The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 15, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00581
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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f *.ortDLan 7r i to an---S-S---A. i3 r, .-S jlji "5, .

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thedfVTuesday, r Morning at are distiia.uiljd by itut name ofoutrjUwf; a.d uacset-, -* -

F\ ui Five .m I1months this n*me o< contraband, or prohibited good*, i-lull $ :j -
dvanceT comprehenrted first, rtrinon
11 rsin rnortara howitzer*,sit rteU .
itf* LiH i discontinued unless at the. option ,- blanderbasst maket frue.' -
>e a. H, rifle*, carbines pis* I Itoig.
'before arreara-cs are paid. pikes word. Mlnej. lances, spears baibert ,

uihf': will b conspicuously>'inscrtedal 'R" LAISSEZ NOUS FARE." -. and granadr bomba powder, matches. b4l'' ndoUvr ** -

drfr.ernCn nttnfr square for the first ir.serticn, m 7 _--- _- -- ____ thing* belonging to the use oftbe.ce arms. s coDdIr -

(ten subsequent continuance. All B' r Itha 1tht buckles, helmet/ a 7-

tut! H be continued until forbid, unless oth( rettcrsand belt., and clothes made ap| in a military form, and for s Y

,erntflfurvd.. military n
communications to th< heir furniture; fourthly. anJ! generally,allkiudxolafma _
: 33 utovi hauoe\er
rse .t 'rre.spc'ndiitij
cj. ttr thcy ill I4ot receive altin- TON I tiun. compen and instruments of irou. steel brass, and copper, or of ;i 1

any other materials manufactured prepared, and form

A atrlX ed expressly to make war by sea or land.
-4i. 'r
;. .
to announce -s., t'S \_ i countries, respectively, shall bexemdvivn AILTICLEXIX.flothcrrerchttn4iteandthiugnot.

r:; ? ? orr.puUory service in the army or navy; A
Kqr, a1a Candidate to represent nor shal' trfey be s.ibjecttd to any other harg tSjor comprehended! .
5.H- -Vr iv v Ltii.-'lutive ouncil.riVL contributor than such in tho artic'f contrab.nd expressenom: tirdl
v ? ?, er taxes, as are paid b/ the
c --- ---------- and classified a* above shall !be held and SrcI
:ii. .iztnfrot'iliciSt.aUs.in which reside. ton*
L7LUtLfl! they
GKO.( I. sid
arc .iuil.-ri7n to announce Y: a uI'C. and abjern of free and l.iwfn. com .

' r 4.attJle t. ICrCl.t Leon <- n.ni) IJ111L puRclI.qs'E .;:;A ARTICLE. merce. s.> tEotthey niay *4 carried and transported i ia -.5

?1.i.. the frseest Banner by both the contiarting: pirtie- -\en
\VhereVer the citizens i/f cither rf the
THOUSAND contra to places bebncing to
-- till enemy eiceptine oily tbs
..-- : rzcJ t' A tLX shFb1rccd ti> seek refuse !
"L flflflUVi( e A nr asylum'in places whicl are at that time becioged or tlockltffdand

E-Sa; *idjtLi theto up.-VM.iu Ma iB"lOHM'u' : ALES o1: Prime Cotton, square By the President of the lr. Stales.Proclamation. the ri7er ,*ta"stortsor donunioiw oftho other.j ith lo avoid a doubt in al: that ;nrticular it ih declared Utnty -

r Counties in I1SL(1\: I'.alcsni: IK it be their vcss6 V AetI.erofnierchantxr. of war, iukl2ttc tho e pIac.orII are b.ized or blockaded wnich at*
mu-t ilchvcred
; jrclemd, inli. 2i thrltfi h of weather -
pn\a'c, stress of
pursuit pirates actually beded blockaded -
or be'licpreni! forccapalle
, LtM.P: u ;.<.r.niii. uuludrr, <>r a deduction will !>t by a
( expertThfv tnemip shall be eiitl and .
-------- --- 1t.t e CAIflslve IUHIM ft-r t'.uin,; Cotton, li'imanif' vrith the Frh
y prccairti&na,jtf may l he deemed
; : Oil 141iNS. El. >j u, 2j ti: ts p.-r. 1ak .r t te n, iiid WHEREAS expedient on UIP part oftiji" ectsve \ .

". -' I "i I t t'v ..'.?'.r SrlTA : if tUe). b'-conu tI.uri'1in'crs of i it, no charge will hemadf. Xav Ration I b tw, a.cn Treaty the tJiiittd of Amity, "oruii"r, and inorder to avoid l fraud, gmi 'ti* them all fat or andprotection T :
5tat of h' arctic;
ill nakc .'.tt-iiie : Amenc i urd hf rorjtraband 'Pire enumerated and
1 w&amsf Th'-y w un cotton stored with the for their \essel \
UnHd repairing I I
at&Yd 3Ie.vtCi.ri Suites prtrcurini: clas-
lilt in, for upiueuf! itlier {o Ntw-OilcuiiN( New -York "vas coiuJidai and tirrnrd J i-sionsand ) jIlpd. lnch may be loun'J iri n \e.4et| bound) H" th
Wra /ra: nirH: df-t T.tion and ci'tifi ca-.

*J "t't' < < rti:>.'.tr P.-< kt I iwtwo-i :ZIti1 itt, I), 1-cii HT"0'h I 1S31.I I ISif t1&rt), on the ilf.h Apnl, one thousand cuht hundrt-d r tlniroyage kin-J. vythout. obstaclt.3 luijdrjjice cf aay lIOn leavinif frvf th- re-t of th} ciro and! th<* vt'Sf l, ; :
"" .. y-lne, which Tn-.iry is i f.-rworJ JVJS lm! the .
\ W < .Hi*, dill lii: Illf jTCStllt M.1- wont usfolow! > : orrofrs may iIi! In M' 01 thei'f > UIPV ee ,'"?-

t- P' > !_"- i11\ i. s-crurud on ..ifj.'iGe -IT.1It1ANNA HOTEL.i'rd.'Lr .- it'.an The U mud St's of Ainer ardth' t nit ed Mrx- Ar.TICTE XI. '-j+fpr er No e'sofr-ither! ofttie two tution
* A. I1''i's' '; & Co. at >'evckilraiia, or a: : : States desit'W ofrstahhsiuisotjni < rni t ine'lon_ lite Nf'i .ipa- on iCsflI't of hnvn:* ou board arti I
r .. : Ic. I, L'z THOMAS ewr.airiyt! j.ti; i IIOf.MIS.'v u-lat.'ousol! trie J.-r.pJi.nt i iiaj.j.i/y) / sub-i.i. All Tesv 1 merchandize cr Affects* l>conpns! : to tlr l .>f* {rvS i vf, whenever the nu-ter cautain. ufp
-. ..- v l. !>% tveeii the t o Ivpubi! <'>, haw c'ct .ru..r.td l tofu i in a if'rcna; f f nie of thefontrnrtin f'1rt'es hieh nv\ j **; -_- ..- 'Jfi.i.O: : v- A l will deliver up the jx i.-f-* of -

eftj1WIIS. HAWKINS' eta r and poMtiv inaiihor, this rules xviiirh haU in future be oaptmcd by pirates, whether within the limits of rcori: triit.anI/ ) to tb>- captor. uide H tin- quantity ..f urb :Ir-
REGUtt? HOELEASSS P l r renjjiou-sly obscixt-d i '"tuctn j'Irk d-nn, or on the high seas and be carnul I I nclefso'
];\. s ..I. 'nil '. :' I A1.V.1u r. < { CVT of a t both, y ac may I"S { cr *.it. .iiidof.M> inrei* a iu'k, tliattbey raai -
ratOt A IIUt i'ral into or found in the rivers, bays sr i n'>tdominion1 be r 'CrivuJ boaitl:
:1 (II tb* .
i : ; ,.: .' "u-a vT 1 iJOn 1'ort.tt uc } cptu: mi 'eL 1 v\'r.j.out
L i. LI T( ii: kit h iniji ( tIJted ,t : of the other, shall bo delivered no I' -rcattacoi.venience; !bu' in t-.is. au'i iu All other c i'.' > of'i i

jj1I 1'f1'E )-To tin Leon ttIeS ct' :1"tFiC.% hzs ; 1bs1ntuI Artppnv} flut1r, the owners, they proving, in dne and proper J ieteitiin. the \es-st-l df twined si-all be snt Iu ti! 4 S
I a cit izt rftie U nile.! :itzitt.s iULII (.Iar'r \ t1tir. i f<>rm, thy 1t r"hN bofrn.the r.)mv-u-iif ( ri.-lRfc t a-t t'IlIV1.iPOt and "uf- for

I_ I v A'l'' 17thf April: : ;:, 1 .1-2, a a U'ji- a# l li of th United S'titca of.WnXii artho! r.ji i'Klcx"T I : I i- I; it heiii, w a il iKiderstMod th.it'be cUin.s ihilln.ide : 'a. i& tu !
*v \, -- ,. \LE.! wh'jsaj shis naive i* liiini>, ahH j IT j L h in!? l'WtISA"J "'* 'Vic, 1'rci- witJ.in (.fl.1 % t.tr cwr.tnv..: from the crip'me <.t t :

. .- : > .L :
?. i, .L. ii: yars tfa2 -, it'ftt. 7 ji> h IM-1.IA: : tl.ti.xt, i i uu..pwcrf ILU i.g ( (,ifcrrtUiLe I I r heir attoni"v <, a'r by the ar rttj ( f there
< rir.S'lt 4 : f.,1! ,, wl > raciivf | And. it
tr ; ;:*; > it, hm iflL: ,-\ ; vi-iprra4 frpq lently happen that veweU sail
i sv1.-' ; b'niii'spnn pa naoon! binwjjifl l hi- lx '- Ahnan '.II) eriIiLIelLts. I :
.i.a. t ,!t I fTr 'pL SccrcurV rf fr a
%% ihn.nu the tjr
iiM.1.-u.yu.iv t Ut pre.v i&t ptirt place belonging t< an fii without k'l'.vv-
L -, shirt and tilaek l hs : my
a v o< oren Air'lr"
: j s a{ .1 as a trulit'aKu, -H\eeu Ma nui-a and I| ,. l'\.T'iI0Mel'; J 'tiii' 1.i"l'.Wilui-:: Xl!. i'3 that: tlif"anie, w beMver1, blockndeH! or nvi"Teil it .
rM id to prove .hui.< i > iH., >,-,
i !
pjoi-uiypay ;
ir 'I. of the jt
G rcU-ry Tr.av
-UUeans. ?; > -ihe tLtu! ..a Laid, ..r b.i.- ] rhehi. ip : v: and is a igr'-ed tLat *". try vpe s-xeituattd. maybe tuint-d away -
, :n aY. i; St. '.larks if 'I j >s.-SHi.jPh.Mi.ounti.iries! : af.rKixsi 'c..ra-cd W hen e d b-jlonsinr totSn rh7P; from snch j
any : cf'pitherofthe
I.P tin but
J \M .' IIRVAN:: Jr. Jaor.! rupi.n-.i. C.ij.; : if ,sufi'U..y a .d exrhau} 41 in due f ; port or filace. shal! n..t be ib-tainul;
.. 11- i --'.. i ( c niMii-. tj:, i i. .f i dsu r< -.ain pen"n::\ inVsna : .r estiJ Tin ihtir st .er.t p'ves a.. rnntr.-ictin? partioVhall l.p wrer kM fT.urd..T. I.no j : nhall! aiy part nf h r c.ar'i. ifiotcontraShiid! unless' i
L' l luncairi, -d ujinu thtoil-, in- or slnl! <=u"pr!} dam after
iin-lpmuut--ihc uMnox-t au iri.tn. :u uuseu'Histidt > articies: anv ; e on the roa*" or within the!I wjrnr 'of uch b.ockade .'r iiivetuj ffomllwcomn3ndiiigofMtrr

: .. -* <> liN <-lriric': ,. p.y r freitit: '1 1.. AIITICLK !. d.nimritof UA cthrr ll.rre hil! he ;vrn to ir ah th!4. ; nf th blockading trip, !. siiou'dngairi ; !

vrlCH._All poison: < lia iiv. ;-'. t :!:,: v -aplfai; n i>-,-ird. re shall bfirra, iiiviula.-,, and univer S as-i-t.incp and protection ir. the hirnrrnn'cr; s hirhi Hu a'u-rujit li> entt-r tht* aSureatd port but he ehnl! be

I '., rs'gi 1 IX *!?. 1 __._::_ -i h '-I.1'. .' cijJiJO_ \ IVS-L. 1.jiitls! :14fld-..i.tall resl.\nKr.-aad-U 4 ti 1r14 uu ,., .tt: rIk.litI..I.i! ,.. I tTvi. it.. Unit1 ual and cn'.loninry w th the v dfis o'" th nation permitted t., cf> to any other port or plac she maythinkci '

\ ... '. i U.a* ifl 1 s c *hi O rtI I'nitod: McxJ-an Stat.-s inn vvlu-re the damage! ;: kipn&. j c-rr ittin r thm tn cnloid pt.pr-r: or shall! dny vessel ot either ofthef contracisug 4
:'i4lv f.c x-tiu f Lt! ,r 'j.,fl nn.1 the *uid vesaqel! if 'fil< mrrthiiirlizo. *"*. th -
i L ,i it- ..irn Ij l1IttI1. rUOie an1 m-ci"ary. and j I part: iity have entered into such poit before the

v i ; .jf-vf-r bnr: rq-3. A ftd r : s- 1 .%JCb UQ s.T I,e i out)Lt (11t( .li'Mr people and'citi/-ns rt ipt ct.vtiy, 'wttl.- frets, tlin j>rr atjlirt whc-h rmy hrifcrned xnpdient it j s.ir.p was cm.y) hesi.> ed. blockaded or invested by 3-

.- l1 ,' I1Ut4.M"4 4L L'I PICt4)I 'fjt ifl 4 r p1 r's_ j on the part of the ir-pi-c'iveeov, rr.rttpnt; ia order to I t j tie Ather.! be restrained from quitting HJ.CII place wir her
. '- ari 1w I I .i*: ii a I j I The 1 !.RrL:: II. avoid fraud!, without exa'-tmj for it any duty import "."rgo; : or iffoui :te cite alter the surrender, 'dm11 such

e 'l4 4rT: ?i TUttS. I S ( J > '': iiicuvv.! nnii'iiid \\ h'.hc.K-hi i -. nuciJ Plates oiAtIrrl and thMViMM x- coatriuation whatever unti they be exported I v .swe! ot hor care'., l 5 c liable ts confiscation, bet shau be

'. ,.- -'"i; : I i.t r -f M..y uo\ (, fur Ilie j..n* -j us- ..1 I| jea n '.atc i dcsi-m to tako fr, the l liaFis 'tf thcTnrreineiu rc-turcd U ihe owner tfc. reof

r- : ni i i .nvsird.rj, r i-ureiiaMii" i--.t .n :.iw! the inin i peiftct equality :ujiu.i2c r"prdy. ARTIC'LCKIII.In J

c- ; -j > m.: T ti -i.ijiv-nt! ,;,v.\.i -y\vith H.OS. T'l.-y .i t iiiiitually iii. to grai.l any pnrticula- f.tvr { : \ whntpvcr! relates t/i thp Purce Mnn rf prtatc- eli AITICLEXXIf.

i -: I i-Mm- s'iri. ana vvai.-h'msf: } .mil; runiiMif: a 5 (M1 r u iii..ns m respect tu tonnn't-r-v and rav i-ation !i thief r hy ti! will ora!, iriesta di-j.ovul f!such In ordrto all
r \ I. : ; t I I ., iI '- \ U; li-a, 'v iw that k ii.-li ihul ii..t prcyertv preveit kinds disorder ii. the vi. itlnaii'l
'-e-i and .h- becnnc '
;point nf Moi-ivi-; maiLdiitoly orv\hate\er
: town J C..IUT..I to th, ort or derwi"iua inn it may I.e. by fife. examination f Jhe.Vtrs cl" and
4l 1W *-s me of"i "lio.-CMttin other n ho shall! c ir omif born tii ,
i % > jiurihi; >rd t aieuh r j ila' ** v. a? t.- parly; Cl4the szTI,,- fr.t ly if t1t, dorconceion exchange orlfj-tusnent.or in t.nv uih r ni mr intrac'm the
.. parties on high thev
.L-- : y \< j I: _-.4 J ? M wH have agreed,
iMV"viii !
| IOfrIy ,
by'than jita tiaUl laIt:
. iv. v tr-i-ht. Th > .1! r tuii; the c.nd.- iIc r what-'eer. the cr.izcni oj the two rontractui nar mutually, that whenever th vessel ntwar.
-I. 'fl I >: -. >- e4t. ,|,U'.i's 3i .i d,-tiKin : turns, it th" cor.cobMon s ties hall -pubtc or
, iii'T *, : nd wl: h i--t oondir..al. i t-njoy. inthtir respective 6t.e:; < and! t"rritr>- private hncod meet with a nentral ve- plof UIP other
( i'i. -'HMyi.nl I :*nl nut vu-u'i\t: jixjortn.'ut .t f iT"ui.i'tf AETICLE UI. nr a t'he samp pnvilpffp. fxffiiptia'i bhTtics-and the
:* fir-t
rtgl contracting
patv of
7. v. d l, '_,T -j V. tj ,i -, I .- ttl.d-; ; .<, L--\i\ as I \ixK.nd. in ariy cffsp d hOt. and may send lila boat, with t remain turee nu men cannon on-* ;

L- | i')-! I.ii: .v V.T.-I, rnli: h and .Vtu-nnii Dry-< ;.M.db, I nli.rrv, Heely an.J rc-nn ly, to c'u i th their! r "
( t ) : \ I J4n..ate, Dm:'=?ir.il :.t eJi.-n: <. I I'.ats, S--ild. >, SM.-I s p. j W.Jify anI ctr4p' tn 11 SUC)& [)uli 11t1 river j tl- those, which arc now. nrmuy hp-e.tfpr hppaid by persconcerrm.r; the owi.fcr.ibip and al"thePS pa-| -

C. iiia t ::1- -i- I >..- : ,1 -4< Gh-->-\VM-e, ai', Iron, Suclr..'. x-. 'M 'the Lmtcd Slate* of America and o7tnc' V-f d I tlie! chiieris ofthe Power in whose territories tl ey may: without cau in!ef.c r or iVt.eat- - rrh! I I" i- If.i; Mexican States! to which other | 3ide. '
l I :;,ot, f fcriiirs r.re por'mitthe re j w i iAKTICLF. '!tt. fir lit 11. t'lecoiflrnrtridfr.fthe' s.-iid
I i4 f 'JIfflIUJ. 1 tci] tO aimed vpN --*-
J 'tlflc :o
; euLer 1It ) nni"
;uuc- and hait; i I'P j
"sROTi o >
NTToT'l-T/nvToiTcA? t 1 r> jonitift witii their ind -
i AND persons '-
and r
side XIV. pror
n :
M any part ,,f the 4
1? Orn-'ULLYiiifbi-msil'Pci-' si, t.Tt.Kioisis -: tynd.; Pir tl'i- rmrposy- the C"flrn1fldCf< otVud ,
I'KODUCK.STKRR private 3rn7d
'I-n $
i -- ,'- sd ;ifwini'v.. tint hr : for; thrparses; t( pIt of and .cc'py Jq aY43! wait : Both tbe contracting partif* rrfnie( and cnei a to a vps f-ls sh.il! hefjr1 'ee -ivfr.jr their l-UIgvII"4'H, ; t.

