Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 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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' JACKSONVJLljB COURIER, PUBLISHED Bt AUTHORITY Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That tho made, and,'shall bo heard and decided as in this Territory shall receive for"any iu tru-!

L18HlANCX,A "EEE BY, sixty sccqnd<< section of an acts ,entitled an other cases. mcnt of writing of ono' hundred words or 'l
TBJ : '. LAW act, relating! to, crimes' and misdemeanors Sec. G. Bo it further enacted, That in all less twenty-five cents.

L. CUR {,ER & CO.r t :. committed by slaves, free negroes, and cases on motions to dissolve an attachment,, For] any instrument of writing, for each '

ear, payable'ialf yearly; OP OF/F TI1 mulattoes, be, and<< tho same is thereby re. tha party plaintiff and party defendants one hundred words, twenty-five cent ''

e TiRMS-.t: -Sing per laperh,12, ,ceita.serted TERRITORY TIIIRTEENTit: OtRIDA. pealed.Passed shall have right and<< equal right to demand Certifying the same, twcnt -five cdnts ;
:_n advance PASSED AT .THE SJJSION, BEGUN J. contracts a jury to try mo Sec. 2. Bo it further That '
ancj enacted
' Advertisements AND HELD AT THE,:COT jif TALLAHASSEE Approved Feb.'14th 1835.CItAP. tion. ti
u ade for yearly a ertising, on easonable ON MONDAY: JAHUAR. 5tll, AND Sec. 7. Ho it further enacted, That no whenever any marshal, sheriff; or other II

1 .. |, FEBRUARY I4tll1835. officer, in this Territory, shall ,take any
erms.'AU ENDED .
852. [No. xxx.11 Dill limiting of this law shaT bo construed
ad- part operate slave slaves i
or by execution attach
man\ or
commumcati >
y maybe Gov '
.s JOHN II. EATON }rnor. the time of appointment cf Auctioneers retroactively. ,
Wiuiier. Id Cou- ment, it shall be his duty to bin said slaved :
' reseed to E. | ,
in all Iset 'GEORGE K.WALKER,Sec.. ort)!I:rerritoIj.J and for other purpO es.- fi.I '. Passed. Feb. 13u1835.. or slaves to the .highest 1ih40t: pnbfio, I ,

,.-postage ",<',, '- !Editort.the' ... It VAttREIYrealdetlfti'4a[ Council,, Sec. 1.. Ito it enacted\...by the, Governor Approved; 'cl>..14th, 1835, outcry within three days after, such alavo- /
1 .t n and legislative Councilfuje Territory of slaves shall i I
,lldh :'s 'p I or have. been. Utyu into hty j' t
1a Florida That all appointments Auction Cu P.85$ No. XXXltlj] Jin alt to revive \
,. act [ and tho oitsuch
''n .rt9.J.I: CHAP. 850.. [No. xxym.) Jin. to,amend custody, proceeds biro't' !
:'P'M; eers heretofore made by tho Governor mid an act to 'provide, for :the collection of I
t --\tGr\"Ii.E\ : act entitled An act provide for thecoUectwn shall go to tho extinguishment the debt '
St. .nll : ,an I
ACoheI .t 1'. M. Legislative Council in this Territory, judgments against free: and otherpersona.therern
isr All w..rtn-"E.: l sq. of Rents, passed 20th Nov. haUl I ntgrots for which said property was takea.and that'i 1
led Aemiatsoile--S..Ellisl I sq. P. M. 1828. after the expiration of two years from andafter named.Sec said marshal, sheriff: or other oficor shall '

Spring, GrO' -J.,.Garrison, Esq. P M. Sec..1. Bo it enacted the Governor tho passage of this act, bo considered<< 1. Bo it' enacted by tho Governorand take bond and sufficient\ security(p bo ap-b: I I
6 by commissionof'Auctioneers
i expired and that not
GEORGIA. as having Council of the of
Legislative Territory him for the of said
<< proved by forthcoming
Council of the of( ,
N St. )Jarv'sDooH.ttl/ ,Esq. P. g.SarannoA and Legislative Territory | shall in future l be granted Florida, That the act ;to j provide for tho slavo'or slaves hired aforesaid: Provided

Ii -S. Philbrick, Esq. I Florida, That any tenant, or lessee at will,) by tho Governor, for a longer time than- collection of judgments against free 'negroes nothing herein contained shall interfere, I (

MtcOTt-Edmund, Russell. ( or at sufferance, or for part of a year, or I ,two'years. } and other pcrsons/thcrciu: named, with tlio right of replevy given by law t r

h for one or more years, of any,houses, lands,, Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That all passed tho 28th day of January, 1832, be, "
THE BUTTERFLY'S A PEAL. or tenements, and the assigns, under tenants laws, or parts of laws passed heretofore for and tho same is hereby revived and madein << Soc. 3. Bo it Amber enacted marshals That tho
to Oh, harm me not!ioh';,net me free !- or legal representatives of such tenant the regulation of Auctioneers Auctions: full force from tho passage of this act: i fcca"oftclcrks, shcriffv
bo removed from such translators, and all other officers herein i,
or lessee; may inconsistent with the provisions of this act or
listen while I !l'1fc Provided however, }hat this act shall! not
pray heretofore
hereinafter i provided for law shall in nil '
in tho ,
premises ,, manner pre be, and the same are hereby repealed. free who resident -
it that want with me ?- apply to any negro was a be I
What is you scribed in the following cases Sec. 3. Bo it further nctcd, That noth- its i cases collected at each term of the court, .
in this Territory previous to cession -
de Oh, bear me not away 1st. When such person shall hold over ing in this act shall be construed to derogate to tho United States, and who has from tho party' for. whom tho cervices have "'

ab What is it you would do g-sure not :. and continue in the possession' of tho de- from the chartered rights of any incorporated continued to reside 'in it to, tho present been rendered, where paidson; ices liavoreference "
r To stop this beating heart? mised premises,'or any part thereof, after City or Town ii; this Territory time to cases pending in any court: '
of his time without the ) Provided, that each distinct item of cost a
i Oh, think-it is a life of love expiration permission ,. ec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That, the shall bo .
of his landlord.2d. Passed'Feb,10th,1835.Approved particularly enumerated in the bill ,,
b would bid act, entitled An act to repeal the before
That depart. '
you Where such person shall, bold over ]Feb. 14tli, 1835.: mentioned t pnsscd'1Gth day of Janua- costs <*, t j ':
r Sec. 4. 15o it further enacted TJmtitshall 'I
! My wings they tremble so-do! : see without permission as aforesaid, any ry, 1834, be, and tho same is.hereby're- tho
be the of tho clerks of
of to duty several .
e default in the payment rent pursuant CHAP. 853. [No. xxxi.] An act to prohibit \ I
are pealed. '
What things they
fragile courts, to tax tho costs accruing in each .:
tho agreement under which such premisesare the circulation of notes foreign banks of Passed Feb. 13th 1835. :
And they bear me light and free'Up at the close of each and tenn'ot' '
yet shthll case
:I held, and a demand of such rent it less denomination than Jive dollars. Approved Feb. 14th 1635.CHAP. every
,, thro the fragrant,air, l made, or three days notice, in 'no it enacted by: the Governor and Lo- court if required. '

a Oh, pleasant are the sights they bringIn writing, requiring.tho payment of such gislative Council of the Territory of Florida 85G.: [No. xxxiv.] An ad its relation Sec. 5. lie it further enacted,That when }

the sweet summer hours: rent, on the possession of tho premises, and That from and' after the first day of to Fugitives from Justice.Bo such hill of costs shall have been BO taxed .
entitled and approved<< of by tho judge ,of the court '
shall have been'served by tho bo lawful for
person it shall
them- Juno:next .not any
h to look at ,
Do not
joy Legislative
you tho it enacted by the Governor << wherein ni< ,
oft like flowers ? ., to such rent, on person owning person to pass, or attempt'to )pass any.note of. Florida -
So flying / same; by either delivering to the tenant to of a foreign bank of a. less denomination Council of tho Territory I it shall have the force and effect of an ex- f

t ht You do not,know, you do not hear, whom it shall be directed, a true copy than fivo, dollars, under tho penalty of That it shall be tho when duty demand ot tho Governor shall edition, to which the property, real,'and I
of this
Territory of tho whom -j
for said services
ifsuch be absent from personal, party <<
tenant offence be
thereof; or dollars for each to recovered
it And yet I have voice, his'.1ast or'usual place of residence, by' twenty of the bo made of him, by tho Executive of any have been rendered shall bo liable\ an I I

r That says and sings all sorts things! leaving,a copy thereof at such place. I one half before'any to the prosecutor justice and tho peace other; State or Territory, of any fugitive ,from in other cases, of executiona.\ I ISce.

,To make the world,rejoice ; Sec. 2J: Be it further enacted, That the half to,bo paid into the County Treasury justice, in tho manner prescribed by the .d. Bo it further enacted, 'That no I,

U My little world -which, tho' so small landlord, his legal representative, agent,' or for county purposes ( act of Congress, approved, 12th February, fee shall bo charged, in any'case,or for any:- : ,

i Is yet a world to me- .., assigns, applying for tlrtv removal of any Passed;Feb. 10th,'1835. 1803, to cause said fugitives to bo arrested official services performed, of,claimed to" ,

Oh, spare me-and J.'J1'tell you whyI such tenant, describing' therein the premi- I Approved, Fcb.14tbll835. and secured cither issuing by making,an' order public-to'Jhat proclamation 1x5 performed by any clerk,'marshal, ehcr- ,
:-j.M;Zr-'"H> lea,'before some justice of the peace of tho -- ; countable,eorot r;judges Jnadeulrnna- j'j'Uli
beg BO earnestly r'county where the demised premises are CII P. 854. [No. xxxn.] An tct in addi- effect under, his as hand ho may and deum tho seal most of tlio expedient'IVrrito-, tutor keeper of archioves, or otltor, public '

et t There is another who will grieve situated, whose duty it shall be, thereuponto tion to' the several" acts'' reflating the therein commanding them to arrest the officer of any name, character or description : I

