The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
July 26, 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


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note:
"Laissez nous faire."
General Note:
"Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note:
Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note:
Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).

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I- -w-
; ; to annnince NA. -1 -.- -. -
: -
pr.yijX iTIlEFLOIiilwtN : i-V TScc.
ijyftD, x3sq. a Cand-da'.e atuinScptcnjlHm'X
: 4. And be it further enacted That tho
for members of
'1t' sum of eleven thousand one hundred ;ml I sixty
Ui !ativoO>;lli il 1 for Leon County."f .
> dollars, tHk f and he same is hereby, appropriated

utFon odlo announce JIO'KVJ to be paid out of any money in the Treasury -

c I >l3IO> 5, E.qninin a Candidate at not otherwise appropriated, to bo distributed

i-rptembcr neit iVr: members S to the Creek Indians, friends m d fol-

t fllC Df1 Ltv'i-iamtJ c Council for Leon --.-- NOUS FAIRE. I lowers of General Mrlntosh, who emigraiodundrr ;
4 --
.. ---
Y. iijt --- tho treaty ol January txventv-fourlh, -

wiDt: Trrr eighteen hundred and ix and who
j x\tnty-
to :U<:MIUCO dl.ij. r. c'i 't V
aT -- .4 ., '
TE .
) CJKEE.V S -T-- = = = 5- have not icc :ived ticirprp.rtioaso1ttic sums
' jnEKSON;; a* =
/ I THUS.} Leon the THE RACES [ BY AUTHORITY. ----- stipulated to he paid under the ninth article
IL eat county in ] he follov
i J1--io rf* rt: u.uni; br.! tinbamt* are hfitby *- I of
I ; treaty.
e iucd.cL. ; i approriated: to bi? L'K. | pai :mv
iSi tiiC'I SEC 5. And be it further enacted That the
Si in
l>!. 1 II. the Trcas-iry not otherwise nupropriated,
aie uamons-e to m.ousu-c viz annuities to the which appropriations

l> JiK.VOI;:; t ii a Cuiusdatc t It' n> For; are uiaJe iu this a f, shall be paid to V
the liics and
,. Lt:1 co uiv in the iic\t L.t-ji>lutivcr ; flh1'1aZ out the the Chiefs of the trihr, or -.i.-h: person or per
: *r?l ** reservations forth'* Sis :iad; Koxes under '
cry sons as the tribe >hal! np'rn.
the fir.t and eeond aiticles! of the treaty xiththoQ V

\ "t' aif autiwus-u t-:> announce 1)1) VH o: t \ Mi v.first S pfer.b: r, eighteen hundred Spfckfr of the JNO.He HELL* : i'f> Riprcxniatlzct.M.VVN .

: .MCt'lif.itSO>\ ilsq. us r. C anti ; -ind two tlio'jsind -V
IA-* yih thirty-two, dollars. UUUEX,

ir-re.-un Lvon county iw the next ] f VT R t"n Cor. ; : r \jiouses of loc-ttinii( ; reservations and I I'ice Prtsiiltnt of -'he United Slates, .nd 5
; vi1I
I : cff L AWSOF : IIL VN1TL,
laj. lClLJuil. Tursday 2 ;: net!, and or I' STATES I'A-'ED AT TJIEHK> rSEsSIO.V ccri1.! ni2 contract? undrr the C'rerk treaty: of I'rtsilent of tfis &,zc.

vii to announce Col.- i iif I f fI vc ivs. CL11j1UC OF THL H.V.STY--X._ "D CO.VGHESi.AN tI Weityourfliiirrht! : ci ht-i'ii liiiidred and ] Approved, June 26. IS '4 i;
hith Ir
; 1: Climlulnc to ? t'ay S'700-2 nllcl-r s-S20 c-t-n-e: ACi I !ihsriy: two, lilt, v !si tii-ais.tnd two hun.lred ard ANl 'iE\V JACKSON. S
:i rn.iUiiiij
JI N 31V'il1 ns JM d ly S400-4 mile: ,-::I. np./' (ri.itions f';>r I tlian; an- I t

: ;; Tirritury of Florida; iirihe J4th "d dty SMO mil: hen*?-3 MI 5:;-s-'O -o* '.-; ;pul otb- ohj.- :U, f f0 thrvoar Svu niy-throe djlhu's: and tlu.ty seven cents. AN 2
of | *ilver i For >.ivcnt tu thf* ; unl 3Iun- to established ini !Jitional laud office
: 4li.ry Sc-T.-t: SIT! c'hcats5'h thou j Sloj-khiidgo:
: Uniu: -- :: one una t ig'-t hundred an-1) thirtyi j! .
Px : I $ :t i- :ir. sees Imihns or improvements on the lands in : : .

per.ths '-- -- afl flt i :' I t The day Kwrcpaairc free for ?H a --siQO cl.c > iUit cnan'o'J bv ''.. : S <>n the (M-t side of Fox river, a rei-ablv: to the ( lie it cnirted by the Sniate: and House of
: : fet i -L ,13 ] Home of
p-Trc.S1 crfdcr. nnc V V
\\ tmIt1r c* i 'l !_ k. nr IrrJL Ti rV I K. po-: i-ionil ratification of the with said I Representatives of the United States of America -
cxpcctM-hc las In.lhe f : treaty
'fi f she UnrH pm- nf c : -prr> n'.uiiw.! t : .micd Stair'i t' A'lllfifCi -
k. .. : : Lli 1 ; ticmcn: feibr the djf&ron; : St-Uc, thitif : : C ; Indians: of ninth: July J eighteen: hundred and in Congress a..eiblcd; Thit so much 4oftito
: nur ; 111 .' -StfmllM% Jlit! fol- .
r trouiu rar-ty :t, ,iv vCl-l rcrw.nly aucnd our I l lovinjr : '] tinrty-lv, o, tVflt-s'nr! thousaud two hundred | public lands of tht'uitdd States -i tho
-: TTT Ms.\V1I.L1 \ ihw; .uj iS .\y an; h"ro v, ;it> S
rcr. .
; wir.iNo jiropri
1 r. f t.r.cri' ; pv.r. will }bc ? .rcd u ,hae .. land twcntx'-six dollars. Territory of Arkansas :is lios east of line
HeOn % -. a v. 4( tiunjs 4.11 c-nJartcd-ury Vqrntrn, -,; : iiiyaio.t of annuities due It. the .

,. ''i : t: 34J. C'.nrrr 'M i.." i: : '. d a-v mIr.: ? to those who fivouv S ..- I Ir.diaii-* siti-i Indiui t triUos. and ot'i.iri For payment to tlio B-othurtoxvn: Indians coimu-ncing on so I'li--ni: boundary of tho .

1J211Di. I V ; .. i:': tKirii pi".y. v rr.xy us i I 'j1- t henjinartrr runerat.?.!, UCCTto for improvements on the land casi of Fox ri- j territory where it is intersected by tho dividing ,

--- I., nil i' u. = ih Ch-bvrin he i vcr, to th. of i itreaty lino br-txvccn ranges fivo and siz, west
:: .' :v i4ic'e IF!! B. ; ? governed bv tU liic !: -. < ol certain Indian ft tics to t agreeably same proviso said
; .., 4 1' Z. : t tt ?est :1i \ % Marl "t All Utues tn be mao the le ( sixteen hun-lrod dollars. meridian, thence with saiil r.iiigo liuc to the I
V. 4 "" !J-V 9 &'Cl k' FU *fcr lh iI> u.ud )ut 'I 1 tiny money in the i'rc i.-ury iidtoiluruj
by ., ,. :..t. : etsr 4' i4' Uni- I h.T..a.T! = -> ILOlOUStU j For expenses of running the Ivies provide 1 j dividing tow.isliips ten arid eleveuS'tuth :
1.i:; r:f running. >e ar)5r priaton ; thlt i i' to p\y : thence
t -5 f for ; cast with thin said line to the
said and 4
iiy f
JAR. 3. -. To treaty, >r >uiveying tlic; tr.irts
: tu- MiNi'ions (.f I Iiplians t in XowI
cd, !: I.r.rir L.iv ir.II I M Uiaj'.r.n. Fl.x ?::i July, t-3. f 1S--2U;v ; ; 1 ti'.r tho aforrjjid Indian.: two tiiousand dollars. 1 divuing lu'j.-M-etxveon ran jC[ > f-vo and three west,
i-;' :: .,- C M I J I \ orl:, t';_j \ 1)U..lld sevon liiUidrod and fift thruce ncr.ii xvitisaid lav the
tr JAI :: I ;I1U5 I .1 q.tcc .. hit. For '.x't- uses of .selecting and locating re- dtv.'lnsg t-> oaso
L In. 144'lwV ] : t t-Ic;.:;; hi : line, thence east v.ith said baso lmu tho
1 t : iV ;"'XMi : '. --crvatioiis tnIer tht several treaties \vuh the i iP'
o i.tri.t"v r the S "" ol'No'.v Yoik six thousnna
J'V : -wu-; : I diviJing lin- bet .v>-*:n two and thrc
I : \ 9 I of ranges
) : : dollars. ta\vairsie5: tw.iMeili, twenty-sixth, andcc5flty

1 l ., 1 !'r.TUT. I.\u- in ti:. CuurisH ul L CO1t\ GE\ t % seventh OCt>:'. t, rightecn hit dr.-d ind i| easf -tiir-nce nmth with aid line to tlio di- j
5S rv cL5 j I'o the (;tta .1?, fo'.ir lhnu; .;id three hnniuin line
I] dividing between t
; C' and Qi : '. hit townships ton eleven
r."i- n' :- c'i'v JK4 Ze : ( ( ty f.1o, or.c tho'i-nnd' rtvo hundred dolhrs.1 ] -V

014 ; ._ "*' ; ; :., r 1 .- I- .. : ol U. t.'. Li.; .; : (IL 42I : [ For ( of running the dividing line I noith! th.inrn east with slid dividing line to
I LJ'.L I I :h1 t ;. ix !h :1.I .ISefl Apenscs I i ibtttvvecu the
) I ; line
: I..] 4. i dividing bct-.von six and
: : S th' Chocta.v.s ;angcs seven :
_ 4 .t :1 { ;;-i I and Cliiokasaxv one
-5----- 5- __ (h 'd 'I i t) -li ye do1I1u'r. east-thence north with said dividing Imo to
'd. S
S. ? S* OJ i : X. m.nth.frrg f.-Cli.: : Oa'.e, j;:- ... I To tio! vVva'-f'oN, I\IuiiS'2esun-J: Dc-luxx'arc?. ;liio'isaiM jjv' hundred dullir: the northern boundary of the of Ar-

K7 XV.j u't': -,- .-,. ,.,.,1 Y* i Ttir fxp-is..j >f nmnitig the line.- between territory 14
'zSp ;IK* ;vjo S : '-" 'j'i'Iy; to jj-o j -ine tlsous'i; ; jJ d.-.iui--: :. kans.i .
ah ill form
: ''I. Cmnv Cv'"f "o ?, : a ROXV laud district: to be j7 '
: : Jl l.
; and Sioux under the tifth
c- Cjiip"xvas
cnvv, far LtD. i | -
; To t hn ti'iii In U.m four hundrcJ tlul'i'o ,c Adm.m9-ror, the : : ?, I called the Mississippi land district aid far the
rf An
,. 5 .. state 'f l>AM'o I of t h.l; treaty \\ilh the!n ff uint-tcenili- V
: .1 .?. ::Ls "V' II., !: t: t'i ? i q. j jS I salt.of t'I..' public lands( wi'-hiti: tie! district r ***
< <: 'i:>- 5"W.t ID, t.'Ji-. JNic ; t'io' l !iiiHt, cs1JlttV.n: hnivJa-d and txvosity-tlvc, seven'
liamic-; thousand
i iafNV-.V- LUAd :' t-vt:jty-ulne and afon-3 iiJ. there shall
: V. : V bf* liud otii
a tabhshvd
; e o -
.- !- ', ', i : hji'r. th-t'Ia'.tll-j d l.U3.!
S :.. 'iv ;! ;:> by : < % ; FiS -l l.o ; ; 'J I )
/Y.IU .' I ftu1Iy1s'r1.'roit's -.ve11ty dollars.To at the town of Helena: i.i t'vj of
a i. ran g ? j jr I For to run th? lias bttva thc S.r and comity
.. ii iv'i' I" .' '--at . 4. : > .'.-,.; ] NOTICE. I tb} Eel iTivors; one thousand! one h :o- > t Phillips, in tho territory aforesaid.

: : :.- : K s.'* i 'i iffVa!. bo Jit J. | A 1 I' 'i!;- rrv Ji u-y: r'n rt f the C- : ry C -I'.rt tired dollar! : i i I-\\ ? u .l to cornetthe! : aurvt.-V3. und-T the1 i itrc SoC 2. And be it further enacted That

.5 .;-. *?n the rj*< r. nai ca''r1 it'or. ., jL l '.' C ".; ty: I1t f 'jjcii-h .1. th" s i' r w.'I To the Potawafiiji'i thosi an-i -i ihu'idred i\. : : ,'v of Prairie dII Ciucn! ot ti..eentii! J'liy, j jj' ; iheif s'j.. .I bo a
a and receiver
.5 ..- v > i limits tx'U.,; I'aiiU- } < :i *4> )iit. m ,Ji j ,&; -t: ?:: v.u :1 -, : "j :; i xi
,. : .: 4> h. vd. i-.t inr-r'.urtt: }'? v.-.i.: 5S : aud ti!.f-en, i n 11 'y Tr> 'r'e d ii: :h r'I! i". M. :'ie- ; uu-l tw ny; loirs.!! ;j 111 i-ri I .1! J.Lr. j ji I v 1 1 1 >::i-l nTi! 'e, tu superintend tns lit- of tho

;. S r> ) :: I, ;i.d .'.!! :--' :: t 'I: 'tatthd'ivm i G.i< !:r>s*. j To thi Fwia\yatiiiies of Haron, four Ir.-i i i For of the conrss"on t {T'iblic! 1 ind in a.tid di3'ii"t, who lia1l l reside 4 5
u ." 27.-r.4. O.\T -ii-' : IiTtt fore !
] '
: :. ur 'U4b p ivs a vi rr- : _i' ;. M.GIU'.ni! ] !: '. i ------ ------- : )' <.d r v-iil and the I Indi-Hi
.1. S t \
ft : 'r4 .t i'kciliC --- :
t Ai'Ml.Nl-! rAI"U'.> :- 'iiCil. Tr> th' I'ntT.vitiiii cs of t the Prairie, sixteen: ;! ty in the manner ,nid sums, ana x\ii.;:;:
: : :s % I5.i! f,. i:.; .t LI. co'an'rv tl.ffi u'i; vs uhi-'U m e.\it
i sJtn'1
r-.s- nmvj; i- c.- :".. neaip.' th I I iy ::i
:rr.i C ff :! jaott uif en' *' t4-i tijr f, -.!:* !I .4 II' : Ihq.? : t.'itr nisind; dnlinrs.j [; the' lo i: rompcn-atio.j, cnif luri: 'nfs. dull'--;, nn I au-
riTTMi* -utio .if lr> lands of th?*
r.Y :. 'C '-f' fl TJ- :: ; e.nigrating In-i
:> i <'.;vtT ..ii i': rIv5.Hi *:.. 'I ':!! j To thy !'ov watinii"s oTtbc Vabash, twenty I tiioruicshall, in be tho iS
; i fjl.arci.'q J J every rospsct, sauo!
rf .". ; dians
i 5C ,-5 < ; 4S4. tie : pr :.T 'Irva rnv!" ; in :.-: t,'r.inJ-tris therejf, :and a t-i'tim
5 S L i : L ivi!. : *h/: ;.:. 1r'fl4:1! i/y is-v, o': /' : tliousand dollars. j ', jn 1 'atiOii to !lands to be % [ and th" of
I. t5 4X -r4j r't5s e'3cwi'9c: I ; rt proptv pl.ietjs loration fr
9 *vr r iif-1 'J'l. o.. i 'kbr'j'l in ths | T tlip i'ot.T v.itimj. 'if Indiana, seventeen V olIiLC, as ate or law
U; ..' i 4S j jth I maybe by piovid iirclali'ni
-u j tf5 .lt"1''. J.> v: k '* such iribos, ti" i tJ jrtinns) of tribvs, a-; :nav: vr-j
*u-iid! di ll-'ir i to tho!
IIinycrvnE: registers: and receivers of the
,.. i f i.V -; i- } | 17 : :\.l -rMl wish to remove t>j th it cos.iv, for th'it part of i itho f :
.S V F5 i I-h 'I'o tho v In-; vis, Ottawa?, and PoUwati- public nnney ia several otliccs estabiished
: -- --. -- __ S i Jitecn nunJred i
va'ir: ( an :hnfy
C M V'l: 1 T31 }*, my-* *! :is '". 4iy'-, threeL A V D'LL.tJ- { .4t' \ :; >. IL'i i !Xt'I! tt u rand and nine hundred and I j!| f>r the sale of the pubiV land<. V
cluk-d within the f-rm their
Vvo Mi *:. vjj y in.'V nr( Ji** 'i-it ?yv \ ryI .. ; fl3 (1u(1 GrO1.QIL t iin''ty-i jl!! tis. appointnien'i J>cc. 3. Arid bo f.irther enacted, That all S

:. ..' / :'.;: ; : .. f *:i th u-.s vrsVi!!: ur. I| \ : s ir : j I'L \I ;. I5t'- 'J'o \Vjnnebagnrs) thirty- seven thousand !]I i twenty th dollars. U'-h public land-; embraced within tho ditrietcr :

: J j'ln.u! 2 4 C ." ;; r C IT.'V r inv .n.5r.i ,,unaruj; : \RRV-5Ic i For the ;p L:5' Ti.-nt i of claims de: by the Patawathnie ?-
... -. > H;.!'ht liundr fl and fonv dill.ird.To .jto-a by this act which shill Imvo been 5
jSl j* I / y t :"i:,<:- ,'.t vf'y: d ']: : .fl'.4 e ii ; I ,; iLi IC. j -': ; Indians t'hito ciiiznn?, and for :
r .-J' -V ;U,' C f.Ll 0 iiv:4 d'Cu i' ,]oT* !]< -> *hu.lctcr: :, U brau.I&.d '. I the 3I !nomo.i's: tS CUt)' thousand and ottered for; a iL' tu the highest! bidder at any
horses delivered! or'lcr of the
'' -' .l' 5 1". ct 3 *.. :\\X; ;. |.. ins a ?f >f : (/ j'cj: :. I He i. a 1r5'j-:;'* 1i1:1 k ;titi. 1 will i'e t* c t f rtv !ojjr.s.To | t>y fon;
*3 :. '. '.-" fa.U) *lrJS % UJ' '.T8f'Ct Ili >il'J t>I": it. vird f-r Ins ijt-ri-ln'iisio'i a.ul d j ers to the Indians, and not embraced in the j any
i five .
S < livi-ry u tli" r.'nippewas, eight himdrrd ] proclamiiion of the President of tu United
! J5 5 TL. y af* ftl jJ:*.'; ; u -"y 14v ry i i. c aiij f/r ii.' .i/rctt aj I cnnvi-ni'-n I f tl'e tlii.: .i", or i schedule xhii! nccnjn.i micd the treity of October j : :

5- \:. :;ii Ha'i r.ast < f F; -:, n:":t ii'i t 1Lt i | tW'-f.iy-H-: i1pri. Si'vr.l ii"- dollais.) eighteen h'iri'ired and thtv-t .vo, :-s the Snt"a, r.-l:: t v.hciLnd-5 re.i.: in un .i.i at the

;. 5. 5 ; ,, r.v--; 'it; rcqj.- c ..fl-C fc-r-, I I Sjroca11 i.urv s :h i\\ebct--jj stolen! in thii n) --li'> rliood I To the Chippewas Menomoni s, and Xv Secretary of \Vir shall nsc itii i to havo been taking HF-ct ot't1 ; act, ohal. be s-. : .ct > bo -

: 'r: .' '.' v"' '*" '- !-. : ;' -. **' t wn a1. J I appt' h-'tul th n t jja ; has been < I f:: York Iiidi-ins, one thousand five hundred dullir j entered and sold at private sale by ':: ; i. opcroffrcrs

., 11 j._ V-.. r.S' '. ** M. 'z''.: .rs- of the offme: herein' cie5d ia tLSto .
: ; -
: ui5'-: 'iirr'" jt.itr\ I' r.Ju 1 1 ;pcr:ed u\ii--fvwst nncii'-o: *. on.1 l Iiy t lit ii.uu .f W : ; For payment of cl ii ns to Cn. roh.-os of Arkansa !
r .. tt. T... < i.j. Sad To the Sioux of three thousand manner, and tlrj
: ;q 1k .' ij Hciiij/l'-lun the OIJIT by the s\unc if Ji-hnU.v =. Mississippi -, in addition to eight thousr.n: i sevtu subject to a uno tonne

i Tufrc i-a pr couuoii a lh- fojni'f'jr n.o t 'eV( n Iidres! doIiar.'I'o ac..: upon; hue conditions as the silu of tluSilJ >
: : hundred and i\fy Uv.-lbrs.: appropriated t'.ven
; j
iic.v. '.rcalin;. 1 would eauti'in aM >Ts n5 i ain; u-ri- i ti." Y.irc-ton and Santie !bands of Sioux, i.idv.. tild have been subject t-> in the

t tS'S ::5' S J S ..1' .f-.fls t- ;?LL1.! i t.- S ; 'niuiji-*.. i I4>y: t" ;TO,'as he will be pu .iT?y rt-c-.iMj-,: i i y i-ic |i futir t tliou.ind four hundred dollars.To t-iOUrthl May, cighfcen h i-.i-Jred: and twentyj : 1 i >aiJ .S''ver-il laud ollices! herein bef-jro mctiou.d ::- :
4 ':' : I uu i.j3 c'K-t-kj: which ir is asrvrtaiii-'d, falls : :
eight sums
t. j I C.iL ,-(',- \1.t.' i.j1)45t J MVLHS KVERITT. th-: ):nthas: to'ir lhoii3; nd dollars. j 1 .yt ;nft'i.' ,.."!! r.fiulK' tennirpfl. riv> him. I Idred ; iud they remained attached to tho 5

t > .-e"tft. -if J-, JMC1Al4.r-. tin L 1 Ilkli'iiy TIsiJ;], V/.is'iiii' tnn county, Fij.Jun 1 i To the Snrs of JMi scuri, one thousand lour aina-

S : .-''. J.i t'a.x >\-h5], ;: I hr t: he; of a th- <: :, Pol ((1T-1 ) j hundred dnlhr" an-1 fifty-ci/nt dollars anJ thirty-throe I ApprovcdJua22Gh.131.