SbTrilGES; d tUirr-n-nw nv.nmhoe phitheir pju'Cial IIOICin Iu tIll' .--on-.aod % V* :uthcint 'crurity to for
: Loiisioi. there:,! in all .sorts; j ; p [property j dii"Vi ahIih. d tr a
I prodnrc, an-3tuU, tJ rer. j off the citizenofptcii othor, of .'tl. >.ttiur who they tnu} cuiuir.it. And it is S
: .4 :; %ij .if'c; fldlt dnnr ''Ir iii'; tl C.r t'f. 1:1 i: 'n.e t.f iii nuss, %. jjj -,( '1 .andisc; nnd, eii'rl1y the ocuj 1 ex-resslj agreed, th..t il.ejjj
j S 'H'f ..d j, t hi r.id-i- c.-, I hy I. ':. 1XV *V < < t1-: *rei ia se1 'f .f each nation shall ,-njoy, th- ivrrhants and trader! rmy t l.o in heir tprntorst.Ll! >j-ct to tl"' juiM.'icti..i | neutral patty-I. .I. iu ft > cae.. be required ii ri .'at.
i AL r v--P., 4 t1t'i'th, 'if! a i r' Ir'I l fcuiitJ 1 K\'X4 ) most conn-hte prour ih.tionand .; on*' ortiife; oth-r. tr.insif.t! or (i'.veliiij th ri-in: l i l board tin esnnjn.in ve-s -i foi the purjio e exmbitiojf -
airtnviit: the
> tn I oir.tyforthur
tn ,
:- comrufrr I vii: >pn and frit- tn tht-M tLo! trlbunais i his;
'p uj ot f.jU3tir : Iv o'.ii-r ; ju-tn puttO
1rr'I i> ) |) ( 11' :J.f ci'ii'iu y, Yni : AlDI ti') %' :ji L1 ti.t Idslitr to.u
or oU.cr .hilic inith, ir judici.'l f tli.-
( *, 1iUr. ? <-n >ame termwhird ar- -
& Ia | : it: and .Kj-H'jr.: lji\-'jor.d; ( '- F-. --i i:5'-: -o a.id j I J- MS, or fees h-u.M xt-r, HUM! tho) 'c whih tI.! .; M ,t { falavortd :il l artiJ t ,i-'i-nurv vnth tl.r tntivp>j or ett./.cn' of tn.> Aft iICLEXXIII.To .
;ke. i i! >i.its --, l : ;irtiu.r! ixf., L.V.I .i. I >i.i i < 1 j.- nailru..is an i r be oLdi 5_ .
\ .,. 'hits niid) sh.' .i! ry-u'in- slt aU ; may -d o ptV; an ii 1 ( ountrv in xvl.u'h tIP- in.sy htr; for whicii th v m ivin avri'd a'i ? in jof vpxatto'i and abase in tho tt
TiI1I hi I ; r T.I.ilu :
I "i ::< untI.e. I) -rra ,'- y. f-'U1.: x v 5th i-njoyjIhJic njrfits! privileges nnd t li\v in d'f'-n're r.f ihtir "tarn- 1-
... i ;x.nti.m J> nshN. such advof ite sobti I i.i'itU'ri i elpapers :rftiuc
r to &
'j iitiNri'r, t''n tl s ..t ,.f filM ,j. j :" I. l t.- l I.plt -. '.f v iT ii 1-ei-ct to navi-itijn; : and > ihi-ownership ve'I! b1uj !
romui ri.ation heli ta? j t.uis ri'it-iim. 'ioiit- ; ti l r.iftor i. a they ;iongins to tli!
nr.v ? fthe
!.2i !"itize''
j. 'i l_ \ i ,> it l.t-rrhy ivfii ,,'! c :..Iit1'i I lit : | i t\vt eo"fractiii pari..- ,
: til 's ttvirc d ( .f
j p. 1 i proper, in all their trinU at iawani! the ,
cuixen-i Irve
r.ritay inj.' clei t hti.py a rrtd ar.d do '
'I. '- > .Inst> Ihft-Hta'; : ti' 'ii-n, NE W4I OOB [ but ubJc-t to all!j ,Ib!, KW ; -- : 7 }Mt in case: on* ofih'rr*
;pn-sMit > 11-i-s, and t'.tir
,", f- i. ; -ttt. (.t f iL a: I er [parts ;.r aZPIitsha;>! t-noy. in .-very If a.t ithtaisjp lioold f>e CH211 Jin war. thve -.-i-s bvlonstinj to thf
f ny'rihe jme '44''r d I l.1 l.\ tto C'l'.I1 tt. ht 1
( < privif-! e.j, pjtht-r in titizen* i t. otler: V
[rsicatin2 2 or rnt.v. t-t pi-lied; withPH
'u ?t -i! <1.4L| < eAT. M mil* IMV V h- Tic !lil'Ciiy t > rnt.-r and iivh! 'tit f.: iiditi 'ette.s or
ir-f> tie vsse'' af : C r tlinr ngliis of < cf !
? t er on or 't .
prfrty. a pr.-pf f-xnre-j .i!! ll: ,.
[ ;
t fl.P sin
: 'vi A.'tiv. .t! !
mtioiis" whifh! this '
JOSEPH LtDD: article r. eat. ,ii.H] not I I4 the citizens, of tha country v.lscre tht caa ois rna) b* tho vcel andal the'i-sriiP .r.t: :are oI'ul'halitathn
'N'f'.ii; und.-iMooii j.
will -inncx'-il. I Ii to uiithorirc the &r .
t trait1 whi h ic. .he
; ( rru-ir'r or ainiiijd'.f. --t t 5'd
r n-: ] Ai.'it 1 10-h -.".->. 34-?w. | t 1>lAS inutcd totirtliojial es! only.AKTK ves-el.in order iha itn.i.y
AI1TICLCXV. tf.--fcby .i x :tr iha.thaid vt-4- elredy!! and troJy! V
-iCTuli'S\VILLIs ivccivcd hy ilio M.-IIOUIKT DaWcbstr l- ?Co iirhi LI. \ belongs! > i lli>' tit/on* of"uoe >>f"tiie eo t.aacti'ig
& ItU p.ir.ie>;
other S
__ ; rc-r dull' 'shal! be hnjrc--d on the The citi-/pn oft IIP L'n.ryil St nf hat hkpH'i
f }
JII12t. tea Ameri".i, r coheir .i! if" thii uch bei
L '.l and s'.dtp Spk-nd d It : into ; vep's >ig ; i-
u jiloi. the
I roinjleuckof jHir 1 Un'ted
: a' *nciai.tlicnMvfs| Mri-rtn; Stats of (1i ." in ih.' L'l.tti'd 3Ic\iean dan
in li.e n beetles
JMUJT ..' Northern Produce. < ruicsf Jrv-U4ast.! ti; ;
; .< 'fM'iI-l.\K.i ) uir.T! tl.dr. ( Li protiurf, qrows-i, or i.ianufacarc of the U-: | h(ou.e'< and the brt rronfed wall e-itiric.te .
) A ppisfui1 propeilo's ef
( ) ; I ni'inp V1U,1I are Livfr}>ool! *:ilt, hi.n kt rl ( N. 1 I' lilted Sutrs of America j protpct'tu' inc >\cottaiiii: g the -everal partli'uiars -
0) tl-an
e <" t. .. c./r: sorTiIInlia thoc wliiji t're; (;iov.'rnrrei-t. with t4'- mo t rf"Cf ; thecnr i
s.ti.1 *
seantv and > : r. whence
.s.vMul its vi- i Uni'i Irish p libertyof plafe ttm
>rit a tors srd j vesse. aifpro ,
] vu.s: in si J- >-!t sjik nilidhe I or hl-e ariicb-s the ,
!t IT- oi--:: i ix on the N. K. tif k U produce, r''th. or iiMl.fa''tur'' t ul rnus.-c.ejicr; lk"yball r.r.t \ > dared or nioieHterfin( I ; ti"t if may be K'ioxvi hollar any bidden .- '
Cot ner tuNUne 1 gr : )i ( -U1&- ;, \aC!r- any other fort'ijr" do or d> *
Jantiat Al iot ro-intry mm-or nny Iicrca: ':r any manner on account cf their! rplL'ion, so fnt ai they trhij'J: rooo'--*; 01' ttMri! tJ. sam. : vvhicli certifcj.ttjtli
ISJ2.'YrORJMl'.rMATISM.. j..iii>, 1srg( c.l i.n.MC, ?
iron :Mid stc-t-l 1'1'juj.lis pay; li.'r .slnll articJc< the .
*, ; rodur, r' \\tli, or n'un: ure! > t the' Constitution die laws and be iit.'nJfou' by th" s'i---i:
j established! !
t br.st l\\t\ ( :'in, \vlu(-.-, -oT! r, J\'bi r'iof various' kind I*. facturtoftlie IJinud :Jtvu-an i ca- 4 : pico; wheac thaj
,: Ul.-'ksiMith's '1'o.iN vi btatcsIn; sitlij. d on I j secf'1t( : country v\ hare they re&i-le: a.d! they shcli j iieiauy |- | .e ; % tii ini.r.\td Vii'es iheinntrooui'tion i
: } a into tiif
patf-nt '
Uinrrd Stairs of Amnio.i, so: lho pmierij! of b-jry'mz' the dead in :, : th rLvi ce-'l
IV <'ry cxUiisiveusortiiK, -nt >f llnrd\v .nF.nirhsh: o iu her plc 'lL med. tu b.' it!.
P'unmn5p4io; |$liH Wr.-iimdt.and : ?nd ; :: or i iher duties than! !
) tl.ose :
; defori whirl Ilf. which ust : .
'I | ) 1 lomcsiic Oo'id. .ant ,r now me, or ? 'rfrifbr he. aligned for I thiturp.e j Ly IIaec.rnrett-Ltt riZl ?HI be decIa.dunlIes
a jr' d asMirtir.cntf 'tIeij I likeart: \les f y
> Dmyi 1-
/ :- ( 'n'UrH: 0d! ". uliirh f any other forc .
: nor-l!)
me t : now { ; the funcraii thz. .
.cuuiirydt or I'1 a"i tIf.t
*'' \ con1'j.'n: / i.my L rr sepdichres oi'the ; be s iisie-!
'" ..> ,.f ik, M'sol.-r. : Vfi"tiltd! cider ofv cry ?MJ quahly, btvMfif-r< .
J- pay.
I arr > ly manv' 4 j dt-ad' be' diMurbeu i iij uny iiianuer, or t uuer :&, by te-.trr.ciu cnt.rely tiuvaei; .
ajv : Inj the
id 'jYM mil: in M tl! b'Xcs 1aiH. I ii prcrf iati,1ic.tfll.e ;
i bale i < :t hcr duties shall *
""- or ''"*riicAj't.e.t in !h tflj-a-f pr, ( pot >f imp'ed ir tin if-pcr- tt j 'wa cumjetet iri .u.. !!.
coI 1, flUL1lP1t : s.ia'ui.r-h' Jutis shl's{ I'onnei"ti-. \M.} live states
> 1.ritendit flt3dOtPS U fYer ti : on the ( ipfifvtiyn of 't'rviizPn theUn.ted
) L1 any e.t.<:-i- ti' tl I t- ; !exi.'n Statc. l: !
t But ho batqa : e aSsrU1-lIt if fairv: aooilsuud rt: dviiUnk- | State? ('Ithe (.tIzrccltraitn., 't' :xiv. 5 5''
L.IL JEUJs a fiir trial ()f I -J Parrv. thai'hose which|, j il'nrf iruout aJl ?ti .-ra'paiid lerntonp of the I'nile: .5

cELIflI.I'ED LINIMENT, now! or uny hereafter b'- paid o thexp'uiation! ; i tti- ol Anit-rira the -Jime protpelimi; and what I tc his i farther that the -
agreed !
f.r lui t'.vo .orrwhioi) sfiptilation above
; sro Lea-ihtildtrsto leMffu I the liKi' artit'J'-s er
i0 $t. of lit ''re niu Jo any oilior f:wisiruinfrv: nor J alluvved the free e\prci! cf their rel'g'ion, in ;ti!,icr pr- fd, r.lativ > to -,i-iJm; and -
trj. 'iis ?
> 1 _:4.vv-"j' evimir.atioa of .
r-iin 4 thi t venels.shall
j.u- : ; during < o proiiii.iinin oe
-- rtc.it .iJ rtrtjr rphrf. and tnanv hivenJ4hour :. Miaiiany ( staIigfd) IIfl tJif cxiiition I oi1I1)PAtttiabfl iri pmate either witl.ni ti.nrown i.on-es. in thpclap apf.ly i ur.ly tuthe winch sail without

a I I !J as a Eli! j aiidhwi'isr, rr.e4,1 IIEV wa e-ho-re} rav! 1 0 ttJ K.- I r | of any anicle, the j-iz.-4uc'. :iu," til or' .'! or places of warship ot-t apart lut tLi: I parposo. v.hen aL J1 v.-s-tl* are uad-r roiivo ; 4fii
4r.. ,ll i B'"t&ffl J" f/tti n on ht'tra c, and !libt-ral }idvrinfs] I.D if, and io I i aiiaiiclun.ftho I'l.!!,,! Sutl: ,.f A.i. rica; .,/ convoy tlm --bal (:.Ycl.uaM.in -
\icinity.. who W firvrrv of l ; oftlicwn.'f.nd..
fre ofUie
L4' | punls.i'-t l., a I Itrwf. uflurI!. AViilpiyi: hI'trd! j.nc*. (1:f Liiiu.1] : .xlfxip. States, convoy or nU vv>rd of
I uiittii. ia% ( fulii i' .ti. aspcctnely. in tih.r: of Inr.ar. tr.ttthi! ve-s uruier hw
, ( .1iiq'. *. t14 I- :' 't.l k 1)e. aa. r : :;i i ; tlicni, iidi: ) :.Hii t iiihk- bi cilablULcd ARTICLEXVI. pr-nection boL.nz ta
manner tha
c1 I :
1i i.at.o'u, v\hyse he
4 '-1'" .: .' i., -'.' : .! li'p.ii.1:: cur-.pr iV; i C D? i [>sT3S* nuii-- with itapcct to other foreign cour rics.Ar7lC1 It fhall bf 1 iwfnl (br the citi/pns< the Unitod ate.sper tjounIti.' a2 enemy's tag put. earneand that they have when nu contraband the ato

'" i.'i ? ''J' Ll.KM\T.: in r-v, vvhei'f vI"rij1ii I J No ? V. o Ami'pca ad ofthe Unite Alcxi'-an Stales reof PL.d5 on tward, shall be sofEcient. -

1. 4!"i.i'fj.n ,,1i( uu ily! f.uod! The ..A'I'd higher i.r rtther! dutu s rhar-f; ta awoitnl Ii t' civ. t saitLiti.. their ve->es' with at!! manner ct'i IC].

: ud w.:1. vucce**. j.r *, ,* .Sprams.t. "7T -iLi IVTim: th J <. (' tonnage, Iigiitorhxilior du-s, pilora-c, .snlvaaf iura= !| n') and tihrrty! no distinction hem;? rnadwho are the A1TICLEXXV.It .

I. ii '. "t the Jc.luK ChiluUtiS. A.C.r V in Ja-k (iii County V. ttt FJornia. i lis I 'Ufi II t_ ; t'r )'.% irck, r an p r.thcr rhara'c;, owr.er-iufthe inprch-indze; hden thereon, frc-ui U further !. that mall I
i fl 1a1I lie any port agreec eases the eqtihisbp!
-, Jcfit..i IIUIu.4 J_ in fl ofthc .
r i on that of llie Re
1PCt. opposite iM< i. } ('n vt -- port to the ; laced ci those vvlu now are" courtfor
i now i csuat-s ill ti.e
> !i. All it sti'iiiH ;its -f vritin Mill be .'r.i. '.' I I he U na I a d i atrs ('tt til(4 jr. tli-a j hereaftpr le ( prize country to which the printed .-
c i.:. r-'tKiAS.! ( < !, I. tIe : t ) ( tyit- or n.ay at enmity with tho (In i ;ze.s may be coiiducltd. sfiaii alone take a
-- s : ; h' i-i.t. t ,- ;..lit jj" !o tl.eir ]ciral. ar'ir':. j : same j1iris Iy Iextt tii esseI ; ntr n t[ie; I Itrts j rstatos of Am nci, or wuii the Lnited 3lexi:jean 'thsni And heuever such tribunal cogniz-tur i.f
JOS23FH.Jtl : ''J'F 1 i.ft1e i:;tiutl tates f jtfltC. 011 ant St.Ue It /.aIi likewise bo 'jv. lui for the aforesaid cit- [ ,t0CUe j'i ?liutiit again parts hhal!
-, % 'SCI tli.'n shell} l-j j.yallt.; i,, t-; sanlcpousuntl3Cf : IZPIIS, re.-cctr ty .il with their any 01 g.iod. or ;
I I ri wp VT *- the UniudMittr C3- oy vessdj and mer-1 1 propertv claimed: bjr the citizen* of the othr the seri-
S s ofAni* ri trsde with tii ? same libt-rty and security tears of decree shall! mention the reason motive

iSi, Vy- :;:'t I V I t ii; bv the bubviihrr! 3 ARTHI. R VI. from iljp pi-ires ports and hav-jns i f ilnn-i wLc: are j j winch the same sball have Ken/Wed and ; in
sl -' -p '. fi'in : Murkj The -nrorhti, s1.tI 1 ) jJC ;.:dtl OJJ fhp ;irnrrt1iaIt] ,; ;n.to enerr.iof both or either party tthoct any opposition ticfitf d ofthe ; anaut.Vn*
vp > J'\j) | ht. f copy sentence or decree m
V'-crv., i r Kl: : th! I.nitrd Me> icin Sutf-s "f ai.y.rtrl..- lie turljHfioe) whatsoever conformity
ry aulu or not only chiec'iy from the w.th the laws and of the S
>' t.4) -J. .JVu rK IilaCI IVI'Ie JflC(! growth, produce, or nianufirtme of tu: Ui.urd Stattsjf : [ lacus of tlincnerrv' before mentioned. i
*)M'- ,>. j >,,: < :\Jcs-, dear and prime,) STKI.I': ni rUcd vvnh a si.i-totli crop AiiuruM, vIntar! s-udi importation -I'I ll I be i..i but also frous one p'ace' beionpir; ta anoier! place! beed to the cummandei or agent ofsiid vMsl l be divpr.
witnou'td 5
Wiiu. I1.V'.N, ...r l mid a swallim fork c.n ihe) ritht ; brj n-: Mexican \iheU or in vessc.s! of the United States! tIt lending to an enm.y, whether they he under the! j Li rij- ny deby, he paying legal fees for the sained a -

{ n ... I'-: ', LOUR, d.J It. L. hulked tn be five yean old ; and apprai- America; and liM'sr-inc duties shall be psid ante i Ini hcttnii iJ *the saLlt Coveiiuneiitor uuo'er several; r ;t

*t, Ii <. UU-hKY; ; ,ii i HV' W. vl'Dannitl, J. Shernl, und \V ni. Siicorks 1 IOU into the! Umud iit.ile of Arm-rica apt any aricleih i hereby s-tipuhted tint fr.--e shspn phall also gve freej ARTICLE XX VI.

