Jacksonville courier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028424/00029
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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: May 7, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025285
oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00029
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JACKSONVILLE- COURIER, PUBLISHED BY AUTHORI7T. thereof; and also the further quantity of at their discretion,. and' closed, at their! all claim by the United States thereto : it'i't if: ,!
A WEEK: -: land necessary for depositories and for the pleasure. Provided,that no tract of land claimed and 1 \
PCBtlSHED OHCB JIT LAWS, 'erection of shops, warehouses, wharves, Sec. G. Be it further enacted, That incase confirmed as aforesaid, shall exceed five I j
L. "CURRIER & 90.; sheds, stables and other houses nod structures non-payment'of subscription oC miles square And where tho location is 'I
paj le half yearlyin TERRITORY f OF OF THE FLORIDA.PASSED for the business and trafic of said rail stock, or Of the first instilment, at the time not designated in or by the said{ claim so :
T&1lllu-$4 per year papers 12 baits:; toad, and generally to;carry into full effect required, or within twen-jr: days thereafter confirmed as aforesaid, and in any and ,, .: :
dv-"ce.-Single AT TIlE T1URTEEN1M SESSION, BE- the of said Provided the board of Directors ofstid '" ,
inserted and contracts object incorporation : company, hal} every caso where a claim so preferred for
Advertisements advertising, on Reasonable, GUN AND HELD AT THE CITY )F 'TALLAHASSEE that where said road may pass throughor have power to declare such stock forfeited consideration and confirmed shall onflict
made to.yearly f ON MONDAY, JANUARf 5th, AND intersect established towns 'or villages to the use of the'company; and In case oC with any other claim or claims, thif owner i' ,
terms. mail be ad- ENDED SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1835. not more, than forty feet shall be taken non-payment of a second or any subse- may, and it shall bo lawful for the Presi I
All communications WILLIAMS,,,by Editor .fine!may: Cou- JOltN, II. EATON, Governor. within a milo of the limits of such town or quent, so to apply any amount previously dent of said company to locate ,the same '
S-poiage! in all cases, to be 'd.AeeasTs GEORGE K.WALKER,Sec. of th Territory. village' unless a greater extent be granted received as to give to the delinquent subscriber quantity i in any other public 1
," JOHN WARREN President of tie Council. or given! : by the inhabitants! ; ,or public authorities or subscribers, or to allow them to lands, by the legalinrs\ and divisions but
FOR THZ'COU: E. I thereof. And the said \companymay retain, at their fill amount, 'number of no change of location shall exempt such 'I t I j
j t r take and appropriate to the"'construction shares corresponding to the amount paid, claim, or, any.land, tho location of which., ,0' \
: M I 820. No. iv.1 An
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'J.t. ''of said rail road or and to declare forfeited to tlit' of UK from, the lieu '
( r8t,1.1 e4: P.1t the: Union: Rail Road Company In the any buildings use may >o changed, hereby"created + ;
St. Jlugxatine"lohn E. A.: :,Esq. p, M. Florida. structures, or works connected therewith,; company, tho residue of stock unpaid for : in, favor of said company: Provided t
Mandarin NeumaniNllg.- Elhs 'Esq.. P.4: M. Territory of any timber,:,rock, stone, gravel, earth, or Provided, that the said, prev'uus paymentor the Congress of the United States
Spring Grott-J. Garnson,:Esq-P. M. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor other materials contiguous thereto, or ne- payments shall' amount to the sum of approve and sanction this act. I
GEORGIA.* and Legislative Council of the ,Territory of cessary to construct and keep the said rail one hundred dollars,, in which ease, a de- Sec. 0. Bo it further enacted,That where + ,
SI. Jtfary'i-A, Doolittle, Esq. P. M. Florida, ,That a company be, and th same ;. road and the buildings structures there linquent subscriber shall be allowed to retain a pledge, mortgage, and conveyance to the, r i
:Savannah-Sj Philbrick, Esq. .. is hereby incorporated by the nam and unto appertaining, in repair ; and may also one share. And any surplis receivedin said company, of,land, to secure tho pay- i
,Maam-Edmund, Russell. style of the Union Rail Road Comp y in stop up ana! divert from their natural channels such"payment payments, over and meat of subscriptions to the said capital
the Territory of Florida, and that William any'streams of water in the route of above the' amount of one 'SHOT, or any stock, shall have been made, to the satis-, t'
= B.. Nuttall and Jonathan Robinson, arid all said rail road ; but for tho passage of said number ,of shares, and not nrrounting faction[ of tho board of Directors, the said I
THE SOUND: OFTHE: SEA.BY who shall become subscribers nd rivers share shall also In lib subscribers 1
persons rail road over ordinarily navigablo another manner, ,to secure tho payment whoso
MRS HEMAICS.,' stockholders in said company,their successors for boats drawing.two feet water, or up- bo forfeited I to the use' of the company. subscriptions, such pledge, mortgage, and It
Thou art sounding on, thou mighty sea, and assigns,'are hereby constitute I wards, they shall erect bridges of such And ,the said company shall han power to conveyance has been made, shall bo exempted i I'I'S I
For ever and the same body politic and corporate and, by ,their form and elevation as in no ease to obstruct dispose of sell' transfer, mortgage and hypothecate from any payment on account of '
thee name aforesaid, they and their, eoiccessoi I the passage of boats or vessels usually: employed for their own ''benefit, the stock their subscriptions, and also for any forfeiture J
The ancient rocks yet ring to ; and assigns shall l be known in ,law, an in the navigation thereof; and tho so acquired. of stock, for the term of four years ,f II'
Those thunders naught can; tame have power to sue and be sued, plead, an .I said company shall be.bound to pay to thoproprietor Sec. 7. Bo it further enacted, That' any from tho time of commencing the said rail >>,
Oh!t' a glorious voice is gone ': be impleaded, defend and bo defended in or proprietors of all lands, prop- and all subscribers, being citizens or inhabitants road, and shall bo allowed the, reasonable
many earth all courts of law and equity;' and by their erty and materials so taken or acquired as of the Territory. of Florida, their time: necessary for preparing and complet'I'I I
'of '
From the rich bowers name aforesaid ,shall ''be''capable of' pur- Aforesaid, and appropriated to tho contraction heirs or assigns, opening any lot 'or lots, Ing their conveyances, any thing in this act I
And huah'd is many a lovely.one chasing or: otherwise 'taking, receiving, and repair of said rail road or the parcel or parcels, tract or tracts of land in to the contrary notwithstanding.. ;\
Of mournfulness or mirth. ,, holding, selling, transferring and'convey: orks or buildings connected therewith, said Territory, the title to which derived Sec. 10.,, lie it further enacted, 'That if J, j
', ing real and,personal property or estate, so nlcss the same,be given or granted gratui- from tho'United States, or heldb upon tho expiration of four years from the i
The Dorian flute,.that sigh'dof" yore far as the samo may be necessary,for exe- t>usly, or upon such terms mutually agreed of a Spanish' title,' confirmed by law and time of commencing sold rail road, any' I
,Along thy wave, is still ;. ? ,' cuting the legitimate objects of said corporation : upon, an adequate indemnification to be finally decided, shall have the right, privi- subscriptions, or any portion thereof any' 1 :
The harp of Judah peals no: more : ; of grantin, giving, and i receiving. Determined in the following manner, that lege and option, on giving written noticeto instalment or instalments secured, to bo, 1 Ij
,On.Zion's ,awful hill.: mortgages of and for the same ; borrowing is to say? It shall bo the duty of the judge the board of Directors, at the time of paid by a pledge, mortgage( and conveyance !
money ;>of contracting for, acquiring and of the county or r superior court, within subscribing, of their intention 'to''avail of laud, shall remain duo,to said com 'Iii't' t ,
And Memnon's lyre hath lost the, chord using engines, horses, cars, wagons, vehicles whose jurisdiction the said hod, property, themselves thereof) to pledge,mortgage and pany and bo unpaid, together with Icgal; : 'te. ;
That breath'd tbe'mystic tone, ,and vessels for the transportation of or materials may fie, upon application made convey to the said company any and all Interest upon the amount of each Instal. .I
And the at Rome's high triumphs pour'd, persons, goods, wares, merchandize, pro- by. the said company? with _factory such lot or lots, parcel or,parcels tractor mint, from tho time it may'have been declared d '
Are with songs her eagles flown duce, and,all articles and things whatever ; proof that notice has been serve upon the tracts of, land, for the purpose of securing by the hoard of Directors, to bo,duo j
.' of engaging and employing engineers,arti. proprietor, or proprietors or claimants, or to the said company the payment of their and payable the company shall have tho I '
And mute the Moorish horn, that rang ficers and laborers; officers, agents and published in'three of the most pu several and respective subscriptions. And power and are hereby ftuthorised,..UIm" I :
O'er stream and mountain.. free,, !" servants is the said company may deem in the county where the claim j is preferred, the said company shall receive as security I riving three monthsnotice in two newspapers \ t
Crusaders necessary or useful; and generally of entering at least twenty days before said application fqr the payment of stocks' such conveyances published in,the Territory of)Flori- i
And the hymn the leagu'd sang into aad executing, and by law en- to grant the writ of ad q od darnmim of land, at, two thirdsof the value I da, to sell the land so pledged, mortgaged : I
Hath died in Gallilee.. '. ,. ,' .' forcing, the performance! of any and all directed, to the sheriff) manmal .or other agreed upon between the parties,' or no I and conveyed as aforesaid, at nubile auction I '
But thou'Vt swelling on, thou deep; I contracts ;deemed by said company to bo proper officer, requiring hirr'to summon agreement being made, to be ascertained to' the highest bidder for'tbe best ',,,1'
olden clime necessary and proper to the full executionand three disinterested freeholder of the vicin- by appraisers, one of whom shall be appointed price that can be obtnlned, and if the ,
Through many an enjoyment of the objects of their said age or county, of lawful ageto'meet upon by the proprietor of the land, the amount of sales shall exceed the sum subscribed I
Thy billowy:anthem, ne'er,to sleep incorporation. They shall have and enjoy a day fixed by the said writ, and value tho other by the corporation, and if the appraisers or tho amount due to the 'company '
Until the close of time. I perpetual succession, and may have and said property or water' privileges under disagree in opinion by an umpire} \Vhillntercllt and costs of sale the, said k
use,a common seal,' and alter, break and oath, to bo administered by the officer to be chosen by such appraisers. And tho company shall be bound to pay!surplus
Thou liftest up thy solemn voice renew the same at pleasure. They shall summoning them. The said freeholdersshall Directors of said corripany shall have Power to the owner oldie land, and If bo a
To every wind and sky, have power to ordain and execute, all such meet accordingly, appraise and value at the time of receiving subscriptions, deficiency, the amount received shall be I.t
And.all our earth's green shores rejoice by-laws, rules and regulations, rot at variance the property so taken as aforesaid,together and before agreement or appraisementmay applied for the benefit of the subscriber in, "
In that one harmony. with the Jaws of the Territory or of with the damages sustained by the owneror bo had;to reduce subscriptions, 'considered eoch'; and every such case to whom it be- t:
the United States as may be deemed by owners. The appraisers shall make exorbitant, or greatly! dispropor- longs, In the manner pointed out In the .
It fills the noontide's calm profound, said corporation necessary or expedientfor their.report in writing to the officers sum tioned to the probable value of the land, sixth section of this act: Provided thatnothing I I
The sunset's heaven of gold ; their government, and the same to alter moning them, andthe, same shall be filed offered as ,security, to correspond with in this act contained, shall be' so
And the still midnight hears the sound, and amend. by him in the office of the clerk of said such probable) value ; and 'for good and construed, as to prevent the proprietors or', 1 I

