The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
August 9, 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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tathoiUed to announce NABYRDf L I -- _- J4'* I
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;4teT Esq. a Candidate at --- II Ip.- -_ -- :: ,: : ,- -iii -

11! Sentember next for members of Andrew Jackson

,licttOl Council for LronCounjy.announce TUK noted and ftaII-blooded


) -. SO.Vwill stand the ensoirg

NS, Esq. a Candidate at season at Tallahassee.

September next for members This Stallion is so well

ecctIOfl) cnrislativc Counci1 for Leon LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." known throughout the souB tern -
-- Mates and this Territory, a a successful
vctt" racer
i ItY1tc I that a detail of his performance is considered unne

; Sorised to announce lIflJ.rf -- =- tL cessary.He is seven years oJd, of the best stck in the Uni -

3. JEFFERSON GREEN, as A UARU. ted States, being sired by the famous Timoleon, one .
in the I PROPOSALS for carrying the Mails of I of the most celebrated Colts of old Sir
Leon county the Uui- the mode the Mail Archy-his
to represent HAMLIN V S for four may be carried on horseback or dam the bred
Char 10da to NELL 1835 years, from January 1st, in a snlkey. was by high imported horse, Whip-his
Council. i TTOI1.VCy .T .lirwLLAi to December. 3fst, 1833, on the following Post 7th. This rr and-darn by the imported horse, Tupp. He is a
I Ia Will attend PLO. Routes in the Territory of Florida advertisement is drawn up for all the Wood bay upwards sixteen hands '
Col. 11. to business confided will be received high, and unites
ri ised to announce him this at routes in reference the
utho "'UnnJus.i office until the 20th to manner of carrying the Mail
tr y an- day October I great strength beauty of form and action.
) :
anpunclunli.y. I> nct
rL. c.2lst : w hich is
as a Candidate to re- l9tf No. 2471. From Saint designed to continue for four
\V r.KADKN, I REfe'enCU-BEN CHA1UESa Mary's byFrink's and Jack years : yet proposals Certificates of Pedigree will be furnished.

rt, county in the next Legislative I C OI'T Jr., Esquires. dJADMINISTRATOR'S D. uville, to St. Augustine miles and back, twice a omiisions for will improvements be or to correct inadvertant Ttrms, $20 the season, to commence the 25t
Leon considered.
cry w eek. Fernandina
sent to be supplied of August, and end on the arst of December. -
1 I week from Saint regularly once a 8th. The best form for a proposal is, -
NOTICE. Mary's, 9 miles ; Mandarin August 2d. [51.12w.J]
ttlrl. 1
ud dt A LL week and Pablo a will convey the Mail, agreeably to advertisement -
Iii having claims once in two weeks
authOr1st1 to announce NI I against thc by
tidabill1 /A. of HENRY PITTMAN, !late of estate Leave Saint Mary'sttcry Wednesday cross routes. on route No. from to for the Tax Collector's Last Notice.IN I
Gadsdcn anil
I as Can- Saturday at
VtN McPHKKSON. Esq. a yearly "
deceased county, 4 compensation of- Dollars.
are required to present them c. m. drrirc al Jacksonville seme duyi by C pursuance of law, I shall attend at the following I
T Leon county in the next cated within the time duly authenti Leave Jacksonville p. m. State the No. of the route, the beginning and end for the of
represent prescribed by 'wv erery Thursday and"Sunday purpose collecting the Territorial
to or they will at 5 of it, and l he careful
litq' to seal the
.rvi forever Proposals and direct
e a. .Irrire
COUiI(' barred. Those indebted to the HI. at St. ditgitsline same days 6y C m. it "To the and County Taxes, for the year 1531 :
*' e estate p. Post Office "
c:' ----- requested to make immediate arc Leave St. .Qug sline erery Tuesday and at Department, with the en At the store of N. W. Walker, Shell Point
payment. Saturday dorsement on
.uui! '_ to announce Col. J'llyf. 1S31. [L47-w1] S. R JOXES, AdmV.NOTICE. 5 a. in. Arrive at Jacksonville! same day by C p. in. must be stated Proposals-and if The Contractor residence of the bidder Monday the 25th of iigst. At the tavern of Mr.

los. M' iim:' ns a Candidate to Leave Jacksonville erery Wednesday r.d Sunlay at 4 dations are not a recommen Dudley, St. Marks, on Tucsd-iy the 26th of Au.mst.

n. m. Arrive al St. ATurt/V same day by 6 .. required. At the tavern of Mr. Thompson, Mignolia Wednesday ,
of Florida, in thc 24th ; m. 9th. The on t
ireC nt t thc Territory SIX months from the duo hereof, I shah! 2472. From Tallahassee! by Lake lraur distances Contractor nmt bo his own judge of the the 27th of August. At the house'of John
of the United States. trs of Dismission from Waukcenah San Pedro Dells at no increased pay can be allowed for Blocker on Thursday Sr'th
Admi.Kt.ion any ,
4 At
the and August. the
house -
., ,
.4rc* _ _ Spring throve to difference when the :
0,1, ll.! ( estate: of place arc truly named. of Wm. W. Hart
San.1-1, G.urctt d lrC'asel late of Micanopy, 16-2 miles and back, once in two weeks. The on Friday 29th August. At the
r7 mitlioiied to announce Colonel Gadsdcn Leave Contract may be annulled for the failure of John D.
rfj county, C. H. DUPOA'T AdmV Tallahassee every other Monday, at G .'2. M. of a store Parish, Mickasooky.'on Saturday
trip for
( .UIIILLE MUUAT. as a Candi- ____June, 27th. I 15.14. f 1-IGrm.1] .irn't-f at Micanopy the next Thursday by 7 p. m. for disobeying, or repealed instruction failures of the to arrive itt time, or 30ih August. At the house of John Havie, Esq-on .

I ILT. ; Jeficrsou county, at the Leave Jlicanopievery other irrne a. vi.I .- llth. Should any Department. Monday tnc 1st September. At. the h.usc of Wm -
l 2 to represent E.: The I next morning after lhf arrival of the Mail any person refuse a Contract at his Roberts, on Tuesday 2d of September. At the house
1'rt' pcr* ; ins claims J accepted bid, he shall forfeit all other Contracts he -of John Kcndrick
c1ternhcr sjm acI.wnrjllc-Arrjre
5 L!! t1'iE' acnmst the Estate of at Tallahassee the next Saturdsy have and be on Wednesday 3d of September
may held
W. CRE%' late of by fi responsible for the damages. At the office of Daniel
: (( : eJ oan.ruirioruii : l: olourl J A MSI? S Leon County, dcccaed p. m.JN" 12th. No Contract bid -Raney, Tallahassee, on Sa-
are requested to B. nor can he transferred without 'tu rday the 6th of
: present them Route will September.
: > (I I ilii legally authcn- commence the
\ .FbN: -"-' "' ) sf11t tcrim j ucatcd operation on the written consent of the Postmaster 4
and General
those I A
,' i'i'! thr *J'.li Congress of the United 1 I ; itidobtc.l to said Estate, arc rc- Ut Monday m January, 1835. first had ; and such punctual attendance is required. I Shall attend -
? quested tuiin.kc immediate 2473. Fiom any assignment without this, may from 10 clock A. M. till! 1 i'. M. -
I of
jMIV-27'll I' i:;. .V) payment. by \Vhitcsville, to Micanopy forfeit the contract or bid. each day.
LOUISA CaEVVS, ministratrix. SO miles and bark, once in two weeks. Scminolc I 13th. If Contractor ALFRED A. FISHER
hn July I IStli., l 'a:H a or any Ardent shall ransm it intclligeive Tallahassee 1st Aniist I
iuH: r:7.e: nnou.icrM.'j. WILLIAM [ is.j) Agency to be supplied each 1831 fil-tf.J[ -
lj trip by across by
: more tlu the
express Mail
rapidly n the
WVATT, :a rtii1i'liHMo: 1 ebrt'-.nt the trni- i : route.from Micanopy 2C miles I ,
ccks and
I" after d.ite bark. Contract shall be MARSHAL'iiLET
r1t T Ci SIX application wit!! be mzide ; and when a Sta e is rim
Foral-M" |J"iJh! : .iri: '*s> of the l taitd by Leave Jacksonville (
"i .subscriber the every other Jlandaij% at 6 a. m.- on a ?Iail Route
to Hon.
: County Court for j more rapidly or more frequently virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias
27thiVi .'
: irrivc
.liiiy i ; I
al tome
____ i the comity of Leon for Letters Jlicanopy tu- next Tues-lay hy ft m. I than is contracted; for delivered -
.e j of p. the Mail be I shall
: -:-------- ------ --- :-- Administration; on I Leave mit t carried in the expose at public! sale, befon
OtC Ito ... 'i. -,-. :- to annou'ii'c H ILL I.J.'ti /;. the c.Tte of SAMUEL MALT-HV, !atf>f said County Jlicannpy (very other Friday at fi a. m -The I most frequent and most rapid conveyance, without of thc Court House in the City Tallahassee the door
a Vf rY.II.L .i" a candi-lt: : to rcpisrnt 'l-f I .Ircc.isr d. p.. F. COLEMAN. I ii eat morning after the arrival nf the JJnil JfO'ii Talla additional charge. first Saturday in September next all on thc j -i

-- ,-i, F -rai.t, ia 1 uie'2il Uun='n ss il f llic Tin- i I -.T"v- !'- KMh- ,-,_IS.. ]. '4s-r.u(; I I hassee N. FJ.-cjrrirc al Jackwiv-illc the ncrl Jay by dp. in. I 14th. When a Route is discontinued or curtailed, claim and interest of the estate of, Henry the right D. title, I
-- Thiroute Fitts.
'I r- _ _ _ ly .MI* I 1t'Ai.jI DRUGS---- I 1st .Monday in January will Iin.commence operation on the I I one de mouth's extra pay will be allowed on tIc amount deceased, in and to tj-c following described Tract ot
-------------- WINES ducted. LAST -
I'K.aT I to wit :-Thc East half of thc
THOMAS! .KAIsTZELL 2 17 1. Fioiii, Pi-ns-ifida to 59 miles and I 15th. Southeast quar !
Clakcly Where
tiurgiral IjislnuncHls cC. hark a Contractor on a Stagr Ro-uc is.uprrccdctl : ter St C. 29, towmhip I, range 1, N. and W.
twice a Vlk conj -
in : t
ionNn AND C'tUNSIII.1R AT !. \\v) HAVE just Lf/rrc sttg.s. by an; uiutribidder, he must |:nichav.'sin'h! oi" j taming tO acres, more or less, levied tire
; P [ received n full ) ol fresh I'myiifola Tw-hy anl at 7 the- } upon as property -
supply FiiturdJay
rep Stage hordes t-i
in O f I I and property as be netd! for f lit 1 Joining to the estate of
; may
t i.f
iLL co M. e : i ;i -\p- Mi'difines a. m.; .Jrnre tlc.lry D. Fitts, dcI I
ow, rng mid Chemicals. til l-ikly (G Leave lp
: Pure day hy M. service at t'tir I re-ised
p. a valuition
ilf ; be ,
to satisfy Execution
: : ( r1rt at 1' 1., au LI!. pud by n i.oiablc; j an in favour of David M.
1' JInT, r.In1.1 >kly trtry JVI'-dllesrlrI! and Hat m day all a.m. .2r- instalments I if T'
-., r i i'iu; I ij" CJ.i.i .'KM ainl( J.n S on. .1tC.17'EJ.r !ir/.vc, rive (it Pc > ric-ilnsaiic I ; they disagree on any p .mi, ti-h must j tt. Sde rtii'l take place within the usital hours.
.4. Ii. .' L i. I t il.v. in j bottles! imp'irttvl specially lor the, UMV ofsiolc. il 2175. From> TtdlJia-j-'ec duijs hy C 71. ni. cI ttiii a perois, wlt mv: appiiin a tl1irit in dtril.- TIIOS. E- ItANDOLPII; Marsha!

> w : : :. J I-:; i:11-c I I \Yeiojiil; tc Snott'ilcn's stijw rior AMII'TATINC Wauk by Lake Laura, Lipona. ] w the 1 nias!er ( efl'ra I v Il I n )OAU I. tht( thu 1137 A. A. FISl1E! Dep. M.ushal. -i
i uw.i -- < enah Sin .
imi.tnx. : Pedro, Ro tci's Mineral I If the -
> Ferry, underbid let ftil : A'in' 2
TRKPHI.VI.NG to his N31.
I OnsTLTRirvL EYE j ; biii v ll I ic i it f51d;
DISSECTING 5'ping-: and Law's. Store to 1G7 miles and I fi red ---------- .
ui Alligator, \ to the Cnnu-at-ri -------------------- .
; kY I ainl POCKET IN<; > l, t present 'r ; Iut i Iv' i etii.c ii t. 7/ ---------------- ----
II TJI tE.Nrs, ill eases. ark, oiic in two wrrks. ] I tliLeare l lIP ac projwal of tiie uijeriiidder will be V/\Va;Tli.I TO K'S i'.-IL E. .
IVILL I'RTier. I vv in I.H- f;&.url -* of :Mulj: I j STOMVCII PUMPS :and Pirr.s: Silver! Lancets nncl I Tail-thus tn < ; o./irr JWmi/ / at.G re. m. j I IP conditionally. r.coi--teci u.i-: hcos1! on tli 25th OfSCtCfl1. -

'C4ILCl f t .i-'Fio-iii.- : .Ir.i'K-nn, ('..unty; and thc! Cour,: j Latirct Cases, :ind Nurse '!'tilut'- See. slrrin at.iHi atoi- the next Friday by > a. /u.Lrarr j The Contracts to be matTe hy this advertisement tier at our jt ieac Apa1a-a, a pui-.

;: \ ;,.'' ,. ': y ( )F-lt; :., '.:!::, .:) -NLC. I An avortmcnt) of DUIKD MEItHS from? the dlligjtor irtry ether Tuudiy at 1 p. m., ? ?j r- i sidinttly kli eoinmcr.ce on the first January iitxt, unit cut I-t, j, \ti,1}c sdc, t' the h'gut: bitlkr ;ir cash, the -

: f ] s h3kcr------:1nioi-r 'vliidi, are Lrniou H.iitn: Catnep, afltr tu arrival of tic mail Jniri J
2. 1 ), Mint, Sn;g;e: Sweet Majoruu; nt Tallahatttr! Ihe Sjlurlay by C p. J/i. The time for receiving bids expires on the 20ih! r.f t\wo aikt ( a roach Jeriey (l0.TiikItC
VTA L ]{ : Savory, N. I This will the October j MiiI, Crpcnter and Ba"ksmitli's!
:t I j 'riiyiue, Ccllery, xe. wiue commence operation on IK'xt. Decisions on bid-* will be i.iade known j sild tiie Tools, &r.

,2fTOThVEY au L.iiV..) J I LIME Juici: and i I .rto." SYRIT. 2d Monday in January, l.-ttl. I o217G. r the 31st day of the sine ninnili.W. Mer'al as! f f'-r joint the property of Sharrod and Wm.I
lul l ts I From Jacksonville; to Alligator, 75 milts and I j T. BAliRY Ptmisttr bcncni of the creditors of said firm.
;TE fii' i-It. I 1' Si'irKlS ufcvrrkuul( Cenerul. Cash be :
\ i F- : ::4 tIt -GemiiiMINDIV CTRRY. iuflc tu paid before the
iwRc r. : ur: f \ l,. .11' 1;, i'.rnt' ry. 1'cn- i ih r.nirit-i: | French, atul Prentis'.s Si aps anti Per I Leare, oiiciin Jacfaonrille two we !Ls.evenjo'hfr Monday/at G a m..irrirc IW Office Department, July JO, I*:} 1.'l\ I It l between thc usual hours. property W "B. Mr delivered.CALL,Sate -

'PP b P_ : 1 ri\'. ? Ir3. By tfiK Prtsident the UnilalC S'irvivi.ig
I Miller's celebrated of .S1u1e. parfncran-1 Rdta'rvof
Svrrr. 3Iayril !: al .-1hit! afor I he ncrt tInt by 4 ;. m. M'CalL i
-. i,. 1 .t U_, U'f) i n 6v Noy<** relebriteil! I INK atul IXK'POIVDJ.R- I Leave .'llligator tvfry other Friday/ ;al S a. m-, pursuance of law, I, Axm-.r.iv: JA KOV, Pr--i- __;July_ 2tf hl8':{ |1. [5Its] '

.F ; i: I lIEKJIOMLTlIR'*, IIvnOMLTKKs, &I c.E. I immediately ajli-r/ thc arrival of jnailfrom Talj !,- j declare of make tV! United known, ,>totes that j public ut .tSiriei sil-i.a-. ,\.t'o i'Ibu iioui lie l 1.1 y [ I WILL cr11 on Wednesday thc first day of ;-' .

'. o'-Nsr.n.ut: *.\TionvLv! AT I. tv,;) T D. PEPiKINS. j I lahassce-cirri KC al Jacksonville he iu't day b j \ at the following Land Omc.--. r' the Tt, ril.ry <.J 1'!-/- i I di-tva'-H, to,the!nt the highest late ie:>kfein-r of Sharrod McCall;
illahnssee} : July; Oih, IS.! j t; j biilJcr tor cas'i, the ti1IowinlecribtiI 4
1. f Hi: J Hi. I li.'n the
at !
ji. !
"' il1 (_ designate. for iLe salaof .
I? i: L i''< "" <': \ ;>; ras! ;-T i iu'i the u ii'rI1iC1IiIOfl'd j priirty l'cloiuin
If > "i 'I'CViTi"' : < '" L- ', < .i'i-i' n. :i.i.l J.i l K- NoTICE. -- 1 :c. u. l'htiRit' will ntmufnco operation on tucn '! (I limls, to wit : [ \iz-tlii' SniItwestq'iarrerofsccti.-ri to dereaseij estate,

.- F'.- .' i'l ridt S ZtL&h th :. Mjiivl.iy' in January, 1PV2177. At t thc Land OrfU'e at TU.I.AIIISSU- the fn-st l I 34towrnihip2, .
LI : i LV i. ; in f i1 n. i"i !1AI.T4 r an 3, N. z V.-1t No. 2, fractional
!' *i ".i a. lb-M 'v c HiiiTi >., .f (i n .* j knt L fl. at to: next County Court iicld ii i From Cluinry by ittaho.T-hee >lananm I, M'71LaI: in Itrn.ibtr next, 11.i the UIMMI:>.II uf tl.f [>:'!>- a II1l) I ratu t3, N. and V.-Lot Nc'. sec. town- I
I'iliiI''i; in September. -\t i V.MjI..JIrn.i.l 4 lie 1 lauds wuliiu the I, see.. 4, town-
n 1)ret1t ) Uill! Ilolnitb' 89d
t : ;! th.- .'--t- .f< i .M .u liia... :i't my nci OaKy to 'alley.. iindi-ni'eulioneJ tuv.itehipa and :; I rati 3, N. rutilV.Lot No.
L '/?> '. % .- < iii. ;--2 i-rs: i 'itt' i! counts nn l Vouchers, of the! est.itot'} HEZI.KIM? I nnlus and back, tniro j a week in two h<>r-o st agis-- I fractional tonahips, to v.-it : I rir. : :;, ardV.The ::3, see. tovtuJLIj3 -

: ( POXDKK: for settlement, with ind: c. nrt on the I Aspal.iga t to IP: supplied rejnlaily by a cross Po'i t(., I IS'oith of tie! b..- lii.e, iralVcst of the inKikliiu. Suiitis! r.t q'ttrtcr ol ". 3? Vest half of th -

