The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
September 4, 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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Ttr..s.$ ....n.....ts('1"*i.r will be continued. until forbid,unless other- { m wa ;: .; UOO9Q' t < 4- '" AI ;

*i.*or(1'Tf on a11! Icttersand communications to th<* '. ., ,;. ,.a .. ... .- _. V ... .. -LI>,- V i1iV
Thr p'C mll'il: he c paW, or they will not receive atten- Si -> 1..i .8 ufttirMute: "ep Leon.n mil x: uaJc ; S.: ii4iiFOE: : uFt'1 LO\V' I 'ROPOSAL- ,
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Editor:, County Court of Lton County, for.letters of. '
tionJOS i( Administration! on. the est te of Vilfum.itherin: C'MSH. FORjfcyingthe the MaiW die United States
:.:---:: deceased. O. T. OMSB'Y Administrator. for t"U,-Ars!
authorised to announce from the first day of January 1833
\Ve are
](1' Au;:. 7, 1832. 51 6w. subscriber at his new store of.Jeffer to life-hft" December ,
V 'H ,V :. Eq-a ( :nd'"Jatc I |n rop"cntyui THE corner : y-firet 1834, on the
;\:\K- M..' ,/ ih"Mirx" Legume! &;.IUKII.eai'eauthorised Monroe-sireefs: offers for sale to the public following Host Routes in Florida Territory,
fiB: I','"I.', CAU'rlON.THE in general, handsome: assortment of-the following will be received at this Office until[ the 2d day of .

\\ ;; to announce Subscriber will not t.ay any amount from named articles at the most reduced priced for cash,Viz: November next, inclusive, to be. decided. on the

Can-Mai- date, unless contracted by himself. a writ- 9th f $
ifiritDl"! : Es'i. A leprrsrm ; day () November.
: tin order. W:M. B. ,
Ihl' ...x' L'! Council. M'CALL. 2477. From Mont <".ello in Jefferson
,k) I' 111 rill r'alJl'lhn' see, 1 1832 51 3m Countvr;
(.a; august Silks Bla'-k Lrosdenap Italian Lutestring Black
--- .Magnolia, in Leon County, 40 miies and back
an* authorized to announce) B NU-TTALL and Sarcenet, Blue, Green, IGik, and white Florences, once a,week.

Co1''E" \\VIIITI- candida-e, to represent WILLIAM. ', Figured. Silks in rarietygrish Poplin, Silk Velvet, Leave'Monticello ..",
HIX' IN, have formed a Law Cotton do. Tartan Plaid urniture Calico every Wednesday at 3 A. AI-
t'Jotu1 ill tilt" :U Con-res r nership, and will practice in the Courts of the 4.lid- Black Lasting, BoMnct an rf thread Laces, Irish Superior Linens, Arrive at Magnolia the same day by 6 p. jyj. .w.
ie District, and Jackson County. Office near the Leave Masnolia erery Thursday at 5 A. !
VTire authorised: to announce Sea Island!' Cotton Shirting. Plain and! figured Jaco-i M
-rF\f iditIitc tn Planters Ilot.l.tahahasscoau. ucett, :Swiss and Book MuVins, shawls, worked capes Arrive t Alonticello the same day by 6 P 3f.
: ':'\' \L, 5-lr, 's :x tA: : rt"l'resenf ; 7, 1832 51 3m 2473. From St.
c: tl Lt'd .!:\ti're Council. and dresses, handkerchief, Calicoes, Ginghams!; Nankeens Augustine to Tampa Bay, and
; ."un"1". neXt BAGGING and Bale Brow Holland, Tr nth Brown Linen, Furni- backjpnce in two weeks. .

--: -- ji'h.' to UIHI'IU1't G FXT COTTON ture Dimity, fine Cloths, 'assamcrs and Cassmetts, Leave Su Augustine every other Thursday ar _
; K: uc [ \' and fir sale: by .. Flannel pv- 'roc'ths
'! Leon County white and Scotch and Russia 6 A. 1 iVI.
u.ui Janicpnsent:
i. .1 ( : LDWD.: SEIXAS, .
v. t sh'it'Mru: tsinbiirHARDWARE.*
: Arrive
.,. ." \. L, :th'C: t t.mH'1}. .tbatni4ia( :\t1 a 7, b32 lU i tfa 6 P. M. at Tampa Bay the next Monday by

A ...F". A:" -
'I: .ut" ::111tl1U' 1'd lii l.\1I1Hl1WC J..AEONC.ADE l\T. Leave Tampa. Bay other ;V
: every Saturday at
P) -. \] ': ':'TIN'' EI<'l- a c.unidAc! ? :o roprrsen v-u! iiH'-r Cession of this mututiJn.cltscd A l u- '- ". iV extensile a<5, men. < f hardware, f',.,i C A. M. .
ToiM-it-s I in the next Le-. i on
j. 1, .::11'1: 'ati'I! THE Si II J ULe Lv u Public Examination of theCsiuucnifc I sisting "'I: .': )lives and ,.. .cs, Fen hnivts: iponScissorb. : ,, Arrive at. St./A. 'ustine the next Saturday' byi ",).

C I :;: ; were happy i in sui'ing our conviction ofr. : Ilanrs:, L'x'lii \'.:;.erstQhieisi\c.! L.dIC: 6.P. 1\1. -.4'- V ,,; f;: V !
'" f .J .. .' and thon-iii-h uavancriucni of the vith i "m.Iate ":.;;"nmrn: ,f' r:1rp<'u:C'1''I' P.L1Ir. 1. 2479. WV
1 pid
q .a. UlIi'i-.....- : Pupils. >o From Quincy by Fort t;ads ,_
I7: raiiiliili'o > I U'c d-. !but duty toour d"cs, and i jutnce tl'1'. Cox IJOOrj'S& den to iachicoJa
,. :!ri:1: lj q. a 0 n SHOE \pp Bay, 65 miles and back
J""J :Ie SUprilltCl1 tu ,
present saythe acqu.tnituisof
.. Le-lisU'lvrP n-: : k.
nrtXt A once wo:
; : lame i alliHATS
.Y- .r tic Mudaits\ were creditable to Uicinselies.uitt, hi;t assortment nt t > -

f', 'I !iy h-ni,',urabie I to I their instructor. The lower d"s s.>j.eciU'J > -I lIlurlr' anti '\ }...\\,-'\ h made i{ Leave Quincy; every Monday after the arrival .

.-. N .\ : with readinets uid c'-rtainty tlnL C\.iUI'UJIIII- :D@ .:i1tD : \ w "' ('1 l"thqi"! ::{ f! to ;ntnoiinrTH. .. uaiial prf.ficicncy, and the higher class: -t.ivid the : ,\ ., .rlv .'1'-.. noon, arrive at Appalacbicola Bay the

," urn f). '::"':'1. ", C.uI'fhtc': to reur.cntU questions proj).isc-d! ihei.i aptness, ira accir- ; .' day by 7 I'. :31. next
4C't Lohth'; (' CU'IflC4)}. 'y, proviiig noionly a familiarity;: \\ itli t( \. bool *ju; '-' ._
Ii1T\'. i iT1 ? : ; AND CAPS
1"111) liii .- i ii-iicral acquaintance %v itb the prill''IDIS! (Jf:>?;Ic'e. i.- : Le :\'C Appalachicola Bay everySundayV

.- .. ..: .,..... 1': ,,'f'l''!'tn..t 1 to alll )()' 'ucc) Th; Truvteealri\t" ri-iicv/rd .hciren.:a;;tnr-u1: v*. < i. 1t. 1 ,.v .oi ..' ul LJ'; eht 01 the at 5 A. M. arrive at Quincy the next day by
Cox and the duties of the will be '
.,' \1.BH\nFOHn. Ksq. a C.inilil-it' : Academy; 1'oard rdt ; ; .nost t ihsliioiiHMtf II A l S & lAli of i2 noon, in time to connect with the mail
T" (I 011 the I iMd.iy: uf()(:tlcr.! Thc ''csiyn: in I
r,' ::t l-':i County, iti the r.cxt I,eiri l.Ttive improvement! !!! the biuMiii'r; uhich niil and much! i> t. from I'ullahsssee for Milledevile.

(.'".Kit{ !. __ ___ I .., convesMenci'mil. ; procuring. sur-i! apparaiiij. a mayneces G IIO{'LIlIES. NOTES. -
'"'} ; < <:arv ;. fnilit.ite; !the' '. quJp-iuc.i fAa! J liriua..c.i : .'- 1. The Post Master the right

.vK .J ) ;tV '). TVYLOIlin-r Lu.ivld! :('. Tne i": of'i'tiitiou[ remain tt.t.ut r- .A h.uge' iva-k, ,ii all to expedite the Mails, and to alter the .>9'C'lJi

; ,.i .uJ .'ui. I .thJ.! ,-ishfil:*!- i is' -'. .d. Il.-anl: may ;J'e b'.ti'ifd in Pri\atc tamliics; i'cravasonable tsvariety.FLOUR. their arrival and departure, at any time during tt.e

I '1.o l' .,4"1'l'U' t" resllnl' I Iij 1)r.teSiUII- enni|'en-aiion Any iiilorin.uiou rclatuij: continuance of the contract, by giving an adequate -
I'r' '1'y1tI."P! I ."0 Tf l : > .he Institution will be rhn.ifully mniiahctl >;y cither .
.: condensation: never exceeding! a: pro rata
of the b'ubbcri'oing:; Trustcc.CI1.IILES; *
-iiLY I I Vl'ONT! TO FAR3IKRS: :; AU'TLN: I ilty EuiTcit-M J j.oMoi) iiC\\ "\ licat flour allowance, for any extra expense which sue: -A-

KI.-; i. ; f,>rvtk-ll, ,'.., vl liiib1: ,' .. \\ILS Al'MiJLLi T, teration may require. t

... .u, C\S" .T\T\ 'rt'..,!lyinnLahJack-: R. V. U .LLF'..ill;, ALSO. 2. Seven minutes shall be allowed for opening- ,

4",. ,j". Tin.i. I. <-'"> ") ,*':':, *vn. "irn anibwoNt. ..JAM.rj .-', I and closing the mails at each otTice, where no particular ..

j'l.I tl'.I'Y' Ttrrin ry c.f FjirjJa.r1Iic c Lmd. URRUTT P. BKTTON.RUDKRTCUTLKK ;Sadleiy; Crockery and Glass Ware, time siiall be specified but thc Post Master

,u.' ,.t"" iiby 1 nnvi'u iheTt-rriturv. in point flf ; General reserves to himself the
.1 r. .i I',, i f 4?;t.1 abvn :i'it ir.t!('>;:and forf>ls nfthc H. K. CALL. 'fill ware, Looking GlossesSalt: Ready ding the time. : right ofextew.

