The Floridian

Material Information

The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
February 7, 1835
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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JOS. M. WHITE* a Candidate toat gag i.oent tvhifeb uwkjpftce on ther 2CH4 beti
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the Territory of Florida in the the garrison )Bona andfjhe troop jif"Aj f ..rrr

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r"II7athorited to announce Colonel JAM tl e,AM 01 the cavalry; and by the Caliph, tb.

:SDEN, a candidate to rcpiesent the tci 'to' : Bey's bm .er-m-Inv. It appears ttat on the 12 h

ofi1oridain G the' 'JtbConrres of the UmtedJUlY a corps of. ( '_ ';consisting i of about .9? 0 j
7h J .13. 5' "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." men, and accompanied by a threat number of .

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Authorized to announce Maj. W\t
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i w; candidate to represent the tern- Q_ Q Im 1L 1It.lgsmmt 11'rnmmTJr m1rt V = fore day-break; had killed 21 men, and earned *1F V
WYATT in, a the 24th Congress of the United & cy< 7aQ rr e above 2,000 head of cattle. _. V

Jt1J F1 rida, July 27th 1833. SOlf STORAGE BUSINESS. ..- V A considerable body or French troops were V V

a\lthorised to announce WlLLlJUd B. T: : HE subscriber has sold his Improvements in I Superior Dueling urshaPs Sale. V immediately dispatched against them, and in !:- .

1J& as a candidate to represent the the town of Su Marks, but wishes it distinctv FOR sale low, for cash, pne case a writ of Fieri I trairenjent ensued which resulted inthe defeat ,:of
(.rjTTJLL I ol$,complete with all the Faring to me deli- the Arabs with the loss
) 150
understood i killed
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I' 24t1 of the his friends n
thc that .
: in congress he has no design ratus. Cost in London 30 expose at public sale! before the gnvt
jtll'IlD11o' 1833 5tf u Ieavln the pound l number wounded, and prisoners. The Frer.rft
( Territory, aid nas rented the buildngsold J. F. DAVIS in the City of Tallahassee I
hy him for the At W-n. 'a in March next all the had only one man killed, and 6* waund.J. T..: t
enduing twelve months TaMahissec: right, ti-
SLiles.IUEL '
fi STEPHENS un January 21th 1335- -
[ F'eich
dean r the expectation of putting of Georsre"hrpard, to a Negro cavalry pursued the retreating foe a distnnce l V
1 at Laic.eatfd d up more spacious of levied p7o of 12 leagues. '
.Wormy convenient improvements before the Superior Cut Sally on as .
himself in Quincy, Gadsdcn ConnJlA ion of the lease. expira-. received .direct l nard, to satisfy *atii writ in favour LONDON, Dec. 19, (evenin r.)-The Pam pt- V
S 1\:nnl will practice in the Court of Ap- JOHN V JUST fi'Ot111IC :.! : I,. Sale will talc place within the pers are almost wholly occupied with the affur of V
and for
sale low for .
( of Gadsdt-n Leon and E. RANDOLPH, Marshal the Nniionnl
{ Courts and the !Hlluseof Peer We
Superior Marks CUT GLASS
he Nov. 14th, 1834. 14tf superior DECANTFRV with FISHER Marshal. tjreelsewhere
ffi&f24lrcnr.; Liberal advances made on Cotton for New match. Apply to 1 fJ5ds] : a"few brief extracts from lie speech of
M. Carrel which: his friends will
Y ork. J. F. DAVIS, at W.n. : aimitta hrtz
JI11UIIJAl'IES 1\1. SCOTT J. B. P.l.ii. Tallahassee Jan. 21th IR'i 2tif NOTICE. been more l h.ld and eloquent than I'Ttld'nt. M.

A. 1'1EP-4)N & J. weeks after dau', I will mike !: [ ) term of Leon count curt, Carrel spoke ofa government of .IournDlc, wi.ic'i
JTTORXEY JIT LAW. FIUlt : the he did not wi Jiidse; of the County Court on estate of Gcorse Dewey but tb. attack -
located him *lf in J ontic.cUo, Jefferson county, for an order to sell the ::\s: hif! accounts and vouchers for settle- oflhe National on the Peers*, and his deu'in>j

0vjG"", Florida tenders his professional her- quarter of section 2Jlown"hir1, North JOS. W. KLEIN. is an attempt to place the journals tipoaa hi:.uer
rtstOtlt tizcus of'T' enerlr.I I Hew containim: right: acres l fonjriu! ; to ] eminence than the House of Peers, and put an
intlicGnarts of thc Counties of Le nfflp David Holder laic of slid end lo its influence
rountv, : by de iroyin i its charn-jirr. .
anj the I (;nnris of Thomas V Jd fl. 17 IS35 : GARDEN SEEDS. ,
jGaJsdcn, (23-4)) CFT.XRl'.UTTR whole business liJ
1 seems likely aid h1'H'W -
3ccrsnfl d" Georgia. He olso\ tenders his services from the Society of :
Shaking Qua- and the National is
"dLotl"D m'co el1crI','r.s a collector and pledges himi Merchant JH| Tailors NOTICE. Conn. a Iarjo; assortment of and'could now an object of public ts\m- :
tee1IoflS. and attention. Office Jn MonWHITE. : of probably conomaml or influencea .
ntt\1 'a //APPLICATION will the eroxvth of ]l31 for
mrulc: 'the ,
at hr
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to rl1 !"section
Jt1f IS popula tjIn,just Mr.O'CoiK
..tALLAItAsr &. Term of the County Court for Ion MARTIN $- HA It I'. "
I J a scttlnnentofalt [ .' v] nel influences a large portion of the people of Ire-
( the
20 ( _________________________ .r 't V FLO ac-; 'unts of the ). land. .
HID A. F 1.OTO, deceased, of\vlii.-Ii all couromcd' -- -L-
iV.'R notice. lIEN (Ml AIRES, \0 m. : CB T Q The allusion of M. Carrel to the case of Marshall V -

PRACTICE LAW in the Courts of.!JCtl' BETSEV Ney, produced a rcmirkihlc: explosion; in

1ITILL dIe F1or1da i .Jackson Cbiintv and the Court 19th December, 18'M. [I9l.\ls"| } FROM EH ROPE. which our Peer, General Excelmans, united with :

ro-OrFlcE, 'VaIlaIiasSce.Iv 1 arrived at Boston, the New the Journalists in assertins that the death of the
1 als. ISiLniRrI1] NOTICK. omm"rrc has received London lid Marshall was a judicial .S.1s.oiJ 1inl1. A-, V
J 1 18i4. [ _ THE public in business! are informed, that thcl' j of December lOth and Liverpool predicted in a letter from Paris, which w we swell

AMES-A.otELLOR ; fi E I OT. \Wvatt and the subscriber.existing between R. II. ( : I was prorogued to the IGth received MMMC days a ;(, Carrel had! said runny

AND .\ATTORNEY LAW,) Jan. 26, 1835. [2.1-3wj Dissolution \vas eon
{ in the Court (Ir Appeals;-Th( V STAGE TO J.-\CK80 ; to that cfll-ct was -xpectcd to :Jlit-! article incriminated, though that represents( 't
WILL practiCe Courts of Loon, Gadsikn: ninl Jark.: : in a very few days L was, hon- this :enihly! ys composed ol f B/maparted?

,. Territory "f Florida' ; and in the fnr'rlOl'' The public I the Tory pinj would gain hut lit- oilicers( and I his Attorney Ccuernls.: M. Carrel's .
tI e South DIRECTIONS.: that I h 'Ii by i the n snre also two ; of is. Dcwtur crmnlics, of the a regular : 1' t ii:' I I ; members the Ministry, whr>
wr.snf circuitd the Siuleof Gp'Jrgl3. Rcsi'Jcnccdt1as5rc. The Height indiSlpcllurble.I. -_. ges has been Nt-uiland says1 don't think ti- I were his oo 'editors,. and whose contributions 'lo

11judieia? =ovcniter %')i] 1S33.: J.itfjOhN I. Round the chest under coat. between V illalu>M.'e and Jacksonville ,. : can."gain above three votes by n
2. Do. Waist. 8 brings; leaving Tallahassee every : will And a r..i"l1ll| in Scotland s.s v. ; I jot) 1ui-; COlkistencV th.m!;1J j it nay fur taler.--.
J. AD41S 3. From back-si am to elbow and knucKle joint. ing and Jacksimille one or to rll1scryati The of 1 I. Thiersis i :
4. Round the arriving at on : and more Li! H'I I power > i is not less cn.picllm _.
(.iTTORSEl" 'JT 1..7W,) .. From the liip-j thigh.itit to the ancle. whence travellers to the North will find ) OF THE HcIAlEX1' !' t hf' u-tic!(, h\. which__ __. _he__ (_'Xr.iIPI n_.,.,.! H... .r.,,nn'" },. f.",
veyaiKcto St. Angntineby Stages, and over !ro\v I i'''e ;d11!. Government th ;
I n.jI ,.
rf tfrtmarrd from Cl-iincy to Appahchirda Buy. Py the above sc.ilc of measurement. !cntlcmcn at ndi by the Steamboat., Fate th'ronirli rach \\ deliberation, it In?, we !V.liove, whHi he (' pe'i
by ra'ies ;
es. ClJamllCr ,
II He wttlrqru'.nrly 8 1:'end tbc Coiuts held at the ranc. may be enabled to forward their measures.jich Jan.25 the balance of 'n'r of D pll i ', V
1R33. [2Jtfl J.NO. C. public;* '
Qnin- nnd Mjriinna ; nnd U-ie:! animil term \..: \\ill'et' ,rtnft with 'ro'n". attention.GOODS lutun of the existing parliament.! I around the new.-In both ciss tn*; ambition -fthe j

firCimrtof i[! Appc-iU: at.Tallahassee. Lrtters addrer.d r _ FOR : siI4r4.I IV 1 not a\\a.of 'br.>c reasons, thc "rc- I man is gratified, though probably at the t.vpense -

L( him,ps" p7trf: will ho attendt d to. Nb\V TRACT of land, situated in Jpfft has led to Ihi- cnlldtlci'H' of .

cbrury7'11. ui1.: [2G-fj: __ A on the mad lending from : : '; t| \ any opi.iion: beyond vhu wi The Chamber of Deputies has also been employed. -

A CARD.HAMLIN .4,:Itg 'lbtiIH', fourteen; : miles distant from the stated-that we ;>t least are r..t I Two propositions lor fnn amnesty vre iS.0. V
1A1IJ1 12Qiii of' 440 a.-rrs, 2UO of which i is hammock ( ( ; ne'cs-sity: rf uch a proceeding.; siinutied the! standing cmmltee*, eightor i.L"e

V. SNELL.JTTOl H A. PlKHSOXi Co. woulil rcspjrifiilly inform hickory: : and the! ball.incc pine and \('\'( in si.uinvli: -u -\e bcl.cvt- or which! rejected them, so tha they will not' 1:-:-

.n' 1.1", .U.lT..IC1l1C01. Fla.r11l S tlicir rustoinqvs and thc j'niblick CHCilly arc cut don aril 1 1.10:; under fence. t rolnrion will trhrf'l in ::1 d erg.J a puliltc discl1 sion. M. Passey has fcctMreelected
:\"Er "(! thc) on1 m\v cpcnins their new Stock of I pl.irc; a dwelling i corn and fodder hnu'; 1 probdbly! before the end; of tl.e! Vice President; by 270 out of 31 1 vol-v.
IJlhinr's confided him witl, IlltlttSn Ii | ( ..
tb-nJ to .o -
i ins il: good repair: and a saw ami gnst The squadron Ttnilon has
mmct-nli'v. !Hr. -Nt I I Itf!! 1 ..Al..JVJN'rEU, GOODS .-ThcEu-lof been ordered to"
.. I pair. Alo the mules, oxen, corn, f fodder lterll'cn has IJC'cn take in Ion
provisions < ix
f.f 1.irsLEsLUttCSud: _J'\" I). \T"'l'- just j received from New York, c insisting ofaf l'lrnlilllSSlllth linn i lit enil s, and a prime ranof I.luiri Admiralty to the Co'ouial 1 Deparl- months in all haste, :'tnlwa .
COlT Jr. Ei1i1e. I Cllt snpnlinc Cloths, anti.Vcst- i in which, is included a I.Il:1rk"lOilh, ( for Earl de Grey, who is to be First tobeady for sea hy the 16th. It is'rtlie
-- ---- --; -CUIU"t. -T- i iti;>, of a great; vaiiety, selected from late unportnliims l.i uyenn1 lir.u.e servants. Fur terms command Admiral! Clerval and its desta,atiou -
(,'acit'z County of the most fashionable ord"r.-Likewise, au
J3I!.r.('IUr\1 J ('OCt:l a!s"rtm.nt of fancy Articles for Gentlemen's FIVV'rJ': r. rIB Fore. ls. the oiders Admiral Kous io, who i is to contltui

'n. 7 Jsiinary Ttii tt 1S35.jR. j lrc&, yi;. :--Stories of every description, t lo\es,, i .T.i-: 2') '--1' we understand to be Chancellor Ambassador v o the Ottoman;, and Comnirn- V
J>': l'AIlP'.r.o'r.. S Su'.pcudi, Pongee lllidfs., Fronts and; Collars, fin0 ''". der: in chief of the French Navy in ArrhipeaVitfi -'. V

T'mtlcftnlhlt; nil! <.:lic- persons int'rcstrd\, I Linen Shirit, Hosiery, kc.-Splendid! Seil', Fur, and I j. re-ll '. .Jet : i is tocrn mof Lord Clleji- \ such powers persuasion as a well eqns >- this cuit ILt' ln-on cninKTd ; Cloth( Cap, fine Silk, Plush, and llc.1vcrllats of the \ Grant, and M,'ssrs. PKvita and ped! fleet at Iris command Ambassador
The an
Ijj' Ai"\iit\ic\'T, iisu.-d fr *..i llio C J nrt, and I l laslcsl f\ .h inn. subscriber has just received I I i may Le
expected to be attended V
iiiMi Ui lie Ti .xi nbovc sprifi: :d, They arelu.r'dt ( A ccr.rral; assortment ofrc:1 -lall Clothing; made 20 lbls. Irish Po'aloe?, is appointed Jud c Advocate Ge- to. :
;,<>;". ir and \An"i'to\ li1:' 4 l"'l! xtMti ion filed 1 up I by the subscribers! in the most faithful and 'f.i hiuiialilc 40 do. sujx-rinc Flour, S 16.-Aller a Council of Minister .
n'titd case. 11. II. M. DAV1USON, i stylo, consisting of Jrorco.i's, Frock & Irtf s 2. li" xeb Cheese, of Sir James Scarlet having a l held yesterd evening the first division! of tic

J ..n, 10 2 -in Atv. forPlnintifl"ADMIXISTRATOR'S ''c.tlsnnd Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet L 10 do. Scotch Herrings, Lord CoiwVrincre is to g. to J Ire Polvtechuic School was disdiargeil. The pup .,'. V : V
, NOT1CB.- Chinks Wrappers. Pantaloons nnd V e-.tsnf almost 10 eI.". Sperm Candles : or to India as Governor Ge c:mposit)rriat{ division, to the number of li"j,

very ilcsc'iplion, 'imrtiuj which arc rich fibred and I 30 do. Soap, in Chief. quitted the t'stabishmeut this morning. 4
.,LLL Hun jwryi'is iMvii)*; m.iu-i> aiaiiK tin! late louLlcbruu.lcd"dn[ t tind fine black Cloth and I 2 Moravian Pines; y believed I that 1\ dssolvtian of Par December 17.-The ordinance dismissing tl rl j
uf Gculsdsn .
.,,0 by un:ii'i 'ti ri'ii"J.-i,t'!,pni i inpiopcily county auiuonlica-arc CassiinercTalentIa :,11 white Marseilles Vests. kc. 21)() kegs Lml, soon after C'Hi-'tm=s. first division of i tht Polyteclmic School }lisa beticarried > V
t.J the FneMaiiuo and Lamb's Wool ;( U- :ltirTsand Drawers 10 do. Goslit-n Butter, six o'c.c1., p. M, i ir.o execution.: It was at the
wiliiiu tun clmdt.II'r l l !La v '" momentthe '
-fine Nrtt Silk and Doc-tKin! Undcr-Vcsts l.'OOlbs.:: New Orleans :) ; luue now
Su transpired
an I :
ar Professor
"Icclt",1 l 11
JNO.; rAti! >(CHAN, Adm'r.Of wie yesterday at the lecture -
excellent article for invalids.A With; an assortment of oilier Groceries ) Suncyor Jtiiei-al of Ord:
Br.wlashbum! cc'J l room that Hie General (cccornpnaied by the
quantity of course Clothing suitable for the lowest cash prioos.
Jan. Sth, IP3I. 2-2tf. Ncjrrocs, director of the stiidits and the oKccr.softhesch!
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and ixu assortment of II dia Rubber! Surtunts, Peajackets GEORGE II. LTNDEl' : of Ordusn.'C. : Valuable No and Trowscrs, warranted: very durablo and I T\ll\liasce31st. January 1835. 25 I : ., Lord Arlvocaic. came to annouce tliHr dismissal; to the pupils of V
!rroes For Sale. under : t the flirU Ili'i iHl. He exluH tell them to receivi i .
perfctly'at r.proof, a--e oflercd for I.lIe'y the subscribers N. B. The subscriber Secretary of State for ;
i PllIME! gang of 25 ftHlSIt!OLS M c oflercd tilt' i iHL unveiy low terms. A deduction rf 10 per : e'd mcnts (or tlte vcrv cxtcneive returns his :1'1 :.I t this iiows with calmness and I rebi!natton. The

.. sale,vim arc we II a'juaintcdvth th: rulturc .f I cent will be made for all orders accompanied with rcrj.iveil, and pbdgcs hi'ns'lf tint ( that the Duke of Bucclcuch i is- General l was greatly :af ctcd; he was answered by
:a til nanJ;:! Su;:Can(. if r.ot sold :.t private: sxlc, I hIey lie rash.Q.T" hill be want i 115 toj,lcasc tie! people; nothing ia ':! :H1t..f Ireland. unanimous! cry of'Vin :le General! Vive M.
,111f ilcr-dat public; : Ar.rtioi: at Tallnhisscr, :: I'iie: subscribers return their sincrrc thnnks foil" g- Lon fan Cuuricr, Dec. IR. Iuknmgivent nos'Capita tnes. "
.3 the lnjlicst ,
itid'lcr.out''c 7th d P' cf February ue oX t liberal'
thecry patronage heretofore ivceivrd, and :
If 1 publish the most iniero-stinj Joel SPAIN.
U1t5tflurtay: ""id ttltll.Jb wuuld I their anJ stiict attention .
hope by asiduiy Marshal's
\ It. "i. Sale. we "have fur a I long while Ind A letter fronjJqJrid of the 8th
'Wtl'.fo.-il: : .t1iWc \lclt'UinV&I i. i 11 to busii'ei.- merit and receive a continuation of the I I S:1ys-c'Gcnc-- V
"Van f ( of a uiitof readers-tic! arldn-ss] of Sir I ral l Llauder the Minister
rreufrivd ti f T finlli'T ,>artiruaiThe ; --. j :S.thlC. Byirtl I Vi-rie Facial : new of War who was -
!KtCKOl \\il! piiMlivHy '11: s zu1d l l, n<" thc pur. I itCr All orders will be thanKfully: rccivcd ; and a S I shall expose at pu'ilie! silo constituents, the electors of the so expected( yesterday, Was stopped at Siragossa. *
'ii I s oftlii'owner an* ntiivly i"i.lcrcut IV un j pI l in'in j I I i tit c'}' hive en, a srd; in their C'nplny .steady and firat d 1"1'the of firt thc! C.-url M-juie in the City of It is not an ordinary! dec- I It seems tJiat: he Ins desired to have an ,interview .

u i-itta aua\trsioiit.> o'.vi that !lWH l i.f proiailJNO. I y 1 iatf wouKMfcx, they arc prepared: t-j execute all orders on tIc chim Saturday in March next, all but contains a full anti tiurl with Mini. Thrir c inference will have a very
J and interest of \\
3. CAR\OCHAN. at the ihni' cst notice. and in t'ic' rno;t durable: and and to tlc lliall: G. motives which induced Sir b'ncficial! result! and remove beforehand the difc- ''
)IOA following ,
-, LSU.js1: __(2 ilJ.s ) I f, llioih\I).c style.. TnllahAss-c. Oct. 2i. $111-Cm.I Souh: half of Lot No !:.">, au'lthc LOTS whol", office, of.the principles! on which I I I i I fica tt'; that;-' arise in in a crrepmndence"V V

o TIC U. ; S. NOTICE. 'H;, \\ ilia the improvements'thereon, is to he conducted, and of the o-: 13 \roxy 2, Dec. 13.-Persons! who are usually .