Ev'n as when first it roll'd. Sec. 2. Be it .further enacted, )That the court within five days after it may be received sufficient cause, may reject any such land claimants of land pledged, to ,secure the'myment "I
said company shall have and enjoy tbe 'privilege and within thirty days thereafter, Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That, any 'of subscriptions from making1other i I
Let there be silence,'deep and strange, ,'right and power to survey, locate, the said corporation pay the amount and all subscribers,being citizens or inhabitants arrangements; or substituting other i 1
Where sceptr'd cities rose establish and construct a 'rail road from thereby awarded, to the proper person au* of the Territory ,of Florida, their security; satisfactory to the company. and
Thou speak'st of one,who doth not'change any point on the rivers or bays Ocklock- thorised to receive it, or to the said sheriff, heirs or assigns, being owners or claimantsof obtaining from said company .a release and
-So our hearts nee, Apalachicola, or Chocktawhatcbie, to marshal or' other proper officer, with fees any lot or lots, parcel or parcels tract or discharge of the land pledged, from the'.I
may repose.MARRIAGE.Marriage the City of Tallahassee, or from any inter and costs ; and upon failure so to do, it tracts of land, held or claimed under or by lien hereby created. t' ,
mediate point or place, to any other inter- shall be the duty of the said court to issue virtue of any grant or concession of land Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That subscriptions ; 1 I
is to a woman at mediate point or place, between the said execution for tbe ,full amount against the in this Territory, made by Spain or her to the stock of said company! tobe "
once, the happiest and saddest event of her rivers or bays, with power,' if they thinkfit said corporation. Either party shall be lawful authorities prior to the twenty- secured by pledges of land, shall be; received -
fifer,;.it is tbe proinisa of future bliss, rais- to continue said rail road to the northern entitled to the right of appeal from the said fourth day: of January, one thousand eight in preference to, and before'.other .' ,
ed on the death of all her present enjoyment boundary of Florida, and to intersect, award as in other cases ; and on the final hundred,and eighteen, and not yet finally subscriptions: Provided, that the amount '.... .i
She quits her home-her'parents 'or unite with the Tallahassee rail road, if decision of the question whether by the decided whether the original grant or con, of subscriptions 10' to be aecuml!* to be >
-her her occupations-her under the and the paid,shall not exceed the son) of five hundred j !
companions- completed, upon, such terms and appraisers or court, paymentof cession or other title under which the ;
amusements-every thing on which she such regulations as the said company may the money awarded or decreed, the said owner or claimant derives his title or claim thousand dollars, unless a consent to .: {
has hitherto depended for comfort-for af- be able'to contract for ; or upon failure to corporation shall be seized of the land involved was absolute and, unconditional, or made admit and receive a greater sum, or pro- I
fection-for kindness-for pleasure. The secure this privilege upon terms acceptable in said award in fee'ample forever. under conditions ; whether the claim or portion l be given by majority of tho.votes
parent by whose advice she had been to fee That the in court, not : of stockholders. ,
,the said company shall have power Sec. 4. It further enacted, claims 00 now pending or
guided-the sister to whom she had dared: cross the said Tallahassee rail road i and capital'stock of said company shall be one whether the claimant baa or bo not failedor Sore 12. Be it further enacted! That the
to impart every embryo thought and feeling the said company shall especially have million of dollars, divided into shares of omitted duly to present the claims for expense of executing and recording deeds,
-the,brother bo has played with her. power to form a junction with the rail road one hundred dollars each. But if the'rail- consideration, to any tribunal for that purpose mortgagee, and conveyances,of land fo' the a 'j
by turns counsellor and the counselled completed, of the Florida Peninsula and hereby authorised on the main stem organised! by law; shall have the I, said company, and also the expense of ape- i
-and the younger children, to whom she Jacksonville Rail Road Company at such and way branches, together exceed eighty miles rigbt, privilege and option, on giving writ praising# and valuing, Mid eland', as well as .
1lu,hitherto been the mother and the playmate place as may be found most' convenient, the capital stock may at the discretion,and ten notice, at the time of subscribing, of all and any expenses !attending the sale i
-ell are to be forsaken at :one fell and in the ercnt of the rail road oT that in the manner prescribed by the said company their intention to avail themselves thereof thereof* and all other expenses whates-
'Stroke-every former tie'Is''loosened-the company being completed as aforesaid,the be increased fifteen thousand dollars I. to pledge, mortgage, transfer and convey ever attending, or growing out or the d
spring of every-action'is to'be changed said Union Rail Road Company shall have For each and additional mile locatedover to the said company, the said lot or low, tabUsbplem of title In sand company ;and ( ,
and she flies with joy in the untrodden the every of land the conveyance of sold land,shall be rne' ,
yet power to,enter into any contract with and above eighty miles actually com- parcel or parcels, tract or tracts
path before her; buoyed up by the confidence -'said Florida Peninsula and JacksonvilleRail pleted. That subscriptions to said capital) for the purpose of securing to the said com and paid by tbe party giving such security; ,
of requited love,she bids a fond and Road Company,whether tbe end and stock shall be payable in such instalments, pany the payment; of their several and respective Sec. 13. Be it further enacted, That tho
;grateful adieu to the life that is past, and object thereof be; to combine their several at such place or places, and under the limitations subscriptions to the capital stock :, said company shall have and enjoy the exclusive
turns with excited hopes and joyous anticipation interests in one common property, or to restrictions, and exemptions here- thereof And such land shall be received right and privilege of transporting i
of the happiness to come. Then secure to the cars and machines of each, inaflet provided, at such times as the said : by the said company at a rate, not exceeding or conveying persons, gOOd., produce" and I
Woe to the man who can blight such fair the' reciprocal right of passage' over the company, or its board of Directors shall) I cue dollar and twenty-five cents the all other articles whatenrr: upon ,the said .'
lupes-who can treacherously such a road of the other; and to make! any and order and 'determine. That each share acre, unless the company agree to rccajto rail road, in ;its cl ., or may licence j
heart from, its peaceful\ enjoyment, and the every kind of arrangement designed to promote shall entitle the holder thereof one vote, I it at a higher rate. And in order to rearer strangers to the corporation, to act I
:watchful protection,of borne;-who can, their respective interests or the pub- either in person or by proxy. the aid land a certain and available ecu as carriers on their own account, or open's j
coward!.like l ,' break the illusions ,that have lie utility. And the said Union Rail Road Sec. K Be it: further enacted, That as :, rity to the said company, it shall be lawful said road to he public upon such terms t, r f
won her,and destroy the confidence which' Company stall have power to construct soon as it may be practicable after the IJUo for the l'resideat'thereof mid it ball be and under such.restrictions as they may l
love bad inspired.' Woe to' him who hu such branches of their said road as they sage of this act'the Directors of said com- I the duty: of the owner or claimant of the think proper to impose and may contract
too early withdrawn the tender plant from deem necessary, and to construct and pany, or any two or more of them, shall land to apply by petition to the judge of to deliver) goods, wares, merchandise, and t
the props and stays of moral discipline in use may'one or more tracks,'or sets of rails. cause books to be opened in the City of the superior court of the district where the produce, transported on their road, at any
'*hich ,she baa Been nurtured and yet Be it further enacted That for Tallahassee for the purpose? of receiving land is situated, or in ease of a claim Wa ;ort or place beyond either extremity, ana !
Sec. 3. ,
IDakes no effort to supply their place. of constructing the said railrOad subscriptions to the capital) stock, thereto no designated or ascertained place of survey ball have power to ensure the same against
the purpose location to of the marine, fire, or other risks, for such rates
for the of sixty day"and or any judge superi
Union Rai| Road kept open space
the said Company
the of Florida andit of premium and under such, stipulations
then be closed. And if the whole or court of Territory ; ) ,
level to
Dr; Barney savs,. that when be waatg. may enter upon, take possession of regulations and restrictions, as the sanlompany
of said stock be not then shall be the duty of the judge, upon receiving ,
his venerable teacher him a and to their own use, amount capital
appropriate and
gave graduate said books to be re- satisfactory proof of the conveyance ,may see fit to establish} they,
,which made a deep impression,and any land or water which may be necessary subscribed, mat cause the : of said claim, and if deemed just andequitable shall have the right to charge for tbe,trans, ,
other books, for same b'ur'pose
Which he endeavored to ever for the construction use and permanent opened, or ,
claim goods,
: the at to confirm the title In the wrtation of passenger, waS'f
same or
b be at any
go to bed at,night, be profili-N :2n.ot said rail road, to an extent not to opened : and nub confirmation shall be final merchandise, or produce the rat.Ji 43 i
Arts*** ** : feet each side other place, or places, in Territory.of ants ;
the oDe hundred :
I release urns to !
said a
conclusive as
*"; elsewhere i in the United States, and operate ,
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Georgia ll.iil Road Company' : "by J their act for the time being, in two newspapers, :, Our fellow "citizen have this 'week been L tho basest passions, have met with such

