The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
August 14, 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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lUast be paid, or they will not receive attention authorized of : 1 .tt
& : ] tnt: Provian: the act m fllla rtrtks. u y i elbe wl e OPPrul.1ded.; .
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1t':> IVeAcuA authorised to announce and ( entitled t4 An act to I 'cw- and. iij'of-road. under, the dicontittucd ,

BAG :- 1 t, E.vq. a Candidate m represent i improve the of the Ohio_and Mivsip&tppi : r acts !- t
..'.a ...'unty t o the next Legislative Council. riverssp as to embrace in its ,oPeray ea tor the fcdmjB ion'of the Slates of Ohio, In

"- jJJ We are authorised to announce lions the river! Ttfisouri, from its junction with diana, surd J llltoois,!toy the Uniun, on an c.

10': I'll M'BRIDE fcsq. a Candida-! represent the Mississippi to the mouth of the tense qOal t" footing with the:original States.:

G 11eu County in the next Legislative Council. rirer ; and also, the Upper MUsissppi river i Sec-.; 2. And be i it further enacted, That: so
authorized from St., Louis, in Missouri, to Galena, in IT- i much &f the second section of the act ''or the .
Jj..1rE are to announce li 'siwith power> ,to remove all obstructions> ] continuation.i o* Confterland
By !
Col.! JOSr.FH: MVIf(1'l( ., a candidate to represent Authority. Road! app,o.ved i
in the channel 1 of said river between those I
Mairch thi d, one thousand
)3d Con ,
t"lIIlrI t in the ;!rts. eight hundied
.. LJ1JVS OF THE U. STATES points ; and that"the provisions of the act approved : and.twenty* five, as anthonzes the Pr.ldtllf. i ;

.Jr\Ve::: are authorised, to announce passed at the twenty fourth bleu, one thousand eight with the id( virt- cf the Senate to appoint a r upc'rihtenlrtrt ii
S. H. DbVAL, Esqr, as a. Candidate! to represent first session of the hundred And twenty four, entitled An act to : thereof,be, -and the ::same is here- 1E
Leon County in the next Legislative Conncil. tuteentJ! -second Congress.Public improve\ tb;' navigation of the Ohio and Alis-) I b .;r ltd"nd thai _fa w,rk in the State of.nb'l i .

-' sis-iPPi rivers," fHktended so a* to include l]'Oh'Q1J ,, 'b> the War V
Department. i
F1'vA1tI : AN ACT [ No. 57.] iu j jth operation, the improvement of the 'Missisaippi -* nbdef.1 'tt saperntendence of an officer of .

in.... the next Legislative Council. making appropriations for certain from New Orleans to the Gulf'of: Eng fJ ei.... ) ,
.,. Improvements for the year one i Mp>rico, and the deepening of the bar at the ., .;u'.i .
f-j:: WE are authorized to announce A EXAN- 'I A. SrE'ViNSON:
thous nd .
eight hundred and ,
DERI.RTIN candidate Y-i,J.1. thirty two. mouth of the r.Ii.. '
: 1'sq. a to represent i8sippi. SPa&tcr c f the House of
is,+n and Hajiiilton Oountics in the next Le,?;i lali\.. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of i For improving' the navigation of the Arkan- J. C. CALHOtfN Representatives \

Council. I Representatives of the United States of jvmer- \' salInver, fHiet n thousand dollars. Provided, Vice President of the: United States, j

-,i_ f '\ r; .'.r I I" 'i t.1 ann"\ln"I' m m lea in vjonuress:: assembled, That the following The, Kn 'ia er Department, alter due ex tmr and President of the .
be Senate,
21 !L .tmItUi1 I.'sq. a caudidt'r: sums k the appropriated fur the purpose o! ma- ;ination, is satisfied that, during a portion of Approved, July 3, 1832. } \ ,
rt- ,aaJ.ii; : County in :hc next Legislative: Couu- ing improvements nercinaftci enumerated thf en:uin year, the men and machine now ANDREW JACKSON.JHteceUantoua. r

,i ..... 41 .___ tf. viz1'ut : employed; in removing obstructions in the Ohio .
""'7.: -- ::11r obstructions the .. -_
----- -- -- .- removing tp navigationof --.oo :
and D1ississippi rin'rcan! be more usefully /

i." .(!iOO D S Maine Kennebwck! river, at Lovejuy's Narrows, employed in removing those of the Arkansas: I
including a balance of former !
U1mm31 t;) wm a appro. river : Provided, That the compensation of it.
priations, of two thousand rive hundreu and the\ superintendantof the Ohio and Mississippi From the United Service Journal.
J1f'd.: s. .entv nine doll.iu and sixty eight hundredth l li PHENOMENON AT ,
i rivers, shall be the sum of three thousand dollars ST. HELENA.In .
PI!OVI'.IIrN.;. J :totiiIrS: ORY-
carried to the, two thousand i l\
\ in full for all his the I
fli fly, HAUD \qE, SHOES : {per annum, : services ; year 1321 was a midshipman in
READY 'MADE CLOTHING, PAINTS. six hundred dollars. I and he shall not hereafter bo allowed anything His Majesty's ship Vigo, guardship at St* : \
TANNRS&;; PERIL., KENTUCKY t or repairing. Plymouth -each, Massachusetts in the shape of commissions in his disbursement Helena, bearing the flag of Rear-Admiral '
$ 5Cvrrn RAGGING, two thousand rivr hundred dollar I *;. Lambert, and commanded by Captain Thomas 1
T""f"hrr with her articles w11id or further protection and preservation of For improving the mouth Conneaut creek, Crown, during the latter part of N'apoledn'e
: rvnnv nessarv
V .. the t.each at Prouncetovvn: .tiassachusctt.-, Ohio seven thousand hundred dollar.. exile. I had charge ot an excellent '
jji* n tv 1) Hpnfrris) : 'hpir rnstnwr< iml eight establi>h. \
,the nut.. at their stores at St. :\larls.y Talbhasscr.Miy29thlS.V2. four :hau; and six hundred dollars. Fur eompleting the removal ol 'obstruction: ment on shore, called the stock-yard for keep : \

41 tf.GOODS' r tti deepening the channel through the Pass at the mouth ol( Ashtabuia creek, Ohio, three i ing a supply of fat cattle for the squadron: after

-MORE NR\\' au Heron, Alabama, being the balance of the thousand 'bht; hundred dollars. the arrival of ,the animals from the Cape, lank I
appropriation ofone thou--auds eight hundred For o pier head at Cunningham creek, Ohio, and lean. My party of men always slept on I '. ..-.
f"\G: thl' treat variety of roods received in thisYv and twenty eight, carried to the .urpu/! /> fund one thousand five hundred dollars. board, landing the next morning at day \ .
A. tin's; sc.wm., nnd vhich arc offi'rClllow forcW' fiat January, one thousand eight hundred and .;or cmupld ng the removal of obstructions light. I
t'lcr"'rill !hI' found, nt the new store of the MI'Wsr thirty one, s x thousand and fifty dollars. J!
It in the
mouth of
at Giand bio was
', '' ,..* river, two ihous- early part of May, a month :
> r. i rljoiep lot r>f fancvCl"f' l' t1r deepening the channel j'
: at
.> and Ct.S'U1I'TS. : a part'of which they will men- Pascagoul an.> -ix hundred dollars. rendered remarkable by the death of the Great ;
river, being the balance of the nppropnatlOnOi For the Chieftain, which took i
tion. completing Imp ovemenl of Cleave place on the fifth (hy,
S'i; er'+11t{". crape Finished!! Broad Cloths, one thousand eight boogied and twenty land harbor, Ohio, -ix: thousand six hundred that we were pulling in as usual in the launch \ rf
i-\. Vclvft! do. live, carried to the surplus fund the t first of t dollars. with several t ..tii
working parties on board, burf i ;
Paint finished '"estof I Black .
( England
) do. January, one thousand! hundred and thirty i..
t''+. fine olive; do do do. eight For removing a sand bar at the mouth oBlack observing that the surf was too violent !tor ho .:
do, C'iriuit.n: : rwn, do. fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars. I r ver, Ohio, eiiiht,: thousand dollars. large )at filled with men to attempt a landing i, ..' Ty
HGreen: f!o. i or improving the navigation of the Red For removing, obstructions at the mouth I we tried to accomplish it by a few at a time in ;. /r. .,.
f iv..nv 'Muo tin.LivrnderDraU liver!, Louisiana, and Arkansas, being the biil- of Huron rivet, Ohio, one thousand five hundred the jolly-boat. :\ small{ number includingm"self 4"J ; \
,and Hove colored Ca shinier5 ;
once of the of thousand
It A Tiii">j\ "1" silk Yf' tin .s, (new patterns.: ) appropriation one : dollars.<< :got? on shore in this manner
F'' "" 'inidHnr'iicfs' Pnnee do. eight hundred' and twenty' eight, carried to the t- or piers at La Plaisance bay, Michigan, Shortly after I was engaged in a conversation I
'ni;j.P and f.;1 n<*v f rivals, surplus good, two thousand six hundred and eight thousand dollars.I with an officer of the Honorable Com '.

4 4 do anion do fine fashionable linen Besoms shirtr, hundred and twenty eight dollars, and the fur- or the improvement of the navigation ol panys ship Ganges surrounded by native ,.. I
thf-'r Dom of twenty thousand dollars. the Cumberland river i women, children and Lascars ;
rrn'tetnrns'silly&' 'Mrniir 'h 1..1'! hose, thirty thousand dollarto -, some when I ''
(1-1 f"'"n For tarrying on the work ol the Delaware be under the i lelt '
9nrr ,4.n.I doSilk expended direction oi'the War myself: forcibly pulled by the arm and \
and silk \Vlv-t torls.!. h'e t f\. 1.ions. break-water two bundled and seventy thou Department.For heard a Perswi.c.xdaim.--"Look at tfte! horizon 1
In "\.1.1:>' 11 ,..,. ... .
Le 'h sand dollars.{
n ; 'w'' tlf.r q !" .I..nllicl :av for : ,
the removal of the obstructions! to the ; run, save yourself we shall be all j
!n**"' of R'ndt mAl.I"TI" : r. nlnrlltfwtf l ;in the 11\-
10 enable the Secretary of War to Lu ot! the Savannah lost!" I
pay navigation river
(f''' ;',.1**. tVwo-l .id mntcriiUol": which "hev war between the i
raM* ;\ 'of' "eriilnc.--r*'!'irkbr cius U. Storktcn the amount expended by- mouth thereof and the city of Savannah, tin I did look, and the siirht I shall never reas& .
."....(''M.......o and OIi\e DMSS C"II'S. do i'w'4; hi.; on the of the Cumberland Uoadi I : .
... :! repair sum of twenty five thousand dollars, including to remember was so frightfully jrand. On f
n, ,* 1
t vikVUv; "+ V his.Fl'suntine' si1V dirt n I during the one thousand hundred 1.
year eight the balance the horizon i t
of the former 'Irom the North
Yl1"nl' .,nd''arsr!'!!,'C;, nl'' < f wnt"h tl-ev! hill; c,'1 11 t' appropriation to the west appeared I ;
thrt.CJlIC rive thousand .
10"(1, md eight hundred :st me object, to be expended an immense undulation, swell l
ii T. n. f. .'. n IIT'IT; according to a or r.-senslilin: I
:\c.\'m'I<'r:sr.!: ,js-Jj, IltfJl and sixty right dollars. plan- and ail estimate of thu Department o f I a bank of water rolling majestically, directly! i .

l' or completing the repairs of the: United.Slates' \Var. i in the wind's eve. Whether it was nn,, anxiety.. : t j.
J'A. .,, military r".id between Pensacola and For defraying the expenses incidental to for the boats or- that astonishment: had ParalYzed !1 t tj .

