The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
December 28, 1833
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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1f BElOJT..fL iVIoGO"ODS & THE WH arc-authorized'_$_ to -announce- ALFR&D. --- A

FASHIONS.i.PIERSON&CO. FLORiD1k1. HEIl, as a candidate for the SA< ,.U/y,
LJTEST lh'e.eleeton- ; in **eprury ne- Hcf

&J Eareauthovjsdto
announce THOMAh M.
V BRADFORD as. candidate
to Leon
represent -
MERCHANT TAILORS.Clothe r T County in the next Legislative Counncil. The

tote J&wtf WOOLLEV4 Co.1cTOULU "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." election! to ak<- place. the 1st January t334.A .
respectfully inform .heir customers and : -- CAR IT. *"

1 genera.''.' that they have removed ID1.t YmQ WWLQ UQ =r :
*lishment to Jefferson street four doors west OOo1'C tLQ 7'QfJ SHELL
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e office, li the store formerallv occupied as : ATTORNEY .IT -'". T.1LL\ti.13S, FLO.
I have Officer of Commissioner tu Equity. pt-rsons indebtvi to tie estate ot Th tluw- Will attend to business
lEtof the Floridian, where they on hande ALL 'S confided '.0 him with industry
S Wtmenl of fall and wmte. goods, with GEORGIA, Richmond County. deceased, late of Le ner& Between Grace to make immediate payment, those having demands Emigrant newspapers I Rtftrrnc.-BIoNCHAIRESandJAS.D.
1F just received from N ew-York and Rowell. Compfotnanfj WEST-
!be .leY foshioni.,.,;rilv] tender their sincere thanks to and against said estate will render them, IP terms of the '' pointed Robert J. llackley Esqt. agent, in the COTT Jr Esquire.

o' 'f past(.rours-their fre h stock of fall VALENTINE Walker & George L. Twiggs, law.N JASON BRINSON execstor.ov23d 'I of Deccmb John K.<;r21st Campbell, Esqr. dec'd. JAS. 'V A FUR SALE.-An excellent match of young, well

heir rogoods of a hanc some of Edward 153wJ and gentle
coflS1Stflg very as- Rowell de- C&J carriage Horses.-Also
nd 'f 1'terf luperfine cloths, cassimers and vesungsjynMi cased ; Valentine Walker &. George L.1'wi s .. OT1<.-Is hereby given that application- will .: SIX weeks from the date hereof, I will apply Carryall, with harness for two horses ; and two a yfcd good

SflCt" y and of the latest fashionable colours, executors of Howell R. MarshaUdeceasedl\lary C&J .1, be made on the first Monday in January next,to Judge of the coutty court of Horses, that ride well, and are gentle and true in har

I a!I"fl't: ciz : Rowell, Elizabeth Nancy Rowell, Mil- cz the honourable th( county court for the county of i, den county, for letters of administration on the Apply to D. M. SHEFFIELD, in TaHalta&-

ad 5ttc,blue black, adlaide, mulberry,claret, brown I lowell Sarah Rowell, Benj. Rowell, Hannah Gad sden, in the Territory of Florida for an assignmentof I of Champion Rhodes, deceased. late of siid ( rV.'t'mW *Ut 19t1.
I Dec. --
Peggy Rowell William I dower in the estate of Ihc late 21st 196w JOHN M. JOIINSO.TOI'1CEA
pcr r.'ble bottle! green, drab 4steel mixed cloths: Rowell and Ed. Francis A. -

b i blue' blackSteelmICd: fawn coloured, drab, ward Rowell,(children of William Rowell,) Eliza Cash deceased. Persons interested are hereby notified petition will be presented FRESH DRtJGS

; Triocd' ribbed, Leopold marino, and corded Williamson, Catharine Rowell!!, Sarah Rowell, ) that a petition for that purpose has beer filed in the .l Judge of Gadsden County Court, at the PIIg Qi tpmmtf\fUuUa

rk, Black satin, black English florentine, Randolph RoweU, Mary Rowell, Dorcas Rowell clerks office of this county. January Term, in behalf of Ann Wilder, ST 9 D
'rS| etc Jane Rowell, (children HARRIET A. CASH. administratrix of Heukiah Wilder J received a full supply of fresh drugs. spic
t& nere, Talinte, figured silk,and marino. plain. Benjamin Rowell,) Ma t I < deceased, perfumery etc etc t
buf dfigured Marseilles, plain, black, and figured ry DavIes, Benjamin Strange, Pataey Foreman, I o Widow and adrninistrr trix ef F. A. Cash. Gadsden county, praying that commissioners Also boiler's,
[ Thermometers
.hlte and toilnet vestings, etc. etc. Randolph Strange, Edward Strange, Hubbard o duincv, November 23d 183J I5tf pointed to allot and set off her dower in the sugar brass graduated to 300
velvet, Strange, (children of Charlotte personal estate of her said deceased husband. cgrees. on scales of 22 inches ; Litmus Tumer-
ccneral assortment of fashionable and Strange, former virtue and in etc.
a lfAH..UALE.lly pursu c, : Maynard and Noye'sr.elebrated Ink
Likcwde L\c clothing, viz. Superfine,blue, black ly Charlotte Rowell,) Elizabeth Sibley, Mary I superior court of the persons interested are notified that the said i ; Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine and Ink

n folourcd dress & frock coats ; brown, drab, Vycstbrook, Rebecca Jackson, (children of Benjamin I Diddle district of Florida, in end for the county of filed in the office of the clerk ot Gadsdcn county the best article known for diseased teeth tooth
k and
Ind f:1ncy .xed, overcoats and coatees ; fine cloth, & Marshall & Nancy Rowell,) Lucy Ball, John Leo, sitting in chancery, maie in the cases of the JOHN ADAMS, ms ; Bullards Oil of Soap for cleansing oolen

Iud 5trt oaks, with a handsome variety of vests and111e Stanly, James Stanlyjun'r. John Horton & Elizabeth I Commissioner ot the city of Tallahassee vs. William Dec 21st 19tf Attorney for ; salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains in

\ \ti tarn: bs wool, and Canton flannel, shirts, Horton his wife, Jesse Westbrook and his j VS'yatt, the Marshal of the Middle; District of Flori JOTtCE.-All persens having debts and ; Lucifer and Phosphorus matches Osborne'

psnt\OO tine linen shirts, linen dress front, andIJJJddr."tth wife: Susannah Westbrook, WillianvCombs anj da, will on the first Monday in January next, in front 1 ot whatsoever notice, against the estate of water colours, etc beautiful glass; ink stands

a splendid variety of fancy articles 01 r his wife, Winifred Combs and Nathaniel Stanltr j of the court house cltlor, in the city of Tallahassee B. Roberts deceased, and all creditors, legatees I Pounce boxes fancy ;and medicated
; ,''i dress, such as plain,pkled. ftnicy trimmed ( of Winifred Westbrook,) Defendant county of Leon, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, persons entitled to distribution, are required to barley, powdered All lozenges ;
etc. of
In I etc. which
.vntcrnen this sago
t, satin, and velvet stocks; rum elasti", silk taLe, the Court having decreed to the com the following described lot to wit : No. 313, with thc sent their claims within two years, otherwise, be sold cheap for cash or approved credit.

lloJn1baud nett suspenders ; randum-cotton, spun silk, plall1antoo. moiety of the estate of the testator, and improvements thereon, situated in the original plan of will be forever barred. MARY ROB E. B. PERK
half hose ; fine buck-skin,horse-skin, thasjid1ambs.'oOi t auditors be appointed to settle the several I, the city of Tallahassee will be sold to satisfy said administratrix of JOHN B. ROBERTS Tallahassee. Deremh"r 14th
sums "
and silk p due the residuary legatees under the commissioner for the second anH third Marianna, Jacks n Deccmber21st l tf
cotton, gloves ; plain, white, and I fourth clause of instalments : county, 1833.
t oltlrcd pocket and neck handkf., etc etc etc. the will, which is in the following' words : My Sale will take place between the hours of 10 o'clock TTTNION BANK OF FLURI A.- The D'OtTUt RANDOLPH otieis his {.roiis. .t
{ and desire ii, that my executors do will a. nutiikJ.r and 2 o'clock m. U st services to lib friends, and! the pu ,lic. IStf
Ladies Riding HABITS cut! rell all the rest and p. ers in said Bank, will take nature that ;in ,
of my estate, whether real T. E. .vANlJOLPH J.J..11E: ALEX.1.\'DER
or personal) and m. pliance with the provisions of the cuarter an BUITHELOT,
d made in the mostfashionable style and that the proceeds of the same be equally divided share By A. A. FISHER. m. will be held on the first Monday in February Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
share alike between and a'l the December 17th I@33. the of I
among children 17tds.MARTIN city Tallahassee Brown's
drab and! of Hotelpro(
fashionable fine
.1 case my half brothers and sisters to whom I the fT'ILL. practice in the Court of
give the same HARDIN, j Territory of Florida. Su- banking house of said Bank") lor the 1' Appeals ;-The
trHdTS likewise an assort- to them and their heirs forever." Seven Y Suj trir (-'urts of Lrou Gadsden .
; vs > perior court for the county of Directors on the part of the Stockholders. \ Jark
cloth CAPS Notice i ic therefore given, that all persons JAMES MILLS, ) Gadiden.fHlHE JOHN G. GAMBLE, Pre, "n. in the 'i erritnry of Florida ; and in tht. Superior
t1lt l of gentlemen's oj : under said clause, in the of Thomas & Decatur counties
testator's will, are required defendant and all others interested arc here- Tallahassee. Dec. 21st 1 1W33. of fir ('uth.
'it latest fashion. to produce before me evidence of their iniercs' JL by notifird that suit has been judicial circuit of the State fot' Georgia ResitVncc15f
and of commenced attachment ALE.-\\-ll1lJc
by sold .
their identity, as children of the half EXECUTOR'S at TaatnUtt.01"1",1,,. -3"' I :: '.
The subscribers hereby guarantees to furnish all I tcrs of the brothers and sis- in the court aforesaid, and the defendant is inst. all the personal -

hom\yplc\sctnf.l\'II.rtlllII with their custom, testator, on or before the first Monday tii I required to ,appear and plead to the decla'ation filed belonging to the estate ef Hardy VicKers, CONSUMPTIONCURED.
January which
next at
article of cl.thmg in their line of business lime the Auditors will in said case. HAL TZELL 4 WHITE of Cotton Corn Mules 1Irses
ri ith any ceed t o settle and determine pro- pl'ffs aU's.OY. : a stuck of
the lost rClsonlc: ; terms, and AS they keep conctlv'intlKirtmploy to flip ili l.crce. SAMUEL upon M. their right itw&: -23-1 _ 133m &c. &c. .

first rut northern workmen, : JACKSON M. E. 1&1"-HSflAL'S SALE.-By virtue and in Terms made known on tho day of s-ile. LA MONTERAT'S
hey uiinianntcc: their clothing, whc'hcr! furnished i LT: 1'be Columbia Hive, S. C. ; RaIejh Hegistcr, of a decree of the superior court of the midclc fiAILlI'ItKFR:, EXl'c COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE

;bem re\1rmuc: ] or to order, to be n/trai c made uji I N.I C. ; Ilhhmontl EnrtUlrtr, Va. ; NaslvilJe Rumcr district, Florida, in and for the county of Leon, sitting JAS. J. VICKERS ) SPECIFIC.

a the most fiitnful: uunutr, aud hkeubc, of the moslJC Ttnn. ; (Jserver, Lexington, l\y. ; Plantcr's Gazctl10nt0111cry .: in chancery, made in he cases of theConur.issioncrof WM. \V. HART. 5 p.. the most valuable discovered
retr'y cpr for
\ Ala. Flori yet
urabe: matcrl.tLs. ; ian, Florida ; Mobile lt",.- the cuy 01 T.1I1aJ13Si'ee5. Alien \\. Coleman, the : Ereernbr2lst 133 !) r he cure of Coi'gti, cPi s, '. \nsnmptivn ..7iMma
; n Ten ml will invari ihly be Jcd'trlcd for Bister, Ala. ; Natchez Republican, :1is. Macon Mo tshal of the .Niidule District of Florida .
i-rr ? ; Mes will on PROCLAMATION. '' lug- of Rlocd, ind all: *l 1- i asrs cf the B euil and
or vcrvric"7'j"-'tn ii front
the above insert of the BY LESLIE Ii / Prepa.ed by J. Iii -YD, PhU.uIHp! .. It.omp ,
we* kly, until the tist THOMPSON
; rtiular tfctaulivfu'd of court house door in the ,
from the pnc' January next and city rn Tallahassee, county of )ses the dl! tm.ttI! nerves, gives strength! tthe
All in-itbtcd: to the late finn forward their accounts to the Master in Leon' proceed to seJl the I Judge of the County Court of Leon
persons of R HWuollcy .Eq ity. to highest bidder, the follow County. I I :s, re-pairs the A ppeti le,improt'h the Siriu'itc.
ic), ar' rcq'iestid to make payment by the JulySGu. 4tf ing scribed lots to wit : ? u. 1 1,12 I 140, 141, 24S, 'I "llEllEA the ';!CI" lOn in-ld on the I 1st ) Bill "f Du'ecti-.> Tompanying each Lottie i.f the

Isof Jinuiry iiexi, to R. Halsey, who is duly au- and 275, with their improvements thtreon, situated in in Nnvemb' r last, {'-T two delegates to ecitic, pointing -ut in a most conspicuous
; .I ', t:13: si'iic. All accounts not settled In 3up'nor Cc/urf, Middle District, Gadsdtn County. illoriginal plan of th/ city of Tallahassee will l le sent the county in th; next IrsMativr council: \ the symptoms in ilie-tr different stages of ihe disease

'y tie b.l\\ flaif, will necessarily be placed in a due S. NIBLEiT, ) assumpsit.J. s 11 ld to satisfy said commissioner for the third instal sul ted, as appears} from I the Proclamation: I f his pariictilftr direct ions respec'irg i the treatment while.

