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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 9, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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quay JACRSONVITaOURIER: / dressed exclusively' -a. kind :'of wholly With this wholesome truth,' I pad my their useless efforts in and attended man's;influence they had a house assigned i J

rtBLMHED ONCE AiiEEK grand and half deserted city,' which hasbeen shilling again, and was handed ever to to their own safety by lashing themselves them :xi live in, and wo wcro well treated \ illII !
: pier RRIJ2Rfc c0.TERrta$4' built too,ambitiously) for':its population another.woman, who took rod into '''i large to the'side of the ship, where they whilst,they remained l on the Island. Tho ht ( i V
lnal L. Ctf, ; .- -and on the other, ar antique wilderness hall containing portraits,'of Robert Bruce, remained until morning. As soon as the Island produced cocoa nuts and In i !

wine Pet Year, payable yearly, of streets and "wynd. 110 narrow and liahol, Macbeth, Queen ''Mary, and:, some day dawned, they launched the! remaining great abundance,and was well stocked yams with .t'j t
or i idvanceSingle papers 12 ce ." lofty as to shut out much:, of the light of forty other men and women famous in boat, from the ship, and the eleven survivors pigs nd goats, and resorted to by Immense .' ,
detera inserted jrAdvertisements and contracts" heaven ; thronging, busy and partcularJy Scotch story ; and nothing is clean than got into her and rowed along the reef flocki. pf eea fowl. '

l'cor'Yead... advertising On easonablerms. ] dirty population, sido-watks,almost/ impassable that. oncj patient person sat to the painterfor about two miles from, tho' week; where Their English friend induced the 'savages :
ode from childrenand other respected the whole. Alter "doling'* these, I was they got on dry land.'' Hero tlujy remained x> return them a shirt and trowscrs I

depth : communications. bp' 'mait'! ay bead. nuisances; and altogether]]' between the irregular led with extreme deliberativeness two days and nights' having nothing to each, and this was all the clothes they bad, t
a lite All E. WILLIAMS,. Editor the"'lCou-. and massive architecture, ,' and unintelligible a suite of unfurnished rooms, 12. ] thin, bubsist on but about four'galloi: i of water;. whilst they'remained on >tho Island. In [ !

ruiJ cased to in all. case-. ;t.. : 4 t, ) jargon agonizing the airaboutyou tho only interest of which was their having and some seven or eight pound of bread, every other respect} however, they were as .I''
ld petifully fiQ' eq, postage. r .of: bet1d '' a most outlandish ana etrango city.- been tenanted of lato by thoroyal: exilo of which was all they took from ho wreck well off as they could possibly expect; to

Acid Ta FO a T EtQo1ER... ,.. Paris is not. more-,unlike Constantinoplethan France. As if any body woul. the'a shilling except some of their clothe t\4a or'threo be, 'under such circumstanced being well .
OJltriUt, ., "i'rjJtiD I. ': : ::, oneidejof, EdinbproI}; unlike tho to'see where Charted"Xiuelept and ,cutlasses, a musket and a pairOn fp stols.- fed and not required to do any'work. Afterrmining J
";:\ Esq.' P. M. other. Nature has property placed a great ,breakfasted !L, the third! morning at dayligj \the here:Sit.rntmttrtlthere n irI _, .:: #

St, gustinJohn'lJUY. &jK, : P. .M.; gulf between them.' ./f I thanked heaven, that.! stumbled next held 30 or 40 canoes making words them wash irkclihomt of a'T ouch.." .- '
ed; 't6 Dnan.r Grore-7.iUe- Elliot Garrison, Esq. P.MiGEQRGIA. ; We toiled up to the castle to see the sun upon,the'right person, and was introduced one of which was two or three inles i.licaJof Lug lit the Island, they induced the savages '
nren Spring set. Oh, but it was beautiful. I have no into a1\i,ig-lighted room, fire place like,that tho others. The captain of thj ship immediately by promises of rewards to build them a canoe '' t
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'c Tavorical in : idea describing it ;; but iMinboro',to me, pf a country inn-die state chamber of the infonned ,his men :bat they and l let eight of them, leave the Island,
S ary's-A Doolitile, Esq. 'P. M. will be a picture seen through an atmos- unfortunate Mary. Here, was a chair she would soon be surrounded by savages, ana the .other three remaining'aa hostages for '
Satannah-S..Philbrick, Esq. phere of powdered gold, mellow as an eve embroidered-there was u scat of tarnished recommended 'them' to quietly, \submit to the promised })Q merit. 'These'eight sea
rig lover m Maconr-Edmund Russell. on the c campagna.', We l looked down'onthe velvet,' where she sat in a state with to them, as they had no other c ,.ice. 'rho men, accompanied by three native!), em- t

ill beAme. surgi g sea of architecture below us, ,Darnley-the very grate in the ,chimney leading canoe which was filled \vtli naked barked in the canoe and the seamen's boat J II '
The annexed is ,the Magdalene's Hymn, andwvhet, icr it was the.wavy cloudiness of that she had sat ,before-the mirror in savages, soon came near them, mil then and lset sail for Ainboyna Fivo days after
om the l City of the Plague, by .Professor a myrion" reckling chimneys, or whether which'her fairest face bad been imaged lay to,until tho seamen hoisted ashirt as a they left the island, thor canon' foundered), t ;

I con1nilail Vilson,Editor of Blackwood's Magazine. it. wad a' fancy Glenlived-born in my the table at which she [had worked=the signal of amity, and tho savages immedi- I, tho ,8 seamen and the savages were 1
The, air of death breathes! through our souls, eye, the 'ty seemed to me' like a troop of walls on which her eyes had rested in her ately landed on the reef and ruslcd on the obliged to take to the boat thoir Block of

nitedf The dead all round us'lie ; war-hors s, rearing into the air with their gay and her melancholy hours-all, save men, from whom they took thdr clothes provision consisting four cocoa nuts
ailed! day and night! 'the deab ll tolls, gallant rilers.; The singular, boldness of touch and mould of time, as the lived in it and weapons defence,"which tho savages each, und about twelve qunrts of water.-1-. '
itkl By die." 'f the'' hills.lnlwhich, it is, built'and' of the and left it. It was a place for a thousand carried into their canoe then authoritatively In four days after, they arrived (being tho'' "

I n ado .I Iued And says. .,)!l.! Prepare.to .\ crags'and.,mountains which look down up. thoughts. called out' to tin seamen, Gth of December, 18M:) ,) within sight of
be The face'that. in the morning ,sun : it, and the impressive lift of its toweringarchitecturo Tho woman led on.V. C entered another "nwrevial/, morevial" (come to tie wreck,) Lord North's Island, in latitude 3 dog.,3 t
wond'rous.fai. I into the sky, give it altogethera ,roo'm-her chamber.. making these words intelligible b; pointingto mm. ,north, and 131 deg. 20''' min. east.-
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1 thought BO ; a look of!, pride and warlikeness that answers A small, low, bed, with tattled hangings tho ship, to'which they msistel that tho When they came within fivo or six miles
- Hath,faded,;...ere his course was run, peculiarly to the chivalric history of of red ,and figured silk,I toll, ill-ehapcn seamen should accompany tlum. Tho of the island, nearly tvjnty'canoes 'surrounded
Beneath.its golden hair. ,," Scotland.!" And so much ,for the first lookat posts, and altogether a paltry look, stood seamen went into their,boat and accompanied them and knocked every' one of

the"oldf his I'' 'Auld eekie.. I in a room of irregular sbape.IBnd( here, in the savages back to tho \vnck, from I them overboard, and then shivered their 4
late I see ihaiTin grave My fri nd had determined to( Have what all her peerless beauty'' she had slept. A which they took all the fire arms end what- boat to pieces with their war clubs.

ian, With thin locks silvery grey; > he called'a' flare up,' of a Scotch breakfast, small cabinet, a closet ,.merely, opened on ever else! they could carry in tluir canoes' Whilst the savage were knocking their

cub I see the child's bright tresses wave! and we were'set ,down, the morning( after I the right and in'this she was supping( with All the canoes wont away but one, which boat to pieces,the seamen swam from one

h ihu i In the cold breath of the clay. our arrival, at nine, to cold goose, salmon, Rixzo, when he was plucked from her and remained, the savages in which undo signsto cauoo to another, and attempted to' get Into
"U 'f -V I cold beef marmalade,jellies, honey, five murdered.' We went back to tit i audience tho seamen to throw them a rope{ and them, but were repulsed by the mages,'
,eii H The l loving ones.we" loved,the,best, kinds of bread, oatmeal cakes,tea and toast; chamber to see stain of his bliod| on the they would tow them to' land. The, sea until they had completely 'destroyed their
l alelira. ,Like music all are'gone {L and I am by no means sure that that is all. floor. She partitioned it ,oft after his men accordingly throw them a rope, and lK>at. and they then picked up the seamen .. e

And the wan moonlight bathes. in rest It is a fine,'country in which one gets so death, not bearing to look upon t. Again the, savages towed ,their boat until they and brought thorn to tho Island. This'Ul-:

and Their monumental stone. .,, much by the simple order' of 'breakfast{ at -".Poor Mary\ !1" were near tho laud when they suddenly and, unlike tbe ono they had left, la extremely ,I
,uch J' nine.'1 On the opposite side was a nilar closet stopped, and [used such threatening ges- barren and unproductive, producing
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'real But not when the death-prayer is said: We parted after Having achieved it, my ,which served as' a dressing! loom, and tures towards the' boat's :crew, that, theCaptain scarcely any thing but tho cocoa nut,, "
!this The life of life departs; companion going before me Dunbarton thin small mirror, scarce larger than your ordered Mr. Nuto to cut tho rope tree, nnd no animols but lizards and mice. t

eful: 'Theb, din the grave is laid, shire ; and, ,with 'wee callant' for a guide, hand, which she used at her tdl l L Oh foru which fastened tho boat to the canoe. nod Tho inhabitants, about 4 or :5 hundred In i

tabS .Its in.our hearts. ,. I took my way to, Holyrood. I magic wand, to wave bac ,upon that told his men-to pull awal'from her. The number, lend a most miserable".wretched iF 1
eri-. beauty ? At the very foot of Edinboro' elands:! this senseless surface the vision of beauty, it has savages discovered the intention of tho sca- life, amf it is no uncommon thing for many

cui.mu, tAloly.anidnight.vnieewtaWOatra ''.... most interesting 'ofroynl, }1Q.V1CIIJine! reflected. ,. .Jy' ( .'..VV. faun cocoa n/LU r.oiv: iKfr} warL: clubs\\K&\ ,.on\oQ of them tn die of tarvMton.. ,On being .,
essfl Like fragrance fill,the rom, I old pile, though at the first interviev rather ,- t nuts at them, and then Hung'thclrspears landed, the savages stripped the seamen of
. ; noiseless feet', disappointing. It might have been in (From the N. Y. Journal of Co p1erce.] at them. ,With (the exception, 'however wretched rags that remained on them,
And happy ghosts"with ,., the ''or of oho man, whoso face was dreadfully and then them slavesto
lID I sky, which was dun and cold/ it SOME PARTICULARS OF THE LOIS. OF TilE ,apportioned out as
vl Come bright'ning,from the tomb r might have been in'the melancholy story SHIP MENTOR, AND ''scrrERrros AND' shattered, tho seamen sustained no diflercnt masters in the island. Whilst I 1

cu. We know who sends the visions bright' most*. prominent'., in its history, but ::j oppressed DEATH OF A GREATER PART OF 1HE CREW. injury, and got clear of tho land and pulledfor they remained here, they were' treated in

