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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: April 2, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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6h gSONVILLE CCJUR ERA [From the Western Methodist..] what he wrought His -his 1 THE LANGUAGE ANIMALS."That o.'i:
atlgge JA step e es- i OF American vessel,! found in U a natural ,
'PUBLISHED,OH,CI:..A WtEK; B LAMENTABLE OCCURRENC the,stem tones of his voice-low and ms- I animals have each a language of their own 'lution of the wonderful growth of this.'

>e | CURRIER '&. CQITRMS r see before theme Gladiator lie : ky With the deep'earthquake of passbn,-I to one another," says James Hogg, in his country. And when I approached the no

use L. ; He lean upon his hand-his manly bro were, the outlaw's own. The aud nce, : sermons, "there can be no doubt I knowa ble harbor of New York, with its forests J '

est [ -|4 ''per year, payable?ha. f 'yearly Consents to death but agony'nd we understand, were almost inclined >say; :good deal of their'language myself. I of masts,. entered more deeply into the I'

I idvance.-:Single papers,12 cents. 1 his head, 'sinks'gradually conquers{ i :with the terror stricken prior in the tragedy know by the voice of the raven, when he spirit and destiny of this land of promise, I f

rtic Advertisements inserted; ,and ontracts drooped, w- : has discovered one of his-flock dead-I 1 that in time! of peace throws forth its merchant .' I I

ran the ado for yearly ,advertising,-"on,,rtksonableernn. And through, his sides the last drops, e' bing "High-hearted man, sublime even i ii :the know also his prelude to the storm and to vowels like bread upon the water: .' \ [ g':

lie -. ,slow guilt." n fine weather. The moor fowls call one for a plentiful harvest ; while In time of i : '
by mall mi be ad- From the fall _.' I another from hill to Ju'll. teamed to imitate like the ,
tai All, communications; red gash heavy O1e.by 01 t .. I war, Athenians fold, seeks and .. I
HOI ressedto E..WittUMS,*. Editor:,of ,e, Cou- Like the first of, the thunder showar;,an now Wild admiration thrills me to behold their language so closely, that I could finds salvation in its 'wooden wall .' I I I :
rtic( postage in all'cue., to, be pal.' : An evil above l ," have brought scores of them within a range [Dr. Follen.FOItEION'NE'WS. .
eft, I IAGE"S The arena,swims around him-he is gc e-. strength, so earthly pi i,
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,1ai 'fLORIDfi" os It is the embodied fiend who tempted him no ; v 1f:..
St Augustine-John f ray, Esq. P:M. ville; Ky. came to hid death on"Saturday Sublime in I" ', call.-They'are1 a set of subordinate things,, FROM Eu pi.-"J :, ., i I i

-e 'Mandari1t-E. A. Cohen, Esq; P. M. last,' through aii accident which has causec guilt like the wives of a nabob, They darn not By the arrival at' New York, on Saturday ,
Irahe "ewnanmille-S Elli t q.'p1\t' ;' \ much sensation and sympathy in this .city. As the tragedy wore to its ( | inculcate upon! the. same hill with\ their March 7, of the ships,Francis Depau, r

c Sprint Grove-J. Garrison,.Esq. P. M. -Mr. M'Laughlin was a young gentleman his excitement increased, and the gloom haughty lords. ,But the partridge nod every Capt. Robinson, from Havre, and Victoria, I

GEORGIA: of good personal accomplishments, gentej; spirit .of the play was upon ,him,, \ mountain bird have a language'to each Copt: Morrill, from Liverpool dates from 'I

riw a.'Afary'.-A.: Doolittle; Esq: P; M. manners and fine talents. usage was 2 power that made a strong impression' of other, and though rather circumscribed, it the former place to the 1st February, and '

eir Sixannak' -S.. Philbrick; Esq.. or 24 yeas, and he was, at times, engngcc reality upon his hearers,. and ,made then w ,perfectly understood, and, as .Words- from th6 latter to the 30th,January, have- "" f I
Erne Jfacmtr Edmund! Russell. in the study of law,'which he doubtlessl.teiuJed i ia- shudder as he pronounced the' following worth says,'I,< 'not to me ,..unknown. Event been received. ,'< 'J

to'' have 'followed as a' profession.His accompanied by a plunge of 'the dagger e stupid i and silly burn door ben, when Nothing bad 'transpired to aid in forming :"* ',

) blIe SONG'OF EMIGRATION.BY .' ininc!was of an exceedingly sensitive, that brought him,to his, death: tho falcon appears, can by a siugb alarm on opinion to the fate of the AmerM i I

MRS.'' HEMAITS. imaginary or poetical cast-which, with Bertram hath but one fatal foe on earth, note, make all her chickens hide n a moment cnn Indemnity Bill in the Chamber [of1 :,::.;1

piere was heard'a'song on. the'chiming sea, his somewhat retired and most demeanor, And? he is here"-"[stabs himself.] Every hen tells you when she has Deputies. A clause has been added to It, t' i

s I mingled breathing of grief:and' glee ; made bin an interesting companion to all :It was at this'moment that he plungedthe laid her egg; and lest it should not Le,well' providing that, in case of the passage of tho t

; fI i unbroken by sighs.was; there,' Clusses of the people. fatal weapon to his heart.. It is said to enough heard or understood, the cock exerts bill, the money shall he withheld iflhero' I '
hn'i Voice; : He'arrived this four weeks the whole of his lunp in dij shall be seizure of French '
P1 i air in city some have been an accident. It is oar opinion, power 'any' property by "\ t
l ha Tiling,with' tririmpi'thesunny' ; since, 'aid soon made himself known to however that it was the result !'of the exCited vulgingthe important secret Toe black the American Government, and appropriated '

Of fresh green lands, arid of pastures new, the Thespian Society of young gentlemenof feelings of the actor, who had so absorbingly faced ewe, on the approach of a fox or a to indemnify. the owners ; and 'it wan .

lao sang t ; while the beik'thro'the'aurges flew. this city as an amateur actor, and it was entered into the dreadful spirit dog, utters a whistle through her nostrils, to lie on thb table of the' Chamber until I r.

a soon found that his peculiar temperamentof of his hero, as to drive home- his heart which alarms all her comrades, and imme March. '
But. ever and anon mind 4nd imagination,aided by his ex- by the'mere spasmodic action of the 'muscles diately puts them upon the look oit. Not The documents relative to the American' ,

r A murmur' or'f rewei1Toid cellent natural powers,gave him a remark unconsciously' moved to do the' one of them will take another Ute until dispute l were submitted to 'the Chamber i

by:its plaintive tone,: ( able ascendency in histrionic 'exercises.He bidding of the tempest of'passion//within. they discover whence the danger i is ap Deputies on the 30th January ; and among '

s That from,woman's lip i it.fell., had, the power'to enter fully into the Taking into view'premeditated purpose, i jt i proaching. If the dog' be witha! man, them was the last letter of the French, r (
0cc ; spirit and meaning of his author, and body was an accident-for he had no''design of sundry oi them utter a bleat which I know Government to M. Serrurrier, announcing

eco ''Away,away; o'er the foaming maid !I" forth into forms of life the subtle creationsof ending his life with the play ; but lookingat well, but cannot describe, and begin feed the course it had determined to pursue Inconsequence

0a This was the free and joyous strain the poet's fancy. v his complete identification of feeling ing again.-If,the dog is by himself they ) of the language of the Presi

a I There are clearer skies,than ours,afar,, The Thespian Society" occasionally have with the part he acted,the accident be- are more afraid of him than any other) animal dent's; message, and enclosing'the draft of '
a star public exhibitions ; and at one of these,on come a natural and not a wonde fbl'conWse4uence. l and then is heard the wbis related. a 'letter to' bo addressed! to the' American '
brighter
will shape our course bya ;
\ e Thursday'evening last week, M'Laughlin\ i through the whole, glen. Secretary of Stale, which is probably; tho '
ere are,plain whose verdure no foot, hath acted the part of Bertram, in Maturin's The hallucination,' such we may callit "But the acuteness of the IPknow' one which the President declines making: .

oI press'd, gloomy tragedy "Bertram or the Casts of did not end with a plunge of the dagger. surpasses all tilings in nature that public'until 'jt had been ascertained whether ; I

I,i J tad whose wealth is all for the first brave St Aldobrand.1'- His feelings bore'him along ye.i' further of.. An ewe will' distinguish', her ownlamb's it was authorised by the French Gov. I ;

guest. '' Since the catastrophe which There was still, after some exclamations of bleat among a thousand brayingat ernment. ''
r melancholy
the time and noise t
same making a a M. Hyde de Neuville, has published a
e has laid in the cold cold surprise from the tragic monks j la dying
M'Laughlin grave, ,
i "But; alas that we should go, thousand times louder that the singing of second letter on the subject of the American .
which he sentence for him' to went
Ho
read
we have the tragedy .on repeat. .
*. psalms at a Camaronian, sacrament in the in which he that it
Sang the farewell voices then, last powers and amidst through it with startling etiect'rwith. treaty, persists
Bpentbis earthly '
fields where thousands congregatedand fw and MA Citizen of
I the'homesteads.wa n'and low are ought to rejected ; '
, "From, the passion"of which, agitating his audience [. ,a burst of exultation., ] that is no joke either. Besides, the the United States" has replied 'to it through / f

1\ ...-.b.he: brookj and in.the_ftlen r.f '.r'Vi like*"""a fore't"we"t10IMf tempest, he received this- his death the ,, .'1 J died no',fi'I.-:( -Ju.l-- -. distinguishment of voice i* perfectly reciprocal the' columns of GaUetinni's Messenger., .' ,

We will rear new" homes;.under trees that wound. artkley wilt be A warrior$ weapon freed a warns tout." between the ewe and the lamb, who, The President of the Chamber of Deputies ,
read the
reason why we I I tragedy
1 While he these amid the deafening sound, run to meet one gave a grand! dinner on the 90th Jan
glow' IL, C. Alaturin the was pronouncing
The Rev. ,
apparent banner another. There are few things which have at which all the Foreign Ambassa
words of the bis and uary
Ai if gems were the fruitage every bough ; author of the'pJay,,was an English clergyman I tragedy; eye shearing '
wild the blood ever amused me more than a sheep dors, except J Mr. Livingston, were present ;
were fearfully was falling
white walls will train the vine powerful fancy. Besides some ,
O'er ,
our we
whole
and the sport continues the day. The claim made on'' France by Russia'was ,
from his bosom the letrian
,I fnd sit in its shadow at day's decline, productions the pulpit' of which' he was' who had upon the young lilelas!gei: We put the flock into the field send out unpopular at Paris. 'A discussion 1
in his personated then
of lady
\nd,watch our herds as they range at willThro' the author, there are now print' Imogine As the last all the lambs to a hill, and then send out took place! on the subject In the Chamber '
"The Fatal Revengd""Wild soon as wor s were
the green'savannas, all bright and still. tragic writings, Milesian Ghie(" pronounced, he fell-to rise no mo e. the ewes to them as they pro shorn. The of Deputies on the Suth, when, after a' t
Irish Boy "The e
moment that a lamb hears its dam's voiceit *|M3cch against it from the Minister of the
The wound was inflicted on i ie left t
that sweet shade &c. As far as we had an opportunity to rushes from the crowd her but Interior the Chambers it the
,But woe for, breast the to meet Missed( by to .
if ot'the
entering
study his genius it had the characteristics pericardium, / :
h rd'trees instead of finding the' rough, well-clad day.
,Of the flowering or dark heort The bleeding was internal' ind so
of a stern, gloomy grandeur: The mamma, which it left an hour, or a few Count Pozzo di Borea, who has represented -
first children pfay'd: slow
% actionof
Where our the in its that the organi
and fearful stroms of passion were progress
it naked shivering the Russian Government the
hours meets at
the birds !I" had the heart was not finally until ego; poor 1
Midst honey-bees playthings of his imagination. He little '
r clog -a most deplorable looking creature.It French Court for twenty-one year, has +
when he left this
to do'with the gentler sympathies of Saturday, scene i
"All, all, bur own shall 1 the forests be, and another curtain tie dra- wheels about,-and uttering a loud, been transferred to England as representative
our' nature. Remose, Revenge, like two opened upon
tremulous bleat of perfect despair,filies to that Government t ancllOme of the
Alto the bound'of the roebuck free I of =
iron held rule over his imagination ma eternity.
despots, from thefrightful, ion.-1'he,'mother'svoice French' |>ers attribute his appointment ,to .
tone'shall say, hither, no farther pass !', ; and in all, his picturings of the war of His funeral was attended by a fe/ large arrests its flight-it return*-flies, England pa to the existence of a plot between '

We will: track each step thro* the wavy grass! passion or of the elements, not a single concourse on Sunday in the Mason*: Hall. and returns again, generally for ten or a the Holy Alliance !and the Duke of Wel

We will'chase the elk in his speed and might; lovely touch of the pencil dashes tha brow The Rev Mr. Ho well,6f the Baptist hurchin dozen times, before the reconciliation 'is lington and Sir Robert Peel, to arrest,, the

And bring proud spoils'to the hearth atnight""But of the thunder king. this city funeral, preached discourse.a solemn There and ppropriate' fairly made up"Ax progress! of liljernl'opinlons in Eurojw. -'
was a r
Bertram is a combination of all these Gen: Sebastiani! has been appointed; Ambassador .,

.oh! t the, gray, churchy-tower terrible qualities. In copious and heart ted breathless the silence speaker, and when every' eye we tb i rivet-'close AMIIIICAK' 8mr<-I well rememberthe from France to England. ,
And the sound of the sabbath bell .* touching eloquence Jt exhibits to the reader on near 't mind the .
:. ., of his sermon, he related that he was acci- impression made on my by ENGLAND.All I
And the sh lter'd garden'bower, the picture of powerful mind-ruined dentally a fellow with the de- first article of American manufacture I met the returns except from two counties ,
-blasted-desolate yet unbending and passenger with. It at Havre in France, 'the have been received and give' the reformers (
I ,We.have bid them all farewell I"J ceased when' be came to the ciy: four was ,
holding in his soul as the life of his being weeks before-that be had been inerested first time in my life that I had beheld the a' majority of ono hundred and 1<<' '

"We will give the names of our fearleei,race the, sentiments of 'a deadly vengeance in him-had conversed with bin, had ocean, a few day before I was obliged to fifty-six'over the lories | but this) Ministry ;i ij
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To each bright river wl'ode course 'we trace;; against the earthly author,of al! his woes. learned, from his Own lips, his-Itedilec-: cross it I was walking along the quay hope' that the disagreement between the :d

We.will leave our mory'with mounts I and The tragedy ns with a terrible tempest, tions for-the stage-had' ad vised him to with a French gentleman, and. as among moderate anti the radical reformer will be* i
i in which Bertram, long an exile und out- and substantial bad the crowd of vessel before u* there were so great that the former will support them .I
floods ; more manly pursuis-
v law from his native land, is thrown near but few that had hoisted. their national colors rather than, run the rlak.ofule radical obtaining :
learned from him that at time he bad serious -
And thejpath' of Sour'daring. in boundless the'castle of his deadly enemy, Aldobrand. and solemn, the I requested my companion to point out '- ,
subject
woods! He is succored by a community of monks of and thoughts on him tome some of the American ships.' ,He The Msoedical School at Sheffield ha t
religion gained from i promisethat
And 'our works''unto 'many a J b'*' green -through them gains access to the castle he would, attend to the concerns of his told me that I I might, without any one to been destroyed by a mob. The excitement 'N'

.chore; and there wreaks his,long pursed double- soul. lIe'saw him no more until the day tell me, know any American vessel hi the grew out of a drunken brawl between ;
Where distilled=fiendkh vengeance on its lord ; port from any other by its perfect:: neatness a man and hia wife, who were employed '
> the lndinn'egraves alone before before he died when hit death
on
lay lying
ie stabs him to the heart The lady of the and order in every part of it -The ship in to take cure of the premise .
:"But who shall'teach the flowers" the castle-of J whose connection with the bed.former Mr.conversation1 M'Laughlin with then Mr.referred; IL: be to said which I embarked for the'United States Queen Adelaide !of England, Is said to t ,

Which our children loved, to dwell outlaw, in the past and present, we shall that be still concerned the the same that a short time before bad car ho eneient much to the annoyance of' the j
was to secure
not speak;-dies; heartbroken at Jib feet ried to these shore the faithful friend of Prince! Victoria; the heir apparent KingWilliam
In salvation of his soul that be recovered
a toll that is not oars? if
lie[ then winds up the drama stabbing lie did this country, the immortal Lafayettethat.hll' .is sixty-nine years old, and the
should have learned !lesson.
-Horn.,horns,and friends farewell!t" one .
liuiselC: was the first article of American manufacture Qiierq 1 U. about fifty.
'bad conned his dreadful not recover. The lesson to which be referred The Jt \. said that Lord Brougham baa writ.ten .
; M'Laughlia that met my delighted eyes.
RiCH i.: Jt: is a strange delusion for men is now for the living to learn. him be '
lesson.with such an absorbing interest and whole of my voyage confirmed my first to /Council, cautioning to on
to.'uppose that happiness consists in rich- 60 completely stood in the character duringits There was a' respectable procession impression. Insignificant as it may be in his guard in what he say and doe, a*It 1 It
*& Contentment 'is noC'to be found In representation that the effect was deep formed, and many young men walked after itself we know that personal experience, the intention of the English Ministry to '

Vendor 'magnificence or" why, is it and harrowing on the minds of the audi their intimate friend to the grave. His a*it brings home to u* the reality of things pounce upon him the first occasion
while
had attached much '
u princes have sometimes exchanged en e. He seemed to be in 'a high' state of case sympathy ; that we before knew only from hearsay or present itselfl '
the. grandeur of a palace for the simple en- mental excitement, and withf the most be* lived, he, had every attention which from books, help u* greatly to form a just The extensive house of Gibbon & Williams } I t

1eYnentaof private !life? Why doe,the pathos pronounced such sentences kindness and medical skill could impart estimate of the most complicated, comprehensive at Dublin bad failed- ald to be for j
gloomy
It i Is said that he ha mother in
living
men who has grown in wealth look back these *- a and important object When I three hundred thousand.. pounds. i
a the day of,his and ask himself as Lancaster Pa. whole
poverty the crew SPAIN
T have DO coonyrMad the low wind its saw, during a heavy sea, ,
be A* we saw procession 'j
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oy cannot now rejoice as heartily over like the well trained member atone athletic It was rumored that a negotlatioq w. ,
tUG mueh as he,then'did over the little.TO ., for my race, the last dread trump shall way, we thought of the lines of Willis:-- man obey without confusion.or delay on foot between the Spanish AlinUtry aDd

wake ;I Tread lightly comrades !-we have laid the orders of the directing mind j when 1 that of England, In put a speedy end to the t

Aavrc, # A lADT -Tbia was given by The sheeted relics of my ancestry, His dark locks on his brow taw the sailors,'at the word of command, war in Spain. This rumor of foreign interference .