0.- ',.V .IIUabs..O.t.htr2G\a 1 lltfM I "S mcnl : Sale will take place between the houss of 10 cellency the Gok'trnur, in the choice of but one it, together with many well authenticated certi
survivor &c. ) In attachment. o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. sentative : of cures etc.
!;jvlyuMr.; !S.LE.firt! rue,.f T Caner i'i dtt.! C.,.::,-,:,s\.y uhcre: saws the, T 11 TOTICE above stated is hereby 1 suit given of the institution of the T F. KA DULPH, m. M slnd Bradford Whereas, Messrs. Jason Brinson and Tlu In oonvfjuent1" of the great and increasing demand
: of the issuing of By: A. .\. FlShLr '\ no e"ntt f-t the other -cat. have rc thi the
i* sed .n.d tcrnu knou a writ oi d. m. > :r j-pccific, prot.rietnr is enabled to reduce the
w i: 2wy: n.TIIOMASPUESTON at'achnieiH therein
as iforesau' abandoned their
December I7lh ivcly' cl lims tuiiltr the s.ud ,
returnable ,
75 I.
to the next 17ltlS. : ;c to cent i per tile'hereby enabling it to conn
Jr.QJI.I trim of the said court :-the! defendant and have requested th it the decision th
and all other AltMlAL'; rcof 'he reach of \Ill"r on*
\us. P 1 1P33.: ALE.-Hy virtue und in i
\ 52tf. persons cenccrned, arc notified to M pursu- be again referred to the I\oplf.
the declaration filed in appear and plead to a.ioeof two decrees of the superior court of die .'' Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills.
case He Therefore, In : of an act of the
\\TEI J TO according to law. Mitldk District of Florida in I.trs1ttCe
L'L'UCHASE.UUANTITYVimt and tor the of Thc Pills have
A. BERTHELOT county I ernor aiid Legislative Council entitled been successfully used by ih n-
all'r. ,
:. \ .\>ic \..j October 19tnJ. for PI'tf. Lun, sitting in chancery, made in the cases of the mend an aft, r mul'-d in act cnn crnin the an art : / > wii- r.ui t.?.t.fy to heir Mipcrifr efficacv (over
of the
lon \\hi.h: l i-a-h 103m city of Tallahassee vs. James \ other remedies! in for the
; i-r nil I a f.t r "-- ipember "1 the LigiJative Council of the now use) cureof Dys.
1111 be :I ELlA* )IP80In Gadsden" Cameron, the Matshal! cif the MiJiile District of Fluof crr tltp-ia in all l !
: paid deliver.d! Superior Florida, ihoircomplcate-l -rmst'ey give stenth
MJOII; Uouit, rida will the first approvtil February 1'ith 1831, I Jo
V J OST' L\ : '\Jart101iI: <''to 26th lUf I vs. on Monday in January next, pro- by older and apMiiia| an dection of one "-_\ r ;'> thc itcoiii'a'td organs ot di: ---- J.\ME" MILLS. To recd to sell to the hiphes: Liddt r, tUe -
-- ) November term Itf33. : described represent this in the i removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, ha.
next Legislative C
county r
"< L'l I.i llKNT- The teneti city
hue T; <- r"iij'ii\l as ihr Registers JL ill! take notws with their improvements thereuu, situated in \ I
\\ G that this suit has been the original on ednesday 1st of CC many olh"r nervous affections. They contain no-

nT." : : .,' r. f Ciiiitoa! ; and Du\ .' triits.i'tlliii .- cellullIl1mcnt l and returnable to the above commen plan of the city of Tallahassee, will be sold to superintcndaifce, of Charles day : January Austin, \\next ilhm: Mercury, nor di> they sicken the .marh. they-art. &

\ : hiJUM; j>1I1f1.I.! tu'' ._I n ..A..i orl. mensit isfy said commiisioner, jVati"n: "I-a-- ;i-.L: r 's-U I ..J .J VliU-UUL., nrt inP TK m., ; : no In dtetr
Lit' .
1:111I; :, tUUll!', "i. .11 c uj'"u tin* jireiiuSCs. to instalments. ,: Sale \\111 take place between the hours -r. unnk ...
1J3M -- his Deputies will attend to order exposure to wet or cold while using them.
It. H. preserve
M. -
li.i ;cr.n Ifi'I'; 'I t j. o. T. Ward, K:".ir., or to Oct. 26th. DAVIDSON, pl'ff. att'y.IRA T. E.ltJD( uiiuci my iianu ui auaunssee this lytli ; ,.,' 1.r..eti..ri-. .iU ncrompany each box of Pills

:NLV. 3h <13tf.:) .\. 1 liRA T.COTTOThc \M3URN: ] Gadsden Superior By A. A. FISI1EU LPH: d. m. of December, A. D. 1833. L. A. TllU 5f'L] .- will fully cxfiLun their el1ects. ,
Court. m.
Fcc mber 21st I FrG.-
the w. 11 know
subscriber is .c \ s December 7th 1833.MARSHAL'S 171ds' I! n reputation of tnese Pills lay
ptI }1111 years, tie proprietor J. BOYD
most lilieral i- JAMES MILLS SALE.-By virtue and in PROCLAIUATlOiN ( Philadelphia)
pursu It
'. V.U1CCSOH cotton stoic-J with him, tat surviving l'a.rtneretc decrees of the superior court of the BWILLIAM \ A unnecessary froh to give uny further defa! of

j :sl.ipt.ed Ncw-YoiU or Liverjlt.3) ,pi HE defendant and all persons interested arc here MtuJl' District Florida, in and for llir C untyofLe apPJinrnHIr supply has been received, and for sale

.\ 0'.1 CI: .Ii ;, ::1' ." 1J111. .. by notified that the above suit has been; instituted on, lang in chancery, made in the cases of the Ce.u- P. DUVAL,'. '! by.v 2ld K. B. PERKINS.
;; ) I: a tk.Lccpcr, "1t. IStfItOWAID'S
"c'r I ; ) J. B. PLACI1V. by attachment, returnable to the next term of said mii-sioner of the city of Tallahassee vs. Joseph it.Lon. Governor of"the Territory ot l; 4

ctt uit. They are required to appear and plead to the & the Marshal of the Middle District of Florida = of the
declaration liltd in stud case. JOHN J. AD MS j will th first I puisuai-ro: laws of SHU! lerritmy u IS
II. }II. BROWNS on Monday in January next, in front ufi.he by proclaimed anti made known that
: 2d 123m house door in the at ih:
Att'y court of TONIC
lor Pl'ff Tallahassee .
It (i K 0 N 1) E N TIS Tfcl Leon city cunti. -H held on Mnda} the fourth uay of \ MIXTURE.

I),, !tO, t.5. '::;: -.U I f 'tJt tI. t:.. G.1. In GaJ den county court. ty the Jot described proceed :o lots sell to the highest bidder 'C":'-3. '-in: f- lluwin" nin:e persons elected 1 A FCLL supply of this valuable medicine is just

rEl'1'f "LLY l: IlJcr" hw jH-,5es! .i.uwl tcr- ELIAS SIMPSON, ) following to wit : Nos. 214, -2-20 bers of thf next Lt tauve Uounul ot said received I shall hereafter have it consU&tly 08
221 and tit with there .
"I t'It'l.qllr.I .aI'' Gr.%.rtr t>u>i: al 'he Ca; fto)1 l in the '.1.IT!.

>e; t\:1I1Ib "!rinv! i.ltl1l'.at. icc of Dentistry JAMr MILLS. } will be sold Ti; .plan the city of T.lIlh.---: T f.ha'sc't' on ,\!odth.- Gtii.Iaj of J:.uuarv. H W4RKANTED TO BE A SAF2 AND ErFEOTCAt

n:::flr.tlrnf'r..'!':."- will be cheerfully given. IHE defendant and all rthtrs are hereby notified see, md lon: iy said commissioner for the a-. apj/eai: trnm the e.t'rtltJr.: returns made to me )IEDY FOR t"VEK ANI AGCE, IF TUES AGREEABLE
H. c:u :ik f> i tuo .(I 15,',r.\'v Hulel.sircd T that attachment have i issued in the t\.1J\'t- .e coziC : Sale .t. ill t=.l..c }*b.,.:( I qiun d by law O THE DIRECTION. lief orts haviiij: been circula'ed

N..IJ.! '\tu ': hu: 'rU: aticuU tho LAMES at returnable to the next January term of said, be tweu th houn of 1 0 o'clod-. m. &2 o'clock r>. in From !.." County '.)' E.,-..muia, I'o.npotn the it this mixture contains arsenic I ar.. directed by
T. -
Ihtir A. A.
d. m. F I am also anlhrrised
u.S. (n r Revttn.
Ol> October 19th a of 10,
ALL.- 1 he ; winch I 103rir.TJCEI December 7th 1S33M
jiLuuaii.niuii '
L r-i-iJuJ, in the lormcrly 17 tel ; 1'.1 'j.. ': : Y llf \\ lOll,, being in tlu 3d ( iC., is'iiart: to any one who will pr.-e the exs enee
Tlinrnasviilc road, about 9 mi kc Abt.IiAL' virtue aitdii tr ,, .h't L.ur .)I'he7IrLOfl f Le IrlTtide of ..oTenirIer'
.1\.f.J> T*..... The hereby notify toll persons indebted to pursuance :c iiry, Antimony,
a\sce. ; n ron'ains cue ht'jiBrdar.J i 11 die fiim of Litanus and Marcus A. Armisicad III wf tv\o decues of the supefiorcourr of the .... h- u :itsf F. !.kli'1 and \a bio. iiy 0'Li.r jwnainous ing"'tient! in it.

iiiij r JT I'wcuty a "%
f l 4 D\\clJlU hue "improvin' r.ts con-i 1st ,: the business of the firm o! course falls under Ltun, :i lilting in chanctry, mane in the cases fvf thl'cumHi.s Fr.} ,: {h, c' 'iittiesf Jacks -n a-.u: r '. t.u.", :rs'ns c.xcep' authorised agenu wilt be 'in-rushed by

F'Vtcrras,-, stables T. outbuildings; icr. I I 1 my direction ; consequently all the debts duo the aid illil'r the city of T..lalmssee vs. Ro\ert\ SI'! ,_ .11t z urh and fifth Distiict, Piter If" J>/ le iVfipnetor with the nrx'urc: tc> sell ,ai. i am
ai'piy t'l II. Bettr.n
en" tlr If' ihcuh- j,I fi ri.i must be paid only ir.o or my authorised jtgent of C'. Nirhc/ris;: administrator of Carey Nicholas dec 'a- and ; 'lll'l1r. S.Movtihg. 11 lc ant' f'.r Mt'.Me Fltv,d tt, andav ,o.r II l l>y Mrow.nd

To\hhtSscc! Drr. 7th 1 I3. Tllu\\; EEl! j due roticc will be jiveii, ul.1! " ot the \1 l uid.c District of Florida, F.o-ii the ("unf i f .. .iii--n, comj.t.sin .he tin (e\crpt a sm'ol: i"t st-Id to Mr Eccls),

_17tfJ' MARCUS A, ARMISTEAD, will im the tir t Monday .n January next, in fr"'nt oftht District, Jonathan fit b/I.?ol1 and CharLes n. Dn ot a sin--le b >t'.Ie: has l"en ')T will f.- sent, or sold by

.,O ()iLL\I::' IU':\ Ale n--:5tI"1I 1'1'1'\ l'ctersburgh'irginit, August 26th 1 133 5tt court h-mse, in the city of lallahassee: county .t Fr"Ii. -h.- o-nty t-f I.t..u, "*..n.;" siit.; pti t of I I im j' tr> any'per.-''n MI -' i';dle; Fl lid:*, except to me:

tror q'hl the j !antation of :l i'. Sampson POJX-, L eon' proceed to sell to the highest bidder, thr f. ll'n\- seventh t'istri't, (tnrgt T. H ad. [In c-y '( !' : .Irs- .lie IhU i-'o-ertt in ay mLturc celled

