The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
October 24, 1831
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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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'tor, must be paid, or they will be satisfied with short V ,
nothing oj the removal ved. The of the national debt affect the progress of public affairs
of Van Buren." payment will! ment-this toil by day and profound medita- and dis t
-- ,- present a new crisis in the history of nations tion by night-these solemn and turb,the quiet and repose, of the country.
But the warnings
--- removal of these
two unrepresented and create'thc of doleful Vhile a party to contest the succession I
pOLiTJCttL Secretaries necessity new legislation, cautions, to be the mere nunciation, was:
1 ----= 7.- at this meeting, was riot the based upon the state of our treasury thereby that Mrs. I.- .-D. and E. did*' not inter' thus organized in Congress and in the..cabinet

.AI, 11'0REPL: -Concluded from our last. only which subject failcd of probably discussed before it, and produced. This question will then be directly change visits, or invite each other to LARGE .i one of the prominent friends of Mr. Calhoun
success. The Premier, Gen. l introduced a resolution which
presented to the American people"Will PARTIES at contemplated
af-- Washington, and that the President ,
willing to himself
i! The were even a more important personage increase the tho by a retrospective provision, ,to amend
nnt more you expenditure to meet existing in martial pomp and spirit, had sent tho
s Fo the sake of getting than all, he too was to be disposed of Constitution, so as to exclude Gen
tl'iIJlllpll1. : will diminish Jackson
(mIme revenue, or you the revenue the gallant Hero of the Thames, the harbinger V
) 1 :1Wlr from the President, they were rca- and the better to cflect it, conversations were to the expenditure I of a dread threat, if it from being eligible! to a re- lection. If those
t 1( were not otherwise t
1 that Mr. Branch, one of the to be held with strangers the who urged Urn in tha
iting If measure House
city Gen.
; of
Jy mul 1111)Ot'd ; Jackson is note declared a can- -Oh no 'It was no such unimportant Representatives
)' friCtlls 1 of whOI11 they had made a dupe andin.trumrnt and private letters were to bo written, to prepare didate, I foresee that a new race f for popularity matter, which in a U FEW DAYS," with astounding did not hone absolutely to dis.
might be dismissed. Amidst all the minds of leading politicians at a distance franchise the President by obtaining such
commences lie occupies the position effect, was to be brought before the an
thit thadc of abuse nnd insult, previously of- to support the decisive! movement. It of patronage, and Mr. Clay that of the A- American People. It was a general attack amendment; they moved it as a means of

ted merely to get rid ot f my supposed mflu- was not proper, nor the proper time, openly mcriean 'Systcm. Do not both these: tend to upon all who would not acknowledge Mr.Calhoun's l bringing a geieral principle to operate on hi-u V
willing to bestow on me to take ground in the : i alone, and byobtaimng vote the
cure, they were yet newspapcrsaPJ: the same termination 1 Can the administration legitimate right of immediate succession a on abstract
office' emolument, to mount meona triumphal and mining wore preferable. An anti-Van contend with Mr. Clay and profess to be I t ; a pltfas to be discovered and- proportion, b urge it as the sense of the rt'.e
friend Mr.Broncn to its IJuren I nrr.oonfntii.-oc, n.lion. the nf'onl g. ntrninClt hia _nt..,,_ .
and tic their party was to be :gotten: up and under the friends of internal p
car, improvement and of II1I'U: uu were 10 nave uu expose oi mose Intrigues '
srlH'ds.0'0' \', can any man iii hs: senses that banner, without-scorning to he in oppo- the tann", without throwing its intljcncu in favor near the President, which were to In this mode was theTwar waged against i r

fail to wonder, that I !should' decline all these :I Mtion to the President, it was thought the of the vast projects; of pub! i" cjfpenditiue evince to the world that a transfer of his the fame and influence of tho man who waseleYit I

1, t, :,<<' vO'p:' afiW7 roirv (j lUlU lh"1 ctLi- discontented anj dissatisfied of all parties which it is tho business of i Ji r. Clay and his to another was designed. Mr. Van popularity : \ by the voice of the people, and who j

nVt, for no,letter reason than: is asserted by could rally, until the schema being fully matured friends to set on foot't Is :it not the duly ot Ijuron was to be stigmatized as the author was aOTHi summoned by them to become a ;

I tlw-c ncutIcIIJeI that the families,oi! Ingham, the mine was: to be exploded, when Mr. : all those who desire to bring back the constitution and I was to be marked as hn humble instrument ; candidate, because he han realized their hopes j ; J
and Bcrricn, would no visit me and Calhoun und the Telegraph to ride i iI as the reformer of abuses in the I
, Branch were: on to its original pnrpOM, to postpone th(' I in the business. It was intended next government ;
I family Truly, they make me out a I the whirlivind. and direct the storrn." On the and was securing the rights of our"citizens and
i ?? Prosidcntal election: until the discu.sioi to denounce all the President's V J '
upon ; ,
than I am willing to be considered 19th of March but adjusting the difficulties of the (,
before this
patriot a day ; the country.
connected with thc frifncU
greater preparatory great (questions approaching who were near him, as a malign
Mr. liranch no Thc situation .
aflbrd to of
while they meeting of members the President \ V
to rc-orgamzc the talc of our finances, shall luvo influence,"-to him as the victim of nov easily .
rcpreseni I
1 great cause for thmkgi\'in:; to them Their cabinet, at least in part, Mr. Green wrote a brought them home to every mln'j'door: ? their intrigues, that one by one. they might to be perceived. With a cabinet politically

nrorter Allows how little he knew of those per- letter to Andrew Dunlap, United States' District Until the shall know divided, and personally, as may be presumed -
. ;; people that Mr (;lay'sproject be driven from him ; or if he would not ;
ions who l fo1 all his zeal and ardor, and at Ucston. part not very friendly, it wat impossible for .
Vttorncy In which he
C' says : : is to take ten millions annually out of with them, and should refractory, to t
t malignity" to *cn'c them and their raue, \\ erect 4' Tho political horizon is from to prove him to move along in the arduous! duties: of
day day, (the pockets! o'one portion of our citizens, open tho phials of thcir wrath against him, : VVd 1
their ambition his
to .'ilcr lic(' him to more clearly thc station, with satisfaction to himself or advantage t

:, > willini indicating point whence the for the purpose of buying up another." until sickened and disgusted:: with the turmoil. V V
Iiud: to their thir.-t for o)ffib. As a part of the storm cometh. The article from the Massachusetts Mr. Grcjn well iuw\\iu;.! ;Mr.\ Ritchie's he might retire: to .the -jolitude of the llermi- to the country. It was apparent, tnat / V l t
rid of me, they uerc i injustice t himself, he '
must soon be under
cons-idcrationni Journal
getting and '! V
the last ?
letter (
to the devotion to did and
principle not venture to approach tag, yield the strife of politics to the ';N'I'tile
I to depose: : 01' him in any way, and atany United States Gazette leave necessity of re-orgamzing his cabinet, ..
willing ; no tloulu that ( : him on any other ground than that ofpriiu''plo. Vice President and his uvals. Ail the visiting \
fJicririec. Ihu perceive, my countrJI1H'U Wcbstcrhas resolved and if it could not be otherwise, acro-npfiahed: I #
:: to push: forward boldly: Appealing! then to his principles, cards that uere ever printed and circulatedin I
th<"-real objection to me as a member and alone. If to dismiss the disaffected portion of it. iav-
on Clay
Clay succeeds \feh-I he ciicl.-avourof( : ; (] to alarm him with appiehci- this: city; were as nothing compared to
I cabiiK-t! and} it that MessrsIn ing accepted, reluctantly, a place in thc cabinet '
of the why was ster's fortune is made. If Clay f falls, th." -iuno: Hut the policy of Gen. Jackson: would this grand-this important design, which wa, V V J
: >
Itemcn entered it with conceal- I concluded no longer to sacriJice: V _!
iiamand Lieutenant becomes I pri
; the: commander of the -wiistantially the policy of Mr. Clay-the lobe brought out subsequently as an aterpiece: my \ >' :
cd l purposeand: with hypocritical professions defeated force. He comes into the nrirkrt: t at patronage and the American ;system tended to the new plot that was built the letter vateconifort, or be the occasion ofemnbaria..s- '- V

t You: can perreive the rca>on wh) I arid my the head of an organized and powerful party, to the s-atno tcrmin-ilion.: THe object ua a of Mr. Crawford, and the publiniu'd upon' corres- ment to the President. Early in April, I V j
. fal1l1lha'c b'cn so relentlessly pursued and associated communicated to him, (what in the "
bythe previousmonth
: he intends
.t as to lie, wIth I> cw little more time for private action, and hence pondence. t
fi tends of Mr. Calhoun and you I perceive York, (Mr. Van Buren he will I hnrlvrit tr>n tn n frinrul in PiiTrf1.l. 1
have -
) a powerful was r. Ritchie U> be prevailed upon not toconm.t Thc QII(> 1mn nrisns. whv were not these .
the origin) of the progressive:: and concerted influence his phia) my wish and intention to resign, which
; at command. himself in \or of the! re-election of'I plans carried out at the intended'tim1 1viI, ;
attacks: first t me, next 1Ir. Mr. I shortly after executed. In my letter of resignation
upon upon who was &o much with Wfbb; Prcsitji leLst I
or at to remain neutral in relation not executed 1 Why were these designs su.->- "
;, Van JJuren, and lastly upon the President; gave me, as a piece of advice intended lor'< to those bold and elective r.' pended, and all the labour of preparation. it was not necessary or proper that
that the iniiht be to Russia the I should go into a history of events, hirh: 33
one sent o- benefit and
my own guidance, the information which thfn! to ?
t : were thought necessary; to insyr brought a pause Passing events furnUh
, Ilipr; : to.lloahy; and thc' third to the jolitudc ofihc that Jlr. Webb had, while here been ad- its triumph." the answer. On the 31st of March, the day ;arc not pre entcd. 1 confined my remarks : t

llc1l1iltle.11 ,has originated: in the vUcd not to attack Mr. Webster.)! Will it not Thoc evidences of poi til'.al management, after the letter to Mr. Ritchie wa written, solely to that which concerned myself; without : //. !
I t reMlfss ='l'mi of t )Ir. Calhoun and his be well adverting to. or touching; on, the conduct of i
parti- to
: the .
an on Courier and and beforo the V
eye prepararoiy: to :.somp contcmplatod) : grand TEW DAYS" of waiting had others. I V."
san, and in a determination that GeneralJiH'nM'n : felt not that my defence, or viiitli-- V
i .. : also on / Clay and Webster rely oo the movement I, all of which btar ilatc about the expired, a ' Pennsylvania; was hurry ; V >
cation for
) houl j bo voluntarily yielding office, wa? V V
president but for four Dank of the United my
yearsaiiJ States and the federal time of preliminary meeting of cortim members ing through; the land. The democratic! members V
Ihat11.. Calhoun necessary; and f feeling no disposition to iy-ro: ? ;
must and should
bis successor. be party. is their organ in ? Let of Congress, to eoaipel:i cabinet to be of the Legislature of that great :State:; or assail others, I foiebore to enter into de

them succeed, or let them make any com reorganized, are from thc Telegraph, and which first had presented Gcn. Jackson' and tails. The
determination wouH) have
J In the winter and same
; of .1.
spring 1829 30 MrCicon's .
promise, and the democracy of New Kng- were voiuatanly: disclosed by the Lditor him- through two contests sustained him, were been persevered in, had not the illiberal conduct

paper gave confirmation of the feelings Jand, and particularly of Massachusetts, arc self. I have another letter, which! has not !flow again the first to express their confidencein of made different : .. "
colleagues a course
plans in my
developer his
conversations: the victims which must be offered up to Web before appeared written by Mr Green at the his admini tration, and to nominate him -

\\i\h\"cbster and Welles. In December ster's vengeance. Is this not obvious 1 Unless same time, 25thof March. I am authorized for a re-election. Awed by the independent necessary. t'
the N Y Ie Mr. Yan Buren similar view of tho I .
taking a
ew- '
01 Enquirer intimated the divisions and disunion of "
our party to use it. The body of the letter, I am informed and uncorrupted voice of this State, the manager --
tint the re-election of Gen. condition of the cabinet and the situation ot'V
Jackson dcs'traOie bn
was can defeat is certa.inOI.D ;
j ii
AND not in the hand writing of Mr. Washington paused in their career.
andciitnrcd, to suggest, that Mr. DECISIVE MEANS ENSURE US There Green listen for the the President, connected with the peculiar cir- V
i TRIUMPH. although the signature is. It doubtless to ? distant echoes of this deafen-
c \zn: LurCH. might be a candidate, provided he arc some now in power, who accustom themselves was a circular carefully prepared and ing sonnd-this unexpected annunciation. rnmbtan-cs: in which he had Leen placed \t.y

Editor: for mcddiing with the subject, and espoualiy democracy. My own opinion is, that democracy and to different persons. I graph. V ; going into a full explanation in !his ,

; for introducing the name of the proposed may ycHiold the fate of the Union in The tntngucs oj same individuals! near ihc The position of lids!. pres$, located at the letter of resignation* or naming any of hi*
15\I'c C'sor. J In March\ 1830, Mr. their hands." President of colleagues; he presented:; briefly the result ofthe V. V "
seat Government relation !
? are daily developing themselves presumed to ,
U'clMfr again introduced the subject, though Thus were the democracy of New England ; and must soon:; end in the disappointment of, the president the high respect, and delicate political! intrigues, \\hich were dividing f
in a dihient! the cabinet, detracting: the and which V
He "
ship \re party
says : re- uddrcs&ed. Thoy were warned against those concerned, in them. The article in rcard, which it has, at all times maintained
' peat, ihat tjenprai.Jackson t } and he only, will! i the New York the pointed to a change i in llir? councils of the 4
Enquirer, and notified of an New York Courier, assailing the for public opinion, impose restraints upon it,
. be thc candidate of the republican party for ultimate coalition, first with Mr. Clay and (Tt'ie Telegraph) and the article of the press 2ad; I in relation to the discussion at ths timl", oi the President;: as necessary and indispensable.!
ih Mif-vt: l'rc>i.lencj.! In reply, the Tclc- Mr. Webster and if that The secret feelings and designs wth which 1 V
'ailed, then with assailing the Senate, have their origin in those propriety! oj his continuance in office for atotker 'V
griph: again; took exception ; and although Mr. Van IJurcn. TVcbpter\ would ** conn1 intrigues, the object of which is to: term." mYu colleagues entered ,thc cabinet* and \vJnrh: ....

not so :'r..nk and :fall, as in the previous conversations into the market' in force and sell IJ..I .." _... ". .- make the while there, they continued to cliemii-tnnr V
great out .L "-IULL1L uuu uincrs uoiicvu that Again a voice from New York, responding
, had with Mr. Mobster and Mr. to Mr. Clay, if he could purchase, 'or to Mr. is resolved to them Mr. Calhoun to the recommendation from Pennsylvania iu "notes' of private conversations: tl e.i.4'ir't: l
\\cn'ps, yet the aitjc.'c' dimly discloses the Van Duren if he oppose and thus up for future and conceited: us-,-the advice V
. : could not.F The jealousy of. transfer. the President's terms of approbation, equally strong, was also /
same dCstrflS. General Jackson must not a- The New England: democracy thus to be iiureu. I 8IIILL WAIT popnlarilv: : to Mr. Van heard nnd these two large Mates, thus of a certain cabal, and an m'quiesC'ence in the V V /

Ruin he:1 'andiilatc, l least his acts should aroused and excited A nu. DAYS FORFURTIER and counsel\ given, to enter the cabinet, and continue /
; they to
action by being DEVELOPMENTS. In the moving acting together, gave answers ;
i: he 'j'otcd: it) thc imputation of selri.-h ends, told ** they were to be oflcrcd up as the \ic- i shall take the liberty of mean time that whoever chose to go into retirement could there for special purpose.', notwiih.-tand- ," ;,(

. and eln tii.ncermg purposes." lie might not thus! of vengcncc ;" Thus was it hoped for your opinions until asking shall you to simsfenI do so, but that the claims of Mr. Calhoun to ing "the inst parable bar' which conscience V" '

think it hi- dny to'.sacriik-c his comfort! :'' and expected, that thc democracy] of KewElJgland the whole of the matter you in :i jsu have s en the Presidency would, certainly, for the present suggested, and the "indignity and outrage" ,/ 1
or, in ttiv mire distinct j and then which had been offered and bornfor fifteen V" !
language held to Mr. would ,
he aroused, and prepared; to actonihcfiidoofpitiiotUm. have to be postponed. Before a recovery : '
,''WclMcr: uhr ought to home" the Her- I han never months, were all unknown to me 'IbC' (' T
to the
go support bold and decisive means," then <( utu? I'. There isn: tins; article, nothing of in contemplation, to expel the Eaton and ,;a3e alarm: 1 now ncvcr sounded' the veto of the President upon theMnys'ilIc were necrots: worth preserving, and they were j
M". Nan Itiuxn's say to lOu, that the remarks kept closely. Yet, entire confidence was reposed
designs and Van Biircn I filled
intrigues, or influence" from the councils\ of bo far as Mr.\ Calhoun lload Bill was announced and
'\lr. Caihonn'h danns. These could be bet- the President I : the South with and It falsified the that on being informed that Mr. V.mDurcn
,-prevent him from consenting are lalsc, and time will show joy hope. f
ft-rmana!;-id l, and! lo happiei cfil-ct, throughfritate to a re-election ; and have thing of his enemies. ]Mr. the tine object predictions which had been mado to ;ir. and myself had iBtiredthe others would! V V V ;
every nrrannf Calhoun is known to
.,[.},-- arrangements" which were then in 'J il.. and nremrml. : tn- *-1n--tmv-- -.' _him..... n if" .li.<_> iVu\'YO'A; \ be the true friend of the Prcsidcut." Ritchie, and swept away that, whence a suc appreciate the motives which had occasioned V
j"II',ress it, and place their offices again at the tlispo: L moui.ii not completed. It was not consent.In At this timo Mr. cC'ssfulopposition was expected to arise. It :
)ct time to appeal to the for the Calhoun was Washing that tho President's moral tion of the President, that he might organize
public was perceived was
cor- few Vt
a days after, a letter was sent to Mr ton. ho believe '
can that
all this
.t?-liou of during cabinet of mater : ..
eul a new ts.
*, which the President could less than his and the homogeneous
M. M. Noah, of New York. In it Mr. while, of measured no physical courage, people
and slow he
not Le step ..
made which would be obnoxious the attaki V V
; to not to
1 l'CC ; that time was considered Green was not of the South against the North, was see- .
: -
to be says ; counselled and advised with ; and of of his friend and wouul
near at band, and evident- mingly impracticable, and for a time abandoned. any professing
was I have doubt that the that this '
no last in the
article circular
J was written I is advice
) J foreboded by the tone of the by Evidences of a better feeling began to suffer the affairs of the country quietly to bo ,
Telegraph. Courier
JUo-t of as well as that of the 12th, was prepared or passed under his revision and inspection ?
tho transacted. But these gentlemen although -
President's undertook ;
and June the .
nominations had in ,
herr, and are part of the intrigue intended It can hardly be believed, that without his appear
rbcrlJ before thc Senate; during the whole win- approval to shaw, that it had always been in favor of the now they pretend that they had been grievously : '| |
lo the President from his earliest Mr. Green *
:, r, and the separate would take a crurse so I "insulted." and were constantly liable to a
public the
re-election of Gen. Jackson. In mean
were ;
at a los:; to know why and best Friends. ; t
; 7 were not disposed! of. important to his political interests. It can- time tho President and Vice President had repetition of thc .'olltra c," could sec: no CUMJ:
The ,
friends of "
As to Mr. Calhoun, the object of the not be doubted, that thc: letters Mr. t- "
('arJJOlln! e to should either it regardedtheir : V
; : were differed in relation to sonic incident connected why they resign, as
constantly. pouring into Courier is to drive me Id the alternative of a- Dunlap, Noah and Ritchie I V f.i '
and **
; ,.ecarsol those vho wcie the especiallythis with Seminole (Indian) war, which had occasioned own honor the quiet of the I'rcs; Ielt, ,
I &)j'lJttc: 'for confirmation on bandoning him or Gen. Jackson. The artifice circular, were' written by and with Mr. a oolnes and separation. or the harmony of his administration. Having 1

r > of his ,trci'sthin' that, exaggerated body and acCOUnts the- is too shallow for success. It will recoil Calhoun's advice or passed his revision.- Congress again assembled, and it was .ru- .gone into the cabinet to produce di s
F !-.ncal preleranct's of those in nomination; upon its author. Those who desire to mono- The object and purpose of the last, was to moured that Mr. Calhoun intended to write a they could perceive no reason why they should V:: l'
\rrrc polize Gen. Jackson's'popularity for the use show, that Mr. Calhoun is the true friendof retire from itt to restore What ,
. "!C1ietl-V) and artfull sought after. i book, and give to the public, his corr pondcncc harmony. thy / -t t ..
> They
, od to han, polled both of Conan of Mr. VamBuren, arc interested in circulating the President ;" next, how management with the President. The papers were had so long and so ardently desired, being at : ', ( '\;

i I1rc.'s,>1, to have ascertained a report, which Mr. Webb took with and intrigue were going on near the Presidentand shown privately to his friends, who busied. tained, [the exclusion of Mr. Van Curcn and 1'1 ;VV"

, il. h, were his friends. Mr.that Hill a majority him from here ; but the intelligent friends of lastly, that in a FEW DAYS a full ex- themselves in representing the affair, in conversation i myself they were more than ever di-urns: ..,ito V
was re- the President who associate with the Vice woulcJ__ he_ 111:1111"..
ctfd m the office of Second nosure i n ..n. ... and in their letters, as an intrigue continue. Besidesthey could not s"o !hnvv ,

f the.r l gury, and Mr. Green Comptioller him President, ktvgw it to be false." Wherefore( all this secret, private, political : which had been gotten up on the part of Van the Government could well move en without ... ; V -

t tiit of condolence during which paid ho a Thc reportbere alluded to,, and declared to arrangement If{ Why all these conversations, Buren to destroy Calhoun. In preparing and them, and they were solicitous to procure V

{; persuade him ; ihat be had been sacriliced Bought be false, was.tjiat Mr. Calhoun intended to this wide spread correspondence, these intrigues 'bringing fcr lfd this address, much policy some justification, which they could pleac: tn V V' '

"the Eaton and Van Buren oppose the re-election:; of Gem Jackson.- in Congress, these preparatory movements ;- was necessary, and was employed. 1 was requested the people, for the injury which was about to ; V

hrs n-crc privately warned, that inJluuce.- How false it was, the reader, under all circumstances "in. open day and secret" Why to examine tho manuscript, that if result to tho country being deprived of th'ir .'

danger from the same It they certain-we>c presented. is prepared to decide. this: restless jealously, and fearful forebodingof there was any thing in tit, that could have, a important services Their honor, and the V.

Yould have been a masterly quarter., stroke of But it was not a wise policy, then, to permitsuch Mr. Van Buren-this fear that he would tendency to induce the President to r-ply to it, harmony of the administration, was quite insufficient .
polly an impression to_ abroad. At that induce the president, to consent to a re-elec needs their
}, :Mr.\ Hill could have been sent to.Netv3Ir. go a modification might take place. The requestI They must place resignations V \\P'"

Phirc, Kendall Mr. I time Gen. Jackson was not a candidate for tion-this apprehension that I bad lent myself obeyed ; but afterwards, ,that incident was ,solely on the will and ,the reqnc: r. V V .' ',,::
,- oah to S York and,other former Editors:; rc-elecUon, nor was it known that ho, ,would and my influence to bring about results, used to prove, that the friends of ,the Presidenthad of the 'President that on his shoulders m: ht :> V #
.vv be. The true policy' of the cabal to which ,were to thwurt Mr. Calhoun, and the undivided of V V
k 10 tllcirhomes their was postpone read and sanctioned the address, before it rest resposibility; the awful .V
1o1i11 duties to resume; profes- maintain towardshim tho appearance: of.Triend his claims ? Why the attempt to alarm, obtained publication. The statement, as it deprivation which' the government! ansi (lieV

had been, impressed with the belief, thttV ship, at least until that point should .be settled and to arouse the democracy of New 'England related tome, was illiberal] and,untrue. country were to suffer.from their retirement.Thfifr .:' V

4' flmf.ticrrien) made the victims, not of an Itwas, only tho malign influence! of those 1? Wherefore disturb Mr. Noah's tranquility -The niihliVntinn of lhi worka ftin'nroused : wishes 'were> crratified.. and a desire corn-' V V V

and Branch, but of the who might endeavour to persuade The President with fancied talcs of and intrigues '
", >nand Van ; plots party animosity, and partisans were perceived municatcd thatshould, :. resign* Thus .V ,,
:J it could urcn influence." It was' .a good( to consent to ,a 'reelectionand who and Miv: ,Ritchie with,grave and era to take sides, according to their personal; was the cabinet dissolved:4 and:thus far tho ..' ': .V V V ; V.

