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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 8, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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f 1 : Forbearance Io notice tnc I 1;

: topic rcaa commen
: 1 FLORIDIAN dable, us his arguinoiit, throughout na.* t liaracteiized -

; by an ability and
} dignity w or ; y
him, and of the Senate i'ho
gentleman
* l lt --
made declaration
; one which
fnt rht
<
: |
prubaly
*. ; "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRR." be misinterpreted, and 1 submit to him whether
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-'- -I. .w. ..S 4J47. < an explanation of it be not
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-- JQ is-Uthe :III tmct o(l'it'JI. u mtN'.t_. .. .rn......,. L. '
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I taught: IJS an easier 0.*rrllt' )
I !- -- -- .. way \ing ( lIf.-f'lv'g) all:
: I 1st at hojnc. itii.il wu.il lie me ci>,.uiiiuii uf from tluV oppression. It wanted b t the will

PO TFY.VI tho largest portion of our people and ot the to have supplied ourselves with
nrticlomb
; ; territor ii this home mark'-l were annihilated! J aeed in ,the protective system every rce ot du i

i i;' T 'T How could they be. supplied Milli objects ofpiIne : ty. without uny, other participation on our

f : necessity What would not be the certain -I part than a simple consent to receive them "

""t and inevitable decline in the price ot all [Here Gen. Hayne ro.-e, and remarked that k

: : ) JL tlttltu, these articles, but for the home market! .-,lid i the passages winch immediately preceded and

*. : : ) 12b1CL.fiAs'L. al.ow me, 1\1 r. I're.-ident to s.iy, th.tt, of uh flowed, the paragraph cited, he thought plain I I

*n : ; : : .a the agrit-ultural parts ot the U". Mates which'! Iy indicated his meaning, which relati'd to e-

: arc benetitled toe of this :I: of 4
)! -- by operation System, V..SIOHN. the system, by illicit .ntrodu< Cum of

;: ;; : ; )r 1 l Cotton '1 liE annexed beautiful lines appeared many years none are equally: with' tho e which oord r I I goods which they *ero not disposed to coun

e I 1 ; :: : square ago in a T.OIllli.'ll .Jlt'riodil'al.. iiinloi------. the-! -fnllfiu-tnip-... .. .t-..._- thc ;Jhe>,:ineiike bay the lower pan oi iNorth i tenance III Souih ( aroliO'i., ] I am happy .
: 11 must uc (r '
:; ; J delivered in I I marks. We can scarcely imagine ('arolma, VirglJlin'it; .d the two shores of Mimed Mr.
r 1, or a deduction will beexpect- any tiling more I : .ViuryKmd. < lay) to hear this explanation.
| % 1 houses tender and touching than the third slallL'"If 'J h ir facilities; ot hitsr is
1 I for storinjr Cotton ever tralloopurl"tllHl and it i.iipo.sible to conceal from '
I ] I per. Bale for the season, and I man died of love, it was EDTVAIID MORTON. Tl.c ,J proximity to the .North gives uiem decidedBut r vi"sv th lads; th.it there i* a great excitement U'r'! _

";; i: 1 { ) advances\ of it, no charge will be lady to whcin he become early attached, w .IS married uj\'tlJltug.e !, in South Can* iaa; that the piotective

IC 1 ] to New-Orleans cuttcn, Xcw-Y stored with urk and to another. AIORTON was present at the marriage, il'ill. this reasoning were, totally; 1:111"-1: I openly and \i''>.enty; denounced in po ytemi "dir :
: was never seen to smile ;
: l ] : : nftcrwanls.ORTOS) CiOU--it the of maiiuiucturcu i and that
price a. meetings; the '
legi-lature
: I ; I died at Corfu. A Itt ft has
i I : 201 h I 183 1 J. portrait .fihe lady was found in hi.- were "really: declared .
18tf I Higher under (Auiunc.tii o> s- it* purpo.-e of to
] : port folio, \\rapped in these lines rcs.irtiiig (rounter .
.I\ ; I ] IANNA II O'rEL.- I thee up : tern tnafi \\ithotit it, I *nou d t.lr tie that ni"n j I I acting measure*-a suspension of" which hag
: : ) saw WCdl'd-thou did:t go or loiVpnces theu'seive, f :
were been
relative-ielilive | only submitted to, for thpurpose ,
CII of al-
It 111111 ir I'v Williin the j
:' ;| \ J. HOL JFS. ] sacred aisle, .. to the ability to p.i) tliem. It is m vviiii !i l low;,_? v 'ongu s timt ta retrace it- .
Thy cheek :in 't"JI5.
:
; I IJ.-tween yoi'iie;a tear and a blusHng j;I'l\T', to temjit, to tautuiizj unu the lower pr ce.of i i ith re-prct t> this I'mon, :1l r. (I'rp.ldt'lIt. :
a j-milc.
I' European 1ItI; Iu thai our on, u ve have the trtsthcannvtbe! too generally
PACKET Thy] heart I : nro-l-w.lcd
VMS glad in maiden ;
:! ; !\ HII: Ioe if I.H'II So 'c"'III'.J" glee, nothing wht.r wItL to purcii.isu t; tuu. ir:, oy I I nor tUll Hron n -.-_"4 -_u n"'a'_ ..-..,. L.- .Ih".....- ,.::. .. Uf'\\-.u,._ _.. .' ",
I t
'! Nb" Was faithless the while] the hume cxcn.mges, wur niuc i suppllcd"llU ry to the \ holt, and to all the pirtsneiessary : 1 .

'( : j tI ., I 1-a'c him fir the] vow ]lie sl'"kc-; 1IecLsurv_ even II they an; ueurcr a.id worse, to those parts, indeed, in diitcrt'tit dc-

: : I I hatt him for the \n\v he broke.I articles of i ('ii. .in jjionu, lion than the lor- glees, but vitally necessary to each; and that l'l'nMti

;:. ion. it :.-> jieiter tua i not to bo Mippluu) utau..Hid to d.stur.i or dissolve it, (: ;
otuiig:
l :! KllK! (lMitKtl :( }Uilll'l' hi iil l i tIC, )love tl.at cmld not die, now would tin; large po.tiou oi counti' from any of tho partuould tc quit as indi'- ,

|. : cI-iJ-Tr.I:!, !IL\"'II.' .-x-: I.s I doubts} and hopes ndt:ars. \ hiii. Ii 1 Ii .s.i' d i< set ihed, be Mtpplicd but tot : dlSI reel and improper, as would be thr.-its: :' J.

1 ) will mi dunnir! : ;ihe prt-M'ir Anil burifd :.ill my mis<.ry tho home u\t win; ;. s. poor Jh"l'k) dt tituioo (rom (the residue tc .icludo tho-e : J'
j Ir'
b twom .Vln-nclia[ and parts )rn | i
: : : : III M-onry .ul tcars; I : vv all:1: or of.\ .. e..h1C the pal(- of its t
be tak( n rn board, cr: is n- 'II (:oinm(utiics, iiaanotliiiig tnuIits. TIn> gr. at principle! j I I.thi'h
I : The; Cajitain:: if Slit And: days ;-as&M m, and ihondiUst provo to piii-ua-.e .(n'ign fauin. io '. I.es ;it the foundation.of tree :ournmcnf I

1 : s to remain p-rinuu-ntly ;MI The: ] : pan-4) I.f tinrerpsir-! l 1\.(, them ta'-v ;n cquaily: .eyomi liii'ieaid hitlier is th.il ,the majority n.tist ,i '
1 : I
I govern irom #
I the( .utmost For alll'iI'i..1t i to b'nsi- KVn ill thy t-aily years; the) co >t a u )liar 4r a ,. UlIIl't. It is in tins \\ Lii i l h there is or ran i iC no) anprul but to the j 1t ,j
freight (;r : And tlnni did's! .
paswf. i die! srfair: :
and
) ; : : br-ard. In silt-nee! good! view, of the) matt -r, thai ureat iinLiin, In hi word t hut ni.-ijoiity tiiijiit to govern>c. f |
ami in
:
; ()'I) 1 1831.1 1''.1 tint 'I soliiudc! vast t wealth-In'rx. ned and |'tioiected IULIII:- I Iy, equitably, moderate!} and constitutionally; 1 11

: : : the 'I' Wl-ile tlimi wort liviiiLr, I didlu'de h try-is eiiu-.led: I Io bear a litH (then ot tlt\i.Ji&"n but ;ov 'rn it must, siihjict only to th.t tern"J;
: '
: -of n ''V"c' 'PPP. ('. ..\-.iT.-.rl. .ill"..%u, <.....r..... 1.1111"... ;.,_7 wn h, when compared f, (hat ol othei mtion 1 hie flflIf1I. I If (,
; :; ; *WA.VMW.V.WM..1:69 1'111101 h.ivc .shocked !thy] modest prido -, appears eiiorniou.luil \ lieu hell IIt- Inz[ a minority, can, iiy menacing a di.":oldthn 1 | 1
i|
l ) ; ':' a ni'w : tolv at the For all the world, ccntaiiii; iiihuen. richt S ilft' COiij) .r d (lo heir I.' hut of the t 'nion, succeed In frelO an abandonment '
1
) i : u\ uIiIc c .unl \ il.J.u-.rli
I : i :\iy; next, for' tl'III'j'OM' of Bill' thou hast pt.t!.Ii'tl-alltlrlp., fire ;I&il trixial.- i he gentleman from Jboutn i ar- I of:!'-iLt measures. dee.-.ed; e sesfial to .

0I : 7 ) or)I puirba.-iii, : t-ofi! T nuni: That oft m -hi-i k'.I""IIIlne'cr expire, oma: ii.is (Jl\ II a lively I an.i il.ittenng picture :I f tt Ikintercts: and pro peril. of the vvhul'., the i I ;.
; I i! J :: l w ill, Acain tii.biddt reigns of our Coast, rivei& I L'nitm' fiom that '
.
r< "tx 'j-j. y 3 Ml. ; baj\ s, and h-i bour ; and moment is pr J ,- ticuliy gone. J :
.-) : \ uart-br,u.->e, and running a II is n" rrime to speak my vow, he artut'that tin >e proclaimed the ue.-igti o. It may linger hn, in f mi and name but its 1

i.i, I : ) :!:,:.i1 and HI cither;1 bftnun) placr): (.t Min\\ili! be<' FlIl'tlh' thou canst not hear it now! 1'rovidence that; we huld be a com.uercialpeople. vital 1 spirit ha- fl.-d forever! l'.nterhmJ thcc-e f. ;

lii. 1 ; 1 J 1 i "nl>lffK.i2ht.: Th.-y ,'.ill i Thou: h"cp"st! beneath' thy l"wly stone : 1 aree with him. \\ e dihui only deliberate opinions, I would entreat the p.itri- .Ii'

: ,! deer vKins, and uilfbavc Thatdaik and a.- to the means lie would (Then. h thu loieign utic people of Eolith, "v arqlina-the land of( f 1-
I dreItJI'ss11'
; I J
i ) : Pr citsive\i i-i.::10.0_ t"d'nK-i-rii""lIt of !(0U.i| Anil hr, by |II ivih| and eii." :: : : 'II s, Hard .
i I. l and .\-it''I j(..tll Pry G'--d-, Why irors I.cnot to wrrp? fo>terboth.Vhat is navigation without hips J.:wrt'IIS. the Pinckneys, and Lowndes-of f'j r

: : '<, rs: foacd'ltl! ('s IIi IIt.S flU' knel here I have: kiult, or ships without, c.iryoe; ? B> ((1I'uhriltl.ig the I living and present name.wlii h I would men- t; t

C 'I'w:\ ; : I 1 ;: ', alt, Imn, 'l'C., ;"aiKr.: lie ranno' I lid< wl.at: I hav ftlt.iiiui boonb. oi our mountains, aud- extrarting I 1"011I ti'ii: if thy trere net Iiv ng or prr'snnt-t

':. : 1 I : J .'tn'f.. '1.Ill'L. .. : .. tbi'iu their Hangl', ooll'llln": n:1I1., 'In ; ......f'Y.nl..Cu. .:._
>ii > Iii awl deep: precious tnasnns ('uhl\' ,t "' U '
; hy irifllf
iv.. I } ;; 'I \ FOR CASH AND The painful 'bought, of what has 11lcu ( ('1fth, and -ecnrino; a home market lor I its I riiIitttil 1 -1 precipire;;:;: wh-ch} lies ;direttly;; : ;! brfi.rethem. .1

: i I : >; \ ) : ':. The canker worm thar is not seen! rich and! abundant products*- empi-iying the To retreat may l be tearful: ) mid rnorti'y-' '

I I4j J : : ROES water nowt.r.ith ing to their gallantry and but it is
: : desimiis to Btit I-as o'< r thy dark hluc which we are blessed; by priffc, to retreat i i

; ; ; : t line ft'1 illl..inc'1ill sell Unconscious: 1 ride, wave otiuialIIg, (( and protectini: oui native industry to the Union, to safety, and to th so: : !
y
.' : their j.icv nt slf'df f goinJ-s J in all itf f HII1..; we shall nourish and brethren, with: whom or with whose ancestors !
J -: : i I My Ilu'n:,-llts are hovering, o'er p.o- ; ;
thy
tfiit, Miitvd In the] (' 'i- jrravc \ mote the they, or their nnce.-tOlS, h llefds! '
I ; ; prosperity or comnii : v- won, on ;
] } i) !: : \jz- My s-iiii is by thy side.! rce, foreign !
-\.' ; I : /y-(7oods, Foreign and : Tlit-re is one voice hat, waiN; UK.O and dome-tic.: of plory, imperishable renown. To mh :lIJl'e. :

I I I LiV('rji''.tltiiu! rro'k'I'-\\III'I" : I One heart thutcann-'t, e'er lor r*, yi.t I have hitherto con-iderfd the que tion in is to rush on certain and inevitable di -giace PI I i
I : ,s.'i".s K,'. To and destruction.'
l'llll'ilh reference
]) ] f ;, ; ., TheiM.ns. t thai; ha'edidl, only to a state of peace; ; but a season i ? ;
\ '
: 'I Ic 23tf I And ay-. thy fuun js buried there, of WT otiLht riot to t be overlooked. \\ e \ e have been told of deserted castles, ff ;". J

rid : ; : :; : ; : : 'j' CODS. Adou! '- 111 all; l1i !h-:1 despair: I' have enjo\ed) near t twenty yea OfPl'ilC'l'; : bin uninhabited; hall-, c rni--ion-. once the se1opuleii .
(
; :;| : '; J U-- ,_ "-, :."a who can t tell when the storm of war -hdl; a jainbieak (s and ho-piKility. now abandoned( andmouldering ;; ;

.' I :; : lorlh Have \tO loigotten, -o soon. 'the ) in tIIIiS. I never bad the honr.r J I.; t

) : I : Ii Lj DD -111R.-_. --. .u_(._JI..i\_ ,". 'S. SP_ !_ ',_Cif._ __ privation.-' t\ not merely our brave sol- of bnn.' in fc'o-.tli! tart Jim: 1 tat I havo he; rJ | .
: f: !! : too ol the
,
dirrs and 'aIl.i Minggle J fr; between tho
: .
i T. [CoNT1NuE lit tar were subjected, but the lower power : l.i;

: ; (i llie! sclinorier Da- hue community during the las' war, for the and upper country. The same cau-ea ,1

i ; What% would he the condi i inn of the farming want of absolute necessities?-To what enormous I which exi-ted in \ Ire':imn, with u hi b I have !

: i i i ( .IIIJI GroccricN j Splendid J Dry-Goods I a complete. en: country of the United States-of all that I juice they/ ros; ? And how inadequatethe been quaiiifeil.; ; / presume have had their. :. ;;

I ; i ; I ',. >.xlt, mackerel, (.N. E.) portion which lies north, et-t, and wot of; M'pply was, at any price? The statesman their infliii-nce tin ie. In hose hands now ; .

