Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 09263722
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COURIER, nations to be given of terms used in the, be consulted',in all tho.Depannente 'of it would be unnecessary, as well as mad rr last, but that, in express! terms ':Hde-,

JTUK MO***",w!**< ?JiorWlI1BY:( Message, and of withholding payment ol f Government.. missiblo. Franco has already received, by; Glares, that the' sincerity of nia' Majesty's, i

L. CURRIER & CO. an acknowledged debt until satisfaction be Occasions for intervention in the affairsof the voluntary net 'oCthe President, every Government in their desire to execute'the
given for a supposed indecorum in deman- other countries are but too numerous at explanation which' the nicest 'senso'of na. treaty, was 'hOt doubted. Suffer
Tsims=$4 'per}yea;payable half yearly. ding' it: The bare possibility 'that this present without opening, anotho'' door ,to tional honor could desire 'That which draw your Excellency's attention me to' tho to :.

in adv -Single'P'per.12cent ,- opinion might be entertained 'Tend acted encroachments; and it is no ansver to the could not have been given to a demand, passages alluded to. In,discussing the'na ;
Advertisements"": ,inserted, ind contracts upon by His MajestyV\ Government renders argument to say that no complaints will be that which can never be given on tho condition ture of Mr. Surrurier'a :
madb for :.yearly, advertising, on. .reasonable it incumbent on tne'to state'explicitly'what'Iundershnd made but reasonable causes, and that of now under discussion a fortunate "it is, clear, therefore, that mora"'was, .

terms.. r. : t '.. to bq:! the,- sentiments. of, this,- the >nation complained of being the, 'succeSsion of circumstances,','as I shall required than the expression of':'a de-
AJI, communications: y mail may be addressed : mine, on.this subject :j, judge, no I evil can ensue., But this argument proceed to show; has brought about. sireon tho portof Uia Majesty's\ Ministers,

to' E. wILt.tiKat Editor ot thet Cali", Erroneous impresskina!!arising from the concedcs'the right of examining the 'Earnestly: desirous of restoring tbe'good to execute the'treaty }a dente, rte sincerity .
tlet,": 08t ge'in all.easel. ;,tb be laid, ],: want of a proper attenodrf to the structure, communications in questions, wkich is denied understanding \Between the two nations as Q/wAitA was never doubted, bat toMe! thighs '

,, of our Government, io>'tie duties''of its ;allow ,i it, and you,VfUl hayi frivolous soon as a I dissatisfaction\ ,with7 the Presi- be unavailing! ,II its acrompluhrnsent. dcptrrr d.. ,

..,.....';,.'s' .i'.AG&l'ITi1: 9 ma ......a ,. Ch f Msgiswate,lo'tlnpincip1ee it baa as Well. M grave.cempWi tq;-to aaawer, and dent's Message. was shown' jffiupprcssetevery ,4 fcmjwijroieo/iM.C'Aam&er*,*" ., "v!,t, ,
:' ";' ....... 'nFVt( "I. adopted, and its strict adfterenco to them, must not only heal the wounds of a' just : feeling which tho .rnrxle or exprcs- Again 'the speaking of Iho, deW which %

,ktlgatise-'johnk >Gray; Etfq/P.'M. in similar cases, might 'roue expectation national pride, but apply a remedy to those lug! that dissatisfaction !wm calculated to Occurred in tho month'of,December I "
.NeumansDWd--S.{Ellist Esq. P. M. which could,never be realised, and lead to of a'morbid susceptibility To show that produce,' andwithout waiting for instructions "It is referred to, I presume in order, say, I {
Spring .arO'D*-- Garrison, Esq P. M. I measures destructive to 'harmony between my.fear of the progressive 'nature of the I hastened,'on ray own responsibility show that It waft tmwliif. ptl "v. j.u' to t
'Mandari"E.: A;,Cohen,Esq. P. M.GEORGI the parties; This corn unication is encroachments, not imaginary I pray make a communication to your predecessor the part >of His Majesty's- --- lilinistero the

.. made in full confidence that 1 Uis the wish leave to cull your Excellency's attention to. in cffice on the ,sub jet. 'In this, better to assure the passage of the law of