:' J.nlie & cn:. .i Tij-m wf.i bi : *CJ3Tr! : :\1o'IR' Co-o. Advciriscr anTI t'-.e' f"l I ; cents :
: r-i- j To the Sur three thousand doling.! I _
-. -" .-4i .-A< <:-.v.:',. Tli" h.iJ.yit5a !t 1 ."..s KiiqUKvr, v.jil.iVi '.h ?(Ii' a!>..x- s -i i tv "'c, f.r: i >, For --.rnpen.itz'ni t I I-iac McC y fjr e\- -V V : -
':' i.i '' k-. .. To t'-o' Fxethree thousand dollars.To I AN ACT torcalo aJ.JttiomI-livJ: district-
?, t 4 w .1:1: 5 fivv.nnl ill i :-' '!: = ..ii. :.
& the luvi-j i M'-i the
'. i" n '< uj L' >-, JH tYjH J*'* M J.A < th- Iowa; a, five thousand three hundred tjcn- > --urvcying a.- to I th.:' States of IIti'us! ; and .Missouri and iu L
S .:r> ': .. .*' \.-., uaiif: :. L\\'inil) STATES 'Ji .1. /C I, > I'iankt-huvs vVea Iviskask i*. and t*: orias, '
... .4 Zi -. and dollars. the Territory north o the bMti of IIiioH.Bi !! .
5 '.. : ..' jrar'-N JcsitixtlTr.ici or I'JKHM thirty : 1
: i7 ) i j. Jn q iitti ; nint *ii i 'or extending th" .surxvy of the i"u'.vr.ue: land-:,

: ." .5 1 *' 93 s'i1 : tta.t r 1;'.. V T the Ixr.-M of i;<: United States for said Dittrid To the SKS and Foxes, twenty-five thou-i two thou? me on hundred and t.v > doll-ire. it oni.-fd Sy th'! Senile and HOM-S of :

: ; ..". t..;: i. dJM5.2jC (!j:1ic .1.S -i.' -cir! :'> : i .sand three hundred! and t tvtcnty dollars. ; Representatives of the United States ot Arnerir.i -
For Indian "sorvation-j the
..t 5'' '' v I 'v I i'. ;; ',- ,j,. x cjr J 4 !iviij at. T11 I ( : :B. l by his Pr-, fir To the Sacs, Fox s, and I J ways, three | surveying .iu ut Congress assembled. Tint all that traetof !i
'- I >1 'Jl4 ,..... rci hirhood! of Michilin.i- mac, in the Territory Jt
( 1 Ad ..
JtrV44 1Ai (I1 % fl L it. us ril d i -i iT
V q u i zLr.L, tuu. thou-!..iul t V'
r ; norih of the
; : coantr lying dividing Ihe: bet.wea
: t?utr K-jtl I ', : .* ". of Michigan four hundred and lifty *
LIZZ L : j iji-ju 1 .It in it t! --d Rh .rt ,
'r 'i. ., ,h-k. :] : :> the Ottocand Missourias, four thou- | : tOW 5 hip n'ini'iK r twelvo and thiiteci
: 'J. of -.
ivy 4y 4A5 : Az j Hiis'i-r titi i i. <)u r niarj-sfuilj, u re .! U ti. I ,

T .
:. ;; : !j4 !usi2caijn; cr 14 I1fl : > :1!ii.\ .. '.- li'.i vcnibiiido:.- '! nd d r'-Iict-- To the K-iuzas: five thousand nine hur.divd payment upon m-liturv boa iry I in Is, ai; l tint! trart of --j-in- 55
| iiu v. .S : ", -t d.I <-uty! Use suit lioi, ..r." n:. l iht. and dollars. s--ttlciiicnt to he dtiii !tor provisions and bounty: f
3 -4 S I| forty-five try iysng iioith of the hn bet-v--e't
S dixMing *
S. 1 fjf :. '. fur Vest under
': tu.2 S r.Tvy i :; vihoor.'Ti.u'--raV-d in satinaod, i.i IJ ( inna-: ; emigrating ,
5 -1 i 1C I- 'lio tire OsaLrcs. eleven thousand and seven- towiihi >-3 i.rn': ) r thirty and t.iirt.-onc north
5. Cgr'V uri"i'3! ih: port of yVes ffv. >jcn bnhs nf ] i thf1 tje-ity xxith the Crocks, five thuu-'ind one ; ,

7 S : tit; S s iJ <."'i-''>n, :nn-1 prnj.StlxMpr- .a t L r. : A.i I;\ ly dollar.I .-;. ] hun-lr-vl asal tlurty-s'A! dollars three o'ih--j old; base liaa included i-i tlio State of ,
.5I I' v-hf.rr.r ']jr J 5 !. of our ? td Cvun h 'h To tho thousand live liur.drod : Illinois
5 ; i. lncL r J. gi'u! ; :udjL-;, a-, ; : u, p'.jrtcd I KLkapoos, ('iht rts. and -ill tint traet of country I\ing irrlt&
} .. / M < : i
S tliP-Cs-St '! ; .f A't r-: > -} C'-H-
; s.Xatui-alU.; pfrbni.s dollars. north of the
j jTo
i y ui ? OU ot fte of Illinois! wit of i.akaSi
five thou-tand Creeks fro-n i
j-iif-i M lie ci"d) and
t f t ; 10ipji ar at tiiiat \ removing
4' .."i. lV-k-- #;1'. c. SL ilo'iS' "iVrcst sarJ the! a vl Pcorias, two thousand j I -:1ii.Ln, and south and soitie: jt= of th'j
'" *l' | < ? ; at Ky in D.-.triri, to hj"Ci' ttu; (.'reck cou.itrv nat. of the Mi-i-5.ii>pi to

( ... .j;]4li"ilfr"--Of r<; .r.c ,Jt< ( mi.jtM3 lo jlitrr lr'00vc ( !' : '. if ;i v tily f whY the' jrajer of said prti and fifty dollar-, in addition to one thousand j ihcir, ncxv, cnitry: we**, ru'th it riVer *ICU-. Wisconsin and Fox river of Green Hay; in (
( Mn ti >n r''jld IK-! *1I'. grnnttd.Youaic dollars in the hands of the I
te ferri-
"' Sdperinten- present of Miclii: i:i. 1-e: l-i'd or?
,; ; # tflt JJl-JV4utti r'.a >. -. J tl <-rt.fnr lifrrcLy nuthiilsrd j -linv: .suh.T-! >tonro on the joutrand flu one year; :: 3t
.. : empowered I, i
r .i.j dent at St. Louis. in'o four
,/ l iud districts
4, S 5' 5 ta l..y L. J.a! on HT.tfcv-or an.iiict'.y tiij'.incd *o citt- and ridr.T>:;i-h all persons ai'tt-r their .. -ival xvest of Mississippi! and ; n'v.v to be divided anc
T. 'VL- ? MPa Jr .i ; To the Ka kaskius; and PiriaYca.; .=, and ;I Lioignited follows! xiit V
: That
S r.-t- rested, IT fnvin :i'iy riphi, title, or cliiin to al! oilier e\ifMse.s attending k -ir emigration, j to : tract lyiui;
filfycx'un in-of! Cu'i n, liy p"'jh.hin' thin! ino.niion I j Piunkcshav/s one tiious'.tud doll irTo -. i j !! xvithin thin S: its of Illinois! as .ilvjvc describe :
i ;; ; provid .1 'r by tin* tvvoli: ,. artKi of the! ,
4 'T, .j. t'V L t :tu: Ii 5b in mire n': '. ?4..Vtt.r in the Tuntory: cf F.'oii-! u: the Piank<:-lnwj, ci... ht hup.irod tT.Ilii. j of the t-vcntv-fourth .'f ir--li eighteen !!( snll! be divideJ by a north nnJ >:ith line-
I h j. ] j ilie 1:1 sinc adpinisi; fJ'.ve thrrrcto.t 1--ast foi.r vx.l.s.'nfore j ji i tn-uty V
p&.ir To the U'ea 11. c5e ih'.ius.itid doll.irs.! drawn bet-.vr.-u
: the
of huo
4 t32' I i the said th ?t Mutty -f August nxt.; i hutidfi-J ad th' 'yt t \vo, thund"'d} and for- !i 1 range ton r nun -

1 : fl: qlji:. fJj 4 'i)! And wriv you hh.iu! do m !h pry i < : ycu shall 1 j i To the P'iuktsh tsv>, ue luindrt-d dul'ars. }! tx--orji' ih.n'-iiiMJ ciiiht Iiu..n5i'c-l .ind her tiiaee and t fvir, east, of the tini pnuuipntj S.

cr'15.t:! : ,5 ttt }. J'jj. ] ;.lFI'5 iS itifi ,. Iu duly rrify u<--I 1 h'Jud' < u* rtsd!, :-it thi tmc And l 'j jpi To the Dclaw.ia-s, .r.\vn thousand cipilu j iivo loliar.. sevcmvj j jFor j i j iiK-ridiin, ant1! that on the wfj.-t t-iJa of said V
: &' <- r>f r". i'.1. t'<'_'<--tT % /h ih.s wr.f.: doll line
J hundred and ir. sliail tc
i h' ,
VvyV- ;sti O' 4 iks: sovcnty j called the northxv-jst ar.-l thit
Mre u' i: rifles motik! itnm'.nition and 01:
j : : \Vrvbh-: I Ili i'n i'): ; .'AE'JVrrn, Jiii'ir* 'f''I \ ; ? i iblaiskt3
l i raid: C urt. Ji-r scud; L :.-,! .' 'J-: zxus i.h; da; cf June To the Shfi\vaw-es, three thousand ci :)ht i n; d trvinspurtatioii: of the .- a uas ;J the east, a-l; northeast Kind district of the
3 3.i'i.:1
) t.t. r j L't'ai".v: 'n S fri"Ll' CI u "in.-rd i v''y' i hundred and forty dcllars. provided for by tlio thifnb: ntid'! of thiI j o'tatc of Illinois! ; and alt! t'nt tract north! of the. V

1 .! ':rh .- ALKXAr-i.-KH- : HAMILTON DAY Clerk.Uv To the Shawaiiees and Iela\vares I State of Illinois .
.. ,... a *cna' ff--1 JUV C."Vr \ il 1 K. .Ni\VCJMi: one I treaty of the t'.vonty-fuurth of March, cightaeu \v > -t cf Lake Ivlichigau,

t: t51e1 A r arii ii# ".h i IVj.'vChik. tliou.-atid dollars. j hundred an-J thirty-txvo, xvith thi) slid Creek sojth.iit.d s.juth.-iit of the Wisconsin and I'oj:
1'arnslics TiitncFDrtE: kr.o-.v ye, ? "' 'ill wli ni i? concern'I and
!t uti .5 S nny I' th Shaxvancrs. Senecas of Lewis-i rivers, included in the
T..r. thilitj ptjr-J'inr. < of! it* : li .x -r.iniiiiiuii, fr m und-r | tribe of India: s, txvcnu thousand eight huarind pneut Territory of ,

i'aii L. t' tIcrrn .n. ":3j' r..n I the fc'.u of liic I *I.'iU '--art of I ih Ur.i!tiitatt: :, of town;, one thousand seven hundred and fijhtydolldr.s. I and seventy-five dollars.; j Michigan, shall be divid.l by a north rid io-ith V

.S Lj '? ,_li.F.' r i 1ib nid : Am TJ'i, l 1r iliS; c(n.-I..u Uii'ri'-t <>f I'liiriib, ts med V_For removing: such portions of iho Cherokocs -! line! draxvn ir i.n the noi.riorn boundar" of Il
uri J1 ; h''. rt'd a.t idc'.r. r 'I!, I d'i he l 'ix* *. -' Lex\-s I linois
15 Cnif iii y : publi I1S'j To the Si-.nccas of >to\vn, two thou- alonr ;iio raniio of totvnship bi8; ext '
'I 1 1f ( t '1x lt a:; ()uflI "viii t1fr1 ton!! pors'-ii? ::: r.ny: ::ianui- ir.t'.r.:.lid l tin! in, tint j and dollars.To i as may: (emigratii during the pivsfnt year of v* "
thrq sand three fifty xvest Fort 'Vinuob '
this \vris
to -nio
f-1 'f C.1)3 1II.', b. ]; 'h.y 'ic :itrtl j'j 5t '.1 Ii i a" tl-rt CUM : \<\ i-.c llrs'n in.titil I from the Cij--ioke country cast of th ; M.is3is- ; igo, : ;

l 6: -_ a : i.14'1 : I 1 h5 !'.' 11r4';' 1st sid lsti-.t, -u :l l. (;(url House i ii tlic ('nv the Choctaws, sixty-six thousand five I -i!> >i, to their now country xx-ost of that river, liver, and be called, the on? on th '.->t ''ide,

in Lidjfl S fo; ozi '5 'I!f ll'rX'fi.t, on th" / .M.i-id iy of August iv:xt, a- hundred and thirty dollars. ir.r'j suhsi-itencoon! the rouo, and for one j I the \Visconsin, and that on the east side, th'r. L

inj j !I j. M S>'( ].n-k. A. M.1 nf! Jay, thi-n and il lisre ti' i.i>rr- To the Chickasaws, three thousand dollars.To umg I Green Bay (Lind districts of the ot
: i t1.. M pi.- ti.ttir Jai: -> f'sr ii.- .line, atid in m ic! th- ir allr4flVl1VJ y. ar after th--r: arrival vest of the Mississippi, Territory

t1t" ..tri& tins i,.,' h li th! 'v om wllf ; I1 suj'ol-I ii.! r''t. the CrCi-ks, fifty-four thousand four h JD- :. nd! all! oilier expanses 'attending thi'ir e.nigra-j Miehigiii ; which two dtstiicts shi.i embrace

? if In. r'.lrtI ; i y f CXJ.CUlU.Kji r'S'S I 1 iiOMAS IIASTIN, H. P. Mr.u'li Irsl1a' drcd and filiy. five dollars. ti )ii," six'.y-dght thousand thiec hundred and j jl the country noith of said riv 'r- when the In- S
v* w( ; Uli iinci of rioridJi.ii. 'i'o tho Cherokc-es twelve thousand dollars. tlnn titlo
f -,.:. : !: p.u i| sti'oJrs: at fl r.iro :* x-nty-five dollars.Sec. ial! become extiugui-bed, and the
I J" r "v 'V42- f T ti, u1i.t may .,;. i I, By. R. rl.'-:T11lt; ; D- ittiy. To the Qtiapaws, tWO thousand dollars. Green hay district be dixi j hJ
3. And be it further enacted Tint may so as to
1 s.C ..,., ; *N xcrt "' 'vul &be .%niig! vij tij- ir; Ky e t. J'tn ITt.i, i..t. { 47-4 > ) Indians thousand : form
p To the Florida
l j -. -- -- seven two di-tricts x\hen the President V
i shall
: '" a1 L! the sum of hundred and twelve thousand ji j
S l'"' ""<:;""l ;"411 '!c t'i i: 1 fl g ii.LU1 one
tfl iy f vth Ir I r' ) i I V. i1r4. doiiH!!;; i ('14lt! hsudied and fifty-three dollars and se- j, deem it proper.
A LL nrrsonc h '!Iiiiii demands arniyL
L ( .\\tiId :41\: -vi.i : > For (to carry into effect, the fourth article of Sec. 2- And be it further
.I', Isf' p., j ')1 f. : tuc f-Is.i.itf ff i .\-.i.i. FAV-T, la:<-o! County, iSund j veniy-cight edits, paid into the Treasury und'r enacted That"there
::'_ Sj. .1 I stSflS1: nrc icqm tied '. present tlicin duly aut'ion- the treaty with the Apalaohicola of Indians the provisions of tho a>:t of February shall ic established in each of the said

: j. NcT1GJ j:;. i-n'-l I 1 a> !ili<- !14 .. i-Ltjmrei, \\iihin i h2 tnu prcscnd in Florida, approved thirteenth of February ninet'-entii[ eighteen hundred and thirty-onn, l.tnd districts, one land office, at such time and

s L: v'.' ',r n c '-a tll/> '|jlc hereof, I %'FLU ap 'ly frt ,>-t< i<,bled or: be lo forcicr S'lid'r i b! irfcd, .ire: Aid cilicd: all:i toirnke in r.ny innni'.lie wise- eighteen bundled and thirty-three, three entitled An act to provide hereafter for the place, as the President may dnignate, to b

ti t-:,,. ,.. Ul' ;"1)"ilon, fr"l: c Ad'iiitiUirAUoii i uayniCJit to t'r-' : Utl41trilVtl. thousand fivo hundred and ten dollais.To payment of six thousand dollars annually to removed xvhenevei he may deem it expedient

a ;kj, "! 4 U"1 G.iir.ri d"- tsw.1 1 htn of 1 MARY FAUST'.ratrix.S" the Alenomonies, tivo thousand dollars, the for thn public convenient
Seii'-ca for :
; >n > C. II. DUi'ONT AJu'r. Indians, and other purposes,
-- !-' ,'' [ KSnp Julc 21, 183&. I for the annuity for the year eighteen hundred and now standing to the credit: of Indian contingencies Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That die

I ft11Nj.cjt1'JIts NU'I'ICE.Lit. >CTUK'S \ ii.LlS 'KA.NUUJUPH have s- and thirty-two. sh.ill (be applied to, and be subject President, by and with consent of the Senate
yiatrd ihemsrh'cs i.i tae! pmcticc of u.ediciiu-
.. For (he transportation and distribution
tL h.tvji rhims against tlie e >MteJarcby: I id S offVr their pruffssuiniil services to tlic public. Of-! expenses to, the payment of the annuities authorized to so soon as u sulficicnt number of toxvn>Tjips

L:d briii-" i '''ILLI oJ, tj'Ctad ae imti- li-v between the Planter? )Hotel and amberi's. Z'2t of annuities, salt, agricultural implements be paid l by the provisions of this act : Provided arc surveyed and returns thereof made to the

1iu farw.t-1 proncriy Rut : and tobacco, tools &r: and other ieci- General Land Office
&ttt PbjflS i DOCTOR JOHN McLKMORi: That the claim of the Seneca Indians to authorize the co.nraencement -
uia/-d to the said estate, anrequir- dental not otherwise enumerated, of the
n1 expenses
ue against the United States sales in either of said districts
lin iedmtc { ayinent tu the uidcrtgned. inform his frUnds thui hrha) thousand five hundred dollars. ; for $0 same sum

t TI1O. BItO'.YN. RESPECTFULLY;: ; dutiestT 1.i professino. twenty-nine of money, sh ill continue of the satao force to appoint one register, and one receiver -

2l,131 [4C-tfj AdnaV uf T. T. WUUsan dc'd Nor; 234 lJt SEC: 2. And bu it further enacted, That aud effcct as it flow 12. for each (and oifice eo established, ttho


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I a _._. .- -4. .. .1 _f.1 __!._a... o1..4 &L t1'n1I1 orr. "n. .nn... h\nl1s.. a a_ one__ ofa most i u n --
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me pomiuai uj gUiUUO, UHU "uu uvua---/
; \! reside at thu place disignakd tor the land: I I I'r J.It..1)! N W York Duly Advertiser. the country which has given its steady support ter. The affair produced much men indent N J
,.. .
olli... and give security, and disrhnigo all dnli. jl FOUR DAYS UTER FilOM FRANCE. to Andred Jackson, are not the combination and exultation among the e.ntunips of t ih- President I"Li WL .\' n.ut."t'v.> rOiH (..(LViii'CREWS". .U'L; V t tnc. .