I FO', CID all '. pjyiujanv Nile or Aocowuti I on :18 the propcity of said Bur css, to ( wiilch; be entertains on some of welt inlttrmcil, tte that: M-irtinez de la Rosoj
i ,James I). \\ < *,,.!.?, /f tl.e ftstitf (If Anthony: IX, months from date, I will present my vouchers I ccutiun in favor of th
er:7JUUS LAA1IJEllT, A-Imi County. for Com a settlement of G.ulsden, and shall apply for Letters to the of[Dis 1'r;I. Sale will take place within thf IIslnll, no hesitation in saying that the I II expected at B.iyone: on his way to Paris, in which: i
county .
THOMAS II. IL\N I i to Sir liobert and he wilt observe:
mission as administrator of thc cs-talc ot Thomas A. except on I city v to the events which may?
UNION BANK (IF FLORIDA.iy Peebles, late of slid: county, deceased. Jan. liy a'ltf A. A. ;, it is toler.iblv! satisfactory.. arise from the accession of the Tories to power.
\OTICE I. i given, Turn; an election fo j STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, A m'r. () '' one of the f'muis on It is not, however, ;p.iVithvly known whether tlu?

Direc'o isof th's Bd'ik, Mill (be held at November 21. 1831. 19-Gm ., i is the most impor. I General[ Mini, after having made two succe-
LeBJakigI1t _- Negroes and Land at t !'! The isis has 'I fill towards the
I >c.inthe! City of Tfellabas -c, on HENUV D. ATKINSON tis. V ti prtscnt ci irruptions, one south as f far as -
uday the IG h P&ru 'n' next. \ On the 10th day of February IriHj, i of the Church question, nnd 1 1;I Tudela, the other! to the French frontier. has jut

,. 1 ROMIXI LEWIS, Ca.shcr. WMLIAM G. Btlit IttS. \ 10 o'clo-k A. "l. at the Hoiue.f Ch to say, neither Sir Kobori Pool), rctuined! to Pnmpclunn. In these excursions theCa !
WasseeSih January IHj:. i .-td Scwell in lecatumC.u.'ty Ga it Public thinks as lie does, l b;? he who he rlits wore not bold enough to engage in con : :
E Defcnd-iut is notified tint Plain
11'11 : hereby the
ilhe Editor of the Per. or 20 Likdyc r(c.s ; Consisting of i fit i flct. Min.i's
leo a Gazette. Florida JL liffhas filed his PETITION in the Superior Court to deal. i : tnwips are now well equipped. In ) '
uicabove I Apabcliiroia! Adverii] r.urwnnl plea..e for the comity of Leun, and .Middle' District of Florida :- and>cime Children laud with:-Also comfoitaMe a Plantation! of takes up the nostrum, so pom- j! order to counteract the sinister reports spread by :'
notice ihiry dan" a:1 ( their a wclill by Lord illI the House the Carlisle Mina has aiMre.ssed! circulars the
onnts for pa"Jn tit. to Foreclose a JJorlgnge given by the Defendant to House, 1 iQ acies Mndcra good fence, Bretighnm (: j' to 'to
-- ,Jt thc s.iidPhiinilon' the foll/JwillgdeiicriueJ Property, i huiu'rui' bu-iheU of Corn, with Folder, Su f properly is iImaieuibfefron! curates' of all the provinces under his command, j'j
NOTICE.fc led l and Personal, (to wit:)-The Northwest cpiarter: mill, and various, other Farming Utensils / ecclesiasticallnrpases; and I in which he assures them of the respect and velie- 1-

-.t Tz. -Urd.u, I Mill apply' fo thc Jud.c and the West half' of the Northeast quarter of sectiontwentyeight. road Wajfon, one Cain Lrc, one Jersey, I to-lor lie has the merit o fV, raion which his troops have for religion.--The fJ
KA 1C ulltyC'"lrtofL'on' for Lcttc-rsof The Northeast qu.irtcr of section 0110 Horse, Household Furniture(', and l explicit MS to improve the dis- ':remains of Carnicer's have been attacked and ,
l -. omntv .wc.nty-ninc, Township one and iati;C one, Noi ih and Also of the of beaten in General .
m.Duuatifn on the c.tl1 TiicuvuiLVft It. Tno- a pad present crop, 152 bazs the G>;.urch, so that Aragon. Lopez has taken
:&s. of said county. deceased.WILLIAM of West Florida., situated TlteV in the county half of of the Leon Lot and designated Tcirilnry on tnn, 5 or C bbls. .Si'jar I but =yn p, HJ; i be extended, and the interests signal revenge upon the Carlists Custom House .
tle, &- I Thess officers who cut off the of of the.
TRADE WELL of Tallahassee Religion promoted. ears some peas- .S
the number
original plan as nineiyive -
January 4" .183". JJ Cw -A female slave named Martha, about fiftec.i: Terms made known on the day" of. sale. certainly, and in England ants. He burned down the Custom House, and Ji

'EXOVdTI'G LIJ UID- years( of a e-a female filavc! named Sally! about thirty: P. s.The Plantation CHARLES is 2.1 miles from t ,mpanied by a fair commutationt: shot the cheif clerk,' two Serjeants, ond several V it

Parcd1ndSoldby }L-carsof; a"e-and her child Kilty Ann, about twoycaisofage. Jan. 24, 1S'S5. 2ltd t Sir Robert has always been a: accotnj lices. 'V
R. S. BERJMRD, Drug CALL WALKER, : Bur, in so f far as re- BELGIUM. \

KUtJfORJ.'OLK, VIRGI.' Pbillt iO"s Altorncye.TaMilns CE11TA1X CURE FOR which Sir Robert also applies BRUSSELS, Dec. 18.-The Chamber of Repre 4 ;.

w., 5th Dec. 18T1.-I7cowflm inveterate !in one and even ridiculously inef: sentalives, in its silting of the 15th, 16th, iuI 11h.

tn B'i1 DI ;:)'YzaI\ce Just Received HOWEVER cr from t31,1IIcold by f distribution of the Church re- discussed the projer.t of the law for raLsinjjnll taxes

.S.BEpcARD.s RENOVATING LIQ.UID for fries' Ointment. 'This preparation, for as well as here, is no doubt 10 per cent, in order to !hate a fund in reserve to

tht tiug a.1 l kinds 01'0.1"1 Paints, Tar, and Grease B Y and the subscriber Stationary a-general The London assortment and American of Books safety, expedition ease and certainty, I more than this is required be l he ready in case of a war with Holland. _

bazint d h ate! whored] Silks, Satins, Cioths, Annuals for 1835-Music for the Piano Forte, Flute led for the cure of this troublesome ; i that country can be consider On the first of the above days the Minister of -

if Cut I (r Veh'cts, wilh ?bilrccentanti IU' or Piano Forte Instructors-Metal lined Cocoa and disagreeable disorder most effectually in : and bloodshead. tides of which fixed the amount of the army for
v ''u>hc chemical discovery is oft plication only 19. Mr. O'OonhclI 1835 at 11O,000men
ft. $ i Boxwood Flutes-Georgia and Carolina Almanacksfor ] and his party not including the civic giwrd*
thfbecessity Vy the t b-.cri .-It almost supt:r- 1S25, &. frc, WM. WILSON. It does not contain the least particle of ": to make the most of; This is the same amount that wua fixed t for ISM; V__ V

:o lIg; e" Fifty nidying cents, and worth the Scourer's will secure c'"roa Jan. 3 21.tfNOTICE.During __- I oth perfect dangerous safety by ingredient pregnant females and may or be I of things. We do not, indeed hi I and the government see no reason to,,ujodiiy itt
' Merrh' under .
care a straw whether Sir present circumstances.
breeches from criticism" twelve my absence I the breast. Roberr. _

If I t.LtSlike a charm uin silks oftbe finest from the Territory, Col. A. MURAT will act as my; 1 1attornc Price, a71-2centsabox, with ample or Lord Stanley is Mrnisieiit POLAND.

" iom I in the mnStfltly removing tlc taints; of grease, ,'. C., D. JACMINOT. To those afflicted with O'Connell's hatred, FRONTIERS OF POLAND, Dee: 6.-The Emperor
"IDVCt *least --tuu-; the fabric its lftheI an. 3' 21-tf of which he is the mouth-piece, Nicholas! has traversed Poland without leaving-a
Wore iTrf od Srocnts of wax upon Coat collars THE: celebrated Albion Ct rn Plaster is hostile to the repeal of the trace of his presence. The mitigation bribe c 'n-
and at the time tI' !
" ,bat J1 dUst before a bi ush. It is no quacke- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. the Corn the roots same without the least ; :r words to the dismemberment dition of the political prisoners, which 'was* pro- V
out by -
ine\secundnm\ artem. mode of appearing persons indeht.d to the estate of WILLIAM V He be whatever else he mised has '
c ALL' I'. CF.UTIFlc"nTo those afflicted may not place. The women who .
f'l" the least WATSON late of Jackson ,. deceased, .
imapnable expense.IOrta he be not to concede this who
Gentlemen 50 to make immediate to the undersigned their feet, I and all
} at reins a phial, are requested payment .
with ,Before I well have a unanimous hnsbands remain in
Plaster complete success. expect prison.
. o eo people can have it at the same pric., as indulgence etnnot be given ; and.those
. thee n be apprehended in using it upon having demands against said estate, arc requested to box it completely cured a Corn which had as to secnre for three months I A few days before the arrival of the Emperor ,
. : tt$3 hid delicate Silks-nor is it like the present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed for many years. I make .this public for of O'ConueU and hi* sat ,- a revolting sentence was passed 'upon tne bister of :"

,H1. eommoniy' advertised in onr days, which by by law cr they will b 'forever bArred. thoae afflicted with palofnlcomplaint. associations; as the newly the uufbrtnna Szp ck, who was shot at \V: !-

;:,' f iadJJ!;le e\il almost invariable produce another TUOM\S M. WHITE, Feb:28." W3I. is called, is merely a, not , or&llebnor does It require the preparativelie. Administrator tx officio. Flushing, L. I. of those anti-conslitutianal i has been sent to the military colonies- where the.

.,,' Qnjt .renovate -such as hot irons and Marianna, 29L1l Dec J 834 t I81-6m} PRICK 50 cents a box. one form or other, have for years is to be forced to marry a Russian soldier. Her

,'t" 5 IA t little clean n-ater according to 'I theiWw NOT ICE.TIlE V O: None arc eennione unless signed! oil I "of agitation.ln Ireland/.and the mother lias tit the same-ihrie'been s-enUw-fti t?, '
tiDg. Oil or Grease' of kind printed wrapper, .fa j_the >le proprietor,T. :
any 1 the'RgItators have fleeced ten year's hard labor tt ina.! Mad nii-e! -
offers at
&QCQ[rom the most delicate colored car- subscriber has just received I for immediate tnccensor to,the late Dr. .W.',T. ;
J IT --'aceo usual trouble of taking them 'up.- 'on.very reasonable terms, a choice assody Foe sale at, his Counting Room, over Karska, nn i inhabitant thr PabtWteo r K '
ding in of Cognac sttthataoneis; 1 to fiiaa been torn from 'her frmilv'Jnowshere. } aad tPnfw
o. the directions, it wiU at once men of groceriesconsisting part street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and w
'1etT: riel or (rom the finest Cloth .:.Rum Hollands Gin- Wines and old RecUfied special appointment. by.; ; thi..b. ginning: of spring i to 'The motive. I'r:' arr if..s i V

or'aSilk.., 'Wlthout injuring in the ,least, Whiskey.V Fresh,Teas; Ac. 'E. B ,PERKINS, of EuropeFHANCE.,- ..- to have Deerf the ffisomrery .rmi } it t.l .
nure. A -ALSO'AD' ,. T.ll.kuMirf. '.MtrehlOtHfor Ida!.. 9trV ., V motln pieasioirTp Ibe-Itu; ahJresence ; 1 !
l bridles andMar "
1' pl1 or the above valuable :article re- assortment of choice saddles, V A,despatch, from.LieuGeneral.. : of the -Emperor IM- trjiange J hrlr
call and eanime Iltl1iAiJA"U1
41rS4eby please
I .
i : th.iDse1ves.,. ''ALX'R FORMV DUV At. :.1f 1 tlie'Freocl.Go\' rnnlen1, dartev' ; in these arbitrary,and erPraters -,$tt p. 1cir
,4 *$, E. B. PEItKINSAg'6in. !or. eatIzs :I/1cei gives the particulars ofan en- and icatioRs Erdeta .
Sept. Ian: 2-d : 1835. (Slit) upj tvere vcw. -
U lOth 1834. t tJ tU : ., a V .\ ., 4,o '.... :: "'.. r' 0ww k .

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: ::a1 .L1. r : EXECUTIVE OFFICF, l was ordered to be reconsidered nnd said bill i iq placed J T '. *. >*' *nrkw. <-y'F; fj i""ry ", ," ,

of the day for Wednesday nijAt, *\' f ''IL
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. January 29th 1835. j amongst the .
until at 2' The IIoso: nit puraunnt'to -
Monday ,
A To the Legislative Council oj Florida. The House then adjourned next udjotirnir'ent ; ,
injr the journal I of '* q -
o'clock, P. M. pn-at-iit, lc terday's 'qrr'ull.
I have this signed.approved, *oceedU1
29. 2.
and filed in the Secretary's Office. the following Acts of the Monday, February Mr. Dtivtil .
pursuant to notice hp.r'Ptofor, .
The House met, pursuant to adjournment quorum Council.An The Hou'o met pursuant to adjournment a quorum and obtained I leave to introduce a bill gI, w
the of(
Act to incorporate City Key ,
hcin;; precnt, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was An Act to divorce Elizabeth Uptegrove a n I Green U ptrgto\re. being present, the journal of last Saturday's proceedings iIe&hianieks.I and others, payment Cntit1edN'secure for !I. Dit1,

Toad.Mr. An Act to incorporate the St. Augustine Wharf Company.An was lead and in.ttrn.iU furnished m lhf crrctiun of bu"b '
Bellamy gave notice, that he will, on some future Act to establish a ferry across the Suwannee River. Mr. Bellamy gave notice that he will on some future day, Territory; nt Fiuridj"- \\ blch WHS read ahe: .iI.:

iny day, introduce ;: bill ta revive hnJ amend an act to incorporate An Act to establish the county seat of Musqueto county.An introduce a bill to allow Mary Johnson to sell certain real estate referred to the Jurtichiry committee.Mi b Y tuIe
-on entitled the U'acissa and Aucilla Navigation Act to change the same"of Elizabeth Underwood, to in this Territory. .
a Wood
company; 'IV(' that
and g nonce, |lf
rotice heretofore ivenaked will
that of Elizabeth MurrheeAn Mr. Bellamv"pnnu nt to on o10rne
'IT Company.Mr. Act to alter the times of holding the County Courts in obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled "An Act to incorporate ak IcaVI'o introduce a hill!!, entitled Mnarf u.t .
Smith gave naticft that he will, on tomorrow, ask Franklin County.An a company entitled! the \V:1cis.:1tnd Aucil'.a'! Navigation : ttite .nid reti.rte! a Board of \rard*-u: C \ to tr

leave to introduce a bill to be .entitled! an act authorizing Act to revive and amend An Act, entitled An Act to Company," which was read by the title and ordered Ibra second .r Apa'a.-h'cola.! lor tr e Port (

the corporation of the city of St. Augustine to pass all incorporate the Town ol Monticcllo, in Jefferson County. reading on to-morrow I Mr Holmes !:1Vf notice, tin he will"On

FAIIT t1rnnnw9, und ordinance! for the preservation and protection An Act to provide for the establishment and organization: of Also a hill entitledn! Act to incorporate the Lmon Kau : day, ask lemv II) inir.iil.i-e H tJIiI, t".r ?* %
of and the Spring Grove Guards. Uorid: Comimnv! : in the Ttvriiorv cr FI.ia.t.ich( was rendbv ;'Ian .\/'Itll
fruit fruit vegetables growing
trees, plants, corporate; a :oii) > to lc c.iiUd ih.
Which read. JOhN II EATON.Mr. its title; and' referred to le! omiritlce on the! Satc; of the i" ,j my ..Jl Si jifll'rtfc:t.
nt being within the limits ol said city.Mr. was Territory.Mr." .t t.IHpOra) | Cdltal t Oil,. (IV.Mr. eorllr4

II n Brown, pursuant: to notice heretofore given, naked .. Love presented a petition of Robert Forncs, (for relief \ Putnam pu snii: l i' notice I heretofore !.I\.cn. asked and .,! l too,l, [>:ir'iir't't 'o iintlcf. 1..rt-IJr.! )re T7e- *
and obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled, "Au Act nstheieia expressed-which was ren-l and referred to nh:1h1CIIIl'J\"l'! to introduce a bill:entitled An Art to providel I awl liar'HI! { ,,a,* :.* iUrHJIJ'I' a Ut.:), ..) 4l> aI ,'.