&. ;Mary'-**A.'Doolittle'Esq.: P.M.SaiwmnaA .:;: of His Majesty's Governmen} as it most the enclosed report from .Secretary: bf under the reserve' that the Pnsident could this, air, I never had a doubt;and immedi t
-SJ Philbrick, Esq' sincerely is that of the President t.to avoid State'to the' President. It is offered for not be 'called on for an exploration; did ately so advised my Government, and in t

Jtfacwt; Edmund Russell.! all measures of that descriptio, and it is illustration, not for complaint. ,I am InstrUcted in fact give ones that I though:would have formed it, as was the fact, "\hat I perfectly i

.. = hoped,'therefore that; it will be received in to make none. Ifecause the Government removed all injurious impresions. This acquiesced in the delay.? Thus it must '
[.For,the Courier.], the spirit? by which it is''dictated-that 'of' of France' has taken exception' to is the first of the fortunate crcumstancesto bo evident not only that no offensive
conciliation and : the ;President's opening[ tho which I have for.unato being Charge 'of ill
THE STARS. peace.The message alluded- in' faith.Is, made in the Message, '
:Yon wYnghosis-.rro1! whence J are they- form"of bur Government, and tliefunctions Charge d'Affairs of France thinks it his duty made before:any. demand implying 'a but .hat as'! is expressly ted In tho. first j

'What hand could wake them tnt birthRingect of the President' as a componentpart to protest ".against special Communieattont right to require it{ fortunntd i h its contaIn- extract, full justice waa'dono at Waallln&I:
< ;' < ,-. of it, have, in their relation to this sub and'to point out the particular passages ing, without any knowledge in yon vault in bright !array ject, been sufficiently explained in my pre in a correspondence 'or an :American parts of.the MesS8 ',wbicb pave offence; ernment: While the delay;is complained i

Aria gazing on this lowly.earth? .' vious correspondence, especially: in my let. Minister,with his own Government. to the answers to all ,that has aincecome to my 'of as wrong, no lmpr(oporr.motives are attributed -. : .
ters 'to the Count do I Kigny of the 29th publication ,of which' he ,objects. If the knowled e. I can easily conceive that tha to Jtho Government In'.causln'glt.. t <"
chance calla the form
Could have void to' January-.last. Ii; have, 'therefore,.>little to principle I'contest is just, Charge d'Af communication(which ,I speak, made as Again, air,the whole tenor of that part'of' J
'From i< chaos e'en "an* atom rear'd' ? add .to I that part' of my representationwhich fairs is right;; he has done .his duty' as a I expressly stated without previous author- my'letter which relates to;the\ execution of

A frame ofnie to being,warm, is drawn ,from the form of'our yigilent supervisor'ofhe. [President's cor ity from my,Government, mihtnot have the promise'made by Mr.,, Burrurier:while i
',When.matter' self had not appear'd Government, and the'duties of the Presi- respondence. If' the priricjpn is admitted, had the effect which its matter wns intend it assorts tho construction put 'upon!> It'; by i t

dent administering it.! If these are fully every diplomatic agent at[Washington doth ed to produce, but it, l has since (as I have the President to he the true one, and 'appeals Ij\
Ton trackless depths could find no bouna-. understood the principles of action de- same, and we shall hnve twenty.'censors now the honorto inform you Excellency) to facts and eireunistancestosupport

Where shall the, baseless structure rest.; rived from them cannot ba mistaken. I of correspondence of(khe Government received from the i President his full am that construction ; yet it avoids 'charging 't

Where the sustaining arm be found The President as the 'chief executive and of the public press. Ifth > principle' is unqualified approbation; but it is necessary the ranch Government.,whb an intcrna- I

'To guide, control;as seefneth best.. must have a free and entire Unfettered correct, every'communicntioi: | which' the ,1 to add that this was given before he had tional violation; attributing'tbeir delay/ to t
power communication; with the coordinatepowerS President makes, in relation to our fbreign any intimation of(an,intention to attach it an erroneous construction' only j for in the

Not: .to the view_that.power.Must rise; 'of Government ls the of affairs either to the Congress to the pub as.condition to ,the payment/of the indemnity letter, (I again vquotq literally.) I. ply, "I