, iat1Jo From whose dear side they came!- } me in its gloom. A rosy cicerone -A month: or,two since! we coped from a the open sea, chased, however, for' several tho most cruel, 'manner, half starved and almost I
hours by tho savages. 'At sundownthe warded to death by their barbarous f
in petticoats stepped out from the porters Canton paper,"a brief paragraph{ mention-
but Wevail our eyesbefore thylight, lodge, and rather brightened my mood with ing the arrival at that port of tvo American seamen again beheld land, and 'reach- tubk-masteru. Somo months after their arrival
D1 ,We.bless our,Saviour's name! her smile and courtesy, and I followed on seamen,. late of the whalo hip Men\ ed it the ensuing day, in a state. of tho utmost I one of them died literally of starva

of breathTherlague.'may } to the chapel royalbuilt; heaven knows tor, lost in the Pacific Ocean. These two exhaustion. tion., :Another of them wan put to death
we'd This frame of dust,.this feeble,. when, but in a'beautiful'state of got'iic ru- seamen; whose names are Horaoi,Holden The {place where they landed was a for Home trifling offence, by battering out i

' ; soon.destroy( ,;, in. The girl went on'with 'knitting, andher and Benjamin II. Nute, .arrivel inNew small uninhabited island about half mile his brains with stone About ten months
in We think on Thee and feel in death well from a larger one. They bad scarcely after their a vessel
his drilled recitation of the sights upon York from Canton on the Ctt inst. after capture, Spanish passed|
ill 'A deep. and awful joy. which thoso, old fretted and stone traceries an'absence ,of hearty five years from the landed when they saw a canoe ;.l pproa.chthem' the Inland, and some of the canoes put oft' "
et s' had l let in the. light ; and I \,alkedaLput United States, during the great part of with two savages in it, who hold upn to Dell her some cocoa nuts, and the Cap-
Dim is the ight"of.vani years: fish in token friendship. ;Tie seamen tain of the vessel l and of tho
and ono
ret : feeding my eyes upon its hoar: which time they had been held in slavery, crew got
flub
la the glory yet td come ; L'' : touching beauty! listening, little till she by the savages of the Pelew. Isloids. Having in return caught a' largo and held it into one,of tho canoes to go on board her,

us O idle grief! 0 foolish. tears! .;' came to the .highs altar, ,and 10 the same learned that the facts connected I with up as an answering signal,and the savages but were cast into the fICa t they then swam .
tho and
inn When Jesus! calls us home.. I". l broad Scotch monotone, and with her eyes their shipwreck and subsequeit historywere then landed anth! came close to Le seamen,with to another canoe, from which they wcro
IIj still upon work"hurried over "something of an interesting cbaractei, we yesterday laughed appeared to pleased also cast into the son, but after being trpa- I
)If Like children for some bauble fair J' ;about Mary\ Queen ofScots." ,,She Boughfon interview with:bem, and the meeting. After some time they made ted In this way'repeatedly, their,tyrants nt '

Jt That weep themselves to rest ill was married,to Darnly.on the spot,where I in a long conversation obtained loin them signs to' the seamen to ,foDow'tbem The and did last took compassion on them and by the

, We part with life-awake't and there stood! The> mechanical guide was accustomed the following particulars went into their canoes. seamen orders of,one of ,their prophet, allowed
did conducted towards the ,
'and were
so; them to be on board the, ship. 'riley'
i>- The in breast! evidently to an: interruption here, dn the 20th July 1830 the J'entor\ sail put, u I ,
,jewel our .. larger Island. On their Vny to it they were never after beard 'o(by their ,corn-
s \ and stood silent a minute or two to give my f fpinions.
ed from New Bedford for the S>uth Seas,, sevcml canoes and
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were: ,surrounded by o Two of,the unfortunate
Mary \ more
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ICIt the usual Poor -
[From the New; York Mirror.] surprise grace. and poor made on a whaling vcyage, witha riplernent chief who'was in one of them sprang fromit seamen soon after died from overwork and I
I had the
feeling
common
I'e PENCILLINGS BY TilE WAY. the ,that thou- of twenty two men, including ne officers. into the seamen's boat and furiously assaulted .. starvation. Holden and Nute were now i
First of Customs probably same ejaculation On leaving New Bedford, the first place 'the Thii seemed to be
Impressions Scenes captain.
Foreign sands have made on the spot,but I bad ne-' the only survivors; ;and I were .reduced to
and Manners. f' they touched at, was the Azorct.1. After a for assiult tho sea-
the
before related the melancholy romance ,signal a general pn such.a state of exhaustion that they couldno .
,EDINBURGH. of ver her life half so nearly It had been the short stay at Ferroll, they continued|pass el ,throughthe l their men, and they'wets attacked on all sides! l longer labor, and were then refused 1 a
r Scotch' Timore Straits, and and ulumately"o\'ctIlOwerid n'rid 'stripped even the oHownnce-of food which -
A Breakfast-4he Castle-Palace ofHolyrood sadness of on hour before-a feeling ,laid scanty
voyage without any thing rem 'kable.oc- naked and in this condition they, were dealed to them.Their
-Queen Mary:=Rizzio aside with the book that recorded it-bow had hitherto been out
r curring, until they passed'A mlpyna) with land. ''On coning on short '
Charles tha tenth. for the brought to only subeistance was now drawn from the .
it was, as it were, a pity and a grief Islands
the intention of gbing to the Titian surrounded Ire women and 1
they were' by of the diposed -
: The old living and 1 felt struck with it as jilt had charity more kindly : "*
It is odd Edinboro'. ,
: an place, If Rizzlo'sha had near the Philippines. r children who seemed to teed them at inoogBt the savages. who DOW end:then bestowed )-, i
town and the new are separated by a broad happened yesterday. advanced in th j month ol of curiofityj; and repeatedly little food but i
and sounded from,'her,chamber, it could nothave It, wasjben extraordinary objectS on them a to inodo- ,
and deep ravine, 'planted with trees seemed scene of living May, 1831, and rot some daysprevloue! to put their hands oi(LlJf m to examine quote |o Jlu'aiO'mture! &that the, three men I
with more tangibly a
level
shrubbery and acroeathison Vrhere
; a the 21st the weather bad kern sh extremely them more minutely. H"" were reduced to mere ttkelHtoos anti ft few
the etreeta on either nide'',strctchesTtbridge "And etor this door_. ; y draggedthe boisterous that they were ',tinabla' 'to take they landed, was a 'platform iretonea. on weiku if ''nut day0, insist have" terminated
of a most giddy height, without which all through they \ the assembled all the lhie.fr oldie
murdered favorite and here, under any observation. 'On the ft of1\101 which were their live, but 'fortunately hip hove in j
communication would apparently be cut ; wor3Cand a tremendous nation who had assembled it determine dad induced( to
weather became'still, sight, and savages were ,put
this stone he ,buried!1"
oft Auld Reekie! itsSlf looks built'ou 'Yes was. storm came on,, which obliged) themto what was to be donewith the'trahgen.-' them on board her, by pronii-e of reward
the back-bone of a ridgy crag, and towers sir. take in almost all their hauls; the gale When they bad deliberated some time, the from the seamen, and the conviction that s;
along on the opposite side of the ravine, "Poor Rizzio !1" who seemed to take
continued end between eleven and twelve women and children they could ho no longer any thing but an
a !
!running upon its 12 story houses to the sky I'm thinkin' that's a', sir o'clock that night whilst the vessel wai a'great interest In tbe seamen began to cry, Incunibrancq to them ; they accordinglyput
I took anotherturn
ID an ascending curve, till it terminates in It was a broad hint, but steering under a clpw-reefuf mam-topsail, which the unfortunate seamen considered them on board theircanoea and brought

the frowning and, battlemented castle, down thejiave pf tbe of old the ruin, and and a back topmast-stay-sail she struck upon >-, as a sign that their fate was determined on them towards] tbo Mp. T iy left the if- :
murder
whose base is literally on the mountaintop another look at tbe scene a coral reef running out from, the near Such was not, however, the case, u the laud on the -- of-| after! redding 1
in the midst of the city. At the foot and the grave of the victim. them of toddy com the dreadful
est ofthe'Pelew Island: savages gave a sort thro three'yea..* In most Itaof.1Avery' ? a y
M the ridge in the lap of the valley, lieskingyroodhouse M And this door.commjnicatctl. 'with. board that I of water" and :'molasses.made\ frorn and every sort of prjvaJion. ,
It wail evident to all on
and between this and the Mary's apartments etine of due after drmkI -
Bacbarine nur
cocoa
; of
1" vessel was I rand must soogo The following letter from tbp Captain
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"Veswye bae it a' the nO irretrievably
castle of which is conducted to the I
runs a'single street part lowered from I big which, they were which took them,from the inland, -i
the I and exit. > to pieces, and a boat way the chip
old Cannongate. ces'8t.'tbe Broadway paid my shilling, cad Ibuel"where the chief
chief town, ,
I her and eleven of the got into it, who I describe their situation, and the circumstance
On inquuy.for the privau apartments, crew them .
of is the ,
the built *
new town, along opposite held another council regarding which befell in with them ,,
aDd
directed another
to held the
the long was council
edge of the ravine facing Whilst this wo being ,
suite of appropriated to beard of.. They in all probability 'Ll 'eT1 v SQth Pec.'1834. t i
rooms '
many windowed walls of the Cannongate, me up to a that seamen were not a little astoa'utied at seeing (
and from every part of Edinboro'these singular the use of the earl of Ureadslbane, and furnished .. perished, as 'it was impossible vela tremendoue .!, a seeming savage run towirdf them! and I. This i II to certify, that, on the 27th; 'dayof
J much like lodgings for a guinea any boat could live long to b the mall Wand,
1834 off
features are conspicuously visible- very eleven of th e I address diem in Engli>>b. On entering >' November ,
A more striking contrast than exibts be- a week -London.. ftorra. The remain ', to conversation with him, they learned thai t commonly called Lord Nortb iby the.En1 .
'ween: these" two parts of the came city "And which was Queen Hary'a chamber crew remained and Kill struggled, though I he was an Englishman, who had deaertet 1! irlicb, situated in kt 3.03 North, and 1 1. ,
?" :1', without a hope to Bare the bip. They cutaway ; t bat board tfie Britteb torque Brt*
could back
hardly.be,imagined. On one side a the la ship more than twenty year 20 on
"Ech air! it's t'ther side. I dinna chow the masts and did every ,thing become last bound we -
uccessioQ of splendid squares, elegant remained on the Island ever since, had to' Canton ,her, .objwryed
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finite houses broad and 'well paved that," ', '*'* .f?' ""* I. *yl. could to right her; but she still lay on Abe r a Chief "end exercised unlimited to-. about tend feyt'u canoes, eonttuiuigupward '1 i
here for T beam ends a helpless mark for the; fury 01 ..
ttrctllcolumns statues,-and i clean aide- 'And what am r brought fluence among tile wvagea. Through tbh, of one hundred 'men'approach
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"Ye cant'yain eif!'! i "J J the wares. Her crew at length gave uj I
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the vessel l, in a calm, or nearly (jo, with (From the Doslon Post. cd
Morning ] ns to fall with
the drop. At a quarter The N. Y. Times. says, U On the an. ,
intention of ; But
Jing coming alongsid EXECUTION OF THE SPANISH befci j eleven, after preparation was -
every nouncementoftUeConsitutionbytheTelg 'T'heC
the email of
complement jBiirteen <; | PIRATES.. com leted, and while they ratio cgr& h, the :American Ensign was hoisted o'uri r
} it was considered moat to audible
pruflent
r [ThursdRy,7Mnelllfl35.: \ ] ': to tli mselves/in ] tone, on old Tammany,and many of our town :
them which fir
off) was, efiectecEby their Marshal
II'r\ cep a feltsix pound shots in a contrtury di Pursuant to previous arrangement Cap. denl irayers, Deputy l Bass cud citizens were thus apprised of the arrival of I2 UnSDAYJ JULY

from the, boats, some'of j which lain Don Pedro Giberf, and Juan Monte ) cut the small cord], which restrainedthe the noble ship. Old Ironsides is dear to the I? To 9.
Manuel\ BJ ring; and the platform fell 'withuteven recollections) and the heart,of American brig aeBSCRIBERa- '
then "Within pistol shot. At the same negro, : Castillo, Angel Gnrci{ and every lion 1'he
of th p
he '
cracking of a hinge. In falling fc \ Courier will
hearing.cries in our own lai Manuel Boyga, were yesterday morning she will receive in connection with be
guage, suspended
Boy 's
chair struck the bodies of week
summoned] to their against herdlstinguishedpassengersandherbrav, e or Wo, to enable
immediate
for the
to bo ,taken on board, the b >at was prepare the C and Proprietor
I execution plain Garcia. Boyga struggled officers and crew n hearty welcome from pair the (
away to know the-cause Tho agreeable to their sentence, for piling press, and make
slight once
returned to the ship and rcpo ted an having, white l belonging to the schooner! after his descent, and Montenegro all chsses of our people. Mr. Livingstonand sary arrangements for the the t--

i American on board one of them., )JO'wus Panda committed piracy, by robbing the did Jind die Castillo but little ; Captain G. amily, weoore, happy! to say, are in i season. : ask remain! ,
the
'tben sent )back,'having strict order; to act Brig Mexican,, of $20,000, and afterwards place not behind quite his so easily, the rope being good icalth notwithstanding the difficulties ] scribers, re indulgence of oar