JON J.JT1J.V1Y. day het apart for county pur-} twice .1 w-er-k fr.'in'n: dire: and Ochct ce, onea : Township I lof ragt) : 5. I j ai iiil MThe Last: Ii,:tif,.f the' .township S''irhei.t 3, range G, N.
I E.: G. PONDER wctk fr -la I 14 inile. and b irk. I T"P*. 1 'Mid 2, of rine3.. sccih.u n-nrter of
rston) Ii L.ItV,) ? 1 > s 32, towi4.p: 3, riu-c 6, N. -iu.lV. A vatn-
ANN PONDER t4xectItr Ltact' (> ni'tcy errry Jloiidiy and FnrJny at 11 Townships 1 :tii'i l -, of rtn.jc l>. [10, 11 1, 12, 1.1 & I 1 |! abLe nounou 1 I-.iots* iVt-ha
$ : n.ntairmig about 6)
Mllr.nryi I 1
ii VpjuLc'.fi-1 Twi
KY Day I drr'tve at Ilolmt f uvsi b 3p.m. t sl.ip 1 of in.rc: 1.1.Towninp tif eletir.
.T-> IQlli l"3 a. in. utf-y ilaifs >/ a cres ii Linol-23:
asa we i .r'v ni 1 ifn- l. [4ftd likely NEGitOE to
:.o ;.ttti :le C<"irbJi .it I 1 '
1 h. .
_ _ _ Leave HnfmeS 1'akCVfTy ll't dues-lay ofri'iiije ther wit Uu i1oiiv1i01i1 ar.d Eitcien! -
F, Bn.rt i Ui ,' -v :i i'l 5in t).: ; :.,hl fj-c ntlii| ii! irjuiaJ I TOV.-I. h-p I o"ranri-l3. 1't'riitnre, plantiiofl -
edica: I 'i.- C-iu.-i o' .. NOTICE.SSHLL cud Kiitiirkay al G a. m. 2rrirc at Qiriiicy ncrldsy t : t: ['uciis, 2 Carts, I \Jiifl, Cattle. IIos
: T,1lrtl
( Slietp
.p-: nt n Loft r- utl1r i- I I'ractifin: .il .
Ir > at tbc ext County Court lu ll in Tal I j. tow:thip 1, r..d: tov/nship. ofranjo 29.!: : i ui.s, Saaiul Gin Cntta
"-ill : by in. ,
> !]t. j l '\ ;. ) aUtidvd I p. 'Vl1iJpcr, arid L .
*> tn. I Townships 1 2 4 and .1
,-.. HV: in Sc-ptrmb ii-.xt .%iit : I be anil Saturday range tP.I nnm!>erf oilier :ariLU-s no mciuioiieil.: Ail
__nj ;. ;.<; fj ; | prps tny iry Aspal.ip.i; ; to supplied every Tuesday Township-; 2, .*;, 1 :;n l 5, ot !I. thesciit 'rc-
< utiNnn l Vonclusofthe) : r.uuje : crop, consisting of Corn I\xdcr!
I .Tiid Tuci Ia
pMate of Robert Cop-Istibnieiii (Hrlme: ie cc-cy 37. North of tliiK.sf line Rice, or si..ifii <>
larkfun ( wl'r".v I alx ns ><-w-ys: ''.J''c land for Fr 1'ciisacola TJrhre I iuul East meridian.. of ( lie abo\e! propeity as wu'l be sutHcicnt
I .. ; with sai.l court on thy day 17J. 11 by APiqua, Valley I Township) 2, Otr.i'.ie 1-;',. to sa .
V Nrc M
i .J > v, *Ai9 viy they firr fr v, but I Ii.c It i set apaii fur :. an'.l V.-\U!l ir.'hrosT, to Holmes Tally, 115 1 miles :iidbick I tisfy the > i hs: of said dri'ea ctl. Cash! to be paid i'e-
cuntg 1
: purport"; Townships and 2, of 1 1.
r. I- f T; rt li' Tdi r mire fore the
: : < lhc. \ Vv"lihaHJ is delivered.:
; .iH: yes piop rty
L Sale
t av.-'ckin horse The C bctwtea
twn' '
< two su
: es. m- tuitn t_
& -. J -ii J ..l.usii, au.J* Cinst! ; fr Cttisr-. I WM. I?. BONDER Adm'r.July and South of the base line, nn.i Last of rni ridian. t .i! 1oi: *' ., will continue, from .
j 1u14'7eict the road the day to day until
ctor : supjily ; ,
t loth isj ,] I j That part oftownfeliip! 1 11 situated Njtth ail West_
i xv Mi'J a.-i IV i"*tjf .* 1. 4k i f-iji-i closed by the othnmistrator.! 1J.
tr j arto vi y < _ ojrf! > hy a cio .-> ron'c. l'r.iposals 5 will hire. j jreived of tin. Suwannccriicr V.'M McC'ALL,
: of .
rai1e II.At
1'-s* .i1 t ; : .. C -- I M A iTsfl AI/ S TCL E.irf.icof for rarrvins the lil: :\ on this Route, in a sttam: I the July 2'Jth! 1S31. Adminibtrator.SVv'ILL .
J.i. same place, in continuation cr.rnnT.cin
orja .i'j ; L: Lt Ii, I-? : sri. li V \ Writ of Ti/.n Fici dclivu'etl I- I !boat I bctwpt n 1>< -.l irdl.! and Cfir Pi hi if, and! ihcii'*** j jto iif] third onof -
tome ])trciif'-ir
s Mu'iilay itt for tiic
i't h ---C:. i.cxt di.p >vtl
: : : .>jii (i A-ct !ibi! Ii also sell! before the closr r.f the
: i MohiK-a' Vail l.'i'J I ; I'liies and back.Ucln above sale
: : & I *.!udi cxpi'o .It p-ihhr. s.dc I li.ti-rc; tiic: I v in stages I the pnhiic lands within the limits of i\ie\ undcrmcittiom ,
:L: I1 :: : ft1 tlii ) I r V.%!l' .iii i Ta-t-r ,jor.r of the C-.iirt TILe in I ih<- Ciy I (if Tall.ihc: I y d lowr.ip! and fractional tow r. !iipa, to w it. Laud winch
*'ntt: itI; Aiiisi l. on 1 reside and valuable
I ii a
:' ; '. 1 L on the >.-*' 5-.Vurd iy ill S'-p'.i.i'i r r.r\t, all I the : !li t, I arc I't'inacola Ci'tr-f Sunritty and Wednesday, I South of thc base line, and \Vet of the Forbes* Purchase Improvement [
p ou
; jC o "ATS r : < r< i t. t- c.ii: foriro adjoining suii
%t-: ] ; ; r-m.Tt % 'ny cnst.s-nuJ uku llicm- title, rltitn! and iiitr't 4tt1d! < -' '' .- < f Pxili OTI>, I' at S a. in. .Irrif at IJolina I'u'ley: cctry Titcs- I towo'iip' 1, of ran
and ). LVA'LS; F. liRACKKli! (CctSJ.ifl, an-J) to tiie: f'lo\vin! d< i-.iUd: Truol) day and Friday by b' />. }}n. iv\iiships; 1, 2, .">, 4, 5, C, and 7, of r.tne 9. I hdt ot"tlui Saw and Grist Mills near Jesse McCallV:-the -

: ajUr Slx-n ;"ol ionrr.' l'! ,iida. LAND I to wit :--Thft !Krt-t h ;ilfof thc .i. Vv'
.n !:__ __"- S.- T '' r:*l"'tl 1.t i'lr : -uUiUy -. Seciio'i y, To vn-iun I Ilnnpo 1, S. itil 1 h.\ b,,) I flSla/ 0 a m. Jlrrivc at I'uwtcola! tccry Tues )i Townships 1, 2,3, 4, oC, 7,8,0, and lOuf ratire I II.Townships I a siu-xl! "toek of Cattle, Flogs, Goats, a Road belonging ;

v the' S. W. qiurt- oi'Scti in '.*, i'ovn.biis: | 1 Il.ii-irc: : 1 day and Friday by 4 p. in.iill'J. [ 1, 2, :5, 4, 5,6; 7, 8, and y, of range 1 12. i Jersey do.; a vahnble 1ii'rc., Blacksmith and Wagon, -

nto 4&i-i1. i'l.t- sj.x..n j. t i>--.: ii-:<\c jfajH-ctfui'y' l IS.I and K.: ;nid the W. half of ih'V.. qmritr I of1C j From U,';unry by Ro-ly Comfort$ and Fo nGaclsdcii Townships v, 2, 3, 4, 3, and C, of ratine 13. j tcr's Tools, PlantRtion; d-x, Household a ad Carpen-Kitcticti -

.1 iifn. ':'.it-nu; > aii') the public;' thnt 1'isii I Sect-oil 1>, THMs'ip: 1 ilau 1, S. ri'i-l land ii tn Ap.tchicr! >!.i, .SO pn.t-, anti !baS S\, I twice :i I T'lwnslups 1,2, 31, a ni I 3, of inn-e'l 1,. Furniture, kc. Casii to be paid be&ic thc .

lowto '- -iriKuii i'w Liiit Il'ei1e I'-jiut, H. half oft h" N. E quarter of St thou i i, in \v.iship I i \Vft-k. Proposals will be(: ic *eivfd for ririvjr.z thy Township Laud fractional townships! 2, 3, and 4, i is iJclieml. V>'y. B. McCALL.propert/

r w..1: :-r o;tc t i hy tir! .th (July, for tiic re 1 1 Ran e.J South :.:;d last, contaiin-ir 4no D7-100 j 3Iail I I between Apilachtcola: and ChatUhoucht'e on I 'ranSe laTov.ii.hip- July2gtuH3! <. [f51M]
H' i n'' r- ;'> -,1-ty. Ti.i Pait i is i'C:tu'if'uly' sit'I jacirs, moic or lets, .ind tie! i7iipro\cmcul-; tn-r--on! H, J hi-r'4itir. or in n strain boat.: 1, nmd fractional township 2, of I 1 G.

andthe i i .1.). v -1.1-1 ?x: jo ., oro:, <)*n th'-. c SIdI-t'. t I lc-itd on .1" the property lu-loTi in:: to th; said :stile and rl At the Land Office at ST. Acnr-.Ti.NE, one the N 0 T 1 C E. :

b .i r :: Pt4' .iitl ez' in :l ca hem I to satisfy thu said rxvrution in fnorof Fi:ttci and i art: Q'tincy erry mMondny! JI-T.'T Friday! I Ily sfoirf Monday in Decembtr next, for the tii- ,>oaai of fgriO all crrditors, heirs, or I.-zatecs, and persons cnfi .

a-c: ut-'i'p-K, : t U.. irfudtsr to tit. situaimn on the Flu-he THOrf. E. i\MV": ( T"T, .". I 11 a. rn. drrirr at .Ipalachicola! every I thc public lands within the hunts of the ii'idcr.s';li tilled to distnb-.Kion of she estate of SharrcnJ

ting bt"ttI rn ci-i-t' st.. thh. S I July IMtli. 1 1 tf| P.y .\. A. 1'ISHKU, 11. .'il. and Sunday by 5 p. in. I tionrd tow ns'.nps! and fratti.itial townships, U w it : McCall. late of GaJ. den county, deceased, that their

ies of-, "')s''::::'.; 1 : Vft"-).! 1i ec'n1.l Leave cipala'-hico'a! every! Friday! and Tite.dzyat North of the base line, and Eat of the meridian.Fractionit claims will be barred, if not presented to the administrator

__ '. i>y i iun: i- uuJiuwual claiubcrs, :uii! tic v hill NOTICE. I ; a. m. Arrive at Juincy every Sunday and' I townships 1, 2, 3, .1, and 5East, ( of St. within thc time preserved! by law

Oi ,' "alt I.--OtAi 4.LL: % i.uuiitsitn tser lie A1/ prisons having claims ajjainM the estate of Thursday by I p. m. I .Mary1.liter..) of range 23. \VM. F- McCALL, Administrator. '

plime rtp.: / vs AUMIVTEU>, of Gail0. i-Vom 'allah.issro by M i nolia, to St. Marl\ -i, Township* I, 2, 3,4, and fractional township 5, of Jul> 20th) 134. [3ltIl t]

i 11. -i:'. r X1'rctIrC, 3 l-rifln, wiiirjll runJ ] ceased, ;are rc'jneleil to present them duly aui 2"J miles an-1 b uk.: twice a w !;. I ranrre 21 The Florida Peninsula

in- .-,"' J b'JM: :y Jnn .rrJ. f:c c j.icct 1l3 ami ny-tc-s- i thcnli'Mtf' ) f J I to I tiic suhizci rihervithin! I lie time pr e- Leave .S7. Jlarkb every Thursday and Sunday al ) Townships 1 2, and 3, of range 25. and Jackson-

ion U* tit! ,.j t,,.. flru, jwj wiljl lhf. chllV; (Uld i scribed l by la\v: or thev will l bc forever barre 12 cVooH.Arrive. Township I of ranqe 26. rule Company.NOTICE .

ted l""!ivf l''.. lux,,-u-s a t114, ; rntintry will .t1.l.} I t I'jjosr iiukbtcii to tIw estate are also requested at Tallahassee fame Jays by 6 p. in. Fractional townships 1, 2, 3, find 4, of range 27. I is hereby given, that Hoots of Subscrip
titi.3? v ;. > ar,, fwi jf Sla.alj1,1.r.. ]Itt. ja, Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of ratine 23.
hot T* a wr.v-r.t, C.iWIfwcnl ,I'I.e. ( tO I maKe immedi'ite: ]wvmcnt.UAUKIrVr Leave Tallahassee! every Monday and Friday at Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, ofrt'ie: 29. now opened at the Treasurer's OiHcc n>
the\vill; the of Tail-ihassce. fir
City subscribers
tl :>"bc! lit ludui-ia: fr F. ARMISTEAD, Executrix: 7 a. in.Arrive. South of thc baac line, and East of the raerulian. : to the CapitalStock
l J y. kailins I excursion on 1 the ApitaaJti1v: 10ihlS31.} [ 19-StvI] I at St. Mark's suj-ic days by I p. in. That jail township 11, (Eustof Suwanneerivcr) of said CVnipany, nn-J will ccntnutc open t.i.-

cnt An .. 2131.I From Tallahassve! by Tiiscaw -lla, IiiIc:j's of 14.'f.tnships. sixty days agreeably to the provi>ions of the Charter
wiil iange
I 31Lo. D1'.i lj 2t tO tii, Poitit tX ttp'.ctl whirh fr"nthe M.tpa' NOTICE.: ?i ills, Mouticcllo, Dunkci's TI ill, and Gioovcrxillo tan 10, 11 and 12, of range I 3. of Ineorp ir.ition under the superintendence of the
by xvIi' clini Cortintsooirs.
rIe PPLIC VTIOX will he made te thc IIonoraMe I Auff. 1. 51tf
Thli and | j -
mih-s and back week
cime n Thoinasvillr, CO once a ; f Townships 10,, 11 1 and 12, of 1C.
'' } range
Vaf 1
> UVC a all& cpc1iti' of Jackson
Land the of thc Comt ;
; %c h..s Judije rounty additional t % tiip ('.ch week nctwtui Tallahassee and Townships 10., 1 11 1 12, and 13, of range 17. I NOTICE.
f vrtjarul stables, andarc I C.u'tr, .vhtn setting for or !lin.iry purp' <, for k:ucof r.i'.iiker's Hill be and
O.tli'r Mnntic.llo. to : piiul going,
aid -uj Townships 6, 7, and I 13, of I S. HE
''r'% d range Comity C'o'irt for Leon
( r T tl. ho ; 1 County will -
his : iso may OV-K: n -tll'thc I Real Estate of U. JNlAVs, lAteCotnty commence -
t tu :
; 'wvill b'- Uroo\f; mil'- returning.Tullahafi Townships 5, ((5;, 7, S, !t. and 13, of ran!::c I 0. its Session on the -
1.0 ui"i"V' wanting on thf ti ir:. iloTascd.11ENRY lolhSeptcnj-
* ? -II.T; tna.Jt f, tu! nifi nud aid I J. 1IOLMK3. Administrator. Lrare >ce every Friday at C a. m. Townships 1, 2, :3, 5, C 7, 8, and 13, of ra--gc 20. her next. Rrrnrn day 5tn Sept.-Jitrii-diitioi $lOOr.

/ '; a"Wl WlJ Ucj- Imu Will, thrir c"nipn y.SAMl'KL SARAh M. U. MAYS, A.!niiustr: *tiix.July .-1i-rie at Thoman-illc next day by 11 a. in.Thomasvillc Tow n hips 1 2, 3, 6, 7, nnd 3, of range 2?. July 26. (:.0tt'> D. McRAK.XY, Ci.-rk. .

d r : COSDY.: lOlh. 1 ;4. i 1i'ai'c erery Saturday at 1 p. m. That portion fIt township: 1 South of St. Mary'sriver | :

'. P t* M.. .- '-I 1 -'; I 14}- ..1 2 v ] *rrivc at Tallahassee ncrt (ltby G p. in. and townships 2, S, 4, 5, F, 7, ar>J 8, of ranje22.; : NOTICE.URING .. ::1
h- 1 1)MlNISuiATO1CS NOJ'ICE. Leave Tallahassee every Mprday al 9 a. m. That portion .' township 1 East of St. Mary ru ;;;, my absence, Co!. ROBERT GAMBLE of

THE RAOlTSvf A T the next January; term ol the CountyjLCourt Arrive at MontircUo,( same day by 5 p. m.Ltavc and townships 2, ", .1, 5, 6, 7, and 8, ofnm
for the County, of Gnd. len. I will P' es- Manticello Tueaday al 8 a. m. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, and 8, of range 2 *. fact.i JOHN G. GAMBLJ.
every Townships 1 2, 4, 5, G'i, 7, and d, of range 2j. July 26. ((9.v)
vouchers &C. the said Court for
to settlement [
cnl my : Arrive al Tallahassee! fame rlay by 5 j). in. Fractional town.-hip, 1, of ranee 29. .

Pie ; and thereupon, pray to be discharged: from i t4t :!. From ''t. Augustine by TamoK.-i, to KevSmyrna Each snlc will be kept ope n for two weeks, and the ISOTICK.HIE :.

'I, thc Administratoishij) of the estate uf THOMAS sS. 7. iiih-s and !hack, onem two WLI 1l'iave 1-. lands reserved by law for thc use of shojIs, or for Copartnership I heretofore existing between

KLan late of said county, deceased. St. Augustine every otlur Monday al 6 a.7/1. othf purposes, will be excluded from sale. Thomas IJallzell it Ocr White is dissolved by

BIS- JOSEPH McDIUDE. Arrive al *. \'eio Smyrna! the nest day by (JJJ. 11 t. Given under my hand, -it the City of Washington, mutual consent. T'. IiALTZELL,

-July--1 Oth,J 831.- "[-isjijTO { ) Leave AhSmyrna every other H'edncsday fat P this seventh day of July. A. D. 1834.ANDREW JACKSON.I Td1ata'ec: July lOlh, isat. OSCAR((5inf) WHITE.

G a. m. .
--e f THE PLTBLIC. Arritc at Si. Augustine: the next: day by (> p. i lx.. >U lii? President : NOTICE. 1DMLNISTitT1)It'S

e THE following Certificate from It. :\. Groyne, Esq.; I 248" From Charleston, 8. C, or from bf. ?vlirLV, ELIJAH HATWAIIP, StLE.Wi11 be sold '
to his Exrellonry jILan Lumpkin,, ( 'ummUsioncr of the CencralLand OfnVe. DOts =
. Indian Key to Key Wtsi f
Florida Territory, by once: public! auction, on Saturday sixteenth
1If day
Course will off Governor ot tiie State ot isior uic u ncfit -
a.r come 01 Ltq. t.ieuagia, 1UOU1:1A: r 10 N
Tuc.cLy a month.Leare. September next, ail the Personal Estate ol" Ax'T
2.iui: -
a.a. uct1ibcr IItAi aud cuniinue20 of iho&c alilicti-d with
tcI Charleston or St. Mark's on the 1st, and BY LAMBERT, deceased. .
I djy !it') ') tik iieit < of mine who h-ul fir I;4:'!! 1' oil Ihc I'tth of every! month, and arrive Conditions nf Sale.--All sums under Twenty Dollars .
a.y 2I \ fiilrancc. servant girl years destination with all des and .Ictiiiic Uovernor the cash-Twenty Dollars and
id ;tI l t-:34): (10. laboured under a Dyspiptic ami Lircr Affection, and al the poi-t of practicable Secretary oj Territory the first of upwards, c'cu'it tini
day January
e Florida.7"AEREA3 next.
$ : _' lc l"-a's-3, the of scvcr.ilphysici.ins patch. of .
4 in 5-SiU do.r whose life 1 had dispaircd of after "
: 1y : Sttt-%-aluc SI7JJniilc heal*- to relieve her, was suTes-ifuliv treated by \ NOT-! S. ', it appears by a verdict of a Jury tJ-Salc to commence at twelve o'clock, precisely

5U 2j1J0 / Doct. PETMih tf this place, (Millcd-cville) uhom I Those who propose f"r Mail Contracts: arc nppri- $ of Inquest of the county Jefferson, that one July 26. (3Uis( ) JOHN LAMBERT! AdmV.

