The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
July 22, 1837
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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Tlorldjttnt is published Saturday -- 4
every ----- -
$ el"1I1arl per annum raid within the year,- -1'I baled I I : ,
OUt : to if'r'' "
.,Fs 'InriOlfp81d, in every trip pr venr rn ql1i1g ;
with '
For ?rwEN'T. inserted at One Dollar per squllreADn.RTI TIlEFLOILUHAN r w3t r. Cen. Clinch M'crowed himself in -, -

tires' or less, for the first insertion andyiiyTiwmp I this ca n.c.V"d'C, hatl been an eye.witnesv, for 1t

:h ,"equentmsertion. Adverliscmcntsn 1 more than. |UUI |1MlrJ; hat' mornin of the delay, -1
&+* for e\ with the number of inset lions required and! dftemy, ?!Ilich! fad 1 attended The: crownJf d,
*' c ----- -- -- -- ---
) and for. --
forbid the
charged !
be continued' regular troops alwu Q(o iu unUr, and who
-.11 "
IIIC fJillr on business connected with "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE. were not encumbered in
t0 crossing by horses. N" ,
j tltctstablishmcnt be 'aid. _
must post __ ___ oilier preparations bad been made l fwr '
tht cs .-1----- = __. ._ __.' crossing the
= river

.-I-the County Court of Lcon county,, } I\ 1 Cm1m1 ArUIQm fl a\u 9 U:>39i : '1aut 'Q -I\h ,,1>J !: Mrnctioii: vviien tlra, :the smnll fiirlit! raft commenced uf !rCI'II ,.not except hs. which the! con,.tI.1..
"i'o September Term le3 -- -- < i
( swc'c.l! little
: very purpose; uul yet t, in the hottest: t Iii

fiTIUCI vERR ) Assump'.it SCO: "). EXTRACT FROM in being over cautious in protecting the roar, were m d.inirpr; and in less than one week, two ? part of! ihe ciig.igeinenj:, which; ensued in (less than '

rt. FLAKE, j In Ilaiiiajjt-s attachment.: Gen. Clinch's Reply to Go,". Cass. when the front and advance of the army Were I hundred and fifty mounted ,'olulllccr'crt' raised, Uvenly.five mmures: from the time he I Ift Ihe: river, i

"ILLU" ) : engaged, in a death struggle for( victorith and on I their march for; the relief of East Florida. i i he "expected" me to have crossed with my dm 4 '

fattiER Ie' TOWLE > Damages.sumpllt$200A About the 2d December, I found it necessary n savage and ferocious of three times They were raised on the -pur ol* (the occasion, amid mat i nl:1ni., and come his ; i

fl i FLAKE, ) In atlachmenl. to appeal to the patriotism of the people of their number enemy too br di-n-'R were callni! into service for three or t four; weeksonly. 1 !, ; proper rfcollecli: : :i al>.>iit him, could live
)1 protected, a cypress -
I.t. WILSONJAssumpsit: East Florida, to rally in defence of the wives : Notwithstanding they made a rapid and i had any si.'ch cxpecfation I: be ki.c'.v i ir! tot! irn

VII.LI"\ ,II \ Damages fK<) >. the children, and firesides of their swamp, and that the volunteers wric not I (foiced) march, on Mieit sr.-h'all.I.': t:1\I1I,1111C' conn ,J :possible. 'J'he General siybe: despitdied: cur

'ft.AJ\F.. j I In attachment. tens who were most exposed to felow-citi' to blame for obeying the orJer. Some of try completely' 1I\'I.'rrlill. and 1 in lot
1 ItLLiAM' Potential)!, WILLIAM FLAKE, and all other knife of the Indians scalping these volunteers did, however, cross ihe ri\"t rafter 1IIIIi.IIIn.( ; Clinch was; umb'e! tog.vethe' ; Icnsl t b-5: volunteers! ;as- soon as possible.: Now, I adlrai( : ;

T HE,.':'j.onsjnteie-u'd: are hereby notified: of I the in0f a and incendiary which met with the fight commenced (although not in protection; to the! inhabitant; : l*!. For, IHIIs: lie )dial Col.ll'aIInIllit! : I (sos.-.cli orders \.) me foin I

p the 3ho\'c named uitc. n-spcotivcly, in ihe prompt generous response. In the course time to join in the conflict) aid rendered important seems lo have sjioken ill propiiclic language of!', Gen Clinch' ,imr tltll I I"i.:11'! \' suchi! wercirivcu

SlIUU,11Cl1Ult, of l>coi: county, by process of attach- of a few days} i was considered necessary to extend service by forming on :he (flanks, vvlm h coming 'vvnts lo the Secretary of ///ir/ : lie;had: ,:.: !by him. f !la' 1'IIIl'I\I": : : tougl.l; ;! about n l1Jrlerll"1; 4 tui.r

T". Tlieyare hf teby required to appear and plead the appeal to other sections of Florida not :iviieil hnsutothi; : |forcatstvezi'zi'i 7'ue ( !rnIIIllw river, .w.1111t' swamp r wiutinteivt.'ti: '
I'n ;rd3r3U'nI..l"u' III' .ald c.l-e., aceordil gt"' I the I which also gave; sit ength and security to the front, while i I I eel exciied! (! ,I viev/of ihe tir.I..lIi&r! -t
!I was promptly and generously met; killed war limed him at St. .\II'!lSlillt', and it 1IIIIIIc'; 'l a sharp liie.which 4-
1 ,t'ihp, sa: iu 'JAMRS In uHi rase A.. m'llTIIELO'J"mate lntll'ro"IIt'd.Im:1l' ) and in the course ofa short time one hundred the wounded wore beini!. rcronvoj- re. ; lro"-i[ ; encamped: { at the .\ .'t'Ut'willll'ul. a .J; continnrtl; a !Ii.auilll.s:: [p"IIIM ensueJ, i w
ed over (the river. When Gen. Call told :atid all ?
was ,
: silent and
'furon flirt there we believed tl.e Indians
volunteers or at the frontier !
Auuulev' for -he Tlam-itR were raised and placed under the immediate any |P'IIII on and al I ;
the field that the voluntce their Avithour, were routtd and driven fror.i 'the lid t.L! I ) ,
t K7:; .tfi.3111 command Gen. s were at most provision or aintnunition. I Had tic! 'f min_', I
June- IT x ] of JVIr. Walker ofJJrig. Call, by order posts, I had a right to expert, from his previous i i. IiiiJiai-':; mndr :.tie first :siiii: on them they must': this suspension of (he iiijhf. (,. /1 't: to the i -

LE'' I N. OiU.XTY' COURT.I the then efcent Secretary standing as an officer, that l.e had di-j.' '- !I Lire fallen. ((:J the 20th/ of December, a requestwn oppovle: bank of the river, and intormeil: me that
l .1 w''l'sif..m"' .,!! nd f'ponsj and acting Governor of I" It will be : ; brought to It the regulars! were siiflerln. : evenfyaiul! l !
1t ,'Ir:1I st-d of"them! to the best of his judgment. 1 my cimp: ( bve.xpre, from ( ;Jen. : rcq'iire!
ifu.lJtn I .r ltn'I1/l, : or f.-tIN Jam.;r!. ..11r' ;- seen, from the extract of my letter of the 26th( I I (' au e-cort miiit! be sent ( assistance.I I [ II) him: tat! time vo'untctrs:
'. I certainly owed Gen. Call '+ihliig, and could. : rrnlllll1ye-nrn
1nch'ntu far SI"t.! mueiote I.1 17. I Ind been
I of December, 1S35, that this force joined m.iiiil: to meet iiis., {provision truinindcon.incl' and 'H re sri.'lero.-sinL'! rapidly a1 pojsible. I.
t" I. me : it to J
\\1 1-1 t)1 j t 1".j7 have h"'.1 "' w01'0' or object ill wishing i to Heoi.!
/ in 'aid ''asp. and! all 1 other ;r.iettM'ctefrnitem 101 the 21st of that month. -TJicbe ui'umucis conceal either his acts or my o\vn, on thai. lay i .Furl.: I..Drane..which: ,.lea"J prornpllv: !).?,' _nom. Ir dir.I!! ...withal, 1 l ; ( tt'11'ConevOa.etti': ; ; : tvrarcalJ ,I
had been called out the of the intelligence: : we Imam, r.'ni\.j: ; of the ; :
the institution I on moment \lremity to
1 1I111\ from public scrutiny. In the course of a locpj :.strovetl a party : near (Ihe. rIt'!, :
cm, end' ii I' 'the i sinus If said: writ of at tacit mellt as i and for one month only. It will also be borne life I that I an: hut a t ltv; ijiinules! befoie; l provision train | winch the refill ,irs were ri!<;t'1!; and aIlh! ,::<;!fl;Ills i
.'"'l"3I1t, (."" liable u time I next urmf( b-aid C '0111'::; I in mind], that at this lime I had received no au- military defy any one say ever .'irived (rll. Clindl"a'; then at .Miraiinpv.htil nun cfI.llJot! ero-s the river wish 11I'', a ti I coiiiil: M
;Jill'io a1; !"'". ant'h'altolimed' (' ,-cl.1ratil'nfiledinaids I attempted raise myself by tr.ictinz from carry a other: titt to ( ;Vi.: (IJnitrii! than:
thority from the War Department to raise to a half tiiilo di-itut:111,1:, soun* time alter the hrlmi'rct'lsvi1 my persona
iiiiilios K' the' : similes in mch case made the merits of services 1 hastened .
-uin.: n"I others, nor have I cast unr.ercssary .! iII -('llistf'l.: across the river
receive volunteers into the service of he rode to the ;rollal.: Vet he MCUIto
the United
j "ti'ed mounted" (lie!, first h I lo-md; ; (
ijj it
pun 1 sad.let!
censure un any one. have ihouait have Known : of vo'unieers' until : r.-c i:n the ,
( lUlU I r.S.. Vii):Ltr' ) .\tl'. fur Pl'tL States, Gov. Cass's statement to the contrary nothing ; opposite h-ink, :and < ID ihf, lit"hr.'llil '
to thus much: in explanative of Itlh; of Ihl'cmIJcr111'11 he ., ;
J I.I \ Isnol'T.; Jil S necessary say : says they reported! t v
notwithstanding and their not been in rite act of cnKsInir; the' river I
Prtf.l! Jim" J". 6:57:: .l 5-3m< having my official report of tic 3lst of Dccctnlcr, ; him. The troops ui'.Iei my c. IIlIIS'IU.1| continued; t tin the :attack was rent
muMeied into the sor\ire of the General Government 'I wed by the Iniiin.Ti.eir: yells! and
--- heavy
--- -- I ( scout the! iIlILl.lltll,1 active nlauutrtr';
not to gratify Gov. Cns, bi.t in justice to tin country :
1111DL!: 11'1'itll'T-LEON' SCI'ElllOtCOURT. 1 could ha\c no legal or lawful authority the of driving; tl.e. Indians filing: were heard, fora;, (11II0ll'II'; ; : :and all a!;iii i; .
parpij out mi'il: ILen.trniug ,
and -abused volunteers! and the .
generous people was !;i'cit.: (;ta.ClihdlllJ..crn.fertccnemy !
( !,
0\ er then Their junction and nl'Ilie J'Jlli nl December, when ive took -
1 .1\nlmll it. Summons od rr- witl of Florida. Hut where i t is this new-bun I was rniiH-tl:; : -ncrdC.d.! flea.: !
lrn'ns( am M : rclurncilli !
,.I.atrp : placing themselves under orders 01.lntar the line of nrirch fir, the! Willil.icoochec.!! 7'ue \
were up) f
nifiiJhm -
l lyu for r>00 lmll my
; ),ts. zeal for I,> lie! (lid! "
t' on the part of the late Secretary f tic an-> :: >:ini"ii by (emit Cal: :: that I.e
J.Wrtetwfn: for SM, n"uMl1 /' 1 ) acts on their part, and my right to ejep guides' itilormcd; us that we should! (in.I! an Indian ; "
,' 1 1 'kl" character and honor of little /'''! hit horse I'I lJI'Jhol! fO IIIff'ill.JW'
|1.lIIIH'i 17,1857.TUF use authority over them ceased with their willing our gallant: army town :11I.llIt thirty-five miles;: lion: FurllhlIlI'all: 1 1we \
''i'-ii-rHl\ \ i in s.cj: case, und nil others: intc- S obedience that I a few years Since the just pride of a grale'iil'\ j I 11..1. could! cross the li..erst a lord; without t iflinilly. : here are ( wo fiNe! statements: n.irie: in this short t. L

11 d.! v ill talc: nu'i'.c oft''!c insirulion of said to authority.It country ? What was done for those! brave aid ,\ ( 'l'Ilcsllrpri.1f"Ilatllll'u was thcohjt! sentence. (S.-e: tie! sfitcmenls: of! (:en. ';[!,111:1: f.
sad ,d 1 ili- of aid writ uf a achmoni will be seen that I had no reason to ami l MajorFeiifoni./ .) Col. Uca.l: di.l not return '
1:!ttith as expecta ,
:! spiiits who so nobly sustaiui.-d tic 01'1111'! expedition.; !; : I advised: (;Jen. CHile! !", as 1:11''ollllll'I'rS ,
pre-l..' n-'ii.rali'o:, : \ l to thc nexi term of out Coon of regulars before the expiration witii 'me; le kill !". ei: sliirli'iy: Wi>::ntieii, and njpuc.I > t ,
\ : fl'llll1.1.Ie! Fl-irid-i! !hl.llmlllHlr! tl!
." ,HI:1 'I ,.nid" l (jiK'.ul, to the ihclaiaiion! fled in of the torn for which the volunteers had agreed honor of the array and glut) of' their coin- I llId0111.1 insist th :iv.slo lit !. in i' !il: ; b' :u--:'.,;i.;'.inieJ me (to tiie
| ,: !-lsci! n ar- r-lmg: t the sta'u'ei! in sash caics try on the 3 Isl December l ::3j"l'r ;QI' on returning at ? txpiration I !line where the ,',.XMl'ini'-ers! : rc&uii.mfd.: near the j
to serve. Thus situated, 1 determined to ; of tat!:: tinv" la move ivitiioiit! I ,
; :e rtt:: ;'llJ'lItt'd.CIIA1U.. of (hem promptly breveted (fat( their gallant! irc j river, w'.cie I IlelL 1m::. \;\> llll I arrived! ,,n the
: !.,:!. -5 Sl ) M-ck the and met him on the 31st Dc. carryitiir'.vilh: us naly:, t four il.i: )': rations.I IK'I, ,' F
l.tT., All's for ?'? enemy thai occasion ? And how of I :;rtHl"d.! I !K:': !, tlc (;'cii!.rAlnnJml; st.inding
J. 1)). n LwrcoTT, Jr. $ cember. On arming at the Outhlacoochie beating many him, liiat: : wl.ea his nei: became: fatigued:' le!: vo very
ri-I rKisc t'' the rest r.iiikofil.p rl'uare.! Now if the )
1 1'aim June 17, 1 ?:;7.1J11'1)LE -IG-:" \ about la\light on the of the thorn u-oro promoted into Ihn now r'gillll'lI\1 iliiuK cis wo:i! I ihsMritiiit! : anil lot) thviii! title; a-d ,
1'1 morning ; Generalvn; : : ilia ib'.e! of( 1.111\\ in whether! liewas f
rl..lOUl'EHH.iil that It as raised l:1"t winter ? 'l'hl-I! honeu-d !! by a rapid l nnrdi, we turn i in day and apart :;
instead of
December it
1ilS'1'ltll fordable
finding as lsd 0:1: Ii lilt or on lI..r"dn'k.> and wbftber (;u!. r -
C'' It"I.T. and fliiltciing enconiums of that gallant tiejlegled :-1!! of the light arrive at the lo-.vii, :1I,1'II'Cm-( :
represented by the guide, or the insignificant Hl':.! 't'lurnt'.ll\'ilt me In the ti -LI! I, what credit i btn
.. I Il'el !mal h the! obrct of the!
; To this! In
; pI : i
ssuIII/\il. S'/IIIIIII"U' ad rrr11 litlle band came; t too.Ite to eli'tit thuj ; : a ; '
,.x, : : represented Got Cass i! p peulcjnm.l In :rivcii (to !L''; '- .: .): uf the (.unverslttln: t
1.'P'l '/lll1llf"/I /i.r $'.Oll! Ifll/ltlror.. t.'al I) i .- I\'II.IIt'l'r.!, wr ordtrtil lo c.iol.davs" .
the writer hud in view. Hut il Gov.( ; I .. .
object which: be
('" found be bold and Orders \ ::tv )11phl'C! l.ct'.vccn'us oa .
'. I{.lUachniftit: jor S.!1 1.1, isaur d was to deep. were, hi": : rations take! ;vui! l li"m.! and ti) [tivet'le.r mYLI' t
111.1'.: I': E. } Juan 17 1",.';.. ) Cass believed limit my ofii npoit was ml' j : ; liv.ti! : \! ; to't'ilil !ii 11I.In.-given. I h,) a'iv. slate[ -
J 10\\1 immediately given to cross it, when ; \\' !otis an 1 li.igg.ine: at 1 Fo.. t Dr.iue, wh.c'iw.s ; !I
IT ic tef! ,'ti<1ani: in said ,'ast'I1I, all others imcxl. taro brave soldiers of the then gallant, but now I sufficiently full and clear: on all the\ sui!j.-c s ;! ;: :icroni'tdme.!; !5ut wht-n we cause: t.' lilt nt m be L J'. :.,.imh- wit!: --gird to the. b.itiieunVo.: : t
,"!. wui i 1 laUc: Iwl ice CI r I ilieia-tituiiuiii i i >fsaid touched and thai 1 11'tJ done tiie ; siMamnl 'by! :felimuiy.. His detail of( our
lamented.) Captain (Those ou, not j j-i- j t'.ovc on the! iiioru'mg ol the! '! }!!, be set 1 out with =
(r ai d1>1 the issuing of sad'iiit, of auhinci] : : av. .Ielon's company conversation, so fir trite I bemi; confirmed f bv ti.osiatement I
Lert.d.Ic'UInadcwthrmiuxt! uun <'l' baid C'oiir:: nairtes 1 regret I do not now recollect) swam tIlt I to the bra: c men who covered lhcii>cl\i> I, every carl and! waifoti, mule and horse, he cwMj: : : nf C.!l. I'.srkh! :!!, is i po,>iiively I i ontradict I ;
', aiul ad the Jecara i with glory and who so nobly siislained! me on r.Ji.e on Iii. |.lnil.iiioii: 01 nmoni; !his i troops. ltcoii.'fcjiienee ; ,:
n]'!pc ir I.I mu ion tiled ill said river, and brought over an old canoe, in which (',1.! I Ill. Wit attrm; ute :tn (;l'l1. Chndlliac! deijrail

