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 11, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'.JACKSONVILLE .COURIER, PUBLISHED AUTHORITY" of" the session i of'the -:- tr
present Council, ono ceed\p\ tho election of Another,third lieutenant Sec. 4. Be
PUBLISHED, OJtCK' :: X,:TKEK, BY -. thousaiiv, three hundred and seventy-seven (who shall 1 be, in\like,manner coinmissioned or it further hs'ehall! enacted,That If any 1 I
per violate the
person '
L. CUJHttJERf&, CO. LAWS': dollars nud' seventy 'cents., To James upon the reosipt, by thc ,Governor ions of this act, it shall bo lawful, provis'I!'I
TIiETERiUTOR Bryan,Jr. for fuel and servants employed df a duly certifie of such
"TERlIIS.:$4'per year, parable half yearly OF ; by the Sergcant-at-Arms forty dollars. election and of' report hereby made, the duty of the judge of,the ;
:, FLORIDA., ,, two sckrgents and, four. or II
in advancer inglpapers2 cents ". .ec. 3. Be further, enacted, That the corporals" T superior county county upon! application I,
PASSED AT THE TmRTxfcsril. SESSION,'BEGUN of the magistrate of ;
Inserted and contracts Governor cause to bo of the Sec. 4. Be it further police, to issue a I
Advertisements ; OF'TALLA :paid out: ap- Tatted, That all writ
AND HELD AT.THE CJTT; commanding tho sheriff to abate tho ,
made for yearly advertising, on reasonableterms. propriatiou by Congress for the year one officers bdiieath the grade ofchil'\l lieutenant nuisance and II
HASSEE, ON MONDAT/jfArtUARV 5th, AND ; on refusing to abate the
thousand eight hundred thirty-four being shall \Tot be commissioned but 'shall
addressed ENDED SATURDAY FEBRJART 14tll, 1835. v same, the party convicted thereof shall bo I
communications .bJ'Dlait'ma be an unexpended balance in' the of I
All Treasury receive arrant
a. jippointmont:upon fined in '
not less
a sum than
.' to ;:. W t.LlAMSfditor r. of the r .Cou- JOHN II. EATON;Governor. t Department of the United States, to Leslie their elections from the,cpnunander of said dollars at the discretion fivo hundred i

:rier,_postage in all. cases, _;Jb.. be paid.: ;. 'oJ GEORGE.WALKER, ,Sec the Territory. A. Tnompson, the sum of four hundred company and all appointments shall bo Sec.,5. Bo it further enacted of a jury.That tho
T ? f I JOHN WARRENS Pres Jcn.,of tlC! 'C unc l. and seventy-five dollar:*, being the amountof published in cofipauy ovaers.! sheriff clerk jury and ,shall ,
bo allowed
AGENTS FOR 71I1t vOURiER.! ; ; _" I{ two warrants heretofore drawn i in favor Sec.'5. Boil further clpcted. That' anyvacencics''vliich such ,

FLORID ." ', CHAP. 8G1. [No' l ftn'acflo enable Sccundino,J. Segui wid, John P; Booth, rndy; nt'iiny' time occur of forcible,' costs and n.4i'aru dcKincr nIImvc to t brpaid*:: *Mc*
tpa f ntry
:Sl.JJ gustinJohn"q: iEsq, P' 'M. :. married'iDoMeWff3ihr )real estate' for servieeatcdered4.hdiaai! session of the in naid' 'company, lug?: trod..Vu,Frat _- f.tto.t: bjr tb0 panyTOhttintf'Jwr wwli im'll &: 'x
.".Vq clotAt C J : ': p.:".z,' .. ""of inheritance; ',, C9un f. To R. Keyword :two, Hundred !any election, to be held and conducted Passed, Fe /13th; 1835. 'I,, Co., .
. 'xe1D7 a1ini1lt-a. ElIili!! *.a : .I. M. and eighty-five dollars, being the'amountof rules and of \
.j. agreeably? thq' regulations', Feb. I
Be Approved 14th 1835.CHAP. : .
Sec. 1. it enacted the Governorand
Ji Esq.. P. M. by ; ,
Spring drove- Gar'lJon, a draft heretofore given' to It. Dinmore said company. t "
GEORGIA., Legislative Council of the Tqjtritory pf Wescott & Co. for folding and stitching Sec. 6. Bo it further enacted,' That said 8CL N0.xtv An tJ t
married woman owning ( >] act to artiend
Esq. P. Mv FloridaThat", any the laws and of tho last session shall be imkcrcd
'St. JlfaryWA Dpolittle : journals of company and appear in an act entitled an net to I t I
real of inheritance in this rnpilatc the Pi
.mzrtnaAS..Philbrick, Esq. the ,
Council. To
Samuel B. full uniform mounted and under for
Fitzpatrick the St. Marks.Bo .
Russell. sell, convey transfer,or mortgage:the lotage of port of !!
Nacon-Edmund, may ,, : ; a former,clerk of.the Legislative Council, drill and parade inspection[ ,' at ,such
fame, or any part, thereof in the same it enacted by tho Governor and Le- i
'' the sum i of,one hundred and two dollars places, and at such times, as shall be""p* '
[From the New'YorkMirror7-( manner as she might do; i'f she were solo and sixty nine cents. pointed by tho commander thereof at least gislntive Council of Territory of Flori- :

:TELL HIM I LOVE' HIM :YET. and unmarried : Provided'the 'husband I Sec.,4. Be it further enacted, ,That the four! times ,in each year or no much ofteneras da'Thnt the .Governor of tho Territory'' ;' ;