f tl o aii.cnd the several Acts regulating the mode of proceeding committee on Finance. tht'l l tr: '. uafv? expenses :!i-l I (for other purposes," \\' i'e.h on hi< I: efIy. ; : ,!. 11:1" .I'' 'J' .("'r"I"n Eti----, t.tiichci "'a IJHAtf.. r Utl'l''Q
:L on attachments," which was read, and on motion of Mr. Putnam, from the committee on Enrolled Hill*, reported j motion v.'r.x: read by the litl!.'. and referred ton Seivct Co-tiil'eo, ; .u'HJ, ( hi.-J .Ji.j: I ;rv '(f'OUIIIlh'. I.' ..J

lUr. Mount nude the order of the day for a second as correctly enrolled, "An Act to mike j erm.inent the County I! Messrs I' Fii/fntriek, and Uelbtny, were ftr; iinted! I I Mr.1 Lovet\ .> TlK-ti i the pi"iion; of
: and 25 written seat of Madison County, and (l)other IItrItct'-i nd -' ,\ii Act i ito t'ierroi. ;I ( .I s-iij'rrtt
-copiea are or- J'III"1'1 ( .
If residing on Saturday nc.\t authorise James Stuart tft build a hriilir? across the! j jno I On ni'vjon of 'oJ:. Fif7. ):trick, Mr. Parish was added. to the !,t iiluSi rriouMfv.f. ?'1 ,Ilf| -i11.J.t: ,f ''T "nZ7"fI
dered.On. I -- !" I h. on !SiU iijotioii, .-. ra1.-, I
t. ,, ,
; n'd ,
Btiilxs.Mr. t
river, which were signed by inc President.Mi. Ctttll'1in1. "n eu r ,
f motion of Mr. Putnam a bill entitled, "An Act Macnn, from the Select Commsitef! II) wioml! hi'\ matter j, 11 h:1tI'I': nursinnl I to r.otce: !i"f.-ioiiv ::vet(. :.i more effectually to prevent breaches of trus, and (for had been referrcd, reported a bl! entitled to An Art l'r: tj: obtained le.ive; Jo ia'roduce: 'h.lIl'nti:1!! :! l h.11el to repealrprtain ; :: ihro i. r'1.1\i1

olhcr pai poses," was Mken from the orders of the day relief of Eija! Andrews." which was read .ai'l l ordered l tor :\ j : "rctioof: An Act. reclaimsxecutiotw; : ," which was* :! .\.II C II r 1 '. {,6 \lij.'. '-nrlll.a- .-tc.t "" '1" .
I for Saturday ccxt, and referred to the committee on the second reading on tn.morrow | r ':nl a ii''. iv'errt'd to tl"!e J' i.t; iry Conimittcv. .\t.}rlr.'(' (.">:n.t.uul lor other pu-poe' ermil". J JT 111

Jwliitry.: A bill entitled "An Act for the rt..lid.of I Hinory: H. Simmon-- j _iIi r. ParN'i' tm-st-nied tini!';itidtt of! J.r-.epii D. Walls 1 pryr .Ill tilir! ., l.n,: .iritl iHit .h. Jt> r. 1- 'i'I"; ,,..-th... -. 1t) .1'1
of J. Middlcton and and others," va-s again read and ordered to he engrossed l"r a ,I intj tor: relief MS tijereiii expressed which was referred lo the I \('a.. .'
presented the petition j. ;
Mr. rl'\cpmd i
Bellamy 1111 a:1..rcItv: .\l- ss. Ia ,yt p"
Committee Chims.Also :Ilrt J nil
third reading on to morrow. I on .,
oil,'r>, ciliZ'fl of Amelii Ishnd I praying certain .Iterations A bill entitled 'An Act for the relief of Edwin I II. Albertiand I a ;peiioi; :: of t Jolin: J.imMc! irivin! to lx, di\.tfCi I from I I \v.'rt'J- ) .r. .rI' I -'.t'- .. 'r". }n.'thtfl7, R,-

ii: the road l law:, so as to be exempt from working Henry S.1tllerVi'! read and ordered to I ls eengrossed ; his wiH S ni! wipc'ivi; < n-l'-rreil: to a Select G"U10I1tt'1'- !,I itiovmii-, -" ; -.;:,rd.,, l-rajMiri '\. Jii-'."))11':") '"oUD. pj:?

f'iI 'he main bud, which was referred to the committee 0:) a third reading on to-morrow. I ;Mess-rs.. Pirisl.: I : 'JoWiinnd i : '1iI'wH"f're: !! I, i'}.$Itltij., .,1,1 Uou.i:, :to. \al ,. :Ms..Sr,. Hr-deP,. "
tho state of the TcrrihH}'. An engrossed bill entitled "An Act to lulhni"zcI:1rlrr: t L. I Mr. '':'Ibrn\! : { r"\- iii\! tl.eiitiou I ; nfMarttn Ann t I v'a i'o.,1. Du..l.. I !i :::;?,,. Heater0\f :"
1 ;,lr. Edward's piesented pelilions from sundry citizens.f I Anderson to sell certain real estate," was read i the Itlflllllilt., pr.'ivrn; t.i he tlivtirr..l from her iins'.und! Klisij-j 'l'I'l1L.1n'j ioi, 31e. t.dl. Hur'IIg.. Parish, Muiih tlcun.1Llt WahwiJ

r .. J.-llorsnn and Leon counties, praying for the establishment and pissed-ordered thai the title l he as hd 'n. suited. vli.cli: ; : I'll I hi motion ,-a. re'i-rred; to a St-'ect! C I co w lii: .j .;ini* In I i- 1.-4'. aad ) *
of of s-aJ counties, which On motion of Mr. Blount, the House went into Committee, : Me x"-*. Pirih:, OI\\.lIilll.wri; : II":1.!! \\'..*:lpp.stIle.l: thereon. i
of a now county ()ill paris Alt! >Iilitill nf \\'. J. \11 diand others Ih i M !. lv-&I: on a ::.f,ner ilay: offered the roa
the of the whole on certain i ttesohilions I offered I I by ; :r. i "w.IJ.1sIJU te I' I pnviti: ? \\"in" R ,
referred the com.mttee on state Il =
t *;.t i(', )petitions were a former day: -after some time spent: therein, the conmjiiicearose J tltf1h';";Mme! 1111 I U HI'A: at J;H"'.::-:tI'.I!ie, wnic'i, on hi.s I\\lt:.

of thc TIT ilory.Mr. and tr/DU1)oUt ciniranii t.'iere-Hj$ reported s.i'ui resolutions : reliTird; to tie CiMMiitithv. ; on llink. *. iltv-oln-.l I "t 1 l'.t a cojrnt; tw nppnbj.Mltonlloj
4 Putnam from the committee: on enrolled bills re- .is amended. The Yeas an.1 N;)::! hdnij required byMessrs. I Ajo! I.c': ;pi'tilton ",i? \>1tt:1 Stnii!;, ;)rnyin. the estab'U'iruiit \ .lams ; ). \, e-ta'fc| i'..con :,1.1! if hn h-w tfj

pcitcd as cnnectly enrolled ".\nct, to prevent any Braden and Bloant nn nirrecmir to tile n-:ort nf I liie J ; of?* ,1 f.j: r;-y :"!"', Sj.t ."' .r.\-'-. iivf ,,'Ile"a'' r rellrrtdto J I ,fa. ; .;l.tun-.l'U "';:., tin.'I C'umT'Hlr.n. 5 oi th. I hM i.
erson in this Territory fro-.n carrying arms secretly" : committee, were as 1lIn\\'s-Yl'a; ; *, Mr. President, Mirs. thc C-.tiiitiittce 0:1: the; S*.'I'! of! 11:'- 'Frrritiirv'. ,!: 1,. m.llu! or ''II
I I .. 'rri.y ; --Xiejnt' l'Id! r.':,' : :
j which was ijini'd by. I ih! Proiilent.Mr. I Btount, Brown, Dupont, Fit/v'Mirir.S{, !lJi<, inlwtthim.: Hoh-u-s!! I .)tr. Spilth, from 1lt' J.i!!f*'I.IiHlllllt(..', lo t''h'ilI vvi4; j jreltindn 1 iuu--.j.! ,. I.) '.iAjf I .ilH
Bellamy from the committee on the state of the I Hunter, Love, i1cKinnon1cNtih!, Mi1CIICilfnrinl, ('riet, I hill; cr.tiik\l; "At nr.1 .n-ire fif'm.ilJy to. prevesil: I'I'I \ it'- tn ,r.Md. -\.00.n on m.'r'..!.I j'f.
("II. "ntctledn Act. to prevent Putnam, Smith, and Wood--17. Nays, Mes-rs B.-deii, I IV.IHI! S of (I ni-t I :?:i.J I |"n .ti. r ,,;.rv; ,M.-?," r'p"fTP,1 9.rIS" I .1\.. am!, th } f.ln\j.r! j.'t. ? titirf: firul I reujuso'rril ..j
Ii Territory, r. posted a Duval, Edward, Macon, and Walker! -5. So me said rej.ortVNTIS ; \id l.i!, and. "" ,1.:1: l'i! ;. CofiMiMtfr be '"inj'd: fro.n: j i :-irirt.;u--op5-d.. -iy Me jj.tval: !:
lands within the .
I IrcsspasHos nd depredations on jurisdiction agred (0. i1. I'I"lnl- cs:ider-'f! : )!7, '.\I;! :''.:;:1 ,"prJl'tt.. ji rec-i i i-lF. :ll I tl I s..,i.l I 1 1 1t I, i\.I.-II.\'I.w .1.1'.t l f-:i'e. I.l"'t :.1.11.... 'Oo...' "..."....'J'-"t.
of the Territory of Fiorina: ," which was read the of Mr. Blount the said in the Ciiui'iijiit-. !! '! f'.iin.Mr. :" -
On motion resolution1, words "> rrjtih -r. ; (riic P.r\.I l:' "!.l 0: r it' 0 ; 1I1!,: ;I'.; Iii thO' f..1.11Ijl: ,;.
first lime by i its lilSe, and ordered for a second reading on I following, to wit: : SI,:I:h f'I o ;.i-* C 'i:::lii"I'! on tJ-c: ii'licl;:
i Monday] next. I !Ir. fcdwnrds offers the following rcst'ltiiimiViiereac the te! I lo'-'| > ,vniir :lii'i-:l : a !di!! -itiili'-l: '..\J AeJ j.. in'-t'l AArt i., : ....t-. r.('. ::. rt- .%.. .'ir > I '.......J, tV.a t-4:4. h. !
\Ir.' Bcllamv from the committee to whom had imulicy; of t confiding t. a single house of rfjresentaiives I I li! : orovi.lf tV i.i- <' i.: TiiM IM" rt-ii-.* A i i'-lr; i-i.t.'i.f-I \u A :i i .. .. iIIII'Y'lt"! 'l
;u: "- n.J \ .
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of ( communities; varied rcl-tii fii-r'.f-. '.> ti.N. a.j-l l !h-:. .' : 1' > paT ; \ :t- read 'IIII: [,;:'}'Ij.-
|1r.t'1 refeiri'd'a bill!, l P.t"n Act to authorise the power framing laws )r 1.lrc ) intc-// in : : to : s ""! ..j j.;< ; :t e'llttli .\ nAc.t .
est, is no longer a matter I of I theory I or speculation., Its to rrii ilti Act' :IIM' | inr: : ot": Ar;.?. twr'i: :. i--f.t," j I : :e.--. p na. Hjuir:; k'sMr.r.. VTP : :'.9tiad ti'T
Rail Road
1C Alabama, Florida Am'! Georgia Company to arc so fully demonstrated) the unerring 1.1 of expericnrens j jto wiicvere! r'iJ! I t" ih.i utli: s. nd (ir.-'rf.J: T'r M-I c>f-:'' ', ,h.. t; 1 i.',.r. ...itru-..1. .- t 'i .. ,.., tr.r ';.. .-,.;.1.' :!' ,.t 1,1".r: ;'..Jlr.
between th ;
fro.n the line .
J continue their rind boundary he universally admitted Ratlmcss and in.prudenre of !eislntion. mir to morro.n.n.j -2-3 copies of each i.f i'I"' t,5! ,,rr orfniito : 1rtt. lU. .,: ':r.' l t.i;'I' Jli. :.:..; W' f,;iu. .rt..'. .::
.J I State of Alabama. and the Territory of Florida to theaters of !ht' r .' : v.
eadlet's change statutory enactments, l'nl'rlIl'on.' ; : ,rt 'I'". !.!' -in .fl" Jr'/.j' .l.i t ::1 rr .0.10'.
..{ \\ ot IVnsucoh 1I a' ," reported said bill without t fusion :.nil chaos of the law, and perpetual I fluctuation of! the I Putiun: !from ',he C(. ;mittl'( on EtiroKeii'l: \ :: *. rej:>*irto.'J ;: \, I t.I. :.. !..,:r4 .. 'to", .'..", ;'t.l- t..; p: !.i. O.,. EIr: I
j I1m udmf'nt. vhirh waii r.'ei! to, and aatd lull was read public! policy ,form part only of the acknowledge! nnd deplorable : ns co.'recMv:I e'lrolif-il I: t! ". .,. .' .t I 1 ; .I
Hf t.:: h.t. :I':} "U: '. ..oc Q-'db'
the second tim' bIb: Jill, and ordered for a third reading consequences growing out of the action of a single, : leirish-: An Act i ttr: the rehV! of R !.\,: R. AM! .*'fi! a'.1 i I HiI iryiSaiiler. I .. ?
.tir :
: '
on Monday next. live assembly, annually elected and subject only! to the cmck ." uAn Act cotjlerrin *ul!.jiti': >Mil I :jhAvss on i .<* forp1ration ;- 'f : :: 1..J .as. :.! !r. "
.. wt. r-Tt..t. .t:.. .1) -.:-..t'.I ; : "
of of f'It
the executive vct the: City of St. Aw"a""il:c. \1''f f. I' ifimarriel :- i i f"'r :
Mr. Duval from the committee on cla'cqg njidc the fol- The experiment now l cinr: mnde in FItriiltflI1* another wr>!iiei: to c-):ivey liwlr rtl: l 1.{ [: "(..u'. i 1' .t. t j rt .!': ,1 :; .j..Pt.' ;>,.l" t. ...f V ... r'-r'-i; J;. 3'C2.| ff

Report: confirmation to the axiom in jHiliiiral; science.: (.-;E'isctl!; by Aii'l "An Aet lo nuihorixe Mar-" an-t fj. Anier.! >n 10 -cfSl C:':- 1Ilh".: 'If :f I- ,,';.If.. i T J..t.- :".,.. :' ;.!'., c'ot !-.!:. t'ol' .
past ages and actual examples.! The total I future of I lie clieiue: I lain real estate. ," which were n.IlJcl.ti\'dy-iliCI! by :;.e President j t t1).nif'r.1n: : ji'.r.r s.1..a' !:"< !".k thv < :'U :r ; .if'* f'r.: 1i IC
The committee on claim, to whom was ref :red the
1) secure a happy social organization, and! a vie, and \\ '- ] tl .::'' -J. : th' itt. t-' f".' r-urf>'ve.. :,;.; :.;". ;iriiiuft
memorial I*. J. Il.irkli-y! ami others relief for some code of laws is obvious every mnn in the! Territory, A bill entitled *'An Ac: to prov'i.Ie; : fIle ;p-inisinT! of 1 !., r r. .. 1
.rf'p. "f. > r ;'o'\ : Jo-i .1.1'f.ct:
} itor! > i:. Simtr.ans nd others, luvin: had! the same Liter )- i and that our fellow citizens should !he generally dissatisfied) with r.nd personal pr. ;,erty in the courts of ltV and eqniry )in ti3: i | -
,' consideration, btg leave to report the bid, entitled, AnAct the existing system i is neither wonder nor di"pic. The peo Territory," l from I the I 1 o-ders of ll.r- day I was on moiioi sf :'..1:. j "I''n ::;: e.1' C'Ury"f,1'f. 1:1..
: desire reform which will their Putivjin: 'inoned until :;: r. r rif".i l'li. l d.I- :!ie Jl-m-c ilI? f.iaTizrICN. : J
for the rc1il'l'oi"; Pillory( 1-;. Simmon.- and others, j''e assiduously a assimilate government |pq" to mnrth'1| I

which was read by tic title and ordered for a second reading in a most important feature to tJio-r under which A hill entitled. \n Act provtJiaj! : ( ilie: rrl.(. .IIr.J;::,trcs; !. ; ,!::o. UA :TN.P.:3 I
most of them were born and educated, and whico wo'ild! ;promise of fie Peace In ccriair. ca *e< and t !"'>r Olt'r i!! ;plrptt.; e*."' "t--f- | t
on to.mnrrow. them a like security (lor, the engagements of a system of gain read!, nnllllnt'f.d! to lie cif;.*'isse Mr. Bellamy fn the convnittee on the tate of the steady and beneficial legNlation.Be to-niorrow. j Sir-I I .-..'1 roll..n" :1 n.II
Ten it or v, to wh.u the -subject had ben referred, reported I it therefore resolved, Tnat our Delegite. in C"ingress, A bill er.tiiird: An Act to prev pt Irepls"*< rnd dprda" j to !;*'iIi! th1* C'iir;. i!--;
n bill" entitled: "An Act iu-orporatf ths! E.-nt Florida he requested to urge upon hit conMderaiio-i of that biy! tiic: tion1 on l.i n-f within ii! jri-iie'i"I .,f I l-se! 'i'rrrito'-y "r Fli I] tait'fr up; i tiiii r-i>\.JM: trvOP .-.t... ..) '| hr r "/Wr. dK3( |

