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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: September 4, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00416
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Y d.yof 1 Februar # 10' or DU' 1,1 '. good now shV d *d!!!,aad;ifceni- ti r vJmb-n
thousand eight h ,' >i ichtrUr 'I ., tWr1J..tfA" >. ,- 1"
, one Unable to conceal 1m..pIIia,. ;.uftjrr '
f 'fittl" ry-thelA"1'
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Ipcorporttir ; FAIRE." He and awallowed and hed jindfwallowed -
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I aLive Council of the 'y 4n .1-1,, ,. I ,;>, '. $
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and to thoKO wLo hou1 : '. ,. i ,':; a sy I And sighed and swallowed again ".
Bank their Iii: *.* r"'s ''," 1' !Att.WAg 1 t StIWmm (2Q WaQ a.
paid MJCCW j' __ I doubt whether the anoaJa of Hymen ea*
.aid conditions Charier., limitations H-blcbta' >VI '( 'r j" j j ". u -i 1,' .u several, made the rest Prisoners, indignation:; Ht his not being permitted to revenge been u brother of Stephen.Day, was a-printer produce, similar instance oCtiuspoetx&feujil 1

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: the name and ttyleFLOUDA ( ossession of nil their Arms, Sores, i blood I with alood. Col. Harney is the in 1647. Stephen Day died Dec. 22, 1668 affection. Certainly Clar ndcnV 4Bei0 r

,"-Aud bcnb ...u. .s. .... ...' &c., without any loss on our next in command. He is n noble coadjutor.: aged 53. despuses de 1 la )Iurde" baa nothing,&** Ji

' day of February, in the year of'our.fuur Lord one act tl.ot WIIi : The rumor is that the Cabinet \villalve fioi.C i 'liii, Enemy)' la\'ing halted one 0 two Hours tie i is already distinguished fur his! energy I In\ 1686 printing was done in Maryland worthy 'to be compared to; not dot liffccoftset
hundred and tI rl an 1 today or tomorrow,-turned out. ,
und eJ eight by tile Council of the Territory i ieve it. motion will also' be made inlouse fbi ;j at Lexington, it necessary to make a und Lra'ery in penetrating the evergl.id, though not extensively ; aud the same, yearit in history any fact at all ,resembBag $* **-

of rUl 1'10rida. in iddUion to and amendatory to the I A bill .| second Retreat, carrying with them many of and eroding his standard, 'tar beyond where was introduced i ito Pennsylvania ; and copt perhaps a circumstance which ss rtcocd-
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Mid charter oUueorpor.lion-And whcrca.of aUoon [L" to lay the new on the their Dead and Wounded, who they put into the (font or) the white mm had ever before only four years after the landing of Willjaro ed respecting the King Lydia. ; :
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the twelfth day February, in the year Chaises and on Horses that found islanding trod. T ol>lj has he tile .ach Penn in in
Lord one ti.ou.and e:.hi hundred bud tliirtj Vile Bother letter of same date says, There they revenged tr *:r- was a printing press operation How TO CUBE A HtrnAJftt. A xonww. ,

an act was paBst.d by tilt) Governor and LcffiblaliveCouncil at excitement here now. The new = in the Road. They continued their Re. ous mns flcre of his soldiers upon (the Culoosahulchte Philadelphia. Virginia although the first whom her husband used frequently to bent,

.fiheT.rrilorjr'orrioridturthrrto.mendeaid I treat from Lexington to Charlestown with L-y capturing and hanging British settlement in America did not toleratethe
bill will bo lost in the Senate probably. upon went to a cunning man-to inqoire' bo wife* .
Cliartcr of incorporation as appears l I'y the A) great Precipitation; and, notwithstanding theirrndij the pie (ices ceverul of the identical Indians art till many years after its first introduction might cure him of his barbarity. The aa .
of kt the Presdent will veto it. The Cabi. I
original! enrollment) of said Charter incorpor.. cf Ficl Pieces, our people: continued the pur enga;,'d in that mass mere, And in the horrid into .Ma8Sachu ett8. Sir William B rk. gacious soothsayer heard her complaint' aDd
said additional and amendatory, [ill turned out today or tomorrow. I I ;
ten record, and in the office of the Secretary ufthe Territory b will break without "j: firing at them till they got to Charles- I muidcrs! committed at Indian Key. The.-e I Icy, Governor of Virginia, in answer to the after pronouncing some hard words and use.

or Florida all wclla by the public statute of the fcr rhaps action.Congress We consider up I I town Neck, (which they reached a little after'Sunset ':' men vill whip the Indians, and when that is '! i inquires of the Lords of the Committee of ing various gesticulations wbiJe be fill a phial

, Ternary Fior.da.printed d by Authority of iheGovvernoraiid Adn- : and the end may now The things out of I t S\ ) over which the Enemy passed, pro- I done the I limit IKS will keep their treaties ) the Colonies, in the year 1671, sixty four of colored liquid, desired her, whenever her

Legislative Council of the wme,- bgan. going Let ceededup Bunker Hill, and soon ofterwards auil, then C'ol.Voith will treat. Then the years Her the settlement of Virginia says : |husband was in take mouthful
i a passion to a
theCovernor and ibinet that the Presn
whereaS aUo,a Jaw was pawed by wi b a earnest .I late went into the Town under the of \'arill be closed! and hon Floiida will I thank God
Council of the Territory of Florida, on track. | protection : i we have not Free Schools nor of the liquor, and keep it in her mouth (aim
Legililal Lord I Rcpubliaan I the Somerset Man of War of 64 Guns. !:seek to be admitted into the Union and toJ and I '
the fourth day of March, in the 3 ear of our of letter from S Printing, hope w e shall riot have these minutes. The woman quite overjoyed at so

vile thou) nd eiU hundred and thirty-nine.of a ulb"taid- postscript The Land bill a is in danger Washington in the Sen- i "In Lexington the Enemy se fire to )( 1' cnj'J)' t the fruits of tint I Independence, the ':'hundred I years. For learning has brought simple a remedy strictly followed the counsel

riMnp and requirinr the District Attorney* I Joseph Loring's House and Barn; Mrs. Mul-1 dcclain'ion; i (Il f '4 hick you tins day; celebrate., I II i disobedience and sects and heresy into the which wa& given her and by her silence .
llf escaped
Territory to institute the requisite legal ,proceIings it should pass, we are now confidentahtiTUcr S hken's House and 1 Ifor'Uond's I lie I I!
hanking: iucorporaiions in lluirrelncctive will with VETO Shop; and Mr. Joshua slid he ''hanked: Ihe "cnllnnan for then the world ; ai d printing has divulged them the usual chastisement. The contentsof

r.alll"t.touch d.MncU.. us might> Lave i/.cur.rd. forfciinriiof urrest i House and Shop; which were all conCaljsumcd. toa!just drauHe thanked the company i h I and libels against tho government. God the battle being at last expended, she re

tiirir charters by non tiJrr, and lo prosccuU- They also set fire to several other ir&.sc11t.for the warm and enthusiastic! inan-il i keep us from both." i ii turned to the cunning roan, and anxiously

the tame to cfietl fco that tile faid Chartersmight dated dec ; Houses, hut our people extinguished the ncr in which they had echoed and re-echoed ;i Virginia and every other State in the Union 1 begged to have another, possessed of the
| be declared null and void b> the judgmentsofitic jxtract of a letter Washington, I I flames. Thepillaged almost il around the board. Bring the 1 thank God
only 1 1lleman now that blessed "
every pen- may they are virtue. Foolish
louse same said the
Courts mid! l):>tr.'J. ,- And where- |1. The Cabinet refuse to out, a'j' j woman,
proper go I they passed by, breaking amId present from Fli-ndd be saiJ, hei, with the influence of free schools and free "
Cfaarlr-fc. Sibley, Attorney of the I niUU fclaiehfor has been intimated to them the < tcstm.yilgi i man, there was nothing in the bottle hot .
a*. the .Middle Disina of Florida, )pro.-e.-uim? (loT i that he desires it. His by i ,I Doors, \in o\s. Glasses, &c.,-carrying thought li-i hid I the right in the ifame of I the I! i institutions-that all are allowed freedom of brown sugar and water. When your husband .

wid Territory hath appeared on tins day on t-eliali I him kick them out and personal I think j| -"iofTClothing i and other valuable Effects., I mil.ihitants iiis adopted country to say, from i! I thought. speech, action ; ind last though is in a passion, hold your tongue, and, '

. ofuid Terrillln'.and M' him the Co.ul. here fl3ld"l. s: c,\itrainanRorFlorida"atthe urge do it. to 'I| r't; .II appeared he their DCIIto burn and de the bottom of Iii; heait I, he thanked: tllcIII,1 I I not least the freedom of the Press. The ageof' my life upon it, be will not lay a finger upon
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cU tLlundCrtotuld and L wfurmcd..161tl.. County ol Loon imn try all before tem: ; nnd nothing but our vi- This war IMS been an expensive1; one, and IJ !; < Superstition is going away ; light and you"
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Florida aforcsaw, hath 1 tvr I the 'gorous Pursuit prevented their internal pur. constant dram f"'r years upon .ih'j n.iiional I(1 knowle.lge are prevailing. the arts and scien.
District
f. in felted the Middle Cliartcr. and all the f.auUiis-c. ; ; ITE, Saturday, August 22. The Dis. ,i *cri !! poses from being! put in Execution. But the treasury. Yet the Representatives Congress : ill ftt'g"I
4 rights und immunities tl'H'Ly conferred, i \ .McRoberts Bill was resumed. S savage Barbarity exercised upon the Bodies from the! HmpireSt'itc, have nobly and with colossal and rapid strides, and where An article has been inserted in several

t'.tR, and !halh praed'lhat I 4circ farms nupMwue I renewed his motion in the _J': of our unfortunate Brethren who fell, is almost genl'rol1llJlt'd for l la'ge apprc'priiiian' : to : I the earth itself one gl.be of ice, the fire of whig papers, slating th-it; in Springfield the

according \law, to nJuimon befoe 1.Jl this m\4\ I"I en- (to.day. to insert the 1'i o. in credible.-Not content with shooting carry on tint war. This shows that I this,1 Genius directed by the wand of science. Capitol of the State 01! Illinois, "there is not

tral Udukcf Florida time and to i-laco.apdc.tr and ,1 w CuUir o-rt I, r Iowa and Florida so ') down the unarmed, aged, and infirm, thedi"rgardcd \ grcJ.t tate: enue, t.lill no petty jealousy oftlm would melt a passage to its centre. I a school house within its Urtflts" kindly adding -
at the proper [ entitled to distributive share of '
: any U could) wh)' the Bad; Charter of Iu (JriseJra. b It a the cries of the wounded, killing grovvir.g- imporuttce of (lie< South., and;i The first thing printed in America was the "such a State must be espeeled, ,of

\ huh' fhuu,d nt lie pn-cdled and dt-clart-d null and lands. was supported by Mr. I. tht'l \ithotit mercy, and mangling their Bo. that \t lieu tile proper period arrives it will Freeman's Oath, the second an Almanack, course to lemaia Loco Foco." Thank you. j

, \'uid; 2rts, Mr. Allen, Mr. Linn, and Mr. flies in the most shocking manner. vvelcoma F Hlda us a frte and indepcntl'dSiale :and the third a version oi' the Psalms. This : gentlemen we hope that it will, noltrithalan- 1

" "iir.aKFi: 'uE yoU ARC I11UU(0:1: : i, and opposed by Mr. huntington and 1 u'e ha-.(' the pleasure to say, that not with. into, the Union, with the samo warm last was in the year 1639.: the first r.ews- ding your intimation that democracy and ignorance .

MNUCl1'liui: J I'.auk of J'londa.3)U malt and l!!\J'f'IJcnt.& .,UJ,1 i- rentiss. I was finally adopted by a rate -laiiill.iji( itiu Silgliet.1. (protoiutiMiia lpi',, fivcri .".(1 ocncroii.s feeling lhat 3 oti. pent'.emen'! paper published in America was The Boston go hand in band. But \ia it sot! It
I "Cl'utr:1 f the Democratic r
Stotkho'.ik-r.'\, tiwl 22 to Senator _Jl'by! !' the Enemy: in tai.ce of hate < News.Letter bas been the custom of the sarao veracious
rectors Cm-lii Tb Dud lllrol lot OtC cruelty, jus c exhibited in drinking the loa-t ju they i.e before the Jud Jc of
llic'M'dJ'' '*' Dibtrid (II f Florida for the Coin.'; 11! 3 victorious Militia: ; but, li-lcning to .the merciful I I :'uchided; ( by offering :he following The first newspaper in France appears to Slate" with other similar epithets; a few

Leon dale on of the ''uurll .Monday or Midi of "Irl!lime nci':aMl".1'n-r cecdings of Congress. We have the chclatrs of l the C'lnistiaii: I Ufligidn. tle\ tort-t: .i have originated with a physicianSo that -lalistics which we have by us, will set this

Court till limy bo iidjt'urii'J"tl o. at th<-oIler C'ourt Ilousi ..' cation to announce to our readers, that 'breathed higher: sentiments of I I tlIIiaiitV.: The Army-A brave and: pallant; band, had as doctors are, there is a good thing to matter in a proper liph'.

uiJCuUth'ofll''I, at hit: (y tl Taiuh.a- ."I', ,I Land Dill was finally acted on and passed I .'J 1 he ( :thil ernutlui til I the pope! ofT that needs only to be coninnnded by a Jighting be put up to the account of this man, who There are in New Hampshire, 2 theological -
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*aid County, tlOIf 4inllun! Ihev f'L tl.onIiicurji'jration ne Senate on yesterday. So that the : | Charlestown, when our Enemies were entering cotriniiiL.'er, : in chief; to end tin Florida! gained much of his practice, by collecting I: seminaries, 1 College, 63 Academics,

.eht1 !IJ\'C, 01 ('au ?.: y. \',lthl; PaUl: ('I.HI f I'' ure only wants the sanction of the Pre- *- the 'I i js \presMble 'I'rncs war. news to his patients. his and 2,110 primary and common schoo1-
amuse
F.or. ,. ., '\1 ; tie Gradually
of "Ontrai i '.I t __ I
ti 1..1 it to become the settled policy of the howt-vei behaveil -- I number ofschalars: attending Seminaries of
lould .'<>.t,1\ rfpi-ak-J, \- ma 'I'.1! tolerabh civil Iw1 th t! "people PitINI'ING.We papers fell into the form of a regular newspa.per. )
und all libeilio, IIIIIMUIU'.H'I-, rights.: |.nv..c;i'> OUt tr)'. The vote on the passage of the hav; I. !inn- tlaty all I! left the Town. This was in 1632. There are now in i all kinds, 68,066. There are but 927 perSons -

Ira IlCt4.es! tiy ti.e raitie: roii!<-ircd. I IK- ki> ..' .ir. stood 27 to 23. 2 [Here follows: lit of the Provincials who ale told! that cards were invented in Paris 179 periodicals of all kinds, political, i in thQ whole! State, over 20 years of age

atid rout 'i U'f'J'I"f'rnlur\, 'l ;,.. ."..1anfurther battle took Council ., tile reign 01 Charles VI, to amuse that monarch : j who cannot read or vviite. By statistical tables
j-osset-o scientific and
recently place near killed and literary, rel'gious besides 75 I II
wounded ;
which is
d" OtIti* what tin .o.i (. ..u'ttiLii \l'rt ( tcd.l and relieve him from the
, to rCI'in' ml tu (1 l
H melancholy
j
; rs between the Pattawuttamies and Sioux '.. .._ in the prep ire with great labor, by Gentlemen
it and 111 i ", hiia .\.\ Ln,..,",... .." ,."... r.i i I provinces.
; and tleCe.4e1 tl"'I IJIt'fiiail lans five Sioux the whole I .. "LLI u" ...VUII tl tlC .os (I which followed alienation of mind: ; and : at the North, in 1839. it appeased that
fur.ln-r ( ) wered.
And I '
and direct v 'u af*
coiifcid tnande tu. notice of lu.tit'.li"u C..I The party Pottawattamies party was a. tlc Eiiimy: sad; to have como from an OlFicerf well would n be perhaps J for many, if these From the Christian; Watchman. in the number of colle., ate students which
give tt 11111rl' I one of ilu Men (ifYar by which it articles were usud for such
. ; only New
l liollllttofntu1J' public m-\\ t I: t twenty {five in number. appears purposes THE "BACK OUT-A FACT. Hampshire furnished, in comparison to
(.t''JIJJ.b.lub for that GIJ;:J of the Kegjlar.s, and -19 Man- novv-u.da\s. Cards first used in .
:a, ih w.-re (Jer1 her
) l 11uMlc 11 lrt llf fter this a of about PottawaN A few eeks since population, *he stood second in the
bitacc of throe IWI.lh" from the djy of tlC "! t.J'rm.f party thirty I.er.'rc Killed!; and 10U( of b )th Wounded; 1 many, bclure the close of (the 14th century ; :t] two carriages met in a Union! Connecticut first. And if the
went out in search of Sioux and being
es in this in '
l a 111! t'latynu: make t .turn ol I tii.h/ writ ..ud ul a Small'' 31;>. Lieut. ( ; of lhe 4th Kep.re and not lung atierwards the sumo art that : narrow street city, which it was education
tuuJ means in New
hud been hard of Council Hampshire increate -
ti' < lJr-l ti.y ol ing them at I i I impossible for them to each other. The
pass
your P'"CCLII' tleh"J ( II X men') !, and Lieut. Putcr o! the Marines; and had at first l been subservient, was employed in the
of .aId ( fTs it that the i proportions they have done for
term our ( fhlt was thought Pottawatta. I< horses were standing side by side, apparently I
\\JTNLS>-Kl1.' HAUL) "fVPT, > .I.IV i I'll.. had been entirely cut biv: about 1:! soldieis are Prisoners. to gratih the superstition of the people, lJdI their the last 10 years, she will outstrip Connecticut -
,' .r captured.Tesincitsc. ., as to proceed on as their I f
Clerk of our sad: Court, line J:11 day oJauuarv nat, "3I Ir. .1 ames I Howard I 1 and OtC of the Kegulars it became usual to cut upon blocks of wood caper way though the latter State has a surplus
Now \
it evident that
A. H. 1IU1 J. uini MX'V-fi.th' .* iuof t.= (hichlarged their at the inil the fitsjiures of s-aints with ill. masters. was cne or the !
..- .... r" _. .,, tn thtl'14C at : pieces -ame -criptinn -- other of the drivers "buck Treasury, and a two million school fund.
A Iler H'il I Ind" pfiidi'Dfe.JUG. Ealh' of A.t iUrff1il'. _.IIL, _f_/i ,':__wh. .L.tOur ,." 11" .dO'rl : The i.isiTiplioijs the first idea of \: must out, or
(, gave printjitig -
And then the benighted loco foco State
diS.1 ,
rL'rki.ftbc poor
\ )
J: V astrous would
Superior Court IL.OIW.( ? (DiMnctof .Amiivcrsar: ) of the Ilat'.h! of Laing.&ityfour late: brethren; ;of;f Darners, ,who fll 'i i ifightiiig with tables of \ god, whicli are well'known 'But both consequences were stubborn. One certainly blamed$ of New Hampshire, wijI stand unrivalled in

foi 1 ,, ears having passed! since : ; I for their Country, wore interred wiihj: to have led the to the inventionof .
noudl "?"H t (iUn1y. ,- way other for having stopped in the street the t America, in the means ann diffusion of edu-
; o. j
that memorable! occurrence.-falls pes. The first book printed' titer blamed for '! cation.
was into the
( i.I, .1).\:,.IiVClI,i,., !..of .t the fonpnlna. ; pro-.. I'M-' litli. Thi. event, which drew from 1 lat.t.i w itli itioveuble type was a copy of the Holy street, when he knew having the other come there. I Benighted! New Hampshire! ignorant Vir-

td llicrc.n: as 1 am tijcnhy! *iirrttd.. American slud',i The Public mo,t sincerely: "vinpathizev :: liiiilc, in 1-150; aid: \lo'2.! The di-cover i is was debased loco foco South Carolina!
veins blood that was ] :They became threatened violence !i giiita get
Iltr.1 : to
: ; angry
lICo' IJ \ ;:itli the Trieiids ar.d: Relations ofour! deceas. 1 proLablv! if not certainly to be attributed to
Mari-l.al. ol'llie MidJle]i : in the cause of civil liberty, which: : each other, and brandished their huge fists in you to your schools, bend to year studies,
jau\8 hv JOHV I'.lj.ti1. (1 Ior: u, M 1 was1 cd I IJrt'thjon-who gloriously! sac.iificed; : their j i the Germans ; whether iu consisted; in priminp I that look undaunted in the face of
l uyscrlcd and] ] ] : each: other's face. At length they both detcrmined you may
t
nobly thfeudul the actors of Iiveii
-.TEiIt1i'OR1i11iiJ1IDA )\ fighting for I the hteri irs of their Couru : w nh LK t lj of wood, or vs lilt t\ pes \ea.ie Georgia Whijjs who, in their insinuation of
; I drive onward
to let the result be
the American Revolution: : will be remu>i! cit.d try. JJy their ,noWe! intrepid conduct i h: at pleasure. ; as
To Marshal/ ( the : Dhtritt I : it would. But one carriage being slen. the unity of Democracy and ignorance, foi-
tIe :t ting : Jdl' and: coimneiniiMMUd while (tIl love of lib.! helping t Li> defeat the FlIt C'S of an ungratefulTrant ,' John iuttenburg; or Ma\cice, has the l best.j jdsr I than the other, the contest would more be unequal ; get the little item, that in the Administration

YV7I1EUKAS, iicretufure:to wrt: o.i tin ..-vT ertv t-hall last, and the great drama, of which! ; they !have ctidfaied their 11 eiitori'sII ; claim to the honor: of tin invention which li.is| 'j! and the idea was dropped. After much i iI State of Georgia there are over 60.000 inhabitants .
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f <111'f111 ia! ) .November, HI tJ.Iar (I this was the frat act, shall hold :tu honorable; : t the jiroci.t (;ieneration, who will Ivantint'their s > es.-eutially coittributed: to enlarge the ,harsh, abusive language, and having listened who can neither read nor write; while
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our Laid np ihoifanJ/ ctylti hundr'-d Iud t \ainrto Posterity with the Irghest! ?pheri .f human i faculties. .
lucntv-
line, aC''I'/ of and conspicuous' place in tIle history of the I 1! to some di.-iliterc-ted, '\ holesome advice from not a thousand such can be found even amidst
r I IiiL" rj>'Jrdl. I'II *:a? gra i.id: on Honour. :i I: The characters used by the Gcrma were ,
the Democratic darkness
tIe < limitation world aid of J! spectators, which neither to of'benightedNew
'jthe was
'uldlll"U"" aid rri>tri< / -- : willing
tltl'a'il mal.I ; the (Joti.ic! : ad:: those of carl I lionian 1' '
1-roridod, by the, Lepidatiu' Couitii'! lh,- T. I have [liluw) 1 1 '):.. the J'arimr and Journal j print- acccpt, one mounted his carriage in au inditf. t j jercnt Hampshire. In another part of our
.rr I placed an account of finJ'atllc ers partook of the same form but ill
tory ol'Fd'ritla. ii.& certain liink by the natiuau<: I Th"l h pincccilinja I hf the!, -lh: ufJulrat ; u lew : manner, crossed his legs, and man lies- : paper. will be found an extract on the subjectof
;
tyleof the lUMt or Fi-ouiiu," ar J to Jl tlio'< |' vf Juiugtol, iifc; we fiiid it detailed -:11.-\.11 J years, altti waids Mipercedtd by the charac- ted the | education in New Hampshire, which we
utmost "he should
patience
uhu I' I RON : l ::. V. picpaTed saying ;
) I'llNC5
should : ih (
liibiiiiic Subccribori- tile by in
"I" flank which have
(tel's oLlaitied
the K how general use
( ,
u Ill ex a7ette, publi-htd in lhi'town i commend to the attention ofour readers.
tll'l < remain there iflilr i
their < and MniAiid whoreai.I ali-o I 'I!I : ,! : | a fortnight, until the other'
;
on the"UI'cu..or.keveiili-rtith. day ol,February in the year ut!; [:' bearing the dtc of April 21, 177. IilIttI( Tin following is a synopsis of t 11Jt' I the name of Kuman: 1'backed out." The other, no leas patient 01 I II I Ii Georgian.We .