My dear M.-The following exquisite spng of: said,!married, : woman join in such sale 1 Governor"causo' to be audited and settled, may be required by the riJR and .regulations shall have power to Appoint lIve persons
was written by the author of Lillian,and has conveyance, transfer or mortgage, and the the accounts of Win. Wilson, for printing of said.company, or by the General to constitute a hoard of' Port Wardens for :
never been published. It was iset'to music same bo made and authenticated in the the Laws and Journals of the present ses- commanding the brigado, within 'which it tho port of St. Marks, who shall "continue I

by the lady ,who was kind enough to copy it manner' prescribed by the several acts in ion_Of the Council, and for publishing the is formed ;> and that members of said company in office during'good behavior, or until removed J I
for the Mirror; and for force regulating of real estate by the Gpvcrnor;j1' and\ it shall bo
from the manuscript conveyances same in the, Floridian,. according, .to contract shall be exempted from all other br II
whosevoice it was expressly written. will and the recording .and authenticating of'said Wilson. further duty under the militia laws of the the duty of 'onJ port, wardens,so appointed, I !
try to send you the music one of these days; the same ; ,and provided' also, ;(that such Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That' the Territory : ;Provided, however, that said ; to appoint license such number 'ofcompetent ,. .
for it is the,most touching and beautiful thing married'women shall acknowled', on a Governor cause be pet'S0 IR8 mny bo deemed ne ; I
to audited and settled, company;,and the 'members thereof (anything i
lever heard. Moore,' thafoetto whom.it separate Or private examination, before the eessarytonetus'pilot. lor (tlie said } 11'
the accounts of the Ed tors of the newspapers : in this section notwithstanding) shall 1
was sung a few nights since, set no measureto otficer.or other 'person" appointed, by law durihg good behavior/ ,,'which said plJots,
: authorised '
his raise'-or both words and musi .- Of publish tire laws\ of the be liable to be drafted or culled out by tf
take her of her 'shall 'ent r into bond with '
to acknowledgment ,execu- npjwintcd,
the words, indeed, there can be but one opine present session,accordiag to the act of Con ,proper authority for the defonco; of'tliia
N.PW. tion of any,such sale, conveyance, transfer, ess Territory of the ,United States, or for security\ ; ((61m approved by the raid board, \
ion. .
and apart from her Passed in tho sum of two hundred and fifty dollars
or mortgage separate
Feb. 14tJl'l835. the performance of any other pub
Tell, him'I love him yet said .I1l18bslI'd that'she executed the same proper payable\ to thc Governor nnd his successors,
Approved l ,Fe'j.l4th 1835. lic duty always in case to bo drafted ]
As i in that joyous time' freely, and without any fear or' compulsion or called out according to law. conditioned for the faithful) performance of
Tell him I ne/er forgi-. of her,said husband. I their duties ; and shall also, before entering I
Cn p. 8G4. [No. LLtI] .to act lur'.Ube relief Sec'7. Be it further enacted, That the '
now be crime.!I I Sec..2. He,, further. enacted, That all uponiheir'ofilee take and subscribe,
Though memory, of,Grantee and Claimants. of: land said company may adopt rules und regula- f
oath well nnd faithfully
sales conveyances, trAnsfers, of mortgages!, in certain ctwej. tions by,tho voice,of the majority of members an f to discharge'the
Tell him when fades the light' heretofore, made by married women of Sec. 1. Bo it. enacted by the v Governor and by consent of the captain,, which same.. \
Upon the,earth and sea, ,*, their real estate:of inheritance in this Ter- and Legislative Council of the Territory of when approved by tho ,Commanderinchief See 2. Be it furuVr enacted' ,'That there .,

I dream of him by.nightHe ritory, where the husband of such married Florida: That, all lands or grants : lands: shall bind id compunyProvided t; shall l he allowed 'pilotage, to 'each 'pilot, I
filt' vessel into
mast not, 'dream of me !" women have j joined i therein, shall be as held by grants;concessions, 'or orders of always, that the sal uo' bo not I' repugnant to conducting a captain I
t Marks and the liar that the '
valid if the had been conveyed by outer ,
as same
survey; or,by ,other tItleS'ern.c, from the the laws of the Territory.Sec. ,
{,Tell him to go where me fine, us at ,common law, which ,said mode Spanish Government, shall be and, they 8. Bait further enacted That'the or cunripiiro bf th6'veStWI may determine' I
shall be used' in this upon; ,two"dollars and\ fifty rents foot, \
of per
"Looks proudly the brave conveyance never said shall
on from taxation
are hereby'made of
:exernpt reports company .
; and the for a''vessela ,
same out to
And_ win'a 'glorious name :, h Territory* until said lands shall be surveyed by order be mddo to and through tho stuff of,the carrying '"

deeds pn land and wave.'Green Passed, Jan. 30th, 1835. of the .court having the power ,to, order, General commanding the brigade to whichit sea. 4'>':J. I
By Approved;Feb. 4th t 1835.CuAP. such survey .1U'V"18111 r8t4)w"o..here.otter belongs i and that mid! ..coupany'"U1U Her. 2. BA it. further,enacted That {":' I
whenever I ft shall required by'tLe'capminor -
; hilfcrowThe to made Generalof be entitled to and a stand of colors 4.11 ,
green upon to by, Surveyor procure J
862. [No. XL.] An act providing and address\ of consignee of a vessel to ma.ko' aninsIsection ::
laurel wreath shall be- >' this ,Territory shall boaccepted by.theclaimantsof paraded inspection or of vessel 1 or'car'go1!
the removal Justices of the Peace in I I or survey any ; 1
for of: drill with tho
? vaino '
sll.ut.Iands Provided displayed
Although that laurel. now I'! / certain and other purposes.Sec. : appear it shall lie she: duty of the board'of war*"': ,
Must I not be'sharefl' with me !',, cases for section shall not apply;to county,taxes now agreeably, to tho usages of war. dens or' majority of them and for'thd'first )' ,
: ,
... .l. Be it ,enacted, by the Governorand allowed b'IIlW. : Sec 9. .Be it further enacted That tho visit; shall cacti be 'to ro-',j
Telljiim to smile"again :t Legislative Council of the Territory of ,Sec. 2. Bo it further, ,enacted,, That ,no Governor, of this Territory be, ,,and he is celve five they dollars, and two dollar entitled' each for I' j T

In pleasured dazzling throng-' Florida, That from and after the passage tax heretofore assessed against or imposed hereby required, if their be sufficient subsequent visit, that may be iO re-, '1''
of this act, it shall be lawful l for the Gov- upon such lands 'as"arc mentioned in the number of public rifles undisposed of at every quired rInd the said hoard of wardens "
To wear another's chain, ernor of this: Territory upon sufficientcause first section of this act, shall be collected, the capital, to cause said ,company[ to he shall bo; entitled 'to receive, ten :dollars for, ".
To praise another's song! shown to him odor any judge of and said lands shall be held free and discharged furnished with thorn?other wiso to, make each
license\ they ,
I the Court on motion, ten days from such tax and all sales of application to, the department at stay ,
Before the.loveliest there, Superidr any proper Sec. 4.5 lie it further enacted, That'the : I
previous notice have been given, to remove any such lands, or :parts 'thereof for any Washington, for. a sufficient, number for
first and second sections! of an act entitled,
I'd have him bend the knee, Justice of the Peace Auctioneer tax'whntever after of this tfie together with tho !
: any the passage act, purpose necessary An act to regulate the pilotage of the port I
And.b eathe to her tk prayer ''r 'or other pennon holding office, by appointment shall be'null and void and test np.title in accoutrement of St. Marks approved, February" the 10th,

He used to breathe to me from the-,Governor and .Legislative. the purchaserthereof. .Passed Jan.26th,1835.Approved I' 1834, and' all{ other acts inconsistent ,with : S I

,Council, and to appoint thers in their: Sec. a Be it further enacted, That the Jan. 27tb, 1835.CIItoP.8tftNo. the provisions of this act, be, and the same 1
Tell him that, day by day, places, and said Judge shaD inform the owner or owners or'' any of them, or the 'lierebyjreportlfd.Puwcd, t '
Life looks to me mot 'dim-' Governor thereof! agent "or agents of any .of such owners, ;( [ XLIV.] .!1'.UM entitled an are ,l'' eb. Otb,1835. ., "; I. 'j \

I falter when I pray, Sec. 2. Be further enacted That if shall give notice in writing to the tax-col act, to prescribe,the mode Quinsy milldams Approved ll.lelt.14thlB3.5., u-, it. .,
,Although.1 pray: for him. any the County Court;Justice lector of the fact that said lands have not near the town of t/> the =--- ,
A of the lace of this Territory, shall on indictment been surveyed;or if surveyed,that the said County ,of Gadsden. CHArr,8C8.No.xLvl.[ ].Anact alka jI: r j

,And bid him,when I die ,' be ,convicted of any offence survey has not been accepted or receivedas Sec. 1. Bo it enacted by the 'Governor time:o! holding tha County, 'f:0W"lI' in \,

Come,to,our fav'rite: treeI against the penal laws of this Territory hi sausfactory by the'owners or claimantsof and Legislative Council of the Territory of Franklin County., , < I

shall not,hear.,him sigh- addition to the sentence and penalties now said lands; and on such notice, the saidtax Florida, That from and after the postage Bo It enacted by the Governor'and Le", i
Then let him sigh for me t imposed by law,said Judge, or Justice, -collector shall suspend all further proceedings of this act, it shall not bo. lawful for any Islativo Council or thq 'Ttrrrtoy| 'ofj'lorh: (I !
shall be removed from office, on, the .con and make due return thereof to person'or persons to dam any water for thopurpose da, That from and after tho.passage of.thin, '. 1
A'BEAUTIFUL REJ' .JCTION.-It cannot viction aforesaid: Provided, nothing in the treasurer. of erecting any: mill or other act tile limes of holding the qoiinty courts '
be that earth is man's' only abiding' place.It this act shall be construed to release the Sec. 4. Be it further enlctef, That'this water, works within three miles of the Frunklin, County shall he on the second S \,

cannot be that our' life is a' bubble cast removed officer' and his',securities from act shall take effect from: its passage.. .town or Quincy in this Territory ,except Monday April, and on the fourth Mon ,"j :

up by the ocean of eternity;to float a mo- any liability that may have \been previously Passed,Feb. 9th; 1835. under the following restrictions, and regulatioas day in November, in each and every:year; .-

ment upon its waves, and sink into noth- incurred. Approved, Feb. 14th, 1835. to wit: previous to the erecting and I that all laws passed !Iereoro", xing \
ingness. Else why is it, that the high and Passed, Feb 5th, 1835. any such dam'or pond, j it shall be the dutyof the time holding; tile said l court, ,be,and :,

glorious aspirations, which, leap like angels Approved Feb. 14th, 1835. CHAP. 8C5. [No. zttlr.] -Jin act to provide the persons intending to construct the ,they are hereby repealed; I

from the temple of our heart are' forever for the establishment and organization of same, to apply to the superior| county court Passed, Jan. 2t.Ith. 1835. j ;
wandering about unsatisfied ? Why is it CHAP. 8C3. [No. ILL] .'In act to provide the Spring Grove Guardt. i for a writ to bo directied to the sheriff of Approved, Jan. 29th, 1835.'r' I

that the rainbow and the'cloud como over for the compensation of the Members and Sec. J. Be it enacted by the Governorand the county, commanding him to vuinmon ,, :.,.. j, '1
.a with a beauty which is not of earth;and Officers of the. Council, and for other Legislative Council of the Territory twelve lawful'' jurors of Maid county, who CHAP. Ark). [No. xtvn.)' An act to eheng\! "

then pass off'and leave us to rouse upon purposes. of Florida, That the uniform company of ., shall sworn before some.judge or justice 'the northern boundary 1llne of .AlathuA ,
their faded loveliness ?, Why is it that the Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governorand mounted riflemen the county of Alach- of the peace, and charged with the duty of county. "*,* !
stars which 'hold their festival around the Legislative Council ofthe Territory of ua,and-known as the Spring Grove Guards! |,,inquiring if the Mid dam or pond when so Bo it enacted by the Governor and Le. i

midnight throne,' are set above the grasp Florida, That the Governor cause to be shall be, and the same ia hereby constituted constructed will prove detrimental to the ciflntive Council of ihf Territory ofJ10rl. 1

$f our limited faculties: forever mocking audited and settled, the pay and mileage of an independent company, to be called health of said town da, That from and after the passage of this \
us,with their unapproachable glory.' And the members for their attendance at the the Spring Grove Guard Sec. 2. Be it further enacted; That the act, the line dividing the counties' of Alachua :

finally,why is it that bright forms of human Council from Monday the 5th day of Jan Sec 2. Best further enacted, That the following shall be the manner of summon- and Columbia, shall comwcnceiatthe ,. "
' beauty are presented to our view and uary one thousand eight hundred and thir officers of said company shall consist of Ing a jury for the trial or examination of mouth of the Ssntoff, river, and run ,

then taken from us;, !leaving the thousand I ty-fire, to the 16th of February of the same one captain,one first lieutenant,one second such cause or causes, to wit: the sheriffand unsaid river, to the,fouth''nf, Sampson '
streams of our affections to flow back in year, both days inclusive, agreeably to the lieutenant two third h'eutenants, five sear- clerk of the county court shall select river, and up Sampson river to iu hcad,,
Alpine torrents our hears? We are allowance authorised by the Act of Con gents: ,and four corporals; and that the from the tax l lot of the county all the names ani< thence, dueeai' to intersect the western '
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horn for a Jiigfeer destiny than that of earth.Thera gress. number of privates may be increased to oldie duly'qualified juror residing within hournlary line of Duvul county., ",*'iCHAP.
is a.realm where the rainbow never Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That he the number of ono hundred men, by the the skuated'antl* district in which the uM Passed, Feb. thh,181&Approved. : ,

fades where the stars'will be spread out cause to be paid ,to J os. B. Lancaster, Secretary voluntary enrolment of any qualified\ persons town ia having put the tame | b.lOtb, 1835.. i
Before us like island that slumber o"n the of the Council; for his, services as residing in the county of Alachua.Sec. on slips of paper into a box or bat, shall I
ocean, and where the beautiful beings that such the sum-of five hundred dollars To .a Be' it further enacted,'That the proceed to draw therefrom, twelves names, 870. (fNo. xr.im.J ad to authorise

here before us like shadows will stay J. G. Gunn, Enrolling and Engrossing i officers already elected and chosen by the |I who shall be summoned by the sheriff the Alabama,Florida,and Georgia .
in our pass forever. \ 'Clerk, three hundred and fifty'dollars. 'ToJ. I said company shall remain and continueIn within ten day and shall con.tituta the Rail Road Company to'' continue their ,
presence. 8. Sanchez, Enrolling and Engrossing the respective command and grades to jury, contemplated by this act. Road from the line between the State'ef

"I am old enough snys Smollet, In aleUT Clerk, three hundred dollars.) To Robert which they have been elected, to wit; bee. a Be it further enacted, That if the Atabajnaani Territory of Florida, laths

to his friend Garrick, "to have seen Copeland,Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk l Steven V. Walker, as captain, Edward : aid jury, when so summoned, sworn and waters of'Pensacola flay.fiec. .
sad observed that we are all playthings of j three hundred dollars. For copying laws I I Bird as first )lieutenant; W. Carter Allen, charged ,as aforesaid, hall say by their 1. Be it enacted T>y the Governor
I verdict that the erection of such null-dam, and 1i.Jathe Council pf the Territory
fortune, and that it depends some- for printer, three hundred dollars. To as second lieutenant,and Thomas D, Cold- ,
wing as insignificant ana precarious upon as thetossing Jas. Bryan,Jr. Sergeantet.rmJoaebunand jng, as third Ijeutenaot, who shall be forth pound, or other water work,when so constructed of Florila, "That the s>v ra|" seetoi* and. t .
of Bred tre dollars. To Moses with commissioned by the Governor of will prove to be ,a nuisance, or provisions Tart act jiauedby the Legtela-a
a baJf.peDDyvhe er a man seventyh
up .. law and that detrimental die health oldie town, thenit turq of' Alabama .111I..lon. comm n -
rises to affluence and honors, continues Ellis, Door.Keeper, one hundred and sev this Territory, according to ,
to his dying day struggling with. the difficulties entyrfive; dollars.. To William..\Vilaon.l the laid company shall, on some day, to shall not be'. lawful 1P.e11t* to, erect or corwtruct Ing, n.the third )Monday November hundred ;rink.t Jn13.
the 'lU I the itqr thousand eight
'. and contingencies be appointed by the captain thereof pro* same. one
and disgraces. of life. l for printing,stationary, '- ':
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j'' J thirty fo'entitled, An'.net'tojnrornorato! t ttho' Territory established, where and Superior l organised.'Con.,uricr.V ( ,'' ". -.
: the Alabama '1'Jorul- !
BtilwiilKTfl to all --- -- That poor wandering scion of tho houseof
Unit flood Company, be, and Sec. G. Bo it further enacted, fThnt AMERICAN INDEMNITYBILL.
and Georgia or TilE Bourbon, the Duchess of Angouleme, JUNE ,
Inth3t contrveno
tho samo flro horeti 'assented to, and declared 'laws and parts of .-Our news collector (says the New lately arrived at Vienni from Prague.

r to bo in full force, So as to, ntithorao provisions of this actbc" nnd 1 the same arc York Advertiser, April&th,) came up at Also tho pseudo husbandfof( tho. Duchessof TIE COUNTY: Copffc, which han. been in

N aid company: to continue said nail, WcAdamiscd hereby repealed. 1835.C 2 o'clock, this morning from the packet Bern, Count LuchcssUTDESTRUCTIVE session for ten or trtlve' days, lIon. JudgeD
.other artificial road,from the Passed, Feb. 9th. Smith which left
;o ship Napoleon( Copt. ,
.It lino between tho Stato of Alabama and tho Al'IJI'o'ed; Fcb/i4tb.. ,, 1835.Ciur. : Liverpool on Sunday,the 26th ultnnd has FIRE, OCCASIONED ur -ggett presiding In, adjourned on Tuesday to(
t, the first Monday
I Territory of Florida,lo tho waters of I ensncola furnished us with London papers to tho SPIRIT GAS.-Tho most destructivo con- August.
Bay, In tho said Territory; and the 873. [No. LI.l) Jin act to alter iht 2Gth inclusive. W Q. have timo'only for'' a flagration that has occurred in Boston, This Court haslerfcfettVc: .original jurisdiction .

;'?' rights and provilegcs ,therein granted, arc time and manner 9f holding and the Cott.rtfJCourts other hasty summary. since tho great!Kilby street, fire of 1826, in all Probatd bubfneand? settlementsof

hereby secured to tho said company within in Monroe County for Tho American Indemnity Bill, finally broke out in thb afternoon of the 18th of estates, and in ivileases, ,for demand of
tho limits of tho said Territory, of londa. purposes. passed tbd French Chamber on 'the 18th, May. It corn enced at 4 o'clock, in from fifty to one h ndrc dollars: 'It hasalSo.
Sec.,2., Ho it further enacted,), That an See. 1.* Bo it enacted by tho Governor by,n majority: of 152. 'It includes principle Smith & St tson's carpenter's shop,
concurrent jurisdiJtign with
act entitled( An act to incorporate tbo Florida nnd Legislative Cdbncil of tho Territory of anti interest on the, debt;. Wo have not Blackstone street, and was occasioned by the Superior
Alabama and Georgia" Rail Road Florida, That the timea:of holding ,county tho particular details, but the English papers tho upsetting of Spirit Gas lamp, used to Cousin sums of from one l hundred to one-
: passed the 14th Feb., 1834, and courts in Monroo County, shall bu/on the state .that them is n condition attached heat a glue-pot. Tho spirit that,flowed thousand dollars delusive. When usocia

'COmparr'15th Fcb.l834. bo,and the samo scc Monday id May and November,in to ,tho bill,. requiring the American from the lamp aught 'fire, ands spread ted with the Magistrates of, the County, it,

'b hereby repealed.,, ', each nnd every year, ,after the passage' of Executive to apologize for tho threatening flames over the i oor, which rapidly enveloped has the direction atad control bf its fiscal con-

,, Passed, Feb.:3th, l&tf.Approved this nc to' language;used towardSFrnncc: the shoj 'that'the workmen had cerns. t, .1'

Fsb.. 9th, 183j. Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That no<< [Front the Liverpool Journal, April 23j] I scarcely time to inicatcd cape. Tho fire commu- No
measures we e adopted to rebuild,
-- property except wearing apparel! and ,,lied protracted French to a :r's'shop', and the Wind a
make Tho debate in 'the cOOl;
871. No. ILILI] An,act to County jail. In tin early of
CUAP. ( progress
clotlivs,snail exempt from execution ornttichment Chamber of tho American blowing fresh, 'it oon gamed such ascendancy settlinga
Deputies on '
permanent the County Site of Madison for they [payment of the debts Indemnity.Bill ,was brought, to a closo.on as to dest jy )35 or brIck' and I young and thrivi g' Territory the ,mean'sshould ,

,Countyand for other purposes. of uny'person in this. counjy,, and that all Saturday when, ns we nnticpated monthsago wooden,! building on Blackstone, Pond I always be t hand to execute good'
Bo-it enacted by'die Governor and) Le- l laws passed here fore' in)!this Territory, the French; ,made 'virtue of necessity Cross, and Salem streets. It destroyed all and, wholesome|s. Since the .jail was

KWUtiaiCaiineU of the Territory, of FloriSa exempting properly front execution andstied1eptltxrabdtbecarne and)the bill .,vas carriedby a majority I the buildings on t e',west side of' Salem st, i burnt, several coseehave occurred where individual
,:That the awed 15th Fek'l&'Jl I ,JO } ; nro'' ..hereby, voteiJHierp 280 for, and from Cross toll ltstQtie, and all on the
provide foe t i<<;(6npolptinenrrjrj; lo cud repealed, and;rnad$ null IIId, void'in Monroe ,, of-IffiJ'137'against; "if": rudy.IfMug amend'rnenC''J\ro' riortli ofBlackstono'to the Mecfmnid'a Inn, '* were! M, rd1..to ,be committed.laprison" ,
to tho rate of Pilotage ,at Key Cqunty.Sec ;j and as We had! none they have beenguarded *
regulate' north of from Salem to
all the Pond )
.. / posed by tho, {opposition) (except one) on ,
'Is repealed
v be and tho smile hereby and watched
West, of 3.'B&it further' enacted, That the was rejected. .//\fter'the bill 'was passed tho Massachusetts! Hotel: and on the southto wherever it was though
and that hereafter tho! appointment of; Pilotage in \ Pi-j jurisdiction of tho Territory of Florida, in the opposition proposed! ,''first, that no Cross street. expedient. Justice must of course be delayed .

lots, and regulation bo tho '!county Court, ; Monroe County, shall extend to, all ships, interest should be paid, and next, that the ,At the commencement of tho fire the and. additional expense incurred to the
roe County,shall by ands vessels, and boats,of any description whatsoever interest should commence only from the wind blew fresh from the north and west, parties.

s t 'when assembled fof nnd county duties purposes of-Pilotf,, and found on board, of any,such ship, day on which Clio bill passed. The Chamber and the flames spread ,with frightful rapi-

tho qualifications of shall bo the same as vessel, or boatlying or. being on or within of Deputies negatived theso propositions dity. Within fifteen\ minutes after it brokeout CHOLERA.-It has been reported that the;
: rates Pjlotage,
established before the passage! 'of the island, reef) bq B'anchorage' and harhdrs, ; consequentlytho, whole sum of.25 nearly as many buildings were on fire. Cholera is prevalent in New Orleans,but therumor"
was on the sea.cojtft of,paid county from tho millions! of francs will.bo; paid, togcth'erwith Had not the wind subsided, and its direc-
but, tho court contradicted
boforo recited nets, county a in the of that
prescribe other N. Eastern Bfcndnry' of the, same to the full interest from'the date of tho trea-" tion changed, bcfoso the_conflagration was papers
shall .havo full nmt power mako to alterations 'inregard Westernmost of the Florida Islands, andto ty. The arrears interest will amount to at its height, tho fire would have crossed city. That there has been a fatalmalady, of

.qualifications. and any as tbeymay' the boundary line of said county on the nearly 5,000,000 of francs. : Salem street, and sweeping over Hanover, some kind among the Steam Boat passengers,
to Pilots Pilotage, N. E. ,of Charlotte Harbor to Flori- wauld l have rushed on' to tho harbor destroying the is is
deem 'nnd"requisite, and, to tino or Capo CAPTURE or A SPANISH SLAVER.=A '' up ,river, beyond a doiibt. It. highly
proper da ; and it shall and maybe lawful for any in, its progress' an incalculable censurable in Board(tof Health
dismiss any Pilot for improper conduct, Spanish Brig of 300 tons, named Formidable a" ,a largo
Justice of issue in ruins
Judge, or tho Peace to amount ; leaving one
but no Pilot shall bo appointed,or,.dismissed any ,which had acquired no small notoriety ofpropertyand city, to hold out to the world, that there i ia
'Writ or, against of the busiest most populous districtsof
process person or persons
when the of tho Colmty the British cr lizcrs on the coast of "
except Judgo among< no danger while numbers are' falling
board of vessels ,,boats it Salem all large
on any : "or as own fe the boldness tho.city. Had passed street '
Court and thrco Justices bo, present, and Africa, by her >ecd and '
aforesaid, and to direct the same to any the energies and skill of the Fire Department victims ,to contagionand on ,the ,other!
in such appointment) dismissal, and dexterity of her :aptain, vas capturedon '
concur, ,
marshal, sheriff; constable whose duty would have been wasted many attempt ho.nd" the circulation of ,
or mouth of exaggerated statements
and tlio.,Judge shall havo, power to}call the 17th of Deco bcr; off tho .
it shall bo to servo the same, and( ,the ser rivejcsty's hilDritanic'l\la. to stay its progress. which are calculated to create serious
three Justice of tho,county together,to act tho old Calabar by ,
vices of any writ ,or.: 'process as aforesaid, Tho action Several accidents occurred nt'tho' fire; alarm often induces
) any application l forn{ branch, or upon brigantine1' the worst complaints,
made by nny officer in said county,shall but none of so serious a nature as might
complaint, ma11o': against a Pilot, ,and the and was commenced. ,nrd. after a and should be made an indict'ble offence,
valid -
bo law.
legal, l'iq.J have been anticipated, from daring exposure -
Pilots .!hI commission shall retain their chose of some hou maintained,
now to '
heavy penalties.
Passed Feb. ,,7tb 1835. of life and limbs the Firemen.
i branches until :tho next session, of tho /. for some time will great spirit; on both by hind
Feb. 14th 1835., The Engines''were on all "on hand," The,season is at in which epidemics
Approved '
rF county Court,, when upon.application. to sides.] At length (ho' brigantino ran tho
the court( ,now\ branches; shall i issue to all slaver on board, and, the latter almost, immediately -, and tho fireman worked with unflagging usually prevail. No disease is more'danger.
. r such as the court may think proper' .to grant CHAP. 674. [No."Ltt.] An acS Ito' establish surrendered. Tho captain of exertions. They received efficient aid ous, and none of more sudden termination

{ branches, to; and each Pilot;,;shall\ before the' Counly Site oj ,Mosquito County.Be the Formidable, 'an officer of the Spanish from the Engine, Companies' of Cam; than the Cholera. 'Its unforeseen lurking! in

lie receives his, branch pay five dollars f Ibrthin it enacted'bytho Governor and Legislative navy, behaved with'great gallantry, fight bridge'who, Charicstown to,their Chelsea assistance, and Rox-with the system, and its bursting into action in a
use ofttho county,and lono, dollar to the Council of the/ Territory of Florida lug and encouraging men until disabled bury, carne moment continued distress and
by ,
shall each Pilot That of this ''three musket woundS. The captor I great promptness. ,
* clerk, who also,furnish op from and after tho passage by ; ,
the sufferers Mr. make it dreadful find one's
+ into established slaves and of armed True, late of tho Morning Post, whoso influence of its producing co.uses.The'fact
court in rotation to il'iloti shall Itf, and tho samo is hereby a crew sixty-six men '
,anti Pilotage'; and every Pilot, shall give at,New Smyrna, in'enid county. with muskets, 'and cutlasses.; The I house was several times on fire, but was that it .prevails' in warm! climates' and, the,
saver saved-his furniture "
i 'bond sufficient securities battery of tho was eight Four ultimately however of the leave
th. two or more Passed Jan.;27th, 1835. guns. removed-This is the time ho warmer portions season,seems tq
was eighth
'to be approved by thcourt"in tho sum of of tho.Spaniardswere} killed,Viand eleven no doubt that it' is,occasioned by heated atrnosphero .,
of 'Approved Jan. 29th, 1835. wounded rofthctUriti5h'-8 nounded.-( has suffered from fire.;at his house or,.of-
ono thqutauttjollars'to"; thd, Governor .. ;: ,
;. ... .. ; operating ,upon the internal
I tho/fcrritory,and:his successors' in.office, lORTUOAL.Lon papers of the 14th fice.The system
.for tho faithful; 'performance of his duties CHAP. 875.; (No. LIU.] An act' to author- April have been received. nf Boston. On property destroyed, although covering and producing bile. Cleanliness, regular
'as a Pilot which bond shall bo recovered tse Margaret,L. Anderson to dell certain the 12th;'a depu ion from tho Chamber a largo,apncc, was not of great value, light living, abstaining from exposure to

,in nny'court:' ,of,competent( 'jurisdiction, atthe real.estate* of Peers presente a'petition to the Queen and may be estimated as low ns $50,000, fogs, showers and night air, will go far to
Be it enacted by tho Governor and Legislative her for tli of the State of Which one' half was insured ; but the
: first term after |ho bond shall bo sued urging ) good to avert danger-but even, with these precautions
ifoi, and all Pilots in this county,shall re- Council of tho Territory Florida arrange'another n nrriage as soon as possi- fire was ono of the most distressing that thousands have fallen before fa march
t That 1... Anderson wife of has occurred for very\\many years, owingto ,
now thelr."ranches once a year. Margnront bit Nothing cl ISI; in the papers. '
tho number of indigent families who of death, leaving only a sad memorial lof.the
:.. Passed, Fob. 7th, 1835. > tho lato Wm. P. Anderson, and mother GLAND.
; Approved Feb. 14th,,1835. and natural guardian of his infant children, have lost their 'little nil, and were turned uncertainty of human, life. .
( be, and she is hereby authorised to sell and LONDON, April, .18.-Formation of the houseless into tho streets.-[Boston Tran. The dressings of the,vegetables" which. we

'Gur.jB72. [No. L] .'An*act.to make permanent convey *ny lands I and lots owned by the New Ministry. All now have in profusion,producedisease by
His Majestyarrived at tho.Palocp of St. ROBBERY POST OrVlCE.i-lt is
said Anderson in his life time, in the Ter- Or THE
II the, County;, SUe of Madison James this o'clock ,attended being allowed to decay about our houses,and
day at ono precisely with that
,l and ritory'of Florida, td defray the expenseS feelings'or ileep'regret we announce -
County, fqr filter? purprses.Sca of tbo maintenance and education of his by Sir Herbert Taylor. At two the orfcgt yesterday morning, of we cannot fprbeju. ni again suggesting! the

: : 1. -Do It enacted by the Governor infant children and heirs, which said sales: o'clock, His Majesty held a Council. ,, Wm. G. Jones, editor of the Gazette, for necessity strict attention to this subject, to

i nnd Legislative Council of, the,Territory of shall only bo made after her having enter- At two,' nil the into Ministers,, except purloining letters containing money from ,avert this species complaints ,and,preserveus
-i i ': :, Florldar.Thlltfroln- nnd after the passageof ed into -bond, with good and sufficient security Lord Ellenborough, wero in attendance, the: Post Office of'this city. It appears healthy and '
k 1 ,.- this net, San' Pedro, in the 'County of in tho sum of three thousand dol- td give up their seals of office. & that'Mr. Jones was in the habit of, callingat happy.

-;' ,;M' Madison. where the court house is now lars,, 'in -tho county court of the, county The late Lord Chancellor, (Lyndhurst,)) the .Post Office, very' early every morning ,
(t' : :situated,shall, be the 'permanent' County, within which she ,resides, conditioned for however, took away the seals. for his, papers; and being 'admitted TRAVELLING.-: To one who leaves the home
Beat of said County the faithful application of tho funds aforesaid The following is tho order in which the within tho room where the mail was as- of his childhood in pursuit'of heath or business

I ""Sec.,2. Bo it' further enacted, That it arising from ,said sales to tho objects members entered,the royal closet to kiss sorted, seized his opportunities to secrete it is a luxury'to think that although he
i ;,' ,shall be la\vful-nnd it 'is hereby made thedutyMf above specified. hands ou taking office in the new Administration some of the letters.. Sundry letters having computes his distance by miles, it is'not in

'. the Judge of the Sujwrlor Court Passed Jan. 30th 1835. ,: been missed, suspicion fell on.Mr. Jones; fact a fair method,of estimating the''separa.
for the District of Middle'Florida, to bolc1I' Lord Melbourne, Lord Lansdowne, Mr. and steps were taken by the postmaster for
,; two' t rll1s''of his said court Annually in Bald Approved, F b. 4th, 1831. P. Thompson,Right lion.T. S. Rice,LordJ. his detection. Yesterday ,morning, Mr. tion. Young as we a.rej we c'n.n 'remember' .

I' ; ,' : : county; at,,the court"l houso aforesaid ;',and Russell Mulgrave.) Sir Hobhouse, Jones called for his papers as usual, and a when a trip to Niagara was considered almcrf I

t ";' ,; i' '. at the first terra of holding 'said court to ,. MURDER m THE" STATE PRISON.:-Wolenm Lord! Palmerston, Lord Howick, Lord number of double letters having been pre equal to crossing the Alps, ,'The dull linger*
c .. r appoint a clerk to tho; same who, whenr that one'of the convicts in the State Duncannon, Lord Auckland, Sr. J.Camp viously laid out: so as to ,bo within his ing wagon-the deep muddy roads-the miserable

,J': appointed] shall be authorisod and required Prison, at Wotherefi,)ld,,was'killed ,by another bell, Mr. C. Grant,,and Lord Holland. reach, ho was perceived to conceal several accommodations at, night the inso-
"I L J;, x t :to give bond and, to' discharge the duties convict who occupied the some cell, The f following,we are able to givo offi within his bosom, and was permitted to' lence ofi intoxicated drivers and other
; ,'"f of"his,office, and receive l like fees, lost Friday morning. Both of them were dally as the new Cabinet:, depart, but was arrested at the doors. On many ,
\ other clerks of similar within 1st Lord of the! Treasury Lord Mel! grievances, wOuld.in.these days \>Q presented
: : ;* ns courts the ov sixty years of age, and were not required being examined before Judge Glenn, he
Territory to work. They were, accustomedto bourne. confessed having taken money from lettersat by grand jury'as, nuisances. But the; ad.

: Sec. 3., Bo. it further enacted, Thatso bo noisy and turbulent during tho night, President, of the Council-Lord .Lans sundry times to the ',amount of more vantages of travelling are much improved.-

.. soon'as'said court is_organized, it shall be and had been removed from the cells oc downe. than two thousand dollars. Ho has been Almost every mail brings us news of some

,'I": : the Superior cppiedby.tho main body of the prisoners ..1st Lord of i trnira1ty-L Auckland. fully committed.fyi trial.! _, _, useful: .contemplated project'for internal 4l-
: CourtotJetferson'Couhty,to hand over. 4nd confined in twp separate cells built for CtmnceihirrDtroby-pf' Lancaster, '=Lord. We do not knovtlen any event created munication. Some_of our readers well recollect
i to ho clerk: of the Superior Court of Mad\ prisoners of thh description in another part Holland. ; : a, greater sensation in this city. Tho of
ison County, all tho, quits and .papers: on of the building About n week since, one Wcods, Fortsts.and. Privy Seal-Lord '. situation and standing of Mr. Jones were I with how much ridicule' the ,rlotD'propelJing
J' file with him, which originated 'from tho of these cells was:wanted for another con Duncannon. such'as to preclude all suspicion that ho. a vessel by steam, was met >a

,f County of Madison,mid hereafter all writs vict, who had ,become deranged, and the Homo Secretary Lord J. RusselL could descend to the, commission of, a dis- this country., Now, the smoke of a SteamBoat ,

t subpoenas, and processes of every: kind, as two.wero placed together in one cell. After Foreign:{ Secretary-Lord Palmerston. honorable act, much less to tEe meannessof is.ail 'little a matter ofcu.iOlity; and !jf
r I.-' well those executed as those which are not, remaining together several 'days,' the Colonial Secretary-Charles Grant, theft-but understand. .that his apo- simplified machinery vii little an''object of
I shall bo returnable to said Superior Court above mentioned affair took place.: The India Board-Sir J.Hobhouse. logy is that bo was unfortunate, in lottery wonder tal
Madison County ; and all the recogni- name of the person killed was Squires, Secretary at War Lord Howick. speculations. It is said that when arrested as an oven or a fire place. I
\ soirees of said county: taken for appearan who eve believe, was sentenced in Litch- Board of Trade=Powlett Thomson. I{: ( ,ho had a largo number of tickets on And to complete one might suppose, tote

I : t' ces at Jefferson Superior Court, shall be field County, for a period ,of seven years. Chancellor of the Exchequer -Spring ,. mod, in the lottery which was drawn'yes. great! struggle inventive genius, the rage en

I x _lioldenjn force,for an .appearance ,at*the The name of the other was South wick, Rice. ': : ,- is now for balloons. We hear of con tempi*'
Superior Court of Madison and the same I. who was sentenced for life, for an attempt NOT or THE: CABINET.-The Seals are' It sys'painful to us record. the downfallof ted parties pleasure in the JoudW-of; be***
'steps shall bq taken, and proceedings had! to poison a Well among the Shakers, at to. be put in Commission. any one, but more particularly of a man ty floating in grandeur miles from the earth IOt
before said Superior; Court of :Madison;as Eufield., The murder had evidently been Sir J. Campbell and Mr.Rolfe\ Attorneyand for whom we hart) a respect, and whose of ctf,
i might before tho passage of this act, have committed but a short time before the hour Solicitor-General In England. previous life had,been clear of stain. But, at midnight' in a splendid Offiut
been had, before the Superior Court of Jef for breakfast, as the body of Squires was And Mr. Perrin and Mr. O'Loghlin, in I disagreeable as it is to record a transaction while on a descent .,to the summit of a mountain dtt

ferson.t8ec.. still warm when the cell was first opened.' Ireland. which must consign Mr. Jones to disgrace 'in Virginia:-and many such strange affairs '. ,

i" 4. De it further enacted, That the ills wounds were on the head, and had Post Office-Lord Mints and infamy, our, duty demands the expo '
I time of commencement of said court, shall been inflicted with the night-bucket. Lord Advocate of Scotland-Mr. J. sition.(Baltimore Chronicle. ,A few weeks singe a Mr. Clayton, of(hr I tieItu
' be on the Thursdays after the 'first Mondays Southwick claims to have committed the Murry. in Balloon
einnati Ohio to ascend a
in June aDdD cemher. deed in self-defence but we understandno Sofehor-General of Scotland-Mr.Cun. TUNING JEwII A'.s.-A man advertises attempted frog i

Sec 5vJ: } it further euacted, That the marks of injury were discovered on his ningham. in a Connecticut paper his intention, of ,but by an accident was prevented
said Superior: Couj. when sitting at San own person. Tina after, we trust, will be Sir Henry Paraell, PostmasterGeneraland forming a class pfd pupils for instruction in fulfilling his intention'of carrying a mail bag f+ the let

Pedro; and I orgarusod as directed by this sufficient to insure the immediate adoption Treasurer of the Navy. the art of playing' the violin, and addsto and other articles to&'e'Atlantic coatUI Met

act, shall havo, the same jurisdiction, except of the measure recommended by the Directors A: man in Ireland lately cut his ,wife'sthreat bis advertisement the important ..infor it improbable that this may at songs fit\ be
iq murder or other capital offences, for the erection of additional cells. for not having his breakfast ready I motion, that he will<*tuna on lure time bs modelled and scientifically ** *

,. that 901"is possessed.... "V f in other' counties" of this" 1 (Hartford Curant ,In time for J him, ,, ,. ,:'',s 4 I the most approved Boston plan V*/,.\>'J aged, so that the frill being&of earth sJull bt >Oct b i

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