14 fl,"' "' -' "JfW-! rll' fined qf.tlesnftnli! *! The Undersigned h.n'inij !1"/1 present tiuriug a con- made clothing stationary &c. &c. 3.
Foren'ry ten minutes dea!
i in
Ix.tli idps nf V <; !Vp- > arriving at
iV ,- t e! 'Iw fieflll a r. itlf'r.tlI'I"j rt of the F.xiiminalion: It Ue Studints n.
.,,_ i '; ., .twr.sUnd iiin nffk lie'ween. tljem! a'ul ;!he Leon Academy on the I I.thlJr.. take l'J(,."!un' in sra- JAlESl'.ML.LLI I any point after the time prescribed inanyconract,
; :tllllasst'C'! :;I1\11Ih'r t. :h I:3I.: : J i t; the colltrdctorslmafl forfeit .
Jive dollars.... _Il'thp_ d.
I i it
t_ .k I'iif su't-r'f.'p' tVv'.Ms C'n'II.\.UIUIf't'f\. iJr.Lthat; tlieir eiixicialions M.'re ir.<.it; than met bv _-- '--- u_ --
-, ft'. j '11mnClItlt'j" II Of- 'llOf hnljs HSv t .r.y :t1'1't' tlle iuprun'mcut; ;-x! il'itedon that oer..iin. 'V V ILLIA.M: BAWLS, ) IX the ::upe.v i lay shall continue beyond the time for the depar

]'.I"I. : I vicinity' In \' t'w if the ''ircumstan atti-ndir.'.. the course o: ; > ior Court of I ture of any pending mail, the forfeiture, shall bue- V

(J" T I'.t' f'. lust met iitii of snid Academy: and/ the Hxaminaiion rtJVrred MICHAEL U.CHKIST: :1N. S the .Middle qual to twice the amount allowed for carrying tie:

p,r- i 1\ ;..'.uig; t.n !.urrliisj: cm know the p.irtiru-! tct, undi.r the Kuj-litUfiidnicc of :Mr. C"\, District of Florida, huldeu in anJ for the County of I mail one trip. It it lie made lo appear 't'inf; re
"h l .td. li\* addn.'is! the fcubsrrsbcr! ,! Gad! .den.Th .
jj"i : \ (".Lr. i i j ;; thryconfidt-utly eij .'< t the illcrca ill:; usefulness of ih.Iiiiiitutiuu delay was occasioned by unavoidable accuhir, i.fwhicii
.1. i'""'fill!' rv, \1 \1,."".*. in ins cLar .'. j Defendant will tdke noticl'thlt: thc above quit the Po Blaster: (it-neral sbai.: be
STnPHEX" ''.:-. HARRISa -KXFf'A G. BIL\GG, was in"ti ute1 by .rnces of ttarhment returnable to thej-.i; v,
. the forfeiture' be reduced
to the .
may of
. 1. _') 2if the of said Court. an..i
r; n'-2: 101" I). HALL.T.illashassf last Max term
pay tor a trip:; but in no case can that arno>..u: rf
-- f. KS32; < tf C.H.tJuPoNr.Atturney ; .
'p,July .11)
|| r- -;\\\ t STPlKiIi.!:-*, ((:(1.t"o' \ } f, imlebtrd .tH < for f remitted. The:" t forfeitures. are otherwise u-ic: : rditional -

:t 3L 'lI'-:lL. who lnc not M-'tlo
\ yar' H31. by ti't>j "r tlwr'vic, t.> come forwardIfl"1CuiLIY 4. Persons who make proposals will stall r.r

:and" <-.'itlc! the! .blilH by note or payim-nt, LL ituvl! ',. i prices by the to be made
A porsoiis tc-<: !tlw( < >: uc.I'th"' !bate B<.n- year payments qu rrly -
At 11' I 1'1}' "T uukil-rviicc_ v.ill be ji\en unless a atttle- .t _jamb Taylor, for JMII. Ua-fsof bra at lnai.cti > TINE, I ; tu the months ur..lIAugust, Noven.1;! .,. :iJ

lu .n' j-. 'IJhh.; 2i II. will j ", iihout delay in 4K, |uyinent to :AK-s I "'i- J February, one month_ from the expiration < i r .jcli ,
3' tth t."o1 : .. FRESH DRUGS &C.
Luoksrnian& Craig;! | : ;( -. ter. V

.STORAGE( &C. JNt). TALOR, Adm'r.! r.v : : i .e fron. quai
I-1 5 None but a free white person shai: It- employed
7: -TUlTUllnF.S: j avc spacious and safeA. m.r. 1, 1832. 'lO)_:'f., V -'1' ,:k a 1II"li l ;' t ; 1 j'I/I'-!] '.\ :nf SIJMiideiin to carry the mail. .

I :tr<:.I.\IIS"S! at St. ? larks for the reception ofCU.fl II I!I V JMarshafs bale. Cctte Madeira, Port, b'. Protiosals! iotiidstatc! whet} or t'.e .crsoijpn : ..
( "ii srrcu: I' r f>r *-hipnnn. and' :tlmy will nik: '
Marsala: Claret Hermit- )po>:cs to carry ill a ;bur horse c..2rh a
I ,
P Ii OL ;'vs 'i Jvlivery ; wln! th-y artr allowed tot -&T 71L1. iioiore the Court House door! ii. ,

!'->. 1 it : 'ttsi.i i: t!:e ioni t-> any .,f l'tc f'dlo in I y V T'KCouniy! L'-rn, Ciy cf T.allaliUaseu, 01. age, and Canaiy. two .ior'ecoic.i, or otherwise.

P ? :--t s Y'W-tirl.:4n.: CIurlesT! ; 11. Baltimore! the tirs: -turd.iy: III S.';..;'tniber next, all the li:ihit.,; ti- I These wines have been 7. If tut-person otlerisig: jjrojwsi-s xvi* 'i.t-s; the
}v. 4-r. ; Ir"Videjt: ', Lh"Tp'H"Or 11avrr.h *. I tIt', chill .i nd interest .>f J. hn Lau aman to Lot 2o.I I Tereiice to the "f the imported sidI.J; with pirtic'ilar: n-I privilege of caiTving newspaper*, out otii'* MailIK J.

( .:.i. "J\O:' 'I1nWll'." tl Ky will rlfirrc SJ por ('('n' I. I 171)), in It c City of Tallahassee, and the improvements lie PURE ADULTERATEn wants JUICE irp warranted OF THE! : (hOst! stale it i it* l bio bid; otherwise, he cntmotenjoy

ftiToiit'e "HI xalesaud: will be rf'.p nsil,!e to 111f'! i io t"Udl, to satisfy: the balance on un execution m favor Gil APE. They will' be sold as l.iw' as v :inc.:i -thei? that, privilege.
'.r" fir jLMylss l uiined! the I Hubert II. Culversun. tue siiiil Juhii Lau a- 8. I'W h : ilUlls( lor
: ) f
i rs n voyage through quality can be afforded i f,r CH: ONLY. ; ) any improvcmt-nU ra sporting -

jjivi", ,..,.0 "';' tt"r: 'r"irt. '\tri'rt lug; ill"UrlIlf't'. man. For T.JAS.E. RAXDOLPJI Si: T1UGHK: Marshal.. M. Those whose accounts of !las! year rim till .!hti.', :in; the! ui.iii, as ti> tiiu manner of cn'rcrease ,. -
?- |':1' 2 f r .
July :30, 1S32 50 tds:: rtque.-"-d to setls tbtm by Ca:-h nr iioti, I% idtoi( :! expedition, tilutnion routes//-j-- f ncy ....-- V_
h Co.. I' ;,.... further delay, as no further credi! will be ::iven .me; I ,,trip.:;. or itay improvements, arr vi ed to "" I"
.o .a ; "1..A.= '..1 .., he 15th of July next to who.. .
OTICE. any one c accouivs f. be siuted in the proposals, and \\'iII1) Lu.i.:; ;(:-.n-d-,
last year may then remain lIus ttl(1. eicd.
A'i th !!Tr.l*. vrynf cnnd.s received in this IX Weeks ftcruJtc app ication will be made! to E. B. .
.LL'"'iy: .ih'::, '- I '..n.nd wliioji} TIC offered low f.rcas. V S the Count Court of .ellil County, for letterdiiH7iistratlon Talhhassce! Juic2Gh: :! JSSi. .J5 tf. y. The number of the route, and its begin-
... ; .; -'< :11 b.. f'nmd, at the new store of the. snh- .ef A on the estate Judah Benjamin deceased. tutu!; and termination as advertised, Sii '<-:1"1 i 1-

fi' Vr, ,. SF.x-hui'-t-strect, a choice: 'lot (If fancy : U. C. ASHTO.N m'ra To Planters ted in every bid; and the proposals must IIC be:; t'J,

:Ohd: : (':l sm'rs, a put of: which they will men- July 24, 132 49 Cw directed to the "Genera! Post Oflice &'I' ]\IaiI: Ct.ii

'oa. ,F l)Il .S.ALE.-4 Cupper, Boiler?, tracts:" and superscribed "Proposals." t ta

S-jjitriiluc I rape Finished, Broad Cloths, For Sale on Consignment.Sacks A 1,0-' opper Dippers, fkin-r"er< and ::('onps.t The following( !: is a rox-r; fbri f fosa; Proposal.
d},). Vvlv.! do. reduced price* -Also JO Horse "
; ( pair Mill tone 1 trill convey: the Jfall, asprfeabty atitertheinenl -
P, on* .j.b..J!,: eN c trf England!) 20 COFFEE, Apnl) to ilETTON&EMORr.Aky : on route \o. from 'c -jcr
IT! 1(' Mivr" do do do. IZ. 1I3* r- tfFORTE "
Darren RUM
10 the yearly compensation ofdoitnrs..
d<\ 'in'un') Brown
20 B',ica: Marseilles Claret, jiIANo ,lie must: state the puce ol his residence and if not
>ue Green, do. 10 Cider for -ASuj.cri
Contractor he must his bid with
Saxuny blue : a accorupany satisfactory -
do. 2 Cutks Brown Stout. 'i Insirumcnt in e.u\llcntorder i'I''f' .
La\ lIjcr Drib, and! Dove colored Cassimcre, :J. W. I>LEN.I ;' I tale low- Apply to E. ;SF.I.X: : S. 1 : recommcn da lions.
A. \\ri'q'; silk Vestjn.s, (Itf'W ) ' '. I fllS32 tf. 10. The distances, as statciL are estimated.
pattcm ;Marks, July 20, IS32: 49 If ? 52
F! l t.tnJkl.1"'hkf.! .;, Pnllg-'e do. and may not be entirely correct: but itauy Cfrd'S

w '::1' I' ;i-jd: 1iniy cravats,- D {. COLEMAN respectfully uf:' KtK: : > :. lU'i'>L.-: !hu-' "-Lv r,-v. :VV' -, VrV: have occurred in relation to them, no increase of
4 I). .'.'.U ne fasLionaLlc linen shirts, fcrs his professional srtvieesto the Crize* of. o-i hand at their stores Tallahassee andt. compensation will k allo\VccloJl that account. The ..

d.. ,10 Boson'.;, ; !: : \iarks it- foii\vin! < l1-ticicstlfl11trcha1U.Ii t.:, viz: Contractor will inform himself: point. -

"cmlenitns\ silk Jc :'rriim half hose, "Iah'FOn'IIISA.LE. 125 Pieces Cotton Bagging: : 11. The Post Master General reserves the-
d.'-i Cotton nnd! Angola doiiiJk fcO) Coils Bale} Rope. ._
of Contract whenever
and ilk V.hct i-'Ux-ks, latest fashions 200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, right annulling any repeated ; -
'aJiltsidii! 8000 Ibs.Bacon J:idcs and Hams failures to arrive within the contract time shall
the al
to o\e they fl'er a splendid assorc& Ji FARM AND NEGROES. : ,
% (If Heady inai'' Clothing, mnnufacicd in the hkIt3.1c. 30 hrls. :Mess,and Prime Pork, occur; or whenever one t failure shall happen amounting -

tivnrk.zid! ml'tterills: which they warrant V ItYILLsella valuable tract of Land 50 Kegs: Leaf Lard, V to t14!. loss of a trip; or whenever any direction .

tl' be ;:cnuinc.--c..u iHin of blue*, black miles tat of Lake Jmki. 30 Monongahela: and common \VhUkey, which he may give shall not be promptly .
1JMIJI.! and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks,. ., and seven miles N. E. Tallahasaie, a 5 vjrls. Baltimore Gin, obeyed. rt

d l( Pd.n! .c.. silk Yel\'ct Vests, Flnremine to.i1k ditto ; -sirablc and healthy residence, conu n- Jamaica and New-Orleans Rum, 12. No bid withdrawn after the timefor t

l''I MIll .\larsci1les, all of 'J1I.h they will! 5t11 i 1115 five eighths of excellent Land, one 10 brls. Molasses receiving it has expired, and should any per f.
:'"% ..t .... jnd of which is in cultivation and under 20
liJ"C8!' t. BULL sixty brls. Superfine Flour, : 4""
R. B. & J. B. son refuse to take contract at .his bid, be shall '
\clULtr2M 1831. 14tf good fences, on the same is a commodious Dwelling 40 I.als. IickerelNos. 1 and 3, r'
forfeit all other cunir ctS'that he l ac.with :1
House, built of the same materials, a frame Gin 400: Sacks Liverpool Ground and. Alltim Salt, may : .
House, with a fifty saw Gin and running Gear, tu- Which together with general assortment of Groceries -. the Department, and be held responsible for all

W A- TED: tire new, all the out buildings equallv good. Ten or Dry Goods, Hardware,Crockery ware,CastingsIron damage that may result from his failure to com VV

a ml1 mlT cD: :? l1 Qf1fiJ' twelv 1ikcly\Ile odkd Working Hands the abovr assorted, Cast, German, and Blistered Steele,- ply.

