The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Four dollars in ad\-ance--or Five in six months .

will be discontinued unless at the option offhe _
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Editor, before arrearages arc paid. "LAISSEZ. NOUS FAIRE" ,1.
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!yrcnll (or each subsequent continuance. All!! ad. I i Y7D, UV I .
setnents will be continued until forbid,unless other SELLING OFF LOW 1 T .
ttr cordcrcd. I V FOR O.t1 "H. LATEST FASHIONS PROPOSALS TT Baces over 'the' Tallahatse -

on all letters and communications to the at his Jefi'eri i B. H. WOOLLE7 & do. FOR carryingthe tfie Iailaof the United States Course 1st annual
new meeting
The postage THE store, corner of for two years, from the first day ,
tJitor, must be paid, or they will not receive atten- and Monroe-streets, offers for sale to the pub MERCHANT 'l.liiiURS.WOULD to the thirty-first day December January 1834 J833/ '1832 ..
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in general, a handsome assortment cf the foUcm in on the
named articles the most reduced ; respectfully inform the citizens of Talla following Post Rutes; in Florida Territory
pon. prices for caih Viz: commence on the
----- -- -- will be WILL third ,
and the received at this Office until Wednesday iaDd
I J public generally, th they rune 2d day Jof (19th,) and continue
riv.E: areauilioiized to announce DRYGOODS.Silks just received from New-York, the latestLON1JON November next, inclusive, to beflifefcided on the9th .r first day.-Jockey Club our days. V
day November. three railo
: (It. JOSEPH WI1ITK a candidate to represent Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring, Black FASHIONS, 2477. From Monticello in tz& Beats, entrance $20. ,

f1 lidJ In, the ?3d Congress. VI Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences, together with a general assortment of fashionabls: goods to Magnolia in Leon 'J'fljson County, Third Seevnd day.-$200, two mile heats, entrance "$-IS.
Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin Silk Velvet in their line County, and back rfoy.-$100--one mile he.it.
-- consist ing superfine, black, blue, brown entrance $lO.-
once a week. Free for
good "lrk- Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior invisbiblegieen, bottle green, and steel mix cloths any.Horse, Mare, or Gelding in the United
superfine Leave lIontfcArrive States .
; A'a:es Black Lasting, Bobinet and thread Laces, Irish Linens, black, light drab, Cincy ca&imers, dark, blue, *r- e yylVcdnesday'at 3 A. M. The ;Fourth subject to the rules and orders of the Club.

ItTO.l'IU\TER--A: by the first Sea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured Jaco- and brown camlet A handsome Mkriery of fancy and at .XUie. same ,day.by. 6 P. M. daft purse will be composed of the cn>
neett, Swiss and Book Muslins, shawls, worked capes plain veslings, black silk velvet, &c.&.c.-together with Leave Magljj T nrt ,',5 A. me. One trance mile money heats and the the gate money, of all the four 'aiL
and dresses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes Nan- of Arrive at Joe best in five, free for all Horses.
Ginghams, general assortment ready-made slothing, made 4Jay'hy 6 P M. -
CARRTER lessons up (winning horses
gives cf
on keens, Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furni- in the most fashionable anU durable style, consisting of 2478. .yxi." "ieio'TampaBay -their the proceeding days carrying
Piano Forte, in a room .. and
frMrs..Ball's school-To sixteen adjoining ture Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamcrs and Cassmetts, gent lemen's frock and dress coats, coat.t ees,pantaloonsand back once m7t. ., ,: ; ,'IeaUowed appropriate a drducihn weights of, and the loosing horses ,to
young white and Red Flannel, Negro cloths Scotch and Russia of almost 'iT six pounds from thefr
slic would devote the same care vests, : every description, 11 Jincn\nd' Leave St. jiusi-ine other Thursday weights and all horses anprppriate -
sli'ctinr. Osanburcs, &c. &c. cotton shirts, flannel shirts& clrawSj.f tsaroTetJcloaJis 6 A. JN1. ; that have not ruo

fu uJat:, n Talt..hao:'ln as to!her u', October daughter 9ih,I hounder 1832. her illS Stfof truc- IJJtRD WARE.A and wrappers, &c. Likewise a vari&tj!- f-fiE hjdn; ble PArrive at Tampa Bay the next Monday b In.the .precetding Jays to carry their appropriate

IFill" VMBMIBI MMBiam 4B *MH *MIB m BMBM_ HW .- f-\nt\ -'irticl-qnf ff niIn'n'sdrss.! 8lli NH fancy rrirrv. R: :v.*V... n t1t'r c't. will >U. ", *"_."'M'... ._.._ ___- ,
T I hr nlf'mh.rs, iheJocKET-C'LUBare rcspecto ]large and extensive assortment of Hardware med and plain STOCK, black ItaJiasiIk CHAVATS I Leave usdrf the Club.Z3The- n -- -- UUUI ca.cn purse lor. the

'lj:1J: 'q' ii ,o jay to !the Secretary their sybsrlp sisting of Knives and Forkes Pen Knives con & fancy white figured ppngue HAJfPK ERCHIKFS, Tampa 'E .. Saturday at memliets! of
ll\OntITf'fClre: the 18th insu 16ffiuricL.i f>pona fine J lintn shirt collars sfrtbowms74d stuff 6 A. ."I. YI-'otl" the Club are requested to
Scissors Razors Locks ; ujiite & meet,'at."the"Club
Augers Chisels
&cp |ethe r om on the
black horse skin and buck Amveat St. day precccdiu" the'R.
with complete Asso-tmentof gloves suspenders, cravat next Saturday by des
A hose tehted to tl0 bub.cri111 carpenters PLANES. stiffines &c. 6 P. 1J.No. being Tuesday th. 18th Derember. "

1 '*rfor 1 llo :esand Mules purchased in November BOOTS SHOES A case of fine genllemen'sBEAVER 2479. From .V THOS. BROWN,
K** requested to 111:1"ke immediate pavment. Quincy by Fort Gads- See'rv 4-Proprietor.
TOM PETER CHAIRES.. A large assortment oF Baltimore HATS, den Appalachtcola Bay, 65 miles! and back Tallahassee, O r t. !!;h isv gt.

tI,1Il'S"f'. Peccmbcr 1"t 1832._1 j3w'i"'l' I it and NEW-YORK made with an assortment of fashionable cloth and fur once a week.Leave COLT?, SWEKP STAKK& -
Cr _sucek?> after date application ill be Quincy \ book of the
1'1tD Na CAPS.The every Monday alter the ar- Jockey-CI,, are open for
i IIBide; to'the Honourable, the county court for theOUDIV andPi>in.fr, Ladaaijn and Pruncll rival of the mail from Millcdgeviilc stakes for colts,two aad thrne old mile a sweep
12 years ,
for letters of admin ion Shoes Bro say en
of Gadsden, utrat on ;ans,&c.EATS subscribers furnish trance 850 Three or more
guarantee to those who entries
the l8te of John P. Ncal), deceased, late of said co.wli please! to favour them with their custom win may noon, arrive at Appalachirolu Bay the next be-run for, on the day before the to make a nee-to
II. C. LESTER --I AND CAPS: any article day by 7 1'. 1. Jockey-Club raes;
v.. __ c. Co CoL. in their line, made up in the most faithiil mantu-r (Tuesday 18th Derember.) Weights for three

\\VRENCE P. HILL, wishes to purchase cot- A superior assortment oi the and ontlie most reasonable terms, and hqie that i-y J..e.i'cppaladucola Bay every Sunday old S6 Ibs., for two year old,a fcatb,r. year V

.,.n at ; ti" 'ffhcst market price will be given. most fashionable HATS & CAPS of their assiduity: and strict attention to buancss, they at 5 A. 31. arrive at Quincy the next day by I Oth One December.entry already mad .-Books to be closed on tha

; \ te, 1.11 h 1832. 13f all '"Jtscriij ions_ will( merit anti receive a generous share of pMionage 12 noon, in time to I ,
\ r. connect with the mail ,
all onllrf thankfully! received and ext-cuied ti the slior-! :rrA rare ball will be furnished by the
tCK.\VH .\ i' MEAL.-20 Quarter barrels GROCERIES. test noliee.! ;;oveI-r I 11th: 1832. 13Gm iroui i'alhhs.ssee l for 311 Hedge vile. avthe Planter's Hotel, on the evenings, of the proprietor 2d aiitf
dnd fresh fo; S.'ll]f '3d of the
p :eW by. NOT.S. days races.
LAWRENCE. HILL. A large tock in all its .
.' Just l&eceivcd{ 1. The Post Master General reserves the BROWN,
oru1""rr 13.II' 1..101 13tf: right
Sec'ty. and .
(to expedite the MaiI.and pr j-rt -tir.
to alter the
times of November
t OTTON BAGGING and BaleR PER choollf"r bushels of JJLO CORN, fn m Baltimore aid for sale, : their ;,rri\o.d and departure! at any time during the 13h 1332. f3tf,

,1 _-Just reamd and fur salby Fifty Barrels St1f.| er.or; iit-\v wheat flour 11UO Bhls S. fine Howard, Street FLO7R, : continuance of the contract, l bj' giving an adequate ])/:. JOIitfM'LEMORL.; .A

EDWD. EIX.AS 15 do MACK Ell EL, cuinpez.sattoii' never exceeding a ralu
. II&Tloia. ,tU:. ", 'S32 .11 1 tf.TAXTLO. : ALSO. allowance! tor extra pro 1| ESPECTFULLYinforms .
, 10 do HERRINGS, (Susnueliana,* any exj'cn.se winch such al- the ci. >

! .-:ix ,l-lc bode I negro men, for 50 SACKS SALT. tcration may require. V tJ cns of Tallahassee, and its vicinity,. that hVii _
'" Much the b" bl cf wages wlll be sri ven-apply Sadleiy, Crockery and Glass Ware, : 008 Lb w ACO HAMS ((--uprror,) 2. Seven ininuie shall be allowed for opening '.sinraterl himself in this cit-. .

t' J. G. & llAiLL Tin ware, Looking GlassesSalt Rea Any ]j'crs "is1iiii to lllirdiasc t 11c "fll, can have and closing I the m.u's' at t eac.i ollice w'herc i iu> par- N. B. He may he found at his office next door .to
:,l .. !NoM-njKr, 6th 1632. 12tf d made -relit uulil the first of Jnnu.iry by'J'f i a l!cnvith! ticular time shall bt Sl'l citied, but the Pot Master Doctor's Parker an'l Bradford, or at his residence corr
y clothing, stationary, &c. &c. t-etariiy! T''''IPT1IY1'1 Y. t (General; 1 reserves to him&eif t:(> right of extending ner of Adamsanil C-ilUtreets.

Dit COLEMAN respectfully oiml. JAlESl' lt LLIN. the irn.e. Tallahassee. M.irx iCth! 1832. fa.l--

j 111" :"I" .t' il'II'l1r\C'e' to diP (:,flu'n: nf Tallahassee, November 15th 1 Ie31. lltflucion LEON ACADBMYT"r. .-{- 1-01! 1'V.t'IV I tl1ruIllUh's ili-ioi!__, ill, :,rritiT'r, ... .nt,. ---, "-. ,
''" VV 'o"C" : ., ('ois.' n'LU1iGF r '1 i I. '.l. 1-1's of this u.viiutiMi \verresumed on any point iificr-tile tin. Tih.t- l n "'0 MISCELLANEOUS.Capacity.
uprt> U m 'c\l1J'act; .
I '
..ha.i WwJfci Mfer .It ..WlicJ.v itt 'tli flst. Tile healh of f' -
1r .A !*" u KOOU out t v ihe contidct'i-sii..: t fUfaH -
y i me duiiat-*. li I ti L. UL- -
( ; s.AllUltMl !1A\ViIiS warrant in .
; uniting an uuaieiliaie rctirn .f
conniupatio shall
lay eoiiltjii.r l-evom! tittimr i : ; A
; !for (luc --- certain farmer
*. uepar- and his
I The i
.a dame
:: tums Tuition
j icnian 1 ullal. fl'd.- ,
aji< founs.ell' : a. LAVv Maii.um tu"le .' ; *
.. imi'-v 0; *l '-.*! 20 I By order of the 1'1''tl't.o, ofaik'to 1lt.'lhj.Ug. ",Iii;, bt tr; it'rc -i-all Le equal possessed of more wealth than wit placed
J. 11. COX, Rector, tr.e i.niouju oliowid! h,r c-urymg the their two daughters in a seminary e tabiishmenf

S.gar Mill of LPOI Academy. mail one trip. 11 it be made to appear] that the for finishing iho education of the
Four or 5 boy.s can be accornodatcd ihi board bv I delay was; oec l ion'c! by unavoidable accident, ofwhicn young ladies
J G. & N.H-i.MLEX: liavejust resrhed a smallS Commislon early application! to the rector of the Acidemy. the i'oat Master General hall be the judge, :\fter a considerable time had elapsed, the far

I'etjHJiidicularSu''ar .\Jill. which they oiler for e $ Business. Board per quart, including washing bedding intO I the t forfeiture may fat reduced to the amount oflJV mei's spouse waited on the mistressof, the.

lie oo a credit until larch next. T liE SUBSCRIBER haying: been candles., . . . . . . .f.iO t [ : ibr a trip.; IJ111[ m ca>e can that amount be school to hear hor report, which proved to be
; J (; 47 tf ap-
JuiyO.1t2 Board exclusive of thse,. . . .$>1S 00. remitted. The 1 luffutuitrs
____ pcmted AUCTIONKF.K for ra>cllp County, are otherwise unconditional tolerably satisfactory, excepting as regarding .
To Planters. o tflr. his servicebto the Public in the Auctiun & Commsion October Oth Payable)1852.: at the end of eacl uarlcr.. Stf. and will in all cn.srs be ellt lrccll. their progress in the musical department, in
BU:In(!!. 4. Pc iio
FOR SA L L.-4 Copper Boilers, lie ph-tJges him elf to pay strict; attention to all business Auction & Commission Business. by j .nr, payments make proposals to l be made will! state theirpricc.i I which the pnins of the instructress bestowed
quarter-i of
on the
Cwpper I) Skiuunersand i entrusted to "ill. und one pupils proved fruitless.
'ippers, Scoops.ureduced : to attend to Adruim-Ura ly; in the months of i ia\, August, November end entirely
,'riee;-.\ !o, 10 pair Horse Mill Stones. tors. rr other sales in the County. THE subscriber having: been ap- February, one month !from the expiration, of each The governess honestly dissuaded the good
Apply: to BETTOiN & EMORY. I1ioflice ihiutlie Town Ochesee, uhere he dame
ma) I auctioneer for Leon oilers his quarter. from a perseverance in that V
branch of
M1.y )j. Jb; 2 :3y 11: at aIr tiUles'be 'found.; service
JOS R.BETTON. lie* to tht public intneauctionandcoimmsgionbusine&s. 5. None but a free white I person shall be employed education, and candidly tool: her, that theyo'in* ,

S1'OIIEA.GE. August 10, 1832 1 SwACAUlJ. business iniriialtd pledges to himselfto him ; and[>tty attend stri't estate attention or to oilier all : to carry the mail. I lady had no capacity for it. This friendly advice ;- .
b. !
.-The subscriber having s.d'sin the country. Ili&oiace: is in the to'.in of Mag- Proposals should state whether the person however, failed in its intend t-lieot ;,
TNaudiuon to his \vare-hoiifcC! the hou i', eist of the na Jarre and is iirkliu, where he Tim} nt all times be found. proposes r to carry the mail in a four horse coacn, a for the sagacious advocate for a good eddica-
capitol &qm', M ij. |I. !3;!. "-2. 30tt() two horse coach, or otherwise.
bUterJtwr! iu- B. BYRD. I tion
-cintly erected a spacious build- prepared to transact A GENERAL eoMMii-icx A.ND AVC- 7. if the herself up, and placing !iyr' anna
SOL)' Slccj, tl'ucc.1'in"cotlonand icoods.TlAlUTHY.M'CARTY.. TIOK business, le hopes tu receive liberalippi: I JH.TSOH offering proposals wishes the a kimlo, replied with
fiom the FOR privilege of earning out of the Mail! great -OI adam -
1 public, ai .St. Matk?, DcrcinluT tf7ili 1831. IQtf favo"T him with their business, to use his bi ejTo may I Ito he must state it in fib bid; otherwise, he cannot don't tell me about capacity when I does'nt

promote their inien>;.-. .V."KS'J'CC: (>'i T Jr. .// J.Jl./1.A'V) NEGROES. enjoy that privilege. spare expense ; and I desires you will git bet

liraintittCotton, Gin. ( rlbr) r 2" I 1MI. 7tf 'I. I \A ILL sell! \aluabic tract of Land t. Propositions: for any improvements in transporting one immediately. .