Unit Road Company; ," which wa mad by us title, und I I importance of con"titutiiig :a senatorial branr.'i in our 'iVrilo da,'*' was :i jun read: and ordcn! .f'r 2 Jnird r\. ding cn to p: ;:: t.. h'strI *....tid! ;j;k th: jn
ordered! for a st-eond reading on Wednead-iy next, and j! rial Legislature\ to on M of at least three .Senators: from the: morrow. j jAn t'.t !') tnkf: 10 ; vot't inv ro o, j .'ystj h 5>.!Ltr.irv
bu j: I- .1i\:'r l. thee I en.itnrs frvun the Middle: three !S< narors I toni cLiros.d! bill 1"Hli.1: ".\" Aft to a'an.i t.r! r.cralArts .. 1I'
lOt copies! ale ordered h) printed.Mr. CTVWhte'n : rt- :. <- \'ur Cah! ;!?_ s r-\-mt.
t'"\Vestt-rn and! one Senator from the S-Juthern Jiidicijl Dis in Jorce' in relit;.,:i ti .1 i Putnam from the select committee to whom th.* : I f :,: Hl'-.t| w.\l\ Q?. 4Fcbraarv .iIi1ijtib! L. It
tu-tof i t 1urilh.ere: adopted.An ; r. IMlimy, p )rror.A .
sallie had been inferred, repotted a bill entitled! *'An Art i engrossed full entitle-j! "\11 Act to cnnhleninrried; ] 'men 1 hill cntitSi t ".\, ..! Act r I to :*;u'ior.rc ..1.;... :'\.1011':1.1 FS-jridn! I 7 U.1. J S35. ("

for the relief of the owneis and proprietors of th- Alachua I to c.tU'Cthl'r real cst.ite of i inhrniaHcevas rend the third ;:11.I (ie tr ?;a I lirsil: Iloritl I Company; I'} ntinue tiieir road !from ,. c
grant," which was read by its title, ard ordered. t fir f time and passed-ordered I that the title he a* before; stated. j jAn thr it.llm'Ilinc: Irtween( i the State or! Alal-ntu": :m11!;( Trr |II u :i- p-ul J and tncrenpon. .,Jr. Diwnr.ctltt : t
engrossed (bill c> titled "All Act to authorize Mir!..iretL. : ril"ry if I .Fiori-1! I t.) t.e!! .v>?ers of Pens i cola: Diy: ." on i iin.i'i : it he C'Up."u'rrtl" as the !.*s'* oft'.us! ll, us;*. tV.tany f i
second reudia Saturday next.
n Mr. Smith irom ll on the select committee to whom had Anderson to sdl certain rc-il estate," was rl'llllh t l'-irii! lime I :in I'1 f :'t I'. I Dion-it.; po tpojH; -d tnri Ii iM-ji"rro.v. I I I. i nporiani ij-i .,tiou d.-rid-d! ( hy Ihc ilon-e, tj IsK c

au.l (pS'd-onhit.1 llrsf tIle title l hc as before; ..taItd.A I I r.xc-'l.rncy j .. t th.-! (I,:ivcrnor transmitted I to n' ;jol\C the 1 i I Ir. ah- .nee <>t a trit-ubi l kept a viy Iiy s-i-knr-'. a Cflifl.USiill c
litcn referred ihu petition of* Alberti and Sadler, reported bill entitled "An Ac (,"il'rrall. :1/I.lilhHul po-vrrs on i heCorporation j .111)\1.1' : _'J-Jge, li' J'1 r. VeIiJord.I. I his ;privtie; JL'rcre'ary: j J I' Rer.Icr,3BJ: l'
: i> Ichl.k
c opp.jmtcd to tv.v.t on .1.
bill! entitledn Av-t for t.' relief of Edwin II. Al'oer : I
n of tinCity I ; uf I St. A11.rIi.iiie! v.M rcrl I tii-s-eoa'I .
ti i and Henry Sadler,'* which was read and ordered. for a lime and ordered to be engrossed 1'ir a tiiird: reading! o:> t II. 4 :1 EXEUTIVE G'rFCE, t -fi\e 'IN i v."k.' if he fhall ciiooto ViC, and rc' rt b 1-
I sjulto tlu i "M-s',\-.hrh! vote so t- lon, swp'iativo ; be
second reading; on tomorruw.An morrow. Feb 2d, 1SH5. j -. f;:
engrossed bill, entitled, .'.\a Act concerning juror The House then adjourned until to-norrow 10 o'clock. -\ o.s ifisrh *ir"mem!)o r wer* p.rORalljT ft '"
Tthe IsCgZflalicc Cccii rf the Territory of Tlcnda : ttw r11 .
> V4)e IM the House ; alIt! i.i ca-e of tkmLT: T C
and of>
in county ?r purposes, was on motion .
of Mr. iitz/alrick laiJ on th! -ti.l.lJle. Sulmday, January, 31. I hue ippr.>vnl r.nd! signed i hAn act to prevent ': TJ-.V-;. >!"il;| he recorded I.II !like' m.imi.r.! is !.''sticInS'tstre ,: u

A bill entitled: in Act to authorise Margaret L. An- I r..y perpoti ill this Territcry fr jni crr\ina .arm* scrr-.tly." prrs nt ii:. ihilouf aU. vtitiij.any : 'f" ya" 1I t'j:

dei un to sell c.;t 1.11:1 real e t.ltt.'a read the second The House met pursuant to adjournment, n ij'tornm And ".\n net to authorise ,:all"'' Stewart to build n ftri'l:o j ; -* 't.'W. -; r"qlur)11 aid si"iO'j) by .*'J*.,f .to L"..IiD je'

limn by ths title and oideicd for a third reading on to- being present, the journal yestcrdav'd pioc.;ediiigs was :H rohp. Ockiwkncc ri\ "r:" And have cli..auprovco11 (,"t.'n1:0; Mr. i'rriak:1.. .-. '.H I'.' n

read. J act lo make pfrmnu-nt tin* COUIlIelt of Madison connly J)I-O'\'U, Da\' I"r Fitz.-Irik, HlIJ'lnm.! 'I' v .
morrow.A '
bill to be entitled, "An Act to incorporate the Southern Mr. Putnam gives notice that on Monday he will ask : and (for other p-apo,(':." t I Htlulp.r.1"-St: ,., t'nc-t t'utnan, ir:11i ; '. n.jf

Life Insurance; and Trust Company was on motion j leave to introdu--e a bill providing for county cxpnsc: This Art i is iiiijretlt.-ct t in its dt tail;. There i t no anthority I! Wont?. 14 \:U'f." :MiBcih fly KnyVp, DrfHdw "r.. tio.

of Mr. Bellamy postponed, and made the order of the and for other purposes.Mr. given to the judgr? to appoint a clerk to pn:>rrvo 'i'i I'J-1,11, MeKinnon, 3I orin;rthun r

day for Monday next. I Downing, pursuant lo notice heretofore piven nsk-I j I ho lecords of the Cu-.irt; nor is the clerk oC Jefferson, auiirk\ r. 1 1 t. ul 1 >o s 1jI I motion ;vss carat 1 | c:

.A bill entitled, **Ati Act t.) change the time of holding od and obtained leave to introduce the foil,wing bilU : A I when? the bu incsfur Madison; COIliti.i i.-J now tr.VNfi.-ti-d, j jnquiivd A t.ill, eiup.lrtAn! :net to revive ar.-i nnend: SO;". RL

the election for membeis of the Legislative Council and : bill, entitled, "An Act to amend the Uvs no.v in and tl.rc'-l'-d (to Iransft-i the suits of any, uhieh :; t::.ittt.l: anrt to .tticorprate. a. oilpAny '!lWld t11 :

for-other purposes, was read the second time and ordered I. force concerning dower," and a bill, entitle*!, ".\u Art to now leihuin upon his i do.-kei. cis-a ?Ud I A'iiti I "cl.;- ,In (- O'l pal ,"T was r'Ad. l e.. PIw

for a thud reading on i ue:il.y next, and 25 written copiesure i reduce into one the several Art concerning county courts, Hut a more tiiatrriai obj-ctioii ari.o*. By refl'l ring to j! foul! sjrije, oidcied! to ho ciurossed .furath rien rc s!

ordeied. which were read by their titles, and referred to the committee the Kledion! returns, on tit: in thi- office, lor a Dd.ule, ;, to-mo! rc>"",
An cugir.8-ed bill entitled, "An Act to proxide for :. on the Judiciary.Mr. to Coic."i's< in i-32, jt appears that oulv ocn'rrt'utl-" I i'bf !\IIc.In: .! iJIJJsvero; nr. tpoii3ddcr amI mJde f.Jr

buildmp a jail in the county Walton" was, on motion. lupnt gave notice that he will, at an ervly day, I were l: l".11 within Itif roU.I) ; nini at ttu' Elfrtion.x! of las o* ti*' d:'Jtllfh.mofr\\ : &., '
of Mr. Loie, 1-tid on the table. ask -.cave ta introduce a bill to amend the Act in rd: huu I Septcti'.u-r: for the Lciri-lilixr: t'ouncil i I. only &i\tv i live t\:biil, rniulodn act to cln.gche tic 1i31? Ol ;: t.p

1 A bill, entitled, ''.\n Act to make permanent the county to mills. I votes t u ro taken I Iti tins l'Nriloall irsident, who '! ; r'lvclion for infinbers of the \. a d tP'

; seat of Madison county, and for other" was On motion of Mr. Fitzpatrick, an engtossed: bill!, en- are of (full agt (-;.n Vote. ; but on juries, none b-it frr*. or I; ," .tki n.

read tho third time nuLl
as before stated. for other purposes," was taken from th, table, and place :: of the luncr (bin: oi th(. 'former Aft, to pro\i. fo.* the collection: of ien::." f !P" 11

.Mr. Edwards on a former day offered a preamble and amongst the orders for a third reading on Moml.ty! "'xt. I Thus to transfer tin jiiiUiiictt.ui( where it at prt-sent at- A bill, cmiilfd "_\u act ill rel::itr.n to t.Jfnn..3.O isCi1

resolution which was read, amended and laid on the table Mr. Blount presented a memorial 1 of the Union Hank .. taeliefiom h f .J J leU'crson tu Aladison, may have thu effect to hc'." _J2iS: ellA

*4 until to-morrow. of Florida praying rertam alter.itions in tin-ir charter," render your <:iinmal (code entirely nu;at ,rv. \hen the \ bill, entfileiln art to rcjval l certain ac 13 Vi

An engrossed bill, entitled, "An Act to enable mir- whih, oil his motion was rciel red to the committee on grand and traverse jury-th.' number; IIi p'-rrmptory dial of arts then-n named." VlIGd of re

lied women to convey their real estate of inheritance" Banks. lenses which an allowed! lo ethei with ihos \vhninay: 1 A bill!!, otititlcd "' \n act proii.Iinj (for tbeJutirrs re\! rein,

was, on motion of: Mr. Putnam, postponed and made the Mr. Duval ofTe.rred a resolution, \\hich was read and have formed or expressed opinions, are calculated; the j I of the IVaoc in certain fnses, aad 'of r

order of the day for to-iiionow. laid on the table until Monday.On computation may m-ist lili..J l Iv exceed the uuinber of impartial I poses." .\tI1 nJdcprr

A bill, entitled, "An Act -lulhorisft James Stewart motion of Mr. Blount certain resolutions heretofore triers which tbi Courts can furnish. Hence ollVti- I A bill cntr.lil \n act to prevent 1 tredation lp.1S. t'fe

to build a bridge across the Ocklockonee river," was offered by Mr. Edwards, on I he subject: of the election ders nii;ht avoid a trial, unless the ve.tue were chaned.1 >. on lands uithia the juri diclioa of th

read the third time and passed-ordered that the title be of Governor by tho people of PforiJa, was laid on But as this is u privilege to the (pn.oii<*rt not the : of Fl l lu:1." the
B8 bcforo stated. the table. Incut, it follows, that no change could take place, o\.ern-I The following BilUarn postponed and n::d e 'tei

The House then adjourned until to-m ,rrow, at 11 A bill, entitled, "An Act for the iclief of the owners, the dofcnd-int's application. This, in highly aggravated of ihe day (for Thursday tc.\t. t10'' fQI.I

o'clock. and proprietors of the Alachua Grant was lead t the second cases, ould not be a-kcd; and hence, at his mere plea- A bill, otiiitlod h.\ n sutto prvidc ort c l Lilt .

Friday, January 30. time, and ordered for u third reading on Monday sUn, thy ends and ohjecl of the laws and justice, would of real 1 ami per.-o.ial property in the CourU c .

ue t.A. be put aside ; (for, by a statute of November, 1823, prr- Equity in lis Tenilor*':" And rl1 j a' ,

Tho House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being bill, entitled, "An Act to amend the several Acts regulating SUllied \et to bn in force, it is declared, if a pusoner h he A bill, iMititled An'act to amend ihe sovc : thj'I

I present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was the mode ot proceeding on attachments" was not tied: at, or before the third term, after his examination, force in relation! to Justices oldie [ elCt" g
read the second time, and made the order of the day for he shall} brevet be discharged from the crime." A bill, entitled! "An act to incorporate thOd o (bia

read.Mr._ 'Yood'e notice that: he will on some future day, ask a third leading on Wednesday next. JNO. II. EATON, Governor of Florida. Life Insurance and Tru-t Companyf reatIIUI liilki
leave to introduce bill, entitled An Act to make all endorsers A bill, entitled, ".\u Act for the lelief of Elijah Andrews 4 time b;* the te-the yes- 0%:d nays bciiHJ u"r r"-c fte :

ou notes equally Ihib'c. ," was read 'he second time and ordered for a third, And thereupon, on motion of Mr. Bellamy, the bill entitled Mcssr; Bellamy uud Ukent wcre yc3 t -
Mr. Bradeu gave notice that he will on some future day, reading on Monday next. "An Act to make permanent he County seat or l\Idi. OIl t\JessroJ. 81011l1t, Brawn, Fitzpatr t'k.lIlgg! bO

ask leave to biing iu a bill to regulate sale at Auction in this An engrossed bill, entitled, "An Act for the relief of Count', and for other nurposes,, IS ordered to be reconsidered, tcr, lh'N.iIt, Mitthel! Palish. PricI, 1 aStranhurv a

1 Territory. Hillory E. Simmons and ethers \turf read the third time and is tI'e Committe on the Slate 01 the 'L'erritorv. and Vood 15. Noys, Mess.Iradeu .- Ub
Mr. Bellamy gave notice that nt some future day, he will awl On motion of Mr. Downing, the House resolved itself into Holmes t?
nek) leave to introduce a bill to be entitled "An Act to Incorporate rejected. a Committee nf the Whole.on :he bill entitled "An Act to in Du Pont, Duval, Edwards, So." Rfc
. the Uuiou Rail Koad Company in the Territory of An engrossed bill, entitled, "An. Act for the relief of corporate the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company." con, MuKfnnon, Mooring, and Walker. us

:,;1.. }Florida. Edwin H. Alberti and Henry Sadler," was read the third Mr. Bellamy in the Chair, after some time therein ihe Committee bill. is pn std. Ordered that the title be 83 oewj-. '

#: Mr Smith, pursuant to notice given on yesterday, asked time, and passed-ordered that tiro title be as above sta arose, and the Chairman reported said bill to the The House then adjourned until to-m.orro\t'.
4 and obtained' leave to introduee a bill entitled "An Act referring ted. House with amendments, which were agreed to by ihe House biteAt 14

additional powers on the Corporation of the City of AJJ: engrossed bill, entitled "An net conferring additional and on motion.of Mr. Downing, said bill was read a second Tho venerable Judge DOVAL has reslg cd.tedCS

St. 'Auguiline," which was read by the title, an (tip ru*,was waived) said bill was placed amougdr orders on to-morro.v. "
wall read the third time and passed-ordered that the title and ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, lt vuDp :
tor a second reading on to-day. v Samuel Stansbury, Esq. a member elect from the County of Lh1he.Unat
be above stated. Senate by
as have been nominated to the
Hillsbomugh appeared was and adoiiUed take ,
qualified, to
His Excellency transmitted to the House, by his privatl On motion' of Mr. Blount the vote rejecting the.bill entitled .- his seat in this House. d.ShueSto8ucceedbun.: [rben .

{Secretary Mr. \Vellford, the following wmmuWca OD. "Ad Act for Ura relief of HUlory K. Simmons' The HouWben adjourned uutil to-morrow 11 o'clock Dot been acted upon.] .


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= -- nbue" by representing me in the*
termi' to Court .
Martial licid
I the President; ts'ee iet.era 1 pub.Lshed at the request f.tCharlesto\rn. Mr. L. re BALTIMORE. Nov. it KfmctL* !
% plies "that
i1j9KiI)1ti of Col. White he does not admit .
with view .4
sustain any accountability
I IRYFEB1A7. him in his From Jlfaniffa Baiavin
e.e-Mion. to him, and Canton sale of tf.s Ne '
__ I seems upon the receipt m this on the subject. The Com. insists and The THE twenty-five rou adfertisftd
puulicalion ship Covinjrton Holbrook| l
arrived at this
in "it
Washington the snafer says rests with Air. L. to decide hcsaidthisd.yisunavoidabypostponednn.
was discussed
i> the whether he
Governors y port, yesterday, in 14-2 days from Manilla. The ttl the In next month. If
fricud will not
*, and Mere. Bibb &. WicKiitfwrote now close the whole matter .dupottd of, .
to Go\ Duva., then in Fioiida, tuat they had learn- to let it remain subsequent or "compel him editors of the American ;ire indebted to the attention previously! at private sale, they will pOMUvdHr be
ed from ih. action. Air. Luring of Mr. G. P. NELMS sold by 24 r. Uacktcy at public Auction
that it was Col. Whue that had has chosen the latter Mincrcargo, fl>r a oa SiUuri.ty,
abused and refused the 7ih day of March.
be that memorandum
; thv fl-st unfavorabJi containing the information whiiem!
to Com.
his commun-cation, says that there whi.h .he President received of me was impressions from Col. Elliot any reply to his communica fIlljWS : Tiic ne rws win be in Tallahassee a few days p'i j
** White tions. o the matter rests.- Boston rious to the 7tb when offers will be
himself [ TransPHIILIHPE'S -. rcccrrtd
which i'heielac.s
be:ween he t-xplanaiiun we were pub'.ished at the At Manilla, when the Covinjtjton soiled business at private
*' of ibo for the time by Gov. -u\al in justification himself was dnll it sale. The r arc a primet orderly, well deposed -
n pi
some weeks sinrc j.rjpriauon whicn this upon Lotas reluctance to britrj too early tor the season shipsto gin r, and will b'o fold in funilc-Toapproved
| charge ol dm le condemn
Pmem C-unscl employed in settling the Flori- \ It dealing was founded.I trocious criminals even a.- make their appearance. A large portion of the will be purchasers i
of I was flIIt on a inert- quibbe which Col. White
1 lIId case- We wore no- then informed of the j jobjec's ( makes, that Mr. Bibb vas or aa TIJ( >re eu/ "now but Irom the dreadful circumstances ot his faiher's the old crop of Knirnrs was on hand, which Ivtlders particulars apply to Mr. Weliford, "Mr. M'Alal-

h of the apprr-priatio-i, and slated upon the authority 01'the Presiden L /t Col. Whi'e, cleaiu is evinced by the anecd<,:e related below, in the were anxious to realize; they could be readily obtained Icn. or Mr. Wyatu ,. t.

f1 C2 that C-1. Allen wou.d be none the Tic ..crT'lt. write to Mr. iib.. to know ii wha< he ihus wrote to Quarterly Review from Sarrans. at 84 1-3 per picul: Other articles of export JOHN CARNOCHAK.
un'cr thc impression that ii wis in- Gov. Uuval was true or false, or to the President Pending the proceedings against the ex-miniters, were scarce. February 76td.
j0yt uridwerc he heretofore taken trora th* himself to unow if he d-d not tell Messrs. Bibb and when, as Sarrans sneering bserves, Louis Plnliippe Advicra from Canton to the 15th August has %VM.TaAvzwELL :

t Idf&tL) replacc sums Wic.t.i'T these facts and then publish their answers and ids cab-net was SPJZ d with a sudden fit of nu- heen received. A letter of that date to Mr. N. vs. > Attachment.
fund to hi ;i for his services. The we wiil inanity, u general' order issued
pay then setthe was t.j >end all DAVID Sr
jgent gtn'cnai umnas/ce/ and this su-t "The I )
ays:- only news have got to give OU is .
capitat punbbrnenls ihrou!
(Kfial s'atement, h-\vevr, publih last week contcmpub.c artince naile ioe "c-mnter." This ed thai a nnr.der had out Frn.-u-e. It happen that; Lord Napier the British Superintendant of T HIS; suit has been eommetf*.

rsihat i' *'as chi fl-v for the JPurP0 of! payin r t'nu-owever' Col. W. will no do, yei he will endeavor by a mother-ee1 and! committed in adisratu department Irate Ins not been acknowledged by the Chinese ced bv Atachm: i-a-

herr-forliaes Ci l. len to deceive a generous public, and lhat kna daughter oa their hm- turnable-to tha next Terra f the Court
A of
v'D anl TV ce< > by band and atifioritie-! County
lU'1"- father
it is
tinder cti.iar tryci By some supposed a
t very upon their a used coniidence. p o yhey; had stoppage Leon County. The defendant and ail others inter
j isrIri received a
fj r I va no r C11"r for 'f, ccau" if the bill had to Jie pub i i hy Col. hi c.thc; i.-.sueis now betw en punishment. Th-1 aral am .unties, savs'Sarran>, Lord Napier has been deprived of his Comprador ti.w. LEIGH READ, Ait'y. for Plff.

