Title: The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: March 8, 1823
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Volume ID: VID00664
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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_You,___ 1. ] -L'r.P! s cOLA 1 s7VTUllIAYf MARCH: '8,-1823.BY r No. .

ri7TLD AId M1In.IIK'D Arch 1attROlt der a grove of noble trees, lbe> op- ,, I t Vn assuming .something' a fort, tie now adored her. Annette -: 1
nraccuALU fc co. ulacr dance on fine summer: :: I was something gratifying in the .
JNO. err character Annette
graver as cat t. was equally struck with the im- Idea of
having half the world
........ sings ; and here are betel frruuent'tffaiis d her fifteenth and Eugene his which -
,,.,.; t..n.... ......& .ss5 per&1\nnm. firovtptrnl time had made [ bttwccnthem. The harry *
,st.-ld+'"': ''''',''m'.-Twchc hnm or. onncr. and fetes l which asscmblc-all nineteenth year, when be tat tut la br lover. She noticed, with necessary for his left -
One UOU1T for the fjtxt, and Fifty Ccitft." the rustic beauty of the loveliest ,dctjl -tarrird oiTto the.iitny by the teem admiration, hit superiority no time for cool depanure reflection it ' /:
rtJr. CH I) atJ'Jcqucn'.insertion. parts of Lower Normandy..' The c conscription. tIt o i&e other young men of the vilfagt rendered! him deaf to the ; /1'_
- '-- present was atfbexaslonof L.ind.1 j I WW a heavy blow n Ma *i!. t Ihe frank, lofty, military air, straaces of hit afflicted .ether".L.reman. ,/"
1i,\tiv' or, t\\\ '5. 8t\\\es. Uoothl' und tents were erected a- owed mother, for he washer vale that distinguished him from all ie hastened to Honflear jwtt fa 0 ."'r'''''

' .... thong the tree ; there wrrc the U.1! pride and comfort ; but it was one the rest at their rural gatherings. time to make the need fa I 1
:\ -, goal displays of finery to tempt the of those sudden bereavements The more she saw him, the more i' ions for the voyage ; and prepara the first
.#,,., :-'----..' & rural coquette, and of wonderful |: which mothers were perpetually her light, playful fondness of form news that Annette received of this
.::. .. bhoMrjt to entice the cutiouv doomed! to fret in France, duringthe er years deepened into ardent and sudden determination was a letter
) f" ,v 1I1ounrhmksfrrt" exerting their time that continual and bloody powrjful affection. Hut Annette delivered by his mother
,. ,
? htqucnrr ;: jugt;ler* and. fottun- .;its were incessantly draining hrr was rural bellr. She had tasted her pfedgrs of affection,returning particu .... ..'