J* housekeeper of a maiden lady thirty 5n tramp'of herald to the armed lists, Like life..save deeper light and shade climbing and clinging to the further end bad caused a serious disturbance

holy-no at bonds last bad' thoughts of entering' into h the bright blazon of their stauilew coat, We'll not disturb them now.Rest of the yard ,to lash, the rails, singly and Rt Madrid, in which Gen. Cantene wa* 1
s--Tak my advice, and never calmly intent upon their task, and a* unmindful killed.
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'y' ma'am. Now you lay down rnasT -' of the cold December twtbjinto DENMARK
and get up, .dame. I married 'a crossa The applause of the audience was great now I his'journeying Is don-i which every roll of the ship plunged: therd. The appear to be something rotten In .. t

_* of a husband, and the very first week and of course added to what we shall&, call Your feet are on bid sod.:.. .. u if they were playing seesaw la the cbiprard the State of Denmark," if we may JUdge $

r our marriage,, ma'am; he snapped! me the monomania of tAt iaagwdwn. lie Death's chain ls on champion, -when I caw this perfect management by the following paragraph ,,. M x
?* I hisU, You became what he J. There was you well-commanded rl.aJlJan. 2& A serious disturbanceI
? put tny <*14 feet to repro pf one well-manned and -., .
'** '' reality in H. waiteth her bis God I .
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'y I took place on the 10th inst. at the Theatre adjournment of the question .,by Ills Majesty's Th I fate of iwo 6f"the Appropriation Scotchman.. He wore a fur cap, a dark proportion to the vicinity,to ,wet soil. Th1i ;'

at Copenhagen the King being present.. Government to the end of the year ;; Bills, c riginating, as such bills always' do, colored' coat, surtout and pantaloons, and i i.,*burnt over! once a year and flesh fee

The audience in the Iit'rose' and l shouted, none of these have ever been denied, and in the House of ,Representatives, id( still also a'dark camblet cloak,and' white band Ip.jae cold months the gratin

1& Liberty of the Press./o'tever-Dolbn "iththe ) all the President was obliged to_ bring be more i imarkable. kerchief., ti ..es suffer-but they
Inquisition I" Tho King rose and attempted fore Congress, if as I have said, he spoke Hit nto it bas been usual to make the 4 tprinPfjPI! rive about the first of generall]?

t to address the people; but his on the subject. But he was obliged by a appropriations for the Military Academy at The Oourier.I been, March
voice was drowned in the uproar, and he solemn duty to speak of it, and he had West oint in the same bill which 'con. I : uncommonly ccL

was obliged to leave the house. The cap given ,timely and repeated notice of this tame l 9 general appropriations for the APRIL a., and sever,the feed ,is late, and the cattle o

,, iuil was jn a rtatq of great: excitement. The< obligation. The propositions which he Army. This year, an innovation was in. so forward.
I example of fiorway, formerly uui.tef\ with submitted to Congress in consequence of dulge The'Army B propriatrodBidlwassent For L long time we have taken an interestin They ai > not generally as large as those ,

Denmark,and now in a state of high prosperity those facts were a part of his duty ; they twhate the ,Senate with no appropriation the eans to be,used for the,advancement the North and this may,be accounted for U a
in consequence of its liberal institutions were, as I have stated; exclusively addressed r for West' Point: This circumstance of the owth of American Silk.* The,proper the'differ ice in fodder. Veal is
has contributed to produce this ex to that body, and in, offering them he vas noticed the time,in the'Senate hu'not an article
infonr lion been at our command.- not to be ad in
market:
y ckement in Copenhagen. felt, and expressed'a, proper ,regret; and an its attention called to it, as an extraordi our The stocl I f fall s
;tk' New York, March 14. doing justice to the character and high feeling ary' omission. A separate, bill, But as the subject is one of growing:>> interest,, 'raisecshot '1>But as a substitute,we have ex

,xs M I LATER FROM' FRANCE: of the French nation, he explicitly disavows howev: containing the usual appropriations and one which has not deeply enlisted !the cellent vchison. While we 'are'' hunting tattle .

J any intention of Influencing it by a r the Academy, was brought forward feelin, s and enterprise of Southerners ,in the Au tog dogs may bring round
Rocket
fine
[The packet ship Rhone, Capt t, menace. : i the House but suffered to sleep genenl-and -more, particularly of those in at a 1 ,unding.buck.. which a
arrived yesterday morning, sailed from "I have no mission sir, to offer any modification Up to the last day for sending ,bills from t when wel
this vi shall to
inity venture
: we trespass cooked w uld make
I up
! a Havre.on the,11th ult and brought papers of the President's communication one 1 >use to the other, it had not passed.The many an epicure forget
: that date. on the atience of our patrons,and give them his relish or beef and veal steaks.
to
4 to Congress, and I beg that what I have I ouse took no step whatever to pass '
The report and resolution of the Senate,, said may be considered ,with the'reserve the bi by suspending the operation of the a brief outline of the advantages and profits '

r on the subjoct of ourrelaticns with France that I do not acknowledge any right to demand rule, a to'the time of sending bills from which nay accrue from the raising of Mulberry :Of all tie. persons in' the world, a candidate

i which was, unanimously' adopted, reached any obligation, to give explanations House o House, or in any other way. In tees, silk worms, and the manufactureof for piblic, office is the least to be envied.

Paris on the fllh, and appears to have had of a document of that nature. But the relations this pr dicanient individuals of the House silk. ,Foreign nations cannot raise ..umcient'f' : These confidential interviews-these elbow
a. favorable effect oq the French public which previously existed between besought die Committee of the Senate to conversations-these solemn
JC'dg: ; ".not that there had yet material for their manufacture.. ,. It, pledges-these
'appear' the two countries, >a' desire that no unne- i interfere, and, in-some extraordinary way,, graveopinion poUcyarjfcew
been any final .action bn the American Indemnity should the has hitherto been procured, at much troubleandexpense nullificationand
cessary misunderstanding interrupt help to pass ordinary appropriationthrough
4 bill, hut,it seems that, a large majority them;andthe, tenor of your Excellency'sletter Congress. The Senate accordingly : and, the ,price: of the fabric,is opposite,! reaoning8-why-.we should

: of the Committee of the Chambers, (evidently written under excited feel- attached the whole Military'Acadenty consequently increased. From:a work prepaid think a gentleman would be out of all manner

' to whom the, subject was referred, have ing,) all c nvinced me' that it'was not in- appropriation bill to the: bill making by Peter S. 'Duponceau, ,of Philadelphia of patience.-At the ,North, a person itt
favor of bill and
declared themselves in the i with self ,and the = for the Civil Exenditures nominated his friends and
there be but, little' doubt of its compntib respect dignity provision and Diplomatic in 1830, we extract the following:- by with quiet reignation'
can' now ,of my ountry, to enter into the detail I |> of'the year, and in this form it.. 4 The records of the waits the issue of their exertions: ]
passage have don ., The same reasons induce me passed into slaw and for the adoptionof I treasury department
; But the South
find of the loss inform that i in the 1821 at a man is his own'best
We account manufactured
regret to an to add th t the idea, erroneously entertain this, mode, there could have been no : us year ]
of the,ship Lion,on the 2d day out, from ed, that ain injurious'menace is contained appropriation at all, and the school would silks .were ,imported ,into this ,caintry to friend.he tells his i ,own story-,!advocates sown !

;t-- Liverpool fur New Orleans, by which disaster the m< has prevented your Excellency have ,been broken up. We may add, that the" amount of $4,486,924, and in ,125, by,a claims-declares his,opinions, and soliJ

Capt. Bursley the worthy comman- fro 'giving a proper attention to Its when this bill for covering Civil and Diplomatic gradual increase, to that of$10,271,527,making cite support. On the whole we are of opin

der, and ten Feb.of, his crew were drowned.the languageshow A cooler examination ,will Expenses' went back to ,the in. the course of five years mire than ion that,this is the. proper way. One may.
PA&IS, 7.--Tho'question::; : of. tint although the President was House with amendments the occasion
vote in ,the dark, u it were not.knowin
Y' American indemnity has been examinedin dirty-five millions; of dollar; of which about :-
: 'I t'B
obliged have demonstrated to
t 1to was eagerly seized to add to'the Senate'ssmendmena individual
the bureaux or standing Committees, ortlie eight millions whether the ,whose, ,name purportsto
> Congress :he engagements which had been other amendments,respecting only were exported;leaving
Chamber of Deputies. The investigation made,!an that, in his opinion they had not totally different matters, thus giving the twenty-seven, millions to, be' consumed at be on his ticket ever existed or is then in

commenced with an inquiry into the been com )>lied with. Yet, in a comnwni- bill a tail as l long as that of a comet Thus home and to,be paid for? It,appears however the land of the living.-Show us your men-
motives which induced Ministers,to allow cation no addressed to his Majesty's Goyernment the bill in the House the people.-We want to see how
the President of the United States to ,pending making provision from the same, documents, that, owing say, they
that tl"3 concurrence of the French suppose not a disrespectful term is employed for the repairs of theCapitolandPresident'sHouseimproving probably toe- general stagnation fof,com look-how,they talk-what are their views-]
f n ra phrase that his sense ofpropriety '
own the public '
the fulfil the has suffered whether they are familiar,or reserved intel
Chambers: S uuncccessary to well tho which merce, importation'ot.i1ks lately
as
as regard one grounds paying the President's gardener
ment. of the treaty. The,, interval which : diminution since during the hich ligent or ignorant. Many a person's elec-j
nation ov es to another, would induce himto &c. &c. was tacked on to the bill,as being year
1 had elapsed between tho exchange and. disavo On the contrary expressions among'tbe',civil and diplomatic expensesof ended on the 30th September. 1828, their tion has been turned upon his intelligen!
ratification of the treaty,.and its presentation I of since that circumstances conversation while hunting deer or his
? regret obliged the Government importation amounted only,to $8,433,563, of com
,4. to the of Chamber, was next inasmuch made the I ,him U complain acts' that disturbed This bill, however and we rejoice at.it,' which $1,274,461 were, exported ;,but in'the ments upon men and measures while fishing
subject comment
severe as I the harmony he wished to with a had the goodness to with all its length
preserve pass, for trout.
the
General Jackson who in, of same year exportation of bread stuffs from
,. consequence nation and government, 'to the high characters of trail, sand thai+West Point Academy,
the promises made ,to. him, confidently of Which he did ample' justice.An therefore,, was kept alive. this country'amounted'only to $5,414,665, We find'the 'following paragraph in the

reckoned upon the authorized adoption of the bill, had I honorable susceptibility ,to every A Lisf{ OP SEVERAL ACTS passed at the. leaving baJano.o'agatnst'us of about two Northampton'(Mass.) Courier,of the ISthult.
conceived himself
to draw: upon I thing that in the remotest degree millions:.among! these last; importations thereis
.
the French :, may; second session of the 23d Congress. TRAVELLING AT THE SOOTH. The Jack)
In several Government of the ,Ministers were :I affect the honor of the country,is a nation An act,to render permanent the present an item of $608,709;! in one year of raw sonville Courier, is the name,or a neat

taxed,, with having oureap furnished incompleteand al sentiment in France ; but, you will allow mode of supplying the Army of the Unit- silk. This remarkable.. fact; extracted. from newspaper just established by some enter]
mutilated documents, and with having "sir! that it is carried too< far when it ed States, and fixing the salary of certain the treasury report, is recorded in Hazard's prising Yankees in East Florida. Mr. E.(
becomes impatient just complaint, when clerks therein named. Williams of Deerfield is tho Editor and
back the which of ,
took
kept
correspondence Register Pennsylvania Oct. 10,1829.,
it will not allow none of its acts to be arraigned ,
0 place between the United States and the An act,for the final adjustment of the Mr. Currier of,Greenfield, printer. ,Amongthe
It is of
and considers offence simple .not out season to in this
Frencb Goverrinient 1831. as an a claims to lands in'the south-eastern districtof engage advertisements, ,we notice a line ot'
previously to
and correct examination of injuries received IAn business. If as a nation we lie supinely and Jacksonville
between
which
Louisiana. Stages, -
run weekly
It:was,also alleged that the meagre documents /
which had been presented to the and,'as an insult a deliberation on act for the final adjustment of claimsto ,wait,for foreigners to'stir 'us, up, we may,as and St. Augustine only about
Chamber contained,,no memoir ,or 'other the means: r redress If it ia forbidden, lands the State of Louisiana. .'Troll,r tia tot.-th. pin.WnMnpanfreUaquish : twenty niuaathatrn; for hulJfl TWutyfae -
under the penaltv-of: giving just cause of An making for building Dollars The same distance travel
from the American clearly acj appropriations ? all intention of making ourselves
papers agents, pros.
.
offence, for the ditferen branches of a foreign boats beacons and led in New is aevenl cents!
Ugb monuments England j-v
establishing the origin of the, claims, and Government to consult perous. Nothing can be done without indus
producing,evidence, of their amount. In together on and pi ing 'buoys for the ,year eighteen tryand The Editor has made several egregious
the In
nature of it has received and perseverance. novel pndertak-
wrongs ,
reply: to these charges, Ministers urged) the review'theseveral remedies which the laws hundre and thirty-five, and for other pur- ines, much caution and deliberation 'are' xiscesary blunders in the above statement, which he

impossibility of printing the immense mass of nations present, and circumstances justify poses. 'We"should' will doubuVss acknowledge in his paper, as
documents that,, referred the An a t to authorise the City Council of not go' to work'blindfolded
to
liquidation then such' consultation ,take he discovers his mistake.In .
of,the accounts, adding, that if required no can StAugustine stone to widen a street in St. Au- or.fold our hands and _look on, when lOOn as
place in a Government like that of the U. the first place, there has been no adver
,, they should bo communicated to the States where all nothing is to be lost, and something may be
the {proceedings are pub An t for the tisement in of "aline of
Members of the Commission. The Minis lic, without at 'once incurring the risk of making appropriations gained. The enterprize which originates in our paper Stages
terial! insisted Civil ar I Diplomatic expenses of Government which between Jacksonville and
Deputies on the impolicy of run weekly
which it would! be deliberate examination of
war, the very object of fc the probabilities, and
thousand
alienating from France so old and firm an that consultation avoid. -- year one eight hundred St. Augustine the fare of which i is twenty-
to is ,
an and for other pursued with good judgment, seldom foils
ally as America. ,Almost all the Commissioners tbirty-five, purposes.An .. '.' confounded
The measures announced in the close five dollars. He' has the two
of t for the of certain improve of success.
named in the bureaus pronounced : completion __
your letter, as well :as the correspondencethat routes from this place to Tallahassee 'and St
in Florida. ,
themselves,in, favor, of the grant, though nts In our next number we intend,to continue
from different motives. it (occasioned between us, have ,Ana t making an appropriation for the Augustine. ,The'rnail route to, the former, on
suggestions.
: beert transmitted pur
\ wait the instructions to ny Government, andI complcNewC) Ion of the 'Military Barracks at which passengers are conveyed, is,about
which
The ,following are the concluding para will produce. that communication leans. We give in another part of our paper extracts miles. The usual stage, fare at the Sooth i i

graphs of MR. 'Limorro.i's OrricuL LaT your;Excellency' to receive the railroa An t to authorise the public the lands construction from Tallahassee of a from other journals' containing an account .ten cents per mile.,

