The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
February 8, 1834
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


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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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L. .1. B.Bull w this day eald diraojrcd bYpersonl TeiB. An event' &.h b-1 c.f :(;d mu:f. an ct1
indebttd eoflcern
ji1itJ::1rf Itr'AIl m""cfWe t payme.nt.0 to 1.B.Bull, !: L1 berc is the rebellion of a certain cadi, Cimn, in the

..reques.11o to make clOle the accounts of the rm. neighborhood of Angora ; this nander of

.!II1J..IW&'u. R. B. Bt7LL. e iflegularcavaryhad) assembled from 5000 to 6000
I .. men, with whom he proposed head
i54, J. B. BULL.I making against
'8Jt. = the rtulhorities-of the Sultin.! It i is the intention
VI G'STt A1\I 'V ASHER. If of lh, Portr
'REVOL to senti two
"LAISSEZ brigades with 15 fieldpieces
tuie Patent Right NOUS F '"
pmrrietorof AIBE. oodcr the command of
the Pachas
jPTbe Territory Florida. I I _
for be I I J -
--- ., tad Bekir, to put down the rebels.
-- -
?the nSelan examination of iu merits by the YZI1TG --T

t i 5V&eeancJ the public generally': A 'i-J JmY7m..--. ____J____ 'IltIU7 1tDZDIAZ Q kAw dCDtao W.iToD. of AccordiJg September to the Ibrahim news Pacha from A Ueppo to the 16th
cif.ienI. ha heretofore been in\ent.ecI' toet1thetn&nua11&bor ,- _. ; was occupied in
michincsi r washing, but their utilitynr JCrOm UagueTt Examiner.or inforinedhabild T ilill purifying atmosphere in the environs or utcttyeflpkmyihgnpward6
of laoor ? time, has ben always ba- Pauoiues THE CAUSE or STATE BIGHTS. a jealous eye over this in- bad troops, W s hope that,the next despatch of 1000 men in draining

jathelaTinef4 done to the clothe from the (nc- -We have repeatedly said that stitution and has been folly satisfied that is will(!bring a 'confirmation of this intelligence.From the marshy lands. The inhabitants of Mount
t1 injury a change in ,
by Arilv employed. The machine now offered sentiment, favorable to the not such, as it ought to be to benefit the coun ( Galtgnaai's! Messenger.V.The .- Lebanon and of the district; of Naples have refu.
cause State
tion peCCblic combines the great desideratum of almost Rights, has been try. Riches an4| oppulence being by far t'o Journal des Debas says_"It WWI rumoured sed-to Lay down their arms opposing force to 'he

!tolhi-Ki! e despatch, with an entire absence of friction. North within gradually taking place at the great a recommendation into it, while the last night t letters bid arrived.from Egyptian cavalry sent out against: them. '1 hoeacayic
is washed the last
Uehcatft tenure three
of the most or four months of iclira
$> whilst the poor, but meritorious youth has sought in vain Madrid dated the 18th inst. that : Bey, one of Ibrahim's best gen -
.1 "Staining the slightest injury, ma- owing chiefly to the unconstitutional conduct announcing rah, had created a powerful sensation in

vithGut. oualiy well adapted to all other articles ofcht of the Dictator at Washington. That officei : to avail himself of the advantages it was always the Spanish capital was in H state of fermenta Selhn was: taken; to Constantinople m the Smyrna.
or furniture resulting from handkerchief from a combination to a cnrpet.e1othtn of I has, jumping over the constitution nod laws intended t.> extend. We expect it will tion, that a conspiracy in favor of Don Carlos Oct-oher, with several other officers belong
is the effect ere long have lo return to its original intention had been discovered and that desertionhad Ibrahim's
OJ'8.Pnd that the largest counterpane may be | placed himself such position that he some lug to suit. By newt from Candia, it

l.cAed from soap five to seven minutes and a like qiiantHrany bold the public purse without the risk of can or it will certainly have such investigation taken place.' Wo have not been able to seems that the insurgent continue assembled at

other articles in the equal spare of time.- viction con instituted, as must we fear, eventuate in its learn any thing that tends to confirm th Morinez, although the. Seraskier hat several times
] task or washing can be performed, if wood and i on an impeachment if sustained bj overthrown.-Georgetown Gazette. I ports. summoned them to d sJ erat.

1'M, t be furnished, as well by a girl of ten or twelve \ only seventeen Senators out of forty eight. \ BATONNE On the 8th of Sept. the Egyptian squadron
,ateT I Nov. 17. Tho
a woman.'The machine perfectly simple in This frightful usurpation, by which the author- ANECDOTE OF WHALING. The insurgents: arrived f'om Alexandria, under the command
,$5 by much that it can be made or re- who were at Irun, continue to retreat
so 80, ity of is irpon Daman Pacha. As
Its construction mtchtnie. entirely nullified, haa alarmed number'of English vessels in the Greenland noon as tnis Admiral had
the most ordinary Tolos.i, and they to concentrate th/em- his
the appear landed men stormed a and drove
p&I'f'1Cmderlli ped will dispose of the county Rights, and when great bddy'of look our reflecting citizens f trade, is, as we stated the other clay, ahout 90 ;' selves in that position, in order to have a pnint bds from it. According villtagf to a report* 5,000 then
namtxir of Counties such they around them for tho or
) for any upon means the whole number in the
the RilhL business, 250. The of Saarsfield vim is 16,000 regular will he
It make it of redress support against ,." advancing troops. sent tu strengthen thet
as to an object find
terms spec- can but
I they none in the
mmodltin reserved writer in tho North American
-who, by the This be relied Egyptian garrison Candia the number of "
Sum worthy the attention of gentlemen. The op I ag:1instthem. news may on. ;, Uwa$
ciaon of the machine will!! be shown -with pleasure to : rights of the States. Tho consolidation. way, is understood to bo a !$ev-Bedford gentleman ns official notice of it has been received at troops trill then be from 12 to 14,00txnen. Ditfe*

desirous of seeing U, or if preferable they theory of Government ,will afford no relief.-By: thoroughly versed in his subject--says Pampeluna." 1 rences have: now arisen rehtfve tn the payment of

&nm be person permitted to take it home, where its merits maybe that scheme the will of Congress, whether' the Biscayans of the 15th centurY were the A letter from St. Jean de Lug, dated the the tribute due from Mchemcd AH to the Porte.
It. \1.
tt5tei exercised constitutionally! or not constitutional agent is now on his way to Constantinople to
.1irly Feb. J, 1R34.rIIEAMSTEIt 2jtf. first Europeans who engaged in the fishery, I 15th, says,-" A Spanish vessel from Si. Sebastian receive the Sultan's command head.
Tallahf\lll ly i is the law of the land and Gen. Jackson I onjiis
; and that they had over 50 vessels in the 16th. arrived
last at Socoa FRONTIERS
\V A'J TE .-Wanted an imlustri- evening ; or SERVIA Nov. 9.New arrests
with the
iteady TEA.TER,to take charge ufa wagn acting consistently principles of his Alluding to the hazards of this business, he captain says that the number of insurgentswho have Liken place in Constantinople, it is said ow.
IL .JUS holds that
and four horses. To one who cau cune well ref party now the will of the Executive stated that the veteran, Capt. Scoresby, went I blockaded St. Sebastian amounted to .<0- 1 1 inir! to the discovery of another political conspiracyv

mmendrd' good wrq will *bl & 'en- Apply! has just as much pretension to govern the through twenty-eight voyages successfully, and 000. Three boats have loft Socoa, destinedfor |I'rhc followers; and supporters of Ibrahim Pacha

2)w7 _J. \V. KING, .Mount "rrnon.OYS countjy, whether constitutional or not, as the that he killed 498 whales, yielding 4296 tons St. Sebastian! with a of provision, I appear: to be still at work, and not yet to havejjven

WA-4l'EU.-Wanted to hire two active, will of any other branch of the Government.For of oil, valued wita the bone at $ OOOOO.'e wine, and military cargo ihe I up the hope of placing! him on the Snlian'i
B to drive Cart, and attend the sta- equipment insurgents throne. all
boyl, By learn
steady we can from those who
our difFerence
:part, we can see no between arc not aware that a parallel to this be arc
take for
be made to seems to measures
l k Application to establishing inf'nu; i i)n the snbjpc% and who have been
., JKSSE: POTTS, .Voiml Trrt'on. tho case, nnd we are happy to notice that shown in New England. eye
the frontier
53\f; on ; they have named! <>f the arts of the Egyptian iu the
weeks alter J.ile, i iliall tohonourabh others are falling into the same view of the The length of \\hile i is 50 fret, army
'j-'rj .-Six upj ly average a : new auth rities, and levied extra irdimry contributions I nevvhj acquired provinces we are convinced he is

the judge of Leon county c.mrt for subject. It is now no uncommon thing to but a species called by the Greenlanders lie which are called for with rC"'lhritv.! only! waiting t for a fivourabfe: opportunity to re-

: ,sof administration wid county ion, d"C"C:1.on the!t' F. R.oyi1ttcof WBI Allen,fl M'Gra-G.t. hoar in this city, where, a year ago a Nullifierwas Ra/or-Back sometimes exceeds 100, being Travellers. .'k'omiii. from the interior r'of Spun I deeai the tune he i is nmv !losing. This may be

brk', Fc-hr"If tt I34. 2 Jr." thought worthy of being strung up at a the largest or the whole tribe, though it yields are exceedingly few. A rofugef, who was at i nearer than is KuppoM-.l ; Mehenicd Ali'u death

lamp-post, such exptessions as these-" begin but little oil. The common whale very seldom the aff'iirot .\3[eYlia, and who wmld not return t i might create :a powerful sensation throughsut Eu-
A pVUNISTUAl'OR.'S Having l claims againt the estate of-Henry persons Murray to think that the Nullifiers are right afternU" exceeds 60, and the oil rarely 200 barrel to St. Sebastian, states th-it three oflirers I c\'it re.! intentions Sultan of his bestows vassals."little attention on the

arc required to present them duly authenticated -"' The Stale Rights doctrins arc tte only Capt. Howland, of New Bedford, however, of El PI tor'i r " Oct. ]2.-During the in

ihi lime prescribed by law, or they will be ones that can save the country." And willit before the Revolution took which afforded campaign
i.ihin; one enemy with several .soldiers, on tV: evjiculition -{ Syria, a Turkish re
frrerer barrel!; tho immediate,c i indebted ht he. estate are re- not be conclusive on the subject, if we say 212 barrels. Two of them loaded his .s'oop of folo i. Cdittg'.ion, wh:" seems to | cha, which was in garrison at Mecca, mutinied.

>JAM_!> tfVUlJ, i In Lean Cuanty Court.rir .' the Proclamation and Force Bill, and a most In the Greenland scathe :animal ves up- so thin, hl. ordered tho! gates to lie kept constantly I lost some hundred men retreated. to Djedda,
5b In unrelenting and bitter denunciator of the South the minute and almost invisible under tile command Turlitbcn i, Mass, formerly( a
> Aswmpsit. on living par- I closed., He rrlies on $airttielfj' ro.n- lave of L P.tchi.
CHARLES C.: .\SI1. ) JUaehmrnt.* Carolina patriots, who first threw themselvesinto ticks with which they, are filled to such m extent ingtn releas:* him There is a cnrnrnt tilt Being unable to keep their
rfprt ground there, tile: seized: the! i'avis!
of the institution' of said : ships andi
h"rt'ltr : I
mjOriCE JS jjivon the breach when they saw the liberties of that Scoreshy 80,000 m-'n j-mploja'd the frontier that Don Carlos his I indi-d} .
j\ suit find cu f th. i"sain of a writ Attnrlnnent: says on : *-tCorunna i tile :n.jfi"V in lir, public codi'r'mCtt. u.J don
thtwr. nturnalile; to the next term (.f saui Court.thedefrndam .- the country on the brink of ruin. at lat from the creation, could only number two with some superior officers." 1 the ile.i 'VM. and occupied M-vna and sonic of

ntvl ill other persons in ajty \IS( con- been obliged! to confess that the State at this square miles of them. The Indicitour: of Bordeaux of th's I 19th the toun k longing; to Ihe Jm.1n of -weak

tcrnrJ r" mtifi(*d Tn * and plead to the declarrtiC'fd Union are sovereign Such a contc-sion from int. hH; the following :--" Letters Iroiii Madrid : t man, whose officers in t the di tn'Ma treated tr.L" pcoI -

; in "aid cnsr neeorditrj to lav. such a quarter, is truly a subject of congratulation LJTE FROM EUROPE. of the 9th continue to testify tint otHpi.icions j pie wHit great rigwr: and who were therefore the
*S>. J. A. BERTH -LOTt At.V. for Pl'fF.Siisr | ,
more under their
-'-_ and n.s we have no doubt it \\ ill be so SPAIN. : are entertained as to the fi Mity of M. j e.isy ric\v masters': as Tiirkiben
Court Middle District Florida Leon A } from B I nriintaitu. ;ho Mrictcst discipline; and will not sufI
ir County. considered by the numerous friends of republican tclcirranhic( 'spntci: ivonnc, announces i
Zen, nnd give us reason to believe tint I l fer
SDR:: ff STUUGES, ) as9uni sit.T. who receive this that the iiiurgciits had q'utteil the frontier, inconsequence : every I their lives or property to l be touclied. The
t'c \ principles paper, we giveit of a concentrating nviverrcnt in the the Queen will find it impossible to inaiiilaiii I Kgyptian troops Ill'i.1 Ar.ibru are unable to
ittvlur.cnt.. in the indcntical words of the editor, as follows !- herself with a Government juste' mileu I} overcome the Turks and ruvir
.C. D'LAPORTr. ) direction of f Tolosi, caused cither by tie mirth of i par received no pay
*ttedrm 1ms !teen instituted, and :- Sn:1rsficltJ, or by an attack upon Burgs by Merino. : ticularly in the presence1 of two exfrcmr j for a yc-ir, they are nat much, inclined to fight for
THCahnre nt'ichmrnt thcrrin j"Fiied, and ,ni.ldcWurnaMc from the .Vu/ujnnJ Gazette, of Jan. 4, 1S31.Vc ; the i'.iclia: : Lut have shot Ismail
Merino had forward : Bey Arabian
pmheJ his troops is fir :s Pc- parties. It is even considered as proonWethat : an-
la the n .xt trrm.f 'i\:!l vjrt. Thdcfen \ shall publish Col. Bcnton's truly grotesque Maya. The insurrcctun in Galicia .' Colonel, flip same who drove the Tuplw frooMec
gua reported movement take tlr!
NI'11'" h" nntiflf d to a may placo upon
nthrr I
ant and all rr'iy ap speech, after we have filrni hetl thatportion | c., beciu.-e: Lie c ) lluot their
i h said by the Memorial Bmlcla"n! of the 13th! inst. : pay arrears.
anJ plrad to kh p&r jrdzn cto I law. J- A. BKRTHCLOT, Ali'y for Pl'ff. of 'Ir. Clay's which remains to beI to be confirmed. The number insurgents at Her-I of 1812." Tne Pacna is lilting out an exjcdition to tatepoviessiou !

Ftbrutir 1st 14.: j3m reported by thf* National Intelligencer. The rnnivas between 4,000 and 5,000. The Spanish: [ ; t.r 1 I lie towns on the cojst. The Turksare

public men whom the Globe Consul at Bordeaux hn>< uiven public notice to all The Indicateur also contains the following about :,OQO ill number, and if it is true that
THOMAS M'CALL, 1 In Lion CWi.', / /. .' wretched adherents," &.. ure thoserepresentatives.of as I II the Spanish emigrants: in France, that such of diem ;in a postscript '-" News of the 13th m>uni I hey It .1 hat terms with the Waliabics who

t*. J> issumpMtJF.SH merely as! were desirous of entering the Queen's service from Madiid state, that at that period the have assembled! again in their capital, (Dreiah,)
RUSStI. In ntrl1ctw nt. I the States who
? ) Sovereign
above\ tatcit cause h is been in.iitutcil, and would be receive! Fears were entertained that St. capital and its cnvirous re maid perfectly qinot. whic.i waadestioyed} by Ibnliim Pacrn, they must
> the in the
THE (;f itachmru'' therein i isMied. and made compose majority Senate. 1 Sebastian: coiiKI not, from the insufficiency of its The road to Madrid by Jono and Sarragossiis *ma be.crpui'cn..d.. The Pacha of Egypt is

rt'urn\bl to'_hc next t,>rm of sill, o)ut. The dcfeiul- stock provisions, long hold out again t he rebels. entirely free ; not a single insurgent is to nuicri uated in Arabia, iur.e tn- cruelties commit-

titani1 1 nil others concerned am hcrc'iy notified to appear From Richmond we learn that, on Wednesday Don Carlos hail issued another Proclamation (according be found it. and Cataloni'i te.lhr his tr.v}.x-s m HIfJ, in the war with: the

and plead to the lrejiritiint\ fil:ti in smd case nc- n resolution was adopted in the Houseof to. the Gazette de France,) which is re- upon Arragun arc \\Vhabie ; but no union among the Arabian tribe

cordin- to law. J. A. BEtl illELO Att'y.;U' Pi'ff. Delegates of Virginia of mnrkaUe only for a more undisguised avowal of; tranquil, but ai ming themselves for the Quucn. is t') beti! ugt! ofl The Pacha as on firmer occasions -
by 76
a vote
r.ti !'y ist is34.! r"- to his antiliberal'icws of Government than he had : The insurrection makes no progress in Navarre. will oitiuta( the aid of 8,.nru; tribes by money

a- 53: pointedly condemning the Removal of the yet made. In this address, he unequivocally declares : There is not a single band between our an.1 I so secure the subsistence of his army.-

:.-Wanted 100 JULES Depositcs by Executive from the Bank of all improvement constitutional frontier and Pampeluna. A band of insurgents If ie: :st'iids pretty numerous corps, he will doubt.
4..., Prime \I,-xicaii, ail 50 Hdcs uf l lcaw against socIal -
Gnmod Sea Island! Cotton, f->r the United States all an ynauthorized assumption or financial, ror Spain, suggestions for whichcan having ventured to pass the frontier at less tike M cia! which :lie has lung coveted.

which} liberal tiricr will bo ji.ud bv and exercise of Executive p nvcr. only come from revolutionists and rebels, and Biriaton, and carried otf a horse belonging to Fit \ NUE A N D S ,VEDEX.LONDJN .

