The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 1, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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i ain.'.{>aper, must be directed to KDWIKD R GII. NOUS- FAtU"-j -_ Virginia. I-

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NOTICE, emigrating Cherokee Indian, upon priuci plea I ty-Eflh. day or ono thousand eight hundred pushes .foreign credit ad'New York.- -
,0 Or. Muter General's Office Fla. Ma. of aid equity and justice, provided, that in tiling | and "twihs'h APl. of the Pwaident the ,the same degree, the 1 th The most remarkable of is beaded
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Feb 12 1841. ccountingotcerashaIl abw
Tallahas.ee. take United SiatiaUad
ARMSTRONG, lato AM'I Qr. I into consideration the contract of said CUcnanla United Slttet/s Fcribed ofbsin,"in the the Dm. of the trader b the di eounite push theirs: II Virginia Relenting !1"It flourishea opeo

, ROBERT, in the Territoritl'Mrriee, hiring i Bryan ud Company, with th- United Stales, of ef aid act j n(all for ia pnblio eighth section which and be having cr I tempted! to1 1 extend the faith ef the Kcbmood Whig's articles.- I f H

been dischirged therefrom, for malcoDduct, by order tho twenty-ieventh June, eighteen hundred nut! have been head ptent aid lana Of credit to oer. fn eye tin takes The Emancipator that I Virginia fa t.

uf hi. Excelloncy the Governor of Florida, tilpersons have thirty-eight' made and deduct any profits which they may ic since thap.siigofthe act entitled,"An act toreorgaain place th gold a. tu suddenly D notion of ar, friendship wtfb New*
trading under said laal
ferwarncd again mentioned from
are therefore contract 4he General Land Office," passed the thrown into as
with him for any accounts that may be in his pOlo.enion whatever amount may be found due to them undersaid fourth rday o4'J.uIy, one thousand hundredand te COlt pa Yorkaboutamsrealztractiou.ispecislI7wberenotbingis
against the Territory or Florida; such ac- -, contract of June ;twelfth, 'eighteen hundred tir1.li.J which have ben countersigned per currency cral g large balances, eYe C be gained by it. T

counts will neither be recognUed by the under- and thirty-ei ht; and such balance so found. to be b/ recrd.r the General Land Office, or ery where to b paid for-the difernc is, fierce and belligerent dtnooBstntioai in .

lliraed"iSSfS feZSffl'iSi.fiSr M. Law of the Uniled Stales ptustd at the second is'. due, shall be paid out of any moneys iojthe Treasury lher person acting in his stead, instead of being that in one case the money i wer Im. Enquirer were all

non of the Twentyjixth CongreM.Poauc not otherwise appropriated. countersigne ty u Cgmmis-ioner of the Gene al thing abroad; in the other&i nothing. We have forpce..t. ifstitution.

-Feb 13 Approved, Marcb3d 1841. Land Offlca,.. prb in the ac ot the twenty- I In the mean time, this wor gold has ties and the partizans of the slave"- 1
NOTICE. [ No. day hundred and &
15. eight
[ I produced all of
demands John AN ACT f P4TW.IC-NO. 17.] twelve; and all which sotts iln ground when they
pen-on* having any against makirg appropriations for the naval service patent have been uud extvagc chang chng pc
ALL late uf Jefferson county, deceased, for tbo year one thousand eight hundred AN Act making approbations* for the current aud from said General Land Offlce since the passing of speculation, pride, luxur ad are out of

will pleaae render them properly attested within and forty one. contingent expense of the Indian Department, the act entitled,"An act ,rncribing the mode by business ef}life has bcome a gamble. Every ,Th..rnn abut lltA sJanrrnvo thmt b fKjt' M tTtm.

the lime prescribed by law;and those who are any Be eiwcttd by the Senate and Haute Repruen and for Indian fulfilling treaty stipulations with the various which patent fir public land shall be ,ine and body is making bargains, and all, with the want of fidelity to .Southern t.inter" (t.
indebted to the eaid deceased, will make tatittt of tke United Statu of America an Con tribe,, for the year one thousand executedpassed the second day of one I fine
ways great apparently a of io those who in and the
eight hundred and prospect meeting are power, j
to William Budd, Esquire, Monticello assembled That the following sums be appropria. forty-one. thousand eight hundred and thirty.thre and which I
payment bo i is mv authorised agent to settle said Estate ted, in addition to the unexpended balances of for, Be it enacted eg the Senate and Haute of Rtprtrtutativtt have been subscrbed by a secretary duly appoint. engagements. But the currency is going off imperious necessity of turning out those uo t

HENRY WOMBLE, AdmV., mer appropriations, out of any unappropriatedmoney of tAg United States of America in Con. ed, pursuant to tb provisions of said act, with the silently and rapidly, and the whole community faithful sentinels, and putting themselves in j

NOTICE. in the Treasury for the nasal service, for great otiembled. That the following sums be. and printed or name of the President prefixed is saddled with obligations, contracted with their place. That precisely the tcaco. .

who {Live served as Jurors since the I the! year one thousand eight hundred and forty-one they are eight hereby hundred,appropriated and forty for one the, for year the one thousand execution to the personal of 1 signature of such secretary, in the a currency amounting to 150,000,000, which i present .
vii purposiof sum the
THOSX: of Gen. Leigh Reid Marshal of I : palentItwitbtanding have to be redeemed with a The is dominant in the
For of commission, warrant, and officers paying the current expenses of the Indian Department name of the Preadtot may not have been written currency certain. Whig party DOW '
pay .
the Middle District of Florida tho will receive what and seamen, two million& three hundred petty and fulfilling trualy stipulations with the various personally by the secretary, shall be deemed, taken ly less, much less, than the ordinary business State, and the Richmond Whig, the leading I

ii due] them by GEORGE calling at E.Marshals DENNIS office.D. M. thirty five thousand dollars; 'Indian tribes, and continent expenses i to be and held, good ai valid patent in law, and shall of the country would ruir whicb we have organ of that comes out with a very
For of naval paid oat of any money in the Treasury not otherwise bare all the force to from the United estimated at 80 r
Fcb.7.1841. -31 pay superintendent constructors, an efet pass miIn. this too, witb concilatory article on the controversy with t
and all tho civil establishments the appropriated.For Slate to the patentee or named in all confidence
at several ,
yards patentee destroyed between man and New York, advising in fact nothing; is to
Notice.THE forty thousand dollars current and con ingeot expenses of the such ptcnl ) their heirs; executor, tat .
subscriber would inform all! those indebted ; Indian Department, vix reptivly. man be it and
For provisions, five hundred thousand dollars ; ; ad.ini.tfatof n., the lands described gained by a i some danger
. him, either by notes, account, or assump- For increaso, repair, armament and equipment For the pay of the Superintendent of Indian therein, as though, in each and all the respects before Follow this process step by step, and it will I that Virginia will hurt herself more than any J

sit, that he will receive payment for the same, if of the navy, and wear and tear of vessels in commission Afftirs at SI. Louis, and the several Indian agents, enumerated, the patent, in their form and be seen that such is certainly and inevitably body else, it better to let the matter rest '
made forth with,and allow five per cent premiumon as provided by the acts of June thirtieth, eighteen I i a
manner execution had
conformed the
two million. of dollars four hundred to requirement the of and
; progress things it will continue it is. The
; to Whig { '*
hundred and ,
bills of the Un'un Bank of Florida or Southern thousand dollars of which thirty fourand of March third, eigh of law. says very sensibly ]
Life Insurance and Trust Company. After the in building and equipping war sum steamers shall be of expended medium teen hundred and thirty seven, sixteen thousand dec. 2. And be ifurtktr Thai from and b so, unli a kind providence shall change the [Here follows the article from ti e Rich. :M

10th of April next, all his claim. will be placed, size five hundred dollars ; after the passing cf this act e1, i be tha duty of nature man, and give him a great deal more mond Whig.] -

for collectiofl, the hands cf an attorney, who For medicines and surgical instruments, hospital .1 of For tho pay of .ub-aentl authorised by the act the recorder of tko Genera! Llnd sh,1 OCce, in addi reason and judgment than he has now. And then comes the comments of the

will l be authorised to receiro said bills at the same stores, and other expenses oil account of tho sick, 'thirteen Juno thirtieth thousand, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, lion to iHe duties now required of him by law, to Some persons may say, if these conse. i Emancipator the following strain : |
ratef,until the return day. thousand dollars dollar ; counlersif n all : issued from said office instead i
thirty : ; pa'.enti result from
For the quences an over abundance of the There of seJ-
ALEX. FORMY DUVAL For improvement and necessary repairs of the pay of interpreters, as autBor'uod by the of the same by the Com i mingling liberality: l.d ,i
March 26, I8
NEW BOOK AND STATIONARY five thousand dollars ; the For the purchase of provisions for Indians at act entitled, "' An act for the establishment of a is the former superior to the latter? al strongly bespeaks Us slave. .

ESTABLISHMENT. For impiovemenl and necessary repairs of the distribution of annuities while on visits of business General Land Office in the department of theTroasury. In this-that thii sudden influx of the precious holding origin. The concession that N L
nary yard at Charlestown, Massachusetts, forty with the suprint.ndent and agentan.whenassembled ." passed the twenty fifth day of April metals IW
can take York Governor
scarcely ever place in and her have as much right fto f'
subfcriber received
just a FULL1 two thousand two hundred dollars on btne.elevn eight one thousand eight hundred and twelve.
THE of Books, Stationary, Ac., ; hundred dollars any country. The history of the world gives construe the Constitution Virginia and
For !inr.>ri>*am nl and nrrpuiirv. ren>ir> of the ; Approved, March 3,1841, a j
confuting of- at ------c--n------- For the Necessary building at the but few instances of it. There is. however her Governoris,-is remarkable exhibition of *
navy yard Brooklyn, New York., seventy-eight required seve- : I *. ii 11))
BLANK BOOKS: Ihousand eight hundred dollars ; ra agencies, and repairs .thereof two thousand [PULc-No. 19 ] but one very striking instance t which we liberality ; and' the admission that we have; / }ff jljl
Medium, Demi ,Cap-Ledger., Journal, DayBooks For improvement and necessary repairs of the dollar; AN ACT to amend the act entitled, t An act will refer. also adhere .
Invoice Book Record, Receipt Books i navy, yard at Philadelphia.; Pennsylvania, nine For postage, rents, stationary fuel for office. amnnd the act approved May thirteenth eighteen t. In 1729 when te same right to tenaciously t. tour 1 li I
Booki Bill B. oka and and Shah at the head oftbe has been made
Bank Book,Note > -payable ] thousand dollars! ; other conlingorieicn of the InJial Department hundred, entitled .An act to amend an act cnacUn never before \
receivable,Memoflndum Books &c., &c.SCHOOL I For improvement and necetaarrepair* of the and for transportation and incidental expensesthirlynix entitled "An act to e'tatl.b the judicial courts Persian and Afghar tribes, invaded Hin by s1aehofder., within our knowledge. We p

BOOKS: navy yard at Washington, District of Columbia, thousand five hundred dollars ; of the United dostan, he levied a most enormous tribute set it down in print, with) great significance ;
Angell's School Classics, series Nos. 1 to 6,Smith's I eleven thousand dollars ; For the salary of one clerk in the office of the Bt it enacted I.iy tke Senate and Huute of Rte- the Mogul Empire, and then, in O as a turning point in dispute.
Arithmetic and Grammar, Woodbridge's Grogra For Superintendent Indian Affairs south oflho Missouri United consequence th Slaver
improvement aud repair of the lentalivetoftfie Statet of America in Congress of riot in the
necessary a of
phy anJ Alias Willard's Geography and Alias! river, one thousand dollars ; assembled Thai Dech. in which to give way. i shamed l. *
navy yard at Gosport, Virginia, forty nine thousand seining contained in the act enti bg.
Olne,'. Geoprip by and Atlas, Walker's Dirtionary dollars ; For carrying into effect the ,stipulations of certain tIed*'An act to amend the act approved May thirteenth some of his troops were ki plundered her old and long-njoye strong. '

Playfair's E At'lad,Day's Algebra, Valpy Greek For improvements and necessary pairs of th r (Indian treaties, and the law. connected therewith eighteen hundred entitled "An act to amend I,the city, then the richest the work! The hold-the exclusive supporters i .

. Grammar; Jacob's Gicek Grammar. Jacob's Greek navy yard near Pens*,cola, Florida, twenty thousand viz ; __ __ an act entitled 'AI act to establish the ludicial l I gold, silver and precious stones, which Nader to construe the Constitution. Let it r e.mernbered. '
Jlr.der.dam'. Latin Grlmmar. otilJnal' Spelling dollars ; For the Christian Indians, four hundred dollar court of the United State," passed twentieth; and the I b
Book, Elementary Spelling Bock, Copy Books, } the Chippewas of the t himslf army colecte was proigi. t
For defraying the expenses that may acciue, for 'o Mississippi, thirtyfivethousand July, eighteen huncred and forty, be deemedor whole of I
2>l.lei, Pencil, Cjpherinjr B'oks, fte fa the following purposes, viz: For the fniulil aid dollars ; taken to apply li the courts of the United Status was conveyed to The challenge in one sentence, of great

:STATIONARY : reimportation of materials and store.>f very le- For the Chippewas of Saginaw, five thousand holden, or t be ho\en' in and for the districts of Persia, and there distributed in the mode and credit to Virginia for magnanimity in drop. |

HuJ.ou's, DnllerV, Amca' and Hubbard'a bet.1Writing ccriptmn ; for wharfage and dockage, tlorajo and eight hundred dollars ; Pennsylvania, ;jurors in said districts shall beelece manner in which such accumulation are always !. ping the controverylok rather queer along. \
and Letter Paper ; Envelope Drawing rand ; travelling cxpen.es; of officers, and lianpor- For thu Cnipi; ewas, Mcnomonee, Wlnneha- returned and ernpannelled, I if the said distributed. side of that
Wrapping Paper; Folio Pust, Commercial and New York Indians, five been te place, by push. ,
t ; of goes one thtulnd not
ton house The
seamen rent to when parsed.
; duly ac
Post and other de. pursers hundred consequences were fatal to the ing the matter, Virginia would hurt .
Post Dud Packet Paper, every 'IU''1orj"ed ; for funeral for commission, dollar ; Sec. 2. ,1nd bet further enacted That this act prosperity herl
crijition of Blank Paper; Maynard & Noyes', I I.r in'e',: office I rent, stationary expenses! ;, and foci I to For the Ciiippi\\8 Oils was,and Poltawatomien,. rhall continue in fo'ce ono year and no longer. of Persia. For a time, every thing; more than she would hurt New Yerk. '

\V !kJeir", Reeves & Kent's Bl.ck! Inks; agtu s ; :for premiums end incidental expenses navy of ihiriy-four thousand two hundred and ninety dollar .; Approved, Marc 3d, 1841. was happy, flourishing and prosperous; but a L ever, we hardly ought to take notc of such

Blue' Ink, in pints anJ quarts; \ Stenm"1 rcuu.tUlIl ; for apprehending deicnenfor; compensation ; few years, and the scene changed, and ruin L a little thing. Any bow, means to t
Kent's Ked Ink: German Copying Ink ; Fur the Clu.ctawi?, thousand nine bun.;
; lo judges advocate for diem allowance forty-nine [Pnuc-No '] and desolation] r
; per Luxury, idleness stop where she is. That is And the
,, plain.
LUlelklitaudt' Wafer cUp! Pauncc and! | ounce lo cuuris-marlial and dred and' filly dollar; I AN ACT to abobh the port of delivery and the flowe.
boxva, File Pre..es, Black Sand Wafer of all c-o.: i inquiry persons; or attending other; aulltorit-e i court' ol For the Creeks, sixty-three thousand nine hun- office of Surveyor of the Customs CurriluckInlet extravagance, a plenty of money, was I way it is to be done is also beginning t b J
IIC'vices bylaw l h.r
ION o1/1d lilzrll, Sealing Wax ; Plir.cc1hul., VII:. printing ond of dt scription;,and I died ar.d lorty dollars ; in North C-i lina. a .followed by ruin,desolation, insurrection, and I developed. The Madisonian, of Jan. '
torn, and Common t'leel Pens ; Letter :UinpPcnkuitci -, Chickasaw.- thousand dollar; Be it by Senate and a scarcity. Better would it have been the of '
lor working the !Ii i h'igrapliic prisr-; for books, tate t Boa Rtu for says Commte the Virginia j
Dcbh) knives, India Rubber, &.C., &.c. maps For the Cherokee, seven ihontand six hundred la&e,of btatct of America : Persia, if not of the Lg 't'4
charts rr.ulijuniatnal I and nautical irn-tiuimntf, j c U a ounce gold and L ture who subject in charge, t I
and th
ALSO forty dollars; of office
and the
Blank' Bill I'jper, Bills. Lading, Notes of hand. Excnaice chionoiu.lers chase and models of fire and drawings and ; for the pur. I For tne Delaware, ten thousand three hundred 41um6l&Surveyor Ta of Custom port delivery Currituck Inlet, in N. precious stones had over crse the Indies. solved not to report unla they s what has f.i,j

Draft, Music Paper, Blotting I'tptr, Playing the of icpur engines in machinery for; for I and forty-four dollars; I?&i All no., HA.. 8fd -thA- _._nrtA un a-..r*- I.rr.h, ._hotiihd_. .___. What gives prosperity, perency. bn done bv the- T lture or Ne. v_ ._ '
repair steam engines the
Cards, 1 Ritchie's patent Copying' Prebs with und maintenance of oxen navy and yards horse; andf"r I I Ipurchuiie I I i For the Florida Indians, nine ihcusand six hundred and that all laws conflict with this act. be. and.1. stability, fixedness of that which, a money, Tat will be a I long time:probably at Lai. -I

apparatus cuaipiele. l" carts, timber wheels, and workmen's, tools of j 1; and ten daU. ;iI the same are hereby repealed. performs the functions of a measure, in the ter -ie. never. New York
For tho Ion as, seven Ihousand hundred and Approved ManhSd 1841. .
I eight transference
The Book Bindery tery description; fur I oatage of letters on public seventy-five dollars; of property. This i not to b nothing t ay or dQ, and no occasion t say 1 i
tervue ; for pilotage and lowing ships of war; fur For found in a paper currency, and even that she will da nothing. It is
tho five An abundance a
Kiiksjioos, thousand five hundred of makes the pity
Ii also l continued, where all kind. of work can ba t aics and ns-esniients on public property ; for u..iatam. Money People in
done as expediliou.ly as heretofore. Blauk Work s .. rrndrred vesseU; &in ditrou | fur iocidcn- dollars ; II.! I a paper currency, constructed .a our b. the Joura of Commerce baa tat its labor, ;

of til descriptions, made to order,and ruled to any : lal! labor tl navy yard*,ao applicable to any other doll For the Kaa&.kiu and Peerias, three thousand We per.-NO. this was not' Experience tells us, that this abundance, and but things will happen."