... A.,, ; tellers astonishing tin rrrtlulous ;J y outh. Il was a temporary afflir- the tweets of dominion, and had larly the long-treasured braid of .
-:;: -:" [tr .' .: -- while whuhrfiw\ or gru1esfuiS.iutsin'wiuul i'i lion also to Annrtte to lose her been rendered wilful and capricious her hair, and bidding her a last i
;. and ttax.qurl,. trre lotrr. With tender embraces
by constant farewell
indulgence at ; ', in terms more fall of sorrow -
........ ____..JL u"tred fur. i"a\: purchase ufthc! I.i.ilUt. half childish half ,.cmknihlhr home, and admiration :abroad.- and tenderness than upbraJdFT j
141' ,uf mourn. from him. Thr
I parted tears streamed She "as conscious of her power .
A.. M-'*1. auihortMiq: ; ? an a,1-U.ml.l) l'aJ The ,,ftlejUjd. ) aisnublrd in oftr front her blur ryvs as she bound< over Eugene, and delighted in exercising This was the first stroke of real
Force fUT the SUii'r"..won Eft '',heY. \'ien' all thr< IlII'tun sync ctsturnrs a braid of her fair hair round his it. She sometimes treated anguish that Annette had
U U enacted by the rude and of the 1'ayi.' a'.ttlh.r, and U.* CCtt wrist, ; but the smiles suit broke hiii with petulant capiiT, enjoying ,and it overcame hrr.ever The received
. 1) 11.,.., fII 1l/H.i'4"1il:+1"r.illt' doaux.. I 1 hchrld tall sUMy trough ; f- she w*. set tOf'yountj| << the pain which she inflicted vivacity of her spirits were toI
a"lttd Siates fff*/1If"J t* c,'1" scads,, and ttfll1 boddircs, according to ft"rlJa.,w nous A thing it s paI I by her frownv from the idea bow arty her to extremes ; she apt for a
.!jTt'.6 lfurMMrd, That the 1'l't.al. t a f.t.hicmawhi; h have been .hndd ,.... h.vid how many chancre ti ere noon she would<< chair it away attests time gave way to ungovernable
dt'ut of the united Mat*'s lie, and do*n fiinti mother to dattiUtrr are* wltrn parting in this wi4e I by her smiles. She took a pleasure transports affliction nd'rrmorse
!x' hereby is, auUo-tzrd to pur- fur wntuni'v the exact:: couHtrrans \\1tff'hI' against our eter meeting a- in alarming his fears, by affcting and manifested, in the violence cf }
cbawor(oMMructasuffUiiMit number .. ttfth!{,\e worn in the tiiac .f .gait a temporary prrfrrrncr to her grief the real ardour of her af 1!
of teasel*, in addition to f\U"'C'' thr ("otu1u'err and fetch 3/tr't/ \Vks, months years flew by. vmir on** or other of his rivals ; fection. The thought occurred to
now <'m* lo -\'duf su, I It bur hen k.'" 1Mt. >rd tnt '.)' thi-ir f nthfu) re*..- \aacttr incre srd in beauty as slut and then would delight in alhving hrr that the ship might not yet i 4
.construction a& I he tn'v drew necessary '>al>1 mrl. to tt.,... winch r INad ...... ueressutti in )ear. and ass the them by an ample measure of returning have sailed she seized on the i
and lw fry, tquip, and man 'n th' .Jd ,ic'u riof inrt'. fIJ Mi. IniU1 of thr t'Clgbbour. kindness. I'crhaps there h-'pe with eagerness, and hastened J
the sxtn4. fur imiuttl .tt' set 1 tu'. Sti'sierliclrs* and in for paintings+ nfl ... Her time past innocently was; some drgrrr of vanity grti- with her father Honfleur. 'Ihe
t\ foi the purpose' ',f rcptrsintf piracy. it, utafiti.tr ......u., 'Ph.. .!Isayralrltt, triid. ".JtpUr. Hrr fathrr was aHMift fird by all this ; it might be a matter ship had sailed that very morning. |J
and of affording' effectual pro ti''''', that 1 a, been iu: 1.sat t _-| <4 same ConsrquetKe in the of triumph to thaw her abu? From the heights above the town ', "\:
, tution la the citizen and ronijnffc wand, m JM It.\t' rmarked the tilts! t ommuntt)', and bis house lute power over the }oung soldier, she saw it lessening to a speck oa \,
i df tt1.' t..ri;.-41 Slurs tit JtGu : .- He.uty of ihe }te .f .Mexico: and the seas and I air of tutor rlrot+ic uhkhthem. hrrresits \tfUf.ntortte held a kind ofnlr female admiration. Eugene, however before evening the white sail bad 'f|
tri ntorie* aujr.lit. .lf1 ,. K It is to tfi'ssscrattatrt : .ic urt ; she was; al.aur.. was of too serious, am: ardenta faded from her sight Shy turned 'i
St"c.2. .Id fzrthrr""a.trd., undoubtedly, tlii4 'liet'hb'o" tat. 1IllIlrd li, tt.mpaasuns of her r&ture.10 be trifled with. HrMnJ full of anguish to the neighboring |
That c.- vim of one hunr1 r vdaixiy and : irC'r' iro-nj louk It ..a s|__ asrr. alenasg Mitm she shnrarsttjrlw t* o fervently wet to bc filled ch..pd of Our Lady of (trace, and
thbusanJtl: M:.rs h... -H1f-t.ri.. from. hrn f th..i tbeltriC"1. cr... ........ Murh uf tkrirthr t.:" rMS w lib ts.*..,. Hr s.Annettr aura throwing herself on the pavement,
'tUto meet the t'xJu"nft : :4..r tii 'ir t.,..i, t'.4'. i,' ..;..r t %4 t..L._. .u-....at. ,...-d in ..1.1"1;' Jarr. err r *u"4rtl by admir= n, and full f poured out prayers and tears for "_"J' ,
Int urtt.d a* kfttr! ft&id. at: 1 p H\ tit an MI it 1 is.ii!J. :a .s cJ 41\1,'.l among U', the s.fr: return of her lover. "*
of ..,,1\.' nu,n':y IK the 'I'rca"u-}', tutotiunme I I Ir lilt '<: t .'{, t. "i u f turT- lq.C'ftM ..t........ they \atat; lUiSt.'. gay &t al t.,,".r rural feitivt'its. When she returned home the ,
ajiprnp-ruUttl. I & h. fi'! ,! h.r I! l ti I iris ht'.wy .eo cmd feD..a..r utMur.. the liter- .at'4 ....j..rrhtly IIM%: gay when hr f hcirfulness of her spirits was at fait
K P. \HUOUU, .e;1" '\. c-1ja' t). f .r,. tii' *.:""'. it"t". ,tilt card nil.iljf ,Ot..cf'hl era fetmt! tlrjrlrI. livery or,.. end. She looked back with re- I
!;rtrrlrftht II. ,it /t1.j.rE-h4 h1..h r 11. C ,... ..i6..tlw: t v*' ..." .11..1a.. ....... r tjotK 1iN4it:ed wttualtghtrrinrlirt aw through tins sprite. hut bins i.torvr and sclf-upbraiding at her 'tpast
U.\ :1!.1. D.TOMI'MXS: b41 'h.ua (.1.'. aryl 'il.,...4itUg fa'st's' than Ai.wf.r ; aDd ai'bt" elf rhr| ant %*u that. reality caprices; SUe tt&thcdith dis 1|
\ I'retrflrMftiit',. L. tau.a1ci.ite. I the gay lyr4" "i"i +l tn rapt :t.1 cJn'n'Wlm' wz I. lw r %.-ke wav perfect inrl.tj .,- stir d>* .'.. on him ; but I Kugenraliur late from the aoulation of her admirers i
'" iKc.-M.: tufitM.122. 0 -1..1..." 01, t .t" en...... otk eta t( *. Tj+rir eirwiHijs were rnnr- tu.|trctnl the sincerity of and had no louger: any relish .
1 .to t.tJ; : ,,:r< Uul; r .,ut. orras .rated t/t ttwift; Oi l y tIN dafcce or by those pie. hrr at3ri/fasa.. For some time heu for the amusements of the vil .**
JAMES Moxnon, < I'll-,- fitly i (uttss .41" social: asar* so pets..I. fit aItrn.h rr tht r Horlry with secret imptirfKr lage. With humiliation and difSdenev '*
.. . t .to fa.c'g.+cued. b"c dr,'.&:,....1 tYW ... It.. ; ...! M" hen %uit rat scat tftitiuvt ; but his .h sought the widowed mo- *
I. r V"" Atirialta:.. *4tLAN -.' of (tat, an > !,,'',rht, altlI.Itr. .n.. ;1Mrrtt'd I.... \ .;laR-r hail onrtrt.it. ref+tttigt grew sitre ami irnt-hle. liter of Eugene but was received $
"UIUI C atrUx. tarts'. gf rrw wa, J-...jI.g: in $u1lt'ltCrtnnMqili' lr J .,;*, shr was tl.r and mrufcwr, his srf.rommand.) ; by her with an overflowing heart ; |f
%, :tr $ihr d'.aH'e. ......... ...l'itatt* ..1 a4rairrtUar.Igsi V tight (sirsutidrntah4hng took fur slue only beheld in Annette one
N ITTK UKLAUIIKK. U'iiiUt J, ,t -* Ie ?af1lliac till A. s4*. via. t rte*ai b..in.sh. plarr; aquarrrtrn' ,urd. ,\ntvrttruttrrut who cou.d smpathtse in hrr do "
mated pufiiri. I wattrvcl.. Twit"! .iid fclft "..., fat Mi.!'",,. )h..rr +>>n.rtl to tr thwarted ant a lin, fondness for ht "'-. ,
1 tin,.:fro* *ir the returnsA nun, the appr.r:aficr of a It"mu' ...2........ #tT rwtre n.detie o.ntr.>it- tr t, al full ..f iasHknrhr cd s"ime alleviation ar '
I: ,.. '.. ....,< 10\Ct wha p .bsl through the rtr-31 -. fret t'-rd tlnm all. ti .*f,,,,uIrallH'uat1. assutnrtl an auf i 10 '.1 by the mother ...,..; tt
A ..... without kcnninjfto l.a\e.; i..f ; i Ugliitl, at tlir prrtrtHlrd paths oMirrrs.isis1asuiHphtd of dittlain. She refused all rxplanatwnstjo sir her wants ,to beguile her heavy .
*. fn ,. nt. She ,,'''''' .... sate r I hrr loirr.and thI"YI'Lr. "ttwurs :u hang about hrr with the ...'
i > rttli the ol tKi,%ant Ird in That
caprxr I angr. very evrmncLim caressing J endearments tor. daugh-: ]
., I, Y ...-....... .*..i .....**-c H'tl. (H A lt}. \\ .I.. .i*. .". l..r. full .ri.%L.tj,."*". err. and tit writ hjr "*rry mr n., if ..
I : j t r apparent JI"UI", hugrtrr, ring tf sits one ..f his tit als ; and asher possible, to supply the place of the *
I unit ;j t ,.4ttxr1M j J .. any wit fcair u..c for troyst eye caught: lilt, fixt"d 'on her son, whom she reproached herselfnth .
1'I.. i/k 'J' w" tp. hJur ces had a singular, aM in "' ,:.... &.tiiu. .t 1.$541.. 1.... ... _.,k .r.ig..d distress. it 'r-ttUr'" ., having driven away.In ,
51 / a .r, Iattttialy ei prrsrtnn. Stir St.J ,s.>c;*' .. in it M.MHfwtM! ivatcmbiartcrf with mutr than u,ualivarity.vias : It the mean time the madea
1 ..n.. ,I g' ,4 tnr<< ""Marx_,'L nnf.U" C c.nlltnc'( ba" \.d"t1I1 k t..u..;: ;fcer i'..rlr pla mate M.t %g drip a fmivhin blow to his lent es prosperous voyage to ship her destined
- tears, bet 1 I prrsNiwt't! ter Sur bet gr ur.'rt at, tw be painful but twits already 10 much impaired by seerrl purL Eugene's mother received
K ) al .< % A. tour iltai 1 utiterr fatlur. 'Ilhere Kas a- v..i..- jar* ,-''' tit' r.asly utH.wa itnt >thrrt d diu,.." I'ndr sin rrsentmenf a letter from him, in whichhe
a ,> I.< <' Noiintitl} 1 ret mfi,fful tlart: btah.lrt"IT. ..d ii .- .tlsigtt ....,.e.- hWtctttt amidsl t loth struggled in his bieaVtand lamented the precipitancy of his
,i I' a da "ir t tu departure. The tvyagrhad given
t .If Iuuf)4'ur. "iudl strilrl' the tuun;;jmen tourhr4 th.*iran halt. aitldllt t'4 mawrr towards tkelidlgn alt it% vtottted ri.rrry. lie retirr tt ; !a.m time for sober rt' .clion. If
-f 1..C: : llMJtll'l or tUC *)Ufl<'. lli.4 'J sotnr |"f the! rtuhtt't't, f"liv.... ,.tsths or uf hngfrti+r. hf'l1d I front brr present with the ha,tvdetermin&tM \nnrtte had been unkind to bim
.f ti i tU Unit of f a tats( ui:'i .H! lhVv'id hrr at a hjUlr dt, .. ctlt .tclit.. steal awaij fiom her }''Ut..ful'CiiMSfia !I n never ta see her a. he ought not to have forgotttn,
wa Itnuii.;lh;; Hi til- r\f,:- lit.r I.\1..h. 1..r .p.W ...ii% k their aniuvrmrhU, i what uasdue to his moher whoa
in ; tt dance tt the fair, h<'Id ..tfof. -.. the c..odK't" .f t'..' ltll, Q'e:' that i. '.. .... Wl.,4r .!..) Wtta tlC *>* gain.A woman U more ronVtderate il hUW' advanced in lie
'.' the di'r..d of Our J"4dv uj.ace. f a little plajif, 'M... fjpeople -,m ...... f, ; its n'r$; to hat fvtid talk Affairs of I.nl" than a man ; to* r aitvelove uied himself of selfishness years.in only,
( A I fiXr all kiud of iu .a- of H.,.ifl. ut luwkapproach listFGa ,, ., If Vrtrt Ik r b..\', ....! Mushiti withiifClirt i% m ,re thr sltHiy swat bun- hMemnglo the suggestions oC "sit ,
out saterry a.Ltg. I joined t;iehapi'l jof r .*rl.. H f lr....rr ti (Ire hi. lrttcr eIC"S iit her lire" Aftttrtte ."**.ii rrlarntrtl own inconsiderable passions Hepremised '
tsioui, ;. ,d fur foI 'ttr ttattr .;4t ibr t I.c wad, *i Uivf (sag trtulf a run. of tat r ind*scrrti'mi sHrfrlt to return with the
'l a... u .ilu.tcd at thr andV.i.< lJrf. tsti "" bcrru f.viie' al.J tlwt shr had ship,
top ttuYKh st r'a tfdb' !tttllrttiul { C (.use its uvrd her N,ver unkind- to make his mind to his db
o.r.1 .a :.tilhr tI"m'CJutfJ IHJ'", limit; *', I ** *<" '." hut tw*.* art 'iij','tciiiuuis >. '. t I) slur felt but blur bee tnlled witliutt pointment, and to think up of p-
a4 tiCr Hit belt uidV !ll' in aid *t ui '-.t.u.C.,m -". It b' inert St". 1.. 4,N l JU 1'tritlt tier iid, <] It u said to liatf test.-n t.x I..UIt'to ......... 'ani c.r.tncd mynf1 :...1tls phtiir ..I.tc. 1at. ., :. w .t fire lac |"artedftcr their quarrelsm Annette, clasping her hands, with
till hurt of Ha*'re Jc fires.. r.rifJ.t} I madv,.enr it.<}* ..tNt R. i )...MistbYi.huntl Qu...,. I. fine fratur\s li...htcit up b vI transport"it shall not be fault
uh.'-li ht't dirt.-r.tI u-iU<'. 'IU HM. : ,. .% + u In i wrr.* .*. .., ..., my
) op, illlociIi' 't' * I %wrr- tdatlrf- .la,"' I tirr-l w.I \t I .....ea-It'Jn. she .tail itttende I ma- if hr rvrr leaves us abase" ..
u'.pVt. side of the S. i"c' 'lu ( .i.'l i +. d. with triad ti<.%% "and trligrfHr r': t.7Nru4s.) tsa It',.... gat ?tit h.d f slay up titti hint at for evening: Th time proached for the ,
Ufa; t., the tt"tit in a 7.a -/ ., i & of tuc urigitwuru'uislst :. .. .. .. ,
cnapt ; ; > prlrt << ". .vll. r. w u- saM in luui tucfri4r .1 uaiftr ; but lit* sudden departurefHevinir Chip's return. She was daily ex-
C: .\If a", .1"fJ;; fh, hro' ',f : 't..h"1') ':1. fur euusrt aattott rI er'sM and \t-fT .f hrr old a"e. HriMtlf \l hrr. iur i.o* |'iunu...Unrrsrftb pettt-d, when the weather became
A C sent ; a wa* budded ti)' trr "*. iron* 'oiyrther. sfteral of the betii/ldrrs Il men in for %rt Mr by !?% .t Mia-rt next they mrt .hc dreadfully tempisluous. Day after
Lrsut'CU <*'i>tth 1 had l,. ....U..fljlIiI't. l .-a<< h oft horn hail wlt..h''C t+. Mrfit but btougHt away l>.Uarr.,1JI vuN amply repay him Lay the day brought news of vessels
.'jn at t ... our s t'.n'r% ",i IIVUlkur coiuiHunii utr, and from thrin all I the girl, txcepting a sol I.- .". .." ..fa lrtfcst reruntlliatsun. foundered driven on shore, and
u.'w, tllCJfld V. 'fKT, Ul ;-thrn" d t ir follow injf panjrularsAasnPetrlrlrrlnr i..1i1.. air a gallant nittrsael .a l1cl thaithencrfurwardslte wouldnever theroastwas strewed with wrecks.
the tipbU e _lit, I ic uhHrt 'uuldiui ;, ta. thr only) scar atross the furrhead. Hebrought --never tease him more I- Intelligence was received of the .
I ; vf iti thr tiuUmr i ass d danghtrr of one of the higher or- bark, howetrr, a "Ialtu.eu''I.uil..cI I hat promise "'iIhut to he ful looked for,ship being dismasted in :
; tt;,. ,tidy era tti'\CllHl. 'i hr tOkd l "orr of farther, or small prtiprictoi by the ,.amp. He wa s filled. Day after flay passed ; but a violent storm, and the greatest
' Kai t'tdiirttrd ':) group of .pra'it '% sib th!') are ,..U.dlIu fin d frank, open grnrrou*, and arils rat llugene did not make his appear fears were entertained fur her iafcf -
bait j*, in...id Ir (...iJht cnin un at I'onl "l'l.e jue, a pleasant tilluge Ills heart: wa quick mid kind n ante. Sunday evening came, thr -
,<1"-ik,'". and .tall! rap ; and l 1 found 1 not fa from 114nilrur in that Its impulses, and was perhaps A usual time when all the1 gaiety o f Annette never left the side of(
ail for fl.,*+'*-| wf tuc tinghbouthoodamiiibkd I nth pastoral 1lrt.f Lower Normandy little softer from bating sufletrd x the village assembled ; but Eugene Eugene's mother. She watched ,r
, \ << +,nttlr/'rtathatctulltl% called the Cats d',\ ; ".- it was full of lendrrnets! for An vias not there She inquired afterhim every change of her countenance
.tt) : kuinmit of Uic hill. Annette U "% the pride and delightof nt ttr. He bad tccciicd frequent ; be bad left the village. She with painful solicitude, and endeavoured .
Thc ct..p'"l of =Notf: Dame dr her patents, and was brought' up accounts of her lions lass mother x now became alarmed, and,-forgetting to cheer her with hopes, .
\.fiuMis a lavounir result +,f the with the fondest indulgence. She .and the mention of her kindness to all coyness and affected indifference while her own mind was racked by
|.tJh4..il Uh of IloHllrUf and IU %'l- was gay, tender, prlulant and susreptible. his lonrl) parent bad rendered her called on Eugene's mother anxiety. She tasked her efforts to :
iity, both foi .plra,Utvand duo0. : All her feelings were doubly drar to him. He had been for an explanation. She found be gay ; but it was aforecdsad uA-
>0." At liiik liiilr chapel! prayre )'- quick and ardent and haling tie- wounded ; be had I bats a priso her full of affliction and 'I learnt natural gaiety ; a sigh from the
tn put up b)' the nuiinn of err experienced contradiction or iirr; be bad been an sarious troubl. with surprise and consternationthat mother would completely checkit '
the l port prexiouB { and \, ueir 'JriemU during their; t nothing but the fiatite braid of her hair, which she bad While his feelings were yet restrain the rising tears, she would ,
i t'J'rrl ;' ,. and toiivr' ollrnnm; are goodness of her heart kept her bound found leis atmJ t had been smarting with brr affected disdain, curry away and pour out her age J
Bung about iu uU| in fulfilmentc from running: continually into er a kind of talisman to hints be badmany and his heart a prey to alternate ny in secret. Every aaxio'illoek
'ows mul.. during time of s hipt ror. k time looked upon it as he indignation and despair he bad every anxious inquiry of the mother .
t+ t audVihftirktrr. The chaprl.1Is ? teal while a child, her surcepti lay on the haul ground, and the suddenly embraced an invitation whenever a door opened, or
fcunouiid\d by ta..el. ()"-r the bility web evinced in an attachment I thought that be might one day see which had repeatedly been made a strange face appeared, was an{ ,
P'tal ii> 4II \stage Of the Virgin which she formed. to a platntate,I Annette again, and tbe fair ficlcIJa.hout him by a relation who was fittingout arrow to her souL She coiwWcrcJ -
LiclJ and Child, With an ill_cri IttCJ"; Kugenr l.al.orgue, the only wit of) I.ill.athe vilUgr, had Cheerird shIp from HonQeurand who every disappointment. *pag
struck Mite :11: being quite a widow who laud in the neighIbourhood. hit heart, and enabled bins Ui wished him to be the companionof of her own infliction, std hrr heart
rttici&l" ; \ Their childish lotejwas bear up against e'trjr uhblp. his voyage. Absence appeared sickened und<<; the care :went ex*' ''
tails dt.1r mrr;prize JK>UT new "' an epitome. of maturrrpas*.on;| Hr had left Annette almost a to him the only care for his unlucky prcssion of.tkt .maternal .eye At' /
On (Mar. of Oat ktt\jn) for CJ') it had itslalricrb( and jealousies, child ; be found her a blooming passion ; and in the temporary length 1 UU/Huipenie t became fa* !
a lei tl )0t ncitr,the| chapel, un and quarrels, and reconciliations j woman. If he bad loved her be transport of bit frcHagt* there! pportaWc>> ...c94 felt f he. 'rillagee .

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such times LATEST! FROM EUROPE. Rca.frr4 That the reident of rice>y. A bill from the i
and haslcnctfllo Honflcur, Loping tion to her friends. At m m States be requctted to cause to be.laid erection, Stoat,

every hour every moment, to receive she will arrange her room, whkhis AOePs(.Ifow.) Ji. irjr;o. bcfbrv u.. $c ate a MAtemcot of thenumber or a monument ove th

sonic tidings of her lover-- all covered with pictures of We atop the tress to announce of cannon aorttn, k howitzer, tomb flr the: lateEldridge otrre .