I (lOT Lord tile 1lJUsflllLJ" el_t.l hundred and thirty J 1 j \\C have thought;: that thi account, \.ilel, n'rnrls made by JUDGE Al\ AUXIN, in iesputiding Italic letters were invented: frulll.by Aldo, Minutit :I,i I independent, mounted his scat, saying "he believe-it was in some of the Connecticut

three, aa an \a. by tin-I CO\rHr ai.d Lt,: i tu tlio Uiiist I'. l.. \ ), and dciivu their name{ being first should remain there until all I
late; Council Ja..d '1vrrll.ry. of J'londd, t. with the {fact awl(] feelings fresh all vivid.ti'i.i4t ; given by 'cbI'r us>ed 1:1 Italv. There have Itt-u a nuniLer impediments to papers that we saw the blowing history
atnt'iid "j II | -( Esq.: IH'adedI'l I -nd.i.; j lui onward progress were removed, should I of the FIBST barrel of KUX ever brought into
I aid Char/ << r oJ, ,Incorporation: a. appeaii: ; prove in'cicstiijg :it this tiIC.-'ulul I clauiis lor the honor of inventing tl e art ot "
by Ihc oriauiul enrollment of riiJ Charter ul I iicufloraiIollI I lit I iti. that for thi.t fivt- it be u montb, ,a'ld: commenced reading a i i Norwalk in that State-"A packet master
Observer -ri I
April' 1 :, 1 33.i 1 inure :n JC' Irs a i iMI I printing) ; und the Ciune.-e t>ay they invented .
,
and: offitid. Ji K'j.dmci.t litereof, of re- ncvspapcr., had returned from voyage and it noised
was
v ; had r.igrd in I t th it J a
v\.ir Pre- of
age ; ('rnll/n'. it r.i the t me Julius Cu sur.re will i
curd IN theilhic! (atrni1e 1-t&t' *ary (jftt.e T rriSoiyof Well, thought I. they arc both stubborn, abroad that he had with him bar.
I i I'roj. iluK!:s'x fiazdtc; for \i itllh to its ( IUjl'i'llJ .1 -irii'lv, ; tidii.uS| (the credit wh : brought a
Florida, Il \el a& by the pubjc 1".tu',.-, of tIe' !,i 1T? ; migration ; however give to in we believe and dl'tcnnllled-and
TerritoiV I of I.'lruJa.I'rlftd lv aiillinnti-,. ... ..Til. .,.. ,' SLIM,_ : \nril *_1"i 1.7"7.. i v\a ll'jvvkt.i' into, that cu'I iiti \. and but ',: credit_| is c..Iuc-Gullel.Lur.( I.l-t _nut_! Cliief-.._. proud, unless one or rel of rum! The civil authority, the selectmen .
jt "- '.;and Li..latue Coui'cil of tiC! :Vsme- ,- | O.; WcdIIsdavtIc nnn.! 19th'-I'n oi 'I'April,'" lor that war, Kluiida '.uiuhi tind.iy;; bo l't'j!;:- ;, fe.r.--: u ----co' -- n i the other becomes humbled, they will remain I and the principal inhabitants of the (town

, And law \\ tin- GUt tla, j until they starve or freeze (t for"it was a very came and enquired if the was
"jnT.ulu i &pa-M-u by : \ Troops (If his Jlrilanicl. .Majesty l commenced hiram iuig. oni-ofihc lIeu t.III's of the lnion j Alter the defeat of the I'auishrmu a, together thing
emur uld Let'ilalive Council of the 601d Tfrril. I j cold day.) I proceeded on to din. He assented and declared with
r t '}', the fourth day of hostilities upon the people of this Province '. th.it; I ln I thejear ( 1.111 their and
:1rdl.1 ncr, reflecting on folly, wondering voice shall land shores
.1 "you it !
never on our
I Lodone: tljou.di, tl.r'.iU. the fooh-h affair
would end. !
What! vhole barrel RUM! It will
aulliorikinj aid requiring the Dit.trit Attorneys ,'J| IJt less brutal; than that! our venerable ancestors < du.iol.itfd and depopulated, iii.u.y I p.iru of in every class of the community Inch t a of

Mid Territory to inctilule the tequihite' Ir'Tulpn-. from the \.:le t Savages: of the that;; beautiful country. Migration' has ceased rise to the \'crinlllUfl.lIlt invention of,' On my return, I found to my utter surprise corrupt our morals and be our undoing." "
CCedIIIe 4iiifl Daiikinj I liicorjturrtfiot.a t intlicir rccci\'c : pave I that the two carriages had disappeared! I Ii What and lesson this nd
; Ut "ue Wildt! mess. The pailiculars relative to this ; and I th'1 I lonij.i.k! and >c-dpmg Knife Previous t tl' this; period all ar- a plain simple -
rrrpeclivc Ulltnclt, mill iiave, incurrrJ i newspapers. i was now really anxious to know what compromise what ) of
furftiturtii (I' their Chart,A.rb by and Ill interesting i Invent: by winch \\ are mvulvcdin Ian f'rpiived!' l i it t i It' wallY; entire t families |I: ticks of intelligence had been circulated in I! could have been an eulogy on the pure principles the
Ilf.uur. ; made. On
inquiry, first settlers oftbe land.
k 1'roMculc the ame to cdV .t, i-o that the saId Cliai all the I Horrors '(if a civil War, we have Dm ing all this P"I' j.J the government and manuscript, and all political! I rcmarks' and i 11 I 1 informed They were hardy,

ternniijhl be declared. null auJ \'fld. by the Judj.menloflhe endeavored to collect as well as the present I the proplu of this (1j11: 1 Iii Iy bsivt been IMijiuhd -- I documents which goverame,.t found itself in. I was that they BOTH -backed out! I healthy, working men, whose blood had never

t. "prcpcr Court in aul Ui"trlI.-AI.1 confused state of irs will admit."On > and amused l vvith hopes ,
l"
ore ,Charlen fe. JJibley, Attorm f t'uiir.1 al I and contention! After butter words and died little
tl.e so lived old
to happy
y : war by diplomacy. .Nfjjoci itions aftt-r ':ce.gILiiI1iUIJ j many a good age ,
; for Tuesday Evening, a Detachment issued ia the shape of pamphlets. .
Sjtat.i the Middle DiMnct of ,
rloridi, pr..M eu I | so much threatening much show of where
so haugh. that in the
tin for.aid from the i is ; have, been ntlemptcd with the I Indians. in the month of thinking country they once
g > Tirriiory, hath appeared! on ll.i day, Army, consisting, i said of rs : Sometime April, iriaS.thei i I
o I I ty feeling and determination both Barrel of the
in behalf of aaid Territory and by him the COal 1)00) Men, commanded by Li nt. Col. Smith, The ''" hue! fl-ig" has ben a lIinI first number of the English Mercury, a on sides would not allow a liquid' fire to

tere j in gi\cn t'i uldc"tlld. and be info.'ined, that 'embarked at the bottom of the in and ngain i displayed 1 by the wlntes, until i I I lielndimtm resembling the present English pa.1 ia |I both"were compelled (probably glad,) to "back be landed, in after years more hogsheads
; the aai&ijiixik. Florida"at the of Leon and Cumol ,i per paper i,i out! Yet, it is always so. See a man de. would be consumed than that barrel contained
county
has laughed al l.ttlu !
Middle' Dwirict :I Boston, on board a number of Boats, arid luu i j' our rrlllaud shape only, came out and was afterwards pub-1':
Julh forfeited termined
Chart
Ifur.aid on pursuing Little did think that
before
and all the ( privilfgex and rl i.! ded ut Pinp's Farm, a little way up ': b-rtdod its t oflici'rs and men as covvaid, ; I hshcd often us a specimen of the work dated i, wrong course, per. drops they
1ralcllllel { I.11 im Chares haps knowing that he is in the but the would
inumtio. thereby conferred, l. nun-tuer and hath River, from whence they procee I Pretended treaties of peace l-ave been fit,. July i3d! ol the same year, was No. 50 in: |j wrong, I good example they set be forgottenor

prayed lhat .idnfacuti ml\+tiksue arcordinp i<. | silence und Expedition, on their way to ConI <|iicntly h. nu'h: hd'S Cil the iilhj.veyay1t and : aomcthin"; like f mr months.i I too proud to retract-tho 'fact: may be depended entirely lost, a boat of drunkards would
l law,to j i that, after all his brandishin. after spread themse'ves' continent. But thusit
the fcaid"I5ai.k of F1urid4.er upon over a
IUllfn up- frecpienilv( broke 1 Ij, the I lndims. The
cord, about 1 18 Miles from Boston. The tL.l ( ; 1U3S: there was a printing and
: pear before ihta Court, al the proper time and I Peo-- tiiasbjcrc tIf the few brave under press : all his threats, after all his pompous words, he has been in our day. A mighty reform
r place lo how cauxe if it could the i r pie were soon alarmed, and began to assemble men lla. j jcomniand : public punter Massachusetts, at Ipswich ; ;
any why laid I| will find out that there is no alternative but to however has and God it till
begun
of Cl'!! ILirncv I tin- may speed
; Charter of in several Towns before iu on Coloosotidiciiic : [but account of the death of the ItcJes ,
and declared Incorporation should not be repealed: Da.Light, orderto -: i on ,1 ulJirlL--_._ 1m"__., iL'liir.- '._!n! hn_ it'-.n ill u ttmn,_" lip__ cnrnnpllp-t__" _" -America----.___ _Rnd.-_ fttA.._ World, ___ _crialt__ nlr__.. _Irn.,%_ nr.
'I' u
i null and void; watch the motion of the Troops.) At Lex. miring me nvcmionai peace errJilrd ,, &e Glover, who procurred the printing appa- "
THEREFORE YOU ARE IIEilEUY COM ; by I the diplomatic talents of the |brave I tl) do'ilh miOthfictioiaudsh7lflercgt!- the drunkards that have been and are so no
six Miles below Concord ; and from

lington, ratus engaged: a printer
a Company i iI I England, !
MANIJED
: Tnat make known the ..aidBank I ing that he had! not "backed out before I more.
to any
yuu (
of Militia I of about 100 mustered but duped General McComb, is but n (tinglf the and
was only set Used
of Florida:' and all th. : I men, near ,j i press up not atI strife occurred.
Director and Stockh'Jldel)) IrelidelbClh.en, tliey | the Meeting House; the Troops! came in bight II | I instance nut of many of i the f"i1hlc'sitlt'"se i I I Ipswich, much, if any, though it perhaps -- -- From the ChameleKEVODTIOKAKY *.

before the Judge( of( our superior Court of the of them just before Sunrise; and running %vithi.III the Jieniinole I Indians. They tit) nut, t keep., would not have been set up unless used some. Sl'ECIMKN OF COSJVG..iLFFr.C'TIO AKECDOTK. At the battle .

on Middle lhe Diilricl fourth Florida: fur the County of Leon, .| a f few ods of them, the Commanding 0111. I treaties. >Miy do .they 110'1? Many tribes'''hi: 1039, at Cambridge, Mass., printing was As I am peculiarly fond of proofs of con. of Bunker Hill, after the Americans had

other tmw the Mcuday in January next or such ..: cer accosted the Militia in words to this I ol I Indians up>:;i our western borders do. i| first performed in that part of North America jugal attachment between animals, (in the retired from the field, the British still kept up
& Courtmay)' be adjourned lo, .t. fr* n' ", Feizeciizsjcrr VVliv (thc fti'iniiioli. faitlilcK-S1 'l'lu I
ik more > human
the Court House in City' of hahce and you JH'utLs-uaml you, I which extends froii the Gulf of Mexico to species they are so universal that I a cannonading. Three Americans weary

. Countyof Leon, 10 .how. if any Tala hung|, they\ fur throw down your Arms, and disperse;,-Upon nswi-r i is, he has never yet been whipped by I l the Frozen Ocean. Stephen Day was the set no store by them) an instance of that kind and exhausted, sat down upon tbe'grass to

lUeu .elvta have or can ny. why the said Charier i which the Troops huzza'd und imiiicclialcly ,; the vhitfs: and the Indian observes trcatiis, ': first printer in the United States. Mr. which the captain: related to me this morning tell each, other of their bair breadth escapes

orjucorporaUouofthe'-Bdnkof Slot' bo Florid i-houldj I' one or two Ollicerd discharged their i iM fi OlD motive" of honor, but from motives :I Glover was a respected' clergyman, and pre. gave me- great pleasure. While lying in ," and to discuss withal the contents of

M erliti(refilled, iminiimtiM, annulled, prjvilege and and made void, and all Pistols, which were instantly followed b\. the of fear I lie mu:t be taught .the power of,, vious to his embarkation for the new worldwas I Black River harbour, Jamaica, two sharks their canteens. While thus regaling themselves -
) franchises by'
the kauie conferred, be cizcdinto priimchkion and i i Firing (If 4 or 5 of the Soldiers, and then : the whites( and feel the punishment which) a rector Sutton in the country of Surrey -' were frequently seen playing about the ship; they were thrown into great consternation .

wnlrol of aid Territory, andfurther lo do and I 1 there seemed to 0 a general Discharge fromi among civilized nations follows violation I in Er.gland. lie was a man of wealth I' at length the female was killed, and the desolation by a cannon ball which struck the

.. reeeife wtiaL the aaidCuurl then and there of it, I i the whole Body: Eight of our men were of treaties. When then will this war bjrto&ed and able to afford assistance to the infant of the male was, excessive. What he ground within a few yards of where they

direcL and ibem-And, iu |Ihi. further behalf, shall c.>ni you are commanded "
notice of tb. iMlitotion of ih to give bj I Ipubltealion after this action: the Enemy renewed their Unlil recently the people of Florida have that he could in no better way aid in its prosperity ha did with her was clear enough: for scarce their feet in an instant and attempted to find

hereof, in aome Irucodifg.newspaper in ',!' March for Concord; at which place they desi ecu nunp. They have never believed in I than by establishing a printing press was the breath out of his Eurydice's body some oth-ir. place of security, while,the third .

the Middle from\ Dirtriet of Florid.,for ihe .p.,* of ihrce I i! troyed Carriages, Carriage heels, and about ending ihis, wltr by treating before fighting. near the seat of Government. Accordingly, when he stuck his teeth in her and began to a facious character by the name o( South,
months the
you make returns day ofthi of tbf writ date aud II"rc',1; and that I i'120 barrel of Flour, all belonging to the Pro. (They have tht-refore: heretofore, entertained he contributed liberally towards the purchase cat her up with all possible expedition. Even from Gilmanton, N. H ,placed, his, neat pf

MJga thereon, on the firtt day of* the your next proceed term of1. I vince. Here about 150 Men going towards no ifope of its termination.' They now do. printing materials, and engaged a printerto the sailors felt their sensibility excited by so I honor upon the exact. spot ,where the.ball

this Court I a Bridge, of which the Enemy wherein possession Col. Worth has tecently been appointed to come over to America m thu year 1038.; peculiar a mark of posthumous.attachment; struck, and looking, up iu the direction from

WTPIESL-ItICIIAItD G. WILLFOIf the latter fired, and killed 2 of our the command of the Army in Florida.! He Mr. Glover with his family, embarked for and to enable him to perform this melancholy : whence it came, with no apparent concern,

CUrk of our said A. Cour I .; Men, who then returned the Fire, and obligedthe l is in Ihe primo of life, brave, active and ambitious I New England in the same ship with his Printer I duty 'more easily, they offered to be his 'car. eaid"BooAootaoryandbed, J.ypu

tyfilli day January year of lhe Indepeodeoce, and wf the the ais Enemy to retreat back to military rather than diplomatic re and printing materials, but unfortunately vers, lowered their boat, and proceeded to cut can't kit twice i* one_J._." ,
Slates of A b.'nc.. United they met Lord Percy LC1ingn"where nown. He will first conquer, then treat. I did not reach the ,shores of the new world. his better half in pieces with their hatchets; The Mormons' in their in

It. WELLFORD., Clerk of Reinforcement aud two pieces of" Cannon. The white flag will no longer be suspendedfrom lie died on his"passage ; but hid family came while the widower opened hiYjaws as wideas Illinois, are putting on'a'decidedly DftW'quart"r min

the Superior Conn oftbe Middle Dirtriet of The Enemy now having a body of abut 1800 the pine trees in eveiy direction, pro over and settled at Cambridge, whore the possible, and gulped down pounds upon aspect. Their wiley leader Joe' &':ith ry

Florida for Leon CountIIIOTICE /. claiming a white peace. while the Indian seal- was set and the pounds of the dear departed a* fast as they ,
early next
Men made a lal. picked up many their, press up year, has provided :himself 'with **flaaiing'n.2i.i
u hereby given of the foregoing Dead, and tok care of their Wounded. At ping knife i i. being crimsoned with the bloodof first thing printed was the Freeman's Oath. were throw n to him, with the,greatest delight menials," in which he fakes, no small ;

1- 'ectDr"lo[ all peraojit mentioned and con.rro' Menotomy, a few of our men attacked a ply I men, women and children, and the young, Mr. Day continued the printing business un. arid,all the avidity im gin ble. I Jt&fe} no and has infused quite a military spirit ifii IrIe*:t.,3, ,

!,'.at I -m thereby dirtted. I of twelve of the Enemy, (carrying stores and j ardent, and brave officer and soldior is repining til 1649, when he was succeeded by Samuel i'jubt') that while he was eating, he was' tho. miserable idolaters The rascals are ;dro

MarnLal of the MiddU District LEIGH of READ.Florida, provisions to the Troops) killed one of them and biting bi j lip with impatience and Greeu. Mathew Day, presumed to have r-wghly persuaded that every moriel which be trifled with

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grc f ---P' : i :LOR1IM; ; i ] A\ to. h Or&tyt "j51 e
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WHEREAS.herei' I,,\ ..r,. of'btl'l.'Vt our 'I. ,1'' a I : : : te. : ,I l 1., "h1t p

one tboniand eight .' 'nun'(t .. tliirlv.l.w) ,I-' .?*** .,...i ftf.. .:.t(&r T ..*.- i! -" ', '_., j <'t: g .DOW..be'a 'a! .&l II\ 1
charter if Incorpora! : tic iJ' '; iirtij "1 the I'conditionbitat.ions { _ _.-- "l -." I : : .lJnbi& .mJNc& '
Council of ? ,.. _. t4.;?.t, --l- to 6 cl'tlf/rt
lative tb. C' '''\ Ol f' ia.13&Dktob.e'tlblish.d ,, ____ ."I.AIS8EZ. i.F. En: ,
:' { CI'Y":, ,' 'r, i h >t'C, _ ": ;ZOTne : :- -- {. He' sigbedandwsfluWethU&4s&Md; .

aDd to those wbo.h ui.' '"I! u"Iri" : (. w.IiJ : ____'----f E .- : ..- : :.ws.Ilowid, ._'u t' ,. I ;t) t 0

s Bank, their wec'ei ., K Aii ,.fI" ""18, t.': :J 1: f3hIuaiuIa$. Wrml1D 4t aia o si L aiwekiiiidc .Qt. And si'acl.w.Uowe.a.i i 4' ;-fi
; 'c'4j I' III -rvvidt w .
said Charter which i'' II ,i. \' ., rUfltf'd 1ii Ly -' I te a ; ((5a.
; \ .: '-" \\ {'ur.'-f l several/niado the rest Prisoners i; indignation; ; sit hisgiot ;
the name and style] 1:1: : Ui ,H 0'FLo"'DAAnd ,.. being permitted to re.vngp L been a brother of Stpheiiflaywasaprintct; produce Il iGe othiapostmi'I
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whereas aiow, wu i..o ....uf.,'r.' ,:I. ," ;of.. ". o ,rd tMik !Ttossession. of all their Arms, Stores, blood I with Mood. Col.! Harney the in 1047. tepbenDay.died: Dec. 22, '1668 afiectlon.despuser. & >|AA.'M.i M i IBM nfAa

day of February in the year of our Lord one llioii-j J'r ,t> Scc., without any loss on our aide. next i in 'cjimmunoV$ He is I noble coadjutor.He age 68, ,. : do,lajtfureto" b hl'."J ,, .

sand passed by the Legislative Council oftbo Territory at Lexington, found it necessary to make a and',lira/fry the in ,.fact .
of Florida in addition to and amendatory to the evergladsa, though not extensively ; and same, yearit 'hitor any at rcsemWfflg $.'.
L said charter o(Incorporation,-And whereas also I second Retreat, carrying with them many,of and eroding his standard far beyond where i was introduced i ito Pennsylvania J and cepl perhaps a circumstance which ,.'

on the twelfth day of February, in the year of our their t Dead l and Wounded, who they put into t the the white inun had ever, before I only four years after the landing of WiIlamPenn edrespectzngthKingofLydia.* .J- ,f

Lord ono thousand cght hundred and thirty..even.an Chaises and on_ Horses that they found standing trod.rOQkOf) has he revenged the treacherous was a, printing press in operation in How .'
act wu passed bjr tho Governor and Legislative i i in the Road. They continued their Re. of his soldiers upon Iho Caloosahatchie Philadelphia. Virginia the first TO CURl A HvtBAifo. A vt>rttari
although
Council ofthe Territory of FJoridafurlhcr to amend from whom her husband used fiequenUy to tehf,
treat
Lexington to Charlestown with l
by capturing and hanging British settlement in America did toleratethe -
caid Charter of incorporation, as appears' by the upon not went to a cunning man1 to inqi3ize'bowi'emight .'
original enrollment of said Charier of incorpora I great, Precipitation; and, notwithstanding their the t pie trees several of tho identical Indians art ti many years utter its first introduction cure him of his Tbffsx .

lien, and said additional) and amendatory acts, CM Field Pieces, our people continued the pursuit engl rfd in that massacre: and in the horridmutdtrs Massachusetts. Sir William Berk, barbarity. .'

record in the office ofthe Secretary of the Territory j firing at them till they got to Charles- I committed at Indian Key. The. I ley, Governor of Virginia, in answer to the after gacious soothsayer hear her cCP1:; :mDd .
or Florida, .. well. the statutes of the pronouncing
public
by use-
Neck
town (which they reached a little after vill the Indians Ime 'a
Territory FJoridaprintod by authority oftheOorrnorimd men whip and when that is i inquires of the Lord of the Committee of i various gesticulations while be'