J;I h\ ill. II. l1Ei: ny. The following resolution was also adoptedin evcn appears( not to have abandoned the idea of a private individual, tho French posts along, .I Nov. 24, -A rupture is reported

N''JllCE .The copTrtn'r hijjforuitriy; exist;ng the same body, by a vote of 81 to 43 : re-subjugating the provinces of South America.- the Bidassoa have been reinforced, and troopsof I to hive just taken place' bc-tweuri: and

John K. Ch-tpnun and \\'illl.un Dickson Resolved, That, while this General Assembly Under the auspiocs of his party the Inquisition has I j Sweden. Ambassadors have been reciprocally -
all have drawn the frontier in
near ,
under the !!S-n, name and tylc *if Chapman and Dick- will ever maintain and defend the President been already re-established at Y tluradu.A withdrawn ; tho commercial intercourse between
wnhaithis day been lis of the United States in the two will continue be
of I to
All persons haun; business with the Uie c'.mc''n are -" The acknowledgement of Do a Isabellaby Our troops along the frontier of Spain are regulated
make with John 11. i such as the Constitution has clearly by consular agents but diplomatir. relations
requested to settlement Chapman. powers to be immediately and con3idernblyaugmen- -
the British Government i is doubt- t
Coney, February > JOHN It. Cl UP\1 AN, i confined to him, it nevertheless contemplate., no longer ted. General Hanspes division is about between the Courts of Paris and Stockholm -
ful. Villiors received his credentials
llu U. iVILLIAI D1CKSOX f with and the new have entirely ceased. And all thistwe
dismay, disposition evinced why
The Mr. Dickson anxiety the 5th and them to the be reinforced by a very strong brigade, which
undersigned having purchased of on presented Regent asked.
of late to extend! those beyond the I are Only on account of a play..
Ls will continue the busiess powers is assembling at Pau. A reserve m the rear
entire inicrcsl in the stock, on the 6th. Until then it was Lord WilliamlIan'ey Precious
under hn own nrme. JOHN R. CHAP>' .\X. proper limitations of that instrument, a disposition who tho of this brigade, composed of battalions of I absurdity- how delightfully stri.
manifested ii the recei.1 subjection figured as Rcpreseutatives : kin The King of Sweden required the
I clearly : :
4 PARTNER: WA *TeD.-lmmll.i. tt:1y il'ffy'luCr.ltivc of Great Brittnin, under the title of charge granadiers, voltiguers artillery, and cavalry,
of the French
A, v business. A stn.ill; capin-l only ) to Executive control of the Treasuryj d'AflhirsThe kind's mesengcr'ho with a strong wagon train, forming, in lact an : tung to suspend the performance
.1I1' necessary. [2 Ufj D/\VIU B. .V.'OMli..._ Department of the Federal Government in the brought I of Gnstavc. ou la Hal Masqje at tits
j 1tr.rri1ler's credentials had been preceded by army, is in march. These t oop- are, in general -
BOCl'OR WILLIAM FLAKL: has IOC 1tltlluH-'< exercise of an important discretion, for which dr.rvn from the regiments stationed in the : French Opera, and tho Gamarde an Lit, at the
another had been ,
:..scc, and tenders his servirct" j it was made solely ponsiblc to Gongress." messenger, by they I Vaudovillo ; and because Louis Philinnn rfb.f I In.c
-- --
south of France. ----
the pubhc as a practitioiur of inciiicme, sur -ry' atidmidwifery. j announced. Both n ere stopped and detainedby SOS, ofleneo taken-a rupture ensues Moo,

He may b. found} (when Hot a'osuit oil jt t We have on a previous occasion expre3sed the insurgents in several parts of the road. A letter dated the 12th, from Madrid, says de St. Simon is recalled from Stockholm;! and
professional:!inss] at ins i house on C.ilhouu sire' -u General Carthagena has come to Gene-
of and
J belief that the removal of the They were stripped many things pa- 'Mr. de Louenh who
fa deposiles iiA.
former rcsidciK- C vento wi.h his and if
but their despatches were nut touched. troops ; perhaps necessary -
and inexpedient, and that pers is ordered not to return to Pans.
FOR SAL':.-The land and\ plantation U-loiigin was uunc-ies ary The direct and immediate intervention by will proceed further. Bourinont and his
confirmed the nrusal of this MlSCELL.NEOlJS.Por.&pD.t'he
Col. JamcbBiiboar of Virginia, lying in the impressiion is by r .
followers have Meiida
passed through to
tourty of JefiVrson in the Territory of Florida, upon able speech (of Mr MeDumVs.) The pro- France in the affnirrf of Spain. WHS mooted, em- Journal dos Debates an- j

debt Augustine road and near the Ocillaiivrr. The position of M r.l\Ic Duffie to confine the action according to the French Papers, with successin bark. Don Carlos H still at Castello Branco, nounces that Austria, Prussia and Russia, have 1
plantation tract 720 and there is a or its environs, closely watched by General
eoiuaininj acres the council of Ministers and, if we are
that of the funds ; signed an offensive awl defensive
Operate tract of 160 acres lying in the same neigh of Congress to portion public to believe the not much coveted llodil.) It seems that Don Pedro has been invited treaty respecting -
bourhood; upon the large tract there are expensive which, at a subsequent date, may come into papers to whatever Don Carlos Poland ; that in the event of revolt in

md permanent improvements, a sugar house and fur- the hands of the Government, we should think by the ruling party in Spain.-The Queen it sequestrate may any part of the old kingdom of Poland, each
Lisbon other of
"*ce, a dntilltry lur rum, a gin house, cotton press would meet with general approbation. But seems has intimated to Louis Philippe that she have in or any city Portugal of the three powers is to march 35,000 men
tad screw j and a new saw gin with many other com- feels so confident in tho attachment of her under his dominion. Many arrests take place
confess that xve are disposed to further (together 105000; men ;) that admimstratiw
inflow fiitures we go
houses and quarters. There are betWeen and them several of the clergy the
that she does not the assistance among ;
i people, rcquiro -
two and three hundred acres of lar.d: clearedtnltlY8.tlon itin and to say that, convinced as we are, from an changes in the clerks of the public offices and other reform may be granted, but that nothing -,
npencd within the last five years with attentive aud impartial consideration of the i of a Foreign Power, and that, even if especially like an independent kingdom of Poland
the Pot office also
the landed estate, the purchaser may be Accomuiodaw and the evidence exhibited on each I extraordinary aid were required, bhc judges, are being carriedon. will even be heard of by the three
.with wagons, carts, ploughs and almost every 'cKnption arguments from a calculation of the chances, that it This ought to have been done six months March of powers.
of side that in justice has been done to the improvement in Poland.-The
plantation equipage ; .1 set of bUck smith'ss would he safer !for her to place her daughterscause )7O.Ye learn from St. Sebastian, under
and bellows ; likewise, mules, oxen,cattle hogs, we hculd cvqn require that the public faith date of tho 16th (this letter is written by a Emperor Nicholas lately delivered a speech to
i'n: the hands of the Coustitutianalists
ftc.; accommodaiing terms, paying arflmmediate Spanish the Council of Adrninutiation Warsaw
upor restitution
very should be redeemed by assembled
member of the that
nually legal interest and --ecuring the debt. But if than to risk the national irritation by Ayuntamtento,) persons at Modlin in which the
the of the deposites. It is for following remarkable
ibo"e descried property, should not be sold at unnecessary calling in French assistance. This is languageif having influence with General Castagnon have
tnnii.. sue -rore the 14tll day of Februrry nexttheP&flt&ti us-again to say that we have been opposed to of Queen. done all they can to induce him to make a words occurred :Gentlemen, yot
a Spanish
Lie will be then rented to the highest rcspuu the Bank. We have adopted the conclusions truly reported, worthy sortie on Hernani where they are only 700 must persevere in your course ; and as to myself
bidder From Paris Nov. 22. or
Upon the premises, and the perishable pro- of those who contended that its establishment papers as long as I live I will oppose a will of
\ Ilerty wld at the samctime atauction for ready money. Jfvte Rtceirtd by Lip res:. 800 insurgents, rest having gone to Tolosa iron to the of liberal
La the interum any person who may be desirous of vas a breach of the Constitution ; but we can General Saarsfield, after having pursued but they have not been able to determinehim progress opinions. The

J rchaiiog the perishable property entire can have it not reconcile it to our principles of justice to Marino for several days, give him battle and to do so.BORDEAUX. present generation is !lost.bat we must labour

*.credit of twelve months, riving sufficient security hear an arbitrary sentence of condemnation completely defeated him at Belorado. He Nov. 20.An English courier with zeal l ant earnestness to improve the spir

\I 2 tl application G.agent W.for WARD the owner., pronounced against that !institution, without has taken 700 or 800 prisoners, and the number who left Madrid on the night of the 12th, pas it hundred of that to come. I. It may, perhaps, require
:- a
N 0Th CE.-Ahl liavmc some enquiry into the propriety ot the sentence. killed is very grea .Mariuo has taken sed through Bordeaux yesterday. The Queenis years. am not unreagonableIgive

or EXl.CU'1'UH.'S against the estate of Hardy persons Vickcrs late Our examination satisfies us that injustice has refuge in the province of Alava. redoubling her activity. In order to avert out a whole" age, but you must work with

Leon county dec*jtscd,are required to present them been done to the institution,and we therefore General Saarsfield is marching upon Vitto- the storm that lowers over the heads of her .

or duly they authenticated will within the time prescribed by law honestly express that opinion.-Petersburg I ria ; on the 15th he was at Panooba, ludica- councillors Zea and Cruz, she rides on horse- VIENNA,Nov. 14.The exchange of couriers -
forever barred-those indebted to the between this St.
I .. city, Petorsburgh Berlin
tIt&te are requested to make immediate payment. : Intelligencer. 'm. tuer of the 20th of November. back through the several quarters of the capital Paris, and London is at this ,

SARAH VICKERS, > West Point Academy.-The pulling down From Galignani'sMessenfieur.The receiving with affibility ,all the petitions and the moment very frequent

IM. JAS. J. ViCKERS, > Executors. of the Military Academy at West Point, New evening'Ministerial 1 journal has l, e fol .presented to her by the people. Lately, when to be diplomatic offices are abserve4

Wl Y, DOLLAkS WM. W. HART. \ : York, is contemplated, we observe by manyof lowing. A' telegraphic despatch from Bayonne passing along'the Przdo, she stopped a monk, highest unusually importance Questions of the

from RbWAttlX-kanaway I several l ,of the dated the 19thjnst. announced that intelligence and entreated him to use.his. influence for preserving treaty. Spanish aft
the exchange
t- robtcriber in October last, a 'negro fef- our papers by fairs remain at precisely I he'same point
'U&med FLICK II ***9 o(**, about six fee states, und<, plea that it is an institution\ governed -: had just been received,of an important the peace of his, country. Decree were fortnight as they

bd 1, Itit built of a'dirk UDlpl6ld: large exe.;I .alto geiher by aristocratical principles. advantage gained over the rebels bi Gen- are expected to appear shortly foi the organizations Government is ago. The triumpb'ofthe new

Whowu rather a 1U1t1'COUDtfltftJ"l'ee'when spoken to. This a seriwis charge we belive'Ii* end* Saarafield. The General,, stated, of the.'National t Guard, and for the formation : no way decided upon, and as
ica two weeks .i* or 1 miles fhwnewth : though to the ,recognition ot'it byour Cabinet
ago by
T of two Chambers
;llhae, Mic sttky lake,where bin nt too well foifided in ,appearance to admit of'a bad quitted on the llth, ,marching 'upon Fit- ---measures that of Berlin and St. Petersburg! de ii-

::uL who been lOlterineyer since he'lea me. Any. per -doubt, by tbo reflecting portion of! the people. toria 'With a considerable body of troops.- were decided upon'by.the Council on, the 10th ion i is yet expected. The Spanish, Arobassa no

may apprehend him, lodge him in tome: Jai The object of the institution, :juts: heretofore At Belorado 'be met the.insurgents under, the. instant., dor at Couit M.,
k.dtZlver h to me on the lmona lAo slallreward. "them AND EGYPT. dq Campuzano, ,therefore
Florida subverted the rich and influential coi mind of''Sleriflonod routed after a: TURKEY '
lridtte aboye Q;H. HOLLAND.mate .. been completely by combat.. Oh the 14ib he was ,at Pan iCpvsTAXTixoYx ; Oc. .fl5.-Acceraing to the bas not bea able to present hi* credent
LSth! 1834. 246w bat DOW the :day?;of reform have warm tials '
; Ia8i received
, .. left number of Uig nee received from Scutari Kof the.4th) althoughthe them A fortnight a-
St the'Weeb after application will bema y arrived, it must undergothe'scrutiny ora corbo.i The insurgents a great the disturbances- had broken out there'have go. I he melancholy,affair in Elian his kwj

,tubse.riber fr to the honourablec urtor Qadtden thinking'people who, ,have,too lo g.,ubmittad killed upon the field of battle,' and 200'j not.yet been put down, and all'the efforts of'the a more favourable termination than

ty. P'Lcraz letters of administration on the estate of to that which had well nigh robbed them of made priioners. It 4s wertedT>tbat erino.4aui Envoy from- the P ite'TaperBey, io reconcile edat&st :wouH btvo 'h d. Tha we tccou&t jmagio

f .. ;lua'OfMeun.VWMndeer. .ir Ti l t' "* :-i lttok rotii_t Mrrosda, with 4,090; Eioa of bi* thf iohabiiaoui to the Governor have been fruit- from S
7 ;WNG; gave puck ws9t&Sm 28 ClM

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M; :.'t- i'' : i'I' ,:;) VS OF THIS 1.1 LGiSi;A 7,'TmE'l'l'lt the day btcb"for Ru.1ft4'tD-roorrow.! tAt'i. .utIfhlt 'I: ..non tlWfefitftit"i& Ballagh.: tof-c1 Q00i tl T. .,.' f or the ralioot if e"to- *Shannon iiifrodac'& Baha bt fl'hh'"0-A which e I Wil3 '

: CHAHDLERmoved that the wlo of the House_ bo referred to a Select (; : .
J Mr. CIUKDLER from the,,Select Committee, M,.wh.oza Mr. ooumttoc-Mesnl.Bulloeh .
TU1SbAY, JJ.Vr.JKr t.-iik! tj34. :.waived 'ajui that h'e have leave forthwith,.to introduce a L h ier and Robinson were appointed. a. '
t Tho House was refcricd the petition of.Amelia, Ann:PiDdar, Bajde.Usa, :+ j.
met '
toeing the pursuant.of to adjournment, a quwum I >f oIlO\Vngr 'rREE9__.'.C.:. ._ "'' i bill, entitled '.' An Act to Incorporate a Bank in the coun., Mr. DUPONT, pursuant to previous nohceasked'--
: present journal '
t. yesterdays proceedings wasresul. The Select** Committee, to whose consideration was : ty of Jackson-which was agreed to j and the said bill obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled *. An Act .

l' first time and made the order the day for ation to trading with slaves"-which
Mr. Fonuns referred a petition of Amelia Ann Pindar, praying for a was read the was read
fromlhc Select ; ad
Committee, to whom was and 18 ordered to be written order of the day for to-morrow and
Yofi divorce from her husband, Nicholas Pindar, have bestowed Monday copies: are ,
Mredlhc :
t hill entitled .\ in' eighteen
n't relation
to rafted Mr. MCKENNON notice that on some future day, ordered to be written.Mr. .
, : adrift" due attention upon h or application, and having carefully gave ,
. :Dumber aril 1 the paid 'bill-i is reported ordered the for said till with amendments ts, examined: into the facts and circumstances all edged he will ask leave to introduce a bill to provide for the WARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked
f, a; second reading. on tomorrow in support of the. same, beg !leave to recommend, that the I election of a County Seat in Walton county. rained leave to introduce a bill! entitled .An Act gr .