)'$ i' ] ( )<( : : J ; oats, in .v.1< k -3 splendid James riur, including a large portion ofj who justly elevates hi- views, will look behind, are the onee proud seats rlf f \Ve.fover. ('u J lr .

a' i i ,: : ; i I II I '',measurea iron and, steel Patt>nttlcr- North Candina, if a }home market did not t'X- !' a,11 as forwiid, and at the existing state of j\Iayco.\, Shirland Nt crs, on J.imc! v r !
'"? ;! Ploughs, i ist fir this thiniii and he will I anlloWI'r \ .r.nniL? Uiui z the f
i : J ', Tolwrro various kinds immense amount of agricultural :i ; graduate the policy, which operation >> ,
fTJt.il ] J : ; : : | ? Without he laws, aholishin.! the! prin' ofprimopenituro .
improved patent Vices, a produce that market where could .t ; r' p'commend- all the probable} ) e icen'icoo I 1 1
'p ', ) .ifllarhvi.re, English and be sold? In foreign markets. If their re tric- !; "hilh; iliaaris; ir fl I;.\ rt'fHlhli_ 'I'kinn and providing the eqt.it.tMe! rule 0nn" equal; j !
i ;j 1 | :: ; <"nrlm'nl. ....c .nrm,. .11.....,,.:_ ? :' *- distribution of
'-"W """, live laws did this ; ; dhe estates those in
I rider ( fv old not exist, their caparitv would cotnprchfiKive' range, i it ea y to among equal ;

I I Rai.Mn*:, bale cry rope,quality cotton, not enable them to purchase and r )numothis show! that the hi her prices of peace if prices j j i ch-gree! of consanguinity, they have [)aSed into I

ft I I ] shoes, IJi'imets, etc.-Alo, addition to their preterit snpphcj, which} I'I were higher in peace, were more than compenated I: j I other and stranger hr.ds. ?otiie of the I .

1 fanry goods and ready made must be tin own in or thrown away, but for I by the lower pI i" cs of war, during descendants! ( ; of ilbistrioi.s; fiimilies liave gone .

: J ] Ilidl )he calculates! to mil hf'i I the home mailer Hut their laws exclude us i which supplies of all es-ential articles are 10I I to have the I'll''cot, whilst others lin ir ng behind: I ,
I i
(. : t I during this 'e.\son ; from their maiket.I shall I content m) >clfl>y di-pensable. to its vigorous, etlectual: ; and conlra-ted their present ndition '\ dh I i
that ouiheir
I .
"i! ) wnrc-hou] is ready to take calling the attention f the Senate to (UrcatP.rituiu glorious jirosecution. I conclude this pait of venerated ancestors: The\ :'- ;
1I,It 1i! : ; advances en it and In the hold themselves! excluded from ihvir '
only The duties, in the United' arul1Il'Jltith (he hope that my humble. titther.o't
Will 1'.1a liberal juicej ; houses, now in the hand- of thn.-e who I
I j ) '(' ) l.'Slh I: i l 1831 I I7lfj I I Kingdom on hread stuli's, are pnihiintory; except c.crtionhave( not been altogether un>uccess- once their fathers' wt-ro
: in times dearth. On nee, the duty i i. ful in .shov, ing- overseers or sinking in i
: : j I : ; :-ftrrrMu: '1 decay; their imaginations painted ancient .
U I. < : : fifteen shilling per hundred weight, being J. hat the policy which we have beeneoiisitlening I renown

"1 !, j' : I AT LAW. mote than one hundred per ent. On mantilactured ought to con'mue to be the f fading honors of their name, glories :

:1I i ; } Courts of this District: and tobacco it i is nine shilling sterling perpound garded as the genuine American System. re-I one by; toopo r to live, too proud to i j
r ; ? : I West Floijda. His Ortlre woik, too highmindf d .uul hono'ab e to resort
: ; ) ., or ahoul two thousand cent. 2.: That the fiee trade .'.y'.tcni, which : ;

d:I' ) of-) iviitinj that:,of will the n'gi"1'be draun I On leaf tobacco, throe shiLing per per propo.-ed a> its substitute, ought really to be I to hivabou&ignoble means what of acquisition. brave, daring, f
( $ be th '
: to their legal a'eUI'II'Y.; i, pound, or one tiiou>and two hundred per CCllt. considered as the British x olonial Svstom. can : can -e of th ir 'T
: 1 ; | i : ( )!. 3tf. On present unhappy tate The 'Ms-cursed' tariff
"' : : : lumber and some other article, they are .i. That the American system i is beneficial : !
; itself .
Y. from four hundred to one thou and five hundred to all parts; of the ( 'nioll, and absolutely present to their excired imaginati 'us
D'pTj)' and
they blindly run info the ranks of those
per cent, more than on similar articles nece-sa!y to much ,the larger pot tion. *
: up by (the .viibcr, 3 who, unfurling the banner of nullification
:: ,' 1 1 frulU'rf.. St. \'I'ks-a: impol ted from British colonies. J.1'the i.rit- 4. That the piico ul! the great staple of would I

jP 1; & White pied ishVe:t Indies, the duty on heel, pork hams, cotton, and nil our chief productions of agriculture The place a state of upon its sovereignty! ,
danger Union
.,,. and has been : our does not lie in '
bacon sustained and
is twelve
,irki.I l itli shillings sterling hun- upheld[ ,
; j \v .n..n SIIIII"II_. .. rroti_.._,. pet nersi:tpnc'c in th \ ,nori..n t1'n" h..
1 ; fork "n the right ; bran- drt.d, more than one hundred per cent, on the and a dccJine averted, by me protective >ys- : i that-0fits- i "" .
on: abandonment. If a < I have :
years old ; and' apprais first cost of I'tf') and pork in the Western tem. supposed
?, and \\'m. and believe, of all the North and East .j
Silcocks]
: States. And yet Great l-ritain I ioo the 5. That, if the foreign demand for cotton
powerin
1 owner i is desired to prov o Jume. river, and all the West of the
mountains
.. ; V." \. CHAMBL1SS whose hehalf we are called upon to legislate has been at all diminished, by the operationsof im-Iuding Louisiana

1 "! ; ( : "1832. 33 so that we may enable her to purchase our that system, the diminution has t,een more in, the eivation are deeply interested :

| 1 cotton Great Britain, that thinks only of than compensated in the additional demand pre. of that system, would
: they he icroncifed to its overthrow .
n. Can it ho
11 created
home.
herself in her at
own legislation When havewe .
.? Tallahassee expected that t > o-thirds if
pers"ii three-f
not Jurth
!
f 6. That the ,
t ; will vaccinated free eyqerienecdjustice, much less t favor, at constant tendency of thc svs- of the people of the United States .,
,I" mv office. hsr hands? VI hen did she shape her legislation iem, by creating competition among ourselves to the destruction would consent Ii

I ? JNO. McLEM-iRE. in reference to tin interests! of any foreign and between American and European i i of a policy, believed to- t. :
be
J 3:>-if. indispensably aeces.-ary to their ?pPrity?
plO
; Power ? She i is industry
; a great, opulent and powerful recipro.-ally acting upon :achoth'r When too this I
sacrili
E'qE1J e is made at the instance
.; 3 nation hut is to reduce the of
and prices manufactured
; han&hty, .
supercilious.Not
;;; i 1 loJIEItCfMJfTS, MIV I arrogant of v single interest, rthich they verily '
'I. i ?; subject to pay TAX i more separated from the rest of the world objects. believe will not be In estimating
/ it.
promoted by
'"'' : ; f call and obtain them im- l hy the sea that girts her island, than she is 7. That, in th point of fact, objects with- the degree of he
1'o ; be given to the Intcndant, separated in in the scope of the policy have peril which may incident
l } feeling, sympathy, or friendly protection to two of humane
? double Taxed. opposite courses
policy.
: : ; consideration of their welfare. Gentlemen greatly fallen in price. I
DENNIS, Treasurer, the statesman would be short sighted who
***i | |; City of Tallahassee. in :supposing it impracticable: that we should 8. That it, in a season of peace, these wou'd content himself w.th viewing only the

rIce.D ) I 3:-tf. successfully compete with her in manufactures benefits are experienced, in a season of war. evils, real or imaginary, which belong to* that I

I in Q incv. do injiihtice to the kill and enterprise of their when the foreign supply might be cut off which is in practical operation fie :
: they would be h
own mm f felt
Gallant more
country.- Great Britain extensively
[ t I to :II'.1111; the citizens ft as un should lift bim.telfupjo the contemplation ofthose
; ; Its vipinilv.. that they havI! doubtedly is. we have rrloriously contendedwith 9. And. finally, that the substitution of and
greater which
..... more certain dangers
Lrd 4anlll1i'trator I IL .1 J .'ned J a store in this place, 'Vt'f'reIJI always Iw her, man to man, gun to gun, ship to ship, the British Colonial system, without benefiting might inevitably tttend the of tho alternative
[P. D'Cuised' 0" lie Rstlt James kind a good assortment of Seasonable Goods such us fleet to fleet, and army to trmy. And I have any section of the Union, by subji, cting adoption
will \\ the
offer in PRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, course hat would be condition -
Quincy, on-he I no doubt we destined achieve us to a foreign legislation foreign I
regulated
are to by -
equal
HARDWARE CUTLERY of this
Monday in Union, Pennsylvania, andiSew- .
My in the I interests, would lead to the : i
CROCKERIES GLASS-WARE, success morn useful, if not nobler con- prostration of York those mammoth members of
1 da.v ,
) our confederacy -
l!s Library "Ie LAW MISCELI.l SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c. &c. test for superiority in the arts of c\'illife.I our manufactures general improvement, and :
tl Ie ter0l8 oftlc! deceased J, at< Public7' r lie whole of which ill be soldas cheap as they could extend and dwell on the long list of ultimate ruin. were firmly persuaded that their in- : '.
i Wh'cl1' shall be i he purchased this far from Navigation. They in- dnstjy was paralised, .irul their prop..rity
nown liberal will articles And Mr. President I ,
the now have
al8 on the (1ay of 8alr.t their friends and the public generally to call am' hemp, iron.lead, coal, and other to make a blighted* by the enforcement of the ritish if
n of') f solicit a sitar items, for which, a demand is created in the few observations on a delicate subject which
t;ne ne hood! will also be sold at ?: for themselves. They respectfully (Colonial system, under the delusive nance of
and r he public patronage. TAYLOR & KLEIN. :home market, by he operation of the American I approach with all the respect that is due to free trade
They are and
ce.HENRY ).uim' April 3d. 1832 1133 If. its serious and BOW tranquil, happy
,
OEK, > s. 13.} The nd COMMISSION BU81- System; but I should exhaust the patience grave nature. They have not and contented, conscious of their \velfarej amieeling
t dea C. H' DuPONT. st.orage of the Senate. Where, where should we find indeed, heenrendered necessary by the speedof .
Co.1 S Adm'rs. .YESS will be carried ott M usual at St. Marks. salutary and rapid circulation otto:
April 17th. iSa. 35-tf. T.&K a market for all these articles, if it did not cs- the gantlemoQ from' Soutb Carolina, wbolSe products of borne manu ictUIO. aui homo

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their great nrteries. l luxuries which '' -' -- "
would _
they possess no weans even that must have end >acciJcnfa : "makes this '
nn some Onto
But I let that be .1 ; [ rtttaate
checked let them feel that a to ctrcut; { \
purchase. spark will ignito the combustible mass, and FOltEIGN.IHbL.N is, that several of theexceeding truce
is i
foreign system to be predominate, and the The congregated I II
constant complaint of South Carolina 11 blow the whole system to the devil I If-the it U Slid, rnoI 1
of their 10.000 ,
sources subsistence and comfort dried against the tariff is that v. I per.ion
it checks importations debt due these ed the tithe
i mighty to of
were foreigners their
up; lot New England and the West, and Middle I and disables foreign Powers from I TITHES.-AN ARCHUI'ACON STONED rents would be auiar.;!
pur- States, all feel that they too are the victims chasing the agricultural TO DEATH LS TIPPliKARY however, the s p
productions of the i an hour bill would other are 8eeoo
I ; on some pretext or exaggerated, and
of mistaken policy and I let these vast United States. The last the Rev. Archdeacon yet we shall I p
effect of the Wednesday evening not
resolution 1 break with their creditors, and laugh at their tonished to hear of their

portions of our country despair of any favorable will be to increase importations, not so much, I I i credulity ; but they own the to individuals Irwine Whitty, rector of Golden, near )i predicted the confirmation, M I-

change, and then indeed, miuht we tremble it is true from Great Britain, as from other j' themselves and money are therefore Cashel, was found savagely murdered in a i: tious anti-reformers recent attempt Ofi rely *t l

for the continuance and :safety'ofthl Un- Powers, but not the less acceptable on that i likely to among enjoy the pleasure of paying the interest field near Colonoulty. He had< that day been j.on j.;.turb the peace of that and corruptioni,, to *>

ion! account. It isja misfortune that s. lame a for generations to come. France, too ] a visit at the house of a Mr. Daniel in the |I I('a horible rc-actian.- country would, p "

And need I remind you, sir, that this dereliction portion of our f foreign commerce con en- has got a debt. Those Bourbons think to neighborhood; and who had accompanied himon [Evening F yet:man,

of the duty of protecting our domestic trates in one nation : it subjects us too muchto maintain themselves on throne borrowing his return homewards across the fields, by -
bj K
industry, and abandonment of it to the fate the legislation and the my for about of mile. yVUT, 1 Iamb
a
policyof that nation i i largely of the present generation in a short cut, a quarter In the course of this l!.

of foreign legislation, would he directly at and exposes us to the influence of her numer- order to lay heavy taxes on the next, and all When first discovered, he was in:>cnsible, but Salt Ponds which are week We VISited Il.

7 war vith leading considerations which prompted ous agents, factors, and merchants. And it future. [Hut I know the French too well to life was not extinct However, frotri the barbarous : pans have been filled for now in operatio 4;
the adoption of the. present constitution 1 : is not in which his skull : some time
among the smallest recommendationsof I that such a be toler- manner had been and with
: suppose system can long evaporation to a
The States respectfully surrendered to the the measure before the Senate that its ated. I know that they have too much affection fractured with stones, some of which lay besides ;:| taken place. There considerable eltent'

General Government the whole power, of lay- tendency will be to expand our commerce with for their offspring to entail upon them a < him, there was no hope of his recovery.He I' the success of thi can be but little doubt*<

ing imposts on foreign gooJs. They stripped ; France, ourgre.it revolutionary ally-tne lundof national debt like that of England, however was conveyed to a neighboring hou-u, been formed in experiment--s alt r hai ;

themselves! of all power to prote their our Lafayette. There is much greater i i artfully incurred. where! he lingered till death relieved his sufferings ,; by solar very considerable evaporation,
ti- own manufactures, by the most efficacious probability of an enlargement of the present j Xo, no subjects are too in the morning. Nothing more is known | unaided b y '
t my sharp sighted : means, on the 'I
Jm: ITS of! encouragement-the imposition of demand for cotton, in Franco, th HI in Great ; to allow the property accumulated for their ot the manner of 'his death. it is evident he 1; In hi

t / duties ..n rival foreign fabrics. Die they create Britain. Trance engaged later in the but whom unknown ponds. the course of our walk, Yie *
: 'tlanat- j children to be mortg-iged' to the Russians was waylaid, by is yet ved ohs
pay a number of cavities in the ;
4 I that trust I Did they voluntarily subject facture of cotton, atd has mule, therefore, f' and English for invading idem, and for the and from the Mate( of fear in vmch every one shore rocks aJon"f

,themselves to this self'restriction, that! the less progress. She has, moreover;no colonies 'j I restoration >f the Vieille Cour des Imbeciles, lives, it is not liKely that an Miibrmer will be' salt.-bordering These cavities on the have salt pond, fills c*

I power s'Muld remain in the Federal Government producing the article in aound, I who found forward. The Archdeacon been o rerj "
!>> inP,, j; may insult them They will after a time to come br: high_ tide and tho water

I :n :,tl\'e, unexecuted, and hfekss'to ?l- whose industry she might be tempted V> enI I m:ke comparisons: between them and me ; had: f for some time been in treaty with his par- ;j t,caporated.1a gathered remaining"off?"