} li-: \. i, HUM, ;' .v.irlh! 1 11 .! ,1t.trs--'Ic owner is iJ 'j-ired to f ro\ : jru'Alipr..due i or niaiiufattiiic.u f ico, ; dom t > gcod.: and that ovory thing shdi be doeruedU j| Forth? greater security of the intercourse between

.t)M < JK.C, nrojirrtv and tike Imtanuv.* WM. CI1AMBLISS: ; whether tu-1- inspoitatt.t .!; .shall! l in \ess-ls of tile i !free and exempt which fliali bj fon.'iJ! on board the 'S es-1 I the citizens ofthe United States of Arae.-ic aud nCt.'.*,

f }; '-A: < :KI-IIEL: S -l. \I:2lk: \1arl13, i32. 33 nil.-d htatsof Amnica or Mci.ic.rn vesN. The > els! belonging to the citizens of either ofthe contracting '| United Mexican State*, it u agreed now for th rtlalif -

3 i ,iat.-i'-:anic-dnt'ts shall !.e jr...J ;tfld tc! fame Unir-ties r:intl! parties, although the whole! lading or any part thereof I Ilit them should be, at any time ueredfter. an interruption -

I: 'I) 1* H---dCVW: Vaccination. j jTI1K j-drawl uk3 allowed, on il.t ivportaticn to Mtxico> should appertain to the enemies of either, etrntr band i iof of the friendly relations which now exist, or a war nn- -

-;'T : b Srks and n fluik j '.i and iii'M 'IIL per ->n% .f Tallahassee j i ; ny articles, the crow th, j.rodnce. or mapufaoti-re ]! goods being always excepted. It is also agreed th atthtf happily breakout between the two contracting parries,

1 i' *VX iri'nis kinds, ;he a.ljacnt Country will \actuated free: theUiitrd Sto'i-oof > rimwether!, su-h cvpoinlion : i I aln liberty be extended to persons who! are on board a J tbet-3 snail! be allowed the term of six months to the -

tiI.' (

.: I !!. McLEMORE.) nitui Males af Aincr. i; and the sains duties shall 'j thcr party, they shall! not be made prisoners crtikened in the interior ofthe State aid "tfrntorjca ol*

--.a; .\ :_ni i 17-h J S32. _ _ _:t._ _tf.Ar ::___ iaidaii>Jtiic&ai.ic bounties. and dravtU.cks all.-/ I out cfihat free vesstl.! uas UK-V' arc soldiers! and inpio each other respectively! to arrange their buW-. d.s-
-- ---- :iilhft cxpouuv) >n _)f articles the he nrtu it t of their tjtTecls.
j sor\
ally jjnivil: :, oi'-hetterny.-Iy: the st.r.u'ation I that po.i or tran j-ort them vvhere oeve- they -

rb T4 TIC is .fl ii-ICIf.I.\'S. AV.Vjben dticeormannlartMieof Mexico, to the United Slatts the Hag shall cover the property t'fce tu ,> cnntiactmgp.r.i may pleaded, giving them a safe conduct to protect I

-,. -S fi; rod I exACTION KELl'EKSind al! '1ue subject to pny TAX j A jsa () l : i ', :c.tIa V < ssil>. agree that tlm: shall b-5 '>o oad'?rsttod vvith I respect them to the port they may designate. Those citizen -
I ': AltTHI.h VII. to those powers who recognizo thti but if who may be established in the States and tertitones
rJT'(,.% j fur Licence, that) unless they call and obtain them mlj j ;iruicipie. a-
I 3 iSii IFlttcIjflftIll)18tiOfl will be jivcn to the Intcudant, All merchant) *, raj.taif.s, or cory.rjiandfrs ofn e- eithei ofthe two contraciingpartifs shall he At war with foresaitl exercising any other occupation or tradp, '}l.all -

Hid! they wilt \\jc liab'.r to lie double Taul.O. cndothercitizriisofthf United iltfttes of Ami rica a limd j arty, arid tho ether i.eiuraJ, the tbg of LIla neutral be permitted to remain in the uniiiierruj.led enjovrner.t

F. DENNIS, Tit:isurer, sludl have full liberty in the United Mexican Stateslo shall cover the propeitv of enemies wLo
41 the City'of Tullahnssce.Anr.l dncct or riuna e thenistlrcs, their own athrs, 0 r to nckaowiedge this principle and nut of cthci *. thempelte* peaceably, and du not commit any otiej.reagainsl -

17ih 1B32. 35 if. tyjn'nit them to the inanngtnient: whomsoever theymay the laws; and their goods and effvcw. of whatever

think proper. "Mthtrai broker, factor, agent, or ARTICLE XVII.It clans! and condition they majr be, shall not be subjVc? to

NewStorein Quin interpreter; nor shall they be obliged to rmploy for the is likewise agreed that, in the case where I any embargo or sequestration whatever, nor to any I i

rH"' .: o i N 'K'K' :; leave o u t M Hie vs of aforesaid purposes any ot.herpcrsons than those employed tral fl.ig of one of the contracting parties shall th.cctthe charge or tax other than may eMablLsbed upon wmi-

Ji. ( Judsdoi County and its vieiiuty, that they have i by Mexicans, uor to pay them higher salaries[ property ofthe enemies of the other by virtue of the alargoods and effects belonging! to the citizens of the

this where will always be or remuneration than such as are in like cases paid': by hove stipulation, it shall always be understood that the Slate ln which thy reside resDectiveljr:' zoi shall the

SA ; tiua sure in jilare Seasonable, Goods uch asthey Mexicans, and ai' .ihue! freedom shall be allowed, in neutral property found on board such enemies vessels),, 'hebts between individual por moneri ia the public S
LE.-T1 und Kl of :> ;
} a < ansorlment
f, subsrriljer having I Ii go GROCERIES! all cases, to the buyer and seller to bargain and fix: the shall be held and considered us enemie* property, and fundsor in pnblicor prlvatebaok or huei ia compa-

Cbe.nUcUftneerfwLwn! County, piv'es n- DRY-GOODP, CUTLERY prices of any goods, wares, or merchandise importedinto as euch shall be liable to detention and confiscation, except "'es. l confiscated, embargoed, r detained f 1$
b.e in HARDWARE ,
si htalnUCrtd Tallahassee every day GLASSWARE or exported from, the United Mexican States. as such property as was pot oa board each vessel beARTIBLfcXXVJI. II
Ht. ? may be dettrtd. Ilej ilar ale dad \ CROCKERIES they think the laws fore the declaration of even .5
ftifIld'tys ttc. &c. may proper, observing usages, war, or afterwards if it wer e
on whr) diy it i wjsht.4tir'c M SADDLES, BRIDLES, and customs of tlie The ciUz'nsof Mexico! done without the knowledge of it: but the coulractinj Both the contracting parties being deairoci ofsToid.
zed country. g -
; f lf Pn iwUe. In absence Then holt of wlnfli will be sottILtS cheap as I allinequalit in relation to their public commons- ittion.
my a- in- shall enjoy the same privileges' in the States and Territories parties agree that four months having elapsed after the
L'r yuiade t0 R ULS RE, city flUfl Ii i nn bC; purfba&ed this for from Navigation. They eall I and of the United States of America, being subject declaration, their citizcnsa'haIl! not plead i oora nee thereof andothciul intercoarso, hove agreed and do tig ee. 'to
ke will attend and the public generally to Iu the euvova. miniatwrs and other .
adniinjstraior or oticr gae R their to the same conditions. on the contrary, if the flag of the neutral does nut grant UU-M agentathe
ty licUashare
ti ''od1 tcUA1flRlC notice. ." ? for themselves. They rcsnertfully f?' ARTICLE VIII. protect the enemy's property ia that cane the odsandihaUbe same favor, immuaitk-s. and exemj.tiuu wbk .

%, ? ards. fr sile, will be received ,I' *4 thep-iblkpatmnape. TAi LOK. s. ft.iJj.itt.tf. The citizens neither of the contracting parties merchandise embarked in such enemy's vessel those ofthe most favored nation do or ma* enjoy; it tiing .

MSDr ion room next door Willis & Ru a I i1 ft33" n33 shall be liable to any embargo, nor shall their vessels, free. onderstood that whatever favors. immtniti or pnv-
Uba tote.'eb21 tnd C lSJk. ilegeathe United States America or il lId Uoite jl'ei
OMJJISSI.Vk cargoes, merchandise, or effects, be detained for any ARTICLE XVUI. < > S
|, JOTlNWESTCOTT.Jr.U832. .VfWtruT be earned ou as miiuaiy expedition nor for any public or private ptlr. This llbenj ofcommeiee tad ca-yigation thell l Mten d ican titatea.may find proper gibe to 'r. Miais': nxad .
27 Lf Auctioneer. t public ageol B! aojr uUici p Trer, tiuil bj

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ic'l: 1 fcc extended to those of each of the tfoatraciig !tt.ti tgiD in nt1 (. the engender ,. _
way, pratect or r.m manner
I wtiicn
parties. lion et?, ve i& to ftat my nctumuTatian unl il i iis L w m Ae tatter( left this ci.
'h such violation. therefore that I cannot perceive the utility ol OfltOfl ;I Hon. John Tipton of the Senate 2I.t
ARTICLE XXVIII. ihmliy. If(\ hat indeed cannot be was
expected) an
y the en
--- I
( ; In order that the consuls and vice consuls} (L'}f of the articles contained in the present treaty bhai 11 postponement.We med relative to the conversation in U- i
the two the be violated or infracted in whatever it i i are toll by the gentleman from Maryland, I'ROM TilE GLOBE previous to the rencontre *
contracting parties may enjoy right s, any manner to which s
Senate Wr
In the
that offers haw been made to the Secretary of'ihc yesterday, a scage was
pTcrugalivcs, and immllnit \hich belong 1 tthem Lo stipulated that neither of the contacting parties wiirder berry had alluded in hu testimony. I
or authorize acts of reprisal nor declar Treasury to ixchange three per cent, at thcirmarket received from the PRESIDENT] transnuitiedprinted Ir.Ta.
any .c
by their character, they shall, I eforc> enleiiiig r- ham B. Shaw
L *: the exercise of their functions, exhib war against the other, on complaints of'injuries o Ir price QI 96 pr cent, for the bank stock of copies of each of the /eaties, concluded was examined relative to i
t IL
UJKUI circumstances
their damages, until the said party considering itself oflcn I- the GewernmeU at market price which is a- with the Indian The Gene- under which Blake left i
commission in due form( to ih Tiibesj
: or patent, e ded, shall first have presente-d to the oilier a statl'ment. bout 12G ; anl he thinks it would be wise t accept city, &c. When his examination
: government' to I which they nrc accredited'; an(I nil Appropriation Hill was takp up. The *aa
of Mich e
.f5 injuries or damages: verified by corupctent e them. lithe charter the bank is renewed, eluded, on motion of Mr. L. :
I having obtained exequatur shall be lid'I amendments he Committee Con their they proofs and dem.ii.dcd justice and satisfaction, am I that stock \vill!>e probably worth much more than Already adopted in' thor in ho lur.
and considered as such by all the authorities, magistrates Ip I- the same shall have been either refused or unrcascna. its if not renewed much less.- of the \Vfiol\} being underpnsidenitionThe. proceedings trial 1 were pe ...
and inhabitants oft lie consular distric lily present prce ; till this ddy at 11 o'clock when
t delayed. the H
Would it be l far: in whilst the amendment incresmg the )louan e t for
government, question
til which they reside. It is agrreed li.vwiseto! receive ,_ Fourlhl). Nothing in this treaty contah.d.shal. II adjourned.In .
i is pending and Undecided, to make such an contingent of he Office fr in
however expenses Lad
and admit consuls and vice consuls in al II be construed to operate contrary the Senate, '
toj4brmcr yesterday,
tJC and existinpub1ictrcaties with other \- exchang 'Ihe difference in value between a 89,000 to 213.000 was opposed jmd the question \ViiITz I
and l Commerr.e'yho
ports places to foreign the Committee Indian
open States. w firve per cent, and one tearing seven on Affairs, reported'!?
bearini in it akeJl it
shall therein all the on I oncurrencc being was
I enjoy rights! prernga..tnes e 'i he present treaty of ami*y, commerce and nrviga. per cent, nust really be much greater than thedifference derided bill, re-committed to that f Committee, ,
the affirmative
in of
and immunities of thc) consuls and vice cdii I- by a /otc 21 to Cxtend.|
lion sS ell he and ratified the President betvren ] 123 cent. the benefit
approved by oj|f ail per Supx[ ing vaccination to
sub; ()the.'most. favored nation, each o the conIracting the United I Is The amendment striking nit the certain India
States America, by and with the advice(: ing them to be x'rpetual annuities, the one would appropriation tribes v\ ith an amendment
k : parties remaining at liberty to excepi t and consent of the Senate thereof' and by the- Vic .. be worth morethan! twice the value of the other.- ; /for the outfit of a Aliris.tr to France* increasing ,

I those j jxrts and places! in which} the adnnssion anc((1 Presidi nt of the United Mexican States, witli he consent I J I But my objectiui to the Treasury plan r.;, that it r uas objected to I by Mr. SJIITH, and a appropriation for the objects of the bill fmea
residence ofsueh consuls and vice consult and $6,000 to $12,000 whit'h
may noixcm t approbation of the Congress thcmf; and:I j is was
not to execute it-to continue these discussion in relation to tie of agreed, *
necessary expenses
I expedient. the ratifications shall l he exchanged in the City tlf: the bill, as amended, ordered '
duties, as (the S-cretary The Secretary WitS to
intercourse a
proposes. diplomatic in ti.s and former"
of third
XXIX. Washington within the term one year, to IH counted "
: ARTICLE from the date of l'.cs' hereof if has a debt o' twrnty four millions to pay ; he administration in thich Messrs. reading. t he general appropriation hill
It is likewise that tiLe consul ,"ir.r signature> or sooner no- >e, "as
airreed consuls
has: from of ( taken and the motion
the rcruing this fourteen
Sille.In. : receipts year, I up. to
their secretaries officers and attach I ,
witness whereof, we, the Plenipotentiaries; of the millions, nd' we are now told by the Senatorfrom vote by which the amendment increasin
s'd to the service of consuls, they not being citizens and M.\.NCUM toolpart.. The discussionwas ; tht
United' States America and flhe L'nited Mexican; Maryland: that this sum of t fourteen millions for the !
of the country in which the consut resides, Suites having siened ami sall d I ihesi- present Done is exclusive of he duties accruing this year. He broken 011' by an adjourriuent. xppropriation expenseof the Jndfcg illJ!

: .. dhall be exempt from all compulsory! pabhc) service in the city Mexico: on he 5th% day .--f April, in the proposes: to raie e-iirht millions by a sale of the i In the House Hrpreaditativi., Mr. PLUMM ot"the United States from 190,000 t)52501.

and also from all kind ol public taxes, imposts year of our Lord, one thous md eight hundred and, ihir- bank stock and o mlicipite: from; the revenues I :R continued his remark.H uitil the expiration 000 was rejected was agreed to, and after'

and contributions levied especially on them, I y one, in the Iifty-.ifu Ii y except those which tltCHaU be obliged to L niteel Stales of America, and in the eleventh of tlut to mailing busine- of I
pay three items IS to 126. Several
then of fourteen millions, e-iirlit mil a'ptf' !
j ot'the of amendment
which of the United Mexican States: Keport the Committee on
# _i on account t)1CflIzImerccortI1Cirpr4)Irtyt() 1 .. lions, and two Millions, make the sum required were then adopted, and the bill
A. 15L : LER. (ft. s.J J JL up the .Judi' to be a* Amended.
the iary asking from
I citizens and inhabitants, native aad foreign oflhc of dschargcd
:*, AS AL MAN, s.J twenty four nillions, without the aid of the duties wa ordered to be engrossed (for
JL.( a third !
country in which they resile, are subject", being iLFAELlAI. : OL. SJ J to which fl.e-resolution relates. the tuither con.-ideration of the charges made The read.

4 ;- in ever'thing: besides subject, h) t'Qe\} ,laws of[ Whereas in the rrc I'n' suite' ifof \ '. ,liippiiii- The gentleman\ ,. Maryland insist? thai the ajraiiist the Collector of the port of WiscaasetAir. ; ing. Apportionment Bill was takenua
and read f
: their respective sta tl'S. The arcnivcs and \papers; It would not l he: possible f r M. xiro to receive the full General Goven.mcnt has been liberal towards the CONNI.IX oirPrV,1! npaiu; tfiv resoinuot* I n second time.

ii : of 1 the consulates shall be respected inviohbly,I advantage t of the reciprocity t .tt)tiht It HI t!IK 5th an.ilh I. West in its appropriations of public lands f for in- uhich he withdrew on Wedncfelay, directing HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

,t ; .1i and under no pretext whatever shall any magistrate ( articlfs of.he; rrf'alVi nll.l. this dav, i' i: agreediai ternil: improvements ; aol), as to fortifications; ) he that Gen HOUSTON be charped from TRIAL OF GEN. HOUSTON.

;ir1i : seize, or in any .8V interfere with tlem. \' ", for th<- t li-rni<)fsix"years; the si puLllit/1l conrail : contends) that t t the expenditures I ne-ir the mouth I of custody bail. 1\1 I r. T. K. MITCHELL 31 r. Robert Murray, Jr. 'estified
h 1n ARTICLE XXX. el d( in the aitl art ieIe-, slull I IIP siiipuuied; and i i h> u upon to t tfo
Mississippi, are tor its especinl; benefit. The habits of Luther Blake and
': The said} consuls shall have to hereof, it IS herd.r'c'tI, hat uu'il.i.t; upnanfiliosind moved an amendment"discharjing the accused the manner ia
q power .. appropriation; of land to the States of Ohio, In- which he
term of six vear.s American VI s tts uii. r- from without ball.-Thif this city. Captain
.fthe authorities of the I hr custody motion HatttfD
: : country
: diana; Illinois! and Alabnmn: I have been liberal
lite detention and of the desc'rtC'Sfrum i inir into I the ports of \ItXimm, anil ail articirg; the p .- ; uas opposed by Mr. DICKSQ*. At the testified as to the habits, &c. of Luther
i arrest, custody (111"1', sr!: :.itCN of'! but it is not to be overlooked. that the General; request -j Blake
: the puhlir11..1 private vessels of their I cou r- America, imp uled in sudi s'ssek, shah p,iy uoni.u; Government is itself the greatest proprietor of ofIr. Speipht Mr. Mithell withdrewamendment : and his explanation of thc cause of his ho til!