If harm should come tome ; issue his summons,, describing tho pre mode of proceeding on attaciment. ry fugitive, therein named; and it shall be the whatsoever within tho Territory,appointed
mises of which possession 'is' demanded, by, or acting under tho authorityof
We fly together, sport together, and requiring the in possession' of Sec. 1. .Be it enacted by tie Governor duty of any marshal ,or sheriff upon re- tho Jaws thereof unless said fees bo oxprcosly '
Ir and Legislative Council of tie Territoryof such order forthwith to execute
Over the ; ceiving '
sunny authorised and their .
said the possession amount upccl-
or claiming
i Florida That from and after the I
And when the .shade: comes o'er the flowers,, thereof forthwith to remove from the passageof tho same. lied by law. [ .
this act, it shall bo lawful fo: any person Sec,2. Bo it further enacted, That when
Or when the chill wind heaves same, or to show cause before the said jus- obtain writ of attachment whether tho arrested he she Sec. 7. Do'it further enacted, That BO ...
to a shall be ; or
The roses to and fro, we makeA tice, within not less thin three Lays, nor debt or demand l bo duo or mt, Provided; shall any be immediately committed to some much of tho act entitled an act to establish '
more than five, why//possession of said a tariff of fee, approved, 15th of February, \
couch beneath the leaves. that tbo same will become ducwitliin nine safe jail or prison; and it shall be tho dutyof !
premises should not be delivered to tho ap- for said eighteen and thirty-four, as ia Inconsistent
He's flown to find the sunniest bank months from the time of applying tho marshal,'deputy marshal, sheriff or with this act, be, and the same l is 11eroby"i
plicant writ of attacbr ient.,, And provided, also, deputy sheriff upon euch arrests being I i
h For us to rest upon) Sec. 3. Bo it further enacted, That if at tho repealed. fV" "
that the time of such application, person made tbo Governor thereof aim *
notify 'f'
Feb. Cth 1835. fr'Apprdvcd fCIIAP.
do he back the in 'said summons, no Passed, I
What'will he when comes time appointed demand .
1 against whom the debt or also of the jail or prison to which said .\1- Feb. 14th 1835.1>-.4 .'* '
And finds that lam ? sufficient cause be shown to the contrary, shall be his or .,....
gone charged, actuolly'remo'ing gUive shall bo committed; and said fugitive .; &ir>?" I
the said justice shall issue, his warrant to the limits of this Territory of ...' "
You'll have a J Jove someday, perhaps- constable of said \ commanding her property beyond shall be dealt with as by said act Ciur. 859. [No. XXXVII. An tutconctrn- '
Ne'er be treated any or be frauduently disposing of orA is provided. "' 1
THEY so !- Congress the limitation of aclOjfts., '
all from the premi inK
to remove persons secreting tho'same for the purpose of avoiding i Passed Jan. 4tli 1835.
E'en now: he longs for me to.come- ses Bforesald'nnd to put the said applicantin the payment of,his or her just debts or ,Approved, Feb. Oth, 1835. Bee 1. Bo it enacted<< ofYtho Governor.. 1

Oh, let me, let me go 1.! full possession thereof. demands.Sec. and Legislative Council Territory or '

decided Sec. 4. Be it further' 'enacted, That the 2. Bo it further enacted,That such CHAP 857. [No. xxxv.]] Jin act to prevent Florida,That any person, an inhabitant or, j !

MARRIAGE always'cft" ct9'a who person in possession o{ such demised premises writ as is provided for in the preceding trespasses and depredations on lands lh. resident of this Territory, who Blmll bo,, r, ''
in the sentiments' those
hangs and any person claiming possessionthereof section this act, shall in DO case be issu- \n the jurisdiction of the Territory of sued within' tho sumo upon any contract]
ome within the sacred pale under a proper may at the timp\ appointed in such ed unless the,party applying for tho' ame, }'lorid made orj,.liability accrueing in any foreign' '"r
sense of the responsibilities of the mar. showing or before shall first moke country, or beyond tbo limits of thia Terri, );
for cause, his :
summons, or agent, or attorney,
tho Governor 'and Lofrislativo
i Be it enacted -
ied the interounie by "
state. However delightful issuethe "
winch contract or liability
file an affidavit with the justice who oath in writing that the amount of the debtor tory, upon
of wedded hearts, there is, to a well summons, denying the facts upon for
gulated'mind, something extremely sol which the said summons was issued, or the opposite party, is actually existing That it shall not bo lawful Gny.tockowner where the contract was mode, or tlio lia-, .j' ;
tbo limit of the
an in the duties imposed by this inter- the matters said oath not residing within Inlity originated, then in every such case i
any'of the said facts;r debt or demand ; stating also, in his ;
'ng relation. The'reflection that an ex- therein controverted shall l be tried by six in writing, tho time when said debt or demand Territory of Florida, to drive the Territorial Block' or the defendant may plead .uch,Jaw ]In er,1. ,

ncewhich was separate and in de pen- legal jurors to be immediately summoned will actually become due and payable cattle upon the lands within fectual,bar of the suit thereon tn tbllTer"Pi, _
other ;
nt is ended 'and and limits of the same for any purpose
that 311 its hopes '
,. 1
for that t I and that the: against whom ritory. t' ''(;,
empannelled purpose. ; also, party sale ot'the and .
of same ,
terests arc blended with those of anotherul for than tbat making j PUSBO.L' Feb. 12ili, 1833. .. a ./ ,. ; ; ,
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That if the the said writ or attachment n applied such stock cattle owner shall 00 ''
> ia deeply effecting, as it imposes the Jier Wavy or AI'IJrovc&l'tb.14th @8fc; ; "
shall be i is actually removing his or property > r -I
thievery act which shall in- verdict of the jury so summoned, drive or cause to be driven any stock, or
Conviction '
other the limits of this. Territory, or ((111 I .
beyond *
in favor of the landlord or lands within the limits of raid
p uence the of the one, will color is disposing cattle upon SCO. [No. .xx.nlll ] c IAnatt toy pre- f-: ,
the be
happiness of said case ) fraudulently : :
for the possession may shall J
e destiny .. nut"when theon'88 person, applying the for the ofavoiding' Territory for grazing, or pennit'snycattle vent any person in thin ;frritory from, '
his of
shall issue or secreting same purpose
the justice off and pawedthe
premises which haveMrayed
that of Jove thia of .
,, feeling her cariying arms secretly. '
his put "f1;
the of or ;
warrant to, constable 'of said county, : payment limits of Florida' for more than ono.month
t- -of the
gone moct'dolightfultharI of Bo it enacted the Governor and Lecwlative .
debt proof by -
landlord or
him to Territory
00' commanding put to remain within the said
Irannihilates the habit ,
I clued .. t .
saidpremises of tho of Florida
to Council
of which shall be demanded produced Territory .
BeJfish) and teaches the heart or other person, into possession the stock or cattle vo driven or remaining
f enjoyment
; from and after tho ofilib *
directed whichit the officer granting the attachment.Sec. passage
o delight in that which to ,' as hereinbefore within tho Dane, shall bo forfeited and .
rther. The affections become pleasure shall be his'duty forthwith to execute. 3. lie it further enacted, That no subject to sale upon proof being thereof act,1 i Territory be lawful for any person in
gradualalarged writ of attachment provided for in this act, this to carry arms of any kind!
enacted That
d, expanding as the ties of rela- Sec. 6. Bo it further no made.before a justice of the peace or coun .
lessee shall be shall in case be issued, till bond 'with whatsoever Bccrctly, on or about their per.
of tenant or any half of the of such
hip and the duties of life accumulate property any ty judge ; one proceeds
no, until the individual to exempt from distress and sale for rent, except security as directed in tbo tenth section-of vale. shall bo for the benefit of the informer sons ; anti| if any dirk, pistol, or other arm/
low isolated existence lives bed, bed clothes,and wearing apparelPassed the act, approved, February 15tb, 1834, and the other halt to tbo Territory of or weapon, except a common pocket: knife '
tip enurely Feb. 6th 1835. entitled, An act to amend on act regulating iiliall be seep,or known to bo secreted upon '
others and .for society. But it is the .
I in this
the of
Territory .
Feb. 1835. the mode of proceeding ou attachments, person anyone ,
srous and'the virtuous alone, who thus Approved, J4tb, be Ilven. Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted,That if any auch pervon BO offending shall 6n. conY o-' :

joy this agreeable relation. Some heartsere M act to repeal Sec.'4. Be it further enacted,That in all person or persons: shall with intent to avoid tion, bq fined not exceeding five hundred
851. No
> are, too callous to give nurture to a CHAP, [ xxxxxzLJ] act thereto: cases when writ of attachment shall tho foregoing,provision of this act make dollars and DOt lees than, fifty dollara! )&'
ate sentiment. There minds a certain act and,part ofgn any colourable or'fictitious tale of rattle to
ore toottovrto be issued under the authority any Imprisoned pot more than six months,'and .

oh expansive be- named. the Governorand the property attached shall, be discharge any person within the Territory without not less than one month ej tabs discretion.
rolence. Sec. 1. Be it by
valuable consideration, the cattle to fraud however tuft .
Provided tht
of the of and restored to the defendant or defend of the jury> ,,
v to the existence of disinteretrted Legislative Council' Territory ants his, her or their entering into bond ulently and fictitiously Bold, shall!, in like law, auoll not lx BO construed aa 10 prevent
entitled in on ,
Florida That the act an act, relation -
e be forfeiture.
or subject to
'endahip.A manner from staropenly
carrying ,
with slaves, pusaed 5th with sufficient security, to be approved by any person .
to trading Paged Feb. 5th 1835. of all their clothe and it shall bo
which the writ i is returnable, I ouuikle {
GL"fTLEJU.l'f.-Great' qualities make :Feb. 1834, be, and the same Its is hereby repealed j the conditioned court to for the payment to the plain. Approveh4 Feb. 10th, 1835. the duty of judge of the Superior Court

men. Who,says Seneca,ia a gentle so far as to prevent operation mat of the debt or demand, in thia Territory, to giro the matter con* '
? The man whom nature hath diapo- } and South Florida' ; (with'' the exception tiff in attachment the shall become due-or said Ciur. &))8. (No xxxn.] A BUI entitled(; tained in thus act in apecial charge to Utof ,
when came
and it for virtue., This of Columbia County) and that it be act to amend act entitled act to Counuca '
as were cut out attached be repleyied according An an an grand the several inv,;_
ia !well born indeed ; for he wants repealed in the County of Escambia in 'property so law In other may cases. establish a tariff'of fees, ihjp Territory, at every aeaakm oC.*Lo.. I

Jg else to make him noble, who has West Florida,and no further J and that the Sec. 5.to Belt as further enacted, That motions Sec.1. Do it enacted .by the Governor' Court .... A,;$<# .

blln so generous, that b.e can rise above acts repealed! ,by that act, be revived in all for dissolving wit />f attachment. and Legislative Council of,the Territory( .1'aStd,Jan.28th, 1835..Approved j
triumph fortune let his condition places in this Territory, where said>act; i* oft Jan. 30th 1835.-
over be Florida Thafltramlaton of iho couna 1 ,
C fe be what wilt ,s ,' ,not in 'or e. ". ?,,4 .. -, .- ,. .u: granted by. authority. 1 1actIJtiey., ", .