pillern vuiuble fur Banks, Public Offices, Mer. : appropriation ; fur coal ana oilier luel, and tor can. For a,the: Kan mo, six thousand and dollars: i !rue, where this abundance was of pnper mo. subsequent scarcity, may occur a any time; Comment (upon all this from the Emancipator .
h.nls and others. Deed, Record and Docket I die and oil for the use of yards and shore forty ; and that it has occurred
Book*, and ail olhtr Blank Book, can be obtained I station, and fur no other ol-ject navy or purpose wlulcver For the Minnies, fifty-two thousand eight hundred ., ney. Is i true, when said of gold and silvoit with more or less at irregular pero ) unnecessary. But we shall icon
and dollars extent, ever since bee who it is. that best understands the
at ihort notice, rued and bound in any Uyle reI I fuur hundred and fitly Ihoiissnd dolars! seventy-eight ; I is not I true. sys- char.
qunud: and warranted Northern ; For the Eel Rivers, one thuu.nr one hundreddollars torn ha been fastened on the and acter of Virginia and of the while Bellth-
; ccjual to or any Fur contingent expenkes for objects not herein A -mall gradual incrf a:e, in proportion to countr ,_
other manuHiCLurr. Particular attention paid to befuiu enuwersttd, three thousand dollars; For the; Mtnoni'-nee, thousand the increased industry nnd increased profits that i is getting f It does improve! "The Emancipator" or ourselves._ Hare ;J
reminding old Book-. New.papersSIagazne; I am. Fur necessary repairs of the hospital building at ih'rtjf-onu eighthundred That i sign. While the we really reached the in the
Mu-'c Cook- and thirty ; of a country, i is a sign of its prosperity rather alarming people turning point |1dispute 1-
phlcts dolar.
4in ornamental
plain or Cbarleelowr', Massachusetts, one thousand fiveundred "
binding, or to .ratth "aUern.. tTallahassee. dollais; For the Omahas,one four hundred and I, than a cause of it. It does not so much pm.du'e of getting bter t understand the work Do we reallly "tegyr to giveway" !
The subscriber, thankful forty dollars ; ing tbe system, works worse and in the vindication of our most essen-
for the patronage he For neceksary sepairs of the hospital building at prosperity, a it shows a prosperous wore. i
baa heretofore received strict For the Otiowas and Chippewa ixly-lwe thousand Those inferested in its thus working badly by tial rights ? Are we indeed "scared from
hopes, by a attention I Brooklyn, New York, three thousand dollars : state of the community. It shows that the
to his business,to meet a continuance of the same. Fur aectscary icpairs of the hospital building at I For three the Otioc.hundred and and sixty-five, five dollars thousand; six labor of the community is well rewarded. corruption, and the indirect influences of the our strof'g.holda"-driven off by the heresies

.Oct 3.1840 P. A. HAYWARD.10 J Norfolk, Virginia, two thousand dollars ; I hundred and forty 11 iuoure.; While this is a fact, it must not be inferred Money Power, sl continue 1 control the of such politicians as Seward For of the
i.ecemary repairs hopiUl building at For the thousand four hundred legislation of it to we have justice on our side when have '
Pensacola. Forida; one thou.and five bundled dollars Osages ihirty-Jbur that a large quantity of gold and silver,thrown country p"er we
Lands for Sale. ) I the advancement of
and six their
dollars ; own the Constitution basis
into as our -when we have
suddenly a will also slfh interest .
to previou. notice, the Apala- ; I For the Ittawas, four thousand three hundred community, operatebeneficially. at the of
PURSUAN1' expense the rest of the Democracy of the North
Company now offer fur sale and For pay of officer, non-coHitnurioncd officers, dollar I does the reverse. t cunt. to stand by us

entry the l following' Pine Lands in Leon County. musicians,, (privates, and vctvanls serving oa shore, For the; Pottawalornie, twenty-thousand Iwo Let us suppose that, in a community like Northern -and when the whole South musj become t
In Town South-Range 1 EaU, sections 7, 16, and subsistence of officers of the marine corps,ono WaUffgery. united in the of f
hundred dollar; that of the United States, a sudden increaseof We support or common rights
18, 19,23, 25. 26,34.35, 36-and fractions unsold hundred and seventy-nix thousand tune hundred For the pou.watomie of Huron, four hundred the I 'altour readers to know what North and common principles T-Rich, Eny. 'I'
in sections 5. 6, 8, 9. JO, 14, 15, 17 and 24. and twenty-seven dollars ; dollars ; currency, supposed to be of gold and era Whiggery is. To enable them to do this,

In Town 3 Siuthrange 1 East-sections 1, 2,4, For provisions for the noil-commissioned officers, For the [Polttwatomic* of the Prairie, sixteen; silver, should take place from 80 millions, as i we the Resolutions A RICH count of Toledo had t
5, 8, 1 II, 12, 13, 14,15, 22, 23, 24, and fractions of 3 musicians privates, and servants and watheiwo thousand dollar ; it was in 1830, to 150 millions. money publish introduced by Mr. a son, who :
and 10. men erv.ng on shore, forty-five thousand and fifty I For in. Pollawalomies of the Wabash, twenty from the nature of things, would Thi into the Calhoun, i the Senate of the United States. having killed a man in a duel sought tefoge '
Iu Town 2 South, range 2 Eut-eectiona 30 and iwur dollar; thousand dollars rai We readers read in the cathedral, while his father went to .
; hands of a few thousand who beg our them. Is there ,
31IInd fractions of 19, 29 and 32. For clothing, forty-three thousand aix hundredand Fur the Pollawalomies of Indiana, seventeen individua I t Madrid to petition tbo King for his
In Town 3 Suuth, range 2 East-sections 6,7, sixty-two dollars ; thousand dollars ; would, of course, use it in te purchase of i any thing in them not in conformity with the "No !i" said the King pardon.
'qvien matoda
aa :
and fractions of 5, C, 18 and 29. For fuel, sixteen U'OUIIDlltwO: hundred and se For the Pi.lke.haw., eight hundred dollars ; 1 I property. The_price of property would, necessanly law of nations, or inconsistent with. right and uno es precise siobra l"-He *
In Town I South,range 1 West-sections 2!, 30 .ty-four dollars ; For the nine thousand six hundred dollars i retemblo and dependent on the --0--- ---I yue :'who, has 41
31,32;33,34 and fractions of 19, 20, 27,28, 35 and For keeping barracks in repair and for rent of ; Pawnees amount of b then circulation. !justice ? Surely not-and yet, on the pas.' killed a man must die.] The count continued .

**. temporary barracks, at New York, six thousand For the Quapaws, four tbou.anc six hundredand thing would money, of i, be settled Ever sage of those resolutions in the Senate, i to petition, and the King to refuse, till
The whole of Town 2 South, range 1 West except I dollarsFor ; sixty dollars; as Whig Senator but fled e at length the King said, wishing'to rid
one, Senate get of
chamber I Ii
of fixed that
Motions 25,26,35 tad 36. i transportation officers, For the Six Nation of New York, four ihou- regulated by amount of the him-"When make bell ,. t. f
At$1.25 to f 1.50 per acre in current bills of the officers, musicians, and privates, and expenses of sand five hundred : greut measure of value. I Tes on the passage of those resolu- you a at Toledo'that 11 li\

Territory. recruiting, eight thousand dollars ; For the dolal York, six thousand I These individuals, having this extra quan. lions, they all fled. And more than that-the I can bear" at Madrid, I will pardon the 3 I j]j
I For medicines, instrument Now Toledo
These Lands offer advantages for pasture hospital supplies surgical I young man. is sixty miles '
range dollars
of matron and four ; i tity of specie money, would purchase up colleague of Mr. Calhoun- .the other '
cultivation and superior Timber. I *, pay hospital stewards For the Sioux of the Mississippi forty thousand Senator i from Madrid. The count went home and
Cash will be thousand one hundred and forty dollars; large amounts of property at the then price from South
payments for half sections Carolina-he
required five hundred and ten dollars ; : whose constituents I some time after._as the King was sitting in
aad smaller fractions of sections. All purchasers For military stores, pay of armorern, keepingarms For the and Sanlie Sioux one thousand .The influx of jnoney would soon begin
YIK"ton t were most his palace at window
particularly interested an be
over these may be made on the usual terms of th* in repair, accoutrements! ordnance stores, three hundred and forty dollar ; The demand for articles of in it, as open heard a 1: i

Company;Unit is, 1-4 thin cash,and I,2 too 3 years flags, drums fifes, and other instruments, two thousand For the Sac and Foxes tho Missouri seven consumption raispr.ie.woujd' be suddenly increased-* their property was involved-he too, was distant toll, "Ydgame IHoiu!"-God helpme :
fur payment ufthe other 3-iths I three hundred dollars ; hundred o dollar found It I" he cried, "that's the bell of ToedoltPand !
thousand due
eight f missing. him
seventy and would rise to however
jn For tony
thing -
Lands in Gtdsden and Leon,suitable exclusively For contingent expenses of said corps, viz: for For the Sac and Foxes of In. Mississippi;, (01tyI every price. i I so I the young count obtained his pardon. y
for CIIILia.tioa..iIl also be sold aa uau&1on application freight, ferriage, toll, wharfage, and cartage; for I eight thousand five hundred and forty dollars ; tunes would be made by the rise of prices- that he attributes his absence to ac.

to John Caruochan, Esq. at Apalachicola or i per diem allowance for attending courU-martial. I Fur the SbawnH seven thousand one hundredand speculation of all_kinds woul b stimulated to eident! Well it may b so. The London Times says, that a British ".'
the Subscriber and settlers will be preferred to the and courU of inquiry, compenvation to judgesadvocate eighty dollars ; the utmost. The wouldrush
predate of their settlements provided they make house rent where there are no public quar- For the Senecas and Shawnee., two thousand into community time. M. Cdhn'. Resolutions. squadron often sail of the line, bad been ordered
making bargains
on Credit
fir arrangements within a suitable time. I l.rs assigned, per diem allowance to enli.ted men dollars I RIM Ta a ship or vessel in the to the American To
and sixty ; eoa t. be herd
former purchasers from the Company who are on constnl labor, expenses of burying deceased For the two thousand six hundred and woul b pushed to the utmost, for the flush :high peace, engaged in a law. )

IB arrears with their payments, aro respectfully re.I marine, printing, stationary, forage, postage on ,inw Senec..: money would Hake it seem that any and l vnvatm.a u. areordirur the law nf n*. over us, we suppose as a rod, to whip.us into .

****!*! to settle with the Subscriber. *r with Mr. publio letters, expenses in pursuit deserters,candles ---for-Ihe Wyandots, six thousand eight hundred every body could b tru.te. Credit andconfidence under the exclusive t j jurisdiction of- the a surrender ol part of Maine. Great. Britain ,
Carnochan and oil straw, barrack-furnilure. bed o
during the aeasoo.J.. B. BROWN, spades axes, shovels, picks, carpenter's lo.U, and and For forty the dol.,. ;three thousand d allan* ; would overspread te land-...and Sate t which her flag blo u much so, seems disposed lo,take the very.course her .

Agent Apalacbteola Land Company. (or keeping a horse for th. messenger, seventeen For the We.WyandoU, Munaees, and Datawares, halcyon days arrive; luxury and extravagance u i consti'uting a pu it own dmin."Rm worst enemies would wish her to take' Such

1 Office at Mr.E.Barnard's,Tallahusee.J thousand nine bundred and eighty dollars; one thousand dolan ; spread far and wide-and a spirit of gam if such ship or vessel a measure is but calculated! to obstruct a set. '

4 22 For the Lieutenant purpose of If making unter', a invention satisfaslory exptrineiitof propel. For the Winnebagoes,ninety-two thousand eight bling speculation enters into all the bJ;. by stress of weather,"or otherunavoidable tlement of the dispute. v I
of life.
FORTY DOLLARS REWARD War Steamers by horizontal wheel. that will be hundred'and sixly dollar pursuits, cause, into the port of a friendly

WILL be given for apprebndinf Negroes safe from ihe ball of an nemy, one thousand dollars Sec. 2. An k i further be appropriated tnocttd, That for the the following The high prices of every article of con :povsr, she would, under the same laws, Gen. GAIMKS is to have the Chief Com" .
aad sum money par I J
CMB ,or faojoo f o,either luic ran ret them from ; posrjof extinguishiujr the Indian title, namely ; ampton. stimulates t be importation of,' opoe of the rb appertaining to her 0 mend in Flonds. f
away I For defraying expense of transporting to the dollar the of largp quantities of foreign productions; they high seas the
abt he Urt of October Three thousand lo defray ; bt contrary, she and her
and had
Dl.Obe ctb. ,a pair of blue broadcloth; panlalooiu on, city of Washington and arranging and preserving. holding a treaty witb the Wyandol upn'el. te find a ready sale; the retail country merchantgets cargo, and persona on with their HAJC &L.-Uandel was a tremendous :
aD Ihe collections made by the exploring expedition, Slate of Ohio credit aC the merchant b. pro glutton. Among other stories .
8 Dao" .001. jacket; i. ubauc feat fire thousand dollar.. \ a large importing ; party, and all the belonging their told of bin,
or 8 inches hie'; speaks quick who spoken to ; March 311841. Five thousand dollar to dtfray tb. upnl.of the importer get7 credit abroad; the planter 'personal as t it i is whenever he denied alone at a tavern
much Approved, rlaion. tao laws
lh Indian tribe by
very with ,
.Iac 4, & 4g or 60 old. holding traaliea 8. and farmer at retail.A etbhe he always ordered dinner for -.
years easily1 get* a of the which three and
Clara h. wif.,, letL tingiiihmsntaf their titlestotheir land within crt t St to belong, on
my hoa. about three wceki -.--. .ko ..utu. U., k. wal b receiving inhia.niu.in.
kfore I. of a dart1100 low stature [PUJuo-No 1O.JAN the limit or tnt Bill 01 MIGIII; .nl.1,1 H -- Wwi Dlace undfp thA nrtAifn _.:. aniwar -..- ",.. -aM- .._
ku the appearance CJf being crIppled when abs ACT making an appropriation (ot the tempo Five tlioasaud dolal defray the upa.of : purchase i to ; uI his prd bis vaty. of nations, extend ;; ,the unfortunate under tinner ready7 "A* soon as tb!.company

-ali.;.ud when she ran 0 .let d, From hi. and defray Uw of removingand Sioux o for their titj*, cirmD .
threats to expense and
sead time r tb & one who 44 the gompauy, pring ,de dinner .
IOlftl }
E up *
That the .
back "i hi brig i
I I. apprehensive they subsisting the Swan Creek and Black River UM ; t 1
Ire makin tuprwbic
Way back to $ertb Carolina thw- Indiana of Michigan. teir lane i Tew m. 'the treaty or twenty la the, t. t money i going offsilently was for n.'oib1' y,1 'Exchanging Wee-In New HTIp &ire

Dec. It to tf. R. H. CROWELL. Be iI enacted fry Iht Stnott and Home of Riprettn.taltftt eighth Novtniber.eirbteeH hDdr and forty, tit but ,. '1 goes to pay for the it ror Hamit o weaer en recently two men swapped their wives,:with

of! tke United Motet of America in CmgrtttttuwMed the Mramie, and .f uetnt t foreign production*imported and consumedtod lawful oo BmInd wbie the consent of the latter. In a short time
fAT PRITATE SALEl ., That the sum ot twenly-lwo Ibouaaad am.ndmsntaOf by it* resolution of the it will continue to until there hi.Crm 0, '
Saat after
4 LIKELY NEGRO WOMAN,about dollar be out of ia the l. ani) forty g rm of the Union ,to .c witbi this arrangement ooe :of the weaearfsH oJ'
appropriated any money tweniy-filh hud
oM. Md her boy 3 arg old. Tb. wonSa Fo"rU. in country j just specie r embraced the b with a she
a, y l Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the temporary one, fire tboa.nd ;". t te principles n. person gtftra'ibaa
** rate Cook Walw end IlOftertao.. support or certain destitute Kickapoo Indiana Approved, March 3, 1541. ., ort and currency,require, t that the her own husband, .And believing tlit:it w/afc
worthy, and oflirtd for sale for no fauk and that ibon clerks specially charged with (f.rte prPC of,the industry of the c a/the negroes O board,t now her tarn' to exercise the .g&sitqf' rijfctef

WtttbUofliee.27tf __ the toro buainow put of the of Chickasaw lb. CbickaMW fond*to,such paid HOW M hereto u 1bPresident (Ppuool8 patents.B. tr1' Tt. the. euppeeJUoo, bu bn 8 ties of the Island, w a b.a Juth i t ] and"free'trade," she quit "her bed.asd board' ., '
L highir runaway-with her
Dollar Reward. of the United 8taU*shall authorise.SM. 1 ear ,..f tl.o n. paraaoasvf
-1 unj
flu Rtfruen.ttttmtf This, least will be the that willultwtUly o
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And d i they) '
2. tt -
LEN ( rtlur .mocfcrf That UM il" a a .
? TUUhaawe t
rom OB the 19th alt proMr c Aad
B a of 4wum, Congress sW aaoifciv .
but in th of A. M. .
sties :Cftr
Dub } di
aocooatipg of the 1 .
Bay M. Mule,to 'lowordtr. and ma- Treasury Dtpartmtnt all palest forjJubJio land, which rm po n .padso. :
7rntks0 U,tad UM/ art hereby directed to adjust and MIChe side ce ot ntrteacy, we Tie' ."rk .. '
w&gggeaybo ber. Any infor- from Ujt Qeneral Office t r"t*">*f<_**t fPf
.vtt1IIg: w..m 1. kalJy'receie; !%.tfcji accounts United oT Cltmoou. Bryan tail Company .I lore have ID'e* the art. ,entitled Ld lot t I foreign oyertradfegthtt: baa taken place, that P A klnffof teI1o hi.lov.fcr smg.d LniI Short"brr o 1 it fiahusoroy*;rtpofjed, to'b4 |R;. I

'. &rd wW be jives oo b.r deli, MMrMUbtTt| been Bute madt, arising tht nnder. contract the ..tsblssbIttt.of a General Uad OSce in U: invariably, and lresl4ydoss C place. .aikwoafataktra.rdwtJa' tato'vta, Uktlweuid dulorny.v) :; $ -t cMo.: !Ntherjwef :
''' eot tie ,TrecAtry..rueed .tb. & The isJporttJi'fadinf hiti lato. dot* of left- .' fg.witbgai U, 1841;, ttfhuea, "drad tad Uiirty-erght, for tubUtinf, ; t ,,*' *}? lo *i pam f ,
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ii i +Yrd.&tRSFTRcaI jlQrA tofpre clamorous( a B ok ,and a IdisiribuyQa c&Bli 'bank. The
t.L > ap.cfe 'pointcfthe. : j tjlatthe citriiemrnt i in
rtiiiof'l "NtlI4 : jO1JDIAN.TALA1USgF. sale of thei I"I"'v., PIhladeIpb,. j.
*** f* i ollie e tb pro o. d a ptyfejiractionary br,whose agency he j{becoming itO-.rhttbatl.ahourd.oot
I moF left Lmsrpool .on" th*.19i. 1r1ich, arid I FLOLUDAkr'IaJ ; public )"d.. /J t : "' T [-ehargea'-Che misapplication to have been ef-:Cprised if Mr. Biddle; had to leave the be IUr.,
&iywd at Boanoi rt nwnfaf .t.taclo t -t JDWAtbt. I: iJo far as the President is 'conceined, tmay a to Mir } .""r It 'ount'1
; ) edneadr.jr, lJJsdN J ITOR. ;f& ted 0 t t-hougb to is blunted perception tapprursthai the iffin-rs of t1M bnk
Mouticel. lt
It u.-u- Tgage t>ccupyinjre gh* b. co.n.iie-.d IS certain, ,hth'wi 11' aJDgf.a l1temet at it may seem ot/.erwise, the imputat.on of>>. was juppqsed, all J been largelv indebted

tD dayiirn, : SliG eo Di ."Y6tt Saturday;, Mar f 1841 DL' e any bnkin! aachine t"j* ; rfer ,all'1cit of'Motc eing accessory to sucli an act, is, to au hon il! )('.JaUaf'J W.Yd 'i o.-WO.; t t.
4 rough weather. The Atadia left Liverpool l ![ fcct to the powers of the Government that i ; r'e '. t Cut. orable man, as serious and offensive as that .f. wenl BngJan Hr. Cowph,51 when .

with 7& passengers ;, 2& were landed and 8 'DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, : )ll bc;.agreed on by ,Congrwi; _,Buti.in the -SJ5!; 1vl" 8d Mr..GIWI, oJ tat place, par. being principal to'fts'j mmi.ion. 000. S, ,Andrew 426i30. In :b&t. ,

taken: ou board a} Halifax ; the number DJ\Vr LVY./ f ')srnre of any r&'omninjiiot of.ii specific .arl' __. I j The first notice of the charge which met hiy dperatlons of 188T tbVprdfti was 'ece. :
br uga'% 'to thu i 6$. ,She ., "Lioine, i-xcept what milY\cOirift tKgj bicfiVw Benl1 _
p9f, LhrefurCWaS.: I. '' '._,' from JI; a be Currency. eye,- and I believe it' was the first which appeared s paid.to & lulDpfue1'-i1t
t brought113 mail bags, containing about 11OQo I I ,'rf't, r),it 1 the 'rra.ry,: "re In I .e Ih.. What a ;glorious currency our State is now was promptly replied 'lo by a letter: 1838 she Dett Lots wee 3J.OO, .t
-II wish: dp tint wennnonnce ofliici
letters: is reg-el "eIre' of any i.xi.cuiuive, liltucu'C,1n ils ftlp'j r Mested with.! Only think, reader. We have addressed to the editor of the News and, with Mr. fiddle had I, J. Cope ibw.ite f.
The steamship Columbia hence 3d ult., 8r. 'he.-! d'-ath' "f General Leigh Read H1" wa.HUM'M : port it i i. .not vt'r pribuLs1e .hat, Znnitressi., money >u par value-at 2 per c"tfnt, 4 per cent' a gratifying liberality atfpromptly' published,So Wildee, (I.'r 'I"ho.: D.II.tap,)i t.8.y aid:

rived at Live/pool, on the morning of the r-d in the Mm-is; it, our. city, mi MOIL ; wuMbc..uble t In itrIp; .uP1,, their-lails( of anv '::,6 )per' cent?, 3 per cent, 10 per ct1 (20' pv' by him. The explanation made in that letter -; die paid with Texas bonditftper.'perthwniie J. t

Uttli, in a Imltt' more than eleven days from 11y; mu'-n\l1g\ last by Willit Akfon,'who had banking I !y.hp; rC'-n:-any per'Cent discotznz, hat o pleasi. I! seemed sufficiently satisfactory to the by D. uphine and &! ',_..