:3Mr.'ali' on, at the commencement of the courage ;.7: j th''v will 1 recollect that the of i i-Lioners for a commutation of his tithes I which is of excellent some
r Gov+Mn n+>nt, tolc otherwise. L. discus 1 1'he honorable expenses my | quality.-Gazette13A
you gentleman from Mm-vhnd I ,, ,! uovenment were defrayed by impost during lie had claimed 1,OUO I. ; but the majority of

'J sinat t that t cai'y period, this very subject.be (General .Smith) by his reply to a'?p serh l i j the war-that: my wars cost Fraive nothing- tithe payers, Protestant as well Catholic; had Young Hero

1 dec'lrd, tint a failure to exercise this power which, on the opening of the subject: of* this; j that I left her in lt one Xapolcon in debt-but resisted,1 the demand. It was in opposition to dinary circumstance; ,-The folIowin! ext

w-juM ue a fr.tud" upon the Northern resolution, I had occasion to mak,j, has rendered t that I enrjrnd, her territory. Such this "laim that the ;,reat meeting of" Hurlcrs"took occurred about aft)
in
t I comparison ago tin family of 3Ir. 1
States: to which may now be aided tile Middle it necessary that should take s-vne notice -, wili r.,t hI'! favorable to the BgurlHm.'hp .;.- I place about a month ago in this neighborhood farmer living at the junction Eagle of l,. ,rcnchiS a res
Western States.
and of his observations. The honor lll +; Drench will them when interfered and
grin cast and their debt from a magistrate I Red Lion roads about
:'t j F;overnor :lltllcrasacdto: what expressionof lleman stated that he had been ,- -used f their eight; n.iles "
a -> shrnders, as In Arabian would read the taint Act. Some of the peasantry city. rota
) Mr.
I"," t..' t. .:\Madison's: opinion Mr. Clay referred; partiality to the manufacturing inter-t"I Vcr stringer wlu should dare to mount him.-any retired ; others obstinately refused ; forty h.'me to spend Eagle the and his wife had ';Ole) I'ro

r -i" and Mr. Clay replied, his opinion expressed was there a and ; night leaving in (the h
moro
t groundless milrious Then: if my son; be in existence, he will bos were apprehended by the police, and finally his of about 12
in the -'ousc of Representatives: in 17 '9, ai' chare: preferred against a calumniat, d in son years of age a ,
'I n In ;net on the throne amidst the acclamations lodged by the military Cloninel: gaol. It ISmuch of the nep
i' reported in Lloyds Congressional Debates.] Since this question has been agitated i i-i th i >f ilm feared ame ace, a daughter of about 8 T
l t ; if he be to bo that the'cnaeful'
people not, France will now .
Gentlemen deceived ; go.Kick ..., ., Pn-rr and a nero hnv..' norm. ,mrl.. ,,k.. L_ ,
t tho ,
I i 'I are greatly as to : public counsels, although I have often hear I c120)'cari --- ,
l : to a ilepu'>lic, for no other hand will spirit of the county ot ripperary) is routed, of ? f wr:
k' ,hold which this system has in the affections of| from him professions of attachment j age. In the evening
to tit- dart st':ZI' a sceptre which it cannot wield. it will not be easily or .speedily! all.iyrd. III children wenij
t- f the People of the United States. They branch: of industry, I have known i; were about retireing fornHtfc
represent never any TheJrlean> branch, though amiable, are too the county of Goncgal loo serious di:-turi.u- !j Mark

IV, that: it is the policy of New England, member a more uniform, deteimined, and uncompromising weak, ha ,' too much of the other Bourbon ces have broken forth. A large military force I the boy came into the room and manifest

t. I: and that she is mot benefited by it. If there opponent of them, than the has most brutal intention towards the rtte! ]
I II disposition, and'ill share the same fate, if been ordered to the barony of Innishweua 'J took loaded 1"

,t h be any part of the Union which has been must I honorable Senator has invariably Jccn. Andif 1 they! do not choose to live as simplo citizens stipendiary rmqistral's was appointed, and j up and a musket which was in ft
room thrcatenned
t. r'if' atcadv, most unanimous, and most determined herealter, the calumn) should be repeated, littler whatever change takes place.' Iwo resident gentlemen appointed as additional I the boys whoboi&i

! in its it is is of his ; played remarkable prosei ce of mind
: \ support, Pennsylvania.Vhy friendship to the American System, I Here tho Tithes and ar
I" emperor paused f for a few mo- magistrates. are said to be the i
the
; through whole
: ; 11nt that powerful State attacked 1-Why Pas shall be ready to furnish: to aim, in the [I pity aiTaircontrivedtOsecon
most; menu: then waving his hand, he exclaimed grand topic of complaint here, as well a, else- j the] musket and forced
t
; the
(
her over, and aim the blow at New England ? solemn manner to his innocence. in youn; ruffian fry
i .: my testimony an animated tone his dark eye beaming where. Two tithe proctors (Michul Doherty, 1! thf

'f ": Kew England came rclu: tantly, into the pol!- The honorable gentleman: supposed!1 \\ ith the! > enthiisiism; .i of Inspiration France of Clenhouse, Clonmony: and Patrick O'- | retired room. After securing the door, the\\Q),:

; icy. In 1S24 a majority of her delegationwas ; that I had advanced the idea that the to their bed and the little girl to Itn:
Hi
p'-roan- once more a republic, other countries will follow isonneil, of Buncrana,) were lately attacked when the

r, r.r oppo>ed to it: From the largest: state oi2Sew 1 nl nt revenue of this country should be fix.-d 1 1i her example. i;.ermans Prus-hns; Poles, in their houses, their windows were broken viol negro r'turned to the door, andrj:
iit threats and
: : England: I+ there was but a solitary vote in i at eighteen millions of dollars. Certainly I Italians : imprecations began tafi
Danes
Swcedes and
i.i and Russian*, will various otheir mischiefs done to th-j two i! i it with
.: \t 1 + favor of the bill.! That enterprising people had no intention to announce such an opinion, join the crusade of liberty They will arm wellings. a heavy instrument witch b
t:hrouijh the
can readily acromodatc their industry: to any nor du ;, t: imply : pannel and was making h'
my expressions t'aiily interpreted, against their sovereign.who; will be glad to 'i'hc pounds of the latter at Buncrana, was into the !
. poliov, provided it be settled. They it. I stated the occasion referred room, when young Eagle who had'
uppothis ,
1 { on toe maku confession of some of their rights, in forcibly broken open, and a number of pigs musket
side
f of his
t tt s bed was fixed, and they submitted to to that, the along bed, and ;
estimating ordinary reverie of the: Older wascoq
to minor (seized and coniined
lf 1 pieserve a authority over them mere fir lyric) were setfree.
t watching the'Jperation
. 41 m of t? j'crnl1lent.nd the of at live took deliberate alnj
millionand
c'rees progress country twentv tht i- a !
subjects they will) them The is
-- ; grant same spirit : peryadini the barony the
representative : ; villain
tt' I and shot him
14 public opinion hrs knIt pace with the development nonnt of tho duties on the ; through the hrer
unprotect.-d articles chambers of
II and style themselves Constitutional Ei i is ; and notices, signed by 31rs. of which wound
i of th. benefits of the Now he died in a few
IH system. proposed to he repealed by the resolution i, Kings possessing a limited er- Alt,*' have been served on individuals who hours
pon coroner's
i t j :1 all New England at least in this douse, at seven millions, the latter sm:; taken from thus the leudel system will receive its death were known to be inclined to tithes and inquest was held upon the t 00.> ,,
'1:1 t 'xvith the of still ill 'oicr the former pay peace- found the facts as we have related tkij
?' exception one sin : ) would Iravo eighteen.: Hut I
,: ,J' I i is: in favor of the >)'; In 1824 all! \Mary ntent. ut inti'inte! : any belief that the revenue of th dissipate at the first appearance ot thy sun of who; openly declared: their disregard of these Del Jour. "IULTX'S

'. : land was against it, now, the majority is t for ountry outfit, fur t:5 lut.mre, te) be erut, but mandates
!.I ,I Pneatly a- liberty ; things will not cod there ; the had their corn scatered at night about LEAP. 1
; f it. Then, Louisiana, with one exception, fixed ,it tint! OJ any oth-r sum heel of revolution will their
I jrccisc not stand :;tdi! at this stackyards, and Mr. Loughry had On the 25th of April 1762
i :U was opposed to it ; now, with ut one exception I slued that c.fic 1' hi\ini cff"ctrd llenjamm: Fa: i
so great a point the impetus will be increased in :a tin fold his nr\v house totally pulled down, to convince left[ the Stockade above the

1 t I shy i is in favor; it. The march of punt reduction, wo .niuiit II cats<', caiittou iy snrvc y ratio, and the motion will be accelunitod in him that he dare not resist Mrs. Alt's hawa River, (now Point Pleasant mouth of 6s I

lie sentiment is to the South. Virginia w.li the vvhol Ya.} a

I &Id diii:
grouiiM )eratelv dekrwllll'
t I ItJ I proportion. warning \\ith impunity. Mr. Doherty of Mutt' crossing the Kenhawa, he followed
bo the next convert an-J], in I has' thaneven I other a path fa
; ; : upon tniMsuics of red !iction, some ofwhich ; \\ hen the also
-Ifit people recover a part of their displeased th-j peasantry of his neighborhood led up a point to the tcp of a hill about Hi

j years, if there: be. no obstacles from political I indicated.! And 1 new -ay, prcservtthe rights as men. they will become elevated: I by enclosing part of a common at Glen- vile below the Keubavva in pursuit ofastt

A :t causes, or prejudices in lustiiously in-tiiled, protectixe M*.-tern in full vigor live us with the have to-.lipr .
; :
: : ; victor/ they achieved, and hail \'- ;; adjoining his property. They levelledj horse.-As he approached the hill hew
y h' the majority of t Eastern Virginia' ; : will Uc, a.s the pron-eds: of the public domain for illtcrual1n1jW'Cmc.t tasted thsweets of ,
: l g freedom, they wili, j tent; at night, also razed a pound newly seen by three Indians then the

:I;! the fiujority of Western Virginia: now i i-., in or, 'ii y HI plu.ise, partly i fortIlt. L become clamorous: for a larg r portion. i hus built on his own ground. care oily concealed themselves on and topia

favor of the 11111 Joan System. North Carolina ; .: r- may LJ of th- l li "'C blacks, with thir own will the States and Principalities of Europe bush until ht reached lajiaa-

L will follow hter, but not less cert-iinly.: consent, troui thc! United States ; a.d, t1 lorone 't be in a continual ferment perhaps for( some State of GaInaThe following letter who had fired the top when twooftta f
we arms at him. One ofts
t Eastern 'I'emn-s-ce is now in favor of the sys 1 have no objection to tho rcdu+'tluca! oi" 2 like the earth
I I years- heaving: mall directions: received this day from a very worthy and sensible baH pas ad through his clothes and toucH

.' tem. And finally its: doctrinesili pervade thi- public revenue: to tii"teHt, to thirteen, or even previous a to an earths I'u-\kc: ; ut length the com- i clergyman, the Rev. Mr. I oghlan belonging but did not bury itself in his
i
the whole Union, and the wonder Mill be, to nine millions of dollars. uustiblc! will right hlpfci
have
matter vent, a tremendous 1 to a Friary near Portumma.: It gives other m-ssed him.
;t' Finding their fire hsdle[
th-1 they! $hould have been ed.I .
; evAr : oppJ. [Tobs Ciiii'i-t.l! will
| explosion Cl1sut'-tIH J lava
of
ingtand'suanktuptcy a melancholy! and indeed a frightful picture inefFrctu::! they seperated two of them roar
hive to objections
to notice
now proceed feome will overspread the world j of the state of this of (,r and
:: over- | part always The occupying the only passps by whirl.
which have been the
urged against: From the Liverpool Mercury. whflmog: Kings and aristocracies, but ce- i j J English reader will see with surprise irom this could re-ascend the hill in the direction ofi(
Mi. resolution under id'-ration. With
t I''I cun respect NAPOLLOJV& PiiOPiihCV.AVe ; venting the demuciatic interest :as it flOWi.--1: statement, that many of the Catholic! clergy, Stockade; and die other made at him. Tfa

I, to the amendment, .'.hich the gentleman; from readily accede to the request of a correspondent iilist: ut, Las Cases, that as from whom carne; of our British contemporaries areso surrounded he was left with other sltera
no
S. C. had Oifercd, hehollt.l say nothing, asfie I by inserting; the following article, planted in the soil which encrusts the tide of J t: fond of misrepresenting, might speedily five but to fall into their hands

V. } has intimated hi3 purpose to inorlifv it. It : which will be perused with deep inters t a is Etna and Vesuvius, the most delicious rein c }I 5 become the victim.of their efforts to preserve leap down a huh precipice of as rocks a pnsnocn 006
:
,1 is contended' that the resolution proposes the' conveying the opinions or anticipations of one is Obtained, so shall: the lava of which I spvak, : fire peace. Let our Esteemed," and north side of the hill[ fronting the Ohio Rtt

i L; fC pral of duties on luxuries, leaving those on : of the most extraordinary( that livedin to be the soil which '
J men ever prove only in the tree of|, t th; parties which he represent reflect on Acquainted with of the' Indians a
I It'J necessaries to remain, and that it will, there : the many
tide of time.
It is not obvious will take firm and '
very lou liberty these and
permanent root.- j things, come to a candid conclusion knowing their feelings towards him teK
fore, relieve the rich, without lessening the -, whit sl'ould have her-n excluded from tin! May it !florish for You if ,
e satisfied
'I ago perhaps, consider they can :- th it if he fell into their hands&1

1 I burthen of the poor. And the gentlemanfrom English edition oi Count Las Case:; Journal, :; these sentiments strange and unu-ual ; hlJoRTD1.llOtL.\ CONVENT, January 23, ,certain it not a lingering; death awaited fc

-outli Carolina has carefully selected as similar predictions! of the result of the they are mine, hot, 'vt I In
system r. was a republican, 1832. this awful l :
predicament, he stood ponifa
i
I t for Hid,crous effects, a number of the unpro which has been but fate and the
:
pursued of
:t i by EuropeanCabinets opposition Europe made "My dear Sir,-Nothing can exceed the over his melancholy condition, without& !]
tected a ticle co-metics, perfumes, oranges, for the last quarter of a have me an I Emperor I now
i century am a spectator of disturbed state of this part of tho country. defend himself until the Indian had n
&c. I must say, that this exhibition of the : been made public without reserve. The writings i- the future. *'
On 13th
the of this month two armed come to him
I men i up when he summoned up r.
entlcmnu inot in with the
candorwhifh
keeping of Paine
B Horn i'ooke and
,c f 1 other authors one with a pistol and the other with a blunderbuss i lotion and commenced a rapid retreat t01l1
4 f he has; generally displayed ; that hefcnaws on the subject of our li.mncial Inrebrr' Northern
system, Antiquities is be this the brink
to came to Convent to serve me witha of the precipice hotly .-u db!:
well that the duties pur
: I' very upon those articles must bo familiar to all well found
our informedrrader the instance
: : are trifling, and that it is of little consequence following literary application Terry Alt notice, ordering me under pain of Indian. :\ruw>d there he did not hesitat''P"
s which taking all circumstances into death not to leaped down '
;i preach against them ; for on every the precipice, passing throoil
whether
: they are repealed or retained. Remarkable
! prophecy of the Emperor Napoleon consideration, is perhaps without parallel that I said branches
, Both the American and ;- Sunday mass at this chapel, I top of a:3mall11uckey tree, heJulDf
! tI systems, articles which foreign as regal ds England: France, ilusia: "Haas Sack was born in Nuremberg, in i464; I j always advised them to abandon that untotunaM r- sixty five and a halt feet before he react ed