: i';, 1\ I iith. H. t. 4' .Ia H. with all the HOUSEHOLD.WD KITCHEN FUR- they offer to their customers and the public at fair 13. No Contract nor bid can be trnnsfened :

-'- JflTURE, Hunt::>. Mules, Oxen, and other Cattle, prices. august 23th 1832. 2tf without the special and written appro'atioti'of{ !

jJi ire }:1u uvatt. Cacr.n, a stOCk of liogsVaggon and Gear, and the V the Post Master General; and an assignment of a ,
CropnfCorn and Fodder, will be sold Steam i. Boat from :St
present years Leslie A. contract,or bid, without!his, consent, first obtained 11

INRANcr! against loss: or damage by FIRE can 1),1 Thompson accommodating, Esq.. Tallnhassee terms, by,applying or A.. Overstreet,. ))Ia.rkstoN; ; ; .,: s.A in writing, shall forfeit it. rhis rule: will never. r."

a...... : (111 the m-Jst favorable terms, on npplirM Agent for the Undersigned! on the prcwises. PEACHY & l\IAcKIN- bedeparietlfrom.
'!Uo the riuljrrilM.Tt accntof Protection Insu- ELIZA OVERSTREET. 14.: 11 a Contractor or his Agent shall violate-
; .
I.linT '"'"f1"1?'! Hartford Connecticut. In every at- N. B. Persons wishing to purchase! can view thc ;'il DIR,a of First:St.Rate:arks, have engaged the Post Office l law, or shall transmit: commercial

Eated?'.n ir Cash value of the property must or' premises at any time, by applying as above intelligence by express:: more rapidly than the wail!,

tecIIe.s, and of wtis
tht r.presi-nta.tion, and the g-xxl mora) To ply between this!' place and New-Orleans. The when a Contractor shall run a stage,'or.other vehicle -

au Iil'Jactt'.f."r i"capplicant. The solvency ofthc OitH: JOhN MORRIS only 18 months old. is Schooner more rapidly or ,more frequently than he is'
1.1: Mi-MCasaiid puuciuality! be confidentlyrfc-I rigged, has a high Engine of 40 Horse ?
ylUOI1. may ; pressure power required by: contract to..carry.the.mail, he shall
I:.. B. PEHKIl':$. with v;'ew Boilers. drawa only 3 1-ii feet water, and 5)
aJl1.C:.:'C.. ..'. 22, 1S31. 27tf feet when loaded-is 114 feet long 23 1-2 fees Beam, give the same increased celerity and. frequency to
the mail unless the Post blaster General shall
and 50 feet including guard*-has good Anchors Cu-
GEoij' s. HAWKINS lies &c. &c. otherwise direct) and without' increase of. .. couipensation. -
A ;:;,E: counsellor ai LAW Mariann She tailed from Norfolk' on the 5th inst. and is expected .
\ .
I.I""It\! 'twarv Gt.t; 1831.J V f' at St. J\Iarks\ daily. Immediately on her arrival 15. The PotmasterGentral 1 reserves the right
------- Auction Sf Commision BUs 1USS. ', slie will be prepared to carry ,a (party of Pleasureto curtailing or discontinuing any route;when

eYV-Stjre in Tampa Bay, orauv'other part: of the Coast requiredby in lib opinion the.public interest shall ..require-?

N .:I.t. <, ,: Quine. SUBSCRIBER having been ap- the majority of the party. Individuals wishing'to and in such case the, contract shall cease, so far as
alii.. n* ::1 :i .i.i.citizeii8U' THE take a trip in her will please leave: their\ nature immediately 'curtailed or" the whole it"
"" CIunrr l and its AUCTIONEER for Fajette County.oflemLis relates the: part, 10, .. ,
CI .. vicinity that the'11a"I'
0') at the Bur ofthe Planters Jlotel, at.Tallahassee.'or .
a ai' ; I'Mlc in the Auction kCom'tiii..iion allowance of month's
lla! fervicesto the discontinued-an one extra
I .
place ,
fUuud ,1C" where will alnnyu uv ,
11 "f : s Peachy Sg Mackinder! St, Marks, Notice V
a&v.rtmcnt of Seasonable Good Alueu Ufincis. pay being made to ihe! Contractor.!!: :! V VV
4.tiDlt If sufficient
? will be given uf her arrival. number, of
\ ...rOODf.;, GHOtERIES Ho pledges himself! pay strict attention to, all I baintm 16.< All Contracts for routes embraced in this
:Subscriber* for pleasure cannot be had, sht-
J-JWWARi entrusted lo him, and to' attend to Admiuwtralyr party .,isemeut.sball comlQt"r1c 'the first T
CUTLERY, ,immediately| commence her regular. rips to New- on d3YVOt- F
4 CUOthEiUE .other.'r' in tUe.Counlj. .
GLASS.VARE, or January next,:aud.continue two years. V
h.. "S.lDJ T r.::. .. the Town ofOcbesee,.where be.may V '
: office is
t. IJu
lbefh ole 1 'U 10" ,'*....!-" For farther information, apply to, Capt. Thomas Decisions on lads,will l b4 made known on the-
ea.'n he .') c( \Vb! rh'will bc8oUa8 clieap as the; :.a'all, time be round. JOS. .R.BETTON. Drown of the Planters Hotel,Tallahassee.ih'e 'ninth day of November next. '
.ureIabed .
.t1'c f' I" this far from NtyigatIzi.' 'They in'- ftrark!( AJir j5'J332. I4w V l q.1; V iIy\RUY .. ... ',..,
.8 and :JO. J8J'J..1 8w :
! JQ f "or tif'n tllf!'pubrt' geiieralty to enl lIz'n. Aoput ;.iTILAYED llm'tlie: plantation of the subscriber u ..-ji. ;,{ iat ? GeneraL .' ,/ : : V
I ..r. 8. V ; .. .
l.u'ln"'I\ Thlf ,hii' "
r"elpc.L (allv.b0liit a (\ S ; : iJ .few middle: zed Horse mule, GENERAL POST OFFICE DEAATMET .' ,
J.Dirky' I. ; ; lagc. .\) LOll & KLE1!\.- ; ;, gaiw : t't'J. 'I we- k ':ago, a Bay V V V' l ', -. y. ,
1 Af'TI13d., .JbJ2. G.t. N' fly LEA ba'e jo II t received a ..maU. orandcdjvilh a star.on the neck. A suitable. reward :Jtil1j'2fth; 83:2.: .t-
n33. tf. .
1 Ih Mill, which tbe; offer for will beginenfor" ljy'il1formotion! or dehirery.V ...
COJtl.\I18SION per1ndculaifugar 1LA.NK BILLS
Q'sI"f be Bl.: f :" fl. \\'. BRADEN.nltgl LAD.NG-JIL!
of'iI'W tamed. ,,::91 as -u uaJ. Bl St. Maik ..,!Ie on 'A credit until. 'March nexj V t 23jTi 1$3.2; 2tf tad and fa: o s le thU?
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j 1' 1 '! States should! think proper. to diminish. tBoscjeneral'mtcsln IN o rgstovr .-Q f'.the cases tetoai- : .gi D. pQat Q..eo.i
."" BYAUTHQ: ., I...... Y\_ -. ': ': :anew. tariff. : I ported,' a.:feV deaths" haveVYedneadayfi ,occurred--New an hour a erwatds' !: t tbea1"one! orft ..;.._.'J'! _

of'I In 'VouiSlderation;of'this 'stipulation! ,'which cases from P. M.< to Saturday, next, hoUrw_ htcb producYd'r .dr

shall be binding on'fhe United States for ten 9, A. M. 58,,of whomll.hare died. Please give. I the above a comp'"fete cnie.

:1r .yearn, the French Government abandons the WeC we,' (ays the Norfolk Herald I ol( way, and oblige. A publicity fn you

1 reclamations which it had formed in relation the 13th) to regard merely the mortality cb SUBSCRIBER.

4 to the 8th article, of the treaty of cession of has been caused among the white population THE BLUSH OFMQDESTY.-u .

Louisiana. It engages, moreover, to establish of Norfolk by the Cholera, would give us us, deareuxis," said some of P atnt.

I 4 t on the long staple cottons of the United very little uneasiness. Since its commencement habitants oi tortona 'the chief.
States, which, after the exchange of the raft the number of white persons who have the Grecian Helen, and in her us a 0 f'
the bCa11-M
c ; fications of the .present convention shall be fallen victims to it, does not exceed fifteen, o f t female loveliness." 1 {

THlfREilDKNT OF THE UNITED)I A.T l MCH.ICAGT brought directly thence to France by the vessels and it teas nearly progressed to the end oil's the artist, on ondition Consent' repltef T ,

I A PROCLAMATION: of the United States or by French vesse's third week. Of these few cases, probably models, six of the most you send to ale
WHEREAS a convention between Ited the same duties as on short staple cottons. not one \t ou'ld have occurred, if a due regarc; your city, in order that I ,eaiden; ;> o f

States of An.erica, and His Majesty the King Art. VIII. The present convention shall 1 had been paid} to temperance, abstinence trom some particular charm." may On select from tod- .

of the French, was concluded and signed at be ratified, nnd the ratifications shall be ex I fruit and other improper food, and attention to come, !'to beautiful 1 in the morrow- tW

Paris, on the fourth day of July, in the year of changed Washington, in the space of eight premonitory symptoms. With very few exceptions that now for the lira tune youth the and 1'';receful Hess

our Lord,'on thousand eight hundred and thir months, or sooner, if possible. I they were ot the lowest class of th ed the power of his painter mistrust!

ty-one ; which convention is word for word In faith of winch the respective ,Pie art. Ye are indeed fain
as ; niPoten community and rendered fit subjects for the my charming maids" 'he j.

p follows : i,tiaries have signed flies articles,-and thereto disease by the grossest habits intemperanceJut dispensable that should said,' but ,t is i in.;
The : set their seals. you sit
United States of America: and His I L the :rell destroyer is making sad have led." Unveiled !1" to 11eun el.

j Majesty the King of the 1 rench, animated j!, Dope at Paris, the fourth day of the month :irmwg the poor blacks.: This, as we have C- surprise ; unveiled never they nil exclaimed J

with an equal desire to adjust amicably, and of July, one thousand eight hundred and tUrI fore ub:erv dts to be ascribed mainly to their:i from mouth to never was echoed *

in a manner conformable\ to equity', as well as I i I ty-one. ut': ,r disregard of all the admonitions of pr Uever, of entreaties but mouth. By dint how..

+ to the relations of good intelligence and il1. W. C. RIVES, .' [L. s.] and experience. courteous artist more by flatten th&

sere friendship which unite the two countr.ce, HO RjC"[ }: SEBASTIAN, [L. B.] It i is certainly not the wish of the Board of scruples of five! of succeeded them in allayinJ th(1(

'p .,, the reclamations funned by he respective: \ND WIILRCAS the said convention has been I Health to conceal any part of tho truth, however of the ixth remained but the constancy
Governments, have, for this duly rut.tied on both and the unshaken.
purpose, named: pqrts 1 respective alarming it arty be. The)' have stated it were to be \ onus herself" u'ibouCH
for their Plenipotentiaries to wit the ratifications of the same, were this the she cried
Presi i- ., dayfcx- number of death of cholera upon tho only nantiy( 'I would tndi; '
dent of the United changed, at the not consent.'
States of All
by and with the u -I, city Washington, hy EdIjivingalon information upon i.luch they bad} a n ht to tulation was vain she expoll
I ward tIed
vice And consent of the Senile blushing
\\ Ilhamj.. Secretary of State of the rely. I tool his Zpuxis
-ri. Rives, Enyoy 'I United States:) and Louis Charles pencil and colors-studied .
Serurier .
j 1 l and Minister of A person ha- !ht''P ri employr touitcndut and after his models

"."0. Plentpotentiary of the said United- Mates, J liar of thtt Legion of Honour, Envoy J.x+raordin the bur.ul groiuici) : and ;k'.cp j .l itt of th- ui'er- but, produced his n few*. weeks" of incessant la.

near His Majesty the King of the I rent'h. ii'v il.nd1inrster; ) Plenipotentiary: His ments (;nil.:! Clr" Ul l'..:ir.C:, ati! dl"'ca c s .art and the Helen, the glory Of b.iJ::
; admiration
aRd His Majesty the Majesty} the ivinjj of the French .. of the
King of thc 'renrh in the -ai irl his fir. t report irom Saturday noon, to ,' world. The
Sunday day o
e public exhibition
Count Horace Sebastian! rute.i! States, on the of their arrived the
Lieutencnt General I part ftp( div:.: noon, i> as t follows : ; applause
I. ot his; Airnies, his Minister h ort'rutnuuts. was unanimous-the candid and
1 Secretary of St' iteul'l i> hit. females, unprejudiced
2 were
for the Department of Foreign Affairs.: &c. Now TilEKEFORE, DE> IT K otv2v THAT i i. Coloured males, 10 reclaimed enraptured-the jealous and the envious: i