17 rJ i rtr; 't: r.'( !llr't
--- 4.1 ._ ,,j. '' H. i i- or completing the same from '.t. Augustine act of the thirtieth April, one thousand eMit spot alone, and before I could attempt to save f 1i i I

S. L L@-- -- r.' >n i, 3 W'IEsnhcrrit dred to dollars.Tallahassee, two thousand rive hun- hundred. and twenty four, thirty tLfJusaC'nddollars. myself whirled others along did with by the climbing rapidity the of rocks lighting I was in .i\, ;

). ( .... 11o. Ior the completion of the improvement of For repairs of the Cumberland road east of the midst of this dark wan Almost in an instant ,.% j ., it.j,

the harbor aud,rin r St. 1\j arK:, III i lorida, as I the Ohio river, and other needful improvements I experienced a violent shock which I. \. 4 :

T IIl1d: :., :Y,' "'* :f.rsd.t(, 'Mnl'r.f! v> tlicpnbn JrfTcr-!' recommended by the t jiief Engineer, lour on said road, to carry into effect the !stunned me for a few moments; on recovering \ 1 i :

I'; i" z'u"ral. a .:;a I I',,'I .,f ht f.lo\vin! thousand live hundred dollars. provisions of an act of the Generalssembly the perfect use of my sense, I found ti i! L-i .
n.I:1 ,,( '\!, .. .... : c.- ,.., .' \"iz..BR J-or 1 completing r,'pair to piers, at the entrance ot' Pensylvania, entitled *' An act for tho pre- myself in the armourer's cave, with the 1 Ionic: i : :! :'

y ( t.OODS. ot Kcnnebunk rivet, Maine, one thou-i servation and repair of Cumberland road," lying across my thigh. To this c.'ircflm"tanec i. :.
)QCIIS arid seven hundred dollars. passed the fourth'da.r of April, one thousand I must draw attention as by its weight k eP- \ -::
: ,!!. Bia.: .'k) rir<>Miinap, Italian i.testiinc,,!:, I,i.:,ckJ i' or removing obstructions in the Berwick eight hundred and thirty one ; and of an actof in_ rnc from going into the sea a.s: the water \! ; ,
H., )liar, Crctn, l'illk.nd v.Jiite: Florences.\ branch ot the Piscataqua liver two hundredand the General receded and from % ., t .
of the dashe.'l l
Tisir (d i bilks in varitly, Irish Pojlin, bilk Velvet, Assembly: State of:Mary oeinp againstthe \ \ 11 j I "
c.'nndn.Tartanl'laid: Furniture, Calico, Superior fill l)' dollars. land, entitled An act for the preservationand rocks to it I owe my preservation. } J; : .
I't) i-'k L-i iin:: Bohinetand thread Laces, Irish: Linens;, 1 or completing the sea wall for the preset repair of that part of the United States' Near me were ly ng two Lascars; ono was .t J ; ;f ;j
c::-'r*'l M, Iud vi.Cotton. Shirting, Plain and figured JaciuJi va'ion of I leer island, Boston harbor, sixty road within the limits of the State of Mary split up to the ii'iddle, the others skull was .; r} ; it ;j jI .
o.and Bonk Miuinc;! shawls, Marked capesaij thousand dollars. land, the 2dd of beat to pieces--both were dead. I '. ,i i.:
-! passed day January Fearing :
: c''l'S handkerchiefx Calicoes, n in hams, X anlc"n one .. .".
hr n>n HoMand I I'reneh l Dr\\ Linen. Furniture i For completing the breakwater at Ilyannisharbor. thousand ei0hi; bundled and thirty two, to a return of the surf, as the sea .usually I! -
'niity; fine Cloths; Cassimers and C.issmeitsvlir ,; Massachusetts, seven thousand six which said acts:! the assent of the United Stat 's rolls in quickly twice and then comes \ 1 1i 1t 1z

bid! : i 1'1'i !"i li.Flannt: \ ,. ', N.- moil"th', B.'rl.! and Ilus- hundred! dollars. is hereby given, to remain in force during the with redoubled violence I made the best i :'

Ml For removing, the bar at the mouth of NanO pleasure of Congress, the sum ol( one hundred use of my lungs; the carpenter fortunate'y' \ .1\

HARDWARE. hot harbor, six thousand dollars. and fiity thousand dollars, :o be expended under heard my cries and rescued me. My clothes z ".

A .' \ Whine ..J liardvan a.nn For completing; { the breakwater and dyke, the direction of the U'ar Department, under were torn to threds my ears, eyes and nose t itt
<;, hnivis and F'.rkeb, Pen l.nivis, SjwKms and deepening the channel, in the harbor ot the superintendence of an officer of the with ashes and blood but with the exception I '

};c.>s ,*., Razors! Locks, AIl Crs,Chisels, &c., ti-scthe Mill river, in onnecticut, four thousand four Lngineers ; and which said acts are hereby of a few contusions and lacerated hands, 1 ,
iinolrtp! soi-imen'( of f jpr'ii-rs i : PLANES.BQOTS& hundred and ninety dollars and fOlly three directed to be printed and appended to the was otherwise unhurt. One woman drowned,

SHOES cents. laws ot the present session of Congress.For rnd several men and children were nicked up \',:

A For completing the pier and nvde at Oswego : repairing and building bridges on the by the boats. This first swell! th"at I have ..
large ass(+nn'nt of halt i
more and; 7v- l.YOU made 1\ew Yoik, nineteen thousand dollars. : military load leading from Mattanawcook to mentioned was the prelude to a gigantic curt; 'r I I.l

}t- IDQCD( bYLD &)mImI ( I For removing obstruction at the n.outh of. Mar's Hill, in Maine, for widening said road, which lasted three days. This phenomenon -
:i dus ba New York seventeen thousand (as nothing like it had taken ".l.lS .li
; .: 1 I I iiig ), : and for contingencies, twenty one thousand ever place in the
Shun,. ; dollars. of the oldest' inhabitants
-. ; dollars. memory ,) was attrib J
r HATSANDOAPS: l* or improving the entrance of Gene see river For continuing the road} from Detroit toward uted to an earthquake. We had only tele \ 1. \

.L nul' a ;.;(iiti,* < ill! o.i tiiniosi t sixteen thoHsaud dollars. Chicago fifteen thousand dollats. graphic communication with the ship while it ,\, r"1 .- ..
fashionable 11.\1'S & CAPS of' i or completing( the pier at the mouth of For continuing the road from Detroit to lasted. The fortification ware much injured
nl.. Buffalo harbor, ten thousand three hundred Fort Gratiot in Michigan, fifteen thousand in front James town; huge rocks were' torn

dollars. dollars ; and authority I is hereby given to the up and tossed into our little bathing-place to { '
GROCERIES. .1' ut the work at Black Rock harbor,. New- Secretary of \V ar, to change the direction i in the left of the landing; the guard-house was I <.

:' A lai;.!e lock n I, nIl, n? variety.FLOUR. Yoi k, live thousand one hundred dollars. which the road shall be continued, agreeably abondoned sea reaching the upper win : ;
: 11 or securing and completing the work at to the report of the Superi,indant to the \\'ar.i.iepil.rtlutnt dow; the ships road with sails aback to keep .. i t l

uhkirk harbor New York, ten thousand two : of the eigateenth of October, one them astern of their anchors; and while it lasted !

Fifty lunti .. hundred dollars. thousand eight hundred and thirty one. to see the mass of water burst upon the \ tt
S. J: s! } f..norM\V \ Cat flour For completing the improvement of the harbor l- or continuing the road from Detroit Sa- cliffs, as to shake the island from its foundation I 'I -

ALSO. of Presque Isle, Peusylvania, four thou- ganau, ten thqauand dollars. ( was the grandest sight I ever be .
sand five hundred dollars. For the repair of the Little Rock and Memphis .held. .

jSadloiy, ] Crockery told) Glass Ware, b or improving, the harbors of New Castle, road, from Little Rock to the St. Francis There may be some who may connect such : '

1 in \'Ylre, Look n. Glas c8Sa1t. Rea- Marcus hook, Chester, and Port Penn: on river, under the superintendence of the Governor singular occurrence with the last ,days of the

o y matte clotliing the Delaware, ten thousand dollar I of said Territory, twenty thousand dollar i expiring EntPc: .ror. Croly, if I recollect right '; t t
&c. &c. ;
stationary JAMES hl'MULLllT.tiahllssec. t or carrying on the work lor the improvement :;. in his finely written history of George the '

i ; November I5th 1831. 31tf\. of Ocracoke inlet, North Carolina, twenty To,complete Washington and Jackson Fourth, speaks of his soul taking flight amidst l l f

-- two thousand dollars.i road, at the two extremes thereof, in the Territory the noise of the tempest and the roar of the r I I .

1\E" BOOKS. or improving tape Fear river, below Wilmington of Arkansas, in addition to the unex surf comparing it to the crash. of a battle and Ii i I

.i J.... 1 ItECEh!..I' ..l tIt,4 Ot"ice! :, Romance 01 North Carolba, twenty eight thou pended balance,.two thousand dollars. armies meeting. t t1 t
l' .1l11lrY-; aNard. arrIlL n-l".oorea' life of rand dollars. For continuing the Cumberland road in the ,c.
the I' e alJ-tr/orea T B y"ro n,-Evelrna,-lltemoira of For imProving the navigation of the Ohio, State of Ohio, west of Zanesville, one,hundred The.Romance of War.-A French soldier ,1t '
i mpieh, :p'.e;-<;ourtand Camp of Missouri and Mississippi rivers, fifty thousand thousand dollars.
aleetine' or the Holy Laud,-Lives and vofa accompanied armies of Russia, concealed A '
tu: flf J.Hy N av1atora.q .- dollars. For continuing the Cumberland road in the a small treasure theentrance of a village near

general assortment of School .1 And the President of the United States i Is State of Indiana, including the erection/ Wilna, with a view oft:taking it with him on .
'r Books- vtattort hereby authorized to extend the improvement bridges over the East and West branches of his return. After the defeat of Moscow he I

_: \ try, of the nt earn boat navigation trom Pittsburg to \\ bite Water, and other small streams, with a was made prisoner ,and sect to Siberia, and. .
C .
erg. the Cumberland road, at. Brownsville, upon view to bring the road into immediate use. one only recoye'red his liberty'about three years
4L. luch he under the hundred thousand dollars. s ncpOQ
tJ 1 eet1onof an oa ma) approve provial retchingVilna, he remembered "
,} Flusc. AU of which new. sill Dc... .tht'Ic tang ,rtct an; ol thelact of,Mu}. twenty .four, eighteen For continuing the Cumberland road in the his hidden treasure: and after tracing out the .
;,, proved T credit. ,\PILl..u: ; 1. II 3ON..h or. ,81- 1J d apd twenty tiur.and that the Presi State uf Illinois, seventy thousand dollars, spot where he had.hid if be went to take it

.id.". ; ollabasscc, .A1(Jf : 1833. 4j 1f., oftbe United States fre, and he i is. ereblll Which i sums .fthall be paid out of an I v money WHY. What. was his -wtoujsiirnent' lo fiu'd rn
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t 7:6.: ... -1 slated is notOwovcr cre itod. The eagerness, in i tiiii matter Lwuly illustrations
) 'thc pVicc of hb msncy, a smatt tin bits containing ,. =-- ready Let Qj rtbthe
a letter addressed'lo'Trim to'-which'] F O. ti'.. 'lI GN.. of enquiry, to which .it gave riseproves have us bad sv firmness nr'-Burmese the Manbrlt***cd<*hot td

a commercial; house vas,rner&ioiied at Nancy, the general interest* which now attach.exult Ropcts, and! cnnse quently-resl capacity enov d 6 h to tTnd

-\1; \vhore ha'rriight receive tho'sum buriedWith': ] From the Liverpool,! Ctuoniclc June IG. es to the r of that expcdit ion. deputies then bad runaway or-hid t fcS1" ;
i'.I interest since the year Itfl2. The soldier suppencil FRANCE. The question of the Madeira blockades is Lion illed 1 had about their power fc daye'r? or ca.
The Parisian tuuiults have terminated for of the letters received this passed 1 and the eriffiaUuiStd : exeCQ'"
this was all a honx; he _went howeverto finally disposed by cietv, would the public tOOl nb,,
the bouse pointed out where lie received his the prcsent..'in the restoration .of order.. It morning ; that from the agent to Lloyd's, ought to take back his connnissicn then say ccrtainlynoti that the M: t

capital, with 12 years interest.* M ith this sum now appears that the insurgents never much hich i is dated on the 29th ult. stating that thevessels would sad that the very wish to do'so, would be th'ry

r' Reestablished a small biili cs in Nancy exceeded five hundreji n number, and that conducting it had embarked the trocps vie inal,I,, No be speak D1 rcenary or 'other d.Ilttf1tl enm-

which enabled him to live comfortable; but he they fought under defHPns whirh had been I and refugees at Porto- Santo, and sailed on signing:! his commission honest w afar wm blameGOT..Dnvs fOrte_

has never been able though he has taken painsto secretly l fostered bjflCarlists an'd ajirnts of the the 25th to join the expedition at Michael's. IH long Since ought to ha\c 'I'l.e n'Was, tha fully t be h3d cony'ink IS

I ascertain! how his money"was taken away government, with a dggrce of heroism and C0l1sols1eft off rather lower than yesterday, ness and capacity to disdmi .; tearless!Y the duties not firm of

and restored. to him. perseverance which has rarely! been paralleled the last price for the account being 84 1-8, of'his that office. Nft cue w,11 blame Mr. Weslcott for a lac I k