.1 Th '( ptL1c-fr: ((.fr all agS- i 00 d. cotisidcr pre-eminently sh i led in these complaint I S zednulations by) the Postmaster General, of the following sti- WILLIAM FAIFOLD. of said County, stanch charged IX weeks after date, application will be made ; -
which fully bttfoith inthcpam >h- with the Murder of lMAr.Ti!i W. CRAWFORD, of sail! -
? ft cOnf1nt that murh s 9rnrt i may II. A. GltEENE. ai-c more J the Hon. Judge of the County Court of Jcfici>ocouitj
t! IIa JltI the promise of scvcial pcriould ; "Millcdircville. Geo. June, 1831. let advertisement : county, by shooting him on the 14th day of the present for Letters of Administration the
on estate o.
I tat1 trun tiLe dj'rita : 1st. Thc riuht to expedite thc Mails and alter thcthe month-And whereas it has a'so' been certifiedto
) i 9 ,. Jutify U| they! v> u'J' certainly attend our NOTICE. hours of their arrival ; with proper; allowance for me, that said William Satlbld has ikd from justice D. PARISH.

thin ours; this} *vmcr< pains W11 be spared to have debts due the late firm of Wivs ii VKKEHS, expense, at any time, ircSCrVCd by the Department.2d. :---Now, THEREFORE, in pursmnce of law, Ido: Mo-.tiee.lln, July 23il. 1-<34. ((50if)
1f a ; t"! Con''u''ltv'' ..... extensive proparationb ALL been placed in iny hands for collection ; Seven minutes are generally allowed for opening hereby offer a Rewaad of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS

're ith nikiiiz- l ar.IflilOdatc cry those ujjo may favour us and all persons indebted to the said firm, are requested the Mails! and more may be authorized. for his apprehension an.t I safe delivery in any" NOTICE.

IT It cipaty. to make payment by the 20th of August next, as ::51. Five Dollars will be the forfeit for every ten jail in the Middle Dictricl of Florida. 4T the next Seioii of the County Court of

ew aU Ilic Clul) ivill -ovcrncd; by the no further indulgence it ill! be pivcn. minutes delay to arrive m time, and the price uf a trip ( And 1 hereby enjoin all Magistrates and Peace E county, we shall apply to said Court for

1t Mrk( T u-v! A"'E',trie8 to be made to the July 20. (J0-3w) II. V. SNMLL, Att'y at Law.fMl'liii for a failure to connect-if not proved to be unavoidable I Officers to \igibnt in the apprehension of said fugitive a settlement of our accounts as AdniinistratoracuAdministratrix

-it Cettry, 'r'J "'c''"lc, !'. M' &r l'-c' day previous to I suTbscTibcr; ; ; will -elI Corn, warranted .jood to be absolutely'enforced.4lh. I and bringing him justice. of the estate of HENRY B. FITTS.l .
f I JL either fjr cash or on credit, with pood Mail carriers arc to be "free white persons." Given under my hand at Tallahassee, this 2 lib I
J. PITTMAN, I ettality Planters can be accommodated by obligatin" 5th. Proposals are to be stated I by the year ; though j day of July, JbS-1. :l ceased, at which time, we shall present our accounts
Iniann ,, ri ,. July, 2S31. I4S-' )% ) I themselves to pay out of their growing crop of payments arc made quarterly. I GEORGE K. WALKER. and vouchers to said Court lor settlement
) the mode of 0" Said Safibld is of red I LKMUEL BRUCE Admin
Z'F11, I Cih. Proposals must state transportation > a man completion, light rator.
f r6Weeks aud" <1mb* !s l'' (4'iIlCt nill l piihish tl-e above I cotton. barrels Northern- Flour for sale. whether! in a four horse or a two horse stage, or red 1 luir, bald on the top of the head, and about six ELIZA A. BIIUCK, Admir.j *ff.

r the rvva" Hits Ciub.uccouiu to the Secretary I July A few 20, ((50if) JOHN BLA.W: PKACIiY. othr.-\vis Whrc the advertisement docsiwt specify feet high. [50-GwJ] July, 5th 183S. [147-3&nl


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IZ: I should Senatorial\ branch settlements on the Su- testimony that the fcencral Government was lion .against South Carolina," and "
propose a : : to our entirely 'he t
overooke. ,
THE VOTERS OF FLORIDA. Legislature. If Congress should refuse upon the wannce, much retarded in consequence formed by the State authorities, and not by !the Bill -indeed I have always viewed ,1 v

FELLOW CITIZENS : score of expense, they could have no objection to of there having been no improvements on thatrj'cr people in mass, strictly limited, oxerci3ingonly trine in the light of an untiring courti to M .c&t
My name having again been presented a division of the present Council. The present and its harbour. This river is equal to any those powers clearly delegnted. which men :n Federal I power, holding out Ir o d!

to your consideration, as a Candidate for the office number of which is 27-then let 18 be elected in the Territorv-it harbour and entrance should shall not be construed to sceptre, while the people are l lulled elgod l l pars
of Dee ate in Congress from this Territory, :annually to the lower House, and nine every two be accurately 'surveyed, and the channel or bar others retained by the people of the States : awaken in chains-Yes like the US eet| baY1(

1 deem it important even at this early period, to years to the upper House or Senate, all apportioned deepened, if necessary. A established light-house there should this l be Hence, all laws or acts, of.tho General Gov- that lurked around Brutus' tent "t tT | geniu Po m 1 the'<
by Counties Districts the built and custom house ;
equally a
Submit to general views of the most important or upon the strict letter of those meet the t rights of the
you my I Federal basis. would at once bring this place into notice and eminent, contrary to States at Pkuf W | Va
the advancement matters connected of with that oflice, and This should have been done in the place of the neatly f facilitate the trade of the sclllements above. delegated powers, arc void, for nothing can bea place as Caesar did upon the 1 liberties R ad\ \ot

I deem it important our, too common, at the Territory.same time, to prc.sent arrangement-we gain nothing towards a The cotton, &c. that would of course find its way clearer principle of law and common sense, an unlimited monarchy on their ruj f!?*, w9
answer the and repeated calls that have wholesome system of laws and public regulations, down this river, could then be shipped 1 direct for than that every act of a delegated power contrary the rapid march of freedom, even :UN upo

been made upon many me, for an open avowal of my by an increase numbers to the Council so long as I the North, and home supplies returned. to the strict tenor of the commissionunder clmes. so nobly taken up i in this, a dotr| su]
political principles, in relation to the nature and there is but one Branch) except for the worse, :he ,. Congress has ever since the cession of the Flor which such power is exercised: is in nous I ly maintained by our warty- n htlH t ces'

tenor of the General and State Governments.In history of all ages' as well as our own experienceconspire idas, manifested( a great desire to perlect a great reality void in itself.It the revolution: In I lira why

doing this, fellow-citizens. I am actuated bya to prove the fallacy of but one branch national communication a cross the Peninsula in be contended by some, that these fear from the wealth nothing M will
in! but the absolute necessity two, around may
andto Legislation: order to avoid the dangerous passage cape
be useful
laudable desire
to \ to Country hay
my but
I act in accordance with the views and wishes of so as to act as checks upon each other : many of Florida, and to unite with more facility; : the tmll'of views lead to nullification, because: they recognize I every thing f'om Goner '
of old friends. To be a candidate for the powers now exercised by the governor shouldbe the Atlantic States, with those of the western ; I many of the principles on which theo I vcrnmcnt. let our motto be th \* our(
;, J office many, is only my exercising a constitutional privilc'dge( given to those two houses and to the people. a desire founded on the first law of nature! whichis 'I nullifiers rely t attempting I to establish their I macy of the States over a strictly' e f u pre". I wit

guaranteed: to the most humble citizen. Public I should also advocate the ejection of the Governor self interest There is not a llhc in Congress leading position, that a can uncercmo- General I G Ormcnt.. Let the we unie' \bi.

office in a free Republican Government like ours, by the people, provided Congress would whose, constituents arc not more or less interested niously render any act Congress a dead letter j power of the considered V,] oiloat
whilst their pay: his salary ; I mean not only to say I am in in this work, in a commercial as well as a de- Union that
and maintained
belongs to people ; they, by within its own limits, that she may j not by force t
favor: ef it but that I would it as a matter national of view the as wellas or martial}
wise regulations continue at stated times, to invite press point : government cidu be Not soconcurringas but by equal rights, benefits I iW insi
d a free and open canvassfr t the same, no one's of good policy and of right,_without regard to any the good people of Florida, have been entertained to unconstitutional views and butt hens, an' do
their mutual interests
a rights are infringed upon by rival candidates, since one that might fill that office at the time. this ten years with I the hope of a ship channel I do,with that parly in many of of our country tth be

"! all arc equal in this respect, to rely upon correct A new Judicial District, to include Franklin, or a thorough cut .across this peninsula, which of State rights and State remediespartakingwith i country, th'Mi we wil not See our" .oe sib(
principles, merit: and capacity, for 1 public confidence Jackson, and Gadsdcn Counties, should be established. to a practical man acquainted with the sea coast them to the fullest extent in the fear the thronged with: otKce hunters, trafficking: [ C
office, and honour. The great commercial interest that has on the gulf side, so subject to the encroachment of General Government may usurp an authority places and influence-but we will r, r
I It is natural in any canvass, for objections to and must still continue to centre at Appalachicola, the mangrove: and coral 1 rock, and the sudden changes hostile to those rights and dangerous to Republican principles of Jefferson see the' true, tho

Arise to candidates, and whilst from past experience requiring at all times the exercise of maritime of sand) bars caused by high! winds at great the liberties of the people ; I nevertheless am fused in the government, in the a"ofV1'* pct
; I cannot reasonably expect to escapd in the jurisdiction at that place, renders it necessary dbtances: (from the 1IIld], is extremely visionary different place on
entertain views -
to entirely alarming whose
I present, I must beg lea: vein the outset, to refer to ; besides) this, the number of) places now indeed : cut of this sort i is u tie rally impracticable profession it seem I pp:;
the wurce from which it i is obvious to many of required by law for. the Judges} of the Middle and and could not be fully effected} l by thc wealth as to the mode and manner of redress proposed to be, not to make pllO. but to obscure the'

you, acquainted with the history ol our Territory, \Vestern district: to hold! Courts; at, i.s so great of Croisus united with the power of by them. affairs of a state, profit by such obacurit docor

m thatwill arise: > that it would be almost impossible for either to The last Legislative Council, in my opinion, To say, however, that a State shal continue These, fellow-citizens, are my views :'
T/hc/ interest of a certain party: or class:; of men, hold a Court at that place. struck in part upon the only practicable plan by to groan under the oppression an unau political opinions up.'n i State i a to
I, In this Territory, has ever been, since the or MauiI I should be in favor of ouq going into a State which this all important l'.mlUlcatiol can be effected : thorised act of her own airent, or that she dies- nullitieaion and lights and roman, wit
I nation of our local.) Government, to resist all chances Government, provided the people should be wil- : A rail road: to commence at or near Jacksonville i shall be forced out of the Union by this agent, upon it is consolidation pre
they arc wrong, not f because tt'l
that would hazard a diminution of their influence ling to pay the expense incident to its operation*. and pass directly through the Territoryto : because she seeks restitution ol her violated I t wUH. they ne'
f I emoluments, and consequence alternately To throw oil FClleral influence and a state of vassalage I'ensacola, would! n I 1 OIle meet their: views upon a tl) bo so, it is because I believe. from a through for
, dividing;anti uniting among themselves\ in opposilion : and take our stand in the Union as a free this important 1 national object ; a railroad) only 'II sovereign rights, thereby compelled to give conviction, that they are tin only cit
j i : to any: on t4 who presumes to come forward, and sovereign State, should be a subject of primary 'art of the way, scenic tl me would be.of but little I up to her co-States her equal moi ty of the republican principles, upon which the |hberiE,
1 aga'nut what they have long since deemed to be consideration with us, and should claim our importance, when compared to one on the [Federal wealth and conventional liberty, for of our country can bo manKimod. ting
j their settled riglft=namely: all office and public untiring exertions. With a view to this;, I would I \vh--le mute, as the communication in that event which she has p.-iid: her full ratio without some I endeavoiired; to redeem pledge I hart
I "benefits: t: ol Florida. In their multifarious; move7nents propose a subject of revenue for the Territory or would be imperfi-ct, and subjw't to interruptionscaused equivalent, would be to affirm a species of injustice I set to bf- brief my in theo U prl
to sustain this interest, many: evils have resulted State, which: ), if properly managed, would in a by too long water carriage. Besides the i unknown to all law, principle and rea plain, ant candid.: Willhonourable m* pescl
to the Territory and l p.-.iple, which I have great: degree remove the 1 fears of"Ilca'y taxation. many' indne.emcnlsheretofon: mentioned, for Congress Hence I opponent= ('C equally I : so? 1
the arises \ is
been compt-lled in self-defence, upon several occasions It would be to obtain t from Congress the power at once to make: an appropriation for the pn I question ; ; a Relative to our Territorial i ; Iohitit:3, I haiE th
to complain of!" and expose consequently to I license fisheries upon the coast; of Florida. Tlt: tire completion of this road, the millions of cubic State to do, when she is thus oppressed by an i j but a word to say.' I i.-> to be regretted that jam
have come in t for a full share of their bitter detractions time allowed by the treaty for Spanish subjects to feet of live oak that would stand iinmcniately in uiiconstilution t tariff, or other acts of tin: | too great a disposition: has; hen bhownam Is
and abuse. It is true, I did not come to fish; ) on this coast: expiret! some two years ago ; II+Ie \'icinilor' this mad, that would find its way General Government ? You deny her the ; us heretofore, to go for and "
the Territory under the patronage: : ol any illus-\ I they still, however continue to enjoy this! valuable! t I by surh'a communication direct to thcirnavv I yards;, ri iht to resist an unauthorised act within: her !j .--- Our Territory it iits len t been not rue'ures. Sat tic
trioin name, or with a commission in my packet: resource of the Territory, without contributmir I that: otherwise must n'mail in the !forest: or fall: in violated sovereign limits ;-you say that she i: II truly tie
h nor was, or is my residence purchased by one. 1 I :illthill'; towards; tin nvuiitena: nee of its laws.These ruin to the axe, would l of itself in a l few years cannot withdraw from the Union; without loosing ) a neighboring :state, has: ben clbroiICt! ch
1821 with view of fisheries: are already established: : avery to enough to the i the mo-t bitter i political discord sh
+, came to the Territory in supporting I : : upon amount :a sum nearly complete her i and f-
t my family: \ by an honest avocation, and to extensive: scale, and it i h presumable that whole work. Government has also shown someyeais equal share of the benefits of r what o'J-jctl th-j hope of getting Olhces, a cis
.partake of those advantages in common with my I they will not be occupied by our own citizens:, who>> ago, a great interest relative to the precrvation :; -anuvnid that she cught not to suffer: her-elf ; the t fear of !lon-in? limn, with ;a disposition) i
; ; iellow-citizens, that by right are the reward of under such regulations (should. they embark inj and procurement r of this i valuable: timber. : be tyrannised over by her own agent. Tht:1 i! kuep thorn nil in the ; family, ,1ad t dip
c :iUIH : ,
4 merit and correct principles. I have never opposed t j 1 that: business;) ought to be cxchnpt from tax.- Would nut this plan of ireitin r itl be much: ]better I what is she to do ? In the language of 31 r. Jet I large sums of Ihl I

:' I those gentlemen of higher ml vantage.and! i j! From my personal knowledge of the>'e fisheries: than the planting of the live oak :1:0: !:, in plantation t fcr.-'on, Mr. 1Iacison t and many others;, l in their trim, with government now ; money then fn>
I hereby perhaps, higher claims, only to resist: palpable : I': and iniormation derived; from correct sources, I am i or paying from fifty to sixty thousand:. dollars I! "rs of the Republican party of OS and '9:), j I themselves about a'c a euarr,;
t 1 I public injuries, in which I am conscious of j warranted in the assertion:; that a revenue) might every: four or five years, for walchii'g It'';; puny in :1 j I among :, who htT be t tj th' lit
of freedom
'i ri. having: times presented to them an open front! +i be produced to the Territory to the amount often i grout'1 upon: tlc 1'I1C'1 sea coast It is we!| triumphant the great cause j ,-reat man, or poekol the IJ :t cash arch; si;
\i. undisguised: \ by artifice, or backed by patronage, i j or fifteen tltoll"jl\tllllllars: per annum. 1\0\1 to tho-x- acquainted with this"alllaUe timber the old Federal and Consolidating j reality tin um total of our Florida politic dt
I office and public money. vantage--, I readily accorded The School) land, 1 iMlow-ciliKens, i is a subject of that it is much superior both insi/e and firmness I. doctrines: of that day :-" That in case of a i about which so much has been said! hv6iata} bi