MR: in reply to the note of the 13th January renewed! assurance of the high-considem- 0 upon St. Marks, in Florida. of the proceedings of Congress on the The beauty of the ,whole mis-statement 0

lost,received from the French Secretary of tion with which I have the honor to be winding up of the session It is to be regretted the Editor of the NorthamptonCourier: con

State of Foreign Affairs in ParU. your most obedient humble servant. A pe son by the name of John Herren was that differences which have grown out silts, in his undertaking to enlighten the

The address U as follows : .. (Signed) EDW. LIVINGSTON. robbed. ear ,Lowell, Mass about' ,7 o'clock, of party-political preferences, should have enterprising Yankees," 'as to the distance
'
Lrcmro or TUB UNITED: STATES. ) [From the National Intelligence, 5th inst.] on the veaing of 9th ult. by two highway. prevented the ,passage*- of the, ,Fortification from 'this 'place to St: 'Augustine' which is

Paris' January 29th, 183.>. 5 LAST DAT or THE SESSION' : UnrimSU' men, w o rifled his trunk of bills, principally Bill, as at this particular juncture it would 'Jiirty-nine' ;i instead of twenty milts,,as he states,

;I His Excellency COCST DK: RIGHT ED, Business : WEST- POIWT' ACADCMT; : ifBanlfiin Vermont and,, New Hampshire, seem to be,an act of,common prudence to and the fare, by the 'pleasant conveyance o

v ,,', Minister, Secretary of State of Loss or THE FORTIFICATION BILL. The to the,a ount of$24,000.The prepare for the.wont. We learn that a con Mr.Philips, is $5,and not"Twenty-five dol

t Foreign Aflairs. two Houses of Congress adjourned, the taston,Atlas says-that Herren has ference between the two houses was agreed lars." If the Editor. should t ever,travel in

"I have entered into this detail, Sir; not ,' night before last, their functions then ceas.'ingz.and since c infessed that he appropriated the upon. Mr.,:'Webster 'was Chairman of,theCommittee his Southern section, he would soon ricer
for the'purposd recrimination which Inmost what wreck of public business
cases ensued I money imaeltVe have heard the ,following on the part of the Senate and Mr. tain that expenses are not graduated here, by
useless would in be
this worse in
relation this
Dot with the object, as was my duty, ofshowing The melancholy result of the whole is, On the tatements reception of the handbill to at affair Danville -: Cambreling on that-of the .House. Thet.ntdmml the Price Current of.old. Hampshire."

that although the Ministers of the that Congress has broken up, leaving almost Vt. the President of the Bank immediately of the latter to the Fortification We should not have occupied so much

King, under tho interpretation( they seem every great measure" of the session ,suspected foul play;and caused the Bill,proposing to put three millions,of dol. space in relation to the paragraph ,quoted s j

to have'given to Berrurier's promise, unfinished, and therefore totally null,and property| of Herren to,be attached. This lars at the sole disposal of the President) to bove, were it not grossly incorrect,'pd calculated l

may have considered themselves at liberty void. The following bills, originating in :circumstance 'created considerable excitement meet emergencies, 'was objected to by the to deter men of business, or leisure
to defer the.prewtttaliou of the law until} the Senate,most Qft them passing that body
the period,which they thought'would bestsecure by large majorities,and some of them quite borne in the a good place character.Herren The had-President uniformly -; Smite,and the toioU' Bill >esukloa .., A poe from, travelling through &U i aeetiOa.of! *Vountry.

its success, yet the President inter- unanimously, have shared the general soon; afterwards started for Boston tion of the House contended that,Congressmust 1
1 confronted -
pretating that promise differently, feeliug wreck and ruin: : dissolve at 12 o'clock on th.night of
H. and drew from I
rren him N
the
a confession be''found
In another column will
/bat in of it he had forborne The Post Office Reform Bill passed
consequence t ( of his guilt In 'with the 3d March, and consequently that after
jto; do what might be strictly. called duty, unanimously in the Senate.The .'\ Herren and another individual company, be, then that hour had elapsed, no proceedings could tice of the opening of the Books for SublCri
.and,seeing that its performance bad not Custom House Regulations, Bill; for 'tion to the Bank recently! 'chartered for thi
departed Londonderry where in be had. The
spot majority coincided I in that
;taken place, could not avoid stating the (passed nearly unanimously in the Senate.) in the woods, they dug 12600. Her place. The difficuitlen attending the exchinfj
up the closed
opinion and session
The '' in' tumult
vhole case clearly and distinctly to Conmas important Judiciary Bill; (passed and]
Charleston
of
ren now represented, that by returning to money, and remitting it,to
.by vote of 31 5' and confunon.If .
and detailing to them nil the remedies a to in the Senate.) .
Boston be could obtain the those
balance of the the_Northern Cities, ought ,to induce
The Bill
which the law of nations would allow regulating the Deposite of the
' .. rte be applied to the case, leaving to them Public Moneys in the Deposite Banks. of money a friend., which When he had the placed parties in arrived the hands in a Northern\ farmer is tired of feeding his who are able,to come forward, and esUbli j

the choice, leaving to their wisdom and, The Bill respecting the Tenure of Office Boston; which was on stock in tht stall for market,let him come to an institution which will remedy presenting

prudence thtf option /af the alternative of and Removals from Office ; (a moat important they proceeded to a house Saturday Washington evening, the South.) To be sore he will not find cattle conveniences, and increase the'I trade of 1

further delay or conditional action. ,Could bill, supported in the Senate by street, where Herren requested them to in the-: barrens which will weigh two country.
xpen ,
he hare anid less in men of all parties.) -
1
this branch of his ,
roessage stand aside'and not to look at the name on thousand founds each, is they have them, Herald i J
? If he alluded to,the subject at, all, The Bill indemnifying Claimants for the door lie then knocked The Democratic (Philadelphia) j
lie ; French Spoliations before 1800. and watching though tntfreyueHtly, in New England, but timates of division I
was obliged to detail} the circumstances his bolted from that In case danger
i opportunity those who I
,ef the case : it is not pretended that this is4tot These half dozen, (not to speak of the I had him in custody,and was soon out of this doubling the stock"enry. third year is; the present Administration ranks, u to, th

done with 'fidelity as to facts. The bill for the relief of the Cities of the District sight lIe not been heard of since. The profitable, especially when one hu nothing. to prospects of Mr. Van Buren and .JudWhite

ratification of the treaty,its effect in pledg of Columbia;' the bill providing for President of the Caledonian Bank has of. do but tet;' tAr atone Then the question for the'Presidential chair' ,th* Cam"

ing the faith of the nation the fidelity with the increase of the Corps of Engineers; fered a reward of $500, for, the apprehension comes up, what can a."mania Florida do with the
ties), which ,will be held for purpose
I which the United j3tatea have executed it, the bill to carry into effect the Convention of Herren, and the recovery, of the one or two thousand cattle ? We answer tell
the delay that intervened before it was between the United States aid and making a nomination, ,will Mg reaps'
Spain ; money, or $360 for his He is described
person them or M( as much and u many u circumstances .
brought before the. Chambers their rejec- the bill} to improve the navigation of the in the handbills as about five feet Gen. Jaduon. for a third term.
tion of the law the assurance made 3!. in the require and whil. the cook is baking .
by Mississippi vicinity of St Louis,) are seven or eight inches highfc well
o
Serrurier, the' /forbearance of the Presidentto among the bills which were sent from the ,.speaks rather broken english proportioned hasa me puce the vkoU herd are growing better. In the table of routes and distances'

make communication, i to Congress in Senate to the ,House of Representatives, keen sharp eye, quite pock broken calls ,( The grass in the woods 'or pine'barrens last No: we should have*said from Ross'on 1i

consequence of those assurances, and the 'M and never heard of more." himself an Englishman. : but is probably a grows a foot'or two in'heighthrd more, in i 'SawineVio, TUlis1' l1.18 mile:


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We have 'received in exehange "TltEI RECEIPT FOR A TATT R.-Take of the RAIL ROAD. NOTICE. SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. JACKSONVILLE .: i
and publi hed a.t Key vine called Runabout and of the of ,.
printed root grow
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,,4ClRtR, GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in the AND TALLAHASSEE
STAGE.
Weit Although older .than ours, we ,wel- Nimble Tongue,each six handfulls; fifteen A sale of a New, Sugar Mill, from West 14 !

printed in a comparativelyww ounces of Ambition, and the same quantity Point Foundry; diameter of Centre Roller,,
c mae a newspaper is u'f(another evidence of Nonsense;;' bruise them together in the two feet two and a half inches,and two outer 'I
country, u ,Florida mortar of Misapprehension, and boil them THE undersigned Commissioners{ give no- ones, one'foot ten and onefourth'incheewith .

I that,there is i public Spl,:t enough to over the fire of.wild Surmises till you see that,pursuant to the Act entitled Iron cogs, points, &c,' as also a set oi. Public are informed that line # ,I
instain laudable enterprise. Its appearance the scum of Falsehood rising on j the top ; "An Act amend an Act to incorporate the Kettles from the noted Foundry in Scotland, THE Barouches will run a between of ij

fair to supply the 'wants of the reading. strain it through the cloth of Misconstruction FLORIDA. PENINSULA" AND JACKSONVILLE RAIL known by name of the Carran Foundry The Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to lean this ,t ,
bids ; put i it into the bottle of Malignity ROAD COMPANY, approved February 15,1835, ranted and proof, as malleable Iron. capacity -' place every Monday.
community in its vicinity. that the Books will be again opened at Jack. of the grand Kettle is three hundred ( ,
I and stop it with the cork of Envy; then nrForJy:: pounds baggare wlll be allowed
sonville, at the store of I. D.Hart,Jay-street, gallons, and proportioned, or graduated to to each and '
passenger for
Persons who have been conversant suck a glass through the quill of{Malevolence on the 4th day of May, and conTInue open sixty gallons}! being four to the; set; all oi one cent pound, will be any greater for weight, j

with this place, assure us, thai there are at and you will be prepared to speak until the 1st day of August next to receive which, with Coolers, Vats, and Cistern to miles.per charged every "e'ten ,

time more new buildings going' up andin all manner of evil), without respect to persons subscriptions for stock to carry said Rail Road contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be IDFare:: through, each we.y$25JAMES t
this or character. into execution. of if for least
j disposed applied shortly, for at i M.
HARRIS
i state.of forwardness, than they have ever By the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, twenty-five per cent below cost. Jacksonville, Jan. 14. 3tf f
Known. This may.in part be \attributed: '' The Earl of Haddington, who has been the subscribers for stock heretofore taken, A line directed to E. B. COX, on Sidon J

facilities for obtaining 1vn4erfrom thesteam appointed Lord Lieutenant of Irtland, receives -i have a prior right to subscribe for the same Plantation McIntosh County, Georgia, (u CONVEYANCE FROM "
the of amount of Stock on'the new Books; Manager,) will be attended to.
a yearly salary 150,00 ,
mills recently put in operation.The and if in office for ISAIAH. D. HART, March 12. 4wll JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE. It It'S
only a day, a vfci:arly retiring JAMES DELL ",
', pension of 30,000 dollars f He is a ,
Schooner George & Mary, Willey, W. J. MILLSCom'rs.. A CARD: {'

arrived here on Tuesday morning last. We Scotch Nobleman, and was created an .STEPHEN EDDY, E.the undersigned,passengers on board .\ ;'!
Peer in and if
English 1827, sits in e Houseof W
JOS. B. LANCASTER.,
favored with papers to the steamer lori a, take this methodof
Charleston
been Lords I l I

have as Baron lelrose. The Subscriber
1 family will
contain no ntw* of impor Jacksonville; March 31, 1835. 14 returning our thanks to Capt Hill! for the THE run a rood Barouche
28th ult. They, name is Hamilton, he was borcj in 1780, kind and gentlemanly conduct to us while on good Horses from Jacksonville to I
tance. Capt, Willey was only seventeen, consequently is entering the fiftyfifthyear NOTICE. our passage from Savannah to this place ; and E.'&. Augustine,,once a week; to leave this'

hoar than, C arl..toa. 'to. the 'Ur. at the of his age.ROBESPIERREAN.At. ... An act passed by tKe Legislative Coun- recommend with,leisure bi4 oat to passengers place Bt. ,every 1\londaY'mornlnl1 the and arrive in '1 I
By Augustine on evening of the ante day.
mouth of the river. I of this'Territory,'at its last session travelling,to St.Augustine and Picolata. Returning-will 'leave St., r: 'i
a late dinner at Robt. Taylor G. W.McAllister Augustine on
,
and the Governor ,
Yeb.14th
I THE: N0NNERT- We see by the Boston Chnrplles! in France, M. Vitrier, gave the I 1835,approved the Subscribers'were by appointed, \ mmi8810ners -, ,C. II. Evans, R.R. lelknap, on Wednesday the evening morning of the, same and arrive day. at'this place ;I 14

that the Ursulines will not attemptto following toast-"To him who shall plunge: !. ,to open' Books and receive lub- A. B. Harden, Geo. Kollock, OForty: pounds baggage will be allowed
Whig, a poigniard into the bosom of Louis';Phil scription for the stock of a Bank to be 1 lcat'ed Charles Hubert, W.P. Uder, to each and lor ",
1n New England bufintend passenger, any greater weight,
build a Convent ippe f It is said to have produced no sen- in this Town,to be called THE BANK Wm. H. Howland,' J. Guenrd, one cent per pound will be charged for fl
to remove either to Canada: or Florida; satioa. There are doubtless those in OF JACKSONVILLE. \ Howard Malcolm, Geo. Prouty, ten miles. ,every ., .

and in case of locating in the latter Territoryto France,' who would be glad to, see'acted In pursuance of which the Subscribers H. W. Andrews. 03Fare each way $C. I" j jII
hereby give notice, that the Books for Subscription To Capt. Hill/ Picolata, Fe.17,1835.11TNOTICE..U .
a large tract of land .to be connected over again the bloody days of Robespierre II. PHILIPS. 1
purchase
,. and Jlarat for' the stock in said Bonk, will be Jacksonville, Feb. 2. itf '
with the Nunnery. opened in this Town, at the C un ng-RQom .. I I

Y A VALUABLE VOTE.-The Boston Commercial : of Messrs. Blanchard & Rider, corner of, NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. '
who had better
been informed that the Editor p-::->> you owe me
We have Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,A. M. ALL I
Gazette that in balloting for and for I won'task '
LL/
says ; pay nwj. ,
Herald the fourth of .
of the St. on day
Publisher Augustine
and Printer to the U. S. Senate, Dr. Linn,from I w W.J.. MILLS you again. I.D. HART. .
whose office wa recently destroyed by fire) Mieourithrew in check for which I
( $500, i 'WILLIAM RIDER. Jacksonville, Mardh,2.. lOtf ,
has made arrangement to resume the publication he )had just received for his Congressional : STEPHEN EDDY, ?\ tl
services instead of ballot. The Gazette NOTICE. THERE will be a regular conveyance for' \ ''J
ISAIAH
of that paper immediately. a D. HART.Commissioners.. week: from St "
Mary's Geo.
calls)] this tiLapus digitalis-we in subscriber Pat "f
indebted tie
suppose to ,
,
persons
ALL by !< lion. Joseph.Ritaer, has been nominated" allusion to its remarkable effect on a dropsy Jacksonville/E. F. April 2d1835. 14 er by Note or Book account, are requested Wednesday, at :2. o'clock, F. M, and r r>
by the Antimasonic party of Pennsylvania a of the purse.CHEROKEE,. to settle the same without delay; and arrive at Pablo the next day. "-
State. NOTICE.m no credit will be my stare alter the Persons who wish to avoid
night
Candidate for,Governor of that HARDY a : 1
10th March. PHILIPS. inaI
nominated Gov. TREA.Tr.-Th MUledgeville the'Commissioners of the Road of sure on the water, will find very comI
The Jackson Convention Federal Union,' of the 17th lust, says :- uval County (examined the, Jacksonville, March 3. lOtf accommodations at Fernandina, at Mr A. \