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r'. Jarkntts vrithout end I II looked around to made a progress. It had almost disappeared I presence and Almightiness. At such a Jng that the applicatio [,him Lad been
a [For theCourier..] coo if I could catch a glimpse of a supernatural iq, the mist of night and only: a dark Indistinct moment we can .scarcely venture a doubtof delayed until the latest ment ;-encl08.
: 'MR..EDTox--The'follotvin is an ab- presence.' -whether at the time the line was visible : 'but after we had his being and existing! for our very soulis ingn bank note for.on. undred pound
s 4 street of letter to a friend, written chiefly soul took its flight there was a visitation exerted ourselves for a length of time i it strong and earnest in its commune with (500 dollars,) + soon after the occurrence took I, ceto of a spiritual essence! -:or whether I could began to appear more and more distinct. that tttil small voice, which appears no friend to draw on him my further
11 which It relates. If you think it worthy catch one eight from a spiritual source I We could trace the beach more and more more indistinct, but which bursts with awful if necessary, and concli J "j, with a solemn sum
q uf a place in the Entertaining sheet. of the which should point out deliverance, or easily,until the white surf was seen breaking force from a,.'thousand living sources. promise to take on, hi, If the charge
; \ Courier, ,' it is at,your service. encourage a substantial hope 1 There was upon it, and soon after trees and other Let a man that doubts, but is open to con- providing1 for the chit ;-if he coulj of
1 'e ,* I shall endeavor to detail to none!-no form broke upon us ; no visible objects, until we found ourselves close up- viction, encounter the narrow perils which not do it ty patting the(into public situ.,
of the most singular instances of a hand pointed the way. A feeling came of on the'shore. For my own part, L.was barely divide life and death; let his mind '
; I4+ you one from death that perhaps dispondency which seemed to say why for remaining at sea until morning, as 1 I receive and cherish the singular tokens fortune".b
;6 providential occurred escape full of danger and of look for that which is not-beyond thepresent was in hopes that by that time, it being which raiy be condescended, and which.
the certainty ever of that; inevitable ,end. It all is dark 1 I-If not should we not calm, the breakers'' would be lighter; but speak with a force deeper than humantongues'a
J' oh the evening: of Saturday, 18th Oct. see the spirit stoop, as it were, to receiveour my companion was urgent to land,' and, d we can scarce falter longer in THURSDAY ---
was (
1834 that a man by the name of R. souls and make it manifest ere they after considering the danger.from sharks forming hii belief, after 'such convincing 1 ,I UNE4..
sailor and myself. attempted to effect 'a parted from the earth 1 But no, ,though by remaining! out and feeling much chilled evidences < fan %er Ruling, Divine Power. By the Import of thefcommittee
,a of
landing from a boat haying{ left the Brig no visible sign was given, to indicate a supernatural by being constantly in the water, I at last The b cave'tit as it were, opened; last Congre"4on the
in the offing) to ascertain ,the cause of the agency, we felt its influence reluctantly consented to cro on. To remainout Futurity! t1 revealed: Immortality is IndianjAflaire, we learn,
that the
''t Pilots delaying, For some days, conduct we felt its presence and iostrumentaJity'incalming was to hazard death"from numbness, brought to fight ; and we po longer doubt number of tribe!West of the Mit
uspverthe Bar of' the '8t Johns' River. our fears ; i in sustaining us with and to go was to expect if with scarcely a but realize Acre is a God., sissippi with whom the fnited States ban
I.' When'wo had approached near shore' it courage, and in pointing and directing possibility escape. It was.as it were 1 I.,.. ., treaties is ,t Arty,.,and tjere are forty-nine,
i was discovered that 'the breakers were though inviiblythe course that we shouldadopt placing ourselves in our coffins to be burned %When wi I had become a little collected, with whom the ii nO finite
throwing! .It/A;great height upon the to conduct us to/ fety. ; but little else could be expected but we.found, o\ourselves much stiffened from "by>> treaties. 'Should .tW arrangement
*beach in cdnse'cjueHce of previous heavyensterly Instead of wholly despairing when, we to die j yet,; having resolved we pushedfor numbness o l exertion, and we ]hastily; set and lecome proposed Bill be
winds, t ongh it was now calm.It found ourselves going from land, (the cur. the surf As we: began to get nearer off at a rapi ii L>jce for the house of the Pi- adopted a.1 the. Indian, Agent
I appeared front, the/bon that a passage rent at this dni owa?setting out to,sea,) we where the waves rose higher,and heavier lots, at a diswfice' of four, miles, which we for Florida, would,rec jgrt an annual. eoui en-,
right bb safety'gained, ,.as the waves broke thought.it best'at I least to' make some en before they broke, I proposed,that the only reached by; idn18bt... We were UicreTrtH -tiaa.. rrt-rta_ -:HunbitD DOIJUM! By
fombefore ps, :which made the,water as if deavors with a view1,to preserve ourselves. plan of safe t3 was, for both to get overboard ceived with the most hospitable'.attention the 8a.IJM asTt***" a.rFloKds Akncy will_ fie*
a much smoother' than 'it really wan All even though they should finally prove fruit place ourselves at the stem and I and kindness,'manifested in a, manner.cal- discontinued.from intranet \1"W.tt.o&nt\ 00 '
less. We tried to turn the boat but keep ihe bow to the shore that we culated .elivate estimate of '
were consulted-and all consented to make up / directly to our humanity, day of December next.: The Seminoles.,,
It the attempt .1 held the helm; the others failed ; we clung to its sides at intervals, might prevent her from swinging ,broad and the 'more gratifying as we had thrown computed to number 242. -
rowed os lost' as they -could whilo I en- or drew ourselves upon the bottom and sId /and thus proceed with much greater ourselves upon the generosity of strangers,
_ 'COuraged them to pull away and exert held on by the keel ; but each wave wash- safety, as the boat might roll over several at least on our part. .On the In confluence of riotous meetings about
every effort -to gain the shore, before the ed over us,and sometimes swept us off. In times in the surf and tear us from our ng this remarkable adventure, tough stiffand the grounds of' the Ursuline Convent
surf could bredk over us. We had reach tills'situation' we knew we must perish hold at the side. We soon found ourselves sore in every limb,I followed the berch in
ed within perhaps eight rods of land, when and our'despair was confirmed. At last a entering the' heaviest breakers with each to the place of our landing, with a view Roxbury, Massachusetts, the children hare
suddenly: immense black swell, which I thought,struck us that I we might turn theboat I one washing high over us, rolling and of discovering the body of our unfortunate been dismissed and l'the "Community" are
saw tumbling alter us with a terrible speed, up by the painter, and it occurred to tumbling with a tremendous power- and companion,who had found a watery grave, to remove to, Canada.. After the Conventwas
I'Oserundcr-'fS: and, lifting up the stem of me that, i if there happened to remain a descending upon us like a cataract. It was but the boat and oars were strewed upon burnt in Charlestown, its inmates leased
? thoU-pin i i its place I could by bringingthe difficult to majntain a hold for when a the beach different intervals and a.hat '
!the boat, which almost performed a som- at the former residence of Gen.:H. A. S. Deu-
merset tossed us all into the spa at the distance ;i rope? against it and throwing it over on breaker approached it would almost throwus was all the trace' of,him that could be born. Since the '
of six or ten feet, as it were' in a I the opposite side of the boats obtain a purchase from the boat in spite:of our' efforts met with. .I could only conjecture that the forms and ceremonies of
twinkling, turning the boat' bottom up. w ich would turn it over. So, dashing again ,us with! immense weightand tide might have taken him to sea, :or that the order have'come' to light,by Miss Reed'i
The first notice hnd a.change, was An drawing myself along to the bow, I put power--and when it passed and struck he was probably devoured by the sharks. book, their absence',from the scene and vicin
surface of tho, hand down and reached the into the boat it'drew forward with in- of their trouble
effort to rise to the water my rope, us ,v R. ity cannot be regretted.The .
and swim to* the boat. I was tho first that which I readily applied as above, and by credible swiftness almost tearing us from excitement so great,that they could
reached her ; after climbing upon the bottom the'assistance of my ,companion, the boat our grasp. In this way we contended with [For'the' Courier.] not remain undisturbed in the
, to hold on 'by.the keel with the sea was easily turned over, to our agreeable billow after billow for a considerable time, The Journal by Mrs:: Butler, long and pursuit of
a i "(' breaking over me and ncarly washing me surprise. We found two loose thawrts inside sometimes hurried ,beneath and almost anxiously expected, has at length..appeared literary or religious't! vocations., .
i /" -off at every sweep, I called to R. who was which we siezed, each one,and gitting strangled by the water which rushed into and has called out criticisms as varied The Act passed the last session of
swimming for the shore to come back and in, one at the bow, and one at the stem, our noses and ears. It was with difficultythat Imbst as the autumnal hues of our northern at
stay by the boat which he did. ,On noticing on opposite sides, we found it would sus- breathcould, be obtained at all,but by forests. Though intending hereafterto providing'for ",,Indian annuities and
e that the' sailor appeared to be determined tam/'us v ry much to our convenience.But raising ourselves above the boat and throwing give a more .extended notice of it, I can- other similar objects for the ,year 1836,"
1 for shore,' 1 thought it best not ''to this was short lived, off as much water as possible, we could not forbear copying the ,following .extract makes the following appropriation for the
Interrupt him, not knowing but his was for, by some sudden movement from therolling barely gasp when the waves rapidly'succeeding from Mrs. Butler's Journal, which evinces Indians in this Territory, viz:-
the safest course.' He appeared to be per- of the boat, she was,I capsized, and each other, Would dash' over us the spirit in which her work is conceived, "For the limited annuity,stipulated in t tin
fectly collected and swam as though sure we were again thrown into the sea. We and again bury us beneath. But we-still while it shows the happiness of,our own third article of
of reaching land, and of being in no danger again Contrived to turn her back by the continued the struggle seeing the beach citizens, striking contrast, with those of the treaty with them of the
,of,which he appeared to 00.intlifferenr.I same manoeuvre as at first-finding gladly not far'ofij till at length a heavy surf heaving any other nation. D. eighteenth of September,eighteen hundred
looked at him fore moment till he was that the tholi-pin had not started from its us ahead at'some distance, 1 felt my ,"This country is in one respect blessed and,twenty three, four,thousand six hundred
i, lost in the surf as thotnily probable one to place. We now determined aa we foundwe foot touch a bard substance, which I could above all others, and above all others de- and ten dollars.
s escape t end was half resolved to follow, were receding fast from the shore 'to scarcely credit to be the earth. I called serving a blessing. There are no poor-1 "For,the support of a blacksmith's establishment
which I wasupoa the point of attempting endeavor'to reach the Brig by paddlingwith out,joyfully! my companion that I had say there are none, there need be none; stipulated in die sixth article ofthe
'repeatedly Hbd should have done,if I could the thwarts,which we found we could touched bottom, which he also immediaetly lone here lift up ,me despairing voice of thousand
'p have reached ,ah oar;, but both had been do by sitting very low, with the water up obtain. But ,we were' instantly drawn hopeless and,helpless, want, towards that same, one dollar
1, thrown"fur/ront' the boat'and driven Into to our arms and die sea sometimes ,wash. back o beyond,'our .depthand a heavy heaven which' bears, when man will"not. "For the,purposes of education, stipulatedin