Halifax!. The accounts carried put by the jl'f r..t"ll .hitns'-lf. in the. divi'llio; hiiiisc "f first' ', "-iJ :are mel with the practical diffl. What niumt- C.1 any reasonaUe4naui desire Public, so far as could, judgvan& the sub |COlli l Company, Beading Railroad, &c. II

Columbia lessened the excitement prevailrg Mi carl .t ,lliith, :, cititr.rn ol the town, nnd''v.ruh'i.s, ff obtaining (Uf'hI|| confidence and ereclit -]! We have: Banks, too. that do all the business ject hits passed from my"ntteotiorv liH fCDW Jnudpn hay been, paid 300,000 for t.ii'serri..

in fp.Jt1! .on to the detention) of M Leod.Peace a's' General. % Re-ad! pis: ..-dy a few yards.J *oIl'. for a National, Balk, 1.$would onsurpl they can ; and Bunk* thi-t will do no ed by Mr.D wDlDg.' shall not rehease the Ices i in Engr-intT. besides commisMonj and
Tivas consu,ered more certain, :and "'sub-'ciiptioiis I 'rol piivale (>[>Uaistsnt! I honioj\brinel: at all-we mean in thoir legitimate statement I made'at that time 10 relation to it. expenses, and $5000 iou on bid furniture j ia
prices of all securities both English and -I yond ill:* iIo'T' of the lions-, hr stepped out: for .abroad, lo its stock. Without I Ibe. aid of]j s'sphere.! have institutions that: The ready refutation of the charge as well on Breaking up house keeping. An item af

cigf had improved. and deliber itely shoi( him t'ktm; a double I/Goieinm: cf'dit. in sOle ('inn. it,"mph :u1: medium Thtn" aid softtothat pur- the part of Gov. Reid, as of my humble self,' ;618,000 in the shape of the notes of N
Nothing his been said in Parliament in re., harr'lied' gun, lo uletl, with slu and mall:, .rcoul$ not b.- o| iaii'ed The lOne ()flu fund 'isuo' n course ; pursue so far as a collusive conversion of the Tallahassee > Bid gird to the case of McLeod, or the state of pistol 181 llifs. The GCIII'rallivell but a fen ;'ed cdH'flid be the most convenient.' But'/jUt \ lat course they plt lf. Can any .ta Fund is alleged, wilt be found in the or endorsem fly ; .These iwo person serar fc/

the relations between Englaud and this coin Ir I und,:rsland th inaugural correctly, aj tsonable man, we again ask: desire mote ? annexed letter, and beyond its mere publication refused to answer any questions on .the
hour The jury oflrlquc'sl brought in i! ver: bb.
try, riiice tho conversation noticed in our jt resort to a debt in ihe time of peace \hi spe- | Apart from the Banks, we have Brokers ; ,- it i fa unnecessary I should go. This 'pcr. The ('onmittee allow a loss of
paper yesterday. The papers, however; diet of wilful mnrdfr. None doubt 'thai' deprecated; by the Prp-ident; and hei Tihe n'l street gentry in miniature Some !.letter was perfectly accessible to Mr. Down. 000,000, but have given no inaight'into 20 the.

I continued to b filled with swaggering threats tiler were accomplice ill ilif uct whom it is. f recommends( : the ;adoption of such a system Ut' ,e control the BanKs. Yes verily the) ing Washington and leaves him without present condition of the bank, and are direct

against this country, and low abuse of its to be hoped justice and (he law will oveitake. lof revenue and expenditure a! wi enable uc 1 deal with the Banks as they please and shave: excuse for his libel. ed to make a new report on the lubjeer.

$ citizens and institutions. The following. from| Thus h I is perished' i one of$ I the nobles cit i. jlo avoid the ntces.-siy: of a But iherJare I the people 'lo their heart's: content. Who 3 1 i nm left to conjecture for the cause which This is n faint ontline only, of the state of

the Lottdon Herald of the 19lh, (the latest z-rts, of our') onntrv., Brive in the extreme; : nrmy other difficulties V) be met in sni. does nl delight in such state of thing ? ,i, has lcd the Delegate of Florida out ; thing of the kind we have seei: ) may serve filing the detli.of a bank.: The mode of se-j What' nn era is this ?-IVhen, to be shuv-; way to attack a private individual Is it be1 New Bouds.
i as a specimen of the whole :- IIgh miidd.] t"III'r'III" all.IIItIlHlrallei: ; stiiciia {"tiring; an hOle.t t administration: of a hank.s'Htinnt ed by shwrs, first, is nil the go. rokp.rsineJCI :I cause I am opposed to him as a public man? Considerable excitement exists lest

The case of Mr. McLeod] prp-!5cs. It I, the oischaige l of ad l i ih> ,!ulie. of a mm.and the li-n>t of lhes<* lificnllie- Some? and Banks not the last,--Oh, \o, IVc ,I Why. I am sure all of both onrti. ... who knew Call should be prevailed on to endorse GOT

A is tio lime for the slow process of cautious .' a ('ttiZ'n, hHiS 10\" d li, 11104 more iiri |propo lo tak' it nut ff (decontrol of spec,j l shave cne another lh.* last. As far as our'fa-, well how little worthy he is to be the Representative jl onds for the Life and Trust Bank ; bat toorjl ,

I nnd' timid diplomacy when the life ort Bnt.z mt'di.tfri.IIt'i' and tespocted; by. ;all. Am Illinois, Hit business! men-vmthei, of Wall-I:;( information extends, our currency is in suHrla of a high minded and honorable cannot suppose he would Ien] himself to we

ish subject is at slake, nnd asivagu pepul.i U',iiilions, '' s-rve ln< Country he had; on c'vc'rJncett.io" ) street or ,"nul s'ie"t' --and appoint) Dii cc. : healthy 'Itute thai every man i j4 en:ibled now;; People, would- unite with me in his condem. act so discreditable. aa

tina thirst for his blood' though the responsibiUy : ', wnere offered, distingni.hd tory I throiijih the aj em-y of Cmiiire, *. vvliu'j fa-days tn play shaver, it'not Broker It i is,' nation. I have seen little in his private chaI j While the subject is fresh, we would show
of the net, which he is alleged to have opjiortnnity shall be responsible lo Cn! res. But, art,; 1|ri'ully iimusin; t t.. wiine-s upon 'change"}I racier which a gentleman could tolerate, or in one important difference between a Terrifo.
committed rcmnins with the superior' author hirnse'f: by a zeal, energy, bravery "e sure ill it men who deal in politic. :r};I'lflur( exchange; render, is ju-l before our I[ his political course which could recommend rial Bond and a State security. A Stale u"

ities who jmthorise.d it. There is but OIK \lid ibility. His untirne'y' fate, thus cut off less easily tempted I limn thse who deal inj f post officI door) in oui city the "pt'rarillnslrf ')Ii him to ANY party; and certainly I am mistaken governed by the will of the People, and their

mode of proceeding in th'n case, which i. in the pii-ne of life, and in diP midst of hi! cotton, in stocks, CJIl), la; rids, and groi'erien t our y-iing Wall street gentry: E-ulv, in. in the tone of public sentiment in this will is law-a Territory is governed by tbe

worthy[ the ciiirncter and dignity of Great, usefuln"" 5 s, will be deeply felt and deplored Suppose) a bank of dcposi' and issn-, with*
Britain. That mode is to demand pcrempto !lry his nu'iieroTis friends and acquaintances. out the power of borrowing money, be prf-! with a capital of some filteer or twenty to its taste. Between those who differ in) iii all t ings is not law. Mr. Van Buren
I rily the release of the prisoner, and to backs posed. It would answer :the purposed of l a',dollars in hills of the Monroe. Central, DJrifn political creed, there can be difficulty in points Gov. Reid who would endorse ap.
is 1'iss to the and no
I that denvind: with such a demonstration of: a Teritnry our common tiara! agent of the GoVernm-nt; but it i is ob-J[t and every other bank pretty nearly in $extending the respect which sincerity of mo. bonds. General Harrison removes him and,

power as would he likely; to make it effectual. country jected to this plallhat it w I ud! do no good; ;]I(Jeirgia. A poor fellow n>ak ': his appearSance tire and manly consistency of principle doth regardless whether the People of Florida de.

We COIf ,9 I invoUii.g; a gross and most dangerous violation commission of the act, and until on the snc- in s-lockholders., jt I tin specie funds-we sny PlY tin interest not this gentleman in regard to his PRINCI. Now, if Gov. Call should set about endorse

p of the l.iw of nations, argoed like a common 'ceding evening.i I lh.' p"I'I"'trallll'lS" I mu.tiit The Senate \\ i11 stand 27 to 25 on the (principal-that would be IIn unreasonable gPLES of action and the very ungraceful ing bonds; could any one pretend that such

o'inr/ (>f felony: on the low ground of ted to prison, vvvuld exhibit. a 1 }lWI fpt'l ab) trart question of a .uiinal Ba uk. Should :demand in lliese limes. Well he. .start", *turn which brought him into his present atti. endorsement bound (the People of Florida
an alibi. What! nutters it to the authority any one .-f the 27 piove ill.rauicah'c, in re.Jfprohih'yviih: Monroe l Railroad. m'neIH' | tude, must leave bum, I should think, with but who had not one word'to in his
ol law and appointl
It iu'd say
mo1 keiy
I jjisiice. ts
iiot, "
pnd: dijrii,: .vof the Briti 'i Crown, thus outraged j aid to d'-tails=, tht; nieastir-; will In-" l-i.-t; forio(:elsv- l li; shaved out of tint-he has now little claim to the esteem even ol I those he has ent ? Certainly not. Governor Call i is
'however, ;idv.i iic.- the cause, of jus'i1'I e, Inn' Central-that tlc whole- not
there is suite
insulted in the longer' Vice President undergoes joined. in
and person of its subject I 11 any lo give*I this matter the agent of the People o?
: whether McLeod was present at the miht teiaid, it. by furnishing ;r pica that til* i casting voto. The President pro tempore soine process-it is now Hawkin..ville--ano-, I hold him to be a TRUCKLER in politics, Florida ; ho has no power of attorney to sign
burninz of the pirate-vessel, the Caroline or! public l'rt.>s was oed lo pn-judi e the pobli.nind will vote as ;a Scum(or. I s-; little or ioi: ther; fellow has a I lick at it. and it !i. transfoimd treacherous and UNFAITHFUL alike in his their' name-nor will they ever consider them.

_ not ? The charge against him is, that' he! a;xin. t tan arcn ed man, perhaps abotilo chance, t Ilerf'forC, of the. passage of : bank'charter h into Columbus funds smother,-I PUBLIC and PRIVATE relations, a secret slanderer Delves bound by his signature.-[Ezf. St.
- teas there and the insult to (;reat Britain bv 'uied by a jury of Ins countiy.. This at the special st-ssbn. The Sub. and it i is converted i into what is equal t lolBeriton and PUBLIC LIBELLER, and po*.
consists in the American authorities continuing v\ould he \ ron, in itself, sud would), m,'re- Treasury will, however, be repealed, and we:' mint drops. TVe have sat down byf sessed of scarcely honest)' enough to elevate \ know not what are Gov. CaU'lopin.ions .
window and! witnessed the-c
to keep him as a prisoner, and to try bran shall fall hac upon a deposi'e system; mik-l: our every day him above the common SWINDLER; and all
over retard tli; course of ju.-tk'e,; and this. inuse operations) for the last t to months. Some upon this subject, but he has once signed
for his life, notwithstanding the dechrat'o'n of j jour ; specie paying bank, as fiscal'agents / ibis_ / ndready to maintain at the bar of\\
government that the burning of the Car.[ inot MiriU, we do nol l wish; lo do. ; vvberevei they cai; : be found. The.! Innt's fl 1,11'\'c pitied, and sometimes we have! CONSTITUENCY, whenever the oc- bonds for the Life and Trust Company;

olinc was an act done under its own author-} rUE: DELEOATL, AND TliE PENSACOLA n \t'nuf wil I then or paid, indent law enac-; : | hushed at these little distresses of OUMfriends. Ihis: shall demand, Regarding him in such! f he should be called upon to sign m.re we .
ity. The result of the trial has nothing to] % ON D. ed for purpose, either in Treasury notes) Lritteily, however we have begmn' the notice he has been pleased to take! 'do not see how he could well refuse. Thereis

; do; with .the merits of the case, as between? 311jarVard's Press tries make _.ill specie: or in I the notes of banks iiayable" to view them in II i more serious' light ; ;and!101' me, would not have been deemed to de. the law creating the company. 'There is I
ourgoveinment, and that of America. ThatJ to out that*Sand naKl in specie. Tnis \\.1. encourage Hndj we fieqiKtilly, involuntarily: ak ourselves, ill!serve a remark; but the'publicity and seriousness .!|the same obligation of
the election of a I Delegate) to Congress has 3as tins state of u lungs is to be submitted 10 any duty concerning the
ist the
there shnnld be.trial at all i i' the %%wrong and > local banks tf) resum1*, and rmtn. WhiCh, the accident of his station confers signature of bonds if
lothing to do with the of the Peit' ? resumption: of and jlonger! 1 Is tin re any remedy fill it 1 Are! his communications required by the companj
outrage for which Great Brian: ha- a right!. payment rta 1 >prcie pavmenti: I ; will ,upon public has induced .Tbere is a greater want of which
and \' 1 h hank U'we to toil from day; I today, ami! the profits, ofj this money,
Now inlc
todcmiiiid s.itistactioii. Tint the hucan er., the other FAITH Bu DS. 1"roicl l.quiduiinn.DELEG.T ; appeal. D LEVY. 1 i was the pretext for issuing the bonds, and
1 J 1 ibor to -wallowed in this m\nnp11 we
*4'l' sympathisers' of the State of New York we think it has a great deal to do w ith it, and ; our up mudt add, there will be the same obrgatio.1 1
I jonn-ihin b done
) Ll.ECTIO.N Seriously, : must <5 to remo EXECUTIVE I
:Ja\e received the most t direct ; OFFICE 'I allaha.Msee, )
encourage-j in more than We do think f on ofthe of the .
one. not it part
ways The information received" h' ihe evils bad people Territory
from both East < having a ]
consequent upnn 3J \
in their J640.
inent utrageous proceedings in the January; \I whatever that
prudent to give weight, influence and power, and West i is relation -.currency, as uell a < no currency M nil. 11 Sin j. obligation; may be. J
American Congress, is a lamentable fact.Xor .-J quite cheering in to thejl, -According to the provisions of an '
can there be allduubt. that nothing but to those who think that the people of the|Election for [Delegate. Mr. Levy will be had better be without money, tiny t h sorne,'f Act etUilled An Act to provide;; for the cree''I WH shuld1ik., .> kno. upon what prii,. (

the most energetic ronducf, oa! the part of| Territory ought 'lo pay those bonds and by Delected: by a triumphant majority.( Of this* uh as (he S'ate is now hur'hcn'-d: st jib ; : tion of Public!: Buildings in trio Territory of,|ripe' an individual, owni ig It little: property' 1 I
?and !had much better !. without B inks "ior whii' h be h in dbi
our Government can pre>ent the intended];{consequence all the other bonds given to thet, we have no doubt, and we are the cer55'tain ,.th m Itfjlii ;;: Florda.; approved Mi ch :3d, 1S39: I am \to ] probably should beffoi.irr 1I I
I lied
; m'r ; cursed with tho-e who do io; luinessS I to pay I Ijx, while.! numird ilisIl.Uii
Murder I" lUnion lad Life a.d:; Trust Banks, should it ( ,request I that the balance of the ajmroprirttion: ;jgranted ,
: C f.it is t there I nre many Harrison men tliem-clves.H'id will let none,' other do it. r '11!> strall( lie exempt.-Georgia Argus.
I,''so happen that a similar misfortune: comes by that net, aid now i i tKeTriMsiirv]
IRELAND AND W. R. .;Upori them. This influence and power will *.who differed with 31 lr. Lew* ia relation toS llv From the ..t. Augustine Herald f, ot the U. S. be paid to the Tresnuijr: of the 5 I SJIIMIJ; I hue Argm must !he seen lha it II I I

t The noise which certain: persons in Great],as a matter of course be used against the* the merit of the late candidates; for the Pres Doxviiiiig's Attack on ITIr. Levy and "'Territory ot Florida, or horder.:: !(TM-! brenlu9\ \ more or less always and unJer II I

Britain' are making relative to the McLeod] people and in favor of the bond holders and ,:idcncy, and pel haps, also, in some other ini-i the' Iteply. pIn :: Mr. 7'. H. Austin, I lift Treasurer will eu-\,;;.itiHia! all GovernmentThe: rKh I shift tlibiitheiiA .

case, us tending to a war between that country -! may, when the trial comes turn the scale.,SJior points, yet believirg him better calculated ) Col. Dow nine's address to his constilu.?fr' close this letter to *von. if the aunuint' could *; from ihcm9el\es on their less 'li.ound I
and the United States has reached across*I III Again how can Major Ward urge upon r to do bervice to the Terriiory will vote cuts, vvbich ar ivrd here in October, are the ':.be deposited in some specie l'yil'g: bank in;? \ fellow creatures. The uf 1
the Irish Channel. and led to some thoughts,?Congress: if the question should be made\ 1 for him. They may not support him active. following passages : .New York, and be snlj.'Ct: his order! weL ft Athens republic i.
and tl.R expression of those thoughts, in the {'I there, as it most probably will be. that the*,;-.ly-but they will either vote for him, or pos.sibly .' The destinies of Florida, so far ns they would prefer that mode of transf'r to aay! was perhaps the only one of all the ,
Dublin Pilot : 'people of the Territory are not bound to pay* may not vote at all. '1 hey distrust both depend on the will and action of the Federal other. If not--authority to draw for it upon;g.mcient, n-publis j in: which a proper dsposV.iio :: .