4 of incorporation, pawed February 14, published in the,Territory of Florid a 7 thathit gratified with a tisit from our former Dele decided reprobation ;in East have Florida; I fear jTh.e' Courier.THURSDAY r
ti 1831-nplnrovedFebrDaryJ1831" ; and elections of said company,majority gate Col. White.) On Monday, morning h e than in another district they had mote : =
0. constitute choice that the effect, but not enough, I trust, to do themischief'anticipated. MAY17 =
shall have shall ,
\vlie"the tolls: npontsnid} road of totes a ; addressed a large number in the Courthouse:, ,.
the stockholders the full amount of board of Directors, for the time being shall .
a't' ,paid In a felicitious .manner. The Election fora e
very There is or combination Delegate
the hold their offices until their successors no aristocracy
44 with all expenses
1 its cost together, 8reet
On evening; meeting of his I the in this took place in this' Mondpn r
a of the rich
Tuesday ,
.shall then ,pay two per centum shall be appointed ; that if from any cause, 'to oppress poor Territory on
: company on all J profit hvlt fen per centum into the no election shall take place as herein provided friends was held at the same place, and a country, And none but, a demagogue who inst. We have.'received but..: few etfWlIII e
treasury of they I'( -ritory. the said company shall not, on that Committee was appointed to wait upon him, is capable}of crying out for an Agrarianlaw I but will endeavor,to give correct andt-
1r' ,Sec. 14. Ue.it further enacted, That the account, be deemed to be dissolved ; that and invite him to partake of a public dinner would,, circulate for bis benefit such information, by publishing a,tabl of f C
4 flald cdrnpuny shall have a lien on goods, the board of Director shall have power to incendiarv notions. $ vote u
The is the correspondence :- far as they be
following can
i, ; relied
their It, pleasure to ,upon.
wares, merchandise, produce 'baggage, fill any vacancy that may occur wdulj give me great appoint
and l other, freight,for transportation? ,freight! body between the periods of election ; that At a public meeting at the Court Housein I a daf to meet you and the, citizens 'V a
c storage, and tolls; ; company shall have the right to detain, and and it shall be their7duty, to make a full May 5tb, 1835, for the purpose of adopting befo me ; but I am forced by my -D, 'a 1\1 A
alter giving twenty days hotico in a news report of the affaiiyof the company at the measures and making arrangements for a private en, agements to decline your invi- Jacksonvil 104 fi O 0 h
of the Directors dinner to'be to the lion. JOSEPH tation as I to leave town on Fri 2
paper published in die Territory, to sell annual meeting ; tnat any two public given propose Mandarin 1 '43 0
the same',or no much thereof as will satisfy shall have power to call and ordera M. WHITE, the day morn g. New Switz &rd"' 317G' 0 0 0 b
tit the amount due, wish{ reasonable costs,and! meeting of the/ irectors, whenever, in lion. JOHN L. DOGGETT was ,called to I shall >member with a due sense of St. August ne' "M*'< 5 '0 CI a
1 r expenses, at public auction. If; (torn the their opinion, tha1 interest of the,company the chair, ,and SAM'L... BURRITT, Esq. gratitude, i e intended honor, and beg you St. John's: luff( 37 ,,0 4 0 '
,. t riaturo,Mthe$ cW, there'bo excess: arising require it ; that t Win. B. Nuttall, Wm. chosen secretary?' w to accept f r those you represent, and for Drow d B 4 0 0 0
from SUCH sales, over and above the amount Wilson, Willis Alston, Samuel II. Duval, The object'of'the meeting having beenstated yourselves tprsonally, the assurances of the 4. 0 'c
due aforesaid,such excels shall be paid Thomas Brown, Frederick Towle, Tur- by the chairman, on motion of Col. high consi erations of respect with which The Superior for Duval County ,
;1 1 to.the person,or persons entitled to receive butt R. Button, Wm. M.\ ,Gibson, Johu G, W. J. Mills, it was I am your c r liged friend and fellow citizen. yesterday commenced a session in this '
ii it. When' r(: lieu| on goods, wares, iner- Gamble, Abram Bellamy* Johu Parkhill. Resolved, That a-committee of seven be JOS. M. WHITE. Judge Reid.;residing. Most of the tower
.chandise, produce, or other thing, ,maybe W Brenton Bogjj, and Wm. Ilaskins appointed to,wait upon the lion. Joseph Col. Wr J. Mills, Jos. B. Lancaster, of the member
', ,i g vin.o1. grnnted to the said company,eithj shall be the first Directors of said company M., White; -add!, ascertain at what time it Esqr. and.others, committee, &c. &c. ,bar: octhiCounty! ,and several from
-' r +*et> a' )'eMH1J'or; ford ,ionepbJ them advanced and bold their offices until an election will be rnosr'xonvenient for him to tneet ; 1 Sti John!are In!attendaftc* There !.Bun- R''
i '+ or loaned\ ( ;, It'i;shall have 'a 'preference shall be held ry the stockholders; that immediately the citizens of Duval County and partakeof From sit English correspondent of the business before the Court. '''he Grand Jury oe

w' : to any other, .lien, unless! the corpora-: after the passage, of this act the a public: dinner. Albany. Whig. will have their full! share, and will, no doubt m
tio'tf had notice of its existence; board of Directors, herein named, shall Resolved, That said committee be appointed LONDON, March 151835. make business.for those, who, we well know'are P
,r Sec. 15., Bolt further enacted, That the I meet And choose a President from their by the chairman. We have been inundated during the always willing to serve'their" v
1 stock' of said company shall be transferable own body, >whom the presence of seven The following gentlemen were accord- week with various and conflicting rumorsof fellow crew-
and assignable; under such rules i rid regulations shall ben lessary to constitute a choice ; ingly appointed W. J. Mills, Zephaniah bcstilities having I actually commenced, tures, when the feed are paid in advance.. dor

!! ifmy Iw established by,raid company but five of the Directors may afterwards Kingsley, Joshua llickman, John. M. or of the point ot commencing betweenFra We by"a Northern
) ,' 'who shall issue to subscribers theircertificates form a, qu rum for ho transaction of bu- Bowden, Joseph B. Lancaster, James ce and your Government:-but.I can- see paper, that a plan is
of stock. ,No transfer,of stock 8J\1C8S. ., Dell, and Sam'l. L. Burritt not race them tp any accurate source.- in progress to make a company to emigrate, o''
t shall considered as binding upon ,the Sec 21. Be it further enacted),I That "np Resolved, That the chairman of this Ora account that has gone the round of from New England'to Texas, on the Galveg. u
company : Provided, however, that any order of !tie board of Directors shall be' meeting be added to the committee, and ill papers during the latter end of this ton; Bay and Texas Land Company grant_ it
made'in' to''transfer stock in avowed will' that enid committee have full to \v6ek' stated, Mnn American of '' a''
promise writing valid, oi, position to the or (power squadron The soil id. represented as very produc ve-
may he summarily enforced, by the judge instructions of a majority of the stockholders adopt such measures as to them may seem sex frigates, under the orders of a Commo; the climate mild and healthy-and the n
exercising chancery jurisdiction,in the district and Uip owneror, owners pf one_ thou- expedient, for carrying into effect the objects lore, is, we understand, daily:expected at of internal communication meant
.where the promise in made, ,or to bet sand shares of the stock of said company of this meetirfg. p[ owes, about to cruise 'against French safe, and convenisnt. e
performed, upon application by,the vendee may, at any time, on giving sixty days no- Resolved, That said committee be au ornrnerce., A similar 'demonstration of Emigrants are ,apt to over-rate the advantages tr
or purchaser,' mid shall be recognised l by tice thereof in two newspapers publishedin thorised to publish the proceedings of this force will be evinced ,by the French Government of. a, sew cuntry-and? make too t
paid company and a promissor failing to the Territory of Florida, call a general meeting in the ''Jacksonville Courier. j and thus hostilities will com little" allowance, difficulties which they t
make n transfer of stock, ,pursuant to his meeting"pf the stockholders to decide upon JOHN L. DOGGETT, / mence.? ,This, J.. hope is incorrect. The never dreamed of or imagined. The farmer G
promise, shall ,be liable to the .party aggrieved any question involving the rights or inter Chairman. ,/ course suggested in some of the recent papers who sells out his farm packs what he e
for dnma e8. ests of said company ; and ,the stockholders SAJ1'L. L. BURRITT, Sec'y.Jacksonville from the United States would be very up
SU ,\Sec. 10. Bo it .further enacted, That the so convened' may/ if they think fit, preferable to this-namely-laying ,an embargo considers. necessary,and plants himself the a
stock ofsauleorporation' <<: shall he deemed! elect a new board of Directors, or order May Cth, 1835. I' .on alUdndsof merchandise coming'rom forest, where industry is his capital, and a ,
l personal propriety, and shall not be subject the same to be done: Provided a majority DEAR SIR, France to the United States, and living for'one or two years his dividend,may
to sale or seizure by virtue clan attachment (the whole stock of said corporation shall Qn the part of the citizens of hereby preventing your' citizens from think himself,fortunate,if he, becomes acclimated t
or: !other procetu i issuing from A court b be represented at said convention. And ifa the County of{Duval, we embrace the opportunity trading with that country. This would he and enjoys good health. Let a mango 1
of common law nor shall any of tho cars new board of Directors be elected as of your visit to the County,to invite a much more wise, pacific, and effectual where will 1
he he
,or,vehicles of said) corporation be subject aforesaid, they shall take the place of and you to meet them at a public dinner, course. soon discover that t
'" tb such (process ;; and 'I in all cases where a supercede those in ,office any thing in this at such time as,will suit your convenience. Louis Philippe 'has been tremendously diligence, industry; and attention"to his vocation i
, i of the district, town or county wlie.ru all contracts, in behalf of said corporation, tribute orrcspect, from the very high estimation parties appear to be tired of the system of but few gold mines to induce a life of indo- 1
ii.. .the-rerfot stance of such duty /equirec' .,', nnd all i policies, bonds, or notes shall be ]1st which we hold your private personal dictation in' the Council Cham- lence-very few silver, trees; but the hand 1
power to take cognisance of the signed by the President of said company character, as well as for your pre-eminent her on which the Monarch has hitherto of the farmer must be kept hard: the j
!$ case, and compel the performance of the'I' and countersigned by the Secretary the services in public station, as,, Representative acted. He has partially succeeded in must merchant
duty, upon tho application of the party aggrieved board. 0 lour in Congress for the forming a Ministry. be attentive to his business-the r
: .'r and in any and every case" where Sec. 22. Be it further enacted, That the last ten yearn I professional man cannot loiter and a settlement i
imxney) is due by suit exe- shall their rail SEMINOLE 'INDIANS We learn from wherever it"is made be
company, upon said, company commence "Y e,are. very.respectfully. ,- must temperate
rcotirm,or a decree in chancery, said judge rood within, ,two, and, complete. the samewiGrin ; 'W. J*,MILLS, Camp King that the Indian Council, held and industriovia. t
!shall,appoint a special receiver 'receivers ', five years from the time when this JOSHUA HICKMAN, there for the purpose of considering the r
to ask, demand and receive' the loIU, act shall become a law, otherwise the corporation I r JAMES DELL, terms of the Government has closed ; and CAPT. TIMOTHY WIOHTHAN, late of the brig '
Incomes, or revenues of snid'ompr ny, hereby created,shall thenceforth JOHN M. BOWDEN, has resulted in the formation of .a treaty ko, has been ,appointed BRANCH PILOT for 1
,sufficient to pay and satisfy tbn same, or. :easo:\and determine. Provided, that. if OZIAS BUDINGTON., with eight of the chiefs. These chiefs, the bar and river St.'Johne. Having long c
34 may order the marshal.or sheriff; to per- any t\1O: of "the 'navigable streams herein i Z.' KINGSLEY, with those belonging to their'tribes agreeto been and I
with the different
,form that fluty. '* beforeucntioned or referred to, shall with. JOHN L. DOGGETT, removti on the first of'December, next, .. passages I
I Soc. 17.;' Bfi it further enacted, That ,the in that time, be connected by a rail road to S. L. BURRITT, and be conveyed to their.new Territory at whole course, those who have occasion to
'etoCk and property of said corporation: be by th, m constructed, the corporation I Jos B. LANCASTER.To the expense of the United States, and \vi\\\\ enter the, river, may feel perfectly secure
.stwH forever be exempt from taxation; hereby created shall remain in full I force ; lion Jos.M. \VB1TE.r' also be liberally compensated for all the under his direction. ,
either by the Legislature of Florida, or any and said company shall be reasonable time : I personal property they are obliged to leave '
,of the counties,"towns, or, cities through for uniting .other points within the limits >Jnfckson'vHleMay) Cth, 1835. behind. The 1 provisions of the Treaty are I. COL. JOHN''WARREN has recently received
which their said rail. road shall pass, or in prescribed ; and'no charter,shall be granted GENTLEMEN' of course unknown to us but unquestionably from the General 'Government, a: commission
which, it 'mar lie. The engineers and by the Leg.i islative Council conflicting; I have had the honor to receive they are such as will sustain the high as KEEPER or,THE* LIOHT-ITOCSE, at the
If I workmen willierpptoyel, in the business'of with or impairing the rights and privileges your note of this date, addressed to me in character to which our country has attained mouth of the rIver. We are informed, that
Raid corporation,shall be exempt!' ..frommilitia l hereby granted. behalf of the citizens of Duval County, inviting liberality,and benevolence.,
I \ road nnd, jury duty. .. 8ec. 23. Be it fu'rther enacted, That this me toa'public dinner, as a testimonyof Micanopy\ the Governor, and five of thechiefs besides the use ,of the house and land, the
r, flee; 18. Be it further enacted, That act shall receive a liberal construction in their respect and of my were opposed to the Treaty) and pay is four hundred dollars per annum.
whenever ta! 'mid rail road may cross, or courts of law and equity, and all'>ojr any public conduct as their Delegate in Congress. were finally not admitted to the Council.
intersect established road or highways, printed copies thereof published by authority They, however will return to titer people As an evidence of the state of scare of our
L suitable !and proper fixtures,for the passage shall he receive" in evidence. I cannot be,insensible to the kindness, and after consulting with them, will finally crops, it gives us pleasure to acknowledge the
11II of wagons and carriages,shall bo established Passed, February 13ti:>, 1835.. nor suppress ,the expression of my profound determine" upon their course. We haveno reception of fine lot,of new Irish-potato*!,
< and kept ir 'rell4ir by the said corporation Approved, Fcliruiry 14th, 1835. acknowledgments for this and all doubt but that they will accede to the of good size,-from a friend, and of"a ample
; and filr'eu h (farm plantation' or tract other manifestations of consideration. propositions made to them, and that a removal of com, in the garden of another, which ,M
,' of land, private or individual, property, at DESTRUCTIVE\ TORNADt'-, learn and regard shown to me on all occasionsby I of the whole Nation will take place
r 4" the time of the location of sa tl'road, said from a gentleman yesterday from the citizens of Duval County. The I by the first of December or shortly after. just ready ,to tassell., Vegetables will be
corporation shall provide; and'maintain at Liberty county, that a violent1' tornado! ( from strongest incentive to action on the part of r [Augustine Herald. abundant in a. few days, and we trust OUT
t least one: set ttbtures: for wagons, and the South-West passed over the southern the Representative, is the hope of obtain*- market will be 'supplied with what contributes
; ,other carriages: ; for crossing* said road 'road between the Ogechee Ferry and the ing the approbation of his constituents. It TROUBLE ON INTEREST-Fine prospect so much to health'and comf rt;
wherever necessary. residence of Mr. Clark, in Dry an, about id this expectation} which 'cheers and animates Editors.-If Lieut. Morrison's\ account of
t. 1 "Sec.29. Be it further enacted, That any five miles from the Ferry, levelling trees him under all the discouragements,, the approaching comet be ,correct, we of The latest papers contain no news of great
person or persons who'shall willfully, or and 'completely blockading' the road, for perversions and calumnies which are inseparable the \corps editorial shall have our hands importance from Europe. The prevailing
maliciously injure, destroy, or, impair the about one quarter of a mile in width. ,It from public life. 1 did not require full the .ensuing two years-provided, opinion is, that the French Government will
road or roads of the said corporation, or however did hot stop here, hut,' we',regrettp this new and flattering proof,of the nevertheless, we are not Burnt up, reabsorbed Claims without The information -
any, part thereof or any other propertywhatsoever' learn, proceeded from South.\V est direction estimation of my fellow citizens, to satisfy into the sun, or resolved into our pay our lay.-
to the said corporation taiong- to Cbf'rrylIiIJ, the Rica.Plantation elements. is derived from foreign journals and
me that my bumble efforts to serve, them I origioal The comet is to shine
jug, or in any'vrise appertaining, such person Richard J. Arnold, Esq destroying his in Congress had been generously estimated like the moon-its tail to reach, from the telligent correspondents.We .
persons, his or their aiders and abet- cotton house and levelling' several Ne To and acknowledged by them They have I zenith, to, the horizon-and volcanoes,
tens, shall be subject-to indictment for, and Houses,.which.In their fall killed,jjve\ nA- given me thft.niost-satisfactory and substantial earthquakes droughts, and epidemico, and understand' that anew- town, ben
held to tq guitty'of a misdemeanor; and groes, and wounded others. l\r.,'Atnold'. evidences of their continued confi. gorgon dire,"of every shape,from Kainscliatka laid out opposite Picolata, on our river,and ito
conviction' ,thereof; shall be punished Overseer was also very much bruised. dence in the almost unanimous vote of the to Cape Horn, are to be as thick be called "Madeira." We suggest the
by'fine, not exceeding $1000, or imprisonment One of the negroes killed was, we hear, County at the election which has just ter. as blackberries:, or "autumnal leaves in expediency calling it Champaigne,i it would
not exceeding one both at tending a plough in tho field and received Vallambrosa." But
.year, or lOinat ed. we are not to be fright. be much settl 'the 'discretion.of the jury before whom the the blow, which' deprived trim of life, froma This vote with which I have so xnucn ened from our propriety by these hobgoblin more lively, and much sooner