LLI VU! 1 :ave bean paid out t'f the conir'1 hiiii and President Jackson. If .h.- 1rc3ident is to pressed the execution, stating ilmt t"cre was s" and Chinese servants, but he has stated to his Feb. 2C-tf

p1S3C fund asar a his f: rxiccs were thought b-."..-elievcd. which he certainly must, bein a dismI1 I the much sentence exa* era-i was u not against t ,e malefactors, that, if countrymen that he will not allow personal insult Lj-: Four weeks alter &sa'c 1 will apply to LhS

iure t\v( could I to weiffli with him; although I think he will be flonorible, the Jud e of the County Court of Leon

me, \vhin"language can not iix an adequate public peace. D.'pont I quirk enough to take notice of the first instill of County, for an order to sell irds
,---' mi IK i I n what authority J lvstaed o the Ct'IISIl rt If* ih* nil\iil! n.I j brotu''it Tie rae b fore ii! cabinet Wio tl> of the Lot
t i> T ort.i .i agreed
.tf SI rm-le 1 u lani nonsly on the fleceit fered tii the} trade. Two British frig.itcs have on which I now rthiile, in the City .TaHaliasseC.
tha'"t 'priation ,00 was Mr Bib-j l ,
e aw upon; is wor-li ) makiiigan cxampl?.
iMi" any thing, to i-ounrni belMijjinj to the
L Jf benefit of G-n. Call and C !I. A! .n 1 Hc'j 111(,. ij'Jilt. Dupont then sta ed the case to t'i"' iin: .n.l muling j'it arrived. The Logan, captain Bancroft, fiom deed. of the late S-.moxl Bryan
him a1vcrs3 insisted! : r. is the last American LHAHT.RYAN, Admix,
In arrival. Mr. Mor-
Co.Vhi n h-.ring the dr-
jOfl hi-s-at e se ms to jrn" th- words in milter F. h.
: 'ac-wcrth- qJ s or ni-rnis will Lorcfr upon ba ed before 7 26-tfADMINISTRATORS
*; him in rj.-t'i.t f
cabinet Mnncho
He is
dead. All ---
asked wfk's -
riy irc-iwr, thai 1 did'.Mt then believe" this a ic- your countrymen
several rrains of aiu\vau.! .
iC wfe n wili e are r nn>t him, iliis .s i u_* 1 did nut"/.n 6e'i I liy, 'o pre -are himself to hear then Curing that and ..Incoi friends are well. .NOTICE.

ha Leen eftsvJ IT. S. S *nator foi re" ih a there w.n a uinu on car h, that ould j weejc, the king, pale, lecbb, and with a irc-uuhug The advices from Batavia are to the 24th Sep LL ersons luvvin demamls a ainsr the Estate
Mr Gavarrc writ to me the letter* that -i d il, and receive j voice, >iad uever ceased repeat i g'I .;e WlUIrat.4-! tember. They communicate the in- (if Thor.ias ll-iwdrd late of Leon County, '
,: l.cMatef, i i !vj o Mr 'Vnjjan my er resign hi cr.-wn in all is i: melancholy I'ecd. arc
J tn r.5 rug support, that i-onld '.e i-.ipable: of thit ae- in a telli! entv that Mr Laymm and Mr. Mnnson the vqueMed lprei nt tlt-m duly nuthenticu

Ii i-J n ;ncrtain hat GL-I Jackton willn 1 tly my privMie c.iar.i-er, a tliou>aud sentence th of ;Seath. 'Rea ),' si.d* M. Lnfittc, 1 pity two American Missionaries who embarked; in teal, BCt-ori'iu., t-j law, or they will be 'iirever barred.

wajonJy: next winter in bo h Houses of Con- .. !iC'. th- anif when} I ha 1 no po-iihe means o. dc.ending King I think I ammyscl as :oit ilureit: asrno'hcr Ma roll tost from Thosf indebted li> the Estate aro ictjueed to make
.ca Batavia
: but 1 !Ihr Scmntri
canno h were mttricreil immediate
; comprehend s
m *>ehf I an n f boisud to 'fcr/iVtv"' ita- ex re ie tinea- tuvmcnt. .
g:v S. cvry < an.'jJ mm in he c unmuriny niu-st, frm the> fines At !J<11:!.e day lor trie di>c'.H>i n arrived. ;ind eiten by the natives ot the Bat ta country JASON RINSON: Mmnr.

A BILL i.tctN thus submit ed. I nls :.iwIT." .-,' thaire ''he k4ng Lane! with lug rd eyes, tremblirg hands, in the interior of Sumatra, on the 2Bth July pvi>.7 C-8p .

''hf ''M c rrtinn of a .Mill Route fron; Black is .ci-c.i. a. ;;':;: ny.n :ari::-IKis the -*/ Col vVhiie, anti The a:)f uke eb.e voice and first said 'I a ii tea y 10 he r you.' b-'t. Their bereaved widows were still at Batavia NOTICE.iL .
For Broglie and
oft aiti lii'i'ica spoke ef nothing Mr waiting; anxiously for an opportunity to return
i't :i "*' >% -rS: wa .lire River, in the lor- his ccl-e'igues lo add be sold ai puiiic -\ucion on the
t'rcf* Saturdjy
1. if ; they were unanimous-the their
nld ( to native land. I
te; i-fo.iic <: wi>h ar.v furhcr evidence tot ; Mlh
n'v .. F1t! in a. inst. Lets No. 'JlJi. 2S9
I. 240,241
: IdS
iiiu: IK: u. uieu. iner some 242y4
1. P' it C'jteil Tht the Prc(1ent of f JI1'Cr '!ily -fin a to the corrt'-tn sOi thiconclusion.. m : si ence the ki.ig said, 'I knw iui' oiclachoty :?, 244, 24.*., n-12lC I ( in the original plan vt the
1 jl w. Uld u'icr t .c.n. :<> the "/' 'i.'a. &.. .d "whirn ray duty, From the JV. Y. .Mercantile Cuy if 'F nil alias
: ru 1 e I't, flt1 1I' 1Ihor1if'd: o Co! -you are unanimous Mibsi t. M. Dupont hen >ce.
li i : f'4 a TIi1 It 11.!. 1I t) II B ad; ( 'I. .( I hue";o k :ro-fithe i-c\en! in th piaceoi' 4 nt.y mov d ih war ran towaids him orsiguaiure correspondent ot Mirseilies, under date of II. J. HACKLEY.
(10 I I /'.f.j- w 1 :n whic I hi. fstr ctfd and indorsed D lOlh writes F7
1Ie -the Kiiu uilereia of ho ec. as follows:-"The cholera sti'irages SfiOJjarouch
2' 1' I i I'1 LI i-a nil 1 tii pva e nbul e.onIte! ol w'lif-hat! he cry ror, and pu ed the ____
1s E'L ? :: a urari the SuInli. or o ol iii< r .n MC ion as p'g'tf"me, himself paper iiwa- 'Sire sai' Dupont, my h nis as en on bo.ird the Amerricjn men of at Mil for Sale. --

"1 : ..1n -y I-a v.-l '.ii ed in t.'i o'jjVv: ia!l&. .lid s nrnlei'oti- id was dr I as yours, but I am r sp.-nsib.e the ..xecu'io'iof hi ou. The Delaware! had, on the 29th November, ; ? :
hed .
now .i< n to leva rjfl'lsn olF--s ,
of'a u'l'H-i l M 1 Air I pn e he laws and finish about < 'nr : i5.tLS ;i new neat two
: ivjtjj !jtiiir hiijisfJl w must this affiir.: beidt 150 cases on boar.1 and hid list lout 30
i .. I nid: ipng K my private character Thus usccais it is in de/ree j .IL h > Ia-ni'i, which Ire rrill! se'I' low cash!
i avujili some
.- n .t vjf T* < the) fit. a o: commutation of men but, no officers. ,
I that! d '. pun1Iin.nt The authorities still
c i .anc: a i..r cms" id Col. Ic-vp; !
a. or on a : n\diij if
i ,: :M. ; .]<: -. u(v Il-v-r< in Ivi : 'li-id.i! : pro'V i< ih .t you are to sign; lbre them in rfjMirc'I.17 itie pmrlnwr! ?ia*
Jii'e ijroji-
tfs'nwi's men chain trrs by h.s own inter quarantine, notwithstanding tint: several; yio.ivT
: '. ,.* u-'iii .vii b ill M'oii, Jily < jvn 'l fr mI 'ha-yon should remit to one nf the p.irti-s the in i : LAVL ) C. VlLSfJ.
- i< it !II 01 : .sr tfi-i to suppose In-) \nld cjtisiateUK case.s arc daily declared in the town." ,'!.:; >-> P7.. .
a ;: : : I. J-: MIff''Ji l't- \vi .t'rf t'KA >- irjUTf.M with wnicii the of !
,. *!h >a t nav o'i n on : :\rtjcr:* tr'ji Col t o: p upv by tlu1aine m.e? a of a parraeide. Lcl us have done with delays i'lC41 Grcerics. -a-

Ii i,p IJ i II. .i-xi'o lor iK ;.:irt : -it Law ce it. Ii' 1 did know his ri TM.LS. IVnit-P .rk
: not .Vj"t n ,
L III 1 h ''i ii fj:ir OI4d our iI1 al)'- at this spe eh bowed ei her u very lender heirt The Ued river Couiry.-V& are grniific.l to 5 5KM .
S I 3fli.t. 1I C3r1'L in his t rL 1 'JO Ke New Ljaf Lirl
i: I. '. 'hI. .tHV1 2 31 rrrrI; 's.e,1 .. ; JICC / r ai'r. or logical head -itai ed nt nl;; event" to subd'ie: the l rn I lint the Late s-le of the public I biuls: ; at 50r Ii.s! I Is> PC-it ,
3Ha of th CJuVii
7.y or londja.i Cutv.nSecii.!
;. I 1)) i' fari'f ic'n '!' ii' tie one | Jc iui. lie again d fur !hIr ,
c jr. 'd I1 ..- .1 :.i. ;rrive anj'.Jier version f this m uter Haj r-qnoi a de'ay of forty- \Vasiington, ill the Re I River L-ind District, 20)!:; UK Livs; FC-.U'M rs. .
C: .. : "" *.! '""ha's ( i':1' f*r ho! f. 'D r'i-j. eL'iit iutur.s. At fast >ic signed. dLIv after La- was well attended atd >d much +
id l.ugev :
:- ha' t rit proiuci( n ;.U .a.s. New Yi -k
j i 't rr o r' o i went to MJC "C.'fl ? ? li fi : Cannl Fl-nir, ,
I r:' : :en ziJ. : j.,3 : '1 ) i fu t ." But now the C !1. says that it -.vas pail: to kI ie..* t had.en prime minister wen into the "c'osei,-the sum thnii any former one in the Territory lie lilt t d- V. M.-i-!t1 J0.i .
II '. Ji the raid mn net clo.l hieyes :il 1 he
tt I'I.I I & >::ru"i aai night,- attempted
| < r vVirt A.C.ic PC- pie of Florid.i, those :- to excuse what he cal ed"\voaknes-J but hc could tween $30,000 and 90,000 were rccnvcif Uiring .ic-on, n.r.n, Mi.'diiii' Ri: e, &c.

J.M-3 I riiv entl'Miu'ti in end.-voriii ttnde-eive ilis- not the sales, audit Jit rcc :ivi-a schr. L.tcuida and I f.r
., p t41: c!: 1, T' L? 1 to .irce words; his cuuti ns iItcrta.elhe was expected that ixi'-rc ihan pr. sale by
.' ( i-r, i i i.<] ; t.t : 1 which, d.> n.ii mind their) I'j5 l lzc 840,00 more would I lie entries H. BOND.
t._ 4r:.'! ri !!irs t l'% aii'J tl.- n-*;.' it 'r \II'v! ti I! :isvoi.e,-he burt into ts'ar.s.and tVew liim- p-ii-i: in, on at pii-
i r: () nnc 'I! the Vfl r /* // .' rczi r.'. w...uldpay F'ti.; 7 2G-tf
r rn 1 1 3'I viJT of ili? JI'irv! vr, :" :h.- ranMtli j s eli i.ito he a.rms of M' J.afire, cxcliimiug,--Mv v.ite within the lirst werk OP two nf er the --

i. >v N i n c ivjr, R '*'r:2i:; : c p ;ctjcubij y i inc j : !/, *."d;> The nir *Id1.o c<*pj:will>ui I of time"c ,- r thev: nol -en J/If/radicl Ht the/A father -my f thcr-dien! the scatIud'c! )uClil..j'bmi of Ihe public snle. i'hrrevr: s} : 1-1ti-tvare i G 001 Is.4C. $

k .'f Iig -1 .7 ivV C,:'., b-r a! cr his lua and all .j'.iiekiy; in th? r.i be: competition amoiiir the p-.trcha rs some H, 10, 20. ansi 40 penny Cut Nail,
d Instead .jf a detailed rcpori of ihe Navy our L hniU: p -liig! >: hi-jh 812 313 and
rea a as aero
4V'.u. lir s noi nmcoi.iUo'( .he number of dotd per many I0md l 12 d h'>. (IC). Brads.
rq 1' r r'.et : l.i s ar.i! ress: j 1atd to t.i. Luw \ .cnl, that the >usi ers will pisa .c lake i s results itt short hand, i?. f-e: at 83, $3, So, S3, 4c. All the factions bordering I A-.ies Gas: Si tl Si! vris and E padcs,