'lf have succeeded ; !b. t being ra.r Bought monopolize his popularity. for:':the cularwarningsf! Wherefore: in the circular predilections, and to bring-up the question' of country evidently? has sustained no!injury, V ., < I" "';"

ut .t'lar-fttched: it failed. Thus'is it apparent, : benefit of Mri, Vac Buren*: whereby thwart. of the 25th of;March,- is 'language so impressive the succession, prematurely, as the means of. sarein I the disturbances.and interruptions to V., :V ; V

they was not the 55ccrclar; >r O r War: alone, the plans and projects or Mr. Calhoun that ,and foreboding, and of such solemn,and creating! a division among the original supporters I the pubhc'wblCh the complaints. 'and murmur* -.. V V'

jot. desired to get rid of but tho Secre- were to be assailed. prophetic )import, employed I "What awful: l 'of the admi istration. The_ discussion in of'this' dismissed and 'disbanded ''corps have '::V :< '

IT IQn? ?elI Htate also. Ono of lbc members of ,Iioalsoivroteonthe25th'- ?March ,to, :Mr. event,',or dread design, ,)Vas a' F&'WDAY'' : Congress'was,evidently marked_by ,such lines_ occasioned.; If. Z 9J has'been stated( the-pfc- V : '

titItig who attended the preparatory Ritchie. ',*-';Editor of .the' :Richmond: Enquirer,_ about to: ifclose. ;), that friends, on the 'grou nd of separation ;' and while Messrs Ingham, sid 'pt' ..offered to::1ro ,of:them,' '1\rriJri< ham ;, /

,. Ose of a.bout the 20th of 'Worth, for the I and'employs? the I following language :- that' they*had NEVER: BEEN DECEIVED, ,norJalse Branch, :arid'Befri.t; > ,,"-CO4 there find', apologists and, Mr'.Branch, : after tn' frtnTovaf,. placos'!: > '/ .

Log iaqur reg1lating! the Prcsident's cabinet, I ** If there',ever.was a time whichdemandedthat \ alarms'b& founded, should be emplored :and advocates, the'otbet three. ,membersof or trust. atfd<< honor, let itWtet (Town to:"'h..., ''. V

them of, v my removal'would satisQ8'vcred I the friends of the constitution should boofirm to suspend their opinions! ? Was,all,this note the cabinet"were'struck af, as the;:.points 'of kindness, not' to' their iits"B, ;did notrthett ; /

cmphaticalltfo ; tee i wise, and 1 united, the moment hag arri:. of preparation\ -this bustle-this manage- ,attack[ by the new ,opposition* :.rne; o-.ns'a Ithow'thtsVnien. Htfdid' 1ot1cnb'hQ'w ;
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ap\b1o: they were 6, properly tppreciating They have produced none ,If.this be legitimate ,.omtheJ'nLional .
acts of kindness. He Wo4; ignorant that they warfare,,there few;, who may not bo ESPIONAGE.Intelligencer];' '_'. ter Lawrence. 'paper, .hanger of tliisjt tOlh bottom-;lhe wi d.south' "V !tt

hid i.Lf.lcd fan: cabinet t\\\ smiles and fair subjected to-the ordeal from which'the most 'Messrs. EDITORS : I. extract the sub'stance town ; S. A. 'Vhiltem re, of Leicester so hot, ,that the 'people on .board wereT

!professions bosoms.! He,'with. daggers concealed' in their i innocent cannot' always escapewith a name onblighted. t' the following story, which'is both laughable (Mass.) book binder, in the employ obliged to turn their faces from it. A. ...

littlo' knew that these persons, u It is a well known fact, that in and lamentable, from the Courier des Et- of Cory & Brown'; Allen Cory, nepolitan frigate is
\vho were admitted tohis familiar mtercourse, this city there.arc hired writers for e insight, going toward
had beet taking {liI of his papers at ats Unis. aIn mariner. A young man, from .Pawtucket the volcano which is
'f conversations a distance ; and i it some. incident does not, the gambling room of tho Coffee House smo
and free expressions, which had been from week to week, occur to fill their pages, La Torre, at Turin, the cards were briskly about eighteen years old, an king furiodsly.

conned ofer' between them, and prepared and fancy must suggest some gossip tale to be shuffling, then a moment of awful suspense apprentice to a black-smith, name un- -

carefully laid away for future use. He did old, and printed and circulated. The motive followed, and every eye 'was bent the kno'Vllvas mortally wounded. Treaty! \rith France.-l-The United State

not in fact know, they had been spies upon with the writer is his pay-with the publisher, dealer.u D-n tho King !" exclaimed upon a Wounded.-Daniel Branch since 181 Ohave demanded an indemnity of France,
carpenter for
him from the beginning of his administration; he gratificaton of the appetite t for slander, Piedmonteso Lieutenant, loses the value of American vessels seized and confiscated I
one always severely on the head and under the Berlin 8
arms and Milan
and that, finding.themselves deprived of the reckless of the wound it inflict. Under decrees. The
him. A of the
may by spy Police, who was amount of this claim
sabre Mr. Davis was rnillio
means of longer stealing'into his bosom, to such state of which by a ; right aIm seventy-five ,
a things, party excitementnow roaming about, u seeking!; whom ho might devour f rancs. The French Government not inclimn .
.. hunt out, and note down his thoughts, they toleratc's', of what concern is probity of ," caught the words, and fixed his graz shattered ; Jeremiah BOllilCY, belong- admit any claims except those which applic .

Were now ready for open, implacable and exterminating character-or what the value of a good narnefIt greedy eye on the speaker. He is disaffected :' i ing to the furnace on Eddy's point, badly vessels! illegally seized or confiscated, has ag(, "

war. These things he did not is upon this: sort of anonymous rumor, propagated f ," thought he : I'll watch him." Al l wounded in the thigh ; Josiah L. to pay to the United States any indemnity .' .

then know.-Recent events have disclosed by the vicious and malicious, that po- irain: the cards were dealt ; again the poor Luther in the foot. twenty-five millions, and has reserved the right bs.
them. making a deduction Horn tliL-
itical l contrivers seized lieutenant amount of a million "
to accomplish their. l lost ; and this time he cursed the
Nor did I comprehend the depth of the designs purposes.I Malignant as these gentlemenhave Queen I have !" We have not been able to ascertain and a half a-s an indemnity to some French cit-: )
enough tor
you snug murmured zeus t their claims! the Federal
of these three gentlemen. Having resigned shewn themselves, all I ask of them i is, the spy. The lieutenant drew his ill- the injury done to the citizens underarms ment. upon Govcrn- t

my seat in the cabinet, anq being aboutto to waive ail concealments, allege specific filled purse frdru: his:: pocket, and taking a but learn it has been extensive. 2. On the other hand, France, relvrg on the

retire to my residence in Teuness.ce, I did charges, and adduce their proof. A con- crown from it, stamped with the effigy of ex- The high sheriff* received a severe blow 3d article! of the treaty of the cession of Louisiana, i

not calculate that I should be detained here science "void of offence' can nice* them or Charles X. he paid ;It over to the winner, remarking in the breast which placed the FrcncIT navigation in that country '
.f from my home and business, to'defend myself defy their malace, let them; but strike their ** I have another crown here, which from a large stone. on the t tooting of the most t favoured nation?! J

: against their unprovoked Attacks. In blows openly and in the face of day. might as well follow the first. If I were a A town meeting was held on Sunday of demanded Louisiana that her shipping entering the ports
this I was mistaken. :My were resolved But it is time close this French at which the exempt from the payment
pursuiers to narrative. I am lieutenant I would play all!l night, buta numbers were sogreat of extra duties, as the English shipping1} has beeu .
that I should not escape tjie sweet revenge -' admonished, that already I have trespassed poor devil of a Piedmontcse subaltern can'tafford that the Town House could not since the treaty of Glumt! in all the ports of the

which their deep mortification at the too long, and laid claim to an indulgence beyond that." Away ported the spy. lie contain them, and an adjournment Union.( But'the Federal Government insisted that
loss of office had aroused. I could not bearit any that 1 had a right (o ask. I could had heard enough. An hour after the lieu- we gave too absolute, a construction to the 8th .
Ionizer. Messrs. Ingham and Berrien, who was had to the Court House Parade.- article! of the of Louisiana
not confine myself within narrower limits ; tenant was arrested, and i is still in prison ; trraty and opposed
<\1 were here, were in habits of daily intercourse and if I have said too much, be my apolouy charged, firstly' with bcinfr disaffected towards Judge Martin and John Whipple, Esq. our views the! more :strcnoasly beciuse the advanages -
with the editor of the Telegraph, and their found in tlthat it is the addressed the and after detailing t W%:lCl oar smVj1ulgH1uM| Uiua ha ciruj"." caT
through no culpability I royal family ; secondly, with desiring meeting, not in all the ports of the Union, but in those of14)UtSIflfl.1
V names being used in connection with the abuse of mine, that the public have been disturbed I the overthrow of the Sardinian throne, some of the outrages and com- OIthwouId have given that state a monopoly -

which was propagated through that print a- with private matters and private griefs. Patient because he wished his second crown, which mending the forbearance and j fortitudeof of French commerce:: altogether variance
gain.Jt me, I conceived I had a righ to iequirc and, forbearing, I was disposed to keep was stamped with the gracious countenanceof with the spirit of die institutions of the United

whether their names had been used, and reference to myself the adjustment( of my own wrongs, his Sardinian Majesty, to follow the fate the militia, passed resolutions authorizing States. Under these circumstances, the King's

to them made, with their sanction. nor solicit the public to become an umpire in of the Charles X. ; thirdly, he was accusedof among other thing*, the government, wishing to reconcile those national
readily admit, that t no imperative obliga. matters which, being private, could in nothing a desire to enter into the French service. Town Council to offer rewards for the just and benevolent which it is sentiments bound to maintain it must with the
ever entertain
lion rests upon a man to engage in private concern and interest them. Hut I am not pel Not a word was heard in defence, and he : detection of the chief rioters, and of towards the Federal Government, has: tho't. .

combat, merely because he U: invited to do so. milled to enjoy even this humble privilege. I will, probably, remain in prison till the ital- I the person who killed the sailor on I proper to abandon its interpretation of the treaty

Public opinion sanctions such appeals, only t have been arraigned before them by mn, ian Revolutionists: or a French army, enter of LnuMann, and in lieu thereof to stipulate fora
when the injured party right and justice I writhing, under malice, mortification and. dis- Turin. 31.Farther Wednesday night. specific and favorable rate of duties on our wine.

on his side, without other rctnciK. But a ngpoinlmpir}. Idly surmising: me to he tho Among the resolutions passed was From the exchange of the ratifications of the

man who asserts a claim to the character ot a i moving cause why the sun of their political Riots at Providence, and! the following :- treaty, into therefore the ports, the of wines the Union of Franc will l be admitted -

gentleman, is bound to act like one. Mr.\ Ing- glory was so suddenly shorn of its J loss Resolved That in duties on payment of
beams,p of lives !-We have already the op'nion of. : which are not to exceed the following rates:
hum did not thus act, \\lien to a plain and proper they arc restless, persecuting and unforgiving1anI ( our readers of! several riot apprised this meeting, the forbearance, moder- Six cents for( red wine in casks: ten cents for white
question, he returned an_ insulting) reply, appeal to (he country to rcdrc thoseprivate wines in casks, and twenty-two cents l for wiut.sof :
and sought: "to strut the hero, and ape thoaninr griefs to which they have subjected which have occurred during the past L ation and firmness of both the civil and L all kinds in bottles ; the present rate of dutieson

\\. ,"' without the capacity to go through thsmsplvo.:, by seeking to accompHsh selfish week in Providence. lllothervhich:1 military authorities on the evening of these several kinds of wines bring respectively

with\\ that which so improvidently and rashly aims at the expense of truth, honor and hu' terminated very :seriously: for some of the 24th, under the shower of stones, ten to be, fifteen obligatory, and on twenty the Federal cents. This Government stipulation! is

bo had begun. I never asked him to admitor manity. I throw myself upon the pardon aid; I those concerned, took place last Sat- and other missiles which fell upon the term of ten years; and it i:; further agreed for ..
deny, that my family and his:: did or did not t forgiveness: : of liberal I and that if that Government
a just community: them their and shall}! reduce the! d.itiesim- ..
turday niht. It will be recollected I patient repeated anxious .0
as! ,":('('latC'. lie never so understood me. It for all I hava said, and for any thing that iay: poocd by the existing tarilFon: wines in general', ;I...
: wa; for the publication only' and hU supposed appear to be improperly said. that on Thursday last the mol outnumbered attempts to terminate, by l peaceable it shall at the same time cinc a proportional reduction -

participation in it, that hell h-m! responsible.3iy Your fellow-citizen. and got the I better) of both means, the disorder and violence, to l IC madeiii favor; of the wines: of Franceso

\ couespondcnce: with Mr. Ingham, his degrading JOIIV civil and military authorities that vhich had) commenced with an energy that the latter may retain the sate relative advantage -
apprehensions, false ciujgeand i ; which ii:: stcurcd to them by the rates
- noble retreat, have already, tnrou n _nmiscii, --- ....11.'f called out to sunnress( .. thrn1.L .- and: boldness; increased by the impunity specified in the treaty.It .
a lic latter of previous nights and their unshrinking is also agreed that! the long stnp'e cottons of
were dispersed the mob ,
_____ be n made known to the public. lIe is suffering 01Ji1CltJJ : by )I, the United Suites shall:! in future pay in France: the
merited punishment, in the contempt 01! ATTORNEY AT LAW.ILL i because the militia had forborne to fire ) performance of the melancholy same duty as the! short staples. This efjtisli/af.nn:

the brave, the abhorrence of the honorable, Practice in I'Mi'njitx' of ihiOisirkt; andin on them.) One of the accounts beforeus duty which finally devolved upon which: has existed since 1S-JG:: in regard to the Ici'g
and the detestation of the community. them merit the staple cotton of Brazi''!, will equally: udvsu tr.
i Y Y Jackson Cuuntyr Khridn. His Oiilcc: :; say:; :-" On Saturday Bight the approbation of every prove : -
I addressed Mr. Herricn on the same sub- | is CI1 JtflVrson street, opposite that of the Ilc isitr. geous to the American planter and our o\ -n manu
} ;; f friend) to the and order of
mob began to assemble in the neighborhood I- peace good f t ctures.-Frcnch Government the.U mleur
- ject. The correspondence took place N. B. Ail insiHiiiunis: of writin;', will be drawn paper,
he has laid before the public in his recent ad- WVM tile s'ri'-tcst; to tl.vir Ic;zil l uccurary.TallinICSP }j of Olney street ; towards 11 society. .4
} June 20! 1829. :38tf.5B : A Richmond paper of recent date mentions,
dress. When it terminated, I had hoped our -- --" -_.. o'clock, several hundred had embodied l- that the slaves in the district of where the
difference: was ended. His late addresshowever :t ((03 aiai ;} i< and commenced demolishing other Latest from Lisbon.Captain Waterhouse )late insurrection took place, arc country"thinfiinsrbi: sales
of character ind'.ice with 1rJ> "F. "' :'d..i..vJ i iL -h(' V. ::. 11A.iXCLIA, of the brig _Ann UITi- distant markth"-Wc .
was a to ] me a houses: of the Lucy .for not te neighborhoods : -
JtO"whidl if nut taken! the 31st U "f D : description before
: : :\y razed -
belief that forbearance the former ved to which they will be earned ml
occasion Portland that
on at last a hope
my : I on Tuesday I, A\ill be sent to the General Post Office a.s the reports -
had a tendency to embolden: him to lend le:tcrs.Htrley I to ground. Soon after, Gov. that in Lisbon the none of them may be brought into this State.-
further malignant assaults; and accordingly, Captain: David. .Lolaml, LouisHell Arnold advanced upon them with the on 24th of The: policy! of Virginia, in permitting no slave toe
without I made cireet John S.. . . :M'Lcmoro, \Irs. M. E. civil authorities August, a regiment of the King's b brought into the State, but allowing any num
seeking explanation, a Bid, :Mr.. . . . .M'Aiully, Ji-lm and backed by a company revolted killed their officers ber to be carried out of it, is worthy 01.our imita-
call upon hin, for personal redress. Crawford, Gideon. . .:\'r! tillan; John I IEMAiNING of cavalry, another of artillery, troops tion. Some of the banditti engaged in the recent.
His answer was never communicated to )ural, Burr II.-2 Spnrkman, Henry IC and three and marched from their barracks to the massacre }have been pardoned and ordered for
me. The friend who acted in my behalf, finding Fuller, Homer-2FK'i O. ctllrs..Mary companies of infantry, in all public proclaiming the constitution transportation. In such cases it i is customary we.
it an argumentative, labored: reply, to a (; Bon]-.twin Plan!, )Dan about four hundred men. The mob'' square believe for the Executive of Virginia to take, from
acv! SavilianITills : Sih'ix, Fanny and disarming the police, and the
plain and simple demand, returned it, as a pa- Lieut J. Williams, James were immediately ordered to disperse, person purchasing felons whose sentence has
giving their to the rabble. As been thus commuted, bond to them beondthe
arms a
per not of; a character to be presented or re- Johnson, David Wcllliorn[I "WilliamW.Vinslmv 'which they answered with insult and carry:
limits of the ;
United States but
Jenkins, John Elisl.a.-2 t they passed of the inhabitants as a discovery
ceived. A second call wa made, which many
menaces. The riot then and prosecution of the} bond is take
Kerr, David Woolen, Hove'. act was read, not likely to
resulted in a refusal on the part of Mr. Ber- [f.2'n letter and the mol j joined them. But as soon as Don place, these convicts are often sold in the Southern
rien, to grant the sntisfactionhich had been E. SEIXAS, P.1.: together any peaceable Miguel heard of the revolt, he mustered States-an instance: of this kind occurred several:
asked. lIe has proved that, with malice and October !!;th 1831 7f: citizens who had assembled as the I. years ago in SoMth! Carolina where John C. Cal-

_ hatred in his heart, he could wear the garb 1L1b1! ''D'I Uall :Bm spectators) were ordered to disperse, troops he had at hand, surroundgd houn bought of a negro trader, without: knowing
of the revolters and fired into their character: ,several of these transported felons.
a friend. Pretending to have claims to in ihe I'-.s. Every care must be taken citizens that
honor and character, he could become the SEE, un I Ihe 30dl( clay of Sep'( inur' Bfl.: 3 if not ation. All them from every avenue, killing from of by our
good citizens retired.- none brigands are thrown
t taixen out bylhe} 31st December will tc the General soon upon ts.
traducer of a woman, seek tho rum of a : sciuto. three to four hundred of the regiment. .
Pot OlHcc dead letters.J :Meantime the IRecorr.A
: : as mob
family which had harmed him and amounting to several ; -
never \-Alhton, Augustus LewisR..R. Williams The survivers then surrendered and
sl-nuk: : from responsibility. It mast be ever Atkinson, James Linn, James S.-3 hundred, proceeded to tear down .
were thrown on board the Mr. Francis Greene, of Georgetown, S. C
so Base mcrtarc not brave. A guilty conscience ,\rl1liSltuJ, sirs Mary B. Qt-:Moorr, John the houses:: and! pelted the soldiers and Soon prison ships. who had been nominated: a member of the standing -
Alderman, James 1\1 Donald John afterwards six or of the
is bad the
a panoply on authorities.rrhree houses committee of bcth the! Union and Free Trade
Austin, .lr. M'lntosh, John M.-2Milly were soon
honorable combat. The conscious wrong- Andrew,Thomas J. John den1oli hed. At the end of the hour principal inhabitants at St. Ube, ofthe parties, has through ti.e \\ mja'\' Intelligencer,
doer anticipates the worst, and calculates to .\lJClrcws, n. II. W.SJ Macon, Arthur liberty party, were arrested and declined accepting the latter appointment, and accepted -
SvtitVr, from a knowledge that he deserves it. l"ceton, John-2 Massy, James-2Moire specified the'iufalltl'Y were ordered to thrown into the j former. His reasons for( declining! to
It i is not surprising, therefore, that Mr. Berrien's lidily, James : WilliamMnsi'ii fire blank cartriges towards them : the prison, probably because act with the Free Trade party, alias the NuHiiiers
Brown] John \, 'V uhcr B. Don Miguel thought them involved in are
conscience did not permit him to trust:: Brirwn, David Miller, Dr. J.IfcC.Murry mob were l'oia moment startled], and the 1. He cannot embrace the o -trir.cs of the par-

hitnsflf with one, whom, so wantonly and :.sopertinaciously ; Basfct Francis Susan instantly looked about: to see if of conspiracy. tv.
he had wronged and sought to Bull' ,Jerusha Mathcny,Jolm-2 their any 2. lIe does not believe) Nullification: a peaceful
injure. These two men, II, ham and tterrien,, Bakt.r'm.; John. II.2 Manor 1\l'Jucr;Alexander: number were killed ; finding none Extract oj a Ltlltr from J\Tnrsala\ in Sicily, remedy. '
Bynum, RalphBeinbcryMiks
will l bland together in after time, and with honorable l\.1 iilcr! John-3 injuried, they all hooted and pelted the Hi- July/ 1831. 3. He believes! secession disgraceful.

men, monuments of duplicity, ingratitude Bhckledge, James 2I--'icLIta1l, 'V. D. authorities. Bali cartriges were then Such wonderful and awful occur- 4. He believes civil war will be the result. I .
and baseness-traitors their HI.xhamVilliall1 h.!rman, Grace 5. He believes Nullific-ition! : secession and ciivl
- to friend
and of themselves '((5 -Chamt-crlin, R. 'V. IS'cwsam; John substituted for blank, and volley was rence has taken place in this part, thatI war, arc consequent on each other, and serve ta
destroyers : memorable I ulsons! Hasse: (Q-Owins, GC'Irgc"VCalclch ordered to be fired over their heads ; cannot refrain from taking the earliest support the first reason given above.
illustration of the melancholy truth, a "man I Alexander. IP -Perry, James A. .
may! smile, and smile. a d be a tillian." Campbell, J. K. 1' pc, Sampson this had no better effect than the first ; : opportunity to inform you of it. My From a tete London Paper.
For Mr. Branch I feel and Cooper, Henry Perkins: Henry B.-2 the mob looking round before last ,
pit) contempt. Campbell, Robert Perry, Amelia G. as to see I. mentioned our being greatly alarmed GTou/.Sir Henry Halford, at the last meetingof A
lIe has been tho dupe of his own littleness of Cant hers,John Pippins, Solomon the effect, and finding no damage, now .with several shocks earthquakes ; the College of Physicians:: ; read a paper detailing I
mind, and the victim of his more wily asso Caruthcrs, Susannah Price, Marcia insulted them more than before and this however the results ef his experience in the treatment I 1
ciates. Though he has entered into their Clark, Daniel Perry, Burrcl did no further harm than:1 of u1Ut. For the cure of this disorder, he declared 1
feelings, and aided them in their Ucwignflhas: Crum, Mr. Peters, Samuel taunted them with fearing to firesaiti ,- f frighten us. It is the opinion of most 1L L his dependence to be upon_ colclilcum. From, i \
asserted untruths and offered Cause)', Shcrcd II. Penny, Masky! their shot were for a use of the vinous infusion of the root he
injurious impu- Cawardinur: James Pitt man, Jimes: :: J.Iavidson good nothing, people here that these awful! visitationsare proper eflecls.arise and' :
tion.s, I cannot find in my heart to entertain a 2. -avid>- D. Parrott, J.).hn and that they cared not for militia.- likely to be put a stop to by one: wtien had never the seen mode any of but administering the best this inedicu; e, t
of towards humble Benjamin Pasey, Richard
feeling (
revenge so an ac Danicll, John RJ -Robertson; ,Wm. A-3 Forbearance was at an end. Gov. still more awful. .volcano has hurst t and thereby cutting short:; the attack of gout, i is

complice. Dickson, Edward liese, Ausclin Arnold at the head of his soldiers ordered out of the miles S. W'' of followed by the use of the acetous: extract of the L
The restless, troubled spirit, that, through Dudley, M. R.Dawlinjr Rogers, Shadrach forty same root,he does not think that the intt-wah. te s
such secret agencies, moved and controlled I Xacchcus Roberts, Lury them to fire a volley of balls into the Sciacca, and fifty-four miles S. E. tween the attacks are shorter than the usr;. to le, .j I.,

all! this intrigue and management became visible Dancan,Thomas Q-Smith, Rev.M.-1btringer mob. Several fell dead, or died soon I from Marsala ; we can see it plainly! l formerly, when the complaint was l k It to patiewe ttl

last winter in his proper person. His influence 5 Duncan'-Folkcr, Benjamin, ,\ lillamll. ,Joseph, 'HinmasM.Stiles C. after, and three were wounded, supposed from the top of the house ; the captainof and yet the flannel.weight But of,three gmntmgthat or tour attacks thev are of thedisi Sorter, :

and address have associated in his Folkcr, 1\1r. T. Skect, Samuel mortally, and several others; a boat from Sciacca that the order, of three or four day, c'uitinuanee eacIJ,1:1fcarcely 0.
schemes partisans, besides those who Flake, Rev.William Simpson, PrcsonShesMmi says
many slightly. The mob took to be compared. 'with the pressure of sixweeks' :
Fecit instantly has
embarrassed the last cabinet with difficulties. John : J. to crater been ascertained to be ten
painful l confinejfieut: in the and .
spring onaof
Findlcy Asa Sandlcy! James their heels ; .
They have made themselves victims his and a moment! after not one miles in circumference he duration tl.oj
to an Flake William Shearer, Majr. ; brought equal at. the btter end of the year.-
bition. If he can now find pleasure in the Fields, John C.-2 2 Tuylor, William rioter was found near the scene of ac some pieces of black pumice stone, The President mentioned that he had been at painsto J,

course he has adopted for the promotion of <(D.-Green. J. 'j aylor, Andrew tion. The companies then inarched to quantities of which swim about and procure frora Constantinople! some of the hci- fo'"
his urecn, N. 1'. Tenncll, Joseph 1 P. ; ( modactyls vriuch sod! there and are thought toW AK
views ,
_ in thcTafflictions with which he has: different fire
( eddie, Alexander Thomas, Edward L. sections of the town, and had I that he brought was picked forty: the some root as was recommended for the cuiof' : 1,
visited up
my dwelling, or in the sacrifice of the Gibson, Dr. E. R.-3 Turner SarahThompson
trilling instruments who, as friends, were employed Graham, Archibald Leslie A.-2 no difficulty in dispersing all persons.- miles distant from the volcano. He also gout, so long ago as the sixth century, K-y At ..\

to do this service, he must owe his.satisfaction Gibson Graham, Mrs.,'John Janet, Timers Taylor, Benjamin SimeonrEIHunley Tranquillity was restored soon after 12 says,_ that great ,quantities of fish of( exaiuler,___; ____ of rrallt! s.L antqJ

to tho delusion ambition.. The John Taylor,, John o'clock. The Governor gave all the every description, are floating on the lL'.J.AJ.. :.:J Ar',") Lhc ,.._-4 ._ i.i tne suoscriber, a.' '-
time will come when the victims of his policy t-kuzgins Gecfc ']Thompson, James G. orders to fire, &c. assuming all the responsibility water ; one was picked of thirty- J4j4tew t days'' ago, about 4 miles? from Tallahassee! : o .,
shall rise before him, like the shades which Holland, Dr. J. \V. '7. ass, E. B.2 and his conduct six up the road to the.Mickasucky: in the La Fayette tow,
appalled the insidious and heartless Haughton, F. R. \ anhorn, James throughoutthe cwt. ready cooked.. Although he ship, a mouse colored mare MULE with black lists ,'
usurperRichard Howel, Julian Vickers, BriantyVhitc embarrasing affair was spoken of passed miles distant the the shoulders. She is about two years old: and V .;,1,
disturb his many heat
to slumbers and to drive ,
Harrell, Wiley >$ Thomas .
off with the t'
in the been broken a few weeks : she ran !! 11
peace from him.Detraction Handlcy, Josiah V ebb, Willis highest terms of commendation. was dreadful. Many people have upon her, and is supposed. to be in the neighbourhThe ,
has struck at around $J-Jerdan, Caleb West,Charles B. this finder will be rewarded by returning Jher to ti'J :
every thing gone day to see the volcano and
4'lhnson,Charles ,J.U'1Kelly \
Tne' subscriber, or Mes&rs. C. C. & R. 'V.Villiam& :
mo. And although it has been uniformly pretended Jamcs Wilson, James names of the killed-and of we also propose 'an early visit. A Oct. 24, 1831% 10'Jw H. W. BRAPEN.. .\
that the persecution against me originated i- tUlly,John Williams, John the wounded, so far as ascertained master of -
in great regard and delicacy for public K tmp.George W. Willis, George from Malta, that LAST NOTICE
tL-L rkiut', Ned Williams,Jos.T.-2 though it is probable more of the .latter arriv dhere three
feeling B morals, what, the days that Taxes, arc again ear
yet are proofs to Lanum, Squire Wood,Samuel be ago, says, in arrears for City
,authorue the'rumor,'about which Mr. Inghamand Lofton,James Walker,Benjamin! may oiiscovered are :...,_: passing between Sicily and the Volcano !-THOSE requested to make payment on or before

Mr. Berrien woidd'nol trouble Ihemtelveg 10.. Luke,ThomasLanon Wells,Daniel: Kzlled.-Cyrus B. Guile of Mansfield ,- on' the fifteenth .inst. the' cdnesday the 17th day'of August for all 183 TOXKS\, Execuuod that .
inquire, but which, Susannah A. West, Robert K. .. Mass. sea was will issue on the day thereafter
couldan4 (
.di notwithstanding, they .[160 letters.1 I. Q. SEAR y, T.; l\{. )) aged eighteen an ap so very rough although: but. little wind, due the. City of Tollah !sce. Marsha!,.