I She paced the pier, and wearied the ships and legends of saints j and the arrival at this{ port'of the brig neccMuy for the n .*ventof th fortrejc was. twice read and committed,
will wreath while cbapplct, as.if ,* *of the United ftutt.which; have been NEW
with her a 42 TARIFF
stamen of the port inqui- Ontario, Capt. Hanna, days erected since the lint djrof June. 1815, BILL.
ries. She made daily pilgrimage for a wedding, and prepare wed Lizard and 74 from An The* house
a from the I, M weQ M tho* : to the chapel: of our Lady of (il ace, dinJ.onlament.. She will listen twerp. Ctpt. II. hat politely furnished to be bfdh ana not cornpkledr. with itself into t committee resolved of

hung( vptivc garlands on the wall, anxiously at the door, and look us with a London paper of, MI out at the window, as ifexpecting the cspe&KJ of purchjuiny such anruw Mr. Union,
and passed hours either kneeling December 7th,two daft later thin Tamlinlon in the
merit estimate ofuie chair
an aim nece
onc't arrival. Jit r the on
before the alter, or looking out some before received containing. Paris bill
IMr1 far purehMing such a qtunbty of shot providing for thc
from ttic bl'our the hill upon the is supposed that at such times tic dates to 4th Dec. Madrid t,...Kov.,and IMu... of every description, u may be fcctual protection domestic more er- ,

angry sea is looking ,for her lover's return ; bsth, and Verona to the
At length word was brought hut, as no one touches upon the The following are extracta' clMdidu'Kf\AtinK the necessary Business of yesterday.

that the long wished for vessel was theme, or mentions his name in 9 London, Djp. 1. tn.acat for cath (ofV'c",ofa. r' Mr. Cook, of Illinois,
her the current of lirr pttttlont: private nature views gave his
of the deUilt
presence at
On the considerable
in sight. She was seen standing accuracy
into the mouth of the Seine, shattered thoughts i It mere matter of con in the following letter, Implicit reliance and were presented and referred ; favor of the, proposed length bill in
will ,
nnd'thtn she on
, and crippled, bearing marks jecture. Now certainly cannot be placed ; grounds of the general
At an early hour the Senate utility to
make to the chapel ''
t pilgrimage the
a but that the facts be mainly Union of
of having been sadly tempest toss may encouraging domrtac
of 1\ottr Dame dc trace ; where went Into the of Executive !
ed. There general joy dif- true it by no meant inconsistent manufactures
was a for the a1- business, and continued and the constt-
hours at
she will
fused by her return ; and there was pray with probability. onal right of Congress to take
the wish with closed doors until 3 o'clock the
tar, and decorate images ;
and Yf'rotl4.ott.. 76. contemplated
a lighter :
i, not a brighter eye when arrangement of duitcs. -
she has or
that woven
wreaths ;
heart than Annette's, in the 'little The Congress is at length finally .
port of Honflcur. The ship will wave her handkerchief from air |:dissolved. The powers who are day.The Senate adjourned to Ion- Mr. Malary spoke for some time

came to anchor in the river, and the terrace, as you have sewn. most impatient for war with in support of the measure, in
vessel in the distince. a.n- .
after boat ofT for the there is any have consented to the saver to its
shortly a put Spain, try opponents, developing
he infcrmiSd, IInt Sr. or IUI.Ur..r.'T.'TI.r..CI.Ir. ,
crowded UptvarcU of a year, of before in the of
shore. The populace Deflect negotiation they course his speech, the

,down, to the pier head to welcome had now elapsed without effacingfrom trait commence<< their grand crusade. Williams s. C. from the productive view of the imports
her mind
it. Annette stood blushing, and An official remonstrance rithrr Committee of Claims, reported a exports under the old tariffs, their

smiling, and trembling, and weeping of insanity ; Mill her friends hoped has been, or will be immediately bill from the Senate tor the relief effects, 3
; for a thousand painfully plea- it might gradually wear nay- I dispatched to the cabinet of of Samuel Walker and others,i derate and gradual augmentation

ding emotions agitated her breast They had atone tii.ie rvtmnrdhrr Madr.d, demanding such an alirraticn without amendment which of duties, and the greater manufac-
; was
distant of the nnhopes
at the thoughts of the meeting to a part country in the Constitutional syttrm committed.Mr. tore domestic fabrics, cc. A f.

and reconciliation about to take that a""c.lIc.f.um t1st' scenrtconnected + at will at least render it anal. \\. from the time ter a speech of an hour's length-
with her might
place. story to that or Portugal and Mr. Rhea delivered' his
nh" jogous, ; committee, nude in unfavorable sentiments
iflrct but n
Her heart throbbed to pour it hate a salutary ; I place the Crown beyond the reach report on the petition of idwaulart'J' against the imposition of
her mdam returned -
sellout and her periodical holy of popular control. In case of re- what he deemed a tax the
atone to gallant she bcramr rt-tlrss and 1 ( ; which was read and or- upon
lover for all its errors. At one more and .u.al, Ruuia. Austria,and Prussia drrrtl to lie on the table. people of the United States, so enormous .
wretched than usual scarilycsra
she would herself in 'will giie their fullest sanction to as that contemplated
moment place friends I )t Williams also! made an an. m
: fiwm her set out
a conspicuous situation, where she foot(s isg uiihout knotting the road the hostilities which the Ultras of favorable' report on the petition of the bill, in the shape of imposts,
Oil and
catch his view and Fiance are so anxious to com- tinder the fallacious
might at once, the \\ illiam 11. legion which was
of her to
surprise him by her welcome ; but HI one pilgrimages' .. mrner-and there is nu doubt that ordered! to lie on the table. of promoting the people's in.

the next moment a doubt would chapel. the Army of Observation will soon Mr. Khea, from the Committee lerests. Mr. R. spoke at some

come across ,her mind, and slit-' This lisilr story rntirrly. tlrrwtny crust thr frontier. on Pensions and Revolutionary length upon the subject.Mr. .

would shrink among the throng. attention frwm the gay scene of 1'ngUnd will not, under such Claims, to which was referred a Daylics of Mass. said he (

trembling and faint, and gasping the fetr, and l fisted it upon thr circumstances, become a party to hill from the Senate for the relief was opposed to striking from the

with heremotions Her agitation bc.autifulIIII'ttf' While she -a, the measure, fur she sanctions thr of the representatives of James 'I bill its enacting clause, and was

increased as the boat drew near yet standing on the_ terrace 0.rsprrlirll principle of an armrd intervention McClung, deceased: ported the also opposed to some of the i-

until it became distressing ; and \''' was runt fn W IhrnrigWring only in case of the Constitutionalists same without amendment which terns in the bill. Mr. I). explain

it was afnosi a relief to her when ch I'tf'I. ijjhr 1 Ijstrnril bring determined to put the seas t"ommiuul. ed what appeared to him paradoxical

she perceived that her lover was fora moment, and then drawing asniall King. to death or insade other Mr. Ithea from=the same com in the details of the bill, and

nut there. -She presumed that t.fJ.t from her I'OM'ITI, countries. mince<<, made an unfi.oraMe report stated his reasons in favor of the

tome accident had detained himon wai\rd in that dirrriiun. hrtrralof hit (ireeVs art to hr left| to the on the petition Alexander I measure generally, at large. He

board of the ship ; and she felt thr pcasarttM fiUr write %i- good faith of Turkey, who has McNish ; which was read and or- objected particularly to the increase

that the delay would enable her to lemr; and 1 felt .i much interested gitrn to l.ord Strangfurd a conditional drred! to lie on the table. of duty on woollens, iron,

gather more self-possession for the nut to do the am(". pledge of future moderation Mr, Ithra also made an unfasorabte paper, ke. and enumerated' other
meeting. As the boat neared the towards them. the of items to an increase; of duty Ort

shore, many inquiries! were made The rhapel 1, at I laid IK fore, it The London editor remarks on Job \Wood report which on was: petition read and which he was: favorably disposed.The .

and laconic answers returned. At in the midst. of a :rwtron the this-that it is the most finical concurred in by the House. committee then rose ; and

length Annette heard some inquiries high promontory. I'hr inside it of all political farces, deliveringthe On motion of Mr. Ithea the then

after her lotcr. Her heart hung round with tusk tnotlrK of lambs to the tender protection on
palpitated ; there was a moment's slips, it rude paintings .,f trtk,,, or the .olf. Claims was discharged day next, at 12 o'clock.

pause : the reply was brief but aw and purls at sea awl prondrntial Vicar, Dtt. 3. from the further consideration of Previous to adjournment, Mr.

ful. lIe had been washed: from the trailers, the soti U" offerings A letter from IwhsUntinoplrstates the of Eh"our Scott andit McLane gave notice, that he
petition ;
ot captains and crew that br should, on Monday next more again -
deck, with two of the crew, in the that a F.uropran (urn mrt- was then recommitted to a committee
midst of a stormy night, when it 'been say rd. On entering, Annritr J doll house, established in that city, u f the whole. to take up the bill regulating

was impossible to render any atsistance. paused for a mum fit before a r t- has prrsentrt to the "PoMr a plan Mr. Campbell of Ohio, from lmnortsand Tonnage ; and

A piercing shriek broke lure of the virgin, wlmli. I oJiwntrd II II.1 for a loin of forty millions of the Committee on Private Land The Speaker communicated a

from among the crowd ; and An- had rrirntly I lrrn dec orated Turkish It .U,,.,. Should this (Claims made- on the letter from the Comptroller of the
had with a wreath- of artificial flutter. : report petition Treasury transmitting a list of
nette fallen
nearly into the loan Iw really nude, it will be detrimental of Vidal
Joseph accompanied balances the books of
waves. When she reached the middle of standing on
the ftrrrki who
bf bill for the relief the
The sudden revulsion of(crlingsafter the chapel 1 she knelt lion n, amid favorrd by liar t".h.u,ted .l a *.., of Jaclntha the Fourth Auditor of the Treasury I,
those who followed lire in%' t1iitii.. rK Thomas which hate remained unsettled
such a tranai.a.tcl..r..fk.ppine state of the 011,....n Tieasurs.ftalvoy Vidal, Thompson and
was too much fur her bar- rily did the same at a little distance.The UK I. : which ,or appear to 'have been due
Margaret Thompson was
evening sun shone uftlt' tfmj more than three year prior to the
rassed frame. She
was carried The distress itf this country is read and eonimittrd.

home senseless. Hrr life was for the thrtjutrrd grosr inroorif win. tiM- ., ,.... ..,.....*t height 1 hefr Thr resolution tf Mr. Jennings, Josh September last ; which was
dow of thr A read and ordered to lie on the 1:1.
chapel. IH'rrrc.ttdl.
tome time' despaired of, and it wa> are srry fix gentlemen ef 2fOo |u s mittrd jrstrrday calling on .
months before she recovered her ness reigned within and this mil. illuuItf'r annum (nominally; the Secretary of the Treasury in tile _

health; but the never had perfect ness was the snortirnprrssisrrin- who can show their faces out ol relation the collateral security
to lluSlJ."EnnU"RY X
ly recovered her mind : it still remained music tra\trd and Math merriment for distant sound f'1nIa.of.. doors fur fear- Lf being arrested. tUinrd in 1921, fir SI6,,'J1, 1 IS sr.M.tTK.The .

unsettled, with respect to Piuiuiutis very cheap.vytfinr. deposited in the Vnieennr Hank '
fair. I could ttttl tale nsv ofl following was cc'ecived ,
rye message
her lover's fate. // Der. 4.Irnmrnse failure character
time'" the
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from the of the
poor flJ"J.I..nh'r lips from the President
of .
"The subject," continued quantities warllVe of such collateral ,security .
my moved at she tuld her brad, tauttier United States :
informer "is tutetfhtinu(" to arrive here dad). considered and
never mentioned! in tee. kc. was a-
prautfcurrr<: brrailtrd in .| The TV Scnt *tAt ViuttdSuun.
her but she sometimes building in which militaryoffenders .
;f hearing ; doptrd.Mr.
1r.'U': It might Ianc been mrrfancy memorial from
It eJ
hue eta late a
hitherto lren ink ree *
i speaks of it herself, and it seemsas Nankin's resolve, also UiIim :
dx lint by the scene, that is to be conerted intu a bar the Ljrt uU r 'ouncil of the Territory ot
though there were some the table requesting
vague as she ram-'! her rjr* tu hcatrn, 1 rack. yrstrrday Flunta..onibKeuserYtnterertuiCtotneof
train of impressions in hrr mind thought had of the Pfrtulrnt infurtnation fun- .M..btt.\nt the Ttmtuty.1&nd J*> to
they ,
in which hope and fear are "I rxprrtsi.untruly 1..tltI., !ks. 7. rrrning titles and claims to I land u.. Un.ln Slat", which "cquire lc i:*.a.tr .
Hut I '
scrapbir. am aily affected //j///ia.f 2 ..tIN'.-An tare prni4" ''n.I >mnut the.a.n, tu Con-
strangely mingled ; some imperfect by female brauty, and thcrrwassomrthibg from< Parts announces the express its Florida, wa\ likewise taken up g're.s......l'1KutUJ1tCW lt to their'eoMKIu.AlWA. .
idea of her lover's shipwreck in thu hourly anal agrred It>. .
mixture and yet some expectation of his lute, deration, and partial insa'si- rxpectatiou of the Duke/ of Wellington' On motion of Mr. Luthroji. of J.VMK3 1tOltOC.J. .