I 1 to li.em; and which they enjoy in ara eminent I meat importance to the present populaliuIox theTerritory I in the rich hamni'icks through which thl- road I deliberate, palpable, and d.injjerons exercise \ by Mile politicians. Is it not then limp, fir of
(lcn '. It i is, therefore from this source or I and which: has hecl mich neglected.! wauld! pass, than ii it ever cal be on the sand banks 101 other po\\ers not granted bj the samecompact I j mood people of .Iflrha! wh! > hsvo thus rhe' ui
'nucleus" that I have: still to expect to receive li)must be recollccleu that two townsjiips! ; of land 1 and palmeto: Hats the st-a. Congress mi arty 1 anti I.
''t my opposition\ from which I shall not :shrink, but j by a general: law of Congress rcscrvr-i to :;1 II also have live oak plantation- on thi-s road upon 'i parties ( injured, to cat off such I pofitc. : : in
have tho and in bound i interpose S
I : right are duty to all
: with their
invite of into and orie :" bt'-ides the sixteenth sections, their land of j eOI n tClJtlcie- forthfuture :
by the way scrutiny, my private i new rcr ( Ol'l much better quality titan their I roc i
and I for tip Sole of the children! i I for resting the progress of the evil, I I for measurebased, I tit,
public: character: conduct course.It j purpose educating of present location.: This road in: the sphere of its a ; go upon policy re
is not my purpose, however, fellow-citizens. < the first settler., as a l -novoent! compensation fir, intliiLiiee will double.! the value of :l prrrductiveiedii I and foi' maintaining, within their respective ; quiring men seeking u! : public-conliiencp. (td rem hi
II to thyel1] upon topics of this sort, or to resolve indiscriminately j the privations nnd diifiiCulties; they have t to cti'j "trv, and quadruple! the value real estate l limit;, the authority, rights, and liberties:appertaining upon merit and correct pii' ipes! flu honour CI(
the conduct of any set or party of counter in settling a wildtrfso. IJy our present and add incalculably to the conveniences businessand to them: I ali} office.I Cf
1 men into improper) motives, 'but admit that: due al- I policy, tho f lands will remain until the sons of the comforts of lit;;*. Until this Cftlu'llieatiol 'I 'I
B this understand, i- meant t, that t state t Of I rolition-3: I between Col. tl
.. ) a I Whitean'lmyself t
lo; should be made for the crror of f I pioneers; :are supplanted by those of the wealthy houd! be made, those appropriations made tot' t tiC -
I the mind, so often led astray by hope, reward\ and j .V:t9&, to be educated by the proceeds of these clearing out rivers, which from their nature cannot 1 i! has the right first to tl inlerpmc," bv throwing : srlf j'lsfiftVatiim! ( require. ? rat f, V.rr
jealousy, and, will, therefore, proceed l to other mat : land*, thus subverting t!.!. benevolence: of Congress he of any .mc U> our planting and commercial: I j herself nn her rij.:om'd. rights in a Convon- I sif, >:ik After the d-jl:" gates election of 1S2? rrfr

ter1- at! I interest: and concern.Tcllovvcitizens II" and del.wing the rightful owners of' 'intcrtss' ,(lgllt to }be applied! towards making prr.manenl 1 I f lion, and then declare in her sovereign mater, t+ in ;vFilch I was an Inue,sfiil candidate 1 :

we occupy a Territory pccu- their just rights, to the atnuutof 2MO.OOO dollars.'I bridges and a road trl Pensae"l to Tallahassee that said law (act ian: assumption of pn'.;er, fxind myself!placed r.l', unpl-asant: controversy frt
ll-u: Jii topography, climate, and production of soil, I These lands should he brought into mal kd, and I and Augustine. The people arc much not warranted by the Constitution. In the r with the executive of tins TerritoryTrowing I
fiti.ii: anyother portions( of the Union, besides 'his the proceeds placed in some permanent IUllltlH' more infcrc tpIII this a lond: than: they' are in the second place, to make this decision known toi out of to a series, o
if iVms: the utmost verge of our Southern limit, : the education ol'our children-let those \I"! come surveying of thorouirh cuts, or clearing out ricl'sIbt I my h
i her States, demanding their interleren levelled
co- ;
i abuses tin
";;1h a seacoast; upwards( of a 1000 miles length., after l to reap a golden harvest from our cleared! will never be navigated, such as some in Middle o public directly at ryhu
iti.J!"-tited with ship-harbors and inlets, immedijitaty :> Gelds, educate their own children.! This subject Florida.A I and decision : Who are also: "in cztf/Jlll.! I .and interest t of the people, by a partyvci tl

4 : in the vicinity of those great maritime o.)- ; was brought. to the notice xif Congress during the road: from Alachua: or to I by the nature of the compact, to firmer/ 1 rose known. I found too : di-yoMtion, or rather a t t:

1 r i iriations, between the: North,, the S.utwJ/ that I time 1 was in the Co'incil by a resolution, butT has Cape Florida, was Iilsl"I:1frl by me county some I t/ci. sovereign aitlhorify for
I intensive t fertile Western: valley, watered< I I I \ : ; and its tributaries ; in short, it'i.; the f.tvour; reducing the price of publ'u! : IIiidIii15d : I. the coast 'from St. larks to the cape: I became !! i ) within' their respective limits, the authority, peeple to elect a delegate favorable to their: t.

f\\j. J.ey-sloneid thc States;, the haven of their e.omiiHiVO this mlljec>.also presented to Congress convinced of the utility and practicability of this; i f rights, and }liberties! appertaining to them" in a i cause, which from my early acquaintance( : C
I and in their national: defence the by a memorial drawn by myself, I ,
rampart : road, and a flake Macaco and its' c
llj I
survey suopost [ I General Convention othe which with the of both the
I SlateI, leading men old) partie4:
:1 .Hll't foreign invasion upon the gulf sra-hoard.; : well as tit dividing the sections into-ixtecuths: ( l connl'c.tiol with. the St. John's river with a d
With a view to those advantages\ ; the General I i the latter ; g-jne into l useful operation, hut the: I view to a boat corir.nunicatinn: bctttcen.lackconvilie 1"t co-States: thus called upon. cannot refuse alwluuited in common interest hilt diriJulu(

C; ivernment purchased the Floridas, at the enor-,j, former remains union( upon. I still maintain, that and the Cape, \, at once |, without themeslves violating their solemn (icioiil wel knew milt: be effected by pro t t.I
in nis I sum of 5,000,000of Dollars, with this view- | f'ol the fact that the public lands in Florida difii-r throw open a tract: of country'llc:1'olld emigration, more { compact: in their sovereign characters, which per manegt n Brit! in this, choice of a delegate t;

it i i-1, 'mt! has ever been, the wise policy, of Confr materially in their relative quality a 11 \llul'.a"d extensive than nil the balance! of Territory, |I all the State: are mutually plCtlic to each ; from either) side. I did not believe then that :
" 's*, to promote the prosperity of the Territory, j from the importance it would. be to the Western j wiih a climate suitable: : to alt! the. tropical tlc prodnc- i II I ntlicr to maintain, upon the I third candidate opposed to this eommoa interest n
t baiiding: all Ie'cesS'irytwtrfiatioI1: / :!:"l surveying : and many of the Southern States, to have them) i I lions now. articles of and : : immutabe
;' importation necessity! in justice. That in this Convention, each however much }Ilitriumph might hive e
j her o lasts, harbors, and inlets, roads: and canai : densely anoint, with : view to the security ol : our !home market. I is I
[ in t
I routes, and removing obstructions' : in the ..irarzerecting | those States: in tune of war, that' Congress when, equal voting, without regard to the number contributed to the interest of the Territory
1 h ht.Jouses! buoys, aud beacons! build j fully apprised I of all the: lads; would ut once pass. : Upon the subject of general politics, I shal i of her citizens or Federal enumeration. I could he elertcd. I therefore upon receiving ,

ing arsenals.: : oj>cniiig nnd repairing: roadi: ,( ItcI .-- J' a special law 1 for< a reduction in the price of the i I endeavour to bo brief, plain, and ean ,I But those who contend for Nullification by-} ;a public pledge from Col. White, that ifelectcd Ii

I Improvements as absolutely Ill'CeSSl"to every j pine lands: ; for my part, I should strenuously urge j have ever held, that the Government !la, State flying at once to resistance, without :I i he would take a.decided stand with me in this 1 It 1.f

j State in the Union) as it was to purchase the! I it, without any regard to the interest of Kind sjieI i so called, was t formed or con.-titutcd by the (:i! first calling on her co-States in this II 1I I controversy declined the solicitations' of maul} .

i country from Spain. Then would it not be ridiculous I I culators, who might he. injured, h.V throwing a I i( people of the States acting as free, sovereign, I II j I say, that those States will not obey way this wil, I of my friends to continue a candidate: To ..
} :.. presumption to say, that congress with noJNational i large quantity of luiul into rnaikct at a reduced independent and communities delegating I c
separate : and if do check those abuses and their reoccur-
: they they vote down and
I us j prevent
Debt, and an overflowing i Treasury! | price.! I wil : ,
and Constitution t
by a compact to thi. the evil, therefore, still exist. This is once, was with me to olfice. NJ .
iVonld{ refuse or even neglect improvement: ; of this j I am opposed to the policy of favouritism: pursued General :I a i paramount }
Government certain therein !
tort? Yes it would! be. as idle to presume that by Congress iu! relation to tlelr public doj I specified supposition without any lesson of practice, alternative was therefore left, but that I3hou1
!I Congress would abandon: their revenue c cutters j wail: particularly in Florida, gives to the pout rs, for the general good and safety of all, and thcrefoie, should he discarded. It is I support Col. Ws; election. which I did do fot 1i f

I withdraw: their armed vessels; :from their respective i ofe-"llkrI1 the public lands in the Territory, I reserving to themselves respectively all others.'t'hat hardly to be snppoec, that any State would! I:I the. .above reasons, with a zeal ;anJ frankness, I
\ stations( and refuse or neglect to arm and I !! ,:uJkin man has to toil day and night, these: delegated powers must be construed perpetuate: discovered faults of its own to him, and I believe with liberality and fairness 1 I

equip their soldiery' in time of war, as to suppose ;: to get a little home upon pine land to support his I strictly, whilst those icscrvcd: liberally : agent, pointed out by one of themselves, and j to the opponents, which I .should rtf
I I those indispensable national would numerous l family who at last bears the burthen of
: : objects not i there is no general 01 common
umpire doubt continued have done had not ,
become itself to
I and thereby a 51'\0 to its own folly |I r bJ
at all times meet their concurrence when government, fights its battles in time of dan :
1 1i presented for
or in the
Judge provided constitution that
t" I to them II ger. Il can hehown by documentary evidence, decide in I and neglect ; should! I however, a crisis; of this i j his own course of conduct placed me in cp
I But, fellow-citizen, is a suggestion of those; that there has been more money actually paid by can controverted cases between the I I sort over arise in our tmC; I do nut now hesitate I; position. Col. White was himself: the cause
\ improvements to Congress all the duties of your I I. Congress for services connected with the: settlement sovereign action of the State and the General ,l to say, that I will be found upon the side our present opposition, not I'whether; \ from just

Delegate? Large 3pp )pri:1.tionsolll1ol1cy, I know", !, disposal, Stc. of the lands in Florida, than Governments ; that right remains inherent of the States against Federal encroachments, or unjust motives time atone trust determine.

have high! sound.s.and:; it is a gflod theme t for electioneering all the public lands heretofore sold in the Territory the States, themselves to fxcrcis at plea in any resort that would seem most likely to Col. White says, however, in his circular,
to f.ay nothing about the siimulous amounted to : And what great good has it sure, so long as they remain parties to the incoming
restore that
affords at the ballot l Iujxes to those J favorites who produced ? Why it has made: a 1 few IH.1 rich, compact. constitutiotw. liberty, and perpetuatethe I that it may be proper to remark,
linger it. ., great, and influential, and thereby: arc entitled to The General Government U lon. to the conclusion, (being a candidate)
r or my part: I consider them not paramount I the "colsiderto1 / ('' of t the people. resulted from the having and thcrefH'e, I Whilst upon this subject it would bo perhaps I violate no pledge given to guy man, and I
to many:: other duties heretofore overlooked. The But 'ho expenses at an end ? No.'c compact proper for me to further remark, that the deny that any man has: a right to claim any such
bad: state of our laws :nil pu Hairs: have: been j are told that the various questions and tidies connected I of sovrcign communities, acting each for itself Constitution has evidently omitted to point out expressed or applied. Neither of the gen

subjects universal: complaint and mi-.chief, yet with the Florida lands, are only in a liiir; but jointly in the formation, must be con- any clear undisputed mode, by which a State tlcmcn who have presented thcmsclves.or have:
the proper c.rcctittIces not been applied. This way to be closed. The claimants under Spanish I sidcred in the character of an agent, with can seek a speedy and a full restitution of hci been presented as candidates for the statwUthas
clue* not exist,111 consequence of a want of i intel\ I'' titles, who slvould have: been put to no trouble j: general superintending powers strictly limited, violated I so'
sovereign rights. Since the above claims me or friends, fa
f 9 hence and virtue in the I people! !nor because: : our or expense by our government in the settlement and subject at all times to the will and abso- mode any upon my -
Council I considered by some doubtful as I know. So far as this allusion mayapply
is ,
too sin ill or too large in number-; ; and of their just claims: by this course of ; communities for :
i it wodd: be a heresy: Jo f't.tllat: it was C:1tt.clIIScnmbllatlon : policy have paid more to get their titles reeogni'.ed ; 1 deny this, would be to assert that the; to and by al tedious, tint a necessity of supplying (I I trt my other opponents, it is their province
::: of interests! organised: to :jjovernand than the laud iu Clltr\crsY in many instances is : agent : omission by an amendment, and a to speak, of myself; I \'il remark, that I nc
+i control Territory! by ctLJI1111/ caprice:; for the i., ac.lually worth. Our delegate! heretocomaIibainetl I greater than his principal-the servant, his plain rule of construction to the Constitution, I' ver wished nor would receive pcrontIy,

p -aggrandisement of a" 1 few-Then to what cause is fore1: .in Congress of this policy, as a master-and) man, his maker. is apparent to me ; and that the good seine of pledges of this sort from any .one. Pledges .
+i ,t attributable! ? I will endeavour in part to ex- denial of public justice; he aUo succeeded in inducing The 2d Art. of the compact is in the follow the people of the States will no doubt secure I to oilice where. the suffrages of friends or for- j

plain. that body sonic years ago to aboli-h the oilice ing words. State retaiLs its sovereignty, to themselves, and to their the to be transferred, are o.b-
posterity, rater arc
This 1 bad: and) unwholesome! state of our laws of (law agent of tlfu> Territory, upon the grounds freedom and stippoiters! vita
and local independence ; and every power, means and the mode intelligible to body, noxious to me, and in opinion at war
government, generally, is call?etllJ\' the that t theme were no duties to be performed under every : my
1 defective slate of our organic laws, or in other that office, other than to retard the settlement of jurisdiction, and right, which is not by this of adjusting those differences, which will natu- all correct principles.

I ivnnls, our Tenitorial; 1 Constitution : This Con- the land claims! : yet, strange as it may appear! I confederation expressly delegated to the United and frequently grow out of conflictingclaims I distinctly state however, that Cut Whitedid
stitution, permitted to use the term, was we now see under other :auspices, the sum oft t States, in Congress assembled." From of authority, between the States and upon the'! eve of the last: election, distltldllY
formed at t :1< very early: period, when Florida: \viscomposed : ; !JS7f appropriated! last winter, to pay this selfsame : this, it is clear, that the States were sovereignwhen General Government. So in future times, state that he would a candidate after

} \t;'small provinces, or military: pouts, just law agent amt assistant counsel, for services they constituted the General Government when a State may find herself compelled to that time ; that his friends in this quarter electionecrcd -
emerged from the monarchy of Spain, upon a basis: thus f'ndered. without thcjiuthorily of lawor the : and as there is, no evidence in the resist encroachments of Federal she that: ground: with the express I
that gave Federal officers the rule: and influence, actual exita: lice of such an oilice, :and against the Constitution that surrendered power, upon Icl.
they ever it to may do so in a manner more in accordancewith understanding of I hat believing as
Without regard: to the present intelligent pupula- express disapprobation: of Congress hCf.tuturc ex- flCt.
tfcn) and advanced stare of the country towards pivssed al his instance-and; this too, without any the General Government, we must of course our orderly habits, and the perpetuity of While himsslf, did, that t promote his

self government, which has been permitted to remain objections on the part of tlc Territory, so f far as consider that they still retain their sovereignty, our institutions than any mode that will election ; this much I state upon my responsibility
: without any material alteration to the present we know. fcc om, and independence ; and every power admit of doubt or delay, and which too often and willl! l prove if denied. Ivi-I'10/

day. In relation to Internal Improvements generally, jurisdiction, and right, which is not expressly will lead to an appeal to the bayonet. No speak private correspondence, and the various

My object, therefore, would he, if elected] to ad for the Territory, should 1 of("'.11 c advocate them delegated: The lOtfh Art. of the amendment citizen should be ignorant of the course or the conversations which I have hid with Col*

voca lea general vision of these laws, upon) a 1 tyi:lsis without any regard Jo sectional feelings f or prejudices of the Constitution declares, that "the tribunal by which a State could at once seek White on the subject of his running and rc-

woulJ gin'tot llc people, asnearas practible.the ; and while I admire the liberality of Congress powers not delegated to tho United States by a certain and speedy restitution of any of her clining, it is enough to say that I approved
entire control of their own i public affairs ; a policy, on this subject, I must say that many: of the the Constitution, nor prohibited to the States, violated sovereignty. of his determination after the last cletion to decline

heretofore pursued towards other Territories, arid appropriations heretofore have been partial, and are reserved to the States or to From the above remarks it that I and his in some other
is clear
respectively practice
which is RO important in the proximity of any to applied to useless objects. This may have been profession bag
a State Government, in order that; its citizens caused by incorrect surveys, reports and esti the people": The 9th ( same man- am opposed to the doctrine of Consolidation as quarter of the Union, which he is, and
shall become more intimate with the forms of matesor hum some other causes, but so it is large tains that the "Enumeration in the Consttution understood by the Alien and Sedition laws" been doing for the }last six years, for the obvious -

State Government, and those leading political sums of money have been expended to no benefit of certain rights, shall not be -the Protective Taritf system"-Internal reasons expressed by himself that he

principles best suited to the, formation of its constitution whatever, save the interest of those disbursing it, to deny 01 disparage others retained by the Improvements in a State for local oLjeets.tbe ."- could not wel expect his friends to sustai

LI and future prosperity \and }happiness* whilst improvements of vast importance have been people." Those clauses furnish conclusive j United States Bank" -the Proclama him unless resided perscramong. !! theDr0

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White bad< every reason to bc1ievo, favouni. might tako out-'n application for I -- .. .
v not formed this determination, whole county district, and thereby make the a I ------ with him from Louisville, and'died shoitly after .ILt: : -- 0 k.- _., -.

ta Jcomc and resided inthe Tcirilory, and citizens pay him any price that he might choose FLORIDIAN : he reached Freedom. And ea Wednesday LEO CotTNTTCoCRTSEPT rBt .TeRM, 183$.

