The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 19, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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I rbJyatmsceg'whh7it&' jBec9j wift'
,, .w iihed tceiJyt TattaJuutee, FIorda.Dollars Till ] FLOKIIM ", ISM ;<&& Art Jtttentioo of v Congress. Among -

such, dist bnicsi of t'jwoceeds of
TSM I_FifC per annum, in .dunce. the sales'f the public faads fvoVidsd isvcb

jTrliemonts inserted at the usual rales. I : :r: -E i. distribution doss 'Me 'force, 1])&n Coofres .

Communication, and other articles for insertionlhe LAISSEZ NOUS FAJE.I- the necceesity of imposing .uP' coxnictct

mast be directed to EDWARD R Gi ,- .. ___ heavier burdens than those suutempUted by
pnper --------------- --- ---- -_ -- r L H ._-_-_____-> ,- .
I Edtt0Lrtters 1T the act of 1833,'would ,act ax no efficient rsroodiil -
OIl b :
flt.tfl business GIU"IC\ & H connected IBUILP. I'obh..hpJ'1l uith the chh mim; IummiC _ U _. mAgs1 U a-,=i. -:- -i aQ nW- -. 4fo .measure, by being brought directiy maid
4 1 -
-.-. -. MESSAGE In presenting foregoing views, I cannot I woven 1ue ils IoperoI f na only with the;to determine.-ceruin it is, that-- tbe first of the 8ute As one sincerely derated
NOTICE. OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 'I withhold the of the ff' to the task of preserving a just balance in
John expression opinion that interests of indiviu cf states, that it' years of the operation of that ,
; LL I.ni", &flY uen.nd.: against STATES.To there exists it cure our system of government, by the maintenance -
pcrons deeaed.wi nothing in the extension of our may be regarded as controlliig If was disastrous as, for the of
t\ pa-
"f JeOerllon county bt a greater parts
i VornbIc. late Senate and HouseofRepresenta2ivcs of the Scales in condition the most
attestcd withint empire, over our acknowledged be used she chief its a
them properly th possessions, per ; circulation subsequent career, it became eminently
I. the U. free and
t; lime pteese 'cd by Jil" Ilid those who are atf of States : to excite the alarm of the patriot for the safetyof and the power restei in the Govern successful. As to the second, the experiment respectable,and in the full possessionof
tha prCri. b
t the said! det'el\8l', will iiikepaymentt0 FELLOW CITIZENS :-You have been assembled our jnstiluliofls. The Federative all their power, I can do no otherwise than
In d c bt system, ment of issuing i pleasure, either in the was tried witb a redundant Treasury, whichcontinued
way" Monticello at
halls of feel desirous for the
Esquire their from
Budd in legislationunder
Wtilliam settle lIald Etate. your respective leaving to each state the care of its domestic form of Treasury drafts or any other ; or, if to increase until to be emancipation
f .ho I' my autboried ESItY.gent to WOMILL /tdsn'r. a proclamation bearing the signature of concerns, and devolving on the Federal Government Banks be used as the public depositories, the part of wisdom to i seelt.the surplus situation to which the pressure on their finances
the illustrious citizen who was so lately call: now subjects them. And while
those of
general import, admits in with liberty to regaraiI surpluses from dayto revenue the states-which, operating
HO3o: ?Tint'NOTICE.-' erved as Juror sniff theT ed by the direct suffrages of the people, t I safety of the greatest expansion ; but, at the day, as so mucbae'their active cap at the same among time with the specie circular, and must repudiate as a measure founded in error

t ,*. \'e"I of On. Leigh. Read Marshal o.. the discharge of the important functions of' same time, I deem it proper to'add, that there ital, prices fluctuations the causes before adverted to, caused them to and wanting constitutional sanction, the
of Florida, *ill receive wlut their chief Executive office. Upon: the expiration -\ slightest approaches to an assumption by this
will be found cxistat all
luiWcl to and
times an
M.dllc\. imperious industry to seven suffering. In the suspend specie payments, and involved the
tIm tthf' M:r'har office. the Government of the debts of the States I
of a single month from day of his i yet
'I Jtt"UiemJfGEORGE i I E. DENNIS, D. M. necessity for restraining!all the functionaries one case, political considerations directed to country in the greatest embarrassment. And
has the debt can see in the distribution adverted to muchto
he of ,
paid ;,
f I. .31 great of this Government within the range of! party purposes may contru, while excessive as to the third, if carried through all the stages -
: Fcb.:7, I _police.rnHE Natre.lea\'ing behind him a name associa- i their respective powers, thereby preserving'ajust I cupidity may prevail on the other. The public I of its transmutation, from paper and specie recommend it. The compacts betweenthe
would inform a'l tli.>*e indebted I ted with the recollection of numerous benefits balance between the to'' thus liable I proprietor states and this Government,
but the
: iobrtrihT powers granted \.. is constantly 1 imposition. to nothing precious metals, to say
the States all the benefits
: I to him. either by notes account, or assump.iT conferred upon the country ,during along! this Government and those reserved to the I{1 Expansions and contractions may follow each nothing of the insecurity of the public moneys guarantee to "
receive payment wr the same, ilSdefrthwitMnd life of devotion. With this i' I may arise from the sales. The mode by
r will patriotic public States and to the People. j j.other in rapid succession-the one engendering its injurious effects have been anticipated -
all",' five per cent premium which} this is to be effected addresses itself
bereavement are connected other considerations From the of the of the a reckless of fidvntnre and the in
Bank FIOMd11 or Southern I report Secretary spirit speculation by country its unqualified condem
of the! UlIlJn to the discretion of the
1 on bum Insurance and Trust Company. After the which will not escape the attention of, Treasury, you will perceive that the fiscal j which embraces stat3s as wel as individuals nation. What is now to be regarded the Congress, as trustees
f a for the States and its exercise after the
VU 1Oti of April next all hUI claims \\illoepiared, Congress. The preparations necessary ] means, present and accruing, are insufficient I -the other causing a fal prices,'i judgment of the American people on this ; ,
the hands ( I.un attorney, %hoi his removal to the JSrat of Government, in ''' most beneficial manner, is restrained by nothing
f.r rco'Vclion.in' !I to stippl) the wants of the Government for the'and accomplishing an o nine change in the whole subject, I have no accurate means of
I !.je ntliorised to receive. paid bills at the same view of a residence of four years, must have :1 i i current year. The balance in the Treasury':'aspect' of affairs. Stocks of all sorts rapidly determining but by appealing) to their more in the grants or in the Constitution, so
lllhe return day.ALCX. long as Congress shall consult that
"" ," FORMY DUVAL. devolved upon the late President heavy: expenditures on the 4th of March last, not covered by out- decline, individuals an ruined, and states are i immediate representatives. The late contest, the distribution
which the
f', Mlrch_ _:G. JB _I-tr 3; which, if permitted to burthen the I.', standing drafts and exclusive of trust funds, embarrassed-e\en in tbei; efforts to meet i which terminated in the election of General quires. In the condition compact of some re-of
"iE' nOOK AKU STATIOAAKYESTABLISHMENT. limited resources of his private fortune, may is estimated at $800,000. This includes the'''with punctuality the interest on their debts. Harrison to the Presidency, was decided on present
the States the of
I question distribution
k, tend to the serious embarrassment of his surviving -. sum of S'J 15,000 deposited in the mint and Such unhappily is the cotdition of thingsnow principles wel known and openly declared ; may
j be-
regarded as substantially a question
family : and is therefore respectfully : its branches to metal for and in the United: States. These' and while
r1HE subhcribcr hai: just received a FULL AS- j i I procure coining existing sub-Treasury in the tween direct and indirect taxation. If the
t'IJITMENTof: Books, Stationary, Ac, submitted to Congress whether the ordinary | in the process of coinage, and which could effects may readily be traced to the causes I result the most decided condemnation, yet no distribution be not made in fomvor
"oni4Ifg. of- I principles of justice would not dictate I he lot be withdrawn without inconveniencethus above referred, to. The pubic revenues being other scheme of finance seemed to have been i some
p i 1" DLANKBOOKS: I Ij propriety of its legislative interposition. By !i leaving subject to draft, in the various removed from the then Bink of the United concurred in. other, tbe necessity will daily become more
\ I j Medium, IV mi &i.d Cap,-Lc.Jgcrs, Journ..ls, Day' the of the fundamental law the i! : urgent with the debtor states for a resort to
Uecords Ilouk. provisions depositories, the sum of $61.0.000. By vir- States, under an order of t late President, To you, then, who have come more directly ;

Bank Boukf,D"Invoice'k*, Note Boi.kt Books, Bill B.)oks, Keccijit-payable and i!: powers and duties of the high station to which |!'|i tie of two several acts of Congress, the Se- were placed in selected State Banks, which, !!! from the body of our common constituents, their oppressive credit, and system necessarily of direct their taxation powerand, or

.lecci\'aJle. .\II'"oran.JulII B"Clk". &C., &c. he was elected have devolved upon me; and crctary of the Treasury was authorized to actuated by the double motive of conciliatingthe 1 submit the entire question, as best qualifiedto
: influence will be diminished. The
SCHOOL DIIK) : I in the disposition of the representatives of the issue, on and after the fourth day of March Government and their profits a exposition of their wishes and
Scliool Cutic-", bern s No*. 1 to 6. Smith's I! lie Jound to augmenting Ji\'e ful payment of taxes, after the inconvenient
( e" i States and of the people, a last
n wil notes to the of the [ shall be
an- Grammar, \\Voodundge' Cieopraphj ; the Treasury amount Jo,.113,- te greatest possible extent, enlarged extravagantly I opinions. ready to concur with and oppressive mode, will be exacted in
iritiiwcUc great extent, a solution problem to 000, making an aggregate available: fund on their discounts, thus enabling all i you in the of such system as
anJ t\ta: N \\VjJbrd Gcc;r phy ana AllisCine1 for the first I adoption you I place of contributions for the most part voluntarily :
Ofoprup hy and AtlatWalkciV! DirlionaT ) which our institutions are, till, hand of $0,058,000. existing banks to do the sane ; large divi-j t may propose, reserving to myself the ulti- made, and therefore comparatively

,PiayfairV: IJIhd.U.I"lltI.I) Valj'j' V Greekramat subjected.) But tins, fund was charaeitble! with outStanding were declared, which, stimulating the !' mate power of rejecting any measure which I
i .1.11G I. f k (irm.miar. Jacob's (iictk 1 In entering upon the duties of this office. !I ,J. redeemable in view of it conflict with unoppressira.
of caused
'I reasunnotfS in the cupidity capitalists, a rush to be j may, my the Con- The States the constituents
are emphatically -
dalO'to Latin Grammar.Na Spelimt'd. iu'
Reider. I did not feel that it would be becoming year, and interest thereon to the estiu.ated -: made the of the stilulion or otherwise jeopardize the
.>,. J JI"III: IlIryOl'dHII: j ; 1k: ). k. Copy Boo*>. had bfen ordered I I icnrrent I to Legislatures respective I powerof of this Government; and we should be
l.lte.l.euc.lt. C\plll'lll1 lk..kb, 'c 'c. me to disturb what : by my ; amount of .f.xiiNO() 00. Then-i: aUo stllQ.for similar acts of incorporation which ( the country-a power which I couI not entirely regardless of the objects held in

S'l 1 ATIONAUY : lamented rredec(' !or. \\latcr., therefore. thrown upon the Treasury the payment of a by many of time slates, under a temporary infatuation i part with, even if I would, but will view by them in the creation of this Government .

Hadu's, Fullers: Amt-s1, and HubLardVm best' may have be en my opinion originally as to large amount of demands) accrued in whole, were readily granted-and thus the ;, not believe any act of yours \\i call into re- if could be indifferent their
we to good.
and" l Letter I'UJMT ; 1nielope: JJrain the piopriety cf Congress at so in in which will exhaust of the
augmentation medium
'OlrCI quisition.
n. o part f'.rmr yojrs : ; circulating consisting -j The effects of such
Fwlio: IVt e'omuiemalIWl happy a measure upon
ndPo$WUp'Ig'and l'1:\.t rajx-r 1'aprr.; and every ollior di'- early a day from that of its late adjournment, the available niaiis (lithe Tn"asun'and leave almost exclusively of paper, produceda I: I beg leave particularly to call your atten- all the States would be immediately manifest-
'. I found a new and controlling inducement not the accruing rducrdIS it is in most fatal delusion. An illustration derived : to the accompanying from the Se-
.cri Krr-.tV BlaiJ Ink-. Strvcn't. to in'.erlcre: with the desires of the burthened with debt from the of War Besides the
\\j'tl! t"\ 'i- & ; patriotic amoiinl and chargedwith land sales of the period alluded to, cretary present state of( the relief to a great extent of the citizens
,. Iwk, i ""I* a",' 1 1.rll: \U'alkdeu and hte in the novelty ol" the situation the of the ( will the which has
1 U:ue II { : PrEldl'ut. \ current expenses ;OVlnfll serve beslto show the effect of the whole war so long afflicted the Territory from burden of direct taxation which
Ki-ns's Ked Ink ; G"Tr"lLl, C.-pyni JII'i; :n"a 'f fb which I I'a o kut'xppctedly) ; placed. \y! I a heavy
; U ) The agarL-gate amount of appropriation system. The average sales of the public of Florida, and the various other matters -
Wdt'er *, Btjii: ol.andinl with severity the laboring clas-
Jl.k uud > up | iu.xcfc. : I presses upon
t ui. '. File: Tre-na..liiat. i 1:.ld 1..UI..C, \afEfS of 10'11 all ro- first wish, under such urcumstanri'5.: would ; *. on the Hh day I I last, lands} for a period of ten years prior to 1831, of interest therein referred to, yon will I ses, and eminently assist in restoring the

Jarjitnliiz1Si'.i: ff Wax ; .'UII' AIJrt.'ie.. '. necessarily hate been to ha\e elllt'c to my was S33.-rjH.niri! .r 0. of which :!H t, l.WO: had not much exceeded $' ,OOOOOO, per an- lear from it that the Secretary has i institutedan general pro .pt'rity. An immediate advance

torn, and Common Sieei Pens; "t. fr Stamps, ; aid. in the administration of public affairs, will be required during) the current year, ali num. In 1831, they attained in round num- inquiry into abuses which promises to develop -I would lake in the of State securities -
;. Penknives, DeL knives; India. Rubber, &c., &.c. ,I J the combined widoJ of the two Ilou .es of there will also bo required for the use of the bers to the amount of $0,000,000 ; in the succeeding -.I; gross enormities m connection with Indian -t and the attitude of the states would be-
ALSO Congress, in order to take their compel and War additional of 1 b3 reached treaties which have been
Department, to 16,000-
!! Bl II'Jper. B.lJ-; J.ldin,1(1 ofl.ai d, EJE- j appropriations year :they negotited. as I come once more, as it should ever be, lofty
chIne AnK Urafu. Vt>tc Paper, Bluitin r I'-'p' r. I'. y.j j advice as to the best mode: of extricating llieGoernimm the amount of $:,;jl I 1,13'J i'S' the special objects 000, and} the next year of 1836, they amounted !I wel as in the expenditures removal 1:and erect. With states laboring under noI

inj Card. I I:Itchic'" patent Copying Press with ;. : and the country fiom the embarrassments of which: wil be seen b\ ference to ) to thc enormous sum of $25,000,000thus subsistence of the Indians. He represents -i I extreme pressure from debt, the fund which

A: apparatus ct1aete.' ] weighing heavily. on both. I am the Report of Secretary cf War. Th '. crowding into the short space of three I also other irregularities of a serious they would derive from this source would enable -

The Book--Bindery I, then most happy in finding myself so soon, anticipated mo .ns of thf'TrrHSury are greatly years upwards of seventy-three years' pur- i: nature, that have grown up in the practice them to improve their condition in an
after inv accession to the Presidency surrounded to this The chase of the 'domain. So 'of the Indian which will
i inadequate receipts public apparent Department, require
2.I a!"1 conhiiucd where a'l 1 kuidb of WOI k cpn 13 temant1 eminent degree. So far as this governmentis I
doe: a> tJil.tJIIIU.I' ly a. /heri-loforr. Blank \Ve
., all d''Cfp'ltn.| lo Oorr.and ruled to any I the Stats and People.No present year amounted 12100000. The : course of things, that the Executive Depart- jl j correct, and which claim the immediate attention approaching in amount the revenue derived -

l'Illrl' .uitaue! f'*r Banks, Iu.lr! Ofbrfs-. MerJ4anU important changes! haUiig taken placein receipts for lands for the same time, to $2- 'meat assumed the highly questionable power,j of Congress. ., I from the land sales, might be abandoned -
< and oil < re. Detc', ceo rl ami Docketr.ujkf our loreign rtlutiona since the last session 71: ,11)0) 00, showing an revenue of discriminating in the funds to be used in 1 In reflecting on the proper means of defending and thus of and there-
\ atij a tilii'-r I JJ auk IJix.K', (' Lie out.tiutd a system unequal
,1 of Congress, is not dcviiifd: ) n<-c. .:3r\, mi hour sources of &l'J3Gb70 1 by different classes of public debt-..1 j the cannot shut our
l eyes
at dlol."tlc.} ) ru."J -ne ">und' i in nny t-1y!k* rt'.1 i IIt1 per month payment COUnnwe fore unjust legislation would be substituted
<]utcd; ; and.warranted) rq-ial 10 JJortlirrn or any this ol(;!inl. to go into < detailed !tatr-ment A !gradual expansion; : of tra 't, growing out :jors-a discrimination which was doubLes l); to the consequences which the introduction by one dispensing equally to all the membersof
;- oilur, niaimtac! ur. Particular I attcntmn paid to i in regard: ) to them. I am happy to say that I oi a i JI.toratwl, of confidence(! together: with j designed to correct this most state i, and use of the power of steam upon the ocean this confederacy. Whether such distri-

-. Jbindm, Mufc,old IluoKs New,, ,>-ia; ]'frs.Ma: % I Jhlrl BI"k. -c. in plain or Orh3IIICnlalluldll to the of for the public lands, but which could states. We cannot yet see the extent
g. tif t tj .atth i'al'rus.ullcrlbr preserve peace. punctuality on p-iii' collecting officers in the proceeds of the sales, or in thc cf
: The ratification! of the treaty with Portugal addition to the at once arrest the tide, which had so, : to which this maybe applied in belligerent -
The: 'r. tliaiikfu! for Jlie patrrnajr hr may cai.se: an monthly receipts lot power profits by virtue of the operations of ..': i-'- .
I !uhne.rftft r" Civd, iioprliy; a ..tri1 allrnlinntn I has hern Ilui\exchanged d h,:t\\'CI the t twoGovernments. from the custuiiis-they are estimated for the strongly set in. Hence the demand for spe-. j operations, connecting itself as it does. cal l agency having those proceeds! LS '* basis

his bueiuc.K.lo meet a conlu.uarice of the .nul.j This Government, has not residue of.hit' V.H. I Ijom! time 1th of March, at t jc e became, unceasing. and corresponding,'with I recent improvements in the science of should such measure be contec '.*

1. A. HAYWAKU.Talah I' been inatten'ive tu the iriterei' of thosr of S. I ,OOO.O(( "The receipts! from the publiclands prostration rapil- under the necessi-. gunner and projectiles ; but we need have I Congress, would well deserve '-/.