', I'hi prayer therein" contacted? be granted. With'this view, Mr. DuPoNT, pursuant to previous notice, asked and a lien to Mechanics in certain case "-which !
t. bill
Engrossed entitled "An
on th. Act to impose a tax also I the committee have herewith reported a bill, providing I obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled u An Act to and made the order of the day for to-morrow, and
! exhibitors\ of 18
j shew or Circusses, or other foi the exigency of the occasion. : establish a tariff of Fees": -which was read the first time, pies are ordered to be written. to
in tho
amusement of li'lorida"-was Territory Respectfully submitted, and referred to a Select Committee-:Messrs. DuPont 1lr.V ARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked
th' third time when and
on motion of Mr. BIRD, the oL
EDWARD CHANDLER Chairman. Smith-and Blount were appointed thereon. (mined leave to introduce a bill, entitled *. An Act
went into Committee of the Whole
: thereon Mr. re9 hk
Cir '.".n .cJl from said committee ; And also reported a ,bill, entitled "An Act to divorce Mr. SMITH gave notice, that he will on some future ting the Pilotage: of the Port of St. Mark "-which%
bill with the
iitl reported a ; Amelia Ann pindar and Nicholas Pindar from the bondsof day, ask leave to introduce a bill for the relief of Douglas read an-i made the order of the day for to-morrow. "
.same amendments
for ivSiich; report sundry was agreed to as the a substitute House and there-the matrimony"-which was; read the first time, and made 1 n lmmett. Also, a bill for the relief of Thomas Douglas.Mr. Mr. GAUTIER presentpd the petition of Charles Tri

by the order of the day lor to-morrow. \V.g presented the petition of Jonathan Thigpin, -tvhich with the accompanying documents
1.... ruin tuning: : waived, the said!: hill was read a third time by its I waste feral
titl-i A bill entitled "An Act to define the extent of Monroe praying an allowance therein expressed, which was read :o the committee on Finance.Mr. .
I I and jws: >ed-Ordered that the title be as before st&ted. I
county"-was taken up in Committee of the Whole : and referred to the committee on Claims. FORBES offered a Resolution, which
4 ; A rill, to bo entitled! U An Act to horise.the TrU3I was read
j au_ Mr. GAUTIER from said committee reported the same to Mr. BLOUNT, from the committee ou Enrolled Bills, laid on the table. and
.tees 'v'uwycademy to raise certain of
1 a amount the House, with all but the enacting clause: stricken out- reported as correctly Enrolled : Mr. WARD, from the Select Committee to by. ottcry"-\Vjl read the second time when w whom t'-'
" motion of : on which is concurred in by,the House. An Act to legitimate and change the name of Martha petition of B. G. Thornton was referredreported
.j. Ir. HOBINSON the rule waived the said a bill'
, .killv.ts ; A bill, entitled "An Act to prcvide for the election 01 Higginbotham to that of Martha Crozinr." to be entitled "An Act for the relief of Benj. G. ,!
r : d a third time by it* title and put on its finalPa.sage1'ht Thorn
r and being called Messrs. certain officers in this: Territory"-was on motion of Mr. 44 Au Act to authorize Nehemiah Brush to establish a ton;" which was read, and made the order of the day fcf
yeas nays: ; by SMITH and made tho order of the fog St. John's river called Palatka."
, 1,* + 'r postponed Ferry across at a place Wednesday.
iVs and ar1 were $s follows c Yeas, tiI r. President, I
II next. I An Act to authorise the Trustee of A bill entitled "An Act
I j IVle-r*. HIM; : Mnlloeh. Chandler, DuPont Green Kirk- Tuesday Quincy Academy to Incorporate the College of
A bill, entitled "An Act regulating the returns o&Ca.I to raise a certain amount of by Lottery." Pensacola"-was
l .Isivl!, :McKeijnon, Mooring, Robinson, SYnid,11. Nays, money : postponed and made the order of the
Sa. Executions"-was read the second time, when the ,' An Act to authorise James establish for .
' Caraway to a day to-morrow.
H, r f- ,
-ssrs. : rht s and Priest, 2-So the said bill is passed : ;
House went into Committee of the Whole thereon :Mr. Ocheesee the river." A bill "
Ferry at on Appalachicola entitled An Act to dissolve
I U rd ie.d the
: that the title be is afon>s: tl.1 marriage cnn.
': '. BULLOCH from said committee, reported the said bill with '* An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act to organize tract between Elizabeth Frances
M. .
: I Axnl.tR moved to reconsider the vote by which Thompson and Johi|
all, but the enacting clause stricken out. Upon the :- and the Militia of the of Florida "
4t question regulate Territory Thompson, was read the second and ,
idle t+iil. nistle.d \n Act to d'\fmc the extent of Monroe) third times ; tfe
, .C' 111--\\'rt.'' ; indefinitely postponed which motion of agreeing to the repotted of the committee, the and to repeal an Act passed 1st February, 1832.' Approved rule being waived. an.i put on its tinal passage-the fed

pre- yeas and nays were called by Messrs. Chandler and Gau- 17lh February, li>33..nd and being called Messrs.
i v; ilfd. surf tint ::aid bill was r*std a second time, and made I nays by UuPont nnd Bird we're
lier Yeas, !Mr. President, Messrs. Bird, Blount Bulloch I And amend Act Town Mr.
the : n1"r of tho d;.y fir:1 third reading on to-morrrow. Act to an to Incorporate the yeas President l\If:ssrs. Blount, Bulloch, Chandler
, On ( Forbes, Gau jer. Green, Kirkland, McKennon, Mooring, of St. Marks"Inch were signed by the president Gautier Kirkbnd, Mooring Robinson
ni''tuni ol MrHANDLER, tho! House adjourned aud. Ward, 9.- I
Priest Riz, Robinson and Ward, 14.-Nays, Mr. Chan Mi. WARD from the Select whom :
Xiu'.il ut-moiTo.. 11 o'clock. Committee to was I Nays, Bird), DuPont, Forbes( Green, MrKet t
dler. 1-So the said report is agreed to. referred the petition of 31. H. Phillips and others, made non and Riz, 6-So the said bill is passed-Ordered i thai

.,! tr'1;tXlSi.11', JANUARY wtk, issi. A bill entitled An Act: to amend An Act to Incorporate the f following REPORT : the title be as before f( Mated. : 1

The Hou-! : met puit>uanl to adjournment, a quorum the Town of St. llarls'WI5 read the second The Select Committee to whom was referred the peti A mil, entitled ** An Act concerning P trols"-w'

t being; prestnt! the journal of yesterday's proceeding lime, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading on tion of Martha II. Philip.*, and others, praying a charterto postpon d, and made the order of the day for to-morrow.

t was ivid.iii. lo-morrow. be granted to Thomas Hagan, for a Ferry over Blackcreek A biil, entitled .An Act to Incorporate a Bank in the

a. UULLOCII gave: notice, that he will on some future A bill, entitled "An Act to amend ai: Act entitled' An in Duval county, beg leave! to County of Jackson, was read the second time and made :
I ,
d14Y, i.-U (leave to introduce a bill, to provide for holding! Act to organize and regulate; the Militia oflhe Territory REPORT : the order of the day for to-murrow. .. 1;

l ; th.* next Session \1' the Legislative Council and Court of Florida> and to repeal an Act passed 1st February, That they have considered the same, and are of opinion \n engrossed bill, entitled An Act to amend: an Act 9

,I r': of An M-ils nt the Town of '\ppahicliicola.MI' { 1 32'Approved, 17th Feb. 1832."-Was read the second that: the prayer of the petitioners should be granted entitled Ari Act to regulate the Foreclosure of Mortgages 1,

::1 CHANDLLR;; al l;ed and obtain leave: in pursuanceof and third times, the rule of the house being waived They therefore recommend lhat! the bill now before the by the Courts of Common Law of this r

previous; notice to introduce a bill, entitled An Actrefill and passed-Ordered thai the title be as before stated. House, granting a charter to Ozias Buddmgton, be amend and tor other purpose: ," was read the third time Territory ar.J ,

.I'.inic the itturnof; < 'a Sa Executions-which was A bill, entitled An Act in relation to rafted Lun ber j ed by inserting the name of Thomas Hugan: instead of f sed-Ordered that the title be as before stated- l pas i

r. ,1411 t tt,
turn: ..;; .t" .1! ISopi -a :rc ordered to be writtt'n.t. the title be as before stated. Respectfully submitted of County Courts to
appoint Deputies": was, on motion of
: Gc.N iskcd: and] obtained leave, in pursuance topr i Mr. PRIEST on yesterday, olferod the following Resolution GEO. T. WARD, Chairman. iMr. Forbes, recommitted to a roinmitteeof the whole! j

.:v. t.*o ;j ,-j!'
sin 1'1] an \t to rat-3 tUc Town of .St. Mark.s"vbi Thai the committee on the State of the Territory Ward the
IicorjM: I : vote passing the bill, entitled U.\n Act authof' bill amended, which was concuned in by the IIous and

I \ .*}h rtas read the tirttilllc, and" the order of the be instructed to inquire into the expediency of rising a Ferry across the South pronir of Black creek i in the said (bill was read :a third time and put on its : s j
day' for Sulupiiix: 1. memorializing Congress, on thn subject of the claim of I Duval passage t
; County, was reconsidered, ami on his motion, b l the yeas and nay being req'lirp.d by ;Me-sr.; =. Chandler and
jIr.V a un :u-ive. notice that on some future day, he Georgia to a part of this Territory-which was again readand I unanimous consent of the House the mine of ThomasHa Forbes, were yeas Mr. President, .Messrs. Btnl, !illouut l .;+,

\''iH intmdueo'n bill, entitled An A:.t to authorise the, adopted.Mr. -an, was substituted for that ot Ozias Buddington.wherever Bulloch, DuPont Gautier, Green, Kirkland, ;AleKiii
oo un> elf t t t'uval to raise the of Six Thousand lollirs WARD offered on yesterday, the following Resolution the I > ,
--qm same occurred in the bill-Also, after the Mooring!:, Riz and Robinson, !1:2-Nays, Mt-isrs. Chandler

; !)> 1 Lottery, for the purpose of completing the Court to witResolved: word. time" in the last section of said bill, the words to Forbes\ and Ward, 3.-So the said (bill i.* passed- t",

IJ:'';IM: in >,-id Ctnm'y..Mr. That the committee on Finance instructed tlOll'" were in like manner nsertrd; and the said till wa> Ordered that the title (be 4tAn Act to authmizu Sheriffr' !

: PKILST edited a Resolution, which was read and to inquire into the expediency of completing the erec read a third lime and l'assad-Urdertai timt tho title bp a- and Cltrk; of Superior and County; Courts: to appoint t, I

laid on; the ladle' until lo-monow. fro of the Capitol, and if expedient, to report a bill there before staled. Deputies.! I

.'[r. linn ntle.ted a Resolution, which was read and tor-which was again read and adopted. On motion of Mr. WAIID. the vote passing the hill, entitled The House in Committee again took under con; iderat.on t
Jai:! !1\ l.1.1'! tah e until lo-morrovv. The Houso then adjourned until tomorrow 11 o'clock. "An Act to authorize the County Courts in this A bill to Incorporate the Tallahassee l : Rail Road
f '.l r. Pri''i'b'ii'' !J'liJ before the House communicationfr 1'FRIDA, J.1.'V'U.IRY31at: 1831. i
a Territory to appoint Inspectors of Beef in their resprctneCounties Company"-Mr. Chandler from said committee: reported .
.,f .h! tit (?"". inor-Which was road and !laid on the la- The House met pursuant to adjournment a quorumbeing ," was reconsidered with a view to verbal amendments the bill as amended which was agreed to by the Hou, .

1)1. 'UllU l t t-lljO-'O! -'. present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was -which were made-and the s.iid bill -Aas again and the'tame !is ordcied to be engrossed for a lliird: read-e,
'\lj. Piu:4or. ;rum the Standing Committee on the 1I c- I read a third time by its title and (passed-Ordered th'll the.litlo ing on Wednesday next.J .

lid.i ., 1"1'/1| t'd i n I.til. entitled An Act to amend an Act, WARD gave notice that be will on some future day, ask be, ** An Act to authorise the County Courts in J'he f louse then adjourned until lOo'clock! on ;

(:ntte! :c1 2 an :A.>'f to '.r-iaiiizo' and regulato the Militia! of the leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled, ** An Act regulating Territory to appoint Inspectors of Beef; Cattle in their TC'ESt.IY, FEB. 4th, 1331. to-morrow.

'I'.*riitcri .' t if( l.jri:ji, and to repeal an Act passed 1st tho Pilotage of the River and Ifarbour of Appalachce.Mr. respective counties. The House met pursuant: to adjournment, a quorum l being

j 1| Ir.nii:.iy, i-i-.i2 -approved, 17th February Ib32" : whichfj : FORBCS asked and obtained leave, in pursuance of On motion of Mr. FORBES, ordered that 500 copies: o:' present. the journal ()rYl'tcrday'pruceetlinh"S:: was read.

was tin.* iii l
, ih- day :ill('r.; t to-nVirro-.v{ and 18 copies arc ordered to be Act declaring Juniper creek in the county of Escambia, a Committee on the Magnolia Bank be printed. !leave the Act to introduce a bill, to be entitled An Act in addition to
: \'' ,. navigable stream"-which was read the first time, and I A bill, entitled An Act: to authorise Sheriffs and Ir. WARD cJncerninViHs! and Letters Administration. .
made the order of the for gives notice, that he( will on some) future daY;
day tomorrow.Mr.
; Atm, rt bill entitl,l \n Act concerning Patrols- Clerks o County Courts to appoint Deputies," was again ask leave to introduce a bill, entitled An Act to revive aa .
vh.+ :h uas read tlu t lir-t-lime by its title, and made theo GAUTIER from the Select Committee, to whom the taken up in Committee of th> \Vole-lr.: BLOUNT there Act Incorporating the Town Jacksonville.! :.

-ler! t' day l for :Vlonday next, and 18 copies are or* same was referred, made the following from reported the bill to the Hou-c with amendments, Mr. WARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked! and obtained

d- I .tI J to tH' \\ riu':11 REPORT : which was concurred in, and tht' said: Dill! is ordered tor a leave to introduce a bill, entitled: "An Act to establish! and regulate -

fit:: Uoi{ r the St. Johris a hi J Nassau ri

u'H 'r eotuidcr.iti; 'ui, t hill to Incorporate the Tallahasl of Elizabeth Frances Thompson, praying divorce I A bill, entitled An Act to dissolve the marriage eon- "'vets"-tviieh second was read, and made the order of the Jay fora: !Road from_her husband, John Thompson, have had the same I of D. reading on .
HI 'tHllpauy"-i\1r.: CHANPLEU from said 'tract Henry Stone and Sarah N. Stunt ," was rc: .Mr. BLOCNT gives notice, that
:: on some future he will
con: ,liPPi'. repoited and asked leave under consideration, and from the facts set forth in said the third time and day,
progress, to sit again ; I passed-Ordered that the title be as ask leave to introduce the iul.'oxvini!' ; bills:-A bill to authorise
vvlt.h: VHH roncurred in by the House.Mi. petition, sustained in an annexed certificate from respectable before stated.A William A. Bell to build! a Bridge across the Big Bayou in

,I I HI.ot'Ii'I'J : from the Select Committee, appointed' toe names, have arrived at the conclusion, that said. resolution heretofore piescnted by Mr. BIRD, on the E cambia County. .

"utiine into the onditiOU: of th, Merchants & Planter' prayer of the petitioner should be granted, and in pursuance subject of representation, and the amendments thereto Also, a bill to alter! the time of holding the Superior Courts
t Link or! thereof, have reported a bill to annuli the in the Western District of Florida.
( JiagnClJia snide the hallowing Report.Which marriage offered, arc postponed and made the order of the day fur ,
[l was published in our last. contract between said parties. Saturday the 9th of February.A gives notice, that he will on a furore day: ;
ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled \n Act establish.
Which u(;!s read and 500 thereof PETER GAUTIER, Jr. Chairman. :
copies are ordered to
bill entitled
be Which was read and "An Act declaring Juniper creek, in ing a board of Wardens tier( the Port of! K'vT. cst, and for
printed. agreed "
the of "
county Escambia\ a navigable sli -am, was mudthe other purposes
\j r. President laid !before the House, a communicationfrom A bill, entitled 4t An Act to dissolve the marriage con- second and third times, (the rule hein; waived) and! Mr. ROBINSON gave notice, that he will on some future day:

the Governor, as follows : tract between Elizabeth Frances Thompson and John passed-Ordered that the title be as b tolt_. stated. ak leave to .titroducc a bill t for. the relief of Isaac: Nathans, and

Thompson" was read, and made the order of tho day for The House:: in committee of the Whole, again took i..ii.t. u'rs.: "
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, a second reading on Monday next. under consideration the .* Bill to Ineorporat the Tallahassee Mr. WARD from the committee on the Slate of the Territory, t
JANUARRY 29th. 1834. A bill, entitled An Act to authorise the Co. Courts in this Rail Road trnade I the following Report : t a

The President, oftht Legislative Council : Territory, to appoint Inspectors of Beef in their Compall-\1r. Ch/uidler from said The Committee on the State of the Territory, to whom J'

Sir-I have: the honour to nominate on the part tive counties"-was read the second time' and the respec-House committee reported progress, and asked leave to sit again, I was referred the expediency of Revising the several! Laws r
t which, is concurred in 1 by the House. detininu, the County.. Boundaries, beg leave '
of the Territory 1 dui, t. Gamble Romeo LewIs'm.. B.' went into committee thereon-Mr. FORBES, from said. to '
The House I
then adjourned until next at 12 REPORTIt
: Monday ,
Is'iittall'reoman 1 1'itzgerald and Henry Gee, E.vq'ra, asDirectors committee, reported the bill with amendments, which was o'clock. That they consider new
any enactment the
I on subjects;
of the Union Rank of Florida. agreed to-the rule of the House being waived, tho said MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3d, 1534. inexpedient, and therefore pray to be discharged: from further

I am respectfully., your obedient servant bill was read a third time by its title and passedOrderedthat The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum consideration of the subject. Respectfully! submitted,

WM. P. DUVAL. the title be a!> before stated. being present, the journal of Saturday's proceedings was GEO. '1'. WARD, Chairman.
And thereupon the House went into secret session on A bill, entitled An Act to amend 'An Act entitled I Which was read and agreed to.

the rumiinutioiH therein contained ; and advised and con an Act to regulate the Foreclosure of Mortagages by the read.Mr.. President laid iefore the Council, the following f. Mr. Riz from the Select Committee on Printing made the
sent' i'' to ih- allie-whcn the door waagain opened. Courts of Common Law of this ; following REPORT:
and for communication
.. Territory other from his Excellency the Governor which < That the Committee have received the following
: CIU.NDLI.II moved that tho proposals:
r. communication from purposes"-was read the second time and ordered be read wit o
to was to :- fmm'illi m AN ilscm, for the Printing of the Sessioiol
his Lxecilcney the Governor, this day communicated to engrossed for a third reading on Monday next. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 'ihe Council ; au.l. that they believe the terms present proposed areas

the Iloii e, together with the documents accompanying A bill, entitled "An Act to amend an Act to Incorporate TALLAHASSEE, February 3d, 1334. } low as can now be obtained Respectfully submitted,

th >i same, touching the conduct of an officer therein the Town of St. Marks"-was on motian of Mr. JAMES RIZ, Chairman.