, comprehend some may and other European States. he was oft e tradeofa shoemaker and 1 and
acquireda ground
; disgraceful system which they ; recovering as soon as Possible
j be deemed luxuries. The Senate knows that + got
jJ J the articles which the [Being a suppressed passage from both bare rudimental education reading and i' up in this country. Most fortunate tor them made three other leaps thetirst seventeenfc

t unprotected yield principal French and English Editors of Count; Luses' iiS writing; but being instructed by the master j i I had been from home. They met at the hail- the second seven and the third eleven if
l of the with
which this '
I' part would revenue, Journal. ] : singers ol those days in the praiseworthy art' door, one of the gentlemen ot t this house, at which took him nearly to the base; oftiwf

measure dispense, are coffee tea, spices In less than fifteen years from the present of poetry he at fourteen began the practice and whom one of the diabolical ruffians discharged He then ran to the Ohio River plungfd *
wines and siUs. Of all these -
article
time said the
Kmpuror Napoleon to me one continued to nnkeversesand shoes, and playse his pistol, but thanks be to God, without the water, and undertook to swim across'
and silks alone
3 wines : can be pronounced to be day, as aye stood viewing the sea, from a rock and pumps, boots anti books, until the seventy- effect ; their next attack was on the steward finding the water \"crycold, and tMtIndians '
,
luxuries ; and, as to wines, we have already which overhung the road, the whole Eu roseventh of the At this time he
I ratified year age. tookan whom they pursued around the house, and I had not pursued him, he returodthe

a treaty not let promulgated, by pean system will be changed-revolution will inventory of his poetical stock in trade and believe would have shot him were it not that shore, ran up re-crossed the ie
whicb the duties them be
considerably
on to
arc succeed revolution, until every alien befound according! to his own narrative that his he secured himself in the barn. I have not in a small canoe and soon arrived attba c!:1
reduced. If the of
the
universality use comes acquainted with its individual rihts.-:: works filled 32 volumes of written words how ade. The
to distance of each toes
of of determines songs express grateful we feel to Mr. leap was ]
objects consumption their
classifications; cffec Depend upon it the people of Europe will lot 208 comedies tragf: >dics and farces (some of Singleton, our chief magistrate here; for his by the late Col. Lewis of Virginia and C
tea, und apices, in the submit
be
to
condition of civilized governed by these bands of which extended to seven acts), 1700 fables, kindness and attention to us on the occa ion. Boon of Missouri who were at the St

present: necessaries. Jiwa society if may becon.iJcred petty sovereigns-these aristocratic cabi tales and miscellaneous poems and 73 de'Otional. That worthy man has succeeded in apprehp.nfHng at the time. From the fall of the a\'tJ,
they wereluxurious .
military and love ; making a total four villians who autumn to thcir
songs
j should he nets.I were sworn to murder budding in the sp
why not poor, by cheapening was wrong in re-establishing the order of of 904S pieces great and small! Out of those he the Rev. Mr. Sheil parish priest of Trina precipice can be seen b) boatmen des<<
their if that
prices bo .uircted ,
be allowed
; ,
nobles
in France
; but I did it to give splendor culled as as tilled three folios'which the Ohio <<;
:, them. many massy whose "brother was killed by the Terry Alts River, from a great dLStan .
f) use Why should not ,
a poor to the throne and
refinement to tic manners were published in the 1553-54 since
; years last summer.I ever that occurrence it has
;
bf. allowed tie silk 't
I his man neck to a handkerchief on of the people, who were fast sinking inand another edition beingcalled for he increased am. Sir, yours, &c. from them the appellation of UiHNotwithstanding / '
occasionally regale himself with i a to barbarism since the
revolution. The remains it to -; volumes folio by an abridgment CORNELIUS D. COGHLAN."P. the extraordinarymade eI
lass of French vine
cheap or present hi y of the feudal "
will vanish of his other works.
system before after
S.-On the night of last the leaping down the preCipid
Friday ,
wife with silk
or daughter a to be the
4 go-vn worn sun of knowledge. The people have only Lord Byron's Mary.-The New York Mercantile 20th mst. two Terry Alts were shot dead by which enabled him to effect his asCII'!
on Sabbath or gain days I 1 >
that i do not misconstrue the am quite sure to know that all emanates from themselves, Advertiser states that this lady, whosename the police, when in the act of taking arms were not made without considerable d

heart, in supposing filings that he of would thegentleman's _in_ order_ A.u to assert_._ uu.their. rights.to' ,a share, in theirrespective .. was. Musters. -, died- at Wiverton Hall, from n house situntp..1----.---- within.. ....... fu"n...., ..,.,...!..?.,.... Jt t for some time his life was despaired ). .
governments. i ms will be me near IJigham aged 4U, auout the 20 he re$
February. Eyercourt. I have not words finally recovered. He is now a '
:be the I to explain t the
happy to see poor, as well as the rich, caso even, with the boors of Russia ; yes, : She .V is the Mary Cbaworth whom Lord miserable state of this unhappy Citizen ofGreenup County br. He *l.; j
neighborhood
moderately indulging themselves! in these inoccnt Las Cases, you may live to see the time but Byron so ardently loved and whom and f*
1 so many of and unless something is done five yeais of age he i< kocn, active

: > to see gratifications.the condition For of tbu one, 1 am delighted I shall be cold in my grave, when that colos- the most::; exquisite poems of his youth were ad- for the restoration of peace, we immediately will be obliged ly-mirthful jolly and gay. lIe enjo/.F

the consideration of he I poor attracting sal, but ill-cemented empire will be spilt in'o dressed. On the occasion of the tacking of to leave the countr}.-(Dublin Even fectly) good health ave some occ. }f,'

opponentof tho tar as many sovereignties, perhaps republics Colwickhall by the rioters iu October he t
iff. It is (for the as: last, lug Post. pains in his back and !hips which \
I great body of the :
People, and there are tribes which compose it. Mrs. Musters was at home, and took refuse I suit (rom the injury he received whence
for the tha -
,I '' especially poor, 1 have ever supported After a few more prospects of Europe, his in the shrubbery. Since that periou she has Frightful I occurrences in down' thi- precipice of rotk: After tltfnf
the American Donegal.V
System. It affords them e
Majesty thus continued : Never was a web never recovered her health. have been just informed 1705 it was ascertained from some
profitable employment and supplies the upon highly respectable r
of subsistence means more artfully woven over a nation than that We saw a paragraph going the rounds ot the authority that several crowds of ladians who came into P-tPeasa :
comfortable it
peasantry had
secures
to horrible
debt which envelopes the people of papers some two or three months ago, that assembled in mingled, with the whites that ain sor
various of the barony
them, certainly, necessaries' of life, manu- } parts bet
It
nglqnd has been the means of enrich Mary Chaworth was murdered in her them and exteoswjTon
factured at home, and places within their the own of Innishuwen yesterday, and having formed theg among qed
ing all former house the riots cha
aristocracy beyond example during and her fate was brought a determination to resist the future authority of those who bad
reach, and enables them to acquire, in payment whO
a rea- any country ; whilst it has at the same tune, forward as another instance of the ui timelyend of tithes "that they had fired on a white roan
the residence i :
sonable share of luxuries whilst tho proceeded to o .J
foreign
; aroused many powerful frit nds to the Government of of Lord of roc**
many Byron's early friends. Michael Doherty, an extensive and tithe I on the top of a high precipice ,
of the gentleman them agent ]
system promises necessaries as there are individuals who receive interest The statement therefore proves to have been fanner, whose I I he took wings and flew off.f ,
n absence left tlu-
made in they
foreign countries and which ,
for
: that
so incorrect but f
money extravagantly squandered ; we can now only tfay 'of her, peremptory orders t for him to refrain from collecting Dullness"like 01,loses nOD'
are beyond their power and denies to them magneti!;
I to crush l liberty in other countries ) but] "aho was*"
tithes wr.tajea of any kind ; and what power by !imparting its virtues:






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-FLORIDIAN; : the their Committee evil tenaency. will throughout not report upon the cwinlrv the memoriaL I think Question* proposed to Sir. Edmond John I I pect< of a crop caving been almost destroyed I

If the law Foratall, one of the ,
is enforced proprietor of the Louis- Shenff'3 Sale.
according to their view of ::; by) the causes above mentioned. We should I" ,
Ag Ul m It, the reti.edy is a plain' iana Sugar Refinery. : : By i V irtne of an hx:;''. lSssted
. one-to bring the law think however tint i ji had been better to by a Justice de
before $
the .ludieiar delay \ I shall
peace,
" Question L -How long have :.xp-i 10 1S1t1.( to the
been hich-st
: "TTESDAY MORNING. MAY s. I am your most operation / you in that proceeding yet a little. Within a few days : bid ie. in front of the Capital in the City of Talla.,
hassee
t the of the -n Saturday thJ
pa. temperature weather has become day of JW $
JOS. -
M. next
WHITE. Answer. We Lot
commenced No. 144
authorised to boiling on the vernal; and it be hoped he In the additknnl! pail of the Ci
2_ \V arc announce -:ooooooM. : 1st Feb. 1S32. may earth Tallahassee, levied on to r of
satisfy
m VAL, *. MJf, us a Candidate to represent I Berfhier de Sauvigny Paris, a man of Q. 2. How will not long remain unblessed with refreshing vo of TurLnnt R. Betton, Commissio Execution in fir -
-
;Clunty m the next Legislative Council. rank and fortune, distinguished fir the violence have rmltcd 1 many hogsheads of sugar showers. All is not lost that is in danger. win, .-levy made and returned.to'a'ainst me

ol Ins opinions! as a friend of legitimacy has been I' you I A good warm rain, in addition to the favora a Constable, sale to commeiwre within the hours by

,.-1- \\ E arc authorized to announce G EO. T. recently imprisoned, under a charge, havino- I' A.-330 hogsheads from the 1st to the 18, blebruary. e change in the temperature, would Hy law. JAMES BRYAN Jr. prescribed
; cand date to Leon produce !
j'j), : a represent County made attack F Sheriff'
: an Leon
:
the
County.
,
LC"I.l.1u\'c touncil.In upon King and Queen, while I a surprising t fleet in retrieving the appearance Tallahassee April tOrh 132.
th e IIC.L they were Q. 3. Have 34 ids.
walking in --
am arm across the great I you employed any foreign of the grain ti'ldand resuscitating theo hopes .
court of the palace, which is tA.No Sheriffs' Sale.
a public thorough- sugars .
nuthorizt'll A EXA.I F p
to
WE arc announce Tare for
carriages, by attempting to run his Ca : none whatever.Q. By: Virtue of an execution issued
J\lt'J 1>, K!qa candidate to rl'pres'nl adbr iolet : Peace by a Justice of
pli: nj Hamilton Coun.it-s in the next Legislative over them and addressing them in abusive 6.-What price have paid heretofore I shall expose to sale to the highest
you < uicr in
i*,n a angiiage. He has, however addressed a letter for Louisiana ) front of the Capitol in the City of Tallahissce -
Council- to the public, in which he declares that the sugars ? on Saturday the 2d day of June next. Lot. -

oovouooou11IttridofDAIDS. counter was purely accidental, the ren A.-5 and 6 cents, according to the qual-! ; N of o. 103, situated tn the additional part of the City ,

floG EI ; is not yet concluded :ion that the "whole affair is a expresses miserable opin- rty. I I favor Tallahassee of Turbutt, levied R. on to satisfy an Execution in

1'he Court h.IS 0\cr-rltl the motion in arrest of judnJwill -- I to deprive him of his liberty," and, submits pretext the fol- Q. 7.-What are the present prices of hanna -I David B. Butler, levy Bettor-nide and, Commissioner reft.ned in, ainst

mint,\ this morning hear Jic motion for a new I lowing as the facts of the case: "While driving a va sugars in the market i Constable, Sale within the hours pre
r. 11 ar'ucd. cabriolet acrose the Carrousel I saw a person i in a A.-Whites can be bought at 10 cents, JAMESBRYAN Jr. '

-:oooooo:- plain frock coat with a lady under his arm walking and we have been offered browns at 6 3-4 Married. I Sheriff Leon County.
is increasing in i before me in the Tallahassee, April lOih 1832. 34
CHOLERA LonJon-.c'rcnty- same direction with ids.
THE As this myself. cent In Gad den Comity <> i hur.suay List, by John P __ ,.
casc-> were reported on the 1tlt of March |person did not approach the houses in Neule Ir. .
lrcC1e" der or- r Questions propounded to :Mr. Juhn George Ksqr. ISHNJAMIN A NFiLi. .\ to Miss. Sheriffs' Sale. :
Jcuth 0 give me room to and .MAUTliA A.J.VUIGHT.
pass, as horse become .
flr-lll1: my -
.cd -:000000- impatient I called out repeatedly with a loud I: one of the proprietors of the Louisiana refin- _:_,t. ----- li ly'Virtue of two Executions issued by a JUSMCO
the
THE CIIr.olar.1t is &tat d that there is a probe : voice as I approached) the parties, and was increa- ery. 11tuJJbtt: i rmtnti- e> b.dder in Peace front of, I the shall expose to sale to the hiche -
sing i the of cries Question 4.-II-ive ever refined foreign I Capitol in the City of Tallahassee -
energy
c'wn' tliat a treaty \\iilshortly be conclude! with the my ofgare, are, when you on Saturday the 2d day of June
the whom I / : next, Lot
personage did
terkic s,fur the cession oftlicir lands.\tllithcr renioav not then recognise re- sugars A Inlni-stratorJs : JNo. 131, and 131, in the additional part of the
; tired to the rig 1 t. On his turning I observed an .\.n wcr.-I have; been a partner for fiveycars .L of Tallahassee, levied on to satisfy two Executinns City
oftLt I :! sIJ1pi.
\1J \ t'st enormous three-colored cockade in his hat bv in one of the mo-t extensive relinene I'-" ijLj towi ly ut P"1out- in favor of Turutt R. Betton, Commissioner njra'iist

which I was led to believe that it was no other )Jin London and have worked ), .Li .he nUtIICl 4If l..C uic l.JwanJ \V ilham Cameron, levy made and retured to me by t
Sini a
nt of GEX. ROL--TOX on Mr. STAXCEIUIT thousand Constable t
: many
Tbc tlnn the .. Sale
Louis ,- to Commen"p-within
King: Philip. I then continued 5' u1t..1'1 'mal property of the deceased and the hours 1
a Mcnilit-r! ol .Vtn.tt-; I* -undergoing a rigid iav.:-M.- m.\ route without having either overturned, him | hogsheads' of >'est India, and larger quantities JSeg.oV. omen : i crms, Credit><>us and,arrwndCt.'UI t o I scribed by law. JAMES BRYAN Jr. pro .

v.3 JOfl! :'iiht1) 1 i .us.f: Itq.rl'SI \ \rS-'FhC subjectiJ'iU. L. i. crushed him or even bespattered him." of Last India and other sugars. S .tl s icquireu. uiilitr! I.anl.Ulars on day: of Sheriff Ix-on County. ;
.' Q.( 5-At the hile, whichiil bo rn Tallahassee, April; 10h; 183- 34 '
uuirJi merest, mid appears to be the tn- present price of Louisiana L Tuesday the tenth day of July tds. :

'j'1 Wuliiiig: on. Office of the Colonization and foreign to which would n-jxt. -.J .
;: ; \ Society, t sugars you give Sheriff' Sale. :
iI"0
THU
Washington, i'eb. loth, 1832. ) the preference for the purpose of refinery i MayS, 1832 3S>IAISON, Adm'r.8w B Y Virtue of .m exrcution issued by a Justice It J

\\ .hIJlSGTOX, April 13, 1S32.PrtR To the Editor ol the Ili' bmond Enquirer. A.-At present prices, I decidedly prefer he Peace, shall expose to sale to the burliest ,

''r.-Knowing the anxiety oi jhse im< 10tn :- SIR :-I take the liherty of onrlo.insr, ftrpuh1ic'alion. the Louisiana sugars i'lw I result irom prime: Marshals *ale. J i uuder in front of the Capitol in the City of Tallaliossce .t :

!, and c ,JIN 'ieiiiigfljc importance of the Canal betufcntlx. of letter Louisiana has been : Y7'Hlue on Saturday the 2d day of June next, Lot ; '
l a copy a addressed tome sugar fully equal to thai I : ol u writ 01 jieri facias N o. 59 in the additional ot the

Arr\lJrhie"la and St. Andrews Bay, 1 h.If .\, bv' apt. \"m. \bch who left the -.. olony of t any oth:'r descriptions, 1 have ever refined. .. u<,u iroin the Clerk ulhco ol'meoi f', Jc'it'dn to satlsfy'm part Execution City in of favor Taila.has of' }

; ienm < l'"ri; to m't a I Ml! from the Committee <.1Jr'frnnl of Liberia on the 27, i recember. Feb. 24, 1832. '"'. .eon coiuuv, 1 niiail Uli ;.uttrttay uie&i utJcnur June; I Tiirtmtt It. BL non, CommisM'-'m, against Ilrlert! 11