I -exceeded never <{ seem that unhappy but the market is in a state of almost total inaction the dignuyand independence of dmracter whicb
; combination of Illd and left off Ss. to 9s. nature of this case required, and which n ture it-
\ ., THE VALUE THE UNION. cooperation ; Exchequer bills self never intended he should! 1 possess alloo wcver
; There is force in the following sentence in of opposite concuned to premium. blame Oov. Duva, for taking t-ak M moat,

the speech of !Mr. Tyler of Virginia, on the provoke the premature explosion of a conspi FRANCE. and t' tusm'should it be true that Mr.Westeo&bwreSS' the'
'r3cywhich had long existed but the definite The of Pa- fission of tHose public documents as to (
subject of M. Clay'I resolution on the duties PARIS, June 13.- garrison her the shameful and fur
OB -imports- objects of which were not, perhaps, very ris on the 5th inst. consisted of about 25,000men. lie is blameaMe and should the management very unenviable of Puval l
"I have been reared in a reverential affection clearly understood. the insurgents them The amount, however, in the course of lion in which he is placed be worthy of blame. situ*..

of the Union. ]My imagination ha:> I I--d selves. A party of repuhjie.aiis, calling themselves i the 5th and 6th was raised to 50,000 ; all the FLORIDA.

me to look into the distant future and there the friends of the people,'* attended : troops in the environs of the metropolis having

s to contemplate the greatness of free Ameri- the funeral of the beloved and lamented La- I been summoned hither. AJ.ACHU.June 5, 1832.To .

ca. iiiarque armed with pistols and p.ognards lot 4< We have received a great number of let- the Editor of the Floridian.

r i'l have bohcld her walking on the waves self defence ; but the immedmto conflict is ters from Doctors of Medicine, protesting Dear Sir-Our County, which (;as you art

of the might; .de -carrying along with her supposed to have been coiuim eked by the <*n- strongly against the ordonnance inserted in doubtless aware,) is but the remnant, (a pretty

j' tidings: of great joy to distant nations. I have eerie of the'P::-oPle i iufgp lured clothes, who opened the Monitcur, respecting the declaration to 1 be large one it. is true,) of what was fon.erly Alachua .....

seen her overturning Ue strong places of a fire upon some (dragoons. made to the police relative to all those per- ; seems somehow or other, since the cutting. o rr-"

despotism, and restoring to man his long lost The vengeance of the National Guards has sons attended to at their own homes who were a portion of her Territory and population by the

rights. Wo, wo, !betide that man who shall been propitiated hy an ordouanco which places I wounded in the combats of the 5th and 6th. last Council, to have fallen into discredit with the .

sow seeds of disunion among us Uetttr for Paris under martial'law, and by measures (Private Correspondence.) Executive; or at least, if one maYJjudge from circumstances

him 1ic had never been Ijorri/: If he call upon of a sanguinary rigor against the surviving in AL<;i4-RSJune; 9, Seven P. M" she is not, in his view worthy of much

f the1 mountains To 'hide him-nay, if he bury surgents. I'he ordonnance itself has been ', It i is stated that after a brisk engagement consideration will
state facts and leave
i himself in the veiv roulre ef the earth, the declared.' illegal by the most eminent lawyers between our troops and thy Chouaq-, 400 'of e-In the late division 1 i of the County, you the incumbents
indignation of nnnkijid will tmd'Juin out, and in ( ranee, including tho e of the 'ourt ol 1 the latter laid down their arms ; that Hour- of -

blast him with lightning:;." Cassation ; is, therefore, to be hoped mont, juu. De la Serrie, and other chiefs! retired Clerk and Sheriff two important County officers (viz)
,) being residents within thatportion.of
"That tiinn" must have experienced some that after answering the temporary purposes: *, ilh the rest of their banditti, into the

uncomfortable sensations while these den of 7ovormeni, it will be .l folJowed by some net church of Lignc, near Anco( <;is ; that tney are Columbia Territory: which forms the new county
( ) left Alachua of
unciations were rolling upon his ear.-N. Y. : of grace and atnii' :ty, which will :give more I surrounded, that they have several times entreated those officers course, destitute of
stability to the throne ol'- Louis th -Elections were held, as provided
Standard. I'hillijjpe! IM to be allowed to surrender, but that
i I for by law, to fill the vacancies and due
it can derive from ihuompioymcnt of any "ri- every species of quuiter has: been rotused returns

Captain Crocker, who has retired from the gor beyond the law.' t'he present state; of to them. made of the votes.
affairs( affords the Krn "f the French The election for. sheriff'took place if I !
ocean, has completed one hundred and sixty- a glorious Eight o'clock, P. M.
four passages across itThe New Fork opportunity of displaying magnani.iuty and A courtior has this moment arrived from recollect, in the early part of February and that
clemency and it in the ( for Clerk, on the first Monday in and
Post ;
Evening says:;- triumph j t;'IOlietVlth a request for rcrnfi: rcem nts.i .- yet
Nv.'ragi"\ the trips: at four thousand miles ant power, ho should forget mercy, the l fate( of'1' :' That town I> apprehensive of being attacked both the officers elect, are still without their com-'

each, (certainly within the mark) and we have his dynasty wall speedily! ho e llcd. The .".on- ): hy 600 C'houuiiwho' : were in th'- neighbor- missions, and as a necessary consequence without

a total of 756,000 mile- -nearly two thirds of f duct of the immortal Lafayette, upon this met ,j hood at about a leag'u;: distant. Montjean also authority to act-This state of things embarrass-

a million. This is mote than equal to thirty um.'holy O'-casion, has been egregiou: mix II apprehends Another att.v-k. ins and! grievous although it may be thought in

entire circuits of the globe; and the I s r,-prese.'itcd. He was active, as might, have 'I'-tl.t! :; :u n<>. "_Jt_*

exploit of Oifcindo Turioso, whom .\rio. to heel expected, not in the encouragement-; Late-t: from Mexico.The schr. Oscar, is deemed far otherwise here-There docs not apparently -

describes as making ;a journey to the moon, disorder, but in ardent and indefatigable- arrived at this port yesterday, from Vera Cruz, I : exist any good excuse fur the delay, and"

was not so far atii >
than hay. been achieved: by Captain Crocker titati'irf. J i I I this arrival) that Santa Anna was at Vera Cruz, only be accounted for, by supposing that GOT.,

Supposing, this gentleman to he now about The failure of his endeavours is a proof that I II and negotiations were >going on between him Duval has returned and resumed the reins of government

sixty, and to have commenced his profession I the deluded beings who displayed:: courage and !j'! and the {;overnment, whichw were likely! to terminate and if this be the fact, the irregularity

txt> a.,out (fifteen year- of age,. in the fort.. five : resolution worthy of the noblest cause which amicable. is easily explained and we have reason to be thankful -

Jear: tint ho ha followed! the sea, we have : ever animated a brave and generous people, It wi's perfectly tranquil at Vera Cruz when that it is no worse, nevertheless somethingmust

an average of nearly .fifty milns sailed every had little motive, in common with the !rug and the Osear sailed.-.\. Orleans Mercantile be done, to remedy the evil-The wheels

day through all that long; period. tried !'riends ofthsedorn ; and that they were ] Ade government, so far as the officers In question are
actuated by incentives which the
: ,
greatestman concerned at dead stand not '
are a ; we are dispo-
THE PLAGUE AT JOrmN: IN 1C65.In in the laud way unable to control. The During the present. week, a farmer from d find fault: butrealy
s captiously or unnecessarily
I ;
\ its nlliO'llItv: .. it (rri.ssecl the, ills of all otherTnah wholt :ffair, drplorabK as it is on other ac- I the country called at an apothecary's shop, .
h).-!. i ,cl! made Doctors :! >icnbe.! Of I o-mts, will, if : ; therl'jttted Pknipo would soy, "oursufier-
esj a wisely: approved, materially! in this village to obtain a favorite medicine
ij *
: potency e.-jna.' to leai; ., .t .-ossssed itself of all its I pr ings is intolerable and cries aloud for relief, if $Q
; --t-en-: t '.n (he ViM2iiunt, especially when a chronic disease with which ho had been
armories:: -ind v.-tc its -f! ,;.ie d-itii: of other can help us to that relief, by calling his Excellen-
eras I coupleiiviti:) the issue oT the frantic display afflicted and while the dealer was it
nvirini: u-stcmper. 'l'c; touch, yea t..e Very sigitoftj : cy's attention to our case, and Moving him ih.
of ,
,,- ..,1Jcted'ai); deadly; and its sijrusVeie asill in the -est. Loui.s: Phiilippc must up inquired very particularly with regard to th,*
sudtlcn ) ; tint; : fa-nilies; : seated in 'happiness at their however be on the :;lest, and invigorate: his spas> icidic cholera, which is now causing the ; you

meals invc seen the plague spot begin to redden,, councilsy;! the aid Ir' im-ii who! have energy in whole world to tremble. The cholera is ra- the sincere thanks of at least one

and hl."e'ildl.. :",'Cattercl .tllcm. elves forever.f i emergencies, and inoderiitiou/ in success- ging in ngland: without doubt, replied drug CITIZEN OF ALACHUAf-

The cement OfIIClctv: : was lSSoved! l h'{ ir. Mothers men who can sympathise: .vith public feeling; healer. In England is iH? said Jonathan-I
teen t'ev: slvy: the sign of infection on the and REMARKS OF MR. WHITE
repel popular isuuordia ition
babes < -men who ] guess I shift want none of your stull then so
at thtirjosorn, crest them from them OF FLORIDA.
. with
ww. can wield national resources so as to drtd!r you may put it back- I can jam throu-h this
:HII ?- foreign a :!r"ssions. It e 50 1 1i here winter without medicine and
Ter- oIl.(' wut into ships} r.ihl anchored/ themselves I say foreign ago + no that are sentalices, June 14th. i
.' alter; 011'0n the waters liui the angel! that gre1! Mon, because any thing approaching to iMorbus complaint will stand a purty considerable m

Was pouring the vial, had a foot on the set: as j I a libeiv.1 ;government so established as that of good chance to kill u.> all afore another The question depending was the amrndment-

on the dry land. No place was so wild, llllt the France has been, will ever be hateful to the winter-I reckon I stunt take none to waste- proposed by the Committee on the Public Lands

plagjc did 110t'i it it; none .M o secretthat.ihe. I despots of Europe, to whose downfall all such good morning s-.r,* and away he went without to the bill of the Senate.
quick sighted) pesfil ice did not discover Mr. WHITE said it could be
-nonecoiiid I governments are but so many preludes. \'u-- no medicine, sure ,'nou 'b.Patv't Chronicle. not neCCSSlr\-,
fly that it did overtake.: after the satisfactory explanation of tIle principles
tria i-i said to have an army of 565,000 ;
It tier as if Heaven haul repented tile men s I I of of
inrikingoi'! who of the bill under consideration, by the Chairman
cmirse: a r into- -de.d to crush
raauiii: '1, and vass'iovemg them: all into one l>>eplllc''f !' or to retard the Committee, to the House yesterday, for him

.. Justice was t forgotten, and her courts i I! the 1 progress of free institutions, and the \J v ji lei u ii t A 11 o j\ ::'. i j to occupy much, of its attention: at this late period '

\ U-sied The terrified jailors tied from the lei-i'I 'reeoguition ot popular rights. Russia arM ------ -- 1 of'the ses..inn. He could not however, injustice
// oils ,;'iatvcre in fetter.-*-tie; iiimx-ent ami J the Prussia arc ( qually: ready to ; ---- --- ----- i to his constituents, who were so deeply interested

gil!:;!. .> le.ii/ued themselves! ileralldkt'pt, witli- haM r ainj FJR. TUB FtOHIDAN. II allow the occasion without
"Cry < --- !I.-:: t.ip| 'he-dnjrs of war" to pass, presenting
iu I'M' ; The Cane of Rogers before the Executive c/f this
.r prison safety-the grass grfio in thertarkel 1 \upoii any people ivh.'i ilarf* to assert some views A\'Inch had not been advcrtV- rtf
political Territory I
places;-tiie citie: went moaning! Ill' and j and other I1 otl.ers in the debate. It is now too late, continued -
down te!: fiel/ls, wandering WITH iiad become of i i indepcndrucc ; powers there be, Mr. W. to question the pre-emption policy.