'ii; m,xd, be refeired to a Select Committee-The same GREEN, referred to a Committee of the Whole House. Sir-I have approved signed, and filed in the Sect kirk BULLOCH from the Select Committee, to whom was re.

motion wile I pending, when on motion of Mr. BLOUNT, from said committee, reported the said bill 1 tary's Office the following Acts : erred the bill for the relief' of Shannon & Ballad o mad the

Mr. ROUINSON tie House until An Act to repeal certain Acts the following REPORT :
adjourned to the House with amendments ; which was agreed to, organizing Courtsof : The Select I,
11 o'ciont. to-morrow'j Fa tte." (Signed &c. Feb. 3d 1834. Committee to whom: was relerred the consideration -
and the said bill was read a third time and passed-Or ) ) of the bill, entitled "An
Act for
the do
THURSDAY, JJJVUARY 30M, 1834. dered that the title be as: before stated. An Act concerning the authentication of Conveyance Ballagh," have concluded to rehel'oShannon/
:'be I Hous report the same without amende -
met to adjournment .
pursuant a quorum A bill, entitled "An Act to divorce Amelia Ann Pin uient..

'bemj; present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings wasreul. dar and Nicholas Pia'lar, from the bonds of matrimony" "An Act to amend an Act to Incorporate the Town of The Committee have examined: the facts on which said Act

I was read the second time-tho rule of the House being St. :Marks." for their relief is sought (from the CouAicil, and find that the

On motion of Mr. CHANDLEry the documents transmitted waived, the said bill was read the third time by its titles An Act to authorize Nehemiah Brush to establish I a said Shannon &. Ballagh held oa the first Monday in February: I

u'. yesterday to the Legislative Council by hi and put on its final passage ; the and Ferry across St. John's river, at ,a place called Palatka." last, in the Town of Appalachicola, property; the Territorial

JEx; ('tll:: 'II\.y the Governor, are comnuttod without instruction thereon called by Messrs. Green and yeas nays being "An Act to amend an Act, entitled 'An Act to organizeand tax on which, amounted to Eighty Dollars, and that the whol<
Chandler were .thereof '
yeas was destroyed bv fire in
; themonth or March'thereaftci
to the member representing Monroe County. Mr President, Messrs. Blount, Bulluch Chandler, Gau : regulate the Militia of the Territory of Florida.and The Committee are therefore
opinion that
Air. \\ Ahfl, j'r\\s'.Mfled: the petition of li. G. Thornton, to repeal an Act passed the 1st of Feb. 1832 it would be le'l
j tier, Kirkland, Mooring Priest and Robinson, 9-Nays, and approved just and oppressive to retain the tax paid on the aforesaid pro
v.:: l' u \-..arifeired to a Select Committee-Messrs.Vt Messrs. DuPont Forbes Green, l4lcKeiiaonRlz, Smith the 17th of Feb. 1833." perty, and therefore report the bill as belbre stated.

.nj, il'iin; ana c Riz were appointed then-on. and Ward, 7-So the said bill is passed-Ordered that !I An Act to legitimate and change the name of Martha JAMES D. BULLOCH, ) '

i'Ii: (;.\U1'IEI moved that tho bill entitled An Act to the title be as before stated. Higginbotham, to that of Martha Crozier. PETER NV. GAUTIEit. > Select

A mrrd an Act, entitled an Art to regulate the Foreclosure A bill, entitled An Act for the relief of Jesse H. .' An Act to authorise Ja.nes Callaway to establish a JONATHAN ROBINSON, ) Committee.

of 14.\. rT asje'! !*, by the Courts ol Common Law of this Willis was re..d the second J time, & made the, order of the Ferry at Ocheesee, on the Appalachicola river." entitled Which was An read Act .for and the agreed relief to, and on his motion, the bill)

1\'rH"rf. :b"e placed! on the orders of the day lor/ Friday day for a third An Act to authorise the Trustees of Quincy made the Shannon- '& Ballagh. wi_ I
reading on Tuesday next, and 18 copiesare < order of the. day for a second reading to-day.
iioxl-,vhicb prevailed. ordered to be written. raise a certain sum by Lottery." A bill, entitled An Act to provide forth. election of cer i iuin
Al .. \\1 AnD moved that the bill, entitled *. An Act toauthoiise Very respectfully o1>'t officers in ;
The committee of the whole House again took under your servant, this Territory, was; on motion of Mr. Gurni.;

'tliti County Courts in this Territory, to' appointIii'perturs t consideration the bill, entitled "An Act to Incorporate the W M. P. DUVAL. ;postponed, and made the order of the dav for .Wednesday. :
their Hon. JOHN WAItENPresident of the Council. A bill, entitled "An Act for relief '
Counties" the
of.Ih'ef.. in respective : e Tallahassee Rail Road Company"Mr.. CHANDLER from of Jesse H. Will.;
}Vaoeil; among; the orders of the day for to-day-whlcb said committee, reported and'asked Mr. GREEN gave notice, that he will at some futuf pose on motion of Mr. WARD, postponed, and made the order.
leave ,
progress to sitagain f the for
d. day ask leave to introduce a bill,,to be entitled An A., day to-jnorrow. "
.t. : which was agreed to. A bill entitled
bill the ol I for the more effer.tualsuppresion of frauds in the "An Act giving a'litn to Mechanics 'in cc.m ;
A' : "An Act to
entitled" Incorporate College The House then ma "
adjourned until '
to-morrow 11 o'clock; of Banks." cases, was on motion of Air. WARD, postponed, an\
Peustcii; ;i"jtt -'\' the second time, and made. the order MTUKDJYi FEB. lt. 1834. agement tae the order of the day for to-morrow.:

tIt ih day' for Monday.+ ,The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum Also that he will, at,some future day, ask leave to ntroduce A bill, entitled AD Act in relation to ttadingwith-ns

4fc Jilr.'V\ *'A an 'fruit the .Select Committee, to 'bo'hlV.I eing present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was .a bill, to be entitled "An Act to Incorporate t-! tiling motion of Mr.: BLOUNT, postponed- and made the ord<

; /err d HM'.pe.tjtiou of 'Jesse H Willis, reported a bilk, re
tp'be entitled Ah Actior_ the relief of Jesse H. WUUV'prevae Mr. UDJ.LOCK, gave notice, that he will on some future breed of horses. ,t f.:On the motion Whole'of Mr { .uD.the.HQ. secwellt into Committt$

., '. '. ".. ''.. ... .",,) .;w'i.." >r ." r, iiuLLocii, pursuant to previous- notice, asked auu fotgeof Port oqthe.biI of St., enjitled "An Act regulating thftl}-
/I' .. ; thf b1arb"-Mr. void
z4: .. ..,._ 100<.. 444 P !. Fort A s5 reported
,. '. -

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lit ..__. ., 1 __ .1 \ "--

'fJ-..- i -
men, w i Grt'b dt8-6s "' '-"II eJ -
l t" .4VQ 'fIY ,
waived said bs.e _'t 'bo .feu. exiSt nce-r; be JOJ. "r T .r1 ,- 1' -, ,_" 4 _. .__,
rule being Iessly r rro n ; tb:1-q.-
he & 4'
time and passed-Or ered tl1:11al.rea appeals u OrdiDgI 'evidence of he to be de ndcnt G "I -t until the efi uf the withdrattal or tI.e iE\V
ird slated. truth of his solemb.d claration, tbat his ONE on aLI# ntthey, "for 1 k1 .' 11ing pOrt f this vicw .YORK..Jan. 2!.
lUTION nnd
have .
before conduct COTTON.-Tho
8O C
be IS has been l tbat the branch Irall f ,joal btye beea
10 yourcity has been in blbitof
the following uDimpead abJe. !d.
yestercay He Thu."Stat.e
she tdlr oB red on has derived in.t ueicieeoritsleSritim:1te q iif 'ltmited nud ,'ontined
'ulrnoat :
greatly inCleasing its ItJans between the txclasiyel
] no profit er benefit mmithof ,
..0&to from has
witJtcsO"t the Bank not the
th.fht to
decide to borne
upoo'tT&e eonstitutionalityof manufacture.
in except and April Instead of which Too sale"il rona-
That the Committecon Finance be, tbe receipt or his moderute an a t. : nuary dning three,
J..R 'instructed to etamine aU the facts stopped by its fa.Hure salary, which is citizens (rom the operation bgJesa of to ctjts. they will n"w be compelled to reduce them, if they days mount to aboui 600 balct-Of wbi b
) behas such
bf ;
not speculated pay their debts, at least T\YO or 250 were Upland lOa
THREE XILLlOrSof at 11
2ndcu connected with. the .ratlahasseei in ils Zlnd has act, and to maintain withiu her cents ; 200,Fbr_
ntr tbe
paper limits
not beeointerestc4 authorities doUara. These ,
a nlanncr the several CommissionfilllJ Stock. in ita rights and liberties are not imaginary views. 'fbey ida and Ioriile, 11 3-4 a 12 1.2 ; a d 15 s.
: what Aa tbe I appertaining to. Sov.ercign
n a-e baRed official documents.Again. .
ot be
agent of upon Orlean
discharged thcir duties j their commis- pursued their State.3d. a 12 1-2 ceais. There unino
lal't'S .nd charm-'S: Th purpo s to which Iieved were tjons,faIr,h c at the time, be fully be-I I That the States have no rijrht to secede from the C41mmunitv. The, bank bv a withdrawal has beell asaiJed of its :1S circulating injuring prime N e ,Orleans in market. rc"lIy
acd the
appnJpriatedj the amount paid honest and union ynder
which ,
heen he il circumstan es -
any in.asmuch
w i
teverj L the Cacts
m 813 te in the
sId yet confident will C:1se.
f1missioners cont-actors and to lawyers, and not herwise. a secC3S would
prove o Ifhe on DEST&OT THE ti2UTT 01' 1831, Jan. 1s tbe actaal circulation ltL RINE
to cl3nct noW d e thp Ter tory fronl said fund. has erred, hi. error has been of THE NATION.4th. of Lhe bank LIS'I'.
jlldgment, not \Vas : : : : 19,91.1,740
facts m relatlOn to the contrart1I of intention. Tbe That the of
the matl"rial blame, which with the cno constitute ple the twenty f ur States. 1833, Jan. Isl, the actual circulation PORT .!' Oci jJALtKS.
rand buildinlt the C3pitol; the cau es which IO guant fee1ing tbe ONE. PE8PLE. of the
fI undersigned bas le bmk W3S : : : : 1 i,459,671
rned .
fft:the failure or the c..ntrn tors to r.omp ee the many. whose good opmion he 5th That. the members of Concpress. "are all rep_ 1834, Jan. 1st, lhe aetual circubtionor .- CLEA.RED-J.A". 2 -
situatum of the busmess r gards, consider resent:1tives of thc United S hr. Spy
1I1d the .preseut ; uttathes to him for States ; NOT REPILESENTATU'ES the bank was : : : : 19, OS)379 POpt'. CharJeston S. C.-243 baJ
this Hou full a:1d dt'tailed having reported certain OF cotto:, 4 hilles
ft'Oarto make to e K CUECKS THE P\RTICCL.1R ST.\TE FROM WillCH This statemcnt shoNs vou, that their circulatIOn.ootwithstandin to sundries.
t I transaction.s a CASU, in his official THEY CO E and that th Feb. 3.-Schr. Threc
of the W 10 e ; V' Ire not" accountable SisteT8 i
t31Cment to the Governor report to it f the pr sure on thc mnncy m rket Elbtnv." aground in tbe
That s3id committee have 011 the 4th r ANT .I'f
Resnhord, power N av. last, he is ACT DOSE THI I' aroR I.1.NCJ OP and the reductin( tf tht'lr loans, has increascd

to send fIJr such.person.s. at d papers, as may unronscious of deserving. The untersigned THEIR 6th. LEGISL.\Tn'E FUNCTION"f." nearlv two millintu of dollars withiu the last Schr. Lzdy W ilshinglon, P. H. S\vaim. tLr N.

theIr Im'estlgauon. appeals confidently to aU 'rl1.1t the States have" not retained their Hmv i Orlcms-i6 hellcs cdttun, 5S 8Iav "
JJ 6I'rssarin commercial gentlemen entire year. th i to be explained] Every practical by J. MI);. .
Whidi were again' read, .the eas.mJ nays acquainted snverc tpnt7th. \. banker E.-.qr.-Pa enbrers-Cdpt John
with undcrstands Noor
Backmg transaction it, while to the Empires.of J. Ricks.
the adoption of saul Resolutio"S That the.tlIJtgimce of Eoq., Mrs. LeV1 US and
briog rt'quircd on whether CUECKS nre not our, citizern i duc the Kitchcll Cabiuet, it is Jlcomrehensiblc.-( chtldrcnIonsier J.1que
follows-Yeas ,Mr. Pre always regarded as to thc United States linniuc, and several
as ident THE The names
\\'l"re I"msr is that not knuwn.
C SH in all transactions. So and lN5TANCE reason on the onc hand a pmic: h3S ___. ,_
DuPont Forbes the undersj not to tJleir h
!f rs. Bird, Blount, Gautier, considered these ned respect States. commenced, while on the other, the confidence 'oflhe lOtS fR l DR.
Green McK' lIon, Priest, Ri., Smith and \Vard, cbecks-he reccived them a These :tre the dnctrinci of the Proc1amation ; public ill the btnk: of the Ul1Ited States i un.I D 1ltonns! the ladies and COMFOllT. NlIpccally

J'Nl\'s, Messrs. tilhCh, Chandler, Kirkland, cAsH-charged them as CASl'l, and ,regarded and they ha\Oe, at the special instanl"e of t.he Presidcnt I limited. The panic !Iai )roducl'd huarJin The its vicinity, tt.\t he gelurccel of,T\III h..s.J.1d
and Robinson, 5-Su the samt are them asuch, in produced the Force Dill fir their confiJcnce r"wn's Hotel may now : fount at
lk' every respect., cornpl te ill thc bJnk has induCl'd the timid C:1pitalist 'vh re he "ill t nder the hi
The undersigned feels cxccutiun. 1'hii meeting doth solemnly to hnrd / :wmal ervires in tin its prot "
adllpteJ. he bas ZI right to prtcit a.gainst the norc of .his institution, \\"lIiclJ, V..UIOUS hranhes viz '
bill, to bt enttt1cd ", n Act to Incorporatc appeal to the members of tbe commit them, and as sol mnly deny their legitimate e\Oen its ItlU3t unplacalJle ellemi admit will b PtIf"ctltJ n Tedh single or in sets, on gold plat ,:so

the Colltt't' of Pensar.ola, was on motion of Mr. : the Council who examined eo of deduction from the compact which established Ule paid un Jlle.enta1 un, in specie. I will puriUC thissubjl'ttlltl i closdy rescmhJin nature as to avoid , and I'
said FeJ such
BLOt T,postpuned, and m:1de the ord roftl.e day'flr officers who 800kto the ral Government ; and the Association llDW further I 8hollld. huwcver, be a t ith.Ic 11 mmncr, as not t"e the INLSt 'plssihle
executed the fi'rm p"1in-1t j well
proees.i of the Court d will resi a them in now tstabJi.hcJth.\
ttl.morrow.A c 'c."y propt'r manner. Rentmel, w"hin' Ihe encroachments uC
hilI, entitled .An Act to In }rporate a Bank of of Chancery, by which tbe paper und effect; Tu this cnd, tJcy! RE (L\'E, TlJat the prescntmcctin if I Jld l\H emre,; strnng ar ,rehtnsions power ttaa-I \ un\lt decidedly ra.le supurior hy the effert to all oth'r anificial tedh, beIn -' .

flf Jackson was taken in Cem.I:1 the Bank have been tered be or nized intu an As..lciatim to he the ".lIrt' of add" or any 'orrodtn
in the CIUnty up eque and to the wa .'et to "orne, anJ my firm belJefthat :uoslance. supplic\1 wth:
uet Ilf the W'hule-1\lr. Dv PONT therelrom, reporttJ entlemen appointed the receivers o! the et: dpnominaLed OF HTH : STATE RIGIIT PARTY if :he local bll1ks: Ctl11ue to pay spt'cie throu h .)f n1:1tcri\ls, Dr. CO FO T !8 a.lre.t choict f.'r.'0 I: .tleu:

pro2ress, and asked leave to sit again, feets of the Bank, whether in all bi con uct GEOtGl.:1nd! rccammend mectillg in all the wih r, it wi : t uwjug to the indulgence )f aolltnt of .dl c s s wbi h auy prp VC pt"i t it J. '.ldn.He

wJlcll; was Igreed to by the House.A hey bave seen the least disposition to the countie. fir the purpu-c of con tituling simibr the U. Stare.ank.. ,,'ill wtlit upon ladi, s at th r sd"n;" ',d. .nc.L

bill, en ltled "An Act concerning Patm1!," any information ssed supprc.-s associations tu he conneclel) with th:1t which will I.v a nticJ p:1 tl.J01in rl'a rd to thc election of .u lIi lia n1V n\:, '1;' II.' c 1 ...