&c. who, after ANDREW JACKSON) Pivsnl"nt or overawed. But, alone '
having exchanged their : ul't: nit ed females, tied di?sat .
10 amidst
the ?
t. powers, found in :!cud and due form, have agreed States of UrKTK J, hav. can, etl she -.utl: con. exhibited; universal triumph the artist

: upon the following articles vention to bo made puulic{ >o ihe MIJ th.the Total on his wrinkled brow the marks of

!E Art. 1. ihe French Government, in order same, tad ever 'lIb': .uul ;at. 'l lc tnereo; J'his is the worst exhibit that has het. 23 'It his s tlltent. Ever prone as thou art," said l

to 1 berate itself completely: from all the re may be observed anu 'fulhlted, wuii\ joocl faith, } made[ y The whole number of interments en : lrae Aretus, c. to discover falls in thy

\ carnations preferred against by the citizensof by the United Mules, and ; n-[ that'of.! from the commencement: of the cholera own performances where none exist, what can

the United States, (tor unlawful seizures, IN WITNESS VVHEIILOU I !;j.vt hereunto *et clumg: ail ,ii= eascs is about 250, in- now"be thy :subject of legret ?" The draw

I captures, sequevlrations, cot((:cation-, ir de- in) hand and caused thecul oi the Unitedto (j t about 1-1 a day ; 12 of which avers sing ing, answered Zeuxis, is! perfect, the sub-
Ftructions tntes t/c may set down jeer faultless, and I
; of their vessels, .itlixcd. I i might indeed
cargoes, or other to rite choit ra.'Jtlie wilts beicalh .
property, engages to pay a sum ot twenty-five iJo.e at >\ asnmgtion l the thirteenth da). it, henceforward it will be easier to
I It I criticise
rr.iliion* of francs to the Government of I July, in toe of this picture than to imitate '
Lord it
of! the I year our on<- I L.xtrici of a Inter (from a lady in Nett-York there ; but
United States, who shall distribute [( L.s. jthousand eight hundred is still one thing is ,
it and thirt wanting to its
vmonji } -t tt' the Cnairaian 01: the Commit per
sanitary teo.ind ction. And
those entitled, in the and of tho Independence or what can that be ?-'
manner end; c tc 1 the L'u) t .,l It is with the 'u Tho''
the rules winch it shall deiertninc. States, the #lif}'-seventh.AN deepest onteru that 1 blush of the sixth maiden."

Art. 11. The sum 01 .DUE W JACKSON ":-Hh my native cleanly city is visited by the -
I \ twenty-live million i. :
baine) airs disease
E of francs, above :,tipulat'jd, "shali be paid! at By the President.EUWAKD inhabitants that has already thinned the FROM THE BALTIMORE REPUEL1CAN.

Pan, in six annual I iS.-i'oik. Yet it \, with tin CHOLERA
inatalmnnts of LIVINGSTON.Secretary AMONG
four mil. Ii i speakaole satisfaction HOGS.-The Gay
I that 1 inform
lions one hundred and sixty-six thousand and _. of State the (, you that zctte gives an account of a number
r- erinan) mode ot hogs
six!)-six: francs sixty-nix centimes: each, i treating Cholera with which died in consequence of
into ,
the hands $ai minute doses ol camphor, introduced here lOlls. eating water
o. such 'Miii or ttLii1UtOtta. by me The Owners of
poi persons ashall Br them
be authorised by the Government j :; hiinnin ., and ',ram, jmen of the first the cause of their death not knowing
ot'the U. The followiuu I I raisers and ., gave some of the
States ex.-i-lent but tientij has proved a for food sam
lesquc specilic
to rcceiv it. on )i to some hogs in another
re 'cnt law coat td the authorities I every Mafce 0: the disease. pen, at a di", taacc-
The first instalment shall he ) ; of Bos:; I I Many hundreds from the one in which
paid at the the
: expiration ton to 01 sect other had
prevent patients have been
Vt'gdalJi's been
of one year next ;following Ihlt'x being earned to that : restored numbers. confined, all of which died also
market, unless ol-their Oi then; iVoiu a state soon after calms
stnpt tlu'll.husk.1{ ot collapse. How
: Chang: of the ratifications of -, woeins it. We
this t'OtlVl'rl'jJll, &<'. willeite! dt. glut suspect they must have
: th. risibilities of : (hut a Jew of been such
arid tnc others at .n(:ce>#ive intn'II l- our drop camphor hound green and filthy looking
"i : .Novv-a-day. thai readels'l dissipate { melons as have
', .vhith v ill aut't -o we :
year, one after another, till tho provoke I insidiously malignant) seen persons
wh.-K- about
I eating
h il!! belter
is than let tin- .our market
j fivdiop of Idi.t is house
; den.onsiriit-d
( be paid spirits of camphor. daily and 1 am which killed the hos and

'lo lliiamouct of each of Ti.OJVI TiiE BOSTON COUKICR. 01)tiih an evidence its eliieac) and a wit- the effect to deter ; we hope it will tears
said I our citizens
lu--h\t.: h; 11 : : ; IJ\S:. ot its :saving in the from eating
ments til tiF.Vltt'iL--r.xtructfm: power cases of .
sh: be adJcd interest four m the {nurr any water melons but
at : per. r>nt i l Kig-book of o, ,: anidii" whom such as are perfectly
a III.lrit't c :rt. Left was the son of i\I f'.
thereupon r.
as tipoa); tho oilier itisiaiii.cnts: tne.nbe .' Cnmbiidgi i who ripe, sound and fresh. It is
I at A. M. was attacked astonishing that
wealh : at inulrnj.
lernaitmig unp.nd[ ; tie! said interest r very thick and raining; w with violent after all the caution which
t to
computed{ from the day o': the exchange of finenited -.t 4, ioinin. mad"'3 b;idge. ll'-ai- cramp of the fetomach, acconipauied; ) 1 by rice- the distress which has been can be given, and
in in
the water diarrhoea
; city ruiteis and incessant neigh
ratification of the present convention. ; n.eant: to search, bade; : rnjindcr vomiting His bounng cities in
man tai slot:: the Li- stomach and but CIS were consequence of indulging
HI. 1 he Government its and carrots 1, iniiuedrattly bathed in the use ol unwholesome
ol the U
States, on it? part, for the of the false derk.: Sass. Iii, Alderman l q': with camphor, ruhbid on with a flannel, and will not refrmr. from articles, people
liberated purpose being a going to gie me a toa- [>oontul ot of eating and drinking tcf
innepence spirits
\ for camphor
completely from all the reclamations I extiy a peck suexcess such articles as
: are almost
3t t o' marrilats: the old he red up into a tnniulcr of water and as per
? ,
presented by France on behatt way ; s-iys its all t tarna a teaspoonlul melees to health
oi as
? or of the citizens: nonsense to h;Ve 'ern blulled 1 IJl'tlus wi\.tune given half hour so much poison. It i iar
Royal Treasury:: (ether for by a pa..I k o every frequently the case that
'iti ancient women that has in a low f hours the diariiiuea nothing hurt of ac-r
c supplies or accounts, the liquidation of which just been a Touting bah1C ceased, and by tual experience will teach "
: : for he 7 ill wisdom
knows me evert
had ; so 1's tied morning the vomiting also and
reserved or for Hiilanvful: seizures my : at the ; haycom mon prudence.
captures, detentions, arrests ;; bottom, and jot: him a good pecK inside Lug leer laic m a bed and coveted with a Bait.. Hcpub.rPITTSBURG
or destructions my
of French vessels, I bref'chcs.' 'H'cll, Lli,' said: I, thatVprivate banKs [L eveti the hands] he fell into a
cargoes, or other proper f yt"'r (PENN! ) Aug. 3.
ty,) engage* to pay the Government of f His venture ; nobody knows what t'heyMlL'here Inch was Kept up that day by no SHOCKING
next it oinei l .cunth
: tlit-y should n an occasional
JMajesiy (which shaH make distribution of the divest )ou of Jour spoonlul of coal diggers
useless parts: you'd cut me cainphor) water--and by occupation, lost theft*
atnc in lh manner and a queer flash. ". next day he splaylives on VN
according to the) rule ednesday last in
they are,' Lli [ing l about as usual. in an awful .and unlooked -
to be d' by it) the of says, 'by jingo. So I looks perfect hC t ltb.i t'ow, for
sum ono mil manner. A coal
over the starboard this child ol mine, owned
jinn five hundred thousand frands. bow, and sure enough, there eight yeais, when he was attacked a Mr. Doran by
was a low was nearly four t ass on the hill opposite the city
bug ,
Art. 1The pokcrlsh craft n' from
ph -ician,
of ) took
sum one million five g up. lately fire, and in
Saw and it order
hundr-d two of my neighbours i is mor-a than probable that to allay it, wad
thousand carts by the
francs following time
-LpuUted in i stopped closely at the
the mouth.
in wake one could have OniV'ednesentoo
my made the ai rived, it would -
I have
article private signal JNo. be
preceding shall 44
bo) payable in six: annu1 1 day last however, it was
an 010'm late to 3al e. Four opined and Mr
al instalments a pole, UNION other seized .
down ; ,
of the persons with
two hundred and fifty thou- ; tWO Doran, a long; with two
dnranoea ; colliers
carts hauled their and entered th&
sand wind, and were
francs and stood the vomiting put in ovd and
; tar with
of pit in
payment each of the heir the their hands.
ciiaunel for the camphor alone administered' They had not
said insuilmcnts, ot lv\o hundred State's Prison. City as: 1 h:;vc: described proceeded far
and I fifty ;. before their
cutter within and fed simultaneous-
thousand pistol shot. Told Eli frequently next
and the to do the day withbread :
; ly went out and
of 'achot' ,
payment < an
Hello steaks; of beef and oppressiveness at the
talking that same
the ,
said are cart, and wheat

instalments! shall the ,
: + be says s cut- time seized
a rt: Mr.
Lt with Doran
} 'r. taiga ins unnk of beins
a nearest -
taulc-spooufui of
nervation of so much out of the annual says ; but it a n't an brandy to a the mouth of the
which the French Goveriunem slim;: air Cat iu.r a water cart by a darn'd sight.' tumbler of water [lfor the craving {for SOlllethmg enabled pit with difficulty was:
i:; bound, bytorOV : fill to return. The other
tiring too to the two sank ia
he. indescribable
the second articles says 'W"e have up} sinking uol-
= above, to pay to the I two brought }10wue"d the pit, overcome by the
of and
master and thc is smothering poisonous -
me, Eli. body insatiable
ernment of the United States. says Hold j and ere influence
sauce,' says: he. yourhold restored lo health. of the foul air, which"had accumulated .
To the Eli .
amount ot"each say ,
of these instal- on to his h this while t!'e pit was closed Mr..
ing breeches, and liy simple 1 means, of the
ments shall be added running his many '
interest poor M'Cord
at four per cent into his cheek tongue who have ,, a wagoner, entered to tho
tho j with such u roll of the no one t hand to send for rescue
upon instalment a physician -
then as sufferers if
paid, as well eyes
as possible
upon J made could as soon Mr.
as Doran
; thoso still due which I me alincot fall{ oil'my .seat. The 1 hail- overcome the destroyer: while
; payments of interest: | lug officer teppmg over their gave intelligence of their situation but when
shall be effected began to make crooked !faces, I humble tureshbold.; the ,
so he
f similar by mean of a reservation thought us how 1 would proper mode of preparing the reached them, he too was seized with thff
that bring to dissolving
to : hauled camphor is -
already indicated \ the up same
> paythe fort: an ounce of oppressiveness, and cndeavared to
and to
poney to halt
ment of the lay under an old gum in a ot
principal. i ho um-
said treat
interest shall br l1<1. Now, what's the alcohol." bringing one of them with him. In
be computed from the day of the high way.Vhat spito of all his efforts
the exchange ol have; you got in that cart V i he sank down with his
unifications) of the says hc.Vhat
; present cenvcntion. do ye please to have Pou3HKCEPsiE-i\ew: burden near the mouth of the pit, and was on
Art. V. As to the reclamatiens ol French ; says Eli: ,' there's long cases 13th, 3 ; deathsihs ly saved himself
t sauce and round 3 14th by the exertion of
citizens sauce. 'I have no cases or deaths. 1 des some per
the gottbe occurred -
against llayor'd
government of the United sons who
orders to search m the town dUI hastly pulled him out. The tiro
State that cart, 109 the 4b hours
>, and the reclamations says he. The ending,
Citizens men entered
the United of I Mare's; orders,' says Eli, she on Aionday, four ol" wtuchVera with Mr. Doran ; when
carries reported I
a high Dy
against French taken
Govern-'j dock the out were dead. Mr.
board M'Cord and \Ir
xrieut, which are of now-a-daya, don't she ?' You sir ot health as: cholera. ;*
different Doran
a nature from I he,, says lo the barely'escaped with their lives.
those which it is the object of the ;; you better take care of your Ps and QsThat's. deaths HI the villagu, says the: republican -
,r present con- j or I'll fetch before should{ be added [Manufacturer.
i ; venlion to uujust it is understood you au Alderman. two tout took place over -