1 r their !keepers-tle rooks and the i evens carne into uho regard, with ul-jissf.-inbled I / jealousy: ; every Rogers After by the the sentence{fast Superior of death Court had been th passed upon lit is true, that, for ten years prior to 1926, it had
% : unit
... tic town iiid built their 1I1'tl'ill the mute bel- infringement! on the right;: divine of Kings Acimj Go vernor respited him to a day; Secretary beyond that abandoncdbut its abandonment had broughtno
frie.s:-si'' : was universal, save when some in- to :..rO.PfII"roll ." That the cause of liberty fixed upon for his execution, in anticipation of the Go- 1 atlequate consideration to the public treasury

/ueft' ;; Wit'leil:1S seen clamoring window. :i will iiltiniiitcly( triumph in all civilized coun- vernor's arrival; fron. whom strong hc.pcs were entertained ;- for the individual oppression it produced, ihrot'gfc-} :
!* ':' o linu\ all commerce was in outruns and i 'tries, none but dotards can doubt ; but its : by the criminal I,of Executive mercy. Gov. out the new states and territories'' I assert as B.

shrouds: ; but: even that ended Shrifts there was friends have much to do, and resolve, Dtrrnl accordingly arrived. A formal application was fact, sustained by the history of the country, that
none; but neither priest nor }penitent entered; all i! made to him immediately by the counsel for the criminal there has never been a period so prolific in fraud
went to tiie: charnel house. Tiie sexton and tire |! That c'munn of dire m-ijcbty in man," to hear and determine upon the merits of the speculation as between the 1816 and

physician: were cast into the same deep :md wide :i irave must not only be built upon reason, but fortified caso. The time and place for the Congress of the 13-26, the former the period of the ycars first against -
: parties, were soon agreed But when the
g ;-the: testator and Ins heirs and ('Xt"'CtHOI'i'ere : j by virtue. came to the appointed thus fixed, with counsel his- I this system, and ihe latter the revival) of

.\ .hurled: from the same cart into the name l ltillc J I LUl\.DU '\, June 15.-By the Paris papers array of evidence and grounds to ustain his pIca, nothing the policy in f favor of occupants in the Territory"

togd 'I'r. Fires became extinguished, as if the ;, of Tuesday 1 << we. perceive that an angry discus- was to be found but the Governor's written refusal of Florida. I will hazard another general remark!
dements, too, had expired-the seams of the sail- .ion ha?- arisen respecting the share which the to hit erf n Jr the matter. and that is, that the land system has never been
orless ships yawned to the sun. Though doors Opposition and the Upon this i-.J r.y>| iication was made to the Governor so prosperous to the 'Cou try, or to the Govern
were open, and coffers unwatclied, tin-re wa4 no'theft : deputies, opposition press, for a respii e n j il < meeting of the Court of Appeals, ment, as since the renewal of the pre-empttott"
-nIIofletia-.s ceased, and 1 no crime, but the ; have had in exciting their rioters to the Into re- allcdging e nor in the proceeding .::clow, whichcourse rights to settlers on the public lands. Alii somegentlemen
l i umvftsal woe ofthe pestilence, was llcnlof a-i(: volt. The Journal des Debates attaches the Judge Randall recommended, or expressed his wish to ,: here have never before had scats on

emir... men. "Tire wells overflowed! and conduits j I Iran j-hief blame of the insurrection to the meeting sec; this his before decision the tested, and the Secretary concurredin this floor and may not have.turned their attention

TO waste t ; the dogs: banded themselves: togt'thcr. I,: at bafiiUe'srbe civil war," my. this jour- upon this application application, however was, GO\.1 maile.|Duval A decision declined: to the s hject. I trust I shall be pardoned fort

hn vijjij lost their masters, and ran Jionlingover nal, ** has had its cause and its principle, what- and rather than meet its responsibilities resigned his I brief explanation of the provisions of the bill and

all the hind; horses:; perished famine in theirStalls I ever may be said to the contrary. Tho office as Governor of Florida. His letter of resignation the amendment. ..
,, -qjd j friends but looked atone another when is the anarchial effrontery of the maxims to the i'resident(, enclosing his commission, together The original bill, as it passed the Senate: was
they met, keeping' themselves far aloof== ef with a letter to the ttf
Jiiilcf! the Secretary, informing him the one introduced into that body last year,
; children went wandering up and down, and gum j I Opposition. It was: the extra- arlianlen- of the fact, with a request that he should put his letter object of which was to place those settlers on the

hers were seen dead m all corners. Nor was it'i 'j I:, tnry meeting (at Laffitte's) which induced the of resignation in the Post Office at this pluce! and as- public lands who were: prevented from avail fitt:

only in England that the plague BO raged. Itj I I j fanatics t to believe that they had always a pro- bume the Exe mive duties of the Territory, were immediately themselves! of the provisions of the act of 1629-
travelled: over a third part of the whole earth isional in their hands carried by the counsel to the Secretary: *
0 like..j government : ; ready to Upon the receipt of these letters 30, in consequence of the public surveys npihav
: the shadow! of an if some dreadful be installed when our worthy Secr&ary fixed in that t
1 nno they wanted it. It was their withdrew himself the Planters Hotel, and after a i ivg been made prior to the period
; had been interposed 1 talween the world and the I manifestos, their comptes-rendes, which are short conference with a friend, made his way through law as the limitation for the presentation aua
I; '; I sun, tl,(.' source*of life. s the immitable programme of the Hotel de aback window, to an nut-house on the adjoining lot, proof of the claims. This provision is one of such
- f Ville it their where he had every reason to believe that neither the I obvious, justice and propriety that :It is presuine
\ I- At t.ial, epoch for short time there was apologies of the tumults, eloquence of the the : will object
) a was a fi-I) counsel cries of a dying man, nor there is not a member of this House who
J antes, :ud every person in the street, for a which led to the lato contest." On the other the'lamentations of broken hearted, but venerablemolher to it.

I ment, stood! still, and London was as dumb as a hand the Opposition journals accuse the Ministers could reach hiubtt; in this he was sadly mis- The amendment gives a pre-emption to nil bc"193Y

t .. churchyard Again the sound of a bell was having given reason for dissatisfaction, t-tkcn, for some wags of boys soon spied out the caged 1 na fide occupants, up to the first of January -'

J heard-for it was that sound so I long unheard, ,hough they do ypi attempt to justify;; revolt.- Secretary, was and seeking gave with the news to th roamingmullitudewhich the bst Govern I ate in favor of the amendment as well as of the
r great avidity
., which arrested the fugitive multitude and caused We shall: leave them to settle the matter be or. On thus being found, he immediately to the original bill, and as the amendment will supercede'the'bill ,
\ their silence. At the third loll a universal shout character, l
tween them. Executive office to dispense justice to his people, on and is more beneficial in its
4. t
? arose, as; when a herald proclaims the tidings of a LUN ION,14th June.-A has hearing the motiofi for a respite he declared he had tt o trust it will be adopted.
great battle won, and then there was a second si- report beenin {tower to act in the case, and.if he thought he had he This right of pre-emption, as the word import*'
\ fence. The people fell on their knees, and with circulation this afternoon, of the arrival of f would resign also to which I the counsel l replied"then you gives to the occupant the privilege! of enters ? the
,: ':.1 anthrnip of thankfulne rejoiced in the dismal i Don Pedro's squadron on the coast of Portu' I had better do so."But alas during the time this farce: or quarter section of land on which lie has erected*

t sound: of that tolling death bell; for it was a nignal I gal. On turns out that the foundation :. rather mockry was going on, poor Rogers was launch home, and made improvements at the minimum
of the plague! being so abated that men ; ed into eternity, there to await another but more aw the fo!-
J..J .. might again for it is: a !letter from Paris which states ful trial price. These settlers are the pioneers of .
t.k mourn for t heir friends, and hallow their re that intelligence to that effect had been communicated hide himself, to avoid a Governor who will not resign, or ; est, the bold adventurers() who: penetrate the .ar J; .
: responsibility but will henr with
main with the solemnities of a burial.-Rothelan ferries oniFwwcreeks gc
derness roads establish ,
by the French government to the i patience and clemency the appeals of that mighty I open r-
Portuguese embassy in ParisIt has obtain : counsel who pleads for all, and the greatest of sinner,t. .. for the accommodation of the larger Pu
<.., A paragraph has been :going (the rounds of ed, however, but little belttf as it After the execution of Rogers the Secretary took chasers, who follow them, and take up brge.pot-
appears : upon himself the responsibility to retain tions of the publin domain.
the iicw.vpaper, s and causing much speculationstating I those Eublil'ducumcnts r
scarcely] possible, on a comparison of dates, : contianirg the resignation and commission If there i is any one here who can so far forget .
that negroes were exempt from the that tho event could have occurred so soon- I of Gov. Duval, and it is now understood that Go. what is due to this enterprizing! class of our fCInd
a' attack* of the cholera, from the f fact that not Duval has taken ,
Tho ftaet could not have been in readiness to them back and resumed the duties ol citizens, as to make an estimate of :
one block!: : died with that disease, during I his offi e. which lax
1 person sail from St Michael's earlier than the 4th instant cents in the sale of the small tract upon
; I Now it is tIJ
; ; its {prevalence in Montreal: A good reason not contended that there was merit eithe: humble is established, I would ask bim
and must have reached the coast ot Portugal in the motion for'
a reprieve or for the sake tne De
z hUH been given for this fact respite r. of the; land sales of.all
in a recent letit be look at the returns ,
'wr by the 10th, to allow of an express to : argument, contended, and it must be (conten 1on
letter I from that city which has been published ded that by the States, and particularly of the Territory_
B nne, and a communication from thence resignation of Gov. Duval anjj the ft.- lands,
aY I fusal of the ,H win I find that the sales of public
which it is .la. e
in asserted that there are not_ a da6 -- Secretary to act, a complete-suspension t o
\ Paris within the upa.the
hy telegraph time men the most do not exceed five.r.eDIi. .
important branch of territorial an average,
in the whole our -jpon
un- (-groc8 ,city of Montreal. h r government IS
tioned.' The northern part of the coast, and took place, under circumstances highlydisrepr/ the'acre the minimum price.Vhat thenesult -
:. : Blncks have not escaped* niN ew- York, and not the Tagua, must, i ip that case, have been table to Florida, and which too deprivedanlAjnericoi 1 : of the refnsal to pass this toll? The J little

..,,; .. in Albaly (five out of tho first seven cases wereIicgrpes selected as the'first, point for attack. Alto- citizen when on trial for life, of a right whic the law !hin and small field of the poor man IS oge1edthe

gether-the chances 'against 'its proving: true be and,constitution- of his country wisejy inter I,altoul. public auction; and, ifit sells for more' anbeen...
scrupulously secured to him. To show ho\2.ridiculous additional value ha
.4 t I are so many (that the report, 05 has been al- J.! the conduct of ouexeCtltivc officers l hai t1Jcen given Government to it by price his improvement, the wluc1:0'! r-t.or .

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weald tver avail. itself of.. .. the contractor sliatt forfeit five dollars. If the de IF"

I hucrs 1 btn'"e'er ornament, as far as my experience goes; ISI(1t I lay sail: continue beyond the time for the'"depar Sporting Intelligence f tTDr. JOHN B. TAYLOR In- :

"rhis the usual course. The occupant is lelt at the ture of any pending mail l, the forfeiture shall be equal .. orm k'ius fntiid and the 1 ublic, that isis heal 1 i ia so >\, -:
ol.uufeeling lI1d heartless! speculators, who to twice the amount allowed for the '" I far restored, as to enable him to resume his profession- "J.) : .f..:.

mertY! the distresS of thc poor. A land sale mail one trip. If it be made to appear carrying that} the aldulies. July 30 I8ST 60if, ,.\ .

live UP' !rtised, the purcJl3,8Cl'S nttend, tIle poor l fel-lJow delay was occasioned by unavoidable accidenLof "

is has tlcrnped t() etner just enough to purchase which the Post Master General shall be t.heju., $2OO REWARD. ,, ', -

dollar aud a quarter per acre. The Shy- the forfeiture may be reduced to the amount of I :

at tocksand fUC simulators say I o I him, give' me one, pay for a trip.; but in no case can that amount be 4% iLL c P1 b>"ihe Bank* f n Township for -

) three hundred dollars, or I will bjiv yourjproVC1UV1Iti remitted. The forfeitures are otherwise uncondi- V ihe apprehensinii! and conviction of WILLIAM I,

wo, or and turn your wife and children into tional, and will mill cases be enforced. Pvit IER Fl tLD, etarjedwith THOMAS MID- _. 7

woods. The money is not to be had, nd 4. Persons who make proposals will state their LJh.Tur: (who is now Prison in the City of Phfl- : .. ,! .

note the, horse, gun, or cow, is given: and the !land prices by the year, payments to be made quarterIv The Tallahassee Jockey Club organized steamboat de1phiafoist.alixtgfroznoii) between Philadelphia board and the Wihnin WUmineton 4 ;j:.;",,, '!'