:with ,caution, and tho man got 'frc n tho attempting to :destroy the crew andy all fend neck. Garcia struggled c fa 8Qmcwhat stormy and boisterous with amid inteihdto renew the public

t canoejnto' the sea, and was, taken ip bq evidence of{heir crime, by setting fire to After most longest-about three, minutes. voyag j.'' bette/means. of answering'theirju
4 the vessel. >eing suspended '30 minutes, the Thj American,(Evening pectauon Those. '
tho ship'Sboat and brought on boart Ho Paper)) noticing fl who are in
then stated in what manner he came here, It is understood} that when the prisoners dead physic ans in attendance pronounced them her aA-ival says:-"She came gallantly up paper, adrertising or job workVi arrears'
nd
and raid they had another of his co intry- became' thoroughly convinced that .there in blue J, i they were cut down, nnd placed to the city} saluted, and anchored in the remit to u orour'Agents.theamJalready ))
c coffins,'in readiness in the yard ., ..
North River '
was no longer,any for off the batterv.. .
mcn in another canoe. I said if we :ould ground to hope a the '-- an ---- 'UI
Jlftef execution ]
was over, Ruiz, con '"Mr.
get some of the boats dispersed, that fevbrynssistnncd furtherrespifo.theycntered into a mutual fined ia his cell Limes-row" and family landed I
should !he rendered for thj lib- agreement to commit suicide on WedneSday attracted considerable attention under a salute from the ship, about 11
(
night Angel Garcia made the first > by his maniac shouts and singing. o'clocl and proceeded to the house INDEPENDENCE.
7 ,erty of the other man Acoordingly they At onel/ of a
: ii'the I time, boldinsr un a niece of blanket.oyga' relativ ; in Greenwich 'The foOl of
did nn. all but three. The ship's boat was attempt yeninc: by trying to open staineJ street. July was celebrated
despatched in .'search, and soon found! the I tho veins'in: edtoft arm,with a fragment i ol. ti with blood, he'gave'utterance "A onsiderable number 'ofi persons fog] town on sit rday idst. The in
his
other mart He was brought board,but t a bottle, b t was discovered before he could the ravings of in a sort .of recitative, lowed Air L., whom, on reaching his reel singing:of a'Psalmmthe exercises We

i ',in a most'deplorable condition, with ''a fever effect his lurposc, and a stricter guard was red bujden Which was-"This is the deuce,'addressed'as follows: dred-readu, tune of Old'J

J ', ,'from,tbo effects of a miserable subsistoncei afterward maintained 'upon'alt of them flaj my companion' died under." "Fellow Citizens, I feel much happiness 1 TTrf or the* >Dec'lLIation' of i

.. ;.: 'ivTItcse two poor fellows "were naktf during tli 'remainder' 9f tho night, and The crowd'assembled\ on this occasion, at your of rrdiut welcome on m 't'etum, and pendencerby: l !i. a.EBq;*...Odee

"' ltuuftr i#huruingeon.! "lTboy.nppeared, 1 everyth', .removed with, which they is estimated at from 20,000 to' 30,000, and beg to studied ou, that during my mission, by S.ED T, sq.-.oration by. Jon* L. I
''',; to bear ait) the marks) of their long servitude, might be Aipposcd to renew any attempt occupied every point that afforded' the I have fell that was due to the dig GETT, Esq. The gentlemen afterwards

; and I:: should suppose. two or three days upon'theis own lives. Yesterday morn least opportunity for witnessing the execu-; nity of my'country;its general interest and at the Court-house., -' dl.

I would have been the end of the last man ing, howl er 'about 9 ,,o'clock, while the t on. The roofs of couple of sheds, contiguous :welfare'. i The Oration .-

taken..on board, but for this act of Provi; avenues QT the jail resounded with the to the jail yard, gave way: beneaththe Three hearty'cheers given, and the and ,, was delivered! in a epic
dence It appears'that these men!were heavy S of a. host of acting marshals, pressure of the numbers Who had seat: people dispersed eloquent! .inanurj and fully aOSWe

,-:wrecked in the ship Mentor the Pelew and the''Jnisy note' of preparation" struck ed themselves on them, and there-'vicero the expectations of the audience'and of

.Islands, and were proceeding' with their solemnly upon the cars of the,,spectators two or three, avalanches of men and boys, DREtDFUL.'TbRNA.Do.-Abo.f5 o'clock friends. The Orator had bat three

commander to some Dutch settlement in within r
,one of the Pclew Island canoes, when they i in inflict'g deep gash on the left side of Tbo sensation created by their fall was the Star.ofthe 20th ult.) tornado Inssed over' resources had not been his,Be,li
"
got to the aforementioned Island, and were ]his neck Wjth. a piece of tin. The pfficer's only appearance of disorder manifested by the town of 'I'isentaway'sboutjtwo miles fallen rich, he must'h,

'detained by tho natives ; and that Capt. [ eyo'had I withdrawn from him scarce the multitud during the ''Whole scene. from New Brunswick, which}destroyed ,short of the just anticipations! of&

t Edward) C.Barnard had got on board'some ly a' rnjnU ;,before he was discovered ]lying One of the proprietors has preferred a ver eVery house but two., The currant Jtvind who had an agency in selecting him..

.ship nnd reached Canton, river shortly after on his pd et, with a peculiar trembling of bal claim against the United St Marshal, proceeded towards the city ofNiw Bruns As.it is, he was brilliant, and interestir

';' tneir,, detention at tho! Island ; which his knee which Induced the, officers to for damaged{done by the crowd to his 'wick, ,and 'made .dreadful hav c in.that and if he,complies with the wishes
of the
Jiave been confirmed by,the different masters examine f any thing had suddenly' hap ehantce t I place,destroying nearly] fifty hotitea. in Lib sembly, (through their : ,
r now at tho port of Lin tin. pened to lim. found him covere hundreds or two, forgetful of the erty I Richmond and SJchuremac streets lien Committee? ,,) wet[,

'. ,The statement given in to me bye two with bloa and near{ insensible ; medical! dapproach of the rising tide, posted ,themselves I The most melancholy part of the. accident that the copy which will'come from t;;

i .;: men runs thus:-That: they were wrecked aid wad ac hand,md the wound Was Immediately quite early' on the foundation of a is the death' of several persons,, i i A'widow' press, will bea'credit'to'the Territory, .

'.May21t,1831j; on.the Pelew ,Islands, and ] sewed 'up,; but Boyga, who had branch of thelLowell rail road,and unable lady -bp the name of Van 'Arsdile, a man well as highly honorable to the writer.

detained".on. Lord, North's., Island Clh'De- fuintcd frlm the losd of. blood.. ----u.-ne've'r rAviv to retreat, as the crowd on shore. i.inerfApcI-------- ,called, Henrv.j -Unnrnnm--._-...',.. r..I.; A _?J The Ode on Sciennn... nH_, linn,. !,? o ut,
U
-cemoer- IHJJ, TJio men's names are JJeo-- cd again. Two Catliolic clergymen, the in density,' they' were compelled to retain I sbipman in the navy,who was juiiuciijr ki led in IIIIU"the; Esq. was executed. with'spirit--6 and"jr o. LaU(

i'jamin' Hill. Nuto and Horace 1J01d n., I Rev.: Mr. Varella, a ,Spanish, gentleman, their position)till the flowing tide came up I street, and a boy named Bayard. Several taste.
should thank any slatpmnstertlow/ in, portacquaintct'lvith and paste of the Spanish congregation.;at even above their' knees. About a dozen I The dtails'oftbis melancholy) accident gentlemen. from St. August-!

( tha, ciicumstances, to con- New Ypr and the Rev. Mr..Curtin, of, were, hemmed into a corner up to their, wecoulduotprocureowing the t: were present. We ,regretted that the Hoi
to
late
,firm i if by his signature, in order to make this city, vero<'in': close attendance upon middle, in mud and water, but no worse {lour of the arrival of the boar. The tornado I Judge Reid could not.attend.' ,His toaatvi,.

. eomo provision for theso-men, should they the prison >during the wbos( morning ; accident happened to them. f rsl struck the town ofMiddlebushand be found below., .

' :'require it. But from,tho .disposition and and at a quarter past ten, under the escort The Spanish Consul having requested swept every,: thing before it.V6 had the Much praise is due .to those who

i (libcrnlity"of those American gentlemen of the, Marshal and' his deputies, accom that the bodies might not bo given to the gale very severe here, but the lightning and the, entertainment. There prepare
coming? forward, that are already acquainted poured them to the gallows, erected one n' Faculty, they were interred last night, un wind to the west appeared to be the it, was 'an abidance
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most all
withtbecircumstances' pci'haps it,will I !insulated angle of lund in the rear of the der the personal direction Marshal Sib- violent. It is singular that such was'' good-and the table'won!!,

bo,unnecessary., At tlio,same timelshull t 1 Jail. Charlestown. Catholic burial ground. at should have occurred at this season a.of storm the tempt any lover of a fine banquet..

) Jib tijwilling{ ,to draw up,any! form, or, in When the procession arrived at the foot year, and we apprehend that we shall hear A cotillion party in the evening closed li
jiinyYotbor s way that.I may 'forward theirviowsj of the ladder, leading up to the platform of The being no murder I committed .with further ravages.' ceremonies.

, according; to the opinion of their tho gallows, the Rev. Mr. Varella, looking I the piracy e laws of the United States Extract of a Letter REGULAR TOASTS.

Pr American! friends. I should hope that every directly at Captain Gibert. ,said-" Span do not authl) rise tho Court td order the "We from New' Bruhswick. 1. Tha
t i vessel' passing in tho direction of theaforementioned iards, ascend to heaven." Gibert mounted bodies! to be given to the'surgeons' for'.dis- whirlwind were and visited' last evening by a of 76, make day the we celebrate-May the spin

i Island, passing any of their with a quick step; and "was followed by)iis section. ;; done considerable water spout, \y ich.has. terity. day. ncr..,hallowed bjp}O!
boats, ,vlu glf a'tkeru alriflo. I them court ldev 4Jrftorw -, fjrVV( damage. Two persons I
gave m niViluranrpaCc, with b'nveheard
from
.
the best'au certainly) -killed rind 2 The thirteen
: } several original ..
vbat article those out the 'wo\IrYded.-Dr. State. Tb>
two indication
perceptible
men thought most of hesitancy. thorny, wlich may be implicitly relied Janeway's the wisdom to yJU
.iueficiaf[. and -should have held a closer Boyga, unconscious of' his situation and and whoihad it',direct from Perez that on, jured./// The house/among others,:much in rights, and.the valor understand to and assert )then
storm
maintain
them.
communication with them, had I been better .- destiny, was carried up in 'a chair; and when Garcia, was ordered 'on' board three extended Middlebush,, 3. The
the miles from
here Signers of the
maned and armed.t seated beneath) the Mexican ; where much dam- Declaration of Inde,
,
rope prepared for him he asked De +
Soto'"if the crew 3 \ nsdoneacidalsoto pendence-That patriot band ,
t t IIENRY'SIIORT; Barque Britannia. Gibert, Montenegro, Garcia' and Castillo, were to td: despatch Do Soto replied half e the village piscataway*--one partedbut'their works remain have all de
'. all smiled suddenly as they took their -"No da not touch destroyed. the a beacon
From Canton they were brought home ap 'a hair of their heads oppressed.