O ;- <, pertaining to such olFue as prescribed by ;I The f hip Manchester, Captain Swift, an i't'd iI i- of those who live on the public money ;" and it yesterday. It is however, a matter co.iscir rcqiu'su I ;., t'>tv.a -nt tl j...., ) ',1)140'<-lot j .
ii itsolf if it do not 'I '
la./. I I \ last night from Havre, having sailed on the is in vain that the Editor of the Telegraph appeals of very little importance I t.cuwt ; an.-l! ..atldt.t n j,.u ll.\n..l.L. ..*

S; .. 4. dud be it further enacted, That the I j:I 2-r>(th of May. By her, the editors ol the New to the People to put down the many.hea- lead to some measure on 'he part: of tile authorities I quested to 11\.lkc 1.'lOiinK.atcpayin) .\ .., 4i,u vI
which the Navalestablialiment I : C..I\
Piijont hllbe: authorized, ssoon as then ;' York Daily Advertiser have received copious ded monster, to which he scribes the invincible Washinaton, by July t"tlaI"IJI| ) I'J".".'iA -JIIir"s'r.:.. .
in degree ;
.-"., .'v shall; have: been completed! to rausu l Idho !, tiles of I Havre dates to llin 24th. and Paris to : strength of the President. lIe says (alluding I at Charlestown :uuay. L) I

>1 rl'tltiH' sale, i in tho manner prescribed the 25th May, inclusive, t together with the lat to the efForts of the Senate to put down be broken U.( lithe public proptrtvis i Lu A .JII.'llS.t'R.\.-. tIt .
i l i.4\v ul! the 1-mds in \l.mJ districts not safe there, it i is possible that the Navy Ue- j 'I.h ha-.m-. ci-, ,4S t"\lIl\t .4.I
by lying : I t lest Havre markets. On a hasty perusal of the President,) I i J ,"-. i: I:\LL. I.ttc of T..T? ;l' "S'- ,,

at the land onViMin! thu! respective district them'e find hut little of a news character to h This hydra is unharmed ; and, unless the part'ncnt .nay order the Go'ernment'csclJ to H.'il'I".1 tu jIieSiiiL. t iin (liLly .1.'.r,.r"s"n IJUnty.t.4".

1.1 .vhi: 'h! :ine Ian J .so o i'red i is, ('l1lbrll l'd, res- translate. The death of the griint Patriot People can ho aroused, will triumph-their other places. the I tae prcs"n 'l'd hy. i.1.W, "I .1';lrV. -'I"'II V..I' .

I .;'j \ ; i:* only section sixteen in cHch township! ) Lafayette; occurred on the morning of the 1 I emergies will be directed t( the election ot From the B-.>M >n fJar tie. (1t1csix'I I.trIi.--h\tI.0 Ill k"I'cr.sI'I1 II1Hl1'lhatl IIHdt..j! ,., mf I a'.o ,'ru.I ..

I ", : :r .c': rr*.!n'cJ lor thc'il1l;: l: of Galena,, and not on the 20th, as previously stated; : Senators, pledged to maintain their comuiriation 'Ve learn that the members of the Senior I} .LP.\IU"1 paym:'1f l' .

<': .!! olhiT tracts as 11aII 'eji grant.'d! to in- ho was buried on the 23d. The people} of ; and if the election to take place during ordcicd to July 10th. I ia.:. (.1 s. |) ILmuH.t "
Class at Cambridge wcro appear j.
: .::1 o'H11.1' and the St.ito (,f llhnoUc I and siuh.iii : Paris piid him great honors, and the government I the Present summor, shall sustain tint combination the Monday :,,, .'V. \... k.'L S.I.trIIl.' "lliCit- --- -S
before the Faculty of College on ( )I." WI'
I I ''St .. os: a* ths: Preilkulhall di'un: nejy also ordered out a strong force in honor I I nothing short of a bloody revolution relationto ,, fS: .; < .uWr.bfv t., the/(loti. th < '!'
last certain questions m 'llll'V
4',. : to retain for military! posts, any I l.iw of of tho occasion, but really, to keep the City can restore the Constitution and the liberties to answer: ,I : !.f' I'.tyof (.r'I.I\r Letters of V ltI! .
the statement published by thlmThey 'v. th : C ..It'i: of S.\MLV.t.: MALTBr I't'I'
.0.(..*.. .n In-rttofuif existing to the. contrary quiet. The funeral solemnities passed olFpe.rlcctly of the People." i I t'ciI. ,.
met the questions promptly, aud confessed J JI l '' : I;. .
l to! \' ii1-.tudiflZ.! I quiet. The flags it f the shipping at Here is the melancholy foreboding with i I j every thing, as might be cxpcc ed from high- ( 19'I: !. 1 t3I. f'--.: ., 1 H.ivre hoisted half mast. which the Senators turn towards their constituents -
enacted ; were
S..5. \id be it further soottho -
i : ronUeious -
minded honorable gentleman, 'lJ -
\ The Paris of the 22d I The New Hampshire Legislature has j| young 1 a.l _
I t mild h [ ;public'' lan-1 of the UnilcdM' Journal says, preparations that Ihey had dune nothing wrong .1.1L: t't ..

I t \1. ; -1 tho Sl.ile of Missouii I, as lu-s west I are this moment made by the Ministry, I already voted out Air. BelL who has so long i The Faculty afterwards voted that they hud R1.\t.\t.i I I d.iy of Juiv !.-j1

bftwrcn ten and for the funeral of General Lafayette ; with voted down the will of the majority of the ;j 11. i>y ilr; 3Ulh I! iy .-f Sfpttiu-
line t will
'.f the rango.: rangi-s I I I been guilty of a moral academical indiscretion j I .
rj.-vn west of the! fifth principal: inorir.iui such display i as i is attended on similar occas I People of his State in the Senate. Tho rest or something to that effect, and thus the matter !j GCUC..I! P'.>t Ortirc as dc:\ft Lt. .

soiHh of th./: liiio dividing tnwuiiumbirs I inll.i.-This morning all the ministerial papers lead their fate in his, and they now threaten :, A. I I.Mon- \V'
,.id \Vc learn that
; to
and fort .olle I1luh.r I contain eulogies on the greatest character ot the country with bloody Revolution," if by was wiped up. regret j Adams( : Rp.John W.2J t M,. '. ;
: ;:.iI-: forty I harmony is not entirely restored {here. There j Atle'lCIan..Jt! orl'iacN.t
: : :
.,.. ".1.,.. i.-..}. -r-., \.\\ni\..... .11al-?.--!. t'UI'm- a nevv Kind! oi-i- I modern tunes. The military honors that will I displacing them, its will i i.a made to prevail instead .I was more scraping. at praycr3 on Teusday.; I II I Atkerson, .Mary I IVrkii'! :

in .t t, tn !>e rallftl tu! s j-ilr.\vst! land dis- bo paid to Lafayette: are those which belongto of theirs in the Senate--or in other Since thu ah )vo piragraph was written, woIrivc Austin, Tliomas II. PruJ .i.C':,
General in Chief. Paris has but one sobjcet I words, if the will of the People should be.I .
l.mds a
silo of the public B. .ioat
1 1 i''t ; a -.1 l for lh s opened the Transcript, in which we find .J. .

-.s ttb i.t 11H: di
nstnblisli.Nl .sn.-h withmy.illiMiiptas i General Lafayette. No oration will be delivered and politicians :I'I't 1 B > I t rigi I h r, Bcnji: nun ..,
l.inl I 4'flc plico wo the dismissal of the Senior regret :
: I the, President' of the United.! t at his grave, but it is: believed that the But there is another painful asp ct of'the : this time. We -that Old i IIIL'r.I! VVtiliutui ; :' .'-.. J.lI" ..

funeral will stop on the square of aflair of the coalition that depresses the Tele I are apprehensive i Bciiil.:: S.nrritl:; S. ,:il.I IL.'..'t .
>-t it smiy dcs! tlJtc. procession f Havard will not he able to survive the blow C. I ; .
.I .
the ba.tilc, and that on this ground consecrated graph. There is no concert eilner of opinion II.VC5ii.lrol J.M- v
J: -c. r. An i 1 11f it furiluT crnrtcd, That inflicted upon her by President Qnincy ind I I, 'I try It.C:1.: .' .
I .
to the of the two revolutions, of or action" tho malcontents: and I : \,.
: t':. !r -'-'h.ill!1)4' a U('gistr i and lloci-ivcr ap- memory among his associates :- Cash t I. I'\ \V.Chippll. ),). C .. .. J'...

;, n 11. .d to '.aid office, to supiTint'Mul, thi1 saf!! which Lafayette; was the hero :--some re- the. democracy cannot be divided. lie sm> 3 : I HARVARD COLLEGE.-The present Gov- I II I ; (-'iri;!I' .\. fLIW,,. ; ..h'' .

1'i'! ,iri.1 who I .Inll reside :mniks will be made by a deputy who was his On the [part: of Ihosc who are opposed to ( 1'/11111; l'i- :2 I Hives V\'
IJ"j.l, ">!L.: land: ; in s.u 1 : erirnont: of Harvard College appear 1.:1..r-1 r .\ t U.
: :'jest friend.! the existing order of tilings, there M no con- I : Cox, .Ja'ne; ; rl.Cr.ddok .
.:! Iii.- placf: \\ht'rl concert, cither of'opinio:i or action, while on I JiiliuCourttKy : ( Sullv!; f_. :.
I.,:.v.* s, .'i-uiitvin the STIOO Tiianncr and ; Fr. Gi"'jc.' I istiuiion[ by't.ry measure' which is }hk'-ly! : .r., '
the Um .
t j.n .isai'i the pall of the ad.ninistrrxtion all is concert i mmi: Sihi.Crj ; : '. I.
i ,.- '! ;'. :.i'JSii. ,'oni! ; I'n ;::1il:1, lunolu'ii -zit:, duties, CLOSE OF THE SESSION. impelled by a common purpose,1' !i to rendr i it! :as unpop ilar in oth.r :tati-., a-j itii I '\. :1 I ;.Im Smith5, ,'::' .i I".1"" ,

: .:F! 1 .ifljontics, slnll in "very n':pcct bo rllrt The leaders of th-5 opposition, who from I'hn is tin weight tint ills ih-in down. ;I i < dl 1f I, 'Cfflhilg! it honi'V !:.h *' j'->t I C-ir- '*: r.s John Sa !I' -, .;jhri! '.1 "

t ;ir ivlatio to 1 .: 'h to be dlpn.-ittl o'! p of th! ', .' i O iineli ,.. ; J' ..:'
:.1:1: ; i : he trI of a new act \vi.: mon 'vi! I gui! ; 1 i vie!:, ,: r It'Il.;. .b
th.-ir il the Senate, and the Oat the of Admini-tratton. all i.s .1 .I
vantage ground' put : ( 0'1rcrt.'t .
: i >uJ ofiiiire.. or tiny: be, by 1 11W 1'1'1I ; tll! ,' con iciU of our mater. i'u. ;. : 'I :i-ito.;.1.l.ra.nUt.; .1. S. I 1[ S I :t'.d.i".. .-I. ,
\ r'' id', obedience of their tractoblo majority: The hope oi division I in thin! lil.l.; .."; I v
ii )
idt i. l.ui.m i 10 ini iUlor3 and r.'cpi- ; of S.i' -
I I \ in : I f>r tinvinSors! the .v y >r d.l.-J. s-v I' rI
!jul tocmbril thing are sadly di- of the PiC'ident tho .jIe1131041 ,
f fh sovonil I offi-u : hop-d every hop- producing :)aval IiI' .I..n. I i'.
;rs of public Illlll"III! in the m.dsl at'a revolution in the | at t TI 11'. and'idiv-d i the.n categonoall,:!!iorth '. .! ,' .
;1 JptClilJttl.Ve are Democracy of tie: country his ":. C'Ii$ .. .
ci--iislud! for IJD! } ::ec of tt o ;public l.ii'l-: I .. ved of th'J Cirrtilar snnd in th, arl: l
t :; ," said: Mr. Clay, at the commencement( vanished. Iti is seen the !leprc.sontatr.cs I / "n E.lw:1r.It. -s Ann I.T, nailin-, .J".-..,",>it,
Sec 7. And h.) it !f ssth II' enacted; !, Th it alii I he the "'1.11' of til- Afi'jlo! class, and all -A ho a'lswcr..d E..t,! \Vilhnn t T ; Ui- J
of th.j session. wh'-n op.-ncd; campaign; : of( the People upon; who :i -;- .iy, : Ju.iaV.
lall11 U Cll!.I'I'1 il, within I the (Ittritcreitetl I and .1: all of th- class hut thc four [.'.
h : thoy
c.i. public : for the link, in conceitith: its confederates, t the! arts of yolitioil: intrigue'-:all the bkwdi>i uments ; : 'j Tursji-r, I'LownK

; by this art whi'-h) sh ill Inn bivn j .V.irtli. .t. ,1.1..I. *s,UI-ii_.!li.. -Pr(!.iS.irr. lunic.: -ousternj'iou and temptations of the iristocracv ana !-I ,;r !fivo who originally r.t t'i .i.t! i', saru-tion it.' i I r"hiler) Geige 3 T ".:rSev.: p J.J
-- -- -
: t .::'.'r'4I for; sailto ibo bin! --t bidder at th- ", t'ntn" wit-'hwurd.s I sent 1' ubioadfrom: I I its fountain of 'h-al' h, i1pl-!.dlll; ti; the vanity.tv4)r1e I! ii.iv' : :oon di- rvs.-e.j. vil ., ," -rived of thir I Fletcle"; S.'celia 't''wn ti1.J'lj'iJm

t ti '''cr.IIlll 1 oiikesat) Ja--v: >.jji, Franklin, FaY-I i reVehocd I htill" and 1. degrees, & !hl:re be no. Commell'llw".1! (;. .1'':1.J11:1: ;;; :
i I lie 1'ltC: house' Hall agents arntuti'Xi of every IOU: I h.i (: -i'r: & F l Isora 2 V.

('It-, and L-\in.ton, pursuant to a!). prorla-, I I and ;> iri'all.of! 21 r. Diddle .in.I his political been lut-d I in viin. With th; ?\C' :"I' ('i o. i V nioro hign hand-rd and im-1 >'ir. t >' .' :', .''1 Ii'!. Irtt \flit'Tn.! .r .
:. of the President! ol! the United ::tit: :'. : : \-ici-.Ml l its baneful infl.n-nro :
I1.Ion :! D 'iio\--' t a.n i '
a1c1!! the stress mumo- lew all:1 l |
: over country. very \\.H givo. pledge : viius- i S.W I r. .J,1:1n ; \\ ,
.. win.h lands remain: uinoUl at the liking! : t t ft ..' d.": tho d'reo l th ''Viii'Mi ... "
i .iu! ) : vre p-mrod into the Capitol by the em111! art.; were as rei-iy: to .sacr.iiec the M in tn: or-j' 'it- / ; :,:I. r_ ..: ".\ :II.;l'r. I ...

t r.M-t of this act, sh ill bo subject to be entered i I ijsari-s of the! I ; the I; I : j I II I brine of interest, as to mako: th'm, for 11..' i tao: i'i .Mta'u: i is thr- .:'i h 1'k ten year-, nt LE. | \Vm-:! ., H,.',r;

;:od 3:>ld at private sale by tin proper oili- I I wa-, f for Micoes.-ivc. months. converted into aoi.t I II 4-iki' ot temporary policy, not on-! .>:T those: I '.1 iinfli tf.J \v-niM'J) trt).! ".v-ii :ii it '-all b: long f Ihl iris. Frcdfiiclc H. i l \*. l.Jl: "f iO"V, .- :t

<..\ ; of the om'e hereby created, in the >wnei. i|I ? ol t thcatric-il scene, to pi iy oil', with stu t21fl'ct \ elected ;L.a democrat t-> tile I 1Iou.t, h li Lilt"-I I very. long ere m-Hi-jr II ir\ iJ t andsound Hi Non, I H.ini'.Il; !; >:i2 i \\ t-:!ti': r\\: '. i'iur.Jl ;",-.".

t i.. ..mer, and subject h) thosiMie term.*, an.1 1 : ihe fancied: rnicrwthll.. conjured I e.d in his Th a- 'sor constitution id believed to be I-" : I I' rs-Mi. 'iIi 1L'irl't i f "\r rl.,ht, 'rnniii:!., T.Hi.smith .
i i iI up ; course. : linn and faithful III a. .
: fii \Viliiams! Jni.Vilihrs. .
the sale of sai.l had > | : : ; >
; : !
like *, as ill
i \ fully recover.
,1 !! and to a :Id i universal distrust to the cili-Mc/; t ;jority| returned by the iV-opl : to th: prudent i j' J. I \ ;' : C. I.,.

vjuid Irivo been% subject to in the said s.veii I,I Midden: hank curtailment-, and; nnk ic.d, j jI jhio'h | Hou-n of llepll scllt.tivcs, to siijipla. it the !j JaviitT Luc: i William.! I:, li.i .
;, I kind offices I b 'K-.nb-fore inc ii!i o ned, h.idih. : acd. Bank J. Fivo runnwa' slavo.-: Virginia; : who had L.' \ t-
incj.Iv Tho ink! .
first ;
j I \\ :at was j acquired n ijority in tho frocl.1 1I11-1 t > fra.1'', r i tflCi';

t .'y remain': : ;a tin--: hod to the saIl; : I'roxi- !l pi ess in tin citwu.. then mid-j to groan :' ;!'C.'ia; have Sill) \11 thitn -elves in. capable t j| 1) -n taken Iii) ill thi- .'rly. and 'odg"1 in th'* II LtlnreI..i. : >r2 f \Vririi! -, JnH1-; .

4 i.HlUitntbhijinlhi't 1 art shall I be so CODas ,I and. bili nul'ious oi .'' tho 'i II'I.toPnoil: in the Park, t.. r.viit ,-i-t.- I.ItW, .J.. CkrkS.I C'. [ Writer, E.ftau.,1:; : I B.
to give t'J i
I night day, : en- subserviency" ckargo.l u Ill them t br I,
;.1...-,1! to permit; tb-j olnccrs appoinlo-l in: !I i pies to the oration uhi h vrc po tilt organ of the di.,ppomted[ ; 11..Idcr.of" ill.-; 'I trial rn.iJ.' trniir: escape: yest-r-l-iy! 'norm; '; .'t'V.{ .

u.1! r of the f.'ro".omi, hUll districts to receive II j noiiiired th of th" constitution I iI i i S-jriatrr. The h but were disc iven-1 I i'm tiuv to oe retak ui- |! M4..Ntc-1.;. .\!)L'ati'1 [t.V.)', .Ie.Ire
ovor : fragments: ivc rCP'II"J'ith It .
) ; )in in \1 thor!
: : [[T.1 l U"t.r..t'J-3v
of the I P.l-I .
<-,"'.m"ns.ion; : '*Jt oi"tirj L Treasury I I I"ho iiUiin r ii: win .u 1i ':1" !? ::tr'd: W ,s as
I i and tho immolated' liberties of ins country. i jtAil | :l.m, al'! .1' .attempts th ; ft;at .nOlr''I'.1. | / ; f fAs i t P:;r.'H1: e.ia!: r tjr" tht'? ')..).. I.. wi:: '
1 States. I IJ.rrR'ED I ''llIo'\'rs ; 't." I) .
lhi-5 but ; t for the t' : -- u rust.mnry, -pMty ,.. t1-cr1iel.I f. *
xvas a grand prcp.iration p'lw'r to a surrender of the. j i.t. : h. SIkVPM.}
Jun 2olh 1831. I Keeper wont his rounds about 8 o\ lock! wh-'ii .
( :
.a ; -
which the of [ ---
real tri: edy, great actors tJ' curre.u" : dill of the nation! into those i ; -
j h.r.I rcher .d. The President i ij ii ind-j I .. I i he entered ihe. room WT.JIXthese! slavewere! i i iho N1iili I .
scene private : ( Mio-t "I, : > IM profused(J in bestow'ing II'r
AN ACT cnnfirmin-jt <'<' -in land cl lims in thodistrict } 1 I for and !' it !locked the door aai1 p'it !Mr* key i--to It s ,j jporkjt A T tirt next{ te! C-i'intv-" i
j 'Vato iiiipeaeh'Ui inarpatioii tranj I.' i tit- -. delied all attempts I IL L..., !i, ,!t .i. .., :1.J /.
I I : ; ( \ 1rye o- ; at\. : .; : r.
ol .*)!I. .Stoidivin.--I .\1 a 1 ja tin. j I -his fame! and popularity saciificcd by the ..vhieh tu.j s. \ made to ; at that instant th-y s ized :ui, :, .
i ny uly destroy : i t : i U fit f our ;.fCt>unts a" \ ;.iiia:>i-.i' ) >!