"'f, (,' Monday nigl.i last, t nnii"Nl \'f F .I i-l JTDAiIMSTKATORS' \O"lll f4.-AIt pe-sons m '!t'><-ril>eu lots, to wit : Ns j,6,21,42.46,64. IOU of alhe! ; returns no: ,'.111 ; re uuir'y: inudwiluu j .if..:n:.'., if 7?!.-j.: hurt bitin -on.t o_* trn spnrm : Inll-

'JI11HrJ.thl.l"y deed of p'l'y Uf'J..lIll.lilh: LuliJ;L.-d : \ having claims against the estate of Ellis Stafford | 1 116, 20J, iU->, 232, 233: 276, *3i, :301, 316, 317, with I tiiTis. and i in 'h luanne.dirtCltJ by U'A tliu na: II ..<., All, ?.,) v.-ish; th gtnvinc

for trust \c) Sjmjiv.n Pope and Thomas U iii-! j:1 deceased, are required to Pl'csent.them within the I th'-ir i njrov.-ineiits thf-rcon jl situated in the original I leu blank. ly tit.' returns fir:received ThtMii; t.c M'ziurt-s!;.ul'i Jie rnitiiusofvhor!. they PUT-

south tho benefit of Richard Cariiachai\ or Charl es- I I time. prescribed by law, or they will be forever barp lan of the city of Tallahassee, wit be sold to sa. Iy Brailfon! app- us to [be rc-el'.cted Ly one-and liy :: e-. i: My llhd' I \\ ill he n Po" rv botrl s Uk by me:

Cict Carolina.The names of the negroes aic r. .i. 'f nose indebted to tl.eId estate are requested slid CummissuiKT for the second & third enstalments: ers u"t queiltly received, Jasiin Uriuson .' I E:: B: PEUKINS S,lc A;tat (for Middle Flo-ida:
: ''
Sara George, Fanny, IdpltiVilliam, John, FranJ 1 to n..vive mediate payment. -Sale will take place between till hours of 10) o'clocka. have a majority of L''o.J F-.v 2J.I 15tf

th, Afncans, Isaac ard Daniel. Peter and George art. 'j, RICHARD 4- NOAH STAFFORD.out. m.,and 2 o'clock r". m. '1'. :. RAN P/OLPH, in. .From' the County *i" Jefferson, composing : : CENT RAI. lA_' i'. '1F' Li 'i> l. I

yearjoUJ.: -Peter speaks very broken, and about Oil). 03tf ) A mini trat.u. By A. A. Fib 11 Ml; d. rn. the seventh District, Dinitl Bird. I I Nl.V 91b Ir33TOCKIIOLPEUS

Fw JOHN B. ROBERTS December 7th 1&33. 17tds. Fro. the Counties of Madismi and IImilton, an- notified that anelectt for
dunj. for
) ; a wilt be Superior court the coun- :
rClCS to Sir Pope ivcn fur the 4wlivcry of the vs j: ty of Uadsden, in the Ter- \\I-- X1UAL'S %iALE.-Uy virtue and in pursuance p ong part of the sevcntlr District, Littleton Nn:: Direct rsto mantle said institution for the
at Odicescc.
iU1 atQ.uinry, Gadsden Mr. John Car nalla- JOHN PHAGAN. ritory of Florida of two decries of the superior court of the From he Counties of .A 1 \'hland Columbia, year wilt be In.Id at the Banking house ih the

THOMAS county, or myself at Ta defendant and all others inurefllcd arc here middle district of Florida in and for the county of Leon posing the tijht i District i G thrift Priest. y-f!" Tallahassee! on tin) tst 'tinJay! in Jan. n'xt.

BALTZELL, THE notified that suit hab been comtncnccc by at- sitting in Chancery, made in the cases ofth Commissioners Fn'm the c' ""tit} of Naasiu, composing the 1 L. A. Tl TO' !PSi(>M. (!.'s'rVJR ere

Dc m 1 lI r 71h J 831 Trustee for It. Carnachan. tacliiiient thc court aforesaid, and the defendant is of the city Tallahassee, vs: Daniel SteJ District i John KirLLtnd.From HIRE.-A firs- rate .r.i.ilo nrk. v. exeelL1

--- IGSwF required U appear and plead to the de. Inration filed H phcn's adiniiiihlrator, the 'ar&hal of the middle district the County of Duval ocing in the tenth ler.t character. Enquire of R. J. HACK!,Y.-
'Oll NE'V-YORK-- of Florida will on the li-sl mi'iid. in trict, Jakn ITurrcn.
said case. BALTZELL 4iH'X 1 I'l'tis. att's. iy Jail next, December 14th 18tf
o fast Nov. 23d i in front of the Court house door in the city ot Tallahassee From i he: Ci'imly of St. Johns and 3Iosquit'>, ;
153m _
and .
sailing substantial Bii I
TIlE : county of Loon, proc to sell 10 the highest t ihc flevfiilh! and twelfth! Districts, Joseph L.

be despatched captain Bright., will: HARRISON & RANEY1 Middle District) of FL0 r. I biddei, the following described Lotstowit : f\os 63, James Rlz.From YIRTUES OF OUVE OH:1.n extraor inffect JY

1'rtht fJr P.\ssae immediacy Robert for:(\ York Merchants and Partners, f In Uadsden Super. cuurt 65, 11 1'), 270, 2TI, 277, \ itli heir improvements thereon the County of Monroe, composing the of Olive Oil is reported by 31 r Baldwin:
apply to
t.itI Oll Lo\rcJ DeccmlJC..r 7th Lyon or the Cap- vs. }} : all situated IH the original plan! of the city of '1 ..ti.ahasscc teenth Dst.'ict, iiu returns have been received. t British Consul at Smyrna, who observed

1 I7tf: JAMES MILLS. l ill be old to aid In Testimony Whereof I have caused
C.;.\1" t A.\ ._. J attachment. satisfy commissioner for the tnbe of oil
able! for Seed -ijuantity of Sugar Car.c suit J"OTJCE is hereby given of the institution of sa id' the second and third ensf'uents! ; : Sale will takr .1 d seal of the territory tube hereunto a among numerous porters,

17tf i for sale by the subscriber! : 1: bULL by attachment made rctuvrablc to the next place between the hours of K) o'ch-c' a. m. und 2 i .. ed. Given under my hand at the r: were infected with tho plague Led by

-ir- D.AI' SHEFFIELD. term 01 t slid court. The defendant and all other pcr.POUR u'cluck p. m. 1.1 1:. RANDOLPH, m. I ,f Tallahassee this fourteenth day : hint, he proposed un-'tion of thi* body

: date, I hall the ; interested arc required and A. A. FISHER ,.. cember Anne Domini I Ib33, and of *
JtckAjtt apply to judge; tu appear plead to the By d.m. 'I. -j.- oil to keep oft the. plague, and the foI-: .w-
the ,county court for letters of administration ikclaratiun filed in said case. JOHN J. ADAMS. December 7th 1S33. 1 i'tJ.. Indepondanee of the United Suites result
the of
the first
C trial la
tat of was :- 1792
1" \T AdJison Manddl deceased. Nov. 2d 123m at:'}. for Pl'ffs.MrtR. [ Aitt1AL'S t AL.-Sy! virtue and : fifty-eighth year.
11pur:5u W1I \ Venetian sailors lived five
E. LIAM. -
MANDELL.D of days
ance two decrees of the
superior c urt ;.f the
HAL'S >.\J .K- vii and in
US. By uc puisu- Aliddlc District of Florida By the Governor. three infected all of whom died
WILLIAM F.T AYLOR AND of two deere'.s ot the ir and for the County of I persons ;
I BENJAMIN: AIELUCHAMP I having the AhJdle! i istrict of Flt-nda, in and superior for the court county( Leon, sitting in Chancery, &.,ide in the c-iacs. of th, December JAMES WESTCOTT 14i! JR. Secretary of l' the 22 sailors who had been rrpe.itediy:

entered into a c"partnerllbip, respectfully [ of t ton sitting in chancel j made in the cases of the Commissioner of the City of Tallahassee, vs. Ambrose : with oil, remained free from the in

tcndcr;thcir services to the citizens Commissioner of the city of Tullahassee vs. Dorothy Crane, the Marshal of tIle rnildle di-.tnct of Florida, WE arc author.zed to announce J.\) l Three American families
will the first in toasting
\ a"Jelllou.l1d its vicinity. Their office is the alton, the Marshal of the Middle District of FbI Ii. on monday Jmua'V rcxt hI front of: Y.N as a candidate. tor tin- &- I 27
&ziied one the Court house door in the Tallahassee persons, occupying same floor, close
Ly Dr. da will uty : coun
the first
Taylor duri- on Monday in next in front
the last January of Leon the
teCenbr 14th jj summer. ot the court house door in the city of ty of Leon, proceed to sell to the In:licst bidder, tho ally County, at m attended the sick of the plague, but .being

18tf- -' comity of Leon, proceed to sell to the Tallahass&r, following dtfecribtd Lots, to wit\ : No 27, :30, 56, 57, ruary- next. ) rubbed with oil, were preserved from the

SHOE& BOOT STORE. the following described lots to No. 4J 44 118, I2y, 130, 131, iy-:: 135, 136, 137. 131, 23 2..0, :iT.E arc 1iulho. ,ized
: and 314 also the North half ofbot No. to announce r H..\: ;: ction. The nurse in the ,hospitals o
I IHI* subscriber has 45, with thur improvements thereon, all situa ed inL ; 122, with their 9' LIN S. JOHNSON
on Monroe a store the original plan of the city of allahassce will LcMild L improvements thereon all muate-d in the original as a cunditlaie t 1\rna, who attended thesick, night and, day

o kf wher-he is now street opening in Tallahassee mid un to fcatisty said commissioner for the second and plan of the city of Tallahosa-c, will be sold to satisfy the Sheriffalty of Leon County, at the .. by the same methods been happily prcn'ed .-
ends said commissii.iKi-
"aZ third instalments Sale take the seccnd and third instalment: in February next.ii from the
IlOES cssorlmeiit of Lndit and gcntletnetndjtoys tc place between t IlL Sale will take place between the hours of 10 o'clock contagion. After thi, the oil l

uu tll"- tuLio:. r$, SHOES, which he vv.U; hours 10 o'clock a. m 'and 2 o'clock p m. a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. T. E. RANDOLPH m. T are auth.nze.l t( annu'tnco LJ.1..Yl EL. employed in the fi stages of the plague
: : rttueJJtaLle ternis at retail 1. ( 4A-i OLPH*. i l' R.'lEJfY as a candidaic for the
or by the By A. A. FISHER d. Smyrna, nnd with the happiest effect. Tho
son m.
hand A. A. FlSHEn.. ,
2000 Hy marshal .
kk at the election in
pair : c.tinv
Uatk "/ tn& .'d boys December 7th 1333 February next. It
17ids.L rubbed all with
are It WhOL4le. December 7th 1S3. 17td was over tepid olivo oil.
inYiLcd.OO l Country merchant* ___ -1 \ weeks after date \, I E aru authorized to announce ( ',-:ullci J..' :
Hides : appiicttiuii will be A sufficient
for. shoes. will 1 taken in cxch Lange OF COPARTNERSHIP.- the subscriber b r V Y GADSDEN, a candidate repiesent thn pint was estecmed to effect a cure
Be has DISSOLUTION to honourable the county courtf.r cf Florida in the : ihu (tires, who constantly the
also o wlo.afcw dozen hereby notified that the coparl- the county court of Leon, ror letters of at 1tI1IIistr.i .\- ntory J'hC'ongrcsi; of the : smear body
O..vJETfoS.r of ladies STR 4W heretofore States. Jni ; 17'h 1'-1.. -V lard oil remain free from
-hi j existingbetivccn Whiting lion the of or the
Aa\:1e. t t., Le.nll i i on estate Bryant H. Mullin, late of sai. ye.low
1'1l1a1a.lrt% praces. RUFUS I by ETCHE the dozen or u.James Lanier and Marcus Gillett is this day dissolved !! county, deceased. KENNETH llE BH.Y. 1iirE are authorized to \hj.V : l vr ; and tho Esquimaux tribes, who aUo

23d II. by mutual consent. The business at QUincy, F loDeccmbei* 14th l'j$. ISGw 'j WYATT, n camiidate tQ repreMrut the alc on acal oil, remain also free and *
_. litr rida, will be closed by James Lanitr, and in Ucca.w'Gco : of Florida in thu 21th 'bfD
talUi1 -
s f- i < IX weeks alter date tory Cnugre qf the U
tW m -- /Yia application will be made by >j plague raged in London, tallow meltera
UAVU1;: by Whiting and I the subscriber: to the honourable the county cou.tof stalls: July 27Ui 1333.; butcher Instead
AttQey -
anc j a Law ,VVHiTING, Gadsden for I letters of administration foundeztmpt. .
county .
.. t on to aii><>ancs / .
t, 1', MIDDLE FLoazn.Afr41rttt33 &. JAMES MARCUS LiElt, the estate of John C* Armistcad, late uf-said'cotiuty, WEarcauthnribcd a candi-latc to rej-rtscnt t ) n up the pores, as might be.: pecJFcI

37-ly ILi. f Uoincy, Norpmbcr 23d 1833. GiLLETT.16J\ deceased.December 21&l MAUC'US' AR3JiiTEAD. ui ntory pf Florida, iu the! 24llUvn:wss of the .dijmc, the. pores kecozneop.Z5: nd Il4.