4. try: and for that purpose. they shall: add rest or higher duties ban aie- or nuy hereafter' be p-yil-ii- Kind, and that a tendency of the improvements, and the resolution if "1r. Conner it.,, to (0\". HOUSTON. Dr. Davis, ofSou

: i themselves to the courts, judges! and officers competent in the said ports; by tlte \i-sels and the! like a. ti. !It >, .,:': which these appropriations) were to >llt ct, is to increase was laid on the table l tor the pesent. Gen. Carolina, cave: evidence in relation to a

: and shall demand[ the said deserters in I growl Ii produce, or manntacure; ; fit the nuiM; f-n-ire : r tin value of the unsold!.I public (domain. Houston and his counsel Mi cjliation hich Blakr recently sought throng
writing, proving, by .exhibition of the registerof "." (' ; aivt, reciprocally, ii is oirn-cd that .\'txi'..iivcssfNentcriai The erection of the fortifie-atios tor the defence of then introduced ( Kt-y were I him, with General HOUSTON
the vessel I, or ships roll, or other public clocn- : into I th ports llf the Unitcu Slates 1; II: Louisiana I hignly : I but i i I inte> the HOUM bthe ergcar.t : and alojnye,

meats, that the manor men demanded) : were part II1\nufal.l1rc\I1c'n.:1111'; all articles, mite pro\Mli I ; rwIIui', n might as well, place to proper the tIH'yentll'III:1I1// at_ Anns. After being enquired ofj hard to other Occurrences between Blake and

of said: crews; and ou this demand proved) (Caving I, of tl-jl nit d lexican States, hnpnrudi ) thediOnirsnients] for the fortifications intended} to I by the Speaker whether he vas ready toireccel the deponent. In the course of his exaainj-,

:d j; always where the contraryi* proved,) the delivery .*i rc juch, or nny v< s.vls hcreaf, :}aI'ay: : l he, no payable I oih-r in or tlu-higher aid(lIlt purrs i'&I han by defend: Baltimore: I Philadelphia!: j and iS't-w York, I with hi?? tual, whieh ie; answered in tion, ( r. Davis was asked by Mr. ( Oon"ot

e J, ;! I shall not be refused. Such ..1l'sCrtl'IIIl'1I the \t sscls and tin liK: articles, the )'\ ill, produce, to all which capitals Western produce is sent, and, the affirmative Mr.: i ( oulter he Chairman Ohio, how long! he had been in Wa>hm"!

arrested, shall. be placed: at the disposal: of the said() or manufacture'' of i th % HOM favored: nation; and I that no in the security of nil of vvuicli, the: \\'(':tl'fIl peo- of the Committee of 3iana! !en on the part ton, and 'hat wa his business here Jle .

i oansuls: and may be put in the pubUc prisons at higher dutifsshall I Inpad I, or !ollnti, s tlr drawbacks je! feel a lively) interest. They dn not object to of the House sted that he- lIon. Mr. >rs. \\ hittle,oy and M.cDtifEe, oij'-rted
requi t tthi. to
i .i the request and'expense of those; who reclaim: dlowi-d, nnlhce-Aporiatini of any article, the grow tf"| rxpcnditurei lor the army, forfonitica! ions, or for .-. que-tii.n as improper andsu
t J I them, to be sent to the "'l'sseto! which they 1Ii K-- I'ridi"v,or manufacturr: of,-ithrr coun rv, in the \-1.- any other dffen ive or commercial I object on the I I Stanberry might be f.worn. II; vas accordingly "PstediU
t.;; d t' longed, or to others of the s>ame nation: but, ifj His of ihe other, I than iipc.n t'j.- exj"irtation of the likarticle's Atlantic, hut they, do think that ueit: condition sworn by the Speaker. Intetrogations being witluirawn. Mr. Davis hoped i it

f.: r. '! they! be not sent hlrk'ltlllU: two months, to l be in the vtsse's: mil ar.y Ilh;ih,.r f rrmn! cotmiry. ouirht aKt t t-) receive a fiiendly attcntitn from the : were propounded on tic part of the f would not be withdrawn. as hi-- f'OIlTrf- .-..- ...Uillj'ul.;

tf i. \1; set at HlKrly, and shall not Ueagaiu arrested for The nnd prt's value' I nt I additional as if il I had arti'l I lucn shall ins"1 I ha-c ted, the wuul".amforce f.r General Gocruuneuut.Vithi. re-Jt'ct to the State .Managers to which he replied giiiu a detailed I 'satis'y' :' the iienlleman on that [>oint or :anroth. I 1

j f ; !, j{:, *he same caut. ____ word, in thr trtntv signed this day: I It shall bo 'rat i- f I ol" m it(211thk11(1 V one cent of rnone-y, or one acre I : account of the occurrence between I er. 31r.t CHoke then trw-V out that portioaoh' 1
F I ARTICLE XXXI. .\ncllile ; ; of land Inbl' to of internal himself the interrogatory which i- in
f fied, ratificationsexchai, rd al the ramr time.In l1 applied any object I and Gen. IIou tonftcr responding italICHel
For the pur|>ose of more elli'dually protecting I witness j whereof, "C, t tin; rvsp...cme Pluiipountiatii imprmement"llhil1 her lipil, =:. Tie; subscription I to the questions put Iy the 3Ianaicrs Dr. Davis had finished hite ti'UO:1l11

. .i their, commerce, and navigation, the two contrnct- !1I i\e ?i:ned and scal< d tltt- samr.D.'iioai I to the I stock of the canal i I at L uis'ilh."a for Mr.I left the stand, Mr.I Statmhcriy t
I Iv-'y in behalf of .ho accused ro-e, for thGpurpose
g 4,, ,1i1"'Iartlc.; do hnebyagiee, as soon hereafter asciicumstanecs [ :: '' on (ho 5th day of April, one thousand an: object in which, many: states weie illlf'fe3ted.TIll' ( .- : ho s.id
f will permit, to form a consular 1 ciJit humhed alltllhirly.cJl1f'I Seilatcr from' Maryland! complains; that! : he | requested the -itemlanee of cerftn: members I of calling th" attention of

convention: which!. shall declare especially the A. UrtLKIt [L. s.] has )been Ilium hIt to obtain) nnv I md for the rail rood of the Senate; as witnesses A message the House to another breach of pn-ie! c.-

i'T. fiowers and immunities of the consuls and McelAJiibuls Ll'C'ASL1AN. [L. v.J which the enterprise; of ) ;mninuoi 1' Ins pn j<'ru-d, j wa accordingly ent to the Senate ,'qtlc.-I I It' had overheard tii- witness who had left

,t of the re>p<.ctive parties.ARTICLE i And! whereas ilifs: said llAl! 'AELMAIN has IMJOII dnlraifiti( [i- .!.J and, iu par; t xi'ited. That was: a .:n'at'ol'k, 1 ting thfir attendance-! Mrs-'s. ., ,j the stand, as he passed out ..f th1 Hall, ir.aka

XXXII. on lioth fwirJs 'iid 111 tlalj \ C ratification:: !'his I the roncepton of which was; l bold and h.iri.Iy I honorable Ifiiekner, Tipton and! Lwingo, attervvartl- | a remark: to ?. tnember of th" H'Hise whici

For the purpose regulating the interior commerce ( -ni'wro 4.'xchangfit; nt V.a..iilrtll on the 1.1.11 and it deserves national) "IIC"rlt'UJt'III-! made their appearance and tool their >eats ; evidently implied an intention; to rmk' n!i a...
!htR\ ('Cfl tin- frontier territories of both Republics of : But how him the Committee of Koads aid OauaN:
April! 'n,tli-'ii'acd: ridlt 111 and : : sault his 3Ir.
IlirY.I\I as: aligned; them on the floor .f the HOU.-C. upon colleague: ( COf1kt.hl)
1 } it is airrefd that the Executive o2 e: dli Iiy Edward Livingston) l'n'lry ot Slate ,.t tlI I. at this sessnn, been constitute J. The Senator I j would
Certain probably be the
shall have power, >h\r mutu.tl: afjrrenu'iit, of de'ermininiron tf-d Stales: of ,An' rc! I, and Jose \Moni'-ya, Cllar:. I from Maryland: possessed a 1i'iti'authority to' oriranixc inH'rrdg.ttoiies were titer propounded : ii'-xt victim. I Doothi*

.j 1 tht routand: f..tlh-O.lill: !. I! e "oadby d'Afi'ai-ts: tl.: i IXI"'U t I na.t; States, on the pan I : it, and, if I am not rnhinlonncu) n majority on bdlalfuf the jeeised; : to )}'. Manperrv. annunciation, some conversation t.>os place

which' sucn coriimciee shall be cond-.cU'd)! ]; .md in I:iheii n-spf :\ 0\1 Minscnis: of the Iwmhf'l'Joi'OIllTIfill.. it, appointeel by -After they were answered a ojestion arose !! in which Messrs. Bites of 3Ia.,athi! :ttt:,

t ;.ill case. were tile caravans: ; eiiiploxed! 1 II. such Now, then t fore, hf !ii i know, That I, Andrew Jark- him, are oI'I'St'Illtot| to the constitu: ionaliiy of !i! on an ohjeetiou! to an ogator) prti1mceedby ,' and \*i icklitfe participated ,.hen theSpeaker
i-.n, ( I li: Unitc.l! if America, havi
commerce may: !require convoy and p'otecrion, by .'(Ir..jull id .1 he nude f'.t.s to the enu the [}Hjwcr and thcexju'dit-ncy exercising it. t the counsel of the anise:el, w hicha: ; said there was no propo.-iti-n before tea
tnaiy tl j
h military escort, the Sujucmi'; : l'x'c'ltt', "'achCation tSint; the !: 1,1Ili. .Alitillow.ir, would address few word to'' made b 31 Dick, Hoir-c on the .subject. 3Ir.
I sari, anivcrv j rht: tie and art ide i lit rm>f, } r. on and was argut d by I Asquith waset
b-, shall. by: mulual agreement, in ]like manner may 1 he obhrrved( ant fulfilU-il \\ ill {r iod faith, by tla the friend o/ American; System in the Senatr.Tlie '. I that gentleman and} the counsel I f)r the accu- | aniined rehitive to remarks made by Blab
I :. fix on te! departure !irICit; caravans: ainl. t.ie United I 'iftes .m .'ili".I'l,. t th revenue ought! to be' reduced. The: country the
< 11(1'1.f I t'd.! The respecting accused, a.ter: which Mr.
which tiic. ofthe two nations f In witness: whereof I l. h will not fur, the question was taken by Yeas aud Key
point military e.-cort : ; ve !< I UHf H tiiiy l.al,1 a by payment of the publiedebt, I I
shall be exchanged.: And it i i.* further airreed, that ,nr caused the s-eal of! the Unittd States to bt ten or fwe'lvi millions of dollars tecome unnecessary i .Nays; :md the objection wa overruled) by I, said he did not consider it necessary to ail

hi:. j until the iTirulntkms :for governing1 this inferior I bear sich annual surplus. Its dMiibutionould the lIou.- --Yeas 101. Nuys S2An objec-j t any more witnesses at pre-ent. 31r. Whitt.

t I commerce l etween ilie two nations) shall be established P-inc \\tSliifl2i'fl, city, this Jth day of April, in \\ fortnft subject of perpetual cOllteIlIIPn.-1 lion aro-ji- upon( a ollateral matter involved !! le>.-y requested that U. S. Goxt fIe cared

that the commercial; intercourse Ix-tween [L. s.) tie year and)( MrL"ord; 'nc i thousand, uf iim. e-iiih lnei! hun- : Some of li.eoppouents of the (' l hy the nnswt-r to the interrogatory which had | who te.-.til ef' to his acquaintance with Blake

: the State Missouri crtlle United States:; .il!' A- ( (if Ile tlirr\\o." : mil.!I lie 11t f..iXI( < pendcncc t.'ie straliigeji by whu) i 1: to attack it, and arc sha- hi.en susitiirie
i I : mericaand New Mexico in the United Mexican AND' \\- JACKSON.By pin! their c uise accordingly. It ito crush the ris' h a i: ,* 4 States shal) l lt conducted) as: heretofore, ell! governmcnt iho Pnsidm; :: Syste'm by I tIe zuccuuuniat! ion l of'i I levemie, and by cio-k when circumstances under which Blake'jallidavit
0 th} whole !
: $ alFording tHe necessary prult'C ion to :El\L LIVINGSTON) [i the elli>rt topcrsuade the pe-ope! that: they are un- suljee was e-n
I. l. the citizens 'If ilie other.ARTICLE. Sec. ..f:tal( I I'I n(eessarilv fixed, whilst! those would really tax motion of -'I l r. S. C omhct, p .>tponcd untiil: had been sworn to. An interrogatory 1'35

XXXUI. ----.-.--- -VrTr H.V AT-. J.TBVt. -- --.-_ --_-------- I them who) worJd) break up the native sources of this day 12 I unlock. 1 ht House then ad- ': then put 11 Mr. Stanbrrrv I lv M-T. \\}\Mti-n

4 It is likewise agreed that the two contacting I upply, and render t It 1U dependent; I upon the !foreign. j jouined.I | -when it was ansurrtd t. 3Ir.: i ottltrr ,Ui

; parties shall hy all the means in their POWt'l maintain llr. CtY'S. SI.g I C lt I I But lie, revenue ouirht to IH leduced, oas in I the Senate, yeterciav o uje.-uge was :. the C 'inmiltee hud not taken upon the-m>el'.cs

: I peace and harmony amouir the st'\'crallndian ----- toaccoiiifdateit: to the ilt..f the payment of received i from the I're-ieleiit of the i ntedMatns to t n'luirafter evirirwe., TbtHuu e bid

I nations who inhabit the lands( i adjacent to tie lines [[' O.NCLLUJ.D. (lie public d bt. And the alternative i is, or may: : tran'ii'ittiij: u'rep-.it Jn-m the Socre- : reserve to itself the light of determining)

L ;jid rivers which! form t.-ic }boundaries of tIe two In regard to the si-fn me of the Secretary i he, to prc'sl'n': the protecting system and repeal tlry 01 the .aill whetb thcr; witne-\ es sl'l .uld he e'alled5o
p Countries; and the! better to attain this object' both the duties I on the i I <-crtrd'artic-s. '! a ie-- oj -
unprot or t<'
of the
.; I'nrastiry; for |M\in_ OIL the hole ol ; pre- j lution of'itm' enat ot tne L'6tlt ralij |! t far.a. recard the duties tit'the Commutes
bind uttinio(! ,
themselves duies -
t ponies expressly to retain, bylorce -ern"te i on unprotected! I 1 article*, and endanger -
all hostilities and incursions on tlie part of the remaining public! dent, by the 4th of I I if n>t Ct.tIOY.i the 'teiii., Lets: then !j iti ,
t. p ihe Indian nations living within their respective I March, 1SU3, including the threu per rent, adopt the: mnsures iM-forc us which. will benefit ali On motion ot >j ir. iictH'nek' :, th- \ <"-te by 31] r. Stnnberry 'iud; ii the I tOI1.-e vvijb'J' t to

f r boundaries, so that the United States: of America I and for lh.it |"urpo. >e, selling the bank stock, 1 ,I classes : I the I tanner; 1 the 1 professional I man: the \\ fjU'h the hill nrovidinu! 1 foi the \,11 jima ilmili jlt irit". the examination: of the contemplated

t.: will not suffer their Indians to attack the -liti/.ens I' had; remarked that: with the (exception of the :|'merchant iI tie manulacturer: : the mechanic: ; and (.cI HaUl Iniiiiin tribes was ordered a third rending Hand, i.eA a- of oj(n II.ft that it coullbeprovee -

t! of the United Mexican States, nor the! Indhns) int1' |I three PIT cent, there vas not inorc than about i I the rotton philter more} than all. A !few months was reconsidered. Ou motion ot i\lr. : !. 31 r. l'Jk! ,uirt luwas as=ureJ thfi !.
: J.iabitinitheir territory; nor will! the United Mexican : lour millions of the debt due, and payable \\1JI1 I :.igo, there A\IS no diversity of opinion as to the l'nrs of the
j I lTelinf.hu.ysfn, the bill then ;\ hh had been cbarguI
was amended partie
States permit the Indians] residing with'n I theirI this year: : that to n.ret this, the Secretary had '! expediency tf this measure. All then, seemed to so :,
I IT territories to commit hostilities against the citizens j' slated, in I his annual report, that the Treasury 'I unite in the selection! of those objects] for a repeal I as to authorize the Secretar) of S\ ar to eni- ,, in this matter wre ertirelv! willing to u.ctt

of tile Unitnd States of America I. nor a zLiI: "t 1 I the I | wouiil: have-, from) the irccipis of this year, timrt | of duties Wjicii \\crc not produced within the ploy two competent persons with six assiI .- I any uui'e---ti:itinii, at this ir any ,ther t.tne.-*

tilt: : 'I:1 Indians residing within the limits of the United] (<1 millions of dollars! ;applicable: to tie 1 principal 1 ; c ount rv. Sich a repeal did not touch our domestic I I tanfs, to conduct. the physicians to the phices H; had had h m-clf enquired} i into the e-ircuffi-

I t Suites, In any manner whatever. i of the debt that I did not perceive any urgency: j industry, violated no puncipie! otlended where the I Indian> al e in danger ot infection !p stances that h'.d been so often alluded l to, land

And in the event of any person or persons, cap- for, paying) oil'the( tin e-e per cent by the precise )! no h ( prejudice.Can I A motion to inerease the sum appropriated in : rtas satisfied thrt enquiry would result in uhpert'ct !

I .i lured by the Indians who inhabit the territory ofeither '' day suggested ; and that there was no necessity, I j we nut all, whatever may be our favorite the bill front $6,000 to $12,000 decided I! acquittal of those individuals. from ail
: of the contracting parties, being or having according the plans of the Treasury, a.v>uiuing theories, cordially unite on this "neutral !nlund'hen ?- to be out of order and the bill was ; blame. It was then understood that no other
r been carried to the territories of the other, both tl.(1 to IK. e.xpedieniand proper, t postpone the II i that is occupied, let us look beyond it, and was then '
I governments engage and bind themselves in the repeal of the duties on lllu'ul'l'reJ) articles. -It |: sec if any thing} can be done, in the field of protection re-committed. The G General Appropriation i witnesses would be called in the case. fuf

Ii. most solemn manner, to return them to their country : gentleman from JVIarylami: imputed to me iguor- t to modify, to impiove it, or to satisfy Bill was taken up,-the question being on I ther proceedings were postponed to 11 o'clock

: an goon as they know of their being within.| alice of the act of the 24tli of April, according to t those who are opposed to the System. Our concurring in the amendment made in the'! to-day, and the House adjourned.

