The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
January 17, 1832
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 ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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.JJIOr1l11lg at jne:1 litter\: in of one
Tuesday .dozcn fa' :
,ll.h edevery Pewder,tt&.e4aeas Coffee, LOaf' :
Sugar Tobe.c .
Five jn i months THE a", tkrinda ,
: \
n:1 nee, tone.- Ba
do1l3rs 111 FLOIUA ggi"tC, Bnle

on? F\pcr Lcf 11 ore be arrf'n.rl'eS dis"ontil1ucd> arc wchess ptii. at the nIi tt ion ofa H Rope Driiri edicanes fW1ne, w Pepper etc etc, AlsplCf, Copperas,

.'fJto nspicuou-Iy inscrcd l at Ttc itJiagTasrariety of other goods which wilt 6 ,
sold low, who1 Sale or retail for ,
'Jd dfrrl1Scmcnt'uarc for thc first 1"I'llOnnd cub, 'cotton or otbc
:. .> : .c ountry } ota He (
All ndis earnestly
ty continu.\tH'A' requests all tI"M'
rash bsr.q\tel1t "I pc
for FAIRE. indebtcl .
AiSsE7 NOi1S tohtmby note
;ten lessotliertIl account, or otherwise
forbid '
u :
nue ,to QU f
con ,
1. a and the ,
'nlcnt par same, as soon as
.LJ conl'enient.
.: :)f ,j" tie also)
'; tl .t.'tQ d has! on hand lOr sale, a. of
(1f(1'rcdc conununicatins to thc W ? quantity BLOUNTS Lest
Icttcrsand .Zr kt \Ja
(ID tt.r uUa ) iQ 1 arrant.nthrtttntl_ Gin, assortt.d
3. fhtro&I 1._ will not rCCC1\'C aUlnI11USt .. S12'esJ:
L/\ paid, or they I I "r.:0. -.'-p'! 'Q .
IS ilor. LA: U, i' LUUVL';, .,'ULh., &v. : J .ar
:na 00-1-0 Il SALE.-} \V. Dou1iY : .tp
. subscriber I -ainstloss or damage by FInEran 't J1u'h3lYoFROM
jN ACADEMY THE his will l'lt thc the 13d & 24th of Ja be effected on the most favorable tenths, on appli- .
} plantation in Decatur County 25 cationrancc to the Subscriber of thc Protection
agent Insu- just received his fall
Watts r\UcJ\'c 1. alhlmssce HAS supply Goods
the Lt un the per
icisrci'jKCtfully I/n Laiubridgc sd < Hartford 111
FIE1'ub' to sale the r< expu'c company, Connecticut. every apflication Florida, and Schooner William A.
Plantation Tyson
.11 is re-nhcened, undrr he f'mlCr1l11IcllAt'tdemy 150 each Composing three squares of the fair Cas1. value of the property must be from Baltimore, which in addition to his former ,

\fr. "QI.L a.AoL3o, The the burro 3crcs tract, compactly is cleared Jclued. About one half of stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished the 'or- makes his stock very solo fete.DRYOOD. supply ....
'1U\ ?Tuition will remain unai.crcd..cs on "hich the buildings arc rcctnc; of the rcprescntetinn, and the goat moral
11Q.. ,; of TJ v order of P.a rd of Trust ccs, ample for forty or fifty saves, and a small white fcmily :haractcrof\pplicant. The ol\'f'ncr{ of the Office, S.

'L. A. THOMPSON, Secretary.January I ; a lso, a good cotton gin and sorely ])acker. Thc and its fairnessand ptmctulitr hc confidently re-
5.lf fortui"uSt1 ty of thc suit, pure free-stone licdon, :
I..1.1831 spring, and )J. D. PERhI1S.lahassee CONSISTING OF
10 A this raTal
ter on tract !
comhilc! with :.llubritr. Fcb.22, 1531. 7tf .
Notice. der his muc.nna 13iack Cloths tassimeres -
pll1ItaU a nl0st (h'-olrable residence. Cnssinetts, Rose TH& 8J.LTIMoar. \
ha\'ing elaims aguJ1t the Estnte t At the same tints JO or 40 shares QUINCY.A.VAVEl\lY. coo point llIanketsfe, ,grcCl1, and white FlannelsgreeD C.UETTL.1tf
rono which pJw Janet
1L1' among arc npckin ? tlperG1lce est dt perdTt
: H. FLOYD (ke'll, 3rt' f11"'rchy 110tlll(1 \'ltluabJe mechatlics, cJoks, 1i sayers uut Institution will be! for the rC'cepticn rf ;'s floor cloth Baize Padding liaise, Irish Lin'r t'erpair.M' .
open !
1It : D.\ same arc prtuak' ,,entl'rl th!ul.r mtbt'nh.1I3t panty will be sold either} for cash or credit of twelve THIS: } ils on the first Monday of July next, under lsLol1g DohlJiuettg La"l1sLaceand Cambric lDsertionsand edhit AId reams of joy are swiftly fleeting- .'
: (
months Cambric Jntxonetts Brown that
to suit Holland erst those visions
'SSthe Exccator within two yetr-, tu'y} urch.Lscrs. Also, apart If the crop 1 the supermtendcnce of l\Ir H. h, l'Clllltock. :Linen, 3:1d: Lin_n Cambric gave,
1 t of Handkerchiefs
st tt to : this year. wIth fodder A large and C'ommJdi01I cdifire is now London No ,more her Syrcn song repeating
t1 lre\'cr barred. And tcrsotts iueltl'! utensils hay, plantation nearly 'om- ;Ulc Amcricl11 Prints, Ginghams Ladies ;
.J'} make late carpellters' and )JIaclisnulhs tools, "cll hoke }plctcd in the pleasant and hcnLl."ib!: ) of Quincy; ,Crape and Fancy Silk, Lcn'cs me a. wreck on Fancy's"a e.
Imme Popplin
., laMate pay.11t' mule, std hors .5, stock of cattle where and in thc ,1lich ocd Handkerchicfsman,
work vicinity of Truth's
! 110at'e indul 1 ire gl\t'll.. oxen, hogs boarding 1 n.natnandnrine Dresses, plain and see seraph form directing \
ent as t n & fur wjch I t months credit will he can be obtained in respectable f.uui1ics. figured Swiss mus-
, 13h.BEI'SFY'N. CII.\lItES Erie given on all lin.: Book muslin"l, superior Damask table ere pea-c.and safety be
cloths known
cr. sums over
$10 to he secured iy bond with good Intad this Seminary, youn 1I1r'11 veilt bo prepared for may ,
; I
Gloves Belt
FLOr D Ec'irix. : tobcar Interest Ribbons, etc. etc.'Vilh But :h! her voice, even now
" from date if not pll11cually paid. :: ttsslotl loco) any college in the Unite Slates, or for sacral neglecting ;
, J nuarSJ 1"I;''. OOtf: Also, on the 27th of January, lie will offer on the 1 the study IIf any of the liberal prof s il'ns. Brown aril a Bleached;; assortments of Domestic Goo, I Urn to phantoms which have flown!tAbs
.0J. premises his Lake Jackson Th f-'tril'tc"t attd1tioll will he tllthe shirting and shootings, Bcd ticks
plantation morals! and
of paid
.'\ () 1') L'A'. Consisting a. I etC' CIC. ; iu Reason spite
11 I hout GOO; acre; of 11 hicIa about 70 tlr 50 is open land ]inannunuec of the pupil,,OlnJ to prcHnt extravagant rod though sitting ,..;

THE undrn.ilH"1. :111milli!l'ttrif, tilt' F1 :- oi tirst mte qnalit-The pbntntion, tools, crop, of 1 ,try exPenditurcs funds 1trtlstea te the trea- RE4DY MADE Ae.tin ou her recovered throne,

: - CArllt stuck, ';. lslw a fir JU likely f'g1'oes. surer, Or the principal, will! be strictly aiphcd l to the Ncrrde shc cccs around her flitting

:0J. .ca.t .d )flerch\ _l'nnn11Ct'.1 that I Io-IH'' :tiff pr(': 'n t f The terns of stile for the land, w1l1 be one fifth purposes, nnc.J idlill tlc limitttliuws pre crih'd. OLOTBING. Tl mcrmry or the hope thlt', gont.
I .
arcdnutt.,.nJ ,'.cW'U'fS! ;-dtll.tJ11'11 h; lori' I ca s ;, th" balance in two equal annual illstallHcll; to 1'111' principal clf the] institution is a r'-trlcnlan of]li-thcralcducatiIn Abs! her treaclcry, how :.
J.e t 1C'r j! bear, interest 1'1'.111 date if nut mlli 113.cq;l J coniid'ra A large and gtncral s.rmlcnt, of Ready mad alluring
J.C C racy Clnlrt t. ct' h.\.1\ )11 tlu 1 tltirdl 1 1 ''atlav t I'lUl'tuni1y pud f [ exJ't'I'iencc Hcr beauty !
( call
:: fLIZ.lnTHD.lIt Tilc 1 sal ,cl'ill'r is empowered tn sell a woo.1l3n' and l't'putuion in his Profl'inn.The him, n.m: U1) Pnllt loons, and Rounr\botlts, : of a lie ,

'. 01-'larch"Jlext.3J 1 .",. "Otl: I' : If 2o acres, aJjnillin; hi5 Decatur tru'I.-It distin uiIH hcallhiJ'l's'i ,1' the vi1:;( and the tassulettsatd Beu'crtera or L rerlasutg ditto dittos How like n. dove, the heart securing

" :_-_ I l'i .l first rate talc u act of h'l1l1Hock, oak mal hickory I l'lleal.nss f.f \oanliu; ;, are alnlh ills many 3dnmt.lrI'S : dole a cos;, ttr. etc. Hopc' scorpions, there, each power defy .r

(' 1.lI1d. tl'rdfll: bv the location of t1i? intituj; (:11, and t1.o As when
,1" i[ 1'101l'JAES :i A (bi.i+i ilri111crescrccdfrthelunlandslaves I 'which 1'rll..I's lan: every rras.nablr aC.1tflICI) that the BARD1VRE. In on summer CM nsccJrling ;

"'I 11l.1tJ I .US .ti1 if Hut s'IJ, lull Lc fur rrlll and hire. lhanlcl er of I he inst lItioH, will merit a liberal palrona KIII'.t" a'ul 1' cdying spires the haters rise,
JOllnICKISO from the trhr,1'clctad Pen h11l\"cs, Razor: !, And with the clouds their columns !
e bCt.din1P .
e .1 r C 1'1 u.\: f; N.THE of Vir inb. :
1 Bl1b-rrtt"r v.ill ei i"'lll'i.IHf'IHhl1'I'; at any Janu-.rr 3x1183:;. 201li, Th terms of Tuition in thc :\bthem:1.ti and Lan- prctaclesCulyCntL: HingE'', .Iirrul's, etc. (1(: Seem beauteous link 't\veen earth tnd &kic" .

, ", whw ,ALES. are required to he 1l1lIle.nt: I'. ti. '1 tiC adrertiscd a acre Lace been 1u\r s ;1I'e 10 d, :lars per rn;rcr.IuLcL'n nOO'rS&SIIOE8. Each bark their strong attraction fcclin ,

1 I\ltf,.Il'CTIO.1, Apply} } at: his OJioj East Sidthril sold. lio.h dq'll.tlJllllt, 2d l r!;s.: 5-6 4iFtrOr.3d Is cmsIH\l within their whirling sphere

lic.urcs .C.IJI.trl', Drat I thr Store C:HS. Ivrrr19tf. I\l.\Jt;11 Al.'s SALE. dQ 'j O0 per t.lo.F'Ic Cases Boots Tl'l Hop the heart's ;
I devotion
ee Pa ; } at the end of tlc \ stealing
P./. ?Gilt 1 31. Virtue : term, when thc :ur: ripion I
a By of thrce1'11.} of 'T el1diI J" udtmin's sinetiurhrr! Departs llld I rain
: IS tiara l IOil'r It rm than one nrartc I t caves a there. J. L. D_
f 1 trnlc:
: mCJI'S Baltlmc.rc
( spoons, issued from the dCl'ks utLcc of :1jJlicatiuu fur .iua to Lt naac BOUTS,
( I ml. OUS lmyillg" 'I the :: made to the Trcw.ur : s- t
Ladies The ,
Jwhans, etc. Jritis' .Vr otiatim.-Iu the
lJICT1rCourt! of of
LrouCuUlILY I r. course
.ti of Robert j lIal1CXlIc tlJ salt sorr>z incidental -
.tIe i ): Holtadw: on the 30th del+ate in the Senate on \11' Holmcs'
January next .
rernurcd to them mnbcnil111. onthecapitol ( oars i
arc' }present. duly tion
h tit the city If 'J albha.ce the C. II. DC' pro;sinh a call upon the Executive for
L to hil.rst 0\1' certain
r 'etl "I tj'!,11111'f' tints J1rC"'f'flu'u )by I lat., or they 1ri.11 1 1 vase the fnllult ; bidder for jjjjhATS furlhc information rnnecmin the
described 11'11 ; West India
ing tracts flf b\1ll l. NR11'OOD' Trade
IeI l tl..rc.t: Tllj.C md.btt.d tl1 he estate art to felt :- Trtser / \ir. 'Vf.l"tefm
t 10 I'jt'00 to rat;k 1 immcdlatl' .It. Lot No. -1, criuu HI, contilinin;; 79h acres, awi lot JI. "'O 1'E-, the hearin ftf which remarks to the fClllojng cflect,
parmI J induces
r :o. 5, coma.nin 79l acres, 1IENItY GEE.ny us to state it, though 11.t"
I t TOM PJ-ThR CIL\.IIlS.! Adr. : srcuat IJ: T( 2, R I, i'
ok \VV half liJ IIGE A.i rest of the be bate docs not Jtal.
X E Ql'., of section 30 cnntainin' ordcrof the Board, apjl'aro.- ln/
camber hQ
)0r T ,rah; ;!:'f'- ._ 27th If.3t. 1Juw G-IOO(! acres, And !lut 1\0. .5 of section 24, nll\ilJin, : J.\;: A. DU\LAP, f'rr'\'o. General a"ftrfwI Hf of HAT, From the close of the late war down to .\

r r -'l'OREAGE.Ix +tjj; a' res. and l"t \0. 6, containing iOI'rl's; T 2, It l\1a) Ht ii, 1.: 1. :) H l" it: LlOW, BLACK, E. "anTE.OOL .. very recent period: it has been the ohjcct oft

1 2, N ic \\'. Levied upon as the procity]. of John ".. [{.II'FP EX CIS.THUS. W 1:0.: Seal stm; Cap; Ltather do. Grey Clot! the cverJl administrations to secure a

tlJditioll; to his old Le\inuv, iufavr.r! of JamesV.. Dal.ney.Tim.: } do. reciprocity
\\ ul'e-how"e 'hy .
J''f'.r not olll.r to the but
.sPCarty and Robert Duller. Sale within Ilp"L, Cultntr.1. navigation, to the
Uh r17Jrr 1i.ia recr tly Cfl'rtrfl a j'lriOU.i J': I build-1 prescribed by law. the hours} : n. cCT.11-L, L4 (:il. C 1Fi ROCEItIES.B. commerce, the frolic in commodities, of this

\0]by (I I feet 1, forrecei\'iu, Clllton and ;;nds. PETER 1C. nCTIEn.. Jackson. .
HUGHES, d. m. for : C., country England. Since the .
(lrtnlir'Fitr'S, 'J'I'r'c' ;nlr H/'Ihno Uin recent
T. E. tad.lrn I r inn:! l.a'ta'y, Janialra s:; iu s.
t ;I. Mark!, Dfremtlrr 2it11 1 131. lJtf December 27th RANDELPH, Marslial. ()lJl .11 \1 rdein rue! Pur:11 1If', in cask anI }k.ttle: ; C'lat':- purpose been aban-
'. MAKSHAL\S SALE. 1S31. lJidsl { 11.,1,1 L1f. piJ1, oil'hisc.y:! superIOr apple \'in ;;., doped ; and an arras:ement has been completed -

SI.' Virtue .1\Alf iL\L:a SA LJ "r, YiAO :' AND KLii IS I Gnnpowdrr, Impcriai; l il Yu: ;h Hyson Tea Loud at, in conformity with instructions
Y of tlst
three writs of given by
B cntliillU l- B'Y ti-il'ttte of three writs of ,clldiIII .EG I( ilh'itc the Lmnp e_\r : Java :ud IIav3nCliffc.c.. Raisin 1 ; the here
attention of' government to the
( minister
:: t'rtd
CI'c, at the
; ;
dfrom 'rs. n.
1 Expf\II' the '
: ( Clerks ofil'e of t. ni !! ( rt; Tok.cco! c;:.m.l1 dt .,
J sapirii +'uu <;f Leon Coati' ; ; I sl.aii l+ ,'\pose to t alc.thr3thbJd ( pt/1I3S issued fn.m tile cll'l ksJ1 ce fof the their cxiitrs; and the public in ;f'r.crll, ) Si-a: vith a 1..1'g( and btl1eral 3'5ormtnt af Orr o- Court of James ; given, Sir, in terms and in -

c } January next, on theCali.ol s9(u-( 'uI'I'luri'l;ur ClIlU.t ftJr Lcon County, \Iiclde! Uistri, t of 1 thur prr'rut stock nf O'tI they tIC m it stlJ,. rfluu; t If, 1' .. .. a temper, which nmy properly becollle the

r 'rel:1the'l! ;v of Tall.ihaW-u the li: ,liei--t l.iddir : to' mc directed ; I shall on JnoucJay the 30th cnuut" r.lic 'l.ryarticle, with whidl! there shelve;. acrolydcd 1' of
10)000 Lbfa subject
dayul f .hnuarYllext, before the door of the mill thcrdiJrc Middling & public xamination and comment
. ill cash, thr! following? ; dcscri!"\l I tracts of land, In ilc Capitol merely, remark, that they, 1.\\1'
. Ua::-tht \ !'!!i half of section Ito i, West half; of the in : City uj' Tallahassee, proves(! to Sill for cash h 10 n'Hon, J l.uxl I a sltjtcrinr assert:tmcnt of _f.rld,, lllic.II -1 I .t"r here ; I say, Sir, of PtBLlC examination and

, >. U" Qr., and
le :. T. 1, It:, .N & E, cnnti-inins4=0 acres mOl or I\ortln\e.t t, :u:s.-uthwct. JuJrterslf section IJ: R i'I'\'tJ cr'llil.! '1 hUC:1 .llrtmcnt consist e-f t.c! rjlowiH ;i- ." .