return. that tuus arch\al I there. Humur Mass, it was ......., 18'11.
was ineIIJltJ."ibl hs.iug.
ty ) '
*! Her parents have tried adds, that the 1 renth (i- trrnnirnt's 1&t--4 11..t Lr e>mnutf e en \Vi}s The message was read, selected

to cheer her, and to banish everymeans drtennin.tiun, in regard tuSpain .".1 )Ieaa. bco ,,,.t",ttrt t.. i.......,... mintae to Committee on the Judioi.arand. ;. \-,

these gloomy images from her As the pour girl left the rhiprl suspended until thr arri- 'fM't&.<
..t of shah the ( ewoiwrs 4" the vati'g
thoughts. They assemble round there was, a sweet serenity in her % the Dukr"- idrgrte if httl- I........ u.....r it* (.ct. tub..n t-f the *eflUrth ; be printed.
A her the young companions in looks r and I was told that the tattoo in the Cabinet of Franrr pwett if. ISI:'..."Utlr\l An act

whose society she used delight ; would rrtuni boinr, and! in all probability which we cannot but consider im 1111'1,, for the Icnij.iH. .n of the pub. IICVSK or arrarssstsrlYEls.: .

and they will work, and chat, and be calm and cheerful for probable.CungiT Itc debt" tniT pirehaw. that prttnnof Mr. llernandctlaid; before the
toe public lu ting, and laugh, as formerly ; but day, and even weeks ; in which t..hALk tift the h. star 01 Juutary. 1n23.! House a copy of the law passed! by*
the will tit silently among them, time it was %uppo.rd that hojwpred'imiuatrd *,
and will sometimes weep in the in her mental malady ''", JANUAKY Jl, llUJ.IN it ., id of September, imposing taxes
midst of their and if ; and that, when time dark .1eI.) wNt Itev luch
gaiety ; spoken .l\t9 That thr Committee on upon thcterritoryuf Florida u
will make butt of her mindas her friend call it, SC.XATK F ntbr m tr\ictnl tu ennltt table and
to, no reply, ohitions2y was ordered to he on the
look with streaming and was about to turn up, it would hr The supplementarypcnsion act ** the propriety of pUrirtfrthe name
up eyes be printed.
sing a dismal little which known by her nrglrcting her distaff, Isis"rn the House of Hrpretrn-- of njunift 1 run on the l'ci ....n IML
song communicated
the has learned somewhere about or her ,lace, singing plaintive .org lathes, and the bill for the reliefof Mr. Wright moved that; thr The Speaker a
James ) hour ol ill this letter from the President of the Unted -
It makes one's and waning in silence. Morrison west received, daily meeting
a shipwreck. every severally twice read by general House be tt r/t>r o'clock instead States, transmitting! a memo
heart ache to see her in this She from slit Council *
way eharlviithuut
passed on content and referred.Mr. of eleven a* recently agreed upon vial from the Legislative "
for the used to be the happiest noticing the fete, but rii. Florida, on sub.
Williams' Tenn. from the which motion was decided atlirmatUrly of the Territory
creature in the village. ling and speaking to as she to the inhabitantsof
many Committee on Military Attain, -ayes 1.s. hors 39. jests interesting
She the of 'passed. 1 followed hrr with laj the Territory and also the U*
passes greater part reported- a bill to establish a National The future meeting of the House
the time with Eugene't mother ; eye as she descended the wind J1g Armory on the western waters. will be at U o'clock M. until sited Slates, requiring Icgis i latih*

whose only consolation is her society road towards Hotiilcnr, leaning on further order thrr u t. interposition whichletterwat read

and who dotes on her with her father's arm.M Hraven," Mr. W. from the same Committee The Speaker communicated a''' and ordered! to lie on the table : .
mother's tenderness. She is the thought I, has ever its store of .
reported, agreeably to instructions letter from the Secretary of the
balms. for the hurt mind and Feb. 1.We .
only one that has perfect influenceover wounded a bill directing the paymentof Treasury transmitting information WASHINGTON,
Annette in mood. The spirit, and may in time rear up the in stating that
every Ceorgia militia claims for in pursuance of a call made' have pleasure;
poor girl teems, as formerly, to this broken flower to be once more services rendered during the years upon his department, in relation to the Senate did yesterday' aduae ,

k'' make an effort to be cheerful in her the pride and joy of the vallej- 1792 '3, and '-1, These bills were the operation of the 7th section o and consent to the rattficaltan of ; .

company s bnt will sometimes The very delusion In which tlie' severally read the first timr.Air. the act supplementary to an act to the
gaze upon her with the most pile- poor girl walks may be one of thc: Smith,of Maryland agreea regulate the collection of duties on in this city, in June last, ..'

;, out look, and then kits her gray mists kindly diffused by pro (i.,! bly to notice, asked and obtained Imports and tonnage, passed the Ii and every article thereof. .,

lairs, and fall on her neck and deuce over the regions of thought,I, leave, and introduced a bill making 30th of April, 1811, and in relation .

'ts eep. when they become too fruitful of an appropriation(of glOO/XX to alt abolition of certain ports of,I A rumor Is spreading, which .i.

p ," Stab not always melancholy, misery. The veil may graduallybe a year, for tea years) for the gradual entry i which letter was read and I has no better foundation we pre- i '\
ttewerert occasional in raised, which obscures the 1.0tbon armament of the fortrcs- referred that Spain. .
she bat new to the Committee of Ways same, than conjecture,
tenralt when the will be,bright and of her mind, at she it era- set *f the United State which and ;Meant. has cede the Island of Cuba to L a-

Animated far days together ; butthere bled steadily and calmly to cyn- bill arcs twice read and referred. An engrossed bill for the relief Great Britain This, were it true :C .

is a degree of wiWncss attending hidden the sorrows at prettnt Mr. Chandler submitted the follow of James Morrison, was read a would be Newt indeed. The rumor t 'r ;

these fits of gaiety, that prevent In mercy from her view: teg resolution for considerations i third time, pasted, and tent to the I originated in a suggestion, IP ;\\71,

their vicldiBg any tatufac- (To be concluded Incur nett) .a. I Senate for It% concurrence. I hazarded In the Lo .'.-'Courier.it' .



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2 JJi:: .1 It'r> t. Uvfftf.female a* sre do frnta 1 1i./tap the in reference being to tuadef the previous"we presume Mission 1\rudr.d a 10i Logy 7T. ;\1fIft 16 a 18j Hew-OrleAM Lu. p, U. (n.C.) I I W. Hasell Hung :
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-- S.\1 l A1. ..,. 11,11tt_"! .. 1K. '(", atidlh{ .WJus imposAle frofo the States. .16. ..34LF.JChanpBtt1 HAS aaaortment an of extensiro and rrmtr.
1' '3t dutinee) that our remontUincrsam s on London 60 days 1

,I' -&s bait lkkn1lint'.1. I.} the 11'arfFUfll against. ptvpoul detrimental 'lo u*, From the ChafttrtonMOIlALITritr CO+itrl 111 ptuI. do. Brit!** GcrX none do. Law, D Medical Theological

a M.l.tan wl j COURTS. rrancv.5 10 1 cI ChuieitOft"J .s do. MJsce1Ianeoit
to and
artnitiit, i.pcn
J. rise !h ,\ .,! 1ltace 1 to the It-mneaN nc.'. N Tht IJrdtA brd Coy{lapin. f | do. Mew (rieana, MaiTV -
J tin v ". r+.r+XTv t +" s we ttrigtt tea 11
.. hriJgitv the hatinu+, the ('O"'t,. m
cable route. qf Guernsey are Ite- E
fc or tint? tbe arts uEoure enemies Mould Ntacaum i>. '.trtl
llic Quart*'n.w.trr for this %Utkint c.u fore us. They relate to the coo ...1..
"r l -bich
MiCa in uttaehinjj us a taM heoun he will leD at the New.Totk
J l'dH'41 i h"U'UCl91'; to fun ii4i the duct of the Kiitg of and ha* lately 1 been decided in the Court price 4 ;
t. 1. 1ft tjt. ..bI.1.a'wn. if Hi '.tlio- England, by retail with aHbcral discount whole

I. ,_.u'h.'. fadlitit..u.l il tJ. {1H't. 'na\tl 4. Mati 4l1.t been more cat*ful of the ruin af his Quren. tiher prate of Common a a&p and picas that where the total Ion sal e purchaser,. **/ t

.' \\ork will tw 'f.mml'ucnl itrut.ct. .or the forme to hive been the cargo occurs, the Insured W. II. II. would
w' '. ur hbtrtHT* than tatty, our brctlsrty al'. upon an open policy on freight re. respeetfuUr suggesl
'. ,.. h'.-='HiKroad in a military p++inta *fm i to''IN" and the Utter the tictim of Hits< female row upon a renersl average cf may the sail to ooks these who may shortly be m want of
liar :
all ingarat uirt--atid In other rr'' IAOO. We tn this r rreifhtt without deduction uf ttationary, that they would dwell
: country
lutia I % list T..at ty by which Fltridie4k any charge* to improve the t

I( r',, u ." *>l 1t't1 hrnrf r..1 to this ,ltlsrt' ".a4 *.l to tin luted Mates laa'it'- ran feel, nW that we are divorced comiivrtnt such on the arrival of U* sup! i u he will remove his present establishment opportunity from,

Y., +I'. h'orboc,1.-\t prtwttt the rntr cum! tk.
.:, I t.Hitc, to U..IT.1ncat i* fifteen n> I4fs, in the habits tc manners of Courts. dues. and they win not then be able to supply
the l'1 iii+H" upon rise same term aa the [tS+J G;** rap'. themselves
bad r\ttl-a t1d dlt" Hut on U reasonable terms.
MI 1 a tcr, pmt a perusal these Confessions
tither t tfmttmc hate been .tmut"\l.; andjl' Q3Ordcr from a distance
'1ill mb((' the c.li..nc"t' \u\ci* will serve to illustrate few are sofictUd 1
;'' the |'nip+al vf thec newspaper rite" and will be promptly attended to I sad
; :"t .. rtUe"-1It1' trool" t'lll s' t" i important troth executed on the same terms if

1 :.: ': 111 U'Al'da t.it' foil, fum thl rm'' cniw i they nuy be staled arc Dot The artficial distinctions In s chaste was present. u the pur
t.1..I ant !IN' lifttrnnl to with o'l 4
nuanrttt in torte tiiirut I *, "tit' "'." fmnviy amwe ciety, attic to gift to vice extraordinary Peniacola,March 182J-t1
rr h. R' ,naj afel> i indulge our hu*
,. read 'ti.> It t ouM '( ,1il't- uh tAt facilities-that they tend

"I un'b ;' +n K'v. haH ..\ hour WHIT tit roMwwfiting upon them and Join to pollute innocence to JOB.IT 8.1"L'E
:__ oppress
.n l'*luJtth lucre their ipiuMncv and TIE

HI'u ,rtda 0" th, .r ch.\. rt1t1/d4 lit virtue, and to warm and excite all Store
''T'u: ptoj'lcof C' .t art" .un-
.v -' r IIIVM'i nt.ittr fmm M,.' alt 1'1". <'nr ,\ the paragraph frrnn the I. the bad passions of our nature i

: . nI\''n I}ltp..nl; b tin f.H.ta III'r ", .It "* ik but ttle.rfrciqul' the that they are actually a curse to COf'FEE.llaYannah white green

bl ... fur tftI $"uth those who enjoy them and a snare Sew-grieanf in
.11' ol- onh "nc i.i to n 1"r f part of tbetr argnm-ut* set su nr barrels +

1 'Il tic,!let /l1 ,:.,' t1t, r, .:. cat' tanll /., frnm 1H1mM'tKW'tJ we maj j.l e against their happiness. Vort nr ieiftftcoa.RNTCRRDf Prime Whiskey

:... ,:'. tIlt' "I\'t;.' .,1t, tli ln+. ttHtrhuif train; a. it cutttata* their I That apparent friend* are area Lard in Pork kegs,

krnw 1'''IT". t '"'irri.i -1ilt rth chrruus and you arc most in danger
hie u< td I RtfMhitr N a,trait of the argument d).