T", r r' .ary rirr-i"j2'if it- .i .r'--i.Jr1 .f 1 1of "/. f the following aistra.t. oa (led Kiver i\loritce Lock- i-l ;
ai ; n II people! were raided upjiihis; ubj li were eagerly sought after isiering Trowels
L:,- t- ] J'i: : !'*f re rr IJ i \va fra the fu t l ai Co1. Wnitp, three ais "V c liportjlkc Secrs'a -y :ft'ie Xary containing and brought higlr prices. Wood S ivs :t114! 1'roas. 1C
y ag.
> : .' i.-r ir. little jf au save lie ordinary annual
I. j fl1 'inpjr stat.stirs
, ; : .c. l2t i :'p'CMd t lii ; appr piaiwn, and claimed qre tcrcdi will f.r lie Tne hyh; prices which the Red river I hnds (HIt Co.nur 1L-ars, 5 >...rh3yilic Stones' t
f'I h TC
( Ive
1 cjrr.ent
I I ; wuh
I .i .4't rb.: r' I present our.3 a
J1 J j < huruo f fa ii vinj ih.i o lice ab .li-> i d ; and laiwinter biiefa-'eoir.t h have brought and a dermnd lor t! : Sii.tvini ixrs v. (,
oi ,
r.i 1' scon.cnf:. Th"Xavy cjas.sts of mnmye
I a nwriT tl :
18n i's. w icn h"fc't aid r nrasc s lie *licit e1' Now ba.Iding ix oftu line and li'' set down to the credit >f the Ibatsios S. P.mii.! Sa ?, j I Ii
i -hips fngases.
. Cl : ( h.n i s r. o f.-c1- ,., ; seveu : pn>s-
'. fli P.aiCarpeistrs L' .
: r i *::? from (un. Ja ks n, rauvd it to l lie to: ui; : --,
: : 2i t t1- f.t.1 JJCT :4 in 'hi I revive:! Inan :i:!'v.. (" is stated in the of oectve now have a speedy removal of the rail 1 Patent Kn i Locks
"incc > law) l i :> > ,
In ordinary, ships of the liuj two and I Bat for lint it is i
Hye frigates not likely tint of the lands I 1rLs44
tfO.-T.* Thep; : incip'.e! is sil; :he s:'ine, ond not atall.r'teied HitI'ijiijd LY:4: !
: >4" i 'im *ri r rf the ("oaa:3: h-\c riar-red rj and six s.oo.s, of war recently old would h.ive Mitiiivindril I IL I
by I ; a ili'tiinuti m of the! nnt1ur.t d tu the ( government L | ASon r-lyPinie.! Bed
pa Cap--
In ,
j; e. 1 v "r.5 r'inU V-;; c c.iinnission, one shin; of the line, fjur frigates, rice? and than '
: or. ]p more : half would Pads
:. o'-r Ag; at. I. ihese icn ieui \vrc entit'eil in this : pro'.ub'y not L a il'.r's A" I B.tIrs, 1Piauiin -
d I eiglit sloops 't! war and six schooners. 4
< r: i r. \\'ii! i..i npinl <.' i Mii'.T.'jTS! \vin er, ihs.-y we-c certainly; equally >olreycTrs purchasers nt any price. Capitallsls Virs amid Brusha'.4, 4
j :r r. ..j liih Total, we ve slujsci'the line, thirteen frigajw 4 .
.- juH l c si! ?: Torrij I j a::o. i have no dotni but what the ". J I j slo ol war and -ix s-hoojers. are crowding to that section of the country intrreal M.i.lbiImBc11ltei4. f'a'f' Ski& Pocket Books, .,
Hinvj ,
: :
<-i -. All :t-. Vi'ires '' I ij.s
( pnrerjir-r; l .V a n-r.-lv v'.iirh: : n ..ihj j I .7.j\': T s-u h ns it naTIS of C 0. Whi e's uwn !i iM.T. To complete titosebuildi .g, and repair those out numbers, and, in a few years, il will notloubt .Sfts (5 1 pic-ce3) Rogers' b-Vd. Tab!" r'utlerv, +
ji rii: oc1tl and
ord-r S'3 S40! wit b- a -
o wealthy
i- ; i Hi h." la ti .I di-p ayod"in c r.Hii tittr ,I require population. -
IcM { < .7 L ]-,? (- hive iot iL? oilice houx-vor from ad .Mill and Cross Cut do.
In litin H
tiiese that
'Ov.i. J appears we com If :
r .: 'icrr.i:; i:? n r.vr i>vtivi h "av .'i ;>C.T : Ft-ck Lock b'crfws. Sett: : Itllwriilit Chisel .
i ; i.l 1I r1.i iioc.vt'f ni1cc n- builiiiig iiv sh ps ,f tie line eleven ---- -- -- -I_
o : r i f ;riate', sev-a sloops t/ war, and two schooners UISO ,
: ,
ij.c I'liMof .il-iiJon
nn PI
Iii i."fi 1:5}:', :i"d if h : ran ijw be eJected by such ( : Buttons *
;; j' :y ii Ju -i: froji any i I: : y(! i5- s-i-fiN ii will r ill d.). 'r On ve b is iuiniii: v-ioa daring t.ic ;past ycr On the; January, at ilic s-'lcacc of Col. R.. J i"r., I-ir.e Oonj'is all
I Pad Locks
h liHve i>'.en e .!;)loy ".l -t-> retufore, in protecting 1 1. Long, of Mdrianna, "bL.e of ilrtoiury con- ,
A: ii r.'jr.iid-- t-e icle tliat K.v.-if : iom-s r.tib.ed! Flaher
.: :.' !. c rpTv: r.f Ilor'on rti' Indies, nniji; Edmund B. Cobb Esq., Au-jrney itt law. Isr Chains,
cIon / J lid w-irh l e'rs tiil Jr--n D-KT
v.r Ijj cithertnirXs Knacktrs
; ) n >
1 ,
the coast of Bra/ and Pacific Oc-ian. 23.
t I It '-.j; M j'VTiK :-r.-sari4 > except .ho e u? a "/'. / fg r about: ?O1L1'2in jI tTtts: J UI ) Hooks 'rack
II! 1-run-ill KJ d ( Iar.-. ".'r.lil Our ni ai force, ;-onsist ot commissuneJ an1varr.a i\lr. C. was on a visit to this Territory, in liop s.oy ,
rii2iao! I vt le !? i. '. 1.) af- ) itrl hidl oy.uI 11iiihiturc
my pu n 2 na iti 1.'samcs
..! To \ onccr<, petty 0 h -ers, 'e-inun landsmen a winters residence ,
j (lt tn benefit iiis f
lOj-icic *' r.tru ii i'a B'ar.i amongst ebli -
f oFti ItfH firhe mI! ani'.rri ..> I hive i; ['ii'ii-Li Hair
a e :
> t > lo jirivt] at, xis, Seatmntis ,
TK i -nviitJe waier .!' i.o nv < ;i t boy>, a itinl- 007 our marine ccrp : health. His chnmctcr, well knuwn to his f't>--,.
ii"llnc,' I I i-> a jr.aitrr r.f :.;> i rar. cvvlifli (- Bt-aiia Tea.'Vare. Plate SnufIrs
I iy tgrj I ::3t1'jfl t.j I1-1d y. p. r.iid r .ts fliV org .- ioniii, i-onvisi of oornjiiNoiiicers is his best cul>gy. toned in fecli ar-l -. 'nti.nem ,
: : r I inti a miikct "fn.J-ic; at ," or Bill g .: dIe Ltmps. Jamb Plates
,I .9 .. .t t-ri s iOlC1! n 'nconnsii'd: o uccrs. musicians: 'f fine and cultivated intellect, he b-i-l! cir ,
.t ; '
: ( l l-- .t a of tluse lit le 6ar.tnr atir.v iprunav l - : p s its, Mil!?
to I 8J ,
: _n t l pnva es, t numujr oi ; making a lotaiof 1 : of much! eminence in thc prof3-.o lo La jcliosn.
prt l Lo'f *, rutv )'lh ..i in r'if or Mead in : on. The Vr. a-1 Ruts, D.or Scrnrcrs Ink Dust Panr
iel 1:11: 1 i- ? .;.,- y<' ..-.a j, h--re sai-1 of f Jie ; 7,:>53. Qt: those who ha.i formed bis a q :.iintancc, ,
appii ; wo'il'J of l 1. al a.idnulcj.i'-sioal. l.i >n.T pn, '
C'5-.irs ) Fry 40 hi.
"6 ''' : Top Tt i forms us that the iv' Docks at Bos- m'ldc li and favorable ScythheS,
: 11 a <;inr most ij rfssion
'J-1 ; >
11r coisain li > l-y
j ,
.IVVr. t. i.s ?:.> I o'rMof'I. T..e .;lc i ;. hn.vcvcr, reaIic'I d iiori'-h Pi.-it T.". U: Ginil-Ittts, Spring Balances
:.:i r tai u'I .1 > : ac fully succcs. ;';I, and r co.n- Ins; <-r.ugig manners mid uinuibk ilcp .rtniPii'. _
rc-_ ; ;& II'H (I run i--> t i il "\l:
1't'r .
v. : a liosliileK: ;'inx; t ', o litiie /i we'*, nu Spur*, J'u! t b-lta and Pouches!
the ; i i i !v Tn-s i. :,.}. .1,11 ; .''". I j nietid; 4IflC at I'ftfw York. It ais.> recommends the He was a munbcrof the! Chiu-i, uni .i.he .> ,
1' f .- c, ::;.-< >, v -! ury pi o III cal tiieni. )nowlnngnion the c ns ri linn of sevcra' seam bat.erics f>r cxperi- l r-ilained his senses to the las: Cuvc IKis, L-.adcd Riding Wliips! ,
c.n {\ rV 1il.ji'Iit lc
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Jir'j ij-t jl- r :, .s}jE:: ]I '' 1 was ) t' r'. ., .
wV I v4i not ioa1 .ri-mr init fli
bti ; f lcn.: mentincrease: '.f time v.J.Meaitircrs.
"V. sa aries of commanders on ive evidence his
; 1.j: :s K 4j .j j cub UI. ,4. ; g iwisuhnjr to friciiJ ofiw
DJnt : 1 ;inv iliu! :, ? i an -ot (if j-i>!j f to trsys5f a.sw'.r- \u: 'I'icr
.ta i r.nd Hi ,
> :.L. > .' :i.f: Ii T ia'-.iv.i 1 !: l&s; r moval of tho in -rine tion fir a future state. ,
>r ,,1 t'lc and /cc I v/i I lei-i _. Iiv.s!
4 T'-ai; Cf : now 'i f'C! Navy Yards Kjc'ra Rides and Pistols
-TI ,i t-Y :: >; tt gives a statementof .J-r ,
: (.'_ ,, j> i .,.t..eri.4ni., r* w'aMucr :hf'. ]\ " : .
I ( i.Z..eel| CU| j Jo
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:: I' d : v from: I.I' W<"t, wncn I.romi-e I my t-i iids tole l : r.'jir.'jer nt p jnsiansr .- ii fonns us thai the suveysof PRO POSALS ) : .t-n( IJii. r

>rjl f i-c by tlMc.tJv puuias l : 1:1 kio hor I a.i on'n: ? n i'i .1: q-jr.riT, a 'i-i ihf c.ihive! been ik'layed by law iraii>fcr o'nJt WTILL be received uil the 2ti of r.ruary FXVI'; : d !tr v ;he U. Rose, anl will b-* sold at asa'
> :i'reiicwhi -'. winter. I ;!ii.-\vor pod r.:'f !'; all ih? abus that hc !.;: > .'. I .. iaay ] dii to the and asks next for tlics GEO.LANMAN.
ioii 1t! fcs. ii" t.i} ; l-el' 1 y navy riopart.ueiit. an ap- delivery at the Aj-oinriiir-'la '
njt 1jr e1 tI s.a.* c Ini.ll t1i4n;awfi; ; .L P'VJ-J I m. i. l.'i.: uicjn time. p opriaiion of S00: 0 for its prose-Milion; i states Auscnal, (.f such quantity of Cypress timber as iiiuy 1 K-.7 -2f.:f .

: :- t1Jir.1.. \V M. WYATT.MARKETS" tliai the expe imeutj o I t'ie safety of stcam-cngin -s, bt requirctl, for the ronstruction of Caseiiia'.i Curr 1 i1 0.s 'I t\: i; y.iLb <.iF r"Tovn

: : I ''om'"iv j i'. ra olydo.Mrab'r JuMi direct d by Congress have n 't been mvli;, and mentions a- es, fir the fortifications lh-; Gulf uf Mexico.BsiTs Lots in Irwintoit
: ; that the .jie of th'j Naval sylum this of.timber! Alabama.
: In hVVVM. ; t in county required, can be seen oa application to I
t.I. I ; ax oiiuxj i nju: )I. j.,.,. ...\v nuisubj.! j{ tetrad of a It Her dstrd.LIVRtirOOL. ha been ct\led to ttie G.-ner G ivernmentby this the! Arsenal.IVouoa -. ti.dcrsi.iei Have become the owners and

j{ r. ? au an. p- D.'c.-d-2.. .< l -\Vc have had, c ,1un'inwea"iii.-PIiil." ; Gazette. ih must b3 post paid, and| will state lc!: price -s.- ; ." ;fit:o: i!', t-f tiro Toivn IRWIKTON Alabama,

/ll"1"'l"- '5'cr: n.y I k.: d'iilok" i'i Coil' Thrrc inrid this! -_ ct'iiic aiad ftvi.. laU the vine eft" in cstRn-euienUow will fool
am! l ? ;:1C1. ,i tf .IM-: a ; )!! H t > per JOHN LuLLS, Citpl. of Oruiuuicc.Jliattalioochec ,
! ; F/'m tne Xtnr': I) ii .J.rcr'ier. ( -i-yi'u t "-at.; nnba.! lie on the s-n, on Wcd.iftstlay
ofi Flo.
lii ,' 1.j '., j 1'iorL.r. with > ItIb'ILS! revived !k'aniiJ. !) January :of, Is33.Fc .
:. s 4 ri: I XT AKTF.T. A NE\V J.-Ri.v JUSTICE.-It will beiCcn.remi'd :,. 7 j2-.4w.j t..o tirjt: thy cf ApriL! r ; Jclr to cr i.nri.ei front rlnyne
& ii1tvv- iidt' c-fl! Journal
: ? r ofCr.mnicrcc.
; ; Ccrrespoiisltc
:4a 'd > ], t'nl one "f Hie | T.jns imjiliorttcil; int'c '. to dy, 'u.'ji uli arc sold: Tha terms will ba oi fourth

t draloe T lho contnl1, lv. U; in addition i I L.lVPOOL.1)cc.i f: 22, 1 S31.V r.cls: of piracy at H inif as Inlet, was a Justice of is o T i <; c: j path o.c lo-.iitSi m ,.i i< ;sjonli3Sc.! the; Lilmceiiie twe1cflaJI.t.

lie !'ia (-*!l1L.fjtL t ih r' n jr of such i'K- \\ I haven Jink-tflnrv hvuitl f>r C>.uuri I ihi f >8 Pea jiiij t'-iat h? s:ccic.icd, !Iy a |irccipiate flight, A LL persons arc for warned and cautioned ajr L Unit -tl fc'i iit-s natent f T this picperty,

l arrt J to a i'aiire tihicaar : ns'ir.ii hi n t wi.ire w. ftiilv ten iu priet-a ti II in% tsrariIz nt the t '!.tc time tliosnown; in prison % cre .L: trdiliii'! dr several notes yivcn by in.i t., Ju."cu I b-en oli aihc! j th? title-* will Iclf>sr and in'

the 1iil. pa: htst'e iii I t () I- 1:1: v.v Jinvt* :i more gent'ral tliMiand we rniiioi t 'Slrsuclly tik'T. <.)n AVcd'cs r<3'ifcnn! >o iti''ii! :"rshal! Gcn.t Crinson, Kxecutor of Thomas Howard, d-a{., uboat ; !.Ic. The To'vu .;!' is si'uaied ii>
:a t 1...' ha
or'v: I ..a.ij fl: Ii L I 4j1j t..t I wlintvi'have: lost.) \ViIuIl say nt least ; I) 'ivy, of tilts town, ) rt-.vivcj iuf rmation iVom a the ..irst o; li34, (the amount of each o" the sev(>raJ I JtrLicair county, \abrtm] ; mc: liaity upon thVest !
: t I1 14)' I frit nil -hat t'r* .atSr.iteVm.. n' tes about fifty dollars I have l.iAfni \ bank of ihe Chattahcocht river and high
a d : : : ,. .. uusjHNiuv per ib.' f frii.ii ihr 21th, November.! \\ori iy Pla'.t Esq) ) as fiVei n' on a
i PT per int sill I t'iu :r'v -r l.i rjiumcJ t- Iiis gainst the same. TI1OS. JEK auJ level BUft, commanding v.efl on the water Top
ua; h. r.j tj! | L vEHi'oyL, I'Z'), -Tl'c sr.lrs of Cotton A>Ir R'.ip; f> : ;: > restdfir.e. GliCliX. a
; : IX.1 11 o si"irJia. ly set out tinsume evening, in Feb. 7. f-26-tf] two nv.Ies or more, up ar.ddo* n the rtvcr. It is justly -
lL 1ej14I. t l.1 : j C'4. } the v.'k M-liij! la ; n iih '1i. L. A. Svkca, w114 volnitr! .red for considered the "most deli hiful and healthy oa
company spot
jj j uio i <.f: <] .h; iniih-iis., a-ul j din.SO S. Island! :it 20 :i 23.1 10 do sininrd at 12.1 NOTICE. I j the river
him. Coumbm! \nd is
it thn crcasi t.i .lit on Tiic rcici-.ed: Hightsabua. and the Bay, ; surrounded
kfla S ii. ti I : r: 31-0 BuvJ J't 8 3-4 n lid; 1599 New Olc-aus t iii'hii li!, \. I. .&C! cxp'-rieijccl several WILL be old on \ cduesiny the 1 1th inst. nl by a fertile and extensive body of land, lying

.I '_,J :pii: a prcvi1.g-.. th v t1 ll i 8 5 Si 11 .1 41. nnd 900 Alab.una at I S 3-4 n lOjd.Tne 1. h ur-j delay, iii lonaetjtiBiire uf'hc uifHuiiy of pro Auction, to the highest bidder, a very priuci pally ou tlie Barbour, Chewallee, and CourUceo f

or.1Li. t1iv.I1i ( C iii F i.1 ILI.t Ii) .i ;. ;ItiI. iu.i r:; j inuk''t: wtis Ut-cn extremity dtd), and pricesJnvcdfcJiiU'd rttrizz Airtlicr co.ivcyanco, niiiS ','. c-re ui It-uglli only h likely Negro boy 13 years old. creeks, and must necessarily command the trade fur

;, rtjectitlg our ;i 1 4 J. 'l'< -day here is but I a small IIRhJI&I to l fIr4IU ;h titi iktiittry iicrvcnti R. J. IIACULEY. sixty or seventy miles around it. There were upwards i
:: ui uch a re iot tm Feb. 7 2 lavor :; lj2 r Ject t.pctilv : deiimitl; the s.iltrsare a 1000 bales tieailvall 'H of ? ir. IL .l. tuitli atih K. l. Jui. 'l'l.e lattcrrntTcmau [ ] of three thousand Bales Cotjou shipped from
nvow- ( ) iica.r.c their udc tbroli this pbcc the last sea on and it ;confidently bIehr.
tfi' S.r.f Gjveraawni to si.ov Aniiriicau, at 8 3 4 a 10 1 2J. ; vrv CU NOTICE. : j
. ;; t .- I time alum st itLid piti.s of ,Itii.cutli, hut iiicistsqLcmvt cd that next season there will be ten thousand bales i
Oi be sold
vt I ) aite i I fats is a on Wednesday next llth insf.
<'!' tiic d-'tcnliou at lli i&town. they did WILL a carried to this point for market ; and this quantity
1; alid I !IT1'sCi1 tli. ligi it likely Negro boy IS 19 ,
Short Cut from .Vt'ic York to .Vnr Orleans. not rcac'i' the cst-a distinct cf fifty miles.amitlftcr or ve rs nM. must increase as the country becomes 'settled.- There-
! ) li1 faII1I' -d Fel 7 126-1 .J. .
tjf it:1jv; The d'sc )very of a line barb )r at tlie ninuib daylight, which of nr.s bctniyed their <:xj>cdilion cannot be any other! Town below Columbus that am

IG ( itiZC. ? lii flU efOXK ihc .Sir.vant'C Hivcr (t"L>riJa,) has given rise i t to to ihe nci h-JO.-haoJ, nffonling tle guilty an NOTICE. interfere with Irwinton ; and as the Steam Boats can

!: OF TI1S PEOPLE. nriny n iveable a ut ici pj ti HiS a 1flO1I lie citizensof OfijII Lulil y to Cs Me. The Jiistiverf tscj1ed Irotit His WILL be sold at public Anction on Saturday ply between it and the bay, at all seasons of the ypar

New Orlcati s, \vbiclivi'l' ,1oubtes soon bereali.vl. house just as the; party dr. ve up, and took to an ex- 7th inst. a very likely Negro woman considered that it affords superior advantages For

I Hy: the li.illctin we learn that steamboatsfro.n tensive barren, \> :i cli biiis wnhia a few rods au-i girl 9 years old. The woman is an excellent the transaction of commercial operations. Captaia

Dr wj I'OR THHca'cJt New Orleans caStt\'ise, on reaching the harb 1 of lie Irnuse. ccK>k and fiskL hand, about 2u years olJ. Seth Love is the Agent of the proprietors, and tewding
'g ne>: s'-raxs: :* Martial \\\i\\\ Mr. his Feb. en the spot, will sell of the lots
Cl.W -. in question sail Ihe river through! The Hykcs, discovering 7 1-26-1: R. J. HACKLEY.NOTICE. any privately to any
I .a. in receive.i r tiny up; aIjcauiil'ul it for ab-.nt three miles wish to
te my replies to his scprivaie iracky in the snow, pursued purchase.ALFRED
; : atl11 'k upon IIIy charactert country H)r 40 or 50 miles. From thence nicanJcrinjr in every diieclion through almost impenetrable IVERSON, )