'. in.....an* *American.. .' "vessel, and, arrived ,here only pointed from stations, fta..1a, on.the nipmriinm. (platform.... 'Judging.nj .. cia-for SIIYlri hunan* W life>nln!is 't.
"i --- - *" .... -- alone in his
om 01 \ uuu UH" -- uiesseu witb .
embarrassed rnev.U': 4 --1'- '" cuia uon t the most ,favorable weather. glory; "
eye:ns he'gla9ced.it.? at the
: During'thelr residence on the 'Islands Midsiimmer is Iteroes'of
two and
the
J ,'they learned the languages of the mechanism surrounding of multitude his shameful e, and ,surveyed the I 'Perez also said that Montenegro refused begin \\o feel that past it i i3 Summer.we scarcely'There yet is nSlS in deeds of noble daring.'tion Revolution-Une..
death to
'inhabitants of each, which ,he might goon hoard the Mexican till Capt. Gi no error so general 6. The '
!ifTerenU There is' also lore'etlSentially have well been mistaken for an officer in i bert fire ned to shoot him.' that'' yet so groundless, as surviving Soldiers of the RevobcounT '
t t 'in their a vast difference attendance, instead_ of one, of the doom 4 southern o( northern people, who ascribe to rtbld flowed freely for then
which I :
appearance may be attribu ed. With regions, a degree of heat in country
the parsimoniously reward
t exception of sum
his
repeat ARRIV4 or THE UmxEn them.
ted STATES
to the one leaving sufficient food and FRI- mer, proportioned to their
:tho:other being half'3tarved. In one la- spoke ing his but prayers after the clergyman, he BATE CITTTIOW.-. cttc York;June 23. equator. The ancient opinion contiguity of the to the' sJ. The six Ex:Presidents
httle.
Soon -The of the United
after United
he SUItes pe
l' tnentable particular! the of both Islands ascer J Frigate' vonthtutioi m, pie Europe -: and
savages tained Ins was, that at the S Y"i just Governors dgrcnonfpSnWh
position the be left arrived of( the bar ecjulitor, amp- ; name
: are completely alike stage, it-i yesterday' afternoon mal life imilst : .
namely, a total 1 and '' soon become extinct 8e chaUe
passed over to the where she'came!' under memory justly
where ,
,spot the to
and entire ignorance of the true God.- ap anchor, the wind being the consuming influence of
1 They believe;' however, in a Supreme Be patently)ifele.1J.oJ art was seated on the unfavoralie to come into port. Our news Tho'light'ofscieoce and the vertical. sUn The President'o f the
chair be bent vet United Statel-At'
< his shoulder( and boat bonded her and experience of A
ing and have idols kissed that Mr. [
to representhim, which bun affect He reports LIvINGSTON travellerl, have, partly;dispelled this illusion of earthly elevation.
very onately. UJ'late
then
: ore made about the size and appearance of ed his station but resum ) Minister to France, and bud still it exists; 'in a modified form- 9. The United StatesUnited stand
occasionally'turned family.aftBU well we ,
.a human on board. ''The In
being. These the divided
idols Constitution mind
are kept i in round to Mr\( of a northern man the idea we fall:
huts built for the Peyton the interpreter, and lefttPlymouth, Eng. on the ICth intese of
purpose and at certain{ the of Debt is always associated Florid&-lIer(
;\ clergymen. Addressing his May and bf f with that of numbers but'
small
periods their priest or prophet goes into the followers!, course has brought no later a southern climate : hncreaeing| "e ,
l he liaidDo rand
''hut we are going to die but news froirEurope than before received.j j ; yet we venture'to ,
accompanied by the people and ad- ; : say that jvhile i '
1 let us be firm, d'r wo are Officers of. we-are writing this 11. The Governor of
: ,
'Florida
i 'dresses the idol in some innocent. To Mr the Constitution.-Jesse para -A loss to
D graph
'end whilst he is sort of gibberish, leyton, ',rerno\ ng his linen collar and Elliott, EsJ. Commander; J. the mercury stands in tbe:thermometer Tennessee, but again; to us..
doing so 'the he- B.1\Jontgom. at least five ,
,
: 'lieyo: that he is holdinga,conversation people' with have banding i it<; to h/m/ he said-"This is all I cry, 1st Leutn Francis Ellery 2d do; W. of New York, than degrees it'does higher in' the city 12.'Internal improvements; the best mean
''God. '' to part -take it as C. NicbolbOn 3d m this place. developing a
.Thin continues for a keepsake. doJ3. C. Hutledge4th 1 country's resources-Succew
' '. and the people leave the'a hut few and minutes this Good bye, bro, icr, we die in ,,the hope of do, G. F.1' arson 5th do, L1\I. Powell Gth [Pensacola Gazette. Rail to the Florida* Peninsula: and Jacksonville;
f is d > Road.
) l' the' meeting you n heaven: l\ontenegroand do', F. A.)Ifeville 7th do James
only sort 'of ; Ferguson DEAR irrn _
CHEAP. .. ,
prayer1 or worship Garcia Venison
they !
'have amongst them. The Islanders believe though jxhibitingno terror; vocif Master: J.)1. Ifon-ion 2d do James bn D d' being privileged in.'E'ngland 13. The ladies f orida-Of all her peer.

, 'tho Americans aro a 'Superior order of beJngs ricans crated their mi ocence, exclaiming, Ame-- Surgeon ; enryEttingPurserJamesEv; ed by the working game classes, can seldom be tast less.flowers they arethe: loveliest.
-
,' who dwell trot: upon the earth and we ire ; ot capable/-we are inner cent; but 'we f { ; yet,
.fgive all those Marines notwithstanding!
scan:create who have ; T. Sloan, 2d. do. Passed By the President Col. -1da
every thing necessary for their] Injured.uSo. r Assistant great excellence and low price James Dell ;;
&ogle
the I
addressed j of En the
wants. ,' particularly iron,' which held in an individud. himself u Surfeoq, Isaac Drinkerhooft"; Ass't glish mutton, the former is apology required by the Peers of tb*
whom he do J French
.the great at,estimation by the recognized in the R. \Vardsworth: ; J. E. Dow, Professor object of the festive constantly the Nation,of the President of the United
.*-'Apart of their religion which Baragoa is considered front the officers below the. stage, 1\ratberr.i : .fe.51'-. Prince wHnjnan- most classes ambition of even the I states, be made at tie mouth:of our cannon
A and needy
of the
rankt.dieu
{ : .* y frieud-I shall Tee population. This By Jos.
j indispensable consists der'sClerkigeorgeAThotnns' B. Lancaster ,
in Pursers mattoi Fresh
ill- *a most ,curious. manner., the front tatooingin of the 'you -I do not-- ,-.. .I'A'_' .an..... .............A'w ..u. J _.'_ouc- -day- became* a 8Ub.ttcrotCtm- dr leDtIn-.JI'_.._.1. EM itlVice.l .
about 6.aWW&i oerw ;en the lions avuagrrenovnuBf
from the dli as.to have the Americans PlU8t.d"Yid aipmtn'-J..F. brothers-Rothschild mlLy-thp'"e"'o the welfare r
person ehst downwards,and DuncanJas. th e immense) regard
this l
! tMuk I Rome
1 ceremony was Inflicted ,on'the seamen in 1 them 11 guilty (c u'P' We.)) All of I1eOderson, .T' Muse, Charles Stead- "Yet wealthy be the Jewish"stock brokers rather than the glory of Cesar.

so hldo'and ''bnrbarous a'manner, M tQ! nl. .intelligence} CP Tof seed De great satisfaction at the man, J. 'V. evere M. Lewis, J. w. of hem, "d the ree6hun. said one State By ?' Eddy, E><1- 2d Vice President-
most kill them. Soto'a reprieve. Cooke, J. F. ereer, 6. C. Darton. prefer de vent poor starving clashes Rights we. already have, ,,Nullification
.''! 'Before c o.Sing.tbis) The Marshal having read the warrant rlfutahip R L. Tilgham, G. W. much better n to de mouton, vitcb is so we will never have
article it nd '
, 'amiss to that Messrs., 1I0JJen may not be for their execution,anti stated that De Soto Randolph' J. .. Lewis, O. T. SincJair F. the other, "it irJh bedash sheepert"i "Vy said nl E*' """wThe: Orator of the day-

i :Nut, ,, Inentioni lost all the Duct was reapkedtiforGOdays, and Ruiz for 30 P.1lotan, B.lt. ShattucklY.Rockendorfi, dish vaJd do rash aU the peopl in rinn f fine specimen of cleaner land

:possessed by their unfortunate property sbinVrecJc they the roped were, adjusted round the Deck of, F. F. Iingerty)J. N. MafBt, F. Oakes T\v'' vat ish sheep" prefer vat ish deer to I and civil learning, ,with modem, brUUanc/,

and have Jost their health from ill-treat} ,, the prisoners and .a slight hectic flush B. Newtons S.p. Trenchard,'Eo E.. Rogers eloquence. ,
during towdavery spread over the.countenance of each : but A.H.Radford.. Jenkins. THE NEW YbR* CUA.Ls.-The Hon. &meta mond Reid,District Judy,
'at 62 Cherry-street and are now residing noun; eye quailed, nor a limb trembled, BoaI"am..nobert: [ Whittaker. Argus states, an an Albany (W.hd, to join in the celebn-
evidence
11 ,turn to their friends are anxious to re- nor a muscl quivered.. A. the was Gunner..T. Ripley. : he Progressiv increase not only of \ion) being Prev nted by business, adores*
after such a long ab about cap of the business of a note the
!;,. to be drawn over Gibert face Carprotr-N. C. L'Homedieu. the iit0 President of the day enclosing
but have
flence the
not the means to do BO.mm Spanish but of the the following toast .
Priest Pa.r"tngtrl-Franc -
..." fervently embraced him Lippitt{ Esq.> Keasarsss
of J
:lnponii.vr PicrTlw schooner,AU face and during of the others the operation? of. cov 'ring the New York. and Passed. MidshipmanWm. great staple of flour,xSS the M vmted and tojjacksonville she "luccted!I-Let t her'citiJenJ

'I. ..bama arrived the Rev Mr. Curtin rs and coiree
at Cleyeland on the 7tb ul ., vancecl to tl40 ad. her ; By :John Rodman'The: Constitution
t>y'the'V and (Canadian railing of At eta .and read nearly trebled the
) canal, around a brief dedanuion' 5 OLD F&IElfPsDurind the last visit of Zi. United 8tate.-3; : ay the people 'of
on behalf
'the ore
FaJls Niagara,from Oswego prison tho U. S. 77 State Uiu .
Lake tad o
on ers, addressed ship Spates Territory of the
to rUnited Your
0 at
>e citizena of S'4'L"'fG.

