Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.JAtKSON-V tLE; COU ER'iTp.USHED "[From Capt. Chamber'! New Book.] again left to 'the gib Yd-into which they [From the New York Daily Advertiser] The first thing I did as lOOn as I, had* I I!

-... 'Ol'cj .i1wEEX: BJ MURDER OF A SHIP'S'COMPANY; BY ultimately descended ,, : after ,a mo than MAJOR DOWNING'S CORRESPOND. time to turn round and get 'on my best I

'& SPANISH,PIRATES. human 'exertion, to ',cling ,to .the faithless ENCE. regimentals, was to go right off and see tho \jlI '
;i tJR'RfER: ? : ; succor I f King, for I always like to begin at the right
'* *. After a considerable contest Our readers may judge of, ur surpriseon I :
TEa.I"+'; $1' i'''year.payable )h If yearly the Spaniards got possession of the Rapid's The next that'wad brought on Heck was receiving from our news Wat, ,tho following eend of all matters. So' I took a chap a ,
12 ce Captain Smith. l1i son leaped up dntmediately long with me to show mo'the -but I
in adT&I1o gle papers decks, all our sailors who had not fallen in the letter which was handed off the I
Advertii.'P inserted,, and contracts the fight being ,driven below. Some of and clung ip him win all Hook from 'on board! the "Two PolliesCapt. could'nt get him any further than tho outer \ ,
; oa ea.sona.ble. strong hold of offec 'on., Th Captain from Havre and which of the white house," ,or uartillery }
advertising them then commenced tlirowingoverboard vessel house !
made knew his end and lowed at the "
was come, as they somehow call it, where tho'King
) south with
the intentionno
: the dead bodies lying our decks- away ,
term upon of the Feluc who I Ifad nearly '
Captain 0,- lives-but) I didn't for that r
iJttlontY'n ah
bt'a.d- doubt of other stop myself
cabii dropping
a.y into and despatchesnearer
'All comr others descended the. returned -
fallen) under his' arm jind who) was now but pushed
Editor the Cou- on, all tho thatI
; "1.U.U"t! some and wine they the scat of
toi'E. with spirits
dressed .. ;: Unconcernedly &1 okll1g 'n cigar, ,appealing met from the tho front
( (ge' ,'.n cases, tobe; ld.. I all seemed very indifferent shout, their very This letter will the Major'slong gate to door no
rier-'po for, JiiJ son } for : GoveM' sooner see'me, than they me tho salute
silence it
found : Wo intimated
fi v\ most probably from having: meet folks
I '\\ IIE': C'ov ER.St. prize "himself he approachre d to he had after the jist as quick .. our of; the, 2d
AourU9 quit
( her quite empty as to> a cargo. My attention -
?, his fate,and gpfIgWrly' withafairless I date of his Wash'lngton. but where "the: Brigade w'd on traiuin days. But when Igot
1b tai :E'q. P,1'1.Mandarin.L'i 'was suddenly Awaked: byea'shriek uncoaceIT'Tbe; ywuh rivited ins1do the front door, I' metU' .-. .'ylV
critter" had
hlJ it no one mental'capabldof
Au tgurtiar female-we three on gone
\\i. P"M..'. a his armes around his father's 'Ueck, wid ne ,.was busy komowhere morsel of a stumper? for a spell/ (IAn arna-.
?'J :M. was a charm to the eats of the Spaniards ; cried out with all the excit d feelings of a telling-that zin polite critter said something to me in :
for the of his
which good were certulnRntl.wo
NeWnawretUdl country
rorf.M''ff!!I' !hEaq, P. M., they rushed to the companion' from boy who could not Vcqondile himselftohis confess French, and made a rale smasher of a bow, :
our nt
spring aperture the cry issued: 'and shortly we inevitable death. mo I"sate now p conviction and
: Obi;save I service e
Gtt.\llGW r lust that all will well in P ris. But says Major Downing at your ,,
saw.the poor victim ,of the, captain's tae father!I" the half-distracted go then
', A/DobUtuV/W.fc; M, cried poor | just 8 parcel .or gineral officer was
[ary' -- if chance tho Major returns nd leaves
St. .h-S.:Phnt! ;{: brought up on deck in a state of nudity, creature,'"save me front these,rucu! wlmv by unsettled then shalf coacludo coming down, along the hall,' and one on : ;
Sarann se1Ud held by two men,each of whom endeavored these ruffians /d i with US ?"' things we 'em / t
MtUon-Edmund Ra : are going1;; <' indeed that this, matter has ceofcd'/Vo bo tio sooner heard tho name than up ho,
\ to claim her as his prize ;words ran At this moment 'sqm4' of the pirates' tore comes to mo and 1 Bays ho, .Major Downing '

[From tlie DoetgnY U'I.l I /high, aud all the strange glaro which dis- young Smith from ,his father an} walked "topablu'of. further. negotiation.; of the 2d Brigade of Downiugvillo Militia s: I I'1 1i 1r ''

'WRITTEN ,,jpR;A PB JK, FAIR tingu their ishes,the:how annimal different passion from),(sparkledin that of him to the captain. of the'Iclucca'who, rlius, 1st Fell': 1835. ?" "Jcst so," says I ) and with that ")
eyes ; running his over pale faco'ofthe ho threw his arms right around my neck,
.. BT OXOROX: 'I7"n either anger, revenge or scorn The' affrighted youngster; shoo hU heal (li tiffed 'out To my friend, Mr Dwight, oj ,theYork'Daily "Mt" and says he, Major I never am so happy

If, G'et the land of songsAnd enc solver'r", girl screamed for mercy. Mercyfrom a long line of smoke, and on ''his!);giving a ,Advertiser.I .. as I frill bo up to this present moment to

clustered, vineyards, ruby rights. 'Spanish Pirates Alas t that cry glance at one'of blamed;the youngster was aupposo you'll all'1 bo nock' up in n see you ;" and who do you think it was ? .

Of orange groves, and olive bowels,:,. was unbended and she fell a prey 'to ,the released! and agam'ran iito bil f father's kinder dunderment when you cope to sco Well .who should it bo but tho Gineral. a .
And blue skies of cloud?(alight J most unbounded. and unforbearing:appetite arms. mith made no' rcsistanjo as tho where this letter comes from I must who was so long in our regular sarvice. I
with.which man is cursed .That one pirates lashed his son to him ; they) affrighted begin by telling you how it, co about didn't know him at first;he was'so kivered; <, f.
If o'er the land, where:every crag{V';;;1 woman was on board was evident, and boy screamed'most dretdfully, implor-- You see jest arter, I wrote you t at ''letter all up in regimentals, but I was right glad .' i

That frowns on vale and plain below, therefor ,more might be ; the main hatch ing hid father to save him br his mother's dated 6th Docbr. last-A ittlo Irter ''the to'see him ; and as soon as I toll'd, him I ', ....

Has heard the flap of Freedom's flagj:"..Ar4! .1 was taken off and. fearlessly some of the sake ; h'o'endeavored k0oel:.wwn and .Message came out, the General a so well wanted to see the King, ,ho;turned, rightround "
Freeman's >k w- pirates descended., They!soon found the held bis hands, ,which' W ro lefi free, .in plensctl with my notions, he sen for me, to the first chap who V spoke to me,
And been the ba.ttlt : H ., othertwo f who were immediately forced the'manner:of,, suppli
-,t o'er the land of arms and arts," on deck, and,after experiencing the,horrid. j never shed a 'tear, oui'JoCvcd "u daunted grit in you, when things come t a pinch, Major Downing' wont ,, along 'up the staircase ., ,

Of bard and hero, king and sage }N brutality of their masters conveyed on'board and undismayed ;-and. ye he a med. to and tho1 you and ,I hav'nt,ngrtj d in. all, about tho quickest, and / artor it; It
< ruled all hearts\ the felucca. ,When unbridled appetite linger on the deck, like oho wi > would matters for a. good spell, now, et 1 see and bythe time I got where the King was '
Where sovereign.beauty gave way to indifference, again thepamanls willingly have'lived, if'only for, iis' son's when matters git mixed up' wi 1 foreignbusiness up chamber in h'm Cabinet room I calculated

,And swelled the lay. ,: Ifired! the page :- 1 seated themselves. .by the. com-, .. sake. The- lashing being comp", ted, the you:drop'.all' party difl ultics at there wani't a living critter. in tho
bin k of the- hatchway- ,' and revived all pirates, ;who were anxious to j Complete home, and'are ready to stand b he country bousq that didn't know I was there. ', i

If o'er.the land burning thought' itheir murderous intentions byjyontinued their work destruction, "Via'uted cbni till things get a going strait e [ain. Now The'Ilng.wo. surrounded pretty much V

And'lony deed,-rude steps have trod, draughts of spirits. The sun was fast dios," and gave,tho victims a pus! towards4hat Bays he, that's what I call rat American ( hull scrape of his ScCretarf..,, and (

Wasting,what man's fine hand had.wrought sinking, and night approaching ; savage ill-fated gangway. I feeling, and with that he shook lands, ond Majors!, and Auditorty and 1 don't know r r.I .

Spoiling the nobler works of God :- ( intoxication soon warned' them of their remaining "0, father f t father!1 ifrbp? stopL bnly for all was as pleasant atwixt us a lay,mom but Post Masters and.Contractors, there;

ft I\, duty before they retired to' rest ; 'one minute-:-father, only for om .minute.Oh Ing. was. a mortal patcji on 'cm t and :as soon:; "

If o'er.the land of ancient! V light, and now began the dreadful close of that ,look'at me Iwill, not be (,crowned : "Now"says'i"General, to hake short as I came in, they all bowjd; off about air/ .." I

have held their long control; day of murder. j oh my po6r\ mother! oh, !save'}&e save of a long story my notion is th t the best: quick ns folks used to at hum; whenever,Ii> '

Tyrants the mind the pall of night, .I saw'only one remaining Spaniard, who mew"! This'scemer! to 'dwcpnccj jthoCap- thing I can do is to go rightove to France and( tho Gineral met to havp a talk on most( !
Thrown round was dead, left on the deck ; and I- beheld tain,for he stopped arid seemed e ually insensible myself and keep a look out or?that aide,, matters ;,+. \
a And tenfold darkness round the soul:- one of our.men,-it.woa the coopergoad.ed to the pain ho;'must' hvo expe- and see how the cat jump* wire,' and el 'ThoKing herl: ppiaMllput, >out ltd

on at the point II of the {pirates daggers: rienced from the application o/4/ IWONj' you a Congress s wIU.keep:f ftbarp yopa ; 4,' cItst>>..m4ia'good. x ,it '
Oh, let us tear the veil away jBttengthen to.where jho.corpsQ.wns! lyuigtbeytifted; he.l looked dowa-MpotrltJy'aonV" things-oimhw' 0deffr{ rtte.Uu..,1Mr.J f.A14. "
, theSvTakJ'-Ddlfiaa: IW blind,-- 1 the dead man to an errect position: ,in fold thought I'saw, indistinctly as; Ibouid see, matter ift. they 'woue Jj' thou our.know* JAYt he that next,to the P.r _t'dtefe tt{ 1 t

Oh, let tie pour Heaven's blessed ray, ing the neck of our man in the still supple a tear fall. 'His son looted impbringly on ing about it as soon to the rest creation :; no man from your;country1, ftfcr\p .I '..' !( 'ii
On the dull heart and clouded mind :- anns of the Spaniard, lashed the hands of the countenance of Jilt' .. fathe.< his eyes for says I; there is ,no tellin what them to tee and,at this particular time,says ne, \ -Jf
the dead man together; with homble,half seemed to 'read a hereof,ecape even Frenchmen may,do, and if we have got to I don't know but I would rather, left yet.; '
"So shall our, : gene< ous aid afford, drunken, and frantic joy, they tied the when it was most ufldoss an( most un. eat porrago with the Devil, rny notion is, than, the President himself for says he,' r ,

Light ty> relume these hallowed shades,- bands of the cooper round the btck of the promising. it is but fair we should have aa long a handled pains me to confess that ever since I havJiy ,