d 1.t;*-Lcli'd'nasP.iepr'periy i of Charles} C. Mills in J 1T.INurt & c&r. About !;0 .\crr>s of this 1 land ar{' : ,It.c.Cil';ions, 13' 20 Darrcb 1 HERRING & 1\lr. Adams presented 15
cultitatiuU petitions each of
.:\ rof n.iliiDuval] Iou:lv.s Vas, and George2.u.jiui mhcrimprorenlc: ts cnlsist of, a coin i)ry-Goods of all ]IilldsIL'trri11tlr & "
; fOl'.a'.lc 30 Bnl'l'd hirh the
I was to t
'y. Sale within th** !hTurs : dwelling and all other building's tcceC, MACREBEL IIowing tenor :
prescribed by fa
. :any fl.r the cflDwni"nec of n f.I1ily and sacral CutlL\ry. Looking' Gla e8 HATS 1 the Senate and
J. HUGHES, .. in. ford ; nenr I 30 Barrels 'To JIOliSC of Lepresentatir.'es of .11:
T. E. IL\\UOLPB. haI. failing prjn'S nf ('t"dJrIll water. Le.i.rl nit as S hop S, Si.tddlp:; etc. .1Thl{ WHISKEY. 'mcnca in Con.rrn.rt. .1ssembfed :
tllclrropdtY/'t' It"ltl'rl J. { 1 Inf't\t -
" fr.t11 t31.Execmoi's\ 1If: : r''uti j .It', inf.l\', l' of 1.. k 11. A. nui..tead atislytroro ; an: x.a -S'I t ; I ID'LOrl The petition of the m.derigncd inhabitants

otia. 'liial .ztraixuiniarur of A. Ferguson. Sale v.iihin I .a Pennsylvania, f'rptctfiaJiy
:, the hours. GI! ) i '6'\r.: : : 1"1 C1Jh.i represent
legal C.ERIES 11j E "iJ
C That believe
ALL wc
having claims slavery and thc slave trade
Jr persons again St T. E. 't: Q i U II P.. ,
**-thecsatr.f Al.r.mi! J. Cabtll, lair of .1111( "on December 27th 1S31. RANDOLPH, l\Inr
JCoun.T: arc required to present tu':in duly autL'n 11- 19ids till1es-and Ilil cXrt me I low pr:. c' ( f cu t. a 1", Le.t. ALSO. moral Cne.. therefore, ask your body to
1 i lan the .\lt. JL\L'S larks. D: "imLl'r I l1h! I.:)1. l'if
'XC: r tsar .ALE.-L
.stnlM'd I. jaw virtue of "rit take the
pr will! a
) (.r they } of \\L: ":cr 1'1n'j, rratl.t.ii.Be'tl subject into serious consideration
|I. f) \ h.rrl do.11 Jcrs u'.- nd..btC'(1 to aid .- 1'1. Ficri Facias 10 me directed ; I shall to salt.f. J.j;. \re.t'otf Jr. & 1. !) 1 Bln o, "nrtni.cS11
tatcItrcliucstt..U lit
J I > I't.t'h tf. the hlzhtst expoe r.1! c I.I ::i'l}: r' I.....c, ("'r'"['1 1 and JlaalBl'ilZ/I lla; ttt10 ii md pass srt late or laws as will entirely abolish -
to make inn.r-di.-te! bidder, ?[tart die! door of
,4 GAMULF I ji.vnK.ia.JOIirCG. I': t'oHrt.ho': l', in tIle to\'n f.f llouticclLy; on the McndIlIfllIdJY the IiA residucc VE tJrW'; c.f.! a their Law t rer I"rTlI-in'.'J,lil''5'l'!ill: Florda.: 'lb'l, I. ,\ ith r11.rtnlcnt! : of C rockcl -i(i sIann': and the slave trade in the .Di&irict -
t4 '
11 Dcccn: !+cr 7th! 1531. I tf:wNOTI ill FdJ1"UJ.ry next, all the l'i;ht title claim and the latter at i1 c' : Pnin!, ApP i"'hj'ola! RI\; ,, u JUS: !..f W3rc, tol.-1 ;rc, Uridc, and 5adlEc! !, ct NI'. ofColllubiaoyerbich; Congress ex- '

3 CE.-.AIl interest of Light 'J'. Townsc..d, to a trart'' eJf lalh' ,d ucss 'llf J'1btld to tlicat in any of tLc ours of; Florida; .All t1)> abo\:(' '{JudS Will be foId 10'\\ elusive jurisdiction .
hUY Ivin; on tlc, E. i ff li lN. E
l pCr Ol\S Ir SCftlnn IS T.lilshiJt2
t 5 x. 11- nrt1lCUlJO1111it; C/.lUlt C: of tiC'l' ilOT rll I ,;u'ul, "ill! filr; ":' I: : ..i1d! ads: ret:':c m=.dc to those who buy t0ii. Mr Adam3 observed that the petitIOns which
nanc E. .
against the (: s I."icel ; .
( talc of .1(>1111 B. .hitc d'c\l : on tf satisfy al1 ex.Hutiou be
stricllrattendcli sf'll l
tI !lC of St. 11U'ks, Leon eo1t1 t yIre rluircd to prt- whirl, Lucy Tel21JC and .1 In. llIa"kburn 1'cOH.r'll (.- t/o A\I .1J, 1231. Surf ..I .t.. L/.S. he imu presented to the House did not come

':nt! them withm the tin.e t're ri:>IIci by laic'. rr they l in Jtafx rson County, Supcriur Court, prop
ei11>forner h..rrr'lt-TI> <'!" i indrhtecl tn tilt aid e' J 1'IIilll.d .nut Ly the Pauil: : :ale within the huu liEN-J. B-YR.K whose COft1l1H1OIt} he had the honor to
:: make imui PH
rcqucstcd to +'(1iate: l'aymr'nt.8IL rsP ;cuunnrrJl1L(1hnidtinorealdforsale; hut from
,\ss. TAFT, :, din. ALFRED A. FISHER, d, m. for lCOO hushets of COI ), i. a rl"l'cint.lIIY! 13'1 ::1rrl'alsfrflmcw ark and residing in the State or

' S'. 'larkr, "'rnti>rr .:j'lJ I 11. 15"v. THOS. E. RANDOLPH; nlaal 10) Bbl.. S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, I. 1ew Uri( ;l n :, Ll ; t'n rah n 'srrmcnt of Dry- Pcnns'lmnia. These petition.i had heen'

4 \"%i E 1 arc I'l'qUe.Ic..j tll annaul"Cr.. JA\ i-.S n"l'rnl'f'r 27i:! 131. I IDuls+ 15 du \L\CJ, ErnL, !j'n :, Fardw:1-c, (Chytl'- JLlrf\: :f'nChin:1, Clay$ trmtllitted to him many month ago, with n.rr

HALL, as n cau+tihxtu for herilT' 'If J'fli'r flu i .::. :11'ti -\Lr.-Hy VirtUe uf a writ uf 40 do IIIHHI.\'Uo: : : :. ( n"'llc1I:1.t,) war, Gr/lc'ri, s, l t":1. \alb, ( :-tin: 5, etr. erf' ;west that lie would present them. AI-
aanty, \1 the n(..t l'1'1"'inl1 1'Hd' 1 Y. "t-l1llitioni Expollns tools directed I shall 50 S.\CJ\S SLT: :
1F1 1 1'f ; CAl'o1"C DRY..GOODS. tough the} .did not come from his immediate
ITS' l III Iublal" ale for cash, to he hi"hest 1000 LhILCOfLIS
UF Lf,1 1 bidder, beIllre ('i.1pertn!,)
F.l1tEJL11N1N. r
Oti, ; 1'I'HE the : :ore tillfr formerl} occupied by Chester Sully l Any pcrouj..hin.i .' tll p'I1"'ha$ the! corn, can hay Fine :IHll'xr3. Ip..rf.uc, Blue, and !lack Cloth, I unstituent:, he could not refuse a imJllingl -

PUT, whirh c 3t if flaw taken a"lien tl+.' filit t J.uu.rv: : I in the tu'a n 11a.nolia; on the third moods} 131of Ja' cr edit ulltil the fir t (JfJ u1l1a;; by ;i,'inalOlld111thse- wd urrrf.nt', Satnt; t", scans altincf, kersc' s I [ degree of confident e in him for which
nfL .. 7
1I rl,ncxr will he out IJ\ the )1. : (1aj' I unary Ut"xt. all t IC right title, claim, and interest: of ,ur1tTLIUl'H r -C.AIl1'Y.. )Fvoti::C SS. anti t'UtaliIeS( ti r iCQrO: ClothingPr.ilT, he was bound to be grateful. From a letter
! cad lcti'.rc scnrio Gem'l"ll' Pu4't a.-tee. as ehet'l' :5ullII) a parcel of;nodcum.istin lie rd- au'ttst J 7h, 1831 5'rfNE"T Lc.nd'I1. Dlfie, and Ruse, Fbnnd:, BI..k by which the PNitions were

ATrns o.\lfrNI wnrCr krryDr-G( ,groc'ries ele. levied on to Lastia's, plain k :ti iu'l'tl Llll, and black 'i v1nJtti. accompanied ht?
T.It Read Cal 'in !-athfy C\1t ; which S'I ()I llar ." ,t' Prill. 1 : inferred they were from persons belonging tl.
%hlamt; 1 x< ( n Jacob Levy, recfcercd ill .E f' ;+ :'rcut: ( acct calicoes, PLip, ;itch

(ltcste c .,) r Sarlnr.rn: 1Ifr.ry Len Count y, Superior Court. Sale within the hoJresctilxd ti n '.AI..I.J.AJ } filrcd. Ja 'rnt''ts, llnll. Swiss, \In .lil1!, 4-4 tout t-.i the soci2ty of friends-a class If lIlen for
Erccttum! ('I. T JfI
1f' O'Stc'cn: Janl:.. Tait Silas L. A. A. FISHER, d. m. fir THE Sub.criJ.f'r h;, takt'll !lb.! 11/.use lit+ xt ror tc, rt Llrt_ I rwnlrish, Table, and P.nscia, Diapers, amongst whom, in his firm
I there
, ed Taylor: Kjihran.Viv'ion T. E. R AN DOLPH, marsh ,!. h 1L APtMISTEAP. IS' co. aid i io o xninalarjc ,. !cull n Lil1cn. 'l'itlJinlnncar Duc1, ()SI10I opinion, was
;\l\nallt! .Ir John Mary 1 trod H. Dc"rmhl'r 2it.h 1831. I ltrl: and hcncI as'.,rtincrtnf I InBolhin'st Lm.1 I Idt inhs, black and colored as much of human virtue, and as little of in-

:\tLf'IMrcJrs., } Eli 1.1'\.inn n. F. (x r RUGIJRI ESLIQUORS I Orc'
1 hI Due: D.1! i'l :" "'arY.lIl:lU;;h 1Ci11it;l NO'l'ICE. inshaw Sar..tict', and L"-mtiIH' ciHs, blue, 1lbite, lace of the globc. The petition ;ills A. oh-

1 .1')1ln; lrictt'l, 2 & Il'iuk j anti green, Fhrcaccs, a ;grC'1t'ide' tof ribbOJ
John l. erved asked
s t0
'\'hitil1; L. Al I pel sons having auy demands a- DltY-GJDS. Canton, It; liw: and Frcurh Crapes, Imitations, and ) thing ; one a con5id'ration -

(21( Lsttcrs.l] :ainst the estate of Dr. EdwalJ Aiken, late of Linen Cambric handkerchiefs: Crape, Poplin, llnndu'inc of the state of the slave trade in the lJi=-

Ma.nniia. E. SEIXAS, P.,,,1. 'J 1 allaliassce dec'd. are requested to present them duly a mong which rte the foloil1: articles, silk, and Thilet dress Shaw, silk, flag, and trict of Columbia ; the other for the abolitiHI

. Jantart' 3d J f32._203w authenticated within the time prescribed )by }law, or Double rc1int.c\'Loaf. Ba\"annn. superiorChitc. Landaax, mlil"'f'hir'f", fancy cravats, clssimerc, of the slavcry. It there were thin in

"tE the Official 3Iombws! of the ih :y will;e forever barred-and all persons indebted t Very clean\ Odfan ditto rO\\'n-Suar. and silk h:1.\\ l Is, Patent Thread: spool cotton, and cot the any /
tuslidcsWtc 'd. Cofice, Hamna Glcen iir5t present state of the traffic in slaves, ,.hie II
MethcMlist i avers q to make payment without delay qualitr. ton halls, Tal'fS, Pin, l\crdlc &c.

e cwt,t(Oh'l' in future F.ji to!abstain cojal Church fion. the of, A1.'liuCir. JANE AIKEN, Adrn'lrix. (4 s- YOW1 Hyson Imperial and Pouchon. 3-anJ .t1 bleached anfl brown 'hirtin :1nd sheet might !(:come a proper subject of lerilatne:.

. Liquors,accnrdin} ; to our Dist-ipline i use: and.f 5jiri's that- Drrcmlicr27ihl831. 198wADMINISTRATORS' JY9; FRESII TEAS. ins, stripend) plaid Domestics, hcd ticks etc. etc. he would move that portion of the petitiuns

're. "ill not su]>p/.rtany"Candidate for noise who is fir ItF4NflYBOMJ Ir : HATS &C. should be referred to the committee nppoinlel the habit ",flrcatill_, either! directly} or in'JiZtct1y. t'L. (Ajax Cargo.) on the laff8irs> of the District of Gohnwia, :

in order to gain his ('. '"11ca. ,__ J.lour Baron, Mess Pork, in halfhnrrcls Meus'an Borr.\-ojl, I'\ ',arid Beaver hats, situ with respect to thc other the abolition
*l\fr! Jlt 'rf;That this receive llackcrcl 1102. in whole and do, rcns' red Moruccolats and Lcather part, i1.
f* resolution; he publishedn' ) HAS just and offers for sale quarter l Cnps. the
; nntul! la the Flnridian and the Georgia l\fesdo. very fiue, ill qualltr do SIIOESSllDDLES petitioners probably expected ]b:
Chris- fart saw gins made Mr. John
! JO altrxrtett.; ? o\. 5th, .11. '20.1 m. III' Louisville Georgia.} bj' ley, Fresh Leaf Lard, Gn"licnButter, Go.hcnchccs c. should rive it his SUport. He felt it hi duty

J.\n VANS, D.IELt'IO: LD, Fresh Charleston Rice, Codfish, scotch herring &..C.lIens' to declare, that he should not give it hi3 sit+,,-
JA11F.911'1'T iron
y (). JOSEPH DY ALL Wrought Ploughs, Sperm Candles, inter strained sperm Oil, Whatever
be Iii.
JUG port. might of ld-
Ir r.PH BRA atiD, LEVI PEARfR. Cast iron do Sweet Oil, Ncw York dried Beef and Boys coarse Brogans, and shoesla1ens'an.l opinion
: boys tine brog-an shoes Ladies Leather Loots and in the abstract in the District
.d rn. }iEF;, JOHN 11. K()BERTS Liverpool fine blown Salt for table use.Rielunond : very of Cn-
u p ;\ BRYANT, Z. Rl.nEIl1''E. ,, Fl'sh Orleans Flour, first ,.u\1iry chewing Tobacco, shoes, Ladies Sc l-skin,Morocco, and PnmcUa shccchildrens' I, lumbiahe hoped it would n 1t become a d.jcd

Ltnt__ Canvassed hams, Spanish and half Spanish Sears.Freh Leather, and Morocco shoes : an a'Sortment of discussion in that House.
tit Ne11 Charleston rice, hunch Raisins Almonds.'ltf of mc.n. common ar.d fine saddles,bridles, martingal g,
Figs, Prunes'
.J. NE"rSo r l ar'J1, pflrk. f"tr. Dec 271h 1831.! L with avariety0f others compnsmzevery article int the ;;firths, cirsinles, sole Leather, etc. ctc. If such should be the case, he should then;

Iti ':tR 1 state his reason; for dif erinO' with the scnti-
lar1-"e; Ltxcs of the :1110\ mark rN.i : NOTICE. GROCERY LINE. HADWARE
4 cdb were ;- meats of thc .
) the subcrilcrs petitioners, on this subject.the -
. 1'1" tl.tll1' .H'. }\'. 2.1,1rsJ pt"r. schooner No Mobil from I ALL Pel-sons having claims against U. D Foreign and Domestic Liquor, C UTLE rR Ir, :L. honorable gentleman concluded h.f oh- !
I has
r'x'Aer,i'hind far thrt. 'TJI is tll :i\'c person nhjl"-c, hat n i if 4 yet the estate of the late William Arjryle! deceased, tit name Holland Gin, as ir:1IoOrted. country dc Knives, all!! Forks, Pen, and Pocket knives,L3thing; serving that the most healing medicines, wllca
arc required to them authenticated Genuine Bordeaux Brandy, do. do. COl11. do. and hatchets
rtJad X9 riot come tilrw.1'J present duly within sldnglin; shovels and spades, C'I'rolina
t- daj mpcry rand tlc within four t-ecks., thc time prescribed by law or they will he forever JamaicaSl'irit, New: England Rum, rice. ;ruhbin!; and garden hoes, cast steel, club and unduly administered, became the most deadly

t.d,!d :l pu lie aUCUnj! :, txt pay the highest: rhar.cs bidder, it flu will cash hetl barred. Those indebted to the estate are request\ old rectified \lonongnhd whiskey, common do.WUJlW broad axes, Reap hooks, steel ardsH.L., B ltHook} poi .on.

il'il Jllunt suM t lir i fur deducting nil thc I make immediate payment. l ricih'Alndcira 011 draft k in bouks. and Eye !loges, wood""rcw9, rand, tenant, crosscut, The petitions were then referred to thc coma
u i lr. Jltl..i c xp n. HITTY'V. ARGYLE, ) Administracr tors. w\lar-a; ta/l. Claret d tto.Ol and mill saws, hand, pitt, mill-s:1.w, and blacksmith
subject the mittee the of
to order District Columbia.SFGAR.Our
of the on .
Mproprrtr. J. G. & N. O 1 n T oi JOHN W. ARGYLE. $ 4th proof Clpniacl.rancly, 0ycars old in bottlrs, files, catstccl drawing oleos, set of blacksmiths, carpentcrs -
n Dcr. 27th 1631. IDSw. and a large assortment of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, coopers,and shoe makers tools, etc.etc.A
i 1't32. Ladies and Gcntlemel1's Shoes, Ready made clothing, sugar planters are going on ,
-till anLA GLEi'V : NOTICE. consisting partly of Superfine Cloth Colts, assorlEd great variety ofE

1.01t' J IS hereby given that the Partnership sizes and colours. Angola Frock ditto, n fine article for RTH"'iN CHINA at a rapid( rate. The sugar made thin year,

'1 li'!.1L conunu.c to reside at Monticcl.o, from PEAS & MAN DELL was disolved in June Summer wcnr,"youths and boys coatecs and round. by them, will go far in lessening the Joss of'
cote }he frill bout, cloth, casuncrc and salinct Pantaloons It AND G.L4ASS.
N .i attend last mutual nr-
\tu'hil1 to by
I call
any professional and the Books
Jelicrsoit nrcither; consent papers belonging scillcs and Valencia Y csts. A few pieces Irish Linen, last season, some samples hate been shown
the firm
Jaiia rt' 3d 1832. adjacent counties. to are in the hands of the Subscriber fine black Ostrich Feathers--Gil in'ssuperiorhot WARE; IRON, NAILS,

, D 201 tf for .Settlement. All persons indebted to the Concern sod (itopost Paper.-Ona elegant French Han-prcs. STEEL, &c. c. us hicn are of a superior quality and \\Care
arc requested to forward
come and
C'rOlt'SVILLIS make
DoLPH & RAN liquidate their accounts and those having payment legal ,den or. ingpapcr, of the latest and most approved patterns ; 1-4 to 8 Inch, flat bar, English,American, Russia & informed that in.all cases, the sugar crcp.