America : rigidly
tSomeofthenackarcswroonly Copt, D.uuGES.--nuee) thousand and observe this Comb*
strictly
Daces :;
I assembled format
? Iron ow YoWc. Th&u said to bi they had declared, settiag W1 that IUIthe trial Cuerriere came Into that commander ,of the tivo hundred pounds sterling'were recent. lion, and cherub in;their hearts the"Publican pyre
port >
n command
iris[ qufekestpassago: ever known from New did now r innocence so they of the ]EnUsfc line of little Iy recovered- by a liIiaa Wood of a Mr. Tile principleaToidin at a ill oe.
continue to do Dork Edinburgh
rorfc\to Cleveland. GO. chip Hurd, in democr&ey +'
; Only BOJcentJ: ftDd cap he London for a breach of and lequaUy vile atietar
ninrlnxl per rope adjusted CUI ho immediately, upon his iotroduc of promise 'and Jacobinlam i
sat
> rote of supported by ion marriage, The breach
.
.. Da, transportation. to ,
an officer Cap alJ4rd. 1I'e
in the chair quirod after his opme. was
in
which old! this By Judge 8 ,
,> wa eo plac- OJI (iitnd, lIvlL ante better for the fair{ono than the rille-It alith -The town of Jae kfr
.
observance fcrextennv ff
would,hare InUIt ere long* dUtinguUked
'10 prowd), I ita
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.... it Js already eminent, for enterprize, CINCINNATI' June 13. RAIL ROAD 'I I
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-- NOTICE. ,
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.. .,' TRIAL .DR. JACKSONVILLE
\ spirit and hospitalityriol or EEclIlm.-A highly interesting .
John Warren, President of the Legis- and exciting trial among there* 'j AND TALLAIIASSEE'STAGE. ,

. .tfVe'Council, who' was prevented from atmiance ligious portion of our community is now "
t ding on account of sickness in his family, in progress in this city, before the Presby

addressed a note to the Pre8lde of' the day, tery. The Rev. Dr. Wilson, of;\the 1st undersigned Commissioners give no. ;
following toast r77he THE
enclosing the Presbyterian Church ba3.preferred articles i; that
to
pursuant the Act entitled
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' Florida-tt.ch: i"the lux- ''II
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Territory of of impeachment against'the Rev.Dr. Bee- An Act to amend an Act incorporate the I Publio informed ,
the and are that line of
of her climate, ehter4 .ze On 11th inst. at 9 o'clock THE a
Saturday A. M.
rate of her citizens, and in her resources cher, of the 2d Church. We understandthat FLORIDA PENINSULA AND JAotsoitviitic, : RAIL' Barouches will' run between
fleer hospitality wealth and happiness.; Dr. Beecher is charged with leing too WILL be sold at Public Auction, (if not ROAD COMPAN,"aporoved February,1835, Tallahassee and Jack onvilIel to leave this ';
of for' Committee latitudinarian in his doctrines, guilty of disposed of at prirate sale]) that the Books will be again opened Jacksonville place every Mond'Y.o':
' Bv Col. Mills, Chairman of the hypocracy, &c. but not havhig teen ableto at the store of Blanchard & Rider, Bay-st at the store of I.D. Hart,Bay-street,,, uTForty pounds baggage will be allowed I

'Ua1ieati of Anangements.-lIon. J M. White- attend the trial), we nro not infermed of The following property, belongirg to the on the 4th day of May, and continue open to etch passenger,and for any greater weight, j
Our able und talented Delega. from Florid the particulars. We believe this Estate of Elisha Whidden, decease? vii:- until the 1st day August next;to receive ono cent per pound will be charred for every i' +ii.
J juste ,[3 times 3.] to be the 1 Chaise and harness, (nearly new.) subscriptions for stock tocarrysaid Rail Road ten miles. t
; fifth time that Dr. B. has been i\1 f
Johns' arnigned at 49 Drab Hats round into execution. '
River
C. Hoyt.-St. -May tops.
Dr. !UFare each .
for through
Br $25.
the '
her flood be emigration", and he eblY,the exportation instance of Dr. W. upon similar charges 49 pr Calfskin Shoes. By the 8th Section of this unendatory Act,, waYi. 11ARRIS. :
!ease from all of which Dr.Beqcher has here 13 Buff
of our products.By j pr Brogans. the subscribers, for stock heretofore taken,, Jacksonville, Jan. 14. 3tf' I.
of If' L. Currier.-The Army of the United tofore, emerged with honor.-[Whig. 16 Violins, !astd. some first" rate. have a prior right to Subscribe for the same H. I

sons of our ounby, will 8 German Flutes. amount of Stock on the New Books. \,
States-The fail to gallant efend the, liberties. purchased PEACH TREES.-The Princeton (N. J.) 9 Chaise Whips. '8 ISllIIlII'D.3MRTt CONVEYANCE FROM\ \\ ;

never.the blood of Revolutionary lathers.By Whig it is estimated that Mfa mil. i 11 Hair Seives. JAMES DOLL, JACKSONVILLE TO ST. 'AUGUSTINE. : !
by collars '137 Brooms. > f
Rider.-Enemles t. Rail roads- lion worth of Peach Trees were de- W. J. MILK, !
Wm.
in 1
Urn.
Ihre stroyed by the intense ,of last Copper STEPIIF. I'DDt
be obliged to travel ojer cow-trails, cold winter. II Forks. '
, May they Hay 103. B. LJl C.1ST.lR.
Not less than
and ride ,bare back,on M.ul s. t > 50,000 trees had been destroyed 1 Desk, containing sundry article :
Jacksonville March
Illlnd in Monmouth 31.1 14
county alore.THS .
Marshal ofthe Our 18 Toasters. "
By C. Merrick day.- i
; forefathers of 1776 4 Axes.: TIIE Subscriber will runagooj Barouche \
< and distinguished ,
9 eDn who worthy fought and bred fdr 6u>Independence.:"- N hvi:. The Na, lCojDmissioners 4 Oil Cloth Jacket and.cloak TO, TilE CITIZENS 0 1 DUVAL good Horses from Jacksonville to f '

May their memory grow-brighter and bright. have advertised for timber for eight 74s, I .4 Gold Rings., COUNTY St,, Augustine, once A. week} to.: l leftyethis f

er in every Amencan bosom, as each revolving eight frigates, and ten sloops of war, to be 3 Broaches, and sundry other articles. : UNDERSTANDING tliat.rporta are in place every Monday
'dine I year brings round the glorious,anniver- furnished by the 1st of Aiigust 1836, at the i VILLIAM RIDER, Adm'r. I my appointment as St Augustine on will the evening tt.helwe day

BUY: Navy-Yards at Portsmouth, Boston, New' Jacksonville; July 2. 2w27 Light-house Keeper will inter!re with my Returning- leave St. Augustine on i
and
Wednesday arrive
morning, at this i
piriteiofli Rider. The friends of the York, Philadelphia and \orfolk. duties as representative of the County, ,u place t '
By Emory i on the evening of the same day V, '. I
$5000 REWARD. elected, and that I should not (
and Jacksonville Rail probably) get
Florida
road-May
OJ'Forty
;re pounds baggage .will be allowed r
Thirteen head of the Vault of the Bank of thl necessary leave of absence to attend to J
but cattle
oft"steam firing belonging
they not'blow keep' up. to WHEREAS, to each passenger,and for any greater weight, L '
By C. C. Blanchard.-Our Delegate in Francis )R. !Sanchez,Esq. of Alachua county -: this city, has been forced friends Legislative for duties-I whose beg and to sty t'o my confidence old one cent'pe pound will be charged for every tr
rfoi and robbed the above reward post : present
of FIVE
died last miles. '
week from the open ten
of the
defender RhuaToxicodtndron
-The able rightsof ) eating e '
I
Congress in entertain the .
me mat
THOUSAND DOLLARS will be for profound (
nena paid proof to I
} the whole people.: familiarly known by the conviction of the Robber ana recovery of the consideration, that if again ele-ted, .I will ,.OFore: each way,$5.
havtios. By 'J. 'Bisbee.-The Mayor of Jacksonville names, oison vine,poison oak, be. amount The public are lureby cautioned serve them ; and every thing ii, my power H. Il. PIIILIPS. l",, t
'
' -A faithful servant' may he always be [Herald. against, receiving any of tie.Bills of this shall be done for their welfare. If for the Jacksonville, Feb' 2. ; Ctf i M !

esteemed as such. Branch, and of tue Mother link, in which is purpose of attending the Legisltive Council I ,
'
By A. J.; Philips.-:Our country ,and ourcountry's Commodore Dallas has been appointed the principal amount lost. Holders of Bill cannot be obtained iron the proper NOTICE TO TRA VE. LEnS. '' I
sting by the Navy Department to succeed Com. will please present them vithout .delay- authority to be absent, (which I co not anticipate I "
cause.
lieurathe and HenleyJ i deceased, .on the West India sta such as they have; as the old emission" will be ) I will resign. ,my'appointment, as Lighthouse
shoes
Dell. Short
J. long I.
By Philip tion. F FO" Keeper. .
I et be called in. The amount missiig consists of-:
of freedom.By .
to the enemies
corns Your fellow
Bills payable Principal Bank :j. citlen1 '
Blanchard. The President of, the There will be a Quarterly Meeting of JOHN I
A. In $100 bills, $15,000do' VURREN. will be a regular conveyance,for
1, I the Methodist E. Church held in this I THERE
United States. place 50 u
17,000do once a week from St. Mary's '
Hon. Jos. M. White- on the 18th and 19th inst. We wish the 20 u. NOTICE. Geo. Pablo St. I'I '
By H. H. Philips.- 20,000do I by to Augustine; toleva Bt.. !'
:ddy May his past services''never be forgotten. friends and brethren of to obse aad-ve the Friday 1,2,3,5. and $10 bills, 14,000 SIX Weeks from this date, I stall Mary's every Wednesdayuat k, Py N, r) !

By R. Bigelow Esq.-The land of liberty, previous1 as a day Fasting Prayer. Judge''of the County Coirt olpDuvalCounty and, arrive at Pablo next day, 't\ \ i
JOHN L. GERRY
P. E.
atine may,it ever, remain the land of the brave. $00,000 for letters of Administration on the Persons, who wish to avoid a night 'exposure :. I
Bills payable at Savannah Branch, Estate of SAMUEL S. BIWWl1'Walate'of on the water,will find very comfortable 4 1
lion We are unable to give all,, the, toasts, andwe DEATHS. I II mostly 10's and 20's 17,600 said County, deceased. accommodations at Fernandina; at Mr. A. '

twill {trust that gentlemen'will not blame us I I payable Milledgeville' 1,422 BENJAMIN THOMPSON. Dias. 'and can leave Fernandina the next I<

for their omission. In this' town, on Monday last, Mr. John U Ph nix bank,N. L.York, morning and arrive at Pablo the lame day- I
McKenney, a native of Ireland,and formerly in $100 bills, ] 5,000 May 21, Cw21 They can leave Pablo every Friday morningat I I
>Jared And now for the moral-The oftener the of the U. S. army,aged about 30., 41 various 255 4 o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at t U,

undo citizens of a'Republican; Government. call to 1,755 WANTED. 1).M. same day; leave St. Augustine every '\'i

Olllli mind their obligations' and think of their.du PASSENGERSPer Marine and Fire Insurance Banl 113 'I N a small family a good Wench, 'who understands Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same day. I I

ties and privileges, the more will they love Steamer Florida, from Savannah, Mrs. Planters' Bank, Savannah, 5,175 : cooking For such an one, the Passengers>> wishing to visit St Augustine, :. :
Rivers; 1 111. the Constitution which folds them in its rich Waldburgh, C. Downing L. Thompson, J. Specie,-Half Eagles, 1,000 is made immediately. Fare from St.*Mary's by Pablo to St. Angus M I

,bosom.v! Lyttle, Ealls, F. J., A vice, J. B. Geillie, J. Quarter 5,000 Inquire at this office. tine $5. From f St. Augustine to Pablo $3. 1i i I l
Oliver, J. H. McIntosh. Mexican Dollars, 0 I, 1,000 July !2. 27tf There is also a safe ,boat which will ,'rim l
(HP It is reported that a party of the Semi-, Silver Change, 300 once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville } and : .

