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 23, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00027
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ng\e\! JACKSONVILLE COURIER, PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITf. also shall have power to appoint a secretary disinterested, persons, ''
to e, OHCJC: A WKKK BT !t' t i \ and so many clerks, and servants, as to lawful age, to meet and value said
o exp' rCBUSHID LAWSt them shall seem meet ; and to establish on oath, administered by any ,
''lortccomet, L- CURRIER & CO. OF THE and fix such salaries to them, and also to peace,-wbose,duty it shall bo to !

in<<: the TERMS-$" per year, payable half yearly TERRITORY OF .FLORIDA.PASSED the President,as to the said board shall appear person said inquest and receive
advancer-Sing1? papers 12 cense proper. port; the amount thus fixed u f
eolilarivial in ? ? inserted and contracts AT THE' THIRTEENTH SESSION, BE' Sea G. Be it further enacted, That tho valuation, the said officer shall .
kno Advertisements advertising, ,, on reasonable| GUN AND HELD AT THE CITY OF'TALLA'' said company shall have the exclusive from the said President and ; ; \l ; I
made,for yearly HASSEE ON MONDAY, JANCARl 5th AND
panic right and privilege to construct a Rail, their proper agent, and pay the
non, Unas. communications by mail *i mwbe_,ad- ENDED SATURDAYS; FEBRUARY l4tll, 1835. AlcAcamiscd, or other artificial road, from to the person or persons entitled I f

, instnj All to E. WILLIAMS, Fait; ? t :* JOHN H. EATON, Governor. the waters of' the Pensacola Bay i to the it, and to'take an acquital or \ :
nd.b dresed in aU case'. ;.t""' 'I GEORGE K.WALKER,Sec.of Territory.. Perdido Bay o.r river, or tho thirty-first degree same On this tender of the sum I
V' man tier-postage. ..,. ) '. \. ., JOHN"WARRENPre*!Jent"\t'A Council. of north latitude, being tho b u 1dary to the party entitle to roceivn it, '
ape ) A.aJffto., ........,."':... "'.t!'. .; :W" I line between the Btacu of Alabama and tho or her, or their agent, .or 111tome } ; 1

,tphirii FLOJdIlVl.-s, *... CHAP. 825. [N'o..'n.] Jin act incorporate Territory of Florida; ora canal 'connect' be lawful for said t: company brat .1 I
ilh ] the;waters Pensacola Bay with the Per- dent and Directors their
Se.'upltine-Jtlhn Gray I aq. P.M. the 'Pensacola and Perdtdo Rail Row I or agent
alic j I Mmdqrin-. A. Cohen is; < '''s ofh_ 'J ftW7Ml7lV'H'6--'a. EllllIZ Eeq. F. M. Company.Be pany may think proper, and also tho ex- such land, timber, stone,or otw ; fl'I I
beine i if Spring Grove-j;Garrison, Eiq..P. M. it enacted by the Governor and Legislative clusive nght and privilege to .construct but all. the expenses and costs ) [

e fir GEORGIA. ". Council pf the Territory of Florida raU/mcaaamised. or other artificial road, the writ of ad quad damnum, Bull i
e St. .Mary' -A. Doolittle, Esq.P. M. ,That Willing II. Dhase;Waiter Gregory bcTweenthe grand lagoon enter 1tr into the ., by 'the President and' Directors! i
I toil aazaMS. Philbrick, Esq.'' John A., Cameron, Robert Mitchell, Bay of Pensacola:and the .Periido river, company: Provided, the apPt\\ i
be' Mown Edmund Russell.. Jasper Strong aid Hanson Kelly,and such or a canal-The said roads or cinals commencing not be allowed more than three i
!ante other persons as may be hereafter associated -: and ending at such points as the T per day while engaged in such'.

w. The following lines-not lacking in poetic with them,shall be, and are hereby ordained said company may think prope:, together vided thnt'if any person or |J1fj j
II.ung feeling-are from the pen.of,the condemned ,coustiQted and declared to be, a with the right and privilege to own) steam- purchase or appropriate any of,
ro Boyington. body corporaB and politic, in fact and in boats, and vessels, and piers, ,an] wharves lands, over which,the roil rondi, ; j
'eoplehha LINES BY'THE CONDEMNED. name, by: thf name of the' Pensacola and and docks, and no charter shall !>e granted shall pass, after the same',email I &

hat I love the glittering aceneeof? life, Perdido Rail, Road and Canal Company," by the Legislature of. Florida,' Conflictingwith surveyed or located, then, and i
and by that'name! they and their:succes- the rights and, privileges, hereby the said company' shall not !
oron The world's gay revelry; sors,'and /signs shall, and may have con- granted. make compensation for bef J

I Age thIS Though brief have been my youthful days. tinued succession(; and shall. be persons in Sea 7. Be it further enacted,!That the lands, timber. stone, ,or, ,
re + 1,They.still are dear to me 1 ITI law, capable of; suing and lacing sued, said company are empowered to make lat which it might' Ira necessary to| \ q t
I, 1 love.to'gaze on beauty's smile,, ;* pleading d being impleaded, answeringand eral or branch roads, from the main one to tho same for the use of said ,

da 0 And kiss her tears away f being answered) unto, defending'and any point, or points,' in the Territory, of nals. "J ti 1 :' I : ,
) Oadeal I love to hear the soft-breathed wordsOf being Defended, ,in all courts and places Flonda, where it .may be deemed important Sec. 11. Be it further enacted 1)I ,
. whatsoever j;and shall have power to make to extend such facilities: Provided property so).assessed and paid for t
ou thrilling' poesy. and use a mmQn seal, and the ,same at that the same shall not interfere with any President and Directors of said; ) I
anrUn .,l' Old Nature's wild' wood lovdlinese", Vr pleasure to Uter' ; and they and their successors routes 'for which charters hav been already or their agents agreeably to the) ,I '

The'forest hill,and. dell by the same name and style, shall granted ; but in such evcpt the par- of this act, and all donations made <<; : I ;
1 .t be capable M purchasing, holding and con- ties may, compromise and agree],upon any and for the same, shall forever! J :
Rhioa .Are, all too dear, without .sigh, ve'ing.ny lands, tenements,'slaves, goods mutual grounds of accommodaion.Sec. belong to, and become the proifcrty I
To breathe a last farewell! and chat h whatsover necessary' or expo their heirs successor* : I
& Be it further enacted,:That the company, ( I
n .:And still with rapture'I behold. client i ,to.th objects of. this i incorporation.. Mid company, by Ha President and Directors in fee simple,, in proportion tj> I

I,itId Creation -wonders; where See;2. BO it further enacted,That the capital ,. shall have power to purchase with owned respectively,' 'I'I

.Each star stands glimmering ,in.its sphere, stofjk of said company shall be two hun- the funds of the company, and to place;on Sec.,12. Be it further enacted,: : : 1
Like islands of the air.I dred and fifty',thousand dollars, 'with the said rail .roads, or ,canals all, machines, stockholders of said company $ I i
e it, privilege'pf,increasing''' it to .five! hundred: wagons;vehicles,Vessels J ,steamboats,cars, shall have a right to dispose otj; ,
but love to pause, and listen to thousand dollars; and shall be Divided into' carriages, and teams of any description fer his, her,'or their'' I interest-n'| t

tteha The murmuring of the sea- shares of ore hundred,dollars each; which" whatsoever, which they may deem proper: jor any part thereof uBpy6uier] i
shall be deemed personal ,property; and! persons,' or any corpRntion, .\ i 1
The sighing breeze-the wood-bird's'.note- ana necessary fqr,the purposes? of transporWtthprtorX I
transferrable in such 'manner .as he, tladcQrpuoration .. transfer shall not be binding i
en, minstrelsy \
All Nature's I "
ne shall by tli_ t .J1. m. v LI '' oka blah'comrJ, ;, : 1
ADd"'mid the baynia cf QoaGtriatabove -'; I I .
eajlf days '
'E'iaisl' BBBB Bo l b
itIf Bee.3. ..Beitrunaw f r VW1WVWy WMRi B V | i1!
Doth memory often dwell: named persons ma}'o eo..rtP 'be : ''ihia actTjuu: 1 all: ,*thereto--, opt&wbtefc ,*a ;

And paint, with varied colors bright, receive'! subscriptions to the t.ctplt.1: stock' fronts'Tvlach. fibnll accrunvmite, >' aul r time to time bo acquired by aaid ,

)1 ,Each scene, ,once known so well. of said corporation, .at such time 4r times, shall be vested in the respective1(f1 reuolJ- i, tliall bet held '.jointly! ) taud noj} f ; E
hut and of the forever in proportionto Provided, that nothmg In this act ; '
place or places as they, ,or a'majority ers company ,
.Metlrink that now the merry laugh' .. of them may think proper; and,as soon as their shares, and the same pulp be ex- so construed as to prevent the to'i
fifJf school-mates I can hear; the'same shall be subscribed,to give notice empt from any public'charge? 9f' tax what- said company,from using the

,.1 friendly voice? of memory seems_ for a meeting ?the stockholders to choose ever; 'and they are hereby authorized, at dividends that may be declared
Still ringing in mine ear ; three Directors ; and such election shall those points<< in the}line of their. rail roads, slock, to his, her, or their .

E'en I each maiden's blush be made at the time and place appointed or canals, where it may appear to them poses.
now see ,
Sea 13. Be it further enacted- !
by such of the stockholders as shall attend important for ,the accommoaution and business -
Each smile of artless\joy, for that purpose, either in person 'or' by of the roads: or canals' to establish President and Directors of said .