the breakers:;: ing over MS. It occurred to us that if we, swell dashi .over furiously at, the moment No! father here need work away his body's same, and thousand,dollars."
I began no* to think that this was, the bad any thing to dip water we might bail the boi ,was turned bottom up, at health;and his spirits strength in una vail-
time?,at which my hoot' was come-death out the boat.. 'We tried to dash it out with which time I y some unaccountable man labor, from day to day, and from year to By the politeness of a friend,we have been
I saw.on ,one side<<, with barely a possibility the thwarts, but found it impossible, as the uvre'each >f us changed sides, though year, bound down by the cruel curse his favored with the prospectus for an associated
of, an escape on the]other., Each instant I gunnels were rolling under, and the waves both reinaine at the stem and were near- fellows lay upon him. No mother need establishment in Glynn County, Georgia
supposed brought me nearer and nearer to washing entirely over. We soon abandoned ly washed ei tirely from the boat We wish, in the bitterness; of her heart, that the the EDUCATION or THE POOR upon the MAI-
the the trying tune, and the chances seemed the idea and commenced paddling now found it ore difficult to hold on, but children of her breast had died before they VAL 'LABOR SVSTKM. It is true The deplorable
BO much against mo, that 'I began to steadily at o wide angle from the course clinging nenbusty we again were thrown exhausted that nourishment which was the
'give up hope and compose myself to meet of the Brig in the hope' to cut her off asher in where wej could barely touch bottom only one her misery could ,feel assurred state of Education among the poorer
my fate, but willing at least to use my fee- progress was slow.Ve continuedour when the sw 11 drew back. I now'told would not fail them None need be bornto classes of our citizens" at the South, mighteasily
'ble efforts until motion and the exercise of efforts for some time making some my compani i n that we must claw the vice, for none'are condemned! to abject be remedied ; and while their manual
ray faculties should cease. I dreaded the headway, and approached before she passed ground,' and push toward shore with all Kverty.., Oh, it makes the heart sick to labor contributes to advance their moral improvement
-flurf; I felt conscious that that was the our line,apparently within, a half mile. our might; br checking the boat a little at think of all the horrible anguish that has : at the same time that it contributes
t;, .41 most terrible pass, for it rolled incessantly, We could distinctly see objects about heras the withdrawal l of the surf till we found been suffered by thousands and thousandsof to the health of the function,
at a tremendous height. But some time the moon had risen and the sky was the water no deeper than, our' arms,' R. those wretched creatures, whose wants bodily'
.. time elapsed,:which we calmly waited, before clear; but we found that she was rapidly made a rush for the shore, and calling out begets a host of moral: evils fearful to contemplate many a son and daughter' of honest parentiin
? it was discovered that instead ,of approaching gaining from 'us.Ve hailed her ,successively for me tn foil w,finding he had succeeded, ; whose existence begins in'poy- misery, maybe raised up to be the pride
the shore a current was carrying but could no, reply ; we 'screamed I made the attempt walked, slowly upon i erty, struggles on through care and toil, of the country as vrtll as their friends.
I us to sea --We looked impatiently to see shrilly, and shouted, but could receive no the beach u moment of one ,undivided I and heart-grinding burthens ; and ends in The following is' an "Extract from:thi
a the sailor on the beach, feeling sure that answer. This seemed 'to shock me 'withgreater Impression pi ,ailed. I was astonishedI I destitution, in sickness; alas, too,'.often' in Constitution of the Association.
he mn t'hav gained i it, hoping he might astonishment.as we conceived our- was mute -I was filled with a sensationof crime and infamy. ,Thrice blessed is this who the
possibly call assistance and afford some selves so near, as to make it almost impossible unutterable wonder, that we could have country, for no'such 'crying evil exists in Any person, shall place under
aid ; but nothing that bore the shape of not to be heard,at BO still a time. We reached the']and -that our' lives were its bosom no 'such'' moral reproach, no charge of the Superintendent of this Association
\ man was to be seen, and we feltr as we continued to halloo and to make the shrillest spared. I could hardly realize the realitythe such political rotten ss. Not only is the one 'or more youths paying for each
fbund ourselves:separated more and more noise until the Brig had passed by: at 'impossibility bad ceased to be a fact eye never offende with those piteous the first year the sum of One Hundred Dollars )
from the land, as if hope and' life were some distance, when, resting our paddleson though true, almost,irreconcilable. with sights of human, suffering! which make for the second year"'Fifty Dollars, f<*
sOon to pass away;and the land which was the boat we remained dumb with astonishment reason.' Could it be the thin earth-could nc'a heart bleed, and, whose number ap- the third Twenty-five'' Dollars and tot
! e'' retreating was, ,as life gradually receding that we were not heard, while it be that we had life ? it was a dazzling pals one's imagination in thronged .'thooughfares year t!*
:' from us. It was a moment of fear j-but the most cheerless despair began to fix up- vision that we cannot persuade ourselves<<; of the European cities; but the the fourth year, nothing, which sums shall
'. why'' should we.' fear-we knew that our on us. It is in.vain to describe the mixed to credit; though we ore apparently aware mind reposes with delight in the certainty : paid the one half in .advance, and the otto
: ', end had come } we felt that _it.must be BO ; sensations which prevail at such a moment, of its truth. Joy is too faint an expression ; that not one human creature is here doomed half six months .thereafter, severally, tie
f we felt resigned because we' saw DO hope when a bar at once shuts out all and every extacy is too unmeaning in its phrase todescribe to,suffer and to weep through life, not such person shall be a full member for )if.."
.. which seemed too. idle to fill a moments rational hope. Death summoned him- the secret and lively raptures, the one immortal soul is thrown into jeopardy } thought., ,It was terrible-it was rtern-it self at your aide and stands as it were visible gladdning emotions which seem to flood by the combined:temptations of its/own person
to this Association shall be honour
s I \. WU calm-4t was cheerless and deathlike before you. Life is relinquished 1 and and comprise the whole soul. Gratitude, misery, and the''' heartless selfishness of an
4.tL '. We could shed no ,tears-for we felt that only the final struggle,' the gasp and the thankfulness, devotion and humiliationbow those,who pass it by without holding out member.'
'I : fete was our master, and it was it valn.i .- groan intervenes between the present and and unite successively in one burst of 00, much as a finger to save it. If we have _" The Superintendent shall conduct tk'
.i: A deep. felt jJpjemniiy,;occasioned .by BO futurity. The,world is as nothing a mere pious ardor. We' fell humbly upon our any faith |jn the excellence of mercy'and Manual Labor School of this AssocUfioB;; i iI
:{ '." awful a scene, waa the uppermost Impression bauble which you would'dash"a way without knees-wer Joined'Our hands and in wordsor beaovolene**,we- must, believe .that dais wa c* li.m.tui/ Qfi. >aaJUcif;T d
.of all, which seemed to prevail ominously a thought, were it in your gift, wouldit thoughts, devoutly returned thanks to alone will secure the blessing of Providence upon such principlej as-shairbest uavtf*
: '. upon us. The air was in a perfect but purchase a place of safety. It was that all seeing source which could stoop to on thiS country." usefulness cultivation or
4V'. t> calm, the sky wjfl dear and the sun had not so much a moment of agony,or of terror -! give its aidand had lent its directing h nd. I both as, regards the -
t t 1" a) I quietly gone down, leaving a'bright,, twit j but of a fixed solemnity of tile gloom- : Never does the mind so deeplyfeel its de- :. Mas.UzMurs AND SiaftoBur PEEL.-. the mind and morals, as,well u the'improtement
t 'to:;.:I light which seemed to"produce a shadowof iest nature. We feel, we realize that we I pendance as in such a moment We felt The,correspoDdeut of the New York Star' in the arts and agric ture."
: 'calm; of'quiet gloom!, prevailing as it are to part from the earth and all that is in I that we were indeed as nothing; our insignificance at Liverpool,relates the' following:
I ;,L\- were with a trunquu smile, which struck it, and we feel keenly, more vividly than I breaks strongly upon us, and "Mrs. Hemans baa four' pr five sons ; We have received the first No.of the A**
me with an Impression that I shall hardly) ever its utter vanity and transitory noth we, who have dared almost to tempt the and to complete their education had quitted England Onmwte at Thonu*>'
,: forget until I fail to recall that hour. It ingness. We feel a pang that we are to : Almighty, are taught to know how trivial :England: and taken up her residence at published of f
",4t aeemed as it were m scorn of our distress ; be tom from kindred and friends; bdt we i and how week we are. We gave way to Dublin, the course of instruction at that Maine. Its appearance:: is very good",riPt
I''f, and yet it was so quiet and so winning that feel resigned, because we are aware of the our feelings and gave to each emotion its University being more general and the exp the Editor, Mr.\ Haralett Bate, start
jt could scarce be .looked upon, but as a stem and uncontrolable destiny of fate. sway successively. I felt as it were, renewed nse far less than at Oxford or Cam- mart." In a notice of our paper be
promise. that bur affliction was imaginary We had become familiar with despair, but in the world, in life, and in spirit mdge.' One of her friends knew that us good luck; althcmffb. we publish WW N
and that time of deliverance was to come. resolved to make one last'effort, and haz- Life had been given me a second time ; writing as she had written,for a mere livelihood nU uneutral oto 4l>jai 9 paper" "
Ii But why should nature seem so lovely zard all the die. 'and if had been
upon we felt as we bom again she was not ;overburthened''' with hk kind feeliat'rthough
then !J-aeycr' before'had I realized it so We concluded we would endeavor to at least in the tone of our feelings. I rose worldly-wealth: She had laid up her treasures cheerfully reciprocate ep1-
vividly--never before had life held out gain the shore by paddling though the from the sand with my thoughts reconfirmed not on earth. The thought that, in a we think &tf carries a pretty oct t
7 such tacinations. There was a charm In danger of passing the breakers was, we I ,with new resolves and opinions for great degree'her; children would be left aidenble deal" of-assurance. He .came
our link to the earth which seemed to tantalize felt conscious paramount to any other. I the future. unprovided for, much embittered her latest and took after,"-'an4 treed" a ))roth.rJ
1r us when we knew that ,possibility looked upon them as the most to be dreaded S S e. S SAt moments. Her mend, making the necessity the quill in New Hampshire, thtestea'st''
1 was at an end, and there was no hope. I of all, and hardly expected to be passed such a time it seems as if God himself of: the application its chief excuse, if he did not lie in.wabusa ((1) to Uorr
looked upon that moment u the closing with life. But, as we had sustained ourselves was manifest, or, as it were,. visible to wrote a brief letter 'to Bur R. Peel, men
$ scene I I felt that that was the time ap so far, we knew that nothing worse man. It seems as if we could commune tioning that the gifted poetess waa dying burst his boiler, upset his ,appJe-cart.; ia
pointed for me to appear at the bar of (be than what WM already looked for could with him, it almost seems as we could and that her mind was much afflicted with spill all his nwkle-mer If he *"
II& Almighty,to see God face to face-Vould befall us. Though hopeless, we turned for trace him tangibly-as though the very air, the dread of leaving her children unfriended Florid h.would probably be rolled fc':;
e ,be but the change of a moment-first dark the ahore and commenced plying our efforts and all nature,was rife with his abounding and poor. By. return of poet, a letter bank,'and have his inkstand filled,
ness.-and then eternal light, or, eoutlif k to gain it, and soon found that we spirit, and many touched with his Omni- came from Sir K. Peel, kindly complain; tar, pitch, turpentine and alligator

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j following is the most perfect return of MURDER.-On Thursday evening last, THE Goto MINKS' : OP THE SOUTH.-It HAIL hoAD NOTICE. JACKSONVILLE .

Lie for Delegate;' ?, Congress, which we. (says the Savannah.Republican of the 25th is curious to see the importance attached, r..s AND TALLAHASSEE STAGE.
Le* ableto obtain. May,) at the place of Dr. S. Sheflall, on in the minds of most people, to the fact,

been ,.II, rI the Canal about thirteen miles from town, ., that the gold mines of tho Southern States
a negro man named Gustavus, belonging produce two millions and a half of dollars ,

"oS.... 11.. :....:.. I to.Dr. S. was shot by one Wm. Ashton, a per annum. It seems as they.thought that THE undersigned Commissioners give no-

0 ::: white man, in his employ. this portion of the wealth of the countrywas that pursuant to the Act entitled THE Public are informed that a line of .
57734 157 114 I It appears that Ashton was drunk and produced without any cost, and that Ie An Act to amend an Act to incorporate the Barouches will run between

Florida, 485 550 500 104 urged Gustavua, to go w th" him fishing, the amount was a clear gain to the com- TLOHIDA PKHMIVLA: AND JACRSONVILLC: RAILROAD Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave .this
fiddle Florida, 685 116 1M 960W who refused on the ground of his being munity, just as would lie if the same COMrANrj'approved February,183 place every Monday. t
Florida that the Books will be at Jack
let intoxicated. Ashton became enraged at amount ,of gold wall to drop from tho sonville at the store of again I. D.Hart opened OForty pounds baggage will be allowed '

; 1747 700 761, 314 his refusal, loaded a gun with hick: shot clouds. This supposition, however, is altogether on the ,4th day of May, and continue,Bay-street open, to each passenger,and for any greater weight, i

returns are not all made. went to the house of the negro,atd lodged erroneous. Gold cannot be pro- I until the lit day of August next, to receive ten one miles.cent per pound will be charged for every
The its contents in his left side. Not satisfied duced without labor, and it is very ques subscriptions for stock to carry said Rail Road

MATHEW}wEsq.haa been,appointed with this murderous attempt, ke turned tionable whether the production of gold is Into execution.By :f Faro through, each way, $25.

[ Master at St. Johns' Bluff, rice, Henry his fury on another negro preseit, and inflicted more profitable to the Southern people at the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, JAMES. M. HARRIS. ..
port wound with hatchet his than the, of the subscribers for stock heretofore taken ; '
The of theoet a a on large, production cotton, or Jacksonville, Jan 14. 3tf
Demasters .remoTe name head; still the murderous htmL was not rice, or tobacco, by the same number of have a prior right to subscribe for the same I .
Office has been changed from that of yet sufficiently imbued in,humin blood- .hands. It no doubt happens that, when i. amount of. Stock on the new Books. CONVEYANCE FROM :

i.Pablo," to'" St. ohns' Bluff." he again heavily re-lood the,gun; and a rich vein is"struck'' upon, the profits to JAMES ISAIAH.DELL D. HART, JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE. .
he would shoot of the other the be but order ,
swore some owner may very great, in W. 'J. MILLS Com'rs. "
The health of this place Is good, except negroes, who took the alarm rod fled.- to ascertain whether the, country, as a STEPHEN EDDY, } '.

Jthat'some persona are complaining of the Ashton then hid the gun am made off) whole, is or is not a gainer by the discovery JOS. B.LANCASTER. ,

I soal'effecti of the swum 'we ther. There before any steps could ue'takei for his ar- of the mines, we must take into consid- Jacksonville, Majb 3J 1835. 14NOTICE. '

I been"o death her'for nearly two months, restThe eration, the loss of labor'in fruitless en- TilE Subscriber will run good Barouche
hu tho next deavors to find gold-are and in '""workingjarrenminevnawell good Horses from :Jacksonville t*
I of January last negro was on lay broughtto \
only threeJsince'tlrW first St. i this'lace
md Augustine once week to leave
,, town and we learn diedl st nightAshton as thd,sinking of ;
f capital
i ft '> ** lai An act passed by\he. Coun and
Monday arrive
Legislative > in
both) fn'the incident both BY every morning
is well known and to It is
Connecticut has city emetyrlr.es. ,
EUsworthraf ofthi. Territory at Its last session the
Henry-J. Augustine on veiling c)*the same day. 5
on the Canal. It'becomes every citizen: thought that in Mexico more people-have and the Governor .
I Baperfntendant of thePatent; approved br Feb. 14th, leave
been appc in that be the been ruined mining than I other Returning-will St. Augustine"onWednesday I
section j to on alert, that.this by by-uny 1835. the Subscribers iverp' appointed Com
Oi ice; vice, J. C. Pickett appointed Fourth murderer may be brought to justice. branch.of business, which is a proot thatthe missioners, to open. Book. and receive sub on the evening morning of the,same and arrive day this place

Auditor of the Treasury.It business does not yield, upon an ver- scription for the stock of a Bank to be located '
GREAT FEAT.How will the following age, the,ordinary* profits of agricultural in in this Town,to be called TilE BANK BT Forty pounds baggage will be allowed
is rumored that.Gen.Casa is about to re. to each passenger,and lor greater weight,\
performance, related in a recent English dustry. A dollar's worth of gold docs ot OF JACKSONVILLE.In any
I sign his present office of Secretary of War. paper,compare with that not long ago witnessed enrich the country one particle more thana pursuance of which the Subscribers! one ten miles.Q3Fare cent per. pound will be charged for every> ,

on the Union Course, of runningten dollar's worth of cotton, and when peo- hereby give notice, that ftr Sub t t

SUMMARY or FOREIGN ![NTELLioxNCE.The miles within the hour? It is a question ple gaze and stare with their mouths wide scription for the stock in laiddnnk, t b, each way, $5.Jacksonville .II. II. PHILIPS. : t
for those better versed than we are in open in amazement, at hearing it said that opened in this Town, at ; rrl ,
Feb. 2.
Dublin Saturiat says of Lady Sug- gymnastic undertakings.[ Y. Gaz. the South produces two millions and a half of Messrs. 'Dlanchard &., Aide; er of Ctf I
den (wife orth Lord Chancellor of Ire- Bay and Liberty streets, at''b A. M. I
HERCULEAN: TASK.-R. Coates, pedestrian of dollars worth of gold, whilst they exhibit NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. :
Ian who had livedas the fourth of
Sir Edward Sugden,) on day ,
undertook to perform the following, no emotion on learning that the same Malnex ..
a wife to her husband before marriage, feat Goole South millions of dollars
extraordinary at on Monday I produces thirty MlssLaTWILLIAMTlCnEIU '
that she is as much entitled to be receivedat last, for a subscription purse, viz: to walk 'II' worth of cotton, it shows tint they conduct EDt Y !
the Countess
Court as Lady Jersey I .
forward one mile ; wheel a barrow one a nation'to'I bo rich proportion to<< the ISAIAH D.IJlART.Commi"Wntf'.
Blessingtori, Lady Canterbury, (sister to mile ; run one mile; walk backwards hatfl I money and not to the money1!worth,that: she ", I T HERE will be a regular conveyance for i
the Countess) the Duchess of St. Albans, week from St Gco.
a mile; draw a one horse gig half a ;I possesses.-[Phil. Gaz. JacksonvilleE.F. April2d 1,183. 14 passengers a Mary's
of Cleveland the Marchionessof Bt
the Duchess half by Pablo to Augustine) to leave St Mary's '
of wheels mile
run a pair a hop one
Conyugham ,,the, Marchioness of An- ; every Wednesday, at 9 o'clock, P. M and
in ,
hundred yards ; jump over twenty bundles Napoleon being one dot corrftMiy) CLAIMS FOR LOSSES.
arrive Pablo the
Har- at next I{
the Ladies day.
or Weymouth, of sticks 'of each five with a beautiful and witty lady addressed
an equal height, very Judge of the Superior Court,for the ,
Westmoreland Tank- THE Persons who wish avoid ,
Coventry to a night
rington, ; ,
her Madame I think expo
women -
yards apart ; and pick up fifty stone, one I thuto" of East Florida,will resume the '
Strachan di Salsa sure on the water will find comfortable
e"ilJeAldborough, ( ) with very \
yard apart in' a straight line, and put each I should not meddle politics.- examination' Claims for Losses, on the accommodations Fernandina .
at at Mr A.
&c. A black ,
Ellenborough, pretty long singly into a basket; being nine various In a country where women are beheaded second Monday in June next. Dias. and can leave Fernandina the next
of noble must confess!
delinquents feats, all within one hour. The match ," she replied It is 'Very'natural they All Claims must be presented before the morning and arrive at Pablo the same day. ,
,It is aid'that Sir Walter Scott, baronet, took place upon a half mile piece of ground should like to know the reason." SCth day of the same month. They can leave Pablo every Friday morningat 1

of the 15th Hussars, son and heir of the near the Banks' Arms Hotel), about three May tith: 1835. Cw20 4 o'clock, and arrive at 8t Augustine at U,
renowned man of that name, is on ignorant o'clock in the afternoon, and he accom- AN INDEPENDENT ELECTOR.u"I suppose p.[ M. same day; leave St Augustine every

coxcomb, and boasts of1 never having plished the whole of this extraordinary neighbor," said one elector to anoth-- FIELD HANDS WANTED., Sunday,and arrive at Pablo same day. I

read his father's works! The following feat in fifty nine minutes, being one minute er, "you'11 give a plumper for --' as TWELVE .... a month will be paid, Passengers wishing to visit St Augustine, ,
stanza is ironically ascribed to him: within the given time. you did before?" "No," said ,the other, five or six good Field Hands, will be accommodated on reasonable terms. I
TEMFOHA MUTANTUR. "I don't think I shall-the beef wasn't and Fifteen Dollars for Good Plou/ ,thate". Fare from S& Mary',by Pablo to St A .- :i
wemodern hussars IMPORTANT AND' INTEREST-IRQ' MISSION. dressed to my mind at his lost election JOSHUA 11ICKMAN.\ ; tine $5. From Augustine to.Pablo J.
The times are changed, I
Despising cannon-shot or sabre scars, ,The Senate of the United States, at its last dinner!1"Friends May 14. 2w20 There !is also a safe boat which will runt .

Go to wl, all arogance and fuss, session, passed a resolution, requesting tho f once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville; and f
Because a ball has never come tout! President to consider the expediency of should be weighed, not told:. WANTED. will depart and arrive so U to meet the mail s I
entering into negotiations, with the South who boast to have won' a multitude of smart NEGRO GIRL to do the cooking boat on its return from Bt' Mary'i, and the I
Lord Haddington,'the new Viceroy of American States, for the purpose of securing i I friends, has ne'er had one.. A and house work in a.small ftrailjr,without stage as It arrives from St Aufustlne., Fare

Ireland on his way to Dublin observingthe for Ad people a safe -_ _, ... .4' ,.children. The highest .jvaces will .be from Pablo to Jacksonville!!1' +ft 'All fare. to.
our commerce "' "
marked G. P; 0. asked the /? -"
mile stones ; the Isthmus of Darien MARINE JOURNAL. given., Apply at this Office. be paid at Pablo.. ? ; .
meaning of it, when a wag told him it was passage accross May 13. SOtf;! ,CrTAYLOL
from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.
"God O'ConneUwhich! much Mail boat Pablo for St
preserve In compliance with this recommendationof PORT OF lA.CJSOfVILL1.JCl'E: 4. rrrThe wilj) .
startled his lordship. NOTICE Mary's every Tuesday and return on'Thurs

The number private bills already presented has the Senate,we Col.understand Charles Biddle the President of Ten ARRIVED-May 30, schr Girard, Dew. SIX Weeks after this date,application will day. The stage leaves Pablo every Friday
'to the House of Commons, is-159, appointed ell, from New York. made by the subscriber, to the Hon. for Bt Augustine .and returns on the succeeding *
nessee,to conduct the negotiation,and that orabl. the of the Court of Du. Sunday Cm3 ,
chiefly respecting roads, railways, harbors, 30th, schr Ariel, South wick, from AU- Judge County
he is about to visit the Southern Conti-
gustine.., val County, for letters or administration on .
canals, gas light companies, waterworks, nent, in prosecution of the objects in view.A SUat- the goods, chattels, tights 'and credits ofU01L1TIO DRY GOODS GROOERIES'AC. '
CLEARED-May 30 schr Felicity,
markets &c. ,
LOW Junr. deceased of Nassau '
The number of acres held in Ireland by Vermontese gentleman recently un- County. CHARLES '8ETON.
June lit,brig Iko, Westonfor New,York. keep constantly on hand, .
the Irish Protestant church exceed the dertook the carriage of $30,000 from Bos- 4th, achy George and Mary, Willey, for May 23,1835. Cw32 TIIESubscriber.sale, on as good terms as: .
number of persons professing that creed. to the Cashier of the Bank of Woodstock, Charleston. they can be had at any store in Florida the. <
In England 26 prelates administer to Vt. lie handed it to*a friend to transmit, NOTICE. following articles, vis i- W' "I,

about six million out of a population of and his friend clapped it into his wagon NOTICETS SIX Weeks after date, shall apply to the ,DRY GOODS..
box. There it remained and the duce a of Duval CountyCourt, for letters .
eleven millions. hereby given, that the Books for receiv Broadcloths; Casslmores, BattlnetU, and ,
of Administration the Eatate MROX
In Ireland 18 prelates administer to'n- bit thought he of it again. TWO or three J- ing subscriptions to the Capital Stock of JlEMMEffWAY deceased. Negro Cloths, red, and white. Flannel,

bout half a million, out of a population exceeding days elapsed, when inquiries began to be the SOUTHERN LIFE UtSVWUfCE AND CHESTER BI8BEE. bleached, brown check stripe and plaid .

seven, millions, of which six millions made. The wagoner was cajled upon. TRUST COMfBJtY," will be opened at the Jacksonville M.yI9. CwSl Homespuns, Calicoes., Cambrics, Muslins, j
are Roman Catholics.In 'I'm done for," be exclaimed. His wagon office of Thomas Douglas,' EM. in th* City -. Bilks, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. Ac. ) ;
England several bishops receive only had been half round the"country) and at of 8t Augustine, on the second day or NO. NOTICE. ,

2000 or 3000 a year. the. very time was lent to a neigh ior. Off be vember kept next open, at from 10' time o'clock to,time A. M.By and adjourn'will Weeks from this date, I shall apply to Cooking, parlor, and box Stoves, Brass t

In Ireland none receive less than 4000 they went hi pursuit The wagon was ment, until the whole of the stock shall be SIX Judge of the County Court of Dun and common Fire Seth, Lamps, and CandleSticks ,
And some 15000. found-the box opened-and the $30,000 subscribed ; not thirty days. County, for letters of Administration on the ,Percussion -Cajis Guns, broad and

The total quantity of profitable lands attached found, all safe and snugthe'whole beingan LOT CLARK; Estate otSJUUUEL 8. BROWNING, late of narrow Axes, Adxes, Hatchets, Hammers.

to the sees and glebes in Ireland, is encouragement for Boston Cashiers to ROBERT RAYMOND REID, said County, deceased. I Augers, Shovels, Door-utcbes, Butts and
their into the by the BENJAMIN THOMPSON. Screws Ac. &0.
send specie country THOMAS DOUGLAS, ,
.about 600,000 acres valued at so many I Iifl
pounds sterling income, and more than casual Toms, Dicks and Harrys, i instead of Commissioners. Jacksonville, May 21. CwSl FURNITURE.

sufficient to support all the church establishment employing special messengers. June 2d1835. 23 Sofas. and Couches, work,card, toilet and
NOTICE.; Tables Washstands Looking Glasses ;a .
l while the wastes would be valuable dining .
ourcea, for the Yet in addi- Died at the Indian< Reservation, New-. NOTICE.THE SIX Weeks from date, I shall apply'to the Bedsteads, Ac. &c. ''
tion to the above lands the English York, GAW-YET-GWA-DOH, Head Chief subscriber will hold a Justice Court of the County Court or Duval GROCERIES A PROVISIONS.
government Nation and honorably the Office of O. M. Dormin, Esq. in for letters of Administration the
have the hardihood to wish to of the Seneca -long County, on 'Coffee Tea loaf and brown Sugar, Bottiu
known to the whites by{the name Young Jacksonville, on the lut Saturday in each Estate of ROBERT IWTCJIESOJf,deceased. Champeigne Claret and
SherryWints !
caddie who tbir- Cider, ,
the Ireland are
,people .
King. He was distinguished for his bra- month. In my absence, any business LEWIS Z. IIOOANS. Oil 'Tobacco
Spices, Soap Lamp ,
teen-fourteenths Catholics with ; ,
of them
tithes, very on the frontier during the late war- with Mr. Domain,will be punctually attended Jacksonville, May 21. 6w21 Flour, Rice Corn, Pilot, Dread, Deef.andPork
an additional. of f 600,000 j to. STEPHEN ,
and was held in the highest esteem among Mackerel: Salt, Fish, Potatoes .
Earl t
Th C Maroul8ofVellesley. has taken a He was a maD of giant person. and altho'it THIS Is to 'certify that my wife EI.nJr -ALSO:- '. .

koese At Brighton. .: lu lbeel1mut11a ed hi battles, and was friends of" ROBERT DWELOW !halloo my bed and board, Drags, Medicines: and Paints,-.A.,UI.tt ;
ft Tee aid that since the appearance, of bent with age, denoted in brow and bearing THE him u Candidate to represent and this is to rorbM all persons' harboring, of Crockery and Glass "Ware.; Books'and':' i

cholera in Europe, inflammatory 'diseases the warrior and the chief; be was of the County of Duval,in the next Legislative t.rut1Dl1or trading with her on my account, 8&atinnaryJ. large assortment of >YhiU.J, tgi .. '
Christian and buried the June 4. as I shall pay no Ubts of her contracting after Drab and Black Hats Boots and/ "
have become more obstinate. Why? the party, WM by Council. I Caps, .
friend Red Jacket this date. Shoes together with a variety of ocher\ articles.
The Journal side of his ancient JAMES M. WOODLAND.Mandatli 1
Liverpool makes copious "'IXTE are authorised toannounee the name f'

extracts from the "Knickerbocker" Journal Judge Story recently decided in Boston, "" of COL. JOHN WARREN, as a can. May J, J835. 4w19 BLANCHARD. & RIDER.. '

of thia eltj; from Dunlap's Lives ofAmerican that an affirmation by the foreman of the didate to represent the County of Duval,in Jacksonville,Jan. 1,1835. it i ,
painters, and our the Council for this Terri NOTICE.
: next Legislative
countryman grand jury for the United States Court,was OTN. B CABJI paid for Cotton, Hides,
P&RuBcbenberger'a"Three years in the tory. May 21. Weeks from date, I shall apply to the
Pacific," and also from Grant Thornburn's not sufficient in that court, though in the SIX Ue Judge of Dun County, Horns,Tallow, Deer Skins, Furs, Beeswax! ,' \ I
allowed. The :" IJ '
"Men and msonera la Britain." state court it was protesting AT CHAMBERS, \ for letters of Administration on the Estate 01: MOM, Orange. Peel, Ac.: D. &'R.,
took the
consequently pre- 1 -
juryman 1835. ]
May, EL1SJL1 deceased.
of the death of
Inconsequence the late aclitied oath; "IT is ordered, that an Extra Term' of the CVILLIAM RIDER. I t
Emperor or Austria, the new Emperor baa I I Superior Court for the County of Duval, NOTICE.
the Owl9
Jacksonville : 4.
JC90Lll'o-A Juggler by May
been invited to Silesia, to renew with FATAL be held on the 29th day of Jane next. persons are hereby notified that pur- r ,
Prussia the Unted compact of the Holy name of Wheeler, alias Curtis, a few days ROBT. RAYMOND REID, .ALL & to the Act of Congress;of March

Alliance of Divine Autocrats.. since, while in the exercise of his vocation Judge Superior Court* NOTICE. 2d, J831,entitled, AD Act: to provide) for
running a sword down his throat, Out.East Florida. SIX Weeks after date I lhall apply to tha the punishment offences committed in cutting -

perforated some vital part, which caused By the Judge. the Judge /Dora County, for or removing Live Oak and
JO-DOE: WHITE IN Turns m.-A great his instant death*:-{(Buffalo AVbig. ISAIAH D. HART, Clerk. letters of Administration on the, 'Estate 01 Ither Timber, or trees reserved tor naval
I public meeting was held jn Nashville, JOAN UMY, late cf said County. pormwes':' Positive proof will be t.gaited

I Tenn:,on the 2d ult at Judge White While the crowd were waiting for theopening MORE NEW GOODS. GEO. FLKMINO.Fleming's of ail persons shipping such Timber, that ti..
I **s put in nomination for the Pmiden y. of the box office of the Tremont IL LIBBEY Island,Bt.Johns',April 15. same has not from lands the proper..

[ The officers and others wko composed the Theatre, at Boston, some malicious villain just received from Charleston, a ij of the United State., or from lands for on. T
the HAS of FLOUR and CORN. 8TODART CURRIER, which the Timber hu been reserved naval
meeting were among warmest supporters threw handful of cayenne pepper among supply! DELL
of General aekfo Not a dissenting them, which produced the most exerucia- also, a full snppl/ of GROCERIES which LITHOGRAPHERS, XvLooiuriuc and purpoe. ,. Collector. .
voice was raised against the nomination. depriving severalof will be sold cheap for euh.P 1. "and E..n. tf !3
tinjr pain and came near : $.
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N A* AunM.-An incidcnt1)f o rather ludicrous DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &c. MA STEAMBOAT THE BOSTON GAZETTE.PEARL Volume'AND LlTFn*

: EOUS. nature occurred a short time since, THE Subscriber has on hand, and. offers C O M P A N X. every week, by FoUrth'Published

<; -" in one of the seaboard towns of the "Bay sale,on reasonable terms,the following ISAAC C. ,PRAY.

: I COURT-ll'fO.-A: I.lawyer, whom we knew State." Mr B, a citizen of the north part articles, ,viz *, n The work will be published weekly J

well, did his courting 'of-band. Ho had of the town, was Called upon at his work DRY GOODS. n., ,- :;,.;-. ;-c--.rr- :; number containing eight large quarto 'pager eaei

f got a good practice and a high reputation, shop by Mr\ M., a fellow townsman, who Broadcloths Sattinetts, Negro Cloths '- of -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of maneous ,

na well for what his noddle contained of resided about two miles from Mr\ B, when white and yellow Flannels, bleached and TIlE above company take this method have. l and original matter, printed on sups.I
Coke and Blackstone, as' for being a very the following dialogue ensued :- brown Check, striped and plaid Homespuns. the public MACON they nor white paper, with perfectly new type i|

; eccentric chap in all his ways, doings and Mr\ B.-Good morning; Mr\ M.\ : you arc Calicoes, Silks, Gloves Linens, Imported purchased two' Steamboats boats, the to handsome title page and correct index ,'until
and EXCEL which are run reguarly furnished
be and the work
him into the the Hdk'fs. Bomba- at the end
His of : Ginghams Cambrics Silk of
sayings. eccentricity got quito a stranger in this part town. between Darien and 'Macon, leaving will form the
it was'nt that woman should zettes Oznaburgs Burlaps, &C. year, an excellently printed volum!I
1 notion, How do you do ? week with two tow boats. of four hundred and sixteen
bo nlonot" and so,of a delightful summer's_ :Mr Mr-I\ aci tolerable. How, are,you HARD WARE AttD,CUTLERY. The steamboats will draw only 26 inches of three thousand duodecimo pages, equal til

eve-when the roses,smiled and the cowslip and your family? Lamps, Candlesticks, Guns, Axes! Adzes, water wiUrtwo good engines in each. The The volume will contain pages.twenty-six

laughed, Sunday evening, too, mind Mr B<-We are well with the excep- patent Augurs, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, company bare been at great expense to place of,music fortho: PianoForte, &c piece; ,

yo, gentle reader, that tion of a few slight colds. What: is, the Butts, Screws, Brass Knobs,Hoes,Sad Irons, this line steamboats) in the Ocmulgee and one hundred of common sheet music aqua, \ihici 10 I
love- ? Pad-T Trunk Gun-Closet- Altamaha aid riverswould respectfully solicit could not be
,Delightful hour.!of witching news in your neighborhood < U-Chest- purchased separately for lea] !
ho caught his hat and was seen ascending Mr M.\ -Nothing particular. What do Brass port pad-Knob and Mortice Locks, the patronage of the public. This line will than five dollars; and the publisher is deter.I
up beside the hill hear? Knob Latches, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steelyards be a great futility for merchants who wish to lt1ed..to prcjcure the simple rather than I
of tho the
the cottage you >
steps Mr B.-Nothing of importance. Wo Bed Keys and Screws, Chest, Hinges, ship their gobds by the way ,of Savannah or complex and difficult. I
where tripped Cork and cut Saws Darien to Hawkinsville and Macon or in
Screws Hand cross Although the publisher places |
of of late. no
rain depen.
a A lovely'damsel bright and fair. ( have a plenty Knives and Forks, Brittania-Plated Table shipping Cu, ton 'to' Savannah. Arrangements dance whatever, in the support of it,as ahtt.1rary
\ -Yes and
Sho opened the door, as ho politely asked, Mr M. ; they say,, and Tea Spoons, Iron Squares, Pocket Compasses have leen made to forward cotton or paper, from its engravings,yet there Rill

;d "is the Chief Justice within?" "No,sir," 11 March winds and April showers, Drawing Knives, Braces, Socket goods withoii detention between' Savannah be presented occasionally,'plates from copper I

j said the pretty one, "but will be shortly." Bring forth fruits and/May flowers." I Chisels, &c.GROCERIES. and Darien. I '' 1 and,wood ,of beautiful workmanship and Sa

41 Ah, that's no matter, said the Counsellor ltIr l'tl.-Agtiin( after'?pause of about & PROVISIONS.Coffee No exertio or expense 'will be spared to ''ish. Already] have appeared a beautifully

na ho was curtsied within the door, "I didi half a minute.!) I calls down hero to see Tea.- Loaf and Brown Sugars give shipped the greatst line.despatch. to goods or cotton engraved portrait thijj
i not come to sep the father, ray'client is,interested if I could find! the captain of the Engine.My Champaigne, Ia.deria-Claret-rort andMalaga by executed on steel,and;a chaste,vignette title
in of the Wines Spices, N. E. Rnm, American Agents fOr'the above boats: page, engraved on copper.
only : testimony father's,.hoqso ion fire, and I should Its contents will be various
daughter. My ,client, madam, owns the like to have the captain bring up somo of Gin; Holland Gin, Brandy, Soap,Tabac- L. BALDWIN & co. Savannah. there will be a general record of spirited O curi'en.
mansion you'see from yonder and the his men to help it out. co, Flour, Corn, Rice,, Pilot Bread Butter ,J.GoDDARD & Co., Macon. Statistics Obituary
: put Mackerel ces, notices, &C:. & 5,
Beef Pork
\ pith of hiss t is to ascertain if you,would lfiHnngnotion Why did'nt you, Crackers, Almonds, Raisons I MITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien.J. addition to the Tales,Legends,Essays: Trav.
Butter; Lard, Cheese, Figs, E. & B. DELZNO Charleston. '
have any objection to becoming its mis- cry firo !1" Hams elling, Literary, Fugitive and Historical'Sketches '
Apples Bologna ,
? }'11 Sabbath evening for Dec._1834. 1 &c.
tress mil next Onions &c. Biography, Poetry, making an I
your answer" "Why, sir, it won't be DALLOONINo.-Mr. Clayton of Cincinnati ., &c.ALSO- elegant paper for the parlor,and for the lover

necessary:, to suspend! the suit. I think who lately made the remarkable Drugs and Medicines, Paints Crockeryand THE STEAM, PACKET of polite literatures as contributions will be

client's case is founded Injustice, and v 350 miles in a balloon, proposes Glass Ware, Powder and Shot,' Shoes, 1 FLORIDA.CAPT. ., secured from some of the most popular Ame

Jour sure' he will win his point without Yie thsjtq another attempt to reach Boots, and a great variety of articles to nu rican authors. ,

any.[special pleading but, as father has t nticy.t1JO. /; same mode of convey- merous to mention. The work will be printed as,well,and con.
HARDY .... ,-" tain as much reading matter as any similar
been twenty-one years upon the bench it once.-I ivcs.tiotice in the Cincinnati II. 'PHILIPS. "C

would be decorous to see if his opinion; pnpc ,his;.Erial ship. the "Star of N. B.-CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,Deer quarto Statesand paper, it-now can safely published'and in the be United

does not conform! mine." Certainly, madam bo Wc Hnutng undergone several imrovemaMB7imd'fJteration8 Skins, Tallow I, !frs, Beeswax, Moss Deer ,R. A. HILL, the cheapest; journal of,thekind.truly, called

said the lawyer, as the father entered > calculated, to Horns, &c. >" '.' H. Il;. P. ', jILL. run once a week from Savannah TFRMs-Three dollars per 'annum, as the

the apartment It is needless say that allow him to' rUfiain" longer in the upper Jacksonville, Jan. 15,1835.. 3tfNEW ", : to Picolata, touching at Darien, _St. paper is firmly'established be paid in ad-

the full Court did not 'reverso the decision nit than on the previons -will Hary's,, Jacksonville and Mandarin. ranee. Two.dollars ,for ,six months, to be

-and the happy pair: signed the bond and take her, departure about ,tho middle of GOODS. :WILLIAM DUNCAN, ,. paid in advance.

r went into possession in four weeks from May\ and will proceed if the wind will THE Subscriber has for sale the following Agent at Savannah.. Boston, 1834. 1

that night-[Boston ouriert permit, to tho Atl Jntic"Oceo.n. lIe 'also S of merchandise. January'1, 1835. 1
mentions that ho'tvill be prepared with a Superior duality. Blankets from $,1 50 to ,TO THE PUBLIC.

[From the Green Mountain Democrat.] mail bag, containing the newspapers of the, $5 50er pair. LAND AT ST. PABLO_ THE UDSCRIDER"having purchase

Wo have received the first number of day,and a'number letters for the East Irish A good Linen quality from Negro 50 to cloth 371-2. c. pr yd. FOR SALE.,, Southern Agriculturalist from its late
c $1.00.Best
Editor and proprietor Mr. John D. Le
' the Utica Daily Fag-End edited by an plaid Homespuns 7'yds. for $1.00, Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or of ,
solicits the the friends of
A good deal of gossip has been causedin THE support Agnculture -
association of'JriDters, devils price, one 3-4 Homespuns unbleached lOc per yard, Negroes, or good acceptances, ; and,of the interests connected with i it,
pence."' The paper is about tim sizo of a Edinburgh by elopement of Lady Superior fancy stripes 1834c. the following tract of fine Live Oak ham- throughout the, Southern States. He ha

buckwheat slap-jack, but contains much A., the beautiful daughter of tho Earl of S., Silk h'dkfs from 50c to $150; I mock land on St. Pablo Creek,bounded as published this work for Mr. Le are from its

,, more amusement than many of 'its; larger with a young English gentleman of property 4-4 unbleached Shirting 13c per yard by' follows, viz-on the West by Pablo Creek, Commencement, in the 'year 1828. and he is
i cotemnoraries.: Indeed, it is quito a com in Cheshire. It is seldom either the the piece, or G y'ds for one dollar by retail, on the North by Winslow Foster's land, on thus practically acquainted with tie mode in

ical affair.' The Editors assure the public Scotch "laddies or lassies" 'are "come" Shirting bleached from 13c to 2f>c pr yd, the .East and South by lands of Cornelius which it should be conducted. Its publication

that, "if they lake the paper: they will over' by' their less cunning and more Fancy (dress, and furniture calicoes from Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty- 'will be continued on the same terms and

t show their cents." Among tho late and straightforward brethren south ,of the 13c to 25c per yard by the piece three acres. For particulars apply to in the some manner as heretofore with such
Sattinetts from 87 l-2c $125 i 'I. D.
Tweed. We' should to to superfine, or improvements his
I important foreign news" received by'tho as soon expect as experience may suggest
"packet scow Slow and.'Sure, Capt. Sap- hear of a Knickerbocker of Gotham elop' Superfine cloth $450 per yard, JAMES DELL. i As the subscriber is solicitous to,make this
White and red flannels from 371-2c to Jacksonville, Jan. 23. 4tf Journal
with rich Yankee heiress Wetn- vehicle for dissemminating useful
head, thirty years from Capo Cod, the ing a C2 l-2c yard
per information not' with
crslicld. only regard
' K Fag-End says that thcro was a rumour Bed tickings from 183-4c to 25c per yard," FOR SALE. : lished systems of husbandry, but also experimental

k' current,, "that the Dutch had obtained EMIGRATION or 'WOMEN.-The. North Musquito netting, good quality $125 pr ps. TWO Fowling Pieces-a ''lot of:harness efforts in Agriculture and Horticulture -

complete,possession of Holland. In the ornpton (Mass.) Courier states that a company Loffancybeltribbands- for heavy work-four kegs ofDupont' he invites free and unrestricted commu-
advertising columns; 'wo find that "Dr. of industrious and A good assortment best rifle powder-one fiat bottom. nication from all, persons occupied in these
Quack" has, on hand "n'few barrels ofDr.Handsaw's ,energetic,capable, shirt buttons-silk-sewing silk-ball and ed boat, with the oars. The above articles pursuits. Let no one imagine that solitary

: ,; celebrated, carbonated essence intelligent! young.women are about,to startfrom spool n.d--.iting: :: paper superior do.- will be sold very cheap for cash ,Apply to facts or isolated experiments are too trivial to
that town for the great \V cst. They ladies white ho horn and wood combs- '
of stove be communicated. All knowledge
; :,pipe, on infalliblo, cure for TIMOTHY WIGHTMAN, systematic.
dropsy in ,tho foot, burnt fingers and all go out"under'the protection of,a gentle silk and cotton umbreUas-and, a good as- 'is but the aggregate'of humble particu
A wide field of usefulness industry sornment of o'r at this Office.
man. lars ; and Science in i is
other bowel complaints; also a few kegs every department,
: 30. 18tf
and of is DRUGSabove'AND MEDICINES April
of the Tincture Gridiron." The Doctor means doing great good I brought to perfection,not through the instrumentality
spread out before them, and although we (nrThe: ;articles are of the best quail- of a single exrraordinafy mind,but
has besides, "a largo, I quantity of Itch and will be sold for a small advance for NOTICE.
don't like to have them indulge, inmany ty, by the contribution of particulars by many
Ointment, warranted ,not to injure the for cash or produce.; persons indebted to the subscriber, individuals and after the, of
visionary speculations, yet sixpence ALL ; generally lapse
leather. Joe. advertises a JOHN W. RICHARD. '
Putty "runaway apiece, we would insure them husbands. by Note or Book account, are requested many years, he is desirous, therefore, to have
small boy about the size1 of 'a six footer.- Jacksonville; Jan. 22. 4tf to settle the same without delay; and as many facts to record as can be furnished;

The said boy had on, when ho went away, The following amusing circumstance no credit will be, given at my store after the and from the planter, who is systematic in,
a,red coat and yellow buck skin breeches, occurred few with CABINET FURNITURE WARE- 10th March. HARDY H. PHILIPS. his experimental' labors, ''an account of his

wove kertey, ,supposed to have left in a} who a dnys'sinco in tho a parson, HOUSE. Jacksonville', March 3. lot! failures as well a his successful efforts, will
1 square toed packet for the East. The was visiting a family! neighbor" JAMES II. COOKE, No. 100, Broadway be acceptable. If the last are worthy of being
Editors who already use double pica, hood. "What is the future state? said York, offers for-sale'every kind andquality ,GREAT NATIONAL WORK. recorded that they may be imitated, the fast-

promise.to enlarge their typo in their next the clergyman, to a sprightly little girl.- of Sofas-Bideboards-Secretaries-: AMERICAN MAGAZINE should be noted in.order to be shunned.
a boo the "Illinois." "No, no, said tho preacher, Book Casell-PT ble8 of all descriptions- The subscriber hopes that this appeal to his
to not to
number so as injure
1 'what is the future condition -; Of useful and Entertaining to le il- fellow
eyesight of their ". We indebted mean of Chairs quality High post and Knowledge, citizens of the South, will not'be in
I to the devils patrons.who superintend are' the- men and women ?" "Why," replied the French Bedsteads of Mahogany and Maple- lustrated by numerous'Engravings.BY vain. It would be a reproach to our Plantersto
"I Hair and Moss Mattrasses-Feather Beds- meet the fate of the Southern Review. Of
,.' girl, hesitatingly, suppose they are to THFIOSTONBEiVICK COMPANY.
,Fag End, for a right good ,hearty laugh, be married." Looking GIasses--Carpet a full assortme'nt the last it may be justly said, that it was suffered
and id return we wish them the best success : of every thing necessary to furnish THE success which has attended the pub- .to fall,when it was not'only rearing for

in their "under take-in. ,A JACK: TAR'S ,ILLUSTRATION,-During aJiouse. of the best Magazines from, the us a well merited fame as'a literary'people,
.' the first 'panic' concerning our relations April 7. 3w15 English Puss, has led to;preparations for issuing but it was also vindicating the Southern habits -

v8NEizifo.' -A schoolmaster taught his with France, the following dialogue took a periodical more' particularlyadapted from the unjust aspersions, which hue
the wants and of
to taste the Amencan
.boys;,whenever they heard him sneeze, to place"on Long:wharfLandlordJack :- FOR SALE lic. While it will be the of the pub been so liberally bestowed upon Uir out of our

i rise up with solemnity, cross their hands how would you like a TWO Copper Stillsnearly new; one con- to make, the work'object ptrictly what proprietors 'its- section of country.I The Southern, Agriculturalist" -

) on their'bosoms and ejaculate, ,"God pre chance in a privateer?, two hundred gallons, with a title indicates, it will'nevertheless, containall in some measure supplies the
serve our venerable tutor{I" OUt,'day he Jack-I'd sooner'yun my risk in theState's heater of the same capacity) the other containing articles of interest to its patrons, which place of the Southern Review, so far 8i regards
took them out: for walk and'' they being which wili.be disposedof the circumstances last alluded to. It
sarvico ; for 'sharing prize fifty gallons, appear in foreign Ma uines. of
'hot he proposed they should,stop at a well board of a ia like moneyon at terms advantageous to the purchaser.For Extensive preparations have been entered serves as a Register not only"ofc methods
The well master throwing i. further particulars inquire of O. BUDINGTOR with Husbandry, but also of,facts relating to our
was deep-so the made l ladder-j-what the slats into, both Artists and Authors to fur
soup through a of The the
White ville at this office. system Slavery. subjects
them join their turbans together for catch the Esq. or nish from all .of the Union, drawingsand
handed sailors get Jacksonville, May 6, JDtf Illustrations'of mine, the treatment, the characters ofout
and the of interest
descending to every subject Slaves, are, fairly suited to its and
them their drink ono after the other. which the publishers confidently believe ;willenable pages I
up A layman Providence, who occasion NOTICE. constitute topics as interesting and importantas
them to issue
S. The .- made them draw alty exhorted at evening meetings thus a work honorable to its any which can engage either our own attention -
andvhad indebted to the subscriber title and to the American
,\! 'him ) near reached the expressed bis belief in the existence of a ALL persons by acceptable People. or the attention of those abroad, who
when make The American
Note to is
or are requested Magazine published
the coldness of the well feel interest
top unfortunately a legitimate jn concerns.
( our
Deity:- rethren-I am just as confi payment by the 25th inst. or suits will be monthly-each number containing between *
j for him.made), him sneeze. dent that there ,J fa 81, Supreme Being as ]I commenced without delay. forty and fifty imperial octavo.J pages, at Two The subscriber begs Je&Tif1., con )usron,
' to remark, that if he bad not uadertaa'tucontinua
The \\ let the
'h010'pOIlSO instantly go that there ia flour in Alexandria J. B. MASON.Jaokeenvillerlda.5 DOLLARS
am : ; and per annum,payable in advance: i Periodical,ttf
publication of
rope ;,threw tbemftolvea c into theirACCUS. that I know for.a,'certain, aa I yeatcnla .- 3-3 Il oamprisPortrait *n ,
tom d attitude, and exclaimed with -. Sketches of Americans Views probably
t j great received from there a lot of three hundred distinguished ; move from our cityj or been suspended.
fervor, "God preserve our tutor I" who barrels, fresh, superfine, which I will lieU NOTICE. of Public Buildings' Monuments, and im Whether it will be in his power to continue it,
fell back and broke his leg. as low as in indebted to the subscribers, provements; Landscape:scenery-the bound. will depend not Pecuniary11the
any person town. persons only ion the
R* ______ ___ __ _j*_ ALL by note or book account; are re. less variety and.,'beauty of_which, in this Literary Contributions Southern ri u1'ters.

1 1 ,ANECDOTE.-A countryman stopped<< nt A man praising ale,said,that it was suchan quested to settle the, same without delay; country, will form an unceasing source of instruction He confidently now leaves this matter
a tavern' and called for somo bread nod excellent drink that token in and no credit will be given at their'ptore and gratification; Engravings and in their hands, feeling a full assurance th>d
cheese-they were handed to him-he it after the lit of February. ? descriptions of the character; habits, &c. olBirds there is wanting'on the part of our Planted
great quantities always made him fat
soon discovered that his cheese was made "I have it, make BLANCHARD & RIDER. Beasts, Fishes, and Insects, togetherwith neither the liberality nor mental energies! eeceuary
seen lean
from the bluest skim-milk, and'dry and the other. When ?" you replied Jacksonville, January 24th, 1835. fit! every subject' connected with the Geography to sustain'the Southern Agriculturist-
inquired the eulogist History, Natural and Artificial resources ,
hard as a chip-he put a slice of it. upon last of the A. E. MILLER, rubliaher.
Iris fork and attempted to melt it,but found 'V nl. night"MAIDLNCoTNxSS."MerriedatOrms DR. CHARLES IIOYT offers his and popular country;illustrated in a familiar Charleston, S. C. Dec 1, 1834
I .
that impossible. During this effort the aional services to the inhabitantsof Boston Bewick ,Persona desirous of subscribing can tpPy
entered the when the Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, to W T. WILLIAMS Savannah at
landlady room, following kirk farmer No. 47, Court Street. r
of Bickerstaff ,
f to as A Surgeon and Physician office.
dialogue ensued :- Miss Susan)'ed of the same place. So Jacksonville, Jan. 29 S 1833. tit! 03" Editora of ut the -

.Traveller-I say, madam, this Isa, brarechLandladyB fickle was the fair bride, that she ran away : United States, who will publish the foregoing JOHN 81XIOW-Alr .

twice from the altar before the ceremorywas I ORANGE STICKS. Prospectus, and notice the' contents of the 2e
I why? ended. w will be paid! for One Hundred Or- Magazine from time to time,shall be entitledto Real Estate and Mcrdumdizt Brolur.No.

.!,Traveller-Because it will sooner bum ? CASH Sticks, of various sizes, on delivery ihetirst volume ,Exchange-strut, Boston, Mass. .

than run, ,;, The largest snake story is, that a hawk at this office, Immediately., March 5. Any person remitting,the Agent, by mail, TT7TLL attend to the!'selling and bs f;
r err! in New Jersey swallowed a lire rattlesnake poet paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive su VV of Real Estate, in every part 'o!
: i Mr.Oin COAT.-It is Letter to turn the and that the animal eat his way out BLANKS of all descriptions Printed at copies for one year-and continued as long United States? People desirous of: eangnt' I

old coat, said my aunt Prudence, than to to the open alt, through crop, skin,,' and at short notice. as the money is regularly forwarded.A ing from one part of u.* Union to another.!

run in debt for a new one. Hut see, replied feathers. 03Also:: ,Job Work in a handsome style liberal price will be paid for appropriateand can always receive correct. WorD&tiolle"j*
I there is a hole in ill office. He
never mind} and on reasonable terms. well written articles,or applying atlas ;
that, said she,put In patch ; patch uponthe r. Fortune is painted blind, that,homay V Justice Blank -Deeds-Bills.of La of national subjects drawings, possessing, iUga.tratiyO interest. for Various kinds of Merchandise CommwucatioD, del4Vre4at *
better than a writ upon the not blush to behold the fools who' .. any part of the Union.
| : belong ding-i-Manifests. Ac:constantly for'aai.. at ,,; Subscriptions received at tkis.offic attended?'
slrts addressed to him will be promptly
_, .' ':: .. to her.. \ Ar *, f/ t." |Jr, .this office. *J.**' U, .4 ADec,25,183t ;, ..,,' 1 :', to. .. 'Jan. 1,1835lIIS'CELLAN -

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