Ni.; it pnn"tod bv tin S"'fll: t r) and II Jr-Po of I j .sentence of the Senate, finding him guilty! as !I Ishosr! : [1"1; tl.i.aty .a :td.1! : They passed the I'I knocked him dovn but did not scriou-il) inj'ire: :!.i: AJminKtrafix' of thmoecfat of Itr..vny .). Tir

R-'ptCHontativo.; of the Umtoil) States of A-i i i the author of trio di.trls and ruin which :j bill to secure iriij public treasure, against the him ; they then made th"ir esrapf, after !itv-; ; .:'C .< I' wleh: tiPl", \ ... ,<.:: .il: ;"..">t' l ,otfK'.IZA :

twri!" i in ( /onii--s is.-e.nlib'd: I'hit the do I I ov. rwhiihred the COU.ltl'11I1 'Ir. Tunny, |I'rctl'ldl'd c'urtered' clai.ns of the United ing locked the keeper( in their aptrtmp't-th'y: !I j, i.oei.t3 ar.j:I v.,;:.,; c;.. t., ., ti ( \.J.r: .:.., I..
as above stated, soon after taken in the !.t.,'. ;T-t.: R.rcr:: i,, '. .
4iI4)tt fthe: ; Rogisi.'r und receiver of the land I) in hi- proper person, was to be olTred up us J -States l)aik; and against loss in th'j State Le- : were I I \ I
vicinity the prison. Arms found on I'i : ; A. UrCA'amt.; :, : .
.;i,>, f"' I lit' district I of St. Stophons, I in thc :!. an iito/iument, at ihu of the seenfor i-iitures, Thpy here restored the currency were I I J 11'. '. :,'. .' .7- ., .
all of them had lnt 'h"t another I
Si.itc o: .\ M.ihama.: : rontVmirij: : ia their n;. th- \iolttcd liiu-s ainl constitution of the i iCOIJ : 1'rh':} constitution: in th-; ( old Bill, which is one a < t. a dirk j jf -- '. '. : "-" :' -
another &c.-.V. Y. J '. & J./t'. I !1D.lL-.It.1.A': N .
f a [pistol, )1/; v \
pnt bcaiiiLr! d.iic to tho second, ; o", fit f'I c.ilculato.d! to te..toru the precious nvtals bun-1 i ."
th* Jar ter
m-x: : ::
hnnardind 1 thirty-two niitl.'d ".\.T (I'ho virtual( was ,'ntPll-11l} i i.ihe.d tha of tin Hank and I I \1' .
eightc n ; ; : i impna'lrneit j by poliry ; wilhj j I It i is a mf'.-t remarkable: fact, that not only ;, : '}' for tutC ..iy of a'I-"r -

net coiifiniun: the r 'p; ;ri o!: thr* ;iJoji,!i-T and ,Pjv.iel.nfa. ; : :1.-ebt'11: of havi. n: broken 'the ., \pure hands nud untainted integrity, they go j in hills and valleys, and from the plain, have .:, cut my 'Iu1ctI'r5. s C. :o th rn i. -

Hen, JVM I of th'i lavi ;;iii '.' ;f ib.t. .* lw=tni ,.fj I' ono iliitiois! MI ('.I'., hist : :-'IrICtl. .Ie homo to receive tIC; smiles of their conslitu- 1 ', tneur ; ad I theren;. :!, [f" :
I } the enterprising exploration of the tinnuis; b:ju .
.' "'1,1If'1)9. in TjrSiit 1 of Aiibiuj ). niuifor .. ;.. : uy1:; rjaod of vi-jlaMuu! th-J kiws. Oijt--! whom: they have most faithfully: ) sl'ncd.I I the \I lmini>. :mtor:!hip; c';' =

utlior pnrpos.':"' be, and tiy! hunu arc ;:, : . I actually been carried to a considerable dist men :
hereby "onfirnivd. .:._ MS: ;!. of ;:;>.. p-i'he: money in the: Bank: ottiK I in dilution t which has grown up l by stealth into .;.j1' .
under tho sea ; some of these .submarine, excavations JM.V! 10r:! 1 3t 1.1'' .
Approved, .J l1/W 235.'i. Ift3-l. LTnit.-d u.du>s the Secretary should \ ;)" v'r and is almost! capable; of t overturning 1 I. -.-- ---- .--- -.- -5--
described 31 Hawkin.s ,
as by ,
'I thiir visoid -rand dirroi"give.-- him the Govcnincnt.thal:, it birth.EXfi.N1Fs. I .IEI6U, l." ,, Eti .
I i any : gave I 11 a I : j in a striking manner, the effects of por.severance j I
A ACT for the rr-licf ol I 11n! tll\\'n' of Fayclt1villc pow;r lo or l':r aId direct] IIthlr'.vicnd I and l tho defiance of danger on the A.JilJ"glcal Ilstrilend!. ;

in I Ih.: Tonilory. \:: i both the President and his 3Innster were sol- f part of the miners ; for instance, the noted I| jim 'F r :'t'i\.c. a full! '' 5
!I e.innU" condemned, f>r high crimes and mis- The rate (,f Kxelnnge: on E-iglrmd is .1 1 -1 a : SHAVE.'i:1. ard Ch.'nil' '
Therca] -? t1i}l'J'f'al of jti-tioo of Vi'a-hington'! ; :1nlllolJ.ili I mine of Hue Cok, in the parish of St. Just t i ii !; .
; I J-l)1t.'r) cent., ; Th'j Pre-ii- i
; dl'mlannl".i on these grounds.I seirciiyofm-: :i y ; I I I'J"l'r, 11'1";/': 1 jc MUtr lTZLlr '
in the Territory of Ajkatn.js] i which descends 80 fathoms, and extends itelf' .
{county, nas prevents rate trom !.fuii; slill higher I for ihe' j \
Prutest against; the illegal ill spil{ xi.iiv! tiV ;
; det\s t. appealing (tI" ill1'J; 'I'i s;> [tt>'
locatr-d and t-alli-d! I'avctt-.villo! prior'; ) 'he i I packet of to-diy.: The r.ale on France) is 3f.:r a I I! firwird un-l-jr lln: bed of thu saa, beyond j I Sc Suod'a'i '
I j' decision Miperi' r 1"
of f
mode aui unjust ,
I 1 procedure,
pup 1.Il' surveys 'boin; i.irJo; and when i tin-j! I\ without defence, 5l'-2; per ,hillr. The }p-irclnsc-) : : bill.arr! ; n:my j I: sow water mark.: In some places the miners j: TI.NO, Tur.rinxrxc: O .TITltl'.U", t*>tI.VU -. 1):" .
j sriven a ; tl'l.a-I
lands woro ..irveyod!, ilio said town iVll CIa''] : of tlidu for the purpo-se of itriportini! (lo'd: \\viiic! ,I have only three fathoms of rock between them ; and 1'OLKET I.NSTUt'MKXTS, ill Cisti.STOMUH : .

section rumb: '*r .i'ol'n. which, by hw, i is :|i t.d uith eonlernpt) and rejected ; and \Ir. Ta- j will |):.iy at I the j)1 etiit ratof I'X/IIII: I'"l' I I i and the sea ; so that they h'Jar'cry distinctly i I I'I-MPS ami. PIPES, Silver: 1nctLancet .
: nev'.s ostracism followed-1c ha.s been in fair; add!. .
cx- / to another
arc a \ :Ly' tvontintllii, ;
: t tof the inovoment, and the noise of the Ca; reserved fur tit! u-o < f schools! ; and! ) \xhorens j I wavesI ,
pclled irom his office. I dollars! to our stork of -pet-ic. Silver is ,
con trmJSltakc1'slIno1J'1'
tho said touu i.> sitnat-d on tho .south! ;. from Mexico '!j I Tht' noisj is sometimes terrible, being of I An assortment of DRIED HKUIJS
.tantly arriving in hl' "
The majority: of the Senate havinir thus i large Siitn; : (; ) whicli! Lemon U.ilrn. (:'
half of the thet and the north be i an extraordinary! loudnes as the Atlantic : are ;
from >
nUl will
; juartc/; 1 imported Europe tor; some true! to ) Siv'T'hyme
i .siiin.dly acted outaud accomplished the L'- I Hysop), Mint, S-igo: Sweet Maj->-ainf: :
half of the southeast: quarter: of scriumnur.jbcr 1 conic.! and among the importers will be ihe, link : ocean j i- here many hundred leagues in breadth
i Sec.
of the
noucment plot so judiciously conceived Cellery,
sivto.on, in town.hsp noinbor :ix- i j' honestly and patriotically developed of the United States, : we :are* told, fir a large :I: in the mine the rolling of ihe stones and 1 rocks LIME JUICE and LEMOX S":1"I'.
J. teen, no'th of ranjo: nunibor ihuty, west ol 1 .sum. Our new crop will be ready for exportation! ;' oven head which the sea moves along its bed, SPICES of kind-Genuine ISDII Cn tEnTlisli :
-ure now, that all is over, .somewhat astonished !. to meet the importations t i of t the winter every p.
nnd! spring. is heard the noise of anJ :
the fifth prin"ipil meridian, Therefore plainly ; which, Freiu-hj: and( Pn ntis Sups: :
that they do not heir; the soulldfl So that it is hardly possible i t that I : there should be I I 3.I ..
with tins roaring of the waves, sounds like rei- fuinriv.. Mrs Miller's Sxrrr.
: DC il enacted \by thv Senate and House ofRcprcientalivpsof und I considerable: current of! specie Cllill -
triumph applause they anticipated. They any : outward i! crated claps of thunder, and causes both admiration I ntird: & Nn.\'s I'l't..hraell INJC andTliEUMOMETEUS 1 I'I'1 ::
tin-} United: Slates; of Amoi- hear notning but hisses The trumpet lor twelve month at le.ast. Li the menu; time, the & '.
very LI ( .
I I and those who j
terror to have the
ica in Congress -souible.d! Tliat tho tru- '(: 1! which sounded onwards; to these successes, uncertainty: ill I the condition t of oir;I money! :Hairs, curiosity I E. U. 1'ERKI1aImhassce :
the school land in .ind! for i I though: it cannot prevent the business of i the I to go (I\\'n. In one place; were the ; '
qf township num- gives out the note of cl. ttair.: j III !: Juk Oil, lM. \10:1': ]
icy from being trans;:icted will keep | vein uas rich, they searched it n jib mi-i
men prudent, very coiN
her l ixt'tn. nOI) th of rtugo thirty, wct of tholifth Con n9 will close: ; (ays the Telegraph) ; j I 5m BUSHELS OF
II I prevent overtrading, and counteract; ;. 1 prudence, and left but four feet of rock be- :
principal; meridian ir thw Tell t torv of .r- OIMJ of the most e\entful sessions: day-a I [.V. F Jour. COM. I twecn the excavation and the bed of the sea.At .- I;i FOIt sale: I by the Subscriber! I low tT:>r 3.\.. i iI

1"al1sj.-', bo, and he is hor !by, :i.itiorizrd! to ;; SC"lOllluch, for subserviency on the part I a short"credit with good securitv &1 1a
the 1 I high water, the howling of the waves is f few barrels Northern and! Western FJ) ; !
"loot nad have set. ipait for use of schools :J. of the House, and }hold, dignified, and patrio- Remoi'ing the depniites.-Some rascal PEACHl..
no heard in this place in so dreadful a manner JNO. BLAHl f
iri said town hip t'j(;: 2ntir( sectIOn of any tin4ii tic lebistancoto Executive usurpation, on the doubt
one of the descendants of that conf'(1etacy I that tho miners who :
1 I even work near it, have July l-2th [.tJ-3w) -
proved Junds in sii: .I 1 township) ia lieu of suc- p.utof tho Senate, has had no parallel, and who threw the tea overboard, took -
I an often taken !
lion nunibci sifeci ; nvlvh!ii, the suic.] trns- will, in all probability, never have another I I! occasion to flight, supposing that the sea I TO 'VIlE PUBLIC.nih .
par- during a night to saw of the "iI
stormy break ?
was going to through thc weak rooI'and A. Green
lee lmll; mako his selo-iion ho >!iall file thc alkd 1 in the history of this Government. We !J head and : I E followim!:Certificate from II. LUlJll.kIIIo
shoulders of'the figure of old Ilicko- '
: ? into thn mine.-Lardner's Cabinet I ._I_ Secretary to his Ext'cllencyVilliufl
samo in t the officr I (,t f the rogi t.t'Jf tho laycU : have: not been disposed to depaiiof the re- jl ly recently placed under .the bows of the Constitution penetrate Cyclopedia Manufactures and .'lals-A. most EMI. Governor of the I Suite of UcuagiJ, 13 1.):: u2' lttl.
'I, I .nd oflifp atrl lie: l.ind sclocted ; I
public. but our spirit fugs- we see but little frigate, at Charle'town. The collar and instructive book. cit of those adl.cli-d with <

hall: he re d\'td fmni s.iand! >ut apart fur I I
th 'Is(' of schools] i ind that section nunibci !I Isal I ctd,flattered lId enslaved" I I if they. think that Gen. Jackson will be JOE MILLER. "A servant piil ,nine who h ul fIr .severalpJL ;c

i vtcn), in township shall! he hUh} t.t .1 i But lhJ3.5s not all. The Editor of the Tel.ograph !- ,i equally furious lie. will say it was a develish It i is a fact not generally known," says !whose\'.ourcd life Hudcc I had! :a(dispain-it'i." of anJ after Livtr the tthlot..tJutiQfail! f *yphysicians

; and *utiy a< other public lands now an. the most sanguine cci tainly. o* alii clever thing for a single man to cut his figure Mr. Matthews, in his celebrated Monopoly- to) rclicvr her, ivas sucre>>st.tllv tcaU .

S.c: 4. And be. it fuilher ontcted, Th'it tho tho-'o .it wort for the coalition, goes on in his down, surrounded by sevejty-four gun logue, that the well known Joe Miller who l>.ct. P.nRIf this pl-xce, (i\1otteLtgVlk! ) \'h

south half: of the noithtiii q'liitcr i and th- confession.: He says: : ships, and guarded by sentinels. His anger has fathered all aUf jests for the last half-cen; consider pre-eminently skillet! in these. A.i i"R. Nm'IuEI: .':I1't

north boll) of tinnahon I
number .''ixtpon, in township number sixtec-u: i is-n is t\'cithrown--mst, fatal delusion ? 101' vigilance in the officers and guards.: You an excellent comic actor, he was the most .Uo'la e I'

north of rauno ninob-'r thirt\ \vr'-t: ti t r th \\ hat i.s .Jrtck="lIism 'i Is it a devotion ot Andrew not catch old Hickory asleep during the taciturn and saturnine man hi eathinfT. He Notice of? Foreclosure oj th3t p:;

fifth principrl uK-iidsun, in th" 'IVrritorv ol':1 Jackson .' : o.Vhilt do those who I I war. The following is from the Boston Com was in the daily habit of spending his o afternoons .4.A LL;persons has this interested tUy- been will filed take in notice the! b:lp rlu:;

Arkansas, be and is hon-bv, "ranted 10 Liuis : hive u e.J l his name as the means of combination mercial. at the Black Jack, a well known public the Muldlf District ct Florida for the County ot L:"

1'n1ll9, Lnrkiu Newton, Samuel Vaughn. :I "are for Andrew Jackson 1 The People "The city was thrown into an high degree house in Portugal street, Clare market, whichwas praying the FoaECLO-scuE OF A \to!.rG.\fJ& ;

and John \Vooddy, coinuul- ,iuJlcri of said : blood have been of exciteinent the ar.d executed' the Sinh f prit 1332, by GOi'f.t.J"
have tasted -thay taughtto yesterday morning, by report at that time frequented by most of the respectable i- >rffro '
lla.rl''I. Hale of'armL a
county, m trust for the use of .said county : come up to Washington for ollice, and they from Clurlestown, that the figure head J tradesmen in the neighborhood who, pard by the name of Sarah,, to secure upon the paymcn! t,i' i

t and that tho Secretary ol the Treasury be nu : .,oujd\ worship this." of President Jackson, which was placed on from Joe's imperturbable gravity, wheneverany said Harvey M. Hale? of a promissory note furtysix -tb

thorlzpd lo i issue a patent (for tho same ; uwi *' The People," .ve believe, have never yet the bows of the frigate Constitution by Com. risible saying was recounted, derisively Dot ars, dated 30th April, I32, and !t tC'

that the said commia-sioneis shall have po .*. ('r {-ome up to Washington for office.! The Pco- Elliot, had been mutilated during the night of ascribed it to him. After his death, having left on the centum first day fiom January the twenty-third, 1333, with day o""j-AP.":." -,

to lay off the said land into tovn lots, and s-11 i pIe who come out from their farms and the forests Wednesday_ by some unknown hand. It appears bis family unprovided for, advantage was taken dinLEIGH per READ, Att'., for Peuu icr.

and dispose of the same, nna make good and to tho polls, in their devotion to Andrew that the head and shoulders of the President of this bandinage. A Mr. Motley, a well f allahasscc. I2tli July 1B34. [4S.2rn] -

jutcient!' titles to p-irchascra ; nud they shal1 Jackson, und \vh) ar t! never found wanting, were fairly sawed otl'and carried away, kuown dramatist of that day, was employedto NOTICE. !'

uppnwiale; proceeds of the sales of the said lots: \\jicn their vote. can allest their confidence no one knows where. The night was dark, collect all the stray je.sts then current in months alter d.ltc, I will apply to. thj nOtQ.n--

to tb(. election of a court-housa and jail in the in his patriotism, or give support to his measures the rain fell in torrents, the thunder rolled, the town. Joe Miller's name was prefixed to SIX Judge of the County Court of Gf'P v) th'J

town of Fayctteville. for the use of said coun' belong not to the class who haunt cities lightning flashed, and the sentinels slept upon them ; and from that day to this, the man who ty estate, for of a discharge Sarah Mashborn from the, ( cceased.Administ .

ty. I for prefermfint, or hung on corporations for their posts The Constitution lies between never uttered jest has been the reputed author J JOSHUA SEIEPARI

A17IJ.OVr.IJ, June tb., 1834. j their t Ikvora. NO it ia the misfortune fHiil1 two Bepent/.fouw, and tho act ip ooniid red of every Jest, past, present, and to come. Gadsden county, June 24, 1-731. 466.nJi


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!F...., 1% *A
J ll yOU please !) have
l ifl'ariably netc3-' lo bo
tcgardkssofcve. much
vile modified though it _
qihet heaped ; has been more k
upon theni' f tatal -
__ t heir course has than T
a'Z : still been any ordinary complaint : = '
the -
They haVe sort MI I .
t.ateart. i.THE .
l looked --, has lost NOTICE.SH .
upon the CONSTITUTION twenty Nf2roCs
L ) of their county n, other Mdo bv it. On the ('4a mty Couil f-u-L o,: Co'ji '. i. VLL at the n-\* County *
t flic sheet ol the y ourt held ia
anchor of their hope. They have pointed and river, ( Uiehland District,) i.s; Session on .MmiJ.iyih l tii Scr'fii '*> 1' il'.miia.c. ia! bt' p. -' olvr next "rut
to it as a bright on several plantations, the ')ai r ncx. Uci'.ii'i day 5tn Scp" -Jumdi-noo .1 ; rtiv ac-
Cynosure warning greater-part of ) Ca)11! s and ViMjcheix! )t time estate Oh f
dangers ol a consolidated hen of the the Negroes are down with it." --Jnlv26.- ((5i! f) DIe Ir.! sv. < M. i'o.NPEii tor sftileiiiuut i i with snul couii fieCKi\ii on the

the Liv giving lVC) :LLhIil)()II -overnment on the
one : Jiv
-d.ty side set .
and the horrors of apart co.intv 'irpostK. -,-.