2 '.m, a i ordUij. to tIc'! slatu es ill such case imd l the regulars commenced crossing, and after that trying occasion was it not his duly, a; I ol this il.juJII'ioll.\.ture, instead! i ii; \'il'curwiIIIIII: ( : t ciiood!. ; but in all: hi* narratiombe '
Eli vi"> uu d. the of have coietmiT! | the mircli ni iWKity, four;, l.nur'n' ,;
the to : sent ih lctrasatrearhvo'ureawrv! !
ineffectual, to proper organ army : not crcJitai.'e
CIUIII.F.S 3. SIOI.F.T, ) some attempts construct abridge, did' not arrive \\'alJ.bcoudre! until the very
\t"s f..' Pill/ report back to me, with instruction-I. further i morn to that I'leuiiy: fImill: ,!.
few of the volunteers commenced
J.i 0. t1'E.rcurrJr u j
S' I swimmingtheir imig iii'time thiril; il.iy. I! i ol syrjii-in lheeieny :
I :; > ' J .lIIe l 17, I 137. -Ifi-riin] :: \ horses, preparing rafts, &c. Lt. Col. Fauninjr explanation Did he do so ? Was not that : I.. himv! was v.irpiieJ.;: lutttad ofa'1lor11ile ( ;'i 1'11. Clinch .1..s. -I wiii her bneliy; answer i-e q r
I report published by older of Governor; Cass ;: i '(jnes-.t-Ki: ; -i f.Ciuvntiaske.J: [ ; and vl irb; i> repeatediiy !
: LrHL eouirF. orderedon crossing, to select the most i : ;'IIC'all'C wire appu'mtc.l! in fiadu"a!: ,
) : 1 HIST:-ru.iNKLiN burn. \.S Jov.; Cas.,1', not the whole! vouitccrtorct. :
(then Secretary uf"nr., and conduct d.-ep" and rapid: river, fifty or bixly wide.- "
eligible position and to form his command my "P- yards ''
? \\ as I; in (the ClI.I_l'alt'ItI, : This i is
i.u un'F. I .1U/I1Ij1ba.: .'laclonru.r, I last crossed. I sometime after crossed proved by the President & hintf: ? I If so, why j When we arrived, the regulars! wet c in front, amiaitcr an importantqncstion : J 1
c. they and
\ :J.ftlIJi I:;J) Jnil-rt-: ;"*, 'tilnrRuble; ; lo : !Indian which( I. ( one liiat requires( a 'runt faithful: anti
dyes he mouths since get tiihait canoe was di-cover" ,
1111! now (sonic eighteen
'' -.ST- myself and while superintending those who !honest : that
6 N-urfMier Tcrln,1 1 :,' :m-;vver. am njo.rt-d' it is thus openly; '
':'H.I: AIK, TOS. J. were ena.eIu1 I swimmirg horses building: rafts these occurrences took place.) conic forwa d on ihe ejtjxisiif; side, tl.ey conniietictd tTo>-,ill'' :and plainly: ;jiut l l lti:,re tLc conntrv ; but 1 regret <
.Illult .sunrise and) ,
: \n'rewlt :1lo\'er until about
THE[ I' ""hl1''o anti ,11 others iatcreste: >!,1\villt-ike t &.c. the ritV1 of tin was heard which and say that I one to the: army, the countuC. I'Z exceedingly;! it Ins been i-vaJi'}/ hv (!Illl Cat 1 'r'
tin in-ili'iitiiin f enemy o'clock. In the me-iii, the vwImiteiT's: were i .! LlIl.. .
of raid I .
i i < .lIil. n.-itt llio first l "f ill of ilm I a II1Or ovj.l : I. ji
Wii* sii|. :.H IfT.1 i. uj.l swiiumiii", .. d
"< lid \ ill ol'wllKclnii'ir linn 0. y j a.d: "loi p rHIIIH'ru'I'U1.nt I invinir tit their horn's I. L .I.-.. "> :t.iui. The truth, however, K
I'i '11 .u.i', ; '! |I'!' ad! !tll dc tlirWuiii! n Jll:! 1 in vii'1 hard foujiht, but victorious battle of the aht December affair: the :31 .t December ? Again : if tin j OHM ; and! a, "'O\ll' :i :t-> to' j' r.i.u j'cr 1:1.: caill'l'ILl'Y :known to I (;l'lI. Cluicl'ai..l:: ( it) .the whole! armv, and

roan i tLe; s:.';use ill such c\semalc: fy 1 j.iovi iJed.. I 1635, a bricfand] plain account of which conduct of the volunteers: waso rein-hiiisi| ;, crimmerccd:, c"lh.ill'; themselves.: (ietl- Ci.acli;: shall: be toM in theprcst-iiCw-of, wnrJ.! IfGeti.. ( "

bar: < Juno 17th. trf,7.4iii based o'n the.most accurate information then in blc as he now seems to think it was, in failiwI; '. hail j;onc (ivei., and tr.l' qtiuMly( seatei! on the o;) :. ;Clinch had [bcui disposed to do' justice: t-> me, ;in.l! ''
; ) 11.\ULU-i: :. Sir.Lr.Y, :,It'y "f PIuT.ODLt ; to the litllo sticam, IE he dc..j lIalci posiic bank, when I c'milt:.! his ntleniiou: to a coi '
possession, was to the public throughthe I cross 1 the! tri.i; utuL-r rimy i't JIllalll: instead of "ivinjj
my glYCI
IlSTT-l1KA.NKLlNSlJi''ircOiiiTT: : : ,. channel; of the War; Department. During Ihe Ouithl.icoochie. on ! md i.ills, wlyj I I lection of dry !I\us ou the ]'oiit nfau i inland! a short" a ,itement ol"; lie s-ays w.i.s tout: to Limit: !howoul.l
I : I I di.stance! !.-.oW ibe! cr>,->,ilL: ; place! anil SIIC"lI'! F
| 1.lhDE ] : vvas tho oil :CI' in tlv- immediate Comm : have: : a'd:: that whicii;; i.c knew to be true-
of the | '
::0:1 F. \l'i the hottest discovering
.. part engagement I to bun tiial: if ibi-y were rolie.S;! i into ihc water, with
[ ?.vi.Mn/f. .iltiichmtnt (,, ihrtt thc whole! voiutitecr: : force was nit in the
did conic I m.iud of lliaso ( undo (; utci our of Fl en-
troop- .
that the volunteers not up as expected ;tm!) : aid mil'rue:; -, they ms LL iil be drawn acrosi the
|+fn A (iii vT am! $.'-.'II (IIIIH'S. Hrturn'tllc tos. j : .r igemcnt, Lt cause: a Ill.'L'panll( rajii.l stream : ,;.'
s.Vn ATO.V. J .'..I.mJrrum, 1'J7.lrfri. despatched Col.; Head] with others tiila, and soon after [1.H"ll>! ,! in conii.uid: .:i ,i j sii ..iiii; i.i MII! a '.:::1 ill.,:I'I, tl p) utiiu-t, -t a ln.ll'" then (fro:n tIC: ClciUv-tlnl they had separated n.. p

to bring \oluntccrsas soon toGel'l the tioojis I Ill that T\< inlorv: ov r th-j b'-ads: If i I'! ::.'-li.rI was .ipteil.; (l'lI. Ciu.cli! and;
< ii'ke other!
I: ,I\: -isni'il alOh'rrintirg1dwill! : : Cal up t iK'-ans C"I.hJ; _' t1! in iat ('Itle-ami thatit
F 1.1"'t.1|' the, it.'i'titua: "I cud writ (it attachment this: < : l'iii Governor Cass received slight 'II'' vo'u a leers, rep.iin-d to tie! i Iniil, on a !K-ti:"jo oft :
.lt Jay ant I tnad'j I bv the gallant regulars, and .the small any new 'over and joined in the fi.;(ht. These are tact: t '
it i (j'iji) ad tl the li..I.lli'J.1 Jili-d: iu &a:ilnnJ.n" lie has brn; in 1'ranu- | , wiuc'i 011.1:111'1111 with the main tiiidon! : which; : Mio-.i'iJ l wit
these mallcrsinre Isave
; band oj'\J'a\'c volunteers who nobly aided them : ; : i not : : : :m. thc .-t.iuc-! i.i surli c-i: that he should IIi-Illc I cousidi-r u': Clinch: !), mil l.i-s :in-.'ver f ti> th! :; 77e
and tilt ncmrOUtl'l} and silenced Col. Read at : period( : q icsioi. was
1)iuct.1tine inii 1 rtfciiAULii
'' I '.17.- ; ; Ift:; inlrt i In- wateiaiiw, I, with; a (pailyi-f 11":11..y ; j
: s.f-'iuLKV the; field Gen Call that I should, trouble the public: \ ;.; \ on I the I I'Wh.II"til'- ri >-,-r wbfii tlie: nppruncli of the[ ,
\ .
returned \
: \I'ycf'lltf. to accompanied by ; necessary the js-:sn.fe! : of rOj;)"-., IS ::5 en:.iijed ill dr.,will: Ittiiiins aanj IIce.l.! I lie knew tint the

1llL.; I) ufs"TrilAM: : SL'I"lt: COUUTI and on their approaching near to where I was any further I'.xpl inulions, it-spccimg the! c 111-1 tin m afro !I"' ll.e: if irtli bank, I ill'ar.III'it.i, I an.l 1 whole: of!t.JS. the prci-e.linij p.irtot'lhe d.iy. nearly Li.I"heei; '

,' j I put inv horse in motion, and on meeting! duct of the voluntetis on the :"Jl.t Dcccuilcr,! rf'!) Ill',1! ixca'iiimr: : :: in i.y, The lmiaij! : ; ; I i ii -
I 'I' \J-:" 1 LEI: 1 I..""u'"I.illumon" '' I fH'cl'jIc.1' : : To-ins over the regular5: ; :Iris.! with
't I f.r ;mini') 3la, '--iit11 !! them, and; not peeing any of the volunteers 1S33." I are rntnirg: 1 11.1 I: bear {11 w alarm iViiiii the! Oi'I; tl.e excejiiion of soic-: thirty' or !forty o'liocrs anti.l r')

\ hwiTii. JAMIS I t.icimi'iH lug >.,jGG"i I.. j wi'.h i Gen. Call, I a
dEli', ,. Ai'r.hui: ,:I.HK } : uc. .M.iy l"J, Is37,.Ie'IL'k"I'I"H' : volunteers, to which lie replied "at their post ." .'0\'. Call to (iii.. ('ltnci.] the 1 IUIII."ert.!;; criming: 0:1: the n-jrib' siile. of li.e river: an. be knows full.veil 1 t I that. noC'usJiiral.Je
; i 1:011! j tiirn.iblc! iu JS'ovuaLiLr I si-Jo, I l II1HJII:lice,l ll:>ruiir: : the; h.e: lacir.i:: ; to the : ir.rii'ier: of( then couKl have crojsdli'ro

:, v (lr ) I TClmI.: 7. After a few other rcmaiks: not now recollected To Hie !.;dit.1' of the 1'1.,i'lirn. i rear m receive the;(. lu a I few mommis. how1' ::: the lime; I lu- left the r'.ver: ulilill.i I .joined; him ?

'HI! d --f'ti'lant--, all 'uit. and all u'Lerin'"r- t Grn. Call obcived, that r in riding i; from bin: |I "'\".' the Ii.di.iiis mnle: ti.fir appearance: on tin- 0:1: the t'u-M.! .\nlwltIlt.IJIIll"w( I! flc,; (from i f ;.

\ (icj will take Uttlt'fOOlllc( nislimu 111 IIt.n..r. Ilh( rixer he had I pissed near to where the kil I have seen in the .'..;.)-ma Chronicle aiiJ 1Ili"I.IC; | : sidc.utd opened; a tire on t the iile n IHn' the world! The, reason l i i. ohv'io.t-i., (;l'lI. (Clincithad !
")1< (lie issuing of aaadlltII, ntufIILI. lied wounded State Dentine! of !'Jlli ut.! the! uf! i w.islntiiK.eil \' .::1.1 The fire was'
'1't rtn ol said voait and that: th and had been taken; that the num. (tights the reply; : 11. been gitilly: tit' the ti;>ly! and culpih'.tr error ot* '
: ;
:: November rn.J plead in the de. 1. rauun fled in the sail:.yJi l 1 1Lcr "'ns'ery great, and that it would be im- (111 Clmcli to (;11\'. ( "ns.. I amconlruversy no 1 pirty, le the !! prniipily; returned, and lln-y!, 11! d. All ll.isocciirred : J I atlcniptin; ; t.> cros, his army over the river ina I1

*..occonlm( tu the !ui. me in sut h <'a-e made ai4"l 1\\ posMhlc to follow up the success already obtained bclvvecn lboe <-iilleinei: ami w-nuM! ( j i l.t'll.rc; a siii!: ''e shot! Ind! been fired! :nt tie!! rt.a.1 i canoe, when be had every 1 KM-OU to t.l'ijeIhJt '

,:I''rt. CinilLKSS :lL1Y. t without sacrificing those noble fellow most williujjly leave tbt-in to divide-1:1 I their ttwn I .". Tiiey bad :idvunce l heyna.lttcnvers: vain ': bs:: !front wonlvl: be atl.icked before; his: rear couKlirns t j t''

j. I). \\ ; l f. ) Phtl's.4a's( that it late and that ; way the boiii.ur due lir .IIlI the m.ic: j about :1 i quarter cif a mile and taken a position in j u their assistance.; The (General may nor. j s x

ti1r', May 2ttth l IS. >7. 4C.:;r wus getting a good man) by cither of lhem to enforce, ; the lively willi tin ;i an open; (,.CCC of rnaaJ, .urruundt.! oI:i every ...i.ieb I .11111 1 I )resna.e !! '' did JlIII. believe it; but tbis i.i '

.:lULLli191'FtA:11.11SUt- ---- of volunteers were still on the opposite( Seminole: Indian Hut: the imiri'iicrous 1 : ;and, iii!, i crub, an.! hni'.rirX'k: wl-u-'i:! concealed tl.e. cI-1 only! a nothrrcvitone.oi'hitVJ nl ofj.:" !m.itnnill.'s ) :

\1i..t. ttUJT. side of .the river. After a moment's reflection ( beral rt'marlmade by ( "II. Cl.tirh in rtlitioii II. my, and: give him ;I dicideil advJntag.: in thecontest. I tvantut capacity; : For thcsjuiijcslrul! ialrmt..l111m" ; I a
uv : In
0. jiiamtiff! ; ( for a.llnp"iS'ln''Is) l' i and u short consultation, I determined at myself; reunite correciinn il rny IIJnlTIl': IiI j jlilious l Allb iiii '!'i the (;Jeneral, ill hit nliHa! re were near time I town we muciicd! to surprise -
rIO d'IJa ; (IHI't hazard the and vain :loiiotis bo-isliii of: lim iort of the bitlh1, speaks of ''!biiiuit: : cliar! : c-" '
RET WII..IA, ( 1'oriko:1i:;<):{ issued .11ay'2J,- every to protect wounded, and have reputation : ; | : ; and the presence of the canne, on Ihe oppo- k i
d.ICllb"t 'I ictnble u, :0.'. Tirm 1 ,, I I-i", the dead buried, and gave orders to remove iniiividual; has frequently excited my ,inirlli; :ant I I avini bt-cii iliad.'llh, tin- exception of llie I few !; sacLankau.Ithcti: : -. tracks of the Ilidiall.i whew i

rUE! '!"'1'nlnl,t and nil others]: ;interexcd, will nl enl them across tho .liver Having kept so IUII"I'. Ins self coriiineiidaluxi was admmisterc! voluutet: 1'; tvh'I hid Cu..ullle! river and the! root I they I bad just cros-scil, JMVCcertain inJirations: that

ins iiu'.ion ,' ball MIII, and vl! the j sine of thi- field for more than two hours posses.after wilhiKil rcflccliiHi on me. <
!aaut..udVItl) ul an.cliiiicnt: tins tai; and to 'I I felt no disposilimi: lo disturb (lie lia:'|>|iuies-s : !lie hammock. They rtm.iitifJ in Ihl'l :approachan.l;;, ; wonM! be prerure.I:( l tiimecl us. \ etibii ,'

1., uni |",cad to tIle IIcar,11; ,> fiUrt in' Iii"- said the fight, the troops were ordered to re- he seemed to dente' from the :sound!' hs: own open ground anJ] were shot down by an (General, wild all hii b.-;asicvl/ experience; and,I t'' .

:' leN'. di;to 1'1C' ,'iJilulc in lh cast made :Iao; l lJAS i cross which they did in the most perfect or- trumpet. I was willing: too, ilea inshnuui! : have; ('IIl'IIIIt was from ibis cause: and Iii > alarm, '! s.igicilv: place bis army i 1:18:, ;)'nikon! where!, one

'Ja.d.f I der. It is impossible for a commanding geu- enjoyed the renown, not uiily was woon :' that I {;.n. Clinch! lost sixty I Idlo! !' !his irallar.t! IIIl'II1! I pirl of U, tai II\ I hc sliu,!htt-re.I almost: in the lye-

I). WCSTCOTT. Jr. Any fur.Pit Ii.d cial to ohscive every thing that occurs on a tie l fur-fa ninl bat II IIt fic:.J nf Withl.icoochcCjbiii I and "Iliccr killed and wounded; while: iu all his'' Curt'ii'the other without' Inc p-);;ibiliv: ofrellelT.Should 4

MavJiUh, I IRi7.: .1i,31IILE ; field of battle. His reports are made out that which a generous ciiintminiiy has I liesiouci'itor "In1 1I1':1 t nl di.irjjes" ," not a them.1 ody, nor 'tin-! III! '! it lit said i.) irlcr.c! -ttf((;cu. Clinch! that 4
) DISTKICT-LEU.N; "tUl'KUIORCOLUr. ,: I from his own observations and the best information his M.TVICC, on his own ?r.u bled: and,! fjithkss! nf the enemy, was lo I be lint: uu. The Indians were I be availed him-I t'! of llu-! h-.-;L meaiu) ill his power '
ol( tl. I\\I1."t I c'uIII"lrali\"Y: ; ,.yp",1 lo no ii ilinTrvlnU, { ,. ''I.,, .. I wiicb
) i from rcprtwuntaioo| 1I11. allcmpllfl; ::i> I in inss tic .11 my inv.i tile itv Jiuwcr, ii tl
obtain circumstances '
) .'hu"Il\il 'Iln'7 ttilnfjiun i ( he can Many sign a cause lor; .he manifold! emirs he has eon'inn regulars, iu double: mite: iu el.>se order! anal in openoui.d : not' the fict. A Lei l_emijr'it'! I have been constructed '

oH 'c. .IAlt,! ,! SJ
.: n.FLAK':. ( t J,, floj/J5( : | tiiiitj I he can know nothing of at the limo. The of- 31st of December, lh.15 :and in his reply! to (;
: j JI.TK. 17, I h:17.fIF : 11r'cal report of the battle of the 31 st was made Cass. Charity would sty, they: are the errors If'j' 1.1! the volunteers! a small number of wlufm! bail: dians. As a proof of this, the I log; wlncli were ii M .

,tlClt d 1,lcn v<,ill lau:' idUc m.jij, (ate 01,:ai.d the nil:it.tiLiir aht: r'1 mie-.. dand out, in much haste, in the 1'iidst of{ lime woun- .he head, and not of ihe Lean; but while she I Inn; j t f crossed before, and were rein!!:'reed! by others dur thrown into the river at my su 'gestiau, and with .