Supreme J its uncreated source ; ', intercourse with other nations, he organ is ;the lie, ought in prudence to be previously sub due,by the Treaty 1 given not only have entered into this detail with*!, the object -
: mitted to these ministers in ortler to avoid when ho top' of '
such intent
Alone its realm skies ; was Ignorant or showing that :although the Ministers -
mighty the of
from which a knowledge
-7 only source
: disputes, and troublesome and humiJia / g but when he was informed by Franco of the King under the .fntcrprotations .
Unseen confuieless I in its relations with'tbem be to '
course. our can conveyed '
the branches.. It results from explanations. If the principW be submitted that she intended to execute the treaty,and which they seem ,to haye given ,to Mr.
Through all, in, all..toclasp the whole, to; neither dignity nor indepcnderoeJs saw by the law'which''' introduced thatit Serruri r'/J promise, nl"y' have considered:
freedom from all
this that the utmost restraint '
left the,:nation' To ,submit. n to a themselves 1
to e
v was not to be fettered such at
by con- liberty to defer
And of all that Is='" any {the presen ..
a which ho is
yet part in the details into, obliged !
discreet exercise of such a PritiIe /would dition. ThUS; that is ,already done, by a tation of tho J law until tiio period \\which \\t
A soul enter of international and
universe comprising ;' to .concerns' ," be'troublesomeand, degrading, ana the inevitable voluntary act, which could not have been they thought would best secure'its' success,'
Whose scope. is as the,vast,abyss. : ." of the measured in relation to them, essential abuse of it ,could sec beoornc., It done ,when required Asp right still leN yet the President interpreting that promise '
to the proper' performance oCthis'important must therefore be resisted jat the threshold when i moMe'whatwill,unauostiohablyin{ In I
: when thin caul.Ca reason tell, nction8. Ha ; ; I differently, feeling that iq coneequenco''ot'
. } ; part of his t : must exercise and its ,entrance fotbiddettbtoTei: =sanctuary the'U.'States be considered degrading, us a I i it ho had forborn to do*vh t might'striotIv -
"Ga' nmind conceIve,can tongue declare. them without having continually:before -
'of domestic conault1l ohs.' But, condition. -' I be called dutv.. and Bcelmrilmt its\ nor.forrnanco ,
At once each wayward doubt .dispel, him the fear bf offending the susceptibility whatever be 'the of other '" "
may principles At this time, sir, l'would for no consideration had'no, taken place, 'could not
whose condlct he is
of the
And rend the veil and where ?, powers Governments those of the' Lifted Statesare : avoid
answer. enter intone details 1 then'did""-- stating the whole) case eftrJi..Dna
In tho of ,
obliged notice. I
to perfomance
fixed-the right will neverbe ncknowl- distinctly to Congress." xThus.',
tfl ,could no'l for what :under 6ir..th.o
seek the stars-bat all is still; this duty 'he id subject to public 'opinion, edged; and' any attempt to enbrce.it, will circumstances would be done to President, in stating the'lcra'ofwhith he '
I range the void-arid'silence reign and his ownsende'ofpropriety' for in indiscreet be repelled by the undivided eiergy of tho prescr.t! should thought his, had aright
country to
the dignity of I bo dis- complain I
his constituents for my country:
to a dangerous, '
baffled sKill nation. I to observe does make
/ Excellency
Deep fancy yields, ; pray your D vowed and deservedly disavowed by the not a single Imputation
constitutional -
and to his judges foi an ,
, No more'its subtle flight sustains. exercise of the but to no otherensure that my argument does not defy a rIght to President. Jt ia 'happy, therefore, 1 'repeat .* of i improper motives and to avoid all misconstruction I.e
power ; all foreign powers of takirig ppper exceptions hooflers, a'vololJtdry'decla'
that the
I good feeling mycountry !
1:But'yet, all voiceless;from these throngs. foreign, pr domestic.scan, Vere the any !: ,to the governmental nets tad language waii,evinced, !in the,manner \1 have stated, ration that none such were intended., "
permitted communications '
An answer, like a venturous beam' foreign powers of the Executive,'their com 'another. It is to theif inerferonce' in at the only time when" it could be' done The part, of the ,)Message,which //seems;