1rIS on muth) uf Mr. PRtEST, taken ur in Cmu.mluee aid in his poss hy him, or wathhnld be tilTllle at .Milledgevilie, a$ Ihe Cl'utr31 ASJoci- Mr. I'aze\\', as G'''! !':lUr or Virginia, has bceure:1liz'd. UJl Rl R COLt'e'1i .L" -
any ation.UESOL'ED. .
to .f .
of the \Vhltle-Mr. lkJ4LOCU therefromtt'pnrted the power pron.otca the inleres( oi" fl e li.I" ) votes i\'cn to lr. D.tnicl, ISconsulered 1.CH.l..CRRY, "

the said bill amcnded--wlJich agreed public ; add he also trusts, that his fe'.I'Iw. l'iJ3t the uctrines oftht' Vir inia & IS c Wl, lt :trellh of the Kitchell The "Ccntral Bank 01 FId, : I," I nil tHt"rl .

to bv the 1I'lUsc-and the said bill i3 ordered to betD citizens will suspend their opnions as lu nis Kentuckv It'sulutions, ai c.IIl'itrued all.ll1uder toud CJhip.ct putv: in till' Ll' i..tT'lie: lIf llt'! : SI.He.CI)1111tCtCJ .- Vomptua J, and ian.29th.sllbp na.

rl ed fOI a third reading on Thursclay. con uet. tin he can be afforded an bv Ir.' jetferson, and triumphanth' cted upon in with :,Ir D.lIIid's trial uf strCil'th aainst \l1t.II.n [.) thC1

bill, entitled ., An Act f I r-.r. .'' '!ulay inuk

Ballagh," WIS rctd the ecnnd :1n.1 tlurdtHne Chncery filed against the Bank and its offi.cers 3nll the crecd that of the State Hi"lts": Put. or Georgia ; tllf m omitted nuticin hut which I w:1l: now re- j : Gf d JII anll, tlht'Mtl, and Th" nas I 'h.-"I), I B-1, at.

(the rule uf the Hunse being waived,) antlpolt \ Jich he a'i...all ullconstitul unallaws are null and ate. Dct :ld:1IIts. cicas'l'.lhh5See! Leol.
will do as soon as it is in his VOHJ, we wIll whene\'cI' the ,I ( ".m'-_
exi Yon
final the ari'ie recoHect that last -
on Its passa c ; yeas and navs being pruper el1cy autumn, tlli nllemln'i. ALL wno:1 IT UJTO _
ctlil'J tlaer'un, werc 'ef1S, Mr. Prctlent;l\Ics
Binunt. B'llIClCh, Cha ndler, D uPon t FnrheiGtJtrr F bruJr)', 1834.FROlI the Slate mav order and direct.RESOL'ED hi h'ill p tt rc J J. "mCL' ,)f Att.lru.'v. 1 balh bc"n filtcJ as wct! in ehalf of the .. Ctntral Bit'

: : Klrkll1Id, McKinnon. .Moorin'; Prl'c t'I : THat we c.m itler the }'Irce Bill as It wa Lh 1I rumrc.l lh It he Cdmt" JIL're I ,r the Gu k "f Firitb," in bch..lf nOli fo 'he btnefit 0'

RIZ& I touIOIl, 14.-.ays, 1essrs. Green 0" Smith ST. DO\I1-iGO-Il\IPORTANT. larillg infbc1 on of State li hl and a gross pJrpJ e 111' tUlIiJJg "IHIlC enquirie a. to tJ\ CJW.luments sur.1I othel' creditors of the rh; )Jcrch.\Iti and Planer's -

:mJ t\'atJ, 3. l) the s:1 d bill is pJssedrdcred The New Orlt'llIs Advertiser of the 17th iust. outrage lIpon thc libcrtil'i of the p'o ,le ; that its &c. oi the !I.ttiou. Not He 11\11: : Bank, 'I,( \tagrflh, t1"i may apply tn.. become

thai tlae wIt' he l'i lIefort "tateJ.fhe says, "C ptain Eldrid o the ship \IcrimIk, eontiliuance upon tlte statute book i inch sn act other "Jevs. Hi'i ohj ct was ,e Go\'ernorslail) 'If r rL cs ('( U. Iailllat.. tn stid bIt!, by lel\'c of :d Court.

Huasl' tbell &Jdml1led unti1 JO o'clock on which arTived last e\OeUln trom St. DOIllIl1 (, tntirrns of usurpation :1S ought nut to be submitted to by VirLr1nja.. H. ;Iated tlIJe Pe'iidelt, t1lt: as Goernr ,"- a. OJrt.ort.ln-./lid) b.l l.t and"he the rllC"! ntl pl'ati"e or Slid
Ug tbat it was generally there that free 3ud independcnt stHe ; and that wevill of 6t tate he r..tht on reI-urn of the s\111 Sub x1t
tlIlorrtHjLjRIDIlN\ expected use rlIJer tl.c '"rr.. :JlH on JI':1 l}' the thud of .
thy 'larch
the Island would shurtlv- --. h---ntL..r.I."tll1U't"p.----- -'J ... .'r..,.,.h"., our exertions to counteract the principleJ of the .'lIly at hOHC: but throu :(1llt thp. naLio:, tnI rl' e.. l.1 tb. frc J"on, ur uo so" ml'rraftt"1"n .x. a.: I t "d,

n.d that great preparations were making to put proclamation, and tn obtIin a repell of said bill." :el1'bl Sl'rvicc than in ll Y "t Il'r p\, 1.m. lIt" tlJlIi i 1Jl'm!, al'plicuiull will IJc It'lt.C to!S s..ll.J C.) m('cl ":llt

: It lit a state of de1enoe. 'rhe firtificatiuns arourldtlrt hec lIn the "pl.t cultl1datc; of t Je E\.ecu1: VtTh I I :d.t, l' .1ti", for a.n ClrJer'':rt 3.t

aufrince wert" r pairing, nnd ,)thers erectIII Correspondence of the..V. Y. Couri r Enquirer 1 Ciut .ou ha\ kCII..Mr. 'c"i.: s!(I ;l ln auJ !hniL l1; rhe ILue In hkh Mlcn r

.aa il. 5 aS.TGHD.Y n Ith the cxception of the excitement crea- \\ASHINGl'O D. c., Jan. 10. l i4. S.mtha-tl, this Gay, closecl his rl'mark< in "I'.JIi."r: ,t.. inlend to bo"l r rli..s L', hill aE

t d h.v rhe cxpected attack of the French, the Is. TIle Ulllk: of thc Unitl'd StateJ has transnuttedtl the Sl'nate.-t-le has ad\led rcatly to his reputa.tiun ,tt..n'.ti:!, m..y corne in an; tpl'Y! tI' tat! pu"p'se.-

FBltl.t\ItY: 8.CtSrUL laud W l1 in a p rfectly tranquil state." ) rile l'rca ury Dt'partmt'nt a 8tatement or its li a IOI ic:11 and e 11't'lIt JT13n. r\lr. C.houll! And l..o, tl applicaxion .i11 then anti there Jad

CInCt'rn to the 1st instant. It i3 an imronant and has the flutr t lr fCln I'I:. Tne a s'lmJtlln ufpnwer 10 MiJ C'ur:, t" limit Siiill ti.uc lo.11.nday ttC; se cath
f-l ; 'c\i r : tb of -pnl
B LOID.-A iutert'stUl }
) leuc t1e document. It
FOR THE FLOIUDUN.lIR. presents :mch a vie\v or has h'en 80 extl'll:i\.cly discu.-s'd, thai. I D:1ted Ft 1
[lUll,n auJ fiualcill: ski1! wilh wt1 ch this inititu-I DDITORA thr electioncerin the afl ir$ of the institution as oU2'ht tn dumht ulhi think \-Ir. Calhoun will Cut i1t: tilm..dl: i'filHipal.v !- JA rllar lES] 6th, B-I. ,.
tJ"u J1 IICen c"llductl'J, icxhibitc..: hy its a rulityto now bt'gius to ,'ax warm ; and a tbere b campaign e'idcnt.J.vJ the pander its tlfpm\'l'r, who hJ\'c endeavored to des- to I.e Hiltject: of currency. If it i. po"-ile! t.t Sol'r. and (,r(uun:e1lor Complanallts..:Jr. s:

nitla.tauJ the mc: which has fl'cently LcentI trIO! cretlit imd ch3racter. I now prnrose t. gain aJmitrauce to the Senate, I will har him, but Ft'b. 8th, 1834. I -m J
strong' desire manifi'stiug i elfdail.\o :1mong thl" 1ilrnish vou with a few ilclm, j 'lIm thl tatemcnt. the crtH11lJe l imlOl'llse.llr. i I .
ljL'CI1l it 1 Jr :Jecie TJ s WlS the uatural conIl' people of Flow] tl13t To ri ht :UPERIOlt COTJRT--"iL ,nLf; DI TIUtT.
:, the cnsuinfr catl\'as huhJhe a ulhler3tauding nf thun, snme prelimin- VallllerrJlI If Statl" "
is -
yalta. tlnking relt: LCD.' C !." .
ftlle : TY. _
UlIC () excited stiJte of the :
puLlic feding, cnuducted PtIELY a rv rcmJ rks a r necessa:\'. fir ( .
upon PRISCIPLE ; he plcasetlto preparation a cch in the other House. Oil 'UULES ;\tTIS' aau.1 hIClBRD "
IJfllJUCl'J by thl' suspension Cf spec.e payment3 b.tIt.DJuk msel't ill your paper, the fillowing preamblc aud 'In mj' letter of till' 7tl;of l' bruary, 1333, I re Munday Mr Camlrdeng Ins the ALLes. Isq'rs. Llleceiu S Ilf .

ul1a ll.Iia.: On tn.JIJJY tile Balik uj.freJ Uesnluuons, :1d\Jpted by the St3te Ri l1t Party 01 fcrrcJ to a repurt which had been prcpHctl by the I THE SPY INV.SHl GTO\. Co.1'I (1 CI'mcery. tfthe .' .t'1 Iltre passonth1

is! ClCck on the uOrlh It pu', Imt it was Georgia, at a meeting held in fi11 : ExchlIlgc Cnmmittec. uf ttH bIllk, an 1 hUll bc.-t re .Vistrit oj PorU1 i. the C'dSt ca5e UpOll promi.
the .
dgeville atwlich Committec uf a\s and l\Jeln of Cfntr. Bpl of F/Jl tela"
tbe Hou
I11Urt.'st: eof FR( TilE 'iOR.'OLK s s.
60.111 tlllt BE.tCOS, .H. 23. .,
UII existetlfi.'r
lll'chsity a connuaDCc the venerable ''11Iiam H. ill p"illaut: TIlt .
Crawford had thc Rl'prest'ntlhn that Itller, I sav-U The.. IMPORTANT A\D vE1inft "ltro'h lIts } 'u1lm'lns 3dtlu
: lIf the measure. Tllc dcmant) for specie Iionor of presiding. bJllk report exlllbitj thc sum uta! of:111 ihe cJaima STRAXGE.A PlI'ltc '' l1allk oj J1 'gll irt" rcsp.ItlldLUlfcr:

bs i:1a "reat. measure cClsrd, ji.r tile Ja8t two The Prl'amble and Resolutions aiust the institutioll, anllJullting to less than thir. commercJal friend ha: politely 'Jtr rdecl usI I l'Iurmas G. GortIo:}, a'ld EJuzrd S5 OO danuge3.
breathC:1 spirit ofp3tri"hiID the followiug cxtmct from a lettcr lhted tho l1hinit. J.iX6L3, DfjC1lllrr't1Piaimit} s. \
rs. Inllr J in inslnl1ccs it has t.vight milliUllJ of tlulars and
SD1 'be"n the total of
rptued In(1 sum
p\'inf"f I fi.n "Jan,1 livod _l..cp,";.. it. ....". t.o p"y .J,. t, Dn"DUn ., received lJy 1a t evening's mail, fwm his I :
h UCGlhl'ihtyone
} thMsc whn witbdrew it, unr r a momenan ation upon the part of the tate Hi .t P1rty of miliiuns of tlnll:1rs lca\'illg thrc correspondent in l' ew Orleans. In the LP''t.\SDCn E PATTOS, defcolVn: J .
; tlrty
pauic. A' a ml1ter: uf prectlttiun, llOwe\'cr, Georgia, to brillg once more JUlo existCllc tllU l' millinlls of tllJ brs to tli\'idc their stockhul, I i of the iuformatiolt it imparts the T n.: L cf.ntfant in Mid ClSt'. and 1\11 olher persor.
amung most ml rcst d. will take ; .
111;b3uk'tJa. ordered a c m'ldcra LIe sum in specie Rcpuhlican principles which in 1801, placed till' ders, wlJ ch is a lIrplus of eic.rht millions beyond implicit confidence may UP. paced.! The writer IIlth this d\y issued in 5aict nnlce ca, c that, fur\0 Twenty-j..jve AU3.cnment

1rOJl X'-'W Orlcans. The hank .ssesses urm.1rdsuf power and pJtroIla e of our Go\.ernment into the th whole amoUllt 01 thl origi.lal c3pital." : be in his lettcr ".' stating, that the Huudred D )!!arg dama c., alhl cos s. rcturnabl: to the

elgl.ty tht'lI :lDd olars: in Northrrn funds, aIm hands of thc immortal sage of lonticcJJo, :Hltldrm'e ten.It j Let almost us nuw one lIllke-vear since tlat letter h'as writ. !I (at the time of wriling) I. the StWc'rest ever first Odc.udlnt lhy ofthe;and ne all other t A p1"! T rm of said Court, lull said

ftlU ('qualtu tho :mltUnt of nntes in drcuJa- to thc shades of retirement he a statement experienced in tbat Ject on of tbe U uited red to ald persons in'eresred, are r qu .
author of the at the prcsent timc. On tfIt 1st instant the whole apl'c lr : pla tCl tilt: .!':ehration tiled i:1 lid
'm A stu:1.ler anl sara iU'ititutulI; do s nnt exSliq 3hominable "Alien :md seditinn LIw." :1moullt ofcaim3a pinst4fle b1uk, W:1$ Jbout 29-, I States.l case, ccordin; to the clT tute in such case mldcmtd

the Lnit"d Statl' If it had not a dollar in Prtmble and resolution. of t/4t State rights .: Iecling 500 OOO do1l3rs.ol'he sum lotal uf assets to pay i hile the anticipated injury to th- Sugar lro\ j.ttcJ JA\IES FdJrlury ISf, A. [. 18.1. ..

its \'au't'' ib notes 'YOIJd! he at:1 tf thec cul.ln 1: \lS a hout crop is Cf ply to be lanwnted there is D. 'VES1'COTT, Jr.
pfl'lnium two in .Uilledgevillt, .'. 13, ISj3."The sc..l'llty three rnillion 1 much Feb. q. .r2G3.lIl. ..H'.. .. .k_ o.l'
r ceut ill this city, because tllt..y would purchu l relatiuns hctween the "'edera! and State fh'c huudrcll thouslIId (lollar.t, 1e3\'ing a balauceof tf cClnsole them in the r tJectlon that sIwhwcathcr I lJltL.1'U'. UA UI\ ) VI UII: r-.iIIS..
:1buut f )rtv four n1 llions LA ; : ,
3fts on llw I\'Jrth at G Lloll18 tn di\'i e amoug must have salutarv influence tlc h and
JI:r. vernments have assumcd aJIt.'culiar :1nd intense the stu"'ckhnlders oJ on the genuine, I ,r sute t\t the store of
or the bcInk, wbch: is :1 surplus future health of the i-' [2Glm
intcrCt by r aSOll of the events which terminated of 9OOOOO country. ] KEItlt & .STURGES. _
Bns. or I1G'foLt.\-\lr. Gmlun the President the deliberati\ of the last Con rcss. The lou"u ceUarl. Thc sum tiltal uf the Last ni ht .as exeeeuingly cold and 1Stormy B.-Urdrs for Fruit or Ornlnlcull1 Tref's from

,01 this ,inititution has :1rrn'cJ in tbi city. His : angl'r ('ontests which agitated the whole Souttmd em 10:1115: the, including liame da"dnmestic about tiry bill.fjn of millions CXchulge of dulbrs., was, alld though it would scarcely be belie..edi tht will Xur b: atlen,err of l d to C. Lanorctla, of PhihJellia K &! _