War-England versus Ireland.-Thcl[these bonds, if he believes, that they tire jthe; Balk candidates. Executive, are i h! the keeping of Gov. lleid.S[a specie pa' lag bank in Charleston.! So. 4 'a. | ur the burthens of Society: was apporjjiioiKd. II I
time approaches when England must be lauJ??' buund' lie could not do it, without viola. b tj We have Whigneics from Jackson coun. of James D. Westcott, and of David Levy. or New Orleans, La. would be a acceptable. The Money Power always fiuJs I

milialed or just, and I Ireland: may ba free. I Ioc I [ his conscience and sense Af right. \\ ei I;ty, saving, that .L'jvy is doing much mis- Nor wonder vv by it is so. It was effected by I am, sir, very respectfully' ways and means to throw on others a I
E'\gblld m iv declare war, but who will ,tare bound, thprcfCr ', to suppose that as and I chef here." Levy was then in Jackson ex." simple process; it was by pouting ra;ty aridpersonal Yr. o\t.\) st. of the burthen which it L portion ,
war tot EngUnd] ? IrelandMiat? p"J1! ljonest, conscientious man, he will take pJrt:; plaining: matters to the people, and t/t was' slanders ,into willing ears." ROBERT RAYMOND REID The ought to "ai, 1
h100dnd for whal11 and the! thc he was doin1 bank + Governor of Florida people of the United Stated are begiiu
mes, asd: shed our ;against the Territory, in favour' of Imisc/ucf ; : !. ,
>\ hv should! Ireland war against France ?-!f people being; compelled to pay the bunds. I tiles there is .m c/lrJ" when "No application was made to me to obtain Hon. L. WOODBUKY, fling to get It glimpse of this truth-and the I

There is no 1 rili feelisi:q to be gratified: no| The Major is in tins ))OSi'j'ifl that he cun.E rthu iniquities of the system are explained to more m nicy fur the capital at Tallahassee.! ] Secretary of the Treasury* money power is dieadfully aldrmed. It 1

Irish interest: to he promoted, by such a \are;?l not go siguinst; p.incnt; ; of the PensacolaKBands fllio I people. nor have 1 been informed that more was nu"t clothe the public eye in darkness or it

Wlrit has Ireland done to France, o; Franc 1! \vitbout :11 ls o going ngitintt the pay)3 A. Gross Deception attempted on the 'wanting.' I confess that 1 should not be \'cry Endorsed thus Tre.is'y Dept.. 3d Mar ill ee4siill further and dearer. Hence the

to Ireland, that we should shed each other's)meat of the Union, Bank IJonds: -the bondsj People. ''active now. The limes are changed. If 40.-ltl't'cr'd to the Auditor, who will pleaseto Hard Cider : n of the Usl
blood t France: invades I Irclai.d--well, where! of his own pet. favorite; and gid son, and if? we could trust one Governor; it does not fol. state an account in lavor of the Treasurerof campl ; year.
We informed that
tire on authority we Hencr the
in her complicated embarrassments will Ellg. you do that Major l they will double you ca'I.1 l lV that tee can trust another. It is said in ( the Terr'y for $ ,ooa, as by decision of thousand falsehoods! of the whig
land fid troops to defend Ireland, and irt.strvc iat the polls h high sule, they will lull you'' tot doubt, that M IIJo Ward is attempting: IOj(the papers that this fund FURNISHED A"iOtTfIT the Complr. filed with Report No. 77,846. press dnrieg the canvass. Hfice the attempt

her province 7 Will I Ireland defend] as a politician, so keep dark at d say make the people believe, that it was owing to for an envoy Jew to supplant me. Ihdo 1. W. 10 made by Clay, Webster: & Co., lo fix on

hcrtclf, or I leave: the battle to the belligerents.) ii'ithmg about the bond the Democratic party, that there is not uovr aaw not know it to be tnie, but I do not like the :hc counfy an unconstitutional Bank. by
clioicR between 7 It is of the the uses to which this fund might be the TREASURY DEPARTMENT
and mMe no masters of I'ofcition. Territory compelling banks tol put by viich| saltish pnlitichns acting as the agen:* 1
thai \ does not calculate Irish? A Change viceroy of Mr. PoinseU." Registers' Office, June 35, 1840. 1I
plain England: : 0:1: specie for their bills. In late S 1I
We I pay[ a speech lt.. I.the Monry Power aud I
tie l-y: the Washington mutually
roruspondence. may
co-bperalion. A war against America i is a] To assertions so gross, so false, so calum. I hereby t erttly the within to be a true I
war against friends. Were England never i : 'if i lit' Ch.1I I !csloll Courier; and ofthciiiimon I Moriticello, and also in conversation at that nious and so malignant, Mr. Levy made the copy of the original on file in this office. jointly, plunder the pe'opTe.It I

our tyrant, u.r Ireland never her slave, we! : P.ltll..l. I that no :ittempt \\ ill I benuitle place[ and we dare say at many others, hej I tfollowillg, reply in our paper) of 4th December, i I*. L. SMITH, Reg'r. is stated in some resolutions adopted at I

would wur with reluctance: ; (but as i: is--nol ( at the Kxtra: Si's-iuil-f' liiin:in,: up ;' asserted that he had been instrumental in. 'and nothing further has been heard from Col. [We would explain, that the Governor 01 I meeting in South Carolina, that parties i if (

cannot war with America ; our hearts. for.] Nutiopal' B 1111.. ritUi-r a. ,> C tlJin..t mea'unr having a bill to that effect introduced into the Downing. It seems to have warned him of the 31st of January, having transferred the he Senate of the United States are sornacn* I

bid it-our hands voiiid be powerl ss.Ve] a m Hs.u>e flf :he \\lug part}'. N-'itlier i i- Council, which was passed [by both branches: the necessity patching the seams in his own Tallahassee Fund to the Treasurer, Mr. Balanced on the question of National Bank, It t
cannot swell the ratiksnf such n battle-and] and was vetoed by the Governor. He. coat : Austin. had nothing more to do with it. The a ,
the D's'rptiti'n( of thi- Pub explained -
cuds ol! ih-'
pri) I rhat one vote still decide the of the
for what 1 For love of England 7 ST. AucuTiNEDec. 4th. 1840. Treasurer( drew drafis, as the work passage
rCHI" I lie Lalltllo( be In-night Imv.utd a? a Cabim t in conversation, that the bill, to which I To the Editor of the Herald : ed, in favor of the Commissioner progress.who sold aill. Meetings, are holding in South Caro.
lie referred Was the, introduced Mr.
I I I .\. '11 CII.II rt'. one by The. enclosed uas intended for publication them in open market to pny the workmen :ina to interrogate Mr. Senator Preston as to ]

The papers received by the Acadia con. It Mould sfcmfiom Ihi- stllhh< n change ini Myers, of Franklin directly after seeing the Circular of Mr. j Mr. Levy being at Tallahassee in March, !how he will vote. It is understood that if II I

tau} nothing: additional to the intelligence i In- lone "iud sentiments of t tin; Whig \'ih* I is most. fchameful, in nn)candidate, thus Downing; but understanding he was expected and wanting Northern funds, purchased one 1e answer that he will vote in favor of it,he I

brought bv the Brilish! Queen. Admiral F.I iu.tun: Cot rcs'uuilcuuts: that the acccs-iion o' to attempt to impose on the people, by state! to visit Florida beforcthe opening of the next of these drafts at 20 per cent premium with will be instructed otherwise.TlicNoSpoilS I

Jiut'ti tnaiyge.nent: of the expedition finds no! PreMdtnt Tylcr has unset! all the Whit, ments altogether unfounded. Gov. Reid did "session, I determined to await his arrival, be I Union bank money, just as- any stranger .
favor it) any quarter. Sir (tnrdoa; : Uremer fnre giving it publicity. That expeetutiont would have done; and from Mr. Shine, thfbuilder's Parly.Mr.
not veto such bill He would
The extra > ion doubt any willingly}| office in
ilans. i es' wat&. no ) that for
states, one
was believed to be possessed) of much mOle : being now abandoned, I defer it no longer, own Tips, we heard that HE receivedthe Granger
spirit aid: decision' than: his predecessor, and (!.died for ihese p 1'et'iall'lIrl'f' l's; pal'ticlliat. havemessage sanctioned any bill of the kind. In his j< and request, therefore, that you will place it'it money that Mr. Levy PAID. If the Gov. his gift travelling agent, he has Jive hun. ,

it Was \lioped t that he might try nd make:
err> theopeiations ol the expeuition.He limt'c.!' .'.y I ihem that such was I lie obj -ci-- strong ar.d decided action on the subject) ; and i transaction, it was by hearsay, just as any ence of the Charleston Courier. 1 I

had just gone up the river Dcc. 18)) to ;tuu'1 now 10 I :lr. Tyler has become Pn'jj. would, with pleasure hive approved a bill tfj TO THE PUBLIC. jtersabout the.street might have heard it. Oh no These patriotic Whigs care nothing

reconnoitre the Bogue forts, and it was hoped lent their ,I"0* i it changed und them i ih the kind. But, no such bill was passed byj Charles Dovcning\\ occupies the station! tAU this was probably known to Col. Down. at all about the spoils. 1I

that 1 he-would try and see what could be done. '. indifference about the, matter, enl she Council; and therefore, the material part]! of Delegate. in Congress from this Territory,! | when he wrote his address; but men open f
The change of feeling experienced by the "teat of the statement made Tfar has thought proper to refer to me, in a libel.! themselves to the charge of peculativn, thinkit The Artesian well at Paris has at last produced !
by Major has
Chinese 0:1: Admire! Elliot'a departure-that with ihos! who w\'r* most clamorous lous arid disreputable circular, lately address.] easy to trump up a similar charge against water which rises to the top and over.

they were not quite so safe with the present Very good nil tliil The Bankites hav not the least foundation in fact.: ed to his constituents. their neighbors, just as a v expects ere. flows. The depth is 1837 feet. Temptra. 1I 1I

as with the past commander-became evident been caught in their c >vn .Ira;). They twikup There was, to L sure, a bill o the kind Looking only to the character of the pro. dence when she assails the virtue of an hon. ture of water 82. Fahren heit. The ordi. 1C

immediately on tho requisition being N J r. TjUr loobta-n the "ul' nrl and con, introduced by ;Ir. Myers, of Franklin; and in] duction, silence upon my part might, perhaps! est woman.] nary temperature of water near the surfaces

published K'i Keshen offered to enter on lencf of the Southern Stale riJlhl SiriCi'rilrur.lionit't *-, introducing the bill, he observed that he had] be well excused) but respect for those to! from 52 to 54. Cost of boring, 21,600.

treaty, and moreover, apologized for the fir- : I", and' we see the! COII.'ql"'u.Ct done it, in compliance with a promise he had:c whom it is addressed, induces me to allow it] Correspondence of the Register. The arrangement for boring must have beenon I
ing 0.:1 the flag' ,f truce ; and tendered five *tu consequence, which my scorn for the au. NEW YORK, April 7. a more scientific and economical plan thVpout
made to his constituents to that effect. What!
for En. It is lo be) li'ipod: tli-it the PrcsJ.'len1tvill : thor would otlicrvr i have denied it. The death
millions of dollars as an indemnity e of the President, which I wrote abortive atttempt in Tallahassee.A .
gush! losses. AH their overtures were disre dis< |,ipoint them, j in I like manner; ,, in in1 1 ,agency Major Ward may have had in getting ;. The virulence with which he has assailed] you in my last was considered inevitable, ha rJ
girded: but they were considered BO differ. their con uipt and hateful policy, line! that liet'"tip that bill we know not, this being the first! distinguished and eminent patriots of the Re. produced no material change in ,finaucei fI' RICH count ol Toledo had a son, who J,

ent from any that had occurred before that will puisue the couixe indicated by the ac- time we ever heard of it-but judgiug of j!public, may justly pass unheeded by them. commercial matters here as )'et. The pro having killed a man in a duel, sought lefogsin t

whatever might in reality have taken place, lion of his whole, political lif*. that part of his statement from the rest, we I j The official stations! they occupy, and the] bablo course of the new Presinent, Mr. Tyler Madrid the cathedral, while his father went to tIi
fail be connected with the which long ,and faithful i ill matter of the petition aha King for his pardon.
could scarcely to of the Courier. should suppose he had about as much, as Gov J reputation public] a greatest uncertainty. .'No gait' the maloda
auspicious event which had just happened. {rupndenc Borvicn hnn secured, .ed; them from the nee Partymen are very anxious la produce, the King- qvien ka
? Reid had in vetoing the imaginary bill which hiS "
The sirkness at Chusan had Somewhat ASI Ap.i13.n. jcessity of descending to tho notice of so im. ,impression. no change will be made i in the uno et precise que muora -[He who
abeta), and'was almott solely convined to the e leHrn that the syMem of rtlovula, 'rum the Major chooses to fancy passed the< potent an agsauh. But i in! ''my situtttion; the!II leading measures of ihe Government,-but it killed a man must die.] The count cofltlfl. t tr 1I
private' iaoldicrs. The general opinion was office i is "101' to go rapidly; on; under i tin Council. I E Public will recognise, I trust the propriety of I lis easy to see that the hopes of the office led to petition, and the King to refuse, till r

that it was not the climate which had occa. principles! dc.e'larc'c; in President Tyler's' In. The bill introduced by Mr. Myers, so far : different course. Occupying the attitude!l seekers, as well as those of theNatiofl.b l at l length the King said wishing to get rid oflim C

piqued the suffering but the badness x>f the uicural, a complete change in the revenue from having been passed by th Council, was| of a private citizen, responsible to none for] Bank men are gone. The distribution of the --"When you njake a- bell at Toledo! tI I
officers of the port Philadelphia, hn* taknp1.ce. that J can hear "t Madrid I will pardon t ibt
Public Lands ,
acts otherwise thanna an individual, de. was to have been
a.rr. ageraeatt themselves ui.boundod. .. never acted on at all, except on its ;introduce! my a "
Four or fiv of the subordinate offi pending own unaided efforts for the] ,measure at the coming extra session. It young man. Now Toledo U sixty miles
dcuukenness, by the use of the upon my -WOII
dulgence iq of
) tion to refer it a milter course to the
( and
office have tom
of the Philadelphia post re. 1 ; Madrid' The count went home,
looked of
abominable samshoo-to uuwholesomeaest .fr for the means of contributing my share to the] upon as primary necessity. railing .
ceifcd notice l-) quit, on the firal of Committee on Banks where it still sleeps.j some lime after as the Ittng WAS sitting in
net the value of Slain ,
and and bound stocks
of tho hipt'i. bLares, the want of supplies ol good prosperity society, as] and their dependencits. -
I fresh provisions, pie un&ui' bJene of the nonth.' Mr. Myers himselfiJelonged' to the Commiuj..a young man, to cherish and protect the reputation !, bank and corporation ler riHes. hi. p )*

soldiers clotbiog for the climate i and an in. Several IUf"g in Consular nnd other l tee, and never. thought it wor while to bring]I upon which alone I have to depend. for! Thw will no' longer be n psrly! measure, and distant toll, VolgaTM piotLr-od: : !I" she bull
he of
i iktuatedljrnnny in carrying on an amount of foreign ugeoct! will be announced very i up in Commute t ray success or usefulness in life, i it hk oern. :its, passage into a law, morudouhtit" 1 than ried"tbat'a -r l
harratftfig"duty, alike useless p'n bing. "00"" I 'By what i infatuation, or'misinformation!J.ed to me proper to repel, in a beconroig roan ?:ever. This hi' erased ,a slight decline, ic so (be young count obtained bit pardon ..
The: cxtrut.ieeioo of will soon'bring .., l'1'b Last C _
insult of this man. Slate stocks. '
deaths the the attempted : *
oer, ,
eb1tmber of among troops a.ioneJ Ward could i tomisute ,
induced of] '
at ChuMtn;'((8420 in number) from the political quegiinu t" an suc. Thcru Major b : He has renewed and thus adopts,'the sale j I LThe report. of t the U. s.a'flrai,1t bank, committee l T; 'VfdUow' from the E i.ratakih 'SlioNPC M&l'Iu ,CI \tt
cannot conceive but wej ] \t\ of JillIon for gmtkti 1UrItitp..1I
indifference we ;
fib of July, tho day of their arrlralr thelith fl lurea.tn-g Iud manifest m to* misrepresefit 'charge of a corrupt appropriation of part of a! ; J(goes.t''exp91i':'pl ,"of.,corijup. I had a few on 'urn tort,,I'd waut isia *BSI, '.
Nye ttt'was 809. among those who were here- waro the people' no k plica dependence onj I public fund la ornate and party uto. n.o .] dOD thit ai\ODisb f !Tsa"lha enemies of th*" d into a d M of..4.1 tp" "." ." ..fs

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TIIe:!lo PI'O rt.Pt.' P'n1IGpnerIt !knee with ,him *poD the subject to wbicb'bis j 1 .laOtafei,fefewo.f j f o poyntnt of aU- dttuto.-S.w.kgS the_G0i ; f:9

laic Po.t Mast [ cotnmunioo refers : 1 f As we expected the'Indians TO BE HADE "'- "?
Searcth" Mr. Webster! have recommenced 4N8HBCI&, cr.of ,.tfx A4C1tO us; ;;; ': -
Mr. Cuthbert is referred to .
received notieefn-m the Post hostilities. No doubt they resolved] batiks paying specie, aOertho.f.\ .l .- t
hilI 1840 a\\ .
ri'l' Speech at Richmond, in October, ,
.ur!duwr General that in the opiwon ihrJ'Cl"ident copy of which is herewith tansmitted ; to the!!| upon doing that, as soon as they received the 11817, aYthe: great cause.'ofthtsre8iupptioav =

that be news of the dismissal 1 of the am disposed, to. ascribe- more-energy to. the Al1
?, .wpdlic good r1qtriretr' correspondence between John Boltoii ofj j i volunteer & e., of this E AVDOflfflS1O.
arm Government than '
Jould, be turned out, and accordingly he was Georgi:1 and himself dated 16th and 17th :.I"Our frontier citizens must now take care cfF on. .* A\ to any moneyed'itulitra .=- -I.-,'.---- _._.l__-_ac'aa'= -. ,-" ,'-- .J-_ __'_- .

rtfvrmed** With the cf'ptio"' of* eryrifldfridutl May, 1833, published in the newspapers of;,F; themselves. An act of greater folly than that MFor one I e&Cer protest against (be '. Share*Vtatmt B.k Btock.

bent thii act of the dav and which will be found in Nile's1fteister ;J of dismissing those my N.WEDNESDAY .Mon.ia r, the 6th May at. BOBC8XAUCTIONEl- 1At'I
indeed \'o commit. .
wu troops, was never banking Joodncted b ibis
( ; of 29th June 1833 ; and also his t system country; _,. 11 '. twill Mil in frpnt, of ray.Auction II ,
Geoeral id disapproved of.5o'h ted by any .admiDista ation. Our late Deb. a not to be IWem.
the POit Master to Mr. Hay tea of tho 21st January, system supported by sOy correct 'EIGHTY-SIX SHARPS D.'ION BAWC

parties highly% respect ;en. SennyjBJ ; reply 1630. gale ought to have protested against it in principle poittJcal economy. A groSS de. STOCK. o. EDWIN wr >crcsEr. AND COMMISSION MEbITAN1.

we have beard of no c.unpl int .ugainst' March 15, 1841. strongest terms-and if he did so, as we Jusion-the dream of a visionary system May. I ft 40 SALE DAYS VTedc dtrfJLJ ia
that has done more to the morals of SALE AT PORT r.E( '
( in thl' dis lieve he did, what shall think of corrupt Slat Carriage* Cben > for
f,r w"nl o P rOptiely we an SATURDAY .Ut CasferjpHAR10TE
bm, any ,w cry than ( Momrnp.th 8th n.'t.,
; else which baa iutro.
of the duties of the office lie i i'I hL.1 Mr. Cvthbcrt to'Mr.. Wentcr.MAPITT ministration that would thus act, in the any thing _, o'clock I will sell at the Store lately< "CUP iedbyT 3, BAROUCHES i BIK ,G YSel ,
jdnced a for /
.brge struggle wealth instead of thefrilffrrlA with fairncw -t. J-
_. i.a; .. KanH5t unrjiDl; 2Q._ 1M&1.. cnrh facet ,rr & Ausiwa at tour Lcoi <'arAe .Dt i< cMnptete, got ..vpisastyle. ;
.i n -------- If hill;
,epecua: L UI .. r-" -- -- -- Sir Yours of ihe -- -- -:, ------ r--n --- nort r-'" hmorable- !--- '- "..h..h-.. sw/\v...Pn.... ffruk... ...tinn..... of'nf'.1- .-.taptntanl- IJf- and for vale at tha aa.ti,.. and rn.rni
15th did not reach ---- -
me Correspondence of the Savannah Republican of a patriot, and males ambition virtue DRY GOODS, RDWSilOGROFIES- \ .' %Me. of- .'i.. R. L frIACKLEY ..
until several days after date. I have Fcb
274.141. Jut
which -' 1IiI ,
? Simpl.v has
"why., Ihen was be dismissed, ed it to lie for some days by me, and my re. FILATKI, April 19. made the lusbandman'apurn his 4'c. 4-c. : TB-"HE lied niped ..n,.,'. EN'

b1'e he was anti-M. From the first ( flections still suggest no sufficient reason why Gentlemen am sorry to inform you that cottage, and introduced a spirit of luxury, at .j .1 ERALAS80RTMEN'l..OFGIaa.a)

LLIjshlnefl t of these institution. Genera!1i the plain qsestion proposed to you inmine of the war has broken out anew. 1 have just' variance with the simplicity of our institutions. 20 Bure! Perk, 25 Baft Rio Coffee, mid WESTERN' PRODUCE-Cv..d- .,;

&c earned that all the Indians "I call upon tho wain advocates of bank' 20 da Beef. I 10 BjU. Sugar tcoN: .
Lev the scenes of distress. the 6th, should not be answered. save about tWen. j .
i predicted now to SO Kegs: Lard 20 BOXM Candr. LA.HD i -
l have left ng. surrender their errors. Shall I Sperm
them Wild
On Tampa--among Cat
the 22d y
now witiie:sing. His forebodings February, in open Senate, Mr take them by the hand and lead them 1000 )II!>.. Sides 1 Cask Sperm Oil, FLOt'R
are ,and in fact all of throughur
.e than verified. ; and the Yen Rives, in the character of your political friend any note. They have cities? 1000 do llama I &. tc. .: %viIiF.T _
; ban been' more and zealous enlogkt and defender, voluntari. killed a couple of express riders. The bag Bankruptcy meets us at every ALSO : TOBACCO( ff*

,'lInct' )//-e,}, Bank Power is visited on him. Iy declared that he entertained no doubt thatif containing the mail has been found perforated step; ruin stares us every where in the face. The Store Home now occupied by the. SUGAR m ..,, ''.