An echo,borne,from seraphs songs plaints,whether real affected, would involve its consultations in its proceelings' while with honor ; and though present cir iim- to have caused the greatest sensation, in
,Respond,amid the eternal,theme ; the country in (continued controversies ret in an inchoate' state, that official ve objectShould stances would forbid my making the communication France ,U fliat in, which, after a statement
the ,President do on ; executive I then did do not prevent of the causes of complaint it into
for the right being acknowledged it they enters &
Tis God who inaSe-' Goo alone, ; act, affecting foreign .ptwer, or use consideration
would be a duty to exercise it by demand: my referring It,for the purpose ofshow qftho measures to obtain ,?-
The tuneful choir of worlds proclaim, a disavowal of every phrase they might exceptionable language m, aldressing' ., it ing that !it contains: I have stated it docs, dress, which, 1 In similar,cases,are sanction-.
:In'anthem'd praises round his throne, deem ing offensive,and explanation of eveery .: through his .minister or though,'theirs, every,!thing'that ought to have been satis tioned by the laws of nation: ,The ':cora-.;

Thro t.a)1.Vorkth) maker's.name.-P. 'word, to which"an improper interpreta. should, a law be passed injirious to thedignity factory'. Actual: :circumstances enable met plaint ecemsto, be,;that !ia. a discussion, ,of
of another nation in il these
f tion'could be given. >The principle,there- do this now,(future events; which Ineed he efficacy and,>convenience ,of,each,'a
been that other" similar cases,a demand ir) eXuana- not explain, may hereafter:render it preference was, gSveq to reprisals. con/id-
fore has adopted no fcreign power
[From the Washington Globe.] has, a right to ask explanations of anything ion would be' respectfully.riceiyed, and improper; and it may be nugatory, unless ered III a remedial not asu-hostile measure -
The solicitude and answered in the manner that ustice and a before the and .this has been construed Ante
deep so generally so that the President in the exercise of accepted as satisfactory :occurrence a
naturally felt by all to be correctly'advised his functions thinks ; to communicate regard, to the dignity, of .irompUunirig. of thesq 8v nts.' Let: be'examined' menace.., If explanations. were necessary ,

of'the,.actual state- ot our relations 'with Congress, or ofany proper:course be may nation would require.: with the' care.>; bich, tie importance .of on this bead, they are given in the

,France, will be relieved by 4 perusal of the advise them to pursue. .:This rule is not After,stating these principle, let me add giving it,a,true construction! requires Message itself.. ,It is there expfecsly disavowed

correspondence which'will be found in'our applicable to the Government of, the United that they.have not only becntheoreticallv The to the Message as far as' and the power and! high 'character '

columns ofto-day., The documents speaka States alone,' but, in'common with it adopted, but that they have ben practical-' lean L understand, for they never Lave been of France are appealed to, to show 'that it j
, language so different and intelligible as to to all those, in whIch' the ,constitutional! Iy asserted. On two former ccasions' ex specified, are, .. never could be induced by,;threats',to ,do
'leave no room for useful'eomments,'if.we are distributed into :different bran- ceptions ,of the same nature "ere taken to .First; that it impeaches the good faith of what: its, sense Justice den led.. If, the
were disposed to offer them. The ground Ches.: No such nation, desirous of,avoid- the President's Message by the"Govern. His Majesty's Government. > measure which I,.have more 1 tlmn.deni-
taken by our' Government is so just as not ing foreign influence or foreign interference ment France, and In' neiher did they .Secondly' ,:that it cbnuins a menace of ed,, the measure to,which"'I; ,have more