Givq the Greek boy.his father' sword, Spaniard? ,;and goading the living victim Ah how long, We 'ig to,tope, even spoon{ as he has got."-" / says I,, been ,a King, I have never been made to. \L'i
with their swords shouted a maddening take notion, to seed Mr. Livingston feel much like what I afore
dark-eyed maids: when its rainbow has let its brghtest colors they may a so was was .kl 1. f
Their mother's re'tho. : yell; then laughing and singing its they ; how: fondly we cnbg to tie last tint, off and then there will bo no one a King, as I have on reading tho message,

... has the avaricious' man turned them round, they conveyed the' unresisting although the eye may duallysce it fading there to keep look out for us, and I have the President apnt to Congress a spell egos i iHe "

AVARICE.-Never for any''' lucrative cooper to the gangway, and calling from the view! a a feryen'Jy' even at been thinking BO much about it,says I thatI told me however to take a seat, arid be! A
enough. lie is always eager and flatters the out Adios, amigno Olio," pashed him deatb'a gaping door ,w i 1gine n escape, have concluded to go right off there as sot down too, and with that he ,began ask-,- 'i

office ; caresses to the towards the side; his !foot caught against and hope glimmers'e1 e: in thq darkest of soon as Cupt. Jumper can tit but the,M Two lag alll manner of questions, what Congress
rich; cautious jn lehding out money is often a coil of rope, which in the ,scuffle had adversity. rOIli 8" to carry me-and I tella the Gin had done and what they was going to,do,' '
poor, complains with of hard his ',relations; whom been kicked to that situation, the balancewas The Cep'tain bavin// tent ha head forward eral if he had any thing to say or any directions and when I left home, and ,how I come,
,times penurious lost and the and the dead went I and, if he and whoto, jce I in and aeemed ;
he admonishes about prudencein'expenditure living ; end kissed the, lehead.of. bison, to give, waa ready, came to JV JVI
perpetually sanctified head foremost into the ocean 1 Not a cloud who was screaming: I the worst anticipation had'ntany ,it made no odds, for I believeI be quite in a wonderment wound Upl'! ",-
;,assumes 'very relish for the, darkened the sun when .uch'ruffian murder lifted him fro'1e deck;and walking know' pritty much the upshot of the bul by asking how',the 1'!' eident'wu.en'l'jt'' : '. tfhe ,

deihennoirtff church; has no selfishness is 1 was committed ; no thunder roared to speedily to tl\e jumped; intq matter,' and if Congress did'nt chnae to really, was In earnest, for say,, he; Major ., .j I l
his go
enjoyments of life; yet awful at this and I'd have Idea bow tba has .:-1:
. alive the increase of his riches lie manifest' God's displeasure the ,water, and sunk t tO 'uo more ; but pay my*expenses out homes pay you DO \mesMge
himself to of the necessaries of life ; infernal deed ; but a shout of,joy followed as he fell,we heard on loud scream which' 'em myself, and. considerable >ility too astonished the great cl'geDerou. nation 'j j
deprives and the consummation of the act,and a hellish the sea or eternity bn ed forev r. : --end so alter a talk about -eo soon as I got a chance, I plucked,up''
he fancies himself< to be .indigent that he ,laugh was the burial service of the dead 1 1I The rest of the cre were disposed,of one thing, and another, the Gineral' he and we went at it talkln over the hull-matter ;.; kl I
with the '
trembles apprehension
accident. 'He looked up: it Waters; his blenched in the same man r4 r, t i Spaniards enjoy.inq wish'd' me success, and I push'd off post -the, particulars of, all which I'vu'ient;
may become still more so by who subsists face, his pale lips, his trembling figure, indicated the scene ofd tn ion, and occasionally {ute'to Kenebunk, where Capt. Jumperand home to our folks, and if they cbuse to t
is even poorer: than the beggar whole life he his worst''' apprehensions; he did making some oti ling rcnirk as the the Two Polliea' wasp! and aa he bad publish it I can't help Jt, tho Xi,'shall take I

upoj alms. but During his ro1J and 'deeds, not articulate one word, but kept his trembling poor sufferer see ed afraid to; moet his got my letters, I found things all ready, tare to git out of France before the printed .,
has .
rent- ,
seen nothing oh his mouth me of oft' in time. account on't its back here.
be withers fingers to warn untimely end the as red t, for and waa no ? fir
and, mortgagee. .By degrees left to my danger, and the necessity of silence.It the pirates were J D .i''' a tbelwo intoxication We had a pritty short, but a pesky wet I tell'd the believed tho hull.mat. .
toil sell
his are '
away, and the fruits of -his: memo: was now a dead calm ; the sun went ,and w tall the met diabolical passage', for Capt. Jumper had,a considerable ter was in a nut and i(,he'd keep his %.. i
heirs who do'not even respect down in all its glory, as if it smiled upon barbarities save wh : the hu an mind, of a cargo of notions'on board, besides eye on't IV! crack it for thru /

ry.. -[Mattson. the deed ; there was scarcely' a cloud ,to brutalized by the 1 1 Mt toW :abandon- a deck load of lumber,for he thought In the first, place eaya I, your folk* app. *
devout old darken the heavens, and already in the meat of reason, con while his band waa In,be might aa wellbe our folks fire.,ruillioUi ,of ;.dollar" *, jwt aa 44
SPEAKING iif Mwnira.-A east the stars begun to shine ; above us, all Jjuggest.LfIn akin advantage of"the panic," aa he called clear; aa though you. and)I.bal beeijtmdia

'lady, residing in a country town not many was still and hushed,all nature seemed to IioMAN SrnrATA the jolo ,of human it. We made a strait wake to Havre, together for: a d longs ll, anu, arter tryin.,
miles from Boston, but a good many from smile below,the drunken riot of the murderous there is where I left him and I streak'd right up for settlement, I .agreed, fo, ta e leaa than
;t in ires, something .
passion past
the meeting house;where ,she was a dinner con- I i pirate broke the silence of the even of interest even u the remoteness qf here to Paris,and here I have been aa bury I believe you owed me and you gav\mo, tt

tant attendant usually carried her ing,and the ineffectual struggle of some of the time. We love reel within us- the aa ever I waa when Congress was gettin your note of hand to elose'thobusiaetaa, for:j
with her.JJJld..Deposited !it until wanted
rcwaterf the endeavora' of tlie sum agreed onv fi'bu's'tbe' plain Eiji."v
our men, oa they bond which unites thi ioettllstent'erasmen together. '
under the seat.'One 'warm.sdmmer day, the Spaniards to force; them 0'0 deck, was The I suppose, as I did'nt tell you or glish on't, snya J. Now your i',51krliagp'fad >1 \ (
during sermon time, the door being open, nations, custoni j>eri< ; ajftc-
Gineral thatany J twist about and
the prelude to other dee 'iley ,
-a dog stole into the new and conveyed a- are sympa;
and going to France, you have been won- ey agreed pn, iBnd want to open th na titer ;
the ,dame'8 luncheon. lie bad Two more victims were brought up thies.which unite the iaseless Generations. yes \ -
way good folks '
derin why ha'nt beard of me fur so agin, and our never Wjil ajree ta 4r
back you
not however far the lashed together these were tied to The past lives again *ien wf look
proceeded ,dowp uponits "
time. Well, now you have got the that in creation. They wept take a cent
aisle him back one seemed anxipus to close his emotions- It live a our f wn That long ;
before she espied, and forgetting ; milliooaif dollar -
ou'c-And now I suppose you expect I leaa than!;; fire! they'll
time in the of the career and jump overboard, the other still which was ever Is! 'lie mtgician'a gift reason
and mo- ,
place, flurry to bear what 1 have been about here, have that now or loose'.ten times: ,the suns -' -
neat, cried aloud, as she stamped her foot clinging to the remnant Jlof'bis| miserable that revives the dead- that ipimatea the. and when I have seed, and beam worth in trying to git it } the'll'make a spoon, or:
,at the dog, .Get'out 1 I' Instantly perceivIng existence, or fearful from his numerous dust of forgotten gray i m noi t in the an.thor's tellin about, since I have been here. But pill a horn,says It ,Mr.Livingston fauna
the offence she bad inadvertently com crimes to meet his fate, strenuously oppos- skid, It Is In the the reader I of
this ia impossible, :for two years, first, I out, Mja I, that some your oppouiUoa1 1;
'ranted, 'There said she, *I've spoke in ed the efforts of his comrade. The Span* have,aeen so much that I eouW'nt tell Congreaaoien! would not yoff m,.kyor on% .;
meetinV 'Now Tveapoke again.* 'I de- iards laughed at the worried and as either How TO Ciaac : Co s Well, Mrs. the half on't without detaining Capt aeein that yen was in favor on't, and you ''.
.lare all the time.' party came near, they them with Langan, ,did yptt.put tie bl"on tourcheat IOU bother r
I'm talking Jumper longer than I tell'd him I would ; oo 'em wantodjea you j and WOo .
their swords, and goaded them towards the as you iced and lid it free r and another tiring,,I hai'nt got time to say vas so for off they>didn't ..calculatecomtequeuc ... .

A gentleman having a remarkably I long gangway ; at last, be that was most resolute Wbr.theif "d_ ,the liver a chest all I want to say for our folk. at WashingSon **, but i if the Gineral.made jt a ..
iaage, was one day rjding by a school,' at gave a sudden plunge, and both were I had to 'put but abre a id I have a and that's the most important aerioua lOader, these opposition folks ofyouraw 1 i
the gate of which be overheard yota+% in the water. Then it ytas that the' diabolical little bit of t ad t llut Icon that, but Pritty, muchaa I expected wbetf I got ( ild tether way benVthe King,

Sheridan say to another lad, 'Thatgi feelings; of the piktea were most sorry a see 's and tf y tleman'a face is longer than hia life.' Stro tf\ excited ; both endeavored to swim, and fora It14'jru rfi\l .ee. fort'ha sticking bad off aa tho' we ivan't bcre- -Lut I rant wept on. WelJjwyi Jthe Cine,

*y the strangeness of this observation, toe few seconds tbersucceeied ; but as they there W'q tall'g.' our folks at Washington have: balanced rsl s.w this In a mink,and so be acid fiat l

gentleman turned his horse's bead, and re- I neared the ship" the rope which an.apparently suppose that account by aeein that. -the riyt be did hi the mcawajre >but
qttedean 'Sir' said the boy friendly hand bad offered to their W1 d'tyith been justlymen's Major" that "'lIf.weu,
explanation. "' French Minister ia treated just so too .WJ* J9B -
4 1 meant no offence:, but I have read in the II succor was withdrawn,or poly the wet end said, t 'begin eg pf lives what they call diplomatic Tit /orTat ji L !the Gineral don't understand doe. ;to{",

bible that a man's We is but a span, and Iam allowed; to touch their hand, when it was wouid be lea., e tn' le withoutthoutjcomfort attic j ., toe ltdlk.after. |he fashlpq_I vupf .. '.. :, -
their hold and they were plcasuri, a end jj, : $ .1 P'i' "' ')
sore face ia double that length. jerked .from'' l' .
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I MAJ. WTATT ADDRESSTO claim e1 rtions. With 1 a view The last. Legislative Council, in my -
I n littlo magcncshc and chick EXTRACTS FROM our untiring ==:
DU pose broth, says would, answer here, but when THE VOTERS OF FLORIDA. to this, I would propose a subject of revenue opinion, struck in part upon this the all ,only practicable The Courier

folks get in a tm trum on.our side of the FELLow C.i.ZEIfS for the Territory or State, which, if plan by which effected.importantcommunication A rail l
! be \ =
Water, nothing short of ji'rale dose of elder properly managed could in.a. great 'degree can and HUIISPAY, APRiL
bark ten does, any good;' particular if the My name having again been presented remove the feni1 of heavy taxation. road to commence,, at I o.
llii. ia.of long standing. And now to,your' as a candidate for It would be to obtofa from Congress the pass directly through the Territory toPensacol
' complaint the office of Delegate from this would meet their vIews AUhe request of M ih Wyatt
t I if any trouble comes Cn I don't Congress: power to license fisheiesXipon the coast of at once we have in
'1 knOw says says, I, which is the' most .to blame Territory, I deem it important even at this Florida. The time illowed by the treaty upon this important national object; a rail another column, published extracts fro /his