Legislative Councilor the same,-AdnP Sunset) over which the Enemy passed, proceeded done, the I Indians will keep their treaties, I the Colonies, in the year 1671, sixty four of ng colored phi
1sOi1W wespasodby the fJf\mmrnnf aDd i ",up Bunker Hill, and soon ofterwards aud then U'oilh liquid, desire her, when J
s Cut ; treat. Then the after the settlement of
Xlativc of Florida, wil years Virginia says : husband in'a
oftlo on I take
Council Territory went into the was to a
Town under the
protection oftho war will closed! motrl
then
of March, i in the of our I all Florida will I thank God we have not Free Schools norPrinting of the
year rd1 and
fourth day liquor, it in her
the thouiliod eight hundred and ihirtj-nln.,I .... Somerset Man of War, of64 Guns. ,seek to be admitted into the Union, and to I. and 1 hope we shall not have these minutes. The keep ott forl
inC and rcquirin" the District Attorneys of said "In Lexington the Enemy set fire to Dea. 'enjoy the fruits of tint I Independence, the hundred For has woman quite ov
riiflg 1 I roecc d. Joseph House years. learning brought simple a remedy,strictly followed the counsel
to lIIt'tit ute tho I requIsite ,eg.I Loring's and Barn; Mrs. Mul- dcclain'ion of which (this celebrate. disobedience
I Terratory you day and and
ingr t'al'ust such banking. ; incorporatwnll, an theirjeptCtWe hken's House and Shop; and Mr.\ Joshua He said he thanked ihegontknian for the the world d sects heresy into tho: i which was given her, and by bor silence'escaped .
I have incurcd ; at: printing has divulged
distJlcts III nught forfei-1 Bond's House I the usual The
and
Shop which all tem Contentsof
; were con. toast just drank. He thanked the and libels chatimert
and
their charters by non suer, tCl company against the government. the *
battle
urCl Of to dfcd tiO that the said Charters sumed. They also' set fire to several other present, for the warm and enthusiastic man keep us from both." being lu expended, she returned .
the lame void the judgments Houses, but our people extinguished the ) in which had to the cunning man, and anxiously :
might 1e declared nuU 1 3nd by ncr they echoed and re.echoed Virginia and other State in the Union
orallo proper Courts in ..au! Qstflct-: A.nd whereuCharlesS. flames. They pillaged almost every House 1 I). it around the board. Being the only gentleman may now thank every God that they blessed begged to have another, p of the )
Stateeor are
oftheUnitc virtue.
same Foolish '
Sibley Attorney they passed by, breaking and from the
destroying. Florida
for j present he said, he with the influence of free
( tho 1\liddlu\ Iistrkt of Florida" proecutIflg Doors, Windows, Glasses, &c.-carrying I thought hi, had the in schools and free man, there was nothing in the bottle but
right the
hath appeared on thlll day on tjchatC j I if a me of the institutions-that all are allowed freedom of L'
nid Territory. off Clothing and other valuable Effects. lt I inhabitants his I brown and water. When bus-
;
Iiii the Court her IS giv.VU ;| ; adopted to from sugr your
orllid Terriloryand by country say, thought, speech, action .,nd last
I
; though n band is '
: understand and be informed"hat the(
f. tral Dan l or Florida".! the ad, County of Leon troy all before them; stud nothing but our vigorous : This} :war has been an expensive one, and a S of Superstition the is The age I : my life" upon it, he will not lay a fgr upon
going and
aforesaid. hath fur away ; light
io the Middle District Florida Pursuit prevented their internal :constant dram for the you. I
_
pur. nationals'treasury. I _
and all the anchie, privilegctl! years upon knowle.lgo are prevailing. the arts and sciences -
its Charter, from :
poses being in Execution. But the : Yet the
put EDUCATION
in Con-
St. immunities thereby conferred l.jr NOII- Representatives flourish, intellect is marching onward AiD DKXOCSACY..
Sand hath prayed 'that a scire / '" might 1 savage Barbarity exercised upon the Bodies i gressfrom tin* Empire St'ite, have nobly and with colossal and rapid strides, and where An article has been inserted in several

Luc:according,,, to law, to summon the. -'"Itj ':'Cen. of our unfortunate Brethren who fell, is al.l'\:gcneroi :ly toted for large approprii'ion: lo the earth itself one glub of ice, the fire of f whig papers, stating tbl in Springfield, the
tral )Bauk of Florida! apdearbefo.e tlirs Co.rt; most incredible.-Not content with thit This
shooting carry on war. shows that Ihi Genius directed by the wand of science Capitol of tho State ,ol is

at the Ucoald proper, why time the and said placo. Charter, and kliow of Incorpora.cau ej' i down the unarmed, aged, and infirm, they great State entertain? no pet)" jealousy of I would melt a passage to its centre. school house within lioou"tbe U.tskindlad, not

any lion, should! not be prccdled and declared null and disregarded the cries of the wounded, killing; the growing' importacce of the South., and I II The first thing printed in Americn was the ding,. "auch a State must be expected, .of

void: them.without mercy, and mangling their Bo. | that \hen the proper period arrives. it will I Freeman's Oath, the second an A course to lemain Loco Foco." Tbaokyou

.. 'rIIKRFFOItC: YOU ARE HEREBY: COM.MANUCO dies in the most shocking manner. I j welcome Fbrida U4 a free and independed I and the third a version of the lmanack. ; gentlemen, we that it will, notwithstan
That you make known to the said "\Ve have the pleasure to that not with !'Slate into (he Union, with the last in ding hop
-Central Hank of Florida,*' and Prcnidents Directors say same warm was the year 1639. the first news I. your that democracy and ignorance
Cakhien* and Stockholders thereof, that ending rite lilgliubl jiro>ucutiouo kvi-ig ,;inn .nnd 1 generous: feeling, thai you, gentlemen, paper published in America was The Boston go hand in band. But it so* it
the
they If before the Jud c of our Superior Court o' thatwe y Enemy have heard, not one instance of cruelty, have juj exhibited, in drinking the toast juat t News.Letter, a weekly Gazette, first printedin J has been tb cuMora of the : i veracious

the :Middle Dibtnct of Florida (or the County o of, was committed by our given. I 1704. editors, to call New "a benight

Leon, on the fourth !\Monday April next uflei victorious Militia; but, listening: to the merci : J He J :orcluded; by offering tho following The first in France cd'Slate." with other Ham11shi epithets few
the, dale I of this writ, or such other time an the ful dictates of tile Christian c I newspaper appears to simiar ; a 1
Court may be adjourmdlo( at the Court House ol "-UI,_Cium.u_.',...I '. _I. __ .' _Religion__ thcv1suHinnenis ,' : (I LI have oriinaled' with- n n_ nf1'sidan. _S n th"t..._. 1 Itutitirs which We ,. us.. wi; set_ thi.

Mid County of Leon, at Ihe tit; )' uf Talluhat-icc, irl "'J he IIIgller Consternation > 01 urnanity.' !'i I 1h Army-A brave and gallant hand, I had a doctors are, thcre is a good thing to matter in a proper ujgh'.

aid County, to bhow, if uny thing they fur them Charlestown, of the people of II.tds only to be comminded by a Jight- I be put up to the account of this man, who There are in New Hampshire, 2 theological

.M-ts have: or can hay why the ad: Charier o when our Enemies were en. ing COlrlallJl'r in chief, to end the Florida I gained much of his practice, by seminaries 1 63 Acjdemies
,
lucorparation of the: "Central Hank ol t Florida,' tering the Town, is inexpressible the 1 t collecting and Colege.
; Troojs; war. news to his 2,110 primary
amuse his common schools-
thould not be ropralcJ: annulled, and ma e \'od; however, behaved civil ----- patients. Gradually '
tolerably and li! .
and all Jibe,lies, i in,, all
traocliibr, by the ernie ronlcrrcd, be h"zeJ int nearly left the Town. : We aw told that card invented per. This. was in 1632. There are now in all kind, 88,066. There are but 927 persons -

posseKisn. and roiilrof! tTaiJ Territory c. "-'lundaInd ] [Here follows a lit of the Provincials who I the reign ol Charles VI, to. were amuse that in ) Paris 179 periodicals of all kinds, political, in the. whole Stale, over 20 years of age
furthcr to do and receive what the u u wounded, which is omitted. scientific and cannot read or write. By statistical
rel'gious besides
75 tables
then and there,of it and thc-m, in tlmt behalf, khall ;, arch, and to relieve him from the melancholy literary ;
consider, And direct& ,-And j'tIU aio$ further commanded "We have seen an account ofthe Loss of.j which followed his alienation of mind and provinces. prep;i red with great labor, by Gentle

to give notice of the institution of thin proceeding the Enemy, said to have come from an Officer well would it be perhaps for if;these men at the North, in 1S39. it appeased that
)hereof of of the Men many From the Christian \Vatchman. in the number of students
,by publication: t-oiii public newspaper one of War; by which it up. articles were usod only for such collocate which
in the Middle' District of Florida, for the that 63 of the purposes : "BACK OUT-A New Hampshire in
pears Regulars, and 49 Mari. Cards TiE FACT. furihed. comparison to
now-a.daja. first used in Germany .
,,,Ice of three months from the day of the date wore her
hereof; and tliutynu make return of this writ and of tiers were killed; and 103 of bjth Wounded; before the close of the 14th century ; A few weeks since two carriages met in a population, Ih. sto sec in tka

your prGcetdmt'Btnei eon or. the first day of next in ill 315. Lieut. Gould! of the 4th Regi. .! and not long afterwards, the same art that narrow street in this city, in which it was Union! Connecticut being frst. if the

term of our raid Court. meat, and Lieut. Potter of the :Marines\ : and ;J had at first been subservient, was employed impossible for them to pass each other. The means education in New Hampshire increate -

\ViTNESfl-UICIIARD WELLFORD, about 12 soldieis are Prisoners. to gratify) the superstition of the and horses were standing side by side, apparent. in the proportions they have done for

January Clerk of A.our D said.: 1C41 Court, and, this,ixt.1ifth 18th day of 1*Mr. James Howard( and one of the RCJIL I,.it became usual to cut upon blocks people of ,wood ly as eager to proceed on their way as their the last 10 years, she will outstrip Connecticut .

of American J Independence.1L year olars, discharged their pieces at the same in-" .'tho fingures of saints with inscriptions.The .- masters. Now, it was evident that one or the though the latter State, baa a surplus
of LeILsILuIa. rtint, and each killed I other ofthe drivers must "back Treasury, and a two mullen school fund.
\VELLFORD), Clork of the other! inscriptions[ gave the first idea of out, or dis
the Court of the Middle District Anniversary of the Haltleof Lcxing. "OQr late printing I astrous And then the benighted loco foco
Superior of Brethren of Danveis, who fell with tables of weod, which arc well consequences would certainly ensue. poor State 4
Florida tot Lei'' County. ton,-bixty.four having passed since lighting fur their Hut both of New Hampshire will stand
years Country, were interred with known, to have led the way to the invention were stubborn. One blamed the umivailed in
that memorable falls ]I great Solemnity and I other 'for having in the America, in the means nnu diffusion of edu-
-
( occurrence, on April Respect on Friday of moveable types. The 'first book stoppe street; the o-
N &1UJt; ; lth..<<;r JJl; e forIgoin pro- last. printed timer cation.
td tiicrcin; as I am thenby ,!,rtcted. ---.n. the 19th. This event, which drew from I \ith luoveublc type was a copy of the Holy I was blame having come into the

LEIGH READ: American veins tic, first blood that was shed ."The, -Public. most sincerely I sympathize I Itilllo., in 1-loO) JJllfl 1,152.- -!- -- Til. i1iw_._<-nvf.rtr,-. .i-J. street, w hel knew the other was there. Benighted New Hampshire! ignorant Virginia .

Marshal ofthe, Middle District of Florida, in the cause of civil liberty, which I wtn; the Friends and Kclations! of! our dcceas. I IlroLbly if not certainly)' to attributed J to I They became angry, threatened violence to: debased, loco foco South Carolina! get

hll) >18 bjr JOn[ V J.'. IL\CJJun 1 : P. I M l nobly asserted and defended was so I ed Brethren-who gloriously sacrificed their ; whether iu consisted b in print each other, and brandished their huge fists in you to your schools, bend lo your studies,

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, the Ly the actors of I lives \i'1 fighting for the liberties of their Coun. ing with Lkdu of wood, or with types I each other's face. At length they both de- that you may look undaunted io the face ,of

To the Marshal of the Middle District.erecting : American Revolution, will be remembered j 'try. By their noble, intrepid conduct, in able at pleasure. IO"C. tcrmincd to diive onward, let the result be as Georgia Whigs, who, in their insinuation of

_______ : and commemmorutcd while \the\ love of lib_ !i IlclpilJ itt tlefcat( llir Vi\rrta. ..-. tif-. .nn... nrrf.t..r.il....0..."..;... John Gultenburg or Maycncc, has the best it would. But one carriage being more slender the unity of Democracy and ignorance, forget .

'VIiEla\S; liercloturc, to wit: on Hit, .sev erty shall last, aud the great drama, of which j Tyrant, they have endeared their :Memories claim to the honor of an invention which I than the other, the contest would b unequal the little item, that in the Administration

our Lord, day of .Vovcmbcr, in the lear 01 this was the first act, shall hold an honorable I to the present Generation; ) who will transmit essentially contributed to enlarge hiss the and the idea was dropped. After much State of Georgi;), there are OV T 60.000 inhabitants

Chatter one tlieunanJ* of Incorporation eight hundred, was and grunlcd tucnlviniie and conspicuous place in the history of the I their Names" to Posterity with the Irghest! :phere human faculties. harsh) abusive language, and having listened who caii neither read nor write.while

.4. the cundit ions, limitations ari-1 rcftrutioi.H therein on world and of man. ';I II OllfJU r. --- -.___ __. __ The characters used by the Germans were to some disinterested, wholesome advice from not a thousand such can be found even'amidst -
J-rondod, \by the Legitlative Council the Gothic and the spectators, which neither was willing to the Democratic darkness of'benighted
of the those
'IVrri !I I From the of early Roman :
Farmer !
F lory of Florida We ]have placed below an of the and Journal. 1, : pnnti __trtStllrtt/Wl_ Ham In
tu a certain DInk by the name and account ; CI" t acccnt. one- n n __ .t IO- _*!.w''-* nn" 'UA n fm uu .;.**.!:iflPercnt I NfW ---.-[ hirt. -- 8nnth.1 nAP' nr
,; ityle_ho should of the e. UANK: OF FLORIDA," and! to all thoM, Battle of Lexington, us we find it detailed I j Tho pioceedings' of'the 4h: of July at SHARON years l"JLUh afterwards Lit supcrcedcd ouiuu mini by, uui the III characters a lew. I manner, crossed his legs,o and manifested .1._ paper will bA found an extract on r"A the subjectof

I their I'Ut' ll"OU bctfuine and Subscribers asM nc;-Aiid to the whcrcaK said Bank, in the Essex:; Gazelle, published: llu-ii in this I J3PKINC3: N. Y. p. cpa red I by ll, Commitlce. now in general use, which have obtained the utmost patience, saying "he should education in New Hampshire, which we j

L ontlio. Mvtiilupntk day of February, III, the year al..o.of, toUu\ bearing the date of April 25, 1775. I Th} following is a synopsis of llu- the lame of Roman: remain there", if for a fortnight, unti the other. commend to the attention of our readers. '

g cur Lord one tliouband ti lat hundred and We rcnrirks Italic letters 'backed out. The other, no patient Georgian.We ,
L three, ; (thirly have thought that this account, ritten made by JUDGE MARVIN: in responding were invented by Aldo Minutio les O
al act I
r islatuc Council wa< of pavfcd> the by'IVrntory the Governor of Florida ar.d Leg., tu j with the facts and feelings fresh and vivid, j'I In the 'toast given by P. G. '%Vebster and derive t their name from being first I should independent remain, mounted there until his ail scat, saying "he believe it was in some of the Connec.

tniund! md Charu-r of Incorporation ae ajipcarp might prove interesting at this tmc-Salclll': : Esq. headed.FI"I! ida" used in Italy. There have been a number of I hi* onward impediments to .,ticut papers that we saw the fo'Iowing hitor .

by the original. enrollment, of isj'id Charter of In j I Obscrrcr., .1'rl 19., 1835.. I' lIe nxl. that for more lli.in five claims, for the, honor. _.of. inventing t e art of g,it L.. .mnnth". ...progress, ,1 _were__removed_n__ 1 __,_.1 should__ /ifthc. FIRST barrel fif RI >vrhrnti- .
curpo.raifUl, and of aid amendment tt'iri: ... nsliVage n -- I -- .n: Norwalk
thereof, of te- J I printing ; all thc Chinese say they invent- u"uuu\cu unlg a in that State:-"A packet masterhad '
cord in the olfioe of the :i-ccn'ary: of the Ttrritoiy j war had r.i..,.c-d in that: Territory. Previous edit in tho Line of Julius Cicdur. We will ,ncvspapcr.Well returned from a voyage, and it was
of Florida, aa well all by the public tatule& of From the E..ex Gazette for J I77j.SALK.M 1 to its eitipiion* ) I noie
_. Territoiy of Florida the '; a steady tide of mi<'rn- however give the credit lo wh we believecredit thought they are both stubborn, abroad that he had brought with him
limited l/y Authority of tho lion x t as ) into that H proud, id determined-and brel
I April 25, 177o.ftio I llowmjj acid ; unless
country
but
W Gt!)ieini/r and Lcrulalue, is due-Guttenburg, Fast and Chooffe.r. one or of rum! Thu civil authority the
:;: Council of the! IIIrne.DQ .- OliVedlwsda. .._ '. ... lOri, .t ... ., 1 for the slet.
"I'cn'uubo' a law was I'a..t' by the: (Gu\ i --,\/ -_... .\ l--J--.,:i it.un; ; that war, Florida would this day be relehraling. other becomes humbled, they will remainuntil I men and the principal inhabitants of the town

.roor and LcgtMalive Council. of the said Tcrrilo- j'Troops of his ISritanick :Majesty\ cornmenc-l;' ) ,, as ono ofiho new Stati-s (if the Uniion After the defeat of Spanish Armada they starve or freeze (forit was a very came together and if
*J, on the fourth of March j cd hostilities tho of 1 ) that J Independence which! tie cold day. I enquire te.t thing'wasso. '
Lo day in the year of our j upon people this Prov. t our forefathers( iuteluh.d by Philip Spain, for the invasion ) proceeded on my way to din. He assented, they with
:< one thousand eight hundred and thirly.nim! ', inec, attended with circumstances of cruelty,';'; won for (the original thirteen. But war has of 1 ( ncr, rellccting on their and wondering voice declre one
mtlioniiinjaiid}' requinnjf the Difctncl England, a great interest was excited fly "you shall never land our shores! .
Attorneys ol not less brutal than that desolated arid how the
laid' Territory to inriitute-thc. requisite. !legal pro-1 I ) ) our venerable ances. i iIors I depopulated many\ parts of in every class of thc community which foolish affair end. -What! a whole barrel of RUM! It will '

ceedings agaitiht ouch Banking Incorporations in received from the vilest; Savages of the!I that beautiful country. Migration; IMS; ccas.ed gave rise to the very important invention of On my return, I found, to my utter surprise corrupt our morals and our "

their rcnj>ccti\c Dxirictfi, at might have incurrrJ Wilderness.: The particulars relative to this;;'; !; iind\ the fonuhak and scalping' knife newspapers. Previous to this period, all that the two carriages had disappeared! 1 I What a plain and simple b lesson undoing.this

fOrffItiJf5$ ol' their Charier by iion-uter, and lo !interesting Event, by which we arc involved I!I have Jrprived it of mall, )' enliro families. i tides of intelligence had been circulated ar. was now really anxious to know what compromise I what an the -.
in ofthe
eulogy on
I'rwiccuto the same to effect, no that tile f-aid Cliai- in all the Horrors of ill this I pure principles
[ a civil War During pciiod thu could have been
have
we ( and made. On
government
ten and all inquiry first
,
mijlit4e declared null manuscript, political I rctnarkanddocuments of the land. They
and void, by the Judi. I endeavored to collect as well the the proplu) of this have I was informed that stler wen hay,
as been I
raeatcfiffe; country beguiled they BOTH "backed
!
Court in present which out
proper uid 1 ihtrictll-AII,1> govenmie.il found itself inIcicsted healthy working men, whose blood had never
Yobere ,Charles S. Sibley, Attorn-]of the Unite.! II confused state of affairs will admit. I and amused with hopes of ending the iu addressing to the people had been \'hat a comment upon pride, stubbornness, been heate with the intoxicating cap-they

but11 fur the Middle District of Florida, prc"ccu I. "On Tuesday Evening, a Detachment war, by diplomacy. Negoci.ttions after Negociatiuiid issued in the shape of pamphlets. contention! After s many butter words, lived a good old age and died

Iii tiflf behalf fomaid\ Territory, hath appeared on HUH day, !'i from the Army, consisting, it is said of d or II I have been attempted with the Iii.dinnM. Sometime in the month of so much threatening, so much show of haugh. that in the happylulethinking
it of said Territory, and by him the Com 000 Men, commanded by Licut. Col. Smith I Tho 'while fl.iu" has been April 1588. the ty feeling and determination both countr'wher tey once
: rs i ii given to undcisland and be informed I airain first number of the English Mcrcurv. on sides, would not nllnw n. fires
that ._ ,
embarked the n.nl Bare ofthe'Jiid t
the lIid"Uank of FJorida"atthe county of Leon and at bottom t'fthe Common in and again displayed: by the whites, until the I per resembling tho present- English C"r. ,sl-M I.LL'r' graO 1. ,/ *0 /fV be landed, in '

Middle Dwtrict afurekaid, Jistli forfeited its Char Boston, on board a number of Boats, and Ian I Indian has laughed at our little army, and shape only, came out and was afterwards pap tin out!" Yet, it is always so. 'See a man de. would consumed than that mor barrel contain
tf, pub. b :
ind all the tranchiiaeaprhiileges and rights im ded at Phip's Farm, a littlo Charles derided its officers and men as Coward termined on pursuing a
way course ed
inunitioi up : lished often, us a spccimen ofthe work wrong per. drops! Little did they think that before
thereby conferred, by noa-iuer and hath River, from whence they proceeded Pretended treaties of have been dated haps knowing that he is in the '
with frequenily
peace but
prayed that a ,circfac 4, might ibsue : July 23d of( the same year, was No. 50 in wrong, ; the good example they set would be forgotten
U"',tosununou according l<> silence and Expedition, on' their way to Concord made: between. the belligerents, and to proud to retract-tho fact
the said"Bank Florida," to something like four months. may b depn. or entirely lost, a host of drunkard'u1dspread
before this Court, at the proper) time and appear about 16 ;Miles from Boston. The Peo. as frequently broke by the Indiana. The In 1033 there was a ded upon, that, after all his brandishing afer themse'ves over -' ferthus.
printing and
place! to bow cause if any it could, why the said plo vi ere soon alarmed, and began to assemble: i massacre of the few brave men under tin public printer in Massachusetts press:! : all his threats, after all his pompous ; it has been in our day.contnent rS&rb

r Chlrter..... .._..of Incorporation, .. .should not bo repealed. .' in Kftvprnl Towns before Dav.FJirhf... In- nnW_._ rnn111n.J .nf. (-.L .TV.-:........", u.. n ',1.'_ f''n'VII"VU"__ but of tho at Ipswich ; i will find out that there is no alternative but to however has God .
a .UU ucciarea nun ana void .O---' 0 on account death ofthe Rev. ice begun(.and may fin .0
; to watch the motion ofthe Troops. At Lex. hatchie, during the conventional "back out1'which ho will then I sef
F THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM I peace ere- so Glover, who procurred the printing b compele America and tberl, orJEd shah f
; MANDED, That make known the ington, six Miles below Concord, a Company sited by tho diplomatic talents of the brave and apparatus to do, with mortification and the drunkards UttT'baVe'been' and .
you to said engaged a printer from England regret. .. are no
"Baak of Florida," and all ihcl'residenU.Canliiers, of Militia of about 100 men, mustered near but duped General McComb, is but a single the was only set and ing that he had not "backed out before any more.V 1

. Rectors and Stockholders thereof, that they be the Meeting!\ House; the Troops came in sight instance out of many of the f.iilhlessncss of Jpswich press, much, if up not used at strife occurred.
before the Judge of our Superior Court of the of them before the heniinnle Indians. any, though it perhaps frnm tJtaRBVOUTIO.IAST
Wdle District Florida for the County of Leon, :.. r _.just. __.1 _l'.L.u Sunrise.1 ;I.and running to with._ treaties. They- do nut kf.n would- .- not n have___ Len _.int__ -un I.u.,l.lflt.O. ...nnI... OUUJC. SPECIMBN OF CON.UO.'-. .a 1TEn. AXECDOTK.Chm
do ( nol?
the in a icw .uus ui iiitiu, uiu Why they Many tribes
fourth Mcnday in January next or such umiuiiijuiug \Jlli*I In 1039, Cambridge, Mass., printing was As I am peculiarly fond of'proofs of con. tie of Bunker Hill after
*thei" tioM as the cer accosted the Militia in words to this of Indians upoa; our western do. the ,An3ericanb,
Courtmuy be adjourned to, at border first performed in that of
' the Court House io the City Tallahassee and.I cff'ect-Disperse, you Rebels-Damn you, Why is the Seminole more faithless? The which extends from the part Gulf North of Mexico America human jugal attachment between animals, (in the retired from the field, the,British still kept up