FaR ALl-A lj Jrv Cotton Gin, (Iron fra- -.itualcd; two milos east of Lake Jack- the mail, as \\itmanuer\ of earning, increase -
d,) from Li-ainnce Manufactory. Apply to: V Storage, ", and seven miles N. E.: Talbhasi.ee, a.i expedition, extension of roulesfrequticy From Cantoi.-A Canton pap"er of the

JIWlb! '. Kllilll. i. rH'HE undersigned has large and co.ivttiii.iu \\ areJL I (: .irablc and healthy residence contaiu- I of trips, or aiij other improvements, are invited to May, h-is been received in this 26th .
J. \V. K Mill rocenc orders for other Saw Gins of houses t nd Cotton sheila, and U i }n'l'arullo re- i I'I'i five eighths of cxce.lcnt Land, one I oc stated in the proposals, and will be considered. city. T.he.
I theabote manufacture.nlv ,':vc GOODS, COTTON, ur other l'wducc 011 Storage it ..1: and sixty of which is in cultivation and unlit duly following is the only paragraph which has been

nlv 10. 47 tf &c : g'Kii fences, on the same is a commodious Dwelling thought worth copying :
______ Gotten Stored sold and all Commission lioase I built of the 5. The number of the route, and its beginning ,
DU It;i or shipped, same materials, a frame Gin The rebellion on din frontiers
A IS1'lL\THIX'j ;$ NOTICEAil I Business V and (termination as jdvertised should/ l be of the adjoining .
jxivnbfi4iig strictly attended to. lie solicits a share 11puUic House, with a fifty saw Gin and running Gear, entire > stated -
c1J.imson the estate of bamutl Ur'an.l.lte C EDWAUD all the iii ever. bid; and till"proposaL'i1HUSllle I sealed provinces: continue, and from the
,rTi'.L! 'lia\st patrcnage. SLIXAS.Iagi.elia new, out buildings equally good. Ten or t large ,
authcntir-attd, dcccasftl, are required to present tlicinSF i October 16, IS32. 9tf twelve likllvilhlc> .,odi.:11 l Working Hands I the al>ov i dIrected" to tne "Ueneial Po>t Office of Mail Coil- bodies of troops which have left 'anion, it.
\ulr.n zl lu tuiif pre Tibed by law, with all tI.e'JJOFSEllULlJ.1..V'KITClIB.'t tracts: and would that "
Othey will be FURJSJTL'RE suptTscrik'tl &posaIJJ. I seem the suppression of fhi5'r volt
foie\cr barn.tl-those! indebted he REMOVAL.HEIE '
ts u are to i HorsesJult'?, Oxen, and lither Cattle,, He following: is a J.TOJH.T lor:); Ibr a P rop\J a. t J i is no voreasy mntier.
make r or tiuie
requested to immenate i some the
myuif-nt. Subiciibrr taktb this opportunity' to inform Bacnn, a stock ofileegs, Waggon and Gear, . Taabc LEAH DRY AN, Adm'trix. L his Cttsiom, mid the pul-lie t.eiie:ally, that hei. present years Crop of Corn and Fodder, will be sold I mention ruttle'o.. reports ofthe progress oi the Imperialarm.s
: lo
Ocbei 30th 1 fc32. 1 1 1 w I .VV for'the and the intention
.t s removed hiS ConlcciKtiid.y i the ,house: ol JMrsits. oil accommodating terms by applying to Leslie A. yearly iTf '' of the Government.

TV1LL1A31 B NU1TALL and- L. 4- M.: A mislead ocar tin C.tj'itrl l Smiaie e, where Thompson, Estj. Tai'.ahasste! or A. B. Ovcrttieei, He must state compensation tie ollis c1rS. have been kept quiet ; at present. however "
i he ktcj's constantiy on hand tJ.c be:t Pat ii--Ml.Ntj HlXt .>, lia\c formed a Law kinds-nl! o \l1=iols kind of V- inc and Cordials, ELIZA vT.RSTRKET. i a Contractor he mu>t accompany his bid vith sat- among the officers, and it is

iit !''wili.',and ill practice in thu Courts oldie Alid'isinct )I. Poitcr, Cidrrl --C inifs! S"ainu-ats, 1'icKlt-, N. B. Persons wishing i I-- purchase. can view tin- isiiictory recommendations. reported that a force of several thousand men

II&ncr.: uud Jackbon County. Office near the &c cc. DilTcrenl kinds of Rt-li&Les at all tmt>, all ol plf'mi t"'saIIlJlY tii'if. Lyup.Io t : :'.snh'e.. t 10. The distances, us stated, are estimated, : will leave Canton to-day for die sea' of war, ,
TillahiV Hotd. which heotTrrson liberal terms. lie :.:tIer his sincere (tVt I .'l "V JHI :{ and may not be entirely correct: but if any errors accompanied by his Excellency the Governor.

,( a1lg.7, 1832 r>\ 3m i tlianks, to Ins customers generally, ir tnt-jr m>ei- I' have occurred in relation! to lem 110 increase of1; A 4A1I? days si.Jce. a. fleet. *-wi* larO'P A. .n1Jn"
'JTlcL_ I al fuors the past year-and hopee I by unrtnmteuaitcntion AMERICAN HOTEL. compensation will be I rll..t -- ---"- ....v..u5.
"%11 1'1"510" jinibtCd* to'n 'I'. aIlo.wedl u account iliei i boats passed the river with
Cooper up
F business a detachment
to to merit a continuance of their Coiitractorwilt inform himst-ifon! _
Ito by note or.thcr\.i i
make point.
,arc rcquestld to of f
troops on board
1.\1 I"on a\ destined to
IFmutto 11. The Post reinforce
-and th Master General thcr.
*.c I'.avin? claims ainsihim, will reserves the i
cu un the suLl R. K. V, EST. I army which is now engaged with the
crihcr. Th right ofannuliinor an.r"Colitracthl'nc't.'r reb ls. .
"wc w ho nwkc default in the July 10, 1S32. 47 tf repeated .
jwstparucular, must expect suit. failures to arrive vvillaii the contract time halloccur '
P. s. R K. "West has just received direct from The- "
g r0tCmbemb JOHN ii. CAMPBELL, Att'y in fac!. Baltimore, a large srpply of the very l best qualitier of or whenever one i failure shall happen amounting ew Jersey Advocate acknowledges'iti

r 6th 1832. I26f LIQUORS AND cosnCTloNART.-His friaHall; the to the loss of a trip; or whenever any direction !i political defuat thus good neturodly ;-" r 0 '

Jas.D..Wcslcolt Jr. & J. P. Booth l.I\'ers (.f good tatmgand dm llr"llg, arc io\ited to call winch lie may give shall not be promptly, i!' have J met the enemy, and they-aint oJr!."-*'
I.tVEtm1ed an.' ju.le for t!.oms''hosc.3U': .' 1 l2.: I lltf obeyed. I' This is a tact which will not be disputed.._ >
I and
a Law partner -hir in Florida. The 12. No bid shall be withdrawn after the time which
'h "ydcncc of the former is in Tallahassee, and of A CARD. THE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends, for receiving it has expired, and should one requires no ghost to come from th4grave
fctsi1116'1 W e t Point A the any perj j to tell U.i.Ye have been
ApKdachie B.iy. BUJ>JeaUTisttd public generally, he has rented the son refuse to take a contract his swamped i ioi
ore to them in any of the courts of Florida THE SUhM'fjlocr t" "ani plllchabCd the Stock of large commodious building on the West side of the f rtt.-it all oiner contracts that at he he shall i I J Pennsylvania, rowed up Salt River by the YorI .
7Waning Counties of G corgia or Alabama, wi 11 and Ware-Iiouse ofTavlor & Klein, have Capitol Square,formerly occupied as a tavern by John the may have with I f |kers' and are now high and .
Yattend cdtn. All ;.3d, 1831. .5014"N comnenced: the DRY GKCOMIMISSION ) GROCERY, antI Downer. The House having undergone thorougl-] Vepal tment, and be held responsible for all dry on the over *
0' BUSINESS.In repair, will be ready for the receptior of Boarders anc: damage that may' result from his failure to comp'y !I slaugh of Point no Point-there to 'stick till

rICE.'r!ic undereiiied! has Visitors on the 13th inst. ;I another fouryears' tide floats us. again on tho

Se.to 1t't1) '')(! (' avit and attorney in fact for additior :o their present coinmodi us building, V JOHN W. flEA VF.S. 13. No Contract nor bid can be transferred I: billowy ocean of politics. But what of that
about sheds and houses for the
Grat1altl I they are to erect
( and vaii-ibli Carter and the recep the special and written approbation the 'victor
Cark' .\ t1b\m80! ; 'n, and Intrusted, with heirs tk'l1oJCollcn, Goods, 4-c. for Storage, their buildings BlouCs Steel Saw Cotton Gins. the Post Master General and 01'11 have done their prettiest against
lei the care ; an assignment of t Ibe '
i-wtirt i Florida. will bccomplcttd by the 15th Sept. They respectfully I vanquished; and because they have j
bid eaten
IfaatMin All contract without his
|i ;rlailtjne'a5. >te on the persons and arc forwarncd solicit a share of public palronagc, and pledge! themselves Subscriber ed shall, consent, first obtain-j the pudding, it is no reason that we should
1 *|O unt barne, those dewr1 to n strict jxjrformance of all commissions entrustoo : THE has an assortment in writing t forfeit it. l'hisrule the eat
1.0 on annlication the ; be bag. The fact is haVe
to subsc..JOcr.tLb to their care. best Stcll Saw Cotton Gins, assorted departe from. we been wofiilly -

'rl. l'cbnlluy THOMAS I Illi BALT2ELL. PEACHY & MACKINDER.REIER sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws, which will be sold at $2 aivl 14. Il a (:/'on ti actor or his Agent shall violate I I V !irked, but there is no use in crying afterspiU ,

1832. 26 if TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE, )JelTerson., 2,2a per saw on a Credit until the first day of January the Fosl Office law, or shall transmit commercial j I milk.1 Simon Spatterdash says in the play '
n 1ID JUDGE'RANDAL ( ne.it, to good resjonsible purchasers. i intelligence by cx one .
mWIDacgaiTm press more rapidly than the m:1i1J good turn deserves another, as the beef .
ttL t AHGE and BENJAMIN BYRD. his contract shall be forfeited; and in all cases, steak said to the .
gridiron *
complete assort- GEORGE LORIMORE, 1% Magnolia, May 22, 1832. 41 tf when a Contractor shall run a other so let us say tho
stage or vehicle next ihe
tustle '
.U1tof.PrcKl1 Drugs \Jcdicillcsjust rceeik JAMES LOR1MORE comes about. The I '
t.dreL't": and Baltimore; ) GaJsden. OMINISTRATOR'S SALE.-1ViIt be sold toIhe more rapidly or more frequently than he is faces now will be long' .
: sale, wholesale J. J. ADAMS, ) spunk to the
) nighesl bidder thc required by contract to the backbone
tlied COUntry Merchants and Practitioners COL. H. W. ADEN town of Magnolia, on I carry mail, he shall and if e.n,
on Talladassct8r. % we cannot for
the 1l10iot acccmmodijn.crns.. sup- Marks 10 1832 46 tfStorage Monday the Nth day of January ncxt, at the usual I give the same increased celerity and frequency to 'even the next term eleer'th8
EDW. SEIXAS July hiHir, lots Nos. six and seven, in square No. 2, range the mail, (unless the Post Master General shall man of our cho ce,. 'why, our opponents- .:

.1f'\\29 41 tf Druggist, Magnolia! Florida. $ Commission Jfussiness.KJTXli deceased.south of Broad-str., being part of the efclale of Rush, otherwise pensation. direct) and without increase of com will theirs,-and that will amount to the .

V thing.'H...- '
t.-mP I fi 1- I LEAH RUSH >
.. ,
15. The Postmaster(I eneral .
reserves the __ _

1Ii.dTLe undersigned firm .l\IEDICAL.'have formed a partnership, w.loO. ,r j ':: Jw1I Nov. 13tb 1832. I33w LEONEL FLETCHER- Adm'tor., in of his curtailing opinion or the discontinuing public interest any shall route require, when it Brummel used to soy, that the best V joke,that'l1L. 'J.

tIP CREWS ; had
f ? & TIUPPE, For the! and in-such the happened in his time was a man bequeath
! the ( Subscribers s are now I ( b jirIts 15. 4itvinan case contract shall cease, so far as !
'ren branches one l *
of the ing undred'pou9d towards *
< ne. IIte.vliave science JL cumu.odioiu \Ware-Hous, with a Patent Coiu.u relates to the part, curtailed, or" to the whole, if payfng off tHo"
i tp110 fresh i on hand nn exiensiu' i Press for :he puipose packing cotton and skins, and ATTORNEY AT LAW.WILL discontinued-an allowance of one month's extra English national debt. A match may be ink' .

rML LbJraiter1n.! cines.which} !they WH I: ,,.",. compressing,Cotton for fchipmeni, it will be in operation Practice in the Cour of this District, an-' pay being made to the Contractor. ,lanced -on this sideof: the waterin theceTse. .

& C "-Their office,IS ii WebbvilIe.auQ in a short time. They are now ready. to purchase Jackson County West Florida! His Oifuu 16. All! Contracts routes embraced in this of the State of Connecticut--which '
unty. H. B. Cotton make liberal advance Cotton on Jefferson Street, opposite that of the-Register. grven >.
CRE\VS, or on 6 U>- Advertisement shall commence on the her
\ LL.IlJNlty, l'Jt11'IJ(:. rtd with.them for shipment to any port in the L-. tf. A. N. B. All instruments of writing, will be dra,v u I January next,and continue two years.first-day of son's eight votes towards: reducing. 'V!. n. Jack...' .;

.Aprill Their charge for storage ii 25 cents a,bale by the sea with the strictest attention to their legal accuracy. Decisions on.bid will be majority. ; V

1" A." t 'nt.\1"V It'S ;\ 'tf E. '!on,which they do not exact, theylxcome the pur Tallahassee, June 20, 1829 "iU'lnandal8g\ir.. 5.11 1.,1.' chasers. They have a number of first rate vessels cn- conferred/ ,
t tlU..8t'e, ..f L. HASK1NS will J WILLIAM T 'BARRY corpoiation of Hew-Tbrk.;
' V Iu. \ .fast
are '.d. g.iged to freight for them to New Orleans, New \ wk, General. Martin ,
; trJ mba requi t.t.or: \ithh, to I> ''.tt.'IC same. t-. I, and Charl stun, and they will engage'to carry lr ra?.!ii V W nttte.id 10 any business.in the city of Niw Y oukami GENERAL POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, i upon Van l3 ren, nt. the City Half, ia "
.ir tn' lalllf" will be forever" tl til!)( prccrii. ;,. to those places as low as aiiy vtsstls: in the trncc', prompily and faithfully execute any Commissionsen.ruitf July' 41. 1S3-2. ( presence! of multitude pf citizens, diwi-
{... CAMERON bard..Adr&iiuistra. and no charge will be made for lighter l of potion ti tu (tiim by.his friends iuriorido, and ttt&pttb- V l together behold this well Reserved
''.'J Ut. .' t'z. if t1 iiiineil], by,them. J. G. &,X. l1A ILEN. : lie ceuerally. ,' :LANK DILLS .OLAD1NG-Ne (tIy' aat ,to that diVtiifguishe'd and ompft "

SSw ?ct. .t".te ?. .au !,,V .N \\-l"orJr, JWyl-3. p2 l' ..IJ printed, and kept foi 's JQ'at this Office. Democracy of our Stalov abIiz. "WP'". .':!'



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j_ ___ _---a1- -. -_. a ueeessariVr retired from .a body which refftsed I Ito uppine88 01! our beloved States. Obedience garrison thiS post, and that a daffy guard be I! tell hira.% Cher's not fn, bu

LJijq9rL_ investigate its title, to the character under?to necessary laws flowing from n a legitimatesource : detached from it to the Magazine that the his name on the counter, wi-'U in j?

:: which it wad convak. Any other course of public right i is the best >ecim'y to guard l be au mpn tr-d.1o sixty men, and that the [ character."

/ Charlotte County'Richmond,Nov. 22d, 1832.under would have seernecBJ an arrogant assumpVtion .social order and civil freedom. To leave thi appointment of i it.-* officers, and genrrul disposition .-. :=_._-- -- .--- !

/ To the ff riter in the Enquirr of powers wi Kich we were not en- obedience! volunta/v suggestions of publicduty and organization be made under th- orders -

_v the w'gwrfure of a '< FRICND TO. TRUTH. trusted. He wbolKks_ in the name of the or private conscience, or to feeble and and authority of Commander-in_ chief. POETRY.From .

SIB : Perceiving; that in your atricturcs up.'S hole, or any part bfThe people without propd, enactments, in the end leads to the I should consider myself, gpntlemen, as recreant -
Mr. Calhoun'
conduct of
on ,the public you er authority infringes their most sacred prerogative necessity of extreme rigor, or it brings all just to my trust, if I did not recommend to
I avail
have drawn my name into question, -he counterfeits their filovereigntv.I .- 'i ufliority\ into derision and contempt. The you these provisions, or the adoption of those
which in this instance I
myeLt'of my right, These considerations alone are the ample measure of legislation which you have to employ of t much wiser import winch may suggest
(I .
I deem also to be a duty, to put myself right in I .vindication..; But while simple justice itself at this crisis is the precise: amount ot themselves to you, and which may be necessary -

the court of public opinion, before which you ; coaimanded our 8erCesionthore were attendant i; uch enactments as may he necessary to render to the public safety, and public, honour,

have sumn.oned me. circumstances which rendered the obligation it entirely impossible to collect within our however, improbable the contingency of their

I In the course: of that debate I did explicitly' doubly imperative. Twenty counties devotedto l limits the dutie imposed by the protective Unfls ever being required.
the doctrine
end more than once, impute to the cause of Union, had refused even to be thus nullified. That you will resort to such It I is not enough that a people may be right

maintained by Mr. Calhoun, an irreconcileahlc represented in the Convention, and on the civil and penal provisions as will accomplishthis in i their struggle! for their privileges and liberties -

4 hostility to the very existence of the State other hand, all those who were inclined to the purpose without unnecessary rigor on the t but they must have the means of securing From the Cr.lrUiiian !ltrcury. ---;
I admitted that from
1 governments. And whilst unhappy doctrine of nullification, whether under one hand, or a weak and mistaken leniency on their t safety! by ample resources for repelling DEATH OF WALTER CrrT.(
:Mr. I
and Clay might
r his ignorance incapacity its own or any other name, had eagerly the other, I feel so well assured, that I shall t force by force.I Harp of the North! the mighty hanj
of the !
Ft not be aware of the inevitable tendency pressed to have Delegatos in that body. The refrain from entering into a detail of suggestions cannot, however, but think that on a calm That !swept thy chords wiihmatchless.L't

I a system which he supported, of I had!Mr.too Calhoun Miuch originators of the project, who were present on a subject on which you are so; much and dispassionate review by v'onsre.and the !s powerless now-the enchanter's wand .

respect for the understanding a3 members of the Convention, cxcr .iied, bettor advi
4 to believe it possible that he could be both blind to as it appeared to us, a great, if not decisive arm every citizen with a civil process by which the true merits of this controversy, the arbitration Thy minstrel !Sings in reamls abtfC
I forwarned him
,1 th iisequrnces. And i influence with the majority. Utterly disap- he may claim, if he pleases a restitution of his by the call of a Convention of all the The triumphs of redeeming! love.