:iL l last sold al the price proposed in this bill.! The. ; in the months of May, August, Noveniter and the officers elected for this year, ire: on the afternoon of ih'e Sib June last, a small ratcxare oo ;'rt-:;: i

G, vcmment is not beiiehtted, and one outs ciu.Cns February, one month from the expiration of each MAJ.DR. LEWIS ROMEO WILLIS LEWIS, Pru tlt'l&I. containing $5000 in bank notes of the Salem banting -A i -H, :

who would at any moment hazard las life in quarter. WILLIS 1st Vice'Prtndtnt. company, New.Jersey, and of the banks In the Slate .f.

its defence" i is oppressed and defrauded Tins isno 5 None but a free white person shall be employed CAPT. TrJOS ALSTON BROWN., Es denominalion.
of faneit. is of daily occurrence. Lveeven to carry the mail. CAPT. RICHARD HAYWARD Thepackage was directed to
p.ctnre which the last cow 6. Proposals should John Torberi, Esq. Cashier of the Fanners Bank at ..t
)lieardofi11Sta11C in state whether the person The first annual Races will commence on the third Wilmington. Porterfield is shoemaker ,

1 has been ukni from a poor man, and the small proposes to carry the mail in a four horse coach, a Wednesday in Dece-u er next, and continue for four sion, and after he sed through a Delaware by he:process \

sum of five dollars, not to bid lor the Improve-I I two horse coach, or otherwise. days, free for any Horse in the United States. The med the name 01 j-a WtJiam Butler, at Peter, *! assu-ho
the public 7. Ifthe purse on each day will be good, which: timely notice cha -urg
occupant upon person ohvring
nents of an proposals wishes the will be ed.his name to WnuEllL, and ai urzud to -
nbiect rfthis law is to put an end to this vile and privilege carrying newspapers, out of the Mail, gi"cn.The Track i is Charleston, where he look: passage in a vessel bound ,

infamous; tra ;ck. Poverty has evils enough, lie must state it in his bid; otherwise, he cannot comparison with nearly Course completed in the Union.and will bear a to Savannah or New Orleans. He is about five feet <,:. ;

without aildiMjr to its petty oppressions and frauds I enjoy that privilege. By order of the any Club, six inches high, well proportioned>> darkish complex- '" 'Hihis
8. Propositions for ion, and gelling very gray around the face-has a large I ? .
of this sort. I I ; any improvements in transporting THOMAS BROWN, Sttrtlanj.tCT ,
The worthy gentleman! from North CarolinaMr. I ttie mail, as to the manner of carrying, increase For the purpose of testing! the firmness of the sharp right nose, long full jaws of talk, no.whiskers, and squints with 7' _. ,
and in
( William's) for whose opinions) generally, I of expedition, extension of routes, rfouency Course, a purse of$40, will be run for on the 4th Sat- and looks eye confused has a argument walk turns red ._ ..

have: great respect, has told us there is a law prohibiting { of trips, or any otier improvements, are invited to tudny in this month (August,) one mile and repeat; quick step, leans l his; head back very, proud his breast f01'Wrd., with a ..

settlements upon the p..bliclands, and that be stated in the proposals, and will be duly consid free Aurust7hI832.fur Saddle Horses ; entrance $3. and his right hand in motion when walking. He is .'. ,

this bill is intended to reward the violators of that ered. 51 tf out 40.years oid. '

Ia: 9. The number of the route, and its beginning WEEKS aftbr date application will be made He .ore a black cloth tight bodied coat, pants and ,
w.I I had occasion ome years ago to examine this: and termination as advertised, should Instated -I to the County Court of Leon County, for letters of vest all of the same piece,and nearly} new, new fur

qrn-Miou, and to debate'it in this house, in opposition in every bid; and the proposals must l he sealed, I /vdministration on the estate William Witherington, hat, makers name Lewis Rumford, boot newly bot

to a Cfiitleman from Oiiiu, who has steadily directed to the "General Post OfT cc of Mail Con- deceased. O. T. OMSBY, Administrator.Aug. tomed.Frenchtown He exchanged a few of the notes between

(since Ohio has had all the benefit of these laws) tracts:" superscribed "Proposals." 7-, 1832. 51 6w. South CarolinA',----on--, .anA.the..'. .nn.Ches'- -A..nh..','.\peake..,- ....,......,.-.nA.and..--.....ov.Charleston.n.. 'n.., .h....-o.'.". ,,."
oppo$edJJie extension ot'the policy to other portion The {following/ is a proper form for a Proposal. CAUT1UJN. thelhe; ;; exchanged in.imall amounts. '

..rnte Union, or to its provinces. I then "/ trW convey the Jlatt, agreeably to advertisement mHE Subscriber will not pay any amount from The above reward will be paid for the apprehension ;. .1 I_

tuaiuiumcd: to the satisfaction ofe.cry gentleman on route J\"o. J'roni. to for ...... this date, unless contracted t IIY himself a written and conviction of porterfield,alias Butler, aas Ellis, -
frit'n.t or enemy to the bill, that there was no such the yearly compensation CJ-W.larl r. >." order. WAI. M'CALL.. and a literal compensation- -will be allowed for the a- t

1:1UtlW in force ::s that referred to by the He must suite sue place of his residence and if not !, Tallahassee, august 1, 1832 51 3m1JJILLIAM mount of money recovered.. t'L I

honorable gentleman from North Ca rolina. I i nave a Contractor, lie must accompany hu: bid with satisfactory :; JACOB FRICK, Cashier. .31
B NUTTALL Philadelphia, July 2 2832 50 3t '
andI -
not now time to go into this question again. I recommendations. !| \'
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tvill only remark, that there was Mich a law pass- 10. "The distances, as stated, are estimated, I I j I LEAfiNG HIXOI, have formed a Law Republican Piltsburg Natchez Mercury, Cincinnati National ; _
of which and nut be but j .ii-inership, and will practice in the Courts i f the Alid- Gazette, Louisville Advertiser rf
ed in SOT, the object was to prevent may entirely correct: if any errors I St. Louis Times, New Orleans Bee and Florence Gazfeette -- {
settlements! on the public lands. without permit have occurred in relation to them, no increase of tile Planters District Hotel.'I'allahassceau.7, and. Jackson County. Office near the Florence, (Ala.) Commercial Advertiser, Mo- -

fiom i officers of the government. That law was compensation will he allowed! on that account. The ; 1832 51 3m bile, the Printer at Pensacola; Republican, Savan- _

designed for a class <>f float ing Spanish and French I Contractor will inform( himself that point. nah, will insert the above three times, and the the bill f. ._ .

concessions, and was intended to prevent their location 11. The Post Master General reserves the COTTON BAGGING and Bale to the Bank, with the paper containing the ad ertise-- .

and possession, under them, after the cestion right annulling any Contract whenever repent- ; and for sale by ment. ,
of Louisiana. ed l failures to arrive within the contract time shall EDW'D. SE1XAS, I

Jliat provision was local in its object, and waspmctically : occur, or whepever one t failure! shall hap|>en a- Magnolia, aug. 7, 132 51 tf. Last Notice. ;

repealed in4S4! ; and has never been I j mnunting to the loss of a trip; or whenever any direction .,
considered the Government, nor the occupantsin ; I which lie may give shall not be promptly! LEON.CADE lY. I HALL lect the Territorial n'.tend at the following places for to Co!-- J.
and County Taxes for Leon .
force t'lnc.tTtw! settlers provided for in this obeyed. I Winter :Session:: ot this institution closed on At the house af Allen Faircloth MagncHa, on Friday .. > -
bill are not trespassers( and violators of the law, 1-2. No bd: shall!! he withdrawn after the time I THE 15th June by a Public Examination of the the 10th day August. ,. ..

as some gentlemen suppose. for receiving has expired, and shoi.ld any person I .S: t.v.<:nT::.; we are happy in stating our conviction of At the Tavern of Dr."Wynn, St. Marks, on Satur- .
I will not detain the house, by continuing this ) refuse to take a contract at his bid, lie shall rapid; and thorough advancement of the Pupils. day the 11th day August. ,

argument. It is well known, that the year succeding forfeit all other contracts that he may have witu We do but duty to ourselves, and justice to Mr. Cox At the Store of William. Briggs, on Monday the. \ ) ;

the pre-emption law of 1829 -30, the the Department, and be held responsible for all ttie present Superintendant, to say the acquitmcnls of 13th day August. j :.

sales; of the public lands increased more than a I, damage that may. result from his failure to com- the Students were creditable to themselves, and high- At the House of Elisha Winslow, on Tuesday the 'I
ly honourable to their instructor. The lower 14th
classes day August.
rnii1i()n< dollars. It is the truest policy of this : ply- t
I 13. No Contract bid be recited with a readiness and certainty that evinced unusual At the House of t ebastian Fritzman's, on Wednesday :-- .- "
the of nor can transferred
to extension "
government encourage our and the the 15th
pn-ficiency, higher classes solved the day August. "
BvtuVnicnts to the borders of the and j j without the special and written approbation of : \.
: confederacy
questions proposed them w th an aptness! and accura- At the Court House in the City of Tallahassee .
(give to our poor, enterorizing eitiensan in- !j' the Post Master General; and an assignment of a cy, proving not only a familiarity with textbooks, buta Thursday l6thdayofAugust. :

4erest in the soil which they will be called upon to contractor hid, without his consent, first obtained general acquaintance w ith the principles of science. At the House of John Blocker, on Friday the 17th f t.
defend whenever shall be invaded. in wrung, shall forleit it. This rule will never The Trustees have rcneed iheir engagement with day of Au st. '. i iAt .

___ be denarted from. 'r. POT :i Mil t IIP duties ftf the AmiJptnv- will' fw> rf"-ii-_ the_n_ _House_ or-- -John--.-- -Smith:..-...._ nn-.- htnrr1nv th..._. 1.-o.i_. ,, .-
t 14.: Il a Contractor or his Agent shall violate med on the I M day of Octobc'r.1 11 l>oard design i an d ayofAugust. -------J t ,

THE 5LOBIDIA3T I the Fost Office law, or shall transmit commercial improvement in the building, which will add much to At the Store of John D. Parish, Monday :he20tlt 1 f.
its convenience, and procuring such apparati'i as day of August. .
-- may
, intelligence by express more rapidly than the mail,
h'is t>e necessary to facilitate theacquirpme.itoK'.lathcmat-i At the House on John Havis, on Tuesday the 21t:>t k*
shall be
Jlm contract forfeited and in all
:! cases
1a ; ,
ical knowlcd e. The rates Tuition remain unaltered. day of August. f-
-- -- when a Contractor shall run a stage, or other vehicle Board obtained in Atthe 4 .-
TUESDAY MOn maybe Private Families for nreasnnl1.ule House of John W. Lee, on Wednesday the :
ING. AIGUST 14. I more rapidly or more frequently than he is compensation Any information relating 22th dayofAugu5.t.cF'N. :

-- ---. ----- -- "" -..-----.---. -. required by contract to carry the mail!, he shall :(\ihe Institution will be cheerfully furnished by either B. Those persons that fail to pay their l'

PUBLIC MEETING. give the .name increased celerity!' and frequency to of the Subscribing Trustees. Taxes on or before the first day of September are \

the mail, (unless: the Pust Master General shall CHARLES AUSTIN, hereby notified thall shall proceed In levy, on and sell i

At a Meeting of the Citizens, of Shell! Point, on J, otherwise direct) and without inerease of com- JAMES M'MULLIN: their property JAMES BRYANT. Jr : !
: "the Sib inst. I 1 pensation. R.Y.VtLLLFuRD, Sheriff&Collector.
upon the subject of the Cholera On '
: '
July 50
15. The PostmasterGerieral the I
TOtIOIJASON BRIXSON reserves right
E*q. was appointed i 1 URliUTT H.. BETTON. --'"
, curtailing or of discontinuing any route, when
Secretary in his
opinion the public interest shall require it NOTICES.
; It. K. CALL.
The :
following preamble! and resolutions being of-I I and in such case the contract shall cease, so t far as The Undersigned having been prcsent during a con-
fered by Tims. J. G teen Esq. rclate* to the curtailed I V eeks alter( date n u.a will be made to .
was unanimously ) part. or to the whole, if siJ( fable p rt of the Examination of the Students of p. II."
adopted. discontinued allowance of one month's extra Leon Academy, on the t 15th ult. take pleasure in stating the County Court Gadbden County, for letters I

hereas, official intellinvr.ce i pay being made to the Contractor. ,that thei' expectations were more than met by of administration on the estate of Edmund Gilrhrist, ,_
the having us i,j 16. All! Contract* for( routes embraced in this the improvement exhibited nn that occasion. deceased. JAS. M. GILCHRIST, J
ul prevalence of the Asiatic Cholera in the I MA fTHEW HESTER. -
city advertisement shall In view of the circumstances attending the course of '
the first of
tfXw York almost commence on day Instruction of said and the Examination Oads-Irn! County, au?. I. 1832. 50 Gt.
raging \'. itla unprecedented} January next, and continue two years. Academy, referred t

mortalityand; : al.xo, that the Brig Thatcher, having: Decisions on bids will be made known on the to, under the Superintendence of Mr. Cox, Mill ;
the usefulness of the -
they confidently increasing Sugar
ij.l i f for the Port of St. Marks since iu prevaj j j ninth dav. November next.WILLIAM. Institution in his expect charge. -
G. 1'H. LEN smallS t
f haxejust/eselved: a
lence there, antI is daily expected to arrive at the T. BARRY, SENECA G.BRAGG, J Perpendicular Sugar .'.ill, which they offer fur t "
latter : Post Master General. D. BALL.
jace-tLcie1re, sale on credit until \.arch next. i
lle olred/ That GENERAL POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Tallashassee,July 6, 1832 50 tf July 10. it2:i: 47 tfPUREW \ __ -
vnaninwusly, .ve deprecate its r-
July 24//I, 1S32.: 5 f '
uitrodtiction in the most solemn in-inner, as we I NOTICE.ALL '
Camp NE) ;
lave! much reason to dread its most; horrible ef- Meetings : -

fi-cts: the Southern, persons indebted to the .sate dthc late Ben
upon and particularly black '
population.llfsolctd. For the Tallahassee District. Taylor, for purchases III' Books &c. at his FRESH DRUGS &C.