trial is 'had, and shall moreover be liable to detached portion of one of the buildingsIwme'against reason to be gratified, and of which I can]I tales! The universe is in good bands.N.Y.Star.. A new epidemic is 'at present prevalent
J a civil action for damages ; and any and him 'by the violence of the never cease to be proud, is the more to be [ at Cincinnati, according to the following
t all such offenders shall also bo liable to the wind.-[Savannah Georgian.
valued, because it was the result of ;bei r paragraph from the Intelligencer; of the
punishments nnd l penalties inflicted fiy l law own voluntary and unbiassed judgments,, At the setting of the Court of AssizesParis 30th March"There lain epidemic palo
fur the like injury committed on private TEMPERANCE AT AKOOVER.-The 'peo- obtained neither by the low'cts of electioneering ; i, M. Rouen, editor of the National,I i in the face, intermittent like'ague, at pret-
: and all fines recovered by or pllpf Andover, Mass. or at least a portion brought from Saint and
l under J nor by delusive promises made was Pelagic, arraigned ent in town. It lea disease of the nerYtft
arts act shall belong to the Territory; of Rjenj, had a severe battle, at the town before after election I for an offence against the King's
and and
forgotten an is confided to a single soot in the ey -
S*<.. 20. Be it further enacted That the meeting the other day, on the subject of prefer to serve rather than to flatter the people person, in an article upon the American I It is treated with quinine. There is ,po
concerns and business of the said' compa the virtue of temperance ; and in spite of and it is known to the whole Territory Debt of 25 millions. An application other illness but the acute pain io one single -
ny4shall l he managed by thirteen Directors, !the command, which'says Be temperate that I have never resorted to the disreputable made on the behalf of M.\ Rouen for a postponement ,
who shall be'1ected by the stockholders !in all things. they went at one another so and now too common practiceof of the trial till certain documents spot,
from among their own number,immediate-I Intemperately as to tear off coats, and lpting to influence votes by promises he '
)'y\ ner the sum of two hundred thousand ,scarcely leave pantaloons remaining.RUODC of offices and accommodations which I hut'the motion being refused, be declared thirds of the city of Adrianeple, tbe'qua'
dollars shall have.been subscribed ; that an ISLAND ELECTION.-The Newport will never be realized, nor.by depreciatingthe that be made default, and was accordinglysentanced ) ter inhabited by the Creeks, was on to'
election; ,in like manner and for the flame Mercury of the 18th uist.. says_"The services, or capacity to render' service, to twelve months' imprisonment 24th of Feb.' destroyed by fire. The value l:
punJoa, shall be holJen'annually thereafter following ant the returnsof: votes from all of my competitors nor by the still more and a fine of 10,000; francs. of English manufactures destroyed: is saw
on" the first Monday in January in each the towns in the State/fronn'which it will disgusting, (practice of scattering the avail to have amounted to 2,000,000 piaster.
and vf''' year. That immediately after he seen, that His Excellency John Brown of Bank loans through the country, to purchase The late Speaker of the House of Commons
any such election, the Director shall Francis, U re-elected Governor by a 'majority corn,or the spirit of corn, to rorrurv Sir C. Manners Sutton, since creat NEAT Court!Minr.r-One of the neatest
ceed "to elect a President from their own of one hundred and twenty four the people in the exercise of the most estimable ed a Peer by the title of Lord Canterbury, rompUnients on'record is that paid bI
body t"that sixty days notice of the time votes Francis, 3353; Knight, 3229. and noble prerogatives! freemen. has been selected to proceed to Canada, at ton! CaBrp to Fox that .* his price waimmortally
and placa'pf holding!( all elections shall be In 1834 the votes were: Francis 3670; I am exceedingly gratified also, to fin Commissioner to settle the difficulties that and be kaew that posterity
jjiveo bylinjer of the,board of DimtOJ'lI .... toi have arisen there. '
Knight, 35x 0. that the appeals which have been made would pay it., *


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lord BrOuba in commentinff on the FOR NEW YORK. LIST OF LETTERS RAIL ROAD NOTICE. .- F
r. S8 of the King' speech, bwfly charg- .. THEPacket Brig IKO, Capt. REMAINING i in the Post Office, Jack.
= ie Duke'of Wellington *ith intriguing A will sail for New the let of April, 1835: and:I TALLAHASSEE 8TAGJB. I
:::::::::; the dismissal of himself amj colleagues. York on the 6th May next. She if not taken out in three months, they wil II II I

/also forewarned the Lords in ,a pros _can take,a few barrels freight and accommodate be sent to the General Post Office as dead, I
the danger.of and six or eight passengers, for'which apply letters. ,# \ :
ogre Lie tone, of. 1 menacing undersigned Commissioners give n(
,of the. by Blanchard & Rider, corner' of Bay and A Capt. 11111John THE. that to the entitle
out the spirit country pursuant Act d Public,
day r tIJ't. e Biagnlntion-sof alighting and treatniptuously f..ibert.1..lreets, or to the ttKbt...., on bo&rd. Adams, Isaial. ,D. hart, t) An Act to amend an Act to incorporate th e TilE are informed that "4 tine of'. .
.. ine expressed voice of, April 20. "tlf. 2w17. .Edward S. Aldrich. ) K FLORIDA PENINSULA: AND JACKSONVILLE RAt L .T.UCoTered and will run between' ,
d t B Rev. R. B. Kerr. Jacksonville; to this
earvotes ROAD COMPANY 15 183C fIDForty .
and approved February ,
in the Hi D Baldwin place every Monday. "
people 1 FOR SALE. 2 !
e that the Books will be again opened at Jacksonville
if endeavoring to rule by the aristocracy. ( Fowling Pieces a lot of harness William Barcalow, Joseph B.Lancaster 9) at the store of I. D. Hart,Bay-streel t, to each pounds baggage will be allowed I
the TWO passenger.and for I
be evidently predicated a revolution as for work of William II. Burrito Isaac Lent.Theodore the 4th day of May and continue weight,
,. heavy -four'kegs John 13 on ope:n one cent per pound will be charged for \ '
, 11A sequence.MATHIAS Dupo nt's best rifle powder-one flat bottom Broward, Littleneld, until the lit d'yof August next, e ten miles every .
ed'boat with> the The above Charles Broward, 2 M for stock to Rail {ft,
oars. articles subscriptions carry said <4. l 03:: *Fare through each
Francis $25. ;
Broward Emanuel way
has been acquitted of the will be sold very cheap for cash. Apply toTIMOTHY into execution. JAMES M. \
of. the WIGHTArAN ., Sarah Broward, George II. May, By the 8th Section of this amendatory Ac!t Jacksonville HARRIS. a .
murder and convicted Jan.
of ., 14. _
! barge > S. Barrows S. Mott ,3tf
Edgar G.
0 assault upon his au hter, ,,. or at this OfficeeApril the subscribers for stock heretofore taken i ". .
1 0 barge of an 11StfTAKEN Reubin Bloomer, J. S Muir. have A prior right to subscribe for the sam
1 0 ,nd sentenced to three .munths ifcpnson- 130. John P. Brown, .4% N amount of Stock on the new Books. CONVEYANCE FROM
enlIe' was also 'sentenced[ to one John G. Brindley 2 Patrick News JACKSONVILLE ,TO ST.
6 UP by the Subscriber,at Deep ISAIAH. D. HART, AUGUSTINE. I. lyI
Lnths.imprisonment' for con mpt' Mr. Barhoe John Nevitt.
0 0ounty jj
Bradduck. oWarblmstead
L'ourt. : name is C1IARLESbelongingtoDr.Tarber, Spicer W J. MILLS, S-Corn'r.I.
rr I on Paine's| Praire. Said Boy is bout ,five C STEPHEN EDDYll l j

The injuries we lo, and,those we'suffer,, feet, six inches in height, Tight complexion, E. A. Cohen, Wood Jdge S. Olm- ;i JOS. B. LANCASTER.Jack ,

town, ''e seldom weighed the same,scales.'** and deformed in the right foot;-ie says he Marsha Cox, Helen sted/ *. rtvi;... He, March 31, 1835."." 14 Tilt Subscriber will run a good Barouche I
George Causey Ortnord. .. good Horses from '
left home on Tuesday, the 24th inst, The ,'M A r Jacksonville to
mbergI At the request .of a clergyman i ii this town.,, Boy will be detained, until his owner; pays James G. Cooper,; T '.NOTICE., St. Augustine, once'a week' } to leave this
Moses Miles
I Price. place' '
from t ; Curry, every Monday and arrive
and takes him momingl in
Q1.ql 'cc,Jf r ve the..fotlo'1.'JV\ pommun\cHon ;an in* .charges,. '"BOURBON away.LttWTHER. Nancy Cooper. ." Palmer oV.Ferris, By An act passed by the Legislative Coun. St.Augustine on the evening of the same day,

l liertion in our paper, notthat wee would. be'understood April 30. ,D.'.' Jame.Pile.,. of this Territory, utiw last sessior Returning-will leave St. Augustine on '

Jury publicly to show partialityto.any, ltwl8 D.,R. Dunbam, Seymour Pickett, 2 and approved by the, Governor* Feb. 14th, Wednesday morning;'and arrive aV this place r
loubt, I>- Edward Davis, Patrick Price, 1835, the Subscribers were appointed Com on the evening of the same day.
denomination but because RAIL ROAD NOTICE)
mOlf, particular we,are ; Silas Duele, M. Pinckston, missioners to open Books and receive subscription BTForty' pounds baggage will be allowed

crea. willing that all'persons' should have'the free. THE undersignedCommissionershWeby Abby Dertu, ,Betty Pritchard. for the stock of a Bank to be local, to each passenger, and for any greater weight

dom !of tour Pess.for the promotion of good Notice, that pursuant to' the Act Abraham Dupont, R ed in this Town,to be called Till HANK. one cent per pound will| be charged for ,
a. morals. entitled .In Act to incorporate the East Florida [ Jesaee D. Dykes, Francis Rider, OF JACKSONVILLE.In twt mile. every,

order and good Rail Road Company; approved Febr ary Wm. S. Donaldson. William Ricker, ,pursuance of which the Subscribers US-Fare each way,'f i5. '\ l

Ian is A few of the members of the Presbytery 14th, 1835, 'Books for' subscription to the E Francis Richard. hereby give notice, that the Books for Subscription IL II. PUILIPS.

grateLives. Georgia, who have long experienced the stock will be opened at Jacksonville, at*.he William Eubank, S for the stock'in said Bank, will be Jacksonville, Feb. 2. 6tf Iy Iyf l'i'

well known hospitality kindness of the store of Isaiah ,D. Hart, on the 1st da \of George f Edney, M. E Saunders, opened in this Town, at the Counting-ltoom

its- inhabitants of Jacksonville and its vicinity, May next, and continued open for thirty daVs, Charles English, John Stevens, 4 of Messrs. Blanchard & Rider, corner o NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. I

are constrained, of course, to rejoice in the when they. will- b e closed. : 'w' Henry,Eames, 3 T Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clack, A. M. I i

ive- rapid growth and prosperity.of this beautiful JAMES DELL, Ralph Eames, William Tobey, 2 on the fourth day off \ .
JOSEPH B.>>LANCASTERti\\ Evertsob & Co. Antonet Tison. MILLS
lean and healthy village. And while they W. J.'
reni- earnestly for a continuation ,of their ISAIAH D..HART, JSTEPHEJt.'EDDY \ F U WILLIAM RIDER.( "
a ad. temporal sensibly feel for ELIJAH WILLIAMS, .Charles E. Flinn. James Underwootl. STEPHEN EDDY TJI ERE will be a reguIaT conveyance'for j''
pros'ferityhey G W 1IARLCommunAtert.
ISAIAH ,D. a week from St .
passengers Geo.
s are Mary'
and ,, ;
their ,
Waternan & Pinck
e 1100they
Grindley, by Pablo St
Timothy ,to
\ Augustine j to leave St Mary' fQ
cheerfully willing as far,as in their power, JOAN. RICHARD. Jacob Goff. ston, 2 ::1f'I
Jacksonville E. it 21835:: every Wednesday, at :a ,o'clock P. M and
14creors.ega ,
to do their duty, in ,supplying this want. Jacksonville, pril2J: 1835J ,17 & H' Elisha Whiddeh, G Flr4 arrive at Pablo the next day.
nner And in order to this, they have pointed izaUarper David L.' Wintringham Persons ,1 i
.aII who wish to avoid a night,
NOT expo j!
the a Two DAYS MEETING to be held in Jack- STODART & CURRIER, Charles Harper, 2 WI!: ,. sure on the water, will find very comfortable 1 ;

ithe sonville, on Saturday and Sunday, the 9th LITHOGRAPHERS, 'XVLOORAPHIC and Eliza Houston, George W. Waltorn, At dill< p' ntl.. accommodations at Fernandina, It 1 IKr\ 'A. \il'

idamay and 10th of May. and ERGRAVERS.No. Mary llobkirk, John Warren, tied to distribution of the'Estate of t Dias'. and.can 'leave Fernandina the nut. ,w '

This meeting is by no. means intendedto 1, Wall:street,*New.Yorkl i J.Ufouston, Andrew Welch, ELZABET ILL/.UrSON, morning and arrive at Pablo the same day. ,

be Sectarian, or designed to promote theinterests' Miller Hallows, William H. Wolf, deceased, and- late of DJUval County, please They can leave Pablo every Friday morning I}
ccli- NOTICE. William Hickman, Maj. William Wyatt, at 4 o'clock, and arrive at St tT
of one sect'on I)'. Far, very far take notice, that their c1i11mi and demandswill Augustine at ;
IVfary 'V. Hall Charles Willey. P. M..anre
man from itl! Its great object is, to:'unite with SIX Weeks from this date, I shall apply to And letter, which Capt.directed follows be barred' by operation of law, unless day } leave St Augustine every
is as and .
thatvo the citizens Jacksonville and its vicinity, Judge of the County Court of.Duval one forthwith exhibited, or at the expiration, of Sunday, arrive at Pablo same day. ,
l Duval East Florida Jacksonville
fervent and supplication to Al- County, for letters of Administration on the County, four weeks from the date of this; and I here- Passengers wishing to visit, St Augustine I
prayer Post Office Mail.ISAiAII will be
Estate of LEVIN' GUNBY, deceased. by notify all concerned, to appear on the first on reasonable terms. .
are mighty God, who", has hitherto so, highly t ,JAMES T. O'NEILL. D. HART, Post Master. Monday of May next, at the County Court to Fare from St Mary's by ..P blo to St Augustine .

ido- favored them with temporal blessings; that April 3, 1835. 6w15 be nolden at the Court-hopse .Jacksonville, $5. From St Augustine to Pablo (ft.:
and He would be pleased, in Infinite mercy, togrant 'NOTICE.WE in the County of Duval, when I shall make There i. also a safe boat which will run I 'I

them a more abundant( measure of NOTICE; the Commissioners of the Road of application to said Court, for a general set once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville } and' j .
uer- those richer Spiritual blessings, which we Duval County having examined the tlement of my accounts, and a discharge of will depart and arrive so as to meet the mall.L I
the all need soo' much, for our Spiritual l nour- SIX : same; from>Gravelly-hill to tJlt'County line my, administration. boat on its return from St Mary'; and the '" I
of Nassau "
to County
tie. ishment and growth in grace.' *, Judge of Duval County, nave ascertained the best WHIPPLE ALDRICH, stage as it arrives from St Augustine. Far I
Court for letters of Administration, with
Aud in order to the better attainment of ; ground! and the straightest way to the forks Admr. Est. E. Williamson.Jacksonville from Pablo to Jacksonville $'T. All fare 'to
ier- Will annexed, on the Estate of REMI 131W.NETTEdeceasedp l be paid at Pablo. ..
this valuable object,-we most cordially invite I of the Road, leading one to the upper Springand Feb. 12, 1835. 4w7 C. TAYLOR. "
-< tho other to Ahgator town. The Over I
all our brethren in the CI ;sti&ri Ministry nOBTDAV24th .
denomination seers within said County are lereby author SUGAR FOR Qj'The'Millboat"will; leave 'Pablo()ror'8t '
,'of every who have a ; March 1835.: 6w 14 '
)rig ize to order outall hands liable to road duty, Mary's every Tuesday and return on Thurs.day. ,
good sister churches, and all : convenient GREAT BARGAIN is i offered, In the The leaves"' t
for work said road Pablo
on as quicky as A Friday
desire stage every .
others) who to promote the glory of offers his for said operation.} sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West for St Augustine ,and returns on the suc I
''ng God and the salvation of men, to come and professional services to the inhabitantsof S. J. EUBANK, ) Commissioners Point Foundry; diameter of Centre Roller, ceeding Sunday.' y, Uln3'DRY

mi unite with us, heart and hand, in this great Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, JNO; W. RICHARD. > fur said Road. two feet two and a half inches,and two outer '
to and work as a Surgeon and Physician. 'I ones, one foot'ten and one-fourth inches I GOODS ItOCERIEH f
glorious ; Jacksonville Jan: 835.! Gtf Jacksonville-, March 31. 14 AC. j
We lament that when the 29, : with Iron cogs, points, &c, as also a set of
appointmentwas Kettles from the noted in Scotland 'WH LlULI: AND RETAIL
Foundry _
made, we did not know that Court NOTICE. NOTICE. of the Carran Subscribers hand
known by name Foundry warranted TIlE keep constantly on \
ireed would then be in session, and some of the persons indebted to 'the subscriber,, SIX.Weeks after date, I shall apply to the and proof, as malleable Iron. Tile capacity offer for sale, on u good terms a* t H,

, brethren who have engaged to, attend the ALL by Note or Book account, are requested the Judge of Duval County; for of the grand Kettle is three hundred I they'can be had at any store in Florida, the : .

1 meeting, reside more than two hundred to settle the same without delay; and letters of Administration on the Estate of gallons, and proportioned, or graduated to following'articles,. vis:- <"" !

iht miles from Jacksonville that the time no credit will be given at my store after the JOHN LAMYt late of.said County. sixty, gallons, being four to the set ; all of DRY GOODS.Broadcloth. .. "!i.1: .I..
of meeting could riot well be'changed.OCThe .. 10th March. HARDY II. PHILIPS. GEO.,FLEMING.Fleming's which, with Coolers, Vats, and a Cistern to .. "i'T' : .1"
>hat contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be ', Cassimeres; Sattinetts, and. '. 4
Jacksonville March 3. lOtf Island St. John April
Jiainr disposed of, if applied for shortly, for at least Negro Cloths, green red, and white Flannel, _,,> 1
(: Rev.'Dr.MCWHEii will preach twent per cent below cost. bleached, brown, check, and plaid )

this evening in the,Court-house, by candle NOTICE., tALL NOTICE.' A line directed to E. B. COX, on Sidon Homespuns, Calicoes, Cambrics., Muslins, .
, I light, at the ringing of the bell. persons indebted to the subscriber by ALL persons indebted to the late concern Plantation' Mcintosh County, Georgia, (as Silks, Gloves, Hosiery' &.c. &c. "
or Note, are requested to make im-, WATERMAN & PI.CKlTo.l will please Manager,) will be attended to., e
he ''DEATHS. mediate payment. ; or.they will be put to cost.. make payment on pr before the :25th inst. or March 12. 4wll HARDWARE..Cooking '
es, I WILLIAM B. ROSS. suit will be commenced without respect to parlor, and box Stoves, Brass
In Mandarin the'4thinst. persons. M. K. PINCKSTON. ORANGE' STICKS and common Fire Setts, Lamps, and CandleSticks

deii Mr. S Spencer,Browning on ,.formerly suddenly of Boston Jacksonville Feb. 18. 8tf Jacksonville, Feb. 15. 8 will be paid! for One Hundred Or. Percussion 'Caps Guns, ,,broad 'and
Adx Hatchets
Massachusetts.B I Sticks, of various sizes, on delivery narrow s, Hammers.
beur FOR SALE. CABINET FURNITURE WARE at this office, immediately. March 5. Augers, Shovels, Door.latch.Dute.. ,
) HOUSE. Screws, &c. Ac. it

TAKEN UP, THE Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or H..COOKE, No. 100, Broadway. FOR SALE. FURNITURE. t '
ri Y. the Subscriber 'and.detained Friday JAMES
on Negroes, or good acceptances kind and
the lit of Oak ham V--rk.J offer. fur sale every received per schooner George &, Sofas and Couches work' card totlst and
day a Negrp Man, the following tract of fine Live of So1.iSideboardsSecretariesBook :- .- JUST ,
who says his name, is JOIN, and that he mock land on St. Pablo Creek, bounded u quality from Charleston one hundred dining Tables, Washstands,.Looking Glasses '\f';"
Cases Tables of all descriptions
atall formerly belonged to an Indian Chief by the follow., viz?-on the West Ay Pablo Creek, High post and bushels Corn. WM. B. ROSS. Bedsteads, &c. &c/ .
quality- #
g name of Bloom, that he.ran away from the on the North by Winslow Foster's land, on French'Bedsteads Maple- ,Jacksonville, Feb. 18. 8tf GROCERIES A PROVISIONS.
Chactahoochie, because he was unwilling to the East and South by lands of Cornelius Hair Mattraue.-Feather Beds- ,
and Moss
all emigrate! with the tribe the Missis- Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty full NEW GOODS. Coffee Tea loaf and brown Sugar, Bottlu i
Looking GlaUeCarpetaand a assortment Champaign. "
ppi. Cider, ,Claret, Port, and Sherry
w>ut and pantalxms,.and a small bundle of three acre. For particulars I. D. DART, or, of every thing necessary to furnisha THE Subscriber has just received from Wines, Spices, Bp. Lamp Oil, Tobacco ,
house. a full assortment of Flour Rice Corn Pilot Bread. Beef sadPork
alla clothing/with him of the same kind. He is JAMES DELL. '
about 5 feet 7 inches high, dark complexion, Jacksonville; Jan. 22. 4tf April 7. EVGUSIIlND- EST INDIA GOODS, Codfish, Mackerel, Salt Fish" Potatoes ,

Mure, speaks the Indian.language. and says NOTICE. AND GROCERIES, Butter and Cheese, acct: Lv: .,

h t came from Africa. I NOTICED, / which will b. sold at fair prices. for cash or -..A L1g0-?., '
Weeks .bl/apply to the
from I
S. JJ EUBANK. indebted Note SIX dated : in Cotton FUll Hides and the Drags, Msdicinr. and
.ee ALL persons tome by or of the County Court of Nassau exchange Palalsr-A varlstyof
-Gravelly-hill, ,May 1. 19tf t. are requested to make imme- County, for letters of Aamiiiitration on the common produce of the country. Crockery and Glop Ware. Books and J

1 didte payment to S. Streeter., Esq. who Is duly Estate of EBER O'JVf/JX deceased. H. LIBBEY. Stationary a tar mtJIt of White
NOTICE authorized to receive, and receipt for, the JAMES; T. O'NEILL. Black Creek, Feb.'13. bit Drab, and Black tHat., Caps, Boots and >

S IX Weeks from date; I shall apply to the same* April, J835. tJwlli Boo**-together with'. variety of other. ar.tide. .
Honorable! Judge of County, O"No further indulgence can be given. NOTICE. .. J' p
r for letters of Administration on Estate of 70HNWARREN- : NOTICE.A persons indebted to the subscriber by BLANCHARD&. RIDER

USIIA triUDDEjr' deceased.. Jacksonville,'March 28. 3wl5 LL persons are hereby notified that purJ ALL or Note, are requested to make Jacksonville, Jan. I, 1835. < '
,WILLIAM RIDER. \. of March 1 payment bv the 25th inst. suits will be r
suant to the Act of Congress, or
1 B.CABH Cotton Hide
UN. for
Jacksonville ". I ,
May SW19 CARD., i without
2d, 1831, entitled, An Act to provide for commenced delay.J. Horns, Tallow, Dm Skins, Fun,.Beeswax, t
.. "'\ [ ,undersigned;passengers on board 1 the punishment of offences committed in cutting B. MAS Moss, Orange Peel, &:c.
FOR SALE. W the steamer Florida, take this methodof t destroying, or removing Live Oak and Jacksonville, Jan. 15. 3 I" B. & il. a

TWO Copper Still.,nearly new; one con. returning our thanks to Capt Hill, for the 4 other r Timber, or trees reserved for naval ,
) of two hundred gallons, with a kind and gentlemanly conduct to us while on I purposes." Positive proof will be required BLANKS of all seriptions Printed at NOTICE. 4 i

neater the same capacity } the other contuning our passage from Savannah to this place ; and 4 of all persons shipping such Timber, that the at short notice. I'

fifty gallons, which will be disposed recommend with pleasure his boat to passengers I same has not been cut from lands the property ID"'Alan, Job Wfp ,Jn a handsome style, THE ,Copartnership.. the subscribers heretofore existing 1
under the firm
'tat terms to the and PicoUta. of the United from lands
advantageous purchaser. travelling to St.Augustine t States, or on and on reasonable terms.
) For further particulars'inquire ofO. Boo"STOH Robt. Taylor, G. W. McAlHster, ;which the Timber has been reserved for naval Justice Dlanka--Deod.-Bill. of La.dingManifests of WATERMAN & PINCKBTON, U this
/ dissolved by mutual consent.
EM. Whitesville this office. R. JAMES DELL '
or at C. II. Evans, R. Belknap purposes. &c, for salethis ADIN
constantly a& WATERMAN
__Jacksonville May 6.; 19tf A. B. Hayden Geo. J. Kollock, Collector. office. c MILO K. riNCKBTON.!,
W. P. Rider tI 2 {
Charles Hubert, : January 1,1835. Jacksonville Jaa.19.r, '
CAUTION. Wm. H, Howland, J. Goerard, NOTICE. .

i is to certify that ay wif Elender Howard Malcolm, Geo. B. Prouty, NOTICE. 1 LL Indebted+to the above firm
the persona
penon..IDdebted to subscribers
Woodland, has left my bed lad board, H. W Andrews.To Feb., ALL persons trespassing on the land of the ALL by not or book account are r.-, .t1.... are requested to make tmmtdiitt .pay-, y
1835. '
54 this is,to forbid all persons harboring, Capt. Hill, PicolaU, ; formerly owned by.William quested to settle the same without deny meat to the IUb""btr.ho is duly aiithori- *,: j

I Fisting. trading with her on my account, .'. P.[ RAM, and situated on Six Mile Creek, in and no credit will be given at 'their store zed to settle the same.- All persons.having "
1 ply DO debts of liar con,.tins lfto : FOR SALE. : the Territory of East Florid*,. shall be dealt after the 1st of February. f' '. elalma.will pleas C"I.OD the subscriber fyrsettlement.
Can : ,with law. "r'J
FEWthousand Seed according to :
IA .
*. ... YOUMAN8. BLANCHAHD. ,t RIDER.. K. -
Maadati, May J, 1835. 4wl9 fie,. 4tf Jacksonville, March 3. : 110 Jacksonville, January 24th, 1835. 5tf Jan. 19. 4tf




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'' Dr. Johnson onco said, ,that when he ,GENERAl, ;.ORpERVfTALLAHASSEE M'ACON, STEAMB; O'A T". TO TIME PUBLIC

ittiaC'EL'LA'NEOU.4.Drsc0URAOEDA happened to be with n knot of ladies i mHE .
'r' 1. 'r ( l t ; : young ,OQ11II'AN, j'I : SUBSCRIBER1\
reached engaged with their needles, lie considered 7" It I.. e The Souther Agriculturalist j pure
gentleman himself in a'school of''virtue March 14th, 1833. J Editor : ill
home late One night/and just before his ar' as ; TOHN II. EATON, Governor'' and Com. 'fffa5 T& and proprietor Mr. John SfR
for he regarded them as thus providing a gsfi* solicits the of "
& the '
and him support friends &6
rivalstopp'dat'a tavern regaled mander-in-Chief of the Militia of the ture and of A
against the most dangerous of the
,, the seventh On sanctuary Territory'of Florida has constitiSled and interests Connected JET
.i.t: Iclfp\'e glass. entering of appointed throughout
1 snr.res the, soul.by enabling them to above company.take this method,, of the. Southern'
the hduse, he took a scat by the fire. ,Hi s the following Executive Staff- THE published lIe
'r'wife had retired for the night, but previ banish idleness from their .solitary mo- THOS. Bnowrf, to be Adjutant General ; ..'?.public, that they -nave4 this work for'Mr,. .
ments and with idleness its attendant purchased twoqbamboata the MACONand commencement, in t
I *'' } ; HURT WAsnutOTOv,QuarterMaster Gen 1 !
o'usly her husband thhs
knowing lyould wan train of fancies fears HECTOR T | EXCEL which,boats practically! acquainted with
passions sorrows
his such W. BRAnn, of Leon, <) I are to tun regularly which
: supper, bid placed good things as aqd. desires." PETER W. GA.VTlujr. Jackson, f Aids-de- between Darien and Macon, leavinDarien / it should' be Its ,
the Louse hearth that -will be '
afforded the he
i on e OEO. B.II"WJUl'IJ' Franklin.f. f Camp Once every week with two tow boats: tiqn Continued on the same RPmV

g I ,ymiht.heljihimseIGwhenbeshould: ; amve. "FAIlINO SCMFTCOCSLT.A foreign ,Gro. E:CIfASZ, Escambia, 16' J ., The 'steamboats will draw only 26 i inches f iii the same manner as 'heretofore, witT''

Our friend's strength failed him, and the per in the Boston almshouse recently And it is hereby required and ordered,(Q1.taJ,1 water with two good engines in each. The improvements As the as his experience n ? At

: J f task of placing his supper on the table.wns wrote to Ireland for his whole family to<3 Militia Officers of theTerritory, respite. Company have been at greai expense to place Journal subscriber is solicitous to a18ugg make
::'JfJe than he could lie called and this line of :vehicle for
more perform that found obey them as such. steamboats in the Ocmulgee and dissemminatin
comeout, stating, be bad good information
to his wife, who wafrinan adjoining room ti quarters,1J8d' meat three times a week,and By order( of$he governor.'and Command Altamahaand riverswould respectfully solicit lished not only regard to%!.b I

the doof leading to which was open. otherwise fared day er-in-ChieiyJ, *.' the patron (of the public. This line will mental systems efforte'in of husbandry, but also cnJ re'dv
sumptuously every ;; be) oa
BeiseyTwain "/T THOS. BROWN, great facility for merchants who wish lQ Agriculture and

s ,S.1It! is'close by you my'supper.>on ,the 'hearth, my ,and,\ not when foil.the thn whole keeper truth asked find him say why he had her Adjutant Gin/of the Militia of Florid, Darien ship their Hawkmsville 2'oods bv thn way, of Savannah or ture1., .he lnvite- allpersona free and-- oars.--._ ..._.r:":..._:.rortlnicationjrom !< dv(
ann." and Macon
.' or in occupied iaib
if meat seven times a week, replied, that it lie ADJCTAHT, (EWERAL'S shipping} Cotton to Savannah Arrangements pursuits.. Let no.one imagine that solid!J

Our friend was silent for a moment, ono had told ,tie fwhole, he was afeard they Tallahassee March 14, Genera J heave been made, to forward colton or face,(; t i'9ta.tedexperiments are too trivial e.rtt .
sat obeisance the fire before I
him.making to" would nowwiec him. A .* ris the, the of the Adjutant to goods without: detention'between Savannahand edge etcbmrnnnltated.AU is bit systematic hOlt'!'
DariJn. }
W War Department,the num aggregate of humble '
"' '"! I want my supper, Betsey," said ho a ber of Np exertion rand'Science\ in pa .
'' TilE TWO ITERBOGATiiisy0;; : ce on a effective Militia within this Territory, expense will be ",spared to every department
z. second time, with a defective voice. to the end'that the give the brought to perfection not
time a Dutchman a Fra&pnian were quota of Arms authorised greatest despatch to goods, of, cotton through the hfe
4 r r;: t;'It is right'tbere:on the hearth," repeat- travelling in pennsylv ,' Then their to said Territory, maybe'>effective ,which shipped bV this line. mentality the .o?a single exrraordinary mind bn

eq his spouse. horse lost cannot be dorte until the[( strengthof for the above by- :ontribut on of particulars
;, a shoe. They drove' up to ablacksmith's Agents boats,: indivi4ualetand| by man
p HV; ; ? lligi4devil l"- said he to himself and 'and in the Militia Is made known. It is ordered L. BALDWIN generally after the laps eo .11
no one being' COSavannaf.J :- many he..i.
silence and directed 'therefore, that the Militia Offi ; years .de irbua,therefore ,
again prevailed. they ded the house : ". tot t Qae
proc to to inquire.- dODDA.RD maDy1'actfto
cers throughout the as & 'Co. Macon. record scan. be
Hunger applied its and our friend Territory, as early furnished
spurs The Frenchman and from
rapped and called out, practicable, make out and forward MircHEL & COLLINSDarien. the, planter, who IS'
: more In called for his a roster to systematic
once tone i ?
on angry Is de sniff his pri
,' .. Shtand pack, Brigadier General Call, of Tallahassee,to be J./E: & B. DILEHO: ; Charleston.: experimental labors', ,an account of h
.eU"Are says Hans;, "let me sbpeak. Isb der placksnut's condensed( and submitted to' the Adjutant Dec.H834.. '. 1 failures as well a his successful efforts
I I you driwiH" Inquired his better shop in der house?" General, that this necessary information, so t be acceptable. If the last are worthy? of belt

; half Noshetsehei head from the pillow. IERRO.JS important to the Territory ofJflorida: may be //THE STE'A.l\I ,PACKET: recorded that they may be, imitated, the
but fm most amurWacowragedP dia- sent to the War / should be noted in order j uaa
? IN EDuc"'TloNlUany. a child Department.erinChief .-. FLORIDA._ .. ,. _.. ____ to_.be._ shunned. .
is lirnilfrfit' tn ma Bv nFd p .PL_ ... _..._", _'A..._ r"J Th.---,_Anha__uvu.h..",. h win L
in mv rnntr> for n ]little -J ----- .u ""u.v. .u VU..UILUU- uVl'c" Ull. ftLrucuj 10 hi
reward-of "Since--i ; THOS. fellow citizens of the South will not
a tract, &c. began this BROWN, be'LJ
t la wrens/ Bless;.me, ,cried; a istrangeron scrawl, asharp little girl, was brought for 14 Adjutant Gen. Florida Militia.., / vain.:, Itwould be a eproach to our PlanW
to meet the fate of
_' room the
how '
entering court la\y- Review.
many purpose.. She repeated a short the Oi ''So'ir
_ have how is it that half poem TREASURER'S *"* last'it maybe justly said, that it
possible ;
yers you ; extremely well. I then said "Now I NOTiqE. I fered fall : was iUfl I
this number ian find employjpent ? Noth f_: i CAPT. R A. DILLS to ,when it was not only rearing forl
i must "
examine -
what know ,
of the Bi
a merited
".' ing so easily cjnccivcd replied a bvstand- ble. Who you I -TREASURER'S ; TTT71LL rail once 'a'week from Savannah fame as a literary people I '
Abraham but
t ? After it also 'S01leB
was was
some .
Tallahassee "to vindicating the
March OFFICEJ' Picolata, touching at Darien St. Southern hb-
-i er they live watching each other. I ,
; oy icsitatRin its
I conceive tho how the. : she ans\vered, "I think he,was BY an act passed 21st i ii( Mary'a, ,*Jacksonville and Mandarin.WILLIAM from the unjust aspersions which tan ,
stranger, case been itb.
nays Eui i
i'ft '' an : r inan. .-[Hann lh More. is provided that all Bonds executed bj so liberally bestowed upon us out of oorl
The watches 'the cut DUNCAN
catchpolo section of
Auctioneers, shall be forwarded the :u 'country. The Southern? She
by Judge
'Iprit'the; attorney the catchpole, the coun- A p : "the of the County Court to the Treasurer of the Agent,at Savannah. culturalist" in some measure supplies thtl 1 ld
>sellor the attorney; and the solicitor the January11835';, : 1 place of the Southern
coot rsy o 'tie lest century, 8Sto'tbe Territory of Florida; and thatall Auctioneers I Review, so far as regards hdWh
"'counsellor.' You put mo.in mind, says theetrnntffer preference lttldDEJ\NS'-Vhen van to? the ancients or shall quarterly in each year commencing on the'circumstances last alluded to. It

of n fable I \vheDII'wa.tat the QM erns said'the ancients bad the 1st of January, transmit to the Treasurer DESIRABLE. MILL PROPERTY serves as a Register not only of methods 0our

.. 'school l, which was this: been modenil7 it waS by means under oath, taken! before some Judge, copy FOR SALE., husbandry, but also of facts relating to I
.A jjrarshoppcr wet with dew was'me'r- clear the of all sale effected by him, with, the amount system of Slavery. The the deci.pUne c
r M' ,. d.beco ne ancients. and at what time and THE-Subscriber offers for sale, his Saw. ] the treatment the characters And
a leaf a whang am that The place, and for whom of jurl
i{ 'eats grasshoppers, was just stretching forth said+ that advice9f oho ;\ as'eacellenthe;, the same was made: Now, all Auctioneersare and four"hundred and the improvements, Slaves, 'are fairly suited to. its. pages, indl Till
tbe of
wo ancients with seventy acres Land, constitute, topics
devour required to take notice of said law as interesting and important
to it a snake that ,1414 attached thereto
; eatsvhangams the
respect, and conform _greater of which 11.8 which
it part
thernoderns.withoutenvy.1Nine to or suits upon their Bonds must abounds any can engage either our own at!
lay coiled ready to fasten the in
up upon be instituted. superior Yellow-Pine timber,- tention or the attention
of the of those
; Judges County Courtsare abroad who
1 wbangum; the hawk that 'eats snakes had hundred and fifty chests of tea requested without delay to forward there are about forty acres;cleared and enclosed feel a legitimate interest in our concerns.

", ".just stooped 1 from above to seize upon theanakeall'equall were imported from the United States to properly certified and approved, the Bonds or frame the improvements consist of a large The subscriber begs leave,'in conclusion,! Ace

{ intent upon their'prey Great Britain in the packet-ship England Auctioneers in their possession. suitable Dwelling House, nearly, nevv;;and to remark, that if he. had not undertaken i to I ADd
If and' unmindful of their & out b rdings.. The Mill 'is of waterpower continue the
land danger. Just which arrived at Liverpool in December > CHARLES AUSTIN, bdilt publication of this Periodical,,i it.re1,
.|' at tho 8l1me moment, the,wlmngam eat the last. Treasurer. of the Territory of Florida. but was has to carry two saws though most probably/would, havebeen,: either
1 ,grasshopper, the snake 'eat,. the whangam, 14: one and been put in operation. second moped from our city, or been suspended. Who
a small) Grist,
( the hawk eat the snake, when soaring from Sam,do you snore when you are asleep ? saws; Mill'could, at an inconsiderable Whether' it will be in his power to continue lit,, Till
DRY GOODS expense be will .. ._ __
advantageously denend nnlv
GROCERIES put not "fh. 'Pu. :
tc.Vinm nn !
on high a vulture gobbled up the grasshopper No, never ;, for I lay awake one night on j I r1HE hand' in] nnnratinn1, hn above nrnnnriv in Bit>int..>? the Literary.Contributions "; but: Thel
ublcriber rtn B.Dd MrAP" J -- ----- -- of Southern p I an-1
> and all. to
purpose Black
whongoin on Creek, two miles below l the:
! l ''tI' see.NEW JL for sale,on reasonable tem ,the following and twelve fromSt.' ferXI !ers. He confidently now leaves this matter1D I
.- articles, viz i John's River ; the l their! hands, feeling full assurance ktl
GOODS.' stands immediately on th*bank of the Creek. there is Who
THE DULL Faoo. r
There the
onco lived in : wanting on part of our Planter,!
.J J Charleston, a family"named Frog, and the THE Subscriber has for sale the following ,PRY GOODS.'N A further description :'med unnecessary, neither the liberality nor mental energies necessary fn
of merchandise. egrQ Cloths as persons wishing to purchase examine to
,.4 father and mother4arried their infant'sonto f white and '};]low Flannels bleached and for themselves the euatain'Wa Southern Agriculturist| But
A by
Superior Blankets calling on subscriber .
I quality from $4 50 to A. E. MILLER Publisher.
ode of the churches to have it brown Check striped and the ,
plaid Homespuns. residing on
I. $550;
'*What is the name ftfthe child ?"asked A good per pair.quality Negro cloth Calicoes, Silks, Gloves Linens, Imported If the above mentioned is not disposed Charleston, S.,C.'Dec.1,1834. 0
371-2 .
c property
the minister, at the ffltfe timo taking up a Irish ;Linen from 50 o to $1.00.< pr yd. I Ginghams, Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba- of by the first of August next, it will to Persons W. desirous of subscribing. can a P m Wh(

handful of water, ready to pour upon the Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds. for $1.00. ,zettes, Oznabiirgs, Burlaps, &c.' then be leased,for one or two years office. .T. WILLIAMS' Savannah or at "'Ill

infant's face-",In troth," replied the father 3-4 Homespuns unbleached lOc per yard, HARD WARE AND CUTtERY. THOMAS J.' BROWN. 1 8 And

"we hav'nt yet made up our: minds ont Superior\ faney stripes 18 3-4er Lamps, Candlesticks, Guns, Axes Adzes, Black Creek, Feb. 2. BOSTON PEARL AND
.. the particular, and don't know well what to Silk h'dkfs from 60c to $150, Extent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, I 3w6 THE GAZETTE. Volume'LITERA-Four

.call) it I" ".Och," says the facitious Judge 4-4 unbleached Shirting 13o per yard by Screws:' Brass Knobs,Hoes,Sad Irons, I FOR SALE. Published every.week, by \Vbl
the piece 6 for Pad-Till Chest Trunk_ ,
; or y'ds one dollar Gun Closet-
Burke -
who be by
happened to ,
present, Brass FEW thousand Seed
,\., :; ,, "f '. there's his honor<
i ;"' good friend of yours' ; suppose, Dennis, 130 to 2oc per yard by the piece, Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges Jan22. .41 number containing eight large quarto pa
'f' ,
Jyou call him after the' equal to duodecimo of miscel-
Judge. "With Sattinetts from 87 l-2o to $1 23: superfine Cork Screws Hand and cross cut Saws sixty pages-

I ;sail'my heart.". replied the father, "be i it Superfine cloth $t4 60 per yard, Knives and Forks, Brittania-Plated Table, GREAT NATIONAL WORK. riot loosens and onginal matter, printed on en Wh.Aga.
'so, and the, clergyman instantly pairing White and red flannels from 371-2o to and Tea SpoonS; Iron Squares, Pocket Compasses AMERICAN .MAGAZINE handsome white paper with perfectly new type
the water upon )he'chilq's' and C2 l:2o yard DrawingKnives. Braces titlepage"and.correct: index wille |
tee per Socket
peating the name, the unconscious parents I Bed tickings from.183-40'to 25o per yard, Chisels, &c.GROCERIES'.- Of useful lustratcd and Entertaining Knowledge,to le' tf. > furnished, and the work at the end of the BlacWh
will form
numerous year, an volume
Engravings. excellently printed
found that their darling baby was Musquito netting I good quality $125 pr ps. & PROVISIONS. BY TIlE BOSTON BEWICK tOMPANY. of four, hundred and sixteen equal llo
neither'more nor less than a Bull frog. ALSO Coffee, Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugars three thousand duodecimo pages ,
A good assortment of belt success which has- pages.
fancy ribbands- 3hampaigne, Maderia-Claret-Fort and THE the pub- The volume will contain
; PATiExcE1.' :-It is raid that in olden time shirt buttons-silk-sewing .silk-ball and Malaga Wines, Spices, N. E. Rum, American of the best Magazines from the ,of music for the Piano Forte twenty-six&c. pieces l ItO AnclGir:
before hanging spool thread-writing paper-superior do.- Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy. Tabacco English Press, has led to preparations for issuing ]
.\ was brought.to ,its present ladles white hose Soap, one hundred of common sheet music, which
-horn and wood combs- Flour Cop, Rice Pilot Bread periodical more particularly adapted
"perfection it to tho ,, Butter could not be'purchased' for le-
'customary give silk and to the wants and separately
> criminal choice cotton .umbrellatand. a good as- I Crackers; Beef, Pork, Codfish Mackerel taste of the American pub- than
of p tree onwhichtoswing. comment of ic.. While it will be five.donars;.and the publisher determined -
c Now it happened that 'a witty son of Erin Butter, Lard, Cheese, Figs, Almonds, Raisons prietors'to make the the object of the proI I to procure the simple, rather than the Wh
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.. Apples, Hams work strictly what its
J' had been Sausages anddifficult.'Although Orfullr
,in crime title indicates it
a which Q J The Onions &c. &c. will, nevertheless
above articles are of the best quali. contain the'
brought him to the undesirable all articles of interest }publisher places no'depen- 'Ca.Wh.
\ and will be sold for -ALSO- to its
y; a small advance for patrons, which 4 dance whatever the
in of it
choosing the .tree which he cash appear in foreign Magazines. support ,as
ou would or produce.,. Drugs and Medicines, Paints Crockery I from its awill
>: be suspended,and Pat JOHN! and Glass Ware Powder and"Sho Extensive preparations have been paper, engravings,yet
judiciously W. entered
,very e e- RICIIARD. Shoes, into both with 1 be presented occasionally, plates from cc,pperiper
lected the gobadmy. It was objected Jacksonville B Dots.. and a meat variety of articles Artists and :Authors to furI .
.K by Jan. 22. 4tf to numerous I and wood ofbelLutifbl. wnr1rm.n.hin.. .. .nd I1n.
nish, from all TT 1__ ___ -- ---- -- ---- -
or ---- -
the.officer that it too small. to parta th. __;HM_ .......! _
was. But 'Pat mention.HARDYH. Illustrations\ -- -- o .ug ish. Already have appeared a beau tiCoo' Ant

:;:, 'pereiaieuinuecu; your honor, us' a rare NOTICE.' PHILIPS.N. which the publishers of every subject of interest engraved portrait of James Fenimore Bl1tW

1IIt i tree, and since Pntridlc.. OTlannagan is ALL hereby notified that pur- B.-CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,Deer enable them to issue confidently believe will executed on steel, and a chaste'vigsette title

j mover in a hurry to. bo' banged;he'll jist to there of Congress, of March Skins, Tallow, Furs, Beeswax, Moss Deer title and acceptable to a the work American honorable to its ,age, engraved on copper.

wait till it i grows Jd, 1831, entitled, "An Act to provide for Horns, &c. .. Hi: H. P. The American Magazine People. Its contents will be various and spirited, c

the punishment of offences committed in cut Jacksonville, Jan. 15,1835. 3tf nonthly-each humber is published i there will be a general record of Occurrences But

!} LJoAL: PATH65r-=lVof long since an eni- ting destroying or removing Lire Oak and I forty and fifty imperial octavo containing between Statistics, Obituary notices, &c. 4u. iA

.Jnent lawyer, intbe'It4te'ofObio closed other Timber, or trees reserved for naval SUGAR MILL FOR'SALE. DOLLARS per annum, payable in pages at..Twd" addition to the TalesLegepdsEaa T e, Tr *- 'RefTh
pathetic barotiffvieto turposes.. Positive proof will be requiredof It elling, Literary; Fugitive and Historical
a jury in follow. BARGAIN is and
offered in
all persons shipping such Timber that the A the Sketches Biographical Sketches Biography, Poetry, &e. making u>
; of
strain Arid
log :- 1 now the shades of sale of it ?New Sugar Mill from distinguished Americans
night has West Views
; ,
same not been elegant for
cut from lands the Public paper parlor,and for the J over
had ,shrouded: ,the .earth in property Point Foundry 'diameter of Centre of Buildings Monuments
darkness; all of the United States, or from lands ; Roller, and im of polite literature, 'aa 'contribut ons will B* 'WIor
f nature lay wrapt in solemn thought, when which the Timber has been reserved for on two feet two and a half inches,and two outer l less provements ; Landscape scenery-the bound- secured from some of the most popular American -
naval ease and -
these defendant ruffians came rushing likea purposes. JAMES DELL one foot ten and, one-fourth iacheewithiron variety beauty of which, in this authors..

mighty torrent from the hills, down to 4 Collector., Kettles cogs points, &c, as "also a set of country struction, will and form an unceasing source of in. :The work will be printed u well,and con
f the abode of and January 1835. from the noted Foundry in Scotland 1 gratification; Engravings and tain a much
peace happiness, broke tf 2NOTICE. known by name of the Carina descriptions of the character, habits reading matter as any a mil*! ,
open the plaintiff's ,door Foundry, war of quarto paper now published ia the Unit**
separated the Birds Beasts ,
ranted and proof, as malleable Iron. The Fishes, and Insects,
"weeping mother from her in ca- with together ; and it cm safely and. truly be.c ailed
screeching pacity of the'grand Kettle is three every subject connected with the
fant, and took away my client's rifles, gen. aL' persons- trespassing on the land of the gallons, and proportioned or graduated..hundred graphy, History, Natural 'and Artificial Geo the c&eapest journal of the kind..
to resources TriUfsThree
tlemen of the. for *crib i| >raKy) owned by William of the dollars annum, U for
jury which per
: we charge n; Ross sixty gallons, being four to the set all of country,illustrated in a familiar is
and ;
paper -
only fifteen do lsrs." VroateWn' Six Mile Creek, in which with Coolers, Vats, and and popular manner. firmly established be paid ia wranee.
the Territory of East Florida, shall be dealt contain a Cistern to Boston Bewick Two dollars for, six, months, to bel
"' with according to law, thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be Company. paid in advance. '
/ A disposed of if No. 47, Court Street.
wise COl'fCLU'IOlf.A who had applied shortly,for at least Boston,1834.
c been calculating on some easy way of Jacksonville March :3.JIN YOUMANS. twenty-five per cent below cost. C3: Editors of Newspapers-tiuou -

making money, observed that he thought; IwlO A line directed: to ,E. B. COX, on Sidon United State. who will publish the foregoing .tOIlN A..SrLLOWA.Y W

of entering into the land speculation but WINDOW Plantation, McIntosh County Georgia, (as Prospectus, and notice the contents of the ,
SASHES, Manager,) will attended Ettate mnd JftT 14aJ.iu' Broker N 26r 10u 1depe
be bad given that up and concluded sizes to Magazine from time to time,shall be ,entitled ,
lay ,
his money out for .cow. OF'different constantly JOSIAH for sale March 12. 4w11 to the first volume. ErcJutnge-ttrtet, Boston, Mast?

I Jacksonville FOGG. Any person the WILL attend to the solllag and boriffleal '
January 28. 5tf remitting Agent, by mail 1ou.Nl
NOTICE. Estate in of tfct-
I poet paid Ten every part
Artskw Dollars
J>ZI'INlTIOlf.-A 4 shall
young lady, at TO ALL persons indebted to the subscribers, copies for one receive six United States. People desirous( emigrating ttbPtQee
an examination in SHOEMAKERS year-and continued
grammar, was asked by note or book account the as long from'one pfrt of the Union to anoU rr
GOOD are re- as is | ,
why, the noun Bachelor was singular I A who will attend to quested to settle the same without A money regularly forwarded. can always receive correct information >f Itheil
delay liberal
busineM and ; will be
i she replied immediately, and with much be industrious, would and no credit will be given at their. store and well price paid for appropriate applying at bis office. He.ill receive order*' ,

I *naivete,*"because Uis very singular they eonstahUy byestabluhing employed: himself and receive fOOd after the tat of Febru ry. trative of written articles, or drawings, illus for variouaJtinda of Merchandize, deUyerwvu1 It
pay national'subjects
1 don't get married this place.. BLANCHARD & RIDER. possessing in. ; paAf the Union. Communic.tiouaddr
/; JacktoaviUe Jan. 15. terest. Subscriptions lope
<' .. .,. ,.+.' '. Jtf.,' Jacksonville, January 24th,.1835. 5tftJS. Dec. 25, 183-1:' received at this 0&*. ued 0 him.will be .promptly attended!

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