; and Mr. Lowndes, that this was but the com- proving their past movements in relation to goods seized under the existing imposts, on States, which we sincerely and anxiously seek Land of the mountain an the fiJOd_
end in the
: mence.nent ot scheme must the subject, and j jusUyyapprehensive of their his giving security to abide the .is,ue of a suitat and desire, will bo accorded to us. Land ..f the sires he loved s w..lr,
of the States
utter subversion of the rights purposes .or the future-under such auspices law, and at the !namethne define what shall: To resort to force is at once to prefer a dissolution From lordly hall in cottage! rude.

generally ; and of robbery and oppres:! and in a body so constituted, we should have constitute treason against the State, and by a of the union to its preservation. South Ah who will ci'i. thy :.:1.1 ries tell.

: the alive-holding! portion of the Union,ioni held it both criminal and absurd, gratuitously bill ot pains arid penalties compel obedience, Carolina has declared that she admits of no Or cast a w zal'J's speli o'er thee.
O'er hill
them and
it would Le in possible for to to sanction by our co-operation, counsels and punish disobedience to your own !laws, an? arbiter but her co-S ntps assembled: with herm lakl.-'cr 'owp.l" and tree!

I( .I told tho.se gentlemen that five years which we could noL but believe must prove points, too obvious to require any discussion.in their sovereign capacity ; to deny to her this HIJ fame requires no sculptured stone

not elapse before we should be called\ upon to pernicious in their ttlkncy. The result has one} word, you must survey the whole ground reference( is to admit that our league has no No 'storied urn" to tell Im: glory:

J.I'. pav another tribute to our masters-the manufacturers not disappointed oulr pectntion. The re o- You must look to and provide for all possiblecontingencies. coflfifvative principle abort of an appeal to His monument i is :Marmion"_

F ; and 1 took the term of five yeirs l lii'ions the remnant of the Con- In His name's enshrined in deathless
I adopted by your limits, your own courts the sword. To suppose when one of the most Heroes stort
because four is the nmit of the presidential 'nflonboth those which relate to their doc- of jud.cature must not only be supreme, but prominent of our objections to the protective and kings may be forgot! ,
'service ; and I knew that at each approachin;: inru', and their projects, receive our decided I you trust look to the ultimate issue of any conflict system IS uncoiistitutionalitv; that this and ne'er the mi hty name of Scott
election bribe would be held out to buy up I The cold enrth claims the
condemnation. The Constitutional principles of jurisdiction and po ver between them the other vexations and conflicting questions of moulderin* clay a

th,- viK' and interest of the stronger portion o*. which they announce, are stated in a manner and tie courts! of the United State constructive power which now convulse the But mortal fetters innot bind,
continued th Nor give to dust and
the Union. Expel ence has Ahiith however i is at least tilted to I There i is dull decay
and tinfanl ... disguised, one contingency in particular for whole country, are not susceptible: of compromise The triumphs the
o I immort'il
truui oi my calculation soduce the unwary lit" the doctrine of nul.ili- which you ought to provide, and that is in case or adjustment in an assembly of'eqtiiVa- And while mind-
we for
the mourn
.9 '22, 24, and their successors: attest $oau 1. (:ati'Jn.Vhethc this be not the fact we 'the colcctors of the customs in one of the l lent authority to that which t formed the constitution His better is stilt him.that's gone*
nes.. of. the theory to which the practice will shall for the present content: ourselves with l ports of the State; under the instructions of I i is to affirm that that spirit of amity and His spirit breathc's our own. #

in' instance, have been found rigidly tll submitting to the unsophisticated intelligence General Government, should refuse to tht'j justi'-e, A'llho-it .vhich the union would l br a By mountain o'er Mood and felL,

conform. of the public. The plan of a Southern Con clearances vessels outward hound, that no revolting and is villey, wood :and sireanv
cotnpuNory And
I league, utterly ex- hallows
a Highland
\V.j-J .tfr. Lowndes, by his strenuous opposition vention exhibited in these Resolutions i many dell ,
as appears injury accrue to our trade or to tho i HUt Where lingorin ..
1i> the Tariff of '24, was buying golden to us, the wor-t that could have who be t.But ? fancy lodreaia\
I took very : n iy carrying on friendly commercial be this as it may. whatever may he the AnJ listen to the m kins; strain -
allorts men, oroasi
opinions been possibly devised. Thert-i no provisioni tercoune with U:', the governor should under ssues of this unhappy controversy, relyin,_ no Th flows from whi.c-haired
him and Mr.Cathiun Allan-Baa
that to
ia to remind i any certain number! of States shall concur such crcumstances be authorized t the
bo mrunlv, to grant instantly intelligence and spirit ot a free and gallant His was iha} 1ih erea tve
Slates :
: tho Southern : before it is held. The elecfion-, Deleiates
1 certificates of clearance under the seal people, on the The
.. : imperishable truth and sacred secret cli.irrn I ih.u Si
1)1:1 iicp':!are'urtire's knew ,
ill.l :
ill 'I 'Ji; ij5t: 'Ip'.ffion l for tak *. the 4th
1 Georgia is to pbice on of the State. character: of *
our right, us advance with anunfaltering gift ant richer itowcr, j
>\'hi.h"ai then being ovortb I :.Monday in :March next, without waiting for An .
fp.lightened forecast will "I
not, hon-e\er. heart and steady step to the Bv '.iiy Sfl1bt, but firtrjfj !by: few
performance -
aihoun.Hjid '
<*m. In plain truth, :Mr. CItytr.. v. :t the ass",-.it of any invited State. The f Delegate permit jou t top here.-Remember that our' l 81'our duty' to ou.r.country. Rc\ -alri/! in h's! pic' nred rage I

Mr.\ i.iownde. all ca.e into the Ilou.io> i al tiio Slate* which adopt this project, is l On The
emphatically n country paying an habital dei- your deliberations: I fe erently invoke manners of a former ate.
llv .' .. for the nr.-.t time, at the a '
:tii'r. <- m6es :' :<'liftii'-r: !"W or many{ nro to arnip. e among ferenco tc the laws. As little must be left to the blessings: of Almighty God. The bfe'lkn;:'fil on warteed bounding
: >";n ( i 1 I12,) each with a .inLo P.Jc'UJJ thmM'lethe ime and of ll1'el t Ihe discroiou II ,
: : of the executive as possible JAMES II \ ;)lILTO N Jr. With MtHlisn: pr.me! and kindling gbnAii'I .
the er..sidency-and c- mmcnced a yst sm o' From (l-u. adjournment! o'" the Convention to Every banners .,
conjuncture COLUMBIA
must;; oe anticipated by your :Vov. 271332. Wavi ;-trunipctt '-* nding- .
bidding at the auction popularity\ whi: h. I the 1st; of July next, it seems to bo contemplated own ennctnents.From The p-.mp. and pride of old ro nance,

withlr.: Lowndes, was tersnumtod on>y with :1 : tint:\ the whole' process will be cornple: these legislative provision? let me. now To all Dmiwonists throughout U. Slates. Start into life beneath his pen

his, life and has b<*en unremittingly followedtip ( ]II I sod by tut: time, although every man of observation pass to th! consideration: of consequences: I -Lit. .>n to the vrtice of LAFAYETTE a In all: their slowin tints a;.l n. _

I by the other two, down to the present hO H" : must be satisfied, that no sufficient number trust, of a remote and improbable occurrence. nulls who Ira-,; hazarded his life for the good of 0f IvhM!: anti father Jam!

in this contest! Mr. \'lay has decidedly the of Slates can be induced to act within --o \t'c claim hit His hi !- "ned
: our remedy is essentially o 4 O-P;' -JMiitry ; who has no private interest to -< harp w.rj'd t dcpfy thrill;

vantage g oun:!, h.w&ni given himsell up entirely i short a p riod. In -neb -chcme, we can I pacific ch.t'acltr."hen: w. se: up this claim. sir-..erv*>. und no ectiona] ffelm:!.s to bias his The -no'rl1S: : heart-the open h3nd-

to the friends of the Amr.rican System ] |wl'pei..f' only. the convenient means o'* diawing ullVH meal to say is that, of right, it ou:: t ju'l Ig-nent. The following, Iffer"irlHlI! this Ve- He'snng with ail the poet's skill,

01 which he has, moreover, the reputation! of '.wporgia, into a league; with the nullifies of to be, and, as far as we re corn erncd it shall tea; \postle ->f Libert was received Who f-lt their forre and best could: ten
by an
bcuij the arflect! ;is: w" ll is the duel'I"UI' : *oith: Carolina. I It was understood thlt1hfJ! be so.-'f'. the peaceful redl e.'s uilbrded by V. 'te' ican citizen, rentK returned from Eu-:: Emotions"bat hr knew *d welL

porter. Although Mr. Calh un watic! fathrrot ; wMiM: to unite with in ( : .. To Abbotsfurd, 'sis much Iov d home
agree us holding a on- our courts in the restitution; : which tlu-y s !l > -. '11:* lav 11I'.ltrf; hI' s'ailed.Ve it ,

thi- present hank of uio Lnited Stall--, yth. vcnlion, if it were railed' ; speedily.: l'he mode! decree, ant to the ultimate aibitrarncnt, of our J.mtUf \ A\V- Ylrli Observer :- copy He came Kcm for; .+i :n lands to die ; .

: z-'i 1 in UN. support has b"cn qui'kcnctfv !MIhhh: a minority consisting: ; ol (04 Dele-! I '';uster Stales;, in a euer.il I Convention asternhied I. LA. GRANGE, Sept. 27th 1832. In his own Scott -intl smi!;hi ri tomb,

til-* noj>c o. ,,r-. .ituitii% g P 'nl1. 'I 'anl: : aiv.ralying to thvir for ; : And heavt-it ar homr his latest sigh.
int ads
;:atproposes su > : : n' 'ca-; l "
;; od i my depend to
uii-cr: hi lamia.il .ill I the fnrndarni: I !, tion to th.' whole pnopU', seems_ to us the veylaint(5t'lIcr der.ce for; .ui aslj Mment of thp.um'ul: { oontroversy. give our friend- in the United States a The p..a.an'. p-1nt4 his sacred mound,
dependa ts of --Iritcolos-ru: mc of proper And triads en consecrated trrund !
cortuptiun. ( of usurpation. If they ar' to : But the :final. issue! m.iy he adverse to explanation ot thl' state of thins in
wherever ,h-y ai 10 4 h" :ibuinl -\vhttheron r Harp of the North thv
try so vital a question' in their own form, by this: hope I on have been attentive tones are mute r
thi the other side of th.l1ntic.. Accordingly : vrrv to what has The tTUT.n br-vzs ,,'ew! : i
: ur their : ? "fLi'p.
and be
S to thetnsolv. th
own Thr ;
agents : I at* of coercion;::! wo know, were once, >.issr-d since the revolution of 183i Much
we see: tie Sto k Brokers of Lon. final judges of th dccsnn, what ihrro : ] the low murmurin?' of a late
h III to th} probable measures; < ; ilu- J ha bet-n obtmnnd( here and ill
t dun, ;011 suit to the lead. of thy Onitor of I which other p irt.s of Th.a; : sorrows for he dead! are dyin.d! !
\ing n minority : iny not assume / The people Slate, ollimliy: |>r' :miigated! -and p.ibli: : Nn.r: I .11(0:Kin fins whirlwind of f week. '.
t the W ,stand, hear them chauntitig in the verywords a !urUUT Tire: 'imi'l t t'lttVak' d thy rubiest! strain J IVill
i nv.ist t be Hp.ary of c\erci-.ng th-ur own tll nhrh u is not sd'' : ''or tho ,,' ui 4tI.I.'J oj die <*"""''qupnc'e<* her.', and in other countries \
never n>use vhasp strings a ain.
i and in thu same ky-n.t* of the great sovereignty: if t they can permit such an approbation public QIJ' I z.ii itt- \f.J hit ritisoluteiv L .!!t', 'z..<; ---f.; .Mt Britain nti'l Irrlan.i i.H lndn.I-\ III btn r

author. of tho Imeriran admirers System. Lowndes of it i t.)' individuals. I u--,l dimmishill1! .Hl..i.*tilI that ttipst! : ii-I'.. certain resut ; although! ,h-.-,. h.lIHO{.;, in- TO l!L\--C\-O: : i.cit' tzjoirs,
T'I-' friends -ind of :Mr.
,I The seceding (Delegates: bui .siti.ii- ..
cxptcs: 011! I : mif pn.il.liJI\ lw I I'lIll'rlam r1 j nod and
and uill be wounded tlu6t1tesn.ut Y' : betrayed, wh'Mlh.y ou;_ ht te) have Aye, there it i is, th.i' v.-Jz'ud *mie: ,
Ouy, ;pro--ably by ; sentiment concerning the Tariff: ;h..t it i i-- -I t ouht
u %ve, m -tiugalt; Ii.4tlii": to rely entirely ; j eived ; But
tI encotir.ifffMifnt! t it will n't behort Th:!tl loi'-k, wtiicli: chrj'8: -.Iulrever,
; out it i is due to Among the wise, unjust, -mcl i iijronsiiiutiori.il.: ; I S..vral i I t)ii 1 me coniidnee.. tn-t p.i w .1 11.1 i .t. .... -..) .- ando hrv r-y
chup awe: had a right Th> : face: ihaf > 'II mv brain becuile
bst-JlI.; .idinire.rs-I claim a place ; although I of them entert.unod tlu private: :;, 'ih.it j :Jcca n. ht will I viol/ucd., We .
1" upinio :: .sr n ;must ti .1 l1( it miuht be. I
? iripat think Til that from
from Mr. ; I it usefiil; on : r. a :H h'r s-a1'! Std: shall screrAI )
he lent ,
twit- that Clay, it was not advisable at this moment to I .
take 11)1"o.ld ,
pmp"'I.t (] ; : : hide th -
:- oi wat'-r. to dispel the riouds 'Lall\ as ; % ertess :is.Then last
on hi- moti'iu: to <-h:mjje; the rules and oidcrs j any extraordinary: stops} in relation to the s'j''-1 1jecl I I \\ : Uifr:< .r.\ rt--mimiund! thil (itir "11.- AI! h ii/ntirancf: or
F of 1'1" .iouj motion levelled [por-onally! : atjni U j j t ; but the whole were disposed. to lay faiily j iiti.t S)" -tP.'I' .ind liS i ia'v > unici/o a Uior-u : '. ul -Lite: of Hurojifan ,antI may.''renrh ;.ioiiii<'s. R. s:>:!e..s ai when frst IctstIMy

.', and utterly rc'gudiessonel suiiveis') 0"th I befup} the Peoplu, the project of a Southern; rC\'ISlon-tJat! the "--xecutiv.-: >r uxthonzed\ t In the niranti ne, I !h.li.-v.% it I. ; .' ihdu s* Iure'! :ul 'rn; .?! nil: before 'hem.
.' 'iV'nrloin of and of d tiateI l I., -t I j -
speech Convention embracing all <:r Sir of the Southern t for the defoucc ,
ac.ci-pi ot har t of .
e.io.i uil ii i : \ every m-ric.n, return t bo'.i', to lot Like!: carrier dov.s tIt! : : lr.irrw. tack
Dl'I ij: regain, all my respect for hi.M, not L Stales$ which arc opposed to the Tariff.- ; dp[ .'iidt'iiies, the -.i-rvit'e of f-o I.\CJIJS Ini his tellowfitssMIknow what ill-nnturei! ban-I; To the sane soal f--..mVul ih.;y started,

0" :t:! statesman, but as a man, dUll u enIli:4 In such an association if "auctioned j I volunt.creither ..
duly we by co uname.! or fits -t-. Ih"J die is made of the xioli-nt collision. threat.. of I Ii However strange rn iy ?he the Ti.ck,
tJcnt\u. : conduct on that occcaasoii, a\v the best "''jnrantr' of ;.,rtluary counsel-, volunterr and that \\ foitue Or f.r the In.ne
may ; \\if.yltf 11110t -r1)fLri1itfl, and fI''np"lwl! ? ;lh! use. to injure' !I Iihe rr.II" n'hen-e they'reSo partel1er

w&1 the onduct of a pimp and a pnrtitt'I :and of strength to rrnd. r tnern rt'-ipr-ctablo t f >ur battai.ioas( ol in.uiry: uib: ouHun.. character: and (qu- -(tifl! : the .t\\'ii.rv\ .If te- f.'on ii?JCSSCH: ,f I may

ut'n as! IbM humble t member of I The plan contained in the tie-.ol Jlonsuomit:: company of t Kill men au I (
Carolina delegation wouid have sc'irned to :]necend tel l to the llo'iso of ileprcsentativos; on the j j20th lion, one -ii.i'lioii| oi'cavalrv and luo t>ati':lIi l- li 'ence in the p.iiiiot:. in ai:! ,-i.J! e. :-e of'on.f. thee Somehow! it always finds its Tay,

L to. But such are the temptations and I in:-t. is slJh.-tantlfdly tbat nhi:'h wo would"have *n-*, one ol held, and the other oi IK. vy ., : \' rd plrJi4':4: ill tile I nit d "-ttf>, t. '-<' -,\- t TIa'C.l cX., t;:ain toth:e.

I wages of ambition.To .J recommencedrom disposition al t tilt I: r that thse: f'.ud L'ut sick! and from its
} ; coip f oe ora-iniz 'ii I mcHrifiade i Hio..e vn-,:on.uiav h-rlJI''t- -, a firial -vpary range,
some, it nay appear, that: in thi* address,, : inaiuftted, by th meinliers of the I Hid j "vVi I h
that ilu .
prc-ent and
; : e\iM-utivv, n.i :th' ,'te.cinctn d-! oi ;tIiI of thi- .clii.-, .- (/6.* owM .A j "l'iiJfle torn dropping wing, IAIKJ
I have departed from a rule by whi,'h my con General .n trti-t that these a "lolu-I m AW .. *' L
( a-pemblj t : these vohmtrer-! : '- '>r;.:".u'iiztjts an ere.d be d *.ti..ett s- lulu'e to take i uo ifl ::-thi ir: they ranno: change
duct has: been governed: evei ;since I camo into will IK and ill, th pitde- \ E.'iba.c.al .
; tions adopted, n people Iccl tile officers of thi- ; r.nk i lorthe pteca'ed it ; : f.y such wintteriiijr.T.M
appiopriaie i .If!$ t
> :.ccn it / !
ral-\\ ;. e -;- wes of tedfpttfd :\
public life never to descend to its defence in *. \ ;hcert which !liou hast mucbv
; lying around their unque-.uoriaule r, bcverui commands.: 1 .->u:"' st the .\j>ediency Foil" :It-'S 01 th- Itevolrt, WASJIING- I ; proved so
tho newspapers. But they who will give themselves tative--!," \\ ill\\ 1)1 0 Iii ptty and decnlcdlv I reject: of this Brigade being armed i and tq.up. TON at their head,' II' t If; v nie! thou donbtest yet to take it,
the double to examine into the circum- OGHI. T LEAST IN 1 E lea chord thou would' still fourther toucb,
4 the' cheme proposed t btho lomnunt: : ol the ped from the puDluArsenals: ompit.tfjy los Clt\lt.TV, NOT TO TAKE :

.tan"es of the case, will readily perceive, that t ( Convention scheme, which if acted on, the Held, aiiu that appropriation-..) i IH j.ad; : (,not Inw I temoti; P.tCI'.ErOPE: TIJEFKRIOII Oh try some test: tri! will! but break it.Tit .

q the inconsistency is in appearance only, nnd I would mvolvo th.> State in immediate discoid, for supplying fill duticiencicn in our iiiuaiiious OF THO.-iE WHO : ) XVIU..N EVERY ONE I r -

$ that having' been drawn before the public without ind! oxp'sse it to ulterior evils of incalculablemafinitude. of \vur. TlIK 11FOtGHT; AN-;t CLED IN j i lot ToA pedlar lately halted at !*
CAUSE .ALL HAVE JOINED THEIR CON- j! public! house in the and the landlady' -
being consulted, and indeed, against my I In addition to these volunteer diafii deem 1LM' OH .RIVS $ country, by
it behooved to vindicate the :: :; rcquie.t displayed nearly every artirle0his It
consent, toe WM. CUMMING, it SarA to recommend that thex.cutivo Moot
oe authorized and
truly afpt-tionatcl. did
Courso which I had pursued and the motives T. IIAYNES, to the service of thousand your friend, t I bark for her examination. Tins be
1 accept "
; by which I had been actuated. J. P. KING, 1 volunteers toni the otlitr divibiens ot: the I (:cheerliiily, oxpoctin:.: that a (large purchase
I :am, Sir, with much respect foi the opinions I D. A. REESE, :: Mate, to be organized and ranged i in U.... A Belgian journal !I would hp madi*. On enquiring what

which you avow, and the ability with which N. i. POWELL, >. and tingade.-: -, the ofiicrra to be selectedby giments anecdote The furnishes the f following : this lady would liko to l buy, she coolly replied
: duke Orlcanv, :
sustain them. A. CUTIIBEilT in making an : 41 Hoot, I cliniid want to huv ony thing, I mere-
you the t ..uder-1U-l"hict .
omlll thai this holc "
< inspection of
Yourob'tserv't, JOHN RAN DOLPH.. M. BROWN one of the hospitals of Paris \ ly v.intrd a .Mght' 0' them:' u Vm sorry ye'j'no
lorce be caiifd! '* TUB STATE &uUARDS." in
of Itoanoke. GIBSON TLARKE: recognised: one of the ward a oldier who ;, buy," said the pedlar, but never mll *
1 i hut of our claims on the General had "
greatly distinguished himself, whiskejr.
Napoleo halt"mu'tehkin best
0 ; ; : o
Government which was payable in arms, a- campaigns; My brave lellow voluntary
ADDRESS said his The stoup was tilled in: tanter, and a
1 mountm,; m value to forty-one thousand six Royal Highness, approaching and taking him u farrel' beside it the server. Tt.
Of committee of the Delegates who seceded I EXTRACT : placed Off
; a FROM THE 'MESSAGE: OF TIlE GOVERNOR hundred und tw nty-five dollars and eighty I by the h.1I1d.u I afltcruuiiping
hope to hear of : bk fire
-hortly b
pt-dlar kept
warming-him. a
assembled your
from tho Convention recently at ; ;
OF OL'TII-' AROLINA. cts., have been ie ,eived manna of various de- The JandJad'
recovery. country cannot tho services -. the cakes whil- the /
spare gratis '
.. !Ji11ed evillo. *FELLOW-CITIZENS !- The die has been I bcripiioni, but still otne appropiiatious; will he of....-," .J
FELLOW-CITIZENS OF GEORGIA.-We have: at last cast, and South Carolina has at Ifiiu'tb to My Lord interrupted the l r was allowed, in courtesy, to help hersclt !
d I nct.es.sary augment our supplies. Provisions veteran, when I was at Jaffa, sick of the female t 1S.ung.
plague some gossips to deep
t been aooointed to make an exposition of thflrntives appealed to her ulterior sovereignty! I should likewise I pretty
a a be
I I member fur mOllntiurr g the Emperor conde cp.lldt.(1---. .- in.'. f.ki..... .ri.../". hv tl........,. of the blue." Having drunk! Ins haaltb,she
and views of those delegates, who of this confeile acy, and has planted her- some of our heavy pieces of ordinance, and a hand : but he did not wear gloves.'* UJ : filled the glass and desired him to drink also..Va. .

separated themselves from the recent meeting self on her reserved rights.j fixed a .d annual be made for the up 0'
: appropriation U Dan :
aid 1 want
ot Milledgeville, styled a Convention. Circumstances j Th rightful l exer'-i. ol this power is not a artillery in Charleston and in other parts ot Rowland Hiir method of illustrating the I : 'na(, : the pedlar-allked, for a eight I Io't
prevent tho complete performance question which we MmII imy ;longer it the State=; their relative your yi
: argue according to expen- old proverb, that hort '
make and he took his leave.
: of that duty at the present moment. But, for is sufficient that she has xviilnd it, and that the I 863. friends. He had just concluded accounts: his long ao saying, : Seotchotfi. ]

; the purpose of counteracting mi Jepre -en n- act i is done ; nor is it strict compatibility with I have ordered the Quarter Master .enerul, when he said, II One word more Christian sermon, [ J

tion* that already begin to pervade the com our constitutional obligation. to all laws and the Arsenal my
Keeper Lharleston the brethren
latter i he next sabbath is our quarterly In noticing Ie The Token," the Boston I
munity, it i deemed. advmable immediately to the General Government, within the authorized an ncnced of
.. uxp officer / (
milleiy, to repair meeting : and there are many of you hero>to Courinrsays, the spIOndM external decorations*
: pn.went. 'a, summary statement, which nun. grants of power, to be dra n in question to this }place to atteirl in consultation, the day who may not be present therefore constitute a prominent feature in the worth'of (
-. hereafter if be more fully developed when this interposition i i.. exerted in u case in committees of ; you
: necessary your respective bodies, In reference .IIay aM well go into the vestry, and the volume. The binding wa executed b/ t
:. : [ i'he) general) grounds on which we acted ...hich th" compact has been p.ilpably, deliberately t to the condition of their several departments eney directly for though I may be able your to Mr. Charles A. Wells and the fact should be 1

: hive been concisely-exhibited in our Protest. und dangerously; violated. and would moreover recou.meo go on pretty well if you be not present known for his'cr dit. The over id embossed };

The! ( onventian invttrd by the ijesolutiun* at That it brings up a conjuncture of deep and that the President be requested to direct the selves, yet it is impossible I can get on at your-all, ': :Morocco, the design of which s ,mad* and' ,

I : Athon-, was a Convention of Delegates of tht (iiomentnoiirf interest, IB neithnr to be concealed removal of the United States troops now m if I dont have your monc y." engraved by C. Gobreeht, o( Philadelpbia.:

I people of Georgia. .In ntfcfi an a"*cmbly u- or denied.-This crisis i presents a das of garrison in the State citadel in Chirleslou, In the centre M a female riguru re-presenteda* J

lone, ,WR were authorized to act for our cum, liutici* which H referable to VOuf8clves.You which they now at the -' : anif'poraUBout ( '
conjoint the shell
I occupy mstani During canvass ofa Mr. Garnett among sailing on the oce:m in a ,
ir fttitunnu. We, mod, 'firml'believc, that ail h-tvi been commanded bv th'' people in their and rcqueht of the Mute mid City ;tu.horit.es, the electors of Jalford (Lng.) he and his Aineuca to //oluuibu, whose hip i4 seeD

the } together convened at Milledgevilte highest sovereignty, to take care that within aa the accommodations' of thut
c ,. Delegates : pot; are UIwIt friends called at a huckster's shop in which in the distinct: i'hu beatiliiul bordor t..prt-

4 were far from representing: a majouh o< the limits of this Stan- their will shall bftt: >beyu. wanted lor our arms and munitions.' I would \\tls only a bov. *ho, having;{ ienrru'd their bu- dents ilm .stn iSo' productions ()* -the j nit

kf the People of Georgia, We demand tbt1'L4 They htivo: aiincJ,You "vith, roqcWhe uuthority. aUo siigge&t that at'tei till: citadel i is thu.. n-iui- .4steS, went lo the toot( of the 'stairs, and called StateIt ii' .iliugeiher one o( the .nu t1t;',

:",?. tbe 1I. _authority of thooo ,vi'ho prcsentfDelegutetf ul- and 0:) Ihe wi-dqm( ; firmness, and fore- ued to the bt-.ie, and the pu.ilic Mtorrs oelmig (K I his Hltth.'r\\hn wU:. abovt *4 Mother, here: :, acid most wl!g'"t pe iinen3 of book binding 1

____4M : : _..a ) a ab
Oar" wishes*" were resisted, and. wgb (\ depend the trau
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I JL J cultivation. Those, loo who have made temporary T. the aDd : -- 4 < -.- .: >.. ".*,
labouring : '
c\ industrious dasses fer &om that '
I j city, dated October,1tjj *- 1 ,
} i.J .' ,d' j.00., '' l' S visits. to Tampa ,by water, have een but the inducements are still greater. -The wants savs ;- iug: the fcct.of his ftake, ootfifar dI'

: little l lA'rURDAY in its immediate vicinity to of life here sred he renpwed *
8ry are more easily supplied than The most his search for -
interesting articles the
m m favourable idea of its genaral fertility. From any other portion of the country. hith e German' Swiss Journals contained in his: pursuit whom he at length found.and ohjVrt of

iIo1tNING. DECEMBER I such persons accurate information could not be ble buildings are erected at little refer to lhe he ai' hr whom
15. of uIUr1P.rPd
very expense journeys t 1'-ex-Rfyal Family of Franct\- cuttinrjij throat. ft i i
expected nor is it that of them
; probable any because the mildne of the climate scarcely to the at althoulbh..se
cnLAnd tbat a ork *iil be shortly to had particular interest organization of the, Army of trated cnn cs.were perpe
u put any or object, in obtaining requires more than shelter from the sun and the Germanic Confederation in the presence of '
several l
pt! (rrn)the pen of CoL While,our delegate in Con- i any knowledge on the subject. Their observations rain. The warm and expensive clo which of the Duke Charles, and to the disappearance perpetrator was permitted to_ pe rions,.thQ':

jtled', Sketches of East & West Florida,& have been yng of Brunswick, escape.
$ slight-merely passing: is required against the rigid severities of a nor- on the 7th inst. from Orbe, in Switzerland. ,
fu ftia" containing history of the discover 4-seti1emtxt notices-and their remarks, probably not intended thern l.n'l ht.c..
I winter, and which to the is Accounts Roarer."
poor a heavy were received'at' -A Mormon
&the yesterday .
'f lhe >v'"r8 correspondence between thHo. preacher
Briu-b IJinistryand P >tire governors of the Floridas, I to convey any general impression. drawback on their industry, is here never re- tel l of Queen Donna Maria_ from Oporto, dated at Marietta, Ohio, has published a pamphlet-

. jL ffn the years 1753 and 1781, together with varipapers I Along the whole western sea-board of Florida quired. The period lot cultivation which i is I. the'2d inst. up to which the troops of Don Miguel in_ which h .announce that be ill the Cf et IaF
as far at least as horn
Appalachicola to there limited to a few months is here extended I had -
never before published, touching the history, not renewed their attack. Our
o tfldiLionP ItS and Taluc cf tlltrt: territories to the States tbe Southern Keys, the roast presents a forbidding to almost the whole year. The. forests aae high, Iherefr-re, that the reinforcements nished-f; RLNT.-That :; and well'fur-

aspect. The lands are low, marshy, never stript of their verdure and cattle two-story house situated Moo-
.40 \ :"01 will *be added an appendix, showing thetItl& on a proceeding from various quarters to join the 1 ,and now '

unJ value cf the agricuhurftl productions of the and generally unfit for cultivation, ard by reason -; thousand hills" unaided by the toils of man, Constitutional Army, will have arrived Esqr. For occupied the variOtU by Henry C. ofj

arid ftie Island of Cuba : of the Shoals which extend almost the' are furnished the bounties of Our the ere pri\"ate weUing. tavern and purposes
> by
cvet -Jus' cs] rcially how- nature. tyrant shall have again engaged in combat. being di stores. (the basement stQo.
ry ided
what jQI ton! of these arUcJrs] might be grown and[ whole distance there are but few points acces herds require no provision for their winter sup- In that case we look for a good account of lated, and from its local two! apartments) j it is well cacT

n, l'turcd in the territory Florida. sible to vessels, even of small draught of wa port. The finest beeves may at all seasons h him. ".te the "Centr41 B.\nk'of position Florida"; immediately !

ter. Tampa Bay affords the only harbour for be procured From the The of) the commercial and in the 3SH
range, and horses are British Parliament stands I part of the town, no situatiO 3
\\'t understand that General Adair of Ky., and not vessels of heavcy burthen, along the whole reared without the expense of either groom or. the llth of December but the prorogued to fen ill greater ada"las for buw'ne. The .subscribed
Hern the
Morning rent
Eaton, will be likely to succeed the present exe- coast from St. whole or a part as
Jr. : Joseph's Bay to Charlotte lIar stall until fit for the saddle or harnesss. aid a belief that may suit applicant
expresses it will be
Jjvcof this icrriiory, in case of his resignation, an I beur. This fact alone is of sufficient The Post reasscmbled M. G. WIKOF?.
importance of Derember
or it to 1.5h
village delioorate
Tampa, (as may: on the affairs of 1832.
which think Belgium __
however, we dojiot will take place ______ 174w
tttlt to claim attention and if the
; country it- hereafter be termed) is situated in the midst and Holland which has : --
1:1 to" will go on a Foreign Mission take now certainly come to
,\Ir. or elf be desirable IffetfMfe POUNDS OF 1
must ene day or other afford I of an ancient and Aij TALLOW
shady of a crisis. The '
of the Post Office Department. grove evergreenoaks Liverpool Journal of the 20th W W be purchased by the
irgt a market and depot, for extensive agricultural I at tho head of the eastern arm of the says, ** Things on the continent arc f for which cash and a generous price wilt subscriber
drawing to be
paid if d
OorclJ friend, Dr. Gibson is busily engaged in cntriitcnWs and mercantile transactions. bay, and commands a water view of more than a crish, which must cvwntuate in an Europeanwar hrcred by the first day of March next.
the pen pIe' **? the' y. S. on-the subject of The soil in the immediate vicinity of this: 15 miles. As a site for a town it stands indisputably or a permanent tJ.G.&N.HAMLEN..

\1I1titicatwn" and seems disposed to nullify the Prcsi.dtnthis place, as has been above stated is poor ; with unrivalled in the South. A more I From Ireland there peace.is nothing but Magno'ia, December 15th 1832. jJtf

e tlic advisers rejit "Globe", the organs lsclf-our that support readers him have, inclu.prob- some exceptions, however, of shelly mixture, inviting spot, or a more delightful climate, can o violence, and of its cause-the enforcemenl accounts: PUBLIC! offered SALE OF LAND & TOWN LOTS_.4

,by j !not rcouen his brief but comprehensive expo- wi II adapted for gardening, and which yield abundantly i no where be found. t pen to a broad expansive of the tithe claims. :Jstd.tyof December at 1832 public in auction on Monday the

citioA of'the subject while! editor of the Courier-"lias during the whole year, almost every : bay, it is refreshed during the summer ; The LondonHerald of the 20th Jefferson county, Florida, about, the 700 town of Monricello.
.SI.11t a rilll.to! nullify an act Congress? Wt thinkThis L variety of garden vegetables. TV'ithout thesefavouraolo heats the says VTt land, Iyin and acres of valuable
m i in1I could by cooling & invigorating sea-breeze As Ubual, in the absence of official informa- aJj.lI1jn said town,-also 66 town Iota

If'.51.?|sd ta tec that we Dr. has ever recovered ret out the of use him-ot WeT Jus exceotion-n -(_ _.___,. .hnu'wt"r._ _. ,_ trie...* f..irl'nm......_ -the air is elastic and entirely free from marshy I linn numerous reports have been of srtnatcd: 80 in said U.WD. The land will be offered in tracts
industriously acres each
: tuc atmosphere of Washington Hear hi:1.! stance of its barrenness affords an advantage exhalations or noxious miasma of any de circulated, both in the city and the Stock-) the day of sale and the the above terms will be made known oo
1. in i upoi land and
trt' these sentiments in direct the selection ot'a site for a populous town scription. It is therefore by virtue of lots will be BOW
not positiveeontrariicion ontirely exempt from Exchange, relative t I the state of affairs in a p1"\ 1" of attorney from Lawrence Hill.

to the whole tenor of the articles which cannot be too highly appreciated in a any, and all the diseases incident to a southernlattitude. Holland, and th.- line of policy which the Gov The titles are clear and indisputable and will be shown

liD? th- Cione\ and its affiliated presses, for the outhern lattitude.-this is i its total exemption l ernment of the country really intends on the day of sale. TURBUTT R. BETTON,
, Has from the usual cause of sickness in such situ pursue WHENCE P. HILL.
mcmtb-s not civil "
I jast t 12 : war, dist ations. During the eight years past, some periods ; but as sufficient limo has not yet elapsed I, _Deeemb._ 15th 1S3?. 17tda.T .
: Iiflj" *'trtMon' been the constant of whirh they must be ,
outcry the population, including the considered as wintini authenti- '
; result of the determination But, at a distance of from 12 to 15 miles in i troops : KEN up by Exum Drake a dun
t C :Irc'ssuy amounted city. We also .
between continue
s to three and four hundred, v ithout further Mired Stcar
rf the *:)t1l1! not to submit to the tariff laws I the interior, an important change is observedin cf which accounts from any a 0:1 his with some white
lost was from the northern states Oporto that be relivd right shoulder-branded S
i the }, may upon I; : mark-
one of tho political of the quality of the lands ; the soil is good- : it i has with
not Gov-
Has organ not a death has occurred from f jver or from however been reported at Lloyd's thai a split and underbit in the left
the Baltimore based in some places} on city at the depth of ,*r, and underbit in the .
( the
Kepulican within
imment ,) Aiijjuelile bad right---foUJif
with the
any cause climate or Ioc :t- army retreated from before dined
12 15 at eight dollars.
flcek denounced the to inches doep-and in others, forming
Ihsla t two Senator- of tion. The Oporto in order
, the to into
orange, lime the plantain an: go winter CHARLESC.HAVIS
". quarters.- )
Snuta'ajolina, 1e.- srs. Hayne and Miller largo, rich, hummocks, of heavey growth The "
as of timber banana, are already in successful cutivation; filigiiMlite squadron entered Vigo Bay on WILEY SCARBER, >.1pyra .
jebU it Zinslthe! Government, who "ought not consisting of the different des:.rip-[ and yield as delicious fruit as is produced I in tin 29tb September. Sartoriou.s entered JOHNSCARBER. )
to le ;jWmitled tl) act as legislators 1" And of oak. intersper-ed occasionally with Havana. The waters of the bay. atT nN i IH I 3d of October, and was blockading themit Appraisers Territory sworn of Florida before, Lean coun'y.-4 District.
hickory and me,
ntlia. These
mihiatbt- >:nic period another the Loui.viIegruer ma with occasional .
( both
fish in the mouths of the In
greatest variety and.lIhndan.'e, bay. the morning it JOHN HA
t ) tell- us, 4i that, while recently at intervals of excellent pine grazing lauds. green turtle, and oysters of the finest description wi reported that the aho, a steamer in the Justice of l/n Pt.Jctjor the county ajaresaid;VIS' ,
:, be (the President extend east to the distance of 50 or 60 miles A true copy from the originlucst
f bceunitag ,
; !proclaimed ; and wild fovvl 1, venison and other eri-pio of Don Pedro, had been burnt, oil [,\
! jiii -south, as far as the waters of Charlotte Har gam" ] D. M'R ENY
deicriiiuiation[ : to pUiiisb the leaders of the Blackball ,C.L. c.c.
in of their J to the water'.s
are sea.onsen
hour some varieties, at all edge ; but it appears December .15th '1832.
put.1; ltn .outh arolina,) should they proceed Bay, and north and wet to a chain i of t i1y procured. she had received very little damage. 1' 178w -

hml-t (lie: Jaws and rebel against the authority pine ridges, over *xhich runs the military road.' from ICpuate 'MERICAN MENAGERIEOFWILDBEASTa'aw
Under the. various accounts Madrid that Ferdi- ill be
of itie tiejiurai Government. Westwardly of this road and at distance of t e considerations of the say exhibited in Tallahassee for five days on/
j Yet in de- a nand is #
; better ind tint he has !:i Tuesday,
it .succeeded ill WcJnesday
about subject, cannot be doubted, thai the removalof Thursday Friday 4- Satur-
of ail thi, ihi Editor of the Globe I or 30 miles from Tampa, -eminence: tliy the lath
tpite boldly : the Indians would be followed by tjfttiug rid of obnoxious Ministers) and has: I9th, 20th, 21st and 22d of December
makes the declaration above Can the object large hammocks. The.-e hammocks embracethe : a Iar.jpemiiiration determined nncccd with an excellent BAND OF MUSIC.

be to deceive South Carolina, and lull her into most valuable lands, probably of any in the to a country yielding! on :such sanction [ upon asse.uhlin! ;; tho Cones, to The Proprietors take this opporr mity toO invite the
cheap and terms all lhe comforts and daughters succession to the lhonc public to visit their 3Icna erie, feel
and their easy : a degree of confi
G false security that be fatal her produce- they come of
may to cause i luxuries of life-and J ; palll. dence! that it contains the most
\ hue and valuable rare gjgantw, and beau
Should this l>e the case, It will nol succeed. into ( ulti\:1ton-tnu-t: find its way to market, new tiful collection! of LIVING ANIMALS "* '
through the watets of [ products of agriculture would add to private S.\P.LI 1)1 RO 11X'lanift.sto } \. h''f'l1 exhibitel'i in this has ev
Candor Tampa Bay to which ace and
compels us to acknowledge, that :: p ; they assure their
for the wealth and nationd prosperity, a arm oj the August Mlted Courts.Grcriai vistc s that attention shall 00
there is i one rotate of circumstances in whichthe tno observation of the Globe ot boat navigation. The largest of these of slrcnglh and defuncu would thereby! bc !\'- >. ,-Yor destiny ioj fulh'Hcd. The the thf! arce:1h! j which is (mill 1 t o'clock, itt
ue true.- afternoon to 5 o'clock.
More mature reflection may have may produced in hammocks contains about 80,000 acres, which: on to a portion* of unprotected country, open.: Courts of Franco, England, and Russia, a: tie: f.Ihwinz- Amnng the collection arc

is stated j in '-:--' of war tf) vorv '-i--nff; f',* \. **. the instance o? the Greek nation his f'1T)1Am
lhe minds of ibr President .and his adviser.-. by respectable indn'iduals'ho have: _ __ __ __ ___ I Iii : cho.son 1. rTrrTrnrTr. .OD TTTELEPHANT '-
_ _ _. _ Il vuu ? Soverei'n'I. .. '.h"i..- I'-ILn..o.-_.;,- _n'Vj.l -- ------ '. ,\ .. .1
explored it, to DC inferior tno '- -- -- '- -iCUIUU,
more enlarged \ieus of the rights of the States; to none in It rn- V- U.ellJ-

the doctrine of nullification, when approachi tor).- '')It.E til' I (';14t0U5 as it u\i 'rested, Ins contributed

ha animation, may not seem so inconsistent ig- The whole of the country here described! to the independent of Greece, the choice ,

with the piiiiciplcs of our Con>litulion as is so situated as to be dependent on this place 'Vo.Vrirl'a.. h J'.v nil oL'a ..i.-rct. (thehave made wiii consolidate: it under the TARTAR The y.wn the Hunting that Elephant! : has TIAIOUR THE
sec.ptrc of youn-'CaL been
Otho ever
it \ ." once thought by tlu-rn to he ; and a con- for a market and shipping poit and is of sufficient Our newsselloner Journal of Commercecame Greece has of Uavaria. to this country-aUUjith! so young his performance imported i.j

n.u'.j: iitcir! :; minus. .hat nullification docs not extent and fertility lor the support of n up at haU-pa-t: four o'clock this now become a kingdom ; she oqtnl if not superior t., the great elcpltintSianmwbih

ana) oiht, not, necessarily, to involve the Male large commercial town. with the important verbal morning has now becoaso allied to emu of the! mot ancient dif vv. such! raw led houses at the northern ihetrc32. -
brought ROYAL
by and
iHu UOJ1
1tf OF
of the AI'lUC.'Ine
and Ocnerai Governmenl But the quality of tho lands tho oU3 reigning funnies tf
in collision with exert. convenience Capt. Fnirt-ci oi" the Montevideo l xvho left of tho fines that has ewr bet-u offered t."thc

>n of: physical fmc, may jtistity the dccla- of market, and the t facilities afforded by Cadiz 2';'>d of Oct.. that tho utire fl'jot of Donhad I hri Europe-to a family which urcored; her in 3. THE SPOTTED OR BRAZILIAN public.TIGER.
lJ,1 made one HI i the fir.- harbours in i>lru go! -wiu,'h aided her in her mis This animal i id considered
in of
the v21ooc, that It is not apj j the .southern country 1\Iiui. ) urrenderc.'l to that of Dun Pedro. t fortune, and encouraged; her cics. one the finest of the ?vci
--- in
i\ prcnenaea {v\e :r.surnc hy Inc .XCI'ut'C) mat are lur from being all the advantages: and Our p-ovious accounts left the fleet of Don I I her <-er.lion. The the' moment of -. THE NINE BANDED ARMADILLA.
MJ f-sistani evill be made, byjorcc to thu inducements which the Tampa Bay country Miguel at Vigo, whew it put in Oct. 3d. under not iving 't Greece will 1 5: MALE: : AND FEMALE KONGAROO'S.Vriroiai -
. delay :iiirthe-nin */
8dl! iJl: tratiun of the Jaws.TJVe sincerely offers to the enterprising emigrant. The mildness the t prince of making repairs, but had been h i ui to the nation. Ht the li..k wnich binds: :. Tho '* aninitls arc ce-'iainly! the great.
hOle atthis and salubrity of thcdimato-i's > comes with the hopeof eot curiosity ever ottered to the public :
1 may be the case ; and should it adaptationto received coldly and ordered lo peitorm a viewing
beini thcm
ah! Uj
quarantine :; to obtain a more extended : p.u may obsrvc the Orbpsu1I the Rahit
so,although we could not view it in the in- tropical productions as well as to these of of S days, the admiral's "remonstrance a.s uoil as froiilim atJ P.nv I. aU e.xiotin; in the ( na a'1imaJ. Dde._

tiJiou: : light Jf the N our own country, incitements the great pecuniary resources. 6. THE HYENA
auun.rl Gazette, as a present ne.v to to contrary notwith landing i'ii" statement i'1Lcstire the OF ETHJOPIA is cOn5id rct
"capitulation industry, and additional facilities the- most powerful aids for the advancement i nne of the! most ferocious of the : **
to iiuilificatiuii to of animal
',.' yet we -houlcl acquirement i Capt. Farren i is, that on the morning; of : species. HisI'ians
bail It Ji M inal of wealth. The ; tney are the ele- t speaking of this animal, asserts that it wif
a inuiiiph of truth and red. OIl, variety :.of soil he left Cadiz, a Spanish brig arrived there! from, intriits ul a wiovermnenl follow an army for the sake '
: tw party sjintand which the country presents, and which in colder Vigo thc of and a good mmli(11 will fct-ainj on human tied
parly pri.ju.iico.TO Captain which stated that in order 1 y organization; {; they visit grace ynrJ", dig-up the! o.Jies and consume
(lattitudes would have considerable portion.' to maintain the of consequent a guarantor the flesh, in fact it is impossible "
'' } I neutrality! their; port, the for the and t> give an Idea cf..
TilL .ViTORi.F TH. FLO.klDfU: of waste lands would be here, oi.lv productive authorities; of Vigu iia.l! deemed it to I I I peace happiness ot! the naw coun- fhe 3nvit!:;.li.-.positi.in: of th: anitnil. '
j I
, I-I proper : tn' 7. A FULL
ovien-s 13 ,ourM, ('.- o< ,|h.. week before last of greater variety of cultivation. Plants introduced that the flc-el GROWN CA.MCL OF AFRICA.
r:: ::* -f'Mnu.jon: that III the r. ainiti'iii lioTcriior( require should leave their port or I Grecians,-Show us that s'ich indeed pised to be the same, on -uhlch Mrs. BSADLE
lIfl3,1; 'AaslucJilv: ;projablc: that Mr. .John; II. fc.au.n tropical regions,may be successfully be dismantled. I'he admiral preferred the lat- : your B-entiinents-shoxvyour are >r--ssed the desert of Arabia, i it !being imp-orteJ a short
IOUbc? aj' 'i- jrj cultivated on the descriptions oflands ler, and the gratitude to your !'ime: afterwards. The Arab who
:succeed him. \ our rl.lII.rk in poorer during night put to sea, but came I rme over with it*
.Ihttk 'ai'tr on the! with great advant and iicu-Mnereign- -ranife Jour.jHlvt'3 as faithfuls.uDJt'cts rirps an account of its being the .same aniraaL
&ane buLj'ct induces mt" age profit. Those I in contait with the fleel of Don Pedro underAdmiral
trouhlt y null ihts-c few lil1f" round hi- throne! -contribute. Aii.a. a nuiiilwr .uiiior Inm.O:
;In for described Dr. by n-imor&iU to
sneaKing by natives of Yucatan Sarlonus your
IC my- as which off the .
M one t-f lire lay port. An I devotion i"ion. Together with DAXisV-JACK
rteople of Florid.t 1 dj wish in oblniniujj a solid the semi
not to constit-itiun
k tr3 mmyc.ttitons and which; are of such great value as articles action ensued, which resulted in ; and q ez.D: '-v .ol'rgracee:1s & '
into the Icclmg of others, uui: as one a complete I he double! [ble-.sm3 of e fron '7.c'Laaies : lalarr'stnb
dCCareita.: according to llie belief hich I have, of manufacture, would find here, both victory by Sartorius, and both squadrons! were tranquility, for pea., xvithout and :lll' : )!bi., _
orcu'YH.taiHC climate re-pt'ct th ? Ir *, and order nd gentlemen wishing to visit
would and soil the
tend so much to trunquilize the adapted to their cultivution.Among seen steering for Oporto in Menagerie
? of company. xuiliiii TbU will be the may -preb-nd no danger thi
Florida as animals
j Mpyue as the event predict. I IK- tho most only nnvard t for what are well se#
you important of these is The
.that there' l8 "ot a man *n the who \uh Agave I report was generally credited in Cadiz I the three Courts h.ive done in cured,and every attention will be paid M persons visit* -
tt5.t"11 tile p"Jilic.d terniory Sisalana or Sisal Hemp. The introduction of and received with the ,. .your favor. j'1! h exhibition. A M'kvl h'1n., n" .onna..... ,'AL.
nue rity or of John Ii. apparent pleasure by in- -- -- '-- --' 'J' UUIP'\Utj
purity .
:Oflandal -. him this alone if the ( igned) the; ili'najjerie. For particulars .
\;( klJOW in plant above respectable authority habitants. sc large bilk _
the personally can hpcak
:gLtst .I .U.LF.\"R.\NlJ PA The! Proprietors hav reduced tie! .
terms of hIs be HRSTON, price admittance
llr'att worth. n is l be The of
for entirely may upon-would a source squadron Don Miuuel! consisted of from Ii tto
twenty-five in
the LIEVEN cents, order that
kualifitd alt
uffir.e MATL'SZEU-IC.
: and eouiiig, ns he would, with I of wealth of more rapid and lhe Dun Juan VI. of embrace this person
"'UPPt of the administration, and uncon- easy acquisition, 80 guns and 778 men, Published at Napalm,, .Aug. 30: 1832. may opportunity of viewing, and seeing
JIecLed 1I"th: oJr local l : than any which has been introduced into Princess Royal frigate of 60 and the feats, of a fine e..lleClOn of animals.
pirlie any 4e 0
to we might have a fair right guns >
?,.'bAtflr"pcct an impm-ai! :.tscharpe of-Ins duties. The( !! part of our country and if, agreeable to Hun- men, Cybele sloop of war, 26 guns and 234 LETTER FROM HIS M vJE.S IT THE Mechanical Also, a splendid Organ. COSMORAMA Dec. together with p.

Ir Ea, <'tl>er reason wny I would hail the ( : bolt's authority, it has become wild since men, Isabelle 24 guns and 199 men, brig Fego KING OF UAVAIUA TO THE i GREEK I5ih 1632. ,17tf,

NJeeing that-! !ifi-tr'n as governor of Florida. It .om-I the 16th century, throughout all the South of 20 gun' and 151 men, brig Audaciou* 10 .N.ESATE.GentlelUe. : .: FOR SALE OR KENT.-A house and
without Q-iY.
II I do the territory, and ; guns ,-I received ; ; also will be sold Io i, the course Europe, the Canary Islands and the coat of and 144 men. Total 218 1906 with tho greatest ; 11 cash qt.
U our principal public men have taken. guns, men. the ;ijiMr;"ved credit, a ,i, and harness and .
pleasure address ,
dCrldedly 1)1 fa\'oul' of abroad Africa it sufficiently the )r't. .* decided which you express the and ftcarryitt
tem.r, eoiijjr for the next supports ONE DAY LA TEll FROM ENGLAND.At sentiments harness;apply at this office.:
Lt / opinion, that all the valuable species of r of your nation with regard to the Ith :vee, December loth I 32. I7tf
i ;'ll F3'e Mr. .>uon as our next and 3 a still later hour this morning our news- ele. tion of well ocloied I _
1&tk of rcfonnwi11 governor, the same genus, may h( i.ucct'ssiiiUy l cultivated my SOD, Prince Olho : \s N'/riCK.-Allthosf ind bt.tI
t be commenced in Florida-our schooner Evening Edition from of Bavaria L to the lati
came the to the throne of
Southern up the firm of
'illl'l are abomina'JIt' in our Statr.s.nd the fact connlry of Taylor and Klein either
would be remodelled and j by note or
Ajnx. ncf
tII..Dt.an Ull.III.A"u.t_a_ "iiSTiould, rictx- the Eubirct: of eumI I that it it Jo: cimrtcaliiili.. cu1ti\'ated; _in;n flioilo n__ _IAr.,_. ship. Captain Ifiern, which was boardedthirtti.c Miiliudes and Pericles. I annrprmfR- u_ .in.. thpir.._. j oiunt, will nuk payment, of the same, by the first or

-- u M atu- hilg''m. (:IuittuJdL. i plains of Yucatan," sho-\s clearly enou miles out-side the Hook, with Liverpool true value the genenJ vows Hi"a people whom January (as no longer indulgence will be given) to

papors to Oct. 22d, and London misibrtiuic ha. tau hl their J.W.KLEIN.
lo Oct. 21st.LONDON. business
Tcnpa From the Globe. bo adapted to it. growth. If the statement ot I recognise in the steps taken..l hy their represenlaliyes of siid firm. St. Marks, Dec. 15th 1332. 17tf'r

) flayulorula.The of a Dr. Perrian Oct. 21.-Confi'/ue success the will of thc MOST HIGH, who
ifloLl F the prospect may bts relied upon, and from the oj in I 'SALE LOW .FOR CASH.-50
1U tject t which Indians from East Florida. is a great attention he has devoted the subject, Don Pt'dro.-Pri\3te accounts have been received his mercy, has designed to put a period to the qaah'ty of cotton bagging, pieces first

\ atd Icifement among other matters of inteiest and the respectability of his cuaracter, il. cannot from Madrid, slating that a continued ills of Greece l'be will of DIVINE PROVI, 20 C->ih bale rope. Just received by sloopCvbd,

Dhe( will'naturally direct attention bo doubted, ihis branch agriculture would attack was made on Oporto on the 29th and DINCEViii yt I length be accomplished. A Dec. 15th 1832. 17t( J..\\ KLGIN.WJ .

e leems country about to 'be vacated. As but bei'oino immensely valuable. Agreeably lo 30th Sept. and Isl Oct. The Migudites were Prince of my blood appears to be destined to )TICEL-Six weeks after date I will apply to thd

.Icceptabe to be known on this subject, it may his statement 301 plants may bo raised to the obliged to abandon their outposts and have retreated bring peace and happiness to Greece Equal 1 for letters honourable of the county Court of Gadsden county,
to those who 5 leagues from ly with yourrelves, 1 thank Goo administration on the estate of Thomaa
desir Opurto. for
aro of this
ting from u.: acre, which he estimates to produce seven anda great: Delphy dec'd. SAMUEL M'MURTREY. .

"hat colder to warmer climntcs, to half pounds each, giving an annual productof The xVliguclilo squadron entered Vigo Bay blessing. Your new King will soon be amongst December 15th 1832. 17tt'A

Inducements this of on the 29th Sept. Sartorius arrived off you- his arrival Greece will be .
Iiy tcrri"r
ofi'trs for Parl our 3061 pounds. This at the minimum priceof Vigo preceded by SWEEP STAKE, free fur all horses
their cons'deration. A residence on the 3d Oct., and was blockading them the mei; chosen by myself and who .lJl of all age
tmpa .Nc'f'- ork quotations (says $200 per. ton) at ,.during carry ingpne hundred pounds,is open on Saturday
more than both-mouths of the Bay. his min: :>iity, will form Council next the 22d inst.
lance two years, and an ac* jives a result of $270,75 to the acre-and : a of Regency. ; one mile heats, entrance $250-ttf

, "Icjjy,hare ihh all thl oldest settlers in that from the little labour employed in its cultivation LONDON, Oct. 21.-Advices have been ''buy t.. well as my son, are filled wih; the 28th be run inst.for-over Three the Tallahassee course on Friday the
rt tOlerably enabled the writer of this, to co'-' it i is evident, that a greater number of,acres received from Bordeaux, of the 14th instant, entiment8 with which my heart beats for the THOMAS necessary BROWN to make S a .

ttti'' and It Collect information: on the sul>- could he cultivated to the hand, than of stating that on the 10th the iVligulite *rmy hei i i happiness 1'.. of your country._ i -December 15th 1832. mrv.,-19'._*.

ahould IS more desirable that such in for. cotton, sugar cane or corn This being the fore Oporto had retreated five leagues ((15 unve mm your conuuencc- nysoaomgyou -- L _
Storage $ Commission
. $ nce that he made Pubhc, from the cir-, case, whoever will take the trouble to make miles) to Penafiel. will ensure yourselves the happy result .'.hich Buss'mess.'

1 entrained erroneous impressions arc gent fair proportional. estimates, will find that afier: The capture of Don Miguel's squadron, his presence amongst' you must produce.

b of the soil and character of making the mont liberal allowances and deduc- announced verbally by the master of a vessel This result ought to be the object and the aim ; Iii. WIlM'i

. (ort;r1 The errorS that have I bus gained tions of an'exotic, in no other branch of agriculture from Cadiz, has so far the air of probability, of all good citizens. .

: Wvm 1rnPrcss ons, trhich trnw.cl- caa,labour and capital l be half as that we previously knew it had been chased I pray, Gentlemen of the Senate, that GOD ; -.t'.u umtCribers are' now
profitably .
t Ii t? rJ naturally rec(-lved. from passing employed. into Vigo by Satorius, and was there watched may keep you under his holy protection. .il commodious Ware-House, with erecting a Patent 4 luge Cotton and

4 Q tht S COuntry from TamPa by him at the latest dates. It will if (Signed) LOUIS. Press for the pir.poce packing cottoiVan d
Qhl northwardly, If then, i it! be conceded,that in -addition to true, go skins;'and ,

, ,.lrii 7 place.foad-the only public ono lead- the culture of important staple.*, Sea Island far determine the struggle in Portugal l favourof Munich, the 22d July 1832. compressing tion in a short Cotton time. for They shipment are ,now it'whll be in:'opera*, .

a iUv The course of th road I Don Pedro. chase Cotton or make liberal ready to put
selected and other cotlon., sUgar cane, tr.acco, advances on Cotton-st
:. Over the :highest tand. t fe" : &e. (for which a large portion of our lands are: LATEST FROM ENGLAND. JHurders.- paper published red with them for shipment portintheU.U. S.A.
in Edculon N. C. Their for
.htts PUrpose of istcs that charge
oil ( storage ccnti bale
obviating the darncul. I burday' a by,thebeo-
the CCUrencc of well adapted) these and other valuable plant*I By the at rival Philadelphia of the ship I evening previous, a man in heatie -'n, which they do not exact if they become the
low I
: fJD.6 tllSbt-8, wet' grounds; may be successfully cultivated, 'no part of ourcountry Carroll of Carrolltor,, Cnpt. Bird, the United having becorqe"offended with another resoh'-u county r.ln$. rs. Thy.have a number of first rate vesatben'Pur.*
its !
. o:1 iT prcJnted; to construction. can bold out greater, inducements for States Gazette has London und'crpool. to take! his life( but I 'i-tsd tcifrcUtitfor them to New Orleans,, NeW-York
Ie : t'ly? whole course pa- ; ou the prosecution: of hu= tind Charlwion,and they wilJ enaito *
I presents to the the Jiirudliiienl of agricultural l capital.' p'cr.i.to the 2Ch of October erry freiffht
tar'Hp-r ._ ; two days later mel with mofended 10 those pjaws as low
cfpitlt lillle) chit but a coutioua- ___ I purpose itn per.-mi; >hi :n as any res s.lI .the, tfadA
lan UU1 for geoen rhiifodu'cMfinnwl bya rwpccta'jltt, )1'aui:! than our news of Monday.There he 'mistook for his viQi'.m, apd.whom he'-s- and no charge wiil be made for lightering ..of.CptwaUshippedbyrthenv -'' .
ytrposcs of ,1 CiivUuuubowatiaeUcc. .' w nothing' from Paris ; apniv3tb'let- .oulted and'beat fio that he di fUpOO learn- 1nplii2 0; t'J l ?;J. 0. &-lfj IJ4HJ'rfl-.- lbsl*.'. .


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k DXECU'1{ ORS.-By virtue and in execution of the CI U.b1' received per. brig Good Return from Baltimore .- 'i.I -- -----

.last will and testament of;Jonathan Thomas<> LOOK

'uafo-iJ-1 shall expose to public Bale, before the court- 32 Boxes, half boxes, and qr.boxes, bunch raisings, AT 1'

house or in Quincy, on Saturday the 8th day of December 10 Kegs, and half keg*. do. P.t *U. Runs' ( .__! .

next at I 12 o' lock A. M.-"a tract or quarter 15 Jars, and half jars grapes, e arrivals fr ''!, jl' "* '1 I I
section of land, being the north west quarter of section 4 Boxes fire crackers, & ilrge supply OfJri- ; .w"k anrl & it
one, in township two-north of range four, west. 500 Cocoa nuts, filberts, palm jEts, cigars &c. lur cash, or PI"\ "r..dir.; 4c., 1'J'id. will be.IDJr ,
This land is situated within a mile of the flourishing All of which is offered cheap TOT cash. sloHlI1&al17IY' di 'nTTt Lti

tillage of Quinty.and is of'generalood .uaIity.Mr. .- Dec. 8, 1832. 16tf. R.K.WEST. = IA an cises 6: :t'JI ... icen their fDarrtnltd 1(1JOf/-.J

Jcaae. Jernigan who lives on the premises, will = li'f4dDTY to lii i'rckaser.tmong fUl iI-il fiat tJItin, _
chow the land who wish A1ORE 1fEW GOODS. .
to any one may to purchase.A Che 3 rtidu re tind i now '
A liberal credit will be given -further terms made TCRE-nhichix IDa T
1 known of sale. A MONO the of rellreStnfd ty Ihe I'rOPrkle
on day great variety goods received in this *AFE AKD trrtCTOALAGtfE.

BANKS MEACHAM, Ex'tor. -rSLCity, this season, and winch are offered low for MADE' and hoiu \\ !holer ale uiid Re REMEDy FOR E. THe PIC 4

I Oadsdcn county November Cth 1832. 126w cash, there will be found, at the new store of the subscriber lIerstort.concerne.t tlLihtsse..Ot"toJw r 3Ott. B. PER KISt
Frederick county, Md. by 12.
N J. 3 Exchange-street a choice lot of
in the Paten with Dr Judkmg.
POSTPONED until Saturday 15th inst. Cloths and Cassimcrs, a part of which they will men- IT A2 D. A valuable tract of l'\nd
.a above Ointment is offered the i.
ion. .4 The to public as a JLJ sale, containing 720 1 OlAf:J1d
Dec. 8th 1932. aerts-either q
162w. .*atf| and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, suit In
to purchasers anbobG
Super blue, crape Finished Broad Cloths ; said tract is

NEWGOODS.JOSEPHliADD. do. Velvet do. INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can some of which have no long baffled the skill of medical .tont cello, in Jefferson county, Flurid.1 lag 1

t Patent finished (Westof England) Black do. the most favorable terms, on appli- science. there is about 50 acres cleared and n JQ
do. fine Olive, do do do. action the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insu- 1st White Swellingaof every description. by Dr. HtJltj on the! part near the occupied at

do Cinamon Brown, do. rance company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers long standing. mg to purchase will please to town Perso "

Et : rl"cl1ul JH'r. schooner Daniel ll'ebstei, Bottle Green, do. the fair Cash value of the property must be 3d i Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularly apply II) the undersigned, who examineh will t, Q4
:Hjust i'e
t J '-
t rill, English anJ domestic Dry-Goods, IarJtr, La vernier Drab,, and Dove colored Cassimers of the representation, and the good t moral terminate in ulcerated eanc rs. est on the purchase money. If by"no b tr
not dis ,
m 4-c. vc which with tis former stock will be sold cheap A variety silk Yeslings, (new patterns.) character of the applicant. The solvency ofthc f:! rand 4th Felons or wHat some people know by the name short time, .a small portion of said landaT 18* >;

i for casfJ Flag handkerchiefs, Pungec do. its fairness and punctuality may be confd I'" relied of Catarrhs, of every description.5th town, will be laid off into lots corre 1' '?!1ht I

1t Cattt md the highest market price paid fo' Cotton. White and fancy cravats, on. E. ll. PElt. Kheuniatic Pains of thejoints. saiJ town, and.sold on the nr7t day of pondin. ** *-

Magnolia December 8th 1832. 16if 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen shirts, Tallahassee. ... 22. IS31. 27tf 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or in apply t*. BET-i'OX

4 do do Bosoms whate\er putt situate. Tallahassee I October 30th 18.12 4- E110a
ElU1 twSTUKUL.have .
A. DMIMSTKATOU'S SALE.-Will be sold, b\' Gentlemens' silk & Merino Ir iatriy rertiv. 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this complaint the pa- J
_L the subscriber on Saturday the 15th inst. to the half hose, have on hand at their stores atTallahctssi.t ..nobt. the L'ft
l do Cotton and do tient, in applying the Ointment must keep part LfA .LT? v." l\-HIP.-1'he',
Angola :' arks the following articles merchandise
bidder the the I been
hi highest property belonging to estate (:f out of wafer* appointed t.c! Gebsc
Silk and silk Velvet Stocks latest fashions.In Pieces I a-cntnf
125 Cotton
George Humphries deceased, consisling of a variety of addition to the above offer Bagging, 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.It Lafayette, to dispose of ha lam's in Florib
they a splendid assor- bU Coils Bale is
I household ai\d kifhtn furniture. of made Rope, i is also one of the best remedies for Barns and trf receive proposals for the purchase of l'eady
cI A cml of six months will be given on all sums !nent Ready the work and Clothing materials, manufactcdin the Jatestst'le 200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, Scald.It cases the pain and draws the fire out in a not less than: one section, of the general's !:""
which they war- SOOU Ibs.Bacon bides i and Hams to
f over five d liars-Bond and security will be required.Dec.8ih short time. land. About 5000 acres in the ,
: l ,32. iGlwfl! JOHNSON, Adm'tor. rantto be genuine.--Contesting of super blue, black 30 brls. Mess,and Prime Pork, For Inflamed Women's Brea.-ts and Glandular, the township, is resened from sale ulu Theq III nero
brown Cinamon and Olive
Coats, do Frocks, 50 Kegs Leaf Lard!,
FOR NEW-YORK. do Pants, &c. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk ditto 30 Monongahcla and common \Vhiskc} Swellings: it is superior to any iredicine yet known to in sale annual will be instalments cash, or one fourth in C'sbanJthe| ='bt
the medical It is much safer than mercurialof satisfactorily .118
Valencia and Marseilles, nil of \\uieh they will sell 5 L rls. Baltimore Gin faculty tieeund 1fith
IE Hii and 1 fisl sailin lJck.l the of
fjl : .in 'I ;) of that material) because does tcrest on amount each
ow fur cash. R. B. & any prepartion chin.r
J. B. BULL frOfAth
_M_ scLooiter Daniel Webster will meet with November 22d 1S32. Jamaica and New-Orleans Rum, not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to (. sale.-This township of land adS ? r
Utf1ST brls. "
10 Molasses lllft iltt .
: -- -!>patch f.r freight ur passage, having *n.notations -! colli.I lallalu sst-e ; and, in reference to locality '

p.. 'I' *. apply to ihe master on banl. ABATED 20 brls. Superfine Flour, I This Ointment has cured sore of many years stand- ness: of climate, fertility and adaption of, health fUib
40 hits l Mackerel "os. and 3 soil t
or .\ JO' EPll LADE : ing. Where it is iiipuu I"'n"lta TJeceml Silt 1332. 16f: 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Allum Salt, '' of land in the Plii )!1 ir .
: r cyD qCD\t W UnnYl O a Q Which together with a general assortment of Groceries external sore, in eOIStIU' .c of the bone becoming township 'fcrnit.ryot

I 0 (.... li.!., l.I"ral hal" 1. D. eari us or rotten, il will btoji uif' progress of the canes ROBERT \V\wSSi\icr
T IT lCE.-hx: :ck' aft*;. dhC.tpplicauol/wli; .jv 4j. Dry (j lI(1Js, Hardware,Crockery ware,Casting : Tallahassee October
I increase the quantity ol ti..- iliachuige. remote the offwnsive 9th l lc2.:
J.ide.1) the hon'ourable t ..udeof the county cou. t i 1 rOil aS1\urtl.d, Cast, Gentian, and Blistered Steele,
), 0: .' Person; county, br letters of-administration on tl.t ADMINISTRATOR'S? N011CE.--AIJ persons :! they oiler to their customers and the public at lair Kmell und eue the pam. irr The Soutiti-n Recorder. Georgia ; the p:.
the of 'I.tJ It the Felons \Whitlow ou au appli- ,
t f ugainst estate \\ 0.t cures worst or m ni Enquirer, Vi.pnia ; lite Columbia T
csiau; o Thomasi Ucliihy dcccnstd. prices, august 2Sth 1&32.: 2tf TV
ii'-hrist deceased, will them autheniia cation of 48 hours.Rheumatisms V oi.f.ia the Baltimore
: JAMES L. PAR 1Sf). present legally : ; RtpMic. Marj&f, :
: December 8th 1832. 16Gw ed within' the time prescribed by law, or hey will !! IJf E.It' BOND,-Oilers) lor sale COITONINS which have blood so long a> to become ..S as1rii1t Banner, 1'umesec, wiU.n.., rt the -

-- --- -- be lorf.ver barred of recoveiy. and all those indebted ; made \\ty Mr. John 5ci;ly, of Louisville, a systematic disorder requires medicine to hf taken inwa'rdly I for four weeks in w-asMon: and above jrrrtisement .

I. I'EACHElt ,'., TED.-Tlie trustees i-f ihJL will make immediate payment! to the subscriber.JAS. '_..1., f.oni 3.1 to 30 saws-Also, 2 of A kxandt-r's Florida to remove them entirely But in most conuuou lien: accounts to this office forpayinrnt. nrard

: < ..KtiVis. county academy, desire to obtain a teach I .\. GILCHR1ST, Adm'tor.I I, ; the above Gins w ill be sold on reasonable terms cases i.) appl} log this Ointment cxterna.y; as directed
I .*.-ii qualified to take charge f.f his inslitu'ion. I I "1"rntH' I 1t 1? I'i" w at 6 month t for good security. it will give relief And even in oid n,'olh, whtpain -. I I THl; subscribers have juit received from K y

T.<(: pi'.sjK.ctsof; tie ill tilu ion offer ad vantages to the Cotton Ba-rgiiig, Scotch and Kentucky, -* have been of louger standing, IVlh tase tin? I I J I.,large and) general ort r'cnt Ilf\elfet blue aI

taiejiicd and txpcritnrcdcher, equal, if iiotbupcrioi' IH JO PHD Ky. Bale itoptand Twine, I t a k 'l-.ths bltijc, black, Itussian green, dnke lIe
I pain.To
to limy in u.e tcrr tury. Montuvllo has proved to t-c -\ Co .-. i S '. '7 l1W" Sugar Boilers of &niail sizes. sea captains and masters ol' vessels this ointment I -h plum and st el, mixed, suptrlattve superior ,!
: Very licaliy:: -t.ie people are jblc and Milling to coucale rti and 1ar Q 1 i 400 Sacks Mown and ground Liverpool Salt, lIIusl be very vuluable in winter on our coa.-t it bctnzver I ;.f hi o, striped. tllflhllseh, trued, r'utay, grela.copper
I dud, fl1Lhl cS1abli lcd here veil 50 1) Coarse certain in effects Chilblain* or ;utlecteu iixediiulifyin ,brown. 'ix d, Fern anti
a : might C'XllI" ;. .. 1'... .. Alum: : its on parts U lOnm I.
.j .f:. I.-'ljL ( I.
the ..atronageand Mippurt'i.f' the neighbouring coin- U Crates Crockery Vv are, ) I Flout*, Bacon, Lard, c.c.Tallahass. with Irost it likewise preserves its qualities mall cli- d ,: tSSt&iS, Ia'tinetts, !black ilk it-;iciibCcir, tn lish

; ti. >. All he sck-nce usually taught in the best ojpi.iized lUti .:st Iron Plough- ..r, u-pt. : M, l 1-.3 5tf. mats i ilk \vslio-r, fancy do., water silk do-, brown ,feut'd \_
sChOul and lJlllieoill l he Jiere. A of the valuf of this do., l uck silk velve ,ilvn aoj figured drab
; a : taught ApjJIic.k.uT M> Bbls. Pork (Mess clear and prime) large mass testimony proving I I bea.vr
FoR S.' I4E. medicine will br t-hevvu those who fen, blue :..oHiriaiiar.ih Lt-utl.er capsplucnj
S iiiiisi 'rcsen. unimpt'ac.habt.cn.t"IIt1"is! I: : ol 10 Ilhds. BACON, : mo:.t excellent to I Ii ; i ii

character ami qualificatiuu- noneneed, apply wjihCoinmunicauuus 5i j: llbls.! Fresh FLOUR, 4 4 fc t II-'ls \> hiskey, vvi feather information on aj'nlicaiiou to fir ller- ':i Mk..ItS 'f'r.l'rs, cloves! t.Jt\"f'r hats, velvetUrabazinoAI :

but.I 50 I Bbls. WHISKEY U sU 3: KrtMi ;. 1-. Flour, tons, or to any of his authorized agents. I >: ri-.ht aJdIk: stocks, baudanrrs& silk! fla Ijand,

I may he addressed to either of thrUuatccs. -U; Bbls. 1I.... RUM,, J 2J flags Coffee, Tlie above medicine sold by special appointment of krrrliiels, eady-madc coats, paanoons! ar.d Tes'slin-
I tin and tn shuts! fi-rurcd and pain! bosoms collars made
ABRAHAM BELLAMY.UAMKLBlHi Tierces 200( Corn. patentee warranted genuine. ICIer
I J Ill Cheese
/, 30' Bbls. .MACKEREL, I Just received "fUU1\cw-Odtans. L B 1'EKKlXa. DHCGGtaT.Tallahassee. ihe Kite fa!bi.ns. All of which are offered for tale to

THOMAS HARVEY, 3 Bales Osnaburghs E. SEIXAS. February 24lh IdiU.; 'au: our iriends and ustomers, on the most reasonable

\\'lI..LI.\l! H. MATHERS 30) Dozen Bo'tied Cider, 1\h noll.., _.- 211 tfAitllALe'SALE.l3y terms. The subscribers are al.NO, provided with rood
d 1.. H. BOLT.llnntit't11H ': i. ..p: ..'' 'S workmen, and .\ill m.'Keup ,!loihinjj at Short nOl te
Liu.'ipool Salt, ia Sacks and in Bulk ) : a.IW
virtue of axri- ..f all- r me 1 latest fas -OPS. R.B/k J.B. BULL
FllIl'iJth )
i ( mUer 18':+2. IGflil..M ; Jr/.VEH 0".i.lUs kinds M
V oiditiom i-.xponns i.ssu .d froiii the clerks offi D l1:1fJlaa ID 3 i'uv.mhu 20h: I8?'!. hit

N $ii 4It' I t.U l)j.'LL'\IS' hl.G' I FrOLIVE! OIL, *.,i .Iv :LI :t nor Court u-r the county of Leon, and :"- one oi 1.1IIM: :I efticaciouscorn-pound. in the MA- "

: t ; tollD! -R.mauny fi.un tin sutitr UTTER CRACKERS, in; Uuc: tcO$, I sluiil t.\i p'l ie to sale to the highest liiidr !- TEHIA'JEIHC". for the cure of that class' of &fI\'ct STORAGE l:.

:{.t"Ing .{ little 'Ii' ar-ercek mills! in J..rk- L.
i. ,;, it .'4unty, ('&t t Flor.da: so'.iCJiiiC ni,\.. .iud an adJi !. n.d '.;' ::::' I.fmlIDal I P, in the r.iuiiiy of Leon, on the .Irst :.\ttIJ- blood and vitiated habit of body ai.d usually exhibiting -I t II \warc-hous 1t St. /narks lor ;berece.rtionoC

/f. t-1\ i. -t>i of April last t. a iieyro man natudo. L lYIt o Cay in Jamtary next. ..! No. 8, IIi fractional s. ct.r.. then :04..1in the forms ftcroful.i! Salt K.ifiin .I r it-.n on storage or -hipr.-er.t, and they will male

I / about 2j y ars of a. e, near six iiiegi '\ iiuu! l M'lti"I. iii' % i ri.5 .>s "IIrC onVrcu ex { Nu. 7, toA-nMiiji m2, ranut 1, iii'ith ami vast, < 0'i :uniOaTisinore Leprosy. Anthony's tin? l'Cer Soirs (ovt-ii when I advances oruftli\fry; ; when It t..y are allowed toM

-- ), urll i :-ilt. darkri'inpU-xion.. !Iris ti! ;: -l. ;i" v l low ft.r C.lliHt CO'/ (.\A, or 1111)!;:. ( or IC-N, m ih" eoui.iv: (ii f Leon, l'-\n c I. the bonrs are allicted.'hitl" 5Jwellii\gVif a:'|*iifU I :.\vard ant consign iLts- mcc jiiy tf the_ following

I h io\.n* ". li' n sP'} I k- n to, was rals d in hoii..o.nconv .' aiiolia, All' II 3d i i-:;e. 3t: if. as the pioperty of Joiiii \\'. Levnuis, satisfy an x with Ur Jebb'b Lininicnt.) Foui und ob-tinate Ulcers Port- viz :--to :cw-Uilan?, CharicsVn, Baltimore,

Cai';, r>c as \ ell! as mo.-t nugrocs, u > m; THfc culi"ii in favi-urof RoU-ri B'lilt-rvs: : John \V.l J Ii-\ '-- Mire ieg.i and eyes scald head in cllliJrcr..SCIII\Y and 4NffVork, i'r.vide nre, Ltvrs:',..* nr Havre.On .

off w ,-. &.te cotton hoitn-spiui% clothing, he is M J'!.&- I \'UHTHER MAIL STiGE.L iU.. Sale to lake place within tin- li'-uis 'r.rcs< nbrrl b\ -Luilutic gout; J'linpled vToil.uneied F act's. feteutigouptions. ail consignments I hey \.ill char 'e 2) percent

ed to hjubiiurcd I by : )\,- dishoneM ptr.-on.; TIe 1 :.- ?w the rlanter. '1'0 tCI rvjry .- law. JAMES lirJHl, D. \. f.:' and vuiieiial ta.nts. thn.ugl.out the huJ), mwliien 01 uantnler: '.ri sales, and will be rtipt,:.I ')ie to then

bove ixxvard d' glOOwill be paid for iifmiati"Unuy <' -, .'- l11ty nml Friday at 3 A. t T. E. UANDOf.P': ( .'-.rti! 1.Lie.mlwr 1. la-t case the drops often cute then mercury .:rs lr any s'istainedr.n I the voy::'e, throogir.y

S'bite |x.-rs'n 4 )ncedinz tim, so that it ::"< 'i : ..'.., and '\ill| arrive at Mile! .: e-1 l 1t 1 S32._I ',, l fails They are also the be.-t Spri'-g and Autumnal nelcf! '.n their part afltctm: ,irurute.

their: ronviction, or twe. ty.fi'c ,liai> fcr tina,.p.v- i.--=---.- -- _. rvillcby I'1., I.n tlc f,Ii-I 1'tr.itory 'fI-lnrid-. Mis-die p'.j: ).ic to purify and cleanse the sy>iem from humour a 2.t 1t2 2tr

lieiisio.i and deliveryf {;. ', '1'I' ik. I I. iM.ay .Mondays, making the trip in a little I : : j l\o 13tll, :3. l.ch: frequently appear at these seasons ol the year '
; .
i "'striC.ii.. '.1.! n C. .JtLltty. )S.DAt ::> DOLLARS Rr. ARD. Ray
JO EPH U. HOWELL.Dereoioer : mo til.* .areedays-l:he line has ttt"11cry much ) 'rl.e) also: aid the process of digestion._tl1d. by purifying 1.1 -
9th ,32. ini d I die addition I .\ : IIUVIEU: 1 > on the 20 Ji Au- ns', a negro bojGALEN"
1 lj.: rove by : cf new <'ou-hes-and 'x.rt tt.e blood tbe sec.t-tionof n ali; haut l.uniour
_ f. vs" prevent f ottrfld aboiu 18 -.f
; 41. rvtiiifi.Lf'CK age,
of ;. years
-' teams_ i.ors.a-for scats appk a; the s.ore of (. I l"") ot'tlte lunsrs. The orourielor contideiitlv renea'upon :
i PlO .i. TI-J.N c.1 Hams-a.4! bazcrage ui _, BY -* Of Id. Same. J'11. WILLIAM II. ELLIS. j jON Boston and its but i parrow in the hips smut Kgs,and j
Alien I drop not only in v icinity. llIIuril- il.Slentler
o\eiib.r20 :. motion of the (".JII1 1ILtI tjiit by Ins at'orney, ai.,J [ teeth, from 'hcwir.g tobarco:-Iwitf
1832. t'ie Union for the beet tiieir excellei-ce
out as
WILLIAIf: i'. DUV A jjtl a jienrinir to hi ,'.mt, 'In* ti! .: dt-ftn'lan-s! I., proof above reward to have him secured I
alterative medicine in all the abovespecified.
an unfailing cases
Territory of F'1ordaiiddlc no. reside in thi Ten in'iy, it s ..rIlt'I r. i ; .t uulc-- I. jail Sf. that I gel him again ; and reaittsbler'larfi j
I I Gout nor oj the j. cri doty uj .onda. DurKl: GddMkn: County. \S.'Nov' 12lh 183.:. the said defendants an&wf the! r"-mj'!;';t at-.* '[.ii:! "a or This article has recently been I'rononncl;'! s ;if brought home. He will not own bis aan
: of the first wha had
\\ H-
PUllbUAISCE me 1 .ws f the .llt territory, i..L.A.l P. HARRISON before the tWl'llt} -fifth day! of '.'nrch IU.A*., tie: .' -.,ie liy aPhys.ciau lespectabihly.hi ..r who he belongs to. DAM EL G AS'f.I .
Jvs In
1- iie.sed its fiirprising ctficicv. as enlilU-d, m -
is hereby prochumeu, and made MKMVD, that at : > In Equity. will bo taken for ,''nil .>:, \. un i i lie nint-cis 1 tiurrole lake the leud of all the popular articles known !hive for alei stiong healthy( rv mai,32years

1 i.e; election field ,\ionday the lifth day t.f >'->- .. tIN C. AR .'l TEAD. ) II! <*recd aocordinoly: "III. I It 'i j: farther (ors'er-'f! : !:.u a 'for the Jibove. complaint. and indeed it U j lust gaining: of are, who served a regular priaticeshipat at tie WIlt

Tcmber 1632, the .lowing. named persons were elt'ctctl rl"1dl.y 1IlV: the parties their copy uf this (./-.lEr b'_ ('ubi; !lt'd i in Mime atith,'r "eunewspaper this estimation nin:. bsiMiuss.j D.a,
rv' and
p-iiiit throughoutlhe
attorneys, in public country
members if the next legislative council, of said territo JL the his < f ti-:! Jt it oin-r a week t.'rf.lIl"lnlln \l.It. h.> ( December I 1st'S3?. 1561
complaining leave .
- t\tto/'f\.t'}, and by 1.1I Puce $1 I II bottle, "r j bottles or 5)
\ ( l.ES'1 I'-tl: Jerk and in i
to commence u b'.SSIJII at the capitol in the ,. master: qi y. -
amended his bill
ry city : court su .t-sting the de.i'h: of the I ,"v n- -\1E r/
: G .
', tINS.-CA',1PBLL &
ivcmlM-r-MVi. 1'' !. I Mu DYaPEPSIA, 0 INDIGESTION.Ol i>
If Pahahassc the 7th
( on Monday day o.: January defendant John C. tiiii.u-ad.' And, that Marcus. Ctrl ibcif well
12 :3, as appears iron the election returns made to rm., ArmisttaiJ is his adimniairator and it I Ion;;' standing, and of the most obstinate character < Georgia are engaged at
; :'" -aring thai !: ill bu known ablishment ai the above place in :he mannfacture -
nit : quired by law. the latter does not re.-idc in this Terntor\ is ::JiIJ.L.LE.: :odtith' inchest has liet'u immediately rt Sieved and blten permanently ,
tin-- Ill.ii. "IJ.I. fill' ciJ h in front oj the court houMinI cuied. ut" that laveoccurred ia Boston of cotton gins, of a very superior quality.Iti
Fr>m the CUlI}!y of Escambta, composing the first &. fore onleivd, that unless :he said deicndani.; I > III a vari t\ ease9
Ctc-r.d 3is-ric, Benjamin I). Wri ht fy Thomas Klouni. complainants bill, on or before the uu9vMJJL, : .,j'% II of (.,:.&La "J, on tlie; firs atunlay in .Iat::ai y and vicinity l h.v. using for a short time. i heir intention to keep a, constant supply,af TaII-l