.1', in IIll, ... :. ,.\ ,Lt' . I1m.i.'n ar. .0 + Skfcr.
a* That a wicket is Tom ,hiel.ls Pursyth, N. (hlrln,. Cotton
.. .. ', woman bagging
la-re in jr*' *: t. rinJ (41110"hw. I J (hr. Anna Mahina. r
Dijton, West India. hale
[l i TIP "1.ptH Cia thir .l-..e .. .' *l A-ge:theth J'>1+X "1hr farm rat tray tarn jtitri.t*i i1H" wickedest of human being Sin, 4hr lIC'mitttle qai ., ew.Meaas. Swedes Rope Iron, t,

zc.+ and ..hIt.; t''" r "t.t thl'1 t+nialbrtefa a" "-d..nlft".thef I enamoured of the purity of his chr. '.... Wjrcr, htw.httr; Plow moulds,

MId poil, holds it forth in eager and $ Ilirvn. JtHntife, N'twYork.ri.r.ARr.n .
,00,110,UJ14.t.U thc c.r n1" t.1t't" "-.I. last the angle hi nt rst tu Superfine flour

u itJlout the tl'M"' .'fa til',! ..t1ftSI,1IU ttn riK.ra+,rl.1 1 otis Germ of gn.srm atn ferocious triumph.-Perhaps it i is Crates crockery aborted,
bccautr there are few sinners among att. Ft. ,Anthony Kaich, N.Ortean Glaa ware,
., \11s. .
,' t,1
r-l1f' t *
} (rr And >r ad, tit* .tatr ,if,'I ,
ama&o..1 frmalri, that those who are car. Parific Ila Do.stir. )rol Met in barrels
Cthjn !,crc,\a* tl.ru.u into cntd a' arr. .
?; atrf4arMpsrtrutftaf. ,. Tom {+thicLls I)"! Sweet Malaga wine
so, extraordinary .
ki in, lastsunmur, b\ the tetn'>lc rat a.noi ftaM. W..t HiHvliMMtI4Wcr4tf t'Ian. portion >
i.n' 1 Uow Vc.t*f;-a..J after I' her&" M 4 tnjlll""U"I tlsw pn of the at*-lturta L This book, if it be true, must Schr. t'.ertan, \)tr. lr,. do. brandy,

Uirte hOt tatftr satisfy the most sceptical', nf the New-Orlean rum in btrre!
sift t rvturn to town wa* maps *f rite .. ta
cruel and to Mariner Chocolate
sus.jin- ,
wrongs enjurir
for 'h"1 lKwnl to do am bur 1M* -thr I: I'"t\c p bat .t..
IH'Jn.apau.f'r rd by the late Juren. It is not improbable Kit 1'ac.. P..r Si...,". Young Ilyon tea.
It .
'. in "k'
n onoftheir.se* "" Itra, tntt arrrtrlr, tt..t" ./p Abek+ .. Asi. t rUH rrarrwrtot" Manufactured tobacco
that her like
t) 0'to rite Dirt Hr.-t" J":'.; Unindin ef ilMr dbfttne, *nU dca Hctrti The public arc informed that this settlement IJ-erpooll"OUnd salt in sack*,

""\1 tor .Lr.t..fU... . 19.1lr. t1.,1s -d a a ditrewt:4t,. that of Napoleon, may fUr in terrible was commcnreti, November 19th Turks Itla! do.

tbi! lss.1 1 r..ul.r..r her oppressors. 1873 by J.-W.u .\ppltby of New.port Shot aborted,
t Rankin su'taittr d tic f.! If an t4 Apt.-it.N'd in till t.
M the Hrithh Nhrs l U5d John ,
U..utiull.lIi.lny e stir \V r. ..ofa porter
IOWin resolution; t1 bt tt. .all ., /-'..r,,** rtat'l'dw.. ;
{ ( h if Cbm in
g an' Swff\. \ wine eases
I y Monarch : a erase fur his wife Immediately st the W e.t ,
ft/r inibrniation, !lies one dries ""li.11| '1.\r rat 4 01 Wtfim**. at. in Hrunsuu k, and a .rate for his rtrlr.tthr Key, which be. in Utitude 21. Muitanl m boxes

//.-.",''A Tint tic! rrrHi'.,.1 ref the ff 'ts ,ltrti f. _tel iMt luktc UUhM**! *'u UN is settlement, wbere there i. a Sperm candies
111u ,,.,. lUlrrta.iry
in M .
ius b, h-q'H"t"f! ta mf,rttt!,,* II rMt*< ...1'1h. t' tt t .r b it affMnnm ar it A"t', Y c fttiH' dst .tAfT UfCI... This port ha* the a,l- Mould do.

tt .;1' (owrnlatm''rr .p..nt.1 for M- .bor ". .! j'. t" II'... glritret .1/, i' rise nu" of(*etitou%. rarrugc.alalur ant t ..cHwit harbor.nuthrd Domestic plait drapes
riMf, of .set naiitutg title* .M ctajtn She fu dlr% him in infancs, feed Sat that p"'flmton a, ( wtthrx> Sfmtjnjrs .Heetjnirs checks kc. 8tc.
t b'.1 ri ia ha la'.a.i.ujf rt) ttvir mtrrtailtr- paper. pctlrrrcrJluMR Kt--h.-I b.. JJ! L. & C1IA3. C. KLYSCK.
ni t. *ad dieurged the duties .i. ith <,d h'.n..l by tenure. t'Is.dt ''slatwartd. inspires 'miiMMMof all kirul tort bet eth Mwbu March 8-tl

or if .Jt>. "( tttrm hate resie wd.r . .t1t a ... 9f.ICrerf/a AmiAII with courjt, equips him llhlearning rwr be *a unfortifnate a. to r' on the

J etc I, or rrfue 1 to act anil if an) reg 1f11 to the ".+ sis+sataeo 3tt1t ft. brings the past for his in I lelfttla uur 1/'r.tr l"rTruhC.'t1+!that ,hQo NOTICES F

n -f tit (Onmai4l..fH1t"it"n! d .Marcc tit t1r+. 1..rne.r it .. talc. structicn. jields the future to his thnR cm mr part (that attention and .i>. S hereby given,that all penons having
the duties nni{ liim '''U1-II"".1rr ..II be e' .m. a iirut the of
*r in-r a'v it"% hopes, and as entireIrshiscia. ) nrjfUrtrd 1i rtlw estate Akranderieu
d' the eomptnt.itM>Talki_<.tl for the' to PI k rtoi+ mJttT}, .il imptrw+4)a j dk with Of'.en, ,ttrw' wreaths vr l limmurtality immrtUtr rrlef of the unfortunate 1' *deera, d,rand exhibit them for tettlcmcnt -

t, '. ua' cc of the ,ln ir. prccnbrd In> denand1'tfti our rrtrtiicc.r. I tn.gt r. .\t pre.cnt there are four fami. withm month to entitle tbeat

-,'t fur a-.ct',1.7Jluhg Ltlnj .1m cWn:. tear* .to"darn' .',.aad. tr ot''!t I tin his |;ravr. Themost W. h vjinjf at tINs pUce toed pofaU 4 tn adi,nlefMlof the +tatethentabettsale. '

.(I m Honda.IN. three.jean mere ther. prubbtr _ill fearful pang of death is thrideaofofilmuB. beens.a.aanr, e tt..anal an! West Imia And all burnt not demanded within fire

";un, i.j .direct Sts.1 (..ncfttmt a (emni.. I f Sou shall harso fret thme. nptdlv, anal surpasses w tr fear*, will be entirely barred. All perMM -
-on.'lt', in THE n.omiiAS. arraltNl ,. lilt; that roplc shall not miss ttar411t Mjtune esprctatwnSatrr inatr.tratelr *. owing the taki estate,are required ta '
stNt it..ti. .
The Florida Herald 'OUIw tm die, will have at the etttement u not .c? make iromrdiate payment to
trongltif1 gl.tnr. u t.re r. _a k1-nla 11sa1rs k ) you rw.L Iwt at it* duunu" fi,e putts .t John Lee William
=orates a of thr In cd to littl t'srfulitrssis '
separation tun be ha
and Hwntiiiile. purpose
aikl Aft rnlrresaaKr '' nut lgtxiit, anil *"ir UntJjr u,
t I 'des. In pursuing the subject rtitimirtft will |rubabl wtr.t t httr 1, for test ofsirtties and rnlightcued .#t. >faLrgc * March R-4rr.
'i\ :;ir 4th ult. the editor com } I I usefulness embalms repntati I. and case.
threes ct\ll' fnrwfi
a* at tk t now ra1'.t. : 1
TT'iues with the following Lr t.It calarw n. Jf IU"'rl" .. T.
para 1'M
ng a. Calarbaliar NOTICE
,.1i :-. fWxJi$ are not .rf arteJ firalwr m I rl Upon the ..rt".1Ir" Ioi* - -- --- IS hereby given, that all persona haT ,
--- ;
*rifT". Fail t f\,*,-1'1.f.next grot w! + stx,+t t nor g""oK"a j4 rmMrttlier ", i 3aTrln' ajUt si,it at the cite or tilraato, lie wasinforrnt Nr. .nrR -Inpftrwunce of a nluton r. churn* againstthe estate of John lat.e t

\J" -i,'lul.e, to ur/.v. in ( T"f a r yes > ,migrnetun.J a tMof' Ah' t. t i *! that a number of thrfolkwrrs ref the I!****! AUermen of the *. Ctuptn. deceased, mutt exhibit then
f v I
t of. ..* t f".1t W .t II,)ri U, u fun"|. d.. lttttecsrd J of lira ty *>f |*.n+*rr ta, of the JTmh ult. the el.e. r ithan *it months to entitle them to a di.rxieml .
, pru m etteht tTcnvtirj t.orsl lit his expedttieft -
r ttarirgws.graphica1lr'r.it Mi. The tease **f an .Herman fret the thin war*!, .n of the ratite, then to be m dmlIIcUim .-
(, 'ff'u.t. tufi d,fctricU,nnitni, ;U that of' t.iT m numrncalbtrxf stttcs>gtlrt Isrtrglrt agafust the pruitice ofTrx tW .. M t.. U Hrkley rewjrnct. .\ not exhlb.tedithin 6reianiUb tall '

Tar' line t I.at v panu*tlen +t Jir' rnen .110 '1Yf' cply %, wrrC in prawn in that t..I' bed un Vfnndiv. best. lath i.,t. (ran < rlnajlbarretL All pcrwn

",' fa ,.!achiuh titer, \htci+ cmpurv it. of pl-cr. He immriliatcl 9 o'ckxk m rise mjr bit 7 saying the ear! estate are
.. . ,arc opuwon, Hut riser arc ,. I went | t u iMig m thee requested to
fie (ilpb of Mtxieo in& wrUijr thrtn ..SM;. at the !*** *( Jttt.ta L.opc nuke uMnethite payment to
'. ( KM awl tn popultKm-i asyl aMNj.ur ;t e sec and IahK a In cl*
v. 11ondabubliyrurng .
ttii 1 nett tair.r t. tyrr' .t..Lfk"YU' John Leeilliams
,,TIT "' a Jt.f.J utritjn to form the sly .. Mill. fib <*- sr tree Hale Jw-tJ .Ik sysnpatb for their deplorable situatMHi 'h'.U..l .

r (ml;,h, vhilcVr Fknda .1J'f'trtH"1 "r.urn cL.tl1t"t.-J..u .le be, *1pr iii'rrtrdrd with the .:ttt- .hC. last. S Cs'It.l".apnr ....,.. ..Idminittrator.March .

,- -I:.,.tg AkhjUktMi'liC+"nt smptntet lute rttt greaarr ...pt fa trout f t.r their rrrasr. aMl lire) 8-tw.
t t"pt \\Ubama iff that .t a t.A'd..rt \ d*poJcion d l rn Si
calf thin wr pr.f.ut.ts+ls ta iv wrrr, at his instance, sent to T am. \ '
'i fji'i're ititetitlfti JO rrwliiv leer r itb', : ski < .btt>K frclu W dr fr,rruA .ot ice.