3dI hs : correct course, that be would still toed .ask, when in fact, he did not own one foot I last Capt. Knowles of the steam boat GEORGE -LEWIS- 1vs.

had Y warm suPPert : be well kncw on oj it nor had paid the first cent in its purchase. I _r A L WAQ; B9 I Eclipse, was attacked, and m five hours was a BARNWELT.. )> In assnmptst.EDWARD .
pre that so soon as he declined, itt dicrhand d not do this run
tois on my own personal corpse. The boat had bees ashore near ACUMEN 1 has issued the
account, nb1.vecne for
ctpcrted bv many of our friends, "that I I nor was it to gain popular favonr ; the land -- - _.9. II I I II the mouth of the Beaver, and medical pssistanco A $67 00. The defendant and all oihe persons

et ica c3n didate. Now, if Col. White was for a worthy friend, and now A I obtained from this borough, but all in interested, are required to appear anJ plead to thc
a distin correspondent states the books
ould, but found of subscrip declaration filed in the above case according to law.
id in declining, uished citizen I vain thc the reach of human
ef -
!flv sincere Ilorida-at that time I had tion to the Stock of the Florida Peninsula and case was beyond I HAMLIN V. SXELL,
c I I1S hs'arrival at Washington last winter, never asked or held office in the Jacksonville : aid.We I 1S34. .
: Territory. I Railway Company have been II II I Any 7lh. 15' fJtt'v} fl'f PI'f-
affairs that made it opened
his ,
to 3P' in nc- conceived it
*change a duty I owed to my country, to at Monticello, and that upwards of one hundred : I CO-V. LU./1BLE TOIV.V I..0 1' FOR iLE. I
tl ** him alter his determination ard uff the have been looking out for some days
( such a rule would prot thousand dollars were subscribed. I THE subscriber offers for &A\e\ -m reasonable I
3* c ? lde refuse a frank correspondence duce to my fellow-citizens. From this I past for news of bloodshed between the Mormons a terms, his improved Lot in the Town I

oft : Y slnch I sought, and which might I well date the whole opposition to me from may We tre requested by Mr. E. Blackburue and their opponents in Jackson county, : : of Cluincy. It is handsomely si'uainl on
Ih a to the South andest of the
tes. lYto amicable arntngemcnts with certain I Missouri. Thc subjoined is thc first reportof corner Public! j
I son.c i quarter to the present time. tate, that circumstances render it impossible to I I Square-has a comfortable Dwelling, with other necessary .
r.3\'C < ad not scck or hold consultations' In 1827, I was elected to the council, where I comply with the request made sometime since it, and being through a private channel, may I II houses, and a well arranged Storehouse, oc- ,
) urfnf mcf opponents upon that subject, I served three successive years in that station our columns, to become I not bc very accurate. We shall hear more ful- .i cUPIPti1 present l Itv Messrs. Lanicr.. Norwood.

aitb have led to his new determination ,' I was neither idle ; a candidate to represent I I ly, no doubt, either to-day or to-morrow : !! Also! the Quiney Race Track, which is generally
ll1"h 'I nor wanting my untirin Jefferson county in thc next Legislative! Council. ,' Yal. Intel considered one of thc best Turfs at the South.
mllinIT ? if he held [
'dId a candidate Again, exertions to bring the public affairs ] j I :
C of the Any person wishing to purchase, can do so by applying
: I idea of his declining, or procured the Territory forward into a more healthy and We have received, for publication! of! From the Chafilon (Ohio) Spectator, July 1C. i;'I to Jxo. W. M\io\c or Co! II. F. YONCC of

16.v. ont t1hi J assistance of any other persons tc [I prosperous: action : If in the many important the Oration delivered by Mr. P. W. Gautier, a copy, Jr. at A MORMON T'fLE.A letter has been I I u UIl1&'r, as they: arc my IcgaJ J njcius daring my absence .

l f'Tfor when he in ftct knew he would l laws which I introduced Marianna received bv a gentleman in this neighborhood from the Territory.Quincy .
0 and the
him on 4th of
(, supported, in July, which will in I IICNRY II. BROWN.
appear from Missouri that
..d It'I' would be'cr hoe directly stating a
II t hte-such ) rcprehcnnnJ sessions, or did a single act, that our next. \u<:. Tih, 151 t.hq( : :
Iel e a truly: mortifying, to his real I friends. i not for the interest of the was I I body of well armed Mormons, led on b? their !
I Territory and BRIG SOMERSET
to : Captain LEWIS
C ,
l .1 1 prnphetJoe: Smith lately attempted to
in his circular "that I great
t, Cu1. White say* agaiu I promote thc welfare of thc people, I have FOR THE intended as a rfg tlar tra-ler between
yet rLOHJfll t\ "
'rendered services to the hear cross the river inta Jackson county. A party Charleston and St. Marks
Jr'le ho lia\e no to the first camplaint. of Two of the burthen about .
: :; :iil (l'1 \ and bare no other claims up.FCOF j improvements that have Many the important their candidates' for Congress have thrown of the citizens of Jackson county opposed :I I -_. _ 300 bales I.f Cotton, unJ living superior IncC'umny.J.ldfwwl

i. eO. ami J sulTragcsllnn a since in taken place political creed before the people! of Florida. their crossing, ai d a battle ensued, in which arrive at th t">rm- '
; irCOn<-idrratioii sup- our Territory, were brought to-the They are both genuine State er place on the lit Stpt. and leave the 15th. Th.t\ -
D I Rights' men, so f far Joe Smith was wounded in the leg, and thc
'It.i .a foncurnwc of political opinion, upon consideration of Congress by thusctlcounC'ils i iI at least as professions persons wishing t/) enc ...r.c! a regular! romrumicatioa -
P political economy! or constitutionalfraction 1 in resolutions or memorials drawn go. They unquestionably I Mormons obliged to'retrent ; thai Joe Smith's.Ilimb between the two p.icr.<, have now a fir opportunity
. C, they may find to thir 1 interest I by me. or advocated their theory of the doctrine, while they deny I l was amputated but he died three days of d->it.g so-thev" may deprr.d on puiKUillity
I any practical application of it. I and despatch.'Y. C. MILLI-.R
c They certainly after the ,
r'.1'I S 10 divert public attention from those' subjects It is true in this station and since, I have'. words acknowledge rigIi1., withholding 3t'the operaliouIMORTANT. Awu-t 5. 52lv_St Mjrkg.MARHNNA .

d1i. : "ll.\ln the ackiirtwlodtfcil\ ;r-pborc of your re- had to contend against a powerful party abont j same time, the means of defending them.' .-We haac been favored by a highly ACAUKMY.TF : -'
t tsCfltAtiC; to ,111 }I. (Sttc "hls I ) as I he can Tullahisscc, sustained by om*<:c, I'I "Col. C Trustees of tins I lit
: patronage White isa friend to State Rights but denounces respectable merchant with the following m- I -titiition inform thin pnl>- 3Ii'
if'I! 11f 11E"Ivcrbc called to aft upon, .JunnjMhc I tune I d nd public! money My exertions to secure the ; Slate interposition to maintain those, formation, contained in a letter ftoni :l Madeira : that they Imc <. i iployciius: a Tcn, lit r )fr.
J1 j elort I him "' Those, follow- j funds arising from the lund rights as JosEril.Fi. ACHoe, a.e iilt-niare. rmincnily quarificit!
Lich given to the Tcr-
f r you hues He was educated datedIay 31 received Violet at Phila- for
}. tj tje of di at the foot ot Gauealk-I, per the lustri'.ctiort nini jjui.Lince (f > o'l:h" AH the
.: C"'j'nc. arc the, expressions your <- ,jritoiyby I congress to build a Capitol, from a : i in the sound political doctrines of the delphia. ranches Ed-.u-aii.m in an -\I'.i lcrlliutt course,
delegate, 'prOflOlliit'IIi sentence I gang of favorites who their heads i Virginia will be taught, "a-.d at reasonable
hcJ put
"r.'UI together school. There i is nothing, ]however in I "On the 25th instant one of Donna Maria's rates ot tl tion.
who han under ohlci-al theVirgi- The health Manuniia aud the
thought l influence to the last i cheapness of board
own opponents pocket dollar
s.c iiflt t ii.a: Resolutions! ships a heavy Frigate made her
the i in irs
: Jitutmns and I '{4 of t this fund authorising language, withering ,,I it \incinity, should indttcc persons abroad to send
our Hopublican though not quite successful j J
. r r.r m under doctrines of State Rights,'* which the delegate I the offing, and sent on shore a fig of truce thfir children to thus institution. They may rely UTOU
of -
ot'inai1. 'nevertheless
'Ir hI hI"t llir solicitation yourIres' are an evidence of my lev otion to !I once did because which was not received by our Governor who every ;attention t,) their moral and lilcrary iinpr-ivc-;
int.. an honourable canvass lor i thc interests of the as well as i, apply, had: foiled! in an ment. The Academy is i n.I"pt'l for oT.tuilcnts.
I, tn' ('uteI' I country my sue- i! appropriation flr; favoredscheme seems determined to hold no communication thereception
nwie .
yc r hhcst t ffi-p in .\'our ,"iftI ? ho' ?irs- the. ccssfui! resistance to a similar speculation, ill .|! i of in'ern11, whatever with her. she stills remains at some J.R. ROBEXSOX II. LONG Prc jdent.I I
and services or are J relation to the school land mprovenient.thucring doctrines" mildew I.
5WV .
claim you exertion "
? 3Iy also distance .
: and this
mv PEI'EltV..
communicated the
t t JI.'fool;( his province; M charpo;; a dl'pO j l- to postpone the land sales for Gadsdon ;;,; of blasting State is Rightso it!fit!!U ; anti he yet Col.. White is a t friend i ii I I I I following by signals: :-Sant rem fell on thin} I W.:.,I. \VA'J'-N GAUTIER( '2

? deceive ';)fl. by diverting public alienOfts Comity, will not be forgotten by those whose says.Col. I 18th .1c\.-. J. PIT r: L\X I
t i..n to ) ;, Army broke up-Miguel escaped at I
. i homes it i Nuttall is, from his circular, a no less j I \bri.11l11a\n: 5. l-.ll.: [r,2-.twl}
, t i.t I",mta SiJ '. of State liiilit 1 and thereby 1 saved under the pre-euiption law- and warm t :3 o'clock in the morniug,-our soldiers enter-i i -

J. ::1cll: ,0\1 oat of your doare-t] privilege! ?.. ...In I I and last t. though now by some: perhaps considered i- :, : un.hsguised advocate of rights and sove- .!! ed at 5 o'clock.1 So that I we anticipate f !.EC'l'.iCX.

.. tort.'I' It mOU' the dunes for \\hirh your I f lca:t, 31 y exertions to sustain Col. i I:' reigmy 01! the States, provided they are made subj \J shoitry} some decisive blow will be struck verjJ for SX pursinn-c of I.i\v, I LF>UE A.Tno.vpsov, JtuiSjc I

, elccttour deles It\. to deny yourtlu; right of.5CU:111 White in his public, anti) in .he private character j'I servient to Federal! supremacy. Can sovereignty r r t the possession of thc Inlands. Lain accounts AI.-I.fth-.. th C" it i t'l: ot'Lr-M :-.ur! r. h- t r.I'} "in:
i have a superior ? Can l he ;I I t I : .in rrTio ; f.'r 'l'tvo MKMDEKS! t;rc- ;
of himself a people made
: "politcail; ; croiumj and cont>ii utmal and family! against: the wanton I to succumb i t from Lisbon state that} a squadron of 16 .-his tI I[, present tinCVuri'.y;: "I f l L. 0ii, in ih- LgtILuive Conn.' '

: (onttrvc lion"; of your own t five ami b.ip.p attacks: made at that time by tho cho now I to the agents of their own creation ? Admirable was to be in readiness: to leave the Tagus !i "d!, \\H: hI lu.!U in '.I\lt l'.ntI, on uiMvJay the bt riay 't 1

1. country, >iur very polilie.'il existence as i j perhaps are his fiieiuls, will not be obliterated I II"r : State Rights' men when the people who about the 5th of June, and in all probability::f of t S\{.tcii.i! H xiit, itr f';!J'.t'l: ( jih-'ts, to xvi: :

, f cmrn. far which o'ir forcfutheis so nobly ingratitude in the recollection of all. made, and can unmake, arc said to be interior, to I hey will form the fuice destined to reduce) :I I,I WiiH.iiiVaon.I.:!:At TuUahujsrr: nmk-r th-, t..1tj"'E'rllIn"n'c: o L i

I jicd and died to perpetuate to priority ? No In 'lonclll ion Fellow-Citizens ;! me the Government t which I they did make. I this IlanJ.V have: hitherto awl still t arc II I ;. Jab-z B. L'uU! anJ C". C. UY.uutn t

\ sirs, i i: isa tlinlef1. i t- that no Amrncnn should r.o say a word on my own personal' account. I Col. Xuttall is likewise devoted to the Union. j; enjoying uninterrupted tranquillity, and apprc- I -*'. At I'r.. MirKninT'T I thestvyantecucncc rf Jv I

I d dent' to imn-Jf. or fcllm '."itiz'n-, uhethor beti I readily accord to my honorable opponents advantages ,I "His"father's I ghost" would ri.') P ri.:.'_'>, I

II t i'< ;m Maine] in Florida. or upon the deports t : in early: life, and since that, I neverI]i;I were lie to contemn the lIIi.rlltrork- /' nud'ct. and property foreigners during th! allti I
I Ueujnuan Ilynl. :
,I' :;lcria : but to \\hieh he sho'III'lilj' ] with I IviJ: the gwd fortune to [possess, that of wealth I I I he I is an acknowledged seceder. Can the body be I:| struggle.-[Philid'Jlphia L'. S. G :uz. I j -1. At tan'.s' S"!rl'. :tiuJerthe biperiufiknce; nfi

J Lllrw'i ib,:ce. n ih? ht: and only plank.j I and the patronage of office and illustrious men preserved by the separation of its members I :::-:-::: ____ _-_--..__._ rr i i (It'{ E. Peniii, GUI t-ji'il Ii.irney and and A. o.MAVy. !

I 1,. t tho wreck that cotilJ save him. I I -Two of ny opponents m addition to those I Can the Union he entire when the parties to it i !I lRINE L 1ST.I i| ;':. At. J 'Joi.! liTCners. nrili the su/erintJ'n'

Th'! f evcf'pti.jual .!tccbiati: > ajrovrallud :I advautnges, have hail: liic: support of office, I have disunited ? With n cautious ,k .ire to steer: r ____ William: .Ullt\ John 'at.d Grt'.r.c'u 'II..M"

h> i". iliaS'f'Ul.. however, ripht to a man inLjii and largo sallarcs; from the moment they I I i I h the midway cour-e in the whirlpool! of political.I I PORT) (JFT.3l.IKR..L'.Ill.DAUG.l I ; Chairs.! .

i : wrot.Jil. liuX4flV, beyond and abort the I came to the TenitIJn'i All of which} has ;;. controversies:: Col. Nut tail mny in this case !have I 1I J 1-- I :11"(l;, At the .ml"'c IIfV'. AV. liar ni el..r! the snp"-r-
I I i : of John ParhthlVilii:11i}
r.o. mlu int u'0iu o (if bis fcll,>w-citizen> or .i.placed those gentlemen in easy and nlTljcnt j I have: avoided Scyila : but he has unquestionablynot I Sflir.} Ciit''ri.iis, "'.1ybr, 2G il.iy fr 'ii HolM-nori*, ,' Ilei.j. iiten. W. Har: au-I

'or.SttUI'I.t: fitru'-uitiir as be nitirnlly: : vill, circnnvslancus, with time ami} means: of securing !j escaped CharybJis. In an over solicitude! ( to I v. th ti.ur to nituilri'5. ..'g ;<, JI/. llnz; ..mll.itly f ;. At tie )i.u1.e of Jno. Ilavi;?, und r the l1p.'rit. 3

'Ue (it"pc't: (. nt feelingupon) the pcuplc : i vigilant: and important friends, awl a con- I j I[ rescue the Union from the heresy: (A\\ullificalions ; ami\ .''I1'. Lmiif-ub :..r:'rfilh :j v-TiJatue or John Ilavn, It. )lann I:- and :. fia'_ t
srhr.Onon.; Ha;i/< -y2 .J v/-: fr l11: Nc-v Odt"ll1', : d' r-.
va: ti i> uuil i"r candidates; to possess tint 1 ipicuous stand in society, whilst 1 have been I I he has !fallen into the Harbour tillerrinia, a nd advocates wi: !uij I Iz j I rrV_ Sf'.r\;' 3 v..d); fir,.ry D .i. i! S. A' ir.inil''y's on I Pl.-vf.: n vJer tIe supcrinftu-

'tsid; ? nmn! ; Ihcm. I He may inculcate too, :I-ompclicd to rely solely on my own personal. ':1. T a dissolution of that same: Uiti-vi bv. hoistipf I f -- ------- -- === | tl,-a"p ot" A CVjinar.r". J. \V. iJfiinenu. a and JtKi -

:rom habit thnjc notions < f"hi2her order*, that : l labour and exertions for he maintenance ol the flag of Secession. C1 in- LOOK .\'r'i'ilISr.! i !|>h:-j'-re, : :

fuvciuwnl-;.t '} for Kings: nuJ Noblej! i I! my family and whatever stand I may now oc'cupy I I C- !!_Nuttall I .: ;>. Ar the hmol' of: John K'-ndri, tnnltT the '' .
j't \) never approved of Nullification: ( ns i prxnrndice 0- Jamet"wart.. Janc, WilL .
:x.Ci. and not for tho people, or at least thit: no, ; in society. I I it obtained in a neighboring State," though he I Hew Store, Monroe-st. i i JO'II K'IH il k. : at a ..

fte has (-'iJffl% ., or his rcndercu services but L LI ;, At tho age of seventeen. I saw my country I h has; drank to Unyne and Nullification: : in Tallai I i\exl dovr to It. J. Ilacklfy's Unction Stare. I I. M A- thc !Jior< of Jolm Grime.ttnil>'r the 'u)1I'r) : .

hln: *elt. But 1:1: a country Ilk1 our, vbere iinvail'-d'by: i a j foreign enemy, seeking nothing ;'i! l hasxce, and 1 n-r.v declares fir, what has ahvays I r1"O.' : ]i. LINDF.NBERGWt: sivn..u. ,', t!, -t .j; i Snral.nendeice: 31icr;; of II1. Half.. Liotitt T. I"iettraa- .. .
.h prill/II' arc the tniicis and the rcj rescn- :! l less than the annihilation ot our happy Unlion. : i 'Jf I.elias rtrt'i i\ ::1 I jjfr |JOOHT Cntcri 11\. IIfg i d;'iiIIIHC i-1 I': 1 II. ;
been ciinsidc red the At tie Fmn? f'f H. Vv'ins'.rnnlr:
';'I\'C tIP servants-whorn! pubtirul cii:i.c'uI :- I Inspired with tbo Nullification
!. arc cli''ri,!hoJ and public sPiniimMit ret! '''try t that prompted my his i icvolation- I| Disunion. You mav deny the} : of I Diy GI'KH! trdwu'L'Ch'lI\l (! is-* :I IreIsi..uluIg R. j.! all "5I
charge, it it his: been seriou. l lv : Vase, Siir.c;, I (au- Ur. frit c :rsnti Pnl\"i"; .fl<, ici c. 1
alleged n am:tyou I A' fhc of X. \ "0
V.Va''r.: .
-whtrl' e\rrv ciitecn is free to but stand. Col. Nuttall. j-rint.'Ss.h'U'-col NV.. Walk .". '"
both V. ,
I tmr? of p.-.liitcnl cconnmv or-conMitufioin; ) .,, s\dc\ : of home, oven at that ace, for thc fatiliues you ; ; : by your !.1 j >'iiircns and country tu rjcnir ,! i' this r<:iibli.-ljnv-'f:! J..l: ...l ij.zai. : H. Vvnri anti ',.\H'I11I !u' J'1' a-(" uiibout: the witbt-rini ;:': and hardships; ; of the cwnp and full ofitalllr. \!, confessions and language convicted( as a Disiinionj as I .irn ilr-tcrinin to m. Ico l vcr3.CXto; to >'f"V; ; | j I L. .i. THOMPSDX" .

t'i I;,' mlicn( ois ur Iro-co'1il1l.- such high t toned]i :\: \\ nero I remained gi-ajtjilins) : with thc I j is!, unless you can satisfactorily: explain the difference I all, whuniav, anil favour.M uoii me[.with"vs tlieircustorauh"rM a!; l1I1.H TaLI t ::.n' >ri'pankles .;r- i Tt.I"h:1"n-n"t- 1 y. h:1.: (C;i-tf)_ '.

i.J/'UlI': as the aboveiil IM-I lonj -tand; l the <'I I"I 'common' enemy of our liberty, until I saw it 1 I between S'cession, which you advocate; t and 1 I I ke1 oill..Ltcth.IILoll; wi'" !KivtMe )n\.J.l.'' lJlh.r llL WADDRI/S resilience i j.. roraoved to 1

iF F uvui1! npii uh, lnj\v their" rights anJ have ;i airain tioltly! tfln,;:]ih over that of despotic I I Disunion which! you repudiate. Secession I has i j r Tali.hi,y.% Anr. i I. t I",'t. [3'2r:_ ._.w the: for i- Ih"wiXf1... I>rail lord's

airp.-n Jcirc enough) ; to maintuiu; them. i ila y/t'rtY. !. l Ijccn ilenounccd' by (,'n. Jack-son as "wicked" as i i I r .tIln'lII111 .i IIJ'I'J""" \ jIui. ', ; and Dr. McLeint* His cinVe is still in thesnii'jj'niv.
II j NuUilkation: it is in I tradinuulir ihf name ar.i! :..tyIec I : : At::. L [51 tj! tNoI'1Cr
concli irn Ujl'lt thi* subject, I will re- At thc enci '>f the last v::ur a rc'rcrc of f,rj I; as ; ; pcihaps moic so now iicPresident's : t s. 6..M. ALLKX. [ i _:__ .
opinion. can only pji-; i:. t
I II nltk.lllJt' my course towinls ('ol. White h.i< ;j! tune placed w, ns a ranger in the wilds of I \;. \ ATTACJIMEXT. : :
I IHr bct-n i thc western lo contend t the blv. lead to Secession ; but m'f'Y probably re-I, John T. Ti.irr, Sat'i. :tcrret, anti l MU. S. S. TAFT is authorized: to act as my c
open, frank, ami sinecr" do.-titute .[ country ig.iiu- I f
cdv lh ol': the ,'
in wrong complained! .v; ?:IS cae fl.'nrhlll'mlI : :: alt Attonifvin tact.THO.MASIJ.WINN.. ,
1 i uiuL-rtlic; :tyL :
faarron tI"IIU.t." aud tltipbeity. When Cotraisrlnrsod !- vicissitudes ()poverty, : I consequently! el1t 'r- I ihr ;\lit 11 aud Sedition !law; ;, and has: lately I li.-en I JOHN T. P.ARR ?,- C. J | : ; 'j- 1t

;I n. hy (;0... I u\tl. in a band I !, c(' into the avoca I.L'i of n meehunir, to \vhich I J' thr effect;, of its application: 1 in (;ti IlI!.!:. S-uiih (;- rPiriK ddi'l1lfit! \nil all !-:; ranTrnM, arc here- ;;. T.dl'lj:1s! (, .Jul.J. 1S3 i t. [51hv I .. :

tllli Uj(10. the c\id.iu-a of Senator Uilhof ham \'- :I and other, personal exertions to the present day, !&!: ntliii.i. llItl l Alabama. It is tru--, there are sonir, JBL !bv notiii.-ti! 1.1t11! ltt-tchtnt.tit in the ave' C lS.- I LOST-NO--I PC.- -_ .. t..