Wolf for re-election. We have good reason to believe, that atreaty same from Gravelly-hill to the County line Dias', and can leave '''Fernandina the next 11
'has been made with the Cherqkees, of Duval County, nave ascertained' the best PUBLIC SALE. morning and arrive at Pablo the same day. '
THE FIGURE'HE D.-A second bust of the for the entire extinguishment of all their ground!, and the straightest ',to
President of the United:States, has been f laced claims to lands east of Mississippi, giving of the Road, leading one V th upper Springand next, between the hours of 11 and 4 o'clock, and arrive at St Augustine at (T, 1,i, J
12! A. M. will offer at Public Sale all the P.M. same day leave St Augustine
Constitution.The the other to'Aligfltor.towr. +The Overseers we ; every
of in territory
on the bow theFriga.te them .exchange an ample real Estate of deceased consisting and arrive Pablo y o
within said County are' 1 ereby author John Llanza, Sunday, at same day; t
in
in.the west, .with a very large sum of the to visit St
time Tuesday ize to order out all handnlidbl to road duty, following property Passengers wishing Augustine \
Senate spent some on will be accommodated reasonable .
money. on tenus.Fue
Executive business and acted to work on said road as i quick yas"onvenl and ''Lot, No. 12, In square
oh
evening from St Mary's by Pablo to St Angus-
ent for said operation.S. ''
The elegant new steam packet Columbia M.ll1ouse 1'House and Lot/No. U, in *
'on 'a large' number of nominations J.. EUBANK,. ) Commissioners tine $5 From St Augustine! to Pablo 3.
amongst many others, the following, 'we was to leave New York on her first JNO. W.'RICHARD. ( i rsaid Road. No.4. There ii also a safe boat which' will run "
> 1 Lot No. 12 i No. 3.
Charleston'on the 21st ult. in the ,in square
understand, were confirmed : trip to: once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville{ and i
Edward Kavnnagh, (a member of Con regularjine with the,Wm. Gibbons. Jacksonville,,March 31.' 14. '3-4 Lot in Lot Nq, 10, in square No. 0. will depart and arrive so u to meet the mall I
1 Lot No. 13 in No. 10.
,
square boat its from Bt and the I
on return Mary's,
gress from Maine,) to be Charge d'Affairsto GENERAL ER. '. : 2 Lots Nos. 1 and 2, in square No. 14.
it from St
remunerate the Cath arrives Fare
(
stage as Augustine.
The'proposition to
Portugal J, in the place jof Thomas! L. L. 2 Lots Nos.hand 12 in No. 15.'
,
olics for the destruction of the Convent has TALLATiASSEE ) square. from Pablo to Jacksonville ff.! All fare, to
Cash.
mnL Conditions ,
be Pablo. etC
. John G. Williamson, of,North'Caro been rejected by the Mass.,Legislature. March 14th;lt35.OflN'H. :! i By order of the lIefl'l.I .paid at TAYLOR.pTlieMail .
,
*"IInA"tn-wcnarge''d"2\munr1It''VIocZUtJla.> ; EATONor and Com I AI. JOSEPH BEROALLOi Ezecuton.' i .
Henry Wheaton, now Charge d'Affairsat DEATHS. <>! I, mander-in-Chief of the,Militia of the I T DOMINGO ACOSTA. ] boat ,will leave Pablo for StMarl'
of Florida has constituted and Fernandina Feb. Cw8 every Tuesday and return ontThurs'i
Denmark to be Charge d'Affairs to Territory ; appointed 11,1835.
Prussia. At Deerfield, Mass on the 16th ult. Rev. the following Executive Staff:- day. The stage leaves Pablo every Friday' i
Bailey about 51. Col.Thos. General for St Augustine and returns on the. succeeding ;
Jonathan Woodside, of Ohio, to'be' Winthrop aged THOS. BROWN, to be Adjutant NOTICE. .
Charge d'Affairs to Denmark.. W. Dickmsbu, aged about 90. HENRY: WASHINGTON,Quarter-llaster Gen. persons indebted to'the late concern Sunday; Om3

Hone of New York to be Consulat HECTOR W. BRADKN: of Leon, h ALL WATERMAN & PINCXSTON: will please DRY GOODS GROCERIES AC.WIIO ,
Henry ,
MARINE JOURNAL.PORT PETER W. GAUTIER,jr. Jackson[f Aids-de make payment on or before the 25th inst. or \:
St. Jago de Cuba GEO; HAWKINS, Franklin, f Camp. suit wlll,. be commenced without respect to ESAIE AND RETAIL.. i
Robert F. Chace, of Mississippi, to be OF JACKSONviLLE:?;....."'?' ...APRIL 2. GEO. E. CHASE:, Escambia ''J persons. M. K. PINCKSTON. Sub cribel'l keep constantly on hand,

Consul at Martinique. And it is hereby required and.ordered. ,thatall Jacksonville, Feb. 15. 8 TIE offer for sale, on as good terms a. ,
Cheney Hickmnn- be a Director of ARRIVED-March 31, schr George & Militia Officers of the Territory, respect they can be had at any store in Florida, Ute :
the Bank of the United States, in the placeof Mary, Willey, from Charleston. and obey them as such. j NOTICE. following articles; vII:- ;
Thomas Ellmaker, deceased. April 1, steamer Florida, Hill, from S& By order of the Governor, an Comma d- '
*' A LL persons indebted to the subscriber by DRY GOODS.
S. Heath of Baltimore to be a vannah. er-in-Chief. t I
Upton ffiBook Note make Im-
requested to
/or are 1 "
Director of the Bank of the United States, NEW YORK, March 17. Cleared, Brig THOS. BROWN, mediate payment, or they will be put to cost Broadcloths, CassSmeres, Battinttts, and ,t !
Gen. of the Militia if Florida. Cloths red and white Flannel
Iko Weston for this Adjutant Negro ;
in the place of Morris, Coxall, rejected by port. t'< WILLIAM B; ROSS. bleached check and plaid '. ,
browns,
the Feb. 18. 'tltf
Senate! :Jacksonville, aambrios
Calicoes Muslim
The nomination,Roger B. Taney, as a 'WE are authorized to announce the name ADJUTANT GENERAL'S: 'ICJ:, > f Bilks Homespuns, Gloves, Hosiery,, &c. &0, \
Judge of the Supreme Court, was taken ,of JOHN W. !RICHARD a Candidate Tallahassee March 14, 135. Sris NEW GOODS
up, and {definitely postponed.National for MATOR of this place, for the coming the duty of-the Adjutant General,to Subscriber has just received from HARDWARE. \

[ Intelligencer.THE )) municipal year. port to the War Department,the number THE a full assortment of Cooking, parlor,' and box Stoves, Brass*
of effective Militia within ths Territory ENQUS11 AND WEST INDIA GOODS and -common Fire Setts, Lamps, and Candle I
"lllTE are authorized to announce the name to the end that the quota oC.Arm authorisedto Bticks, Percussion Cape Guns, broad and
CHINESE' : LADT.-On Monday last W of WILLIAM BURRITT, u acandidate said Territory, may be furniJied, which AND GROCERIES, narrow Axes, Adze., Hatchets, Hammers.
this Lady and suite ,paid'their respects to for ALDIRMAN the 'coming municipalyear. cannot be dohe until the effect,.strength which will be sold at fair price for cash or Augers, Shovels, Door-latches, ButU anti 1'j

the President,who expressed himself much of the Militia .made known. It is ordered In exchange for Cotton,Fur, Hide, and the Screws. dec. &0. I
and directed therefore, that the Militia Officers of the ,
pleased with the interview. The common produce country. FURNITURE.
expectations
: authorized to announce the name }u early as H. LIBBEY.
I are throughout the. Territory, ,
of the Lady had been raised to a high WE of JAMES B. MASON u a candidate practicable, make out and forward a roster to Black Creek, Feb. 13. 8tf Sofas- and Conches, work, card, toilet and f i
pitch, as'to the magnificence of the'Fonti1Emperor of ALDER Tables Washstands GM!
I for re-election Jo the office Brigadier General Call, of Tallahaueet,to be MBH dining Looking r I '
as she termed the President. MAN. condensed and 'submitted 'to tie Adjutant NOTICE. les, Bedsteads, &c. &c. : t '

,But his kind and 'courteous manner appeared General, that this necessary information, w> ALL indebted to the subscribers, GROCERIES PROVISIONS. I t
persons ,
amply to compensate ,her for 'the ,ELECTION NOTICE. important to the Territory porjda be
may .
; J\. either by-note or book account, are requested Coffee Tea loaf and brown Sugar Bottlu \l
def ciency outward grandeur.; Throughthe Election'will be held at the Court- sent to the War Department .t to settle the same without delay ; Cider Champaigns Claret Port and,

medium of the interpreter on parting, AN Jacksonville, on Monday, the By ordcr of the Governor and Command- and no credit will be given at their store Wines,, Spice., Sqap, Lamp, Oil, Tobacco Sherry k
"he wished her a safe return to her country, 6th day of April, 1835, for a Mayor and four er-in-Chief. THOS. BROWN, after the 1st of February. Flour, Rice 'Corn, Pilot Bread Beef and
continuance of good health and the power Aldermen, for the Town of Jacksonville, for 14 Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia. BLANCHARD &, RIDER. Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, :Fish, Potatoes .

'to persuade 'her countrywomen to abandon the ensuing year. TREASURER'S NOTICE. Ja Jacksonville, January 24th, 1835. Ctf Batter and Cheese, &e, LeALSO ,
w; ,. MILLS
the custom of cramping their feet, so :
"
, totally! opposition! Jp !1aure'J.wser.reg.} March Mayor 21st of 1835 the ,Town'of Jacksonville., '. ,lw 14 TREASURER'S '* ORANGE STICKS. Drags, ,)Medicines and FalnU,-A varietyof
,
uIat ons. Upon being asked since, what TallahasMe, March&OFFICE'J GASH will be paid! for One Hundred Or. Crockery and GUM Ware. Books and

abe thought of the. President, she replied, NOTICE. an act passed 21st it Bticks, of various tiltS, on delivery Stationary a large assortment of White

she believed him to, be a very good man DATE I shall BY is provided that all Bonds executed by at this office, immediately. March G. Drab, and Black Hats, Cap; Boots andShoes
not fine have WEEKS AFTER Auctioneers shall be forwarded by the Judge with other
bum so an Emperor as they SIX ; v -together a variety of &rtiel.
China, and cannot comprehend why apply to the Administration with County the of the County Court to the Treasurer of the FOR SALE, ...

the Emperor did not sit in the highest seat Will Court annexed, for letters,on of the Estate of REMI, BRUNETTE Territory Florida; and that all Auctioneersshall JUST received per schooner George & BLANCHARD & RIDER.

[Wash. Globe, 12th inst.HoLRIBLLWe dece ed. quarterly in each year commencing on from Charleston, one hundred Jacksonville, Jan. 1, 1835.
the let of transmit to the Treasurer #
January } .
bushels CornWM. B. ROSS.
DAY Cotton Hides .
I\OBT under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy O-N. B.-CASH paid for ,
learn from an authentic 24th March, 1835. 6w 14 of all sale effected by him, with the amount Jacksonville,Feb. 18. Btf Horns, Tallow,Deer Skins,Fun, Beeswax

source that the Elizabeth, which sailedfrom and at what time and place, and for whom Moss, Orange ,Peel, &e. "
,
CHARLESTON. LAND AT ST. PAULO I-D. & Ri
FOR '
Quebec in the mcnth of November the tame was made. Now, all Auctioneers
last, became water-logged in a,gale' December find Packet SchoonerGEORGE.AND are required to take notice of said law, and FOR SALE.
4th and the two MARY, conform to it, or suite upon their Bonds most Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or NOTICE.THE .
CapL-Rashleigb '
burthen C WILLET: )1..- instituted. of the County Courts THE Copartnership heretofore existing
antes 100 tons > Judges Negroes, or rood acceptancethe : ,- : "
and
three seamen were picked up ter,in rood order for see, will sail for the are requested without delay to forward, following tract of fine Live Oak ham the subscribers under th. firm '
u the small boat after being nine days in above port on or about the 20th inst. properly certified and approved, the Bonds of mock land on St. Pablo Creek bounded u of WATERMAN & PINCKBTON, l II thin

that I tuati n. During this tune they were For freight or passage apply to the Master :Auctioneers in their poM Mion, follows, viz: t-on the West by Pablo Creek, day dissolved by mutual consent .
obliged from want of food to drink the onboard, or at this office. CHARLES AUSTIN, on the North by Winalow Foster' land, on AD1N WATERMAN
wood and eat the flesh of oDe,of the crew, April 2, 1835. 14 Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. I the East and bout by lands of Cornelius MILO ;K.' fJNCKtfl"UN.JaebonvUlo ,
*ho, they_ affirmed died insane. The 14 I Taylor, containing two hundred and thirtf Jan. 19.

Elizabeth was bound to Radston n HIS is to certify that I tad a bo1'Nira.ce three acre. For particulars apply to .
[New :York Sun. X the 2d day of January, 1835, with William BLANKS of all descriptions'Printed at I. D. HART, or ALL person Indebted to make to immliti the above payment firm>>
B. Rouse, that ha received fifty dollars at short notice. JAMES DELL. requested
A SxnrzircK 8-,Wif. out of me, and he Jacksonville, Jan.22. 4tf to the subscriber, who 1s duly authort-
NVLUl'mD.-Joho account
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: : on a swindling O"Also, Job Work in a handsome style, sad to settle the same. All persons having ;
a surgeon of the United State Navy rtill holds a note of fifty dollars. I therefore and on reasonable terms. ,' claim will phase call on the subscriber (0".UlelDeDt. :'
w bo was dismieaed by sentence of. a Court warn and forbid all persons paying or receiv FOR SALE. .. .
Martial, bu 'been restored by the President i- Lilt said note, u I shall not pay the same. V= 'Justice Bla.nb-D..cJ.-'Bille' of La.dingManifests A FEW thousand Seed Cane. MILO K. PINCKSTON.Jan.. .
ARTHUR BURNEY. &e constantly for sal attiis : M. K. PINCKSTON.Jan. ., 4tf.; ".-
the Senate, with the unanimous concurrence*of Jacksonville, Much 21. :2wl3 office. .' ."p .' II 23. 4tf Jan 19. }-
,to hia former rank-Sun. ..

