The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 17, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ncerled the uual rates.Communication -

'AcJrerliiemenli ind other article for mwrtion iOUS FAIR" a ptdctUSoot young sum Lke4iai p r-

R uii- chasing a cigar when the bopkeEtpkind
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pIper .__ .- wist thaIoxrtopk
t nt Editor. m D-IID-CD1T nImm.mIDo : itii ril D ih3. l enough favor him
Letter oiiluMBfm connected with the eitb.rnent.to I i a l INs.W1 CD.rite oneout. -He take ap.one exatnuMftjl: frbn

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._ BI"idc.--UY tit:. .uiY.Vc : form an irregular network over this surface mad until obstacle violentI their Jives in the service and I
NOTICE.LLL i vagaries same by a venturing public throws it -do WD because perhaps it,is opt

Laving any demands .vain"lJulm. I mISS her from tIle c hall" 'of mirth, I each one shooting up a few feet high its fan.i I arrest, ruptures the harness so as to leave yet so distressed. There is not a single I properly twisted;: is rather* .dark, or,li_fat, in
home is aimer! hearth, like branches. ;
A pcn-ori, late ur Je c"on county, deceased: I Her by u ( I |them free,or aaupset brings them necessarily shoe or stocking to be had in this part of the color ; or it maY te that it is too sheet. ,He

will -lea* wider them properly attested wiilnu And gold' and gems no longer grace ; The hammock land is, generally compara. to n stand-not t stand-still, however, as they world, or I would ride a hundred mile

the time p1' 'cribed bj Jaw, and those who are ....jWT. I I The loveliest daughter of her race ; lively low ground, with a stream winding f prolong the embarrassment by kicks and jerksof through the woods, and purchase them with takeaupanetherwkhbopcsofreetiflgWithbeUer foe faults
deceased will makeMnentto j scccesc: but same appear.
indebted William to the Budd Biiid, Esquire,, Monticello And She dwell her in a kmdiei recludrd spot her, through it, or water standing within sbasin. the most spiteful and vehement character, my own money-for you'll consider that the ,And so it is the; cuMlL every iostanee 'even

Cho authorised agent to settle Mid Estate vain name not, I like centre. These hammocks combine all until exhaustioL brings it to a close. In eith. wea'her here must be different from that in'', after fingering anil rejecting a Aezen of
in baffled
hwy HENRY WOMBLE Arhn'r.I Save deplore pride. ( sorts of growth excepting the pine, which er case, the teamster finding that he is a fifth New Jersey; it is very cold now I assure them. He thinks k in just.as possible' to getonetobisfancywhichisieryhaidoplessei
The fortunes of the exiled Bride.
NOTICE. I I j trees does not thrive iu such close company. wheel in.the affair, nnd runs much risk by you. For God's sake, my dear sir, upon the I

I rl1lIos : who hare served as Juror since,the I Many of the trees, however, are vjuite lofty keeping the same taddle, generally tumbles receipt of this, collect all the shoes and that be box full of before
Reid Martha! of The exquisite and tutored stOCk.,1 as sees a cigars
of G fong
, I appointment Leigh !others of a more humble stature, occupyingan out of it very easiy in the confusion. It is ings you'can, and send them off for him and he res. tut ,alas' for
District. of Florida will receive what That o.irc entranced this radiant throng I II ; so peI'leY
, the MiJlJle* them by callnit! at the Marelial'k office.lldu She murmurs now m woodland bowctn, intermediate height, while still lower down ,! sometime, of cours;, after such an occurrence in light waggons; a couple of two horse wag. human bopes Finding, at length, the shop

I GEORGE E. DIN: IS, I). :M.rriliC t.fcb. i. Amid fie stars, aid trees and ilowers ; i ficrubs, hrubsvines and parasites of all kinds,!I before order can lx restored, and particularly I!r gons will bring a great many, which may be keeper beginning to grow impatient and

t8.s1. 31 Yet one thall bless thocyren la i vegetate in wild luxuriances: as an under 'I before damages car be repaired ; it being es. I distributed among our several regiments who :j watching him rather scrupulously, be finally

l\otiC( And in thoi-c daik tCIarml jnzo} I : growth, and becomes at (the most thrifty part I! teemed great luck 1 f they are reparable under I I I i will be altogether at Tyconderoga, in a few i through shame, rather than back out without
would inform all those indebted I I
subscriber ] of the season a matted to I such circumstancesTo days-if breeches and waistcoats be
i mass, impervious .. any
I either notes, account, or And jo ochly the hours fhail glide I .purchasing, dashes his promiscuously
to jm,, Ly essump. the and ilrnost to (the feed this number horses either'''ready send them but do not wait for I h
eye impenetrable ,
body. largi along
that lie *'IJ: receive payment for the same, if O'er ti.e fund lover and his Unde. I ; I I into the box, and brings out one full of i.
pill made 'ifh.anjj aUftw! live per cent premiumon I It i id deemed safest to be on the pine bar. at night or during lie day, is an easy matter, ,;, them, if the shoes and stockings are ready ,'perfectitms, which he finds out when he

LiHiof the Uuun Bank, of Florida or Southern Fair girl, rest calm'y! in thy hli", I\j rens as they atf.rrJ a chance for a look out.- I as each wagon has ts own provender ; but itj;: and the others not. We have despatches comes to make use of it. If this is not the

!Life Jn,ursnce and Trust Company. After the Thou \\ertnol formed for scenes like this; I. Besides the hammocks are not passable l for is not so easy to waer them. Certain places from General Gates this morning informing I[[ with punctilhous young men in making

Iflvb collection of .April,in next the, all hands: his claims tf 1 an attorney vul! uc plac, tvwjl 'lIu)d. For feverish hoji-s and jealous fdar>, I wagons, witho-it! much causeAiaying p.xcep.I are known on farnilar routes as furnishing : that! he hourly expects to be attacked! by the j choice. way of a wife, then we don't know good

ftr; be authorised to receive vaid bills at the same And hearllcbs t>mi us, and hidden tears. ; I ting at their narrow parts. They spread out I I abundance of watei and at these, piu:
.,:et,until the return day. Thy gay companion.; mourn thy doom, I and contract ill a most capricious manner, I I always made. A lot and dusty day makes boom is thrown across the water from Tyconderoga -:I I t I for young men to take tbe first cigar that

ALLX. rORMY DUVAL. Think on their fading bintlcs und bloom, : and not always at the mo.t convenient points. j, the thirst of the animals almost intolerable, to Mount Indepeadence to prevent comes to hand.

Uirch :C. :i841-tf_:35 Their, lee.:ings worn und tried !j' But it is necessary to comfort to these irregu. and their impatience, when approaching one I the enemy's shipping from getting be. I I

JEW BOOK AXD STATIOAR1" "llr.ll laritie and bend the route to suit them. This''II luw us, therefore 1 trust with the ef' of
And ''e\l'; fur Ihi-m- unrig h.&lp' Lr.de ; of these well remembered restaurants, is al. ;| Art of being II.ppy.The happiness

ESTABLISHMENT. I, often causes wide deflections from a "bee''', most uncontrolable. It i is only by much Almighty: God, that we shall disappoint their I. families ; consequently, by a regular graduation I
T lIE subscriber has jubt received a FBLI. AS Far from the world's: (!e titful maze lime." j management and gord order that four or five wishes and sanguinary purposes. But shall: the happiness of the whole world, depends .
wETMEVTof Books Ac.
1 oftrittiIetIe Stationary, Thine are calm niLits and peaceful day*, I When the tram first starts, there is gciera1.ly j hundred anim lis. order such circumstances the brave troops from *Yeu Jersey stand in the much upon women. We ought, therefore -

cociutioc BLANK BOOKS: And iri-ndthip'b ".1111, and lo\ c's cari.ai, [ considerable difficulty, particularly if the !i are duly refreshed without accident or a lines, lialrleg deep in snow, without shoes or to consider this life as a short passage ;

Median: D-mi audCJp,-LcJgere, Joinuii.Day: Halloxv thy JioUbchold happine* : I[ animals have hud some days rest. They melee. stockings-God forbid. 1 shall empty my I I to another, which is both permanent, happyand .r

Bwki, Invoice Book, Records, r Ileteipl Books. Tlien. in thy guarded home renal, I are fed high at such intervals, as each driver I The encampment at night: is always a portmanteau of the stockings I have for my glorious. Ii

B.uikBnk Note Hook-;. Bill B.)ok -payable and \Ve would! nut v isli thee here again, has much ambition about the sleekness and beautiful own use on this journey, excepting a pair to I Let husband be the of joy .
Lofty trees wave .
fI'ctir.ble.lrlnoran1unl Bor,k#. &.C., A.C. I I very scene. I i j a partner your
CHOO1. tO IK : And ever may good ungcl guide plumpness of h.s. team. The majority of' around; the sky is generally clear, and in take me home-but this i is a drop of water ia [and be you the sharer of his troubles. Con. J

AngeUe chool CI\"IC": rW'f NCt 1 tO G. Sini1.'i! *Ui'> )in afi't\-:rc"l'e' Bride. i these animals arc mules, which are conbid- such case, in 1-1"rid", must be brilliant, wheth. .the ocean. In the utmost haste, I am with I suit him and confide in him. Upon all occasions

BiiO (;ra iliflid r, \\'uodl'nd"e'. Geopraphr ; Savannah ered more hardy than the horse under draughtand er the moon and the sars shine together, or ; much esteem, I da him honor. Treat him with kind.

anJ AtlaK: W iltr!1 'iV" (JeC'r.pll} l ) and Ai.a, I From the Rcpulican. bear scant} f feed better, when once th-. (the stars alone appear, when they louk down Dr. sir, I ness and tenderness. By softened dignity, .i
OiivV Gcjjrs;' hy aiit! Atl-it': Walkei"* Dirtionarr.P.sv I :
; tar's.;rJ'hd< D,}""* M!;bra, Valpy' Orerk i I TiE FLOltH.THI: : roughly- subdued, and if kent irenerallv at with a lustre i'lcreavd! a thousand fold UD- : Your most ob'dt. Servant, I united__ :__ with_ z._ delicacy__n-_. endearvor_____ __ to__ keen;_ alive_
G '. tircthReader. ; I! '1'hioe whl aTus'.omcd: to only comI work they are patient d't ; but RtCH'D STOCKTON. I I8. in i his; breast ; fervent affection and
Grammar, .1"? ulliiftli rauimar. Jact>i! :rf I II enduung; ,,011 the dark earth; the fire rnadt of the Flom.da I a pure ,

dSIll'.l.l\till G ird.mmarN".iuoral -f't-Ulllf I I nion faciltn-s of Mipjihjup dilicrent: cuniinu. when bringing under subjection, or when -light wood, (that is, the fillen pitch : CLAKsCq. I use the power which this conduct! will give

B,ul. UtmeiiaT: Spelling:, B<, k. Cops llt.ukf. I' nines \Mthliattln .\' eat, drn.k und \\cur, they have waxed fat: in idleness, they are the pine trees, which may have been drvi'.ig:, for you over his heart to draw him to the sense

SUtM! I': l\t'I""., {;,\.h'llfl'iATIOR1; 15 i nl'li.: V<- V. 'I I, can lia\c little idea of the means and aPPII.I most wayward, and obstinate: of creatures I, an age) which bhiz-s from the first to the County Essex, ) **. and practice of that duty, which will not only

. }HodsoaV, FiulitTK, Aiman'
Wr.til linn l..-Jtr I''r, ; F.ni: elope. Dia'\uv- counti \ like Honda: w liere none of these fac. to see how exactly they agree to disagree, and! there, illuiiiirMing!! : the rough and swarthy Personally appeared before me Isaac Wood. Jour union through ages of unceasing

ancl'ur: .'.p I'all'r| ; I'ulio: 1'uM. ''oil)tIvfia) I I'ot i 11 i-js cvst, at leas! on land in order! to er CL. how successfully they contrive. if there be faces of the teamsters g Ithered immediately 1 ruff olle of the Judges of the Inferior Courts bliss.

"Id r.I.f-1 jf Bank; IVl Farrr l'iprr;, ;lIal'U.M 11'n"Jd.to'u',1) oilier dfKnption ,I this interchange.: Perhaps the Pcnlshun.. four, five or six of them In a team, to pull around! them, more faintly striking on parts of t for said county, Ephrunn Marsh, jun. of said An editor driving cOUI.-Th editor ofliii's

WI1IL: I'r..II'\e"!: i. KontV 1 B jk Inks ; Steven's !, Jan should\ be an exc<'pt-on. The number I. four, five or six different waat the sdme wagon co x-rs, mules horses farther off, and' county of full age and being Duty sworn [ N. II. Patriot-no less a personagethan

Hlue -InV. .11 "pmlJ' > <"lId J ''tar81J..J'I'S; : and, I I. of t WHguns \\ hich sstili jn- cen heaxily nuiv.iig time. Hence, accidents often happens on still more feebly glimmering on remote objects ; Deposeth and saith: that sometime in Februa. an ex-U. S. Senator, e:.Govemorofa

Krnl't K,'d Inn: : Gi-'rmu: : CopyifiJ Ink ; SaudiKixe 1 over }hie n.ittte inouutuins, riotvvithstrftid the threshhold of departure. }Harne-i--.es and sending up a ruddy flush into the air a. ; ry lat, past, he this Deponent was on Staten State, ex-Sub-Treasury of the United Slates

*. 'Ir.fcMH'idufft mpF.: 1'jniii.r and j jminer iug the canals and rail rOtds that intlrt'ct. break, tongues snap, and all manner of small ,':'altfwllile the escort, which feels responsible ; Island in Company: with Cortland Skinner for New England, &c.:, &c.-givcs the following
.\J111' hUt, j i"too. 't. Wack: :'IJld, \\ ate h (.f .Ii ro.lrs them F! iridd inland] I ; for and William Luce and Philip Van Cortland, who
the afc'v of lives
ujiproaili nearer to < .tr.raiigeinents troubles! arise, be!i ics some of u more serious : these many account of his morning's avocations
.n. *'to''. ?Cg '1111!, ; J'TlH't': i\Hdl'I are all, or have been eaid to be Officers iu
I'i3. anf" "o'nll.011u".j IVciK, : I 1.( th'r fcit tIIir'" I than ; \tiling presented bother character, such as an overturn, &c.: tits amount! of public! properly, being disposed ; the British Service and that the sd. Cortland 'To save the time of our man to work in

, I'enkmufc. Dt! l t. IIH' ', Inou Ku'jtur. t.e.'t J I H'cl'onsof l the cnuntrv.. ; The mules are not always in fault, mischievouslv (,l.at proper points has sentinels gazing all I Skinner the garden, we are on hand at five o'clock in

. A I.MlB'.arA I Ii I, At t'jc' I Pilatka. Depot on tlc-! St. J..hns, : inclined: as they appear to !m. The night at the woods around, under an appreheiitiou who is Called General Skinner, mile and
the drive the
i : B-.HI'ipi'NEi'U: ; : I.tdinr'Jle.: of iiaii', ... I Icrunsc j I the in Florida there i I that bush conceals asked him the Deponent he knew where morning to cows one
( Inrgost: ,) is a tram now teamsters though t find; of their, teams when ,. many a tree or a half and back it is three
? Drifu 'lusic! ':''. BloUin Tiipcr, i\ay- \ ; that Domn'd old Rascal Govourner Living. u to pasture-Out
f in rauiunetitvhich: } i-mbraccs s In: Card<, 1 Eitctuc'i! patentoputg l"hfi MMI] |I Iit stun was, ( .the Govourneur ol the occupies one
.. Each af wajjons) lia. from gry as the team grows rc!tne. I His I sell less moment to will a scalp. Under such I meaning hour of
appaul" "r.I; lc. !! t\t'St' of New more profitable! for reflection than O 1e \
: state and the sd. 'Cortland
_._ fnir to six horses or mules and of co .r.!e aIrRer. I command fails at thef'n' time when circumstnnces.th sentinel often puts his hand Jersey) book before

; The Hook UinderyI j jh ( ThU formt m ayt.gjte of merfour most 'needed. 1 He seems to ply the whip to the crown of his head, and ever keeps a j Skinner farther said unto said: Deponent that dozing breaktast-over some is agraad] or exercise newspaper both of mind
ad! tunus Jf! nk ID I Idnc :if he would Bring over that old Damned
I aF'iccn'inurC. wnt-ie u< rn look
lnjudrcd, animals, aid hundred only the faMer HH he sets thai cncli trlJ"e'olly bright out.
and We the
; a' xed i"uc.a; I erelniop'. nllilk'urtt.: nearonc Rascal (meaning the Govourner af'sd) thatit body. gather day's experiencefrom
(f ail G.'C.I'I"I; ;' 1l1.' to nr, -t'r. and ru'ed': tnaiij' i nun. Hi troopwhich are lo up- m.ikt-H mailers w IIr. f'. Be idesllt: Ita!. It mu-t I be recollected; that this train pass I would make his for forever for the every man we meet who has the wis.

J'lurru'II1aM.* f..r I itk!!, I'uUiiOffieoi.. M tt'r- i j [plied) b\, tins train form two Keginvnts!, ai.d according (to the arrangement of hi' harnr& ,, e* through a wild and hostile country, beset : mi n it that be was delivered en Staten, Island dom to rise early ; we are soothed with the

taint? ami lo''Uandu! lolliT li auk U..',"". tan obtaintd, filr I Deponant, Should Receive Two
weeks fora fit
ixtiniivs.. At the Posts thi-re st is His days perhaps opportunityto i
bout are, m! required. government ovc-r it Thousand whose early music is wafted on the air while
t! ir.n notire, ru.f'' and !itoui.d in any ttyle TV- Guineas and a pention from the
besides the men, perluips a hun dred and filly is very: eli 1.1 times 'If order and submission, hed blood with the possible hazirci.: They ; indo e:1ce i is asleep. Reflection has a glorious
J.lcd; and Mar-iu.iu trjua" 'o IS'orliirrn or eumiuura \ Crown of Great Brittasn During life, the same
IItlll'r ; u' I' rr.iuiur: attenlion paid Luybdtn animal0. Such a combination of man undIx'Hft : but i U utterly powerless, when rebellion pre 'I attark a large (rain, it has a formidable look, words William Luce and opportunity ; and as we write for two
I was Repeated
: o\J\ l I iti, "r. Nrttn :'aji'-rs.MMgst ,',, I am- ,IIhcli 'i causes a lar;c a*.d currant' : \for mb- vails. On rein, as a guide to, or check! upon : which may deter them, though, in reality, Pralip Van Cortland who by farther said that if newspapers, for the farmer and politician, we :

llwc IJ1bks, t4idiD. l', aicli .aiieriK. ) Deponent
tlr i ;( nil ai.d not as ui.likely to a ,iswer l the ei.d \ tf.rce. While winding:, through the-pi ic barrens
Tli' .al-ocri'.cr. t'1..kfu! f.r the patrona ,: he ftooi1. they tire ronsjmere. purges, ; III view &IS auI meaning the Life of tbe Govourner aforesaid please our readers as much as it fills eur
I'that could be devised. Pcnnsvlvamans think not much apprehension is felt, thoughthe
1 Its Iltlt'lof.rr ttP1V.d !ioj." ">", by a flri-t attctiti'iriin.Mne.i r producers. ; it would answer the the said Depo heart with grattitude to the Creator of such a
III ,tii -.tIICt I a -o-.t.i.udii 4I: ilic hnrne, Tne day before this train goes out on i iu.er. ':)othervvi of course. They, if they had pilme:to affords abundant shelter (as Maj. nant farther saith that purpose the twentieth world.! "
on day
I'. A. 1 II! \ Y\\ :lU*. rand of nil: the come M : t their way tIl'Y: would drive even all the stage Dade's(! party f' und) f.r a lurking foe. The
Ta.hall'4.o\: I--10 |10 I per\ejanri- uagnns; I of May now Last past he was again on Sta.tei Three or four naval vesueU have been lost
( coaches the .places where most anxiety is felt, and the 1
froni their to the Depot, to b.- loaded |! over Alloghanwith only one
-- yard up.! :
Island and I
Lauds for Safr.PVKSU. I caution is observed is the in Company with one Cor. and never beard of, viz : The sleop-of! war
If most at
beautiful t Ic, !: rrii.: a man were to to them the
This Pilutku : too suggest Ir.
yard nt .s I spot hnml1ocks'l tain Buscark who is said be Col. in the the
NJ i i i iicviuuo noti( -, he A pala. I As the train of to Wasp, Captain Blakely lost during last
of lour in the of their approaches one
br> thus Rut! it \\ .roi\fnient: I use reins management;
L J C iflr for salt end who said
BritishService the said
U :inpany' till\\ <) appropriated. to Depo. she bad obtained victories over the
f nd dark of war ;
they would thtiik he had lost four;> masses foliage
tae: l'im l.jruiin Lt-oii < and \\arha httlp regard for eIiest'gas. any
: f'l.fIr. lo'.lnnii.p' nant was surprised Reindeer and Avon British oaf war
sloops ,
To"u :: >OIiiI1 Unitfe 1 La't, clionr, 7, 1C, : : in its arrangcrncntb. About a quarter I of his five eme. Still, one rein, where number of Indians could be hid without giving Did off
: li, t U'J, Z ". :'j.; ::3. .;';. :3'j-:ami fricli".n' urJ!old of mil- tli the baLks Unc art* four or lOon: heads (to be controlled, the slightest evidence of their presence Deponent not Bring the Goveurner the latter sunk atter the action. She bad also
Depot, on
t .n .':'umi( 5. tj 1/J.10. 14. 15. i 17 ai.d 24 a almt and fr MrikiM all but the intmuted us a particularly the escort is on the qui vive, and that part of 1 of New Jersey or Take his life as that would captured and sent in several merchantmen,