: 8 creo'Wh er Ipto circulation I ? October. Sift..1931---!, 7t prentice to Mr, James Barnes t Wal-!lJ ll | that'he expected. ho should have gone August 19,JAMES 183!. BRYAN, Jr.City' Jr1\& '

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Such Were theft tS tills
in case, and the editor cd r

--, J:1'LOltiD of the Courier must dive deeper into law and directly for that purpose ; and the'purpose itself -V"but iJ1r""rk"'P;'*** vfv.i'i; .,. Z ... .'
... ere he find morals W." -t'.; ; .
C can
-- .- -- -------- == ih technical strictness 1 t the.object was to protect the Indians .If I | j probably went on Canada._. She can be ibui.d Woodbridge &.Wililara's. Uoylca .. .. I

of the Universal ""
against ,
TALLA.iJAS. : one, or the Unprincipled we '
I sanctions of the other settlers-does lIIl:1giJ1e.-Phil.[ U. S. Gaz;* Geograpbyfc Uappy Family,* .i
a justification j l any one believe the legis : Atla. .. I
J for lators l 'SeICCtor.
; WoC'1'O11v1t his comments of Georgia .
F7i 24,1831 the
: I HYM01 on facts i in this case were so foolish as to suppose the 'VoodbridJeViJliud's Tales f
which he has heretofore vnprincipled plunderer of the Indians Mr. WIRT of small do d. : for Boys. I
or the strictures he would hesi- Virginia has been nominated ) Burn works. I
tate f
'lcl"ullI1t'r l1aJ3111 3 has recently forth to take the oath ? Not the Anti-Masonic Olncy's Gcol'grnphy and S
"\ om rOLL .OIJK..agatll.-l put on the manly and indignant predator one "unprincipled de Convcniion, a candidate for Uie Auac. Dryden'VirgiI.
this before the people. The appeal of Dr. Mcacham upon these ignorant and credulous Devil on Two S !
Presidency of
brought to the public. pie," would hesitate peo .the United States, and Mr. ELL- Morse Geography and Taies Stick :

tt1itT fCrms not to have recollected the classic sayhe We will now turn for a moment to the conclu against molestation "in a moment the to secure of himself MAKER, of (Pa.) J for the VicePresidency.J. -AtLas. Children of a of Grandfather the'Abbe ,

ng-llut'tlI d.cllj vT11pcrdCY", prw8 Jl'f1It:11tal,when sions which the Courier says the facts in cation" by conscientious scrui/es.prosecution The his vo Parley's Geography for Guy Mannerin ,.
the members chi.dren.
renewed his attack, on Dr. l\lcach.uu ofGads- have confirmed upon his mind-It is stated case of the legislature well knew, in enacting the law B. LANCASTER Esqr.of AlachuaCoun illiard'a Anr.ient Atlas. Charlotte Temple.

den county, in the last number of die Cou'ier.--i poll hook in Dr. Meacham's hand that a and t fashioning the oath to them, that the Mission ty, hasbeen appointed Collector of the customs Grimshaw's Unit'd States, Valley Louisa the Orphan. J

honoral.e: and I ticated writing, authen aries were almost the ; : for the District of St. Johns with questions. of ShevandoaJu
Ji.q conduct in thus assailing an by the signatures of the clerk would persons on whom they and Inspector of> Arthur Clerniruj.

li..min.1l'l, man; of his own party, Amishesher : tore, is found in the clerk's o1licc of and inspec almost act the, for the simple reason that they were the Revenue for the Port of Jacksonville : East Hume, Smolctt! & Bissett's Cowpcr's Poems. .
Gadsden: only setTlers who ; England, 9 v<. The
proof of lie! correctness of the incicnt ty, and therefore he coun were not "icicked"and Florida.( -S Josephus Village.
2 vols.
cannot be correct when "unprincipled" enough to $4. Lady of 'the
he perjure themselves Lake.
_g We have! quoted ; for no man in hit sensesjja.nmhaven.'viveda states that lie enclosed a copy in his hand I Il I was in the conviction of the integrity of OAK.-It will be recollected, that just Count Gibbon's fe? *;ur's History. Moore's works.

controversy, admtUiig to the Governor, and that no writing I abused men, and in that alone, that the legislators! before our election last May, and it is not unwise J rytlcr's Elements Rome,4 vols. Lady of the l\ n.nor..

SCC i dinning proofs of a conspiracy agoiist the Executive office! Credat Judcus copy teas sent to the: I of Georgia: expected to accomplish their object ly conjectured, with a view to influence its result t, of History Arabian Nights.
A Thompson'sSeasons.
)t' rilY its of the.! people.) This matter has long since Apclla, non ego. I more has"wickcd"tl l "unprincipled"! exercise ol i a Branch of the "unit" now no more, denounced :i General History. "S Vicar of Wakefield.,
I been
explained to the, power never been witnessed in the Live Oak Goldsmith's England.
our Baron's
( -HIIT; t in madness that a member of his ovn par- satisfaction of the I One country. cultivation. General Jackson soon Essays.
public ; yet the} Courier peculiarity of the law is that it Greece
denies extends after denounced Tracy's Political
, I l Ii liojJd: (I rcm llis olicial] oligalions! and ;ense of it and calls for( proof. Will he publish! the only; to a part: of the State-arid if the to the malign influence" of the Rome. Astonishing Affair.Economy

} '. ri:iz:..t iiirainotint) to J his wishes for the succss of a in The Floridian of; 2.1 cirtificates create such marked distinctions of privileges power and: Branch of the unit aforesaid, in that respect andall Beauties of History. Magazine of Wit.

oil! partisan: the editor of the Couriir assails inspectors and the clerk signed- by all thtr} i j duties, l for; different sections of a State, i Is admitted others, by a reformation, one of the good effectsof Narrative Howe's Greek of Revolution. Eulogies on, Adams & Jefr
I Iltl I Greek
.e '
showing that both -\ve sol- ferson.
1 r. )Mr-iciiam: in a manner that must be tcnsureti original, as substituted' and the the}' ::|!',i gin c'.ums Iaaourselves; much! of feel its incoiivenicnce.s. Geor-, which is an order from Mr. Woodbury, with dier. The Foresters.
copy were made I our the
who intends to form D own Territory, and if on sanction of Government, the *' Rollin'sncient History Memoirs
ly) : one a dispassionate by Meacham? \\Te answer No! : tde report of her her restoring Live 8 vola.Plutarck's. of Countess d$ .
: surveyors: legislature should! Oak "
emphatically.: '
plantation. Gc
,1 jt1d I:1l'nt: from flct,-] Ic calls Dr. Mettham I to He dares not do it,-his business .see fit to extend her jurisdiction; A lctterr has been addressed Lives. nlis.
is over us
to have we Pelham.CJarkes.
..t'i'-iiu' circumstances: whicii} to his mild, showcopy tie to do l with tacts: in this matter as lit- |j I lin-1 I t's and oaths: framed to meet our particular may. to Judge. Braclvcnridge, to carry it on.-We ad- History Enjrknd, 2 vols. Life.

J, that flt. of' thc poll| )JKK>I< vas sent, hr' him, l<'. It, i is worthy! nl* remark ihut as possible., i j CI'Cllll1st.u.Cl.'s ; ontl. hnd__n..,. nY. 'H!1r..1.u.. .....u, ..:.1. X'tcirt T)t. Courier it\ republish& ertnno f\C- Ilia---- -T.iv..<." flU... Scott's raPtleon--_- T-,ir... va"r .c 1 CiUIKlJlI.___._," .
: Iwitli t;.:<(. rwl.!. ...,-v/-..,.. cnams; and speculations. ,v aIker's l large II'
.f the 'IVrriliirv Afirr I. ''r manaeiw, sent here to "J Dictionary. Franklin's 2d
thc' EXl'cltiw lift nnltiication though htteral transport to Expedition
I "transcrips" 1 from( each! other : Georgia) ; for trial as felons all abridged do to the Polar I
wore who should! dare GI-OUGL\--l\Ir.Lumpkin Sea.
j The Floridian. ol the to is elected by Walker J
in 21th Agiisl, we authenticated us originals and were i; deny the authority of her Saws a considerable Johnson's do fht1"s'ettertfmmthc'Ves: '

.\ IJll.r ask-nr Courier what farts will connnce 111m eye of the law so that if it o originals the |j "vb'cked'1tieterinination: or manifest a JUJjority.--The Troup party have a maC Webster's Spelling Books. Van Halen's Narrative.
were disobey them.
proved tint The[ obb's
there j jmanuer jt jority in the Legislature. do do
that of the poll book was sent to Uic Gov- of White's Voyage S
a copy were any change of the destination of them executing these !laws shows the spirit Comlcy.> do. do Masons fo China. ,

ernrtr! It would wem that he looks at 1 facts "ai pectively, the case res- I in which: tnvy were undo. The \hcn! -writer Chan and Toy Bocks. Life Farricr.imrn-cvcd.! '
would not be i POLAND.) of It. H.
varied Lee.
r (fir a1-! s/.v.ks of tle
;; lenient: N
; |
it wen1:, through: a glass darkling, and vcre it our though both: were legally :;' G and'merciful temper of tne Warsaw is still hid bv the Russian work Spellings. Kent's Commentaries! 4
L' armies New v.
originals overnor. But from
: York
they were in L how l> the fact; ? When I Header Nos. Ahnarks !
con'incMm Worj ,
solely to of the fact both the of 1'he Revolted.:
o\Jjt'ct corectness olPr. eyes Europe. Poles .
copies. il j I ce-'Jer: arrested, his! wife and child however are said I 1,2 and 3. Dim Allan. :;
Jlractom's statements, we should rbear be- Such then | coniii.e.l were both to be pepared :bra terrible! resistance. M .
1 are the facts and CirCumStanCeS j by severe siclmess) of which the child! They have urray'sGrammar&lCey Twelve years Adventures
as we Jo! with Hudibra' that addition. in 1 j iii's,: .;. : tmdermii.ed the whole Warsaw and : Introduction
JScring, to a remark made,] in ; : .Ci' diet] lie cl..I.lnot, !leave the state witliL'out : are ready 25 Srutlienuar.;
j jest wiiieh overpowered
"(\ nvinrr a man apiinst Jii.s \\ ii, 1 forth in justification are put L :: l Rivmg tneiu to liio mercies of the to bury themselves and their in Reader, 37 1-2 Pc 1.i3le.
lIt'I of thsviimip'iiion I ; ) fctill.J I "' an attack; by the Courier., (; ii'ds.: Before t.e: ; cn.'M I be Georgia vaders in oiie common: ruin. It is said however, Sequel, Th? 'OXI'nior.s, S
on a respectable! removed, 'ie that t the Ku.v Exercises.
It is not however, in hum-in: nature sit calmly! for citizen, of his:: own political! : J fiit-i, arrested; and vih! IMS:I other: feiiow-S'illercr*, }bur- :and i allow: t >uis aie disced to tieat with them: Kirk ham's G.r'lO J1lar. The The Ditiwnrlf!,
a contentious em Drn'YIlt't'd S
by, and permit that to pass unnotlew; ? which may the dischargs of an ; duty, in. !ried into (;eorga, for; trhl, in 'a manner which; :I !governed I bv a al'pa1"ltc Viceroy national of: their existence: to be Colbi'rn's Arithmetic. France in 1830 I :, ,

4 .fix I1 impression: on the mind* of thu-e! who.have I cholc'jjf protection: of the votes of the -people in the: ed would with be coasidcied cr.ei; and unfeeling: if adopt-/ iiencral J H..dg l: Ir, wo;: had ciossed own the Vistula peoptJ : .- Smilcy's t" Federal Galcl a- Book; f ti,,! B.'uioir! S
atl'S and to
examined: fie ficts in a l'l'j'escntatn"c.Dut JI n'i'r: era. Competed;! with Lost J Prt.
it the case, unfavorable to j I wr.lii .. : t to act Faskevvit!';, ha.j re-c-osMd it wincli Oabol's Arithmetic. diction,

Ii n !honest : ;::1 respectable ciii/.en; : wio has: plainly : Dr. Machaw, previous to the! late re-ap-l.lit-irnecnsita.nItIII' ti.ij'ty h}':C'miles' I -el.3!d.nly, w,tii ciiisi.! : ;; .:IH.jl L | sLow that t..e: cause of tiie I'oie! is 1.lJl. so, JesIe- Pike's do English English: in TI Frn.-e cne, ;
; muic: iliiilcli.-i-1 ,
l pcarance of : :
the : rite
tint neither I party: attachments: nor c.lito- I Courier, had f III1''mc.l' himself'c.1 togethei at nigni; ; tiu-ir ll'fli'igc S .isve might exp;i with anxiety r: Paitersnn's do Trials: of Life,
; ll.r 1: :
ii Frar.tlral
a1O.I1 iKiiit. ; arrival
candidate to every from Reader. '
i! (lea-iiicuiions: can drive l Juu from the rectitude ropre.vnt Gad.-dcn; county in the j j'otitrag:; 'd with honid oalln.and; ; If! ".! i'i 1 I-. :. n.t Coiiti'ieul; as likeiy to t Dime's i'.hczta-c. Hc'.cr's Travels,
next : ; ; g news o: the of tbs Vivian
.. I ins way?. legislative council!: at a: time! too, when his: j j i j1 j1flection llld l vun slut! up \\t11111 tr.e w-slis ''f a co.d and I j i |pie. Ki.ig.ianii.uous:: peo- Ladle's.'-;rcnrJmr. Bramblitya Gra\-House, S

/ tBit let us s(? vrhat: are those facts which fix so might interfere: with the friends: ( ul'ti::L'-f\en I dreary tii!prison' )l witnout :Jlorjr! : lg-J.: :: or !Ix.j ; denied 1 j I RUSSIA AND POLAND. P alev's" ,\ crk' Taits 'Passion: ,
Couri'r.-Ilil1c '-r privilg" of J on&s Nat.
Iricive! 0:1 Im- Doctor's iliac lachrymac ? It remain. .j i.iii.-g! to x-ti-or! in I1 I I B&RLI.V, Aug. 10.- Philosophy. Perry's seor.nd V *,
niinJ the belief that t to be ;.J :! ]prayer: lor theiis':. ive.tu.'l I tr.eir ; According to letters from: Ilod;ts Lc 11.. BoswrWs : o'a ,

I lEIti!i ifj- i ivas not s';i!-We s;cak now from 1 dcc.ded whether the citi/cns: of (:il! .- :: < tii; tistii; ePluct' of oaths ;reec Uiis, v.' ;i;- i ,rana.01' the 31st uit. tr.e: Poles.aug ,cIl l outtig;:t Gidman's Is at. His'orj' Minstrel Love Life of Johnscn.
j 'I"CI.,;;:, l,;,rv have not the} number of the den, without respect to pa i lies, wj ill' SH1'a: ,; ti i;.iis: ; iV.iity! ; ,,l..J;\C'.s, l let tie a i.ocr.--y Oiusji: .11'1 I at t.-e ii ea of I being starved into Sti Llall';!OU by t,) Lexicon of Useful Knowl- Man of Two Lives, S
Dr. Meac.'inm -"uvjgc i hndequate: a t loice as of the Uufsiaus. I edjje. ,
.1I r at '!.iid: in wiilc'i tie Doctor or join the denunciation; of the i Iii'urIllli f : l\\t't :.(: had : M hey Cap..PrpeinIas'! Vova"c .
so ;
triumph provisions Gold.Miiith's
Courier, t the J am lulL at ail! d- eiiKiigh to stand a serge: of J Jour i Nat. History. The Protestant
,?sslIt'd 1:;( ]p.c} :' titt! the affidavits of Dr. organ i i tlioNs.cleus: has lately I jiour-j t \i! t"on''iiHl! sh'K, -IJoI..l} u> C"i"; 1:1 this coii ; months;, and t.ic town was: too well Ibititicd: Lr -kenid B lc1n. Cfnudsley! S

I ..;M were ?;n" .; iy! of credit, and contrab ('li out on him. If we m.stake. not, the result will j': rss tuc .''};aC'Hl( nri.e:. !d e II.t'i m-c' u..,< ,d-ut. "i t ;:cre, bat. every side to aiiow: ) of any :fear that; the enemy will on L La tie's Le'icon. Coun'ryburate J
show i i in I Amei
that e \ lie ican
.\ ei!c:in.'.:-lances. ivaicli: : c-jid! I nol lie-It that: the \IJt.tJe'Ii! sustain oe10: ; :: 1 the 1IlI( :!:1.ltlOI1 o! I ti I"-,-t' .,l n d"a.Cl.-; : ; wrinen and '10 r attempt to take it by storm. Ti.ere was a regular iiumslac.: Clipstcrficld.. Grammar. Laurie The Cosmopolite, ;

ihM DI.J has: incc itt! the l'!>.'>!e-i"ure of the by [ ': uioerlud'ia; ', piobably army of 40,000 men within the city, and a ; Todd, S
I 1'C': UI!:, in :iris certificate: of July parly an : ; the 1 (i!-ln/i: t):r :hc purpose of inj number of Aliiswnrth's lauDiotionary St.Rcnan's Well 1

L ';Jl, -:31.1. ia suustarci: tnt at tie honest h and ind 1"'pendai: :! d.iciinrgo of his! duty.d h j t f i uiiiiijg us -I't|ti je ".::cri!%" oj' iliis: 'lol', I ; course of undisciplined troops, who! \\ee m the J i.l'r! Primll Schorl of Fashion} ,
oent ; ; pcsuie training! the whole! of
I whom
: ---- you A ;.ii no: C');:; :.(it.r as well! a 5 Historia Sacra. Afnta ?
: t.r p.I'i 1'ilfJlJm.fiY(; jianimpvop! :r "iniei medihing" the other ues Letters
: TH E inhabitant: ,
dlip''Hkli c.erk, \llS.HOX.\I were animated with 'easar's I
II'S.y c (111 of' It) :Y :: i'U-" I- : tHe be;t Ccmmen'arics. Hog,Tales
IiIflpIl'V" ila"ie: lll.'Iidl", I
"ep! a tlie ; ; : ; .1.1 n' lit ; Vi L- spirits; ( and resolved ,
1 'Itir's
!p.' I"i"n: form to right to the last. ;
1 hCiUl The
j-o.vcri: Ir correspondent(I i t..5.j'n! <:'iyiig, I t'i'-i: ; !.. t" !. late[ iliuduuctimi. Crusaders, S
; clJ \\"nat.e suppose-: ( 1 : ( :rnMs.iou!: of the movements! of the! :: !
, 1 ; : 4I&'t)& iiie of lI:1'-C'i s Russians have stDerpIunL Continental
. \ : \It..ilJYI1'I betrayed (
: t'l'l l beetj : : Advtnturcs
precinct and the : s Hi 'einain:
I motive whicii; nctun teil tit f t..e 'I' jr-- :1\\'i.e indecision. IImcl// ,
\ ilie! : and Tins Sinar'Cjccro.
t .0 V. and full Georgia.: Le-J: is by Human j
\ a J Jf of the names of allte0 i!'e\i-i.i; !: -but ti/i i is I. some attributed to tHe i.. ; Heart,
gis..itnre:: to thY I i ':4 uHlcrcnt; : lluciicu of the 'il'cro de Scn '. e j 1
mediation Younw
pn'Vent c ute &Am-
.1 I Ji1.1'f' of \-h! ''e to and even taken Cadet,
I -j: as
as Ix'Jievo I per.sons : ; :: 1e of a proof l
.. in all r''specix, in C'liu- in tile Indian! 'j-es'to-i the ju>tice of Ue! I laws and 1 that it has I begun to idt;:. Don Juan, S j i
tivitli) he territory, who] refused! to taii''anoath ed'.Llc! : t.h' ( operate.
( : and i
j'eo.'gl.-i l.'avid-on's
ri.-nsitioiis| of the law/' ".\fter z. : '; ; ; If cruel in- Certain i is that their Virgil.! V'-al }Journey
to observe' ,
the! original intention
fnon laxvs-Tj-e st-ene.s oh'i iot i- :loeiul: t..1 have was to Virgil j
the I id| inny i\ Delphini.
In-jjw'ctirs t : ; e/'jrcise.l: Esop's Fables! I
Ai'1 made : under the
( ont) ffl occupy wuoo! ,
< : of -
:: return part t.e; D.CJV
outrage a.s : wi.ica Horace S j
K\'a among tJiefje.l l-di tj Ci.c: f.uir.ce! ; *; it tlt-n'c) w Delphini. -
rr.--s. ( : the! i
| 'If pcatrio
certified ,
'I pr-v-er.c0' rqrrioa siiOinded: :
; by the! cerk; -TJe c- of by tie Vistula and the Prussian: "'
return; Coil every a.-aa; fnlit lion- Valny's Greek ToILa! ;
II I- organised bands : Grammar.
of ; rticibriv; !
thieves : ,
( f f I and rcw-grules fmm hi-liove.s tsto carr-I tier and SS
> to
:.n entire T"T.. _
of the : a provisional Go\ : .
ropy poil ;Jiook:, above d fully vvac'! iiC co;: of eminent at
0- justice j jk and] the : ,
a !
and tate wf.ich has I Kal ;
defiance But
; wine.t I cojiied with Contempt] of hw f'\' '- j! it.-longiiige: ; c': 1: -cl. they are stiii at ten miles dutar.ce Grttk Testament. liajji Buba S
f : my own hand, and where :, ej upon the: :I.if c>t tion of limn ,
'fertitur Warsaw
pOI ?
ry manitestedJii our !
; I the and 1 : !
district they
furnish; I-avo :-hriveius'Lexicon.
f in I Hot Kaverhill
full ) ami yet
( a INt of all the our ,", only: wants 1 ': ,., occupied ,
voters. tuejvjwer lo extend! !; ",
v..n.' ,was._. _. [)pinion; a SUmC: lt rt'a lJn 1 lr the trnO'_. ..n ,_ .Infl:1.rl'. ...,...> I :lIHe "Jeu t'utf, alltl h udl:1 UH'ICH'S.. to it II tneWe Most of .4\ .t)1lJ1C! !! rollh..nH_, -r.,/\"..* *l.*d"k\.*, .*".',*.* I pn\T 1n Tll1 Inl'f'ntn-- ".. .I
nIl Jreefc
lv ? paper I ---- inte-stcd with Exercises.
Fpparate *IIL distinct resorted l to by Georgia to parties LOXS.ICKK, .!', wiio extend their D'1trJmaIIYFireside, I
restore quiet and B'
.i bat order
on which the certificate was .- within her chartered !limits. What! Pin1I; '11. ;.f1i.t'J : : excursions tnuiy: miles beyond tIC: line uf the main nnycastle's Algebra. WattcrjWi'ch,
4 > of the 11)U!l those: con.cintious 'zi'tc. army, m.l I !harass Young) Duke, the
> book and( certificate understand I a :Viler t hm stop, or plunder all who have Simsnn's hy au-
: were scruples were, which arc said to }have ueeji received I this h t the rninloit! to fail 1 Euclid.! thor of Vivinn
ipiu thepreseiiceofthe pre- (I'V. staling that ne I within their reach. Gibson's Gray,
clerk tnt-mjuifite; Ticy SuryeyinroA
and Mt-cl!
in-'pectors n'nted"I of the : oi'our loej: iiave nnN.f Oferstfin. "
: ) missionaries i
t ,1 1 to the: Governor : from takinir au oath j 'ual.lJa:; lH..-! tal.en I t hat iil! Hoe cholera ir.orbus wnerever theme S B lIncts'B'Ok Keeping. AdTris'urc-s
and t.c of
delivered to .Mr. to observe the! laws apparatus iias i : been kind of a Kings
I the!
il i t1os any
t : communication
lo Loiters.
nOt | necessary with <
Cllllllm-'Cl' tnein
1pJl'ar.The j :' Pap
y, whose Jilfidavits, 'Ii'tq: :' :has been ; ,
a< well! purciiased but ileritri.ction
L.i as others through: L oath! could not possibly interfere with ,: and :ia; t im-3naLi.vatrcl1l1s their : Le endre's Geometry. AT.uinnrln3tituijns.
,_ hinds it thcdicbarge of may rllj U. i x; ccted. witiiout; progress I
muvt% have Elements'
passed tLiilIii.ig tlieir own ranks. ; of Bctnny The
show that it their duties as missionaries neither:! I $5. ( :u.HIr.:
11 ot ojjcned untill it could it ..1ar11 \v Al A'V, Au 1.-Extrct Spanish Grnirnnr. The
reached tIle rdati.n0 II,' o! a etter: !
ExecutiveAn have n
'1s: o rCt >ly any bearitix on te!; conti-sted( quetiin of'I I Uniti Males l.Janl.-'I'Lc: : p.-artical b r.rjlls nf tic l last I mi irrrifJto'i' 01"t..IIt Asians, v.uier ray t.. ,Exe-'is. D'm"t't.i Cnkery, t