!! "=e0r-Lands.1 1 10 for- _Jv.ilr.PL'HSDANT _. _10_ our citizens _vlio have claims upon the Government ; fur tho same timf, are estimated at ticS created wih the banks, to curtail their. no fear of being left,in regard to these things,','tion.or would such dispo-,cc ca > :

: to pteviuus i.oimthe Apala- ol Spain, founded on express treaty f2.1)00.000.! () and) from miscellaneous sources, discounts, thereby to reduce their circu behind: the most active and skilful of othei: proceeds of the sales in any rcaiu. pi,' :.t

: : : C nipany now
_; ci::'TV the follow= P.ne Landh in Leon Omntv.In representations; hich have (n to( 'hat J lunds within the \ tar of 5-15,31.T I : I ',OUU, which i to censure pre- :ustmg administra-. fellow citizens receive proper encouragement, all necessary pre-emption laws for the bene-
1 l Tow n -.i :;uutJ-JtlgP 1 Eat, ((OlIOli 7, 1C, Government on this subject! may: lead ere leave a pruaUlt! -deficit of *1 J 106.132; 'JS. i i tots of the Government; but simply in exemplification -.land: direction from Government. efit of actual settlers from
1 l. 19, 2U, ij SC! 34.. : 3d-and frivlioi.sin Ulttlid I wil True wisdom would or making any
: resu1t. nevertheless
lOT to 1 t tlu i inn : of the truth of the position which I; seem to
"n'h'H. i.G.o, y, 10. 1 Li. 17; and: 24luToun IJ'IHfCiII o II. > !OII' temporary provision : new arrangement as to the price of the pub-
}' .3 :"utrtl II 1 Ki"t.cctions: 1. 2. A. A.correspondence has taken placf bctv.frn < cussfcry; until! ] the :-i.io.int; can be absorbed 'have a< umed. If then, any fiscal agenl f' dictate the necessity of placing in perfect lilt lands which might in future be esteemed

.5.,8, I 11,12,13,14,15 J J 1 1 2 ,23, :4.. and frsctionsofStud : the Secretary of State and the Minister ol by the excess of revenues!. whirl art anticipated -. which may be created, shall be placed with)'condition those which are designed -'I'desirable.

1(1.( I I' Her Hntaniuc'; Majesty; accredited to this Gov-; ; to accrue at t po distant day. out due restrictions, either in the hands of the. for the protection of our principal cities The state of the pension fund
In TVvn 2 Ijnutli, rat.wpi. Cast--secLirjn.3O arid the Alexander VI and road-steads. For the defence of I navy requires : i
of the
administrators Government;
c'rnmcnt. on suljcct Th< ( will fall due. within the next three or of pri our the immediate attention of ,
:31, uf Congress.By
nd 1 iiS'J.
"; In Ti'ttfi lo'II'i,S., :rau: 2.Eat--ections C, ', I.rod's intluttatnt! and imprisonment!, copies! months, Treasury notes of the, issues of I b.l, vale individuals, the temptation to abuse will!I1 I I extensive maritime coast, our chief reliance" the operation of the act of 3d March
: .UI1 of which are !herewith: luIHIJil.tl, to ( ongrf interest to be resisllrss. Objects of I should be placed on our Navy, aided by those:':'I|
and tr ar1i"n-,1! 5. JJ:, 1 1J and 21'' including t. :lout &:.";OJ.O. Thereis prove political 1837, entitled, An act for the more equitable -
InTuwu I S outh, ral'lt. 1 U f navy
31 I,35iJ; ., :J4 .nd tr ortltlll.: of I 13, 20, 27, 2o, 33 and In addition to what appears from these papers for taking the 6th census. 2iM,000.) and i [promptings of a boundless cupidity will assail -. themselves to public adoption-but no time. i 1 that fund has been exhausted. It will be

6.Tiit wlit/f,.,f T(in 2*Siiiit1i, Vet, ex- it may; be proper t state that Alexander the stimatcd expenditures! for the current !; the lasi.. Aided by the experience of the. should be lost in placing our principal cites.' seen from the accompanying report of the i

ftp Htli', 2j. :; and 36. range 11Iut IIHS Ull'l heard: ), by Ihe Supremo service are about $*.1 00,000, making the J past, i will be the pleasure of Congress sato ; on the sea-board and the lakes, in a state Commissioner of Pensions that there will be 1

-\-\181.1() f150 i per:, acre H current Iiit;; (f the the State of }New \ ork, on his motion a gf' :ale tlmiand upon the 1'reaMiry, prior guard and fortify the public interests, in, entire security from foreign assault. Separated -'! required for the payment of navy pensions, on

": "Tcrrrtorp. to be discharged from ; onl'nt, and lo the I si of September next, about S11,310-I the creation of any new agent, a to place. i as we are from the countries of the Old the first of July next, $82,006,06, and on tbe
Tft'i ;LanJ" otiur advautaoes for of that Court has not \ct I human World, and in much unaffected their
: pasture rjnge that the decision as. 000. them, so far as wisdom can accomplish ; by polii ;( first of January, 1842, the sum of $60,000.
tlaUltll; mJ tuj>eriir Ttniber. been and) the and i it, on a fooling of perfect securitWithin .-.j i cy, we are happily relieved from the necesi-I
means in tln
t Cash iiymntu| ; "ill!! i be required for half"el tion pronounced. TIl ways Trrastn' !; | addition to these sums, about $6,000 will
The of State has addressed to estimated within the : a few three dificreril.schemes l. tof large standing armies in
and *iiallr fractions of sec i ions. AH Secretary to accrue above I .lm.t years past maintaininf i! be required to pay arrears of pensions, which
O't'r llicb may b m.de on the luallcrUs purr"IM'f of th. me a paper upon two subjects, interesting to period, consist of about $G!1,000. of funds have been before the country. The. time peace. policy which was adopt-I will probably be alowed! between the first of

CnJth| u", J.4tlllclh.aod I 1,2lOl3yeat the: commerce of the country, which will receive :- '!available on the 2tb ultimo an unissued [I charter of the Bank of the United States ex-.| fd by Mr. Monroe, shortly after the conclusion -.I( July and the first of January, 1842, making ,

., r Lauds|"I}iicnt of the other 3-4ths.- fxclu my consideration, and; which 1 have 'balance of Treasury Notes authorized by the 'plied by its own limitations in 1836 ; an ef-. of the latter war with Great Britain, of I in the whole, $150,006,06. To meet these

: .fin cu.tivatum MI Gud"dt'ulnu, uil:!\11"0 lie l.cun.luibll.sold a usual, on appictlionio >ivr-y! the honor to communicate t Congress. :lactof 1841 I, amounting to $1,955,000, and : fort was made to renew it, which receive I preserving a regularly organized staff, sufficient -:! payments there is within the control of the

John ar"hul, Jo.: at Apwlaehir'o.t..r! So far as it depends on the course (of this estimated; ) receipts, from all sources, of S3- ;l the ianctiim of the two Ilouse&.of Congress for the command of a large military Department the sum of $28,040, leaving

.. Jue fciubscriber; and M-tllcr "ill bo pn-furred lo the Government our of good will and; bOOOGO( niukinu J n aj re 'ate of lout Sf fiJiO ,- |I but the then President of the United Stale*;I force, should the necessity of one arise, is, deficit of $121, 96606. The public faith requires -

.aftlj4ie' ol Uicir bctl! Tnciils; provided they make friendship will be sedulously cultivated withal ,: , hit
v arrangiurnU \utlnn a tuitaLiu tune.rWmer ., nations. The true American policy will the first of September next of $1,815,000.t was deft-ated. j I dom. Provision is thus made, upon filling upI I made for the of these
: sums.
from th- bo .
purchawrt. Company \\ are the exercise of the A regard to truth requires to thai I t' the rank and file, which can readily be done
;1 urlanth their payment, ore rrsp ctfully rc- found t consist in a spirit In order to supply) wants of the Gov'crnment me say I In order lo introduce into the na.vy.a. desirable -
ted of be manifested the discharge I in view the I'residentwasfullysustaiued in ihe t i on any emergency, for the introduction of a,
1Ut to sfttle: witii tire Sub cribt-r. or uitli'Mr.V.'arn justice lo in an intelligent constituency, coursfI efficiency, a *ew system of accountability
r ciiau dunn. the tca ou. ''of all our international obligations to theweakchl ;i of their best interests, will, without hesitation I he had taken by the popular voice. His successor ( System of discipline, both promptly and effii ., may be found to indispensably nec

J. B. BROWN, of the family of nations, as wPI as submit to all necessary burthens. Butit I to the Chair of State unqualifiedly pronounced i cienlly. All that is required in time of peace: essary. To mature a plan having for its,object
At'llt Ap.ilaclncofa; Lnnd Company.Mr. to the most powerful. Occasional ( important so to impose his opposition to any new charter 01!fjis I to maintain a sufficient number of men"In I
.t Mr. E. Bnnrd't, 'onfir'b is, nc\.crhek..s. the accomplishment of an end so eminently -
;. I ian4 Tal.hubcI' opinion may arise, but when the !" them as to avoid dVfealing the just expectations -;i a similar institution ; and not only the populaii rj r I guard our fortifications, to meet any sudden desirable, and to meet the just expectations -

-1 0 T-o ---- incident to them are conducted in the languageof of the country, growing out of preexisting i i election which brought him into power, bU t contingency, and to encounter the first shock of the country require more time than

STOLEN from far-Ieward.: l 19th ut.! a truth, and with a strict regard to justice, l ws. The "act of the 2d of March, the elections through much of his term seem.1 of war. Our chief reliance must be placed has yet been allowed the Secretary at the

Mare Mule.iD !low order and ma.J the scourge of war will, for the most part, be ,,1833: commonly called the compromise act, !: ed clearly to indicate a concurrence with bin:I lIon the militia ; they constitute the great body head of this Department. The hope is indulged -

ni mirks ion ot way"on gear about her. Any int'-r- avoided. The lime ought lo be regarded as 'j should not be altered, except under urgent in sentiment on the part of the people. Afiei r of national guards, and, inspired by an ardent that at the time of your next regular

I'd the rCtr'ctw&; her,will will be be giver thankfully" on he.-rt-reived.deli very :, having gone by when a resort to arms is to be I necessities, which are not eie\'cd at this ;the [public moneys were withdrawn from th< I love of countr will be ready at all times, session,measures importance in.connexion

at\il oOce.F.b 1 esteemed as the only proper arbiter of nation- I time to exist. One year only, to complete i U. S. Bank, they were placed in deposit and at seasons to repair .with alacrity with this branch of the public service may'be
1841.f with the State Banks and the result of lha its defence. It be regarded by Congress
nl differences.I I| the series of reductions provided by that; :t wi ,, submitted to your consideration. S
'oi'UE-PUBLI ;I The census recently taken sLows a regularly -!. law at which time provisions made by the "I policy has been before the country. To sa). I have no doubt, a suitable time, a one of Although the laws regulating the Post Office
'IlL I
| a :orbcr respectfully informs the cilirlll progressive increase in our population. same law, and which will then be brought nothing as to the question whether} that expe. its highest duties, to attend to their complete Department otrly require from the'officer
z.nuoftre f TahIiaee iUttOtIfldi.'' and, countie.more generally the citir Upon the breaking out of the war of the revolution !''actively in aid of the manufacturing intf-.rrsts; I! rimcrit was made under propitious or adverse, organization and discipline.I charged with its direction to report at the

o M lorlda.' lfoof the rtdjcenl countien 1trril.ny I our numbers scarcely equalled,! 3- of the Union will not fail to produce the,, circumstances, i may safely be asserted thai t cannot avoid recurring in connexion usual annual session of Congress, .the Post- .

gIa. that lie fiat ..tlllltd l.miw-lfjn the 000,000 of bouls they already exceed 17- i most beneficial results. Under a system cf j i did receive unqualified condemnation 01 r with this subject, to the necessity which exists master General has presented to me some

DRUG AND CHEMICAL UUMXESN. I 000,000, and will continue to\ progress in a : discriminating duties, imposed for purposes i I I most of its early advocates, and it is believed I for adopting some suitable measure facts connected with the financial conditionof f

lot muLe door City of 'lalUJuwee. at !. Row, ratio which duplicates in a period of about 23 ''of revenue, in union with the provisions of''f WLS condemned by the popular sentiment.-" whereby the unlimited creation of banks by the department which are'4eemed worthy

The* 1u from'''l.V Itt of hiM Post OJlct.of) Mrdicinrii 3lerry. 1 years. The old states contain a territory.1 1 existing laws, it is to be hoped that our poli-I The existing Sub-Treasur system does nol I the Such States may be corrected in the future'. the attention of Congress.. By the accompa- I .
can Ir"1 V'd fo fldenty.loc| recommend to 4c.the rise i I suflicient in itself to maintain a population of,'Icy will in future be fixed and permanent-so seem 10 stand higher with the people, a can be most readily achieved nying report of that officer,'it appears that the

of P Q hq from tlS knowledge and l. ii? .xWlwl additional millions, and the most populous of I as to avoid those fluctuations which defeati I' but has recently been condemned in a mannei]r by the consent of the States, t be expressed existing liabilities of that Department beyondthe

J'8ntnc.n 11.., b U"UIC with lug aXtCirkive at. I i; the new slatca. may evenel be. regarded as i the very object they have in view. We shall too plainly! indicated lo admit of a doubt.-. in the form of a compact among themselves means of payment at its command,cannot .
'ual"anc with 11 I: "PcUhle I Northern and but settled while of the lands Thus in the short period of eight the i which they can only enter into with I
Luroocar, I luut >I.U I partially new I titus best maintain a position, which, while it years be less than five hundred thousand dollars.As .
1 lfclfnl can be relied on. on this side of the l Rocky mountains, to say'j j will enable us more readily to meet the ad- popular voice may be regarded as having the consent and approbation of this Govern- the laws organizing that branch of ihe
Jru&js. Genuine._ of the immense which stretches successively condemned each of the three ment ; a consent which might in the
rtia 0" &.." 'urgital In- nothing region \1lCr of other countries calculated to promote present public service confine the expenditure to its
d'lnI '", PaitsOu (ilgsi' from the base of those mountains to the our trade and commerce, will, at the schemes of finance to which I have advert. emergency of the public demands, justifiably own revenues, deficiencies therein cannot be /
aD ahfrfllent fr ffeTk.Ch l L the Columbia river about ed. As the first, it was introduced at be given in advance ,of action by the
6 EngliaIi mouth of 270,000000 ,- 'same lime, leave in our own hands the means to I L any presented under the usual estimate for the

Iii wile naneroua PERFUMcy ARTICU of acres, ceded and unceded, still remainto of retaliating, with greater effect, unjust regu- time ((1816)) when the State Banks, then com. Slates, &an inducement to such action, upon expensE'S' of the government. .It. must therefore

.hieh Le will d.po.e FANCY of, to town :' ; a of be brought into market. We bold out to lations.In paratively few in number, had been forced ic p terms well-defined by the act of tender. be left Congress to determine, _hetbJ J .

frK.d.and.dealer., on the mOlt liberal and country the people of other countries an invitation to intimate connection witb the question of suspend specie payments by reason of the Such a measure, addressing itself t the calm er the ,moneys now due to contractor;*.shall
Whskaalend| retail H I tr m.' at members of which had previously prevailed with reflection of the States, would find in the experience -
come and settle among us as our revenue, is that which makes provision for a war I be paid from the:-public.Treasury, u1atber
bj He hu also eueuore: to watt the public tmtf' rapidly growing family, and for the blessings suitable fiscal agent, capable of adding increased Great Britain. Whether, if the United States I of tbe past and condition of the present that department shall coalinue der. pru-

establishing which we offer them, we require of them to facilities in the collection and disbursement Bank charter, which expired in 1811, bad I much to sustain it And it is greatlyto ent embarasaments.. It."will'/sftearfcy the

OD a new Soda*nj Water improved Fountain', look upon our'country 8 their countr andto of the public revenues, renderingmore beenrenewed in due season, it would have., be: doubted, whether any scheme of, :.fi report of thcrfosunaster Gen ralt4hsi tbs.x- ,
highly prmeipl which| I
sakes and "D er the Medical quality ol the wa unite with us in the great task preserving BCCUJB their custody, and consulting a been enabled to continue specie payment I nance can prove for any length of time successful centlsitingi, of)th -cootnciin &e""mor
*rmn p eekaciovi and sgrecable.'UC&1FTIOlts.FiinJly our,institutions, and thereby perpetueing true economy in the great multiplied and 'del during the war, and the disatrus period t while the, States shall continue in the states hav' bee. ed-t a r4ticd

Uon Alecicine., and p.nla.| our ]liberties. No motive, exists foreign icate operations of the Treasury Department. the commerce of the country, which 'imme the unrestrained exercise of die power of rates --of compensation, as; to eacourge

auppIiei.earefuUy will I'cstowed' pot up IhI; and the most atriciUunuon conquests-we desire but_to reclaim our almost !- Upon such an agent depends, in an eminent. diately succeeded, Is'to say the leat. problematical cresting bank corporations. This power can belief that, if the department; ".,f" nd .

or all b", 1 aCCUracy and I ezeot.e illimitable wilderness; and to introduceintd'tbeir'jdepth degree, the ,establishment l of a currency of ; and, 'whether the United States only.b Jimild by.th ircnasent. from existing uJtM,,' 9P'na

1 'I' b. opsa through uid.il",and at. the lights of civilization. uniform value, which IS of so great Impr. Bank of ,1816 produced a'restoration of specie Wit&e adatJ.of a financial agencyjof might be conducted 'without any appeal to .

.- .. ai, &eargageaitd mer t. shu.of 1. ,While we gbsll at*ir -.b prepared t tance to'nil the essential ''in-terelt'of pivm'ents", d the:same accomplished a a .: ,-: ,ho'.aybe the general Treasury. ,l.jtf. %.
j c
1 thallb
Mpiiijgs., vindicate wisdom to-be 'manifested in its ,, tbeitibm entality-or'odbef .means,, indajge'd ceontqpra&y .
; IDathoD.our mot teamen and.on the through ;TJlB.pger1'Jn"| p office i is one of

D.c. : Sftf ROBEHT'No.3. .BA.",,t o:, w. 1 4eajr,; i. ,t main&."| uqbroken: p. creation'much depend*. intimately inter- was a,matter-of,stnAe.dlfljctilty i M: "f/rt'a.d t"t" e turD &o-'of mspel : Meutan. m n: Ir h nqs; e1iczZcd.eapoibJe.T .

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1 appointingpowej1 : it .rersMre .< acpos d Farther Faiticxtlanorm -=- .I' .... eminent, or any officer, can enforce_ a subordinate banking .corporations. ,.We set neither tJMneety CO would !hareeacoursg trade .