1e', :ts ns uiiiJ .!. )( ) ,> ansvcr or rcJ : a rail ro.ul (tic route of which was examined I thicket* of scrub oak, pines and: briers As AVERY splendid ifesortment of Superior Gentle, SETH LOVE. J

10 ) Lair.tu all:.;, 213 ,ih: ; t slic'icr the distinguished Gen. Berna-d) maybe constructed there ii very lilllc snow in that vicnity, not cxcccde Clothing, consisiii ; of Dress and Over JOHN FORSYTH, jr ) Proprietors

TH o r v trM.a. or I v a quibble in the sa C. to the navigable! sources ot the St. John's and an inch or two any where they found it extreme- Coats, Goats hair Camlet and Plaid Cloaks, Panta B. V. IVERSON, }

'I mhen-i'0 t Uiblj ftfttI ih-ireoy things to palm St. Mary's Rivers, from which the v hole of the: |I.di.Ticu'.t, tt tinius u tracJ him, but they at length loons, single and 'double breasted Vests, plain ana: January 31 163. ((25-tds) "

. i 11 alaijj4.i.. ar i"cc to jaMily himself dniigcrons navigation: of Cape Florida and the l spied him at a distance, nid son brought him- to tufUed Shuts, &c. &c. for sale at reduced prices. Aplo TO BUILDERS. -

this auT'1': n"l\r d-i viI1 is i "*' !5lis conviction uvur.J lull Stream being thus avoided, \\'c may, in two a stand lie printed a d >uUe barrelled: pistol, and R. J. ACKLEF'S Auction room. subscriber have been -

VX.e idn2uP3n| varijuj other in itters in the most furious rviaiust threaseued death to tho Fco. 7 _126-tfJ THE appointed commission
o, or three days, oust; wise, reach Savannah and _ _ to receive plans and for
e. &ade aT: !ir"aJn: iiic iciionof ihecharjreH man who should nrrc-bt him. He was advised to cool estimates building a
Charleston from which the latter city again the FOR SALE. Court-house the
ilIUj m town of Monticelkx for the coon-*
3: by Guy. DuvnI.u his and finding that the sentli-mcn.boinj iheaisclves -
Pt. : thctt.viInce of Seaaur ag. ILbh and t il.h- line of steamers takes you to New York, iu an av- rage nnucd, were neither intimidated, nor disposed A1 NEW and splendid PIANO FORTE, at New ty of Jefferson.-Proposals of this character, for
J of 70 80 hours. To Savannah and indeed .LT.. York cost, if applied for this warded to either of the subscribers
I o1 hiving au.ctI inc 'u the Pit.t c. j eragw or to do hiia any personal injury, in a few moaieuts soon. Enquire at will at Menticello,

I Very tin he was tatang rcat credit to nearly to Charleston, the route front'L it.d yielded his pistol, and submitted to an arrest. orK c. meet with due attention.

. *,:) 1I'rua fr having viii iicited and prli eilin John's River may be made almost The partyjquielly retraced their steps to the house, Feb. 7] WILLIAM BUDDS,

qtiibWe vjti the for&ntr geiilemi and between the islands and coast. If a rail road where our worthy Magistrate claimed the privilege of FOR SALE. Jan. 25 25 JOSEPH M'CANTS.

hI: ig to h to know if he ever heard him"etotl a- from Charleston to a point on Parulico Sound in bail, and gave ood and sufficient security in the sum, Casks Ten riff Win-. 18 gallons to --td. | |

: :* President his j.resmcr." Knowing North Car'aliu&were constructed, another inlandwater of $4,000 fur his appearance at court. the Cask, warranted "direct importation" NEGRO CLOTHS.

$, : what Mr. Bibb had ifore wi-itt e.i We are informed, as soon as the party reached the and good
. route would here ofler, which by the Disinal quality, at a low price and 22 bass of prime
. 'Uva wlij was, not that be karJ C neighborhood, the females were seen running in all I COFFEE. V.C. MILLER.St. COTTON Oanaburp*;
ol.ed would conduct Norfolk
e L that V the President said XX"t* W. abus Swamp, directly to directions to sound the alarm, by which means others Marks. Feb. 7 26-3w. do. 7-8s;
;' *. of White in from whence vre take the present route through Gen. Dare [ ) Do Negro Clothes
I*)thaif C0ttws wrote to Col. who are implicated entirely escaped. ) ;

*. M.! Wa% 1terfr pre'enf a! wy conversation'erCni the Chesapeake to the Delaware River to New ami Mr. Syces returned to town about day-break this ROBERT S.Mn.sti: ) Do. Part Wool do. do,. .

: Sraadlhe President relating to me, ibis: York. Almost the whole distance from New Orleans > morning, having been rbscnt two nights and a day vs. ;> Attachment.JAIICS Red Linseys; -

i i. ow Paljl hes as his acquitAl. I willttitJL. to New York being thus by steam, and sheltered i-! CUAPMAM ) jyiut do. --

i$ .hit coa 'icts him : the facts relative to from sea.-[N. Y. Star. A Bill, (says the Montgomery Adv ,tisei,) I FB1HI3 suit has been comII I- Plaid do *

are these at the time Coh White pasUis granting a charter for a Rail Road to commence JL mcnced by attachment,

. ? hom2h fIns about those charges! and OM. We learn Columbus Ga. and extend the Florida 1 returnable to the ext term of the County Court)f Super Gingham Umbrellas; -
; aY hc wrote K> that Goir. agailftb Putoiifor two Coffee for ( ) to Leon County. je deiendant and all others interci M Brown Cotton half Hose; .

ar O'fln!, to get rid< of me the charges by "ru/far armdicttiog from the Gazelle that Curl Elliott has calledChas. Hoc in a direction towards Pensacola, has recently led are requester o appear and plead to the declaralion. I For sale for cash, at small advance. '

tL meu, thereby nIit his crnIptioi C. Loring, Efeq. to account for words contained passed the Senate of.our State, and will! no doub'lpass LEIGH REAP, Att'y. for PJC GEORGE LA 'i N:

Cot W. Ui me tfiina t in-the delete of Lieu U Babbitt, before the the House pf Representatives,. Feb. 2C-tf Jan. 31st, 18S5.r j3w] '

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S ,ADMINISTRATOR'S. NOTICE. c- & rOV.a "' .' j
"A of JAMES accounts nnd vouchersxjf estate of Ro- '-y- .. ,4 it:

/ existing between HANDS wanted to work on the nd makejoy. THE 1''D.' OUTER; deceased, will be: presented TOXIC .M'ltx 7'; ; c

"John P. Booth MO* 'anes-D. Westcott Jr. hall- for the' ensuing-year. to the County'Court of Leon at its next March term, I 'A.fD 4.,2
.n pisolired by agreement. able bodied hands to hire,wLlE please call for a settlement, BO for as tho same has been admInis-- I ANTICOSTIVE.IN pity.

M"r'J 1831. the undersigned. ; or to Capt. H. P. tered by JAS. S. LINN, admr'. consequence or the -

BEN CHA1RES, January 24th, 1835 84 6-w with will annexed. 0 impose spurious attempts imlt&t ,1Ia1'l' &I8t

CARD. WILLIAM the estate of valuable M ediciuci on the .
continuance m TURBUTT R. County are ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Mid on the necessity of S SfufSSfjffv
C *tC lutU D Wr-rcoTT Jmnoa dsclinwt a. behalf R.
icrS cre'aryo .' accepted the Comnl io', Committee on M. GIL- THE acionnf bnd vouchers of the estate of PKLA- tine to as few established a,tnts ITt'4""Iih
r 8 Attara-v for th* Middle Dhtnct,chiefly that he mik' I Tallahassee. 29th. Dec. 1834. 21tf authenti WHITEHTTRST deceased, will he presented ripply the regular hut time nriftr and .premiUf irff to t,practice o' the its next. March nd.AfulIwill H tpCf
1tf estate, are re- to County Court of Leon, at term, ; \ be t.rP yof&
iewbrti Orleans .
,aw;and hinform*hit Men4in Florida and has been administered constantly kept j
Court of AJ1IV'al1. H as indulgence for asetllement solar as the same i whose names and .
hit .11 b'lin" entr istrd tohim in th; LADY residences are
fly "7or thr 3onrt nr Middle Dirtnet. or In thft 8111'rlo- 1& The schooners Adm'x. by SRAHVRITEAURST, adm'r proprietor wishes it cl $lindly anne QrI '
Franklin Counts- i.. WwtiJwr Florida. 0' TON Capt. P. H. SWAIM, 24th 216 unirsj,gj
tV.of Jackson am.t [ .] January 1835- w not be responsible for the Ie
*n nanct'iKl ami a* imt aUenliou.llahlt regularly during the season every month NOTICEALL sold II his by any persons, except Ai Let

1' 'rft% U I t! .-- _ between New Orleans and and St. Marks.Dec. persons having: demands against the estate Spurious mixtures have been rnnde and sold** ', .

FRESH GROCERIES. 13th, 18S4.1S6msnaDIrS English and G. MATS, late of Jackson County, derable quantities oy two physicians L !**?
deceased, will present them in tile time prescribed by Gadsden countIes, and perhaps by oifi J JJ
,T1;/."*?0 iktf J 1as i just received aud offers & \ at their cs- law, duly authenticated. doutless! be imported from New York and !

A 00' BIS. FJou njlHE subscriber has received a general on "I onroc.t. HENRY J. HOLMES, ndm'r. Those, therefore, who wish to piWrt? I

10 do. Buck-Wheat, 3. BOOKS AND STATIONARY which from New York, SUSAN M. G. MAYS, a-lm'rx. article can be sure of getting it e-nty/r thtTaS .

T 8 do. Water. Crackers, his old customers at reduced prices among ,among which December 1 1834. 24tfJOSEP3I The followins cenllcmen! arc Agents ia FlarijT

The Token for 1835 ; viz: E. B Pei kms.Genrral f Agent at TiIhWe'
25 boxes Ruiqinq i
Kerr -
r AVatrhcs, .:- 43tures, Agents for St Marks
n 20 do. Cheo, Affection's Gift ; ; Gold Earrings, just received from New Orleans and Sew : Jime C. Eccles do. Qtiincy.

:. XVilh* an assortment of all kinds or Groceries for Christmas Box ; s, Watch! HAS a eencral assortment of GOODS usually : GoMin! it Folsom, do. Mk-kawokr.

't:11e. at the lowest It Tho late Novels, and Ladies called for at this season. He has the I Darius \'rilliatsScC do. MonticeBoTNov.

p'3 i "CEO: LINDENBERGER.Decembers. And a great variety of : ,.nlain and Best or N York and N Orleans! Flour, J Thomas. F. Potts Alexander, d ha). 1lCk5tewn 1
.-17tf.FLORIDA Wk stands (1 TI).
-.-- -_._ Standard and Miscellaneous Works; quality, patent Goshen Butter, Western Hams; M ilculrn Fur son, do. Th Cb\ttah"lOtht e. TIC'

LJA D FOR SALE. Scht ol and Blank Books, of every dC8 ; isst1rs, Packet- I\Iess nnd prime Pork, P. W. Giutier. Jr ii'). 'Mart:111 i e. VTi

n: undcrslsncd havintj purchased of General Rogers Extra fine Pen-Knives; \, Beal-Hi! Eastern Potatoes Chrpsr Holmes Williams, do. Camp Je
Onions and
Ink \
Quills Paper Scaling ar
:i.: Tape
the township land in Florid.sran- ( Caps, Look- JOhN IL flOWANDP0
ted to- LaFayette him by the, Congress of the United States, oficitlie Pc.ckct Globes, for Childrenc.. $-c. i Sperm Cnn lls. family Beef in halfbbl.Niur .-*; 1. J 1. ((12RmJStoring 'or. to

The subscriber also informs the public, I ( :f\ flail Po\vd; Siol
*in,c for salt :
This land is situated in the immediate neighbourhortj CULATING LuinA&Y is now open, and any Countiv. nnd Holl.ind Gin; & Slipping :;idtt.-
: &'ievcd for fertility of come a subscriber on complying with the '!I'IN ::S.
fis b
of Tallahassee,nn< ,
Imperial Tea by th- l laox ? will attend
; 1jEIRSTLrRGE j..
,toil apd local vantages, t<> be more valuable than a WILLIAM LuI
c. Brown Domestic i i! will also
hv the halo
a November 1st, 1834 12-tf ; OIL
nnv other 'land in the territory. C.'U.-in fii.ntsvd to th-ir! care for
The Ronthxrestern part of the township adjoins th" 01 1 fresh All kinds Cut Nails and Brad-; m rl\t in ti! Tnire.-l Suites or cIsexT! shipment, anda ,

city of Trllahassee, from-wliich point to the ship int' ROWAND'S TONIC \ Pure Hollow fV.ire ; N. Orleans KIWI; nrch.ise at either their Stores in TallahassctorSL crc- *

tv.rt of St. Mfrks, a distance of nlw>urenty miles CASTOR OIL, Q17UY7JW2, LLF. Wl.VR. Pouch, Apple and Cognac Brandy; Muko Oct.4ih, 10.11 (
in short (8tt
ivnil road is in contemplation to be made a -
) the ol" the
Ii I1\t. Also the celebrated RED LmrMENT" use All kinds Shoes by the trunk, case, &c. -

,The navigation ot the St. Marks river bas been rr- tism, &c. 50 : ( AMPUTA He nishes to puichasCotton, De.r Skim a'd J
4 rriUlyimnrovrd.toa point 'Itl.un six miles of the JANE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM," an EVE, DISSECT Coir /ftu.-.Tanolia. r c.15, 1S.Uttf lTo 1'1j

Southeastern part. of the township, which wllItTord cine in colic, bowel complaints, &c. 50 cs. .

iuvi ratio) for a cheap and certain transportation oft "Dr. STOUSE INFANT tfnopsn for bowel( Lnncets and Rent I ra "' ,. .', ., 1.14 \
children 25 v
1 produce. be sold in nl\rrc1s to suit. those wsh- I U Dr. WEA,*ER'S ETE'SALVE $ ETE. J H.c. S from the ,. HAT well known Plantation on L'ke Iik !i, ? Q S ,, .. .ttF"-- f,1I
This land wilt 25 a. known as the lands of tin Ian Jr:! .y JPde- C
|p- to purchase, on A credit from five to eight years.: WATER, S Balm Catnep \ huvin I\ ,
hust. tin .
on about fif'v! ,
will Do. Itch Ointment 37 p e <'' sixty :? ;! i eiII
those wishinr to purchase ; l. =
L at reasonable orir s-either of th 'mrlcrsinr:1Tn.J.T. Du. Worm Tea &. Salvo, 25 Savory, 'ifot'eui buds.' F r ltmn.-appty to Oeorjre Joi.soniir ? ii' : -
makeapplicalion to Do. Tooth Ache 25 J. F.. c.n""tT illaha ;f' or i-i the slJh"' :rribor. _
r '\ \'f 1'.lJTT1'ALL, Drops, iii' ,
I WILLIAM P. CRAIG. Tiu ROACH & BED.BUG BANE," l INDIA CURRY. J. n. 9ih, 1831. r :2f.l ). ; !' f ,'C.Oi -' '
I Tallahassee: November 23d 'RSS. 1 StfCT effectual means of clearinghouses, &c. of and Per- "1 IX: ... t'-Ji ut'tf r d.tti.! ,location| will aa\+! to I &i' \''."A' -'....s, ''.'\r'. '.. -. .

j ; Charltstcn .! 'errn"tvtrr /, BcdBugs.Sacheromctcrs. SNUFF. May lh ; Hon. the Court for the '_ "' J't j
? 'The Snrannnli Georgian, County Cou.uv o: x '.. .,".:'Ai'.I..J.t.A
1 u"t Co'ut"tlioY(1i, Soit'?'fnL Ruor'trhll' II.f'- Hydrometers, Sujjar INK POWDER .--n'r ni for Letters of Administration! on the Instate .i--b-. ,g .

yule, Georgia: TZfe' 'no'lc1 Km /?'-fr->nd Star, Raleigh mometers&c. just received, with a by general assortment E. B. of ofG NDISO.V GLo\ER, deceased. '-,X m. .' 4 oi

N. C.: will publish the \Jf\! ',' fur cicht weeks and for PERKINS. WM.: P. CRAIG. elr
nffit Oct.) 4, 1834. [8,6In1 Jan. 31. 1 l35.; -NSTIt4' ,p r. :, I,. Eo
wlId their nccounts to this ( f] |2I-Oi\l !aUH :" .r' 'I'ge by FIR
_ '
NOT ICE. *. ,Jc tCI"'Clt on tua ':; iI\,1r.I,1c terms', ,1
.: "1TAR" HOUSE NT TOMMISSIONS BUSEs persons nrc l 2ieby notified, !1 L-4f Watches, Jewelry, &c. ictionto thelIb'a'r!. r, r eot.1 the Protection fi_.
-N : AT PAL \rilirOLELORIDA: ALL l1cd Administratrix of D\\ID J t '.tncc company, iltx.-U\.rd Connecticut. luerert
.I The subscriber's, bavin? as -er under the stile and 'fi.\1. of 1--ORO fc TI \ P DIN, Spring [March] Term of the County ) -st.. ived an addil''iml! MI?" 1latetlUI.I s.itisfact.'uy evidence, furnished oft the corectness .1

VI nuniosnnnsicim 'a Gf irral 'V. HIE HOUSE aidCOarVSSJOV County, to settle tic account of her piyOf'VATCI1E..IVWELr.YIL. of the n-pr"''enlction, and the good mural
H'rsitt at .'Inalachicola. Harm and procure her dismission and discharec Store. VER SPOONS,&c. which lie 11,1 ra'tclnt: the n pIi; IH. The si>h rncy ofl'je Offct
tnade suitable arrantremcr c with h se'crl'es c1s fur 1SJ1. MARY : : ; m.tice. fh-i for siTe rn his eusmtrrca' ,md its f.iirnccsa punctuality: may l>econfdeniWicdon. tiC to'C'
Sept. 15 ((6tf 1
sonaMi! .
of Cottor fee. either to New tc ini.FltR1)EleK" .
: the direct tr nj>ort alien ri m. of Bilti E. It PERKINS. '
York or New Orleans nnd hivin?. facilities at all ; ; GOOD*? TO\VLF.. "t'ihlahassee. .' ...'Z. ts. 21tl
times within their power oimkn rmiqnaMe ndvances and Ga! Get: 4th, IS:>.;. (S-f)

b upon prodrce consigned lothcircircnndmrinaffcmpnt; \'; ,&c. &I'. Tiic subscriber has employed a Witch-Maker uirr.-t J(
I they would respectful: I -ndor their services and so- attention of th, .om Enslarij ; and nsure ll'C public, thai any \vok
licit a liberal pitmnasro! i.i: the avc! line of 'vismess.Vledoiuw establishmonr entrusted to him in his line, shall be done nrrunptlv, .I T
their 'JeT.tontll and iid'h1"a' attention 1f1 all to supply and in i!>e'"*.* 'm umt-r. SF. T. F;

Jmsinessconsigncd to tln-m, either for sale or other } uith first rate it
; jm
fail to give .!!! #
wise.Their Ware Houses nrl Close Stores are undergo. t UCTION SALES.-The subscriber' expectations I r,'

ir. j a thorousrh repair vdlbehrac t and commodious ted himself in Tallahassee, proposes J It r;

4 .. ftiltiated in a desirable part of the town, and as ex- M-al c.jmmission business, regular sale -- t In:

t' ,' rmptfmm the danger* o' fire; as any other house, of a and Saturday.He .

similar( character, on t',. Point.WM. will also attend administrator -.:: -
P. F RD, (lite of Anznstn, Ga.) in the county. ROBERT J. A and sold wholesale and lie-
EDWO.. \RDIV, ( "! 1a hi"ola.) March 23d 1833. HOOR&7' VEGETABLE jADE
REFERF.N'ES.-SrlfHfJ't & Fonlainr, Smith .. N. B. Instruments of writing executed ; Frpderick ctmnty. Md. I IIY C HersU .