COUTttyofJon. to shour, if for throw down Arms and nnmver is Ac has been to speces.they'are e universal that I a cannonading. Three .Americana
thing never
any they your disperse ,-Up.. yet whipped by weary
; the Frozen Ocean.
.
**"> elvts have or can why the said Stephen Day was the set no by ) an instance of that kind and exhausted down the
i say. Charter I on which the Troops huzza'd and immcdi. the whites: and the Indian observes treaties et upon to
"Incorporation oftbe"- ank of Florida" i-hould I I first printer in tho United States. Mr. which the captain related to me this each, ..other of' bait. ar
?ot bo ately ono or two dicers discharged their not' fiom ;motive of honor, but from motives morning tol teir" ,e -
i repealed, annulled and : Glover
math void was a "
and
and all respected clergyman, gave me great While and .
tb.isbirtier. immunities, privileges and franchises by Pistols, which were instantly followed by the of fear. He must t be taught the power of to his embarkation for the new world previous Black River pleasure.Jamaica lying ,in cap, to witha the contents of *

Io&me conferred, be acicdirto possemion and Firing of 4 or :5 of the Soldiers, and then the whiles, and fuel the punishment which of harbur. two sharks While thu regaling th m- ',
: rector Sutton in the
cotrl was a of Surrey were
c.f said Territory atidfurther do country seen playing abut the ship; selves, they were thrown into *
to and there seemed to be a general Discharge from among civilized nations 'follows a violation great cp'nster- *
'eoea,. what the said Court then in EI:gland. He was a man of wealth at length the was killed the deso. nation ,
and there of it t, the whole of treaties. When then will .. mae by a cannon ball which stiuclf the
I Body of this ;
M : Eight our (
them, la |ibis behalf, shall! consider and men were I : war bs and able to afford assistance to the infant lation of the was. excessive.. _What he ground witnin a few of
killed closed IK there : where
and nino wounded. In few no bright in Ihey
'lctAnd! a minutes prospect view val
further
ere commanded to of did
joa aud without
give colony he conceivedthat her remains
I ""l uftcr this action tho Until the of lusachustt a seret but what were sitting ; two of .sprung..,to :
oftbe loitilotion of this proceeding, by Enemy renewed their recently people .Florida have he aid in be did with her : m
no
its was clear for
jmtiUoaUon I bter way prosperity scarce heir feet in an.instant'and.
hereof in Marcb Concord seen have attempte4to.dsome
the some public newspaper iu for ; at which place they des.I nonf. They never believed in than the ?
ttonthi Middle District' of Florida,for the space of three troyed Carriages, Carriage wheels, arid about ending this war by treating before fighting. by" establishing a printing pes a breath out of'hi. Eurydice'a. body otbplace; of security, whik.tho l .$ird >*
from the when
the day i.f tb. date hereof] and that near seat < vermelt.! Accordingly, he'stuck her and began. to a the
hi by, *.of
barrels of Flour all They have therefore heretofore : oam
you snake returns of this writ and 20 belonging to (be Pro. entertainedno he contributed her mt ;
of liberally towards the eat with l f ,
your proceedMMhereoa purchase up possible.expeditioc.] Gilmaaton N.
of its termination. 'E've oD ; ,H.. placed, Iu> ,
about \ .
vince. Here 150 !Men hope They ncaf
on the first day. of the next term of ) going towards now'do. printing' materials ,and .!the sailorafelt tHeir 3
engaged printer sensibility excited .
,
U a by the
i Court. so exact : weie.
I
a Bridge, of which the Enemy where in Co l.) Worth has lecontly been appointed to ionorupon .spot Ih&baJl }
pos. to to America mark"of
come over
the peculiar
m 1638.
W"-ru.-RJCUARD) G. WCLLFORD session, the latter fired, and killed 2 of our the command of the Army in Florida.! He year a postbumousatiacbtnent: ; struck, and looking. up ta the directiou.fr.
Clerk ef oar said:Court this 18th Mr. Glover with I I.fariv" embarked, for and to enable himto, perform this i .melancholy ,whence it.,camewithoo.sppareni:
is in the
day life
of brave concern
then :
Men who returned the Fire and prime active and '
day January A. D 1841, and the six. obligedthe am New:England in the Prin- .d ty;:'more easily, ,they his :
tf*.. -.* .. iA.ArM'th.. ,. ,;,.*>1..e'ofer t.b 4#<4 jsjivs-) .. .Bo.i; . -
eel BtatN'tIt America where they met Lord with nown. Ho ,will then : did; t- w --- -- -... .r., ."""u I cant: AI i" '
b.'the'
; Percy, a large I frst conquer treat. ( qpt r ftI1; f the. ;; : world. ; in hatchets 'p. '- ;
R: 0 WELLFORD. Clerk white ; hi.bitrh pilea'wit'lcir' ; :
J'' I'u..lu ; of Reinforcement and Iwo pieces of Cannon. The flag longer be suspended He died on his wid The Moro *- ibLtbeir"DfWq arC1D
'..... s.riof Court of the Middle Durtrict of The Enemy now having a body of about 1600 from the 'pine treeS in every pa ; hb family came n a widepoUibleand i IhIioe'iepultiuigonadecidedly! "
,.Flori4' for Leon County.Is directon.'proclaiming yerand, Cambridge, ,where, the as .gulped down pounds r'urf
Men, made a Halt, picked up many of their a ahi peac while seal: 'upon a>p ctf Thftir wiley leader,"Joe- S.nit6.
press wu'.I up, next year!, ,&hd the poumls'br the dear,deported as fruit.as
'
:'PU,9'J'ICE Dead and took of their ping ktife beiag'crimsonedwith.lbe ay. they ,
glren ofthe foregoing care, Wounded. At | blood 8'er ;bimselfitb'"damingc"t..l
'
6ruuhing
;J.lrJto'.n mentioned Meootomy few of our attacked of men women and children, and the printed w 't? ,Freeman'sjOith1. -were tqr\\D t him. ,..withthrtsejhtiidity ) rnentalr"in '
a ram ,
pirsoite a party young,1rdentacid.brvd1icer u scsH ; ,:
j.Je
MrDay i wbtc..h&
continued
rro-I [ the business tin.tO ;6l! the biTi l :
Ihetla.u: printing '
I.am dirwUd. :
thereby of twelve of the Enemy ( and soldier is .I t and, :
carrying stores and repining 1049,,.when he !.' I .1 military ap 4 la4t;is '
,
h"'A'h'L
KUALa' LEIGH READ. provisions to the Troop.) killed one of them | and biting fcijlip with) impatience and Green. Mathew, ,wuauccee4dby Sarqael -.QD.wa Awhile! .! was.:: ,- mist j4oistorjbetrifledwith ,The ::ate\ !toTJR ,
J of the Middle District of Florida, Day, presumed to have & persuaded that" every raorsel which 1 tu
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IrQIt ct. *CCiOpc5iid Americana.. thirst insatiable and the drinks active .1. ...... .*._ r ... -.'
; rejected, and strictly antiphlog.IsVp1anof treatment. stomach during the state of ...

, WaLLOW WEVERI perhaps, as fast as IWall Wed. After a con. I But neither a correct pathology, nor the best Uon., In the cue, however, infiama.1 i k TIiii'iouIDwi: ",

Thtf few w 'otto of f specifiee; character, tinuance of these symptonls for a few hours concerted! m***** "UI 'OJIJ,it thtf proper time deration, it is only an abuse of the proper I
TALLAHASSEE
: tod Confined'-afeuaUona; in''wbkfc l great the system seems la.:make a compromise whh for their application' he lost. TcTbe,successful remedy; V for, if the abstraction of blood be ." ,. FLORIDA: ;;

tootttare is,jobed with heat. It I the disease, and passively yields itself op to in the treatment yQow fever' no time judiciously made in- this state of the system, ..,-. .: EDWARD-R.'QlBSOnV: I-rO..i4

tiut b the..We* Indies,:great certain parts_ of Asia pre its ravages ; for there is no diminution of the must be spent in temporizing? -Yellow,fever the system, instead 6C becoming prostrate will I '. Saturday,. Sojitemfeer. *; 1S41.

South AiBertea, occasionally; in the northern danger at this moment though'tfie system u has just been stated, must, agreeably to the react promptly ; for the pulse, in the beginning '. .

Mite North America, and constant seems less, mofbidlj excited: j tot if the suf. best authorities, be looked upoir as an t&pti- of this"disease is in a state of depression, as'' -uamQ). '

I pretty feriog be )essdangef i is increased. Now the tile gtutrUif a fact that should be lost has been sod not of oftw. "
ly MiLlie soothern. It is endemial in many never aleady explained, :" < .. ANT: FAITH. .a Im'"bCXE2'
I Pt1iOnotbeg1.beand' especially in thetropical stomach gives' waft f the rriost tormenting sight of: it is tot the relief of this condition of lute veoJbu**;,for there hare been instances I -'' '-'.'- '."''- ;.t' ; For Senator, 2

cKmatta aad If occasionally eptdettSo haosea and thirst, with almost incesssani the stomach,almost exclusively,that remediesare of recovery, as already stated after spontaneons ; ; i iI I

in 'certain of'' the higher northern vomiting, take place. The fluids discharged to be saugbt. It has been mentioned;that haemorrhages from various parts of the James Berthtlott*
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: ktUodes, .as at Baltimore Philadelphia and are- fur the most .part, noihing but the drinks the pulse, from its similated weakness, and 'I body but where the abstraction of bhxxl from *,

V New York* It is roost common' in. seaports .. which the patient has swallowed( ; for these, the feebleness of reaction hi its more danger. .the general system by the lancet would certainry ForDaniel Rqt'umta1, 29frCation

: fend on :large bodies of water b\rt\ is even in die beginning, are rarely tinged with 009 forms, has misled the pracVrtroier to the ,have proved fatal. ,Does not this flow

; OccasfeoaBy found in inlahd situations.It .- bile. But a threatening change soon fellow ; fatal use of stimulants.: It is the depressed, of_blood intimate to us the propriety of kftitv i McRaeny

differs materially from the endemial remit. the fluid become thicker, and somewhat ro. of oppressed pulse, so called-a pnlte that al. ting it, by the application of a leech or two James D. Westcoti,

tent of trotted climates, and is, of course,not py. and ate now found to have mixed with 'ways acquires vigour by the abstraction of to various parts of the bodyf One thing is : Nathaniel W. Walktr

merely aa exalted form of the billions'! remit. them a flaky substance, at a dark Color.- blood. The quantity to be taken yJ/ any given very certain in the generality of cases of yef.' B-4. ,

I font of stich places, differs from the'ondemialfttnktentof These flaky substances, there is reason to time cannot well be defnned%, for this l low fever that when bleeding either general' Arthur Bumty Sen.

l' the W. Indies, in ks attacking believe, are portions of the vinous coat of the state of the arterial system may'require the or topical,. fails to afford relief; stimulant ; DE.OCBAT&-BElWABE

strangers to such climates only. The native stomach* detached, and are made to mix with loss of a rage quantity of blood to relieve it, never succeed : therefore! when the time ia by uj oUr auM V

and eyeD such as have been born or lived the ejected fluids. by the.efforts of vomiting. or the pulse may become open and free by past for both general and topical bleeding It 81 the Iaat.StaY.it would IRIMUbe

long in similar situations, are altogether exempts The urine, at this time, is usually very scanty the abstraction of only a few ounces. The it is vain to attempt the relief of the patientby rnei Whig w111 be aeez bae the G; ,

from its attacks ; and should the stran. and may be even suppressed ; the bowels management of the bleeding must, thereforebe the exhibition of stimulants. By doing It party, or a portion or them,haj

ger survive the dangers of an attrck, he reol are tardy, or yield a blackish, tarry-looking left to the discretion of the medical atten. little or nothing at this time, the recuperative jcome: out under the name of the

ratios free, far the most part, subsequently substance,of considerable tenacity. The dant. I If the" pulse rise, as it is wont to do powers of the system, if left to themselves, .1 life party. What upon earth !

though not exempt from the endemial remittent .; whole surface of the body, with the excep.tion under this condition of the system by the loss may restore the patient ; for all that art can .,next 1 It means, doubtJesJ, FJoride ahah"I

of the place.- Thismmwnky however perhaps, of the abdomen, is colder than of blood, its abstraction should be continued do, at this time, is not to thwart or prevent 'atives, for, throughout the Con..;
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may be forfeited by the for natural ; sometime, dry, sometimes moist ; untif it become soft Under the finger. Nor their efforts We must therefore, be rather lenatie' and Union, te CC,1
stranger living a Whig
year or two in a northern latitude : shookJ) the hands and feet deathly: cold, mottled with can any rule be taid down far the repetitionof the spectators of the conflict of the system/ denouncing: each hue been con

the stranger escape for a year or t\n, he becomes stagnating blood ; the pulse feeble, fluttering, the bleeding, bet one-namely, that' recourse than active agents against the disease ; taking al Heaven other, and ale u wide IPIII

acclimated,.and is no-longer liable to or extinct ; or it may be slow! composed, and must be had to it, wlenever: the sys. care, however,.constantly to remove, 0Jmuch IJ from Earth, and not haIr.,

be attacked by yellow fever This disease might, by the inexperienced, be even pronounced tern reacts with force, by which every symp. as it may be in our power, any obstacle likely to come together. The fact ir

has been looked pon, by some* as contagious natural.} Sleep forsakes the patientor torn becomes aggravated, even if this occur that may appear to interfere with ,the name of WMg, getting to be odious ,,,

but this motion la now .altogether' abandoned he dozes, to suffer more; his respiration is several times in the twenty.four ours. It general progress to recovery, as an irregular -T'j call themselves COTUenaffu &a.

by far the greater of the and hurried, or prutcrnatura>Iy slow. His mind is mainly owing to not taking down the excess condition of the bowels, of the stomach, of the p-.lMica71 WAig" acme B .
part profession W.Hg"
such j may wander, but delirum is not a very usual of action of the heart arid arteries when state of air, &c. dec. Nausea and vomiting some Dt7tJOCTlltie W

observe especially phenomena as have, and had ascertain opportunies its habits to symptom in yellow fever. Indeed, the pa. I it occurs, the fatal disorganization takes place are troublesome conditions of the stomach, and a very f few, plan Wig The intent

for themselves. Thai it tient/ in this disease, often possess the entire so frequently ; therefore/ every paroxysm and its relief should be attempted by leeching w to deceive and we would advise all .

sometimes I is admitted but this spreads is rapidly use of their faculties until the very last moment should be eareftrily watched, that no one may cupping and blistering, over its region, by are not in favor of eur affaintotL

the ; owing to of life. Some die most tranqutlly.declnr- pass whhortt haviug the force of the pulse a. Seltzer water, the effervescing draught, lime Ware. monetJ
causes which They
make it ,promise
and ;
< not to Here
any contagious quality. This dhease ailed them : while others die in great agony. fidently said, that the system never reacts tardy in the beffinnmcof disease. bv sti. they are the same party, p.,
varies in its mode of attack, as w ell aj irr the delirium in this disease it will not bear raulantsj after decided'marks Representatives in the fast
Violence When this happen, it is generally when forcibly wnen I I ; of debility, cloy Council,
of its
symptoms* In almbst every is- present, and when the brsni from sympathy the abstraction of Wood\ either generally or tea, mint tea, or strong coffee, with mustai IT lengthen ,sustaining our Banking Wet 1

other febrile dflease, as a general rule' the seems to sustain the great force of at. topically. topical bleeding ke resorted to,I I to the epigastrium, may be tried. Whe f and thuscontinuingtliepresentsUteoftS

risk is in proportion to1 the violence of the tack. The patient will now become more I, it must be from the epigastrium ; therefore, I black vomit has come on, the spirit of turpen] r They are the

symptoms". .. .;. but- the -masked ot insidious tranquil. front an evident mitigation of all theseverer" either leeching ot cnpping must be the mode tine with the oil of cinnamon, in thirty di t same party that done theirT.

iorm 01 yellow leveris rrtost' commonfy} the symptoms( j and this short-lived truce I of abstraction. This state of \he system is doses, has been certainly of temporary o most i the Chartering of the Banks..

most difficult of rnanagetnent, ndcODteq'uent.Iy gives rise in the inexperienced, to hopes that rarefy found, however after the tx pirn tion of' and occasionally of permanent benefit. Thir deeply indebted to them, and whose inter*

the most dangerous. Hence the "Walk. are never to be realized j for now the yellow. eight-and-forty hours. unless the disease have may bo abutod by omul I tjuamlitw; of vi. it u to keep the depreciated

ing coses" are almost ure to prove fatal.-i ness of the skin, which gives its name to the been vigorously; treated by previous >llood-let. cold water.or by frequently swalbwingsnu they money a leaf
; Dti square *HW
There are three modes of attack in yellow disease, begins to show itself, and becomes the tinge Should this period have been lest, bleed. portions of ice, as directed above: someti r.. nstilunon. accounts with

fever ; and the phenomena either may vary harbinger of the" dreaded and fatal "black ing from the general system can rely be the feeling of the stomach is in f favor of wi been They are what they always harr

a. the remote cause may have been more ot vomit." This mntter.is thrown from the successful : topical bleeding alone now pro. drinks ; when this is the cuBe, the ciaving o\\ Florida Bank Whigr and the true and

less active or concentrated. They may also stomach, sometimes in incredible quantities, mises relief; and this may be tried it almost instinct should be indulged. Hiccough d I only division of par in Florida is, the Bank

be influenced by ?individual habits ot constitu. and of various shades of color, from dark I any period of the disease, if the screibility of sometimes extremely distiessing in this com] Bond Taxation party, and the

tMons( or by the forte of the occasional or brown to the color of coffee gtounds, or black. the epigastrium remain active. As regardsthe plaint. Camphor, in doses of from five to ter Bond Taxation party. ArB'

exciting cause'i and hence tve find it run its It is and I will sometimes relieve it. Should i Akhough may
ness. ejected with very little effort, feebleness of reaction, as just ftaled, we grains/ change their
Course rapidly sometimes ; that is, in from the patient, for the most part, denies the ex. must not be mistaken in its cause, h the beginning offend the stomach, it may be given very ad \ name, yet they are the sane

two to fite days for the Cases terminating in istence of pain. Black vomit, however, does of this disease ; as it is alnost suro vantageously in H gill of rich flaxseed tea party i\Mi,pncIa never chang they
black vomit.: In this form of he disorder either hold
not always precede death ; it is occasionally to depend upon the depressed side of the and thin starch. or mucilage of gumarabias on ones, they bay,

the symptoms are generally less ferocious, absent. But when this is the case, hs places pulse. For after blood has been taken in an an enema. The utmost attention roust none at all, and a change of name, and .
and less marked
and distinctly fatal though more cer- suppled by the eructation of prodigious appropriate quantity, the heut of the skin and constantly paid to the patient by the nurse ; pretended opposition t what is, and always

the tainly fifth speedily to the seventh; or it may and run on to quantities of gas, rapidly) and constantly se. activity of the pulse will both increase ; but he should' have the luxury of fresh air constantly has been their darling, cannot

or day: ; thoughthe crcted by the stomach. The gums and other if stimulants be used, both will be diminish and the frequent renewal of clean,] the lngrdefe
people,
of kind the they are
sufferings are a more acute I. portions of the body at this time, yield con ed. But it is always proper, when reaction: is fresh body linen and bed clothes. their ng f
danger is less time is for the ACTS instead of
as mure given their
siderabie quantities of blood, which renders. feeble, the skin cooler than natural, and the PROMISES.

like application remedies farmed remittent; or it may present the aspect of the patient truly hideous. The I.extremities perhaps cold, but certainly pretet.I [From the Madisonlan.] We have been Landed (he following letter

a regularly regular ex. teeth become incrusted with sordes ; the ton. '] naturally cool, to use external stimuli with a for ? :
acerbations and remissions. If it asSume Tho following extraordinary fetter wi pblicato
black and the view of the of the in .
{ dry, pulse preternaturally aiding system
gue; powers
this form, it may run on to the ninth or eleventh I forwarded to us late last evening, AS having ADJtT. 1S GEraxji/s Omcx,
wlrtur.. mill_ ( K1n it 'riolL
_*_f_> r\t mnv htnt_, ttic .,__, their efforts to produce a warmth the
--- n ''' -w ----V n upon
The first form observes -.l--- J I been written by the author of the
Cofa
day. no tery V Ag. 10, 1841.
..extinct ; the skin and extremities cold ; co. |surface. Bottles} or jugs o(hot water, heated WQdig
of attack (he House at Richmond, where such delectable : The W.. _
period
regular though evening SI .. k-r. jt
ma or law, muttering delirium takes place ; : bricks, sinapisms, Cayenne pepper. &c., -- I ----o UI' IIIJ
is the most Common. The second generally scraps of news are made a* public as at.aw to tbis, Office
sometimes convulsions, then death. The ;should be applied to the i feet and legs, and your letter of the 20th of July,
takes place after noon and the third most Exchange of a commercial: city. Under WE 18K FOB IKFOXKATlOX !
; any in relation
prognosis of this disease must always be regarded used until a proper warmth bo rest<>red. 1 ne to depredations committed West
in the The mode of t other circumstances should not have felt Tho "Madisonian" furnishes
frequently at.
morning. even in its commencement, as unfa bowels should be freely opened, but not \'io.ilently we some very the Apalachicola! river, and I am o
tack, is however, is mark. authorised to publish it. It will doubt curIous reminiscences the Veto dircte
pretty generally no upon power Major General 1
vavoiable, though this disease is not inevitably purged : for this purpose, eight er ten Scott to ,
ed the train of strike friend of the' Administration with and the Bank It say
satttd question.
by symptoms, differing : every appears that when inst. instructions 2
fatal. If ihe disease have commenced in an j grains calomel should be given immediately were sent to Col. Woregfl1VnFvt.Ae.VV&.L _
in forte than in character if equal astonishment and the first Bank bill ... _
not was
more we ex. regrl't-regret passed by Conffressjt & ---.
i undisguised form, the chance is in. after bleeding, followed, in three hours, by a u f
cept the first, which often has the peculiarity open. (' that the President s'.ould! be treated with such was submitted to Prp.We.n Washington, for, force of Dragooi, s ((2 companies) to
I creased ; but if it attack insidlou ly.tl1e dan. dose"of castor oil, if it do not previ. t.e
operate
bfbetraying itself by scarcely any outward of I indignity, but because he is thus abused by his signature on the 14th February, 1791 ; tion of country, or to cal ita sric two
ger in almost is proportion to the absence ously to the expiration of this time. During
signs, except weakness slight headache4 or ,prominent or decided If the di. the whole disease, the bowels should be kept one who ought to be his (friendone, mho und thut u was not signed untill the 25th, be.i j companies of militia, as he thncrght pioper
hausea. This incidious character lulls the symptoms. doubtless ought to feel some gratitude, at least ing the llth day after its presentation. On J! I am, Sir, very respectfully,
'cease assume, or can be made to put on a open by the milder pur gat'C!?, but especially 't
and his friends into a fatal security.- for such influence as Mr. Tyler contribnted the 23d February, General W. consulted Your ob. servt.
patient; regular form, thut' i is, have its remission and I by oil, or by injections ; for purging is uniformly !!
The patient has been known to walk about to gihim the seat he occupies-astonish. Mr. Hamilton (Secretary of the Treasury) r L. THOMAS,
exacerbations( in regular order, thoughthe hurtful, unless it be (the decline of
pretty on
until within a few minutos ot dissolution.- merit, that one who has worn the guise of oa this point : In what precise period, by,! AssL. Adj. Gen.
run high, there a better j the disease, and after the liver has to
The unmasked or violent attack yellow fever symptoms appears begun friendship, should disclose such a deep feeling I legal interpretation of the Constitution, can GEO., WALKEB,
chance to increase the and moderate the the bile
which
one secrete of ,
large quantities re.
if, therefore less to be dreaded than the I of enmity and bitterness. Forewarned, the President retain it in his possession, be. )Maiianna Florida. '
other But the other hand if the disease
on quires to be carried off. The mildest drinks
seemingly&: mild form, as the derangement of Mr. Tyler will be forewarned. We shall fore it became a law by the lapse often days" Insult tttc
discover remission to President.
be
no tendency to regular or should given during the whole at
the system is morES palapble, though it is alttdys attempt see whether Mr. Bolts, and such as he, will Mr Hamilton gave it as his: opinion, "that
if reaction bo but feeble and transitory, the cure, and these co'd almost always ; that is, I The Madisonian of yesterday states, that a
highly dangerous. This disease dif succeed in "heading" him-whether they will you have ten days,exclusive of that on whuh
risk is greatly augmented. If the patient unless cold drinks be less acceptable to the company of individuals in Sixth
fefs in its attatk from almost every other farm I' perpetrate a legislative fraud, such as the let. the bill was delivered to you, and Sundays ; colecte
sigh deeply, immediately aftcr waking, and stomach than tepid. which is sometimes the street, near the Avenue, on Monday nighf,
bf fever, as1 it is seldom ushered in by a well ter describes, for the heartless purpose of hence the present case, if it is returned on and
marched
Before he have recovered the. of case. Ice swallowed in small to the Executive
,
defined chill, though the sensationfof cold, powers frequently "fastening" Mr. Tyler, and forcing him into Friday, at any time while Congress are sit. MaD
speech, the presage is bad or if he com. portions at a time, is both and with the deliberate intention of insulting
; acceptable use.
and a reduced temperature of the skin, will a measure which neither his conscience sanctions ting, it will be in time." It is well known t
plain.tlf much soreness and pain, without the ful, and should never be withheld when it can Chief Magistrate. Previous their depar
remain sometimes time before reaction his We have that General Washington entertained
a long judgement great
part having any morbid appearance, it is e. be procured, All the drinks may i be rendered nor approves. ture for their place of rndevou., which, we
will take Much is for further doubts the constitutionality of the Bank
place. languor always experienced not room comment at present. upon
Dually as unfavorable. Those whose arms cold by this substance ; and these should consist are informed, was the Log Cabin the
; for the most part, intense head. bill. He consulted his Cabi tet,and obtained Hotel
become rigid seldom get well ; and those gum-arabic water, barley water, and : i Mayor of the city was l
ache, distress abojt the precordia, and the their opinions in writing-Messrs. Jeffersonand pf
who have an entire suppression of urine never linseed tea, blippcry-elm bark tea. &c. Auuurr 16, 1841. movements, and he among them,
ate of a peculiar red. The heat of: I E. Randolph! was decidedly uppoted to .
eyes recover. Black vomit is always a very Drinks should always be given in small quan. DEAR SIB: I and requested them to desist. 'They ov.
the skin is seldom great in the beginning, to it : Mr_ Hamilton.. &c.._ for it. It is: well -
unfavorable symptom, espccialy when attend lilies! at a time, lest the stomach reject them. The President has finally nu. ever marched up the Avenue, drank at s .
but :increases in Mr. Madison remonstrated
known that again
soon intensity to
conveying ,
ed by hiccough, but it is not necessarily fatal, If there be much sickness stomach, attended resolved to veto the Bank Bill. It will be I tavern on the corner of Tenth stt sod lien
the mind the sensation!! ofpungency. The l the Bill and recalled to the President'srecollection
particularly in young people. The pukingof by much tenderness upon pressure, the sent in to day at 14 o'clock. I It is ;impossible ; I proceeded to the whe',te
is and indeed it the fact that the to
pulse rarely open strong ; wind," as it is called, is! perhaps as deadlya epigastrium should be leeched or cupped; and to tell precisely on what ground it will be power grant.: gathered the portico, at about 2 o'cok.
usually rather more feeble than natu. i had been debated in the Federal
appears symptom us black vomit. On the other I I this may be followed by a blister if the nausea placed. lie has turned and twisted and chan. incorporations the night, and commenced hooting,
nl the
to inexperienced which Convention and But there hi
rejected.
practitioner, ,
sometimes betrays him into dangerous errors. hand, should there be a general abatement of vomiting continue. Should the head. ged his ground so often in his conversation, two circumstances stated by the Madi drumming, and making a variety of "