', J harinR associated mands Knapsnnd Stubbs'npanPaste Blnckin ,and a.variety weeds Iron, round and square bar trop,hoop and sheet
pre arc
themselves i tIC} req3csted to them for
? settlemcional
, Cwceol ME !CINE, offer their prore Dec 27,18S119tf present 03V. PEAS nt., of other articles not necessary to mcntion-all of"hieb 1 Iron, German and Blistered steel,4, 5,6,8, 10, 12, 20, is abundant, corn, 'cotton, &c. have been

yes. to the citizens of allaha8SCC ) will be sold low for Cash or opproved paper. 30, and 40, dry cut Nails cut brads and wrought Nails very short this season, owing to the cantlnurag ,
. licit otf and Its vitmitt LAW NOTICE. JAMES (;. ECCLES.Scr Pots,Bake Pans, Spiders skillets, tea kettles, fry!
J any ScJ e IS thc former bankin 0( room. 1 Cotton, Bides Skins, and all country produce Pans &. ancc of bad weather, and the frequency of
193:. n OtC CHARLES STONE will practice in the Courts purchased at thehigheatJIW'ket price.

i J" E recucstrd; Jar son, Washington and Sti'alApn1481831. 3G12 m. heavy fltorms.-[Opclom Gazette.
UJare to
announce l\fr. J 1 counties in the GROCERIES.aid
c ton TerritoryofFlorid:1. Ilia office ieat .
QI flenti -------------
iI tfcriQn>+ COunt as a candidate, for of Og1l Q mm. Zli cst lo'lutida.i'to'cmbcZ' JOlJVO.H.K XECU'liEJJ A'1': 'l'HlOFFCE i bLANK BILLS ol L ,.LADNG..jU rrir:-
), at
the Dc t ek ti r r.. .t.g 31Itf i31 4th Hollitnd Gin: Whiskey,1wla1a, Cll1eUJ; and (:. 'aV.) and for stale at this 01jiCQ


t'w 4 y r

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t I was in accordance with the will ortle people of this Territory. P'or ida; r l1tithat l our Delegate! be requested to use his bc:t endeavor Rttolvedfttrtfier, that hw Excellency the Governor, I* retransmit !< .c \
COUNCIL. a copy of the forgoing report and resolution 10 the Dp lltt\
LEGISLATIVE Be it therefore Resolved, that opinion of this Legislative -: to accomplish object. it i edoC
;' Council the of said resolution i30not I Mr. Robiou introduced the resolution following which was read On motion onlr. Fitzpatrick H ordered that SCO copies of tt ell e4+
subject matter and laid table. be printed for the use of the members. *<
JAKCART, 9. proper for legislation and .Io not come within the province of Resolved on That the Clerks be required to furnish the Printer with] Mr. Fitzpatrick from the Select committee! to whom had been
The house met pursuant to adjournmcnt'and a quorum being' of the duties of the Council. On the of substitute Commissioners '
adoption thi copies of the minutes of the House. I n d the report of the appointed to tap rintetd .fry '
a :;present, the minutes of the preceding day were read. I the ayes and noes were called for, and Baltzcll, Mr. Wright from the Committee on the Judiciary reported the bill I on the building ofa Jail and Cistern at Key we t. reported I bin

Mr. WRIGHT gave notice that he would on some future day Byrd, Hunt, Love, -Nuttall, Pope, Priest, Robiou and Wright to be entitled, "An act relative to tho introduction of stages:' without I be entitled an act, to amend an act. to provide for bnildin t 4 Jj ;
:present a bill to change the mode ofcompellingtJ>ening and 9 voted in the affirmatixeand; Mr.President, anl1en Both, amendment for the further consideration or the Jlone-which wa Key vest which was rend a first time. 1&

''ceepmg in repair the public roads of this territory. Cooper, Fitzpatrick, Sanchez and Warren- netive made the order of the day for this day-which was subsequently committed :I,I The engrossed bill to be entitled."An act to diasolre the m."aII' 1a
Mr. POPE gave notice that he would on some future day and the substitute was adopted. The House then resolved it- to a Committee of the Whole, 31 r. V. arren in the Chair, who conti act between Elizabeth, A Brrdalbane and Donald! M. Jw!

introduce a bill fixing the boundary line of Jackson county.Mr. solved itself itfto i a committee of the whole; on the substitute reported progress and asked leave tosit again on Tuesday nextwhichwas bane, way read a third time and passed-ordeied that the titieact rfT*<

NU'r rALLpursuauttoprcviousnoticeasked&obtained< Mr. Byrd in the who reported to the House the original I agreed to. be at a' 'esaiJ. =
to introduce a bill to he entitled "an act relative to the in- chair The same gentleman from that Committee reported a bill to be entitled The bill to be entitled 'An act concern ng marriage licen e
oave of sutitute-which concurred
resolution lieu the
in report was writs of and read a third time and committed o a committee! of the 1?
of slaves which was read a first time and timed : An act regulating the mode of>uing out error prosecuting whole
roiluction in. Mr. Baltzell then moved the substitute as an amendmentto appeals in the Court of Appeals of the Territory of Florid: Booth in the Chair who reported the same with amendmenl?i7i 0

t, :u the Judiciary Committee. the original resolution.-Mr..JJooth then moved the original which were read a first time: and ordered to a second reading on report concurred in, and the bill as amended, ordered to bt-
The President presented a communication from the Acting resolution and amendment b postponed until the 4th day of Tuesday next. grossed and read a third time on Monday nezt.

t (;uvcrllnr, inclosing a report from E. B. Gould b sqr. and antiier July next; on this motion a'c and noes were called, and Mi. Fitzpatrick from the Select Committee to whom had been re The bill to be entitled, "An act to incorporate the Keywest 8
from Geo. \'. Ward Esqr. two of the commissioners to Mr. President, with Messrs. Booth, Byrd, Cooper, FitzpatrickHnnt ferred a memorial from sundry citizens ol Key-west reported a bill to 'I Company was read a second time and committed to a committee of ij!

';select a site for the permanent location of the Scat of Govern Nuttall, .Priest, Ilobiou, S UclczYarren and Wright- be entitled an uct to incorporate the city oi hey west which was reada whole, Jr. Love in the Chair who reported the' same, with the ?.
which severally real and referred to first time. acting clause stricken out, which repoit was concurred in.
of the were
!Mient territory; 1? voted in the affirmative; Love and '
r. Balzel State the Territory to The!hill to be entitled, "An act to a Bank in the
tae: committee on the state of the territory. Pope-3 in the negative-and the motion Mr Booth from the Committee on the of I incorporate taws
prenlHe.The whom had been referred so much ofthe (on rnor'g Message as relates !: Magnoliawas read second time and committed to a comrnittet 2
from Geo. E. Dcinis Esqr. of theItcnfthe
He also presented a report bill lx entitled) "Ah act to in Tropical)
I to orporte to the boundary liiif between Georgia and the Territory of Florida, the whole. 1\1 r. Fitzpatrick in the chair, who reported progress !
: treasury for) the last fiscal year; whch was read and Plant Company of Florida," was referred to a committee of tl. with the accompanying documents, made the following report, which asked and obtained leave to sit again on Monday next.

s >I erred to the committee on Finance.: I whole, Mr. Wright: in the chair, who reported prl'es and was read and laid on the table; The bill to be entitled, "An act amendatory of the several acts eotcernin i
l\lr. FITZPATRICK Presented a memorial from James asked leave to sit again on Friday iieKU REPORT: : the administration ol est'tesand the duties of adnunlstraton I

Webb Esc qr"1 1c and other citizens or Key 11 est, in relation tn the I A bill for the relief of "'m. Kerr and was read a second time In the discharge of the duty assigned to them, the committee have executors d gucrdian was read a second time and ordered to beh,

i wrI'orauon of a Salt Company at that J.lace,wuch) was read and committed to a committee of the whole, Mr. Love in the given the subject the attentive consideration, which its importance to erred to the committee on the Judiciary. 9

.(1 1 .eferrcd to a select committee, consisting Messrs' Booth, chair, who reported the same with amendments-which report the people of Florida demands-A brief recurrence to the history of The preamble and resolutions ottered by Mr. Byrd.on ycierdar )

l it?|!atrick and Itabi-ni. II was concurred in by the House and the bill as amended, ordered this controversy and to the farts admitted to exist in regard to it, and were again read and adopted; the Select Commitee consist of JJ
1 Mr. WRIGHT introduced the resolution ullowing which to IK' ) and read a third timeioimornnv. also a statement of the grounds assumed by the respective parties, it srs. Byrd Fitzpatrick and Robiou.
engrossed is considered by the committee, not be altogether profitless. The bill to be entitled "Au act l for the reliefof the heirs of Wi iiluq
o \vasvcad and adopted. A bill for the relief of Lorine HUft.-"s read: a second time The southern boundary of Georgia as defined by the first chatter,, Argyle deceased, was read a second tim; on motion the rules "trt
Rcsolced That the committee on the Jndiciayl he permittc.u and ordered to be engrossed f'H1 a time to-morw. granted by Charles the second in 1732, was the Altamaha! river. \vaiv 1 r' l employ clerk to be paid such compensation' as the committee A bill for the relief William Minis (was read a second time By the treaty of 1763, between Great Biitain and Spain, the forniei title :'hereofbe as albresaid.

J mav think reasonable at the close ot the sessiem. and ordered to 1J engrossed and tend third time to-morrow. acquired the Floridas, and it was then thought advisable to extend The bill to be entitled, "an act to amend the several acts relative j

m l\Ir. 'l-'ITZPA'I'1tICh introduced the folKnvimr resolution A bill l to alter the s uller boundary Sine Jackson countywas the southern boundary Georgia, to a line running from the "con- roads and bridges, was read a second time and committed to a COlI-
' w.ncli: was read and laid on the table! ; Resolved; That tne District veul a second committed to 11 committee of the fluence ofthe Flint and C'hattahoochie rivers to ihe source of the St. mitce of the whole, Mr. arren in the chair. wh 'reported pro&t1la

Attorney of the Middle District be directed to inquire and whole: Mr: i Sanchez) in tic, chair, who reported the same without :Mary's and by the course of said river to the Atlantic Oce.," aid asked and obtained leave to sit again on to-morrow. Cr
ascertain whether the Territory have a legal 1 right to demand a ;uuetllmeuts-and the same was ordered to engrossed which was made known by Royal l proclamation on the! 10th 1 eb-, The bill to ba entitled. An art to repeal an act to prevent doe
b coinniis'sion Sir James Wright then Uo- was read second time, and committee to a committee of the
1763. In royal to "heI&
rent from the clerk of the Superior Court lor: the use and occupa : and) read a third time onlItldanext ruary nrnor of Georgia a, in 176-1 the southern boundary of Georgia is reci- Mr. Byrd in the chair who reported progress, and asked and obta I

:ion the of room in the capitol, called the Treasurer's room, aneif I The !house then re et"in: tcret session, on certain .cd as extending to the "soulhtnt branch of the St. Mary's riter." leave to sit gain on Monday next. t

st), to institute suit I for the same. nominations by the acting, GO'Cllr.I The treaty of 1783, between the United States and Great llrit- The House then adjourned to-myrrow ten o'clock.
:il-. SANCHEZ introduced the t)Howin resolution xvhVivvi I| T'IO resolution oilered by Mr. Robiou on yestcrdar, instruct- ain, in fixing ihe southern boundary the U. States and the British JAM-JUT 14.

:* read and hid on ih} t.ibie"Resolved; That the Commit i i lug committee on the Judiciary to inquire into Inc expcdi'incy American possessions, of hich the Floridas were then a part, in relation The house met pursuant to adjournment and a quorum bea,

a ; -e Oil the Judiciary boinstrucie'd to inquire into cxpedion.y of} repealing the 7th sec. of the act of lb'25, concerning to this portion of the boundary, stipulates! thai it shall run from present, the minutes of yesterday were read. *

r .: of prohibiting' Irainn IIC!!tOes, h.H\II11'. free, from t r.l n'HI.4f .: 'i fee*- vas :again read and adopted. the junction Jf the Flint and Chattahoochie "straight to the head cf Mr. SANCHEZ gnx-e notice, that he would on some fut>trn

vvit'iout:;! time !..ill fS of the InJnn: territory; and that said com Tiie house then adjourned until 'Jo-morrow 10 o'clock. ti c :Mary's river. day, ask leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, an act to repti
t three have leave to report bv bi'l; or othenn.l''Ir. ." JURY 1 12th.. in 1753 Gnat Briiainceded: the Floridas back to Spain. Our government an act, entitled act, to provide J for laying out the School Janda
4f settled
insisted the establishment of the boundary as
WIHUtir] from tiie select: c-Miinnttee to whom hail The house and upon in this Territory 20th Nox- IsiS and
t met pursuant to adjournment a quorum 1 oing with Great Britain; and hy the treaty ol17U5, between the Lnited passed approved Nor
the duty >s 1'Il'lhl' :e.)\vmniiniftii'S ; the minutes o1'v'es read. 21 1S29.Mr. .
j 1 b vn consigned ofpf(1ruiuL.t\IIt; present, tlrl.wer' States and pain} calked the treaty IIf San Lvrtnzo d real, this was tx- ,
1 1 ; Hoii(. reported code oflaxvsfor that purposexv.iicli; xv.i I J \YHHHTintrnducl'11 i a bill to be entitled, an act toamen.1 prcs-ly azreeil to, and it was stipulated that a Commissioner am 11'ARRF.introduced a hill tube entitled, an act to

I ; r.\i..I l and alk'ptl do On motion utlr.. Buh !ii l, it I is ordeit-d! that tin ;several acts I relative to roads: and bridges-whicl Surveyor should: l he appointed by each of the contracting parties :e establish the r.ite uf pIlotage 1 for the Bar e>f the St. Johns aDd

; Mix copies; eU'tl'.c; same, xvith tly1:, like number of tilt> ;g was lend a first time.i run and] mark the hounuary agreeably to the provisions of that trea Nassau rivers-which was read a first time and made the or,

1; eoAmitte\s" of! the !11lC bo printid! for the of t tie! houseTne : i Mr. Nl'T J'ALL, nave notice, that on some future day he ty. dor of the day for Weelnesdav next.

e'ulltobe, entit'ed' "an act to tllCOl write te! tre>picipluit : I would ask !leave to introduce) a )bill to be entitled, an act to alter Accordingly Mr. Ellicott was appointed a commissioner on tie Mr. LOVE:, introtluceda bill' to W entitled, an act to incor.

;II t Company of Florida;: ,*' was lead and icferred to a cja: :- and amend: an UM t ltiibl an pct, to author! Hector "'. Bra- part cflhe I niicd States and ar.. Power on ihe part of Spain. porate the Trustees oi" (uincy Academy-xvhich was read I

mittoe of tho 1 whole on tn- urrou. d''I, to make: a c/iiiai: ihrnigh! tie natural bridge of the St. These gentlemen, together wih: their surveyors proceeded he to theperformance tirst time.Mr. i
t duties assi_uctl CUi -
of he themun'.iTthftreaty.
T iution-oltered by Mr. Byrd on a former day, proposimo Marks Fu. 1831 Also bill to entitled > : BOOTH introduced: hill to be
:.,. v ;e ) I rini pa*.' .Il3ti; a b missioncrof the Unitcil Stairs, encountered great obstacles in the execu.ion : a entitled an act to incorporate
i-o.,,.al ;i!11! t .e bun\ in force, wit'i! the exceptional' tin au act to :a.ter and -uneM-l- an act, to incorporate a company tu: ofhis duty. The Indians residing; near the liiif, it is believeei a ceuiipa-.iy to be calied t.e! Ciiifx>ia and St. Andrew

'.4,d(% 411' lti'Z1nid to make that cods.1 Uie: basis of the iegsshtioi: : : bo entitled the St. Marxs: Navigation companx', passed 19th were instigated: to violence against his party by she Spanish i corr.mi.s- Canal C .nipm\-which was read a first time and ordered. tot 0'

of ti':s session, was read and refeircd to the Coinnnttec on tin Jan 1S31. si.mcr. The dilliculties thrown in I hs: wax, pjc triitcd the definitive -cmid IC dints or Saturday next. l

.III..!,.(,;....,,.. I' Mr. HUNT, nave entice, that on some future day he would running and marking the line, as C'.ntcmpLteu ho treaty. The M' 1. KlLbT, introduced: the' fol'owing' bills, which werel; I
1 t.? The Hu'ase then. adjourned until to-morrow 1> o'clock.JANTAKY. ask leave !!) introduce; : a bill! to amend an act to incorporate the sources of St. Mary's river howexer were diligently e-xaruiie- and a severally read a first time and ordcied to a second reads esj
10. I B-ink of point designated as its head, near which jjuint a mound was U
f I The) House1 met pursuant to adjournment 1 and a quorum being ,I Mr. POPE, !rat-e notice that lie would on some future day, ted. A hilte! > "he entitled, an act to authorise W. Clements to es1uhlish ,
present, tl-e minutes efye.stcreV: were read. I I introduce a bill for? the: !p.rpo: >e of eating a stay of executions In 1S18 for the first time,Georgia intimated her belief that of the S a ferrvnn the Suwannee river ; andA I
point this mound was not the true source :
designated by ,
:'u1:'. i UOBIOU( llIotlce that he xvoulel! ask leave on some; I on judgments) 011.11tIIIJt.'t 're J l; tire': of the Peace, on sums Mary's river, and by a resolution of her legislature requested tlu- bill to he"1 i entitled, an act to authorise C. H. B. Collins! to;

IV.UH day to introduce a bill giving to mechanics a lien in cerl over : c'rtail:amount.. Governor to appoint fit and proper persons to ascertain the true heart t.i establish a fl-rrx un the Suxvannee river. \;

::a..: (.ISI',; dud to repeal aa act t for the same purpose- Mr. BV11D, 't\ nonce, that lie wuitld 01 some future day the St. Mary's river fyc.-Under this resolution Govcrmr Rabun M' EOO'i JH, j>rtsented a petition from William Hall of;; t

Ii Mr. VYAK'IEN gave notice that he would n some futnn ask leave to in trod l-see: a bih to be entitled, an act relative t thesunmmtutintr appoint! Genrls. Floyd, Thumposon and Blackshcar: for .that pu- V. r:i-ii.gjoh et.i ny ; which was read and referred to tIle con> {'" 4-

.introduce: .! a bill; to be entitled! an act to incorporate time Jet : of .Juir". pu'<. lIe also nude a.special communication to the general goverrincnt nii'itx--. e'iaiKis. i WJ

t' jerse)n Acjdeinv. The PRESIDENT, presented a communication: from the on t"lie subject in wh'ch! he says, he has "every reason tf, believe Mr. nTZi'ATiIICK, introduced the resolution folowieg! .
11L'T1ALL prtventrd a memorial: from the p jyersonarepresentatives District Attorney oS* the Middle District of Florida, in relationto th.!'the head the St. Mary's river will be found to be 20 mile vviwii vas KU' at.l! adopted :

HI' tiie: late William Argyle for the! relief of tin tlc: HTrcaSUf'r's ruum"-willCl was read and laid on the south of Ellicott's mound, and urges the claim Georgia to the }antis,: Resoli-m, Tli. ti e lommittee on the state of the Territory t

estate and minor.* of said decedant, wnich XXMS lead and reilr- table. betvrern that mound and this new point of demarcation. After Gov.tin l be ins true ted w tinjiif: into the >; of holding tie; r tnt i
I above named l had made their examination and rtI'ort,
t red tn a Select c:>;::inittee consisting Messrs. Byrd "JXuttal Mr. WARREN, intrl1lcct a bill to 1 be entitled, an act to gentlemen Kabun addressed a c-ommiuiication to Mr. Calhoun, then Secretaryof ession oi' tl.e Lt.l ::ttlH' Courcil at the city of St. Augustly

and Booth. repeal an act to prevent duelling-which was read : first tme. \v'ar, in Inch he says : Iirt'l-ewleIt-al.d; that trey have! leave to report by' bill or ctbk|ferwlse.
It Pursuant to pivvions notice. Mr. Cooper introduced) a hill. t to Mr. BALVZELL. presented a memorial from Evan \ ,, "On the 17th ult. I had the honor to address you on the subject of .

? ? eltitledn art! 11& !proiil! : i.n-: County Court' lioiu hr; oils I 1 E.q.-.which! : was n-ad and referred& to the committee on caims. "the contemplated between this State and the Province of L'as. Mr. LOVE, from the corr.miitee on claims! to whom lad

'xcs in certain: c.i -os".Viacn was read a livi: time and leier- The same l'UtJclHH introduced the following "Florida., : 1 stated that the Legislature! of this Stall had directed mt been referred the petitIon iran.uel Cosby, reported a II to 1.