I : I Improvi-nit in toaid in its con:!runi. n-IiCoiliti \ I F nlire confidence! imy be placed in the The joint committee, fully imprc- IIcX ., ill Iroiitot'lhcCuuri House, in ini City ol"lalace C J. Harkley! levy made and returned to mr by a 1.
:: 'fl to the thousands (f has. proceed loseli lurUaj h to thle-Sale within the liou.-s .*rilx d
applications for Hoatl of .ed > me higue-si bidder, prrs by I IV'.
s lament s wuhihe
Canals! I Capt. Abels, who is \\vll known:I importance arising fioui :a i>- \Voniaa named live, and her turt-e J.:-31 :.SBRAN, Jr.
ana ,Congress by a singular and unfitriumil mutallo
in Philadelphia, tho place of his residence,, stth an investigation, does not feel i itnecessary cnilUrin, also, A iNe;ro.Man nameil CU uJu- -levied S nil Lon Count Z_ ,

COEWCIKC: tlf'cms was obliged to :ransfcr all I hvp :I. and much respected for \u,< integrity and pi- bv any conv.nc-utary; ; to elucidate 0.i as the property ot uldmunu Doyle, deceased, to sat,- -Tal! .hasser, ApriflOtt I f I I--J3-2. 34 "uJs.Sherifls' t
0:1111': ;aj'1it'ttim.! : l't'p.J.ts, and n.'so!unions it-la-I I i ioty ,InC'\'It.ltUou ill lavor of John ;
ety. Very rosp.'ctf, po tjv--: (acts \\ hiciipeak for them u. ufl"'o.L es. :at lc t tBy
i.ai lours aiul rivt %behes. 1..LhU 1.aL Sale.
tr.: in rs, Jo that Committee, 'hid I .
Sir, .vour faithful! ser't s l"h 1 1.Kfi-t attention has been iours.THOS.. Virtue ,.f
givento E8TOX
executions issued
l.c.rl'iof.e wire < \\iinhicd by the [. 11. GUKLEY. this i submit. and the joint cdmmitteesincerely f the Peace, I shrill
sr.\i b< tlyiresla:rjjerii> under the of S>ivlarsnal, AJ. U. i. expose to sale to the high- ,
U\fU IJ\'rJ11JIJors ;;nf this weight; WASHINGTON, i'eb. 10, 1S32. believe, that the hopes conceived ol I May 1, 1S32. id* J b I. dcr in front of the Capitol in the city of T has.r : -
i".t.JIM'qllcl\re ---- -
-- h'1
enlnrecdjumo DEAR SIR. such and I -- I. .n 'al1l1lb: ) the 2d da} ol June next, I." I
va-t meritorious -3
< a. The system i is jjoins don n, and this hti: -Having ;just arrived in thr United ,' a undertaking as !! liE! CARRIAGE and liurnc&s; N". i>7, and lon, iu the ndditioral part of th(' Ci-y

movement in connecting it with; hnrlx: ) ,rs and cr.njKirc > Statesfrom: the Colony of Liberia, to'1which :i of Kdmond John J' ur tu.1 and .i 001::1 .r..._.. ... i .. .. .lic..k,t> i '.t' Tal: 'ha"! .'j, levied on to satisfy two execuiior in i
pluc1 I ent as Mt. of George, L.sqrs. are lul.y realized: .Jv .ii 1' ., lltlilll I- fivor ,.f Turbutt R. Betton Commi i.ner
!: is tor::vcit support, jMilitical and constitutional.l tei the SeliDoner hog- ; 1 U.tii i: iUii 1.1 i", v..irt i itiCt-aiU n-.a ist.
The prtleni >n ufthe'etnlhe! inricisrd and il.: ]'\Iur 1 !arpt Mercer. and where I ron ninc-d I j j heads of Minar: have been melted iroui the ist j i ito jt.iiy ud l :'I. aiaiaj.cr; \\Ito u autitun&cu :tu s>cli I C James Vanhorrr, levy made and re'urnrd lit me "J-y a

creaSI! :: application, for new impr''\ men's, and li:1!:-I I I 13 dayn, during which time I wa.-daily-on: the 18th of r ebru try ; a it appears by ihj I i I Ii :I i tin.ig.ni(I.p.U t.na Cixit.i, or lur Casii, l"nku, t 'i .no yru..- I I s-riijcd table-dc: by 1.1JA"to commence ES wi BRYAN hin th ,hours Jr. pro ,
apjiacdiiuii lu ue inaile i.i .Mr. ,
ep1)nsiU" If the Exorr.tivr all shore, and carefully observed tlie i !1 m.: .wr giveu to the >ecoud question u. SheritF
j-riMiU co.isjiiie ticc Mute of t nf-J [ propoim- II JtJjL.LiLitIi.. l'L..A\-11 '. Le"n County "
J Ctura) all such fi ij'Cts. In this s t'ic ofihinrs: I I f fairs, anti f enquired into th<' condition of the ;| d. d. the t omrnitte has <:. Ood reason to oclicvc !I May t1, la.j-2. 3S, li 'I 1' lh.! :a"sf'f'pril 10 f b 1832. 3-1 1 tds ,,

la'c cniitkretl; it l I.-:tt r to draw! a bill, and have it l people I \enture to state some facts in re- :: that the double of that amount, "r t Ica"t StMJ I: ,

11.lrlt.uc.c'y\ is>clt: in t\lie, S< IKVC to stand on its own j jmcriTs I irard to the circumstances and prospects of 1/: h-iiisheads of sugar will bis cu>uy melted m .cl J" : : : : :1.V. i: : NEt.IU.ES.-UIl Muiduy '
: l.e
; n 'I will I
antI t'" betikrn. upy' ii.;*e1f uncomeete'l with! I i the Colony. On the 1-ith December, I arri- i the same period of eighteen days, WHen th- .. .tl .I 'z ; itU tIU tt,ii ,_ .t Mo.ricello, in the ci.umy nrX1 of fFerson e sohl, 23 at i.

any utl/rs-ti'''! ,;-U'hotl'cr we fchall succeed in tlr'stiaj I ted ; and on the loth, went on shot c and ;j if proprietor of a.l; refinery will nave give.n to ,,. tiyii. i li.
Ti\"t I\ :- ;"r'JIII"I\ali't polite and friendly !! i it all the perfection it i is susceptible of.:-LJS. an.viliiin itijUi.cU iiic lo | res.ni.: lliein, t1u) aitilicnitcatt.u, I >r.iham J. Jalx.ll iect-ased.! Ttrnis made
I t IIH1e Jrc.cn'.1MJ l
la.v ill ,ji
hy t>r LILy t. DC lorev.r known
; ft 1 n'r.. J HON of Lf'UiNiana: on the day of Sale.
will in'roilm-i
: l Y. Mer.] Adv.APPKARANCL.
I It. maijner: by thc Governor, I >r. Mechlin, arrcd. Ut..' J.ji. i'liUit 1U*',. ""
.\' "ill. I am :rLi.i l to sec tint! UHr own people haerat who JOHN. GAMBLE, Executor. '
j
Aunua.iwriii.ur.
introduced
me to the Minister*; and : '' :, h IS32. .
principal 'II I'' : 213
tds.
iht-ir hiniliW! to tIle! ,.1J' el before they caLled onJlefUMS. rLilahas-cc I Aay8, l'i2.fL Of .
Sw
iishn it.Ult.l OF THE DEAD. o.1J {
I :she oiom.-ts appeared rjn 1 sale of negroes above advertised is posti'oiid 1
I TIlt' biB I proprtbts a il >nati"noften, s.-'>- ;'I to be in "ood tl.alth.I II! trtv I in It frequently happens that the feature* of CAR D.-Dr. yntill Monday the i8h day of June next : -n. :
'isofmui; to 'he located in quarter sections. If thecasijwnvsi expectations 1IH.i.viJ-1 / John! B. Taylor, whtczt! Jay they wil be sold: to the highest bidder, at
the dead U.dr :
regard to the of retain entire torm anti .t: ._
: ; 1"l'11l( jol l town site the lots u ill: soil fur : aspect thing.the health I ; tVom Batiiniiire,) rc s j'cntuhy; tF rs ln-, at-r\ic I's MonMcello in the County of JtlFerson. Terms of
50 or K3* tii--usindd.: \llars-The arsenal on the ri\cr harmony) oider, contentment: industry: anoitcr.tl (j i t ual likeness for many years alter th ir uunal. u> L iIIZb.sllfTaJl.\h\', i".llts vicinity, in I IC sale Calh. I

*'uiai.i l .(Ufhio iis importance. :prosperity of the :settler, .ire more I Experience, however hts provcdtu.ttonunex- Practice ot'Mcdicine, hur t-ry, rtiid Midwifery.Tr"is JOHN G. GAMBLE. Executor. !

I j I| than renliz-'d. here ;re about 00 posure to the air f for some minutes, dust teiuins: O.'tire is UCXL door to .Vr.! K. 15. P rkill'S Dru. Store May 1st, 1332. tds ;
buildings I
: si m Kttcrs frnm all .
my parts the coun'ry, ,' (.:Ilr.T. iLLS !5enuinc VACCINE A 1'TEIl.I -
tnd hu: '" so in.iny n inplaints of short answers &.C. in the i.0i\n of .ilonrnvh, ( Xtrnciing aon: .r," i! to du-'t a2ain. The ibilo lug circumstances: T.Ilal..1S""l'; ', I-' 3 4w $; GO RE'tVARD.

that in fiKiirt I Inn!1 write all the puLlic news to the 4 np" JMcsurndo, nut .ar rom a n.ilc and i occurred at the* intcrment: of the body ot[ !

{<>r fut'lic-ati-.a.( To answer all satisfactorily! would you::; a quarter. Mo- t ol the>e ar" :"ood, subst m- j t llobert 1zrnthe poet, sometime in the year MASONIC.THE I STOLEN.

n-qutrt i.afs: many Clerks as are employed l'I y the tial lioii-o'- and storts, (tht first story in many i 1815, for the purpose of being entombed beneath A MEMBERS I of FROM b..o. n-. 4f' on ., i-Jit of the 21st i

L-v>iat: O'.iacil, '>r to coine duwn, at l I.."st Jib astsv of th.Mii b.in%;; stone,) ;nd some them handsome I- a splendid mounment. /bfr 1 JACKSON: LODGE ,sci Lc.-ti.ere/'OoA'jET BOOK,-Contauiin -
; \ Xo. I I .
ninvnine Dollars: in
: :; biils; =, nv '.ly S !!th
; : .. ire tmjiloytd Con painted, and w.lh Yenitian: Asa report had been spread that the prin- "' 'J wilt
by I' s.'e Lallllv hlitld"-I; j "St< J'f| : '\j niectnt the late resul nre Carolina notes,-Also, till t fitlluviinz: notes ot hand '
fr<. uni\ Iiiiink they Lad tigi.t, one fur every two Nothing struck me a< m-rc rcnuulia 1 j 'cipal cofiin was made of oaK, a hope was en- : 'SiS.a-SSV. of 1 -irWurthy Brother Tho- together with sundry Ileet's. itc. *:t.., the abovt lll-

i..<';n "i'i IK rei i>a::'iin a iltnciency of appropri.itna ttw great M-peri uty in intelligence, sianntrCOOVCrlt : ... 'jtertaiued that it would be posmle to transport X''V-rX-::4..;jc'T' ''"'felJ PSC"tjiC' !S ina i-jfjji' 'I. Handler ill, ,taiif ,on Saturday' ether with a few u..ILir 111 small Chuiie was taken .

'! >I lx,n. 1 laid! the (Ji-vcnmr's letter i b< fore the Ion, dr.s and] general it from the north to the cast comer oi bt. i last tribute: > to pay tli iris from the Cash dr.n111 the st-re, btjbnging to tiioEsa ,
appcaianccol of ,
/ 7 rrs[pt.'ct to ti c of C. Dearborn.:
Cujijr.i te"fiht Senate, wfh.reeinnnrndaitonfrom) the IWoPp! ever their colored rethren innwli..a. Michael's without openin. it. or disturbing the / memory. And all other B'Pthron One note givm by fJ. Stephens i. rri..har.. Lloyd! ;;

tit! t -'r.17: oi the Tieasury. lIe pr.}o.ed an 1t- .\ So mudlas I ph.ast.dith what I sacred depos t it contaned. But this hopepro'ed not MeinU rs of this) fnr one hundfd and! fif pllll. :3, wiiii a crtuit of tiny; 1 :

r.i. f: 1-tu$ ys'-'nhy lo :1111lip the deficiency and I ,aw, that I lS1 ved to the people 'hut I f lla'ious. On teating the coliin. it sioll.Lnd'c" arc requested to nttend and joiuintlieProc.esGEO. I ullira! 'laud' Sili June l9. ,
lit- .': t <,ndu! rtcvivea i' the E.UF.N'NIS, Secretary. Two n>;ts oven by Jo .u .L W Davidson, for
"p.4i.i n t single)
should} I found
Itijb vote make a true report, it would h/irdly I 'a< to be composed of onlinary ma- 'I! t\ 1332. 33 It 530 ejiclu i

: di-fmn'"y 11U.t be tlrown upon the Territory be credited in tho ( nited J-tJitt s. Among all tenaU and ready to yeld to th- slightest pres Two liotea given by Aijuilla McJuncan, for $10 1 1

: ird'* i'J n-rtin I the appropriation. These ext".l" that I conversed v\ ith, 1 did not f find a discontented I ure; and the lid removed, a spectacle was .i.L A DIMINISTARTOK'S Notice.- Each.IJulaiics.

( > arc: -tfriinch) injurious 11 tie! clir.ra. ter of )urn pc.rs--n, or hear om desire (I I folded, which considering the lime of un-I \il Porvns having cl-iimsor demands ajrainsf, on Note -jrveri by S. F. Jones, for Sla or .! ;
.. a
Ton 'I express I am. those iudclitrd the .'tj.
wry. : 3pjrnrria ion is lfl'r't; liberal! and a to estate of Edward1 Simsor,
to return to America. I saw no mighty dead, has rarely boon witnessed by a t diseased) Account S. F. Jones .
Jlt! -U i ia h'.ueur consumed by CleiKs o COJ11ui-, intemperance I arc requested to como forward and stat tl? S l ,OO.'I'vit
: "
tttsi, and l such o.her ; nor did I hear a pi nf lOP w .rd uttered single human being. There wei e the reuia.Ii I ".i':1! THOMAS SI.MSOX, dm'r. Ji'itc, oi'efor $.">0, the other for 25, given by i;

n-li' tx'ravagincies w |Iii Ji hre apjxrarwrwncly by any one. liemg a mini< r of theGospel, of the great poet to all appearance nearly I M lY A, 1-32, 33 8w. P. Croi.m tn Thomas Wyun,-Account ou Rooer&i : 1
ulmw The '
tuo-t inip.M-nn: and li!h -- --- :. S
w
53
>r. n i
entire -
preached both in \icfhodi.-t and retaining various traces of vitality I
and
n'.u Couiii.so"C: : ,in: :re': ar2 not allowed Cl k. Baptist ] T)1'ICE.-Thc( Race advert:-cd: C. H. DuPonts'Rec't. for note on Richard Lloyd
\''; t hurcliC to lull and attentive j or rather exhibiting the features of one who I!11. !
u-si congregations rtnd B. Crootn f.r .luce :hundred Dollars.
,
a/pr-tpr.iii.nis are: thus ( ':i ;I1I\CJ it dis'ournjcrt.sturaiNn -obe I l'ini :ver the Jackson Turfat Quinry, nn -su..dry ;
r:b ( / 'Te: 111 er,1ntill: .tJtr'i 1r the n'st useful f.l. ol nom 3 to 4GO person* in each. I know of|; had newly sunk into the >leep of doath-the !|I th 27fli April list, was withdrawn and the t lrl'iipaid RfCt. of R. C. Letter, Robert Davidson and oiiierS .