., the complaint-or the fi tik. ,The King he early period, to submit! to you, my general for' Spanish subjects fish on 'this"coast, road only part of the way, seems to me cc CirctUr.Address" to the cc Voters of
views of the most important matters connected still would be of but little importance, when on.
scratched his they ; da; life have
;' looked, at me, and then he expired some two pars ago ; : not room in 'our
. .. both with that office, and the advance however this resource compared to one on the 'whole route as :. P, r'to
valuable _
head,'vdolleeys he, Major, they are continue to enjoy would ",u..y .. ..6&....", IUU&
+ ment of our common Territory. contributing -I the communication in that event be f. cneenuily yieltf .to his
I will tother of the without
cnuf but one euro } Territory,
bad ; says, ,, wishes id '
I rights I'm sartm.I 'I deem i it important, too, at the same aty thing towards the maintenance of ,I imperfect, and subject to interruptionscaused vt willingness to select sues, parts
Jo time, to answer, the and repeatedcalls established by too a water carriage. Besides as woul indicate' his views
I ,< can't stop to tell you one half of what many its laws; These fisheries are already long and //"tended
: I Bold or ;what the King said, for ns'l said that hive been made upon me, for an upon a Very extensive1 scale, and it isprcsumoole'thnt the many inducements heretofore course, s ould he. succeed in the ctnVBS8,_
;p afore, Copt. Juniper is waiting, and his last' open avowal} of my political principles, in they will not be occupied I mentioned, for Congress at.'once to makean With I loc 1 politics and national r d

r''.: letter to me from Iiavre, says he can't possibly relation nature and tenor of ,theGeneral by our citizens,who under such regulations appropriation for the entire corripletion have no 'ng to'do.' We 'avow' : ntos we

,:\, V ,wait longer I than Saturday next, as tom Governments.In (should liey embnr 'jn that business)oughtto of this road, the millions of cubit feet olive ence, ast no office, but )ho prefer.
is fellow citizens, I am' actuated oak that would stand in are coAent
\ he wants to get home in time to make one be exjmpt from ttx. FtoID'my"Per80n- immediately ; to sit
.t' ; 1 run to Cuba and back to Kenn hunk afore by a laudable desire to be useful to ol know Jdge of these: fisheries, and information the vicinity of this road, that 'would find down an' 'look on, without' ejecting that

:\.'1'''j,, ploughing) time:. 'Whilst; my hand is in, I my country, and 'to act in accordance with derived, fronY correct sources, I am its way bt such a communication direct to we shall'r ap a harvest of.hono/or'profit,or
. ; about this the views and wishes of many of niy old that their yards'that' otherwise must remain be tossed jip the '
," + would like ,to tell you 'a 'little warrant in the assertion' ; a revenue navy in political bl ket,
; place, but 'tia impossible=-I keep thinkVn\ friends.: To be ,a ,candidate for office, is might I-hfJ.irrulticpfl-r' -- -- tn the Territory to'' the in tlie forest, or';fall 'in ruin fo the com- arati ty ,strangers in'tl: T....:,.Beinc_ ,.
all the-whiley there is one etatnal indeptndtnce only exercising' a constitutional' priviledgeguaranteeJ amount ct' ten or fifteen thousand dollars axe, itself in a few years amountto I I would be the\ heighth of &11101.117,
of to the most humble, citizen. enough to complete the folly,*,meddle with
ddy here-folks ore go foil fun anti per annu. H. a that which }i
t ; such BWads of Galls. The King"luis me Public office in a free republican government The lancLfellow citizens,is a sub- WOUIf.f Government has also shown : none of,our buimess, and bum, .

', 'with hini 'cvery.day, and makes General like ours, belongs to the people ; and ject of grit imp rtance''to the present : some a great: interest relative to our fingers, Uen thesis: nothing in the fire

Bernard ''go about with 'me wherever I whilst they, bytheir wise regulations con- population rtho'T rritory; and,which bas I the preservation and procurement of this for us to save. we JRflf f particularly calI-
t 91!, wnnuo' tanll1r I hadn't been so' long tinue at staled times, to invite a free and been neglect.' It must be recollectedthat 'valuable timber. Would pot this plan of the attention: rf-WfigU'wa.: remark '

;!.t at.Washington} and seen so much there offix open cnnvate fcfr the same, "no pne's rightsare two townships;of land are by a genefad : getting it, be much better than the planting Maj. W.,'in relauM.talWrwia-' ,..of
.. Congress aud State matters from the Preside infring a. Upon by nval candidates, law" 'of Cencress reserved to all new of the live oak acorns ,in 'nlantations.. or n. 4 *i..l' u, ..*' ,soeon xnor
t t down;rd fee .I suppose, 'more like since all a equal" !in this respect, to 'rely Territories, bcsuies, the sixteenth sections, paying from fifty to sixty thousand dollars ville.enmsuia, to comflierice at or neat Jackson-

" e going throw'my shIrt collar than I do at upon corr pubic plcs" merit and 1 capacity Apr the sol e purpose of educating the child- every four or five years, for watching its IfthisieAebegtfrouieletitbeadopted.

.,",, ,the'tmow: of things here. There Congress! for confidence, office' and ren of the first .settlers, as' a benevolent puny growth upon the barren I sea coast? But,there,.t''ibdtge( one let'that be selected.

'.'I', t' is in session here;and 1 dont mean to quit honor compensation for the privations, and difficulties It I is well known to those acquainted with It should hot De,clio; en by interested individuals -
p.'-.'{ till our business 'finished. But how on Fellow i itizena, ;we occupy a Territory th y have to encounter'in settling a this valuable timber, that it is much forthet|lnhanc merit of private

earth they manage to Understand one another peculiar} i ii topography, climate, and pro- ,wildem By our present policy,'those rior both in size and firmness, in the rich perty. Niithrt can it for pro-
. f: I in the House of'Representatives Ian't duction oi oil, from any other portions of lands wi remain until the sons of the pioneers hammocks through which this road would the moment, be !imagined -

,...,:: r' tell,' for such a chatterin and jargon I Ii the Unio besides this it forms the utmost I' are 'supplanted by those of ,the pass, thin it ever can be on the sand I. that great interests of the whole

,,:J, I i yon have lib idea, but arter all they manage verge of ur southern limits with a sea- wealthy''Jfalob, to be educated by the pro-: and polmeto fiats near,the sea. bank Territory should be sacrificed to non-resident
I I nhings'pritty slick in one way and I|eo no coast upvjards of a 1000 miles in length, ceeds of heae ands, thus.subverting the might also have live oak plantations on this speculators: ; :There are very many intelligent -

,,', other way they could dp) i it-and I'dont indented i ith ship-harbors and inlets, Tm beneyoleice 'o Congress, and depriving road upon their own land of much'; bettei, .' api Usts-merchants-ship owners-

know but it is better than our way. When mediatelymaritime in the vicinity. of those' great the'right! d 1 low ers of their just rights, to quality than their preseut: I location Thii masters, and'others, oho feel necessity ofa
'the Representatives meet, the President- pperations, between the North, the amou it of 200,000 dollars. These lands 'road in the sphere :of influence waif good -'and' safe
, :answering to 'bur i Speaker-he gives' out the South! and that extensive fertile Wes- should h brought into' market, and the double the value 'of all productive' in. communication from the

t. ,' ;' 1 the business'{ to speak'' .about-and then tern valley, watered by the Mississippi and proceeds place< in' some permanent fund dustry, and quadruple the value of real estate Northern Cities-from the borders of the Atlantic -

'.' I /"
1 1 1'f pulpit;; or'what,General Bernard says they the $ ,the haven of their commerce, who come afhr. us, 'reap a golden harvest business and comforts life.', 'Unti Alabama, and Mississippi. The shortest

.: : 1 call the tribune, end the first one' who gets and 'art in their national defence, from ur cljared. fields' educate their this communication should be made;those land_distance,may not be the best-it
" there the President calls, his came, and he against foreign invasion upon,the gulf seaboard I own chit ren. This subject was brought appropriations made for clearing'out rivel'Bfwhich. ; : not necessarily be the cheapest or most

" 1 goes at"it rend in his-speech" privy much ., i .' to the notice 0 Congress during the,time from their nature cannot be'of any : editious TJ.................' ei-.
I" arter Isaac Hill's raAhioni. ome groan,and With a view to theses advantages, the I was in he., C until by a resofution, but use to'our planting and commercial l. int'erl p are many circumstances to
huzzar notions- General 0 oyernment purchased the Flori- has bee red remain unacted be. be taken into consideration{ ; Surveys:? should
'some ;;according party perm to up- eats, ought to applied towards inakinj
, if the/get so noisy that the, President can't das" at tb enormous sum'' of 5,000,000 of i on. I ai in for of reducing the price. permanent bridges and a road from Pensa- first be mad Ii i Is ,very easy, t 'select a favorite

IJ hear the 'Speaker, be" rings a bell, that dollars, w :h this view''it' is, and has 'ever of public land -In 1829, this subject was : cola to Tallahassee;. and Augustine. Tbi 'route.and praise ita advantages-while

i quiets 'em a spell-Mmt: if it don't, he rings been, the ispolicy'of Congress, to por- also'pre nted i y Congress bythe Council, people are much more interested, in this another, distant, but, a .few miles from it,
-," if that don't quiet''ein he Ots mote thebuilding prosperity ;of the Territory, by met orial drawn well road in the
again, ; up by a by myself as thau.they; surveying of thoi is neglected, or, overlooked., The thirst for
I I and arty looking pritty hard,'and giyiu fair a necessary fortifications, survey- as the di ding the sections into sixteenths, rough cuts, or clearing out rivers that will brain the with
wnrniit he the third time up' lag her co sts, harbors, and inlets, roads the'latter into useful be to increase e the value of our
, ..' rings picks as, gone operation never navigated, such as,some in Middle -
V his black cap, ,.clajw it, 'on' his Jiend, and and canal utes, and removing obstructions but the f merircmains unacted upon. 11 Florida. property-the,zeal to get, rich at public expense

, 'that's the eend of thot "day's work.' The ''m. th same, erecting light-houses, still ma"'n, that from the,fact jhat the Relative to our Territorial politics- often blights the good judgment of
, I House Is adjourned r jjst! aer completely as buoys, an beacons, buijding arsinals, public la Is in Florida differ materially have but a word so say. It is to be regret- l candid men. But disinterested surveyors in

.,.rJJiIJ. though the vote Vas unanimous l fclo, you opening' aid repnirinz roads, &c.-Improvement in their dative quality and value, and ted that too great a disposition' has been the employ of the United States Government

: see laws and rules of all countries are mado absolutely necessary to eve- from the mportance it would be' to the shown among us heretofore, to'go for men ,
jIlt to suit'the nature folks.. 'Now, there ry State in he'Union, as it was to purchase Western rid ninny of the Southern States, and not measures. Our Territory it has I ; are properly expected to' give their

; v is no.other wav in creation to i put a stop the countri from Spain. Then 'would it to have tl m densely settled, with 'a viewto been truly said by a neighboring State, has views of different sections ,ot'i the country,

J* at+ ,:, noise In a'Frcnch' Congress,but to nd not be rid'us presumption, to say, that the sec rity of those States in time,of been embroiled in the most political discord :' without prejudice and with candor; We are.