I 106 w ted tat.cs. 1&33: : produces a salutary grpiit1C.

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.- r- _t., -,J ,iLIJ1.i---.' -r Tf-: "" e j! within: ; the last ten Jays, is equally extl'3vai i I floor, because f offtn !ed tier, and brofce: my,1,| abc: or seven mesom town,wz.stabbed on : witha -

i g L4 j',4&jit1i)1A\ gant and ill-founded. All the actual causes heid with a broom-handle, five feet long and I 1, load, when Daniel a Mr. Smithbart M'Carty and is supposedto FLORIDI1|

which have ; four inches round in tbichness. Look at the knife bv
PL-BUSHED EVER SATURDAY MORNING AT operated throughout the year to wounded. Smithhart wasp i iI

If- Pour dollarm ad\-ance-ot Five in !six months.J advance the price of cotton-short tocks anda I. swelling. Here he displayed a large Jump on ) be mortally before magistrate of this place, and I I _

J>o witllr: discontinued unless al the option oft production too small for the growing demands -, his cranium. brought after"examination a was ordered to jail, but on SATURDAY; DEc

tlu> EJii'''t t bcf' rearrearagesarepaid. of the 'world-are equally in existence Magistrate-Very well, take your wnnant. has not since
A'heni'eiuents will be conspicuously inserted at se"elitlhc allows clean linen hivvay there broke loose, and I
first insertion, and now. The difference is only in caution and Applicant-She only me 12th Leon .
for the rf'taken.-X. A. GAZ. INST.i Catuily Rtprnmlalbt. .
per square We' could in the week she i is the bane of my existence. ; been t
, tftycefli fur each subsequent% continu nce. Allad- feeling. not help thinkmj, once a be holden on Wednesday
next for
fcrtl5'ments be continued until forbid,unless other I latter part of July, that the prices of cotton Magistrate-Take your warrant. i! the brie William Capt. Otis, from Boston :!- choosing a representative to complete dae'2
live with her it impossible By '
wiseonJe '*y. I ool had advanced much the Applicant I cannot ; is
beyond from this
"" and commlII3CfltiOnStothcL received the Advertiser & Patriot, of County.. 1 1 appears that the !! '
all lettert we .
The : on Bto :
post-ise pities of the we think they are n Editor niuitbc: paid, or they will no.rcce.Veattenion. ; 4th inst. in anticipation of yesterday's mail.It .- one precincts, made an reform*! ,1'--

danger of sinking below them. There is not your warrant. contains news from. Smyrna to the 29th Governor conceiving himself bound by:- ,

o ::: _- ---- -- ii'C believe, any great stock of manufactured i The applcant was about to detail some more :; An insurrection had taken place in Albania ter of the law, left the decision of the

: From the .ynl' York Gazette cf Ycderday.1PoL1'.NT roods or yarns in the hands of dealers ; and i! grievances when the door opened<<: "and a fe- Sept. in -ition to a levy of 8,000 men CounciL Mr. Bradford had received a fna -

: FROM: POHTLG.L.t the foreign markets are stated to be generall j male applicant entered" Oh dear exclaimed oppo be made in that country by the vote, according to the formal returns' 'dd-1ilJ '
ordered to
From the supplement to the LU'tnn Chronicle barely supplied. In Germany, it is said, yarns ; the injured husband. who retreated to the ; took place in conse- note to Mr. Brinsou who had a majority oft '

) (If the 15th October, the Port iiese offi- ire uncommonly scarce. It is much to be !!; other end ol the office, evidently much alarmed. j, Porte. A.i Arcvro-Castro engageent between the insurgent ing The return groin Smith precinct,offen .

wished that should soon settle at such j J quence at :: the matter again to the people. This propel '
the extracts prices
: translate following in which ;
cial we
, paper, received t moderate level as to admit of a renewal of'i; The Magistrate inquired what wrs the mat- :* and the government troops been iiccepted: and the friends of both '
from partis
r k being the latest news, confidence in their stability, and to put an endto tar \_" Nothing.: :' exclaimed the man, recovI 2000 of the former were cut to piece er king every exertion to secure soeceas. r--

here direr}. his breath II 1 thou ht it wa wife, j prisoner Th1 insurgents then dispersed. however, that the elective franchise ij
been at- a state of things which is not only exceed- I ering my '
If *4 The (Miguelitcs) h.ving; returned to Alexandria,
enemy ",. the city iigly t uncomfortable in tselt: but very prejudicial -j, who had found out where I wa come to, I : Mehemet Ah had I ought not to be rendered invalid by the L
driven from bt-: re in
i, lark", beaten the | to the interests of all parties dependent would not have her know of this forhe very much di-pleasrd with his reception neglect of any one, will give the latter n)
ff the lied, pursued by our brave ti ops, in t ; Crt'te-Thls i-land is threatened with civil I vantage, in as much as he has once received

I;,.! direction of Santarcm. This fun od retreat on the prosperity the cotton manufacture, world war. The Greek population are determined I I ty of legal voles over his compititor. We '

r of the rebels has cut eif their communications I, whether masters or work_people MORMONITE.Ve-do not protend to know not to submit to the rule ot Mehemet Ali, and |: a w mn and closely contested! election.!

with the fragments of their anm hich last to sell their i _
of the anxious for permission property
MRS. TROLLOPE'S B.1Z.1,4.RThe Cincin- the exact tenets and religious creed are I
bE''lcgd Oporto, with; the cit%- of Coim- i i.-larid. II We have: received no intelligence
1 year Aha and natti Mirror for November 2, contains a picture I :Mormonites, but vhatever they may be the I and leave I of OL.. 'J;
bra and all the province of Ik M arrival at Washington. We the
: regret
of the elected at Cincinnati i law;; should protect them if they do not injure
fortified of Almeida, building by fr :Mexico : and that
especially with the town LITEST FROM ))1F.xlo.-Dat m apprehend some serious accident '
\i have hundreds of rs-ms incarcerated the (arfamed'Irs.. Trollope, accompanied their neighbors. of the 20th him from Ida post ,
, (where they pt 12th of the 13th and from Fampico
t J "' The Missouri Republican, of the ,
.....ll l of by the following description Mrs. T. proposed -
thir depot The
and \\hirh was ( boon received at New Orleans. -
ge oil. bn\o
1.: ) mst. contains a letter from Orsan; Ilyilc, oU'} {
by means of this building, to reform the
" br :he stpp'.v' of their'forces the of du- TALLAHASSEEThe :
; warlike and other store in'Jacksun Government had suspended paper RACE
,t system of traffic, inc change the place and | of the leaders of the ) '';*; ,
: occupying a portion of that proinceand I of I': hiss and had seized the treasures of the Churches commenced
account sports on
the objects of commerce in that j counlwhich gives a di-tressing i tij
, T ra*o. -. I onteras. I She found [ the -'lirror.J that we were : the situation of affairs among that unhappy I and Convents, amounting to 100,000,000, I: sweepstake race for a purse of 3,500 dolli
t 44 So soon as the inhabitants of the provinceof taken I in the hdbit of transacting our affairs -' people.-From this lettei it appears that on I to pay the public debt. |: day was remarkably fine, and at an "arly ':"

t .; tremadiira perceived the direction in the central of the town.-of devoting :I the night of Oct. 31st, some forty or fifty of I I The Revolution was ended ; tbe rebels every Ix-carue evident that} the track would be' ,
H i bv the rtbcls! in their retreat, they immediately too much attention to pork flour corn the citizens of Jackson county, made an as- I where discomfited, and their leaders ban- !, with spectators. Cairiagts filled \\thla

1 I procured arm and \vith the most patriotic i Monnomte : and demolished I ished. :
and \\hi'kt'Y.! &c. and neglecting toytrin- ; sault upon the village tinned to arrive and take their position
the (
the Charier, ueen I .
enthusiasm proclaimed
of the
f ket, and tawdry finery, so much as to require twelve dwelling houses. SH\PE It.LCSTR.\TED.Ye the distance and starting post, while the
and I OF THE E \nTH
effort her reform such excessively Mormonites were taken a.ideverely beaten. plumes in the ladies stand showed that
\ to the
great on part earth's
the j: ,
Colonel Souza writes from Moleanos, under have likened the inequalities on ,
i bad ta-te. \Vith this \ icv the Bazaar On the following night, the attack was renew build- were assembled the beauty atd dbhioa: W
date of the 24th inst. that the inhabitantsof : Gilbert's :-urface ari-inj from mountainvalleys
J was erected, in a very retired part of the ed by the same mob, who broke open of country to participate in the exciting am
the city of Lc'ina and the people around and scattered their mg:=. &c. to the roughness on the rill an I
stoie goods
I Whitney's ,
town that the triumph which it was to give : At the colts .
the i -so with its mas*.- length nadetheirappearar. |
the hid) unanimously proclaimed compared general
: orange
country thr 'UL'h the streets. On Saturday night, unoi -
1ft '
her might be manifest and undoubted, ma'stjile o beautiful reJ sorrel of fine lora and w.
Icubaco also the j The :if free from a
At I' I
J lanfu! .iovenrnent. er assault was made but the :Mormons in the comparison quite !
I,; patriotic 1110\ ernent had taken place, and of architecture totally dissimilar to any The highest mountain known does; not ing appearance,-but Mary Smith, n finertft
s.inie hud their to :
t i .-hould j meantime: conveyed goods a placeI
other the it
at Purle de Muz on the 22d mst, in which latter building in country-so and themselves' for deI exceed five nines in perpendicular elevation! ; not unlike the celebrated! Polly Hopkins|
'jr. and -safety, prepared
"'t pace a Mini of money had been captjred} J have no competitors for our admiration : I I fence. They were tired by (he mob I II I this: is onlv one 1600th part of the earth's dl-I ny friends who barked her fnehGreat- ojraent
I calculated t for a kind of business of \ hich wenever upon
i I* which: belonged to the rebel. ', that her and returned the tire, by which two men were \ ameter ; consequently' on a globe of sixteen I pre'aieJ.The! purewasstake thela :)
: I
: ;' 4. C 01. ?uza conclude? his despatch with experienced be any nfCes- ) -to so be wounded. On Mondav, the nob hart inerea. I inches\ in j diameter sU'-h a mountain would b.- j that had ever bern run t for in the

I. the following words :-A courier whom I sent : succes xcuitely! might I acknowledged owmj The I! ed to between two and* three hundietl men, ( epresented by a protuberance of not mOl.f'I The track one of the btbt i ir. the LTuicJ 813

,..t. to Car*duos ve-terd.iyt has just returned, and I trout of the_ building to heropener as htre represented sagacity.: is U-: well armed, who called themselves the militia. I than one hundredth pnrt. of an inch, which i i- Thl'cume to toe post in ir-.nKl order, and

hr inform me tnat ntvrs had reached Lcr a They again attacked the settlement and bout! the thicknes ordinary drawing p.ipei.: I off hand.Lev; at the tap of the drum: TA
of it pom-
"ii Ken, in part, vacconiin t a discnption! I
'ft tint the CIt ot C(umra: and the \\holt' popuJ' I. prepared under the eve;o:. '.!JarcluteC't; from i Jed a deadly fire-sa:'s the writer-upon thei I Now as there is no entire continent, or even1! the leid: ; Mary Smith! d.) t: up ; anJFnnaJ

13tnn for miles around had risen in favor 01: I Il' ; extensive tract of lain], known. whose j ca.5and
I d rion uiI1veL1ieutstataarear. [
the of St. \thtr.ase in Egypt : it i i.. i settler A party oi( the Mormons return any very holding an _
mosques I I
the Queen. J J'j1 I rifty-two feet from the rluor of the basement the f tip', with a fatal( etFe t. Two or three ,-f,,, general elevation above the sa iany. thin; I .