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wf took place on the 10th inst., at tho Theatre adjournment; of the question ,by His Ma Th I, fate of two bf"inns Appropriate Scotchman.) He 'wore a fur cap, a dark proportion to the vicinity.ter wet soil. '

,nt Copenlmgen-rtho King being present jesty's Government to the end of the year ; Bills, riginatiog i as such: bills always! do colored coat, surtout and pantaloons, and i i";burnt over once, a year, and fresh fe''
1
m The audience in the pit( rose and shouted, none of these have ever been denied, and in the House;:'bf .Representatives, is: 8tllmore { also adark camblet cloak,and white band springs up In the cold months the gtnj'

;t "Liberty qft\6 Press fa-tverj-Doion with all the President was obliged to bring before i smarkable.' } kerchief., S / cattle sort times suffer--but they !

the Inquisition F The King rose and attempted Congress, if as I have said, he spoke Hit srto it baa been usual to'make the : begin to tirive,, about, the first,of general March J]

( to address the poople; but his on the miuject. Bat be was 'obliged by i R appropriations for the Military Academy at The Courier. This seastta, having been ,
voice was drowned in the uproar, and he aolemn'duty to speak of it, and he bat West oint in the same bill which con I uncommonly ed!,
was obliged to leave the house. The cap given timely and repeated notice of this tains 10* general, appropriations, for the ;THURSDAY, APRIL 2. and sever,the feed is late, and the,cattle 0

itaj was ra of great excitement. The obligation. The propositions which he Army. This year, an innovation: was)indulge iso forward.
I, example auto' formerly united willDpumarkand submitted to Congress in consequence of The Army' appropriation Bill! 'Yn! 'For i long time we have taken an interest They are not generally as"large as'tl:. tl

_now in'a state of high prosperity those facts were a part of his duty ; they sent t the .Senate with no appropriation in the neans to be used for the,advancement the North, and this mal;,be.accouoted torn
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in consequence of its liberal institutions were, as I have stated, exclusively addres whatetraorc er for West Point. This circumstance of the rowth, of American Silk. The proper the'differe ce in fodder. Veal is
this ex sod to that body and in offering them bi vas noticed the time,in the'Senate \ an article
contributed
has to produce been command.But tad
inform lion has not ,at our, not to be in our market: The
k ( citcment in Copenhagen. felt, and expressed a, proper regret ; and an its attention called to it, as an ex slock"u)!: i
as the subject is one'ot growing interest, all raised' But as a substitute
1 New York, March 14. doing justice to the character and high feeling lary' omission. A separate bill, *we have excellent
#' FROM' FRANCE.!" of the French nation, he explicitly disavows howe T, containing the usual appropriations and one which has not deeply enlisted? the ve*ison. While we ''are Atm% tat

t LATER any intention of Influencing it by amenace. r the Academy, ,was ''brought forward feelin s and enterprize of Southerners ,in tie the hutting dogs may bring round a fine

The packet ship Rhone, Capt. Rocket' !, the House, but suffered to sleep. gener I-and more', particularly of,those in otatati unding buck, which when
r4. Arrived, yesterday morning, sailed from 'I have no missions, to offer any modification Up to the last day for sending .bills from this vi inity, we hall venture to trespass upon cooked w uld make well
Havreon' the, llth' tilt' and brought papers of the President's communication one I use to the other, it had not passed many an epicure forgets
; to that date. to Congress; and I beg that what I have The Ithebi use took no step whatever to pass the patience of our patrons'and give them relish or beef and veal steaks.
,The 1anlt'reBOluti of the Senate a brief utline of the advantages and profits
,
report said may be considered with the'reserve by suspending the operation of the tie '
on the subjoct of our relations with France that I do not acknowledge any right to demand rule, a to'the time of sending bills from which aay accrue.from the raising of Mulberry Of all persons in the world, a candidate .

which was unanimously adopted, reachedParis any obligation to give explanationsof Housethispr d House, or in any other way. In t ees, silk worms; and the manufactureof for piblio office is the least to be envied

i ', on the (5th, and appears to' have had a document of that,nature. But the relations dicameht, individuals of the House silk. Foreign nations cannot raise; stifficiehPhna ; These, con\idential\ inte j'ewthese elbow

,S .favorable. effect on the French public..JCdwos'.rfOt which previously existed betweenthe besou n t the Committee of the Senate to material for their manufacture. It conversation solemn pledges-these
:stilledf'that.there! had:yel two countries >'a' desire that interfere apd in-some .
no unne extraordinary
way, opinToni
o.'t of"pollcyZ'1esa"iiulftfiestioaand
trouble grav
has hitherto been procured much
'S 5 been an .tinal.Rcuon bn the American Indemnity
cessary misunderstanding should interrupt help to pass the ordinary appropriation
bill, but,it seems that",a 'large majority them;and, be tenor of your Excellency'sletter through Congress. The Senate, accordingly and/expense, and, the ,price: of the fabric is ,opposite reasonings-iwhy_we should
;L of the Committee of the Chambers, (ev'ently written under excited feel- attached the whole Military nde. consequently increased. ':F roma work prepaid think a gentleman, would be out of all mannet -
; to.whom the, subject was referred have ) all nvinced that it'was' in- ,bill ofpa ence. At the .North; a Person
tng, c< me not ply appropriation to the bill making by Peter S. 'Duponceau, ,,of Philadelphia is
declared themselves but in favor of the bill, and compatib with self respect,and the digni-' ,provision for the Civil and Diplomatic Expenditures in 1830, we extract the following!-' nominated by his friends, and, with quiet resignation
little doubt of its
FI ; there can now be ty/ofmy ountry, to enter into the detail I of\the year, and in this form it.. rThe. records of the treasury department waits the, issue of their exertions
passage. have don 4. The same reasons induce me passed into a law and for the-adoptionof I { ,
; But at the South a than is his
find of the loss inform that in the 1821 ufactured own best
We regret to an account to add thtthe idea entertains us year ma -
erroneously this mode, there could have been no .
of the ship Lion, on the 2d day out, from ed, that a injurious 'menace is containedin appropriation at all, and the school would lilks were imported into this ccintry to friend-he,tells his i ,own story-.!advocates his

. Liverpool fur New, Orleans, by which disaster : the m< isage, has prevented your Excel have ,been broken up. We may add, that the:amount of: $4,436,924; and in 1&5, bya own claims-declares his opinions, and solicits

4' Capt. Burley? the'were worthy commander I lency fro n 'giving a proper attention to its when this bill for covering Civil and Di gradual increase, to that of$10,271 ,making support. On the whole we are of opin,
and ten of his crew drowned. : language A cooler examination will Expenses went back to the ion that this is,the One
in. the of five than proper way.
course < may
m re
: 7.-The the House years
5 C PARIS Feb. : ,question
show, thkt although the President was with amendments the occasion
American ,iudemnkyhas, been examined.in ,, dirty-five millioiu'of! dollars,of whic i about vote in ,the dark, as it were-not knowin
; obliged, 11'I have demonstrated, to state to was eagerly seized to add &'the Senate's individual
whether the whose
the bureaux orstanding Committees; Congress the'engagements which had been amendments other amendments,respecting eight millions only were' exported,' eaving name purports

the Chamber bf Deputies. The investigation made,!an that, in his opinion they bad not totally different matters, thus giving the twentyseyen., millions io"b : const'med at to be on his ticket ever existed or is then in\

commenced with an inquiry into the been cohi )lied with. [:Yet, in a communication bill a tail as long as that of a'comet.; Thus home and to be paid for? ,It,appears however the land of the living..-Show us your men-

jI ]the datives) President which of induced the United Ministers States. allow. no addressed to his Majesty's Government the,hill,pending in the House, making pro- from the, same, documents, thM,, owing say,the Pople..Ve! want to lee ,how they]

to suppose not a disrespectful term ,is'em.. vision for the repairs of the Capitol and probably to the general stagnation of.com look-how,they talk-what are their views-
that th of the French I ,
? concurrence ployed, n ra phrase that his own sense of President's,House", irn.proving'the public ,
whether they are familiar ened-inte!
to the fulfil merce the importation of silks has suffered -i ,
S Chambers<<: was utmeccessary well the which lately
proprietynation as as regard one grounds paying the PreeiJent'sgardener
,
ment, of the treaty. The interval which ov us to another, would induce himto &c. &c. was tacked on to the bill, as being diminution, since during the year vv hick ligent or ignorant. Many a persons election .

j had elapsed, ,between tho, exchange and disavo On the contrary expressions among the,civil and diplomatic expensesof ; ended on the 30th September, ,1823, their .has been turned upon his intelligen
ratification of the treaty".and J;its presentation of since regret that circumstances obliged the Government" importation amounted only to '$8,433,563, of conversation while hunting erj; or his com

'q;? to the of Chamber, was next inasmuch made the ,him t< complain acts' that disturbed This ,bill, however and:we rejoice atit; ,' which $1,274,461 were, exported ;but in the meats upon men and measures while,fishing
subject severe' ; comment, as the harm ny he wished to preserve with'a had the goodness to_pass, with all its length for trout.
of bread from
same year'the exportation stuffs
.
General Jackson who inn of .
y .
'f consequence nation and government, to the 'high char- of trail,; and the West, Point ,Academy, ,
the promises made to, him, contillently''reckoned this countryamounted only to $5,414,665 We find' '' in
acters of pvnich he did ample justice.,, therefore, was kept alive.. 'following 'paragraph the'
upon adoption authorized of the bill, had An honorable, susceptibility, to every A LIST or SEVERAL ACTS passed at the leaving' a balanoo ,against! us ,of about two i Northampton'(Mass.) Courier,of the l8thultTRAVELLING .
conceived himself to draw upon thing thai in the millions:,among these last thereis I .
remotest degree importations
the French 'lDay second session of the 23d Congress.An AT THE SOOTH.-The Jacksonville
; .
In several Government of tho bur allZ,Ministers\ were affect the honor of the country,is a nation. act!to render permanent the present an item .ot. $608,709 in one year of raw Courier, is the nameof a neat

) taxed, with having 'furnished incomplete al sentiment. in France ; but, you, 'will. allow mode of pupplying the Army of the Unit- silk. This remarkable fact, extracted,from newspaper just established by some enter
sir, that it carried too far when'' it ed States and fixing the of certain prising Yankees in East Florida. Mr. E.
and C mutilated documents, and with having ; salary the treasury report, is recorded in Hazard's
becomes impatient of just complaint, whenit clerks therein named. Williams of Deerfield), is the Editor and
back,tho correspondence which of "
kept took Register Pennsylvania Oct. 10
1829.
will not allow none of its be ,
acts to ar- An act\i for.the, final adjustment of the Mr. Currier of.Greenfield, printer. Among
the, United States and the of
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It is
French Government to 1831.ICJvasalso raigned, and considers as an offence a simple claims to lands in the south-eastern districtof ,not.out season to engage in this the advertisemeuts, we notice a line o'
previously and correct examination of injuries received Louisiana.' business. If as a nation,we lie supinely, and Stages which run weekly between Jacki -
that the documents i /
" t' which alleged had been ,meagre tho- ,.and;,as an insult,' a deliberation on An act for the final adjustment of claims .wait,for foreigners to'stir 'usup, we'may as. i mnville and St..Angustirie. ,only about
presented to .
:"Chamber, contained' .no memoir ,or other the menmot;; redte.*. If it fauforbidden, I to lands'to'the State of Louisiana. jn\\, .tir. inte-th. pin,bnrT trn4'r: .Uaquish twenty mlloa;.thai Are Tor whisk)a Tutmly-
from the American clearlyestablishing under the penalty or giving just cause of An acjf making appropriations for build, all intention of making ourselves five, Dollars The same distance travel
papers agents, prosper
offence, for the differen branches'of a foreign ing boats beacons and led in New England is aevent five cents!
ligb
the origin of the, claims and ', monuments, ll.. Nothing can be done without industry j
Government consult
producing,evidence. of their amount. In to together on and pI ;ing ''buoys: for the year eighteen d The Editor has made several egregious
the )Jan
nature of it haa received and perseverance. In'noyel undertak- '
wrongs hundre and and for other
reply: to these charges, Ministers urgedl'the review''the several remedies which the laws thirty-five, purto inra'muchi, caution and deliberation, 'are' nece blunders in the above statement, which he

impossibility printing the immense mass of nations present! and circumstances justify poses.Ana shou1d'' will doubtless acknowledge in his paper, as

of documents that referred the t: authorise the City Council of ;sary., We' not go to work' bh'nd-
to liquidation :then no' such'' consultation ,take he discovers his mistake.
can St. Au stine widen in St. Augustine folded hands soon as
to four
ofthe accounts adding that if a street or and, look on, when
required place in a Government like that of the U. [ In the first place, there has.been no advertisement ,
,; they should be i communicated to the States nothing is to be lost, and something may be
where all
the
proceedings are public An t for' the in of "aline of
Members of the Commission. The Minis 1 making appropriations The our paper Stages
gained. enterprize which originates in
without at 'once incurring the risk of
i Civil a 1 Diplomatic of Government Jacksonville
terial i expenses which between and
insisted
Deputies the of run weekly
on impolicy which it would be the deliberate examination of and
i war,. very object of I fc the thousand probabilities,
alienating from France so old and 'firm an that consultation avoid. '. year one eight hun- i St. Augustine,the far! 'of which is twentyfive .
to
Iredan thirty-fiveand for other is pursued with good judgment, !seldom fails
ally as America. ,Almost all the Commissioners The purposes.An .. dollars.'* He has confounded'' the two
measures announced in the dose of
named in the bureaux t for the completion of certain improve of. success. .
pronounr.edthemselvesin your letter, as well as the correspondence I nts in Florida. routes from thfs place'to TaUatuuaee and St.
favor of the, though ; In,our next number we intend to continue
grant,
from different motives. that it 'ties occasioned between us,' have ,Ana t making an appropriation for the : lugustiM. ,The matt route to,, the former, on

beer!transmitted to ,DIY Government,.and compl ion of the 'Military Barracks at par suggestions. which passengers are conveyed, is,about 25
I wait the
instructions which that
t The following are the concluding 'paragraphs will produce. communication KewC leans. We give in another part of, our paper extracts miles.. The usual stage," fare at the South is

of MR. LivtKoiToVs OFFICIAL LET your;Excellency to receive 'therenewed ailroai An t to authorise the public the lands construction from TallahasSee of a from other journals, containing an account ten cents per mile..
-
i HER, in reply to the note'of the 13th January assurance of the. high-consideration 0 upon St. Marks, in Florida.A bf the proceedings of Congress on the The beauty of the,whole mis-statement of

last;received from the 1 French' Secretary of with which I have the ,honor to be winding up of the session. It is to be regretted the Editor of the Northampton'Courier, con-

state: of Foreign",,Affairs in Paris. your most obedient humble servant ,A pe by the name of John Herren wasrobbed 'that differences which have grown out slats, in his undertaking to enlighten the

The address 1. a.follows : k (Signed) EDW., LIVINGSTON.From ear-Lowell, Mass about ,o'clock, of party-political preferences, should have enterprising Yankees," 'as' to,the distance

LEGATION or THE UHITED STATE, } [ the National,Intelligencer, 5th inst.:] on the vetting of 9th ult. by two highwaymen :. prevented the passage, of the ,Fortification from this ''place to St. 'Augustine, which iihirtyninel

Paris' January 29th, 1835. LAST Dir OF THE SKSSIOIT' :. Uwnrusnep w o rifled his trunk of bills, principallyof Bill, as at this particular... ;juncture' it would ;instead of twenty milts,ai kettata;

lit His Excellency COUNT' D* RIQKY BUSINESS WEST POINT ACADSMT: Dan 'in :Vermont, and New Hampshire, seem ;to bean; act of common prudence to and the fare, by the pleasant conveyance o

Ii .v. ,',", Minister, 'Secretary of State of Loss or 'THE FORTIFICATION' BILL.-The to the' ountof$24,000. prepare for the:worst. We learn that a con Mr. Philips, is $5,and not" Twenty-five dollars. .

Foreign Affairs.' two Houses of Congress adjourned, the The on At1aseays-that lIerren has ference between the two houses,was agreed ." ,If the Editor, should ever,travel a

"I have entered into this detail, Sir; not night before last, their functions then ceasing since c messed that he appropriated the upon. ,Mr..Webster waS Chairman of,the this Southern section, he would- soon ascertain
for the'purpose of recrimination which In :'and what wreck of public business
Cases ensued If i money imselr. -\Ve have heard the,following Committee on the-part bf tide Senate and Mr. that expenses are not graduated,Acre, by]
most. useless, would in this be worse.
; in
relation
this
tatements to affair "
But with the object, as wan my duty, ol The melancholy result of the whole,is, On the reception of the handbill at Danville -: Cambreling on' that of ,the House. The the Price Current of,":'old Hampshire.

showing that although the Ministers of the that Congress Has broken up ,leaving ,almost Vt the President of the Bank immediately amendment of the latter to the Fortification We should not have occupied ,so much

King, under the 'interpretation they seem every. great measure" of the session ,suspected foul play;and caused the Bill, proposing to put three, millions of dol- space in relation to the paragraph ,quoted above -

to have'given to M\ Berrurier'a promise,, unfinished, and therefore totally null and property| of Herren to.be attached. This lira at the sole disposal of the President to were it not grossly incorrect-,and Calculated
may have considered themselves at liberty void. The following bills, 'originating in circumstance created considerable excite- business leisure
was of or
the meej emergencies, objected tot by the to'deter men ,
tadafertueiniesmuatiou of the law Sepatemost of them that
until passing body
the period,which they thought would best by large l majorities,and some 01 them quite ment ly borne in the a good place character.Herren The had President uniform Senate,and the this iU,wailo at.... A portion from, travelling# through this"" ,section.ofcountry. the

ccure its success, yet the President inter unanimously, have shared the general soon, afterwards started for Bostoncon- of the, Ilouse contended that,Congressmust .. _,
pretating that promise differently, feeling wreck and ruin t fronted and dissolve at 12 o'clock on th*'night of r
Herren. drew from him a con found the N
In another column will be
that in consequence of, it he bad forborneo The Post Office Reform Bill ; (passed fession of his guilt. In 'with the 3d March, and consequently, that after :
T do what be called unanimously in the Senate. company tice of the opening of the Books fovSubscrip
might strictly duty )
,, Herren and another individual, be then that hour had elapsed, no proceedings couldbe
.and toeing that its performance bad not The Custom House Regulations, Dill ; departed for Londonderry where in had. The tion to the Bank recently 'chartered for this
a spot majority coincided in that
;taken place, could not avoid stating the (passed nearly unanimously in the in the woods, they dug $12,600. Ilerren place. The difficulties! attending exchan&
up
the
passed: and session \
closed
The ; opinion, in tumult
.whole case and Con- important Judiciary Bill (
clearly distinctly to ;i'
now represented! that by returning to confusion. of money,and remitting it,to Charlestpti.nthe
and .all the .by a of 31 to 5 in the Senate. and .
great detailing to them remedies tote ) Boston, he could obtain the balance of the Northern ought to induce that
Cities ,
which the law of nations would allow The Dill regulating the Deposits of the {
... rip be applied to the C4f.tI I leaving, to themghe Public,Moneys in the Deposito Banks. of money a friend., which When he had the placed in arrived the hands in If a Northern, .firmer is tired. of, feeding bis who are able,to come forward, and:esUbluan

choice leaving to their wwdc ni and The Bill respecting the Tenure of Office Boston which was parties stock in > stall for market, let him come,to institution which will remedy present is
; on
Saturday
prudence tlur option *f the alternative of and Removals from Office; (a most important they proceeded to a house Washington evening, the thf. To be sure he will not find cat- conveniences. and increase' the,trade of th

further delay or conditional action Could bill, supported in the Senate by street, where Herren requested them to tle in the tpen barrens which will weigh two country. ,

he have. said less in this branch of his message men of all parties.) stand! aside and not to look at the name on thousand founds each ,as they have them, Herald intimates
? If he alluded the all The BUr indemnifying Claimants for The Democratic (Philadelphia)
to subject at the dpor. lie then'knocked
and
lie was:obliged) to detail tbe' circumstances French Spoliations, before 1800. i ing his bolted from, those watch who though totfrequaitly, in New England, but' that in case of,danger of division in