Qiuncy Circuit bctwten and anctn( n. will, without delay make payment to Messrs. A" i. ictcived by ,..- L i ala.a-ee; from- i :
Tallahassee: .p
Cluincy I
unanimously, That we protest in the i I 25th to the 2:.Ui August.Gadsilen !. Lookerman &. Craig Tallahassee.: !I'W-Yrk a small !lot of tic; following wines:-

:. SlroiiffCbt, : terms ugaihM! the supineness of the proper n--ar Dr. Fiake's, 22d to the 26th Sept. 1 JAO.; TAYLOR, Adm'r. Madeira, Cette Madeira, Port, 1) "
1832. 50tf..i11arshafs
authorities in waiting so patiently: (for( this al- : Leon Cimti', Mick.isuky eh to the 12th Sept. aug. Marsala Claret Hermitage )
Tist wanton1 introduction of I Lowntf Circuit, 15th to the 19th.September. ,
a pestilence so hor- Sale.
tih!.-. I The third duarteily meeting for the Tallahassee and Canary. t
I Sftl inn to be a three days meeting commencing on -WILL BE .SOLO before the Court IJnu,c door in These wines have been imported with particular reference -

liesoked unanimously, That: as no steps have I Friday 31st August. County i-i'Leon, City of Tallahaswc, on to the wants of the sick, and !are warranted I
been taken to prevent the voluntary approach of I'i T. P. C. SHEL\AN, the:: first Saturday in September next, all the right, ti- be PURE UNADULTERATED JUICE OF THC ;
For Z. \VLING P. E. tl*", claim and interest of John Landsman to Lot No.
iliis ; RAPE. They w ill be sold as low as wines of their .
scourge, we recommend
most respectfully ; 179 in le\ Tallahassee and the
City improvements quality can afforded for CASH ONLY. I
Executive of t..c Territory, and do hereby !: FOR :SALE. thereon, to satisfy the balance on an execution in favor Those whose accounts of last year remain due, arc ;

l' titicll aiul pray his Excellency will take sichclllcicnt : Robert H. Culvcrson tnc said John Lauda- requested to settle them by Cash or note, without 1

and decisive means as to prevent the :Ip- A J:11l.JUJ.VV. .;\ A tr li.UL'S. man. For T.JAS.RANDOLPH S. HUGHES 11 Marshal.D. M. further delay, as no further credit will be given after* ,
the 5th of July next, to any one whose accounts o
; .
proach ti'sajtl vessel! nr any other coming directly I ILL scjl}! a valuable tract of Land July 30, 1832 50 idsNewStore last year may then remain unsettled. .;I
from iu scat of the disease.; .iiualeu two miles east of Lake Jack- I E. B. PERKINS.

Resolved, TLat lliese rcaolu'tions: be signed hiihic ,\ .. lUte! seven miles :\. E. 1 nllahassee, a I in Quincv.rflllil Tallahassee, June 26th 1332. 45: tf. .
jrablc nnd healthy residence, contain- I
Chairman r Subacu.Jcisocg leave to 5n:'>,m t4e citizens of f
: Secretary, and forthwith lor- ; live eighths of excellent Land, one : ... Gadsden County and its vicinity, that they have jFtrt Etmtranc*.
warded to tho Governor and published in the Tallahassee j 'u J sixty of which i ib in cultivation and un- I opened a store in this place, "here will always be .
I l00\ it'nr.i-vf on fhe same is a commodious Dwell-
tound of Seasonable Goods such
( a good assortment as FIREcan
papers.JASON I in_ lion-, I'uilt of the same matenajs, a frame Gin DRY GROCERIES: INSURANCE against loss or damage by -
BllINSOX Chairman. -GOODS, the favorable terms, on appli- '
I I lioj.sciui a fifty saw Gin and running (ieiijfrn-
Protection Insurance I
action the Subscriber acntof the -
MACON: See ;
y. tire nt\v, all the out buildings equally good. Tcn or CROCKERIES GLASS-WARE

,- __ .h_ ____ ____ _. _'_ I: twelve likely,able 'odirdV orKmg Hands, the above SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c. tic. company the fair, Hartford Cask value Connecticut.ofthe property In every must.application be 4
ptoPos .t.S j 1..Vn'UREUol"Scs Mules The whole of -whi'U will be soldas cheap as theycan stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the cor,1. f.i. 4
Oxen, and other Cattle,
FOR c rmngtie! the Muilsof tue United States i j LJao.n, a stock of lio. s, \V agun and Gear, and theprscn. purchased this &r from Navigation. They invite rectness of the. representation, and the good moral i-I
for two from the first of their friends and the public generally to call and character of the applicant. The solvency of the Office ,
years day January 1833,, .. *' rs> Crop of Corn and Fodder, will be sold h
to the: tiLIrIv-fir't, .. ;; day of December 1834, on the; ': on mmo..aUng: terms, by applyin to Leslie A. judge the for public themselves. They respectfully TAYLOR &solicit. KLEIN.a shareof and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently rev .r..'
patronage. hiedon. .
folouiiir! : (I'osi Routes in Florida i Thorn Tallahassee A. B. Overstrcet
-Mn, L&q. or
Territory | -
i 3d. 1832 n33 tf. *
Quincy, April Tallahassee. 22 1831. 1I1 : ,
J. ,
iviil! l tIC received at this Office ur.til the 3d day ol'f. Agent for Undersigned on the prewises. N. B. The storage and COMMISSION BUY '

NovemlKT next, inclusive! to be decided on the ELIZA OVERS' REET. ;SS will be carried on as usual at Su *rks. GEORGE S. HAWKINS, :
'Jib div of November. I; :\. B. P.-sons wishing to purchase, can view the 'P. ct Tf rv. ,
2477. From Montircllo in Jeflerson !: premise in any time, applying as above. ATTORNEY and counsellor at LAW Mari1nnl: j :

"_ ,U..__....1-_ .. I -. -- Coufltv, -, a..*:.. I i, Is32 52 tjan. January 6th 1831. 2ft2teutral.23anft
LV .i.i.inm: I, in Lt.'UnUlfnt\', Climes ana back NOTICE.SIX .
I once a week. PIANO FORTE, lor .Sale.-A Weeks after date app.ication will be made to < ; of jflovDi -

Leave Monticello every Wednesday at 3 A. M. ..:. jpenor Instrument in excchlentorder if offered County Court of Leon County, for letters _
Arrive :Magnolia the same day by 6 P. M. f, aie low-Apply to E. SEIX- S. Administration on the estate of Judah Benjamin de
Leave Magnolia every 5 A. M. 6w Stock of the CENTRAL BANK J.
Arrive at Monticello the same day bv C P. M. Copart- July 24, 1832 Florida, have been subscribed,and thai in conformity / vI

2473. From St. Augustine to Tampa Bay and<<1 is this daydis- .. with the directions of the Charier,the Subscription, .

& b3CkIiCejfl two weeks. I: S' ivtd by mutual consent. 'Ilie bus Jless uf the firm; For Sale on Consign m eriJ.O Book is closed until after the Election of Directors ofsaid t .

Leuvc Augustine every other Thursday must be settled immediately. Bank. '

6A.M. ,I L. P. TAYLOR, 3 Sacks COFFEE, And the Stockholders in said Bank are required to \

Arrive at Thmpa Bay the next Monday by I| J. \V. KLE 10 Barrels RUM, i take notice,that at the office of Gen. R. K. Call in the ; '
G P. M. i\ 'Marks, aug. 7, 1831 52 tf 20 Boxes Marseilles Claret, City of Tallahassee,on Tuesday the 10th day of July I ,
I .
Leave.Tampa Bay every other Saturday at I "- ILLIAiM L. HASKINsvill 10 Cider, : next ensuing the date hereof between the bovrs of 10 !i\ .7''' 1'
C A. M. r 2 Casks Brown Stout. ., o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P. Al. an election will be .
Arrive V U atltcnd to any business in the 01 NEW YORK, J. W. KLEIN. held for the election of nine Directors for the purpose ;
P. at St. Acgustiue the next Saturday by niai: .promptly and faithfully execute any Commissions St. Marks, July 20, 1832 49 tf of managing the business of said bank. [
W *ll. i entrusted him his friends in Florida aDd the
to by y- And the said Stockholders are further required to fS\

NOTES. PORTER ALE & CIDER. take notice thatTtbe second instalment of four per centontheCapitoISL0Ck0td ft S\
I. The Post Master General reserves the right Bank is payable on tho
to expedite the Mails, and to alter the times of I! generally.NOTICE. JUST RECEIVED per Brig Tallahassee: iron 19th day September next-ensuing the date hereoCr \

their; arrival and departure, at any time during the I > BEN CHAIRES. l t tR.
100 Boxes of Philadelphia PORTER, ALE 4- K. CALloy -
continuance of the contract, by giving an ade- wit be rccuvcu ti.i ...)Mlh inst. by' sale AJcilULLIN J
qHale en uj; nsation, never exceeditig rata through the Magnolia Post Of- *
a pro C. C. & R. W. WILLIAMS. JOHN G. GAMBLE, : t
allowance: (;or any extra: expense which such al!-, ucc, for opening a Canal through the Natural BridgL June 26t11, 183*. 45 -" it RICHARD HAYW. A RD -_ I
teration St. River. The Canal be
may require. over Marks u to C.ALLEN > 1 }
2. Seven minutes shall be widcand. ofadodpth to give two feel of water at the !;j".. ., "
allowed for opening ROBT. W. V ILL,14142, {
aiid c.osing the lowest stage of water: in the River. A written contract DISSOLUTION.THE '
maiLs at TURBUTT R.BEl1:0N.: 4'o.
t' c. office, where no ...
tlCl' :ir tiiu 81311; be spcc&ctI hut the Post. Alaaieaer.e par-- will be made with the person ho may offer the COPARTNERSHIP of. the Undersigned CommisaioTallahassee ,.-.t:. :''-; -
for the work. Those who are disposed to -
ti tie.aer..1 to hill terms this day dissolved'on mutual consent. All ,June 18, 1832-44-If I- :: ;'
elfhe right tifexten- offer for the work arc requested to examine the Bridgefor h.
, ding .;ic time.Fo.rc"reyto. debts due ihe firm must be cettled without delay. IBLANiB1LLSOF )
\ '
ihemsjlves. GEO. W. LONG, C.C. 'VII.LIAMS r t
t s. : LADNG-Jua -j
niiiiutesdd. in arriving at Lt, Eoiotcr Scitivc.Magnclio . .
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40r point :aftc( : the tie ; led andjJq sftle tit 9 t 1 ,,, '
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: : .1 &Uhtt JStb'aem!. REMOVAL. t 1 H'i.