1 their; respective territories, or to deliver them up to which, in his 0;'. n opinion, the Secretary was o- I Southern brethren believe that it is injurious to Committee of the Whole, striking out the In the Senate. yesterday, the {;f.'neralp

the agent or representative of the government hhgcd 10 purchase the three per cent. On what them, and ask its repeal. We believe that its abandonment appropriation for an outfit of a Minister to. propriation Bill was read a third time and par

.j that claims them, giving to each other, reciprocalJy ground the Senator supjKiscd I was ignorant of I ] will be prejudicial to them, and ruinous France. After along discussion the sed. The bill apportioning Representative

; timely notice, and the claimant paying the expenses that act, he has lot .stated. Although when it to every other section of the C lIioll. However amen :i was taken moved 'Q'
ment was concurred in ba 2.1 and Mr. Webster
vote of 23 up
1 ki incurred in the Iran-mission and maillte-j passed, I was at Ashland, I assure him i was not strong their convictions may he, they are not to
Mr. i strike
Poindexter all the bill
i Dance of such person or persons who, in the mean altogeiner uninformed ()f what was in the stronger than ours. Between"the point of the moved an amendment appropriating out provisions of the
time, shall be treated with th* utmost hospitality I world. I regularly received the passing my I J preservation of the System and its absolute repeal, I 4,500 to enable the President to | the enacting clause, and insert the amendment

: by the local authorities of the, place where they: excellent friend (!ilr. Niles) published. in Baltimore there is no principle of union. If it can be shown I Ito send a Charge to Venezuela, which was re- in blank reported from the Select Coo j

may be. Nor shall it be lawful, und'T any pretext the National Intelligencer, .me other pa- operate immoderately on any quarter ; it the I jected by a vote of 10 to 31. Mr. Poindcx-;t mittee on the subject. )Ie srs. Dallas aDd

t whatever, for the citizens ()either of the contract-' pers. There are two errors to gentlemen measures protection to any article can be demonstrated ter moved to amend the bill so as to limit the Hill spoke against the motion, and Mess;

; 1 jug parties, to purchase or hold captive: prisoners are sometimes liable ; one IK t magnify; the a- to IH undue', and inordinate, it would Colombian mission to a Charge which Webster, Dickerson and Clayton in favor cf

; made by the Indians inhabiting t.e territories of I r moimt of knowledge which they possess themselves be the duty of Congress to interpose and apply a rejected by a vote of 19 to 22. was it. The question being taken, the motion
the other. and the second is to depreciate that whicl remcc)). And none will co-operate more heartily
otlur have :lcqUlxl And will the gentlemai! than 1 bhall. in the performance of that duty.I Its In the House of Representatives, after the prevailed by a vote ot 22 to 22tbe'
; XXXTV. from Maryland] excuse me for thinking that m, i quite probable! : that beneficial modifications; of presentation of petitions, the report of the I President > oting in the ffirmaL\'e. *

The United States America :mtl the United man is inoic prone to commit both i enors thai the system may l he made, without impairing its Committee on the Judiciary, asking to be discharged Clayton moved to fill the blank with 250 *

I 3lcxican States desirous to inil. :,s durable! as II himsef I will not say that he is ignorant of the e flicacv. But, to make it fulfil the purpose of its from the f further consideration i of the? the number of the House, which was rejected

i t 1 circumstances will j>crmit, The regions; which are of the act of 1830, but I certainly i institution! the measures of protection ought to charges made against the Collector of the by a vole of 19 to 22. Mr. Webster &*

to be established between the two parties by virtue [place a dillerent construction upon it from what te adequate. If it be not, all interests wilfbe in- Wiscasset, was taken JMr. iMununcr port ved to fill the blank with 251-which w5 8*

: of this treaty or general cuncuiliouiofanuity, he has done. I does lot oblige the Secretary of i juriously affected. The Manufacturer, crippled I. yielded the floor to j\lr.up.J.van.of Maine ; greed to by a vote of 27 to 14. The other
commerce and navigation, have d. the i in his exertions will [
rl.ired: solemnly Treasury, or rather Commisiioncr of produce less effect and dearer blanks and the
find do agree to the loUowing point: : the Sinking Fund, to apply/ the surplus of any 1 l fabrics, and the consumer will feel tliQconsequence. ; who presented a letter from MeChntoch, the I i; were then filled accordingly, *

First. The present treaty &hd: !! remain and be year t the purchase of the three per cent stock 1 This is the spirit, and these are the : dismissed Inspector, accompanied by rome I .m'ndmcnts'cre reported and concurred-

of force for tight years from the da v of the exchange particularly, but leaves them at liberty, to apply principles only, on which it seems to me, that a explanation. Mr. JARVIS turther explained, I The question was then taken on ore ering J8bill

of the ratifications, and until the end of :such surplus to the purchase of portion eil settlement ol this great question can be made, \\ hen \1r. Plummer resumed his remarks ; t as amended, to a third reading, aDd* _!

hall one year have after! cither of the contracting parties the public debt, at such rates as, in any their opinion, I satisfactorily to all parts of our Union. and, alter speaking about twdiit\. minutes, the I I t cidcel in the affirma'ive by a vote. os! 23 to( 0*

given notice to the other oftts intention may be advantageous to the United States."- hour expired, and the House proceeded to the 3Ir. Pomdextcr introduced a joint res'I\Jtl
To the same; each of the contracting This vests a discretionary l he A cask, said to (ontam hardware I with 0
f to itself parties authority to exercised was late 'IIUAL: OF GENERAL authorizing lh> President to contract .
reserving the HOUSTON
lice to the otherat the end right( of KM of id giving term such of no-I under of the ollicial Treasury responsibility.when he And if the any secretary I Iy: shipped from New York to Fayettevihle.- The testimony of the Hon. Cave dm.-on j!! Gretnouch for the execution of a pedetrl tht
j Mad option 'n its arrival io
at Wilmington N.
years. And it is hereby agreed between C. it was about was concluded. The It..uortl.1 l -tatut1 of WASHINGTON to be placed
t Felix
purchasing a portion of the debt, hearing a zi liii- !
that the of to bo placed on board the Rotundo.CASE.
on expiration steamboat d of the
one after Senate
year notice higher rate of interest, at par're to executethe ) was CAuir.ttKtl: relume
shall! have been recei\Ocd. either; of the near the boiler, when it was discovered that the OF GEN. HOUSTON.
parties act by purchasing the three per cent, at its circumstances under which \viirral Houston
from the oilier party, this treaty mall its t the cask contained ten kegs of __ the
parts, re- present price he would merit Un- gunpowder was in his room a few ious Mr. Doddndrje, undertauihD from
millut s'pr" to
la ting to commerce and navigat'ion I shall altogether of fact impachment. Thus, for the paltry object of Tue5t"
doubtedly state t
there saving tuo do-| the
may made
cease and determine and in all rencontre between (.rci,. liouston and Mr. statement, at the ueijournmeaton| .
those pits) being no public debt remaining to be paid but the J lars, were the passengers, crew boat
which relate to peace and f friendship, it shall'I be three per cent stock, with n surplus in the Treasury .cargo put in eminent jeopardy. Stanberry. The Hon Alt-xuiidtr Buekner, I day, that all the testimony had been put 111be
: and of the Senate who 1 the? f a-e moved th..t further proceeding9.1postponed
permanently perpetually binding on both the idle and unproductive, in which it might be accompanied Gen.r | t-
Il Contracting parties. expedient t apply that surplus to the reimbursement A Houston from Mr. Grulldy's'lldgUlg- till Friday, and the evidence p"D

Secondly, Ifany one or more efthe citizens of of tu'e per cents. But, whilst the interest Non-Conducter.-AtPortsmo'lth, N. II. was present at the meeting nu during the at- I ed. 31 r. Sianberry said the testimony

either party shall infringe any of the articles of of money at a greater rate than three per cent I i.is-1 inondaj. n( ck, a hIU.C was .truck with fray, gave a detailed :statement ot all the eircnmstunces. -I not ail in the case. !Ie'as prepared to co

this treaty, such citizens shall l he held personally it would not, I think, be wise to produce an accumulation l ightning, and the soles taken by the electric Dr.) Duut tt-otlhl'Hhat the tlp- tradiet all the material circumstances i 18
jcsponsibfe for the same, and the harmony and of f luid entirely off from the shoes alSenatur hotJgh .
public treasure for such a purpose. on the feet of [position of Luther l.Ink.t: : was in the handwriting account ut 31r. liuckner-whom
good correspondence between the two nations The postponement of reduction'of the '4 young lady who wag al' with "
a- writing
any treat
bound to
i William Premias aud h<: was not
haJ! beioterrupted tficieby; cacjj par engiF -, mount of the rovenu *t Oiia eeAWQr must. how, Shu was not jnjurecb to some t facts after him \Tast WItS 0S
t\uchiDi toe habits i of gold Bkike, awl t1' peer, tiadiug tying, In




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.ID'- the.* I :I THE' ,_ notes of to* we are ea! araoag mankind Moaey. What makes r.AS'1' :

\ ; ._. 'PLOlUDIAN : Her lead mines' wou the punter struggle in the mire of politics 1 I HOTlCJE. .
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tfitrttt'd I .
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lcr,11e, .ob ; : I I 1U -- country. The question bas ills Money What leads the editor to inform the J I WIl. .L At teud at the (l1owing pIa"J

t & L QJ lnnWL settled in that State with regard I public of the e (acts 'i Money. What do we res 1 r hc 'l.CPt" of Assessing ihe Territorial an .
ItOIoutrt.'. J C Twies for ll-SSl
tbc* TIESLAX .luH.'il\1.J. .MAY 16. of copper in ,this country require at the hands of our readers Y Money. At unty AI- ndj8, ui the HouIe of Allen ..

S:-om "ho > LEON --._. may examine at the store of Air. {:/"Oo l you take, Sir ? You are the very men I 51 rnlny, 21& clay .fMay 1833. Fairclnth on.

',. 1.ld' !' 'V1 ERPR t.OCi\T.-n mr las.t, wcsiaieU bt a quantity tpt long since we desire to hear fiom.-[Vermont Patriot. At St. Ma.ksntthe Tavern of Mr.Wynn OCTUP
GfInJJI nlf If a motion tor a new trial had been made in the case the mines already opperatiou. day the 2i.1 l d \y May. I _

Jtf! {f the arc THe I Iit DAVID :*. Koccia convicted ot"the crime of very good and we understand I MATERNAL AFJ'JCTJO'f.-Lady M AttheS'orf Francis Suddeth, on rf'dntsdny I
f I
; .- |I I motioow..aaigutd on Tuesday last, aad after has been offered eighteen cents i some years ago went to visit h-r children went At Tallah-usec, at the Office of Danirl 1"hneyoQ _

"jSinbcrn' : >\ j patient hearing jy Jci-ct KAKDALL, was finally (. any quantity delhered in Phila at .school. Previously to her dedepartue she Friday 25th Mjy.At .
aO (; uled. 1 ho Cuin)ci tt the the Ii
Prisoner House
Puff of John W.
relied Lee
on tne a much Itatioli. "Look how ,on Siiorday the 26th
appeared in affectionate
Irdio. daviis ('fl\vo ol ihe Jurors [ iI May. _
..'t.ry tl) | obtained subs quent to be the centre of this immense mother is;' exclaimed of the I
my one A"t: the House John
rendering of of Havi
the verdict on
as well Monday 23th of
as "
1jraUJ 1pctW4 ted und on several u soil not surpassed in f fertility youn '1\1 y'* addressing his brother; May.
unpiobat'le stories .Id!
vt r 8r. 1 hi" t| 1 I ill; to impeach tit by other v\itmsi>ts regions: above ani around her, "how loath she is to leave us." "[pooh, youfiat'replie.s ; A'r the Store of Byrd & Parish, on Tueaday, lhs
1 integrity of the 2 .
Jury.-At the :"! M 'v.
\\ (klItIe. lorward to future eminence with Lord S ** Jehu's
).r. I o3.4I&fl5 f the iii\CStigatiotl, he JUDGE -, dcba'uig; At the House of Jrhn Smith : .
repmluud on
lIe' in Wednesday th
; terms the tamjierjig wnJi the ; the East.-Cincinnati Amen whether she shall give us a shilling or sixpence. 30-KM .
I ay.
.ci, Jury which had c\'ldenc!
ole a J a.-t... .rtc ; : II taken place, ai.Uintiniuti-d: that the matter would At the House of Sebastian Fritzman, on Thursday, .
b ".! 1iily CO'IIC We learn that in the 31st day of May.
.c 3:3: asutijec offurtie. n'csli.ti.tI.. u-An are sorry to some of the:
I..U h .tttl! ( t t i Juts Mit;8> hound 1 from the Nsrth: Carolina neighbouring counties in Maryland the JAMES BRYAN Jr. Assessor.
tqucntiy :eui
"I I over [answer ti> pros Tallahissre 14ih May, 1832.
b:;rfycn.--: ', (:: I of cniDrace.y nd ltrjmy-Aflf'r an impre&iie 1 ( ; is almost ineredble: pects of the husbandman are as unpromising .

vb fnqiiirt'd t fc. address .-The tide of emigration i is in this of \Y Leon Court.JAMES
I.J I Jiliij to ihi PriMner b} the Court, rut as section Virginia. c have seen Superior .

\1JC\\I.-. : ti 1).>." ) ; .. lJc iz l'J \\as pronounced, to be executed on unaxampled rapidity to the west i it stated that in Middb-town Valley, f Sredcrirkcounty. : 00 EL VIE, .1 .

It :,th'n '- .] he 15ih of J line. of rennes..ell'ho Jackson I Md.] the; farmers have; commented t JACOB KLEIN, !

f. ."'a'r[ h" -ooooowooOUR the emigration the district L I ploughing up their wheat fiiclds.Leesburg vs: fEDMOXD .

'ntl h3J. .."prl' DELEGATE ias lutroduce-J a bill into both last four or five months given I [ Genius of Lib. LI persons( KLEIN.are requested J to take notice that
4 the
...,,'j h' ( .
increase ofat
.".3nb.r1 *ps tii Coiiprt--siiiarliii ten an least 20,000 ahe cause has been commenced
: ; ctions ol land to the = I by n writ of
r'l1fl': a.:1 Ih" had .i ( I A udre\[ IJa) C.iml Company, -..\XV understand ]j j the great number of movers we FOR IGtf.- atLv-hmenr. B. COOPER.. : t

z..lptbl'prnpnrty' t ) j : I I he i, puling with a pro-pec1: ol flirt-ess tilt r-lanns through this city recently, we --- Miv 15.: 13."?. 39 Cv.Sheriff's .

II t.t.11. tr'n; ( ; I j the Litiztji.s u. Lu.-trioiidu 'fur lo--esm lzl'2 & JJ..MAMS believe that a vary J large pro GIlhECL :

"lill'h \\a- I I _ this number ; Sale. 3
wait l from this
11U.1. Letters from Greece state that the ,
Opposition Virtue
1 t 11u BY of an E.XV-CU i''n L3 jed by a J-isike j of
>? Vt shall ha\c .
49, Il"< ; : a icfekty maillo .
fo positively reject ihe nomination ol ,>vaee, I f\
11 ; ihallejtp
in j>at to the :
,. I.t. Ji i h; :IICA
Sf lUll\ ( -\\ Ju %
ClatH" 31r. not SUIIlr u: citins get Prince Otho as King of Greece, and that nothing buit.er m front of the Capital in the City Hf Talla- .
a IK tidoii lor a m.tiluurc a vvet-k t bCCCU \ugu..tillt'f Col.U WITH THE CIIEROKEES. Saturday 2J day of June
foreiiiii next-
::X1ts bnt interference can force him I [
stand: : I HIT st..te.'llhal rjD laltlUcut"uuullJe Likely t contained in J LorCo.. 144 m ihe aildi'ima! j lJalt of the Cry of
the '
1.4mnthc, following theeountrv. Under this
I King of ,lifteenycais Tallahassee
upon levied .
tli accede to the m yet. on '0 *>a isfy an Fxccutirn ;I favor : -
1. 'icr-ation; : ,I worthy Representative in ( or- old, Greece would they maintain, be I f .1'ur'IU'I i f R. IJ ttl\i1. C'miimnorsr" )

; whrii i R. .': Sicu'tuj-..fihe Tr 'aniyhaHibm.it Newnan, will alFord much ples- governed by Russia, and become a province I Wiliam Bisic'!-:,'vy nude-UK! rfu.-iicd w ai-anjc inj by I! :j i
J'n of thf ('! ; i! -*, vieldin4 it CJIlotlIJII'. aikto -ramMictf v rif.m the h.. "
ted liu hill for as does.tron" u-i '
of the
a ( eien'if pr
1 'OIJlrullJl"C o; tnat tr..u'PI.-oine: &nl>j.x-t O; v zar potected by a constitution icJJt :'aw. ; ,
',lr B1.kt1rr *va- i : tli,- i uriti-U e do tint e\j clitwill .lIi\ the u'.tr! c j! lonu existing and peiplexing: which is so ease for Sovereigns to violate or y JA' '!'isr.ff.IKBIVA L'1 C-.trn'y.i Tr. ',' ...