'to admit of" anything like serious diversityof in its"councils, no such nation, pos- produce any other explanation than that enforcing the"performance of the treaty by than once ,alluded ,,sbpuld ,l>e:.wsorted,to,
opinion among the American eople.- sealing 'a due 'sense of"it dignity and derived from the nature\ (our,Govern.nent .- reprisals. and 'humiliation attending" a, compliance
Can we be mistaken supposing,' that forante independence, can long submit to the consequences ,and this seems on those occasions to On the first Head, were I now; discussingthe with'it, could,, ,bo, cndur d, Nld itt I
,in a matter nearly affecting the interest of other interference.: When han been deemed sufficient;* for in both terms4 of the Message i itself) ,it would be were possible, under such circumunce,
and honor of the shall cases the objections Ti1 Jalll',ban to gi ,an explanation, wlatt nacre,,-couIdberequhrcd'tban
count,we present these are felt,'as they soon will be,'all must were easy to' show that It'contains no such fq '
. an'undivided] & world? unite in repelling it, apd acknowledge that doned. One, when blears.AarshalL Ger charge. The" allegation that the 'stipulations !conUine4 Jlbo, JJIcengo. *-
DuaTxm' : in ry and Pinckney.: were jrefcsed to:be received orp have not been complied Itself; that it'was spot tended as aenG.c.1
n" t the United States are contending a cause treaty
uJieS rand again in tniq Negotiation be. made JkliqUters I f the measure to,which I bays .
July; ;. 5'in common to them all, and more important with, that engagements by
'I. consideration i o'the pjany to the liberal Government bf Europe than tween Prince Polignac'wil Mr. Rives; in have Dot been fulfilled,couched Iprespect.fal allude should .adopted/; .and submitted .
the lo; ;what would !lis jUajesty'j GovernmentefluureF'T'rhe
former the bf
'interests'connected'with the'relations between even to themselves;for it is too obvious to ; case uthougl message [terms, can never be deemed offensive, disavowal of ,in
the President was alleges the cause of the any, nJI'1 o
U. Stateeand the slightest attention that the monarchies even when expressly directed to partywhose .
France the President ,escape
the Councils France lbitft ii'
the infiucuCO b1' (
RUsarecti.ve tl1 rand ,
; ; yet infractions are complained off;
.which they are sur
baa directed The ;of the of.Europe, by
have It already, Jt forms ofbe
documents rounded will have all the advantage of without any such, exp'IJD&9on, their successors consequently can never gi,'. cause for A They ; a pert
following I- which
this supervision of the domestic councils of were honorable c' edited. In the demand of explanation j otherwise, it is ev- & 'yery instrument caused the or.ftn [
latter care, the allusion il he message to national in- /and 1 will pot do Uieni the Injustice to i
a consideration of
IMrj to the Doc beir neighbors witboutbeing subject to it f dent that no
;Livingston de Broglie. ,
] could the
bemselves.' Itistrue?tfajtia the Representative apprehended collision,,was xceepted to; uries' ,could ever, take pia:a. The Message ttt.Ti| t..they. form" o/Rnsjfe/
LxQATtOH.pr THE U.SxATX?, ? f Executive but the .reference'made If-'31r. Rives 'to critically *3srmne4. on this ,point, }..r.."":g more. ., ....
Governments of Europe ,
,Paris,April 25th; 1SJ5. '| communications i to Legislative, Bodies, the constitutional duties of the President contains nothing more ,than such an enu- The.: necessity ,of dUwssinjf |)tJIt..ntturepf

Ifs ExceIen ),,the Due de BrogUe,'&c. have, not the extension that is g'tven'tothem seems'to have removed tie'obj tiOD. mer'atioeoftbe I i causes of complain ,As: 1. tha, remedies, for .tIM, uon, Ufcutlon'*f

''Sia:-About to return to my own eou'n- nV:the United States, atd that they are, Having demonstrated that the Upited to its terms, the most fastidious disposition the treaty, the character and. (iplriitiii

am unwilling to, leave this'iWidiout therefore,.less liable to attack on that quay' States,cannot,,jn any ease, 'permit their cannot fatten on one that could be excepted which U wu'JJone--.ro .expUUno l Ja,'roy c
''dio one !more! effort to the many-l have ter. but, they:must not iaugin. themselves Chief Magistrate to I be pray.your

trade to restore to both that mu- saiL In the opening address, guarded ,as foreign government, In ration to hia communications delay are complained ,of but no unworthy Excellency ta eowsiJer; !the;:eoncluHogwt
ta&l for either charged or "Qua.. of it, beginninf,.with .' qudU u I
good understanding; which their best it commonly is propositiori made with the corJinate branches motives are "
every !
-interests/require, sudrwhich probable CKSlK by the Ministry, every resolution of either of his own, it i is scarcely t lecwaary con ted. On the whole,if I were epmrawtsion- bare 1 M toadeyr-But If,,1 wsotml f any ar- t tgutMot

jrruPand, Pe ?$P-P, mTroni *- Chamber,will ofbroecasiona'for the jeal- eider, the case of such explanation befog ed to explain and defcpd this, part of the to show that no explanation tilsrtofthe.JMc

OUIII 4aterferaaee of,national punctilio, for requited ;as the" condiiko OIl which the m lage, 1 should say with the rpuyicjion sage wasne : swryofeottMM .