''t to be led into : I KxrwzuLiAX 1UtOW_.' THE FL.QKIPIAN.TALLAHASSEE. citizen, tior wisdom of the ,
error. Withatt.ij a.t iaitule 1 to cotvtnit murder upon a the thing. elt C Ib. s 1

. io select, roost trwtnorty fOT el&'.1 sta., HAT**, May 1S:;, The American ship FLORIDA : within another jurisdiction, oa, the groundthat There is, to be sure, and will be some little te "a and ee- :
, : lion I Crescent, Cap. BaB armed Bert jfekerday de __ C discourage "
cannot be sojipoved to.posses ft peraoI I ; his destruction "is necessary for the inconvenience in distributes the revenue o a"I I
r .Da1 knowledge jofyae: quali cati0G8Ar every j evening with the remainder the passengers I EDWARD GIBSON, EDITOR. fence of their territoryor the protection of her ; uv I O wkh vigor, oho ,
( where there be b
applicant. 1 deem it. therefore proper the' of the William Brown who were saved in SaturdajrrJone.19' 1841 subjects." If this be law, it has! been lately now and then, at places may : i that there was a strong party is ;t

most public ainnef,,.to invile#os. ;.the part of the long boat. The arrival of this vessel has introduced 'into tbe Code. If it is, these officers some irregular unexpected demand. This and lathe councils of thYgovernmeZ .c.

the Senate,.a Just'ccmtiny.inJ.o. the character confirmed all the horrid details of the dread Our Beladons with Great Britain. might have killed.any one elsewhere in woald follow of course ; but the amount ofmoney t the cause of the and 'f

and pretensions of.very person whom.l may ful scene which.took place during: the night The last mall brought+l us the documentsaccompanying New York, whose death was necessary for ''m this situation will be small; s lid* well could to and enemy sustain doti a. ,

feting to tterr notice in the tegular form of a of the 20th and 21st of April. Of the sixteen the President's message on such/ purpose. The 'Eng Government. what is such a trifling inconvenience'as: that, this was a honest and them, 7 d

__nation to office. Uoless persons even passengers who .were thrown into the the subject of cur relations with Great Britain.Tbey.consist'oU. might, by the same rule, have"got clear of.1 compared' 1th the violation of the consUla. the Whig Yr patri? t

way trustworthy aro employed in the publicwr sea, fourteen were men and two women ; of and Mr. Webster's death,-tor t press, now tat W I
letter-from Mr. Fox: to the Buonaparte;
tion charter of e'non
and thalUo in the an become
: corruption and irregularity will inevitUy the seventeen saved, fifteen are women and the same purpose,in case anticipated difficulty I : Sertr o State, and -
Secretary of Sate:: and the'reply I of Mr. Oe
two are men. One of these seized moos controlling the leaders the o
follow I shall, with the (greatest; men was might!be defended on the same ground Whig party. 1

r cheerfulness, acquiesce in the decision of for the..put pose of being thrown overboard I I Webster, together 1 with a letter from the Admitting the defence of McLtod to be'as i politics of the country, and corrupting its'. The truth is, this Whig is '

thai body, and regarding it as wisely constitoted by the crew of the boat. He cned out to'l i latter' to the Attune, General of the United clear as contended for, why, it may bask ,
'- to aid the Executive department in the the mate to save him,and not to tear im from 1 States. Mr; ''Fx' "demands on the part of was not his case left to the unbiassed action''. b early cease, when the State banks shall be P'7'** undr -on* of i I

'.performance of. delicate duty 1 shall look his wife. The mate told the men riot to sep. I the< English Government, the' immediate re. of the judiciary 1 Wit j is the weight of the reformed* and f told! in the lrde Democratic portals and re"d i
we are
; message Republican :
'Io-itl" content and advice" as given only.infurtherance arate man and wife if if were possible to help lease of McLeod on' the ground, that the I Government thrown in his tarot, and a decision safer. i
ot the best interests of the it. He fell into the bottom of the boat and that until that be done, no system of financecan red to, and thin i proved
tour: transaction made for their thus
2 on accotr3t of which McLeod i adoption, increasing: b th arl.
i try. I shall also, at the earliest proper occasion was ..ved. the embarrassment of the Stale tribunals, work well for any length of time. red to. Where i there t

,invite! the attention of Congress to such A boy of twelve years w u thrown over has been arrested, and is to be put upon his I and interposing obstacles in the way of a fair| The message recommends the distribution Democratic party of that day id, ial of t '
.measures as in will be best boad He caught hold of the boat and favored trial, was a transaction of a public character,, t
' my judgment ( decision To us, there is an' indelicacy the proceeds of the public: lands. Thi look with D I
calculated to regulate and control the Exec by the darkness of the night, crouched 1't i planned) and executed by her majesty's colo. This interference not easily explained. TheState loathing and ab"a ? the

..utive.power in reference to this vitally impor.tantjnibject. under the bows and was saved. All the woo I, nial authorities, tc take any steps, and to do of New York complains of the murderof lj 1 involves, in our opinion, 1 most dangerous I course pursued by Jlr. Weber at t li ,

men saved are young, except the mother o CI:i any acts which night be for the a citizen-the offender comes to the scene]J principle, to avoid which. was one object of fl unless I b some one who, by bp Of once' I,

J shall also, at the proper season, invite a scotch family from Dumfrieshire, who, with!.defence of her majesty's territories.necessary and forI' of action, and makes his boast-her tribunals j the formation of the constitution as it now is j has been induced to abandon hi ( '
attention to the for.the her five daughters and a servant girl, was Where there pr If 7 7I
your statutory enactments the arrest the offender, to try him-Instead of the severing the States from too close a con nee. 1 we would ask,
suppression of the? slave trade, whichcsay saved ; her name is Edgar. Her husband |' protection of her majesty's subjects, and usual course of allowing the laws to take tion with the Central Government. The I of the Hartford Convention I mdtrida
'I and settled in Germantown Phi. that the persons engaged in it >bose
required more efficient in their proviscons. son are near cannot be : sam
c place, the General Government interferes to t framers of the constitution the who rejoiced at the victories
There A with her infantat made; amenable saw clearly entt
is ladelphia. the laws
reason to believe that thecrafic young woman to and tribunals of ,
the law of its and i its
is on the increase. Whether such increase the breast succeeded in getting into th J.i. any foreign courtry." usual deprive action. Is this right victim 1, to arrest evils that would result from too close a con. refused to rejoice at lM of our < .-'a

is to be ascribed to the abolition of boat wi'.h her husband, they are among theI 1! The reply of Mr. Webster is long and I But again, it is said that the avowal of the nectiou, and a dependence by the Slates on l trymen that i* not a Whig f We answer-ei

slave labor in the British possessions in our survivors. His name is Patrick, from Cook's elaborate admit the British government acquits McLeod. But the Central Government. Tbey therefore nowhere. All such are Whigs! WhI; Ti

vicinity, and an attendant diminution in the town, county of Tyrone, the property of j ; ground assumed by Mr. how 1 It make another criminal=it gave to the Central Government no moro I Whigs !.! I '!.!
and may
supply of those articles which enter into the ; Colonel! Stewart. "jFox i' distintly asserts that, after the exone-rate

1 jaaoral consumption of the world, thereby The talcs which the survivors relate are 5'' avowal of the transaction as a public trans. cannot the offcnderwhetherfcLeod !power' 'than was absolutely! necessary to carry i| Fort Ic7ortdiaa.

augmenting the demand from other quarters | piteous, horrifying. The crew and passer J:! action, authorised and undertaken by (the British was innocent, depends upon facts 8 [rot the commerce between the States and the: j I To all whom I may concerti
I existing at the time of the act, and to be e a-| |intercourse
iad. thus calling for :additional labor,. it wereneedless gers hive been examined by the British and II authorities, individuals i between them and foreign coun. i 3/r. that an i
i I ought not, by the tabh+hed according to the rules of evidence. ? Edi.-I apr adiridnil,, !
w inquire. The.highest considers: American consuls this morning, and the im i tries-things that under name
of were absolutely ,
r principles public law, and the general l j I Opposed as we are in principle we are'stili necessary Qr through Ik
lions of honor well the. pression is that the consuls will i made &
public ,as as strongestpromptings give publicity ;sin the of ba a
nature be
if the !
j: usages of civilised States to be held t fl"jsible opposed to the policy of this proceed.I j things-but Central I agment a m PP
of humanity, require a resort to i iithe to the examination, in order that the pub J respon. I sea, to show the of
i ing. Great Britain has Govemment is now to place itself in the shafacne the
> &c. He defends decidedly gained ,, a r
the p
efforts mind be i course pursued J"chants
: most vigorous: to suppress the may satwfj.l on this point. : | of the tOeawl
: the United States upon us in the attitude in which tho cootr anion of a tax collector, and tax distributor Tallhu
trade. by in I
Truly the cirsumstances must be made out I relations with i i tag compass all the

In conclusion, I beg to invite your particu in the clearest way to paliate such an act. .j j! England, and irges an explanation of the de.' !: versy is placed. allow The plan the trial, in our to numb:!y !f! for the States, the relation between the parties!I ; ti d currency tt in the circle of the our merchanti depreeia.!
conception, was to proceed '
lar attention to the. interests of this District. We have emigrant! ships sailing every week, I, atruction of the Caioline. j I} and McLeod to abide the result. If fbl.i tis altogether changed. The Stales become I j and charging them a the source of our dts.
Nor dp .doubt, that, in a liberal spirit of legislation and if it is held as law that might i n right," The letter to Mr. Crittenden tells him of the !I 1 lowed, the wrong would be with Great Br dependent. (' upon the bounty of the Central II I. tress, arising from their bad managemt ia
you will-seek to advance its local 1 it had better be declared so, and that the j : the of
well commercial ground assumed by the government as t to't'! tain, and we should have been on the defer ;, Government, and a virtual consolidation takes tmprtio& goods ad purchase
as- AS interests. ShouldCongress crew are justified under extremities in throw : o
McLeod that sive. What is our position now 1 l i place. It becomes a consolidated colon. p ject by your .
-asserts he is
deem it be not to be held
: to its duty to: repeal the lUg overboard, whom, and as many as they IT governj j respondent, abounds metaphysical:dis.

existing sub-Treasury law, the-necessity of think right, without casting lots or making 1 answerable as a I private trespasser or mat e>. The President's :lecsa e. I ment, and not a constitutional. one, composed= '. quisition, unparalelled: in the of Mid.

providing a suitable place of deposite for the. any choice than their will. It may be wellto fa.ctor-that if he had been indicted in the The message will be satisfactory to no, States. He ought always to keep in mind I die! Florida. He has made annal

public moneys which maybe required "within consider under what FLAG emigrants will I Federal Courts, the President would have: party. What' it contains relative to the subl'. whatever tends to consolidation, tends I discovery in the exercise of his inter enerj

-' the District must> be apparent to all. trust themselves ; I scarcely think it will be I I immediately directed a nolle prosequi to b e treasury and the distribution of the proceeds i :, ultimately I to a dissolution of the (Union. The t : mental powers, that the merchants hare been
1 have felt it to be due to the the of that nation which declares '
to flag thelaw the of
the country so entered. These instructions Mr. Crittendenis of the public lands, will be unsatisfactory to, Union can only be preserved by avoiding, ( primary cause the balance of trade
present foregoing topics to your consideration lo be. I doubt very much whether us-of cotton
any: furnished with, for the of the *the' democrats and the t bankites consolidation, unless the South shall choose being against being bigh-
and reflection... Others, with which it i inquiry with closed doors by official gentle use! Executh"eof : will quake to I i ( indebtedness to the tat I

may not seem proper to trouble you at an extraordinary men, however estimable their characters may New York, and the Attorney General of when they read the conclusion of he parra. become a willing slave! in the hands of her \thei circulation-that they are 5 greater shavers and I

session, will be laid before you at beat ill be considered in such a drea Iful case I'! the State. He i is instructed also to take graph on a national bank and a fiscal agent.r task masters. 'such| s sill like. Permit me, sir, to ward

a future day. I am happy in committing the.I to satisfy the public mind. with him authcnic evidence of the recognition ; The President frankly says that he "w A Fine-State.--- of- -Things. I| !several! imputations, fur they are ontre.ott
affairs of ------ --- --
hands.important.The the of country into your From the Hdl.fax Morning, Po-a of :7ih ult. by the British Government of the destruction: approve any system for the collection and According.to the statement of Writer in I |,| One thing connected with a dereit
tendency public sentiment I Ii :
Tin Steamer I will admit.
am pleased to believe, w towards the adopttion iYo ray of hope remaining President.!probably! inieli I 'of' the Caroline, as an act of public force, disbursement of the revenue, that does not, in the Star, of the 9th the community is i in- ; specie currency, provided her circulation Should te bnk pay beE

': in a spirit of union and harmony, of ligence that the President has struck on a'done by national authority. The Attorney his opinion, conflict with the constitution! or debted to the Union Bank three and a half E / I
such measures as will fortify the public interests. Berg of Ice, and fO'Jwlcred-traces of the General is instructed to suggest to the pr i.i jeopard the interests of the counts ." Under million of dollars, and the circulation of the: ;against us, exchange would be just

To cherish such. a.. tendency of wreck. souer's counsel the propriety of transferring, this announcement, what can we infer, but bank is much less than the annual: interest of proportion to the demand, and wor might i

triotism.public opinion, is the task of an elevated pa The schooner Corsair, 'apt.' Morisey, has the trial from the cene of excitement to'l i' that he will not approve of the charter of a the debt. And yet the bank, after more than I r f the condition of a bank under given circumstances

That differences of opinion as to arrived at Halifax::, from Fortune N. F. i'
Bay, some other and distant County. 'rational bank. 4 of f -that while it might pay
the means of these Being con. years suspension, cannot collect enough 8pe.
accomplishing desirable in
The Corsair
seven days. reports, thai I call lor 50
change might
'objects should exist is nected with theGovernnient"he is to proceedlo ; j No statesman of our country has: been of the principal and interest per cent mr
be to
' reasonably to expeeled. six days before sailing, a !boat belonging to redeem But when there is a of
: Nor can all be made satisfied with I Fortune Bay, arrived there from St. Pierre, the: place of trial, and furnish the prisoner's I more decidedly uniform in opposition to a n a. its circulation What a state of thingsto I changes in this it derangement very e.I

.any, system of measures. But I flatter m.i the Skipper of which reported that a vessel counsel with the evidence in his possession ''tional bank, and we may add, in opposition to be produced by an institution that was te I be attributed to country over issue may of bonk'generally cotes ,

self with the hope that she great body of from France had arrived at that Island, which}, lo see that he have skilful aud eminent you 1.1'I' the whole banking system of the U. States.The shower down blessings on the !! the first great a procuring cause. Thai
community a
and it i
:people will unite I his defence i is
readily in of overruled
thosewhose I that
support had picked the Captain and sixteen sea.0'' pro. former he
I up opposed as unconstitutional, What a contrast between and contend is the case with and which
efforts from disinterested ; per steps he taken to his promise performance Forida
spring remove
a de- men 01 an American steamer, and had re. case to t the} I intend
.rro: to r"(?:J rote their happiness ; to prcsenedie ported that 56 other who had been i jj i Supreme Court of the United States. because Congress had no power to charter a What gross ignorance or wilful to make mni et may fol

federal and persons r'i Such is an outline of bank ; and the whole system, because it low. Querist, you \i terefor not b
was does
: Elate governments_ within the steamer were lost; the said vessel! had !i ihe relative posiiion'l mismanagement it exhibit on the part ofler minded but fear for d t hig
II a give e
ttieir; respective orbits ; to cultivate peace foundered in consequence of running foul o)fof|' the two governments, on this interesting demoralizing in the extreme. those controlling the banknd! what u to for mmet.
impartiality, by doing
with a'"! tations of the earth, on just and honorable an iceberg; the skipper stated that he had sec n ''!subject, momentous and important to them, We see nothing in the message to satisfyus ': madness and folly was it, to place the currency mfo.rmd that some of so theories you may b

gronndsto exact obedience to thaws e Captain of the steamer al St. Pierre. and probably to the civilized world. that since October last, Mr. Tyler has of the Territory, and thus its whole business premises unsupported by your facts. may b
; ; to Btecnch libery and in full The :letter of Mr. Webster is
property We give this statement ns we have receiv. lauded by his relative ,
changed opinion to the constitu. Ia in that
in I matter
concerns the a yet
of many
such very
security ; :and, consulting the most ] some of the northern whig power persons obscurity
rigid economy cd it, without coloring, substruction, or add j, papers, as equal to tionality of a bank; but on the contrary, the planters have derived; the greater part of their
to abolish aH useless those of Madison Jefferson, and the The Paper
expenses. tion. It will be recollected that New :Found i best of our Money Power.
from the Union Bank ? And ceuld
fact of his capital
the I
JOHN TYLER.Washington'Junc land was one of the places where the Prcsi-i ; statesman, as was to be expected,there being very concluding paragraph on The extract below we take from one of they have wielded such in lands and ,

; 1, 1841. dent was supposed to have put into, and t the i! some who think it treason to doubt, and disgraceful the subject of currency and a fiscal agent, the letters of Mr. Biddle, late President of but for the bank property 1 In addition this

From the East. unfortunate boat load of passenger may have not to defer to the opinions of that as he does, leads to the inference that he con. the| Bank United States. It strikingly showsthe have negroes not tl'ese very planters extended their

The overland mail arrived on the 5ti!t been rescued from her. gentleman on national subjects. We are not of: tinues of the same opinion still.V" know i! control that be and so often is credit with negro trader, merchants, sad

bring advices from Macao to the 12th of Feb. A vessel which arrived at Philadelphia'from : that number and shall regard him and .his. I 1 ho was then opposed to a bank on constitu. the banks may exercised one else, to the greatest possible degree!
acts like those of on the Legislature of the ever
Bombay, i : grounds, as he referred to several of States. even an, idea how much northern
'to the Igt of April.Captain that she passed a piece of a wrack at sea; humble judgment, they are worth. Judging' his former The power of the Bank oldie Uni. exchange has been traders
of those i speeches, as indicating his then: requirr pay :
: Elliott end Ke hen had not yet which the mate felt convinced was part of a documents, which we would approve' Those led States, over the Legislature of Pennsylvania T how much coaches ne, and

their little nu steamer. if i we could, holding it matter of conscience to opinion. speeches are as anti bank as was so notorious that Mr. Biddle doesnot
Brought matters to u close, t. ... ten thousand luxuries which they hiv imported
--- '-'-- -'- '- with delivered in
'withstanding the jubilant assurances we (Q:7Can there be any truth in the follow* ngree the government in case of d,1 Fewe I any ever Congress. deem it worth while to conceal it. It from our Northern cities 7 boa much

have had so often, that the Chinese affair was ing article from the New York Herald I Is reiice< with a foreign power, if in reason I' Some of the Whigs pretend to flatter then n- must however be mortifying to a Pennsyl.1 has the Union Bank ruir to pay her in.

all settled, in fact no progress! whatever had there no exaggeration in it-no calumny ? to cau, in, we the yet course find of much the te administration lament and object thisI I'I selves that Mr. Tyler is playing the part of a vanian to !hear the fact so publicly stated, and i f terest i And how supp ye,age

been'made, so far as any body could disco [From the Herald 31J, May.] 81 n h'I on I I dissembler; that he has changed his opinionI to feel that the State was thus at the must be that the .hul not

er. Jt will bo seen, by the way, in one of GLE TWORTH'S ESCAPE, 6 c. At first blush it j I I I since: October, but does not deem it politic to a set of soulless mercyof : Purchase cotton the coming autumn, solely .