., In 'J l own a j Suu Ji. UI'', I Kest: -,eei ions 1. 2.4. i the .St. Join s. \\ Liel is there biyh: awkward and defective The it which, i i. in the van moves into the shadowy t be a means of putting an end to the Rebel I and was never heard of afterwards. The

5. 8, 11 I lt:, 23, 1 Il.i. :.. :ij: '.'4. al.. fr l.Ilttll' ofi: ,f f-tai.cli a gro\f clf l' fiy trt-tfc. rutiHoting ol I lue arrangement.' and with rifles I lion ; and as soon as either was perform'd L'Cprrvier, a sloop of war. taken from the

and I'l.' ; oak. liickorx and; nUI Ifja--tJe: ]pridt; of tl.f wagon under such circumMances', is like a narrow path firmly I I the that Did it Should Receive Two British the Peacock lost iu 1815.
. lu T.*n i Sajt':., ranje 2 Iru--.ecl, rlu" :30 :sndt South \\ith much of ihc- vfs-e-1 with a helm that turns only one way. in hand and scats r firmly in the saddle, not person by was '
:n.: and .ficll tll .,1 f l'|, l'f..tI.I v"i.!' il\'ry grey mltS I who the first Thousand 1 Guineas for their Service, and I She was sent from Algiers with despatches
drop as
True as the mule horses choose knowing may warning
H t is long I or
i from tIiir! luwcr that cannot
In Ton : : uUi, ran;i2! 1a.t-.rulI': : t, T, liatigij 'tu( the vo.:' e or the signs of the teamsters. danger. w agons successively
ami flllhlCl'ft a, .. IK tuit t9.{ I IInTu l I.: mr;'a!:'d i:: grandeur: and, Io\ cIiti- obey for the time I EPHRAIM MARSH, jun. been lost on the coast of Africa, but was

/ n 1 :5u",I., rai 6" 1 We.ncti,<.n> 2i/, :.0 |, A 1 t lh<; uri !crgrwth has,; J>cen removed. uhile .ll goes right. And this is the case unnccssary noise suppressed Sworn before me this 19th : never heard of. Tha last case was the loss
and .
31, 3 ;3J,3i Iud(ratIoIIb. ,ri3, O. 27, s, 30: and tint remaned; it WH' a hammock. H now gpnerallexcepting' in emergencies when each driver impatient to escape from the ,
of 1773.
I June of Hornet whose
of the
: sloop war painfully
:6. treacherous him h both
all the vain pulls only one wa\ coverts hemming on
} P.uk. ; ;.le trees an not too much} goewrong
a ISAAC W000RL'YF.StunEa.'fhmjs I fate is fresh in She
The tUronWii 2 S"uth. .a'lc i I Wett, cj'pt : Tlc ( at a lime when pulling alone can avail.Such .- sides, and reach the open barrens ahead. As mysterious our memory.
; ctiini2i.CiJ.35 and 3G.AtSl.iito I cruwdcd, nor :,rr tl\ two much scattered. was lost in the Gulf of Mexico, but no trace
he emeri in crack of the
the of the soon as s safety, a
; a puB brings court : the most
;. >1.50 j per acr1:1: current Uiil" of the Had they been nrratig, <*d as rustic pillars to wag":1IIItn )" is of her nas ever been discovered.-A. } Her
Tcrrilory.Titse the thick of foliage above a ciclc, and one of such short diameter, whip announces that he breaths mere freely vice attached to human frailty ; it 'enriches

L'nd. olft' advaiitac'.s for ji'asturf r.llltZu I'' mpport a canopy that doCs not canopy lot down one ray of that an Upset is inevitable\ unices a tree inter. and has already forgotton the peril left be. not the propagator ; but makes those against A dancing mister was taken up in Natchez .

elllvIlIOD! and superior TJlIit -r. }highest nid.daiy sun--no other better dis.have |Hi-e, u common case when the upset becom. hind. whom its shafts are levelled poor indeed.' recently, for robbing a fellow boarder.
CUll! .
t I -- -- --
will i he fur li lf ,
pttniont* required > M lion tie
anD kmall' frK.timiv .f b.c IfJHL /.IS:! purrb' tersOver I position could been made of them. Art ,I''cs a down break, or a break all to piece*?. ;I From the A'cw Jersey State Caxetlc.r'upublislicil I In its circulation there is nothing but the I. He said he commenced by cheating the printer .

thee niay be m ide on tl.c: !>uil lerm (,f tllf' i could not in this case, for such a nmple purpose -.I It i is truly surprising that this fashion got I worst passions of the heart to gratify, without and after that every thing rascally seem.

r I ConlpUt}:thUllI, 1.4llll11 cMhbiiJ 1,2 an. 'ear, ) have improved upon nature. Cast your into: use. Neither co.nmou sense nor con. : Revolutionary Documents. I the least t honorable consolation left to ed to come easy to him.
fur Jlllj agent of tIle otucr 3 4uls. aloft and this most magnified.. vcmcnce could have suggested it, UF: it must 'justify the nefarious act. It is said that 13a.
t Laud"'IGad dt-lIl1nd, L'-on. tnjitaMp cxc'u-ivdy! j eyes \( \ ftC hard] both the uf I II. I Col. Long of the U. S. corps of engineers
for culiivatiu(1! ) roof look below and you s c:-not precise I be to acquire' or part mmand When time present Secretary of this State tan had a job in contemplation which he was I
will | ;
toe soLd j
< Red river
% 0 av usual (HI i application has of the
] beast. it was the natural result I ashamed and the I just completed a survey
10 John CarnwU, 1.q.; it Apilaclucoij.or !!I IVie I ly lipplJdro.fi'c, but something aknjiu: one Perhaps runicinto, his office he foud there a u ass of to execute Hmself by pro.
I of I raft and is led to believe that the. $1,))00
of the fashion mount. : mise of of biibed old ,
SubucnLcr; ante *tltt'r* Hi preferred, l't tin-h hd hub tuaflity encamps, the .: equally objectionable iie-gleclwd papers, among which were many i, a purse moi.ey, an servant will suffice clearit
p'Jrfha'.eortlijrt.riil"-inolii-; prutded they" make ]j I I horses or males of each wngnn, after the I ing the teamster on one of the horses, mid revolutionary documents. One or two of of his to perform the deed, by vilifyinghis appropriated by Congress to

their Former arrarg'JnIClltIIlI,1n: a ouilable. lime. Pennsylvania lit) Ie, haltered to its wheels, thus making one of the team bear such a ; these [have already been published in thn pa. best friend and benefactor. The slanderhe out entirely, and keep the river clear.
purchas-rb from I.I3e who :rein !I : I
Company when lit the crib, which balances' disproportionate part of the load. Seated within the last few months. The Sec- invented eventually cost his unsuspicious
mrm u.th their payiriefltii, tr, n-spcctfulij re. ,: excepting per ,' Give him a Sugar Tit-A young married
queued to M-tile w.tn the SuUcnU-r. fir with Mr. !I on the tongue. The dri\er'8 or tcam \er'tf bedroom army where on the wagon, each animal would ieiar has now handed to us several others, I II I and innocent friend his life on the scaffold. I'I child, named, McClash being sued for a

.varjiucLau during; the ice:on. i is his wagon, on the bottom of which : have its share of this as well as all other i j which are very interesting, as is every thing I I The day came for the ingrate' to claim the debt in Baltimore, pleaded minority ; and his

J. R. r.UOWN, he fctrelchts himself out, his i I parts of the load. Connected with the history of tho'e days of'I reward of his treachery, when Beelzebub!
when it is empty: ) mother swearing that he was yet a baby, the
'erit Apa'aclncola' Lnnd Cainiuny.i towards him The roads in Florida, as has been describ.edare and od We ; :I placed the promised on the end
Ulnec at *\1r
-I 4 52 __ __ I I like so mall' bigns of the Z-j liac. I cut. or .traced. out to .suit, the ground day two of these papers, giving them as theyare !I I of_ a long. pole, and standing_ on one side of. a -
-10- DollnNtIct''ard.; .-' ___ I These wagons successively approach the and: obstacles 1.1: the WII y, and ol course are found with no explanations' except suchas deep ditch, reached it to the man on the A very luquacious female wrtnesvwhom

i STOLEN fr.iin 1'allahiiikeii on the 19lh nt.! a I store hojses, and are filled up with subsis. I;. very suc;)entine. It is quite a picturesque they contain themselves. The first is a I other who could not but inquire tbe cause of the opposing counsel could not silence, so far

; 3 h.re1ule, HI low order and ma1 1! lance arid forage orlinancc and other stores :.. sight to behold such a long suit of wagons, letter of Richard Stockton, father of the late \, this extraordinary procedure ; (to whom Satan kept him at bay, that, by way of browbeat

I -aaiion J icark. ol wagon gear .bout her.' Any inl-r., i, too numerous lo mention according to the marked most distinctly Ly the white canvass : Richard Stockton, and grara .filther of Cnpt. I observed ;-' You are so much worse than I ing her, he excLiimed. "Why, woman, there

I.r\d Lite renpeeling aburr reward her,mil will be be thankfully her recf'l.ed.1| wants *f the time. This is a busy bceneand .' covers, winding its way over these barreny : Robert P. Stockton. The reader will find in i am, that I cannot suffer you to come any i is orass enough i h your face to make a ket.

r Mthn office. gucn on delivery 1 would compare.! Lutleand activity.wjth any a,id through thick hammocks, occasionally I it the blood and spiiit: for which the name is !I, nearer to me.' tle !p' "And sauce enough in yours (she in.

-l-'eb,13,1S41." I I I street or dock in the most commercial city. seen in its full length-perhaps stretched out':' prov'crbial.KICilAIlD. EDUCATION." She has finishedher stantly rejoined) to fill it."
. -1'o-j'Ji f --- -- !''to the of amile or two-thin only in FEMALE
piTiTLTc.lij 1. small and thecanvass extent .
When all filled (no job) "
'.,liE .ub.trlbt'r are I The ': education, said my friend. Finished At a recent ball at the TuilJeries, the ladyof
1 lost view. ruts
& informs c.Uacn 'I each load [ annon almost to STOCKTON'S I/ETT :R.SAIUTOA .
stretched part
is securely over
f.r 1'ald'illl! I educaiian said I just as though a from the Cotes du Nord bad her
", and mote fruc.rally the citifla 'I' ::Lire deep and broken, which keeps her young a deputy
: of K ofthe! S1jrroin<1ng| tountien of the Territory he wagons move off, extending: when in close generally continual hatter, while Oct. 28th, 1776. Iud> 's education was a stocking, or rather a head, ears and neck so encumbered with diamonds .
.. l'4Ofld&| aUool the adjacent ot Gcor- I order over more than half a mile, when an thf canvass tops in a Dear Nfr.liefore
counties :
it be
and the rather musical bonnet, and now was to placed ihr I that a wit remarked, : uladame-
nnrii he Jls f'lIlaLIa"ed l.uu.clfjn the I escoit ol I dragoons, perhaps from thirty to : the whip cracking, make (! : 1 lIen Philadelphia, Congress np.poilltr.d band 'tax, to be displayed to visitors, and seems to have borrowed all the. decanter
AND CHEMICAL BUSINESS, I forty men, a part in the van, the rest in the sounds of the drivers to their teams, a committee consisting of one member "
occasions. Mr. Editor husband's constituents.
I n the. city of Ta'l1h55.q.p. lit No.3Berry' Row, I ''the scene attractive; and cheerful both to the : and worn only on set II I[stoppers of her

.((.tit d arfrm lit Poll Office) I rear.The ''eye and the car. Now and then in the I II : from each Stateto devise ways protest against the doing up, and finishing off is maiden i'
Pilatka Vodclly.There a
The road leadhg from to Micanopyis the with c"lothingi! Maiden lady
qualet f1'1' lock of lcdicinw 4c. he I I' of means army : a young lady's education with her teens-
raft of alter ceurse of a trip a fright and a scamper a ] who is nice in
aar..lr level l consisting member for New'I Connecticut, so extremely
and(' &denl\y\ recominnd to the use over a country ; &c. As the appointed just ai that time, when she begins, if'she ever in
"r.t"rublit: hammock land. The : of the train occurs. Indeed there have 1 I II I I notions of female modesty that she turned )
; from tin knowledge and 1 long exP nate pine barren und part I Jeisej I laid tie resolution before our Legislature" does begin, to think. A man has just her ,
**nca IB jje basmcm with )his extensive i.e.QIILtaDe of theivng.leafed been instances where a whole train of some young 'I her washer woman became she her
former is covered with a lofty growth then setting at Princeton, and recom. of off put
mjth mOil'rflllrf''tab'e! Northern and have been struck with ,I acquired at oic.and>twenty, the element 'j
tie !'forty or fifty wagons, I I' the tub with those=ota
EITODfifl pinetho trees standing some yards .:i mended to then the great importance of their education and is study advantageously clothes m tame young
Hoarrs hU; *eections! can be relied on. and thrown in a few minutes all into prepared
t GenuDo.; apart running up in stately perpendicularitysixty ;''a ptfnic. outbreaks is'I!i appointing persons in every county; thoy were according to his own di'screti ; but,' man It was a sbeikingpiec&ofimiuode.'
of these '
I Dr. (:4aaieal P4 Unl Mdtcinu. Swgical In. seventy, and even eighty feet into the cOllfusion. The cause least I pleased to take up the matter with that zeal I a lady has dooe-finished-the circle I Iof ty, to be sure *' .s

14ItJ. P nJ.I,OW. Gajvorlrjient / aeldom manifesting tho slightest inclina. ''not always obvious. When perhaps I of it and deter. young
air which the nature required, 1 *
and she is
&id her science is need of the
, aD UteDive of lunch If Engluka.of :' and nothing is seen or heard to II complete ; : 1 stand in asuifl CUTS. as
towards each other, or interlocking o expected, take that t they might, intheir
tiin mined ta a recess, I for anv'station of life that may be (thrown in orioter's wife said when abe presented her
PERFUMER such effect a mule or too is seized .
an -
llkt.'I ., I single branch. This jealous independenceof produce little own persons the more effectually and berway. ,Now,'why in the name of common husband with a little responsibility.- ': I
Dum.rOUI FANCY ARTICLF.Sff : is almost to the pine in' with a freakand with very warning the business. I therefore .
peculiar execute hope
whkh l.. position speedily think and if .
bill not a woman : .,
diapolle to town and eoualry off the track in when the dri. sense, may '" "r'I'4 I.
rrtmd.lad.dealen, on the most libel l terms, at Florida. But it lias many advantages for flies a tangent, command that already a considerable quantity of she may think,:vrhy may ,she not study ,and i 03"We.understand,says tb* Kew-QrWs* U

Whoka,1f. ud retail I I war, as it admits of glimses of thing at .,, ver, with his rein, has no more round in shoe and stockings at least, may be proviJ.ed acquie profitable food for thought. : 444Fote.3OtbiWt.!: ., thai"j tie Cnit ? U
RsI1 IsoeodeaTored lo meet tbe public taste, I far beyond riLe or of them excepting to bring B and that will take immediate order for I
distance generally ha.n,1IOme W .
I by some than if were you There ,is a lady, 'of .whonrl States steamer CoL. .israsy, .started ys I
circle they
"L&.bin.r a I musket Beneath these pines spreads ,I periouely narrow I the sending a parcel.lo our regiments who her cdveafra "
Soda Water Fountain I range. nt loose ends. He pulls or lashes with that knowledge, that."fttutud by day nwrtuag.fpr Florida* witb.jfV jId: Cat
OD i new 'nJ highly improved principle, which I either a long, coarse, sparse grass, or the .,. of his are iu their,quarters. JCol. having peculiarly good advantage 4aa early andsli.iheInthan&tbat. accocopswed "
tnake5 and renders the Medical.uahtoi the waMacielnM '! palmetto scrub. The first..fter a fire whileit rein .with the, utmost strength of his Dayton's regiment ordered from She is now a \wife and mother'of six this place oa board. The objec&iniig, "
list age.
br'There eheioul lUll af"ecabl. I is quite young sad tender is eaten by cat. w o. o.oo.o.oes to the in vain.compass The slow Fort Sunvvix to Tyconderoga. Tbe Colonel children. She,plays well upou the piano," I then back, is to use'tbeir io&Jsncs ia p niua .

\ and Planta. tie but in most states ha as little nutriment guttural ability, but all and Major Barber came here jut evening.nd the In J1ors
h. tupph.., .srrfuUy paL and liw molt auict -mule l nil with one accord first sings ,sweetlyi) ;-< ance elegantly-, very I ding balance ofemigrate : ,
up and ,
atation will U I be i w6d t, the aau.ruland ex- in it as .o much wood Tike last throws outa patient first tth freak, and the .regiment is now within a few miles of polileVaic.l ;* ., :bat her,:''hosbanp:must, and 1-- r ; cifi.u. .:'
eeQt10 ni,>f iU W4erfc leaf like the upright palmetto but hu its of the wagon seized:1 the whim this place, marching with great rtar/ttfae, actually; doet, put all.the'children to behind .