-buit. "f il.e umio-of I"t.c taul! win of attach: I''dtd, in the hurry and bustle of the departure; covers him with her in:mile to save him from ilr ill.-' the ii:;ltt. iManv' oftbev I : were o'lirers: ; amouij I 'i! 'Viiicb:, we were enijiiieJ: when lime alarm was given

IK afotenaul, rei urnat\t\ to tlie nexl icrmof said i. !101' the volunteer, (whoso term of service had deeu reproach of main-ions representation, candor Whom) were 6 ol l. /If arrell, Mills, Cooper, 15,SlII'Y.l'.lrish were in pos.seb.siou( ol' by Ca;'It. "vYyatt, af ihc

*' and to appear and (plead' ) to ihc I I must admit, when the facts are known, lhai, le Fisher, Ilos--, Stewart, :and some oiheis lIotl| Florida \'U!Ul h'trsaIlJ a : lie nul ellll\'l'IIICtlllrl\t 1 ,
eta said; action, according; lo the dc.Ullln in I expired) and no doubt contains' some unintentional had less knowledge ol'vhat occurred uu that field, rtcoliectedThey!: were judiciously posted the way ('.IIlSlruclc.III\'cr thc river, on which the re ,

txsa'r, and provided, in accuracies. I will hero briefly than any general who i ver made rejwrt) ofa hat tlc. swu.up, cxleiulinjj their hue at very open ordci pillars recrossed, and by which they were saved

( ..;SlELfcT, Au s fur' P1".. answer the question so often asked, and whichis As a proof.):'IIis: I refer ,mi to the letters of (;l'l. from the river almost In the 1 left of the regulars from havoc and Ia lIhlcr. For if lit) other means
J. 1) w ECOT Jr. S rrptaU-d l Gov. : : the Indians: in their own way [ been for llian those afforded
' tlY C.isrf, why was not the Parkhill :and Major Welllord bertwilh enclosed, They fought i had I provided I recrossing

Charles S. When I made my official report, I was under in your paper. The former was: in the stall of the charge malt by I them, a 11.11 the nall.mlCapi: (;Jra I I! with the circumstances will say it could have been

Sibley, the impression, (fiom Gen. Clinch and the latter was my aid-do camp. ham at the bead: o'f bis goal1.mtIyOI; n'gtllarwblcls I done without grcJt dealructioi-
a conversation held with
r'\AUoriic-y Middle District of rio. Gen. Call a elicit time Their intelligence, their opportunity of acquiring routed the nglit: flank"+ of.I I the i-neniy, and caused 'j But the (General! in answer to the question: e

"Tien his j.ioftsMOiial services as Attorney and previous to my' crossing correct information( md their high reputation, him to give way at: all {points( ; foi( the centre never ".,1 V was 'not the whole volunteer farce in the en

t N Jjellor tt Law, in the collection of debts, etc i ia in tho river, in which he stated that a small place their statements beyond dllll LI. did ;;aril the ha'nunock; but remained iu I time I open 'j I 'jajjemem: ?" says "I have subsequently been inliirmcd ;

:.Florida. He will attend ni the Courts in thi number of the volunteers from Middle Fieri- Gen. Clinch, after speaking; of the appeal which, ground, where 1 I found it when 1 arrived on tar! j 1 by maiivof the volunteer I ollicers and men,

L I'titCOIt'Itt ojce< Otiri next[ door to | 1X!:>hjcnfe Of j. j D. da had expressed an unwillingness to cross, he made to the people of East Florida", about the 11(141. I that Gen. Call gave positive orders to the voluu Ar

)' Tr h t, Jr. on account of tho shortness of the time they 2J December, 1835 observes: "In the course of leu. Clinch observes "During the hottest part leers that no man should cross, and l actually f form ,

,"t J..llry- !5th. 1537. -2lf--. had to serve that many other* acting under a few days, u was considered necessary to extend of the engagement t. discovering that the volunteers I cd those on the uClrlh side to receive the attack of {

Liw NotJec.ct the same views and feelings, had refused the appeal 1 to other sections of the territory, which. did not come vp a$ I had expected, I despatched! | the enemy, if one should! be made.! :' Nuw, I pronounce
Ij ubacliber'a locross. the Col. (lead with orders to Get:. Call to bring up Ihe I the l of having order ..
Office u next door to (hia resiotrufAdamn8SClimonSueetc. I have since been informed was also promptly and generously inc'l l; and h : charge my given any
"r < Desirous"lw'fpnncip3lly by manyof course of a short time one hundred volunteers volunteers as soon as l'<$,illl'! ." j prohibit::! !: the men fri m crossing the liver, to b Q e

' lhlng t the businets cntrus- tho volunteer officers nnd men, that Gen. were raised and placed under the immediate Now I will show lo the satisfaction of every j I1Il1prcju'JlcclI |: lalse; utterly! tsI: !:t. The General says he has been :

; as COVH''I AND ADVOCATE, such ATTOR- Call gave a positive order to the volunteers ma nj of! Brig. Gen. Call." It would appear from mind, thai if Gen. Clinch had been I j I I told so by :"many u!f the otlicers and men of the

g 1ihIn j cd&,may I* P'aced with him, will, ffener. that no man should cross, and actually formed I this remark, that the volunteers who marched I *> capable of one moment's rellection be. could not ,: volunteers. Out of tlie "many' he can certainly
ryin6PazlofaubrrrLor'sotlice Mr. Sibl U. S. District Attorney those on the north aide to receive the attack promptly under my command to the relief of East have "I'rpetl'd" any number of the volunteers: to I I produce one witness. Let bun come forward, and >

r1: Utend{ ), who will rune Florida nf Gen. have: crossed the river and joined him in' that time. I then{ the General will be sn.lIlcVhat.rdl vct1. -he !
to ItTlie subscriber will attend the of the enemy, >should one bo made. Now if had been raised by the "appeal" )
r l AI i he nude He had aVtempled lo cross an army over a deep, will stand onlviu .the unenviable (light ofa retailer
< l l811 and the Superior Court of JeflcrUdl'Jcri. this statement be true and I there Clinch. Thin is far from being the fact;- ; :
rt Franklin and Jackf Counties- presume no appeal to them, nwr had he the least agency indraivinf and rapid stream, in an old Indian canoe, winch, I of I foul,( :and base; calumny. The! only occurrence ;, i
a be but little doubt the what '
ti i
w ran on subject, best lI1anagClI1l'lIlVlml,1 ttllly 'of which could he distorted in such a
COUrt unlc ipeeially) retained. them to the field. They were raised by under the carry that day
0 1 t.h JAME8 D. W LS1CU1Jr. does it prove! Nothing more or less than that me, and on my responsibility. I was informed bya from fiIII seven a time, \\'. of whom manner as'to give colouring to the charjre against +

>tlf, lanunrytStb, 1837. General Call committed on error of judgment petition from time people of Alachua that they were required' to bring il back; and it hall to be me: took\ place after the troops retire Irotu thu




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; .j ( : .. p\ h! a tip i' ;i,4li '"tk tli; 11titPljt '. j 11)Ui.t. L-h i.:1t nfxplt ;ltufn}; A;!I>gI1iQFra I. .. n ..rt.iJt i < b rPi.f", \:!" t'.. \ thtlrt.U..a.m'UA, .,i:1Ot o fU ing-II1'lnut.OW' .'.'

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l -*&...t: ,. and Ar 'in the rear of the lino to : quir"ed of him.' He says ho had: been "near early hour of the uexl'day, before which Gen. necessary (to bo 'I ibis cna1rousrowUrg' c'-
the tbe left
\ bauk ,of rwr where every preparatiooifra (passing
t fidel t ith e > .1 1bestof front twenty-eight in the service of his coun- I Call appeared, made an elegant and spirited darkness: of the night. .A t daylight; the
naV i in for eerosrinff, and} after; uuhe the bridge thus preserving an armed covering -. years:
j T g { ,) : livedon its asking for a full com ofthe column rested on the bank thiTwk
.... ., my recollectK>ui ko. Clinch bad; 'Ctulry those\vho were retiring-while I the! try. For twenly-cigKJ l years, then.he had appeal to gallantry of >.
t' Col. Parish ,vhe of twenty-five to march against the enemy, then in the lacoochee not a fardable! r
.. retrosscd: to \1r north bank: : ground from which they retired, was completely the bounty his government, pany pasu Yesa'y
f: commandel1tbO volifnteers'on l that ridebailed} me .,: commanded by the volunteers who lined i years .f which had been "days of piping field, saying it a call made on him by the Generals were informed and led t.
across .he' river, ana nsked !if lleeah.uldcuntinue to I Il.ntJ' the north bank. The whoops of the Indians peace." He had passed throti: ;,h tho war with inhabitant: of Alachua for n short time, the mo'st positively by the Indian guides,
that'position.. I instructed do 8\1.- volunteered and was determined and 1 >t
I in bushes frequently Great Britain without distinction;--on no roll number required immediately arranged the colvjFftlM,
the were -
and theii
This Gen. Clinch may have been told, and out ofthis 'rustling I should rriver
march the R.
of fame had his name been recorded. While was led on its next day byCol. proceed immediately over the
by a strange: conception, after the lapse of } heard.: It was known that they were I'I'C.' : the Immediately I But to the or all -.
Gaines Scott and ethers his Parish the Col of! regiment. great surprise ,
eighteen mouths, the charge has been dcKvereJ.Although I present and would avail\ themselves of the first Jcsup, many I we''OQod
it has been warmed arid cherished by its >j I false; step we might rrnko but tho steadiness\ contemporaries, were advanced one or two. General Call gave me a second order stream wide, deep, and: with a rapid -......
loss'le'r I lather, and sent f forth oil an il111MIlnt1IIS\ j I and firmness with which the troops passed; : over i jrrndes for gallant deeds and meritorious ser- for a second (company for tho same service ; impassable' to he forded. The lain
; and malicious birth will' indebted for his accordingly the regiment was ordered nut before Capt Mellon and myself took one of
tion, its spurious origin saved them from assault. The least disorder I vices, General: Clinch was ; hi
il which General Call made a second appeal up the river to the loft of our
render !powerless. I confusion would have been attended promotion to the death of his superiors, I npproach I
shown that.I formed the line or their and obtained the number if possible, a more shallow o1\i
.1 have already : 1 with tho fatal The rear I! who fell! gloriously in battle, ,or became to patriotism passage, ;
at the north bank facing to the rear\ when the 'I' Lieut consequences.Col. :Willis with 41 the victims of disease. Hut time faith-; required. That company, commanded 11.5 private jumped in with his clothe eB i scud si
i.alarm was first giveninJ before ii was known I I!AvaS brought'\olnntcerlie up bv the last to cross I fill and advancing time, had done more captain, by Col. Wyatt, I led and crossed the near finding a watery grave; we again tam
.(tt what point the- attack would be made. 1 have Florida and was deliberation he displayed I for bin: in peace, than\ he had done for Suwannee, after a forced march and formed a cd to the Indian ford, and discovered a'r
.also shown that after the Indians made their 1 the river.1'he courage\ whoKs coninland would i himself 111ar.. It made him a brevet junction with Cnl. Parish, there encamped.Next .- on the opposite aide, two of C"pt. lenO! '
demonstration: on the south side the position of 1, and that of hi. i', Uiig. General for tCIl'cars. service in the day, by order, the entiro command lookup men swam the river, launched the I bolt, at
and that the continued : : : the lino of march the wherehe same time crying out fresh signs of r
the line was: charged, men vete-ran. 'i same grade.; And when the nation became to meet enemy lad'lDc.
crossing::!; from the north to the south !side of I the bank! the Indians: ![ engaged in war, he owed it to himself, bist could be found, after a few marches: we The boat: was paddled over by these
the river during the fight as fast as possible.! Nothing 1 our troops retired fiom tremendous shout, 1 country, and tl.e profession of which he had /passed Newnansville, and encamped near I men, when the regulars' commenced:! irnlU
be said those subjects. I rushed to the river with a t Prairie. after halting, ately to cross in small numbers,
more I trust need on ( aid did! been so long a member, to stand to his post Paynes Immediately marching ..
"brilliant and l but the difficulty was then) !p-Ksed:< :\ they arrived and informed that Sn !landing to n small: 400
After describing tha charges" \ I I have here given and 1 perform'his duty. Hut the Gen. thought. two gentlemen us I open plain
proclaim::! the glorious victory, it is quite a- lint attempt to pur"e, n;;facts mill circumstances \ I; etherwift ; .I he resigned; II his: commission and !I' a part of Col. Warrens command from the east rom the river, which afterwards proved "b a
.. nvising to see the addicts: } with.w which n the Gen.: a faithful narrative nf the : and until: haired to (lie enjoyment of that inglorious:' then in the field, had an engagement> with the the battle ground of the Withlacoochee.,

quits: the field and passes in triumph to the north 1 which ooeiined\ sifti r the light tin: river, all ofI ;;icasi; and luxury t 1"> which ho has ever been so!; enemy at a place on Paincs Prairie, r.ttmed.. There being only one day more for the rotes
the the of :icnr
Lank of the I iH'l'. He !says, 'havlnkept possession I I return troop a\oiJcd Get; ). 1! much devotee' And why did ho resign 1 be-; Black Point, in which bne man was 1 killed and; leers to serve, and provisions almost out mid
: of the field for\ more than two hours after which has: been carefully by i CaI-! be.s.iy-5. h.; was slJpcr ed.. J in com-' some wounded. This was the first' meeting before them an impassable river, some or iL

'.the fight, the troops were ordered to recross ( Clinch aid his culo i.lS. fiom the, Tins t i= .,,tl, imposition practiced on the'' of the whites with the enemy. Gen.: Call next volunteers did refuse to proceed nottrirhjtaai: .
v.-bicb! they.; I''ul: in the most perfect order.. I 1 have no elUpo-ition I ( to detract \ icicd.ihty: 1\ of a gcnt-rouo;: r"rlc I myself day toolt up! ms line of march: for Fort Crum lug the urgent appeals of Gen. Call to Cl

-mr1l 1 if""(.b l1s11L9t; im,9fJIS '. 0I .soldier! on that merit. ol the army, un the contrary having-I.\ myI. I. {ohi-o: ht IitH'lllI. Hilt, how was he'supv.iasiJ-\ where Col: IVurron'.! regiment was encamped, these few deserted and purged by the;r da
entirely enoncous. (;cn. Clinch' did not hold I I cu. i'lr the'lIl tilc best l'ad;: kindest feeling i, *; nii.l\ 1 I ;[ t\it Did Ge-u.: Scot! take from him the com- and took it under his command and moved for parltirc, the volunteer command of its der,

.possession; of the groim 1 on which he foughttvvciifv it "niudllllc pleasure as far\ as my knowledge! ; : miinlofhis brigade ? .No ho still retained Black Point, where he expected to meet the The remaining volunteers, if it hid been BQJ.
i : I That then the Government found same Indians: but they were Tho column I Bible to would have! crossed and
minutes: after the last gun was fired. 1 extends, to bear testimony to the gallantly: and(1 I 'it. 1ll'f\ gone. get over toI
arrived on the field the moment after. The I Indians !I fortitude wMi: which the ulliccrs anal I men MIS'tain I'I'nt'! CIne I brigade; was not sufficient to conquer proceeded on its march to near the Plan quired a fume for gallantry as unrivaled II
bad fallen! back but were not defeated.] :' : themselves in the hall!I.; of \V ih1e: ] <>och- 1111I :-: ,:tIiIIlJII: union ; audit sent a division tation of Mr.\ Hagan, when the spy company I ever was obtained by victorious troops: \The.

The firing had; ceased! but this was the tlirtlpause : ee. They contended ag:til-t! t a poweifsil; eno- '! .ml\! a .V.ij. G: n. of the! army of the U. S. to discerned:; tIle house of Haganin flames: on I the regulars! were half over in number I croij!

which bad ensued, during the light, the I! HI.}', they fought under every di!i-i ; ,, ''c'liumrid: it. A distinguished officer, the se- arrival at the place the trail of the Indians was I cJith General Clinch: in order to aid II I
attack bad been twice ivnewe.l, and we bad: I' sutl.-red severely, hat they lic.lj.ived: no- : imr ot G' Clinch, and who had! a Itr:!itimate immcdiatly discovered going into a grass pond, I passage, of the entire army, which was Gryq
reason: :; to expect t tic! third 1 renewal.. The | Lh'i hile I tender! to them this tiihulit ol f riiij'i.t I tu command l him.\ !Bill the (:ell. re- 150 yards from the burning dwelling. Gee i I I proceeding with all speed, the regulars in '"
main rvcfy; body of the icgulars were\ bulled: in the respect, 1 will repel' any nnju"t censure o!!' >' .! )' c!. So much for I his I patriotism: to the I (Jen.i f Call promptly came up and! disposed his corn j i I' canoe, the volunteers driving their horse: _,
jrrouail\ with point blank shot of the :ham |I i5i\sc-li", or of the brave :and paiiiutic; volunteers! i; (.;)\'crum'nt.11,1 where; was his fidelity to j mand in such position that the enemy c ,ud! I I Ii the river, sending their saddles, &c on try
in open ck." They bad not advanced to take possession !, who followed me on that occasion. "j.;.u1;!'l\tlln.I\ ittj: l-'brulu I Did; ho owe her i, not escape; a spirited attack commenced first I| made hurriedly for the occasion, when Gen

of it, and it was subject to be I'l'IJCI"Ill'i-' ,;i ( cu. Clinch; hays; hat when I jn'nc; ,l him cthmig'! If he had! cit;:':eii&hip I any where; it by the spy company commanded by the fate i I, Call discovering a log cm the opposite sidew. s
ed bv tin1 Indians. His \IIl'n'l're crowded! in on the field, I spoke oi; the! ntti;tier <.;;; \vi-. heie. At an early period he established! f and lamented Captain George Fisher, which I Ii q'icolcel General Clinch to have it pur icto t t4

(double lilt, and. his right flank subject to be tun (;, wouiuied, and obsvivnl :!.i nt }l.'i could! not lol-!'iable! plant! ,ition in the Territory. He had: i discovered the Indians and immediately by the !. river, in order to form a more prompt pasi:.

ned, and f'I'CatlIla'l'assell. \ by the (encin I informed I: low up the success: nlieady ohtaiiu-d! : 1 w ilh- tten a lively intt-icrt in her political affairs ; I entire command, killing 4 Indhns who were !! It was immediately attempted by all presrat, p
Gen.b Clinch t of that which ho already out sacrificiiigttboic) noble fcllovvThat' after I: :ail it wamore: thin: once underrtood tint he seen, but wounding dangerously:! 5 of our men. !i: (Gen. Clinch included). At ibis time there

knew, that the main body of the volunteers; were i a moments:: rcfhction an! a -'noil consultation; !, I ices trilling. : sl'n'c.her ii: some of her highest; The column was put in motion for Micanopy gnlars had all crossed, and marched to fo!

yet on the other side of the river, and: that it ''IJC resolved: at cvcrv. h-r/-iid: : } tu protect tiii I' ('. ces. \VhiIo in i ic peace and prosperity :he'jdA'iMlif. when I saw General Clinch for the firM!' I field mentioned ; at that moment, when !lit
\vouM l require} : nerdy all the renniiiiiig\ part': of wounded and gave; order In Inve them lemoived c::! his. rt'ines' :.vith 1 I hers.: But when time, accompanied by an aid. de camp who .i log was about to be hurled into the river,"ioj
the day for them to cross. I told him;bo could I( across the liver. 1 loupe I without am I[t'i\";.:' ceased,11\ the miJst of! her calamities!: and came out from :Micanopy on hearing our fire. F every nerve strained to accomplish it, an k: !