our parliamentary summary, that the gov. This distinguished youth, the companion in seems extraordinary, and I i: let it be kaowii. They cannot know Mr. corporations, created by j (that she may have the market. May pother

'ernmejnl; has at last become weary of Capt.Elliottfs morals and in money, of Messrs. Blaclifurer d, beyond of the comprehension two parties to, to this witness contest.the Who attitude l- :I;': Tyler, or we have been most grossly I deceived { and through bribery and corruption in their ;ti shoes s pinch her feet that she i fearful i

.inefijcjency, mid sent out anoth Bowen, and others "of that ilk," has escaped is I Legislature.If i j i i may become to purchase a neW ,
wronged ;in this affair 1 Who the sufferer? ,. in him. necesr
Captain to displace him from the hands of a jury. This escape was Who the State Bank of Pennsylvania can f 1 pair of the at the present extravs. i
? Who ,
has the i
and The .
The subject of the intelligence as regardthe I made on Saturday night, with some haste, and to complain 1Ve know full right well ought !} message contains a very important and has used such language to that State, goat' rates-in short do not the merlt

Chiuese question, may be given in these after buttoning up his coat and breeches as fast citizens in that a'i: suggestion relative to the "unlimited creationof what should hinder 1! stand somewhat in her way just at t pre-
the dead of similar
few words: the negociations were still go: .38 he could. night, unsuspecting of bank charters by the States." It ex. | language to the ,sent or coming ould it b wrong t
harm locked fast in ( rs9.V
the embraces of Congress of the United States
ing On the 27ih of January Yet sleep, from being to surmise cot
pa. Captainr the disagreement of the jury ia a matter has been presses great doubts whether any scheme of that to purchase
inhumanly murdered the used b '
,Elliott and :Kefchen, contrived to come tope that of little consequence. The evidence, is of our citizens destroyed and; property i finance can prove, 1 for auy length of lime, } the great corporation they are about ; ton, cost what it may 1 and will it no be pur.
for the jjrst time since their I ; our territory I to create. We of those
.er interview before the country, and they have made up' can readily conceive how, chased against the associated wisdom
invaded the, armed successful while the States
force shall
by of : continue in
Pechele, but it was only to dine-the Chinese j II their opinion of the "pipe.layer,," beyendlhe without a foreign pow. 1 I j they are about to create, under the who should have the most to do with her
er, manage. general
permission lhi 'the unrestrained exercise of
; '
the yet + correspondence creating bank ,
convnisiiftiier being giver the feast. power of all pretty or penny juries. ment of such Biddle 'i treasure.
the j men as Web.jster :
to Dunlap
presents world the i >
'"On the 30th Elliott issued reprcsenta. ;, Capt a circular, If the merchants have too many
/ But have imported
we not come to a pretty pnsj in lives of nation Jaudon
thus & Co.
grossly! provoked, i in.i t i a dictatorial and
informingthe. British subjects that he did not these days 1 There is Eldridge in ; suited! and abused Thu meaning of the President, we pre-c? .( who has consumed them botpla&teni

think it advisable for them to go to Canton. phia-he has also escaped on his Philadel./'1 l1 / position of defendants, submiting whilst the to occupy the' acme, would teem to be, that the currency i I| corrupting power may be used and will be ,. !gs have purchs to liberally what

On the 1st of February a joint proclama. by the disagreement of the jury. Let Mad. are permitted to affect,the other of party :i of the country will be liable to fluctuations,,; used. The occasion will be made and sougbtto ; ,gave them the fir great impose t Did i

lion was issued by,. hm: and Keshen, to the ame Rtttell at once go to trial. She cannot plain. Not only this but language the com >! while this almost unlimited of I advance selfish, personal interests. !? not originate with the bank discounts? How
inhabitants of (Hong Kong, advising them be convicted-nor can any person be con. accumulate and government |: power issuing. They (the Legislature) had wants which many planter could be mentioned, paid for
explanations the State
apologies, with I paper by banks is
that the island had become British territory victed in I the banks the the merchants imported for their J
these halcyon days, but the poor proffers of kindness and mediation for the 1 He is alone could relieve, so that the Legislaturt : goods
and that if they chose to remain they must devils; of loafers who steal a loaf to fill their; murderer | certainly correct. The evil lies there; teas much accommodation 1 Have they paid their into1
if in
alleged the the
as more
consider themselves. British bellies of was ours, (and the whig and the power of the rest due the bank 1 If not how will they >
{ subjects, being or a pair breeches to cover them and as such, atonement was due, and to be I money power may crate banks than the banks b
guarantied in.the free exercise of their reli]i The administration of Justice is corrupt to made to them. Our General J j' national bank after national bank and the were in the power l of able to pay the principle. .
Attorney the
glows and social customs, &c. ,I the foundation. Politics and banking have highest officer of the Government, is made still the currency will expand and contract, Legislature. How easy was it for the 1 f Had the Union Bank never have had exl.

All this time, however, the general impression covered the whole land of immorality, licen. repair to the extreme of the kingdom, to to >' 'and expand again, bringing ruin, distress andU banks to say to the Governor, you want to tence, and the old Central had continued to

was that Keshenwas crime and ] of kinds. carry borrow 800,000 dollars do business she commenced, would
only negotiating tiousncw' vannhty evidence to a prisoner charged with murder 'demoralization on the The -the State breaks on a n
,to gain time, and that the **question The difference between the saint and the ; ; country. remedy the first of our have at time been I the
to that he has February unless thi
see counsel borrow county
&c. &c. Shame i is not to he found in a national bank it is !, you can .
would..not be settled without some more can. scoundral is forever-they are both e. ; toj it t| morning sun only rising to bless the er
gone upon such a wretched procedure-such hUe' !be i -you can borrow it only from us-if '
nonading. The correspondent the the r. qual!-both fit for the State Prison or he miliation. Would the English sought for in a reform of the State banks i j I j lend jr-it to and wet, One solitary short crop would not have pre-

land Courier, of April 1st says, 'under date State Legislature. have pursued such a course under govcrnment like I ;system. Then, and then alone, will it be you resume specie payments* I vented the planter from the payment of any

of Macao Feb. 11. ", We propose James B. GJentworth for the cumstances The parallel, cir.'to'say we
With reference to our circular of the 18th afraid 7 venture We {agree that neither shall break-authorise t: The circulation of Bank
Prf'sident-\fuo' a
next is not to be found, in the annals of the I are not certain that we rightly understand f th

and Captain Elliott's of the 20th lilt, we re. Fame vt Notoriety. To be talked about( civilized world. this part: of the message. We do not suspension beyond the fifteenth of February j'I It is shown by way of an c.m1 Union,

.gret to report that the preliminary arrange' and.*tared at for a while is not to acquire We do not profess to be versed in legal see why, "a scheme of finance," if by that, we and we will protect you on the 1st of Janu. that the merchat are indebted her to the .
therein announced still in
are Bank exceeding
suspense Fame. There i is as much difference between principle, and would not rashly oppose our are to understand the ary. This would have been wise and /" to an amount ciu1k
.and trade continue,still with collecting acid d easy !
suspended, the Is- Who are they, Mr. Querist
Fame and there in betweenf a opinions those of Mr. Webster-yet with Protect The State
as of
of the great Penney!ra.icd. houses-
:most uncertainly as to when it may be re..opened ofl due deference the I bursing public revenue, cannot be car. for a moment at some of the largest
perpetual-oever-failing spring and a cistern acquittal McLeod cc:a. I nia protected by How
a set of soulless
which ought to have been on the be sustained ried on, as well if the States create banks mop How much does owe
the ,
water. The one is used in a short lh'ie ; not on ground ho assumes. as
.' :fW 'DJt. Keshen! arrangements are ex up It will be if they do not. Not, to be if corporations. Think of the impudence of much 1 How much-
the other bubbles fresh from the earth, amfd] perceived, that< he enlarges the sure, the Gov.|
'Ceedincly unpalatable to the local authorities.and taken Mr. Fox ernment receives the the thing-and think also of the fact of its 1 And how will you righteousjf
the ruins of cities. The Spanish pirates ground by making an argument depreciated notes oft the
'. of Canton who have all hundreds of
people along made a noise for a few months, but the clank. and fixing legal principles for him. banks in payment of public dues. But thereis degrading truth. make up your cocohinw
; of the all
con fluently stated that they would not be the remnant merchants,or co
in of their fetters was drowned in the Ye?, on the more favorable ground he .
sanctioned by the Emperor, which is strongly I Wing!{ of the clods upon their coffins. Homer rum. we do not think! McLeod should as.aumt's 00acquit'ed. no compulsion on the Government to do The Whiff Press, andthe last Warwith owe the bank so much, it only goes t maw ot
confirmed the warlike that; and experience has shown the evil Great a comment dark and on the part
by preparations going at- Britain reckle
He i is
indicted .
and Sbakspenre were scarcely eminent d by a grand j jury in >
-Canton-and it isnoW'said' tending it. the President and Directors have acted
on that a rfewcommissioner ir.in for murder, committed'within the The N. Y- contains anti cle
ing life; but when their. bones were planted : jurisdictionof Express a long
if on the way to supercede Slates If a State chooses to have a bad ( into the lowing such discounts the cause is -;
United copied
the earth, immortal laurels branched up from> I the on an American citizen. currencyand National Intelligencer, N ash'e I'
Keshen., ,.It is- the general opinion of the 'The the of Mr. Fox that of -why need the Govern. a ; we t
their graves. plea, o.i part is that the paper vie Republican, and other Whig journals) that
community that matter cannot be: investigation pertaining thing
'arrangedfor The man who had not where to lay his I transaction, for which he was arrested, and[ is ment meddle with it 1 Why need it take it justifying the votes given by Mr. into any attention, tW
and is
time and that
MOM more will Weber us, worthy our
yet head while he walked with brethren, now, I to be tried, was a transaction of public character i in payment of its dues 1 If it proves incon. during the last teret be done is seek the first cotta
probably be repaired.:' Conges war. According; fir thing to to
looks down upon s> million splendid edifices, planned avd executed by persons em. ventent to the of nor
The fSwj> ;;''mc' of tea goes on with i in.'ereued' reared in his honor, 'and..hallowed to his powered by the Colonial authorities, to take t people the State, it is their justificatory article, the conduct of bars I THAT FIRST CAUSB i the responsible
facility but ,the own fault ; they can have it otherwise if all others are e to that.
broughtdova"ar they the responsible
qualities was wise
Let no man falter, and thrust his I any steps, and do any acts necessary)' for the most honest, and patriotic >
'< inferior-and pnees exceedingly i memory. choose ; and if they do not choose, let them I b said by Querist, that< the ir>tts U\
; band in his bosom, because immediate a u ic- j defence oilier mnjest/s territories, and pro that could be, and perfectly in harmony> ., the of the <
jtrgp. ,"Th. Chieftain and Pafroekball art exertion. The I teclion of her On the of Mr. bear the inconvenience. with the ae charging difrnc
cess does hot his cat.i subjects. part principles of the receite-1er!!!
jnearif |glen-for England -with teu'obtained Republican party* for their goods, expect .|
tet tllardoes not at once turn to a butterfly| Webster that, "MoLari was obeying the Let the publio dues be collected in the which, in his ; t
la di&, &--.. ,'-' &"f } t .Palchogue speech, be wishes i prices on the day of paymentsjiottw 't
'Ifii' but lies Jong in the dark shroud before his j orders of a superi*., :&c. In either event, money ef the Constitution in the di. I
': 'p&e blockade of Canton still ; money t b considered as now belonging. It notes gbt _
f t b "i
) Unin-Ba
'force.' 'T. 'E. ; ffici
attain tified.,, The bound
animals to the 1 a 44.D to
wbih\4boM to *
It was reported |hit an Imperial edict badarmed I sun; remain the iottgttt embryo 4 obey the order orhi'.gnperior, but with thequalification Government, and required by law up to 1816.[ thf votes of the Republican by this;u o, Mr. Qoerist J t toi9* *11
.10 faJowlecW
createst-tgn of $
at Cantos, il}reUtioo to the Uldog > |II>>- thJyura perfected i i for t6e bir.h.-ga. thnt tie orders ere lawful. Now Why' must it be paid in paper promit to just each votes, and jw pryey "e bun poMcsaion- rVmfliar Itr with vt e i** **!1 sad

th tdierts it'Cboenpefr'ind. Tyculitew" vtry tort. Peat. .V can it he rnamtsiwd, that the British G ov. pay, from corrupt, fraudulent, unprincipled I emissary> of Great Britain, if one had a teat I .. -.S. t t ,' ,

r-" to the English. .' .' ; ,:' ,- h ) :

". ,1

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'1 think myself 1 In the meantime, we desire to state, for the old home, andd.oang.misciief; .without any -.-- -, .. -- I IEtta. L LIl.=1[ -'

the merchants that bad no intention of I has but Ifofiee. ADCTIOff 5ALES
WOIJ "of them, and ao far as satisfaction r the community, we yieldiog. imagine be I. persona who hsa7tims3rOTtOus to .

wllb many juittILreYerse ofthere. concern in the selection of the Justices oiUhe few warriors, anxLcan be easily routed. this, loft watches: ; for repairing,at the store of
.t to'fled<
toowledge ; yours is peculiar aid and David Brown, E.qul'es, I CHARL d HOTTZ.TeJIabasaee. 'ttl. ;
t1r Henry Uam Hil INDIANS.. -An. rider arrived in town
& for atlO.I-Dees. jsiprea I / .Jane I it, I Ml. 1m :
,p.r. .1 d&spoBition rates. BeUon & Justices of.the Peace, were willing toact, on Tuesday evening (art, bringing the inleHigece -.--- : rJtT.
at specie suIt to
charges rested in them the 8th Beoetred.Moenor -
the me-so are the Hay. under the authority by of the capture.,.of St government wsgpn, by a Bacoo, __

Fiber ue doing \ as well. some section of the act of November 19lh, 1828, PerU of 16 Indiana,. on the Snwannoo river, aboat I OOO rprsoj; Hams, Side tan cotnmence 1. Z1'UL'
& Kirksey, Sal'si BERT
c! Kerr: "An act for the apprehension of Shoulders, and Jowlu received on consign- THE o .
.1rLs it entitled, 7 miles below Charl.. Ferry. These w'f ont were j jut. 'I Jloe, 6e mOt
erI I could mention were necessary.Wkat.if what cen. criminals, and the punishment of crimes and frrigeted with, provisions for the troops at Fort meat. and for sale byW. iader the earn nr a CnlDG. AUCfIONEER .

some are thus doing, misdemeanors and would hear the application BURGESS, Ag'f R. L. EDMONDS M. A. Principal. ,.AND CMMISION )1EIIA.
; Macomb whitber One of
t The mer. they were proceedi : J 12. 1841. 4S tf
attached to them 'Mrs. JULIA F. EDMONDS, fpftroctren.Mis .
flirt can be to run they of the prisoner (Alston) for bail :- n. the driven was shot, and another wouided. The ,Netiee '. AGNES M. GORDON; SALE flAT8Wdaadap' 'riapsLlgkt
mutuallY ,
. cLInt and trader WLIL Dot guarantee the tertaining no d.ubt of their qualification; as rest, with the escort, 7 in number escaped. The j t 18 hereby girenthii: the subscriber! has taken LEONIDAS W. 8PRT. A.'B.. CaniagecfCAeup (OTs .

k. The purcbaser or at any such Justices-having seen Mr. Hiliiard, fre. Indians, having.plundered the wajont, left them, 'ut.tetters testamentary on the estate of Abraham MUM. ., '1flAR1OTF1s, BAROUC IIE8 If MK3OT8
to be good oed January in that Mr. David Soengler lately deceased. All persona having Miss. SUSAN JOHNSON. _/ harness Mperior
currency merchant and quently acting capaojy.aod! with Ihe tea" uninjured.-Florida' Stnlitxl. i( wit complete pot op i
therefore the demands against said estate are called\ upon to style, (or sale at auction and
and It
is believed
I time, Brown sitting on the Bench Justices of.the I confidently that few in th e"to -
f fijture lolilotion.
to abide by certain stipula. of Last night, when the congregation of one present them without delay, as required byl law. the United States stronger claims to the of R. J.
Leon the preeent
Court ; at of
agree County term
. hlLler County : .
p" be payable at the usual time in of the churches were leaving the house of REBECCASPENGLER.Administratrix. patronage of the public, -and the Principal Feb. 27,1841. 81 tf t'
t iei es, to finan. March last, we, prepared the proper papers, hop :
best tbaUhe has
Bank. The worship it commenced raining. A lady said 1W..l'I. great expense b incurred with .PuMic Nutce.-
{ of the Union presepted them !O the Justices' and attended; June 12, 1 1841- 048 tenlion of .
,otel the gainer, and permit me to the gentleman who her and establishing permanent Seminaries in to an art ef the Legislative
cier in thu. case is to keep right side at the Jful. (that place_being selected by/Jus! her sister it accompanied send and c.. mILLER, the very healthy and moral town ofQuuy. will AGREEABLE a act t incorporate the

to add it takes a magician there should beinlh' tice Billiard for reasons then and.since stated i ,""Why, rains- .get an COMMIS 8.IO.N MERCHANT, e met by a corresponding.ncurarmenL Montieello Rail Road Compan. passed the td of

I- matter. &aPPcrop<< of cotton this by him) on Wednesday, the.2d of June inst. umbrella. "Why, my dear, said the..gen. No. 82 Cwwurce Street, u formerly.R.t. March, J 1841ajid approved on.am day and J.
( of tieman neither salt EDMONDS, M A., .
failure "you are sugar nor we undersigned superintendent, *
. 2 entire By order of the Justices, a written noticewas NEW OXUEAKS.Reference. Princp.Qaincy
! ftiU depreciate1j June 5 45 3tAdministrator' .
that have
the paper rain will not hurt "No said the give public we
,eat 1 1I'ou\d\ not the merchant would sent to the r< "but lasses.
K M who JS say But Querist, the cir.gain District Attorney,.and the messenger returned j we are Street, New Orleans. I bo sold to the hihel bidder at the stare town MvMilicello.. Person.disposed to take stock
says with the The abolitionisms have again nominated I Beard and Ihe Miecoeokio will find tbe the store William
j very 80 fast diminishing intelligence that he was nut of town. Runaway Nerro. on bk open at o
. ation of the bank is is bound to Another Justice of the Peace was sent for, James G. Birney ffor the Presidency of-the ON the 22d instantMr.C. Dougherty took up1 J, Lake, on Saturday the 3d day of July next three and .
small, the money blark fellow in the woods nf ar sugar boile. and a cast iron mill; consisting JOHN A. CUTS9ZRT.
vu ill! be 10 but he United States, and Thomas Morris for.the runaway
. ,lid fhat depends upon the FIAT of acting. The Clerk of the Tallahassee. The fellow is abeut 40 years of agi-, I of thiee rollers, .I tho articles sound and in good MARTIN PALE

be, good. Dctors: They were to Superior Court attended at the request *f Vice Presidency. quite a small man and sharp features, not very order they can seen at the late residence of Col- DARIUS WILLLUt

\\be pteident and the put winter for the Justices, and anted the testimony given Alabama Election W e have received the black, says his name u JIM, and that he has been I Richard Parish, *n application to Mr. B. C. Pop .MontieU May 29, 81-3w ..

\ bare given us exchange at least 10 said some before them. T>ne examination of the 'wit. returns from 33 counties, (not official,) giving 2 or 3 years with the Indians, having been captur.1 or hir overseer. Terms made known on rIHE Undersigned are now receiving a GEL
10 15 per cent, cd by them iii Georgia, from a speculator named | sale. ..I_ ERA L ASSORTMENT OF GKOCERICJ.and
'Jou10 nesses having closed and the counsel of the
the Democratie ticket a majority of about Daniels, who the In ians killed. Ha says the In. | JOHN D. PARISH ) WESTEKPJtQDUCE-Consiiag

or tnem.k consumers, we learn from Que. prisoner heard, the .Justices retired to the I 3,500. We will publish a table of the election diane let some 40 or 50 other negroes captured at THEODORE TURNBULL) Adm'r.. 0

k The poor I would enquire who it residence of Mr. liilliqrd, to consider of the'r so soon as an official and complete one the same time, go clear, and that he left them 3 j;( GEO. E. > BACON

, rl*Consumes, .arising.the major part of goods im. judgment to be rendered in the case. After a is received.-Columbia Aargtts Zdinst.COTTOIf weeks ago on the Ocillo river. His story is not j -JuneS.1841. 4 FLOUR

deliberation .. ..... .... be'ieved.' but it in suspected he s owned by some ]I Wanted to WHISKEY
! s- '. The planters,every of an hour or more, we were in. :... --' -" Rent
w this erritor) plainer in this vicinity. lie is ltdgnd with me fur the ensuing year a of 40 to TOBACCO
; ported will testify, are the great consumers.S formed by the Justices that they bad adjourn. -GINS At Auction. .safe keeping and if not claimed in 60 days,will FOR acres of land,with dwelling.mal and out houses SUGAR

l ? for their cotton ? Only ed the further consideration of..the case till be sold to pay legal expenses according to law. ont between 2 and 10 miles of Tallahassee ,ke.&c.
do they get
what when it is worth in good mo. j jIItV Saturday the 5th instant. On this last named WILL be sold at auction of at Magnolia on Sat A E HARRIS. would be prefferable* Far particulars enquire at Which they offer on reasonable terms.LA.POUNCEY. .
the lOlh
cents, day July next 29, le.s t. 43 this office.May &CO.
.ixteen I the Justices jTallahasseeMay
day met their
is 100 cent. by own appoint.
> eight. This per ; 10 or 15 Steel Saw Cotton Gins, The Very Cheapest and nClt- 29. 1841-13* 43 2 doors west of the Post Office,Tallahassee.
the merchant who hasLLde ment, at the office ot one of the counsel, and ,
Will (Ken* show me there associated assorted sires, from 35 to 50 saws. They are of ,, ANOTHr.R. WEEK I.T MAMMOTH A Card. April 17 38
of them John Wil.
cent difference in the sale having the manufactory of 1\. G. Dlounl, of N. C. and Subscriber to devote himself for ACTION

: 100 1 per Let him be brought out and ex. I'I'posed. Hams Lea, Esq., who was said and believedto II sold to clone a ronsi;nment. Planters wanting I F.\ MILY NEWSPAPER. I THE prolOe life, to an earnest endeavor HEREBY fer'arn any person from tradinf

I his goods T much do the merchants cause be a Justice of the Peace proceeded tor Gins \Viil find it to-their interest to attend the sale THE Proprietors of the Wcek'y Ledger, which J I to make himself ustful in his profession, I for the two notes set forth in the lollowinf

I How physicians and'Ja1l'8t1 ;ad over the foimer depositions, to examine; i as they will be sold without rencrve. all the readicy matter of six paper i j I a lawyer. receipt as I am determined net to pay them,and I
Wchan.cS. overseers, > I have Mold of their popular daily wnose circulation; of between | Hi residence is for the Blackwcodd I
: i :about 25 Gins from the same Manui present at determined to the endorsers, an-
other witness and hear further
I have heard one law- one to argument 20 and 30,000 copies i is the bent evidence of
l\ to suffer ? I i factory of these to different persons and reference about six mile from Tallahassee. less compelled bylaw.
H I that his charges were in specie or from the counsel. After deliberation, may be had: of the following\ ,.rrsonn who !iave 'i merit, having found their original anticipations in I II II CTThe Rev. Mr. Wilson is instructing; the sub A. F. DUVAL.

Jemfinlent. I also know that; the mechan. I the Justices.finally decided, (Justice Hiliiard I used them, viz: Major\ John Taylor. Tom Peter I I regard patronage for their weekly tsperimt-nt.1 j ji scriber's children-ho would receive a few other March 20, 1841.

to testify their de. dissenting), to admit the prisoner t" enter bail l-Chairesand H. B. Bradford, Elqj.: Leon : Capt. i! far exceeded by actual rolCtJ. notwithstanding their I cholarx. Besides the several branches of an English -

4 ICS have had their meeting currencyandSermore I for his appearance at the next ensuing term 1: John Carnsy, Jefferson ; Col.\ Aleianrior Motley, rigid adherence lo the rule of sending no paper in I education, Mr. W. leaibes most of the modern Copy ef receipt from J. D. Dittovay
in respect to the 'IMadicon ; and Wm. \V. Croom, Esq. Gadsden co. :any n"Ilnce. until paid fir, aid invariably slopping languages of Europe and the Ancient languages. 4
1 know that many mechanics! of the Superior Court, to be held in the They will be sold on a credit until the.firitof! al! subscriptions at the expiration of the term I: Brother

I 3 have had the promise, County of Leon. j January next, for notes with approved vecurity. :'i ordered, and feeling therefore encouraged to fur. I ROBERT RAYMOND REID. eceived of A. F. Do val,payment in foil for two
4 woe overseers I liter efforts to snrvu the public, have come to the promissory Dotes we hold against him, daled and
monefor No application or solicitation was made by }\ BENJ. BYRD. Auctioneer. May 29! if 4;
. to receive good wages determination their the endorsed as follows, to wit; One note dated the
and expect ( to enlarge weekly to man --
: |
f .IiecoaukieJ'in.S
the counsel for the Mr. Lee 1841. 4w47
the matter relates to lawyers and physi.M prisoner to ty I I -.- moth size, dunging! its title to that of UNITED!' STRAYED OR STOI4EN. iL of Nov. 1838,for 69,pabluix mot

u' .. be assured!! they will not be sit upon the case-the application e from 'IIounfliaNUOL I STATES," and so establishing it as the fifth mammoth From the subscriber at Tallahassee, on the date, payable to t I
7 ci lunS- --, ;U"- '-.' -- the of benevo. Messrs. HiUiard and Brown and bv Mr. I ; : ''OSIf "P9!" 8tl 1 II-! I weekly journal of the United Stales. Th of the 21st April, a dark bay o brown We.and one note dated lit of Nonmbr.l8

. *' behind the age, except heads organ than some Hilliard he was repeatedly solicited and urged I :suoijsanb ou'umpijoi.j! aqi jo aotjjo: oti| iv iia| IT j magazine and book literature: of Europe and America mae; said mare .a white place on the heal or fr $668 70, payoble eight mont. frn elat pay.
Itnce is greater on their take alqnOJ1 aUI \HM\\! sqi;: oj uoiue "''Iit pui 'u'u II will be diligently searched for 'things new, below the fetlock of one of her fore feet inclined to, and endorsed by Bal. note
to in the decision. Mr. Lea
. others about as far off as Querist. Some no part was I au,-ipiMijiJoj! uiaij; ujnlai as ad| (JIM 'aJUIt, interesting and important which will be set up for to have high hip bon",. A ) heavy tail; shod signed by Ale.Formy Duval. we hereby pro
suffering, and would until doomsday not well disposed to comply with Mr. Hil- I ifcp: MSJ n, .pu U /juajj jo BJojt aijt{ mojj; T ;I its columns expressly and the same mailer will before, and was in food Jong libra reward I to transmit to him said two notes as soon aa posei-

| doubt are prompted by the phylosophy Hard's request, and suggested some doubts I'i)'!d :aPoa.Ju( JVd! i 1ou1( 0'1.uouad 3H not be used in any other paper. will be paid for the delivery of mae I tbis i ble.

f were they only to speak the whether he could act. He stated he had .'33IXOM I In short, the "United States"! will be, in all respects placeor if stolen, f 20 will be paid ,fortho appre. J. D. DISSOWAY & BROTHERS.
: friend.'They have ___ hension of the march 20,
Of'my will be regarded. been notified of his appointment,-had never One Hundred Dollars equal, if not tuperior, to any of its class. Ihjef. Tallahassee, Feb.1Z184O 181
word', and then giievance Reward while in price it shall be far cheaper. Inslead: of B. G. THORNTON LOST
v be well in this connection, acted, and did not wish to do so. Mr. Wal. be given for the boy LEWIS who of TaHahaMee.May: 8- ((4
[ Perhaps it may WILL three dollars a year which is tie price the two Tallahassee on night of the 20th instant
;: Planters ker, at the suggestion of the Court, and the "' from the Subscriber in IN th
remind Qucrist, that some few ? AUir.. mammoth newspapers of New York and the two O.\ CONSJG EN'J'. ROAN hois to have
1j to worthy deed, to come forward other counsel, repaired tn the Executive of. 1840. He is about 18! years old. slim' built' and is of Boslon. the subscription of the "United States" 'I'HE Subscriber has received on consignment; broken loose HOREi he lap to,and
: j think it a very I supposed to be in the neighborhood of the Micca- will be Iwo dollars t U! Tbe 500 casks LIME carried pos .
Florida which fice, and was informed by the Clerk, (theI only per year paper w4K him a rope halter and ha a eat
: : and pay accounts in money' other officers absent that the of sukie. The above reward will be given for his used in printing it will t>e of Ihe finest quality, and 30 bbl->l calcined: PLASTER PARIS wound onW5i. off hind leg end a sore on his back.It .
and 40 being name ,
I were! contracted during J 1833, 9 ) delivery to me, about three mile south w.t of the typographical execution neat and workman- 10 HYDRAULIC CEMENT is supposed he will make towards Ft. Marks
. notwithstanding their Cotton has brought John W. Lea, Esq., was upon.the Register'Tallahassee or to A. E. Hnais.HAMILTON. 10 GROUND MARBLE he was lately purchased from that place. I

them 16 cents. I as a Justice of the Peace far this County, HUDSON.June I like.The outer form of the "United Slates will be 1 MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES The finder will confer a favor tbe owner by

.r may merchants bring are blamed for paying their which Register he examined the presel. e IS, 1841. ,, devoted nearly exclusively to Literature Tales. 1 HEARTHS leaving: information at this office where o he-may-to

The affirmed of Mr. Walker. Messrs. Hilliardaud RANAWA"t F tON Sketches, Biography, Nularal His'ory, Poetry TILE for do .ou.d. Feb.27i841.
f* debts, because, as is by so doing I BrowlI\\ Fine Arts, Review Agriculture, Science Anecdote I 110 kegs NAILS
necessarily raise the price of Cotton, declared themselves satisfied that the 12th inst. from Micctuukie, a large'9r-1 ". Jte. 100 .. WHITE LEAD I NOTICE.

they should be added primarily, because you, had been duly uppointe, and being again II ret IIoiso. blind in one rye, and had on when. The im cr pages will contain the lo.tt'stand most 72 hn>.. \vivnmv GLASS_ canad .ii.; II r1J1E person who tool from.my office. without
and Mr. Hiliiard forwardand he U ft, a saddle and bridle. News. from both the Extern and Western C' RPE \ I If... tlut_ ".""f. f 1CTI _111
make (the Bank) such requested by to come copious fiitS'TOoi AiF- \Vl'1 u -'-- .-- J-' .. ..
the merchants, us A ]lihersl' reward will be given for his delivery at with finance IRON I,. pleas it as.can convenient.
will make take the oath of office, consented so to do, I Hemisphere, together original ossys on ret:1 .
\ high prices. It is presumed they Lee'stable: in Tallahassee.. and political economy, and editorial articles OILS, PAINTS, BRUSHES,. c ice. JAME A.
still greater sacrifices to sustain their credit, and took his seat. i JACOB BLESS. en on every topic of interest and importance to the ALSO- : I. May 29, I84l_ BETEL..

to the small collection they make We aver in the most solemn manner, that June 19.1S41-1t 47 people of the United Slates. In discussing questions i "
for owning
100 RIO I
from some Planters, they canrut invest in we had not the slightest suspicion that the I I have in Store, political partansbip will be avoided but the bbl bags. prime St. Croix SUGAR ALL persons io4bM ll.- estate of MAUA

; Cotton 80 much us they would. So long term of office for which Messrs. Lea and 40 bbls Corn fed prime Pork, truth shall never bt withheld nor remain unspoken 2 boxes superior Double Refinrftj Loaf do. : LToif,le., are hereby notified t make
Brown had till the 25" Prime Beef, (for fear of offending any part!. i loiutediale and those having demand
the Tallahas. were appointed expired, 20 do SPERM. CANDLES p.Y'D
then 01\ the goods! imported by 10 hhds Shoulder' The low of two.. dollars will not will .
price per year : presejol r lltleoxyil, to
fact All of which offered frr sale (or -
asserted and cheap
the Planters, was publicly a new Warrant i
consumed by 15" the loss of discount
gee merchants are Middlings, : permit the publishers : on un- i JOHN W.LAVINU ,
cash only, by W. G. BURGESS, Agent.Corner ,
and the extravagance; of the Planters is not issued for the arrest of Alston : i>or do 3.e Hams current notes ; it triH} therefore be charged to the of Monroe and pensacola streets oppvsite i!: Jtn8U j i& Qualifier" E wot(.
r l believe that entertained 35 KesaLird, and ir. to tin amount of the .
receive we suspicion was remitter, proportion '
L abated, and they for capital money any I to the Store of Cap' H. Bond, and next floor Cabinet BaslneM.THE .
40 bbls! Flour, discount less will be sent. Mail I'
be the Justices themselves.It ; so many papers
bank so long by j to R. J. Uackley's Auction
other I
; from the Union or any 10 Brown Sugar: remittances to be puwtpaid. Ru! I L undersigned having purcbu.defMr. I-
of the is due to Mr. the of j Tallahassee, Apxil 24lh, 1841. 39 .
the causo Hagner, partner I his ENTIR
Querist, Rectified ? OF
known\ to \'oU. | 50 Whiskey Tarpon!nutters, or others, remitting to us ten 'TO TOOL
balance of trade being agarist us. and 'on. Mr. Thompson, and whose name is associated l j| 5 .' Old Monongahela Jo. dollars will receive six copies. NOTICE. : AND MATERIALS in aIn line intend

is chargeable on the with our own in the publication a'luded' to. to | 20' .' Gin On no condition will a copy ever be sent until injunction heretofore granted in the mat I continuing the business at the stand, opposite

.I c t".. sequent high exchange and tft them alone. state that he was absent from Tallahassee 10 '' Cld Holland Gin, the payment is receiven. THE of the late partnership ofCenter. : Ward &.Mays,and respectfully suliciu the paUanagn .

Dank and Planters, during the whole period referred to. He 10 ." Brandy, Newsmen and Boys supp'ied at the rate of$4 Keen having been absolutely oissolved, and 0; 1 liberally bestowed on his preur.

I 4 Port Wine per hundred ; Single copies six cents Addressed I appointment of a receiver heretofore made, having i: HENRY .
We publUh\ with great willingness knew nothing ef the application to Ue Justices 25 boxes Soap, postpaid. SWAIN, ABELL & SIMMONS, been rescinded and set aside, by the Honorable the I N.B. DOOR SASH MANTLE PIECES..

communication of the counsel in the bail case. and returned to Tallahassee only after j 2; Candles S. \V. corner of third and Chesont St. Philad'a. Judge of Lu Superior Court,-tbe.subscriber si I &made to crdcr. and at the shortest i D.ic.

it that a difficulty the liberation of Mr. Alsten. His name con. I 40 Tobacco, NOTICE. remitted to his legal rights as surviving partner April! 10th. l&U. 3 y ,
From their statement appears All of which I will oferat private sale to close of said firm,and -
sequently does not to this statement. my absence from Florida, Malhias hereby gives and Szta4Ie.
account of Lee's acting as appear the EDWIN W. POREY.Tallala.see DURING That such he Hon re
consignment. NOTICE
arose L. A. THOMPSON, and L. B. Harbour, are my authorised .surviving partner Friday,April 9th,. a bay
commis! \ Junc 1 12.1041.Gadaden I. scltle accounts of Swaim ad Madder. debts due to raid late firm and set E
received to clecthe
F Justice. He had neer a D. S.V A LKER. agents wil : gelding blind of an eye very thin or n
and P. H. 8\VAI>1 & til al bu.inel thereof precisely .if no such old PO.
County Court. seven been
lion,and did not know that he was a Justice; Co.PETCR H. SWAIM. injunction had been granted or appointment of, hard years recently worket very
GeorgiV.. Bruton, ) in a wagon; had on him when an old
one of the counsel went to the Executive Frpm the Savannah Republican. vs i July Term 1341. St.MarkaMa722. 1841-3ra 43 such receiver made. saddle and biidle and 2 saddle *Joat, ono dark
f -- -- J. B. Hull & C.JOHN. blank
Office at '
r: Office to ascertain the fact,previous enquiries Late from Florida. Jacob D. Ficler, and }[ Attachment for $312,50 ------NOTICE---- B. KEEN.Sur'g I' the other green; the saddle was torn immediately

understand the The U. S. bteamer Ncwbern, Capt. Mc.I Jehu Jones. J Damages f 500 00 ALL persons indebted to the estate of Mary of Center & Keen. across the seaL A suitable reward will b
having been made, we |J.1t late of JefierMin deceased, pinner given to any person who will deliver said
L I I Nulty, arrived: here from Pilatka yesterday. dcfedant all others interested are hereby county Jan [16. !K4t-4m bon l
of the
County Clerks office for the commission of the commencement of the above are requested to make payment, and all persons Subscriber. W. HILLIARD.
arrival of the
By this we are in possession JOHN P. DUVAL,
I suit by attachment, and are requested to appear having demapds 1lintthe said estate, to presentthe TaIlahai'eePpriI2d, 1841. 39 tf
if there
[ was from the of
any. seat war. ATTORNEY AT
following intelligence and plead to the declaration in said ease filed according same duly attested to LAW, -
The counsel returned from the Executive Wild Cat and ilo.ipitaka were in at Fort to law. GEO. JO Administrator. Office in Col.! Wyatl's. Brick Brildings, Main St. Weeks NOTICE.

Office and made report that the clerk inform. Pierce, waiting for Sam Jones to come in. FERGUSON JrPA. May 22,.!B.4I-6 w -;4-* TALLAHASSEE. FLA<,- K Q'IX, Judge of Jefferson after date County I shall a,"ply to for the Letters Hon. ,

ed him that th8 name of Jobn W. Lee Orders have been issued by the commanding Quinc!, June H 1841. 3m48 --j-U8T-JiECEI V ED, Dec. 5. hI _-- 19 pf Administration on .th Curt JJ..
Justice of. General to have them seized and! detained. Gndsdeu County Court. Oinej'n Geography and Walkers school D! Esq. was the Register as a Atlas, I ary I
upon line has been P. F. NEWSOW.
Greek William HJMcMillan$ stage
I Haleck Tustenuggee says a 1 Matte B run, do do Comstock'.Philolloph1, -
the Peace for this which register Term from MARIAN. April J 24 6w 39
county vs July 1841. .t.bl.hd _
have is do Mr.. _
Chief whose name we forgotten, en. Smith's do Lincolqs-Botany,
he examined in the of Mr. Walker. Jacob D. Fisler & Jehu !} Attachment for do do Elements of NAtta, Mobile Fla., _Camp, NOTICE.THE .
: presence Fort King. He has about ix.V MlholQI1'"Vitlell" MMlllon
camped ne.ir Pitt man's
the firm 136 93. Ferry
Jones, by name I f Subscribers offer
for sale
v This had the effect of satisfying !Messrs. warriors with him, and says he will be go. and style of J. D. Fisler r Damages $>00. \Voodbridfc8, &do WillardVGmnmeries dujCoIburok.' Algebra Surveying, Blackwater nod Floridalo, to PENSACOLAIhus .' ., low for can ,- th..ol.wja 4 a/ ,

Hffi&rd Bud Drown that Mr. Lee bad keen Haleekaod to i if ha does. A. Co. J making for Tallahassee, a eoooectioa with
l. vsreedby go Tampa Geography & Atlas ,Latin Reader, the and with Macon Cognac Brandy,In hjt I and qr casks
I" duly appointed," but this was a gross decep. Col. Worth has assumed the command, ,'HE defendant and all others interested! are Adams Geugraphy andJLat'm. Tutor, Pensacola 0 West on the Holland Gin in bbls. ppc t
jon them. and appointed Capt. Wright, of the 8th In. .B_ hereby notified of Jhe institution of the above Atlas, Marsh's Book keeping, NoJj Mobile gr i1rJI6. A .Whiskey dotLard.in
?r' practiced upon attachment and are requested lo o1
stated rase by appear Pikes Arithmatic, Bennetlc do kegs
General. His Head the The
I/;' We understand from the clerk or rather fantryAssistant Adjutant and olead to the declaration filed}in said cause Dt boll's do Expeditious Measurer corplotes 'Ve\r conntion. J loar, Molassca.Corn
r Priute Quarters are at Tampa Bay. Gen. Armis. according :o law .I. FERGUSON P. Q. Sdiiley's do Wedgwood. Science ef pa- see over the conslructed four years .sinc ,,HayManhadea
of the Governer that hettade
Secretary b the General Government from Floridatown tone
tead has left Florida for the North, by thb Qo'mcytJunel2J184JI. 3m46Gadfcden ___ Smiths doMurray's :iumbr. ) andiCod Fish in Hol

a copy of the register of appointments, way of Tallahassee. County Court. Grammer. Poke ., en ir well the Chattahoochee made at the expanse river ; pf the.the remainder proprietors.The has. Boxes Pickles,jin quart jars

with their dates for the counsels and this There is more sickness among the troopsin Allen M'Kcnzie, 1 Kirkhams doGreenleafs r'lora'n Interpreter, runnii g time from Mananna to Penacoaia| 300 bbls. Lime McNADGHT,
do .McCombes Tactics, OJlMONf
shows, beyond all manner of doubt, that nei. Florida this season, than there has beenbefore vs Readers 36 hours. The stages leave Marianne on Mondays Port Leon. March 20lb, 6.
c J,2,3
three The 1st Jacob!>> D. Fisler Sf 3eh. I t July Term, 1841. New York MaJl'.Tarier, ,Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 3 i. M.A.NIMS.
ther Lee had act asJustices. for years. Regiment Emorsons Little Reader Games.
nor Brown any right t* Jones late copartners ,I Attahm't forU5,10Damages IfoyUs AJLBEBT B. ALEXANDER,
of Infantry, which was stationed at Sarasota, oc 990,00 Porcelain Slabs, Paper Slates, .
and Banking the
Their name, it is true, was on a der the name style I For proprietors AUCTIONEER
'hit not being able to do duty, has been ordered to J. D. Fisler & Co. J Cases with lock and key; port Folios with lock and Tallahassee Dec. 20. 1840. [Jan -i41]

t u reported by the council, but he con. Cedar Keys. Fort Pleasant, which has defendant and a1!'! others i interested( are key; Pink Tape, Sealoe Black and Red; John C. JaepbJ, < ,

J t.1edtIe all iroporta..t fact, that it was on hitherto been a healthy post, in now quite THE notified of the above suit by attachment TranllplrentVafe,; .Fancy Wafers, Visiting Measurer and Inspector of Lumber fo the 'J. Commission Port Loz Fig.p DeJIM. (;
the Cards Note Paper, bard Paint Boxes.Slide ,
and to .
j| the list of appointments of two before At Fort wherp stationed and are required to appear plead 1r.atol Lem
c years sickly. King, are declaration filed in laid according to law. Wire Files Tin J'older Ivory Folders Cut Con of M rch 13 ISlltfOCqas4gameng I-

whose term. had expired, and the same regis four companies of 2d lufantry, there are over I. case FERGUSD.'. Jr. P Q. Glass Inkstands, Btam.is, Pen Knife Hones, OFFERS hi. to those who may please 3,

| ter showed thai they had not been rcappoint-- one hundred on the sick list. At Micanopy, _Q.uincy.June 12. 1841. 3m46 Pen Holders, Wafer Cups, 4c. &.c., for sale by upon March him. Charges moderate.33 AND (or sale low, & splendid ussrtmeat e

ed, which near have been known te the ant__. nf_. .fivn._ _! 'cnnnmmiefl.__n-_____, one___ _hundred________ and_ nix___: -Gadsden County Com. P. A. HAYWAUD. -Tallahassee. 14.189. ; D.BLI from Prinees's Gar..1
22,1B4I-15 43 TO CLAIMANTS. York
are reported sick. Forts McComb and i Fan. May NOTICE ,consist r ever vahetvn4, ml. .
; Jesse B.lnni. -- -- ---- .
counsel. There are no means knowing | I Union Bank Florida. Board of Army Otficcrs having been establish were put up ;fine order, a ad are warranted

whether or not he showed the list te the other ning are also reported as being very sickly. Jacob D. F.slcr vs &. Jehu I July Term, J841. ON Wednesday the 16t'o* day of June 1841. A ed in this city,for the purpose of inve'liga I I bloom,if properly taken care of. &
.* Correspondence of the Republican :? the following shares m the capital Stock of in aU! claims against either the United Btle or ALBE&T ? E".
counsel. the < Attach't for IA'1 3 I R ALFXA
Comment is useless, the facts speak FtosiBA, June 4,1841. Jones, copartners firm and style, using of J.I J I Damages $200. fhe Uniou Bank of Forida. will, by order of the ,Territory of Florida for supplies, or for services Port Lose Mar 13, 1SI-er 3

for themselves. Gentlemen : There is nothing I hear of, in. name D.Fs1er&C. j J oard of Directors, public auction to the connected with the militia ve hereby offer our
Mr. hi'test' bidder, at the front do"r of bald bank, services l all those having such claims, i io aid of RANDOLPH LEWIS
Haper exonerated from the af. from the interior. Halleck Tus. : I
ts teres.ing: defendant and all others interested .
and The and collection.
THE l: erf the thours of A. M. 5 P.M. their adjudication DEALERS in Drugs Medicine
fair. We should have the principal war Chief, now occupying .by notified of the commencment of the 1 pajzj,
regret that his name toenujgee said 1 1.\e having according to the provisions of Any delivered to us personally or trans Oils and Window Glass.
been used\ through the country east of the Suwanneeand nbovesuit by attachment, and are requested to appear the amen dsd charter of lid Union Bank been mile papJ (post paid) will be promptly laid -
and plead to declaration filed in said cause roe of interest doe the Board.Whenever WE have
west of the St. Johns Rwr, and who declared forfeited nonpayment just received large U ajar
To the Editor of the Floridian : probably has ever held Indian command of according to law,12.1641.I. FERGUSON 3m46 Jr. P. Q.QainryJune thereon. th case requires it, lastrectitni will slosh, which i of..e for sale low.aiiti .

Shares. Shar to additional which
ea. given as proof
SIB In b any may b -
your paper of be 12th instant into districts of bounded -
the very large country, Law Noticed ThcmwOrman, 29Jas.B. Watts, 62 noetwaary to the support of the claim, or a. to the ALL articles chafed to uiar cmateawrt,
the 0 ref
ar on subject of the discharge of by those riversand north by the Tus-cu.wiUa Law Partnership heretofore existing be. Orman A. Young Thomas Brown, 334 form in which il mal be made. will be at apecie pricee, and the earn* or it eqaiv-

Wfliu Alston on bail, you are pleased to say: Hammock. (Micanopy,) and south by the THE Wm. P. (f Tbos. H. Duval, has this l I Henry J. Mills, 44Thomas Moore, 40 In ail cases, a Power of Attorney,to as, acknowledged alent will b ..d in payment at ezptra-

"The conduct of the counsel in this case, Withlacoochee, is ,till loitering about Fort day been dissolved by mutual consent. | H. LI'RUTGERS, Asa't Cash'r. before the clerk of the county,in wnich the tieD of.the year. .

'1(Meprs.; P. S. Walker and Thompson & King, with nearly all his people, professing Thor )H. Duval and Benjamin F. Allen, will May 22.1841.-ts' 43 party resides, and ncorC in his office, must accompany All *
under the the having onseltW
hereafter practice lasr in partnership, papers. persona previous
"Hagner,) deserve the severest censure from friendship, and also saying the reason he is firm of Daval & Allen. They will atUnd the Superior FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. W.P. & T.H. DUVAL. years are ,requested to aD1.1 sad

"the Courts to which they belong. It is due unable to go to Tampa Bay, is he is sick,but Court of Middle and <4p Iachicola Districts Q TOLEN from th. house of A. E. Harris, Esq Tallahassee, May 8, 1841. close the same. Ot or.

lo the .ommunity that it should be brought that after the green corn: dance, (about the of Florida and also the Court &f Appeals,at Tallahassee. r ,1 of this city, on the aiht of the 25th inst. a BTAII persons who way- have entrusted us with RANDOLPH- LEW1

"Wore 14) Court tor its solemn action." middle of this mouth,) he will then be welL full blooded Cuba BLOODHOUND, of a spotted claims of th above description will pleeee u.et T.tlbu e.March 27th,1841. 3
erect, end tail about half the directed, and
The office of the former U I ai BL.Joseph thit of color, ears standisf, Po.er of Attorney as five O!
Feeling satisfied that we have not, in any and have all bit people together; when he the latter aL Tallahas, on lb. west side of the' usual send them to us. abn W. P. k T. H. D. TRAYED from the subscriber sn the Uth of

ntrt'"l"Ja owingly or wilfully transgressed will go to Tampa and emigrate. There is no Capitol.Square, in the office occupied by Judge The len\reward wi b given for his delivery William Campbell, ) la Justices Court, Leon with 1 April blazed, a two faee.year old .colt,a bright aorrel

1aw.. or exceeded the proper bounds of faith put in bis premises-the! officers at Fort Allen. I to the city obtained.Marshal, any information wb.r he '5. >eoanty. City ofTallahasDcnjtmia Horse a, giving information Any person,will retnrmin be .alietutj thaLd vs.

1flzr duty, u the Advocates and counsel of King have seen among his people a great Reference can b Tsnnille. )sce, to May Term 1841. warded. JOHN W.
tl TsUaJi'-n.s.-L K. Call Thos. Brown Wm. P. Talaue. M.yIS.'i1 4 Aasampait by attachment for $50, ADAKI
priaaner, we beg leave to state maDr wuundedamcmg themHalleck'n brother. May 1, 1841. .
,. through E. Hetlee.FOUR 4
r.e ( Duvall, E. C. Allen James Broome & Co. Kerr bound in .
j coUttaoc of your paper, that as our pro- They alj<*ay they got their wounds b Ueut.Mburtgb and KirJiMy,James B. Gamble.Afilaefiitla w.ekiafter: date the soebariber Ad. defendant and tlO. inte.ted. will Mullet 81i .' -.

Mwtttl conduct baa been thus publicly aswetUlleeck at Orange Creek. Should. ,-Wm. fL ftrockenbrough, G. I.Flod. o Grand ville Sheppard de u THE notice of the institution of the above UST rand and 'O ell

the eafiimt opportunity! HIllock emigrate there would be but. few' will apply for,''Ian .11 Lot .t03 in te suit' by and 'appear and answer t* the Ibl* p MUIIM. 1)

",UtMl abject to the notica( the ep.iii4 .IndlaM )en'east of the Suwannee. Tiger .. .....-W R. Damn, Peltr, W. Can tier, North addition 2alIahaases.ttaBTu CTXkYEL.AND.Tsllabus.euuOl.t / .m atthnt I.t. ALBERT ft.of &.1.wnD.POflo. .

r prk ) i Tail, I beer it at the wett of that river, his Junior 41. F.R. GIBSON, Jostlce; uf tfcs Ptfa. ; Ptr"11 ts&-ett-
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v '. \HESEfaCIMS ''le Ue: Z -paon88Io1l-__ __ ---- .t, publisW the Glob l I. y.. f**** To ,A. Mar.AI the Middle Dil To t Mar44 FLil '
.'. ar.inidsbtedt1r. name LAW THE of the g4
e to the eipoailion -
an >:
; Qrc, weka after .t. 211 the Ho", ': coantry geti. : ,
l apply V?
lad ft of th. Coart oft on Comnty to tiejpsanifWt and 'arnaialr.tction.of pnrityinjtha THE Union Bank of Florida, having transfer motives which prompted the atwrnfl bj the Fv'e- to wit: on the sav : "

: lor i of Administration County :.tbS. Estate of spHnrsahdchaan/t'rlr-and'nduing 1 1 its bnire. to other genlieme* ,of the rap trty. to prostrate thou eaUblisbmant, by tae WHEREAS, day of November, in tho year of w day of sSS-* ;:
Icre on
them I ba> we can now'be law'es. of U m contract *1. PrinteD to thousand hundred and Ilk .,
McE johran late of said rAi.atv.decaasedJOHtf with { \ In hundred employrd to defecd those who abrogation our Lord one eight twenty- one thousand .Ieal :;
") S rnewe C ic.'an l\r. many have been or may be sued,byjtho bank, in all cams the :Senate. Tti showed tha there were already nine, a Chart of Incorporation ras granted on charter lneerpohhon elrht.bundred and U

Mty'Ikt i .. .. .W and ha ctifed almost of disease'to'wkicbtVra public where the criiul.uml.n or'writ is 'ma-'te.te- six Federal newspapors-to which a .neth is he j ( "., limilationa and restrictions therein f lalive Counci of tho W""lt rr; ,
erry species tamable to 1ra of tbe approach*, lout to'beadded-jiublfshed a WashingtOn411 pro vided, by the Legislative Council of the Territory Bank established .
human frame is liable, the happy' effect of lug in Florida. d to the dissemination of Federal in the o
i ; KOIVB..Q c'Jurl prnciple of Florida, to a certain Bink by the name andatyle and to those w o City I t
1 IX weeka a.rdallbU apply) to Ue Hon. I MOFPAT'S LIFE PILLS and PHOENIX BIT- WAI. P. 4. ,THOS.. H. DUVAL, and Ibo defence of Federal maaanrea. of the BANK or FLORIDA. ard to .1 lho, said Bank, their .10uld become o'r.U"

Judge of County ,of Jefferson county -I TEEth have been gratefully and publicly acknowledged rneysatLlw. luak this overwhelming battery of Federal presses who should be ome Subscribers to the Bank, conditions, luccesSOf and '.i,", :
letters of Administration; d* enu nen, April 3. 1841. of Government with the Imit '' !and
ro the at seat tell more er heir and assign.;-And whereas also, said Charier, wbeh; restrieti. .
1 benefilled auCce.11 said
the et ofJaoob CarleMateof, Jafferson county, I b pnn and who wereprniou.l J. L. 0'& BBANCli, fret throughout the Union, the character of on the seventeenth day of February, in the year of the name and style ofd&it
JOHN FREEMAN.. nnacquainid wi h the & Of the
I phi- "C
Globe t-> bn tarnl.ihidits impoverishes, "
bluth'aly and
de. 1/.VE associated themselves in the means our Lord ono thousand eight hundred thirty. FLoaiDA, -And -I

0 a 1541.I .1 ORophical principles upon which tboy aonsequent- H of the Law. One of them always practice be' and it. political influence dtstroyed, by a sweeping g'I three an"act was passed by the Governor and Leg. day of February, in whereas the all on .t "

(.NOTICE.Q ftct. found at their office. 'i derunciatil of infamy on the part of the Federal illative Council of tho Territory of Florida, t. sand bight' hundred yea of o.r Lord

4. IX weeks aftif date, the undersigned will apply The LIFE MEDICINES recommend themsclros Jo.epl Bruc. 'I:W*, ers Senate.-by throwing the dead I amend said Charier of Incorporation, a appears I I passed J by the and< thiit .:

: $ to the Hoa. the Judge of the County in diseases of form and Theifirst Branch. "weight of an expenditure of 40,000 in preparation -: by the original enrolment of said Charter of Incorporation of Florida, in Ler.lai'e.COUQcil Cr't .
Cur of Leon county, for )leter of Adminislra. every deaription. r Feb. 13, 1S41. t to do the Congressional work, on the hands ofits and of record I I charter of dlton to. end '

on the estate of Black, deceased.t operation is to loosen th coats of the Law Aolioc. ----S. t publishers, (the printers whose contract wasviolated. I in the office of the Secretary of thereof Territory., on tbe twelfth ulorporahonAad.o nd.t'nid

: ROBT. RAYMOND REID. stomach and bowels the various impurities and and E. C. CA- .) and by having this whole work of defamation .: of Florida, .well a by the public! statutes ef the i Lord one thousand eight'cbrQar1.. il the YerI_.
1 Tallahassee, May 27 1841 43 crudities around them and to, PEACHY R GRJ"'AN and ruin the of'I I t hundred
constantly settling ; an to accomplished by judgment Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the> an act was passed by the and thirt '
J NOT ICE. I remove the hardened feces which coec in the law, under tho firm of allocation C A BELL the Senate of the Union t o give it the sanction oftho Governor and Legislative Cunci of the same,- Council! of the Territory Or Gnye.0,.nd ,

k. iIx weeks aflor date, I ahall apply to the Hon convolutions of the ..maleil'intrs\.. will attend the Courts of the GUT4N Middle and Apala-'I highest tribunal known to our counlrry. The And whereas also, a law was passed by the Gov I t said Charter of & rrld.rU".er Lci. ,,
btheJudpor:: the County Court of Leon medicine. only cleanse these, and the chirola District of Florida- work .done by I caucus packed majority of not Legislative Council of the said Terrilo- original enroJment of hol, P'flr I
partially Office under the Union 'Federalists, and the Editors of the Glob are left on the fourth day of March, in tho of our ;Iti and lad & I ib
I county, (or letters of Administration ,an the es- such collected masses behind to produec habitu fiinlc. ry year j, n. aid additional! .nd il'of inc4
I their
i! Feh-29-31 to establishment by t e patronage thousand eight hundred and thirty-ninr, ; record in ni
one tIme
of M. T. late of aid Lore I office of the
tat ClDbel county atcoitiveneeswithalt its tram of evils', or sodden --- receive from political friends for tho Secret aleatnrllr il
they y
ceased: SANGUINETTC. CHARLES -- may pl.pen authorising and requiring the District Attorneys of! of Honda; well ( rI
May 291841. .. 43 diarrhea 'with its imminent datger.1'his fact i is S. SIBLEY, they publish. Wow not ask or receive the said Territory to institute the requisite legal pn- '") Florida.printed. 'by the pBM"Territory ."!' ",Terrl:

Talahal.e NOTICE. -., -- well known to all regular anatomists who: examine ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELLOR AT LAW, sort of lumping contributions by which the banks I ceedings against such Banking Incorporations in. I j( vernorand Legislate by .'t'il of

p. months after date, the undesigned will ape the hurriin bowels after death ;'and hence the prc O FFERS his Profcssionil services in the co c and Federal politicians sustain their presses. We Iheir respective Districts a might have incurred I I,i l lI whereas also.a law was CooncU :Gt.