*, ihc-e ocrurrences are positive proofthntjhr i t<> the ol' the battler.Kuts. and i formtd of the assailants fell, mortally wounded." i like half this quantity, it follows, that it"we I At the eLse of ,the two first miles, Fraual:
I top
:J: hour of the ent re redemption! of !I! three larjie windows with arches The writer, after this battle, left the s"ttl'- would -onitruct a correct model of our earth, I non made a brush, and ua'seil: hh Cfrr.though
haat h l armed. Wo already iew ;; arabesque with continents and mountains, on a i I I.lobe
> its seas,
'!! ment to wait the Governor to st.mllIf uk t
at t
supported by fo'ir Mo .n>h stoHe pila::tei ? : upon petition they were n ;!,
'-the ople-of their own accord and uithoui iI j I .' sixteen i inches in diameter i tho whole of j!
I' i for redress of h. The : ,.
with capitals, tt<1\H't-n which are m-trted a t '\ i-ue I i, kept it with ea ;e to the -Iernhiaa1Iun I)f lixl
: -the Hid avowed foioe-di-pby! their pat- : the with of few prornin- .
I ot nn of the i is stated." land the exception a ,' '
': large and beautilul! wrought free stone urna- J application not ; Bets two tll one on Francis )I.H'l.'U at tf
' ri..1t..m. tideiit and true sentll (,nt-. ,I would be comprised on i
wall t Among the killed it is said are two lawyer-, point.and ridges, : aia i the! in tine condti-
: melitthe whule! stirnit'unteii by a r- } they w .re ii::_ at po>t
1' Tlc rebels only! hold the ground .he% I it Ithin the thickness: of thin writing! paper ; ]!,
II. L. lireazie and Mr. Hicks. ,
;: imnited in Gothic baltKuients, each of which J i drum tappe.l : and they were nr-Mary be
ir?;ad upon and will soon be expelled from ;: and the highest hill would be presented by thl'J\
, I It is a ciuel and wanton attack these : : nltt'I
i supports atone sphere. upon I | the lead : Vtto in:!Je n brush at !'ier
" i that, and tho-e who areo torlunate: a- tos- i I smallest! visible grains of sand.-[Sir J Herachel j
and State inteifere :
Over the basement is entered -ettlers: the must t to protect I Wretch and her : Francisclo :
story a room i 1)3ed en-Uy
their iud I'i j
: will go and bury opprobrium I .\ '. i
i' frum thirdtreet of them.-[N. Y. Evening Star. on tronom. \ first mile! FtMarion
:*' in Jon inn: lauds, losing tor ever a claim ;, by two ('il ul.u flights tune I e up : at the close of the : ..
IC steps OX feet in length anti 33 in width, having ; totik tiit! f *'r. nu-I I llaIn:
Ai to ihir own Country which thfty devastated toI ; TREASURY FTS.on3ulerable The Bank of the United States has at length I rae: pbv,

\ ddu r up to the usurper." ; two rows of done column. running;: 'from is afloat DR.relative\ to tiio cau-e of speculation withdrawing ? -- spoken and in a way, that will command at- !'!! it u* the cio-e; of rie: heat, v... nranafl; !

i I trout to rear supporting elliptic! arches. lhi:, I tention. \\ e hope the length of its exposition 'f c.ntHb: itl: slioutinir: an.! tuzz.s greetcI :

.4 I' FROM ..I -gN4.Iht the brit: Mer".c.t: f _rOOm_I_ _,4 U'UC....__tntortfjocl.J_. to l>o **rrrerrIatcJ to tho Hanicfiit th ii.i $500,000, tk... .I'.n.-draft.i.t> on tt\ the t\\t\U.U.*States..l. ..r I!; Will UOl Utii. I.._'.. 1. ,. I .._l___ .I ..._iu.t J l.tti. l'r116'I.Hjm.. _
received tilt JVUlUu1 .America. It that in I interest 111 the question! from carefully i The
g .c: pt"fleh, we have i The rooms at the south termination of this mt. appear 1829, the any I rnt.Vuinn enieruiir; ti.ts promsmgj'I
of the 29th Sept. Treasury had a secret understanding with theI !! examining it. the
; de : ) rna ; into I competitors lor ue in racing a
: hall portico the columnsof
Ii. j A puriion of Albania has 'been, agitated by J, which open were a intended tetni-tyle: to be modelled, after I I Bank, thtt the latter should pay oo drafts or..i It takes up the whole argument from the | during the whole of this interesting contest

internal% di ,'ord. A of SOOO men had \\ arrant but those which ; beginning, answering and refuting, one by one and
levy I II those in\ the temple of Apollinopopoli. at Etfon j were on a privatelist .I i tamed a I decree.. of composure; chivalrotfj
,1! 'bet-n ordered to be made in that couutiy by j! as exhibited in Denon's. Egvpt but they havenecr furnished each day by the Treasury Department. I the allegations in the President's paper read to ( rxirtnieisr, winch wa remarked am! appnwdj

". the P<-rte. The inhabitants resolved top- j been finished. entablature The object was doubtless to n eet the Cabinet ; and which are repeated without | every one pretfltand when Cof. Pittaiasl

I l' -poto ihis nu-asure a fornlile resistance ; ancnjaaeni'Mit l )Jormiti a kind They of attic support:story an of :sufficient the strict appropriations by law ; but this arrangement 'I I 1 any additional: proof the late Message, and invited to the judges stand: tl) &e._* the '

took plac in c nsequence nt Ar- j ": has! been violated by the four b ill in Mr. 'Fancy's icport. .
: Mght to admit of its being ned for bedchambers : I 1: pursevita: its coiei.ts of 3,50"),
gvro-i 'astro botwren the insurants and the ;, : 1 his is surmounted; : rotundatwenty : million cheeks on the pet banks, and the K. !! \\ e ar- two much pressed for room to he ; to the rider of victorious; Hitle Francis I Ii

I 'i Juvfrnmont troop*, in wat.h 2000 of the former ; eight- feet diameter, and eignteen by a feet C. have probably countermanded: them! from j jdiscovering i able to enter into any extended analysis of i i on ; the Presidewt tendcrinir} a giabS of

t wi-re cut to pieces or made prisoners.- the illegality of the order, and the this masterly Report from the Bank. \Ve I "
M saiJ Our !
m height to the cornice, and twenty-lour to the. I ,- re-peers to Col. lVtmanforthfj
: The insurant!* then dispersed.rcount i troubled condition into hich their whole !. will therefore barely enumerate some of the "
oi the curvilinear root which; intended I tlcmanty! and like in
: top on was sjMirisinan manner
: ,\ from ( 'nndi;) represent: that, nnle speculations have brought them.-[Evening ;j points which: it establishes conclusive!) "
be he has conducted !.im"di tlei
to placed as an ornament a large througnuul
-s som' powerful intervention -hull take Star. | Firt, That the origin of the hostility to the ,

place, the i-lnnd must becon-e the theatre (,t f, Tuikibb ('f" cellt. I Bank of the present dynasty, dates from anuccesstul '* for this !!f't.'at"l! :) TikeVeto ; *-."
Over the principal room appropriated to I! selected the best colt! from the'
determined : as
civil war. Thi' Greek population P re MORALS OF TilE DAI"-A young nobleman ; u..- attempt to possess themselves, :
l'' not to submit to the rule -Mehemet sale (If goods, is a ball room of the same dimensions. of high fashion, about to enter into the main j jmonial for political purposes, of its contt 01. i j! stock in Souti Carolina; '. and f'r It'ooJanJ:

All, and a <1 If pntation has!' b.-cnent to the in the real of which arc supper and 'I i estate was expressing! the other (''ay, Second, That the removal of the Deposites i!' nee, is a colt: ol no ordinary promise.

I Kncbeb: ) and French a'jiiiirls, desirinj: their : \\nhJr1Ing rooms, &c. I to au eminent member of Crockibrd's; his apprehension ;: is an act of vengeance, arrising from disappointment. |, Smith had distinguished herself l at Nashvi,
.mi.--iou for them, The de oration of this room were ?o numer- I' racer tf the first order beat several: !
internes-ion to obtain' pf ( of the length and seclusion ot the [ ; having
"tI sell their our th-Jt after the building p.\" se'ci| froii the 1 I .I, colts and horses in Ten and three tb)1
of .
(toni the (jovernment Kjpt. to h"ney moon.i Ho-v the duce, exclaimed Third, That the removal is a breach of con >*ce,

1 properly Iud leave the Island.Meheinct hands of its original;: proprietor the greatest his lordship," arfwe to get through: the tract, with the Bank, and consequently a viola er the sweepstakes. here<<:, won the}lCkcycIu ,

L:. All hud return*,d Alexandria, pm ol them were obliterated. There are still time r' Make your wile play, ECART-E with tion of its rights. !! of 400, dollars ; three mile: heats, beating;

Very nmh disgusted i with his reception in however on tne wall-, inuny specimens of the : you," replied the man of the world, ** and I II Fourth, Tint the President of the United /j,i ebrated Delila-1500, dollars was oficrcd ii

I Crete. It i is: -aid that he intends ii.akmg a tall nt< of )Ir. Hnrvieu. but they are bv no I win Mil her iirst year's: pin-money. You: will : States, who did in f fact order the removal, not <;|: and rtfuzed.-\Ve may therefore come tol11(

i tour mt l.'pper Egvpt, either to examine per- means cqnalto ?ome other specimens left by have the most subiiis-ive. wife in London." '< only is not authorized, but i is, by he clearest i i I elusion that Francis Manna is destined tone I

sonallv the situation of his dniiiinion which : him among; us. i ilt I I II implication, forbidden, to interfere at all in the !' of the first race burses of his (fay- \ \

are threatened with famine in const'quence oilh' -w(1I be reac'ily imagined that the builder :I GEN. PUTNAM.! -louring the war in Canada matter.- j beautiful l chestnut rcll!, all tour legs wlnte} ,

: failure of the overflow) of the Nile, or in 'J of be this fabric tailed t'uur.IJ in her project. i I I between the Irnrh and Engli-b, when i Fifth, The application of the Baik for a rc- i! tie above the past urn, of remarkably
bold to the mechanic.- inpa'lOellt
.. order to haten; the preparation- an expe.dil.on : :i "en. Amherst was marching across the coun- 1 chute, in.-ted of being, a*; is alleged by the Nine and muscle, and of great ability to
: of their claims !
"' Against V e rebels ot Dgtdda, who have has and we are informed try to Canada, tht, army coding to one of President, tl) embara&:-- him was made at his : weight, and both speed and L.ttom,5OO,,

(-t, taki-n s-vcral vessels in Red i ea. aridcontin.i j lately been purchased by the Lafayette the I likes which they were obliged tn pas: repeated invitation. the
lars otfered tr him immediately after
lie II, interrupt the communication with Mocbi. : j Lodge of Free :Mason-, by whom it \* to be found ttie h rench had an armed vessel of 12 Sixth. That the accusation the bank : was ;
; used as a Masonic Hull; for which against Sfcondday.-Jockey Club! purse, 200,
I The resolved lessen the purpoeitappears I
t Viceroy has to j jnurnbi guns upon it. The General was in great distress | of having increased discounts
ol his officers, and has already -: to be more suitable than that fur which : his bcutsH're I for the pur- : one imle ht']ts. For the mile heals to day, .
r European ] ; : no match lor her, and of
poe: extending its influence is
: it wa.- originally designed.TnAIEs' I dispro- i four entries: Gen Andrew Jackson, Racbad ,
in all de-
l reduced their romp-nsation, I she alo e was capable of sinking his whole army ved. 'I
it. I that of the Navy. the in hI h j son, Virginia Hanwell, and Gold Finder; &
partiwnt except in situatioi \\ it wa placed. Seventh That the claim
The inhabitants of Syria coutinue to suffer POLICE.-4tA DISAGREEABLE FART, General Putnam came to him and said"Gen- I damages on : the reputation nt the competitor;, a close

and Ibraham ; NER."-A middle aged, balu-headed man, with the French bill i is justifiable, and in strict conformity was cpeckd-bm when they came to tht. .
2 from the oppression!' eiaction.s of : ; ral, that .hip mu>i bf t.skeri.-"' Av .says : ;

a PacliH. He id laboring to intiodu e among i a most woeful countenance, applied to the :!; Amherst, "I wou d give the world if she with the inexorable practice of the it was orwious-th' old! General was. 'in b3d

them the same svstem ot civil and military magistrate for a warrant agam-t. his wife, who i'I I: was taken." I wil tike her, says| Putnam. Government in like circ irnstanccs towards ;;i and in no condition to increase his w.;llf
he said had broken bis head and his of '
I gov'rnmc'nt'hlf.b prevails in Eg%pt. mind and him peace Amherst: -iniled aid asked how' '{ Give me individuals ; and that, moreover the Bank of- i reputation.-Virginia Hartwell soon ubtiJj
was tormenting out of his life.
'Ihi-M' papers contain nothing of importance *. Please worship," said the some wedges, a btetle (a lar:,:e wooden hammer .I fared hu't was not permitted to collect this j !lead, and sho.yetlthn she was going to "cdt
( from CooMai-tinople, in addition to what ha? your applicant, j or mallet used tor driving the back stretch both,
wedges) and bill which good carnes :-on
; j the
: it's the misfortune of my life to have a disagreeable -J I. by course possibility of claiming t
hu'n derived from other sources.-| Boston few of
t : who does i a men my ovn ehoi' rst couid drew and Rachael made a severe press;
partner any thing but damages would have been obviated.\
Fu1.iot. not conceive how ilrmp.d'cssd the
in was to betaken running was fine until reached
make She is very they
me happy. constantly abusing Eighth, Thit in the
and by foUl or rite men, a beetle and wedges postponement of the ter stretch, when old) Hickory finding! it
and I shall
beating me not have
Stale of Trade in Manchester, England. says a I However Putnam's payment of the Three Cents the Bank
hegranted per acted -
request. do abandoned the Rachael
bit of peace in this world. Oh Lord, contest to ,
The aruval in Chtrlcfcton of the british brig worship,*' said the hapless Benedict your I When night came ?utnaiu, with his materials wrh the full approbation of the Government within his distance.Virginia Hartwell cafl)

ift N fit nJ, brings Liverpool dates to the 27th Oc heavinga and men, stole in boat
i a under the yesset's for the general good, and not from cleerlaheadall .
article which long drawn sigh, "you don't know how unhappy any cooled off excepts,
tober. The following we extract -
stern, and instant drove
fioni the Charleston Courier, the I am." in ui in the wedges inability to nay on its part ; and that the previous al A. Jackson : Virginia Hartwell taking tJ
U among: behind the rudder in the little he
Magistrate -Well what has she done cavity negociation by the Bank Rachael Jacksoc dead set at ....
.t. I foreign items brought! by that vessel, confirms to you? teen the rudder and ship and ieft her.-In lespecting the making