:eJ to the coiiuuiH.-e on Finance'. Resolved, That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is hereby "to appoint commissioners to ascertain tht true head or source of the llC i entitled, an act tor the relief of Samuel Cosby-whit-i TO

\1:'..1)01)1-} ; hit'duced! : a bill to alter the southern boundary re-quested to procure tlC passage of a law, requiring the "St. Mary's,river, and I promised to 1'01'\\ art! their report to you as read and ordered to be referred to the cni.mittee" tl.e J friary 1a 1t

!th:(' o: .1.-elstn cniy xvl'ie: :i ''a- era! a iir:>t liuio.Mr. j .i,,{ : ot i.iis Territe'V: to alternate in the li l'larc of their, "soon as received. The commissioners have tcteirncJ, and report, ; with the accompanying d'.cUJHE'lJts.
WAKHCX! : prrsenled a 'tttt..m; fioin Fra::eis.1.: Ho.1pnving diiin's: -wnic.i;. was refried to a select! CtIUllCl consisting olrs. "that after a careful examination, they of'Mr.found the. head I.i the St. A'.a"ry's : -; Mr. BOOTH, from the; select coniinittee to whom had ben L
Elli fine1
river with the bycnc5
I ; io.:= t--t.v t.M-stahiisha; feiry t across tl.c Sau'unnce river, i Hunt and Sanciiez.Mr. agree report prove referred
,11cs .lf/.cll; "the possibility of doubt, that the information received by the Ie<;Ka-! the! memorial of sundry citizens of App ialachicola, re- 0n
;u'H mill, ', :1 1 :;:rings- whicii!) wsis read.Mr.'NC ilLJN i 1', pies(-tiled a me-morial from the churchwardens "ture of this State! relative to this subject was inctTrrct. I flatlet [xrted by a bill to be entitled: an act to organize and limn( i

ri'AJ"I p.v.vjiti'd: a j'.-tiiJMji: from Samuel I C:,:;hv I' of
;,rivui'Z tlit: crt! un nunioy ivl'nndcd! hin which "as read! ael I committee consiAtiLg .)1!' Hunt, i3alt/el and Booth. to close that line according lo the treaty with Spain. And i. ordered to a second readmg'on Thursday next. !

: ;:'rat to tiie! mnittee: on chims.: I Mr. BVliD, )caented the preamble and resolutions following "the genes al government can afft-rd us assistance ingiiarttng the sur- The resolution offered bit Mr. ROBIOU on yesterday, ieclueing I.
,*.lr. \YAlHliN! gave notice; : that he would,) ask leave, on : "vcyors who will be engaged in laying cut the country, it will be acknowledged copies of the minutes lobe l furnished the Printer ms! V

?. .in future hy, to introduce a bill: to be entitled 'An act a- M'hcrcas, it is nude the duty of the Treasurer this Territory as a great accolUmfl
mandatory of t tne! sever:!) acts concerning the auimiiNtration' 01 10 ex.unme into tile state and condition of the Bank of This letter was written before the treaty with Spain, for th? purchase "- The evolution! offered by Mr. PRIEST on yesterday, instrmctug 11II
duties of aiiminUtratore and of Florida, was consummated, and after such official Cl'lmmm'ation .-
estates and the executors, guar Florida und to this House and whereas no report ontlt tie bill > r
dians. : subject has been nude, in consequence of the death of the millions of dollars they paid fcrthis I territory, purchased the undisputed eaiiug certain }part of an act, entitled, an act regulating our r
: introduced a bill to amend an act entitled -
Tile g-illemin c
same *' 'l5eaaluer : title to all the lands within the line starting from Ll'.irou's citizens iradu'r with tl-e Indians, &c.-xvas read and adopted.
j *' \n ret concerning marriage :ICCIISC11. Be ii therefore re.volccd, That a committee of three be appointed : ivmnd, the correctness which hat! thus been formally admitte b] Thc engraved bill to be cntit.ed, an act to alter the Southern IIII.

XL FTAhL pu-snant to notice introduced a bill to IK. as eh re,cicd b, the act of incorporation, to examine, as I :he Governor of Geor ua. By the treaty bctweci. the United States Boundary I line of Jackson County ; was read a third time and )

rntiu il "Ai act to incorporate a Bank in the town 1.11'I.tgllo- I, dig: cell bx said act, ail report tler on. mal Spain, ratified 22d February 1821, the Flcridaswere ceded bv >assed-oicered: that the title thereof be as aforesaid. f

Jia -\ I lie T.iat the said committee l he requiredto the lattertotheft'rnter, and on the-lth oflay 1826 C- ogress passed The bill to be entitled, an act provide for compensates y
Mf.a H0 %TH: from the select committee to whom had been ljillhlIt'oat! said Bank has paid tax due thereon), a law authorising the appointment of a commissioner; run and mark I o f the commissioners appointee! to examine and le-cate the seat
I lor( divorce tne 1 ft llo\vini enquire ,Iehe tl' lie his line in conjunction with a commissioner to be appointed by tl.eState '
rcfeired \.dj: : petitions reported : ) : I thisIbtlc
and nut to ot Jo\-ei riv I
e' and if sc, .uuo.'ct: \\aspaid: they report. nment ; was read a second time and committed to.
t'i b:;!< \\j: <.: \\l' read a lust time: a bill to }rutttied, an acct "'10 I laid the table. of Georgia Thisact expressly defined beginning and termination oiuimUee t
as e.irly : s 1 il !e-\hicl was on : of the Wnole: Mr. Love in the chair, who reported
Flint and Chattahoo-
(of the line to be the junction of t he
l William, !kerr and K 1.
I dl 1)1."t' '. inurnag'; c. :nnict >etxxeen ])- from citizensof
i Mr. \\AiiilL.N :silted a petition sundry and asked and obtained leave sit Wcdnes-
j chic rivers and the point designated i by-Elliooiu Gov. Ranciolph: r If iresgress to again on !r
; Ii. t\"rr..1 bm:;! I to; dissolve tl.e contract Ix-tweei: lrl B
% marriage referred the conimittee on the
'I Duval county-\' : : was : to Virginia was appointed on the part of the nited States and Mr. Spald- day next.
t:1I' "1 'tad Joim; Itunicl and bulb, di.,ohe the marluff. '
L )
: ; < ;
nn- hh
Judiciary. ding on the part Georgia, who proceeeled in the spring & summer ot Tue house again resolved itself into a committee of hl
.' ('?;IIll between "'rn. Minis and Sabina Minis.Tur Mr. BOOTH, from tl.e committee on the state of the! Ter- 1 1827 to run the line as directed in the act,seting out from the point designated ,kViiole, on the t further consideration ot the bill to be erjtitJei

-'i rest; moil o tie red by :Ml. Fitzpatrick em ye-sterday rela- ntorx, rejMirteela) bill u) II entitled, "au act to provide for tlC by Ellicott as the head of the St. Mary After they had an act to incorporate the Tropical Plant Company of FlorlQ

:lU! t.1 t'I;ie Tre-asnrer's mom, was again read and I adopted.T I c>iiipeii: >.iii"iu oi ti.e commissioner.; appointed to examine and nearly completed the Sl1n"cylr.. Troup then Governor Georgia, Mr. Wright in the chair, who reported the same to the hocs'ivithout Kii
:,e revI'iti: :< ollered by )Ir. Sauuiie/, on yesterday, rcatiug: locate seat of ," &c.-which was read a firs in a letter to Nir. Spalding dated 30th March 1S27, recalls the assent amendments i -xvhich received. The rule t iit iiP e
to laduii. .II".!.' )Cfi, xx'as read Had adopted. tle tm'erlll'nt of Georgia sup ; nsed to have been given to the correctness of the eastern report was thin i
tenet; :e, and eirdeied, to a second reading ei: Saturday. of the House were, on motion waved, and the b.ll read a
Mr. it.Oij.'JL"iiitroduci'dthe resolution! xxhich : point of demarcation, trod insists a survey, to ascertain
following, wart upon o;
Mi. NL fALL, from t tiit C11uitee to whom had time and passed. Ordered the title thereof as aforesaii
lt'n that
whether Ellicott in his location of the head of the St.Ma-
id cif i 1 Ili.l o i tie! table1! : Rcwlced, that the Judiciary c mninit- of was correct ill l
eleHcl1, the H einonal f personal representative The bill to be entitled for building Bald
( tie an act toprovide
bo idsf-cu-il to into the expediency of tw:
lee inquire' repenhnir !late "\\ 1. _Arr\e'! repMiit-d a bill to be entitled, an act for the ry's.The United States' commissioner did not consider himself author Key West, was read a second time and ordered to be engross* 0C
?ii: s:'C:i..l ofthe act eniit.'enl! an act to amend) an act to deterjinnc '
relief ut'nit oi li ,. A gyle-which was read a first time. The however and
eo:: n i ised undertake such investigati examinations were read a 3d timc Monday next. 'e'
loes nf cert tin oJlicors: of this tcrritorIud f for other
tac: ; Nox 1S2S. The t'ngi oeei bill to be l entitled, an act to dissc.K'e the mar- made by Mr. McBride the Surveyor on the part of Georgia i The bill to l>e entitled, an act to alter and amend an act '. ,
I :"Ifjl.eppion, ; riage comfact bl't\Wl'l Wilnain! Kerr and Epsy B. Kerr-was from which he declared it to be his opinion that the southern branch incorporate a company to be entitled, the St.Marts Naxnga ] rni i
l ;.hc House then adjourned until to-morrow 9 o VJk.. be
should considered as the principal stream.
read : curd time and passed. Cumpany-was] read a second time and ordered to beengr8"nel
i JANCAKY, 11. The engrossed bill to be entitled, an act for the relief of Mr Whether the branch, called by the late Georgia commissioners read a third time on Monday next. rin.
Tiirr; Ho HC met pursuant to acjournment and a quorum be- 'the middle western branch" is the same selected by Mr. McBride >n
Minis lead third time! and passed. The bill "to act
-xvas a to be entitled, an act alter and amend an
!!1R ;j' ->/itt, the mjir.iTes ofycsterelay x\-ere re>ad. as the principal stream or whether they differ with him in opinion,
The to be entitled an act to dissolve the mar- I the na: 0i
( uthorisc Hector W.Braden canal
to cut through
M:. BALTZELLg.eve notice that lie would cw some future 'llI.ccIJ the committee are not prepared to determine not having seen their a i
thy, introd TC a law amending, and altering4he law making the ria contract Len c Rumel and John Rumel, was I i report and having no other information on the subject, than the extract al 1 bridge of the St. Marks river; was read a second time:'
oh'cer: ot' Treasurer and A.ichtor. read a Hard time and passed.A I furnished from Governor ilmer's message. It is however evident ordered to be engrossed and read a third time on Mon 1
?' bill to be entitled an act to dissolve the marriage contract I hat Georgia herself, has at different periods contended for different X
Mr. \\-AJUE iutr.lcd! a bill to be entitled; "An act eifestst.ites a- between Elizabeth! A. Breadalbane and Donald M. Breadal bane I points of demarcation, and has never been able, through her next.The house then adjourned until Monday 12 o'clock. a;

jnl several conce-rningtheadministiatiem, -was read a second tune and ordered to be engrossed and read commissioners and surveyors to demonstrate the inaccuracy of Elli-} SIN
,tJ duties ofexc"i administrators) &, guardians, 0i
third time to-morrow. cott's: location of the head of the St. Mary's. i!! was rt.'ac a first lime: and ordered to a secondtime to- a Tne resolution offered by Mr. BYRD on yesterday, in rela- This subject has been before the Congress of the United States at SEF.-\TE.

:;IOT\h\! ti.ui the Auditors read and adopted.Mr. !. different sessions, and our territorial legislature has once before made TCESDAE, Dec. 20.: j In
T le piition presented on yesterday by Mr. Warren in be- to report-was it a subject special consideration. The examination of facs and submitted the follow resolutions, w11lcl.'
introduced memorial Mr. Holmes inn
] BOOTH leave of the house a
a Ifof i'i nucis J. Ko ss Vas referred to a select Committee cooitug by he discussion of the rights of the respective parties have on both f
from sundry citizens of Appalachicola! which was read and referred have therefore he prefaced by remarks at some length .
The committee
of [cssrs. Warren, Priest and bides been full, elaborate and able. W u
Mi.: SANCHEZ introduced the re Coopr. following, whicl-} f to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Booth, Nutt- forborne any extended investigation of the several questions involved BESOLVED, That the President of the United States It

was read I and I referred, to the comnnttee on the state of the Ter- all and Bait/ell. I in this controversy. They arc not aware of any new data of hnortanre renumber to cause to be communicated to the Senatelhqtrssted .rjn
The liou e then adjourned until to-morroxv 10 o'clock. having been discovered in support of the pretensions of their and w'diC
!illr Rrsolred, that tie commissioners appointed to exam- of vessels, tonnage cargoes
JANUARY 13 There facts howev- er
Georgia which require their notice. are some ,
ire and: -joit! on tj.t must eiimble site for( forthepermanent t location from in the United States to J
The house met pursuant to adjournment and a quorum being l present, ever: to which, in the opinion ofthe committee, sufficient importance have cleared any ports t the
of tile sea: ofgox-ernment; be
; d( Irs: for every twenty miles they may have travelled in .Mr Priest gave notice that on some future day he would ask leaveto they beg leave briefly to refer. The Committee attach great consequence President's' proclamation! of the 5th of October, 153 0.- a:

;in the discharge of their duties and returning to their place of introduce a bill to establish a ferry over the Suwannee river on the [ to the report of Generals Thompson, Floyd and Blackshear, those .if which cleared for such port I)
evidence. road leading from Alachua Georgia, at Harrington's. who were appointed in 1819, by the Governor Georgia, by direct 'distinguishing any Place.or d
Mr. BYRD introduced] the resolution folloxving, vhich! was Mr liultzell gave notice that on some lutuie day he would introduce on of the legislature, expressly, to ascertain the true source of the place and a market"-or for a British port or a 11,

rl land laid) on the table! : Resolved, that the acting Auditor of n bill to alter the time of holding the Superior Courts in the county of it. Mary's river and who confirmed Ellicott's decision. This report I distinguishing also American from foreign tonnage, nia/?J! 1t:1'f

: i this Territory be requested to make a report to this house Juckson. The same gentleman introduced a bill to be entitled an act was expressly approved by the authorities of Georgia, and the general also the entries of all vessels from any British coo! ,
a constitute Treasures for the ol Florida, and to amend an her Executive to have the line
I to a Territory government officially requested by n
:equired by"Ia\ or such a as he able to make since the above proclamationistinguishing
their ,
may with
tl cargoes
report b act to alter the several act in regard to a Treasurer and Auditor of thisTerritoiy closed accordingly. port, ,
I from the books of the former Auditor. which ua fud a first time. The report was made while the neb ciations for the purchase of I the tonnage as above, and designating il1C

Mr. BOOTH introduced the resolutions following; which Mr. pi urreo introduced a bill to be entitledn act to incorporatethe Florida"Cj'e pending,and was doubtless known at Washington btfore British or place, from whence the cargoes were i11I' hei 1Cei i
were read and adopted: '. Trustees of Jefferson couuty Academy, which was read a first the terms ofthe treaty were settled by the negociators, and the tcIf

"Resolved, that our Delegate in Congress be again requested time official communication to the general government of the acquiescence I ported. be requested to to. font ?
j to( endeavor t procure the passage of a law by Congress, providing Air. Nuttall introduced following bills: a bill to be entitled, "An of Georgia iff Ellicott's decision, was made known two years before RESOLVED That the t l1" T1C
for the transportation of Ole Appalachicola.Rtsohedfurther act to outhoiise Hector >V Braden to cut a canal through the Natural the final consummation and ratification of the treaty. It appears to the Senate, what amount of American and Foreign II'

that the Clerk mai time t Council be required hridge ofthe tit. Marks river and a bill to be entitled, "An uct to alter the committee that Georgia, by this formal acquiescence in Ellicott's e (disttnguishing them) has been cleared for. anint" 111C

1 i! forthwith to transport Copies of this resolution to the PostMaster and amend an act to iucorjKjiaie a company to be eniitled, the tit. decision, thus officially made known to the general government, predicated nag feted from the Swedish and Danish West Indicf. ... '
Murks Navigation Company:-which Mere severally read the first too, the examinations and solemn report of three distinguished ; .>tliI :
General, and our Delegate in Congress." upon 01. 5th October, 1,.Uthe .ner
time. citizens of that State, expressly appointed to ascertain the the President's proclamation
I Mr. NUTTALL from the Committee to whom had been Mr. Robion introduced a bill to be entitled, loAn act giving lien to true head of the St. Mary's, is finally estopped from making the claim kind and amount of the cargoes. erec)
{I l referred the petition of Elizabeth A. Breadalbane, reporteda Mechanics in certain caws; "'hich81 read a first time. she now prefers. That the President be requested to lor c.tbe h
bill to-be entitled, "An act to dissolve the marriage contract Mr. t arren introduced a bill to be entitled, 1 he Ross Spring in A* But in the opinion of the committee any further discussion of this mt\t- since his proclamation of the 5th'tedtober
between. Elizabeth A. Breadalbane and Donald M Breadal- achua county, which was read a first time. terwould be alto theras unnecessary as uncalled for. In our.present Senate, whether the Olof> i
I banej' which was read a first time and ordered a second Mr. priest introduced the resolutions following; which were severally state territorial dependence, our interests are in the keeping ofthe 1830, British vessels have cleared from D1I
"' reading to-morrow. t read and laid on the table. general government to whom we must continue to, look for protection tales, for any port iu the British Continental col n.aeJIn- flf

l The resolution oflerred bv Mr. Love, on a former day relating : JitsolteJ, that committee on Judiciary be instructed report and support. America, and have sailed directly to the British he!
n i bill repealing so much of the act entitled "An act regulating our citizens The committee therefore,after thIs; brief statement of'such facts as obtained fry'
1 to the Domination of \ P. Duval Esqr. Governor of previously
clearances ?
as of
\ trading with the Indians and for other purposes therein mentioned have occurred to them during their examination of the subject, recom- 4 dies, by virtue .. thUS. doVc'he
this Territory was again when the the substitute Continental Colonies
following iu those
as to them shall appear unconstitutional. mend> the adoption of thefall"wingresolutions: I Custom Houses
was offered by Mr. Pope: Whereat the last Legislative Resolved, That the committee on the Siaie ofthe Territory, be intruded .Resolve, that our Delegate in Congress bt' requested to nrsc the performing voyages circuitous on papers, but in fact .? tJh
Cunci! passed a resolution recommending William P. Duval enquire< into the t-t-xpt-dieiicy of petitioning Congress to extend nmpdiate musing of the line between this territory and the state of I jerect. ,

f Esqr. tap.intmnt expressing the belief that the same the pre-emptioa law l to some further time lor the Territoy for eorgiar I .

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Tbat tho President t>e requ sit. to did his not addressing appear to the please! Mr. ,Hunt, and, previously free to act according to the mode, pointed out Ir ler of the Ohl Bank or the United States, or, -- OBITUARY.- -i
he j
aisembty loaded
with abuse
, Senate what are the duties several cartel \ho had the Constitution. passage was inserted uc what amounted to tile same thing; refused to re
I the placed their
vehicles in the if
.0jionn; and re- doubt, as the itself importswith view Mr. Girard the which Departed this life on the 30th u't., by fall
tea nud American vessels, way, so at. to prevent access for the carriage to prbreed report. a. newt purchased building .
'vjon British in British! purts in the to an eligible irat. The caru were filled with candidly to inform tlie"public that the opuiiona ex belonged to the institutien, and commenced the from his horse, Maj. JOHN ,LINES, aj 45 _

V ely their cargoes British and Atnera men, women, and chlldnn ; and Mr. Hunt very humanely pressed in the report, are those of the officer from business of a banker. The liberality and good years leaving behind him a wife and eitJ't c' -

peCtl Indies nnd the other the advised the mob either to turn them out or turn whom they are exacted by the law, and not suchas faith with which he-Conducted the banking establishment dren to mourn_their irreparable loss. .