,ef the case : it is not pretended that this i. These half dozen, (not to speak of the had him in custody, and was soon out of this doubling the stock'nery' third year is the present Administration ranks, u to, th

not done with 'fidelity as to facts. The bill for the relief of the Cities of the Die sight lie not been heard of since The profitable' Especially when one has MoCJUnf to prospects cf Mr. Van Buren' and Judge

ratification of the treaty,its effect in pledg- trict' of Columbia," the bill providing for President of the Caledonian Bank has of do but Ut AfM tlom. Then ,the questioncomes White for the L Presidential chair At &***\

foff the faith of the naUon the fidelity with the increase of the Corps of Engineers; fered a reward of $500,for, the apprehension up, what can a-man in Florida do with tin, which ,will, ,be held for the purpow
which the United. 'tatea have executed it, tbe'bill to carry into effect the Convention of Herren, and the recovery. a' the one or two thousand cattle ? We answer sell fW1lJ '
the delay that intervened before it was betyfeen the United States aId Spain ; and money, or $260 for his person. lie is described Hum or eat as much and as as circumstances making'' a nomination, , brought'before the Chambers, their rejec- the bill to Improve the navigation of the '. in the handbills as about five feet and while the many Gen. Jackson for* third ... ..
tion of the law! the assurance made by 18ermrier 1\[, Mississippi in the vicinity of St. Louis,)are seven or eight inches; high, well proportioned require. cook II bakIng -- i ia 0"
the forbearance of the Presidentto among the bills which were sent from the 'speaks rather broken engliSh, baa eels pita the vAale herd are growing better. In the table of routes and distances'

ako'a"communiCation to Congress in Senate to the ,House of Representatives, a keen sharp eye, quite pock broken-, calls ,} The gnat.in the woods or pine barrens last No we should have said from Ro-'ferr)

.consequence of those" assurances, and the u and never heard of more." himself an Englishman, but is probably a grows a foot'or two in'heighth-and'more, in On: 'Sawin ."io TUlii ferry, 18 mile:

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have in exchange "THE RECEIPT FOR A TATTIKR.Take of the I RAIL ROAD. NOTICE. SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. .
t JACKSONVILLE "
and vine called Runabout and of the 4 .,..
printed published Key root of .r
GREAT BARGAIN is offered in the
Ie4U1lR AND TALLAIIASSEE !
\Vest.' Although older .than ours, ,we ,welcome Nimble Tongue,each six handfulls; fifteen A sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West STAGE. : t

printed in comparatively ounces of Ambition, and the same quantity] Point Foundry; diameter of Centre Roller, c- '
a newspaper of Nonsense}''bruise them together in the two feet two and a half inches,and two outer :

ww country, as Florida: is, as (another,evidence mortar of Misapprehension, and boil them THE undersigned Commissioners( give no. ones, one'foot ten and on -fourth: inches KWHtvHaas, ssasMSj \ ,j I

that there is public spirit enough to over the fire of wild Surmises till you seethe that pursuant to the Ad entitle with Iron cogs, points, &c, as also a set of Public are informed tha't '

sustain laudable enterprize. Its appearance scum of Falsehood rising on;the top ; "An Act amend an Act to incorporate the Kettles fromthe, noted Foundry Scotland, THE Barouches will run a between line of I 1 t'

fair to supply the wants of the reading strain it through the cloth of Misconstruction FLORIDA PENINSULA" AND JACKSONVILLE RAIL known by name of the Carran Foundry The Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this \
bids ROAD COMPANY, approved ranted and proof, as malleable Iron. capacity ;
15,1835
; put i it i into the bottle of Malignity place Monday.
community in its vicinity. that the Books will be again open Jacksonville of the Kettle three hundred every u :
at grand is ( '.
: and
: stop it with the cork of Enty; then tDTForfy:: pounds baggage will be allowed
at the store of I. D.Hart 3ay- treet gallons, and proportioned graduated to I
: or
to each and
who have been long conversant suck a glass through the quill of,((Malevolence the 4th of and conTInue passenger, for any greater weight,
Persons on day May, openuntil sixty gallons, being I four to the, set; all of one cent pound will be for I
Tnththis place, assure ,us, thai{there are at and you will be prepared speakall i the 1st day of August next to receive which, with Coolers, ,Vats, and a ,Cistern to ten miles.DFare per. charged every ',s' I
manner of evil, without respect to I subscriptions for stock to said Rail Road contain will be
persons carry thirty hogsheads
and each
buildings ( :: through
,this time.) more' new going up or character. into execution.By disposed of, if applied for shortly,for at least : ,JAMES way$25.it ,'I'
HARRIS.
in a state of.forwardness, than they have ever the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, I twenty-five, per cent below cost. Jacksonville Jan. 14. ,
:3u
Jt'nown. This may .in part be \..attributed' The Earl of Haddington, who has been the subscribers for stock heretofore taken, A line directed to E. B. COX, on Sidon J ,:'

facilities for obtaining lumber,,from the appointed Lord Lieutenant of Inland, receives have a prior right to subscribe for the same Plantation McIntosh County, Georgia, (a* CONVEYANCE FROM j
the a of ISO.OOd dollars amount of Stock on'the new Book,, Manager,) will be attended to. i
steam mills recently put in operation. yearly salary ISAIAH. D. HART, March 12.! 4wll JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE. 4 4ii I
and if in office for ,
only a day, a nearly retiring ....
JAMES DELL
Schooner George & Mary,'. Willey, pension of 30,000 dollars f fl] lie is a I' !
The W. J. MILLSJ. A CARD. .1
Scotch Nobleman, and was created an ) : [
morning last. We EDDY .l
Tuesday STEPHEN ,
arrived here on undersigned, on board
English Peer in 1827, and sits in(the Houseof JOS. B. LANCASTER. WEt passengers '
favored with to i londa take this
methodof
Charleston papers ,
been +i. "
Lords '
hare Baron Melrose. Toe Subscriber
contain no news of importtnce. as family Jacksonville, March 31, 183.). I 14Com'rs.' returning our thanks to Capt Hill, for the THE will run good Barouche 1, 'I
28th ult. They. name is Hamilton, he was born in 1780, kind and gentlemanly conduct to us while on good Horses from Jacksonville to" I ;

Capt, Willey was oaly seventeen consequently is entering the fifty-fifth NOTICE. our passage from Savannah to this place ; and fc't. Augustine a,week; to leave this

flours, ,fi**: Cruleatoa.. to/tiie 'b r.f, at th. year of his age. .- BY An act passed by the\ Legislative" Coun recommend with, leuure hia, oat to passengers tit pl'ace Augustine,every Monday on the e..ninfollhuame morning and arrive da in. I

mouth of the river.: of this Territory,'at Ita last session travelling to St.Augustine and Picolata. -Returning-will leave St. "
'ROBE9 'IERREJ.l'f.-At' a late dinner at Robt. Taylor G. McAllister Augustine on j
,
Illllll II and the Governor
f ? approved by Veb.14th\ and
Tax NDRNXRT.:-We see by the Boston Charolles, in France, M.Vitrier, gave the 1835, the Subscribers'' were,, appointed Commissioners C. II. Evans, R.,R. telknap, on Wednesday the evening rooming of the, tame arrive. at'this,place (

that the Ursulines will not attempt following toast-" To him who shall plungea ,to open' Books and receive aub A. B. Harden, Geo. J.Kollock, pounds baggage dal will be allowed .I', I rarForty I
Whig, poigniard into the bosom of Louis;Phil- scription for the stock of a Bank to be lAc&t- Charles Hubert, W.P. Uder, to each and for \, ,
to build a Convent in New England, but'intend ippe l?' It is said to have produced no sensation ed in this Town,to be called THE BANK Wm. H. Howland, J. Guenrd, one cent passenger per pound, will be any charged greater for weight, I

to remove either to Canada Florida; *. There are doubtless those in OF JACKSONVILLE. \ Howard Malcolm, Geo. B.Prouty, ten miles. ,every 1

and in case of locating in the latter Territoryto France, who would be glad, to ,,see acted In pursdance of which the' Subscribers II. W. Andrews.To 03Fare each way, $G. "' t

purchase a large tract of land ,to be connected over again the bloody days"of Robespierre hereby give notice, that the Books for Suhscription .- Capt. Hill, Picolata, Fe>. 17, 1835. II. 11 PIIILIPS.Jacksonville .
,. and Marat.A for the stock in said Bank, will be Feb. 2. (>tf J 1 r
with the Nunnery. opened in this Town, at the Counting-Rgom BTNOTICE.XI '

VALUABLE VOTE.-The Boston Commercial of Messrs. Blanchard & Rider, corner of NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. t
: who had better I
have been informed that the Editor n-:::>> you owe me
We Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, A. Mon ALt I
Gazette that in balloting for won'task
says, and ml for I '
u..J pay
Herald the fourth of nett.
Publisher of the St. Augustine day May
and Printer to the,U. S. Senate; Dr. Linn,fromMissouri ;, w 'W. J. MILLS, you again. I.D. HART. .
(whose office was recently destroyed: by fire) ,threw in a check for $500, whichhe : 'WILLIAM RIDER. Jacksonville,'March.2., lOtf ', j

has made arrangements to resume the publi bad just received for his Congressional STEPHEN EDDY, !

cation of that paper immediately.Hon. services, instead of a ballot The Gazette ISAIAH, D. HART.Commissioners.. NOTICE. THERE will be a regular conveyance rot ,,
week from
St
{ Geo.
Mary's I
calls this Lapua dr'g r'falia-we suppose in ALL persons indebted to tie subscriber, by Pablo to Bt: Augustine ; to leave St Mary's :
Joseph Ritner, has been nominated allusion to its remarkable effect on a dropsy Jasksonville/E. F. April 2d, 1835. 14 by Note or Book account, are requested every Wednesday, at :U o'clock, P. M, and r '
by the Antimasonic party of Pennsylvania of the purse. to settle the same without delay; and arrive at Pablo the next day. ..
,
Candidate for Governor'of that State'., NOTICE.mthe no credit will be given at my stove alter the Persons, who wish to avoid a nlgbt exposure I t' ,
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10th March.HARDY H. nominated Gov CHEROKEE TI\EA.Tr.-Th Milledgeville :Commissioner of the Road of on the water, will find very comfortable 1
The Jackson Convention Federal Union,. of the 17th lust, says :- County,..havinfexamined( the Jacksonville, March 3. lOtf accommodations Fernandina, at Mr'' A. 't',

Wolf for re-election. "We have good reason to believe, that atreaty' same, from GravellY. 111 to the County line Diu', and can leave, Fernandina the next':
has been made with the Cherqkees, of Duval County, nave ascertained the best PUBLIC SALE. morning and arrive at Pablo the same day. '
THE FIGURE HEAD.-A second bust of the for the entire extinguishment of all their ground<
President, of the; United States, has been placed claims to lands east of the Mississippi, giving of the Load, leading one)to the upper Spring next, between the hours of 11 and at 4 o'clock, and arrive at Ht Augustine at ff, ,!\ I'
Constitution.The and the other 'AhgRor, tow The ,Overseers 12, A. M. we will offer at Public Sale,all the P. N. same day; leave St Augustine everySunday .
bow of the them in territory .
: on fire Frigate exchange an ample *
inmoney" within said County are* ereby authorize real Estate of John Llanza,deceased,consisting and arrive at Pablo same day \
time on'Tuesday in.the west', with a very large sum to order out all hands li&bl to road duty, of the following property- Passengers wishing to visit St Augustine I
Senate spent lDe will be accommodated<< reasonable \
to work'on said road as quick yuonvenl- on terras. 'I
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l In
and 'Lot No. 12
evening oh Executive business, and acted ** square Fare from St Mary' by Pablo to
'on 'a' large'number of nominations; The elegant new steam packet Columbia ent- for S.said'J.. EUBANK operation.,; ) ('ommissioners .1110US8 1'House and Lot, No. D), in $5= From St Augustine to St'AoSusetine :

amongst many others, the following, 'we was to leave New. York on her first JNO. W. RICHARD.5 .f >maid Road. No. 4. There Is also a safe boat 'which' will run 1.1+
1 Lot No. 12 No. 3.
'Charleston the 21st ult. in the ,in square
understand were confirmed : trip to on once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville and
I
Edward Kavanagh, (a member of Con regularjine with the Wm. Gibbons. Jacksonville,,March 31. 14 '3-4 Lot in Lot Nq, 10, In square No. 9. will depart and arrive so u to meet the mail 1 !
1 Lot No. 13 in No.
10.
square boat its return ,from St and the I '
on Mary's, I
gress from Maine,) to be Charge d'Affairs GENERAL'. ORDER. 'rTALLAiASEE 2 Lots Nos. 1 and 2, in square No. 14.
it from
remunerate Cath- arrives St
the ( Fanfrom
to stage as Augustnv I
The'proposition '
L. L. t
to Portugal, in the'place jof Thomas! 2 Lots Nos. Hand 12 in No. 15.
olics for the destruction of the Convent has square. Pablo to Jacksonville ?X All fare to I
Brent. > Cash.
Cgnditions .
John G.; A. Williamson, of,North Caro-,.. been rejected by the Mass.,Legislature. March 14th, ltl35.TOHN < By order of the Heirs. bs paid at .Pablo. C. TAYLOR.. ,
RSA,-Tri'tl8'Lirarge'Q'21,1ttttig8t';Vettez4ota.Henry .- H. EATON"'Gofinorand Corna -& e JOSEPH DBRQALLO, I
Wheaton, now Charge Affairs DEATHS.. Itf mander-in-Chief the. Militia of. the DOMINGO ACOSTA. j 1'ecutora: D-The-Mail boat will leave Pablo for St j
Affairs of Florida has constituted and Fernandina Feb. 11 1835. owe Mary's every Tuesday and return oniThnrs- \.
at Denmark, to be Charge to Territory ; appointed ,
.
J\i
The
Prussia. At Deerfield, Mass on the 16th ult. Rev. the following Executive Staff:- day. stage leave. Pablo every Friday' '
'Bailey about 51. Col.Thos. be General : for St Augustine and returns on the.; succeeding I
Jonathan F Woodside, of Ohio, to''be Winthrop aged THOS. BROWN, to Adjutant r NOTICE.. Sunday. Om3 I
W. Dickinsou about 90.
aged HENRY WAIHINOTONQuarter-1lasterGen. *
Charge d'Affairs to Denmark.' I A LL persons indebted to the late concern
HXCTOR W. BRADKIT: of Leon, h .C3. of WATERMAN & Prrct5TON. will please .
:
of New York be Consulat '
Hone to DRY GOODS GROCERIES '
Henry AC.
,
MARINE JOURNAL. PETER W GAUTIKR,jr. jf Aids-de- '
Jackson make payment on or before the nth inst. or I
St. de Cuba it
Jago GEO. HAWKINS, Franklin, ( 'Camp. suit will, be commenced without respect to WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I
Robert F. Chace, of Mississippi, to be PORT OF' JACKSONVILLE""",.,,,,...,,.APRIL 2. Gxo. E. CIIASK, Escambia. I'J persons M. K. PINCKSTON. nriHE Subscribers keep constantly on hand, i-I

Consul at Martinique. And it is hereby required and edered,thatall Jacksonville, Feb. 15. 8 JL and offer for sale, on as good terms a. J''
Cheney Hickman- be a Director of ARRIVED-March 31, schr George & Militia Officers of the Territory, respect they can be had at.any store in Florida, the> t\ '
the Bank of the United States, in the placeof Mary, Willey, from Charleston. and obey them as such. j TfOTICE. following articles, vizDRY :- ; .
Thomas Ellmaker, deceased. April 1, steamer Florida, Hill, from S*- By order of the Governor, an Command- "
A LL persons indebted to the subscriber by GOODS.S
S. Heath of Baltimore to be a vannah. er-i -Chie.1 ;
Upton ,
JL
.1; Bools-or Note, are requested to make Im
Director of the Bank of the United States, NEW YORK, March 17. Cleared, Brig THOS. BROWN, mediate payment, or they will) be put to COIL Broadcloth., Casslmeres, Battlnetto, and
Gen. of the Militia if Florida. Cloths ,red and ,
in the place,of Morris Cozall, rejected by Iko, Weston,for this port. Adjutant WILLIAM; B.. ; ROSS. Negro green check, white Flannel '
bleached, brown : stripe, and plaid '
the Senate. Jacksonville Feb. 18. 8tf I
Homespuns>> Calicoes, Cambrics Muslins
,
The nomination Roger B. Taney, as a are authorized to announce the name ADJUTANT GKHKRAL'S Oi'ficz:, ,I ,
WE Silks Gloves &c. &o.
Hosiery
_
Judge of the Supreme Court, was taken (of JOHN W. RICHARD a Candidate Tallahassee March 14, 1835.r J NEW GOODff.
up, and definitely postponed. for MAYoR of this place, for the' coming is the duty of-the Adjutant(G9ne ,to Subscriber has just received from I1ARD'V AR .