.' s to I Leon county.I) It I t i is rumored I I IIL on the other. a Military despotic cj- The nefarious designs Of the imrncij] B UIUNO my absence, Col. UOBSRT GA.MHL-. i.. i'ON'DEK, >

,' II attain Gat1dt'n county, undcniahlc They have been governed bv the I ate abohtioiusts"( have been Jc'U-rson county, is .iy n rnr
truths as contained in the so dearly dcvploptd fact. JO1LX CJ. (J \\U5I/':. July, I 1S.H. .I 1-! til
rs to JOtli [
:tlw )in ol'thai county was not :, Kentucky t Resolutions and in Virginia and arouse the indignation of ihn pat- ';. ( cI.w ) -. _
; t the riutio and NOi'ICE.
,. iJ. h uM-: the| wi"h of Col. White to support of I those intelligent citizens cf the North. No l-i',.
principles, (believing that : f! SIILL th.'
fl by them llicsc mock u.-xt County C4)urt firM in, Tall
for them but only, LIBFRTY puiiaiilliropUt
'afl member was and C'opartn'-rshtji hrrctnfoiv
n. adJit111a.t can be maintained: -the the disturbers of THE cxis -'I4 -e '*- hihas; icin epttnilvr tu-Kt
CONSTITUTION public) peace : > IJahnll! V l>scar White .. present nv nciiP' -
manifested preserved ate daily is di.s .i t
:::1 cJ by the| reluctance hy [ inviolate-the UNION sustained ward of their receiving there- mutual 1'. I U : % ? -' -iml) V-i tcit's ot'tiirst.i.: ')f t Uohr-i Cop-
' 71 .4 ; the numbers of f the Cotn- ) thcv are ready hypocrisy in the undisguised i I'rn' j i. !: .sftju-rnriit I I, wiiti s !..lcmrt on the
; IncrcasC in their oi! the
toplcdgo their
*<'Ulir'i i< little doubt, !however, that it cinitic be and lives, ilicir fortunes contempt great body of.their fellow-eit TthI.t tiacc, Iidy I0'ht 1831, ((50ti I ) lL1 S torr.'uutitiri;, ; ->eVM.
their sacred honours. iZ'Mis. Tiie _ \
disgusting U. I ONDER. :
Tin." manner which
:4'SSItI. pr >eiit in they
i next repieYJ I But why should" I attempted to July, IQ.'li. 193-1. I 1)! t.lOK
have celebrate limo [ 4
4th A LL
digressed of dtbis due
1 so far from July and the ihiI I'ate fi.-m of -
two counties is not) b'> di propor- Wixs ii V'irKi:.. s,
I1 ,.f ) the end I had in I tumult ulueh .. lL have
1 view
..L' ? The attended the lccn placed
object effort } in liinuStrr .
rel'itivc: 1)O3ULttiOI; ; as it has been of the present I are thus doscnbc'd my euII.;::i m ; '
and all
tir communication h by the New persons indcb.rd to the said
'.I Vas ierev! to itiflrni tIiCCOfliflhlIIijt York Star. lu-m, :ie rtqucst-
murmur on the p.ut) of Lcrin.) t-d to m kc paymt nt by the 20 h if
)'' in Row at the August
rS which we live Cnlhani next, a
a the stale of Street ( '
public J/wpd.-The no An thr )
cintntiesae entitled feeling abroad) r iiidu'g'Mire will be given. iLti)
\ ., j Jacl> )n to an :
'l as also to request the publication letter mveixni y of American Independence July th;. (oU-hv; ) H. V. ELL and
I '" inciiiltr eiCII'' '1ut* the' large number al of a fiom selected by the was Att'y rtt Lt v Secretary *lctiiZ-'jv"trnpr rfA.. Ttrritory
'laI General Daniel Ncwnan: on his of fmatics to r-elebrato the itnmcdiate .4 \\ei-ksaiitrdatc, appli.ition} will he matte of r'lorida. I
: tn the Council, rendered" il I impractiM nomination acceptance a emancipation: of the blacks ilnHon.. Jude ot the C- Court taf .ictTersa'-. .- -
.ty N"niirniiance f
as a Candidate for ai.d David ) ) the Laws oI l"tiie T'-rr-rorv of
Congress bv
1. \Vliitf to cllectany: thing more at the Paul Brown I'OI113 for Lrtt rsof AilniiiJMtiou on the
: > Ksq. of estate of !
State I'lorida !
re ; ; Kleelivins it
Rights' Philadelphia
of ( a William hug is
party Georgia. The let'cr re eloquent very \Vainbic, of& u.i v, Itt-c.1t. | pro- ,
; ferred to eccentric member of the bar cIa jr-ned and mnile known thai m on tt,a* nr.Nt"Mon. '
I presents in a sensible point oi'viet' was a. 'IN D >) :\UHI1.! i : ;
-2- relations between I the General the invited todelivcr a discourse in honor ot'thie ?i ontia't l1f', I .!
and State Governments incendiaiy: hundred an-1 1 iiirtv-i the .
project. The r 'ct ) following ?- Clippr
SviiCnoM .via.- t |
hapd r
I fOH THE U.Oi I and most happily exposes the true and only much crowded, and fhu was very quahu, .. ii her fur cash: or ,rr. ., ..)on. wen* ectetl Meir.liers of th" mxt I.: :'iisTive -
rij3 ; K. BiarJ!: burn will; consent to Le- permanent bond of this manairers designedly ,. Planttra js Jonnci:. 'Vom
I UNION. This letter was tnmolcd the blacks and whites CttUI y. can be d I !lay -..iatinrr > rippen '! t ie !L.tari: Returns -

.. a CLnt1tIt: at ihf next Klection to repress selected from many others, a.s General Newnan: is of colour along side placing ladies theniai Ives to pay out of their growing crop"of made to me IS u niired hy lau
clergymen, arran colt n.A From the county/ Kwniia
of Jeilorson in the well known -'rnuias M.
:.: T'( ( county next | among us. Hi.I ? military fame being ging them in such a manner: as to resemble the f<>w barrels of Noithern Flour for ..3k. IJIonnt .. id neorijeVilk T.

,!hti.T:i Couticil, i.fvill aceive the unanimous identified with Florida. The ptopfe of Alachua keys of a piano forte, alternately black and Julygfi. (JOtf ) JOHN m.\t" PI A f'V From the county of? ll'aUon----John \.. McKinnon.
., ,,:-tof the friends of Gil. ( :uNden and Col. 1! in particular: -the patriots of 1811 and 1810, are white-." a streak of fat and a >treak if 1 lean." NO.iIUF. I ,

1 t:ijn.! Mr.i Hhirliburn I) certainly: ; will not re- not ignorant! ( of the service* he rendered during '1 ho beat; of the day, and the crowded state of ADMINISTRATOR'S SHLH.-Will I-c s-Jd .r From the counties of Was -iiglon S* FranklinKben -*- :

.w yield to thf Milicitatioin! of his fellow! ciii- I our Indian disturbances. He u rested the the Chapel; sent forth odours Saturday sixteenth diy..t. J. Wood. ( ; .
v. : toma- be
only endured 6 'ptember! iiLX.) all the Ptrmnal Estate From the of Jackson '
of AXIOXIO county -\Vi'ian[ S Moor
VPTKII.S.IOR j hawk from the the
savage and restored tranquillity to a by faithful in the cause. LAMIIFRT, otiisr-d.. lug an 1 I H' nry J. Holmes.Frnni ,

I bleeding frontier. He who was so conspicuous :Ihe Declaration of Arneiican Independence Conditions: r>f Sale.--All stims mifler Twenty Dol the county! of Gadsdcn--Jolin C. I -S-.

TIIC n.iral'v F.uAs. 'I Jor great intrepidity and decision in war ; seems was read, and listened to with respectful at lt% r. rash-Twenty Dolhrs and upwards, c-edil uiutl and I) ivid Ocliiltrec.
the first
;, ts ffctWttj t I the fncuJs ofllio ci'titu- I in these trying times, not to( be le.s.s so, for great tention. Mr. Lewis Tappan then rose to read JCj s.iic day of|to January Comincn"c twrlveoYbck From the comity of Leon-Arthur Macm u.d J
gJ ci 1SL 4sf'? : iI i: i.h1 the preri Ir. Samuel H. Uuval.Frntn
.. i lptny, I() ( : ; Constitution of the 2G. -'
honesty and independence in politics. Society, when groans, JitiIy ((3iN? ) JOHN LA I 1L-1! 1\ \d-n'r.
I'jrl'u: of mini, anJ kno\vlrd v 1 iise. st ri1i lilT v-0" ,S .. the rniintn nf ./. /ri'i--rtn_AhroNir.* f..
SUMTKR. .. .. ..... -
I )
xtf! sl.ruadin the< l 1.Alld.! If public surtisio and, violent coughing amv. 1 |$j
u I (Cenera1I(71I'c! ? Lifter.) ensued. The gentle! BIT From the counti of Madison and ]Iir.il1 tcn-r IK'ArchihaM
.,, k tak u a* an uuliiMtion of public foI'i I- fiossviu.i men of'colom were
; ; :, Walker Co tHd Match, 13.14. quite indignant at the inter- AIcNeal.} f j

t ivi: !ii'O<,iirr. : iive princi; ih! .? of our I j To Dr. ( ;4:4II.f. Urown! John William* and I itiptionbuh was continued, without further Secretary ax.l Dieting Governor oj the( Territory From the equities of Columbia. Alachua! nnd |

'" 1"4l ; .*.s1 Lt .it- .>.uitioi: ; j ( \ violence, and the pious gentleman could not ) Florida. IIilliroz1g1iGa d Humphrey. .
CrNTLr.\r. ';.- 1 liavr, I hid the Ins 57AERF.AS, it a|>p-ar&) b) n vr llct of ,1 Jur', From the;
? it'K'' rui': JclJoisin i, J b' ute m.m: I : ; i SHiNtaciirm: to receive enlighten auditors by developing the oh- V of county of Darn1--JohnVnrrrrv
> v of Mice '
a copy of 1 the proceedings of the State of ni'Hy o" J--iFcrsf, *.tat ot From the Hassan
jec.ts j the of
institution. I
cuelhe Joseph IImgin-
< luoJoKKil
i AI t 4'.ioaction, ( r. ) our ; AOLD.. of said (>fiunfy, 5' ijHJs clia. I j
RightParty of 1 Geoio-ia both'.t'a.
Ar.sll. .sf-oirlac t : tHi'lo'.Ye.i! i.ispof; : despou title at Milledge- David Paul Brown, Esq. a neat, littL with ..ui'u lero'" MARTIN W. CR.XWFORP. "f sojv | ;
: the natty :
on 1-Jih of December Fro.-n th"
last, lor the puripj gentleman, and E. nuy, !by si i; n>'inir him on the 1 1th day 1.1 -he : conn tits: of St. Jo'ins and lInquitoc-- ,
rose bowed -
..r.: ; <' rre thaileied fr.ijjment-: our I e of nominating ( :iiLhtIl1CS: of the"said party, and attempted: to (- ttst1. \iidOit-.cis it IMS ftlsu I hi-ni c(. |tifi pr'.1tt Jt.t 1e i. SRaI! iiiil LbF I1I.! k"t ut. ..

jjii r'*" ... jtuij i. Jo its original .simplinty; and: I loj the next I Coigre: >sioial election ; upon the list [proceed) amidst the rno.U unequivocal marks to me, tti.\t s.vnl; \\ i h.itu PaHold has fled from ji.s- From the count j of Vo.j>-ot- ilirXu.i I'i'tzpnf-: -

'.. Tiie t'Uie :r; 1 U'r'hmi! nnailested tbrouiih.7 of which it is with !peculiar! gratitude, 1 find I have of disapprobation, and positive indications that Lice :--NI\V. TH..Rcrop.r., in p-trsinncc of l\w, I do rick. (iKOIlGK \\. UAi KK'l.
the honor lie 'they would heir hm !hy ofler >\ Kt-waad [fW ) il iJNDRKD Executive -
: !ire ::iin ju im* vruwtl feniun'Mits jriven on to phict'h.r not a wor I that he had lo s.iv, his DOLLXIl'S OiTi.J:\ \ 17t!>. l Jl [ t'Jtt'J J1 J
j' accc-r>iit'r. this I nomination, I am not the less and he sat down quite pcrpl.-xtd and lor a1)preha'nI1t, ] n.ul .->af-* delivery in any -
I :I1t.c: ii1 itt1r 1'4' i : T4'1J..$ I iIe- iillue 1 (disap ji'l' I in the :M iliiie li -trlct .ii f :I-'l ruh. T.qLLVJ Isp ; '
.ccd b ft-el; h
;> ;igs cf tkep sensibility, lot the pointed. Lewis 1L1UI. { ! *ent oil' 1 for flu A'.il! I hieret'y enjoin nil .Mai'i-s.rafo
4'* a !ii 1- c' I II < t111thj'L [p : :; .m l Pe-ir >
) implied: llriu a MII.-I irr t!I'IIe) to fulfil licce, and with Orfi--rs? ."'- th *
.Mayor, a h-i t of officers > D: \i:; tnt in a'-i-ju if s ud fu ri- I I'e1
i.i l.it1; 4 iC lit .' l i 1i: :i .:: y I 1'!:' J'l-s' e.\; cri.ii. ni", it vx-r.i ; to have ereati. ''at his hoel- made their peaces ti\ -, uii t 'ia iitiui:2! : him to JMiti<*r.vjrn I

:!i.- 'IL lioi if iLc GtiH' Ciovci.iI .!. appf-arm"c. But all : under ay h.iriJ; at 1'al.ahaaooe, thi 2Ith %s

I Jia CIM'J) : funeral knc'l, to the t'spi- j j in suMalninir; the principles of the Slate Rights' was tranquil I, peae'-iblo an I oiuerly. only they day of July, IS'U.GXOIIGE. i,

j Party would not allow the proceedings of the :
especially asserted WALKCU.
tii; i< <7'% i.smf3f ft" at its meeting in Millledgeille mating II
v r tvho from
j on the 13th Nirvember last, 1 can give to be heard-that'-* .ill. So the Society for (Tjvi: ;d SnlT M 15 a ttA.bti of nil r->ruj>:vi i'n l;. Iiritil !
: ;. Ivd: !J.N ;j Uiuji'iJ lo, 1 b tl 1 J h >,r, bad! 'he f the s
iv ) vn i j ntrongir plr-J! v ll. the future, tfnii: that which tho immediate. cmanciiMliop; of the bl cks went on too: :> huad, .tr: 1 t'ont' six
t'L L li- :ti. .
tri!!# :, !m.iv i Inilr.itvn !liom tinpa;m't f.itusn-s: ; ol my puli- homo to dinner and Dnvi 1 Paul iir.wi,, a > )-6; '

I fja'j"i.: .;'ist has a svstciiutic 1! tical course ; unless indeed; such anothfr t-aciifict.: E>q. set ot1 for NI;w London.r'omttu 4; 5) ; w t &+* I

u'm:I:: !1)1' rc : t.i.. _i :s.3 o'r tiiiii: > to attest thy fidelity to tIci: n r .supjj. i 5 >>id was uiucre.t on the J'kK1-V Trr> VHP '
.rt. which rill [ ( : .Vtc Yoik Dtihj .Ucotiiir. in h: the Ib.I inst. iad L. ath-r *, l i.
IN at titnts ready to be made. I } : A fracrn %- T
'I t U 41? 1&L 4tt%' v: g'. 411 rcvoutitsII. i'* ;_ ; ILL C.aiflaaiCtlC ,. tm1' ijd ,,! v' [ L'tlli I ] in
J iiave ANOTIU.R RIOT ILIOt ; n\nv thoncc anJ rilled of
tor : Sev--n
a moment believed, that the Union IN TN-I; CIIAPI.L. II tiii. U. ceiibi-r ,
n'-\t. t.itt t -
fl 1i t I4tI 4f LHio3, pibhe st3itiniit i ii Last d.i-l i). lliri> in .he f)io\vin! .)ill5 : urirnt.six cltys.rir. .
j was : danger: from a seperalion of the States ; for eveping .serious riot'a2ain occurred in Out. T IT--MONDAY-
i :A s1' 'strtc2 sdi l'r rjer rinddi.>tiiiet |, the same common and mutual interests winch I Calh.iin Street ( !npl.. From the most the United( nc hundred States) d'(4lar anil ; fifty dollar hills on A C.)!: -'vec') tijCs t f .r thre vcaioN; tlm-e niil
:iu- ink On
r) r ,. .t '' 'ti.iv(3 tin- well knoi\n brought them t i : ; OM e hundred duila.- and lu\vs, ->OOeutrjii'-, f. tocluac
scI. or< i together) continue tluoughout( j thiiiiI me infoirnati( : t ivo have been able to obI two fifty dollar hilU nn i'n.' Ur.iiich Ua'ik of on ih&j 30th bpteinbcr '

I. :: f1ii' : ;i i1 I 7'v.rJin; thy South, lime, :and if not perverted, ivnl hold them in I the |I tain from eyoitn --Mi- the following United taus: .it Xew )rlin! : Two liny dollar bills u.o :; xi. -M

.i \\'< K 4J3ice t-iu *".t t j by discordant to bond 1 :* of amity to the last ajres.JJut .-t ittil C the prominent '' N of the con-The un the ISMich! Uan'.u .Mobile. : (One fitly .liar billonth' \ P *s: swoj sIct,s t.'vo.irji) ntr---TtYE3ar.- for anv the tlniiUd "
tiie gu-at: danger; to I confederacy is the case. Un i-'li 1'ank v New York : F'ive S krsP? 'n )- :
'. i< ihe rntt-j.) the
i tiw'Gjlignite
4. s. stiund'j S.ieied Mmie :
4." falliiijT: in of tJe States: iut i one mass ; :md this : triety, < -f which lar bnh, tw. on the Branch Bank ai Uooile, thc oocr Jr ck-v "tub! four"uile h.Mts iOO ,

<< : T:. '., cLtipI11zt1 U2 SUt113 iI.t' 2t1S11t will inevitably; r s.ih, if a power in the General Justice Lov/ndes ot th '' di( Court is Pre.- rhrc} not recollected : Four five d< lhr biiL on the To cljie 0:1: the 3o'i' Sc.veinber, ;j.cxr.T1UUD ntr.ii.ce h. H-

i-i : .. : i.' : 'i .i 4J1 .1atL' ; Govr-inment i is pc-'iniltt-d lobe exercised, which idemit, and I Dr. Hocluv'l' Vice I'rcsident, of utfhonchec: at Col'iin'' '>iis Ga.: One fi\\ DVT WCPVE

.1.'. : J v:31.rjil : g i he:14t s.'vl<> to siih\ert Lime .v ve.reiirnty ati.l i ngms)m of the have obtained :' )lease of fie Chapel lor $ S50 and f ;ir cl Spini-\4Il one Doubln dollar bills:,ns. on Not the content Magnolia with Bank and Jockey CIuj Pa:><'--mile heats, $150 (;(i

: Mates, mo-t guardedly itseived in the constituTius .i ear to 1 D u-o'l thoni having Eutran.'c SIt! | ).
I dJ itcrpIi1i4s1" tir i. by jvery Monday and tiking the money, the thief ritlcd it of the most valua FJURTI -

I: i ar 1 pr fto : must obvious to every mind), that will The above reward will be given for the
1 btvo ,- I.. ..I.;....i ti... Ir.r.r %. ;. .. .,., 1 inn and i. ;.iprou.ig; lhorn
i4. '. of State I. of liie I Sl.ilet I fill( II*hol'V. L MIon* iy 'vcrc 10 moo: last rrntEIUC I3EItNDTSON.A I :
prindjiles) ; tinnguts I one by ones (-md night Jockey Club Pur-u: ; mile: n. us, 'u-,'

- tI"j : i 2tJJ s lire t lHmnmr LI) !b<* if OIK-IN ajricked all maybe; ,) until they ire rn- in th liiipct '...l \\hiithi-v, found it ic'-iK'ola, Jily5 ((5O.5v'i; 10. _f I,

.. 1' .., -:r ; zonineni be (lue-- )j I tnely i usu.-pi'd.( becomes of time Union ?- pieo-Mipii 1 tl ijy a i.irge oinjfirg.iMon o! blacks By tnc 1eidez1 of the United Stale.'. MKTH D\T-"ATUKn.lY -
Sivi!! wcd in one central I of ii.jti;, e vth- If! fsu.mce of law I ANDREW Proprietor's Purse 1 .nie! hetts.. : 3, "
1 '. 'Ft.5 al :. 41 }JV <:'4ir\* his: bc'5i ilicite! l 'jp I gri-it IT \ vnnicnt > u:; : < I it! luvjtig been hired IN JAIKSO.V, Pr';si- > .r. -

. ': !. *. j Can Miv tf.iiig be nr>re intoleiable' to Lie patriotic I j! 10 tin in 'iy) -onio p-.j-son Ui i t 15 .Vii h of the! United 'totes of A--rica, hereby Ent-'nce S -f- I
/ : ; j50 To
j; t aH. :

II ': J.rt:' i; gz'414 s .ij :i:1 t1iili t 1 consider then! the State Right' Patty >fGe || authority to di) so, m oHcr to a sermon at the fol.owing La Uttlr. s, i he 7V>v / < .r-
*" I I.oin ulort-u .IflI U ivifncd JIujhes. Finding < pci, at the periods dcs'gnatcd, for the sit. ..1"tne by notc wirh ani>ro\f? -- -t- ,i' '. H.Centrd -
i i* jVi 1it ;. : tru: gi.i, (.STi.l I n-joiee to find( that sjc:.' association->r .. Bitik of Fiori.: .-,...... ,: ,:
I ih Miis lv ( -4 \ Irom their leased .I- tinned lands' to wit : .n : : i vlt 'i<- ,
a : : r..y l".n to r-.V4T ih' t'I'ii.u I thi4 h s-uiie: i.tir I | M ', air to'inmir in almost every Mis-- own tin ..and Orti.-c at TALLuiASSF.E, on the first :. S'mbserj'.j. .-. a,. ,. fti.- : : :

:,?! iIrA. in onlor to di-- j quail i ; r < !' I'K' Union) has: i mrainnl! in the exertion pro !) *, by th"I- n'.li* who had ansoriibl .V,,i .- t'V'mier next, lor the disposal of the pnhi u.c -.: '"..-.-." .: .. ,.. '-. : : -:_ 5--I.: .-f H'tino ..a ?