A '" ;-,'and.-\nt can't M dojie no'+ti w but CongrewAvVh, ,no. National Debt,:and an war' that v>ngre< when fully apprised of: and, for what object ?' the hone of,'I decidedly of ''opinion that no 'one section'

o, u u 17 c ap om;an3Yt' even ow l Jyi|iniiij, would refuse'' oreven all the fact would-at once pass a special getting offices,' and the fear of losing them, should receive'the fostering aid of'Congress
ivalk'otr l' like' the", Gi eial's ncgwl:improvements! this sort? law for < luction in the of the .
pritty'tjnuc. : Yes a price pine with a disposition to keep them all in the until different sections of the country are ex
I be idle
r 9ott ..?",, Yr.r as to presume, that lands ; for iy'part I should strenuouslyurge same family, and large sums'of government amined-business facilities calculated-the
4 'I shall, be homo pretty soon"1 after ''this, Congress would abandon their ,revenue it, wit out an, regard to'tbe interestof money 'following in their train, with now of
:. for if I don't'miss'my guess,'they. are'only cutters-withdraw their armed vessels land epe tilatora who'might be injured, and then a quarrel among themselves, expenses proposed! public improvement es
hereto sec what will from their respective stations, and refuseor thro land timated, and' decided upon by skillful engi
waiting our Congress by win a larg quantity into about j wh should be the great) man; ,r : )lov If our fight then neglect to arm and equip: their soldiery market reduced neers. After this is done have doubtas
,. ; tf( Congress trays why at e price. pocket the most cash; are m reality the we no
+' ,f they must fight; but if Congress! gives them in time of war,,as to euppose: those Indis- In rela n to'', taternal Improvements sum total of our Florida politics, ''about to 'their selection of this place or some

a chance by ,saying any thing civil, thl y'Jl times pensable national their objects would not at all generally jbr the territory, I should of which so much has been'said by big ''and point near it, as one of the tenninj of a railroad
meet when ,
I down 'With '.the dust, and get out 'of the concurrence prosented course" adv cats th 11. re Ato hv little nrtlififMnna.. Ta .it. not then time
I iciipe about the quickest, and,It wild| be along to tnem. sectional feelit j '0';:'f prejudices l ; s.; end for-J the good rT.---people of Florida :who have across the Territory.,

" f while afore 'they or any other nation ed My to advocate object, therefore, would be, if elect- while I adxiire th 1 berality of Congresson thus been disturbed and injured, to'cast off It is of great importance, in comparatively
a general revision of these
will attempt to bamboozle us again. this subject, I n ist that of such ,
with all
, many politics 'tbeir corroding ten-
laws new that there should be both
upon a basis that would give to the country,
J You can tell all our folks there alnt'gointo the appropriation eretofore have been dencies, and for the future to for measures -
people, art near as practicable the entire go co=mon.and Sabbath schools and of
L,, be war with France; unless we. begin it, partial, and applix to useless objects. based upon policy requiring men'seeking means
J i for I believe, !hey|U pay us the money as 'control heretofore of their own public affairs ; a policy This may have be'a caused by incorrect public confidence rely upon merit pious instruction: The emigrant,who leaves<

1. eoon as they can do so, an get clear of and which pursued is towards other Territories surveys, reports, 111 estimates, or from and correct principles for honor and office the Pilgrim land of New: England, carries
bavin'their neighbors say they were frightened BO important in the some other causes, > it so it is, large'8ums I readily accord to my honorable with hini the'impressions of hiswjjjjdhood.
1 '; into it ,I have, been asked 'pretty proximity of any to a State Government of have be 'expended' to no benefit opponents
in order that its citizens shall become money advantages in early' life, and since The associations of early ,life linger around
;j often here If the United States will ; more whatever, sav the interest of 'those that I never had the fortune to *
ease good him
possess thousand
intimate with the forms' of State Govern- although a miles lie between
,1., war if they don't us ; and I tell ; disbursing it; whi improvements of, vast that of wealth and the of
can they mont, and those leading ; patronage him and the land of his
,that as nigh as I calkalte, I guess political principles importance have b m e tirely overlooked. office and illustrious men.Two of ancestors and friends.
:' will But if I" bad: my way abou 'it, ,1 beu, suited to the formation of its constitution The ,settlements c th Suwannee, haveconsequence' in addition to those advantages my opponents : In a former paper,we gave ou\ views of the

'wouldn't yet nor would I tell 'em when .' and future prosperity and happi-: been much retort id of have had the support of office,'and large, I necessity of early education,and they are not
}I'd keep my a y'e on, 'em ; and nees.I there having bee to '
-1 should Senatorial branch Jour improvements onThis" salaries, from, the moment they came to changed. There are improvements which
1 as have got judgment every year add propose that river and its ar! r. river is
the All
Territory. of which has placed might be made, in society the
If should throughout
Congress '
interest to principal j i and when they gitrnix'd refuse equal to any in thq T yrits harbor those in affluent .
gentlemen and cir
I the score of they could easy whole country, which'would be felt
J up In some fight<< with 'their neighbors \ upon expense, and entrance shoul accurately surveydeepened cumstances with time and, DJ every'
h have no objection to a division of the means of se- member of the for
The licenses
hi Europe, and! would not have quite pres- cd;and thp channe or ar if ne- curing vigilant and friends anda community.
fA 40'much power'to injure us as they now ent Council The 'present mber of cessory. i A light 0 should be built important traffick and for retailing, should be, closely
conspicuous whilst
which is 27 then let 18 be elected in society, I
it thrive, Pd bop down upon 'em' and make annu- and a cusiom-housj dished there ; this have been compelled to restricted-and when t slaws are passed, they'
to the' lower House and nine rely'solely on
ally my
*' dollar lend their enemies every
even or would at \bnce bring is place into notice : should be should be fa
.. alwdyin two to the House Senate own personal, labor and exertions1 for the enforced. no
4 to riving'em\ a sound thJ'88hin'not years upper or ,, and greater facilitate e trade of the
t all set- maintenance cf family and whatever vorites. In the execution wholesome laws,
apportioned by Counties or Districts my
tWrni' off
afraid to fght 'enVright now; laments above: cotton, &c. that stand I
equally the Federal basis. may now occupy in society. all friends and all enemies. A .*-'
I but then my jnolidd} ) I Ie trI Wanted fight upon would of course its 'way down this At the end of the men are ;
, -a-chell who b jlyoVved' me money, 'Td do This should have been done in the placeof rivbr. could 'then i direct for the fortune war a reverse of ries of riots-bitter altercation-scurrilous ibuse -

1t only lot thi'rrue>e.B&ke of thrashin him, the present arrangement gain noth- North{ and\ home {plies' returned. wilds of, placed the Western me,!'as a stranger, in the -profane and indecent_conversation-or

s end II thoult\iuike'ru.y,' time and when' ing towards a wholesome system of laws Si.;_Congress bai ev since, the cession of against the vicissitudes country of to contend I a resort hi public 'to jahge'rotu weapons to
poverty: consMuentlg.etitusd.IAt4t6o -
'his bung'able and '
.3 J'couJ4'do't o vrithoXJt togiUftu public regulations by an increased Floridas.,nwaiMed Xjreat.desire. ta -.oJ b7erleeteQby :
loot-tk wK.wi'.wDDerge,
?aTieratch ria; J bladreyeT -'vunri number to the Council.so long as there; is perfect a'great: na nd communication seeatronvd rt '
dr 'rie&-vf"hbdor or'Itbctrty, and the righto but one, branch, except for'the worse, the the PeniDsu n order to avoid the across exertions mechanic, to which and other personal the friends of good order and peaceable
like fd At it if'I history of all well to the{present day, I am alone society. It is so to"keep cool," that one
of cieraen. nu\ such) go ages as as our own' experience dangerous presage/around cape Florida, indebted for whatever I easy
i F thougnj'ljeethe: out of it with only one eye conspire to prove the fallacy of and to unite{with nore facility, the trade I have thus Fellow Citizens may now possess. may well think it strange that difficulties are

r and a shoestring lea.I but one branch in Legislation, but the ab. of the Atlantic Sales, with those of the a candid and an, varnished view given of such you so frequently "settled"by,{olence. We ab-
TJVP old friend solute'necessity of two so as to act as Western deal founded '
i .. ; a on'the first matters as I de med important for hor quarrels. It gives us more pleasure to
r Xr 1)O\VNINa, Major; checks upon each other J many of tbe pow- law of natun wbih is sel!interest. your
There information subscriber -,
in ,.tuucing up your impartial prevent a fight,than it does to get a new
exercised the
Pownffrgville Militia Brigade. ers now by Governor should is not a mem > r' Congress whose .
hn given to-- thorn two-., house and tn..... ,..*....... I are .tot. nbre. or lees interested constituents : :.. decision in relation to your next delegate. or kiss pretty little cousin of"Uoo taj -
-' -- *U Should you, in {sour determination i tittaen."
'MOaDzk 'or AN IADUU,'* .CHKrv-The poople.I this work, idcon nercial as well ,
t 'Logansport jriianK Telfgraph, of 28th should also advocate the election Of the tional vi the as a na extend your confidence to me, all I can
point cf v;
k.L = Flower Governor the government, as pledge myself i>, is, that I will endeavorto We have several times been informed thata
: ; }.& .' _tel that CaptAin by people, provided Con- well as the gjod sople ,of Florida have in
principal, chief of the Tfiorotovra 'tribe of gress would pay his salary; I' mean not been entertained ia ten 70018, with; the end act interests accord nee with your best wishes difficulty has occurred between the,Surveyors
Miami I diLwwQ killed a few" days ego; only to say I am in favor ofJt. but-that ,I hope of a itfp d mntl 'w a thorough cut whole d the general welfare,of of public land*near the Seminole tract
I opposite this town, by Indian whose would it as a matter O) good policy this jins 1 our cou itry. Should your confidence and fired
; tan press across p< *, whleJlvip a practicalman ,however be in another individual that a party of the tribe had upon
name we dp! not remember:. Captain I and of right, without regard to any one ocquam sd whh tWseafcoi on the I placed withheld the publication from
Flower was one of the finest looking Indians that might fill (that office at the time. gulf aide, BO ubjfct to'die Jci roacbmentof will hour with respectful submission do it
'" to With these views and induced to ,
to the Miama And should be in favor of into your judgment 'but' are now
belonging } our going a the man| ye andoral'rd k| ; and
his death w regretted by a large r .Df State Government, provided the people sudden chat es of:s they am very Respectfully, proper to give the reading -

.friends'and acquaintances" : mould be willing to pay the expense incident high winds if great di 41cI.Iiaise: main Yoiir Fellow Citizen, public correct Information importantpassing

jAn to its operations. To throw off Fed- land, id extremely I a cut WILLIAM \VY ATT.Tallabasaeo ;. event _

investigation of Lieut. ., eVal influence and a state of vassalage, and of this sort utter Im l andwealth August 9, ISM. We hope that the Seminole tribe of' Indi

I. .duct, in attacking a member of Congress, :Stake our stand in*the Union as a free and could not bd fuUy : ': will be without much trouble,orany
It appears his resulted favorably in hit bohalEt pvei'eign State, nhould be a subject of pri of Croesusaparte. Iited the 4 Qt.'Bon- It is thought a bill will pass the Pennsylvania I ana removed will be tb*

He ,has been ordered* to duty, ; nary consideration with us, and should "I J bJt << Legislature removing the Rat of Joss: of life. Whether such

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\congratulate our friend of the St.. Au. I A youth at V crll .in France, though only RAIL RO ID NOTICE. SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. JACKSONVILLE .11 't# .

Herald, upon his success '..n'm ngarrangements eighteen years 01 age, but six feet high, GREAT BARGAIN ra offered, in the I AND TALLAHASSEE STAGE. '

-ustine to resume the publication of raised with his. teethk without touching i it .. A sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West .