4 SIS to the Hon. Judge of Leon County Court, judice of those roll-informed-men. against quack tion of debts, &c., in Middle Florda. He r[ will!l abandon the publication of the Globe if it forfelture of their Charters by non-tuer, and lo I Legislative; Council of"the panned Te hl.Coefo ;

for letters of Dismission! aa Administrator of thf medicines, or medicines and heralded to will attend altht Courts in tIC Middle! District .cannot be supported bv the regular subscription I prosecute' the same to effect, so that tbo Raid Chai- I the fourth day cf March, in th ol a

.t estate of Robert Copeland deceased, in right of the world prepared JCp- New Court House. price of the paper. If such of our Democratic tc rs might bo declared nul and void, by the Judg. one thousand eight hundred 'IhSt .
by ignorant The
persons. second cfie6of friends whose circumstances sub and
.; wifeElizabeth G Ponder. tI Tallahassee. Feb. 13, 1841. do not justify a : m ent ,the proper in said Districts,-Anil I rising and requiring the 10.
the Life Medicines is to cleanse tho "I scription to the daily or semi-weekly will I Dwtrici Attn I
kidneys of
; W.G. PONDER, Adm'r.1srh2A184 am E. CARK1NGTO1V-CABELL paper whereas, Charles S. Sibley, Attorney the United I I I Territory to institute the

34 bladdt,and,, by this means, the liver and lungs I, patronize the cheaper publications issued by Q! Stairs for tho Middle District of Florida prosecuting ings &gainllt.sli h banking !requisite I.PI." IIi4
? .
zw I the Extra Globe-the Congressional Globe and I for said hath this l corpor
healhful action ot which entirely ilspeuda Territory, appeared on day, respective distiicts tIi"
1 NOTiCE. upon as might t
the : of the Tallahassee, Florida. I the Appendix-we shall be enabled tt. maintain., in beh&lfoIiiaid Territory, and by him the Court t lures of their charters have "Xtf
months after date I shall to the regularity urinary organs. Thelood heretofore our of by nmnter,tBJT"01-! '
apply corps Congressional Repo term here. in lo understand, and be informedthatthe 1 the .
SIX > which takes its red color from the of practice in the Co .rts. of the Middle the of frwcn m same to effect ao that "Waits
t Judge of the County Couit ofJefler agency WILL of Florida. at COlt $ JO'; per annum and to draw to 8id"Bank of Florida' the county of Leon and I '"might be declared the cI
for final the liver and the befoie it Office in the room ur Iou r aid some of ablest in null and void thi Charters
en county, a etllement and discharge lungs passes into the der the Union Bank I l pens our country Middle District aforesaid hath forfeited !its Charter lofthe Courts bv jlld
Irom tho of Liltleberry VVa being thus urified \Van.30,8141. o trult, under these circumstances, at a time ( proper m Mid Dntrict: 13wls:
administratorship heat by hem, and nourishedby J / and all the franchises, privileges and rights inn I J I as, Charles S.
late of said county deceased.: food 27tf when the greatest interests of the country, and its munitics j I I Sibley! ,Attorney ofli-rS ad.here.
coming from thereby conferredby and he hath ;,
a courses non.a j for the Middle
; L.TITLE BERRY PARKER, Adm .eal V. BUTLER. fut're destiny, are put at stake upon thc events prayed that a tcivefaciat issue to''I District of FlOrida J'-Ld8ui .
: Jan 16 freely through the veins renews every part of the'Yllem ATTORNEY AM) COUNSELLOR AT with which the first might according said Territory. bath apnearedonfk\f; tlV''
1841. L/ V year of the present AdministratioT law, to summon the Sid "Bank of Florida," t ,[, of Mid
and triumphantly mounts the of Pensactla, West Florida is that has i 'Notice.' banner pregnant, no individual who the ( before this Court at the proper time and 11 I !1 en luundersiand

i ths after date, I shall apply to the Hon. health in the blooming check. T1LL practice in the} Superior and County[ ca use of Democracy at heart will hesitate to meet place to show cause if any it could, why the said I tnt Bank of Florid and"be informed4yi.1"'*.*** P1-,*

1 'SX Moffat's Vegetable Life have been Couits of EiicamLia and Walton Ccuutielo i I thil! appeal when at the same time he will feel assured I Charter of Incorporation should attJ'e aul
Judge of the County Court of Jefferson Medicine in the Court .f not repealed in the) \Ti/f/4fa? rHatv,_ ***_ ..Ct'ti. ..._ 4i5ntty or kiln
County,!jor a final settlement and discharge from thoroughly letted, and pronounced a sovereign / Appcal!at Talahas e that this trifling lax for his own advantage, and declared null'ana void; ,; |fir dted its Charter- n.and -all .v. Ioreaaidhatk-r.--.
the administratorship of JUEMIH DREW, late of remedy for Dyspepsia, Flnlulcncy, Palpitation of Sop 5, 1840 G I will fcUKtain in triumph a Washington the long.Ilried THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM l f fMANDED rights and immunities franchfc conferA/T1;

said county oWcascd. RACHEL DREW, the Heart, Los of Hearlbiun cTI-V-S-5--1vru-T: S- and faithful press of his parly. That you make known to the said tcsKR: and bath I thereby '
and Headache I. 'that *
prayed 2?
tl "f
y g, 1841 Administratrix. Apptite. ATTORNET AUD COUNSELLOR AT LAW THE EXTRA GLOBE will he published weekly, Bank of and all the 1'residentsCasiers: li ssUe a JC111 s
forida. according lo law uight
Restlessness, temper Anxiety Languor for six months, to ,0mmon
I. Motticello Florida. commencing on Wednesday Directors thereof that they he f irai Bank of the Qid

t t. NOTICE. td M choly, oslivene*, Diarrhea, Cholera, ILL. practice. law in the 19 th of May, and euding on the 19th November before the Judge of our Superior Court of the at the Florida to apdear before thjs Co.II
CJ X months after dll I shall apply to the Fevers of all kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies W the :,lindie District and in the Court of nest, making twen'y-six numb rthe; lad of whieh Middle District Florida for the County of Leon I it proper onld, time and place, and how caa.
59 -
Court any the
Jade of the Court of Jefferson of why said
County of all kind, Gravel, Worms Asllima and Conlumplion "I1 peals. will contain an index. Each number will contain on the fourth Mcnday in January nut or such should Charter of IDtorpor
ior -
GOBI ( a Mat settlement aud discharge: from sixteen tio.n not he preealed and
y royal
will contain declared
quarto page" principally other time the Le
Jan.23H4I. lo, at
I Courtmoy
the of Smith, late Scurvev, Ulcers. Inveterate Sores Scorbutic adjourned void: uu1I'55,
Jministratorship Christopher --- The '
politic' political aspect arid the Court House in the Cit) of Tallahassee arid "ilKRKFORE:
of said.county deceased.: Eruptions and Bad Complexions, Eruptive Notice YOU ARE
bearing measure bcfur3. Congress during the of Leon. t'> show, if for HEREBY
HE County any thing they ;, 31.\-t COX.
C. \V. DEWITT Adm'r.Jan. sallow, cloudy and other} T Co-pDrIO'r|) hitherto existing between session will be D."EP. That 7lu make known
Compaint dmgreeahle : P. DUVAL special [fully develpe'l, and when lliemselvo hive or can sy. why the aid Charter I! -Central .ank of to the "d;
1841. \: andM.. ll. Florida
16. _- --- !, Salt 1 Rheum Erysipilas, Common has BROCK- the proceedings are considered of much interns: to'' o f Incorporation of the Bank of Floridi" hould i: Ch.er. and .. Di-
this rectors
Administrators Notice. Colds and Influenza, a 14! the various other com E.'BROUGI; day dissolved by m U- the public, they will!! be given at Irngth. I not bu repealed, annulled and made void, and all i ilibertie I-P before the and StockboUJ.7h\ ; 3. that

IX MONTHSafter date,-1 shall apply to he which l The Coi gre; .sional! Globe! and Appendix be- immunities, ; privilege.ar d ,j they Jude of our Superior Court
S plaint afflict the human frame. In F.l WlJ H. will continue to wi franelii-cs. by |t he \iddr; Distrn-t uf Fktda of
Judge of the County Court. ff s nt BROCKFNDnOCGI gin with the ; itra set ion of the coif rrod be for the
Congress com- t same s' lzrdir.tf posse.cion andcOltn'
at County
''r theanminiitratornhip & Ague particularly the Life Medicines have been Ide in the j Ien. lJU the .ourtl, \IoraJa
ty, for a fiual settlement and d"c"argo .,m ; practice nience on Monday, Ihc31 of May next;; and iIi of aid Territory andturther In do and 1 IIf J%pri:l ut
Pistnct.and alirr
of ALXUDE.R. MURRAY. l late rrnsl eminently! ruccrssful-so much so that, i in. I i Court of Appeal the County of Leon, and the I I be continued during the C.ion. The Congres- what the said Court then and there of ii.'i,:': Court i i ieceise tme dale of Ihis'Tlt.. or .,eh other time,. ,the
ot county deceated.> the Fever Ague districts, physicians almost regularly in Jefferson a i nd ionil Globe will an may adjourned lo, at the Court
I- give of
.il \ universally Gadden specially: impartial history the and them. in (his beiiaif f-hall consider and [ .lId lA House of
employed !* County Leon. lime
BURWELL M'BRIDE. prescribe them.4thatlr.1ntot allahascee. Nov. proceedings of both Houses of Congress; and the direct.-And you nrC further commanded to give .,.aid at ti'j' of Tillaha'. ,,
'li3 j
-December 19. 1840 21 Administrator.Uliddle [ requires of his parents; is DU. F. 20lh.S. BEATTIE! AppAidix will: contain all the speeches on both noliceoflhe ir.rlilulion of Ih'l proceeding. ly I| Ml.ps fo.iuljr.to Uve. oi cap Sfot7, sa, if. any thing lIe); for 1l.e!
sides of
I' District, to be particular in taking the Life Medicines strictly HAS numfd: the practice Medicine in all its important subject, at full length, :1 writ. publication hereof in some public! nevtiipaper in I! (..:orl.r.tli'ID[ ot tIe "Central! whjthesidOIrtfrof
Lcou Superior Court. I ten outs or revised, by tko members themselves. the! Middle District Florida.ior. the Bank of Florida "

Robert H. Berry ) Asswnpsit, damage $4.000, I :nccnrding to the direct ions. I is Uot by I newspaper ( to the community., and tenders his prnrrlsilnalseri.cel They will be printed a fut a the business of the i months from the day uf the date hlc'Jf; and that 'I should and, nil not liberties be rep-aled, n.Tjled.! Incl hire ,oid

j !'vs. >altackraent for $1,499.3.is.Jonatlun notice, nor by any thing that he himself may at Ihe house of b. C. S Ii!ofce. is at St. Mak"! j j 1 luo Houses furnishes matter for a number. I i i'l you make returns ottliis \rile and your proceed. franchises, by the immunities arne conferred, rights. pnVJi fI and,

Gaulden. sued .March 13, 184 retur. say in their favor,lhal ht- hopes togain: credit. I July 18 is 2m [The Star will cerliltlat we will publish more numbers of i iat ings thereon on the first day ol' the next term (ftils posse.-sif.il and: control of said be wul' into

able to April term, D. 1841. i is alone by the remits of a fair trial. DIt. copy.5- I wi be eeks in the session. They will Court. and further to do and Terril'fJ';"Iorlli.,!

defendant: and all persons interested, are: Mortal's I .JOIIX II. POPE be i issued the same furni a the Extra Globe WITNESS.-RICHARD G. [ then and receive what the'Md i Court

THE notified of the institution of said a domestic :ledlcalllanual--designer i i OFFERS his professional vervire to the people and 0 copious index to each. Nothing but the Clfrk- of our said Court, WELLFOPD.! l day. consider and there.of direct it and them, in thf*Wulf,,ha!|

suit by a'/achmcnt and are 'hereby required to appear hflh. This little pamphlet, the County. Office in Monliccllo, proceedir1 and speeches ot"* Congress will. be ad. of January A. D I W-I. and the sixty ,-And you are further com
edited W. B. Mofl'at over store of William Hay to give! notice of
by 375
: I Broadway N. York Denham Co. ; the institution
and Congressional Globe ofiWgroceed.ng.by
plead to .the declaration: filed in said case 4 or Appendix. nth year of the Independence ef tae: United -
according to tin form of the statute in such cuss I has been published for the purpose of explaining M'.nlicello.Mav. 30. l l4O. These works being printed in a suitable form for State of Am iica. the publication 'hereof, some pubfis e""

made and provided. : more fully Mr. M Jnfat'llheory diseases, and will --M'CANTS 5- bindidg, with ccpiousindex, will form a valuable. H. G. WELLFORD, Clerk of paper in of three Middle District of Florid,for the

CHAS. S. SIBLEY, Aty.: of PUt I be found highly int.rtlln to persons Attorney and Counsellor at Laic, I indeed, a necessary appendage to (lie library of the Superior Court of the Middle District of J hereof space and mor.ths from the day of the dm
< ;
t.'iatyou make
March 20,1841.-3m 24 he alth. treats upon diseases WILL raclice in tho Courts of the ,: the statesman and politician giving, a they do, at I Ian I Florida fcr Leon County. I retarD of this writ and if
and yoarproceedwjjsineieon
I prevalent the l1dde
eltl moderate on the first
and in the Court of emely price, a complete day of am
tdwin D. Coleman J MADISON epitome
V April! term VIPRlnR, A. D. 1841.Coc Tvs causes thereof Price 2 cenls-for sale by Mr.Moffal's [ fice at lalarflre. Fla. if april 16, !|180; of the political and legislative history of the periO. I 1Subscri1itians 'OTJCE is hereby :iven of the forrguin. proceeding I term of WITNESSRICHARD our sa.e Court.

agents ccnerally.ICT3 W.Carinack I for the Extra Globe! 1. G. WELLFOED
be to
< persons
Abraham Bell* Attachment in con :
) assumpsitfnr Jledicus A: I al mcntioret Clerk
$143 48. These valualle Medicines are for sale I by ATTORNEYS AT LAW Long r. h< re by the 26h;: May. and for the Congressional 'cerned therein, us am thereby 1!I of our laid Cocrt.this 18lhdjj f

defendant and others interested are RANDOLPH & LEWIS. I Globe and Appendix by the 6th June Lcxt, to insure I LEIGh READ. I January of A. D. 1841. arid sixty-filth ira
THE al Dec. 5 19HEADACHE TALLAHASSEE, FLA. all the nuiiihiis American Independence..
Marshal of the Middle: District of
notified the institution of 3 I Florida ,
sid : R.
suit '"JILL practice in partnership in the SupcriurCourtsof TERMS. I Jan. 23,5 by JOHN I'. KACI1LER D. 31 I G. WELLFORD. Clerk of
by attachment, returnable to said term, and I ,-K-OR-NEn1 US!: / the I the Superior Court of the
The Middle and For I copy of the Extra Globe Middle District
the they declaration are hereby filed required in said to cass appear according and plead to law to 'I' remedy for this: dirtrensinjf complaint Ir.. eve/jSWy vi% Districts, and in the Court of Appeals.Ap.alacicola Their t 6 copies do. k5 TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, Forida: for Le..'n Couctj."j .
office( i for the
p. CHAS.. SIBLEY. gaining, is certainly a mater of much astonish D.-c21 il ) present, in the new court house I ..25 12 dna do do J 10 To the .Marshal of the Middle District, "j JOTICE is hereby ffiven of the foregoinj
March rot. That much do. 20 fn1 -
13, Att'v ofPlff ( so suffering should have filt. -20MTSS greeting : ceei'ing' to all
ed for without ;! C7 S.r- I And so on in proportion for a greater number. person* mentioned and CODCf.-
Edwin Coleman, 1 MADISON SUPERIOR Coy1 r any discovery or any 'nldirlnal i For 1 of the heretofore to wit: on the errlilli I ed tiieremn; as I am thereby directed.
is '. copy Congressional Globe, WHEREAS
preventive or cure, truly subject of muchrejnet open Tallahassee or Appendix
4. ;.vs.; i April Term I A. I.). 1841. 1.I : but Dr. S. now I the I Y Frt, Monday I of H on 1 the 50 in the year of our Lori t LEIGH READ.
John Attachment in assure puMic thai January next, fur Girl, !_, Cenh. I II one thousand eight hundred and Marshal of the
Hogan. ) Assumpsit for i "ucl a remedy has been invented will convince I and Boyh under twelvo of ,. C copies of either f 2 50 thirty-lHua Charter Middle District of Flons.
a ) ycara Her i-chool of Jaii 18
\ age. I was y by
$70a 45.THE will 12 do do Incorporation rranl"d by the LegKIalivr JOHN F.KACHLER.P.MPROCLA3IATION (
the most credulous. Tho room be in the 5 00
principles which lit lower
defendant in said cane and all oilier in upon I I eloty of Mr. CUTER'* 25 do do I Council of the Territory of Florida to such
acts are simple and plain. Il in un fact new homc. in Monroe jo 00 ptron"u
t res ted, are hprluy notified of the in .tit u. tint this whether admiter I I street. And so on in proportion for : ishliould subscribe to the stock of a certain;
complaint called I Mlll SITI to teach greater number.
lion of said suit by attachment returnable to taiJtrrm l Icldcheur engages all the brandlC be I to i be oUblisheil in the Town of IT
Nervous Headaco arises primarily 1,| I I I usually required ; and hopes by her aymeJ'l may transmitted by mail, postage : lanolis. ROBERT
and they arc hereby required to and tie exertions in I hould comply with the of said Bank.// RAYMOND REID
appear blomacli- } they have the Nervous the promotion of her VUI.ill. to render paid. at our rsk. B} the regulations of the Poet[ I Ir provisions ,
plead to the declaration tiled in said case accoidiug, i j Headache h may rest -surcd thai this organ, i Iho tibfaction. general Ia. I| Office Dep.irtnient, postmasters are aulhorised tot which. raid H.nka incorporated! by the Governor of Florida.
to law. of 'Tiie .MERCHA.NTS
i CHAS. S. SIBLF.Y. frank letters style AND PLANTERS : HEREAit is
stomach, is the first that I lor made known
ca )be, the I>c- TERMS, ttK containing money subscriptions to to me that
March 13.1341-3m 33 AU'y of PJff. system Q.4RTER- or I4GNOiI-Ard wheraas al o, on. the twelfth Willi..m! J.
___ come vitiated or debilitate, through the stomach Oilliography and Reading, i newspapers. Carr.of Franklin coast j,who
$5.00 | day of February, in the of Lord sands!
: Leon Superior COUI'C.Thc and that only through the same channel must they, The above, wltl Writing Arithmetic, l 8.00 Tile notes if any bank, current in the section of and hundred and year our one thom Las charged: with tl.e murder of John Norton.
s eight fled
Comm'uiV of Tallahassee, ivs. expect a rutoratlOI of the natural and healthy' The above, wlh English. Grammar; Geography country where a subscriber resides will be rcteivtd thirty-two, an art wa!I and is now at large.
the Governor
Sin Chancery. functions of tie' syrtcm. Thin object, Dr. Spho;n's and 10.u 0 by us at par. :p passed by and Legislative: Council o: Now know ye. that I I. Robert!> Raymond id.
11.torj t:Territory of Florida,to amend the Governor
aid of
David B, Butler &. is TaIIahai-j.ee :cJNo attention will be order Charter Florida by
another) ) remedy eminently calculated to attain. The 1840 2i paid to any tin virtue of the authority
appearing to the Court that the defendant I, trulli of this poHition cannot bo controverted, and I'I -'- --- le .the money accompanies it. of Incorporation;-And whereas also, on tho fifteenth me vested by b\\.do I ertby offer a reward of two'
IT 5-
David B. U utter, is not an inhabitant of this the sooner sufferers with the headache become> :O 'ICEI : I BLAI & RIVES. 1 1I t: day of February, in the year of our Lord hundred. dollars, for the apprehension, of the said ,