JJflIP: "ffi.e' is now filed by n Direclo.Or I should address to written with two bullets, one of which was found in Shall I l.o told of the benefits arising to commerce Firm of Tail &Alexander.ADDITIONAL. COfF.EE. e.&e. .
you a communication from the concentration of ? Which ib*y offer on reJS- He term-
Hank 1 package of letters. I fear shall hear capital :
Union proposing the we ,
the inquiry in & POUNrE'
conveyed ) A >\'awith the delusion. (Kr: EXPERI. 4 Grey Match Horiea 3 \ and Ne- CUWn
Dud Waggon one
it. Wha.hvpom from these Indians. .
required news shortly
good note of the 6th iust 2 doors of U Post Oiee.Tahlia
would west !
The public my retnrn to o
you ENCE ro .
) HAS EXPOSED THE i ALLA. : Boy 1 18 years old. aU of whic: will be laid to -
: and falsehood The puhl.c. gooditquirIId that inquiry a prompt and satisfactory answer The orders on account of the death of C Y. close the late Firm of Tall 4Alexander.. -April 17 38 .
for .
'. Is 'Iher a conscientious; man; and he plainly prompted me to that course. General Harrison, were carried into effect -l:;: a moment, it has operated ..* Terms made known on the day of Sale. TEND AB5:"HEW JiRD.n .
l ; I it On the o-day. At daylight thirteen as a stimulus; but, Ike ardent spirits, it EDWIN W.DORETEY A N.-\WAY From ilia ,ul>. hi r" .
1st March J in guns weretired
in tlii. community "ho cun lay his hand omihfflli demanded of open SenatorMr, Rives and half hour were continued las produced activity tnd energy for a mo- May! mt 40 County negro man Andrew. Hr h.. a cr* ,
I, me whether I had made the in. guns 'n'the left haixi, from a burn and i'a litll'* lanw '
merit relaxation
% t, and' say ''hat 1\1; public good requirtd" and through the day. A procession was formed ; has folbwed, and the torporof STRAYED from the auUcnLer on the 12th of .
; in
11 quiry, the form in which he had sug- duath 'Ihe effects of Rlicup, ati"n, 5 fee' 8 inehr Mfc -

the di-l il'3'al! of Gen. Searcy. W'e gested, and again stimulated me to do so.I .- under the direction of Col. T\viggs; the colorsit The has ensued. wiih I a blazed! face.year Any old mare colt,* brig!.ttte t sorrel said He has a \\ire at CoL FiaficrV.' Thft.above r..ntwill

InotllIg\ "g"n't 'Ihe' |'res jn'' incumbent) ;; I On both occasions, I pledged myself to ad- the post and on board the vessels, were $2O 000,'-00 revenue annually.amounts Require to upwards but a fourth of I II!ore, or giving information peraon will!returning be atisfactory( re- .be. Beiton given &on. Fishier'his delivcfjr or lo llie al. Wrilwr.-1 .II.h.."-. tM

1Iu't i. ,jiee g nun in the county who will say dress to you such a Jettcr of inquiry as he Jisplayrd at half mast, and all active business or fifth be "dej. JOhN W. ADAMS. EDWARD L. STROHECKER.
to in
part paid gold or silver; what May 1 I. 18-11. 40
lhnt|, "Ille pu'Iic! ;00yCtul J not be as much ''suggested. I have redeemed my pledge ad. was suspended.Yours The stores were all closed. would be the effect The merchant would _April___ 24 4t 39I __ ____ ,

\'iI..reil II Y Ihe Offitf I'CILJg III the )hands flfG"n. 'dressing you in such respectful terms as your truly M. collect the notes of bank, and demand speciefor STRAYED from the Camp Major Cbwchi'l, I Strayed. .
a public station and diameter made ,! on the 25th inM. a Sorrd the. fuHscrilw-r ld.i Fehrnary.a BLACK-
a* in those of Mr. Gausr. proper. President Tyler and Strict Con- them; and thus a teat would be adopted (lone FROM
Scar .\, You decline to and sixteen hands high the hair is partly off with a rtar in the rehad. H r
ii rumored! that Judge McCants like here ends.answer. our correspondence struction. i II>y means of which to ascertain the .olvency both fore leg, from the kr.ees down ; and has r "rinerlbe'ongid! to Dr. T vlor. on the) Micusuekn.and -

It n-forroed" out of the SocreMw'hi The world must dett-rmini No statesman of our country has more of i-ach institution. Tie demand for specie cratd on the inside uf tho left hind loot. \ny well knjwn by tlic'iiainc of Black' War-

\\lse( *is to be on your motives in refewsmg to answer. contended lor thui produced would hcve the beneficial ef. person that will bring him to the Pulnski House. riot, in that MTtion. A liberal ic-vnrd will b. giv.
strenuously sricconstrue.
"f jlli( T\irril"ry, and the place filled: Your obedient servant, a feet of or will give ruch} information aa will lead to his recovery Pt, to any f.e.cou wliu uiuv find him by M-ndini 1
; ;? A. CUTHBERT. tion of the Constitution, than President Tyler. introducing more of it into the country; i-lull be paid all I expenses.May him to JOHN It. t.LOYD,
>il l
,, "i16lme -ao sp < party, 110 prose rip. for is like other article and will 1 1841 '
money 1. 40
Hon.! Daniel \VeJster. The[ following report of the substance of a i every .. New Tan Yard duincj > oad.
We were inftirmod that its way to the market'Ilcre it is want- April 10 3t J7
zio. For Sate _ _
li.o",01.&II. speech delivered him in the Senate of the
by -
Harrison{ ' S I observe with deep regret an editorial of United States, in 1629, on the Cumberland llyrunlil; wishes should 21 HEREBY fur-van ;
bn:<;, ITCJU.C( besdiJ, 'II u) roinjjlai: it your be consumated. lifts of Ilamt-ua. Apply to I all! peon from Indlne

rb-irses had been. made gtm.-l him. TliisJrebuj I yours, laudatory of one i ia: the Charleston Rail Road Bill, shows this conclusively. It In Senate June 11,1639, the bill to modify, April 24. 1841. W. G. BURGESS. A pent.O1 fr the two note cet forth; in the tallowingreccipl
VCounercensunng the "South Carolinian" DII I am determined not to pay IIlelll,.nd I.ADJ
: consiJ.-ie.l,) in also shows what he thinks-at least STRAYED OR STOLEN
w and continue.
we may
act to incorporate the als] determined: lo the endorsers
protect un.k
: i | il* warnings to Congress on the sulject of( a N Monday rth ht last, from .
I intiiintion
to 1 s
of an get up in 1828 of the .
Nation. law.
the light .mejcli.irgera thought chartering riljcrs, to the Bank of the United States ? compelled by jfi
,, f Protective Tariff and a Hank of the U. 3.g was I '.. Magnolia. CHUNKY BAY
the Jdg. \\LI' h WM .1 thing 1 al Bank. We have seen induce A. F. DUVALP
g4flSt nothing since to
taken ab ul fire
I am sure the tip ; the question being on its ycarsold-hai a
hdun'' Sltld wlMtfh) Ii I-. ln"SI' Republican was never found passage March! !*), 1841.
not ib../:'l" .f "in us to think that he has changed his scar on the back supposed to have
..mt.abV". l lweI i ion-, If i it: b.- true, Ihut ;hctennvsi such company before-and if it means to and the yeas and nays being demanded: I been burnt, and a small one on her right I.iwatsi,

IMS been maJe.COJudge rely on a Southern support, i it cannot too soon opinion :- Those who voted in favor of the bill were : siippovd to have been burnt., Five Dollars RewarJ Copy of receipt from J. D. Dissovay 4*

M'Cauts, like Gea. Saarcy, has'' cut the Courier, which his always been ill Mr Tyler addressed the Ser.ate at considerable Messrs. Bell, Buckner Chambers wilt be given and all reav>nabr! > expenses paid onjer Brothers.
I Clay, delivery at thin office, or to the Subscriber, eceived of A. F..Duval. paymentirm fu'l!1 for two
mrsfortune be .lle, to see time" deadly enmity, politically, to c\'cry'l thing length, opposing the bill, and cx. Dallas
the not to per- Clayton, Ewng. Foot
; Frelinghuy-J near Quincy. \VM. T. POYTHRESS. promissory notes we bold against him, dated' .t>d.ndored .
Ketnngs (' the batiks, and particularly/:taiuiiig) to Southern independence Nortlien[ posing his decided hostility to ALL appropri. sen, Hendricks, Holmes, Johnston, Knight"'I April ?4 2t 39 as follow, 1(, w,it ; One note J.U-d t&4

the Union b.itik; is conferring on the Terri:- domination itions 1 for similar objects. lie then went at Naudain, Poindexter, Premiss, Robbins, Ko.J ITIarshall's Sale. 1st of No. 1838. for $G6i 63, pa>.btc ix months

Ii it.. \ .nrp""mp_ tiref'r that the "flub. 1required ':t Not the Carolinian alone not Mr. f'ullioun large into remarks: upon the exercise of the, IJinson.[ Hucr, .lps.., S \'mOlJr_ SilhPl',. mith.. Virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued om daif, payable tu and endo'n-d by Robert K.
-- -- -- ----- ---- out
i O his i remval, that the of. alone: nut South Carolina single handed will ''powers assumed by Congress us he considered S prague, Tipton-p Tomltnson J w Waggaman,F BY of Leon Superior Joint, and to ine direct West; and 70 mie note' dated Ixl of November d 1838,
$668 months fn
or ,
with clearer sighted be found in the contest this time. Hut iff UNCONSTITUTIONAL, and main. Webster. Wilkms-20. ; ed, in whirh Peter H. Swaim i ill p'aintiff! and Fredt payobtt- eight ni its, pa'Ac /-
licewglit' be tilled some i J to, and endorsed by J. B. Bull}, both nolea
I here be 'taincd. that Government had crick G -rard n i di-frndant I have levied '
t truth : departed
(ir ill the Union never ,
patriotism upon
any .
individual, who could see, and properly apvj Those who voted against the bill were r I fc a nit! or Tu'udiiy the 11thday of May igned by Furmy Dural. we hereby piomiedo
those which the people are I party of both States in the last coites: -lliellt from the principles laid down in the '!C House next, at the transmit to hlmsatd: two notes as soon as posai.e. .
blessings, oiirt in Tallahassee (between
Mfssrs. ,
precmle 1'enton Bibb Brown Dickcrson the legal
t \vill now command the undivided, !Constitution without repenting it. In
question : ] ,
prooigi h houri,ha'.l> : proceed to lellih. House at St. Mark .
LOW so seusiblv feeing.: L Dudley Ellis
r L::support tufeverv native Sotithroisouih; of)Ia. of tins, he instanced the incorporation of the!. Forsyth, Grundv, Hayne, 11i1l!, |known i>s the St. Marls hotel', with all its J. D. DISSOWAY & BROTHERS.'

TAirAUA':EC2-2d: April!, 1341. h.Vr. Oil and Dixori'a line-indeed old Hip VaiiB|Hank of the/ U. S., which had originated: a Kane, King Mangum, !'Marcy 1 MiH r, Joort, i iTazewell tenan-c", togct'icr witU all claim and rigl.l aj to('pur.the Tallahassee, Feb. 12.1840 march 20.1U1

) Editor:--\'oj an- poriujis: :nwaic1tin. .: Uinkle heiself will be aroused-if she can :vstein of gaming and peculation, that' had Troup- ,-TYLER- ----, White-20. }Li I mind according levied to uj-onand!ayII to be sold to satisfy said wrii Tallahassee oo LOST the night of the 20iU iiiataot

ihe I FJo'flud liri uit has b ','11 mustered,I.soon be. tiardly ever been equalled. He adduced va- Notice. [ LEIGH REID Mar.hatt.; I a ROAN HORSE; l.oin i supposed) tn have

out! if srruc1, will-out wmias ClIIY reinu $ Wh-it i* the q-iestion? Thj North: and the riousarguments against the construction that San Pedro Post Office Madison county Uy JOHN F. KACUica D.M. I broken loose from the post I.e was tied to, a'ud

jicntion uiitit<'-T, for n-Mrly! "I u m smiths ar-V; ]1 gut::; after enjoying a prut v--lion of their labor! had been often given to the Constitution, and t Florida, lus its name changed 'o Tallofa. -'II April 10 ids 37 parried; with him a role i hallrr. and 1 has a cut

du' us !!uty, perloun! anlie, iM l. '1. h'nlih .at the expense of the South, lor seveilteeti {declared'l that Virginia would sooner forego t RANDOLPH & l..EWfst; |Ill wound is uppo on ,hU td off he hind will mr leg ke, 'nd towards a sure St.on Marks I'ia b., as k.

4- .mi t\cu tl'e itii-l1, .lit, "Jicusulutli I ha\f. iein: iigreed to a compromise in 833. sur. 'the( advantages atiurded by this U A UTHU. -IVliigr'BulFetin". --"- 3 DZALEUS in Drugs and Medicines, in ic was lately purchased from that plic.

n. a a >1 ui!:g; 'd as sin t ap i i-g< f l-.r I u.is It t, isjfi; rendering that principle entirely. pro\i-l-d the*'USED system, than enjoy them at the risk \Ois! and Window Glass. The finder will confer nfavoroit' lilt bwucr.b/

S 'iid1 I t'l-- has; '-pet "> 'n"' i j. ('jrmalioii at this office whe.r Ji.- IIMV ,0luuod.
/cars\ Washington City 1 12 1 1S41. j
: April
received .
'lVr. just large additions to ou; Feb.27, 1&4l.AdniIoistrators .
'e ttire in iv n <\"% L"-a .r teri'!: m.y..al' ..longer-: :.id thut no ni-ire duties should be I Again in 1621, he said also in the Senate 'I he utmost harmony contj.iues' to prevailetcen t s tock which u offcied fur sale low. -

I ., \. L""II. AI'OiJ! ii j..t ..:IIIh-: .:nl'( t-collected after 184'J 1 !, than should be absolutely. of the United States the President Mid his Cabinet.-.J LI. IVoticc7A

tH""CI'I'.y..r i : \\ "," I iUI/.J anI'iur ord .r ; r iieccssiry for ai: economical administration of, "When we arc asked to lay down the Con. I W. Cor. Bait. Patriot. J% ALL articles charged lo our: regular ru :iomers I_A. the Estate persons of who 5.'aac hare I'rith any, deceased df'w.mii are a hereby! tins

]I' MII i i L-i,:r> Kt-.\J 1B (.f lI"r.I.\r1: the 1 Go\'t'rnmellt-and that no article should! !! t will be at specie prices, and the same or its equiv. required to them without for
How present
slitution the shrine of cheering lo the \\'his this mu our answer dcnnnded
upon party at the
,. payment expira
.j j oUtllIIISill: s ; Liu < r.I' a lin) ,;ale of flid t be charged i.bove tirenty cent. That I merit to the Sub.-cribcr.
'll[ t'ui,-, "f ', per 1 a, the pric" demanded is too great. If required f-Harmony continues at the end of foor days !! t ion of the )e.n. NOTICE is hereby that the itt
: HiM it ar fJoln. -' An ( .r t'i" period i is arrived, or nt lea t tin lima to .II ,3 given. deceased

i L'ticj: SI.leli. .\111I".1, a'' I oflt-r.J to I I vide by law lor it is within forty days of pro.our" to pss over violation in silence, we Vnd this ii sen'froDrc1a'tilgton' by a Whig } All persons having unsettled account t for lied at Key West about the laH of NUT. la.,leav-
t reply, that d) so, would be infidelity to our prrvioiis 'i.g no lawful I.eir known !". the Subscriber, :and
jt"i.J! to) '11' InU1t rg l ill all" nni-tcii'ii iu''! doors.: And., what do we heir: ? Adcocates filer v.ritor, writttn as intere.tiig and [ year nro requested to cOme forward and |caving personal effects tlie value
and those! Iv oi'Sl-250.
trust treason to who sent here. .
close the
",! tin1: U. _aj- v.hiih. tluH! lie for Protective information., irn.l aim' The dCtealied
IdS < ) orlnnt
a Tariff again. The South : was "irk <'om;>>xi-.i f.t rlii.dcr.t'uonlS .
The effort of has been directed RANDOLPH
constant Virginia
d. Tui;< "ifiifr lic'iriithe i .' I'.rllrm.i' h s borne the injustice IPntsx [. feel b I inches 'hifh >>ii'l, ab--m 3-? y-ar:4 uf
S : years- its the A \ftli.i.bU i with, filticn hurdrt J Lulc! TaILhasee March 27th, 1841. 35
to preservation political con. llip .
; JOHN G ,
(('miMS'aji; .go. Z1RIAX A II\'r".lr.1tor..
Mi- / : **, uf c .ursc binds and if then- he not a imj-infy of cowards orjjj
.I flict: of"ihe lour has never led her to yield 11Ifor ,f cotto'i on baird, was consumed by fire ar STRAYED. KeyWe't.Mm.rehi3Oin, 15141. 36B )Ijw
4 ucmto 'lujfil an iiirj''ts' lie iniv: dastards] they will bear it Thc
011 tlPIJ.t'1 fL no 1..ngf'r. ) an iti5tant.! No matter with what solemnly A-out the 4th of April from the Sobscri I Iarshairi Sali
mim i ''i-- .lIch icola.I few ON
and since.
4.1 duty, the moment 'liii I Jia\e l fulfilled their alike of \pa days; I
part bargain" her. about 10 mile .
; com-i l the violation hail been attended; although residing from Talahaee ) Y Virtue of a writ ol" Irta Fin is"ued
t-rnnipnt' refuM-s t 'jiay .0 they de ctio.ird the Iwo Houses of OCTAVe are authori cd to announce Col \ two ; on 4. out of Leon Superior tnur!. and In inr If.i
s at' by Congress, )
Vie F'oridia; Utigide, thit mrini'Mit the failh"f mind a fulfillment on the other part--nnd I. white horse, abool ten years old.-Ume in the righ! reeled, wherein Jonathan GauMnt i- pi luliif. and-

me 1 U. i5UI"' ?., ("iledgid through' its a:eii,1niirnken 't hey will insist it. .ind the President of the United State, and CUARLES DOWM.NG as a candidate for Dele/j:7bm upon onfmi.ed by judicial decision she has not rate in Congress. I [ ; The ther is a small Dark Bay Horse Iar levied
II bu* also been !".aIt'(i, Congress The I maiii against Nullificationrwas leye ;C uponand on Tuesday tIe llilt; day! of Mi v
u'gument : lulled in her duty. How little, then, should ---- -------- -- ---- --- inane and tall.i next at the Court House in 'Tailaii.is-.-, i etM-t-en
1t4 fused t" make anv appiopriation wli.si r that S.iuth Carolina was too hasty, .?ht- Notice to Claimants. I A liberal reward will be given on the delivery o f the legal bourn, shall proceed to .lIlhtf dwelling