>baaniI like it has arisen with his hands, of cider, containing Point Foundry; diameter of Centre Roller,
his paper, and forty-seven gallons, by ropes attached to it. two feet two and a half inches,and two outer

from the ashes of severe hat t Some lie carried it across a yard of considerable. THE undersigns Commissioners give no- ones, One foot ten and one-fourth inohea- .

of oar friends may suppose we should be extent. The exertion rendered him faint, that'' pure nt to the Act entitled with Iron'cogs, points, &c, as also a set of Public 'are {informed that a line of '

to see that press in operation. Not and afterwards senseless in which state he I An Act to amend i t Act to incorporate the Kettles from the noted Foundry in Scotland, Covered Barouches will run between
unwilling FLORIDA PENINSULA LND' JACKSONYILLE RAILROAD known by name of the Carran Foundry warranted
continued six and died. Tallahassee 'and Jacksonville t
days to le"8'thi.
the Iff we can ""
w. The more light, bejter. COMPANY' ," anr ved.February,1835, and proof, as malleable Iron. The capacity place I

all tivt by our business, it will le proof NEW ORLEANS MARCH 2.-\, that the Books will I again opened at Jack- of the grand Kettle is three hundred BTForty every pounds Monday.baggage will be allowed \ ij I

of the disposition of residerjs to circulate gentleman sonville, at the store ofI. D.Hart,Bay-street, gallons, and proportioned, or 'graduated to to each passenger, and for I
any greater weight
enough was stopped[ 'by a footpad,J with the on' the 4th day of May, and continue open sixty gallons, being four to the set; all of one 'cent pound will be charged for I
and thus per I
useful information, improvethe customary salutation on such occasions- until the 1st dqy of August next, to receive which, with Coolers, Vats, and a Cistern\to\\\ ten miles. every. ,

intellectual condition of our Te itory. Your purse or your life.-Oh, replied the subscriptions for stock toc.irry said Rail Road contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, willIe CTFare::: ,through, each war, $25.: I ,I

There- Is, (as, our ,friend of tbi 'Herald gentleman, don t get in a passion;you shall into execution. disposed of, if applied for shortly, for at least: I JAMES fit. HARRIS.

little of the CI Summed sea," in have all I have got, and drew a pistol and By the'8th Section of this amendatory Act, twentl,+-five per cent, below cost. Jacksonville, Jan. 14., 3if
owe)) very / all shot the fellow down. the subscribers for stock heretofore! taken, A line;directed to, E.. B. COX, on Sidon' I ,

conducting a public print. We have have a prior right to subscribe for the same Plantation, McIntosh CountJ'tOeorgla, (as CONVEYANCE 'FROM\( j

classes to please and many aref :the frail FRUITFUL REASONS FOR A BXKK.-The amount of Stock on the new Rooks. Manager,) will be attended to. TO I
March 12
failings; which ,foll !\e' ink of; our, poor Norfolk Beacon, after having recorded the JAMES ISAIAH. D. HART, I 1 ,4 4wll ; :

undertake'to please A. majority, fact of a in Portsmouth birthto DELL, "I ;:
pens.> If we lady, giving 'v. J. MILLS, |Com'rs. A CARD.
find ourselves, [(as certain seven children in the course of ten STEPHEN EDDY the
we may,, perhaps I I W underslgnedtpallsenrers on board ,
ublic.charactereare.often found. ) "in the months, exclaims, with unbounded confi JOS. LANCASTER' the steamer Florida, take this methodof
", takes dence and'enthusiasm,' Who, after this, Jacksonville March returning our thanks tip' Capt Hill for the THE Subscriber will run a good Barouche
boa.1!-"below par. But l&who SI, 1835.: i .14 Horses from
long will dare say that Portsmouth'ought not to I kind and gentlemanly conduct to us while on good Jacksonville to
advice from every oneand: to please, have a Bank?' NOTICE.T 1 our passage from Savanna tills place ; and St. Augultinjz'once a week J to lean this
_. .. the sbip/afad/ iretire to \ recommend with place every Monday and arrive in ,
,... ? <> WAn" give uo pleasure is boat to morning .
: >Y An act passed the Council passen St. the
.J intimates' intention by Legislative'JL Augustine on the same day.
'' The President his Sere travelling to Augustine ahd Plcolata. i
the"shades of private.life. "* '\ i to > of this Territory,' at iu W sewionFeb. Returning--will, leave St. AnguiUne on., .'
J ,. call the'next Congresstogether by the 1st and approved the Gov Robt. Taylor, G McAllister, and 1
nor, 14th, Wednesday morning, arrive this place j'
C. H. Evans '
R. R.
informed that Sheriff Ryon of of September next if the French Chambersdo B.lkhap. I
We are 1835 the Subscribers were p ntfed Comemissioners B. Kolldct. on the evening of the same day .
A. Hoyden Geo. J.
Camden Counyl;Georgia, has received, the not pass the appropriation bill. to open Books aid receive sub Charles Hubert, W.P. filer :, [CTForty, pounds baggage will be1atlow.d

reward of five.hundred dollars, offered by the scription for the stock of a Bonk to be located Wm. 11. lIowland, J. Guenud to each passenger,and for any greater weight, : \
Western Flour is quoted in New York, in this Town,.to be called THE BANK one cent per pound,will be charged fbr every
of the Howtcrd,Malcolm Geo. B.
State the arrest ,
Executive,of that, for, Prouty,
at $6 per bbl. for fair brands,and $612, 1.2 OF JACKSONVILLE. \ II. Andrews. ten miles. V "
three Kings, ,," ,charged, with' the"murders, for best quality. In pursuance of- which the' l Subscribers W. ,(D"Fare each ; f'' \

at the Casey house, on'"the St.' Marys river, hereby give notice, that the Bookij for Sub.. To Capt..Hill, Picolata, Feb.17, '835. wasyS.H,1I.'PIIILIPS" I i

on the 18th of.February, lest,,an account of Advise not what is most pleasant ,but scription for the stock in said Bark,-will be Jacksonville; Feb. 2. Ctf or, I
in this Town rNOTICE.JflLL
opened at the Room
what is most useful. COuning- : j jf
which was given in.our. paper of the 26th of I of Messrs. Blanchard '& Rider; corner of j onwho, owe me hadbetter NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. '

the same month. Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o click, A. M.; LJ.I come end pay me, for I won't ..i t

Sheriff Philips, of this,County who returnedon DEATIIS.: on the.fourth day W.of J.May ILLSWILLIAM n xt. ask you again., I. IIART.; f
Tuesday evening ,from ,Jefferson, ,where In Boston,Mass on the 20th ult. after three I IdDER.STEPHEN Jacksonville, March. 2. lOtf
.their trial days illness Mr. Henry Briggs, proprietor of I
they are confined;informs us that EDDT
the Mechanic's News Room He was a young| I'' ISAIAH D. IIARr. NOTIO.E. THERE will be a regular conveyance for t J
to commence yesterday. The evidence a week from St Geo. '
was Mary'
man of much moral excellence-enterprising. : Commissioners.JocksonvilleE. A LL persons indebted to the subscriber, .
as to the agency of the ',Kings in the murders and industrious. t' I ..t.1...either by Note or Book occotiit, are requested by Pablo';to Bt Augustine ; to leave Bt Mary's Ii
F. d 'Ie:(: Wednesday at''2 o'clock. P. M. and h
supposed' to be, conclusive and full; April 14 to settle the same without ielayt- ando arrive every at Pablo the'next day. !It.

but the two men by the name of Rouse, may MARINE, JOURNAL. '. NOTICE 10th credit March.will'UARDY be given at my II.sttw after the;, Persons, who wish to avoid a night .xpa ["

possibly escape with a different punishment.A FORT OF JACK80NVILLE..APR1L" 9. mthe Commissioner of ths Road of Jacksonville, March 3., l''iILIPS lOtf sure on the water, will find very comfortable !
accommodations at Fernandina at Mr A.Dias' .
more aggravated'and cold blooded. massacre County having xa ined the ('
and leave 'Fernandina inext
has seldom'been committed. As our paper ARRIVED inst. sloop Sam Patch;.frm same, from Gravelly-hill to the C unty line PUBLIC ,SALE. and can arrive at, Pablo' the the ,
same day.
reach the Court ,before St.:Augustine. of Duval County, nave'ascertainel the best Fernandina,. on Saturday, tie. llth ,of leave Pablo '
may, peat ofjjj| and the IN They can every Friday morning I l'
the trials forbevFto more.. v 8th, steamer Florida, Hill, from Savannah ground, straightest way to the forks April next, between'' the hour of 11 and at 4 o'clock, and arrive at 8t Augustine at 0,
are we of the the
say leading one to
overt CLEARELV-3d, steamer Florida, Hill,for. the other to Ahgator town.upiar,')he Springand Overseers 12, A. M. we will offer at Public $nle all the P. M. same day; leave St-Augustine every I

SITPERIOR CODRT.-The next Term of the. Savannah.5th I within said County art hereby authorize real Mate of John Llanza, deceased,consisting Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same,day. ,
sloop George Washington Knowlton of the following property- Passengers wishing to"'visit' St Augustine J '
Superior Court, for this .County. will beholden to order put all hand liable t ,old! duty,: '.
accommodated reasonable
for Savannah., work said road House and Lot No 1& in will be on terms. I'
to fconveni
on ,as quickly square
town the
Reid in this on Fare from 8t Pablo to' St
by -Judge Mary's by. Angustine "
.1 No.
ent for said operation. ; j 0. House and Lot, No. Vj:in
first Mondy In May; ,general' .:Impression t PROCLAMATION. S. J. EUBANK, ) ComoissionersJNO. square No. 4. I |5. From, 8t Augustine to Pablo *3. I" i

prevails that the business will be deferred to By WILLIAM J. MILLS, Mayor of the Town .,W. RICHARD, j forsrd Road 1 Lot No. 12,in square No. 3. There is d.oa safe boat which wilL)iryh' !
week from Pablo Jacksonville and
.This are'Authorised y of Jacksonville. Jacksonville March'31. 14 3-4 Lot in Lot No. 10 in squart No. 0. once a 5 I
an adjourned term. we ; will depart and arrive so as to meat the mail f "
,1 Lot No. 13, in) are No. 10.,
is the fact and interestedmay at the Election for Mayor boat its return from 8t Maf1'" and thestage
to say; not ; parties WHEREAS 2 Lots No. 1 and 'ii in No. 14. on
for this Town held on GENERAL ORDE1TALLAHASSEE square
as it arrives from St ? Fareflrom
govern themselves,accordingly. 6 1835 William H. Burritt 2 Lots Nos. 11 and 12, in square No. 15. lif
Monday, April Conditions: Cosh. Pablo to Jacksonville $'J. All flue to I i
and Hardy II. Philips received an equal number > '
We had intended to have furnished our ): .. By order of the Heirs. be paid at Pablo
; of votes for Alderman, (three others having March 14th, Itsr>.t j C:l'AYLO; : .f itl,
subscribers in this No. with a list and: ddscription been elected OLIN H. EATON Governor JOSEPH BERGALLO, ) 'I "' ;
,) and CommanderinjChjef '
Exe 1.sDl'.v.ry'71re
< utor j, t* .
J } DOMINGO ACOSTA. ; ICrThe: Mail boat will. lean 1 /
of some of the principal ,forest'' trees in NOW THEREFORE,NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN, of Jthe MJiia..pf theTerrltoryorFl Fernandina I : d.,...,. >
Feb. 183C.! .
Hi, Ow8
that an aY the" Court rid hoi coautitii'd and
be'as '
'Tiorraa' "This1would'seem'to" important ap- J.n..Jr : '
House on Monday, APRIL 20; 1335, under pointed the following Executive taffTaos. ;;- da'" ; i '997, 1
as almost any local information, or any the superintendance of William Hickman, BROWN, to be Adjutant Jenerolj NOTICE. fbr. 'iTM&: r ura* : I I'

put of the history,of the country. ,It wouldbe Charles Merrick, and William S. Donaldson, HENRY WAenINOTON(1uarter-laster Gen. ALL persons. indebted to the late concern cf! j ? i -\ .