the symptoms, especially of headache with a ache be great after due depiction from the .that it is difficult to conjecture which of the are sufficient to arouse all, and to alarm
in this svn
The state Is
pulse termed the sonian well known and
not so or generally
op. softened skin, a general and equally distributed arm, the temporal artery may: be opened, or absurdities he will rest his veto upon. ; of the inmates of the house. Afer t

... pressed or depressed.pulse by authors! ; and __ ivnrrrlth H _____n_ :. li__>KK__ _rf_>._all__<_>/_._nrm9H._.___. rlimimitinn_......._.._.. nf__ lecjies or cuppa be applied to the temples, In the last conversation reported, he said upon which we request information i miscreants bad accomplished purpose
aid of
instead of the rtimulti, as has 1. "The President bad
requiring (Washington)
been too often supposed, Calls loudly for the thirst, without nausea or vomiting, and the behind the ears, and to the back of the neck. his only objection was to that provision which insulting the dignity of this whole Union, ia
difficulties it and
in regard to a veto
use of the lancent. The face tongue beginning to clean, less tendency in Under these circumstances, if the feet be presumed the assent of the States, where no : great the person of its Chief Magistrate, they dispersed

proper peculiar or, rather, specifice flush assumesa whichis the upper part of the abdomen, bilious faecal cool or cold, they !should bu placed in hot opinion was expressed and if that was struckout message teas actu and prepared is by Mr. Maduon for the night, without experiencingthe
by now extant.
totally distinct from the readness or ordinary -! discharges, a free flow of lighter colored water, with which" is mingled a quantity of he would sign the bill. He had no ob. 2.u The request bill to renew the charter of the slightest interruption from the police authority

fever. This reddening marked urine (and particularly ifit depoit a lateritious the flower of mustard, and the feet suffered to jection to the location branches by the directors i. of the city. 1 he following e'enm.a
gives a defeated the
very old Bank in 1811, was by cast-
character to the countenance and sediment); a moderate, and generally-diffused remain in it for fifteen or twenty minutes. in tho absence dissent expressed, Clinton. The i portion of the same crew, we a
can
of remarks
vote George .
never be mistaken, by an perspiration, after the abatement of the ex. This may be repeated pro re nata. Fresh but whenever it was expressed, the power to ing him the burned Mr. Tyler in effigy, a short distance
eye experienced addressed to the Senate by on occasion -
rbatlon-tho disease may be consideredas air should be admitted freely into the discount promissory notes must cease al. northwest of the House. Some
in this disease, for a symptom of common fe. i room ; were prepared, it is [said, by a di Prenl's
Ter : on the contrary, it always denotes a less desperate, and as tending to a healthy the bead clothes and body linen changed as though the agency might continue, for the tinguishc I member of the present Senate icho of the names of the party ben pr
solution. The pulse, in this disease, betrays, often by a U. S. officer, and we
!
high degree yellow fever. The tongue is as practicable, light excluded, and noise purchase and sale foreign exchange. How. took a prominenl part against the bill in the bop wi1
from beginning to end, less concern if we prohibited. Iftheie be much determinationto will his brought to punishment. proceeding
ever, see
Usually moist and clamy; bu rarely dry, roughor you message. debmtes at that time. Mr. Clinton said, a.
may so term it, than in alm.!! other with the head cold which we no approved -
stany applications shonld bo madeto person
red in the hop rb
commencement, though these Our Captain Tyler is making a desperate other things, "In the course of a long
which we are acquainted. Indeed but little rnong city, and
it, after the of hair should .t
reducing
conditions of this organ are sure to follow in quantity effort to set himself up with the Loco Focos, life, 1 have found tint Government is not to te
a short time. The skin i.. dry and harsh, dependence is to be put upon it* if it alone be this be thick Partial heat may be reducedby but he'll pe headed yet, and I regret to say, it be strengthened by an assumption of doubtful the police authortie that tolte 1e
taken for it has been known The
for the as a guide j to sponging. Doctor Jackson, in his treatiseon for him. Ho will be I sentienta disgust indignation
most part ; though occasionally it is will be badly an obfectof but by a wise and energetic execu.
resemble in health when dissolution powers all classes in the that
a pulse fever recommends I so general city
bleedings in the among
large ,
found with hot "
wet, per peratlon. This execration with both parties; with one for tion of those which are incontestible.
has been near at hand ; while, again, it has I first eight hours of attack ad several papers were yesterday in ciu
even
sweat is sometimes early (in its appearance deliqiiinmaniini. vetoing our bill, which was bad enough; If the Veto Message prepared by Mr. Mad.
been known to cease, the patient recover. This tion, numerously signed, appealing
yet in robust! constitutions and
fend at times,extremely profuse in its with the other for but
quantity; I signing a worse one; ison be extant we respectfully ask that it C1t1ZeC5to :
of the
The call
Treatment. treatment of this. disease when the disease Mayor to a public meeting
but it neither abates the action of the hart i commences with high ex. he is hardly entitled fe sympathy. He has be published. Considering all the cir. "

and arteries; nor mitigates the local suffering* is very fat from being as efficacious of cer. citementf has been found very beneficial, but refused to listen to the admonition and entrta- may cumstances of the case, it would shed much express their reprobation of the Otr.bl

as headache, pains, in the limbs or oppressionin taln as its danger requires ; yet it is not so fatal it rarely can be proper where the disease is ties of his best friends, and looked only to the light on the history of public opinion at that Se.

the longs. \\ is therefore not critical, but, under favorable circumstances as might, of a highly malignant character, as is almost whisperings of ambitious and designing mischief important era, and on the most important see ,by the orem papers theta

on the contrary, rather betrays malignancy at first sight, be sDp o.ed. In tropical cli. always the case where much indirect dibility makers that have collected around question.We similar indignity was given the Prde is

there is rarely so great an abatement ofvymptotn.atanypetiodoftbedaysriasto mates, it rages among stranger almost ex. suddenly shows itself, ind consequently, also ll8k for the name of the Senator, Albany, N. Y.-although net in bi b.

amouot clusively } and those, for the tnost part, are v hero the powers of the system are inadequate him.The veto will be received without a word, to whom is attributed the authorship of old yet it is. just bad. Can this b te
a
to a remission)though there frequently of a description unable to pfotfdre the best to produce a quick and sufficiently powerful laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. George Clinton's celebrated casting Speech religion11 party. ,

is an exacerbation that is every way alarm. means of mitigating suffering or averting dan. reaction. In this CIse, howeve, stimulation To.night we must and will settle matters, as we had always supposed, that this illustrious

lag,from intensity J and this may happen ger. In ntotherly situatidns.where the disease would be more quickly and certainly quick as possible, but they must be settled. veteran was the author of his own Addressbut We were pleased! to see th following pro*

twice, or even thrice, in the twenty four is, as it where; accidental, the mortality, under ,fatal than bleeding, even indiscreetly urged ; Yours, &c. ifbe be not, we should desire to know' position, which appe in the cam of
the best circumstances, is considerably less, for, by the former, you cannot fail to increase JNO. M. BOTTS. : thiak
We
boors. When this happens the disease pro. the man, to know who the honor of its pro.duclion the from A Citizen. _

oeeds, with hasty strides, to its fatal termina. though attribute still very much of too the IrS at. We may I the inflaraation of the mucous membrane of You'll get a bank bill, I think, but.one that is due. Be the author who he may, Sntinel i deal of justice i the recdfi-
some portion mortality to the the stomach, which will necessarily the
lion ; for sheuld not remedies "at this time in the view that augment will serve only to fasten him, and to whichno it is a paper, though short, of great merit- ,and that taxation should extend*
have been
discrepancy ta. the while; the latter diminishes
especially bleeding, abate the severity of the danger; only? stock will be subscribed and when he and, as we have often said, deserves to be '
ken ef t the habits and nature of the disease. the reaction ,therefore 'the first ; all kinds of well as toe
by
power ; ) -
I'mptoml.yerr sooa after their application, fadeout that bois not wiser in banking than written in letters of gold over the Capitoland propy. a
more fatal symptoms quickly! supervene ; the Some suppose it contagious iu a high degree: practice, the Cause of the disease is increased, all the rest of the world, we may get a bet. ( the White House) at W hington.Wecrememberu.lt .-

eye becomes:tnoretadlivtdity. ; is added to the this infallibly increase! the mortality, by causing by the second the effects of this cause are ter. The excitement here is tremendous, bu'tit were but yeatereay, hoW'tho The 95 Tax.-One who cares n for tbs

deep toned color of the cheek ; the tender. the necessary alcana to be withheld from only augmented. For the first, there may be will be smothered for the present.V casting vote of .George Clinton and his tax, and b willing' te pay and h paid t&*

ness is much increased by pressure over the the suffering, under the apprehension of per. no adrpuate remedy ; for the second, a remedy The above letter is postmarked "Washing Address thrilled through every fibre of our same, would recommend to the ct au&

V region of the stomach | nausea and vomitingcocuDeoce sortal danger ; while others look Upon its na. may be found : hence, when in the ton V 16th. August," and addressed to "Cof. fram-1ike"the sound of the trumpheL"Another tie t lay still another tax. To m J V

or increase ; the patient tones ture to be the same as that of typhus, and early stage of yellow fever, recourse is had fee House, Richmond.'! (Free). ad dogs [four'legged] ran about. ,the
fatally adopt a treatment formidable to to internal stimulants, 'the case is almost Uniformly .
himself ioto .every position { delirium en. JNO. BOTTS. I Bank Robbery.- WillianV&I.; K. streets,. to the great annoycof m1.c.z.
such a ,view ; and consequently, 'thousands fatal ; whereas, bleeding, even when the branch of Let
oet ;the urine becomes intense 1 ia color Ball c bie.r.of bank. the State' tbo.h teI.

and emll b quantity; the extremities lose are sacrificed to a hypothesis. The.opinionis injudiciously employed, only depresses the II of Arkansas, at Fayetteville, recently 'absconded them t run a I large, -

their heat; the gum :became, swollen and now, however, daily gaining ground, that system which may rc over by the aid,of'ax.. Bunker Hill Monument.-The elevation leaving ,the bank. minus! some $64.,*! of the city. Money i needed. fo pubfio &' '

liriac ha tongue red, or brown, and dry yellow fever is essentially an inflammatory I ternal'stimuli; and the case ia not as desperate to which this work has been 'raised 5 i in 125 j I 000.' V V .'- .. ; V, prownenUu :- '- :A Crrm*,!'" .

; disease, and one which requies a vigorous : as :when stimuli have been thrown into the I, feet; 100 feet more is to 'be raued. .. : V and o who pays T&


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jfrflbe.. Convention for the neminal10nrl COGS1O1AL.' mlieV"er Mvag pur- _

entiycs assembled From the Ckeoiutm Mercury.WAIHXHCTOK 'L:chaaed the _Lire alock.of a AtiCTUR :iSALES. ,
and > .
Repre ... -
Senator "
a DIED, in this city en tbe 25th instant.oh. L fl -'
the Court House this day, and nominated Auf..20.: Miller, a friendly Indian. -Draji; c ; .tnll .OF ;. it I

It head of Pro. 2 o'clockP. M. The tew RmkBiU.wa : Much credit is due to Mr. Miller for tbe part be 4 alelj .ws>d t-7.nt"L 1- .t..et this 1 .

De Ticket at the our paper. introduced by Mr Sargeant. It is called the has taken in oar defensive war. A* Pilot he was clly.respeelfully Inforio 1Deie.trt..4aDd AUCTIONEER COMMISSION G

ceedinr or Convention nett week. .' Fiscal Corporation of the United States." I active,,vigilant and energetic<< while-u a citizen, the pare,that they bay. done M with mSBCHAMT,' r
peaceable and industrious. He acted as Pilot view of establishing a ruuuiittn acsiKM ,
C7 We sec by the late doings of Congress it is limited to dealing in Exchanges only-' some years aloes, under Capt. Ilonter, sI( the U. under the finxfof POPE & ,I\OBINSON.aod CAUTION. ,-

that the Whole Hog party have got up a bill and the Bank has the power to place its' bran, 8. Army, when be done honor to himself; tbea respectfully solicit a share of patronage. Ia ad J#- THE public are hereby cautioned gaismt pa,. BOBBST J le

ches in the States. The authority to set up under Capt. Baie, of the Volunteea Corps, for ion to the stock now on hand, they will receive a certain promissory note made pey- AUC'rIONEE- ..
for a Fiscal Corporation. If they leaf out branches by the bill will bring it within more than three months then under Cap. McEIvy; by the first arrivals from New YOlk, a farther supply able by the roUcribert, to Ambrose Crane, late of8U

every thing which admita of a regular bank. given 'President's eto. But I and OB the dismissal of the Volunteers' wen back of Drugs, together with a general assort.. Marks,(and uow in Texas.) Said note" was A.

done it will, doubt. the range of the into the; U. S. service again. Being born aid meet ofFANCY given fur $294 43100: ,and ia supposed to. hare aa SA Y8-We4iaaY.dap *

jog business being think be will stop it in tho Senate. brought up in the country and of a remarkably ARTICLES, PAINTS, OILS, endorsement of f 100 00 on it. Tbe oeta being *. a3e.WILLI .

)Jess pass and receive the signature of the vigorous constituti nenaUcd him to perform more GARDEN SEEDS dated 19th April 1838, parable at ail: moatha,aDd ; Adjttlnl' trntor '

dated 22 bard service than of the He died in -. -. th. Buna .h.*> Ions. inc* been Daid by, n> in. eettle- .J 'the}hijbe t 1-.
letter from Washington Aug. troops. --- --- ---- ---- --- --
A any and all oilier articles in each establish- I
President. usually kept .
_
_
_ of while ment of account with said'Crane, and repieeentedt v 4* d7 MIffiilS
: The rumor is that the Cabinet will the performance bis duty as a Pilot, going mess, which they propo.e to attU low for CASHor l> V ra, panoaai prwpertf
says from the Fast to seek out the party, which be I lost or mislaid at the time ; we therefore re- aet.
Congress, it seems, is determined to sit i be disolve I today or tomorrow,-turned out.I now live somewhere near tbe savage Apalachicola river. on.credit to punctual customers. for*e to pay the tame,but vndersUnding that said 8HAE deceased, Dlio.J
All
Until something like a Bank bill ia passed, believe it. A. motion will also be made in and%genuine.artides sold by us JOHN are warranted H- POPE fret Dote hu since foil into the band of his on, Alexander Clothes, Household and
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the House to lay the new Bank bill on the --- P.W. Crane and offered for sale calls forth Clthi
what it may. The new bill has passed Marine last-Port Leon. J. S. ROBINSON.
cost: this notice. HOLT it.' MILLER.St.Ma.ksAag.14 Fumiitu&u &c.
is doubtful in the Senate. table. Tallahassee,Aug. 13. 1841. 3tf 3lf I '
but 1841. *
the House, yet Another letter of same date says, Thereis KEFOKTXD BY )[. SCOTT, JK., DEP. COL. Administrator's Notice. I HACKY. Aac'r.Aug.19. ,.
Bankrupt Bill has passed both branches, WM. C. MILLEB, I .
The great excitement here now. The new undersigned having obtained letters of (

and received the signature of the President- Bank bill will be lost in the Senate probably.If ARRIVED, THE tratiOll of the estate of John F. COMMISSION MERCHANT N. B. Al prn having elia.. .
.
Aug. 26.-Schr. Hudson, from New Orleans, late of Leon No. 82 Commerce Strut at the ,
u
Kscklvr, County deceased ,
the 1st of Feb. The Land request oupe .
it takes effect on not the Presdent will veto it. The Cabi. mdzc. to sundries. requested to come UM IDOCaisf pcevieo
indebted
all to the said estate to call and settle NEW ORLEANS.
|I'CraoJ1I
Bill has passed both Houses, and only wants net will be turned out today or tomorrow- immediately, and those holding claims againstthe l th above sale, prove properly and take i awar.CHRISTENY .

of the President t. become a and perhaps Congress will break up without' NOTICE. estate lo present them dulv, autsntieatemL________ m-.. Anti-dyspeptic fy Jinli-bilious Pills 8HAE, A.'x.
the signature WEEKS aler date I will apply to Ibu ; i law n. -
tho directs.
further We consider
action. may now things I SIX PREPARED BT ,
I Judge of the County Court of Le*>n, for COpDDen.
jaw.jUadison. fixed and the end The of' JQHN W. LAV1NUS, Adm'rjTallaAug. entered int.
began. going out Letters or Administration on the Estate of the 21.I 4 C. E HAYNES M. D. THE
and a United States Bank. the Cabinet will be that the President commiio tad forwarding
an earnest late Joseph Crane, deceased, of said County.G. Sparta Georgia. reneal

Mr. Madison, in his speech against the is *n the Rcpubliaan track.A G. HOLT.St. Tallahassee, July 12th, 1841.IN jnstlj celebrated pills, which are win Ormond.merchants, WM.style McNAUGHT.' McNaogLt

U. 3. Bank, which was revised and fur- postscript of a letter from Washingtonsays Marks 1st September 1841. : my absence. from the Tcrritory I have appointed THESE their way to pre-emiRent popularity, & ORIIOND.

firm .Mr. Madison himself, in June, "The Land bill is in danger in the Sen. NOTICE.S --. Judge Augustus desirous Steele of of Tampa are suited to all cases requiring either mild aperient PortLeonJ2Ol84O JAME .
Those !
niahed by Bay, my ngeiit. purchasing active cathartic medicine prepared bj one
or
to the Richmond Enquirer for publication ate. If it should
1811 John Tiler. will arrest it with VETONo. Judge of the County Court of Leon County, All powers. heretofore given by nrlo others, hiring been tested by more than ten years eipcrP .
his unanswerable obJections for Letters Administration de bums, the GOVERNOR
on OF FLORIDA.
non.
I thus sums up 2.An have been and are Full and void from the 14th cnre in biB private practice before they were offered BY TiE
Estate of John late of
to a United States Bank : deccascd. Capt. Shaw LEVI: (;A tuidjCounty.arOi. September, 1836. RICII'D. d. IIACKLEY.:: to the public, and having, whenever fairly tried UTIIEaEAS, i .been satisfactorily .. .

the whole, he Concluded, July 17 2m 51 been preferred to all other article of similar form, V V to appear t* me, that Willis Alstoawho ,
on :3 6wNOTICE.
; M Jt appeared extract of a letter dated Washington, Sep4,1841
____ are confidently recommended as greatly superior, had been previously committed to t! Jail i.Leou ia
t the exercised by the bill was con. The Cabinet refuse to although I MESSRS. E. A. HEIR $ TIIO !
that power _\ug.21. go out, NOTICE. far general u.e.to every other known remedy. coaotyna the charge of mader, oa th
rfcmned by the silence of the Constitution ; it has been intimated to them by the'I Subscribers having! obtained Letters of ESaS will act as my agents Reference to printed certificates in the hands of 5th day of Jane, of t present year acmit

t. was condemned by the rule of Interpretatiou' Pnisident, that he desires it. His personal' THE on the Estate of Benjamin during my absence from the E.Territory.D. COLEMAN. tho agents. For sale by tail, and discharged persons acliag of

rising out of the Constitution ; was condemn. friends urge him to kick them out, and I thinkhe I C. Dean, request all person indebted to the said Aug I'. 18-10. J Iw4LiCht D. H. AMES. the Peace, and that be is, now going at large. And

> ed its tendency to destroy the main charac.ter will do it. I Estate, to come forward and settle their accounts Talaha! see. Jan. 30, 1841.-ly.Gostenhofer whereas. has.been farther mad to appearths_
by condemned immediately; and those having demands againstthe I Carriages Cheap for Cash. fk. Davies commissions oltb person acting ana admitting t
the Constitution ; was by
or bad and
Esle.te will present them within the time prescribed lIARIOTEE3, BAROUCHES & BUGGYS commission l'IERCIIA.. said Alston to bai expired tb.ty
the exposition of the friends of thc Constitu. SENATE Saturday 22. The Dis. C NEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. were not at aforesaid -
August I by law {properly adjusted with hirnewa complete got up in superior tme 1
tion, while depending before the public ; was tiibution Bill! was resumed.Mr. I LEVI CARLTON, style and for sale at the auction end commission .-!!.Bond Esq. fracn', and their acl u such, a therefor Dan

condemned by the apparent intention of the McRoberts renewed his motion in the Sept. 4, 1841. 4w tore ol It. J HACKLEY.Feb. MCMIB. Belton & Fisher, void.Now therefore in of law, I
pursuance hereby
which"ratified the Constitution was ---- 87.1841. 31tf Kerr&Kirksey
parties ; Senate to-day to insert the Territories of Flour. Tallahassee. offer a reward of Two Hundred .DeUa

condemned by explanatory amendments, proposed Wisconsin, Iowa and Florida," so that they o BBLS. SWEET at private sale by NOTICE.IX Messrs. Molynenx, \Vilhcrby, 4- Coo. Livcrpo for the arrest of the said Wili Alt *

by Congress themselves to the Consti. should be entitled to a distributive share of I MUJ sep 4 :3 EDWIN W. DORSEY. weeks after dale application will be made Much: 23, 1840. 33 ly delivery to the I.rbl of Middle Dit of

tution, and he hoped it would receive its final 1 the lands. It Mr.\ I. to the lion. theJudoe nf the Coun'v Court Florida. And hereby direct all t proper
was supported by -
public ALBERT It. ALEXANDER, officers of this .
7 Bale Rope. T Le-D fr -'he' Territory be vigilant i arresting
tbe vote of the House. 1 letters ofAdminn'1rationon Estate
., condemnation by
McRoberts l Mr. Allen, Mr. Linn, and Mr. Alstonand bin in
COILS, expected daily per schooner of John F. Biown, late o 'If aid County deceased.* AUCTIONEERAND 11.i placing cusy.
"Rumor," (Mr. CLAT.)-It is said, that Benton, and opposed by Mr. Huntington and I 00 Cordora and will be sold low at private <*' GEORGE PRINCE' Given under my ba t seal of