the jurisdiction of the State 'oui.t de Leon, who; COUHllIlItLf e Carta \ ortc!: ,::? <. D j
but : .s'ir
if Pi.ikewitchad T.i' Ditf i
examination of : ; they 1-* to I I has I : s, ,
t'jc certificntes of Dr. Meachasi 'l't'a *oj'>urmiiga; t Jew days with has bro't. ucaii tlhmJjs \V. :cti1iaI'.-: Jr.
u >," L./1:/
-nd : of Genera
the saw ?
assume :
character Jacl-'son
\vill of politicians; nnd with hii; from filo according to news J ,
siiniwhat are the to become : ) I 10( millions$ of bolluis arn\'cdyestt'rrlay, ui; l'nl'l'nra.TI1sr.: !
wonderful l facts: that : a sum advanced Wolf'sApreai
L themselves the instruments J sui'ceni!! : to posts ate already in SmclaClCfJI! ,
of turn tie bal.mcu Niigpn 's }
prove so : testing the of tj' Dictionary. Cliafir-c
conclusively that :: with wo/'cr
no poll book} cxcnane (English) from here hilt ,
and was sent, tionality of the law Ellropl') ia lavor of the U. iS. tie! corps) wiecliVa5; Boycr's Fr. do Ct 'ak's
whicii should have they refused to obey, they had I I and such is his and I II under the command of Jssa'r,
;! }
Generals Cl-nrles
compelled: him tb
everother Curzanowski ? XII.
tliat,; his to show a full right to do so, antI if they! have sutiered I momed) man's c'IHf d\'i; C JU tiie U. S.. Romantro) and I i Pier Ie Sun n-r'i E.p'.stnr-Lec-;
in passed :
commentaries IJ.uik \Varsaw Grand. :
on the! I tliathc t !fits : through and I turks .
subject ; c yesterday en Mat! '
warftiited c"lfgell of !' and
nci: his
: cash
} by the circumstaccus his ; con3equencethey!: cannot claim the cUJT1ml. :ration: :i inio: lar;; c biils l of Institution. : ,I to- ay, from the other: wide of the rivar towards Flori.iisM! '( !: Mark; ,

i dent, Dr. MeacJmi second slate- of the: public in the sacred character of mls; >iona- I traci.llJd his secretary makes) it With he ""T o: 'ki Kogatki; and the Cotninander-in-Chie I, Don Q.uixou, Fr. Cook an Presbyterian Or-

i! expressly: says-that, "after rics of which )by their to chaise them! a point of duty leaves l town to-day, to meet Paskewiisnh CI---f spear, calf extra, dJnafions, : I'
ablttlt.1 interference! in politics. fur: otl.eis! of t the but it i do
they institution
names were down is that pl.iin, Kiddon!
put he discovered 1 his expected the Russians will the Trinity
as ,
have : not
u divested : : battle!
themselves.TIIE :('C'tIitV give
agil1t: iio
that 8Is..
G imposition.
If there Burk'.i
: ray's but
It :;,: :.,. : c.a !Iioll'as,, objectionable 1 it not l>e- I were nothing but local banks: lie would lose a "Since retreat.the I Byron's Wrrks,'aifextra tionp.rj Theological% Die-

--.p- HlHII tl Lull ai llc \\' s led 1I.-That he l1g.: CALhOUN JACKSON ir.NT find I ter of a cent almost! between every ( o quar Council of War has been held, the do! 8 vos! PiUnms* Prop-ess ;

gt'Med an alleratioii I ami by the time he mtry'iHagc greatest unanimity; prevails, and perfect confidenceis Bu nt,' rork' calf 1
whicli was concurred in 1 themselves in an awkward} icanent reached !Pittsburg! of extra. CatvinScrrcns! ,
by prc hcre.'l"e'} place established!
; the boaid: mid : :/ destination, a considerable the Government; and thc II. K. W Jite's, do da Luther's Jo .
ctrk-Tlmt towards the close of }have freely indulged in denunciations very at 1111 II 11 I. But as; I nation, and the t'coll's POC4S :
'* die dectio.i OXen.J'lci-: iti is, foreigners; are not afraid Coinmander-ih-Chief.: do do ClarJ-re's Discourses
he :substituted the prepared caption, fon:;' tried and devoted friehd.-', until the pcopLbe or invest here. It to bring ther: money "" e are expecting! a tremendous battle *' American; Garlln r. Methodist' '! Hymns j
would be soon.
) gilt
ant us he an act of Sr ;
had leisure 1 folly in I ST. utliern
IL copied: ( the names from I gin to doubt the sincerity of their 1 former our government to down July 30.-His Majesty has Si.ngster. SO ircnts,
: professions. put an iHst tutiol1'that Cahinet!
tne draft! L of Curiosities. l
: ke ,t I received from Count Zicns i Scn
by capt.} Gray, which) was then) I When we on a former occasion 1 gives; .strength, character and Paskewitsch a detailed ac Joseph Andrews !ster, l O do ,
J.dy presumed certainty' to our I count of tlC successful l 'Yatts'H
substituted nms,
as the to doubt currency, and it is passage of the Vistula by Homer's 1
original and the so Iliad.
1 was drj>osi't- propriety some removals and strong an inducement lbrv; the Russian Bibles, $1,
t.l in the: ap army.
H ck'rk' omcc-Tha from this poll book, pointments, brought about by their own intrigues, stra tc's.-lib.Hirers' to bring D. :1b their funds into the United I Abolition of (JuaJ'a71liJlPin: RU3sa.-The IIusii iiudibra"E'cniugInt.rtainmen18.. Family 4 ) itIs, $3 i j
containing : "
tit 9
** inadv h.tne, ; sun.! ested and accepted alteration I ifvn: s(>i/.rl inon; :in nn uvidencij of hostility. to .- Hiall.' Go\'emml'ut.. has done away. with l OuaranI .._ DIm QUlocott.. p,1hizP..'nJ ". clf.ciltextrl_L ,. ,

-I' and iu"p ctors and 1 clerk! in the caption Gen. Jackson.-\\e have always approved ol [From the Dvylestoicn', ( (Penn.) Democrat. tmo. -i lie reason assigned lor tijis is. that- ---tr.e-- The Rambler. Armstron- 's Med.'II w(:0 rk,.
] I
copied b/ him (Dr. chain! such: .Wurdcr. whole empire l eing inlected, remains The Spectator.| J
: ) from the impeillct measures as we thought right, and have, as Supposed -Considerable excitement be nothing to Murray's IVfat. Med.

| diall 1.( P. by capt. Gray, and befbre. matters have turned out, attributed to the prevails at this time, in the lower section of this gained by the restrictions, which were in other A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
|| the close! of tl.c right respects inconvenient and imperfectly J fulfilled. Bibles, Prayer Books, &c. plain and :
illR county, on account of the extra b'rdnr: .
j comjjarcd} : and( signed souice, such as we thought It is supposed l murder, by From from the !
| t.ic\ inspectors anJ by wrong. a pleasant poisoning, of Win. Chapman at iiis the London Globe Aug. 20. "Bible'and Prayer Bt)k Society," v ill bo
clerk: a list of recreation to the residence in Some days sold at cos:, at the Protestant
made lad voters was strip daw of his borrowed i Andalusia. A villian of ago a report reached us that the Episcopal Press in I

HI! l IMk sent to the GO\"t rnor." It was of this} plumes ortearthclions'hide from the very dignified named: Lino Amalio Esposy no Mma ordinary has claracll; r, Emperor icJiolas! was dead. This was said to ALSO New York. .
:: i iu, : been arres I be f fabrication : -10,000 Tracts, at ten for S
deported t.e! clerk's office animal which ted in Boston a of the Jews at Berlin pages one crnt.
that Dr. presumes to wearit to the on the charge of and we
? -ieaoiain; ii; his first swindling, and I disbelieved it. There Pharmacopia of the U. S. ]Mary Queen of Scotts.
since his seems howevsr
statement to the great terror of such arrest, circumstances have to hang a Thomas'
! that it public, said I as cannot j enctrate the dis: been developed the Dom.Mcdicicner Blank Books
was mystery over: fiom ,
kept by the c'.erk: in lie form guise. So we have: derived which will most probably: ) bring him I news JVtersbun Tnat Burhans' do do Record Books
prescribed great amusement from upon a capital ,
ly the
lav exposed to
: That of the cholera .
more serious Vadft
than ravages Mecnm .
such charge that
I was the fact, with the critical situation in which of forgery. It appears i I I bus is leli[ almost mor- Journals .
to certain ,
t1 regard politicians without
% ] .. that he had a {3Harper's 3-
, kW-j.-i rmf it Uicrc become acquainted government. The Family Libary, Day Books
by 5
IMJ some
can no loubt. not far oil' find Emperor the! -
But themselves ministers
iLCCd. They dare even the Ch'ief 63 vol) S
,j Hrj 'rhc' editor of the not means or other with the family of Mr. Chapman, I of Police! Len-ers

f i L'IC: Courier, in: his comments on I COllie out openly against the General), because who was; an English gentleman, and had a school have rabble withdrawn to PeterhofF; and, it seems, the History of t Jews, Ackerman's For?f'trC"L'khntfsl'htpoleon. .
r Cray'transactionDr.. Meacham objected tu.. they nee no prospect of defeating him at the com( at his residence, on the! Bristol road, f for< the cure of I In the, not the Sovereign, is autocrat for the day. Life of Alexander Not 1330 and '31, .'

caption) as infiirmal, and not of a sufficient L I lag 'ectillll, and their own principles! in such a impediments I of speed;, and that tne villian alx>Ve meantime brother the Grand Duke, the only surviving History Insects,, Lilly, for 1831, I

t Werary character: and referred to, was in the habit of the Czar, is suddenly called to Polyanthos do _
was rejected, and yet he case, would! lead to certain removals" not altogether of intercourse with his the seat of Gait's Byron, Hyacinth, do : S
suv-ars titiiiiI: .'. Mr. government, and a Prussian i
11 wu kept by Gray in due J form< of law..I so agreeable, besides the General is too last :at which Chapman: took sick sometime in July eminent for curing mental disorders is Vhysician, Bush's Mohcmed, The Gem, do i
time Miua ,
confidently Demonology
t'lf'lfHiiot Dr. (b-ton that ; was assiduous in his attention Witchcraft The Casket, do S '
reference, was had to )0p11litr8fliigtIiCpCplC) ( here to admit JI rCjOrtCtltOhidVe been sent for from Berlin. of
the Kiilstitutcd an open to III. lie I died however, and in about We History: the Bible, Atlantic Souvenir fcr ?
1UroIey'sLilcolueorge4tti B
do ,
.I.\...I.. .... poll. ) book? or j is he totally. remirdj J eclration of hostility.- 4m* days tllcr, l\iilla; ....ii...-.v--.I--.- the ti'tjljtit.....*, \. .111rp." .\_ stones not vouch but Jor thcse rmnors-tllp\T u -- .. 'j,'!..J" l..n OJnul;,11n (I-rSe s_nnd Re ions. .. '9-,. ,-O-,_ tin.-.u' '..I I
ui jjuu.c; opinion \ has portl.n:: :, he induced ; many comsidences seem to them Albums J I
on niore than one : to believe lie was the son ol give wilh plates'! eir- t
0 S-WUKI U-ea jjuuitcd to him : FOR THE f the celebrated Gen. Mina and probability, and the unexpected inactivity of the Discoveries in Afric.boss d morrocw birrlir
as a wilful deceiver! FLORiniAJf. a foreigner! of dis- Russian Painters and ;|
Altliougj& Ja the! THE 1\IISSIONAkIES." tinction lie army on the Vistula, where we were Sculptors, A variety efEnraviig!
pubic! proc.ired all her j\\'l'I of r. 'i .
are y, plate, Chivalry & the '
the already satisfied as to .AIr. EditoJ'-I taught to expect a decisive battle three Crusaders, Literary Souvenir ;'oOA
correctness of the ( was with! much regret I imoticid! which she had a l.irge amount, horses and: carriage weeks ago, 2i ;_

10f! the] transaction statements, and the legality in i the last "Floritlian" :111 article: from the/ .Uacon and other/ valuable articles, and took them to Baltimoie -, may be an indication of irresolution! change, and 4lILSK a S I

'have no desirous that the Courier should Ji&ieflSerwl the subject of Georgia and the! Mlsionanc0. ;*- where) he converged, them; iirto cash. Mr.' dismay in. the quarter from which all orders mustemanate. and of general assortment of /1 A'fIONARY\t pet b i
',i{,rni jbi to complain, we now proceed to in- : It is a subject in regard to which much Ho.-*?, prosecuting attorney far tins; county, receiv .A-- coloured qualities Octavo to suit purchnsel'S' Rose and I er:oa I

that it H j a legal feeling has been: excited, and whicii; in 1 ing information: of tile facts ---- note Paper;- Pink Vellum, q'Hrto[ \ "
maxim our
Qui facil per present proceeded 10 Uie place i'l. '. post, superfine ;-Plain,do do -Extra fine S
umfa.rit condition, we ii2u better not iedJe! with. last l week and had V !' I. to UIJU..uuc l"I. qJQ ruled ; gilt quart
There the
r.worhewJioacts body taken up, and an examination f Q post, and ft. lined Common
by 12 letter
I acts ;
l/$ I is j 11U1ttL!: as a candidate to Paper, !' '.It
:llnidt-'l'Jlat: probably much Jii&renre of made reprcsc ni jtufcrson -
) in Dr. at 25
tiLe bare fact that } opinion rcirard by IIopkin. ol' Pi !ada. assisted .i.udiAon, mill quality, cents p quire ;Superfine tclhun
Dr. McachJ liuniilton Counties, in the p /sr, S
: Kith the: approbation of to the expediency of tIle course pursued by the by Dr. Coates of Bristol, for the purpose ofa Legislative ( t-njeij. .'ctoler 24th 1831 next 'I'' in half reams;-GiJt and plafn Fools Cap paper, fit r.i
*, Wrote the the board of inspecwr Missionaries ; but I cannot ;:;.agli.e how any man, chemical c.ialysisby Dis. Hare and Mitchell! of _lM&RZANNA\ -4- S4 to $7 50 per ream;-Fi'rte deed paper;--RukiNul

:bi caption for Gray, does not make it L who has feelings of the city. The Governor ft: lined Fools Can;VjsitingClud 1
me act of common, hiitr.ariUy, can doubt has made a demand lor HOTEL.1iib1ic Blank Cards ,marbled and pi i"! ; .
,t.1.:,{..t' latter than if he had written it t the extreme cruelty 'of'the manner in which the} Minn J and we may expect to have him here short- Entertainment and medium ;-Playing Cards- at 23 cents;-Dcn.t i

; It laws of Georgia have} been enforced. The Missionaries ly.l A forged draft for lOOOd. drawn by him on a at JMiiriaiiua, byFe.ruarv Tape and dKiddcr's Drawinaper-Wafirs, Sealing \ :{:. S

; would be n novel doctrine that he are said to have pertinaciously: and. merchant ia Philadelphia, had been ,ntciceted.-[ mQ1Jg 4.l1J l Q zmZlMfJ Ink,and Ink.powtlerlndelil1ble best chemical black anrf r"'il'

- ** in who em- wickedly disobeyed the laws of Several letters from him ) 17, 1831. 26.( ; j-"Wedgcwood; ,
amanuensis, or clerk the SUIte of Gturgia."But to Mrs. Chapman have Cork and Glass Inkstands assorted

ii jC autla:(' of it, or )he. who to pen a letter b not L they still were treated leniently," &c.. : been lying in the post office here t for some t mc.- TO HIKE : ; sizes. : S _

., an tpropt.'ry! makes a legal contract That thc e laws "originated in the merciful wish The lady of Mr. C. left this county Monday or QUILLS,. 4

d I authorised, did not make it to protect the defenceless against the imposition of Tuesday last, since when she has not been heard Two likely NEGRO MEN for the Russia and Dutch, from NesflO to 60;STvarts...d P5

lxiolutp Wasnt !bound by it. Now, it would not le an I unprincipled men, who settled in their country to of. It is unnecessary to state any thing further, balance of die year -Applv to States Tanner's and thtj'VVofld.Maps, Europe Asia Africa, the Uuitt' 5-.
-. -
oriels), imjwssibility, that a clerk of enrich themselves by their depredations upon these as the facts of the p)isonilJg,-which are said l (''V R. o .

ifrd of inspectors should be a L ignorant and credulous people &c. This is indeed almost positive, with other evidence will be brot' Tallahassee 2L) Hayward. guLt. "-S '

,r tILe duties of his actually Dnqualified I representing a' fair case, but unfortunately forth, in the trial. -Great praise is due to those Sept. 5tf. A variety of Sacred and SociaLJ\usit rlIePan41, i'. p'_

completed station, anti that they should I there is nota particle of truth in it. i he only ob _wno-I nave, .ueeii active.. .. out.this. .bU8iness S S 5- 5 ." -" H rp, flute and, Guitar-Colea'. S- .raDh-- and_.n_ nr n_ ..'
I under his m sitting S i S inertia Sa"rn. '
eye and at his direction ject of Georgia was the possession of the Chero! and thusbrintringto r r S S
--1led justice accomplished scoun 1&All Orders for
and !
MUSICri, 1nmn-
acknowledged kee or
botm1rirn&c by him, and yet be his lands-andolittlebadany "merciful-wish to drel, whose crimes are of the greatest magnitude. i the:N be : ;
33Oot trltl''W punctually attended lQ"bthf itibscnWr 5
1aw and fact:IIis nssent an
;. ..?- hi* even though tho name i itself -that.their direct and necessary consequence w, proceeded New. York with 'her daughter, where THE Sttbscriberbjust received a general iiscrt- JfJIahflisee, October JO,;t83Jt s .8->f ::. *" .
., had I j to drive: the Indian from the' and the t oL BO.DKSand STATIONARY;, and "
.,", l..fIO.. poor graves after settling some pecuniary husiness, she informed jblFers them for Sale at reduced JOB ,WORK
cn.c j of1 s therio. Thcsalawshavo 1 rn fram- persons that aha was going to New England: Ht. prices cash or approves AT.'rWSS S
ete< Among-which ,
.. .' ., : wre tho Mowing: ,", FFICE S S S

ta ,. ,J f'__ -. -.--.- -l_. r' ._j-i. T l.l "1 ., S'-- .,' : :. .. ..- -. <.-. :. ..., ._...-
1'1. :7- ..55- .,:.
'.". .l.,<._ ...\.d.-'. "., ..., ....,,....."..,: .:1.._.".,._T L' I.fft" 1.'... ..}' ..__ :-10 r-ri"- .':',. ." It_ ;El "' r.1_ : f -l. .II- _"_._ ":t. '- -." _J -.- "_5:.II'_ Lw __. .- .


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, :1p1b1() they were a,i"properly tppreciatlng They have produced none If this be legitimate Fi'onithe National
? Inlctiiger.ccr]] Lawrence
"- (tcr hanger of this '
the bottom
the wind
acUof kindness. He paper south easf
' \Vu--j ignorant that they I warfare, there are few who may not bo ESPIONAGE. ; w*
hid c.lflcd tin: cabinet All" smiles and fair I subjected to the ordeal from which'the most Messrs. EDITORS : I extract the substance town ; S. A. Whittemore, of Leicester so hot, that the'-people on board were

professions! with daggers concealed in their innocent cannot always escape with a name of the following story, which is both laughable (Mass.) book binder, in the employ obliged to turn their faces from it. Allcpolilan

b soms. He little knew that these parsen, unblightcd. It is a well known fact, that in and lamentable from the Courier des Et- of Cory & Brown ; Allen Cory, frigate is in sight, going toward -
who were admitted to his familiar intercourse, this there hired writers for Unis. t
city, arc papers at ats a manner. A man from Pawtucket the volcano I II
young which is
had been taking m,lu of his private conversations a distance ; and if some incident does not, In the gambling room of the Coffee House now sIno

and free expressions, which had been from week to week, occur to till their pages, La Torre, at Turin, the cards were briskly about eighteen years old, an king furiodsly. ,

conned over between them, and prepared and fancy must suggest some gossip tale to be shuffling, then a moment of'awful apprentice to a black-smith, name unknown -

carefully laid away for future use. He did told, and printed and circulated. The motive followed, and every eye was bent upon the was mortally wounded. Treatij with France.-1-The United States

not in fact know, they had been spies upon with the writer is his pay-with the publisher, dealer.u I)-n the King !" exclaimed a JJTollllded.-Daniel Branch, carpenter since f for( the 1810have value of demanded American! an vessels indemnity of France
him from the beginning of his administration the irratificaton of the 'for slander Piedmonti-sc Lieutenant seized and con-
appetite one always loses severely on the head arid arms, fiscated= under the Berlin and Milan decrees. The
and that, finding themselves deprived of the reckless of the wound it may inflict. Under I by him." A spy of the Police who wa by a sabre Mr. Davis amount of this claim was seventy-five million

means of longer stealing into his bosom, to such a state ot things. : which party excitement I roaming\ about, <4 seeking:; !: whom ho might devour ; right arm franc The French Government not indiuin p .

hunt out. and note down his thoughts, they now tolerates, of what concern is probity>> of i ," caught the words, and fixed his grax shattered ; Jeremiah Bonney, belonging -- admit any claims! except those which applici&; : "

\vcrc now ready for open, implacable und exterminating character-or what .he value of a good name! greedy eye on the speaker.; He is disaffected :. to the furnace on I
war. These things he did not It is upon this sort of anonymous rumor, propagated ," thought he : I'll watch him." A- ly wounded in the thigh ; Josiah L. to Pty to the United States any indemnaV

then know.-Recent events have disclosed by the vicious and malicious, that political I I gaul: the cards were dealt ; again the poor Luther, in the( f )ot.'Ve twenty-five J; a deduction millions,lltuIthio and has: reserved the right: rxmnking '
contrivers seized to accomplish their: lieutenant lost ; and this time he cursed theQncciif and half ; amount ot'a million: (
them.Nor have a : aim: : indemnity
did I comprehend the depth of the designs purposes. Malignant as these gentlemen u I have h you, snug chough !1" murmured not able to ascertain /.ens l for their claims upun"thc some Federal French Govern c. ifif'

of these three gentlemen. Having resigned have shewn themselves, all I ask of them i is: the !spy. The lieutenant drew his ill- (the injury done to the citizens underarms ment. S

my seat in the cabinet, and being aboutto to waive ail concealments, allege specific filled purse from: his pocket, and taking a but learn it has been exten i\'e. 2. On the other hand France, relyirg: on the

retire to my residence in Tcnness-ee, I did charges, and adduce their proof. A conscience crown from it, stamptd with the effigy oj ex- The high sheriff received a severe blow :3d article: of the trraty of the} cession:: of Louisiana;; : ,

not calculate that I should be detained here "void of offence' can nice them or Charles X. he paid ;It over to the winner, remarking ill the breast from which placed the Freud navigation in that coun-
from my home and business, to defend myself defy their malace, let them but strike their I have another crown here, which a large stone. try, on the footing of the most favoured; nation.*, .

against: their unprovoked attacks. In blows openly and in the face of day. might as well follow the first. If I were a A to\vn meeting was held on Sunday of demanded Louisiana: : that, should her shipping be on entering from the! jiorts

! this I was mistaken. My pursmers were resolved Hut it is time to close this narrative. I am French lieutenant I would play: all night; buta at which (the IHunbersyere so of extra duties, as the English exempt shipping; ::the has"payment been 1

! that i I: should' not escape die !succt: revenge admonished, that already I have trespassed::; poor devil of u Piedrnontesc subaltern can't great (that the Town House could Hot since the treaty of Ghi-nt, in all the i l'ort> of the