\'er, to 'pay the expense?! incident, nn the [. h hail: not waited t to give time other party renKonablu \ e be entitled to represent her, if we could soar A DO A l H l J tlf Army officers i it now in ae.ion *one or bath: of them. 10 me, or information wber house and appurtenances occupied b! >ft') IIu<;:'i
ni, rf ,' forget ouibelves, as to hobble ii our .TL in ihn city. (by ilirvction' of the Sacrci&ry tlfj, they can be had. Archer of and "
m:: the Florida Mnjrade. If that In- lime-!.he whole! Soulh ihoimht she (beiag west adjoining the City of
our; :e. War,) to invenligatp the accounts aiininir from iheMilitia WILLIAM THOMPSON Falliihttfisee levied and be sold 'lor
) t.
i mt Cj"e (" !ncli I cannot l) ; : bear with her brethren link1 upon Sj.trin,
e1icMj) having ought to
a longer.' kcrvire in Ftut4a.i All therefore #
We here that | Uv. .
<'ieeD absent in the field thff ftn ;Who such see no precedent, no example, who hau' claims ain-t either tile
:'a'er part (> ca suggest an opinion now? a United Stare'l LEIGH REID. %rars.l1. ,,
mter. ; Iho nxt thing *e .hall!| heir of,!I You are pleased to declare your it.tiMitiont. .1 0 authority, is dcente by him sufficient to! ..r the T, i ritory of Flor.da for pupiilic. or er- ALBERT R. ALEXANDER, By JOHN t'. 4euLn.D. M.-

,'ill bt a relusa1 fin the part of ihe UniTedt bto run tip the Union Jack, under the Charles 'ustify him or 'his State in a violation of the ices conner-ied, wth; lie Milit'u, are requested Iu';' AUCTIONEER April 10 ida 37 I
pre -
fnpjio -
Sidle, to pay her regular trmipi -that i isf ton Couier-hc it so-but the South hasBl Constitution.! Congress may have passed a without d. lay. The R,ard experts hold! at some j General Commission Merchant Notice. ,

r'rrhg) nir b asted economy u liltU'f-tilh-rf' f.borne too much already for the sake of t hell I lUnionti aw-the President may have signed it-the future tir.ie., a frsiion at each of the following Port Leon, Fla. ALL persons indebted to the relate of 1hllJ

lD.o the most ppituri'iix cou'dvi li, it I iby i-. r.; \\te humbugged yg.iia by mere names. J constitutional named places in Ei it FI'Iradlviz : Suwanee March 13. 1841-if 33 c, deceased, are he.ef-y-'aotifird to i pie
I uged Judiciary may have declared it SpringNewnnniville' and Black Crook St.ugustimlC. (immediate, payment ; and thoao haruig dtniMi.d
S'-me ih : iltlemonl
bten --but Virginia and her Statesmen give it ,\ 01 both ; duo notice ot which, will be J present 3 to
i rendered. 1 cm: StV. for Hnl'. that I I114ve r and your memories; when you say : given. UST reeeiveil and fur halo low fur cash, fifty JOHN W. LAVINU,

"ten the regulartioops inactive oper. ," if there were any shadow oj reason for the *vcry constitutional opposition.if their opine Fur the present, it is requesied, that al! communication Lbs.! pickled Mullet. Jin 1811 24 Qualify Executor.

*'11'111., i but I hare n"ver seen grcnter exerlif,!ts"D > 'newJUire up, we might say differently Tin-) on i the measure \iolatesthe Constitution. he adtircMed tho :-" To the Board of Port Lon March ALBKRT 13,1642 R.tf LEX AN I 11. rB'HE Subscriber Laving displsed of-his:----*-lm---.k'in-

all side*, ulied for I the purpose of h 'rr.s.. F South Carolinian, as well ad a great ma.\ And does he deem a National Bank uncon., Army Offi.-ers' to Investigate Claims, Talla'.u"ce' ,, On 33 trade to II. SauUbury! is Uiai.kf lor Ida

In? theenemv. thin bahe..n u-ed thi others in this countrbehcjJJ side Florida/ THO. F. HUNT, Consignment. alia re of patronage he hat rccvivfd. aid 'icii--ror' ;
:IIIOP by on avery stituiional? The speech above was made in'I' Lt. Cot 4Dy.. Q. M. General, Tres't cf.ihe Board. AND for sale low, a splendid srtment o. In* nuccescor a continuance of ll.e *ainc.J.BL'ESS..
i composing the Florid influences tending to the re-establishment Jf&U1e
Brigide. May I 61 41 I : DAHLIU. from Princos's Gardeu. .
II. W. J1, & unjust and unequal system. Mr. IVebsteilhe direct rofartnce to the lute National Dank, York, consisting of every variety and colour. They April lOch, 1841. 38 -t ,

? lentjiciary of tlie Manufacturing Interest. and on a resolution: for a scircjacias, to forfeitits L Middle District of Florida, Set. were put up in fine order, and are warranted to
We Ot! I Keabonc
from the Glol appearing to the Judge of the
copy the following cot F oom. if properly laLen care of. Cabinet Business. t
t is in the Chair of State, uid: leader of tin i Carter. District of Middle Floridj, it i is -
"wpondence between Messrs. Webster andi consideredby ALBERT R. Al "X'\ 'DER. HF undtrsijrned laving; pnrch cd of Mr. TBlrss I
j Cabinet. Mr. Clay attempted to distribute the IloivraMo: Alfred Bdlch, Judge of T "
said Dii.tiict
Cuthbert. In the same speech he Port Leon. March 1B41
It ill be seen that the Ilonora says : 13 -tl 33 ("EA'TIKE STOCK OF TOOLS lAD
that of
Torm Leon
H Special
the of the Superior Court
proceeds public lands while the '
Lie Premier adopts the Harrison plan referr. .' The question whether it would be proper hall be he!d on I the 17ih, day of May next ut the A LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post MATERIALS in the aboyc line. inienus
Treasury was not only but iqil. the butmess at the old
J lpg| to his speeches : empty, many to direct a tcire facias, to issue theBank '"ourl I House in TnlUliassrr, at the hour of Iwelvp! Office at .Tliouvisville: Ga., ou the morning continuing upJO{ hcVard -
against \ & and solicits
lions in arrears. Mr. Adams has given no. uf the lit of such Myi respectfully the |uirca
o'clock M.. (being Monday,) for the then Apri 1841j of which letters
a divides itself into purpo as
-Vr. : two beads of bestowed
Cuthbert Mr. inquiry i"p so liberally on his -
to Webster. shall *or.
tice of an intention to assume the State Debts' and there to hoir ind determine diiy and all such remain three month thereafter will be cent
MARCH 6th, 1311. by the General Government, the interest Firtt whether the Charter has been so violated 1'111/1 011 the, Criminal Docket lIiid Court then to the General Pod Office ah dead lettera.ntey HENiY! SAULS' UH.Y.
: as to insure a forfeiture And if i irt .nd there trial.And \ TIECES, 4
so fur
appearing it ji further GeorgeAllen MfLcndon'
Sir-Your friend have declared that alone on which will require a Tariff of 15 Janios 2 &c., made lo crder.II..dilt the iliorlevl ujtice.
you expedient to exact the forfeiture ? The considered and ordered thai a venireJaciot, to summon A CArWgeC McMuirain Mrs Efi'beth 10th -
April 1C41. 38
ocld promptly reply to the I per cent for centuries to come-to say no Grant! and Petit juror to y
inquiry am now decision of the first, would preclude me from I nerve at mid Term E 2 McDonald Donald .
: Proposing you, and have invited to its beg thing of the present and increasing expendituresof an inquiry into the second for Sir inasmuch A Conrl. do IMIIW according to law, relurnaUla to Bryan James McLcod Catharine 'NOTICE.SIX .
/ made. I the Government, besides the numer- iaid 17ih. diy of May neil. Barwiek Wm B Milton James '
Mk you, then, respectfully, I believe the creation of this WEEKS after date, IUA undersigned wilt
: at Corporation AND FCRTHU OKDJCRED '
-'betb T'.lallhi l 110 Bryan Hardy Mitchell Richard
r in your opinion has ons Harrison or Whig banners, of the late pubiilind U> the Hon. the Judge uf the Cwuuty
"Congress any to be UNCONSTITUTIONAL 1 h in ail the published in the Brown Handy
Jtaontj under the Constitution of the Unit campaign, bearing the demand of Northern paper I ily. of Noel Miss Rocksy Ann |Court of Leon County for L U.r>uf Adiuj itra-
; cannot, without a violation of oath hesi |'alluhaiie until the ta.id period. Beall J B & Co. Newman James A
ed my (ion on the Et'orCh4rl..Biarkdeea.ed.
htauiio people for a Protective Tariff. Under all
prohibit the transfer or sale of f tale to repair the breach thus made in the Dated tLs 29th l\pril.1U41. Blaekshear Capt James Norman James 2 ROBT. RAYMOND REID.
lInes from one State to another >" As these signs and demonstrations, the South!I ALFRED BALCH. Bryan B B Newton Amos
your Constitution WHEN AN OPPORTUNITY Tal1"haCfleoif. Arri! 15. 1841. 38
aommtion to the Cabinet has decided Carolinian sounds the alarm, and solemnh U. S. .idgft Dislrirt Court of Middle: Florida. Carroll Claborn Pollard Pugh -4-

upon by the been warns Congress of our just rights. Wheno ;I PRESENTS ITSELF OF DOING SO Test-It. G. WELLFOUD, Clerk. Clerk Superior Cot.rt 2 Powell William A Horse Bridle and Saddle.

eYlo j Senate, there can be no iudelica. the traitorous ungrateful Courier always without violating the public fai'h. But believing May I 40 ::aollby Honry 3 Ponder E G E TllA YIO l: OFF.oirFnday, A prllflr:.. a ha/

making the inquiry. also that it is EXPEDIENT TO Carter Jul.loV P'iffh Thomas & Everett gelding, blind of 4. eye, vr.ry thin or p..or. wetin
Your inimical to Southern interests, calls the roll of ON CONSIGNMENT. old! has been woiked
servant, PUT IT DOWN and other feeing Garter Let! Prevail Priestly J years recently very
A. CUTHBERT. the old Union Party-and you, the old Republican gentlemen ,Inc Snbucriher ha received on consignment : Carleton SCal'owayj Seward MM Amand hard in a wagon; had on liiin when loft an ..Id

Bon. Daniel always hitherto the organ of State themselves at liberty to follow up that inquiry JL 500 ca,ki LIME : W Seward James L F ''aaddlo and bl idle. and saddle blanle .IJln: dark

Webster. and the fnend of the South and of I propose to express to to you ni), JJObbln ca'rincd PLASTER PARIS Elliot Julia B Seward UanaeH the other green; tho saddle waaold.anduraipima. .
Up to the 15th March, Mr. Cuthbert had Rights views." 10 HYDRAULIC CEMENT Eason John Smith Job E W diatoly across I the seal. A suitable reward wilt b.
S ceived to .n'wer Free Trade, are the firs tto run up the UnionJack 10 0' GKOUND MARBLE KUler: Jarcea 2 Seine C4Sullivan 4 given to any person mho- will \'erlaid b.rM.lathe
to this communication.
Be then addressed -for shame-for shame. Is not this plain, specific and distinct. A 17 MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES Elhvcll Benjaraia John SubMriber. W. BILLIARD.

which no to Mr. Webster a note, of But the South, though often betrayed and National Bank is b th unconstitutional" and I 17 .- HEARTHS Davis Daniel Sandera Willi'D\Ot Talah! e April 22d. 1 1841. -r 39 tf *
but TILE for do '-
1 I"V l'e been nearly in the which must [Bartered away in the councils of the Nation, inexpedient." Again 1 110 kegs NAILS Davis Jonathan Q Sandcri W C NOTICE. -
Hr. CutbLertll following words ; have a barrier to oppose. John Tyler is 100 WHITE LEAD Dickey S E Sander HeQ;,. ,. IX Weeit after date I slkall a-,ply u the Uon.p.J
comp1imetlts to Mr. Web ; / protest against the idea that the Gov'ernment Fulllcrd Wycb."A Slater John of
Judge Cevrt.
*vr. Mr. C. has Nullifier, a fearless, flat.footed Nullifier, anc 72 M. WINDOW GLASS awaited sixes J.feri'.rmConIy for Letters
receive no answer to the will bill re-estab. cannot do without this Bank. We :ARt'ENTERS'TOOLSAXL8.S'REW&c.RON Fair Mr B S'ancelllWhard 0 of Administration .a. the Frtato ot* Thorns* gf
i rjeu communication which he addressed he never sign any going to arc not so dependent on thil corporation ( assorted While PINE BOARDS Gallin Tin mas M Than Wm Hays Stephens decca *4tss.0r* said County. -, .

, 1.I'-W' on the 6'b iolt. Mr. such constitutional iniquity-if lose him, Wretched indeed would be situation iLLS, PAINTS, BRUSHES. &o. Griswold Eli.lia Thompson Lewis A D. P.F. NEWSOM.
communication C. sup and the attempt be made to render us tributary our if ALSO Gall.n Mrs Martha \V Janver Morgan s. ,39UOTICE.
jbu may have been mu I. lUCk was the case." : Hurst John Thomas SamuaJ B --. .
Mill will 1 either nullify tbelaw ; :
longer we
and he .
kuow now directs the bearer of this dissolve the Union die in the But, it may be said, that a different state ofhicgs 100 bars prim. RIO COFFEE Harvey Mr. Mary Vick Moses ; WEEKS after dite application .
that it is placed in Mr. or attempt 25 bbU.. superior St. Croii SUGAR Hays William Viekera Aria EHa41el SIX .wHl .
Webster' -the Courier and the Republican to the existed then, from what there it at 5 boxes Doable Refined Luar du.O Simon D WraO L P f d.tQ the Hon. Jodje tf the County Co nin .

March15 contrary notwithstanding. and that this has Presidenryler' do SPERM-CANDLES Hi4IaYIS'-. Wales Wm 2Iar Jof MaditonCnunty/orLetlertofAdmlnistrrlonon
1841. changed.
present; the Estate of Mor.foek Murphy
All of which is offered frr tale cheap. feadiaatr.kj Martin late d.
A.GEORGIA NULL1FIER. views and principle In the speech w. G.BUBGES8 Apt& ; WilkT G 8 [c.a edT of said' CfjDnt,. ,;
MITCH EL THE rain Charles Tones Wood Joseph 1th April., l&4t.. 38 ALEXANDER
Mr. OKOER. of ifonro and PemacoU MARTIN
Corner *
'deer streets,
t Mr. Cuthbert. referred to be : oppoMtto ( War.t.l.A..ia ..
says"I Hoary
) Webster received Ono Mitch l. a whig member of Congress I th.Store of Capt. H. Bor:4.alul! next door Jtataoo Huaphmy Williaaj TJwmaaWamac : ""NOTICE.I .

emiuni. Mr. Cutbbertf has committed sundry forgerieaand fled the think that the incorporation of the United to R.'J. Hacklejr Anclion'Room.Tallaha Lci'Job B '
0 the-inst. Beojamis r.r.o nebdebted"-.i'.Qbecti
The N. Y. Herald that before Bank was calculated to delay the ,e April 24th 1841. 39 4LL I'
De.irou of country. says, I- States re. oikLeour& Woatin Ruddin, Na- ) ". th-Piojdit ,F.d. .

threspect due irwtinj to his Mr. Cuthbert with tho election his whig friends in his disrict gumption of specie payments on the part of 1M tTAAYLD foDl.1'aUab..C4I on S turd.j si*' LIvingston R .hints! Lovett, and' VJamet Iprintfnf. 'previoBj t..... 'J&h"," wt m" e'

*tti0n, Mr. public character 'and knew-enough of him to tend him to the State Baa ;\ \ ninr, April 24, a light sorrel horse,white (ace McBane T J M. Norman 7 fretfully%) ntq wled-tocai' .L"be.Jc
'It Wefeer tbaplct, nercrelewtb .nd one white spot oa each aide of the MKX,icnot |McMillan RiabMMaliotn Touur E'ijib' Jl ,* ; aeeouneeither or'
Mr. penitentiary; and they hesitate whether 't a "Mr. Chairman, I look to a more f'fficientIe I by.att 'othei.cvs
Cutbbcrt wifl idialdy bobind Ibe sat.. A reMouablo rtward will MeAatey Ywnjf C W
'WoaeU; eat florid Money OWA "foJceittd ; :
ufoninfyp.preMot 'bt
tbpz4. .f
;-,that, under I- )huo.U>mI or to Congress. They final.Iy for the resumption of specie payments I;!|ba paid 'lot his .llfet1",1CfL.D..d F.4 Wiljoai: kA17 Md"ok' i, a :t ,, l.t, in I.Hra.'i
viroanHtancea pa1C1ta\ ,
'! decided DO the Utter-under a alight 1 look'to ihe resolution* of the State Icgisla L 114b1e in Uil.. 'i1. .r$Yr-yj. -. .JAME8V0LMtTBP.T. iI' -- L.r A" i 1U1Lil
er.eoWd Dot hope '
'r intocomtpoa that b. otnehow other reiolatton of ) .40 Th ri.: 1811.: ;:,1- I
might or g et tare*; to the Congress,requirin; M.yl,184)-I3 t ,April. I Har ,.P.l n t .

"4 plunder" and spoili" to pay up with .