.. Cabinet will receive the next veto of Mr. Prentiss. It was finally adopted by a ale, to close the consignment, by Port Leon Aug II 4 6t. General Commission merchant, [L. 3.] the Territory TaUab.a. this
.
June
the vote of 22 to 18, the Democratic Senators -cp4 :3 EDWIN D. DORSEY. _. Port Leon Fla. 16U day o D.181.
r Jlr. Tyler with resignation. If he does not I R. .
.4 will resign.II And what a fall present all voting for the amendment. SALT. FOR S1LE--1 Fifty Saw .Brain- March 13. 1841-tf 33 Governor CALL.
i they e
i ,
1a Gin For sale
that be !" Then, Web. SACKS, in store and for sale low at byBETTON On Consignment. July 6..1 1841. 1
will my countrymen S 0 0 & FISHER.
and the Federalists and Proceedings of Congress. We have the private laic by I 6lf AND for sale low, a splendid assortment o Notice.
and Granger, Aug.28,
from
gter, Princes's N
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sep 4 3 EDWIN W. DORSEY. : DABLIXS Garden
TRAYBD Stolen from Bisckwwood's
Plantation
!
will all fall together The na. gratification to announce to our readers, that S or -
Abolitionists, York,consisting of every variety and colour. They
NOTICE.TRAYED near on or about the 4th I
mourning, and the the Land Bill was finally acted on and passedby Whiskey. were in fine order and arc warranted.. to T.Uabus I
tion will go into a general or stolen from the subscriber, at put up of July a Bay horse, bearing the !
I I the Senate So that the BBLS. RECTIFIED in More andf bloom if taken care of. 1.t 'ppaac
on yeaierday. properly
will be with black. This of of with
Heavens hung 1 0 0 the house of John Addison, 1} miles N. W. a Lor turning grey age;
ale low
melancholy dispensation may be expected tll measure only wants the sanction ctf the President 'r at private sale by Tallahassee a bright sorrel HORSE, with a blaze ALBERT R. ALEXAIiDER. bands high, slightly marked with b.rDe and in .
sei4 3 EDWIN W. DORSEY Port Lcen. March 13, 1841-tf 33
take place in the course of the present or to become the settled policy of the in his face, hind feet ",white and a saddle-maik on rater poor condition. A liberal "war will be :j

week saith Mr. Clay's Rumor! country. The'ote on the passage of the Gin. his back. Amy information! of said horse will be Alligator Line. return to the Plantation or to the subscriberat

following_ -so gratefully acknowledged ; and any person delivr- A new ,..g.I line has been Monticollo. THOS. JEFF.HEIR
bill stood 27 to 23. BBLS. in and for -
.. store aae at private
him lo either of the public sUbks in Talla't; ti- established from MARIAN Tallahassee Aug. 184!.
LAUNCH OF THE CO CREI.;; ; The New U sale, low by log 14
A battle took Counci! NA fta Mobile Fla.,
recently place near see,shall: be duly rewarded. Camp
1 Hampshire Gazette says, that the Frigate I ep4 8 EDWIN W. DORSEY. : bell ton, Pittman's B. 3. BERNARD'S
Bluffs between the Pattawuttamies and Sioux': MASON::; W. WILLIAMS Ferry
---- -- -- ---- Diarrhaa Summer
J I Congress was launched yesterday, (Aug. 16)) I, Indians, five Sioux, (the whole party,) were:; Sugar. Dec 26, 1840 22 Blackwater nnd Floridatown.lo PENSACOLA- Remedy for Dy6 and .
11 amidst salute thus making for Tallahassee, a connection with Coplin Coi Spasms.
I I about fifteen minutes past a BBLS. vale
1 killed. The party Pottawattamies was a. 00 private ,by RUNAWAYS.fBlHECily Pensaeola on the West, and with !Macon\ on the this Medicine
and the cheers of a large I 4 3 EDWIN DORSEY.STRA IN al .
; of thirteen sep %Y.
guns bout twenty five in number. I .... .-. Marshal ;and other Con North tecnre from interruption or irregularity. A a certain remedy, both to children and

number of citizens from the wharvesand surrounding I After this, a .party. of about thirty. PottawaU n r11I.....r. IP.. ....I H ..lnl.l. !..-.u- in.- T.ll.k a a..a i....ae on-..b. ..W..;.tl.. U h. mail stage!: lino between Mobile and Pe.ivacola adult .umerol testimonials are riven of its
hills. she is u beautiful ship of 44 1 a Sn a ; n .ts look I ;: the Western connection. The line efficacy, be aeeiiwberethe'vledicin.issold.
:, tamies went out in search of Sioux, and as YED OR STOLEN:Flora the house of] to out for a Negro Man cop'pletes may
The day was fine, and there were ', who left my plantation near Q.UIQ- pa.see over the road constructed four years sinceb Prepared by Robert Bern-jd.. Norfolk,Va.
guns. nothing had been hard of them at Council Call a YELLOW SLUT, with a white
Floridatown For sale in
i j..AIL Wednesday last. He i ia he General Government from tone 'aU.ha by
a
the There )
many persons present to see sight. brcait, arid white ring around her nerk, of the I very r
Bluffs it thought that the Pottawatta. .
I was fellow tall, thin face thick lips If the Cliittahoorhee river ; the remainder lies sep4 D.H.AMES.TO .
several ste-mboots &c. in attendance blood of half bull and half and the
.. were ; kerr answers to
1 mirS had been entirely cut oT .r captured. of Bounce. inclined! to knock kneed-had on abuck esn welt made at the ex pence of the proprietors. THE PUBLIC.
name
the old Congress was launched at 12 M.I.Thu1'day -- broad clualu Coat, a tmull bUck cloth Cap The ronnie g time from Marianne to Pcn* coai| is
Te ins cesce. The above reward will be aid her of the of
,> on deliveryat consequence publication an
15th of 1899. Pantaloons. 36 hours. The leave Marianna on Mui IN articl
August, stages
Tee vote for Go\eriior according to the R. uben 11. Bunnel'ti% House: in Jefferson Coun- and colton the signature of Querist, alledging
Con- believed be went off with a Negro be. days,Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 *. -. lia
Herald the It is man
The Newburyport )
says latest return, is for t. n -i.r Monticello.' JAC< UJ F. .ICKET. A. NU\JS bilities of the merchants orti place lotbe Union
gress is 190 feet long on the spar deck, 50 \V. AngS;?, 1841. 3 lw longing a Mr. Johnson. 13 miles Ironi! this place, the Bank of Florida, we dem in justice
Jones For
( ) 50,902 named Rippon. Billy has a sis'.er living at Gen. proprietors ntr.

feet beam,and of 1700 tons burthen. Polk, (D.) 47,525 To Arthur F. Holmes, Esq. Samuel I'arkiiiir, who works," cither al home or Tallahassee Dec. 20. 18to. [pan 2-241] to Bank our.eln.a any one to say time that, more we than never owed and that at

on his Amollia Plantation.' The Overseers upon NOTICE. 1100
TAKE NOTICE wo :are not indebted one ,
FROM FLORIDA. present nor
those will do well look fir the above cnt
estates to oul : who have served as Jurors since the
The U. S. steamer Vc fbern. Capt. Me.cuj ._ Whig majority, 3,437 I rW HAT, at the Fall Term of tho Superior Negroes who. there u no doubt are harbored by THO52 of Gen. Leigh Reid Marshal of individually, and liabihtits.that our deposits have generally

.* uititcu; can.* )csiciuaj aucrtloon IfOITI i.i. i 0euiure; parties will stand, JL Court for Jefferson County, to be held fort \Viniiiiy, Ltlly's! fcisltr: who are not only dangerous the Middle District of Florida, will receive whatis exceeded 10 our KERR

Pilatka. Senate House .e tin-Kent yea.. 1-KiiaU as the Executor of the but rugues. due them by calling :at the Marshal's office. July 5 &KIRKSET.

We derive from Capt. McNeliy the fol. Whig, 12 o lad Will! and Testament of Elizabeth' Holmes.' Should time ab"ve Nogroos not be in or about GEORGE E. DENNIS, D. M. :Subscribers:; have this day disposed of
Dem. ui-i "M-U, Ufh tlit JuJrt 3 of .aid Oourt for a Tallaharoee it is than that will 31 THE
lowing information : 13 36 mere probable they Feb. 27, 1841. stock of DRUGS MEDICINE.fce.
judgment of 'reclo5ure of a certain endeavor back to Virginia, the of
mortgage lo by
get way Notice.THE to Mr. D. H. for whom respectfully
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Cupl. Smith of the Rtcamcr. Cincinnati, executed l-y you on the 7lh day of November! Flint River and lla"kint>vilc.! A'il! the pt"ploIvwg subscriber would inform all those indebted licit continuance) of the confidence and favor
arrived at Pilatka the of the New bern'a 51 49 1E<'27, atid duly! admitted to record in the CIcrkV a
on eve : ou mime road: and in Uawkinsville: slop ihv> him either notes account, heretofore shown them.
departure from the place, reports that Capt. j The Whig majority at the Presidential Offi'.e of the Co'inty Court of Jefferson .by which runaway Lilly: and lodge him in some Jail, so t.'nl: sit, that he will receive by payment, for the orassump-same, i if RANDOLPH fc LEWIS.

Fulton election was upwards of 12,000.: Raid mortgage you convoyed to said ElizabethUolzn.s he ran be had ? and a reasonable compensation 1841.
a few days since discovered some ; made forthwith :and allow five per cent premium' July 31st,
Indians' ( him have been STEAMBOAT: ACCIDENTS. The steamboat '! eighteen' : slaves mtntioned in sad;! deed. Kill be pai'i. M. A. AIlMS 1 HAD. on bills of the Uuijn Bank Florida or Southern Al persons having demands against the firm,
supposed by to 30 or for the purpose of nccuring the payment of the Aug.: 21;. 5-3w Life Insurance and Trust **".... .'.- ,_ ,... 'nt.d. a' rouesld to call on If,
Compan- 1
40 In number) on a small Island near Spring :Miikouri i one of the largest and finest on the siim' of six thousand! ihteo hundred dollars/ by yon -- -- -- .
i NOTICE.SIX 10th of April next: all his claims 111 f. .\ : e.
Gardens east of the St. Johns, and endeav. ,, Western waters, took fire on the 12th August I to the said Elizabeth Holmes, on or before the 1st for collection in the hands fan a 1" j.Hi. :' '

ored to cross over, but was delayed in pro at St. Louis and was totally dcstro'ed.I I.i day of January 1830. ISAAC Your!E., IJnL fE' I wechs elJf! after the Couaty dale I Court shall!! apply uf J.lfrtrlollcuun.to tbe lion will be authorised to receive said( bills t.,: ; -- .;. p-. -._1'.-,- h.fi.-- :

curing boats. When he reached"the Island j The Steamer Detroit, near St. Louis, run Tallahassee,Florida, August 24th, 1341. ty for letters of Adiuiui.lraliou on the estate of rates,until! the return day. I r-1lw I :'_:;hr .svmn; I ;: fr<; 1r i!.

the Indians had disappeared, but left behind j into the Marmion, on the llth inst. doing con. I II I Sej, 4 3 cow2m John B. CollinsLie of said county decea.ed. 1841-tf ALEX. FORM) '> I I J.,' : :..H J JJr: ;, 11 er... stoc.1r' ,. .t
March 26.
them about 30 or 40 bushels of com and a few siderable damage and scalding three men very JOHN A. CUTHBERT. I -- __ !t r i '!: :;[,. 'pC' 'fpilya. .tJl
., I Public Aug. 28. 5-6wNOTICE. LOST. I I'I cottinuav ':. oi thC i"atrnig i.ereto/cr ..
_
bushelsofpcas. The Indians : Notice.
had
it is badly.
sup. I Mercury. Wednesday last, between !li,, pUre ai.d I I > J"ti c the,;..
'j" posed, lived there unmolested for n considerable jIoreLyncliliig. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by I'I On Parkhills a Pocket r'". Sole j!,I .air i-i;' wfl!! bo made at rat"
I BoIi \l : \ .
criber
period. The New Orleans papers give an account the work, until the :30th Sept. inst. for S IX wed after date: I shall apply to the lion I I given by Jesse HolJoman! for $ n 'I>ic : : -10! i b Irk c< r '.- 4kn 31t,; .t ? glue r
of !j following to be done on the Light House Judge of the County Court of Leon County i on tho first of November, 1&40, date ii. -scoiie i ; n., tAtE. >
(Correspondence the Savannah a frightful perpetrated on the Mis. i ill the Harbor of St. ..
of Georgian.) outrage Marks and the .
| keeper resi- '
..
.
: for letters of adinini lralion of Dau- '
on tbe estate ted one by James Spear for S30c.ii !' .* ">te i ju'rSi. .3 .
i L.L
._ _
I ST. AUGUSTIMC, > ;. sissippi river, by citizens of both sides, on a j! dence, necessary to protect those buildings from itl Read, deceased late a soldier in Capt. A. Rob- on 25th Novembr, 1840, date not jiM" t"-:'., si' j,' : : _- SI .
; horde of gambles horse stealers &c. who the washing of the tide, and to put the buildings of Florida re 'O iU'r,
; August 23, 1841. I crU Company Brigae.! payable to Burney. Also three :eu.1'( ,
Dear I had established themselves about 40 miles be. I in a thorough !state of repair. C. C. HALL. I I I Dr. E. R. Gib on fo three Notes < : L JDI"1| :TrU! .',.- urst ot" J-..r i-xt, !S .
.., Sir : Lt. Anderson from fort 1. A hundred and I al/'n- ; '
Breakwater two
King, 2 :C'RV
twenty. u. t
Aug. 1C41.KjI'T I I II i Shae of f 50 each. All 'J.T- -1 1gainst : lWELL&OlitEka
j: low Helena. 27 of these wretches<< were ta. t _ persons "
,
tame even feet to be built of solid :
upon an Indian Camp on or near Lake I long, stone masonry, I II trading for any of the above N ,"*. : I.'.. : 'f! T'TCIQt hf.IY zaJ 'vnt
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ken, tried by Lynch Law, bound and thrown laid in lime mortar, to be sunk four feel below time I NOTICE.L I lU9 ,t : u* D .;,. <
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George and r
captured six squaws and three t I i will be renewed and be of no use to t .. .>a : \ ('er
( Carriages, lor cub Cbariulee, (I .
surface less cheap ;
: into the rier. more or as the superinlendant ,i nr.. L"t
children. may The finder will confer favor I "tt i*
a by
He came upon the camp at night, think ; to be raised inches I Baroucbev, with 'harness complete, got up insupcrorbtyloand j! ". : ', XN
above .
wider I The steamboat Swan, engaged in towing necessary, eighteen at this Office. '1 ibf 'ln / "' .3 tI\' ;: 4: ';
the
guidance of an Indian, previously the surface *r mound or rise on which the building i fur sale by David fr.. ., C't5. I
vessels from the lakes New Orleans burst I.' .
captured, who brought his detachment i in | to stands; the rear of the will to be ttf shells, and II. BONDJune26,11t41tf I Tallahassee Aug. 21st -.. '. 0 ..QI.... .we t"1 c". : .

;4.' such position as to enable the warriors to I her boilers on the 17th near the city, killed grouted with lime and sand, to as to make it of a 48 -- --,1841 j\yt.! : :
five and scalded others. Xobody solid hAMILTON SHEKIFF SALE.
persons, consistency. For Sole.fjMWO I; "
"cape leaving the and children. I
:L .. women. _. t was to blame as usual.' 2d. The exterior of the Light House to be re- in the north ILL be sold the Court To Bridge Builders.
hoosell situaled H
1 use
----- -- ----- new dwelling dory
ADOUI zu bfor
Indians, (an of Cosa -- -- -.-- i paired in the following manner. The joints to be I N the 14th of I '
i will let
Tustenug-I JL addition of the city uf Tallahassee: marked in the town Jasper, Hamititon August next, to the
county ()
.
r fl* band it is said) have gone AWFCL CALAMITY AT'SYRACUSE' V. cut out one-half inch deep and the whole to be ou the plat No.174. j"I on i lowest bidder, a the sight selected, the contract

WL) Worth is s.iid to be very sanguine, and I We learn from Mr. Sloat, says the New roughcast, with the best cement made of North- The houses are perfectly new, with out houses, 'I theFourth Saturday in next, for building a Bridge fo the .of my pi.

.* the people are much encouraged at the resultof l Yurk Sun formely a resident of this city the ., era Lime and diamond sand, to be procured above garden spot wilh an excellent well of water. For ': between the usual houres of Settmb tatioo, across the Ocklockpey river at a -
west half
of
tide water; the *U no paveraerjl! on the top of the i I lected near Friday's Fish Landing a short
his I afflicting
operations so far, and the following particulars of one of the most I further paiticulari enquire at this office. N of d
express hope Light Houke to be repaired, and climped!' with ,Ithe F.quarter section 7 Township 1, Range lance below Steward1. The
w will not relax the vigor of his measures. occurrences it has ever. bee our lot to iron and lead; the frame of the lantern to be repaired -i -June 26, Iti41.-lm 48 14, N. & E. levied uson as the property of Mathew completed by the first Brie day next. t

The 'II record. the of the dome to b. liken .B' and I For SaleTbr K nu i, Mic kler, satisfy an execution issued from the b T .
summer campaign, though attended, . ; copper < ( : I t Bridge to b built! out of the very bt heart pie
.
A a S y I I 1 County Court of Hamilton
Bond
with inconvenience and fatigue, sickness At aoout iu ciocK on rriday nignt, a lire replaced if found to be necessary on mure minute A HANDSOME TWO-STOKY I j I County on a given tiinbei; covering to be 2 inches .

Ma some death to the troops, has been bene. I broke out in a carpenter's shop on the west inspection, and lithe substitution of new copper is a FRAME STOKE eligibly situaaied the by illegitimate the said Mather child of Mickler Elenor for Mickler.the support the of The cDtractor will b required Lliu.n'1aed good .
deemed the old be
not to resal-
aid for the
ficia1. necessary copper / fur bukiness near the centre of security, performance of the contracts-
The Florida has blood si e of the Oswego Canal, at a distance I M. Mickler, the '
war cost being reputed f. her of the said
dered in every joint se as to prevent it from leak. Rail Road Street Port Leon. A liberal Other particulars made knowa the above day.
and treasure, but we can say with the Chin. perhaps 100 yards from junction with the ing.3d. ', credit will be given on good security. We I I I II! illegulimalc child. This being the second yearly July 27. 1841. ROBT.O -
tae *hen Erie Canal. The keepers house te be rerhingled tho payment due on the said bond there having b.en
their .great wall was being built, i i on I'I invite the attention of those wishing a favorable ::
aich north side, and the plastering to be repaired. :: one payment made on the same. THE ADELPIII
:Vas accompanied with much loss I of From the combustible nature of the ma land business
HOTEL
life All of the above work: to be completed within' M'NAUGHT &. Property pointed out by Daniel Bell security, on
ORMOND.
"it the terials the fire extended and attract. j! .
was sacrifice of one generation for rapidly. I I the said bond. JOHN G. SMITH. -
three months from the taking of the contr.cFor \.- .
7 1840 15lf
Port Leon, NOT ,
the benefit of prosperity." ed as well a large concourse of citizens and further particulars, apply to Col. D. F. Wilson gberiff( Hamilton Co. THE Subscriber gives notice to the

strangers, as the members of the fire depart. Tallahassee. tb:e1'ILAYEIJ. :: Ironi the .u cral.er on the 12th JOUN WIIKLXT LOWE Guardianfor a friends and patrxaa of this lonr-eeU-

From the! Charleston Courier.WASHINGTON meat, who were promptly on the spot and It is e/pectcd. that none other than competent April a two year old mare colt, a bright sorrt said illegitimate child. :; bushed been HOTEL, that tbe baildiaga

.4 with their usual and mechanics will hand in proposal, as it will be required -i with a blazed face. Any person returning the said Aur. !I, 5w4 have recently FITED- I
alacrity daring'to
25. proceeded A SUPERIOR
August Horse orgiving information,will be STYL le Dumeru
that the work shall be executed throughoutevery & satisfactory re r Jy.
The Fiscal C.rporation Bill from the extinguish it. A barrel of gunpowder branch of it, in the most faithful manner, war.led. JOHN W. ADAMS. JUST received on consignment, and for sal f ing been complete order, .

House, was yesterday read twice in the ,,which unknown to any, unless it were to the !: and of the best material.. and unless so executed, __May 1, 1811. 40 50 sale- that the House has been reopened (o the accommodation

Senate and Mr. Tappan moved its indefinite proprietor, had been recently stored upon the it will not be received. Bond, with sufficient security One Hundred Dollars Reward 25 barel. common Whiskey Gin; ; ELLERS of, and REGULAR that every BOARDERS attention will& TRAV paid

Postpone.t. There 'was but a thin attend. premises, ignited and exploded with terrible will be required for the duo execution of be given for the boy LEWIS who 10 qr. Holland Gin ; to their comfort and convenience. The Adelphihaa b

dance of Senators at the time, but the motionu effect. j the contract. WILL frttu the Subscriber in Aug., 10 1.2 pp. Cogniac Brandy, Asaeignette a umber'o Rooms.
Sealed for the above work be pa B J u
'- *>*. Mr. Berrien in relation Not less than thirty were instantly : proposals may 1840. He !i. about 18 year old. slim built, and U brand; Par ca ,
spoke persons ; left with M. Scott Jr., at Port Leon before the in of the Miccasukie. 25 barrels Water Crackers ; In .uece
to the supposed to be the neighborhood ia manner.
the necessity of providing some means for killed, and from forty to fifty wounded, manyof day above rpeciGvd. R. W. ALSTON The above reward will be given for his 300 sucks salt. E. W. DORSEYAug. The m.t Subscriber will take every step to r
necessary
f regulation of the custody of the public them BO badly ng to leave DO hope for their sep 4 3 Collector ef St. Marks. delivery to me, about three miles south west of 20.1841. have his table always plentifully supplied with the

The bill took the usual course.- recovery. The extent of tbe calamity is by Tallahassee or to A. E. Hxaais. BEST PROVISIONS can be procuredin .
ta
After the passage of the Land Bill, it will un. no means yet known, as some persons were DRS. J. S. ROBINSON, & J. H. POPE, HAMILTON HUDSON. $40 Reward. very the country. His Bar b furnished.with

floutaedly be taken up. Rumor that it knowu t. have been thrown into the Canal June 19. 1941. | RUN A WAY from the subscriber on the 4th day the most choice WINES and LIQUOR.and
says
iUnot I as.nciatedtbomselve. in the prac. last a bright Molatio Boy by the name will be attended with an active
pass the Senate unless it be well as. and numbers were missing. When the cars HAVING Medicine, offer their professional NOTICE. of Military, about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches bifh sligfit .De oblign Bkep. ;

eert&iood that th.President will -pprove it.- left Syracuse on Saturday morning, at eight services to the people of Tallahassee and adjacent persons having demands against the ea- built sod of go address and pleasing manners; charges will b I moderate .the tine* .

J- The effect of another veto,His conjectured, i o'clock, the citizens were engaged in letting country. ALL of Tbotnaa B. Clarke deceased are here. about thirty years old or therabt will admit or

:) *ul 1 U advene to the union and strength of I the water out of the Oswego Canal in orderto U"::: Their office is at their Oral Store, *y required to present the tame to the subscriber The above reward .i b paid !.currency Wit the**assurance of his disposition to.