'.itlot th rib.r bop srhrollcb nfd ityand at trunk.orbody4ways Jying wnand mostlyburiedbeneath then/of: as many ,utbers.as. catch the wiUba.'c,' but great:' part uf.the men bare focUd' and wu.aa', ,eare cSA WOIU ...Matdt t .Dl.-! 03-Tbe !; : an '
1tQe-' aDd pwrit tbmof "thor.e orlwM af precaution or luck with : x'nbtione JohnFaufieaiie "fof
tVre the vegetable' residuum that and barC'lfggcd. My.heart melts compas-" and u fo'f her table, th*Wd te nominated

bipMr.ite. ROBERT_' ,1 B ta. covrjthe. aurface. Tbeae traoka several it break Into V gallop,, load ,of no load, tbtu won foe,my brave countrymen who are thus that has ever visited his gs d.rnothei"s Governor,.at thi/eleetiofl next September.f .
trees continuing
) dash off among I
.Lfl. ,U No. 3. B'rrr.a. -' IJKUp Iftogtb and a fewjncbes ,io ..diameter

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:v *-COdabe); iithis United 'Robbery the fjrfderitk ..."... _-. -. .._.. A
.Tour: in the of County Bank. - ''I Mr. N.'Daniels. The.memory of Gen. ourselves-afreah at her altar
tone, 'By r
hoiTdfra ,,
I ifitatet," thu* speaks.of.tbe probable results of Recovery of portionof tkt Money.-From THE FLOUIDIAN that Packenbm'replied.position a.a ensign arrogant was not al.tered !. 1 Leigh*Read. ever again be assailed, we will bethe '"

t it .war betweeoUhn', country and England. the Baltimore American we team that the TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA : tt according to his wishes.within a quarter By the president. 'The United States : last ,trench around the .floating ren j

e Coming' ittdoe money that." raa .toAcr from .(his bank has The of her institutions sheds a lustre : of our country. standard
u \ ,, from a Britfrh subject, in. been recovertd of an hour, be would himself take it down. purity

..aueneed.by DO. particular leva .ftroucccuntry I with the 'exception of abouttwenty.eight EDWARD R. GIBSON, EDITOR. General Canalize, the master of the ceremo. upon all" round.By At two o'clock a:
thousand d.Uars. We -- sumptuous dinner
or its institutions, it is entitled to considc.ration I(I stand that the circumstances which under.led Saturday, July IT, lMICJr nies*gave orders to send for I soldier to pro. ,A. R. Alexnder. The adopted citi.zns served up in Mr.1 Logan's V.
I( to but of the States : When called upon alul {
tect the trophy, without waiting any long. Unite g ,1
:- I I.Tbe ithis result Wre aa follows Some time at which Mr. John'M. Irwin
nan. has been in Mr. Packenham with the 'assistance of to defend rights of ihe. will ever
;. Congress session 47 days, er, prde.
-". Americans are really a .\nr-lo"ing, ]j the ( ir ctors of the bank received a coujmu. his of the found to the national radc. the removal of the cloth,the foUowig. Aa
1 with an of upwards of four hundred Secretary Legation, went up to b standing up :
./if I not a war like nation, and it would be well I II j nication. from a person in New York named thousand expense dollars and whathave third tier of boxes tore down the colors, and By J. M. Irwin. England and America : toasts"'were drunk :

t andsiated: that he had return ? What battles fought 7 WhatvictTC8 'COAST
to be an j professionally become
unpatriotic affection
may appear I below. He then descended, and gave or. May parental and filial ever rec p- 1. The honor
.opinion but my impression. is, that in fair](acquainted with such. facts as would enable won ? nnd.what there to show for! ders the Englishmen to retire, rocate between them. the era-when day v* :!anuivem,* of

.combat either by sea or land, of man to man ':;him to secure the restitution of the stolen the money thus expended f .' Time is mono to-al they did with becoming present.gravity. By Major Holden. The health and happiness ,t pendence was glad tidipgs Atn I IDe

and the Americans after property upon certain terms. Dr. William I pronounced work)
gun togun acquiring ; As Floridianswe
Mr. of
ey. says an old and trio proverb, but we "General Canalizo sent a challenge to Lieut. .Cdl. Harney : 2. TAe the.
discipline. ; and experience, would beat the : Bradley Tyler, one of the directors of the think that our Congressmen must reckon it at Packenham. on the morning following, which admire his independent mode of suspenlion. -.The atlas of COtitwl universal of United Statei'' .
Frederick liberty.
British ; and the reasons ef'my opinion are County Bank, and Wui. M. Beal.I !, the latter refused and here the .
ithese : The two nations belong to the same:4!I Esq., the Cashier of the Fanners' and Me- Union Money vulue ; that is, it being worthonlyhaif rests." to accept, By Dr. Davis. Health, happiness and I 3. The glorious and immortal

stock and: are equa!,, in physical organization. :chanics' Bank of Frederick County, repair- price, therefore, half the usual a. mater -- -.---- of Florida. 'oryofOen. J p I.
j Celebration
| ihe of July
instinct of s led I 1 1Tho to New York, and after deal ofncgotiat.ionsucceeded mount of services leaves the account Four 4. Our Political and
preservation i is the motive :t' a good square AT PORT LEON. By James Ormund. The Thistle and the I'I'I I Holy Sahatton -Th,

which induces men-to shun -danger. and to :j! in recovering the whole Although there has bcC1 nothing done as yet i Shamrock-the Lion and the Eagle. ballot box and Holy Eucbariwbicf; rich j

.1. ,run from a fight, and bravery is in propor.! amount, with the exception of the sum above there has been enough attempted to be done ; The anniversary of American I I I I and poor, without par.
4.lStatc.d.Ve .Indepen- *
tion to the motives-which be thrown into understand that the gold and ticipate.
can : Celebration the
of the 4th
July by
the something, we are told is coming out by and dence was celebrated at this p'ace.in' a man. j, I I I 5. Our
: of
1 .the,.opposite scale. The masses which com. J j notes banks other than the issues of Hibernian and Workingmen Armyaruf la Their
pose the fleets and armies are drawn from the j j.!tbe rubbed institution were retained, and that by that will prove a Sivior to the country,p ner becoming the birth day of a great nation. I pride, their countr'I .

t humbler. classes of society. 'In )Britain these j the lawyer who was the agent in compound.ing !I.I well, we hope there wil, but it must be some Tho cars from Tallahassee arrived at 10; of Port Leon. I I 7. The Territory of Florida.:The

t have liule education, no sphere of political t I! the felony, charged a commission of, thing as yet unseen, for nothing new has I 'cock. bringing the Polaiki Band, who had I The Hibernian Society and men I !s luminary in the Constellation ef-the faire(

.. .action!i, no influential compatriots to sound' some ten thousand dollais for his serdces'-I I I been proposed, nothirg but what has .bee'l i kindly accepted ao invitation participate il:I of Port Leon celebrated the national anriver-I Spangled Banner. Sta

!:. :their praises, or coyer them with shame, on I!, No information was given that ,! tried and proven a t faihrc. Mr.\ Clay wants I the festivities of the day. They were re- 8. Industry, .Honor and Frugality '
the detection I I j j on the 5th instant, at Mr. Logan's tavern o
to sary
their the
: 'Jacob's ladder
as conquerors or cowards. They'have robbery, although to
.4Ltti independence
: one kind of a bank, M\ Ewing another and I ccived at the the committee of ]! I II r ,
no field ambition to excite lheir.indi.1 j Wiley. upon being? questioned upon that point II depot by re- in a style creditable to themselves, ands I' and happiness. dlUco

v 1 vidual 1 energies before they become soldiers j'by Dr. Tyler said! that he (the Doctor) had i ,i Mr. Hives another, lor! Congress, and, more ception. and escorted to thc.Exchange, where s j worthy of the occasion. At the dawn of day r 9. Religious and Political Liberty

or sailpr, and when they have embraced j seen the principal! of them several times dn- than all, the N. York Stock dealers and Bro refreshments had been prepared for them the national flag was unfurled, attended with mankind o all ihe Globe. t a

these professions, the road tohigh preferment i ring his visit to New York. I: kers does not like cithcrof ihein very much.- At 1 o'clock the procession was formed I 'I a volley of musketry, and the house was tastefully 10. The Indian Savage : Complete

is closed against them. Their motives I This we think is in. I The bill fur tho dlstribition I unconditional tad
: to 1 arrangement utterly ; of the proceeds I under the direction of His Honor the Mayor ., decorated with the indigenous shrubs extermination from
.fieht. therefore are .derived from their native i i defensible. If Wiley 6f, as he representedhimself I of the Public Lands passed 11. the amnC Il.
las the House as assisted! kuJ. J.. Rnwli'a., Ksn., I j and flowers of dime. At 11 0' Go Speed Plovgh.
force character a lawyer, he should be denounced I :Ialshal n J n n n n- n --- --- I our sunny .
1 ol ana. discipline in native I i as. I II 12. City olPort
| I by a majority of 8, I lot yet no law has.I and proceeded Rail Road and i I Lcon.-.Tbe
(quahti: the Americans are their equal, and [i by his a ;ociatcs and dismissed from the through Mug I clock His Honor A. M. Alexander Esq.. inn of Middle Florida. empori.

I i .\in all other motives, except discipline their bar. There is nothing in the professional : beou matured of any importance, and! the nolia streets to the Port Leon house. ThePu- 1 j i read the Declaration of Independence, and at f 13. The Ameiican Ladies :

.s pf>tiors. (!'obligations under which he pretended to act, I administration party aie pulling this way, that I II laskiBand was then formally presented to the; j I' its conclusion delivered the following appro. ,. for: tf/\:t K and U beautv- n .- -- Di gihed

;.). ;There i9more mental Activity, a greater |(! which can justify the corrupt part which he I way and every way, aid accomplish nothing I II city authorities, ard was tendered tin freedom I priate address :- :VOLUNTEERS J :

.range of interests and ideas a more influen- ,|' pi iyed in the afT.iir.Vo: trust that the bank j 1 and thus the people have to pay upwards of and hospitality of tho city b/ the Mayor in a II I Fellow Citizens : The thrilling events: of I'I By the President. Our Tern-oral

.tial public opinion und a far wiJer field of |I will put the public in possession of all the !' 84,000 per day, and get nothing in return.I .- !. pertinent address, which was responded to by I I the American Revolution i is at a'l l times a I'I'I municipal officers.: May they execute 1d the
1 _ambition, operating' in the case of the Amer. liicts in the authentic shape. Whilst we rUe ; I laws with wisdom and
Oh Daniel .firmness.
I[ Daniel, where is the promised Major Holden of the Band. The Declarationof i subject of deep interest to the patriot and I
ican seaman 11lIIiti.t.mall. volunteer, than jojce that the money has: been recovered, we I By Mr. Logan. The
Retrenchment and Reform j. lover of liberty. He delights to cast a retro: Working mea of
in that [hope that shall find i annie .long and Independence was then read by A. R. I!
of the Bri ish sailo or soldier. The i i.dicipline we : not anything in the !j : Port Leon : May prosperity attend
t i spective glance to that period which them.
so nobly
on shore will at first be inferior to j measures t ken by the hank, to interlcre with j 1 loud befoic the elecliull.i Alexnder, Esq. The company then took a I j I tried men's soul, and to.reviaw the lets of his By Mr. Harvey. Port Leon : May she

,the. Americans ; because the British consti.tution the The course of public justice. :I i :: We understand;; -th-at the:;;United Status I II recess until 3 o'ctoc", when they assembled I|I ancestor then upon the stage! of action, par continue to increase as rapidly an she has ;

I i renders diciplinc almost natural to British I Mr. 'Vilc)' alluded to above i is, we I Iundp.rstand steamer Col. started to dinner, served by Mr. Samuel I : that five
JIurncy, yesterday i j up A.I.I ticu'.arly to period, sixty. years done..By :
Wm. gone
soldiers while of trains her Wiley, Justice of
that America the 5th and Special I morning t lor Florida with Wild Cat and all Spencer id his usual handsome si vie. After I by when these United State ,.then ,British Mr. Reed. The Tree of ,lArrtj:
aversion to suburdination. ?th Ward Court, to which judi. i I II ( ;
.. "population to an cal situation he the Indians that accompanied him to this. the cloth was removed, the fllowiiig : colonies, declared themselves by right a free May it flourish green through :I ages, and ,
At the of therefore was appointed I
commencement a war, some years I 'loosea limb.
I place on board. The object in taking them : and independent nation-when. .that .? ol never ;
tho British with will be gone by, when the city of ihe i ular toasts were drunkItEGIJLAIt : ,age
equal government
Ipore back, is to use their influence in persuading the revolution immortalized his hythe By Mr. Allen. Rivers of llain,
: ;
p than match for the Americans but dispensation of offices were in the hands of I :1 j TOASTS : Mounlas
; every the rest ( f the tribe in Florida, to emigrate introduction: of that instr. mc-nt, which absolved of Sugar, Plantations of Tobacco,.
: .day will diminish the disparity. The snrgu- the Federal party.--X. Y. Xew Era, 1stinst. I i 1. The day we celebrate: May it ever be : gene. i
peaceably. us from all allegiance to the British rations-of-pretty galls.
lar feature the case of.the Americans is, cherished as the birth day of American free.
: Mr.-ChihJress.
We cut the above from a New Orleans dom. crown-when our father", heretofore quiet Ky ..FloridaMay her in.

,th-it victory their belligerent of defeat efficiency.equally tends to. increase Animal Magnetism i is on the decline in : paper of the 30ih ult. Wo do hope that Co''' .i, 2. The United States: The brightest and peaceable subjects, threw off the yoke of duatry never.be.pulkd back by Northern in-
; Boston. Some of the patients have been gem :. Britains oppression, and assumed the trigue.:
; ,* <* :* i Worth will not let the Cat run at large in the ;, in the diadem of the world. among
rather perverse, or not exactly to the business i nations of the earth that equal station By Mr.'Gore. 'The Leon
: But only.let the contest fairly begin, and have given hap.hazard answers that did not I woods again, although not so Wild as former. J 3. Th memory of George Washington. which Nature's God had assigned them. and the.United tatcs.: ofcersofPort yhonor virtue

;let either victory or defeat visit-tire American satisfy! the inquirer. One of them on Wednesday I ly, but show that he H actually Worth some :, late 4. memory of Wm. Henry laTrisln, T hi acts of Parliament i.i: 1702, attempting b their motto.
of the .
.arms and the exact ratio of the United Slates.!
pressure evening, while tying in a state ofmagnetic thing as an Indian fighter. lie lus got to t 5.Presitel to levy a revenue: on the Colonies" by a stampact By Mr. Sudler. Way the-citizens: of Port
.from without Kill be the condensation of Republic : May no political .
pub. bleep, or catalepsy, was attacked have the eyed of a Wild Cat or he will beouslt.d its controversies first gave impulse to the ball which ended Leon ever live.iu.amity.aud peace.
4 Iic sentiment within. In short the American. w ith violent fit of coughing, without being endanger' prosper.ly and happi. I in their revolution, and finally: the recognition By Mr. Daniels. N.W.. Walker: Ojr

;.nationJike a steel spring, seems to have no opcrate'd'' by the will of (the Doctor A I -"- yet..u .---' __. --._ ness.u. '1'1._ r' ___ C'_J J'_ I "'7 rn. of our irdcpendence by the very oppressors late able and indefatigable .representative&in
i ,energy when ,u is expanded, but ai gainers committee twenty four( gentlemen iw- H'C nave received me first numueroj A m: lAU.f:1 &'oi/iutrra jj A turtuu : i uu themselves. is the Legislative-Council.
to rememberthe
compos I necessary
of I
i strength.with every ounce of pressure that ed of eight from the three learned professions The Southern Politician" published at j protectors the weak and defenceless situation the two parties, and their relations By Mr. Llonm. The'land .iif

,I is applied it. Its Territory is so vest, and previously selected by a nominating committee : I New Orleans. From the appearance of the I; 7.of The their Ttrcnty.Xix United States : Jeal. to each other in this con'est. It was: and the land of our adoption. .ou.
,its climates .so .y.arious"thalil: forms world of three medical i jous own rights. they will be the lastto
gentlemen, was presentat first number, it must be valuable no less thin! the mother contending with thedalght.rit :
.within itself and although acquisition, trample on those of others. For Floridian.
; -European mar. some of the examinations t th
and there second David)
a time.war wop Id cause great less and misery proposed to them the question" Has was the i to the cause of correct principles' The editor i. 8. 'l'/ieBannerofF'reedoin : with Goliah. was a drove contending us to it-.. TALLAIMSSKE, July 14,1811.

4o the) Allanticcities.it could! not materially magnetic subject manifested say.s he seeks to establish a thorough, Forever ll : phenomenawhich the of cause or ,
any our cause us
affect, far I less-permarmntly destroy the social: religious and Were Lrc.e'f'; the loo but fit IN before in, justness: gave success.
bo political! equality/ and the
general. cannot explained upon the supposition \\ tli! (freedom's,soil beneath spot fed. I Time wil not allow our recapitulating all the public attention has been directed to the
prosperity of the Union. of colJJsioii: ?1" (ft was' thought indepeder.cc--will: shield the oppressed Aid freedom' I trials of [ President of ,
expe. banner "lh'i;I ocr u* sufferings our ;ancestors nor a | the Union Bank, as the author

;1.'rom: Florjda. dient to defer taking the question, until fur' ,I wherever [..Jun .,IIHl will oppose every species i j: 9. Florida, one and undivided : May I< the recurrence to the bloody Gelita of stritl.where :I of the articles! which have lately appeared

We are indebted to a friend for the follow.' ther progress, had been made in the investi of injustice, corruption ami fraud." AH a shortly be able to lake her statioi. among the I undisciplined troops contended disciplinied ;! the Star of Florida, Quenst. I i

.ing disposition of the troops gation. Several gentlemen said they were I matter of necessity it is Democratic sisters:: of the Republic.in -where ctizens; contended with soldiers. signed hop

' copts in Florida. Also to one operating of our cor.as nut prepared to give a positive opinion one I a paper. ./>iAi 7ulrr_, -r>.r<-,...ij.-i',, VJ?/,<.j.<. ./r,,.-J..J'cu I '-*T.A_ rplh'haq -*jin4-iti..-...".riil-..r .c?.ri...*\.\*n. f..ro.f. o J.tit.of. and believe such is not the case. i for

S .respondents for the subjoined letter, received way or the other. They seemed to think the I i Hot, More hot Most //of.! For the last Mates : May he;; b able to give general satis.faction cause: (however tardy,) ,'i .finally end in um unwilling.to 'judge and condemn an mdu.vidual
results too incredible to gain their belief and three t to the .. ot Col. Gamble's known
& by the' .Steaiper; General):; Taylor, Captain I i the thermometer has: ranged Republic. success.It liberality towards -

Peck. too wonderful to be condemned, upon a partial I from 93 to 97 and 8 during most of the day. j I| 1 1. The Governor of Florida : \ soldier has; :OfCI been proclaimed that man was the.debtor's of that institution, without

The different scouting parlies made a simultMieous examination. The proposition was final. I I :!gentleman and state ran. incapable self-government. Upwards of evidence, ur at .least upon hearsay evidences '

movement. the 25th of June, ly I'ans laid .upo. tho table. The committee ill From lie nation Statesman. [The President then read a letter from His half I century have the people-of America I must be.fresh..in the of
from .Fort Brooke. (.1'which Franklin was one. so long I \ EU II.l'l a democratic I Ili\c in prace.amity themselves recol"clion every
A column of the 8thInfantjy state conven. Excellency the Governor, regreling his ina. ainong individual, how tenacious that
under Lieut Col.! Clarke to ago as year: 1774, pronounced animal! lion), held ii: Moutpdier: on die 17ih uli, the in under the stricture reared by their own gentleman was
pro. i i ij ibilily i to join the festivities of'the da of thi of
magnetism an lId f falsehood and rights tho of
and customers the
} ,
I ; and Balk
ceed on the Fort King road "s far ns Fort the j. following nominations ware made ; For Gov. !!I IernerNathan enclosing the follow i &; we, the descendants I of those im-1
Dade, at which point.he was joined by Cspt. manifestations in Boston it does! i ; Smilie i ing sentiment : I mort'il sages: are now enjoying the blessings ; -hel acolmiUee appointed by the Legisfa-

Beall of the 2d 'DMWol.!', with t-. I' nut seem likely, at the present time, to redeemits :!! : of Cambridge ; Lt.Gor. i To the friends. of F'orida : Union and tf that Cn.t'nalt, sealed with the blood'! of our] ture was endeavoring to.lvestigatc the affair

Cavalry. Phe command would u;. t-.d I character \\i\ii\; subsistence it I still finds ernor, Edward D.I Bather; of Middlcbury ; i| harmony-let us all uni e to prorrote her !. sires. Upon us depends them, whether this : ot.the Bank. I am not one of those that UiJieve >
1:1: the credulity of some and the appetite for | Treasurer: Daniel Baldwin of I ha priles .] beautiful fabric: sh l
down the left bank; of the U iihlacuocir-o! I Montpelier.j :ill tl perpetuated iu-its that.the affairs of the 'Union
Bank have
the hammocks and the marvellous in others.-United Stales j A series' (If ret-olntions weie reportc.l from t 12. The :Signers of In- i original purity, -whether "triPe and, .
scouring operating at 1 llv a /c'craatol party [ been ,
: .
propetly conducted
: under
-- denendence .\( __ ... ,.. ,.. I the admibu-
: ,
same time 0!) the river with cane.es.Licut.J I Strike Against the Iliduclion of Wages. committee appointed lor. the purpose, and I cherished \ n ._ "0> I"u r poiuic.i CI/I.ll'mS; :ll.i crurli: us %jnuirs.' tration of
'I' that
Col. Riley, wnh a column of the 2d Infant.:: j-A large number of weavers of Baltimore : ominimoiifely l adopted ; among them was thc i ( in the I hearts;; fr their countrymen. to the dust. I hope. I tnit' not, and I think I j i gentleman ; nor.have I ever

ry, has proceeded from% Fort King iti the ( have held a ,meet.ng: occasioned by an at :; following, which ti e publish as showing the'I: fleets 13.. it-Woman : The brilliant l'l that. re. can di>cover a hearty response! in! your boHorm. cried out, great is the D.aOD of the Epfic.

direction of Camp Izard, to scour the hammocks 'tempttmtc! t port, of several manufactures of purity on mal ; the bright star tlnl, I It i is our duty, :yea our interest l. to sians," but oti the contrary, .1 I have always

of ,the Wiihlacoochec on the right to reduce the price of their labor. The pri. unanimity opinion which every here ) 'sheds a halo on all aroand.VOLUN'IEERS. rally around the standard; of liberty, and see t elieAed that the institution, from the nature

bank ; he is accompanied* by a troop of Cav- ces at present, they slate, do not give them, prevails among the democratic! party on the I : that no rude bh.t t ssnitit ; guard it with the the principles which it was founded c

airy. 'Lieut. Col. L<>omis, with a column of individually an excess o\'cr three dollar subject to whIch it refers : By A. M. Alexander President. John watchful care of those who have a de.p intercet upon
.uld .
6th Infantry;,has proceeded from fort II arri. week and they have resolved ou starvation per llesohed, That should thc present Con- '' TylcT, President of the United States : U'e at stake. as a jewel without price, as w prove .: source of relation, if not a

son, on the gulf,on the Annuttaliga road.in rather than suffer a further icduction. Star gress icpeal tine Independent Treasury, and ;i respect him as the bulwork of Virginia: State the home of the oppressed of every clime. curse to the community in which I was located .