Each feature.that I gazed_upon-? lawful proxy ; each. .abaft'of the capItalStock depots and ware-houses'or;or any other necessary shall have a right to demand and:
A happy, thoughtless boy! entitling the holder;"'thereof t6 one and convenient houses :and buildings such pricea and sums for t
i vote; and the said ,above named persons, to'be used by them for all purposesof their own means and carriages,on I
III And ah!I how.true remembrance paints the be disposed roads, or canals, passengers, '
or'a majority of them shall be inspectors said roads, or canals,or to !
I, 'One'dear loved object there- of the first election of Directori'ofihe' said of by,them when it may bo necessary goods, and other' articles I

i/ Toe bright! blue eye, the'lily cheek, corporation, and shall certify !9.their ; and to'cbargefiand to receive for the may be from time to' time ; 1
0 the of said President'and
The rose bud in her.hair i ijBe bands, the names of'thorsone duly storage oCproducemerchandize and other by-laws,

still, my heart i remembrance soon. elected, and 'deliver over \subscription articles,at such w -bou. or otljpr' buildings such tors'for said and company shall not at : t
books to the said ( and the time as they,may find it necessary to constrict prices sums i i
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less faithfully, be increased without least,th '
0h ,
of the
and place of t meeting rates not exceeding ordinary
And death tumult bush DiI'recto notice in or prints '
9 thy thrilling Directors,'shall said 'persons warehouse duties.,, a public print '
Through all eternity. named in of this act, Sec, 9. Be it further enacted,' That in Territory; and the said t
a is or a'maorityofthen; ; add the Directors constructing the raid rail roads,;;or canals, it 'continue to receive such prices '
Hut most still
oh J dear of
sadly for the
chosen at such meeting, or at the annual shall be lawful for the said company, by its transportation
My mother's parting sigh- .. elections of said corporation, shall, as soon' President and Directors{ : ,' or ty its proper duce,'goods, and all other articles { i
Her last fond kiss her soft embraceThe and take ever, as may bo prescribed' by the
-* as may be, after every election, choose out agents or servants, to enter upon '
I bright tear in her eye of their own number a President; and in possession ,of any land whatsoever which of said company' so long a the t
r And e'en till death will on my mind case of the death, resignation or removal of maybe necessary for the completion of the roads, or' canals sold are kept in ;
Provided the : '
'Her word dwell the President, or any director: : such'vacancy work contemplated by this act: Provided, company '
prophetic :< damacei which
: or vacancies may be fined, for the remainder that no 'land shall'be taken from private sponsible for any ;#J
41 We may not meet again, my boy- of the year, wherein they 'may individuals or corporations and appropriated sengers,, produce, goods, and ;
.' God bless thee i-fare thee well ." happen, by the said board of Directors, or to the purposes aforesaid without compensation whatsoever kind,may receive' In ; | f; i

yet a majority of them ; and in case of the to,thoseVI1wg ..the same ; and ing the same on said rail roads :
mind calls : t
though upthe such
past, and
my saving excepting
absence of the President, the said board of 1t shall and may be )lawful for said company -
To cheer & future view as is caused by ,unavoidable ,
$* ,
them ; in like takc lands
Directors, or a majority of may appoint '' manner, to *rom any
Soon must the world-the loved of life- a President,; pro tempore, who shall convenient to said rail roads, or canals, at which shall be a proper risk of
''Reeeire my last adieaI "t have such power and functions the by all times such timber, stone or other materials and all produce, goods, and '
The fearful words..hav been'pronounced 'laws of the said corporation shall provide. as may be accessorfor, the4 construction whatsoever transpotted'or
enacted That incase in said rail on said rail roods, or canals, shall ;(
That seal my earthly_doomAndwitKthesprring'sfintflowen, Sec 4. Be it further of and keeping repair
it should happen' that an; election of roads or canals i Provided,;'; that nothing for'a1d transportation, and maybe ,
,consign ed until the be paid and : f
the shall be taken fame
Directors should not be made, during belonging to individual
:"My/ form* within. the tomb v day, when pursuant to this act it ought to without adequate compensation, to be determined and if:the 'same be not paid,
articles l
and (
goods produce,
been made tbe'said corporation shall in the manner hereinafter pro- ,
JJut, ere the destined day arrives, .. have session of the :company for the !
be deemed to be dissolved vided.
The anxious world shall e' not for that cause shall be sold !
eo! days, they
but such election may be held at any Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That .
One effort for my distant friends- other time} and the Directors, for the time whenever it shall become, necessary for auction, and alter the expenses

'One for my memory.If being, shall 'continue to hold their offiuntU' the said company to take, possession of; shall portation be storage the remainder, and auction hall be i

I succeed, then can,I say, new ones shall nave, been coosen m and appropriate or use any land, timber, paid, eo
such or or
With cheerful ecstacy,- their places stone or other materials,, owned by private to their person who shall
Be it further enacted, That two individuals, or corporations, for the route, or agents
"Q, death| where Is Gay ting? O,graTe I for ceive the same i Provided, that + I
Directors of said corporation shall be com- or site of said rail roads, or works, or : '
Where_thy victory? in the tolls"upon said roads or canals
petent to transact all business of the said constructing and keeping repair the full
Mobile City Prison, January 1835. corporation, and they shall'have power to same, or any part thereof; and the parties paid the stockholders with 'aU
its cost, together expe ; J
cabin the capital stock of said company, do not agree on the value of such, land, shall then two per
A .DISTETCTXOZr( WITHOUT A DIFFIft by such instalments, and, at such time as stone, or materials as may be so taken and company all profits over ten pay centum .
kactv-HChariea! ,* said an'Indulgent father they may direct, and in case of the nonpayment appropriated, it shall and may be lawful on Treasury of this Territory per : J Jpure
of said
of said instalments, or one of, for the President and Directors
"did'nti ten you cot to eat that orange any enacted :
14. Be it
Until forfeit the sharejor chare upon or thelrproF agents, on givingten See. ,
after dinner Taint. eating& ar, them, to company
*'m only Kicking it." which such default shall arise\ and to make days notice, a feast in ;wrung to thu said rail road and 'canal company ;
I nd prescribe such by-laws, rules and regulations jarty'owning the same, or W;bps i, her, ortheir aty times have the exclusive right

.. A'ButiaIJkea Jon*standing cap of as to them shall appear needful agent, that spplieatioaHl.be madeto porting or conveying descnptroa
tea J life po1r1eweeteraDd ewer towards and touching the management and the judge of the eounw limrtj fat writ duce, or article of any
the t ; and seems to fag regulation proper of the stock, property, estate Of ad qwSdanniM, which tW je grantedand rail roads, or duals,, w be by )

than them of mgarat nothings and 'efleeta of the said corporation J and directed to the,sheriK fef \,moron fiveR structed, while they may too tit ..., ,
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and cacti .will 'raise two, loaded two Houses of Parliament,and'the' others forced 'to surrender, and order was restor inland channel, ,from St. Mary's to Cape tbreshedr\vhich lected as fast as,is they performed ripen,with and \vhcn
ed. A number of the revoltera were FloridaIt a com.
cans or 7 time,. up tho longest related to matters of' local interest, immediately great shot." has been my fortune, while zealously mon Bticfc from the woods, after it is winnowed ;
r plane In fh !'.. 'm nuteg. Theso HOUSE COMMONS. the of :J it is then fit for -
fuel from thebituminous or THE : Gen. La }?uente was popular in Peru, engaged in promoting, to utmost use) neither hor.
engines arc all supplied which abund -The Speaker: having read a copy of bis according to Captain V. and was a candidate \- my power, the interests of the Territory of ses, cattle.or hogs, will eat of the plant; it
coal mines are
tAinofthe best I Majesty's Speech, Lord London rose to for the Presidency. Florida, to encounter much unmerited ob is not disturbed by caterpillars or any other
the adjacent moU de. move the customary address. After some The United States frigate' Brandywine, loquy. My most earnest and anxious efforts insects: it returns more foliage to- the land
and 1urnished by:state contract, remarks he concluded by moving an ad- have often been misrepresented than highland i cultivation
for any it is
1 0011 the Several erigine houses, at sloop of war Fairfield, and schr. Dolphin, your good ; also a
1' ,at, dress"hfcb, as usual was a mere recapitulation and resistanceto acquisition to the
great rearing of Bees
y tho bushel. One article of produce were at Callao on the. 13th of January, the or perverted, my a!
,which crossed this rail road the last I of the terms of the Speech itself.Air. I latter*o sail in a few days for Columbia or acquiescence in such measures or pure honey rises on the stem of each stalk
: raised Bramston seconded the motion. The river. appointments as I could not influence or of the leaves, which is sought after by the
*of tobacco
r season, was 500 hogshead address having been read, Lord Morpetb\ control, has been alternately imputed to.. Bees and Ants.-
, in Ohio consigned to Baltimore, by
t an$.another production rose, and after a speech, which was frequently COL. GADSDEN'S CIRCULAR.We factbus opposition,or grovelling selfinterest ,I,am yours, respectfully! &c,

{ .from western ;,;Pennsylvania,' which cheered, concluded by moving as give below'the closing part of Cot, This, to a greater or less.extent, is the ''f ABRAHAMDUPONT.Matanzos : .
the \
amendment to the address that after
an '
i coin over this road'was 1000 bbls of salt, words I 1To promote the concord and GADSDEN'S: ADDRESS to his fellow citizens who case with do nothing every public.are exempted man. from only the \ ,E.1.j Nov. 25th, 1831.The .

consumed In the state east bf the moun- happiness of subjects" In the last Florida as a candidate for Congress. We _
my paragraph charge o( doing I'wrong. Censure from
will be 600 (
: tains. In n few year) there but these words should be selected because believed it (
; two, inserted this part, we some quarter.is the inevnableattendant of
road alone :
i burden cars,onthia ,, trlmBJrting Courier.
million : would gratify him and his friends more than activity frusting'the; vindication of my .
annually from thet Quth-wes> ; ,
of of various kinds of merchandize "To assure His Majesty that His Ma-\ any other portion of it. We wish we, could conduct tat time and truth, I have seldom
t jcstv's faithful Commons acknowledge, '' 'APRIL 23.
and produce-:-o'f which a part will consist with grateful that the acts for publish'inore-but wishing is only a sign of repelled any other accusations than such
of 3000 tons slab and bloom from for they recollection uneasiness, and we have been taught to dis- as touched! my personal character, keep ( .:::
factories at Pittsburg. ,It be' added, amending the representation of the people ing myself even as to them; within the The. plume, which ,is. making so much
'may card it of
were submitted to Parliament with His Majesty's from our system philosophy. '
j that the, elegant accommodations of the reasonable limits of a manly but temperate n t'H'; tgWitry" entitled U Six months
U. carzi(1 bo.u, ..nd'the expeditious travel assent ; that,confidently expecting to "Tho; flews which I have imbibed, are self-defdte.t,,.. gt' m"our opinion

ling, make now the Pennsylvania line, the derive farther advantages from those wise such as were,entertained by Jefferson and i I have hut the satisfaction of perceiving eeeect.: ';' ,rum.t, the,a generally
I and necessary"measures, we trust that HisMajesty's other illustrious .of tbe Republican this has been most sue
most desirable for all k bereons wishing to cotemporanes that course approved by perstitiout i .j.r t jdefcrading
\ councils will be directed in a and contain what they and of fellowcitizens ceremoaeundet...
School good sense good feeling -
from boa to'tho my.
oUt sea : great 'west,
particularly pass [N. Y. Jour. 'of spirit of well considered and effective reform always believed to be the conservative principles I' ; and ,however temporary.:excitements the name of Religion,drat we,ever imagined.
; emigrants. ; and Ihat tho liberal and comprehensive Union. Union howevernot We ar-;' for Toleration sofa,
Commerce.: which of our' A may, at times! have! produced momentary as opinions and
; policy restored to the peoplethe as somi would have it, 9f authority, of alienation, in the end I have' been tenets -are concerned; hut any,unnatural re