C3rd, whicb will be found in our papcr tu lla.,. will : hld GO\'crn'Ul'llt produced just com'ain ts ag:1: nst the Gcu.eml So that if th bank WitS to su !ain !o-es, equal tn i. th:1t n man could rrecz to death in thi:5 clrmate, N'THE.-AU p rsoIJs indebted ll, !he sal. 'ri.

krcaJ with iuttre t.rc trust tllat Ilc will rceem : last sl"S3ion Lut, were brought iuccccded to a closc with its .ix.per cent. on all it ItI1ISJY threc milliuml five (and pcrhaps none e'er did hefulc,) 1'1\1 0.T.RIES 1. bcrs, pnvitJus to the first 0:' JU1uary l.ts., arc

hi' pleJt'. Had hc .lrri\'cd tCll tla.ys Ciirlier, less ftr the ; the.v wer (and doubt. huudred thousand dClIa it wuuld vet have re.maininq CJ1-' \.CCIIUS were caught ntpl'ing: in I r quc telt tu C3.11 lod rmkc p"ym :rno in'm! c
spccial purpose of uh."cf\'iDg, at slImctilturc will be ivcn nfLer the
di..ilc : ofarfh.! .
to fiftecn
ilh abo\'e
lJcte\'ed cent. street and hurried
11.:1t per to the
the su
ha llened. 111 the mean time. wt CJn oureClHl1/ ahllIlon: ,) by the enactmeut 01':1 law equally eXpbn:1lion m lY tend to relic\.c 1\lr. the icy arms uf Jack Fro t. The ground iscom'f'rted FUR UENT FOR 'fHE. PlB E 'l' r _ll.Thc .

neud tlJe hld rs of objertiolJaLle, and ccrtainly more Jm: II. from a jellv, a state it Ims becn inC'er Plantation
notc', not to part willi them crousto ton from c\'iden t a nxiet'J n( mind. I II the course form rlyV a.kilJs'. ; It IS the t.'ast-
at a sacrifice.'CHt the liherties of tile people2 Ulan l rlJ1cr uppressiuns of his ftmarks, IIc prl\. d, IIt"'yOl1d 311 douht, that since my arrinll (some weeks,) to a rock; most bound or thc ltirh scctiolJ.-'or LCrrn :wrIf

; and which, if pernllttctl tn euLlurc, will I the kUlk, tlr the 1.ISt thrl'c or tour Yl'ars had real.j and tht SiOW IS NOW FOUtt IiCIIIS DIIP.Pre'iousl .- to Uichtrd Ha"r: .. CAU r H,

Court of Apreals adjourned on Thur .b '. I ultimately perpetuate the usurpatilllns whieh were j ized a profit ur nearl.\. milliun of tllIllars a year, v ,\ fire was not \Jeccssarv in uur of.tite \Vin! i\.f tll a wagllner good \\3g .
We prolessed to renounced. It is 110t ditlicult t.J I tl1'fC thall thctlad dl'idcl 'f'he cban is ; FebrHar.v 1834
expcct to gi'c in our l1cxt :1 amOIH' tlleir itockhol. e so udde1 th t 63wT
ul its many
summary percl"i\'e. that Illusion i herc made to the Prc c.amatioll I ders. .M r.HclitlHl saiLl:! il1c'lI th mseh'es IE Suh-tribers
prlCeedu gs. of tllc Prcl'i llcnt-of thc U. : prchcl1iible filct persuade it neVeW:1S so cold hcturc inlHU tht.'ir friend and
tate :md the '
need cd
Force Hill, which was its legitimate : eXplanation. It IUIJppc rJ that tiJe e Ii t.NDt.R Ti1 NORTH POLE-The the puhlic. that they ha"'e ''ormed a mercantile -

COYGRtss i still u'cup lld with th:1 t interminatk I: The llrsl ducument initantlv re\'ived cunsequencc.the doctrincsIf i protits Let rt.main al1 in the batik in tlac uf liurplus. Planters hcro think it'iil rtf ttuillly destroy copartnership, under the finn ufDUTYO.IL
I me ( YLJllr atll'ut tlll to :mnther f On
q'lestioll' the Del'o'5jte 'his ( the Felcr-.ll1sts of '98 wl ich bad becn lct. nil the Orange Trees and Cane I '
down ROU
promises to bc put the 1.-t u1' .Jail. 1 33, the IOl1JS: of the.- tank in t'mll uu think .. -
01 ,'Jug an d sturm6eSton.. by Mr. JetJ rson, at tllc llead of the llepuLlicans ; ; of tdls discuuuted) I pefsuual and uther, se-:: they ha"e good grounds l r their fcars." They ha\'e Oil hand, and art now opcning adjoiniu -

and now parties are t rming e\-ery Wlll'fl', .mLl j curitie al1ll the office
particularly domestic L' cllall t', al1l1)wted hI si..x- post a ent'rll as. urlinent of Dry
TO TilE PUBLIC. in our o\\'n tate, tor the a\'uwcd purpoocof I ty une milinn! sc\-cn IlUlldn-d tblu nd dullars.- YIRGINLLIn 6''OOt1s, Hardware, & wcerit'S, all uf which lh y .

I bne been ab eDt from the Territory since supporting the prmc pes: of the Pruclamatiun3'1d On dJC lt January 18H, the loans, 011 the IkHn the IIouse ot Delcgatc' resolutions have will sell low Ccr CASH, r':1rcha ers are invitcd t

the 28th Xo" mLer last 1'urce HIli, thereby insidiou'ly rcstoring to the items, was ahuut tiny fivc miHiolJs uf tlollar;. Consequently bcen adopted, condemuin the removal of the call and examine for themseh.'f.
md not unttl a daY/J a o, lo'edcrnl party, the r.:wer which they lost uuder 11 the whole Il11tunt which tbe bank hJsrcducl dcposiies from the Bank of the United States ALEX_ FORMY DUVJ
mJ return to the did I tile elder Adams. 10 thii cud I-'eb. t
Jparn Territory, thcy ha'C changed .1 its loans, durillg the ust S, (263w) CANADA HOUSE.
of thc year, llthuugh aud dcclaring, at the time the .
their same unconsti.tUlionalttv
suspension of lIame LO ont which is desi 'ued to
specie pnyments 1'1 aUlkt1 ) the public dcpus tCi lJave Lcen witbdrawn io. /
esthlO EXrCUTOl'S
Lj' th, Mrrchants & popular feeling and hy the t of of tht, charter granted to that Hank.In NOTICE.
Planter\; Hank of IdgJha. ; rce prejudice : icven millions ur ullars. Thu4 IItIlC" Ir; tIle LL
,: MJ intcutlon is to lay before the alone, they are aiming to reestablish principles, clamur'hi h hJS bl'l'11 raisl"d tlY lhl" CllJiuet_ the S nate, these ,es lutions w re referred 1JL Grarts.persons dec'd.indebied are t.) the cst't of Jf limn H.
Ill: rind the Legislati\'e Council, a full expositlou which the good sense uf the people absu Ulely rejected sponsillc and the Sl'cretar.v tlf UJt l'reasnry. irre.\\ to a Select Committee, which reported on the payment: Tlose! having requesteJ chimi aainst to make the ill1nldiatc s"id cs.tl1te .
of in 1801, IS tending to the destntction oftheU Nltwith aU 24th iust. The Richmond
the transactions of this llank which Lcudilig the lIoise, th loaus nJUr. I Enquirer states are nqulred to present tho m to me without delay
. cannot be made out for this uiun, and rearing upon its ruius a consolidated city from tile 1st Jan. 18:33 to the 1st Jan. 183-1, I that thev centain the suhstunce of those sent ; alld are hereby nOtifi.d, that unless \J caim.s

day's paper, n vernment. Thesc facts bave justly alarmed the ha\'c JJut bcen reduced. I \ il1 gi\'c you tilt statelUcut from th Hou e of Uele ates blJt are presentf'd w Lhm two years fa-Olll s, they
COnltequence much
of late urrivnl. I triends of in v ry will be forever barred.Fcb .
my beg -the liberty c\'ery quarter ; and tllU e Hc- in cach ,oear.
allered in
ldet8 of the bills who ttill phraseology. It was cKt ccted that 8, 1834. r26VJ JOHN .
on the Bank not to publicans adhere to the Virginia aud 1833.. JiJu. istilIs Llisct't'd J. AD.t _
. part 011 nC'r- thc -- -- .
, 'llb them al a sacnfice, as the mcst energetic Kentucky Ilesolutions, the cat moral instruments sol JI :ccurity : : : :--- 1---: $ .,564,519 ) would IJc ta en up on the 25th. JOHN.J. D\.rtIS

'Dd which l\fr. Jeffersun ef cletl the I _
by o\'crthrO\v of "
. speedy measures will be other S'curilies
made for thcil : 515 166D (.lTfOR.N"EY .1T L.1JJ' --
redemption. I tlung I can safely the Fedel llists, :1re r-dllying to thc defence of the.. omestlc E xdlang : : 9tW,808' NEW YORK MONCY M. RKET.--The New- : H.remove from Quincy to Appabchicob ;

, to the I't.BLIC that pJedge mys Constitution of the Ut tcd States, from North toSoulh York Shipping and Commercial hst of the 22diust. : tbe Courts held at Bay.the

I ENTIRE SATJSF CTION by counter assJciations de igned to reora.luizc 56,046,523 says, u There is still a great iu B.l y, t1. Quincy aruJ JI.uianna ; antf.1e nnnu.\l term

J 11'10.given t cm, so :won as they are pur the old Republican party, and to ch ck, 1834, J3n. Ist-BiU: isct'cd on personal thc market tor moneySOffit de pressure of of the Court of .ppeal" at Ti\/lnlJ/ .ssee. Letters ad.
possession of the factJ relative immediately the or the ductrines or criltions dre ed to him. poll paul, \i1l bo attended
1 to the growth the.PrlJclamatioD sccurity : : : : : $4,5 9, 96 stock dold higher to.
YC3terday do Februtr
pen8ion not 7
we i-t, IR.)4.
cJf perceive } [26flN
the which must lead to "
paymcat by Bank. and tbe ineYitably cousolitla in other se uritics ; 6S9,037 that
. nduct of its officers in the d Ilcbuge: of the tiou if notliUcces j lly resisted. The objec: Domestic Exc 'll1ge : : 693:172 ford d. In any sulJstuutial relief has been af: \nIl .- anul l ;. Iflntel 111 apply.) the

;8 repcsed in them tlf the present meeting is, first to constitute and regard lo merchandize, there is Cuunty Court, at ItS next tcrm, tr .. d'lcnar fl
hy Ch.utc.r. li ofth 110 disposition to enter into beyond as Administrator ou th estal e of R.b'l. llig.t,at\wen
: OUr obedient >rm one Associltians, fiJr the express purpose $5,950,755 new contracts time his
cn'ant, I acco"unts and voudlers will be tx:1ibltcd _
inunediate "
of the necessities.
bTIIOS.. c;. eJ01tDON counteracting design" of the o'etcrJ1 I Fcbruary 8th. 1tU.-1266w; )
F e President. par y lately rc\rianizrd in tbis Slate, who under Thus, then, it IS c'itlcnl that the Branch Bank I A W GIm.1'tlUraclnrcd

183.1. ihlsc clurs. re inculcating tite doetrines of John in th city uf New York, has dtme all that it pos, CUAItLC8TON, Jan. 27. 3 ."olurnbia South Carolil1 fitr y Ste"h ;t.,

.\dams in '98, al.d those oj Daniel Webster at tbe sibly could to relie..c the moncy market. Ite C.lpilal COTTON.-Upl..mds have been in much JNO. }BLAIR PEACHY..ALSO .
I C.RD._ present rime; ,and secondly, for the further object is ,500OOO dollars. Its lo ns are 6,000,000dollarR better demand, during the P:15t week. Several -- ,

J TO' TIlE ,.f ent rcing a 8vstematic opposition to tbe ProcIJulation ; the local banks Ire in its debt about 1000,000 ,- vessel loading lor Europe have been 1,100busl13. AL T, coarse and fine-a.pply as above.I
. compelled -
P UPLIC. and F'orce Bill. These last measures'Iave and it has nearly 2,000,000 oC.ollars iu f.'ebruary 8th, 1 33.-f26tfJ

Iii 5Uspen lon of ipeci Paymcnts L) : 'aimed -deIdly blow at State Rights and ; specie in its vaults. Thi brge amount or specie ha to complete their cargoes-and there 6ib.lX wceks lfttr date, 'pp1icatinu wia Ot made it1he .
. .1' Merchants and Planter'. Hank of lIuflatio' Cem now to require the united and concentrated it has beeu compelled to keep, t guard agamst an advalce of 1-4( on Prime. and of subscriber, to the Iwnort\ble the Count ;oWt

; o .tbe 25t ult. .has occalioD d cnergie or the friends aud advoca ,of those : the ruiu with which it has been meuaced. Aud 1-4 a 1-2 On intermediate qualitit.s. Two ex.tra lratirm the County of G'\d3den, t 1r Letters of AJmi J

. chtl 8Raanlt the .imjlU' I jghts, to be directed 10 his point of attack dtemcd how has it beeu enabled to loan SIX XILLIOIU of lotd sold at 11 7.8, aDd une lot of.60 bale '1' ) on dec'd thl estate of Slurwool- .",reCall, lat of
IDtegntyofth.e un llnt1. F_
er BIA
Ua pro r reiard for the good lg u, 80 !mp'r ut by our ene iea to be earried;.nnd dollars, and have nc rl.v TWO'KJLLlOfS uf specie at 12. The sales for the week ending Frida}, F.! 11'1 th, 1 14. f266w) AR.\lDS"f&\D.

" "u r and opinion 0 111 whLCh, if ccess should croWD OIClr exertiOns, in its vaults, while y.ur cit.v hankN owed it about have beon 3425 oales, as follows--82 at 117.ii ,

.. OWhooCthzena self-respect. requiro. Iii tltatiJ..sJear aud valuaLle' to lreedom, w U bevrested ONE KILLION. with a capit 1 nf only TWO KILLlOJlS 62 at 11 3.4 ; 82 at 11 9.16 ; 314 at 11 .DII.WRMG.m tgDI1VIISJe'DItA
aQlwer. \
from the States. dulla ? The \ N NUMBERS of the
i. 'Inderaign ha. beeD Caswer of sal,' That it'bJa1 be distincily understood what are self eyident. It (alien in debt to the parent 72 ; at 11 3-8 ; 432 at 111.4 ; 732 at 11. DATED LOTTJ.KT, Class No.2. ..

ce Juno lute Every transacti'ID. tue pnncipletDf UusAssociation, it will be neces. bank an other branches more than FOUR KlLLIOJlSof at 107.8 ; 447 at 103.4 ; 149 at 10 6,8 ; .7-16-64-54-6-4 1211426.. :

r te at1V6 to the B"ok, is reCorded in lie ""iry to .ne v.what are the dCt n or the, rc.matiaD dollars which sum must shortly be repaid, Dull 4B at 10 1.2 ; 102 at 103.8 ; 172 at 10 1.4; HoJden or prize ticketa are requested to pi D

. "' B Or tbe. Bank, now in the han uf ; and these 1re asserted 1 l Dg ge which will be, as soon ns the dep 18 te question i st'uled.'I'heu 231 at J 0 1.8 ; 36 at 10, npd 17 at 9 3..1 ctJ. them and receive the cash, orrene\v, thf'm ,in &he

I.h.y era 'Ip PIIJL d by th -Court r"H \ Idmita'g no aislmte. if curtailmenl.t or TWO or THREE. HILLIO S I Iare. nut IiUle hai been doue III Long Cotton... Cmt'soLID\TED LOTTUT, CL.LU No, S.C3piairJr

wD to the where lht: ht., .It t l'pims tJ1:1t the Stltes of which dUi .f.lund n S8Dr.t ift Ncw'"rk, as they probably. : Sea Jslandi sold at :.6 n 33 ajne8 19 i San- z t 0,0:10 d11ars-f,eoo d lhr5.000 dUufI
( t ." mlpectLon t t of.all. .who. ,wufederaC. ifcom Y r. Jl4Ji..a Ru..e.r.1 .will be" your m rCJJallLl ,will erperJ nce, 'und i tees i7 A 19. .. ,s,00Q dollantt (, tOOO'v ILl dothrs. IY _) .