interesting to mechanics here and ,else for one Alderman, to fill the vacancy in ,the HECTOR W. BRADEN, of Leon, ] / ATEIUU.. & FINCKITON, will please DRY ''GOODS GROCERIES &C. '
Board PETER W. GAUTIER,jr. Jackson AJds-de- makefftyment on or before theith inst. or
where-to land holders and travellers. We Given under my hand and seal at GEO. S. HAWKINS, Franklin, Camp. suit .U be commenced without respect tope wlloUULII'IfD RETAIL. ,

are compelled to* defer the .statement,to our Jacksonville,.April 7, 1835. GEO.: E. CHASE, Escambia J .T7-..:> M. K. PINCKSTON., Subscribers keep constantly on hand, I I"I t

succeeding Nos. MULLS, And it is hereby required and dared,that :aekaonvilleTeb:15. 8 TilE. offer for.sole,\ orb.good 'terms. 'a.'' u J/
,Mayor of-_ the__n Town_ un of__ 'Jackson- ---n--n---ville. all Militia Officers of the &n VJ resoect. -- '-- -- they can >be had<< a; any store in Florida, uo ";ffl

WILLIAM. J. MILLS, EI .: was re-elected on and obey them as such.. l; ; If. NOTICE. following articles, vixt- "f;>1 I ,

Monday lost, to' the 'office of MAYOR of this CABINET FURNITURE WARE By order of the Governor, ondt mmand ;;4 LL persons indebted: to the subscriber by DRY GOO 8. '
HOUSE. er-in-Chief.: ,| :JnL Book Note
or are requested to immediate
town. Only three Aldermen' ware ch.08en- H. COO E, No. 100, Broadway THOS. BR )WN, payment, or they will be put to cost. Broadcloth., Cowimeres, SattinetU, and \; \
and another,trial is to be had,pursuant to,the JAMES York offers for sale kind andguality Adjutant Gen. of,the Militia Horida.', I WILLIAM D. ROSS. Negro Cloths, Ifeen red, and white Flannel 2, I! 1

law, on Monday the 20th'inst., of, Soff.s-Sideboards-Secretarie.- Jacksonville, Feb. 18. 8tf bleached, brown Calicoes, check Cambrics.stripe and plaid>> ;"t', t

Book' Cases-Tables, of all 'description Homespuns, Muslins, ',
The""lIon., Benjamin T. Pickman, Preri- Chairs of every quality-High post! and GENERAL'.Orrr March 14, 18(:$.,, 1Talla.hu.ee NEW GOODS Silks, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac. &c :

dent of the Senate'of Massachusetts, died at French Bedsteads of Mahogany and MapleHair -< r is the duty of the Adjutant Gene THE Subscriber has just received from HARDWARE... \

Boston on the 2d ult., He 'was universally and JVIoss Mattresses-Feather Beds- 'report to the War Departmentthe nu a full assortment of Cooking/ parlor, and box Stove, DraaI I .
Glasses and full
Looking -Carpets- a assortment ber of effective Militia Within this T rri* EXGUSII AND WEST INDIA 'GOODS Fire SeWs and Candle
be- and common Lamps: ,
esteemed for his and ,
liberality, honesty, of every' thing,necessary to furnish to the end that the quota,of Arms auUv AND, GROCERIES Sticks, Percussion Caps Guns, broad.and c \
nevolence, and at the time of his decease was ,a house. to said Territory, may be) furnished; w narrow Axes, Adzes, J l atcheta, Hammers j' .'
President of the' Oriental Bank of Boston. April 7. 3w15 cannot be done until thV effective strvth' which will| be sold'at fair ,prices for cash or Augers, Shovels, Door-latches, Butts uld,

of the Militia is made known. -It U In Ixchange for Cotton,Furs Hides, and the Screws &c. &e .,. ,. ,
There is no recent important news in relation 'NOTICE. and directed'therefor..., that the Mil oes- common produce of the country. FURNITURE. / /": !
persons indebted,to me by Note or cers throughout the Territory, aaju; II.>,LIBBEY. ,
to the proceedings of the French ALL '' Block Creek Sofas and Couches work card, toilet and }\
are requested to make imme- practicable e out and forward a roster to I
of Deputies upon the subject of our claims. ''didte payment to S. Streeter, Esq. who is duly Brigadier General Call, of Tal1ahUlller be 8tfNOTICE. iT' dining Tables, Washstands, Looking Glaa-;, ;;' ;

authorized to receive, and: receipt for the condensed od ,Jk ubmitt< d to' the' Idjutant ses, Bedsteads, &c. &c. 'i-> A
The prraent King of England, is about General that this into uion indebted the 1
same., A nece a.rr so LLpg to subscribers, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.' I
seventy years of age,and his Queen Adelaide O"No. further indulgenceWARN.. important to the Territory of FlorU /may. be A either by note or book account, are requested Tea loaf and 6rownrSor( Bottler t
sent to the War Department.' I > to settle the some without Coffee } "* jj j ''
about forty. < delay} '
Champaign Port and
Jacksonville, March 28. -- 3wl5 By order of the Governor and Gfnmand- and no credit will be given at their store Cider, ,Claret, Sherry' ,
Oil Tobacco ,
er-in-Chief.: TIJOa/B 1>WN after the lit of February.BLANCIIAUD. Wine., Spices, Soap Lamp, '
We think the following information',which Flour, Rice Corn, Pilot Bread, Beef and I;
we extract from the Savannah Georgian of24tH NOTICE. 14 Adjutant Oep. Florida Militia. & RIDER. York, Codfish Mackerel. Salt Ftch., Pots. +
--- --
nit.'in relation. Florida Land Claim SIX Weeks-from. this date, I shall DuvalCounty Jacksonville, January 24tb, 1835., Ctf toes, Butter sad Cheese.n', &o. dw. +
ants, will Interest many' of our friends. Judge of the County Court of TREASURER'$, NC" 4E. -ALSO-
FadRiD LAifpsJDfCwwmotte 1M United for letters of Administration on the -,' tw ORANGE STICKS.

JStaits Supreme. 'Court.: -By letters from Estate of LEVIN. GUNBY.t JAMES ,deceased.T. O'NEILL. Tallahassee TREASURER'S, March $tb ;I !J' CASH will be paid for One Hundred Or- of Drugs Crockery, Medicines and GlaM, and Ware Palnt<-Books variety and f a 3

Washington City, we learn that on the 3, 1835.( ,,6w15 BY an act pasted 21s F flll t,1 It Slicks, of various sizes, on delivery BUtiontnr, a large assortment of ,White -+.
10th-un;the Supreme Court of the United April ,._ is provided that al/Z/ etecuted by at this office, Immediately March 0. Drab,' and Black hits, Caps,: Boot, and

'States pronounced a decree in favor of the NOTICE. Auctioneers,shall be fonrtrdiU by the Judge Shoes-together with a variety of other u*

claimants, in the case of 'Colin Mitchell ihall the of the County Court to tb a neuter of the FOR SALE.iTUST tiel... *'
and others, w. the United, States.' This SIX Weeks from date, I apply to Territory Florida; andthaI&j A tioneerlihall 'received per schooner George ,& BLANCHARD,& RIDER.;
of the' County [,Court ,of.Duval in each ca J from Charleston, one hundred
settles in favor of the proprietors the rightto quarterly yettf .Jng on Mary, JackjonTillt Jan.,1,1e3.'S. ;
Administration the I ,
for letters of on
County, the 1st of January transmit t4 fonhels Corn. WM. D. ROSS. I
the large tract of land in Middle Florida, Estate of EBER O'ffElLLJ\deceased. under oath taken J before Tnpurer OTN. B.-CASH paid for Cotton, Hides, }
called Forbes' Purchase the title which1ra8 fiI1''Jorall ,'.;/ Feb. 18. fit/ DH i
to JAMEST.,0NEILL.t 1 sale effected by him'Pt.J.ad} &fMGRt Horns, Tallow, Veer Skins, Furs, swax,

i derived from the ''Aboriginal Indians April,3, 1835. 6w15 and at what time and ) )jr wtomAietioneen: ..rLAND AT ST. PABLO ,1 MOM, Orange Peel, &o. D. & R.
with the consent and concurrence of the the same was made. NvVare 1 ;

Spanish Government, but which has faithJto NOTICE. required to take notice ._; .., FOR SALE. Tt':"T."j

been kept in suspense and litigation WEEKS AFTER DATE, I shall conform to it, or suits upflb their Bonds'anus THE Subscriber offers for sale for cUb, or NOTICE. / ;

mace the cession of Florida to ,the United SIX apply to the County be instituted. Judge* eg,Vie Coun. r Pourt Negroes, or good acceptancesfollowing ,..- T'IIE 'Copartnenhip heretofore sxistln;. ,
rates. This tract of land comprehends Court, for letters of Administration, with the are requested withoAfolay. to fwward die* tract of fine Live Oak ham- between th. ubKrisi erof llI f

about seventy-five miles of the coast of the Will annexed: on the Estate of REMI BRU properly certified "proved, gi. 0 mock land on St. Pablo Creek Pablo bounded u WATERMAN &.Plfor JraDlpOnJ, r a- .

Gulf of Mexico"from Cape St. Bias to the JYETTE,.deceased. Auctioneers in tit wession.CtlARLES. i c_ I follows, vison the West by Creek, day dlaaolveelr r 't'.rriap Oft Aid raU I'
North Window Foster's land
ROBT. DAY. j' ,;It N, Ion the by on
Bay of Appalachie, and ranges into the 1n. 24th March 1835. 6w 14FOR Treasurer the Terri'ry j cia.i Ktfo East and South by lands ofjCprnejiuafftylor IIt, ,produce, good and all : I
tenor about forty miles to the vicinity I .j., 14 containing two hundred1 c /J\ ,.J..Jr rtn''wbeteoeret i M par! bo from J ':I E
Tallahassee ;: L .,.
and is estimated to co n1cuian bylaws '
CIIARLESTON.LIE acre. '. toad to I""lIIH time to limo auinonsea ay un
about a million and of'acres. !, President and Directors fursM compaoyi -.
a quarter LANKSbfsll deseri d itat said \
Packet Schooner bowe.
fine anhrc- or'fuyJr
Being watered by the n/er AmWachicoJa T GEORGE' AND MARY, Officeatshort, no'gyAisorob : and convenient bouse*ana Provided, That web pticca! aDd ,,
at MIIU'f
the West, the St. Marks at the East,andthe CL WILLEV Mater u ltnytlin bo tocrtued j '
100 tons burthen, Work a hai tiFtahtlb I :.r.Min 10 be i used by m.1br ear : : bmatlkaotiath
> Oclockny in the middle, this tract em- ,in good order for sea, will sail for the and on res.aofc.ible tern ; ibe said road, of lobe di dw notice a= I !.
"East o ",
'' a '
i668 a' of soil and ;sore inSimed i in tlm Territory|*J 1
variety are
: ; above port ori cr about the 20th hid I when U be'.jjecesiary'l'J lie prin&'or,prints
that it is the intention of the proPnetors > For freight or passage apply to the Muter Juy. a Blnk-J eedr cer rF".. sad .receive may:A.* the Korn.Purj' ieid Jpul..I..u continue td rteelreri f'
to bring it into market at as early a on boaid, or at this office. i- '' flag- Qce. garish wry artlee ieeh 1 7and suto toraH trsnspotttIo R' {
ba other
Period as practicable.e ., ft # Apri12,1835.: '. 14 this offie rovi.ionle.'ey' tbe' ewe wakhotue, *diz4 orotbrr*a$ buildings., Df<< guy prodoee, good, aD4',all; '.:

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\ GENEKALDiRECTION3 worm, and should boo cpustantly/guardcil! lUAC< O.N DR. services to the inhabitantsof ,SUBSCRIBER

<' '&-'f # ' ... ..TO J agtiinst. I"CleRnJiness / doMANY. Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, .'. ... W'fnrtenjlgrhkvTaKtffw :
FARMERS is also of(ho importance its
-, 'AMERICAN PLllr'tER9 AND ron greatest as a Surgeon and Physician.r proprietor late
TOEn.\JS, fOF, IL1t \VORMS.; ; when it iswished to clean the (able Jacksonville, Jan. 2'9,1835. 5tf solicits the support. o/tI the friends John D.of/Agncul