not bold tint: position:: ; that the Indians would I suggestion of iiiine; (.'CII. Clinch; would I h.ivu.1 luililttines t \ he lea; '<:s her :to her 1 fate, retires Our wounded were taken Micanopy; the dim: fire was made on the regulars and on ih
;jK-1 possession of! the scrub and hammock in his : protected! his wounded at all! ba//ucls\ ; but if'J-.viih! his property, and s ei'ks protection under: army cncamping near it. The next day Gen. [ volunteer\ When the cry of Indians in
The volunteers be lniner of Geor The humblest herds- C.:. !II! fell back to Paines Prairie in generally proclaimed! horse stood
rear and cut him off from the river. j their safctor th-ir comfoit: was in any de- : : ;la. : order to my Dnrme
were formed in two lines at ri !
with the ri\'crol1c above aid the other below |.amtn..Irhtpprltw.t:> nude. This however ja j:.le lu oat frontier s.ltlrr5. horses {, forage being scarce at .1Iicnopv.-1;; '' dian: guides, I promptly mounted and tV

the crossing:: place, I advised him to fall j I is introduce't! '! ii: no I'"1.1'.c"I :.1!!::; to-.vurdi: :........., 1{t 1 I now take lay leave of (;C:1. Clinch} and in I Next! clay again; we look up the line of mirch t! with the command when the first general En

back and rest! tile rights and left llank! of the ''I but to offer 1 a jutilioalif'i! for tiC 1 return nvircu.' I! dui:1 i so, I take ot cation to say, that I had (for Fort Drane, the plantation of Gen. Clinch: I was made( on the line. Gen. Clinch's ;ppta.J

regulars or tho volunteer Thus forming. a j For this puiu-i] '! !too I am '..'illill it should! beI I cltci;-taut:d no unkind 2cciig! towards] him, which place was reached al>ont 10 o'clock! ance on the I field was discovered, being: &
curved! line, with both flanks secured by tic river i I appropriated. I have no hcsitati'in:: in Sl) ins! bit:i llr! the malicious: attack made on me, JIH't the 2-1th December\ 1S33, when Gen. VallI mately known to iho enemy, who no &6J
and prescnlini' a front which could not be j'i ;that 1 approved entirely of ,that measure.: I I{/ie.i mo\ in my bwn, eatimation.: in )making a I formed a junction with Gen. Clinch. Th-j bt-I| endeavored to cut him down, a ball krail c
broken. The suggestion! was adopted and imelcr :;I believed it proper at the linif I still! cnter- !uiiaclosurij; of fuels: which would otherwise ,i t tt-r being in the regular service, gave him command i passed through his clothes and cap immefafcp(
that gallant & accomplished olliccr Gen.I'arKhill i j taut the samy- opinion, and at no time since 'i rave L-cen concealed.; I here teri''er! to him j jI I I I over the former, agreeable; to the regula- j' ly on ar i i/al, and his horse wounded be &
than whom there was not a braver ,, have I ever doubted its propriety. We Ind I he same: chivaliic: npologv; he made to Gov. !, lions of tho army. Accordingly Genercl: mounted and remained on his feet during lit
f; solJier, or a bcttci tactician on the field, the I!j I Itioops I :set out not to make a campaign; .!g.iin- thei Cais. If I have done him injustice, I pray I i Clinch assumed the command of the entire: I entire engagement with his men. Being b
retired and assumed! the new position. I i Scminole nation: for we wmll..Jlcn\ arms | Ls forgivness ; and if that will not do, such volunteer! and regular force then at Ft. Drane. adjutant general. I bad through him thena.malld. .| ,
Bearish)' bad this been accomplished when the I!i I provisions i and every thing else necessary for | frther reparation i shall!: be given as may be j jjdemmded. On the 25th of December the commanding Col. Read, the inspector general r
Indians advanced, and showed by their } cll--, I I that purpose. nut we /marched I surprise an The Ilditors of new-papers= who I!! general done me the honor to appoint me :1l-1 I Major Ljtlp, aid. de camp (+f Gen. Chad
what I bad before supposed that they weir :i: Indian 'fuwlli'dug; to the! unexpected r>loth ihic publnh(lthfJ -.latcinent of (;cn. Clinch, jut Jtit General of the army in Florida then j and Major Wellford, aid de camp of Cental
..."..I.; new the ;..ttsclThey: : co"'w.j ...._ ..i..i.. t .... j.-j /...?.! ;., ,.,".,.?;..rt ii,0 river, tar \' of Florida give Ibis a place in I on the duties of the office. On the same C-igoment: with me, until Col. Head now Gti
front, and ficquently gave the whoop, as had been delayed, and we our-rlvcs luc! beenMiiprised 1 heir papers, II. K. CALL. I I day Gen. Call with that promptness; and decision Read, was woundrd when I requested &:
though they wcic about iii rush upon us. But l by. the cmcul\ )'. Three. out of tlu :; Tallaaas-cc! July 20, 1537. I of character and untiring industry in to leave the field and send Gen. Call if poj. :
they no longer found the r men in open ground i four clays for which: the expedition was 1 planed! j 'i' tho camp, (for j which he is so much di"tinguush-; :j sible. He immediately went to the rireidinformed
in double! file, exposed like targets; to their! \ had nearly (,xpired.'I had! sixty odd wounded <.'('II. Parkhill. to (Jot,'. Call.j I ed, divided his volunteers into companies, and ,) Gen. Call! the reuhuYoultl be tit

aim, but they were like thcmscK'cs'covercd by '1. olli:'ers :anJ men to remove, most of whom I j Fj>riiiico< :l, l lath July, 1 12J37.TJ : I sent them out as scouts, examining: ; the country !; off it' he did not promptly come over. Gtt
the Hammock, fc. prepared at sill. points I.* I 10- could only he rallied: in liltcrs. We could not his Kxcellenc) !h. K ('..H.r.- round Fort Drane, Orange Lake, &rin I Ij Call immediately threw himself into ik yt

ccive them. This position was held until the : leave them behind and we could\ nut it::vr.r-': Dear Hir : Your letter of this date, setting :j order to find if possible! the enra'ny. These 1 I breach, when he was informed the conies!

bridge was constructed by Capt. Wyatl, and 1 j[i \aisccd:: { further: into country with them. The lath various interrogatories; relative to the !I! scouts were performed, but found no Indians. '. w,n doubtful!, and with a positive assurantif t
the horses: were swam back! to tho north bank: j f i: enemy was on the :alert, and ue could have: btttle of the With! !.icoochcr\ on the :ol'=t DConiber. i:i i During our stay at Ft. Drane Gen Thomp-j 1 i he crossed he could never return; yet try :

of the river, which with every cvcrlion that \;I accomplished, nothing, wall the melSl!! 1S-33: between the while and the red son, Rodders; and others at Camp Kicg fell this assurance of positive annihilation be pa :
could be made: was not done until near sun i'1! prosse>
set.' Durin the whole afternoon the Indians! jreminded {j J i pined to act. The next day) the lime for which i Wife commanding, Generals! is just received, :| which is so well knawn. The friendly! Indian.* companied by any person with appearaua

us by theIr shout and! yells of their i|Ithe volunteers hud: engaged; ;: would expire, I aid the contents ,)a1icularl: : ) noticotl. In giv-:: ,'; at Camp King were ordered to Fort Drain, tact -. ,I of self possession together with a promptness
constant presence, and we were in momenta- j!! and! on that. day they w>JJI:1ln\'c rclujue.J. ( in; un expose of tint engagement; of which ,,': as guides IwjMhcr with old Nero, (Gov. i,i of action, the recollection of which I Icaa netr -
r)' expectations of an attack. Very soon after j 1 I One lU'I'IIIM.!,: .I': (ail S-IOJIM-I of Gen. ,.>onva<:h has been said, and respecting: which Cull's\\ : guide) to the Withlacoochf-e; which ,! ,-r forget; for I wanted to see him. I raethiion a''
the troops bad taken this new position: and:'s vigilanceami; : forc.iighf;! his promptness there Ins been such a pt-nTMOII ol facjj, that.: was; then in: contemplation. The friendly Indians )i the 'left of the line, gave him my band, informing -
after the war whoop bad frequently been given and efficiency of action and! on tint ;.sub! j j assine I vith diffidence! : : : informing the t two Generals that the Indians ; him promptly the particulars of tb
by the Indians in front of our whole line, ,, ject I shall have: dune lie savs, on the 2d I you, every sentence: I have heard, verbally were enibo'lied 0:1 the banks of that riv- j day, when he. rode along the line to md P

fJcn. Clinch ndilrcsxir.g; inccnquircd: whether f day of December, H:35, he appealed; to the or seen in print, have been :so garbled, that er. In consequence of which the 2Slh Dec.) | Gen. Clinch, who received him on foot mad
bo or I should lead the men across the river.I :|I people of K-isi; Florida to rally in defence of.I a shado.v! of truth seldom appeared. I cannot i I' was determined nri tu march for saij river ; overpowered by fatigue.: Gen. Call coagt: ,
replied to him that I was a younger and a |ItIn ir wives; their children, :grid their lire-sidcs.Orr aero:int\ for this great: elifiercnrc of opinion without :! but the period of time which the volunteers! : ulated hi01un his escape and success at &
more active man than: himself, and that if he j the 2d Jay of December\ heiw it 1!| had time Gen. can't hoTdjoi
the conI : charging: to pe-rhap.s.its proper source tonit agreed to serve and the time promised same raying; you
would cross; the river, and leave the troops t? I ill:,: storm. On the!: With of Deccmjer; tle: "al-: lI : that the smok'j\ of the battle field so ad-i! by General Call being within four clays of ('xi position." (the battle: is: not yet over) Gene
lily management\ I pledged my life and honorfor I taut but t iKifoitunato: 'Ia:. Dade, and his brave : Jed the brain tint reason and recollection! :! piring, induced Gen. Call to urge a prompt Clinch replied what shall I do with the dell

the success of the movement. I was gladto 'I I companions in :arms fill under the stroke of j were unable to perform their! office, thereby :\ departure and a rapid march in order to ac- an-J wounded ?" The answer was malt
have an opportunity of relieving the Gen. 'j the tomahawk. In! theta: e of his comilrv, I; f mining a vacctmm in the :acts of that dav. i 1 coniplish as much as the slum time would your well men take: the dead and wounded j i

lie had been greatly exposed during the fight 1| in the name of lucre}', in the name of God I 1 have seen to-day, with ;lain and regret- in I''permit. Provisions, therefore, for 4 days f"r the bank of the river and send them over"-
and appeared very much; fatigued. Ho accepted i him-elf, why was be not snatched Gum his ituj tie Augusta; Chronicle & States /tights! Sentinel I![ man and horse Wf'ri i issued and received byi As soon as< the enemy was silenced Sf drag

the offer and immediately recrossed to 1 j pending: ; fate? (_ cn. Clinch in anticip-ttion of f\ I I, a communication from t Ccm-ral Clinch I i i the troops, the vnluntcers carrying in wallets From the field, it was immediately attend
the north bank !leaving the troops on the south i war, l'UlIJcforo the commencement of ho.-iU| \lit the form of a reply to the charges alledjedaj.iinst ;; corn, &c. for their horses together with bread to. I formed a circular line the right resticj!
: undo my command. This was more than j tics, had\ ordered him to march with his small 1 him, by (.uv. Cass giving again a 1 and \meal for themselves, the provision for the on the bank of the river above the bridge,lia

.. two hours before they passed the river, every i( devoted band; fiom Tampa Bay, through; the .statement ol the battle of thc :3lt t, in which I I i: regulars\ in carls 'and wagons. Accordingly, nearly made of logs, the left resting oalbJ
moment of which time the line was threatencd I heart of the Seminolc: country, to Fort Km ci-,cern some errors. I am therefore induced on the 29lh December agreeable! lo order 11 river below, through which circular HM r ta!

with assault by the enemy. Gen. Clinch | An express mart, bearing countermanding orders by a feeling of justice to give a literal detail put the column in motion for the memorable I II dead and wounded were taken. Tb!iO"
says be certainly owed me nothing. He should !; would have saved him from an untimely.1|I <<' Jour first movement from Tallahassee till l banks ..f the Withlacoochee, but 1n1: ?'rtun3te-1 was formed of volunteers on the r\ihI.\
have relieved owed me na ill will at least, for having 1 and lamented death. 1Vhy was this not loud:'''i, )uur junction with General Clinch at Fart I ly, the baggage train was loo umvicldly for the I the regulars: in 1 the centre, completing tht lilt
him from a most dangerous position, i I If it ii is answered that : Prai.e and I by volunteers ihe left. Some of the lalter
which communication was; i i of till march of the united com- ., rapid march intended; the day previous to our on ,
feel enabled him to pass to a place of pen. cut off( ,-thr.t every pass was filled with armed i wool which; gained the memorable aforesaid ;, departure( proved to be the Mime that Dade I came over the bridge after it was compl!
him safely without; and for conducting" his troops to I warriors, and the express' could not advance: I Ifcay i jvictoiy.I Heing the Adjt Gen. of the armv dnri '! and Ills gallant band fell a sacrifice to savage cd. This line was ascertained to I be m
more lavouiablc the loss than of could a sin.le man, a result iii reply, thJttho wide occur wan ntillvft\ i i i irg; that gallant affair, uiulcr that venerable, I warfare, and! to the ignorance and false infor- I firm that no enemy could pass it. "** t
when he rulired., Not been anticipated I open to us. A courier could] have reached St., '! iwntorioiis; and gallant olliccr! Gen'I. Clinch, I I oration of some moving power. Some of our General Clinch remarked, JFhkb of f M
minutes before commenced more than: ten Marks in two days, in a case of such cmcrgcncy ant also yourself, and with the intimnlv: knowle !- i troops heard the report of Dado's cannon although shall retire this couiriui'! over the rirer"Ge

river the Indians we shout rccrossing the | ; and in two or three days more, the or- : (' c of the farmer, together with the world of'j presumed by them to be the thunder of Call then said to him, "Sir, you are oJd-r
indicating a formidable gave a force and along a determination our front, j jder could have been convened: by water to, : try regard for him will, I hope, be u sufficientprutce'inn I. heaven, not of man. Soon after iho departure young; cross to the other side, and I .ill' Tampa Uay. Why was tIlls mot done? in i lire the the rive.." It was .;*
to renew the attack, and it ; One: to ;guard my hands his: honor.- i oflhe army it was ordered that it should move men over
cool deliberation with which thc was owing Retired to of two answers only can be given to this question i i lint t, while I award justice tap the one, I cannot I I in three columns, the regular battalion in the :t to by Gen. Clinch and he passed to iho*??**

F"" and the preparation made to sustain troops them- : First, tint although Jen.; Clinch gave i: I'permit injustice to the other. I Hence, when I : centre, the first and second regiments on the I I site side early in'-the evening. Gea-Cstt st

? by the volunlcersen the other:side, that hc Indians prophetic warning; to the Secretary of War of f perceive. an effort made to cast a shade over I right and left of the centre column, thereby maincd, and accomplished; lo the icttec*1 a
: were held in check and the the approaching conflict, he neither understood\ \ I your conduct on that day, and an attempt to raking the country as the army moved. It he promised bIt
r from slaughter. Before the rear line was saved tho extent of the hostility!! or the power of the i. ''deface the cscutchon of your fair fame, which I was accordingly executed and continued until i is !proper to mention here, that althocf t

retiring I crossed to the north bank commenced t .Scminole nation;--or, secondly, if ho had .:has IH'ciI'n since obtained before the British the night uf the 30th, when Urn armv en- the engagement was now over, and thecaea1 d.

; and had the wwundcd, the horses and ; I formed a just conception uf these, ho was loo |, armi :sand more recentlywith the internal enemies camped about five miles from the river. The seemed to have Mt the fields still be hdD "

removed out of gun shot, and the banksof baggage \inert and too impotent I project or execute : of your country, together with being cra- troops lay without fires all night, in order to but yet lu.-keo with savage silence round albs*? Cav

the river completely: lined by the volunteers the plan of saving from inevitable: eleMructiwn, dIed in the camp at an early day, and military prevent a knowledge of their approach. The line, for he gave several yelling lignabnear ua
in front, and lor more than two hundred the :faithful and devoted soldiers whom\ his 'education under the tuition of the first General 31st, at 4 o'clock in the morning, the com approach, and of a second slttc*' bI.. L t

above and below the crossing place in yards orderto I orders had placed in jeopardy. !j of the age, to wit : the immortal A. J. This, mand was again put in rnolittn, in a single ce- dead and wounded, now on theopp4118 .. n
: Gen.: Clinch has been pleased! to allude with the choice of the I exposed to the fire f t the! e my'x
protect the troops from the assault cf the I to I being army, will, hope lumn, not in three as before. The night was lay atuatmos1] d
j my having been placed in command of the be sufficient defence before Gen. Call discovered the exposed '
Indians while passing over. Tho I a a discerningworld. dark, 88 much, that after receiving the advance trb I
arrangements ( army in Florida. He is the last man living guard, I left it in position, to receive those gallant officers and men amongst c
being completely made I crossed
againto who should have said one word on this: subject! On the of December was the purely brave and unostentatious WT rl
the south side, and the in day 1835: orders to move the column. On my return, "
put motionto
pass the river. The volunteers troops The command was given to mo because (;cn. I received at the mid hour of night an order putting the line in motion, I could not find it Graham, now Major Graham, who VU J 1
llank ot the line, were under the eii immediate right a I Clinch would not have it. To the honour of through the Inspector General; of Brigadier; \ for some time. The army, therefore, moved verely wounded in two places, whoa tsehal >d'

command of Lieut. Col. Mills!!: and I our army be it said, that few instances have General Call saying lire Indians (the Semi- silently in single; column until day. Generals his well known gallant charge in. thgstited tl'. I

t the I bank of the river, just below the posted bridge J on. j occurred in which a general cllicer has resign- I 1101:5)) were in a hostile altitude on our frontier Clinch and Call;.by request of the former, red with the enemy, and which d ,..
.5 'the volunteers I on tho left flank were 'I ed, while his country was engaged in war, and and that the scalping knifo and tomahawkwere took position immediately between tho regular tie of that day, lay in a pile, togetb '

the command Major\ Uaily and under at a time when a most important and res 1)onsi. already stained with tho blood of our and volunteer commands, the regulars: in advance gallant brother, Lieut. Graham, Lt : k
ted on the river above the were pos ble command was urgvd on him by. his govern murdered citizens. This order, calling the General Clinch informing me to take Maj. Cooper, and others. Prompdl'bfjt:
crossing place ment. rite pride of the soldier, the of tho column and if I discovered humanity, he crossed the' | .. -> .
.1'['ho Regulars formed t the centre. The xpirit I regiment to capitol, was: promptly obeyed, the bead of the frog .
troops tho patriot, the duty uf the citizen, should have and before fire made the advaneo. I dead and wounded entirely removed
cured by the J left flank, whaling tiles day appeared the members of that the enemy, or a on sub e
by a
tot prompted, him {to perform the last cond danger, and accompanied bjf
service re-,. regiment were in motion, it was formed at an would find him in tho same position It was


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ft can returned .o the line, then county of Leon, would incline mfllo.accede to the I CAUTION. THIRTY DOLLJ.8 ...i>; .. ... '"
which wa' to be retired, dis- wishes of fritnds. Considerations? however THE UBdenifned filets it d'M to the public to cau STOLEN from my milk, aboot lWs .D. of Uu
V. marCh, Inch r i which as my them aeaiait an i'eunnplished swindler who a Urge dart brow*kvr aan mule with : : :
are myself
they entirely persocal are unI -
.itb the enem1 every ground; I be I calla himself HENRY THORN. He professes to be a scar upon her right romp, some ire*or: ix taelses
to mentioned here;do not -permit to
with its passage over the nvcr; f*? offer necessary me a met chant tailor-has been a short time in this place long, and three or four broad the effect of a b rm. .jjijjjj. ;. .
myself to the public. I therefore respectfully decline -
ef individual\ present expected tho the Domina on. Your obit setv't duincy, and Marianna' and lefL without paying his I have every reason to believe that this mule.was ::: 51

e efrr V was now ordered by GEORGE T.,WARD. bills. He usually wears a white linen coat, and pale. stolen by a runaway negro belonging t. CoL Robert ''"' \"-
or the enemY. I striped panlalocms, and blark fashionable hat. He U Gamble, whose name is Jim Dans. He is about 30 'f.lIowtn
let{ the dewe 18th
the right July 1837. SweeptukMrJu-i toeomeoffaltBsirannuaJlneeuDf .
tom now open
pttIcan to retire about six feet high, well proportioned. dark complexion years old; fire feet seven or eight inches hib; re .. ia December '

,,'heeling line. It was executed black whiskers large nose, rather good-looking, markablystout.e.peciaUyacroa the breast and shoulders 1837. .. ..

ng and a show gallantry which From the Sarannah-Georgian. and well calculated to Jeceite. I ; bow-legged quite black, and has lost an upper 1st. A sweepstakes for three yeareid eolu and it- .