J tbeparty,'m. weU u the Dtereaof thecoun. the bodies of those who had been Tallahassee, Ang. t8. 184!. 5tf fur settlement within the time prescribed by law.- of t country to any person who will deliver the the in 'his 'line. o business, he rwf etfiiOr

...I try Some doubts recover NOTICE. And all perioDs indebted to said estate, are requested -. boy to the subscriber o safely lodge him in I solicits a ahare cube patronage of tbe o friend*

., are now expressed by the thrown into it. to make immediate... payment. any Jai I the 1rrtl. M. SWAIM of b Establishment the ooontsyps.r.fty! .
whether the President will sign any A rail road car was despatched to Auburn DURING my absence from Tallahassee, my MARY ANN CLARKE I ab. .SI.18 -tf JAMES W. SHERWOOD, Aral for
butt this JAMES SCOTT, U authorised to act as Exetr'x of T B Clarke dee'd. S.
8e8I on. Baring lost for the "
., once their for medical aid, as at was impossible will also be SARBaV ;
and who
eoofidence my lawful attorney, preparedto Tanab.. Aal.tS. -8wSTOEAGE 1 NOTICE. 3
,they are perhaps now too distrust- the .ZIahLase Alul 18
at oran neighborhoodto .
fiaL physicians Syracuse receive any orders in our line'pf bu.ine-l andis -- my abne from Flor.Hathias -
attend to all the suffers. Tally competent to execute all kinds) of AND COMMISSION' I DURING&d L.B Haur. ae my Jnst, .

The land bill was read a third time, and Fire persons were found dead i in Van PLASTERINGin BUSINESS I agents to settle o Swam and Madden 3 00-JIe r;wflk

the question being eo i iu passage, Mr. Cal. Hoesens blacksmith shop, in addition to the the neatest and most workmanlike style, with AT PORT LEON. and P. H. SWAIM 4 Co. :, 0,0 tG I
.
PETER H. BWAIM.St.
.
spoke at great length, and with uuusaalragnmst ) above whom it was impossible to recognize. premptnea. end despatch. ANDREW SCOTT. UDD continue*to carry on the Mark. ?. May St. 1l.Yap. .'

1&y the measure. It is said to be From seven to ten more whites were blown 56wLAuperIoT DANIEL inCIII ia all ill branches. From 1814 .ld'a1 Pip

'Mr.beat tpf ch be has made this .. OQ.- entirely to pieces, and their remains can oly'. Au2S. long elj'Crienee'ocl: a general acquaintance .with lOTICE. l EDWARD agent for the A.Territory HEIR it ltp 4-

Archer commenced an argument in ra. be collected! in fragments. Three or four Yoke. of Oxen, young and the came aoliciu a bare of patronage. JOHN DAVENPORT.0 I ; ,. P.A.HATWAR), ,

ply, which b, wiD ontinud today. blacks, names unknown, were also, among the 6L WL.in good 1* order.20'for. 'le J.by D. GALBRAITH Port Leon,ADC;, 8,1841, nod!1"1. 4tf Ag.l4.. I 5 ..' {.

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-- LEGAL. NOTICES_ 4NOTICE. !I LO C: n l TFI."i ;t. Court.' .JPROFEUO1LL1OTiCEL- _I : !, I ( tflbI J Llte"" medicines* THERAL AS. are.0* I

Peter n. publUnera' of tn.*blob hare recently: : rnedIciriri Irid.bt d for their name and WESTERN SORTIIENT O Q 'P&
I b.-At: Mat.thias -S ; THE to. the .or the THEsE 'R.ODUC c za

SIX weeks after data .. the aubsoribcrs thall Swaun, } AUauLfo.$17.st.u1..Dlticl THE aubcf1r'NOTCE.hnformd a co-partaershlp motie which countr"attempt bl.e Federal to toe manifest and sensible action of pun.lying 76 50cub'H&JII..h01l"ra easka '.uIf 4 .1' '

to the Honorable the Judge of the I "'. ": I ruuod'.u1,1 tb.I61. will practice party to prostrate their establishment; by the __e springs and channels of life and enduing 75 bba. .&Jesa Pork.

CountjCourt of Leon Ceonty fo letter of Ad. Richard H. Mount the Superior and County Courts of the middle district 1a.le.abrogation a their'contract..Printers to them with renewed tone and vigor. In many hun 200 sacks upeniorflourJust anjed.,
ministration on the estate Almas Ali. deceued. I Same ) Ia came ,-andy in' tim Court of.: A Letters on They showed that there were alreadysix 'which .corD
0 eDate been mad
CurL ppa. dred certified case havo public BACON
BLOOD. bnsrnew should directed J. Heir Mon. newrpsp3is-to which seventh is '
C I \ b to Fedeal 1 '
HALL.Tallahassee. I. Attclmut and in almoVl! .of disease to which. LARD S
I. } 16th, f. ticftllo, or J. McnL'TalabaSee or to McCants about to'be added-published at Washington evry species
July, 1841. hlue and Heir at place devoted to thedjsseminationof Federal principles tho humaa frame is liable, the happy effect ofMOfPAT'S FLOU& ,
In ,
Court. WHISKEY '
same S
: lame J. MoCA TS. and the of Federal measure to BITTERS
I otfce..SIX deCen'c LIFE PILLS and PHOENIX -
M. l for TOBACCO
1 Attcbment $3. '
Same.Same. THOS.J. HEIR. make thii'overwheiroing Federal pr.a.aL have been and pnblicly acknowl.
'MONTHS'.nr dal; I shall apply t the 3 : July J6lh, ." H the of Government, tell with.the gratefully SUGAR .

Lon Court, for a dischargefrom In came Court. \ 3 feet throughout sea the 'Union, the character of the edged by the persons benefittec, and who were I COFFEE&.& .

the Peter I Peterson deceased. I I. l Attachment for $47 58. Law Notice Globe was bo tarnUbad,its means impoverished, previously unacquainted wi h the bentiiulljr philosophical Which, they offer on reasonable
A. GREEN, Ad0in tator. Same. Issued July I6t'J. 1841.Same THE Law Partnership heretofore existing be t I. A. terms
1 t and its political influence destroyed, by a sweeping principles opon which they consequently POUNCE
'Auvt5th1841. 3 Wm. P. ff 'i'hos. H. Duval, this 2 doors ILea
60 welt ofU .
In Court. : Post
) same of or the Office
denunciation infamy on Iho part T'n
Feders vet. ,
Notice ). Attachment for $17 48. day ben dissolved by mutual con.nt1| the pri1n 38 .
leaders in Senate
I I -by throwing
H. Duval and t1o
F. Allen will themselvesin
Benjamin The LIFE MEDICINES recommend
WEEKS 'after date I shall the Saro. ) Issued July ICih, 1841. I in
S apply to hereafter practice law in under the weight of an expenditure of $40,000 prepara. CA1J* OST _
Hon. Jorge of the Cour of defendant and all others interested partnership the bands diseases of every form and deseription. Their HEREBY
County : Lon THE are fiim of Duval k Allen. wil attend the Superior tion lo do the Congressional work on o I fervarn any .
County. for Letters of Administration on Es n-tified of the institution of the above Court Middle and They Apaladiicola Districts I its publishers (the printers whoso contract was first operation is to loosen from the coat of the for the two notes set forth ieuo in tb'r fI,

tate of Almua AH, late of said County deceased. suits, in Justice Whiting's Court by attachment, Florida, and also the Court f.ppealsat Tal-1 violated.) and by having this whole work of def stomach and bowels! the various impurities and receipt, as I am determined not to pa 'tiT **!

RICHARD A. SHINE. and are required to appear a taid Court, to be lahasaee. mation and ruin accomplished by the judgment of crudities constantly settling around them ; and to am also determined lo protect lbe n.t J "tHM

Tallahassee Aug. 4. 1841. held at Su Mak.in tie County of Leon en the The office ef the former is at St. Joseph that of, the Senate of the Union togivo it the sanction of remove the hardened feces which collect! in the Ins compelled by law. GrSeIIr1a.!

last next, at ten o'clock A. the latter the highest tribunal known to our countrry. The
Notice.SIX al Tallahassee side
the of ihs
on weal .>.
,
the F.
convolutions of the smallest intestines
weeks after' due 1 shall apply to the Judge M. and defend' *lid uils. Capitol Square, in the office occupied by Judge II work was done by a caucus packed majority of March 20, 184J. DtJV.U.
.j tbe county Court,( Leon county for letters PETER 11. SNVAIM by his Agenl Allen. I Federalists and tho Editor of the Globo are left, medicine* only' partially cleanse these, and leave

of Administration on the citato of John F. Brown Malthiab Swaim Plaintif. References. to sustain their establishment by the patronage such collected masses behind as (o produce habitual Copy of receipt from J. D.

late of said county deceased. St. Mark*, rjorida., July 16th. 1841. Tidlahatut.. K. Thoi. Brown Wui. P. I i they may receive from political friends fur tho papers costivenesewith all its train of evils or sudden Brother D totea J ..

ROBERT HEIR. Ciadsdeu County Court. Duvll, It. C. Allen, !Cal.atnes K. Broome Co. Kerr : they publish. Wo will not ask or receive the diarrhea, with its imminent danger This fact is neceived of A. F. DUYaI .
Tallahaasee. Aug.11. 1841. Allen M'Konzie \ 1 sort of lumping contributions by which the banksaiid payment fort
ald Kirksey, James Ganib'c.' prOmissory notes 'O for "
1 1I [ Federal politicians sustain their well known to all regular anatomists who examine We hold againsi him
pre""lI.Ve
No'ticc.SIX H. G. endorsed dated
Brockenlrough u follows Ilielht
,
Jacob D. .palacaolm. I will abandon the publcation; of the Globe. if il the human bowels after death; and hence the pre to wit One
after daie Filer 4- July Term, ot' dated
week 1 bhall apply to tho Hon. Jelull IB.J Floyd. I of rOY. 1838.( ; tII.m .
$668
of the Jones late under Allah m't cannot bo supported by the regular subscriptionprice judice of those well-informed men against quack PaysbIEz
Court of Leon ,
County County copartners SZ.Joseph.-Wrii. R. Dalfin! Peter W. Gaulier, ) date payable to and month,
for 'letters of Administration on the estate of Den the name and style of Damages, t)9'J,00) Junior of the paper. If'such of our Democratic medicines, or medicines prepared and heralded to West and ono note dated endorj by Rohgt K.

nis. Sbea, lain of said county, deceased.JOSEPH J. D. Filler &. Co.defendant. jIIIE June 1. 1311. 45 I friends whose circumstances do nol justify a subscription the world.by ignorant persons. TIme second effect for 3668 70, payoble eight] ht of N .1838,

DOWL1NG. and al other interested aie LAW NOTICE.rH : I to the the daily or semi-weekly issued paper will of ihe Life Medicines i. to cleanse the kidneys and able to, and endorsed by j monthfrem Tfi. date, pa,_
patronize cheaper publications by us- Bull,
July' 18, 1941. hereby notified of above attachment Alex.I !, both notes
by signed by
_ --'- and tli IlI': Union Bank nor a. having transfer the 'Extra Globe-Ihe Congressional Globe, and bladder, and, by this means, the liver and lungs, Formy Duval, we hereby
are 01
to
"Notice. required appear II.d pit ad to the to transmit to him promleble.
declaration ) red itw Lnirilfl gentlemen of the the Appendix-we shall enabled to maintain, the healthful action of which depends said t"o note, .,
entirely
in said b upon lOOn U
law. 1.
after dale shall the according to I POllil
we apply to Judo fed Chf
.e.k we can now be to defend those who' heretofore of ters
SIX ernpUyid. an our eorp.s Congressional Repo the of the The
Court 'tor Loon for leileis I. FERGUSON. P Q. regu'arily urinary organs. J. D.
,
County County have or the in all the cost of $ 1,000 and to draw" to DISSOWAY &
leel may hy annum. BROTHERS
ofadnuni"traton"n the estate of Benjamin C Quiiicy Juno 12, 1841. 3m46GadMon LrIU.t \ank. cut a per blood which takes ils red color from the agency of TahiahasseeFeb.12 1840
where the criminal mmmons or writ i. tna'lo rclurnablc our aid come of lit ablest pens in our country. march .Ii4
Doan, late of said County, deceased. County C iu.c-- to the April or May terms of the approaching We ttiiitt, under thee and at sLime the liver and the lungs befoe it passes into the l NOTICED -,

July 10 18H-50 LEVI CARLETON. Gcorgo W. Brulon, )) c'lurl in Fbrlda. when the greatest rrcuII'fnCes.country and its heart being thus urified by hem and nourished Subscribers offer for

_ JAMES" -FISHER."NOTICE" -- .. Jacob D. 1'Vler\ I t July T'rl. 1 1841. WM. 1'. 4. TIIOS. II. DUVAL, I ful-ire destiny are put at stake upon the events by food coming from a clean stomach courses THE low for CASH- sale the follow!,,, *r
: and (I Attachment for 8312,50 at Law. with) which the first of the Admiuis ,
Attorneys present Cognac
year the Brandy half
freely through veins of the
Jrhti Jones. renews cvary part pipes and
Q WEEKS: after dale the undem-rned will J Damaged$juO 00 April 3. 1841. tratioT ia pregnant, thai no individual who the Holland Gin in bbla. qr.ca.j So
of the Court for dcfedanl others inierenled are ___ ___ & system and triumphantly mounts the banner of .
to the 81 hereby
apply Juuge Comity THE cauce of Democracy al heart, will hesitate ta meet Whiskey in do
J. & L. 0,11. nUACU:
1..on Courlfor, of Administration on the notifcd of commencement of the above he will health in the blooming cheek.
when the lime
l.cltt /.VE associated themselves in the practice liis! appeal, at same (1..1 assured Lard,in kegs
K;state of Leigh I lcad: ::1ee..ed. late of sid Coun. suit and by plead attachment to the declaration, and arc in reqehtd said to filod a! appear I [ of the Law. Ono of them will always be that this trifling lax for his own advantage, Moffal's Vegetable Life Medicines have been Floor, Molasses
ty. RICHARD(: II. BRADFORD. case ac- will sustain in at the long- tested
cording law. found at their office. triumph Washington thoroughly and pronounced a sovereign Corn, Hay
July 10th, 1841. 51 tried and faithful press of hi-party. for Manhaden and Cod Fish
;
remedy Dyspepsia in
FERGUSON r.Q. Joseph Irllrh.I.alrclce Flatulcncy, Palpitation of bbls
NOllCE.SIX I J. ( Uraiifli.Feb. : THE EXTR GLOBE will be Published weekly Boxes Pickles in
Quinry June 12 1841. 3. 4. the heart Los, \ppclitolIeartbuJo and Head quart jars
months after dale t undei, ineJ will 13, 1S.11. for >ix months commencing on Wednesday, the 300 bbls. Lime.
ap ___ _
Le o CouTi .-- "usTticc'sTCoiir-i i 19lhof and ;the 19th! Novembernext ache Reollessncss, Ill-lempcr, Anxiety, Languor
J
to tl.< Hon. Judge of Leon County Court lyrf : Jj- o.h'c.IJIACIY May, ending on McN AUGHT &
for tellers of Dinn-.teion! a Administrator of th. Moses Marks Di lricl.r : R. GIATT.and I E. C. CA- making tw n'yix numbers;the last of which d I Mlac.'io' y ostivenetl. Diarrhea Cholera, Port Leon. March 20th 1840. ORMOjy.
*. \ Attachment for $JI C8. I will contain index. number, will contain Fevers of all Rheumatism Gout -
estate of Robert Ccpeland deceased, in light ol having formed an nisocialion to practice an Earh kinds. Dropsies TbIIITPtI1JJ-
... _,. ,. __
: : r. : u. Richard H. B'ouul. \ I sixteen royal will contain principally
U15 "1 clLuvLfl ulu"r..G. law under tho firm of GnTTA.V &. CABELL, quarto pagvx. I of all kind, Gravel Worms, Asthma and Consumption H E subscriber respectfully bfornu

\ PONDER, Adm'r. THE defendant and al others ir.tlrrtcd. arc I will attend the} Courts of the Middle and Apala- political matter. The political: aspect and Scurvey Ulcers. Inveterate S'uelf. Scorbutic -LI of Tallahassee, and more tbe cilian.
March 20,184 34 notified of I in"litutiol of i the above chi<-ola District of Florida.l bearing cf Ihe measures LcfJr,, Congress during the zen of the generally!! the eiti-
II surrounding counties
and Bad of
Gailsclcn' County Court. suits by attachment! in JItice'hitins': Court, (Juice under Union Bwk.rc. : special i yefc'ion will be j fully develupC'l, an.J when Eruptions Complexions, Eruplive.COIDl'lcaintl .. of Florida also of the adjacent the T"Goo-
tlc cointies
and notified '! the convoluted of much interest to ( ea.low.! cloudy and oher disagreeable! of
Jesse B. Innis, 1 1vs arc to apji ar at St.1ark!, on tht 29'-31 I proceedings aro gia. that he has rstablised Limselfin
I last Saturday in October rcxl. alien o'clock A. M. ." iIiLEI', -- th public, they will be given at length. Complexion, Salt Ilheuni, Erysipilas, Common DRUG AND CHEMICAL the

Jacob 1) Filler & JtU i July IVrni, 1841. and defend the seme in said Jour I, then! and thereto CIAILiis': SELLot AT LAW, I The Congressional Globe ant Appendix wi begin Colds and Influenza, anal the various other coni- in the city of Tallahassee, at No.3 BUSINESS' *

Jones copartner, ulilg t Atarh't fur $R7 32 bo held. MOSIS OLARK, l'jaintif FFERS his Professional services in !the c o c I with the ixtra kCbsioii (0"6ICI. commence pldinin which afflict the human fral IC. In Fever (one door from the Post Office. Berrv' Row'
.' St. Marks, Florida, July 1 G.1 name firm and J. DainagenD.Fiblcr&Cs. tion of &e., in Middle He tlc3bl & The
J JTI1IE .U. de.tl' Florda. be toistinueJ during t.e J-CHMOII., The Congressional .Ague particularly, the Life Medicines have been quality of his stock of Medicines 4-e. h, j
attend !
in Middip:
wi al the Hi-tric. Globe will give an of the OJ )St eminently! I'ucrf'soful-so mucl- so that, in j can safely and confidently recommend the
;'OTICI \ii i
that
"J- hereby {riven an npp'icl lion in impartial history DIe
defendant and all! others interested arc ;[L55j- ( in the Court: of the Public from his
.1 1. of lC\ Jouc.Tol both Houses of and the the Fever & Ague districts almosi [f ; knowledge and i lung
favor Reid, be madn pn ceedings .1 Congress; physicians uni- uiperience :
notified of the commcncinent of the 11rl. lIrtha)1 wil Iha..lf. 1 1 1. in the business with
__ I Ills
rcly II.h.
to the Judge "' Court St. Joliti'sCounty AiP'iidixvi.l' contain all the pceclus: 03 b th veit-ally prc"fnbthcm.. | fxteDsive ic-
nbovcsuit by atachment. and are requested to ai- ; j:. (!.fu ( : 'U:1\lolnCtI with the most
sidesof respectable Northern
at I full written
for fJi"'lo- \UAI4' length, as an.j
and to tilediii raid C.IUsl' I Leter/ Administration on the L>-I ilpurtnlluljfltl. Al: thai Mr. Mofiat' requires of his is !
plead patients i European Houf hia selections
pear 1 late of Robert 1 oft-aid 4 ; ::?g'llallssl out. or revl d. by the members theniMlvp.s.They can be relied! on.
utcording to law. I. FERGUSON. Jr. P. Q.Quiueyiune 1 Raymond tdlatt County, Q1ND 4 14W' to bo particular taking the Life Medicines strict Genuine
dcc -asi-d. Si July 17th, 1841. I : will be printed nn fast as the business of lhj.wo I
12.1641., 3\46 I Houses 1'uruin.i"! for number. according to the din'CMonx.: It is uot Drugs. Chemical Patent Medicines, Surgical IntnltJlut6.
Tie Jit. Aupiiklinc Herald! plt-ai-e eoj IYAhflhIiStIatOI's&a1e. I .7"ILL Co irU. of thc Middle! j matter a It is by a newspaper -
Leon COln.y Fin.--JTusticc's Court. ---- ----- '% DiMrictof Florida.! Olficc in the rooiri ccrlai.i. ; that e will .publish: inure r:U OL'rl of each notice nor by any thing that 'he himselt may and exteruive Painlt Oils, G/OM/

St. Marks District. der the Union n.wk.Jan.31.rQ.U. Ut-I I thatthld1 be weeks in the scxnon. They will i say in their fa vor.that hr hopes togain; credit. It an assortment of french It English
'7ILL. be bold. on the 15th September nexl the same f ll.e Extra GoLc: PERFUMERY
Joel Ee ey. J. ) : 27tfV. iiUt.d il nn a ill alone by the results of a fair trial.r.IUotrat's ,
for V Y by order of the Judge of the Court a index! to each. Nothing but the kewise
v* >Attach men $50. County : -- ---- -- ant copious numerous FANCY ARTICLES ; aol
James M.Harris ) l Iiuued July 28, IU41.rKlHE I of Let1 County, Lot No. H03, in the North Add i KUTLEK. proici'd.ngB and speeches of Congress will be ad- medical manual-designed asa which he will dispose of, to town and
ATTORNEY
defendant and all persons interfiled will ion of tl'e City of T.llahncc. l.olongmg' to the Pcnsacolu: AM ';'(LELLO:: AT LiV uiilied into l.'ic! Congressional Globe or Appen.Jx.Thebe domestic guide to health. This lit tie pamphlet! friends and.dealera. on the most liberal term country at

JL take notice of the commencement of tl.p l Etlatc! Grenvilio heplttJ. dcceassd. Florida, works beiuJ printtd in a luitable edited by W. B. Moffat, 375 Broadway, N. York Wholesale and retail !U 1 '

above suit by. attachment thit diy ifued horn J lS. ELIZ.\HETI CLEAVELAND; 4',7 I ILL Iractlct in the .Superior and County I bind'dg, with .iridexes, will form a valuable, h IK been published for the purpose of explaining He has also endeavored to meet the public tute
July 31 : ,". >ia and Walton Ccuntic i.
.( indeed a to *the of
tice WhitinflV Court. and are notified In appear at 181. Adlioi.trtrx'i I also in the necessary appendage library more fully Mr. 't1"tf.1t'lIthclJry diseases, and will by establishing a
Court at Tallahascee.Sep : .
raid court at Si. Mark, in the county of Leon, on XOTICE. 5. 1S40 ofIptal" I the t-latct-man and politician giving as they do, at he found highly int -resting to persons seeing! Soda Water Fountain! !

the first Saturday in November next at 10 o'clockA. -- an exliemcly rl.t'rau pri< e, a complete epitome on a new and highly improved principle, whicb
WEEKS[ after date I shall i> ; ol'liiu political and of the health. It treats upon prevalent diseases and the makes and
M. and defend said suit. SIX npply lo tO "'Ifl'cIICJ' legislative history perioj.Subscriptions !. renders the Medical quality of the Water -
JOEL DEWEY, Pla'J Oil. J Judge of the County ofLcnn.for l.elePI ATTORNEY AS : T LA \vMonlicello for the Extra Globe should be causes thereof. Price 23 cenU-for Bale! by Mr. i; more efficacious and agr ahle.