;a, citizens of the two nations that the jes j what 1 want, says Eli,' 'I guess he'll the; river at Milton, as they resided in Union SHORT -

r.= them in the respective countries may prosecute I help take care of the peas himself." Come, stieet, and there contracted the diseasewhile TRIP TO ALBANY.-One of the shortest
z competent judicial or administrative the come Eli,' suys I, let's be civil.' his makes 42 passages Albany from this city, scrno

in authorities says I, my lawyer how lister, say the shortest was made on Saturday bf
1 : The
complying with the laws and says as bay o a right whole the
regulations of to ride number ol steam-boats North America and ]tilt .
the my vegetable all case in the :
country, the dispositions over town, all village, poor house
and benefit day | both
of They left the
and all night and hospital i4b> docks at the same time o
which, shall be applied to them in their tops and pods on.knows. is and the wuole number of
minute and
as to native citizens. uannerand Up] jumps i/ii. Says he, Mister, 1 deaths m the same pLces 106. ilns i shows North three quarters past 7 A. M. The

Ark l for ssartiu, you be a a greater American arrived at the foot of State
VI The French Government great lawyer, because you propariionute mortality than we have Street
e Government of the United States the :says you be one of the city authorities.: I known of iii .ny pJi1 where the cholera hasraged dock Albany, at thirty two minutesassage .
reciprocal-ants to know if and the past four, P. M.' making her nc1u.dinrr.stoppaO'es1D .
them only we : p ,
ly engage to communicate to each other Roxbury folks will re- way can account tor it >
yr the intermediary of tho by peal their Burling and Mylang decrees: will l is I by supposing that many more cases have nine hours thirty minutes
respective and
the documents, titles, legations, I 1 tho Mare give up the orders in Council and I occurred( than have been reported.EFFICACY. a quarter and beating the Erie, hy e.ighL
or other inlor nations minutes. A
< 1 this here right o' passenger on board of the :Norti
search V 'I -
proper to
iacilitite, the examination l guess you'llsays
and liqu- America informs that the tonchc
j smart for this uy Erie (
: OJb
o'ation " ,
the reclamations you saucy bumpkin, he : 'IKEA'lMJLIVi. ; ,
comprised in 'the first at the
of( tho Newburgh dock, whero both boats
city. -One ot
stipulations: of the Saucy pumpkin our most
present convention. I says'Eli, 'I respectable citizens The North
stopped. American th
Art. VII. The wines of'i'rance guess I dC) 'nt see the wit o' that, but I[ genus us the lollowing additional evi- tfcengot +a
from guess
and 1 advantage. Their latter
boat made
could fetch lour
Jell the stop-
ce oi
after the exchange of the. your right skylight with this here excellence ot CAJUtuoii. in
t oi theo tu rnip.' Come Eli resting the Cholera arptges,. and the Erie only{ fwo"fbut.'e iris
I 'I
present convention, shall bo admitted consumption ter be says guess we bot- informed that the time to be deducted for these
in_ StJtes of the Union going. Just then the !.hill horse, bit- TO THe ED1TOK8 OF IHE NORFOLK
ut duties ten by the flips BEACON : stoppages was less than five minutes. The'

which ball not'exceed the following rotes,'by bone. Dickins, kicked' tho man on, the shin Gentlemen : You cannot lender u gitater passage may be said to havo been fairly.mad

the galloo.} (ttuch l ; as' i izt used at present- for mare[ kicked says Eli, 'I' guess the old service to .stet community, than b> making in nine urs.andl. a half.-N. YGom. Adv.

wines in the.* United j State) to wit, nix cent did,' said he ye, did'nt she ? I guess she public tho great beneia;derived arum the usV J3t/r :inst.KBBBBI..

for red wises IQ i casks ; ten cents for whiteportion w e'll said, and I. sat down on a log. 'I guessiys of (;A>11YriUK; -,,, iu destroying the baneiuleffects ; .. -
wines of all sorts. in bottles. The pr o The crowd go all I guess. will s Eli. : ,of Cholera.! Vt-aieiuay a friend ot '

xisling between the..d'iies'on French So we shot ahead said they guebsed we, better. lume: had a violent- attack, tu whom 1 umueot ,STOREAG'JE.IN :

thus reduced) and the arift"which into leaving the _* excise i man diately j jI ;i gave three<< << drops .of tho -
went I bpirus camphor addition J the
beginning to divest to his! old ware-house
<< pcrntiou'ihe his leg.of" tho
first of 1829 uselesswound. I] dropped. on : : -
January, hall be sugar witr. veiy fu lie water : '
parts : ) has erected 6wlda.,
a ,spacious
maintained preparatory to the dressing of bis recently .
in case. the Gove t.ILt.'of the U. m a table spoo which was rtpeuicd i m halt ins 80. by 28 feet, (orrecelving cotton and

HORSE RADISH: ait :u hour, when it gave jrelieh: 'i toe three drops TIMOTAYbSr.Jr.y'. ,

I. St. l\brks.", Accepbeg 111.hU.J, 9,''\.

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ware required/or. the >art jaseof rice for v. <'
4 the in-tie .
U .1D !Ib ) Ky the Wra. Byrnes Ca PJPpr. .. ''* : ':7'V; ,.. ae f tc. \.--j f 'd'-- r the : :
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have received Liverpool P PTau e we '- said there > / -ff* -i ... 'f";. t3rvae c e :of the.I prbt:*i'_.a .;.ft'" ;:'::oi:; January '
papers to July 2d ,are in Canton li. -** *'-.t. 5* '
in good and that *' '> < g-
MtRNib'G SEPTEMBER j lastecutire : the ,
TLFSUAy __4.__ clusive. The dates from London I bad, real 1 and pretended, aa .- .pertws' ; ,,-c .\ ..:.the. Ex. :' J-t.
are only as 23,400 .
an many be M :::&:' :
hour ,
; :--I
or two later than v ; -C..uu ''that: the.a-. ,
i disposl ttion of the EDITOR is the cause of halt before received, viz : physicians. estimate Presideats: ;: ''' :,' .... .- 1,
this past 6, evening oi the 30th of Labt year, of the Chinese Junks 1 P.ClSteas '"r it i :"
of cditoral matter week. June. A bound to '' R .
the absent correspondent onfonnitY 1 t C.:;fI t.1 h.i : .
of the iverpool Albion, under! and from Teehtsin, more than half perished the Constitutions !! !, o, or x ,t

that date, says :" We have had For about thirty ..f..: ,... '- : '.
-Mr, M'DCFFIE'S\ REMEDY- FOR THE TARIFF. today of the another rumor days, 'stys the.Register> .of J ". .-" -" :t ... ,'.,''' ;
reference to the landing of Hon Pedro March 6th, the sun. has not hone;' ,the' ''At' 1
-It will be seen by followingthat coast of on the : wet The brig Amenca: li 1iif; from' ; r

Jftt(' strange" as it may seem, Mr. Mc- it has not Portugal received; but, up to the'hour or"post, and of cold have raised the price, 'of.fuel and oil, .Iberia on'the 2!>1b. .ult. .having on Norfolk Board!! : for .. .,:.' .. Ii

veer IE in 1528, held the system of Internal ':obtained any confirmation though ii i t rain-caps and watel-ahoes. I free people of colour--103 of them. 127 4 tr

\ proveineuts to be the only form in which the uncertainly very fag general credit.,, The state' of During the first month of, this year, in con slaves. ;whose former owners, have liberated ,,, I

South could be indemnified for the Tariff. a : become extremely painful to sequence of the cold and wet upward of,120 them'beggars with-an ample stork of furnished t ,'. 1 1
great number of died clothing:
about the
persons whose interest streets of Canton. lies groce "
WASHINGTON, March 5, 1832. involved in the issue of this are : -An insane i man by the name ;of agricultural and .household utensils, and I
SIR You in must, however expedition; it in Wag-kwei tools u DEAR were right conjecturt soon terminate." I Honan Province was cut to necessary assist them
: pieces by in-j on their _
the report of my remarks on the snbr I LIVERPOOL, I ches for his father. arrival Africa to'turnish their k
i July ?.->> +! are killing His head was afterwards | tlemei set ';"
glad to 19
of the Cumberland Rond, was incorrect : hear *that .of these,who tare. valuable :
e t notwithstanding the Cholera exhibited to the populace, at the very; ,
I trade i iR. place 'w ere .
lndet.ditmaY9 said generally of the reports 1 brisk. The sale of cotton have been where the crime as committed, for a emancipated Mrs. Page of Jefler- /!
warning : -
of my remarks, (and 1 do not pretend to speak{ ;: and the produce market generally cxtenaive l to others. I Mead soa'.couuty. Virginia, the sister of Bishop j: ; '

of the remarks of others be. ause my attention has heeri active. The export of merchandise A new edict has been issued b, the Cover .4:"" 1
j it
js! Dot drawn to the reports of them,) that the !- is considerable, particularly to the United nor of <<< anton against he importation of opi- THE CHEROKEES.- ,

pot only, do nol rnntuin what I ray, Lut that t ':States. 1 he.. state of business the um. He -ays it is U a spreading poison-its sources, xe think be We are informed from .

they contain the grossed misstatement of.myfjews i &, is very inditiert'nt', from the among absence injurious, t ffects are extreme." These edicts I guided} < people{ have, may rejected relied the on, that liberal this mis I

,founded 1 believe, upon misconception of Grangers who visit however, are of little avail I *kind terms offered very and !
I usually the town at this as hitherto, in spite. to them by the President and : _,
incompetcnc! }", and indolence on the part of, period of the year. of them the value ol! the opium introduced that, with blind infatuation, they think of resist-; ,.. ... : r

(he Reporters. Indeed 1 have abstained fro,L. I '1 ue&>day last being the second anniversary into the ountry, has exceeded that of all the ing! the authorities of Georgia.Milledirevillev@ 1 .;- j

read n:! the report- of my remarks almost en- j, ol* the acres-ion; of his present majesty to the I. Tea exported! to England and her Colonies.: Federal Union. k '\,_ ,

tirelvj! because it.distressing to look at t the ; throne, was observed in this town with t tg the We regr.-t to learn, says the (;anton Regis THE CROPS.