,gk firmne'. troops could' evince. Im.0tcty FROM KEY WEST. A good saddle, left by the above individual, will I bold I fore tooth.I lies raised in Florida. finbscripiion $100,forfeit|50 ., '

e but t Y tonout left of the letiring column By the Mail, schooner Hope, CaptSully, at public auction, on !Blonday next the i 4th inst. I will give the above reward-to any prrson who one mile heat To close the first of October and. .
the for his bill. SETH P. LEWIS. will deliver both mule and either Cot. Gam.
when I negro < the before the )t
arrivod this forenoon from Key West have name day race.
abe bank of the river, which they we July 22, 1837. 50-31; __ I ble or myself; twenty dollars for the negro, and ten teL A sweepstake far three old colts and .. I
00 received from that any year
0ed our correspondent at place dollar for the mule
i ..rely,the savages gave us positivep'resence I delivered separately; or a proportionate fillies in the United State Subscription $30$. for.
;aed tke! following information. MARSHAL'S SALE. amount to any one who will so confine
for they came IInme- I feit$100, three mile beats. TocJoee the first October -
J/of"" r tuir) bank, the i Indian Murder*.-On,Monday\ morning last, BY vii tue and in pursuance of a writ of fieri facia* either. (and impart to Col.Gamble or myself inform and name the day before the rare. (: t-
opposite yelling war- konit Barr isplaintifT ation of such confinement,) will enable
1 to the el ttrrii, in which S. I as US to recover 3d. A poststakes $200
13ttlf June 26, Capt. John Wbalton of the U. States rate FOR subscription ;
bick was promptly answered by onr and Christopher G. Williams: is defendant, i our property. LOUIS M. GOLDSBOROUGH, forfeit 1100; two mile heats. To close the first October .

s'oop'u.,0 the enemy ceased to disturb! the Light Ship Florida, stationed on Carysford Reef issued out of the Superior Court ot the Middle! Districtof Wirtland,Jefferson county, near Menticello, July and name the day before the race. .

pefl mUuc.rtD1lg went in his boat with four men on Key Largefor FluriJ1for Leon county, I have levied upon, and 10. 1837._____ 49MARSHAL'S Entries CAn be made to either of the above stable,

'b aheir sane: the and the purpose of procuring fuel. Whilst ashore shall on Saturday, the 2d day of eplcmher, between SALE. by letter, addressed to the Secretary & Proprietor of _
lW* engagement! regulars I Ic<<:::al hours on said day, at the Court House in Leon the Club, time before cJoli"l .
they were all fired at by a body of Indians N pursuance of an order made by the Clerk of the any :
behaved with great gallantry: their county,expose to sale to the highest; bidder, for cash, I Court of the The Jocky Club Purses will be advertised in due-
,weeri acquired for them a fame in ambush, and I am sorry to relate to you the following described land in snid) (county viz: Section Superior Middle District of Florida, time. THOS. BROWN Popnetw

tabfroisrn! justly assail. With uch men that Capt. W. was shot dead on the spot, having 4, Township I, Range I, North and West, Lot certain for Leon lases county of,issued the tenth day of July, 1837,in June 9. 1837. 44-tf
cannot attachment wherein Richard
Soliloquy 'I No. 1 Section 33 2 ( 1 North and Hay-
received Township Range: ,
from three five bullets in his face
to watd Green
would be the result in H. Chaires, and Robert H. Berry. NOTICE.
cofficcrs,,.ictorv any West, Lot N.>. I-Section 3, Township I, Range 1, are .
SAMUEL: PARKHILL.Mai. and body, likewise one of his man. The other ; North and Wcs', Lot No. 2-Section 2, Township I, respectively plaintiffs and William Flake-defendanti my absence; JOHN M. STRONG

: D1est. I three had but bare time to run to their boat, flange I, North and West; East 1-2 ofN. E. 1-4 Sec. which attachments were issued out of i DURING as my agent WM. H. FRANCIS. '

they all save one received some flesh wounds, I ti<.n 5, Township I, Range I, North and West, and shall Court, on House Saturday in aid the S9th day of July 1837 at the Tallahassee, June 28th, 1837. 47-(( 4
to Gen. Call. the improvements thereon. Levied upon and sold as county of Leon, within legal '
fortunately CSC lpoJ. the of said Christopher C. Williams, to satisfy hours on aid day, expose to sale, for cash, to the FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
TALLAHASSEE July 18th 1837. By the loss of Capt. W. his family have been property said writs n'c'r.1inz to Inw.THOS. highest! bidder, five boxes of merchandize, viz. Nos. or Strayed from our encampment on the

rAis Lucllcnn', I:. K. Call: I. deprived of a kind father and husband and our ES TON RANDOLPH: M. I, -, 3 and 4, containinr ready made clothing, mus- STOLEN near Tallahassee,a dark Bay HORSE.

!cR.Yours, ufihe 15th Inst. is at hand re- I community a worthy citizen. Oa the boat'sreturning By S.M. U. DUVAL, l>. Al. \f dl line-sThe, silks, calic es, cloths, $ .; No. 5 containing can- about sixteen hands high, seven or eight years old! ,has
\ same: attached
the conversation which Dated July 7th, 1837. 50-tds levied upon, and one or more while pots on his back,occasioned by tho
0tin; me to stale I to the Light Ship, she was forthwith I I seized as the property of said defendant in said case; saddle, his near hind foot. while, trots rough and '
;.kprce between Gen. Clinch and yourself : despatched to Indian Key with the melancholy IN THK rOITNTY COURT OF JACKSON nnd said order for the sale thereof being made as the draws well in harness

Battle :jrourd, on the 31st of Deccm- intelligence, and from thence by tho Inspector, COUNTY. said propcn ia erf. p rwkU .......7.M.. .. U. ,_ 'W. riti b;.*. lio ubu.v .......J fl i Lt... u. ucr1 vf .1 -
I*w what situatien Gen. Clinch persons; interested will take notice tha' Hen- law. the horse and proof to convict the thief, or ten dollars! .t
and in Mr. Charles Stone West ALL
IS35 to Key to commu- TH03. ESTO-l RANDOLPH Marshal.
/ Langston, widow of Scth Langnion devwill for the horse ifdeliyered at our camps! and all re.iStble \ *
|fli ben' you met him on that day. nicate the intelligence to our Collector who is applj* at th ensuing term of:said! court in Octo- July JO, 183g. By SAM. H. DUVAL. D. M. expenses raid. J. D. & W. RAY. _

I ]distinctly)' recollect joining you soon after Superintendent of the Lights.-On the arrivalof ber next, for allotment of Power in thc following BQ RflD June 24th, 1837. 46-tf .

crossed tho river, ard with you uirivou I the Light Ship's boat at Indian Key all the Tract of Land situate in said coun'y to wit;-The TAXES for 1837 due- 4.
are now Bycalling
SoU'h' E. st quarter of section Four, in TUIA.u'ihipFi'e. THE _
met with Gen. Clinch, but have no reMcction Wrecking vessels with a zeal highly commendable iorlh of Range Eleven West. Petitio. nowfLied the snbscribcr, at his office in Tallahassee persons thai have not paid their City Taxes .

of any conversation: which took proceeded forthwith to the Light Ship, in the Clcrk'aOLlicc. and paying the same, the public will much DUVAL'July oblige ALL the last lear, arc requested to call: at my _

| at t thai time, my attention being dircc- where they making nine in number) arrived in A" L. WOODWARD, SAM'L. II. office, one dour East of Mr. Barnard's ft Co. DrugStore : _
If.C 15, 1837.-19 Tax Collector. _
1C 1837. DO-lt( Counsel for Petiion.r.CAUTION. and settle them within if
Ltd.: ) fiber dtitic Gen. Chinch most un- about three hours after the murders were com _Ju'y': twenty days they
wih to save coaL D. L. EVAN Tax Col.! C. T. _
OF LETTERS the Post ,
foot the time him mitted. After their services Mrs.\ remaining in Of-
at met to .
|,t1jtedly was; on you tendering LIST at Thomasville, Georgia, July Isl-such of Tallahassee, June 10th, 1837. 44. tf
luluoaccmnpanicd by Col. Head. I W's family, a sufficient oumber proceeded to pers .ns are cautioned: a;ninst trading, for a ;
ALL which as shall! be not be taker. out previous to the 1st

rou also requested me te state tho convcrJiJoD '! Key Largo, and procured the bodies of Capt. for Eiht nnde Thousand payable Do'lars to me, by"da'sd Alfred February?.I. Gatlin C'd) i I ofOrtolicr neli. will be sent a? dead letters to the General notice is NOTICE hereby given, that all debts of ,

kich took j'Ucc between Gn. Clinch ;, Whalton and the man, who have since been interred IS:;:;G, and due on the l ht dllof Januar}', 1837.: Sail j Post Office. PUBLIC due and owing by any per- I _

vorselfaftcr: the battle was: over, and the i i \ on Maltacumbc Kc\". Mrs\ W. and note has been lost or mislaid, and the maker is here- : Ad"hls.l>tl McLeod, MalcolmAlderman sons in Florida to the late firm of James Hamilton f )

l?'p, had formed for the protection of the family arrived here on Wednesday afternoon in by requested not tu pay it to any one but myself or Isaac N McLeod, Archibald and Son, or the firm of Hamilton and Cole, of the t
I order. JOSEPH W*. FIELD.:: Adams, Louis McLeod, NeillJtcLendon City of New-York, as also all property belonging! to
the U. S. mail schr. The ir.r
luaiidcdin' no.iossinp: the river. Hope Capt. Sully. Columbus, Ga.: June !H. [Enq.] -19-3t Andcrsin, Thomas: J Mrs Eliza said firm in Florida bas been duly assigned to me
i Tail conversation I am positive appeared Lilit; Ship's! boat has been despatched with a I /ras\\ ell. Robert M'Lesn & Co D &. E as their trustee,by virtue of an instrument assignment : ) ,,

}urn: ( I subs-riber is anxious sell his I houses in : Mrs Jane W Enoch either of the above firms will then-fore pay the same
of the in reoiojsing. the river treat\1 Our whole coast i is: now unprotected.Fr lo two
troops I I
; THE B.iker Jonathan Morri., James to or authorized Vim II Brodie. Tallabassee. -
I Marks. The first i i' a store house, 25 by 3 3 I I my agent
Isnyiiu: emphatically\ urged to Gen. Clinch I feet, two stories hlhJllilt: in the most substant.inl.. Blount, Dr Richard II Newton,William WM R FOSD CK. .
li'iou: \\(IUld\ being; much his junior and >T> the Uichaion 1 lisiquircr! 4ih instant. manner, ceiled above and below: containing two stoic : Kalkcam, Newton, James 29 Broad. street, New-York. 43-tf_

livable tu bear the fatigue: of duch a duty. I DEATH OF NATHANIEL 31A COX.. I rooms, with counters nod shelving. an>! three good ,: Barber, Jarcd P 2 Ncsvith, Charles H S trared from St. Marks a handsome Roan PO-

Clinch contented to the propositiur. and The Warrenton, N. C. Reporter of Saturday lodging rooms one w ith a ;:o other house i k well adapted fjr a: private residence, I Cog::;ins, John R.obertR will be given for apprehension and delivery
[jscd cbout In9 lnurf before, the troops.I last!' comes shrouded in mourning for :he I has a good kitchen and canlcn, well enclose.', anJca.i Canad y, Lewis W Roney? ,James :and Hugh at Mr. Hackley's stables. J. M. ARMSTRONG. .

am, very respectly, I death of one of the most virtuous and illustrious be made quite ronifurtaLrlc: at a sniill!! t xpcnsc. Crau ford, Bird Smith, Seth June 17th, 1S37. 45 ;

your obedient servant, men, \\hograccd our country.--The Reporter Terms will b i nude ac (( n oltimjr. Carter James Senas E NOTICE. -

U. G. WCLI.FORD. announces the melancholy intelligence in the St. lads. July I 13.;; 4i-Jw: F. U. XVHITING.NOTICE. i Cleric of the Sup'rCourtof Sanks Lydia A 2 the next April term of the County Court for j4
Robert AT
Thomas co. Stripling, ,
I (o\lnty,1 shall present the accounts and .
following simple terms: Standland Richard T 2
: Denison,C R ,
vouchers of the administrators of the estate!' ef WM. '
THE FLORIDIAN. "It is with feelings of deep rerctve have to LL persons arc forewarned against trading for : Everett Jcsse S S\vctm.ln. Levina HOLLAND, dcc'd, for settlement, and ask for let-

announc: the death of the Hon. Nathaniel A the following notes, as thy were t-tolen trom I Everett Aaron .1 Spingler:; Mr R T ters dismission from said: estate. f t'

Martin; he departed this life at his residence: in me on the Light of the 3d of.lh}", 1(537.:) One note Kvcrett, Jare.l Siancell, Richard 0 THOMAS ORMAN, tOne )
J.l AU S: i I from S. Daniels for S100 payable on demand; one : Ellison Jr, Andrew Stevens, born of the Administrators. :
this county, on Thursday morning last, the 29th .%ir. 50 demand : Edwards Shcrrod Scllars, J K.
for .
- ---- '. note from Simpson payable on ; Marianna. June 26th, 1337. 47-6m i
SATURDAY JULY" 22, 1637. of June in the S3J year of his age." one note from A. 11. Thompson fur SCO, payable on Freeman, Thomas Thomas, David N _ _ _ _ i

.- The whole nation will sincerely share in thisdeep the 1st of October next; 'me note on Brand Evans lor Franklin Esem D 3 Tooke,John TREASURER'S OFFICE t

SJ5; payable ou demand< ; one note fom James Van- i Fcrrill, Sarah S Thomas, Miss LouisaThomas Tallahassee 16th June 1637. t '
IVearr authorizeJ and :Mr :Macon of those Patri- ,
requested to present regret was one I Mrs Barbara .. n
born fur $11 3; one note on Hni. T. Duraugl.n 810, Goff Thomas ,
L mIlN G. TIIOBKTO.V, Esq as a candidate to'ceiit ots who fills avast space in the nations e3'e. lie payable on demand. Also, a check on the Union G rahl\m, A'exander Thomas, MissMartha NOTICE. IiI

the |pe.1'1 j (If Leon county: in the nextIisbtive was a long time a member Congress from the Bank for S'J' ), payable to myself: or bearer. ; Gregory, James M Tax Collec'r or Receiver THE Tax Collectors Auctioneers' and other Rev

j State of North Carolina--He was in the House I A liberal reward will he given for the recovery of Gregory, Samuel L Thomas co. Officers of the Territory, arc notified that .
Council. the! above notes and check. I Groom, Wiley Vickers, A B all current Bank Notes are received at this office in
I of Representatives in the trying crisis of 'OS- EDWARD P. GRANT. 1 Hamilton, John Vickers,Nathan payment for moneys due the Territory. 1 I

!99--and. for afterwards He 49-3t Vickers. Abraham B The orders from this office of the )!Uh ult., requirin '
Wr are' auUmri/.ed; and requested In announce: many years ; was Tallahassee: July, 1837. I Handcock, Marv .
uice Speaker of tliu HOUM, ftutJ )he Mibse! <|uti.i Horn, Michael J ",.J'''". John C i the bills of oayin! Banks for sums due the
lI ijitr Jj fr.s SnwuTlS" candidate: to repre Whitfield, James t; 'Territory, having been withdrawn from publication .
j U..lli"fKil"r!;
served) member of the Senator of tile U.
I Ihc: people of Leon county in the next LcgisI ly as a $8OO I Hi:;h. Daniel Iflialey Polly Ann alcr its first insertion, in consequence of the general
I Council.Ve S. At all times be was the firm Republican; the : Jones, Mrs Lavinia Waters, George suspension of specie payments by the banks of lha

pure patriot, the excellent Citizen, the honest I Justices! of the Int 'r Court WitiamaThomasofThomas I Territory was not considered in farce thereafter.T. .

.t, man. No one ever more completely realized BY niCHJIRD K. CALL, ; co. Wilison, John 3 H. AUSTIN, Territorial Tr asurer. 4

[ :are authorized and requested lo announce I the elevated character of the Roman Poet, "Jus Governor of the Territory of Florida. j Kirksev, John Walker George June 24th 1837. 46-6w. ti..

JAMES 1... PARISH as! a candidate lo represent I King Nathan C White, Mrs Elizabeth .
forbear it has b-ea represented to me that NOTICE.
; tlrum. But
turn ft frnacrat ptopositi we WHEREAS : McMillan: Archibald Youmans, Absalom
1 lImt) of Jeflersoii in the next Legislativecil. I ; We leave it to abler pens to do justice of murdet. DAVIS\ committed, confined in in the ttuincy county jail of: Jl/c.lfillan' John Youmans, Keziab THOSE persons who are indebted E. B. PER
charge .
uj'on'l) : .
). I i .VcDaniel William Yates, Joseph 2 by note or account, are earnestly requested .
, Nathaniel lacon.I ,
:.Monroe ASA ,
j I ; to make immediate payment to the subscribers -
I I I and DAVID WOOPEN, confined in the jail aforesaid -I 4, Persons calling for any of the above letter, will before the first of September, as all account remaining -

[Tchad prepared: sonic remark uj-on tile fomlOunl'\I Ut !nIm: ai1 r.B! a mU' ah charged with the murder of John Butterwonh plcasc say alhert.i cj. unpaid at that date will be put into the hacd-i .. '
or Gov. Call in antwerto Gen. : ; I alleged to have been commneJ in the county of I JA.VES W. SMITH of an attorney for collection. ii'

?put !.nth: of tint tloc'jaicu1, H': have been,o miato PORT OF ST. MARK. Franklin; in said territory, bro' e jail and made their ;, 4-3w Postmaster. E. BARN.fRD, Jr. 4-CO. '

) Jeft-r them until next week. We liewtver, .1rrh ed. July 18th, l,riz Olive: Branch, Emer ,on, escape from Ciuincy' on the 12ih ins of :law. I do I LIST OF LETTERS reruainixg: in the Post Of 1 1I July 1,1837.-17 For B.Perkins.. -;
in hereby
Now there '
e-rr putsuanoe -
{r.Itu1.lte the tolunte'rs of Florida; upon tins able from N. O. whh hay, & c. to A. Crane. I ..f Two Hundred Dollar\ fur the I at Tallahassee, Flo., on the 1st day of July, NOTICE. ,
offer a > apprehension
137.::! If not taken out within ninety days, they willbe .
. :Et of their COlicuct 011 :hen refutation flf all the riluin- Corn to .1. Crane.Str.m. in ill the Middle />i.irict of Florida SIX
I IIpOr. the triumphant j I (lenders any.pil : Allen MJ Jerkin Richard Judge of the County Court Jackson county ;",
Smith, from Suvrannre river I ,
: r Hyperion, : and all
. .and opprobrious: charge* cast upin oar Cx-c It.'Cpvi.i.i | with Cotton, to Win. :M.tnrr. ; and I do hereby enjoin require in the magistrates I Allen, R C and officers Le vigilant: apprehension CADWELL late of said deease.J. k .
, whilst the tables! anpletcly turned I pepce Darius Lsrkina county,
ate ,
'I Clt'aed.-.Dri;; Orion: CarJ, for N. V. Cotton of tilt' said offenders. I. TURNER.
i the iiUnl tshn fiom the discrcp i indies and and lIMcs.SlPBrner) Bull. D Livingston k H'rri.i:
t n: < John W. DavU) is. about five feet e'ght and a half, June 2-1, 1837. 46-f.y l
cnries in Ins o\\ n st8.lemclIfrulI1tll": I. : Hypeiion, Smith, for St. Joseph, with inches high, broad shoulders, thickset, has large blue nr"icy! James Lof&n Michael A