::4.., r Br,P.*.& ItrrereEAt!. on which the worms are, it'is only necessary tore, and of the interests connected
# to place close to it another table, on NOTICE., throughout the Southern with it
\ I. OP THE EGOS OP SILK WORMS. which are pnt mulberry leaves ; the worms THE above company take, this method of ALL persons indebted the subscriber by published this work for Mr.States. lie hay

'', "t"* Tlie eggs of silk worms exactly resetn- will immediately crawl to them, and leave the public that they have : or Note, are requested to make commencement, in the Legare l&Ss.. from ita i
\ their and colour tlio'seeds then be purchased two Steanboats, the MACON payment by the 25th inst. or suits will be l year and he is
ar Y lido m appearance the.other table 'empty, which, may I toH8P "* 7 acquainted with the
.. ( of the poppy. Henco those seeds cleaned. 'This*is necessary' to.be done the and EXCEL, which boats are to run regularly commenced without delay. which I It should be conducted. Its modern

1/'(' '?ore somcfimea; ,in Europe bydisboii-- oftener as they increase in size; as they then between Darin:and Macon, leaving boats. J.' B.MASON., f>on will be continued,on the same,terrnaand publics
with tow 3w3I
once two 15.
.,'':" .t est men as silk worms'eggs, or mixed with make more ordure. In the beginning it : nM Darien L every. ..week. .c __,_ .,! :__t._.. .?...r Jacksonville, Jan. .in the Ue manner, as heretofore with_ e".L

d.[:,,,., .'ithem. nut it I is easy to detect the fraud should be done until after their first moulting. water i ne sieomboats with two good will engines oraw oniy in tw each.iiiuuc:The i I NOTICE. improvements As th\ as his experience may u suggesk
and at the same time to, separate the good : moult or shed their subscriber is solicitous to make
} They'jjetierully company,have been at mat expense: to place creditors, legatees, and persons enti- Journal vehicle for this
N' ;.' % or,lire eggsJrom the bad ones. Tho eggs skin four times., During .the moulting, this line of steamboats J Fn the Ocmulgee and ALL ,,! distribution of the Estate of form4 on not dissemminathg SH18&T
must be washed in pure water; all that ore which lasts twenty-four hours, they lie torpid Altamaha and riverswould respectfully solicit ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON ? of only with regard to

'.,.. ,good will go to the bottom, and the bad and:do.not. feed. They should then the patronage of the public. This line twill in husbandry, but also exS
deceased]and late of Duval County:please Agriculture And Hortfcn
ones \!iJlswm.This; separation ought tot be ,left quieb >. be a great facility for merchants who wish'to ture, he vites free and
take notide; that their claims and (demands cornSu"nicauon
be !made by every one who purchases Care should be taken that worms do not ship their goods bi the way of Savannah or torn all unrestricted
; will be 1 rred of law unless persons
'. worms' It is also to keep them from Darien, to Hawkmsville and Macon'or in by operation occupied in these
'I eggs. necessary lie bn each other, cs it prevents forthwith|exhibited, or at the expiration of, kTir'sIffr one imagine that
I. them clean, and free them by washing When they do they should .be shipping Cotton to Savannah. Arrange- solitary
feeding. have been made, to forward cotton or four weeks from the date of this, and I here- experiments are too trivial to
1; ., from a kind of gum which adheres them. separated. They should. have as much" ments without,detention between Savannahand by notify kit concerned, to appear on the first be communicated. All systematic nwrl.
goods ,
Those who purchaeo.or receive from others 'as possible ; the more they ore at Darien. Monday of May edge is A11-6 aggregate: of humble

".the eggs of silk worms, will do,well always their ea'se the better they thrive. No exertion or expen'e will 'be spared to be noldenat the Court-houseatJac\sonville, lars; -n in every'department par ,cu.is

i "to observe this direction; although! the eggsInlay Nothing is more prejudicial to the silkworm !. give the greatest despatch to goods'or cotton in the County of Duval, when I shall make brought to Wectionnot through the instru

have I been washed by' those,who raised than to be fed with damp leaves.A .- shipped by this lines application to said Court, for a general set mentality of a single exrraordinary mind, but

- '# them, as many of them may have per. quantity of dry,leaves should therefore \ 'boats tlement ofl my accounts, and a discharge of by the contribution of particulars by many

,ished by dampness,excessive heather,want _!?._.._ !,... fm.VinnanwA"JU AWDV1 VI, in... rfnQA VMMV fif v_ .Mill.alVTUVV ML-.. Agents fly the above : my admin',.tratio ;u __ _ __ indmduals\and\' eenerallv after-- the-- 'r.naa-1'DO Ul_'
,.of care Wet leaves LFtJjACJJI must be)dried in the hot'sun.. L. BALDWIN & CO..Savannah. WHIFFLE 'ALDRICH, many years, he desirous, therefore, to have
I 'After the have been washed they until the J. (7oDDARt &' Co..-Macon. Admr. Est. E. Williamson. as many facts to record as can 'furnished
II eggs The leaves Should not be gathered and from the ;
planter who
must' be dried by exposure to cool and dry sun has absorbed all the dew. MrrcnEL! COLLIJS, Darien.J. Jacksonville, 'Feb. 12, 1835. 4w7 his experimental la ,o/n, an"ia awounTif'bh
E. & DCLENO Charleston.Dec.
S ,
\ J 1 air. As the in the month the ,
are produced food be to failures
eggs The qu ntity of to given 1834., 1 as well a.his successful efforts
,\ .' of July, which is a hot month, they must' worms must be calculated 'according to NOTICE. be acceptable. If the last are worthy of Ling will

.'' bo kept in some cool place until the proper their ages] In the first days they shouldnot TUB STEAM PACKET ALL persons are hereby notified that pur- recorded that they may be imitated, the first
season for hatching them, which is in May.: bd overfed.In to the Act of Congress, of March should be noted in order to be shunned.

)II\ No degree of cold can hurt them, provided 'pJuc ing the leaves to feed the worms, FLORIDA. 2d, 1831}entitled, "An Act to provide 'for The subscriber hopes that this appeal to his
do 'freeze. If purchased the punishment of offences committed in cutting fellow citizens of the South
they not they are the buds should not be touched, nor the will not be in
.,received in the hot seasons they must branches >f the tree broken. Nothing but n destroying; removing Live Oak and vain. It would be a reproach to our Planters
other Timber, or trees reserved for ,naval to meet the fate of the
not be dried in the sun after being washed, The Southern Review. Of
leaves sh< uld be'gathered. mulberry: "
will be
but in the of tho purposes. 'Positiveproof required time last it may be justly said, that it
cool morning or evening, fbrt three times in each season; if was suf.
'- puts < APT. R. A. HILL, all persons shipping such Timber, that the fered to fall, when it was not
when the air is, perfectly dry and the dews buds rearing for
the bran es are broken or same has not been cut from lands the
proper us a well merited fame
; not falling! The manner of preserving off"; tin tree suffers ,considerably and WL |run since a week from at Darien Savannah St. ty' of the United States, or from lands on but it was also vindicating as the a literary Southern people tab'
them will mentioned. hereafter. All the leaves touching which the'Timber has
does not roduco so much. J and Mandarin. been reserved for naval ib' from'the unjust aspersions which have
Mary's ckson'yille '
n.. or iiATCiiino THE EGOS. should IK t be plucked off but some left on purposes.JAMES DELL, been so liberally bestowed us out of

:' The___ trenernl_ .ruin_J__ in_ Kurone__ .. is_ to nut_ theworts' the tree.,/ [ WILLIAM DUNCAN, rnnnn4n." -.----. of"-., rnnntrw-----.J. qoJ JLUO... upon uuuvueiu;; im>U.._ ..l1gn.culturalist" A _oursection _'
w r- ti. V-2
Jf Q- Ii I Savannah. January 1,1835.
Agent in'Borne
eggs to hatch as 'soon' as the mul iv. or THE Rlsr o or THE SILK'WORM. 1 measure supplies the

berry trees begin to bud.,, 'rho tree hero When the silk worms are ready to make Januan 1,18)5NDW.. NOTICE. 1 place of the the circumstances Southern Review last so far as regards -

' J spoken of is the Italian while mulberry, (the their coc onswhich in :this country, generally GOODS. copartnership heretofore existing be serves as a Register not only alluded o( methods to. of It

', proper food of silk worms,) which should is pn the 31st day/after; they have ibscri er has for sale the following THE the subscribers, under the firm of Husbandry, but also of facts relating to our
j be* every where extensively) planted. It been hate led, n kind of artificial hedge,- es of merchandise. BCDINGTON & BALDWIN, expired this day by of Slavery.; The subjects of the deci-

I ..' buds generally about the llth of l\Iov.- not above one foot high, must be prepared, Superi! quality Blankets from $4 60 to its own limitation.All '. pine, the treatment, the characters of our

' Ten qays afterward*, say bout the''21st, by 'means,of some brushwood without any $:r CO pe patr.' persons having demands' against said Slaves, are :t'IIlY'suited to its pages, and

'they' put forth' their leaves. These ten leaves, which,is to be fixed along the.\Vall, :A goouqualit; Negrcloth' 371.2 c. pr,yd.Irish firm 'requested to, present them withoat constitute topics interesting and importantas

"daysaro, employed in'Franco'in hatching behind the table on which'the worms are. iJnen fr m 50 cto, $1.00. delay. to either of the subscribers. any which can engage either our own attention

exposing them to a heat which They crayvl 1 of themselves iii' this: hedge, Best p id II espuns 7 yds. for $1.00, O. BUDINGTON, or the attention of those abroad, who

U ,1s graduated by means'cf stoves and ther which is I called 'rising and there make '34 Ho icgpuns unbleached lOc per yard; II. D. BALDWIN. feel a legitimate interest' in our concerns.

mometers. But in this country nature This brushwood, must not Superi fancy stripes 18 3-4c. Block Creek, Nov. 5, 1834. 1 The subscriber begs 'leave, in conclusion,
e seems to have done thing and I can their cocoons. ,Silk h' kfa from GOc to $150, to remark, that if hehad not undertaken to
every. I' Wr fixed rnight up along the, wall, 'but 4-4 un eached Shirting 13c per yard by ,NOTICE. continue the publication of this Periodical,it,
need of
see as no recurring to
i yet should be inclined above and below, in the the C; for dollar retail most would
piece or y'ds one by probably .have' been either removed -
The worms' then here be indebted to DOCP.E. S.
eggS may, put to I the, table ALL persons
semicircle towards on
form of a \ Shirts bleached from 13c to 25c pr yd, our city; or been suspended.
hatclhen, the leaves of the mulberry' begin i the worms always and furniture calicoes from are requested to call and Whether it will be
which it is'to, rest, because Fancy ress settle the before in hit)power to continue it,
'i 'or are ready: to >appear. I think in move in a circular direction ; and 13c to 25< per yard by the piece, no further same indulgence, on or be the 20th inst. as will depend not only on the Pecuniary but

i this' country this happens, about the 21st of also' in order that, if they should fall, they ..Sattine s from 871.2c to $125 superfine, subscriber,has all the notes can and"given.The accounts' the Literary Contributions of Southern"Plan
May, when the sun from Taurus table Superfi i cloth $450 yard ters. He nowjeaves this
passes not fall upon'the or floor,but on per Doctor 'Aldrich'and is authorised to legal confidently matter
'Into Gemini. If however sOme may White nd red flannels from 371-2c"to give in their hands
t ,by change some .part of the artificial hedge, whence receipts and discharges. feeling a. full assurance that
.' In'.the ,temperature, the mulberry trees crawl and on their G2 l-2c pe yard JOSIAH GATES. there is wanting on the part of cur Planters,
s '\.ppul put.forth their-'covel' later thanwXt"Vi i, they, may up carry Bed ticl ngs from 183-4c to 25c per yard, neither! the liberality nor mental energies necessary -
? \ \ biaig lM pld de I work. 'Musquil : $125 pr ps. Jacksonville, Jan. 6th, 1835. 2w 2 ,to'e,,Btain the Southern Agriculturist.
ti .... ; 'be. : Itjs easy to know when the worms are ettin1Ag equality A. E. l\ULLER"l'nI 'ehtll.