I which their deep mortification at the too long, and laid claim to an indulgence beyond afford; that." Away pouted the spy. He contain them, and an adjournment Union. But t he Federal: Government insisted that
i )loss: of oflire had aroused. I could not bear any that 1 had a right; to ask.: I could had heard enough. An hour alter the lieu- had we gave too absolute, a construction to the! bth t .1
was to Court House
it ;Messrs. Ingham and Bcrricn, who confine tenant and Parade. article: of the treaty of Louisiana, and
I longer. :! not 1I1)elfithin narrower limits ; was Arrested, i is still in prison ; opposed 1
\vpro. here, were in habits; of daily intevBourse and if: 1 have said too much, be apology charged, f firstly, with hn.iiig disaffected towards Judge Martin and John Whipple) Esq. our views tc! more ,trcnou.;Jy bec-nise the advantages -
my \vict::! oar:-Il1: Jlil
J'i'iu5 "" hu ha
; > .t; ,
with the editor of the 'Telegraph and theirnames found in this, that it is through! no culpability the royal family! ; secondly, with desiring addressed the meeting, and after detailing not in all the ports: of the Union, hut in those curved of

hein") used' connection with the abuse I, of mine, that the public have been disturbed the overthrow of the Sardinian throne, some of the outrages and conneiidiiig Louisiana: only, woud! have. given that state: a monopoly

",hidl was propagated through: that print
; . of the militia
whether their names had been used, and ref- myself:; the adjustment of my own wrongs, his Sardinian Majesty, to follow t the t fate passed resolutions authorizing State: Under these circumstances, the Kind's:

croncc to them made, \\ llthiir\ ) ; sanction. nor solicit the public to become a\ umpire in of the Charles X. ; thirdly, ho was accusedof among other thing*, the government interests:; which, wishing it is bound to reconcile maintain those national:
to with
I readily admit, that no imperative obligation matters which, teiLZ*: i private, could 1 in nothinrr. a desire to cuter into the Frcn-'h service. Town Council to offer rewards for the just and benevolent sentiments it must ever, entertain the

) rcMs-upon: n man to engage: in private concern and interest them. Hut I am not pei Not a word was heard in defence, and he detection of the chief rioters, and of towards: the Federal Government, has tho't. '

combat! merely because: he i muted to do so. milled to enjoy even this humble, privilege.; I will, probably! remain in prison till the Italian the personvho killed the sailor on proper to abandon its interpretation of the treaty 1

Public opinion sanctions: such appeal*:, onlyuhen ; have: been arraigned! before them by tnn, Revolutionists: or a French at my, enter of Louisiana, and in lieu thereof: to stipulate for
the injured party has right;! und justice; 1 writhing under malice* : mortification aid disagpuintinnr -* Turin M. Wednesday night. a specific and t favorable! rate of duties on our wine?. t
on his side, without other remeiK.! Hut a Among the resolutions passed was From the exchange of the ratifications of thetreaty /
Idly the
: ) surmising% me to be : therefore, the wines of France will! be admitted

man who assert: a claim to tin character of a moving cause why (the sun of their political Farther Riots at Providence, and the following1 :- l into the ports: of" the Union, on payment of

gentleman, i is bound\ to act hko one. Air. 1 ng- glory was:; so RuddclI1shorn J of its beams, loss oj' lives !Wejiavo already I! Resolved, That in the op'nion of duties which are not to exceed the t following rates:
hum did not thus act, \\llt'U to a plain' and proper they arc retle ) 0111' readers of several .
k question, he returned an insulting reply, and\ appeal to the country to rcdrc tho..e I riot j. wines in casks, and twenty-two cents for \\
and sought "to strut the hero, :and ape the private griefs to which they have subjected which have occurred durinic! the past: and f firmness of both the and of all kind in bottles ; the present rate of c.I tie

V.anicr,"' without the capacity to go through I I seeking to accomplish: selfish! week in Providence.( luiJthervhich L military authorities on the evening!' ofthe l I on these several l kinds of wines being respectively

\\ itlt ttit: whlch:0:: improvidently) and rashly:, aims: at the expense of truth, honor and humanity. I t ITU limited very seriously for some ol. ( 24th, tinder the shower of stones::: ten to be, fifteen obligatory, and on twenty the Federal cents.! This Government stipulation: tor:is! Ii

ho. had begun. I never asked him to admit I throw myself:; upon the pardon) and l I those; concerned, took place last: Sat- and other missiles which fell upon) the term of ten years; and it i i.-5 further agreed .'
or den)", that my family and his:: did or did not foVgiviMU'Ss: : of a liberal ami! jut community: them their and that if that Government stall reduce the! d.ities imposed ,..
It patient repeated anxious
turday night. will l he recollected[ ;.1
as-Ji elaie. He I neur :-10 understood inc. It I J for all 1 have said, and for any thing that l;:::1Y by the existing taritl'on: wines Ul. ;reierJr
fl .. iva>, for the publication only, and his supposed appear to be improperly said.. that on Thursday List uV> mob! outnumbered attempts to terminate, by l peaceable .i it shall at the same time eiuj-v a proportional reduction -

t paticl'ation! in it, thai lu-1-1 h'm rc-j on..iMc.jly Your fellow-citi/.cn. and got the 1 helter of[ both!1 means: the disorder and violence, to be rnadein tavor; of the wii1of France

::! coiropondcncc: with Mr. 111 h..III, his tlngr.uil1g the civil and( authorities that which had COI 1111c.'necdith an so that tile latter may retain the same relative advantage -
military L energy
JOHN n. I\TOX. which i is secured: to them: by the ratt-:
] apprehensions:", false cn.ige-: und i ignoble ; ----- --- -.-_- -- -,...I \vere called( out to suppress( [ them.' and boldness increased by the impunity specified in the treaty.It ,
retreat, have already through himself, of f is nNoagreod that! : the long stnpV cottons of
# The latter previous nights and their
be n made Uno'.ui to the public. lIe is suffering e iirttJ:) Otr ; ; .l, were disposed hy the !mob, unshrinking the United States shall; : in future pay in l-' the

merited punishment, in the contempt o'' .ATTORNEY: J.Jl\..\\r. because the militia: had forborne to fire( performance of the melancholy same duty: as the! short staples. This efti3h.v.nn; : ;

the brave, the abhorrence (1'1' the honorable, on them.) One of the accounts beforeus ) ( duty which finally devolved(.:( upon which: has existed: :since I'-*2G III regard to the Img
Practice in t' i-'o.vts nf ihi! Dis irid11 !
and the detestation of the community.: 'llITILL,. V ill Jackson CountyYci" >: Klirida.: His> O'i'.ce)! : says :-" On Saturday nii>ht the them, merit (the approbation of every 7. staple cotton to the of American Braxi', wi J prove equally:! :uivu.t-
1 :uddrc::; cd \lr. Herricn on the same sub- is (.u JuuVr&ou St In'!;!, opposite tint r.f the HC[ !.)t.r.. friend l to the and order of f gcous planter our oxvn manu:
mob] began to assemble in the neighborhood peace good factures.-French Government the Jloniteur
ject. The correspondence which took place N. B. Ail iiisiniiiK.ns of writing; will be dri: '\ paper
ad- with; tin- 8Iri.test11rl.'l1ill > tn tl.i-ir Ic:;al accurarv.Tallahv :: ) of Olney street towards 11 I I'clock society.
ho has laid before the public, in his recent *,'", Juiu-SO, It' :3btf. : ; A Richmond paper; of recent date rnentins.tliatthe .
dff ;S.l1'n it terminated, I had hoped our oi se\cral hundred had embodied slaves! in -
: --- ,.,..... -- .- .... Latest the district= of co"iitry where the
difference: wan ended. His late addresshow- 'r.;..u..A .41'_ :f\'..z.., r 'i r _i\j_' Jo' )::;,.. i and commenced demolishing! other from Lisbon-Captain Wa- late insurrection took place, are "t1 millg; bj sales

ever, was of a character to ind''cc' with me a :, ... :,1.'L';.: i i.: 'Ju-l', ::;:. 1..1 .\i\CLL\. iiouses of the tcrhouse. of the brig! Lucy Ann, arrived ,fur distant mzrkcts"-We envy not t.e: neighborhoods ; -
J2fcl/v.: !iiJ.: l. if not taken: oitVf; .nj the 3Is 1 ; diy "f PI- I description before razed to which! be carried and
4 belief, that. my forbearance on the former occasion '1:1 er 1S.51! I, A\ill his s sent to the Ucntral Olirc! asFowler : to the ground. Soon after, (;0\.. at Portland on Tuesday last: reports none of them may thl'yiIl be brought: into, this hope btc-tuat
: had a tendency to embolden him to ,1"1,111"I tf'rs.Darley : : that in Lisbon, on the 24th of The: of
poicy Virginia, slave to
I Louis Arnold advanced, them with the intermitting no
C-iptain .Lrland
further malignant assaults: and accordingly, upon
: ; i*I'I!, John S..- . . :M'Lenvirp, :?\Irs.\1.:: E. civil authorities and August, a regiment of the King'stroops be brought! into the State, but allowing any number -
without seeking explanation, I made a oirecl 1 L.p.! : : \ t-! John backed by a company revolted killed their officers to be carried out of it, is worthy oi our imita
call him (for personal redress. ; of tion. Some of the banditti engaged in the recent
upon Crawford, Gideon.\: : \ ilial! John; cavalry, another of artillery,
His answer was never communicated to I Ouval, Burr 11.-2 Sptrbnm| H'ilry and three companies of in all and marched from their barracks to the massacre have been pardoned and ordered lortransportation.

mc.r1h1e f fiiend who acted, in my behalf, I finding 1. Iim'r-2 O'Neal, \1rs. :Mary infantry, public square, proclaiming the constitution :::; In such cases it i is customary we
'' n.'n Piiti DH.ISil about lour hundred believe tor the Executive of
isi j'\'l1m !, men. The mob >> Virginia to take, from
it labored\ to
an argumentative, ; reply>> a and the and
: 'a'cy, ?:iHills" \' : i;"'.x, Fanny disarming police, the person purchasing felons whose sentence has
plain and simple demand, rcturncd it as a paper Lieut J. Vv'Iliinins; : James; ; were immediately ordered to disperse, giving their arms: to the rabble. As I been thus! commuted, a bond to carry them beyondthe
not of a character to be presented or recel'C'd. -: .T tlhll ."!!, David ""t'IIorn.!!! William W.Yimlow which they! aii\vered with insult; and limits of the United States-but as a discovery: ;
Jenkins John \ Eiisl.a! 2 they passed;: of the inhabitants
A second call wa made, which Kerr, David Woolen lI"c'. menaces. The riot act vas: then read, many and prosecution of the bond i is not likely! to take
resulted in a rcfiu,al on the part of Mr. Herrien -'. [127 Icttfr and the mob joined then But as soon as Don place, these convicts are often sold in the Southern

to grant the satisfaction which had been E. SLIM:: AS, P. :\I. tog'cthC'rvith any peaceable Miguel; hoard of the revolt, he mustered States-an iiHtar.ce of thi kind occurred several:

asked lie has proved that, with malice and O'to1>(,1" !;tl.18\1: _';:f_ citizens!! who had assembled as: the troops he had at hand, surrounded years ago in So-ttfi! Carolina where John C. Calhoun -

hatred in his heart, he could' wear the garb iitiII !: J the revolters and fired into their i cia: ctcr.severa! of these I transported felons.Every .
of a friend. Pretending to have claims to :: ., and an hour them for consider
: m .he P. .s.n. .t .iLLAFI A- given to : them from cire must be taken b; our citizens that
honor and character, he could become the ",EE, on the SOiliday of f Si-ji nn itr H>1 1. i if n.>; ation. All good citizens soon retired.- ( c\.cl'ya\enuc, killing from none of these brigands are thrown upon: ts.:
traducer of a woman, seek! tho rum of a t taixcn. out 1iV1IIC 31st December will to srmto the (.icnT (three to four hundred of the regiment. [Recorder.A .
( il Post O)Ii'c as tlrjul letters.J I Meimtime the mob t:
amounting; to several
which had harmed him and : The -
family never \Allston, Augustus -wisR..R. W. "William? survivers then surrendered and I
"si-fiiik: from responsibility.: It mast be ever Atkinson, James 13. Linn, James S.-3Arnusuad hundred( proceeded to tear down were thrown on board the prion: ships. Mr. Francis Greene, of Georgetown, S. C.
so Base men arc not brave. A guilty conscience Mrs Mary! B. Sil-:M"n-, John the hou;>:cs and pelted the soldiers and who had been nominated:: a member of the standing -
Alderman! James r,! )' n.L1.1,John Soon afterwards six or seven of the
committee of both the Union and Free Trade
is a bad panoply on the field of authorities. Three houses I
Austin :Mr.Andrew .. :l\i.'Iutosh John '1.2 were soon
honorable combat. The conscious j principal inhabitants at St. Ubes[ of parties, has thiough! ti.e Wiiiyaw Intclligc: wrong- ,Thomas J. Milly, Julio demolished. At
the end! of the hour
declined! the latter and
doer anticipates the worst, and calculates to \I'cJrc"'slI.' it.V.. Man-n, Arthur: the liberty party, were arrested and accepting appointment, accepted -
sailer, from a knowledge that he deserves it. 2J: Brceion, John-2 Massy:, J alll's2H.uly specified the infontry were ordered to thrown into prison probably because the t former. His reasons fur declining! to Li
James i\r'r... act i with the Free Trade party, alias the Nulliliers i
fire blank ,
.' It is not surprising: therefore, that Mr. Ber- nr.lI, J.siin 11\:0.11: ,, Walu-rB. curtriges towards 1::; them) : the Don Miguel thought them involved in are .,I, .

rien's: conscience did not permit him to trust I IJnmn, Davidllasfct 1ilkr! Dr. J. II. C. r ob were lor a moment: startled, and( the 1. lIe cannot embrace the doctrines of the par-

bielt'with one, whom, so wantonly and :.sopertinaciously : Francis ,. :Murry, JMisanVIathrny instantly looked abo.ttosee; if of con piracy. t v. i I( :
: he had wronged and sought to I Bull. Jeri'shah.tktr : ] .101111-2 any 2. He does not believe Nullification! : a peaceful .
injure. These two men, sham and llerrien, ; \V m. II. M'Jucr, Alexander their number were killed ; f finding" none Extract oj a Ltlltr from Marsala] in Sicily, remedy. I II .
John 2 Manor I
llymim, Ralph injuried) they all hooted and the 17l:' 1831. 3. He believes! secession disgraceful.
( pelted
will 1 bland together in after time, and with honorable Hc'mhcryiilcs; 1 Killer, John-3EMAiMNLJ July, .
men, monuments of duplicity, ingratitude I hckle(lgc, Jnmcs I.- :\ma11, \V D. authorities. Ball cartrii 'e;.; were then Such wonderful and awful occur- 4. He believes civil war will secession be the result.and cud .,
5. He believes Niillitic-ition! : ,
] and baseness-traitors to their 'friends: 1-l..xhain CDCliamllcrJin( William, U. 'V.C'J.\: 'rman\\Hun,,Grace John substituted; for blank, and(l volley was rence has taken place in this part, that war, aie consequent: on each other, and serve ta ..

and destroyers of themselves memorable I dson, 1tse: \\r. (J)-Owin-i, fieorpc WPerry ordered to be fired over their heads ; I cannot refrain from taking the earliest support the tirst reason given above. (.
illustration of the melancholy truth, a ",mu Alexander. )\.j' -- James: A. this "
m,1Y! smile, and &mi/e./ a d be a villian." l'ampicllJ.K.! 1' >j pc, Sampson-2 had no better effect than the first ; opportunity to inform you of it. My From a late London Paper.

For :Mr. Branch, 1 feel pit and contempt. Cooper Campbell, Hf-nry, Robert Perkins Perry, AnuhaG., Ijcnry I B.-2 the} mob looking round as: before to seethe last mentioned our beinggreatly alarmed Goitt..S\r\ Henry Haiford, at the last meeting

II!(\ has !been the dupe of his own littleness ofmind Carnt hers,John Pippin] Solomon eflect( {[ and( finding damage, now with several shocks earthquakes ; of the Coileirc-! of Physicians: read a paper detailing -

and the victim of his more wily asso Caruthcrs, Susannah Price, 'airia' insulted them more than before, and this however further harm than i the results cf his experience in the treatment t1b
ciates. Though he has entered into their Clark, Daniel Perry, Bi'rn-1 i of'rout.. For the cure of this disorder, he declared ,
0 feelings, und aided them in thcir has Cram, Mr. Pf:ters', SamuelCausey taunted them with fearing to fire,:- frighten us. It is the opinion of most his dependence to be upon colchicum. l"roma tlI
; denipnft-- ,Shcrcd II. Penny, :Masky! said their shot of the vinous infusion; of the root Le
were good for nothing' people I here that these awful visitations proper use
asserted untruths, and offered injurious ( ,
: impu- 'awardin:!, James Pittman, J mies J. had never seen but the best:: effects arke; ant} I
tioiiH: I cannot find in my heart to entertain a JD-Davidson, D. .. Parrot, J.-hn and" that they cared not for militia.; are likely to be put a stop to by one wtien the mode any of administering this inedicwe, f. t
feeling of revenge towards so humble an acuinphce. f Danicll avid! Benjamin, JohnDickson ) Pascy-1&nhertuiiIn., Richinl2J : A-3 ).'orbcnrunccvas at an end. Gov. still more awful. .volcano has burst and thereby' cutting short the attack of gou*., is 1 G

.Edward Arnold at the head of his (followed( by the! use of the acetous: extract of the I hiS:
Ko&e, A use!in ordered out of the sea, forty miles S. "V. of I
The restless, troubled spirit, that, through L Dudley, i\1.1t. Rogers, I.adrada; : them same root, fie does not think that the iut wah te- "
such secret agencies, moved and controlled. 1)awliiiraeehcus Roberts, Li'cy ( to fire a volley of balls into the Sciacca, and !fifty-four miles S. E. tween the attacks are shorter than the:; usr.,i to be I.'i

all tins! intrigue and management, became visible DuncanThornasziiiLli, Rev. M.-I 1110!). Several fell dead, or died soon from lIanalave; ; can see it plainly i formerly, when the complaint was kit! to putieuce it!
Duncan, Benjamin :-rtrillfcr: 'Ih'-masM.; and Huimel. But, granting that thev are bhortvr! I
last!:; winter in his proper per on. His influence Ll'FtIkcr"illiam. Stiles,Joseph C. after, and three \Tercvounded, supposed from the top of the house ; the captainof yet the weight of three or t four attacks of the disorder -< .M.

and address have associated in his. }<'"lkcr1r.: T. Skcet, Samuel mortally, and several others a boat from Sciacca says that tltecrater of three or four days': continuance elch,1I .0<'

schemes many partisans, besides those who Fecit Hake,,John Rev.William SImrtson! }:>om,, J.PrcsonSics slightly. The mob instantly took to has been ascertained to be ten I I scarcely to be compared with the pressure of siweeks' ix
embarrassed the last:: cabinet with difficulties. painful contineirient: in the spring: and ono tIlt
They have made themselves victims to his an Flake Findlry Williams Asa Shearer S'.andley;: : ,:Mar.Fie1d James. their heels, and a moment altar not one miles in circumference ; he broughtsome of equal duration at the tatter end of the year.- ''I of

bition. rioter was found near the of of black The President meutior.od that he been at painsto
If he can now find pleasure in the John C.-2 'l'itylorVi1liam scene ac- pieces pumice stone, ..Iatf:
course he has adopted for the promotion of (!}-Green,T. J. 'J aylor, Amlrew (iou.r1i110 companies then inarched to quantities of which swim about and procure I front Constantinople some of ti.e! her- '
.. N. T. Tennell: P. ; vr'mch and thought to,
.1recn Joseph modnctyls ire sold! there, me
his views, in the amietions with which he h.isvisited (.ieddic, Alexander Thomas, Edward L. (lifI l'Cflt sections of the town, and had that he In'oughtvas picked up forty be the: satiie root as was recommended 'lor the. cttrf Illiby

my dwelling) or in the sacrifice of the Gibson, Dr. E. R.-3 "I'urn'r,8\r.\h no difticulty in dispersing all persons. miles distant from the volcano. lIe also of gout, so long ago us the sixth century, by ANexnmler ..
willing instruments who, as friends, were employed raham, Archibald Thompson, Leslie A.-2 of TraVles. am
to do this service, he must owe his sat GibsonIrs.. JanetGraham Taylor, Benjamin Tranquillity restored soon after 12 says, that great quantities of fish ofe.ery

isfaction to tho delusion of ambition. The JU Hunley,John, John Timers,, SimeonTaylor JohnhuginsGccrgc o'clock. The Governor gave all the description, are floating on the -k.,-"I\.I'-: : 1 .Lt-. JCt.l1lluC-:- .".;- ;.l.... '.J. tnc auoscribcr, a tol.b

tinie will come when the victims of his policy Thompson, James G. orders to fire, &c. assuming all the responsibility water ; one was picked up of thirtysix I r4.edays: ; ago, about mile from Tallahassee V'}
shall: rise before him, like the shades which Holland, Dr. J. W. <\y-\ ass, E. B.-2Vanhorn and his conduct the road to the Alickasucky, in the La Fayctlc tow .' .,
appalled the insidious and heartless Haiighlon, F. R. James throughout cwt. ready cooked. Although ho ship, a mouse; colored mare MULE with black lists
usurper Bowel, Julian Virkers, Briant the embarrasing affair was spob('n ol' passed many miles distant the heat the shoulders. She is about two years old,* and .b
Richard to disturb his slumbers and to drive 1
Harrell, 'Vihy: jy-\Vhite} Thomas in the been broken a lew wetks : she ran off with the gc -'t.
peace from him.Detraction Handley, Josiah \", ebb, Willis highest terms of commendalion. was dreadful. 1\Iany people have upon her, and is supposed to be in the neighbourhoc
.. 3J Jerdan, Caleb West,Charles B. ." this The finder will be rewarded by returning her to li
has struck at thing aroundme. gone day to see the volcano and
every CharlesVitliams J.UtKelly ., \Villiama.
nnson, subscriber, or \ C. C. & R. W.
And. it has been uniformly T.e"; names of the killed-and of f 1 also i .
although pre James Wilson, James we propose an early visit. A Oct. 24, 1831 10:>w H. W. BRADENLJIST _ _
tended that the persecution against me origi Acily,John Williams, John the wounded, so far as ascertained, master of a vessel from Malta that -
nated in K Georeje W. Willis, George NOTICE
great regard and delicacy for public tmp
Qj Larkins Ned Williams, Jos.T.-2 though it is probable more of the lat arrived here three
days that are cay
feeling and morals, yet what are the proofs to Wood Samuel (10'0, says, in arrears for City Taxes again
Lanum, Squire ter may be discovered -are : on between THOSE make payment on or beforj
authorise the rumor, Rbout which Mr. Inghamand Lofton, James Walker, Benjamin passing Sicily and the Volcano requested to 1831
t., Execuuoc
Mr. Berrien wotdd'nol trouble ihemtelvcs I to Luke,Thomas Wells, Daniel Killed.-Cyrus B.: Guile,. of Mans.- on the fifteenth inst. the sea was Wednesday the the 17th thereafter day of August tor all Taxes that aj bet
will issue
inquire, but which notwithstanding, they could Lanon, Susannah West, Robert K. field, (Mass.)) aged eighteen an so; on of
[160 letters.] I. G. SEARCY, }'. M. apprentice very rough although but little wind, due the City MarsharAugu.t19 roC'
s14 and eecret r whisper ipto circulation ? October 6th. 1931_-: 7tC'alelch I to Mr, James Barnes V: w l.t l--1 l that he expected ho should have gonef ,JAMES 131.. BRYAN, Jr. City 1f1 !


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Such were the facts in tlus case and the
editor cd directly for that f
if toe Courier must dive purpose ; and the purpose Itself::1 but in-factsie
deeper iuto law and morals opeiilv avowed by those who enacted them. .If took passage to'Albany; nnd Woodbridge & WiilUrd'a; ;
dr Uoy1earr
ere he can find either in the technical the object was to probably went on to Canada. She can be found L Universal ?
strictness the Indians it
protect Geography *
I against Ilappy
we Family. '
imagine.-[Phil. U. S. Gaz. -
of the one, or the sanctions settlers does A t1a.
TALLAHAS.Bi5yp of the other, a justification any one believe the legis Selector. ,
lators of AVoodbridfC &. V/illiard's '
for his comments the Georgia were so foolish as to the Tales for Boys.
iS3I. on facts
DAY3iOUNlNG{ ()Ci'011E11 1, in this case, suppose Mr. small do da .
p vnprincijtlctl WhIT of been ) Burn
which he has heretofore plunderer of the Indian: would hesi Virginia has nominated by works.
given, or the strictures he tate to take the oath ? Not the Anti-Masonic Convcnuoa Olncy'd Gcorgrajihy and Dryden's Virgil. .
one "unprincipled de a candidate for the
has Forth 1 Adas.
tLaI.1 recently put on the Devil
1UIL. itfore manly and iiidi hro gnuius ulijt'ct the prupte. The appeal of Dr. Mcacliam, to the public. ple," would hesitate a ELLM A of a Grandfather,
st.l1I & moment to secure himself
tl1F i\flS flit to have rcC4)1IeCC the cIts; .u- \Ye will now turn for a moment to the conclusions against molestation "in the prosecution of his vocation'5 AKER, of (Pa.) for the Vice-Presidency. Par Ie1' Geography, for Gay Children Vlannerinr.of the Abbey, t.

m.QtLCflL dens rn !pcrder" prWS t1int'nIa!,%vhcr I which the Courier says the facts in the cst by coii-sciencious seriip'es. The members J. B. LANCASTER Esqr.of rhUren. Charlotte Tern 1e.
of the well AlachuaCoun WiGri lhiard's Ancient Atlas. _______
legislature knew Louisa
Dr. Meachani ofGad. have continued his mind in enacting the law the Orphan.
attack on upon It
is has
rented stated that ty, been Collector
I a and appointed of the rns1uw's Unit'd States
fashioning the customs
oath to them: that the Missionaries Valley of Shevandoah.
of UieComerconduct l ook Dr.
: number -- poll > in Meaciiam's
the last hand for whh
(lCfl county ni writing, authen were ;almost the only ou whom the District of St. John* and Inspector ofthe I questions. Arthur Clernin
in thus assailing an honoral.e and I cited by the signatures of the clerk would act for persons they, Sin ;lcit & Bissett's Cowpcr's Poems. _'
'-i' and inspectors the simpfe: reason that they were Revenue for the Port of Jacksonville : East I
of his own party flashes: is found m the clerk's almost the England, y vols. The Village.
.. .: ( d rn.ui Gid: >den county settlers woo were net '-Kicked" Florida.LIVE. Josephu*, 2 vr.K, $ 1. Lady of
-or ,orf of the correctness ol the incientr and, therefore, he cannot be correct when! lIt c and "unprincipled"! enough: to perjure themselves. OAK.-It will be recollected that Count femur's History. Moore's works.Lake.
It justbefore
have quoted ; for no man iu his scutes: states that lie ei.closed a in his hand was in the conviction of) the integrity of Gi1.ibnn's Home, 4 vols. Lady of the Manor.
? ?< copy writing our election last May and it is
abused not unwisely
j men, and in that alone tuat the ry tier's Elements of His- Arabian
..J revived n controversy, ndmtting to the Governor and legislators I Nights.
, Zt.i proof* of a conspiracy agaiist the Executive office Credat object.; General _____ A
i1 iuiIIg
.fyella, nan i o. i j more "wicked"JIM! 1 "unprincip'fd"'' exercise: of a Branch of the unit" now no more, denounced History. Vicar\Vakefield..

