Jacksonville courier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028424/00023
 Material Information
Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
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 - 002025285
oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00023
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Succeeded by: Jacksonville courier and Southern index

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,,.JACKS, #, IltE) ; 'CQUIIIIEIIiruBir 'mountains' ?. )I caiso i6ned' her'fort pea {ing takers'who' come ',to', The point! ns fast as presentments of 'the Grand Jury, 'for She his motion, was read by its title and : I. !' !
xis/ONO>*,A WEEK. BIT much, .fearing. that. it,wouli exhaust, possible, and, 'whom the pungency is Counties of St. Johns and Mustjuito.at the to the committee the referred '" t"
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GjOMifcR &, 'eo1., j very! thing; They generally usbf a 'sharp June Term,1834,and the pecemberTcrm, ; i
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) you area snuff'a of pin and on his motion ,it' was'orderedr Mr 1\ .
Iligginbotham notice
",ERM9-: $ 'is'! Bl; paY8.bl half yearly' stranger, dying n 'a strange 'land, youightfulitistothinkjto points. Others are all rbanitf,and I |polIshed that so much! thereof IBS relates law, be some future day he?will gave ask, that on ,- '': 1 I I '4
I I foadvance' Jbgte papeJlI2 cents; : will' know' hoer' J t i demeanor; they, value Uxl style,' as referred ',to the Judiciary. commiitee:-so traduce bill "To to !in- .,:, .' '
/ vertise erne inserted, ,and :contracts speak of bo ne.,. ou may have J]attention much'IU) the'sensation, 'and oflTej the box much,'as "tatestoIFinancQ be' referred to Elizabeth a Underwood, change'the wme :of '' I
e forge: tladvertising:! ,, in: reasonable of skilful physicl s,lend kind friends'but' around as"muchrotit faf dignity r1, benevdi the committee oil Finances-rand:; io''much Murrliee." to that of' Elizabeth .:, ii f
tans: ?> ., the heart, will yean) for the tenderness of a lence. Some'.take 'en tiff irrital others as relates to.'Internal Improvements, be referred Mr\ Holmes 'notice 't 't
comnimtcaUons: t by' ball" jbe"' "adt mother's', love JJj look that sooths the 'others In gave tliat he will) on }' bJ
UI may } bashfully, a manner as ry as the to the committee. on ihe, State of the some future day,:ask introduce
EWitiiAM8/Editorof: .A0 .Cou- pain that medicine hnotreachthatarmsthe iifF with ) leavolto a f
Dressed | e itselfj generally an e omy'f Territory / bill to amend act
rlerlstage ja,al| cases, to be paid., _, affection' ,of n ure' against' Its sufferings. the vegetable ; others With a lu rianceofgesture ; Air. Fitzpatrick presented the petition of The Report an Of pharles concerning Austin Executor Treasurer '' ', :, i .. I IiI

You' WIll .tl] n learn" how different ,, and ..a Javishnpss of'supply;, that Indiana/C. T Richards, with an accompanying of the Territory,of Florida ,, takenup t i
'A :AIiTIN4'SONa. ore the attentions ne\\ "of moister article its was !'f
owe to, motives announces and sheds certificate t praying to lie divorced ,frotn
.:.t,1JM.urI"t:;> ;.0 kindness' and duty frpm' those which,the superfluous. honors: 'over' neckcloth: and! from her bnsbandWoloott l 1 Richards*" Al. ", ofrbir"Blount eordet.pfjha, 600 day 4prlnted vuid! >on copied motlon I .,,;

4henwill7! }lt.JI1 ., yr.friericls k/ heart cffer&j'ajjd d'\ j"-A 'this' cciv s.',AfterifpaTiSeTShb coal Drv Johnson's 'probiabl/6rie so"the"'petition of Alexander Patterson, hereof are ordered. ( ", i !", :,

t.mrtt: :: rfrVnen > contwueu, dying.among of this kind. lIo'sed to take it out of his praying to bo divorced l ,from liis wife Eliza The Report of Thomas Brown Auditor .!"; j f
\ thefaal,! relight t'th8 fareweli] of day, strangers is indeed a hard "death. .If you waistcoat pocket, instead of a box. There ":"with accompanying' certificates Also of the Territdry of Florida, was taken up, : ), J land I :.
: knew hW the Bart turns from,Ui9 attentions -, I is a species of longarmed snuff erst that the petition of Mary Ann Child pp rayin g'tobo'divorcod'from I
from the"rock. and, the rver.is passing ayay offer the in''n hale! on motion? of Mr :Blount, 500, copies: ;,':t fl
they aJJ'which'they, cannot perform operation style\ potent, h\Er husband Child arc ordered. $, I'! I
W)1en.the air with adeep' iJ1g hush is fraught bestow from the looks of pity, to/the and elaborate?pie aintion, endin 'with a within accomjHUiying\ certificate ; which, The House then adjourned until tomorrow 'r ,I ;
And the, heart?grows1;bdrdeVd'With' tender looks dr love that,are far away, that:,have sudden'activity.. But smaller and under, on his''motion, were severally referred,to a at 12 o'clock. "" "f" I"
thought -" watch/d( 'and/wept'over our tomb-to feel men sometimes''attempt ire He fikt. buts select committee.r \vithJ leave' \\0 'report by SATUnbAY JANUARY 10.TTin 'IIOUaq '-*,n.1 i ,' i' I
Thenlet: it be) the'awny of those, who;will'watch i in"pain his head'on one side., then stretches''forththo' bill'or otherwise-Messr9,FitzJ) trick, Bellamy ,t'pursuant to adjournment, a 'quorum 1
for oAr rn-to'tbink't how the eye will arm', with pinch in hand ; then, brings and,, Downing, were* apjioiuted being present, the journal of yesterday's! k'
)9hen will,,ye think of the,,kind. friends?, grfty dim,, 'and the cheelc.pnl at.*the round his hand, ad a snuff taking ebphant thereon. proceedings was read.; .
:When will I'I e,think,of me?-; 'the/ght' that'the conflict is indepdover: might his ttunk(; and finally'ahak; mufti);: Mr thi petition osundry f On motion of Mr Bellamy, ''l\tr'Dt1Po'nt\ r '

.When the rose of the? ,ric midsummer.time. an'? the:',child' "' has fallenl iinsliieldedibp the head, and'nbso'( : together., i in a suddcr vehemence inhabitants i of the City of Key' a member elect, from Gadsdon County l ,
b klet of a loVer-io>be (denied bf convulsion. His eye-b ws all West, praying, a repeal of ioccrporatipn f '.
'i fill'd wit6 the huesof4ts glorious wasduly: qualified' ] ,and. ,admitted 'to :Itako
i ; prime ; i leathj; thekind ,J look 'of that only: love the whllerard' lifted up;'as if to' ma e''',the, said city, and ', for other pUrpjscs) therein \ liS sort; ,.
'Whe Y8 gather its.1 bloom l as in bright hours! t Vyis .unchanged thmug'hiifeto'feelti : more' room forthe onset; ahd when 10 has expressed, which on his motion, was referred On.: motion of Mr'Bellamy, 'Mr\ Dup'onl
Jl'I, I ."' ./ 'ti s'of this world draw;closer'round\ the. ended,' he'draws himself back !to hi 'per- o'asolectcomrnittco-Messrs[ Fitz; was added to*the,committee; ,on the ;.,!Jill '
|>om,tha,,walks: where my.footatepe\ no;more b art;' 1t th',mooient they are to' be,'sever-' pendicular.' 'and generally proclaims J the patrick! Downing'an4;, 'Walked, wero',,ai l>:- chary, and on the Stata of the Territory., I '
maytread; 'I".. '<.-, -\ forever-imagine'all this,'and yowillll | victory he has; wen; 'over the 'insipidity i of pointed? thereon, 'I' On motion of MrDuvalMr Dupont was '
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Then let it bet t I,have a'faint ,idea of the ,feelings"of a'ingexile.1 of the precious moment, by a'sniff i 'land a" Alsothe: presentmentsoftbe'r'rant! Jury addedto thecommittee,911 Claims.! "'1. e
: : I .' .great. ,bah\".i-lLeigh1[ I(' Hunt's. Journal.: bf Monrpp.Cbunty\ made'at th adjbiirnodDecerhber On;' motion,of Mr.FJtzpatrcky| ,'Mr Duval .:
'.Wheti-willye: .think'of me, sweet,friends f' The next' mornings' werltto.visither.found ) ; .', Term '1834-r-whicli;oulils {notion was added'to,the committed on Banks, oj '
''Wlien'will Bethink''of ine?' .' ': r, her:still in her chair,. hut evidently : L4)' )< iLA1'> V ,COUNCIL, referred to the '.'comniittbo on. ,the On motion of Mr\ Blount. :Mr Putnam '
:'When tin ddt \hears b'erflow .- .oio'wealt anaexhausted, ;The; :'bright, .. .State f thd'Territory; was added'to) tlie 'committee Finance.. ,\. t
the sound. I lime olden' your: eyej.At ; f'', lye and-:unnatural bloom 1 were/still,; there WEnaEsnYi JANUART: 7r-rtheL: : liouaemet'piirsuant 1 Mr_ Duval: ,offered,the, foliow&ig''' Prcam; Mr, Putnam?,gave, notice that on/somo: a ti i :
of'i ; JUt her countenanceWasmoresdnkiando11ow. 1 bid and Resolution to wit i / '' ;
to adjournment a: qujbrura f'uture'day, ho, will ask l leave;to introduce
'"When'ye heartht\ roiceofamonritairiettea.iii. ] .'' She smijed( when' ; she/saw. .Irie being; present! tile.journal pf yesterday's, f f Wf1EREIthas; pleased! } Divine Prpvt-r rdence..to a bill;.entitled aii act in relation to'Fe s. / "
When'ye"feel the chum' of a poet's dream' );,:, i enter* 'and'r mpdpncd/nie; to her; told me in&vbic'e''tnuch'inore ,proceedines'was.feadr t.l. ."'. '; nove'fronTi'amorig'as' / 'IS, NXirHAN /.Mr'.Fjtf. patrick gavel: notice, slat ho ,will 'r
'Then' let, tt 6: Y .' r', '''' "' feeble than Iliad before The, folio wrig'Stnuding'Comm-} /' Bras; :a memlxsr'eloct'of: this body from introduce: a bUr at Mme. future day;' to pn y
"if r /l ,' ,known, .that'JI; }had come to-(bid"'her were appointed tiy the.:'President of the the County of Leon: vintf Ifymas, :The vide,fur taking! the Census of Slid' Territory, I c
thus let p y Hem; ry be,with'you friendd'1!Ij, farewell;; arid jK>intipg!, to.thejsea,! which Legislative,Council 'to,wit i.' [ members of this body impressed!with"the of Florida./ / ;/ ; i
.Thus. ; .ever,thi k of Joe !. ., t, /f. ; was viSibJe'.fron .''the. window' near :which ., yfoJuA'ctaryMessrs., Smith, Blount, most lively, sense' of flip great bss'that* they ,Mr Downinjr gave notice" tbat'{ 'ho[ willIritroducQ f
'Kindly! and gently' Wt as of one., shi3'at,;'she adde$in'a,half' la 'ful'nian; )' Downingj, .Walkerj; Putnam, Braden. and tlie'country'have"austnintd.:: in a' bereaverrient"that a bill{, to riiiiko,New Smyrna, the, ;, '
1 For,wKomJtiswdl! : !to be fled and gone f ", I nerI;: ; shalt soon; embark : Itfeel l.; that! ; J .J ntmce-MessrSrBlouBt, Uamy, ,Fitzr has\deprjvcd: tbcni'or''thNaid I I Cpin\ y.Seat' o( tosquitq cOunty.. ,: / / / : i 'I'' I 'ii
have seen the sun .rise for .the last time, ri. Love, MHcheH\Vbo'd':, I 'ofone from whose elev'ate/1/I birdiesardent'zeal'for ) lllr iiuvai'gave\ 11Quce.tbat on'some ,flH, ,y j .a! 'i
't.,of,a.1 oral i ,,froma.chaia'ugbopnd,'!! ;; add myself, with the ,tbouglrt, ,that Banta -+ Messrs.: ""Fjtzpatrick; Smith, ,the( 'public' :gowl], .arid'' past''' turday) 'he, WIll askjeav'e to .ijxtroduee( ,,a, i fry!
{9r a wanderer'! .whose home is found i it is the ins sun' that" shines ,at borne)1; ) Blount, Putnam 'fllitchell.\ ., / :, service;'so'much/was to h vt'bC h anticipated bill# to bo entitled flu act for the jpncourage- ; Z I I I'' Jj;

_Solet,, it, ,. _., sit and_:watch the, waters and the breeze lestioni-'Draws; Love, hunter Me-.! +and)desirous' 6f niak/rig ft 'propermanifestation { i' ii tvkftfif tc. ,ui, \lcr.hl1U1CIf.. *t"t % ">$'<*i.&ilf."'"" t oJ'l
.t -. : .., .... ., and thVclpuds! that coma WIn'theeast\ ; ,as Neil;Tar Jeh.MacbriValkcnf a: ,*-J of their regard for departed Mr\ 'Putnam pursuant' to not co'prevlous.! ,: : / :, : I
... ',.,,-..\WE'CT.IN .":':'CE' 4,"E''' ; !ftliey4cbu? Id tell ni e ofE'n Hand and mpseI'loveJ'Jt.Beerna f.. ''Slritfr.lhtTerrilo'; -)frrai Bellamy,' merit : ly I given, nsked'and obtained leave..tu jn;, f ;, ; I at
Ijis': now ;'between', Wo, and Tree yeah :: ;Juupd tl'ourweak/ ria- Fitzpatrick, Putnam; Walker, wning Bo it diereforoRcsolv; That In token troduce'a.'.bill entitled an, act to .Incorporate :,\ ... \ : j\ J
since a young'Englishman,with his sister, /'she resumed' after1'a pause'!\Ito besummoned'eu'early .. .J\ftiitut.\ T.Messrs.Priest, JIcKinnori, of their igh''I1SIie'ct">!; ,"' for the memory ofthe"deceased'arid the Iltliodi.t', EpUcopnl) Church,;intheCjty fl' \; '1 : l'' '
a beautiful'and ;accomplished girl of six- to leave,this beautiful PariSh; Drown, Holmes. j I their deep) "regret for his of St. Augustinie-" ," lich was read :'I. I" '
teen,' 'arrived in .this (country. Having ,;world;yetJ: regret 'ifmord for: my friends Agriculture.-IIessrs.,, Mooring,, Priest, loss,, the' members of, the Council weak' tlio ilm! ''tiuio'by' its title, and made! tie or-J ; I .
business to transact here.arid, thinking that than'for;! myself. I.desirfltp( feel resigned McKirinpn i Duval,'MaconJ; Edyyixds,Jligginbotham. crape on tlie, Jeftann'during; the,remainder: dec: ,of the J day for 'a ,second 'on. Monday, '" t
'4 change off climate and. sea air might be ,to'.thedealings'of( 'PJO'yi; ence'in all/my, .' / ; j present tjessiou. next. /i t"' = 1\ ''rif
beneficial' 'her.h 'Jth,' he brought her, sutfenn f : & and trust Jcanfcay, Not' my will 'Enrolled,JJtHj.-Messrs.: Putnan 1.) Brqwn. /.4ll'' the rule.of the House being waived Mr Bellamy pfTorcd.the resentments bf 4 "''I .
with him,and having:placed her in a beautiful but thine;0 God, .be dots .? Then giving Braden!, \lolmes; clward.s. the' saino' 'Was' put. 'on. Its'DassagO, andado the Grand Jury or. uval,( and retired: ;situation-Jm left her, to nib/a small packet of Jettors;sbe ad4edt--l ,; Claim.T.-TMessrs.. Duval, MiKinnon',I 'pttd; ttJisDece.lqber TerOJ'lwhhh 00 hit\\ :.
attend,to bin, tiuSin/ss income, other part 'ypij.w l1./deliver ,.this.' Then ;.drawing ,. hunter'; Iligg' bothain; EdwardsNSchools' 1 The i annual Message, of his Excellency motion nu far ao they relate ,tu the lay '. i" : .1 I
of thQgointy. ; ,] utJLeo'pp; > ; learned i that me/nearer, and',lowerin her voice /phe : {mdCottegc,,=:Neesi&: Downing, the Governor was.'takeri' up from the ordeie weroreferredto.'theJudicIary Committed'\ .' "J fc.; :
this beautiful and, nferesting,>female,; zoos continue4 With some h 'cation.'Veraie Priest.rMacpp1, JBrbvvn;Puyal. of the day:' when the'1linuso'resolveditself arid all othenlatters'thcreinarorefarredx I : ; ; R : t i.h'
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the): Victim of'tha disease which", jiri his one rto'whoirj my affecao'ns are pledged; ,;And :on )pjptjp" :of ,M ,Putn'm. .fifty ihto.'a eommjttee'of) '' the whole l th'emdri'after' .to the'Cbrrimlttee{ on the Stato pf beT,; f r't fx t I I '
desolate;,:march, :"e eepsso,'many gfthe, .to whpramy hlfnd afoul have begs)girpii#" .printed copies are, ordered t | some'time' spent therein the comp' rhory. '; -.rr 'f \,. .'
youngjajid'eautifi !into the grave., .Cpp'p I fear'most for him.I. 'cirinbt know\ how Mrllolmes f:gave notice dint: rp"'would mittco:hrbso;i'; Arid Mr Bellainytlierefromreportiid'tbe 1\1\ Mr/'Putnam/ presented 'thepetitionrofPeterMitchell ( .fi I t
su"mpuoryThad. fasttnedf 'upon her, yoypg he"will'receive-the'tidings of rot 'pegth.He. .' on"ebme. future day; ;ask l leave to introduce. 'following esoNUo /,t wit : arid, others,, proprietors'of .: }
Djd;',jdeJic /framL'Tarid'TJ : : <,ahh'oughfor\ .atiine is already on, his]'passage to thIS country a bill, authorising,, Jobp; .O,'.Sewal\ to .establish 'Resolv1ed, Tbatl3o much pf.t tbq( Cover!, the' y I lachua Grunt i,'I praying! |hotforIhepresent .,. 1 :
atappeareit: to' aye' been checked, lit and,?yilf. soon be'here; ; promise. ,rri( a ferry acrosstbe Chipola rver,nearMarianna. DOf.', )t?8 1t(as relates to.a survey'of,.}he?, f thelarids combine l,..ht'|inn<< grant' II j
uddenryreTappeaad\witKaU,the, syhip::; not to', part'yyith thisletter; ;;>Lilt Uito,blharidsv. f Coast",of FJorida'' --the ,building 'of;\Lfgbt may bo exempt 'from tuxation-whiclortf I '"
tpias"Rf! speedy andrBpidr'disBpJutfoh., Hef .*prie thing i 'morc' ,' she:added,'am j Also a bill to'divorce,Martha Ain I'arkerfrom -' houses--;o.Internal:,. Improvements, and his motion! ,,>yas referred Uo nBct'ct.ctmrriitte \ ; -, '
6rpther,'W8$*Jmnjeliately'.,sent for, bu; the showed me' a small) miniature pf( her lover. her husband )ViUlamj, Paifter,, the,:cpnstri tio' arid keeping| in repajj'/o, ( *=,Measrs.'Putnam, Fitzwtrlck| ,.and, :
letter?'didii! pt Tea him(; until l it was'top '.It was his fret giftEai4;; ;she'ana: I'misedttever'to'part'witit.1 : !i /Mr: Love gave riotjTce i that be will at Saine common Roads, be referred}loathecpmmi|. Smith, werp: appointed qri }that cpir'imlttee.! '
,late.! : ) :tthen jearpid. that:' shf;'badaloverwhooeituxiety ) h'en'lan'' : future day,'ask leave to introduce,a bill;to tee'on the State of the Territory- "y I Mr:.;)loI\ offered sundryResolutip'n .!. f t
: fed et'healdt:had induced dead, lay it on my heartland'let! it be buts amend( the Ejection,laws of this Territory.. ;Rep9Jved, That,so 'riiuehtltgreo(.as 'relaiefl -, in relation td the establishment of;a: nail;; ,
.him.to lease his country' 'to; follow( her eid with me he will, then' visit ray.grayiwhen i ,. .On motion/.Mrpelhwiy( Slojiesdoor Elhst I to the jRevenue/arid/tli;, bereandtbatbe'Pgtaovractuallytjithy, ) : 'he comes j.'then tell him'that I |pyf( took ,the path'of pfEoa. its collection arid disbursements; 'sad also cello: Alahnma-which yere read,and, {_hi' i 1

nnaoai .., 'H'... { .. hjm, ,the;.laety .Promise! this* I promIsed : The IIPdusa tli'e.n'adjourned, .. until' to-mpr- as'relates ? t ''
>;Her Btuanrvi' anpyfy.gtreisng' 1 ;j ,, / rowatlSS.o'clocklT;; '. to'tne, cbfriraitteo on kipasce, THr Downing; front the ommitteqtq; ', ?
ner.brpther/abser' hey Ipver,.pot'yet amTed. '.'It iienpugh: ,} eaidpie.'ruow place: rap :, ,A\ uaauAi' ,::4 iwAnir',8The(! ; 'House Resolved,,That !so niucb thereof as ,:'re-,1,1l whoniVaX,re fferfediba I petition, of Hester ) : .
a stranger,. i strange tend,the' handof So"t;thai I pan, see the watershp H\ilr( fme, met I pUrsuant'tor.adoupjment( :; a quorum l hates((6the, inoal\ l, C e-rTtJQ: fiiariper Burke?reported a bill J entitled an act to di-' ,, Y, .
deatE)!I?pn* Brand' c6nscibusthat; .. |n from./:,tbuce-teli|, hunij[ that all my' Ian being 4 prpsen the. journal of. yesterday's: of arresting fugitives frbmiu 'tJf.eJ"an4 j; the l vprce I/ester Burke andThomas, Burke '
vvas:dealing:: wits t" ret tiev4>"d4n.; thoughts which were riot claimed 1 bv,** J ; ,proceedings read..., compensation .which shall be the which was read and oh motion bf M r Bel'
mu". r..eaca ';Ph"1.\ J .1 Eviskedber'eop. :, : vip: ,were on home and Jntn.' 'n,1JJ l luatibpahe i1 ei f qtr l utnam inattrolOdme( ;future'davi owners ofexpcutedelava i ,,be.referred' ,. to.- I lamy,.rn/ide: \$,e,, order e/ the' day for* asecond 1 '
andyi" tifl I thoughTTier. : ,!ifeWyee expired. I he WI UXe.k le a committee on \the J/udjcIiry/ ; .rpiyJinjr on to-dayf \ ,
'when. lTeluctokly;"d".JJJr.q my have since fully redeemed mypled blll, to"entitled, ,'on' act, providing for the Resolved That so much.thereof us,- relates ..JJIj Putnam frpm the committeetotvhom.e 1 '
v sits till informed shi 'X dtsgsopu4quedi, ..atoy The portrait of the lover: was ,buried (wi-9 pattitiop'0 ; I 1 in J to the,..ubje'or Educat tp"ji IMt referred wa'f ryfcrr d.the of Ptarylr F.ohntnne : i j i
.absence! ," ,1'rota. ediat' ;ly- called to see berg ,,1 visited, the; grave, with, him, ,anddelivered' the! Courts gfLawandequitjt'tth;; ;| ;.,']er, tbe.C9mlP.itte., Schools, "and: Colleges. refiorted a hill, entitled':an act lo'au-t j
B.-... ,She IiIluwg' : a ebair, ieX:'head .the, message ,ehe;,had.; dictated. ritory,, *./ ,, / JfaJbiIVto ,, r ,, + thorite' $!arv'J. Fontan.to leD andconWvey. t
reclin'mg oil the back/ .tl4 hat:4pnatursl But the blow 'waS fota|,to:one.. already )% rf f o # :: be entitled h/act. \ Resolved, That so much/ thereof as jte" c but .uU fultbioon; ,80 cuiiartotilq: disease. boring under fejeble 1 health, The canker;, ,, .,.:...1.,'n.Laws, relatinto'th \Qand hates to the'Central JUriJ< ,of;!Flordaand; ; | inptlohjmade; the'oroerg f], the/day t'
Ier, e. /itiudled on amoment. as'I worm too was'in t jhis heart; and the lover collecting( jajTerritprial, .Rev cue /or-, the the Bank of Pensacola'and; tbf acc6mpanying >. lyr: a secondr; ending pa'Tuesday next ?
'b is kid: paid,' ahe" had now. ,deeps at the,side of his.jetpved. Territory o1I Ioiillg.' reporti, be referred!to.tljo({ ,committee f A biHentiiled en act'tq;; divorce Hester
preachedi, ; and; ,toolit;berg tit>whichi was *Also/. J.n't.t to ba'/entitled/ n "act to ;in- on )Ban,.., .. Burke! an41homu .Burke I 't. was% takeniip. 4 .,,
aued t waste ." Jp : ,S.'aFr,TAnxo... Yet snuff,tiking is an' cirpbratethp HetboautEpU: :pal Church. >Vblch 'was conearred'lnby the House, from the pfdcr of tbfi day_On motion of, '
b>azice of p, ke},ewn-+', bi e resek'.f1)d. old custom' If we came iudd nl J,..ihwhaaforoign ; 1'P p City of St.. A-U} ustine.V and said Re olutop'were! put on their... pas.sage Mr Bclbrny, eald,bill, was .read a seebnd, i ;
-I fee a'RtPAnD'H' in yo bautiuuI counbv'b country. It vyoiild pick ,- :.Parish, gave )q-rr-th t', he will on and BJUJJl V. arid third timeJb y I Its title..(the rule of'tho
: ut,'T'r'J>I eoo., CQ.ttome.: 'I. eouldpal'y with I laughter., IL, graver some future 'day,,introduce o bill to}incorporate The House then adjourned',until' to aao--, House being waived. "j and ---t: Ordered* i '
-re p3y b. j.w ng band t beM- -r.ptlgrnon.take 8.,:little. asks hilt his 'die.Town. of Horiticc 0. row at 12 o'clock, that iljj t .tlo- b r*# as before stated .. 1 '
1l11 ., 'toQ >UP fob Hnce.'I pocket, puts a finger,and: thumbiat brings '. Mr:'Downing presented t e, .petition, ofMrs FaiOAt,:'J.tbtr4aX Q-r-1 J ;; ", Iioure'metpaistuntto ? rPWl9'f ,,ten' adjourned\ : unutblond'oy -
Dot. fe dpr\h q..coa -AUr.'" I'ip nway a.pinch of' k sort of powder,and then, ;,;Heater DurtCe: pray io' I > pe divercedfrom I adjourtiment quorum ltcdnpresentthejo4rn.of :s W 1 aH2 0 flock. 4' ,, : l
In the' :; ) that"me. 'fritovide' nfeo4o with the niost. serious air; possible,\aajf ,hewa44oi he;"buslland Thom I urke--which ( [ .f efm.' J''prpcfflueii 1 d fwDAYJANI/LPX2.-T13;: Up\M\ *met,
has r t but t; 1 I one of the; poet imp ap*:;actions on tm motippi.together with he,accowpanJingigueetwas -, was rea",,. :' VlaDC.to Adjournment,.-a quorum being, ,
.that I eould'meet' ; n"with I o core' t ,of ha'lifk' (for even with,the ornVfe| | referred to i select(Doro- frputaainpursuaatte previous.ooticc, m"'eent, )J fhe journal t 1 ;pf Jet,crday'yw, : 1 1
tndertbe a1lQOt; 'k t tbefdegds different S man takers there, U: a..ce.' wwj arritritee"Dgiyniog; l, .1'am1' ; and; : MkeU spd.pbumed, leave to l Introduce -u A vV.>lins% was rash t. '
fllm1'hcQt.... Those look, bf("mportancej; ) proceeds Blouat, :were appointed thep an. .' bill);ito .provide for the partition of fealandpersonal : ;;"Mr JlcNeif eye notice,that on MOW $JV ,I '.
,' I Ftm whjc lilfday; be will! aM leirt tcijntroduc's>,
: Old tb of in tho Ppur, Iatwauuy.n.tb .
bu petition
1sP q 9dai? tb rin: k eps.thitistine it at nose. ; I MiI'FtJ\\ pi i! : pjipperty; 'Ct '
rp,3.t' :t' iS' (M;: to be fntitlfti on *ef. to fix oty ,
eutboueed Tern' li cxi perman 1
his Ju to
d WJP4 o4'brq he shalte ,ha} pad, or waistcoat,pr ; ,,praying w '
be" :;. noseitself) or all three, in ,the. wyl pf a;. by an act of th jLegi lative ( until,to sell hu motion by its tide ao4,I refer.red ., } the C P WH.r :
"ft'.. "T;" ,, : ,1o for & ')1d of the f
"";""fe :" m-v. ; e" Qw' d" .FlV.. ,. man:;who JMLS done his du i >tod. isatiffjed qrtin real -&*&& ,therei. i expressed j tp the | rgittaa., =terms; upertor. : )
"elpj t1i 1 t J 'L ''' .i the most ious claims of his l i well bgta ; "rmr mpjiop ais.r\ ;rreq to a ae* Mr jJ9bue susnt to preytot*notca, Court' in WH 'f .
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tudseeyth: ft..1. }, thq.yartouatgode lect commit' wth'eave q report by bill asked !and obtained leave to. Introduce Nrflrradeft gave notke,, that en,,I IMbUI r '
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wime future (day will beg leavo.td,.introduce The condition of this obligation i Is such read the second timenmade the order .., ,pe-cted by the Presidfintlof.rOid'. united
a bill, to be entitled an act amendatpK That whereas, the said R. D. Wescott andI. of the da fof. a third reading'on' to-mor : oQ.NGnf's'I' Staten at the oPening of the present session
and in. addUlonfto, azi"'act, relati g'to .' D.Wc cdttr.? composing: tbe; firm'of row. ,: : ),, ....' ; ,: ;i- ( of Congress,' ft Is, inexpedient to pass
lads, Iliglnvnys'tnn'a Bridges, passed: R.D. &, J. have contracted The Ho use then adjourned until t -mor. IN SENATE-Mondajf\ Jan.* Mr.'Leigh law relating to the shall'6f 1831 app any"'
Executive ''
Fcbrilnry 4th, 1833.",, with the said for the publication row at 12 'clock* I', :, submitted the following 'resolution:' furthertuiformation Deceived; from

Mr Duval gave,notice, drat. bb some future pf the Laws of the' said Territory, according WEDNEmet DAT, J.NuiI\Y.I4..The: House Resolved, 'That the, Secretary of the France., I '
,day, he*will ask leave, to introduce a to the Act of the.: Governor and Legislative pursu nt to:adjournment, a. quorum Treasury be requested to Jay before the The amendment having been read_
bill'to 'entitled an act amendatory of the Council l of said Territory entitled an being pros nt, the journal of yesterday'sproceedin Senate,a copy of any;:letter or letters from Mr King, f Georgia made some, remarks -
TBeVe'ral J acts r' "regulating pafrols.o act for the continuation of the Compilation i was read.Mr his department to thq receivers of: public in support of it. ''

Also a bIii{ to be entitled, an act to re- of the'Jaw of this Territory Approved \ Putt; im gave notice, that on some fu- money, or any of then in the course of A desultory debate ensued); in which
tho G2d section of an act relating to February 15th, 1834. ture day; J 3 will ask leave to introduce a the last year, \(\if any sich letter or l letters Messrs. Clay!\Webster, Buchanan, Cuth-
1 crimes, and misdemeanors, committed by Now, therefore, ,If, the said contractorsdo bill to be e titled,' "An act to Incorporate have been' written,) ptrnorting? to contain bert, King or f\,1a. Leigh; K ng of Ga: Cal- .
I fv, slaves, free negroes 'and mulattecs, passed, within six months, from the date there.brurniab'tho tl e,St Au, ustine; Wharf Company. information nud instructions to the said receivers boun-, Clayton" and ;:1allm,I l\dge\ parcicilly i
1ith'No'V.'1828; Executive of said Territory, MrBloi\ l t gave notice, that on some future that, for' the iutual accommodation ted When- the' Jatter concluded. his re-
; Mr' Bellamy ''presented the' petition-of for the Territory, seven hundred and fifty ,day, i will ask leave to i introduce arid of the public officers and creditors: in marksMr.Kiig : : '
'sundry inhabitants of Jefferson ,County, copies of each of the said volumes according bill' to am the 'severalocts: ; incorporating ; their neighborhood,. of,the receivers, and then hdbpfed the Suggestion
)pVaylng relief.for John McDowel n. as to :said contract t", to* ,bo. distributed i in 1 the l B nk"of Pensacola, and for otherpurposscs of the Treasury Department, be; the Secretary Mr Clay,,with regard t.1 his a endrent
therein xp'l'CS8edj-which; : on his. motion, such manner'as is or,may bo provided by) proposed there :ler to direct warrants The question' beingpon, 'Ue resolutioa
s Ayas1 together with an accompanying; letter} 1 law'then: this obligation to be void, or'else Mr Dili al presented the petition of.R.. J. in their'' favor to*.!such .receivers, for as amended to wit I -
k referred to the Judiciary committee".. to .be. 'and remain in'full' force and ''Virtue.. iiackley, dotherscitizeniofLeoncounty ; payment, .-by them'; and fur Resolved,That it is inexpe ient at
S MrtBrnden offered. the following I rescind' Signed/,; arid ,,delivered, i11. ;praying relief; as therein expressed ther,' that it would ifi the power,of such ent to adopt any l legislative m asure in pres.regard
I ttori! 'to wid'i' \ presedce'of tea; wllI hv< s ''read,' arid 'on motion pf? Mr\ receivers,' also, before''I warrant'should be) to the/state of affairs tween the
Resolved l '''That the Executive 'bf' the 'n.'D'V s QTT, ,(Seat J) I II' Blount,; inferred to 'the ''commIttee ,on'. obtained by such; public!officers'arid creditors United Stated arid France. ,

Territory be requested'to'corrin)unicat i,to by' his Attorney.? ; : Claims.:, and whenever: suth 'receiver"sboul the Council :>v,nether 'any 'agreement: has! JNOVESCOT'' ,, Seal) :'On mot on of Mr\ Blount, the'Reports of have confidence in ther honesty and sol; which were ordered, 'and ark as'follows nays,
:t ;;\".' '''' been made''with the/contractors 'flit the1 !, I '. JKO. WEscbrf, Jr. Seal) the'Treasilrer; 1 : udito of the Territory veney, '1t take 'ifdrn' ; 'assignment by Yeas 45. ''; "
f ,,t;,'" "It'r?,, puhllt'atiop'bfihe{ first volume 'of the' comb! ) JAM.8D."VE:' ," ;rT'I'S! l lVtJ.'t. !) of FJo da;were; taken up from thetable ( them, in their'own fayd"| of.their,supposed So the resolution''was animously
I piliatitinof the Laws'of the Territory of \ B. NUTTALLI_ { Seal J JI ) ; aDd',/with'"th$ accompanying 'documents claim on the TrenSurj tttooo receive a warrant adopted. ''
I Florida-' **for the publication) the second? I :11nttr. ; ", Seal) referred' t '.'the committee on Finance. -', in their 'own, behalf for the sum due ;' and
; volume, under''the net, hereby certify 'tie above.tp: be a'true, ". '\I that all the Warrants 'nau in the ''manner -, t+), \

,15th;'; 1834. And If' eucingrcenent hasbeeri'entered ; copy: from the original 1'' Ie.'Jlf office! Ori motion of Mr Downing; Mr\ McNeil first stated,or received in t\e name of such TheTHUR v'Ou'r; 'r,,. '.
,. into'wltnt progress"'lias been G. K. ',WALKER, Sec. of, Florida: \ was: excuy'sd nfh h ', S D A :Y JANtAR
made! in.!the .publication, and! when,.,the 'Vhichvn8'read: cbnimitteei: to'whom 'was 'referred the 'accounts.' And that. the, Secret of'. the} : :; Y.29/,
{ ,samii may* be 'expected to be completed, Mr McKhjnou''gu ve n6tice,that on some'tiltur petition,of certain 'inhabitants of Madison\ Treasury, ''in case such ',instructions 'and We have given.in,our,paper',times, week
':' Which was read on his motion, (the ruleofthe 'dayho'vill, ask 'leaVQ to ''introduceabut Countyand* ; : \ .: Priest was'::appointed inhis authority, as are above mentioned; : any, portion of the proceedings oCo 'in a
JIpusp" being walved- put tin to II' 'vide' for the building a Jail ,in place of.like,1 import, were in feet given: whim gres relation
', rte f paswigb: Adopted) : the Codnty' (Walton ij: ': )JjilrMacon.. offered'' certain resolutions, to the said receivers of public'inoni be to the French claims.. There seems to
i '' Mr'' Bellamy! offi-Ted the following resolution Mr\ Bellaihy Coffered a'memorial and letter touching}, ; the'subject of ,divorce:-which requested 'to communicate to the Senate be a ,disposition, in both branches'to; keep

to WIt: ,from.? .L. Kingsley! and,.others,,prayingthat were rpud arid laid'on the:.table.,, the particular reasons; If any there ,Jjere, !cool, ahd :save gunpowder ,The':questions
Ri&Ay&lThat(; the''Secretnry'' : of'theTerritory. certain iriyileges be extended' to'free 'A,bill entitled, wAn act to, div* se! Indiana nor mentioned in the letters themseves;' presented in the President's Message; and the
P o '4 .- .':bp'' requested to furnish'each' colored'pers >hs, which was''rendand''on; :'Cprdelia' T.j i Richards arid VVolcott' which induced him td give'the same; \rid alternatives"'proposed 'td be adopted of
tt : standing commUtee'with a full copy! of the'Laws motion 'of: A r,Fitzpatrick: ; ;preferred; 't6 'thecommittee' Richards,. was read ;the'third'tifri The to'state, moreover,' to ,what,receivers.of, vital importance: 'II w its spirit' ,are
't ; since the year,1828, inclusive. <& the 'Judiciary '' yeas arid nays being'required on;),its 'pas- public'moDeys such letters and instructions will suit
,. r, t "< '.W'iellwns'readoml' ? on'his' motion (the Mr' McNflil.:present cl'' ''a ,petition from' ''s.agc-by Messrs..''Dll al and'Macori, Were] have been ''sent, and what has 'been, fi the' King of the"'French,' we cannot determine.

I; : 'ruld ofthe'JlbusQ being waived i ) said resblutibn'was' sundry persons,citizens fl\Rdison'couuty,' Messrs\< .; Bellamy, practice': of..such; 'receivers: : :and of).t e We shall,' in due time, have the result

I r, ". 'jJ+put'on' ;' its final "passage and was praying the passage of an act to authorise BlountDgwirhig, Edwards, Fitzpatrick? ,Treasury ,Department: ,in cpns'equeni in black and white: passed.f! the holding( fan election for conimissioriers 'Ilolmes Hunter McNeil\ thereof '
ft '; Iligginbotham, ; .. in an abstract of the Message-will be
ft-ft:2'":: Mr.Pnfnam from the committee :Enrolled in said' county, to select a county'site' \ Mitchell\ Priest'J; Putnam, and_ Wood-14, M\ r' Calhoun submitted the following're found a ,brief history of!the origin of' the
t:,' .Bilhyi-renorted: ids 'correctly erirollVd Which on otion, of Mr,Do vning, was referred nays, Messrs. Braden, Dupont, "Duyal. .olution :, '' "
I4 I ,::' ', "An to'divorce, Hester1 Burke, andfThomas 'to; ;.1' select ""committeeMessrs.: Love; Macon,;'McKinnon; Moorifg, and '' "Resolved; That 0'sele t committee be'a I claims) and ,the. ,negociations in relationto -

,tt I : '' jBurke"-which Siyas. signed. ( bythe" .,J Downing, Hunter, 'and ''McNeil, ere'ajipointed i :' Walker-8. 'So,:the said 'bill is, passed. 'pointed, to inquire linto. the extent;of:Exec' their adjustment. That|..the; faith, of
I t ',:' President the on. J I Ordered that the title be as before stated.. utive patronage, the,ctrcumstances'whichave'cobtiibuted nations, has, not. been complied,with,ia_very
I i 'Mr.Fiizpatrick'fromth'sblect'bommlt- Mr Priest presented ,the'petitibn'bf Samuel : ;; ''Th'dHotisa'thenedjourneduntilto-inor-' \ to ItS' great i increase 'o evidentbubasto; ; the properRemedy;,, and
i l; : ,', tee to 'whom: the'matter had'"An'act'todij been referred' ,,1 ) B. ,Fitzhatrick). praying, for [reliefastherein rpw'at'12' o'clock. : ]late;'expediency' ;and; "P.r cticnbU; F o thq..proper: .means of,redress, .we leave to

' '; Reported: a bill, entitled I : expressed-Jwhich' was read, and THURSDAY; JANUARY 15.=The ,Housemet reducing! the"Bame,and,the: means of:such Congress;to decide There 'are gentlemennow
t. 'r-:; vor6o'Indiana Cprdelia 'T. Richards'andWblcbtt on his niotioli referred to the'tottintitteeon ,
pursuant to adjournment, a' quorumbeing'present reduction .that,they have,leave, to report ,
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who been
Richards was1 and Claimsl. body have intimatelyand
which read the journal of yesterday'sproceedings by bill;or ptherwisej \ .
d made the order of the day 'for d,80Coha ,Mr,Putnain'offcredthe, : following'reso\ i were read. The Chair nim unicated a repprt frorii constantly acquainted with the just demands

'; rendingon Jo-morrow. ,lution. to wli: ., Mr\ Holmes gave'notice,that he will onsome'future the WarDepartment'made'iu'compliance? ; 'of'oar titizensV Negociation'eeems: I ,
h t n i the' hill, entitled' t ?&'An act to' incorporate Resolved, That the;\utility'and propriety'' day'ask leave .to introduce a with resolutIon the last session, show- closed, and we trust that the Interesting ties,
Methodist\ Episcopal l Church in'''StlAugu8tinewiwas :'' of revising' of the acts''nbw.jn force; be 'entitled nuriaber of
nmny bill, to "An act to'retain the ing the: .Revolutionary! other which have allied the two countries,will not
-; taken up from the orders as to their,amendment, addition'or'Repeal, ,Territorial Taxes ''for the year '1835 and pensioners the United States, also, a eevered'without'a'breach''of' '
;: bT the Uay'it'nd're8(1' a second titn'd,on'motion he ''eubmitte' to' 'the cprarnittee, bri'the, 183G, so -fur"as respects''the County, ofJackson report from't the same Department'in ant.swer : I be. : faith, which:
I of Air Putnam, (the rule of the House Judiciary, fbrltheir examination report : for County purposes. to the resolution'of the 23d Decem, 'iri the opinion of this, and 'other"nadons;;
t \ being l 'wniVed) and said bill read Ii ,third thereon- -whi h .wasjread (1d'tluj-u1Q'; f Mr Brown gave notice, that'he' will, on ber l last, ought'not tb bepardoned. '''Tliere'ire rrecol l
t .1 l time, by its till.k! pnssrd. Ordered that the'House being"waived) put'on'its passage some future'day,'ask leave to' ntroduce'abill HOUSE: .OF REPRESENTATIVES.-" lectionsconnected'with, France, which we

.: the, tide be as,bho'vo"tntcd.: and passed. to bq entitled, "An, act to amend 'the Lewis niored reconsideration of the vote, all should be ;unwilling'to los The history

, 1 ,. Mr Holmes, on a former day,' offered' the; l\lr,Bellamy, from.the committee, on the Attachment.Law. of, tile Territory of,Floride" ,, of the .HpUsej; Ikying' ",the bill for the reJiefofSusan'Decn of,our struggle,for liberty'is connected: ,' with
; following, resolutions, to wit : State of the tb.whohi'the '
; \ Territory, matter Ir ;on the' table and'the
;* $.9 'Resolved ':That had 1.been referred the" / : the .country of .Lafayette., Her, gallant.
reported: folioyvingf :
Mr'Fit ;patrick'! offered,I'the follomng further consideration!i of the motion ;was
"sr requested to use hisoxertionstgprocure: resolution: 't resolution to wit : pbstppried to Friday'n.ext sons, while, we, are,build'ing'monumentsto.

the establishment a mail route' fromCiimbclton ., Resoly'ed; by the Legislative: 'Council of i; Resolve 1 I.That a committee be appointed ;' Mr: Ewing pfflrcd the following .resolution perpetuate the,exploitsland'sacrifices of their
Florida Monticcllo 'in Alai the Territory Florida, That they highly to co ract for' the printing' required ,. which;und r the'rule; lies' one 'day :' fathers, should not, oa't'nation;, 'shrink' from,

'y bama., approve' of the presentments'of the Grand present session of the'' Legislative "Resolved, Tha the'President ,6f tlie U. the ,performance, of, honest\ 'a ld'"' honorable)
m Resofved, Thata'copy'of thq 'foregoing Jury for the counties of Johns'nud, Noun. il arid for printing the ,Laws States be'request d to transmit, or cause to promises. *

resolution bo sirnnd bvthe President and l\l liquito. submitted to'the Sui erior Court which (th! rules.of the House. being{ 'waiv-:. ,be' ''transmitted. i tk. ,this. House,',;Copies? .of. *' 4Fora ,
Chief Clerk \ -
and forwarded the die
k 'to non: at December Term thereof 1834 ern i) was ton, its passage :anti! : passed-: ; every circular,lecef ot;instruction, emanating [ the durier.J] ,
Joseph'M. YVhite. tpuchin the' ,rgpair'of Fort} Mrrion l The Messrs. 1 tzpatrick,- Blount, and Macon,' from the Treasury or',War 'Departments Governor JaQkspri, ,'o's'bis'[ 'appoinfrifiierit'
? Which''was'' tnkeraup"fl'Om/ the orders of completion the sea-vvaH' at St.: Augustine 'were'app< Cited on"snid committee.A eince the 30th day'of June last;and to 'office!: :W Governor: of 'this Tgrritory'formed :
r' the day.nrid; togaih read, put on,their 'pasaago ?' Tn'e construction of a fire engine, house : bill :ntitled! "An act to authoriseMary addressed to either the 'receiving or dis the'' 'Provinces ,f East"'and West

r'r ? and p s8ed. .' ; upori the government l lot in said city 'where' J. 1 ontain, to sell"''and convey certain bur n/ing'/ 'officers, stationed hi States wherein Florida l into'''two, counties. All the f' couny:
; ,s The5 President laid before the ll.use the the Court House has' been recently built, rent'tlJto therein described, waS .ta:. ':Land Offices'are established, or public, try:West'of the Suwantebeingriamed the'
-, 4 report rind'Account': ;Current: :'of,Willis'Als and\ the procuring ;:a ,fire engine, ,wIth the ken iin( fr m the orders of the .day,-read works are: constructing! ,under,the authority county 'Escambia, aid: .aI\\ 'Fast'of that--
rr ton! .Commissioner? of'the City of Tallahassee -, requisite apparatus| ; to i protect that building I the'thlrd info!arid, passed. Ordered"''that 'of Congress:, ; /" ', river the!count y:'of St. John's; At the first
which'was' read, arid 1 on motion of Mr 'arid the t'duabie'documcnts''therein' ( ,the title bp as'before stated. Mr Gamble o'mred'the' folio wing resolution session of the Legislatce Couricil'at': Perisacola -;

"Fitzpatrick. -, referred, to, the committeeon'Fihancd. deposited, in case of fire; ,Also,the1'repair! The Hi use then'adjourned.until to-mor-. : which, tindef the rule, lies one day: ; in'1822,'two near counties, 'were 'established -:
; of the causeway and bridge in the rear of St row at Resolved 'That the Secretajy'of the Jackson beWeen Suwanee and:
f Th'eilouseh'en'adjourneduntil tbmorrbw : Augustine;an the road leading' thence to 13'cloek. : Treasury bV'directed to digest,' and prepare Apalachicoltl-anc! 'D'tva), 'between Std;
at;12 o'clock. Picolota'on. th ''S : 'Johnsr i ever'md NeWnansville IIO \ M NEW YORK TO:; NEW and bmhiynicate; to'this' House a John's river,;:arid the'Georgia line., In,
,, !> TtrESOAT, JANCART 13.-:The douse ; ''in' Alachuabeing'part;'of the ORLEANS} of fine ?
'' The'discovery a har- detailed'plan' by which the public ;revenue 1f324Nassan'county wts formed put of all,
k met pursuHtu) to adjournmepta'quytum; ; I high way frorij Sti: Augustine tq Tall Juis. her at th i mouth of the' Sawanee River ?f the 'United :'Sutes may be ,collected,. that of npriv'of Nassau'
part river
'' Dyvalt j;
: ; being :present, ,the journal of'yesterday's' '' see', originally- pined by the General Government i (Florida] ids given rise:to many agreeable tafery keptj;, and 'disbursed, without theigencyot and, Duval was ;cafe did over the St.John's .
+ : proceedings 1 was red.ia :: : ; Afeq the opening'andconstruct; nnticipati ns' among,the''' citizens 'of New; ; bank, ( rJnu. either ,State' or ? to its'! present i boundaries. The
'Mr Pre 1ttent '
= '' laid before the House the ing a Canal l"between St.Augustineand six Orleans,; rhich,will, doubtless,'soon be'realized National... KMr towel 'ofo'Jacksonvdle'"as first''settied in
ibllowjlng} .communication' received: 'frOni' ,mile creek'bril thev river St': Johns, py 'the''Bulletin ,we learn '''that '' \ Gordon 'asked 'the unanimous con- 1821, by gentleman, new. a citizen i of the:
Excellency, '. the Governor: ; wit : Resolvedfy' That 'thb ''subject ''referred steam .boats/rom New Orleans Coastwise; ent of,the House to submit' motion toptint place,'to 'wnprii ;the: <:cblntry! generally is.
a' EXECUTIVE Orricx,. 'l'' to in the proceeding resolution, and on l'CI1chingtbe harbor 'in' question, may 'an amendment which he: intended'to much indebted fbr his iraisewprthy: exer-=:
'. January 18th. 1835. ,IS'To' I upon which .t4e Grand' Jury have,so ably sail{ up the'river through beautiful'' country offer to the bill regulating'the' deposites'of dogs; against1:' obs Glee unfavorable:
of the, Executive1 Couritty othe, Territory '! and; 1Jyexpnt f; ssedtbeir' views, are"'of? vitalImportance ,! 'for forty or fifty miles: From'thencea P"lic; money hi the ,local banks, whichs'bbjected to, his'epintedenterprizrr' :many / ,h'e''attempt I: to'
JRjforw/dV to[the''lntdiests 'of the people rail road,((1 the route which l ; was examinedby wti to.Mr'Gordon build a' wifderness. 'The improvement
"Agreeably to'absolution' of,the Council,' of St. Augustine, Florida r arid 1] !' up Own m,a
? } << the disu guished Gen Bernard) may \ then moved the si ti' 'iri the1 ''was slow 'until
of tlie; 12th inst requesting such information merit the serious attention ,bf Congress ;] be construct d to the navigable sources l'of the rule which suspe plafie atthm
p. ','' ; 10 was agreed_tb; and,, the within the two !last yeire and time
as 'this office might afford arid that the Honorable' '' }
; Joseph M. White. the St. John arid SC: from
; fary' livers endrn nt was submitted read .
t1 I : ,, aud'or.red it bids'falr'tbybeco: /'th 'largest town in
cfp'ubl1ratfoh r 'a Revised' :Code of tho''onhi. Delegate iri Congress from Florida b6, and which the \vUole of the dangerous navigat to be printed. "
: ', Laws Territory,,')passed the;'l,5tl1 of' he i is: hereby requested to ''use' his' best exertions tion'of CapejFIprida'and the Gulf Stream TuZ'Sq'ATE' Wednesday 4 14th' .,Snst.' J5 pleasant or7dAA4AniJCfr situation t !rat ro'itQveryifiealthyand also from its favoraple -.
February, 1.834., I have the honor to lay'before'JYOU'the to, procure, the necessary appropriations being thus voided we in other ''business '
'' 'enclosed ; '' may, two'or; tersome of no interest, 1 ;situation i for rade'j; 'the'eiJ 9rt:' and
copy, of a contract and tq adprit'such other etspa; as may I Ibe three days, rt&twise, reach Savannah! and roc eded tQ thq consideration-of the Reiort -' import being 'rriuih gte8terlroDi this 'dis;;
R. 'D. and Wescott, made tile requisite ;'to carry eaid measuges ,.into, Chaileston/ "which' latter :
i ( city again I. pf the, Committee on ,,Foreign Relations t trict than i from aty other in East'Florida.In .
2lthdaybtAugust,1834. the terms effectResolved '
speedy the'line of Jit I teamers' takes you to New. ,- and the resolution ''appended, cOn.. I the first ,>te'rm of theSuperior
of that it.WUl be' : pecembeW'ieS} ,
} lie'rCettied that further the 1
contract : 0 r YrkJn.el8) | of 70 80 hours. To cerning bur: Relations with "
certified pr ; France, in the'following Court ft* the County, held,
75Q.VQlume8} of the work, are.to1 be delivered foregoing .resolutions, ,by thePreside'nf Savannah; K d indeed ,nearly words ; ? vas
to :
; Charles/ here. It
'; ; ,, for, dlstribiitionhvhldn'; six months and ''Clerk : was a ijojrel and pleasing spectacle
of this be
House :
tpn, the route from' Sti: John's river it'is '
may Reaolved'That; inexpedient( 'at 'this .fevrbuiidings
: 'witness. 'TBieni were: only a
fVpin it.1ate.. ,Mr'J. D, ,Vescott gives the forthwith transmitteil to the' '
Delegate. be
made air ost 'entirely 'inland and time to '
tie ; pasa lay Testing In'the Presi- trees
I j was, ( r'ule'o: the tween the i l h nds and coast If a rail toadfrom' debt authority for '
making'reprisals 'on'Freneh aasembledton'
I ,, J Urtb time agreed or' perhaps earlier. 'I house be1n. -- -- -- ---- point on Pimlicb in
: //the'coritingerifcy'
property the asiol. ing.delighted'with
,: '_ '' 'rltiasr'aI! then- r'JriQ.Ir.by thcsb I'rcacntthat. EATON WQRit" ,, and Mr'PuttiairiTfrom passed\. tnc committee on- En. another'Sound ,jn'' 'Nor A- water route would here offer United States the '
\Ve8t'ott, and John' Wescott, Jr. rolled Bills enrolled hidemnky stipulated by many ot'them wtnessed the proceedings,
reported as correctly which the"Dismal "
,, R uliiil Jt iilp.: W icotft Jr, Wm: B.N itttll." "An act to: incorporate': the Methodist conduct, directly, bj to Norfolk Swamp, from ,whencewe would hq'troeaof 1831, during Chambers.the present 'ses, of a Court of,l''T t'' '.---;and 1 where'cMr: lour!
kY over,a
R. ;an4 IV.'Braden- of die Terri- Episcopal Church in St. obtained. 'g' peac/able .asceridency
Augustine, arid take th -
.w Jleeior
route theChesepeaka Jtf.ClayWade some
present '
through : remarks in.-which
; not .
; ( where.it; bad
t fI1.ltrV 'held add also
o '! firmly bourn a resolution In 'relation to the estab to the Delaware Rifer New *, aid, ;he did not' deem it' Jbfn'IWs. '
tovbter f
rb''Ai Governor of.the1 Territory pf FIo' lishment of a mail route.'which was '' necessary
signed York. Aim st the whole1 distance from into 'a protracted courtwu'bmftba18; but
rida'nthg his' in discussion ,of the The 4;
: successors In ; the6r by the.President.
New Orleans to New York '
being thus by subject, and conclude*} by expressing a dispOsition i is still In nnflnished and requiring"repamto
) ThM
Thousand lawWi l an
A bill states
; '
at i 'Dpllarsf to authorise : J.
++ Mary Fbntarie to '
; steam
% the Sea. to the '
{ aZ-11 ,nnd'etyaltered'from 'n odify ; reaolutipn 'in nl't ffi} 'wb1e ect"itdendy is eonfin
mC( Wind\ ttpnirey certain real estate, was "
tufrtlr8tttue''nbvment'otwhch' I' (New York Star rm which was.consistent with the : W the,
object affbfdea
11 w/ bidd 'takenip, from the'' orders pf the day and he had hoped,UJ will 'be' ;
r 01 '' t.;eiecuio riL'-"and ailmlnV teas the second1' me'. On notion of';JMr 'Suta' =tn bdcaf, 'U. S.-On the 14th Mr in view. : County; )by thejGeriend, Govern ent; Mthej \
King''bf :
Georgia 'submitted
,rose brhe'Un
L1 I' J ie1ii' d 'eeverafly'flrigl' : {tb Downing,23 written copies'of said Whine inst.the non JAMES'M, WAYNE'of Georgia the' following am amendment eubstitute Courts are held here iemiannnalryDf' we conceive
vital,wf i; out sear l& i dered,aht| it la made the order of the day having produced his commission and for the ted Stdea District Ju3ffr, .
+ resolution ':
reported by the1 committee the CooiiV claim] : on the
!' has p,
.dat' "or 4 g\ifrl.tai\ ; $ tb yea'pf :for a third reading on Thursday next. qualified according to law,took his seat as, : "' a '; ''

yXLordy ?:''h, }O Dd r'ight j buodriMd:end, ; ':A bill entitled, An act to divorce Indiana an Associate justice of the Supremo Court Resolved, That u the French Chambers tional. There'ant Treasury lianr in tbat behalf''of tntCTnalw jm-
C.'T. Richards objects
ttllrt and '
; 'Volcott'RlcJu,tvas U. StatC& have'been convened earlier than was,exwo. ptOTement for kbich u would he deai bl.i *

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obtain apploprl_..9D9 from the Goran lying in the t riverjVa! a 4 aMon Suitoay last S ,1lAIL ftoAD CoMIUtl'lCATJOl'f' FJtOl'i'Bos. NEW GOODS.. NOTICE'TO TRAVELLERS : i/i< ,I ,

ont and none that could be of greater on the beach about a,mile from this place.- TON TO GEORGIA.-While, we 'are d' cus..1 Subscriber 'r has'for sale tie following "" .
'1l 'netii't en!, d't14ewO' le Union, than the proPeninsula- His name was Alexander Or J *,ageji&t known. sing tlio practicability of this or that project ?- of merchandise' It < \.
bt"rn eered Rail .*!WM 'acfoss'th.e. A j1UY.or Inquest'conaisiiitt of twelve, per- I the enterprise of our, countrymen ia Superior .<' I''
it would be rutile.to anyr" already into actual executiot'dif. $550 I ,/
say per pair.
subject lllg \
sons,of which S. Streeter,J sq...was: Foreman,! .1 : A 371-3 be a,regular. for t; j
,bout, after the very lucid and able ferent links of this great route, which is ina good quality Negro cloth c. .pr yd. THERE conveyance : ;
g summoned by Williai C J. Mille Irish Linen front 60 to a week from St Mary's Ceo. t I
of 'Peric1e published in thegpumbcroftheCourier. was Esq.- few years to bind .together the Atlantic> $1.00. Pablo,
loon by to St
Augustine to leave
St MMT'Severy
They proceeded the rev examined thebody I States with Best plaid Jlome puns 7 yd*, for$1,00, ; J
- up the Great,West That.vjIich 3-4 Homespuns unbleached 1W() Wednesday at 9 o'clock,, P.' M, and 1
per yard, .
M of'e.. deceased-an returned. a ,ve. would have been though the dream of a Superiorfancy stripes 183-4c<< .. arrive at Pablo the next,day .
'h TBS WZA.TBJa.-'Ve: give 'the.'' follow- diet accidental drowning' We have not maniac'a few years since ia already- \king Silk h'dkfs from GOo to $1 G0, Persons, who' wish to avoid a night exposure ... : ,

'1.. extracts'from; vinous popery i relation.I been able to ascertain hi* former place of realised. The rail road I'from Bostm to 4-4 unbleached Shirting 13o per yard by on the water, will find very comfortable ,, .. '''. { M
ing Providence is nearly) ,complete-that from the 6 for accommodations Femandina. at Mr A. r' -' .
t 1 ', piece, or y'ds one dollar by retail, .
weather.:- .residence. He was intbxl ted on the Dia,' and i t
4'If ?fa 't- evening Stonington to New Yorlcinsucccssfu'progresstho Shirting bleached from 13o to 25o pr yd, can, leave 'Fernandina the next' 4' I
.. )fr.\ Stewarf standard glass, kept at theBerebant's when he came to his death. i Camden j "d.AmboVj cornect- Fancy ,dress and furniture ceilicoeskom\ morning and arrive I at Pablo the same'day. I
Exchange: 10'Wall street, indi- By the laws of the Teitory'a Justi e of: mg New York and Philadelphia} is.une .13c.; to Sfixj per yard by the piece, They at 4 o'clock can leave Pablo,every Friday morning I I
, the scold yesterday morning: at 7 the Peace '' I qualled for'its construction and and Sattinetts from 87,l-2o to'$1 23 superfine,- and arrive\ at St Augustine at U, i .
cited may summon a ry.or.lnquefti.f epect(' P. M. same day; leave ,St Augustine .: ,' lq
zero .10iM. cloth "50 every '
degree hdoW; at Superfine $ yard }
; per ; .
/clockat one ? another is finished betA'eenthpse
; the absence or sickness pfjthe Coroner pr'in: yet nearly Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same Jay. ;, J
and ht half ,12 yeS.. White, and red flannels from 371-2o to621.2&p'er \
4 above past ,
at : two cities !I' In connection ." '
; great Passengers wishing to visit St
'aftemoonjat 7 and a half iboyeIB .....- case be,resides more thanjtwenty,miles, from : yard ,
wiay : witl this chain, the link from Baltimo-o to'Vashington'is from will be accommodated( on reasonable terms.; ,
rLT other parts of the, city, the mercuryw1: s the place,where the casualty occurred. .. in full progress, and a great Bed Musquito tickings netting good 183-4o to per yard, Fare from. St Mary's by Pablo to' St'Augus-' 'I'I
quality $125
Ito 7 degrees.bekjw,zero. a short \time be- route from Baltimore to'the Potomac1justcompleted. ALSO pr pa. tine $3.: From Augustine to Pablo $3. ', : r
A gentleman of the Ijorth would think There ia'also a safe boat which'will '-: [
) b'e sunrlS& From the P.otomac and Fred- A good assortment of fancy belt ribbands- run ,"
A( Boston on Sunday morning, the i.m lbldiy.us.ed.i! if he Fas obliged t to'set! ericksburg one is now\ constructing to shirt Buttons-silk--sewing silk-ball andspool once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville'; and .i I i f

,. njCTCury! fell to 13' egress,below'.zero, andon in a boat of some twenty feet_in length,! and Richmond in Virginia, :whichwill reduce thread-writing paper-superior do.ladies .- boat will depart its and arrive from so as to meet the mail .
on return St and the \
) Homingto 11 in I the. Navy Yard' on be rowed one hundred miles to visit. his I the time from thence to Ball'more through white' hose--horn arid, combs- as it arrives, from St Mary', Fare
morning i sunk'to" 15 below; and Ire I Washington to about twelv hopra. From silk!\;etndCotton umbrellaa- good as-: stage Augustine. .' )
Sunday friends. But, while we standing in our sornmentof'VnU W1'/ from Pablo to Jacksonville $2. All fare. to .
Charlestown to 18 below .",
on Winter hill m Richmond, Petersburg and orfolk, branches be paid.at Pablo.. ',
be office/which !is near the BU John's 'river;' a ( S.vfJVZ) .' VVobnsdcket' Falls;R. 1,24 the oanoks'tnoof '
-At will go south to C. TAYLOR., :
too ;
ConcordMass.\ .. 27. below at gentleman and his famiy'are: leaving! our' I OThe: abov**rU61es tre of tie best quail ''Mall : I
I)tow; at ;f :' which that of Petersburg) is fini'll' cd. and will be sold fora small advance OTThe boat willleave Pablo for St ; '! ; .'
Lowell,24>below> al rt i-i-l> >< w rat place in a fineiWt/bWng n'bpard :;all, the These, taktng'the'smooth l level over North ty cash, or produce.* ; for Mary every,Tuesday,and return on Thursday f-\> I I'

Portsmouth, 20, and at Saco ,,1\Ie. 28 below 'cbmforts and luxuria/ life.i, They/ glide Carolina; will strike Charleston from JOHN I W., nICn RD. The stage' leaves' Pablo every Friday .

zero. away r'to the inusic of four'' oars, they have whence a superb finished rail road leads to Jacksonville, Jan..22.j ,,. 4tf, for Sf Augustine' and returns on: the 'sue.J.'i'< "
harbor ,was frozen ,over .ass.far in Thence Tallahassee I oeeding Sunday. Um3... :\
Boston books I 1/ve ;periodicals arid '' last not Augusta Georgia., I
they, I l' 1 :I.
down as Lopg'Island, 7; !tii1et!. '. in Florida'will be another and also to IfOTICE. ,1>1: I ITIIE'Sub.crib'er
"At New Haven, on Monday 'morning, least, they aye the New Orleans, and ,more, important, 'the THE.Copartnership, heretofore existing ,\ .J '
the mercury stood at 23 below zero,which The river i i/smooth, and,'"the tide favorable; great contemplated route 'to Memphis' in !.' under the firm has'on! hand,>and offer .' t I I
than' bad been known': there 'arid watchln'ff"their path ;o'er the of"WATERMAN '&TJNCKSTON/ is this j ,the follow rl
was colder as weAre I ." Tennessee on, the Mississippi. ,At this 'I
lirlce 1780., The harbor was frozen over, waiters,.tWy are.founding'the-* M; bluff, they are rate, in two or three years hence, we.may- day-. dissolved by.. ADJN mutual)WATERMAN consent. ,ing articles, viz ',''l* .\

but the steamboats. were able' to work their! almost. j jut of sight.i! The 'bonnie boa go the whole fourteen hundrec/ mile 'qf MILO K.-PINCKSTON., DRY' GOODS.. e II'

through. American .coast in rail, road,cars' and Broadcloths >Sattinetis 'Negro Cloths-, .
way scprnful of the land, and seeks only to Jacksonville,'Jan.'19.;,'; .
seems .
At Hartford.the' thermometer at' half steamers, in the short: 'space of five or six white andFehow Flannels' bleached and lit i
; -+-
past yon Sunday morning;'stood at 25.below bear its treasures'to the 'port'of destination. days. brown Check; striped and plaid Homespuns!' J
persons indebted to the above,,I firm ;;
zero; half past 8 at 23 below,'l at 9 P.1\1.] :Thus isji pleasant(a.;very. common! way 'I ALL requested to. make immedeite, payment Calicoes; Bilks, Gloves: Linens, .Imported I

15 below j; and bri Monday'morning, at 27 of traveling on this riv: r.,, AN UNTEATHERED BIPED, SORE.ENOUGH. to the subscriber:. who'is duly authorized Ginghams .Cambrics,1; Bilk Hdk'ft' 'Bomba.' I
Wow' .. An old maid residing I in a vi age near to settle the same. All persons having lettes, Oznaburgs, Burlap., Ac." .

At Norwich,',Monday morning,24 belowzero J A TPEK, or as some.: cal,i it, a ANTHER, Norfolk, England, has taken i it into her clo.ims.will please'call, oh ,the lubsciber.for. IIARb; WARE Xtfb' ,CUTLER.: : i,

;, 5 degrees colder than ever. recorded. measuring eight feet in length and two feet head that she is an'old hen, and ill the efforts settlement. 4 tramps: ,. Candlesticks,. Gun Axes,Adze, .',

A letter from the Postmosthr at Goshen in he' hth, was killed"'a.:few days since at of her friends cannot driveher'crop. it out ol MILO'K. PINCKSrON.. patent Augurs, Door 'Bolts'Knob.Latches. '' 1

N. Y. states that on Monday, the thermomter -: Potts Creek about, six miles'from this : .'. Haying 'giverifover trying'to Jan. 19. l' 4tf Butts, Screws Brass Knobs, Hoes ad Irons, :
urg ,
at 7 A; M. stood at 32 degrees below persuade her to the contrary,she1 has made Pad-Till-Chest-Trurik':"' Ouri- ClosetBrass' -- ''i
zero; at 9 A.M. it was 10 degrees below! place! on the: .opposite.side. of,,the ver.n her nest in the oTd clothes ,basket, where, 4th REOIMINT'FLORIDA Mitrm.- port pAd-Knob' al\d'Mortice .Locka, 0',,

zero.' was considered to, be about five years I old. at the lost advices,":she was sitting upon REGIMENTAL (ORDER. Knob'IAtche.'lowdet; Flai&. Pocket Steel 4 f. .

At Newark on Monday'morning' ,' the The unting dogs chased,him''until'' he took three Dutch cheeses, iu'oll:tho confidence CAPTAIN Joseph B. Lancaster being ap-: yards, Bed Keys and Screw'Uhet' .Hinges) I\'

thermometer stood at: 13 below, zero "onSunday"morning 'treeand tan, .about forty feet ofincubation.. Its quite possible that the : Adjutant of this Regiment, vice Cork 'Screws]/ Hand 'and cross cut Saws;
; .
,,,, Plated Tablrt
froithe good dame may be.,what she thinks .her Captain' Henry D-: win'removed: from Knives and Forks;,, Brlttania- ,
7' below zero. ground, where he was killed with self but we should be inclined* to; considerher the County,'he is to be obeyed and respected and Tea Spoon; ,Iron Squares; Pocket Com t ..

The Baltimore An ericar'. ,of Mondaycalk balls and bnck shot. The skin wu stuffed old goose.I''. Enq. accordingly.' By order ofICoy. passes,; Drawing' Knives,., .Braces, I Socket ,
an [ $
the,present a.Siberian winter.J The I and exhibited'here': on'Tuesday' last; and wupur'ch \ > I WARREN, Chisels, &c. !(Ti I
sunk on Monday morning to 5 or "
mercury i Commanding 4h( Regt.Floridi Militia.W. GROCERIES& PROVISIONS.
been ,in six :for a Northern Museum. i Ten thousand copies of the Life of Col.Crockett II
6 below'zerothere had not I J. MILLS Lieut. Col.4th R. M, !
: j have been sold, and be,has realis Coffee, Ted andBrown ; :
teen years so great a degree of cold.-[New SEMIKOLE IIPD1A5AOAi!'. We hive heretofore I ed upwards of three tliousand do11ar.s.Messrs. Head Quarters, Jacksonville., ) Champagne Maderia-.Claret--Port''and I '1
York'Advocate, 8th inst. December 19th, 1834, j 4 Malaga Wines, Spices Ni E. ,nom, AmerM I
relation .the havein ?
made two statements.in l .to the. .Cary& Hart ,publishers, j
'IWe 'are satisfied'that,;the''present winter ; work from the Colonel { can,Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy. SoapTabae* 1 ill''I

lu been uncommonly' cold.. ,By .a,letterfora' Seminole l ,Indians, one m ,oar.fiatInumber. ( describing press another' tour through the southern, [LAND .AT. ST..; PABLOFOR Co, Flour, Corn,, Illce, ''Pilot Mackerel Buttse, ,j. J
and the other in the'second.' Ther* is (as .', SALE., Crackers, Beef., Pprk 'Codfish, ,
a friend we are informed that, in Deer and eastern states. Butter Cheese. Figs 'Almonds,:Rai1} .
Lards "
Yankee would say) a :"pretty considerabl Subscriber offers for sale for cash <<
field; Mass: for: three day previous to fileII6'of ; THE or .on*; Annta, Junta, JJolovna' .Sausages." .. Ji
IrislT;{me mercpryi from 80tt7. of a.'difference.of opinion! January "- tract' of nne Live Qok ham .
a the "
that CuARLESGAt. ; ; firm ; < = '" '
22to' tides the last.. Our'dviJwntyt'wot, and w ;t'cm\\ says; RitEE'Imj -- 1\, l I
.32iI;: greee 0. The ,mercury in friend of the Adntinistrauoll'was mock land on,SLPablo' Creek, bounded as '
tidered gpod.* .We have no, wiel or''willingness'to'misstate present follows the iPablo Creek Drugs and Medicines, Paint Crook'1;
Fihrenheita thermometer stood here thetame'days' ; United viz l-on' West by j jBoots'andagreat t
.on this day elected( to the Senate of the I
and,Glass Ware Poridtr and Shot, Shoes ', ,
: : /acts. :But; pereaflerl; 'we! on the'North by Winslow. Foster's land, on ; .
:follows On the 3d I inat at : : States Senate in of G. A.VVAOOA- '
as :.- ] place tile East and South by lands' of Cornelius ; vanlety"of'artlclesto, numerous ...
.half past C, A. M.'45 degrees above zero ; 4that sholl nottfoup'le- li about the Seminole MAN,'opposition,;whose term'of scryl :e.expires Taylor; containing ,two hundred and thirty, mention.. '. *"' i
7, A.-M. 46, and at 1 o'clock P. M. SS,and Indiana or their removal. on the 4th of March.' ,, three acres.;' Foq particulars! apply to* : ;HARDY''II.; PHILIPS.*I. .
Lit.Ilawr :'' -: \ for Cotton Hides D. ? i ii
5th M.30 above zero or.JAMEBDEHl N B. CAIJI ,
on the at 7, A. degrees : (rjWe::: wish it to rememb red,that com' A bill bas been reported' in tbe' pate, ? Skin. '.Tallow, Furs.; Bee/wax'Moss),. '. Diet i

The! harbor. of Boston has been' frozen'for' munications' by moil from' individuals bi United States, authorising the constriction Jacksonville, Jan. !$i. 4tf Moral, &0. H. II. 'W*\ I' II

seven miles from the wharves. :Much\ trout subjects particularly 1 :!interesting: to themselves, of a rail road upon the public landtj from ." J Jacksonville, Jan.'15,1835.._ 3tf" ',

ble m'ust necessarily have,been experienced will in no cue be inserted ,iuda3 the pottage Tallahassee to St. Marks,in Florida. -.JACKSONVILLEAND I'' '
'vessels. Privileges grained to the company. .The ,TALL All ASSUU'pTAOEI FOR SALE. !"" #,
bjmasters and owners, of ,In New: it paid. We,do not consider ourselves under "
York harbor, l 1 use of the timber on the public,lands, one : very fine NEGRO WOMANaqed'about' .
: ,: some'of.. the,foreign packets any obligation to'give the, names> of our cot hundred yards on each side--: rid tel acres AI thirty-seven yean;good cook,watherj, 4'4l

have been prevented fret going'':out,.bjj; con.' respondents' and shall not,do((so, unless,,we, of land at. the junction of, the St. Harks and ironer, and an'exceflsnt! 'field,. hind, -.*

whence.f; floating.icel., !shall vary from our rule, which is; not to pub and Waculla to be vested in the co pany. Public' are I informed that a Una.of. For terms apply JAMEa to ,.. -' s i

,Now, in this town, we 'have'had frost several lish'any'thing'which: 'will lid personally offensives [Florida. llendd.Tnz' ,. THE d Barooche.'will 'run between D 19r'. Lake Jan. }J0r ,,;,* n3DRX 'i' l

times: We have lad one ;fall of-snow or:'calculated. wound. the feedings\ Tallahassee and'Jack onville'b, l leave' this .

only; and thatt occurring i in the night, Was of man., : SEA'WALIW In the House of RepIesentatives place every other Monday. ; COOPSOItOgERIE;: ; ,j' '
any ; each w
the 6th inst. Mr CTFajra through, way (25.
on Thorhpon! .
notices,-in the,morningl? early risers. motto L .WllotJ&U'&IJ: azT.L, ',/ :,UH ; very We hive seen in our younger days a from the Committee on Military :Anairsjrnade ; JAMES> HARRIS, .

We..have not'.here had Lice thicker than-alight for anewspaper, to this'effect' -??' What we 'a favorable'report in relation to eoinmori r offer .for sale ,as good I terms'a.th.y. .
of pn
wbdojrglass.; Individuals declare and fortifications St. E. F. r'
know to' be true that we will ; 'at Augustine, NOTICE., In.Florida the

I lave within a few day; planted a yariery of what we feel it'our duty'to represent; ,that'we which waa referred'to the committee of the ISth'and! 13th of February, I'wlll following.can be article ha4;a\, viz, any: !;atore ,. <", i,. > < I +

garden,,.vegetables,1; and ,we have no doubt will have''the boldness, to publish" the whole, to whom the.bill on the subject!!. ON at the Court-house. Jn1 Jackson ,DRY GOODS.,'*.. ,' I I ,
that they;will grow ramdly i and come to ma-. Fortifications bad been; referred,-; [Ib.t villa, between the hours of 10 aid 4 o'clock, Broadcloths Sattlnetts \And; t

*""*%' A.A7 Pr- ,*wtaince.we) werepreientedwith : A portion'of our Subscribers1:'are requestedto DEATh, to law remit, for taxei such,-and remissions., hear excuse) .:,accordingto Negro Cloths,;green Casslmeres{red. and; white Flannel, ,!, ;_

some growing corn,three_or'four, read the first article in 'the first column of; I Given under.,my,/hand,,:at Jzekaonyili.this '. bleached, browns check, stripe, ..andplaidHomespuns ] I

indies in height, and to-day t with the branch. our paper. 'We give the substance t with'dif- In St.' Augustine* on Tueeday, 21it Inst.Mr 30th. day of.Dec.. 1834. ,'0 ,./ Cahoo ", Cambricp, ,, Mu Uns' ,

ei of garden; peach in.blossom fere'nt kinds of type, some part'' of which' isvery ; John Lyman,'of Southampton Mais. VOHNL.DOGOETT. Silks,.Gloves; Hoslf ry, Stc.,&0. /.1 ,, q( '

'We ma.k'the observations tref s forthfi plalrt: ,and easy to le'understood. JOn| Wednesday., 'J3d John 6. Hull;Esq. of L JJudE!.County Court Duvet County., HARDWARE: ; .' 1,:
P.uabkeep81e.1.r; Y. '
of persona.who are. Eotfamiliar with this climate.i -' [:X:: Th JflcksonvilU Courier if publithcd once a :. flame day Lieut Stephen[ Tuttle, U* 8.Aj NOTICE. ,' Cooking; parlor, and' box Stoves, tBrass'j '

On shall week by, L. CURRJES & Co. ., a native Hanover, ,If.! J... persons indebted to the subscriber by and' common Fire Setts,.Lampitn> d Candid' 16
'some futur : occasion 'we ALL ''Gunbrwd ami ,
p:: .TEnus- --$" per year orP4Yable: or Not*,!are reqnesled to make Sticks, Pcrcusvion Cpt, i
giro -parti ulan While 'are half : but.! sUu will be 'Axes, ;Adze; HaUhetsj Hammer 1s
;7' we : preparingaykicle't6emezcary yearly or::: /&MeuiuejrPayabU yearly MARINE JOURNAL.t payment brth.25th or narrow
thi stands in our.ther-i JJ,ADV.uCE.cn: : t I' t commenced withoatdeley.| i H r. Augers; Shove, Door-latches" Butti'' and
:: Iil 1f :vsYArdEp _: J.. p'fABtN, B..r.wei &0. Ao.' '. yFURNITURE.
> u/.cD .
u9zetezi 1J7' degrcee..abbve::0 in the shade, ar..emI1Apv, Jest; or jAo :eoyyijii.B..MM.: .'AypAB r 89.. ,JaokioriiiUeJui..1$, 13w3l ," ',a lj I'' ;
our doors are t ?
open;and wVijre wupmfortably; ,I A cnaious BIBTOBICAC x y.gT/-Thefret 'Sofas' and Couches; work* Said,'toilet, 'and
ARRIVED the 29th inat Steamer Jlo- t
"erennii ihln u coat, We offer, rough: eV0Ca steamboat, made by Fulton of all descripti6n&'Print at .
rida, from 53 papkKM (J. Lewis) BLANKS dininses Tables, Washstandff, .l.4okl.Gl. .
4ui,candolencq. ,to pur .Edit rial brethren .of in,this city, was cut out of apommonbingle .cue of,I. S&lanm.bj.. *. at'rhort notice' ,' edsteads; &c. & .. i : ; ./ *! I
the i Comme UI.Meteopolia''' Literary ,. shaped like a mackerel, with the CLEARED the 23d4 Schf.,George Si 'ID'*Also;Job, >york in a 'handsome style. :' .
reasonable terms GROCERIES & PROVISIONS., )
,J placed turther in front than behind and on }
paddles Miry Florida
"1 for:
LIIpar'ium; We/desire to excused frontanrr.ate CbarUtonr-17hhd .Justice' Blanks-D'ed.-Bill i ef La> : Bottle
% C tree Ta loaf and brown Sugar, lJf
of :,
like,the fins a fisb. Tbf paddle Hum, J.'C. Lawton 25 bales,, Cotton, ?
!: .$; enow 'dnjta. We shouldper wheel had been first'put.in the rear,on thp' : do., 4 do. 'do..do. 4 'do..d9 'do. 15 do. do. do. ding-ManifasU,,. &4S. constantly' for Bale at Cider,'CLanipaJrne,Claret, Porte and Sherry

floating /:canoe en tie-smooth aur- sculling principle, but was abandoned d on* I 9do. Chirolm: ,Taylor & Co. 3 do.Jlo. to this oei ,.. Wine, Spices Soap, Lamp' Oil,. Tobacco.and .

facea the St John...rivers In$ warm;sunny consulting with Mr Greenwood, 'he; well' order.. Lot Otter Skins,'to orders,13 bales Cotton FIFTY DOLL IW ''RV(nD'., Flour Pork ,Codfish Rice. Corn, Mackerel'Selt'Tilot 'Brea Ftsbr. Beef; PoU-J- 1 '

afternoon j1 f*%or',tear U&lng .a good known ingenious dentist 'of this 'aty, now C ptalD. __ WHEREAS the County JalL at Jackson of toe,,flutter, wd, Chem,W., dci., ; .' u
burned ,
Ih model oa the,morning .. '
CJprio deceased,, in wbose poaeesaion ) i ,
on;piac3lS 4ith.Q41t.pff" from all clrcunuUnces .. --ALSO.
: for/nuinyjeiara. Old,Admiral NOTICE.ALL the 30th December, 1834, and ;
'Tab!. of the 1ied jn!thiijtui'for the hit remained whom, niany of ouryeadera, recollect persona indebted ,to the subscribers, it U known to be the act 'of'in* Drug., Medicines, and iJafnb.-'J. viuUty ,

Creek: 'J r ':1.. rJ'3d I Landias the, of Paul Jones; waa aLto er by.note. or book account, are requested cendiaries ;--Now, therefore/with, a view te of Crockery and 9 lasq rats Book. and I
as enemy to //settle' the some' without delays bring the author) or author of so wanton an Sutionanr; a large a .ortnunt of White .
21th,dezree'4214ee, / %50*ytu above u OL in freqUeDl'coDlnhatiOuwitli Greenwoodat 'and n'crecUt'will, be given at their store outrage, to justice,.I";Atinr O.fa\u.irtt Drab, and' Black. 'HaU, Cap;' ''BoOte' ind t

2>th.'Ii. )"-. 660y "1 '. ,,"- the time. lIe recommended the paddlewheel after the let ef February.BLANCUARD. sht'ritf'of Duval County, do hereby ofier. ,the Shoes-together with a 'variety'' other ar ;
''26th'" tf ;' 'a '" S4' .i 80' ar''ia to be placed in' the stem, aid to be & RIDER. above reward to any person or persona' who ticles '* ''*"
63 /
".7g tunnel-sneeted sail,which was Sit make' a4 'that the perpetrator BLANCHABD &. RIDER. 'y
.27th, a ,66K 78.ri'.I28th moved by Jacksonville, January 24th, 1835. will discovery
,' 'rl 65' 'n. .": to catch the'wind even when it blew directly ,'.- j -4---, or perpetrators b* proaeeotetf to eonticUoh.ALBERT i ..Ja.ebotiyW- dj 1833.: t.' 'J ':'

11sie day at half J' 'f' II t hoe" ahead, and thus.communicate.. .the WINDOW HASHES, O. PHILLIPS. CrN. D.-OABHWdfor, ''Coltin,''JII.d.i. thorns
put th1ere j by re-action to the wheeL 'Fdifferentiizea for sale ,8herUr Duval County Derr'Bkinj. Tura BMWM of
Tallow |
power constantly
lice aen to 80..-Oar..,mblute' are!taken'. atsan- [)New York Star.,, O Br JOSIAH FOGG.Jacksonvine Jacksonville, Dec 30th, 18M. ,tf I Mo ,,Orange F.I f AG.'' R '
: f'
&n4noou.' 1
...... I The l ice baa nearly chocked the harbor, January 28. Sit D CHARLES. IIOYTits'hlsprofeuinoal '. .. B. <
T and forma almost a solid sheet to the Jersey FOR HA.LE., service to the inhabitants Fsniui1 '
eo.o.Z&'f Js4osiTr-The bod> of i maa, cakes of drift ice i float in FEW thousand Seed Can.i -. of Jacksonville and of thfc section of Florid, RANKLIN HOWE, tateel ;
>'H> in our ink.wa. I shore. Huge! A ., K. Pfl C u ..StlrIUIII' .a4 PAy arias. .C lull. btuket, Bodo'! .r ':- ,;
of the 8th )1. ::
.a."ttl--M paper aid to I le'Jfarrows. It is painful to Leon the. 22:' ;--'t-.t'l ,.. ;.1 K8''ON.Jan. Jacksonville, j"&,' 1635. fitr Sep p .
1/Iaconetiat! .
from Ib.
the time.
sloop coast at this -[ '< .
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EUEROKEE ,, : !tai bms' "i; .\l'.nc i i ; :
h do tho 27th November I last agreeably to pursued by the Red clay council in con T> EMAINING\ 3i the Post 'oBtc-'at '. ,., l1onlD': < toAWnX-HY:

u; previous notice, 'a council of'the citizens tinuing as a destructive useless struggle to the from'year present peace to JL\. Jacksonville January,; ,1st, 1835.'r' .." \ --
year, .
of the CherokeeNation of the
/ composed
and future happiness of the Cherokees because M *. Ann Acker-James Acker-. .,, "" ; ,
I. chiefs and head men, who are opposed to' Sally I I :;
State utisdiction'and'hho are in favorof it is evident to every observer,, that Jam Arnouf-Doctor Aldncbf-Mary '

removing to another'country where they while this struggle is' going on, their difficulties Ann ndrews.. I CAPT. R. A. IIIBL, THE ibove company take this method
will be until they are the public''' that
accumulating B "f THLL okce week trom'Savannah ,
can bo preserved l as a separate community, run a :
: ruined in their property and character,and D Mrs. LititiBagl Picolata St. purchased two Steamboats, the ''MACO
Was organized Running Waters. BIr. B. Edgar S. Barrows,- to : touching'Darien; and EXCEL
the only remedy that will then be appliedin John Jacksonville and Mandarin. which boats are to run
Mr. aMar's, re
G. -
Elias Boudinot was called to the chair,and i y-John Brindly, between
larly Darien and ,
their casa will be submission to the laws i t 't WILLIAM DUNCAN Macon; leavt
"F Alexanncr, McCoy 'appointed Secretary. Broc ,-1\Ir. Jphn 'P. Rrown, 2-C y Darien :
r once week with
every two
reservations and tow boa
of the States at
by taking Agent ,
On taking the chair, the chairman explained with the whites. Brig ai '. Savannah.uar1'1,1 The steamboats will 'draw only 26 inches
s S the council and motionof amalgamating C water with .
object of the on t two good engines m each. "T]
consider of
Air John Ridge; a committee was' appointed Resolved-That we state" Gorge. Cansey, -Elizabeth Cartin,- I FOR SALE. company' have been at great expense to pIa
to,draft resolutions expressing ther' our poor brethren 'the Creeks, to be a sufficient Jam G. Cooper,-Luther Church- this line of steamboats in the Ocmulgee

views of the council, in regard to the present warning to all who may finally'subjeet' Cap Jacob Cook,,William :A. ''Crichton, TIE Subscriber offers' for sale house and Altamaha' andriverswould respectfully soli a
the Cherokees to the laws of the States situated in Jacksonville, St. Johns the Petrona 'of the
: condition and future prospects of theCberokee' -Jc j n Cockran -Racbael Cristy,-Isaac a public. This line w'
c River E. F. Th house is two stories
# by them reservations high be great facility for merchants
,,, people, and to prepare a memorIal giving Cre -Capt. J.::W. Cox. three by feet with kitchen andand who wish
Resolved That we will consentto thrty ship their goods the
never r by" of
; ; addressed to the Congress of the Uni'ted Dr way Savannah
rathonses ) situated 'a'''
elgibly corner .
on Darien
have and the of f to Hawkmsville and
our own rights rights Macon
States. 1Abby' Dixter,-Bennit M D.e1J- lot. Terms will, be made"according' to the shipping':Cotton or
t The' committee reported'the followingresolutions our posterity, sold aprospectivelv"to the Job 'Doggett. purchaser, and payment may be made in cashor have been made to 'Savannah.to forward. Arrane'menu
laws of tho'.States by 'our cnieis, in cotton
> which were read in English, any I' E negro property., goods without detention between
and interpreted into the Cherokee language 'compact or. compromise into which they Mr.. Eubank. Apply to I. D. HART, or to and Darien., Savann

and,after a most animated and interesting may choose to eriter with the government? F 7; .FIANCIS RICHARD,. Jr. No exertion or expense will be ]

discussion, 'were unanimously'adopted :- that we cannot be satisfied with anything C wles= E. flinn, 2-William Frink' D+(25, 1834. 1 give the greatest despatch to goods spared or cotto t

.Whereas, a crisis of the utmost importance less than! a release from State legislation' ,Wm Fitzpatrick. shipped! ,by) this i ,line. : -
> '#: in the affairs of the Cherokee people but while we do'not intend to have bur NOTICE.fTIHE Agents for the above boats

harf arrived, requiring, from every individual own political interests compromised, we Ja ob ,Goo-David GoodalL, copartnefchip heretofore existing between L.. BALDWIN,, &,CO. '. :
shall not those who to remain JL the under the firm of ) Savannah. ,
f'b.r It the mosTBcnous reflection and the ,expression oppose prefer V II Sijbscrib'ers, J. GODDARD, & Co. Macon
of his views, as to the present con- subject to state laws. ', Isaiah; D.'Hart,3-: L.Z. Hogans,-Wm. BUDJJfGT & B#.'nwnrexpiredthi.dayby' MtTtMti.: tau Oo-Darien.

- ;.. ditiori and future prospects of the nation:" Resolved That we were disposed to II., Houston,-Ephraim Harden.,-Aaron its own limitation.All \ J. E. &,, B.. DIIIKO"-Charleston.:.
And whereas, a portion, of the Cherokees contend for what we considered to be our Hemingway.: persons having demands against said Dec. 1834.' .1'
r have entertained opinions which have been right, as long as there was any hope of "I firm jequested to present them without.
delay to either of the 8ub cri\ers.
.,,,4,', represented as hostile to the true ,interests to'the(;' nation; but that we never can Washington ,M.;. Ives. O.'BUOINGTON, 'GREAT,NATIONAL'- WORK.

and happiness'' of the people,. merelY' because consent the waste''of our public mon- K H.. D. ALDWIN.' AMERICAN: ; MAGAZINEOf .

they,have not agreed with the chiefs ies, in I instituting and prosecuting suitswhich ,Z. Kingsley. Black Creek, Nor., .1834.. \ 1 ,useful and EnLertauu.no KnmnlfAir_ *__ _in.I.,. .:1.
+ '. and leading men, ,and as those opinions {vill result l only I to iridividuafadvanbge. .- 1\1" 'lustrated by numerous g Engravings.BY "nn "

' t have not heretofore been properly made I .George Matthews,-Capt Merrikt--Mrs; TO snOE1\i.4.KE\ '. THE BOSTON,BEWICK COMPANY.
'- ; : A known-therefore. ltes .r; Resolved-That it is our decided opinion and m rtification l we have noticed the idea .j"P A his business, and be 'industrima/:wouldbe THE success of the best attended the pub

' founded' upon the melanrlioly experi- attempted to be conveyed to the minds of I Cyrus Packard,James: Piles.. (constantly,'employed, 'and,, receive\ .,good English Press, has led to Magazines,preparations from for tht issuing
; .cnce of the Cherokees witbin the last twoS the pec lie, that the nation can be relieved -' 'S pay by establishing himself in this lace., : a.periodical more

years, and ..upon facts which history has : by the courts of Georgia, that we'regardappeal Squire Streeter.. Jacksonville, Jann.15.: t 3tf to the wants and taste of particularly the American adapted pub

r furnished us an'regard to other Indian na !] g to those courts by,tbo Jationi? for U lic,: 'While will be] the object of, the pro
} '", tions, tbat'ur people cannot exist,amidst rcuress' as an entire departure from the : John.Uptegroye.L JOHN :A. SILLOWA, t prietors to make' 'the'work'strictly' what i its
'' A white population, subject to laws which true po i icy maintained by 'the Cherokees. Real Estate'and :Merchandize Broker) No, 18, title indicates, it will, nevertheless, contai

j they have no hand in making! arid which in'the. struggle for'national existence., ;Eugene Van Ness. Exchange-street, Boston, Mass\\ all .articles of interest to its ,patrons, which

they do not understand i that the suppres Arid whereas, a Delegation appointed by '. ,W . ,WILL. attend t6 the selling and(buying appear foreign1 Magazines.Extensive'preparations .:
" I sion ,of the Cherokee government which tha Re 1 r.lnv'council and dnthed"wit Walter G. ,Waterman 2-Kendall B.WaitGorge Estate, in.every part of the have been entere
4 ,connected this people'in a'distant communhy'will'not ;- discreti >nary pOwers, will-shortly proceedto : :Webb Elenor, Woodland United States. People desirous of enigrat- into, both with Artists ''and Authors to'' fur
ing from. ; of the Union'to' from all ,
Was neipart other night parts of the Union; drawingsand
check'their in business '
only lington, which <
progress upon may :-:George,\ .;\Valtom. can receive :correct, illustrations
always intormatfon of'every of
j improvement and advancement in know effect "1 and interests by subject ,
le, rights ,i ( ,every Y applying at his office. He will receive rders which the publishers confidantly believe! will
edge, but.by means of numerous influences :e : and,, whereas, we :have 'JobnjYouman.ISAIAH for .various kinds Merchandize,: deliveredat enable them to issuo a work honorable ,to its

and temptations which this new state reason o believe" ;that; the, views.oIthoeowbo'w D. HART, P. M... any part of the Union. .Communications title and acceptable to the American People.
of things has created, will destroy h to remove will not ,be : addressed to''' him, ll be '
completely .' represented i v .promptly attended Th American: Magazine', is published
every thing like civilization among \\n the delegation ;' and'' whereas ,MALE AND: to.' 'Jan.,1,1835.EXECUTIVp monthly ch humber containing between
them, and ,ultimately reduce them to poverty letters were addressed to' the Executive of JACKSONVILLE. : .. forty'and fi.ftyimperial octavo pages, at Two
f misery, and wretchedness. the ,Un&ed States +by: a former deputation OFFICE.TALLAHAUZE ., DOLLARS per annum,:payable in advance.
;,: Resolved That considering' the progress ,'from which the following extracted THE. public are' respectfully informed : :, JAN. 1st 1835. 'It 'comprises-Portraits and Biographical

; I of state.autboritiee;in this country, :- J, the Subscriber will resume the'exerciees'pf the Mars'h''of the Middle District' of Sketches of distinguished Americans 3 Views
F'1' distribution and settlement of the lands I "'ViI1\y!\ his school, on Monday'morning TO of Public Buildings,, Monuments, and improvements
| agree to 'enter Jato:'an arrangement th> Gth of January 1835, in ''which will be ,, Orida. and,to all Officers, Civil and : .;. the boundless
the ; Landscape
organization of counties the 'erectionof MilitarV within the scenery
Territory of) Florida.
the usual
taught branches of and
seats and houses prospectively4eitizenl English, WHEREAS WILSON varlet1an4 beauty >.of which, in ,this
county court ; and oth- becoming ., ,of the French.education.' BUMPKIN, Gov '
I' will for 1m source
country;/ of instruction
er indications of a determined'' course on United States," provided the nation' will ;Terms, ,, .. -, -. ,-, [per :quarter ernor of\the State of Georgia, has represented and n unceasing\ Engravings-and

{ the. part ofthe! surrounding states } andconstdermg'on cede to the United States a portion of its Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, $400 to me that Dennis Adams, lately of said descriptions: .of gratification, 'Character; habits, &c'of

the other hand, the repeated territory fqr the, use of Georgia8 !and;will Grammar, Geography, Composition of State that, has State been with charged by the Grand Jury Birds,, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects,'together
ref alofth'e President and Congress you altreQ. .to' .have' the'1aw. and treaties &e. .. .-; .. .- ,5 00 having'committed an .as With pvorr'Bubject connected with the Gen
of the United States to, interfere ;'in our be executed and enforced for the 'effectualprotection French Language, -. 10 00 sault on and James: D.: Thomas, with Intent"tokill ppl y.I1i.toryNatutal: :, and Artificial resources -
the said Adams
, half;,we leave come to tho conclusion, that 'of, the nation on 'tfie remainder ID"1 la order to meet his engagements the ;from that is within being a fugitive of the country, illustrated in a familiar
justice now limits of
this nation cannot' bo,reinstatedin, its present of'its' territory;; for a definite period, with subscrirate's! ier informs the public that the;above Jefferson County. ,in'said ,Territory of Florida and popular*manner. ,
tuition are be'paiJ
location; and that the question .I left: to the unerstanwog''ltb' t''after ,that period, '' o to monthly.: : ; Now, be it known that i; JOHN; EATONJ; FREEMAN HUNT AGENT
be received for shorter
'lIT o'pu a the Boston; Beicick
I, us and every Cherokee.1Vhethu'll'Js the Cherokees to be tree i Governor do Of Company.
are, subjected to the han Florida'r hereby and by these -
period one' and % "
or quarter, ) ; :147; Court Street.
more" ,desirable remain, here with all the laws,of the states within require and 'command
whose. limits no ded coon will be made' for ofltime I presents: you and all : '
embarrassments with which we mnst be the'.:.lne'; bo,,: and:to j take individual v ich a scholar may be absent.any,space as officers, arrest Military, within said Territory .1.1'ir.r'Editors of Newspapers throughout the
r.UiLorJo seek, r 'w $%&jn citizens teereof'the' wino as at ndance is required. punctual I : to and detain him .without,bail United States, who will publish the foregoing

r r- f '.'.uay'e j..;: :"_..:. "t_ ....,......:,.'coun'f'; live ,under other free citizens .of the United States, ALEX. .GItAIIAM.w !I or .manpriae"within some common Jail; Prospectus?, and notice,the contents, of the
our own VIDe and fig tree. and to dispose of our surplus lands in such 1 or else hand aim over to the civil, authority Magazine from time to time,shall,be entitledto
i\ Resolved That of the State of Georgia; and are'commanded 'firstrolum .
in expressing the opin- a manner as may be agreed ?" you
*' 0 I icn that this: nation cannot be reinstated, From ,which at apprehended upon that If! O T I O.E on making said arrest, to place him Any'person remitting the Agent, by mail,
attempts are hereby notified that in the custody or, Samuel.Braswell. post paid Ten Dollars ''shall' ', six
we. do ,U from a thorough ,conviction of will be made .AIL persons 'pur- ; ; receive
its truth that tq enter" into an ar- an\''to the :Act of Congress, of March duly commissioned thereto by the, dovernor, copies for one .year-and continued as long
: we never will encourage our rangement with the state of Georgia, and 2d,' 1831,;entitled; An'' Act to"J>rovide 'forth oftne State, of Georgia,and this shall be,your as the money is .regularly.forwarded. ,
confiding people ;with hopes that can never the general joyernrnont; 'upon! ;the principles pu i ishment offences committed in cub authority'and warrant for so doing., A liberal price will be paid for appropriateand

Jbe realized, and with expectations' that will of telinguishiog'portion of the lands, Ung, i' '/assuredly: disappointed; : that however and prospedtiyely) submitting the Chero other. limber, ,of! trees reserved for naval of, age of down,, cast Appearance) fair: ,.'of,,'national [subjects, possessing' -
,A unwelcome and painful the truth maybe kees to the 1 wa ofthe state; therefore; purpoi as," Positive proof will -be required complexion and of tolerably robust form, and terest. Subscriptions received at this office.

'I to,theru.,, and ho eyer .u klndly aet may be Resolved That ,it. 'expedient to ap of all tenons shipping such Timber that the about five feet eight or nine inches high.; .Dec,2"t lti3 t, ,I
e v received 'fromv us; we' cadno!,- patriotsand point a delegation, whowill represent,the same as not been cut from lands the propl'ty.of Given under my hand and the Seal o f
yo well wishers of the Indian race,shrink views arid' 'mhes of those who do not intend United, States, or from lands, '?n .the Office at the Capital,'.this, 1st day r ilE BOSTON PEARL AND LITERA-

fl"Om'doing our duty, in expressing our decided Jo remain under ,'the laws 'of the which the T1D1ber'h.. been' reserved'for nix:. of January'1835. .A RY GAZETTE.. 'Volume Fourth-

r convictions t ,that we' scorn the states, but will prefer to remove 'to'a country val .pu poses. JAMES DELL, JOHN H,' EATON/Gov.'FIo.: ", ; i Published' 'every,week.' ,Edite .,by,Isaac, C.
charge of selfishness1 and a1want Collector. By the Governor fray, Jr.: T' .
sk of where fe Cherokees
patriotic I
t be
can preserved Jan 1835 G. '., WAIJUR of Florida.. "" "
aryl', ;: tf 2 Se'cy. : The work will be published weekly", each
Irk alleged against us lJy'ome of : M a dithic community; that it is important number ;
large quarto
rr our countrymen, while :we ean appeal to that th i delegation ould to SALE 'Subscriber CLAIMS. containing'eight 'Pagesequal
d, our ; proceed FOR; by the cheap to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous :
: consciences, and the Searcher i of 'all Washingtoi as soon possible to be :
lay and
NINTHi.ARTICLE- original printed .
BileMackerel : ratter,, superior :
' hearts; for the rectitude of our motives and fore the E ecutive, and before Congress 1.2 do: do: 14 do. do. Blls DISTRICT .white'paper, with,perfectly new:type, A
: '
intentions.Resolved. bye: mem iaVtbe views expressed in the Northern Pork, do. do. 'Beef' : 1-2 kegs New .Chamber 20th Ei'iT.Fi.oBjnAi 1 !; j jA handsome title' page''!rid' correct ''index will I,
, : -That' although we love the foregoing r solutions; and'to ask for such tongues. Flour, kegs Lard llama, Codfish Aug. 1834. ) .'" be furnished, and the!work at the end of the
land of our i&thers; arid should 'l leave' the rights and privileges as' are, calculated to OatsCheese; Dned apples, Saddles aid NOTICE is hereby.given,,that the,under year,will form an'excellently printed volume

places of our.:potivity withal much regret render.thbf a Cherokees that 'are disposed* Bridle., Ii Dearborn' Wagon 'with harness, is ''prepared to receive such of four, hundred and sixteen.pages,,equal/.
as any of our citizens, we consider the lot to remove,' Dtente and happy in their Dressing: tables and wash stands, Hair Mit- CLAIMS for losses occasioned by the, Troops three, thousand duodecimo pages. '
tresses J3rata' Kettles of the United 'States in the years 1812''
of, the IQ"1" imraeasureably ,more'to bepreferred newborn Broad Axes Narrow and The volume will contain.twonty-eix piecesof
,0 do. Adze, Looking Gluaee.I'elegant, 1813, as have not heretofore ''been presented music for the Piano,Forte to
than Gig &u'equal
submission >
: to.the.laws of Resolved That In
] appointing _.. to the
a delegation and Harness. Judge of this District hi
or the
r the states and thus, become *hich one hundred, common sheet music,.which
witnesses of .
to represent us, we do. it not from evidence was'withheld!' ''in
the a ,E. WHIDDEN. consequence! "" of could not be purchased separately, for lees
and degradation'of ;the Cherokeepeople spirit of opposition, nor wishing'to 'Inter Jacksonville, Jan. 1. the decision of the Secretary'of the Treasury, than'fii'e dollars; li.her- is determined -

,Resolvcd-r-That' fere whh. any efforts to' relieve the Chero- Wanted,aa above;a few thousand Orange 'that such claims were provided for by the to!procure tlis.impls:r) >rather than ,the
: are! firmly of the kees,' as ,a distinct community: from the sticks. / Treaty.of 22d' February, 1819, between the complex and dificnlt. ,
opinion, that a .I large majority of the Chero operation) of state'lawabut; when that ori ,f Governments of the United States,and: Spain, Although the/publisher places no"depen7'dance"whateye

kee people would prefer. removal, if the ginal} policy has, been departed from,'end NEW STORE. Each clsum'willbe'preferred in the form'of ) in the '.uppIt'ort: ;,as a literary -
.true. state. of their, condition- was.. properly nroDoaitiona have been made Viv a JpnlltA, :: milE: Subscriber herebv naves' notle Tiit'J. :a Petition in which' the Petitioner ''will set paper, from its enpv IglyttherewUl!
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Iranian Known to Jh m.Ve oeoeve that .if tion to sell! portion n,of,the lands, and to : he'.hu purchased of the Assignees; ud varhfularlii sueiained:the ii nature tim.itwhk sid anxinnf tK.lowes be presented occasionally,'plate* nom copper
they were 'told'tbetieybad nothing to submit y prospective!vw they occurred ana wood of befuiifu} WQf! to state jurisdiction paid for the tore at Black Creek
exnect from further efforta to' their recently tid,, [as ,the case may bet] tint the ish. ,Already have appeared a I. tifalllengraved
regain it behoves us without occupied by COLT BROWROIOW : .
; injuring any of & Co, ana claim hasnot been ,before
ngbtsas': distinct presented,to the. portrUt: James Fei l ore Cooper,;
community\ and. that our citizens, to watch will offer for sale on Monday next the f
our own rights, <4- Judge of ,JLhU District, or that the evidence executed chaste title
steel and vignetta
the a
alternative left
only f hem is, either toremainamldst and the rights of all! those echo wish to per lowing among numerous other articles, vis: in said claim was;,withheld, fn' consequence page, f engraved m .
white population, subjectto petuate the .Cherokees as a Corn-Salt Seed Oata-Butter-Chee.e of the decision of the: CPPPerlbn. v
the whit separate com Secretary' of ,the, ,Its content; wad and spirited, ai
men's,laws or ,remove to an- munity. Hour-i-PoiLand Beef Tea Coffta-So. Treasnryj there will be a ,eneiil'record Occurren-
other country where' they may enjoy peace Received That: the foregoing resolutions gar Spirit*--Tobacco-Bacon-Powder and The;Petitioner win'moreover aver that at ces, c.'am ar1'aodbes.!&C. '&C. in

-,and happineas"they would- ,- .unhesitatingly i ,.be-sassed by,the Chairman and Sec Shot, &o., Ac." thetime f suflerin'g 'the"'loeses"'com plained addition to'.the Tal*";L*j nd rEsBay y'Tnv
prefer retary of this council., AU, kinds produce taken in payment for of, he'a'subjeet of Spain and that prevPout oiling Literary, Fugitive and Historical

X, olved--That we were ,desirous. to ELIAS BOUDINOT, .Chairman., Goods..such aa Cotton, Furs Hides, &*., to th< happening of said. losses the agentor Sketches \ pbJ, Poetry, fec.,making aiirlor
,leave.to: ,ur" Chiefs ,sod J leading men ,top ,A. McCoy, Secretary. H. ,LIBBEY, troop* of the:.United',,States had'entered elegant paper the ,And for the lover
.:aeka'; :coqntry r:ftheir pcoplebutea they Black Creek, January 8, 1835. ,& East Florida; ; of.polite literaiure, ''af contributions I-wUl: besecured
tare thought proper not to.do any thing The virtue} which.we gather from a fable The Pettitiop n/T fryfJUprtUuttvr.wUlU from vine of) the most popular.rican"authors ,Ame.

.towards' fie, ultimate' removal of the na or, an allegory, is like the health we get by :NOTICE., ,dALL.penou filed with the undersigned,who,'will th.,n,ap .

tion,1 we know of none to which the Cherotreeacango bunting;.as wears engaged in an agreea indebted to D CT. E. 8. the ipt't laDle.n. for receiving proofa in anpportof; 'Th'e work v ill b'priatea as ieU,sad contain -
ble pursuit,that draws us on with :, 1 / as much toading1 matter Si any similar
,as en asylum but pleasure, .are U call and "
' e8!ed ; ,of thstpoa-asis. and makes ua insensible of the fatigues that settle the same, on or bore the 20th ln t. u AU claim must.be, presented. vrithid''one: quartQ paper ow bubliahed! fa.the 'Unite
te west jha'JM year from,tha 26th June last.Applications b called
States e
.gagr'r" accompany it. no further indulgence can be giren. Th* j and i it can ssfely'au 4 truly
I1ipla willing to, unite with -, subscriber has all the notes and of ,will be.made at the Chambers the cheapest ournal of the kind. .
them :under a proper guarantee from the Youthful minds, like the pliant wax exp Doctor Aldrich, and is authorised accounts to'give legal of the.Judge b !w.ea. th! .bour,,:of (fear, ;land Trwi*-Th ee dollars per annum, as the

United States, that the lands shall be ee- susceptible of the most (Of'r the day. .h; pePud
lasting impressions; receipts and discharge*! : ;; paper is,firm] eelablubiea o) In-Rr'
____ cured'to na,'8I1d; hat'we shaltbe governed and the good ,orevil. bias they recdvev 'i ./OSIAlrGXTES.j.JackO ., ': i" BT.ItATMANIi'ID,, vance. Two|dollars for nix monthi,"to wpaidinadvance
bv our" "'own' laws and regulations., .* ( seldom or ever eradicated.-S J *'*iI'u 4' > : \o.IJ ;6th' 1635. sift .i.. J $e of : :! .,*!*? **:' i / :*"e *"' *" 1 JI
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