I1 the -tateme.nt we made in our last paper, of Applicant-Pleasw your worship. I am a I the morning the sifs were seen fluttering a- Three per Cent held in Europe, actually ros- for about three quarters of a mite the.1

the .' )tttn trade in England: and supports: the man who has to be out a great deal on business bout shas a-irif!! in the middle of the J lak- ultod in an earlier and mOl e complete extinguishment the top of their speed. When Rachael _
and when 1 comes home 1 generally! finds in takingthe lead and the heat by 2-*?
ion we then expressed. won
opi and being p.e; .:;ciitiy blow., ashore, she was of that debt than could otherwise
k (From the Manehuter Guardian] her inebriated, jour woisbip, with a novel and I easily tukeq. have been or two, Gen. A. Jackson droping within

STATE OF TRADE IN M.4.NCHE8TER.The a gin-bottle, b.-lore her, and if I sajs, "J ulia, nccomplished.nd., tance, and Gold Finder behind the poles;- .

cotton yarn and goods markets arc in arc- my dear, go to bed," Jihe gels; up and beats me OUTRAGES.-n-e understand. that in fracas Finally, That all the allegations respecting of both the fillies firm : Racharf took the

ion and in with a stick, and say* no husband shall rule a the exclusion of Government Directors from J
of prices the
f rnurkable state dcpre l' ; ( which took place on Tuesday night, at heat was run at the top of tbeirsj' I
each ure reduced! very much indeed fiom what uvcrber. On Sunday moinmg, your worship, house in the louerpart of the city', Mr. Francis the leading Committees of the board, the ory behind the poles. .f

; were current three month. ago. "ihe continual she! threw a cup of tea in my lace, because I Early from Greensboro', was stubbed by a abuse of right in giving to committees the : Third day.-For the purse of 250,

t absence of demand for the raw material in said it was'nt sweet enough ; and she said if Mr. Wooten and so dangerously wounded privilege of purchasing discounting Bills of mile beats : Antelope bad the lead '
I at borne all she would
;(! i.iv rpool$ excites general surprise, and can, stayed day torment that but little hopes are entertained ot his re- Exchange &c. and the of quickly taken by Miss. Arne Hampton:"
life expenditure !
out to her I went all large
accounted for the my so please out day,
we only be by cover We have beard Slfltl
appichend ) not all the particularsof for and John Sykes-close with her: ..2'a
large number of factories and when I came home she uwat me with my2lon'lIi political purposes are totally false, of
circumstance that n very th- affair-Mr. I leun
Early we convenient takeaan ge
: cricket-bat four inches wide cume to so far motive position to ,
discontinued altogether : just and as is concerned and
either working town busmen ; mbrepre-
have on :: and was nwcJa
accidentally m the stances-the heat was closely co ;
two inches tbic .
or are working very short time. In ( company of the other ented, so far as facts are distorted to give I
party.Ir.. ttooten a sidering the heaviness of the irackn1Sgood .1
_ ,
the market for and Hut why do bear all this: so patiently colorable
yarns you
'tu.1ll'state alterJUn examination plea to
th( :!( boore! a magistrate, was charges. time-tl e second heat all came.guod .
thin i* a course which prudence \'i- -Oh dear, your worship! she would yest.-rd. committed to where he Again
_ good 1J jail now LJ. we urge, that the paper should be took the
spirits-Antelope ledW'j
thinking me it i offered to touch her. Do know
Iv' dictates ; yet we ('Ul1n 't help you Another unfortunate, affair of
ou a somewhat calmly and
Sit that dispassionately read ; and then lethe Sykes made a hard struggle to, disP8j
t the sort of aantc which has been wunnss- one night me sleep on thQ similar character, took place the J It.
same eight country pass judgemcnU- Anaerican. ;: for about,. a mile, when ?JIZAic .


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.r r"1'j' ;.
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0' -

\a.. : made a bad start, came' ttftult s adea1If :[deem it 'our duly to mate tho .

unacy it would not do,she had : following pre 8ubj!ct of remark It hoover is 1 tn received her last
but instructions
jnsued, entments :-\V eave upon -wnv I ; drawing a rToff 1,000; bags weelu This the
co no preentnwnts to n iUiinS aid iti it about i >r u CODS*
Jttttf wcover lost ground ; AntelopeJrUsbtd make the Alaooma'qUf1rion? from tier finguer she said-"To mornuv I shall :
toO hard to John Sykes and I against any individual, for_oflences against It is assuredly one of the most important subjects i be no more: I kno\v well the fate which waits quence of it* bejn'1uqd imnos-jbJe 10 "d.
length : ; :
wok t bv about a distance the friends ofir.siAIne :I the laws, as in. all cases wi.hin. connected with our domestic affairs,involves principles me : it would endanger you without saving me. vanre the price of Cottoti Ocxxfoi many descriptions
the ;
tbeda cr"within The I knowledge I when there haa been nur of aa high import, and may produce consequences Do not therefore, I pray you, come to the Tribunal of'which may be bought nearly a'
did not lose their confidence. I any violation.1 as momentous as any subject which has but accept thai as tlie last testimony of my low as they could a year_ ago. ETCH at the
the top of their steam, thedoubtfuI I. prosecutions, have appeared. tte been agitated since the comm.encc'ment of the regard." Her defence herself reduced
was up to I are of opiniOn government I composed by the present prices, there i is not the I lea$
1frd }heat between Miss. Arne & Antelope, : that the public jail of this place is -and yet not a word Everv one was night before the trial, is one of the most eloquentand disposition to purchaseCotton, our spinner*
made on tiptoe,-from the commencement the end of touching monuments of the Revolution. Her.
** show her bottom, : wholly insufficient for the now express their of
tl expectation
5la ttv began friends 1 safe keeping of prisOners the speech,-to hear what was the doctrine of the answers to the interrogatories to the judges the : prices falling
,rltC hard Krush fir the lead, for a moment her and the condign of it is such, that the Message on this point. But, it spoke not. As to dignity of her manner, the beauty of her figure, I to. their former currency, and whilat. they ,are

clarnerous-but it would not do, Miss. Ame health I of prisoners, must b" the Bank, there is, perhaps, no more of vindictiveness melted even the Revolutionary audience with pity. enabled to keep out of our market as they

,.cre were both made of mettal l whichad dV e would inevitably injur in the Message than might: have been expect Finding they could implicate her in no other way have done for several weeks nothing can,prevent

Antelope The thing was up, Miss. Ame recommend to our authorities ed. You not only' hear of what has been done a- the Presidentfasked her if she was acquainted with our prices from going down. Our imports '

,OUIJ WtielJ. provide for the erection of a new one, on a gainst the Bank, but what would have been done the place of her husband's retreat? She replied, have been much increased iu consequence

out h3rd ahead. different plan, and in a against it, if its charter had not been drawing to Whether she knew it or not, she would nol reveal of the advanced prices, whilst our
,3Thl fourth day.-Purse -100, dollars, three milebeats or location. The more eligible situation, a terminat gn. Surely this is carrying p'l" onft1 it, and that there was no law by which she Mock it will be observed,* b not materially

brv. Smith, again made her appearance law regulating Patrols and hostility to the sticking point. The scire facia I was oblirred in a court of justice, to violate the less than it was
celebrated Delila, by her side, and Gold 1 defining their duties, we believe to be efficient paragraph caused a pretty general smile, however stroniresi feelings of nature..' Upon this she was d a year ago, having accumulate -
2uJ the throughout the House. Much condemned. very grtatly, owing to -the small quantity
friends who would be but we s e.n i anxiety is felt for immediately When -the reading of
FI 1 c r who had not many the great want of duty in I the coming forth ol the promised expose as tn the her sentence concluded, she roe sand said, You taken out of the market. Import of Cotton

hardy as to risk their gold on him. Delila lead, Magistrates in infmcing it, and take this i removal of the deposites. The fashionable party judge me worthy to share the fate of the great into Liverpool from 1st January to the 25th

60 t'f'Y Smith soon showed her that she had hard opportunity to remind them that this important giving season has scarcely yet commenced. We men you have assassinated. I shail" ndea\'o to Oct. 1832 and 1833 :

o. do the heat was beautifully contested : duty should not be ii.glected.-We' : understand an unusual quantity of party spirit is imitate their firmness on the scaffold." Sfifi regained 1832. 1833.

work Mary Smith taking it cleverly. Gold.r'.r whether l r know not to prevail among-t.the pound cake, ice creams, &, her prison with an_elastic! step and beaming American. 515.95156.3Uf
thUout 0distJDCCJ.; Second heat they both went. our are defective, or whether it jellies, of the ensuing winter. eye. Her '> hole soul appeared absorbed in Brazil, 96,674 1 a.541 .
I is owing to the want of their the heroic feelings ,with which she was animated.She .
of their speed ; and maintained it to proper and rigid East India, 23,970 36,319
he top WASHINGTON Dec was to the scaffold in the
t enforcement, that 5, 1833. conveyed sane
tba oJ; both these heats were run in excellent. our high-wsjs and brides, Everything in this quarter looks bright. Depend car with a mmVhOSe firmness.was not. equal to Other sorts, 37.947 lO'7.$2
raining all day. are, and continue to be in such miserable 1 it the her While _ .
the track very heavy, con- upon chains which seemed so rapidly own. passing"aoIig! the streets, .ier
tllne: day_Proprietors purse, 300, dols handy dition, but we know it i is owing to one or the enclosing U:, will be hm en. The independent whole anxiety apj>eared to he to support his coiriire. 704.642 7*6, -90Inorease
FifL and hiirli minded men of (he South She did thb iih .much and
entered, but Miss Virginia Hart- other of these causes, and we advert it I are ileteruiin \ sti simplicity -
five were General A. evil to as ed to disappoint the hopes of those who intended I I eftect, that she frequently bion M a smile on the of 1833, 22,448 bars
vll did not make her appearance. I an can and ought to. be corrected.- that the Represent* of the people should VOIP I hps, wbio! woo n..%t., t4. |>c-iu at
1 ,Pi!m came up in much better spirits, and his \Ve recommend our mumliora in Council, to at the word ot"command.. For three days thtRegency -I execution she bowed belbre( the trig ntic statue of Liverpool1H32. -