,pint nole Indians, t bout a dozen in number,) under MARINE JOURNAL.yAa A liberal reward for any: portion.; FIELD HANDS
pot the Chief JUMPER, recently went: to St. Apply to RAWI KING, Dollars a month will be paid, boat on its return from St. Mary's and the I s
President of the Branch Leak of Darien. stage as it arrives from t"A t usjllne. Fare
.JL..monthly for five 4&g L EuLUlaudt, '
lai ytjtyMaplia4.TeJlahusee,: ,,.and.declared .;orJacssnnvuLE.IiULT {). : "Sannnah,7une T, 183P'! emu' and Fifteen Dollars, for n Good no J'toeghmcn.JOSIIUi1 < from I'ablo to Jacksonville *T. All fart to i I

heir their intention, '(by an' interpreter,) I be'paid at Pablo CJ TAYLOR. ,I ;

to burn the two former places,and expressedtheir 15. ARRIVED-3d days from New ,York schr, with Amanda U. S., Walpole troop i: NOTICE 'May 14. t HICKMAN 2w20 O"The Mail boat will lead Pablo for St.Mary's ". "

nde- determination n not to submit: the direction 7th, Steamer Florida,Hill,from Savannah.'CLEARED ., IS hereby given, thai the Bopktfor receiving every Tuesday and return on' Thur. I ,j
de- subscriptions to thecapitalitock of the day. The stage, leaves ,Pablo every, Friday "
of Government-as'to their removal. -Cth schr Girard Dewell for NOTICE.
nto "SOUTHERN LIFE INSURAfqE AND for St. Augustine and returns on the succeeding r
They,had, '(previous to their threats,) purchased Charlestown.9th TRUST COMPANY," will be o ned ,at the SIX Weeks after this date,application will Sunday Cm3 '*: I:
Inds 'whiskey and some ammunition; and Steamer Florida, Hill, for Savannah.7S7 office of Thomas Douglas, Esq. i the Cityof made by the subscriber, to the lion. ,
St. Augustine on the second l lay of November orable the Judge of the County Court of Du DRY GOODS GROCERIES I '
AC
having three canoes, started for Tampa Bay. !<
\ E are authorised to announce the name next, at 10 o'clock, A. I. and will val County, for letters of administration on t
DFola They"vere'intercepted by a small number of T V of COL. JOAN WARREN. as a Con- be kept open from time to time 'y, adjournment the goods ,chattels, rights and credits of WHOtEIALZ: AND RETAIL, \

United States troops in boats, and followedby didate to; represent the County of Duval, in: until the whole of,the stok: shall be llOl&1Ti LOW, JJl.J&,. deceased, of Nassau Subscribers keep constantly on hand, .

them, when they leaped over board, and the next Legislative' Council for this: Terri- subscribed; not thirtylays. County. I CHARLES SETON. TilE offer for sale, on u good terms as '. s

!ieir tory. May 21. LOT CLARK: May 23, 1835. 6w22 they can be had at l.4y.tor. in Florida,' the IollowingrlicJes
; the Chief is, said to be ,
escaped Jumper, '
ads
ROBERT RA (MON) REID, ( viz t :

high in influence with. the!.Nation. 1 THE friends of ROBERT BIQELOW THOMAS DOUG LIS. N OTICE.,' DRY GOODS.. i, ; I )

ted that'the United of him as a in Candidate to representthe .Commaiioners.! Weeks after date, shall apply to the Broadcloth., Cosilmerei, Sattinetts) and '
the In a former No. we stated County Duval, the next Legislative June 2d, 1835. 23 SIX
Council. Juie: 4.. of Duval CountyCourt, for letters Negro Cloths, red,and white Flannel '. '
en. States Mail:was to be carried twice a week of Admfnitrationt on the Estate: of AARON bleached, brown check stripy and 'plaid' f

from this place I to Tallahassee.'The correspondence 'HENRY HARTLYannouiieshim. NOTICE. HEMMENWAY, deceased.CHESTER. Homespuns, Calicoesambrie.., Muslins,

.Atad on the subject, was had between MR./ as'a' Candidate to represent the *D Y:An act passed by the Legisllive Council BISBEE. Silks Gloves, Hoisery, 'Ac. &.. t

the contractor and,Mr. Barry, as Post Master County 'of Duval. in the' next Legislative. J-and> approved of this by Territory the GovernorFeb., at Its lit session 14th, Jacksonville, May 10.. Cw21 IARDWARE.Cookiuqparlor ..,

General,who has since left the,department. Council for this Territory 1835 the Subscribers were appealed Commissioners ,and box 8toyes'Bn,, and ?!
Mandarin, June 20. SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. common Tire Silts Lamps, and Candle '
to Books and rceive subscription -
His,successor Mr. Kendall 'declines- open i
,
,
JUt Cil Guns broad and ,
for the stock of Bank to be located BARGAIN Sticks, Percussion !", ,
a GREAT 'offered i in the
the former and waitsto NOTICE.ALL ,
ceding to arrangements, A narrow Axss, Adze., Hatchets, Hammers.Augers ;
in this Town to be called HE BANK sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West and
to see whether it can be done consistently. persona are cautioned against taking OF JACKSONVILLE.In Shoveli, Door-latches, Butts '
Point diameter of Centre Roller
Note of hand,drawn in favor of Isaiah Foundry; Screws &c. &e. .
When this will be decided is:quite'uncer- D. Hart, for one hundred and fire dollars; pursuance of which the Subscribers two feet two and a half inch,and two outer ;
tain. date date ones, one foot ten and one fourth inches FURNlTU.RE. |/ s t''
atM payable thirty days after ,,bearing hereby give notice, that the Boat for Subscription
hun with Iron cogs, points, &c, as also a set of Sofas, and Couches, work,caMftoHbland;
The Pablo mail has not yet arrived,-but October eighteenth, one thousand eight for the stock in said Bnk, will be I i
lie and Elijah R. Kettles from the noted Founlry Scotland, dining Tables, Withstand, Looking Glasses
dred and thirty-four, signed by opened in this Town, at the Couiting-Room
continue closed. is it isis
As the old saying known by name of the Carrai Foundry, war.rantedend'proof'asmalleabbIron. Bedsteads&c. &. i'V
Tucker and Thomas Suarez, as ::1 intend of' Messrs.; Blanchard & Rider ,corner of :''', : .
,r- "flat aa a pancake," and appears very never to pay said Note. Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 lock,A, M. 'The'ca- GROCERIES & PROVISIONS., '
?
unwel1.tt THOMAS SUAREZ. on the fourth day of May next. pocity of tbe'grand Kettle it ,three hundred Sugar '
_' and d graduated to Coffee,Tea, loaf and brown ?BottleCider .
gallons ,
Jacksonville 1835. 2w27 W. J. MILLS proportioned '
July, Port
Champaif ne Claret, pod SherryWines'
th set all of ,
UNITED STATES TROOPS.-The schooner WILLIAM ItIDItSTEPIEN sixty gallonsbeing! four tc ; Oil e
'
Lamp
l' Amanda, Capt Walpole, arrived here ,on 20,000 LBS. ,OF BLACK, MOSS EDIT. contain which, with thirty Coolers hogsheads, Vats of, aId 13 t Cistern will, be to Flour; Ricej SpiCe corn Soap,- pilot ,ea4., 'Tobacco....1104 ;

lied the 3d inst.from New York,with a companyof WANTED, ISAIAH, D. HA IT. disposed of, u applied for sh* 'or at least Pork,Codfish Mackerel, Salt,.>b. 1'otaioes> ra y
Camnutumert. "Y.
the above "nJ clime ito. *
ol
Subscriber will pirchase Inttsr, : r
U. States recruit, dosttned for Camp THE ve_ cent below feist
twentl.
,Jacksonville E. F. per ,
of Black Moss, if delivered in April 2J15.NOTICE. '
.... -ALSO-f1
4.I King. They were under the eharite'OrCapt. Savannah precious to lat"\ ctoberta Urge i,- f r A line directed to E. B. C&, on Sid on l
(
)
Kdgefy and left here: land the Plantation McIntosh peorgia, (as Drugs, e 1cin.J.anc1.PaJa..A. varietyof
or Jtjy on morn or small. quantities. County, Crockery: and Glass Wan. Books ana '
W.MORRELL. r slice's Court Manager,;) will be attended, ",
ing of the 4th inst. J. THE subscriber will bold Stationary, a large assortment of \Vhi
- We understand they are to take the placesof Savannah, June 17.w 4w27 the Office of O. M..D,rtnan,.Esq. (in March 12.! 411 Drab, and Black), Hats, Caps Boots and .
Jacksonville, on the last Saurday in each 4,
Shoes-together with a variety of other *rticlss. -
II those soldiers whose term of enlistment is NOTICE. month. ,In my absence, anbusiness left TREASURER'S NOTICE.TREASURER'S '
>,
bont to expire. l aWe THE subscriber having leen appointed with Mr. Dorman, will be Jloictuall.tund-n BLANCHARD & RIDER. : .t
.. >
on the Elate ofEUSIIAWIUDDEN ed to. STEPHEf EDDY. OFflCE. Jacksonville Jon. 1,1033. t '
J sometime since, noticed in our columns deceued-herEbyreque.ta. all Justice
1 that'the schooner Cassian, Capt Adams persons who are indebted said Estate, to I. Jane 3; L 23tf. B.Y'an act passed 2ut Nov.nber, '12); it Qj* N. B.-Coih Dee p/Jd' : for Cotton.. Ui4 VHorns .\
all ,Tallow, : Skins Fun Beeswax. : s
make immediate .
p&yment-GPd persona
that BondisiMuUd
,is provided all by i
had been out from Philadelphiafor I !' '" "**"
long
, who have any claims on the Estate are requested FOR BOSTON Auctioneers,shall be forwarded >y the Judge Mow, Orange ret &O, .
this port. She has not been heard of and to present them for settlement lE fine Pa-ket .l'Schooner of the Count Court to the TreuMrer of the ld B. dk IGs1. II
a ,
there can be no doubt that she is lost The WILLIAM RIDER, Adm'r. .6 T GEORGE AID. MARY, 100 Territory of Florida; and thattlJ Auctioneers I j "I.. )

g .Captain'i lady wu on board. The Cassian Jacksonville, July\ 2. 3w27 tons burthen C. VILLn: master, shall quarterly ip each year eoomencing on NOTICE. ..11AlL ,,*',- 1
left in December in good order for sea will sol i for the.above the lit of January transmit to tI. Treasurer notified that pur.T
last.
Philadelphia are hereby
.J ,.. NOTICE. port on or about the 10th of.W/) next under oath, token before some Judge, a copy ) persons'. the Act of Congress,of March ,
to
WILL holds Magistrates Court at the For bring good accommodations of all sale effected him, with:the amount '
freight or
The Editor of this paper the last I passage 2dl83l<< ntitieil MAn 'act to fjofWelbrthe : .r t
was, at JacisonrJle the Second
Court-house in on for whom
apply to the jiaster DO board, and,at what time and. 'place, aid. u'.dahm.nt.1 ofi"ineeacommitt.JInent- '
IIr sUing of the Superior Court for the Eastern Saturday in each month,at 10 o'clock, A. or at this office. Mi the same wu mode, Now, all Auctioneers Un Oak and
:
I, Di>triet! of,Florida, admitted to practise as anAttorney M. In my absence any btuinesa left with i Jane 25 2GBLANKS are required to take notice of sud Uw, i and oth/tf ting. destroying Timber, or,or trtea removing reserved; for Mval
O. M.: Dorman EM. will be punctually attended conform to it, or suits their Bonds most :
upon be requlred'eta I
and will
said
1.j Counsellor Solicitor in P""fOIHPOIfith' proof ..
to. STREETER, of all deseriptww Printed at be instituted. Judges of the County Courts stopping such TUnbf'.th & Ue "
Court. of the Peace. persons :, ,
J ___ Justice ice,,at short I dc.. are requested without 'to forward same DOS not been cut from lands the pP '-,
25 of'
1 IDThe:: poetical communication of "P." June 17. 03-Also'; Job Work in a huuJsoma style, properly certified their and approv'J,the Bonds* tr of the United BaUs, or from land oa ; .

abU U' CURRIER and on reasonable tenn.a'J' Auctioneers possessioo. which the Timber has been 'fM-rr for r &s '
STODART
inserted ,
in next numberecoy. "
our* ,* ., Justice BI..nh-DeodI-JhU. of-La. CHARLES AUSTIN, valpurpeMt. .4,, JAMta DELI*:
W"f XTWX>*Ariiic and :
EATON and family arrived in Nash- LITHOGRAPHERS: and EJCMTIBJ. ding-Manifest!, &4:. coiuUally/or\sl .at Treasurer of the/Territory cX Flor'"' +da. Odecfor"!tll.' 'f
r .
tiDo on the 26th Ro 'May last. "",' tf- .-'' No. 1, Will-street, New York. this of .c.. "j. '. 14 Janoary 1,1835.