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; '.o 1 TERRITORT.OEFLQgWAv't I TO :::
sI, .., .- t :. et PROCLAMATION To Mar tke MuW Dittrtd, .'. }Jt
i1 .p. I THE( fr their BUM < i IT the 11 of < I,' '0..1 Mtld 0" '
itt"I-: ... .
apply to the h : S .
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Tto aanUest:and waaial action of pnrifyinj OF THE ROBERT RAYMOND REID gi.. grttitMg;
tte'Jjtito of theConaty Court .4. ; to wit: op the-, ,HERE A S.Uwtofoi
a J_ ..ty,_ of &cIaaiD ltnU' n on : the' 'pflnpsndcl3LnnsIot. l.and-enduing.' .Governor of WHEREAS day of November, in the year, toW ,V V day'*f Fe'brtiissyintb.wifc o. L :

.tbsssiitt-. .....orGeoce.W.eo..lanlll.. them with renewed tone anil' viror. I.many bundzed January ;i, 1840." HEREAS, a ia Ff..K -to roe tat one tbeunand eight hundred andiwenlyniaeaChafler .ow, tbo.aa..J\[ .. ',.ii'.r (

.b.. pP.NEWBOM.' cL6 cs which hare:been made public I Board and Lodging by. ,.day. ) V V .W.illiam? J. Carr.of FrankHn.conntT, of Incorporation wit ,rate.o. h ';
I .. t'- <-:-- -31.- and i. os evry specie* ofdi.siteich, Dinner., $25 S stands charged with the murder cf John Norton. 'the Cditiol limitations-and te'fatly. Coaac.1 of the Teto" ot -

:...... -, OT1CE. the human rr is liable, the happy effect of Sapper. 0( has'fled'and ia now Jarge. proide Legislative Counci of the. err Bank to U Wbbtdi ft. City of s'h.'
Now .know .hat( U Robert Raymond ReidGovernor to a certain Bo by the name arid to wh o
ye ; '
will be made Breakfast. ,
14' reek afterdate application UOFPATS LIFE -75Lodging. loMm
SIX andPHOENIC of the authority of the .BANK o. FLo a .id. Bank, their .
style ,
; the Hod.:the' Jedje of the Cocnty Court have been !. .6'') Florida..by.virtue of. tome dlo'alth ; ecen'c M. ."
gratotyly and "publicly ackoowl who 'should Subscribers to ,
vested b"lawdo; herebofert wc bere editO '
V>f Leon for Isttsrs Adminisl/aOon\ and tw.r.C "
on )
contaly ,
11 ,the eatale ef Silas, 8. Taft, late of aaid county de edged by the persons beoefitted, and who were Bard Idring.the quarter. 5 0( per.onU. hundred dollar, for' the ss> their successors and airs-Aoi wbra. "also ,which aaid Buk WM

.:, ewed.- J'M.. previously uas.cqnain ud.wlh. 'the beutitullf philosophical Bad without Lodging. 40 00 .do fugitive, and his safe delivery to any Jailor:or other on the seventeenth otFebrual. m tbelea of :'I'ame and style of tb"C f "
officer of tile 10 Florida authorised our Lord one thousand: and thirty- FJo.tDA..And u'
do Territory hndred .
AK08J ALEAiEEft.Pon the Oil ( to oa :
principles upon which they con.equent. by quuler .
3 of three, an act was and Legislative day of .ia LsL
take charge him. IJ passed by Gy'ernor February thy.u of e .111*
t Leon. March27. 1841. 35't I ly, '. servants.Children! full and nrirn.Horse colored. serviots half .rice. While J The aiYil .J. Carr ia about 26. years old Council of the_ .' orl..o Forida, wI sand eight hundred and lWnJ4Ptt7Tt -)

iJOTlGE.. The LIFE MEDICINES recommend themselves 5 fool high dark eyes and hair. ana nil amend amid Charter incorporation, a appe, passed] by the Lef ilatt Council:f|S.V" .
.. week after date, application will be made in diseases of every form and description. Their feed-e ach me l. ItO 1 5 rather a down look when spoken to. by tho original enrolment of said Charter qf Incorporation in ditl nd n tndaiJnl'f7

SIX the'Honorable I Judg'.ftb'Coaqi C tof'MatI&MD first operation is.to loosen from the of the t by the.dy. 0 \ Given under my hand and the seal of the and or.id ihereofof record pfJoria. of incorporation.- -fc7***
tbe iionlh
count, '(or tatters of Administration stomach and bowels, the various,impurities COit and I'Candle.-each, by -, .2 0 1-2 [I-. 5.] Territory, this first day of April A. D. in,the office of the Secretary of the Teuitory oo the twelfth day of February,il ... !.
Tioroas 3 of Florida well public statutes,of the Lord ons thousand U. ?
on the estate of ... Anderson, of said county, crudities Fire-single, I 1841. a. by eight handrtd a I?"
constantly settling aroupd them ; and to REID. of Florida 'printed by of the act thiny.
deceased. I the r' ROBERT RAYMOND Territory authority an .pu the Governor .j *.
i i
I. JOHN W. AND ON. remove the hardened feces which collect in the by month 10 00 J[By the Governor Governor and Legislative Counci of the .me Council of Territory of FIorid./ !
Mvch37,1841 ] :35 convolu'.ions of the smallest intestines. the .Gentlemen will hr charred in all cases by.tbe J. McCx.w, Secretary of Florida, And whereas also, a law .1 passed by the Governor lid Charter of VJSl.!S***
___ medicines only partially cleanse these, and lea"e Ioy, unless they stipulate( Or a longer iier.od.: I Dy 1 Thos. Jeff. Heir. Private Seo'y. and Legislative\ Council of the raid Territory original Charter. or'l "*
NOTICE. Accounts aro expected U be settled at the end of --- Saleal R. and Med on tbe fourth day of March i in the year of our tien, and said additional and ij! "rwi"
such collected behind to habitual BAKER' Drug amend.
weeks after date w'e will to the Hon. masses produce month. L
: apply every FOR dore the Post Offiice Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirl.ninr,1 record in the office of the ." lf
Store to
SIX, C' McGbes,''Judge of the County Court costiveness, with all its trim of evils, or sudden WM. P. GORMANfor the Proprietor Also Choice and latent Dahlia Roots.IL authorising and requiring the District Attorneys f' Florida, aa well by 8eerJ"o

of Madison county for' letters of'" Administration diarrhea, with its imminont dangers. This fact is S4! 1)VI F. WILS N: prize BAKER. said Territory to institute the requisite legal proceedings ; Territory Floridaprinted. by -.Ww'

$ on th.eteot WsdeJI.Ltin,1et.ofsiidcoun.. well known to all regular anatomists who examinethe John C. Jacobi, I I Tallahassee Feb. 20 1 against such Banking Incorporations in "rnor and Legislative Council authority of o J'wbereaa

I ty dece '..iI.: EDWIN D. COLEMAN human bowels after death; and hence the prejudice Measurer and Inspector af Lumber for the 3 their respeclivo Districts, aa might hue incurrrJ arso.a law was passed by 1.lA 4.
:Hifa.I .
I EDWARD. A. of those well-informed men against quack County of Leon, EDWARD fl. GIBSON, forfeitures 01 their Charters by J."f. and lo I Legislative Council of the
I Marqh13I841.-3, \t5 same to effect, so that the said Chatters the fourth of Terl.f".1
S medicines, or medicines prepared and heralded to his services to those who please PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE. prosecute day March, ?
1W9TJCE.Q the world OFFERS upon him. Charges moderate.may ; 'FICE next door to R. J. Hackley and E. might b declared nul and void by the Judgment one thousand eight hundred and IhirtMuT .
I X: months after date, the undea.igned will apply by ignorant erona. Tho second effect Tallahassee, March 14,1840. ( W. Doisey's Auction Rooms. of the preper in said Districts,-AnJ rising and requiring the District AttoranT i*"

to the Hon.JudgeofLeonCount7; Court of tbe Life Medicine is to cleanse the kidneys and Valuable tor 3 Sale.) I Tallahassee, Feb. 13, 1841. whereas,Charles S. Sibley. Attorney of tbe Unite. Territory to institute the reqoiiite lenj,!/I

I 'forlellers of Dismission .. Administrator of.the bladder and, by this means, the liver and lungs subscriber lad of I States for the Middle Dibtrict of Florida, prosecuting ings against such banking incorporation,

I estate of Robert 'Copelind. deceased, In ri&ht'of' the healthful action of which entirely depends up. THE than is desirajle ng for greater his own quantity cultivation WANTSA for said Territory, bath appeared on this day, respective districts, a might bars!_ .U
thowU..CLIbethG. Ponder. small amount in Union or in Life and Trust in behalf of lid Territory, and by him the Court lures of their charter.by "
on the regu'srily of the three sit. now ear,
urinary The affers for sale valuible -ono,

W.U. PQNDER, Adm'r. organs. Co. notes, for sundry small accounts that are here is given to understand, and be informed thai the same to effect so that tb'Det p
blood, which takes its red color from the of uated on Black Creek, ibout thirteen miles east aid\
due, of
agency enquire & the said"Bank of the and
M&r4O.38/ 34 Florid."at county Lon might be declared nail and void V, :
f the liver and the from Tallahassee, thirteen hundredacres the,
lungs before it containing March 13
passes into the 33 Middle District aforesaid, hslh forfeited Clla. of the proper Courts in said Dllt jda
; NOTICE. heat, being thus urified by hem, and nourished 600 of which are h a high state of cultivation 200 DOLLARS REWARD.PROCLAMATION ter, and all the franchises,privileges and rights im as,Charles S. Sibley ,-
shall to the the residue lich hammock land, with Attorney ofthetJj14
Q.a months after date J apply mostly S
munition and he hath
thereby non-user,
food for
from conferredby Iho Middle :
by coming a clean stomach, courses all farm houses and Dstric of Florida,
I tlon: judge of the County Court ofjefier-( I the necessary outbuildingsthe
that cive pro.ntlr
prayed a $ facial mnightissue according to said
son county\ for .final. settlement and discharge freely through the veins renews every part of the : crops raised upon this plantation hue not been By Robert Raymond Reid Governor oj l&wto summon tho said "Bank Florida," t appear of said Territory appeared

from! tho administratorship of .LUlleberry Walker, system and triumphantly mounts the banner of surpassed by any in the country. Another, about Florida. before this Court at the proper time(and en toundersiond Territory.and and by him the Court her. i jTJr

I&teofaid, county deceased health in the blooming check. the same distance northeast from Tallahassee, it M made known to me that place, to show cause if any it could, why the said tral Bank of Florida"beinformed..rmttbeni at tbe Jj*
L.TITLK: BERRY PARKER Adm'r Moffit's ;ontaining about 700 acres, of rich oak and hicko. PASSMORE who was confined County
Vegetable Life Medicines have been Charter: of Incorporation should not bo repealed, in the llddle'D.ltnct Florida
Jau I 16. 184 I. land ; with 60 or 70 icrrs in cultivation ; and in aforesaid ,
tested and ry the jail of Calhoun county, under a charge and declared null and void its
felLed Charter
e. thoroughly pronounced ,and all the
"-------' a sovereign franchise
JVntir.e.I .. .. another in Hamilton county, about tsn: mile from of murder and upon whom the sentence of death THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED trir.
__ -- remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Palpitation of tie! Su containing about 2000 right and immunities thereby conferred, h
wan nee Springs
had been has mado his from aid
passed known the
sliall That
JL: months after dale, 1 apply to the lIon. escape you to said and hath ..
tiara pned'that
S the Heart, Loss Appetite, Heartbiun and Head acres, a small part in cul.ivalion, with farm muses and is a tcin JktUt
jail now at and all the t
of the County Court of Jefferson luge ; "Hank of Florida Presidents.Cashiers,
Judge issue law a
to to
I County, 'or anal fetllement and discharge from ache, Restlessness, l.tempcr, Anxiety, Languor &c. This land is of superior quality (or t.." culture Now. know ye. That I, Robert Raymond Reid, Directors ami Stockholders thereof that they be tral Balk according of Florida to, summon before the said

i tbe" admitiisr Llrlhir of JCKEMUH DREW late of ad Melancholy, oslivene, Diarrhea Cholera, of .:island cotton. Governor of Florida by virtue of the authority in before the Judge ol our Superior Court of the at the proper time and place apdear and show this ft-jf.

I! 'taid, county' ,dec ued. RACHEL DREW, Fevers of all kinds Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsiesof Also a tract of 400 acres, at the natural bridgeon me vested by law, do hereby offer a reward of Two Middle District Florida for the County of Loon, any could, why the said Charter of can* jf
the St. Marks about miles south cast ofTal Ineorporj.
":ry ft.'1841' Administratrix. all kind, Gravel, Worms, A.thma and Con- Hundred Dlhr for the apprehension of the said on the l fourth Mcnday in January next or such tion should not be preealed! and declared
lahassee of this is soi call
half tract rich alluvial
;: ; / fugitive and his safe delivery to the custody of any other lime the Courtmay be adjourned lo, void 'ltd
NOTICE.SX sumption, Scurvey, Ulcers. Inveterate Sores, Scorbutic upon it there is also a fine mill seat, with greater Jailor or other officer of the Territory of Florida the Court a Hoiiso in tho City of Tallahassee and a "BER.: FORE YOU

{ months. afterdate, I shall apply to the Eruptions and Bad Complexions Eruptive water power than any in Middle Florida. authorized to take charge of him. County of Leon, to show if any thing they for MANDED That ARE HEREBY COJ

uUg of .the County Court of Jefferson Complaints, sallow,cloudy and other disagreeable These lands will be sold at moderate prices!, and William Passmore is about six fret high light themselves have or can say. why the said Charter "Central Bank of you'mak known to ti

t Com y, lor a' fnal l settlement: and discharge from Complexions Salt Rheum, Erysipilas Common reasonable credits and if desirable the purer* ir complexion, ane: has been ufhirted with (tho white Incorporation of the"Bank of Florida. should and ad. all Preidul Directors -
the A Jmihisfratorship or Christopher Smith, late can have Union Bank Stock upon part of lie in his which is much emaler! and made and all C.hier thereof'bit(
Colds and [Influenza and the various other complaints / swelling right leg not be lepealcd annuled. void they be before the Judge of our Superior
deceased. BRADEN
of aaid county purchase. W rf
$ than the other. liberties, and franchises by C.r
I 41 which afflicl the human the Middle Di.tirt of Florida ( W
Adm'r.Ian. or
C. rraue. Fever De 21 _ Given under my hand, arcthe seal of the Territory iho same conferred, bo seizcdinto possession and Leon, on the fourth Monday Consivrf'

"- 161841. &o Ague particularly, the Life Medicines have beenmiit S MiSS C. SlIT I this ., 1840! at the cry contri/l of said Territory, .andfurther do and the date of this writ, or such other Apnlnext tUtt

: Administrator's Notice. eminently! successful-so much 1 that, in WILL open a on the of Taliahaoece. receive what the said Court then and there of it. Court may bo to, al the ll.I lit

;,4 .S.IX MONTHS after date, I Khali apply to the the Fever \Ague districts, physicians almost universally Monday of January next, for Girls, ROBERT! RAYMOND REID. and them in :this behalf, shall consider: and aid County of adjourtt the city of HOOK of

of the County Court ffe son coun. i itl. prescribe them. and Boys under twelve years of age. Her schoolroom By the Governor, direct.-And von ore furthercommnanded to give aid County,to.on.shoT.a thing TIUahl"eil
for a final sett'tement and discharge from the I will be in tho lower story of Mr. CUTTER'S J. Secretary of Florida. notice of the institution of ihis proceeding by have it rortC
.. AM that Mr. Moffat requires of his is l'CANT. selves or can soy. why the said
'administratorship.. of ALEXANDER R. MPRRAT. late patients, new house, in Monroo street. dec 26, ] 22! hereof, in some public i Cn".
publication newspaper of
be particular in the Life _________ Incorporation Bank
I 1 .0fgaidcountydeceaeed... U '. t taking strict Miss SMITH engages to teach all the branches eefCaticWnnted.T the Middle District of Florida,for the space of three should not be repealed, arid 0 Frd"J
BURWELL M'BRIDE, ly according to the directions. J is not by a newspaper usually required ; and hopes, by her exertions in BE price for months from the day of the date hereof; and that and annlIed., rights. mda ,

December. ,19. J840 21| Adminislrstor. notice, nor by any thing that he himself maysay the promotion of her pupils, to render general sa good lll fed cattle, on being delivered at you make returns of this wril, and of your proceedings frachise albertie.:, lame conferred, priT&m seind UtposseraiAu md,

.Riddle District, in their faor.th.t he hopes to gain credit. I tisfaction. his Tan Tallahassse. thereon on the first day of the next term of and control of said !.

Le'on Superior Court. is alone by the results of a fair trial. TERMS, PER QUARTER J. D.GALBRAITH. this Court. further to do end receive Terr"or1r.and ,
: .Robert. "'. >>u11' )Assumpsit, damage f 4.000, MoflTat's Kledlcal Itlanual Orthography and Reading f 5.00 Feb. 20. 1341.Jnti.dyseptc. WITNESS.-RICHARD G. WELLFORD, then and thereof it and theul, IbisUthalfthai. COlt i ,
a The above, with Writing and Arithmetic 8.00 of said this I Icith
: vs. \attachment for f 149930. is. Clerk our Court day consider and direct,-And further
'Gaulden.. .uea a domestic guide to health. This little pamphlet! The above, with English Grammar, Geography Jlnti-bilious Pills of A. D 1811, and the six. you are con.
I Jonatha. ,.. March 13, 1841, returnable day January rnarided to give notice of the institution of if* .
'to April term, A. D. 1841. edited by W. B.Moffat, 375 Broadway, N. York and History, 10.00 PA RED BY tyfith year of the Independence ef the Unit ,by publication hertofiu some publae.proceeding

C THE defendant and all persons interested, are has been published for the purpose of explaining Tallahassee, Dec. 26, 1840- 22 C. E. HAYNES M. D. v ed States of America. paper in the Middle District of Flori?., fcr tL
.notified of the institution of said more fully Mr.Moffal's theory diseases, and will NOTICE. Sparta Georgia. H. G. WELLFORD[ Clerk of space tif three months from the day of the dtl,*

suit by attachment, and are hereby required to appear be found highly interesting to persons seeking |thEREBY notify all pcr&ens, that the firm offPENGLF.R&LYMANi celebrated pillc, which aro win- the Superior Court of the Middle District of hereof;and tliatynu m.k return of this wntiiiof
I justly
and plead to the declaration: filed in said case THESE Florida for Leon County. ,
health. I treats upon prevalent diseases, and thecauseslhereor I is this day disolve6; way to pre-eminent popularity your proceedings op the first dijofatit
'according to the form of tho statute in such cass and that I will not be rnMMinsiblo lor any trtnsao- are suited to oil cases rrnuirinrr either mild term of our said Court.
made and (provided.f.I. Price 2 cents-for sale by Mr.Moffal's ions made by the said LTMA.N in tho name of the I or active cathartic medicine- by aperrnt one OTICE is hereby given of the foregoing pro- WITNESS-RICHARD G.
1 I. 'CHAS. S. SIBLEY AUy. of Plff. I agents generally. firm. A. SPEGLER.TalalaJlee. of the oldest physicians in tile southern prepared i 1't (eC din< to all persons mentioned and concerned Clerk of nor said CoO.lhil day

March' CQ. 1841.- 3m 24 ICT These valualle Medicine are for sale by Dec. S, 1840. 19 having been tested by more than ten years countrj experience therein an I am thereby directed. January A. D. 1841, and sixfy-fiiih jarof o .
Edwml.Coleman; ) MADISON SUPERIOR COURT RANDOLPH & LEWIS. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. in his privute practice before they were offered S Aiueiicsri Independence.R.G. .
"4 Marshal of the MiJde! Pu'rict' of Florida
vs J April term,A. D. 1841. -Dfc. S 19 ____ ___________ B. BULL Si CO have just received new to ibo public, and having, whenever fairly tried, Jan. 23.5 Ly JOHN F. KACHLER, D. M WELLFORD. Clerk of
Abraham Bell .S f Attachment in assumpsit for 'Garden and Flower Seeds. J. and fashionable Hats of Ceaver. Silk or been preferred to all other articles of similar form the uperior Court of the M udle! District DC

.f 143 48.THE W: have received direct from the' Untt Mole Skin which they offer to the public reasonably are confidently recommended as greatly superior, TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, Florida tea Leon COI.tl'
defendant and all olhe-s interested are Society of Skaktrt, in Enfield. fr to other known
an for use
specie or its and for the currency general every ren.edy. ,
.notified( ,of the institution of said extensive assortment of seeds which we warrant of Middle Florida equivalent.such becorneth Reference to printed certificates in tho hands of To the larhl of the Middle District, OTICE is hereby given of the fort oir21

suit by attachment: returnable to .said term, and to be fresh, genuine and growth of 1840. conscience. ( a rate I the agents. For sale by greeting : 1. ceeJmg to all: (-enon*mentioned aDd CODcl.

I they art; herebj required\ lo appear and plead to BERRY &DOWLING. Also a good assortment of clothing. Cloth Cas- I RANDOLPH &LEWIS. IIF.REAS, heretofore to wit: on the eighth( ed therein, a I am thereby directed.