;if.1: Of !v ptijC.! This matter has I long since been e::phi tied to the 1 power has never been witnessed iu our eu1itrv: the Live Oak cultivation. General Jackson soon G oldMIU"Ui's" England. Baron's Essays.

;: r1I IIIC'! iKs: a meinVr of liis ovn parVuU satisfaction of the public) ; yet the Courier denies j I One peculiarity( of the law is, that it extends; after r denounced the "malign inlluence" of the Greece Ronic. Asi Tracy's<--ii'shin!Political Economy

l : doom his oiiicial obligations and vuse of f it and calls for proof. Will he publish the ciitificates otily cv.iif;; I to sijf'u a part: marked of the State: -ami if the power to Branch of the unit aforesaid, in -that respect and Beauties of History. Magazine of<: Affair.' V it. _

Vi: : mnuh-vantto' his wishes for the success of a iu The Fioridian; of Aug.isl il 1, si hv all the' duties, for sections distinctions of! a State of; privileges, is adii'itiod aud all others, by a reformation, one of the good ellecLsof Howe's Narrative Greek of a Revolution.Greek solfwson.Eulogies.on Adams & Jet.

,:. 'viriizan: the editor of the Couri assails instvctors and the cierk: showins that i'ii which is order from Mr. d
; Ijntli ti! I.- : ()'i$e-i ; fee! its iIci11tiieCC? $. Geor- an Woodbury, with ier. The Foresters.

r: IJt. M.'icnain, ill a manner that muvt be ensure d original, as substituted, anti the copy were made jrby im: c'.tMr.-s! mir'i: of our own Terntorv, and if on the sanction of Government, restoring the '' LiveOak flo lhui's Ancient History, Mcnuvre; of Countess da _

'jiv ;..Mno who intends to form a disjissionate 1 Dr. MtMcham? We answer,No! emphatically.! rejKKt; of her surveyors, her legislature: ': should 1 plantation." A letterr has been addressed Pl*8 itarck's vrls. Lis. Gcr.lis. __ ____

from 1LCt'l He calls Dr. : iiidjrnVnt toi"un He dares not do it,-his business i.s .see fit to extend her jurisdiction! over us, we i-nv! to Judirc Pelham.i .
to have Biackcuridge to it
on.-\Ve ad History Enykr.d
as Ifind: : I hws and oath! carry 2 vols. Ciarkcs Life
: ci.c..iI.aaIces: whicli: to his niiul!, sjiowti tie! to do with tacts in this matter as pasarticulir: vitde
!'-" Ct>;) 41( the :J0'1' JwHk u'as scnt> b' '"ni, toI''o It is worthy of remark, that both tle:: poi! books C'iam> aud Ii.i IiC.!-S. sent here to transport men, with to sjxcua! tions.GEORGIA.)! Walkers" larre Dictionary. Franklin's 2d Expedition

Kit-cativv: of the '1'rrttry-t1ter lie publiciti i- though} litteral utrancrips" from -ic'i; other: were Georgia, lor tuai: .;s felons, ail who should dare to .-Mr.Lumpkiu is elected by a considerable L Walker it at.ridpcd Johnson's do do llalIsIettCrt to the Polar frnmthc'.Vest Sea.

n, in The FJoridian of) the 21th At.Vis1, we authenticated; as o1igiuLL and \vcri* o/iVmriU in the l "deny th'- nut'.only: i of her laws, or iueiuifcstuvkei1' a majority.-The Troup party have a majority i- Webster's Spelling Books. Vnn Halvn's 'arrtrre.

\ may -I' irt''"* Courier what flirts wiil conduce him eye of the law, so that if it were proved tint thenn; determination to disolny them. The in the Legislature. Co bb's do do AVS'te's 'v ya-e f o China.

thai; a copy of tlie poll book wn-< sent to Jic (JovtTii'irf were any c.angc of the ik-sthr.tiou: of tliem i I ;: el'I'Xi'fitmir the ri.*- iiprctively l wh.c'i Chap and"Toy Borks. Life
i 1 l.i t'y were undo. The Mac/n writer -rf!! II. H. Lrt-.
It would r-'trm he 1 looks at factsa.s l the case would POLAND. New Vork
not lie varied for s t'f t}, Imir.ii Spellings. Kent's C"ipnvm.ires;
; a ;u.l iniTciful 4
: of Warsaw r.
V tt-mpcr t>!0 is still hid! the Russian
by armies
from V.
>; wn ilirtui h a -'l.i& darkling, and ere it OL jrol though both: were lewdly 'r1I)1 .rk ittadtr, Nos. Aln.i.-kN Revte-l.
J 4 t origiiials they were in I 1 .l.: eyes however l,2an-1.3.
j oV-ct <0Viv t > c-tnvinc LIM of the c-irectness fact both) Cflp flS.: :t v.-is ar1ii: :eJ, Iihviie: and cliil.l were both tooIt1.t'.l be are said M D.'n.Vlhn.
j, pepared lor: a terrible resistance. They have urray's Grammar& Key Tw.-'Iie
k I>r. Mcuc1i'nr.s Liteiin'iits we siould! >rbcar, be- Sirch then are the facts and circumslar.cos.; I in |; C l by stwv s-icicncss, of wiiic .< the chi.d! : 1 \ undernui.ed: liie whole! Warsaw, and are ready ** IiHj'o! .(l'iction, 2J ? utt--nisar.years, Adventures

l cviiig4 as we Jo, witu; I Huihbni?, that addition to a remark made iu ;e t, which are : l.t'.s, .I, iv (1 ieJ. lie C", I.I not !leave the sKit > withif: overpowered, to bury themselves ami their ii I- IteflItr, 37 1-i IV Lisle.Tin .

*'(.V ny.nrr a tuJJi .i:_:un*: Jii.: ..s1t' i!, l lorlh in justification: of pi.t out uv1l!; ti.eis' to I i.if rui-rcies of the Georiria | vadcrs in one C0i.iiILi ruin. It is said however sequel, :- (>x< n">ns,
an attack "
; ; *' by te! COM : f tIv '- still. removed that KVI-M.IUS Vs.ti'i?
tt'i .JVJJ.MII :e isP.:>: ; l he aie disj$):.ed H> tieat with ,
on a
re-pt-ctahle citizen, of his own political f.uiii: nfor il, aII \ i rkhtm's: ( tmi'iar. Th? t !1t-ri.
:,, :i. i)1j.1) lciov-sflrrr lii rand allow i"ed! l li ,
in ;
hum-in tm
Il i i' :iot, ho-Avvor, nature sit calmly! a "op irate uatmiial: existence, to be) (2 t.' ,
a Cu' ; oc.entious di cihrg) ? of an .'!Fc: i! duty I. into 4 Geojv; ; ;a m. lortrh'! in a m.nmer whicri: 'j governed( bv a 1 V.ceroy ef rns i Ari'hfn tic. France ni l Iiiky' .';0
r, ud ernit tint to pass unhlttcetl'hich I .. ti.eir own ;.copie. Sn r'cd' Calcula- I'--'k; .
i may the | i he fri i, B
i idtnl I
hit :
c )n cr-.ei
j proieciion of the of : and uslt: <'!':. if i1 .ilifiieni' l 11
votes the people in t1 I ? a i J igir! w.o: had cn is.t.1 ti.e Vi: tula 1 tot
> Lns.Tr-r
the nin'l< of who It't
Irive jiul
lii an: ip"os-oiion: : lio-o tl I'idjtjori
clioic.1: of L reri'.4nta1ive.; plates: :;;u.; !i''r-TJ. C-. un-ed| t tc t ; act with I l i'Hskewil.-c- h.i.; re-r' s,.".id I it, wit.c" F>;isl's t Arithmetic. EnIisa' Hf.r ,
1v! fsajiji: : : l Vic' fics in: tho tse, uifavorab'e ton I % .la I ..Vt11or t1i.- :iii' ::, '. :; ..i. shows] that Ji ke's
eii1 ; '
But, Dr. M 1 'ncau!: ', previous tl-e l ,11 .t: ra..H. Ot{ ti.e i lv:>s i.s :.OI) s: Jesperittr do English in Frra.e,
If' hte
t i.oa1 fd nvHCta! '.o c-ir/on, wio has plainly l pearancft: of tit Currier re-a]p- tMirnoc.satah! 1 >rjeVhH..? ; i rt.: !-.' <: dca l ;- js v.c ii Jiriiv-t'Xpv'Ct. \\ e :< \v tii i.nxiety: Patterson's do TrI n f Lt ,

|-. v\: tint; noiUi: T j irty attac'imi'stnor cditoU had fnuo--ir! '.1 l himself: el at z .roi ; l1h'u:4 Ci'11..II. ii-r e/try .irnv-.l from) tut C"-n.i,;; s.i! as iike to Fr art.* I fUauer. 1

i ;. .i.c.uJ car. drive Jun frora the rectitude a candidate: to repicvnt! Gad..l<*n county in tho| oist! tr.'d u-ith iiorud: 'iat'. ..ud -.\..lg.inl. 'C .!.i ; 1 : g .u-v..s o:' ti.e: tire of t..s i...:'g ;:auu.uous peo-y DItif's Ifr.c: '-rc.Ladle's Vivian,

next loglslativo: c-i'snci:!, at a tin;.', too, when hi I aiid '/.I'I sJiut upvitlii i i..e? wisf! a e..l l i: id '' A nPaley'.s i-t'rny. B.-.>mbl i*y-i I t.f.t'se,

\r.tyf. election mi iht! intcrjere: with ti.e friendof pristii!, witj'! Jio-jr! iv i or !H\ : !eiL'd! ll I It'i .RfSsIA: AND POLAND \\ rrks.Jone's Tnits of Pasn: ,

j) it 1 11 t;< 1t'tI are tho e flicls which fix so Coirir.-Jfne t-.e; t Lr ; ir o!' ti, j1.Ir in Ii .au.v, 10. IN"at. Philosophy. Perry -iv.nd Vovae,,
= -
iliac lat-hnjmac! ? It 1 Acco.dnig to letters fro m I1'.dsLcric.
.' /-. 0:1 ti." De-dor's jniiiJ the belief that r-snri.: ; 5 puy; 'T jiir; ti.esnvo.: ; > -i.-l i i-.eir Wai B.swell'Ljfcof Jcjhascz: _
to be iii c.dtil whchor the ; t. c Uus, v. :. :;;- j j >av/of I li.e .ilst 1 lii:. tie: PoU1- .auiri.e.l; ; outigt; ;: j -IJI1U1'S i\a:. His'cry. 'instrel L'
,,., : ,. n Ve .cik from oi,i (.-.! 1--I o.t it.- divtii! P )ico >:'ojtit-8: ;;.: -.i I was not s :;t- ; now ) den witiiout i..iiCr."ry j i. into uhi.sifoion! by .) exicr.n <;{ Useful Knowllan of Two Lives
.... : r v.v hsve :iul)t tlic omljor of t i ht! rC.pi et to n.mie<, wi'S' SPIt'j /;. : j.: ..1t t take r ia uicijuate! a loiCcjs: tIat! ol"tie iiu.-siaus.! : ; lilt etle. Cap .P/peinllaa Voya-,
Dr. .Mi'aei.nm: or tl-e 'll!* \u-'Ui'1: ; : :' u' :.h ;'f :"
; had
V" join der.i.cinioi ..p.GoldMiii'li's Nat. The .
of Pr
1 provi.-ioiH enoiictt! tt> stand .* f History. tcstant
id i \ :i : Ot 14) ,
: -it ': ia wiiic : T '_' Doctor eg ;
so i .
ii triimip.'i.led YL. ,
Courier, the I OJIT.UI I of tV NMU-US, I has l.iu-iy I I an: ti.*; at all ili p-js.- u, ei'g" .a ti..-? cii-;; j l moat..s( and t/.e tovvii wis too well lo; iitied nr. lill I.Lct.fl. C..uJs-y! : ,
: Vj** : i!;; .t the a.Tduvits ;tf 1)uv -. i nl i pour- ,trovtrvynid: : :i1'u.i:;. d l 1i it.< ii -e'. | sale .f on j i L,itie's Lr.xiri.: Conn'ryCrj-atc
outoii! him. If wo m. taki-; not i\\.*' rsi.Hvill -i .ere, every t'i .mow .uiy lear in:.' tin: enemy w'ihteInJt | ,
\ 5'P-. : t-f credit and ; as t.M31;ic'Jii T :r .r -c'.j i l/c Anifiican ( slrrf.cld. The Co
< < .i
-l.y c'mtrai Jo vv"iii"i i: "lor :it to take it by storm, 1 i mopoJite,
show that thnt fre was a, leiruSstr I .
the Mojj'e uii ii! :;ust.iiu 'wio 1 thujj '; A 'm ,' 1-it.1 f* Laurie
i' ii i.itiMin! ti ri'nII1r. Tmld
rrc: 11tJM.'S ..c.i ("* Jiot 1iit, ., .. 'j.iul ptoha- army of 4OOiO-ieii withm the and
a | A.n
j --s itC', I CII ti. d-s- 'i' iii iil f th piri-; i I ,v ;il! i ii hly jn.'it'ru.-.l: i.i ;:;;f i s ( -ti! : .>r !:, uocof ini'M.ui.i' !number of undi great wi.r.h'siahe ; S'.R'nan.We11,
j c ; m
tli-1 ; j ; liiied
I) M: i ,
: : : :t.. in .is f.-niflc'iti: of July >ci; t i loops, wioee! iu ti 1 '!' rPri! SJ(1 I cf Fashion
honesst 1 1It and jud'-rs'-itil-i il ..clxirtrc of i : t-' .t! (ti-- ;;.en-. of i ii.iv ,
iL ti v : ) c c. | pe; >uu.c i <%!)ore of tniimujr I I: ; the wjoe! of! whom 1, as well a> Ititnria Sacra. Mr.u UPS Letiers
i t f
.C .
oe _.
I ,
; -M ii)4 ; >:yj-\.i' in : c .t: rii iHiujs-op.-; ;r "iijieiinfild./5! ;j ti.e oi'ncr inii.t: : ints weie animated \vitu ti.e best 'e.i ,ar's Cniiiwnarjcs. ll'-rs'' Tales

1. i' WiI k, THi: .M1S.-MO.\AKKS.-VY! : <]1I ; ; '"'''. '*'"''' ''..' ';.'": -'r, '>J' t.";,' ;. I ...-n' alti '. .-!_ i; spirits I: and ie.--jlved to ti.t to ti.e ia
i: ; : .1 i Li 2)r4) '.'c2 I Ii I* )12 C $FIflfl1! ] ut, oi v.'m !.(' ) it !e1".-'* J '. -s: iyi.iir; I l':.'..I I i* t* 'r"-4ou nl'tho! movements: ) of the lit ssians; have lictraved; much it Delpl.iuL C'.ntiiuniali Adv'.nturcs,

r"ut iirf-u ijje iriiief Jin* : i U Ui 'ciuu'.n: at i .. ; -' I iiideci i.w. Tins is i. .' .'s Cicero. ;: Hf
and % the and!
i I precinct s !ii4it"v ",vir.c'actuated: tl.e (je-T _-:ia I. : .i'ivir c by t-ome atinbi.ted to the inHuesee i '. :u.J luJJ jVi of : -t'-iMS. 3 vi.'.-in;'. I ::i i.-. .. I mlitrt-iit of the Cs i'cro de Srr.ctute&.AmVonne Cadet
\ a !Jjf jrjin-i's *.f all ti:0: voj j irisl.itttr**, t-> tje! ; IIILI1 ticr! } [ mediation, aud( even: t.ikdi as a proofml ) ,
prevent of "
re.iit1.c I \ !1'- ,.. '. :rt'. Don
; '
p.-r- : : .t ; .!) iii"t:. Juan
.i I -j-.v.- ii>Mie oft. l-iws that: it has
.1 u.i;?, a.' x-lj hi nil ; II begi.n; to opt rate.
'V<, respects. 1:1 C- (Ms'nv j : in t'iO Ind'an' terntorv, who] refj>< d i C r J n't .f (iru j Davidson's Virgil. V albh's
v:1: i to t:>iau I : g : Mitl ;.t; :!.Cl-. IT rr.iel ill-,, j Certain it i.> that their ; intention Journey,
t ul i'14iV.. 'A1I ler oat.'i: toi'b--ove the! laws-Ti-e of j''. ...:. -Oil: 1 i i:11v Invi.K* ouguia \vas; to Virgil Delpliini. Etor's Fables.
se'-ues ii' ti| M under I the *
j : ": e'' CCflp; wnole part ol t..e D.c.-; wi.ici isof Horace
; La.rie
tl..iii ; t Pelphini.
I i tiii'insjMxti1 1 tnndeor.t: a fu1: : return' OUtr8 1T<'. uniontii "" .t.. c. C' i.'J>: .:.c<.'j, it ih-s-rvr-:; .juied ,
itoM-dijrir >-the! pr '-o'c if n. :: ; s.Hio by: tie Vistula and the. Pridian iu>' Vainy's! : Greek Grammar. Tola! ,

i. w.: ivMilii-Jby tV cr-'T'.t reiurn coii- ()ra IljC4I I hands! of thieves! and renf-ir'ules 'm ( is'ory ura;: ; :>nd! it i .tlc'4; : tic iK'hov.'s; ::s to car c- i tier' a'.tl to, estahhsn a jirovioion-1 tit)% eriine.t iiat I..1al.c.i. (.: tus. \!-axwell,

i; ''i I :iiH'ur t : 'C4>]> of 1 tjje 'I j l-above liniy '.vn.c- i'.ce-.i.: ..!. < : of ,Sttie; w'.irh has i K: But G Testarr.ent. Lai
y ]p i : H o1 d"w.Hi 1.I jitslicand: tho CtfltEflh1t: ] and defiaiicif i h ...' v'i-t i IOCV are si in at ten nnies di.Uai.ce I ; !. J 1tba! ,
!. I copied With Jiand v fl Ii):; ;; t ( .4' *>ii t .1- !.t .;i pot lion of our 'i\-r- l fiom Warsaw, and: they 1 l-.s.e not ?'.wiriveiiis'! Lexicon.rJr rhhl,
my own audic vrhere yet td
ry manifest.-jju tiie! occupi
t of ai!! the voters/' fn.rns.: > in our i iiitr\ :uih : !\vant*. t-.i ]p' \\ei lot-xtciiilto itt iC K ilic11. Most of tie ;e.h.c load--, however, a i lit. Z rflr.rflfln 1 1-" I: Tinto ,

# opinion a j illic; :nt rrsoi: fir the stionj! in-'a ires: r aiie **Ifiii''lt! 'ui-J] tviiih-t nn-iCits. P. inlested with parties ()CosicK exteml ; *>ek Exercises. P i*,
wiio th
;< civ; ] V\T.S on a j.1Ireparat and distii ict resorted toby Georgia t'i restnie quiet and order e\citrsions: miles eir r.nycastle's Algebra. atttr'Vii'h,
many beyond i
'. whirh r..n h ;>. trieniiet.! the main! Day's Ah Yot1r1r
: on 1hP cer'i.lcati : :- ; p.ra. Pnk 'be!
.t ,
; tVS written.pyofthe .- v.'ithin her chartered limits. What tho.Js zf.c.! a:. I st hy author
L ? cui-cirjit'.oiN ;- We army ;p, iara.vj or plunder all wiio ,i-t\e; iiiSrII's Euc'id.
!l : .1 :>; iei hrjs he-'ii recrived this' of VivhnGrav,
: ;pl l lHkkan a l Cfrtilicate "wereJ the minion); ne to lallvithin
( their (.lbsis "
: scruples were, whici 'in* said t-i !have prevented d. \ th.'ii tit '.. reacii. urvevin. -; :

li,1u tiepi t:4.11et: 't1di' c : d ; ..' two of the missionaries fr< m takiniranoath, j Ijuiik ;has: btvn t'i ;..-u, .,: ;iiit; .sue iil !;i. c 01'our loe.l: ; iinve has 1 beeu bioKght ti.e cholera r..or'ous wnerever theie B uiieis'1tk" Keeping. Adv-i'i! of a Kings d
t j upparati.s j kind of
t'i ti: Governorind any comniua.catioit; with t.iem Letters. JZtC,
fi-verf.l ;
< u> T-Ir. looVervi-tljelawsofihrlaiid itdofsnotappear.The; h'-ce-NVir\i ciiji Juoi': b : ir-s: been !' purb destruction Lejrendre's *
j ti Gf'
( (
invariabiy their n rstituiczis
!, 4- y. u !i'.>e jilS'lavjt'j a i< tveli a< others tlirouirh; ), oath could not possibly interfere with the li-char ; -

hitiiK-h HUM have pied, --how that it their duties as rnissionarits .% Spanish! Grn: : mir. Thf I.;
I. neithf: r e-'ul.l it po--i- A-V, U. 1.-Kt\ct: o! a etter: "In i[ .i----re,
L t opcatvl umill it readied Afzrt h relation tn Ii:.- j.i.'iitrz b nrj'.ls; ( tf /!: 1 last I fly Exe.--s.; T : '
: the: ExccuihvAn : j bly liave any beariutron! ti.e contested quc-t'un of! : UnittJ Cities Haul..-Ti.e (*IJU..t tie I wlo; ; nil >'tn 01 t': U l >-.:..!>, i..uier t.1 e Cart a Vorr .; ; -. 1 .' .)' ,

the: jurisdiction of the! State; but if they c'.os- to j j ja.s has irnoj )irinnga !Jew da -\vitii .ri iii,hrt :j ciiniiiiand if i\iskevvit.schaJ ;..ii.Mi t vauisVti't. ?.tLIiais'.: r : :itnar-. : f G micra' Jason
ha. .
: i-xaiuinat:')!) < f{ Mear.iii arnvedye. >rh;
: : i Grnr.
ierday ;
uiue th* of wii:! Ix.; li'iin 1.10urn i. mr. W z' eai
crsaracter!!: politVinns p.ud to b" ii: t to i 10 mii'''!): of j ln ;i. \Af ,
::i i wJai como < ? -, a j a d.aXiClI posts aie already in S ?"'iiir'> : '
S.M-.V chie/e\\ Fr. .
;: n
t :ireU.e wonderfe.J : foity s .z.icti.nary. C (''
I !
: ] : lacts lint theinvlves! the in.-truments j MI ;n to turn t.'ie bii.iiicv of 'wci. ;r,
of t'-=tin1! tl.econ'titutioirdityof rxc.ii: >g wiih miles: (Kniriisij) from here hut the ; Pcr's Fr. (. .
v which daCJare
$tI. <> c. i.cuxivev! corps was
t that Ki : s J.7,
i > of
no ->: Ijoofc : 3t'-oi Lf.
) j ivns >ent, the law they refused 1 tool. th.-v I had j! ] r I the i'and such tint under l : ; the command of Generals Cnr/.uuwski and tl! Xi!. :rnr's !
tt wjjic.i: ; : s.VmM y ", i I p st'rv Le-
( --v other n.oi.ieil
: uvo caj el'd! him It<) show( a full ri'4'.t to do l( so, and if they have: suiil'red in !j IJ.i.-.k'se :; ,!; m I LT. S. j I Iloniaiitro, parsed thnmgli Warsaw yesteiday and Pier ''e Gr3il.Florii'ii ttts, rn Ma'h-v. Mid
his tin !Li
iJ3t c 4jja-utaric.s Mas e;.c.i riu:.: d c. ccii: : ol'1.IS fish j "oris.I .
:: 'd ( ) ehrxm tht C.1IflL.I at[i.l IIM ltrjfhilso.f; : l-Mnsition. I '- Q.itix'-ut Fr. Csk
u41 thwe lie Wo\ .'ki ,
by ti. circ: jj Hogatki; and the Commar.der-in-Chief r.n Presbterian Or-
> 5lateDr. of the: public in tho sacred ci-nraclfr! of iiis ; trtVi.: and Ins s. e. -i make it 1iak' ;.ar, calf extra (!
l Ut, Mi-jcinji : >: ina: j i ry a point of! duty: i !leaves town to-day, to meet Pa.skewii.sch but iflali.'lS,
abi.ii expressly; sas-tliat! "L1 let rics of which, 1 by their interference ill p1 .itt *, t.u'y: | to ::,:;;! ... tliuu f.r t; 4iies! of,t the same: h>ttuti; !"U, i epccted that the Ilus. iaiis will not battle ittin (I ) K !id! 'li ii\r rrnit4I v,
teu uaim.s; ivtre d ::.s his b t give ) V .lS. BUPk'l '1 t
put iwn, he discovered have divested tl.vMii.elve.'. j M-c".ny airniiU impo.Mtiou.) If there' j; I.weie but retieat. eiloca1 Diens -
4at r.IcJ1tha, was cuonablc noihi.'jg!! h.t !(icui haiiks: he would I Byrn'i Wrrlis, raif extra, ti -rrry: ,
obit it lie-
not of o>e n quarter [ 'Siuce the Council of War has beefl held! (t') %.)b PiLrn. Pr'r's

:i tiiztai MM :miievj vied it.- 1 hat he su ig- I TIIE! CALHOUN JACKSON MEN f 1 ml i.iid .1 rent .ihno! t b'Mweeii every country ViJlauv I I greatest: uiiauiinity! prevails, and perfect contitlencea r te; ii' Work=, calf extra. Calvin's ,

?.ttMl :.a alteration: which; : was concurred in by: \I themselves in an awkv ardprcdionent hen- Ti! *V": 'j :ce.-ti.ation!! by: tiie time he ieae...< d i'ilt.sli'ir his ]. ; of i is established between the Goveminent and the J i. K. V\ 1-ite's} do dr Lut!, r's d
tie a very ( -) : ( ( :-a .iit,iiit. But nation and 's P.K.-.IS do
) imd cl as i the Commander-ili-Cluef. do Ci.irJ-e Piirnnrcc
:ik Tiiat have freely indulged in ,
towards the close offk'CtMij olKjen.J ic\- i ison1 il ic fovtr.'i''i
i : >> are not afnid to I'riith.i"r: AiuItr.aaCar(1ner.;
money } "We are expectinir a tremendiius battle iSLt1Ifl.hS IInulI gilr
: ho substituted the prepaied caption, tri *d arid! devote.l friend-', until lix* ;p.-oj>l }bei'{ or invest il I! It1? t. It I would he an act of)t lolly) m I ST. I'ETnuMH'ac, July i>0.-His soon.has S iirii S ..raster.Cain 50 rents, ;

ttL !l.t tial leisure, copied the names I fiom! gilt to doubt the sinceritv of their loimer! ircvs-!f: our troveruic'-iit! : to put down an ini-litution I that j j received from Count l'a.skewit Majesty detailed i nf Ci'ri'ities. Zi''ns Songster, Co do.