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'" -T' ,- MnrEf1OUS, DlSAfTEARANCr, OF A GOOnS, GROCERIES Ac. .THE- STEAM' PACIET' THE, ,BOSTON PEARL ,AND ,LITER
Subscriber has' hand and,,offers ', 'r! ', FLORIDA. GAZETTE-Volurne;
i DIISCELIANIOUS., Yocwo LADT. TliG- following padiculnrsare TUB on Published every week, b Fourtt
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TilE DlF/IC0fcTlE3 OF AH' EDJTOR.An .- :-"On ''the 14th of April a young > CB, viz'iDRY GOODS. .: : ,... .. nCAPT. .. .. ,' number The work containing will be published weekly,eat,

}' I t editor canliot'siep without trending on lady,by the name of Pcrmelia Bunday, I left Broad iloths, SattinettSj Negro Cloths, : ,, \ -equal to silty duodecimo eight large pages-ofmiscg1 quarto

" somebody's toes; If f he expresses. his opinion the residence or Simon Levine, her ,uncle, white add yellow flannels, bleached and ,\ ., R. A' HILL, laneous and original matter, on
l fearleaslyrtind frankly, ho is nrrotantj brown C eck striped] and plaid JI mesp ns1 run once a week from Savannah nor white pacer, with perfectly new lope
Philadelphia
No 59 Front I WLli
street ,
Calicoes] Silks Linens Imported handsome title
Aand: ( 1 Gloves, Picolata, touching at Darien, St. page and correct.indS.--i
e' presumptuous. If he states.facts nfith* for New Pahzi 'on \'isit"in charge of a I Gingha,. Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba- Mary's, Jacksonville and Mandarin.. be furnished. and the work at the end of

put comments, he 'dare not avow his ben German mere ant,_who went,on business zettes, 0 aburgs, Burlaps, &c. I ''t j' 'WILLIAM DUNCAN, year, will form an excellently printed volume the
of four
) r ,timents. If ,lie conscientiously refuse.s to to New York, ind who resided next doorto HARD WARE AND CUTLERY. i" Agent at Savannah. three thousand hundred duodecimo and sixteen pages, equal to

advocate the claims of an individual fo of. Mr. Levine. She arrived in New York, 'Lamps Candlesticks, Guns Knob Axes, Adzes, ,Januaijy 1,1835. 1 The'toJuiDil will contain pages twenty.8ix

[j flee, he is accused of personal hostility A and on the nex : day took passage: onboard patent Butts, Sc A:gun ews. ,Brass Door Knobs Bolts,Hoes Sad Latches Irons, 'MA ON STEAMBOAT' one music hundred for ,the of Piano Forte, &c. equal piece to
common sheet
jackanape;! :who measures, off words \lento of'a steamboat fo;' Poughkeepsie ; since Pad-Till -Chest-Trunk-Gun-Closet- COMPANY. could not bl purchased music, which
VM separately for
verse as a clerk does!, tape*--by the yard- which no tidings have been heard of'her.. Brass Knob La po hes pad-Knob, Powder Flasks and Mortice, Pocket Locks Steelyards -, than five dollars; and the publisher i is deter lelii,

L ,.' hands him a parcel of stuff that jingles She is about Beyeenteen, years old, light Be Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, .... ,""'" complex mined to ttndj pr cure difficult.the simple rather than the
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like a hapdful of rusty nails and gimlet; complexion; {ark red hair, and about a Knivesaid Cork Sc: ws, Hand DrittaniaPlated'Tableand and cross cut Saws, Although he publisher places no dew

and if the editor: i is not fool 1 enough to print middle sized woman. She was well clothed Teaspoons Forks, Iron, Squares, Pocket Compasses bovecompany take this method of dance whate ver, m.the support of it,as alit n..

the nonsense"Stop my paper, I won't and, bad ts.trunk, band-box and cloak, I rawing Knives, Braces, Socket 'THElnf
patronize. a roan that's 'no better' judge of and rings in her ears. About ten days after Chisels, fcc., purchase. --- '-'two- Steamboats. the,," MACON I ana presented wood lieantiAil wnr1imnna1., plates from:_c vrr
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r poetry as if it really were a -l loss to -fro regretted she started (thin Philadelphia. Levine GROOERIES & PROVISIONS. and EXpEL between, ,Darien which boats'and ]Macon are) to run, leaving regularly ish. Already! have-"''appeared" -"a'"beautifully!
Coffee \ Tea Loaf and Brown Sugars.Champaigne engraved portrait of Janjes
s the being so enormous Darien week with two tow boats. Cooper
profits } once ,
wrote! to ieijr parents informing them, of her l1aderiaClaretPort and1lialaga'V1nes'Spices every executed on steel), !and 'chaste vignette
The steamboats Fill draw 26 inches of title
5 after paying three cents for a sheet of paper ; departure, a d hoping that she had arrived ; N. E.; Rum, Ameti- water with two good engines only, in each., The page, engraved-'coi]>p r. '
1 r ; berdMi.it is printed on, togcilior with six can Gin, Holland Gin, Brandy Soap,Tabacco Its contents will le various and spirited
safe. Aba weeks after the letter:was thread company have been a\ great expense to'place js
;Flour, Corn Rice, Pilot ButteCrackerBeef r there'will! be a general J record of
steamboats Occurren
: the expense attending collecting and mailed it arived in this which is / this line of in the Ocmulgee and
t' place, Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, Altamahaand solicit ces, Statistics, ObItuary notices, &c. &c. in
\'; printing,tho ,contents of a nf\Vspaper"cer; : about two dws journey from Philadelphia: Butter, Lard, Cheese, Figs, Almonds.liai the'patronage sivecswOUldteepectfuhy of the public: This line, will addition to the Tales,Legends,Essays, Trav-
revenue exists ,out of / sons,' Apples, Hams, Bologna Sausages ; elling, Literary! .Fugitive and Historical
{4: tainly monstrous Immediate! on the rcceipt'of the'letter, Onions &c. &c be a great facility for merchants who wish to Sketches '

':!' the i four cents, after these must-be-paid j I her Parente' vent to Philadelphia to look ,. ,-> ALSODru ship Darien their to-goods Ilawkinsville by the way and of Macon Savannah in pr elegant paper, Biography for the,parlor Poetry,ana, &c.for making the lover au
> or
expenses ,aro liquidated! Ono murmurs for. their' ,aghast, and ,having 'returned s and !Medicines' ,, Paints shot Crockeryand shipping Cotton ,to Savannah. i\Arrangements .of polite literature, as contributions will be
Glass War Powder and Shoes secured from of the
e because his is too literary-another have been made''' to forward !cotton some most popular Ame
paper home withnit being able to collect any information Boots and a great variety of articles to numerous [ orgoods'without rican authors:
because it is not literary enough. One Her to detention between Savannah I The work will be
$specting long absence.- printed as well,and
: mention.HARDY and D> tien. Con.
grumbles J because ;the, n advertisements enT he man,vlo bad the charge of her took II.. PHILIPS.N. NO exertion} or expense will be i spared:' to. tain as much'"tea ing matter as any similar

gross too much room-another complains her board arid ., B.-CAsrt paid for Cotton, Hides,DeerSkins give the greatest despatch to goods cotton quarto paper now published in the United
of steamboat
on her States snail
I a paid Tallow Beeswax Moss Deer ; can safely and, truly be
Furs
shipped by this! line. called
1. v that the paper is too large, hecnn't"find' passage, am gave her tho ticket, and:went Horns, &c.Jacksonville. r I}. 11. P. If, the "-'cheapest journal of the,kind.
time readjt all. One.wants the type sox ashore to dollars for an15, 183!>. 3tf' Agents, ,for tHe,above, ,boats : TFRMS-Three dollars per annum, as the
exchanged ,
gtt twenty L. & CO. paper,is firmly established to be
BALDWIN' Savannah. paid in ad
would bo indis
email
that '
!, ( "S a microscope her in .NewjYork bills, and before he returned ,N'W: GOODS. J. GODDARD\ &. Co. Macon. | vance. Two dollars for .six ,,months, to be
pcnsiblo in every' t family'-another threat; the boat MITCHEL &,COLLINS Darien. paid, in advance. .
jvitl'the' money left the Subscri er has for sale the.following )! ,
J, i ens, to. 'discontinue. his"paper unless the letters -.. wharf andjshe: ,was J left with only fifty TilE of erchandise.. ':- Jt. E.: & B. ELENoCh!! !leston",, Boston, 1834.' 1
old from 50 to .D 1834. f :--1, '
are half an inch,, long. One lady cents and her ticket and clothes.-The Superior 50 quality Blankets. $4 TO'THE PUBLIC.
$5 per pair. I ,
is 'i ,i offered to- give an' additional price..fr'" 'a money has been forwarded to her parents, A good quality Negro cloth 371-2. pr yd. LAN) AT ST. PADLO THE SUBSCRIBER, having purchased

paper ,that, should be ,printed with such who have received it, but no trace of her' Irish Linen fr >m 50 c to $1.00. FOR SALE. Southern Agriculturalist its late

' r II .;i. type as are. used for' handbills! In fact can be disc veered.f .. 3-4 Best Homespuns plaid Ho. nespuns unbleached 7 yds.lOc for per 1.00 yard, THE S bsJiber' ffers'for sale for cash,'o. solicits Editor and the proprietor support of; the Mr.'friends'John' D.of Agricul Legart,

1 ,/ every subscriber has a plali'of his own for Superior fancy stripes IS 34c. the following tract groes,of or fine good Live acceptances Oak hammock ture, and of the interests connected with i it,

,,, r conducting 'a journal, and the labor o The toys) printing office of Paris possesses Silk h'dkfs fom{ 50c to $150; land on St. Pablo Creek, bounded as- throughoutthe Southern States. He ha

i Sysiphus was recreation'when 'compared the types of 56 Oriental alphabets, 4-4 unbleached Shirting 13c per yard by follows, viz-3n the West by Pablo Creek, published this work'foMr, : Legare from its
the piece, or 6 y'ds for,one dollar by retail, the" North commencement, in the year 1&2S and he it
with' ,, that of an editor, who undertook tot comprehending all the known charactersof Shirting bleached from J3e to 25c pr yd, on the East and by South Winslow'by lands'.of Foster's'Corneliu land, on thus practically acquainted with the mode in

t i ;,, please all. : tho languages of Asia, ancient as well as Fancy'' dress and furniture calicoes,from Taylor, containing two'hundred and which it should be conducted., Its publici-
thirty
I : 13c, to 25c and by the piece tion will be continued on the same terms and
per ,
r modern ;ana 16 alphabets of those European three,acres. For particulars apply to in the '
Sattinetts 871-2c to .' same manner as heretofore*with such
USE CATS WHISKERS. frpm $123 superfine, ,
or -Every one I. D. IIART
I \ nations, who do not, employ tho Superfine clpth $4 50 per yard, a ,-or improvement* as his experience may suggest.
JAMES
whiskers > DELL.
,has e. observed' the of a cat; but Roman character. Of these the royal White and{red flannels from 371-2c toC212cperyafd Jacksonville,.Jan. 22. .4tf As the subscriber is solicitous to make this
t few perhaps drco.lU'that they servo Journal the vehicle for disseinminating
,
any
l .. valuable end. The will printing press' possesses,49 complete founts Bed\ ticking from 18 3-4c to 25c per yard, FOR, SALE. information, not only with regard to estab
following passage of various forms; and sizes.; All these together Musquito netting,good quality $123; pr'pa. .lished. 'systems.of'h':1s: andry. but also experimental
'i
prove the have !Fowling Pieces:= lot' of harness efforts'in
contrary:Every one must TWO a Agriculture and Horticulture
weigh ,at least 750,000 Ibs. as I eatLof
{' ,' observed niUnULcaltedtho! .whisk and A good ass fancy belt ribbands- for heavy! work: -four kegs of he invites free and ''unrestricted communication .
wjjaj ore tho typo..or.u Cv &sQ.we4e1H..bout G lhe. ehitt-bnuon ilk'*-. wing Bilk-ball and Dupo Ht's )best rifle powder-Hone: flat.bottomed from,all persons.occupied in ifefs
era eta ctt'a upper' lip. The iiso:of thcsoia' this establishment is able'to compose simultaneously spool thread=writing paper-superior.do. : boat J with. the oars.., The above articles.) pursuits: Let no one imagine that solitary