T }', but resides in Georgiall is therefore convinced of it the onner their suffering end I I |HERKBY' nOlifyal p" the firm of Washington City. April l 101. I :one thousand) eight hundred and thirty-lour, an fugitive: and his safe delivery any Jailor or ether
wil ,;; I act wa passed by officer
ordered that unless he appear here on or before the, I in restoration of health. SpLon pledges biti' .i : is this day dl-Holve.; 5ro5.i tlp. Legislative CoulCll of til- of the Territory. of Florida, authorised tC
| and that I will be SALi I' of supplement! to take !
let of [ ional not responsible for trtnsaai Territory said charge of him.
August next, and answer the coinplain profc! reputation on this fact. The any -
remedy i lion j ? made t>y tie said LYMA.M in the A mall Kortinc-nt nf Prugic, Medicines i-c., Charter of Incorperalion, a appears by the original i- TIe: said William
a Rts bill the same will be luken fur confess j i may be had at the apothecaries. name of the J. Carr is about -76 years oIl

against him, and the ,matters tLertof drciecd ed j In all acidity or 10Urn"Il of t.tomach.. this remedy fi rm. A. SPE.NGLEK. I Oihcc-suitable for a countiy store. Apply at this I I and enrollment, of said Charter ot Incorporation, r feel six inches high, dark eyes and hair'.andiM
Tallalia-, Dec. 5, I 1840. ; jild amendment and said suin>lemenlal of ather down
I 19 a look
cordinply but is further is and when
; ordered that a tujnCthif ) sovereign invaluable : a a general launly i- record in thy office of the al1 spoken to.
order be publikhed.iu ,ore one 'l. ii'tu- b medicine it ia now adopted by of the PLF.ASETAKE NOTICE.BT Lost or :vcretary'uf the Territory Given under my hand and the seal of tisi
,jiapers in ibis for respectable It many B. BULL i CO Mislaid of Florida, as "el a by the public statutes of the [ s ] Territory, this first ot Anrif, A. 0.

printed Territory, four menvuccessively -- mOlt f4mii l. never ticken,thoutomach : have jut received new NOTE of hand fur twenty.two dollars given Territory of Florida, day
A printed by authority of I
the 1341.
I or of the rtfecuof 99 and fashionable! Hats (
pioduces any unpleasant of lever Silk or by Ucorge Young to theubscriber, dated Govero'r and Legislative Council of the
ALFRED BALSH, Judge, .\c.: f phynic. Moli- Skin which they offer to the public rcaconaMy some tiDe in January last. All! sarae,- ROBERT RAYMOND REID-
persons are cat And whereas also, a law was the
by Governor fly the
April. 1841-4m J. 36 Directions for ut.e accompany tur.h bottle. for specie or its "equivalent, and for tho currency lioiied against trading for the said note. A libcrr.1 and LcgisJalive: Council of passed said Governor,

DAVID S. WALKER, Proprietor 1.: SPHON and, M. D., conscience.AUoagood of( Middle. Florida at such rates a becometh rwafl' will h.given to the finder on returning it I Iy the fourth day of March, in the year Territory of our Lord, on J. McC'Axrs By Thos., Secrelnr Jeff.11eirFrii&teS'YbkIiktiius of Florida -

ATTpRNEYAT LAW Ifveltor.For 4,1840. 49 JAMES WELLS. one thousand tight hrJr d and thirty., ,
7. ie, authorizing
sale in Tallahasso by assortment of clolhinjr. Cloth Cas- ----- -- Drug and 'e1

WILL practice tho Court nf\he Middle District eb2 47 RANDOLPH I LEWIS.Copartnership. I. I hiumes and Venting, from the coarsest to the 'I'il Ware Matinfactor and to requiring institute tho the District Attorneys of said: dirine Store next Jure to the P"t 0ice>

of Florida. //is office is the first room to tbe right --- --- I fi nE-t. Pleafe call and witness for rH IIE 'lbcrlbu continue tocsiry on the abova Territory requisite legal proceeding 1. Also, Choice and latest prize Dahlia Root

over J B. Bull'sstorein Tallahassee,where he \'oUrlelvC. JL business in all its and "* against such Banking Incorporations in their
this r.ncbe.
may keeps con- L
10blrlbcr day entered I into For Sale, Districts R. -
THE respective as might have incurred
.always be found. itantly on hand a general amort me nt, which ho of forfeitures i.
peneial and forwarding HANDSOMi: LIGHT of Feb. 20 30E1
& commitlio BAROUCHE, with their Charters
-- : A f by and
wholesale t.
Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH merchants, under the style of McNau ijht harnelI romplet for two \1./rapI. Ity ore a or retail.W to soil pnrchatrr same to effect, ao that non.lc the said Charters) prosecutethe >WAKD B. GIBSON,

HAVING located himsejf in Tallahassee, of- iOrmond. WM. McN AUGHT.JAMESORMO.ND.. I'of Leol.-- Feb.8. WAI. M'NAUGHT.: Sep 26 9 I.J Monroe FRANCIS) be declared nul and void by the Judgment of might the t R ACTITIONKR OF J1BPICI3 .

professicnaUervices to thl public. ). It. 4. HEILNARD's ..treetSTAGE proper in sid District,-And whereas, J V FFICE next door to R. Hackley and E.
He is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Ran: Port Leon Jan 20, 1840 26 Charles \V.
_.,- Remedy for Dysentery, Diarrhaa, Summer LINE Sibley, Attorney of the United States Dorsey's Auction Rooms.

dolph Afay, on Monroe 41 Street. Govtenhofpr & Davies, Complain., Colics, Cramps and Spasms.' From Columbr Ga., to Fla. lot the Middle District of Florida, prosecuting for Tallahassee, Feb. 13. 1841. ,-

_ COITIVIISS10NIIERCIIANEW] Apalachiola. said Terrtory; hath
tho above Four appeared on this day behalf
al co.nplainu, (tl.I Medicine has WANTSA
( lone
In the Sup rfcCourt) OnLF.NS.REFffENCFS.H. IN a certain > of said Territory, and! by him the Court here
o M'ddJistrlct Bond, Esq. proved remedy, hold children and is given to tie small amount in Union or in Life and Trust
adulu. Numerous underland'and intormed that the.
Flordn I Jfelsr. & Fisher, testimonials are given of its Co notes, for sundry small accounts ihatare
Belon "The McrcheiiU' and
(I CHANCERY. efficacy, which be lid Planter' Bank of Ma
) P.
: Kerr & Kirk.ey, may teen the Medicine iffrold. nolia" due, enquire of WARD & NAY.
at the of Leon
Betwenn Andew: G' Norwood, A- ) Tallahaxnee.Messrs. Prepared by Robert S. Burn'.rd, Norfolk, Va. aforesaidhath county and Middle! District Mitch 13 33
Turubull and Ezekiel J. For kale in Tailahasie, bv Via forfeited its Charter and all the
) Moore and Florence Fort
lilalcely Porlersand
Molyneux Witherby, Coo. Liverpo RcclCaftIe Wanted.
frnehi. and
AmN the a Jackson p&rtoe. rn trade, under -I Much 23, 1H40. 4 33 lv. -M'p-4 --, '-6-- RANDOLPH &LEWIS. Brown's Ferries, Ga., and Irwinton, conferred.,privilegesrights by non-u3t.r, and he hath iinrnunities.therehy that subscriber will give the hibel pncsior
prayed TIIE
name style and firm of Moore CreditotifJ&ck.un --- a
rim --
NOTICE. 'otce---- teire-faeiat might issue according law, to stall fed cattle, on being delivered
for themselves and others Kil. : Ala.NLY summon
who mae come in and contribute, &.c. j Filc.l I STRAYED or wlok-n, the subkcriber, al 4. ILL Persons havng or against ONLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum. the said ""The Merchants and Plcnters' Bankof his Tan Yaid, in Tallahassse. .

Coinplain'anl* : and John B. K>en. & I I Feb. 184 Jht 0. I the houne of John Addison' 1 { mile N. W. ofTatahu"l subacribers Blnck deceased will or therstato in the I G*. to New Orleans, in splendid Coaelies, Magnolia," to appear before this.Court, at the J.D.GALBRAIT.LInIadyspep
MaryCeiilrr sdminiNtratrix of William | a bright sorrel HORSE, with a blue delay to posK ROBERT present them without I I n I level and beautiful road along the banks of proper time and place and hcw cauio if any iicould.why Feb. 20.1841.

Center lately deccaned, Defendants. J i hil f"ce, feet white, and a t.ddle.mlk on Gtardian RAYMOMD of RICH I he Chatlaln.ochce River. the raid Charter of Incorporation I shoulc & MibiliousPKEPABSD

his baek. Any information of laid horse, will I be Rebecca A. Black. DAYS OF DEPARTURE- not be repealed, and declared null and void
appoarinfrto the Court davit, that the April 10 tf BY
IT by era ir fully! acknowledged ; and any person deli',r.i.g -- 37 From Columbus, on T..d4YI and THEREFORE YOU ARK HEREBY COd
Mary of said Fridays
.id one defendants abovenamed D.
Cnl i him to either of the public .t.llel in Talla?'',- -51OT1CE. 6 o'clock,,A.M.. MANDED. That you make known un In__ .I. c.t"The C. E. HAYNES. M.
beyond of this uu.
jurisdiction -
Court, to wit.Jn. the stale L.New York. It is considered a ee,shall be duly rewarded tEL persons a.n- hereby cautioned from trading r torn llaUaboochee./ on the same aayssnd same and Merchants and PInter Bdnkof Magnolia," Sparta Georgw.

and ordered that the said defendant MASON W. WILLIAMS any note or notes given y Daniel Buie time after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Boat from all Presidents. Directors Cashiers and Stock. justly celebrated pill, which"! "
: to
.- Center, administratrix of William Center, lately Mary' Dec M. 1 1840_ r Joel S. Graves, as a note of ihe above description Apalachieola lolaand meeting Fort Gainew. holders thereof, that they appear before the Judgeof THESE their way lo pre-eminent populZt7sare
deceived, d. appear acd answer said complainanbbul : A Superior Yoke of Oxen, young an i il lost or has been prolonged from, a letter, the Persons desirous uf going from Columbus, Ga. our Superior Court, of the Middle District of suited to all cases requiring either mild ?- J-

( complaint wiUiin four months from the dalelnelslpublioationof __fcin gvyd order for pile by amount and date not kcown to the writer to New Orleans will find this by far the cheapest .'rida. t tor the county of Leon, on the active cathartic medicine Preirea 7.of _OI (Jcnt.
nnd in -
this orderotherwisc said bill 'he 12 2( J. D. GALBRAITH Feb. 20. mOlt expeditious, 1 wel as the safest and Monday April next, after the dale of this writ, the oldest physicians in the southern < "Jcrj
or such other time tic!
Valuable Dissolution mOlt comfortable way a interJects the a court may bo adjourned having been tested by more than ten yU r* .
will txi takei jnv c&ifuio. I.> further orderedthat lands lor Male.' Copartnership Brunswick and Florida Line great to, at the Court house of said faf.t .
at Challahoochce of were
this order be published of the Iuncriblr having a greater of ; Copartnership heretofore under the county Loon in nrc in his private practice before they
Tin existing of tried
newlapr THE quantity making a travel of but 30 hours City Tallahassee in said to show -d wheneverfti" '
if to the
vrintotand at Tallahassee 10 than is desirable for disown name and style of Baown &, GALBRAITU stages inruugli county pcblir, end having,
published Iho whole for themselves brOs
11. aes( id, opce a. week for four months. effers for sale lliren valuable panttan.-nno: culivtiol,nituated in the Tanning and Currying Bu.inelillhi.; date 54 hours. rOlto. Time from Columbus to Mobile, any why thing the said they charter of aid have, or can of say, I j been pro ferred to all other article* of "'"""supern" ,

Dt thia 31st f Tallahassee The Proprietors Magnolia"shouldnot far general we, to other known remwj-
hereafter every
ALFRED BALCH, Judge &c ror containing thirteen hundredacres b. carried on in the be repuled, ) and made ot
WILLIAM CADY. void and all the Reference the asM
600 of which in name of JOHN D. GALBRAITH annlled in printed certificates in
S are a high slate of who is
Attest, tion, the residue mostly rich hammock culin. therisrd to settle the affairs of the late au. Chatahobrc, January K), ItHO. 27 tf liberties rights, privileges and fran the agents. For sale by
R. i concern. chises the
G. WELLFORD, Clerk. by same confined by seized into RANDOLPH & LEWIS-
all the farm houses and THOMAS NOTICE. pOt
1 outbuildingstbe BROWN. session and control of said
For raised this. Dec: 19.1840 21 J. Territory. and further TalI&hasseeJan. 30, 184t.IyWOTIE. ......__
Sole or But crops upon plantation have not 1 been .- D. GALBRAITH rWlHOSE who ira indebted, either by note or. to do and receive what the said Court then and S

A TWO-STORY urpassed by any in the country. Another, abool Cotton Welching:.- JL account, to the late firm of Gorman and there in this behnlf shall e.nntider and direct,and .

HANDSOJIE-' situa. the} same distance, northeast from Tallahassso, THE subscriber appointed Weigiier Cotton, Hall, will call at my office and settle the same you are further commanded to give notice of the ALL persons indebted to the smbscribsrs by netS
a %ted for ( 'jontaining$ about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory of an act passed at the last i immediately.By institution of this proceeding by publication hereof account on the let January, 1841.
'.Rail bUt H' Port near the centre of land ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation ; and I of the Legislative Council, in.- so dnin" the costs of action at law will be in some public newspaper in the Middle District earnestly requested to come forward and setua w"

) M Lson. A lib- another in Hamilton county aboat ten miles from I forms the public that be is prrpard respectfully saved, as all claims unpaid, will bo put in suit at of Florida,for the space of three months from the same 1m further indulgence will not be gjCI.' **

.ra cre.it.L given of on gooa security. We.ari tie -5u annec Springs, containing abou; 2! ton either in this city or it the Railroad Depot,_ the first court having jurisdiction.JOSEPH. day of the dale hereof, and tut you make return account will be continued for the present JMVL

( businsss"t.Uo thol wishing a fuorable'Lue ace.a small part in cultivation, with farm 01.8 His scales are manufactured at the same place BRANCH. of this witind of your proceeding ccptiug with those of our customers wbo M

o & This land is of superior quality for L cul those used by the United Slates and as Feb. 13, 184.Geore the first day of tne next ierm of our sid thereon court. punctual iu paying their accounts with '13.BETTON& _.
t.I OftMOND 'like gnerly.
of sea island cotton. wise by tho of Wir a.--RlCHARD FISHES-
weighers t G.
,Port ,Leon Not 7, :i.<40 lMf cotton of Edffley has arrived in : WELLFOR.
Also a tract of 400 acres, I the natur.1. bridge New York, and have ben examined by tho In. Digger is hi. town Clerk of our said court, _Jan. 23.

from on the St. 11 miles ; of Tal I spector of scales and of said profession, A. D 18-11 KLRTKMAN ABE! HM.conimIIon .
the. Camp Major Churchill: Mark abut e&t weight city,and prov Where he wauls In be well known January and sixty-fifth year ; Z4AL'kW.er
.STKAlfED!!&h on the' 25th lost a,Sorrel: l lab l'; ., is a rich aluyjal.oi. e d correct. Price weighing, lOcents per bale And cash is his decision. 4 of the Independence of the United States r-e-

hirh, the bajris partly of upon it there is also a fine mill seat, (greater D. M. SHEFFIELD Weigher of ottu$ 5 aug 2 of America. LVsw orzsaa1; -

tb.down 5,. and baa la water powerthan any Middle Florida. Tallahassee. Ot. {l& fW.C.MILLE Stfed. R. G.WELLFORD Clk. Refer R.K.C11d rBqd.Jns.171819 .-

'bt co I..rol foot. Any These land. will b, sold a moderate prices,and FROM Quiney, six week since,a SORe

t reasonabla credits.'and if desirable the old with? three is of /
own t.iU''r .1. the U v HORSE.batfour NOTICE hereby given the forjo/ng pro OTlCE.J --
r'il P.lul Rou I can hare tlnlon Block pur'tte .Cs.r.ofWILSON white feft'ane' bla. the.face. A'liberal I : to mentioned
or will ifOmaL. u'wm.4, i Bul upon *-p'rt WRIGHT & ra. al persona concerned U1INQ mbsencePop'f
tob r. ehu.: W ,: CO. ward given for Ms therein I thersby abe D
(.I MM., lRADEND wi return, or far inforaUof II a direct* .. MoMieel1o,1stoy ,** **
.J ;', 43 wbara bafoutf. ,
1,111 : r 4 21 I S 'POdj *.'ui, f ek IS.&J Apply at this ot S MaB kat ;LEIGH Diatri txrf READ.Florid u .

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