4' 1t : tlrali !. ],: by I opt. Gray; which! was then S2Jfl. Wlieu v.eou :i Jornier occasion pnsir.nedto ; give.> siren lh, c'liiracter :and ccrtaiiitv to i our Cf>unt of t.e si.cces.Ntul passage of the u Vistula! 'by&cJ Homer's.lostnh Andrews Iliad. 1".itts' Hymns,
$i! ciirr.'i i'V and it is Bibies, 51.
4. y sulKhmi'd as the doubt the of so sironir an indun-nient Jor J 1 t ile llussian ariuv. ":
original and propriety some removals and %-uliflr Eitrtainmcn.
ihrposit- >- Family Bi: bs
aj} $3
stiaii'jri'rs to brinir I thtir ,
t vi in l'; ol lmu Ilt'.ssian "
.4 ce ThU: from this pill lxk, pointments .rht about hy ti! 'ir own intri'zI i.ey, Stiie.-.Jib. D. Me. ef.! gilt extra
; : Go\erni.eht; has done with all I )sn (.uic'tt. Pocket "
:. .
iii do
i. !sir r < ;mi ncepled alteration it was M.'i/.e.l i.pon as nu evidentof, hostility toGen. auay quarantin. :o
41 .). Tiie reason as.-igned for I this is i that The U'lnilikr. Armstrong's M od. rk
ti.e wt ?
t. '4 anj by.tae b i p-ctors and clerk, in the caption Jackson.-We have always: ; approved 1 I ofsrch [ Fran the Drjlt'.<,loicnnn..) Democrat.] I whole empire !lieing inlected, nothing! remains, 5 to The Spectator. 1\lurraysMat. Med. ,

"p: M by Ijjjjj (Dr. !:.ciaiii' ) from ta! imiialt measures as we thought right, and have, as ipjtoscd fnrdcr.-Considerable 1 excitement l be gained by the iCotnctions; which were in ot Jierthe A GENERAL ASSORTMENT

4' pi xt q lv p: I--, c; pt. Gray, and 1 In-to re I matters have tinned out, attributed to the riirhtsouice prevails at this time, in the Jouer M-ction of 1 tins' respects inconveiuent and imperfectly! fulliiled. Of Bie' Prayer Books, &.C., plain and extra b'r>(lr.r: ,

the I t!.<- jl county, on account: tit the supposed munK'r! l by Front the London (ikb tVom the "Bible and Prayer Book Society," v ill !to
SUCh 2O.
; #, as we thought It is .Jitg.
and a pleasant -
1. tta. onnp.irei .signed, by wrong. poisohing) of \Vm. Chaiuan{) at ins ri'sideuce m Some days sold at crs:, at the Protestant Episcopal Prosv ia '.
'. :uj.l c'.eik: a h>t of v4) recreation to strip the daw of his burrowedplumes Andalusia. A villian of no ordinary ago' a report u-aehed i.s that New York.ALOiOOOO.
e.i.irar.i: r
flii4t! Emperor Nicliolas dead. This
aaJ vf.':n M ikGovernor.( ." 'it was of this ( orlearthchons'hidc from ti.e very dignifiedanimal named I Lino Amalio Esjxisy Mma! : i.a.s; been arie*>- I IK a lubrication of was the Jews Berlin was said I to Tracts, at ten pages for one cent.Pharmacopia .

I'1 >>tt, ,
I JJ J j sinehis! arrest circ.instances hang a J homas' Dom. Mcdlcicner Blank to'.k'
in M's i Jirst have been de'vei- ,
sfiti'incnt to the pnbhc, said great tenor of such as i cannot) penetrate the di j i ioj mysiery over the news fiom Petersburg. '1'oat do do
Liit it >ed, which will most Books .
ivas ki-pt !.y thccx-rk in the lorm procrid guise. So we have derived great amusement from probably bring UliOli] him a i - ... .:.avTijat more serious charge than; that of loigery. It apbus I is lell .
; was the fact, with regard to | the critical situation ill which certain politicians, pears that he I had I become) 1 almost without a )VCrnhiient. The 1[ Harper's Family Libary, Day BOOKS, '
' I '*' -'iJ : acquainted, by somemeans Emperor, the ministers 23 vols.History .
llirn the
: f even Chief of Police! Lexers
it ,
> tiicrc can IK' no 1, nht.% not far oil': flush U.emsdves dare not other wit.i ,
) Hut, placed.: They or i l.'ic family of Mr. Chapman the
: ]have withdrawn to Peterhofl and it of Jews, Ackerman's PrtMe. -
H Jlje the
t t-ditor: of the; Courier, ii i hs; come out openly against the General because who wa.s an English gentleman and had ; seems, Lorkharts .
Mrf I c'mment.s on a h'Hilj| i iat nibble, not the Sovereign, is autocrat for the 1po1con, Not, 1530 and '31,
ta: : dftiiin :-" Dr. Mej.cham: ; nh> cted to', I they we no prospect of defeating( him at the comJing his resuh-niu'! on ti.e Bristol road, for the cure of In the meantime, the Grand Duke the lay. Life of Alexander, Lilly, for 1831,
only sur-;
; /"Jy: ii ; impediments[ of) S'ttC.! and that villian alxive history of[Insects, Polyanthos do
capuon as :, and not i'i:i .suliicieut ,! election' ,, and their own principles in such a Lrfferred viving brother of the Czar, is suddenly called to GaIts tJyron
Wt to, was iu the hab.t of do
: ; intercourseith his'Ji,
rrc !
. and v.L'; rejectc l, and yel he :' would lead to certain "removals" not ahogether liimily. TSIr. Cliapman look sick sometime in the seat of government, and a Prussian 'Physic:ian, Bush's IMolicmcd, TLc Gt r-i, do

jwturs: ii w-, ki-jjt by Gray; iu due lorm of law. so agreeable; besides the General is too last, at which time :Miua i assiduous in his July at- eminent for curing been mental disorders, is confidently Dcmonolo y $ Witchcraft The Casket, do
Dr. reported to have: sent for from Berlin. We History, of the Bible
( AtIantictvenr.frrlT
i.hvm auare that rcfeicnce: was had to among the people! here to admit au open:! t(911iII Io him. le died however, and in about do not vouch for these : Polar Seas anil '
1 rumors! -they be idlehern Regions, 8 9 'SO and'31
wij> L:1 > or is be totally regard- of hostility. re stories; hut many coinsidences seem to give ti Croley'sLifcofG.ortv4th Alburns, wiih >''ar f-rr-
i %
.: ,i f pvib.c! opinion: v/hicli: has on more than: OIK* port'ays: i.e induced: to 1 believe Jic] was the son I of probability, and the unexpected inacthity of the Disroveri in Africa, bossed mnrroc'-o birrKrjUluvalry
u the celebrated: Gta.IiirL: and f.ieiirner of di Jfljflf. % 1(1 pliht..o A
si tw'a -norur L'VflflTflI& a ; It iK-Jrui .c
; .i : ix j.uJ; to him wilful d'-cdver ? > firinv nn tif! > \ri tiin! \vlmr WP v-er
:- -..(. I"d : as a ".THE: MISSION AH 11: ?." tmcJion. lie I proc.rea, nil her jfweiry, pnte: oi tati rht to expect a decisive battle three weeks X llic UrusAders, Liteiary bouvenr; '2--, '-u

k pub.ic are already satisfied as to | Mr. Editor.-It was with much; regret I notlct: '.viiichsiie had a l.irjre amount, horses and: carnage, may be an indication of irresolution change ago and LD
cQrrc'f ,
- J the !>lacmenls, and the legality j in the list I''loiidim": an article from the Jlacon aud other vah.'abie! I articles! and took tuern to Baltiiroie I- dismay in the quarter from which all orders must A general assortment of b'l ATHWART, nt y.r"s

tr..i--acJjon! desirous that j the where I hecoiner'ted I I them I urto cash. Mr.! arid of qualities suit
the Courier should i itw iwwreivm! subject of t Geoigiaaud!! the: MifI i emanate. to purchaser. Ucse and I iicoloured ;-';u

c iuse to complain')! ) we now proceed to' in- I j Kionaricv.: It is a subject in regard to which r.iueh Korts }11oSt.C1j111I jr attorney lor tins county, rtceiv- ,( ..A- --- Octavo no'e Paper; -Fink Vcllunj oi 'r..

(1 crza .hC aj 1tc
' 41ftP'IJCr Qui fad per condition, we ij2u better not iidde! v.ith. Tliereis last week, and had the b, uK taken up, and an e.\-j *. -s a candidate to 'a. m .. ruled and ft. lined ;Common letter Paecr, ri;' !
( 'M'rlieJio M.a.a < reprcsi 25
\I- fl L" .Lah'4' : acts by another acts probably, much: tHtfereuce of opinion in rejjuid auiir-ation made by l>r. IIt jkin<)iioi* Phia.a.! a- i iVpson, .uh.Mjii, and&Hamilton Countim in the next quality; half, at rents per quire ;-Superf5ncxele.Ui! p ',
-'l'lLat n G
the bare &ct that Dr. Mcach'fun iitLtl by Dr. Coati i.f C.-i-tol for Legislailvi- Coiieil. reams ;- iii and plain! Pools C'pp pap r, ft r.i
a.L1' : to the expediency, of tt.e course pursued) by the the p-.irp se of j < Trol er54ii! 1831 24'f $4 to 57 50 per ream -Fine deed

I tsr!. t.e approbation of the board of impec-) .Missionaries): ; but I caniiot iVvigli.e how any man, a flicacd: : c.ialysisly Dis. Hare I and M.tcliell, of' ft: lined Foots --\'isinnCiirdsmztrbIcd; ; ppcrRuk.1ti.1 ar,1 i''

-3 1a Irt
''lutct of the Utter than if lie had written it the extreme cruelty ,of the manner i i11 wjiicfi! the and we may vxpcct to have him here short Entertainment at Mitrmuna by and nwdinm DnLwinrPaper-Wafrs; Seatz

I 't: laws of Georgia have been enfoiced. The Missionaries ly. A forged draft lor lOflOil. drawn by him on a Tape and Sand ;-Kid Jer's best chemical blark and r'l

3L merchant in Philadelphia had been inlet Ink, and Ink'powtler! Indeliable Ink
lu-odd be are said to have .' and cepted.- ; ; Wedscrroo ,
n novel per1fliaCiOU' 17, 1S31.
s i doctrine that be who em- wickedly! disobeyed the laws of the State (Georgia. Several letters from him to .1irs. Chapiuan have _2f.f.February Cork and Glass Iuk' tands, assorted sizes. -

M a auiaaucma, or clerk, to pen a letter is not .''-"But theystill were treated leniently," &c. been lying in tile post office here tor( some time.- TO HIKE QUILLS, -

I .cr of it, or he who makes a legal contract That these laws "ori-nnated in the mcrcilul wish The liiilv; of Mr. C. left tins county on Monday Two Russia and Dutch, from Nps. 10 to 60 ;-Swar<. n '

Ii a1st properly authorised, did not make it to i protect the defenceless ajrainst the imposition of Tuesday; last, since when she has not been heard likely NEGRO fllEN, for die Tanner's Maps, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Uuitt

Wasnt bound by it. Now, it would unprincipled men, who settled in their country to of. It w unnecessary to state any tiling further, balance oldie year,-Applv to States, and the World.

- (;luf, or letral, impossibility not \lie an enrich thcinselves by their depredations upon th se 38 the facts of the poisoning, which are said to l he R. Haywaixl. UutJt.

*J of inspectors should be that a cterk of a ignorant and credulous people," &c. This is indeed almost positive, with other evidence will be hot'forth Tallahassee, Sept. 21, 5tf. A variety of Sacred and Sooa! Music- ft r tl ie Pnt',

r the' duties actually unqualified! representing a fair case, but unfortunately in the trial. Great praise is due to those Hf.rp, Fire and Guitar;-Coles* Seraph anJ fcarmrnia -

; t of his station, and that they sho'ild there i is not a particle of truth in itThe only object who have been active in sifting out this business, Sa"rr*. .

I rip1tc(1 under his CC and at his direction of Georgia was the possession of the Cherokee and thusbriii rinjto justice anaccomphshed scoundrel CO-: All Orders for BOOkS or MUSIC, from

and lands and had "merciful wish whose crimes of the matrnitude.We the Nt rt-! will be punctually attended to hfcr ubscrilr. -
I bot1 acknowledged by him, and yet be bis 1 | so little any to are greatest 33oot an tatonav.( .
jaw and j protect the defenceless! &c to do with these huyx have reason to believe that Mrs. Chapman -
fact His buliscribcr
: has
t mde assent and ratification 1 THE just reccivftl H pencral assort Tallahassee: October 1 0, 1 831 i 8-'f >-
: -that their direct and necessary consequence is, proceeded to New York with her daughter, where of BOOKS and STATIONARY _
k ? cvt n and
the ,
-pjji though naisc itjef! had 1 j! to drive the poor Indian from the graves and the after settling some pecuniary business, she informed I tiers them for Sale at reduced prices for cash or ap JOB WORK EXECUTED AT THIS

YiIa i c n.t s of liis lathers. Thcso laws havo been fram- persons that shu was going to jfov Ki: !U.nd proved credit. Among which aro tho following : 0FFICE,


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' "VM B II' atodsfri ) &n tmU J:. .u.ntS Just Received THE MEW STORE .l1GJI1N Storage and Commission Business. BENJ.
l' MEACHAMasi tndtdateto Gad BYRD
n.ti i &at TTN Tallahassee has jiisl received per Sloop Exert, a subscriber\ has erected, at St.- Marks, at con- *""""
don in the next legislative coui JL THE
Oct.county 17 1831. 9-tc PER schooner 1\ULO, from Baltimore,and for sale, JL large supply of. .;. WHARF AND,STORE: HOUSE, and BAS Jim' received per Schr. T ALLAIIASSB'E,

bushels of CORN,, Fresh Sweet Superfine Flour will receive and forward goods and produce, on reasonable New York, in addition to his former as- \
,.. rua '.I& .t"U '9.) GERG" PI"J:1.: 100 Bbls S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, terms. TIMOTHY M'CARTY. sortmcnt ; a great variety of :
V ER Jr. M candidate for the Sheriffalty of 15 do MACKEREL, Fresh Charleston Rice, St. Marks, January 6th'1831. 20tf Diy Goods

W'i2 arc authorised to announce THOMAS M. .10 SACKS SALT, Superior SALT. SALT.Eight Groceries, &c. &c. 'f

a candidate at the election tohe 1000 Lbs, BACON HAMS (superior,) Bacon, N. York Dryed Beef hundred Bushels Turks IslandSlL'r. consisting part ofDRY t

hdd on the first Monday in November ncxt, to represent Any pt'rsons'wi'hin! : to purchase the corn, can have Fine flavored Old Monongahcla Rye Whiskey,

Leon county in the next Legislative Council. credit until the first January by paving a bond with se- And a fresh supply of Spanish Cigars. GOODSSuperior i\\

Angus' 24th 1S31 Uf"li curity. TIMOTHYM'CARTY. With A number of other articles, all\ of which is of- 340 sack ground allum ditto. For sale bv fine

-% arc requested to announce JUliN JOY C";, August 17th 1831 52tf fered for sale at a small advance for CASH. WILLIAM G. BURGESS. Costs and Pantaloons black Lnstings and Emertccnsfor j:

as a candidate: to represent the county of Leon JAMES C. ECCLES. Magnolia, April 21st 1531. 35tf Plain and black, !3',
figured Bombazetts
: : ;
in_! _tlic; next Legislative Council. UfW'li $23 REWARD.I Tallahassee, aug. 21, Itf. TAX COLLECTORS SALE. Rl.-i'k Gro-sdcnap, blue black do. ]:.;

are requested to announce Air. JAMES' : i WAY from the subscriber! the J3 U.EJ J.I & KLK1NHAVE '''TILL be sold at the court house door of Jackson Ch3J1"'cahlccolour"ll: plain. striped and '' .f J;

as a candidate for Sheriff of Jefferson RANA of July, a Negro man, 'VIlHhe :'\- : just rerciu-d JIT Schr. TALLAHASSEE, V Y county, in the town of Marianna, on the fourth Un,>alcnapsbldck\ and co .t! \I { : -\

omnty, at the next election. aug21th( 1831 ItfW'K :--( is ? strong well set f!'llmv, dark :'\'w-Ynr, n large and handsome assortment ;; Monday: in November next, between the usual ale Mui;, green, white and pink Florences, 'Ilitl'

'. : are request*.d to announce Mr. tffiffiE15f! skin ; about five fecteilit inches hivh; is about of flarh! ( and unbleached hours, the west half of the south east quarter of section Plaji, and figured! Swiss: book mull ond Jack: .-

6i;} >'U>U! as, a candidate for Micntt' of 29 years of a re,and has a.scar on his ; Shirting and Sheet inirs.Calicoes !:: 2, in township n, in ranzc 12, North and West, 1\11t iIlS, Linen cambrick and Lous Lawn. ",,-
JellVrson count..p', at the n< xt election avis: 1831 Itf breast bone. yit JtSsQSJ lia::; an excellent : bounded by liif-) lands of Adam Crawford, Brown and IMUCS| fancy silkre.[ pnpHn and barge Shaw Ijrllanlkerrlncfs '"'\.,

'T E arc m'U"'.>tul Rlmc\.1lCc'! ( WJltl hoc' maker. of I the latest patterns, Ginghams; ; Carter Williamson, on the waters('ttipoti; claimed licit and Tallctt.1 Ribbon*, "_.-

Y Y' Ih UlU1m 3. as a (',allclujalc 10 re- The above'reward will be given to any man who will Osnaburg"', &c. &c. and I ret turned by Ben Hay's &co.containing SO acres of IJobiiet! and thread edgings; 4-1 & 5-4 bobinctlacc,

present the county of Leon m the nejt Legislative apprehend said Ncsjo, and confine him in the nearest Ladies and! Grnllemon's.: Saddles, pine land ; or so much as will be of value sufficient to IrisIiLmcns! table) do. and I Russia, Diaper.
Bridles and :MartingaN.ALSO
Council 33t, f, jail, and givo information the Mjbscribrr, \s lao lives satisfy. the Taxes due for the year of 1829, tIme said PntdiRrown Holland! tor pantaloons.

_are authorized by the friends: of1.a'yI ltJ in Thomas: County, near Thomas-iIIi:{ficorpn.THOMAS : : Benj. Hay's &.ro. and L. M. tllnc. Individual taxes. Fiinjfjncy London and American prn: : .
WE ADA MS. Norther HAY. Terms of sale cash. Giulianis, rnm'stit'l'l.1idsanll! striju-s.
him "fJ j vj) Bundles (superior )
: S1DID! 213 announce ruin and blachcd
July 21st I S31 48tf: which ihev olT.-r tiral(' on the best terms. A. G MAYS, Shirtings::) :: and sieetin.
candidate he Jticks t -
to county -
n rerrcsrni| people { Cotttii: and scotch O.iahumrji
Council. 47f Ma-nol'ia, June 8. 1S3 1. Tax collector of Jackson Co.for lb2'J.: fottnnatlls, .-
in the Legislative 1831 ;
July _
next Bed tL-ks
NEW STOKE September 14th 1S31 43m apron and furniture checks, ( r-
T.s 1r* utihorjz.d to announce 4.1 NOTICE. NectllM: Pins, tapes, \Ubhin.s,

I. KBID: : as candidate to iqrcsii.. Lam co., IN TALLAHASSEE. FOR SALE. Cl.irrt cotton, $.?.fcc.

i in t'jc ie AL I.A- illative: Council.; July 1331 4Stf door Copper Still complete, Copper Su ar Skim-
Subscriber has taken the !house next to ONE H1RDWARE. :
T F n', :ntl.'rii'-l to announceTBa QJ WW THC k }M. ARMISTEAD, 4- CO. and is ojiwiin.; II Ea bretDy ben tfjnt tljt and Ladles, 10 pair of horse Mill: Stoiu,

aI'IiT "sa Candida lor tile a large: mcl -e-ncralassortment ofGROCERIES ? n suitable to be fixe-d loiin:; Kni\\'( and Forks, pocket and pen do.

SLcr.fTaUy nt Leon County, at the election in February IIt\l: of the Superior Court of Leon County, directed BETTON & EMORY. Seissif'i, Razors, Sp'ctaeks.Iliitaila .

ry :._28th &pt. fite.Dividend T by law, to lie holdfn on the first Monday in Tallahassee; July 1-Jih 1H3I 47lf tea and tablespoons) ,

: BSINK OF ttIDi' LIQUORS, & October) next, is actjotlrlwc1mlit(} the second ;Monday; Gurr ')mhs. drawing knives &c.
and that all writs and
November next, causes, o-
J\o. 2. ])R --GOODS. 1! t her process: which are or maybe now continued or GROCEK1ES.