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; t TE&STATEia : BBTOWN'S BO'rtt.. Ding 560 wea, 'lying near. Mont ello, the estate of Samuel R" v V CD;k"

Florida belonging .Hill of New- sale, and as they are supposed r (
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4 A NDREW JACKSON AND 1N the West side of the Caoitol Square, between county York, this tract of land, is abut one half hammock, more-rninute, description is deemed!Urfli z'

( VERSAILLES.-Fro St. Augustine and Pensacola Streets, Tallahas 4 Andthe balance of oak,and"el wIl spring were Elected with"jttdKTrtent'ai

p -lumbus to Appalachicolat The I see. Florida. This establishment (to which the subscriber branch running through the same : persons !hmgto ably located, considered first Tat fl aa'&

tve boat. mil leave Columbus alternately, every has removed) is nowopcn for the purpose of .seethe land, apply to James L. Parish, Esqr at adapted to the culture of sugartilt>. .:

.,Jfandtn and Wednesday, at 6 o'clock A. M. for Appa- public entertainment.Sept. .. Monucello,. wi will show the same, and for terms, In the county of Leon, near Tahlah.L

lachitola ajid will intersect the new mail stage line, rth. '.1833.."4tf"), .THOMAS BROWN. wlich will )\910 libr. apply to me in Tallahassee : I 160 acres .or land adjoining Wl t&ker&lid I_.
from Tallahassee to Mobile, via: Pensacoln at Aspa- lots in the west addItonto lfO I' U'1.
subscriber will! also
+K'V DRUG STORE RI.:1NN.8-Tbe rr.mmg
. l- ;;a on Tuesday and Thursday noon. In returning,' 1 if applied for soon: 400 JfC1rr.M.: .
Jlonticello and a bargain s
from give Irt and
J."t lias just received by ship 'V"t
:vitI leave Appslachicola every Thursday and Friday TURBUTT: BRTTOK': 100 U II _
D 10 o'clock A. M. and arrive at Aspalaca the next New York a complete assortment of fresh and genuine -i Nov33d 15ifJ 80 S. Adams d'.. a.

I days: by o'clock M. where passengers will find stages I Drugs and Medicine, also paints, oils, glass and '! DISSOLUTION OFCOPARTNLRSHIP.-The 81) I' Virkerl,

t' for Tallahassee. i iI dye stuffs, patent medicine, perfumery, surgeons instruments existing und 1 the firm 160 II School..un U .

1 Th proprictors of the above ItgU-ifraugAf boats iiave etc. etc., comprising syrup, sarsaparilla, 'iif 1.! Lockerman and Craig was dissolved by mutual const 80 U L easftnd P
I ute Bellsdona ext. cicuta, extract quinine, prussiate o insl. *H indebted to the late Vickers c. Dr-, '
invested a Urge capital fitting them up for the com FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, on the persons In Gadsdcn *''ltcit el!
iron sal martis.digitaliss,corrosive sublimate, turpeth A call and settle their accounts with county, near duincy :
J Curt of passengers in the confident expectation, that a I herb and Tower seeds just received and warranted requested to 160 acres of land, nearly
discerning community will not suffer this (the first attempt mineral, isinglass,iodine,gumkino Henry's magnesia E. B. PERKIN either of the subscribers. adjoining the t mn.
1' : mask oil croton, English fresh ; by IA In Jackson county, on Chipola:
sulphate morphium EDWARD
to supply Apnalachicola with regular mail,)to manna October 29th. 11 I tfINSURANCE LOCKER
::'I FatJ down for want or, patronage. blue most pulv. antimoniales.hellebore] squills sago, 22tf WlLLl AM ICO acres"of land, adjoining* Clark and Cam bttf
Appiilachicola, January 19th 1833. 22tf ergot, forcrugruk seed, cephalic snuff, isinglass issue 160 Carter & \"' 'll' _.

1 plasters Swaims panacea, ditto Vermifuge, quinine, I will continue to business on liberal Proposals for the whole, or part,as lUaysWthe "
STORAGE !!! STORAGE !! shields The subscriber will be received a1i.
STORAGE! strychnine, morphium, breast pipes nipple and solicits a continuance of custom from the plicant, by ubscribernUhispf

"., TN addition to his old ware-house the cupping instruments, complete with pumps stomachpumps friend terms r f the late firm and the public generally. MITCHELL, **

subscriber has: recently erected a spacious build complete with metallic pumps etc., electrical I 1834 22tfl) EDWARD lA A ltoftP.Y for the al1mil1istr\trix.
Jan 11 LOCKEH : *
'4 : ,
battery, glass funnels, glass stopped vials, lamp glass, Pcns; co \, January llth I 1834. 2t3"
80 by 23 feet forreceivingeouonand goods. .
I tug, TIMOTHY M'C ARTY. male and femile urinals, crown lancet?, turnkeys, a w. be sold on the first Monday in February "
19tf hawk bills, surgeons accdlcs, pessaries, trusses, gold at public outcry, in the town 01" Ocheeste LAND. ,
_,?t. Marks Dccrnber27th183l. leaf, carmine,camel's hair pencils,water colour paints, = = : three nogrojlaves, viz : Lydia, Bttsy. and Stna, fo wishes to sell 1 oiitui Is property; CftrJ.

: Henry P. Yonge carmine saucers, self syrenges, some of the very val j mcrly the property. of James Mills, but assigned by a Su wan nec, Florida. Convstmcof sevti.hundreda1l4

uable preparations of Mr. GsonoE W. CARPENTER, i deed of trust to Thol'Baltzcll and Sampson Pope, thirty odd acres of hammock land, of a very f u .

Attorney $ Counsellor at Law ; Philadelphia, (viz.) cxt. sarsaparilla,(01 purifying the to pay n debt due to Richard Canmchan, of Charleston quality. About two hundred acres in good|'o t'

Q.UINC, MIDDLE FLORIDA. blood and invigorating the system generally. outh Carolina.. 2ht Dec. 1833.IHOMASBAL'IZE cultivation : and a considerable quantity of InIiGJr

23tf. Ext. Bucbcc for complaints of the bladder, urctha I L, ) Tl fifld, easily prepared for nihivntion Twel, IU fik

, W" etc. comp'd syr. liverwort, an invaluable remedy for [22t.lsl SAMPSON POp.. { "stecsGROUE1UE ly negroes as any in Florida': excellent team j.C
! I mm\rJ*EJ m Ul1m l1c 1Ii1UJt1Q coughs, consumption, etc. citrated kuli for making the and oxen: a very select STOCK of cattle, :
: : LARGE and complete assort- neutral mixture. Harrowgate salts, the celebrated medicines ? .-The s>ubi>ciiber has jut returned about fifty head : a good stock of hogs-consistinr
A with the following articles in his linc. \ 'tour
, mcnlof Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just rcc.ei1 of Mr. Thompson Kidder, Boston ; viz. kelps i thousand weight (neat) pork, of e cell(
Flour 20 bbls 10 barre's ntql1"litJ
Barrels of : whiskey : :
1 red frnrn New York and Baltimore sale, wholesaleand botanical drops, said to be a most certain and en'cetua1 against loss or damage by FIRE can ; 50 Orleans Rum 5 lbs Jamaica rum bout fifteen hundred bushels of CVolina dint Corn
: 20kqsblttCr
retail.. Country Merchants and Practitioners supplied remedy for every disorder arising from an impure the most favorable terms, on appli- :e v 20 do. lard. 10 boxes codfish : 20 sperm candles : also, a variety of articles, indispensable in the *

( on the most accommodating terms. state of the blood, and humours, RelPs 13. drops, asih- actionto the Subscriber, cnU'f! the Protection Insurance :bbls. mackarcl: 20 do. : 10 do. Orleans mfnt cultivation| of a plantation.
20 : potatoes
EDW. SEIXAS, italic pills for female complalntsobstructIOlls, hypochondria company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application The whole will be disposed of, together, on tey s.

,t Mvy29 41 tf Druggist,Magnolia Florida.COMMISSION etc. anti'billious pills, vegetable specific for the fair Cash value of the property must lio mohsses..iLSO.. .-Pine Apple Cheese,, Chocolate, eommodating terms, or the land alone. One half. the)

i : RECEIVING AND FORVARr dyspepsia and! indigestion, rhcumaiiclinamunt' Hun- stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished the correctness : Tea in Caddies, Raisins, Almonds, Cngnnc Brandy purchase three ..ioney annual will be required in hand, the balan
ointment in equal instalments.
pile remedy, The 2
terss'philiticmcdc.1 and the moral
r t.'lalachioICl.-The under- of the representation, good Holland Gin, Tongues & Sounds, Tobacco, Loaf & purchaser
water, British anti-sceptic dentrifice, albion corn The ofthc Ollice give a lien In the whole P-OPCI ty sold : to
under the firm of eye character of the applicant. solvency Oil receive tra.
M ned have formed a co-partnership I New Orleans sugar, Soap, Sperm Shot, last
Cambrian tooth ache rills. With other articles The improvement
for the of transacting plaster, audits fairness and punctuality may IIP confidently relied cianberries and payment. on the 'Lmd arjrf
: cinnamon ,
Falonar 4. Kimbrough purpose nails nutmegs
I too numerous to mention, the above for sale low I E. PEIUHNS. pips. a permanent kind, than arc ommon i in a n -w
and forwarding
on. cMmt
commission and receiving i which he will of at .
All of dispose
general business.Agency Being prepared to make the usual for cash, or an approved credit. E. C. LEDY ARD. Tallahassee. Feu. 22. IS3I._27tf R.very H. BER.'Y.: January 1Sh 1S34. 2tfJ| J. ,\ ._I.\n.\EY. "
Marianna October 26 lh-1 Itf Druggist.FLORID.Il
ndvanct-s on consignment to their friends in New Orleans January llth 1831 22tf. flliR RlJ'.-A commodious tiw -in|| hOtlit

I New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Provi- LAAD FOR f.JLE. PLANTERS' HOTEL. I rooms, each twenty feet iquare, conncefeoj

Jencc and Boston, and disposed to devote their time \V. REAVES bc=s leave to inform his : \ CARD.HAMLIN with a large store house fronting the public square
I T: .exclusively to the interest of those confiding businessto THE undersigned having purchased of General JOHN that ho. }ha-; taken n lease of, and alter tlir I V. SNELL the town of Montictllo:-apply to E. WH1TP m
land in ,
their charge, having made the necessary arrange- Fa'ctte, the township of granted of Hilt that establishment SOW 11 January IPth 1831
1st Sept. ne .ircupy 23l(
forward to New Yoik elsewhere to him by the Congress of the United States, offer T.'ILLMMSSEE FLO.
cotton ,
:( mens to known as the Pltintti's lintel in the city of Tallahassee 'lTl'OR"4E1LtlY -
. with expedition by vessels of light draft of watcr at the same for sale. lately kept by Capt. Brown.-This is the nit \Vi atend confided 'o him with industry :. 'VILLI'M'I"l'fN,
of This land is situated in the immediate neighbourhood -
lowest of freight a liberal share public Dtc. 21st 19tf
\L the rates and commodious home appropriated to similar an punctuality. COIMMISSON
of Tallahassee, and is bc'ieved, for fertility of MERCHANT
solicited. WEST-
is respectfully all Florida and afier of :
:r:* patronage in completion nejrrrc.I-CENCI.\RESandJAS.D.
soil and local advantages, to be more valuable than purposes I II
1 .'. 11. F JiL COO/V.iR. CHARLESTON
'f} WM. II. KIMBROUGII. any other land in the territory.The the improvements, embracing all the premises noin I _ _ S. C.
kI be inferior in attractions the Refer to-GIBSON & S YLVESTOl;
progress, to none, to Quincy Fi
Southwestern part of the township joins the :
REFERENCES .. W. R. for thai share u ll EN RY
traveller. of..
|| strancr& grateful HITCHCOCKlohJe.: .
Tallahassee from which the
point to
city shippingport
Shorter, Tarter 4Co.., Gen. II01.CardJudge Colquitt, partiality which! the public have generously hitherto. II j. HONEY, Charleston 31W
of St. Marks, a distance of about twenty miles, [
P. D. WodruTColumLiuS.Ja
" Drs. Hoxey 4 Urqukttrt, th *. that with
awarded him, indwlges < hope, enlarged:
York. Gen. R. K. Call, a rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short -
1 :. //. Shorter? Esq.-New means of contributing to the romfortof his guests and. DONEWGOODS- -' REJO1'3i I-oJ
flon.J. .M. White-Florida. Dr. D. L. White-Gds- time.The unabated! desire to give universal satisfaction, that I
the St. Marks has an
f .lllLg. 31, 1833. 3tf navigation 01 river been recently -
, dcn C-ninty. __ improved, to a point vithin six miles of the ho will continue to roivc the patronage which has 4 &
I ANr-COMMISSION BUSINESS heretofore bun rxti-mltd to him. I Iff I __
W"AllEllorSE I ELORIDA Southeastern part of the township, which will! afford lJtq TEAS T F./181110.''.
i ,
navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of
The subscribers, having associated themselves' etl. produce.This FRESH DRUGS. H t.PURON&c'
1; .lel' the stile and fiim of FORD & liAR DIN, ..-
cr \U1 land will be sold in parcels to suit those
\VIVlCKl.ns: having
J purjMse; tranrtingGentral ing to purchase, on a credit from five to eight years, ,ft--V Li. .t% andukndid MERCHANT 271L OilS.
, BUSIneSS at Jpalachicola. Having : r'urchascflllnt large ADE and sold wholesale! am{ Retail -
at reasonable prices-I hose wishing to will
purchase ? assortment otclrl1rs Successors to the late firm of Jl'OOLLEY
several vessels for Sr C
I made: suitable( arrangements with make application to cither of the undersigned : In Frederick, county, AM. by C Herston,
'f the direct ansportation of Cotton, &c. either to New WILLIAM B. NUr(TALL I )1ttf.r'ntly purchased at N. Y. concerned inthe I'ntent with Dr.. Jndkma.Thfj % ,OULD respectfully inform th ircustimersani

York or New Orl--ans ; and having facilities at all HECTOR W. IJ R A DEN to. by Dr. John \l'Lemorc-in- I above Ointment i is offered to the public as a V the i public generally, that they [have rfmun4

i I times within tl {ir power to make rcatonablc advances WILLIAM P. CRAIG. _1J."fftrm: their friends & the pub !3'i and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases their establishment to Jefferson street, fourdnorswes

I. upon produce consigned to their care and management; Tallahassee, November 23d i833. lotf 1fi Centrally, that they will i some of which have so long baffled the skill of of the post office, f' the store formcrally occupied q
l. they would respectfully tender their services and solicit 0" accommodate persons on the I JC1C11CC. mica the office of the Floridian, where they have on hat'! -

a liberal patronage: in the above line of business, ICPThe Savannah Georgian, Charleston .ire.cury, most liberal and reasonable terms, with every ar icle 1st White Swellinffgof description. a general assortment of tall and wmtei ffond,, wfe

1! pledging their personal and individual attention to all Jlugusta Constitutionlist, Southern Recorder, Millcdgu-] usually kept in their lin; of business; and hope that 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers every of long standing.3d the latest fashions ; just received from New-York sal

business consigned to them, either for sale or other- yule, Georgia; Richmond Enquirer,and Star, RaleighN. strict intention &assid uity to bl1sines ,wil1 entiilcthem Schirrusor Glandular Tumour?. particularly now would rrspectnilly tender their sincere thanfe'i!

j C.; will publish the above for eight weeks and forward to a liberal share of public patronage. Their store is those hardened tumours i in women's breasts which often their patrons for past a'onTS-rhcir fre'Fi stock of 63

. vise.Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are undergoing their accounts to this office. situated in Jefferson street, in the IK.USC recently occupied I limes: terminate in ulcerated eancirs. and winter goods, ci.nsisMng of a very ]'somesortment eo

will be large and commodious, by Edward W. Dorsey and Co. 9tf the of superfiro cloths, ra>?imcrs anJ
c a thorough repair, 4th Felons, or what some people by name vestinu;
't situated in desirable part of the town, and as exempt DOCTOR J. ED\VJN STEWART, N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend\ to our Drug Store of Catarrhs of every description. of a great variety and of tl.e lotest tl li op.aLfe colonn

. from the dangers of fire as any other house, of a offers his professional services during: our absence. WIN N 4. VICKERS. 5th Rheumatic I'ains of thejoints. and sty!?, viz :

gimilar character, on the Point. RESPECTFULLY : and its vicinity as Tallaiassc.! October 23th_1 lltf 6th Sprains and Uruises of every description or in Superfine blue, black adlaide, mulberry,!!!ret,brow

WM. P. FORD, late of Augusta, Ga.) practitioner of medicine. His office/ is on Jcffcison whatever: part situate. olive' invisible, bottle green,drub 4-stet I mixed doth:

KD\VD. J. HARDIN, (Apalachicola.) fct. next door to Mr. Perkins' drug store. FRESH DRUG 7th Tetters all kinds. In this complaint the pa- superfine blue, bbcksttel mixnl: fawn"l.nrcdjtlra'',

REFEIE.\.CES.-StetC'arr & Fontaine, Smith & Tallahassee. Nov. 23d IH33- ir..f Stnl\1U1 U'umnr'1mUSWUf: r..y ,.._., >.*3jf.4Jiu5 tlic Oimuicui. must kvcp tliO |'ait .l-ulc, striped, ribbed, Leopol.f. merino, and corded