; t Colonies-dlstlOJ.UlSllllg: between them over, if they did not move out of the way. Silence involve any commitment on the part of the Ex and the immense benefit he thereby afforded : a

and the other and be- being obtained, and Mr. Hunt having command ecutive. Some of the views contained in the report I to commerce, are well known to this com

jf' Indies American and British vessels, and cd all to sit down excepting himself, he commenced his are obviously more favorable to the Bank than I munity. Of late years, Mr. Girard has emproved AND for sale at this Office._-and utMr. Baldwin*

{Icn the United States aud of the address by hoping they would not call for silence, for those heretofore expressed by the President, and and embellished our city by a vast number ol Bookstore in Tallahassee A new Historical Novel I

k, produce. of the those persons made the greatest noise. He said that which itls clear are still entertained by him. The elegant and substantial buildings. In the year17t33 "T/meLosl Virgin of the South". .

he should commence by proposing three cheers. Not of 'bound nevertheless when fever first made its. By Dow PEDRO CASEWDHR. l
o1onesOnfflotionofMr.< rc- for( the for the secretary the treasury was the yellow a- .
King Queen
( Smith the foregoinwereordcred g not for the Tories
in the of his to declare frank- and its this This work is comprised in one volume of
not for the Whigs, not for the Bishops, not "for the discharge duty, : pearance spread ravages througn city 327 ,
: to be printed.TFLORIDIAN. levIl-butfur the People. (Great appiause. Three ly lib own sentiments in his own report. The Mr. Girard was a constant attendant at Bush Hill 12mo pages, handsomely bound and lellereu
loud cheers having been ginn"for the iconic, Air. great ability and reputation of that distinguished Hospital, regardless of personal danger, attend- price one dollar tu'enlyfive untie I

; : Hunt.proceeded. Tic was sure it was possiole that officer, will secure to opinions high considera ing the sick and dying, and using the best efforts CO-Subscribers for time work will please call for \

that he could be heard by half of the peqde prcbcnt, tion. \'e owe it to candor, however, to say, that to stay the raging pestilence.Mr. their copies.

TfALLAfcEASfeKlSSflWc : unless they gave him exclusive attention lie was we dissent from the doctrines of the report on the Girard has left the largest fortune( perhaps Though much anxiety Las been manifested ;o

uelighted to find, from w hat he had heard of the late subject of the Bank of the United States, and will in the new world. In what manner he has obtain tlie work; it was impossible to offer it s u7- .

DAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, meeting in Manchester, that the people had begun to whenever question of rechartering the institution disposed of it, i is, of course, not yet known. His ncr, as the Binder, from indisposition, was unublc

know their rights, and to exercise them : they had becomes the topic of discussion, express our loss: wil! be deeply felt by our city, particularly by to finish it.
: more lesolved to be no lunger the tools of the the
unable to give
any Whigs "
> arc which M. SMITH Pul
? opinions with tile independence belongs to the commercial part of the community. sa-.
Tories the Devil
The latcstad- or [a laugh] those factions being a- "
to prices. Press. Jan. 17 1832
as of if
character American '
the the
,le intelligence tike hostile to tht liberties of the people, though the .
1 r."Ir the Boston Statesman. -
and Havre, represent From the -
Liverpool Tories had never shown themselves half so badly disposed NOTICE.

'\CI.fnll11( dull. At Augusta, Nov. 51h, the quo- to the rights of the people as the \higs. (tiear NULLIFICATIONin Coffee is all the gow now. The first thing that Six eek3 after date application will ,be mufti

08 rIct a Inferior new, 7 to 7 12. Fair, 8 hear.) Since last he had the pleasure of meeting the in parvo.-The eloquent Catholic! Bish- fixes the eye in tile price current, is coffee T! and by Joiathun Robin-.m to the
|puin3rc fur Radicals on thuse plains, the haughty Lords had op of Charleston was invited to a public dinner '' the last object it lingers upon i i.s coffee If you I chiding justice ior '
3 1Prime,8 3.4 to theC.::nty I.! Gad U-n lor !letters of AdniiniMra-
1.-i. Good, 8 3tl throw out the Whig Reform Bill,' and yet, for all given at Sumpterville to Judge Smith and General i i listen to a- group of conspiratots, why the only-I j
tJ lhat. he did not see any of them crying for its sad fatt.l Blair. The Bishop, in his reply to the invitation, ''I'''' word that becomes audib'eis' coffee If you hear: tion 01 the estate of John Lines, dec'd. late ofsaid .j

CdtS. (Mr. H. lur, iustitued a parallel between the fate thus expresses himself: ,'t'of any man's snavirig made a good speculation, County. January 17th 1 32. 22l"wWe !

White has again called the attention of nf the Reform Bill, in a tory about a brick, a child, I have been told that after eleven years close :.: why ftis m coffee It any one thinks of getting ,. are authorised tIl1(1l1l1ceJ.un:, M'NKILI. 1

C'lt. the claims) of the citizens of East iind the moon, which was so extremely applicable and study ono observation of constitutions; to support married in the cold and extravagant time, it is I' as a candidate lor Surveyor, 'for Leon Ct '!-tv at I

ml'rt'ss I"to ans"er to ari'solutiouofleied b-y our uwn sprightly particular, to say partisans nothing of looked its humor more, that than even usually his which 1 have four times pletlijed my solem O.-UD, .: upon the strength of coffee IfanyonepreacMws :i the election. in. February next. 23tde. .... ;,

fIttla. copies of a correspondence sn-ave.) He had been studying ever since he had left that because I happened to have been born under .I against intemperance, his text is cohee 1 HIP substitute : -.
requesting it i is coilee !-the antidote coftee t the ,... I OIt S$ lL E .
Dl'tqpltt" of Georgia, and other papers *bncl\tslerwhat degree the lug Reform Bill would a dillerent Ibrm of government, is extremely I I in :is A,:

\; Mho Governor has been be of service to the working classes, in case of its dilficult, if not impossible, for me to comprehend I.i of salvation coffee! 11.any measure of intermil .A negro girl, an exceli: it 1tltbe I't&,.aut, ;ihnit lit'

reJtire tl) our Ixmmlary ', a message )aSSigiflto aaw, and had not been aule to discover the manner in wnich our wheel within wheel : improvement i is recommended, a cup of coffee j ji is 16th rei-H: of iir. For further particulars :..Pi1hrat !

lJIu1U'l I by the President to Congress, giving that any benefit.cpu4 ari:e to them from it. He was ought to work.' This may probably accjunt t for i one upon which tariff and auti-t.arit1--free trade this office.TaUahs'.ssee.

t-.In: ini."malloll. TJ.c subj'ct ?** been feat to the House of Commons by the WUI king classes the inability WHich I could never surmount, of understanding t American system-State rights and Nullification, Jvjttary17th 1932. 2-22 rFO1UAL1

thcJl-irnl! committ.-e ; and the of: Preston, because they tht'ughtthathe wovdd advocate the pe.ceiul and effectual lemedy of : all unite, nem. con. with a snack; of inward gra- '- --
the : he had
their interests in that as faithfully as
rd : to givimj to eac'i! the indefinite number of Uate's, of II tulation. While we calculate value oj the L MON -
lwents tJrlicft.l to be priuterJ."il1lnlh- invariably done out of it, and that he had done alone, .
\ : remarks the OOGJ .11, ill our imd would continue to do, in spite of all the falsehoods which; our federation nngiit; ; consist, an ?Heclual : let us ever bear in mind how deeply we A Plantation one mile above St. Marks, on tie

ii..tiCt1. Whites :su.d a;aios: him by the pu'oltcPress, which was paid negative upon the acts of a Congress, in winch I are indebted to the eloquence oi" coffce.IN. tOast side of the river, containing bott SO yore

11f. 1. Ijy the Whigs out of the secret service money to hue. each of them had its equal representation in j the B.V1' do not mean Rye Coffee, such as There are ten acres of improved l land, n Hot-, - (Loud clie rs.) Notwithstanding all tnese at- Senate, and its popular representation in the other is served to travellers at the plendid new Hotel and an excellent! garden. There is a considerable!

Mr LOVK.-V: r:!u-iii.'.* upon the adoption lacks: h.j was now in Manchester, surrounded oy 2vOCH, ; house-and that no mention should be mate ol I in New Haven. quantity of Live Oak.-The titles will be .

l.IIII.II1: ; ropealnij the ono of the last I Il" itf hU fellow fuljjectts, and lit he look allY worse in this negative, or allusion thereto, in the const*lu- tied-Persons wishing to purchase wii apply tu

{? : rpt .ituiuert: !Hog the Govern or for re- health, orapjiearance than" when" .I he was addressingthem lion nseif. Neither could I see, when a sptcitcmtille From fie New-York Courier and Eiiquiicr.( TIMOTHY M'CARTY at St. Marks ARTHUI Gix.v,
before. Cries of Sol lies break no *
( no ) before ol procuring a convention of the States, France atdlhe United States.-In L.c last debate or to the Subscriber at Quincy. S. F. JONES.
But would ask those
1..1:111WU1. hones eercainiy.; ; he now
:11' thc regulated the l federative instrument, how it ; in the Frenui Chamber of Deputies on time questlon Tallahassee: Jarimmar17th 1832. 2 1w
L -:'id tlat h,* xvii P1>0"" tl re- liimifever had done an t ling cun rar.Lotl.elHllr.s & _
:ijr : classes Cries of coiad lie constitutional, to say that any: nile state of abolishing an hereditary peerage, M. Jay, BY Virtue of of FIFA
nl'i ut' Gofin.i D-U-al, that: he be- ui tiit wording litno, }cs, a writ to me drectri', I
:: | : ,.,-nt the ofivr yes.") CUIJ:! iiu-.e: the power of 1i.l:cing tins remit"Ith fornieily one one of the editors of Le Const iu- shall Wednesday the 1st day of February ncut
tlf resolution
j 1.| t.v ' rhe pt't't' .\Ir. Hunt h .r observed those present \\h ) were ot out v' *' "iid of ( ie CllcurretluIIII.Jer: of her sisters.. : Lionel," win) alvocoted the duration of that law ; expose to sale t for cash, to the :aighc-bt bidder, l-'-

tll". ,.,.f ...1. I" -'ti tnouiiiiv. him, was not .I opinion t..aL ti.e; Whig .iiiistry were unwortny o; Still .t.. ., c-uii.i understand: tai; it was ClJl1si tu- replied; ill the following language to Gen. Lafayette fore{ the door of the Capitol ail the ngl.t, ta.>.
of Legl"l.ttion, but I eonlideucc from the would ine sanio tKMJil 11)ier. to plice iicrseif m state ol'opposi United .
(Id! :tfl un;) .1' i'1.I.I" any people signny a who had Veld up the Suites as an claim, and interest of LIONEL FLETCHKI: te a / i
.ti'anliJ: :: .-xjiressliic; Mews of the I IJ) ir Idinj. up iheir hands. This display o: 'nob tecltng tion to fir .ginc-al act ; until her l'l'CI.t1ill* II example of the nutility of hereditary honors. of Books levied on to satisfy an execution in! !:'iror
It' ith was as'IC'arrtcu! u Mr. Hunt's! saliMuc.ii.n. borne: should! beconii paramount u) t-ie reluctance ol her No i is better than the illustriousGen.
.' onseqMCtitK$ togeih/r \ one acqmnted of Robert and Henderson M'Cay. Sale \.iia:
arl j ., wrtl
,, : here ci led out, Lord li rey-ahl; use
person associates. h-iwevei tree to CUUIC that.1
urn .s, with that frte and hospitable where
called country law.
the hours
[ ,. of the executive ." The prescribed by
i.i ( utn-o none ol your Sjl.xcknig! t ld Hunt alter i' a. ; peoue -
: ? ot 3Ijindicster, A\ir. ii out C-'lilivi lied, are now it is possible; ii.i1 genea government, sustained; uy ''he acquired mrc glory, where more splendid A. A. FISHER, d.m., for

tJtJ .'t tb If t.hppr"hat.on.II' : ,stigmatized as mobs, when they meet geter! 10 ex- a majority. ol Lc \.\: 1I.lght1o'.ate tie constitution t triumph was decree 1" to him than ever a citizen T. E. RANDOLPH, ma:

ui'u-t; .tuJ )I It. L., tor this reason i pr"t*their opini.iIs. It was HIllY three iiuiii'his .I plaaltliey or that under ustbrms they nugatruinously : I warrior obtained, a aiore glorious! triumph than January 17th 1832. 2:;.U

rn'lt1:: -' -o'.utnui: should opperate \ash- Avcrc complimented as '11..-tlHJdJle people oppress tue mmoni. In such a case, if"re- I c\"crawaitccll'uulus Emilius or the Scipios, for t DOCTOR_CRAIG. ---

the I ( I earth. He waSmlbniseu iiui the t1'il.lce shall Jail, nature, the law-s- of society, followed him but world
i.I: ';\ .11 favor ot t Jt\S. renppoii.tisient on the face 01 tlic[ I mOll I no captives in chains a Respectfully infiirms the citizens of Tailalias.-: .
theG"l'fllor \ anncd Unions for the purposel and tse; re jatiois; of heaven, would him with lll' ctliction It .
forming made lice
for ,.ne, !110 :.iil.! he wa unwilling 'hat \ Jugs were j even pro- gu-etnl is and; Leon County, that he has rrmovd from i-s
Ihe LJ If Jiat was the case, ho tnouglu I eilcctu-il altei native. I trust Las sail! tb is : ".
should j be IMIOPLD upI' or pulled I canying Ciaim pi true, as lie ; t democracy powerful I fiirmer stand, and has now taken the oilicu! n uKly ,
: ha: the radicals had quite as much right to ilr01, lo I that neiiner.u nor your children's! cmidren, viilever and stable in live Untied States but it is :
JHHVS :vy ..inlit of the \ ouneii th/it it was Bill, as the bi;&, f>r wlru was sauce f,r '* i occupied by the kite Dr. Akin.
carry Wt to resort tiieiclo. accordance with
I \c their institutions aie m only
fli.iiiiM:: ''' I ;i-nt that ho fairly! and boldly meet the I"JSC0 saacfor the gander lie old no: alliSl. their! but wilh their feelings: and chart.c- January lUth 1532. 2111I

ihicharg s a-aint him, and rest his < Louis: \ the racicaib to arm tlit-inselves: : he wished th-jni to A ieitor !lias been adtnessid byV.. II. Crawfonlof ter. opinions, Persons inueht.-d! ; to thesuh crilcr an rts.-;

'Jits merit nut carry t'.eir' 1J1ca..hrpcart'LI ; but if the \\ hiisconspired 1lJ :)1r. (. J. Inger&oll; of 1'mla- I fully requited to ('aUl1d settle their atvoi':tiseitner
ent own ,
iori-arpui' upon t : together, the radicals must unite aU '. tie iitj:, Their character is plain, grave, austere, un- I 1)lwk
objects. similar! delphi.i, m giCU he gives nij testimony in t favor I kind of adni'ss or rather a reserve or oti.erwi
P.U. f.'SJII.-MOU guided by p\rt intended :o propose to them a tlan .f union to presedvith a I' FREDERICK
? TOWLr.
would beulv had of tHe C'Misiittituinalitv. usefulness o iiiuBank.We which i : in their public: solemnities : -
1i he said, he thought sheIXrU! -ni L'nionhe planned VI.e: in prison peiceptiblj even '
:; '
I Jamnr I7:. 1.31-!!. '.,l"
ataiued h\ the adoption of this n0iiitKtutlKn (a. i! person being a member. paying a subscriptionlit .1I subjoin it. I or s' n eeiin s. A rtli: : ;iois: feeling reigns -.-----; .-. --_ _
should I < peniiy per v.eck, and let them choose .. olfi winch he
beture the House, and call him a seijeant if they .iimk proper, and whenhy DEAR SIR-Your l'.i
tote lor.TV I' : Ueomc onehindrt.. stroni, let the clutt otHeer of thc bj'iK of li.e Uiti ted, St'-ites, has been leceived since proved i .I\Il)1S. Pleasures: II.(.t., imrelmartt.C. !I,('. : the plartation! : of Captain Tl-omas Br.)\vnifiated ,

c tt'rHlt'.l1. Capuan or a Ctnturion. He hojK.d vii y I I i by tilt due course of mail. The opinion is common to all. In that country, e' oii ::-, upon l*>ke J-'ck-on 1-2 ii'i'es: distant I -::1

ni fjtisabc corrcsjtfiu'cnt' of the London would ci iisidcr of the plan he had broached and firnny -tiic:. 1 i loimed ol tile COIISIHlltlllllalit.alldl". .' l'e- ; tlnni is sacritictn:: to utility, the arts of' mutt- : '1'iil'ai.u-Mf.: Theiejic --.O I. cres ofelsa; t
wishci .!
Moruii: !!.' t urotuclo, O. P. U.. .ntimics his tetters to i uni'C together, aud by-and-by their fullest without doubl diency of tne li'tik l of tHC Uaitod Stales wuen J Jwas t '. ry tiontind there no irenial soil!, but respect fsr the! ; Ilrdl! ribic"nv od! b-ri'din:'* o; tnkind-"..(' -
list be'reaiiz II' Bill! would
1 he
thai u with unabated tjiirii and talt-rt. ; should a pass I
I''ir.i candle and a inembei of the Senate, was tue 1'esuit (,! a laws for the I true social principles injja vviy ;!.I-.':; :tr('lo"iir.'O.i'ous! c tHou hi(.?: --
Kin them loaf ,
addressed to that would cheap soap
1:8 met tmr CT-1S give u
-\iu' jtlst ; 11u1. >.
of of the LJ. ; .1 trt mate .. l .'* : imrediu'HICMAKD '. .
Wilium J IV, and contains Uiefollim ing tribute to the Ha. duty irte. fie intended. in the first wetk of ihe Xi/ei'til examination tilt constitution prevail ana produce the most admirable e cct a g. s N on t1"l'li or '
Its oe'ore the House of Commons States made \ 'it1 lOU t a uy preconceived i tin between their institution ) :. CALL,
there rnoviv
pw-e} :!! and insiuution (.f the I'nitid:'.3H'S. quotiliitii next session to bring I I There i. perfect
*ill si rve to how that, not\vithslondin! all ihe subject of taking nfl the Assessed taxes, and the ; opinion is iecorded in two .sju'ecnes wiuca i I I : -. their eiir--ct'-i! tn\r! : morals: their habits K.UMONDB. YASS.

tliCBwq) >.'utaii iis which hav l been uttered a ua:: n>t duty oil malt, and sub.-! inning proportional property. I mad1. Iii Senate in the year 1S11. Since ti!at tnnt I even their prejudices! and the law:. Attorneys in flict, t tbr Tiiomas llro.n.TallaiJ3sse .

of things which llows from our fr e in- From the Aluxaii.j.ia aettc. I opinion lemains unaltered. I was ecietry ol tht '"l"iltof rtpiib..can:; manners and institutions to a

sii'iUUuiis: htslild, and must -mimic to have in a yet A coNTno\ ADJ\.TU-Filim an exchange ol)f treasury more than CI.Tllt11":0' w and during-.1 thai I nation like oirs: fund to idolatry! of the art, of cO1ON.JOEPi .