, :i u. : u : | of 1 tiiat sleoph'--s; \igieic! luctfiary to tbe p' cser- j j ami Jil! <-1 the "lii;. *- it \ doomed ..idvnai ; u .- thi! 'se underaientionec' township "'i t: :- ; ; : i-.. t- I _

_ 't ; ;r j'rt <'1' ui nor, \i vatioli of Ime: Union, in tin only wait ca.i he J b 1t to ui'uiiii. the 'in Its that they had 10 ulit ; : \ !t.on: : iv! to nit : tLe. .

ha J t.* t'; ?.' \viio volun-i i-ffcctuKUi: !!!) bv a preservation of) I the riir its ,;i t o runiuiti. !!I .N'mth i .t !' > i .me, and West ci t th"} median.nvnst Tr i."I'fw -'- .. : :
la-; !. c I ht'aa, ii1 rit i, of the Si I hold it distinction / I.f i".'. i' J. / : i '. ; : ; : .
; i \\tc
f-tf wi.o areor- j iles. a proud to r'or th -. ) r'. II ickvvcll '.* r
.- .
the -
purpos' went
i '
.j ; i.
: .
t L:. anjong ; UWfls.p! 1 mi -. fringe 8. i. : : i- r I.Effhr. ;
S'' .; 'Ci-trjj \n c'ins ,11 ; ilutrrnir- ; ranked among! its: meinbc rs lIlt to ir.xe ircnvM : \\l4-I(I, an I 5 the mil 1 -t mannei sta'ed the I 'lVvn>hiis, id-2, f range 9, 10, 11 1, 12, 13 &. 11. I -. ,tte S : t5)Lj .. .. :. ..: ..u-n ; .- .
f M I 'II..O iil'JVt iic'. .. riiuk: of its 'jnliilenc as trial recently' con- r Ii..t. ''. .. .
'- .: 1 1 be S ) hwus 1 !j jifeii"d lin't I: -. a iO\r nuunu'ratcd, hut without a\ :ill, asit' 1 > \ 'Jup; 1, ranj-j l.i.Tmn mety :p-a t : I t (h-.t.n: :' -
::;u .. ( uniii.att-s me with a /*' 1 to : euli7.> its h v1: -. -.
rse- '
::- :,3 M j : 1 of ranc Ifi.TOVIJ :--I :j- Fus. ; .
| -i'p
j inc- ulueks
been If j oi,
lNf.y11-L't:; ; i >tinat*'lv relumed .
to .
r'i; >ve.lhtrs ..
i" .' j r'ai-nt. which) is Ivtterfelt; in m.'iiiai* fuleinx.msth.ti i h.-> I, of rine 3.Fr.tcioutl forts t > ple.i-e. v.- : -. <\- i tl i ,r if.;tton.T .
L; ( d t- -.. trtt'v u'|J ? ;vilb iflt' i / of the o.-if-ly also mnde si ual' > I I' >. ... .- '*' .. .? I
o y jro- be u-eble ir I : &
;; : : c.m adequately expired hv) my flI town-hip I, and! township j, ofran e 29.Tonops fy Pwyri -
'Wjr: k a ,.vlij: jf ;iis j fc| u ; i iy 1 r' Mutation :'I ltion: to their rights, I1 :? ':; 1, 2, t, ami 5, of r.iiic 30.Ttw J'i'y' Uth, Is?.; I. i jr -

t(4 of "jLuv; rt-j r..,<..4 i1J. 4'flLt : j I .tIn' % ithl sentimi nts: of .liijji personal) respect, |I blacks still I i>ei Aisled in keeping poi.-.c-s;. jf n-nip> t 2, .'5., '1 anJ o, i at i rtne 3 I. r 'LL\ir u: % *
: North of tii'1 b i c line, and Lias of meridian.Township .
4vntknnu iliiou
r I : I your th .
; : ir : r4: thcy! < vi r Lui Chaprl. 2, of caflgi ] 3. TH4E be exposed at lilt'e; < ta ":

:! ii e t1r tj-,51, ;;jttl- DANIEL NEWNAN.AN hut this w iy not all: the anger of the negi ocs Tow iiship- and 2, of r.o- 11. y y bi.iiler in t tt.-! City of t -.-. ', 1

.4 4: f.;. : I :1 1) ;e :1a 1prAflei )l d inai I I in consequent of the request ta' remove, was South of tin base, and li.t of mcridiin. fir t :,:iturilav: oh \iiiHt: next, at ii -' .1 -4. "r : :

'' of lative I That part township 11 situated 'trlli and Wos: tiie fillowini; vnl! Pivperty. b.'I.'. .
. i ; :>; ):);i S;. Jn' the force anti Arr repealing certain acts the* Lfgi> : arou-ed, and'hy struck Dr. Rockwell, Mr.Claik -
uioiv dficacyr of the SUV1flflCE river, of range 14. I estate ol MMVEI. UKYV.V, deceased, -. .* .
$ Council of l tiie Territory of FioiH.i. I and othr with i
'-'r :,Tt; It-j j ,. iacit't: for cau".s loaded with leaden At tin- same pli-e, in contiauatio.i .Vt'
> thc-m
tojl I Do ftiuctcd the Senate and Ilouao of cCninr.ciflz on ro .1fa. One .%V-T.7, flirt, (tIE-t il'oiii ; r -i,.
; it by bullets on th head, knocked some down the third I\Ijm1a\ Dercmhir fr the
I i in next, disposal of J (Child. \Uo
CIUM-S: -- time
just- th'ir principles: lvalue tat f the Househin I : .
r.r J Hej>reM.-itativos of th'.1 United Statt-h of Amcrj ; and injuied others severely. The alarm was t the pubi! <* lands within the limits of the undermentioncd I[ -
Kitchen 1'im
K'.t'j A.1):1J: !, oc.ciou"? nU. their I roil ti re, ami Frrniri j I'teiiiilso? 1
rv ; j xrpft j I l I ii Congic ashumblcd! That all such acts L raised, crowds assembled, the watch called, townships and fractional townships, to wit d leceaeJ.. One lourlli of the puiclin-J*' m >: ,-:
ii South of the bxse West iey
line.nn'l of the meridian. ] tht-v :
U Ji H rrnu they jeHc; ; I or parts of acts passed! by the Legishtive Council I and entering the Chapel expelled the whole] Fractional township 1, of r.injjc 8. Negroes and the price of eveariic.f; of the ...

'' ffl t'iifi'zof'-" State /?;>///> < of the Toritory <>f Florda, as tn-iy impose a I congregation of whites and blacks, and Townships 1, 2,3, 4, 5, G, and 7, of ranjc 0. ue of Twenty Dollar; aim.! !l.'ss, will t.e e.p'e...

: : L! ( !( 1u1erpsi- ;' I Ingliei or greater I tax on the >tI: yes or other pro i j locked up l[ the Church. Previous to (this Tow nshi 3s 1 2, 3,4, 5 G, 7, 8, and 0, of 1111Ii' I 10. i in cash on the day of siUFor li! !)",' i'iCv.% .? >. -
-- Trafo .,.,. j.eTtv. of lion-resideiit citi/cns than i? imposed nnj I 1 4 5 G 9 anJ 10 tifranc dit unlit the first of
,%/i'w/i-/: } : *wi'H-Ii't I I however took in the in- Townships 2,3, 7,8, 11. day January wxt. vyilt b? t\< -
u. -'fjsm. it! nuine Ul MiiN them it this slaves! or other properly resident eiti/cns ol i a regular fight place Townships 1 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, and 9, of range 12. ended, the purchaser giving hjoiJ I anJ appsecurity. )v .

aTr"'td 1 sad: Territory, be, and life same are hereby, re- ''leri.-r of the- Chapel ; the lamps were broken I Townships 1,2, 3, 4, f, and 6, of range 13. '-

orJi: : nre 4.c. ]i, >ti hle :-\\l is ibore !-it is 'jeaied and ii ecla red null and void. i t to pie es, many of the chairs and scats sufT. Townships 1 2, 31, and 5, of range 11. LEAH BRYAN Administratrix.
I. I 'M-lt'M,' ", a.d J i.s bevn eoAU: witll!! the iurTnavcrnwiil ii Sec. 4. ami be U further enacted, Tint' it any j ed a stmalar fate, and the house presented the of Township 15.Township. Land fractional township. 2, 3, and -1, Tallahassee July 19lh, 183-1. [41J 1siIAItSIIIL'S ]

I.' !! K resist iinco to opj>reN10J person shall attempt to enforce an> *! '1C! ar or;'appearance) : of a battle field, where hostile armies range 1, anid fractional township 2, of range 1G. -

:n rr, Jl rvr>/ quarter, i is a right that | ,)arts of acts pa ;seiI by the Legislative Loun.-.J 1 II! had been engaged. Six or eight of the, At the Land Otllce at ST. AUGUSTINE, one the Y virtue SALE.
P-laticali.. I the rerrit-t: ol I Florida us alhre-aid. by rleuumN \ of Writ of Fieri Facias to me *
belong iu fa-efnen. I l.v ks wero rested and carried to the watch: second Monday Ill December next, for the disposal of .. I vercd, ( shall before
FII im' or receiving any tax, imposition, or M ;ueutainlionzed the lands within the limits of the unalermen- expose at public tl.c
"'1e: ; and riot for time in the public door of the Court ILmse
i-.r a long in the
Amrican yx-op11 who have not r I therebysu *h house, a reigned City of Tall ihasssN : ,
f'. : : or prescribed peroushi.n.l ; tioned townships and fractional 'ownships, to wit : first
on Saturday
?''t '1 .1)it tuc uv> !, i Bnl, i flu<\ tvorshsp- ; o:. co ivic'i >n Inel-cof f; It' pirush- l .v IMC ;street. North of the base line, and East of the meridian. title, claim! and interest September of the estate next of PAVU, all the FLOYD righr.,

'L. t-: of Kia-r Jrt/rtuV' know fills 1 nt exweng vohondred dollars, or h bv impnsniMient 1 As Mr Lewis Tappan was returning to his Fractional townships 1 2, 3, 4, and 5, (East of St. deceased, in and to the following described Tracts ot" :-

I 'her. *. Txceeding months or either or : 1 house the mob supposing him to be in Mary's river.) of range 23. LAND wit
: loo tr.uc1) virtui-too much inJr < :i'- six some to :---The East half of the N. W qu.irtew
and fractional 5 of
1 2
t :' ''" '
s! J It tt, .' :.:-.i-jit) States feiiingnrnonji the j oople I Sec : And be it furtlirr rnacied. That thecoLntv I followed him with violent language, and I range 21.Townships. 1,2, and 3, of range 25. the S. %V. quarter Section 9, Township 1, Range 1,
to desire- disnumbormontk'l : of Leon m tI'e! IVnit.iry of Florida --h.ll S. and E., and the W. half of the N. W. quarter of '
I- I
also hurled at his house. The Township 1, of 2G.
il1 : l'Mo.v. I'ij v JMJ value njid know&lliin I nddiiio'sr.i I"' stones were range Hectson 9, Township 1, Range I, S. and E., and the .
>w its be authoriz'-d to elect two ine ii':> Fractional 1 2 3 nnd 4, of 27.
townships ,
Pccne was one of deep and dark cifcgrKCc, and I E. half of the N. E of Section 8 in
\ ,)nzo it-but :ii the same-: time, thin. ihe I egi-'tivi1 Counc'.in t the nrsi Muni.. t. m]I Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 23. I Range I South and quarter East Township
white ,
arethcj "i-xvln drea.l, (:iml very justly too) T heIM E September nex', JHM i it -iinli bv l-.vf.l l.-r the I many an inocent man suffered to ap- Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 29. acres, more or less, and the, improvements containing 400 thereon 97-100

:a] ? ,. ,rCnv Legislative Co' i-ni to de.>iinwttf hy law the ease the negro wrath. South of thin base line, and East of the meridian.Thaf levied on as the '
: tT1O. They know l Eastof Snwannce river property belonging to the said estate
.t.1t 1. s, eK-ction dislricis i.' su-n rnamn-r as to ensure anequuhtV i' part township ( )) to satisfy the said execution in favor of Fetter and
.&rts )
I ; !sral rigi1niar'. -- I of 14.Townships.
1 of repifcni I lion i .o e/tcu. range Hushes. THOS. E. RANDOLPH JW.
tL ,
; :iiH I 1 _
in vet t'iC'-.uiileract such teii- Townships 10, 1 11, 12, and 13, of range 17. NOTICE.

I 'U".M: i.d to kt'.p] tllt. j>'j\vi-r i-i thr I) hands of the A treatv ha* been cunchu'.ed, .we understand I-I PfiHTOF ST. MARKS. Townships G, 7, and 13, of range H. persons having claims against the estate of

!H l. tlivvtiri grj: >nini ambition-to foil ty3lli I with a Delegation: ol 1 the Cneiokee Indians nowat CLKARFD JULY 12, Townships 5,6, 7, 8, 9, and 13, of range 19. ALL. ARMISTEAD of Gaclsden CoUn

..V__''d $cure Washington, I by which they cole their 's-..oh. I Iterrit Schr. Washington, Swaim, for Charleston, S. C'I Townships 1, 2, 3,5, 6 7, 8, and y, of rage 20. ceased tyde-
tiie) conunuaiice ol l the trovern"in are requested to present them duly authenticated
3 6 7 and 8, of fang.; 21.
r emhraccd i in (be I Siatr-s-ol Ge-trgia, 1 niI It)) i2 bales oLtOl. Townships 1,2, ,
'be pint and j>rac.tire of) a. pure Dtri'h N "' I"I Carohra and A.bmi.! : i'lie terms I schir. Elizabeth Nabb, for Charleston, S. C. with That portion of township 1 South ot St. Iary' to the subscriber within the time pre

rc anii uat,: emphatically Mttng to the !I nessee sn'id be ,, liberal to the Indians that i no I ;! -a \>s cotton. river. and townships 2, 3, 4, 5, f', 7, anJ 8, of range 22. scribed by law, or they will .be forever barred.
to s :
are : 1 East of St. Those indebted to the also
uts: That portion township Mary's rtver estate are requested
,I h.ttC;; ; aiul t.v.t I frequently t the n.terpo-ition of j (httllt IS entertained ofasp tt&tV lemoxalol I tne i E arc authorised to announce Colonel and townships 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7, and 8, ot'rango 23. I to make immediate payment.

uvciiirniv* is lucessarv* when Tiowers arc whole) tribe west of the Mississippi,' in the -veiu ACHILLE MURAT, as a Candidnlc Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, and 8, of range 24. HAllllIET F. AIIMISTEAD, Executrix.

IV* 11 ia 4 by .,tM T.> within/Acir) iiinils--and that, of us isiificaiion I by the ScSi; t. V rwnl uoubN i to represent Jefferson county, at the eleotiuninSeptcrnberjiext Townships 1 2,4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, of range 25. Aspalaga, July 10th, 1834. [49-8w] -

lTc less be enabltd to give the particulars m our n M. Fractional township, 1, of range 29.
fOtc< '
'en rsar this assumed, w'.iie.i: have not _Southern Recorder. I Each sale will be kept open for two weeks, and the NOTICE.PPLICATION .

'legate.! a MI.MFICATION (.1' .'t act is the 1 Id TEACHER WAITED lands reserved by law for the use of schools, or for L will be made to the Honorable

.1 "frtfj t rt-nady." These are tne ,_'rinci les ii y Kxtract( of a letter from near Smtcrvillcin I the in-ighbouihood of Shell Point-One who can other purposes, will be excluded from sale. : the Judge of the County Court of Jackson

ICI:i tv'c hi.jje State dated I teach Heading, Writing. Anthinetick, and Geo-) Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, County, when"sotting for ordinary purposes, for Icavo
.r rnii* lit to nresr-rvc that Union which was j th-s Cl.irc.i- I Such a person with a good character, will this seventh day rf July. A. D. 1834. to sell'the Real Estate of ANDREW. G. MATS, late.of

Ju order it If) secure the vie sing5' o** I IBERrr I .JULY I lS31.-\Vc learn from icceivJ from three fifty to.four hundred dollars a year,. ANDREW JACKSON. said County, deceased. .

)urstlves and our posterity. These are the dinflhal nn cpidomic, so like the Cholera I J and his board Applioj! n l. uc-ni&dc to VirgirH. by the President: HfiNRY J. HOLMES. Administrator. ,

i prevails there, that at 1tist, ono Ffcjsicmn) be.I Vivian, Esq at his residence, m the neighbourhood of EJ.UAH HATWARD, SARAH M. Q. MAYS, Administratrix.
Jutablc principles which the advocates.
atc RigIit- and Sta'u upon Remedies (or NULLI- hieve it to be that disease. If it is, t acemk. S j Shell-Point, Leon cownty, Middle Flon4A. Commusioner the General Land Office. [50uII July 19tb-1334.. [r,49-6w]

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- i: 1_ ___I NOTICE. WM. 1>. 11ARC1SO.V, a"J.' --- -w'ILIa ,
NOTICE. ct vs > for fltY f 1 ilK subsoM r )h.i.-: aken u...
the estate Mi.rtcngrH g
against of
having claims the or.du> a k tta.iil
1 persons Wif.LIAM H ELLIS. } M_ aril tas this
rflIIE Law partnership formerly ntstinf between ALL HUNTER, bte of Gailsden county, d with< r d!, HE defendant and nil o.hcre, :tr- n-t-V.I I'litJL aPt the public that lusiiorsE.rtui u/! "' .

: .11L John I*. Booth and James D. Weslcott Jr. hath are requited to present tlic.n duly authenticated be forever tilion has been filed in the C'oiu : at : "I, n' caption; on the lt of March i-3i. be **tt f th.V.

been dissolved by agreement in the nine proscribed by law. or they will Foreclose jx Mort c rxecuttd !by ilci.1 i i .u ..., i

March, 1834. ___ barred. Tims.indebted to the est.ilc, are requested stalVillian 1). ll.xr.ison r)n tw.i Tnrt .)t l--N i hlDDR1 V

to make .m.ncaiat. payment.JNO. the En.t hr.'1 f tin
being t
: A CARD.D HUNTER Ex'r. ;lyni; in Gadsden county, .. th
3!. & f.-tinn Three, au. the ': 500 LuheIs of CQRrt
Sotth-ass of >
JrmoR rfpclinp.t a continuance in "ulv 3'h, l.m ((47-9w ) quarter I I'-n JOti :t o; I'Lou-Eiher a ft the
$ ,:, iLME WKTCOTT SALES.-The subscriber having loca- half of the Northe.v-t: rmirter of > -ctton slfor
olfi-Mif cretarv nf Florida, and accept tl ih<;Coinni !Sioncl' AUCTION JohN
the in Tallahassrr do 1 .North and VV' 't.BLTZ IhA1aIay
to -
I* S. Mlorm-vfor the Mndl! ni tnct,thu'fly that he might propo ts a general WANTED I MM EDI A IELY.r ill Township} One, U.MVTO Two \ 31 l'31. ofCo
Will I 1 f I.. ((41ttJ
commission business sale Tuesday LL ic
Flonda and Hscwhcre. ? wo goad: CAIftENTERS to lVni..nrr.; B HICK also !f.r sale tV
ihf Law ; Itni h- iifrrn' hi* friend in and Saturday. June 23. [ le-w-lmj( Att'ys fiiREJI.L'S717'E hy f-crcc
nil b sins ntr.i-ti'd tnhimin ltw Court of Appeal*, in nndotbfrsalcs the summer and nuttimn. Good
that lie will also attend to dminislrator annn, during .ilt a Superior Court for thf 3IiJ'ie

Court anvof Hie nl' Jackson Courts of and the Frtnklin MntJlo: Omnties Dis-lrict, inV it in-*th t K-irida.! Superior or in the county. UUUEUT J. U ACKLliV.Marh23t wages will be paid to the industrious and study 3TTllA. 'JUCT1OV Florida, L(0n County "'