z Institution will i be open for the reception of THE Subscriber takes this opportunity to inform i .
, : THIS Customers and the public generally,' that he a
on the first ion qaw.6f July next, under r
:I _, the superintendence! et Mr H. K.M'Chntock..A has removed his Confectionary to the house of Messrs.
; f L. $ M. A Armistead near-the Capitol Square, where .
' large and commodious i edifice is now nearly completed
: of he keeps constantly on hand the best of LIQUOR tall S
and village Uuincy
in tho
;, pleasant, healthy
kinds-also various kinds of Wine and Conh_! )t 'PLAitJi
of which
where the good boarding
\ and in -vicinity Pickles
Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweatmeats, ,
can be obtained in respectable families. I It '
l ; all of I
&c&c. DiflcrenVkinds of Relishes at all times,
will be for
In this men prepared M I
Seminary ( AN
f young his HO'l
He tender sincere -
which he offers on liberal terms.
United States for t
the or
: ,, admission into any college in thanks to his generally fot their liberal I t." Subscriber respectfully i 1 '
<<; customer THE infortna
r; the study of of liberal professions. the hJi
,... The strictest any attention-rill Oc paid to the morals and favors the past year-and hopes by rniremilted ; and Re- public generally, that he h3 r 6eui"
and attention to business, to merit a continuances of their MADE anti uh. \\ Molt,.-ale large{ commodious building, the We tded 0G
: manners of the n.ndto extravagant aide
pupil, prevent Herston Capitol Square) or
Md. C occupied r
", entrusted to the treasurer patrdriage. Frederick ctuuty. by as at 4
'_ Unnecessary expenditures!!, funds the R. K.'V E S T. concerned in the Paten with 1/r Judkms. Downer. The House. having and nb1J JohQ.
will be strictly applied to erg e a
or principal, limitations prescribed. July 10, 1832. 47 tf The above Ointment is ofiere'd to the public as a repair, will be ready for thercceptior( BO
purposes, and within the I for those obstinate diseases, Visitors on the 13th inst. alders an(
The of institution is a gentleman of liberal sate and certain remedy
education principal, and the has acquired considerable experience NOTICE.-Sir weeks after date application will : some of which have so long baffled the skill of medicals JOHN RE. AVF.s.JOS.EPH .
the estate
for letters Administration on .
and in his profession. -
The distinguished reputation healthiness.the village and the of James Bannister, late of Leon county, deceased. White Swellings every description.2d LAD '

cheapness of boarding, are among the many advantages NEEDHAlDUDLEY.\ Sore Legs and Ulcers of long .tandiiig. )}

afforded by the I location of institution, and the Tallahassee) July 17, 1832. 48 6w 3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularlythose JJASrecived r.r bcuooncr Delia,from hare,
women's breasts which oftentimes -. .
Trustees have reasonable assurance that the hardened tumours in '
\ character of the every institution will merit liberal patron- .A DU ISTRA TOR'S NOTICE.-All Persons terminate in ulcerated eancers. 10 Tierces RICE,
age from the public. l ,having claims against the estate of John Lines deceased 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name 5 Bales Cotton HAY,

The terms of Tuition in the Mathematics and Languages late Gadsden county, are requested to present of Catarrhs, of every description. OSNABURGHS*

,, ,", are 10 dollars per quarter. them duly authenticated, within the time prescribed 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joints. Magnolia, May 1st, 1832. 37 tt

In the English department, :d class $G 25 per qr. by law, or they will be forever barred All persons Sprains and Bruises of every description or in Jas. D. Westcott Jr.
\ 3(1 1 do 85 00 per do. indebted to said estate are requested to make: immediate I whatever part situate. & J. P. Booth'

{; ,;. Payable at the end of the term, when the subscription i payment. JONATHAN ROBINSON, Adm, .,,7th 'I'ettersol'all kinds. In thiscomplaint, the pa- HAVE formed a Law partnership in Florida: .. n.t
/ Js for a longer term than one quarter. I Gadsden County, July 17, 1832 48 Sw tient, in applying the Ointment, murt keep the part of the former is in Tallahassee JfSthe

,.4\ Application for admission to be made to the Trcas- out of water latter at West Point, Appalachicola Bay' p of
urcr.t FUR SALE.-A Negro Girl about 16 years of age i tith Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.It ness entrusted to them in any of the conrts of Fl $"
JOHNATHAN ROBINSON and healthy and accustomed house is also one of the best,remedies lor Burns and or adjoining Counties of Georgia or Ahhn.1Il1!

t :, C. H. DU PONT, work and attending to Children. For terms apply to Scalds it eases the pain and draws the fire out in a be strictly attended to. b,3d,183t. s'tr"\

\VM. NORWOOD, Trustees. Capt. Thomas Brown, who is authorized to sell her short time.

{? II. WOOTEN, 1 for the owner.. July 17, 1832 48 if For Inflamed \\ omen's breasts, and jlandulai, Ten Dollars RewaxdT

HENRY GEE. --- Swellings, it is superior to any medicine yet known to ,

By order of the Board, the medical faculty It is much baler than mercurialof r' s. KAiNA in IrtmjiisRubwuUrioBe the munJi'
JAS. A. DUNLAP, Secr'y. A CARD.THE any prepartiou of that material,) because ituotrs I\ejromnrj named pi*'April.last< 4?

!:Iny HHb, 1831. -, 3J-ltwtf. : SubsoriL'ci ii u.. 1...r., 1<1" :.. .|tie Stock of not lay tile patient liable :u injury from expose to

ItEFERENCES. and W nrc-i .oiu ui i'ayi'- KleinJIt\-e cold. MILES.

TIIOS. RANDAL, Jefferson County. commenced the DKY G'ODGRo:: ERY, and This Where Ointment it is has impossible cured sores or imprudent of many yearn to heal stand-the Formerly the property of the Rev. Hrmf

'V M. B. NUT ALL, Leon. COMMISSION BUSINESS. !'ing.external sore, in uct.ce ul the bone becoming Bowen, <>fGad den County. MILES is i":
PETER W. GAUTIER, Jackson.Or cumse1c of the r ..I .years of age, 5 feel 10 inches hijh-
addition their commodious canes,
In to present building, can us or rOt cn, H WIll stop the progress ; any p r-
to the TRUSTEES, Gadsden county. they are about to erect sheds and houses tor the reception increase the quantity ol tile discharge, remove the ofAmsive :' son s. curing the above named boy so I get him or de

has of Cotten, Goods, "$-c. for Storrfge, their buildingswill Mn'eli J, and ea:.e the pain. livering; him to me in Tallahassee shall receive the tt'
N.OTICE.The undersigned completed by the 15th Sept. They respectful It cures the worst felons or Whitlows, on an application hove licwa.d. JOHN K. CAMPBELL
., and attorney in fact for ly solicit a share public patronage, and: p'edge themselves I of 4d hours. Jun? lOtn 1S32. 44 Lt '

Seaton Grantland and Farrish Carter, and the heirs ton strict performance of all commissions entrusted Rheumatisms watch have stood so long a>" to become -,

". of Charles Williamson, and is intrusted with the care to their care. a "yst uiatic disorder requires medicine to betaken inwardly New store on the S1i11 anrlee.

of their lands in Florida. All persons arc forwarned PEACHY & MACKINDER. to remove them entirely lint in most common. : qQ '_, from committing waste on the same, and those desirihtr REFER TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE, ) applying this Oiiitment externallY as directed i
to rent may do so on application to the subscriber. JUDGE RANDAL (Jefferson... ClScllly it will give relief And even in old people, whos WILL open a new store at the

THOMAS BALTZELL. Col. II. W. BRADEN.GEORGE \ ins have beeu of longer standing, it will ease the of the Suwannee and Vithlacothee
Wcbbville, February Mth 1832. 26tf LORIMOUE! pa Rivers about the first of May next, for the purpose{

JAMES LORI 10RE, } pain.To captains and masters ol vessels this ointment receiving and forwarding, or purchasing cotton and
3ttt0f; tt# Jiotfcr COL. H. \" BRADEN, J Gadsdcn.J. must be very valuable ill winter on our coast it being supplying thefcdjacent country with goods. The J ix-

J. ADAMS, Tallahassee very certain in its effect.on Chilblains or parts affected cud erecting a store and ware-house, and running <
SI. Marks July 10 Io32 46 tfTWLNTYDOLLARS nil chi Poll Boat between that point and the town cf Ma
hive been appointed Trustees with frost it likewise preserves Its qualities ID '
THE undersigned lia, goods or cotton purchased at either place will l fe
the benefit of nil the creditors of John Lauda- i matcs >
REWARDtror the value of thismust awarded by them at a reasonable freight. They ail}
tnlThev:: are desirous of settling the business as i A large mass of testimony proving
and this end all the .N.-VV.\Y the Subscribers I excellent medicine will be shewn to those who purchase cotton, hides, and deerskins, and will have
d soon as possible, they request R Negro man na- constantly onrand an extensive assortnentof
creditors to present their claims as soon as practicable.And ) med George ;,bout twenty, two ears of age, on wish further information on aj.jdicaliori to Dr Hers- ill descriptions, such as Provisions, Groceries geodsof
those indebted arc requested to liquidate or pay Friday night.Juue 15. ld3'J! he is about 5 feet 5 Inches I tons, or to any of his authorized agents.; and Hallow ware English and American ,
their accounts. C. WILLIAMS, ) higii; the calfof one of his legs has been injured and is I I The above medicine sold by special appointment of Tin-ware, Drugs and Medicines Hats Saddles Dry-Goods.
\V m. WILLIAMS\ ,Trustees. not quite well,when spokt-n to he speaks pleasant and the patentee and warranted genuine.E. ,Shoes
I B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST. Crockery and Glass-ware, Salt, Iron, Steel!, Nni is;! Sic.
Geo. E. DF NN1S. quick.lias < accustomed to wait in a Tavern, had on :March 13th
April 10th 1832. 34 'f. or took with him 2 frock coats, one a mixed and the : Tallahassee, February 24th 1831, 27 tK 30tf
other snulF coloured. 2 of S -1
a pair cotton pantaloons, onea iaYm
STOREAGE blue and the other light blue 2 white pair of summer .)R. t1 L.'E'S .A S I shall be absent Jor s.*m., months from the TcrSL -.

pantaloons, a black fur hat, several vets, 2 red ? a L ritory, i rave appointed Leslie A. 1l.o1"pnl1
m I N addition to his old ware-house the Stripes. 4 white cotton shirts. Whosoevei m cures! said Esqr. my substitute as 0. S. Attorney the middle

MiWri')T has recently erected a spacious build- Net ro so that I get him again will receive the above ono of the roust efficacious compounds( in the M.ATEKiAitiEDiCA /i trict of Florida. and alsr. my attorney in fact and
and and all reasonable expenses paid. for thin euro of that class of invet Law. JOHN K. CAMPBELL
r ins 80 by :-23 feet, forrcceivim cotton goods. : ,
TIMOTHY M'CARTY.St. HENRY THOMPSON eraUt Disease, produced by an impure state of the June 19-h 1832. 44 tf.
Marks: December 27th 1831. IQtfAdministrators' July 10, 1832. 47 tfCUlIl'lrrl'.EU'fo blood. and a vitiated habit of body, and usually exhibiting -
themselves in the forms ot Scrofula Salt itueum. Territory of Florida )

Sale. the Leon L prt."y, :Anthony's Fire Fever Sorts (even when { In Chancel y.
the bones are affecte'd,) White Swelling's applied .Jeff-en 1 Lounty.
Aoi ,I' the Council ;uuny Ib32, as a Runaway '
:B' a special Legislative pas- a Negro man \>ho his is Dennis and with Dr. Jebb's Liniment) Foul and obstinate Ulcers, his Honor Jhomas Randall Jude of
,pd on the 22d January lust for the relief of the : says name and' BEFORE :;
hc.s of the estate of Isaac G. Tcaguc Dec'd. that he telongs to Jordan:Smith::> of Washington county sure legs and eyes l scald head in children,scurvy Court fur the Middle District of
Georgia he is about 25 of 5 7 inches scorbutic gout, Pimpled or t bundled faces. festering Term 1832.
Will be sold before the Court House in .Monticello, years age, teet : r'lnrida1ay
on the fourth M-mday\ in October next, all the real high his dress is white honuspuu pantaloons, brown euption.i. and venerial taints throughout the body in Lodowick Stapleton, Jacob "\
Isaac G. dcc'd. Consisting of round Jacket, white cotton shirt, and a tlack001 hat. which last case the drops often cure when mercury Pyburn and Didama his wife
estate of Teague, ,- appearing: ;.
f fail also the best and Autumnal
They are Spring
The owner is requested to prove property, pay chargesand who was Didania Stapleton Ifffai&t.
Sixteen Town Lots n
take him physic to purify and, cleanse the system from humours I
away. William Stapltion, John AJ.: the :nti f'lc-:
Vith their improvements. And on the Monday o- JAMES: BRYAN, Jr.Jailor. which frequently appear at these seasons of the year.- Shannon,and Amtlm Ins wife, tiuneftiecourt
lowing, in :Magnolia, one Lot and a comfortable Brick 1'allaasseeApril 17, H''iNOTICE- They also aid the process of digestion and, by purifying t who was Amelia Stapleton that Earrisoa,
Store situate on Broad-alt. the blood prevent the secretion inah naut humours -
; ob Seaborn taS II. SiLov'tM.Jame
The terms of sale, will be made known on the days 11! of tho lungs. The proprietor confidently relies upon I pleton; Stapleton, and Zmo, Zenathan \ Lothrr.p( ;
WM. BLACKBURN the vast number of effected these C
tjf Sale 1LLbE..L. ..'...taie application is surprising cures by and Serenzo Miner, children ,.. Defendants, in
Administrator.May W drops, not only in Boston and its vicinity,but throughout I -
made to E. iJeiiisoii, .iguolia" or Spraguc's of ,V m. Stapleton, deceast-t', E the above Bill,
., 1st. 1P32.: \7 601. tie! Union for the bent proof of their excellence as I
j".iut-A large: and commodious house, suitable for and who sue by their next C: are out cf 'the
an unfailing alterative medicine, in all the cases above
Yrrvaie families Hotel. It is built that friend and o
or a on heal- guardian William Juristictirn cf
4 Ii OTICE TO specified. This article has recently been pronouncedby
thy situation known as Sprague's Point nearly opposite Stapletoa.-Complainnnts.: the Court. his
aPh 8ician of the first respectability, who had witnessed -
the Light House- The premises will be for < ordered
{ ready vs: on motion -
eiiicacv entitled in his
its surprising a-i opinion -
the reception of families or private boarders on the 15th John Stapleton, Lovit M. of Gco. Y.
to take the lead of all the popular articles knownfor
THE undersigned hereby gives notice that a July next There will be boats constantly plying between the above complaints and indeed it is fast gainingthis James, J. Harrison, H. LathWarner, Solid;