"lIUtr d p-ee, a powerful; in influence ou the other notes, copies of which apj cir in the Nntior.-Bl Inielhgencer ] I time I nad ample I eviieicc! of the 1 great utility ut : the: enjoyments of the imagination to a people: ;; .
Mdcii" Ilk mixed rh with the it seems there was ,.\( dangi-r: of seme per- tl.C llJllk or tile L'niie! States, IIi managing thc : martial by instinct, passionately devoted to theI -
world lorn inaj.-My itite las quite oiou kn-tw wHat the &oiidl t-.ilair btt'..CCII the lion S. I. AJill r am.1 thtHon. : fiscal concerns of the U 111011. llilse glory whic'i: follows in the tract of the conqueror -
d'.trins thirty years, to I
Thy ditfIculy :
iwHi'iiujhir.k! ) : of Kaisrs, and ft-ol about Ivinjrs ; and J an.e'S Blair, both of South Carolina.mutually used I :am persuaded that 110 man, whatever: his preconceived and who pass t-o lightly from enthusiasm
certain ,
from expressions
li w
awl inihit-nce; and wealth, and courtiers, andcrcavirt in the course June of a been political cngajrcd controversy in the public in papers. treasury one year, withOut 1 being deeply nnpres>u; L.tiDD

's about them, t-j keep their heads alHivc wa- gentlemen But to perceiby I.subjoined .sia'.chient with tl.e expediency ol tie Bank oftue Umtei From tho Richmond Compiler.
ve are pleased
11.f lJurJl the last quartt r of a century ; and I am1iu'ii that the miscr.nceplions h.i'xc been n-moved, awl I Stale**, in conducting the linances of the Union REPORTS.-The N. V. Evening Post Will pm chase 400 bales cotton. As it is fir II c .
di-pi>.itd let believe! that your ajes.y, as an hotll"l I which I Northern market and the best ;
hat the allair kb cu amicably well as honorablyadjusted ) The provision &q the constitution give the death of Mr. gqrBal{ qnI't\:
i !s.ti'.or! has very often been as diutd'th ) I : Congress t-.e 1"' 10 pass all laws winch may hinecessaiyati.j'V'operto of Monday la-t, reports. will be prefered. He has erected a large and cot -
UK it"hlu'c! dissolute conduct of Kin;s, a"any 1S31. the Randolph as follows : and is rd
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10th carry mttietlect etui- venietit ware-house at Magnolia, prcpt:
(if Y'iur irot ninji Jmajliu!>.y's present subjects O. or ma} slJ' appearing to the midcrsunc'lih ttheotlcnshc remarks i.erated lp : ,ers i gives Congiess the light to }pass "A member of Congress from this State to do all kinds of Storage and Coiim'ission bi.. -

c4rrC&pOIIdeUt, iu Go,". IViillci's "v hich sire quotnl5y his in the mail advances in if i"
And p"rhiis v>iir majesty is also aware, thai the publioation thc4rf.iVtbliiiunless a law most proper'to! carry who passed through city stage ness-will make cash require.
''UlI1JIC] d tirf;? Cnitcd Mates of America, has !>eui t;'-n. Blair, were used in reply to certain which ciprts- into etiect Hie jo.wer to collect and distribute revenue this morning on his: way from Washington, three fourths its value on Cotton deposited n ih

cr;: daiiser-os to al'",lutc Monarch and absfilutc si.iiiscoulajnc.l in (:t'n. Blair's btinj}"ublirat deemed ion hin arc: should he excluded by that pio.'ision.! Tin mentioned that it \va.s currently reported at I him for shipment. He will ship to Boston, New-

G,.\... .nifiits ; fir h\sc Atlantic Republicans havt to tVrred be as susceptible to by Gov. Miller of an ,/lFeii a- >ive; interpretation by ai opponents ot' tne constitutionality of$ the Bank, the seat of Government that the Hon. John York, Baltimore, Charleston, or New-Orleai s.
F' '', t\en: c':id cit, tip :Uh, and lecp, andtiuliKu undersignedIn. stress the word necessary, contained Magnolia, January 17th 1832. 22tfFRESH
b. \ those, he i. called on to explain, and the place great upon Randolph had been killed iii a duel by Mr. "
,, \.. Mnd hf>.n' ?, nid fire-sides, an-l CJirif. -- )*; fully satisfied, l.y the assurance nf G .\. Blair,, I in the gram of! power, and insist that nc of Thy challenge i it wa.ssaid DRUGS & .MEDICINES
rH. I i't allliw"'p' "s ano iraue, comUK' Chubb Virginia.
p. that in his publication he inteinled to animadvert, only I law can be) necessary, but such, that without Just received, a large and complete assortment

flu fT 'a- n':. a-rutl-nre jUlt.lI,. an.ual.<-'.!unavy;ts wcli, and as liuciU army weight, and i-pon the political conduct (,f Gov. Miller, and not to I I which the power (.OUtlWlt,! be earned into etiect was sent dy Mr. Chubb, in consequence Mr. : of fresh drugs and medicines which will be sold,

.' i.1tC imputations aguinst I his honor and veracity Now this construction to me to be indefensible. of sori.o offensive- expressions used by bvJOSEIHLADD
1n .e world. \11n 1.? itb! <;: .. and moral), and lirj any appears wnolesale! or retail, low thr cash
'('.< -, and UI'l"IlIr.e :iie .irts anU stienccand, havtiSuT8 as .' gentleman ; and being also satisfy, by the assurance It does seem to me, that the words ne- Randolph in relation to the election of a reresetitative ->- Drvggi.\I.

p. .m.i i ani' f.i'cirs, and the joys iMtl delicacies defensive of Go,'. and Miller) not, that intended his cxj to rrt..siuns charge Gen were, I cessary and proper" (tu\lotexcludea law that is to Congress from Mr. Randolpn's Magnolia, .January 17th 1832.

j; 11tll'll i', .m.i iJltl : an.ul, and *i\i!iziJ) ;.K-ieiy purely commission, of act which would d... mos't proper to carry the power into effect. Yeti District." PA.CKRT
ai 1de .. ; .; n.'o".I:1.11; IV-: % n.. KISI.! If anvmi Blair with niy ho- the tlflCOflStittltiOlihlitV of the Bank can be pronounced REGlTLA
j from his character as a Uiun of honor and '. The N. Y. American gives it on authority -
tftur l..r : 'lI.1d" r.r a"\ t.\\I:. r ft.O'Il ,b. "a.j, rotate thf only that cll truction. It does appear [
.. I I.:. ty, arc of opinion that the difference between scttentleiiicn upon of from Philadelphia, TO NEW-.YORK.
f stai e
: \III.ric..", 1. ll"o'1.| ,*>- in VOI'r niatitjst. thi-ir mutual to me that the framers of th* constitution a passenger f

.- .)! in j 1.(- L..:tl'll l -1;Hf' ti! peojilc M'l. .H kr.nw lodgement will be honorably of the correctness adjusted of by this statement.WM. never could have intended to exclude the passage I that Mr. Randolph "had been killed by a llr.Stubbs. The good and 1 last sailing schooner JJamel \\.!>-
r"'' !>*i ua.ii.y; : ,\> I n I'IiI ihf-ni and ll.a "11" (!.lY LEWIS and Delta H'UT.will
**Wothf -. .. ,. DRATTOV, representing Gen. l lair.t. of a law mos-t proper to carry a power into etiect, ster, Captain Captain ,
hi'ns: :(ni, 'jj.u Ann-re'the IN'publir.itlllna wiil 'Ucir.e Ki'i..a,\1.:
YacquicMc in the correctness of the above state- another law. My Cln .l Hctioll of the grant ol ment Mr. CRUMP,] present sejson.
rca; lIud'i! >n in .ts "I'U.' enenij', ju one wlm wcnlJUtfuh by [qr as was most probably
awl t., t'.jy.' {'u1:1.1, do'by hint: rs y "r hnc- mem. power to pass all laws which may be necessary the repOit is incorrect. Mr. R. has neither Freight or passage may be secured by aprF-!
f ;; t'li !h. 'hei'did: !; JAMES BLAIR, the enumerated into ellect, includes tion to lIessrs"llJiams & Harriman New-York,
III1I' Ly a j 1'( rb' n nar.iid Kmirinell MILLER. to carry powers been killed by a pistol ball, nor the thrust ofa
tu> the 1Jt:11 ,.lId (n.*.. hi.i trri .c. : S'iEPHEND. the power to pass L all laws .vhicnare necessary : or to Joseph Ladd, at Magnolia.N. .
small sword in the abdomen. He is as alive -
II I enumerated B. January 12th 1832. The schooner
and powers
HEXJ.I It.:;-T ASH 1...; 1. .-: \..-FJcnrv Hurt is. I! ISFIxr. \.-This spirit chastising and beau into ellect proper in the most carry perlect and comple manner, as Sir Peter Teazle was, after HIS reported Delta, is expected here in fifteen days.

rlt"., :,1:" .1 1hr..1.:!. tilc t."t'I"I1:" 'i El1da"d : 11.hti.J .\- : lil(> iijr ci,alciiuc, which has given rise to such love violent and not in an incomplete and imperfect manner.I duel.-There has been no duel, and we January 17th 1832. 22tfNEGROES

; .11' r'p't': -\" t-inf I11C .Vi ; '." : and t.'IIII. 3.11:111 nAay: exuralion in the city of brotherly of the FOR SALE.
have not seen a complete develojjcnient no challenge.
". : ;' HI f"t'U' ", a rzy .1:1oll: 11.I ". P' ".;.:,, .11 tllc j printJl"t' and (.\\ 1l'H', has extended its malign iiithienceto that suspect Children. For &c.
President's of Bank. It is possible by 1IenYomen and terms
a -
plan '
] ; .1 t'II' I .. nillfC01111: t! I' :,! 'r.111 1.1"1'01 ... and environs where it is extensively or- u
: .
,.}tt.J..t.\ : Ti; '\ .tk:1i. (' ,. "", a c. :IL\-"l our niakingin its attacks no distinction his plan the transmission of the revenue may be tP Dm @t\ aTtwx apply to the subscribers L. A. Thompson, Esq. ..

tn11 !l', r .m h''llIi. .l!c d.." ". ppir tn Ihc: a1riod prevalent, and 1 condition. 'Ti.s a fearfulvjsMation 1 eflected, but the safety of the public deposits cannot or Jl: Monroe of this place.

01'' ..1 itIt-e,!: 'J}11'111""Uf.. !. tin BOIiMII : iicUvtrn jure sex l is and their na- be ellected by the President's plan. The advantage ARRIVED.Schooner 22tf E. W. ADAIR, Adm'trix.
; gven.llOllv sneezing,
((''lntl1,. 11 .he piy' 'I11t!! c.Ii1I1n. : t..JI. r:1t, ,i.i I'oU.i' converted into blowing of this security to the public fefmcalcula- In the Superior Court for the Middiee District

( : ...lM., ii .:- 11.: It JJI' :L1-rtt;'zitz.11ex1 Misotg-.tiiK ti(1Tl1S.VC: are have beard blast after so many blast repeated, ble. It ought not to he reiii. u ;.cd,. unless it can Cornelia, Cester, .New-Orleans. if( Florida, Leon County; October Anno Domini

it h31i p" p.-d \1: in the atmosphere
rrd .. f"Hll1. Ili"l; ill'II.. .' .; ,. some actually! producing a concussion MARKS.
t'I'.1fi .jn: i i ia \\1 : States is unconstitutional.This ARRIVED AT ST. ZACHARIAH JERKINS
the explosion ,
likened unto J
> iyi.jLtrjfUj oil iw t live lilt ('it t.t. niti- which may I*; New-York.
; ; UJ- showl1.r.1 -
I satisfactorily Bright
think Tallahassee
of :in arsenal, or the rmptionof a volcano pouring ,cannot Brig against ) In chancery. .
speeches are recorded and can be republishedif MARTHA JERKINS.
'VEI'XFSflAIov.. 2. forth reams of lava. Kolus bun.1 -
impetuous The contain the result ot the best LAND AND NEGROES FOIt SALE. and
of the Marshal by
he necessary. It appearing by return ,
Hex tV 'I-JT TO A'AVC 1Ir..j :m--A--- i--dinj to the) -(.1 ; when with his cuspis, or spear inferior, gave at- investigation I was able! to give the subject. I am PURSUANT to an act of the Legislative :iffidavit filed, that Martha Jerkins does not reside -

L.fllrjun..ej lhnt ', II! f.1I tlw ".Lt1.", ii.I I ihc inend i \isit i t'f (-ijn>.ss to the 1 pent tip uii.da) excited bid defiance to persuaded I could not improve upon it now, il I Council, the subscribers will sell on the premises ; within this Territory. It is ordered, that if
tl 3Iuuh
I stcrt and) :'nnupljal cut:j' PIU'I"o- ifutspbriic phenomena, incc ours which tract of land belonging
loU I of wri- had the means of investigating the subject, on the 15th February, a the said Martha does not and answer thojomplainants
; givcii hit! I' his tiaitis.uthe calling At the moment our !
jn- placid routriKinces. in Leon -
) : the estate of Doct. Will. Argyle, county. in
[tlInsthClllhc PullHnll'lIhm.f the workinrbssesjvJ nasal titillate a sort of at- 1 have not.I to bill on, or before the first Monday

,: LoJY'/'II TIIC.t..l iy 1 lat i ,lonl1t| 'half I p.t.t. twfhe: cni ting at-cei we expeiicncc theinviincib.c a l of a loud clap am, Sir, your friend. &c. Situated in sections fourteen and fifteen, I April next, the said bill of complaint and the nia-
piecusor; North and
WM. H. CRAWFORD. :Township one two, be taken
11',11tUf'btruli. ilieirroad I f: tl''kJelrt, 111 thunder. Hut we must have patience ; ers: and things therein alleged, will pro
)' of 'eioiil of
f'I1I1'drlr MM!;::!'I..l1t.1' orator, tIlt fialri-'t accr-m- IK to the winds !" The CHARLES JARED INGERSOLD, Esqr. at. the same time, seven Negroes, consisting jonfesso aud decreed accordingly ; and it is fur-
patience and
th ) ti. \.;;'!i" of .11t| TAf.AND BOB-TAII. O! they f'ayprlch : Men, one Woman and Children-Household ,' her ordered, that a copy of this order be published -
k tu\"ttJlu' tlllll..i.t, j j art. 4f the \vtn Kin: rl scus following is recommended as a good proscription Ol From the National Journal. Kitchen furniture; the crop of Corn, Fodder, in some newspaper in this Territory once a

&tthl'ii !al "'<' t.inticii; ill the factories. Theez1ht.r CURE IOR THE IN..I.tJ.NZ.\-Jut one ounce The United States Gazette announces the death Plantation Tools, the stock of Cows, Mules, Hogs, week for three months succc \"ely.
) it down to1idl
of this t1lii..H derabcdisanrc! liquorice in one pint of water, and boil substantial road
mit-d and
oa : ,
of Stephen Girard, Esqr. in the following paragraph and one riding Horse; a good A true
1'kirtg "
i ul> the nr..d on both sides, by linkini: their a pint ; when cold, add one ounce of para- and Carryall-Also some Musical Books.Time copy

, t tOfthtr. Twu lands (ii IUUMC attended uponf Hjonc. Shake or stir it well, and take two spoons : task of announcing Wagon of Land contains (240 acres, about Teste
, 'Ve have: this morning the painful tract JAMES S. LINN Clerk.
mirij arium'ier' IIf flf and banners, bearing the lull three hours. If the patient has pain in tine condition for ,
4l every and in
( Girard cleared
'' the death of Stephen 90 which are
: dlV fl.p 11.'o'nl'ti"l1s, W 'iS.UVrJ \\Vrkiiii.p ; banker of this city, who died yesterday afternoon cultivation, situated
i (4rra P.ilitical! Union of the howl of white balsam tea, on going to bed.-Miner's amid
neighborhood. THE heretofore -existing
A banner, with a potrait of the Man of theforoof1 ) between three and four o'clock. in a healthy and agreeable Copartnership -
eipl1 *'tl the lsf>ription, See ihe conquering Journal. Mr. Girard was, we believe, a native of Bordeaux The terms will be for the Land, a credit of one trading under the firm of ANDREWS & BUI'LER"is

I Tl t.a"ncs: Here j is attachment without intTes.. From -the Globe. in France, and, at a very early period, he and two years, with a deed and trust on it with this day dissolved by mutual consent.

: OI't' the People is the \'U i cof God, and \:stdo : embraced a sea-faring life. He came to this country approved personal security-for the Negroes, ALL, persons having claims against the above

J: benbeyed.ft. Anotl-sr) Viror nnd determination willVouPSU I Report of the Secretary of the Treasury.-It a considerable time before the American Revolution Stock and other things, a credit of twelve months concern are requested to present them forthwith

i n 5' No cn|? hii1' Annual Parliament, i will l e observed, that in making his report, the and resided in this city for upwards of for all sums over thirty dollars, for that sum and to A. C. UtoTLEit, who alone is duly authorized

\ f IWv llot. nnd Ul'versal Suffrage. A quantity i secietary of the treasury relers to the act of Congr"h fifty all under cash will be requred.-Bonds with approved I 10 settle'the! same, and those indebted to the late

; of Au 1lag. and pictures of the scenes of he I6'l. I s which} makes it his duty to report upon what years.Up securities ,will be expected in all cases. firm are hereby notified to ccme forward and set-

1.r tl"d'11 guit* 1818, whhflajs; lcarin"" the numlxrs of I I'i ta\-'r coiicenis his Department ; and expressly dedan'S to the year 1811, Mr. Girard was exclu- Persons wishing to purchase land are invited to lie with him, who alone is authorized to receive.

4Tu5 1ct.s1. '1 Ie U' : ; made up the romj I'-ment tin :! that ** the performance of the duties thus 8J\"ely'enchanged in commerce, which pursued see it. JOHN W. ARGYLE, '. debts-due the firm. H. R. W ANDREWS.

., 11etrk40,.. the exception of each member wedrinanrriv'n enjoined, by law, on the secretary of the treasury, with unwcared'and successful industry. But KITTY V. ARGYLE, ..qJnzr' A. C. BUTLER.
1 Upun commitment of other when the Congress of that vear committed an act : 3U 1832. 20 ittsODt'ED.
Tallahassee January
I; 1J. ?at the puce i t<.-intrd for the meet in? mpliee! however, no each any being left af f aljjxjst political suicide, by destrying the chnrI January, 1833, 2:1 ,
ltT1IrIefleiits which had been mnde on the spot j i Department of the Government, '. ,


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.', ,, LIST of letters remaining' in the Fresh Drugs, Garden 3. G. & N. BATOX.EN, FRESH GOODS.! 1- .J _- :L.... ,.