I v{ D.-raiuranJ Thoma* r ,u'iti.>, Gcnrpia, will receive the 1833. 3.5if no oilier) need applv. I I b-Milsl.!: at public! o.r-cry, in t1II- City of Held at the City of Tallahawn- TV

t ( in.>vtpun-tjal ami i aHJiiou* attention. N. B. lustruuirntsof writing e.xrrutod vit'.i neatt1e.s JNO. O. SEW ALL. Talhln -. infrvunoItheC.ut? E Hou-f at th- the 2lth.lav of **:
'C. April
t Talaha'st. Ma14, l-Si antI drspiSli bv R. J. I 11 VKLKY. 183,_
: Marianria, .Iulv Oth. 18.11. [4S-2\v.] ii-t. ti hom sot t c 'lc, on th.i first 'I'uosIlkv in O.tobertict A. bL.i. v< vj 1VIi.1t ,. ( \ twin'i. AX )
DISTRICTSuperior : ***',
Court Lew Y.Sl'h'l'.SIA A.N'D I IMill-COMI'L/MN i'- rglU! leira! representatives of I/umus AmJL I the !" >ll.vinfacts or parcels: rfL.1\'D. lyinj.iil '-""|">*iiarii ,
County. I <
I ? -. h--:': in th-- County ('f Leon and k'r.wn :is the against
Or. J. P. PtTF.r.8, Prpftsso- r..i/sft.Vgfcn'/ | stead, ami! all others cnnrerjied, xvul pl-asr ;
WILLIAM B'.llGGS,1 f In assumpsit. dici.. \vho, lor several ye-\rs, iia: =. devoted ln> cnlirr lake notice that I have filed with th" t-lerlc of lh s .\-hi ast Quaiti-r Hectinn S, Township Oiv) 1an" CAROLINE JANE ixi.\ufoi.D ur/>. pre
i Summons ? 1,050. ntirnt'on to th" troatmnituf chronic' or inveterate dis- | MiddU. District Two :> orth and r.; s' and Containing I 160 : 7OUrs' ad-ninis'i-atrix of James (i. lli.i-c.jj' ( -fllacd Co
: CHARLE C. A H 1 Superior Court for L'jou County, A uotht Z..7.VD, conlanunp 80 aer'I I .
and trac's
raM-s, has succeeded, by chemical f Attach ncnt issued March 10th, IS!*!, for S1SO. thoss, in forninr: | a combination fiom: several )1tXI- of Florida, a petition for the tlivi-ion of a certain uMd ninctrrn-liundrcdihs ot an act e, kr.ovn as :h Id. DctV-.idutits.! j 1

niate iv -'n//:1 principle, tnvhii'! ho l lits given tlif Tract of Land, with two Houses tljL-ivon: situated, '! of the Southwo- Q.v..rtcr of S-.ction 31, mTownhp f.prarin-r to the ratisfictim of

THOMAS W. FAUNTLEROY, name :Mciiiciivr Stomnchirrr rt Hcnaticx ; which has on the S t. Marks river, at Roc'diaveu I : i in the said: One, North, of range One West. Also IT the (lCt.flIlOtS do nut revidc in the theCcarr ,'

I 4} VS. [ I" deb proved far more efVu'.cnt than any remedy heretofore I county of Leon, ctnt.iinin$ about f GO; acres ot! the vest half of the Southeast Quarter Section 8, the S-a-o of G.-oriria : On m-jti-jri Tcrrtin did
JOHN LAUD AM AN, who is im fssummous2000 di in mxhuifoi entered in the name ofLatinus ronr.bhipOjuRange Two, North East, con- the cernp1.
discovered, in curing tiio c s'rcs> ;: Land- which land was riantc.uiiscl, :t is rd''red thit unless ) xdanf
pleaded wit James S. Linn, j mi'id and body, whir'-i .ire generally cumiiro.n-r.di- ndcr Armstead and I I. \V. ttr.ulrn ; and that tniniiij; SO 1100 1 acres. > do appear here on or .fjre the fist r'e said, ?*""" LeI

: Attachment issued April 5th, 18'M, for 31-00. the sweeping! terms DIPEPIA and Li> En-C MPLANTS a motion will he made at the next inmnf the As ALSO-The follow Lots in tlw City of Talhiiis October n :-x', -uvl ansxxcr the f/l i '

-It is likewise an almost certain cure for diUrjrcmcntof Superior Court fiir Le--n c"imtv, for the appointnient : >cc, and known in the plan of said City, :%s Lot said bill will be f alien pm coft iso, and the Le
EDWARD r.oocIilMN'VILLIAM \ the SFLEEM.Amona number 123.126, 127, 12", l l9, 130,2 1 and2S2.Ms aattr
-Decreed ]
mak ihi iid division..Jimp tin roof accordmtly : Proxnfej
& % P. CRAlGtia-1 Li\cr-com- commissioner- : : Lots Nos. 43 aid 50, and, 41, an.l 47, and lot a r ? reCt
; the symptimsof Dy5pcp-iian-.l i3-17wl H. W. IJKADKN. ) this on.'cr V in-.err.ed in the Fon.! .! > .! ? c
dingundcith mm .. '.tvle, I burnin< it the sto- 21st. 1831 I ; 7i>. fcuhl ot ine t 1oa-'.- 'tC tie! -. "e T5pi w
i assump5it.lirrn pi.lints, arc flatulency, si)nrnr
01 LOOCKERMXN M li-XlG, fXX. i vli, melancholy, irritability, diviirn c.ihli taste inthf LEON ACADEMY.finHF Comity Cottr; of Leon County, in Mti..?y the heirs successively, ) saj1 firs* M.nayof! fourm T 1dc

mouth ; sjrfat 'm-gulanty ol", wirh! is pmw and en ditors of the ettte of DANIEL FAUST, late of ( Teac (>r oU:.
THEODORE L.\Pt1tTE tunes \oracious :uul at other tinif.greatly defif'tnl-! p'lMi- < mf.'i.iv \ thi" I.i': u.i m will .said County, dotv '1.
M.ivtO. J \ .
liasnonm 1>A LA 1'OIi'Et ? tlV Si frr tin of Stu'it : 01 M >n- SJjxvAt [ r
iknc of b '
:hirst, leli! breath, nansea, we s ? opo.i rtcepi-m Terms on thc di*.; of Salt
5'2.TUF. .
t AttachmcU i'ucd Jan tary Is', 1331, for SMI and eructations, pllpt! a' iou, diiwsiit's,s 1 i'rcgubri'yof diythe 2 Ui in.M'U; tinder thMip.. nut- tn'uncp ot MAR F.UJS I', AJrainLiratrix.J a Sitpuinr Court for the Jit'Mtlhjricf tU

the hovc1s, r.res1'.r on the stomarh after r.eastorn \ \ VKII.: MATHEWS, M. r>. late Professor in the ("A isinl 21 1531. [ l5's.j Florida, Lrnn County,
nnd all othrrs inf ,
; dcf.-'ndan's in said mes of srrdAttachiacnts in the head, dir.7inc or vertigo ; confusion ofmr. Department of the University of Maryland, Held at the Citv of Tallahassee, ot: :4Una.. 1
od will aVe 'ioc 1 f thisv.iintr: :
f n tNU absence! to th North Mr. \V.\i.- t
nnd &o required :: '1, attrndcd V.ith the loss of niomoiy, a jmawinm B ilti j my 21,1 diy: : of April, Ib3l.
abovstRiel are fit
as dcclaratkvi, filed in said : the sr.nm.:!h when rmp'y, chillinessuT' of Tcnxs or TCITIO:; : Tin Vr.iicn is autho.-ivd! to sei'lr- and trans JOHN RU1! : U 1 S, i .. Mf i jnut. ) UP .,
the St
t toan ear :ami ple.vl Jo i-Ttt! and hearing, pirn n.l wcakm- in tl-c I la'clanmtor : 1st cho 5 W per> v.num.d acl all r.iy busiiess-lIc will !I'e tbtind :it my office ftl'r'r
in SuCh
I cast:> rcspcnivlr, oconl n : to t stntnte c"ld fctt and Imuls eh :'iJ do.'i.ilM. '. TIIOS. fi. GORDON.20th > t.r LIT
dUiuri'jd sleep, ti < ai-n *:?, EI.l'z'.Br'Iu KULTRTS. Drfcn.-.T.- \ -'
and vl. D.ited Max 1-th, IS.'M. I
I t case njade provid JAMES Vv'ESTCOTT, JR.IQtf uiuMs-incss in the throat, cuugh, pun in the si-h 01 Payable in cidzncr.'Ins Mnv, 1 iP'tl. f 1-MI I _ _ _ .ipp rin I-i itn s.i'is.'hctiv.i!: of rj.P pwl vir )'

/ ) AttV for Pit'..IsDISTRICT breast, Sc. K 'h"l tsti' yar n dl !>c dvi:! '. j'I: two s NOTICE. : ;:f fj i.i j.t ivr of t te i-f.nii: '!anan\: : '. ,- t '.'../ to:

.-- Tie! above mi'.n MI i'i&!y :tgent app')imeu dar.r: r. s.i-s I HI flu f-.tafc of Soul: C T liiV >;* St

MHL1 : liver, anti he irt, terminating in Ur : sy, Con the fir.-t of n'Mbir) ;ivl "i.dmt: ; < n !l' *hf.f; t f 31 I >rch : lV. in T:>1' itt -ie to n'v. .- t>-i' .1-. an.l tgg ;.- .11-'i't: f s.iii r'-r.ip'.tin nt, by cr>n. r.!, -t : .-r, ( ?

Superior Court-Jefferson County. umptum, Apoplexy, &c. cc rding to the ohm:it-; habits :Sec md jcrm bc.. ;lnsir.: on tin- f : i* -if :\ ;>ri uyj 'Midiiir r1'.v; for th'; 'VL .niik l.n: of "vi '-: thur ifli: --, tL: s.i f !f.tnIit't t 4 > n: ; ''

James L. ParishJWartin 41 In Covenant. .LgP, sex, and temrcrmnut: of the jmii -nt. !l 01 tV I'Mi of iqHi-'iu-ti' in i :<'!t y..i\ ,;3U hLA. K Vn.L: the bid of! il-.o compF ; rti Ton, or b- t tore : *? .,V ,'
Pufwrcr 1 1Jfl'ttCj Prepared by J. P. PETEIlo: : M. p., MsilcdjcvilU- F.-H xacv.-i: M tinm '..Thl' Sc >t'.moer.Spring I O-t'! il.u n" > '' tetc
Summons ad rcspnndendum for : Can> 'f u 'or o' ( c JT>j'fr.'i Lat .j bt :gs.Tin day i r ns-vt: > wii, \PJ ;

V3. 52,500 dimagci.Attachment Inventor and sole proprietor. var; tin in !he niort! f :31.uY ,. 1 !. ( I ll 1 : t ; _ c(>pfe3Pt iv\\ the mar er. tt :r' "..!-.rer'j -' ,.[
tniht b-j mldirfd
Owrn E. Drt. } Tcsinoni.ils.-Nnnwrous IN. cess *f o.-i we!; at 'Jhrr *sn i FVr.iII.! d, a ely[ >f t t t ir. ;ir i f the f1'-

issued May IGth, 1631, fur $ 1000damages. n-l.Uive I to i lLt. rxiraoplnnry t cures puformccbyiiMtifltlic 'I he n I'T.bor of S'.udw.'ed ti 3
[ <>' nes; but :hc foliov. ''uan-thuUj:!: i n fsi. fidi'-: .,jou mile t > Lr.-.LiL A. y 3 > J.T a 'i r h, for tin.- vv., it. ., .-', .' y, jr %. 1o.
flic mii'ds nf lif. s' i !II'o.i '
surtirintuii.fv t !M i pli a : '" f f Lo-.n At'.i't '
TutroN my.URtU'f
>si 'f > iiltt ( ) )' F.
L. Parish In Case.vs. Dr. Jam:* L'iff.V; 1ufi"r of Hie M. "i :1\ Cot\ >> nion. I
) It. tN ) i'liiy
LA 3IoNTLi.T'.S: t or.oiniA.N LGLT.tBLEsI'l
> Summons ad lespnnileruuim o Family I'tyEict11'1.Nr.vrJa.rss DAVID P.. 1A'lI; I 13 r. if) 1 : c
Ouorll E. B'irt. ) 2,000 damages. Di: '. -JO() h I lJiTo J.ME1li'1II.LE':, T iCOTTON : _

Attachment issued May IGth, 1331, for $ 1000 damages. whom it may c '>:cfr d,- cfv rf d for .

I havviiin"j i rl iii I .iIft at 1. .11 of t I Dr. IVtcr's ..Medir.inaSlo.nnc'iirr CHARLIE AUSTIN.Lf'.SLIF. hiCUitof Ca-ig'-.f, C'tiS, f. p' 'tpln.?i. / ,/':r,7.TSnirin"

ft Ihjxilicit in a number of \-rry ob.sinait: ; i: A. 'III' I I'.iON, : of B oid: an i a'l'! di*' a--- .f {' < 0 erst and

defendant in saH cases, and all others inte DyspcritK and Livtr ntlcctit! ,, of lung stinliii.r. likr. grit : J : l3R'1 L\r%>. 'Pr.-paied ?;y J H Vi >, 1.hi'.it' ..-phu.; It

TflS will tike notice of the issuinj of said wise in sc'vei nl! <>rtsesof the inlai "cnu-nts of tho plrvn ; Tall 1. I. imp -S'-s dist.iibtd n *rx.---, rivrs S. r' n-ti i t the

Attach nmisas above stated, and said defend.\ntis uul its nffirts were I iiuly astonidiin 1 have no li.- LXUIJB, r."p.iii5'S!,. A. v-'Tie. tinprovotti! Spirits. !<*.

nlsorquiied to appear and plead to the declaration s ..ntInn in deciaiin it the mot valmblo prcpaiany.1 GINS. Hill '-f D'rtiti n:. a"0'i., .imj i : ach bottle! of the

. fdsd ii std cx-'cs respectively, according to the statute for tiocs! distressing ai'.maits! t .at lias ever come wiiliin Spc t ct printMit: ; in ; 11;'.*' con>i ;cu i-: s m-ni-cr
MiW-iVr Ins had > COTTON
ir..11 h cisnacic and provided. my InwwledeJAMKS CWKI: .1., M. D. TjIVIR: en sn T all!! 'hsvinp oi> in ;heir d-'l-n-i.' sa'f liodi.1 ...1inl
8L JIN : fin .li-ntqu.ihfy! : at s"-2: and?
Dated May l tit.aim. ntv!),!,
'/ill uarriMit t'lcni tn v ik vv-cl! v.-ith i z, 'J n.i: '', and
t J. D. V-'ESTCO i T, Jr. At TV f.-.r Pit1 rs. ivdprsisncd can br testimony ti' tb superiorefficacy : tt'ii-g: ;% to ; -tht.r! rih :n ny well uutlier.iic: itrd cf rt.1fiiMs. -
__ if do not do\v-ll, th\v w'H hi- i.i'-f-n bick anti
of Dr. I'tcr'slediciuz' Stom ichic.t et Hc- they !
's of c'cs, ftc. IvPc.i) I LriJ ..:. ,!' t \ jrth.t1e R. S
thcm'in rct'truil. The ubvni'er workithi.i III
. I Tax Collector's Notice.IN ? the cure of Pyi i> % i'i and Liver Complaintiro'n -* nnnl.s \\ i .
P.UCT ill i 1 .1 .I':! -' rjiii-r.c of the grit; a n-l! increiiin demanr.KT _t._ (
'.1.!'Mo'iut Verui.n, I'i'-rid, n'-j FlilCic* Ic. Any t.rrt I're feri'k count1. Mrl. by C Iitrt.iCnrPrn.
of f liw I s'lall attend at the fol ;personal cxt ( ncu-'o. 1'iis 5.j;>' '_: : t-! pi.ipnctor is .n iHcd ior. cltKe the .
pursuance dlb.nnnctn I K JVhr'sa
: \VM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. or.ltr in the above hue. i at 'iidcd i mh"F I 1'aten v !LD- ."s for the ohc'flectilIg the j pn( > to 7J. .-en'- ;'. '- !>'.ttl l -, thereby enabling it to co'.r.xvit'ii '
'! pur'.wv to. 1)UN'AN1tPEI.tL.. 1he !>.i\f> Ointment >'d ?r> t'ne put a
Medi'-iirc .Stoiincli-ra: : Ilepntix ore put up i ttt! rech f.? ill I'l-n-
Ten-toiia! a'.id county' Tax>s for Is31 : in paivtls viIi full d:4!: -( ction for usinp. Fr-'in one Juno 1 Uli. l3 1. 1 I p -at- :rf reedy 1.r i.e' ( ;i!( tt''a_

A* Me tiivor N. 'iV. Walkvr, Shell! Point, onJ three ircels will Dr. Cii..r.iANs .Vuti-Dyspcptic Pills. .oii: '.!f .v-rh: ; !hi-1 > fuiL-arJ: the skill ol neth
to p: 'e necessary to complete a cure.Tho S.,1 i .Minn :Mi-n and Mo. es Alien, 1
Ioir'ivJh** 21st .I til'x'. At the tavern of'Ir.. price it $5 a p i
Dti.ih'y, Si. Marks,
At tlie tr.xorn of Mr. Thompson Magnolia, onAYcdncsJay txill be kL-nt con tautlv oa Jiand by ATTACHME.VT.S. ohcr;! ic-iinlie.. n*".. '.i ti-i ) {f.r tti.! ur 'f Dvsjwp 2.1 Sr' Ls and CIr'rs .'f Ln? ,t.inir! :. .1

: 23d lu'-v.' At the house of John E. B. PEftKlNStTrtl'fin' spp.Wlin T. Barr, Sanl. S'cricf, and --i.\ in all thoircomj-! :\.od" fo.T-- *' ry: < -tIcri'-. 3d S lirr-ci C, tuar 1 .iiu Ij4. particTar'

B'.nrki'r'! 'in rtudix: 21th July. At the house is authorised to .ispo< of iliei.i eitlier ut wliol!<.- 1 11 1 i nry l KniM-hid, under tIc style lo lie debii? ed oi : : iMir.:' i'tP. ."*>'r 'L' >i p tnnur: a irie !.cur'-(v hich :"-.:
ttitc.remoxi '., si j of the tiry : i.p urer-'d! .
site or retail on as reason bl: terms as they can b-j j. nii r.i rr r.-ss -tomach, h tituu.1 1'roiiat ci'r-
of .'u1i. \Y. H.IM. on ["ritlay the 25ti! July. of JOHN T. I1ARR fc Co.
obtained of the < r. ;, C''tiVC1'! "; hj..Jch! ..1pitn! ?loll of th- heart, Itii F.-i-i:im ts |hi.trn: -' {.i">nf Juo\v l by the r.Ki;
At I'-e hou cof .J Iii JOS. PRIKSTLEY PHTERP. xiul many 'it'.M-r! ufrv- !> a!fl'.> tion liit.V ntai't r. > Ccitir. .: i-vf rv il ->i.-j. if.a.
Satu-'V-.v .'i2fit'i' Ju'y.' At t i lie hou.-e of Ji'liii! 1ttt fay! nuliticd, t'i i* an lUuchmcnt in thf .ttnv.! (
.Merc" d.| th.icK i tl.r 5T1! .,' {ta- ti ( ; .
The foliowjr! arc fi'v the i-.on- ; } no.- st-.av)ci, tht-y :I. a ; := ii.rjrs irs.f'th
among miny p cntr; ha bc''ii sacd inn of the nrrc 'if the Clt ik of tLc
Hivu.: ?sq on Miin-'jy 2.Sth .Inly. At the house have been either cuiirrly cuicdr Krct'ly iufitc.jj Court of I Florida he and !:iid! and tafo calha: : : c : t'r. j i-* n r''' : :' :(.n in di.:tor ; S ... .i.. {Iru!*. "f .-' ety il:iCn' ":a fna
; iij- nor coo county, am
ofYm.. Uoh K ". rielay tie 29th July. At within the last t'\cv.! months, by th u 'i of Dr. P. -J a'l on, rs aic hrfe'ny p-quirr-J to plead to t no declaration drink or exp'.1 tu '._' *.\ t ''1 :' \v'i-'.e -isii- r m ; : te er p.r; I

the tl!' J- !.ii Ken:Ir.Cn. m Wednesday SOti.I leiV Alcdicinaj Slomaclucx ct Hcpatici; within the j in termol the '.tatut. I Uill of dir .' > \il! iri-omj i,>v a--! l">x of P.ll: ?. 7th Tetters of r.1' krif'-. Ii ii'-ibr. tLC' pt

I July At t1!*" oiRc of Dnic1lcRaeiiv, TallahasBCC state of Gcoraia.Mrs. F.DvVAUD CHANDLER, ?. I'i will .- \:-! tti the-- (..fleetsFrj' .. nt. it; ap---' L 'inrnent; tiiu.: k-.ej; thefrt

on Sjtnrday the 2d of Aujjust. A punctual Abncr Hick, Wilkinson.Airs. ApiilG5, 1631. [W..* lt ) PI.uniitT's Attorny '',". ii kivvu ) eputa'i"? !i of pf.r>. Pills for -I. t of u.iVrfeth Ct

attendencc i< required. I shall attend i'rom 10 Crtpt. James \Villis, do. ir.iny yea--, thrpr'pne'rr (J. P* > VI 1), PiiilaJ-Ipiii.i) ChithLnnaffected by t-t.

o'clock A. M. tilt! 4 P. M. of each day. Cot Wm. F. Bond, do. LAND FOIl SALE. dc>'ins f unr.c r-. ',' to giVe -MV t f>i. I.- r ''; tailf It is afi > onof tuf tt--r ;u; -:';- }t.r Hcrr.3 i:!