,H, ':ir naps if be t<*intrj+ vill bed it, to, Wti at Utr *. IicJ noa.f t.d pM u ..UNJal mi hoard the Jk* cteertMMi de Ahferman prey 1'1 its lUrn Lt. persons indebted to the

:. ."*te tlu. part ofllie .ubjrtl.MHe that "!t..1.tq+,. .ali ever I amps y .Itl "u. They were & in ...umfx't.r'rft e Ida ,(attk t., U. tUrkbwr unfl. :\ tape lIu.ch Young dec'd estate are of

nigbt/Jultlf hanadded I .t, .t .r, ., .. M ,. a* &k", ta (t. l.n.lisli, \fIIrru,Uti. and 'art el l.,tme* 1-, .kl comentr alnllc t|.ic trtl to make imnxdute pay sent.re-- .

dL' any thing like a dir"tJ'. be beard m tIM ..<.t.a'+ 1'Jd.u efuthrr nations, lit! IbJ let destilutr be teak H 4e b (luftan* H*ta U*T ."W\4. TlKMC having clams agautrt the said n-

cf 1f'ment cJmmun.catlfJn is n..tb des, tt .t *i.i W u ties .4' tlhJra rear. of rnrans, and wretchedly en.h.... lnW'o Nm..1Ap.c-. Utr,arr hereby notiti! Out by the 28lkrcbiinof

'.. expected for .bsre "fir a r lt.f14, ckd. th1 oHiK rrs .f the Ja4tn slaty ass ..... I.,& 5 t r'...'tnJ.t. .. the.l act of the Legislative Couo .
a September
century to _. pprutr both 18ZJ. enti
come, HIt' swatnjm, pJhdth''ht tie Nbti +r J tr, t, ...+tk: .a.. with A li.-rainy highlf. urdu..r.ac. -- .--- -- --.. lied, ,\n act reguLung Letters of Admtm4r -

''' fi"rt.S and dutancct prct -nl olx"u'titn '. atad fit.. .JuodK' ./ tinii tiitanM: a f 1 lfcwwlc raised a subscription and furbish* .\SSIZI01" HUKAI). twn. letters Testamentary, and the

not be tilt this atia$SMtwm a1 r pw.t. HI them with comfartahlr apparel. r ll>rtm\i.\III.Y to the nbnance 01 lube of Admi/ujtratars Executors sadtwartlian."the

i re noitd, intrr rc'pting racy or rarly that to kaye., jtr. .lareJ t.e 1t'tiar.. . Lyon tau am .l of the ship at \ the Hoard df Aldermen of tb* I7th same will be barred if not ,
.u.j"b- '11I fvt f'h.urntith fife )cars nd by the
rv hart the of the
ry wetght bil
'J .'ri''V' interroune which I -- -- lIat..., riyltUrri these unfyr- JItt of
should al '1 \\ A..tr..t .. J.U,. :.. l*.tf Ubrratl! tn be drbtem by the ba. KCtwm sail act,the said claimant
*, tu'itUi tnrtttii tnc-tnber' ; 1'1tr' tsmatr mm, wh lad been bred to ker* hall be forty two ounces (rum Its" still out entitled to receive any dm*

ie ane politiral family, an*I rj lis/r Seen f'JIIKI" ,rljrlla.itttttr." a srafatifts* life, 1. ft her, hatingt -j lu rise Ulh. ,il."l if their chuma be not exhibited
1"his i MJ &ential to the' I It) rise lkrsil t'at >* tjift< 4 rwplojmrwt fin !hoard of J. tie La Him. "ltlui eta month,
prrlion rrr t1a 1:. l.itr.tI.. tie a..icral.d Antoine Collins
of 'harmony, a friendly of the .\."'If.ra awl bitter sesscls in MajorUlCiiAUIl ,

)* rr hangr of ufitiltH'nt. and to cfin/ru, Sntalr.Uz' t that port The relwaimnjC 21 ha e ILrrh I t 1RLi. ..fdrA'r.I'ehtatas .
a .1"tJr JJakeats,
tr of -
1"rnr larch P. I83.-4w.
ff '''ti'% ro>o;>':rat fm in thr s armed here in rise JI.lhn.bm K. r
"pro 0 to be I:t.,fi) t.itttarrrdinry wl t.\ .
inv .n of mutual ititcrrats. :('. Ji..i.tcr a i.\.v'I" lTrotrrtMtt1.1.ii Law Xotlce.fpllR .
1'irhilwtrataaty "Sf
|Jl ".t'.d thrUt
a* 1 rioridav aw, anr) ( -- -- of the Ute J. II
iDlt'rlunrtnrtilrasc paper Chaplin
*o dikprgportionatrd both -rt. ":\l C \ \ \ HICHAIU J. KASTKH, L and
a% tv Jth >*<| those of W. L. Hannam,
*).i r / .,, Jun. tr he Sfef? rel.. ---- -
'-ht of trnitory .fit nuiurriral' --- -- .\\\UI"Uf.1al \\\\'i hart been placed In mbanjj-tho e who
'f Ix' .'' IW .M. r,6 I.4. ,
ry' jjitiorj to the GovOar. tlf"v.
t'" 'I '' t mc talc confided business to either of them
!, their _._ ,
< inhabitant I aaocutedthem
Kill lr lie
rrtunrt4t < *in prac
J 1.'ISO tetl to call and furnish
de.'' citiauisu are re'pi the iwee -
'';! WHOttstiKto rasres.ArtTux.t1.t stkr their fcM nJ
.lfIdf"ctimu.l fctluulirs ,_. pr *er ic apuLbc
,, ; ./. Rods of Ie --- - .aary expUnation, otherwise not
III will tbrrtknJ
a".rC'. uu They
uaczst :U ( t rr the 2 It" prad.ce ut
1l,1fjJ asthry are ,* + can br clone, in consequence of limited
po- be In" my
11' la seal Trml aI lourtHuevta ( tl
!;iv ) llxUiordmary and the il* of JIHUT + r. cat
(1& ufiitrd The' ), wckaatly, r a. knowledge of the tnnaactioM, sad die
strong will : .l In the feilers and
Mcaiatrr flutrOurtin
tI ( aly! feel) and 'to thtiurrrnusrtt : coofuacU cooJiUon of theJns. paper*.
exrrct% its AIbm*, wfcl .t Mubile .".
tr -IIIJt+' thin powstrak ( of Uut. o. ,t,,... The i jf nttofv* f/lW *rtkrstruwr w rte 'nr OUkely. The former will be located at M. \ 'bite.

lf J its must nrrrssaristniiia Jr"lm ..tJ'*,t", fu be StjCrelarf pn' cipaJly in tplait'l fur espoeUUotx rrs+scola, and the Utter at lfiUUp-.ni! March 8-if
willi rather' rrllJb" | of Sorter JMn rI. rdtbr **w erup
ly-gation lu the the will their uBitcdaiuauuato all
'"' |1'4"in i otjedirncr than cia lame Ootrernmrnt. AUbaoia, *>M at ll| a II J-4 cents, aid gift
rn'it'JU\ iala'lc"t fuf a .!l g.atr1 if.rfj ant t iCenU bate buife e ntms etl to their ea e. NOTICE r
f'r the 'atUlln.t' Kit hard |Vn/..vJ*, Hath !8- I' C. .InJr.",, of );r. lobe been fTnr L Oflhe 1',.tans!. the chief reouK
fftii\ru1Iit \ ilrgti ,.tltS tJa. Unto r4 tarrg;. Mitt % iIG4.t1G.ti srU I. .itt,l0 V C corporation Uccncca, tWO
turn ) Kxlraordinaiy and Min 1..Jc.e JOHN LEE WILLIAMS
+ rirTla.1'rgtart,1 lJerntaSJwlof flonbUarulinaatI0 those who have not taken them out will

claims seniority and later t'1cni1,otratikry to the. (;1?- I J. II rent. Tb mafkvt baa been 'ttorney at 1.\\w, plca. call on the subscriber, on or before .

ti'jk'1. : erntnrni Cot/mm%. itoorc <<* the
and Ifir.f
tlU4IJy { \ ', (and na- C.. .V. 7&rf to be Serrrtwy of Mew crop* little ilmnf in flTIIX prctke U Superior with Uu notice will be subjected to Ute
t'-JUv.'a tonu doubt. Tit i.r1.34 f trait couu Rcambia Sat Jack- of the law.Gco..
rfJrtnf't ) Legation[ to the ,atfic Ovtcrtinitfit. his Ut lj.in4 tl. 11 Uf sra* cou.c Much -4wTor penalty
If tt!,. outitttts an important lf'.t at WI quve tiun, but only a wslJ ,, Darkley,
P'.lItJlatfjfJ; fcC Wrt Florida .'.W. L\\Nber March 8 2823
ir'1 ; Jfrman Allen Sac.qUAVHTY rcnt.tola Ofy Trwu'r
of Vrnn" LcJ"flJY Lp
tL t to .
ul'b star 1 t'new t i 10| a 13i
\ f4ff' ti. should {;row to Extraordinary arid )Iuli- n of prime board and
"C16 "f.t ; Lrui..n. n.* : i 14 a 16juiss.aa T\\c Florida & Alabama
"rl.'tit will P"fcrhl >llr' lierlfl Ire JMrnjfx>trntiarf to the fyorrrn* t's cM t i II a Hi U Kwli"t. of aawrtrtl ttmcaMoM.ft
1'.1-' and 'lul ill thc .litiral i mrnt of (HIU. { AWAm$ *** t i ll| a 13 ., 10gee.
her I W. Jkrklrr.MA JILMJtffJLVroa
l I'otcr Hlirardinlhc AUta na I' oIJ. a I lU a II '
t b 'I."c J. I Xfnttrdy of Mary bd, to .
hall hence| Ttnnrs.t. I > i i < V. 191 MM'Ch
t i the,, two ci.
tit, "III IJf" all I><- Secretary Ix-gatiooitw the Mrs ... ,' ; t t ISkai.ir.a,1u a il I4fA 1323
a'td roa tart
against each t.He ar
th."runtil lame. t +rt4bor, 12 67'.

"ucb mutt asrparation takes place, A Iiono J"t. HAAgxr.Aa.-w. qwte, KW, (per.) flUUV A *JL*** ta- A-'4ita'-lAfi urft tau W. HuellllPriee t

cud the occur 'tofJrr or later, tIn I id. abort fU", SJ. Lout,r"' ..MA tf'' :'fl ttWtt des S. t t' f i r t r T+cr 8roca.
for r.Jf"lrr thr better t 175 WM. 1'. t 6J. tlwtoa, I 1 O. 1f. Barkley
both IU doubt a of our JaU "i.n -- 1. t : t It' t f Per Bom.U'JcU .
part imp" 34 3t Ekd 10&T
fJUjl.t"fch'lt' V. lieu r ). 1 priare,J a rPieee.Penaacob .
-- III a t r
If/. yttsu J-tI N & ;
We 1'tca thr title of JinoKttratAdinary J t *..,$ W a e2. ,0. March 8, 1441. tf

tu.lt, U" :nl..t1.t'' iotr Jroclll to our was given by ut to all the lkaipot 9 M| SMM,, U 21 a 1J SO.alt. Iut, Ie

klrtfes t t1ey rear hut aotae iris .,( >trirs recentlf .ppo J.t .'. That laird ly O f.,. .UMi T . 1 CUMEIt. ofall oW- JOBKCATLT -rJLl. TLQ
t) w'hkb, it buy 1, a V. trait, Twkj kkW M .
:an ,- apfrta.rs tlrr daily lisle. ,bowerrft b |oi r+ protxrld 14. bra+idy, Honl.. I Ui .* .. EXBCCTES AT THW

4 ti t'ltcrq d''uta tC' IJ I lr to one of them, (Gen. >ltkK'n.t 2J a ifli -u's Gift. JOt. o. k01i'tdf. 0. Kcjrwr.

CIf Utisctctriw 7 Nr lrn. the Minitlrr to Mexico,) the dis i 14ia,, )7 .39. tUIitv"., if awl CWd Or"ca..r.r.


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-- and master, fef was amiably and mantled it. He had no intention I 5u"tilo io rt.
h I, List of Lelielhll, 11 >
!\EmW conspicuously l Ibfcd and .distinguished entering into any minute delineation -| The United States ,
Q of his- character, for manyreaiortinrhc I) EHArMNCJ in the P..c *ee. Pen n.
most was ,XV sKola which IfiKtliksmout within 13 of' toffee. ADHlRALTY
which important Bags
TUB t'1I..IIITUIII; Ti nin' .u'p"-- acne a. There was a bejief pub. three 1QOntJu.m be MItt "to the Central
t MUTATE Lnvrn.L lic opinion it MifWtd, to have indulged that he felt he wa4 onequtl to the I'MUtinc M dead letters.Tj PUJtSUAl\'T to an nrderof the bonnn.