. "ofte! parties, and the alterations r.$pc< : ua'i passergcrs. I eyes, Mark<< !hz.r, ligl.i; comp xiun, "oo-J teeth broad :I Bi&hwp, Captain A Lang: Dr ThomuBranch.lchobs NOTICE. lion I
X Wm S
Murray WEEKS:: alter date, sbaUapplytolhe
tmt'T1-lIi to %have attempted:: to palliate -' I nc'OSS the c'letk hone, and of a bidding aspect. SIX .
, I COTTONGINS. iuche Baurn, Peter Meany Cap Cornelius Judze of the County Court ot Leon county
ahoutfive feet eight hisjh, si'.ut
tIn i r.nors'y prd'errilch.rc'i: !' derogatory to the I II Asa Ferris Butler Jacob C Blazon, Mary for letters of administration "n the estate of NA-
r rrwn SUBSCRIBERS dark full
have fifirom- has bark! complexion,
just built piercing
ct aad of lii* c>ailju'ors.I't JL received eyes lP'II, Daniel Alaguire, Luke 2 THAN POWELL, late of said county, deceased. t
Cotton of sailor
I teen Gins, of superior quality I face rough: weatberbeaten, :appearance: '
Bonuin TinsouCohron Moody Benjamin 2 June 24 1837. LEMUEL FAWCLOTH.
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I lute manufactory: of N. G. Blount of Kngston, and habits, subject to intoxication- I
have received tlic celebration J&nu II Miller, John 46-6 w
prurccJings at :;. C. Thev are made on nn improved plan' from his David Wooden is about five feeL nine inches high I V &
ix 4ih of July in :Mari.inaa, and the oration Jtliv-! former inHkeofG and of the: be,sleet saws, and slender form fair complexion, l.glit; hair, and op".n Clerk Superior Court Moore, Thomas NOTICE. ;

) lion hit occasion L)'.%. L. W olwnrd, Eq. Rut in will l lIc sold low and on accommodating Terms..Ipply countenance; nf inetnprate habits: and is supposed :. Craig Cook,,George William W P Marley,or Thomas R P MalhewsMartin J F: days from the date hereof, I shall ap-

- .ublub! the communication (If Gov. Call cn- to BENJAMIN BYRD &. C6 to have been a marine. Nuttall THIRTY Judge .f the Superior Court of the V
ftt'.o | Chaplain Cart E Mary 'a J.-*
,' :Magn&i',22dJuy:! !18?7. 50 6w ) Vaughan is about five feet ei :ht inches leave sell the lands V
k.. Simp on District of West Florida, for to
tareci m;>clled! toc clu Jc this, as well as muchpr dark hair has d-iwn Duvnl, John P3Depcvster. Penny,Captain Henry V sfiii
thick set has!' hazle ', ; a I HOLIDAY hAlLEY
I i high, .cyc. William: Pmdarus.Josiah belonging to the estate of
valuable which in -- -
na1t' a.IAII. NOTICE.1
r, hO\\'cHr.
appear anu to
look, addicted to intoxication, itipposu Jackson countv, dec ased. V y
JUJ.ilVan P 2 Prince G W
; DexL SIX WEEKS from date, I will apply to lhe Jude I have bet-n a marine. I : GEORGE C. HODGES, Adm'r. i
Reed 3
Dickson Wm Leigh
1 -- ------ Jacl n County Cuurt for letters of admin- Also 1 1:1: reward of One Hundred Dollars for the ap- June t-l, 1837. 46-4 w
JMration of the goods and accomplice whoshallbe i Duval & Allen 2 Recc, Wm MluvalJ
Tt chattels
f the the of Mark Smith ehension -achnndeirery "
artre height (> thermometer daring 1'1
Ute of said deceased. in the of the C Reid, J D NOTICE.
county convicted of cr abetting escape
.etk bon been 9 80 Fahn-at J i2
( Reese Littleton S
Ely Julia '
I ,
I GREEN: PATTERSON. aforesaid pri'4.ners. weeks after date application will be made to
, ndMt3e.I 1 >. July ICih. 1837. 5O.GwTU'ENTY Given under my hand and-seal, this 13th day of Forester, A Spears Elizabeth SIX Judge of the County Court for the County of
-- --- --- Faircloth. WileSmith, James of
July, 1837. Leon for letters Administration: on the estate
|'lie in&n named Curry was fuund !ctl.d. with his DOLLARS REIFARU. R. K. CALL, Frazier, Simon Spear, Miles Madison Taylor late of said County deceased. .
, : from the subscriber on ihe Graham, Archibald Turner Richard B MILLS. V
[*tCltand otherwise mutilated h {pond about STOLEN night of the Governor of Florida. WILLWM
r lIIiI.-, from St. Marks oa tie .Magnolia road.- June, on sorrel HORSE, 4 years olJwith 49 Gibson, Win 2 Walles, James; June 17th 1837. 45-; w V.
a long switch tail, blaze lace, the two right feet High, Armon Willis, Captain V II
- ad left i>X Marks on the day previous io a and NOTICE. I Williams Muonhawkins NOTICE.ATJlhav *
wagon while, the out bide of the left feet white also.- I Huley. D TAKE j
n, to C,,I. J. Gamble% \,'lise negro: wagoner: it Tlie above i e ward will be paid to any rerson w'ho months after date, I shall present my accounts Col George; Wyatt, Wm .C.CWJP'5 against the estate of HAR
g [tlietcd! cymmiltcd tie, tnunter, with! the Intention i will delnrr the Mid tiursc tu me: on tiajui ctiaiicv SIX- .-...&-.-, ....I -rri.r in the lion. County H.ry"T'. i".pn.n "" .nJ n late. ot Leon county, aeceaseo, '
4 .(biiig the deceased, MI. was supposed to hai-e a Plantation miles east of Tallahassee. w7ny information Court of Leon county for a final settlement! and discharge Hot! Miss Elizabeth \Voart, J L which shall not be presented, fully authenticated, l
oCt horse will be thankfully received.* from the admmistriiion of the estate of Win. lien ing, John within the time prescribed by law, will be barred. (i
I. dcr*Ue mm of money nbout isis person. The JAS. C. WELLS. Kiunaird, late of said county. ;ICJ::: 'PeTsona calling for the above letters will please This is a final notice. SIMON TAYLOR, j

a (T, Jln been taken up, and is now committed lo July 20. 1837. 50-3 H GEORGE: YOUNG( Administrator. say advertized. I.G. SEARCY, P. M. June 18, 1837. Administiator. .
- .i his trial. Administrator' Notice. July 3d, 1837.-4i-6m Tallahassee, July 1, 1837. 483wProclamation 46-tf _ _ 4
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r ------ I I"t.lle : hereby given that at the next January NOTICE. I :
nib; : of the 9tV %II5L. Captain: L. Gillclam!, NOTIC1- Court Adjutant General's Office,
- county undersigned HEAD QUARTER:!, > days after dale I will apply to the
lkdiua, mas murdered at the Double Sinks, on the Administrators! of Thomas Wynn deccaaed will THIRTY j V
'FahlahiasseJuly I; 1837. J BY RICHARD K. CALL Judge of the Superior Court for the
; 'luguktine road about thirty miles west of New- make finul report and settlement 01 said estate; and ORD RS. the of Florida. District of West Florid, for leave to sell the real estate I V
GENERAL of Territory
|''tsTllle. lIe was on his way horn and had kioppcd six months from the date hereof will apply for a discharge Governor belonging lo Martha Parker, deceaseJ.
and l letters from said General viewing it f> it has been represented tome that
. 'le dismusory court u such Adjutant necessary MATTHEW PARKER Administrator.
hljht; and was attacked in his encampment. administrators. THE in his possession the strength of the militia WHEREAS D. HUGUENIN, indicted in the V

| Wing\ wnuaded he fled to a tree about two hun- JOHN WYNN, of Florida, comprising the first and second Brigades -1 Superior Court for the Middle District of Florida, _Jackson V county,,30th June, 1337. 48-4w V

I yard distant, where he was found dead by a July' 1G, t837-'i! ).//jln HENRY H. BUOH'N. hereby requires the officers commanding said I. (Leon county,) for the murder of Robert S. Miller :MARSHAL'S SALE. 4 t V

t. -1 from Ifewnansrillr, two day 5ubaeuently.G. Brijades.-'iz. Brigadier General L. Read, 1st Brigade broke jail and made his escape from Quincy, on tbe I :
VIRTUE and in of writ of ,
NOTICE. and Brig. GUI. Hernandez, 2d Brigade,-to I evening iheSJDlh insU BY pursuance a Jim )
at was a worthy aad ralnable citLcen. A. at HE coparInerhipieretofor. existing under the cause, retui ns to be made to me at Tallahassee, thro'their I NOW, therefore, in pursuant of law, I do hereby /acioj /s ionu ct ttrrii, in which the United

,\e had rendered imjwn..nt eervicei in the proof T firm ofT. M'Carty 4. Co. at St Marks, i it; this I Colonels commanding tbe various regiments I offer a reward of Two Hundred Dollars for the apprehension I States of America is plaintiff. and Christopher C.

: the frontier; and IIi:.course in the last Le- day dissolved by mutual con ent. All indebted i the strength of each company,battalion and regiment, and delivery of the said James D. Hu- Williams and another are defendants, issued out of t V
tot Council firm persons and rank of each commissioned I within the Middle District of Flo- the Superior Court of the Middle District Floiida,
,of which he was a member wax eba. lo the late are requested to make including in report the name guenin in any jail
,. erIt. payment :. SAMUEL PARKHILL all and for Leon County and also of a like writ, issued out i.
iVy ability XeaJ and faithful adherence to either: of the subscribers. officer. rida; and I do hereby enjoin magistrates peace
of eRiu a to T. 47 Adjutant General of Florida. officers to be vigilant in the apprehension the said of the same Court, in which James McMullin's administrators -
? 0 Cbu suffering fellow citizens. He had M'3ARTY and said ChristopherC. j
are plaintiff's
:a cia J. R. ROWI E offender The said Hagufnin is five feet six inches .
Mmao *lth otl.ers, the effects of this disas- thick dark hair and Williams and others ae defendants. I have levied -
S St. Marks, July 18,1837.-50-4w Caution to the Public. high, dark complexion, eye-
e. War, aDd bAa left wife and three children on undersigned feels it due fo the public to put brows, and large whiskers when he broke jail; his upon and shall on Saturday the second day of V
& froziLJer THE and colour. He is thickset Se tember. 1837, between legal hours on said day, at V
bloated in
.C'"t'tllt* and defenccc! .i. air hour when NOTICE on their guard against an accomplished face rough, good ;V
ill PhCtetion and! asaistanee HEREBY GIVEN That at the next January swindler, who calls himself ON AS PLATT. a Lottery and fleshy walla erect and stiff, has a down look, the Court House in Leon County following to sale to '
wa.i dispensable. His bidder for cash the described
the highest
t. aDd IS term Gadsden County Coart, the Broker,who has been in this place lor some time, and is inclined to intoxication. 4
ao.uble and courteons deportment! will undesign without his bilL He bad Given under hand at Tallahaisoe, this 3O.h day landinaaidcounty.viz. Section, township1. range .. V
and left house paying my .
Is of Field F. who
ed the Executor Wynn my
J. Blbercd was executor north a.ndweat. Lot no. Is c. 33,T. a., Range 1,
eresped by large l circle of friends; while Benjamin B. Babb, will make final report and when he left, to my knowledge only one black coat, of June, 1837. !N, 4W Lot no. 1 sec.3T.lR.1N&W I ; Lot

III family wiU be left to mourn a loss to them settJement of said estate, and ftix months from the which he wears constantly, and a green pair of pantaloons R. K. CALL, no.2sec.2.; T.1klI'&W( EIN-E| sec 5, V
IJt Ie. hereof ( and J letters dis- ; also a pair of silk check do which he wears 47 Governor of Florida. :
date will apply or a discharge T. 1, R. 1't, Sf W, and the improvements thereon, ... .
with of
bJbt missory from bald court as such executor of said only on particular occasions a pair the Territory levied and sold as the property of said Christo -
lie have absence from upon V
is to V
white JOTICE.-Duningmy
with glares. supposed
To the Editor ofihe Floridiu.a I Babb. JOHN WYNN specs C. Williams to satisfy said writs according: : to V
lVi pher ,
H HIELET will act as Any
to Marinnna. It is my intention in future to 1' PAiL my agent
IUL paper I bare beencailed to July 1C, 1837. 50-6m; gone will be acknowledged law. THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH,M. V .. .
a upon take this method with all swindlers of like character. transaction of his in my name duly H.
'IJ eapddate for the nut IP,l Iature. Th lawful. ANSON HANCOCK. By SAM. H. DDVAL a V
jtetaLle Job Priutinir neatly executed at the office of ANTOINE by me as 4S-tds
source in which I undented ft* noi"V the "Floridi&n," Tullahasscc. June 17, 183;, 47-3t Tallahassee, April 20th, 1837. 37-tf Dated July "tli, 1837. : V



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:----- -< J r _: : Groceries- Just-Received. A fresh supply of thi. VALUABLE MEDICINE .Jndkin .Patent Specific 0

LEGAL' ADVERTISEMENTS.OTICE. just received. The above Ointment is offered touT.
the Iloweliwe rwTejusireceifed a-large .
: .
BY ute and certain remedy for those
= JBRCERIESTrnichwe ob.ti
choice assortment ; ,
I .-Six rnothfroun date I will apply 10 omo of which hate IOlongbnm41 the
for sale -viz skill
offer on good terms, : ,.,
theionorable Star? BryanJudge oldie Coun- scieuco.l -
:: 103 bbl Baltimore'Vhiskey
of Jackson County, to be discharged from U at White Swellingsof! every cleseriptios:
3' ty Court SO N E Ram
of John Uu 3d Sore Leg and Ulcers of
administration of the estate U Gin }Jong lt
25 .
dcce"cd WILSON ROYAL Adm'r. Country .3d Schirrnsor Glandular! 'Tmnouri "
Peach & Apple Brandy
50 I Champ.Cognac, ''
llio.e bard d t in'
I 82,1817. 37-Gm n moan women'.brea.i 'I
April 'mQ m 4 m 10 Casks Malaga Wine limes tonninato in ulcerated eancer *-L
iiiE.-Six months'C\f\c t shall 20 bUs Old Monongahela Whiskey,
t present 4th Felon.
or what
IOme |
Auctioneer & Commission Merchant. people know
1.'q my accounts and vouchers the Jlon. the Co: I Madeira, Port. tiherry 'VincOd o' Catarrhs of every description, H\

'4' Court ot Leon County, as odministrator ,1the estate t3AUIl :D3-1r3 MOndayS & Saturdays. Irish Whiskey, warranted gtnuinc. 5tb Uheamatic Vrs.of tLJ

of Jurob llorgerdee. nnd 1'1'111fr letters 23 Lblj MoUsscs, i 6th Sprains < nu.
City Stables-fonncry Peter Kobiiisoii. Baltimore superfine Flour,iirOOO Drniseof every c1ccripfa
mls ory on xaul e tntc. SJ'KPllliL W. diS-1 I 50 whatever paiL'Itaale. t

March: 23th, 137- 33 6m j-THE follouing rules and regulations' are adopt- lbs Baltimore cured Middlings and latns, 7th Tetter of all kinds. In

4 I 1 d l for tl e government of the above table*, and will 100 hOXC liaisons llent, in the thieompi. a.
-IXnonthsztfLcrdatC, I shall apply to the bc stiictly l observed, it ishoj'cd I they will give general 50 Prunes out of Wll't'r'' OirmtInent inut keep"

7/oii. county court of Leon county I for letters of Dis I satisfaction, and pievent any misuiiderstanJing. 3000 lbs best Loaf .Sugar 8th Chilblain
I mission from the administration of the c.tnte of Robert The7/iroofa 100 kegs water Crackr or part affected! by frost.

Copcland. dec: Hack and four Sl.r 00 per day .30 boxes and kegs Tobacco, assorted qualty. '11 he fo.lowmc To THE PUBLIC.