: ffir" a' CV-tiiKy:, Florida, which if net ta- I .
SEEDS & A V E received late urrivals "
i \ kt.. ... 1 l-y the fr4 of April next, they will be sent to 0. II just by -
Buckwheat FLOUR
from New-York. 10 half Barrels ,
c 114r ,. ,H'ra1 psi rfficc a: dead letter
Hi : Bli-dl Thomas Burnett JJm sB., 20 Fly market Family BEEF,
-, "uu Philip, E. B. PERKINS "Beet TONGUES
( :.idd'.e John, Campbell: Alfred! C-* Is*"c, Clark s"
John R. %V., Clerk Superior Court-2, Edwards! Ki- H AS rtectretby the late arrivaisirora JSexv-1 ork 2000 Pair Ncjrro shots and Brogtn!, 5 Kits, sounds and Tongujs,

I' ram East hi Mrs., Ea: *tm I'hmuas. and Baltimore, a large supply of fresh Medicines, 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fust:.ins, 10 Kegs Gosaieu BUTTER,
Fhkc Williaiu Dr., Fhhcr Alford, Fletcher Chris- atiduj/aardsof 170( papers of garden seed from H. 500 Do. do. Wollen Cloth and Satinett?, 10 Boxes Fresh Bunch Raisins,

tl'lh'r., C. Landrcth-Also, Thermometers,Spirit and Syrup 100 Do. do. Point Blankets, 10 Prunes,
U. L. Hydrometers-SocheromctcrsProuts patent Corn rubbers 100 Do. 8" LondonBrown Stout
Ge'>r-e Jnson-2, Gill>ett Mary. IIrris-- Rose & Duffile do.,
c 'UUlbrdil1itin, Humbert Lev t is, llarn Eir.ily: Mu* and beautiful and much approved article fur the 20 B.Ucs Domestic Shectings & Shirtings, &:. 10 Casks Cheese,

; 7 Jcrmjan Daniel, Johnson Mary Miss, James K.P. cure of corns-Brag s }polshng: paste, fur cleaning 15 Dozen Woo! Hats, 2 Boxes Pine Apple Cheese. ADE and sold wholesale
plate! Britania &"., "Rose, Orange, Flower, Citron, 500 Piece Stripe & Pl.iid Domestic's, Received per sloop Splendid, and for sale by 1' and He
I *<*c*. Lavender and etc. Expected by WILLIAM G. BURGESS. tail in Frederick county. Md. by C
KlheIlarret MibS, Kilbi A- Cologrcsxvatcrs etc. 150 Do. Scotch Bagriusr. lIe
h.feH Th'l1r..s, the M''i.1.i! Carpenters Oil of Caii'l-arides. _....4Q...- Tallaha: cc, December 13th 1831. 17tf concerned in the Patent with Dr Jodkins. ntoa
nw d' 1. Mi.. The above Ointment i ia offered
Tallahassee Novonbcr 1st 1831. lltfES'r : to the public
I. VKC Willbm-2. From ..New-Orleans:, by the Schooner NOTICE.HAVING Fal j and certain remedy fur those obstinate q'Isome

J 4 M-Gn-vn Neal, Alburn Dtliit.11i1l'll Jane David Maihi 11 Y. NATIVE administered on the es of which have so long baffle-d the skill of dige meQ
.WJpi; Ucctor, MamlRczcn, M'lutyre Ienc, .
.t .\'.1.hl"r in William.r :: into the enclosuref the :-uu:cribcr on the 130 BhK WIIIbKEY, Henry F. D. Peters, of Madi 1st! White SwelIingof
C son County, deceased, I hereby give notice to all every description.
fourteen 50 do. persons
., ;11"fi* Eivrtk-2. : loth of December last a Bay Horse about Half do. old 2d Sore vgl and Ulcersof
Pjm -'al\1(:. IPaul Louisa Mrs, Paul John and a half hands high. His left hii.d loot is ino)( Kbfc} Supufir.c New Wheat FLOUR, having claims against said dec'd. to present tlum 3d Schirrusor! Glandular bog Tumours standing.
Ail i l l1tn II. his fort head. 100 Coil BALE ROPE to me for immediate payment, or they will be barred by pJrt :
M. Pony Bui re (Paranv-rc, whit':'. Ha a small! xxhite streak in -- those hardened tumours women's breasts
illte1Yil1i iUillLjp4wLI Supposed to be about twelve years old ; was appraised 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, st\tutc-all persons indebted to the estate will please times terminate in ulcerated eance whichofte

# 'IJ- j' I chinsJl1hnathn, Ricdon Ephraim, RaKrts: at :.30. The owner is reqiu-Mcd to conic forward, !10,000 Lbs. Middlings Si Shoulders &1C0IIhi .\ come forward and settle the same. 4th Felons, or wbat some people!know
ALEX. "WATSON Adm'r.s by the
t. William: Rolls Calcarm, Rolls Harriet M., RogersJoliu. prove property, pay chaises anti take him a\.?:. : (!.. Cui'tascd 1/11S, of Catarrhs of description.5th nane
C der. Ncxv-York the Planter Hotel
LEMUEL: HRFCE. 50 Boxes & Kegs best Ricluuond TOBACCO, street or at
t*;, 21Sw..EfJ 20} Do Porter JLE Tallahasse*, Florida, for the ensuing ten days. Rheumatic Pains of the joint?.
I .ft Fiiiiih: Joseph A., Scott Joseph.Taylor Tallahassee! January 10th lf.12 ,' 6th Sprains and Bruised of
IV.r- 13th 1S31. l7ew every
Diii Co or
10 Collins' & 'lXES
i H
J L. P., .\' 1U.L";,S' FOR HIRE. xvhatex part situate.Tih .
I II ion B.1SSIioT.MORE .
Under! *nM Constance C. REGULAR PACKET Tetters of all kind In this ,
; complaint
l Samuel Thai l Janes subscriber has several valuable HC '.' -a hidi. the p.
\VriJkt \1ar I THE tient applying the
I NEW GOODS. Ointment must I
will hire: for the .ut keep the
[ ] out pr a 'year.KENcErII out of P3.1
HI' WiJliams Drtic. "vfUpit. 'ro NEW water-

t t' .' ,< -_ ." V. > Ep.t. January4tlu 1S32. BEMBRY.313xx-: MONG the prcat variety of goods rerrivcd in this ; 8th Chilblains, or part affected by frost.

I 'fill lL'bT1C1d'. A this and 'which ofiVicd low for It ia also one of the best remedies for Barn
City, arc
; season, all
..J.1. W. 11A VID U'rupl'ctfully ten ORLEANS Scald! It the
:1i' & LL PrO having! claims the Estate >fjTSk. DIl. hia services in the several .dcp.utmt-nts cash, there xxillbc found, at the new !!ore of the ;ubscribir short time.! eases pain and dra\xa: the fire out j 5a.

la'cVilliam :. Ili chi,-, deceased! ill ; No. 3 Exchanne-ttrett, a choice l lot of fiiticy viI1E new and: substantial schooner
the : hisprofcssi'-n, to his frinds and the auxins: of ( .t"S- : For Inflamed Women's Breasts and
4 p autli-nti'-.Vv.'d : Cloths and Cassimer of which will Glandalir
Ii1. HoC tll probciit the same, properly j j1'or 'den County. He promise* pnHcul.tllty' ami faitl.filac.s tion. :, part they men- a. cunrLLC1pam CHESTER, having excellent Swelling, it is superior to any medicine yet knowo

; fcctii* nitm ; thr e in any i ite ind!tcd arc n 1I1I.i-; (!1 in ex'cry apjilk-atii.n, ami his chart: xx ill b: n.adc accommodation, will run during me present the medical faculty. It i is much safer than t
L .he] subs" itwr i is j jtlcMrouti'if blue Finished Broad Cluths
(.1) to tl.ll kc imiiiciliato payment a* : lie toc'-rrcitu-nd x\uh the hardn.'ss of thftinv ?. (1'Super. y.h.-t, crape do. scroll as a gular Packet, lwtweclfl: 101ia and applications! (as it does not contain the smallest mercury
olosinz 'tf tf'ih 'nt viihout'delay ;- : \\'f'ltri'.i1I', GadalcnC' Fli.ridj, Ja 1 :31 I lS352HfNOTICE. : i ) NVw-Orlfin Goods! will! lie taken on, or Ian. of any prenartion of tat! material. because atoq
1' i. Patent f1u11dVctof England Black! do. ) it
: RafiV av'rn. ( )
t1Le"l: I\ ded St. Marks if The *
.ay: at all at required. Captain, if suf- not lay the patient liable to injury from
f-r I do. line Olive (1. do do.
lL\\\-Dt1tG. A.-t-nt t ) uposQro
LEWIS l f'i intends remain I in
nily encouraged, to pcrrnanently
: I 'LI.4 haviiis: Kunii the citato oft inamon Brox- do.
thc Exl'C' :N' | pros do! ( n, cold.This
this trade and the attention b'usi-
I y.1 !ln !h I K12 ,-1;. t j jTSTTTriftuis _- _:, ;m1t'1 Culver dl'C\l., alfl.ein.* ted tn pn:&lll the Bottle Green, do. promises utmost to ; Ointment has cured sores of many years ...
n .ll.-ln?"C'I'. hn.'V 1 Hess entrusted to his charge. For freight or ing. Where it is
Mine x-.iihin the time limited by Hxv, or tiny \ ill 1-c Saxony blue\ do.Lu impossible or imprudent to heal
1 iviiuiinuiir: in tin I kh rd.. All }" 'rr'viia nuicbtcd to aid state xvill j-1.'jsein enicr Drab, and Dove colored Casrimcr?, apply to the Captain on board. external sore, in consequence of the bone l ftcomin?

I t 'J- _4 .Vis* iffice n' Ta.'. l't (-1d ht 31st iv :: 'Slk"1 ,' : it: ii! ,mrdiatcly., to E. feKHiAtr, athn'i. A xurietyof bilk VCMIU c, (new patterns.) Magnolia, Decemlwr 20th 1831. IStJnr.cAMERICAN can, us or roten, it will stop the progress of the cane/

; P -.tubei' 1 ,31.if 11"t. taku! "V. I v 31st : .ir. h u. v. !j I .'' tui' t..v l.h 1 1.,1..*. -'II'FOKSALhlOK I '.-'. Fiat handkerchiefs, Pungcedo.AYmte 110'1 EL.THE increase the quantity ol. the discharge remove the .

,HU1!l. tint to the 1 (.H ju' ;-.U' P.> Otli'-v rt< di'l ,1'1 I I Ii 1"T'. -. |: UKNT. and\ 1'uwcrav.tts, funsive rmell( and eae the pain. j

i OJ' A-Ames W. 11.1 _\tl :s ::i :1.uyl 1o&:;: .d! Danjd. i iB : ]\ }'.-.l.Ia.: n "0 Lakt J.M, 'l.-.i.u. toiibistiiv: of a- 4 Pozen fine fashionable! !linen shirts} cation It cures of 4S the hours.Rheumatisms worst. Felons or Whitloxv! oa an appG. ,-

f 1. i i.TJS.1' .u: oJ cn.* I I f -y.j n Kind, x\ uli tulcraHy cumitr (1') ) doGeateni'ns' BII&O!:,S, '
BalTDivil ..1U AJV-T-W: II. silk & Merino which have stood so long a* to 1 beCOIIIe
I.1I1"lbrc, half hoc
-Bl'. .loic !o: u-C eic. It biin,, he pl.icituitly occu- ,
t IJ-nry T!. Uli-xin'' >\ill, Branl I u.-., B.vdAhr.v.K I okdbyM'. .\rl l1 te\J. Fur terms!. t, .1,) Cot/nil and Angola I do a PJ stetuatic disorder. requires medicine to be taken itj
f '
B l 1."o Vii :il, Ur.tI'I111e! \, .-i i v. .. I PA I: LM'COIMICK. Sillc! and -iik Vclvtt Stock-, latest fashion xvardly! to remove them entirely. But ;in most conaoxu''

; 'l'\, IWtmn CharU-s: F.3, nli1is,'l.j.\, DL\1:1.i: J.uw.\'Y: !11jl! 1S10. 21tfSAVAIM'S In addition to the abme they) oiler a sj.Undid assort cases it will by applying this Ointment externally a* direct j

; Thin, IJ.-. : : : '"ill-lam ,,. mcnt of Rraily Jc Clothiur, manuf-ioti-d\ in the h- give relief And even in old people, & '
C-Cmm},!.cllliu-Ji L.. CuiTyJoItn, (CaMll! >..- : IAcAcEAAx1): VEKMIFL'GE.rg ,. test t'lp, the',\"rk and materialsnf: xxhich they warrant pains have been of longer standing u will ease tho

:wui, C.k'\vtlii.uton! N.,Clark William B., CrcomHardy Hli .u').,'1: tr 1.:1) : ft-: n al'l"i iitt..i: : s l lc: acut: ) in to be ieauinp.--.Cnnsi; :;ing of super blue, black pain.

t:4 B.J'n.a.llidu1'll.. !{11 Ji. Im-id.t, ior the S te: of S\\ Ul1.'; IVi.acca and I.t I. broxxn, Cin.uiic.u and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks, Subscriber respectfully informs his friends, To sea captains and masters of vosseU this ointmejt ;

f'0 ] \ ( x tnnifiv.. : and !Juniivntixcd a l hr"pply 'JfI t do I Pain, &(. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine! silk dittoVa'riicia the public generally, that he has rented the must be very valuable in winter on oar coast it beio; '-,

E IMward P. :I !brth.-1'! (.tn.4.- \.iluibc: mcdii: inc, now -ltor--> then! t for and Mf.neilks, all of xxhich they ill .s-.Il 1 :.arire comm-idious building on the West side of the ver; certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affected

t n.1 F-Firclur Gc:.rv, I'vmalc Education Soci.-, 4 ;j-jt'! the i public; : of the qualiti: jcs
!r J rnh-. J"di:.., FI.'UY.'iihim: j lIS i ifes! >, to -say any thiu.j I in itrdkicn! to xx'lnt J I Ins a I- :;ovcnbcr2d\ 1S31.] 14tf Downer. The House having undergone a thorough mates. ;

I. ham )hn, Giil'ULrc Pat >.', Gyl,,>'in -y1'm': (.'. : "Htinir th- Lit'tr, it never h.-xii. !.di1 ft. \ hitorson the 13th inst. mo't excellent medicine xxill be shewn to those who .'

ct (;4nu.jl. i in! tiiuil the jn.suit; tin.' it may be uccfb1 WANTED JOHN W. REAVES.TaliahaFee. wHi further information on application: to Dr Her*'

I 11-llo\\-u-d Da\l-J; liu i *_" Th iiwt I'.-2, Ii"4 nt.issf. : .,:t-y ;,.: W! tl!. lalli,', tu wht! e. WIbiut. it h"'. JJ! 'J1:&I: nC ;*ttr <&s ai !; N'ov. IP, 1831. too*. or to any (If his authorized a ents.

1: .'\ I HnilrtalJJar: ; .', U-.11.Hh" IloKtt.IIidi! Llv.tlaH '!-, :''';ll1-t 1 :: 'llallyl'pld: : i ddt.lll! t\il- in .:,i:'- cllhtrl"115 anti! ui'.ral }Jiabil. it. B. S- J. B. B. The above medicine old by special appointment of

i \.iH"I": n.t I 11l y Hctr.. lll_: fl.e!, I'y..utl.rry..r B..wdl. C'! !&, Ci.; : 0: FOR SALE. the patentee and xxarranted frpnuine.
I-lanka ('..uc, :>; l\y 13, ,'j-uiiia II.I Jz .'Jc'. n ,\'It-" : ( 'It(,!' FL: ) .'I.m, 01111hk.lill Pit",., \\1'1'111 i1! ('lil!: : ijOTI CE.-The subscriber re- E. B PERKINS. DRCGCUT.

H; .1'n.. 1 1 .irn, <.' !Ftr, F''\etid Afs Noutmly 1't ..1urs those 'v1O ore indebted! to him, to comef'rxxad 000 13uhel of first rate Sea-I-- Tallahassee February 24th lcJ, 27tt -

..' Ltvcvat Iili.Mr. .,< WI;_!;: -. .- v.ih i!' Lit hnut it .fti-r trial.K ;
"h.-! .::..,.;:.)-.':11 Bi-i.-'I-y, Ivltr.y \ t'iV. a t in.incdiately and pay their a't'ountotherwi:1 UKi Cotton Seed ; shipped from Edi" Lils1ad -
: -'i boi'lsacT.i.ipjp.ild l ; ;vitF.! ttfH'!' ad:5.iii4irinj iLi viII bo in tiasn t.f .lrriion! loncr in n'.I-,
L. t y put a as i- South Carolina, in January last. Apply to, I.1. IIJ'I FE: S
L-Laniou: Sa nl".1', LeI;is' n :,jr. A.j.1 (I : thy! in.-tli-.iav.! ( 'jico\\il! nOll be' :iven. I In my aIcreV: il1w!!; KERR & STURGES, m o 1a D 1L IDID 3

) -Myu-Mrs.; i.ar1l..rrirl1 :lr.l&-iiiI.-2:! !, !I J. S. :MM"LI.IN.: h1 rr authorized to receive and rn-ttpt for ti.o same.N..v. Talhunssrc, December 13h 1831. 17tf ? Oll ? ol thf most ftHcaciuii C't01'ouhitli in the }r.-
osh Jul.n.T.: ; 'r i-1'"J ': C'-rncr of JelTerS'in'- 1-lth 131. 13tf RO13EIITSTURGE. I
:Mcoro: J.'h, M"lirvr..f.ntM"l. !: TERIA MEDICA. for the care of that cia: s of i ieratp inve
: \]'"J.Jf2'U'1 Alltii, \. ,.U1'.C IKiv.v K., MT.. jl::. '. Ttl: :.:.1;...c., January I IQih I *::::. aitfMils. 1 FOR NEW ORLEANS. Disease, produced "
Doctoiv. by an
.i\RI.l It&B It.\lJ()RI.A IJH. impure state rfthe
t ;na, Ma".ioMr-.K.--2, .:)! y T., ; : \\ 1LLIAM", rcspvtfiillyinforiMs! : _ri rn- .i'f i : Schr. blood. and a vitiated habit of body and a< !! exhibiting
tp"h- aay
: r.rLjEw '
I VI : :
r'.t IN'i Di1 "
!, ':1\'CS ill the Practice '
r' \
r*; Da-i 1 : .s. f.'Jlll's 'aytn .
cx\ron : th Ihr.l'l: lf.\,1\ isajrtiti: nj.< n--.Sin: uill Mk, f'\ themselves in the forms of Scrrjula salt Rhe&n, '
f telitt.t .ir
( i t '. x', ::1 i i"' :.i; _i:: rnnlt.r Jan. 10.ii( 1:3'\ 21ifAilmiiiistiaior's iHl i2)lI\IlT/lDr) s'n-x in-s: PETER U. bll'jlIM; Ma ttr Leprosy, St. Anthony's Fire Fever Sores (even whe
I O-Oacil Catton I)., Oc tu Ezdad! J.-., Oca!.; '11 lie ini'a.iiiani'Mif Ltt-u ,uu the ivdjac nt Counties, the bones are affected) White if !
t Swelling's( applied
Danit1.P I t Sale.WII in the various branches rsf their profo s-.n. Their \\ill run as a regular Packet bctx-.een with Dr. JelJL's
Lininent. Foul} and
t ( 'tfi-'e! is where Mr. his shop.'l'allaJia.see 'a-noha and New Orleans during the ) I'lcen
Toxvle sea-
.f.'riwr1y ktjit present
-;iVnny C.ipt. I LLod 1 ] l 1'i sore legs and scald head in children.
: ( (>n 11 h1hty the on. Freights Passages be eyes scunyaai ,
or secured
-Il..!\:mn (I.ul.-.- 2, Ilun'.ca J-L.% Uv :( \. 2tcI1 1 I t. I 14:( may on appli- scorbutic .
t, Pt.lcr1., Riii2giJTh! "ntas R., G- ('ri't* L., Itl:. Coiintf! .J:illIary nest I to tl.c I liiirl.tsj! 1 biJderat ti.I' eation to Geo. A. Phelps, & Co. at New-Orleans, or: gout.and Pimpled venerial or Curbnnc.'ed! Facps. festerm; ,

berls Nathaniel, It.t!,,:lU, Lu y, llull.uid Jou.i, llco Mj,' 1 !ate rf"iiiejsce. : .1 f Joshua ifcuiloci: ; dtc'd., the re- COTTON. \Vm. G. Burgess, Magnolia. Dec. 21, 1S30. lt!. eruptions.which last case the drop taints often. throughout cure when the body,m t

: Ansilrj-2. : iA' ;mil l Estate, confistinj.-; 1 H\r: e:, :FOR SALE; fails They are also the best Spring and Aatnmiia mercarj t,