Ae correspondence: and act 'of all occupy.Ibe dx ame groonds. No"1nte...- fulfilment eta treaty Of *ij pecuniary advantage of ;itrutb,, that it .is fmpble Ifl Wff s required just should. find H hi tbe his opinion', ,
one ) -
ceruwlr a expressed by Jj[
airs Majesty]'a Government, since the Hesoftho communication of the different branches was- to depend., The'terms Jof A complaint in milder ormore temperate
,-ce President flf thriited States of Government will be fe'and .even the such a proposition need-lyi; be,stated to term; bull am not Mcommfeeioped: I atfyfltofieuJtiM the rfconimendjttBm l
z bOWJ\ Pads sit a evident;that an .mint of justice will:afiird no"sanctuary bow it, would be pot ,toljr. Jnadml Mib1e, am endeavorinff to show not 0011 1 that.- of,tie Pre idcctnotfcaTingteittJopt, t

ill entertained of making tbefulfillment! or'freedom of decision i and of debate ;and but, ected''lotreatifttoi..theJ1a: ; >xi to ery.proper expjwaifea. ;'CReta ps my Jet/ ., bribe, other j .n m pftbs (1onuunepCt. ,ld ,
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comnlaineJ of ns such. ,lay, VI\ \ die note; incttt to proacr.nio it to extremities .\ solemn time, it discourages, with a proper firmness, In_the absence of news,_. home our read, ,
presented by Mr. Summer to the Government treaty, ratified by tho constitmionalorgans nny cxlcctationithatthe( I Anic icon'- Government : Courier.TiniliSDAY must content themselves With \What

I Washington, nnitl,the meosnres of th&j two(powers, changed the can ever be brought to allow an : 9 ,: er from : ,*_:JVe nave not been\Ve gs:b

4 which it announces, ((Ins recall and l the offer private into a public right. The Govern interference inconsistent with tho spirit o fits : AUGUST'C.' hear ofti} duel! .sudden! {eatJl-a able 10
the Government oft ; it to insiston institutions make concessions incompatible melancholy
of my 1 passports) Uncut acquired by a perfect right ,[for i! ; ," r.I' _' occerr'enoe '' 'el { -
,t li'a Majesty eeema to Lave done hit th 't its .stipulations.! AH doubts as to,their } with its self-respect. The I '!f liberal) donation perpni-a IhipJ'rec1
they thought Its dignity required-for the/, justice seem now to have been' removed ; Prcsiden f is persuaded that ho will bo sustained After, protracted delay; werpresent, our -a or qflght: with the In

nt the! .!same time i declare that the law! providing and every objection to the payment of a in these opinions by'tho undivided friends_ .... with the 29th No. of the Courier dions. Afraiis are assuming the a pearanc
'1 for the |payment will be prescntolbut acknowledged to be just"will bo severely = scntimcn of the American peoplei'arid; tic and c glad we are' to do" ,.it. 'There are not of t almness/and bur Section of country ,

) giro no,imitation of any previous: condition scrutinized by the impartial world. you,willearryjintoa reUremeut.which} he ftinlflems of news to gather up not even boast of a. prevailing. cart:
and annex none to tho bill which What character will be given to n refusal trusts majf be temporary,theconsciousnessnot many'im't The epidemic
'present. Tho account of dignity being to pay such a debt on the ollegntion,1'whether only )f having"performed your duty, and jnsert.r There i is,)however.I one event monotonyjof $dullness' is sometimes W
thus declared by this demonstration, to well or ill founded, of an offence, to national but.of ha ing realized anticipations of which w record in sorrow for the! country- k n"by thun e>: storm, but even when'that

bo.>> settled, it.cannot supposed that it honor, it does not become mo to say. your fell v citizens, and secured for yourself the deathtof CHIEF: JUSTICE):.MARSHALL.. The is over,' we 'u-d compelled read old As',.

I will again introduced as a set oiTngahitt Tho .French' Nation is the last' that would and < ountry the just appreciation of Constitut{ on-"ofour': Country- : is the iiope'of! papers to driveUway. ennui.. These periodi;

i acknowledged' pecuniary, 'balance. ( ever appreciate national honor by any the world Freementheir. ,,guard-their protection.-' cal publications are of great; use, Tit!