certain LOT in Tallahasse, upon which the Magnolia, St. Marks and Sprague's point, for point in public estimation, througlumtlhe country rop.-Defendants. tor firccmpisir.ants -
Court house is the conveyance of passenj.eis.Juae2b ( and the said defendants are hereby) directed and '
House stands, now occupied as a Puce $1 a bottle.ivr 6 bottles for rj 5)
IH3-2.: 46 tf required to appear and onswer the Complainants! : :Bill
bis property-that the title in fee is in him and ._. .
--- : of Complaint on or before the 1st Monday in :Novera
In Court the Middle
has never been parted with to any person what- Lcon&uperior for -
TooYLOR ber l after the date'of this order, or that in default
ever. All persons are cautioned against purchas- District Florida. thereof, the complainants Bill be taken COTI/M-'O
.lii t.ii.L Y Jll Lei If') of pro
the or removing therefrom fixtures .6. '
ing same, any against them the said Defendants. Provided a copy
I Whatever, under. penalty of being made liab e WILL ]practice in the Counties of Thomas, ZACII. JERKINS AFIUL TEUM, K332.. of this order shall be inserted in one of: the publio

therefor in law. This notice is given, as the Dec..tur, Early, Baker, Dooly, Lee, Sumter, vs. >i In Chancery. I News-papers, printed at Tallahassee, and published '

Trustees of John Laudanum have thought proper Randolph, and Stewart, in Georgia, as heretofore MARTHA JERKINS, J therein, once a week for four month. Which! Is accordingly

ta advertise Ihe said lot for 'sale, as his prop- (( ; and in the Counties of Jackson, Fayctte, appearing by the return of the Marshal, nnd by so ordered. THOMAS RANDALL.A : .

erty. HARDY VICKERS. Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, and at the ApPalachicola IT '. filed!, that Martha Jerkins does not reside rut Cop,

April 17th J83,. 35-tl., Bay in Florida. within this Territory: It is ordered that if the said Vv" H.' MATHERS, Jr. Clerk.
June 5th .
\pril17th 183235 Martha docs not appear and answer the complainant's -1-2
Auction, & Commission Business. CmSftmnan bill on or before the first Monday in October next, COTTON.

b trlt t3 i the said bill complaint, and the matters and things
subscriber been
.T having appointed therein alledprd, will be taken pro conft-sso, and decreed THE SUBSCRIBE! rtsncifuiiy imormsthc cit-
auctioneer for Leon counry, offers his ATTORNEY AT LAW. accordingly. And it is further ordered, that a ; of Georgia and hl.irid.rthathe) has conimenc'cu -

Cervices to the public in theauction commission WILL Practice in the Court of this District, and copy of! this order, be published in sonic newspaper' the manuf icturc of

ness. tie pledges himsclfto pay strict attention to all Jackson County VV est Florida. His Officeis in this Territory, once a week for three months suc COTTON GleN
business intrusted to him ; and attend estate or other on Jefferson Street, opposite that of the Register.N. cessively.
sales in the country. His office is in the town. of Magnolia B. All instruments of writing, will be;drawn I A true Copy, at his shop in Decatur County, Georgia: near Mr.Sandborn's .

here he may at all times be found. with the strictest attention to their legal accuracy. I, Tests JAS.S. LINN CI'k.June Store,near the Florida line.
He offers for Sale,at low number of Cotton
March 13-h 1832. 311t( B. BYRD. I a
Tallahassee, June 20, 1829. 3gt( 23, 1832 4G w3mBraintree
Gins which he:warrants tobe good ofquality &well tinishedHis

mmwcu( AItTJII1QiII 1i o JOSEPH LADD. Cotton Gin. Gin may be returned when not approved
i of on trial-Those desirous of purchasing
LARGE anti complete, assort iI I
.' tad sand well to on me.
I ment of Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just received HASUirTZCD2 y w o mJmii; i FOR SALE-A 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fra- Lettetsaddresscdto the Subscriber at B-imbrid,

i from New York and Baltimore sale, wholesaleand .. Swedes\ Iron, asso .el.J ,) from Braintree Manufactory. Apply to Gco. or Tallahassee, Florida, will be punctually attea
retail. Country Merchants Practitioners sup- U ti Crates Crockery Ware, Joseph YV. Klein,St. Marks. edd to JOHN WATSON.
I plied on the most acccmnmdating terms. 100 Cast Iron Ploughs, J... W. K will receive orders for other Saw Gins of
EDVV. thOTlbovc manufacture. .
SE1XAS. 50 Bbls. Pork (Mess clear and prime,) May221832403tHALL -
10 1832 47 tf
Druggist, Magnojia Florida. 10 Hhds. BACON, July .

c--M 'y29 41 tf 50 50 Bbls.Bbls. Fresh WHISKEY FLOUR, Blounfs Steel Saw Cotton Gins. HAVE j' received by late an' -

J 6. & NT. Hamlen! 50 Bbls. N. E. RUM, New-York.

10 Tierces Cheese, E Subscriber has
.TI an assortment

30 3 Bales Bbls. Osnabunrhs MACKEREL, Blount's best Stell Saw Cotton Gins, assorted 2000 Pair Negro shoe: <*ud Brogans,
sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws
30 Dozen Bottled Cider, be sold at $2 and 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fustains,
Liverpool: Salt, in Sacks and in Bulk, $2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first day of January 500 Do. do. Wollen Cloth and Satinctt?,
next to -
WljfES oe responsible purchasers. 100 Do. do. Point Blankets
various kinds, ,
received and offer for Sale.
.. just Fresh OLIVE OIL, BENJAMIN! BYRD. 100 Do. Rose &. Duflile do.,

o Barrels FRESH FLOUR, BUTTER CRACKERS, Magnolia, May 22, 1832. 4J tf 20 Bales Domestic Sheetings & Shirtings, &C.

35 SACKS COFFEE, Lard, Butter, 15 Dozen Wool Hats,
50 Barrels Prime and Mess PORK, And an additional sir ply of AttachmentGreen 500 Pieces Stripe& Plaid Domestics,

.", 6000 Lbs. Bacon (middlings, shoulders and mmmaWai1m do H.Liidirts, vs. Ben )j f UiE Defendants i in 150 Do. Scotch Bagging,

\ .g11n1S- V6'men I with his i f ins; i- ..trtment, are offered extremely Cha.1fes,Executor, and BetJL this suit will takesf _:::: R T.NewOrlean mn.::::_

f 100 Barrels NEW RUM,' low for CASH, COTTON, or HIDES. Floyd, Executrix of Dan.uce that application From by the Schooner
25 American GIN, Magnolia, A p-il i 1 3d 1832. 33 tf. vis Floyd, deceased, James will be made to the SuS.Lmn.nnrlRII"7nhl'hT.inn -
WHISKEY, r'fn '" T
'*->iim, jjcuur uurt
100 Pieces Scotch & Kentucky Bagging' .MEDICAL. late; ii bth.F1 d': Chas. County,v at the next oipun Oc- 150 Bbls. WHISKEY, i

20 Kegs best Richmond TOBACCO, Floyd,RobertFloyd,Gabri t.roger termto forecloseel 50 Half do. old do .

20 Boxes do. do. The undersigned have formed a Floyd,Thomas C. Duvis a mortgage given by Da 100 Bbls Superfine Nw:' Wheat FLOUR,

Ijapnolia, June, 5, 1332. 42 tf under the firm of CREWS & TRIPPE partnership, (for the &and. Milo R. Davis, sole I vis Floyd, to Henry M.Brnckenridge 100 Coil BALE ROPE, .
representatives of Davis 100 Pieces BAGGING:
the Heavy Kentucky ,
practice of the different branches of the science
H. BondHas ; Floyd deceased .Shouldtrs/.i6'O.V
of medicine. j west half of the North- 10,000 Lbs. Middlings & ,
''' They have on hand an extensive wc&tnuarter of section nine 5 Hhds. Canvassed JIM1S, .
township one one,
'. just received per late arrivals supply of fresh medicines which they will disposeof south and east, and the east half of the ,North range Fast 50 Boxes&.Kegs best Richmond TOB.1CCfl.

100 bls. New York and Western Flour, on liberal terms. Their office in Webbville, quarter ot section eight, township one, rang e ones 'h 20 Do, Porter and ALE,
151 carcro Prime and Mew Pork, Jackson County. H B. CREWS, and east, said land lying in the County of Leon a : 10 Dozen Collins & Cos. .iX Sf

1 00 Coils Ky. Bale Rope, HENRY TRIPPE. Territory of Floriua GEO. WALKER, Plt17s Act', 100 BAGS SHOT.FOR -_

Kentucky bagging, Webbville, April l\lay22. I IS32-40-tOct.T S.LE.O'

.. 10 Setts of small I Sugar Boilers,25 a 50 galls R. KELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS : .
Sacks of Salt Bbls Whiskey} ,
r .300 lust Received and a littlo attention to their ) Eresh S. F. Flour
timely administration wiU U 35" ,
London Porter Ale Cider Old .
Whiskey }
usually ensure a mitigation of these diwrders Coffee
and 25! Bags ,
\ Fresh Tea;.Imperial and Hyson, P FR schooner MILO,from Baltimore,and for sale, craUy! effect a cure. /The Pill are also in .easy and gent ef- 200 Corn. ..

'. 'k Sperm Candles,Winter strained Sperm Oil, 1600 bushels CORN, fectual remedy for the symptoms preceeding Dud accorpanymg ,,- Just received from Ncw. -Orleans.
: Smoked Beef Bolona Sausages, 1100 Bbls S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, the Asthma, and Consumption. For Colds. E.SEIXA5..'

;,'", r 35 Half brls. No 1, Mackerel, 40 15 do MACKEREL, Coughs. difficulty of Breathing, tightness and stri tur. Magno.. ..- 29, '41 tf _._.._.--..rt

'.:.; Spanish Segars, Coffee, &c.Garden 50. do HERRINGS, (Susquehana,) __ across the chest \Vbeezing.- "Pamintho, Spitting .
SACKS SALT of blood. drc.
'. Seeds, fresh, Few cases can occur of any of this .:n1neI .
.. 't. Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup, 000 L'b ACON HAMS (superior,) 'ass of disorder in which the purchaser of Dr. Relfe's OUNCES: Pelletier's Quinine, just M
,:: Any persons wishing to purchase the cp.rn, can have Pills will find .
; not a .0 low.
return for ther far sale
; Which! together with his former ASSORTMENT reditutil the first ofjanuntx l.y giving a bond with se- unre.. trifling expend- ccivcd from Now York, SEICSWt
offered on low terms to hh'customer turity.TIMOTHY 1L
i 4 Ate M'CARTY. Price-bole boars, ;.'0 J i ills J J t't Hm/JbU I ', Dt: MaII--1
9 March 28 32A Augm.17th 1 '
> ; t fr Pills; {iO. cenfS. .
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xml record header identifier 2008-09-14setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Floridian.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Tallahassee (Fla.)Newspapers.--Leon County (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Tallahassee (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Leon County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description "Laissez nous faire.""Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.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>.Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher Wm. WilsonWm. Wilson,dc:date August 14, 1832dc:type Newspaperdc:format v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.dc:identifier (OCLC)2060561 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Leon -- TallahasseeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida