Jacksonville courier
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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: March 26, 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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System ID: UF00028424:00024
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JACKSONVILLE; COURIER<<\ name William W. Hicks. tolh t of\Vm.. system of revenue should always) be kept His Excellency the Governor, I nsrnit- I

r' PUBLISHED oSCE'A'wS& BT LEGISLATI COUNCITALLAHASSEE W. Brown. up in a community. The assessments up- ted to the House, by d, his pri .
,L. CURRIER / CO. An act to revive an act to inc pirate, a on the people being economically imposed, vate secretary, the following communication i
S!TURDAT, h: LET company to be called the St. Ao. ew's and and judiciously expended, succce s best in :- '!
IlMI-$4 per year, payatfe half yearly) 14.-The House mei pursuant tc ar |rnaal- Chipola Canal Company. rendering them; prosperous. "EXECUTIVE OFFICE, I II : I,
in advance.Single papers 12 ent. ment, n quorum bei g present, ne Resolution respecting the Ea Florida 1 object e to,- and return to you the act. Feb. 14th, 18351 J a .'
Advertisements \(inserted, Ad contracts of yesterday' procei dings was ea .Rail Road Comp ur. entitled an ,,aci to establish two [terms of To the Legislative" Council / '. ,
made for yearly advertising, t 1 reasonableterms. Mr An act for the relief of Elias Gould the Superior curt at Eatonton i iij Colum- : ;
Putnam to amend ) 11- 1 have approved d
move he signed, and filed "I
-J An act to prohibit the circ lotion of; bia for the assigned
o All communications by mail may be addressed ment act of, to the incorporate act entitled the,an Florid ncr'toan ; PI] >endUSU- notes' of foreign banks of a. l unomina-- the county return,of a sirnilar reasons hill of the bounty upon| of, wit with:-the Secretary, the following;, ,acts, to'I'I I f I .1
WitttAMS the Courier tion than five dollars. Madison.
to E. ; JEditorlof JOHN II. EATON.
i in all'Bases! to bjAOESTI id. la and Jacksonville Rail Road Col any, 1 Resolution concerning the Florida. RaD. ,
amend is
-posUge An act to an act, to coporate Whereupon it ordered that the said Road .
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approved Feb. 15th, 1834Khv i ii the Company. '
L. the town of Jacksonville. \ acts therein'named' and turned to the "
ref:?w: Couarc> word "various'in the.alreatttt! ne the t'ae'Bau Jack Resolution concerning the Lake Wimico .'J
S. An 'or :
act to Incorporate reconsidered
FLORIDA., 6th'' section, 'and; also, by inse\ti| the sonville. \ the Councilbe orders of the day. ,,and placed atttong, and. 8t. J plp'rt;Bay,Canal: ..., < { flw;: 1\ .....1 f" I
St. qugustine-John Gray, Esq. P. M. the words 7th to be opened" in the 3d KnVfter An act to amend an act, entitled' an act, Mr President laid before tfe House a An An act concerning establish lifalrttWvjnCct. -r. I I
Mandarin -E. A..Cl en. Esq.: P. M. section, which 'motion priiltd' to establish a tariff of fees. letter,from John Baldwin conaininu act to a ferry across the I
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and said interlinerations mad \ proposals Chipola, river near Marinnna. t '
,Newnansrille-S.' Ellisr Esq.; P.:M. were "
An act to incorporate "i company to be for folding, stiching, ado halfbinding '
His Excellency the Governor' mit\ An act to incol1lOrftte'the, Escambia ,
GrO'DI-J. Garrison, Esq. P. tr J
Spring ,
ted called the Lake Wimico uid St. Jose1dt'aCanal the laws, which was read laid on
to House his Se Manufacturing .
GEORGIA, by private :ary, the table. Company.An I
Doolittle P. M. Mr Wellford, the following come icareu. Company. ; act in the addition to the acts r :
St. .Mary'-A. Esq. tion '' l', An act to'amend the several, acts now, in His Excellency the Governor transmitted for the ,, I
:- Compilation of the Laws \
S. Philbrick
Savannah- Esq. G
force concerning divorces.\ to the House the followitc Executive of Florida. i t tAn !
Edmund > I
Russell. I
Macon I
*- L \ An act to change the none of Mary\ P. messages: by Mr\ Wellford, InVprhate secretary '
J4tn, 1835.:! j act to incorporate the Prn cola and
Marker of St. John's Couny. to wit: !
AMERICAN-FLAG. Perdido Rail Road and Canal 1
LINES TO, THE To tm;Legislative Council,, of,,Flo : An act to authorise Clurles Hall to es.tablisb EXECUTIVE OritcE, { I An- Coinnnnyr .
act to incorporate the East Florida ,j
Bear up the standard bear it high, i 1; have approved, signed, an< led, '0 ferry across the Pirdido!: river. '. Feb. 14th, 185.. $ Rail Road Company. .. t

Until it flash against the sky- with ike Secretary, the following a to An act limiting the timeof appointment To the Legislative Council : ,An act to incorporate the Bank of Jack Ii!
The banner of the free. wit : \ of Auctioneers, and for othr! purposes.An I nominate Jesse as Notary sonville., .
An ffit to authorise Margaret L. J ler- (\ act to authorise Sanuel C. Kt-yscr Public for Franklin pout I An act to incorporate the Southern Life J
Oh, let,it then in splendor float, son to ipll certain real estate. IAn to establish a ferry arrow the Escambia, Very respectfully, I't ser'vt.JNO. Insurance and Trust Company. J'

To martial.drum and bugle note, \. < t+conferring additional prep gee river, at or near its JUltc orwitb Escambiu H.JEATON.EXECUTIVE JNO. 11. EATON., f '"
That! all the world may 'see ; rAnd on the corporation, of the city, of StlUigustine.1 flay i ,OIFICT. l Which wa read.A '
IAn An act to authorise Abaham Millstcad I Fe.14th,135.! S bill entitled, An act to amend an act, ,
its stripe and star for the relief of Edwin R. Aerti to establish a ferry acme the Escambia i
gazing on net To the Legislative Council: to incorporate the Subscribers to the .Union I 1,
Look for their freedom not afar, and Hjnry Sadler. IAn river. nominate the follow! gentlemen Bank of Florida, was read the third! i,
But beaming in the east. < ac\to enable married women tron- An act for the relief of Elijah Andrews. to fill the several offices attiu ed to their I time and 'passed-ordered that the titlo be ,. v t!, '
vey their real estate of inheritance. IAn Very respectfully yoir obd't ser'vt.JOifr names, to wit: ; us tiefore Mated. .
Ring forththe, clarion's. thrilling peal, act to prevent trespasses and d re- p ., EATON. For Walton County-Jno. G. M'Lain, Mr Holmes moved n reconsideration of I t''
That every knight of heart and steel dutions ,01 lands within the Territol of EXECUTIV" OFFICE,, t Justice of the Peace. the vote pausing said act,the yeas and nays 'I
Freed'o Florida. For Leon Charles Austin and being required on wild motion !Messrs. "II J
May sit. at feast. February 4th, 1835. S County- by ,
Resolution for an additional membobr To the .Counil' Florida Jas. S. Linn, Notaries Public- oho Hale, Holmes and Wood!, were yeas-Maura. \
Flag of the free flag of the free Duval Cou ty. IAn Legislative of : Justice of the Peace. Brown, Holme, Mitchell, Priest, Walker, : 1 1I
'Tis thine alone to claim the knee- act tc revive an art, entitled onset The act, entitled 11 act, to incorporate Very respectfully, your i id't ser'vt. I and }Vnod, 0-nayn', Messrs.\ Bellamy,Bra-! !
to the Wascissa and An la the South Florida iknd Company, 1 I :
The homage of the brave. incorporate JOHN IV EATON. den, Blount, Downing, Dupont, Hitrgin- 1 I I
; navigation company.An return. It is Objected U. By, its provisions botham, Macon, McKinnon, McNeil, I.,
The patriot would not deem it small, ___ net n in_ .relation__I______ to__ fugitives .from e> authority i:5l given ti the company to EXECUTIVE Feb. Office ib. !Mooring, Parish, Putnam, and Smith, 13."I
Thai, when he 1 fell, such funeral pall tice.An buy and sell real estate, ic. For: Baukiiigincorporations 14th,1 j S So said motion Is lost ,i U fl
Should fold him in his act to authorise the Alabama, Fri-i to hold a'greater quantity ol f: To the Legislative Council The Iousp| went into the reconsideration I ;
grave. da and Georgia, Hail Road Compan{ to real estate than is absolutely;necessary, to I I nominate the folloving gentlemen of the,bills!' returned) by the Governor t '
In many a fighi bloody field, continue their rail road from the line erect buildings to carry Qn their business,,I as Auctioneers for Leon,; A DOS Alexander when on motion of,'Mr Brown, the bill r to II' : '
"Who ever saw th\ standard_yield ? tween the State of Alalwunirand the,T< i i. has been held I objectionable/because. / adverse and Francis B. Whiting, olSt. Marks. entitled, An act to establish two terms of ,t j I '
Its bright star fade f iorj"v>f-riori away it
sacola! Bay.' In the United States'the stroi desire entertained JNV; KATON.' seat Columbia county, was indeflnito- a q

Forever through the din i and smoke, act to change the 'iAn 'i- boun is to bind very one n warm nf- Thereupon the House went into secret ly postponed/! ,I
Like meteor, on the foe it broke- bfthe County of fection to the institutions and overtuuelltof session and advised and consented to the The yens and nays being required on the ; ; ,
The its An act to alter the time, manne f the country; and to this e41 I, as fur as nomination therein contained, when the passage of the bill entitled, An art to incorporate I '
ightni on
i g way. holding the County Courts in Mon practicable, it, should be 'cons ered advisable doors! were again opened. the South Florida Land Company, '. 0 t I

Nailed to the mast head, too, it flies, County, and for other urposes.fnry to. preserve to individual lie,, right of Mr Fitzpatrick, presented, the following against the objections of the Governor i, I
Like eagle, to itl homeward skiesPisdaining An act to authorise Johnson til I freehold. But if the |policy,ar pnnctpltsussened resolutions: I were yeas Mewro.! Blount, Downing,' L
John} A. Cuthbert to dispose of certain r( I in this'act becumu gee ulthrou I hour Resolved, That the Governor of this Fitzpatrick, IIIgginbnthamllolmeaMoor.\ ,, I

to alight. estate. country, the incorporated| companies Territory be, and he is herehyautliodsedto ing, Parish, Priest,. Putnam,. Smith, and '1
Flag of my country proudly still An act to enable the guardians of infi| may engross the most valuable(;lauds, and appropriate from the Tallahassee fund, Wood, 11 ---'nav", Messrs Bellamy "t ;ri
O'er every mountain wave and hill, children :"and the heir of John Andr finally establish'a system of tetnf try, than any money which he may deem necessary Braden, Brown, DuiHont! DuvAl Macon \ t r' ,
Preserve derd. to convey certain real estate (the which nothing is more detrimaiial to the for defraying' the expenses of locating the McKinnon, McNeil, !Iltcheht and t.";
thy I glorious flight mentioned.An I. interest of a free people. ,,80 nprdful has seat of Government of this Territory on Walker, 10-and the said bill not being

'THEY'.NE'ER WILL BLOOM AGAIN. : act requiring co nty'Judgesincn ;! Congress been in this respectthat lands the Suwane river, and for any oilier expeiiM1 passed by the lawful majority,is lost.. The "
I s to forward cope 'of 9nJers for de 'granted to a corporation carry limitationas incident or appertaining to' fully yeas and maya being also, required on the f'f I I
:They ne'er: will bloom again- tions to the Governor. I to 'enure. The township bf land in carrying into effect the aforesaid object. nassago of the;bill entitled, An act to abol. r I : I t
Youth's bright ind glowing hours, An act( to divorce Josephine GanpeGagnt't this Territory! which was conceded to the Resolved, that the Governor be, and he (sh the Territorial Taxes, against the objections f.. I
When Passion led his train 'from her husband Lewis Giignet. Deaf and Dumb Asylum ,of Kentucky, is hereby requested to make a report to the of the Governor, were .
Through Mirth's' frequented bowers, An act to 'divorce Lydia I1.:Star an contained a' clause' which compelled the next Legislative Council,how and in what MesonDowning, Dupont, Duval), .feU'I'I 1
: Robert Star. trustees to dispose of the sans) within a manner the money arising from the sale uf Mooring,'P ;
In autumn's blight or ,winter's night- An act to repeal a certain act,. and limited period of time. | the liberal donation of land made by Conglees nam, Smith, and Wood,' 11-pays., I
They ne'er will bloom again.Thep of an act, therein named. In a new country the assertion of the to this Territory, has been expended.( Bellamy, Blount, Braden, Brown, Hip-Bin- Jt
never returnyouth's' An act to. alter the place of sale unde; principle may not be very hazirdous; but The yeas and nays bting required by GothamMaeonMitchell, Prio,and W Ilk- ii
may execution, i Issuing out of the' Superior' where principle i is concerned, 'rcutnstan- Messrs. Fitzpatrick and Diival, were yeas, er, 9-end the said bill not being |uuwed by I
warm alluring dreams, courts in certain cases', should not change it I Mr President, Messrs. Bellamy Blount, the lawful majority, la lost. 1 'z 1
Their lights no longer:bum, An act to amend an act entitled, an act, Again, the bill i is defective ti this, that Brown, Fitzpatrick, Higgiubotbum, Me A bill entitled I An act to provide for the 'j t. '
Quench'd are their morning beams- regulating the pilotage of the Port of St. 10 restraint is imposed"wherel"/" preventjneoraTew Kiunon, McNeil, Mitchell, Mooring, Par compensation of the'I inrmbera and officers ;.1 j

Their sheen hath fled-their promise dead., Marks. .. persons from enrrossmg the ish, Priest, Holmes, and Wood, 14-nsys, of the Counciland for other purposes,was I r : ::1
.', They never return J An act to divorce Martha Redman from Nhflle Ftock. (I. MeasrerBraden; Downing, Walker Duval, referred lo a committee of the whole,\the ;: !I' .
may her husband Elislia Redman. The 11th section is too ambiguous and Macon, Putnam, Smith, and ,8. So house went into committee thereon, and ',
They can'deceive no more- An act to repeal an'act, to provide for doubtful in its construction. j said Resolutions are passed.Mr after some time spent therein thai\committee i '
The loves of early youth, the appointment of pilots and Regulating' I object also to the act to aloliab Territorial \ Putnam from the committee on en- arose, and Mr Dupont,Chairnicn. from ,, '
Their melody is o'er, ,. the rates of pilotage at Key Weir, and for Taxes.: It provides flat' County rolled hill., Reported as correctly enrolled, said Committee, reported said bill as I }
other purposes.! Courts may reduce the amount of taxes in an act to amvturan act to incorporate the amended, which was greed, to by the 1 m r
And still'd the lips truth : An act for the relief of the inhabitants their respective Courtier An essential f'loricla'Pt'nineula, .Jwkwiviile Rail house and raid bill Wllffl'll. second and # ''l ),
The" heart is| cold, the form is old, of Amelia Inland. priru-ipln with all governments is that, taxes Ro Cotnimuy approved 15th February, third time,the rule being: waived,and 'passed '\ r

They can deceive no more. An act to authorise John Wamble to establish shall he uniform ; and that all, under 1834-an act for the relief of Edward -ordered that the title' .be M before 1
I. ". 'a ferry across the Ocilla river. like, circiJnutances, shall equally: contribute Chandler an act to revive tan act, to pro stated. I
Th.f ne".rhan decay-! An act to make securities t'qually.linbJe to the support government.; This, result vide for the collection of judgments! against Mr Blount called up from the table bill 4
The hope that Heaven Inspires, in certain cases. t under the present act will not be obtained. free negroes, and other |persons>> therein entitled An act to provide for,,building a t'
All others may betray- An act to authorise Ahr{r ham 1 Smith to In some counties the taxes+ may not be reduced named-an act for the relief of Joseph F. Jail In the county of Walton which was,
But these eternal fires entablih a ferry across Be '- river and St. at alit in others the reduction may Wachob-an act in addition to the several on motion of Mr Downing .ludefinatelypostponed. t

Live through all time, in every clime- Mary' river. be a half; third', at the discretion of the acts, regulating the mode of proceedingon .
shall An act to amend the several) acts incor court Being interested,*t rivalry ith attachment act to Incorporate the A bill entitled; An act to establish a ferry t
They never decay I porating ihe town of Ai18la| 'tlJcoa.An the courts will he to reduce III assessments Pond Creek and Blackwater river Canal on Juliogton Creek of St. John's river i wl
DIAICIDIS- act providing for tie removal of as low aeposaiblet at any raje, it is not |>reBiunuble Company-an act to Increase the ,capital was read the third time and passed-::ordcred .
justices of the peace in retain cases, and that the several cppntie*,, acting of the Bank of Pensacola.\ and to amend that the:title bees before stated r.
Nothing is more disgusting than the co- for other purposes. separately can fix upon the[ ame assew-, the laws incorporating said Bank, and for Mr Duval called flora the. table, a bill "
wm pubhco endearments in which new An act to establish a fern:across the St. menu and consequently iniformity, of other jMiqioses- nd an act to fx I permanently >> entitled, An act for the relief of Hillorr E. i
married people so frequmtly: indulge them- John's river. taxation, always material, wilj be departed the seat of Government of the Territory Simmons, and others,which ws* read the J
elves. The thing is obviously improper ; Florida ,which signed third time Ordered that the till !,
of by
but An act for the relief of J.hn C. Clelond. from. ;L were paused.
the this I could overlook, were it not,, also An art to make pertnnnrat the County It is objectionable moreoVer; in this,that the President of the Council be .. before stated "' t.-
perfection of folly,, and imbecility. Nowise site of Madison County and for other pur all monies received are to be paid for Mr Blount asked and obtained leave,the Mr Pariah moved that the vote taken on f
man counts his coin in the presenceof poses.An. county puriiose; which wi i l, cut off the rule being unanimously waived, ta Intro yesterday, on the final passage of the bill '
those who, for aught he knows, may be act to amend an act; to provide for revenue of the Territory, 'and I thus .leave duce a bill entitled, an act to' provide for entitled, An act_ to fix' permanently the t
thieves-and no good sportsman permits the collection of rents, paced 20th, Nov. debts and claims which onUrtandin/r, the compensation of tin inen4iersand>> officers Beat of Government of the Territory of
the pup to do that for :which the dog must 1628. fAn unjirovided for. FunherraoiV,each county of the Council and for other purpose, Florida, he reconsidered The yea and E

be eorrect 'act to change the time of holding the is suljrcted to the cost of ijs own criminal which was read the first and second times, nay being required thereon by Nessra.
Never associate a, second time with the elections for,members of the Legislative ;prosecutions.. Some of hem are no. the rule being waived and trdered for a .! Macon and Duval. were yras-Aleacra,
nan whom you have seen misbehave him- Council, able to do this, and hence, bejng unable to third reading to-day. Bellamy Braden DoDin Dual!, Edward -
elfin his amps." I hate seen a great deal An act for the relief of grantees and encounter the criminalswill Mr Duval from the committee appointed *,jilgginhotbam-1 Msc o, Me-
o/life, and I wake myself, upon the assertion : claimants of lands in email cases. bet fumed UpeDUl/Jb: fear of to wait on Mr Edward, and receive his Neil Pariah, Priest,and Walker,12-nayv,
that' no man*;evrr says or does that An act to divorce John Gamble from his hfneut { one', r muLI rote oa the final) passage of the bill entitled, Mr President, AI am.Blount, Brown Eltriwirirk -
brutal thing when drunk, which he,would wife'Sarah Gamble.An tuunity -aed i Legislation ah} proeertl an eel to fix permanently. ...a. of Gov. [ HoUnrn,, MrKinneo, Miiehell, '
oat always say ordo when sober Ifbedurst act tot the relief of the beiraof Mary upon that principle' so that ,the stronger rrrmwnt of the Territory of Florida, re- Moorinjr,'Putnam,'81. and Wood.1L .
He wboee, friendship is worth having, T. Blocker. shall give aid and a. Mtaoce to be weaker I ported Mr Edwards aa voting b toe oega- 80 Mid motion pravaiud, and aidj
must bate and bo hated. An act to legitimate ad change the I parti. It UaU important. tfiai tt regularpun i ore thereon. ? blU {li ordered .to rceoosikml, tad:ire .





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i taken tip from tfa toWe- Wecpon Mr|jibe lollow eataiz> tit i ion from foieEsesllescy A kaerlhna i rtndeosa at Paris,wbieh IT Tni t'1EI FoOD. Some time --
' t Holmes raorrd to terike out the eoarticg tie Govrxvor: was nrppfmTto we Jlr. E. Forrest, 16 the a brUcer in Wall street was notified The: Courier.

.#;- clause wf the LiB Tbe 3"eM and nays t*..I 1 Exxctmvi Orncr, { editor of tbe SewY i;: Evening P art,I. die C hier. 'of:tie of the Banks, that hank a -s gs i '= 3; = :i = :::==ags: ---_
I' ing required oo B id ta&wBf Iy Mar& .'' Feb. Uoh. J&W. i gtres .a r rjr is ef sing and graphic accnmit 'sderaUe amount of stock: of the Looks THURSDAY, MAKCUSoT t

f Mwrtog and BitranL, were re** -Mewss.Hhmot 1 T i1x LteMalm Gnatci: ; 0(* 1 iDtroduz&jaa to the King, from frtandbg to his credit on the ,
1. lid ward. Uoko JcK3niK .J sad filed blrJb fe the 1 had lien standing for w long rime o -
> I l Mitcbrfl: Wowiof:, '$i d Wood-7-cajR,, with the Secretarj of FJccKla, the IiAJowr- 1 1 BPh bout tie dividend being called for,that In our lart japer we endeavored to give

t blew BeEnmy, llrade,Dnriiing.D TaI, ing acts, so wit: 1 j ... 103 cendemen were assembledat >as presumed the owner of the Block the mates, ,di ances, and modes of travel :

,y I u Fitzpatrick: Iljgricliotbwn, Ixrre, Macon j An net to moorpome the East Florida ]4 the dot* erf the Council Chamber, aDd 1 fbrgoten this portion of bis property.broktr from Provident, Rhode Island,to Uh place, I

i JleXeJ, Parish, Poets, Putnam,and Walker -j Rail Road Company. j I!urysMail food had scarcely joined the ;, baring ascertained aced and We omitted, ty accident,to give the distance
c 11. So aid UK&JO: is fo t. The biD 1 An act ta>> Jncorporcte the Bank of Jftcisoeiille. grocp, mi n die doors peoed aDd one by U' circimslances the book of the from Providence to Boston I
' I **mt tben amended in the.J1w e tyetrikaaf ; itme those &re ns peed in. A Sent Ik, tuned to his own records,and found ., which u about
: out of the tmxA MIJOB, the words, Au act m preeaiibe mode oreretzingtnifl maD oidx/et the door demanded the names t at tlat time be had been furnished forty'mile, and U passed partly in stages,

' I '"Markncs. n floe Couuij cf Jark8on,*'and :,; dan near the Iowa of.Q.uiuc'J', in the ,I cf tlKMte vLo pawed, and anmcraerd them ,bn act iaintance .:o buy a guanuty of and partly in:can: ; but as soon at the rail

insertbg in Deu tbtreof; the rordi0ayofTa1la1i' County Gadsdeo. 10 the Cot 1. Afierbearingtboseof-fan* ,tfetodc.: It turned out that this was tbe road if completed| (which may be in all thiiseuonJpasseigers

So saM W3 was read tbe An net in addition to the prrtral adz, dry man-fwes, counts &.e. anoounred, it T etocl! The person of whom it was I ) 'will be transported in
$,l third time and put on its passage. The repufejirg the mode of proceedings on: altacbtoerts. at fast ctt veto tnj torn. Wy name was bcbt, 1 r mistake'' transferred it to the 'hours. At present the time two
i Teas and stays being required tbrreon, bj 1,aodSy rej Bted, I "enten-d, and made my bier inteul of the real purchaser, and required is from
three and Mf to four houri
MesBra, EhuoL, void liotaiec were An ad to amend aa act: rDtit1ed.u act debut bd.re die King of Francs, with not thresh pchaser jut at that time sickened a : The paSsage
'i )JeIIIrI!. Bdbmr, Braden, Brown 'b. Itt,to ioeorronde the florida PenioBula aod j i half the ttrjndatkm 1 eoced on prejneatmrckTClf d dni, leavinga widow and a 'large from Provides to New York by Steamboat

., tog, X>an&, t c'aarur4d tio Jarkjwmlle Rail Road,Ocapaej. I J, fur the fires time before a fair Wits very' slenler means ofaupport.hsock is not BO longas we stated;; it is, on an average

Lore, Maeecsdf Priers> Piitttaoi Aa act fur tbe relief of Edward Chand1fr. -M soTereigDiB New York. I mean the sovemro -; as been acid, and the proceeds about twenty boon.

aDd Walktr,1 4 mvt,Meanc. Bl nn t, IAn (tOO e, on aa: occasion... you will 're- of, log her with twenty semiannual By the politeness of a gentleman
Edwards, talAc1inaon: ,, Miu-Lt-11, art b reriv aa act, to provide for#roD t. dmhdii jnourtfingin all to X1.500, paid' ,been famished with we have
1 Woorior cod \OOt,7. So aid sal tepawed. the cfHecrioo of judgments against free The KJiff addreswd a qwsuon to me in oreo tbjfwidofrand. her family, making thelind' and Steamboat
.*Ordered drat the tide be as LdQreJIta1ed negroes, and ,ctber tiersnns tbereSo named.Aarnct : French: a&l after rxrbanpor few stew tbebeartrtot<,'as II bas; also the heartS mute from JacluorivilW to Kew Or/eans.--.
: ? : iWlb* refid'ol'Joseph F. Wa- V Ices, I tide trim farewell bowed to the. of4, who have- been made acquainted W regret that,w e have ,not yet ascertained

"1 Jl-1'Iisuklidram the''onun'aee oo ebob: J Qjiaen anf"ccben of the royal family, aud wiif'f Rory. {[.V. Y. Jour. Commerce. 1 the distances from several. other places of bu.sines -
Pti. iftr, .prcs* ted die following lean I Aa act ioeorporste the Pond Creek vitbdrevc. ;and we take this opportunity'to invite

from iraUmViUca: aDd Black ater nrer Canal Companr. Our pVun rtfoijlkans often laugh at the fit QCEE.I CHARLOTTE; the j flagship I the people of Florida to furnish
-1'v tW..J d te Grand: An actjtq tacTOu* 'lie capital of the mimic loonarehs of our stage for their d'r British! fleetcaptured ,by ComnK this us with information -
t m G&n"uwl.iU trnderuke to Bank (PenBaroJa, and to amend the laws want of grace aoS dignity. A 'trip to the dorPenr, in the ever-memorable' battle on subject The great trouble

f jamieb fwdre boodmd and fifty cops of ioeorpora c i said Bach, aod for other j Court would _fry them that real 'mont on"ake: trie, bas been raised from the with travelling in ajoung Territory or State,
t the La.. enacted !/ the rreseot LrgUla- purposes. arches are not ilwavs overstocked with pfci where she bad been sunk.in the' Bay j is, where and how we are to go. A list of

fire Council, printed in eueh maurxrr as An act amend. aa act mt.it1edD act I these quafides/l jf Jcsque bit', and safely moored ishore.Winderetand post routes and public roads is always useful

f' : 4. eo fonD to tbe ecood rolame of the to iocorponte the Subscribers: to the Union .1 that she is perfectly, found, and we presume oar friends will'consider

; 2 compilation of tbe Laws DOW in coarne of Batik ol Florida. MrLDta.-T\icXewfaurgb Gazette gives anon the opinion of goon luuges, jwonn that we are doing some service
pu4teatiocL. for tbe mm of five dollars per An art to ids fur the compensation ;an account of a ornd murder, committed mo than when first launched from the by inserting
P ; t pajre, which wi'J! be received as a oooiptnaatxn of the mea :;:and officers of the Couocil i in Mmwiut',Qaoge County, which was Btos. The ship with two others,tae De-, the following schedule. The places namedare'stands'

.i. \rue the work,and for preparing sides aDd for dbtr purpones. obtained from brie of the Coroner's Jury. rye (British) and the American brig Law- for the mail route

J notes and an lake in cue your bonorable An act forthe rdief of Hiflor/ E. Sim- The murderer p named Peter. Crines. rep, were sunk, for preServation our Miles
,,. body ball see fit to accept this tuodifjca- monti, aDd oiter&: I ]lie returned bfne drunk from a wood da about twenty'years since. At them From Jacksonville to Waterman's, 35

ffaVmI -- -- Hersh-- -# .w-+M.nf. I An act to taabTiEb a ferry on' JuLngion frolic, sent one c bis children for a whip,
Beroectfullr, I ,Creek of tbdSt. John's river.' with which he feat his wife till it was worn together| with most else of the< public Aligator P. O.'(Jones') to (Ross',)
WAI.'WIL..f.OS.TaIlabafJllet" Au sot incur fovste the Union RailRoad out; be then wpt himself for others and I wierty, were sold, and have noiv become I Mineral .' '
Springs .
FHx 14th, 1835. Comptoy; in the Territory of Florida. beat her tin heid worn out seven whips. bbroperty of Messrs. Miles & L ach, of 36
t Which was read *hereupon,Mr Btount, .1 have al4 approved an act to fix permamsrdy lie aim kickexlaod Ramped upon:: her hJxirough, who have succeeded in rais- Mineral Springs (Ros ,) to Suwa-

oflVred the following, refolutkn: tb| Mat. of Government of theTerritory threw her upon be fire and dragged her njbe Queen Charlotte and intAid rnisn nee river ferry . ]8

Resolved, That the Governor be re- of' out again, until \Ibe bad become almost /the others. We understand/it to be Ferry to San Pedro .' 18

ouertd lo contract: with n.mam'i1.o JOILV IL EATOX.Wbkb eeofekw. lIe ttn placed her upon the thmtention of the 'owners to fit/her out, U San Pedro to'Whitten's, 21

4 for the publication of the LAWS of the r re- *ra read. bed .and lav besJJe her. In short timein for brig or ship ringed, and pic her into Wbft en'.to Tallahassee, 34

sent &*ion aeeording to the proposition On rnotioi of Mr. Downing, a select consequence f her groaning, the un hChicago trade.-[Erie Gazet)! u Tallahassee to, Quincy, . 22
s of the said Wilson contained in bas leUtr committee wis appointed to wait upon the fet.rmrelth kifced her upon the floor. r in i f '
t.; of this day, and that the contract: heretofore Governor, tw inform his Excellency that Afier leaving berithere for a while he atom PROVIDENTIAL! ESCAPE. Thi Steamer Quincy to Mount Vernon (Chacta-

made with the said Wilson be re this House ispow" trail to adjourn without I and again taj] her on the bed, saving Dphin left St. Augustine on tie 3d inst. hoochie,) . . 20
scinded. day, and t> know if be bas any furthercomntuoicatiai to bit Dote girl the her mother was dying, (b Charleston but stopped at Savannah II Mt. Vernon to Cedar Bluff, 100

Which was read and .the rule being I So make to the House- but refused to let he alarm be given to the .1C\\"ood, and was detained there all night Cedaj.Bluff to Pensacola, 125:
, waived 3feeffrc. Downing Blount and Braden +tout 9 o'clock the of the 4th
; paned, neighbors until moot an hour after her on evening Pensacola to Mobile . 75
, f ilr Putnam from the committee on enrolled were appoiutef; ua said committee. dalh. The murder was committed in itt\lrs. M. and her daughter, of Baltimore.pngers "
r bills, Reported as eomcUv enrolled. Sir IJmrnitftr from the committee aD- the presence of his family, the oldest a girl : were returning on board, from ,Mobile to New Orleans by Steam

me ruikiwuiir aCU-\JI- Iwr ue relief f pointed to wail aioo' the Governor-Reported thirteen Tears of age, who were'deterred lisit to a sick' friend in the City Mrs. M. I Boat, . ISO()

Jlillory E. SimmoulIAd oU>crs-em act J that tiit duty. had been perfcrn: from giving the slam by the threats of the 'nstook the pc int of entrance into the boat A rail road is now building from Tallahassee -

to amend an act, enuUed en act, to incorporate by the commit(re, and that they were m- Caber to kip them likewise., The mother al fell into th@ stream between the' boat to St. Mark's, the corporate fund amounts
the Subscribers formed by bis [xcellcncy be bad nothing the al the wharf: 'The shrieks of the terrifi-
to Union Bank was daughter of a respectable( inhabits to $100,000, and it is expected it will be completed
e of Flortda-.n met to mat4Wi r ftny on tun.aao.u..irWbtTeuJtOn.lr of MioiraaiaoJ ha, left fire small f daughter gave the alarm to-d.o immcn- in 'a "" ,.
Jujingtoo; creek of fit.Johns'' river an act Fitzpatrick offered the children. C Des is now i in Gosben jail., ITS in the catin, some of whom' had re yensThe
to incorporate toe Union Rail Road Company following resolution: l\lr.lanrIJ M. Gould, of St. Augus- fare by land from this place to New

1 in the Territory of Florida-an, act .Resolved urwoimously, Trial the thank Tails tasme. Saturday March 14. te,was the fret: to reach the spot, and the Orleans is seventy dollars, and the travelling
for the corDpetMaiion of the members and of this Legislative, Council are due to die Cot Wbifc ,'e"uudmstatJd is spud that he discovered that a human expenses about twenty dollars..
officers of ihe Council, and for other purposes Hon. John Warren, President thereof this 'x to be at Jar son Court, which: will| be in ling was struggling for life amind theaters Thus much we have said in this and the
-end i resolution authorising the dignified and uupartial conduct during ; he plunged in and succeeded in
5 ap seaoonceived nexrweek.of We have not yet recofr preceding number as tithe facilities for trav
propriation or to the the present Session staining the lad until the other
money defray -
rxpei t a of his Circular. Oo passenars
looking elling, and the distances and pla-
sea of Commiwoners for locating the Beat Which was readand unanimously over the eedings of Congress find were enabled to extricate them both expenses
," of Government of the Territory of Florida agn-ed to. the fbilowiu'/ pn' appropriations for the, we benefit om what seemed an inevitable watery ces refreshment. We may have trespass
3Ir President made suitable .! ed the of friends in
Air Blount of&red the following Resolution thereupon a Y7orwla. t There may be others which rave.G upon good feelings our
c, :- appropriate reply. have escaped our observation, but enough uld is the'Son of Judge Gould, and occupying sd much spate upon this subject,
Resolved Trial the Governor cause thee The House Ibm adjourned) ItMdu.Attest alow wnoo and conducted the St.
appears to that our,delegate has not Augustine and we should pot have done it, but fir> the
account of Richard: 1 bay want-for contingencies JOS. B. LANCASTER.Charleston been idle orinatteotive to the interests of..: erald!, the office of which was consumed simple fact, that we belive the informationis
for the present. Legislative Coun Secretary.* his constitu Jits. y a destructive fire six weeks since.
a amounting to furry-two dollars and Charleston as important as any that could.be; published <
Tbe fifteen thousand [ "Courier.
twenty-four tents, to be audited and paid ( Courier, ICth instJ] for the roarsfrom St. by us., Strangers at i distance know not
A5OTUCR' Bairiia OorsacE Augustine to Pensa
out of the appropriation'for defraying the on rat cola has the House ;. AUGUSTA, March 7-Snow. We experienced the means of performing journies, and very
AMEaicA* rtao ASD AnEaicxs raorEarr.Faou pzsaed of Representa j the fall :
of the Session of the Council largest of snow, on Wednesday
expenses *. RtixcD Tbe lives. Thif appropriation will bridge many are deterred from visiting the younger
*- brig Enterprise every and
the Thursday eve
year 1835. Smith entail riverjand: make a road probably r States and Territories because do not*
Sir President I laid before the Legislative! Opt. arrived at this port yesterday, pennanent known in this quarter. It commenced ,they
Council the Executive from Hamilton, Bermuda; whence she Rail through tb']Apalacbicola swamp. : beforedaylight.anl 1 continued all know what it will cost and where and how

: fallowing communication ed on die lit int By this venel we received Five thousand dollars has been appropriated -the first,day, and till after. bed time nearly, with they can travel.
for Le
EXECUTIVE (jUICE, l .lIam LOD papers of the 25th and of improvement river. of the navigation very little intermitsion-and again, from The affluent and genteel are all for the
26th u It.The Cbiiola
Feb. 14th, 1835. S Enterprise sailed from Alexandria, An appropriation has been made for about 3 o'clock. Its .P.M. next day,. till aftermidnight. Grand Tour"-or a trip to the Spring in

To the Legulative Council: D. C. on the 22J January bound to this confiiructioi of a new road from the was about four or depth five yesterday inches but morning, the Summer months; but'they' do aotevenn

I nominate the fallowing persons pont, having on board seventy-eight slaves, of PensactU Bay to Caropbelton .Ibj it first commenced: the ground; was so wet imagine that the mildness of a Southern winter -

Co be JuMicrs of the Peace, for the county belonging to gentleman of the name of Webbville Jackson County to and the atmosphere so mild that it melted evening, and 'the ,splendor of a sunrise,
of DUt'al-Jo..n. Rkrhanl F. Hethune Simpson, who has been here time date all the :ipper neighborhoods. ,
some as fast as it fell_ till near nnnn. ThA thAW are-more healthy and pleasant,than a crowded
Ozias Buddiniton William waitmr their amvaL She An aptimpnatiou lea also been made '
'Creifffi; ton.- exnerienced: asuccetvion was rapid all dnyyii d.d;
very i'ay coach of hard bed after dusty
stage a' a
extend the mproYellll'lJt of the
And for tne county of Washington-Jobn of bad weather, which drove; Chockta: dissolved the
Brown ,JNO.,, 11. EATON. her off the coast and having exhausted the -whatebee- too the Big Spring. greater part ofill last evening.Chronicle. ride, when one is liable to be annoyed by the

Which was read, and tbe nominations provisions on board!, the captain was compelled Ten thousand dollars have been appropriated [ gaiety and levity of the ignorant,and the impudence

therein contained, were advised and cog- 1 to put |nto Bermuda, on tbe llth for' drarirg out the Ocklawaha. PzcAcoLA, Feb. 21 JVaraJ.' Arrived of strolling dandies.
anted to by clad House. Feb. to obtain supplies.. Oo the 18th Feb. A bill granting ten acres of land at St. htre -
The Iloust) took up from the table the laving completed his arrangement, Capt. Marks, exclusive: of private claims, to the War, Vandalia.Sunday-last We, understand the U. S. Sloop of The severity of the past winter, which U

nomination of Tboa. Drown,' Auditor of Smith applied to the officers of the Customhouse Tallahassee Bail Road Company, has pas. weather experienced here that thecold almost without a parallel in the history of

Floridaaail ad'iaecland consented Jo.tbe fur his paper, which were refused. sed the House of Representatives. and 8th i st. was felt on: board the on the Vanda-7ih this section, has seriously injured the orangetrees

_M Shortly afterward through the Interference -r.., (Floridian. his, then-.*.. oalh>outh eU ,of the and :retardadsb..'=w\b.nr &_ .wm 1
.Fitzpatrick offered the following of a society composed colored .
persons Island of Cuba '
olution u.Whereas. a writ of Habeas Corpus was issued Gor. Eaton and lady, left this place last On ; last crops. The oldest residents inform in; that

}t ,:The pay and mileage of the by the Chief Justice, and notwithstanding ThuJ'1lday-ll Eaton has gone to Pen- Grampus Ttesday, from""a cruise, the U. a Schooner the season has scarcely ever been so uncom

Member of tbe Legislative Council js inufficlent the |>rotrst of Cape Smith, the slaves were :cola on her Way to Tennessee. The governor Windward and! Leeward among Inlands tbe Virgin fortable. The bark ofrind of many trees has

to defray their necessary ex- forcibly' taken from on board his vessel. and will be a wnt a few days on a visit the Spanish M its: She :5last from, and on been so affecte'd by frost u to crack and'MT-
to ApaJacb.Ib...
J>enses brought before the Chief Justice, who '
or coa and Janiaca. We understand er from the ,main body. The copious ra n
Belt therefore resolved tiered them to be set at
unanimously liberty. Captain tbe officers thai will
the Governor and Legislative Council of Smith WM also thrown into pruton, where The rebtitui between the United States every thing was quiet and which have fallen within a few weeks,

the Territory of Florida, That our Dele. he was kept several days, and bin veMelli and France are; doubtless, t7i& ; and i if American tranquil: in the Vest Indies, and that the do much to restore then, and have a tendency -

gate in Congress be requested to use his belled. One negro woman named Ridge- France shouU take measures of forte, the The officers flag 'as hihlp respected Jhere. to promote the bearing of fruit. _
exertions to have tbe same increased to lye with four children, expressed a determination American government and people would, "peak In high terms of tbe
.Five; Dollars we trust, act on'the defensive with respect and b' totality with which they GOT.. Davis of resigned his
per d.yend'Fyo; Dollars fur to remain on board the vessel, the utmost have been ed Massachusetts
every twenty mild travel. and baa returned in her. This unwarrantable unanimity. That country has a visited. recef at every port they have' office on the 3d inst. and accepted that of
Resolved unanimously' That copy of I conduct of the officers of the British powerful ant I ruthVm arm, to which au -[Gaztjte Senator in Congress. By the Constitution

the foregoing Resolution' be forwarded Government, in interfering with and forcibly urnted.uuditiiled aid manly front must be pre- Aw OBIGUU. ASECDOTIA short time of that State, the Lieutenant Governor we-
forthwith to the-Hon. Jos. M, White. lakine posprssioa of American citizens Bui' she does not appear to have since as the mn I stage was reeds of Chief Ma
been dto-poaed strike going pn a very to the duties and
Which this under to the first blow. powers
was and" 'unanimously piracy cover of law-thishigh dark night fro Boston to Portsmouth -
.adoptaL banded jfwult to the Flag of the Uni Other mea aft'l than war or negotiation I driver was alar ed by the of" ieiy. gistrate.