; slandered, I am nlunc indebted for whatever I m'iv now and for reasons known to thl'rnckt'11') j haI'((n sued out of tho otliof I ihe} Cl'rk.f tlu5i ,
me t 'I contend t for a distinction \ lho.Jt.:1 difference! and I 1 >e.-ior; ; Ci>urt of LCOIJ county, I-'loruln, rui'l !tie nutl (I persons trading ,.;
; the nf elf possess.; ra certain: : iiDto of t ht 1IIu ; ?
; support) mv-> I t tL !I Carolina: N'lllilii'ation! ) as centra distinguished Iroin all oln.r.saiv! hon by n'Cfllir..J to pleat lu t je liel L'r ij : my Javoragainst.
I '
Ld fmlld/ Uj I 1. :a.rscf pruisenud vindication '!! I have; thus I-Vllow-Ciiizcns jjivcn you n L :.!: Virginia, Georgia, a nol] Alabama Nullification: ; ha1; < j i nun in terms of the siuiutf.EDWARD: I Ii Thomas Hrovva t'I a'L I .5)netitic"! In {:
'imp' what: candid and( an unvarnished view of such mat. i CHANDLER. l.hruu.r. S.tKi! note having IK' en in Itt i
wamy e-.nrse then! Did I piny I become the cant of 1 the day \viih lem.ili I (put
5 I \1I It retllr col
i-i t
> brlotind
sdoul.lpparl. DM I 1 talthat: ndvantnge; : ofwollknounciiicil I hers a* I dfvme.l! i s frcH7. I I in tn.ihirg! : impartial: decission in circular'-- well tim-e! who continue [ ; >ituutif.Hi. \\ hidl tbc j jtion up your : their : as I i I I August ,I, I .3 I. $ ,
:*!U I would hruYk-enttanontud: 1 ; in, & which I relation to your next ddc atc. Should you, I I lent, explain the differrnc e in .prineip:!.', if they I Tin* Ix'.uitilul and tine blood: Horse: I l'l-wl[ ]_ __ _ _-_.
nw 'I conceive i Lore i is a iiv. There is none in t the I opinion will -.t:1I11 r..>n a FAI.I. Sr1\ n.. nt inv I I
: at1: I his ('}cctiol1. and all )kis f.ij.t <:I[ in your wise determination, extend your confj :- SIlEIUFF'LI;.
pr.sjm: ) aa man of truth and honor ? !j i thence to me, ail i can pledge myself to, is that L !I I I of the writer of this article, and all! this idlecontroversy 'I d commen'-av farm in L-- -n: on cutu the ly"n 15th LakrJa in-:. and<- =tt.--I. By \' rte of a writ of Fitri: V.-.i-ia' to me irccic! <-1
bint rfn.7/V.c. is ; I i: -hi! ,
:0 !
.xv. ; only mystifying s.i.t.P : t pul'l-i- 5't!"-, !lfl"iv ti.!? .r't.r ti
With :I1 will endeavour to act in acmrd.incc with! lhc 1 :Jta Oetober
: imnRiin next.
? on
nnjrn-.m.mnity, whirh hope) will I I;! : plain subject, the ri'fhl to rtmetly wrongs, ot't ,II ilc: Court t ll.m' i.i [tic! City of 'i'.t'i iirurr! on iV1Gf.t
very :
I j'J '"rchanctL-ri- 'm) coniluct: towaidsnl! nen. i your best wishes and iterer.t and the general I[ which the States arc constitutionally! !! pofsseil, T I .That the hitoc'K eOIlI;:lIIUfY ami owiti'fto may have the an upportuu',>: y f.irinoiiiy. .uf i iI S.ittir.i iv -'peI1l'f"ne.xr.[ : v.-iiiin:: tit Icca; s': 'o i
01 :
(!I <
.nir cry ;pr > ,
:ltonce replied. to he Governor, in a pul.Hcasent j welfare of our whole country. Should your .': and which thc! undersigned! hopes they will c.nitintic : ,.I he will sta..JTnissr.\s.\. the rtJu'l'J !priceof I hi-urs the fi llo\\ii-!.; 'r1'.:- < or Ptrf .Is: t" L.-.\' ),

"" lo lilt) pu.s, of the Territory which'| ''I confidence, however, be placed in anothei individual i 1 i to exercise on every list cause. TWt'1 ive Doilais! -'1 xvt'nty InMir.sniur, pr"p T.ychaitfptl. ; to ri it: : t* >t miiu'vr i.r' iVa". i"l:11.t.i! :: ina j\'u. 2Towiisijp .
< iUa'* U N.
.:"My disarmed his of the I 1 will bow with respectful submission I I, STATE RIGHTS. and powerful effect i i il! I sJt-vtn'y 5i-104"i acre:-AUr: Lur. Nuiii''l'r.o'Ir.t.- e
?: owcrtt-uu Lave hud.; In contradicting to your jud cment. W ith these views Gausdcn count, Au!. id, IS.vt.CHOLERA close-eeureil.! of the Fifty present Cents year for, aiut each jjivjn Mare! OJ tu the ncWIIII groomvlien !I J, tioivtl: Scrtou 19, T.nvr,5ii2! ] ilrmi1 1, Norll. a.'ctVVtt

statement .f 1 r coiUihitic St : 7.;-UO :.'r.-\.I: .
j ( Mr. Bibb, I might have beetORT. am very Respectfully, --- I f.rst served. veuy-tie
I I Lot N n'1dl'r! itt 1I'! Action I I'J t Townstnpi,
did I Your Fellow-Citizen, IN CANADA.We .
10t bflic'\c
e then TXE.SSEE.1.\
that ,
; any man i I, Ran t asessmg common I honesty, truth or iiilcgriJ WILLIAMTATT.. have been showu.a letter this morning :I "Was siX years old < n [the 8th of last lf.w1; < : 7-IOO :.ier--!-- \hi" the 'Vest half of the ).- quar- ;

i could IP uujity Of such a wantoa vio'ation''I III Talhrin SCQC, August_ 9ih, J 18U. from highly respectable citizen of lhc United i iI I bred by myLJr..thcr Dr.m.. E. Butler of 'IVnnesj j tcr of Rectum 30, Toxvm>hip2. R.tnre 1, North:and .
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dark black and tail
(f i I bay, with le; mane i We--tcontamin .'
: cirhty: 8 Z1m..t r7e Col.
J foot 1' U'hue : A certain matter was put night last a riot took place at Norwich, in which some alarming particulars relative to j i ebratt-d horse Carolinian, OUT op ins rru. 'ISTE Cd-I' to sati-fyau, C:eci'tion in i\\\/1' ,'i I Ivorr ir.fc'lur'c?, '

auM IIUj' integrity as a man !,a<=t uin- Connecticut. It that some person i 1 the cxistauce of thc Asiatic cholera in Canada having been bred in and in, thereby combining .j against Thomas D. Ila'l.wk! and Gr :re Fi.-ior.!
h appears and show how : is iu
tr uneXi-eptionaMe <
tI and'
r anther, Ju coi>.nluoncc Of the absence led t an abolition sermon in the Rev. Mr. Dick- about to return to Saratoga immediately inconsequence which (Combines in a double form, both sire and dam I f.'tl-ul.

furl!1(11. lute, from the United Stttcs* must I erson's First Presbyterian Church in tint city, I 1 of the epidemic in Montreal. A I of tins fuic horse. Extensive pasturage, well watered SIIEKIFF'S SALE. .fBy .:
: and under ood leuc, will! be furnished for all > virtu of a \\ lit of Fir ['.\citr tr direc
iu Ii1' \\'twh reflt remain.irilhe: t I womb I of time, I which passed off q l1etly, The next evening |'' considerable number of'persons wore dYIngI' [ Mar snit to this Horse, at the low rate of fifty cents I shall cxp-j-e ar publit! *. sale before me lhc door

"I Ii shall be e exposed to you, fellovv-citi- lie made a second attempt: when a mob, head I I' daily of the disease, which the writer pronounces per week! ; but no accountability for accidents or escapes. of Ute Court House in ih! <> City "f Tthlahacsc; *, en tie '.

II II I i nsupOI! 1iS. rc .urn.,should. itbccoine absolute- I ed by a band marched to the church proceeded without hesitation, and from theknowledge 1 Other evidences of stuck arid performance just tturd.iy in September next, ftoy named -
'I y tiCtes 't r) III I derived, from extensive opportuni will be submitted' application. DAVID, ICHell)11 as Ihpr'pt'rty ot the Eotate of
J'1-hhcat&o1 of from the
: d my own private: the broad aisle! took tbo parson ROBERT William
up II.
Ij publtc : Humph, to sutiMiy: an Kxecntion in favor
with its characteristics
't character, but not othervasr. j forced him to march before them, t ties of becommitig acquainted .hh 1831. of
pulpit, and ? I () .in) J. JValkei, against Win. C Campbell Admin
J :.sjlCCCf! fclluw-ritizenq! I hive: been denied i the same time playing the rouged march, till I I I it having swept oft"a large number _ istrator on thc estate of aj.J.m II. ilttmnii, deceased. ;.

rtrid'ired i '. of slaves from I his plantation at Mobile two PrJigfet of the Sire and Djmcf Ttntiesservz.IL : .
t 1.1lI1g: any services to Florida that I they act'ially drummed him out of the place,
CDtitl., < to be beyond doubt t, the real Asiatic Carolinian: which is a fine blood] bay, with black Sale will commence -riLiti: thc lcg':11Ic! hour
m J t he returned years ago
to if I
again to give
( \'oar: "consideration, ever 1
and threatening
,, 1 SllIr'S if,- cholera. On the Iflth six or seven emigrants lejr-!, mtne aud tail, nearly 5 feet 4 inches high, four- JAMES BkYAN, Jr Shtriff.
.': respcctlully beg leave to call your him a coat of tar and feathers.-&a=cllc. I I te n years old on the -Jbth of May next, UMS bred b}' _Jnly3lsi.] 13.1-t. [' !
('flTlon1) died at La Chine. A postscript to the:
"' 4ne acts and surviccs of inin I : me arid was got by that unenalled hors* Sir Archy, -V.
iJ nd\d atleast for states that the I I Fetter, dated eleven at niglrt (of the IGth) says hIs dam also] was bred by me, got by the irnpoited NOTICEIs
'; 4tzxitI your illtcrcst, however, rc- The Springfield had terminated fatally since noon Druid ; grandma by old "Wildair the best son of | hereby given, tnt application will be made to
1t1 y bc to speak f ''fA tVashington College Archers, of Haitford I that ten eases A me.-ir. also the Superior Court for the of Jackson
I j my car'y I F-'arnou ; his g. raIIdafl! by us, byFai county a'
I '.ti152.L i CXjOsuJ, "ud successfully resisted a rompri.sTng betweeen 30 and 40 students c 1ff of that day. The Montreal papers are silent nought ; his .:. g. irrandam got by old, Janus, thi-ir next term to \\tz held in thc month of December,
r ILiezn H the but the Montreal' Gazette of of Mare Janus of Mare l :M.irianna, for thcnpooinimcntot Commissioners
c 2Ul0r'S Ounce in tllis which the College, visited that town, on Saturdaylast I on subject ; out a g0tbolJ out got byMoor's I to
t m''UQdto Plncc' the 15th in an article on the intense heat of Partner on of a Marc got by the old allot my dower in the: estate both real and persona of
1lJ:M have bccn continued would have in the steam boat Win. Hall. They wore wcather. cautions its readers ted Jo1li. Roger, out of old Kitty Fisher. mp'lr-1 John 13. Roberts, dccI' scd.

: UHJrc cr Ics, every citizen of the 'Fe rIlry. accompanied with soinc of the faculty of that the particulerly Hors without a solitary! stain,"unites- in MARY (ROBERTS, widow and relict of
; It was a denial institution. Their dress was a "greon frock- to be prudent in relation to diet, drinking coldwater the bes' blood of the American and English race John B. Roberts, al>o administratrix of the estate.
to land the
OUndthat enter upon with black &c. The thermometer h.ul ranged: Horses. I'Lr lh- blood of Druid, Fe.'rnuughtJanu>, _Jill ly->.th. 1S.M.: {pi i iIwJ)
f t ''ILcatiou others intended to do so, or that coat and trowscrs green tUI han cap, 9S in the shr e.-X. Y. Post. Moors Partner, Jolly Roger, Kity: Fisher, and ihe _
fr from 90 to Dr. J. B.
tI I t ) had. been issued though the land plumes. This dress with their long bows car mported Blossom, the daui of AmWufus, see General SJHUJfDERS,

P it.flf In the Itece\'er's 0111cc. I will ried upright and the quivers at their backs;, S.uJ Book of England of the edition of 1803. (OF B .LNBUIDGE, GEO.)
Pa. IS.
Otgo luto a dtl.lil ) them an aboriginal HCAVCU, ( ) July As lo ih" blooJ of Sir Arehy, Wildair, and Americas HAVING made suitabio: 3riar.gcmcnts'triI in fu
1iay. that upon this subJect, bit men (their only weapons gave understoodof The Cholera.This dreaded and fatal disease I need not stop lo remark, as they are general \ to "Jcvotc his entire attention to
"ithi11 '1hI rue! was directly' !| at variance and fan iful look. ,It will be find its the Ohio known to have ben the highest and best bred holies diseases of Women and Children, the management of
t 1 ; '' I Win nut) rcmm; the good citizens course that the company: organised merely is begimng to way up : on the Continent. Infants, <$.c. Observations luring a laborous practice

Florida intcd with thc of land for recreation in archery and mlhtry.move.. : and already! on this end of the river several Of Carolinian's blood, I will in fine remark, that for five years in this sjclion of country, prove that too

d the g real; entry had with them one evidence I, i persons have fallen victims to its deadly pro- there is not, nor never a better horse in America much time cannot bpaid to this all important branch
'on th uposition of some to peculate men t'. They In our own county, two deaths have and that nothing favourable can be said of the of Medicine.
-\tuld ern IQ 'U purchase of all the evils that if no other, tint they camo from Connecticut to grcs. from its attack. The first blood! of any other Horse that may not with at least His fiiends may be assured that he will not suffer

t ?atlsequcntly have flown from such good and substantial drum and fife, mu 1viz. recently occurred equal truth said of his blood." any ether business to draw him from his profession,
e,;it U a was a Mr. Hooper, who brought the disease | 41 PHIL. CLAJBORXE." if Virginia. hereafter. Ang.l. 5ltf]
: enQugb ty say that under such, an lij. sic.-Gazett .


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NOTICE. Notice Foreclosure W i. D. HAHRISON.--) Petition to the Superior Court
of oj Mortgage TALLAHASSEE ;
vs. > for the County of Gadsdcn for
\\A. ||HE Law partnership formerly existing between ALL persona interested will take notice that a peW ILLIAM II. ELLIS. ) the foreclosure ofa Mortgage. .
John P. Booth and James D. Westcott Jr. hath has this day been filed in the Superior of
been dissolved by agreement. the Middle District cf Florida for the County of Leon I THE defendant and all others, are notified that a ,

March. 1834. praying the FORECLOSURE OF A MORTGAGE made 1 has been filed in the Court aforesaid, toForeclose C C

arid executed the 30th f pril 1332, by George Sheppard a Mortgage executed by defendant) Ellis tosaid

A CARD. to Harry ,\. Hale, of nnd upon a Negro Woman I I William D. lIar..ison, on two Tracts of LAM
the of Sarah the the lying in Gadsden county, being the East half of the
O JAVCS WESTCOTT JPHIOR declined iu by name to secure payment to i
a continuance
the SAL ES.-The subscriber hav said M. for Nine : Southeast rjuajrtcr of Section Three, and the East
office of Secretary o Florida,and accepted Commission AUCTION ing Ioc.\- Harvey Hale of a promissory note
(If U. S Attorney for the Middle District,chiefly that he might in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general ty-six Dol ars, dated 30th April, 1S32, and payableon hnlfof the Northeast quarter of Section Ten-both bei (

devote his time tieuirtly and unremittingly to the practice of commission business, regular sale clays, Tuesday the first day January, 1833, with interest at ten in Township One, Range Two North and West. t
the Law; and he informs his friends in Florida and elsewhere% and BALTZ'LLVIIITE.: .
that all business entrusted to him in the Court of Apjwalc, in Saturday. per centum from the twenty-third day of April prece tn
of He will also attend to administrator and othrrsalcs LEIGH Petitioner. June 23. [IGcovvlm] Att'ys for Petitioner. o
any the Courts of the Middle District, or in the Superior ding. READ, Att'y for JOCKEY CLUB FOR
Courts of Jactoon aud Franklin Counties in \VVst in the ROBERT J. Tallahassee 1834
Florida or county. IIACKLEY. 12th July, 1814. [i3-2ni] Commence
of Decatur and Thomas Counties Georgia, will receive the March 23d 1833. 33lf REAL ESTATE 1' :'lUCTIOI\: WILL on the thirdMondiv I
most and assiJuoun NOTICE. next, and IthJ
punctual attention.
N. B. Instruments of writing executed with be sold out- in the City of continue six i div.
neatness at
public ,
Tallahaaee. May U, cry FIRST
____ months after date I will apply to the honora- WILL DAT-MONDAY*
and despatch, bv It. J. HACKLEY. SIX / MIDDLE DISTRICT : J ndgc of the County Court of Gadsden county 'Ir Vearso,1 r ..
for of the! usual hours cf sale, on the first Tuesday in .October I I eats, g-OOeiitrjlire, h. f. to close tC I.llrre mite
Superior Court-Leon County. AND I IIVER-COMPLA1NT.: a discharge from the Administratorship on i
DYSPEPSIA the of L.\ I) lying :
next, following tracts or parcels tcmber next. 30thSet
estate of Sarah Mabhborn deceased.
WILLIAM W. BRIGGS 1 Professor of ysio1ogicaMe.cine ,
and being in the County of Leon and known as the i
In $sumpsi it. di who for JC3UUA SI1EPARD. SECOVU
several years, has devoted his entire : D.AY-Tt'E.D.\y.

CHARLES a: ASH, J Summons 81,0 0. attention to the treatment of cAroufcor inveterate diseases Gadtll'l1 county, June 21,1S.14.K'i :_ (;-*'!nJ J Two Northeast, North Q.l1a and;tcr East Section, and 3, Containing Township One I 1GOJ57IUOarrcs. I, nan r- I ted A States Post sweepstakes agreeably; : to, free the for any I horse i in the "lTDt.