} ,'m' ropor onnWy.' teklof Buti:9n1i1nchned! : ready to ri o. They crawl on the leaves A good a lortment offancybeltribbandsshirt WINDOW SASHES, Charleston, S.c.', Dec..1,1834.,
J that that ;tappens jn
? them their heads
Without eating ; they rear button silk-ball and
** ilk-sewing different sizes for 'sale Persons desirous or'subscr.bing-
t this! ** jJT ,' :-CM' constantly apply
country. i V OF
j if in search of something to climb on do.-
to as spool rea -writiag paper-superior By JOSIAH FOGG. to W. T. WILLIAMS, Savannah, or at thiS
of hatch
r ITJio manner putting the eggs their rings,dl8in, the skin of thteir necks ladios hit- hose-born and wood combs office.;. 8
-e.ls .as .follows -They: should Do put in a becomes wrinkled, and their body silk!; and cctton umbrellas-and a good assornmeni Jacksonville,January 28. 5tf
: ,
pasteboard or wooden boxnot: covered 'at like soft dough. Their color also cringes; o|

jibe top, end the tides not ,more than half 'to a pale l yellow., When these \\DiqGS AND MEDICINES. TO SHOEMAKERS. LITERA-' ,

I an Inch high, so,that the worms, ,when table should be cleaned tJncttth A GOQD'Shoemaker who will attend to Published week
the ETTh'ty article of the best every by
:;: ova ,are quali. : his business and be industrious
be wouldbe
will Eear ;
easily out as '
may prepared to receive them. and 1 I' be sold for a small, advance, for and ISAAC C. PRAY.
'presently mentioned. The size of the box constantly employed, receive good The
work will be each
From the moment that the cocoons cash or pfoduce.. published weekly,
himself this
.. should be suited to the quantity of eggs to gin io rise they cease to eat ; they must not JOHN W. RICHARD. pay Jacksonville by establishing Jan. 15. place.3tf number containing eight large quarto pages
tbo hatched'so'that they bo:not on the equal to sixty duodecimo paaes-ofnuscel.
their until irille
bo touched Jan.
each nor cocoons, they l Jackso, 22. 4tf I laneous
'ofone another but touch and matter
; they may off.M will be original printed on superior
are picked presently men GREAT NATIONAL K.AMEnI'VAN .
white A
" '.otheri; The box:: then should bo covered NOTICE. paper, with perfectly
tioned. index
''with 'paper perforuted'with holes of the MAGAZINE, handsome tide page 'and correct will
'size of a large, nidi !head;so that the\worms [Concluded in our, next.:] I iA LL rjersons trespassing on the land of the OJ, useful and Entertaining Knowledge? ,to be illustrated be furnished, and the work at'the end of the
sub criber, 'formerly owned by William will form volume
when hatched by I numerous Engravings.BY year, excellently printed
may easily the through DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ko. Ross,]and situated on Six Mile Creek, ine of four hundred and sixteen pages, equal to
them. I have foimJ that TIlE BOSTON BEWICK
worms Subscriber Ter East Florida shall be dealt three
has on hand, end offers tory'of thousand duodecimo p8g .S.
bl 'this country, as far as my experience goes, TilE'tale,on reasonable terms,the follow *th i according to law. THE success' which has attended the pub The volume will contain twenty-six piecesof
u ''are generally hatched in three after ipg articles, vix :.. JOHN YOUMANS. of the best Magazines from the music for the' Piano Forte, &c.equal to

;4 being put into, the: box. :When the are DRY GOODS., ieks
'near coming put,, young mulberry leaves a periodical more particularly adaptedto could not be purchased separately for less
should Ie put on the top of the box, leaving Broadcloths, SattineUs, Negro Cloths DOLLARS REWARD. the wants and taste of the'American pub than five dollars; and the publisher Is deter.

e spaces. Tho worm, as soon as hatch white 'and yellow Flannels, bleached andbrown '' lic. While it will be the object of the pro'prietor mined to procure the simple rather than the
Check, striped and plaid Homespuns. j RAN WAY from the sub to make the work strictly .what its '
ed will men those leaves crawl to'them'through.tbe complex and difficult.
up Calicoes, Silks, Gloves! Linens, ImportsfdGingham. a Negro man named title indicates, it will, nevertheless, .contain Although 'the places 'no depen-
holes in publisher
thepapert'ovcr, ., Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fr. Bomba- Ckarlu, and a all articles of
Nero tco- interest to its
patrons, which dance whatever the af it,as a literary
and Then the in support
begin feeding. leave, covered zettes &c. named Doreta. The
Oznaburgs Burlaps
. jnajt manis in foreign Magazines. will
appear from its engravings*!there
with worms, exigently' taken up, and HARD ARE AND CUTLERY. about forty years old, and Extensive preparations have been entered be paper from
plates copper
t laid on the table hurdle that boa been the'oman presented ,
for thirty-eight. The
; into both with Artists
ry Lamps, Candlesticks! Guns, Aes.. Adzes, is and Authors to furnish ana wood of beautiful, workmanship and fin
receive them. black-about
prepared to five
Door Bolts Knob Latches very from all parts of the Union, drawingsand ish. Already have appeared a beautifully
patent Augurs, feet ,
. ... The inches in
eggs'should& be put to hatch in a Butts, Screws, Brass Knobs,JIoe.,Sad Irons, with the 1 .can marks his face height illustrations of every subject of interest engraved portrait of James Fenimoro Cooper,
on of his
; .warm place. The heat should bo at least na* which the publishers willenable title
1 Pad-Till-Chest-Trunk-Gun-Closet. five The is confidantly believe executed on steel, and a chaste vignette,
cou: woman about
righty degrees Fahrenheit. When I arrived Brass port pad-Knob and Mortice. Locks, nine inc d lather thick feet them to issue a work honorable to its' page, engraved on copper. _

In Philadelphia, on the 19th of May, Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steelyards son, retu e.'; then shall receive set. 'the Any per- title and acceptable'to American People. Its contents will be various and spirited,'asthere
the thermometer was at eighty-two and a Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, reward.Cedar. I 'HENRY# W. MAXEY. The Amencan Magazine is published will be a general record of.Occurrenrces !
' half degrees' within doors It is therefore Cork Screw., Hand and cross cut Saws., monthly-each number containing between Statistics, Obituary notices.&c.&c.-in';
1i probable that about the same period it does Knives and Forks, Brittania-Plated Table Mirth 4. IwlODESlkXliLE forty and fifty imperial octavo J>pages, at-Two addition to the Tales,Legends,Essays, Trav

not often fall! below eight degrees, particu'Urly and Tea Spoons, Iron Square., Pocket Compasses DOLLARS per annum, payable in advance. elling. Literary', Fugitive and Historical

.- .ii) the couth- The European writer Drawing, Knives., Braces r Socket, MILL PROPERTY It comprises.-Portraits and Biographical Sketches, Biography, Poetry, &c. making an
have taken Chisels, '& luver
great pains to graduate the of Public
Buildings Monuments will
heat GROCERIES & Subsflfcbor offers for and im- of polite literature< as contributions
during the ten days which are employed PROVISIONS.Coffee THE sale his Saw- provements Landscape American
; scenery-the boundless secured from some of the most popular
in those countries for Tea Loaf and Brown togcfher with the improvements
hatching Sugaw variety and beauty of which, in this authors.. ,
worms' eggs. AH ,these precautions do Champaign, Mtderia-Claret Port aJ and four bundled the and seventy acres. of Landattached country, will form an unceasing source of instruction The work will be printed as well,and con-

I Dot appear necessary in thia country. Malaga Wines, Spices, N, E. Rum, Ameiw., abounds thereto, Yellow-Pine greater part of which and Ratification; Engravings and lain ns4nuch rea ing matter -- any omits'
can Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy. Soap.TabaeM Jin isppenor timber,_ descriptions of the character habits the United
rte or THE &c. of published ill
REAiuxa quarto now
or BILK WORMS. tt mare abdut forty acres cleared paper
co, Flour, Corn, Rice Pilot Butter and ene1osecf Birds, Beasts Fishes and Insects be called
States and truly ,
and it
Dtead't together can safely
'In Europe-the silk worms, after they are Crackers, Beef, Pork, ,NNaJfcopwvemenU consist of a large with every subject connected with the Geo the ; of the kind.
Game House cheapest journal
hatched, are generally laid, with the leaves Butter, Lard, Cheese, Figs, Almonds, RaU Dw.Kind nearly, new, and graphy History, Natural and Artificial Trims. Three dollar annum as th
table out The per t
on : which they are feeding, on wicker sons, Apples, Hams, Bologna Sausages, buSMngs. Mill ia of water o(the country,illustrated in a familiar ia firmly established be'paid! in a
,hurdles, in order, as is the Onion., &0, power,wMbuilTv.cu'y two saw and popular paper to be
thought more six ,
( o.ALSO ,but one has been pot in operation. A second manner.Boston van},e. Two dollar
1 "ti to keep them clean think Bewick
.easily, I
; they in advance.
Mill paid!
't 1 \ i- w Yrtmta'J d on clean pine tables, Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Crockery coniderable saws and small GrSt could, at an in- No. 47, Cow Street. Boston 1834 1.
and Glass WarePowder and Shot expense BD advantageously _

ua W 'fn.erW ; bq kept:- clean, t., muv ftnrl .. .tfvv-Aftt..- -. VttviAfw.-... V.f KfUClCB KM.St...,. Shoes*W_ UU..).,I! ill OMr.tk n.-, The--- abovW- t>ron'--oJ rtv !... ...:,...,....put..._..Aon .. United O: Editors of Newspapers throughout the
j opposite: this town, Ir to mention: / /', Black :Creek, twmil.._.below the ferry States,who will publish the foregoing JOHN A. SILLOWAY,

II! :, name' we' dp not reraeM* tue worms are t--- HARDY II PHILIPS. and telfe from S\-/'John'. iver ; the Mill l Prospectus from and notice the contents of the RtalJEstaU and, Merchandia Broker 'JV*2ofc >

t .'. Flower was one,of the finest they are should dt V a--d-for Cotton Hides D stands)liWidiat yln the bu of the Creek. to Magazine the first time to time,shall be entitled ... EicA .ago-mut, Boston, Mass.

rS_ lIJ! ana belonrinp to the Miami, i&'mlti't''' ,"!.l ti,,._ R.-.. ., \f..... 1 .-1 A further flLtfcpption U deeme unnecelllllU'V_ volume. MAny LL, attend to the selling and fcyjnj1TW

tIP:- his death In regretted by a large number:--of State uovenmiMided' r'.F. I i. 7.q (u pe.-on t4 i.Aing' to purchase, call examine I person remitting the Agent, by maSjl] of Real Estate, in every P"* 0. ,
I or. by calling on thk subscriber post paid, Ten Dollars shall of JDlpt-
friends and acquaintances"ao \ : should be willing to pay the expo: ,. 4tf re81di llQ8e, :the premises. \ ,'. copies for one 'eu-and,continued receive ks uf United BUtea oIthe desirous to *al'olher"
dent to its To throw long lUg_from one part Union r'
operations. oifieyol f th ve mentioned IM not di. u the money is' forwarded. l>y
proper regularly > information
Investigation, Lieut Lane's con* influence and) a state of vassalage, A ,.. jis sort the firsAif August nfxt, it will A JIberal price. will be paid for appropria can always receive correct He will receive(order
duct, in attacking a member of Congress, Ltake our stand in the Union as a free and could not beds for c.e or two yeart. and well wntten articles, or drawings applying at hi.office. delivered

'ft appeals hia resulted favorably in bis 1Jioiialfl I'lom' ign State,'should be a subject of primazy' [of CitBsuA TliOMAS i.BlOWN. trative of national subjects poaaessin"in.illus at foVvaripua put of kind the of Union.Merchandize Communicationsaddressed ,

.* UO Ms_ been ordered to duty. consideration with us, and should aparte.e... }o f "- 3w6 terestL Subscriptions received at thjis office; sty to him will'be promptl1 attendeuto.
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