S. //. IIJDLEY, admr. Hackandpaur 750 40 bags I aqmra and Rio Coffee pnrtorof Judki,,communication'. addressed to ,

Jan. 18J7 1.t.iUlbIX Sulkcy atid horse :1 5 03 JO kegs White Lead uiui: ::_ t& fn liafr.rrtl, member Omimenl.of from tl1 UOQ.
horse onto 200C9 best Spanish Segars Congress is highly i in
: inonihs after date I shall apply to the Hon. Single SOLELY from vegetable mltterLy The gratuitous manner in which it is mif'feelings
700 work 5 buds PREPARED :.
do per Sugar which betaken e ..
of Jefferson Counly, may of no ordinary character
: Jude ot t the County Com toward.1humanity
t5:! 0)) month Shot
Horse 50 Buck
at Livery per bags all & in til diseases III
administration of the with perfect safety by ages and is welt
from the
for a Ilital tli,chare 1 23 and Coochi' Powder ; certainly desemr
do do per day, 30 kegs Diiiwuis diseases flC
sjid its cure arc lor the following :Dyspepsia, 'attcntklI.
of SC\MH: hlc ol county. .
e Single feed fj i 40 Candles .
I boxe Inflamalion of the Stomach
lcCLELL.Adm'r.. Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, '\
CUM' LKS All liorsrs lined must be pu Heart Burn
Dysentry or Piles Sir-Ith\'l
MOUtiC1h! ), I 12th Mardi, I 1S37 3: Cm. the has an account with the stab'eNo -'. 10 Tierces Rice been my wish for a hns, erable'
Ierson Obstructed Mensuration and Fever
Fistula, Ague t-l communicate the
--------- lojou !
good eff.ct
I I shall accounts delivered without an order from the 50 Btxes Brown Soap. Remittent Fever Typus"Fever Scarlet have with '.
after date Billious
Q! I IX mmiihs' present my Cidcr. or tll'lIthe oiiitmei.t invented
and vouchers as aJministiator on the cMatc of owner or to his known .servant.Smokcing jU dc-z. lottlcs Porter and Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, whit I now understand is by Mr Judkj 1la
in i the stable entirely lorbul{-The establishment IuO best Colton Bagging. | and sold
foradischair pieces Measles! Yellow crCostivcncs9 by'
Haiiis l.uiiuy hue of Leon County and apply Asthma.PIeiirisy, appointed by yourself I hate .
will be closed 10 'lock-Peron npltd ,i
at enteiing 100 CoLt Rope hi.
;' SIMON T.1YLOItpril Wind on the Stomach or bowels, Cholera Morhu, dunn-rili, last three 0111
will please close the ,ac.! .1 t India Preserves years to every speriea
SS-Cm cues: Influenza Colds Inflamaiioi oft
:\ CO, 1837.: Consumption, Coughs, and wount!. without tail-ire to
THE[ : PROPRIETOR- Inrrcls No. 1 Shad pri'
10 uce8
A.ipi ,,, of the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, 1 Infiamatory instance. I Consider Cure i ill'
l it ti >
N(TJ C)' Mardi 1 IS:>7. iJOtf Lca.l, Ctrl, nro1!. Choc-date, Pepper, throat Inflamalion, of the heart mot Jctaltd sad
the Judge, lamaiands. sore Croup, Dropsy, remedy in nil rscs i.f tmm r le
=4 IX months after date: we will apply to Pn served the
of tlr county i-otnt of Gadsdcn county, fr a fnul I !\'e\v-Store, Provision and <.ro<-erj. Putty,.JemijChnl,. En"lishVnlnuts, Cmamol, Tu.I Rickets, Disease of the Liver, Jaundice Difficulty! I may, and ha.e found n..tfim" ;VHMl tails for.01I'w\r.
: Urine & Scrofulou
the administration of the estate of have uuncd{ ilienisrlves under IOO Tuitiowder and Hyson leas.- of making IystericsNervous any JCXTIJ.IIOI.; It may lc ,
d\\b..clllI1' I ttoin i I Jj-TIIE: sub:enbeis I pdu'inc, ( TIIi.. aflrinn of the menh.r' ntid l lu irv .nf add
1 1 'sta \\ laic of *ni ii i coun'v diseased. the firm ol PEACHY & MANER, for the PUfl'Ieofl'IlIliloin2" ri.-ch .SnulT.n bottleCnu, Ol, O.Ji.lo.l; and eneral disease Ulcers Soies Affectations I cu.ool the |.im.rca.'Iidi.e ii,: ," tj.n| t""
) Adminisu II.1 .f 5 M.rlf A Lemon Copal Varnsh,p by the mrs; distinguished '
1 \OK I II. WILDKR. ) in tn vn I. r .rSpir.i l, Brown. Sirll physicians a, ,
of the skin & all diseases fiom
.M. 11. v> lL\JI.H. ) iraiors: q.1AQ V 1 Q.t \ 8 'QU.iTOIU .Salmonc.:! &c. l-'orsale'- &c. Price, bottle arising Impure and whirl tf.ry |have, decided! would, withllut !
2hh( 1S 7. .1i-tLs i <; &T.E.LIUE EPGEI.f prr $2. Iti.n, fital to tl.- "i*
Uuinej. May I : j.rovc f'Mlt"r"as |
Their build being large and commodious )- n.l. 'mier
inps medicine has effect and
a powerful as a Spring 111'-
f TaUaliassee.: 18 6 J-tt diate notice, ctT.:cU-d :by the us- of Judkm'j
A MTNTSTIIATOU'S NOT1CE they! likewise pp>posc attending to th"- Recciving (It. : Fall Purifier in those whose constitutions require !I nnd thc is in fine health OJ,:
,. I : and Torwaid: of Goods and Cotton, I to \vUnhih''y ; SAL. nourishment and be j patient ; Ins hint(> aITtete!
Honoira cnsVoul.1
vishall the l new vigor
T the July 1 tci \ apply to i g4AD. Or' ; rr.r the tumor hrJHjj rcsto.eU to A petti l ri
4 tj1.,[ Jiidgp'ol the Cmn')' '.intof (lausdnicounlv.l'i -. plc-tl e ilif'ins* Ins I to pl1I.h altl"l1l1n.11 tinMerchants 1 fHlFIK I I : PuLwrilH-r is authorial to sell thre valuajj -. much benefilicd by using two or three bottles, which I! ne!i. AIsr: >, hint the leg ff an n!.d nrn slate,, of II

lOr a firal I disJi) :nge t from ihe adimniati.i'.i: ol e entitle thi-m td a liberal share ttf ].itroiage' : fnun file jnl Land siluatril within 5. IV,
lie cMaie of Jo.sepli I'leld*, deceased. and Planters t the Tl.i-M Iciu, ( \ .'ds andiifigh-will l'(' lill; fr..m 11'1-1iIih3ssec. The first contains aboulI I persons arc diseased for the want of blond being purified. fare firm the knee to, and Which ulcerated! ,I

J. :t. IXOt1minio.., linringco'inties of Gcorsia. no 19 >() Acres i :.1) 0rcair! : l Th iccond ji! Acres 6l() Thousands of persons n n destroying their con-. than two years:, had I letn *
will! cudea\otto j considered
'V: L I\Oll WOOD[ J trators. I sold low lor cash! or produce. As they of dunce and HII cla'l. And the third 860 Acres about. 200) I aredfliic : stitutiousby neglecting to apply a proper remedy ; to, I. eftVnually, curNIIJ.! the arr.r.caiicn. ,,,illcurab'.f.tuufl4Oi' .,..,

1,1'T11 '29. H37. :3H-If keep on h- ind- a.CIIIIt.mtlIl'r'ly- ,- -,. | landare tijuat I lo cny ill middle 1- Iori'i.i, and such the Panacea will be more than double valuable( mcnt. I .; nli"n thesr- tw, _
ol t (jrucei ics Jwlr.o\'r'lIIu l 01 eicrdescriptun. \ "hil'{ (' feil,
r juautiis
I per : 'I : will be lh'antap..Hs to the pureli tscr. as a ccrtain and effectual means of restoring them to' inyiiiniedmc!: nOtire ami
wi'lf.iul :
X-OTIVE. Country Mei- bali s an! 1.I.ul Icrli I lIlmflittrPmnr, us a rcvidtMc
BRADIIN.TVliIiisre .
rail. Their sumis n.iuopen. 1 II. \V. perfect health and v'gor ; few families arc exempt I of 1"f thus! in Sinois '

1.14 pet$OI'S' iiiiUbtcd the estate of RichardV i utu ll.eiriu.eicst llu JOHN nL I l rl .\Cl1 Y. : ; :I.irr1i. Ifuli lR.;7. tf. 3'J from Scoibutic Affections which exhibit various symp- antI! of nli-cro. 1 Luc c.rperic-octd remedy cases
j Jl'talii.iul; me ircjnt-s'cd: to make unnicdia'c p 'Y- WM MAXEU.St. I-- --- toms as Eruptions, Ulcerations, Debility, I.ossof Appetite the gf! )d ef.c.t sftlujs rcmrriy m the aj T
and thosM- having claims ajrT.nst still es'ate i Iaml f'O' SaltJk '. and all ariatug from blood.: I'I fur ot'I "'
jncnt. Jati. lili(; I I'-'Ii; ;, _'" I. Digestion, impure andof every sPcie of |hc'I F. \\"o/ln/I. i.
\\"i111J<' nuht'lItil'ltel: and pioscntid wi'hm' the time Marks ._ I **' < > / .\IP c of first rate Land, :0<) olJ and if not properly attended to, are sure to produce I that any oi.e w how ill!l oi.-erte r.r> th "etma r"I

pie-ciibi'd Joy' 'law or they will! 1'C lot e\ er birred7 Kou-a nil's Tonir .1ISlsir and .\utio.t I > :.:! whuli i. ii-.a red, about 20 mile the greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea i i' recommended 'I' ln.imti.r!, n it Lc satisnu a lo its owrai[IcntfichUf; n :

June :;, I : H-if JOHN l'/.Lii: ( \' I'in". Irom Talhha-ser. f.r salel.y It//ACKLEY, in nil seasons of thc ycal'nd in particular I I can with the utn.. iroii-i'incc! J
ESICUTOH': i :-- NO"-'ICK.- ------ l N ronsnijiirnri- 4.1: the 1I' 'II'n'I\\tt"lnj.'to: to palm 1 1.Ii ; J "jL''!_1"f: ::_I __ as a prevcnlative from all c iscasi-s in warm climates :i of this valunbr! re nu.iy.! *end ,,

spmirt'is 1lIlltallor.s of l K-wami's \ .!" M.dicinci Johnson and those persons, when diseases arc I prevalent. by I't I I'm !:r, tery
LL sons who l have any demam's atin t tie '. d confide! th-. i( .1 antes Rirge, crfour week iluce I rrqr"cllirr.
4 pel on tl.e .iiic-he h 1 s ( tl nmiu to inking the Panacea three tilucs a ,or \
.1'O.tIIP- \11.10111I: : PatteV-tm, !1a'c ot Juksoii | dif'-iMit! (.f tin; Bk{ APKK A X I> TAILOR table when going bed and ih> JOH..1.ALIAFERRO.
,.\l.s {'xl''in\: '.<> i Ig"/.I"i III 1'11'10.; I ; or four spoonful's t" To M, Cha.les ? rtnrJs, rroprietnr .c J
0()\uty deetr cd, arc III'rdIllpll..t..1 to pnsent ccuniiy, fn'i.i whomflout Ib? gi-nuinr article ,nha.l I' !Ii. I 1.JL/HIl.'SJ.J6' 1i..2: person may fear no apprehension <,f btii'i attacked mcnt, l'l'clle'lcltnwn, Jdr11ar.1.jr.y II'Jf'

t.elll'illOut: dclnv to the Mibsonbor.101 -. "innl I hp 1.I.t':1'IY .%- al'):'' I I'miI ) inMoniut with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or nnyoihci {'ti isctse, I P IL F..
:11110 1\IT / or.VcA oil' TiiclrJnctir, ) .,.L.H
I IN W PAT r.RStN: ( > Execl1.ALFHED s.
; I v .,i'u'.iisol t nnautlioriJfd: \" i IK1.1. is I\\ ." "-( .' .. as this medicine is n valuable! restorative cf i the sys- neritrp !eaviiz: IslCtno,1? I had
L. WOUlIIW1101) | \ l '"rom New Yin nsI I heard mocttfrrl.clc ,
: 'oik I and S n *IU re"el\l : sup' lir.r !
New Phil.ddr.11il: : CiuiMingit
I (his a' I llos'on, ; lcmthcie-by invigorating : iii "..I'If': \ o'r br..m
Juno :3 1,57. I--: n'11 arid ;I _RH : oiimcntnf Iioailrl.! .tlis! a'S \oiiinir-.ioniilfi( ( tin rrhlt vt'ifri'ifnil" : to bear the debilitating fleets of Jill clirwucit icncycd > nat'Pil IILr
__ / tfII.s' Judlms
l 11t:11cr( th' colors and p_ ,
all t de
--- -- --- w : iih! are t most pec
lo lir.ui irtl( > for (/ | auidiig: flshi""all. the fluid! ind their
MfilKinti "n./f niaLargo by circulating *. collects 1 m.-prmadclyC. He
c/ .
:0.. H I:. : t : *. I.axe apjioarcdm tin* New \c.i k : sir.f, IH' \r Frederick ,
-Iihereby pncp, that thirty davs date, appl--[ qiiiit: ititS t.f< : p- run:mi):-, .\ftllc in 1I11alOi) ofllic !' pnttetiisthi. a of I Itcidy Made m.rkl, tendency lo all those di!easr"j which originate in viti- i h;:id!, m I of its descried! rHracy! in cures on'
.Mix'urc i have: l 1'1 inanufactnird : "!- o an "Iel't.: bf.rtrenl! clothing I afd bl..od diseased liver, depraved! : cr ilia hvri I j
.Hcatmnil\ l h s inaditotb' lionoiabie; Jud cul the (luia' L111. whirh he bo appetite pie \\ \\ .1 am s\ e.t.3f'r.'I..ntc Since
county oourt of Loon lor atillio.iir! to ell tl.c rcil: ciu. S.; ComsiocK & C 0. II Now \I il l;, nnd! lc/ttn iC (.f i \'n\tl-c'lt n Its fine can warrant lo ns I' disposition to affections of the lungs.It I.r lIt ace in I.II;.'lI1r.l"e, it !has periormcd: a myI

estate Lcrcinatter dc>ci :!>fd Lc'.utisuip: io the estate S'ltz fji 'a'-'. The name ufltiirluiid' I OI.1lV. : ':, (' frc,1 d.tls' as nov p\'er' resembles, in point of taste and flavour, n lich I fi lend' of mine nfil-clod: w itt the Piles. HU'ID cure
:!." nd :5(5(i I is tIc Iotllcsf tl>c. imilation. The e1IIiIIC otTrrrd 1 m the ! country, a ofjo'Hlisl 'onli.\I..lher than a medicine. Every afcr *
of '\-111,1. Nutt"ill, , i> :: ".i person a sufferer for some YCJf3uJ this jir
township 1 rau:c North, nnd IaI.E i i N aitn:0:':c 1.1 y be ha-1 of I die (no\!! i i'i: prrsnns, \.ro aic I rlotlm:, aU.t!and"ylllll..liI1cli. lu.lnJ rl th caj.ti shirt., ir.cnsI frem inking mercury, in any way, s-honlj J-avc: itc'in-se tone : I < dise-'ic, I now u1 he'Srl\ applied

I: .' w-ion! :W, T 1, II :3. N and E:.-N W S i\ '\' I I.vcciicm tnci>rt/y .?%'"'* in ih'1- part ot I rii>: ida atd! n i..rgi.ti I ei tli raps ( \ iouqnalitics which or two bottles of this medicine. In the decline ( f I m, loamy o\ n case, and am r.uifiud thai jonrnt lea

::.?, T 1, Hi: N :mll 1 II: -W J (.f N I K: :, W i E.: I'ainaul: jr. &c;>. tJmcnl Ag I nt, Talla.4i3aCP! i tone to sc\cndolars!! I linen each, d I cmbroklenod are : variety boj I life. or when the system has been impaned by. excess, I J it made perfect 1lI"J. A. I'ENTSCi

; N w !, IP ; S irj.i J. I: js II' 1.W: / :: I r..isn: : : J, Willi.U'i! 1 1\,11 i>- ('0., TI."lab\'IC!: 1 of I p'ain :11rllkol\ storks plun: a fine mtrino flinncl- it nourishes, strcnsthens and suppoils :t :-it is r.o. : >nntin. room, Lom!
o'lar! I
i: '- N \\' ,l, I' i N I E '., --c.-tu 7, W : N II i, ai 1 hWJ I J'itacs C. Ecelc-e, Clutrcy: j foris < and, MispdirTers lllrts and drawers presuming too far t ea add, th.\t it actually piotongs lf. A ft-w wcfl.3 I mgi a case i.f woman's sore b
llanncl ntt
: s"(-ti.m. f\ T I I. 11 1, .S \lal1::. Lit No. 1 and 7 S t' aiir, I Lloyd! E.C.". t Mn'Thomas to l CTnton linnen silk buckskin, nnd cotton fur globes, fur collars d<'., This Pan'cea has been introduced to the public: tr I carrc under my i>. ire, the breast j.rcay;! Jnt

<:f :'CCOJ: '!I, T t'I: U )I, : .!\. I E.: Alexander! I 1:1,1\\:: ,and ,colored silk i\lIIllinen handkerchiefs Also short time, and has received more tcsttnIm1s: in i's j the nipple scarcely to le reen-her appearanetE

l\1AIl W. NIJTT. ILL, I Paii'H \\'ilIims & .. I white clc'thinj all of whic*- he will sell lawarct.rding fixour for its efficacy, in soshorta time, thananyoih I Ily sj I.'e the great immisery she .was i i.i ; slie tott
cf as
A'lm'r W Niuialicd! J. P. Carpr-ntrr, I a lot negro er medicine ever discovered and its -,'cat hont; ai.! iho had leci> stiff'ring three mOllth"yitt. ir.1Id|
uf the
la'::". 11Uilli"ti' w The label of !K.: Bain.inl will! Leon all tIle to the quality goods as can bought will induce hundre s thousand I. '
.J' Thr" !] ( nt.ty.: June 17ih, .jr abroad, a.yc to dp- rairipd t. .er bed. ; sic :1.eri had : ixieed p-juha

: -- \ : iu'--\Oli;- --- bottles sold! by thc'ahlaells.. I' illtlap.X.n'.IJdl Tttntoiy l:nfi- lJtff ply for it, to reap the true mile tlicrcof. I it .tl.ei: iJ.ini.hnd Un liCit 1 adti-cii JucL
( Tullal.asst! July 7th! 1 .:i7. 4SJ; Notwitlistan'tie attempts bj made f impairthe ki' in l.a.Jbnn
F LL Pci.ij', iJl'h'! ed 10 I the es ate "t 1 N. I.. I] oM.m !!- : may I u rns : it su'cessfilmliea!
a-cll l aie i re- ---- ------ --- --- f NOTICE. coof dfciiec of the public in the crfic-icy: and cuiv.Jilc :h, gut and! apj.I ed H .;<:c ,nlni tr I he diirrtioiui
< < ,
late .f .U-Hei--n 1 ( '11111).11. 4ijziijffI'l
: t Q _
l,'II<:"tCll 'in'i .>niej.i;uuaii. .nul Celtic: 'he) saint : AKo I l E tiiiilt : ; inlorms the )1 t Es/ra\cdfti>mlh Subscriber about I 10 days since, pot cr of this medicine, it wilt go on t. conquer \ cc-mtuning :t ; 1.1 St II'Hlr" all pant; BrfS "Out.,
: -
i .My planKis.
spc'-ii the afflicted nnd fur itself -
disease relieve earn thtg.xid broke "nd COnHIlf'III.NI _
all]i tioe uidc'! !',". ci 10 I tJ.o/ firm..t t Gohini! and IVsoiivjHci.mcfi of Lem and that he has madeand J .1 small: !.), rk Bay: Marc Poncy, cropped inane and J Ihs..rI.Ir"'UOl "u"'T'' Oil
adj:\ lllt ornL unj
;" n of tho -> > iciii o. thousand :In\- continued some days the relit bun
.1! ai.ii he iiain dt.tte pax men.u..J .- rIunl. tin'! ,...I' inU i, uboi. 1 otd. .It tli,. "i' ; extreme
; j i wa i.a n. .. ". Ins sell! |I' -ia i years : I
.UonI'1 for itself
: it. has earned which
nllwin.1 -0" / dy a nan.e dtsMrd'y .it- ti eX'lIctlllc
> ease
I'- d" .> .*- 'IU'' iI' ; 'ta o <' I lime two colored Mur! 3 old prlect wi.m n/j astonishment
.t1I- i"- <" E.: \ 'aunt Cofo: :i Cl'LTlVAToiin. he same mouse $, years ;
i reach that such is the f.ict the! Dumber
fill!. viil piesfiit' tjiein to 1,1..u: !,: rih7r, pioj.rrlyauthcn'icriei irspcrffu'Iy 1l''! Ito, the I'.ant': I to i'all and (xamillC < one recently I.rt.e.! the other Miit>r( K Mi. \ tacks cannot ; I 11tt\ days redore her breast: Li us mnll
vitl.i'i th'MiiMptccr.bec by l.1ur. .! fur ihc : 1\ C.! r. Any prr .n who will deliver sa.d P .ncy and Mule! of Ictteis in possession must fully silisfy tile Moat incredulous ;:.: days the cure was i nplctc.C.. I1ERS10.:
nibru! CLAD.GGI. mdis mirth of 'Falla.litcsec. ; and were It necessary, cotikl! be obtained Frederic! c ( 3 I ls-25.
7 lIIryI.n
they. w ill be ban 1 of ( v.EUKXirAUrOLSOM 11 I T.'Mali:ise.Dec.. 20 t 1 lSi.l tn we fin my planttli.ln, east testimonials ,
: AtIm'r.Juot" : I : or to It. 1 II Bi'rry Kfq-Tallihaisoe: birth l he I numerous underlhe sanctity Cor ibc BEWARE OF IMroITCXMestrs

27th, 17. 1'-I-b.V I Jailor's \olicr.COMMITTED liberally I'CW.IIJctlhV infor nation ot them will be oaths of ihosc who, after suflcnng the r&ost.ititcrmtl L & R T Low 1I11.. nu rcliants, Cumtxrla
: ---- I I long protracted' illness, have been entirely reined to d'titl As M:.- IIersf
receucii < men- > f.
to the Jail of Jefferson b\I1: by us agent the J.
iiI lU1Sfi :;l'-.F: .\ffi.SUPERIOR ('OIII\ slavesi ia : JOHN S. T.\YV health, hut it docs not enter into the cornpi eci..i.n of Dr Wm Judtvit.'s patei:t specificomtn.intI .