J, "'1 wove C(1(1Ut ; but he had llaclJacl i I provide a law, extending the times of the I have struggled t-> force \Ir. Moofe into I Liberty, and pronounced memorable! words, 1833.
Jtr a/T3in to contend with : and Miss. Ame I parlor Courts in Su- the House of Ueprl'SfUt'ui\'es, as one of the party. 'Oi! Liberty' lum.tuny. crimes are commuted in ,. 185,000 162,500 #
JaCKtbereTo make an overture-all three beats I this County, to two weeks. I In the course of the Jeb.ue this tnoruinir, Mr. Ar- your name I IVuen they arrived at the foot ofthe Brazil, 38,500 44,500

contested, Miss. Arne was continually I I There is also another matter to which wemust cher, of Virginia, appealed to the no.d M>nse and scafiold( she hail generosity to renounce, East India, 9,500 20,000

handsomely brushes al him, but old Hickory refer, although in the opinion of patriotism of Congress, not to sutfer the considerations m I favour of her companions, theprivilegeof bdng! Egyptian, 12,000 J.OOO
Dla1ing I it is not many of pa r t. to Control the voice of just Ht- rirst executed. Ascend first,' said: she, 'let me Other sorte, 2,000 J ,QOO
three I strait bents inS'bsl legitimately within
-he took i I th- of ollrofficial declared tlat: tv.nlhe had least the
binisflf again I M-ope tiie: honour to hold) hjs at span you pain of seeing my blotutHow. I'
of winch, lo turn the tables, Rachael was I duties, yet we cannot under existing eU, he would iesi-1 all fHons of the character ." Turning lo the executioner she asked if a

disuJccJ.! 2;J *ucn was *her chagrin' ihat she ran I I circumstances, neglect the present fttvor.ibie now sought to be madr. Mr. \\'a'ncof Giorgia ite would consent to that arrangement ; he replied, 247,000 229,000 ,
: and fell-the welkin with I occasion held tlie! sa lIe: Ia ug'ige. Thosevi.o i seemed That his orders were, that 'he should die the first.. S
rung : for .
boy tlr
(ftr a heedless expression of our senti- to have no mind hui to ot'y ord"r'.. aihr a fruit- -* You cannot, said she with a smile. 'I am sure Total decrease of 1833, 18,000 :bags/

L nuts mJ huzz'i 1ur "OU Hickory" there is no merits ; For many years the laws of the Territory IdS strujrirle, persuatk-d I Mr.. Mo-i.f no longer to refuse a woman her list request ;' Undismayed Turpentine 10s. f> 12s. 6d. ; Quercitroa

hnrsein these parts like him- \UI.i thus ended hare required the payment of a Territorial I press his cmlt-nmts bei) >re lite! House, but to send by the sp| :Ctacle which immediately ensued, she Bark 8s. 6d. to 9s. 6d. cwt. Tar 1&
them lo a committee to a mri i sr.ite of t l facts.Theoih : calmly bent her head under the gullotine ; and per
ourraccs>- Tax and have barrel I It
The Balls! wore fully attended -The arrangements authorized tho local author- t Kentt.ckv disti-t. ijt-retor: ; remains for; I 'ensued Wilt the sereniu. she had evinced ever

creniaJe in Captain B-ami's hcit t style. Hies, of the respective counties to impose other the present unrepresented 'II i Coujre, A horr l since her imprisonment. | A1I the accounts respecting Cotton are

table: wns decorited in the most taxes, sufficient to meet their ex- lime will di>coicv! .._ $"t.rlr. Lrtch 'Ir Mr. : Madame Knbnd hau predicted that her husband quite unl \oraL.le. The P. S. eta letter from
The ladies supper necessary Moore is enL tled to the ;,hv.: S..IJTe' of the most : would nol lonofVurvive her. Her prophecy was
fit-not maaujr.-li lookedlike the gi nr- rHlIs scenery pcnces. The Cnu-ity of Jackson among the tlr\otcd collar men in Coi'trre! s ''MI, t fr-cu tile old Mwedily ttilt ilted. He a few tlays afterward, was a respectable house, dated Oct. 30th, evening

in eastern tale, while thc more substantial, till)' most wealthy& populous in the territory, has of federal( party, having rf.'f'IIbll! a5i:! 'i!tt-ir; e.irly I found dead on the road between Pansand Rouen ; say.-,--" Totton istill getting worse. The

nol\csI inkling fare at the other table, gave assur. course been heavily taxed, and her citizens a-sociations m order to rna t up| lor hist imif. and i lie had btabl>ec himself in thai situati-.m, that he sales to-d.-.y are but.400 t bales, and lo,vcr prices .
had been ( required acquire the chnrxcter of t uiwuiahfied devoti >n. All .night not by the situation in which his body was
aliCe! that the p'ntleinen neil lorgotJen.; ,I to pay annually an enormouCounty tney ask for are directions' -?it) reasons why a rut-a- t found, betray ihe irenerou friend--I who bad she-! I have been accepted than at nny time bet

The, gjDfiiijT halt was bnllinntly! : : Iii&l!! l and waslasiefnllvornamented tax, more tnan sufficient to meet the cunent sure is to be adopted are ;'\ v.'{-" s2iifu direct t'-red! him in hi* nu>!Jortunes. In his p'cket was .t.fonmce th? de< line commenced. \Ye have

: with I t i flowers i*. evergreens.The expenses jf t the County, notwitlistiudjn.irsuc'li mij maste, s." t-oiiiained a letter in thee tums :-'\\h(1e\.l'1 you I seen had times in Cotton before, but never
* \(votaries of gaiety and fashion were highly yet ; Mr, Calhoun; gave notice tins rnonimir in tl.eSennit :. ::"e oli passenger who discovered m'.v body: re-
and everything passed oil in harmony i.-> the fact, although her citiz-ns have: -, that tie would Monday fit \: .IS 11111. I't-ci! the remains nt: the unf<)rtunate They are I any thing wor-c than the present.. The trade
; mtified
and Id fcc':::'!. been punctual m the payment of all Mich exactions dersto him, introduce a l.iw to'in t'jj; i.:e t'nrr*' i ;!:iobe of a man who consecrenled his whole life to I'' appear determined to grind us to the dust, and .

b'Jt our county Treasury is insolvent and Bill. He remarked afterwards, thai if ir-t- tr.>vrrn- I !.'" ireful to Ilk country ; who} died as he hath liv- I they have succeeded tar beyond what could

. \\MLU1MSSLEJOCKEY CLUB RACES.Ummenced 'nrenrere! willing to give f peace to i- >, ut-, &i i, ",nUIIJunsull..l. May myfiIli, v citienseiiibr t have been e.xpeeled, nod still are unsatisfid."J
we can find no evidence thct the Territorial l.iw be sentiments; fear but ii-
must expunged! from ttlt'j 'uti hm-k. ;>"-e more human ; not I
1 11S33.
Tuesday: December 1 7th Ed.
-jti Jour.
Tax has -ver been paid by the collecting officer Whatever may: have been thongM' oi -is: iiidr.,- dl1IIllll.n! made me quit my retreat when heard f Com.

1 into the Treasury.. Under this du.ii; whatever errors m.iy have crej/l i.,: i his pub :>I f the murder of my wife. I loathed a world I A LI'erpuolletter of Oct. 2Sth says, too

l'IRST.DH-\ sweepstake for three year state o' lic. course, depend upon it tie l. ves his country- and tained wiU.: so many crime" I accounts from Manchester speak of low prices
thiii"--;, \\ C can recommend nothing better than its institution*. One might almost wis;, xJirit v\e The respect wt pay to wealth absorbs the re-
I o1 '- $1000:; entrance, h. t i:, three mile heats ; both in Yarns and Goods.
the abolition of the Territorial Treasury, and were oUnce atrain assailed h.a toreiirn foe ; tfiete-t prcl we should pay to genius. Literary men
jfnesul'scub' } ,T one dead] one firfrit.Col. would] then be t furnisheil wherrby patriots 1lI1!;.; h"nut \With u* any fixed and settled position afi I LONDON, OCT. 29.Consols tor ao
the enactment of such laws will)
as enable
J. J. p'ltmllIs'rh.' c. Frtrwl'Inrion, the be tried. \\ ho do you think would '2k ntst ip men of loiters. In the great j irse of tumours count 87 1.2 a 87 3.4
!local authorities of,each county to collect h'Taxation > the outer Iattleneiittr.' Cnuioun ilr :Mi. V ui is.-i.c to t fall to their share. We may say truly I '
bl.qnel.tlil. ir A rcl', Extract letter received in this dated
k r Longs1 ; by 11C of a ,city,
Burl'll11" would last dollar with a certain political eenneniist.V. best
such sums a. may be spend 1.13 and la>t pay
OJ'1 C. ?pr--.vls'J s. c. Veto, by Crusader, necessary to drop lor its defence ? l-i. those who destroy us-generals! : 2d, those t u LIVERPOOL, OUT. 30.-The Cotton

dasn by Yo in'; Lottery, 2--:jWllh defray its own cxpcn.cs. We beg leave to. ,vlr. Clay gave notice also, to day, of las: intention \vJi: cheat us-politicians and quacks ; 3d, those. I market is in a wretched state here, and I heard
call the attention our members of the Council to introduce a hill rel.ithe lo .1 tie public: lands. wb. amuse us-sill ers and musicians ; and I least b. t f.: Smith } uho Manchester'market
is Mary by SirltbarJ I porson nay, attended the
.. .. ,' r'm f.rVloV" noJnLys virtue in I
vv "? "' .n.-nl !YiWTi flits Tue question a stale tlepends exactly on the proper
Time-oui. 2;>..-oin. z I S.- rack nr .vy, close these a prostration of business, as was exhibited

\ cannot presentments \\ithour' relative W the Uho'ie IS'MU tsenau'r has been distribution of puhic: rewards. "I am nothing j

: svia* rained, and a little over a wile,-both adverting to the arduous duties required in ,ndn a resohrtion introduced by \j r. \\ right ; le- here," said one of the most eminent men of science -I there in Cotton Goods and Yarns-tha
J ferretf to a select Coni.'iKU tof wt icn 1 believeMr. this ever produced .' I forced I latter .
: eats; taken lilt easc. the of this Pi-. country ; am to were ofieun at prices only 1.4 per lov
bo by Judge
law to performed
I Poindrxtcr H crriiimun, and Mr. .\ n jnl auember. go abroad someiinies to preserve nv.. self-esteem."
SECOND-DAY.-Jochoy Club Purse $200- trirt, and the inadequacy of his compensation : : fie MX-ICI :jionu in issue :.> t, is. Buhcer','* England.A higher than in the spring, without finding bujr-

nc mile hrats, entrance $10.1 \Yc arc fully aware tint: unless thy salary i-; tiie Legislature i ,.r! 1 Kmnie l-laid: li i ei_'&! eX.i'I-1 J crs. Only a low hundred bags were sold here

n. (;i. Hicks' .. f. Hachd Jackson, four increased, or the duties lessened, we cannot I I ure tie firto ai i:;,' Mu' ,!' Mi. ,(.'I.;>!J.o Y ,s> JPpl.tClt.| Panther of good size bas been resent!) yesterday. Fair qualities of Uplands at about
t-d ; if so, tlien t be AIU unqLVbiiunjbi retain ins ('Juht in Hanover, in this state. It t*
karsold, by Conqucinr, dam by Sir Arthur, i expect much longer to retain the present incumbent I eat.--lb. he is not a native of this supposed and 8 1.2 still ; but difficult of sale-the low.

. )/bs.! ; 211Col. whose loss know would be rountry. I er qualifies of American Cottons are within
we deeply as an animal ot this sort, then quite vouiiir, a
R. Smiths'b.I f. Virginia Harhvell, 3 deplored by the whole community.( Fracai mx>nir tkf Liverpool Blacklegs.-During few mouths -ince escaped from a Caravan tra- I Id per lb. of ihe prices of April."

am! aitt r tilt tile rarec um places in ihe town I _.. .____ ___
cars oU \ Sir Hirhnrd duin -- -- 1
[ >j by GonqucnT. In conclusion beg leave to tender to his ol Liverpool \ ere tor Lie; gcniemaily! p 's- veiling iu the vicinit) Since his residence I =
3lbs. 1 2 I'rann.vajoi the of Hanover he ha- t R t CEiy l)-'Yh. f how in are the
U'.uoi Judge Cameron our entire approbation I time of card-, dinand I l. other t.i: iionable: gainer :inloIIz, : good people I t DJkJH7.VG (.*-r s ..f iheNEW-YOKK CONSO? .
J. P. Ijoolhi' b. h. G'uer.,1u rcw of his official conduct. U'e also tender our One fit' thrM.-! ;! d t'niiu'! :l S.'I' CI, wa a certaine'ti I he. n frequs-ntU' se"'ii. and hunted, hut with no I LID TED LOTT,:rrY. Extra Class! No. 37. .
t old I >h=|lIm"I.r, not in Claytou Mju.ire. liere conriT I snores*, un il la-t week ; he was then taken
srkson, 7 years ( by Timoleon, dam] by J thanks Mr.) \V.lkcr the Dictriet 57,- 5,-33 -2S _66 _16 _40 -
present I! :* it. t\ -i I nJd inouev to li'seaiid those alive in the following manner ;-A tu'mer.. -J .
hip, Jut s. 3-3-dist. for the and efficient jijd I need I of other I people's sovei 54- 8 26.
Attorney, prompt tin urn r .vi- II i.C I eigns, having missed one of his geese, and supposed : ,-
: Willis ;l tons' (,h. Gold Finder) 5 years; his duta -. I if anfiiieil (in an htUi,1urableJ'y.. Among ttit-rs) I .F Holders of Tiek
g. in which he has discharged it wa- by this gentleman. took the .>re..ration prize :ls, are requested to present .
[l Id, bluchleJohn, dam by Gallatin, 117 ALiX. A. BELLAAiV. Foreman vveieeveral 1 re'"p'caie; I u and the I bet- to -hut up the fbi k into hIs f,mi, and on them a-d receive the cask. A s'ipply of ticket *xi .
inig, dts p Jte4.tiCoiucii of t-.e 1tter: \\as heavy. i I i pcetrd by next mail. Orders from a distance will be.
S. 4.---dU:. Bryan Hall, Ebenozcr C. Led ard, Ai.irtin T .e r.ini! brig was: pri !.iiig.I.. :>nd t aJj.-.rm.'l!, lh- folov.mjr: Tnorutilg missel suxcral of them E XIT itt ed. WAI. WILSfON.JVC. .

Time-2m.-2m.-1m. 59s. Brook. Jo lo Ciii.-i.' OrC:1SllIlIh"I'h in a central siw the loosing down him (fiom
General >s' t"I'r| rogue upon .
frion.THmiMur. Andrew Jackson, in very bud con- : L). Britt, Hirdy Green, Adam Fortune. \\iii. sirret; s?}ked alllll..I I .rtl I 1-2 .cilck' was tmnus i'' the hay mow. A clove hItch"a soon THE Brig\Yjlt ODESSA sail for New-York D'tn'ig in ma the* _

iulli\an, Ja.. .\. Baxter, \\ lie Paik-.r, l>cnj.Hogg : '2ZtA\ *> In never won by any chance he SUSJMC.e f con tnlf"tl'd, and let down from the roof t; and i I course ot'eieht rhy$. For freight i-r .a-

.Jockey Club Purse $23O- I Janus '1'. niitl,, Michael Li hlner. i I II i t llIh: } / and very c.ny: took up tne dice and !' thc animal safely secured. From. examination -:! sage. having. sitj-crior accomnioddlions";
- |mile heats i mil Item ri IIi: pocket i'he :lbrmVas! irivea : i' : 1-> the Capfin I oird, or In
I 'ppI ij-
entrance $15. Grand recommend iluse I it t was discovered that a nest had bt-rn excavated -
AVe the Jury
\rill I presentments il I ,\':: ui mutilation "n the hoiu/ur of the coiu- i JO{ IN BLAIR
: \lston's s. f. Miss Amo Hampton I! t t-) be. published in the .FloriL I :. I pa.iv ; aiui diey mantled the suricnde'! of ihe uniN'i the n.ow: whcr monsieur protikitig I St. M'u ks 1-.-". -2S i h i Si;>. 2Of.A'

h e HoULy Crtuadur, dam by Gullutin. iyoiy ; but n> one ; :iriy liiotij: it, alter feeling their I': bably pro-| setl up his v.iuter quurlerTaunton =. I -
f ilJ.11iJ.sI "l".lI.ewlscasupt'riM'!
Copy :
W! 12i i poCKets, tint lie: itri, utati"n was dL ,ered, they I I Gaz.e. Brijr, J Lewis matter is now loading

R. G. Rick's Test, advised the d lu.quent not In -estore the ti ice. A j jbailie I I will meet with re.uly .Jcsj>atch for N.
s. Antelope, 3 years old, by : SEARS BRYAN, CPU. : rll'\3l ci.sued ; they bli vs were quick and '. UTION.A number of Counterfeit notes : !.. Forfiti,lit or issoge appy to

ock bolder, dam by Tirnoleon, 83lbs 2-1.2 heavy; the mill long and scientific, and the farcas; of the bank of the United States, of various liie viasrer on Iioanf, (-r to

MaJ. J. P. Booth's ch. g. John Sykes, five801dby I From the Ahr }',.rk Evening Star. ciuk'd by the shopkeeper and his 1 1 tends carrying i I denominations from five to one hundred dol. i JOHN BL.HR PEACHY, CoDsi:nec.'
iVory Uivtrn. Here in : St Mai-Us Per. 2nh! SH.: 26if.Fr
ASIIINGTO.V, Dec. 4, 1833. oil ihe to a neighlxjuiing -
i .
We understand thaton
dam by 1071 :. 3 3-4 I Iprt'sf'm'e lars, are in circulation. -
Della, hirrida btlla .'"-Lei no one iirnceforlh of the host, the dice were hroken, & Jo, ;
|Col. J. J. Pittman's b. f. Slazey, 5 years Congress of tie U. S. with tardiness they were loaded All concerned, it appears,were Tuesday night last, a man laid out with l O4t R RENT.-The place on which I
: J.l. reproach of the & ; Mr. Hendricks who keeps a Clothing Store formerly resided, now occupied by
by> Bullock's Muckle John, dam by Col. in their hostlities. The question which arises out fellow tr.1I1esrneJl-ge.ullemclJ. uuvn- an
I threatened.I The I! East about $100 in this counterleit ; James D. Wcstcoit, Esq.-I will Rent on
Clot, 107lb I of the contested election of Meabrs. Letcher and exposure was I SVIl.IUngS were re-I on Hay, fHf
in the
,[Time 4-4.3 I Moore, was resumed lo day iu the House, and turned, further demands made and acceded lo, & money. Mr. II. after the departure of his! city the hm of Tallahassee
4m. 8e. -4m. ).,- in*. I carried on with all lilt aiiimaiiun and lei vuur ol a : all In nut.- r>ecict \\erc silenced. The report, liow- customer, on examination, suspecting it was 'VM. P. DUV AI

. F.orun.nuo.--Jorky Club Purse $4QO- I midses ion di8cu &ion. The details of it you will ever, got abroad, and) a claimail has jus>t appeared I counterfeit money, and learning that he had Terms made known on that day.

[mile heatd entrance $20. get from the news-papers. There i is not much that for the restoration ol 3,0001. He is the opulent ;! left the city, pursued and overtook him next December 2Sth 1333. !Otf.SIX
. in the debate itself but it is amusingto f father of young gentleman vho} had lost the sum j, -
: lc<>'. R. Smith's b. f. is interesting morning at the Eighteen Mile House. After weeks from the date of this notice application
Mary Smith, 3 years the well known debaters on either side at hazard with the 'oaded dic, and he threatens I

)b y Sir ttirhard, dam by Oscar, 83lbs. 1-1 I whetting sec as it were, their beak, on this prelimi- to spend 10,0001 or regain Hs 3OOOI-Lolldo71 demurring some time he exchanged the coun- ', tie County be made Court by for the the subscriber County of to Leon the,Honorable ibr teller,

Cij.j1 Pittman's b. f. Delila, 5 years old, i nary subject, previous to the approaching conflict Weekly Despatch. tc-fcit money for good noles. He represpn- I II.f Administration on the estate of Daniel Faust laid
Sir Arch -for( a ** war, a horrid war," of words, at least, ted himself as from Tennessee, and passed : of said county deceased. MARY FAUST.
M. ), oam by Harward, 1071bs 2-2 we shall have this session. I rejoice when I J look From JJIlison's Hwforj of Europe. various sums on different persons while he'remained December 28th 1833._ 20Lt"
I Ledwith's i. Gold Finder 5 old crimson gallery appropriated under Death of Madame Roland.-'This heroic woman of the "
- g. years at the splendid in the city. V\e have seen one ELECTION.-An electior. will be
r Muckle John, dam by Gallatin, lOTIlis. dist.une6m. the new arringement of the Hall, to the ladies, had been early involved in proscription of the notes of the denomination of five dollars, and CITY raaiket house on Monday the f ih of January

[T' 18s.-6m. 22s.Track still and which attracts them in great r.umbers. Their Girondists, of whom her splendid talents had almost the execution is in every respect bad.-Char. 1334, for at. Inieedant and eight Councilmen, for la&
- rendered her the head. Cm fined in the
make thc contest merely a prison
perhaps of Tallahassee. All legal voters are requested
pressence may ; CIty
7 and raining all day. ';. vnbal'one.Vith regard to the contested election '!. of the Abbaye, she employed t e tedious months leston Patriot, 6th inst. 10 attend. LESLIE A. THOMPSON, Intendant.

F lit H.nn.--Proprictors' Purse $3 00-1 it is to be regretted, and is regretted by all the ]! of clptivity"'in composing the llemoirs, which so Dec28, 1833. 2fttf.: '
I le heats, 3 best I first men in the House, that the course pursued in J i well illustrated her eventful life. With a firm hand LIVERPOOL, Oct. 30.-After the date writf
in of
ol. 5, entrance $10. I Ii1t the Senate in the case of Robbing and Potter has : she traced in that gloomy abide, the joyous as of our Circular of the 1st inst. we had 'for two MARSHAL'S SALK.-By delivered virtue I shall a to

Sprotvl's b. }h. Gen. Andrew Jack- not been followed there also. The credentials of!. \vcllaslhe melancholly periods of her txistence, or three days an increased demand for Cotton; public ale before the to me door of the Court,_ house expose in. tbe
$7 years old- sullicient; authority for the member the brillaut dreams and ardem patriotism of her effected advance in of the 3d
Handicaped to 851bs. 1-1-1 the State are a I ind sales were at some City of Tallahassee, County Leon on day
W AlstOQ'8 ch. f. Miss Arne .. taking his seat, subject, ot course, to any future I youth, the stormy anJ c eventful nes of her ma- prices, but the demand very quickly subsided, I of February next, all the riht, title, claim and interest
Hampton, his those 1. the horror and anguish of her latest I. and .rained house,
ee proceedings or examination as to right to turer years ; of Francis B. Whiting in to a
year8 old and the market has continued to be extremely
83lba.. : under fanaticism of the and dwelling .
While tie store
2-3-2 credentials The fnends of Matthew St. Clair I days. suffering now occupied by & Whiting ns a
01. PiUman' b. r. lazey, 5 old Clark, it is said, intend to run him against Lowry I people, when about to die under the violence ol' dull, and to decline in price. At tho present ; also his chum to the lot which it stands on' cuter
Ltaped to 85 years of the Senate and there is a hope that that body the mob, she never abandoned the principles fi! .aioment we hav1 scarcely any demand, and atcd in St. Marks: levied oo as die property ot said
lbs ; .
G. Rick' 4-t-3 will do him and theuselves the justics of retallia-I her youth,or regretted her martyrdom in the cause hr general sales so far as we can collect.' Francis B. \Vhitin?, to satisfy sale will an execution take place in within favourof

9'1 b. 1 s. f. Rachel Jackson, 4 years ting on the Kitchen Cabinet. Franklin, his successor I of freedom. If the thoughts of her daughter ai-i1 .hem, appear to be Upland and Mobile, at 8' the Leslie usual A.hours.Thompson HOS.; E. RANDOLPH,'M.

3-2-dis. intends to do, what I prognosticated he I her husband sometimes melted her in tears, 81"l .1" 8 1.2d ; Orleans 8 1.2d to 9 1.4d ; Alabama By A. A. FISHER, D. JT.

me.-2 '.-2m. Is.-2m. 2s. would do, make a general sweep. As I am treat regained her firmness on every important occasioi, : 7 3.4d to 8 1.4d ; fair Uphnds we quote Dee. 23th 1333. 2OtdS.jUtSIJAT .
he ing of small fry" it may not be amiss to say a Her Memoirs evince unbroken serenity of mw.tliouhi \ and fair 9d lb. It appeared .
1.2d. of writ
the good per \ 'S S" LE.-By virtue a of
spectators Kitchen Cabinet.He she iuleirupted in cor
f'uhionaof was large this of the was frequently -
word to same
as pet that increased demnnd 1 1' delivered I shall expose to
to* best !! -Wery thing was conducted was recommendel, in the Globe, some day or position by the cries of those whim the executu 'nsonabkto expect the public sale before the tome door of the court house in tha .
to com-
would take .
Otfl Cotton place, equal
-ithout H> and the amusements clog- two previous to the election, as having such a remarkable era were dragging from the adjoining cells to U .r City of Tallahassee. County of Leon, on thr.'3t. day
to Ift I lent' or unpleasant occur fiue voice. I have seldom heard a worse scaffolds.On. uted consumption, but this has not been thee of February ncxl,all the right, title, claim and inter-

diaturb TMft\.iports th of the occasion: and as to his method of reading, I can only gay, I the day of her trial she was dressed WI. ,- for in the I last nine weeks: our sales for cst of Richard Lloyd, to anegrooman by the name
18 BROWN (after hearing him read the President's Message,) scrupulous care in white. Her fine black 1 h usumption are estiuoHted to have been only -f Dilly ; levied on"as the property of said Lloyd 'W

Sec'r,. were I Andrew Jackson.' 1.had as lief the town I fell in profuse curls to her waist ; but the disj.:' ',,000 bugs, which confirms the information satisfy l in execution favour of Richard .C. Allch f .

- eaitory 1: crier had spoken my lines." of its beauty was owing to her jailers, who receive from various quarters, that a very the sale will lake place THOS.within E.the RANDOLPH usual hours., .M. ,...

t randJuod&: Jackson County.J .- The President's message is of course variously I deprived her of all means of dressincil- She cI reduction has taken place in the' con- By A. A. FISHEB, D. M. '
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