Mr. Dlount o "ered .tho .hollowing reso ted States, calU for tbe artiun of our Government Tbe nay be Fro| tried by the' United States we are kilt eve y soul of us cry J!! The oh driv Ion We approve of this course of GOT. Ihvlber

lution fc and .we confidently trust that than is President has perhaps, gone father jumped of Lid wx, and found that be had because the official. term members of& -
Resolved, That Charles Austin be allow. prompt>> meagre will be taken to redress nrcrtsarr, in recalling the ir&ofe legation driven imo a' ariole, demolished it gnu commences U ordinary eases<'a the
of the and
ed the surn .of Two, Huintreil Dollars for the wrongs and avenge the insult which designated 1 but United States, in the event "spilt an Iris),nan and two women., The 4th, a nd it is peculiarly necessary, ** tb*-
taking earn bf the Capitol and the Public has been offirrrd to this tountT)'. we cannot question the driver somewh that
'ropriety of:Mr. enraged tbe gallant time, that should\ be in dinesstojre-
Square for.the (resent Year';,and that the We understand that $30,000 was insured Cambrelenrt third reao- Hilwmian should keep tbe middle they
.CommU iolier of the Tallahassee Fund, Umo| the property' )by one of the insurance ution. road, gave himW of the pair to the Seat of Government at any
pretty sl's'lion
JJa1 tlife NIne to the said Auin quarterly. offices in this city. bq Resolved made That prrparations ought to ; concluded byl ceking him severe if be lecture did and see' meat. Should occasion requk. asp***
to not
,,Which yeas read nod adopted. The.Bpal iSb Pirates have been out of meet any emergency growing the lights on the Stage? and to be ,'several States would be without.
reprieved our relations with
iv Ir Picpldeet:;laid before the Council Fnuice -(Nat. sure and I did' right lore
and J
{ their
;. for three niomb .' at 2&b tilt; i' tbern." dram : betwane full represeDtatioa; as e1ecUoo.'vs. "
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.xtremely'unpleatanl to offend those, Talleyrand, now 81,thus become so'Infirm r SUGAR MILL FOR SAL, JACKSONVILLE I

lu friendship hold,out encour that when he does to see the king or GREAT BARGAIN is offered, ii the AND TALLAHASSEE
L, proffered but tee t have ,a elsewhere, he is obliged to be carried from sale of a New Sugar ,,Mill, from Vest .
'meat to our, enterprise fait his carriage to the saloon in the urns of it Foundry; diameter of Centre Ri Her,
d by it we will ,stand or", ComJ'fcgooni two servants. One would have thought feet two and a half inches,and two uter .

which have atendencyjdirectly such a roue in diplomacy had been l tctnlly a, one foot ten and one-fourth inches-
individuals i Iron points, &c, as also a t of Public are informed
to libel or corpora- exhausted long since by perpetual excite cog THE > I
I;directly, ties from the noted Foundry in Sco and, Barouches will '
be inserted,in our pater. It is ment. But this is the food, perhaps,which
will not wn by name of the Carran Foundry war- Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to ,
toed for"public utility an d' for unimanly gives him such tenacity of life. ed and proof, as malleable Iron. T1ty cad place every Monday. ; k

l abuse, and it shall not be. made, of the grand Kettle is three huipred arForty pounds baggage will & '
individual" ,, malice.j If the Never within tho recollection of the ons, and proportioned, or graduat to to each passenger,and for any (
vehicle of + y gallons, being;four to the let; L I of one cent per pound will be .
oldest inhabitants has been
the cold
", and s> severe -
'dative Council enact the moslvile\ ch, with Coolers, Vats, and a CisttJTi to ten miles. t
within the lust Considerable
Iffmous laws," (as our .CQrrespondent" Cu- as ice formed in fortnight. tain thirty hogsheads Syrup, w be [jyFare through, each "way$ ;
and the Chattnhochee osed of, if applied for shortly, for at east JAMES M.
'lt with the I
I" pays>) the remedy we are informed that the strain boats met, per cent below coat. Jacksonville, Jan.. 14.CONVEYANCE.
Ut conductor,of a paper, I shall tot libel with considerable inconvenience ir ascending line directed to E. B. COX, on ( don

[respectable body to, gratify the animosity ofL the river. tation, McIntosh County, Georgia (as I I I

individual,however high I, mayconsiderit The orange, lemon, fig, and banana airer,) will be attended to. JACKSONVILLE TO ST.
1 intellectual, attainments.. A scurriloustter trees, we fear, are all destroyed.-[Itm- arch 12. 4wll) I
i lachicola Advertiser. '
addressed, to roe., full;of abuse,will not A CARD. IrE ; ; i

me into a breach of, honorable duty. ,the undersigned,passengers on Vpard L
ghten sink the frail'. thing,who I wn 'st.lowet FIRE. The extensive stables! :beloiging the steamer Florida, take this m hod Subscriber run a I
-ad will only the rtandin to Mr. JamesReside, mail contracts, in turning our thanks to Capt Hill, fci the TIlE Horses from I'
at good
[ tlta.1h* may and .time Philadelphia, were: destroyed",by fire on k and gentlemanly conduct to us whde ono St. Augustine once a week to
h,opinion of rational: .cafldj} rq{ n.--::D. Friday night, 27th ult.. ,It is SUP1l0S!that issage from Savannah to this pUceJ and place Monday'morning.. .
: 'j+
the fire was comnrunicatedbyaspotktvotna r mend with pleasure his boat to !len- St. the ,
Augustine on evening o
FIRE., -Last night, (says! ihe''Savannah lanthorn in the stable. \ g travelling to St.. Augustine and Pic lata. Reluming-will leave St.

Georgian of the IGth' inst., ): soon 'after ten r bbt. Taylor, (1. W. McAllistet., Wednesday morning and arrive
of fire so unusual of late, H.Evans, R. R. Belknap, on the evening of the same
the day. .
clock cry The Collect of the port of Norfolk(, B. Hoyden, Geo. J. Kollock,, will \
i O"Forty:: pound
Lmed our citizens. It proved to be a done notice Mariners W. P. Rifer baggage
gives to that from and arles Hubert, to each ,and for !
occupied by Mr,:Wm. B. liar'son after the 20th inst. will | H. Howland, J. Gueraid, passenger any
\\ tenement, : a Floating Light l be m. one cent per pound will be J,
i and Mr..David M. .Fills, in Houstoun, stationed off Windmill Point, at the mouthof and Malcolm, Gro. B. Frouty, ten miles.lp'Fue. '

tear Broughton street, the roof of which was the Rappahannock river, to exhibit one W. Andrews. each, way, $5. I
To Hill Picolata Feb.17,1835.Q3NOTIGE.J II. II.
stationary light. Capt. ,
before then
in flames and
forthwith enveloped t i
Jacksonville, Feb. 2.
ines could be. brought to, bear upon the .meet .
0 I
Froty of the (
D I general
[ the fire had progressed too far to be commerce NOTICE TO TRA ,
uiMing, had better
of France, published in a French you who owe me
sted. The building was burnt to the paper, it appears{ : that her exports to the ALL me and pay me, for I won't

und; but by the active exertions of the United States in 1633, amounted to about ask you again. I. D HART.

amen, only one other building, occupied twenty-four rnilliQus .of dollars, and her ksonville, March 2. lOtf .

| i colored woman, situate across .the lane imports froiq them! to twenty millio 18.- THERE will be a regular
y .
consumed. The first Her commerce with us is nearly equal to NOTICE.L a week from St ,.. :
building was own-
at that with any other two nations. !. persons indebted to the subscriber, by Pablo,to St:; Augustine ; to
Id by Mr. Harrison and, insured at$GOO. Mr. ither by Note or Book account, are requited every ,Wednesday, at 2 o'clock, ,'
1.who is the,editor and proprietor of the Sa- to settle the same withou delay; and arrive at Pablo the next day.
The Steamer Providence has recommenced nofcdil will'be given at my sure alter the Persons, who wish to avoid a
and industrious
annah man <<
Mercury, an her'.rips in the Sound. Duringthe lOflMarch. HARDY II. !'HILIPS.Tksonville sure on the water, will find very ) I
Vith an increasing family, has been a heavy winter sle has been lengthened thirty March 3. lOtf accommodations at Fernandina. !

lufferer, having lost, besides all his furni- feet, by whicK) her speed, which was be- Dias'j and n-l leave -F rn; di t ,

lure, wearing apparel, &c. of himself and fore first rate, s expected to b., considerably PUBLIC, !SALI.'emandina l'. morning and arrive at Pablo \,'l i

nil/, a stock of goods in his shop, valuedt increased;tad tier accommodations for ,on Saturdaythe)? llth of They can leave Pablo every I
passengers have been greatly improved ril next, between the hours of 11 and at 4 o'clock; and arrive at St :
t(bout $9'0; uninsured, and about thirty P.M. leave St '
and enlarged.A 1 l, M. we will offer at Publi Saleall there same day ; \
lollara in cash. Mr. Fitts also lost his furni- Atate of John Llanza, dedaaed,consistingjf Sunday, and arrive at .. !
> < i the following property' I' Passengers wishing to visit
lore. wit lately remarked, that if one would will be accommodated on I
TUSCALOOSA, Feb. 26-The late Mur- seat himself a strong draft of air; place I House, and Lot, No:12, Jn square Fare from St Mary's by Pablo f I
treT,. The negro man who murdered his his feet in a bucket of cold water, and jin ,No. 9. 1 House and Lot'No.tll U'i ins tine $:).. From St Augustine to : ; '
gle the'shovel and tongs he blight enjoy square No. 4. t There is also a safe boat
naster Mr. Trussels in Green County a '
: No. 12 in No. 3. j j :
it week from Pablo
square once to
Ibort lime died in Jail few all the pleasures of sleighing at a great'dis- ; \
since a days .
3|Lot in Lot No. JO, in square No. 9. will depart and arrive so as to
\goat Erie ;'' he was to ,have' been exccut- count.from the livery stable' prices. llit No. 13, in square No. 10. boat on its return from St < 1\

d I to-morrow. His crime was of a most 2| ts Nos. 1 and 2, in squ .reNG.,14. stage as it arrives from St ; ; I II

nrnious character. The account, whiche REVENUE or NEW YORK.--.-The amount 2kta Nos.. 11 and 12' in square No. 15. from Pablo to Jacksonville $2 ; :
published of the horrid transaction two nf iiui B ,from.importations into onditions Cash / be paid at Pablo. ,-..,.. f&J.I I ,
accruing |
keeks ago,was imperfect. "We Lave since this city for,,the year 1834, ascertained to By order of the IIelrs.:, V C., I I j
that ,he murdered five JOSEPH BERGALLO, )
learned persons. P boat will leave
arTheMail ,
he ten millions one hundred and eghty four t utor.> ::
first his 1 DOMINGO ACOSTA $ \ \
lie[ killed !Masterthen wounded thousand dollars USA Mary's every Tuesday and I
Mistress\ of which wound she has since F, landina,'Feb. 11,1835. '6 8 day The stage leave Pablo I

Vied. He then murdered H' negro woman, for Augustine and returns &
then set fire to the house, and in the bill has passed the Legislature of Illinois NOTICE. ceeding Sunday. j i ,
Jonflagration the infant child of'Mr 'rrlls.Id providing for the construction of,a i persons indebted to the late ncern
.\ and a small negro, girl were destroyed. Canal l which will connect thtj j 'head waters *.*. WATERMAK & PI,rcaITon. will lease DRY GOODS, GROCER t
H'e\ have ,been told that it is more than of Illinois with Lake Michigan. mak ayment on or before the 25lh ist. or WHOLESALE: : AND It&TAI
suit ill be commenced without reelect to
|>rohable, this infuriated demon was contrned persfw. M. K. PINCKS10N.Jalsonville TilE Subscribers keep ) j
in the South Hampton insurrection, A correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot Feb. 15. ]8 offer for sale, on u I
|\'o years ago. gives as a rumor, that Mr., Barry will they can be had, at any store in
be nominated, as Minister to Spain.MARRIAGES. NOTICE. following articles, viz:- ;