I the declaration.. .filed in said case according to law. Jan. 16, 1841.-6t simares-- --- and V..tinl,.. .frnm_'n il.,\ .vw.n:."..' In_w al.A.._ I Tallahassee, Jan. 30. 184].-ly _ W oay of February in the year of our Lonl I LEIGH READ.
CHAS.S. SIBLEY. of the Middle Diitmt of Flondi! ,
CABINET MAkiNG finest. 1i'ease'call and;; witness for vourselvcu. NOTICE.i one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two CharIer Marha
.March J3, Att'y of P1 IT. _ fVViC subscriber thankful of Incorporation was granted by the Legislative Jan'y by JOHN F.KACHLER.D.Hr .
indebted the
JL for ALL persons fulcriber hy note Council of the Territory of Florida,lo such
: persons THE PUBLIC.
past faour 2eepec.L.J..L.Wfh5Wtifully fDlHE Subscriber offer for sale tho follow account on the 1st
win Coleman, MADISON/ SUPERIOR COURT ar are
) g
18.1. as should subscribe to the stuck of certain Bank
vs. \ April Term, A. D. 1841. informs the citiznlofTalahusee JL tides, low for CASH- earnestly requested to come forward and the to be established in the Town of/ and, fH'HE subscriber respectfully informs the citotosJL

John, Hogan.: ) Attachment in Assampsit for and vicinity that .Cognac Brandy In half pipes and qr. casks same an further indulgence will not bo given. No should witb the provisions llgno'i3. of Tallahassee, and mOle generally! time etfi-
45. r fi r I.e c.ontinue. to carry on theCabaet Holland Gin in bbls. account will b continued for the present year, ex comply zens of the surrounding counties of the Trrntury
defendant in said$703 case and all others in- 1 11 1 Making business inS Whiskey do ccpting with those of our customer who have been which, said Dank was incorporated by the name amid of Florida, all! of the adjacent counties ot Ctem.gin .

THE are hereby notified of the instilu- .1 its variety at the old stand Lard,in kegs punctual in pacing their accounts with us. or style> MAGNOLIA of 'THE;-AhacIUNTs'wheras AND also PiANTEas'! Iwelfiii B"I that he has rstabli.!eil Liimelfin! the

t&onor.ard suit attachment returnable said! BIt and Ribolds opposite Flour, Molasses BETTON & FISHE or llt DRUG AND
'' by Col. Wyatl's Store, where Corn Jan. lay of February, in the year of our one thousand CHEMICAL BUSINESS

jcrm and they are hereby requited to appear and wi b happy t receive orders from his friends h Manhaden, Hay and Cod Fish in bbls 2 eight hundred and thirly-twp, un act was il the city of Tallahassee, at No.3 Berry'ms low,
plead to declaration filed in said case accoiding On Consignment, plsted by the Governor and Legislative Council othe : door
publio generally. Sideboards Bureau's and furni- Boxes Pickles in (uric from the Office.)
to law. : CHAS.S. SIBLEY. quart jars "'0 ChuriotCCS, m-table; lot two or four Territory of Florida,to amend the said Charter The
made in of .
of fashionable of It
ture description, a and bbls. 'laht.v bit Medicines (fc.
March ]3. ,,1 141-3m 33 AU'y of Plff.JLeon iubalatia every manner,and on reasonable terms, and 3 Lim.McNAOGIIT & ORMOND. J indorses, for &aletchtap for CAi. nqttire of of Incorporation;-And whereas also, on the flu.teenth can salVly and confidently. recommend tothssieof

Superior Court. hopes by strict attention to business to merit Port Leon. March 20th, 1840. WARD $ MAY day of February in the year of our Lord'une the Public ; from his knowledge' and lung experience -
__ Jan.2,1841." 24
S .The .CommfaV of Tallahassee, ) and receive a liberal share of the patronage ef tho thousand eight hundred aud thirty-four, an in th&'asine.with his extensive tcquaiiitanre -
Watches, Je wcIry4c.A | act was passed by the Legislative CouNcil of the
va > In Chancery. public. Lost or Mislaid, with respectable! Northers lodEuroDtait
David ,B.Butler& ,another ) JACOB BLESS.N. ripHE JL hand Subscriber has on NOTE of hand for twenty-two dollars givenby Territory of Florida, buppleruenal: lo the said Houi cs, mos* selections can be relied 11.

IT ""appearing the Court that the defendant, B. All kinds furniture repaired on reasonable a very handsome A George Young to the subscriber, dated Charter of Incorporation, .appears by the original GenninoDntgt.
of Watches Jew.
Quid 0. Butler, is not an inhabitant of this terml.T.1ahune. assortment some time in January last. All enrollment of said Charter ot Incorporation, Ckemtcal Pat MeJiunu, Swrgietl h-

.Territory, bu.t resides jn Georgia It is therefore Sept. 7th, 1839-If dry, Plated Ware, Silver lioued against trading for the said persons note. A are liberal cac and said amendment and said supplemental act,of liiuuHt*, ...Oils, G/w/ *.

ordered that unless he appear here on or before the HEADACHE, SICK OR NERVOUL be Spoons offers, Cutlery for sale,on&c.his, which usual reward will be given to the finder on returning it I i' recori in the office of the Secretary of the Territory and an extensive assortment of Fr 4 ERp

)I Monday of AUKldlle, and answer the complainaota I The extraordinary reputation that Dr. Spohn's terms. He will receive July 4,1840 49 JAIESC. WELLS. of }Florida as well .by the public stlute of the PERFUMERY,
bill, the same will be taken for confessedagainst remedy for this distressing complaint is everyday new Ware : Territory of Florida printed hy authority of the f
supplies during the likewise FANCY ARTIC ">
winter. numerous ;
him, and Jtho matters thereof decreed accordingly gaining, is certainly a mailer of much astonish- fffl HE Subscriber lnuufodOr. Governor and Legislative Council of the same,-
WATCH REPAIRINGIs above which he will dispose of, to and csnntry
but furiher'orderea of contuue And whereas also, a law was the Governor 10"1
; is a mucb should have exist passed by -
th'a copy inent. That so suffering JL
'tha. order'be published' fu some'one of the news ed fur without discovery or attended to with a much ability and prompt. business in all its branches, and keep constantly and Legislative Council said Territory, on friends ariddealers' on the most liberal terms, at
ages any any medicnil at in the Southern on hand ageueral which he of. Wholesale and retail 21 l
; a any thop conn try. lortmenl the fourth day of March, in the of
printel in ti. 'r rritry, for four months preventive or cure is truly a subject muc fers year our Lord
)apr I ; but Dr. S. now assures the public that Jan : FREDERICK TOWLE. at wholesale or retail purchaser one thousand eight hrndred and thirty-nine, authorizing He has also endenore t meet tha public Ute,

ALFRED. BALSH, Judge ic.Aprils. .regre a remedy has been invented .will convincethe NOTICE. Sop 26 9 WM. H. FRANCIS and requiring the Distric AUore'of said by establishing a
1841.-4m 36 most credulous. Tho principles upon which it D UUING my absence from Florida, Baton C. Monroe street. Territory to institute proeed- Soda Water FonlU

DAViD S. WALKER are simple and plain. Il is an admitted fact Pope of Monticello,il my agent and atlorley. KIRKMAN! ; ABERNATHY, & IIANNA. ings against such Banking Incorporations in their on a new anJ highly improved pn'napls, wbi" .
ATTORNEYATLAW. &C. that this complaint whether called Sick Heideche JOHN t'. TUCKER. Commission merchants respective Districts, a might have incurred forfeitures makes and renders the Medical quality of t water
-- -- ---. -- ,- j jan 8 2 of their Charters
; or Nervous Headache, arises primarily from the New Orleans. by non-userand to prosecute more efficacious and agreeable
.WiLL5practioeinthe" Court of trie Middje Di.tric stomach-those who think they have the Nervous For Sale, Refer lt.K.Cailuimd, Henry Bond. iho amp tr effect so that the said Ch.rtll might PJEJPos-Famlly leclnl. sad Pl"-"
,Florida. Hit office lathe first, room tothe right Headache may rest assured that this organ, the HANDSOME I LIGHT BAROUCHE, with J nn. 17 1839. 24tf be declared: null and void by the Judgment of the supplies,e.refully put I ibe molt striCt

.over J' #. BuU ssjo're.iri, 'allahuseewhere he mayS stomach is the first cause, thai the system has become A harness complet for two horses, by proper Courts in slid District,- whereas, attention will he bestowed to the accuracy and execution

always b(oun"c I vitiated or debilitated, through the stomach, Leon.Feb.8.. WM. M'NAUGHT. STAGE LINE Charles S. Sibley, Attorney of the United States of all order

Dr. A. M. RANDPLPU1JAVTrG and that only through the sarnc cllnnelaua they U. 4. BERNARD'S' From Columbus, Ga., to Apalachicola, Fla. for the Middle DI6tric of }Florida prosecuting for The subscriber hopes through auiduityand shin"
located himself Tallahassee, of. expect a restoration of the latural healthy Dysentery Diarrhoea Summer Four Horse iPost Coaches.Via said Territory, appeared oo this day, on behalf to business, to ewgago and merit a
professional services te thr public. functions of the system. This object Dr.Sphon's Remedy fo of said Territory, and by him the Court here public patronage.

Hen tn'be ( *atlhe office of Dr. J. H..Ran. remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The Complaint, Colic, Cramps and Spasms. is given lo understand and be inlormed that tbesaid ROBERT L. BAKER.'

-. dolph" on Monroe trgct. I' S truit of this position cannot b controverted, and IN all tho above complaints, this Medicine has ""The Merchants' and Planters' Bank of Mag Dec. 26 m No.3. Berr, .B *l

JtfaySfi, ;4fif sooner sufferers with headache become a certain remedy, both to children and nolia" at the county of Leon, and Middle District NOTICE. .

convinced of it tho sooner, their suffering end adults. Numerous testimonials are given of its aforesaid,hath forfeited its Charter, and all the or taken from the store of the late Cram
C. MIL EB, wil which be seen where the Medicine is Florence, Fort Gaines, Blakely franchise and LOST QUARTERMASTER'S
in restoration of health. Sphon pledges his, efficacy may Potr'6an I'rivilegesriglt immunitieslherebyconferred NQIM& LiMAit, sundry
Fare : professional reputation on this fact. The remedymay sold. Prepared by Robert S. B.rtd. Norfolk, Va. Bro. Ferries, Ga., and Irwinton. by RO-Ur, he hath prayed that a CERTIFICATESamouBtiag Ja.

WiLSON WRIGHT, At CO., be had al tbe apothecaries. For sale in Talabuse. by icire facial might issue according to law, to summon to about $((1000. One o/ the said Certificate

43. Poydrayf Stret, In all acidity or sourness of stomach, this remedy sep 4 A LEWIS. ONLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum the said ""Tbe Merchants' and Planters' Bank made payable to Kennedy Rouse; another loAKmas

Naw-OaLraNa. is sovereign and invaluable; I a general 'family Forty Dell Reward. .to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches, of Magnolia," to appear before this Court, at the Ali : and the rest are made payable to the la.

medicine it It now adopted by many of the RA NA WAY le subscriber, residing in n I level and beautiful road along the banks of' proper time and place and shew cause if any it firm of Spengler Ljman,Tallahassee.
1F r"ibe, ,,Superior? Court Middle' DI.I. most respectable rali"a It never sickens the Madison county, a very likely MULATTO he Chatlalmochee River. couldwhy the said Charter of Incorporation should All persona are hereby wanted against porctai

tet or IUdH" a" stomach or produces any the unpleasant effectsof GIRL,named Francis, aged about 18 ; says, when DAYS OF DEPARTURE.f not be repealed and declared null and void.THEREFORE ing the said

:AIN( CHA! CE.Y.) physic. questioned, that she belongs to Mr. Fisher. She I From Columbus on T' "*days and Fridays, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED Dec 5. 18 crtcat A.NOTiCE. SPEGLE

S G' Norwood A.1ornul Directions for use accompany each bottle. la been fur some time in tho neizlborhocd of 6 o'clock A.M. That you make known to the said .
Between Andrew -,| E. SPHON M. D. T.Uah.ue and is supposed FromChaliahoochee the ""Tha Merchants and Planters Bank of YALVA"
an4 /. and yet on same days and same Magnolia, anbsciber offers for sale, bl
U'lel, Moore trade under Proprietor and Inventor.For same place. The above reward will be paid for her time after the arrival of tho U. S. Mail Boat from and all President. Directors, Ca.hier and Stock.holders THE PLANTATION on the Arffloo* .",

the name, style arid firm of doors sale in'ran. a.e. by apprehension, and all reuonable expenses, if de. Apalachicola,via lolsand meeting at Fort Gaine tbc.or. that they appear before the Judge being the East half of the N. W. qwt"

tf Jatksonlfor'therns: )Vs's and others Creditor eb2 47 ._RANDOLPH I LEWIS livered to A. E. Harris Tallahassee, or tot Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. of our Superior Court, of the Middle District of 1 tion two, township two-range one, Norla 4 ae
-------- ? TM t va, to New will find this Florida, tor the of! the fourth l'"
S 'who' come In and contribute,&c. Filed i.tCompaianL'and I.dl J'11L& Orleans by far the cheapest! county LO. on ( the West half of the N. W. quarter of weton
may Copartnership. N. B.-If the.aid negress is harbored by awhile and most expeditious, well the and Monday in April next after ef this writ, and EastA
John B. Keen. & Feb 1840.aryC.nter have' this I & .rel township two, range one, North
of William THE euberibr day entered into man, the extra sum of $40 will be given for most comfortable way, as it intersects the great or such other time I the court may be adjourned the Cast half of the N.E. quarter of feetwi "
administratrix .(general commission and forwarding the detection aud prosecution of the offender.' Brunswick and Florida Line at Challahoochoe to, at the Court House of said county of in and ?

Center' lately deceased, Defendants. merchants, under. the style f of McNaughtdtOrmond. Hickslowu, Madison e aug 15. 3Dissolution making a travel of but 30 hours by stages through, the City of Tallahassee in said county to Lon. if township known two the, range one, North !
Fuller or f.
the Co'nrt affidavit, that the McNAUGHT. I Bcmbry
ITT tho whole from thing they for themselves have, or can
ppa"to bl' of route. Tire Columbus to Mobile, any say, There ia about 160 acres of ,
JL Iti ; one of defendants aboveuamed JAMES OR IUND. 54 hours. why the said charier of said of"The op *
of "this Leon Jan 20. 1640 26Goctenhofer THE Copartnership existing under incorpratio fertility of soil, may Irt8iS!
: beyond; (Jie Port and Planters Bank .t
ja'rYietio For Ihe should '
ri. iiauie and style of Baown Soart to the state < f York is con.siderdd'ud the and WILLIAM CADY. not be repealed,annulled and made void and all the bt
dc Davies, in Tanning Curryiog.Busincssis this date I. a few yard of the great Arawoia l
ordire4th&tth.s&id d id.aL Mary1.ntaa CORIiriI8SIONjnEBCIIA dissolved by mutual cOD"n Chattahoochee. J.nuary1 1510. 37 tf liberties, immunities, rights, privileges and franchises pasturage cannot be surpassed io the.o .'.-

adai tr'pf William> Centr, I litel Ifnsoeaand. NEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. The 1Ulle.will hereafter be carried on in the by the same confined by, seized into possession ia also a new well convenient to the dveUiaft11. *
'answer said complainants I' NOTICE. and control of and farther "
.-H.Bond Esq, name D. GALBRAITH, who is au- lid Territory plenty of ezcelent water.
ibillof omplau4'iithin four months from the eat Jfessrs. Belton Fisher, tborised to settle the affair of the late concern. I THOSE who are indebted, either by note or to do and receive wa the said, Court then and Thu purchaser can have from 2 to 3 :1
S said & to the late firm of there. in shall consider and direct and
tvDwie.t1oeof; ; i ore,0erwie bi Kerr&Kirksey, THOMAt BROWN Gorman and j thi'bhll gence. There ia now growiag, a fine .
wi"i "ko' 'c' f.r orre Tallahassee.Messrs. Dec 19, 1840 21 P. GALBRAITHFOB H&I, will call at my office and settle the same you are cemmaded to give notice of the on the farm, suitable for the purchaser. .,
). at va IB iwv wi i newp.. Coo. immediately.By institution of this proceeding, by publication here
re Molyneux.'Wilherby, caOW.
srs printer aJ published at TallahajiMe iathojtri6t 4' .ierpo SALE. so doing the costs of action at law will be of, in some publio nwlpape in the Middle I
afetald, once s .* fmentb.'I -March 23, 1840.' .& small assortment of Drugs, Medicines, &c., IUe as nil claims unpaid, will Le put in suit at ef Florida,for the space of three months fra OiL I J.I,4,4J8. -
11 DaUd di 31s|. a4y of peoember. 1849. S NOTICE. suitable a country store. Apply at this court having jurisdiction.JOSEPH. day 01' the dale hereof, and toat you make returnof : NOTICE. "

""' ALF&ED BALCHtjudg9 & stolen fiom the subscriber Office.- : BRANCH.Feb. this wri. and of your proceeding thereon, O i THE Subscriber i desirous of renting "&
Attest, x> STRAYED or a Cotton Weighing- 13, the day of tne next ieru of our hid court. and Negroes "1
miles 18C.George
Addison T. W 01T.UahaN
of John ,Jl ; subscriber, appointed Weigher of Cotton Wrmxss. RICHARD : DIIIJf''
f Go WELLFORD Estate of Edmund Brook
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u C. sorrel HORSE with blsse T
a bright In of an act aMhe last Edgley arrived in town. Clerk of said 1
P1er pnrsuauce passed session i ha our court, this 18th day Jefferson Couatl. $or- next .
or in his face, hind fc"et white, emma J 'a saddle-mark on 'of'the Legislative in. Digger is his profession A. D 1841 be 1e "
.fje|| Ba CouDci respectfully January, and Term will atde knows;opoa
.._-._ HAKOSOME' f" TWO- his bu. Any information of said horse, will bec forms Ihe public that be pro lo weigh Cot. Where be wants to t be well known of the Independence ef the United Slates year Me Thomppon A ;,: t. "
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TORy and delttsr
I aeknowIeJged! nyprn' ton either iu this city or at the Railroad Depot,- And cash is his decision. 4 an; of America. at

FJA foflHiaiMee SlfoBE; tfsar, eligibly the cintrs siteS .ofitmllorl for.kin U'eKh>r'of pe Rdblic ,1. "". Hisicales are manufactured a the Mme place 81 IL G.WELLFORD, Clk. te Wi\4.EL'JI.h Cll'VA

see.shall be duly rewarded. those used the United Strayed S
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*i Leo*. 'A II1.urdcri1r1I't S S' 'M SON W. Slat rn.r.ly. (and TROM Quincy, about six weeks .ine..a SOR..L' d"tDJ E V.
WJLLIAMS by the weighers of eottnn of is the .deS ) tUfS .
lira 'ikwi. il hereby given.of .f foregoing _
: { -oa food fcufhy. Weif 9X city ; RELI'IORSEaboutfourjearsoldwith three NOTICE pr. .
Deett, $1840 .
: and have been examined .
ly ( In. to
t, tboe* w Wl f'". I white a blaze the face. A liberal &1 pn..mentionec .4.1 u < '
i.Wt feel in reward 1.--
t t of scales and weights of said city and an earned
and spector pro u .
iup.riorYOke diRd
tlb" > A orOxe.young given for return,pr ftriaformaiioo ter.i a&rbl DPRRIOR
,d Price 10 OUAL1TTri pU"
orleighing bale.
.5 M'HAUGHT, f QaMOn.r.44A ," 'in rood erdar, for s crret. per where he can be ( ,Apply at thi. descii ,
free. JOALBRAIT; H D. M. SHZTflZLDWsigher of CeUon.: "S otel. i of the Middle District of &.
$ t 12 S F bI3 Mara I

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