Q iStrui r ins carricuture. .j i nn;11 oi' bells, the display of flags and ter of Man.h: 17th, that a party of American( turuegentlemen from Queen A gentlemen who has just re-.. f I t
Anne's Co. 1
,11:\ }' remarks i in relation to the continua-It :I c101tlon on the public budding and+ i hip in nine" in number, were attacked and | Shore of Maryland, informs us that, on the the Eastern ... .

of the Cumberland Road, had reference( I. the 'hal bur, and other beaten a Jew days s corn never looked crops or .:,,
rwe,1'hlleblking better
cuatonmry marks ol on an i than at present. The < ,.... ;
tQapi"p0'lon; | to extend! it beyond Zenesvillc I public rejoining. J island about two mile: distant from this city. i crop of Wheat will generally turn out good. On !

by act of lh; present Kession. I have always Ll\ HPOOL, July 2.-It is! quite evidei t One was tolled by a stone, and much hurt : he : .farms where the land is considered poor, he n \ .

conceded that the road wus a prominent part from present indications: that the Parliament has however entirely recovered. I theless remarked its luzurant growth and its C1'i: i ij
: tiful '
of a nitiftial system o(internallmProLzt : v .mcnt S, if It dJ not Imtil I the highly-raised yi after it was threshed or trodden out, t! _.
contended that I of the + II INDIAN There can be no doubt but the late rains will have f :
radicals- >
coaly we ought to wait will WAR.
untillh the
i- not .
justify cxaLr: r ;er a .: a very salutary efiect on the Corn and Tobacco- i ;
piohab!;', hit FROM TIIE MISSOURI REPUBLICAN EXTRA 9th inst. :
Roads and Canals determined upon beiore I I the just medium between the two extremes of ; i
: % I .
we carry tho execution of of it be- radii'alisn, and ultraistn OF TILE INDIA.NS ""Tj y I NORFOLK j :i iI
any part ,-radical!-tn, -.vlllch'Vouic.1 : the arrival l. last Au r. 15. r +
. *'P ud the extent to which the contracts are now \ overturn eveiything, and ultrai night, the Steamboat )Lnter- i We are sorry to inform our distant readers that \ .1
'he which m, piise, from Gulena, letters were received in I it is i not within our .j
remark to
tudde. i that the legislation ofConar would change nothing and that power announce any abate. I
; just town, giving an account of men of the .
battle epidemic. We
a that
: >s 'Ill this subject had been all medium may be the of was entwined a hope yesterday -. I
wrong safety well! .. ,
ugh' by the mounted morning that the number t 1
bad rcftt. rlct' to the manner in which had of wi dol11. troops, under the command of deaths fur the ;
we Changes and 24
great of Gen. next hours would be
Dodge, and the main considerably diminished ;
the execution must and0.. body of 1
n ill
: < oi the work take but
on place ; but in itbe the Indians !a heavy rain about 12 o'clock :
after a close of and a close :4
the u.iiUiiand ituad. It has them into select pursuit one hu Uheav ,
cost the Go the
v- Baconian rule will dred miles.I The Indians y, sultry atmosphere the remainder of the dav
neat twee! a.- much a* it ought to have cost, rigidly followed : U the reformation will draw their it appear, were have greatly swelled the bills of mortality, and ;

or a., j r! .
P, to du the work without un'-.J i ( the iefonnation." Itvviil bv then \\i--;;irevt intention of crossing! but being closely) those of the preceding day. i

c"iiul.atc dom f pursued, they were compelled to incline in the \ : regret to perceive by this 1Ve
ai-fl iron ) day's
; : : competent *>cieittific OW! rneasuit's, tint calm and Inc-n report that
; *autt ; direction of the Wisconsin the.disease has ,
with a view of somewhat increased'ln ..t
ami i ideed without ; tin ta- Portsmouth
: j jmhlimmd; and
+ ill
any systematic supe t : l |- ; .satisfying that. since' our l tanner
Kmjj refuge i island in There
on an that report.
telllkan of the \\oik itself. V\ bile it was ICoutlJclcd j the tieatii:: l sue. to bolo nit ai-m anu radically.+ first the Wisconsin river, or oi four deaths of .former have been about J-
rossing, and casesnew'; cases from
i under the uuspicrs of thtreasu ':\1..u'lIllhJ longer IIIUH gain terday 10 A. yes
i J n<+-t:Icty Mand (,n ine "ex- t li ':l', sufficient to make u safe M. to the same hour this morning .
D'puittncnl It coat ju j much irL'lIlt' ol the retreat across ten: of, which four have
> as as the rout, t, verge con-wlIllon ; they will occupy 'lee Mississippi. died. The disease is
ThtyV're however gen-
(Hit'lurl'ould a-k 1 ov ersexily: worse alien
as induced t. middle a rain.-Herald.
am "
to ()r M> t>> speak, the mut,
fro ,, ih. hdl'v.1 u.igruunu taken at the Wisconsin, and alter an hour's J .... ... :
: :!;;rest cost and little value t v her\ tile ju.-t claims of a.I/ p.utif i = "l&";' _
vo.koone. By the eslim-itc.. I cal Uu iH : :; were completely defeated and noiojbt U1.r ImUlmB i; .
.vui>niitte d J Irt,m - adjust'd. '! would have been all rut to pieces had JARIUi:. ,. _
ijie Engineer Department this tau weic, .t '-' .U.k t. ,
: .i
session, it ai-, instead! ofi; lest rat !tuns iuue that: it not daikness oi+ night enabled them torape. I es .RT "Tl..GEt E (ir., to Aiiss l.UZ.ABE.THh ;
p sir tti.l now cot: nearly a- nui'-h ll. tog supplant each other fo : .
till j irp+at' ... the arm) is still in pursuit and from 'I'RATT, :u same |place.J ,
repair the Road as it would to make it DC IlUIIOIItIg iheir ov\n iel.i-h .rjl! ( t._, ihe aim u' the atiirvtd
: condition of the Indians, will .1' U.
fOVO."In. the real they l tt.LLGCHiAGENT ,
repel Illatn'l'i ui'ihe .
people vvil: beate dluotlc_- be overtaken.The .
a word, the Cumberland Road to piomote the again J'.JR I ;.
: the iulpplnc o/
: liAWLE\
t. t
rlan ;: following letter from Gen. > AFTACHBIENT.the
fbowp'nkand Ohio anal' Dodge c to
Canal c > YS :
Loomis I
( tbg i'itt burgh u+th the Lakes: the lint' 01! I MA\ \yi.h>TJ.ll.: ---VIP H'Ard to s. ti Cap rht will give the particulars of the iJENRY ALLEN, J ' Navigation fro n Nuw-Orhati that the i. joieia I : persons concerned will take
< arounMthe ciiuiiiijes to {pr.)j n11 :,?.- to ( AMP \\ ALL\ motive that I have
coast. through the neck at! !' lordu, and tht:. town ; and the! II, lie.lth hit arc 1 "We IsCOastN, July 22, 1832. eiurnable day levied an attachment in the above ("Ruse.
thence to the extreme north and : ii-ngiti, cor.u- the met the enemy vesterdav near : to the next court ol Commrn Pleat, and : {
finally ti1- r 'S+>lution os! tin Oycr and Termmer
Pct leper ;: iscoiisin: river, and opposite> the old tor the town of AppalaclucoLa -_ r i
: Road from I to b ;
\\ashngtoti, to rset' \:: geneial i> a store house "VN
rte on
u.iru m Condon
;t n-, the Ci1'oe-' ater-str., and at 1
village, after clu. present icd
arc the principal nationi vvuik which I have uhu'h liuve: curled: h 1 fe. Up to \\', m 1Cs. Our lo.a c pursuit ot pct r 100[ byj.Lapede\V as a grocery, and adjoining occuj Daiiii ,

;Jh jya resided: a:) cntit...d to tlio patu'.nigc: oi itu.1, on which U a) ue (b. IIL-V( thisourso s was one man killed and eight l ebster on the west, aid G. J. Floyu", on the east.
wounded ; f fioiu the H.aJptakcu the WinIH \\ LAPItADE, "h'fl. C. O.
Concreas. And I wa lir&t by P. .
un prepared to carry themOQ aUc.jit: d, the number o.'ca.M.: :a bad .havocs, as \\-11 as those taken the whites AppalachK-ola, 18th Aug. 1832. 3tf ,
I-AIU lASSO, as ouu as our linunciuj re- uct'. -band ok de...th24.. In addition to } ,
and the Indians I
nurses tt tit enable u, to do it. ulncn mere was on Friday 3 new andthe c anted from the field of battle N'TICE.-5ix weeks after date the subsv.iber

*' 1 thin! the Southern; and V cst in States 2 aeat1! .-Gua..dlan.lGLL111.A.e. cases w(' must of have wounded killed about known 40 of them, thenunlbt"r County, for letters of the administration county court on of the Washington estate; ot!, ,
arc tHe natural ; we can: only \\ illiam M'Kae
advocates deceased.
of '
a system in- from M x.tE. j
judge the
,, number; killed that September 4th 1832.
teritai i were
Improvements and 1 : :\ have many 46w
; regret that the icccivcd b wounded
) their ,
any.: ij-.i'inal: scruples (,f a poiton ot'the brig Medina, from canhagena, private letter think we must t torn overtake them crippled unless situation: I m a
Sotii! a People! should burn Bogota and the they descend G(; >.,;>.--.iustrecciyed
prevent a hearty co- newspapers, former are Wisconsin, FRESH by Brig Thacher
opui.4i.. h i ;his is the only form in which in d i ate .,t the 7th t> uue; iiy this by water. Il'you could> ling o{ suj-et fine Lroac Cloths, Cassimersy; ,
place 10
h-. conveyancedie a fieldpiece immediately on the Wisconsin LasMneilsHats, l3txtsSlces &c. CcfTec
( .. l-.iskey
it :HruSt.\te.s new antlot ,
be urotiudu .
can indemnified tor has also reachedu Rum ''
tJJG Cogmac
; that Brandy and
would wines
command the river good Mackerel,
ta, ,
\ JC\"itd upon them to sustain: thii munufac- :>. Our curt;spuudent t1e rit's you Herring-aud other
(: it us mode- might pr Vl'it, their many articles which vre wish th.s
lure fj the LWteru.Siales.. .'* 1 enclose } ou late, wn and just. 'file talil'of 1824as Atkin&on wiil escape the by water. Gen. public to call and examine for themselves. Fresh i ,
a arrive at iuc Mound.-on rno and Medicine. D.1ti'ILLIAbiSti.Co.
rfpcij.hith, uill i in some degree convey to a.ngilsun eveiy Icalure. seas ot--igned to ex- the 24th, with the Regulars and n deluchcafes nltnt :\lunliCf>lIe, September 4th (1832. 4tf
you fciy i-.ews on this point. (1tdethe. commerce: of both the Lnitcd '. of
mounted men. 1 will cioss the Wisconsin ,
i &
lours and r ranee in ne P will be Uunkfulif i
sincerev: present tanffjustice; is to-morrow and should the the merchants and
retreat planters
enemy by whoeipect to receive
GEORGE M'DUJ E.E.TYORK done to aU.lJffinal land he will probably attempt crossing amethat in St. Marks and store them bath P. a1ll1'\!_
lilt iligcuLu: has peen will be so good as to send them oJ.
received inha.s twenty miles above Prairie eiu (him in immediately, a written 1
Lonoia Uiat tne ; order to receive the same. The Steam Uoat JOHN
J8. About -
Aug. 3 o'clock yes- .AJuglesof V t'Ju'zueia ('v. ut. the mounted would
terday store men want some MORRIS, sailed on the lath ult. P. & :M.
raorniujr the f
boutli-sir. in ot JNatioual
ie Ftaii tigl Market\ near. Ltt-gray or, for bo..ts for transporting their aims ammunition St. Marks, September= 4th 1832. 32w "
occupied by G. & 11..T. an union ui tot dmerent sections of LoluwbiQUnuer and
HJCK.-, shill: clr.ndlers, and T. \\ Bunker &- Co., a federal provision. If you could procure for us UCH SEi j)
:sail-Bilkers government; deputies have some Mackinaw boats i il i that wellould ''
has discovered to b on fire HI the event, as ;
thud been appointed to attend a be sold by auction on Monday, 5th October
a'tory. 11C store and most of Its contents general congressuili as some provisions and supplies, it tt' i'! TO at the town of Ochesee
care cts t:t rift-d. Besides the \ ii.&iruetiuiis to use their River
chandlery, thereuiM.o.r.ig our cuia ,wht re a court house for the of
WCit' < c.msiderable of bung a.out; this des.ruble result.xhe Excuse haste. 1 is now building, from county lo'nyf'tte -
quantity cotic great am, with great re- thirty to fifty desirable r IMS
1011. .. and h te, :o.ail loft were the sails ol the" cominitisii/ners sent to General tJatu' !loresin apect, your obedient ervt. H. DODGE- of trend in the said town. Terms of sale, one half ,
'Ii'" Oit-jt' Hr l.tlJ the star, of the cash, and the remaining half payable the first
u.d Empress, brig, Mary equator have been well reCol.. c urn. Michigan Mounted Volunteers." of January -
attar, jili t.f which; were deatro ed. The teivtu by him. lie declares that be is ready 1834. JAMES MILLS..
sails of September 4th 1832
LC Ear J' 3tds."POR .
) : ue were entirely new, and to into the Dmcii
com anu even, that t he I has
in the t Joli; on New-York Daily A dyer11iextco.'tile tr
Saturday b/ l.erown .
Sw h, the laj-jrs. li'inU-rs ; ; : eva" tuuaiderGd its re-c: ial!>isiment: as c >cn- user contains which SALE.-A tract of land adjoining -
being spent in i t the extracts we subjoin, from
:j 'uiuy.' Jt 1 s sujji, '.;..-.. that the lire onginateil i t, tl"'l ter i/totfj'iiifj ol the country. the Vera Cruz Censor, to the 10th oi' July. ,I lurida,and now the town in the of Monlicello in Jefferson Co., .
von iUni.'ousciJn: UWI.Jh.1 is rcpre.tntct.l: to us a.entirely It will be occupancey of Dr.Holt ; con
>' >tion. remembered that contain taining ,
T'l' i they ex- upwards of 400 acres-Persons
wishing to
K ;IA of ti.e adOMjsi + t-toms 106 and t.'ahquu: und <;i.''<.god in perlecting such insti- purchase will
the tll1 t:' gaits speculations. We have no idea that please examine the lands, and apply to _
,hUt".. : U CC.I IheJ1 1.t .' ,;11&.1 al': D.Jd: ,tiln, ..u J ri08le l tutioiia uit have vtcurcd" : to the United States any intention to assassinate Santa Ann the undersigned. If not sold bythe fast of :'ovem*

J h; itutlcfrt! ( a.. %I'K .;.,rit-), thdrVCJ1 U C ui hon.t und their elevated character isted, unless mind ex- her next ; the undersigned will have 40 acres of said : 1
the of
y Jj'JI""d ( in some individualwho land laid off in lots and will be offered
tlUIR" wa's at
f.tfiuiii; tl.imagu: also done abroad. public auc .
by ::he hi..
UCPI. rapidly improving had tion.
Q'LLterlu The
tUgo.tli.s in Maid Iorcs.-Gazette. a private pique against him. terms and time will hereafter be made
1 slues -.\,a.j lobl.; urnantatider will thus It appears: that Gen. Santa Ann's departue k nown. BETTON EMORY. (
j I reach his curly i Tallahassee, September 4th 1833 l
CIjOLEIt. country under the most 3tfMarshal's
city to attend the Convention
-Our readers will observe from I CavorJalapa at I -'
the Ja"( : circum&tauceb we have no dot
: rabecholera reports, that in a very short met the moat general and decidedopposition I Sale:
ua.eit is pol..Le: will be his j j jjj I jjainotiaiii and talent materially contribute of his who be sold
every man at post, ; friend apprehended : WILL at public auction to the highest
and If Uaiour city will .soon, exhibit its usual bustle to her future prosperity.: -"N. Y. Cour.; & danger from his violent and desperate enemies for cash on the first Saturday in October ;
<( t'U(;iI I,e.s. Many of I t-xu The west half of the south t,
west of
our merchants
etc., the A quarter
government public meeting
: party. -
beady b'ud'l I section 5
returned township 2,range north and west contain-
: Among them some of subciil
!; tlCnI who had ordered their our 'l was held, in which his remaining in Vera ing eighty acres,more or less, and lot No. 8, section 7,

try:, .+,vrequested them papers to the colinLATE FROM CHI>A.-By the Eclipa at Sa. Cruz was powerfully urged ; but, although he township 2, range 1, north and! west, containing 3*
1 tc weather t<> be sent t') their stoics. 1cm we "have received<< a file of the Cantonbegi was prevailed upon to delay his departure for acres, to satisfy an execution io i favourof Robert But*
is delightful, the air and I ler John W.
pure, we against Levinus.
ter to the 17th March
trust that : some hours he his resolutionmong -
colcra will persevered ,
( It soon no more in our city.ding. jAMES HUGHES D. M. for
5.1! certain that this ej/idernic has no a A iscr.ous ubeiiion had broken out of appealing! in person at the assembly: and T. E, RANDOLPH, ftlarshal. .

t A1acc, and only lingers in impure atmospheres, on the mountaineers: who inhabit the frontiersoi had set out for Jalapa. The papers P lainlymies Tallahasse, September 4th 1832. 4tds.!
"hc .
it .
? is nourished. Canton i'rovince about -- -- -- '.
1ti 200 mile' from i intimate an, apprehension! that his eu ; -

Mill e"hope, all our numerous returniorrfdlow-citizcns the city. 1 be report was that they bad appointed might assassinate him after getting him in :NOTICE 1
excesses of exercise and a tllcraUt81mo-had: seized -
.111O'C Who! exposure.> on a t their power. 1 =

,return, 'o have are still their absent, Would do well ere they iieen district' und put to death the civil offiVERA CRUZ, July 9.-Yesterday, at 5 IX ':euklf alttr( date up ::., .OH: c\:.1 ue nude to

end their cellars: cleared city of 1 premies properly aired, ,cer ut the bead of; it. with .several military officer o'clock in the evening, his kxcellency, the the County Court of Gadsdcn County, for letters

tieR, The cholera as far as water our'ob8eJ'vation and all in puri- *, some hundreds of soldier, and more I. General-in-Chief, (Santa Anna) left this plat.e. deceased.administration on the estate of Edmund Gilchriat,

ata tends is raging in ale country to a degree 'more cx- than 1COO. ot the, people. A force of 1300: for the National Bridge, where Messrs. Camay MATTHEW JAB. M. GILCHRIST HESTER., '

minedt ) So that those wj men bad marched against them from L inton., arho and Victoria are to arrive this to Gad dcn_ County, aug. t, 1832. 50( 6U_ _

any should have wrc"e d! pas hold the interview,proposed in the conventionheld
C gonehave ,
i road.-Ib. the 10th day of September, I wilt i
sage boat, proceeding from. ;the country to at Corral False on the 13th ult. May NOTICE.On sale in Su Marks an excellent SailIJ. 1-
Captain : Cautop, was upset, and bO persons, meu and it please Heaven that the present contest may .,itt about thirty feet long, with two masts and sails in 1

from Honduras Petit, of the sc I tr., George, 30 day vvdjuen', were drowned.- terminate happily without the effusion of blood ,rid l order. Persons wishing to purchase a boat will .,$

informs that Mr. Shannon, ,0o of' I1 eb.; do well to attend on that da jr.- ..,.
2d '
'Charge d At1 hi ire for GunUxnala .and bis niece the u fire broke out at Cana result which we consider very remote, ui SAMUEL A.4JEPNCER., .

died at Ysabal on their: 'way thither., Mr*.Shan-, I ton* o Ih'oit'! distance from the.foreign factories, the usurper> far from giving.evidence of wUhsup. august 28th.1832: 2tf

:g"nwa.. well, and expected to returu:to. and destroyed large number of gnus es built .i ing i its conclusion! ,. gives orders for its ,

I?mall son a. On the morning die George letssailed on pile* in the 'd er. "The! : blaze! 'asc ndinjf::{ port, by giving.the! command_ to the oolishitinue 1 S. ULEN.-Frcmthe.'Subscnbe r' .

1ft..1rit1J! laid boat' arrived at' the Balize, Hooduras from these 'combusbble; ; !materiaU_ under_ the_ *' ucio, which is as much as to say, c un the night oi the 26th July,loot! near Tallahat.e -

C1ce ilia t lit 'Caatlcxl"Umoa tie a ..surtebdered -: i inf1 sexes ..of" "itmb ig' ''1'4ort if Y wen.4 .was tlie'horrors 'oi'-war.'as this 'criminal. man wik t.e a pair Saddle ETigs containing' Bed Morocco .

the to the forces of GenrtlIMorazan, under ap !Dciui, "betCiodaJrf-: auy, tbag: tha(:could of tcourse :refuse;to submit hia conduct. the .uncket Book, a superfine black bread: 'cloth: _coat, a r r
nd or ; -air of blue cassimerc
,e'tl iaatilc Advet CotonerV8rn tieer. ':':';'3 ety. _Yor* JCfimlsgi, edr.ndt>' arts irresistible. 1lltfpro- decision of- justice, as. one.the'objects o ',ent$, Mos.'1588E l.2 pantaloons S.E-qtiarter-sec.6ttUWpship", Ud two land pa- .,. ,i,

.",. re>>>S'.'t demanded.'ibe range 4, S. E. No. 595 E 1.21. E qrlectioo 7,towel ,

ass---!:. >.... -!AI'" The "V icierqy elf Krarg-si! 'rocince, ha*,COW chiefs and ;officers. of Vera Cruz thra .' hip 1, range 4,S St.E. Any persoia,'!tfejjo will return .: : ,

'JO PJUFTJNG-Ezecoted, With neat. milted. sutcidebytuairowing: .f-01d._.I i:a.r.thl'. co tleof Ulna, in a meeting held on -'5ti '<'.above., Article; _. illbc, ampiy EDIJAHHAJftVEY.. towariled J by the *obcriber. .! \ ..

C:?+and dispatch id chi of defalca.. :'passed; an act -which is first ... .
aUbif. .O', :'.O' tettito, a'ae>lj.sntd. dwcovery .,a : signed bjp-.Santu ug4,- 85Z 82 tit :, S'


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!!: \119..0.'t! i I;. tt .'''- _. ''. :. !"":' ::.. 1J3W ..
; c7IOR SALE-'A SS{Saw; otto GinIronJC .bCrom Diet: .rlrw ..
: uri es'of. Tho t ,- mrd ); fiWBralntree Manufactory.V:; ,Apply 1<) !. : ;.,.t'

: tee Surnt, Joseph Vf' KleinSt.Marks.* > .
Gins oj r '
other >
; 'Georgia, as hereto- J. \V. K will receive orders for 2000 Pair Negro sllfJil"It..1d Brogaiu, "

of Jackson. Fayetl, the above mairafarture. 500 Piece:Negro Cotton Fustanw, ; '
at.the'Appalad- July 10, 1832 47 _. 500 Do. do. stud Satinet: "x
a .00 DO. .da ssss .
: _= l j } .
: 100 Do. Rose & Duffile do., *

i 20 Bales Domestic Sheetings & Shirting ,
e : 19 Dozen Wool Hats, '.
ttIUaU '
d 500, Pieces Stripe& Plaid Domestics 1"

. s .. LAW. 150 Do. Scotch Bateing. '
........ A 7. _n'
of this District, ai d tfI :::"-
Florida. His Offi c e fn From New-Orleans: l
by the Sch
'. : that of the Register. o0 *
.,t will be draw 1u NATIVE !
". l legal accuracy. 150 Bbls. WHISKER ,

i" ', 33tC 50 Half do. old dC'>.

: .jft : 100 Bbls Superfine l"1W Wheat FLOUR
; ;.; LAD Re- 100 Coil BALE ROPE ;
1: and old wholesale ,
,. ,' t'V C Herstor, 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING,
> L J \ fr: W'Q Frederick county, Md. by Lbs.
1 ( com JliTSJ: concerned in the Patent with Dr, Jodkins. 10,000 Middlings Shoulders.BJCdV. ', .
5 Canvassed JJ&V5 ,
Hh4-- _
offered to the public as aBate
5.t' \assurlt') The above Ointment 50 Boxes &. Kegs best Richmond TO&ftCO
: \'are, : and certain remedy for.these obstinate disease, *
20 Do Porter and 1LE
A baffled the skill of
; some of which have so long 10 Dozen CoJJins' &. Cos. .1XES, ,
( and prime,) soience.: .
100 SHOT.
1" 1st While Swellings every description.2d '.,. .... ,
Sore Legs and Ulcers/ long standing. FOR S'ILE --:
3d Schirrusor Glandular. uJuur_, particularly F .
;. .; those hardened tumours in women's breasts which often 4fI&.' BMs Whiskey,
.:J. I U'U 35" Eresh S. P. Flour,
in cancers.
time terminate
t' "j know by the name< 25 Bags Coffee,
I. 4th Felons, or what some people "
'"'Ii': of Catarrhs, of every description. 200 Corn. .
Just from
of the
5tb Rheumatic Pains joints. NewOrleans.E.
1 in Bulk, 6th Sprains aud Bruises of every description or in .SEIXA5Ma ,
-t whatever part situate. nn,,_. ._- 29,_ 41 tf
7th Tetters of all kinds. In tliiscomplaint, the pa- -- ---
et1itra antt Df
tient, in applying the Ointment must keep the jar jflori tt

out of wafer I t
( : 8th Chilblains, or parts: affected by frost.It 01ICEi"htrtb}.;inn that Sir TJ."rwmd sbaretof
Q is also oue of the best remedies for Dunn and 1,. the Capitol Stock of the CE.'i1 IL-\L BMIi
"lu, arc offerc'l ex Scalds It eases the pain and draws the fire out iu a : ..1'Florida,!hay a been subscribed,anti that iIJ nformi-
: .'-, or IIIDLS. short time. I t}" with the directions of the Charter,the Suosrrlption
I 33, 1 f. For Inflamed U on,en's Itrtasts, and Glandular, f Book is closed until after the Election of Directors o|
: !
:;\\ellir-js! it is superior to any credicine jet known to I sari Bank.