The qualifications of a speaker are thus 4 persons indebted to the subscrber by DRY GOODS. ;

Inscribed by a member of the British A ook or Note, are requested to mie im- Broadcloths, Cassimeres, ::: i
[louse of Commons in 1597. medi e payment, or they will be put o cost. Negro Cloths, red, and :
"For he that supplicth this place oughtbe I In Charleston, on the Kith inst. ,the time WILLIAM B.; ROSS. bleached, brownf ,check, strip )
a man big and comely, stately and I of Lent being dispensed by: the Right Rev. Ja Isonville, Feb. Id. nf Homespuns, Calicoes, i
Mr. Oliver of St.Johns' .
Doctor Wood
spoken ; his voice great, his courage England Silks, Glove*, Hosiery, &c. &c.
Florida Miss Eliza
East to Anne
twjestical his nature haughty, and his I NEW GOODS., \
Otis of South Carolina. HARDWARE.
Hirse plentiful and heavy ; hut, contrarily, Ashepoo, TI Z Subscriber has just received) from
he stature of my body is small, myself not DEATHS. harleston, a full assortment of t tEN I Cooking, parlor, and box :
and Fire Setts
0 well spoken, my voice low, my carriage LISH AND WEST INDIA GOODS, Sticks common, Percussion Caps, Lamps Guns,

awjer like, and I or the common fashion ; In this town, yesterday morning) an infant lAND GROCERIES, } narrow.Axes, Adze., Hatchets. 4
nv nature soft and I bashful ; my purse thin child of Mr. Wm. H. Burritt. whic will be told at fair prices for lash: or Augeri, Shovels, Door-latches, :
ight, and never yet plentiful." In Savannah, on the 2dth nit. Mr. Alonzo in ex lange for Cotton, Furs, Hides, tad the Screws, &c. &c. J 1''
Scranton, aged 30 years, a native of New- com n produce of the country. FURNITURE. :

NUPTIAL SERMONS: We see by a'Ma- Haven Connecticut. II. LIB1EY. Conches '
Sofas and work
husetts that', made : Creek Feb. 13. tf ,
paper they have an Bla1t dining Tables, Washstands, :
mprovernent in matters of, Matrimonial MARINE JOURNAL
\ ses, Bedsteads, &c. &c. 'T
premony in that State. The Rev. Calvin NOTICE.
l olrott lately, at St. Paul's Church, FORT,Of JACKSONVILLE.- .MARCH 26. ALL persons 'indebted to the suburibera, 'GROCERIES A : l

ai married Marcus L. Filley, Esq., of by note or book account, are requested Coffee Tea loaf and brown
linghurgh, N. Y. to Miss Caroline A. CLEARED-March. 23d, steamer Florida, to settle the some without delay ; Cider, Champaigne,Claret, Port j
'I illey of Otis. Hill, for Savannah.25th and no credit will be given at their store i Wines, Spices Soap Lamp /'
Sermon from the text, !
schr Girard, De well,for Charlestown,
after the let of February. I Flour Rice Corn Pilot
1 1\\
u no* good for to be alone? We
man. Massachusetts, with live oak.WE BLANCHARD; & RIDER. Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, Salt 1.1
ope the 1
Reverned rentlemit discourse
Jacksonville, January 24th, 1835.. 5tf toes; Butter and Cheese, &C. :
successful in convincing the bride and are authorized to&nnluDce the name *
'jnnejrQojrujW least. of thejiorrectnesa ofe JOHN WRICILfIWy. Candidate -ALSO-
doctrine.-NY[ Courier., .. for MA von of this place for fie coming ORANGE STICKS. Drags, Medicines and Paints
Was 1WE will be paid! for One Hiodred Or- of Crockery and Gl'u. War
it, or was it not Dean Swift who was municipal year. CASH..Sticks, of various sixes,e4 delivery Stationary a large aMortment ,

Buried, on a Saturday evening, and as a are authorized to announci hen at this office,'immediately March 5. Drab, and Black HaU, Capt, | | .

ems for an eloquent discourse on the dis"WigemenU of mUMMtt. BURRIT7, u a can-' o Shoes-together with a variety I"!

of zealous clergymen next didate for ALDCRVAK the coming municipal. FOR SALE. t ticles. BLANCHARD. << ;n

anmin chose f6 ,yean,, JUST received per schooner 'feorte &
as a text We have toiled
I hundred 1 1835.
,' from Charleston, oni, Jacksonville, Jan. ,
H'fht' and caught nothing" re authorized to announce the name bushels Corn s WM. B. ROSS.' O-N. B. CASH paid for

MOBILE w'ot JAMES B. MASOJf,' ai a candi Jacksonville, Feb.18. | 8tf Horn, Tallow, Deer Skins,
Feh., 25. Tile day before yes- date for re-election to the office if AtoiR- Moss, Orange. feel, &.c. <
'1,there arrived at this port nine ships, 1LA1I'. LAND AT ST. PABLO 1 "

barques, One brigs, two schoonens<< FOR SALE. t !
d fz steamboats, making in all '1H1I.ty.'alllQ II to certify that I had *bors race NOTICE. '
one day, without including THIS 2d day of January, 1835with Wif- THE; Sabecril/er.oflers for ale forjeash, or Copartnership, '
that he received ifty dollUlon' me Negroes, or rood THE
in schooners and liam B. Rouse,
coasters between the
tIii8t1 subtcnbertJ
of fine k ham-
swindling account out of pe and he the following tract a.eet5tancur-;
and &
eU1 New Orleans. ndNi of WATERMAN & PINCI
till holds a note of fifty dollars. I therefore<< muck land oa St Pablo as
and forbid all paying: or receivj 'follows, nix -on' the Wet by ftbb Creek, day dissolved by mutual
Singular effects of the lererity of the warn tl.e .ame. on the North by Winslow Fosters land, on ADIN
'eather-Cnpt. Hunt of die scbr, Corne- ing Mid note, u -gj-Jjjy BURNEY.< I' the East and South by lands cf QorneliUlTalor MILO K.
,font N C. two hundred and thirty Jacksonville, Jan. 19.
lb' Swansboroueh, arrired at Jacksonville,'March 21. 2wl3- containing i
Port, in forma us that thousands of fiah three acres. For particulars apply
"ere farad on the shore at Bwansborougb of all descriptions Printed at I. D.hail, or ALL nol1liad.1Ited to I
IaELL' requested to make i. '
I JJ New River, N. C. driven there by the BLANKS iee. at short notice. Jacksonville Jan 22. JAMES Dent to the subscriber who U >>
eorapletely J frozen-Norf Be eon. :rAt.", Work in a hafldom style, f sed to settle the sun. All

Tat WUTHza-On Monday 2d inst. and on reasonableJob term FOR SALE. I IA ehi-ns MtuIBat'will p lease call oa the"

mercury b Salem was at Slielow zero *; Justice Blank*-Deeds"-BJU of.Lading FEW thousand Seed Cane.M.K.PINCKSTON.. MILO E'; :

ds7Ii&ut-et DanYer8 10 below-nt Pro. Manifests, &*, eoiutintiyfor sale at I ." Jaa.19. a 'S '
'dace Ctl' I
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1 ..- ..ui.a.rra..r.: : SlsoriAti'', Chia'rort'lrfiift1TJ'-The N T AT HOM*:- Iii lire; Bluster A- T\R. CHARLES services HOYT 10 the' inhabitants PUBLIC

1 to ,"MISCELLANEOUS.: .. philanthropic Baron Pisann, who, for a I i.irthe" "No, lie is out of town," remW) .of. :Jacksonville! profesllional and of this section of Florida, THE.SUBSCRIBE1t,lturoJi having purch

y4 t ., \ "PATRICK: AND HIS CHEST., '*** number of'ycars, had charge of the madhouse i >rvant. When can I see him ff Idon' as a 'C'urg con and *%8; ian. Edit.or'and proprietorfMr; John from D. ita r

of Palermo, relates a singular cure know; have you any |)eciaJt.ii- 'Ja Jan. 5W! ,1835.: 5tf solicits tie support of the friends of fy

:s A few years since, a eon of Lulls and which he effected by a very simple little ness with Mr. Bluster ?? Yes, the ft a tore, and of interests connected
blunders, came .to America, exacting to stratagem which suddenly'occurred to him lima bill which I wish to settle." "'el'" ''NOTIVE.A' throughout the, Southern Stales. pie,
find gold,growing 6n'tlie treessilver lying "I don't know.wner indebted to the subscribebyBookorflote pubhsTiei this work for Mr.
: ] at the time. ,A :.woman on becoming de- Bald the servant, ] ,L persons .make LeaVr, from
in the streets,and riches in abundance : to ranged, had, resolved never to quit a cer- he i\ II return this Week or trot" "J Iwis are requested 10 be commencement, in the year Jb28and"

;t/ b ty 1 t obtain,which, required no other labor than tain position which she had ,taken,'which } to pay' the; ; bill, na I am to leav vttm payment by the 25th inst. or suits will thus which practically it wCKetad tine/

r' '. .merely to gather them as he went. Filled was stooping down as low as she'oulel imn diately." "Oh you wish to JMI com eneed without delay.3. B.: MASON.Ja tion will be should L Its publi

with this idea, he brought with him, au old hut'still retting on her feet This bent her soul money ? he ia up stairs I'm ill! I iR Jan.'l5. in the i same continued heretofbS the tennh

wooden chest; 'Urge enough to contain half knees to the utmost degree ;f but in this -I ill call him I Please1 walk ii Ie Ja kaonvife manner ha as with su

a dozeo'men, wherein, he ,intended to ,deposite aver take chair sir t improvelDents'a.s ?."i: 'encernav
t I way she continued long she was drai ug room, a ; yoi NOTICJ.L ; ,As the subscriber is solicitous sUgg

t his'anticipatcd wealth. brought. to the (house. She hud continued ify u please ;,Mr.. Bluster will be th creditor*,''I legatees, and persons entitled Journal the vehicle for to make
Upon landing at New York, ho was con'siderably fof ten years without extending her lower you I a moment"-f Amaranth.E A to distribution of the Estate of informaion dissemminating Use