) Oh lost to faith, to pcuc.tn Heaven! in regartjto Mr. Lowndesi r.<. Iforwa*,{. cc"arr, after'tie j j, ( 'Letter*narked lhu, belong to the da in the use aforesaid, ,1JAV oIWc'tt FIot i. 3
unsound that plciarc whlclilwl prctented tot pecans 6a
Can fit thou n redrawl be wh'tch-wai radically | amr.i yang cJalmsto the property aforesaid
To Him wbo life for thine wt gircn. he was deficient i fji decision of Inaracter. i'lu-dayi to which, If he ,attempt-j i L ft. *A tuned by the revenue utt'f Louaiana,op.
r he should David AffckftMin,2, James Anderson John ,
whose cross ndurcd fur. dice The mistake naturally grew cd to add any colourwf, Allen Jackson. esq commander, from pi.
Cant thou for earthly jm* rmipn out of the extrerre facility of 1 sdiJloil1onln only contribute to fcce, WUJi&nJJdencm B Johq rate on tha'coait or Cuba are"ttquircd;
I love immortal .' .ili\ine .rllaPI'1 I to come forward
A ,
pnr which did got require, lAme
relation to all objectsthat that MUM leis Barron on or
. Vet link thy pli !r rtl truth to mine, Ilcuy nary, befirt the fiat day of the net
And cleave uneUatvj ed tra'IW" were personally ad'&nt.gcett' improved Panegyric oc.1 I rrmnct itordm n, Heba ti ri Itarriof 2, turn of the saidlnurt ensuing
I indeed reefed un- Gabriel tlet was
10 himself; out of an ht.bhaal.a.C- ca ioBf ,I _Jolla liller
t Thou cant not-and 'til reaUu.l in juiusccncc in the postponement of necessary:by tbcstiUedwtllnjand. Thant..thanitlltonun.Uo.t, At".La"A. U. Kn Jlreland.neo OanaJ, lurch 8,1122. Clk.

vainThy his own interests and distinction! opinion of Ibis couDtrJa rrlation Daniel K. Thatch,.
nophtvtry make for the aspirationsof to Mr. Lowndcs. He had been, C -
1 Though not iti pride nr hIM! disdain to room X'rlC .-
.7hyfdiehonll ;, the more sanguine and con!. for A considerable time, conspicuously JIMI. N. Chandler 3, Mr*. Jane N Cl.rV, .
rcprorejInly of Antonio del Corner ).. Maru p {) to the estate
my heart may bleed-but yet dent. hut in any of those delicate before the public-a part M. C-cu, liultavusKennedydec'd.ar.. of

Mine in no ,,'slc-nn vain rrgrrftThy conjunctures which arise in morals that time comprehending a ery sin Rodney Cooper, ttfl.tt r+take immediate nqueJe
uTonpi to me 1 might forget- I of h..tufJnd harks Conner, Jamca II. Curtis ["'"KcUim' papnent. Those
I and patriotism, where it might be trying period our I) against the a. estate. are
Hut not to II m.ho'y .
e.Geane expedient to be wrong, but honestto the judgment of the public had William Dougherty, Naan Drijrjfrn. f hereby,f the act notified of the, that by the 28th section

then-thy fond impatvonod tow. Uc right, he did, and would, uniformly been awarded in relation to him.- Jrwi. T lletSAT, Nan I).ntintl I.egitlatre C''lncit
f In happier hoiirM dean hate evinced the triumphant lie was already ranked with the > ,. >tarj n Doilil. Matthew ifonoghue I ac dating Letters 0 AdminJ L
.(No ,'irpn pride retrain me ntt.') I ..olcr an undismayed and eminent names which had passed Joseph 1Joutbcrtl.J rrtlrriTestamenunr. era+I the doff t w C

I mutt nut t'lr" to heair itiflrxiblc I lie had emphatically by and been consecrated to national > AdrmnMtntors. KrCn ', a--I.. --1".
I spirit. John f4 ley. Jaraoua ua "
For .lillmy,erring heart rtritfit prmeToo i Kngcriio, "! the same wilt be bwre.1 if
lie already ranked I' not eth .
was I
self- ;
Irs self-lore and more respect. U tlvan 2
wraU ti' fcjiuni; tier "pM.ltrixll! ears and by the JUi
And ti-arv-though frignctl And. I'*lsc-. denial than any man whocvcrcamrwithin as a man superior in worth as Y of tail act, the UK! clalmanu section -

N an slat nou', the splu-rc, of my experience.These he was in mind-as cnc of te Cturlc G.Kmter,?t Thomma Field. he entitled;: to ree"V ?vr any ,ri,Mtfntl will if Uieu not

\ Ai.d pre;crt though n.1 c
remaikaliKr dejiee, in the manner lul uf the statesmen who might K. P. Steele ,
Hut no! the tie wi firmly' bound. a SalMOn Cerise, IS, A. (& .f', 3,
U turn uidcr ', HI tt hit h br t't. ,\'. & mvari claim from uur country the meed Jf.hn (.n" m. William f;trus' .Ad11a r.
a < IMI* ..}
t How deep that uddfa u rtiifh may urnuttd: ably treated .hr nvm nal.,n ti hit h uf honor-as combining A large u. Dewdrrio lialna; Don M'I.Uoru.iici.2H l'enuetJb March 8. Jazl.-6W'.

It treks's his share of the highest title to human H
t to afiiM.tio w 4' made, in hit telialf.hy name
th.m fortune and fame talent \ I'Jlubeth llall, An.lrew tfa, Ra, X'rlCE.
to to ; state, to for lira office in the cJ, Terence and estimation, 'I
n'. I. IlatttMtm 2, KJ i.h If..n f.Ibnmon'l.Irbn. .
1 muk to ufli--.t..ml'-
t trnrw-- service and inure 4 !.1.
1 Yet think ehenlurciltt.th Iaik. gift of this |1H"4'plri and public it sJ'au Iliac,. p rwnt indebted totlc state of

I u tmld nut be a*ttani WhaU'ver opinion lie mijfht have Mr. A. said that the lluusc would! Jn C.h HtrcaMt, Thvua* lI.n. .rfnarfc I t make*immediate Rnulfonl dee'd. are rcqyam.

ftiterutticd, at to .hr pnipiirty of be deficient in the discharge of its kobt.J.llackley. m1knt.-ThOle
bat.oC cidUtrt. Mini
a urwt
Thou, canrt not J-p Jt \t'2u.1.J.m i'iii titfaiure, he if.ul4 nut but be appropriate office-it would notn IJ hereby notified,that by the 2ihh estate, ire
Jw>. K.Jack v 2, Jon l 5 aection of
Innerwitr, ,
The b
.. Thou knouVt, in.i(y5" cnltieitw,? bran, nun uf Chute who h-d a right to of the people whom it representedif M'tfttSaTlr .\. r. lulUatthew Ke !*r. .I September lath 18??, ,errtitJ d appnve An

Or turtunc'.*u cr.c thfl* know lam mutt inUmttiv but liltsrnrruue it otfiittrd the testimony I.f lam 1. rnncu ".. Kia;. act rrjrilatm; Letter of .Aflnunucntioa
)I v pndir. rm bliu had bca, .arrThy Utter Testamentary, and the
hu.iK->; Ci sua.th tfciiuhmdr. ***/ cafe, ""'lblhuC"> wets pnnii respectful rcgrrl which was Iur to MJJ. J. Kcaroev..' Adnwn i.t.ttirsF.xrcutorvu1tuanLarst.duti-- of"

With titer tile nsrt. r'k t'"th to bc.r, pallyneutralbt the ill o tit en ft tt Inch this afflicting occasion. TKr face L tle tame wij Debarred if
(;turf.. Letth, James M. Lora not Xfabited
Or urn the iiiarijr'a euwa. intit poarably IK; ..,1,1..1 (tuna .,f this country *a* cihrd in \\ atam LtttcU. 1-.g. Lavmlettc;,. within 'Gveyeari, irxl by tile JUt aection

flanging another cwmprtilwr mt. mourning, and this countenance U of toLd act tae aHl tlajntraot will not be

'11* oVr; but sac res from my b ''att Ute jH-riloa and troubled art na.11"atdst .- ought to he rtfle ird in its proper M>muh )ktne ii moy.Jnt entitle,tnreeme any ciiTideml if theirtabus
hball time bunt HiaU b< not exhibited.
intat. I. he watcor .ctiiutb.t ** Mr mirror, the ,proccrdin,** alMa Ian- U..*, I .nco :Morano.IUhrtI within v t m'ntM
TJe')1narni uf 4 d
oUttr ** p.ar1.- J.: P.
)Inr(k., JAB. t K. N'Cslt, Steel
the C..Sratr. wf this luuc. The Houv
Thou Jul'; I! nut bi fuHrprt -.fItu v'rY-IfIr.t / guagr JI
I. U II.Hr M.ssw L>Kid.1t1 )l.athco.s. '
rh I .Jlwr Ar W irter would be in slur .l 1fl ,
r\rid mfi n 'iujMftpttaiit { .It f"iI' r< wanting a rrspett
J'oatvd f.rJ. tit Jl-u: .his ***k. the 4 ( kC/rrt1." hC Jul4 Isate tc'C..r4 tv itself if it omitted tins last tn J. lv )1.(. 1' 'ntacolattt.1. .M.trr'., 1823..- ..

Shall mine hgh, own, name IHT breathed en'I.I. I' ." the f rratrslil nshrfortuar "r lot burr, in a man w t.o had (faU..1,'* IsarsI $'.tjatjr, tlraJ.l'nckatt. \rrlCl- :.

An J i.4tiiv remembered .)t. /afr, 'ir could satin %. it, Ian .trjt a 'p.rc in its srrkr, and Mrs. ti.ata I'sicxck. I.I. person indebted lo he est ae of

IfueW'dJ "Ct tai's ,'1a.t Jib country thesinl.ir < .I UmuBht' to it so grrat an acces J. (. quit Q Jatrbtrt ( Ur. M. U. UUAtv tkce cd, are r--
and .!' ma'lIr wfe** "f J .r auc4vaful tuttaigac anus %i.n .f rt"1'1A'.ld"n. The house H .ran, ..,'.4l tu null jpuncdbit pajtncnL
Ktnlurr ttttrtgh ntaa n.h4 piullsarate, l".tltJ.--4r It ffjul Had, le knew, rni di [.-
s, In mercy yet tb)' S"jth 1'I I s.t t" o1ltai. it weft h1" OM" ".n",I the triUutr. Thrir feel ). M... itteit, 2, Site,. art iwtcby nttrftetl, thatbm tL '.-,tttt
11.}' dark d 1 c )or the xt of the U t.Ye f),-
tong | ; '
M hircVrL.y uandtn.ig .trt,drciibr t ..tbmtu t wtii.h c4mdb .r .botJ.tRI I ;nx. utt the subject, was in a true 5'to da, approved S>cpC"'mMJ" Ibtli 1822, entitled

.1/5 fou,ic.t pr}ir.-nor ., at.tcr- for I'uatndaiisll! of silo Lmoa.In j a. cord with toe feeling .f IhrtouMtry. Jiia.r>rjifeo.'att ir., Ca Jimn t.'u.t..J.:. t itnott.seJet. . "\n act rc uUtin- Utter of Admitu -

The aod c.f 1.ki'. (.<*! in- tJttA hh .ruts 14 r..u 1"'t"\'I"I : Swmr grntleHirn might is.1. U J. ll.aatt,. nt&UII. laden, IViUmentanr. aj l
.And in hit namefrve4l, uf life I riOs dui linkiivirr hfJw.\rf that the the duuea of A(''iuo.stratars F.u-cntMx
era his ftUtM sr, case I.rsrgc na'Icton, tart K. )L' Ja.Atj., and (. &' the same wjt be barx-1 f
than gh ;u tiers tieSaar I till ** but ttiiprrhrrHlrt Iky the mule T
I not eibibitrilm.tliin; five and b> tue
raox net \Aii."Tx9u. tl'.u., shat tit! ff bn of .f hi-suw. Ibis J. I Tanar ll+lphr Tatlor years
'htlnICRh u" IIhi' *-" tae in res.b. alit *rcu"n of .+.d act the wud cLunu**
: ." t.U I wrrt IH* MI r mli raced, Jarn.ut. Im?lr. TLomlaTwut, wail not be enUUcd to rtceiTe.anTknd ter; ,.

MK. J.OWNDi. Alas Sir, when I HtempUtr the I f\lr..t. hd Itu hrsilatt far him U ifbam Totter W if their eUiau be not srtiaibteIw..tt-

"We thi* day prcentuur.reidcrm! void hi* deans bat fif 0sttH atbame trill's ..,..*; S.s was a rate in W,o.k Clwatam Rbt Win Euro. m tax month,

with that in a vUtr, /m1'.liMletr+ tI !.a, .5 He w.u..l make a ,,.- Get era U tufipitl J' s.tatra, Joseph Shomo.
the of Mr.1I.
speeches j %'iLtx I < J. n Wml.* J I'cter WdaoG.l.d. !&,.
1% vtrnlr ass the prwittrtMMi ttf Ablm t tie "O' .,. _.- of South {Carohtit (succc wir t" > n, it .,tH bat l..If ccr tltit "f ..iaswlf site sat.: ( Nicholas P.M.
)lr. l.owndcs) and Mr. Ahcin.it u) t ,t1s aupe far she fHWUil 4l< ,.tsar, drib feo rr+'.*' 1ts.s| <* thin a i *arl Y \\\\\\\1)\e
\ 'roherhto
., such .f :tL Ja.QlliI1'. .
t f..raiasbusg c. r 'fntl" t' .rfN/isltsallothe
a. oti mutiny rr ulutiun in t
.c'tlU.CoJt'UI aMrd krtti+stid4r. St, I plates, a higher uUntiesxe to tr Pcn-McoUantl) Vicinity '
honor of that laimn \\ \ \C \
eminent arid ;
..r..t' iti it* atRUb'U.' r ui al4r I aloe t8 the > .nrtf .4 f l'ftt'drft',

ted statesman and citizen.IIONUKS .olquaitlKfarvsheta tat+of..t the justice and reason foals which V! I. pr* n. .fUWwl tOJ the estate of i'or Salc.ftiTU& .

.r- "O'Q.ttu.tuiltt j. I *.MIN t but sink it was pfrsumrd- spring. lt tt apt Jm t f h''o"sit\drt'tL are rerr .