}t''lid. Motion-' ) : L j l either jt.ntv-lf '! thou;}it houexei', that tlieie 1 is L rela'ion to our Indian population set aside. Tl e two thirds of the Peloperines- _' ILi'.as:. <.p e, Ao.-J 10 I 'It !-.">:,. 34 ::11!<. '

J I .|(1 liK J'u." tnajc-ritv ul luodfrUc mn III ( quZe.j. ) by a 'i'reaty to provide.IlJ*, says that the latter arc waiting until the 'I 4- _-* i. ,' .:
stttcd' ,& to Ih". West of the MLS- Ko.imeliote Shc j-jwiore duets! had passed the Ifebmus .
"M 1 I ; Vr; ue "%f t-i c\.;.'II. h.i.) i.H-i> .ii f Jil"'C 1,
if ciT
llufKncr Sy i
hrom.: B r -
I: \ FAIN( \\AJfNLNCJ.: I : ot Corinth the bOuo '
., to join m 11 placed under :: : i'. -tf.. I.shall! ; cxp-iso fn si':" to (F1' !iizherft .
""* :J.ury \\ The
t..I,,.. Ct"tL :l r. i (;r'ccl', (U man, fcwiueihiid[. .1111 Hoij.ud, afJ The Cherokew deb-ffation at !! place, they will put down the i lemunis; : o;" th. .,, .! : i' 1,1d'I' :2 t i .1'lii; (,f June uxf, I.OU
bid-tat-d: \\ : 1'lltllllC: ..oyutaiipie.s! : Pt d.titjctive J civil .wir : : at la.t consented to recom-I faction whnh has them for N" I to .. si'iiarx:: f in :h,. uliitcol part .-.f the Ciy .f
rc.: i governed three I
I 1 ) from dixbi'.hrsiee t tf f Ii i i1.! 15..". l.-vit-; t-fv Cxtfion
all ) rIlI.Zulig! of lie -' : "M ;> -in iotv
; houW I ; tt ,
J to
.ij. sti)1 pe iLc make t trcatv i itn The of (. .
memU-rx. I wul mention only i jear- foop- oloctrioin bt-comt' i ( -r .f T' rijirr I Ii B '. 'n.. f 'rn1 Oi.SI'1Cr. 11raint .
: nM-mcc
smtrle i
jr: t.a.ncdit hi this elh-ct taken iom the H'raHy'- IIIliulerc'tlll: .( I I'p.m the basis that ;hpyoh II daily more tin vihng to l follow mm. .\ great D.n"i.J! B B'i' ,I kr, I-vv mul. auJ "ct'l-" d! :o mi by a ,i j .

II ..tThl' pr *< of the Sxvjss nations.' Uy one (,1 f tJie .irti i I f.'r I Imds over the Mississippii ; mi itbcr 0: oldier, have uc'sl'ncJ his i-ann; I CoiiiUble, Sac! wr.I.Jn: ::11.: !h"'lr. ',',:< 'ril! >?d by law.TA i.5 *: J

e,ul!j 11 1 '<-'", '* :es of iiiu Hohetic alliance! The cnnioiH ,' i i time be allowed a d-l!' at'in J iii ar t'urmlh! and the Pelopunueaus refues to 4 .!ES B Y.\-t" 3r. !1))i ib j

tIe: o'L.ock! the I bound to sub nit any dill 'rcllet" umcJi! iiiisrht!. ari | f delegation- will ittrr obtain j j proceed U thu. I Ani'. to J h: HJ2> 'i ff Len 31 C'limty.i.'hhasse ids.. t;I r.

liotu-een them to arbitrators.; In the veal 1 J'J, I! houie to make a treaty at this i j SPAIN. .-- -. : :

The SWl"\rJ of : I dispute anKebcnveeu Zuncnn. oacI.le, and 1 lie j I and make urranuemfnt to treat I i The Kin*;nfSpalU h 1- pardoned the I '. ": ieriI'! S.tlo.B : I 'j j
r : J : !: lItliIlS of/ :(11.\?I&/ and (...uriz I. greaterpoition ',- ; 1
: .
I .
G \"a-hltt! t III mi tie oint-r, 1 le.sivctinjr : :liope no extravagant; de- oi the otli.'er.s who were srntea. i-d 10 V'.rnie f t v KTn \ ->'titd by a Justice :

r'i: (]. f Ir some territorial; cLI iJl1=. Zuric reiWd I part of the \ herokee will! pre1 be iran *! into Afin-u for taken ; "I the Pe4"-f, I ,11"'CP';; j .*- t; sap to the ii dtw J
: IbIIIiZ to a .k-cisun :air-inM her, and, tile i 1 (porte having ," "! li.dIer in front nf .
\ \ .k i a 1 cJlfellll-! from he C.1',1 fn i Ci'y. < fTnI-!! ,
I \ ; parties took It :armAll 5>wit7erland were : agitated question being j [part in liie conspiracy ot lS7, and .jIJme of J has eton Saturday the 2 -Jv.f Jtm-nrxt, Ltj .. >i
ti' u -rii J! u : I, ( : armed adjust Ziinc, the I refrartorv. in'inLr. to such a t"immaiioB as will j! them have aln.adann'cd I in Catalonia. > '13t, and 131, Tnht i adiliti-nnl pat nf tl.c Cy: ;

I m. It.\ '! I (: I She M,i II i.trjn tfctiou fnini her anciVnt eneny best :interests of Georgia and j I! They are all allowed* bait: pay, but have certain: .f Tailuha-ssee, 'levied on :'> s itisfy i rw.> Ex-o! :! f'I. !
rpr. it.t !! ; 1 the Hou e ,Austria and I i in i favor of Tur lilt il. Betton, Comms-j-; "r n.-':*r..t r
tincontrovrrsv. limns( signe.d to them .o. their residence :! \ViJi '
'.ilimn.t.rv! I '' : t t .Is not t.-rmiiatd: in lax or of the fe.Ieral. re j immrnui, levy made and retur il 'I' nv y a
f dvn pcctl ll1y. .
( winch I : '
without !
i they cannot pecial "h..I.\lle.-Saie dtrnmcnff
quit per- to within II\t] > !h 1.-* n-t-'
r.. .;.tin. tbD v.uidi' ; !I :i1 ii :afriT M.ar>, .of furious and ditruetivcer.1Kiit's DANIEL XEWXAN ":ii.4ilifl. V.nIJe d > Id.\. JAMES IUlYA[ ) Jr.; .

::.1. ', anl i : !! jl jlf [ CIU. 1 Lecture X. 1T.t LY Sheriff Leon CVunty.lOih ; i

I Tl1I.-\h.1sse, Anril 1'3i. 31 i
tin tfSheriffs'
1M 1 "t- : The approaching l32 will The
year afFairs oultaly excited great interest at
tl: a..b : II! !i '! i ir :: i r. KOIs\th: recently, in a speech in the i ieiti us ous of these extraordinary' the lat advice. The London (. ourier of th; Sale. -- 1

: a.i :- o'. !n ,Ii. ; 1 J t f h ,, mad i fie following remarks: :- I at -.o recent a period a-s i2th of March sat. s it is with paii we have to i I By Virtue of in CXt cl.inn ia:n d by a Justice* t'
1 I In
d-t} i de"'l-irirfr: at the
h a II. sa:t couuncncem- had struck civiS/cd ; e Peace, I shall} sale-! .
entury, Lu- say that notvviih.standmg the good feeling exp'->e V' to the highest
Tl hdt t.i;> : ii. tiiusion, that he would! die ill the last i ma It that another which I ,.id.'r in front of the Cajuv-l in the City of Talla- 1 .
) appears exists between Ltigiand: and trance
.jJI..a; 3J euvsei 1 t'ch," b.- did n>t mean to make u dcclaiation i I on'y one whose elem.'nt hive ]Lord //t-P.: on Saturday the ii cay' fit June flex, Lot .
Palnierston h"- thought it ; to in the add1tJ" 311.arl..r the fTaI.o.;! .
necessary City (
f t
t the :
nar ajain
Udl"o He
; wuuld
n-it : government. .
t ascertained amount the 5uO I express great discontent at the occupation ofI ha i !i i .>tll' oihi-r d ; )(had, oppose the piotevtivo system, all I' Turbiitt I R. Button ;
by }
to belong to our system, I I i.\aicona by the F: .;n h. he report in tha Il1ghct CrtII11-i"ner; i a-rainst Robert t'
]1b. 'I i ; i ir, 1 le pal and constitutional mcan c ie'ould 1:32 his periodical \ i isit, after circles i is that Loid i' has Courier j j J: Hakley, levy made and I turned to me by a j ,.
i 'hr>. !i.e.tt; and ) I \ go that t h.r, but oue step further. Should! I of 7G And hit shall Gunt.i.blcEaltVJtIun the hon.-t prescribed: by law.J.ISBRAN !
years. I witty instructions to ')Ambassador LordGrativihle Jr. ,
: ,
L 'i .if it was in ( ijority ovrule us should the o\ stein J":2.I, of 1S-J2; still manI"marIa I ( ;
I I I I that be .should remonstrate against S 'fiff L r n County. ,1
I. f,. v.r prou,& ) i c t'fHltllmcdhe'ould not, on that account, I 1: i h.ippens to be that very one |'J'! t tI the conduct i'ftlie French Mi.ister> and c eI TIl.thu'tf.pnllOh; J:32. 34 tds. i
tenuw totaujnt i it: any ( (JUrU1 .I I j.I with a tail of such immense ( x- :j I!I maud that! the tri-( ,Iu.d t thug should be with- Sheriffs' Sale. j

ilaui'r the LI.-MI; or be contrary to the :. i 145G, n.. i it will aNo n 18i2; !;j draun from the C itadcl of .vnconu and that; Virfn! t.f. l\\UCXeru'j.ns issued Justice .
"fheiist'ol ; : ) )t'1t of the t'oiisiitntion.) < 'od forbid! that I arch of 90 in :' BV by a !
degrees tieHuav- : the French troops should] be im.nediately : t f die I' a-v-, I11! e.xp: bf to j-nlc to the hish-
NiL: "r. if So'ith U account of inv erroneous! le, i-htaon. he I the celestial .I'fder! ,
frouf f ihr {
tnould hemisphe-c ; and I i i recalled the remon-tranre is however concluded in : Capi'ol in the city of T'I la. I.
j. Ir.IJ'ut \- rbetrave'l into measures, that would appearance at that pe'iod, to- 'I ( in amicable und h.i sef nn .1'1Ir1htv? the 2d (1:1flf l June rrxt, I fit* ;
t.,dU' r'l'p : to the de> ruction of the Constitution." i! invasion of the it w not probable" I No. 1>7. and 100, in the additional p.nt of the Ci'y .
t tu. arlv i gS Europe by J i that any serious nidert'tanding will result. if Tail-I.asspT! levied on to wfy! two cxecuions iu ':
i aow n<':
,, 1 { the complete destiui'tun of the i If I i there ian) 011'- thing which we should fivur of T'trlMiit! It. Bf'ton, Commissioner, asar.st: 1
I ; tJ Stite. 1 \\e hive beei informed that all of the '
troops J Greek Empire in !\.ia, &o con ider more dangerous to our Government James Vinh'Tn It.vy nmle and l n- u"nf'd t n me by a.C .
1 ve ftou,"' i t Jefferson {'arracks i of ( ,.nstabl *,-Sale vhin the J j
: : (consisting .six com t tatlL'S tian )Princes as to have caused I t than other lo conni* If'< boars prce
; iiiu tbmjj the '
it'I1! ho n'e< to .- ; : l): ol l the Cth lnfantr) ,) ar- ordered to tois i ,ue a form ofpraye' where- j j i of the view ufoth.-r,States it is against adoption France.hastily',' srnlx.'y l !.xw. J A Sherirt"'' E.-: RYAN"Lean Coriuy, Jr. !; r.

(wr. n' does l k Island. The!
oi cause of this I
: ( movement, Turk and the comet had propit- SPAIN.A I T :a! iV.-.ss p'. Anril !0'i t>3i. :34 :dr. 1 1'k :
'i "UJs a loam, to \le follows It '
-j e i' as : in iv l he recol v ouri1 r. I '
of March 5 there ,
parai'iaph |
tippos;) >J, ro.-n ( ('ctel that som tune last I fall, a arty of the says I NEGI OES.-On i Monday :
., are constant
apprc-'IWIl"IOJli of desertion
i to |
/ivr ,Tan.. red o I: fl't and Fox [idjtii: meeting with fome of : FAMILY.-The miifortunes Don Pedro from >. ii 'f.f1 l t.- -h nt-xi; will S l'e sold at ,
&a uu'hfi r >ce ; : th' Menonemiu's, near Prairie du Chcin, at- the hole of he the.Spanish armv account l'c\' : It I'' t'.lIn, in tie f.>unyf ffervin' 25 f ff
l''lu I I : race of this, only the troops )!.-t to [be trusted f .i} :.IH"'dlll.in l j in ihe esta'e of A. i
a.j: : r I a k'dtiicm, aid M-wral to dl .,th. The
put :
: i iI' than four hundred ,
I jearo are are sent to the frontiers., On the frontiers i/iMiiain J Cain.dectased.!! Terms mada.HMV.U :
(L.li"'ui: .: ii.ulrO'.'. I I ; I } I 1 ii...iiinuieeo> course, hou:ht revenge, i E Eut of attention. t lot Portugal: them are nuw 25,000) men beside- ou the day of Sae.JflhIN .

U'.d -i : ti : 1 were re.st aned from ironic to war bv the third broke his heart because his the J-"O.-o ill Guiquzeo, 15,. 00( in Catalonia G. GA.MBLE, Executor. '': .
*: '* 'o.tut : I. J 1.5.'; :. Aueut's assurance, th'it: the Unitedtatvi starved to death and his I; r.'' t"C'tl! tS32. 2i tds.fjl'tr. :; ;
: 15,0-JU ;in )
ana &limbos and Valiadolid.)
1 6 H"saltof: above advertised is postptiria
'eur w.ij ; would( m r.ere anti can-e the murder- i negroes ;
a captive. _- I
1, --. --' --- -1t.'_ Jl& -- uriU 1 Mo-iJay the 28th t.'ay: d June next : en '
'iroratbty 1 S to be iiv''U 'P] fur t'.i.il and punishment. lirst, after beheading three of I i To Planters.-- w!..1'
f-V.n. cotton. \ :\ a demand was m<.de on the Tribe t! assassinated b\ hiun- Sugar .M..n.; :,', Uu m the County of JtiHraoii. Terms of ., .

I M "U-3iijx.! ( t 'ir the culprits which: was evaded from time tortured to death for the' CI iUiC. !: L"stR :hALL.-t ( oj'prr Bmiers, sale L\i k. _I -
t i JOHN GJDLI Execute
C-" : lie small oJJ : o time and h u m-ver been complied \\ ilh.- wa- alain by the bursting :|, Also-i upper Dipper bkimc ersind Scoops at '.av. Is' t c:: .; tds? i :: ,,
.1.; ie(!aceJ l'ripl'ly to .
The injured tn t: were beginning to be impa- ordnance. BKTTON: & EMORY.Mfcvlo. -- : t

S! kl'd 'nt, .and thn-aeued, to u-c their own power when flying from the field I H32: :N tIC $ :so REWARD.

I.imr. if punishment or retaliation. This would thrown from his horse, aid !I '% J"U'1'JCE.-K.iiMVvuy troro
'n ::4' i: !
Jiiray Of I I I 1 i I i \'.- led to a \\tr between the hostile nations, I cottage to which he had retir- lit> :Sabcril[ .it 'Ipaia'! a. about the STOLEN ;

L n lit. fro n a j I prodiii-ing ncthing but certain lni 'ry too :I 25th .\prilla.I, .Mulatto Alan t lib. the name I F O l the >. ". ..-ht of the 21s t f 1

r. n, tut'11"d j II I! 't themselves, and probable injury to the fourth, fell in Flooden field. .l'Jl\I I Itrlunsinz: t'i the iieofJohri C Ar i Mit a Ruse: Leatliore 1'OtKET BOOK,-Ccr.c -
I j' I 'all1in ninety nine Dollars, in bill, mostly Sr.uth .
f.iJoI'n iiiitaiJ] (lJalit&x'a.. heed nb .}0 :
0': 1. 4 ut \eir-
tfllIa lute in the 1H, h Jhood. To these >
t I \ avert fifth
tt., died with grief for the wil) Ii*>;i2hl abtoi 'lh. feet eight inches. The public C.u..ltI1:1. notes,-AUo, the following notS of lianau'zelr
t.l1lhJQl and .- and to the execution of with Reel's. & ice. the above to*
k : \ ecire justice of his army at Sohvay Moss.I are n.'qHsted to take him .Mid commit himto sundry .c. ,
t t he Secretary ot Uar has thought it expedient Lord Darnly, was assassin ll.e nedr--l Jill FABIAN :KMI.STE4D. _etuer with a few d.-ih\rs in small Change was takea
44 I the
from the Cash draw in the store In
1b..us belonging
:::nd al! )) send a large millitarv force to the seat ol blown up in hn palace. Allpala-11. \Iay 8. Jfj32.-- 2'J tf Esae of C. Dear' orn.

v r._, (' i' tint tj f I I ntion. Tie troops will he commanded I was beheaded in Knglnnd.: Dental Notice.DR. One note given by G. Stephens & Richard Lloyd, ,

t tC''I1 ,! Was I'ri:. GtmcrdTKI"iSO'i, and will pro first was beheaded at White S. UOMrORl Dentist. fur one hundred and fifty dollars, with a credit of fifty
from Hock 1-land Prairie des Dollar*-dated 3th June 1S29.Two .
JIIM> ( to (Lhieus,
', FROM PHILAD"LPIIIA,-Wishes to inform the cit notes given by John M. W. Davidson, for .
14. n'ldfrat! (i I the posture of afifairs scent to require second was an c. ilc for many of Tallahassee, and its vicinity that he will I 50 each.

,.he LL-d presence.5, St. Loins Times. visit that place alwut the first of June, to spend a Two notes given by Aquilla McJuncan, for $10 (
.p : Miort time in practicing his profession. He will
per Each. I
...ttJ..v : & Second lost his and died in
tII' h" arm f I'jrm every operation included in Dental Surgery.Aftifinal .- Balance on Note given by S. F. Jones, for $15 of I
( 5 article which find in the North
jj.illS b. fdPpt Jy an we Teeth of the beat Kind inserted in any manner $16.
'L ''ton a t ( ) : 'lina b-crvr of thn 3rd nil.-we to a broken heart. required, und any number. The natural set filed, Account S. F. Jones, .J6OO.

.Ii.I"otto qlUtt' V that real es ite has risen in Fayetvdle : of their line died wretched Scaled, or cleansed, ami plugged, rendering them Two notes one for 830 tIle other for $25, given byB.
"nd 1.a f I It 100 per cent since the destructive fir foreign land. beautiful and sound, old roots, or f.mjrs, and deseas- CrfKim to Thomas Wynn,-Account on Rober&
eel tteth extractedvith
caution and skill. All cases Bn' $3 50.
otlte wn
Trek May last. The Observer remarks that i it of;t discastd gums treated upon the most scientific principle C. 11. DuPonts' Rec't. for note on Richard Lloyd

: ; been many yen i since there has existed I : MONEY. ?. und B. Croom for three hundred Dollars,-sundry'

n'31d&te of Fayettville so favorable a feeling in relation i in the ShoJ-rspeare. Superior Denlrifice for the teeth and gums furniihed Rt-c'u of R. C. Lester, Robert Davidson antI other ,
pur e. -
"'hiIe I has to the patient about! 40, or $43. J. K. Campbells' Rec't. fur a
l real tatcas: been manifested.Ve
ttt- > i our in hand Froll1 DR. COMFORT'S scientific
pen as our good: knowletljre and pro- note on Needham Dudley, endorsed by John Kerr]?
"Jft'r luted.t'1.t c I are glad to lean this fact and hope that u>ed to say, in writing to I: fesbionul experience, he believes he will be able to men J30. Note given by Stephen S. Peeplcs to S. F.