From lie cr.uii t y of -A alton being m the third District March next, the bairn will be taken twenty-til"for nfcssrd! day ol I nfthis( .'0. 10 -, ll y. I 111), 111, I II", fl4 I 115o, ,- Dr. R I fe's Vegetable iSpecini andanti-Billoas Pills. hassee and Quincy, Florida, and to meet ail

Ri;'.ard J. Complun. the matters thereof decreed & anu I 119 I iii 'tie io." n (jf Q11 IK v,as the property of HK7.E-I II : both of whiCh me to he taken logethei according to vai- their line with promptness.-Giiis t f their ic&nnfao

1- ru.u, dlc c-iuntiei of Franklin and Washington, be- >her ordered, that this order be accontingly published, and it is 'eeL\-- I i MAil WILDER the wc.-t lull'of !,'<-ri.i *G, T. 3 oul>li* [plain find ptllcti.af directions accompanying the tire are warranted to 'Work well with; good ua .--

in, "4 '<: .lu'rd Di .rici,Julin P. Booth. (fur four months in authorised once a w ; ranjre. 4, CUllltlill# :' 270 ane*-1"; Ni'.7. ec"icn 3, LO\\ f-! Sj. -nlir. Pie 5- cents each. They take this opportunity to stx e that there is DO

F. :: C counties of Jackson and Fay.;tt(., cam pn: R. C. LES'l onie ER clerk and inmspapcr 1-1 thtdistrict. !-. I hip 2, rui"e 7 c<:u.a.iiinsr SO ;ii'n .-!..: N(>. wtlio13 -. None; are :eiiiiiiie unless signed on th. ouN ,'e prin-I other! establishment of the kind in Louisville, and thaI
ma&.t'r in tfiuitv! I: '.\\ itship 2 ,' 7, '>eit iinii.-; l'lh'r.--i > the all gins made at that place, are of .heir manufacture.:
in: -I Tt:i ind fifth Districts, PcUr IV. UauticrJr.an 'ivl'mb..r 201 Ii IS3::. J H4--, rani lied wrapper, by sole : rOI.1\t, tot T. KID D EU.:
t : (hritslloica tl.Fr.m 7, M'cnon I 13.1"'n..li 1 t.II! ** 7,'ci'iii iiiiinjr! : SO -tert' I immediate successor the late Or. \\' T COSVVAVFor ')vtmher 13th 1S32. -

theo i ty of Gadsden, composing the sixth 5J IX weeks after ncapplicition: .-. ill -emade to the -lot .O. 4, "rcnon 13. to-.. lIiip!,, 'Z' rant7, nia-Mni; ale at his Counting Room over No. 99. Couit ARSHAL'S SALE.-By virtue of a writ of

District Joseph WUnJe and L folks JIeac ham. K7 ton. .3 tide of the county C'HUri. of It1..drll county 60( acres.,-Ic'i! N3, see n 1 1':, t..\ n-hlP; 2un, : 7orJtai..irg street, neai Concert Hall. Boston and also bv his pe- M Venditioni Expooas issue from the clerks CJ

From the couiuy <;f Leon, c mno&ing pat of the! fur let 'er:, of Jmini.straiion on (he i S'.u.te of Raiid \- (- 150 1 acics. TM 1 : ab \t !'es-iibeiS luui j. i appointment, by E. B Pl.tiKJNS (N< 1) of ;he Superior Court for the county of Leon,and tome

cvi nth! District, Thomas .M. Bradford and Geoige T. : J laic .creased. PULL( HARK, ad.o L1X." north of thc'baxi-! parra'c1', ami w.s-. )1'! he m.-tiiiiuiin Druggist.Fe directed, I shall expose to sale to the highest biJJtor rI

Ward. Novcmber2Ohi! 1332. MGw the eouniy of Gadndeii. And lie f I low ing lIam.>lI Tll'lIha.-t';. !' i7.. .I.-31.: )026tf. I cash, in front of the court house in the town rJQuiry
---- ni' slaves, to wit :Eh-.tta, Isaac, I Pav'. Toni, D H"-, -
From the of JefT of the SitUJlood..y
rn o n using part the first
county in.the of Gadsder
I scveaih District .Jfrivi/raM rfl'H'l j HAL E:.-Uvc-r the Mariunna Jwuise will( i and At'cn' ; as the propci v of Jarncs A. \\ ootrn, to 1J W:rr lP Jj iIi county ,(1\1 southW.qu .

g, Fnnthe couuliis, of .Madison Bellamy.and Hamilton corn- JaL .Miiiaif.ioe; on eUn bday the'i.5.1 1/i..' January i $:;j.fy fxe'iitinn! i:;-ut.!! JVi-m tli' rlerks i-fiic*. r-f tit T,) 4 hL5TII; \i\ fit ANt CONSU31PTIVE.: ii January of section next 5 the west 2 half of the I, north.and

poMig partol tile beventh District, James Bell. iii-x.. ad, continue: r-ui (IIY\-lirs. day, 'i Jockey- Superior Court for the county of G -.dsJ"nI f iv" Of f i 11IK I : most preval""ut ami fatal of all Diseases inciJSJ \ner 80 township ,less range in tliecounty or

From the counties of Alachu-i and Columbia, c-.>m- CM-. purse ,h *>:.)0-3 mile heats ci.tra $U.d I Id IlImVillialn.; ., arauntiti!! 'm 15ook Jni." s A. d' nt civilized .,"ei..tJ-tl1e Gun"ulTlplil'may Gadsden est, containing levied acres the more or of, John W..Len-

poiir/the eighth District, Gabriel Piiest. .\." "I 1aIIC&: ol tiio Jock.y-Club purK $ jj-auiehe.ts i Woi>ten, and Hczckiah Wilder .- lie to t.ikb 1,1.I.t. I geieidy: | je traced! to the least Alarmini! of disorders, nus to ; execution on as property in favour of Robert Butler

From the county of Nassau, composing the ninth, bc.-t 3 in 5 ; entrance I 15.--*>.: tl.. le en- wi'liin ih'.j hours presc.iliCil 'I.y !a\\ i a slight hut negiectftu cold. By estimation it appears .iaiiist, satisfy the said an John 'V.Levinus. Sa e to take platt

District James G. Cooper. r.ineo, money '1( he 1st, 2d, and 3d days races, mil JAlTflESl.for I ( that one iiundre ami. fifty thnusuull'eron. du annual- within the hours b law.

Jj From 'tw oumy of Duval) being in the tenth DIstrict )heat*., erurunce S104'h' d 'y a sweepstake, 2 year T. E. ANl-'OLPH, M u&hal.Deceirbfr I) of l.e roiisumption. Most ol f t.ise! dreadful results prescribed JAMES)HUGHES, D. M. for

Join Warrtn. *>ld colli-race may bo t-X..t.lct1.- EiiLonnjjO.. 1st 1832. Ijids: may -ittributed: to common culd. and a negligent T. E. RANDOLPH, Manlw.:

I From the' uu.ies of St. Johns an-' Mosquito, being Novembe20'h"lS32.! |4tf NF.WTORE treatmei./ of the htl'las..lII: c"uth Ihat generally ensues December 1st 833. l5tls-

L in the elev. nib and twelfth Districts, Joseph L. Smith 'X weeks al.e. da.e' u.e und rstit.. Wi.I: for which i> u--nahi folior.r |h y d flicult breathing pain -

{f and James R z. S .. !"- ,f .uluitnistrUion; t.n he estate of app-y Charles IN QUINCY.I iu the ffid". and at last Ulordled Lungs. Violent and FOR sALts ()lit R':: ,T.-1he tract of land tw 011.

From the_ county of ) ,composing thethittcetk : T. Phelps, late of Franklin conn.y.jAXiE'S; repeated A..I nmillr. aitacus. uUo! bring on Consumptive the subscriber resides, containing aDd j

District, no returns have been receive I D. B..LLOCI1. nb.1 jiiti fem.iVid from iallahasset- I symptoms One 01 two dollars expended in the purchase c.es. 1'"0 hundred and sixty-five acres cleared, .
whereof I have caused the seal of I TIIoHb I of under fences. Their -eight acres ofjup* ,
In testimony Appalach a-la, November 20.h 1832.;: 14Gwv ( \\ opening at the corner store formerly o-- good arc of
the Ten itory < f Florida to be hereunto affix- ._ il':i iteJ by Messrs. ,1. & B. P. Petty, and opposite Mr-. "VR. UKLFK'S ASTHMATIC PILLS cane ; 15 hundred bushels of corn, and a quantitY also

IL. S.] ed. Given under my hand at the city of Tal- J1I HE Token and Souvenir lor 1833, containing; ; 20 I ''ills: '" ii'r si!iblishetl: an \\ ,,11 known '".ii-r!. and littv mion their fodder. A smalL stock of cattle,and hogs, would\ViII b
all to administration will
lattagsee, this fifth day of December Anno A spu-ndid tiel etijcraviii';s-also tile Pearl for 833 R timely ':e sold witn the land. The terms for the 1 land
I S Domini 1832. and of the Independence of the Westward EJo! by Pauldinij, The Hctdinmawry 1 A LAY-1 ND GNrRAL usually ensu.'i mitig-ition of these disorders and generally very liberal. Persons wishing to purch-se will P- *
\'lI' and of Jl Jm mliY fJ1a'Jl J effec enm. l'he Pills are also an easy and effectual ctiland examine which is equal totn1
United States the fifty-seventh year. per, a variety s. idionl-books .iiisetllaiieous the present crop, p
for the
WILLIAM DUVAL, orks, and stationary, just received at this office & J JiPLE DllY-Ujj remedy symptoms proceeding and acconipanyln in Florida-the situation pleasant and healUW
i I; '. Governor of Florida. Nov.. 9th lii'iS. 14tf. WILLIAM W1LSUN.T1CE. ? the \sthnm and Consumption. For ColdscCou.Jihs. any in Florida. F/i'ER C. It A RRKj
Vhic1 rollowSI.tl (fashion and best of strfctur .
l By the Governor. are in pi difficulty Breathing tightness and TaliahasseeOctober2d 1632. rnIC52

JAMES D. WESTC TT Jr.Secretary N\ ..- All p:-rsons are cautioned against trad- quality ihinre and nil coloured ndi '"cS- SCPERIINE across thfl chest Wheezing, pain in the ide, dpittiug The editor of the Co/umiia TcI"eoP, TJJ

I t of Florida. in;. bra note, tiven by Theodore Flotard and m-- CLOTHS AND CASSINITTs-rcl\dy made! clothing, Marino of blood, &c. Few cases can occur of any of this !please give the ,above six insertions, and forwardut

December 8th 1832. 16tf alt' to 11. P. Brandin &co., for eight hundred dollars, shawls and handkerchiefs. anti flag do., FASHIONABLE '.lass disorders'' in which the purchaser of Dr. Relic's account to this office. .

on which there has been |paid four hundred and fifty BONNETS, with black ostrich feathers and ruh ribbons Pills will not find a rich return t for their trifling expendiure subscr l ro

: I SALE.-Agreeable to adeedof trust dollars, as I hold their note for one thousand dollars f>r tr'iitmings, with a' variety of other tides too '1TOR THY TTEl'TIOS.rh

TRUSTEES me by Richard Lloyd, in favour .,f and shall insist upon by right to offset against their de 't'Miiuur.. numeriie. Price-whole boxes 3i) Pills, I .dollar, half boxes 'f' fers for sale her house and IOt51Dhe\09iDror

4 IV. D. Harrison, I shall expose to public sale,for cash, mand. JOS. AUDI.November 13 Pills, utl rents. Quincy, Gadsden" county. Ill an excc'IefllslkAjvrn!
at the court house door in the town of Quincy, Gads 20th 1832. 14tfT GROCERIES &C. business; & has been long and advantageously cuartt
&iTo tae Ladies a
J den county, on Saturday the 29th day of December, Has also in the grocers .inv, just recelvtd Ircm (ii- J.tr as a house of public entertainment. Alse, in ctivation
"the following negroes "iz: Jack, Arch Dave, J. b, Ar- ASVRENCE P. HILL,offers for bale at TallahasSLA leans in addition to his old stock, hams and sides, super White and sound Teeth, are both an ornament and a Section of first rate land, having 70 or SO acres"
Ma. **"*
) : ter, Dilly, Katy and her two children, and Mariah, or hee and St. >ks.S fine flour, white leaf-lard. blessing. The best security for their advantage is to ba immediately aJpinins the town'If loS' 504
BO of said negroes as will satisfy the amount of Bbls. apple brandy, BUfTKR. l found in the use of the crop of corn and fodder, and the sOCk
15 whUl. furniture t or
ey, rattle with household kitchen
) hundred dollars with interest and cost. : 4.
( .
tY-l5ix OW
N. E. Best of Havanah candles l TU! .
H. WILDER trustee. 15" rum, quality green cofFee sperm to John K. Campbell Eoqr., <
December 8th 1832. ICtds 10 C. gin, very fine smoked Scotch herrings, pippin apples, irish elegant Tooth Powder with a very little use he subscriber on the premises, SARAH BULL-

auincy! 10 crime pork, f potatoes, old coginac brandy, do. Holland gin, Jamaic eredicates the nciuvy in the gums, and prevents the accumulation Tallahassee, October. 9th 1832_ 5HID. .*-.

J. G. & N. HAMUNT" IOU No. 3 mackerel, spirits fleet as imported, old apple brandy Monon of Tarter, which not only blackens bat been appO1

i i t received from Mew-Orleans. and offer 10 half No. 2 do. ucla whiskey 7 years old. Wluch together with a variety loosens the teeth and accelerates* their decay The NOTICE.-'he subscribers having of John C'o
H.OVE'j 31 superfine flour of other articles constitute complete assortmenr Deulrifice thus removes'the prevailing! causes of offensive last will and tcs \mentl (11l.1I
I .
5qr. casks sweet W1110' r,1 and is well calculated to suit the inhabitants of Quincy breath. preserves the healthiness and floridness of. J.ccased. late of Gadadcn ounlyeXeCUt0
Bbls. '
5U whiskey claims 1Le
100' Fine 35 boxes cheese,' and its vicin ly. the gums, and renders the teeth beautifully white. ,.staL6, give notice to allpersons haTing '

!A 100 Coils Kentucky bale bagging, 2-2". soap, The highest prices will be given for COTTON, SUGAR, Price 5U cents.. said estate. to present them legally \uthenticat will oo.

V 60 Bbls. flour rope, 7 claret wine, HIDES, SKINS, FUR8. AND ALL OTHER COUNTRY PRODOCJE. O None are genuine unless signed on the outside ai th. time prescribed by law, or they requeste t
p new U JAMES E IJLES. 1"'rever, those indebted to the estate are .
3 Santera do. printed wrapper by the M>le proprietor.-. KlDDKti: -
10 .
Firkins Ghosen butter PecemberJ183t. .; 15tf. mmediateBnecessortothelate Dr. W.. T. COSWAY.For .- to make: immediate payment. ,
20 Snrks coffee, 10 .. _4_ y i. I JOHN C. LOVE, R
/ 30 pieces cotton bagging, : sale at _bin. Counting doom, 'Ivpr No, 99.: Com } &.
60, Bhls. Rum, ; SALE,-A farm containing 400 acres,-,good WILLIAM FORBES,
20 kt' laid FOR, Street near Concert Hall Boston and also by his -
: special
; of -which is 11r
00 tSa ksSslt!, alwuCWTenty-fiTC'acres, open ,quincy October 30th, 1832.'HOE .
ir I Boxes tobacco, 50 sacks fine salt, and in fultivatidoT ." appointment, by E.. fi. PERKINS (No 2)'

Wi 20 F gs "do. 12 boxes brown sherry wine, Afso; ten likelyuyoung negro men, woman and children :- : Druggist. I *.-Having'been appointed wt1e54..,

1!: ( 4 .:'t";'f cjiiiitjfovember 6th 1832. '12tfI&IANO 26 Jwgs Rio coffee,landing from shcr. ..Washington, t from! ew.Yfrk, and sold on accommodating terms. IIn41v.at n, wththe erop'of corn and..rodder'; : pont .. >ii I.<; m tbnL capacity-I,intend keeping -' o

_1. FORTE (for 'Sale.-A Noxcn.LW. 6il., 1832. 124w \ llht ra1creditFor terms, apptyt.o Mr C.C.ii- ]Jtr'Dr.1: JOHN B. TAYLOR in L dfl.1i! .fc:"ee, of :which due notice will be giefl.IDt'titeren
;' e
: Instrument in crcelleut order if offered > lhims 1'al1or to the. subscriber ''livuv'on the (Iflfl$ hi frieh -Executed '
..;NL 1n'YllP1y tn \ Ea'8EP t e Jon PaiNTING with neat- nlac; '' -. JOlIN. L.V1Cl: .. restored, as- toenableliiln to resume. profession. will meet with prompt attention, B.-XOctcfccrfcr' .:, ,
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TJ oqUa.141633 D. $ and despatch, Bt' this .Ot6Cftt. : .c... 6\11 12cow3vT J al400.J ly,30/332. .J5ff- : -.' .2 ,

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