.b 1 persons w ho >e iLeiu w i'h no pLu-e wher" the Sabbath appear.- to be 'oidly forehead, nr..bed and high-tho culp is by Capt. H. Wilder. Many persons atU-iuUd! about $10, or Sl,. J. K. Campbells1 Rtc't. f.Jr a '
oppo Needham endorsed John Kerr
on. for weat! more than in Monrovia. still covered with hair and the teeth : the Course, and at the a|>riointeil hour both ho/sts; note Dudiey by tor _
J.til.-J
rcrpeued 1 penecilyv
l.ops m re circ will be taken in fu- waslad made tli,'iraptiearance. John Henry in line coodni jf'JO. Note given by Stephen S. Peeples tu S. F* '
tn: ; to see ti.ut the t olonial Agent, or ( ;c) linn and \\hitt The scene was so imposing Tharideus quite to the re-verse. It was soon as-nn JOIKJ*, and endorsed by S. F. Jones for $52, or SZI3.Note ;

I am respectfully, ernor, i is a roiitart attmdant and appears that most of the uoikmen tood bare and un- cf-naincd that there would) be no race between thr two inn: by Wiliuun Dixon; payable to S. F. Jones, .

Your must o.H-dieit! desirous opro.[noting the moral and religious covered, as Dr. Gregory diJ at the ex- tloi-bcs. Several mile races were run djirinc the day!! and cYikrscd by S. F. Jones for $67 or $.8. :tote
on D. :\t. Graham payable: to and endoited by S. F.
J():. .M. WhITE: wc.i.'arf: of the pe plt Mot of the settlers!, i i hnmatioii 01 the remains; of th. illustrions hero whic'd from\verequitc Jackson interesting Many persons utte i.j- In:1li-,353, or :4. Note on Joshua Johnson payable f.,
( and LeonCounties
I
.v3I1. \Vtl.,'); l E Q. appeal; to be rapidly: quiring ,'wp'rlY, and| of the Baiinockhurn and at tile sauie time I ft tlt' .fl-'i''t'ii'cd. and were much I ; to and endorsed by S. F. Jones for 10, irl. .

o.'tr.C<- I hive no doubt they arc d I mil uetter for 1 I, their frames thnllin.; with some undt-finable _ ';.-tD nn A'T.! Fnrmv DuvaL, payable to and eraorsed i i.
"
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S.-\LE.-.i\ by S. F. Jonta for 22 g23. > J elm
or I ioconEddinfield
rr<'111 the ronsacoiaw t 4-. t thelll't'land their children' m LiLeJ'w. than emotion a? they 'Izd: 011 the ashes oi nun FOR :- rate second
for 25
The ( $1 endorsed by S. F. Jones. Note .
Jullojviiijr !titer was received from our Delt, they ('(Jid J do in any other part of the world.-I who.-e Same i is as wide a> the world itsi If. But work Eap.u,and a llirofIIor, suitable fur given by C Woodbern' for gSS.-the notes were all :);
fr.lle tv or travelling this
Inquire( at OthVe.)
L.e last Mail.WASHINGTON.
I Could the tree peopl, ol color in thi-i Country I tha' effect was momentary when they proceeded May 8. 1 W32 3 3t on Demand. All persons are cautioned against receiving -
April 12, 1832. : insert below the or paying s-aid notes to any person, fxcept: %
but see the real condition of iheir brethren | to a shell or Che cofiin: ,
DEAR
SJR subscril -the above reward of FIFTY lJOL-
-llla\'c I e >er
: receivtd fj
a |petition signed who have settled in Atnca i ersuaded, I the head pcper- ted from the trunk and the '
ly thrgv portion of the people Pensacnia: I am [ OTICE.Li*IRS will !lJe paid for the apprehension and ccuvio
prayt couid whole body with: the oi the bones of the Thief. F. F. WYNN. :
UI1 CIIIfI'SS) 10 HIClId the fourth section of ".1II they require no other motive to tnduce: exception THE Conimi: : appointed on

let t'l 1II1tfl(1' :an .ICt to raise a Revenue in the them to emigrate. This is my decided! and crumbled into duot. Lst. Legislative Council, for the Leon RailRoad Quincy, A'ril22 1832. 37 3w.On _, '

1''rritarYClI I Florida"vl.icli.scction. it is thought deliberate judgment.Very !, hereby rive notice that the Books of Subscription W W W Dm Q.aa l
fr said the
Road will be
>''v opened at Treasury
tie
iK-titfiicrs| imposes an illegal, unjust, and respectfully.! Sir, March of Intellect-We copy the following office in the Capitol, on Monday the 21st of May the first Tuesday of June next
unctinstitutjonjjj)! : rD: on free nejrioes and umlatleorivinjr \our friend and servant, article t from a late London pay'.r-A most
Courf J
t "door in
t'* next.WM. .t .g 4
ty ( them hy penalties: of ve'te-l iigiit.s WILLIAM ABELS. disgusting and disgraceful scene happened iiiiiithfio'ld G. BURGESS, SAM. II. DUVAL, BrFOItEth lgQ Franflin tus.tly,

|tan; tl.c, treaty.. I iave :lrl'1lJ1J.-, exati.ined t..tj rcatid Rev. R :R. G URI.E\'. ma I kel on Monday last which at BEN. CHAIRES, MILES BLAKE, S.\ill be Hole'! aiT. rahit to th Us::t': will and testara nt ot-

.I t:: has ain\ uf opinion .tiiat. t n erotin CLIIACtfl 1'. S.-I dined several times with the Col- the presnt day is of'v. ry rar<5 occurrence. JAS.RICH.S.IIAYWARD LlirrO, GEO.ERT IIA STURGES tLEN. William Glenn, dec'd., out negro man, named C.4TO,
, Not
tccjnv,u to it. heii-jj "< >nhowever sold for the benefit of the creditors and all cf ncerneJ-
' I'tJt with my xvn iniprrssioii, I ci< \I'd tl If th world. \Ye had i the market his wife by a halter Tallahnve M;\\- 1 Isf 1J32. 37 tf.
cl'.nirtnotj: of tije niiittce, \..n r..tiCursn'f 't't m any part everytl.illl leading Executor.Franklin .
\'J1'J that \\"ii tev.r may liaxv t IK'CII the latenf" : ) that heart could desire-of meats, and I and gave her to a drover desiring him to tie her JOHN TAYLORJiTTOlWLY County, May tst, 1832. 37 tf .

bIkhe f".fthe Le< IL1tICOUiCI: ., tit.* nave not enit ..h, and fowls, and vegetables and wines, up to the pens and fell her to tne uest bidder. JIT L.d IV. Notice.

1le tlJC tlii-ir} meaning, in words ttal will aut.ori'construct &c. &c. The woman who did nol'appear: to be nbo;(' weeks after ua.e application will be made to

ion. The t first part of tlie section 34 years of age and not bad looking sullered WILL practice m the Counties of Thomas, SIX County Court of Gadsden County, for letters

" Jppears in !III' jr neral, iinpositij; a tax of five dol- herself: to be tied A crowd Docjtur, Early, Baker, Dooly Lee, Sumter, of Administration on the estate William Holloman
h1'08 J all .' fIl'(' negroes, inulatt ,es and Proposals are advertised to be received tht up'ery quietly. Randolph, and Stewart, in Georgia, as heretol late l of said County dec'd.

w colour 1 lit the Territory, over the ;tool persons fifteen t .,f1i(.(, of the. ( olumbm I'rip Company until the of persons so m gathered round, and a man ot f fore ; and in the Counties Jackson, Favette, DAVID IIOLLOMAN.

ra bt- rs." If 1 the ;provision 'IH '-'d li.e.r, it would !Hh) of lla.oxdu. .-iv for rebuilding or repairing: rather a respectable appea free from : a negotiation with the drover for the purchaseof c liiiv in Florjlla.Aprii .
doubt and would be considered a the I iit.p: over the Su?-quf'hHJna at Columbia. Notice.

hnilty 1(1n 'jpm all t1'wi class referred to in -he peii- I I '1'he whole length of the old Bridge was 5,990 the wife and after some higgling she was 17th 183235 -CnvAdministrators'
account of knocked of IO On the first Tuesday in July next .
:'tA l colour.! : It proceeds however' feet. I finally don to him forthe sum Notice. ,

.r C'lllected imn.e.liately) after their arrival. i The money was paid but the drover refu5cd OB. ILL be sold at the kite residence of John Col-
- IIIJIS Cllnnt'clel'itl! and limits the ALL persons having claims against the estate 'l lins deceased in Gad len. about
' cjualifies, to release her the of 2s. as County two
grnel'll The New Orleans Advertiseer of the ninth except: on payment '
of the late Adam Crawford deceased
provision are required -
hy the al- I hundred head of Stock
fixing) tax at a period Cattle
his hadfleeted.
te commission he
which
for the sale ,
the
arrival. It d instant, *ay:;-" .\ fientelman \\ho come as upa to present them duly authenticated within the
es nit impose a tax on resi- credit of twelve months for the benefit of tlia
a
deiit
on
,
Some took about
Itlich lint on persons arriving." The next >:(.n.t'r on board thoteamer Lexington, 5 confusion place time prescribed by law, o: they will be forever heirs and creditors of said dec'd., small notes with

if iiitendej to embrace residents does not 1-2 days fromLoui.-, informs us that ucarly I Ia'i the demand, but it va> eventually piid and I barred. Those indebted to said estate are requested approved security must be given before the propertY'

dents too betause it refers generally to taxes on resi- the houses at Shijipmgport and Poitland had. she was released from the pens opposite he to make immediate payment. will delivered. JON. ROBINSON Exc'Utor,

: I another part: of the Bill, and not to the been swept a\' a* by the fr>hed New Albanyhad Half M Ion public house and delivered to her ANDREW YOUNG, Ad'mr. i May 1st, 1832. 37ds.dministratorSiie. .
; Prectding clause Jackson County, April 11th 1832. 35-tfAdministrators' -
qualified and limited to purchaser who with I
m\lIIg rr&.Hl8it I ecu less injured then any other town on appeared highly pleased I .

competent, and to take eflect after arrival. the low grounds on tho Ohio." his bargain. The parties adjourned to a neighboring Notice. : a special Act of the Legislative Council ysu I *
h" tn a Lejrislatives body to forbid byf public house where the late husband BY: on the 22d January last for the relief of tho
under heavy penalties the introduction of ALL persons indebted to the estate of Aaron G. Dec'd.
: fin/** spent the greater of the in I heirs of the estate of Isaac Teague I.
committee of both branches of the part money
tonal I tC8. and I consider it not only Conslitupolitic A joint brandv.' Bannister deceased, are requested to make payment I Will be sold before the Court House in Xontictlto;

::1 10 but to do so. 5ut i doubt the power Legislature of Louisiana, appoint for the immediately. And all those who have demands : on the fourth Monday in October nex', all the real ,

Penion5Se taxes in the shape ot penalties upon purpose of examining Q refinery of surar, es- The weather and the cropso-'J'he long continued against the Estate are requested 10 present estat,of Isaac G. Teague, dec'd.,-Consisting of

. stowed born free, or emancipated when the laws tal.lir-hed near the city of New Orl ans, have cold and dry weather has had a most i them duly authenticated, within the time Sixteen Town Lots, i

8P'tfilt ll; and more especialv! those who were lately made a report, by which it appears that, inauspicious effect on the grain fields indeed prescribed by law. HARDY VICKERS. with their improvements. And on the Monday following
subjects t ansferrcd by and entitled' to Administrator. in Lot and comfortable Uriel
the with wln-h; the Magnolia, one a
ivilege after 4 xamining refinery, The
j under the treaty of Session Believing vegetation generally. Hagerstown Tallahassee, April 17th 1832. 35-tf. Store situate on Bro Ul-drtet. '

; 'tftfore that the law does no: impose the |pen ii l- Committee c much pleased, prrpounded: "Torch Light," says several of the farmersin .- The terms of sale, will be made known on the day

,Uoa that class and being' mt$t .J1wi11ing 'ver curtain que.ti 'n* to the proprietgrs, which that vicinity have commenced ploughing up BLANK BILLS OF LADNG..- Jtut prin- of Sale. ."WM. BLACKBURN

Ve fiycjx questions ajitated iu Congress Irwu j with their aiwwer foUpxr i tha fields that were seeded Jut fall-the proa- sdUad for sale tbiis Oa.o V .&d.wiui3tratt.t.ja'1tJ8. -

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I JOSEPH LADD. MORE NEW GOODS. ", NOTICE. rrDum Vivmus JTiromus.1SPREADElGLETAVERN

.t. : '; fl} tcr 1:' vs: irq.. 2Jh\cyh: I 4MONG thr great variety of goods received in this ALL Persons are hereby cautioned agunstrtra- f
S : : season, and which are offered low for notes made payable .
: p.nd iT..B rQ DmL ding for three proniisory v- -
I rash there will be found the of the subscriber .
ASe at new store each
for Dollars
ls.h, ,assorted.) David Smith, or bearer Fifty ,
L'f'lIcdcs
jr. 3 Excllan a choice lot of
) -strcet fancyCloths
3 Crates Crockery V\ are, dated) 21th inst., due 23th! December next, draivuby
which
will
and Cataimcrs of
a they men-
part
IOU Cast Iron Ploughs, the Subscriber, M. W Chnstman and "GeorgeNorwood
I I t Ion.
Bbls. Pork Mesb dear and prune,) withheld
50
( Super blue, crape Finished, Broad Cloths, ,-As said notes are fraudulently -
; 10 Hhds. BACON, do. Velvet do. I am determined not to pay them, unless
LO Bbs.! Fresh FLOUU, Black do. N. I1SHEL tR.
Patent
1 S WHISKEY finished (l"'cstof England) compelled) by law.
f.O, Bbls. S do. fine Olive, do do do.do April) 17th 1332. 35-tf.
N. E. RUM
50 Bbls.
1 Cinamon Brown, do. .

30 10 Tierces Bbls MACKEREL Chee, Bottle Green, do. and] \vholesalc and Re- --E.: Bradford.- T'IE subscriber taken that spacious and .pkn
Saxony blue do. 1'I.l\DE 1llICk! tenement in Tallahassee, lately .
: S 3 Bales Osnaburghs, Lavender Drab, and Dove colored Cassimcrs, Fredeiick county. Aid. by C Hcrston, I eti l hy Capt. John Downer: which! havin reefmj1*
30 D>izen Bottled Cider, Bulk I A variety silk Ve tings, (new patterns.) concerned in the Patent with Lr Judkms. Rlt:: [ I FILLY lendershii servi- I been fitted and furnished in the most complete
t Sail in Sacks and in of 'I 1 allal.as-
Liverp CITIZEN'S mIHT
Flag handkerchiefs, Pungec do. The aboe Ointment is otfcred to the public as a it is now under the nanurif the
S IF/.VES o t" various kinds, White and fancy cravats, pate and certain remedy for ilio e obstinate diseases, .*.-' and its virmiry, in the various branches -

Fresh OLIVE OIL, 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen shirts, some of which hare so long baffled the skill of medical of his prod-.ssion. I SPREADE GLETAVER

; BUTTER CRACKERS, SF do do Bosom-?, Jlp.ncp. 1.t- may at any time l he fiiiud (when not absent onprclessi.ral f Open for the reception of Travellers I and Roanj

i Lard, Buter; Gentlcmcns' silk & Merino half hose, 1st White Swellings every description : .w incs$,) cither at his office en Jeur.oiis.reer This ilOTKL i situate on :!onuroe.strcet, nUt del
F And an add' ; "> '1 "i r'vWhich "fS do Cotton and Angola do iid Sore Lg. and Ulcers t.f long standing. ne.x.d-! r. "''iJ.'-!'- Pff/.VTV.VG OFFICE ttJ C. C, &R. W. Williams" Ill a p'hltiM, as J

ur.D IJJl m Q offi'rt f'X'tremc1v Silk and silk Velvet Storks, latest fashions.: 3d Schirnisor Glandular Tumours particularly and 2BD2)al( =>SJt2
4 with d :t .rtm lIt.", r HIDE In addition to the above they offer a plt1Itli,1s&nrt- ;; those hardened tumours in women's breasts which ollcn- wcsi i it.r .. ark .- |iiatApril could selected ; and isno les-squaliticd fnr the 13

low for C.MH, COTTO.\33, or t f. ment of Ready mat's Clothing, inanufarted in the lathe \!; times terminate in ulcerated cancers. I 10h; 1832. 34 tf I pose of a public I house, "by its ample size and comconvenient P Ur..