L. the nit J:&.:faculty: It is much safer than: mercur.alof t! And the Stockholders in said Bank are required to
any prepartion,' of that material,) because it Goes ; takenouthat.. at the office of Gen. f.1'.. Call in the
a partnership] not lay the patient liable :u injury from expose to City of Tallahassee Tuesday the lOll day of Jul,-

TKIPPE, lor the< cold.This next ensuing the date hereof between the hours of 10
of the science< Ointment has cured sores of many years stand- o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P. M. an elctk.n *ill be
hand an extenve, i.ig. U"here it is impossible or imprudent 10 heal the field: for the election of nine Directors fur the: purposecf
external ore, ,in coiisequei.c of too bone Incoming managing the business of said bank.
rh they will diopte can us or rotten It will l stop the progress of the: cane,, And the said stockholders! are further req'd tot
is in Webbville, increase the of the discharge, remove the of-
quantity ake notice that the second instalment? off u if r cent
) ; CREWS, ''thC nv smelt} and ea>-e the pain.It en the Capitol:Stock of said Bank is payab'e! rn tb\
I, !\ Y TKIPPE cures the wor-l Felons or Whitlow on an appli- "
\ 19th day: of September next ensuing the d:-te hereof!
cation of 4? hours.Rheumatisms BEN CHAIRES
which have stood -wi long as to becomeA ; R K. CALL, ,
disorder requires medicine to betaken inwardly .
systematic JAMES Mc3It"I.LIN.
\ ( .
i I to remote them entirel\. But in most common JOHNG.GA'. 'BLE.
1 : and for sale, c.ies by applying this Ointment externally a* directedit HICHARDIIAYWARD
\ : :: will'gne relief And even in old people, wb.s R. C. ALLEN, ,.
FLOUR, pa ins hate been of (longer standing, u will ease the ROUT Vv. ILLIA3IS

;0-;> q\1chma,) pain.To sea captains and masters" of vessels this ointment Ccuniissicer

must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being Tallahassee} Jure 18, 1832-14-tf&flt
(superior,) \erv certain in its esiects on Chilblains or parts affected "'
i the corn, 11 .\\'(; with frost it likewise preserves its qualities in all{ di- fCt# JlOtltt.

}'Y .. '< At"I. A large mass of testimony proving the value of this -
most; excellent medicine will be shewn to those who I 'j'HF: nncl rsgrcd: ir.\'e been appointed Trustees,
wish fuithcr information on application 'o Dr Htrs- I tc benefit of all the creditors of John -

tOIl! or to any of his aalborireu agents. '1 hey are desirous: of settling the business as
The above medicine sold by' special appointment of :ornraspos.ibe! mud to this end they request all tha
: : the patentee and warranted genuine. 't-ditors to pres*m their claims as soon as practicable.And : ..
I t U YEts'hl\S.: DKCCCIST. toe indebted: are quest'd to liquidate or pav*

Tallahassee, February 24th Ic3l, 27tt: their accountsC.. C. ILLIAMS; /
: 'tf I \\m. WILLIAMS, /Trnste !.
\ }; tilt.IDD2Jl :}.Lif 's Gco. E. DENMS.: \
I April 10th 1S32. 3 1 tf.
: \
t ( : :2ail2 SSJ QP: S 3 .

: lO'lEL one of lhfIUIIt f.f iiica.cinu,compounds in the 3lA-:\ Auction & Commission Business.
: : : infornis his friends- IS .\ .NiEiJic! *. (for the cure of that class of inset
T. I I he lip rented the crate Ui-l':1-e.: produced by' an impure state of the TIlE subscriber havingbeen cpK

the We side ref the blood. and a vitiated habit of body', and E.-ually exhibiting auctioneer: for Lecn cut.nty. l ilitrs his
: Era by John thlloclH in the forms of Scrofula; salt Kbeum.Lfpi"v. services to tlu public intheauct'onani'comrcissionbusi! i.
!(' :; ra thorough .i I St. _\nthony 's Tire Fever Son-s (even when ness. He pledge himself pay strict attention to all
'c Boarders anil I f! tile bones are affected) White rivvelliiig's applied business intrusted to him ; and attend estate or other
fr"o'4'1 : with Dr. Jcbb's Liniment,) Foul and obstinate Ulcers, sales in ihe country. His office is in the town of Ma;n
} :" W. REAVES. sore leg; and eyes scald bead in children,scuivy and doha, here he rcaFatall tunes be f und.
;: scorbutic gout Pimpled or Coibmicled: { race festering !Mi! 13th 1 1-32 30tf B. BYRD.
i i DD. euptinns.. aud venrial taints throughout the'Ixxly in .....
I : Delta, from Chares- which last case the drops often cure when mercury IDmW( S) :i1ID,mm an1 S)
; fails They are also the best prirg and Autumnal
: &
:: I LARGE and complete assort*
physic: to purify and cleanse the system from humours
: of Fresh Drugs and Medicines rece-
which frequently appear at thee seasons of the yeJr.- mt nt ,just
: ;; : They also! aid the process of digestion and by purifYing icdfrom New York and Baltimore for sale, wholesale
the blood prevent the j-ectetionof malignant humoursof and retail. Country,Merchants and Practitioners sulWplied
: 37_tf. the lungs. The proprietor confidently relies upon on the most a ccmD1cd tin;:tem s.

I number of cures effected 'he" EDSEIXAS..
l J. P. Booth the vast surprising; by !c
drop, not only in Boston and its vicinity, but throughout Dn1g;! t,Magnolia Florida.
hip in Florida. The the Union for the bet proof of tiscir excellence as ':1"3.29 41 tf_
i Tallahassee, and ot an unfailing alterative medicine,in all the cases above --- -
The Co art-
t specified. This article has recently been pronounced
the courts of Florida by aPhjsicianof the first pectabifity! Ishii bad witnessed r KLEI.Yi$tMs! .lay disx -
Alabama will, :std mutual The business of the firn.
: its surprising cfiicscy, as entitled! in his opin by consent. ?
:.Sd, 1831. 50t<" ion. to take the lead of all the popular articlesknown must be settled immediately.

for the above complaint, and indeed it is fast gaining L. P.TAYLOR,
Suwannec.) this point in public estimation; throughoutlhe: country J. ,"'-. KLEIN.

Ul' !B T9 Price.1 u bottle, tr 6 bottles for ?> ;5):; St. Marks, ang. 7, 1831 52 tf i

and Withlacochet
} : and a little attention to their timely administration, wil-, alttend any business in the roger r tNEwYocK.ind .
for the of
t purpose and usually ensure a mitigation of these disorders, and gent! promptly and faithfully execute any Ominissions
: ( ing cotton! crally effect a cure. The Pills are al1o\O! easy and ef- 'ntIust d to him by his friends in Florida, and the pubs
it h (.ods. They in-
I and fectual remedy for the symptoms prectedingaud accom- ic cenerally.
the running a panying the Asthma and Consumption. For Coldse New-York, July I8S2.: 52 tf
town Magno .
= and strictur,
Coo_ht. difficulty Breathing tightness
either ill be
: place w will across the chest Wheezing pain in :lie ide, Spitting !;JOTOE TO'PfJRHASERS
freight. They
of blood. &c. Few cases can occur of any of this
skins and will have
: ,
f : I .cut of goods .las< of disorder! in which the purchaser Dr; Relfe's .
find rich return IOL their trifling expenditure -
: Pills will not a
: Groceries, Hard THE undersigned hereby gives notice that a

t t : Dry-Goods, Price-whole boxes 30 Fills. 1 dollar, bit certain LOT in TaUaliassc, upon \vluch the
: Hats, Saddles, Shoes House stands Courthouse isiis
Pills, 50 cents. now occupied as a ,
Steel J, Nails&c. property-that the title in fee '''is in l him and

30tf In Leon Superior Court; jOjthe Middle : has never been parted with to any person what-

? ) District of Florida.APRIL ver.: All persons are cautioned against purclas-
( hs from the Ter-
the therefrom fixtures
:- uo; same, or removing any
t A. Thompson TERM, J832. whatever,' under penalty cf being nisdc liibc
for the middle ZACH. JERKINS )
) ,
herefbr This given the
In in law notice is as
attorney in fact and vs. > Chancery.B1ARTIIA
Trustees of John Laudaman have,tliouirht -
: tf. appearing by ihe return of the Marshal, and by to advertise- the said lot lor sale! as his prop*
IT filed, that Martha Jerkins does not reside rty. HARDY VICKERS.

i':,. In r,u within this Territory: ,It is ordered that jf the said -April 17th 1832, 85 tf.Administrators7 .
ancerv. ....
( J Martha docs not appear: and answer complainant's -
; Randall nil on or betore the'first Monday in October'next, ; Sale.
t I t l Judge of the said hill ofcnmplaint, and the mailers and things
r. Middle District of therein alledged, will be taken pro confesso, and decreed By a special Act of the Legislative Council pas i

accordingly.. And his further ordered, that acopy }on the 22d January last for the relief of theheirs ..
: ; } > of this order, be published in some newspaper : of the estate of Isaac G. Teajue Dec'd.
IT appearing in this Territory, once a week for three months suc- Will be soW before the Court house In .Vcnlic /lo,
; affidavit essively. on the fourth. Monday in October, next, all the real
d' } : g::: I to the satisfaction A true Copy, estate of Isaac GF. Teague, dcc'd.,-Consisting of
j that Harrison court, Teste JAS.S. LlN2Cl'k. Sixteen Town Lots, '

H. Lothrop, & June 23, 1832 46 w3m. with their' improveme 1is.: And on, 'the Monday fof-! :

... Lov'tM.James, Bloufs Steel Saio Cotton Gins. lowing, In Magnolin'one Lot and a comfortable Brick .
Defendants, in .Store situate on Broad-sine!. t
the above, Bill, The terms of sale, will be made kno\vr r.n the days .

> are out of the THE Subscriber has an assortment t.Sale.. WM. BLACKBURN, } .,,
: :) Jurisdiction of best Stell} Saw Cotton Gins, assorted Adn nisfr.\toT.' ;
i the Court. Itis sizes, from 30 to 71 Saw: ,which will be.sold at $2 and May 1st- 1832. 37 6m. : .,

i ordered on motion 2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first day ol January t
; of Geo. y: next, to good responsible purclmsers. NO'fICE.-, undersigned bus ,

Warner, Solicitor BENJAMIN BYRD. ap and attorney m fact ibreatonuranila'ndandJTamsli
: : 'J for 'W** LPlC<lv Magnolia,May 22, 1832. 41 ,tf Carter, and the heirs-
hereby directed! and end}is rntrastcd withtlje i care !
.. )f Charles"WilliamsoB, / .
Complainants Bill AttachmentGreen ()r their I lands in Florida. All persons' are torwarncdorn .
Monday in Novem- fi' committing:waste on the same, niuJ-tLosc t ksn! > :
or that:inj default H.ClHi.rcs Ben Defendants fli mg to rentnsydo so on rip licaUou; to the .subscriber: x
\ taken pre confessu. "haires,Lxecuior; and Bet- 'T'thin suit "ill"kc THOMAS BALT7XLL.Webbrille .

) Provided copt y Floyd, ExecutriX Dais \ notice- thai application February t-Itld832. '- S6tf .
: one'of the public Floyd, deceased/James will be made to the Superior ,
,, ; ,- and S.Linn and Elizabeth Linn Court of Leon '
.. published ; DK.If JOHX, 1 L!:. 'llO1E.y i
: Which is ao- late Elizabeth Floyd, Chas. } County,at the next October l
: RANDALL' Floyd,Robert Floyd,Gabri- termto,.foreclose ESPE'CTB'ULLYinfonns the citft'uzehsof -

: al I FloydThomas! C.- Davis a mortga.givenby,, Davis 'TaU I1 s sez"en 'itswicinity; '.that n* "J 4" J
y ,-Jr. Clerk.' & Milo R.Davis, sole heirs,Iatid I F1 .to Henry M. ti-is located: himself'in'this city. ': J ,*

; : '4m. representatives ofDavis)'Brackenridge, 'on the, N. B_ .HcmaybefQunaathia.officc' test. doer to.., t -
; : half of the Nt1rtJI- rcsoUuce corv ,
'. Floyddeceased. west Doctor> I'arkcrand. Brad furd, or at his :<< : ,
restquarter of section nine,'township one, range one, -
ncr of Adams and Culfstrcets. ,
; Quinine, just re South and t east,and the. east half of the North Fast. Tellahas: ce.. !Mtrdc.I1'1832. t8 3m1i.. i l
: ;,forsale low.E.SEIXAS.. quarter of section eight,-toVnship orwj range ne,. ;'h. '. ',. t _. r." : ,
and east,'said land lying in }County_ of"Leon'=1 ; t-.ritt j'N'G' _.Ezecuted It th,.r4. :
;;Hst,Magnolia.-.. Territory! of f'1 riQa.. GEO.WALKEE,P1WB'Att) ,I JOI3 t ,8f.this.-Olficc.. .-
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