disappointed to learn, that here, extremities. When she under' his
came teerofkK&5
as In his} own country, to gain a livelihood, sensibility [ ?
awaken her
he tried to
he must work.:. In about three months he charge, long VERY LAST FROM COL. CROcirr. dece lied, and late of Duval County, please ture, he invites free and and Hort'
"was tired and sickened} of the new on some subject, without success. -I the debate in the United States vise take otice, that their claims and (demands nication from all unrestricted conlin
At length he.went to visit her one of E the hill for intis- will barredby operation of law, unless persons occupied
and seeing no chance ,of,obtaining that jpregcntntives, on >e pursuits.// Let nrt Lv
inr, and told her that he had come to the exhibited or at the'eJpiration: of one imagine that
-.1 number of ftheVVrf forth ith Facts (
amount-of wealth which his imaginationhad ing ie Hospitals, one or isolated '
lead life of of this and I here experiments ?
determination no longer to a members and olwertl- four reeks from'the date are too trivial
suggested, he resolved to return to his I celibacy, and bad now conie'to ask her rrn arpwj by nc lify all concerned, to appear.on the first be comjnunicated.Tut All kno
native isle. The how Mr. Speaker-My opinion is, that lli n- edge is the fflSS
difficulty aggregate
was, to get the County Court to
hand in marriage. She was at first incligmUlt MondW of May next, at partic
;. ofniHiikind in lars aid
i t ', there he had wherewith trali gineral, are ; SClenCe,1n
; as nothing to de- him make fun be at the Court-house at Jacksonville, every departmt'Dt
and requested not to nclden
G; ', f':8yl1i8; ,-so .calling one of Bed l t'' take the diMdv8nta -of the Duval when I shall make brought )perfectionnot: thronmenuhty tr
: passage upon of her. He pressed his suit with so muchearneflttress flO.1 in Ui 4 A '''' his countrymen, who was likewise about and with ality- mankind in gineral.- application to'said ,Court, for a general settlement a exrrtorJ jn'11'mind b
14 f 7,. i I, returning home,, ,he proposed,, to him a hat at length she so showed many 'some at- sit .1. wn,' whispered the Colonel I'w, of my accounts, and a discharge of by individuals the comnbution, and of particulars hy and

r.: scheme,.whereby he might return withoutpay near him ; 'you are coming out athe mt administration. / generally after the lapse
tentio to his conversation. lie became he is desirous
same hole in. ALDRICH many years therefore
r t :' ing one penny. r you went | WHIPPLE to ha
more loquent with arguments for their as many,facts,to record as can be
Admr. Est: E. Williamson. furnbhe
1 ; Now said Pat 'd'ye that ould
see and from the
union nd at last she smiled. It was the who is
,'' cheat;? Well faith, I'll jist lock myself it, SPEECU or A PROSECUTING ATTVUYin Jacksonville, Feb. 12, 1835. 4w7 his experimental labOrs. systematic.
: first time for ten She became more an aenn hI' L
it '' years. -
; and ve will list be alter thr win it overr"i INDIANA. -Now Gentlemen of thfeiry failures as well a his successful l-fr ;tsUI ,I
: board cheerful,laughed a little, and,, finally. con this else. But I'll first tell !
; when ye get out sight of land. am a ypne? NOTICE. be acceptable. If the last are bei
sented to him. worthy of
,: :: ; \ 1 But answered how marry thing eve since I have been tug that recorded that
; notified
I Teague, am to The fiext for the solemnization prose LL persons are hereby pur- they may be imitated, the Gr
\!; : r get. you.on board of the ship P''! of'the day was appointed attorney, tnere is certain big hugs/thl' A suant to the Act of Congress, of March should be noted in order to be shunned.

1 :! 1 AisyJ; aisy,' replied Pat, 'jist pass it for nuptials. All the tran law that hjvo tried! to rise over m Jjgh 2d, 1831, entitled, An Act to provide for The subscriber hopes that this appeal to b
i inane invited the ,
t':' '" ; a chest of your ould clothes, and divil take quil were to wedding shod} ; but thank! God, I have risen I imphantly the punishment,of offences committed! in cutting fellow citizens of the South, will not be i

; t I me,. if I dont be, after finding'the way 3ho vas dressed and decorated like u, arove the rights and liherv'i of destroying, or removing Live Oak and vain. It would be a reproach to our Plante

I home. bride, nd then carried to an elegant arbor the law, ye, I rises indignantly, aba the other Timber, or trees reserved for naval to meet the fate of the Southern Review, C
: where u feast was prepared for all the I Positive proof will [be requiredof the last it be justly said that
;"J) Teag thought It was, an ,economical jurisdictioi of civility in a blaze of m purposes. may it was so
One of the dressed such Timber that the fered to fall when it,
' t/ plan, and replied. To be sure, Put, but I ,guests keepers was all persons shipping was not only rearing f
as the 'adre, a counterfeit ceremony was I A POLl 'l\hGJSTR.&TE.-Trut same has not been cut from lands the 'proper us a"well merited fame as a literary !
will to'oblige : didn't I know E not peopl
k' i I father, you your perfpriparticu ed, and they all pnid her the most seldom paraded by accident ji A. ty 'of the United States, or from' lands on but it was also vindicating the! Southern ha
and nt he and
was a good priest, reserved for its from the
\ |ir 'innrks of respect and congratulation whose offi is which the Timber has been : naval unjust aspersions which ha-
mother the e frequently clarnoroinwith
good'crllter dident she
your ;iving her the title she(had acquired t the purposes: JAMES DELL, been so liberally bestowed upon us out of 0
the tiine whel( litigatota shilling! warrant* eiw'tily '
nurse me ninny's ,
lUy own of Baroness. Collector. section of,country. The Southern
She tried walk
z I to hut war called ; Agrculturalist"
out f Silence there !
ould woman was like to be dyin ; and sure, een, January 1,1835. tf 2' in some measure

j but I'll obliege my old friend in this little : drons unable ft o the straighten'' barns had her knees.become The still'an ten-d added he, '|wo or three people comrtted, place of the Southern Review,supplies so far as tl r:
I and ,I hay heard word '
bit iv a request'The : not a tliqjbave NOTICE.l gards the circumstances last alluded to. .
ed. She carried and
contra : was placed 1
for arrived Pat said. t serves as a Register not of
day sailing
was p only methods
heretofore t
copartnership existing
... I locked in the chest, and 'r ague passed it at his fight hnnd at dinner. From, this 4 k THE the subscribers, u der the firm of Husbandry, but also of facts relating to w

; ,. I as per agreement;-as soon ns terra firma time h r recovery commenced.r the I The Modish horses presented |ff. the BcEiNGTOir '& BALDWIN, expired thin day by pine of Slavery. The subjects of the dec

: disappeared in the horizon, Teague )just employ tent- of linaments, frictions and Emperor o ilorocro to the Presidedmve! its'own limitation. the treatment, the characters of 01

.- gave Patrick's bit of a kick,' exercis the use of her limbs was gradually been soil" )ne brought: $1205, ai the All persons having demands against said Slaves, are fairly suited to its pages, ia

1 and over it went, unnoticed by any one.- restored, and she is now an intelligentand other $860. They are inferior aniirls, ine'ery firm are requested to present! them without constitute topics as interesting and imp rta

.. Pat who had formed no idea of the water respectable lady of Sicily, who 'oftenlaughs reaps to' the Turkish horse! sent delay to either of the subscribers. as any which can engage either our own a

being too cold for him, or of its being flavored With the Baron, whom she calls some time n o by the Sultan. i '. O. BUDINGTON feel tention or the attention of those abroad,vh
with her esp so, at the amusing freak of the f H D. BALDWIN. a legitimate interest in our concerns.
salt than
Jiis "
stomach more marring ceremony. The Indima i State loan of Black Creek, Nov.5.1834.. 1 The subscriber begs leave, in conclusio,
could bear, and not liking to Ira threihun- to remark, that if he had not undertaken t
. sho6k up'1 in the he dred thousand dollars, was token hy-Hme; ; continue
manner was, being the publication of this Periodical i
:I tossed now on his hack, now on his face, RaM s\El"cE.-In\ September, 1677, Ward &,Kiiig> at the rate of one h\e/recl\ / NOTICE. would have been either,ri
i shortly after the commencement of Phillip's dollars for one hundred and persons indebted to DOCT. E. S. move
tending one moment on his foot, the next twojfillars! ALL from our city, or been suspended
t on his bead commenced kicking and roar wan Capt. Beers, When marching five percent stocks, payable in twetr and are requested to call and Whether it will be in his power to continue i

,."t d ing for> assistance. The captniti hearing from JIa ley with'thir1y-aix men, to the twenty-fi, yearc. settle the same, on or before the iJOth inst. as will depend not cnly; on the Pecuniary bu
Hss'iKtnncel oj'tlie garrison at Northfield,was f no further indulgence can be given. The
the the Literary Contributions of Southern Tlan
noises when he
strange, perceived, front waylaid, wo miles 'this side of the garri- A subscriber has all the notes and accounts of
whence they came; hud the chest taken nAn soME PRESENT. The jife of ters. He'confidently now leaves this matt
- t" board -but what' was lire also on : Bon Jjyja. wreu ambuscade Indians; and John Boyle: of 108 Cliapel Htmtt Sew- Doctor Aldrich, and is authorisedto, give legal in their band. f"oJing.. {BWUBUIit-
surprise; f only sixteen of the party succeeded, after York her husband receipts and .TOSIAH there is wanting on the part of our Planter
that pf the. rest of the when pesented witlthree GATES.
up- I a severe contest, in escaping back to Hud- fine he neither the,liberality nor mental energies a*
Ihy boys the 3d
on inst.
I on opening it, out Jumped| a half drowned ley., The scene of the ambuscade, as described Jacksonville; Jan. 6th, 1835. 2w' 2 cessary to sustain the Southern Agriculturis!
Irishman, who regardless of the roars of Gen. '''A. E. MILLER l Publisher.
by Hoyt in his Rettearche
Sao laughter which echoed from all parts of was a sudden turn in a', deep, ravine *, T DOLLARS RE-\V\ 'ID. WINDOW SASHES, Charleston, S. C. Dec. 11834.:

the vessel. ,. ran.from. stem to stern, till! per*. swampy r Persons desirous of !
{ through which ran a considerable RAK WAY from te sub different sizes, constantly for sale subscribing can app
'a the ceiving liis with friend, Teague, who enjoyed brook, emptying into 'Connecticut river..::: a Jffgronn na OF By JOSIAH FO_ GG. to W. T. JLLIAl\IS, Savannah, or at t tli
the he
rest exclaimed
his fist After a short! contest, Been*,with a few f med Cfutrles and a JVVro teo- Jacksonville, January 28. 5tf
shaking at him11 urder and
named .
his roan Dorcas. It
succeeded in man
botheration I lOch, ye gnalpeen( 1 Ye mur- gaining an, abnipthill is about forty '& and 'BOSTON PEARL AND LITER. .
three-fourths years
' of a mile in i the rear, TO SHOEMAKERS.
deriDe Fourth-
villain dident the GAZETTE.. Volume
Why 'be after woman
ye thirty-eigh The
,A t the holes where they bravely maintained their ground is GOOD Shoemaktr who will attend to Published week
stoppin up that the sea couldent _jiLj man very black-abut five A every ; by
drown me dead, ye heretic !l' some ,against an qverwhelmingforce; feet nine inches in h'ght,- his business, and be industrious,' ,wouldbe JO-LELLAN AND PRAY.
Poor Teague Inew'not how'to answer but at length he received a fatal shot, a'ndthe ( with tl, African marks on his face obis na-
,. for of carelessness -and the survivors were compelled to reti renine caintry. The woman is aboutfire feet establishing himself in this place.' number containing eight large quarto rage
thin fining how matters stood, asked cap Pat from the ground.1 The memory 'of ir lies, and rather thick set. Ay per.. Jacksonville, Jan. 15. 3tf -t'qual to sixty duodecimo pages-of mute

'If he thought the chest l could, him, melancholy flimsier J is still preserved in the son returning them shall receive the above laneoua and original matter, printed on my

home?' carry names of Beers' plain and Beers' moue rewa HHRY W. MAEYh : GREAT.NAT10NAL WORK. not white paper, with perfectly new tpe.