.5_ Ma-n-.lia, Aj.-ilSd 1832. ------------- ; test style, work and materials winch they war- j! 4th [Felons or what some people know by the name liious interior arrangement, than its I
$ 4 -.------------------ rant to be genuine.-Consisting of super blue, hlnck 1 of Catarrhs of every description.j : lion. Inaddilion tet these advantages, the under;

.. brown, Cinamon and Olive Dn-ss Costs, do Frocks |j 5th !Rheumatic Pafns of the joints. CITY AXES ed isdetermineiltornenit the j 'atronaoe; of the pu '

--5---- do Pants, &. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk ditto j i Gth Sprains and Bruises of every description or in The Subscriber herchv gives notice that lIe is which he takes this occasion respectfully to solicit h

Valencia ltndJarseillrs, all of wnirh they will sell I whate\er pait situate.: prepared to receive the CITY TAXES for Tallahassee !- unremitted attention directed in 'he comfort and e;

low for rash. R. B. ii J. B. BLLL, 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this complaint the patient all those that do! not call aid I their ment of his quests; and by the mode ration and str
pay I
November 1631.du.Mr I4tfWA in applying the Ointment must keep the part regularity of his charges.
m Faxes, on or !eforc the 10th day of May next,-
out of wafer Ai his table,will! always be found the l best

TED 8th Chilblain, or parts: affected by fro.t. are }hereby notified that I shall proceed to levy I the! market: and ajicent country ntl(>rd, }his bar"iIl'-h: h

Y been : It is also one of the best remedies (for Darns and .mil sell their property to make their taxes and supplied with a variety the choirc.it liquors

I AUCTION SALE.-The sulrscribcr having no- r W\D a1 D\f1 wxnt D U Scalds It case the pain and dra\s the fire out in .i Costs. PHILIP L'LMEll, his. aJJlcs! experienced and attentive Oit'irs'arfvidt and fr

auctioneer for Leon County, gives "-"'o. .unl ill ral nulr: s. tn
:1 : tic'' hat he will attend in Tallahassee every sale day days, I I For Inflamed Women's Breasts and Glandular. Tallahassee, April 17th 1S32. 35 tf Lest those, ho"'cHrho! may visit Tallahassee:
: desired. Regular
make such sales as may be FIRE INSURANCE. it is medicine known to
S 11.shed all Swellings, superior to any yet should view this public and 1tttcrinnotice.as
1 mer
it a
I tuesdays and f'1Ilap'! on which days absence against lobs or damage by FIlE can the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurial; formula prescribed by ru>ifiu r-n i-tch occaiir .

sales may: *he fixed, if practicable. In m ? marshal aw INSURANCE the most (favorable terms, on apph- .ljiilICatiOfls. (as "it docs not contain the smallest atom MEDICAL proprietor re.spt rtfiiHy in> lies them to call and 1h

S J., S plirttion'call 1 he made to P. ULMOBE. city action the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance of any prepartiou of tint material,) because it doe. for themselves by actual experiment.Nnvctnl raj;*.

t Th- sWscri1)erwil1atte1ldadnhinistratorscrot.hersale company, Hartford Conneciicut. In every Hp-i I not lay the patient liable to injury from e.\posuieto The undersigned have torned: a partnership
S ,'1i ,' in rcasonabletl.Otice.I at all plicati-nthe fair Cash value of the property must be j cold. riuler{ the firm of CIIE\VS & TRIPl'E, t for the

: t: cVoodsun5'aruds for sale, trill reared& TIanIt stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness j I This Ointment has cured sores of many years stand .mictice of the dill'erent branches: of the science

t ii:!. times, at the auction room next door to of the representation, and the good moral { ing. Where it is impossible or impiu<,ent to heal lh medicine., They have on hand an extensive -NElT-STORE

It dolph's Drug. tore. rharacterof the applicant. The solvency ol'the Office, I external sore, in of the bone becomine
coose-quei.cfi(
"TESTCOTTJr. of! fresh medicines which will
ripply they dispose IN
JQHN 'I'ALLAJASsEE.
and its tlirncssallt "iinct jlity may be confidently re- ; can -us or rof.en: it will Joj'the progress of the cane.-.

:& //1, Feb. 21st 1S.12. S7tf Auctioneer.- Hcdon. E. U. PERK INS. I increase the quantity, ot( tt.t discharge, remove the olfcnsixe 'if t ou'liberal terms. Their office; i is \Yebbvilie, I THtUM'W: .. has ;.ik.nthe house nrxt: dOlrto

f : "I' Tallaha !ee. .1.22. IS"'I. 2Ttf I smell, and ease the pain.I Jackson County. II B. CHEWS, RI IM'EA P, 4. CO. and is ope r

': ; unttt a fiotice. I It cures the worst Felons or \Whitlow- an application HENRY TKI1TE. a lar o' eand -t.u. lnar i>ir n* nfGROCERIES

unel ; i: J'I j: THE th-" l benefit of all the creditors of John Lauueman. l : bt:: .'f Daio Davidson! deceased, are hereby re- 1!I w.'ich have stood so long a< to become ,

.11'1 j > S : The 1are desirous of settling the business akM.n q.slul o pres 'n; them immediately duly aiuheuiioa-: ; a Mfleinatic, disorder lerjuires medicnit to betaken in- NOTICETOPUIiHALRS l..I\l ul{ &

3 as possible, and to this end il.ey request all the. cd, orlhcj will be barred by --t\IUle-tU''. all th,'seindebted 1 wardlj- to remove them entirely. But III mo-t common Y-Gvu1JS.

creditor to present thiir cln-.ms as soon practicable. I I to the estate are requested to make inur.eili, te I cases by applying this Ointment externally as directe "

:]) And tbo>e indebted arc fI liquidate or pay pa'nwll'i.. h.IHH. I it will gi\e relief And e\en in old people, will s amonwhicli ar .m! lioiMni ; articks,

r Li 1tiracC'UUS.: C. C.A requestjt. \ :' :': /lalah\sscrVarrh! 19, IS32.? tf 31 !; pain hate been of longer standing, It '.\ill case tin.1 THE undersion l m-reby gives notice that a I ouUe n tInt it t Loaf. li.ivanna superior. '\};".,,

: ii 'Vni.vILl1AMS, l1'rustces.D { pain. certain LOT in Tallahasse, upon which. the Very ru..MiIWw> <'rlt-ans ditto Brown-$, _

;.r} .. Geo. E. DENNIS. ) 1 11LSII LI&UUS &c.. i i To sea captains and masters of vessels this omtmcn Hou.--e: stands, now occupied as a Court house, is I e.F...., Havana Gie-en; lir.it quality.Voun I -
tf
: April -"-1. 'c-". S1 I 1)\\ l' 1C1Ieti' by the late arrivals :: must beeij valuable in winter on our coast it bein.. .is property-that the title in fee is 'in him and sz g -. Hy',n, InifH-rial and Pouchor*
certain in eliectson Chilblains allece I I *
I VITV its / or parts : > been with
7"IS :: ;1. J. ". \-. n.\\1l. _t2\, r l"lfu1Jy t11'JJ from Ne.wirl.. and Laltimi-r a fuliO1PI.ly of with host it likewise preserves Its qualities in all c.-' itS never parted to any jjerson what- FRESH TEAS.
ol 1 1S All
veia1! d.-p-irtnunts ver. are cautioned purchasing -
persons agayis-t
11w '
hf .ni'e in t I
t..s : : !
: his friend and the citizens of G.-uts- II Fres-h Drug* and Chent cals. mat s ,ing same, or removing. therefrom fixtures : ;; (Ajax Carro.)
his profession 'to A brge nns of testimony proving the value of i\\>.- any B islcss in
; 'f Pork
i: aid tiitlifit1S I 1 H In', "l1, halfbarrtN.!
f den He ,isl l.tUlt'lW.lity Ani'iii them art .:nan1,11 otter Darks, Quinine .vila ten'r, under penalty of being made liableriierelbr .
\ 'lI 1.Y pri will I he lU\J : t mo t pxceilent medicineill be shewn to those \\h \1.l rk rel No.2. in ulu le and! do.
; jies, in 11)1)1etiAfl. and j.i'hr':l' I Tiperine, ', ,t I'.lack:: IVppcr, \JOTs! '.l1e, Eme- j wish further information on application to Dr Ile-rr in law. This notice is given, as the Mts ir! >. \. fine, in' quarter quarter elo.FrrshL .
ry
.
If. .5 S ,_ "I: i' 'i"} b t'" ;" :0'5 t It. ; iitQ. -lrpI1H1..t..l1lnalin(. extract I of Kaluneavaii. t" ol his authuiizeu Trustees of John Laudaman have tliouirht
55 a 11tf ton< or to any ii/cni.s. prop- .jaf Lard, Go:hen Butter Goshn
p i I.: thee
t .tn :
C 'c\-5PEt-1! 1> LIU l'&fllost of the valuabUrepanttii J
'I : : medicihe advertise the said lot lor *
,'i ) The abo\ sold by special appointment o. 'f to 'ae. a< his property. Fresh Charicstrn Rice, Codfish, scotch! lifmn'x
J- / .* of Carpenter! Pcllctitr, ...un; Lr andS ; the and warranted centime. HARDY VICKERS. 0--'
DISSOLUTION. j i patentee 'perm ( 'iiidlt-s! vvirr.er siraiaed Sperm Oil,
S tavtr, No- I.. U 1'I.tKIDRl"GG15T.( Aprill7th 1S32. .
; I 35 tl. Wl'ct1t I, New York dried Ktcf
,
'I : tin. J".H.hL.J. :f fl?. II) Also Lemon Pontrefact cakes Tallahassee. February : 7ft.
: i n ; u r l1l'of Drops, 24tuJ.-U LiHrp I fine 1,11I\\.n' ali tot tah1. usc.I .
-------- -'
jl roJ) :t .ii-.iH'd h' 11lUdl; .' HH ot: "n 1 lIi'l I! Uii.i'u.< 1'tppeniunt, I Tax As N > idulllJud nrsl quality chew in 'I obacco
: ::; thl.irtcl" Ull j.I'a. 'u&o..uIuI, V i! Dr. liclie's uromatic pills lor leinale : >essors otu: : I : ,

I : 17.;. Hi! mo.IVrs.mswibliugto Jufl.I 1)tiC]. P.IL.. Ell i,"!loivin tiII -l 11 Hr. l'.t41cr. ; Fri! bun-h Iai-Ill" Fi
; .m "tf'ir'rd.< brand reiiitdy for the ( l Id- raI run 's, Prunes, Almonds.
Ed. llH.\DFURD. : the suspended opeiation of nature, and are a gene... '-' of as>essmg tie Territor al atid County Tax-
: fi A t lOih 182.: .x; l.tiWCIl."llljlll\nt! Vc. Also.l'or sal. ; L. mn Syrup, i f 'S iil. a variety otlicrs.! c nifiriMni; every article i it
t for the re\ailing complaints the t feiiui Cir the of Leon. Viz
his remedy ,
tl, of prr.fcs.S among County :
Pr Paiker will coivinno ( practice f very superior (Lila Lily vud W ainmtcd PUM, w ,1'11 I
r* above biowrs' part cit sociThc/ I'lll.are particularly erlicaci.iu At the House of Alien! Faircloili ) GROCERY LINE.'reign .
d' M.r i his oriicc fronts the Capitol, just \ 1.IIJe sold by the Gallon or F. z' n at Niw \ <>\.rk'riccs. Mairnolia, Oil
; 1'av. ,.. 'I 11.(1 cle routan n" NITF.IS OK "l"U'lIrUf ;f in tin- 6-cen jfickne-ss. I'.ipitation of the Heart. ln I Ionday the 30th day of April.At -"_,.,_\, and Domestic Liqur.rs,
j .
r f-iness Short lireaih of the
: \ Ifl1iI3. :31 4w. ACID, or oilier; dci:luiuI'llL'Ur; ; ; -, ffIII'h :j jmM :: dnd Di..il.r.tia, lion to Sinking and Spirit Dejection! i the Favern of Mr. \V nii, St. Marks, on S ..thh&a; Holland! Gin, as inijiorted. country r'lHunl' !/.

-7. I .filu Lime J t lilt"t anl! I unoiir-yrupin our mark I I j I i-xerci-e ociIY'bn", i Tuesday the 1st day of \Iav. (, Bordeaux Brandsdo.. do. CMH. dt(
; I It andies will tinllllw Pills !. in
u-Hu
i ,:', S '.fLltlrroltY OF FLORIDA. I is i,is nadr, ''I'amarir.tss: i},! qu-.lly e.cpt[ neither ea--t' At the Store of f rancis Suddcth on Wednes.li Jamaica=Spirit, New England Ur.ni,
Ijiregnancy, WHK> THI.V MUST NOT BE TAKEN ; I ,
111 of the difficulties I !'. ./ the 2d day of May.At ( 't' re-ended!Moiioiisiihcla 'T hi J.ev. commrnda.Sf .
I ; County of Leon.Estray consequence mu.they be taken bpfi:'>inof liecticor consumpiive > draft
ISSaaSricily Madeira & in
; I Jjavi iXj't'in( iio u jn i akui. rodectn" n; ai.d th- imstiijhiy habits. TRICE, 1 GO a box. the House of Elisha Winslow! on Thursday bottle!
HorseTAK..N ; of to fiirni.-li int dinner mi 1 l--n -AI.5O- the 3.1 day of Iav. I a.ajra uo. Claret ditto.
I U ( < l ill It tug ; [
t 'M 1th proof CopniarBraniiy! C fMin
; f J..lin L. \ 'ctr: n-ons: ai" !:1.\\ as I llit.Jd ,him ilunic ill: j-a-i tUTThc celebrated Combrian Ttnth-Acho pills 'hil'. At the House of James Russel on Friday the years bottles
... } ; up 'y and a large ass U JJ.)1t.f HA3 > CAPS BOOTS
> ,
.. 1: iHlInpl'r3j.ni\ t. /' r--I find it iior.ai y to n.aki a distir.oiion I be't cive iinmcdifite{ relset! without the ieat injury to tin .Ithdiy I ol May ,
Imony, L"ciiesIIi Gcmlf me fl'S Sifts made
"S h (. Collins\ Jamb J. Lcslt ; '(&-n punctun! and .',!.iscnl (""" iners. (ill all af.-: Trelh. On trial this will be found one of the Le- At the House of Thoi H, Monday Ready rlothinf,
Th ,irs : I as Handtcy on conbibtin: :; partly of Superfine Clorh"Coats, aborted
: : c e :tH. fr"m t'ir' 1j..;c ; I x""I': 1 by rpci.il I :'$:rtIileiIT;, remedies knovwi for this complaint.
ii' H nnd Jalllcs M.Ke.s.} a I t-e 7lh day of May.At sizes and'colours. Ann1aFroek! ditto, afin artirlefnrSiunmtrr
id on.d. md A errhaiiis PRICE ij'f' cents box.tfNone .
:: ('\(tjt S 10 PhyMeiars : j| a
: Dark G n'y I Ior p. : Ii the Hou>e of Jolm Ha via en Tuesday the wear, youths and boys rtiatt-is RI1d ronnd-n.
} : ::1' priM'Uie ::111! ir H.lIrtllifill"J 23 }'-a cent a&t4t i is genuine unless signed on thp ont ide
with some whif spots tn ,i-is lu.-k, nipprrd to I IS I- ,:-.sh pties i ,'.-ill be, cllar..(it. As ihis ldlion9l: print, d wrapper, by the sole! pioprietor T. KIDDLK I I 8th day of May. I In.uts, cloth, ca.iniere and atinet Pantalo! % Maseillt.s >

: .r-: :. occavi.ned hy: a ...tl.lle-f fe' e-idil inches )iij; 1 ;.irj;.- is made for) I.CoII, I.uqnsc rf rrn)<: lift '1 imtnediate successor to the late Lr. \'. T. ( 'OXWAY.- At the Store of Byrd & Parish on Wednesday i and Valencia Vrsts. A flw !rkces Ins:: Lietc,