C' ':t" .,-hharpCapl. J..t \ iv.Simi.f1! f'l l-\V., \:1i\1 .f'i t;! i. .\Ittk.s: 11,, ., Sil''P: Oxen, :II'OIl- otc Car' Copper Still complete! Copper Sugar Skim physic to purify and cleanse the system from hnmotLi(
utham'Jan.d fc'hanDauul, 1't i' ; ONE
popc.T.; ,. Smith: M.biicnran Supir nnliuiid lioilois( i v.ithalot ot fc-u .rartutum 1,1:11: I and Ladles, 10 pair of Horse Mill Stones: which frequently appear at these seasons of the year.]
f t'aii.., >Awy jr h'nr: 'isfr, hV.hh Joseph, -,,, : tooN-: House hold and K.tclitn; : 1 furniture, r iiutcble to be fixed tojrins. BETTON & EMORY. They also aid the process of digestion.and. by parifjinj j

MI'N. Hetty I-1. Hercliu-h '' I with variuus other articles, &c. &c. I-'latitation TJl,1''isse July 14th 1 131 47tfin the blood. prevent the secretion; malignant hnnroan
Turner ,Taylor
T T unilk- n..ujamin: ,
of the .
\ U..iVi Trcurcrif F'''ridV .\. :ind N('irrot--to: ( 1/e icntnl :11.,1 I l liiied abc! carc: lung The proprietor confidently relies opoa

4 \, Tu Lu jvr< y i, W; nna'li:: Willian: ;, Wl.itj J..h'V ] i.i' iiKiv: rttiniic. Terms; inul- ]JIM\X-II! on I ti.e d iv of; 1J.: : &: irLmufltn: SELLINGOFF the vat number of surprising cuies effected by these
Drops, not in Boston
; 'i.Manlr\] :\ ..\. >:., \';.'.-:H i K.: P., Wilhani.h i!
rei'; T.ViUiahv, l.,;-iv.i: \\iT.s: Ji'l''tV.1 .. ,,.'! i Ti. I "". I 11. C C H LOCK, > Atlm'rs.! LOW FOR CASH. an unfailing alterative bet medIcinE.proof. in of all their the excellence abort a
TtOi.i\: '-, Wdirrs 1 It. -ti.i'! '., Wil-i.inis: Andrew; V"j:>ii-i N. }B. J CUULOUK.I 5 2 ThOUSAND specified. This article has "
in !1.,1,i G.,.;-e_ V.rilt i: M I!.>. Lrc !i'-e A.Ui7iLtt. 1 .?;:uTry 2.1 1H32.JiL. 202w. by a Physician of the first recently pronounced witnessed
.. I. G;. M.1.1"r. M. subscriber, at his new store, corner of Jeffer tespeclabihty. wh) had
S : =1 21 ": .! ./CKSM1: } :rl'JJL\*&'. B: 1..noEn Prime Cotton, square 1 : .. THE and Monrr.esfrcetotters for sale to the pub-: ils surprising efficacy, entitled! in hia opinion : Ii'
> .i.., .n, t ", to take the lead of all the popular articles knovti ;_
THE Sul.-Trihor infoim( :; lab former H. I..u j H "'111Jt U F.t S j ciiton.ersnr.d ,"ood R.ivirin and order, or a deduction xx ill be artirfes for the above complaints and indeed it is fast gaining
MarshalsVI. .3va exp.ct- H.\mf d a' h1 mist redu<" d prices for cash Viz
the !: :
I ; \:H'rally that he, intends
puiio cairying point in
public estimation ccnntry4j
'I have throughout the
< hi-y ftteiisivu nouses for >t' rin 7 Cotton.
t: ..1 .l "'1'1 I..t' I'..t.JJ..l.H.f'lI.OlIJ : : I .,
: li.e above business
) in all
'j on ; its \arioiis Price
] their charge is 2o cents Btlc.fur the s( ason, ai.d! DRYGOODS.Silks ( $1 a bottle, or G bottles for $5.) "
rinr (.. ft. L'--ii per.
.. Ori"f' .f dl' te'i .r
'1\;\( C( rh> : : Its: j .
C I sli-11 <.u Thur.-diy: : ih: !H hf F'biurHex : : > I I I n R ./ .v (I 11 J'.J''t- if 1 thy bc'VMC the purchasers: of it, uc charge xxill lxnade I Black: DYSPEPSIA, OR INDIGESTION. ' "
} ', "M'.he (.:1pi'74b l :.ljH .'v in t'-e' C'y': t.f Ta'.i: .ih.isc 1.! :>:3j u.1! hopes to receive a liberal pltron.lg-t'-IIC: : TIIwill m advances i':i Ji *to2. sfed xviththem } Blue, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring, Black Of longstanding. and of the most obstinate charaetcr.

: i ivc<-til! M s.-U fur .'.-!t 10 t: rhi;h'-M bid U-r : }j funu-li: : materialand! do work t lor the present shipment either to Ntxv-OrlfcQ t'w-YHr1: \ iFicurcd Sarcenet,Silks Green, Pink Irish, and white Florences, has bpen -immediatel) relieved and often penw
year hui If l"lt' j variety, Poplin Silk Velvet
Boston. ,
"ton tr neatly cured, in of that have occudd
cfrnn ( : v.viiuu f L iiiil. mpr-'v d aid (- 11:1-1 j| : \ :d".t i : I tie! coninieiiccnient If tLc variety cases
1\1.\1'Ir j pi ( IWXt.i t. Cotton do. Tartan Plaid Furniture
I' : Pwcm'-rSO'h! 1P11. .I*" Calico, Superior i in Do and
., I : 19if *ton vicinitby for short
using time.
I-Mrnmi'l P t'--! '1-1'11. U'ijiu a
\ltr-.l l \ y. j'art j j i N. 1. I lie t intends: Keeping an assortment: of Black Lasting, Bobinet! and thread Laces, Irish Linens '
Dr ReIt
TrtwnvhMi fl lii1, 'hitl1fd:1.1 ""'Hcd l ;by G, .1. ".,1!1'' s Vegetable Specific and asuBIUouaPills.
j .\ .j. :, wlnVh he wairants if an axe breaks and be RUSTEE SAII.I E t-a Island Cotton Shirting-, Plain and figured Jaco- both of which be" accorJing -
to taken
; L.. F ;' 1t 't Ivi.; ; ".11' ; i\tt H' ( (.f are tHop.11er
F 't I)'CU ; r1 tY I II' returned lievill I furnish in ueett, Swi>sand B .ok AIuslin-5, shawls worked
j, a new the l
.. 'ii. ; one place \ fit uccd of capes valuable plain and practical directions accox-
.r.h1'--tt': : ; : I dJ.dIO -.11 at; 11:(' un. tr I |)urstianct a tiu.t executed by Daniel! and
i I.' i jul l when anv. pioves not to 1-e gool) 'Hallf> tome as 151 all drt-sse-", handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nankeen paninzthe Specific. Brice oOcent.ofach.HP .
ca 1 h% A SIt> .nmaaiuir.rtT! I : ; (in : jll''l--1 Y, trustee, proceed to sell
;: I 1y h"fI:1! : 'iri," tll thl ".1 til: (,i Ldmtwi I I-,.\ !,. 41. 4(4., t.. 'I DAVID C. WILSON. on \Vcilnediy; the 8th f.f Ftbru.iry: 1832, between <, Brown: Holland, French Brown Linen, Furniture ( None are genuine unless signed on the oufcids "
1 I .Tarn,h\:\ :"id i I i.32. thflriursof 10 o'clock and Dimity, Cloths, Cassamers and Cassinctts, printed w by the sole proprietor T. KIDDEE.)
- :- lliati..I\t1 rxi* .lc :,ithin the !t-:'-.i Ji-fu's. i iI \\/JiCE. ar.ction for ca&h, in front of Brown's Tavern, Tallahuisecf she Negro cloths, Scotch and Russia immediate successor to the late Dr. \V. T. Coswix. ,
tinir. O.-tnburs-s frr. &
I T. E. RANDOLPH. :.:.-n'! NOTICE. l : all or so much of the Plantation recently in ; .r. For sale at Hs i Counting Room. over No. 99. Court
t # anuary Inlh 1 :", !t th hi 1 i ALL t.'io'-e!' indehted, either j by note or open .c- the po.s: csion of Carey Bronau, d< c'cl. comprising HARDWARE. strret. near Concert Hall: Boston and alo by his ?pe-',

I Il 1 count' to tl.e!: subscriber; ( are requested to come fori ICO acres, together with the dwelling\ house&. and cial! appointment, by E. B. PERKINS.0.( I 1))

l ; .. \ tii1iCE.AI1I4 !i \:1r.l 3 and tdUk'! tie same, l II.\ the Jir,t February :awn il! as \\'ilIIJc iufiii-iont to pay: off a judgment of A large and extensive assortment of Hardware, con- Druggist

per (I1' ::4a\m: "ia.i..." aLr.uiu4t; *'i i iL Kiuieof : I 11111:1: the above \\ ill I l-eeltuulcd to as necessity 500ji; ( interest and coats obtained I by WilliamVyatt, sisting of Knives and Forkes, Pen Knives, Spoons, Tallahassee Feb 17. 1S31. 26tf.

-L ,' Il.'iijaiuin MaiUMUir. tl 'c'J. late of JelleiMiuCounty :!;I wIll! compel me to put the same in a train 1 for colItction .t r.iinbi: Brcnaugh an l ethers, and also the costs of the Scissors, Razor, Locks, Anders,Chis-s! &c., together

t are rt'fllll',1t'tl l to present them duly 1 :iutiirnticatcd :- I.I after that date. trUst sale.! D. \. SHCFIELD, Tru.Mce. with a complete! assortment of carpenters PLANES. DOI VIMUS VIVAMUS.

: within ilii tin.c IH'(-.-, rilJcJ by la\v ; orti.ey i t DAVID C. WILSON. January 3d 1P32. 20ds; SPREADE % "ERNI

will Iw forever. lIa) ITC'\1. All pt.vons indebted I January 31* 1S3-2. 20tf. DMLMSTRATOKS' iN OTi C E. BOOTS&SHOES

t n.,' to said estate are 'l'qnett'l l to ninke iin.r.odiatepayiiHjii. Kxoc't.! ; : Middle l District: Florida i ALL 4 persons having claims against A large assortment of Baltimore :
I 1' MAY ,
: January 3d ls3i.' '. ilOjvv. i' Leon Superior Court. S Estate of the late \Vn.u\M GILLILAND, are bua'k and NK\V-YRK) made
._ 1 JOHN DOWNER, ) Attachment. requested to precnt:: them to the Administrators: ; and IBCDCD23 <&ST2> QSKD133

'MEDICAL.rVlHL vs. > This Suit has l been those indebted to the Estate arc required tit come 1 f lrwarJ a M I'uniii.s, Ludus ba-ii and I'rtixrll
; ABEDNEGO POTTER i this day instituted and settle on or IJt".re the 2Ibt December next. Shoes_, Un .
oopa: ,n rsli! p which f.irine..v: existed bc- by attachment of which] ARCHIBALD SMITH, Jr. > mEATS
JH tnccn Irs. DOZIER .x LANGLEY oftnnt:- the defendant: and all CHARLK3 U. DFPONT ) 5 I l AND CAPS:

t ccllr!' asolvcd.; S. LANG other tice. persons THOMAS interested M.are required to take no- JOHN K. CAMPBELL. )} ; -j superior assortment ol the

t January 3d 1ft.: : 2 SOCxvj BRADFORD.Att'y Nov. 29, 1831, l'j3w.MAGNOLIA. most fashionable HATS & CAPS of THE subscriber has taken that spacious and spit*
AIlSHAL'S! bALE.Virtue for'Pl.tT. brick in TallaLas
I tenement lately occujfr
J all
f1j1l.gj Qr ; descriptions.
January 3d 1832. 206\v. i ed by Capt. John Downer which recently
--y: of a writ of Fieri Facias having
been refitted and furnished in the moaner
GROCERIES. most complete
1 in'diri'iiul' and delivered ; I shall exjwjse to MARIANNA HOTEL..
i is
under the
of now name of the
; ... 4.efurc3)I) tot!. hiihestbidder, before the door of Public iiiiiiei'ttiiiuiieiit atlHm'lilJua DESIROUS rclievinomyself of A large stock in all its .
r tile; cllurt"hou $in !i.e! City Montirtll" on the second bye : my present situation, and anxious variety.FLOTJR. SPREADEA GLETAVBBN

in'inday in Ftlmrv acxt, all the right title claim and :l Q I l Q 1 Zlq"J altogether dose my affairs in Magnolia. The above Open for the reception of Travellers and Boardej'

interest 1 of L. B. '1 ll.rhour to atraci of land lying on Fonriiary 17, l ld.-il.: iiGtf. I premises.-with he furniture fixtures etc. is offered for This HOTEL i is situate on Monroe-street, neil doer

the :. E. i (f stvion::: :30, Township 2, Range 5, N. E. S. ROBERTS & CO. sale and great bargains, will be given in this prope'rty Fifty Barrels wheat to C. C, &R. W. Williams, in a position as nearly
E. ; to satisfy. an i \i-cution which Tibbctsand Kt-rk- to any one xvhosc purpose it would suit to take possession superior new .flour. central to business and population of the CIty *

icy, rerov,'rcd i-i Jrlu'rson Couty, Superior Court, on the first of March in-xt. ALSO. could be selected ; and is no less qualified for the purpose

Tiroj''ny poinud.i by; the PlaintnT. Sale within the MANUFACTURERS OF PLAIN TIN, & HENRY THOMPSON. of a public house, by its ample size and coffin10

Iiuurs jircscribcd law. -November, 29th, 1831. l.-tm .dious interior arrangement, than its convenient I be*
I A. A. FISHER, d.m. fr Sadlery, Crockery Ware, tion. addition to these- advantages, the undcrai r

). T. E. RANDOLPH, marshal, w &.&L&* NEW-GOODS. Tin ware, Looking GlassesSalt, Ready ed is determined to merit the patronage of the pUb '
i December 270i 1B31. I9ids will which he takes this occasion respectfully to solicit,. "Junrtmitted
AnD at times have on hand made clothing stationary &c. &c.
DR. Ji.N..JU'J.JA'.AIU1lA' attention directed to the comfort and eaj'f
S Central assortment, to supply country merchants JOSEPH JAMES \' lULLIN" ment of l his guests; and by the moderation and sU i
ESPECTFULLYhilomis! the ci- and xxholesalc dealcars, on the most reasona LADD Tallahassee' November 15th 1831. 13tfNO'fICB.1'hc regularity of his charges. JAt
It LIe terms,-and hive also just icceivcd by late arrivals his table, willalwaysbc found the best i "
f Talliiliassec! and its that he Et
zens fit vicinity, : frm :Nexv York, jttJiffnolfa subscriber will 'PIbt
general as-sni of the '
uncut Dry and market and ajaccnt country afford, his bar '
:: li'sl..ctttd. U. lie himself !he in found thiscity.N. at his office in Town, or Domestic Goods, ready made clothing, men's anti -wo HAS received by the schooner Da- payment of debts due them, at the supplied with a variety of the choicest liquors, andhis &t
may mrn'shocs
at his residence a Yew hundred yards .distant on the ; combs, buttons, spoons, etc. etc. All of Webster, and sloop Splendid, a complete highest market price, or they will receive the same stables, experienced and attentive Ostlers are po'
i road. 183mlLL which they ofl'er for sale on the most reasonable: tenr.s slot k of Northern Produce. Groceries on storage or for shipping All dangers of fire etc. at vidcd. .
Quincy for cash, at their store No. 2 JcfTcrson-strfct. Dry-Goods. etc the risk of the ow
which IUTS. Lest those however Tallal
Among who visit
arc Liverpool salt mackerel ,
N. E.
"" ( ) may
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t : ? auihonz- to Tallahassee December
are Cth All
1831. IGStf Rum, Irish potatoes, seed oats, in sacks-3 splendid persons having unsettled accounts at our store, should view this public and flattering notice as a U
LARKIN.S. as\\ candidate for County Surveyor Bellows' on Rocky Comfort, will oblige us by calling and formula such occas cn!
jorr1 c liThe Top Gigs, grain measures, Patent water- settling prescribed by custom on .
fi-r Gadsden! County at the tlcction in nL'xt.J partnership 1
February _L. tof pails, large lot of tin ware, iron and steel Ploughs them, cither with Mr. Ginn, Magnolia or Mr. proprietor respectfully invites them to call and J
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: ma"/3d It'32. 20a: solved this ire existing >etwcen the subscribers, was dis best Rye Gin, wines, coffee, Tobai co of \'arionskinds I Burnet, at Rocky'Comfort, no others being authorized I for themselves by actual: experiment.November "
THE Copartnership heretofore existing and day by mutual: consent, all persons indebtcJ Blacksmith's Tools, with improved Vices to settle or liquidate the S, 1S31 I2tf H. C. ASHTCUSTOIIIOUSE ON.
to them for patent u same.L.W. .
services .
under the linn of ANDREWS professional arc requested to BURNET & --
trading & BUTLER very extensive assortment Hardware and (0. -

i is this day dissolved by mutual consent. maks an immediate eettlemct JOSEPH of the M.same.WHITE. Domestic Good, a good assortment of,Drugs English, Medicines Ma nolip, November 29th 1831. 14tf MAGSOIU 1831 ,{1
ALL having claims against the above Paints, fyc. Bottled cider ofv December
persons BENJAMIN F.COOPER. Table cry quality, | MARSHAL'S SALE. SEALED proposials will be received until ti'
salt in
I I concern arc requested to present them forthwith Tallahassee, December 1831. 16tf small boxes, Raisins, bale rope, cotton ; BY VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facias to me di- day of February next, white-washing the T .

) to A. C. BUTLER, who alone i is duly authorized L B. F. COOPER, will continue to practice at the an baging extensive, Osnaburghs, hats, shoes, Bonnets, etc.-Also, I shall expose to sale for cash to the highest of the St. Marks' Light-House---for placing to t"

,' to settle the same, and those indebted to the late! :. office lately occupied by White and Cooper. clothing. assortment of fancy goods. aod ready made bidder before the door of the capitol in the City of BUOYS in the Harbour, according" the pbn .

firm are hereby uotifird to come forward and settle Q.tbarlt 95: He has two schooners llieh he Tallahassee on the third Monday in January next all may be seen at this office, and for altering and TtF
': with him, who alone i is authorized to receive 1Jtrntau, this place and New-York durin calculates to run between the right title claim and Interest of John Williams I, ing two Buoys, which broke from their Moorings- An

t : debts due the firm. II. R. \V. ANDREW ATTORNEY AT LAW. and having erected anew ware-house this season take; to one sorrel horse, and one hundred and fifty bushels further information -whichjmay be desired, can beat ba4.
ready to Corn, ,six hundred weight of fodder, more or less this office. JESSE H. WILLIS Collector.
A. C. BUTLER. WILL Practice in the Courts of this District, and I cotton on storage, and liberal advances on it, and to t ,
levied execution which John
on to
Tallahassee, January 3d 1832. 20-U Jackson County West Florida. His Officeis purchase to a large amount. Will pay a liberal price t recovered in satisfy Leon an Court-Sale within Jennings; 19ff' _
Superior the
on Jefferson Street, opposite that of the Register. for hides and skins. December 13th 1831 17tf "
GEORGE HAWKINS, N. B. All instruments of writing, will be drawn fi A E hours prescribed oy law. (ITE are authorised to announce EJEiiiii.i Pl
counsellorat with the strictest attention to their are authorised to announce GEOR E FISH- T. E. RANDOLPH, Marshal.} y mUr i1' Ut& as a Cnn 1l h: tOf''
and LAW. Marianna .
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ATTORNEY accuracy. at a caijdidate for the Sheriffalty of By A. A. FISHER D. M. btienffalty ot Leon at the electlonmFe
Tallahassee County,
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January ; 1831, 20tf 3Stf. Lcor county at the ctectioo\ in 9tl'.
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