,I \LFRED A. FISHER, Collector.Talahassgc WayneV". K biuL-, Esq. Laurns.Bry.ui I i:: sub cciv rs ctVtr for sal, on accommodating th'-m. A fresh ..1tptly[ | has -e' n *:'' i -. i. -df.irs !' -ca* ?.!s It e-i-t: ; iu. I.i." M.U 'F ". ti.e '"M"i oul chIor s st
Allen T bv .Miiinicni! h I U F'i :v $ ir.u'.
] 9lh 1S34. 49-tIl] Esq. do. termthe flowing tract of excellent LAND, app
July, [ Cu!. John W. Porter, Mnrgnn. with a ftiirt stirnm of wa'cr pa'--injr through it ; hands !_! I'l.-' \ >' or Intl-irnc'I \\o-n :n"s Flr'jt and I ( hr.Tr,

AND.-r sale a x'aluable tract of land containJLjtf Sanford T'lnprnan, Esq. Jones. mtly .situa 1' d a'i.: ut 7 miles trnm .l Irntti't-liu, in we line-;, it i-= '; 'en< E t-' ny .is'Ii'Mit* vth 't ku'ti 13

ini: 500 acres, lyiiif; near Monticello, JefTers-ir. Alexander: Ir'--i: E wit :-Th uthea'-.t quarter and! FR ES F1RUS. .' :" f'irultj: (If rnr >.tlr t "ii

county, Florida, belonging lo Lixvrcncc Hill of New- Guo. G. M.iilicws, Cr,'. n. 31 Eat half of the Southwest} quarter, Si ( tio-i 31 1---ThrVcit of .'jy |ir"jtart:. T of! flI. ..if.? > l t'J- "

York, this tra-t of land, is about one half himmock, \ half of the Northeist, ant! the East half of ihc '-X ant i.jy .ic put I ;.u fiab! to ir jir\ I'I.P..I i t'iH'U|

und the balance of oak, and well watered with a spring STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE ciih.t'cs. of .section D2, in Towa h.p One, Uoncr S.-. i i\-$i i t'IIi v i t u \ : cold i

oranch running through the same : persons wishing .111.N addition to his old ware-house the ."- N'irth and KAV, cnntanuiii; together: -400( aorci, C : .n ry, *' 'tc | l'iik ( .Uin.triH {..arfirr ., Jort>ff tr.-.iv jpnri <.i..4
nee the land will to James L. Parish, Esqr atMonticello A ''si' b .kr's 1' ing. \' lu-rc 1. I i.- j- rt'c hn'; ?;Lfirt! ?<> tal: tii-
apply subfcribtr hrt- recently erected a ipf.ciou.s build more or !l'4 It..isn vuMiirig: to e.xamne '!'i'v lan!, stir'ar *' r >rot- --s : -. >ilto3'"> |! ituj-
who will show the same, and for terms, njj 80 !jy 3S f<:ct, fri rtcuivms cotton and ontls. 1:.. rcftrred i"Jap- WI.} -> mil shoxv it diei( >, .m bra--.\ !.-- o' -'Tin' ..% : Lr v..: To r- C'tJrrIi t -r' in rj'vj.j... rt < : > lion- h-\ :VT!

whhh will be liberal, apply to me Itt Tallahassee! : I TIMOTIIYM'CAKTY.St. "K'UR' ff srURGES. ic, :t-. : \ltVtJ! 3: d Ne'.s v! 'rf >il I li.aK IPu.v :->' ; C'iri n- r.T.'i,, it uio .! / 1! '..-r.vfi of "lit iiiifrw

will also sell the remaining lots, in the west addition Marks, Dcremhr 27t1. 1f3 Tallahassee, June } 1., 1 1Q' : ( Ittf) rine t.">fi L :i-elh:1 r.iuntttv i.t the d- i c'; pmvtf':1:? clfi'tiMi

to MonMcelloxnd, give a bargain if applied for soon: w.ish, the !>cst irticlikro! i. '" r I! N-ISH> trr-'h an ; .kne'' i ;d t i-.' thp piiu.

Jfov3.1_ l W| TURBUTT R: BETTON: BROWN'S HOTEL. to:; ; ;v4. ; II"'linl5? Ol 1 if >. f-r c!. -stixnq- Voc.i[ j jtliths It cures Yfi'v -r.-t :I'ns or \\\T- an 3pnicatinu ?

HOUSE AM* <.1 \1 11 ISI< N BUSI- N the Vest s-dr of t.c! Cioitot qo.1- I t.ctw. u PROCLAMA ION ; f... *. ol Le IT.-J r '' aod Minsi-j Oh fJ; rs
O i iiL '.-fijrtt fr.te Ii) bi'COi
WARE cloth ; L"-ur and :i -> "i ma"- .-; O.shorne'N : M oia
-5t.; 1 IVrsi'ill ;
AT APAL VCIIICOL \, ELORIDA Auju-.unc in iretti, I'.dhl la.t BY7.tjxa
md l -.'. di-oiJer. y.'iiiciri'-to J'i 'ihrfl Ltv
ttcrrolo'irhnuifin a {
The subscribers, having nt -.iatcd ticmseuvpztoetserunder s e, Florida. Th1:. establisimient (to \\ hih! 'h ; "'>- P .Jvys. :& r tss: ink sar cpav !- .y-teiu'i'ic riLnre'
; : ),, I| thoin etiree l.'iim mosr rOrnIrOi
zI & j i: '- ; ttt tt a .d iii.l ira-' (! 1t'i i. itJy tf>\e :
thp stile and fnm of FORD &. IT-VRD1N, scribcr has removed) is nov.-opt-n for thr: rtlrre. .f t ng"s ;
(,-)VEtxri: ot ri. :: -\ J'f'C'ei
-.v.Vrf T > this Ortint-nr bit
nt ca- sbapji'.j'mp:
se r.tnsarting a Central W\1RE HOUSE aad public cntcrtimmcnt. l-iri'-y: : ; b.uc. etc. Allot'liich oxtcrn.ulv
: purp COATV7.SS/O.V Business at Jpalachicria. Having Sept. 7th 183 ?. 4 if) THOMAS flRI\VN. nnw HUNDRED DOLLARS is lrf.-r.-by oHTcrcd \\ :il He st-ld ci ; p i'r ; ih or approved redit.E. will give relief And CVS.TI :ti old pet-fp.| vihnpaisi ) :
H. for the appi l'f' i.Ni'in of f-vo lurrixvnv* slav -stchai' :. B. PERKINS !ia-.e b '?:> Of .oilierstaii-':. .!. it \\ilS '3etIiipain.
made suitable with several \civls for
arrangements .'d wi? the nhltId"r nIJ\IE.- ROUNDTI) F.E, '1'iil.ubas! o. l'ec'tr: lih IB. f .
the ciih '
direct of Cottoii Sic. New
transportation r LARGE and! C i late if t c cnunty of L ;vfLJ- and state of Ge. ri.rit To sea captain.-* and :ma.r of vt\ I-ii'"v'! >t'1ermut !
York or New Orleans ; and lining f.tcilUi-s! at nil Jt complete assortuienlof Th) de en >ril l lia' murr'.eifi iu Leon Cniry, DOCTOR ,). *> i.: VINS'JEWART, | be erjv.&uih! m winter on oar 't-t it bra,

I I times within their power to :nako rraswall: advances Uiu sar.d Mcdicinc .,ju tii-cci- n' :ir th'' 'inf bftv.reu Jc-Jigia and? 1 ?' about one ? ES PtilC T'.' "! 1 :l;ii> his pr.f.sinnat crvici s \ ercert..tin in its iVcls on Chiibfair.! parL tr-ct: !;

upon prodrcc consignedtothcircarcandrnamjjcnvnt; red from New Voik rnd lialtimorcfor *>al:', wholesale mi c above R. Manninc: <;r tniciit of the 'J'SIi ,i 81' th" cit:.- !ts ', Tall iiasec and its, li.-mtty as with frost it !likewise prcrves its qujhlies ia aritli'
they would tender their services and nd rct.iil.! Cf -
respectfully solicit iV tI.hantha'dPractitiontri.s '
>.ip. U: i*. The p"rsui i charu-d j v.'ith th murder a r"i re- a -a' tilo'itr ./ ;juu'c ; His 1 q'fife is on Jefleison mates .
a libera.1 patronage in the above hue of business, plied on the m r. r'-dains; srnsK d. black: hciiii.rin. Col. K.V.. Williams. eft"motPMU'Hent
si a e a man tn M m xt tk'ir :o Mr Pt ns'dni store. A Lirge mass of te.-ti-jMnt tIe value! -
t pledging their personal and imtiri-liial attention to all V FEIXAS, mmcd CRITTI'NDON, l'i i.eiiv the rper- 'I'ailiiiasice.Nov.; i&l I-IV jjtfss' medicine will bw sliewii to those wvi.'u h!
Dusincss consigned to them, either fur sale or other- \Hy29 4 r t / f lju F'- rida.
> tv i f Juhu S. Shepai ', E'-q. Tins Hois! about \ ; r uitl.'ir information on apj>!ic.iin! to Df H n
wise.Their ADMINISTRATOR'S fixc fret ei4Ilt inches liiti, a.-t'V and well made, and ;
Ware Houses and Close Storrr. Ni.; I ICE. totis. 01 to any of nuthnnzea :ient'liie
are undergo about -0 or -.r> y..c oH, he is a daring and b. ''d viiI !- I'
p rvins IIIVM d nnmls 'o"inist the LIU- ztl'ove inacnt ,n.I? jy special appointsnesJ
ing a thorough repair, will be Jorge and commo-lious ALL '
1 Th other savc! is mmcd JOE th
BuooKi an. a iiu'ato, ,
of JtiTcrson .
situated in a desirable of the town and Co-i-ity, deceased, the patentei and s warrantee! senutne.L
part as exempt
h arc here.oy trquiicd to present: them without delay to prop ay William Wy.rt, E -q. and former'y be U. PKUKLV DRCGGIST.Ta1lahaee .
from the
!I danger of fire as any other house, of a the subscriber and all long- to Litt'ebury' Jones, E-q. of Gadsden! Co'tiiitv. 27t1
J fcimilar! character, on the Point. pc-iions indebted ton>ud estate, 'hruary 2 : ii I-t I __
JOE much Ire chie'l-has bun nnd jc about
is : eves, \>
arc also to s'ittl"! thc .
required .same.HARRIS
I W\I. P. FORD, (late of Au-ustn, Ga.) BU11NEY Administrator. feet (C oi 7 inches high and nl! mad", he may a-1 TO: TIIL AaTii.'IA i fC.ND CtSt.LULTRC.P t

.ill I EDWD. J. IIARDIN, ( Apahchicola.) June 7ih 1834. t I'Uipt to paas a free: man a-.d max'-'han, e hi- na-.f; : H h most prevalent aul: i'l''t; of all DeIPs; inc
1P.P.Vflr.c-S1pw.1rf. Fnlninr KinifJ, _ _ fi n-11-
---t -- 1 ', f. 1!ii> isnlinii'- :JvfnrsndOXr. ITINtfl'I) 1'1)1. dnt tocuilized S'C't' -;Cr.n.-.ri''n'

Margin, J. S. Cal/touri, Jlf. jr. Perry, 4Co.. T. $. JJ.Erans \ | iJE..-Tl.e office of the "Comm sirmer, of LARS REWARD, wiil'b-give i f-r each o: the aboe generally! .>e tnic'-dtetl-e leas' A innir.;: oj t1sQa.UI

_ fy Co., Wiittick Grrrnvwd, Sf Co.,-Columbus.Hrgirt JL tho city of dlahasscc," is at present krpt in d 'cii'vd' sl.iveif dchx'e.e i :to th'' Mar-lnl ofihc a Iight hut neplei't*. c '.' bv e-ti .s'lou '*

I I <$ K-itdand, Jas. HamUtvn fy Son, John R. the Treasurer's nnd iuidi to '- olfii n in the Capitol.2Hf t Middle District of FIou' ila, or to thf* S'lerift'of' he that one: bundled aiu! tiftv tliou-and peit-onsdi-! 33:1uu:

Pitkin. -Ncw- 'ork. ) WILLIS \LLSTONCOUNSLLLOR ( nanrni'.sioiir. county of Leon, or ;< cured m any tail in th/s: Territory !Iy of the CO1iSUtt1tiofl. Mostof the.-e dreadful re"-

t E. W. Offgorjjf, Bogart $. Ttatrth&r.-N. Orleans.St 4 .j" '' r may be attributed to e'r n cold! and a ne,;' "

John $. L-arrus, T. If. Me Coy.-Mobile.Aug. Gix'ei under my hand at the Ci v of Tal- i treat me i.; of the h.irrL.inr.. cotcb that geiu rally insnxvhicli

___ 17. 1833_Itf ( AND ATTORN hV AT LAW,) lalnc, th s :'Mh day of March. IS'I) I, and FULL npply of; ..lis' .upcnor Msinlty f.'IovveJ by d.ttinilf brt.ilhio Pr!

FLORID Lq\ D FOR S.'ILE. W'ILL practice in the Court of Appeals ;-Tin of the Independence of the Unrcd States thtFif .4.h.! ro :and ll u\er ocds jtis n-ctivni ;v. ,; .varrrntett cardeii, 1 inthi* siilv., a..d at iist Ulcerated Luu t- an(

r Courts of Loon, Gadsden, and Jackson y-Eighth yi'ar. fresh ; by \. \, I'EltIiINS.Ortuber { repeated Asthmatic attacks, uL- b"iir': n :'.'r. urapw
TIE undersigned having purchased of General in the Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior WM. P DUVAL. 'J'l' i i Iym.Itfrns. Oi o. txxo dollars ( :- ,.; '' tiithef11C'K

1L I Fayette, the township of land in Florida,granted Courts of Thomas &. Decatur counties-, of the South -

I to him by the Congress of the United States, ofici cm judicial circuit of the Stateof Georgia. Residence $205 Dollars. < ; UKLFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS,

the same for sale. Ttillahasste. November 183'5 I l"itf 'IN :aclditi n to the ahux-c reward, tin: citizens of RO'AiNB' W1I

This land is situated in the immediate neijjhbourlioodof Tallahassee and v.cmityHer TWO HUNDRED an.l .t in;-. att'.ntio. 'o their tnif'y adinini-tirttion. 1

___ Tallahassee, and is believed, lor fertility ol JOHN J. ADAMS AND FIVE DOLLARS ; also, such' further stun>. Tt'fIC; :31; I IX'l'UIt.E. u>nil-!! t. :HMI r.1i.i. n nfhef t 4-- ,.s't /
,__ soil and local b6 as be o-ntributed those xvho have not had r.r.ilx Vifen u -.; 5 ; Pills ai.* ;. < : Ji"'cl
advantages, to more valuable than (JTfOlLYLY .IT L.'Jll',) jnay yet FULL supply of Una valuable medicine 1 is: ju-.t j 1itO7t
any other land in the territory. removed from CXuincy to Appalaclucola Bay an op"ortunity to subscribe _1 reedy d. I shall hereafter, have it coiutaiv v on I. Iectn I !i9i1ttV P.. flultt)11.. III. : 'in.
t The HAS Tallahasst'Tarshi :29 h. 1st.: Ht tfi 1 \--t ami I oiiuf.; .uon. lOt
Southwestern part of the township adjoins the will regularly attend the Courts held at the : ii nd. F1III1 LIn .t. tUtlCrg
; city of Tallahassee from which IT f- u :ii- 41.din.t'. of I> Mtiiir-_ "hfne* ;ind l
.4 point to the shipping Hay, at Quincy and Maiianna ; and the annual term |S WAKHANTED TO BF. A SAFE AND FFFJCTUAI '. iJt. ; ,itt8:
port of St. Marks, a distance of about miles of REMEDY tt.H Ft.XEU AGUE : ,- tIi. jeelin? l.L. lic .
twenty the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee. Letters ad- ANI IF TAKEN AGKf.f XI LF. d tin?
; i & rail road is in contemplation to bo made, in a short Jressi'd to him, post paid, will bo attended to. TO Tilt muECTioNi. Rcpoits liavin been cireua'e! l of i. a-i. AT Few r--H car .cctir any In. icfe? .I

I time. February 7Mi. 1834. [ 26tf) > r i i, "i.H --iivridi-r.. i wliicii nh'! | :ircha u1" Fea3
The navigation ot the St. Marks river has been recently the Pirictor to say that th'.se reports ;uv utterly fahca i riU-\iil! not hi. ', < .ich rt-tiir for thur iiig

improved, to a point within six miles of the A CARD.HAMLIN I am as.! uuthor..s.\l t.. oft'er a R ward oj !Ia->, iture ,

Southeastern part r/f the township, which will afford V. SNELL Ol'O, /; liars to any ouvhowill proxc the existence r :

navigation for a cheap ajid certain transportation of ATMlUfEY .'IT LAW. T.ILLMLISSEE ,>f -ii.. '> irticle of Arsenic, Mircury, Aii >ll.IIiy, 11 jute -in.It sorP 'TcrJ e hotli l orn:4: fliPflt aid I

produce. FLO y oth :r poisinous ingrcL'ient in it. bIes'iin2. The beM security fur th"ir :.dvant. !;ei9 to 01lound
f This land will be sold in parcels to suit those w.shjng Will attend to business confided '.o him with indus I ou'cr' to prevent imposition from countcrf* us. no i >i the ue ot the

4 to purchase, on a credit from five to eight years. try air punctuality. Dec. 21st 9tf p- : *. :ii except authoxisd agents will be furni.-Ji.-d b JflCE.
) T.SC j.VTW
, : nt reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will Referenda-BENCH AIRES and JAS. D. WESTCO'rr lh t'r'wictoritli the mixture to s.-ll again. 1 aml BRITISH J. little U

make application to either! of the undersigned Jr.. Esquires,. : -l 1. -x ; it for Middle Florida, nnd air. assuicd i l>y : I. Tliii ele a-u i 'nIb TovM.or, v .h-.rcent-in try ac

WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, ;., jAD'S'ruNtCMJXi'URE. jt\ uid that (e.\cepa small lot sold to Mr. Ecel- yredicati-! ;-a \) n.ilu pi IIH. ; blacken* bUt J
.'umnlatior! j whirl* not fli.
HECTOR BKADEN., ft1 Jla/-Warranted a perfect and lasting not u Miigle bottle hag been or will be sent, or sold t. x arler dLC.'I b
loi"> th I ill. and! :I.4 > t' .ir .
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. 4 for the Fever and !;"n to in Middle Florida n
cure Ague. For sale any person except to meInniie : .. .... caiHeso' oefl
It Tallahassee, November 23d 1833. 15tffCP'The 11l:' wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER // .- has been discovered in any mixture called (luntnt<" ..finovpslui hpaithii.e.-,.re\ninus and HorntoeM.IP 1 I
sue rt'-iin.) serves the s
Charleston Me & WESTCOTT's, it must have bee i in somf the imita'.iirn. p
Savannah Drugzht
Georgian, runJugusta /, Jppal.ichicola of spurious ctiin.-., .ut renders the teeth! beautifully white.
Constitutionlist Southern Recorder, Milledge- ;. k Florida All pei ons therefore, w I.< \vish the genuint
n against loss or damage by FIRE can .'rice 50) ert .,. .
rille, Georgia ; Richmond Enqu'rertind Star, Raleigh ,, 11 hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and INSURANCE the most favorable terms, on appli- Tonic Mixture-d\m\\d\ be cautious of whom they i>ur- I'. .c"-nlwK! boxes. 30 Pi U 1 dollar, half boieiii

Ji. C. ; will publish the above fur eight weeks and for- ; : Wcslcot my agents for the sale of" Row.1's actionto the Subscriber, agent of the Piotection Insurance chase it: My label will be en every bottle sold b> nif ? H-.H. 5): .. --us.Hr" -

ivard their accounts to this office. -' Tonic Mixture" in the Territory company, Hartford Connecticut. In every ap. E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Flo: Ida. : None au' guinineunless signed on the

} WALKER .- -- af Florid-a, Eastern part of Alabama, fctWcuUrn ItiLiumflt1IC fair Cash value of the property must be Nov 2.M I ,tf. ,irnted wrappj-r, thesole proprietor, TonneJiat KtDDt.EI

GELD.I p-irt pf Georgia ; who are able to furnish stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness KDICINE, fcURGERY, fcc. MJCtor H'. it ,' .ii resso.* tu the late Dr. %V. T. CocA!-
I ATTORNEY AT LAW) the said medicines to all xvho} apply to the.m of the and the I No99 COat1
may on representation, good moral WADDEL, respectfully anno-ii.ts hi.uself lo For sale at ois (Counting Room, over .
.: -I INTENDS in/u'ufc, regularly to attend the Terms as favourable terms as they can obtain from the pro character of the applicant. The solvency of the Office the citizens of Tallahassee and Us x iemity, ns a jiractilioner Street near Conceit Hall Boston, and alaoby hM'P

Appeals of the Xtfritoryjucola Pen- prietor himself." Signed, audits fairnebsand punctuality may be confidently relied in ali !ra.iche? of the medical pro'fession.He aiipointmeut, by i:. B. PtKIT.VS (b/l

T.1uI Is the pace of his rc icUuce.Jiuui "JNO. R.ROWAND." on. ED, PERKINS. has taken the office formerly occupied by Doctor Drug

iOtb, 1834, (44tf1 'PhildeIphia, Oct, S4b 1633," Sltf Tallahassee, Feb. 22, 1831. 7tf Ai4gn, and more recently by Dr. Crag25Hf. Tallahassee, Februay81,

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