the direc on.qf'Fort Clinch, arid bearing iO'I.ving.to death js a desperate: remedy: for an incorporate a national; bai.k, contrary to the j I'.ial Rights chair; we trust his course in the Presiden- In surveying this Rssemlllj 1 am proud to and a great machine to dispense favors

to.the right,."ill scour tnc hammocks on the 'evil. A more eU'cUual} one would be for the will of the people of United States, expresscd ihim.. may not make us disagree with see: worshipping at freedom, and to the ofcers of the Bank, and their particu-

left Bankjjf the Withlacoochee, until he in. operatives to turn their attention to some oth. at every election at which that question I j I John I foremost in the. throng many of our adopted 11'; friends. The unprejudiced portion of tie

tcrsCts.orcqmeswithin, communicating: distance cr means of subsistence, than continue at a has been presented to them, it will be thc I By J. Rowlcs. Vice President. The brethren, kindred of Emmet driven from tht tr
of Lieut. business duty nf Pulaski Band : its notes be circu. homes by the rude hand community can say how fl my fears have
a May
.Col.Clarke's columu. Cap. which pays them so inadequately for I subsequent Congress to repeal it. '' \idely oppression. We r been
and : realized.
Miller, of the 1st. Infantry, has ascended I their labor. 7' he rat of w ages they re- I'n -- d always at i premium. welcome von among us ; our-institutions in. But with all my prejudices

.the 'Horn383a And Chrystal rivers, with aI I I ceiv so much lower than i is! given in any arrogance and domineering spirit i f By A. R. Alexander reader of the Declaration vitc you ; side by side have you shed your: !r againit the institution and its management, I

.detachment canoes. In addition, the I other kind of business than the wants of the the minions of John Bull to weak :States; i is of Independence. Th ,Future : May I blood with us in the great struggle.for man. .cannot believe.that the President can .be so

of Fort Wakuhoota require. intolerable. We see in. the extract below it b more prosperous than the present. kind ; rckir.dle the thme this in to
posts Micanopy. \Vac- !j I country The only remedy is to rUe a day your lot every principle justice and truth,a
asassa, and Funning duce the amount. There striking instance of it. John is By Brown. .1 1 he Merchants of'I bosoms, and still let it us beacon
: are pushing.their scouts are hardships to assiduously )! Port Leon ( bur a to .to endeavor to cast the odium attached to the
far towards the towards which I encounter, 'us( iu l for himself : May they ship 50,000 bales of I your countrymen across the .
points the: I true, taking up a new tradeor laying up treasure of wrath, that 'Cotton the I great deep, until affairs of.that institution, upen the shoulders
.different columns are con'crging. These profession, but, to an energetic spirit they will one' day burst his coining season. the Hag of libertv b firmly planted among
I r upon head-and the By N. \V. Wa'ker.' Port Leon them, and of the merchants of this place, a class of men
..continued movements will render an escape I are not so great us starving to death or living whole civilized : Prosper. t I tyranny acknowledge that the peo.
.of the Indians almost impossible; at all.{'. ;: a life time in a state of sumi.starvation. world will rejoice when it ity to the cily, and happiness to her citizens. pie are capable of self government. It isi ;I who have done more, and suffered more, to

vents_t their-fields: will be destroyed, and they I: States. ----- f falls,,,':,.upon., ....,...him.., ,I ..:.We._.I, the:u"people ofihicfjijtetJ_ __, I I, 1776 By. : Wm..rhl CJ.; .1"Burgess...;... ,i .The. :_ .,4th July. !I i.I !the_. _interest__ .and_the duty of every honest andiiiuupiuueiu I II sustain the ..Banks, and made less by it, than
"win made 10 that they have sectl..rity. --- "" 'OA''''''', UC"IIIItU, III lue coure n Inn' anllals I Just man, that thc of
DC ieei ( no OJ-The:: Vicksburg Sentinel 01 Pro'i.dence 'of 0,7 1 tle I energiesoj all any other in the Territory ; and their d fence
even during the summer months. stales that to he its instruments for his history ; may the immortal spirits of the J should bo exercised to reanimate their has
Mr. Porterfield of that city detected a :! punish-1( patriots of that I ag been already assumed by.abler pens
Jri addition to,tho above: scouts detachment coup merit, and well will day look down from heaven, i grieved and benighted You
a le of board we give it to him. Out j jragedhuinanity countrymen. mine. Several
negroes on a steamboat a few and smile for and I' of ihe merchants have pub
Dragoons., under Capt. Ker has ages ages to come, I a gallant and noble race of brethren. .
calls for t upon
| it
days their and in due !
ago making escape to Ohio in a : time, the joyous festivities of their I Bereft of almost lished the amount of their liabilities to th.e
ascended .the Ocklawaha:in Canoes, to cx. the call will be countrymen in every stimulus industry, .
cinglar manner. They were dressed in In. answered. It i is
amine .in sure-U is celebrating that day, and other nations I precluded from education which to I think conclusively .
the Islands that river, where it is dian costume with the of horse inevitable. may by tyranny il i a Ban goes prove

quite, probable H-illcck; Tustenuggee miy I t wig on their heads to hide mane their a woolly locks as a John Hull I.I profit By by R.their W. Jenkins.example. 'I I j.miracle they have retained as much as they that ibe author of the pieces signed
: in Mexico. have
have after Hiidde'i --Mr. Packenham The Marshal of the done. Whence the of '* of the
ius : wanderings Querist
gone disappearance I wi 1' disguise Day,
from the neighborhood: of f Fort King on the they had travelled from Tennessee 50 miles minister at Mexico has been :. his services prasent Mayor of Cur city : May -! people to every corner of the earlh ? It is true position of the merchants. of this place, or
,. making rather ridiculous this day be duly : foul and base .
30th ur M y. 'I f late. His appreciated. j oppre' ion. Unite with
cast Nashville, here their li\'es.- erratic I J. i me, he never -would have .made the broad and
nister movements are By Vail. Oar sister 'then I in
Col..IV ot'StqtUd Staff left Fort King on amusingly detailed in City Tallahassee : rejoicing that our lots in a .
They came from Jackson on the cars and the following extract from I May the sickness which desolates art-as doubtful l assertion, that the liabilities of the
,the fi&Ui of June :for the hummocks of the made for the a private corres.!:! her streets country were headed master
Withlacoochee, near which the different: col. Cincinnati landing and took passage for pondence, with which we have been politely bo speedily remove and health soon smile 'I not show his head.Our hyr dar merchants of Tallaae exceeds ,be cirCUlation -
I : jabbering broken English and furnished.-iY. (). //ec. once more on emporium of Florida. is of the is *
anal are opperating. The scout will probably : government founded the vir- Bunk. There
I pretended Cherokee. upon .ni suc
Mr. I
last 20 25 Porterfield' look- j MEXICO, March 27. By M. L. Baker. The 4th July: Dear toe our people! and fcruiemstaves

or days.Corresyonepcef I ed Ht and SUfnetted. lllPrn.. .-., ai\A nn_ tvnllinrl-- --...--- mi-r .In- I -It- annp.ar-I..I..--.-j .n.-a .:if". ..L'.""....i..J,auu. I::_:' ._u, to. to us -year!-' and dear fr n<>. r->v- -.rtrlitr ...'ti,. I,; o here ii n,_i .C._so>!..long n 4,* *B t%..that__ .jewelrmains .LI:_ thing L'u as editor. .writing.. c mmuDicar
n .
Savannah, tho largest who '."as a man, (the other was! a a quarrel! with this country !and'rYll1g that her piCk year. .J"J I I But, f fellow citizens,-there is still uu dark npUUIC. ; ana I u not mor pruuw au,
Georgian. woman dressed like go. II Q spot more ,consonant with the crsoniaI! scunbus
a man) and ; has
began to e!: verument given orders Byo. Dinsmore. Our ;
| to her resident midi upon our political horizon. While
country the
..FWKID.A,3d July, 184 J.De J. amme his:: hair. The Indian i! ma attacks of he
the editor that
objected, but minister to embrace our country's triends of print,
: jority i
May sisters :
every occasion: to bring they always be our of this oa
;r.. ir :-A party of eight' Indians, near Porterfield persisted, and pulled off the faUo''I it issue. ready to great republic
to the Presi.
an This jumor was serve, honor and protect her. have enjoyed and wrote article himself I ban that the
the heajl ofJ\ Cow .Creek about 8 ilesfrolp.FprtFlp.P I current some peace prosperity our un.
\ scalp, leaving African
head expo ed.- j, time, and on tho 25th a scene occurred which I i By Dun. Ladd. Pulaski Poland's noble happy Territory has been, for the last five dent .Qf.the Union Bank wrote it, whose. lb
o on the 1st of,Abis.month Both were taken into '
and '
custody in invests We
i lodged itself with some degree of probability. I son : remember him as the friend to tho years the theatre of blood-shed and eral.course heretofore is far from
rlaidtwp .citizens, who had I carnage.
way were j journeying jail. They too
pistols well loaded and A rights of jliy
subscription had been man, our ally in the The ruthless
____ !
I got to has roamed such
from the Fort to NewnansvjU;| ; .pp.the 4 rst knives, with plenty of ammunition They' lie dinner to the President up give a pub. for freedom. -great struggle molested savage almost un. a charge.
in the and the rifle -
fire,one was killed,the other,.havjqg arms, told that ( had been instructed large saloonof scalping knife
; no they as to the the Theatre. All tho buu By Mr. Drake. The done their Go tboa nnd do

diH..not :wait -for:the second shot_ but .:witliWUIfIPU !mode of escape_by abolitionists. in Tennessee. u/ld--. 81 B- mal-.nr v. .v.-.- .t__ton___was._ ".invited. Lcih- : Rend- n-- :. 'fhA- .- Rn1!.._memory''f'f. :! ._.*of__ Gen.n !hay.WnmA".-,.-.. I. .._L ,11_ bloody uork...It_ n n Innocent_ .. '(-i.4 n -I kill__n_ >-> _?>.nrR. .hl '_Uketle...";_ '
e.the eJt sy -iw c p -- Mk u gen. cuu VMI4UIU.Ifices. 11'0 J/le" easy OI4. 1 ---- r. -
pur COrSllplOma. '
Fortra.aie.ia. UI there vty wTheiroopj Animal Magnitisui.-Tlidlloston Post tique. Mr. Packenham, the English minis tleman. ;whilst the an of man has been palsied frauds of banks, which makes the private property
ter, having observed! that the British By Robert Heir. David Levy in his efforts to them. How of the st all
j taroed from a. ere .gays Dr. Collyer> has directed his magnetic flag was a true protect long are khofer'i
l on the lelt of.the to Florida. these ter to be ha extent
National colors scenes to last ? Me thinks' i ; certain
pt,1iad to a good -that of whilst the ere Uabei.a,
,( t"1f'; : not yet.disoncurnberedrtbem. power purpose relieving lee'Bry
: I. French flag occupied the I By James Wallace. The of hope of for the debt ,
.erres'pf'tb ir belt 'trt en1 this sad flews the eacl.ache of tho ladies who go to. right side, thought Democracy of a glimmer light, through the long ,) :pu. th

i lehMI';'tiepu.theywere' jff in a njpmenr t. bear him.Will the Colonel inform certain it the proper to call .the atttio of the master of Florida. I vista of our troubles. Innocent panicpants: House of Representatives of : Dap

ald.n. : fayr-kwri on the ground where this distressed damsels we xvot of, whether ceremonies and insisted at the By S. N. Daniels. The Abolitionists of of thi,savage war, not brought on' by our. shire, on Thuesday,'by a- vote o-3 9
p the
: the'Doctor same time that tho of which he I South : May they bo rode upon a rail. but the policy of those .Boston : i:
bofrid; n JPnJer.! .... perpetrated.fyit no Indiansren.fonndtbere. likewise cures the htari-adte 7- the ensg was miake 'QtU. _
; By P. Kftrr.
The rule ap
: The-detichment: took the ,ulPor.l.lf. H. Aretu. _:_1..representative b placed on the 4th July : May it ever poine to u?, to be hoped in'the -
10 mm me be celebrated with the of the. Friendthip ofa FoiwThere''i.-
J I I I ngll. muter ol the ceremonies same warmth and en. cnt national administration (
trial J,ahd ara.pushing i .,aifer tnese 'r fl.a c t curious/ejlow: : going to banged beg. objected, Baying that he had borne ;in thusiasm a I have seen 'done in Great the prospects unhappy Florida taiILsge! before ..toe love of the;sea' Cf>0>-
part .
;.orlthe1cfttLIvkh, .all.zeal. I god that t the? .rope ,might ',be lied under his the arrangement ; that' a French no Britain. i and that she may ag.m. made way to chang menc 9, when tbe'feeling of fad ala I U

Nothing/ yet -beard"* ,, ..pfithe'troopi-* "novsin rros.instead.qf, arouhd.the ,threat. ; for said maker had been employed in tapestry By George Milled( Oar deceased and und : b be developed. most 'passion.Yotfsee i'C8s fa
the tergreatrource
'. ..In" :a ', X : ulto 6 : 1)0,1,I'anisq.rjf'raarkably,ticklish .ip'| i the throat salooo, and that without his decorating much lamented Ei.Govirnof Rl "Raymond Felw', : our. rej icings this 'ri ,and- .boy. ,#$,.chpot' .I

I'1';'. '1 !);known...T 4 I' ",. I. that if tied toefe f :r Isbajl;!! certainly! jkUt :myefwjth ] any order, he had place the having flag teceie na. Rid :' May his hinor'ana- pitriothsm u Cli tbe occasion hat: has agw cr nng.of U.b i.a'.;

,yqqrItx.! .Uughine. on the right and "public be 1 i I assembled' Let Us roO of,human
." .j' ",-! 'Ifr tin ade Mexican colors. ar a, 'beacbri_ to I as together. mi new JeLo"e. -j
.J,4 t I great political enemlt.. : I,;lvowto'the) Goddew' P.Libry. pledge l -'" .B ..1w '" .:-f r.-"-,'lie L .


A CAccJko Lynching.-Your individuals later of the Gospel l citizen --- J. I -
NIGHT'S MAIL.] as a as a friend I =-
. '[BY'LAST 10.'Jarer recently in Chicock county, Arkansas, who as a relative, his conduct Token Up, f AUCTIONAUCTIONEER sifEjBtJUtu % _.-'. .
July was
t eorgian singularly exemplary
Fn* the Savannah took upon theme cites) to chastise one Solomon ON WEDNESDAYoix 30th June,on the plan- '

and Important from Florida. Crosby, were tried for assault and battery, ; and his solid understating, and of Mr. |obn Whiteticad. near Lake Ill. .Orltl. '
. his Jankion, a Sorrel Hone; with t star in his face, *
S. Steamer Neicbern.r well stored mind
the rendered verdict of 12OOO. were devoted the
and a
By thejury two .white bind feet, about fourteen band high AR& .

.rre.pon ''enee of the Savannah Geol ian.P.lLATKA A few verdicts like this will put a stop to lynch promotion of troth virtue, civil order, and-the supposed to be about twelve or thirteen years old. MERCHANT, :

July.7,'1841. law. well of The owner will come f.rward, pay charge, and -
_ _ being the human family. take NOTICE. J .
the news him away. LUKE LIVELY.
Ste.I I am truly to say
Dear arrived here of the sony denfh of2d Lieut.it Prol / .-The wife Elijah Brown, of .His counsel a/id succor were ever ready I July) 6, 1841. 50 31 THE rubscrifcers have ?orm.d c.- JtOBEBT J. IJAcI.rAtJCT1ONEE -: -

bat j just of the Infantry, who Prcsron, Cr., lately gave birth to THREE BOYS feMhe afflicted.and distressed, and bis feel -- the profesnion of Law and VUl i itht : -
H. Lancaster, I -Notice.X Superivr and Courts of Use
J her second 'Jitter" of boys !--the County
'rtrtruck by lightning on the-ftth lust. *t being which bb.ut three old .ings did.not.perrait him to wait till -the objects -, Q week after dale we hall apply to the Judgeof trict....nd in the Court of Appal AND COMMISSION Jft.1IANT.II.
first of are now
t Ivritel river, while standing in lhe tern of years ; '' of their exercise 'Were forced his I I the County Goul Jor Lena County, for let.te.gofadminjatratin bu.i iu M .uM be directed lo Tho*.J. Heir SALE :
f kilted two soldiers their names are Elijah-Elias, and Elisha.- upon or the estale of Benjamin C. : licllo, or J. McCABlt Tallahaiee, or l. DAYSH.tWIda4.&lu"lc ,
, $ .a boat at the instantly.same time, but have re. The last litter are hot.yet named. They are Attention. His life bas fallen a sacrifice .in I I Doan, late of said Cotutydeceased. and Heir at either pia cu. I I Light Carriagea Cheap for Ci.s' ;:

; rcrtji struck nil-understood to be healthy and promising. searching out and ministering to the relief of July-10, 1841-50 ,LEVI CARLETON. J. McCA I HARIOTEE3BAROUCH.S k BUCGYS

coyered. arrived at Tamp on the 6th j The world is challenged to produce a para!. the sufferers under the disease with which !I -- -TO- THlTPiJBMC.JAMES W. FISHER.II II Jane .1841' THOS.J. 3oConnty I C with kvo M eompleU, got up' in superior

,, Cvacocbee ell-six living brothers at twebirths ; style, and for sU at the a ctio* and eomoiiiion
._bad( hit irons and then the,:| ,W.iTcity' is now scourged..The I IN consequence of the publication an article Gadaden Court. lore of R. J. HACKLEY. .

f Colonel commDdiog had a talk with him. The whigs of mobile have nominated 'for benefits that have been experienced : the signature oiQuerisl, alledj ng the lia. I .Jew B.Inni, ) Feb. !, J84I. 31tf -
that all he could do should .be 1 bilitie .f the merchant ofUiiu place to lhe Union I vs .
a eprom1 d the Legislature.Isaac H. Erwin, R. C. Mc. from his } services and from those Bank of Florida I ;ii HE Undertiyned now reemiif GEN.
the Indians to emi-i personal i we deem it necesary. in justice Jacob D. Fislcr, & Jehu[ July Term,
. aoae tow&rds.induciQg to Alpin P. M. Prince, and C. C. Langdon."DIED" which his called forth will make his ti oumdve, to say that ws have never owed that.I Jones, copartner,using the [ Attach'l fur $ _I. ERALASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES
talk was sent by messengers : example and WESTERN PRODUCE ef '
Bank CowiMiaj
te His j at any one time more than $10,000, and at' name. firm and style of J.. Damages $
f h'o5t.esati' 11 I the hope is most fervent that memory to be long blessed. Truly we may I: present we are not indebted one cent, jointly nor I'!Falor'A c... J 50 casks Haros. shoulders;sidu, &.

t. JIm at' blve favorable_effect. At lilackwood, in.this vicinity, on the 6th say he has ceased from his labors, and his exceeded individually our, and liabililk that our deposit* have generally I THE defendant and all other 75 75 bbls.casks operiet Met Pork floor, jest arrived.