(National Intelligencer. municipal year. ,report the War Depanmeit,the number THE a full assortment of Cooking, parlor,. and box Stoves, Bran
of effective Militia within thji Territory ENGLISH AND WEST INDIA GOODS and common Fire Setts, Lamps, and Candle
"\T7"E are authorized to announce the name to the end that the quota ofArml authorisedto Stick., Percussion Caps. Guns, broad and

THE CHINESE' LADY. On Monday last V V of WILLIAM II. BURRITT, as a can said Territory, may be furnished, which AND GROCERIES, narrow Axe., Adzes, Hatchets, Hamm....
this Lady and suite paid their respects to didate for AtDXRUAR the 'coming municipalyear. cannot be done until the eflVctve strength which will be sold at fair prices for cash or Augers, Shovels, Door-latcbe., ButU Sind P

the President,who expressed himself much of the Militia is .made known (It is ordered' in exchange for Cotton,Fun, Hides, and..,the Screws. &c. &0. '
with The and directed therefore, that the Militia Officers common produce of the country.,
pleased the interview. expectations FURNITURE.
TT7E authorized to announce the name II.
are throughout the. Territory as early u LIBBEY.
of the Lady had been, raised to a high W candidate Sofas and Couches, work card, toilet and ;i
of JAMES B. MASON u a make out and forward a roster to Black Creek, Feb. 13. 8tf ,
pitch, as to the magnificence of the'Fonti'Emperor for re-election Jo the' office of ALDER- Brigadier General Call, of TaJlah..r to be dining Fables, Washstands, Looking Glasses r '

as she termed the President. MAir. eonaensed and submitted 'to lie Adjutant NOTICE. Bedsteads, &c. &c.

But his kind and courteous manner appeared General, that this necessary inlbrmation, so 'LL persons indebted to the subscribers, GROCERIES 4 PROVISIONS }

amply to compensate ,her for 'the I ,ELECTION NOTICE. important to the Territory orfl< defciency outward ; Throughthe : Court- sent to the War Department Coffee ,
grandeur. held the
Election will be at .I to settle the same 'without delay ; Cider Claret Port '
medium of the interpreter, on parting, AN ,Jacksonville, on Monday, the By ordcr of the Governor and Command- and no credit hill be given at their store Wine.,,Champaigns Spleen, Lamp, Oil, and Sherry

"he wished her a cafe return to her country, 6th day of April, 1835, for a Mayor and four er-in-Chief. THOS. BROWN, after the lit of February. Flour, Rice Corn Sqap.\, Pilot Bread Beef Tobacco and )

continuance of good health and the powerto Aldermen,for the Town of Jacksonville, for 14 Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia. BLANCHARD & RIDER. Pork, Codfish, Mackerel,' Salt, huh; Pota. i j

' persuade her countrywomen to aban the ensuing year. TREASURER'S. NOTICE. Jacksonville, January 24th, 1835. 5tf toes, Butter and Cheese, &e. &c, ,' .

'I don the cUltom 'or cram ing their,feet, 110 W. J.Jacksonville.March'21et,1835. MILLS ALSO- I 1 i,
, Mayor of the Town'of *
totally in oppoaoa Jo l'1atur wiser,reguIatiOD& ." lw 14 TREASURER'S ORANGE STICKS. Drugs, Medicines and Faints,-A variety
Upon ,being asked since, what Tallahassee, March&OFFJCE'J GASH will be paid! for One Hundred Or. of Crockery and Glass Ware; Books: and r

abe thought of the President, she replied, NOTICE. an act passed 21st it Sticks, of various sizes, on delivery 'dUtlonary. a large assortment of WhIte

abe believed him to, be a. very good man DATE I shall BY is provided that all Bonds executed by at this office, immediately., March C. Drab, and Black Hats, Caps, Boots andShoe.together
but not so fine an Emperor as they havein SIX WEEKS AFTER ,: Auctioneers;shall be forwarded by the Judge with a variety of other articles.
'
of Nassau
apply to the Judge County the Treasurer of the FOR SALE '
China, and cannot comprehend why of the County Court to .
with the ,
the Emperor; did not pit in the highest seat Court annexed, for letters of the Administration Estate ef REMl, BRUNETTE I Territory of Florida; and thatall Auctioneers TU8T received per schooner George & BLANCHARD & RIDER., I

(Wash. Globe, 12th inst Will deeeueel., on I.hall quarterly in each year commencing on al Mary, from Charleston, one hundred Jacksonville,Jan. 1,1835.
the lit of transmit to the Treasurer
January Cora. ,
bushels
WM. B. ROSS. '
ROUT.' DAY. under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy O-N. B-CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,
lIoaJu Jr.z--We learn from an authentic 24th March, 1835. 6w 14 of all sale effected by him, with the amount Jacksonville; Feb. 18. Btf Horns,TalloW, Deer Skins, Fun, Beeswax' .

source that the Elizabeth, which sailedfiom and at what time and place, and for whom MOM. Orange Peel, & J If
Quebec in the month of November FOR CHARLESTON. the tame was'made. Now all Auctioneers LAND AT ST. PABLO 1 B. & R. r :

last became December find Packet Schooner are required to take notice of said law, and FOR SALE. J
in
waterlogged a,gale THE
4th and Capt.Kasbleigb the two .' 'AND MARY, conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must Subscriber offer for sale for cash, or NOTICE. ,
mates 100 tons burthen, C WILLXT: Master instituted.. Judges of the County Courts TUB Negroes, or good acceptances Copartnership: heretofore existing. f
and three THE
seamen were picked up ,in food order for 1M, will sail for the are requested without delay to forward, the following tract of fine Live Oak ham the subscribers under the firm ,
in the small boat after being nine days iniliac above port on or about the 20th inst. properly certified and approved, the Bonds of mock land on St. Pablo Creek bounded u of WATERMAN &, PINCK8TON, is this 11

situation. During this time,they were For Freight or passage apply to the Muter Auctioneers in their possession. follows, viz:-on the West by Pablo Creek, day dissolved by mutual consent. -
obliged from want of food to drink the on board, or at this office. CHARLES AUSTIN, on the North by Winslow Foster's land, on ADIN WATERMAN.
Wood and eat the flesh of oDe,of the crew, .April 2, 1835. 14THIS Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. the East and South bj.lands of Cornelius MILO K, fINCKtflvN.JacklOnyUlt 1'

Jho, they-affirmed, died insane. The y 14 Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty Jan. 19. '

Elizabeth was bound to Itadston. is to certify that I had a hon,.race thre. acres. For particulars apply to l
Sun. of a71 descriptions Printed at J. D. HART or person indebted to the above firm
[New :York 2d day of January, 1835, with William BLANKS ALL
DILL. to make immeditt* pay
B. Rouse that he received fifty dollars at short notice.IP"Abo JAMES requested

A SZIITKNCX: NVLLIJ'DD.John: 8. Wi- on a swindling, account out of DM, and he Job Work in a handsome style, Jacksonville,. Jam.22. 4tf mint to to settle the subscriber the same., who All Is persons duly authorized having

JoIUrgeon of the United, States Navy still holds a note of fifty dollars. I th.retoreW&1'D and on reasonable terms.V .. claims] will pleas call on the subscriber forsettlement. (i'
FOR SALE.A
paying or reeeivJacksonville .
by sentence of a Court and forbid all persons ,
Martial aid note, u I the Am' "Jostiea Blanb-Deed.-"BilJ. of LadingManifests FEW thousand Seed Can. .
has been restored by the President int ARTHUR : MILO 1:. PJNCK8TON.Jan.
BURNEY. &e. constantly for sal at K. riNCKBTQN '
M.
the Senate, with the unanimous concurrence'of ,March 21, ,i2wl3 this 0&.. ... 'f 5 Jeri. 22. 4tf ID. 4tf r -.tr,.
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his TO THE
CHARLES IIOYT offer PUBLIC.
-- LEGAL IicprnEr'cie.Squire: Brazcn ace, MACON STEAMBOAT I DR.
sional services to the inhabitants .SUBSCRIBER
MISCJHLLANEOUS..' who has been stated to ,bo notorious,for ,OOMPANY. i of Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, THE Southern Agriculturalist, hiving from purchased its

: abusing 'Witnesses, was one (day examining as tCSurgeon and Physician. Editor and proprietor Mr. John D. late
RIOT. The Leare
RAW ROAD WashingtonMirror '
-- a man, before 'the court respecting'some Jacksonville, Jan. 23, 1835. 5tf solicits the support of the friends of Agricul':
-.. of the 7th tilt tlio following ,
y gives
corn, nndas,:, usual! ', insulted him with a tore, and of the interest connected with it
particulars of the riot which took place on thousand questions irrelevant to the case, NOTICE. throughout the Southern States. He ,

the Baltimore and Washington Railroad) J when the following dialogue ensued :- abi re company take this method of persons indebted to the subscriber by published thiswork: for Mr. Legare from has

'. Yesterday,about 11 o'clock, an express. Squire B.-What do you know respecting THE dug the public that they' have ALL or Note, are requested to make, commencemeJ/.t/ in the 'year 1828 and he its I.

arrived in thIV city to Inform Gen. Hunter, this corn ? Witness, helped to plant it purchased wo Steamboats, the MACONand payment by the 25th inst.., or suite, will be thus practically acquainted with tie mode in

+ the Marshal of the ,District, that a serious and soW, it, sir. Squire B.-What else?- EXC 2L, which boats are to run regularly commenced without delay. which it should be conducted. Its publication

disturbance1 had broken out amongst! the Witness-When it was ripe, 1 helped gather betw 9Dari n and Macon, leaving j I J. ,B. MASON.Jacksonville .- will be continued,on the same terms and

Dutch Laborer on the ,Washington andBaltimore it into the Jtarnj I helped husk it; and Darien one every week with two tow boats. Jan. 15. 3w3 i in the some manner as heretofore:with such
The steam oats will draw only 26 inches of I his
Railroad about four miles from improvements experience
of it mill be may
carried some to to grounds- The NOTICE. suggest
each. j
this far from JJladensburg.. The water'with wo good engines'an As the subscriber is solicitous to make
: city, not this
what
Squire B.-{(In an angry tone.) Then h been at to place and enti- Journal the vehicle
Marshal with his Mr. T. Woodward : re great expense creditors, legatees, persons for dissemminating
useful
, o, + Stettinius Deputy did I yon do with the husks? "Witness company of teamboats in the Ocmulgee and ALL to distribution of the Estate of information, iot,only ,with regard to
and 8. promptly repaired established
Etq. some of them' to my horse, some to Altamaha driverswouldrespectfully solicit I of
gave } system
husbandry but
WILLIAMSONdeceased
ELfZABETll also
to the seat of war, accompanied by ; : experi-:
and some to if the of the This line will !
my cow, my you patron re public. mental efforts in, Agriculture and
the arrival of lave ind late of Duval ,County, please \ Horticul-
several On
liolitaofieers. ,
had been there, you should bad your be a great facility; for merchants who wish to i ture, he invites free and unrestricted
and demands
+ the Marshal and his officers, they found their oods the of Savannah or take notic that their claims commu
ship nication from
share of them. by way [tall
's will be bi rred operation .of law, unless I persons occupied in these-
the
A themselves in the midst of refnctoryy Darien, to Hawkmsville and, Macon or in by pursuits. Let no one
imagine that
; laborers who had been engaged in a very I Cotton to Savannah.. Arrange forthwith xhibited, or at the expiration solitary'facts'
NOT BAD.-A, short time since, a young shipping date of this and I here or isolated experiments are too Jrivial
four week from the to-
serious affray with, muskets, and other ments hav .been made to forward cotton or be commnnicited.
still All
who adheres to the custom once systematic
lady to the first knowledge
1 concerned on
,
by notify a appear
i deadly Five or six''' Dutchmen goods with >ut detention between. Savannahand is but the
weapons. the ladies of aggregate of humble
so prevalent among braidingthe Monday of May next, at the County Court to particu
'i' wounded with shot one or two severely Darie lars and in
were ;
hair, requested a Phrenologist to examine be' Court-house Jacksonville, Science every department i irr-
be to
will
. but none (it is thought by Dr. B. her cranium,' and to report to'her No exert: an'or expense spared in the County of Duval, when I shall, make brought to perfection,not through the instrumentality ,
the atest despatch to goods or cotton
r Miller,' who attended' the wounded mete) the result of his examination. The request snipped give by gr ibis)ine.. application to said, Court, for a general settlement of a ingle exrraordinary mind, but
,:. mortally The Marshal acted with great: of of accounts, and a discharge by the contribution ,of particulars by many
was course :very cheerfully complied my :
for the above boats individuals and
and succeeded Agents s genemlljr aflef
energy. He administration. iheapse"or
i promptitude
Ai* t with and bis ,discoveries were communicated my '
qx'j'' notwithstanding the great excitement in the following laconic' terms :...., BALDWIN' & CO. Savannah., WHIPPLE ALDRICH, many years facts, he is record desirous, therefore, to have
to
:t which .prevailed among, the large body of, 'Miss, (says he,)' I find the bump of upbraiding J. GODDARD & Cot Macon. Admr. Est E. Williamson., and as many from the' planter, who as can is be furnished;
+ laborers all along I the road, in securing 12 : the prominent of JniTciiCL & COLLINS, Darien. Jacksonville,'Feh 12, 1835. ,4w? experimental labors systematic, in
I Moat anyone _:_ an account of his
wit-11 Dutchmen and one / E. & B. DELIRO, Charleston. i n n i -r-rrM-n ni
on headj failures as well a bin successful efforts,
Frenchman your will
nnd in taking from them a Dec. 1834. 1 i: NOTICE. I be acceptable. If the last are worthy of
beiltg'recorded
, '1. dozen muskets The prisoners were HANGIKOfront oil SUICIDE.-A lady,; just PACKETFLORIDA. persons are hereby', notified tha pursuant that they'may be imitated, the first
4 marched under an escort consisting the THE :STEAM the Act of of March should be noted in
,school? who,knew many things, and to 'Congress, order to be shunned!
Marshal, his, Deputy and the officers above 1 who thought(she knew more-and 2d, 1831, entitled, ',' An Act to provide for The subscriber hopes that this appeal to his,
' + mentioned, and safely lodged in jail aboutS who was icularly fond many sounding the punishment offences committed incut- fellow citizens the 'South, will not be inv

",\s : o'clock. We, Were present while the i words p of which she scarcely under- ting, destroying, or removing Live Oak land .in., It would be a reproach to our Planters
; prisoners were under examination before the, ," .. other 'Timber, or: trees, reserved for ,n val to meet the fateof the Southern Review. Of

rS'. "' 8. Btettinins and!J. Moulders Esgrs..z .- stood n caning-sat 'very 'patientlyhearing I' purposes." Positive;: proof will be ,required the lost it may be justly said, that it was suffered
'an of the of
: Two of the men we saw, were wounded for ho i ccount hanging sud a ; CAP. K. A. IIILLn'WLL of all persons shipping such Timber, that the to fall;when it was not only,rearing for
person jse breaking. Assuming i same has'not been cut from lands the pro ere us a well merited fame as literary people .
with shot, thought not, wounded We understand denly an air < f importance, she observed, ,, run once a week from Savannah ty of the United States, or from lands on but it was also vindicating the Southern nabits' -,

that one of the men can 1 Why, dear i Ie, is it possible that' peopleare Picolata, touching at Darien, St. which the Timber has been reserved for naval from' the' unjust aspenioni'which have

swear,positively ,the person,who fired at ever,lianj ed, 'for any thing but suicide, Marti,,Jacksonville and Mandarin. purposes JAMES DELE, been so liberally bestowed upon us out of our
;? bir 1. The prisoners will undergo a further / WILLIAM DUNCAN, ., Collector., section of country. The Southern Agri