Jt'tla: t C anton I citizen of Fayettville may again, soon I :, to indite a short Chapter der general satisfaction to those who may feel disposed ; Joues, and endorsed by S. F. Jontsfor 852, or S53. .
to employ him. Note by William Dixon payable to 8. F. Jc.nes.
: t eujoy the ptoipcrity which blessed them is given
!I nf.Jhced. I a fruitful :subject inasmuch "X.llij materials are of the best kind. and fudcrsed i by S. I-. Jones fr 537 or SS8. XNO
i., ftj OUr pasture previously the ear 1S16. i governing principle, (if we May 15, 1832. 39 tf. tin D. M. Graham payable! to and endorsed t I-y F. F.

\ One J I I the expression,) of mankind, Jones $3 50, or $4. Note on Joshua Johnson payable -

ttwo I St Loui .-The. location of St Louis has human ambition. Money i is Notice. jo and endorsed by S. F. Jones for 5 10, or $12-
side : I admiration IX will Note on Alex. Formy Duval, payable to and erdor-
I been the iieme and a bad thing kind master a Q weeks after date application be made to
r cornD -a sed by S. F. Jones for $22 or 323. Itt on Jchtf
Gadsden for letters
Court of ,
1 titood It i is oidoubtedly County County
jj. yet of virtue-a ministering Administration on the estate William Holloman I, Eddinfield for SI 25, endorsed by S. F. Jones. N(ne 4
it'abtwo the g. in land mart of Western y-a villain in disguise-and late of said County given by C. Woodberry for $38.-the notes were all '

they I '. I In the 'entre nearly of the .Mississippi rake. What opens the fair arms dec'd.DAVID HOLLOMAN. on Demand. All persons are cautioned against receiving :
t Ifh !! it will all others in extent and I May In 1832. 37 if. or paying said notes to any perw n. except
. att cya surpass girl to the embraces of the old I, % -_ the subscriber-the above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS
JUdgts I magnificence/ Look at it for a moment on the ugly I Money. jVhat causes will 'be paid for the apprehension and coiuio if

, 4rted and What a ocation The thousand rivers= kindly upon advances of Notice? i lion of the Thief. F. WYNN.. '

: t'uid! their: liD mbered tributaries, that will 1 a blooming daughter Money On the first Tuesday in July next, Quincy, April 22 1832. 37 3w. .I ._ .
nature their tic contributions her doors.
: remarks from the 11JR ILL be sold at the late residence of John ColV i LAD D.
J sl lIe hfrf1] ri her l\\ .n Potosi and infinitely more acknowledgements from the V lins deceased, in Gadsden County about two JOSEPH -

Jiu m ) !*-!" I I have already been discovered and What causes men to strug hundred head of Stock Cattle, received_ per Schooner Delta, from Chat p
) W hln of 8 : country ye a wilderness. In a late paper Money. What is the criterion on a credit of twelve months, for the benefit of the '

.i.: b, CI !o.' : : ;. observed a olumn steamboat! advertie- wrong 1 Mum y. What is the heir and creditors of said dec'd..small notes with 10 BUNDLES Tierces RICE HAY, ._

. ;; kauq t t j served p for places scarcely known wrangling' struggling, cheating approved be delivered.security must JON be givcn fcOBINSON before the, Executor propertywill 25 5 Bale Cotton O3NABURGH8, ._ .;? -

"the & JI JIs i to our ow9 mercbant& j fibuflHug aod bpwiD$., copreyal1 1.4 A1a,1st, 1S2 -. & tcfe, p 1bpolin. $Iay 1st, I fr1fIT ,-. : a

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ittittttV otftt. MORE' NEW CJOODI& 'y .-- A MCAUfYIL 1 1I '

: VJHE undersigned..ive! been app-nnud Trustees
: tlw benefit of all the creditors cf John Lmidaman. AMONG thr [Treat variety of goods received in this ALL rersoqp having demandi acaintt the

*'- They are dtsirous of settling the business as season, and which' are offered low for Charles Harrison, late rf Jtfierscn c
coon as possible, and to thistnd thty request nil the eabli i, there will be found, at the new store of the sub- dcc'd, will take notice that, unless they are

creditors to present their cla.ms a &om as practicable. scribe r, K ,. 3 Exchange-street a choice lot of fancy by the 26ih of June nex, they will Fe ft

And those indebted are requested to liquidate or pay Cloths Cassimcrs, a part of which' they -will men- red.Jas. L. M. ROEISON, AdmWtrcinT

k their accounts. C. WILLIAMS, ) lion. May 1st 3832. 37 8w

Wm. WILLIAMS, )V Trustees. Suirblue, crape Finished,Broad Cloths,
d o. Velvet do. D. Westcott Jr. &
Geo. E. DEXMS. ) J. P. Booth.
j April 10th 1S32. 34 Patrnt finished (West of Enzland) Black do. formed a Law
_._ HAVE partnership in FIorigj !
d o. fine Olive, do do do. THE Subscriber respectfully! inform his friends, of the former is in TV

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. do Chnmon Brown, do. the public generally, that he las rented the the l latter at West Point Tallahassee, aBdrf
) lire commodious building the Wist side of theCaT.itoI Appalac'hicolacntra'ctcd Bay.
4 Bottle Green, aid sold wholesale and Re- ness to them in of tlie Bui
County of Leon.Estray Faxony blue tail, in Frederick county. Md. by C. Herston, Square, formerly occupied asa evern by John i or the joining Counties of Georgia conns or Alabama of Florid J2

t Horse Lavender Drab, and iplhe Prtentwith Dr. Judkins. D1w icr. The Hou&e having umierzate a thorougli i I be strictly attended to. Au :.3d, 1331. *
A variety silk above rt'aIi r TV ill Lercnfly tor the reception of Buardcrs and Sfor
( ) Oiniuent is offered to the pnbhc as a
r % rAKEN up uy 1tlitt L. Vick'rs. rU handkerchiefs, certain nntedy for those obstinate di*
.. near the Iniony, a J a1pried by White niid fancy cravats which have so lortghaffied the skill of medical JOHN 'IV. REAVES. Business.;

Thomas G. Collins, James J. Lester, 4 Dozen fine fashionable THE' subscriber having- been

aad ames 2,*. Vickers, a do do White Swelingsof every description. 1 "Dum rivimus Vivainus." auctioneer for Leon ap.

Dark Grey Horse Gcwlcmens1 si'k & Lt-gs and Ulcers of long standing- SPREADE iCLBTAVERN .ICKS in the public in counry, offers *-
ilo l Cutlon ana ; Schirrusor Glandular Tnmours. 'I ness He pledges ineaucuwjanacoacniissionlmi.!
Ick. particnlany
with white his cuprnel pay
some spots on attention
Silk an silK Velvtt -' tanoursin women'a breasts which wlten- business intrusted to him and u> i.1
occasioned by a saddle four fcc tbt enchs ; i. ; attend estates
In addition in the alsive\ inu'cerated' cancers. sale- in the liis i office in or otr!
Supposed to be five uW, orth hftv oollau' country. n the town
Sworn before years the 2nd 1 '32. ment of Ready r.iJe Felons, or vliatwroe people know by tie name nolid! v here lie rc.ayat all times befound. of Jig.*
to rue pri
NAThAN VICK ER test Myle, the work and ) I } I of evry description.j March 13th 1632. 30tf B.
Justice of the Peace. rai.ttobc ctnuiac. j : Rheumatic f JIB* of the jcints. _BYRD.n .
biown, Cin&rnon and Olive } Iiraio and Bruises of TW-OTICE. KERR
; every description or in Sc
A true copy from the Estray B' d Pains, kr. silk Velvet [ p.iit situtte.; J- STURCES
f. t. all those indebted
tu them
'VdLk-.nciJ and Marseilles, all ; I i Tetters of, ill I kinds. In this complaint, the pa a-count previous La> the 1st January lj3 by notecr
,4s. I II tir as.t. I in applying I he Uinliueut must kvep the d -
part w arnex an.J seule! the vime e-a or before the
u1Llcr 2t] 1 wafer hi of
I ,iij-' subscriber taken tl t, as longer indulgence cinnotLc
Dividend No. 3. t Chilblains >at nnd -
o: parts affected by frct. Tallahassee
als'j u Hi'i b-.cK !rent-mem in Taitoh >* *, lati-ly I February 7th 1332.Administrators' .
?IlflE Directors have iied.ireil a dVVtkTti of the TO one of the best remedies for Burn 2"rtIt cmipi-
_.I.. ..rfits'f his Btnk, fur tIi 'ft:$ t41 mouth!, Cfl eases tit? pain and draws the fire cat in a: v. by f.ipt. John Downer, which, having recently i '
: D b. v.i n. fiutu rt.itJ ?f irn.-i.cd in tC X.l't co.n'kte ivun- Notice.
# di' : 3ls Mrdt 1b32, (if one dtjlar j'r ibare. vii .
neii dui n r, is .ow of
fl liJamed uiuirt naro lite
1 ; 'UhiC1k vi11 be 1ad to tht btd k'ittcrs ; Women's Blasts and Glandular, I|I j ALL persons having! claims against the
1 ; ;! "'_ it is i superior many medicine jet known to S SPREAD of the lute Adam CraiviurJ deCeased estate.
dcmarntBy i; :t ; j t faculty. It I w madi safer than mercurial Ij GLETVERI. are
order of the Board O i.en f.r tlie y'i'] ; inn I. ed to pre.scnt tlieiti tlu'y' autiieiincatcd
S. T. nOClNs0N. I haw J I. j (as i it dors not contain tho smallest atom i Tlni HOTEL i i.s iit'-te >n ?
!; ? .L April 10th 1S32. si tf' !ru-uuti ) : j prepartion of tint material,) because it > ?S I tC.. C, ii R. *- Vv'iliuiin i a p>sii( .,n as nearly bar red. 'L'llnse indebted, or they will \ fore *'
A cm >\ v-l..1 k aru, &anr { ) the liable to s.ud
-a.- ;: to from
pater. to !
; j injurv e..pee central t to the business and populatin f-f the City as quested to estate are .
; : Executor' Sale.WILL Fre h Drus I | I cuulci !be selected ; and isr.o Less qual1d for the r-ur- payment.

BE SOLO on the 2Gh day of May nrt, At-K-V'i.cn, Ointmcrt lifts cured sores of many year standj j ps>e of a public house, by its ample aze and eomn Jaekson ANDItEU VOL'NC, Ad'mr
,, : : ire .ivi.-.n : i N here is impossible cr imj-rudent to ht-al tht* i.In. County, April 17th
.t I VCtflt) Gadsdcii C uity, I.JrKvua I, UirT <"K us imeri.irarransT.it nt. than iticonvenient loca- JS3i. S
> fIJ.u-k 1 in > tfSldministratori
< :
sarr. of the bone "
: t consequence becoming* IoI, Iiuu a One Lot of Land 1 tintM'V* .'{ji-iT.l.uptiiin\* .' i i't or rUf, it will the of the 1 :, midrs.ijrnits *
; ; etcp progress cir : j -d U.determined i to rncr.t the f the } "
pati.moa < ?
: ;
-I Containing near a half ace, utl, a 1are V.Ur:.- I' '.j.laiv:7 i'LU 1\ I fli .PS tub quantity ol the discharge, remote the iff-1 wlarh !.e uke iliisoc'Msinnrtsr-tfuly to solicit public, ALL Notice!
I HOUSE thereon) thiny-siv acirvot laiul on ,lf \' '% ,\. : -.s of Caijtn.r, ; i [ ; :*iiU, aid tase the pain. Hurt-milted! attention directed to ih mfsrt aiul byrict persons jii'Iebtiii to tne csta'
: ofAany
1 half of the North East quarter ot M-CUOII, o3, ..-. 4 K. \ avei &':. I ... the WOM Felons Whito\v! > on an pli- mcnt of his jfursts ; and by tl.emodtation! and mjoy- j Barnii-ster dceca ed, are requested* to male ,
: |
;I 1 6' N. %- W- Fur!. .'s on t'n-' qr. X w"J by jVVJ": | LUUOUDIO1)S ot1? Iwurs. regularity of hi charges.me rnent immediately. And all thce who have M

!c Tanner J" noUh.i o,. >Vroes .pp .*"' t<> '- 'J th i i'l- 'c ,: ,, hIcirtb.uid: I which have stood SM long a< to At his"table, willnl-Aaysbe fmmd the best whichiin I inands a aiiist the KsUite are requested *"
&nr le Ration: "ls", ** .1.'flt '.n A ppatachi ')lll. 1)t y .. .3 ; .. Jsdnier. roqaircs medicine to betaken I the tent them duly ro
.nzI etau1:4: *j.b; j'&e, lr niarkctnnttaji'cit, country cfird, !hi i? bar will I be authenticated, within In
1n ) ]:se1I1.s tn 1j JN: ;: '. '.<" tLLc1I, C'ec,1r. I weI konp!. i ; ap;lv'ing) this Oifitinp'nt* eMornrJIy' directed: his stthlt .ritnotdaridatttntivtO&tfrs: 1 ViCj RS.
: >
; [ are ru- j
; tl; _Mar'1i vii 1 "! '*'' f'.ciy sujH'.ir.i Uiubtv vnd )I g'iv 'oief; And exen in old' l'f ile-! "bo' \llltM. : Talahasft! April 17th
i j have Iteu of longer standing, it will ease the Lt rhosc. hcwevfr i l32.. 35
M tv Hnchi'Mby he Gb'I: ) s-ho nay vsit Tall.iho5.5ec! '
1rjoTIc E.-BEN. $ E LLI r H A.I P ; ,
pi; : >. Thi&'ar1.-ic rc-r.iiiK 5.h>t.UI view-rhi--public} and Hitterintrif
.1,1.. \ [). t tbe ::1t'thi. C :k2c; 1 ic U or oLier : ,! t 1 nrtains and masters of vessels this omtment f.r 1r-erhc,1, by en-torn: on uth j--rasic-n5:tKe a. ;.a iiiej Thj.icprJei riitt.k | NOTICE.
C1rtr1e tsn c. .'itri, t1irrTs this fnti'ids tuul | Lim t j trv valuable ;ii winter oti our coat it ICIX V
I |lit st otwactua'lvtotac ti. : Ji.Uft: nmi ig it.spcc ftiiy! invites them ti call: and jud'C ; Cor.uiijssioners.
the t r:i d 'ar'- i b its oiTcts uii C !iilbaix! THE appointed
pn'i' 111'; t ii* '4 Mtt..Miiadc: 'l r rimis ':e. cr parts atlected t >r ttK.sistIv"c- cinAl t'Xptrmif nt.rs'ovtr.tbtr i uru.'cr ao actcl
t us t'njits i of his pr.fet.. ':*' i, v.it"ivcr ivi.tfi u.ti, !). Inconsequence o l ( pre-enes it.s qu3htio iu all icli- I5jl 12tf II. C, ASIITO R-.u:, hereby} <* t Legislative Ccuncil, for the Leon iiij]
He rj1v tie lound at OJr.w".l trev' t.irr.i-iar I give iore, that the Boris of Snbcrip..
', the .SflCC 'A'. a nil e P'J.t need in ni.'iKinz ( nr.s of testimony proving the \alue! oft! I non f r aid> ftr id, will be opened at the TriAsun

coir4 1'aflb '-' h I 3 }'. ''i'i f ?ii11l V f () : &. lie :: '.' medicine v.ifl b. S'.PVVU to those: who NEW STORE I ,:f.ce in the Capitol, on Munday the 21st of Jh
r *r 9
r err u114 a-; IOAas 1 bar- inlorti'titicn
4 r
FE1 DflU'-> is. iF.Ti(1NE. | on apphcahon to Dr lIe r4-
.a -ifnd it r.ereswry ( I IC an ut his authnn/eu IiN 'fA1LA1iAssEE.1Ti. G. BURGESS, SAM. K.
: *; Just recevvd. alau, ? :and ortirrnt ] a.senls. DUVAL.
fwni-i'f IJCX
lue1iaI I and neirlitf at'o ii1.dc ist sold CUAIRES, I MILES
by Jpecial appoiatrnent ol Ii't''e' } BLAKE
!r of frc-sli druir rn.l i' wl.-.rfi uih beorrxtail jd n-xt door to ,
n. o: os 5t> RICH.
:!t-diJ zm.t&is> dale *-.v ; .IIid HAYWARD, GEO.
; ; wairantiM p iiuinc.i. L. z :M. AUMI: >TKAi: I ', CU and I HAMLEX
.hoieiaie ; l.nv v f:,.>'i I 1y.inKI'H I| .y s oputiiar JAS. S. L\N!
r.t p\' < pt on -! :* to II St i.. B. rili'lKl.Xri: IRCCGIST a l J1i( 1't 4'4 rt '1 KfiBEilTSiURGESL
-. LADD, flru2ri.c: 'ii r.wure ihtir s.jiAi uf \ : Februmv' Ii4tu J. l. 27t1.: I GROCERIES V/I. L. IlASKIN5 JriID. DUVAL.U'.M. .
Iai"i; .T.nu.'-v 17t;: *>'$2. 2:;;]* :-hi-"c] j'iicc wii! ile S -:; 37
; ei.,. ;.ti js Hjjje fr the fciilc JJQL'ORS & tf:

: i GOODS 4 s;'L4:I' d k on.ttid-icrirtiiits U v es vn vvh inii,4l1 t | the itch DRY-GOODS., JOH2? T27LORS

i iii-'iuiis fuun tut tii.ie they C' i! OWl.VKR: ir.\ rte i -. n. one iiunrV application, an-ion_ ''l: h ar<. Lt: .'ilivvv lii .irud. q'I'i1'uj14' .'VJ' L.qII-'
10 half Uirr.'UI5 '. Wh Ft 1 ] and no danger from takm* colu by u-ic'g: 1)urn- DmiWennnnl I'i. Il.iva> WILL

1. QQ '. F'-v' itrkt t BEEF, Til.ih.n rp. M.irrM-21'3h:! i 1 l Omircenl. This i preparatmn. for pleasantM.-:-*, Very clfan.Ntw (.'rl*..- n.* ditto i:2ijtnror IJ--n\u Sugar.V.'hite. 4 i I Decatur practice in the Counties of Thorns,
| Kariy
5 '4 15-V .rJsuULs, t : epediLunt. ease and ceiumty, stands unri\alls C'oP' <*. Havana Grreii, tirt qiui Baker, Dooly, lee, S*:ffit
: 5 Kits, vnnn.h *i'tt! T< nt,' 7. "d. {' the cure of this trouUeoiiif C01fl.alIlt.! It so y. I J Knrulolph! and Stewart, in Ceiiriria as Lertt