DIVIDEND: of the profits of thNBar.k, for the among nhich arc the follow in arlie'lc.:, i I returnable to the said first 1 :Monday of October, are adjourned Du Piut and Powder
A Double refilled Loaf. Ilavanna superior "-I lite. and made re-turnabh- the said second Monday : ff1h Rogers and latent
: la<;;l six months, ending; on the 30th .September; of Shot, Vnd l bar lead, sweet Malaga Wine
:FIVE: i tier centum on the capital paid! in, is declared Very clean, New Orleans: ditto Brown-Suirar.Coflee '- of November, on which last r.icn'ioned: day the Vinesr-V and ,
l Havana Green first quality. Court will be held at the City ff Tallahassee.: By e>rder ,., J& pepper spice.
bv the 1'i rectors: and will be paid to the Stockholders, ScntrbVnd Mackaboy: snuff, in bottles &bladders.

oil and after the 20th of October (instant.) __: ;i Yoiui? Hyson, Imperial and Pouchong of t the Judge. JAMES S. LINN, Clerk. = Porter.1RI Cider in boxes.
11\ orJerof the Board, 5th Oct. 1'<:J1. '' September 28ih 1331. Gui vith
a of other too tedious
FRESH TEAS. greet tariety goods to men-
'VM.VILL1AMS, Prt.r tM't1L: 3)rfftt 01J l1 ottI. = Ltt tT'::>:i, which rith( his former stock, makes his:; assortment

Oct. 17, ]81.: 1._II- I J : : II (Ajax Cargo.) Vf-ry grid, which will be sold low fur Cash! or
Subscriber! respectfully\ i nifonns:' his friends
NOTICE. Flour, Bicon, Mfss: Pork, in half barrels. THE ; short credit good customers.He .
the that he has lately opened the a-
llat"l'rf'l0.2.. in whole ;aiulquaritr] do. ( public, ha:*alsi\on hand, a quantity of Blunt superiorsteel
LL fuiwarncd tradingf"ra '
4. persons arc hereby against; : bo\e hrtiise.of .
saw CcUon Gins assorted sizes from 30
fine in do. to72
1 J note on t.c} uh c'1'ih'r dated :bout the first l\1essclo. very quarter 1 .
Fresh: Leaf Lard, Go&hcn l.nfter, GoMicn vhce..e. Entertainment saws ; which will be sold on a credit until the 1st dayof
1831 onihc!. fit flf
of August: payable January: next,
, uhocalhM liinIclfJchn butvliosc l-'n-s-h Charlrston: Rice, (.'odfish, scotrh 1 lln-rings, January nl Vct, l, at $2 50 to $ 2 73; pr saw. Planters -
t-ja man : : Carjtcnter,
n-.d ii'Miie: i is John Pierr, for t ho hire of a negro man!: Sjicnu Candles: \\ int( r s ra med! \ Sp<'nn Oil, whire Boarders and! Travellers-, will find everyICCOMMOD.ITIOjY wantiiig4iins: will do well to examine those before I

,: asi-catainednbc'stolcn: jiroparly} and tak<'n t fromus S\\cctOil, :Ntvork dried IVcf!, ./ ; agaInst loss or damage by FIRE can 'niirlia they purchise.!
tabh' INSURANCE : Jne 21. tP=;1.
fine "hW11 l Sal t t for .
\ :t- such. The consideration: of the aju\C note hay4 Liverpool the most: favorable term, on appli-
Richmond' ti r.t jpi-iliiy l t: I I i rlicwing l Tobacco, that the Country and Markrt af1rd.'VN. 44'f.f.ti
in:::: sailed, it will not be paid.! ration 10 the Subscriber! agent of the Preitection Insu-
Sjunisli: : and h-ilt'Spani; Scirars.Frevh 'r. CLARKE.
MILLS &. PEUUY. ranre company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application -
O.-hecsec! Oct. 13, 1S31.: _!:J-3w : bunch Hai in F'is, IVnn.TAlmonil! *. :?\Jnntin'lIll, Sept. 21, -IS.'H.: 511 I the fair: Cash value of the property must be
mnrisin article in the
with variety of others c< ::very
Mated and evidence correctness -
satisfactory ,
FOR CHARLESTON.THE ( GROCERY LINE. of the repre.sente.tion, and the good moral If

wiperier coij] >crt-d ar.d c.ipiK-r' fasted brig SADffCERY chara'-tor of the applicant. The solvency of the Office, _
Cap Thatrlmr, ,, ill sail for the J. J' roi nant'' Domcsiir' ( Liqiur, :unit its imirnessand puncti/elitymav be confidently relied -

nlvivc }port about the firM of IVi.vimlu-r. For freight;: lil'IHlilU,1 I Holi.ind Gin, :1-: !murIcl.; country do.Genuine on. E.;: B.PERKINS. f a

or pib; >;i c, having pv d arccll mo1l1atilns, apply to P. rdcauvlJrandy! cl,). do. com. do. &C.IERll I Taliaha-sEo, Fc '. 22, 131.: 27lfADMINISTRATORS' ,
istixas suI'scrilxT Tallaliavscc. Jamaira Spirits' New England Rum, HARNESS .
Edward :; at Magnolia, or the -
; 'V. l. G. BURGESS.Oct. ; Old rrrificdtlmnn! 11 u)his-kry, Common d133aaSciiily ->. SALK.IN .

4 ) 17,1931._9- Y!! J .Madeira on draft tc in bottles AND TUS' pHronmceof; an order of the Jiulcc; r,f the Coun- : IADEand sold wu--;" hll, ., MI In l-'REDFR-

.l.ura tlI. Claret! ditto. ty Court of the county of Lon, I shall proceed : 1f. I ,Md., I byUKRSTGNS, concerned
' LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. Old 1:ill proof CogniacBrandy; fiyrnrs old in bottles, HVE;; I 1'iti: i rT'vd- ( n* **i *s j*'C'I vTi!T\S** I DoflVr for sale on the first Tuesday in December, onbe I in the patent with Dr.3 1"DK I:NS.

To all whom it may concrn. and a larI': nsw.rimcnt. of llATS: CAPS, BOO'i tL'tdifs -, I .: ..:t.a'f\1f.. .:..f fTfct fc .i : : I Ij ; Capitol} square in the City of Tallahassee! the ti.l- The alKvc Ointment is! offered to the public as a safq

fWVICE iOTICF....:1'lit subscriber has obtained: and Gentlemen's Shoes, Ready made clothinnnsisting -., j Siukilc--, Bn, iItltihi2'al.SLICkUC.! i I II i
LB.. Li-itcrsof Administration on the estate James parly: of Superfine ( l.tlu C'o-us, ass-r'ld' I I aiKlWa 'iroiiilanifss andof i dn-M.! -Vi7.:-tnn hundred and forty ((2-10)) acres of 1 which have so long baffled die kill of medical .

G. it mjrgnld,dec., laic district a'lllrJ1eof the U. States si/.rs and col-. urs. Angola Frock ditto, a fine: artiHf: :J"r: Bag: Gig, !. : !I first rate land, I lying onLake I I \

claims: ag..iiHs aid eta will present:. the same to the llntll; rnsiimre and sai met Pantaloon*, Marseilles : lots five und six N. R. 1. Sonr.LECS AND ULCERS of longstanding-.
;ubscrihcroiirhcf.retlic, 11th day of April next. and Valencia; : r>:ts. A A.W: pieces Irish Linen, asssorted size \'. I Jch:! ro-ftht-r;.: vni I! !I'" :r tnrk rot :! br-ing one, Township one, ; 3d. SciiiKKCsOR GLANDULAR TUMOURS: juriicularly .
: "Y. Also lots No. 45 4C 47 61 62 63 Gl 65
C.IULIJAE: : RLNGUOLD.Talhhassce : fine black Os:rich Feathers; -Giljun'ssuppriorhot: }prcsM'd t those hardened umuurs in woni n : breasts wlucli
the West addition of
count arter
11-h ( 'ct. 1631.: 9- Ito post Paper.-One box off legan* French 1hnin. PROVISIONS in rp or oftentimes terminate in ulcerated cancers. 1

'. .!:..Paper, of the laiestandmcst. approved patterns; TALLAHASSEE.ALSO Uh. FELONS, or what srnne people know by the

i IJY ORDER Knapsand Stubbs'Japan PasJe; nlwlmlI: nil a variety Giceii' .-, Liquors, Dry-Goods, I name of CATARRHS, of every de npton., JOHN A. CUTHBERT, Presiding of other articles not necessary: to 'nti'n-al! of which I 5th. RUCMATIC PAINS, of"the joints. I

OF Justice of the County Court for the County \\"iIllJc sold low for Cash' :approved' paper. HARDWARE, Lot No. 195: and Northern half of lot No. 95; 40 I 6th. SPRAINS: AND BRCISES: of every tlescription ofI
; the said Court sanJs until l J A -.E::;C. ECCLES. I in whatever! situated.
ol": .1rt1'on, : adjourned part ,
ft-ct front and SO) back in the original plat of Tallahassee. -
Monday: the 21th ill$t. Tcste.O :ICP:: Cotton, Hide1?, Skins, and nn\\ country produce LKC'rpool l, and Crockery-Ware, PETER HARRIS. I 7th. TETTERS of all kinds. In ts: complaint the

,-'_ 17, 1831. W. H. MATIERSjr.Clk. purchased at the hijihcstmarket:; ] price. they offer to ihe-ir friends and the public at moderatenricr A"-tn; ; : and Attorney of Bryan: Hines, administrator of I patient, in applying the Ointment, nU>keep the part

-. Anril2S, 1831. 3l 12m. ..;. ..'.. fi....r. mill"... 1'al I i\'lilCllS.: ,-, ,-!- ::: 1Jinl' 6uls.\ I nut_ __ of8th.- ilauir.i .....n. .
ItANA WAY I. .n. 1--" .T' 'se $cpt:28. "
1. :
-- ACADEMY. Tb-y!; ln%"-aNo on li-uid! at their ware: house at St.Maiks CHILBLAINS, or parts affected by frost.
: thc subscriber on the 2.Vh; QUINCY It is also of the best remedies tor BVR.XS
day AVI
FROM : : Co1'on Bi"in; : and Ib: !(- H-';1'ic, NOTICE. one j
hst, my negro man Institution will bo open fIr the reception .c.:..:c.uv.s. It eases the pain and! draws the fire out in i
tuiJ1J. will be made .
THIS urfott; 3vtttii IXTcr.k::; after date application by
.fill C Ii. on the first Monday of July next, under: JOSHUA SHFPARD to the honorable the short time. '
; the superintendence of Mr 1!. K. M'Clintock.! : Wl' ;;:4. For I FI.A WOMEN'S BREASTS, AND.GLAXDC
; Tic is about 37 or 40 years old; very black ; ..'..unty Court for the County of GatKdcn, for lettersft
has a scar on the upper lip; speaks plain A large and commodious edifice is now nearly completed which lare-ther! tvi.h many (>1 hc r luavy: articles, Inl"Cllcrall f administration on the estate of SARAH MASH- LAR, SWELLINGS it is superior to any medicine yet Nmercurial
\illa of known the medical It is much safer tla
in and healthy faculty.
1l/l. and mildly when spoken to, and is i about six pleasant: c Uuincy, line which; they s' ill! sell!! at low price-s to Plant BURN, late of said county, deceased.Gads.Un '
wh're and in the cf which} good boarding applicationsas( it does not contain the sma:
:cct high,/and well built. "When he A rut off vicinity t : Srpmer! 7ih; 1 IS'il;;: _3tfFOR cfnr.tyOrt. 10. 1831. S-6w
can be obtained in respectable! families. lest atom of any preparation of that material,) U
clothes but ivittun hirt and a pair of
he uatinc'te Jian no pantaloons: on much worn. He was, also, barefooted In\ this Seminary, voting; men \%ill be prepared for SJ1LE. NOTICE.THE cause it docs net lay the patient liable to injury fro;r.
admission into any college in the United States, or .for cxposure- cold.!
and barr-bcadod.! Any p :-rson wlo"ill bring the study of any of the liberal professions.' :' -lLL.e! s \ld on \\\r\\ ("-'pioi: Sti'uv in Tallahassce This Ointment has cured>oies of many years stand '

him to 111' or confine him in any jail, will be liberally The strictest attentionill be paid: to the morals and % 'f' on the 2t'i t' tl \iv of( Vleibtr! next1 prime i ing. W-here i it is impossible or imprudent! to he-al the
and at!! reasonable
4 rewarded, expenses JOHN paid.CHASON.Nenctrrntb manners of the pupil) *,and to prevent extravagant: and N\gro Buy':. I exrernal sore, In eonscemence of the bu,)iningca
funds entrusted to the treasurer ions or rotten, it will the p1Ireo: of the CARIES -
: stop
\ '
dH. Dc"a'11r, Gx: Oct. J 13.: 1 31.I t'-2t' unnecessary expenditures 1't'pt.28, Gts. 'r\1 NELM.NOTICE. :"" I
or the principal, will be strictly applied to the increase the quantity of the discharge, removethe I

FOR SALE. purposes, and within t the limitations prescribed. .1 t ofTu'.sivc smell: mid rase the pain.It .
The prncipal: of the institution! is a gentleman of liberal % cures the worst FELONS WHITLOWS on an an*
subscriber tillers for sale one eighth of land, A LL those im.iM.icii l .. v. /v. ARMISTEATra.
THE in :sec. :33, township 2, range 3, five miles education, and has acquired' considerable experience : & C(). by i bond or.:H''UllIlt"\".!ill I ja..e j roin'1 fi>rwanl plication of -4S hours.Rh1rMATbIs OCC'F.lCsystl'matic
: which have stood as to
and in his so long
reputation profession.' :
which frame
3f'l;;hc"lSlfrom Uiiin'-y, on arc a good and set lie them wl1h\1r.: JI'NIl: S JOURDAN,
be taken
The t.liHillui healthiness of the and thech'apne disorder requires medicine tl)
village: a ,
dwelling house, kitchen and &m<:ak house, with brick who !is in Tallahas'J' firthz'i"\ M-.
chimneys, and ::,uitblc: > out-houses. About 20 acresclu'.mljmo.silvlasJ s of boarding, are among the many: advantagesafforded ", inwardly to remove them entirely. But inmost cc m-.

} : ; : fill, and about 30 more capable ofcuhivatiem. by the location this institution, and the NOTICE. RACES over the JACKSON TURF, at mon cases Iy ,'pplyinthis Ointment externally as directed

:cvcril aood springs near the house, and Trustees have every reasonable assurance: that the A LL persons ar.' I.erc .v ,r nuilrii: : to pive ?..1rs.A. CY, Florida, will commence on Wednesday itwillirue relirf. And even in oIM" 1'f'le7whose

a .veil in tiie yard. From the expcrie-ncc of my family Character of the institution will merit a liberal patronage I .4-:. IP-: ;Y B. KEKII, any cre-iiit In my u--ounta.s : the 2Sih December, and continue four days; freefor'all pains have been of longer standing, it will ease

for the ast three years, I believe it to he as healthy a from the pnl lie. I aii dct'-nnmcd not to pay any debts! which sin- may horses: owne-d in Florida, and also for all horses' the pain.
The terms of Tuition in the ?Mathematics and Languages Club who reside of theTerritory. To sea captains and masters of vessels: this ointment
situation ns any in the countn For particulars applyto contract. "NV.M. KERU. owned by members: of the out :
L. A. Thompson, EMI.., Tallahassee!' or to meosi the are ii) dollars; per qnar'er. s T.tfin-pi: I nth, 1 1.u3: I 1. .-i-<:" be very valuable in wint<'r on our coast it hung
place. WILLIAM Q.UANTOCK. In the;English department, 2d class $G 2r:; perqr. I I'l' 1st. day, 2 mile hrat Purse:: $250 upwards. v( rv certain'in its! t-llVcts on Chilblains or parts afl 1teel ,

ft>lf-n county. Se-pt. 20, 1 M31._!:J-:1w: 3d do *j 00 per do. ) KI5WT.HE : 2d. day, mile: best 3 in 5. Purse $I 175 or upwardsfree with frost, it likewise preserves its qualities m all

Payable ot the end of the term, w lu n the subscriptionis fir all the winning horsy f.f the first day. climates.A; .
r I n" 'Hm'!! i.ftl.r: fi, llai1.mmig House, except
( par' rnnv: the value of tin*
EDUCATION.KESPhCTiLLLYail'rmsthi Ibra longer Jermthan one quarter.! 3d. 1 mile heats for the entrance of the large mass of testimony proving
', day, money
"Jl. -si'II.i MMiihcSth! of.r: riiib r. .
I 1'o;; : ; : \ '% will .shewn to thoi-e whowish
Application' for admission tu be made to the Treas the horses most excellent medicine be
t Q waUaLt !SJ urer. ;iul'i-f': : : at .:. !< 'fi't'! 1\1 I >e': "I 1-t, 1 ISU.: i 2tf first winning and second the first days.and second Free days.for:all, except : further information on applicatiem to Dr. HER-

': : : public, that she JOIINATH AN ROBINSON J.oIi\\V PAKTNERSiilP.V. 4th. day, 1 single mile, free for all hor3Fs not run on STONS, or. to any of his authorized agent::
; in Talbhasser: C. II. 1)11 PONT, \ cither of the three for the entrance of The above medicine i sold by SPCCIAI. APPONTMEXT
!\ 1e ). UIk ID IQJ Um previous ,
on IMC! first: Monday in November next. Her system WM.; NORWOOD, } Trustees.H. 't. L .; -. ..,. .1 .. d\'l..lsCI-lulne.siiiiiicpraiiicvof i) !I the 3d and 4th days. of the patentee and WARRANTED GESCI IE. .
of instruction comprises Itc3ttin Penmanship! EnItlh.i. V\ E. B. PERKINS, DRTGCIST.TALLUIASSEE.
.gTI: Ul.)1: in time: City of Tallahassee. 1 Entrance for the 1st. and 2d.days 15, to subscribersand 27tf
'Grammar } Histe Belle-sleitrps HENRY February24th 1831
Gcop'al'hy, >ryt GEE. ,
They will at n .1.1 10 business in most of the Courts : $30, to mionsiibscrihcr.Entrance ; *. .
Composition, French &. Embroidery. She promises! to I By order of the lionrd, in the Territory: 'i i l.ty rc'Sre'lfully( offer their services i 3d day, $10 to subscribers and &20 to non- A Certain cure lor the ITCH ;
attention the morals and literature
ay; to JAS. A. DUNLAP
# j' every necessary Sccr'y.
I to the I'uI'li'w ith the assurance that all business subscribers.
flf her and flatters herself that those win inveterate, in ONE HOCRTS APPIICA-
pupils : 19th 1831.;
May 33-llutf. (lit rllscd: to I tlu-ir care, shall be strictly attended! to. Entrance 4th day: $5 to subscribers and $10 to non- HOWEVER COLD, by
mabe intrusted to her- '\rcwil1 realise: the most san- NO DANCER FROM TAKING
: ('ii.'Mnunii-iiions! ; \ addressed towilireccive JySlIIiSI3 ( subscribers. This for
: 'iolls e>f their tarcnt&and guardans. DCMFRIE'S OINTMENT. preparation
jjuimexpect ] their The time of will be precisely at 11 o'clock, using
Ch'tivi-s for Ixiardcrs each furnishing her ow n Jtff.rsonComity.AVM. prompt pleasantness; safety, expedition, ease and certainty
bed, bedding: and lew els. $1 l 2.5Foray : B. !'TT \LL, Leon. 'i ::11'11"JI: cl:may be found at the South V e-st corner each day.Riders. stands unrivalled for the cure of this troublesome com

schollars such us steady Reading, PETER. GAUT1ER, Jackson. Washington! Square, npjiosite' the Land Office.Tallahas.sec must be dressed in Jocky style. The tract plaint. It is so rapid, as well as certain in its operation -
; .
( Ti >th.iT'rsrn''ES.{ : ; 'iadsden rflhlllt '. \ October, 1830. lOtf. will be in good order, and much sport maybe expected.duincp disorder most aflectly
: Peru";uisl.ip i tec: $oP 00 ) Oct. S, 1831.: 8-tl5D as to cure '"

':r O.uarcr; fur English Grammar, Gco ra- J. --i\1-HAMLEN Jas. 1). VVestcott J1'. & J. P. Booth in one hour's application only I
pLy] ...c .. . . . .. . . .... "'fSij 00 CLOAK LOST.A It docs not contain the least particle of mercury,/r
-'i'-nch and Embroidery .. .JlO 00 HAVE just received anu offer fur sale on the low- HAV E formed a Law )pirtncrship in Florida. The SCARLET CLOAK was lost, on the 7th instant, or other dangerous ingredient, and may be applied
of the former is Tallahassee, and of I ) 'females, or to childrenat \

()r i..r 17th 1831. !ffTAYLOa&KL : about miles from Tallahassee, on the Georgia with perfectfety. by pregnant
the latter at \V('Sf. Point, Appalaeliicola Bay. Business i- two box with an pie di-
250) Bills Superfine Flour. it will oblige the subscriber the breast. Price, 37J cents a ,
road. finding ,
I ; 100 Pieces Seoieh in entrusted to them in any of the courts of Floridaor Any person
llag .'. by leaving it atMr.Bonel's store, Tallahassee. rections.
-. v e. Just received from i1'I'iYQ.O\ 100 Barrels: Prime IIhPurk- theaeljoining Counties Georgia or Alabama, will BENJ. BOATWRIGHT.Oct. ii: DUMFRIE'S:: REMEDY FOR THE f
attended An- .
H 100 Boxes Soap: strictly_ to. .3t1, 1831.: 50tf.
a fresh supply ofGOODS : 10, 1831. 8.2wpNO'l'ICE. The begs liHc to recommend
PILES !- proprietor
1000 Lbs.! Loaf
and Lump Su -ar. A PLANTATION ALET fullest confidence) one ot tHe
(which he docs with the
5000 Lbs. Bacon
I s111Isrriherof1 :rs for sale his valuable! plantation ,: most valuable remidies known for this troublesome and ,
200 Sacks Liverpool Salt TIlE he 4
1 of 600 acres of first rate land I Without going; into ,
suitable to the Q1'ii'e..eAmong them will 300 Sacks Corn ng a considerable painful complaint.
be found, 200 Casks cut portion of which is under improvement. It I Ii Q 100 Pieces assorted Prints, 100 Barrels Rum nails i is situatcei I on the St. Augustine road, five miles from : the Hon. the County Court for tho County of Leon most undoubted testimonials that it has mOle e. ictcly .

10 Bales I and 4-4 Domcticks, 50 do Whiskey, Tallahassee!'! and fourteen from %1ugI Cllia. Gcntlo for Letters of administration on the estate of John answered the purpose for which it is intended,

50 Pieces Negro Cloth, 50 Sacks Havana Cofur, .... mrn desirous of settling in the country will find it to : B. White deceased. SILAS S. TAFT. than any other popular medicine. .

20 Ditto Blankets, 50 Kegs Dupont Gun Powder, their interest to examine the premises. Sept. 21st Ifi31. 5U: This remedy is perfectly innocent in its application,

10 Ditto Flannel assorted, 50 Bags Shot, Sept 2 1st 1 I3I 1 5if PETER HARRIS. to all conditions, ages, and :)lxe Full directions each,

50; Dozen Cotton and Madrass Handkcrcl erf.: 50 Kegs l.arll, NOTICE. i NOTICE.JHE description of the complaint &c. accompanXLng OI1ST.ME\T

20 Pieces Bear Duck, 50 Barrels: ;Mackerel: relatives of HENRY F. D. PETERS, are packet, which cOnsists of two boxes, whole or ;50
30 hereby nr'ivcn toIll persons interested that we i ELECTUARY. Price, :$1 for the
Bed Covers and
Splendid 20 Quarter IS
Malaga Wine 1 notified of his death and requested to come
apply for I letters of administration the articles is wanted.
of the
3 Boxes upon if but one
fc No. 10 Cotton Cards cents
21 PairMihl stones, estate oft illjamGilliland( dec'd. late of the forward and administer. on his estate, as in failure to doSl unless signed on,the outsideprinted
countyof genuine
100 ? are
Saddles and Bridles c3None:
10 Tons Castings, six weeks after date application will be made for .BIDDER
Gad den ,
& in the Territory of Florida. >, the sole proprietor,3
50 Pirces by
Cotton Bagging 42 Inch, 8 Tons Iron assorted wrapper,
JOHN P. NEALE letters of administration. Oct 6th 1831 6tf to the late Dr. 'V. T. C01S'V -
100 Irish Potatoes I muuediate
20 Ditto Onions, With, a great variety of I ARCHIBALD SMITH, Jr. GEORGE S. HAWKINS, A Y. For sale nt 1iSCUflhIflg room, over No also 99, ) .
IIlll BostvD, and by
30 Kegs Goshcn Butter September 21st 1831 Stf Court street, near Concert ,
DRY-GOODS .6. TTORNEY and counsellor at LAW. Marianna by [No"], :
I Piece Scotch Carpeting his special: appointment
very superior.' L NDFORSALE.ECTION .West-Florida.: January 6th 1831. 20tf h. B. PE.I\.Ir\S, D1\uGclsr, "
;gQeDaily tfMcRANBY
HARDWARE March 10th 1831.
: expecting per unj, MAREY from the same 13, North and West-four FOR NEW ORLEANS. TXT.L4HA33EE.McCARTV, i PETITION_TO FORE

place ; miles from Tallahassee, is offered for WORT-
50 BARRELS first QUALITY GENESEE &C. sale, and it would be dcvidcd into two parts substantial and fast sailin!? Schr. TS. > CLOSE A ( .

FLOUR, made of new wheat. Magnolia: Aug. 31, 1S >1. 2tf.LEOLC7tTDEIIiY: the West half has 90 acres of cleared land THE jyjQ2lQtSri8'S[ .DiT i} AUGUSTUS STEELE. ) GJ.r.E.THE here
50 Barrels Best No. MACKERAL, Defendant and all others interested, are
a c.ijiiHji-utulc dwelling with three frame kitchen PETER fL SH'JMM, Matter, above cause
20 Qr. Cak MADEIRA, and SICILY MADEIRA rooms-a notified that the petition in the
WINES, of best Q.U ALITY. with two rooms 17 feet square, with com house, cot- Will run as a regular Packet between has been this day filed in the Office of the Clerk of tM

The whole of which will be sold cheap for Cash, or THE public !is respectfully informed that the Leon ton house, tables, etc. etc. the t'nstllalf has 30 acres Magnolia and New Orleans, during the present sea Superior Court of the Middle District of Florida, m.
\ IS re-op"enod under the snT>erinden- cleared land on both there fine and be secured on application
for parts, arc son. Freights or Passages may Leon.
in exchange HIDES. and for the
Ft. Mark Oct. 11th 1831 or n93L3IANNAOTEL.* dauce of Mr. TOZgU dlQ JBHUlCSOila The never failing springs of water-a bargain will be given to Geo. A. Phelps, & Co. at New-Orleans, or county JOHN: K. CAMPBELL. So1icitor.P
rates 0( Tuition wurremain unaltered. in the above land if application be made at an early period Wm. G. Burgess, :Magnolia. Dec. 21, 1830. 18lf. 1830. irir'"

By order of Board of Trustees, either to JAMES M'MULLIN, Tallahassee, or Nov.23, ,
L. A. THOMPSON:: Stcritary. to R. J. HACKLEY, on the premises. BALE ROPE.JUST FOR SALE. :

: Public Entertainment at .Marianna,. bye AuustI7thl831 52tf July 28th 1831 89tf and for sale flG.U. & Complete set of BLACKSMITH 1'91" ',>

ll Q1J1l 1 Q RDflf) JOB WORK EXECUTED ,AT THIS ULAN SUIUMONS,4'c.-Jor sale at this received superior on Consignment Bale Rope-apply to ... be sold low for cash apply at the baP' '

February 17, 1831 26tf. 6FFICE. J Office, Aug. 17,very 42tft JAMES McMULUN.T Hotel in Magnolia. Octob.r5th,_>W I.I


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