; Morgan, J. S. Calhmn*, $1. H'. Prrn, 4 Co. T. <$- .'1. ncss and despatch, by R. J. concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkms., t!.
EmItS' t Co., Wiittir!: Grcemcocil. < Co., -Columbus.fy -I discovered for The above Ointment i* olF red to lllf poblicsi te
flqzrt irr'a--f-I, Jas. JIamiltun $ Son.John R.PifHn. D YSPKPSIA AND T : ; !ll. 'Jsthma, ar- and) certain rfmwly fi>r !line obstinate iliiei'
-New-Yor',,. Dr. J. P. PETERS, Professor the Rfca\t and some of which huve M> long batHed the skill of it1ia
dicine who for several has .-! It.
years, \ : science.
Iewthorn.-N. Orleans.
J E. If- Gregory:gnt b !
Mobile.Aujr. attention to the tre\tment.of cAronc or Rtrenirth to t hr 1st White SweUinj every description.
St John & Lratens, T. W. Me Coy.-
17, Hrn Itr eases, has succeeded, by chemical .\ ) the Spirits, 1'1,. 4 FULL supply of LandicthsT superior garden, 211 I sore Lg4 'Ind Ulcer* -f l lone standing.:
.- thesis, in forming a combination from liottle of th' herb and lioxvcr seeds just received and wa"rriilei: :>1<1 Schirru.or Jlnnfluiar Tumours. partkaWj |j ]

I NOTICE mate vegetable principles, to which he : ; unl\s manner fresh ; by t:. ii PERKIKS. 1!uoe Ita riIetit1 t amour.'women's J Ireasts which \
Mudicinzc Stomachicrc ct of the disea October 29th. JC
name Hcpatine | if.ROWNB' I iitnc< terminate in ulcerated! eancrrs.
the next July Term of fiad d.n county the proved far more efficient( than treatment wlliIi'
AT any remedy 4th Fnlun, or what so'ns people know by the Ma
nrid vouchers of HEVRT W. Tonn administrator
\ discovered in curing those distressing certi- f-'atarrhs. of '\description..
of Jonv H. Toon, deroiscd, Ute of Ga-ls- mind and boJy, which arc generally ; r th 1 ll'ieninatic Pains of tbejomH.Oih .

den county, w'll be presented to said. Court for a final tIer the sweeping terms Dr rF.PSJA and '( dcmant! : TONIC ?IIX'I'J1E. Sprains and Uruis-a of every description crii
settlement on the pal of said idminisiraior. At the PLANTS-it is likewise an almost certain to reduce the : vi atevcr sitmtc.
t.\me time the siid administrator will apply said FULL supply of this valuable! medicine is pail
to Ir\r emcnt of the SPLEEN. [ ng it income ; A just: 7th Tetters all kit!.. In this complaint' the pifnt. 4C
for from ; received. I shall !iicrcaticr have it .
iCourt a discharge \diuinistrntnrshipas Among the symptomsof Dysncpsiaand coiibUimly 01.hand. in applying; the I) lltlllcat. must keep the L1
aforesaid. JOHN J. ADMS.Att'yfitrH. F
I plaints, arc flatulency, sourness or burning Pills.- rt of w.-i'er'
\V 'rrllll I\dminislrator IT IS WAURAXTED TO nr.
4-2. mach melancholy, irritability, \ A AFE AND EFFECTUALr.KMEin n
u-ed Plh Cni'Maiiu.!! alToctcd fro t.
or by
by-lliru- parts
Quincy, Nov. Id, 1834. [fl1 G1] I mouLfi; great irregularity of appetite, efficacy (over von FKVER AKI AGITK, IF TAKEN AGUKKAKLLTO It i"H aNr, one of the best reineciic ci for Barns uI

; times voracious nmt at other times ; j ) the cur of Oy THE DIRECTION'S. Repoits having' been rircula'.eil! Scalds! f It eases the pain and draws the fire cot Is I ,
Ncw nook Store. thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of : \' give stre.thi; that this mixture contains ai'scnic, I nm directed 'Iv. short tim
and t-ructatio.ts; palpitation, drowsincsss, : t t'le! Pioprietcir to say these reports art ullety fclst Tor Inflamed and Glandulir,
the V.'oinoa's UrC5'a
: subscriber has received :\id will open imme I $ appe- -and 1 am also authorised; to oflor K.ivnrd
THE of the bowels the stomach a of 10-
(n'xtloor South uf :sr. Manor's store) pressure on stomach, ha-i 000, Dollars tit one who will llu exiitcncf Swo'Iins?. it i i-8 superior t:) any iretlicine yet-know* .
in the dizziness any '
pain or vertigo ; tho medical safer than mcrwra
1 Assortment of BOOKS and STATIOVART, and would of the heart, of the least particle of Arsenic fiicalty It is much |
mind attended with the loss of Mercury
memory, | Antimony of ; liecanae .ttiw bCi
J be glad to supply his f.-icnds and the community in contain no or : other poisinous ingredient-in it. any prcnartiou of that material.)
in the stomach when chilliness allY
*", general, with any articles in his line on the most reasonable -. and empty and,weakness they arc a In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits .t not lay the patient liabln to injury from expose V 1,:
sight hearing, pain 1 | | no
terms. "Although his ais-> is not lrict ( iu diet
yet languor, disturbed sleep, cold feel and persons except n lthisrd.agents will be furnUhul! b\ cold.This sIJd a
very general.hc expects lo m:\ke it so by shipments alleaajrinf using -hem. I the Ointment has cured sores of many yc3r
with the \
: uneasiness in the throat caugh in Proprietor mixture to sell a .\:. I aiiis. t r
pain :
lef nnl'othcrs to be made by the first ves- box of Pills, .,le agiult for Middle Florida and in'here% it]s tnpo( breast &e. am assu.od :M i.
: hy
'Bels froiu the North. ; external sore in of the hon wecari !
The above maladies lead 1l0 I Rowaiid: that (except a sm"lIlot sold to Mr. Ki-cNs ronscqacnce '
to organic ,) I of the l't
He has also the Christian AlnVtnick, published expressly tnere Pills for not a single bottle has been will be us orrot'en. it will stop the pro;ress csrt 1I
stomach liver and heart or sent sold
terminating in or by
for Florida, calc.\\icJ|) for the Mcredian of : ( ), Philadelphia him to Middle increase the quantity ol the discharge remove ,
sumption, Apoplexy &c.according to the any person Florida, except to me. :
Tallahassee, and containing local matter in relation detail of .'lrswic'a been ft'nsi\ >mell!) and ea to Territory, which he offers for sale either by thecross its, age, sex, and temperament of the and fur sale If/fcw/mJ'j it discovered in any mixture calltu It cures the worst Felons or Whitlows! on aaPPa Ia
mrrl! bee in
Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., some of the spurious I nni-
dozen, or single : PEllJI S. cation of 48 hoari'
Inventor and sole proprietor. talitr'is. All persons therefore, who wish the t -
Dec 13, 183. 18tf AS.-S. LINN. IStf 'J'juicifixtitrc-shiotulj be giuin. Ilhecma'Jsms which have stood Sit long u tot
cautious of wh) ,
.-Numerous certificates ni they pur-
-w : systen.ttic disorder rcfjnires uujdicinetobetiueaw.trdlv
duccd relative the cliase it: My label will be en every bottle sold:
NOTICE to extraordinary cur nnd 'I'H ille. mr: to remove them entirely. But ia 01O5tCWfl
using these medicines but the E: B: PERKINS Sole A-ent Middle diroettI
: by ; following FOR SALE 1"101j41.1: "t c shy applying thi Ointment citernaliy a*)
ALL persons hivinr claims againstJohn G. Smith, sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most I Nov 2'M tj.-/ it will >ive relief "Andeven io old peojjWihave wbtl
( 1 htt' of T.ickson are Salt in tW
county' requested ,
From Dr. James Ewell Author of the STORAGE! STORAGE! STOUAGfiTiTTN ptU bceu of longer standing it
to present them to the sub-oriber' legally auihentica ion !

to ted ; and those indcblnd nsfn, will mike arrangements for or NEW-ORLEANS Family Physician., Dec. '"., ; addition to his old ware-house the pain.To sea. captains and mailers of vesselstbiaoi9must I tnwrf,
early settlement, l'il: ?cnce cannot be given.
.ata To whom it conctnl.-This is I subscriber coast it i
DAVfO G. RANEY. Adm'r. may to I recentlyercctcd a spacious build ho very valuable! in winter on our '
have witnessed the operation of Dr. 80 23 feet for certain in Mr.ctson ChiblainOrp3'!
Aspalaga, Dec lath, ..- !-w' ng by receiving cotton and tn(1 ver- its "d
Sloinachicr Hepaticcf in a number of [ TIMOTHY M'CARTY. with frost it likewise pres yes its njwliues it

NOTICE. Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long St. Marks, December27ih 1831. | mROrt lJ1ah' -
: IX Weeks after date (as the( largest creditor) I wise in several cases of the enlargements of A br re mad5s testimony: proving tltevawao*"
S shall aonly for letters of Administration on and its affects were truly astonishing. I : 1 l-21bs AND'S T )NC( )UXTURP. ?flist oxcelTen medicino* will[ be snenu 1 frt'l" lIeJ

.i1tc Estate of Wp.. T Kilbee, deed. sitation in declaring it the most. valuable -ROPE of J.1. ( a perfect and lasting I I wish? farther information on appiication'toDr .
JNO. O. SEWALL. for those distressing ailments that bas the Subscriber, cure for the Fever and$ Ague. For sale topi curio any of hw authorized a.e'if3Tho dI

Marian, January 17 .2 -fj in my knowledge. JAMES \ wholesale and retail by [' i above tnediciae ,oltl by appdU3CIf 1

Wilkcs County. Geo. :' on the .-,. & WESTCOTT, Driest, Jppabchi-1 I I the patentee and warranted aennine.E. .
Trustees Sale. The u-dersfened can bear testimony to in Co'toh! &c. cola, Florida !\I B. PERKINS.Tallahassee. DJI1'6''j7t;,
efficacy of Dr. Peter's Aledicinx PEACHY. : 'I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and !'. Fehrutryiilth! 1S31.iu.MEDYyOR iI
: BY firttie o an appointment made by the Honourablc patcae in the cure Dyspepsia and Liver 1 Westcottmy agents for the .iIe.of" Ro\\- !f I k- .
the Jud e.of the Superior Court for from personal experience. WM. G. nd's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory1 i : RIIJ U IATIS
the Bounty of Leon Florida, I shall proceed to eel PotS' Florida
Dr. P's Medicinal StoTaactiicae Hepaiix Eastern part of Alabama, K. : excruciatinjr pain-the decrepitude rha
to the bidder at public sale at Tallahassee THE bkh are
r. highest of on in parcels wi'h full directions for using. to the public Western r- t of Georgia ; who arc iblo to furnish ). an.1 thtf ptcrnature old age BJJJ
;:- th ,7h day heretofore"February next' the following deScrihi1pcnYi to three parcels will be necessary to he has received the said medicines to all who may apply to them on usual alien Jams of hc disorder, are snffefMfiiiiu .J c.f
the late Thomas
\ by
: : sate John Y. The price is $5 a parcel.A n continu as 1 favourable terms as they can obtain from the pro despait of a care or disappointment w efedhcy
; Garey, iu trust to satisfy a prictor himself." of the antidotes ta
(, the said Thomas Heir to Messrs Belton great quantity the above very perschr. DeltJ, Signed, : numerous pretended or
will be : "JNO. R. ROW But those who have; made a r" :
rations, kept constantlyon hand of Wool AND. purpose.
Vir the East :
r; and emory, : half of the South East LINI1even
qtiartei'. of Section twenty seven, and the North half J. E. B. PERKINS, Hats, Hollow- "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833., 21 if I DR. JKUB'S CELEBRATED gie!
I '
Who authorised to dispose of them, 4-c. con- iiicnsesof long'standin and of ticLaracter e.a
; of the East half of the North East quarter of Section NEW STORE. !! *
tbirtyEIu4bQth1u Township two, Range North sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as ; blue, black 'have received t'crtl reliRft 1UId.t

f aad East of. the Meridian, and containing one one, bun obtained of the proprietor. Also by ; Cassincts THE subscriber' is about to estublkh himself p'r- been t'nrl'd in a few days. lome\in24h0fl"ber 9 '
Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS ; Prints in Tallahassee of in Boston and viciaity, w W ,
jcictand twruty acres of_Laud, together with Stock ; as a Merchant, and persons faJJ .
an"4 sundry articles of husbandry. Mr. HALSLET, Druggist, Shawls Gro will op-n for sale in a few days, at hb store on- nirly utlh'ctedmth Rheaniatwm. ''JVCT5'u ,
\ : EDWARD CHANDLER Trustee. JOS., PRIESTLEY Mull Muslins; posite the Office of the Floridian, a small assortment !i fied. Cei lilicatea are in the posaessiot 01: P*; 'i ;

: IU- :J.HJICKLKT: : ,* Auction ccr. I The following are few among the many : quality ; of Hats, Clothing, Shoes, Brushes, Wootlenwarc' lor tiruvin the most thorough.11 and sorPJlWJIi.i'ii. ., :
: J&D.3 2t-ld I have been either entirely' cured or general assort .Tinware, Crockery and Stoneware, Hrrtlwaround ml'anfof this poxveifol LLNIMENT. '.gT .
.' : within the l last twelve months, by the 'Ware, Hollow Cutlery, Sugar Cane Knives, Agricultural Implements other ap: nncd applications bad utterly ** '

' Executors Notice."j"j ters' Medietaat Stomachics et Hepaticae Brandy Rope and small Cordage, Kitchen and ,House DU31FRIE _EYE WATEIFor i
' Claret Wines keepiniUtensils. Carpenter's
state of Geort a. ; Cooper's, and Stmth's
,* LL.personi haeblcdto the Estate of Dr.G. H. Mrs. Abner Hicks mention. ,Pur Tools of all kinds. Nails, Brass Goods Locks, Bolts, relief.sore On or recent inflamed Eves,, gives, the.imm effect IS, /'

: ,:LerU, deed., are.hereby notified and required Mrs. Capt. James Willis, for themselves. ,Axes PockeuBooks Snuf-bQxes and Fancy Goods, -Wbe.'c' the complaint.sore eyes has beenor.eart ;
' i/ make immediate payment to undersigned: and Col, Wm. F. Bond, DUVAL. which he is disposed to sell on reasonable terms nnd and ia.some exceeding bad cases.the'.most. ,- -

..i I. all ptrsbii*having'demands'against tho same estate Wayne W. Eglands, Esq. [ respectfully requests aa examination of his Goods. and desirable relief has been found i D th& tk j

4 .. will present them. authenticated. Bryan All j Esq. GEORGE' LANAiAN. ,. water, after other remedy had.ti1e&
Aye every t
ROMEO LEVIS RxorrEsDGI1cwj.: CoL John W.Porter, Tallahassee, Nov. lit, 1834. (l2-3mf It
1 In ursons who ,have used i it, pronoance
T..JtaM.iie* W'J '' ;anfbrd Chapman, Esq } Superior N.Bwandto: : piirchase'a'likely: NXORO Boy oration for these complaints they have I'd_.
1-ml Alexander Innn'Esq' 'W n County, about 12 or 14y arsofage.a '- fn infl110*
1DtI Florida. ? specially case soreoesst'or .i'I-/if

.: ,: J /JLARGE,'and: ompt t ..:r. Col.'Oeo.Q.Mathews, .interested, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.AT standing III, Non8ate. ,.Price gelluine 25 cents UnlesS a boule'IJtI sign tdJ ,

'< "L'identof:: Frc b DriLti Medicines,just rec 'PLAaw\ ,'instituted' as I the next term of the.County Court of Leon pItntadWrapperbJhe o1eimt ,Pi'OP.ietor.W" ; '

Tedfiroaa.NewyorH'< reCor 'ule.trholcsale 'rwiHE.aabaiberhistaktp the FLA*T Court,' 1834. t we will pply_ for Letters of Dismission diata the- IT
and > '
and retft .Couhtrfft rcWu&Ddl'rae Derilnr'. 'I Jl;and ikeli.thj opportunity of ) : to Uw plead Statute to ftn.ths4.dmisistrtion uorHaniy B.Titts Pet saleaf bio C..t "-Rnonf,. rt-

----tw.&" : thai bis neca B will ; ;4-.9r--7-: ,. i. ", 1 ::4. streetf-e r lceitUaIJ: !/'Bos I!
XAS, ccptioncnlhVateftMarchl8 4. f : : BRUCE,:'' '' 0'
JI'\iWti J r ; AU"y tor1'l'tr.. PERKfliS, .
: ? Sift \ K1DOARM. .EANNBIVV&. E. Do Zl S't .
.L'' .. ': :.- TflaT8thji.1834. -.u') T Qa aMce>. much 4, IBOL (

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xml record header identifier 2008-09-14setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Floridian.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Tallahassee (Fla.)Newspapers.--Leon County (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Tallahassee (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Leon County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description "Laissez nous faire.""Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.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>.Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher Wm. WilsonWm. Wilson,dc:date February 7, 1835dc:type Newspaperdc:format v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.dc:identifier (OCLC)2060561 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Leon -- TallahasseeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida