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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: July 2, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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)
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JACKSONVILLE COURIER: ,. ESOq( IONS. Resold, therefore, by the Governorand ['1'ranelated'from the F 'rich.] it h rm. Mary no heed ,to her \ 'r ir'I' I'\;

TUBtlSHJD 0 1fdiA.WdJt': : PASSED AT,THE LA T.SESSION OF THE Legislative Council ot the 'Territory ,TilE TWO ''MOTnE' S.Saumu was' holding the gave infant with ; sho.
her II
t I 1EOISLAT1V C Florida, That our Delegated Congress be eyes bent
tcuRRi; R i cp.TSRMS COCKCIL. requested to use his exertions is'a most delicious place, with intently upon its features. Ii
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procurethe its little red and white housei seated at The father, half distracted
-:$4 per yearpapalle' half,.yearly Resolution lf.-: solved, ,
in advance=Sing>papers 11 ce }\It1; Governor of this Te Tory be, and' he, is in such a manner as the Governorand by the Loire which run portivcly It would have been difficult t' :
then
to
I Advertisement btllert,- nd contracts :' hereby authorised to i ippropriati, from the Legislative Council shall'' drect other through it, like a blue} scarf on Ue neck ofa which was tho crazy-the mother, 'who say ;, '

I made for yearly advertising on reasonable. Tallahassee fund I ciy monej\' he may shall lands in place of such sixteenth !section as beautiful girl. But alas, this niw Eden, lay trembling ,in my arms, and ,calling, r
1 I terms. /s deem necessary fort edemyiDg\the.ex-: \ prove to be of little or no'value, on like all other cities, has its 'sad attendants aloud for her child, or Mary who 'with I, '
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be: addressed penses of locating tlo" permanent seat'of account.of the sterility,of the si), or any civilization wild ; ,
AI eotriniunicatioieit: alt may other on a prison and n sub perfect, laughter, was presenting;to the child '
: Government of'this :Terrjtary the 'Suwaanee cause ; and also the-seJfCtion and. her
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of .the Coin on a literary society and lunatic hospital shrivelled breasts
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location of's r ;
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river;,and foj y whir expenses quantity of lands Qa1 to onethirtyaixth'ot for lunar i. t"was[ resolved '
CJ" ai5s.f1 puc.I. "" tm.P1n "' =jtl the la have yes a hospital cst.Auiaendtho! I trot to clt1ployfulc but*" ,
.tO fully carrying vbouiay; horlebjF. the left bank.'snd have to tOlOMrlRryrlo NuXto'ta" '
d '
been vfficn ydlf bed and ,
Ea. Jl'I' into efFecuho aforesaid granted.out as nfcrcsfflolyxhe> said I '
: objfccti
p"J'i'oa '
; when
,An1fT & : arrived at the outskirW.ttyeity, ,clamber she .was asleeptakeaway the
t F .01l1D/1. Resolved, That v the Governor be, and British and Spanish ,Gpvitm\ti\ yjts.'and of, by a steep path-you will and arrived at child.. tf (? ,
: he is hereby requested to make a report to the said fractional Tovl ships,and nutbor- : the of hill in Once in her cell; 'laid child.
St. Auguaiine=1oflU Oiay, Esq. P. M. the ising the sale of said lartls( "and all other I top a pebbly the flanks of Mary the at k
isq.P. next Legislative Council, how, and in which are the foot of the bed
small
Cohen M"Neuman.mueS'Elhsr cabins
W Esq.! P.'M.' what manner the money arising from the support with great bars of wood. It s there,while trass,< and disposed the clothes into, tho
Spring.JkOfJe-J: Garrison; Esq. P. M..GEORGIA. ., sale' of the liberal ;donation of land made therein' in such banner, and upon you are occupied ,with admiing with all form of a'cradle-while the real mother
byjCongress to this has been such terms, as the Goyeripr'and Legislative with her ,
Territory' Council shall direct the the powers of your soul, ho beautiful face pressed against tho gratings
? P. M. expended.I ; proceeds country which stretches fhm Tour to of the cell, watched In the twilight of,tbo
Doolittle Esq'- thereof
St. Mary's-A. Passed Feb. 14th '1835 to be invested iri\ some profitablestock
Angers, the and fertie fields tho place, with hog rcd and 4
green ,
streaming
Savannah-9, hilbrick Esq. and the interest tube eyes,
i Approved Feb 14th 1835. set apart as a motion !
and every ot the lunatic.
rapid
viiich
Jtfaeon Edmund Russejl.). .' fund for the of :iommon schools majestic current crosses M care '
support
and bathes the brilliant landwape,sudden fully disposed the child in its ,now bed
i Resolution' & .-Whereas the depth of in this Tetritory, to be hmually apportioned ly the, cries of rage, and the laughter of hushed it,' and sung little i

THE" WAKENING.' water,on the bar of the Bay of,Apalachictla amongst the rates the,several Counties ,accord- stolidity will burst forth, froir behind you, with a wild and fitful voice;nursery:; and then songs fell, .
white '
to of
ing Saidcounties'resJectively.
BY, MRS.jgHEMAHS; is insufficient for the entrance of ves ;jopulationln :, and call you to contemplate the spectacle asleep beside the In1 nt. .

How many'thoaeandeare' ; awakening now J!, sels bfth'e larger class: And ,whereas the Resolved further? ; Tha'a. certified which you'l.ave come tc seek 'Then you Tho nurse immediately entered} the cell i, ,I

Sometotthe'songs of the foree'bough; gr 't.Rnd.increasing\!;; \ rce' dependent of the foregoing Prenrnbli, and Resolutions copy :. will renounce with pain, beciuso it cannot on tiptoe, snatched up the child, and re-
the and its stored it ;
Apalachicola its
river bo
upon enjoyed besides such an accumulation to motlier'd arms who I
To the rustling leaves" ,,at, the'.lattice.i ) fane. ," tributaries,requires an outlet suited to the besigned by the Presidenand Chief Clerk misery Look at that young man who ed with joy and flew'away with, her scream- l

To thechiming,fall, of the.latter.rain.. extent of that commerce, which might of this House lion., and be tansmittod( forthwith is walking almost naked-thi young man cious burthen. Tho cry .of ,the mother pre I!,
the
to 1fIWhite.>
easily be'; obtained ,by a canal, connectingthe Joseph whose limbs are.blackened b* to awakened Mury\ -sho 4blt .beside her in j
And. some', 'far,out on the,"deep'mid-sea, ,Passed Jan. 27th,185.rApproved : exposure vain J
: waters of.Lake Wimico, With the Bay the sun, and whose feet are din by rough for tho child-she ran to the grating tJ
To]the,. dasH. of:.the sin: \.th ir, foaming8lee of St. Joseph's: And whereas, the said Jan. 2)th',1835.. pebbles in his pathway lie: has taken andshook it with powerful l unn,-.. ho i, i
canal l would form a part of that continu orders he saw tho child
holy was surprimd by love- convoyed,from her, she uttered -
Resolution
As they break into Bprayon the tall ship' side; oils route of inland navigation, which must House of 4tt. -To th Senate United'and he went crazy-now ho Is slipped of his n wild, discordant cry, and foil' upon *
f the
That holds throVthe:tumult,her'path of pride. ultimately(' connect our Territory 'with the States:,, Representative(MThe' orders and his love-poor viuim. the floor-ihe, was tktJdtwice was too "
cityjof New Orleans, affording a safe and much.
As
Governor and* Leriaative" Council (was wandering onj' day in the
Andsome-oh !well niaytheirhearts rejoice,' easy transportation to the products,'of ourSOJq
? : of theTerritory of'Florid. beg leave're- midst of all this wreck of lumohity, behind JDRE'ADFUL EARTHQUAKE..,

To the gentle sound of a mother's voice ; fii it therefore resolved by the I Governorand epectively, to represent to (gross, That, me was walking a yomg lady, accompanied By'tho ship Coral Copt. Whittcn'
shall ''they'yearn for that'kindly tone, by her husband : the arrived -'
.Long company entitled the EDFJJ Florida RailChartered leading by
Legislative Council of the Territoryof at New Bedford in 65
from the board and the h'earth'tis : Road has been hand a pretty little girl, their: child. She days jlollfof
When .gone Florida That in Company by Talcahuana learn
our Delegate Congress we the melancholy fact
without
them at its, session 11 < for its i carne, doubt like myself to seek
I be' urged to procure from that body a grantin present ving the entire destruction of the cities '
And in to the bugle's breath for of
some the'camp, ; I object the establishment of expiditiousbetween strongimd new.emotiom. VVe became
fee simple to, the :''company incorporatedfor Conception and Talcahuona (
by
And the of the steed on the !echoing strangely jaded with the tiring excitement an earth
and the
tramp I efficient communieatio ,
the said canal of nine feet of quake oti the 20th .
cutting of February. 'A' S b
: a city. 1 arrived at the 'same'momentwith gen-
heath' Atlantic Ocean and the G I lof Mexico t ;
the:puhlio land On 'each side of to contemplated ,this tlenmiivho' Vas an eye witness 'of this t L
sudden of the hostile and from the evidence coi 1 misted to'them lady, opposite a[girl who had
And the roar gun; route ; .likewise a section of been terrible calamity, describe it as follows
led out of her cell) into'tlie court and : I :
Which. tells that"a field ere night must' be won. land at the point of its'commencement on ,they fully believe tie this\ company fastened to the wall by art iron chain., Her, Tho' morning ,of thV! :'20th :was clear 'j i
) Lake Wimico and another at ita;JunctionHUtbeBnytfStJoer is prepared to commence complete the and serene, but it will
on
-...jLmdom. ia Oi.gloomy;aovi h4U, -,--+, >bWWv, .*.t. ,, work with all convenieut.& patpli : Pro large face blue eye had so Otteft sweetness' ,' her orablo day to tlm mUcrabJ provo people ever now me In.n- "

To the 'dull deep,note of the warping bell, I' 'Resolved', That this resolution t Ve signedby vided, that Congress will, (' t its presents auburn pale hair Bo"hmny fell with'cfHffnTaiid'so much lief over Jong habitatJitg the border.hilU iu this vicinity. "

As it heavily calls them.forth:.to die,, ) f the President and Chief clerk of this ssion, make the grant!;{of'lands?' which her naked shoulders, that I looked grace at her The first shock commenced at 20 minutes P ,

While the bright sun mounts in pie.laughing House, and forthwith forward to the De- they It is now therefore solicit. resolved with inexpressible pain.' She appeared to past 11 o'clock, and last with but slight in. ,
termissions
bythe 'Legislative for
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legate from this Territory.Passed have been weeping how minute, causing the
sky. heavy,
Council of the'Territort'of' Florida, horrible lull and valleys (6 rise
and fall like
Feb. llth 1835. then the
that chain which .
appeared
And aOIqe to the peal,of the'hunter'. born,. Approved, Feb. 14th, I t 1835. That! to the obtain Delegate from in the Congres Confess be requested of the- abraded her white delicate skin I I asked waves of of the the first ocean. During tho continuance
shock
And to the sounds from the city borne ; : the lay sister who acted which was much
,some : '' us guide to me,
United the
States the relinquishment on tho moat 1
And tome'to the rolling of torrent floods, Resolution 3rd.-=w'hereas, thcincreas- part of thdfUnited States to t IsEast, Florida what had befallen this girl, that she :was ed severe moment-it, exported to be destroy' a
.
Fax mid t'old'mountains'and solemn, woods* ing labors of the, Judges of the eastern and Rail Road Company, ore section of] treated so rigorously ? she answered me, ble every to keep upright. almost Impossi'
,
Middle Districts of Florida, render it impossible land at each end of the route of their rail lowering her eyes and blushing, "it I is Talcahuana in <
So are: we roused on this chequw'd earth, that said Judges can attend to the road,'and also the relinquislinent on' the Mary\ a poor girl from the city 'Who has the wen completely destroyed
various Counties of said District# to hold loved ) The find building not only shaken too deeply who
Each'unto life hath a daily birth, part of the Congress of the sited States tempted, but'tho ruins of houses, stores &c.'
were
Though"fearful or joyful,'thouglj sad br'sweetBe the Courts,therein, and to dispose justice of three hundred feet.in widtl of the land abandoned her, and after .two years, the completely ,
afterwards I)
swept
: I amongst the good citizens of this Territory child of,her shame died. This last loss away by the,,
first our upspringing throughout the line which mcf be selectedfor sea, which retired about 15
the voices which ? I, minutes after
? and whereas
several of thl Countiesof
( : ;; deprived her of reason-ehe was broughtto
the said rail road : Provided the first shock the ,
compnn leaving shipping entire-
meet. said Districts are now :l of a Superior this institution and ill of
deprived ,
that when the of said nil road shall consequence
anchor
route ly dry at in the harbor-!i came in
Court ) sudden ,
frornjhe
inability said
p'f one,must the sound be ne,the call, utter be surveyed and determine!, the 'same I dangerous excesses of derangement again in about two minutes; to,the heightof
the and
travel labor is
Judges' perform chained.
aware : 'she The good sister I
shall to be land whereverthe 25 feet above the
Which from the dust all tOne prove public ,or usual mark
shall .us I which would, be Imposed upon thereby bowed as if ashamed of referring to sucha over-
route of the said road shall throughthe whelming tho whole I
tfesevered and dooms- the establishment of bass place.. Men, women
Court In
; though distant a Superior in subject 'I stood lost reflection upon children
and
lands and
also
public the riglf privilege fled for tbe
How,shall the sleepers arise from their tombs? each- of-said. :Counties-.( it-is,-therefore, to obtain and, use'anv tirtber stone lor the.x .L mutation f of human. 'n affairs i f as 1 gazed many were overtaken and mountains Iwent ,to,, but the' ,, 1 i .
Resolved, That our Delegate: in Congress ot rei'materials which brsuitable for at tne unfortunate being before me; when pcean by the'receding wave which' '
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A* the slightest touch, )will soil a clean be and he is may suddenly I raw her spring the wholelengdi completed -
i hereby requested to' endeavor their purposes on the public 1 Iihcls.: the entire destruction of thu town l
garment, so the very conversation; of the to obtain, by all means in bus power I It is further resolved,'That the Delegate of her chain seize the child' which depriving hundreds of people of their ,' i
wicked add vicious will in a short time de- the establishment, in .this Territory, of in Congress be requested to obtain from the young lady beki ,by the hand, press it garment*-many who were in good second ,
file :the mind of an innocent, person, i in a anew' Judicial District, to bej called the Congress 'such'other donniitfls of public closely to her breast, and such with the circumstance are now

manner that will give,him great.trouble to Judicial District of Suwanrice,' and to.be land as they may in eon.identlon.of promoting swiftness of an arrow to the stone bench. tute Furniture of all kinds eompletely'destd was .carried e

recover his'former purity. You may,thens composed of the Counties' of Madison, and aiding an ohject'of: so'much The' mother screamed frantically, and away with the house ; not even leaving'svestige
*fore more safely) venture into company with lIamilton', ''Colombia, .Alacbua and Hills- utility, and which promises seat national sprung towards the miserable lunatic,who to inform the owner of tho situation, '
a.mac infected with the plague, than witha borougb.' benefit, be pleased to grant 0 this Com drove her back with shocking brutality. of hill former residence. It Would requirean ,

vicious +tone, for the worst consequencesof Be'it furtber Resolved, That this,resolution '"It fa my babe," cried Mary, "It M In- eye witness to bo trade acquainted with
the first is death)'but the last the hazardof 'be signed by the President'of the Legislative hrs resolved, That the foigoiog' reso- deed-.Gou has restored her to me-oh the complete destruction' of the town by

worse-'destruction. For vicious people Council, and handed to the Gov- lutions, when signed by the (governor,,and how good is God";and 'she leaped with this nwful calamity. '

generally have a'peculiar ambition to draw ernor pf this Territory for his approval, the President or the LegwMve Council ioy, and 'covered the; child with kisses. Conception, a city containing} 'about 25,- f
. in the innocent to their party ; and ;many: and forthwith forwarded. to our Delegatein shall be certified by the CLi f Clerk and The father attempted to seize the child by 000 inhabitant* i i. ono complete heap of i

kof them are furnlsliedwidn artifices and af- Congress. forwarded to the Delegate in ongreear force, but the lay siatrr prevented him, and ruin*-tbe Jiouie* beingchiefly built of,. ,i
luremeow ,but'tooebettial] for ensnarin Bfl it further resolved,That the Governor Passed Feb. 10th, 1835. ,' besought him to let Mary have her own brick. There i* not one solitary building '

l.-r f #tff;; ,{Burgb.FatiNDSHi .. of this' 'erritorytean; Jd be is hereby requested Approved FekUthJ 1835.: way. left'standing within the {2miM of the city, t'
-I.; to ue his influence to effect the u It is not your daughter,"said ho kind and for league around. The shock came

Womibv -When I object of these resolutions: Retotution ftk-Wherei*, ,the pay and ly to Mary ; ".be dot not reneruble. you from a south east direction, and in it* ,
jee withered leaves drop off from'the trees Passed Feb. 12tbl835.Approved mileage of the Members of the Legislative ill the least." M Not my daughter 1-good destroyed l every thing. ,A number of small I

in the beginning of autumn, just such, Feb 14tb, 1835. Council is insufficient to defray their necessary heavens look-look, sister Alartlia,-look town 'have been heard from-C/iillian/ '
thinks I, is the friendship of the world. expenses ; at her mouth, her eyes-it i is the very like- Haifa, Armadeou, Lingua, Knvas, CcUsul
While the sap of maintenance lasts, my Jletolidiori 4t'Vberen*, it i* important Be it therefore resolved,by the Governor neM of her father. She hoi come dowu St. Carlo, Vallaya and Ar l1lewere destroyed. '

friends swarm in abundance; but in the in all'new and growing countries,and and Legislative! Council of the Territory from heaven. How prettybow very! .

winter,of my1 need they leave me naked. especially under a Republican Government Florida, That our Delegate in Congress pretty she is, my dear'sweet dAugbter,* The number of lives lost couM] not be ,
He is'a happy' man that hath a true friend which is based upon the general intelligence be requested to use his exertions' to and she pressed the child to her bosom, dom-ally ancertained.' A new cathedral i

in bis need ; but he is more truly happy and virtue of the community to have the same increased M,five dollar! per and rocked it like a nurse to till hit crie*. building in Coneewion' buried twenty

that hath no,need of his friend.I' .- provide for the education of the 'rising day,and five dollar. for every twenty mile -It was, however, heart rending to seethe workmen in iw ru nJ. There were but i

""' '" "" i BW generation;and whereas, Florida Is almost travelled.. poor mother, who watched with anxiety two Atnericnn ships jn the Jiarbor of Tnlcahiiana -
I' What tir o'nigbt U it T said a country entirely I destitute of the necessary means Resolved unanimously, That a copy of every movement of 'the lunatic, and at the time, beside. the Coral /
uas to a dull spark, of whose company she for that purpose, on account of the foregoing resolution be forwarded wept or smiled a* Mary advanced or retired tbe Milton and. the Nile.' A mall chr. ,
was area.'Why of a considerable portion of the sixteen forthwith to the lion. Joseph H. White. from sister Martha. M Lend your wait driven from tier anchoring and drifted

I ,' said i he, 'I reckon it'i just, about, sections,'which have been'reserved for the Passed Feb. 14tb, Je.1&' daughter to me a moment, Mary, that I over the town. ,"L*'
flow'Theis' purpose'of Js, and of a large portionof 'Approved Feb 14th.183S: may tee her,"salt] the good iter. Lend The New Bedford Gazette describe* the"e
'just about note is just about the the country having been granted out to her to you 1 0 Do indeed-the 3rst time dreadful cataatroplie {10 the following man- '

time! that boys ought to be at home,' replied private individual by the British andSpanish A lady reading from a'I.newspaper the the priests told me also that I abould lend nor ,
Hiss, as she lighted her beau to the door. Governments before its transferto announcement of a ,marriage between aMr. her a little to God, who desired inch angels The ,bock continued, (three or lour
the United States, without any reservation Lion and a Miss Lamb,a friend observed and she was gone six months. I will everyday,) upt the time the Mp left. -
e Loouv>How,Is W'a1c wetoao lneip- of school lands; and whereas also, I "There' one prophecy accomplished not lend her again, no, no, I would rather On the K3J, a large portion of the bland of u

Lent j wag a'few days,since, *How j* it that owing to that great extent and conformation the lion and the Jamb shall lie down kill her and keep her body and she held Caracana, at the mouth of the by,.was,; *
homdr the cbiJ4 as if she would dub iu bead wallowed The 5tli of March, it was*- a
women always have the clearest of our sea coast, there are, and necessarily togttter. up up.;
fceads __ J against the wall. The mother. and stated there that from 25 30 town be r
?, Why.aid; he, 'it according must be, a great many fractional I Palo to *, ->
to the,'5 rule kid down by, 13L, .uJ.-'To Townships ia this ,Terrkorrt .containing 'The Augusta Chroiicle,-one pf the old. inanimate, fell helpless upon tu'.1neear, ,tide many maH villsge betwe D>Conccptiou 'i l

the pure iii things are even: so to the lea than sateen sections, which have, no est paper* j in the State of Georgia i 11 offered and with batter sobs supplicated the.)lunatic and' the Cofdilfern, were sated '

plain'. all, tbdnge, .aro r Jr1- *'i.r ', ichooJ, lands, ;, for salt. to give:Jter ,back her child, and not doe or oSDp1ete ruiD. From four tofiir bun i

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,t.t: !, ,' t'r; Beta were lost just in dint section! of. so im{ rant a particular I we subjoin.... ,the ally' lie proposes, also, in,!the making t.OREIGN NE'VII.f rorya cure,of Ilf cancer.Brio LU De n Certain'' pecific; for the

,. ounlry-but the extent of the fu T rlhg is following Bpecime i. f ',' ,; out of rates f insunncej'to classify masters Frol Louis Phillip' is dreaJfulJy(
,', 1 not yet known-P9b thrice that ,numb Haveyou hentd," says Mrs Wiggins, and mates according to the:number o '[ the N. Y..Eveniog Star] On his birthh) da he unpopular,


; k \' The condition bP the people who for have fallen out ?" "No, I have not, said IJ also mentions that the ownn England, fibn Liverpool, we have papers have tre ted ';him roughly had, tnob would

,1\i: ,r t'': tri erq} inhabited tpaciou nod conveuienlz Mrs 8pri.'tgin ,lay ng her finger beside her era of veer Is engaged Ins bringing emi to tho9tb., I him utofdoortl. they Beep 1 1Ii
t .tweIliogg "Mre hOW flat even D brick is nose in token ohi ene gihnts fron Liverpool to New York, have, 1r
z ; the Mrs. I st no time calling ups at his lion, agreed to exclude ardent Letter Harre, nt5th\ state, that t
is of utmost Spriggins sug"l
,,'' \ ,. I I\ 1 the to mark: Tllepoorpeople'wholived the spot, one ')0, on her nelgl.b. Higgins. you spiritsand ie'thinka'the British; government Mr:Living tom has embarked on board the [F r,the 9ourier,]

,1a h I .in small reed huts have 8ufferclb heard," said'she! that Matthew McMuz will f. 'or such ships. Mr. 8', proposition Constitutio ailed that morning for Having returned from on.
:,' t i country lt'little. 'fh'eir houses withstood the zit aDd his wife: ave fallen out bJ bed'" to'yd'8! has becl adopted br'the' the Un teeJl'-Statcs. So that she may be the St;Johns, I \' admired,for 8

11011 ,, Mtslliggins.'Ve1l .- Association hourlyAexp ctcd. ... dred1h time, t14. sceneryofthis 8
t r' I stoCke! and to thcmJa preserved 8 roof fur "No; I have replied '
,
.' \ hills I'in here returned The Hav e'Journal l stntesthat, the 4mer. tiful river, rlltyin ill, width frol
:'i, ( f shelter. Those who fled to the hs nJtrud M r
oj f erected litdo'shantees! !, on the spots ofJnnd lUr8. Sprillgi :'a, "for I just bad itfr ru Mr.Wiggin. \ MORE lEXICAN OUTRi\tES. i can frigate Constitution had arrived in the five 'tniles', ,' it 'c'ornbm? s nil the A

...., r. f least broken' nod n'cra compelled to be :.n, ud she likewise put her fins 'Ve'cppj" he following atcolJnf florn the roadstead In her return from Cherbourg, the lake, and rr er. At tittles his! (

i.t constantly, nt up vork.( procuring,tho' foot. tJ ev ger bcsi4e, I h hr nooe'hi token that it was not Fr\tlklin' aka Gazette, of the 161h and that C mmodore Elliot and several of of water: is iin ened! bye

,., '' ,'1'f .1' ct fIIRry to satisfy hunger. n batter fo every boot to.knotiv.Mrs. \ inst. IN.,0. Bulletin, 13th inst. the officers ad landed ill the pilot-boat.- thrown out oS by the! grant hand .,

t : "' ''I 'fho scene during the fll'At shock was Uig ills went directly her nClghbot AN Ou AGE UPON AMERICAN CITIZExS The Corls itution continued under soil to'mock the pu y efforts of afar ;

appBllittg. The trembling flf every tiling Figg! and before she had fairly recovered .\\IS>> I NSCLT TO THE,U. STATES. about four J 'ngues ofT, the wind being light it expands ilsel into beautiful

around-the boiling of the sea, 8S when I l nth, began : Have 'you beard, --By the''iviil o(D vessel at:this port n. and uorthe Iy. It vsas. expected 'that l\Ir.\ tended as to.th '! a charmover 8'I

water is heated over, 'p'i fire-the earth that MAtt ew l\Icl\luzzle\ aud his.wife have few days si e"we have c eived, hfor'na7 Livingston nd his lmily f would embark dint banks m ,tlDcdy traced in

? opening'wide, giving forth the most terri- fullfm'ou J the "Mudo",'" "No, is it po,.. lion ofa ser us difficulty b vi, g occurredbetween on the toll wing days. and immediately di t3nce. 'II

y fie moans 'and'l IAlrorlug with internal fires.uiWitig sth10!1"8:1 M r .Figgins. "It'd os true as 5th Mexican troops 'stationed at make sail fo the U; States. .It is hinted iQ .The rich lux ran foliage, ;

fl 'R' Il .'lottetiug in'e f'ry direction: and 1 draw tl, breath of fife," said Mrs. Big.irins Galveston 'j xafl, slid some citizens of the the' l\1essng, that au amendment, in the the water's': edgt is'lioed" is"o 1

i' ". whole I) cke'tflhticlt.dtvellingaroc6"io still inn'tiogVidl exertion, for, Mrs.Epriggin United St at 'Hw, "ch there weiesix men: law on.th mbicct othd American treaty interrupted Y:.! Ra:'tIHr' h,.... .. Inor
A ) their fuutidutlotii! JfI their t l1.tljey' meet !' t01t '.me two minutes ago, hat kiIJcd.I' is to !Il6'prol' 4,iptAe:Cbainber' otreers; The"beautif I cop8 N..wih '.u orui
:y' 'I', other', aDd all; its if locker! ill death: sInk! she find just h d it from Mra'Wiggius. It SfISif.tt: taeitizen' of the UnitedStates by some fricn lofllbe, Government wit""ovlew'to "" CIlY,",peep out upomiyou; nnan' : ,, uin

s ; : :t ,with n tremendous trash, into the :gaping Mrs\ hh1ggin( went fothwith to 8e6 her JloI1 fih Mexican-trOoJls had its relief from the consequcncea'ofthe able spirit of their ,-

i j!' earth, leaving no trace of their; existence neigh bot.Twigins., She hind 'scarcely seas a dispt u ; the. Mexican insulted the American demand for satisfaction; introduced1ty stop: *The usefulOak. 1 ,tb I n
:- '
a t .eave'memory,' and the ,flrrJoko nnd"ftSbcs.which led hersp.lrwh she S11id, "Have you heard a d the? American retllrJle the; insult! General V alazc' u' tbe,, Chamber bf Deputi noliathe Bay.,with its tenHnifJg. l I

: 'crise from the confusiOn 'rherCriuwtJl4 how Matthew] McMuzzle qnd': his wife and fo ,this 'Cqht cause ho .'wai' :,pursed ti some, and the vines?hanging in ii
;i : ,one of thrilling and awful 1mb. have fallen ou!f the,chamber window rNo I by ar.'e. men, cr and mangled ,ino must The report i8,that the Chamber of Peers loons from their branches, present ,

limit!..' I you cJoat: say so 1" exclaimed Mrs.Twiggiua. barbarous tnanne, oDd was! then Impl1onerf. ; will strike out the clause requiring expl ;" ral picture ofbeaut(;tu which the
,irr hen trio first iOlimhtion of the IJronkIn '"yea, it's ns true as the honk nation or.us. ,We should! hope( not; because pencil .must Yield its chaml. 1,
convulsed earth I'ccciv.cd or Genfsil 1\11'8. ; for I L tie, lower house may not concur, end''thep furuishes the
{( lip of ItO! WItS s.11! 'I'wiggins just rhe) mert :nns t that place then asem- a'vatiety' most
,.; p hy the:; lnhnbitnnts of the cities) and ,heard it from rs. iiiggms, ,who got it not bled, ncJ deman 'd the release of their the question will remain, nseJtled. the mind, awake to'the beauties

towns th y, 'ptruct! with horror, mil into two minutes a from .Mrs. Sprigint'Vho countrylllan, whit was J refused, und upon The London Courier} ,coplratulates l\Jr.\ ,,Such a fine sheet! of water ibrc

:P the middle{ of the wide fltl'ectB and knelt iu 'clad it it mint before from 1\11'8. Wiggins such refusal they rocEeded to rescue him O'connell on a late speech iJfhi8, iii which far into the interior I seemri.'to\ ,

a e, fervent prayer to God, to save thelj from 1\Irs.'rwigg\ S' flOW took her turn, and by"force, this gentleman bas so far modified his opin-: given to compensate: for the iva

'( ,, the threatening d( !tr'ction.. Our iHforni- with the ndvna go pfa glib tongue and 8 'Ve should like. kDOWby: what rule of ion as'to' be in favurof introducing.,pod characterizes the level country in

1 afit'whVIUI.vuongtho number stays that pair ofactive, eet, soon reported nil over national\ law, .an, meriCl1n citizen is to be l In'ws into Irehind. I tv'' Without this noble stream ,
he'lla\V families run front,, their efonrR} and town}, that 'M thew llcluzzle\ and his incarcerated, sand perhaps suffer an igno- The emigration of many substantial 0 fat- eons wouldhpve) been,lnrire

+ just' as they left their threstiohls: their wife had both oken their necks by falling I minious punilShm r, for, merely,returning mere had their 'famities' from Holland :ioIho ed with the means of 8wakeni 8r

huildings'mosll)' tJ( bride came tlllJ\hling old of a t.vee't .window. Arid she'' the insult ot anin i\icfunl. United Slates begins to' excite'some calnipoeli d' feelings; tiicb', les)

down after thclII. It 1:1: 1 most:! fintllnl1tc I ror her author' ,j. her neighbor 1\Irs.\ Figs The quarrel lie een the Amerlein I citizen notice in thc'Dutth'peiS: alliance wuh 'the Deity, end,

;,ri ;, thing for the petiple,of the):nantry\ that gins, who had quoted 1\1" Higgins, who and the M'xi' n, was of a private; na- His Majesty''W311iaui'IV\ '" '' held '8 levee bute so much to the happiness totit

ht the ock cnrpo atrnt lJ..tn}'. lJnd it miter 'had referred t l\lns.\ Spriggins, who had I hire, that is to, y, he Nntiou I'Authorities May\ 5th, a't.\Tbich' all thelie'v, mini try tetl'mind.' The indulgence

t f'' place in he middle hour of night, they the authority f l\1r8.' Wiggins, who, was of Mexico bu n thing to do with if, and figured aWRY;:on'th'e, brilliatrtscenewhereio : lOgs eletutes and riobles us and : ; titw

I \without'oVenl compelled to flee! for eufoty ,.K"lidto havo en ,an eye witness to the ,'should have e settled between ''them- loiger ,was t'I' be found the late otters, well nigh, the only happiness all

: $ !' tile ono suit "of clothes filcr. i selves, ndh, inn rference of the c mmnb. W e1liugto ) Pee. ,'&c. here without an ii loy.. r ,

they, now have; making theh''gufhiug der of Ihe gar sp attliatplaee, in his public The Courier." ,, Fr uncaissayB orl\lr.\ I..v-. The' celebrated ,llartraID;, '
much! SOUTU Cot COLLF.GE.-At the
i ft ; greoter. OLiKA' capacity al pia thAt character evinced inuc6 ill.bu'cilour>' beauties thrown }iu such profusion
inflicting ingston"He )
\, It isa matterof ''Iistorv ,thut between; late; meeting f",the noard 01" Trustees,
,
pli injuries onion ,orouccitizens, is all insult when he qUitted) Paris; atid'suid! plainly that here -imbibed that enthiisraim "
the A which took, in Columbia lIb
yeRt.t 152Q and 'J752, {h e auhqunkea : 'e ,on the :
occurred "fircnt instwe are lOt'rmed that to our goner ent, soil uti injury. to our considered, the ,passim! ; or the late; ,'as pears so conspicuous in his tour /(
in Chili. 1 Lint, on the gentlenen! were 'nation, and 6b old ntl, once be relelltee1.! amended, more }iusulling"tIIlUl'the rejection this part of tiro world. ,On ,

? rI! !( 15th nf of-Diarch the 16,37 shut; destroyed: the 18tfa a June great4rI' and elected such to,nn fill or 1 nization the vacant etl Prgfessor5hipa ctetl ., : It was not ng since theta law was pasi of(' the !law itself coull have been, siuce: splendid: dowers ofe.rery hl .f '. ticrn
; part capital j Oil ,Ut protulecs '
i iced by the etJean Conltre makirl had thin been the 'cuse it would have tbe trees and shrubs'wticti; ,'
un tak-,
,J73, drove the sch, ngalIn+t the city of Con.cel'ton speedily rest re the college. to its '
invidious d' rinrtion between AmerIcan ell place against the wish of the gov'eru.ment' beautify the smooth SlIvftullnh",
and overt.rt\v!. he walll mill thaton former ; No President elec.ter
vas -
!! j prospent'
X ,, citizens, con nr ,\their. ports and persons ; whercas: now, Government: and the the uIJtur"l st' melts ,with emotion
the 20h' I that clc
of rio
]851 1el'
: May 'rolllpl tdy having by general, cons
coming fror in Chuilibers insist flows forth like .
a I o her nation, which the :: ou PresideiJt Jocktiou'sretruction water. ,
tro'ccl which inun.datttl been ed to future "
l' thnt'fity, tens" again Kpllt pOf-tro some 'period. "
'
"
Americans ; Here nil it wild and
veal subject \0 additional inconveniences new,
hy.tbe .ell, and J.vcUtJll with the The, f9110w. is a list yf the,hew,pro.f ) c6TI
I that too ill defiance of ltwvill remembered that Avnn 'tf1e giant oak audits
Lord save :
t viz '
all
the
ground! fortressess IIIld vm8gl Iy.int &."Or, : ,t: :i _
the article in\it\ treaty with Mexico, ley made in thesliouse. of Lords lIoma. offeustve majestierelics ruges gE' \\6.
a ;: betvecn.Ilt.W: and 4tnuUI.. TheahocluJ DI' William\ latlet'M. D.late aLec, : S .
{ :4 which plagesJi two nations reciprocal). ,ezprat i9nt otichiig.Mr.0'Cnell. ,.. auuque.pnlacesio .rnotihie! ['
conttnu.J ns intervoleiota. tli"n famontb. tuter on C1 in\i'l8r"'i' 1i dL:!g'uished = "
Not nn individual IIlJlnulI iilb, ullilon'! ColunbWCogega New York rep Iy upon the f'OtiJ1g' or,the most favored Tb latter shortly utter retorted in, ,wan olr thoughts gforiuusl back
,-
bntions: ,i his place in ttre'HO 1se' of Commons!, (call bUlqueC; hall deserted" Who "n- l :
: however wai lost on this Profiasarof .
CheriiiafjaildJilinerology.Dr.
ocrnsioncxrcpttIOme ,
I We trust thai the President will him bloated buffoon this beautiful scenery the, less fop
soon lug : Lord AlvnuIcy
ar'
I : invalids who 'wtrQ: drowned in Con., FJ'hllc.it'L eibcr, 'i L. D. a distinguished ap
ception.; In '1751 Conceptiim was rebuilt German chohr,' but fur several point Cousulsfor' the pois'of MatagordaBrazoria tllrorgh Cob. Damer; Feot challeng e upon it in its natural, t'l'ltamed' !
r t and lialvetitolJ, to look aft r Alper tU'Coi cell. LtI'd Ahaidey slept over: 'fhe times will ere long irk't
on the riorth' side of thl river Diobi,about )cars prat' a resident, of Philadelphia" (thQ
a leftgu 'frorri the ''''Ii.. learned editor of the Encjclopadta.9mcr{.- lean interests,tidtorepreseptetheir wrollgl, tha'otfl'orf for four days, while lilt; U'Cou ture's beauty frost give pines'
i find send D ftv( armed vesSliels the neU still In London; url. The banks nfso beautiful it
.t The .ubjoinerlll'tter from ft grntlcmnnnt cana, nod other works of high! reputation' ) along was ; and then lends!: a
'
1'itlcnbuftnorcceh'ell jut die ,-Professorof lliltory md Political Ecunofit' coast to prate R ourcomrnerce and demon challenge alter(\ him in Dublin, suit because such'a climate, will 'soon be : 61cl
ExchangeNews -
Room, containing' Intercltlng:! : :!,. immediate sal action for the lie outrage he-doclIlI treceiveananswer. ,;; Immediate- new ht>8ulie,.. The mansiOtllf,,
particulurat -
:- Isaac 1V. Stuart, late principal of tbJ upon one of OJ1 ('itizenl!. Iy, and,bt l'l'e there way:: time receive ii, and splendor. enviroued by \ !: C

'<< i "'TALCautiAaA, :March 1, 1 Beaufort College in this: State, Dud highly .1 reports O'Connell at the clubs 'under illjuriolls' lemon, theron xt'd onnige,
'" for his I'I1JNOMENJf.-JJj D gentleman recent Iml1llIIllOllB ; slid endeavors t'o gtt vine '" hli, its h h'fc-iou' } I c1ustrrs'
distinguished l4isicul
I A. On 'the' morning or ,Friday, the 201h 11'1 well ns his atlanirnLlc mud knowledge sUCCClISlul t ly from Irim q William county, Virginia, Brook's cJ\.ab\ or which they, 'were ,both feasting the le and costa, will be Q

_ o'clock Februitry' 1833. shout 20 niiuttteapast: 11 method ofiustruction-Professor( oj GrceartJ k: we have beuiintlrmed: ofo ..remarkableoccurrerace l membenr, t'o'pass a'voto :upon'bier: Th I' the long viwtalarurmed III the! trec!
we'V.ero. ,'.ilSred) by one of ,the vhicb took '
most awful : Latin Languages.Thos. place III the 'Nc: Duke ot Ndrfulk itiadvertantlyaigued Ii requIsition ing their giant aims to heaved in (
". the oldest eRrthqu"keeJ inhabitnn1-oftLis ever experlencerl s. 'I tvisi, 8 highly distinguished' aheco tract ,drnut 4 miles from llImfries) t for his:: purpose' but oHerwardti the thullCler.dolld Periio t' n ed .

,,, by inning was calm ioiJ'.6e'renl\' place. Tho graduate .at West I'uint, punt formerly .0 oil Monday tight, during that ,heavy thud. regretted: itI The general opinion is aguiusAlvanley t the beauty of urlh end water, to'
wU al I
.
( der wich i it.
storm, will be ,recollected of sir Bud
sistant Professor of Mathematics in tbllt : trh LondonCouiier,Eays i benignity skY, to be
prove all e\'er-memorable date t.o the mllnmtserable f ot'\'rJ"Sl'read tie whole heavens, and ed with' that \vhid. be '
instittition-Profes or iif.l1athe7nalic apps 4' Gentle en know that when might ,(
: souls, who fled II) and. UI'Q, now they'meal( '
of
vishedevery tt'feslrilll
rently
.. Inhabiting the barren bill The first 'rhe Itev. Dr,1Vni. Cupersut this: city, swell 'fhe eart" quarter aeres which our (coumry tofightl i:t never proclaim their iutention a' paradise with I its ] ,

,shock last about four nduutns rind U, 11I,1f end uet1live'y:! known Oil vie oftbe viously firth fO'1e"eral tad good, suddenly, (was fi'om pre!irspresent'appetpn in' club,houses, nor resort "to 'the public fruits, arid wurtn hearts: .' J
,; t causing the mountaln and .nlici! to roll most pious and clqquellt preachers in the preal to'prdcllJ lu it iu the sii'cets. Let r-
sunk ,
e) to the depth of The of several f t118
like the Union-Professor [Sacred Literature"nd Lord' Ahu'cley continua his 'foul ulouthcddClicript postage
waves of the sea during thasc -
J -
F about four and crocked
in luau ties io
feet the.united
4 verity ofth, '6011'shock, (which .ras l'o the EddrncesofC/i : the open whole Inc oii dr Irish'me'mbers.. lie will fin ImanyoCtheut States took in
inerahleplace throughout order
.IJ.'I heso geutlenied; together "ith Profee. lag :
great that II person could scarcely keep asifithadbcnnblown : (nor djsiuclined to'slOp bin
c i sot lIenry Notts; Professor Rhetoric atvnyby gunpowder. fir the ul'wlJll'b ho' '834.. '
01 wishes
upright); I looked nrouml for a moment to The tll 'der and tbert way to have It
I Jigbtniug New
meet my filtl', hut am t'pare'il\ to he thante- Dud Bellel Lelter,, will compose tie FflCultyor 'and was believed tliai( be takes pleasure:' York 144,767
awfully, .
s"vefl heavy,
fut, and may consider myself OM Qf the the College, and will enter upon, their an abundant over of hail accompanied, whirl, how tiy The affair' 'is looked ul'oil aslui, intl'gueto } Boston Philadelphia 85.284 ] '
duties tho close the 69,711 '
ot pf
fortujlate summer vacation '
ill
1 pinking any,escape front die 1 n alienate the .whigs and reformers.
!' the ever, was not Injurious to the grin as t Baltirnore
1st in OctoLer. 49,330
falling Inn on Monday '
now prostrutrrruins. Tulca In
'window gi ss. Numerous huve consequence of the sieve pruttedn} gS, New
( persons Orleans
v The new ors arc all married ; 30,729
the I'rofc> '
Juana; or men
110ft 18
Conception, eon (but. l\Ir.l\lorgllll O'Connell of llaniel
visited the spit, are totally' unable to son ;chal- Charleston ,
und have been selected by a full board ;: 24,337 '
pletety only shaken
was not le'vgtd Lord
demolished.fiIt" from a committee. free to the whole Union account for: tip remarkable, phenomenon Alvtlnlty,throwing aspersion Richmond, 6,696
\ of houses, and i Some 8 to have !,Rea produced by upon, his courage.Mr.! Hodges, wa the Savannah
4 stores &c. were at\ef\yards swept away by we trust that the College!! will revh'e the aho PPOSlf't rlbquake, although tlipeople : bearer: of the tIIt'ssage JO Co Lanier Lord 1 Cincinnati 14,032 ] ,

h the sea, which rttlr ,about finecn minute under their auspices. in the neighborhood A'e frlcnd,Dnd the challenge being inns. 13,0J9:,.,
: after the.Jir t Bhoc), leaviu1' die shipping The President when elected, will fill the l slips diately accepted, the .1lbauy, ; 11,684; a
rit'Jlced" rather observed no sensation I'Parties met: nearRe; "
chair of.i'/oral arid.U'enlal Augusta, Geo. > .. ]
harbor :9,689ee<
: tbep.liioK' anchor lu'the entirely Philu80play. \ ;
Turk fired at
during the to such gent 12..paces three shots
dry.feet' lbov9he: It cdtne 19 Jeyel'rirn'ta j } a lies:bt of)2.( ) ....1. [Charleston- .- Mercury &h ult.CArSEs ion ; ,yeL4ttWposuble stoiln ,Justify'such might a conclu-bays without anyxflectotsrhologyrwhettthere : 1, ,fourtl_BoSton"iD point, as itVd16 bY ,optt1atitfi observed:ranks, ,
QvtrwhelmlnJr the retlrell.
I been the fact, as tfroni the continual gla in postage. and is ) "abedd
.15C)0
or
SIUPWIECKl'ropolitionof..l1r
whole'place.:
hlenr women: ; and children ofliglttlluJg and heheavypeaIsof! shun D'hraeli, jutii i"r, and Mr. Morgan 0'U
i' lied 'to' trio iitoutitslos but : Ruclunian, Briti.fla Consul al .Net" more, which is fOtlitb. As it !
r ,i J overtaken and swept to,the ocean ninny were the l rl'-Ilill liritanie l\lajestv'li Consul at der, whit .is emu inalion} of apprehenl5 CounHI, sou of mel, have had a' sere e--: ape: Boston}is greatly shear) of' !
i lIy for their eachaaged' card <<
returning! waves, 'hlch} completed the de- this port, Ilr. uchanau, with the humanity had hock Ilt'rvona. safety, they luil't.t bar speech of O'COI Dtll'dlr.-growing D'lsreeG out or a phis and 13eltiusore, and j is, e { ,
a of earthquake which
wanted
dley the
} eat
'a. I &truclion of the town hundreds which churacterizcR his active bcnevo- Rt commercial
depriving
attributed to the flectsofthe raging Morgan to take tip tbeinsults, offered his
I truce Lisa in siorm.Ge 10 York
01' families of a second of proposed a letter to the Coni"IIlittee
# garment oy [ rgeto\Vu Metropoliti.iO.'Ova (MorgaQ'II),filiher, for whom the young ro- The
r whom) were in good eircumstancev. but of Lloyd'Loudon, a prevcutitagrdast Stance writer cutertaina It .. regular aDd very gradual
arq tow de8tJtut Furniture of all kinds the fatal disasters wbich have, especially .NEXT DE aOATrr.-1n as much preme aversion end disgust. appears lie a sues from year year.in every State, \ ( !

1 was swept with, the hOI\ses.\ not even leave during the last year, befallen EO there baa been co terabit speculation on' conclusion says, I in ion! ,tlwugb! income. much more
i ing ('ventage to confirm the owner or the many vesseL'! lie ttribt.tea these lose 8'to the aub ect. aptj) ucb Anxiety is beinainto "I ball, in others,is not.a little r (rtark; \ .

sitttalion of his former habil&itioD ; Dud it the incomp'tency: of!lie masters nod offceis be tilt in re to the IUCCCIIWft, wedel'm ding your very saris opportunity of hol- stances of retrogreeaioq bgjug,
to
would requini] a an eyye.wtneiS' } to bo con.vioced owing to die low wages brillghlg it our duty! thua early to siare our recent, and I $'endy up that public con rare.,

or th; immense devastation It huI such persons into employ, but chiefly! 'to views=, that grntleQtea'' w bu ere dt'siro.ult' some of his hi pray you oof 'Ve
: I .cau3eL the use ofardent 5Ulrlllf. lie instances die may attempt to avengetbe understand that books of
i,' H 'I beneficial effects experienced ; : Ibo honor of repesentuig( the people: of unextioguishabJe with which Im lion for the cap !alstock orthe !
'GaowINeASToar.-Our.readersare.aU rican among'Amq Florida,may kno'Y befonband.with who shall pursue bieeicistence"unl }ita and St Jo eph'lI Canal }
from tho
whalemei4 particularly, ex-
-0' I' 11.t .unquestionably aware' that stories sonic- cluslonof'ardFntspirits, which plan one not they will bayt to fODtend. Cot.FAila l\Jearra. Maurice aDd John O'ConDell opened at Apalachicola on the
refuse acontinuance
1m.tU
iVAu public
times increase with had both been arrested The whole )fth., stock taken
!\ I astonlshinM! rapidity, Itundretl vessels in that trade bavo lid opted.Mr. MOuld tAt t4tDl. in London and ( was
; and that a mighty P'Yb of the DJ4rvel- Buchanan ugpts the appointment, will people i'equtrc We saha y bound over as ]irnillitated in tbo affair of minues-thn-e-eightl by the

'l' Ions maT,in'a abort time, arise from an exC'eedlnplmall by hIs government, IQ each 13ddsh port, of with pot his, hecatse.be former declarations cannot consistently beard Morgan O'Connell end D'1eraeli.- Columbus. Geo.-pne- by

beginow 'Dut as all may two or more retd and competent mas-' we have his ,,;ord'to this effect in; The sales of Cotton in Liverpool, forth e here, and ,the t1aIariCft hy settlers
y not be acquainted with the precise mode pf tote u a board before' whom all Plasters the retnonatrantes of his friends again t week eating the 8th, were 34,950 teeincluding \ lacbicola-Deury! twice thol. ,
at )
culture; which will J stork offered subscribed for,
; brine them forward and mates of merchanunen must 1)0) exam- the course indicated in Ilia Charleston I let : Was
with, m re't1aq! thin rapidity of cucumbers fined, and from whom they rouit'proctlnt acerdficeie ter. In a word his friends think be baa- 13.070 ba1e. UplAnd, at 10 to J3d. team that 10 Boon as the necessary
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in .jhot-hou, we hope they will feel 0.dipt OJ8. lie also advi e5 a ao right decline "itbouJ tbeir J3.030, do 'Orleans 10 tq eOll8f'nt
i then elVM highly obliged to us forendeavoriag bounty from Insurance companies on,'yes- and is has lidded to their opiniou., ,:;rAil -2710 do 'Alabama 10 to 121.2d engineer,'the worJtc] will be put
'to enlighten tbem In this ct-tbe tom'trice! of which
matter the ,
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FISH S oaT.-&A gentleman sent hw RAIL ROAD NOTICE. JACKSONVILLEAND ,
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the .The Courier.TIIURSDAY black servant to purchase a fresh fish: lie R. TALLAHASSEE "
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went to a stall and taking up 'a fish began

!Ular.I1fine. ;, JULY 2.IrouxsDaNcz.The to smell it. The 6shmonger observing him '

"" in and the
j learing, bystanders might catch the
ould : approaching Anni- scent; exclaimed, 'Hallo I .you black rascal, .L IIE undersigned Commiasionengiveno'tice \ '

seen I National Independence, will what do yon smell 'my.lish for?' The ne that pursuant to tie Act entitled
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dry of oar Me '' An Act to amend an Act toincorporate tile Public arc' informed 'that a line of
fish THE
celebrated in.this place on Saturday next, gro'What replied, no smell you mnssa< On Saturday, 11th ,rut. at 9, o\lod, Ji.M. FLORIDA PIRINIULA AND JAC HORVILLK: RAILROAD Barouche will, run between
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h iost. : nOra. ion.will be delivered,.ate me talk are to you him doing, 'maRSa/' 'And what Why do, WILL be sold at Public Auction (if not COMPANY;;a roved February 15,1835,, Tallahassee and Jacksonville to leave this
1 hotise by J. L. Doggett, Esq and \ disposed of at printe sole) that the Book will be again fpened at Jack. plaoe every Monday.: t
hun., Up Court- will be readtfm. you nay !O' the ,fish, eh ? Why, the ask at the store of Blanchard & Rider( Bayst.The sonville; at the store of I. D. Hart,:Bay-street,; CpForty::: : pound baggage will be allowed
Declaration of Independence what news'at sett-dat's all mnssa' And following, property, belonging to the on the 4th'day of May,and continue open touCh passenger,aad for any r grf,ater Weight
eau.. J-: Mills, Esq. Mayor., what does he say to you? He says he Estate Elisha Whiddendeceased viz- until the let day of August rexU: to receive' one cent per pound will be charged for every

e to \rrangementa have: been.made;:for, a pub. dont know ; he no been 'dere dese trte 1 Chaise Ad harhess, (nearly nev;) subscription for_stock to carry said' Rail Road ten miles '

s of{ and the ''usv&l. accompaniments ictek.4xn. 49 Drab Hats, round top. into execution. \ ID"Fare:: through each wa $25., v iJAMES
beet dinner; ; 1- 49 Calfskin Shoe, By the 8th Section of thisamencLtory Act,, HARRIS. '
pr
1ft JI l be) dulyy,attended to... The, inner; fall OF JULr.-'Voore glad to )learn that 13 pr Buff Brogans: the subscribers for 'stock heretofore taken,, Jacksonville: Jan. 14. 3lf '
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ti line provided at the.Court-house. .:rickets cane Dr. Richard D. Arnold has consented 16 Violins'astd. some first rate. have a prior right to" subscribe for the tame .,( ",' !

hersex. had of either of,the 'CommL lee, and ate agreeably to the invitation of the Committee !8 German Flutes. 0 '- amount of Stock'on the New BookaIM1.911 \ 0' '|
D., 11.1.T CONVEYANCE FROM I
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to pronounce the Oration before the 9 Chaise Whips. ,
i-er- gtoresjn town. A'( 'I Union, and State Right!if[Association of 111 Selves. '\';' JJMES DELL, JACKSONVILLE TO ST AUGUSTINEi i
There are symptoms.of a.danqej. 137 Brooms. "or : W J. MILLS, -
dim ; Chatham county oti the National Anniversary :
STEPiIEN'ND 1; (
We understand that there ha*never been and that the Declaration ofour Independence 1 Copper Urn.. / .
JOS. D. LWCASTER.
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rich public celebration, of:'the Hnd, in' this'lace will be read by Robert, C. Gue- 11 Hay Forks. :". '?, Ri !
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{... '. 1 Desk, containing !sundry article, > Jacksonville, March 31, I35. ((4( 'jTilE
ic9 m j&$*$ .PPr* rar d, sq. : [Georgia.11ttates *. r, '
ally) > We' ?* aY" PPY ., .' ....,. 18 Toasters. r t Subscriber will run a good Baronch'e .
Jon.; unitr t havitJr-b*,.Suag.totUend ana:in* : 4 Axes. "*, ; *\> NOTICE.B ,, good Horses from Jacksonville to
,uti. fat<* the'iautflnlqt.Aftho\ gh;.theft; :the-'The Tine 1rmg'b"Whi.stentrief!of'l..t'! ., that 1 Oil Cloth Jacket and Cloak. '>K\ Y An act paused by Uio LezMatfVe:\ Uouri- St. Augustine, once a' week ; to feave'this

pit.I ate b en'f4 changes.b i(ags,, we:lelteve, more than new.300: Bangor to'tfiat"brought ,4 Gold Rings. j I cil of this'Territory, at iu'Ust*session plaoo every Monday morning, and arrive in ftit.
I I tofes. passengers 3 Broaches and other aiticles.-
sundry ,
J. place, ,
and approved by the Governor; Feb. ::14t11, Augustine on the f've' lnr.ofth. lame day '
I fathers wish children '
ago kt and,(mothers, ; their, her l last;trip quite,overflowing all the ho WILLIAM RiPER'Adm'r.\: 1835. the Subscribers were app\lnted Commissioners Returning-will leave |3t. AuuIllne'on i

LQ. ,o know that Liberty. is 'dear' ,' and' that they tels..., Jacksonville, July 2. to open Books 'and receive' subscription Wednesday morning, and,;arrive at this placeon ,
nil be protected in,all lawful efforts to SUB* for the stock of a Bank to be located the evening of the same day. ,
Hi- 'themselves, and' prosper//the .country in. (OjThere: : -will be a. Quarterly Meeting ofthe $5000 REWARD: in.this Town,''to be called 711E BAXK CT: Forty pounds baggage will be allowedto
c'r's Methodist E. Church, held in this placeon the Vault >f the Bank of OF JACKSONVILLE.In .' each passenger,and for any greater weight, l
ole hich they live. We are'young as.a:, Terri. Ue ,,,18th and lUh! inst. We wish the WHEREAS this city, has been forced pursuance of which the Subscribers one cent per pound will be charged for every

;ory. "Our resources,like those of other Territories friends and brethren to observe the Friday open And robbed, the above reward of-FIVETIiOUSAND'DoLLARi hereby give, notice, that the Docks fur Subscription ten miles. t f:

ire are as' yet in 'their infancy. 'The previous as a day of Fasting and't>>rayer" will be paid for proof to for the stock in said Bunk, will be 03": Fare each way $5.. 't< j\

ire.so road field of,public, enterprize 'is mpara-- _JOHN ..L..GERRY, P. E. conviction of the Robber and recovery of the opened in this Town, at the Couuting-Room 11.:"II. I'lItt.ll'S'j !
amount..' The publio are hereby1 f cautioned of' Messrs'. ,Blanchard & Rider corner 'of Jacksonville. Feb. 2. ':' I' Otf .
: fNOTICE j
een'ich; ively' untouched. The axei has not yet MARRIAGES.In against receiving any 'of tie Bills of this 'Bay. and Lib'erty.trects, at 10 o'clock, A. M. ,

U'de the forest. ,, ;6f'thousands':/acres" echo I 1 Branch, and of tue Mother BUlk, in which is ,on the fourth day of May next. TRAVELLERS. '
IDi.CC. ; : the amount lost Holder of Bills ,. TO. .. I ,
Hanover New ,
with cultivating industry. Hampshire, Mr. CharlesE. [ principal W. J., MILLS, t'
><. .Thompson of,Mobile, Al. to Miss,Mary, will! please present them vithout delay- WILLIAM RIDER. :
ON., 'There .are;'yet rude marks for the< travel daughter of,Hon. Mills Olcott.;; such as they nave, as the old mission will be STEPHEN EDDY, ..
ose' er's g ide'through its bosom.? ''.There are yet In St. Marks Alexander Patterson I Esq. called in. The amount miss consists of:; .. ISAIAII D. II'RT.COlnIl .- 1

rt treasures which nothing but.the: increasingflood of Key West, to Miss' Sarah ".'.Folker, for- Bills payable at Principal Baik. i ', swnt'8. I
trio of will throw i into the merly of Charleston, S. C.' .. .In $100,bills, $15,000do Jacksonville E.: 2d,1335i.WANTED. : : .TIIERI will be a regular converanu.for'
emigration : gran* 50 '" 17,000do F. April once a week from Bt. Mary .
Iti- art of rsevering exertion1: 1 "S 20 20,000do Geo., by Pablo to St. Augustine}i to leave Bt. i ,
''el. Under thesVcircumstances all are invited DEATHS.In 1, 2, 3,5 and$10 bills 14,000 Maty's every Wednesday, at 3 o clock, P.M' 1,1
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small It'tn'Ji who
a
family a good : understands
-there is "no distinction.-i this town, on the 25th inH.:Mrs. Eliza IN .
partiality-nib" ,
us wife of Mr. Waltom $GGOOO cooking For such'an one, the Persons, who with to avoid a night exposure
While,our,flag floats around, us, all sh'o'uldJfree be Mr. Isaac George and!. daughterof Bills payable at Savannah Bianch: highest wages will be given, if, applicationis on the water,will find Very comfortable '
Hendricks aged lfj accommodations at Fernandina, at' Mr.' A.
he '\ mostly 10' arid 20' 17,000 made, immediately I
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,Id U payable at MilIedg 'ii11Ii. 1,4w: Inquire at this office. Oias. and can leave Fernandina the next 1
The Committee{ : which consists of John'L/:
' j 4 PASSENGERS U U Phoenix lank, =S. ork, July 2. 27tf morning and arrive at Pablo the same day.-

1(1h( Doggett,, 1VilliamRider'. :;, Charles, lerrickand 'Steamer'Florida' Mrs. in $100 bills, 5,000, They can leave Pablo every Friday meriting .
Per from
Emory Rider Esqrs., will give ,due.'ntiCIt Savannah, yaraousN 255. FIELD HANDS WANTED. at 4 o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at U,
heck ; King tfe 2cbi1 renMiss;: Seatcn, Mrs. John. .. I
P. M. leave St. Augustine
of. of the order of 1., .$ Dollars a month will be paid, same day t every

Messrs.
snd at Pablo same day, I
Bar.Planters' Sunday, arrive
Insurance
Marine and Fire 113 for five"orsixgoodFieldllands
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ill ments., bert, llanuall! A. Mioll', ,II. .R. aaber, C.BrownA. Savannah Dollarsfor Passengers wishing to visit St. Augustine, ;!
I Bank, ,5,175 and Fifteen Good 1'lovghmtn I
of Mitchell} W./B., >Tho las, H, A. Bank will be accommodated on reasonable terms. '!
State 1,120
MURDER. David : seventy-fiye Crame, C.;L. Dod and S. L. Stevens.; JOSHUA 1IICKMAN. :
it ::- Jonesaged: ; Specie,-Half Eagles, 1,000 14.- Fare from St. Mary's by Pablo to St August !
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years, was shot through the heart with; a full Quarter 5,000 May tins. $5. From St. Augustine to Pablo $3.'
MARINE ,JOURNAL.PORT TI1tre Is alsoa safe boat, which will run "
I '' Mexican Dollars ,1,000 .
[Pi charge of buck shot, in Leon County'MiddleFlorida NOTICE. and I
week from FahlotoJaeksonvllle
once a ;
a0- on the 12th ultl'by "'a man :named OF JACK80NVIILE, ;.........._...l.JULY.., 2 A liberal Silver reward Change tor,any,. portion.\ 300 I SIX' Week after this 4.t.,application will will depart and arrive so as to meet the mail
John Waters. .They had quarrelled frequent-! Apply to RAl.ni KING, I made by the sub criberto. 'the lion. boat on lU return from St. Mary's and the*
to i ,.A.RRIVED ,tuna.27thStdaina"Fb nida. orable the Judge of sate, it arrives from St. Augustine. Fare j
he werebothtntemperatc-! :- ..--* t =: .. President of the Branch fiuk of Darien thpClrbDy'Crourt stabre as &
Hill from Savannah. ,' val County for letter ; lllrauon from Pablo to Jacksonville%''J. All fare to
Water has been arrested and committed ,. tr.It 4 Savannah, June, 7, 183&. JofTtduiinl ( on 0
+g; \ 28th, Schr.,Ariel, Helme. from, StlAugustine' the good chattels, right*'aDd crrdllt .ofIIOR4TId be paid at Pablo. O. TAYLOR., i
to prison;to awaithie. (rial. .. LOW Junr. deceased of Naosau
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Pablo for St.
0' : FOR:; BOSTON, D'Tho(:: Mall boat will leave I
CLEARED-June.29lh-Steamer, Florida, I fine Packs'Schooner\ County. CHARLES. SETON. Mary' every Tuesday and return on ,Thurs I
aJr The splendid property, !at _Northampton, Hill, for Savannah'. 1 j THE MtD 'WRY, 300 May.23, 1835, (Gw39 day.The stage leaves Pablo every Fridayfor

( ,Masi. known by the name of .Round Hill" July. 1st, Schr. Vesper, Freeman,,S.lem. ton burthen, ,C. WILBV- master, .. 0 > St. Augustine and returns on&the sucece,* :
and as the site of the High school under the in good order for sea will nail fr;\the above NOTICE. ding Sundays:
da charge: of George Bancroft, Esq: has been 20,000 LBS., :OP BLACK ilOSS port'on or about the 10th, of JulyaexU SIX Weeks after da.tellbalia'pplyto the : I
'1P.ItentiemanIy' the ,;name 'of For freight or passage having good, accommodations of Duval CountvCourt, fur letters DRY GOODS, dnOCKHIES, JUC.WHOttsliy ., '
purchased by : WANTED. ,-apply] ,to the maitir no board, of Administration, on the Estate of ..1.1IIONllEALMEJfWJIY ",' \
e Church, now.; resident of Kentucky. We Subscriber will purchase the above or at this office. ,: deceased.CIIESTf. '

had the pleasure: of, seeing the gentleman in THE. of Black Moss if delivered in June 25. 26$20.RE1VARD : ;) .BISBEE. T'E Baibrcribetskeepconstsntly o'n'b1ric' ,
and offer for ale on as good terms as
Savannah' previous to'Ist October ,
since. largeor
this town, a'few .weaks; Jackaon'fiUe'l\Iay Jw21 '
small 19. be had atenyntore in Florida, the ;
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they can
,This property:U.,not eurpassed'for beautyin quantities.'Jv' MOR1ELL.! following articles, vU J l:' "< -"{,,.,
Decem
. 'away from the Subscribirin
.fe.fe Ne w England. Mr. C. will occupy it a.1& Savannah.,.June 17. 4w27 RAN last,a Negro Wench nanvd, SOPHM, ,NOTICE. DRY. GOODS., : :;

summer residence, and ',pass \hU winters ,in '- about 23 or 24 years old, thick et,'and, not SIX,Week from this date, I shall DuvalCounty Broadcloths, Casslmeres, Satttnttaod: I
of the Court
11orida,, ''' ,',;. / NOTICE. very black. She i* supposed \ti the in the Judge for letter of County Administration oi the Negro Cloths, red,and white Flannel.

a .- subscriber having 'been appointed neighborhood of Strawberry MM. Estate gf, SAMUEL S.. : on late of bleached, brown, .check, stripe,' and ;: plaidllomespuns
JMO/fA/JVa
Li We'learn,,,from,,foreign papers, that Mr. Administrator; the Estate otELlSILIJFDD Also,in May last, another hack named said County, deceased. ( Calicoes, Cambrics', AliaaUnli' ', ,
EN deceased all CLJlRISS.il about 25 of rather &c acs.1iARDWt11tE. '" I
ofPrance' ,-hereby requests, years age Silks Gloves, floisery,
Livingston Minister the 'Court) .
; to BENJAMIN '
our
; person'who ate indebted to said Estate,to black, She is supposed to be n the same ,THOMPSON. ; / I 1
; left,his Secretary' charge, arid instructed make immediate payment-and all persons neighborhood with the other. May 21. Cw21 j box Sto''ffiSn..and t t!

him,to I leave, 'Paris i /'if the Indemnity who.have any claims on .the Estate, are.requested The above reward will be' pair for-the delivery Cooking, parlbr.and! Setts and. Candle'
Fire Ump
of both the above house TREASURER'S NOTICETREASURER'S common
Bill should be passed, by the Peers, in the to present them for settlement. negroe'lt my Sticks Percumion Cae't Guns,' broadband:
I WILLIAM. RIDER,Adm't.Jacksonville ., in Jacksonville, or half that sum for either. "
form it went tie Chamber of Depu- Axes, Adzes, Hatchet*, Hammers.,
through July 2. ;3w27 WILLIAM 3. ROSS. OFFICE, > n-rrow and
ties June, 16. 25tf: ,Tallahassee, March 3th, 1S'J).' J Augers, Shovels Door latche/"Butt. E ,' i ti
authorised to announce the name 21st November 1829; it Screws.d-c.&c* I j
are an act passed ,'IJ.+' ,' '"
THK' CHARLEJTOWIC Nujfs.--:Three of the ,WE COL., JOHN WAEREtf.: as a Can. NOTICE 1 ,BY i t. provided that all Sands executed by FURNITURE:. ,..,; |

Sisters recently 'attached to the, Ursuline didate to represent the County?, Duval, in I WILL hold a Magistrates ;ourt at the Auctioneer,shall be forwarded by the Judgeof Sofa, and"Couches, work, card toilettn'd i
the next Legislative Council for this Territory Courthouse, in Jacksonvill'v'on the Second the County Court to the Treasurer t/f the dining 'Table, Washstands, .Looking Glai- t
Convent
of Charleitown, Mass:accompanied Way 21. Saturday in each month, at.O clock, A. Territory of Florida; and thatall Auctioneer set, lfed Uad-&e."&, ,, i F FCoffee
iy several l'of the pupils han arrived at Mon. M. In'my absence, any biuhuss left withO. i shall quarterly in each year commencing on GRCERIES & 1'at0Y191O1jS.! > ,

!real on their way to:Quebec. friends of ROBERT BIGELOJVpropose M. Dorman Esq. will be pinctually, attended the 1st of January, transmit to the Treasurer SOlar Bottle
.. loaf and brown !
him a* a Candidate to represent to. 'S. STRJETER; under; oath, taken efore sane,Judge, a copy Tea
Ppulon! '(Philadelphia) Daily :Advertiser the County of Duval,in the next Legislative *'Justice cfthe Peace. of all sale ,effected by him,,with, the,amount C Champalgne' Clar Lam"t, Port. and!Tobacc Sherry.
of : Council.. 0 June 4. Jane 17. f 25. and at what time and place, and :for whom Win.. Spice. Soap,. ..OII, ; l f
: and
ISthult Marshall
wys-5' Chief Justice: u- Hour, Rice, Corn, hot B ad. Beef ;
all Auctioneer
Now
rived in this i cit i 'Tn'orriay last and took him. NOTICE the same was pride, ,of said law and Pork Codfi.h. Merktrel: fialtFl.b'PotaioeaBuUerw ,
: 71/T/ R. HENRY H A RTLY announce hereby given, that the Boof 10 for reeeiv are required to take notice & lie.ALSO' .. "*
and up his }god'gipg'ePtpy'a:! piiQ>Joafdwff- JTA;elf a* Candidate.-too represent the IS ing subscriptions to then capital stock of the' conform to it, or suit*, upon their Bond roast Cheeses ... t I,
u>useNo: 108 ,Waluut slreet"( -..His health, County .of Duval, in the next Legislative "SOUTHERN LIFE' VfsC'OJUfCE "AND be instituted. Judge of the County Court r ,
we'regret to learn is till fe' bI4..o Council for this Territory. TRUST CONPANY11'will opatd at the are requested without delay; to' forward, Drugs, Medicio, and. Palm.-A variety j'
-; '. Mandarin, Jane 20 office of Thomas Douglas, l.l-: In the 'Cityof properly certified and approved, the Bonds of of Crockery and Glass W rf* Books and

The Steamer'Florida arrived at our wharves St. Augustine, on the second day of November Auctioneers in their possession, Stationary** large assortment of White! !
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TO THE CITIZENS OF DUVAL next, at 10 o'clock A. M. and will CHARLES AUSTIN, Drab, and Black Hats, "Caps, Boots and
on Friday t, and returned to',Savannah on COUNTY. be kept open from time to time br adjourn. Treuurer of the Territory of Florida. SbM"'tol'lher' with variety" of other' are F

Monday, She hu been thoroughly repaired that report* ,are in ment, until the whole of tin stock shall be 14 titles,. BLANCHARD & RIDER,
and painted,and makes a fine appearance. UNDERSTANDING appointment a* subscribed; not exceeding dirty day ;
my Jacksonville Jan. 1 1835.
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Light-house Keeper will interfere with& my LOT CLARK, SUGAR .MILL FOR, SALE. ;
'/The weather,for; eeral days ha been ve- duties as representative of,the County, if ROBERT RAYMOND.REID, GREAT BARGAIN U offered, in the rrj- N. n,-C..h paid'for Cotton,'Ilfd( >|, t

iy warms until! yesterday, when we 'had elected, and hat.J should not (probably) get THOMAS DOIGLAS.CommlMloner A sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West t hors,Tallow, Deer Suns, Fur, Beeswax, t
the'necel..rv leave of absence to attend to Point Foundry diameter of Centre Roller, Moss, Orange Peel, &c. '
bowers, and the wind changed to the N. W. 23 ;
Legislative 'duties, -! beg to say to my old June2d.-1835., two feet two and ft half inches,and two outer 1 B. &, R.
The mercury this morning at 5 o'clock j stood friend, for whose past aid present confidence NOTICE. ones one foot ten and on..I:>>UJ1h' Jnche.-..

at 61 above zero. in me, I entertain the most profound THE subscriber will bola a Justice' Court with Iron cog, point, &0, M aloe a set o( N OTItE.
I consideration that if again elected, I will the Office of O. )f. Dorman, Esq. in Kettle from the noted Foaodry in Scotland,
The Legislature of New Hampshire osem- serve them; and every thing! in m )wet Jacksonville the last Saturday i in each known by name otthe Carrtn;Foundrv, warranted < ALL person are hereby notified that pur:
bled> at Concord the ?d of shall be done for their welfare.! lor the month., In my absence, my business left and proof, a* malleable Iron. 'fa* capacity to the Act of Caiif .*, l Mtreh
on 1'F' purpose of attending the Legislative Coun with Mr.-Dorman. will be ynnetusjljr attended of the grand Kettle i1 I three hundred 2d, 1831, entitled "An act t* pravidi, for ,

,A man by the name of Bailey wax precipi- cil [fejtve cannot be obtained from the proper; to, 'STEPHEN EDDY, gallon and proportioned, or graduated to the punl,broent ft cfieace. D1Duu.4 Oand(in eat-
authority to be.baent, (which I do not anticipate 'Justice of the Peace sixty gallons, being four to:the set| all o(| tfngdr.troyingorretnoylegl.ire naval
toted down the Fall of Niagara on the.' 30th1hY'I''t ) I will resign my appointment u Light- JUDe'L: .23tf which, with CooUr,; Vaif, and ft .Ci tena to other Timber" or Ue<. reserved b ..forpurposes. .
: 1 house Keeper:' contain thirty boff beada of Srrup,.will be Positive proof will .qaile4 ;

Your fellow citizen, .MORE. ; NEW GOODS, f dUpoHd of,U applied for shortly,for at lasttweutyfive of all pereoiw .hlppio each Tim"the',tb.+t tin
FAStitoir. of has JOHN WARREN. + cent below eoU elms bas not bn eat fw lands proper.
The Cant 'EnC1 nd. av:;.IfcUBBEV! ? per of"the UnlUd SUtw, cr (r OrI,1ajd,.01a
ordered Mr.: Cba'ntrey, the eminent sculprt HAS' Jon received from Charleston, a A line directed, to E. B. COX.oa Sidon ty which the Ttober, hu been rI&IT.4 fet u-

to make busts of.Sir. R. Peel;and Earl STODART ,* CVJUUER, ,a*supply'of FLOUR and CORN, Plantation, Melotoi"'County/G.orglk'( 1 nl' purposes;*",,: iJ' ;A31tDELL.r:, .

'f?Jt.i tq be"piaced along with those of otb- LITHOGRAPHERS, Xru mirmc and alo, a full supply of GgtOCER1E8'ybichwill '' Manager,) will U attended to,1* ., ,, .e 0 I .' 1'' ,..
or "ud EVCUVXRJ. be told eh *p for cub; : : ,*, -f' t r--of; 1 ; r
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eminent British .atetme, in the egrriof ', Mafeli 12'J ,\lJ' January )'1,1835., : .
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i 7'0' .,uoJMJ.. k'f Downing, Editor ,oj 1M"Dotbning THE Subscriber has on"ha J;'and offers ,k'LOIlLDA.CAPT. ; 'J' P .ARY"OAZETTEVo1um.: V11"

: a ::eUt"' Portland, in the Stat sale,on reasonable terms,the following every weekly Fou"l>

[From a Corf egpon'dent of the London Times.] 'of 1Ilaine. articles, viz'DItY IS.IJ.IlCC.PIUY.

Fuz ERL EXTa OaDINUy.-The bustle tiVAsntirorort' CITT. GOODS number The work will be published weekly
eat
of jhat hustling "place,. Leadenball' -market, East Roo 1 Saturday, ftiay 2J. 1835. Broaq cloth DBiune its, Negro Cloth, I : -equal to containing,sixty duodecimo eight large quarto '{lag

has been considerably increased lately inconsequence Dear Comi JackVe tbro' our white d yellow Flannels, bleached ana i. R. A., HILL, laneous original matter pages-or IIliIlCeI

of the laying-in-state of an,Old Baltimore Co vcntion last night got, and glad brown neck Silks striped and plaid''' Homespuns, ':,tXnLL run once;a week from Savannah riot white pipe| ?, with perfectly, printed on IU

: inhabitant of that spot lately deceased, whowosknowd enoughVas '1, for we had more'bother Calitoet] Cambrics Gloves Silk Linens Ildk'fs., ImportedGingh Bomb TV. to Picolata, touching at ,Darien: St.Mary's handsome tie page -and corrct newtpe index ,

amongst the poulterers and is, ,;Jacksonville and Mandarin. be.furnishej, and the work
about it than It little. I should have writ10IJ settee &c. at the and
Oknaburgs JJurlaps, of
,
year will
I ) there by the of Old form
purveyors cognoman WILLIAMllUNCAN an
f > Gineral bad'nt been excellently printed
if
last the
wee IIARli '
yolllD
WARE AND CUTLERY of four
Tom. For the last twelve 'Years he has : hundred and sixteen !
been ninnin aliout winter and UI sick l.11 fever, and kept me running:! i after I [ Axes. Adzes Agent at Savannah. three thousand duodecimo pages, equal .i
i ( seen, !! ,, sum LampE Candlesticks Guns paeeV
.. .. come along January 1,1835. 1
the all the time as
.Ld. delegates tney Dolts Latches The volume .
men wunuui Bnoesor' 8iocKiug9anu wearing patent J Aiigurs, Door Knob I will contain twn.... .
see -- -n -
i'' the''same coat. lie was a native of, from Virlinnyand{ other places to mi Butts, Se ewe] Brass Knobs,Hoes,Sad Iron/ MACON!! STEAMBOAT "I music--for the Piano Forte, -&C.- .'eqS

France, lived a useful life and was much ift they were right, so I could It get a Pad-Ti -Chest-Trunk-Gun-Closet ona hundred of common sheet music\hici
The Gineral told me COM'P' ANY. could \
write.
nute's time to not
Brass pad-Knob and'Mortice Locks, purchased
respected by all acquaintances.. But I must go and stick by,the Convention' till Knob ffl hes, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel than five dthars"and;" the separately publisher i.for I I.,
'mistake
to avoid though a biped, gentle they got. thro' and if any thing was likely yards, B d Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, mined, to pibcure the simple rather than deter ;

reader, the deceased was only goose. By to happen to break up Mr Van Huron's Cork BKnives rows Hand and cross, cut Saws, I complex and diffi ult.- tl,

his tricks and sagacity he secured to himselfa nomination, I must send an express on to i nd Forks, Brittania-Plated, Table Although the ,publisher places' no de

host of friends,and did' much to rescue his him,ai d.he would come and .clear em all and Tea poona, Iron Squares, Pocket Corn- THE above company take 'Ibis .method of, dance whatever,,in the'support of it,as t\': r

order from the'etigma of stupidity, which wouldn'tgo passes, rawing Knives, Braces, Socket i f rary paper room its
I out, ajd lack em offhome, if they rming the public that they have engravings,yet there vc fl
I has been almost universally thrown upon it. straight.' Chisels, &c. purchased two. Steamboats, the MACON be presented occasionally; plates from r

This BiOf'ulai' bird \was hatched at Ostend Well says I General, you know there's 'GROCERIES &; PROVISIONS. :. and EXCEL, which boats are to run regularly isb.and,wood of beautiful worknianship and cOJlpt fia eei

in and became I the property of two sets dimocratio delegates from Pen nsy1vAny Coffee Tea Loaf, and Brown Sugars. between Darien and Macon, leaving Already\hav appeared a beautiftilli)
I
,1\1J?Bottane; a dealer in poultry tof that port, ) ,thfWolfies and the Mulles" what Champs, rie;; Mideria j -Claret-Port andMalaya Darien once every week' with two toW boats. eDl"Uedportrait of Jwrtt.Fe im re Cooper i,
him in the of a-de- The steamboats will"draw'onl 26 inches''of executed on steel, slid a chute
who employed capacity shall do with them ? Which set shall ., N. E. Rum, American ; vigneUe: \I),
we -
the! death of his tint ; Rolland water with two good engines each. The'company page, engraved on copper: *
coy goose. Upon muter let the Gineral he Gin, Gin, Brandy Soa ,Tabacco Its c
votq jf Says says contents 'Wi1l'be various
we
and
He wad purchased at a large price by that's bothered me a good deal ever since I Flour, Cora; Rice; Pilot Bread! ) Butter have been at great expense to place{ there will, be a 'general record of spirited;
this line of ,
steamboats the Occurren
l another dealernamed, Dlaney, In whose Crackers, Beef) Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, in Ocmnlgee' s
until the 1823 see them twj' > sets appointed to come from Butter Lard Cheese Almonds Rai- Altamaha and riverswould respectfully solicit'the ces; Statistics, Obituary, notices, &c. &c. \\t
service be remained year Figs, addition the
) and I don't know how to Tales,
Pcnnsylvany, we Hams patronage of the public. This line will Legends,Essays; Tnr
duties of his office .with sons, Apples, Bologna Sausages, :
perforping"ilie and, travelling at are going to get ,_over it.__ You. u had better_ Onions. &c. &c. b.e.a great facility! for merchants who wish| to elling Sketches Literary, Fugitive .and Historical
great success, frequently step over ami ask Mr. Van Buren, what is i-ALSO- ship their goods by the way ,or Savannih or Biography, Poetry, &c. making

the head of a numerous and obsequious best to be one. So I went,' and asked Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Crockery Darien, to Hawkmsville and Macon 'or in elegant paper, for the parlor,and for the lot seer

flock upwards often miles a-day, leading Mr.Von Buren about it. He scratched his and Glass Ware, Powder and Shot,Shoes, shipping Cotton to Savannah: Arranged of polite literature, as secured from
them to the place of'embarkation. While Boots ments have been made to forward cotton some of the most popular Ame
head and stUdied upon it a few minutes; and a great variety i of articles to nu- or rican authors. '
at Ostend ho lived a merry Jife, was, taughtnualfairewasYseen and at last siys he Sargant Joel must merous to mention., goods without detentionI between Savannah, .
you The
work will be
tricks and at the an .' and'Darien; printed as welland .
HARDY II. PHILIPS.N. t' contain
tell ention to let the Wolfies and Vr
amouga t the fantastic No exertion or will be spared togive as much reading'matter as any similu
Muliesibotb expense
; Laid
for save' Penn- B.-CASH for Cotton Hides DeerSkins I *
vote, we must the quarto, paper now, published in the
i and other greatest despatch to United
witiru'miisk goods cotton
or
It group grotesque appendages sylvany at III 1 events, and,so wo must take ,,Tallow, Furs, Beeswax, Moss Deer lipped by this line. States; and it can safely and.truly be called
considerable amusementand ,
,exciting Horns &c/ I H. Ii. '
care not tot rant any of em. P. the cheapest journal 'of the kind.

receiving general applause '\Vell, aft -wo got matters all cut and Jacksonville, an. 15, 1835. 3lf Agents for the above boats tIL. 1'TI'RMs"'Th.ree' dollars per,annum, aith t

P1 By some accident, poor Tom was sent dried, and :,ne day for the Conventioncome l BALDWIN'&,CO. Savannah!i paper is firmly established be paid in ad

1 to'Mr. Grover, at Leadenhall. As soon<< as along started off to Baltimore. We. NEW' GOODS. J.',GODDA & Cos Macon. vance.. Two,dollars for, six months, to It

'1 his departure was discovered, letters were got Mr. Ste enson in for President of the THE Subscri er has for sale the following MITCHEL & CottiNS; ,.Darien, paid i in advance.
.sent that ho be saved from the late K Boston 1834.
might Convention, and things looked as if they of erchandise. J. ; & Bx DKLENO,. Charleston. ; 1

I which awaited his companions, and returned were smooth till the Superior qua y. Blankets from, $4, 50 to Dec. 1834. I 'I
going long'
to 'his master. But it seemed that he pretty $550 per pair. ; TO THE,, PUBLIC..

was not destined to revisit his native coun Pcnnsylvan; trouble< there be and THE
bl'gunjto aihurrycahe, lWas Irish Linen fr to CO to I t
for he was busily selected froni c $1.00. FOR Southern
try, though SALE:' Agriculturalist from its late
afraid we was going to have a real rough'timo Best .
plaid Hotrespuns 7 yds. for Editor and
the rest by calling "Tom" and offering a of it. 'But' after I told how Mr. 3-4 1.00 Subsc tiber offers for sale for cash br proprietor Mr. John D. Lets,
em Homeip s unbleached lOc THE solicits the of
piece of of bread l ns often ,as l ho,was sent to per yard., N support the friends of Agricul I
or good
Van Buren thought it was best to work it Superior fancy'stripes 18 3-4c. groes acceptancesthe ,-
ture, and, of the interests
the bouso in basket connected with i it
custom a,return somo it Silk h'dkf 50c following tractof fine Live Oak hammock ,
smoothed considerable calm fibm to $150 -
away pretty throughout the
Southern States.
He
accident caused his fu 'ibeL'de land St. Pablo hu
or oversight and voted to let the' Wolfies and the 4-4 unbleached Shirting 13c yard on Creek bounded as published this .
'they by
per follows Pablo work for Mr. Legare from i icommencement iti i
tention. lie had for via!-on the West'
many narrow escapes the> 6 for by Creek
piece, or y'ds one dollar retail ,
Mulies all come in and take a pan with by the in the 1628 and be it
.year
his life and in 1829! Mr. on Foster's land
was sent to Livy'sflbop Shirting bleached from 13 to 25c on thus the
the rest of us. ? pr yd,, the East South practically acquaintedwith mode'whicit in
Inr Houndsditch 'with 11 others,' 9 of President Fancy dress1 and furniture calicoes from jind by lands of Cornelius should
When to vote for I be conducted. Its
which; were already slaughtered, when Air.Grovet'rf they come 13c to 25c per yard by the piece Taylor, cntaining'two hundred and thirty. tion will be public
continued
the
felt a little streaked for fear how it would three ahea. For on same terms and
particulars
Sattinetts to
Bon arrived just in time to save from 871-2c' $12:; superfine apply in the
same heretofore
manner as with tuch
come out for when come to look round I.
t hU neck' from At ; Superfine cloth $4 50 yard .. D. HARTLor
,being wrung.: length his per improvements ns his experience
i and see how many strange faces there was White and ed flannels from 371-2c JAMES DELL.; As may suggest
legitimate, arrived at London and to the subscriber
'piaster Jacksonville is solicitous to make thii
there Jan: 22. :
was folks that never see or beard of each G2 l-2c pen yar< :4tf Journal
recognized by his old servarit'118 soon < the vehicle for dissemminating useful
he him: however other before, I couldn't help feeling afraidtbat'there Bed ticking rom 183-4c to 25c per yard, information not with
as saw decline only to established
Having, FOR regard
\ be gqoii of, Musquito n< ,good ; SALE.WOTowling .
might a many em jt ing quality $125
n ed business; RI.BIancyafter, pointing ,out pr ps. systems of husbandry, but also experimental
that wouldn't v4'for the, true democratic ALSO Pieces a-lot
of
T ;jharness efforts in
Tom's Agriculture and Horticul.ture
acquirements,requested Mr. Grover Republican Cti f1date. I was afraid there A good assortment of fancy bel t ribbands_ suitable for.heavy work-rout kegs of he Invites free and unrestricted communication

to keep him, and he would cheerfully pay many of em after Judge Whiteor shirt button-silk-sewing .ilk-balt and Dupontaed best rifle powder one Sat bottom- from all persons
i all expenses.: Torn, the gander, then became Webster,\or Clay, or Calhoun, or some spool threads-writingpapers-superior; : do.- boat, with' the oars. The above articles pursuits Let no one imagine that solitary .
the patriarch and gardiau of all the ladies white hose-horn and' woOd combs- will be sold cheap for cash. facts isolated
chap or other, that Air. Van Buren might very Apply to or experiments are too trivial to
geese and goslings that come to the market, have a tough match to get the vote. And silk and cctton umbrellas-and i a good asDRJgS TIMOTHY WIGHTMAN: I. be 'communicated. All systematic knowledge
and he sornment of I '
_was never known to let one goo'stray. when thev,went. .round_ and_ took the__ votcm.. ____. ,or,at this,Office, is but the aggregate of'humble partic
'U. p.n n AND
He was a favorite with all and the MEDICINES. lars ; and Science in
April ii
30. every
and all t department,
got ready to read em off heart .18tf
I my OThe stove articles of the ,
: pet of mnny. Ho was a frequent visitor at are best quali brought to perfection,not through the instrumentality
was all tiptoe right up in my mouth. And ty, and will 1)* old for small '
3 the neighboring gin-palaces, and would a advance, for of a single extraordinary mind,bat<
NOTICE.
take several when they read it off "whole number of cash or procttce. by'the contribution ,
of thevalley" particulars
drarnepfthe "cream by
votes for President 285. and Martin H JOHN indebted to the mODI
Van W. persons
RICHARD. subscriber individuals
ALL 'and
l In after' the of
,the course of the in generally lapse
day-not, : Buren has otfthem if I didn't Jacksonvlle, Jan. 22. er by Note or Book account
I one 4tf
1 deed, without being the worse for it sometimes every to are requested many years, he is desirous, therefore, to hare
settle the.
jump up like a catamount, and same without delay; and as facts to .
clap many record
and then my can be.,.furnishe ;
he would bo the
j as 'policeterm bands and stamp like wildfire, I'm mistaken CABINET. FURNITURE, ,V ARE-> no credi will be, 'given at iny store after the and from the planter, who is systematic in
it; both "drunk and ioth M' h. HARDY
disorderly. I could'nt help lj HOUSE. H.,..PHILIPS., his experimental labors or bit
I Such the hollering right out, if an account
was ..effect which bad company this isn't a genuine full blooded Democratic JAMES 'llCQOKE, No.;'100, Broadway Jacksonville, March 3.. lOtf failures as' well a his successful efforts, will

.had upon him 't} but it should be remem republican Convention there Yak offers for sale and \ : '. be ace en table., ItthA 1imtnr. ....7".*,,.. \9Aeirecorded .>.'i,
never was i -- -- ------ "a va w.
bored. that Tom was only .goose, and one in all creation. The Democratic Can quality*of 10/as-Sideboards-Secretaries- GREAT.NATIONAL WORK.AHER'ICAN that they may be imitated-J, the Cot

'could not help himself, lie distinguished didate Book. Case*-Tables of all descriptions- MAGAZINE should be noted in ordr'to be shunned.:
got ingle vote I haint
bis kindest friends by a mode of expression tho Gineral every so ti( kled about seen Chairs of every quality-High post and Of useful Entertaining' toUillustrtted The subscriber hopes that this appeal to hii
peculiar to himself and clapping his wiogs. any thing ne French Bediieads of Mahogany and Maple- Knowledge, fellow citizens of the-South, will not be u D>

I At a particular ur'cvcry day Tom might ver since, I've,been,to Yashlngton. llair and lVo s Mattresses_Feather 'Beds- by numerous Engramngs., vain. It would be reproach to our Planters I

e be seen walking with great dignity into tho When they come to vote for Vice' Presi Looking Gasses-Carpets-and a full assortment BY T114 BOSTON BEWICK.COMPANY. to meet the fate of the Southern Review. Of
dent
i sign of the Rose and Crown, the hostess ol ; they didn't get along so smooth.f .- I of every thing necessary to furnisha THE success which has attended the the last it may be justly said, that it was ll ofof
pub-
There was a good deal of scrabblin about house.< feted to fall when it
l jwolch had some delicious morsel always n of the best Magazines from the was not only rearing
It The Virginny folks]) wanted have April 7., u. a well merited ''
to
r .pieparedfor.him.One morning Tom Air. 3w15 English Press, has led to' for Is fame aV a literary people,
preparations
poor Rives, and declared;: they would'nt have but it was vindicating the Southern habits
was,.missing i from; his., accustomed routtf. : suing a periodical more particularly adapted
i and on'search being made, was found dead any body else. But the Sunday Mail fel i FOR' SALE. to the wants.and taste of the American pub from the unjust aspersions: which ha es

in his nest, having lived,, upwards of 37 I hers were round as fairce as lions.for,CoL TWO Coffer Stills,nearly new; one con lie. While' it will be the object of the pro, been so liberally bestowed upon us out of our'
Johnson. And when prietora to make section of country. The ,Southern Aculturaliet"
year*. fjome of,bis survivors they: come to vote, inlrftwo hundred gallons with a the i work strictly what its
( immediately Col. Johnson it The heater of the the other title indicates, it will in some measure supplies ,the
set ID about their last gO, Virgiuny chaps fame capacity; con- neverthelese'contain; j 1
paving tokens
place of
of respect were awful mad about it, and declare taining fifty'fallens, which will lie disposed all articles of interest to its patrons, which the Southern Review' so far II regards
to their they
deceased ,acqul ntance. A never will vote] for Dick Johnson 'if of at terms advantageous to the purchaser. appear in foreign Magazines. the circumstances'last alluded'to. !It
process [similar to that of embalming it For Extensive serves as a Register..not of methods
was furth'e oc have only
breaks up the w ole Republican particulars inquire ,0.,,BCD- preparations been entered
gone through, and the body placed in'a don't know how will party. I iKGToir, Esq.Whitesville, or at this office. into, both with Artists and Authors to fur- Husbandry; but also of facts relating to u or

'deal box three feet long, was deposited in jit come out, but I rather Jacksonville, May G. 19tfI night from all pr.rU of:, the'Union, drawings system Slavery. "The deci-

"one:of his masten'ltaU" where !he lay in a I had guess they will have to swallow it yet. and illustrations of every tnbjttt cf Interest l line, the treatment the characters, of o urend

'Btato surrounded .in funeral furniture, two |made up any"mind long,ago not to I NOTICE. which the publishers confida tly believe,wil{ Waves, are' fairly suited to'its pages,
or his stan for;Vice President if I wasn't nomina- enable them to issue constitute topics as and importantu
Mkvorita perscfis a work interesting
honorable
being the indebted
; geese posted, at to the subscriber to its
'
ted long with Mr.Van Buren I decline ALL by title and any which can engage either own at !
door dressed in, BO now ok Note acceptable to the American- our ;
crape.A.. penny was demanded or are"reque.ted to make
being a candidate. The tention or the attention of those abroad, who(.
of those'whoso payment by ie 25th inst. Amen.cin Magazine i. published
curiosity led them 9 or suits'will be
to take a last look, and the thus col 1 hsVnt time to tell you any more today, commenced without -- m"nthl7r .h Dumber:. ontainin/Utw.. ";-Si Tba.aUh.ic*legitimate interestiri our cpncejafc.--
money
but delay.J. forty and witHsrbeWUar.-in: conclusion,
will *
Your fifty imperial page6.
lected was appropriated to the purchase of soon.' loving cousin I B, MASON.. Dotiaas octavo at Two remark, that if, to,
1_ __ SARGEANT,JOEL DOWNING. 'Jacksonville. I an. 15. per anJum! payable inSdTaWof he .had not ,undertakes I
1 o NOUO laoiei, ana tne 3w3'
other continue
expenses of his 1 n comprise rortraita 'an'd the publication pf this Periodical,it,
:interment On, the lid of his coffin is an Sketches of 41s gushed Americana Biographical moved would have been either re- ,

engraved plate) with his name and eke.- A person once said to a father whose NOTICE, Public Bull nfl, ':Monumenta ; Views from our city, or been ..upeaded.Whether .

1 t Poor Tom is this day to be buried in a son was noted for laziness, that he thought ALL persons indebted to the subscribers, ; dlC&pe ICeneJy-the, and boundless 1mpro'fements .- it will be in hi power to cootuw it,

grave dug In the centre of the poultry mar. his ion very much afraid of work. "Afraid by n Ue or book account, are reqUtl.ted variety an beauty of which, in this will depend not only on the Pecuniary bat

ket over which the stone will be laid, and raid ofwork,. replied the father and to settle the same without delay; country, will for an'uncewnr' source otinstruction the Literary Contributions of Southern "-
not at no credit 11 be tens.
the may read thereon the aU he will Ia'down w given at their store and : .He confidently now leaves this matter
follow- ;
passenger i and go to Bleep close after the lit of ijebraarf. Engraving, andss.'isssyssstssi m their hands that
It 'Wg... inscription and epitaph- by the side 0(1t.", description 0 hibits, &C, f (feeling full assurance
.. BllANCHARD & RIDER. Bird, Beasts,itification Insects o there is wanting! on the part of oar PlwUrt,

t The grave of poor Old Tom. Jacksonville, wary 24th, 1835. 5t! with every with,the together neither the liberality nor meatal energies ac
:
Geography
*+ of The ( is ilto cessary to sustain the Southern Agricultttrit
memory Old Tom the gardner following a literal of let and
copy a 1-u. ,,
CIIAKLES
3 'Obit 19th Much, 1835/etat. 37 yean, nine tant ter sent from to Blatkstone a medical gentleman, not far dis .I__, Profesuonal wrvices HOYT to the inhabitants offers his and source.popular of the co-.nby,iUua ed in a aamiliar Charleston, S A..C.E.Dec.MILLER,ISM., Publisher.

months and six i of Jacksonville aid of.this section Dl&DDer.Bo6tn
of
days. Florida Persona
"' *"?oUl *under while in'stubble 'n"Ce hey-YnilvU ,
i J !Fed fr..ljr.without care or trouble. Mil and ? am "Ul in mJ Dow Jacksonville, J n. 29, 1835. 5tf office. 8W

f Grew fat with corn and sitting still, het lost ray Happy Tight ORANGE I United

'And';5 ace could croea the him 'door aiil STICKS. the :! the JOAN A.- 'SILLOWAY,
lJfI'And'.eldOl11! will b. for One contents
pad oC
CASII Hundred
waddled
Or-
,f.'llisbelly lathe forth to cool A young rustic a few evenings Sticks{ of various dries on delivery I Maguin.1fom tiple to time,hall I>>. entitled Real Estate.ad..Ver edizr Broker, Na:j6,
neighboring to the
;TnuliplwiU4 U> another scene pool reply said to a polite Invitation to attend i/Wed- at this office, itumedutely March 5.BLANKSorall first' volume: Fztlesga#rU.I,Batotai. u. .
ding
He iUJk'd ia state o'er Cat&i.-ptn with P1 gravity J should like Any personeaaitting the.Agent< bJ mail, LI* attend to the selling and buff": '
'LI\\Vithfb11 flte hundred geese beblud, to pit I wasVit gmnga cWiui deacriptiou Printed at poet paid, Tea Dollars reeelTe of Real Estate in every part of e

"'To hit superior care eousWd' i short notice. capita for one year-and'continu d u loS United State. peojji:desiroaspf emWd-
iB
*.Wbcmi'reldiJr.h. would engage, J.:A t'i melting sermon iTAt.o.'Job'Vor? Jo a handsome"a&donreuoftah ..tlt .. the money i. regularly (onraNM_ ing from one'part of the Union to anoU.r,
,
A can .
a'llrleidinnalvh ten miles a-atag.. country church tllthecigrelSoaiau torma. liberal price Will be paid ( always receive correct information J
,
Titus; a decoy" he lived and died | ;. Justice and well written articles, QJ' appropriate applying at hit offica. U, will reeeiv orier;

i}7lie'chief oigeeee, the poulterer' pndV weeJ.f.ex: one man,Woo bened to be ManiIe.ta Iuankw-Deeds-Buls& of 1.e tr&ti"e of II&tioDaJn.bjeeb dzawnge, ; Was-. for various kind: of Meiehandije,' delivered
At h,
EL: Belts jed 10 c7iwYh., 6t. oic.. OOIiIAatJl for sale at tereet. Subecrfptioete he.iuG U,this o1Bce. at q1 part.f the Union. CoaununicatioiU
Dec.,183 dressed to him will bi' *tt*s Si

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