a state,of nature, is, ye.y mportBDt.They .- 7812 8vo sheets ladies whit Jiose-horn and wood combssilk will"be jiold.very cheap for Cash. Apply to facts isolated eiperiments'are: : trivial

are,, organs of touch.<< They are attacked ; forming! near' and cdton umbrellas-and. a good as- TIMOTHY, 'WIOHTMAN,' be communicated; All systematicknowl).
ly .200 volumes,' or 125000; pages. Th sornment o!J ', edge is but the'aggregate of humble particu
l to a bed of close glands under the ..Il.ND'MEDicINES.t or at'this Office. lars; and Science in
number !of presscs''employed'enables it to DRps ., Apri 30. 18tf ,, every department, is
skin and each of these stiff Q"The'ibove brought to perfection not through the instrumentality
; long and hairs throw off [ : articles ate of the best quality
is connected with the nerves of the lip. 278,000 sheets 'per' day, or 550 and .wftpe: sold for a small advance, forcash' NOTICE! of a single exrraordinary mind,but
reams of paper, equal to 0200 volumes in or prot ceo by the contribution of particulars by nInny
The slightest contact oftho'\hlskers, with 8vo of 30 sheets each. The annual I JOHN W. RICHARD.JacksonvQe .- I A'L persons 'i indeb"teoT1to.the( ": i subscriber, individuals; and generally after the lapse of
any surrounding object is .thus' felt most consumption Jars, 22. 4tf : ...ei ''he? by Note ,or;Book'account, are re- many,years, he is desirous, therefore, rebate
of paper by the, royal printing office I quested'no to settle the same without,delay j and as'many facts to record as can be furnished;
distinctly by the animal, although the hairs' is'from 80 td ,100,000 reams, or ,from CABINlf: FURNITURE 'WAREI10USE. ; red K will be given at 'my' store after the and from the planter, who is 'systematic in
themselves insensible standouton 10th Mi.Jacks chi fARDY'. PHILIPS. his experimental labors
are They 201 32G I / an 'account of his
each side 1 in the lion, as well as in'{the number.to of workmen reams per working day. Th JAMES |. COOKE,; No.,100, Broadway ,inville,,March ?.? lOtf be failures as well, a his successful :efforts, will
acceptable If
constantly the last
employedis k 'I are,worthy of being
offers for sale
kind and
common fat; so that,from point to point, about three hundred, arid fifty., quality of faa- -Sideboards-every Secretaries- GJ EAT NATIONAL )WORK.: recorded that they maybe: imitated, the' first
: they are equal to the width of the;, animal's Book Casts-Table",, of all;deacription AJMEUICAN MAG'AZINE: should. '' be noted in'order to be shunned.

body; If 'we imagine therefore a 'lion SPIRITED, FtK.) .o\V.-A. man, knocked' Chairs of |very quality-High post and Ofuiefutfand. Entertaining Knmcledgejto' be il fellow The citizens subscriber of hopes the South that this, will appeal not to be his in i

stealing i ,through AI covert of, wood, in .an another down, t i o latter picked himself upe Hair French and Beqtteads 1 N IBS Mattrasses of Mahogany and Maple- lustfatcd by numerousEnatyngs, vain. It would be ;a. reproach to our Tlanten
Fteather,
.. ,imperfect light we shall 'at once ice th and addressing lis antagonist with great : Looking'''(Jasses-Carpets-and a full ,a'BY assortment : THE BOSTON BEWICK C )MfJ1Nr. to the meet the'fate of the Southern Review. Of

'4 use of these long hairs. They indicate to show of spiritintend said-"Pr ly sir, did you I, a house. of 1 very thing,necessary to furnish, THE success. of the which best has Magazines attended from the pub, the fe ted)last to it fall may"be'justly',when it was not,only that rearing it was suf fa

.'. him, through the nicest feeling, any'object that.in.et* rnest-or was it merely in April 7::, '3w15 English Press, has led to,preparations for issuing us a well merited fame as literary'' people,
which may present: itself to tho passage of fun ?" 'vin a periodical more particularly adapted but it was also,vindicating the Southern hob

c his body : they prevent the rustlo of '"intended i earnest;" i d FOR SALE. 1 to the warita and taste of the American pub. its from the(\i unjust aspersions which haw
boughsand coolly repliethe been so
> lie. White\ will be the,object of the, liberally bestowed upon us out of our
loaves which would other., I 1N4 fC'er Stills,nearly new; one son pro section-of ,
give: warning, toliis X prietom make the work strictly what, its country The Southern Agri

prey, if Jje ,were to attempt to pass "It's well for you hat you' ,did,|jrejoiri- heater taininjf'of this same two ,hundred'capacity;gallons the other, with con'a, all title, articles indiC tes of,interest it will,,nevertheless to its' ,;cratain. culturalist"place of the in Southern some measure Review,supplies so far as the regards

through too ,close, a bush ; and thus, .!n ed,the', mettle e' man, with a very* pre. tabling fiftytallons,'which will be, disposed appear in foreign Magazines..patrons' ;,which the.circumstances last alluded to. 1 It

4 .conjunction with, the I soft cushions of his 'dent manner, or.'11 bed, -dill would of at terms iflvantageous' to the purchaser. Extensive preparations have been entered server as a Register not 'only'of methods! of
For furthrf
inv feet, and the fi..r"upon!. which} ho 'treadsthe have.taken it11, ( fun)'-[N: "';Transcript IHOTOS, EaqtWhitesville<< particularsfaquire or at this office. DUD. ,: msh intobot, from{ {with all parts;Artists of the and Union Authors, drawing, to' fur Husbandry stem of Slavery!but also'of,The facts subjects relating of the to deft oor

retractile claws never coming l.n. conj Jackson e,1\Iay 6. 19tf. and illustr8tions line, the the of off
; HOPEFUL, ori; '', of eYery subject of interest, treatment; characters
tactwith the, ground>> ,-they enable I him t te to Poppa",said a lit NOTICE which the publishers confidantiy,believe will Slaves, are, fairly suited to .its. pages, and
,hove towvds his victim', with a stillness i tie boy; to his fo her,the;other day,.when I : enable them to issue a wprk. honorable its onstitute topics as interesting ana important
one fellow strik s'another, haint he no ALL pert ns indebted' to.the subscriber by title and acceptably.to the American People. is any which can engage either fur own attention
... greaterevtn'then' that of the make, whocreepa got gr Note 'requested: to make The American; Magazine is published : or the'attentipn of those 'abroad, doeel
., ding the gra**}: an J u not, perceivedtill right to strit* b ck? Certainly be has,tt payment bjfhe 25th rust or suits will be SlntyW hamber; containing between f: a legitimate.interest- in our:concerns;:
," a'. heTi coded round. his replied the'j! ith.sr; : The law of' elf de- commenced without delay. forty and fifty imperial octavo pages,'at Two The subscriber begs .leave, }'conclusion,
prey. '- "J, U.. MASON. ,* I lo: remark, that if he undertaken v
fence sancti ns it. "Well then I'll tellyou 1 ie' P'OLI per a ;wn, payable in advance/ had not,
ut.15.
,
,Jackson
vi 3w3 It e : ntinu-ii
compnses Portraits and puh&atiaiwif JhU MiodicJV*
:, e .' ONj.UOA, :ttic. TIO\'f.-A; striking instance what h is,";Md the: boy, ihe 'next Sketches of die shed Americans Biographical.Views J. nost 'probably; would have been either re-

4 C (says the,, New York Post) of the time you bo my ears, i'll', hit you a devil 1 '" NOTICE.' t of PublicBuU &I,. Monuments, and; ,im ,noved from our city, or been suspendedJVhether -
'' love of indebted -to the subscribers prove nents; L ndscape i*will be in his to continue It,,
Al $ ..; enduring; woman: has lately been of a blower. the fifth rib." Tho father ALL'personJ less scenery-the bound. will power but

1, "exhibited by the wife of the Spanish Pirate, laughed'hedtily' and the next diL 'rclllted quested to ate the or book lama account without,, are delay re-; country varlet, will, or fo 1 m beauty an'unceasing of source, in of this in- the Literary depend not'only Contributions) on Ihe of,Southern Pecuniary Tlaners. -

ts Bernardo de Soto,under sentence of death the.aneaii: } to oats of his neighbors.[ b, find no Credit ill be given at their ..toraafter ; onandiitification; Engravings and t: He confidently now leaves this Dlatttr
if e at Boston.-Hearing at Cbrunna, in Spain the lit ofBetle'ebruary. d ptions of e character, habits, &.0. of i th n their hands feeling a full assurance >that
itANCHARD Bird, Beasts I ishe. and ese v wanting the of Planters,
UNAUN.\O LL-Iohn in ) & RIDER. Insects, on part our
of&h trial and came out of together
condemnation of her hu with neither the "
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Jacksonville (annary 24th, 1835 5tf every iu1 ect connected with the Geo liberality nor mental energies ?
e .'bandilthis; unfortunate woman immediately humor to gu per. There were some brown graphy, Histoi r, Natural and Artificial re. .c:e sary to, sustain the Southern Agricultun

} freighted a small schooner, and learin4beir V bread crusts n the tableJohn wanted ato DR.profession tLE.S, 1I0)" offers. his sourcel oC the untrl,lIIustnted in a famiUaf A. E. MILLER, Publisher.
ple'eofw'k bread. A Bervices.to the inhabitants &ll( popular m nero Charleston, S. C.. Dee. 1, 1834. .
John said
.. three children, sailed for Havanm,- his,mq- of Jacksonville d of this; ection of. Florida, Boston Beuulr ComJH'71V' Persona desirous of transcribing' can apJ
; ;trout whence she 'arrived at this poi six abet, eat thsf bread this n\pment\ do you u a Svrffem anJacksonville P&yricia. _No.. 4i, Co Street. to W. T\ WILLIAMS Savannah, or at th*.

'days,, ago. She has since' visittd '''uhf ,hear. ?, l< Well then et it alone !l' CJ let United Stacey ho will publish the ,
koaltctarnedto and wont i it fQregoing
thiscity :departed ORANGE ,
I STICKS. Prospectw an notice the contents of JQIIN(,A. ILLOWAV
alone the
hencefor Boston, to afford her husband both s Bo; 'Do as you- please, ASn will bfpaid for One Hundred Ore Magazine 'me to ume"hui be entitle leal Eftatea d Merchandize Broker,,X,

the',solace'of her presence. This/is' !truly l bn!! 't": nt'do as.J please, SQ.t I Ty at range thu oEee Sticlpf voriouB sizes, on active to the lint vol a a Exckange-ttrtet, Boston, \f :.

*'a)touching Instance of the truth of thejen, uA ammediately. March 5. Any person remitting the Agent WILL attend W the tllinff and brJ
,
wan observing
: another reeling aboutwe EL14' Tats Doll ara, thaI U5TS Real Esiate, in every part
:'timent in Moore's song, '>, 1 1f streets, Asked R bj-standerlf he thought .BLANKS,'-fall description. Printed t : year--and continued Jnited States. People desirous of civets.'

"tJ knof not, I,ask not, iftgt'a la J ha1tJ that was an .ctoll jNo,'replied the olh. :e, at chart notice. M; the money i. regularly forwarded.u lone ng from one pert of the Union to tinctkbr'an

heettr" J't I rr, 'I think he is a j gtcr.' #' ", lrAho, job Pork in a handsome .tIle. A liberal price will be paid c: always retelvi.correct information
: '- rfc T ju.t .. I md on testes le terms. and well writtea for appropria e applying at hu o1 11. Will receive order
article.
I'but ,l know that I love" thee whatever, thou' Reepect, :.foci ie1t; gOl crag morality i re- ::1lI Justice la.J1b.-.DeedJ-llitl ot'La.I I tratin of national .subjeeL or drtwingt, ill ur-. f or vwioui> kiada MercliU1"'izer, dehveatamy

''&rt., # I spec for others governs our behaviour. : r-ManUHti&e; .' cosmos,for'sale, at I teres&. Sw-riptiona reeeiveG paaae at'W. offi1ce. part of.the.Union,,. <;omtn1 uuti
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