\ examination on Monday next.,, It appears; To MAKE CASTOR OIL PALAT,&BLE.-- j/' 'Agent at Savannah: January 1, lsa:;. tf 2 culturalist" in some' measure supplies the

'f that this'riot originated l in a determination Take the quantity!; of oil you propose for January 1; 1335. 1 -' place of the Southern Review far as regards

onthe, 'part of a considerable number of, the dose, and,boil it a few moments'in an NOTICE. the circumstances' last, alluded to. It

the Dutch laborers to obtain higher wages, i equal quantity of milk ; then sweeten it NEW GOODS. copartnership heretofore existing be- serves as a Register not' only of methods of

" I + or have a fight about jt. Another party, with a little sugar. When the mixture l has Subscriber has for sale the following THE the subscribers, under the firm of Husbandry, but also of facts relating to our

who though not averse 'to higher wages cooled, stir it, well, and ,administer It.- THE .. of merchandise. BuDiHOTpff '& BALDWIN., expired this day by system of Slavery. The characters deci-
: refused to make war upon the contractors, There will be no,, necessity of giving the Superior quality Blankets from $4 50 to its own limitation. pUne, the treatment, the of our-
; ';, were themselves by'the'war: par child anything to drink after taking the $5 50 per paid All persons having demands against saidfirm laves; are fairly suited to, its pages, and

ty Hence tho blows and wounds, fol.. mixture for the taste of it is pleasantthan .A good qualit Negro cloth 371-2 c. pr yd. are requested to present them 'without constitute topics,as interesting ana importantas .
more
t lowed." ,Irish Linen from 50 eTto $1.00. delay,to either of the subscribers. any which can engage either our :own at
any other,drink you can give. i Best plaid 1olne.pun.7 yds. for 1.00 O. BUDINGTON, tention the attention of those 'abroad, who-

"There is nothing l less understood by a 3-4 Homes]uns unbleached lOc per yard,' II. D.' BALDWIN. feel a legitimate interest in our concerns.
large portion of the people, than; the nature FAT CATTLE.-Four pairs of fat cattle Superior faicy stripes lS3-4c.' Black Creek, Nov. 5, 1834. '1
of They weighed 16,835.pOMnds. '4-4 lied 13c NOTICE.A continue the publication of this Periodical, it,
Press. Many people hove, an idea, that .. : unblca; < Shirting per yard by
the piece or <> yds for one dollar by retail most probably, would ,have been,either removed -
,
because the press, is free,, any man hag aright LL persons indebted to ,DOCT. E., S.fJL '
'from ,
to demand of tlio editor of a A stranger, if just, is got only to be preferred Shirting bl ached.from 13c to 25c pr yd, ALDRICH, are requested to call and Whether our, city, or been suspended.
.t newspaper ( it will be in his to'continue
and furniture calicoes from itr
power
,the insertion' of any article he before a countrymanbutakinsman.ha Fancy drew settle the same;on or before the 20th Inst. as will '
a may depend not only on the' Pecuniary but
13o to 25c perye.rd by the pieceSattmettl
,
''ti M MMMM BM MMMW further
f
no The
think proper, 4ndthat} : he has ground for y ndulgence canbegiven. the Literary,Contributions of Southern Plan-
from 87 l-2c to
'' .' thai?rises late,, must-trot all day,-- $125 superfine, subscriber has all the'notes'and accounts pf
considering his privilego"as an American and will scarcely overtake his business by ,Superfine'cloth $''50 per yard, Doctor Aldrich, and is authorised to give le; ters., He confidently now leaves this matter
citi abridged d), in case refusal on the White and.ttd flannels from 371-2c to i in their hands, feeling a, full assurance that
part of the editor Hut the freedom of the night., : ,. ,, _' ifc.i G31-2o per yard]*, gal, receipts' ., ,discharges.,' JOt"IAU". 9ATEB.Jacksonvillet there is wanting on the part of 'our Planters,
press guaranteed'hr1 the'Constitution;id the <.Bed tickings from 183-4c to 25c per yard, neither the liberality nor mental energies necessary -
OODSGROCEIE8 .tc.: Jan. 6th 1835. 2w 2
DRY to sustain
; : the Southern A .
mere reservation of the rights of encblindiyidual ;i Mosquito letting, good quality $125 pr ps.A Publisher.Charleston
A.. E. MILLER
write and at his THE,Subscriber ha. on hand, and often i .
to. print
pense, in any Way he may' choose,own whether ex. sole! on .reasonable term.,the, following > good a odmentLof fancy belt ribbands- WINDOW SASHES, S. C. Dec., 183&.

it be or single sheet. articles, viz CI shirt, "i, silk-sewing silk-boll and different sizes, constantly for sale ;Persons desirous of subscribing can apply
byboolcttum1inlet OF
I The right to do this ,DRY GOODS spool threa if writing paper-superior dol .- By ,JOSIAH FOGG. to W. T. WILLIAMS., Savannah, or at this
however no \
conveys office.
l ladies white hose-horn and 'wood combrsilk STHE
another Broadcloths Sattinett Negro .Cloth Jacksonville January 28. 5tf
right to compel person to do this ,
and. umbrellas and
yellow bleached.andbrown Ron. a: good, as.orhment -
s for him ; ,and when the conductor of a white and Flannel, at" BOSTON PEARL AND LITERA-
newspaper is called to circulation Check, triednd plaid Homespuns. TO. SHOEMAKERS. .
upon give GAZETTE. Volume Fourth-
Ufln 03 AND MEDICINES ,
r' to the opinions of others, ho is just'as Calicoes, Silks, Gloves, Linens, ,Import'dGinghams GOOD Shoemaker who will attend to Published week, by'
A every
S .much entitled, to ,the right: of refusing, as Cambrics, Silk Hdjk'fs. Bomba.zettes O: The -a eve articles are of the best quality his business, and be industrious, 'wouldbe i .M'LELLIlNND PRAY" :

any man would he to the right of refusingto Oznaburgi, Burlap., &c. and wil"cash be sold for small advance, for constantly employed, and receive goodpay 'The work will be published weekly, each
IIA'RD WARE AND CJUTIJBRY. or proc ceo by establishing himself this place. number
speak in public what, another should) JOHN W. RICHARD.'Jaekstony containing eight large quarto pages
What Candlesticks Guns Axes Adzes Jacksonville, Jan. 15. 3tf i equal to duodecimo of miscellaneous -
I iltetate'to him. would be thoughtof Lamps, sixty pages-
one who should declare, that there was patent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob, Latches, : Ie, Jan.. 22. 4tf and original matter, printed on superior

no,teedom'of speech in the United States Hntts, Screws. Brass Knobs,Hoes,Sad Irons; GREAT NATIONAL WORK white paper, with perfectly new type. A
because the town- 'wotild'not at the, Pad-Till-Chest Tronk-Gun...; CloseU- NOTICE. AMERICAN MAGA rNE handsome title page and correct .index will

corners of the'streets mount a rostrum, and Brass port pad-Knob and MorticeLocks, A' LL persons trespassing on the land of the Of,useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to le Ulustrated be furnished, and the work at the end of tile-
retail people'sscandal Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steely snbscr er, formerly owned by WilliamB by numerous Engr 'Dingl. year, will form an'excellently pripted volumeof
out other ? Every yards'Bed Keys and Screws, Cheat Hinges, :'Ross ai d situated on"Six Mile Creek, in BY THE BOSTON four hundred and sixteen pages) equal to
.1 conductor of a press has an indefensible Cork Screws. Hand, and cross cut Saws, theTerritoirwith of East Florida, shall be'dealt BEWICK COMPANY three thousand duodecimo pages. _
right'to exclude from his columns what lie Knives and Brittania Plated I success which has attended the The
4 Iorket Table accort i ng to law.' THE pub volume will contain twenty-six piece;
does not approve } and although his doing and Tea: Spoons, Iron Squares, Pocket Compasses e JOHN YOUMANS. of the best Magazine from theEnglish of music for the Piano Forte &c. equal to

this may at times give dissatisfaction to individuals ,- Drawing Knives.. Brace., Socket Jackson vt lie, March 3. IwlO Press, has led to preparations for'issuing one hundred of common sheet music, which

yet it is evident they have' no, Chisels, &c.GROCERIES. a,perioc1ical'morepart cularl.f adaptedto could not.be purchased separately for less
right to complain. An editor is a mere & PROVISIONS.Coffee I TEN COLLARS REWARD. the wants and taste of tile American pub than five dollars; and the publisher is deter
caterer of intellectual food, and .in his lic. While it will be the object of the proprietors mined to procure the,simple rather than the
Tea Loaf and Brown .
AWAY,
Sugars. from the sub- to make the work strictly what its difficult/
,choice of dishes.he must endeavor to serve Choinpaigne, Maderia-Claret-Port ana RAN a Negro title indicates it will Although
r man named nevertheless, containall the' depen-
,up such as will suit the palates of the great Malaga Wines, Spices, N. E. Rum; American Charles, and & Negro woman articles interest to its patrons, which dance'whatever, in publisher the support places of it no,as a literary -
body of his guests and not spoil the Gin, Holland Gin Tabac-
repast Brandy Soap, named Dortas. The man appear in foreign Magazines. from its there will
with things! too highly seasoned, or too badly. co, Flour, Corn, Rice, Pilot Bread) Butter is about forty, years old, and Extensive preparations, have been entered be paper, engravings;yet from
presented occasionally plates
copper
coofcd."PJuladelpVia[ ). _Gazette., Crackers, Beef; Pork, Codfish* Mackerel, I ..the roman thirty-eight. The into, both with Artists and Authors, to furnish and wood beautiful 'workmanship 'and fin-

'Butter, Lard,"Cheese, Figl, Almondl, Ral- i I man is very,black-about five from all parts of the Union, drawingsand ish. Already have 'appeared, a beautifully
v OCR CLAIMS oiPRANCE' will undoubtedly sons, Apple., Hams, Bologna Sauaagc., feet nine inches in height i ,, illustrations of every subject of interest engraved portrait of James Fenimoro Cooper,
"" be paid. If any one doubts it, let l him Onions, &c. &e} i with, the African marks on his face of his native which the publishers confidently believe will executed. steel! ,and a chaste vignette title

listen to the voice or.'a' politician in p tti- -ALSO- country. The woman is about five feet enable them to issue a work honorable to its page, engraved on ,
coats. When Celeste was called out,after Drugs and Medicines, Faints. Crockeryand nine inches, and rather thick set. Any person title and acceptable(>> to the American People. Its contents will be copper.various and spirited, as

her benefit on Monday evening, she madea Glue Ware, Powder and shot, Shoe., returning them' shall receive the above The Amencan, Magazine is published there will be'a general record 'of Occurrences

speech, in, M her interestiog broken English Boots, and a great variety of .articles to numerous reward., HENRY W. MAXEY. monthlj-each 'humber containing between Statistics Obituary notices/&c. &c. in

S ," as our gallant neighbor, of the Gazette tct'mention.HARDY Cedar Point. /;;Marc}* 4., wlO for Land fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two addition to the Tales,Legends,Essays, Trav-
,of which the is II. PHILIPS.N. DOLLARS per annum, payable in advance. elling, Literaryr; Fugitive and Historical
following
says a
It is brief copy. B.-CAIII paid for'Cotton, Hides,Deer DESIRABLE MILL PROPERTYFOR It comprises Portraits and Biographical Sketches'Biogvaphy' Poetry, &cl: makmg an
We think expressive, the diplomadeand politic Skins, Tallow,Furs, Beeswax, Moss, Deer SALE: Sketches of distinguished Americans; .Views elegant: paper for theparlor,and for the lover
r wo see 25,000,000 francs Horns, &c. 'H. II. P. ; of Public Buildings, :Monuments, and improvements of polite literature a* contributions will be
-as snug in Uncle Sam'a strong box, as Jacksonville. 15 1835. 3tf THE Subscriber offers for.sale his Saw- } Landscape scenery-the boundless secured from some:of the most popular American -
chints in the mortice of a'' bedpostM together with the improvements, variety and beauty or,which, in this author.

and Gentlerrien-I shall again COUNTY'COURT DUVAL and four hundred and seventy acres of Land, country, will form an unceasing source'of instruction The work will be printed u well,and contain -
have the honor of appearing before you in COUNTY. attached thereto, the greater part of which and gratification; Engravings and as much reading matter as any similar

May,next, ,when I sincerely hope that all TN, the matter of the Estate of ELIZABETH: abounds in superior Yellow-Pine timber,_ descriptions of the character, habits, &c. of paper now published in the United
the difficulties subsisting between my native JL WILLIAMSON, deceased,-Notice of Dis there are about forty acres cleared and enclosed Bird., Beasts,i Fishes, and Insects, together Mates; and it can safely,and truly be called
land and this adopted country charge. All persons interested will pleasetake i the improvements consist of a- large with every subject connected with the Geo"- the cheapest journal of the kind.
be my notice, that six weeks from the'publication frame Dwelling House, nearly new, jpid graphy, History' Natural and Artificial re. Triuit Three dollar annum, as the-
amicably adjusted.
may hereof, the, Subscriber, administrator of suitable out buidm ig,. The Mill is of waterpower sources of the onutry i illustrated in a familiar paper ia firmly established per be paid in advance. -
Celeste'must certainly have 'studied the the Estate: of Elizabeth was built .to two ,
Williamson deceased carry saws though and popular mariner '
Two six month to &
dollar fo ,\
wisdom in abridgment, that King; William will present his accounts to the Honorable but one bar been put in operation. A second i Bottom Btwick Company. paid in, advance. *' ; ;

I sometimes graciously condescends" to the Judge of the County Court of Duval saw{ and small Gmt Mill, could, aIL! in. No. 47, Court Street. : ,Boaton,1834. l'
texbibit to, his. subjects in a speech to par! County, for settlement, and will then and I comderable expense': be advantageously put 07::: Editors of the ;
liament : there apply to the said Judge to be discharged in operation., The above property is situatedon United States 'who Newspapers will throughout
from his } of said Black Creek, two miles. below the publish the foregoing JOHN A..8IIXOWAY, _
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My Lordi'and, Gentlemen-I am hap. administration I ferry, Prospectus and,, notice the
contents ot'ib, Reab Estate and Merckandiu roper No. 26r
Estate., and twelve from St. John' River the ,
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to of and all !
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py many you, .looking Magazine from/time to timeahaU be entitled .
Mass.W
eo well WHIFFLE, 4LDRICII. stands immediately on the bank of the Creek to the first volame. Exchange-street, Boston, I'
Feb. 5, 1835. CwG A further description deemed unnecessary, ..t "' ILL attend to the selling and puyICof
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My J..ords-I happy to tell' you,that as persons wishing to purchase examine Any person remitting the: Real Estate, In every part of tn.'
we are all well at home, and I sincerely FOR ,SALE. for themselves by calling on die subscriber, post paid Tea Dollars, shall receive six United States. People desirous of emigrating

ho'u.r quarrel with aunt France ia cot fine NEGRO'WOMAN residing on the'premises. copies! for one year -and continued a* long from one part of the Union to another,
,likely,{o put us to much trouble. A very ,aged boutthirtY"'Y80 If the above mentioned property Is not die- as the money U regularly'forwarded.. can always receive:correct infenaation by-
cook washer
?,Gentlemen and Commoners thank years,ROod posed of by the first of A liberal >> will be paid for
.)' ; and ironer, ,and an excellent feld hand. August next, it will (price appropriateand applying at hi.office. H. will receiv*9td"for
you for the monies you have already givenS For terms apply) to : then be leased,for one or years. well written articles, or drawings illus various kind of Merchandize, delivered

S :>jln May, I shall require<< more. See to JAMES UOBKIRK. THOMAS J, BROWN. trative of national subjects,.poeseesing in- rt any part of the Uni6 Caauav C.addreeltd a

it."-[Boston ,Transcript. .., U'octoi's Lake, Jin. 10. ;,Im3 Black' Creek" Feb.2. 3w6 ,., terest.Dec. 25 Subscriptions 1634 received. at this. office. to haiia: will' be preiDptlj .ttand,
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