TO A IK "EtSF1P.t i1UtlMr. n'a'an. :r .M....ttIkrr.. I i.i the case did fat is itktn the lariat( i |i**ttl tr t""fK f.ilea a" m.1C' ran i yc'Md
.at.utt 1"af. .c.In.r aLnssa's ext n eL; aitty
.ue-II do .4Lw. hw.ct'. w'ith.Vt.t sir and int,fcdnimt .f the u'.Ct' 'III'IIC tar.int eatatrirtr h< rth a..tI tbl pnmDa bC'lort.'tt

Hamilton of S. C. r',*" an. (iu .atbihif waktlli II iWM .t4TI. We had been tall, by ki tracwrl Skit br the alga itthi, s uf the itt J th 1 l bcrvtpfcrte occupied ',v

w said, the 1t1t"1''n..1'fHrll.e.l .ns . 1 taw 11.mi, WMKI* ''M"t'a a rr- from ,. C that 11 r. lx s.t a.t wact t.. to C uelaea' appruir. w pt.-ra.-ct t.I c.. on the bay

which "'aunOUiurtj in t.'c (is2Cttt l:.ark tti .l. IA'Uc'r..u, trI well tintthr t and .
of rttrrtt t .lt t..oa'I d'erILhg ((14, 0.
)r eb'rday. ul the &t .a'ia f .m .ltsslessalhscaiI' JIItIIe.ait h can.twing IIltWu' at the period of his Unarmrtl .rnir
sts.Iuyiadsett4it.c..f \Jmtrua *: !)ouimrv t.anhand txnat4rybrcke''I'.
a my Ui linttmhfilpriiatc rr.-de< ..'.'r.1L..1 tar.tu...",. ll w r\rr frr demise. Hut for the war ap I..b.n -.! MtAnlutr*** tW *ju .< will wh-t..nh1d rnJl\t" '\':ti'l In wove: PI',

4 advic thick I ha I..), I111 .Ut"H'f'l "'UHf.11..!t ,-.,vat li and f>rur 1 1 .f tKis et rnuj hr Wm..wt 6t. trarr.rut n.r Anal t.tatr Ats.labnt. ff'Ut-t1

crt cd from buuth
but tuo fully Cu"nru i.'c''J.. ,...c.. 11M' bad, and W ausr *ir rrfusrd to "lbitlb ri.51.1 tHo .tfll to ruttier ..>le, or .n iKrVrt'otj lots ta nut pnreha
.ir 5&td h.* it is tctoU... I any *i. Wwi.4.f tat ircUmttt nut .,. If'n '
,( ) a assail .tuMt alru..1t tnH 1 ihohi an whVe of kith kr was UN- .,. t.,1aw.wia..
. Loujido tam c'ITUuc.h I III h. bra itvrs c<>",,
'+ ntvinbrrof this houvf at for lair(, :tit. byes h our niIoTo7; *.hlSt J on Sirs,.
od of his dl'alh. fur I Wlirtr i t :'I .IJ".r u. street behind the a'\.:YCI to ...cr
: ; -.; 11.*1 au41 i\ rfuttctt. Hut till tutu ** and further prtinf or bit ullaims
| 1'41'..or.,11.tcha, lotLl 1.1ner Lois un'n1pnt4rl! .tittutttL nf'
lit* .siKfldltlta at Out tutir .had ,Nice( ate a t"-'M;fh tMUr cJre.r..tf < lu 41urIrll', was thr lea the back of fie city, beh-r.4 the aq-urt,

not turn roucbcd his home ; 'ljut abovr '''J, i/at oolj i im a Wsstaig to the j jagr I litnotiS; ".f our |r"|,r' t to *. withfr "\\ e. *erv et Jlcnt pinlcn frmuv!,

all, sir. wlu-n we consider the in wti.ft in tiTr, but lima sir Fart! Hi hiss win* U tttu ilotl r- Kt T w tW *. f Ike 1.h Anrxlen.HtvoTANY.VUDnk (
Siutioii which li<' occuptrd un :hat tu s IMI tin ttttKrtcti .*t4>itl in I i iltrMiTe .,. h. aw, a'cordkd1 Tlu Il .. '
N .
p ; j r h L.r I wiVN.it'.1. 1.ter, ,1 t 6.r, e.nnpri..nx rurt ttt cab, leer'. "r. a
floor', with such remarkable inn..t a l/iuut.stl ..) VlMfN'S. gitvirtue : rained hat. Ir.n..' knr. .(.. ,AI.C' ..4. a..t yrt,.IIIIh .,\ ,i "i.( bark m.W. A larvfe enmmx ad A

to hiin,clf, and ad\iTjtjf to Ibis HI' .art-' to mtA
r country ; when we arc srsl.it 1 I. I. tetith" I'rsstis hii lhrrrsrtt teas the fat Uuur if .,.. .... f.. JC'"I'"*.,t ta tht "..., "**fwl b r>l>finx ".;.U'tt'p'tL,1Wlm! l0' J'lr
thai lie was tier. it tiw' p'itr jutifiotisru bur seta taw Vkt.l* by a canal. tsar p-majwnt rube ot t.',-
Mrrr \ < % t m ..Iu ofiiHf.
IiHg bnglit- rKriall| ) in a frrr ,stair tract .t, a trait .* ul t. ,oU atwl HM. eta* utr nl which t.srcnrt'I
trrdiiy.t occupying that lib tt hat f. *'.*% : tu accord slur of
a v.imwny puU- t.tta..it f* wk t HI MttuC i'A. uf tt. n'r%t .
I now so feebly! and ini-fTitifntl) fill 1 isr ilt nvw t"rJdrr lo Fob a rr- lu sec il"ility to rimt.ciit public |f..i A l4aWs ttt rv n' ih %>..,.. A LOTailjuinmtlmTaur .
that the left ( .. .. ....t'.O"rll. a" .1 .:.h g at tdtw.oon
imprrkiioti III his | friose bri.l.n n at. (teat b. to1.I w
lightful character end folnlluUtcJitlJ in the f l\ .f rtir..rwl*, on tat a- .f.
.h tuf'tKwlirfrw
t ;: ) uttvr itunk tiu..shlr' dictate fIr .
t ltula ), in such r..t.-t, ro"'j,tr.r telr w.those; ai Mt'
MMit tier Ut tit f w.ber ttil2.
intcII t it alnthe a1irnat.c'cll. .rpt. ass
yet ( -t ) in which I hate iudutg i tot, I a state to hold the ir. iir-
oat .
a* I t%CMiiMMMiti briar i .1 rt p twttMwik.aIhttttarrtrrtw tract .f t i arpenN
;:" \ifjoroi lifr, I a.ti rut, you well J iti* way tu the imtlrttiati ft*.mVirginia ., .
frw trims, at once so cheap. aryl so ih\ . ks.l i ttiiH.: the a'w ..- tii .% irtt. fit fjr; uU *-
It, not regard the ulerrialiults I, uhour fwrtunr It w..i M 'J.I.-auJitl, to public virtur, which that thr .ppf..*c_l Aiixwtnt t.l the rUv ut "n F"t or fiuv h- cry .!vanfcv, ,'
shall otfcr on this mournful o c r.. have and st-'%r'te the UNbouttfic iconfi4tiicr "r.r aflorded by the prospect of the aa,.i 11 II. t'*.*\.Lt S>o.V .r\. .ly Uut otr .n town J Mts.

'_ :ion, as an unrraonahle trcpa%. frieinUliip and ratrein, posthumous honor and rrputation.A 'I ho". J. \%'. chi, A FAKMonPenliilti H.iy

f,:r 1 know too well how you chl'rta; of rUT uutitjguuhttl redrtcsor, case could scarcely occur, call- "'
the recollection of hit actors, nut uhiUi it coiiipv u first with in) in; more loudly for action, in re : j" Ut.k..f, U.I"'ft will ptsblt.a fn ni the uiu ith fir time bate, and f. ,'v

t- to be certain of your kindest tad nit h feelings, that .ny trtiiiivnuls ft itnce to this Uuty k this policy, the shod .t tt. rlt .1 tra'W1"t '''IrM'C'u.tRI mkstnant'rnvralsCit ilUnult'u ,.

most respectful Bympathv. of ft'llrcyou may accord to the than that which was now lit th. ttiHce for .ysaenl.Itt.St tia.t acres or Lm.t naurt or Ica. .lid: f

It might, sir, be srcrninly I preaumpluou memory of my deceased friend Mr Archer had no doubt presented. that .hout.1J Kr.> are rteirr.,creKl anti thae vfiiaa

in me descant on bit atiould not come from the Stale 1 the House : :ul it c.i tcrprt oftta. rvmiinWr c 't
duly appreciated its hc.lt) | owthotUr" t late.".t. wU.rh \\ ;
public virtues in this afttcmbty' have the honor to 1J.pre. wusntkbtrdbv buisLsccanint.
represent.Mr. obligation ; and that there would render thi pl e* extremely eahiiSk ui
where they were eonkt>icuou ly exercised Archer of V fl. ruse to follow be an unanimous accord in J L. Of'tlhnww, to the Murat rttates of the event of a hAul \I'I'U\| hcing t.its >l.+.,-
i for of lapton il. ll mauiv Paul M'l'anatvl John luvl "blu l .'
a period ten years, in w itit the; resolution which the last office of eJ tVnkicoU. liar
respect i. Conner UcteAietl ate rx< tt which the richest and most various had been intimated his friend i i.curfent trs.J tyfnrtes \tton.
by which he was about to propose, to ,runic MrwAnl awl make |lay m;nr. or ch..erI on it there it a i siH.tA.it-: fr*"w\I"dlta,
knowledge was successfully blind from South Carolina the feeling a man whom it would lung be a I rpretiteduct i.Ilt.i'urctruhhrpotin ..-. Cun.ttutttrl sat the %.rr last' mite

N. d.ith the purity and ardor of an annunciation which had just been subject of our pride to remember, a trmin of eullrct.oLHaute hating rtaasti.spanat rial, a kktcheii. and aten.ca-: .

'1 ingenuous spirit, and the intelligence addressed to the Hosse. That and of our regret to have lost } the KAM! r Utrs orrtiher i>f tbem. ('''.iri.** : nl Mrtli rat, anll th.- <

i of a lofty intellect Hut of gcntlnman might well fret and and that, too, at a period of life at arr iWll Urrby i.f the act notified of the that U:1C.J..tn by the C'MiH ItKtnciUmpprovtd arc- LUanec.in tti*{ threj,"J.rt. Aed

.his private virtues 1 may be speak mure strongly than othmettibcrof which he by : 1
permitted have been
any might expected September ICUi, 1&22, ent.Ucil u. ajennthtpremise. nut J final p'>-
a to speak-At home, "where the House could do,on to render still father ..crd.C4" An act rr uUtinit l>tt
we knew him best and loved him the subject of this mtlincholy (. to his country and to establish. letter* Tcauineiturytajul the duties Joint tutlcrarity.t.rYh .
most" where our opportunities vent from his intimate of AdaunMtrttun K\coaon, anti toariLana
more still thou
asso* larger
more undoubted ** ) 8-tr
the aaiue rill bf bias(( if not ,.
Its e
abundant fur
were most clui'mug cibtiuti both residence and
by title
to esteem. lie lubtteUwithtnhve; yean, sand by the 3M ----
the delightful sway which the aim friendship, with the eminent man should, therefore, move that this section; .f aaid act the rut 1 claimant will ; Sv\\\e,

plicitjr and modesty of hit character whose loss we deplore; and the .doJtnotvf boib vntitk\i to irceiv* anydivnlcml if m--------\r unit bt its I"t.,".

exercised over the higher faculties peculiarity of whose character and > That the Member of their chime be not e&htbitcU within MI Till hoarse.tN t. iuuucdatiivoppotiio

of his nature, it will allowed fortune it was to be esteemed sa>fi this 1I0t&kIII, tester their ".- ..Iboths.I (.*&.. IJ-kI at ftiwwitwBci.pied .

in us to indulge In an affection for beloved in the exact p-i Met For the,'IBOtoW- !" SnwU MJCM, by Madam Ca se's. The HelLi.Uncean.1 &'

the individual which is quite equal which he wat kteowi. LewxDBs,- lau 4 tnemlrtffof this AUom.T la fret, of W eteeutor of the h* eymmad.0 .s the, kitchen: es

i' to the admiration which accompanied I indeed a character, Mr. A. 1'in Kuuse, from tW ,seat; of South "at CJlTiptoq L HurMon. Adaunutr. back, .ud'tlhcfc&ok'. in tI'rrrtr I "-
tar with the will l nAcjic f'oWIJiJ. t'ur ftu ta rn'.t
;>t. of I'aul ) +s frilh
him abroad. In the softer which the qualities which CRitina* by wetting crape om the Lan, and Adniini.trih'r of tLr r tale tlo s :a"lfl) t r

s charities of human life, in the rela- teem, were Wended & the haj ; kft. Mt Far oar month. of Jnhn l. Conner. I : Jrc+ pt,

lions of a husband, parent, friend, unison smith those which swiat Adopttd'aQnlmoual... 11If.. tarJ- Met.'. tj MaiLim.n, flu 1''.... 1,



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