St. Marks July 23. 1841. om3 of Administration on thp E.tatc of Peter G *h1.... Florida. In f by the 'JClh May. and for the Concrrci-vional. \lolrat'H agents irenerally.ll r ESC1IrTAO'CS-Family Mecicioes and Plantat'.o |
__
hy.late of this County, decea"et. WILL practice law in the several Court of Globe and Appendix by thc Clh June Lcxl, to insure ;ll These vulualle .Medicines; are for sale by : : suppliescarefully pnt upand the must strict 1

Gadsdcu County Court. J.J'. : 3'indlu: District, and in the Court of all the IuI.Lot.TLIU' D. II. AMES. attention will be tallowed to the accuracy and ex- ;
William: H.IMcMiHan, ) Jti1yI
lr.H._ Appeals.Jan. Pur. ]19Cotton edition of all orders.
'v. July Term, 1811. 23.: 1-41.) For I copy of the Extra Globe, -,-- The subtcriber hopes through assiduity,and attention
Fisher & Jehu for Gadsdcu Court ''ci.iiflJ--
Jacob D. Attachment County ,
} --- ---- 6 do.
copies to business to and merit share orpublic
Jones, the name, firm 1'3G 93. Isaac ltj-j'jt-E. : HE nuUcii'jt.T. appointed \"elghf'rofCollor engage a
by I f Giddl! } JAUAIl'ElU\.1842.} A tT. II the 12 do d-i T palronage.
and style of J. D. Fisler Damages! $500. VK. > Alldllent ; C GEIO'JD.lt Li-ht HnUlf .25; dw 1 do in pursuance of an act passed at the last sos-
ROBERT L. BAKER
keeps a : : OF : ): sion of too
&Co., J JTHE John S. Martin. ) 10U 1TRT.\I Legislative Council respectfully in.
namagc4l asiumpsil'iJO.OO. MENT. and clur rfo/Zir And so 01 in proportion for :greater number. n..c.26. !2tf No.3. Berrv'Row
ei
ont vtt
defendant and all others interested are delrndant only il > moneyor forms' the public that he is prpi J'ard l to weiph Colton -
and ohers; interexled. arc two in For 1 copy of the Congressional (lube, or Appcn- .
'I'IE al .llnl.-H. 51 July 17 4 either this! ., ICiI' U4U wep'i..- W-*m = .
ob r notified of the institution of the above notified of institution of the above dix 51( cents. in citv < the A LL Persons having claims demands agiinU3L
manufactured at
name pkicc as
slated attachment and are quested to suit by af.ai'hinent, and D.1V1D 1 \\AI.KKK: 1 C of eith-r fits scales i'" the the
cane by rt appear arc .equcsl.tta appear copies $2 50 United Slates and Charlei E.'ai! 'k,deceased, or tfclato u
and plead to the declaration filed in said cause i and plead .o the declaration C:1f a. ATTOI:1VEiJTL-11I', AV. .* '' (fri d.-i : "" likewise lho.-pused! by by the the weighers' of tofnn generally in the city of ubscribers possession, will present them without

according to law. I. FERGUSON, Jr. P. Q. the law require. I FERGUSON, jr. I'. (i.Auir. \\'I.I"lractif' in the Courts.if Middle Dixlrirt tZ uo do K) (jOAnd Ni w "urk, and have: bern examined Ly te! In- delay to ROBERT RAYMOMD REID.

Quiricy._ June 1 12, 164 1, _3m4G_ ___ 7', -1841. ._ 3_ ._ __ 1 j I I" office i is the firfl room to the ri'ht so on ill prop-jilior. for greater nunibe'. "[>e<,tor of scales and weights of suid eity. and proved Guardian of Rebecca A.Black

SUI Court for Jefferson County. \v a1LiatnCj&ii, J l la Jut-tice', 'Court, Leovn. -> !( over J B. HItbltorl.1! 't'allahae.eewierr) hc may 1':} 11tlts nosy kl! be Iraiiiinittfii by mail. posttge correct. I'riip of tveiffhiziz1.! 10 renls per bale 1\trlI10; tf 31AOTICJE.

John Bellamy } Vcvunty, Ciy of Ta lljhaoBnj I i always" -. l.foUld. I paid; ,.at our n. B> Iho regulations of the Poe D. M. Shl EFFIELI) .W o igi er et otton.lih'ssie. .

... >Pctitio'i for foreclosure of mort- iiiin Tenniilc. ) .e, to May Term 1C41Ahtumpsii I *>.'. A. .JI". lCAAIOI.riJHAVING S S- I j Olicu! UClltllft, postmasters art authorised to t't. 12.9. f A LL persons arc hereby cautioned from trading
frank tor lonewopapcrss.
subscriptions
John by attachment for io: aied hiinselt '1allahi.tec. nf- { Ittcr" containing money rla.
R Taylor ) g8 c.THE bouiid in ;.0 I iii JUST ISECEIVCD, for ar.y note or notes given by Daniel Bie.tct
defendant and all others concerned, $10'!. I |trofesiinalieriires) I to thublip.. Joel S. Graves of the
arc ( as a note above descriptionis
C The notes of in time ccctiu.'i of and Walkers school DtionItlas. :
currciu
notified that I have filed in the clerksofficoof TiE deffiiduut. und all other* inttfseJ.: will I, He is lobe fou.'jd at the office of 1,. J. II. Uan- any L.nk. Olncy' Geography lost or 'has been prolonged from a letler.the
I notice "f the I country where a tuUicnbur be ,
arYl
the,court.foresail'', a petition t'<. foieclo uihlitution of the ubosesutty .1011'.11) Monroe Statl. rOlitCII rCCCI"Ct amount and dale nol known to the writer.
at Matte! Urn do doSmith's COIItOCI.3 Philosophy,
by us
attachment, and and / par. I
a given said John S. I app: answer to this .1.lr1 42 F&b.20.
mortgage by Tny'or to :
ta-r/. to law. -- ; attention will be paid to any order u do do \lrs. Lincolns Botany.
George Graves: and lu: assigns, on a tract of Jand 'gncaLI. ---'O: L: i.. iTL'v'\"it -- icrNo I Milchel's do do Elements of Mythology Dissolution ol Copal'tllenbTpT
money
GIBSUN accompanies
Ju-liccof
'lying in Jefferson county, containing nine hundred Miy 8. 1641.I. the 41 IWe. EY A'I LAW, iuP.LAI U & IU\E. \\ lletL'M do do oburnb[ Algebra UK Copartner"iiij> heretofore existing under

arid ninety four acres, 45-100, and known as theJSor'th _"ST"ATIO OiTicc in CIII.'yaU'1 Brick .. .. Main). St.. Washington City. April 20, 18-11. \\ oodbridgc &. Willard's jummeries Surveying, the name and style of Baow.f & GAURAITS.
E "r noon AXD V.i
Welt quarter of section thirty.fouj. township K V S the
l I FL.\. Geography Atlas, Latin Reader, in Tanning and CnrryingBusinoseis: ihisditvdutolved
thiee ; the west half of the North East quarter ESTABLISHMENT.Flf T.\lLAlIf81E. FOR SALE. mutual
Iee.5. Addms' and Latin Tutor by consent.
of section thirty-four, township three ; the wcM. __. ----S CI 4 mall assortment of Drugs, Medicines, &c., Geography ,
] HE subscriber ha just received a FULL ASJL : Atlas Marsh's Book keeping The business will hereafter be carried on in the
half of the South \VesL quarter of section thirty- SORTMF..ST of Hooks, Stationary, Ac-, HEADACHE. SICK OU.L'1flots.fho ; .. SL suitable fur a counliy store. Apply at thus Pikes Arithmalic, Bennett do name of JOHN D. GALBRAITH, who is authoritrd -
four lowunhip three ; the \crt half of the NorthWest of- extraurdinary reputation thot Dr. SpohnVroinedy Oilicc- settle of late
COUMbllllg fur this Daboll's doSmiley's Expeditious Measurer, to the affair the concern.
of vection 3 East hilf di'trebxinjj complaint is dygaining -- --
2 every
quarter to\u&hif ; BLANK BOOKS: do Science hf THOMAS BROWN
'louthe&t) 'ulrter. section rllhilt 3 ; the, Medium, D. mi :,.d Cap,-LeJgerti, Journals, Day ,That is certainly much a rn liter of much aeionisli.mnnt. Lost or JJhlnit Smiths doMurray's Wedgwoods Numbers. i Dec_19. 18-10 21 J. D. GALBRA1TH.W. .
should have of fur dollars
went half quarter section 34 towmihin Books 10; k-uiTeririg lxist. bolil t eltJ-two given
Invoice Books, Rcrurdit" Ilcceij: Books, A OTr Grammcr.KirkhaTts Pocket Dictionaries, I
3; the fcoulhwot quarter of Bupthwekt quarter and I B.mk B'>->ks, Note Books, Bill Bok-pnyaLle and cd for ages without any ( -covcry southeast quarter of southwei.t quarter of eclion I receivable. .Memorandum I BOlkl. A.C., & preventive or cure, i.. truly 1 subject of much I I some 1.me in January last. All persons are cat Interpreter: Care of
27, town.hip3 the n.t "alfof tho northeast quarter SCHOOL BOOKS c. regret ; but Dr. S. 10.assure the public that lioncd ttguiiibl lludmg for the said note. A Iibe:;1 I Gr" rn leafs lo MrCombes Tactics, 'WILSON, WRIGHT, & CO.
___ : I N.-A Readeis \ ason's Tariicr
York I
1,2,3Ernerfons ,
section 4 2 the northeast SUCh a reined has been invented BH wilt pnnvin..othe ; reward will he iriveii to the finder on rclurnin" ill.t tJuly
quaitcrol -
township ; Angllr.School Claseics, aeri. IWs. ] toG,SinithVArilhiiictic 43 Poydrays Street
nort'i' eat quarter of section ; the northeast and Grammar, \V I moht credulous. The, principles; uJonwliiclit;; i ; 4,1040 ._ 49 JAMES WELLS. Little Reader, Hoylvs Games. ,
I Geography
: Codordge' acts are Minplc and It is admitted 5- --- -- Porcelain Slates Slates l'\EW.OllUA
P.ipcr Banking
quarter of the southeast quarter section 4, township -: and Atlas Willard'u and Allan pl-un. an fact Large
-- : 2; the wc.l half and C.htlllf\ of ihe gorthieit.t Olnev'l Geo by and Allax Geography, Walker's Dir-uoin, that this complaint, whlthl called S.ck Headache. 'l'il AVare ?Iaiiufartorj.ribir CH.e with lock and key Port Folios with lock and -F OR Sale at R. L. BAKER'S Drug and Med
rap or Nrvoi.; 1 Headache, ari"es from t continues to Cal ry on thc abov.\ key Pink Tape, Sealing Wax, Black anrl Red diciue OfSicar
quarter of section 3, townrhip ; all in range five, ry P1afir's EJchdDJy'sAlebra, Vulpy't Greek primarily >iu rI'fE ; ; Store next done to the PUlL
north and east, sa.d tract particularly described in Grammar, Jacob'x (heck Grammar GictkHeader. stoiiiacli-thcse who think, they havo the Nervous s in all its branches, and keep" constantly Troln"parcntVafcr!; Fancy Waferc, Visiting Also Choice and latest prize Dahlia Roots.R. .

_ the deed of mortgage found in the County Court of Adam's Latin Jac'lu'J : Headache may rest aumrt.d that this organ, thehtomirh on hand a general a..ortrclt. wl.ich he offers Cards, Note Paper, Bristol Board Paint Boxes. L. BAKER.

Jefferson counly. Book Elementary Spelling Grammar.National Bor
Said having been aligned to mo at the Slate vitiated or tiebilitale.l, through the .tollCh, fICCI8., Glass Inkstands Letter Stamps, Pen Knife Hones
mortgage EDWARD GIBSON
Cypheiinir Sfc.STATIONARY H. ,
PtlC'I. Blokl. ,
fc 26 ?
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Jet term of the Superior Court to be lioldcn at : and that only through the same tlniniel: must they Sep ___ __ Iu/roc "trrlt. Pen Holders Wafer Cups 4 c. &.C., for sale by ACTITIONEB 3IKDZC11T.i .

Monlicello, on the firi.1 Monday in November next, Hudson's, Ames' and Hubbard's Lust expect a tFlurolll (at f the nuturil and healthy: STAGE LINE P. A. IIAYWAUD. OF andE.
1 ihull apply for ibrccWure thereof to Uulle'l. fun,:-tioas of tins FVKtorn. This i.bjccl. Dr. Sphon'b I IrCllldy I May 2- IS-U-t5 43 i OFFICE: next door to R. J. Hackley
- according Writing and Letter Pap*>r ; 1I\elo1c.: Drawing, i From CCllumbus('a., to Apalachicola, Fla. ', Auction Rooms.
tbe ttaluo such made and ided. il uiniricntly lo The
in case cahub.tcc
pros and olnln. Lands
Paper Folio ul for Sac.
Wrapping :
; (0 I ICI"J Irutii of this cannot be Four horse il10sL Coaches. I Tallahassee Feb. 13. 1841. _
JOHN BELLAMY, I'o.l and l'Acket Pobl Paper, and every olhtr; decrijjtion J"htiun ':oltrl'crt.d. and to previous notice, the Apala _
the, sooner with the PURSUANT
By THOMAS UAJ.TZELJ. of Blank Paper; 1lyuard. Noyc.s'' headache become Company now offer fur sale and WANTSA

Attorney & Kent's Black Inks! & eOn'inlcc of it the sooner wil their sufferings end entry the following Pine Landx in Leon County. small amount in Union or in Life and Trout
Steven's
\V3lkdeu..lee\el ; in restoration of health. .
June 26.1641 3jJ.con and Wulkderi's and Sphon pledges: hn In Town 2 South-Ranffe 1 Eat, sections 7, 16, Co. noles, for sundry small accounts thaL..If e

Court. Bue Ued Iiutl German quarts; Ink professional reputation oi> this fact. The remedy Is, 19, 23, 25. 6, 34. 35, 36-and fractions unsoldin due enquire of WARD & JIAY.
Superior Kent's ; Copying ; Sandboxes be 'had at the Via Florcnce Fort Gaines
apothecaries.In DlaKcly Porter'sand
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The CommisV ot'Tallahuktce, ) Inkslandf, Wafer PJIHICC and may : sections 5. 6. 8. 9, 10. 14, 15,17 and 24. March 13 33 _
cups pounce ucidily! or poiiiie of stomach this I
reme- ISroicn's Ferries and
\ N In Chancery. boxes, File PresRCS, Back Sand, Wafers of all ('0. d i and Ga.t Iricinton, In Town j South range 1 East-sections 124. Beef Cattle Wanted.
} !Oovereign l\aluaole. B 1 general 'Jarni- Ala. 5, 8, II, 12, 13 14, 15, 22, 23 24 and fractions
David D. Butler &. another- ) lors jnd sizes, Sealing ; I'rincc Albert VICtoria I ly medicine, it is now adopted by of the I of 3 THE-subscriber will give the highest pneefor

IT appearingto the Court that the defendant, and Common Mfel Pens ; Letter Slumps, mOlt respectable families. It never many sickens the .i ONLY 30 HOURS travel from Colum- and 10. stall fed cattle on being delivered at

David B. H'Hlcr! is lot an inhabitant of this l'enkuivll. Desk knives, India Rubber, &c., &c. btomacli or of the effects .to New Orleans 11lendit Coachc.s, In Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections30 and his Tan Yard in Tallahassee.
juoduce any unpleasant i j I 31 and fractions of 19 29 and 32.
Tfrwlory but resides in Georgia11 is therefore ALSO of* phykic. 1 1 level and beautiful roaJ along banks oi I J.D.GALBR11TH.

ordered that unless he appear here on or Lefore thc Blank Bill Paper Bills Lading, Notes of hod. Ex. Directions for use each I I|: he Chattah'iochee River. In,Town 3 South, range 2 East-sections 6.7.. 0 Feb. 1 I
hat ) of and the Drafts Music accompany bottle. DAYS O DEPARTURE-! and fractions of 5, 8, 18 and 29. 20.1841.NOTICE.
Monday August next, answer Com chariRO Paper Blotting Paper.Playing E-SI'IION, M. D. }
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lainants Ritchie's From Columbus on Tdays and In Town I South range West- sections!,30
bil.the name will be taken (for toofesecdagip Cards 1 patent Copying Pret-s with Proprietor and Fridays, note
t hir, and the matters tlrrof deccreed accurdingly apparatus cumpicto. For sale in by Inventor. 16 o'clock A. iI. 31, 32i;33,34 and fractions of 10. 20, 27, 28, 35 and I ALL persons indebted to the subscribers 1841 by are
'alahIEe.
From 36. account on the 1st January
Chatluhoochee the
; bul is further a of on daysand same
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lame
copy D. II. the
tha selue
AMES.NOi'ICE
this order be published in some of the news- The Book Bindi'ry "" time after the arrival of the U. S.Mail Host from Tho whole Town 2 South, range West, ex- I earnestly requested in come forward and .

pipers printed in this Territory ole for four ,mouths.uec'llul" Is alll continued, where all kinds of work can ba TO CL.\lIA-NTS.! Apalachicola. lola.and nieelmiral Fort CJainrs. cent sections 25.26.35 and 36. same aa further indulgence will not be jivea. u no

done a expeditiously}' as heretofore. m.nkVorK, A Board of Army Oiicef leen established 'Peuonl desirous of going from Columbus, Ga.: A 81.25 to $J.50'per acre in current bills of the account will be continued for the present bate Iur beau,

ALFRED BALSH, Judge ..b.Apll. of all description, made to order, and ruled to any in ibis cityfor purpose ilivestigat to New Orle.nl, will find thin by fur the cheapest Territory. ccpting with those of oar customer who

841 4m 3 pattern suitable for Banks, Public Offices, Mer. ing all! diml jjjauiM 1 either the United Statcs'orthe and most expeditious, a well a the safest and These Lands offer advantages for pasture range punctual in paring their acc3ct. with&FISHEB.uaJ

chants end others. Deed Record and Docket Territory of Florida fur kupplies! or for serviced most comfortable way, an il intersect the great cultivation and superior Timber. BETTON

In the (Superior of Florida.Court Middle' District Bcoks, and nil other Blank Book", can be obtainedat I connected with the militia -vo hereby offer our Brunswick arid Florida Line at Challahoochce, Cash payments will bo required for half sections Jan. 23. .

abort notice, ruled and bound in any ityle requited services to all those having such claims, in aid of' making a travel of but 30 hours by stages \ tugl and smaller fractions of sections. All purchaser K1RKA1 AN; ABERNATUY&HANA.

(IN CnANCKBY.) | and warranted equal to Northern or any their adjudication and collection.Any the whole route. Time from Columbus to :.lutilc. over these may be made on tho usual terms of the COmmission ISorcbaHts

Between Andrew O- Norwood A-1Turnbul other manufacture. Particular attention paid to paper delivered to us peronaly. or transmitted 54 hours. Company;that is, l-4th in cash,and l,2ant>3years New Orleans.

and Ezekiel J. llore. and rebinding old Books Newspaperi.AIagaiincft, fam. by mail (pokl paid) \\1 promptly laid For tIe Proprietor, for payment of the other 3-4ths. Rcferto R.K.: Call.anti Henry Bond

Atnnsa Jackson partners un- phlols Music Book, 4-0. in plain or ornamental before i ho Board. WILLIAM CADY. Lands in Gadsden and Leon suitable exclusively! Jnn. 17 1839 !.tLl

der the name, style and firm of Moore Creditors binding, or to .ratch paltcrns.. Whenever the case )requires it, instructitns will Chlt iloehct. January !Q, ItilO. 27 tf for cultivation will also he sold as usual on application I NOTICE.JUUINGmy .

Jack.on for themselves and others Bil. The subscriber, thankful for the patronage 'he te given a to any additional proof which may bo lo John Carnochan, Ksq. at Apalachicolaor absence from FldaBart0it C..

who may come in and contribute, &c. Filed 1st has heretofore received, hopus by a tril attention necessary to the support of the claim, or as to the NOTICE. I the SubBcriber andrellIcrs will be preferred to the ami altor-

Complainants : and John B Keen, & Feb. 1840. to his bu.inol to meet a continuance of the nmc. form in which it m'u.t be made.In '1' EIOSC who are indebted, cither by note or purchase of their settlements; provided they make i i. my sent F. .TUCKER-

MaryCenter ad.iiiniHtratrix of WilliamCenter P. A. HAYWARD. ail cases, a Power of Attorney to us, acknowledged :account to the late firm of Gorman and their arrangements within a suitable time. uey.Jan 8 t JOBN

lately dcccaked., Defeudants.I ( Tanahast.ec, DeL 3. 1840 10 before the clerk of tho county, iri wnich thji Ilall!!, will c:1 at my office and Nellie the same Former purchasers from the Company who are .

"T appearing to the Court by affidavit that the ---- John C. Jacobi_, party icvides, and recorded in his oUce. must ac immediately.By in arrears with their payment, aro respectfully requested MISS C. 8J1ITJ1 th'
aid one of said defendants above I company the papers. so doing the costs of action at law will be to settle with; the Subscriber or with Mr. WILL open a SCHOOL in Tallahassee' on
and of Lumber '
uamed, Aay Cuter the juri.dictk.n of this I ,Meatvrer Insector for the W. P. & T. II. DtV AJ.. saved, a all claims,unpaid. will Le put in suit at Carnochan during the season. Monday January ,sex* for G""

to wjt in the elate of New York. It is con. I County of Leon, Tolatluee. May 6, 1841. the fut court having jurisdiction.JOSEPH. J. B, BROWN, and Boy under twelve'yeanr of age. H" ehoO l

Court and ordered that the "il defendant, Mary I OFFERS his services to those who may please Al person who may have rnlrut>lcd an with BRANCH.Feb. Agent Apalachicola'Land.Company. room will be in the lowerfatory'of Mr. Qrrr

Center, administratrix of Center lately upon him. Charges moderate. claims the above description, will please execute 13. '1841.. Office at Mr.E.Barnard's, TaIls hassee. new house,in Monroe street. "-
lam TaU a ,. 14, 1840. 33 of as above diiecled. and jan4- 22 Miss SMITH engages to teach all the bfl11'.
d do appear and answer lid hUlee Mach PO"Ct Attouioy, give or Edjjlcy his arrived in town _
co.e. (complainants ______ her'ezeztioes III
bii coroplainlwilhin:: four months from the date Cabinet Bu.iucss. send them to us. W. I'. &T- H. D George Digger ia his profession NOTICE. usually required ; aad hopes by *

loelslpobllcation'of this orderolherwis Mid bill undersigned having purchased of Mr. I PLEASE TAKE 1OTICE.'I Where he wants to be well known I[HEREBY notify all persons that the firm of the promotion of her pupils, to rendcignc.l

will be taken fro c ,tJuso. It .further ,ordered THE ., his ENTIRE STOCK OF TOOLS B. BULL Si CO have jul received new And cash is his decision. 4 aug FPENGLER & LYMAN is this day'dieseired; tisfaction.
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that this order be published in one of. the newspapers AND MATERIAL in the above line, intends and fashionable hats of Beaver, Silk or and that I will not be responsible for any trtnsaa- 'TZKJtl, ?ZZ QUA&711

print or and published ,at Tallahassee in tho continuing at the old stand, opposite Mole! Skin, which they offer to the public reasonably Strayed, lions made by the said LTMAN in the name of the The Oithography above and Reading, ,t ..<
wiLls and ArilhmeUc,
Di trict afesaid. fiaoe week ( /our months. Mays and the Quincy about six weeks lince',a SOR- firm. A. Writing
a o Ward fc respectfully solicits patron. for specie or its equivalent and for the currency FROM 8PENGLER. : The above with Geo ra*
Grammar
Dated this 311 day of December. 1 840. a;rt so liberally bestowed on his pudecHr. Middle Florida such rates becomelhconscience. HORSE,about four years old,with three Tallahassee. 51840. 19 English ,1O
ALFRED BALCH &c. HENRY 8AULSBURY. a I while (eet. .and a blaze in the face. A liborairo.: phy, and History,
Judge ? S For Sale, Tajiabasseip Dec.28 1840 M ___
ward will be given .
for
his for information -
AtUit, N.B. DOORS, SASH and MANTLE PIECES Also a good ainortmonl of clothing-Cloth[ Cas- return, or HANDSOME LIGHT,BAROTJCHE.lwith,
R. Q. WELLTORD, Clork. &e., made to rrder and at the shortest n tce.pril0l. .im.rc and Vestingi, from the coarsest to the where FefclS he can found. Apply at this office. A harness compJet for two horses by A Sup rtorToke ef-O8fl,7: fcd

/ 1841. 3 finest. Please call and witness for yours lvcs. Port Leon,Feb.8, WM. M'N AUGHT. cSn in rood order, for sale by OALBBAITH
Dtc. 12 20 J. D.

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