Is it the chest' tain,.!attached.to the respective spots where Cad h r Point, 110. ] AMERICAN MAGAZINE. handsome title, page and correct index vibe
mane dear ? of th
captain end
you e the
the nrst attack made and useful and furnished, and the work at
was the lost
Then I'd be after tellin ye that .unavailing Of Entertaining Knowledge,to be illustrated volum
my gran- WILL PROPEJTY will forman excellently printed
y reactance offered. The high road by numerous Engravings.BY year
thur made agift, uv it to father the equal t
my from Montague\ to Northfield FOR SALE.TIl of four hundred and sixteen pages,
man,, d'ye see was afther giving three thousand duodecimo pages.
"'e it to hw own son, mysel that itt and dident the spot, anil a deep ravine some distance : Subscriber offer for sale hi Saw THE 8ucceis-which has attended the pub The volume will contain twenty-six Piete ]

;, I bring it with me from ould Ireland south of the battle ground is pointed out to ill, together with the improvtnents, of the best Magazines from m of music for the 'Piano Forte, &c. equal tone I I

: sure, the divil must btf in the crater, if she the traveller' under the name of' Soldier's and attached foDESIRABLE r hundred thereto! and seventy acres Land, English Press, has led to preparations for issuing hundred of common sheet music, hie I

could'pt take her own masther home in Hole as having afforded shelter to a fugitive in the greater part of which a periodical more'particularly adapted could not .be1 purchased separately for le .

safety, when be has treated her like from the slaughter. When General abounds superior Yellow-Pine tinber.- to the wants and taste of the American pub than five,dollars and the publisher isdetei .
tleman to 'a sail to Ame a jon Hoyt wrote} ((1834)) the bones of some of there !e the about forty acres cleared md encloeed lie While it will be the object of the proprietors mined Uo procure the simple rather than tt
> -yke. Surely: the dead men still improvements consist to make the work
dear were to be seen'on u strictly what its difficult.:
c.d. wud capting, the chest came from Ireland, sandy knoll near the scene of action, suitabl frame Dwelling House, nearly nev'aid title indicates, it will,- nevertheless, containall Although the publisher.places no tew .
ye just be afther tellin me, why it out buildings. The Mill i is tf articles of interest ita aurary
bleaching in the sun. There had long beena water : to its patrons, whichappear dance whatever, m the support
c.t shouldent find the. way back again,jewel ?' power.Was built to carry two in there>''il
saws.ihough foreign .
Magazines. ,yet
tradition' in the family of Mr. Samuel .. paper, from its engravings
The on.
been'put in
; captain laughed heartily at Put's argumeut l\Ierrirnan/J'e8 t1ent operation. .econ d Extensive:: preparations have been entered be presented occasionally, plates from cow*
at the Northfield
and asked What he intended to south saws, and a small Grist Mill, could;. at ah in- into, both with Artists and Authors
\. farms to furnish and wood of beautiful l
:. ; \ that, the body of Capt. Beers cowiderable be
five upon was xpense
P' This advantagiomly from all
was a stumper. Put buried ift nut parts of the Union, drawingsand Ish. Already have, appeared anhbeantifidt
at oneraUon. The
a I particular in above
4 Stretched his head and henimed spot an' orchardnot property r situated illustrations of Fenimore Coo <
and of
J. subject
...' grinned far' on Black Creek every interest engraved portrait of James
from \ two
Mr. Mernman's miles
house. As below
}; and(, scratched again, but he could not the of and twelve from St John's the ferry which the publishers confidantly; believe will executed on steel, and a.chaste vignette tin
place his burial had River
been the"mut enable
fidd generally ; them to issue work honorable
: an answer to the question. The stands 1 a to its page, engravrd on copper.
cap. believed to be unknown, some curiosity immediately on the bank of(the Creek tiUe and to the American and smnted,
tahy-convinced acceptable various
him of his mistake coU A further People. Its contents will be
\ a description is deemed
; I, made waafiJElo] ( verify the fart thal&lxxly.. unnecessary' The 'American Magazine is there record of Occune,
: lecfion, was. Ibr.hirn, au .. deposited' in that.spot It was Becomingly punbaM ow exami n. mO UhI1-.ta _bomber ddc-dtt'
.. to sail iti the packet, swearing that 'anithT for themselves,by calling on 'the' contusing between ces.S.UtisUc'tutt7t.nVUces.
er time, bo would be careful how he tu4. exanilded lust I summer, and at a moderate residing o* the premises; subscriber, forty and,fifty, imperial octavo pages, atTwo addItion the T Ju PeadsEsea Hi ataer
dertl\ low the surface'were discovered If thtCOOTfr LiiA. DOLLARS { sr annum, payable in advance. elling, Literary fugitive and
ed, his.ROwl'and in the ova mentioned
body a
divil'eowntinder property i. di. It ises making
not com -Portraits sand c
fragments skeleton Sketches Poetry
box.-JFrom, bla'k'muu"" &C., posed t 1" the fiat of August Biographical I
an Sketches
unpublisboo it
nut c'
x ; urae, entitled Charles Rivers.' 't.: proving conclusively that a body had been then b.te. LIed,for one or .JVjlt of distinguished Americans ; Views elegant perlbrye'parlor.Mdfortheloiof
'" : two/eara. Public Buildings, ,Monuments and contributions
( deiKwited t there, and going to confirm the im.prOYemen polite literature; as Arican
' r belief that this was the final Black ( eek, Feb. 2. vN. (; Landscape scenery-the bound- secured from some of the most popular
Etoqciwct.-The following morsel resting-place 3w6 lees vane and of
y beauty which ,
in this authors.
.t. of the gallant and ill) fitted) Beers. .. d
exquisite eloquence, gives one! an Idea of .J. country; v 11 form an unceasing source of in The work will It printed as well.aD.
;.the, manner of doing' things in Ohio. The .[Franklin (base) Mercury. COURT DUVAL,CODNTY.( struction < id gratification; Engravings and tain as mach reading matter as any amg

orator has the floor, and says"Nr.. f IN theniatter of the Fatale at ELi.ax rh descriptioi II of the character, habits, j&c. of quarto 'paper published in' the m!

Chee man I have Trait: contentively for a A CPM-T-TAII-XD Poo,-AICD CU1 y.YI WllL..I. deeeued.-No'ic. of. Di s. Birds, Be its, fishes, and Insects together States; and it nor calf safely and truly b* can!

long time to tint judicial conocrjvabiflties. o f IURK. MAfk In a mixed company ,of: shags: AU persona jnterested, will please with ever subject connected with the Geography the cheapest journal of the kind. tb

the member which last dbtreeseU gentlemen and. ladies, at a hoarding house j 'tab notice, that six'week from the public I ;story, Natural and Artificial re TTBBIS-Three dollars per annum u
you; tattlrt( the other day of tbe tidm he'lo the Subscriber administrator sources of he country,illustrated in heiTto be part 15vance. "
and I freely wry much declines to offer one former related the Estate or of a familiar paper is firmly erttbli te"J
W and
Eliultetlt months
avehy large of Ul amaolL deceued. popul r manner. for U '
any uncertain quantity of requtrks in,1O- story a very little dog will p.nt'hia Twdoljars ,
ho hndse, n, whose tail he accounts to th. lIonorable Boston Bewick Company in advance
represented 1 1
fuctation of as the ,
I my former desertions antI i Judge of the No.
County Court 47. Fourt Street '
or Dun ,
curling eo Bd
dan very strenuously >eton,1834.t
likewise, command as absolutely County, fur Settlement /
au explanation
from the gentleman,wbo Last distressed the to lift bus legs( from the. ground. A frizzle there apply to the ad jJdgTto n and ttr Edi n or Newlpapen throughout the
be IIi.eharrd :. United 8 who SILLOWY'vJfoal
haired I, will publish the JOHN A.
man who
jouug ant so far off that from his foregoillg
meeting on ,what be adminutmfon
authority grounded I of said 'Pl'08pec and ,
notice Proter
be the ''
merely heard eontenl1l' the EstaU JUtrchandiu
said SMIM and
i hit manifold adversities. He telLs tbat something about I
III Magazine time
m to
tbe motion passed remtn contra dictionary curling and supposing. of course that it re- WlIlPfLE ALDRICH to tJie first olame. timeahall be entitled Bl1ltDat11. .

I would' require of the cheer or of(the lated to hair exclaimed, 'That's just the Feb.f' 1835. 6w6 perfon WILL .attend: to the. ..)Mg tad"/J*
very Any
way mine always e8.' The ladies remitting the ''Estate, jn every ; ,
.worthy members of this club, or,-oci ty orassociation ed cud the titter FOIl r"' POM pod Ten' Dollar, shaft recede S de .:; lfJ p'
I gentlemen laughed at SALE. United States. People ? sShc'
whatever hearing
or ,
name may be onproper which the curly haired d r fine NEGRO WOMAK ect copies for ne year-and continued as Ions lug frrm.ene cf the ,
to call It, who this Mr. Veminy are ? young man looked Aver abo'lt u the ouuiey is regularly forwarded. part "' 1'1iJonnatioll

>\Vhat are the principles of hU contra die could very much diine'th.nut ofcountenance, though he and irwer: eWB and, an yean,a efient lfood cod field,wash er, A libent price wil.be paid for appropriate ,can ppJyiDr'athi.of'always receive ce..Ile" sold reede""!..'..:
,not hand_ c1'Ji'
tllnAVhether" he are opposed to the much cause of it, nor so jror term app!! UiDacbt'a ., indwell gotten articles, or drawings; ill nr for,varioua'kind cf )! > dUe' c.til
as e1'fhQ
praanl ttdtniuistswoae r' suspect that he had compared Ms ';, JAMES trativt of) national subjects, pOMetsing ,g
tt HO81I13 interesL ahoy cf the n
bead pan
j t own to a dog's tail. Ltke'J RlWrintinm MU>.;.*J .4
.' 10.. :1aa3 lkc 183a. UOsoiBc.I' to.addrea-d' to him will be"r'"jt..l,18354" -



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