(:( ItJtT.11i county on tie 13th il.t. (tWI .n \li\1 : March 1 Hth I l.37. 33 many, how it is possib'cfor botanic medicine to elFe't I f-n.i YetI that rlS sl'n".r, I was ..ttf'te.twidu: | >
.\" / Hi TV.Ztiffl 1 II r tnnnlio says I his name: is 150IJ l a ind ::SS : such wonders in the healing art, ns cxpcriencchas
-f7.n *: lU''t::, (flu rim 'c-;-tile ::IIIIC Jutiki.i's' 'inriiitnt i",'\Iced men'
lk .'Iud/nllfs, trarri"g I !: I hclwujj-i t t.1 (;ergeel'. \" :1 nI l of I Lion I'IIII\ 1 O.MJO.X I'OIM'lHt. proved then competent to pci form, but such arc the a jug ut it-l.u;.it'P'I! taut tobe c.f.Mr.Heny

ttl-t'rl1l1' 1/1)/111, //Jrr l7t.ffir:1I 1 .ctln.Jlt.lor/ SI'i2S ,- alsoa nojjro iiinn \\ III says hc. mine H WI'.SLKV -.1 0 fi OO'/.EN bott'es'! received: per brig Alert, farts that they cannot be denied. mal.c. lu"clt I acr.ding ti the priutcj dire

1.i.tru !; IJT'JIIt, :t.1WI"t, .'.IjriIvp Ii I uiul lllat he la-hmiis tn (;I'MC ISroun 1.1 1 I 0 0 V from Luerpoul I'oi silc: by The ahme medicine] can be obtained of c. f I. & T.E. iK't My I 1-g kept -,'tt.lirwi.r.c.Mr .

,' \ 2.:>th, 1S37. :lmpltr (:rnuiily Missi>>i'I.i.i; | Tl.cOUIIILS arc TL RBUT R- flETONt'7 LIN DEN BERG Ell, Monroe stre' t, "lalUihassie!! ]I I1er-t.n. t.-J\i-lm.j! ; to the west stt>pptd at,11(1 t''lf', /<,snrThori..hi'iZi'i .- IlL I J J''Ultl'lll prove: I piopertv |
( p4 LIIi 1.' njrad.Ii I Ii j I away. S \V I B \ Jf'/flNGTON, Jllnr..Jal. : -- he in:n cdiauly pronounced it. not. ot his maniul
'J'l'IJl/lt I II'I : :(; :;; I AIC I'A<:KITJSCHOONER TOlcr.ship 'I1iffin (.oiirt3Pa May 1'UT.MR. .
> Perry
4g. Jlll'l't, I 21 I I 1-37. J 1 1Gni II tnrisicd: ins \ .th! one \5 1.1/1 ".as. On ope:
4. \JI/. J -- Lady Washin.Un JACOB HOCCK-Sir, I feel! rays-lf constrained and sii e-ing! it 1 wnsMoit.i(.:'u of the d.tfreoce

r i ,.. I cfcudan'-s in said suit, and a'.l I ul.eis iu.R. i i crityI'iHollars-; ; ICcward. i .r.:1 M J. Jswaim, master, to inform you of the effects: that your Panacea had! i it K>t.cei likeu.i 11111" 3r\r'1; :tc-iJ the i>iniHient hrk.)

tci< 1'ell, \viI:| sake iioliee oft.c) in' titui..alHm'-! ; l ::\' ; .ua t.lic S.\I. T.da3: 'I'" .. aud.schr Washington. Jefferson on me. In the year IS !G;, dur ng the tn.nt1sIf Jan- gave me, to my Ie;; ; ir b in a. sate of SIB

of, amh.fthc issuing ,f ,aturl.incin said this/1 hy Cc.iirt, rcIU1J.II. I __ aVlgi-Triiht: lay I 1111:1 11\.r I l l lean i il fait: hat. maste-r will tun as uary. February, Starch anj April, I wascmi'hjyidinthrashing ment o.i using the ..rst pl.ister, and so continual
h to the \1:1y ( ) lenn "t : I I regular !I-o between St. .
/ t\\<< wlnie l lt/and a il his fochl'no, pac-k: : with a thrashing machine' and cai'ghi cold, it. well.Tin .
(said defendants! ting non-io-id, ii--> 'tid that they ai,11 I AIMv Iill., nt about twu'llr l'I., !: ,> I. i"2j: I| .Marksand N. Orleans. 1If freight or ptissage apI and .he dust seemed settle: on my lunr: I Mifier- I ? ointment i i.. certainly very valuable oi

appear; and tlnlll tllll!t1:(' dfl] natnili I i hr.lllt.! S 'id r.isc, wJl: lie "ivn on Lisdchxcival tiMay Ca.I.; I tS\'I."; lloiel I ply to Swaim, Lo\dj .V Co St .Marks: 01 to Kerr & ed much pain, and conld no longer attend to my business I srnu.I! H lot .1 pity it should! bt lost to the publicfccoiinlf 1 1I

cc..r,ling to llie- --ta'.u'i;s 111 SIR:!, C is inaleaiid projlcd. -, D m. CAUTIONj ( : i Kirksev Tallahassee.Nov I ; the pain was located in my breast, particularly I i.'e-it: ait.cKbearing; the: name nnd being

%' Gr.ORUEi/: I IlAMKLN.s.1pnl \'cr I alanh 2jth: l-.J"; I :IJ3tf; I 1 18 183G.: : ; l.>tf on the left side. I was also afficed"ih! night 'c.nllillc)1 K .E"'Jfl1

D, 1' >'. I -' An)'. fur Pills. 1 j : ,__. __ I sweats and fever I sought the aid of various Phytciuns CunJcl"lJnd.1lY 24. '''HJ"lJm

sr"i"-_1(1 :'",\ IH'-\1.\)B -(110IIUN (; : '= A'.'\v-VorK \if .ITIarlis HIM' ofPackcl! 1li l 11J 1j W l;IJJ g lTi T 1 U 1ll in this region, but all to no purpose : I ten le Rttlrr'lI H'Q/lgk.

I Offers( for sale, on accommodating terms traveled to Lancaster county, and aso: to Chcst-r co. I has c kn.mll Mr C Htrsious to Lo tucprojntti.i.t.t

irrl, : !have ice-i.c-da Mippof! clothing, cuiiiiin-. A: : : his HOUSE and Lot, situated on Alonrc and employed several Doctors therr, bu deny d I no of J uhii.'s: ) t f.r iccratcuis' during .}

iu y Pssonujciit$
110 lili-eM I nt a 1I:1\1!: :!
( I II I, .V T i-1\'IJI\BEltGEIt: I house is a convenient, spacious and lomlurlablc rcsulencf Pa. But seemed at first not to do me any good in my OWII family! w .rc living in Maryland'

I\'n.Lc! :::, I ;:: ; o -- I n.I:i Vessels and i. \'\icrie-nred .".1 I{, in'Urn lent of .ihat portion, which ibnowoeciij'K > for I Leca. e weaker, and was obliged to Keep my during my rcMJiiice 1:1 tIlls Cl'y ,with success
-- -- - ---- -- FIRST
-- ::1e .t't. 'f\'t'...., he employed in t ihi i line t-isul I frjm eithciPOIN o .d as a r'ancy Store, bed. My friends advised me to use no moie of i>, B IKAUOU

.1.J.9 -a \..c..cnl sail on the .iih and -Jlth of e\ er.\. I lie oflets for sale his unimproved lot, on the but I resolved to give it a fair trill. and sent for ar.- :Jclc'd! !i"t Hook RIHIIM, Mulberry st.

31 E 11 CHANT I TA Y L O H, month, f't'u'rhluld p >i iiniia;e itijiine.WAI / COJ:: loot sircet, measuring lf.0 feet Irontby ISO back. other bottle ; this afforded relief, awL soon sirength- New Voik, .May 2a-.ii, !t"'J.: .'

II \i'g jnniKuincd) from New Ymk, has taken tl.n ,: \V YLLYS P/IATT, Agcl N. York, II The subscriber! will also dispose of his entire stock. cried and improved me as much itS the first had weak- To prevent imposition, C Herstons name, &*

fetoru lort'inly! cccupm1 by I R. Ililsoy, i-i Jcffib ROli'T LYON, Agent St. ." !: in Trade, comprising most general 1 assortment ofPancy ed me. I :ent for third bottle, and am now restored .wn hand! w ruin;;, wilt appear on the envelope, t*

btr' ti, vh1 1 : re h: is now OP( I1ifl-; a general assortment I St :Marks, .'7pnl 13, lb7.:: __ 3Gly'r.ITIaisliairs I and Staple Goods, Groceries, Hardware, I enjoying better health than I have dune for the ?rs, post paid, directed! to hirrr, in Frederick C*I

*f Ready m,u'e; clothing, c nsisting l of e\cry article in --- Grot cry Ac&c. His Stock is large and well as last ten years-I am azain enabled! to follow the Vld will be attended to

lii* line of Imsiin; suitable to the season, laidl will \% oriu Sjiup.fS 'I sorted. with such goods as are well adapted to the plough ever since Idiot August. I am fully convr.n cd For :AC wholesale! ai.d retail byE

lie sold on I tinmo't I, accommodating turn Ice'.llmCIld to all paients: musts, and other;: Ilia rkct.I that your panacea may be takrn without any injury, GAIl) \CO. Dra1

lIe l.... also on Land a bl'klJl.I"'llbsol'tment! of !u- most clieciual:WORM til inaiiagfim-iit medicine cf children as discovcrcd. th-I|j Tor particulars apply to R. J. IIakll'or! Hugh and is a useful medicine. Yours, rcfecilullv: Tallahassee, Sept r I7ih, ISJ( C-eow-ly't.

]pet hue< clxilis, ('ai.siiiitres! and Vcfciinp recently im- : 1E
|ioi led, wliifh In wtil 1 tell by tin yard <;r piece and I I "tm. IANEI yubMrilicrliavini; associated tlleD
Ahichcaa l be made ip fvir tlio.c \t ho"i h, ;t. the 'hi. syrup IK'sides bemga safe- and active \ermifngc | 'IallahasseeDee. 7, IbSO. 18-tf The fallowing remarks by the Editor of the Stark in Mercantile biiMnos 7ler the firm wfny McI

t 11''1 test notice, and] in the woot fashionable! ) le.IriUndingto isa ieealjlc and pleasant to the taste, and n<) !/ --- County, Canton Ol-io,Democrat, arc extracted from & Hi1 wes beg leave lo inform i/clr/ fries
will j el Use to lake it. !
niako Tall.ih.issce his permaiidit re! i idtncc dll.1 I JAMES II. COOK, that paper ot April, 1817. and public cner'IIY7Ihlt 'lliey are nmvin Ol-'df'
also calculated for
happily and
lie I" 'pi, ::. liy plre\"rin application business I is 1 4 II other disordvis tl which preventing rhilJrel an re:::1 I Xo. 100 BROADWAY, NEW YORK f'i'.t'; DUCK'S C'PINACFA.._... ana-We me invite pubt.'c the generally attention of to the the, the SilO I: Ibiinerlv, uccnpifd bv the- tate it""

inoiit a klisiioof imblf'nnnjrolallaln' } uowei summer llC"t'\VP'pn Piuo and ]) ulll j I S. Miller the MdeufMonn Street*
!"e, UrUjJJtli, I lh.5C.: 12 tf ml1r COlpJllldl r I trcct, advertisement in another column of this paper, Under en west *
,- looseness, \omiting llllUglg, i is OFFERS for sale a full and complete assortment of the above headWe have used the article ourselves opposite asliiiigton Square in .le CJiy i>f

: l"or ICent.Tf uable for ala'in those in\'nl-I Cabinet -'urmturc,consisting Sideboards with marble ana can safely recommend it to the public, as lal-ni>sec, a general -orinient cf Dry G"

.r.. The otoie fuimcf ly occupied by It. Y. WellJ'urJ in cutting teeth, and if yieviously} used lops, do plain; Dressing Hureaux with marble and an invaluable remedy for most of the diseases with Ilnnl \Vzi re a ni.i (jrncenes i\iicn! they ufftr
render this ol I
-' a! pjc>ctil l-y ILJ.1Jacl.t.y I J ] 'asan Auction operation nature peilecJy mild and plain tips, Centre Tables both square and round, 1 which mal\kindnc afflicted. IIa'iogfor a mnnbei sale
tin acclJlu lerms.
It j a ting
liee from
too:), \\ellkiio\\n] as the EXCHANGE.I For dangei. isquallyelliracious in rickets with Marble tops, Pier tables do. Dining tales! III i of years been subject to the INLCECS or KicrtTMitiE,
I aClIt.l"lI.e,.. Ill" hut suipat-scd by situa- and ill the inlaiitile remittent lever. I is reccom- and Brcakfaii tables of all 1). MtkALMeS.Ml.
nu any srt'b single, sizes, Bureaus I to an alarming extent, the Panacea was recommended -
- :, tivu in the ciu Fur terms apply to dcd wuh intended the assurance and thai that is fully adequate to the I (It). Sofas of all qualities, fashion and prices, Mahoga- I to us by Dr. Houck himself, and we are happy
I utc: 1'-I H. WEJ.LFOllD._ purposes good may fcc Jenvid ny Chans from $3 to SiO each, Rocking Chairs of I say wo have been entirelyrefaved from that distressing 5th13;. O)4fCotton -
-- -- -- I ruin its simplicity
IHJTTEH{ & NAVY HH"). haimDirelions- innocence, it cannot daany every description, Wardrobes all quuluiesand sizes, : affliction. As a family medicine we have no -- -

Secretaries and Book Cases do. Ladies Work Tables hesitation in saying that we believe is Citis.Six .
riikiiisNuitl.iia 15utt r a firbt rate LU'tidc. accompanying each bottle.
'J ; ,
with Marble and wood tops and Braintres w-
Mahogany high post I Iron framed cottnrujins from
:. 100li.irclsN.i\y Uread. Marshall's compound Syrup of Livrrivort. French Beadsteads Marble do. Groceries Provisions B
I would: rcPrtiu1ly c\lIthe attention of Rail-road I Looking GlascI. a c5c. <$-c. IXl'tCII'll doily at St. .MarksiauiffLatina
of! Hair Manrasses _.
full n-sorlmeiu and Feather '
the l Ui end. Beds, Butter, Cheese, Sugar, Cotlec.Uicc: for sate' j.1 the nmanui.icturcr'spflCe
((contractors For coughs, colds, asthmas, spitting of blood! Imr tngclhcr with every article necessary to furnish a FLOUR Lox Herrings So.i Rubins '1'. R- BETT05
Just ierci\cd in-r' bug .l/idas, from ll.iltinioic: and complaints, whoopiLg cough, and all diseases of the house. Terms liberal (March 25ih 1837 33-3m 14ifTJX
) N. E- Rum W. LRum Nov 12 1S3C.
111)WIN \V Whiskey
lc by DORSi I; Y. brca '.and I lungs : -." -

11 lorSt.MurU, ICth !r.Hr", 1SJ7. 32tfTV" The icstorauu powers of this medicine: in diseases A CAHD. Spanish Brandy Hardware, Cogniac Brandy, Holland Gin, WARE.TUE .
Tobacco Shoes Hats I
-------- Caps,
of ihc Lungs have been attested by the most subscriber tarrJ"'b
respectutl&.i1iysicialis -
( Vl'lCE.-Atl fJeII4IIQ who own \aeant lots, orJ.q both rttI&fltthiCO.i3M1Th:1 Clothing; Saddlery &c. Tin Ware inanoAcinriBg "

ocnipy piuj.eity ":1.\ ill? back yords.are request- it possessessedativcexpeciorantanilto.iic); Europe and this country. I. U'Q ID.'Y'U h All of which he offers, at wholesale or retail, at the -ness and wilt at alt 1! times b.a ehanJ

r.lto I rut dow n the w eills nnd remove all nuisances on and hence abate fevers, mitigate and Properties Wi MLRCHJtNT, I warehouse of Peachy &. Maner, St. Ma..ks.Dec. a general assortment, eiu
fOflh\. ith-r1111 be done their cough almost 24 1S3C.-20 JABE7. LEWIS ,
them, it.will :It I ,
expense instantly tcimncs slight and clds, whilst it No. 60, WATER ST., NEW YORK. reasonable termcaa
IJy order of the Intcndunt, at wholesale or retail, on as
I 1). L. EVANS, City Marshal. gives immediate reliefto to those which from neg Offers his sci vices to the merchants of Alabama, FLORIDA CLAIMS. be sold in any Southern market c

June Oih, 1837.:| !lect have assumed a more dangerous character, and Geoigia and Florida, in the purchase of Goods OlIN P. DUVAL;of Tallahassee, and Francis Country merchants and others are invited to

-' seldom fails lo cure the most obstinate caers.' Wares and Merchandise. In the purchasing and J A. Dickens, of Washington City formerly of the end satisfy themselves.. A XClSVM

Let my work recommend me. It \vill be found !superior to any other for selecting of whole stocks of goods, or in assorting Treasury DcnaurrientXvill; prosecute"all claims for \. II.f0* ** *

the cure ofshortm-s breath, hoarscnes, wheezings them. Having had longeiperience in the purchasing taken off Tallahassee Jan. l.t 1837. 3tf'N
Negroes aDd other destroyod or by ,
Subscriber } erected properLY
having hi, shop at and promptly remedial in soreness of the breast andlungs. of for Alabama ;
THli goods Georgia and Florida he S
the Indians and for horses. &c. killed in service, or ta I.
s Store wear Baileys Mill, offershcrvicc his In whooping cough its corrective efforts will flatters himstlfthat any orders entrusted to him will ken for the, 'JOaN P. DUVAL TICE.-The subscribers have taken
to the puhlic: us a fit si rate Gun SmIth Army Reter
an discovered.
be satisfaction blcs by
pecdily be with on the part of those who may favor FRANCIS A. DICKENS. formerlly occupied
is prepared to do Furraers plantation: work. lie alMJ receivedsient at Liret1
mixture. him with their business. 27-tf dec. where horses will be
will work Carriages o'her 11larahal's .01i Feb 7 1831. 11&
on or any Smith work attended to.
that is necessary bo done m the countp/aiid wishes For Ague and Fever. Refer to Messrs. Oakford & Whitcomb. and Bald- N. .-Letters postpaid, directed to John P. Duval, custom particularly notice ar24.e1'tention
Hawkins Horses hired the shortest
win & Nem York. Wm. on
Maner Tallahassee
Florida will be attended to.
I his diligence in. discharging work, and pleasing cus- Prepared by C. Mar"hal Phila. and for sale bv Flo,-\Vm. G: Porter, Apalachicola,, Flo.- Tallahassee, paid that will render the presentment C.. -

I( IllCI-,10 }.crure to him a liberal.share of patronage. &BARNARD, Craig & Baffin, St. JO'iephsFlo.- A McKensie AN OVERSEER satisfactory 10 the public.MICHAEL 11'C
-d- EBER BE.JL. next ') to the Post Office; Irwinton, Ala.-Preston & Nelms., Columous Geo. Apply to ROBERT J.HACKLtY, Esq. in TaJlahMsse. LEDWrr".
'. Balei's >'UH>, Jefferson county, June It. |.!.V Jan. 28, 1837 25 6ms I October 29, 1836 I'J-ly'r (.March I8tn,. 1537. 32-tC' Tallahassee Feb. 18 1837. :