I instant, Miss ROSALIE RAYMOND REID, works do follow him." C. G. E. I July 10 50 ERR & KIRKSEY. I r by notified of the commenc lent 200 sack corn.
Piu.TKAE.( F.) July 7, 1841. of the late Robert Reid I t nboveauil by attachment and are requested BACON
of the 27ih ult. a party of II On the llth'instant of fever Mr. JosEPH A LIST OJF LETTERS 'pear and plead to the declaration filed in said LARD
the night aged.22 years.A : according to law. I. FERGUSON, Jr. 1'
the Wacahoota in.thie lost Office at Thom- FLOUR
set. I
i LM drove off. from few days previous the remains of a be. L. KEOWIN.On I II REMAINING duiney.'June, 184L 3n46 WHISKEY
number of cattle and horses. I I I on the irbt day of July, J 1841 ; .
' Sent t I *, a large j loved parent were borne from under the same such of which letters a* slid! remain three month, .NOTI CE. TOBACCO
the Mth inst., Mr. DENNIS SHEA, eged
Early next Burning the.troops belonging Jo roof to their last resting place. At his bedside thereafter, will be sent 'to tl.e Post Office a* dead weeks after date we the subscribers SUGAR. >
nt f Infantry, stationed at I about 28 years. letter. I SIX COFFEE&e&c.
7th rejm [ she had ministered, ur.til'the-'insatiate '! to the Honorable the Judge
the Vfjciibocw. JtoeaHopy and Fort Wheelock, I archer' had marked her too for his envenomedshaft. Adams Mi :'Ltirinda. M nor Milton"Noyc County Court of Leon County for letter Wtiich they offer on reasonable terms.I.A.POUNCEY.&CO.. _
after the marauders ; they o.:7Col S. N. DAXIKLS has resigned the Abbott Ezekiel Lore Miss -Emery 2 ministration on the estate of A'mas! Ali.
in motion Naturally of a delicate ,cot stitution, 2 doors west of lhe Post Office,Tallahassee.
ere William W Mtchcll Col. Green
T .Post No... command of the 7ih regiment Florida Militia, C. H.
frmed 'junctionat Capt.JIaw- she-sunk under the co i billed influence of 'in( I Allen S C Aurphy D.ivid2 E..II. April I 17
of his removed far 38CAUTION
I ns of t/iet7tbi/ : the senior officer, assuming I sorrow and disease into an early grave. With consequence having to .. Allen Dennis 1 ilchell Thomas J or G I Tallahassee, Jlj3.184I.! .
; fld"totk) the trail of the cUhle, and 1 mind of from the centre of the beat. The officer Ai, tley George Newman James A 4 HEREBY fur %arn any CollOQ (rom traojSfc
the intellectual I
the I oll miles passing sev.rn1 I a highest capacities, next in command requested te order a new I Atkinson >hadrack .N.-al John C NOTICE. for the two notes set forth in the lollowinjr

toilowed ;it t pM'ardS'of, Indian cultivated and enriched by every accomplishment election according to law. Bradley Bil.mgs 'at-h S.meon W I.. SIX weeks after date I shall apply kto the receipt as I am determined not to pay them, and I

I C8mM ivhen an ''driving up amarC I a benevolei.ee of heart, and sweetness Judge of the County Court of am also determined lo protect the endorsers, unw"s -
-- Bryan .Teuton
and edit{I, discovered .them and fled. j and amiability of disposition, whose placid --- -TO.uENTUntit--- -, -- Hardy Dan.el Ponder E JeptljaBurney G3 county, for letter of Administration on the compelled by Uw. .

of James M. K. Hollyoian, late of said DUVAL.
-und followed fr1.o A. F.
given, .
Rapid pursuit was i current was ever calm and unruffled, she thfi first of June next. a maI! i Browning Hardy Patrick William: ceased.
.when therct'tIS'came to a I DWELLING Baker Thomas W Poln ell E B J Alarch 20, 1841.
miles,| up was fitted to adorn any rank in society ; but 'i-i- 2 HOUSE in I W. C.

large camp! and found nilaugh'ered upwards I' in the bloom of youth she has been culled to iii; one of the muKt healthy and pleasant I Brown ''oshua a Rfgi{ lrr Joel P Surviving partner of lhe firm of Holly man ff Copy of receipt from J. D. Dissovay 4-
of bec\'ee-lhe meat perls of the town ; with a yard, ki.chcn Brown Hdi.dy 2 Raines Rubert H June 49
head undergo.ing 26, 1841-
cf f fort fill a more exalted and blissful station than and well of good water. The Lot ,is \o. 85, Beckel Lewis RodJenberry SampsonBuik Brothers.

the process of kiln! drying, for packing, any which earth afford?, and to minister in in the, North Addition of the City, ai the corner ofr1rginia Mark & Brothers Ssoggins Solomon flunoway Negro. Received of A. F. Duval?, payment in full! for two

the Indians having Just left. The troops that temple where sorrow, disease and deathnever \ and Gad>den ttreeM.For Crawford Bud Sniiili' Job E W 2 O N the 2td Instant Mr.C. Dougherty promissory notes we hold against him, daled sod

jjok their, trail' and after proceeding six | of the re. further particulars enquire this office. Clark Richard G W Stewart Lucrelia a runaway black fellow jr. the endorsed as follows, low it ; One note dated the (I
nior the.unalloyed happiness Tin fellow isboul 40
years 1st of Nov. 1R" for. fifiS R9. oBvableiix months it
Kcrub July 17, 1 U41. 51 Comb John b'mglctarv Leonard . ,
dense -- -- -- -
farther, in a came to -- --- --
miles up f'fnt'lL quito a small man and sharp feature, I : :
-- djitv endowed
-- --- ---- -- mo to and by
(Chctniit Fdrtard J Slepnens Bryant payable
the main camp of the enemy, but had the 1--i It: this city. on-the 3d inst. of congestivefever TallahassecJuly Ittth I --I! Chesuut Charles Sellars jr Jihn r bark, says his Dame is JIM, and that he %West and une note dated lit November, 1838,

mortification tll find it had been but u few my absence from the Territory I ap. elll roll Cabxt SLinger Daniel 2 or 3 years with the Indian, having been fur $668 70, payable eight month. from date, payable .
Mrs. REBEl cSCOTT wife of Andrew IN ,10
minutes also abandoned, but with such haste 'I I ''poinlcd Judge AugUhtiia Circle, of Tampa : Davis Daniel 2 Stock John ,ed by them i.i Georgia, from a speculator to, and endorsed by J. B. Bull, both note

atoleate all their pucks behiud. containing Scott. Esq. Bay, -my agent. Those desirous of purchumgp'ofllon.ol ;: Everett JesSe SI Smith, bhadrack 2 Dauieb, who the la ian killed. He s.iya signed by Alex. Formy Duval. we hereby prortied

and How inscrutable are the ways of Provi. j | flIp Lund, will apply lo him. :.F rrtll James bnuth, John 3 diana let some 40 or 59 oCher negro. to transmit to him said two note as soon M poscitle. -
cooking:' utensils even j I
apparel, the time clear tnd that hs left
curing dence !" ." But a little week" before her dts i: All power heretofore given by me to ollier!, ;! Fraicr And.ew, M Smith StephmThomson same go .
Sub-Treasury funds--specie. The troops, have been and are cull and void from tile )14th Fanning Mary Ann Jauivs A week, 0'011 the .Ocillo river. His story J. D. DISSOAVAY & BROTHERS.
;! mise, she was, to all in the en. i iijoyntent it i i. he is owned
appearance be ieved. but
idciSJestroving c\erv thing of \a'ue: in this September, 1836. RICH'D. d. 'HACKLEY. I Gail,,, .'hrtha W Vick William suspected TaH..ha *ee, Feb. 12, 1840 march 20,1841
J following the enemy until they lost i of perfect health. Possessed of a :i' July 17 2m 51 f IJa\s James 1 blHuLiujjsworth: Vick MM Jai.e plaulcr in this vicinity. lie i is lodged with LOST
camp.I\ mild amiable and j dfe kcepirg, and it'not lanned in 60 ?
sympathetic disposition, -- -
of him returned to where the Indi- : Stephen VicKeia James M i Tallahassee! the of the
ill II traces I NOTICE.SIX be sold lo pjy legal expenses according to IN on night instant
; house and burnt she disseminated pleasure through a large I Ivy UoberlJoius Victors Mrs Jane I ROAN HORSE he is '
ins: hod made their slaughter WEEKS after date, I Khali apply to the A. E II ; supposed to have
upwards of ten thousand: pounds of beef: circle cif friends, by whom she will long be Hiram Manly, Judge uf lhe County I nuloert'llhrord A'llliam Tallahawee, May 29, 1t141. broken loose from the post I.e was tied to, and
1 Jufliccs ot the Super or Wilford John T --- carried with him halter cut
and has
mourned. a e
.fountain .happiness to ai r01; a
Cuurt of and for the of Franklin in the Just Received.
from the with Comity: j
a 1
Oa emerging squaw Court Tiioma. Co. Wales Thomas I wound hill otf hind end
on leg a tort his back.
fond and doatiag husband, ussidious i i'l i the j Territory of Florida for Letter of Administration pounds of moerior on
I iffe tf"fcl
mo children was discovered and captured. I Jourdan Mrs !arah \Vhitifie'.d! James 1 It is supposed he will make towards St. Marls
duties of wile and mother, she pcrsued her on) 'ne Estate: of lhe late Alexander Crook, of siiiJCounlydeceased. 0 comprising Hams, I IShouldvrs as .
that this I k'vfl Join Leraunl he that
Shegnes the information, camp was 1.1 ar Willougby I was lately purchased from place.
; and Jowltr, l receive on
1 ja>
duties! with a cheerfulness that sweetened: McLendon William Wood Jr William I The finder will confer favor the
who had 30 warriors a on owner by
Halk-ck Tusienuggee, SAMUEL H. IIARTSHGINE.Analadiicjla ment, and for sate! by i
I the ills of McCan Hugh Y-tes"William leaving information at this office where he be
Jifc. Bui the
even destroyer came, may
and 20 wjuaws with him. and that it the I In. < July 6th, 1811. 51 6w* \' McKail Alexander Yales 2 W. (T.BURGFS ,
and in one short wrrk the hearth content. -- Joseph Jur.e 12.1841. 46lf I Feb. 27. 1841.
j _
ian had not seen the troops at the time lie NOTICE. nr Pi-wans calling for of the above tellers _
any r
mt lIt had chosen its seat .becametciulate Notice Notice.
did, and given such timely notice, all must WEEKS i! will plej>o MJadvertised.: .
after date the underi-crred will I
1 indebted
-the SIX hereby given that lhe subscriber persons to the estate of MAIIA
hate been captured ; but as it was by taking i brightest star had set. to the Juc'ge of the County Courl fur July 10_50) JAMES W. SMITH, P. M. IS out.letters lainenlary oh u the caldle I I I. ALL ,deceased ai,e he; eby notified to make

every thing lhy bad, the enemy would lx I I ( *li U ii> hard the"c bUild Inever, Leon C..iurt, fur .Jettr5 of Ad'iiinislration on the | For Sale.I ham Spsn, ler laltly deceased. All immediate payment ; and those having demand

di ed. The returned I I 'J'.> think tliou'l gone fioin m for ever. Ell te ofXeigJi Koad .U-ceafcd 'atc of.Id Counly. ing demands ag'lintltsaid estate are c.illcd! will! prekcnt thin for lUlemcnl, to y-
greatly :iret<> troops to HI WO new welling hou5''.nituated in the norlh
.' hi i li beraiiHC thou'rt 'hre ., RICHARD: II. BRADFORD. i I 1 them without 'I JOHN \V. LAVINU3?
their different posts on the 3d inst. greatly iby n morr : JL addition of the city of Tallahaoi.ee, markedI prcucnl delay a* required by

reduced by sickness, from the severity of I Ti.ouVt left this for ome happier; ; shore, -July--tUtu 1841. 51 I on the plat No. 174. REBECCA 8P _4_Qualified Executor

I XVIicrt nt-Vr iliou''t!' fed I ulHiclioim ]ii.nVJicre | XO'J.CE.OTIC.E I The houses are perfectly new, with jut houses Admiu I Cabinet Basin ess. .
hemarch and the sultriness of the
June 12, 18-fl Cw46
\ di-alli rcacli: it ne't-r ) U Hint in1V rard I) uot.' with- an- eiri'llrnt- wrll of water.- -p -For p fin HE undersigned having purchased eMr. I.
can .ec again. I II | hereby given an application i !
weather. Yours truly.We F: I :tavor "1 Mrs. Martha M. Rfcid, will be m.idelo : urlher ,pailicular.; ; enquire at'I'iffice'; ; I Law Notice. t _1_ Bless, his ENTIRE STOCK OF TOOLS
i I :I II June2C, 1S4L-In. 48 r NIlE Law ; hercloiore AND MATERIALS in the
the Judge (f the County Court of :t. John's Pailnersh.p ; above line, intends
k-a-n frr m a passcrger by the Arir.km i I In this city, on Thursday, 8th instant, at County, lor Letter of Administration on .the Estate S"j Court Tor Jefferson Connty. JL tween Wm. P. if Thos. H. Duval. !, (continuing: the business at the old stand opposite

tlut \VeJufgday list 500 head of the residence of Mr. Thomas .lIoJ ron, Miss ol Robert Raymond lid, Late of said County, John Bellamy 1 d. I JenedMd. SI I 17th T/ios-/ H. Duval and 'Benjamin F. agr 110 liberally bestowed on his predecessor.
cattle "'BE sidlrn( from Payne's Prairie by aMy MART SInfS.llARRts: daughter of (('apt. July 1841. vs Pciition foreclosure of mort- hereafter practice law in lnership. I HENRY
I Thefct. Augt.atine'Ihrald! pae! e' p.i SAULSBURT.
PJ' Juhn S. Talor'
of I,.!ia.s.: Imnediute: pursuit was ) gate. Him of Dan I ti .Mien.! They will attend N.B. DOOR?, SASH and MAN
i Wm. B. Harris of Yorkville, S. C., formerly ----- -- --- --- fLE rlBCES
made bye detachnient of militia ho had not I NOTICE.CAIT. 'rD 1IIE defendant and all others concerned: are perior Court .T Middle and Apalschicola &.e., maJe to rrdt r. and at the shortest noliee. '

reiurutd. i jof Philadel1liia-2. HUttGERFOKU.aillie Light House, JLnd hereby n< lined thai I nave filed! in ll.e clerks of FUrida, and! also the Court Appeals, April 10th, 1841. 38 y

The aflhctive of this bereavement a (GOOD HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMfcl.NT otlilie of the court aforr aid, a petition to foiecJooe I I.h"8 I- "
Si as ofliidiat S bid been seen (it is said) I nature and only thdrgcs wif rftr ill' good money, I 'fJloltlfHge'In by said John iS. Tayor! toGeorge The office of the former is at St. Joseph 41'I NOTICE.THE .

MmmflegfroinHhick! Creek I jis only juallod by its suddenn(.ss.! Scarce I or tWit in thmmes. 51 July. 1.7 .4t Gravind: >:>s eigi.s, on a tract of land the latter at Tallahassee, on the west Subscribers offer for sale the ftllowinj a.r

Tiie post at Ulack Creek has been ahan. I four of from the 1 _. lriHlr in Jotfernon county containing nine hundred Canitol 'n""'.,_ in. ii.I... z.ffiee_ .nmad I I ', low for CASIJ-
days suffering prevailing --- --- '-- -
donco. Sberi"s Sale.B ;. ninety Tout acre' S5-100, and known as the I: Allen.: --I--S- r Cognac Brandy haf! pipes and qr. casks

_f IIL r |i sickness sufficed entirely to prostrate the energies i Y \iitue' of a nlof flu ri fac as to me directed North AV>*-qy-artrr of section thirt>..fouj township I References. Holland Gin in bbli.V : .
The '! wherein Ridnrd Wiggins in plaintiff, and lhie, the wet half of the North East \ luck-.D dj"Lird. '
Prcbid-iu l h:j is gitdthc! bills appro- of a constitution naturally delicate-her ; quar. Tattahas .-R. K Call Tho- Brown. i I ;
i ir
l-dwin U.Co'eiiun defendan' I have this day lev- h'r of- ect ionthirt -four.'towni'hip three,; the wept \':::1
rrilltil tJublicm4ney to the benefit of Mrs. \ ) Duvatl, B.. C. Allen, James !E. Brooms & 1". ',!ul
gentle spirit fluttered in its exhausted tenement :ed on anO:shall expose for tale on the loth day of half of llirtjouth Vest quarter of -ctu.n thirtyV s. .
.and James B. Gaiub'e. ,
I Kirk-'ey, : I '
,I/arrsr\: ndto Augiibt neit-at the usual hour in fionl of the I three tie, half of the Xorih '( .; -itY '
members of Congress.OFFICIAL. and the of tho 8th >ur, township ; .
departed H. Brotke brou
on .4pa14thtcula.-Wm. '
evening : .ftiX ,'ill ,.'. "-1 flit; ,._ : -
I Court lI..u.e in this city. For Specie, use fol.Oning W lit quarter of section 3, township 2; Fast half 1 :l j '

: to leap t'ie reward of a life spent in the ., p"'vellrtu wit : I, southeast ju rler. -section 34, townshiu 3 ; the Floyd. W. ll4Xr. Pie _., qt.r-u- ,
I <. JoKph.-Wm. li. L.1in, Peter ,;i 300 It:,. L .
Appointment bj- the 1.r( ldem. diligent practice of i-tery christian and social Clary a trench. Maria a trench, and AI! "eI't half soutliwcKl quarter! section 34, tounxhiti! Junmr I I ._ :..hl.G1 _.. tI
) q
3 the oulhwerl of euutlmei-l and k- : > <
By and with the aJricc. ; and consent of the V1rLIC.Vith heavy hearts }her relatives and lien and Austin her children. Also, Jots -AV oulheai; quarter quarter of'tlrJJlh'l\f'tIt quarter quarter of frction7 JUlie 1. 1341. ',I i 1'ortLcon.Msr'uj-. : _' ,

:"e71a1c. friends have } her beautiiul form to 317, 318, 319, 320, original plan : / township' 3 the fD halfof ll.e northca quar- Gaddcn County Court. I,i A.LI': =:-' H.-- -.11.-- J.- .- -
Rr.guJir. General kcclion 4, Iown.liip2 the northeast of (;eorgu \V. Brulun, ) ;;:
Wi.dfieM, ] S-olt, Major I Levied upon a. the proj'Crty[ ol the said Edwin tcr, ; quarter AtfCTIOxlBEl
the silent and] ohli! \ ions! grave. ; but the niemorv : of section 3 the ',nortlioa vs 'I July Term, :
tvbreUT.t: l W Major General June 25 I :1' I n. Cocmai! (\Iun'rd: 0t\ by ll.e said pUinlift':) to :lOrt1 quarter ; >
\ice Major General of hrr rlieerftil piety, ]IK r ronsci'-ntious: fuliiify the alnre..aid execution.K. quarter of the southeast quarter' of *('ti"n 4, lt>wn11(1 Jacf-b D. Filler and I f( Attacbnunt for ] AOD
ceawj. Alexander Macomb, de. I ;. I. (;. TII.I.I= GUAST.; 5-henfr. (.' ( 2; the w('it half and Cst half of the nrrtluovl. Jehu J oneil. j Damages $500 ( tie Coiuiui&MOii *eic-iuut,
regard for rrctittidr and truth) her meeknessand 1., 1841. of section :3, lownthip! ; all in five def dar..t n'rl' others interested I Port Leon, Fa.
---. -- -'-- I July t : __ ._ 5hfNotice. quarter. .rallge. THE : &
.A Xflt Calldidac fur Poetical- -Honors.- mildness] her tclf-.ctusing, sclf-dis- north ana eibl, said trait particularly! accrued in d of the commencement of I _Marcli_'_13._1841_-tf_ _._ 33
the ilecd of mnrtga found in tin Counly-Coirrl of suit by attachment and are requested
I VI\' Green, (,f the Boiwi Mcrnii.c, Post has tru tltlg, .,(:!f-sanficing! disposition, her filial i feJlX I week after date I hall apply to ll.e I"Inn.I Jefferson C ullty. and p'ead''! to the dttcJarali'jo.in aid cage : I[ Oil ConsinmemJAND

eitred l the list for poeicn, | |hlonr. Ag j! )love, her generosity: and nobleness of heart, I ?3 Judge of the C'ounty, Court of Leon. County said niortga having been aligned tonic al tIe cording to law. I i for sale low, a from, splendid :assortment o
a DAHLIES: Prince
tor Idlers AdnDinivtni'.ion on the t' tate of Den- next term of the Superior Court, lo be hnldrii It FERGUSON f fQuincy. 's GardenN
sl'cr.im.hi* style, we copy the fullo\\rg ''her i -uavity of t('mper, }her unifoini affability, |I iiiShea, laic of *aid, county, dcrcaM d. Moittict-llo, on, the firl Monday in >'ovciuber next Junc 12 1641._3oi48 i York, consisting ofevery variety and colour. They

I.,i very cxquif scrap : i i her feiicni charity will ever be treasured JOSEI'H 1H\VI l ING. I lmll apply for a Ibricl- sure thereof, bccerdtr.g lo Gadsdeu Couniy Court. bloom were put if np' in fine taken order, and warranted to
I properly care of.
I .
1.o'f' July 18. 1841. the ,tatuc In such case made and ;protided.JOHN '
I .Id William! McMiUan. ,
lI.il'll-t..c II a tzzn., '"., I among the holiest, tenderest reiru'nibccnces -- -- -- ---'- I BELLAMY ALBERT R. ALEXANDER.
H.derrt youff, mall i I : "' WESLEY ADAMS, on the mjrhl 'v* I July! Term, 'Port Leer,. March 13, 1841 if
M"lln2 tc.w h tJU'III"8- 33
i SOQ't..flhe ?.J. Lucy ;" ; of the heart., God's will be done! but it is ; \ThIEItEAS' March, 1841 met with ill stnou By THOMAS BALTZtLL, Jacob 'D. Fisler & 3eha Attachment -

, And ie.v 'fOlhe' th"mhel\tI pct .O1liIIit.f tiey odd tew in 1..in 49'II, hard indeed to part ,with her whose presence 1! disaster. of having twelve negroes burnt lo ashes by His 38 Attorney.June2',14l Jone, bv the name firm I( $136 93. RANDOLPH fa LEWIS,

lau'.nulII sri : I'' :,' fire. And whereas certain persona !U the counties of and tyfc of,J. D. Fi ler 1 Damages $ I DEALERS in Drug and Medicine. paiats,
seemed so indispensable at the domestic fireside GadwJen and Madison. 111 Flor'da, and Thomas and have in Store, & Cn. 'J j Oil. and Window Glass.

From the CharleslmTMtrcury.WWHINOTO.X I and in the -social circle-it is hard to I"Jjowiifleo, in Georgia, for purjXw..1 be-l known unlo I 40 bUi. Corn fed prime Pork, defendant and ail others : -

i I j theinnlvc, hair given currency to a report that those 25 '. Prime Bct-f, THE notified of the institution of WE have just received large addition to ear.
*, fh. _. : July. 6th, 1841. I I part with thee, MARY !- ne"TO 's said to'he burnt were run to New Orleans "rTexac 10 lilids Shoulders, stated case by attachment and are re : stock, which is offeied for sale low.t '

; **-cud-, u;.1 move mud nt this session was to j Jlut. wherefore wcc-p hur niatclilt-M t.f>nit 1i04fl I Ilic for the purpose of evading the payment of hili 15" Middling*, pear and plead to-the declaration filed in e ,

J the t. e 21st Rule-the nest i i. to abuliM ,' \und whfrc ".pletulid nhintu the orb of da\, j Ju..t debts, as also to enlist the feelings of the chanta- 3 ,' Hams according to law. I.'FERGUSON, Jr. ALL articles charged to our regular ".telDen.

i tpreatpnvelogeoffree debate. 'lodav'thtUramUe I I And vfpii! > Aingl:1I I kid her to thofre bowers table to the no small annoyance of the feelings of 35 Kes L"rd, QoincyJune'12 t84l,_3m4S will be at specie price., end the same or ita eqnivalenl

i or Rules offered a rpfiolutio', i ib Vbre c-ndlest. pleasure virtue' dc-cdn rrpay.' said Adatnn and family-we, the undersigned, being 40 bbls. Flour Gad *deu ConntyJCourt. will be demanded m payment at the expiration -
I. er> called on by eaid Adams for the purpose of examining 10 Bro n Sugar of the year.
\\hole mg the House to take a Bill out .of the .In this place, on the lllh instant, of theprevailing [ the remains of t-aid negroes, do hereby certify that on 50 .. Rectified \h:.key, I Allen M'Keniie, ]) -

f and?thus on! the fit tate of |the Union at anytime I I I fever, Hcv. Piiao F. PJIELPS, A. this, the first day of July, 1841, we met on the lands 5 Old MonungaheU do D. Fis'er vs 4- Jehn 1 IJacoJ |, JntTnm,' All person .bujn unsettled account* for" previous -

t bring it wi-hui the grasp of the \ of said Adams, and after opening the bale-box, whirethc.it 20 "' Gin, late yearr.: are requested to come forward and

; {'IIIOI Ever tiace our existence prequestion. as I Ia i 1,I j i M., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church. i iI remains were deposited, made a thorough examination 10 Old Holland Gin, Jones drr the name coparinrru and style Uf.AltalllJl't of {j, Damages clo&c ,the same.
1 the of aid box, and found Braid RANDOLPH i LEWIS.
iree of content 10 ,
native of New York- 1.lrt1
people ,it Mr. was a .
has been considered 'I Phelps J. D. FUler & Co.deCendlllt J
a sacrrd :, a quantity of human bones, and many other evidences 4 Port Wine, I Tsll.htaeeMarh( ?7th, 1841. 35
: P"'Jlege.tbat( cn uv'ry 1'ax Bill the people, !received I his academical, honors from JJniou bunVierit to convince the most incredulous mind*a to 2: b.xcs Surt'. I ,.lIE and all others I

t; thr"uh.T.'i.1! lftw Reprtse1tati\'c'l, should"speak I College, and prepaied for '(he .dutie .of the the reality, of the Ions of said negroes a above staled :;.n! Cudlell..i I hurb) noiificd of the above suit l> I TRAYED April, a two from the old subscriber colt en the 12lh \
and year mare .
tu. Hence J. D. EDWARDS. (() ToJacco, men I. are required l<> appear at.d a brigbtiorr
:: nractice: 10/ has been the invariable ministry at the Princeton Theological Semi- ,: EDWARD FOOTMAN. All of which I will otfer at private sale to close d ecli ration filed in said ra e'according to ( with a blazed face. Anv person returning the said
refer sill such Bills I 1 H 1 orse, or ginng iutbroialion will .
to the Commit W. 1. 'LRGU.sO\. be. satisfactery rewarded.
''toe of\\ become afflicted with an affection W HOLLTNGSWORTH, Iho con. nment. EDWIN DORSEY. .
bole, Having
debate on the state of the Union, where nary. A. YENT. Tathiliuaee! June !12. 1341. _ _ -duiiicy. June 12. 1841._ May .1, 1841.. JOHN W. ADAMS.'
rule cannot *Le ilurpressed. Hut by the which impaired his ability labor in \ W. -DLOXHAM.W. NOTICE.' John C.' Jacabi, -. ,

udl'pted, a minority can be strangled any a northern cl.imate.hc visited our city in the PATTERSONJefferson'County URING try absence from Florida MathiasSwaim Measurer and Inspector of Lumber --Alligutor Line.

I ::11 m..*. eud .debate cut off. Accorfm.lv a8 winter of 1839 in earch of health, and temporarily 'r___.___.. _._ -._,.. 1 D. .and.L L._B.hhL Harbour t" 'u., arc:_.my_ authorised- .., L County of Leon, /:2uL.: stage 1ie.has_been
.0 rUI Was ad .LjtIjU.I ur & .v. Bgfiils some nrrnunis 01 owuiin a'u iauuennnd his services to those who esiaoii-nea item MARIAN-
, Uzoird its adopted, forthwith Mr. STAiLY i officiated in the pulpit of the Presbyterian July 1, 1841. i P. H. S\V AIM & Co. OFFERS upon him. Charges NAvta, Mobite..l1a. Cam

I DIstnbuuQn tnrnrtttnelt, and this evening the Church then vacant. His services I, JAMES L. HART, an acting magistrate for the PET KB. 11. 'SWAIM. Titllalussee. March U. 1830. 33 -'-&ZT5__ .bellton,' PiUtnu" "Firrj
UUt''be i taken out of the I county of Leon, do hereby certify that John D. Ed. SI- Mark: May 22.1641-3m 43 Blackwater rind Fhwidato, to' PENSACOLA-

CommiUte and forced through the Hou, .- proved se acceptable, and promised to be so wad Edward .'ota W. 101igwor. A. Yent, NOTICE. NOTICE TO thus making for Tallahanee, a eonaectie. with

Tbll L Bill has been under consideration. I beneficial that he was chosen by the congregation .> and '\ Paterson, undersigned "B" HiHT Carisgef, rheap lor cash ; 'Charif'te*., A Board of Army Officers having been I Pensacola on the '.\\ e.,- and with. Nacodo.'n.I .
I our certificate, before this Tn ihis for lli.
the came me ed of North
1A.'t one ", ek I lo foregoing JLJ Uar-urhfi,with harness complete, got up litEupct.UT city purpose I tttxn frees interruption .r irrrfmtarHy. A
htmdrede i and thus' a measure involvinguh : and became permanently .united with day, and were duy: qualified to the truth of the same style aid fur sale by ing all! claims against either the Unied I mail stage line< out(ween Mobile and ..)6J Ia,
i of million of dollars, and striking their I and I further certify I was an eye-witness, with H. BOND the Te'rrito'j of Floriira. for fcupplies, or : corpleti the 'Western cooneetioa. Ttw line

doel, at the *ery existence of our \thole t i I them, as pastor. the foregoing lubarier to the remain of aid deceased June 2G, 1 1841-rr> 48 ces connectednitli the militia re hereby .I pa sea over the road constructed .(oar jean since
: )'h QI "l f Government I The .fidelity and affection with which this negroes .ebibited to us by our Reverend .- services to all those having such claims of b) the General Government from Floridatown tone
in |teet is to be dilipoled of Adams and it to JkTST RECEIVED, their and collection.
friend Wesley gives me pleasure adjudication ir the Cliatuhotxhee river ; the remabderiiaaBJB
sustained and the valuable Diction.:
relation has been and Walkers school .
U rutoTh. *-D8CqueQiy: B VOIlly our I have this opportunity fully to corroborate the truth of 101neY'4 Geog-apby Any paper delivered to us personally 'well made at the expanse of toe-proprietors.

Ii d.--\'. "r.L. ,trial!. a private cause. The services he rendered them, will elicit from the.foregoinp certific_.le. JAMES'H.. ,L.r ..Ln HART__,__ Malts Atlas n do dodo ry.Comstock's. Philosophy, mitted b! mail, (post paid) will be The tonniig, time from Mariana to PenMce|. is .
3 Ju. e Sedition La-wallre July ai JUtUC.OI me c.cC. before the Board.Wbcne'Yer 3t .oura. The stages, leave Mariaana
return. cha- It41. OB (00I
ICtr.Bnt. again his charge fuller notice of his pastoral Smith's do Mr*. Lincoln. Botany, -
; -theright0j 1 the ease require it, .. I d.ysWedneadsys sad
Saturdays j at3
free NOTICE. A. it.
debate is Element of
destroyed-ne:: Mitchells do dod Mythology, .
luer murrurs of rennnstranees shall be heard racter. Although, from his retiring and unobtrusive person indebted to the relate of Alary Willeli' do Colburnfc Algebra, Le given as to any additional proof I 1 A.NIM8
Uulesa the Representatives manners, society at large did not ALL late of Jefferson county, dcceiscd, \V oodbrldge & Willard'. Gummerie Surveying, necessary to the support of the claim, or a For the.pre etor,
of seventeen mil. I form it made.' Tallahassee Dec .
lione to make and all in which mist be 20. 1840. .(Jan 2-4L]
of are requested payment person & Atlas, Latin Reader,
his worth his social and civil Geography .
Indeed pple can utter them in one week. I early .appreciate having demand against the said eslate. to presentthe and Latin Tutor, In ail eases, a Power of Attorneytotic, FIVB ,DOLLARS .
: Adams' Geography BEWARD.
what i i. ( before the clerk .f the ,in ,
the the right of representation, if virtues-did! not permit it to remain long unknown same duly attested t Alls, Marsh' Book keeping, edged county from.Ihe house of A. E. Harrw
:: reaentti'e GCO. JONES Administrator.May party resides, and recorded in hia effice, STOLEN J Eaq
is Dot allowed tu .peak.- I ; and our city unites with those to Pikes Aritbmatic Bennett do the city, on the 'Dt bt"of U 9Sbiett. a

the tyranny i io all time has shrunk from -. ""22, t1.-w 4- Daboll' do Expedili Measurer company papers. W.P. & T.II. D MI blooded Cob BLOODH OCND,J.%{fMttedculor

light .r free discussion you are to -be 1 whom he was bound by closer ties, in mourn- N dcc. : i. Smiley'l.du Wedgwood Science of Tallahassee May 8, 1341. : ;, ear* a and ., erect,'and la? the

ePpresed and the : ing his untimely loss, who. has been taken week after 'dale 'the cneWtber Ad. Smith d* umben.Murra" UTAH' who have. .au&l Ienet&. c. '
FOUR way '
Your indignation poor privilege lUUoriqg of Gradlie Sheppard dee led Grimmer.Kirkhem Pocket Dictionaries, claims of the above deeerlplion will piece The Above reward wiJlbe given forhla4iiv..y

ed and belying ibe qoprestor, from us,. will apply for No. 103 in the *. .'doGreenleaf Flora' Interpreter, Powerj ut Attorney *a above directed.. ,' f lo the city M.nJaat"dt information wfeW JM
you. The Federal 1 Party JIM ever Like &..mmer dried (bon'ahi, Noitb addition the city ofTanaha.e.tLIABETH do MrCombe Tactir*, s.ndthemtoua. t W. P. fc'T- ,can be obtained. a'TahIaha3.ie.My15J41 A'.J

lielpised the people and deemed them only fit When our need wit the orrit." CLEAVELAND.Tnahaae I New York Read t>.* 1,3 Mason'Tamer, d ,
o be 4uJOitN Uulo Reader, Game William Campbell la Ju tjc*.. -
7b i Etaenoo i ODe'
4 H_
sUeoce :
their The deceased of Cath- art3 -
Ueprecentatives was a man a truly of
IS Slabs Slate Banking ?.. >euntv, Ciy, aBe .
p.rcefain Paper Large ILL
Peily w P. DUVAL, jh.na XtrH L 1.L&W b.
and Micy-butgiHthe keeping 'rhh their opinions olic spirit ; and although uncompromising in ATTORNEY AT LAW C.se with lock and kerj; Port Folio with lock and j'..nin"TenhJlle.- "Aiempit'by 1.8..to.M.Y' :t 1 WL''aawsy. froius th.Sairj:n
atUrn lbtn r.
People hear litBwTrf Flak'-Tape.' 8.*''lnl Wax,' Black and Red; .
the discharge of his duty, and sincerely devoted key < bound : toa; 'fH about 1 ,re7s vl&sia b.U1iad isseppaed
: Brick :
Bnildinj*, Main 8t.,
.te4bod ; Office i Col. WyattV Transparent Wafer)> Focr WaJer,: VUilinjf ? &e be iii the ,gtiborboo4ottheJIjeca.siiki. : _
TucUhoe The little Steamer to the denomination_ which he was TALLAHASSEE. 119I Cards Note Paper Briaio) &trd' Paint Box**, j THE j.fedtnt' IUt'a1ltiheri' 'in"L.re" : ?). l'be *bovs.uIs4 "i '..M.I'tI.'roc..i..
i a thl
CUt4xi 'tJi.I. r 1 *iU4UO( .
UQtbei&thinft.,.1 few in j Dec. S. ,_ Slide Wire File. Tin Folder. Ivory ? ; doily... .
and & __ &or .tJm4.
-tietcw(; a. member Indefatigable efforts to I n t F.adttlkCqt.11GI..labl&A attcent,1&t l.pur .oa S" mf, a GlPu Cfor .
udotts on tbt,Ohio,scd vat : w*. C.UiLEL.coWMIBiONUCHANe,- : 1AU&r t 'P'.J i Tsllhtiur,,i.ef Iq E. fisuis. .-,_ ..:
Liabfziassd. advance its his: la.bora'were I .1'jesaYjtohaw. t.
She prosperity, not p.fljldrsWar.rCopsj 4,. teTft : ; : ; ,
wi& 'uAMlLTOK..u"
waed 8Olf.
byMr. 't r".
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floma II .' i. "' .r/.A'tJAYWARD\: \ 't.a. GIBSON, .
; or ic Sandy, and, was at. a |nUii.%:the iarzqw *nd 1&e curUn pirit of .M. 82 Coaunerce Strett MIJfl.1841-\5' : 43 f MajS &&. Juie 19, 184 'i'4.

bigotry.- In all fb '- ell on. of life, is a ruin- New OHLXAKI.

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1Ioflgt'i Veg' tItbli Xiffe Medicine i PItOSPECTIJS.V
t-- To the
'Middle District Marsli4
Martfal l !
tte fof"t&
I HE' publisher, of the Globe Levi rftfflhl7 To :of tAe Middl&I"UlI1t6
i1CE. TJ: : Em i.iD'.r.iebl for their nams LAW NOTICE. T ofsl.bomotinl greeting : -
tG.1 IX weeks sbati the Hon. given to the country>uxpwilion :
dale to. '
I apply to the manifest |*d srnsitl I.action of pnrie T HJ.UnIoin Bank'of Florida; having transfer which prompted the attempt by the Federal .; /flERAS. heretofore, to wit: on the er WH EA 5het.fOJ,to witen.. V
Jodf of uf County,
,'for letle the County Court the Estate of triig and channels of life. and enduing ,::r*.d its bnsicet to other gentlemen of the party to 'prostrate thoir establishment, by the y"t'' tMnth d.y'of November, in the.ysar .1 l of February, inthe, year ,* *.*. Ur
a Administration I"rinr Ihoussnd
on : bar we can be wino'have I lawtek their canuactisFniDtCr. 'Lo iheaoand tight hundred and iweniy- one eight hundred "r Ufto
them with now employ-d to defecd those abrogation : | oar Lord one .act .
p CflrJnbal I McEachrtn late of aid ,deceasedJOHN t.n. a'd tlgor., In .hun- chart thIt
McEACH A.N renewo many been or may be sued, 'ly the bank mall case the Senate. They showed that there were already nine a Charter oflneorpor:1'ion'u granted, on rincorj>o ali,,a wusgrare b ,- a
I died crtfed case wlich' hav'bc made public where the 'criinal.ummo or writ is malo returnable six Federal new'plp"rs-'n which seventh ii the conditions, limitations and restriction therein : lati. Council of O.e 'rvrite", tIle I.t, ;.

M.722,1841 .43 and in .almost eyry. species of disease to which to the April or Ma j terms of the approach about to'b added-published at.W lbilliton-aJl providedbyth: Legislative Council of the Tern Bank to b. est.blisbed in ll FterWa

1OTICE. tho J human frame ,\\iable, the happy effect oCMOI'PAT' ing courls in Florida. devoted to the dissemination of Federal principles, Ury of Florida t 0 a certain B nk by the name and and to those who should beeomVaC4.r.U.h..a

lX weeks &ft.t .! to Vhe Han. LIFE.PILLS and PHOENIX BITTERS WM. P. 4- THOS. H. DUVAL and the defence of Federal measures. And to style of tbe BAllI or Ftoauu" and to all thow- said Bank their tnecessori'and S.let-
;r Judge of Ihe CountCoairttof Jefferson county Attorneys at Law. make this overwhelming battery Federal presse who shouW become Subscribers the ssid B&I.1. c"ndllto..Irntr.tl"u. and re.UfetioS0*'a 'l :

fo latter* of Administration I de bonit ps n, on have been rrtcful.and publicly ackoowledred April, 1841.J. at the seal .of Government tell..i\h. the. mere_ of their auccssaors'and V as 5nr-And whereas. alto! said.. Charier, which..id Bank was. J.,.__PFutftred'Iu''
,this of Jacob C4LsT,late of Jef.nonOOQDty. Jbtr the persons benfitted. and who were & feet throughout- the- Union-- the character' 01# '''1"-' on the evenleenth.day of February, in the year ot inc Dame and sly!. g! ihe. WrOf1tSdy(

d.e JOHN FREEMA.PI previously unacquainted wi h th'e' beutifully phi- L. O'B.-BJBAJVCll, I Globe wa f) b tarnl,hadjumcan impoverwne ouriLord one ti'iooeand tight,hundred .and thirty herea.a, ,also! On u. B.--. ef'FlouliuAnd '

8.1841. S .'1f losophical principle upon which they consequent HAVE associated themselves in the practice and NOTICE. I If vet. 'I Law. One cf them will always bo. denunciation of infamy-on part of the F.ders! islatiro Council of the Territory: of Florida to sand eight hundred and Ihirty.four.55 itt*,_

;QIX weeks date, the undersigned wiLUp found at their office.Jp leaders in the Senate.-by' throwing the .deadweight amend said Charter of Incorporation, at appear paned by the Legislative Coowil ori. au'
aCer The LIFE Sh Branch.
MEDICINES recommend Tf'ftftet'of
: : ply i to t the JudgeNof tbo County mlche: Lawrence O'B. IIraDd1.I ,; of an expenditure of $40,000 in prspara- by Ihe original enrollment of said Charterof I". Florida in addition to -nd I

Court of Lecn county, fpr, letters of dqnistr&UOn in diseases of every, form and description. Their I Feb. 13, 1IM1. lion to do the Congressional t work, on the hand of corporation, andof..id amendment thereof of record aid charter of' incorporalion-.A.7.?** to .

.; oa ths estate. of Charles) Black deceased.ROBT first operation is to l loesrn frojn. the coa4s of the its .publishers, (the printers whose contract was in the office of the Secretary-of the'Tertitory on the twelfth day of Febrnary.; in ii,'. .W.K

RAYMOND REID.. stomach and bowel, the various impurities and I tcaw Neilee.V vialaled.) and.byhaing. whole wpik of defamaliun of Florida as well at by the public statutes of tho Lord one thousand ijfcthnBdrtiaS year of 0'
43NOTICE. PEACHY fpRATTAN and E. -C. CA- I and the judgment of i of Florida printed by authority.of tho an act was pawed by he thirt1.,,
.! Tallahtsso. May '7 181 cruditi constantly nettling around them ; and to havingforhed Accomplished by Territory Governor-.i .
association toprac the 'Senate of the'Unfon to give it the satctuonofthe Governor and Legislative Council of.the ...me.And ,- :Council of the Tmitory.of! IArisJa\lti
remove the hardened feces which coiltclin! the ficelaw, under ihefirrr of RATTANCatix JoritaJ'.n"r
The said Charter .of |10
.k highest tribunal known to our countrry. whereas also, a law was passed by the Governor I corpora.tIOR. IIItIl
SIX wekEaftnrdate, I ihallapply to the Hon- convolution of the smallest inttltine"s. the will attend the Courts of the Middle and Apalachicola work was done by a caucus packed majority of and Legislative Council of the laid Territ original enrollment of said Chart.II apeate k 11h'

Judge of the Court of Leon- medicines cleansetheso and leare District of Florda.! Globe ore left in of ian, and said additional, or
1 County only partially Office Federalists,and the Editors of the 'y, on the fourth day.of Mirth the year. our and flCorp t
county, fur letters of Administration on Ibo es- such uuder the Unioi Bank. sustain their establishment the .patronage record in the office of the alhtlJdUnr* let'
i: collected missfs behind &to produce 'habitual to by Lord one thousand eight hundred and tnmy-ninr Secretary .f
tale of M. T. Camnbell, late of said county deceased. costiveuess with all its train of evils, or sudden Feb-29--31 ,they may receive from political friends for tho papers authorising and requiring the District Attorneys iI l of Florida, u well as.by the P.hlie"Uutta ortbe Teryjt.r
SEBASTIAN SANGUINETTC. CHARLES S1BLEY Wo will auk receive the the Territory FIoridaprinted of 'hi
r diarrhea, with its i imminent dangers. This fact i is they publish. not or said Territory to institute requisite legal prn- bY.'lIt '
Tallahassee, May 29,1841. 43" ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, sort of lumping contribution by vhich the banks ceedings against such Banking Incorporations in veinorand Legislative Counclloflbe',oheOo i'-

.. NOTICE. well known to all regular anatomists who examine and Federal politicians sustain their presses. 'Ve their respective Districts as might have incurred whereas alsoa I law was passed Lth. ..rn..Adaa'"

g3 IX months after dale, the undesigned, wilUp5 the hutnanjjowels after death; and hence the pre OFFERS his Profes.ional: services in tbo co c will abandon the publication of the Globe if it forfeiture of their Charters by XOV-KMT, and lo Legislative Counclloftbe : iJrq.or and

' ;>! ply to ttft Hon..Judge of LeorvCounly Court: judice of those well-informed men against quack will debts, &c. in Middle Florida. He cannot be supported bv the regular subscription prosecute tho same to effect, so that tho said Chai- I;the fourth day of March in IfceJlf Jhndl-oa

.. 'for letters of* Dimjciori at Admini' tralor,of U'ooilate medicines, nr.medicne prepared and heralded to attend all' the Jours in tine Middle! District. price of iho paper. If such of our Democratic tcrs might be declared null ami void, by the Judgment cue thousand eight! hundred and.thin/-! Olr lorf
lC7Ofllcjn lhe
of Robert CopeVand, deceased, in right ofiliiiwife.Eliiabel.U the would .ignorant persons. (The second effect Tallahassee. Feb. New Court HoilSC. friends whose circumstances do not justify a subscription of the proper Courts in said Districts,-An.! rising and requiring. the Dlltnet.ttorlqol>l"Territory ***
G Ponder. 13.1841. ,to the will of Ihe United to institute *1a 4
daily or semi-weekly paper whereas Charles S. Sibley Attorney e M ?
of tho'Life Medicines is to cleanse the and requisj15 lea1
W.G. PONDER, Adm'r.. kidneys -cARRINGI'ONJ.CABELL, patronize iho cheaper publicalbns issued by us- Stairs for the Middle District of Florida prosecuting > ings against suoh banking incorporiu ,I ?***"
M 34 bladder.. and. bv this means the liver__ And_ .Innott.I the Extra Globe, and Ibis dist j tI
; -, 2.18 9 --'O\ QmNl W Globe-the Congressional for said Territory, hath appeared.on day respective ucs, III might have i ; Atif
NOTICE. the healthful action of which entirely depends upon the Appendix-we shall be enabled li maintain, in behalf of said Territory and by him the Couilfccre of their charters by non aae.,..lIelrrtd to.rLures ,' .

1 IX.ponthi after date, I stall apply' to the the regu'arity of the urinary organs. The Tallahassee, Florida. III heretofore ou r corps of Congressional I Reps ten is given to undcisland, and be informed that the same to Affect so thai ihe !"i4'"orowent.

f Hon. Judge of the County Couit of JotTer. blood which takes its red color from the agency of WILL praclice in tfie Courts, of the Middle at the cost of $ ',(0 per annum and to draw to tho uid"Balik of Florida".il the county of Leon and might be declared null 1 and void by t. lrtT
of Florida. Office in the room under our aid some of t the ablest pens in our country.We Middle.District aforesaid tilth forfeited its Char of Hit. proper Courts in said ad'lItrI"
for settlement and discl the liver and the D-striet:
son cnqnly, arge longs il into the .
I a.ua Wa passes the Union Bank. trust, under these circumstances, and at a time tcr. and.all the IranchUcs,privileges and rights im as, Charles S. Sibley Attorney of HtnVLho1? -
I tho of
from Liltleberry
.late of said administratorship doceatied.I heart, being thus urificd by hem and nourished .Jan.30,8141. 27tf when the greatest interests of the country, and its munitios thereby ronfcrred.by non-tueraDd he hath for the Middle District (,f Florid Shift' '

I f, : LTITLE county BERRY PARKER, Adm i iJan by food coming from a c'leal stomach courses V. BUTLER, future destiny are put at slake upon the event prayed that a icivefaciat might issue according u> said Tornlory.hath appeared e. /' prJfccticJror

16, 1841. freely through,the veins, renews every part of f the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT U fV with which the first year Qf the present Adminis- law to summon tine saidMBa Florida," to appear of.aid Territory.and by him thus COlin I/Iildl'w.jen Hh1

:.* rysjem, and triumphantly oiounts the banner of Pensacola, West Florida, traliot is pregnant that no individuslwlno has the before this Court, at the proper time and I loundersland and bo inform-d;haul.ere, is ,iI i-

. Notice.llXmonths health in the blooming chetk.Moffal's WIS7 ILL practice in tho Superior and County cause of Democracy at heart, will incsitateio meet place,.to show cause if any it could, why the said tral DanK ofFlorjda".it the said said"CeL.
'Q after/date/ I shall apply to the Hon. Y. Counts Eocamhia and Walton Ccunlie this appeal, when at the same time he will fool assured Charter of .Incorporation should not bo repealed I in the Middle District Florida CIIU1\tlor Len

.it J Judge of tb* County Curt of Jefferson Vegutable Life Medicines have been aho in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee.Sep that this trifling tax for his own advantage and declared null and void; feitcd iu Charter, and all the fraochj.fureaaid, ,, hl\1a\ fur

1' Connty, (or f final settlement ad discharge from thoroughly tested, and pronounced a sovereign 5, 1840 6DAJf1LY_ will sustain in: triumph- at Washington the long- THEREFORE YOU ARE-HEREBY .COM, I rights and imrnunilies thereby. tn T.,..,...pr L filrau,
.the administratorship of JEKEMIAB DRCW, late of remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Palpitation of --'VIUT tried and faithful press of his party. MANDEI, That you make known to the said cnn. and !hath prayed 'ihat xi"/ae-- u1 101-

'( taid. county, deceased. RACHEL DREW, the Heart, Lisa Appetite, Hearlbujn arid Head ATTORNEY CO THE I-XTRA GLOBE will he published weekly Hank of Florida," and all thcrresider.m.CaflfierB, I I issue according to I.w, to fUtnlhon : 4l flJicbt
: AND t1 N' ELL 0 a AT LAW t'e .ij
J y 9, 1841 Adininistralrix ache Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor MonliceUo Florida. for six months, commencing on Wednesday, the Directors and Stotkhotders thereof that they bebefurp. : (rat Bsnk of Florida to apdear befo( e ,this "Ct.
NOTICE.SX 19th of May, and ending on .the 19th !..lrcl'ILNue3t the Judge ol our Superior Court of the I at the proper lime and pla,'. and Co;. 1
d M oslivcnc Diarrhea Cholera show
f rholy ,
month after dale, I shall apply to the WILL practice in the several Court of making twcn'y-six numbers;the last ";f which Middle Dirict Florida fur the County of Leon, any it could why the laid Charter of eauseflr,
Fevers of all .kinds, Rheumatism Gout\, Dropsies .Mindle District, an-1) in tho ,Court of contain _
will such
number in
\ of the County Court of JeffononCooi A will contain an index. Earn on the li.urthJcnday January ned or lion should! nat he polled and 4rciuc.d S"IIERKFORE

y, for a fna selllc/nenl( and discharge e from of all kind,, Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption ppcsls.Jan.23., Ia41. sixteen royal quarto page It will contain principally other time ns the Courtmay l tie adjourned', to, at void: l UcI

the A Iministratorship of Christopher! Smith, late Scurvey, Ulcers. Inveterate Sores, Scorbutic -- political I mailer. The political aspect and the Court House in tho City of Tallahassee: and YOU ARE HCRFBY

;. of county.deceased. Eruptions and Bad Complexions, Eruptive -Law NoUc bearing vf the measures before Congri'b during tliw County of Leon lo show if anv thii'g they for MANDVEIThat you makt known to { COl.
S .iid dm'r. ; Co-partnefbhip hitherto existing between session will be de\'tI. ..cd. and when have s vl hy 'the said Chirter Cenirat F-nk the ui4
C. W. DEWITT, Complaints sallow, cloudy and other disagreeable THE special (ifully tl.Cu/ieVI s or can R.iy. olFiorida. and all! rr..
161841. \'. P. DUVAL and \\'M. H. BROCK- the proceedings are considered of much interest to of Incorporation of the'B.unk of Florida" bould rectors, Caithicre antI Stockh drot'Dl'f _
Jan.: ; It> ,
Salt r
Complexions, KJicum Common EMBROUGII
Ery..ipi1a Ihereof.lh.t
; Ldministrator's Notice. has been this day dissolved bv muualonseiit. the public, they will be given at length. not be repealed annulled and mnde "oul. and all hey be before Ihe Juc> ot ur

JaO. NTHS afterdate, I shall toudge Colds And Influenza, and the various other complaints The grcMiional Globe and Appendix will be- I liberties imim-mUes, privileges and Ira'! >(-s. by the Middle Diari-l uf Florid.! fur Superior the Court .

. ,. S'I of the County Court. .PPl nlh* which afflict the human frame. In Fever Wl\J. 11. DROCKrNBnOUGII! will continue to gin with the xlra session of Congiess to commence the bade conftrrcd be seizcdir.to possession and Leon, on the t\rth Monday CUUJllof'; J.
ty.fdr, ,a final settlement and dle11arglJrfm| theanministralorehip & Ague particularly the Life iledicmes.haveJicen ade at Apalachicolppau J practice in the Apalachicola on Monday, thoSlsl of May next; and will control of said Territory andfurther to do and the dite of this \\'ri& or such rtl' rut after
nibUict.andlho County of Leon and the be continued during the .euion. The Congressional receive what the said Court then and there of il, Court be Mime silt.
of AtEiASDEa R late. mist eminenty! nucceshful) much co that, in may adjourned to, at the Court ,
IJAA. Court of Appeals regularly and lu Jefferson nd will of the behalf, shall consider and iJoag, .'
a history in
Globe impartial
give an and them, said County of Leon at the
said county; 'the Fever & Ague districUpJiysici almost universally thy of TillharK.
a o ecc.ad.BURWELL M'BRIDE Gads dcn specially employed. proceedings of both Houses ,of Congress; and the direct.-And you are further commanded to give nan! County, to sJyiw, if .any thing lh. in, ,
I prescribe them. allahassee. Nov.20tli, j83 ,Vidix will contain all the both of ihs; for frm
840 21 Administrator. App : speeches on notice of the proceeding, by selves have 01 tao
t -.-December-- 19.,] I All!! that Mr. Modal requires of his patients, is DU' F' S. BEATTJE tides of important subjects full length, as written publication hereof in some public newspaper in I Incorporation of lie "Central Bank said C1Iutiror

c, middle District, to be particular in taking the Life Medicines strictly HAS resumed the practice of Medicine in all its out, or :revised by tile members themselves. the Middle District of Florida,lor the space of three I should not be repealed, annulled and of Fiends

Leon Superior.Court. i ucr.orling to the directions. It is nut by a news. : and lenders his protrskional! serviCes They will bo printed an fast as the business of the months fiom tho day if the date hereof and that 1 and all liberties mini,.unities rijn4s. ml'e! sold.
Robert H- Perry, ) Assumpsil, damages: to the community. Hiso.Tice is St. Marks. It and of rilt*rf |no j
'4 $4,0 notice al two Houses furnishex matter for a number. is make returns of ihis writ your proceed franchises, by the
'. 'Sattachmcntf r.?1 paper nor by any thing that he himselt may at the house of:. C. Spencer. you I iaie rwifericd. be i iieJpobsessin ;Iro
4 ,499,3. certain that w e will publish more numbers of each ings thereon on the first day oi the next term a"d control of saij
Ii Jonathan G. lden")lued March 13, rerutn-' say ia their fa vor,that h" hopes togain: credit. It J-/HL IS 2m [The Star will copy I that there) will be '%ceksin the scimion. They will this Cou't. I arid further to do and receive TfrritofTt/ejo what ; ,, ..
able lo April term A. D. 184L is alone the mulls of fair trial. ---- I tie Mrf: Court
by a DR. -JOHN II7POPEOFFERS be issued in the same furm as the Extra Globe! WirMss.- RIChARD G. WELLFORD.Cl then and thereof u and ifcem.in ltaiinjuu
THE,defend ant and all persons interested, are JTIoflTat'8 Medical ITIannal--designed aha his prole.ionaIIlN"ie-S to the people and a copious index lo each. Nothing but the of our said Court this ISth day consider and direct,-And
y !pqtifieii of the institution of and of will !be admitted of A. D 1811 and the sixty I you art furtiw 1.0iJ1-
nit domestic guide to health. This little pamphlet, County. Office in Monlicello proceedings speeches Congress day January mantle1 to give notice of the i iosrittitillJl

vsuit by attachment'the and declaration arejiprchy filed required in aid to appear edited by v\V. B.Moflal 375 Broadway N. York. over..the.. Hereof_ _William Denham 4Co.. into the_ Congressional, Globe or "Appendix.. fuh year of tho Independence oftle: limited I eeecl.I1:.hy publu-auon lmcreofin, stmni.. .ottLe-%_.,.__
and plead to : caso .\f. ...:.ftftll.. "' .n 'L1 V -- rpapl'r "
& IOIJ.J. These works being limited in a suitable form lor States of
ha* been published for the of .nlpu..vI ._ I m the Middlr District of Flu,,,;,
the form the in such explaining iOr l.
accord to of statute cass purpose ,
ing J lUiCANrrs, hind'.djr: with crpion-.indeull. will form a valuable! .'I I:. WELLFORD.[ ). Clerk of of three moi.ths from
ia4e'ad provided. moro fully Mr. Moffal'slheory diseases, and will Attorney and Counsellor at Law indeed, a necessary appendage to the library of.j the Superior Court of the Middle District of I hereof; and tiatyou! mike the day of the jdiU.
return of
,CH AS. S. SIRLEY, Aty.: of Plff. he found highly inttrcstin .to do Florida for Leon Count.OTICK this toi*
; persons peeking the statesman and politician, giving, a* they at .
ractice in the Courts Varpr .ceeair.Z9ine.eou
24 of the Midd'o! on the first of
.rch O 18t1.-3m day neit
health. It treats upon prevalent diseases, and the WILL and in Ike Court of Appeals. Of. snextiemcly -'dt.rale, price a complete! epitome I term of oursairf Coort.

Edwin D.Coleman., J MADISON( SUPtWI Co I causes thereof Price 25 tents-for sale by tIr.MoffaL's fice at liavsfcce: Fla. tf april 16, 1840V. of iho political and legislative hi.!l ry ol'the period. I 1\\J I is hereby given of the foreg oine pro- WITNESSKlrHAKO \VELLFOKD
.. > April term, A. D. 1841. ," Subscriptions, for the Extra Globe should be | 1., reeding lo all persona mentioned and con Clerk of ,
( agents cen orally.fCJ2" \ : I our ad:: Court, this IBlh
Abj hsm Ie1lItachtnunt in assumpsitfor These Cannartf .TIecliciis A. Long here by the 26h: May. and fur the Congressional ccrnerl the ein. a,. I am thereby directed.LFIG1I January A. I D. d'1of f
: valualle Medicines are for sale bv ATTORNEYS JC41. aim; ,ut.filtb
$1.43 48. AT LA WTALLAIIASSF.F. Globe! and Appendix by (lie 6th June I cxt,to insure READ. of Alllellca" l..r
defendant and al others interested, are RANDOLPH & LEWIS. KLA.W all the number Marshal of the ?.1.lidd!" Oifri. I f F'oida..T3n. R. G. \VELLr
notified the institution of said Dec.- 19 _ _ ff/ILL practice in partnership in the Superi- TERMS.For 53,5 l-y JOHN .'. KACHLER, D. 31TEItltI'L'ORY the Superior Court of the ORD.ucJe.rkof Dwtnclof,

. .suit by attachment, returnable lo said term, and HEADACHE, SICK OR TVEKYOUS. TT orConrls of the Middle and Apalachicola I copy of the .Extra Globe, $1 Florida foi
.they a/e hereby required to appear and plead tote Tho extraordinary reputation that Dr. Spohn'n I Districts, and in t the Court of Appeals. Their 6 copies do. 5 OF FLORIDA, 1 Leca CcaUj.JOT1CK .

, de I.atio. filed'f.n' paid case acccrding to I&w. 1 remedy for this digressing complaint is every day office w, for the present, in the new court house .I I 12 do do JO To, the Marshal of the Middle District, i I is hereby given of the forryoirtj
I CUAS.S. SIBLEY.March gaining i i. certainly a. matter of much astonish Dec21 20 25 dtf ilo : cee.lmg to all ira1 -
l Att'y olPIff.Edwni.D. inenl. That so much suffering should have existed And so on in proportion for a greater lIu, cr.Fu greeting : : ; persona mentioned and concerned -
13 far without inediri-; i MiSS -SMITH heretofore to wit: on the eighth i therein as I am theriby dr..ted.LF.ln: .
ages any discovery or any 1 of the Congressional Globe, or Appendix WHEREAS
i MADISON burERioa Gou copy
Celevuiiiu .T \TILL srSCUOOLin the 'if Lon? READ
: pal preventive or cure, i. truly a subject of much % open Tallahassee on the i 5OCcnt.. in ) car our
> April Term, A. D. 1841. regret ; but Dr. S. now assures the public that Flit Monday of January.lt. for GirU, 6 of -either -- -- $? 50 one thousand eight hundred and Ihirtv-lwo.a.: Chiir- Marshal I of the Middle DMritt nor'...

John Hogan.. ) Alttchment in A&sumpsit for uch a remedy has been invented as will convince and Boys under twelve years of age Her schoolroom "l'2 copies do do 5 00 ter of Incorporation was ranL"d by the! l.egiI ljliv.- Ja." IU by JOU L'.KACHLER.D.MPROCLAMATiON; '

$708 45. the most credulous. The principles upon which it will bo in the lower sloiy .uf Mr. CUTTER'Snew 25 do do 10 00 Council of the Territory Florida, to such person
defendant in said case and all oiherei house, in Monroe street. should subscribe to the stock of certain Bank
ID a
THE acts are simple and plain. Il is an edmiited fact for
in number.
And HO on proportion a greater
.' are hereby notified of the institution that this complaint whether called Sck: Headache Miss SMITH engages to loach all the branches transmitted to bo established in the Town of Magno'ii' and IT
be mail ,
: of said sUitby attachment returnable to taiJtcrrp usually required and her Payments may by postage with the of said ROBERT RAY310ND REID
t hopes should ,
or Nervous Headache, arises primarily from tile ; by exertions in I at risk. B the regulations of the 1'oet comply provisions Charter*
paid, our
and they are hereby requited to appear and stomach-those who think they have the Nervous the promotion of lier ,pupils, to render general na-I Office I > are authorised to which said B"nk was incorporated by the nume arid Governor of Florida.
.plead tp.t)1! declaration filed in said case according tiifdclion. Derailment postmasters style of '-THE McaciUNTs AND PLANTERS' BK: U' ( : \ -.lti is
Headache rct t assured that this the IF,1,11'! lIIadekno..n to that
may > organ frank lcltef containing for subscriptions to inc
.to CIA$. S. SIBLE17.March Momich, is the first ca"tn, that the has become TEDUS, PER QUARTER I I money or MAG'IOI.IA-\ud; whereas al-.o, or. lc!, t\\elfd'l i 1 ilium J. C rrrf Franklin nlv..li
Tiff- system IICW"PII per,. .. __ ..
13, 1831-8m Alt'y 11 Onthography and Ueadinir., S5.00 V V 11 v .5-.hrll"r tf in flip v<.*:ir .rni.r Lnr.I! 'land cl.llrcopd wit.! II p
vitiated debilitate.] through the stomach. -
or The notes of bank, current in the section -ot ----.h-- '.u luurueioi JOflll .i'norton.
Leon fiUpcrior.Couri. and thai only through the same channel must ihcy The abov'c.\vitli Writing and Aritlimelic 8.00: where any subscriber resides, will be received I ;ad igi't bumiredar.'d; thirly-twot an act was : Las fled and is now at Jar,..

The CommisV, of Tallahabsee! } expect a restoration of the natural and healthy The above, with English Grammar Geography country at a >as.ed by the Governor and Legislative Council u: I Now know ye. that I, Robert Raymond Reid,

vs. >Jn Chancery. functions of l'ie' syslcni. Th'n object Dr. Sphon's and History 1Q.OC by;C/us .No par.attention will be paid to any order un. he Tirntory of Floridato amend the laid Charter Governor or Florida by virtue of the{, autftontfia

David B..ButIcr& another )SIT remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The Tallaha-.eo, Dec. 2G, 1840 22 less the accompanies it. of Incorporation;-And whereas also, on tho Hf- me vested bylaw.do hereby oil. a reward of two

appearing the Court thai, .the defendant irulli of this position cannot bo controverted, and NOTICE. money BLAlll & RIVES.I le nlli day of February in the year of our Lord hundnd dollars for the tpprehennon of th. s.IJ
David B. is not inhabitant of this with the one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four an fugitive, and his safe delivery 10 Jailor
Uutler, an the sooner sufferers headache become IHEREBY notify all that the firm of Washington City. April 20, 1841.SALE. any or f chrrI
Territory, but resides in Georgia- It in therefore convinced of it the sooner will their aalferingN end I ypKNGLF.R & LYM AN pmcus.is this di olveJ -- act was passed by the Legislative Council of the officer of tine Territory of Florida, authored to
l.e here beforo } day ; FOR Territory of Florida, bupplemcir.al: to the said take clj r2e-of him ,.
.ordered that unless appear on or \\he I in restoration of health. Dr. ,Sphon pledges Ins und that I will jiol be for
1st !ond./ of August next, and' answer theconijilainants professional reputation on this fact. The remedy lions made by the said rebponsiblu LYUAX in the name any Iransaa.of the LtLsmall assortment of Drug, Medicines &c., Chanter of Incorporation, as appears by tho original i- The said William J Can is cLout ?6 yrrs oUr

bithe same will be .tuken for tonfeE/ I may be l bad al the apothecaries. firm. A. SPENGLER. for a counliy store. Apply" at this enrollment of said Charter ot Incorporation feet si* inches high, dark eyes and hair.sfcd bttalhcr

against ttlie! .mailers 'lJertof.dlclctd.cd: I In all acidity or sourness of stomach, this reme- 'r..llalla-eo. 51840. 19 Office- and said amciidinent dud said supplemental art,of a dowu look when spoken to.

cordinffly ; but is further likt.1 o j d) is sovereign and invaluable : u a general' family lecord i i" thv office of ihr Secretary of the Territory Given under my hand and the seat ethic

this ord,rbe published: .in some one ni f tIc n medicine, it is now adopted by many of thu PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. Lost or Mislaid. Florida! as well as by the public statutes of the [L. s ] Territory, this first day of April, A.D.

papers printed in this .Territory for four uiosuccessively. most respectable fsinilie U never ficken the J B. BULL, t CO 'have just received new A NOTE of hand for Iwenly-twu dollars given Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the 1841.

stomach or pioduceo any of unpleabaut effects C and iavhinnablo Hats of Beaver Silk or by George Young to the Subscriber dated Governor and Legislative Council of the same,- ROBERT RAYMOND RE10.By .

ALFRED BALSII, Judge, .tc. of phybic.Directions. Mole 6J.in.Vhieh they offer to the public rea nnahly sumo tune in January last. All person are Cat And whereas alan,, a law was passed by the Governor tue Governor,

April 811-! 36IMVll .for use accamnany crh bottle. fur specie or its equivalent, and for the currency lioned against trading for the said note. A liberal and Legislative Council of said Territory on J. ilcCANT, Secrelirv of Florid.

!) S. SPIION: M. I)., of Middle Florida' at such rates as becomcth reward will be given to the tinder on returning it t t. the fourth dy of March, inn the ypnr of our Lord By Thos. Jeff. Heir, Private Stt'j.
WALKER reich July 4, 1840) 49 JAMES WELLS. lioUH3nrt! hrndred ----
and Inventor.For coin Ce. one eight andthirty.nimne. authorizing
OU Sale at K. L. BAKtKS Dn>r and >''ed
ATTOJ.USEYATLAW &O. I sale in TallalJlu' e. by I Also good aFHorlment, of clothing, Cloth, Cas- Tin Ware Manufactoi.V and requiring the District Attorneys said F dicine Store next dune lo the Putt Office

VVJLL practic' iin4.ho. Courts of the ) I1o Districtof .eb2 47 RANDOLPHS LEWIS. .! piiiietcn RId: Ves-tmg, from the coarsest to lhe "HE Subscriber continues to on)thc ahov" Territory to in*>lilute the requisite legallrocecd- A ls .Choice and latest priieDaMia Root

Florida. Z/is oCjce ie the first to the right i Coparlllcl'l hjp. I fir.eM. Please call and witness for vourelvc J bw>mct>s in all its br..ndicl.cary and keeps constantly ings againil such Banking Incorporations in their 1. L. BAKER.TaJlahaaset .
xtf sr J B. nl\rutorlin\ .rdl&I!&8eewhere he may "For Sale respective Districts, as might have incurred forfeitures .
subscribers havo this day entered into on hand general assortment, which be offers Feb 20) 30 __
.always b found. THE !. as punoisl communion and forwarding A hANDSOME lIGhT BAROUCHE, with at wholesale or retail to null purchaser. of their Charters by non- $,and to prosecutethe EDWAItD B. CilBSO*.
Dr. A. :M. merchants, under the felylo of McNauglufeOrmond. IUHD"" f'UOIplet for two horses by WM.il. FRANCIS same to effect, so tnat the said Charters mightbe
Vl G I located UADOLPI.ralahauer. of WM. McNAUGHT. Port Leon, "'e". B. .VNAUG11T.. SCp26 9 Munroc street. declared null and void by the Judgment of the ACTITI02i or MBDICIK1.
HA: professicnalservices te thr public.i JAMES ORMUND.Port ------ --nnEnNARD'S proper Courts in wild District,-And whereas OFFICE.next' door to R. J. Hickley and E.

Jleis to found) at the of Dr. J. H. Ran1dolphonMonrot I.eonJan2O, 1840 26 Remedy for Dysentery, Diarrhcea Summer STAGE LINE Charles S. Sibley Attorney of the United States Auction Rooms.
b tee 'I foi the Middle District of }Florida prosecuting for Tallahaaiwe, Feb. 13, 1841. ___
Street. I Ga.
I Gostenhofcr & Davies, Complaint, Colic, Cramps and Sj'asms. From Columbus to Apalachicola, Fla. hath
said thiN
Territory appeared on day on be-
May26 4 __ C01TIIUISS10N IHERCHA IN all the above complaints this Medicine has Four Horse fcl'ost Coaches. inahfof said Terrilory and by him the Court hero WANTSA
NEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. small amount in Union in Life and Trust
In the Supe otCoar Middle District a curtain remedy, both to children and is given to understand and be informed that the or
.-H. BoudE... Co notes, for mill accounts mature
: Florida. adults. Numerous tcstirnorials of sundry
are given said "The McrchcnU' and Hanlers' Bank of .
MvsBtts. Bel Ion & Fisher, Map.nolia due, of WARD & 31AY.
,((11 CHANCERY.) .' Kerr & efficacy, which may he peen where tho Medicine is *' at tho county of Leon, and )fjdtle! District enquire
Kirksey, March 13
'Between Andrew G* Norwood A-) Tallahassee. sold. Prepared by Robert S. Bllrn.rd, Norfolk, \'.. afl rell&iJ, hath fortvited its (Charter and all the : 33
I and Ezekiel J. and For sale in Tallahacse, bv Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Blakely Porter's fraDchiil'ri'ilegesrighb, and il11l11unilicsth.erehvcUllftlrrC'd Beef Cattle Wanted.
Amftsa JfsTekson, partnr* I'MDre., un-j J Messrs.23 Molynevz, 1 1840. Witherby., 4Coo.. LivrrpoAarch 33 J Iv i I II sep 4 6 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. and Broicn's Ferries, Ga., and Iricinton, by no -uur. and Inc hath pr 'yed that a THE subscriber will give the highest dshverrd price >for<**

the l an>e. atyl and frm of Moor Creditor -- --- -- it"'u-uce.% .c facias un!ht issue according to law, to summon stall fed cattle, on being

ji Jaekiioa for thl in"elv. other -Bit' 'I OTICE 1 4LL Persons having claiuu or demands against I Ala.NLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum the said "The MerchanU' and PLinters Bankof Jiia Tan Yai, in Tallahassse.
who kc. Filed' 1st, or stolen) from the subscriber ati i ONI.y Magnolia," lo before thi. Court I J.D.GALBRAITS.
>*y e !ins4 c.eo'trilte, i STRAYED Blarkjleceased.or.tlnctstgto in tine to New Orleans, in splendid Coaeliex appear at the
,.Complainant: and 09 & Feb. 1840.' of John AddJson 1 {Imilel N. W. of I subscribers possession will .preFe L them wilhaut n a level and beautiful road along the banks ol proper time and plate, and shew cauw if any it Feb. 20. 1841. _
William1C..tr } 'Tallahassee, a bright norrel HOUSE, with a blue I the said Charter of I Mi-bilious
.Mfy/O/ >uUr dfinitr.ii.o delay to .ROBERT RAYMOND REID. he CLatlahoocl'ce River. couldtwhy Incorporation should Anti-dyspeptic $
ltely < nt.I" ,in his face.. hind feet while and a saddlo-maik on I Guardian of Rebecca A.. Black. HAYS OK DEPARTURE not be repealed and declared null and void. R

.ppeanfrjr to th* Court by ".Udtvit. that the hill back. Any information of said horse will he Aj'rjl 10_If_ 37 From Columbus on T &."-d
: ai4 Mary.Center on*of said defendant above .'. gratefully acknowledged and any person deli"r. NOTICE.A 6 o'clock A. M. That you mako known If; the said 1 C. E. HAYNES. V V
: of this ing him to either oC the public &t,4blein. Talla>iii- i "Tho MerchanU and Planters Bank Georgia.THESE .
0 _.ind. ..reside beyond Jibe jurisdiction A persons ar. hereby cautioned from fnm Clnattahnoo;bee, on the same daysand same Magnolia, Sparta
WIt i the *tat* of New York. 1 it eon- .1' Me,Iha.11 ko duly rewarded. I :SL for any nutaor nofcs given by hamlet 'trading time after the arrival of tho U. S. Mail Boat from and all Presidents, Director, Cashier and Stock- justly celebrated pills, wbicksre wm-.
.CoIJtI Huio
!*" that thesais! Mary Joi-l S. Graven as a note of lhe above to Apulachicola,via lols.and meeting at Fort Gaine*. holdcra.lbx.rcof, that,they appear before the Judgn their way lo pre-eiDuiest.! '''1/*
:.ir. ado ini or.% *f.rIDdan ltlyidneewed. Dec W, 1040 22 is lost or has been prolonged from description Persons desirous, of going from Columbus, Ga. of our Superior' Court of the Middle District uf are suited to all cases rrquirinj; eilher *? "'

.o riE answer said eoiupiainanUaiiUr A Superior IToke of Oxen, young and amount and datomnot known lo t letter, the, to New Orleans, will find this by far the cheapest Florida, for t'be1 county o' Leon on the fourth tnt, or active cathartic medicine prepared by onuS

oo,. ar' D four .month from>h* date C sin goon order, for sale by Fcb. 20. tic writer.DhOIflhiCOitnerliIp.. and mflo$. uxpuditious, as. well as the safest and Monday in April next, after the date of thU writ, of the oldest physieisns in the ,oufher3 countrvF --

.t f.\ wderMk-ersrjse bill Psc. 18 SO_, J. D. .GALBRAITH -- i I most comfortable way, as it intersect the .great or Kiicli oilier fine as tho court may be adjourned I having been tested by morelhs > J,$ ;r".

t.iMllii.I"pti qliftvE'. It. farther' .ordered Valuable lands lor Sale. Brunswick and .Florida Line .*i, Cliattahoocboe, 16,'at the Court House of usidTco'iutt/'brLoon. in F rnc in his privale practice befow they were oB

ithat Ibis sjroW b ia .of,tk# nw.p.; THE subscribe having "jrreUr quantity of ,THE.;,Coparlnerhip inertofone/existing under making a travel of but hours by stage ihryvgli tints City,p( Tallahat in kaid county to show i if ed to tim public, and ta vui wjiensvet fairly ide4

.pors rmtofa* 'pte at T&ISeet .in i than i* desirable (or hi*own cultivation name and style of BROVK & GAURAITU the.whole[ route. Time from Columbus \to Mobile;, any thing they for themselves hare or can say, been preferred to all &Lex arlkle of s'unjUi fore[ '

Dated t this 3Jsl t f D bor. I 18.' *ted on Black Creek, about thirteen mile rut Tins by mutual consent. For the Proprietors, Jcrdl.DlI'Dd Planters Bank. of Magnolia' ,"should f3r general use, to evcrj other known rt"""7.
: ALFRED P4 CH, Judge &c. f/cw Tallahassee, containing thirteen hundred business will hereafter .be tarried on jn the V 'WILLIAM CADY. not be repealedannuJled and made void and all the Refcrenc to printed certificaUs i ja the -bud5 of

aer", 00 of which are in high stats of eukiva- namo ,of JOHN D. GALBRAIVH. who] /,. lu. Cbati'aho6ch>..'January 20. 1810. .tf7 ,if liberties, immunities, rights,. privilege and frariliterJinihi : the agents. F* r sale by

Att! 'LFORD)> lion, the.residue mostly rich feimmook land with Ihoruwd to settle the aJUirswf the late concern*' V V.. V V VI V -' V cI le-, Jr.tho :aame cunlcd. by, .a.qizedita po.'Ieltllionanl .- RANDOLPH &L1WI
: .G. ,V. s all the necessary farm Iteuse and ..outbuilding THOMAS BROWN I NOTICE. _'. ssHI control of laId Territory. aud flfJLhtrto'dlatid 'TaIlahszeeJin.30, 1841.-ly.
.'- : .-1- : ihe crop. raised g>.n ibis pUolation have not been Dec 19. 184Q 21 J.t D, GALBRAH-H !HOSE who ar1 indebted [either by,n te or" r .'.t C'he cud COlt": then and / -
'F -- : JL to the Islet firm "f GQrraaQ.\"iui behalf shall ennaidv sad llld NO11.
account \ direct.
in the Another \VeirhID8'
psM4 by couiUy. about
any '
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-UA sOiEJ'tRY. .distance noithoaat from HE subscriber appointed Weigb;kit ,Hall, will call at:'my office )land setUe the same jfoif it* further C&mma d(4)0 gio uotice of the. LtLtA: peisoaa indebted lo'llt( iabsciiktrt '
the Cotton *
.V same Tallahassee T '
: .1 bJ .j, \ nccownt ems the M Jannar/." ? ':
.,1& .'J ."ntainifigaoout 7 00 acres, of rich o'ak'aDd hickory in'porsuauce i J fan act passed at Iho.last immediately. .. in tt Liol\ 61 this proceeding oy Jublicaiiori{ I Ire,
.: uat"o' )land ; wilb- 0or'70; acre .in ,cullivalirn and .ion e f tIle Legislative Council, respectfully) was in. i By so doing .jqoslsj-of action-at law will! to of, in some publte oewpapuin the'JdiddfoDistrictfff *t>no tlyr .uaated to csif.rWaid s*J]>

li J .E"F ; .,- MIb.' ''another Hamilton)oaBiy.*buui Leo.milo.;from forms the public that ho is prepsrd to weith Cot I saved,as all claiiH",vunpaid, will hern4ip-.uitt Florida, for Ihe .pace.of lbr'..months. from.ihe saon* aa furtUr, iadvl eqce wUaccouDtwklljtJe /.
weOtu either iu this the first ) .: .. 'rt 'ri the fate hereof' and Coat eon iaHcd foj.Ui*
I ; "'iJ .(0 1.ril. th*' Susefle Springs, containing tboufSOOO ton city or at. the Rail/oad DepotL. r court having jurisdiction. day ol JOU \"ah retiuoof
..( i !rg His acaloi i JOSEPH this wtU and of ceptiuj with; ikose of iuVe CssotDpWJS
manufactured at the yt BRANCH. your 'rouedio1he..on'o&,
t. -f.f .ct, ,a.&aaIl l part ia ctli1n Un,-with lenin aouscsfee. same place) as & wIth
punctual l in pjinV ti.r'kecoioU
1 T.hi Und 1* of superior quality for; tie culture ihostoudby ,tbsj'' United Slats gwerilfr H and I }'eh.43.J$41s. :_V V 1 V 11- ." .1'oi'geE'c1i1e'h the Cut day '1'U>B next learn Qf utU said court. It. V l3ElrrON&.fIBnE

: !fl'AU4U1TL DIMOND.4ffnoT.th. Q/4 'slMd eottorj.I. likewiMby e.weighura of cotlaa;in.the: ii Of : arrived in WtTNf84.-5-HlCHARD.. \ .. 1P11K.IKM4
? : town.Hjf -d
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J. : J5 .r ?. New rkaodliavs been 18ib
t3 AUp a tract,oT400 acre., (ne ra'tiarit brdnIbpJliJrkd -' "examined 'by th. Inspector Well Digger is his profession, :' .: : day
M..CWsIbIL : ,'iboulll miles south east of Tel .oflIoalea, aDd weights of.J4 city'awl' Wb U nJanu ryrA; D 1MI..nd'l liy.6f1h year ;AI3E&N4TIIY5 ,
prov t. e,won t.eppIi11own
I r1iUpi. .1 c.:tf'I" W ePi% ).Ia tW' ..L.j.! .. ft '.-I i i h 'all!! ,i) poi ru r4 cqrr.cI..Pric, of Wijh1sgl0cui.: per bale I -if And cnJt ie_ his'dpcisieay. .,T 4 .rang 22V 1I1l! .Ill.fo\\\Wkladepsodwcje of Jit.UnlVedofAoaerict V jt&&ii' omt Ni.o,l.gs rcJ, :*

't olt at IS IS .... with greasir '1 D..5HEFFILD.W.Ighur: QUon. I V -V V
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a" "",I"IL i.1 .S&!,. 8. .. .,f .P of:. 'WkLONWHJGflT&do. .1 f ward will M'gSv% M'IiiI-IOttJ6J fox hsrormat.U.ii "I11': M 't ,1.t i on iceflo,
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