right oj choosing their representatives, force, and of the bayonet:'held tog ier held justified when; my reasons were. ; straints which Enid individuals to, bow in
and which
1. : FOREIGN NEWS. provided for: the emancipationof by the 'feajj and cemented by the Jbloody( known or the result scc IDcd.. before frail
all held in in His homage man; personating the
perschs slavery Majesty's
apprehension'of the parties ;,A Union not It remains for me to notice, only_one cause
coloni< a, and possessions abroad, will, like Deity,ought to be ,discarded, and the grossness -
LATEST FROM EUROPE. as othel"8.ould. make it of necessity, 'of complaint, too frivolous\to be called an '
,. DftritofIhe. Tory Ministry in England, with tho'e enlarged views, place with- the unnnti ral connection of,the ,Siamese accusatIOn-my late absenc from the Teriritory. ; and impiety of a course of folly expose*),

and Resignation of the French /.Enistry.A out der delay >ur municipal corporations remove un- Twins, dr wn together! by a ligature which The reasons for ft is were" of a to the world.. ,We subjoin a few extracts
vigila t control
popular the strength of,panics cannot sever but character ''be appreciated
After an Interval of fify-four days since those und< ut ted grievances of the Protestant boil asunder to if3yey generous The following are the'written, "Rults
rend if
which would
they and known Vou
the last left have Dissei those man, are to alL Having and, Penances of our Holy Father Saint
: arrival Europe, we at ten, 'and correct abusesin could dared. Such is'' the ,
not from tb
or at
length four vessels to announce, which arrived the chu cb which impair its efficiency 'American the friends of State ; my post commencement Augustine,", together "-with those: of Saint
last evening :..The, Russell, Baldwin in Englan disturb tbe peace of society in r'e1; as 6f every session of Congrtss,fulfilling Ursula, as near as can'recoUect.. They
it Their is Union
a of number and
Rights the of
; ,'left Liverpool on the 11th February, Ireland, anil lower the character of the establishment nf interests! and of the like by success my exertions, are read at refectory table'every,week.
and the'Roecoe, Delano, left there on the in both countries' To rep common affections, all,your reasonable expectation! ,whereinam 1., To kneel.in the presence of the Bish-
the bond in domestic life their Union ,
I ? It
has been
'12th March both arrived sacred delinquent mp-pride until his to rise.
signal ,
; yet yesterday.The resent to His Majesty that His Majesty'sfaithful op,
I cemented
of the States is
by reciprocity and heretofore
pleasure ;to that
Caledonia Graham from Liverpool leave the 2. Never to gratify our appetites
Commons beg submissivelyto < ,except
I of interests and and
and the-Utica, Deheysterfrom. Havre have add, that they cannot but lament that the oi sympathies conciliated kind, and generous people who\honoredme with his holiness the Bishop or a Father
I the,principles of mutual compromise i with their confidence were accustomedto
nfeo arrived.. progress of these and otherrreforms has Confessor's,permission:
The most important item of news from been interrupted ,,and endangered by the I, t 'concession.- estimate candidates f ir,public favor'not 3. N evef to approach'or look out of the
1 England is the defeat of the Tory administration unnecessary dissolution of a Parliament Theori >however, as the friends of con- according to the industry displayed, in Can- window of the Monastery.\ .

in the election of Speaker to:the earnestly intent upon the vigorous stitutional and rational liberty are accusedof vassing popularity, but ccordin to 4. To sprinkle our couches every night
House Commons, and the Address in of measures to which tbe wishes of doing, in-the'' legitimate action of our their i ,ability! fidelity) and puklic! services. with holy water.

.reply to the ,King's speech Mr.\ ,Aber- the people:were most anxiously and justly Federal lations\ ;''and speculate as they It is not, it cannot be, in the naiure;of such 5. Not to make a noise in walking over

crombie being elected over Mr.. Manners directed." very'po'ssilly.may on what are, ,and what people, partaking?of, the 'gallant chival the Monastery.\ -

Sutton, and the Address' moved by the At the conclusion of the reading of the are not coi stitutional remedies' under our 'ousspiritofthe South, to require personal 6. To wear,sandals and haircloth ; to inflict

I Ministers\ having been rejected. ,The Peel amendment by the noble' lord there were system of government for alledged grievances solicitations, still less to exact the aband.n punishment upon ,ourselves with our.

u 'Ministry, notwithstanding their defeat on loud cheers from the opposition. yet,I common sense, and the firstpririclpleS' :ment private dutiesorto: ,imputueto me girdles. imitation of a Saint -

these. Important I questions,, had refused to Mn\ 'Bannerman seconded the amendment 'of, self preservation equally' as my respect for theraas a fault not to be 7. To sleep on a hard mattress or couch,

+gn. W, applicable 'to 'political associations as to forgiven. '* with one coverlet. .
y.r% Our dates from Paris are to the 26th February An animated discussion hereupon followed private individuals must ever sanction resistance Whatever may.be your decision in con 8. To walk with pebbles in our shoes.

; ; { ,'by which we Ial\m'that the commit : in whiff various speakers took part to oppression. whatever shape it tinuing me in or discarding me from your or walk kneeling until l a wound is produ-

r tee on the American Treaty would report for and again tM amendment, After may appear;'and from whatever quarter it service can'never obliterate'from my ced. Never to touch any thing,without per.mission. -
'to tbe Chamber of Deputies in about a'fortnight Dr. BowriDg, who'fupported the, amendment may come, as the Rightful Remedy. 1\ is mind the'grateful recollection of your past .

from'that time;, hut'a I I privatealetterof had concluded''an eloquent! speechon one thing to aChieve'and another to preserve favors, nor the proud satisfaction of know- 9. ,!Never to gratify: our curiosity, or ex-
' t the 25th states that the would liberty. : forefaibfsraultfaj ing that I have devoted the best ,
report not, that suit of the qtiestionl;pause a. t Onr'Revolutionary portion'ofm5 excise our thoughts on any subject, with
2 .Ui j yjUAM HMnJme j' thrf .t1ah. ,yoke end Jife'infendeavorinjf to., the interest
w .. p :J .0 promote out our "P ritun direc r'8 knowledge andadvice
w f w r** **"w y --v>i .
' k '. French Jtinistry.:,under the Presi t J-ere .Were alternate cries';'of MGoOn!: !1-< whethe. constftutionaily' or pot, do most *and",{prosperity of the Territory of ',Never to desire, food or water between ,
;dency of Marebal7iIotlerhave;; ',resigned, u.Dividelft'and'"Question.'' ?' rightfullV right their' wrongs.. "W itbt ,Flo. 1 portions,' '' '

conseqUence, it Is said, of,their having Sir Robert Peel at length made his'appearance sons can ot pe too watchful of the l Jegicy r JOSEPH 11.VIIITE.. 10. Every time, on:leaving the community -
been defeated on ':'the' Tobacco Monopoly\ and addressed the House. which patriot sires bequeathed them- Washington, March\ 1, 1835. I to take holy w ter''from 'the altar of

I JJill.., Their successors had not"been,, ap ,(After some further discussion,the House thev',cannot be: overjealous of rights for \,, I. the Blessed: Virgin,.and ,make t the sign of

pointed.In adjourned. On the 26th ,the adjourned which a devoted ancestry periled "their We find the following statement :in the the cross.

Liverpool, the cdtton spinners were debate on the Address was resumed and fortunes, their lives,'and their ,sacred hon New YorJt Mercury. The readers of our,paper 11. If a Religieuse' persist in disobeying

'; much in the market,and the United States protracted till past 1 o'clock at ors" Every encroachment on them shouldbe in this section not have it and the Superior,'she is to be brought ) foe
result seen
cotton,was in great demand., question was then taken, and the met witli 'the determined spirit of a insert-the may the Bishop of the diocese, and punished as
The Emperor of Austria died'nt Viennaon thus stated.] Henry tempered with the considerate prudence we whole article as a subject wor, he shall think proper.' Never to smile except

the 3d March. < Prince Metternich The House at ten minutes past 1 o'clock, of a )Vashin '!on. And,while there thy, their' special attention.' at recreation, nor.even then contraryto

bas by 9 circular notified the European, proceeded to divide. At two o'clock, the are but few if any, I trust, among us, whodo' [From alAe'Florida Herald.] religious deconlm.
courts that this event will cause no change numbers were pronounced as follows : not'cherish a warm attachment to tbeUnionall FLORIDA' .:COFFEE. 12. Should the honored Mother, the Superior -
in the policy of Austria. For the Amendment I hope, will concur in the sentiment
309 :
Still Mr. Editor-I have brought under,cultivation detect a Rtligicusc whose, minds
; .' [New York Transcript Cth Inst. For the Address 302 that a more ardent passion for
1 Original ,who'is
., ;" 1 ., constitutional liberty is the only preservative a species of, Coffee which grows occupied with worldly thoughts, or
x .4 Instead of giving the whole account of principle of that Union. It 'was to wild ins Cuba, and has found its way to negligent observing the, rules of the

proceedings in detail,we must for want of Majority for the Amendment, ,7 achieve LIBERTY that the great political the cUj of St. Augustine,supposed to have Monastery\ which are requisite.and neces-
The.annouucement'was followed b1'the been broQgnjr) there, since' by sary to her perseverance and'I perfection in
many years
in insert the of and
room, our paper following extracts loud and hearty cheers''' of the copartnership separate independent 't
I opposition,
the It life she 'should immediatelycause
Spanis ogle.
naturalized a religious ,
t communities was entered into, ana on the
from the latest English Journals. promptly echoed the crowd of anxious '
r. by of liberty to each and to all to our climate,,and,will grow many her to retire to her cell, where she
perpetuation '
.t listeners iu Palace and its
ENGLAND. yard neighbor.Sir
of the States. I enter into a retreat
hood. of its members must that compact alone !! reCommend -
.. '" ,HOUSE ,or LoRosf Tuesday, Feb. 24. rely for its own continued existence. Liberty cOlEwmg it particularly Our diet consisted of the plainest kind
His Majesty\ this day, in person, opened Manners Sutton has been compen lathe bond which'holds the States together to the staple of our of food, principally vegetables and,vegetable

t1e'new Parliament. sated for the loss of his flection as Speakerof it is the cement which alone imparts country of.immense ,value, which will re- soups, Indian puddings, and, .very seldom -
v' Their lorduhips'assembled at 12 o'clock, the House.of Commons, by being calledto stability and permanence to the whole alize more, than ,any other-jBtaple of our meat. Our tea was made of herbs,

r :when they Earl of Shaftsbury, taking thewoolsack' the peerage under,the title of Lord Can political fabric 'Weaken one of the 24 country now,under cultivation, even if'we sometimes of the bitterest kind. We par-'

' in the absence'of the Lord Chan- terbury. columns which sustains the American obtain not more than half the price of West took of this diet in imitation,'of the ,Holy

t. 'cellor, prayers were read by the Bishop of L01'fDOflarch' 8.-:From what has occurred Temple'of Freedom, and the entire build- India Coffee.. It is made use of,in the interior Fathers'of the Desert, to mortify.our ap

'Bristol; after which the customary oaths during the past week, both in ando Ing' totters $to its foundation. Impair, in. of Cuba, by the inhabitant as coffee.It petites. Pumpkins, stewed w molasses.!
',were administered to a :considerable number t of Parliament, it is manifest that the the least degree, the sovereignty of the also grows wild 'on the 'banks, of the and water, served us sometimes as a desert.

of|ieers. present Ministers, have'rpsolvedon! main States, and you strike the blow' the<<), most Mississippi\ ,around New Orleans, where Occasionally we had ,mouldy bread to eat.
Tb'elnterior of thq house, ,presented an taining their seats against tbe declared will fatal to, civil.Liberty, to the, Constitution, it is collected by the French,, people, and A very insignificant piece of butter 'wa*
elegant ,and animated scene. The side of the Commons, as well': as the people, of and to the Union. made use of as coffee.I sometimes plated on our plates. The Su

, 'galkrie ,and' a large proportion of the lower these kin oms.-l\Io\ ing Cronicle. Your fellow-citizen, have, made use of it in my family for perior's diet 'was far better than ours -

,benches;; were'occupied by a rare assemblage JAMES, GADSDEN. three months, and find it superior to the sometimes it was sumptuous,,wine not ex-
of beauty, rank and fashion. The PERU green Cuba Coffee. It improves from age ; cepted. I ascertained this;as F occasionally

variety f.richcoJon which their costume Captain Voorhees, of the United States Public being equal,to the' best or coffee in! three ,' in ,turn went round to gather the
displayed, and tbe waving .beauty of }heostrjcl Navy, who returned home from tbe Paci- men are public property. The services months,' after: it is collected. Those who fragments. jibe' sent me, on, two ,occa-
farther, which tbrmed tbo almost of ffiaiai arata always create an obligation arc peculiarly ,fond ofthe ,
fio on Sunday with despatches for Government taste of green slona'some.appte, parings to eat;; as:a part
universal ornament of the head,had a.very -furnished to the New York on the part of:their constituens to dotlear Cuba Ccflee can obtain it,by mixing: at the of my poruon. Sometimes the_Religieusedeny
t striking effect W* Courier the following, i important information justice, whether they.continue them in rate of one pound:of the green Cuba Cof- themselves any diet; prostrate, kiss

The attendance of peers', in their,robes, r"On- their employ,cf not. 'There can be no greater : fee with four pounds of Florida Coffee., the feet of those who remain at table, per

d was unusually great: / the tat of January the the troops in satisfaction to' the Representative or Delegate It is an unusual plant and must be cultivated l- forming various 'kinds of'penance) white

The corps diplomatique, which mustered garrison at Callao amounting'to 400 to 500 of a body of fellow citizens, than their in the same manner AS cotton, leaving the others are eating and listening to the
very strongly en the occasion, fillet! the men, availing themselves no doubt, of tbe plants at a greater distance as it readin ".

seats i Immediately behind the ministerial Gen. Obrcgoso' absence, ,rose ,upon the approbation. Col White again offers him- grows moat luxuriantly from ten to twelve The Roman Catholics are surely entitledto

bench, officers, confined them,and declared openly self for re-election to Congress His talents Feet high on good land. It 'will grow on their "
IA Ten of the.Judges attended in their against the government' Having are eta high order, his labors have been assiduous the poorest land which has been exhausted protection and the enjoyments of particular

'robes. the American Colors, they despatc toisted a and'we may be allowed strangersto from cultivation, and will produce good tenets. Bat, in our humble opinion,

: ?At half the I o'clock the Lord Ch D. deputation, beaded by a sergeant, to Gen- him,and as strangers to the political wishesof crop. Plant it at the same time that cotton pure religion does not consist in emblems, or

"'cellor" took woolsack. era! Lafuente, then on board the United friends full is planted, on beds fire feet apart- crossing one's breast or forehead with water
Precisely et 9 o'clock the discharge of States sloop of war Fairfield, and offeredto our to bear testimony to his On good land, plant, your seeds five feet however clean. The and inexperience:

,:artillery and the clangor of trumpets announced place him at the head of the government. polite attention to us. We are friendly to apart, dropping ten or twelve seeds, cover ought be flattered young and seduced by
hU Majesty's arrival at the house. That officer, vvbo'vas' banished on account aU-and we'shall not electioneer for either of it lightly, when the plants are sufficiently not to ,
Ilia Majesty shortly after entered the of his the Candidates. We will thin them sanctimonious arts, to: desert friends, home
opposition to the administration, had print what they grown, put, leaving a single
't1rouseSattended' by the great officers ofante managed by some means or other, to' get wish printed, and 2 tUuA in our' paper' whatwe plant at the distance of five, feet ; poor and comfort, and decoyed from'the coupe:

.: Being seated on the throne, the on board the Erie., He on perceiving that think on application from either. may be planted nearer; two poundsof which th'e Ruler of the Universe has ]plaint1
gnntlcman usher of the bjack rod (Sir A.Clifford insurgents bad no commissioned officerat Col. White seeds will plant an acre of land ; one pointed out u acceptable to Mm.
) was directed command the Immediate their bead, refused their of( f. Upon Injustice tq we give one or two acre will produce from fifteen hundred to We advice all to avail themaelve*, of an
attention of the Commons In the which the extracts from his Circular Letter. two thousand of Coffee
rtvolters became alarmed; and pounds ; blooms such to gratify
opportunity should occur,
'Houae,of Lords. the utmost) confusion f prevailed among I /The objects which should attract and from early) in July until llate in October, need',boot,
4' The first part of the speech b filled;with }hem. In the meantime, the commander employ the;)energies of your representative ripens from early in. August until frost, or their curiosity by perusing Dina

,regrets for the loss of *that part of the ancientPalaceof o(.the troops at Lima marched a force of, for the iext two years should be those early in November; the seeds are, about and judge for them elTeI.' We question fljf

I J 'Westminster which has-! {;XX men;upon the revolters,and commenced immense! sources of wealth and prosperity the size of a grain of wheat, of an olive religion dP"** of no on!.<.'Of.Pradlueveq'one
-cannonade them. -held to our com on country the canal from color, each from what
a Tbey pod containg forty to a make up'orh1JiiMlt
upon sixty
; ... .. )
i been long appropriated to the uso.of' the the Mississippi to : and the of '. .. 'i' A.J
out<'ai day and a half; when they were 'Apalachicola. grains Coffee; the pods must be col- seems most correct., '

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lieu In1tIDI''e tt wing their flightsbeat'change ducted upon principles like those of Mount LIST OF.LETTERS RAIL ROAD NOTICE. JACKSONVILLE I i

Iln.do. from North ito "Benedict. in the Post Office Jack. t I
the reverse;so it is with the Inva- Let it be borno in mind, that this book the 1st oil April 1835, and TAUE.

ION ,th, or of some of our cities ii enivened was written a long time ago, and never if not taken out in three months, they will '
; ither id.. The society would have seen the light, but from cir- be sent to the General Post| Office as dead
every fall by.migrating ,groups, who, cumstances which have recently occurredat letters. I THE undersigned Commissioners give no- 1))

"IJId pee,'some for healthful breezes, some for Boston. The character of the writer ;is A Capt Hill. that pursuant to the Act entitled Public are Informed that.a line of t

oenk asement, and, some.fpr, they know'not' vouched for by the Reverend l\Ir.\ CroIJ- John Edward Adams S. Aldrich., Isaiah D. flirt K Crt An Act to'amend an Act to incorporate the' THE Barouches will) ri :-.tjet..n; l

We welcome them t because weknow, well, a near connection believe,of the B Rev. R.B. FLORIDA PENINSULA: 'AND JACKSONVILLE Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to fcave, !this I: ,
and Editor of tho Ar s. It appears that the Kerr. ROAD COMP An',1t approved February,1835, place every Monday. nUTForty ,
/ climate has a healing etrbngthning + II. D. Baldwin 2 L
at our most wretched fare, the 'most abject and. that the Books will be again opened at Jacksonville :: pounds baggage will be allowed '
the [ influence, because amusements are in Barcalow, Joseph Lancaster 9 at the store of I. DJ Hart Bay-street to each and for
servile obedience, the most nonsensical observances William II. Burritt 3 Isaac Lent.Theodore passenger; any greater weight, J ,
Sundance, and Because the stranger is alLys were the daily lot of the Sister- John Broward, ,3 Littlefield on until tho the 4th 1st day of of May, and continue' open one cent per pound will be charged for every
day August next'to 'receive ten'miles.
welcome, who conducts himself properL hood." They .wil11 perceive too the designs : Charles Broward 2 M t .
subscriptions for stock !carry said Rail Road 03":: Fare through each '
Hut, in' faith, we regret to see them go of the Pope on this Country, that is if Bishop Francis Broward, Emanuel Mott, into execution. waYi. hIARRiS.'a\ '

Y" and much'as we feel their departure, Fenwick is to be believed, and the ma- Sarah .6.. Broward, George H. May,- By the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, Jacksonville; Jan. 14 311'L ;
; ,
away cannot but think of the beating'heartswhich.buntthe : chinery by which-our religious and political Edgar's. Barrows, G. S. Mott, the subscribers for stock heretofore' taken, f 11 '
11'8 subjugation is to be effected. We bearno Reubin Bloomer, J. S. Muir. have,a prior right to subscribe for, the same CONVEYANCE FROM
? hours of their delay.!' sectarian feelings) but those familiar John P. Brown, N amount of Stock on the new Books
fond attachments which cement so- John G. Brindley, 2 Patrick News, ISAIAH. D. HART JACKSONVILLE TO ST. A GUSTJNE. .
I If the, with the history of Popery in Europe, and Mr. Barhoe John Nevitt. ,
were to be chilled by protraete absence the alarming increase of its followers here JAMES DELL, 4
ciety Spicer Bradduck. ; ?; 0 ,
J. Com'rs.STEPHEN '
- when sickness was the occasion, we shouldnot are fools to: shut their eyes any longer at 'C W.. S. Olmitead, EDDY, } .

h think it strange: if" nights of, weariness" the alarming prospect before. them; E. A:Cohen, Woodbridge S.Olm-; 'JOS. LANCASTER 'I

hely were experienced almost every.jphere., iPut a [Albany }Whig. Martha Cox, sted, Jacksonville, March 31,1835. 14 THE l Subscriber will run a good Barouche
George Causey, Helen OrmorJ., good Horses from Jacksonville to I
rtivm to loved met, witftfW5gora 9d health, Passengers per steamboat Florida for Savannah James G. Cooper, I1 P St. Augustine, once' a week; to leave this d
n. seeins to cover.a-mnI .u&" of, distressing -Miss Gills, Miss 'Draifont Mrs <#. Moms Curry, Miles "Piice.Palmer \ I: NOTICE. : place every 'Monday morning; .and arrive in a

'f tbougbta\ ;and we almost 'envy the, invalids cott, Mrs Sidieell, Mrs Parkman,Mrs Mathews, Nancy. Cooper. &,Ferri, BY An act passed by the Legislative) Coun i. St.Augustine on the evening or the same day. '
d. with : fathers and Mrs Wood, Mrs Carpenter;Mrs Keese, -.Muss D, James Piles! .' of this Territory, at its last session. Returning-will ).ae' St.. Augustine on
(their happiness I 'nursing Biddle, Mrs ,La Forge, :Miss Poles, Mrs Me D. R. Dunham, Seymour! Pickett, 2 and approved by the Governor,'Feb. 14th, Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place t r
d nursing mothers to 'welcome them to'their fillister,-Mr IVotd, Mr Sippill, Dr James, Edward Davis,, Patrick Price 1835,the Subscribers were appointed Com- on. the evening of the .aml\\' dad t
own domestic'fireside. : Mr Shitf, Maj Lyttle,'Mr Park-manMr Elliott, Silas Duele, M. Pincketonr'Abby missioners'to open ,Books and receive sub- 03"Forty:: pounds baggage will be allowed

c.n Mr McMinn, Nr McKay i Mr Church, Dr Deck, : Dertu, Betty,Pritchard: scription for the stock of a Bank to be located to each passenger, and for any greater weight,
IIe Mr La Forge,Lieu Morris,'.Mir Carpenter, Mr Abraham Dupont, R in this Town'to be called TIIE'11ANKOFJACKSoNVILLE. one cent per pound,will be ,charged for every

AMXRICAN SILK.-We had intended.to giveour Claib, Baron pchr, Mr Marshall,,Mr Palmer. Jessee D. Dykes, Francis Rider, ,, ten miles. I.
friends .some 'further information; whichwe Wm. S. Donaldson. William Ricker,' In pursuance of which the Subscribers IDFare each way, $5.

J, derive,'.not from. experience, ,but books MARINE JOURNAL.. E Francis Richard. hereby 'give notice, that the Books. for Sub II, II. PHILIPS, .
William Eubank "S scription for the stock in said Bank, will be Jacksonville, Feb. 9. 'tit! J j
and verbal authority in relation to the culture PORT OF JACKSONVILLE..APRIL 23. George P. Edney, 1\I'E Saunders, opened in this Town, at the Counting-Itoom .
, 'of silk in this country The art,of making '. Charles EnglishJohn Stevens, 4 of Messrs. Blanchard & .Rider, cornet of NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. +

silk :seems to consist ,of,three''principal ARRITED-19th,schr Sam Patch,Helme, Henry Eames, 3 t T Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, A.' M.' '
Ralph Eame, William Tobey" 2 on the fourth day of May next..
branches-viz-the extracting the i silk from from St/Augustine, 9 hours, furniture, com I
&c. to 7. Dexter, Thomas J. 'Sweetser, and Evertson & Co. Antonet. 'Tison. W. J., MILLS, 1
the cocoons-the preparation for the loom- others./ F' : U WILLIAM RIDER. .

and the' manufacture of'it by weaving or Charles E. Flinl James UnderwOod, 'STEPHEN' EDDY;' THERE will be a regular conveyance for .
otherwise.. Some gentlemen are strongly in CLEARED-;,30th', steamer Florida, Hill!, G W' ISAIAH D. HART. Palo err a week from St Mary's Geo., .
for Savannah.
: Timothy rlndley, Waterman & plnck- Coinmisnoners.Jacksonville by ? to Bt Augustine } to leave St Mary's I
lined to1 make a trial, if a competent personcan Jacob Goff.. eton 2 Wednesday at 2 o'clock P. M '' it
E. F. April 2d, IKK, 14 every ,
be obtained to conduct it. We 'have no FOR,NEW YORK. H Elisha Whidden; [5 ; arrive at Pablo the next day. '

doubt of tlie'adaptation of the climate,,and Eliza harper, David L. Wintring- NOTICE. Persons, who wish to avoid a night exposure I'
THE Packet, Brig IKO, Capt. Charles Harper, ham, 2 on the water, will find very comfortable J
profits of the enterprize ; and any assistancewe I will sail for New Eliza Houston, George W. Waltorn, mthe Commissioners of the Road of accommodations at Fernandina', at Mr, A. (

,can render,' by correspondence' .or other York on the Cth May' next. She Mary 1I0bkuk,. John Warren, County having examined the I Dias'. and can leave, Fernandina the next '
wise, will be cheerfully afforded.' can tak a few barrels freight and accommodate J. Houston 'Andrw, Welch", same, from Gravelly-hill to the'County line I morning and arrive at Pablo the,same day.
sixer eight passengers! for which applyto Miller Hallows; William U. Wolf, of Duval County, have ascertained tile best They can leave Pablo every Friday morning
Blani hard & Rider, corner of, Bay and Willi"nr Hickman, Maj. William Wyatt, ground and the straightest way to tile forks I at 4 o'clock, and arrive at Bt Augustine at U, 'P
FORBES' PURCHASE.-We learn, from the Liberty' treets, or to the Capt. on board.'Apnl Mary V. hail, Capt'Ch' lesWil1el' of(;the Road; ; leading one.to the upper Spring P. M.'lame Jay; leave St Augustine every

oridian,''the Editor of which 'has seen a ".: 2w17 I And on' letter which II directed as fol. and tile other to Ahgator town. The, Over- Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same day. I {
10w -Duv L1 East Florida seers within said County are hereby authorize passengers wishing to' YilitS& Augustine
certified copy of the decree ef the.Supreme Count1.r' Jackson- ; ,
to order out all hands liable to road ,
OR,CIIARLESTON. vine Poet Office Mall.- duty, will be accommodated< on'reasonable terms.
Court of the United States in relation to this, fine Packet Schooner I ISAIAh! D. HART, Post Maate to work on said ,road as quickly as'conveni Fare from St Mary's by Pablo'to St Angus-

tract; that it'""confirms to the'claimants the THE AND MARY, ent for said operation. tine $5. From Bt Augustine to Pablo $3.
:Pull extent'of' the.grant,' (except Fort SL 100 tons burthen, C.WILLED Master CABINET FURNITURE. "WAREHOUSE. S. J. EUDANK, ') ( There is also a safe boat which" will run
W. RICHARD. for said Road. '
'' 5 once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville and
in'good order for sea,'will sail for the J
Marks from St. DIas the
) extending Cape ,to above'port' on'or about the 30th ins.U TAMES Jacksonville, March 31. 14 will depart and arrive so as to meet the mail
H. COOKE No. 100
3t Marks river, including the towns of-Mag.Aolis''and For,freight or passage apply to the Master ff New York offers for, sale ,, Broadway kind and boat on its return from St Mary', and.the

Apalachicola, and that the land on board, or at this office. .' quality, of SofuSideboardsSecr.tariesBook NEwEoODS. stage as it arrives from ,Augustine. Fare i,\ \f

will be immediately: brought into market, bAld .
Tcharlested be PabJo..1' JL (
ihejnoflt r.liberalterms.' It le| considered a Chairs 'of every quality-High poet and ,*: toll tavJOrtment of .+ > ":'',1 .' ;:. .I,; rT, CTAnon.l ;!t : h'
'RAIL ROAD NOTICE. French Bedatead of and } .iQOliu+ jiJ''lt/r
: .E4TJ : .
valuable Mahogany Maple- EtOL1SI1:1! V'111Lt! ? ;ie *
very, section, and will undoubtedlybe : sBi "'" *''**'
,hereby Hair and Moss Mattrasses-Fea'her: Beds- 9rI'aRO' ,. lllf Jt"" \ ,.1-.1d
thickly_settled in a few years: THE.undersignedCommissioners the Act Looking Glasses-Carpets-and'a ,full'. assortment rt'"iArj24'v; ?- : ',Jwhich )r '. t yt.ty:1: 3S5SS: !"..,.. 1!ijffi
entitled "An Act to incorporate the East Floe of every thing necessar,to furnish will per IO at .. 'c saeo. _, ;*',-leaves' Pablolevery: Frtd yV*,tf ,< \
We were induced in our last paper, upon ida Rail Road Company,"approved February14th ahousel: in exchange for Ggfcnh,Furs, Hides, and the for Bt Augustine and returns on the suoceedjng I

such information as we deemed perfectly correct 1835, 'Books for subscription to the April 7.,, >: 3wl5, common produce of the country H, ,LIBBEY. Sunday. ,'Cm3

to state that Thomas 3d to be stock will be opened at Jacksonville, at the I
King was 13.
Black Creek 8tf DRY I
store of Isaiah D. Hart, on the,, lit NOTICE. > GRpCERIES, :
executed on the:24th of this month. We are May next, and continued open for thirty days, Weeks from date, shall tpplv to the AND RETAIL. k' '.

since informed. 'that he is 'to expatiate-.his when they will be closed. SIX of the County Court of Duval ORANGE STICKS. TilE Subscribers keep constantly on,'!hand, tl

crimes on'the 8th,of May next JAMES DELL, County, for letters Administration on the CASH will be paid for' One Hundred Or offer for sale, on u good 'terms'aa; _
Tke Counsel for the State in'the trial were JOSEPH B. LANCASTER, Estate of EDER O'JfEILL deceased.JAMESd Sticks, of various sixes, on delivery theycan; be had at any store in Florida'the
Mr. Solicitor ISAIAH D.HART, :: T. ONEILL. at this office, immediately. March 5. following articles, YlII'DRY ,.- a' i
General and Mr. De
Lyonfor STEPHEN EDDY, April 3, 1835. --Cwl5 .. r
,all, the prisoners; Messrs. .Kollock:and ELIJAH .JHLLIAMS, FOR, SALE. GOODS., .

Houston.. i ..MILO K. PINCKSTON, NOTICE. TUST' received per schooner George & Broadcloths, Casslmeres,. SattinetU,. and I
JOHN W.. RICl1 RD. indebted Note eJ Mary,' from Charleston, one hundred Negro Cloths, green,red,and white. Flannel,
.' Jacksonville 23 1833. 17 ALL persons to me by or bushels Corn. WM 13. ROSS.. bleached brown and ,
Tin,WEATHER during the;last week 1 has ,April are requested to make imrne- ; ; Calicoes"checkL stripe, plaiel
Jacksonville Feb. 18. 6tf Homespuns Cambrics Muslins
been didte to 8. Streeter. who is du
very warm., The mercuryon Wednesday STODART t CURRIER, authorized payment Esq. ,Bilks, Gloves, Hmiery, &c. &c. .
ly to receive ana'receipt for the '
rose to'90() above We have since been XVLOORAPHIC and LAND AT ST. PABLO
favored with refreshing and showers. and En ; '
reviving ORAYKRS.: 03"No further indulgence'can be erven. Brace
and box Stoves
No. 1 Wall-street New York, Subscriber offers for sale l for.cash or Cooking, parlor, ,
Vegetation is rapidly advancingandit JOHN WARREN THE and common Fire Setts, Lamps, and CandleSticks 4
,, gives us state that the Jacksonville, March 28: 3w15 or good acceptances Percussion Guns broad and
to Cap
'great pleasure ; PROCLAMATION FOR AN the following tract of fine Live Oak ham } i
orange trees on soD points: J of the river,give ELECTION. A CARD. mock land on' St Pablo Creek bounded as narrow Axes, Adzes,' hatchets, Hammers.Augers aid
Shovel Door-latches Butts.
Indications of life, and prospects of resuscitation. is that election follows, via i-on'the West by Pablo Creek, ,
NOTICE hereby given, an ,XTEr thenndersignedpusengersonboard Winslow Ftwter's land Screws, &c. &.c. c
on the North by on
held in the County of Duval,on Y V the steamer Florida, take this methodof
the 1st Monday,of May 'next, for a Delegateto returning our thanks to Capt Hill, for the theEast and couth bylands; of Corn.liusTaylor FURNITURE lJ. "\
.This is the second number' since we commenced represent the Territory of Florida in the kind and gentlemanly conduct to us while on containing For two hundred rand thirty- S r4l and Couchei, work, card, toilet andj

the official publication'of the'Tern. next Congress of the United States; at the our passage from Savannah to this place ; and three acres particulars I. D.apply HART to dining Fabler) Washstands, Looking Glasses \. 1 I
or '
torial, Laws;, They will for some weeks take following places and under the superintendence recommend with pleasure his boat to passengers JAMES'DELL, Bedsteads, &c. &c. ; '
of the following persons, to.wit;- to St. and Plc lata. '
travelling Augustine
Jan. 4tf I
up much of our paper, but we think, the IB- Jacksonville, 22. GROCERIES A PROVISIONS. ;
Robt. McAllister.
JUKSOlfTILLZ-WiUiam J. Mills, Robert Tavlor. I G. W. .
formation important, and"the pay, (so far as it Bigelow, and John W. Richard. C. H..Evane; R.lt.Belknap, NOTICE Coffee Champalgne Tea loaf and brown Sugar, Bottio ; ;j
goes) a great help to the A. B. Harden, Geo.. J. Kollock Cider, ,Claret, I'ortt and Sherry <
concern. Charles Bra
BROWARD CEDAR CREEK:- LL hereby notified that Wines Bpices, Soap Lamp Oil Tobacco
persons are pur- ,
Charles Hubert, W.P. Rider,' A
Gov. ward, John Broward,and Francis Broward Wm. H. Howland J. want to the Act of Congress, of March2d Floul'JUcer'Corn, Pilot Bread Beef and ,
Eaton has Gaerard, '
left Tallahassee '
with the I\IUDARllf-C Reed, James Plum. Howard Malcolm, Geo. B. Prouty, 1831, entitled, An Act provide for Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, Salt, huh, Potatoes w E, 1
intention of passing the 'summer in Tennese. mer,'.and Alexander W.Creighton. H. W. Andrews. the punishment of offences committed in cutting Butter and Cheese, dcc.'&o, 1

.- The Executive duties will in the 'mean 'WHITESVILLX-Matthew II. Philips, Samuel To Capt.Hill, Picolata Feb. 17, 15.t Timber or removing'Llve Oak and -AtSO- ti

lime. U' di-chareed 6f George K; Walter, Y.- Garey; and Thomas'J, Brown. oilier or trees reserved'will be for naval Drugs, 'Medicines; and Paints "-A variety
Positive requiredof C
Esc. Secretary of the Territory. ST.Jonns Biurv-Matthew: Jinklns,John :ICTNOTIOJ3.J3I purposes.all proof such the of Crockery and GUM Ware Books and ,.
Houston and Lewis Christopher. persons shipping Stationary a large assortment of 'White. 1 y
had better ,
ri- LL who owe me has been from land. the
:::> \ you same not cut property
Messrs. John Baldwin & Co. have published ISAIAH D. HART, ll/ J\. come and pay me, for I won't of the United BtaUs, or from lands on Drab, and Black Hats. Caps, Boots and t ,'

a prospectus for a new paper, to be Clerk Duval County Court. ask you again. I._D. HART. which the Timber has been reserved for naval Shoes.-together with' a variety. of, other. arUcles. : -

called the "Tallahasse Gazette and GeneralAdvertiser NOTICE. Jacksonville, March 2. lOt! purposes. JAMES Collector.DELL, BLANCHARD RIDER. '

," the first number to be issued Weeks after date, I shall, apply to the NOTICE. January 1,1835. \ tf 2 Jacksonville, Jan. 1, 1835. ,' '

.daring the ,ensuing summer or early in the SIX the Judge of Dowel I County, for i Cotton hides l lIlqrns
indebted to the subscriber>; CTN. -CASII 'paid for ,
the Estate of persona
fill. letters of Administration on ALL CHARLES"IIOYT offers hU /
JOHN LAMY. late of said Co ty.OEO.EAtING.. by Note or Book account, are re DR.' services to the inhabitant.otJaek.onville Tallow, Deer bklns, Furs, Beeswax,

CPThe'Superior Court for this County will quested to settle the same without' delay; and and of this section Florida, Moss 1, Orange Peel-, &c. B, &. Ro'i i
after the
15. no wiH be given at ray store
hold a session here on Monday, the 4th of Fleming's Island, St.Johns'JApril 10th March. 1IARDT H. PHILIPS. u a Surgeon and PJtysictan.

May next. Judge Reid, we are informed, is NOTICE. Jacksonville;, March 3. lOt! Jacksonville Jan.-2)! ', ,+1K15. Btf NOTICE. I

!Determined to clear the Docket, as far as lies WEEKS AFTER D TE I shall NOTICE. THE Copartnership heretofore, existing
e '
:NO: Ic the subscribers under the 6niolWATEnfA
ba the power of the Court. SIX apply to the Judge of' Ntssau County A LL persons indebted"to the subscriber by &, PINCgSTON. U this
Court, for letters of Administration, with the ALL persons indebU4 tf the late concern Book or Note, are requested to make f
t IJ"Puf ,Agents to .whom we have sent Will annexed, on the Estate of EMI BRU- WATUUU* ft Pi*qurotf With please payment by }pie 25th inst. or suit will be day discolred by AD1N WATERMAN consent
make payment on ot;rbc&jfj lfM insC or commenced without
h.iUs for collection, are authorized to receiptothers' JVETTE;deceased.. ;ROBT.. DAY. suit will be commenced yieVi..t respect to delay.J, B. MASON. MILO K. PIHCKSTdN.JseksonUl. +

them,'and of every description to 24th March, 1835. Ow 14 persons. M., .,P4CK8TON, Jacksonville, Jan. 15. '8w3BLANKS ., Jan 19... ,
"; and they will oblige us by attending to JatluonvilleFebW. 'p .W! 8 firm
this NOTlCli of all description Printed at :ALl. persons (Indebted to the above
notice.. ',' NOT :;_ at short notice. requested to make immediaU .pay*
this dati I shall meat to the subscriber who If duly uthori
Six Cozrnn.lD .=Tbia SIX Weeks from DuvalCounty indebted telfcesubecrlber by DTAIso( Job Work in a handsome style. II t
MOHTBI iw :A Judge of the Count Court of ALL persons ted (settle,the same. Alt person Mtios; .
ch sought for book ia for; sale at O. for letters of Adnmistration: on the or Note, are nfsMtod to makeiro- and on reasonable term. claim will please call oq the .ubscnbe. fart. x'uWement.
Steely irf this city. 'We ho err Arne. Estate 01 LEYIX GUJB dec.ued. mediiie. payment, or tMmr&t be pot to tort.WHtJAH .: Justice 'Blank*-Deeds Bill* of Lading .. t 4 $ .I

''twain will read i it, and ee w&PU to be ex: JAME4 T, O'NEILL. B. ROSS. -Manifest, &c.. constantly r sale at ere = ;: &ULO K.'PINCK8TbN.. 'J: i f

posted from Seminariei qf learning. eon- April,um. f 6wl5 JaekKmrUIe, Feb J" ..8tt :this officer ;,' \. Jan. 19., U 41f .:.,......;"it ,

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f ,i:0: 1\1 I-S,0'''''E tiu 'NEOUS.A .. TALLAHASSEE- ,J : ; Jacksonville and services of this section to the inhabitantsof ,of Florida. ; THE SUBSCRIBER Southern Agriculturalist, having. from pure
--" ita I
LEAIU'fJNCJ' 'TRADB.: There ore rnaby March 14th, 1833. J aa Jacksonville a Surgum'and Jan.Physician..& 1835. ',j5tf''' Editor and proprietor Mr. John D. I,,
; solicits the
and Com- support of the friends of t
i who dislike ,the name of wwcfomte, OIIN II. EATON Governor A
peOplo ture, and of the interests
mander.in-Chief the
of the Militia of connected
: .and, ,who would, rather than put their chit and NOTICE. throughout the. Southern States. Ith.

of Florida has constituted
hard at their Territory appointed i take this method of indebted to the subscriber by ?
,dren! to honest.trade, tug the following Staff:- above Company ALL persons published this work'for Mr. Legare
: tbusineftandHve for the sake of Executive that they have Note are requested to make fW
I sparingly TIIOI. BROWIT, to be) Adjutant General ; informing.the'public or commencement, in the year 1828 andlT. '
,, *giving them a college education.( 'They Hxjrftv Wi8niiGT05,Quarter-Master Gtn. purchased two Steamboats, the MACON payment-by the 25th inst. or suits will bo thus practically acquainted with tie mod!'

((think meanly of him who wears the leather HECTOR W. BRADIIC, of Leon, and EXCEL) which boats are b run reP commenced without delay. which it should be conducted. Its pub]

'u, V ,' apron, and is not dressed in finery and PETER W. G.u1TIERjr..Jacbon, f Aids-de- laxly between ,Darien and Macon, leavingDarien i J. B. MASON. tion will be continued on the same tel'l1lll11

, ( 'sh ". ThU we believe is the reason why Gzo.: S. HAWKISS, Franklin, }f Camp. The steamboats once every will week draw with only two 26 tow inches boats.of Jacksonville, Jan. 15.' 3w3 in the same manner'as heretofore 'with ,a

rp'' there are so many pettifoggers and 'vagabondsin GKO.: E. Cruse, Escambia, each. The i NOTICE. improvements as his experience may sun
r the world. Many a Bon has been And it is hereby required and ordered,that water with two good, engines in 'As the subscriber is solicitous to make '
Officers company have been at great expense to place creditors, legatees, and persons enti- Journal the vehicle for
the of Ins all Militia of the Territory, respect ALL dissemminatinff
with expectation
sent to college them such. this line of steamboats in the Ocmulgee and to distribution of the Estate of information, not only with Use
'' excited but like the fable and obey as regard to e
; 'parents highly By order of.the Governor, and Command AltAmaha and riversw uld res2.ctfulfYBOliciL ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON; lished systems of husbandry, but also
'. of the mountain he :has only produced a the patronage of the public. This line will mental efforts' in
Wp.think highly of colleges be for merchants who wish to decease!, and late of Duval County, please griculture 'and
mouse. our facility he invites
THOS. BROWN, take notice that thelf .claims and demands free and unrestricted cooS
and literary institutions, and rejoice to see ship their goods by the way of Savannah or nication from
Adjutant Gen. of the Militia of, will be barred by operation of law, unless all persons in thZ
but pleased to Darien, to Hawkinsville and Macon .or in .
them prosper; wo are more : forthwi exhibitedoE'at expiration'' of pursuits. 'Let no one imagine'that
see an individual's mind turned in a right ADJPTAKT OtJfEIUL''OnICE, ) shipping Cotton to' Savannah. Arrange : facts or isolated solitary
four wee cs from the date of this, and I hereby experiments and too trivial
ments have been made to forward cotton or
There.are hundreds of lawyers Tallahassee March 14 1835. Sri be communicated.
L current. Savannahand notify all concerned,to appear on the first ,All systematic knowl.
who would, have made better mechanics ; i.the duty of the Adjutant General to goods Darien.without detention between Monday bf May next'at the County Court to edge is but the aggregate of humble particu-

;. rand have,obtained a better livelihood.r .-- to the War Department,the number No exertion or will be spared to be noldeq at the Courthouse at Jacksonville, fc"J; 'and Sci6fn1' in every department, h

al And .we have no, doubt there are many of effective Militia within this authorised Territory give the greatest despatch expense to goods or cottonshipped in the County of Duval, when I shall make brought tit perfection,not through_. the insti.
the end that the of Arms of HTWTTTs*
to quota mentality a exna.ordjn
would stand the said Court for general'set mind
mechanics who 1 high'at this line. application to a ,but
t bar, had ther'been blessed wit e liberal to said Territory, may be furnished, which by tlement of my accounts,'and a discharge'of by the contribuy ] JticularV,
the above boats individuals generally many
cannot be done until the effective strengthof Agents for : administration. and after the
child 'talents my la ,
education. But if a have a
the Militia is made known. It is ordered help desirous
Savannah.J. mll.nyyears, therefore
a > -they Will toot remain hid; and no matter and directed therefore that the Militia Officers as facts to record
Admr.'E t..E. Williamson. many a* can be furnished
GODDARD & Co. Macon.
011 ,what his'trade or profession is, they will throughout the Territory, as early as and from the planter, who is ,
: burst forth There are VMITCHEL> &.CoLLi.ts, Darien. -. Jacksonville, Feb. 12, I835: 4w7'' !systematic i in
later ;
Sooner or practicabli, make out and forward a roster to J..E. & B. DXLEHO Charleston. his experimental labors, an account of hi.
'man : :'distinguished Individuals in the Brigadier' eneral Call, of Tallahassee,to be failures as well a his successful efforts
1834. '
world who Were bred to mechanical trade, : condensed and submitted to the Adjutant Dec NOTICED i. I be acceptable. If the last are worthy of being

Many of the editors of our best conducted General, that this necessary information, 'so THE 'STEAM PACKET I ALL persons are hereby' notified that'pur- recorded that they be imitated, the brat
r journals were mechanics, and do credit to important to the Territory of Florida, may be to the Act of.Congress,pf March2d should be noted in order to be shunned.
sent to the War FLORIDA.CAPT. 1831 entitled An :Act ,to for The'subscriber
r 0 the :.stations they occupy.' And our mechanics DepartmentBy provide hopes that this appeal to brig
order of the Governor and .Command the offences commtted in fellow
,1'' too generally speaking, are the punishment cutting citizens of the South will) not be in
er-in-Chief. "THOS. BROWN Liie Oak'and vain. It reproach
'" of the community. destroying, or removing would be a to our Planters
Industriouspart 14 < Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia. other Timber,' or trees reserved' for naval to meet the fate of the Southern Review. Of

They arc: almost always busily employed. r I purposes." Positive proof will.b required the last it may be justly said, that it 'was iuf.

But it is apt to' be otherwise with professional TREASURER'S: NOTICE. .-R. A. HILL of all persons shipping such Timbe\\, that the fered to fall,when it was not only rearing for

men. They.pro often dilatory minis : same has not been cut.from lands the'property us a well merited fame as 'a literary
It is an effort'for,them to bend their J, TREASURER'S OFFICE, 7 "IXnLL rUnonce.week 'from' Savannah'Yf' 'of the United States, or'from Knds ,on but it.was also vindicating the Southern people halt:

"to,& different pursuit. They aro'twell in- March 8th, 1835. ) to Picolata,\touching at, Darien, St.Mary'e'Jackionville which the Timber has been reserve for naval its from the unjust aspersions;which have

'l 'formed,because they spendmuch ortb'cir BY act passed 21st November,.1821), iiI.pronded and Mandarin. ; purposes. JAMES DELL been so liberally bestowed upon us out of our
jj [time in reading, but this is ah unprofitablebusiness :' that all Bonds executed by WILLIAM DUNCAN 'Collector.)) section of country. The Southern Api.culturaliflt" .

F fj unless we have. ,some definite Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judge Agent at Savannah. January 1,1835. tf \ ,2NOTICE. in I some,'meaaara, nunnlio tl..
object in'view. ., of the Count'u.Court to the Treasurer of the January.),'1835. 1 place of the Southern, Review-far as regards

G .'In.the o ,remark. ,we wish it not to be Territory of Florida; and thatall Auctioneersshall .. .- the circumstances last' alluded to. It\

,understood that wo think lightly of'pro- quarterly, each,year commencing on NEW GOODS. copartnership Heretofore existing be serves as a:,Register not'only of methods of
the 1st of transmit to the Treasurer THE
fessional men generally;' for we do not.- oath January, Subscriber has for sale the following the subscribers, under the firm of Husbandry but also of facts relating' to our
under taken THE
before some Judge, a'copy DUDllfGTOl' system Slavery. The subjects of the deci-
,We wish'to"addresa'ourselves merchandise. I & BALDWIN, expired tjiisday by
particularly of all sale effected him with the
by : mine, the treatment the characters of
its limitation. ,
Blankets 50 to own our
:to those": who riM hesitating whatbecupation'tq and what Superior quality from $4 |
It parents" at time and place, and for whom $550.per pair. All .persons having demands agunst said Slaves, are fairly suited to its'pages, and
: their' children. Are the'same was made. Now Auctioneers M
give :
' A good quality Negro cloth 71.2c. pr yd. firm are requested to present then without, constitute topics as interesting and importantas
take notice of'laid
they ingenious' ofmechonieal: pur are required to law, and Irish Linen from 50 c to $1.00. delay to either of the subscribers.' any which can engage either our own at
suits?, Give them a trade., Do:they love conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds. for $1.00, O. BUDINGTON( tention or the,attention of those,abroad,who

c 1 to.:study, and cannot give,their attenton' be instituted. Judges of the ,County, : Courtsare 3-4 Homespuns unbleached lOc per yard, | .H. D: BALDWIN., feel a legitimate interest,in our concerns.

,any thing else ? Send them to coUege.Let .- requested without delay, to' forward, Superior fancy stripes 18 3-4c. I i Black Creek, NoV{5-1834." 1 1 The subscriber begs leave, in conclusion,
your children choose themselves what properly certified and approved, the Bonds.of, Silk h'dkfs from 60c to $150, j I remark, that if he had hot (undertaken to

:trade profession' they 'will follow, and Auctioneers. in'their. CHARLES possession., AUSTIN 'unbleached Shirting par yard by: NOTICE.i-\\ continue the publication of this Periodical,i it,

what tKtytselect) will generally wrove the. 'Treasurer of the Territory.of Florida., the piece, or 6 y'ds for one dollar by retail, ALL'persons 'indebted to' DOCT.\ E. S. most, probably, would' have been either removed
,most advantageous in the end. Hut never c 14 Shirting bleached from 13c to 25c pr yd, 'are' to call, and' from .our' city, or been suspended..
Fancy'dress and furniture 'calicoes from before Whether it will be in hill power to continue i it,
think a trade too humble for your sort to settle the same, on or. the 20tJ inst. as will
I- :work at, nor a'profession too important for DRY GOODS, ,Gp OERIES, fee. l3c to 25c per yard by the piece:' L no further indulgence can be given. The the depend not only on'the Pecuniary
LiteraryContributions of Southern Plan
' (: SattinetU from 871-2c to $1 :l superfine, r subscriber has all
him acquire. Let'every parent pursue THE Subscriber has6n: hand, and offer cloth the notes and,accounts: of ters., lie confidently now leaves this matter
t this ,with his saleptttiaiaasblatermcthe: followtioops. Superfine $450 per yard, Doctor Aldrich, and is authorised to give legal
children and areamleery'1o -
course we ., White and red flannels from 371-2o in'their hands, feeling a' full'' asSurance that
'J : WQ\ .... L_pptlHWlt" rtN.Y ,1. J. is..: .....'*""" ...,_ ...., 2 l-Qo per' yard receipts and discharges., there is wanting on the part of onrTlanUn,

"' ,nd 1: the'= Xftu' ;'c b.never JJn'W" : ., Bed tickings from 18 3-4c to 25c per yard, JOSIAH GATES. neither the liberality nor mental energies necessary
' : 1.13roadcldths' Sattin tts Negro Clothswhite :Jacksonville, Jan. 6th,1835. '2w 2 to sustain the Southern
er 1 ? fore -a child t W ; MusquiU netting,good quality $125 pr p. Agriculturist
.f ; ;it must be ,natural to him. itdisregai and yellow, Flannels, bleached and ; A. E. MILLER, 'Publiaher.harJeston .
for,a,child's inclination in tbis,;respect has brown Check Silks striped e4n plaid Homespunsl A good usortmentLof fancy belt ribbands- WINDOW SASIIES, j : S.:,C.;Dec. 11834.

-often proved his. ruin, or at least, unfitted Calicoes, ,' Oloveet Linens, ImporteaGinghams shirt i buttons-silk-sewing silk-.ball andspool OF different sizes, constantly for sale 'Tersons'desirons of'subscribing can apply
Cambrics,Stlk Hdk'fs. Bomba, thretd=writing-paper-euperior'do. to W.:'WILLIAMS Savannah at thii
.. .,him for,the duties of life. zettes By JOSIAH,FOG. ," or
Oznaburgs, Burlaps, &c. ladies white hose-hornand wood combs- office. 8
""" [Boston, Mechanic. Jacksonville,'January,28. ,5t1TO ;; .. .
w *"""""" r .. HARD WARE ,AND CUTLERY.. silk i and otton !umbrellas-and .;good asBornraentpf 1 : 2:
A.blooming. l with the i curious Lamps', Candlesticks Owns! Axes Adzes, SUOEMAKERS. THE BOSTON PEARL AND,LITERA
coupl ,
pUent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, 'DRUGS AND MEDICINES. GA ETTE. Volume Fourth-
cognomen of Ben Swan and Sally Schunck, Butts Screws Brass Knobs Hoes,Sad Irons A GOOD Shoemaker who will attend to Published every week, byIAAC '
were brought up by ,Tell, a watchman, Pad-Till-Chest-Trunk-Gun="-Closet-;, IlJ"'TluiaboTe articles are of the best quality his business, and be industrious,-wouldbe C. PM V.

who told a long tale, of divers delinquencies Brass port pad-Kniili" and Mortice Locks, cash; and wjll be sold for a small advance', for establishing' : and receive good The work wijl be published weekly, etch

and misdoings that they ,had been Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel. or produce.JOHN'W.. RICHARD.- pay by himself in this place. number containing eight 'large quarto psgei?
M 'j RUnty of. It appeared that Ben and Sally yards, Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Binges, Jacksonville, Jan. 15. 3tf -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscel
'hid taken'' one another: for man and 'wife Cork Screws. Hand and 'croll"cut' Saws, Jacksonville, Jan;fir: 4tf laneous and original matter, printed on superior

by'tbemselveBj'Hke'a couple down oast the Knives 'and Forks, Brittania-Plated Table GREAT NATIONAL WORK.' white paper, with'perfectly new type. A

other day ; with ;this'eReendal\ difference, and Tea Spoons, Iron Squares, Pocket Compasses NOTICE. AMERICAN, e MAGAZINE, handsome title page and correct index will
that there were'no witnesses present'at the Drawing Knives, Braces, Socket ALL persons trespassing on the land of the Ofusrful and Entertaining Knowledge;to le il. be furnished, and Jhe work at the end of the

fatter plighting of troth-' Chisels &c.GROCERIES. formerly owned by WilliamB. lustrated ly numerous Engravings.BY year,will form an excellently printed volumeof <

f.1. Nature their guideTheir & PROVISIONS.: Ross, and situated on Six Mile Creek, in THE: BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. four'hundred, and sixteen pages, equal to
priest-was! solitude., Coffee, Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugars. the Territory of East Florida, shall te dealt three'thousand duodecimo ''pages.-
In an amorous fit, Ben a to'his Champaigne, Maderia-Claret-Port and with according'to.law. THE sM cess vrLich: has attended the pub The Volume will contain twenty-six pieeei
sang in song Malaga 'Wines,'Spices, N. E. Rumt Ameri JOHN YOUMANS: of the best Magazines from the of music for the Piano Forte, &C. equal tone
y sweetheart Sally our Alley. 3. English Press, has led to'preparations for issuing hundred of sheet music which
She told him that be true : can: Gin, Holland Gin,Brandy ,!Tabacoo Jacks6nvilIef'March IwlO common ,
, was a swan-be ,Flour; Corn, Rice, Pilot bread Butter a periodical more particularly adaptedto could 'not"be purchased separately for Ie>'
r' wan always'sinldng, and would'' no doubt Crackers, Beef, Pork,' Codfish, Mackerel, TEN DOLLARS REWARD. the wants and taste of the American pub than five dollars;'and the publisher is determined

die singing, "That's what you'll never Butter- Lard, Cheese; Figs, 'Almonds, 'liaisons lic While it will be the object of the pro to procure the simple rather than tin
live to see, you ,Schunck: : ," says.Ben, in a Apples, Hams, Bologna Sausages, 'RANA W Y from the sub prietors to make, the work strictly what its complex and difficult. *
"y burst of passion., "Scbunck," 'says she, Onions, &c. a Negro man na title indicates, it will, nevertheless, containall Although,the publisher places no' depen-

r marry coins -a skunk has some sense : &c.ALSO- med Charles, and a ffegro woman ,articles interest.to its patrons, which dance,whatever,in the support of it,as a literary ;

' but a ,swan,is a leetle, the ,silliest, of all 'Drugs and Medicines, Paints Crockery is about named Dorcas. The man appear in foreign Magazines. paper, from its engravings,yet there will
'quadmpeds. And I shouldn't be a'skunk and Glass Ware, Powder ,and Shot, Shoes, L forty year old, and Extensive' preparations have,been entered be presented occasionally, plates from copper
Boots and woman thirty-eight. The into, both with Artists and Authors to furnish too wood beautiful l and finish
c all this time If you hadn't behaved like a a great variety of articles to'numerous is workmanship
rascal and took: in." "I took to mention.. nan very black-about five from all parts of the Union, drawings ;i Already have appeared, a beautiful!
me you in t i" feet nine inches in and illustrations of
height,- subject of interest ,
every of James Fenimore.
IIARDY Iii Cooper
='" PIIILIPS. engraved portrait
bays Ben it was you took me in. 1 never with the African marks on his face of his native which the publishers confidently believe willenable titl
: AAA \ was so deceived l life when N. B.-CAIH paid for Cotton, Hides Deer The is executed on steel'and a chaste,vignette
., rainy ,aa look country. woman about five feet them to issue a'work honorable to its
for Skins; Tallow, Furs Beeswax, Moss. Deer nine inches and rather thick page, engraved on copper.
you a wurtuous .woman. This was a set Any person title and acceptable to the American'People. Its contents will be various and spirited,ai
settler and U' Horns,&0;* H. P. returning them shall receive the The American
; at they went, hammer and above Magazine is published there'will be a general record of Occurrences
tongs, till the watchman pounced upon Jacksonville,.Jan. 15, 1835. 3ttSUGA.R reward. HENRY W. MAXEYi. monthly--each Number containing between Statistics, Obituary notices, &0. &*. a

them and inylted them to accompany him Cedar Point, March 4. IwlO forty and fifty imperial octavo pages, at ,,Two addition to the-Taleu: ,Legends/ ; : :
'''''- :MILL FOR SAx.E. !>oixainpor,annum, nlswdcal
the",1itc house.;;-N.'Y. Transcript. payable in advance. .llimgr Utararyy- rri-T-1ina
., 7. A GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in the DESIRABLE, MILL\ PROPERTY' It oompn Portraits and Biographical Sk phi,-Poetry, &c.'making aa
Porrizro'' lJC QiJ'JSTIOl'f.-A: ale of & New Sugar Mill, from West FOR SALE. Sketches of distinguished Americans ; Viewsof elegant paper the parlor,and for the lover

school Miss, whose teachers had young Point Foundry; diameter of Centra'Roller, Public Buildings, Monuments, and im- of polite literature, contributions will be
her that taught two fret two and a half inches,and. two outer THE Subscriber 'offers for sale his Saw. provementt; Landscape scenef1-the bound secured from some of the moat popular American
two negatives
were equivalent to ones, one foot ten and one-fourth inches together with' the improvements, less variety and beauty .of which, in this authors. -

an affirmative on being asked by a suitor with Iron cogs, points, &c, as' dad a set of and four hundred,and seventy acres of Land, country, will form an unceasing source of instruction The work will be printed. wen,and contain
for her assent to marry him, replied No, Kettles from the noted Foundry Scotland, attached thereto) the greater part of which and gratification; Engravings and as much reading matter a* any 1i1arquarto.'paper'

no.1. The 'swam looked astonished and known by name of the Carran Foundry, war' abounds in superior. Yellow-Pine timber- descriptiofs of character, habits, &c. of now'pubti.hed'is'' '' the United

bewildered: she referred him to Murry: ,, ranted and proof, as malleable Iron, The ca there are about fcrty acres cleared and enclosed Birds, Bests, Fishes, and Insects, together Stases; and it can safely and truly be called
when for: the first time he learned th of; the grand Kettle is three hundred the improvements'consist of a large with every subject connected with the Geography cheapest journal of the kind.TFRMS .

,no, not meant yes. atgallon.., and proportioned, graduated to frame Dwelling.House, nearly new, and History, Natural and Artificial resources -Three dollars per annum, 'as Lbs
four suitable out buining The Mill is of waterpower of fie country,;illustrated in familiarand ,dyance. -
sixty gallons, being to the set; all of a paper is firmly established-to be paid in
COI'fVOAL' ENDEAar=NTL-"My dear, which, with Coolers, Vats, and a Cistern to was built to carry two saws A though popular manner. Two dollars for six.months, to b*
HI thank for'a contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be but one has beef put in operation. second BoUn Bticick Company. paid! in advance.
you 'little more in
.,., coffee if you please." sugar my disposed of, I if applied for shortly, for at least eoniderable laW, and a sma I Grist Mill, could, at an in- No. 47, I Court Street. Boston, 1834. J
tw twenty-five per cent below cost. ex ease advantageously put O"Editors of -
*'My'ilearl don't 'd at'me. I'd Newspapers throughout the
asaoon A line directed to E. B, COX,'on Sidon in operation. e.above property sitnaUd United atitet;who will publish the foregoing JOHN A. SILLOWAY
bare you, call me devil as on Black Crel two miles below the ,
my ferry
McIntosh ,
.dear.- Plantations County, Georgia,'(u and twelvifr* St. John's River the Mm Pro pectni, and notice the contents of the RId Estate and MercJundue footer,'No..$1EKhangettrtet ,
Manager,) will be attended
to. Magazine from time to timeshall be
Well, my devil then-I'll) thank you March 12. 4wll stands bmhcdia ely on the Lank of the Creek, to the first volune. entitled Boston, MusiTTTILL .
,for a little more sugar in my coffee. I A'further due* puonls deemed unnecessary, attend to the wlliaf and buyeatthe l
:" ..... ;. NOTICE. u persons wish ng to purchase can examine Any person i mining the snt. by mail, ,VV of Real ,Estate in: every part of,
for themselves by calling on the subscriber, post paid, Te Dollars, six United States. People desirous of emigrw
Wojas, WofcDsv A gentleman lately) ALL person indebted to the subjcribw, residing on the remiieL copies for,one* eats=and continued as long ing from one part of the Union: to kBOtker,

ppeakUJg clergyman, whose discourses by note or book, account, are requested If the abov mentioned property is not disposed u the money U 1 regularly forwarded. can always-receive ,,correct information )J
were by DO means deficient in uwrtk aid to ..LU. the same without delay| of A liberal will be paid
-- by-Jh.J6rst of August next, it will pri f4rappropriateand applying at his office.. IB_ will
he had frequently known him and no credit will be given at their storeafter then be well wn article or medelivered
to whip one leased,fy one or two yean. } drawinp, mu.- for ) ,
'rUe In a peck. measure* for a whole after* *the- 1st. of' BLANCHARD February.; & *e. f HOMASJ. BROWN. trative ofUmt net nil subjects.JMe1ll ,&'Jn;' at .TarlE.or Comroonkatioa

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