.Vorgon, J. S. Calhoun, .;\. W. Perry, tf Co. T. fy .'1.Et'aJI AND I IVER-CO lPLAINT.- of fresh out of water caisimers, etc. Blai-k satin, black En-Ii.,h florentiV: ,
: & 1' received full
a drugs
Columbus.Bogxrt DYSPEPSIA supply spirts, 8th Chilblains affected frost butF cashmere, valinte! fibred silk
4. Knecland, Jas. I/omt/fon fy Son,John R. Physiolvliralltltd&cuu perfumery, I It i is also one of the best remedies for Barns and white and figured 3Iaiseul. s, plain, black, and figured
who for several has
devoted Ins boiler's Thermometers
years, entire Also graduated to 300
fitkin.NewYork.. sugar > ScalJjI teases the pain and draws the fire out in a I velvet, and tt.ihifet vc-stin': ,.. etc etc.
; attention to the treatment of chronIc or inteterale diseases degrees, on brass scales of 22 inches ; Litmus Tuiner- Like-vvisr.i
i;. jr. Grtgery, Bogart $ Havthorn.-N. Orleans. short time.Forlnflirned. a general assortment of fashionable: and
has succeeded chemical
by analysis and ic, etc. : Maynard and Noye'seclebrat'J Inkand Ink .
: Women's and Glandular plain resdymadaidothin! viz.
T. JY. .UcCoy.Mobilc.Aii Breasts : ,
St John 4- Learens, in formwtrombll1ataon from several proximate Powder Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine tooth Superfine,black
Itf ; it i is rredicine known and fancy coloured dress & frock
17, 1S33. Swellings superior to any yet to coat brown drab
vegetable principles, to which hc has given the wash, the best article known for diseased teeth and and ; ,
the medical It is much safer than steel mixed, overcoats and
name Mcdicinx Stomachics ct Hcpaticse which has Billiards Oil of Soap fur cleansing! ool faculty mercuril comccs ; fiucloth, t
LAND FOR SALE. ; gums ; (n
Cin f.P TRACT OF of of that material camlet cloaks, with a handsome
any prepartion ) variety ff .l
proved far more efficient than any remedy heretoforediscovered cloths silt-3: ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains in vests :
; '*, subscriber offers to sell a tract of land, situ- ; not lay tho patient liable to injury from expose toco4d. pantaloons: ; lambs woe!, and Cantcn'fianntl, buVt! ,
in those and matches
curing distressing maladies of cloth Lucifer Phosphorus Osbornc'scelebrated :
TI: ;
immediately :n the ; and drawers fine linen
.ed I in JrlVcrson county, ; !shirts !liutn dn-isfror::, and
mind and which ) colours beautiful ink
body, are generally comprehended under water etc; glass stands
ocip.ii0ourlior. of capt. Murray's, containing about This Ointment has cured sores of many years stand- collars ; with a :phnrli..J.lrkty: uf 6tcy ortides ofentlcmtn'i
i the sweeping terms DTSPEFSIA and LiVER-CoM- and Pounce boxes fancy and medicated lozenges
400 'tl'ru of oak, hickory and hammock land ; as an whicliwill ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the dress, such as plain.! pktcd.I; iey trimmcdbumbaziie
1 almost
'f PLANTS-it is likewise an certain cure for enlargement patent barley, powdered, sago, etc. etc. All of
locIinlfor the there are none superior external in of the bone satin velvet (
t'. eligible planter of the Sri.LEX. be sold cheap fur cash or approved credit. sore consequence becoming am stOt ks ; font easti'! ,
in 'he country, and as an invaluable recommendation Among the of Dyspepsia Liver-com E. B. PERKINS. carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the cane, webb, and nett suspenders ; randunj-cottons.punsil, (
it IIHS a beautiful stream of never failing water symptoms increase the quantity ol( the discharge, rClo\.e the offensive and lamlls-\\"ooliialf hose ; fine but k-skin,horse- kl, t
in the Tallahassee December 1 1th
plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning sto- lollf
ru 'mn; immediately through it, with every other facility mach in rmcll, and ease the pain.It knit, linen, cotton and *ilk don : nlain. \\IJ:". sal t
melancholy, irritability,disagreeable taste the '
necessary to the planter: any further information mouth ot which is cure the worst Felons "or Whitlow on an application fancy cdondpckct, and neck; Imiulkf., etc etc cte.Jl (
irregularity sometimes
be had by making enquiry at this office. ; great HOWARD'STONIC of 48 hourK.Jhcumat C
may voracious ami at oilier times greatly deficient case of fashionable fine drab
October 12ih 9tf 1'HO B. WINN. which have stood ? become
so long a to
M1X'I'IJltl. nnl
thirst. fetid breath nausea. weakness of the stomach. : beaver HATS .
- -- -- likewise I
r 1 -- a systematic disorder requires medicine to betaken inwardly ; an assortment
and eructations, palpitation, drowsiness., i irregularitjof l FULL supply of this. valuable medicine is just ,
/'A : the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals, I A received. I shall hereafter have it constantly on to remove them entirely. But in most common of gentlemen's cloth CJ1P8, oj I
; this Ointment directedit
cases by applying externally a*
in 'he head dizziness or vertigo confusion of hand.
pain ; will givo relief. And even in old people, whos the latest fashion.The .
I mind attended with the loss of
memory, n. gnawing IT
in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of REMEDY FOR FEvErS AXI" AcUC, IK TAKEN AfiREEABLE pain! :havu been of longer standing, it will ease the subscribers hereby guarantees to furnish a3 .,

sight and hearing pain and weakness in the back, I TO THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated pain. who may please to favour them with their custom
disturbed cold feet and To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment with any article of clothing in their line of business,
languor, steep, handd, tremor, j. that this mixture contains arsenic I am directed bythe
uneasiness in the throat must be very valuable in winter on our coast it beingvery on the reasonrble terms, and constantly
in as Ivcep
caugli, pain tlw side or oprictor to say that these reports arc utterly j they
certain in its effects on Chilblains affected in their
breast &c. parts employ, first rate northern, wurkmen,
SALES.-The -and I also authorised nffcr Reward
subscriber having loca am to \ of J 10,
AUCTION '(liC 2l I.\.c maladies !lead with frost it likewise preserves its qualities iu all they will guarantee their clothing whether furnished
in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general to organic affections of the 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existence I clmatMs them .

commission, business, regular sale days, Tuesdayand stomach, liver, and Lcarl, terminating in Drops),Consumption of the least particle of Arsenic, :Mercury, Antimony, by readymade or to order, to be always made up t
A large mass of testimony proving the value of this in the most
Saturday. Apoplexy,&c.f'ording to the climate, habits or any other poisinoiis ingmicnt? in it. will antllilc"i..c. of tie mo>l e
mast excellent medicine be shewn to those who durable materials.
lie will also attend to administrator and other sales age, sex, and teniperaniTiit or t!II' patient. In order to prevent imposition/ 1"0111 counterfeits; no ..
further information Hers-
in ::.- :-:1nty. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. Prepared by J. 1'. PETERS, M. D., aiilUd-jcville, persons except authorised agents will be furnished by tons wish, or any of hid authorized on application agents. to Dr m uuA>U U W)1J1Q.. .1.

March 23d 1833. 33tf Inventor and sole proprietor.Testimonials. | the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again, I am The above t medicine sold of
by special appointment Law
N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neatness .-Numerous certificates might be adduced j solo agi'iit lor .Midclc t'ltviila, and am assured by Mr the and warranted enuiue. Attorney at ,

aivl despatch, by R. J. HACKLEY. relative to the extraordinary cures performed Rowand that (except u small !lot sold to Mr Eccles), Iatcne I:;. B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST. ROCKY COMFORT, MIDDLE FLORIPA. r
\ by using these medicines; but the following are thought not a single bottle has been or will bo sent, or sold by April, 27 1 K3.;. 371VDOCTOR'S"V

R WAND'S TONIC MIXTURE. sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical : him, to any pt.r.-on Mi-Idle Florida, except to me: Tallahassee. February 24th 1831._2tJ ILLiS & RANDOLPH av t

: Warranted a perfect and lasting. From Dr. James Eve'l, .luthor of the Medical Companion If Jrstnic has bun discovered in any mixture called TO THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE.fffl \ in the of medicin
I & cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale i it beci HE moat prevalent and fatal of all Diseases inci- pratticc
or Family Physician. niicanJ's, J1l11sll&art in some oj the spurious imitations and offer their professional services to the Of
wholesale and retail by FLETCHER i iV All therefore who JL dent to civilized society-the Conanmp/iou-
wish the
EWORLF.ANDec.. 20th 1S33. persons genuine may fie between the PIl\\ter'31J0tellln: amberi's- ***'
L & WESTCOTT Druggist, .ppaZachi1 generally oe traced to the least Alarming of disorders,
To whom it may cO/lctrn.-This is to certify, that I Tunic Mixture-bhould l he cautious whom they pur- -V
role. Florida have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's J\Iedici.ut\ chase it: My label will be en every bottle l\old by me: a alight but neglected cold. By estimation it appears DOCTOR JOHN McLEMORE.ESPECTFULLY .
.c4 I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and Stomachics et Hepaticct in a number of obstinate E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida: that. one hundro.l.and l fifty thousand persons die annually R inform his friends that heb*
:'E : Wcsteott my agents for the sale of"Rownd's very of the Most of these dreadful -
-, i Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,likewise Fov2:5d: 15tf consumption. results lgain resumed the duties of his profession
: Tonic Mixture" in the Territory "
be attributed to common cold aud a negligent I \.iv23d
in several cases of the of the may )5t! I
if Florida Eastern of Alabama I enlargements plecn ; _
part & treatment of the harrasaing cough that generally ensues
and its affects were I have hesitation
Western *i of Georgia ; who are ble to furnish in declaring it the astonishing.most valuable no CONSUJIPTIONI -which is usually: followed by difficult breathing: painin 1------------------- J hafi \

the said medicines to all who may apply to them on ( preparation I the side, and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and to act as WI t
AS .:1"cm rn LIe terms as they can obtain from the proprIetor or those distressing ailment that has ever come within CURED.DE I repeated Asthmatic attacks, also bring on Consumptive I agent and attorney. L. W. B'rRNF.T.A t
himself. "Signed, symptoms. One or two dollars expended in the pur- _
JNO. R. RO\V AND." Laurent County, Ga. Jlpril 5th l '3i. SPECIFIC. i chase ofrlB. II JTICE.-Rix weeks after date I shall apply to

"Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 'Sltf Dr. Peten Sir: I wish you to send me three more the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, .1. the judge of the county court, of the counfy of

: IICUE!-JUST LOOK AT THIS !- parcels of your medicine. I have taken the one you IS cure of Cm/g'is, Colds, Consumption slsthmz. and a little attention to their timely administration, will Leon, for letters administration upon the estate ot ]
LOOK sent me by Mr. Ard, aad it has helped me much.I Thomas T.
very Willisson deceased. BROWN.
new store in Q.uincy has again just received Spitting of Blood, and all diseases of the Breast and usually ensure mitigation or these disorders, and THOS.
think one more parcel will cure me, but ai speakof generally 4th 1834.
per the schooner Galaxy capt. Fletcher from N. leaving I have concluded and you Lungs. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It effect a cure. The Pills are also an easy and effectual Januory 2J6irt
soon to
two \
York and Philadelphia, a large supply of fresh goods parcels of valuable medicine, for get fear I composes the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the remedy for the symptom proceeding accompanying MARTIN HARDIN, ) Territory of Florida. Sfs

viz: a fine assortment of fancy calico, latest fashions; day be taken your down again, and should not be may able one to Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits, etc. the Asthma and Consumption. For Coldse >perior court for the county of d

domestics an assortment of Wilmington stripe ; lasting obtain it. WAYNE W. EILANDSN. Bill of Directions accompanying each bottle of the Coughs. difficulty of Breathing. tightness and atrictur, JAMES MILLS, )Gadsdca.HE ti

and buttons ; drilling, a handsome assortment for Specific, pointing nut in n most conspicuous manner across the chest, Wheezing, pain it tho.side, Spitting ,. defendant and all others interested are hereby

gentlemen's summer ware ; brown linen, very fine ; B. The above case "as one of severe Dyspeptic all the symptoms in their different binges of the disease of bloo &c. Few cases can occur of any of notified that suit lids been commenced by & itI

green camlet ; silk velvet; gentlemen's and yuth and Lever affection ; but was entirely removed oy the and particular directions respecting treatment while la8 in which the purshaaorof Dr. llelfe's tachmcnt in the court aforesaid, and the defendant .|

white beaver and summer hats ; men's and boys wool use ot two parcels of Medicine. J. P. PErfEltS.I using it, together with many well authenticated certificates Pills will not find a rich return for tbctr trifling expend- required to appear and plead to the dccla'ation Win 7i*

half ; g ntlcmen's fine thread gloves,saddles and bridles Laurens County, Ga., Nov. 4th 1833. of cures, etc. hure.' said cas BALTZELL Sf WHITE plffs att's.

best quality ; an assortment of violins, with extra I I To all whom it may concern:-Thc undersigned was In consequence of the great and increasing demand Price-whole boxes, 30 Pills, 1 dollar, half boxes Nov. *3d isto_ fcSIX

long bows: evcrpointed silver pencils; gentle severely afflicted with a Dyspeptic and Liver affectionfor for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the 12 Pills, 50 cents.1To. weeks after date I shall the judge'i
men's and yout dancing of all sizes. price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come apply to
pumps and followed the advice of
many years, Physicians the I-Of county court of Leon for letters QI
within the reach of all county,
misses and childrens
Ladies do. tortoise persons. Lades
; shcll.tuck considered eminent in their profession, without administration, the estate'of T H idec'lI &
end side combs"splendid ; gentlemen's bead benefited. I Dr. CHAPMAN'U Anti-Dyspeptic Fills. Teeth, and ablessing. upon oraas
purses; being finallytried Dr. Peter's Medicinct Jan 4, 1834 2gw| ] TUBBUTT It. BETTON.RaH.M.
fashionable work Gaskets; do. pocket handkerchiefs ; Stomachics ct Hepatica; and, after making ULC of two These Pills have been successfully used by thousands The best security for their advantage i i 1 by ,
do. worked and laced handsome assortment of health fond in the use of the DAVIDSON .
capsa parcels found myself restored to perfect ; my who can testify to their superior efficacy (over Ii

ribbands ; artificial flowers ; belts ; hair curLrof all countenance, instead of being pale and haggard, resumed many other remedies now in use) for the cure.of DyspepsIa BRITISH JUVTISEPTIC DEJVTIFHICE.' ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAWHAVING .

shades; perfumery ; cologne water etc. ; most fashionable its former healthful appearance, and,incredibleas in all their complicated toms they give strengthto This elegant; Tooth Powder, wit.very little age.' located in daincy; Flat.;'win protulJ1 e

leghorn bonnets of fine quality, one of which it may appear, I gained near twenty pounds additional the debilitated organs of digestion, repair the appetite eradicates the cfcryy in the gum, prevents the ac- any professional business that mal W "

will! be dressed to the fashion of New York ; an assortment weight in the short space of ten weeks. It is ,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach; ha- cumulation 'of' Tarter, Which not only blaker bat I'' intrusted his care, in the courts of, Leon, GadsJeIJ k

of splendid veils; Prussian red stockings, near five mouths since taking the medicine, and I have bitual costireness, head.aeh, palpitation of the heart, loosen* the teeth and aeeltu their decay. The Jackson,-and!at Appalachicola Bay, also the adj uu'if Ql

of all ircs and colours; an assortment of jewelry, felt no.return of the disease, nor have I the least reason and many other nervous affections They contain no 'Dentrifice thus remove prevailing causes of offensive counties of Georgia and Alabama. lit %

, each K jadies; fine breastpins, earrings and finger U suspect that I shall. I would earnestly recom- Mercury, nor do they sicken the stamach, they are a bret preserves the hetlthineu and floridness' of .fIX "

r ring*, watch ,keys etc. ; patent lamps ; tacks; brass mend all persons, similarly afflicted, to make trial, of mild and safe cathartic: there is no restriction in dietor the gums., ,renders tho teeth beiigjfblly white. .! the weeks aft date application will, be made j

;j pails : a large assortment of metal belli, from 16 inches the same remedy. BRYAN ALLEN. drink or exposure to wet or cold.while using Price 60 cent subscriber to the hononrabie the connty'cQWC'of
\ down to the smallest size; Goshen cheese; fresh medicine Bill of directions -rill ,tem Q7;Nope are genuine 1nl.l> |ned on the outside Madison county Ifol' letters !lof admini radu-w-
The'a'bove in !
accompany I the
are put parcels'with ful e b
- prune and.fig ; ague'and fever drops, warranted to directions for using. From one up tothrce parcels will which will fully exp'laiA their, .. printed wrapper,,by 'eWe p petr..T- KIDDER. .'dee estate& .rHcnryH late of MWiaon,count. ?
d. 'l j226w] -vALEy..WATSQy.J .
, cure Port wineT year old, as neat as when imported be to complete a care The price is $5 From the well known reputation of (nese Pills for mmtdiaeIUcCeROr t t! T. C01 I.- .

f and a lot of handsome seal skin trunks: 30 bbls. parcel necessary For tale by E. B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, a many years,the proprietor(I. BOYD, Philadelphia) 'For.ale"at his Coantin Room,.Q jet No. 99, Cou{"W71OR SALE OR RENT._:A tract o/Z* tI four mil<

sweet fupcrfine flour ; 3 do. fine flavored New York sole for Florid 2312m deems it unnecessary :to"give any further detail of Street; hear Conc"r Boston;arid alioby I h spa {JC north orT AI LiBisscc, contaihiM:640 acres !

bed. porter; starch, and sundry other articles,which agent them. A fresh supply has been rceive and for sale cal appointment, &y E. B. PERKINS, (No': 2) ',venty of hich i cleared,with"good buil.mgs. ApJS!

getber with his former.stock constitute a very handassortment. OLTOR RANDOLPH offers ,his professional by appointment by. ., 1:; '-Dru3ctTb > .' GERRD ,. \

(38JA S C. ECCLE8. D'.l inc s 16 hb friends, tnd the'public, |Stf Tallahassee, NOT 83d I5lf. $ ,IFtTy4th.18i ; :. Jt" ,r 1 T Baw j January 18)1 JJ\7

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