Attachment issued March 10th, 1831, for 3180. has succeeded, by chemical analysis and synthesis COTTON GINS. A llot lcr tracts of L.'/.\'/), containing .D acres Jockey (Club: four "! heats rulrsof f the M.J T II t.
.T1 !
forming a combination frcfm several proximate 'J.'Oli' (o n
has on COTTON and ninclccn-hundrcdths of an acre, known as :he To I tn> the 30ih exit rarace h. (
some September -j -
THOMAS vegetable principles, to which lie has the THE.sllhsr'rihcr:: : nest
W. F AU given
I East: hall of thc Southwest Uuarler of Section :31, in
TLEROYJl Medicinal quality: at $2 per saw, THIRD
vs. i In debt. name Stomachiea*. et Hcpatic.-c ; which has I. DAT--'V.DSE'l\T. ,
JOHN proved far more efficient than heretofore will warrent them to work well with good usage, and Township One, North of range One West. Also Jockey Club Pit: hf--mifr heati, .
LAUDAMAN who is Summons--3000 any remedy I
im-'f{ discovered in those if they do not do well, they wll be taken back and the weM half of the Southeast Quarter Section 8, Entrance $10.rornTii $l OOQ
curing distressing maladies of
pleaded with James S. Linn ;
J mind and which the money returned. The subscriber works within five I Township One, 1 I'an: c Two, North and East, containing DAT-
body, are generally TitrnsDAT.
Attachment issued 1831 for comprchcndci"
April SI/290. der the sweeping tcrms'Dr'I'EPSU Livr.r.-CjM- miles Mount[ Vernon, Florida,on Flat Creek. Any SO 18-1 1 DO acres. Jockey Club I'urc-2: : r.nie heats' tov!
order in the above will bn As -The Lots in the of Tallahassee 200 f'1
PLANTS-It is likewise an almost certain cure for line, }JuI1ctnai; %' attended ALSO following City Entrance 15. 00
& WILLIAM LOOCKERMAq P. CRAIG largement of the SPLEE.V. en to. DUNCAN McPHAUL. and) known in the plan of said,! City, as Lot FIFTH DAT-FRIDAY.
| June 1-Uh. 1 R3 'J.n n-nibcr I 12:, I2G 127,1-23 1ID 130 2SI 1 ,tIl,128:. I Club
\1a-1 t.t5[ ] Jockey Purse-3 mile heats
Among the of _ ,
ding under the name:: style l symptoms Dyspepsia Liver-com _ _ i
firm of LoocKEn uN & CIUIG: In assumpsit.EDWARD plaints, arc flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach LAND FOll SALE. Also Lots \IS. .n: and >0, and 41, and 17, and lot Entr.!.-,, <.,.?0. >WOO) | :cpr
\ 7'J. Sold! of the Honorable the!
O. by t '
melancholy: irritability d isagrccahleiastc in permission I SIXTh DAT--sATt'RD-XT.
the snbserilu-rs
\.s.THEODORR : offer for sale, on accommodating, .
r Court
LAPORTEalias mouth ; great irregularity of appetite, which is sometimes TIlE <, the following! tract of cxrtllent! LAND, County and creditors of t of the Leon County, to satisfy; the heirs Proprietor's Pursemilo! L'aisc; : [ ,tiI15 2j oIV
estate of DANIEL FAUST !late ofsaid J 00
Count DK l.A PORTE J voracious and at other times greatly deficient ; with a line stream of water passing lhro'i jh it ; handsomely Entran'eJi'; 'tl. .
Attachment bsucIJanllarJ'\ 1st, 1831 I, forSC0752.THE thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach situated about 7 miles! from Mi>ni i'ello, in Jctferson County, Ilec.I -d. To each (Jfthe two fast: named stakes t, erere
and eructations, palpitation drowsiness Terms on the (bitof! Sale. re:ady I three I subseribers, ,. f I :
iregularityof : County, to wit :-The Souhea.- quarter: and : t'l it'
defendants: in said case1, and nil others in- the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals East half of the Southwest quarter, Section 31 I -The MAl'lY F.CT, Administratrix.June by notrs with approved cndr.rce.-s! payaHe: ?
at .
: will take notico of th,! issuing >said pain in the heaJ, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of West half of the Northeast, :uid the KaH: half of thfr'nuthwrs < 21 I 1 543 I. 1 fl.lts-.j _ Ceif.-il: lank ot Honda, ami dopu.itcd with theca\.e. tioU'l-

Attachmcnb, ns above. state.!, and are al
I to ap]>car 'and plead to the declaration filed in ntitl I iii the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection ofsight 1 four North and Ia->', cont.-iining together tOu .ic:'..,, I i .uJ' TEe VKITCII; i is iMitljorised to -settle s.iA trans the I ?I crctary at Tallabavrr, auy time bctors thVo-t ,

; cases "c"pcct'clnccorJIJl; ; to tho) statute in ik-h I and hearing, pain nnd weakness in the tack more or less. Persons wi.hiiu1- to exami'm tim. land: acl ;'IJ my Im..il1cs-1c will be l foMml at .!lee September! next, by complying ilh! the t'rrnsof { rtf!

case made and provided. Dattd May 1-ih, HJ.: languor, disturbed sk-ep, cold feet and hands'- tremor is referred to Capt. Murray, who will show it. in Tull.ilt.uroTIIO8.; G. M-npfion.: ? Tne col!: or ),Ui-jC to be nau.ut the evcmJbrtore 3 ta: :

JAMES WESTCOTT, Jn. uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side 01 KIIUU l\. URGES. :W: lh \lay, IS.51. [I2tf] t ; the: ra' c.

4fltf AIt' ftlr Plt'lls, breast, &c. Tallahassee, June 14th, 13:'. I. ((44tf) 1'\ will! tiC (hum up at tr.e Stand ,. .h.' ,

MIDDLE DISTRICT The above mtJatlies! lead to organic affections of tin N OTICMR. E. f. r the fortunate; Competitor: ; :teil!' \-"n' u,Mt, wi1i u',7

: stomach, liver, and hcrt, terminating In DropsyCon &-1O5 RE\V AiD. !\. is!. MOORE i is the only agent' appointed I in tile t'. ao-d[ the :ie f:ql.4': '!..ii.ui-;: ',.d i tit; U'r.e tM", .
JflBifs Superior -Jefferson CcuuliIn /. sumption( Ap plexy, &c. according to the climate! hub PROCLAMATION in Tali.iJiassro: to receive pi...., i-;c and baggage i'ldt-infy I xi.-ivtul. tli.-jt gehtm"i-ii! ,t di t't't" .,". ,'n-

L. Parish 'l) Covenant. its, .lie, sex, aid tcmperannnt of tHe patient.IV ny money for the Westur/i line of Stages. I I&ahilt: hoV.will w'nlt! uit P.i. s, U1IV' 'Ur r.
e- \
Martin, Sumaions ad pondcndum forAttachment pared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Miliedgcviile: \. B. BLACKWELL, :forts to )IIt'a"(1: (; by: ',:' t!hir ). i-crin.! n.July .
\"s. .I Inventor and sole proprietor.Tc.tillloJlttls.tumerous yaLt -Pi 'f"JTY& : '1'l( ). }1E'j.N[ :" '
: S2"I O'1.\L\tn., c;. I ; Conlrttclbroft.'ic JJ /Stall limof St.gri. er'ry i'rtLpuictor. :
I Oswdi i; n/r.I t. J Certificates uii.!ht be nd- IOVEINOJ! : or f'rmIi.\ I Jl\n" I 11. (.t.lft) J.",.Ii, t."?.; l. [-1J.t fJ : :. iitir

issuedl:1y ICth) 1831, for $ 1000dam.ucs. (1 t ICtl( relative to the extraordinary cUr CS ]7crformccby I I n 1WO HUNDRED DOLLARS h herclry ofi".:red --- ,, -

: : using these medicines ; but the following arc thought! I ... for the apprehension) of ivvo rlllla'." :1V_ slaves, c owsuSfprioSrC A Un j I LISTIl \ '\OTIC ,..-

sm :i'i' llt to satisfy the mind! of the must skeptical! : charged with thu minder( uf.JAMESROU.DTI'EE.K.sq. "A Lf L I pi ..11 11'i: in: ('!:II.W araiiar.; \\h1., ,. \

James. L. Parish, }' In C.\
vs. > Summons ad rcspnndendurn for ion, or Family Physicl'M.NEWOKI.EANS I Th": di' murdered in Ixoii Coim'y! UE LA Io'i'fIJL\1': COM:MIIAN VCOCTADI.CSFKCIKIC. n"llInd t I I thiiV: : : dtily! ,lII11"'II't,. : !! '., : "
Ostrrll P. Jlirt. *) 2,00(1 damaffos.; Dec. 2fih) Ip'n the line belv.oen' ( ;Joorgia ond Finn-la! about!: cmnii'u -: tI..', time iTCS'ribi.l: !by b.1' jli, : IUI
1831. iIt
yvili b
: Attachment: issued May ICth, 1331, for $ IOUO damages. To IP//OHI it may cQ/l.trn.-This is to certify, that. J t '! above R. :Tisitiii. on the night of the -'-;ilh I;I I).t rrcd.-All t I p.s..>.;; .".'! f.. s-i.d: csiaicare twte i oll'

i t have \vitnc9srd iho operation of Dr. Peter's .l/ft/ici/ia ';i ins'. The persons chmgul v.-ith the muider aforesaid Bs t the most valuable: n'Ic'll y evf r ytdi-'covcrcd for ; quested to nntt iumz1r-t(. |.. ymm.. n : '1

S/olllrrtMcr' ct llrpal: tr in number of are a bln-'k imn belonginir Jo Col. R. W. \ViIiiii tin I cure of Coiig't1!, (.' .lm/.?, ('iiusinnpl'u.n.i'/nsajiitti.t I JAS L. P.\ill>: n.WJiwfraflr -
THE defendant in said cases, and all othrrsjntr- UP'J P"P'ioan i l Livc-r-allVctions, of longstanding-very (. I' lj .:, named CR1TTENDON, 1ln':11crhtllC' ,prupertv .''; :.* f'lJcnd1111: ail li"'I'a-l'J-!! : tie: li.-fnt nnd July! I IDth, B.H. ( l:'-Sw) ; .

( viIt 'take notice of t the issuing (.f sal! wj-'oiji jcvcral rasrsof th' thc .- (: I of John S. Shepard, E :q. This t' Iliiv is about: f.'mg<. Pivpned by .. liOVt, I'hil.tIli'! !| ':;;.i. It -

Attachments] as above stated, and said defendant: i issilso and its affcrts astii-liii.cnlnrjemcritsof| jli' n ; !f-ve: I f ct chht inches high, ativ and well mndc, nnd c ';iip) js"s I the Ii.lildrncrn.! ; .*, i.esStrni.,ti! to the .11)JlI.ilSTL\'i'! n'sUTh'F. ,
were 1\ly Ifivc hesitation
4 requiicd to appear and plead to t the declaration! i: in dei'iaiing it the nl' l n-j about 'JO or.aus:! old, he i is a dariiig and bold: L it iiitrs, repairs the Appetiteimprovesth,- Sprats''' *. T tho( next Jautiiry rninoi* the C"'I .
!" C
: filed in said C\
in such rA: "* -nado! and] provided.Datr1 i in my ImowkL1 c. J AMES EVELT.1.ever cuu"vilh! D. }propplty' William t I Wyutt, Esq. and former"loid ; }- : iLcili'j"i >intiiig out in a moat coii.spcii:: : m iiii.e-. |l'HX.-.eii! l I.ii I: ......1'-'::*:..'-., .,.... :o ;!,,c said' Gwrt u-r. sfiii'nt W. .
May 1-*th, I 1833.Itf : E"'I of Gadsden (_ .tlillte I .,ymjtoiisii: thirir dillcreut .t-iot'thedssoa!
I Wilkc.- to Lntibiiry Jones (uLu1t. : t: and i'i ifip-iii I'.- iy la i-,,: .!:--c-! u-je-l t.
:: Jan.
tllillty.Gt.u. I; "p'.
: __. J.:j'VEMIiC) ; T, Jr. AnV. f'r Pit' T.- c The i;-rlrr.:::jrncd ran b"ir tcs:ti. to thi 34. JOE is much fr"l'ldeil-h\-, biuc eye-, and is about 5 i; and jMftiiul.irdir; ..riionsn.sieetiii'hi| ; tre.ltrolt.ltt whik \,1; ., : -ir-itip r.f 'In' ( -T.C: ..t Ednoiit; 1 (.::1.1.;, .

''IT An E 1tls1 I K ANTCOMMISSION P.USI- : of Dr. Pctrr'M'dicinn: 't1uy St"in.irhir superiorefurary et IlepatcT feel G or 7 indie-* high l!, and, well made, he uny a.rt :- i Uiiu:: it, !together with hsany well aiithcnticattd ccrli- June 21, 1 -:31. (47-Um; ) JAS. M. ilLCHltI[ :'
V Y c APALACHICOLA '---unit to ) ;as a 1 In c man and imvlian hi- n.vm' i1-:.ttCS 01 cures, tte.I .
; -
KLt'-llIDA -
I in the rum of nY: ;% kiund Liver ( ----- --
I I- The stiWrihers Iraving associated thems-rhvsfveili personal l eXI..T1C11CC. > ComplaintstVoin h( i j.< alo'iJ.: .*) rearsod! r.fO.\: HUNDRED J DOLLAR ( I Ii (ron-.cqu-.:e of tIle great and inrreasinir dt-mann I

cr under the siil-s 1 and flu in nf FORD ic II All DIN, WM.: G. JOlI ,SON. REWARD v.ll'h.given for each of the a- fur thin spocili'-: tin: ; j.iopictor I :: is ui il.-l:d lorednre th- [ ,a

I p-ruosc: truiMCltng a Gcnrrxl HV7/'E li t.-.u; aadCOlf Dr. PS Medicinrc Stoniachira1., hove d'sciil'O'l' sliv/'.., j if (l.ilivei'pd I 110 the Marshal I ol price to 7..j ccnls otrb-itlli-, thereby! enabling! it to COil1'
Ilcpatis: art; put up I the Middle] Distiin of t Floiidn nr tqlte Sherilf of''he witilllhe; reach of all 1'LuouLs. -
\ V/.SS7OA" Hush
tit Ipnl.ichicola. in
)f is Having'1 parrels vi'Ii full dircctir.ns far From onrto
: rn.-uh suitable! arraniremcnisvith' s< veral ,'cs1s f,l rtha : I thruo parcels will !be necessary to complete a cure. c\11ri.!"%' ,1' L'-on, or svured in at.y j-'iil in thl.::; Territoiy Dr. CHAPMAN'S \nli-Dr-:1)1! Pilid.Thfse 1,

..;tf.iiivporalion of CVfnii", &c. c'ilh"'r to Neiv i I T!'c )price is $3 a ptr: *'-/ | Pins have br-rn 1cc(- .:i'nliy! Used by tuu-!

ill York or Xcvv Orleans) ; ami hiving:'ltirs at. ;uitinn A treat qiun'ijy tlic: above very valuable Given under my hand at the Ci'y! of Tnllal:3 !-; ,.:lt.1 1.:. i: t.. testify to thur &:{pcrwr' (f-Jlit.u-v. (iv.n r
\ prepa .;sp<". this; 00th) day Match.: !KS1.:: 1 nnd i \ ,
Iii wiihin t'-ji--, : poorer! to in ike 4Y.KMc'r aJranrcsUj .t ration.will kept constantly on hand by \IY tft.i--die.-.'\\ III ue) f.:'r I T'C: cureof l*>yni .,- il l
of the of the United States the
Independence !
r | >.:t j consigned toiheireaieaniUnanagcm'Mit i ; I E.: H. PERKINS, Tallahassee, j.:ia in ;il! th ;L' .-tml.Ii. .ited f-'nnstl.iy: rivc.-: >trciitl.; I I : 5. I

Iu. y would fI'.pectflllly trudcr their, services and .s'I. Who i i. a HI hMi..t d to dispose: of ihnn, either at wholesale Fif.v-Eighthvear. t.) I the debiiita-'d! : I 'i.t.m .'I t" di:Ci>tion, r'p-t.:" ;he ;i pp.'-. i I I! ,
4 lint :a liVral! )pairoiuire in the above line of 'business,1 or retail, oil as reasonable) terms as they can be I WM. P. DUVAL. I ifitcroir.ovt.i'i'-a ..ind.ikuris of tic stomach; laitual I 1 ,:. '

pli: :i-iiu;: their pfKnn)
lll -:.-!es consigned: to them, cither fur s:ac! m othervi JUS. PRIESTLEY PI"TCrrS. I N addition to the above reward the eiti/ens ol I mol many other I i.vou> ;tlii..t.b.: They '-utain u<- I\ ; ,', 111 Fred"ri':k I-i '1lv. Jld. f flY t' Itr! nf'l! 1t

\ '. The followjra arts few aiming the many pcr-onstSiat t Tallahassee and vicinity -tfer 'I'\VTU HUNDRED) Mrrcury l tu.r do I bc.? si.-lc.-.. tl.c ':?tf m"-I, 1:1':: zre n [ coneernoii in the P.itemviii:: Dr Judkir.s.I ; t
'A r"Ware Hi.". scs and Clo"e Stores arc t1n.'I': O- I hv.'c been cither ctiiircly rl\rlll or jrrcatly benefited tI I AND FIVE DOLLARS : a No, uch fuither sisiim". 1ikI ai.d -afo caiharlir. : tti/i- i ; n<, }'cslri..t.a; tI'. did! jIT j I Tiie above OintiuLi! ioft"'rcd 1

in" i ;tli-n-'va: h repair, will[ be large; nnd( cninmudiou.i, within the l last: twelve; the me of Dr. pe-I a< may be contributed} by tho.v who have not yet Hail I drink (,,' C.TIHU,V; to wr t (.I' ot.Id W!!;l' ':.!i.i- .Ki-ni. i! >;:!I Ie lid c.i ttaiu reirii..i\-:! f fof I.r !huc'-;? .to.hciltc te puliiicasi Iii,;' ; )

si;: ;-di-t; ;t desirable: part of the town, and as cx- tc is' Mcdiri.u; Stoinachicac ct Ilepatic.'evjjhiu: an opportunity' to MiV-ei jbr Dill of directionsil! acrompiny tutu box ti* IMIs;; i t s'.lIC v. hicii huv'e to Ling: baiiled iiie .Lul of rued:nil
ci :. '. froltbt; dangers! ; of fire: as any other house, of a L t'tatc of CJcnrgia.Mrs. TahI.I'! \Iar.-\I, 29dI. Iln 1. 31-tf I i i.1t! will: fully ex-plain: :.htili: cf:. i J .'cmeitet.. I ji j

f..t:. ar character, "II the Point. Aimer J [irk:, Wilkiuvn.Mrs. Fni.s, tI': } wi'll k,i.>v..i l-f'I'II\ ;tzi..f tnr'r I'il1-: t'r- I!i Nt \1.:1.dn: !(; .lf Ie! rj'irtitn. I i ji(

W.M. P. FORD, (late of Augusta! G*.) Capt. Jaiucs \Villi.;, ,lo. II .llIIY years: the (p/-oj.. '1'(1,,' (J. KU VD, PhilvtJl: lpi\u{ ) '-'r. rfore L'.;- :a lid I I'lrtrjf every t ti>; -aian.'wg.d i

F.DWD. .. II \ RUIN, ( .\p.ll\.dliclib.) I CuiVUI.. I.'. Boad, do. ei ins it uiiiie :v.v-ury I to give any fiu'thcr! t;,:tm i ifficm. : ..>. I &:ciirrii-or! (ilandu 1 .* ir 'j'jg UinOUi'. p.lrtca.a'lth .: '
T .FE 1::.VCES.-S1r2rrt FuntaiM, 'VayncV.. Eclau-li -I A ; huj ,'i.i-eivd u'l i\r :
$ S-nith ( Esq. Laurent.B.yan : f.slt'pllj' 'JCLii : : >aKby !'sehn-ii.iou! tumours;in vv,! cn'" b l'J:5l"w.dwfCli !
N "-'vi, J. S. CiHaiin, .'. H' /Vrry, ". Co. 7\ \. Alif a, Ki'j. ,!I". it'r-- rBi; app :inMient: i IJY i FU.: PERivL'CS. I i illl 's terusiaatu- crcerated canrrr; : (
1 itS Co. iWtittick! llrcenimod C'id. \V. P.-JJ .1'toll.lI"! '. : ,. :1d .
: $ \ Co.,- .. 'U'I le.r, Mi-rgnn. h"- ,( \ I Lilt' 1th [iVJorts, or vvli.tsi); !mc'b[ \' the name ,, no.T.
ic. '. gxrt V KiirelstnJ: ./.H. Hamilton $. Son, Juki; Sanford Chapman! E>q. Jont". -- -- a (,.'II.trr.!". of c\ cry J..r.rl'twJ; : J 01". .