.. SufpoM"! to Ljc.'fi\'e v .arsId!, wonb f.J'.v dollars. Xj'ClIS' s and losses on U-DH} credits-it \ ill! always be For sale at his Counting Ii6 im. over ?Vo. I'D.!. Curt -t the 9th day of! \la\". fine black Ostridl Feathicrs-Gilpii'ssur.t; nrrl"irresed >

i Sworn to bdoier.ie thC 2nd A1r1; .1:32A duciul on aPC'tunts whieh, shall I be j.uiti will.in nine I near Concert Hall, Uoxloti.and al>o ny his specul aj.poiiitiiwiit. .-, At the House of Sohn Smith, on Thursday the I Qt. postPainT.-Oncboxot"ct-? Frtnrli }Han

t ,rl1.IChER"-, .''ll1l1tlls from the time thty cu.nienci.:. j i hy K.: U Pl.ltEIIJReGGI'T.. i 10th day of Mat'. j jrir.gP.ipcr, of the latest a mining a J'prt'(c.! partercsy

Th Jusii'-eof f thc Pc\rr. E. B. PF.RKINS. | Tallaha-sw.! March 17. 1HI51.: ( So 3.) At the House of John Blocker! Knn[ s and S'tuU-s! Japan Paste Black'nr!:: ,and a vart'vof :
I J on Friday the other arttclrs!
; A tr'uc cr.py from ihc F..lray U..ol". 1',111."rrlt t :h 1 1W2.: :;-' 'f. 1 DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES: llth day ot f I not necessary to mtnti i;; -all cf wLiA1ip
: :J. n. .,H ...1 r14:. I,. c. C. : May. t will_ >i>li! tow fur, Cash nr nnnrr.t-n'T.nn/n-. .
; -- -- ------ --- -
; The tea\t recommend which -- n -- -- -- -- --
._ -.-- .- ; -- .. S proprietor begs to ( At the.. House of Sebastian Fritzman on Satirday -n-----.r- ul..J.' >
; ll\L mIIDAQ J. G.& N Hi""PbLEN ; does with the tillest conli! iic#") one of the mustaiu I It JAMES C. ECCLES.
DAl'l Q Z I the 12th day nf May.At'theOificeof .
t i t able rcniediCb known for trnule--oiiie:: and painlui jC p Cotton, Fides: Skins, and al!
; S 1)ividend'o.. 3. KA\Jbj p receded by late arriv i complaint \\' tllOlit going into detail be deems it enou"h I : Daniel! McRaney E.-q, in the purchased at th? li'irl-est: narkc' r.rie.SELLING countryiltiet FO

IE Directors have IfC1.UUa I dividend rf tl 11 ., i to say. he has in has possession the niu>t undoubted City. of Tallahassee on Monday! the 14th ..hn011 -

il T: .fits! of this Bank, for the last six months, en-, ork.W testimonial that it l las more completely answered I I :Ia.JAJES DRY AS', Jr., AsWir.Tallahassee CFP LOW

; lilt din: 31st Much 1832, of oiv dollar per share, on th the purpose 'for \\hich it is intended than all) April 17th Ib32.! 35-tf.Jus. I FOR

st..rk which will be paid: to the stock holders o, : 2000 Pair Ncrrosli<,. i .o IroZalF, : oilier popular rrcdicine. CJl&ILTHE
1 I1 ; I
demand. 500 ""Jcrcs.l" rC' Coiton FnManis, i This remedy is perfectly innocent in its application, Westcott) Jr. & J. P. Booth, I

liy order of the Board. 500 I )n. doVf.llen (t (loth .uid Satinclt ts, to all conditions, ages and sexes roll directions HAVKfonnena t La\\ partntrsli-p ;n FuruLi.! The' 1 subscriber, at his new store, corner of Jeffcr*

.5 t S. T. ROBINSON. K'O(' Pi>. do Poini Blankets, I I description of the complaint, &Vc. accompany each f inner is in Tallahassee, and ot'i! and nrlt'-stret't, orR rs for sale to the pu?>-

4 April 10th 1832. 31 tfExecutor's l 100 !DII. Hose & Duflilt .1.! packet which consists of tuo bll. c8. Ointment and he latter at V t-a l P.-'sit, Appalarhicr-la Bny. Bui-I I !In in general!, a handsome .ortrecntof the folloirinjnap

% I ;.- Sale. 20 I'.dcs '.). ms'ic Sli e.thugs & Shirtings, &c. J.lectuarPrice., $1 for the whole, or GO cents i pe-s entrusted to them. in any i-f the a-nr. of Flf-rida 'e ar : 'Vt! u ;he nicst rt'h1I"'t'llt.rices for cash,Viz

15 l)4zenVo! IJnts, but one of the articles i< wanted.tr I 'ir the adjoininv.! C.l&itii.. of Georgia rr A Ii!' lIa. \\il i I
tl-e 26th day of Mav ri'x. 5UO; PiCCf'S & Plaid Pumcsiics None ppnuiniie unless t'i ned the oiit id,- DRYGOODS.Silks
1 "TILL BE SOLD on Stripe are on ')<' .strifilyattmedt: ,! Au .3.:. IS' 1. 50f .
y at Mount Vernon, Gadsd n County, Florid.' I 150 i Do. Scotch Bairuinr. printed wrapper. l In the sole proprietor, 'I' El I) ILIt.
One Lot of Land SS -.4. g (::::- immediate succe.-M.r to the. Into Dr. U T Coswtv. AI1L\.1, k? (}'lfi L. BacK, Grosdenap, Italian: Lt/testnmr, Elate!

From New-Orloiiii: ; SchoonerS I For sale at his Counting Uoom over Mo )9, '(wit Sarctnet, Blue, Gretn, Pink, and white Florence,
; the
., Containing near a half acre, with). a large -WAREBOUSE -- 1 l:y I street, near Concert Hall. Beaton and also by his Fiiiund Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet,
: thereon, thirt- -ix acres of land on the Wes NATIVE i Cotr.n do.,Tartan Plaid Furniture Calico
L special appointuicnt I.:. B. PLKKLNJ (No. 4) Superior
of the North East of section 33, 8.4K. Black Bobinet and
half quarter DRUGGIST.Tallahaee Lasting, thread Lace, IrbbLinens
.w W'lil5- iviri
150 Bbls. I a1
.
6 N". 4W.. Fourlots on the qr. S. owned by M rs 50 Half do. old do, March 10th 16:51.: x'Otf.Jiottcr Sea Island Cot ten Shirting, Ptin and ficrurcd Jaco-
Tanner claim on Negroes supposed to be in the :e)1)- nettt Swiss and Book .Muslins wcrked *
; ,., shawls! cape
100 P.l-b Superfine : Wheat FLOUR
.
.,S _... _mole Nation, ;. also, a claim., 1.on_ _t"CI Appalachicola. _. BayTerms inn 1'u.{...it i IL\4&LoLo t.' .i>.r- .a.Pl..54:, ___. U IJM- and dresses, handkerchiefs Calicoes, Ginghams: ,
: made Known on me uay f'l 'Ult- 100( Pieces BAGGING persons ILLVsg o. n.,-nus againstvilham I : ..\ keens, Brown l Holland French Brown Lintn, Furniture
Executor. Heavy Kentucky tLL '"
.E
McCULLOH
t ( JNO. ids 10,000 Lbs. Middling & : .'rbIUCO.Y; -t l( ill! deceased, are quested to presmt them, i y'1A'l\.' Dimity, fine Cloths, Cas>samers and Cassinetts,
Marrll20, 1832 32 5 Hhds. Canvassed 7/-/.V.S without de-lay, duly authenlieatfil, ,T they will be : white and Ret! Flnnnel, Negro cloths, Scotch and Rus

[ JOTJCE.-BENJ. MELLICHAMP, 50 Boxl's & \ sbcst Kichiiiontl TOE..1 ceo, I I tried by law.; Those It1U( bt(I vIJl.J make nnnudiatepayment I II THE the Subscriber public respectfully informs his friends sia sheetinc! Osanmr! &r. !'.
,: I DAV1DL. WHITE cenerally, that he has rented the
.l1_ M. D. graduate of the. Medial] College f j f 20 Do, Porter and -JLE, to Executor. large commodious HARDWARE.
r : a I Franklin 3d building on the West side of the
April 1 18-22. 33
aw.
L Chariest! South Carojina, informs his friends and 10) IozcnCollins' & Cos. .,!.YES, county I Capitol Square, formerly occupied asa tavern John
by
I
; the public, that he will attend punctually to the various 100 B.'l(SJ OT. f LAW .N U' 1 C.E. Downer. The house having undergone a thorough I A Lirgeand extensive assnr mem el f Hardware, COil

duties of his profession, whenever called upon. STONE, will practice in the Courts : repair, will be ready for the reception of Boarders and sisting of Knives and Forkcs, Pen linives, Spocn*

S Hemiy be found, at General S< arry's farm-late, Persons indebted to the subscriber are respectfully CHARLES"den, Jackson'ashuiitout and ,-al- I Visitors on the 13th in;> Scissors, Razors, Locks,Augers*,Chisels, &c.. f\!eth 1)

: the residence of Captain 1' W. Seabrook few miles requested to call and settle their accounts on, eonnties 'n lie Territory ()Floiida. His office is at t.JOH'l W. REAVES. with C'ompletea.ssf1rtmentof car;>?n',rs PLA FS.

S 'a from Tallnhwee Marrh 13th, 18S2. 306wH either by note or otherwise. courlm mm West Florid.i. BOOTS& SHOESA

1 (j FRESH DRUGS & MEDICINES. FREDERICK TOWLE. l\c.n IIIltt"C i. L3l, I4tf.

S 3 Just received, a large and complete assortment January 17th 1332.! 2 tfOIIL'JP COTTON.JfOSEPHLADD. A lar -e assortment of Baltimore

I t pf fresh drugs and medicines which will be sold, I Just Received anti NEW-YORK made

1 Wholesale or retail, low for cash by Ell / EV1.R.TAYJLOil JfD [ D :

I JOSEPH LAlD, Druggist. ANI) lil.lF I.BEG \ P J..n schooncrMILO J from Baltimore, and for sale, : r'!' ann it' p.s, i.adi5 s sa .:ins. .ti.tI a
Magnolia, January 17th 832. 22tf COO bushels of CORN, Shoes, Br5. ".

lea e to invite the attention oi 4 1100 llhls S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, HATS AND CAPS:
fll
F11ESIItOODS. customers and the public in general, to. 15 MACKEREL,

I . tliur precntstock of goods, they cIccO Sllror1101l to 40 do HERRINGS, (Sus-quehana.) \\ ill purchase 400 bales cotton. As it is lor the : A superior assortment or the
enumerate every: article, with which there shthts. are 50 SACKS SALT, most fiishionable HATS & CAPS of
4 10 half Barrels Buckwheat FLOFR, crowded, and therefore merely remark, that they han 000 Lbs BACON HAMS (superior,) Northern market, sqr. Bales and the best quality i I ah lle rrip:inns.
__ 20 Fly market! l--uuily BEEF, hand Any wishing the will be prefered. He liafierected a and convenient -
i nun rn a superior ass rtm-nt of j cvxls, xvhiri persons to purchase com, can have large
5" "fleef TON L.S; they will sell cheaper than tvtr for cash, rotten or approved credit until the first ofjanuary by giving a bond with security. I ware-house at Magnolia, and is preparedto GROCERIES.

I i 5 Kits, sounds and Toncucs, credit. t1'iicrcasortniciit Consists i of the fcllowingdescriptions TIMOTHY M'CARTY.1 :: do all kinds of Storage and Commission busi-

10 Kegs hcn.BUTTER, \ iz August 17th 1831NU'fllE.Ii1ut& 5Ctf ess-will make advances in cash if required! of A large stock in all it.- arit .

4 10 10, "Boxes Fresh" BuncJi 1'runes Raisins, Dry-Goods of all kinds, HanKvaro! & three fourths its value on Cotton deposited with FLOUR.Fifty

6" London Brown Stoat, Cutlery Glasses j STURGES, him shipment. He will ship to Boston, New- .
4 Looking HATS
10 Casks Cheese request to by note or hook York, Baltimore, Charleston; or New-Orleans. Barrels flout
I wheat
t 3 Boxes Pine Apple Cheese. Shoos, Saddles etc. A greatancty account previous to the 1st January 1832, tocome forward Magnolia, January 17th 18S:!. 22tf! superior new
: anti settle the same on or before the .
Received and 1 f* Vr.lc ls>t of March ---
per sloop Splendid, r by of China Glass Earthen-Ware
WILLIAM G. BIRGESS. : and next, as longer indulgence cinnotLc givcnlhtm. (u.5I31ksjuNEjt's OFFICE, I ALSO.

,] Tallahassee, February 7th 1832. 2ntf Tallahassee, Feb. 14th 1832. ]
Tallahassee, December 13th 1831. 17tfI
GROCERIES&C.
f1 -Bit WOTICE i is hereby given to all Sadlery, Crockery and Glass Ware,

Tht whole of ,s I'l'h will be sold l., persons Tin Ready -
TOTICE.-The subscriber has appointed : according to the Has indebted for the purchase of Ions in the city ware, Looking Glasses,Salt,
times-and the ex in me low price of cotton, etc. just received per late arrivals of allahassec and ,
} Miles Blake Esqr. of Tallahassee, his addition to the same, that unless made clothing &c. &.
stationary
Ft. Marks December
13th 1831. 17tfOTICE. : ,
I attorney with full powers to settle and I close the latefirm 100 bis. New York and Western Flour, die amounts due, be paid into this office on or befire JAMES1'MLWN..
of Butler and Andrews. All demands 56 Prime and the first day of March next, the commissioner virtue
against 1 car.jo Mesa Pork by Tallahassee November 15th 1831. J3t
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be to him. ] .-The undersigned'has of an art of the legislative council will
said firm must presented -mid all debts duepaid 100 Coils Ky. Bale Rope, be compelled -

firm paid to him or his authorised attorney, No .4.. l Iwen appointed agent and attorney in fact for Kentucky bagging, to place the same in the hands of the District For New-York.

_, Other person in Tallahassee, has any authority uXjicddlein eaton GranlLind and J-arrish Carter, and the heirs 10 Setts of small Sugar Boilers Attorney for collection. T. R. BETTON, The
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any way with the concerns of said firm. I f Charles Williamson, and is intrusted with the care 300 Sacks of Salt 25 a 50 calls Commissioner of the city of Tallahassee. packet
i A. C. BU'lLER. '.f t their lands in Florida. All persons are forwarned February 14th 1832. 26tf
Tallahassee March 13th 1832 302m '. London Porter, Ale, Cider, Old Whiskey I
-m committing waste on the same, and those dcsirg ,
Fresh Tea, Imperial and Hvson Auction & Commission _- _- will meet wi J
r- to rent may do so on) application the subscriber. Business. =,c> ?Qlasttr,
i I THOMAS BALTZELL. Sperm Candles,Winterstraned Sperm Oil, subscriber despatch for frtgh or passage having superior a 1

'"-' NOTICE. Webhvillc, February I4'h} 1832. 2Gtf Smoked Beef Bolona Sausages THE having been appointed commodations, apply to the master on board .'

ALL having claims the est* 25 Half brls. No. 1, Mackerel 7 auctioneer for Leon counry-ofTers hisrvices Joseph La'dd.; J
against
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persons to the *
public in theauction ahdcommissionbusiess. lazro4a, 1st
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-- of John' V Garey dec'd., are requested to pre' STO'REA.GE. Spanish Garden Seeds Segars fresh, Coffee, &c. He pledges himselfto pay strict attention to all- i tor t ot i

them to the subscriber ; and those il1dlbtedsaid 'iwiness intrusted to him and attend estate other
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estate are required to make immediate p:/ TN addition to his old ware-house the Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup, ties in the country. His office is in the town of Mag- persons having demands against the t .,:

.lent to M. FERMINA. GAUEY, *- subscriber has recently erected a spacious build- Which together with his former ASSORTMENT "oua, where he may at all times be found. 4 4LL Charles Harrison, late of Jefferson

Administratrix.17th ? 60 by 20 feet forrcseivimcotton, and goods. are offered on low terms to his customers' larch 13th 1832. 30tf B. BYRD. I de,.'" will take nocice that unless they are preseat

.4pri1 183$ .35-tf.: TIMOTHY( M'CARTY. March 28, LANK BILLS OF I hy the 26th of June next, they will be forever !
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