: 10 Kegs Go'hw HCTTF.n & $' ts'.vtil a< cf-fUiu in ita operation, a.to cuie tbia' YouiiHyson, Ini|
.vi |to J J.X&s Freh 13.uh lUio IIi AE p I ; -! moil filoctually :u ore hour's ;'I ip FRESH TSAS. G Jadsdeti, Leon. Jenerstn, and at ti.e Appalad
II) (11tl-S, on/] .' ola Uav in Fiorina.!
-.h:4)1.1) %' ..
;:v *
4' L. ? Urowjj St j>st, no: contain the least particle of (AjaxCir-o.) April 17th 1 J2J3
' niprrury. or ] -6m-
J- 1 ur, Rf-on, its Pork inhafbarrel
iC'' ingredient and
'c-f be
tsiS may applied! [ with
. If B'xs Pm' H"- -. satlty by ijiiialt MarkfreIX.'.3. in whole anti ''nrter do. ,-ii-
cAi.p1 :
pregnant; *. or tu children .
I i 20f'"i P.tr? N"T-L'L.! > 'ti at Missdo. very tinf, in it}.
:I h. fleceivctlper t udit!. ( '
, ,: .:' 1L.L14)\T ir c.rs.ic .;ui PI(5 ? e.rr C4I.* ;: i 7 l-2ccntsa bor, with Frth Leaf Lard, Go hen ttutter.Goshen cheese. Oi.ir.thc ,F. i ;i:4v ij' Je: rtext
ample! directions
MJU J Ii.,. u'j. V\ '.'" ii i t l'rch Charleston Rice, Codc h s.tch r'--1.-' t -
I Herrings -
T c' ISih 131.OTICK. I Utfr 3 : f r iu
< Do. do. P.-'Si Ii! | Price J.V.-cnt a Lo-t'p.' Sir1 stc aiu ',i 5riii Oil,
t sr- -- -- il-it, Fflccc'* : ', ; cnc Ire Svcet Oil. New York dne-1 Crf*, I L'4' Fr.Ls: ClRl!,
: utie'-s snet* on tli ot t Tdc l (iZi. ; ,
: Tito ? j
.- t suifc-criber) ha> noirted p.- :4I B.s' Dm.-' e ) col fno 'blov. \ i' ; tarneLt (
Livri>( It talJense. Viiuiarn
; wrafj er. bvlhe -ole rr<* r\Liur.\ T. KIUDKR.I n lor Gkun. : '. d., t.st ,
.j_ Vi-! t ,h*' Ivqr. ->f TaUahisse.atf his 1.1 j jr I.ZI'b : Richmond first pnjp cngj CJTO,
>Kce<*o"rto the-'att' Dr.V T CtiXWAT. ? jr.iahty chewing Tobacco, sold f"r; th! *; r ct.efit of the crevii
I : -ra i all
rncv vtIi ; ( ve ;ic cl e : ate ,>00 Pko, t Strict tv I*! ill ; at his Counting Ri om. over .No. UL. Court S-pani'-h and half r>pai.ish htrirtrs. Conditicss cc3.7. DAVID ar.t fi.ncerEft
linoj'"Btitbr Jiini A'nliews. All dcmar.tls 150. l>t'. >V..t.-i, P.i. } Fr cli bnnt h Rii'in L. AVKITE,
a-aniit : : ;i- nearI&.Ct-ri Hull li ston, :mdaUt> by hia i Fitrs, JPruiies, Alrrron.I<.
Bflid firm must be ;irs.'ntd: to 'Ifli.-fld :tlKubt& d -: : ; : -j by t.: D. I'KltKINS: (No.i spe- v.-Ith; avanetyi-t'others} csit'risin; every article i FranldinCoinr, May Is-. 1532. Ejcecauii

said firm jiaid to nun 'r.i-:. aittli.-n-cd attortKyv 1 oi I'Voir. New-CJiii-ini'( : ,183&M! Drugzis!. GROCERY LINE. 37 1
other perw..n in T i s:*J-t -, has! "'. .
any my .
I MarcbS: : i31. i A
ystf. g3lOR iirst
jjaeddle any way w i11' : the'' cnc its jj fnr.v.. i ) ) ,!iiinand'Domestu Liquor?, rafeseco

I A. c. 1U'LEa. I TC JTh1. W EIP..i'V, To the Lad i U t *.. iu Holland C'in, as iiJipiTttd. country do.do. D.tr..ULhtI a paircf IJr.y>es. suitable
Tallahassee Maidi' rJm I ::(' ILf!
:* -.-- I'J(*' hi t an und Teco, are both .tu ornamect: and a Jornada Spirits, wKngland Ihaii, May 8, 1-32 3:; I 3t

( NOTICE. p Ci.i, BALJ: tPE, i 'R f j |, 100 I Pie1I.a! %> 4 a tbonse of te:; t il''," ;aIeira on a aft ii in ADMIMSTARTOR'S Notice.'

l ALL persons haviuir dams! ajrunst the o taie tO, )i TjIs. : j i.VTjSEPTJC DE.\TJ F'RIC. j I :,I.tiai do. Claret ditto. having claims or den.niisanc ainst,

1 ?1 pf John V Gareic -' I.. aa pjeifd to j 5 iltnis. Caia .1 1!. ] ) clepiot Tooth Powi'crnh n \ery littie use j OJiUth proof Co.-niaolJrar.tly, 6yen-s oMin bottles? tV-se inJcbfed ti' the estate of Uuvraril Sxr.s'n,
._) them to the Mi tnU'r : and tiu o indehlni pn I i ,: o hs li tie scurvy in the ci.m*, and prevents the ac-1 ar.da l i..rjje ortment of TiATf, CAPS, BOOTS]L deceased, are requested to c..ir.e f-.rwani and seUi

said estate uie mikv to Sli.- ]"> I required tu immediate j jiaynx. ]U ru..'.'-nC .ni.s* & the ttt-tli. and acce!<;rates their decay. The I co is;>uj',' j'.trily i>f .Superfine Clorh: Coats, assorted Is32, 3? 3w
meat to M. FLUMINA GAKF.V, 100) Jt.GSHIOT. I tit's rtr..\ e s the f revsilir* ; rauses ot flea- H i *cs an.l col-UTS. An'1a l Frock ditt, a tine article for
j ; '1oi1er* wear, vi'uhaiti
presurvos the hcatthmei-- lleridnevi I of| iOyS coanes and rounc I-a- ADIIIMSTRATORSNOTICEAll
1 April 17th 1S3. -tf. IVrsons in.'ipbti'! to iie | aid renders the teeth beautifully vvii.te.: bouts, ciotli, casino and -ntinct Pai.taK.oii5. MarLintn-

fiillv requested lo cnh :snd l O'J o-nts. I Ioctside ; t-ei'i.' M\nd Vaii'ia! : \t-St. A few pi-ces: In h &<*Mary II.pTsonshavinr Thurnton demands against the ct3

Dr. E. Bradford. cit licr l b.v raoI or uin-nv'( [ Aom? aro genuine unless signed on the '! f.n black (Ostnch Ftoth=-Gilpin'asupi-rior hoi pi Cs- are required to l\ie then of Taliah-issre althrifliCSR4, dIt3-: '
j-resen :,
T, by theso! std Cltopoct i'.pr.-on box of clei nt French HaiTHiif duly
vvrajj *: propnetrr. T. K1DDLR.I : > \'-itin! the
time ii
prescribed bv Itw v.ilI toarrcd.
R f > (t'.. t 1FULL 'i ;'ad( } c F- ;- tifl1Pry jhCUE'APER 132. fw ce.or to the late Dr. %V. T. COVWAY.: Paper, f the ltestnidniot ajprovtd patterns ; ever BE.NJ.: G.. or THOUNTOAJrniuisti they .
,.. rv.as t : : ILiapsind btu'obs'Japan I'f.ste Jflachiu-
hi (1TI.Ei !(; at IIH Coor.tin:; Room over A'o J'J. Court; f ,,anu a variety
: ..- a .,1 i i's \-ji.! : y, in the vanous i T : iiejr Cunrf-rt* llali! Kuston. and iihu by Ins c-f other artick> r otnf :sviry :->inisii 'si-all! vfv.hicajvill 1 Tallahx
: I May 153e. 33
4 dies of hia profession. ) by Ii. 13. PEIKIS i (No i ti) be sold lo.v for Ca'h era1 proved]>a] er. JCARD.

i I 1 imy ai anv tw; t'.und (w hen TK*I al't 4 ij TAYLOR ; Driit. JAMEJC.ECCLES. % .-Dr. John B. Toy

profcs&lor.al .Atsii-r t it Itr at his otTir< on JuT i .Mfl Kjr h'rtvetoinviie Febroary 21th 1331. 27i Ll tjC'otton, IIMi-s, Skins, ml all c.-nntry pro .t From Bainmore
; strff, .flCX .i.'ir .-. ( ) I duro !hrw i thr : ,) rtsnectfully t ncrs bisserto
urc < at lnjh marki
I'ktVT1t (iF-\\, < Tri."e..
'their afflicu-d;; { the Citize..s.if Tallahassee! and Its uP.r.ctice
1 LICE and customers nn-1 tliose \viih (Coni. I virimiy; ,
'.t at h3 S1JG
r dence we*: :1- *it.tir pir>**nt 'nrKoi gi'Hxl'. : celebrated Albion Cora Plastc-t OFF LOW Medicine, Surcerv, and \udiury.

; I : April 10-. '. 31 tf enumerate ro-A.lt-J.* .iful cryartirl.ihertiiiic.', with }* f and at li. Kim s time di olve-! anbrdsli* and d FOR C.i1S1L O.ce CFIr.it i next T.door hs geauir.to Mr.*E.VACCiNE B. Perkin's Dru Al TEL'

JnrtS 1 out by the ro' \sithou: th e k-nft .
j s). t4IIiJ l 4I ) A'S ; ; .im Tai'ah-iv, avt*. 1S32. *
if jfEBJCA. ., : ; .-"Tothosc n/Hicted' with ( 'orn TJr1)'ribdr af hisnewst
t y 'Li I w* I"(" rlu iij-i.rtti.in .1. I ;son1: rw' rorn rcf Je er-
rr .4I cmlit.* Tiit'r ) I uucc-riily that 1 hawiiM-d the- Albion Corn i son arJ Monr v-sfretis, otiri br sale to hepi'b- 1JtrsIars Z'a1e.
asv>r! 5-
I The undersi'HM-il, i :ivr Jorn,,'tl a partnership loniiijU'-M rip'k'iis, Vz; with complete kuctfBeibio 1 had used uue 'lc :nt'1f'r '* .!aioLre a''rtzv.: 0| he t'ilw i! 'iliC

under the firm et' U )IlKWS & TRIPPE, ..rtiiDiy-Guuds i of all j' b : cured a Corn vvhiib l.aJ troubled! Lie nun.f-1 rl ii'i Z lii lu' Si CiIt d : n' t r ; ;-tI, 'I Y \iltue of a writ ol Jierifati

prarticp of the tlifi'cn-nt, branches of the eit jt-ar" I make this public fertile benefit o. -ssustl frori the CK rk** U! ri.r .ftle ? !
with that
i of medicine. Tlicy Itave on hand nn .' l j Cutlery, Looking painfulcomplair.. DRYGOODS.t L". ur for Leon county, I s'al! .>.virday the jdJ

: supply of fresh medioinesvliich tl.ev Kill impose Shoes' Saddles etc. I| L. I. Feb. 25." \VM. MIA\V. Gr-a.nap, lui..i-: L''e'.Irtrir. DI tke !'. .t, in froj.t i'thc C -ur. K.. t % ir. tfiv CIty

yl of on liberal terms. Their Sr.rrcret: Blue, Green Pink has-te, pn-rced 1t'set1tOrCIZh, the LigLSt;
oflice N in; AVHibvillc!: : of ,50 cents a box. apt t L&e FI'rtii ce',
f China
Jackson Countv. Ji B. CREWS. Glass and t '. Figured Silks in \aritrty, Irish Poplin Silk; Vtlvct, a >V.IVician named: Eve, .xr.d her thre
u ,,o-io.TartanI'lftid Fiii-s'itiire children, alv, AMesro3I.in carriel CUDJO--
HENRY TRII'PE. LAW OTlCIv Si Cilico, <:npci "r
r I Webbville !a.k Lainr, Bubi\et and thread Li"cs, Irish Linen? I on as the property| April 17>h l S-J. SfOE ,
35-tfPUKCHASFRS willj.raeiice j f
'll.c i: in the Courts Sea Islam! Cotton Shirting* PUin and figured Jac ar execuiu.nin favor of John G. Greates.
wluiK- which will be Gadsdai, jAck -
>m, Wns-hiis-rton wi.iin:
and 'V .ii- ; nee tf, > sand B i'k kga. Iiurs.
wi> Mnstms shew I?, -worked
r tIIS t.tiid thC ,
TI E cxiu-nv low n die Ttrritory c-f Florida, liis cai Ics
:;L Marks, Deicmbt-r I3th ; \Vest Florida. odlce is I U atidurc>? 'sluii, ukcrchtefs, L'alwoe?, Ginghams, ]Nank TIIOS. ESTON
t-ns Bu-wn IJ.iI.ind, French Er.vvn Linen Fu mi- U.Iarha,1!
} !M! OTICE.-----'I'he : iiiUtr2 1Jl, T1if.*t tuie Dimity, fine Cloths Cast,in' rs and Cassinetts, May I, I3_'. tils

THE un prsiirncit hfr.'b g' i'uic that I a I ) I white and Red Fhnnel, rocl'.us, Scotch and Rusta _

certain LOT in TallahasfO.! i ..r* which I the been appointed a'it Just Received sheetmc, Osanburss, ar. &r. r1IIE CuuGE and hIB
alt1 Granliftnd and Fairish
stands, now) occupied a i t ''ulrt house, is c.t Charles! \\ ilIirisun and i is : :: vhooiierMlLOfrtw.i IIARDIV4RF3 .- .- advertised by mt- for"aic in thet o &*
d his pror. riy-that the title jn 'ti. rtu him nndj i rf their lands in Florida., All bushels! of CORN Baltimore, and for sale, ofihe Ffcrididn u le.'tin the care cf *
I has never IN' en parted \ laret au'l t\tcrsi\c Hay ward Esq. Tallahassee who is authors*!
with! to tn j.Ton what 1- from committing waste on the : ) litils S. fine Howard Street : assortment of Hardware, con ,
ever. All persons arts mutione l .i inst purchasin j to rent may do to on i; : l.> do MACKEitEL, FLOUI15 tf Knives and Forkcs, Itn Knives, SpoonsSoiav'rs them on a Cred.it, or for Cash,or produce of U

I ing the same, or rnnoiinir then fixtures 40 uo HEllUINCJS.[ Rwrs, Locks. Aiders, ChiseU, *cc., t'>sethe ins 3 crop. All! applications to l>e made to Mf.f
whatever under any \Vt-bbville (SuMuehana) with a complete* assortment of AMES.: JOhN BLAIR F
penalty of IH-IH.T made i ha Lie February 14ih ; 50 SACKS SALT, caipexers May, 1S32. 33 It

Trustees therefor in law. This 'notice j is: jriven, as 1 tlieBought } lOc) LbsT P.ACON H MS (superior,) BOO TS& SHOES _---

of John Laudaman June t > p-< >ns >*idling purchase' tiu- corn, czn 1 have

er to advertise the aid lot for *a! < his projn LAte fli-st ofJantiary bv grv inc a IxmM Avith bC- Vji: A large assortment! of Baltimore Administrator's Sal

erty. HARDY \ ICKERS.pri l11 addition to his i 'JLMOTllVAPCARTY. and NEW-YORK made j /TILL BE SOLD at pubLc O'
April 17th 1832. subscriber has recently 17th I31 5-2tf 3.cD AYrI 'ztc %%

ti.iFire u.j 80 by 20 feet, for receiving _: ._ = and i'unipy, Ladus aitm :md Pruuell cry, at the residence of the late
H. Bond Shoes, Br >irn :, 5.r. son, the personal property of the dceeaSet,
Buaura ncr St. Marks :Negro: Women : Terms Credit-Metes and
December 27th ; ,
just received per late arrivals- fl HATSAN> CAPthe ssf Sritu-s renuired. Further partiCU&! ofJ :

SURA3CE i against loss or djimasr by FIR[ 'r.. bis. New York and Western Flour A Miperior L sale, which will be on Tuesday the tenth daY
be effected on the nejct'
&ctirntO the Subscriber most favorable tmns, on opp- $ Mrs"o! Prime arid Mess Pork, most fashionable IIA'IS & CAPS; of THOSIMS0MaySI31
apeut >f the ,
In1rancc Coils Ky. Bale alt -
company Hartford Connecticut. In Hope, descriptions.GROCERIES.. 3S
plication (FtC fair Cash value of the every M Kentucky bagging, _

CUtod, and satisfactory evidence, furnished property of mui thr c 0 Setts of small Sugar Boilers, 25 'a 50 galls dministrators'B Sa1e*
rectn.M of the representation, and the Sacks of Silt! A lariife
stock in
jrood itt- all its rC.
dl London Porter tariety.FLOU \ a special Act of the Legislative
.TacterflfthenpplicLtnl. The Cider
solvency orthe Ofi' Old Whiskey
sed on the 22d last for
and its fairness January
and "1mc&ityn1ay 1m confidentslied FreshTea, Imperial and Hvson, Pee
Will !hcirs of the estate of Isaac G. Teague
on. E. B. purchase 400 bales Candles Winter .
PERKL\V: Sperm strained ( Oil
perm: Will be sold before the Court House
a-TaJIahasseo.- Ft- 82, 1SS1. 27i .> i'l orthern' be' market, sqr. Bales : Smoked Beef Bolona Sausages, Fifty Barrels superior new>vheat flour on the fourth Monday in October ne1 tflj,

prefcred. He has Half brls. No. 1, Mackerel, estate of Isaac G. Teague, ded.C0WSixteen

jLOtLtt. tiient ware-liouse at Spanish Segars, Coffee, &c. ALSO! Town Lots,

: ALL persons having demands against Will! do all kinds of Storage Garden Seeds, fresh, And thC
with their on
: iihont deceased, are requested to present U- :*_will make advances Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup, Sadlery, Crockery and Glass Ware: lowing, in Improvements.Magnolia,one Lot and a coinf0r

_ : delay, duly nuhenticated: or they w It, fourths its value on i together with his former ASSORTMENT Tin ware Store Broad-sfreet.
birred Looking GlassesSalt Ready stuate on
by aw. Those '
indebted for
will make inimeipaym He
shipment. will low
on terms to lila customers. The terms of sale, 'w lit b made
Jraftklin ntto DAVID WHITE, ExecurI ; ; rk, Baltimore, 23, $$ made clothing, stationary, &c. &c. Sate. W\.L BL ActBIJPI'of
county, April 3d 1822. 3 6*. Magnolia JAMES
: _s1 January 17th I 18 1 % 1w iWMUJ.Li N.
Tallahassee, tfoYonbct 15Ui 101, '3 i OT 1st, 37 -

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