2' >it.* -:'.wYur1 Alexander Irvin, Ivij \V.Ilsingn4i.l.C ,. FRESH DRiJGS.t..PJ r.lh; I i I'hcumatie: I'.niisif; thIJtnntS.; I
ff ("Vigorliugvt/ S,. llwtwrJt.-X. Orleans. 01. G ce. G. .Mavl.c-.vs-, (rccn.siO1tA :31 O'th; i I.; I tl.CfJ
Sprainand :;>L-5 of'every Jcs-cription or t!: ;
J .' 4- / 1'. !W. .Me : t..PJ_ 1I' :) 'r.rt.--"r -r'
:u .I'arms. Coy.-Mobile.g. : J :;. .a_ I
(;i: SToilAu"E"iTsTCRAGE: ,., -- 9 v I v. rtVverart{ M'uit! : ? J.
!n '
_i' ::1 .17.1Sn.: I I Itfth J t. .yi'ic i: ':-.iv'u'i a full; -":j' 1,1 liebh nvc: : : iJ iic: ". j t tp'ifiuucry 7lh Teltor.sof all I,ine.! b this complaint the p; '.

JOlll/// L.1J\ 1) FoR addition to hi i (lH( 4 II" ,':rA tif-it! i ir.! applying the Ointment, mast l keep use pal; .r

NJLJS.IK subscriber li.isrccentlycivejid! a sji-irious build! !,oJ112,11' l..i:, r'- '['ut i 1I1.mrrrr8, gratInatel t.i')'> ; out of water :..
:.n.l.-iv.ijrned having purchased! : of General I SO 23 feet receiving .4 d,: :,CJ >, on !Ira .- -<-ah's of 2inclsos: Li '
ng by rot tun andTIMOTIIYM'CARTY.,11I(1s. > > ; : ; lll.i 1\lIn1"- ftlh I Clii'M.iin-: or put.: xIi'ctet I tl! by fro L'\ 'L .lyctt.f; thctMWiishipoHand! iii Floridagranhi. 1 I j I ie, Lt, : Mayuard a,id S"'st'ddll-\tptlllITal\I I Ink It is nh, one nf the \fw-t ieidme* t lor Burns arJ tlii

t..i, ./ .:) 'by tIny Congress of the United Sutc-: oft'cime St. Marks. December 7th I IS:3 H.\ I 1951 f"BROWN'S !I j P-ivvdr-r ; L-.v.-f: and Rccdo gciuirae Chl'ivinc tr.uth ,: ScaldIt ea-ts !! pnin and draws the fire out in u a\
'. furne.: :: I wa-h, the hut ar :inc Itr.O'.vn lor diseaf-d: tech: and short time.

TJ.-.S j ia id H siiu-ite.1 in tin immediate ivi i hbourhoo'i I HOTEL"j 4 tNSUfl4NCE 1t1IS i nllll.lId : uil l (( hY.'p for clean. infr V"oiItu For Inll.mied! WoRjen's Dreafs, and GlanJukSvolii :
of Tallahassee, and i is 1I 'ieHd lor I I 1.1 Is b.ilt., ot LcMHii t'-r; .
; tctvieg u.istniu-(! :! _'". it i. upprior to trcdic-ine Jet known
I sou, And local advantages, to I be more valuable: than I j oX the West side of the Canitol Square! : I'Ctwcen j" I .tga1hl; I.", or ":1I:1: '"." i i.1 y FIllEr.inbccif'ettd rlolh ; LuriftT nii.l l'h.-.f-p':lIrl1.-> 1.1.dlt: ; C 1 !1L'l''S) : the medic.d: It"utty; Irs\ any m'uch safer than nierrural .
other land in i Augustine and I l'in';: 'ola Stre< Is, Tallahas-I: ; the! lavoniiiii-tem! .'
the nn
any territory. I I Florida. This e.stubli.shincnt nt'i" : >, on :1'| i'<:-li :..\ (& \ ate r t-ilonrs! etc; Iwulir"1.1 glass i ir.k: stands I of any pn-p-nti-).! of that niatcri.-il.) bf.cau itili( I
The Southwestern p.utf tir! township lins the see, ; (to xvhieh the t>iib- ,' artionto i till Sub.scribtr, eiuof! tin: Prcttetiop.j In.-I .H-I.I1)eC and Pounce .lnrx>'.s ; ikury and medicated lo/.eng not lay the patient liable to from o
r of Taliaha.ssec fivwa 4 s.-.riljcr hrs: removed) is novvopcn for the 'uiose ji.I r. ) ) Hartfmd I I UonnccJieut.: I In ; injury expose ol
city which company, '
: point totheihijipii ; i cnterlainnviit., i every applieatimith 't- patent barky, powdi n-i', sago, etc. etc. AH!1 ofhch: [ i c otl! .
t port*f St. Maiks, a (lJst.\I.CC of about twenty milos,, S! public : 1 ? fair C'us/i vj'lue; ofihe i jn-nporiy 11I1I.-.t 1 Ill w ill be sola! eheaj for casli: approved credit. | This Ointment has cure;!5tn uf ninny: years stnnli 1, Cf

n rail road is i in contemplation to be made, in i a. thort --" pt.7Lh1.U.4tfTiTOM\.SBflOWN.- -. _- -- )----- .. ---.--- -- I s ll"ul, a'U'I 1 ;ltLfacto1'Y e V id I ri 1iI'", t(I rill t,liudof 1 the rorrei'tncbs E. U. PERKINS. I i iTalbluivrc ing. U'heie it i- imuo-,;iWe or icipiiulent to )heal( 1 twj :1'.

time. ID 'g.SJ &1i'tD .1illDl l'll h- of the rcpl'I'o'llIt.tilltl i the j ul i nioval IV.--m'.H-r I I.II\! IStf j e\-rnal soio. ill euK-efjuei.c.! of I tl.e l flnlle i liecomn, ? :
The navigation ot the St.brls river has 'been diract :roftltc'Pi.i"nlr.( F lie :.ilvcuvnl'thc I Ofil-c:: :
recently can .ij' or rotten it will the >rtiess of iliecaritf:
iaiprovcd; to a )point within six iii.s;: of the LARGE and complete) )) assort audits: fj.iriiui>saiiil' punctuality ni.iy; bri-.iurtilfn'ly! relied : 176"iTOrl."KlWi.STCWAUT) () ) j i i increase! tin-ipi-iiitity!! ul the stop di.-charge j remove tk et.tS :: 51

Southeastern part (bf t.hc to\v 1hhin, which) : wiJI 1 affordnavigation I J.J&wmUof) Frohh) Drtt all*! \tl'tlicillcsjllq: rl''I.icI..1fm I- l on. E.I IJ. PEUKLNS.. W& r.SPECTFL'LLV: : : I his p1'ofu.1; .1)l en'il'l | I forisivc >nj'l.! atidt-aso the p-im.

for a cheap I and certala traiispM/-taiio.i of j I' v New York., Unltiiiiorcfnr 1 :;tlc, wJJ'k"dl l jj T i tm11ias. FcS.! '>2. I IS-.I.: ti/tf B.Q/: :) til" eiti/: '>us ol" Tall: iluiasee :Mi-l virinity as \ It cures lhs! > \van-l I'eluiis \Vhitlovva! : on :anappi T. .: r.

produce. j and retail. Cc'ntij; I'I .rUiantbnndPi-actilioiicro ,iip- AIJ HI rilATOK'S NOTICE.A a jJI'lIrili'III"1I.fiflt'. His I njTice is uii Jctlciiull j cation of .1.- h-jars. i bc

This land will be soldin parcels! to suit those wish ,1 i.licd on the 141f { tt-i.r oJ.Hil terms LL pcn.1S) having claims a -iiiibt the c&tLc of ::,t. next dot rto :d .. Perkins m.g store. i Rhetinntisin.s wliicli! have stood sit (long as to becontf ,I
ing to puixhasi>, on a credit frniii five to eight ye-al's,1 t E: \v EIX:: 1 Tall.iha I ee Tv.v-23d I I 1633- j h taken in-
; AS. L .1'II"". T.VM.I.I> at rca Jnablclric. -those uis'tiugto' pmrhase( will 1 \i i\Hy29 4 -i ffs Jf i r* Florida. 1 : I to brinir them forward; proof! rly au'heiui.-ited :|i vvardly l to remove them entirely. Bat? in )" comma S
make -- --- ; it J
cither -- -
; application to WILLIAM of[ the 1 undLi-bi:ncd j I OTIC E.--The o.'lkc of the Commis.sioiu.-r of: and all pcrton.:; indebted to tIle .-,.\itl slat" arc required ." 5'J. iI j t I cases bv applying this Ointment externally as directed: : a

HECTOR n.. N UTT\L.L, |!. 1 the eity of Tallahassee," is at present kept i in I to make immediate payment: to the undersigned.THO. i j it will Vive relief. And even in old people! w'*
mi ADEN! pains have been of ataudui it will easel;*
WILLIAM lie: Treasurer's anti Auditor'oflire] in the Capitol. HROWN.. longer r
Tal1aha'"c'cl.)1Jcr P. CRAIG. I 2' tfVILLIS] ALLSTON Commissioner.: _Ju!ne 27, 1 2J[ -lf"-tf| AdmV of'!'. T. \\'t pain. .
-3d .
:33.tJ'Thc I "iff ( To sea captains and master.of vic1i* this o'ntm' ientci t

finrannch Gccrglcnt Chure.ston .'le-cure,, I % D'S TUNIC Ml.YTURE.- PLANTERS' HOTEL. must be very valuable in winter on our co: t it bc J
.1llluta Coiislilutidntist, Sotilhtrn; Iticordtr Millcd :bi ROW subscriber has certain in etVects Chilblains partsattcctei
e- 1 a iierfect and\ lasting' rjMHE taken the PLANTERS' Ilorti, very its on or
yule, Georgia ; Ric'niioiid Kn-jiiinrand Star, Ralegh; cure for the Fever and A llIe. For sale JL andtnktsthisopportunityofinforrninghisfriendsand ; w11P.aNT4 with frost it likewise preserves its qualities Iii a.l 1t

JST. C. ; will publish the a'irc for eightwcckauuJ fur : wholesale jind retail, by n FLETCHER I the public that his HOFbE will bo open for their re -:: mates (

waid their accounts to this oflice.I .V WKSTUOTT: Dfi'SRM, 'paUchicofrt i- ccption on the 1st of March 161.Ji& J. A large mass of testimony proving the value ortlu3:

-- .r* Florida i lf .KID DA R M. MOOR most excellent medicine will be shewn to those ya ft
I PROCLAMATIONOF ; '.* I hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and -ll a Superior Court(11'/ lli/ Middle District j- wish further information oa application to Di (

\\ estcottmy aircnts bribe alc of" Rowand's ton, or to any of his authorized agents. I.
Florida Leon KFlTLTj 1
n .Dm(6J':: J1t.tB l' Tonic Mixture" in the Tcrritury Held the County, \ The above medicine soM! by special appointment I
9 of Florida Eastern : at Ciiy of Taliliiss.sce.!: : ; on Thursday the and warranted genuine.U. .
::__ part of Alabama, K patentee
Secretary lctiiig-fJovcrnor of the Territory Weblcni of the .litli (lay of April, UJ; J.A.SLAUGllTElt / supply of Landreths. superior garden, 13. PilKKINa', DRL-CGIST.
oj Florida. part Georgia ; who are" iblc to furnish & c. LABU'/AN .Ll1r1i) and llovvcr seeds just received and warrented I 27lr.
the said m.'dicincs\ to all who may apply to thoni OHas fresh t ; by E.U.PERKINS.October Tallahassee. February .llh 1631, a
IN pursuance of the Laws of the Territory of f favourable terms as they can obtain from the proprictor Coniplainunts, 5 20th.! Itf.A : PILES?
regulating Elections, it i is hereby 'pro hilll df." "Signed, agaiist ) DUMFRIES ItEMEDVFl{. THE bt

claimed and made known, that: on the first Mon- "JNO. R. ROWAN" CAROLINE JAMRINGGOLD(: { In Chanceryiidminis'.ratrix The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which'
rf .1 ; G. I Rm old! I ROV.LlND'STON does with the fullot confidence) one of the in< 9t t "
day in May, in the ;ear of our Lord one thousand "Philadelphia, Oct. 2-Uh IK33." 2ltfA sun's j 'alaj i
deceased, and 1 11 id i mil and !Maiy Ilinggold. ) able remedies known for this trouUesome and' paw-
eight hundred and thirty-four, the t following namedpersons AD JI lSTnATOIt'S NOTICE. ; Defendants.) ) MIXTURE. complaint. Without going into detail, he deems I Knough Co

were elected Members of the next Lc sc- LL persons having cl.iims ajrain.u till I IT: appearing to the .satibfactinn; of the: Court, that FULL supply of this valuable nicdirinc i is just: to say, he has in his possession the n't oft

ntive Council, as appears from the Election,\ ( ADAM HuNTftR, late of Gad.sdrn tl'I"'J; the defendants do not rc-side! in tin Territory, but received. I hal! Itcrct1lcj'lJ'wc it constantly on doubted! testimonials that it has more comp It1lm.:

turns made to me as required by law. arc required present thc.n duly aulhcnti'county;alul, (with I ; in the State of Georgia : Un motion of the complainants hand. swcred hue purposctor which it is intended, tnaa 3111

From the. county f Escambia Thomas 1\I. in the time prescribed by l.nv, or they will lie 1'r; I counsel, it is ordered that; tiic said defendants IT is WARRANTED TO BK A SAFE AND EFFECTUALRKMKDT other popular medicine, n,

Blount and George \V nlker. barred. Those indebted to the estate, ar; icqucstedto do appear here on or: before tIll lust Monday i in VOU FEVER ANI> AGUE, IF TAKEN AGI EEAla..E This remedy is perfectly innocent in its arphc3:10to :ions i ,

From the county of JVallon-John L. McKtnnon. make immediate payment. October next, and ;nitvver the complainants I bill, the TO TUP. Dir.rr'TIONS. Reports having been circulated all conditions, ages and SMCS. Full direC sacli

JNO. \. G. HUNTER, Ex'r. Sid bill will betaken pro confrsto, and the mattersthereof that this mixture contains arsenic, { am directed by description of the complaint Ac.: accompany eta

From the. counties of Washington' Franklin July 5th, 183.1. ((47-8vv) I decreed aecorJingly : Provided, a copy of the P* iq-rief to say: that these reports are utterly fche packet, which con: ;t* of two boxes. Uwlu1tmt L5t

Eben J. \''ood.From ,- I this order be inserted in the Floridian, a newspaperpublished -and 1 am also ant horiil'd( to oiler a Reward of J 10000 ,- Electuary. Price, .*. for the whole, or oU ceflbut

the? fS IIE legal representatives ot Latintis AnnJ .I inTalaluuicc! : once a week for ft.urm nthsiUfCcs&ivcly ) Dollars to any one who will prove the existenceof One o'f the articles i is wanted.
county of Jacbon'illiam S. Moor- stead and all others i saic1 ] the least particle of Arsenic ; Till ITCHHOWKVIIR }[I'
and Henry J. Holmes. concerned, will! [iltMsrUike previous 1irst2IoiidmyofOctobc:r } : Mercury, Antimony rm* CERTAIN CURE FOR
ing notice that I have (tiled with the Clerk of t the (A e.opy ) '1', or any other poisinous ingredient: in it. in hour' tfoanm

From David the Ochiltree.county of GcclsJen-Jolm\ C. Love. Superior Court for Leon County, Middle Districtof May_10. |P: -.11l11! ] JAS. S. LINN, Cl'k. In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits, inveterate 4'r from taking: one cold, by arl'IiCD. )

nnd I Florida] a petition for the division of a certain I NOT 1 CJ E. persons except authoiiscd agents will be furnished Ii toy t fries' Ointment. 'This preparation, for pleasa ies i
From the county of Leon-Arthur Macon and. Tract of Land with two Houses A LL the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am and stald3 w niI.issp. ;
thereon claims
demands ,
situated, persons having or against safety, expedition ease certainty
H. Duval. for Middle Florida
Samuel agent and assuicd M.Rovvand .
am by tJ
on the St. Marks river, nt Hockhaven, in the said! 1. the Estate of DANIEL FAUST lateof said County, I led for the cure of this troublesome comp.amt.! i
_ From the county of Jefferson-Abraham B el- deceased arc them that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccles,) well certain in its as to car!
( county of Leon, containing about 560 acres of requested to present duly authenticated not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by rapid, as as operation Lour sap
Jamy. Land .which land as the law requires, within thc'timc prescribed diagrceb1cdisordermost effectually! iu one
entered in
was the him
of to in Middle
_ From the counties Madison name! be forever any person Florida, except to me :
of and Hamilton Latinus or barred : And all persons in wise Arsenic plication only !
I Armstcad and H. W. Urn den ; and thata If has been discovered in mixture calledRowamVs r. ot
Archibald McNeaK I indebted to said estate, arc called upon to make immcdiaLc any It docs not contain the least particlo ofmC.V[ ivithl
motion will he made it must have beta
the in
at the t' "d
next. term of the some of spurious utations. -
I be
From the counfts of Columbia payment to the undersigned.MARY other dangerous ingredient, and may aPr.
Jllachua, nnd\ Superior Court for Leon for the All persons therefore who wish the genuine chllJre? at
county, appointment FAUST Aministratrix. lemalos or to
HiUlborouglt-Gtd Humphreys.From Tonic Mixture should be perfect safety by pregnant
commissioners to make the said tliv ion. June 21 1831. they purchase -
{45tf.J] the breast. .
the county of Duval-John Warren- June it: My label will be en bottle sold: by me:
1834. every
21st -I5-17w H.
[ ] W. BUADEN. box with
Price 37 1-2 cents a amp1edireCdh'1
From the county of JVosjau-Joseph Higginfoothum : DOCTOR'S WILLIS & RANDOLPH have us- E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida.: None unless signed on tsiJc
ID" genuiune
:'. SIX months from from date, I will present \ in the practice of medicineand Nov .3d latf. are sole 1. Iii cJDER,
my offer their printed by tho proprietor
From the counties of St. Johns and .JlIosju lice- Hon. far Court a settlement, and shall apply to I the between the professional Plantcr'3 Hotel services and to Lambert's.the public. 'HtDUCTOR Office SURGERY( &c.-Hoctor W. W.- immediate wrapper successor to the I (late I)r. W. '1.': COIf\Y Court!fI .-
County Jackson
Joseph L. Smith and Benjamin A. Putnam. Dismission county, for Lettersof : respectfully announces himself to For sale at his Counting Koom, over JNo his
From the Monroe Richard as Administrator of the estato of DAVID JOHN McLEMOKE. citizens Concert Hall, Boston, and a1.o.}i
- county of Fittzp>:at- ROWELL late of said the of Tallahassee its vicinity a practitioner street, near --.4))
rick. GEORGE WALKER. JNO.county, deceased. RESPECTFULLY inform his friends that heh aa in all branche of the medical profession. special appointment, by'B (11,cT.
Executive Office July 17th 1834. 49 M. C. ROWELL. Adm'r., duties of 1 his rrorc sjno. He has taken the office formerly occupied by Doctor : PERKINS, DauG
[ tfj J
24th June 1834
[47.6mJ Nov 23d 15tf AiKcn, and morc reccutiy by Dr. Cray 29tf Tallahassee March 10th IciUj. ;; :;tf


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