,, ;Before I concludo'.my observations this of tho subject, it will bo well to compensation for an injury'offered your obedient servant,
inquire part, in what light expectations ore ta- : Tho United.States ,commercial as. they (Signed, ) JOHN FORSYTH. looks back to it u his glory' and pride.- Leger-tLjj physician his pestle and mo<.
)ten to this part,of.tho .l\1C8S8ge-whethcr'' arc, are.the last that.would settle such an Judge Mtlrahall has been its ablest, expounder. tar,and all joia in the perusal of the Courier

ta a menace generally, or to
'measure: ,proposed.' Jn .tho first view, eve- bo hope of both, and his, sincerely'to .Ma.\ E: ITOIU-Sir;-Herewith I send feelings, in'ri professionulpoint{ ; .of view, and lya ,newspajwis better; than one would at

:;W measure ,that a,, Government having be that never_ will be you a co imunication from Capt. Wight- he wi.l1ftgret that l;rovidenoe.could'not continue first.suppose' :. Its : g keeps brie at home
*,#claims\ on ,declares;it must pursue made. man the end Pilot) at the' mouth of our The fine i
hia of usefulness. lie has ,buck"ap's'i g-
the forest !
,career _
To avoid 6f misapprehension gone ink
I jf thoso claims are not allowed, (whatever possibility River; st; 'ng'' some facts'retating to the :1di. ,
maybe the i terms employed,) as a IDeu
It is nece rYi'send not .,. junIcssfcoucbed made with th single view of appraising doubt,,wi 1 be of. considerable ,service'. to I l regrets,,of. the"Tb>ia J country=and 'thi'universal readinrr a -paper- fo1'cp". t=. .1
I t in offensive language. It is His Majesty's;)Government 'of the 'consequences I vessels bound t& this port. response,'gill: !! l>e-, 'lIe is"a.great loss h'gations-T-tile: ;merchant;,)i e;poor debts; =d: I

ri& fair declaration 'of .wnat courSe)' pie' party 'atte ding the measure, which, ., For the 'gratification of merchants,.underwriters to tAfJ'United.8t' u." doctor mistakes in,practice-Uie belle :
making it intends to pursue!, and,except in without such otice, they might be inclined ) ,'and 'mariners would inform her
; Vthe
'Tis said tha.there are ,trlght'spots sometimes gay coquetry ,her cares the I Imet'
.( t.ucsvh ero,pretexts arc wanted for a rup- to pursues that although I am not au- them that the pilotagels now better attended loss fop
thoriscd 'io will be taken visible'in the heavens amid, the darkness the j ,of his, ,crops;and( they all ream
been objected 'to measures ,
:'tare, have: rarely ? eventvhcii yhat to, and is in better hands than. it has
avowedly the act of tho nation (not, by the Unite I States, yet I speak confidently been' for may years of the nnd i stom and tempest There : a panacea for sorrow"! anxiety, disappoint

ns in this' case, a. proposal made byr one l 'of;the;principles will have adopted, and ,\yightrnan.and Copt. 'Kimmy'are is', one i mav on the) Bench of the,'Supreme loves a hopes, and ,during a little time they

branch off s' ,Govcn1 lent. to another. .In' have' its' doubt* I they. never be abandon- both good' sear en; and persevering men ;; Court offle -United States, who 'would do enjoy a respite.,.

rttancos bf this are list wanting, but need cd. IThisistl4 -they have,both sail l ed''esaels''from'this'; honor j to/any/ ; country, as 'a'jurist-wh6. ,has The enjoyments of a' Summer at the SouH
h'cro'cnumerated.. 'Ono. however\ last communication' I shall '
tioijbo port for'many', years; and wereconsidered; earned his"laurels by hard study "by industrious in'the latitude. :of 30?;'cannot' be
have the ho make. It is dictated expected
ought to bo' mentioned, because i it is inti- or to by good Pilots bef re their appointment;i''but b
Tnately connected with the subject pow under d sincere' de ire to restore a good intelligence since'that time hey have taken, great trouble devotion to his ,duties-and'! by, continued be very variegated:; ,The'b"reeie8 are inyigo-

d scus ion'. White the commerce of ,' whi li seems to be endangered by to 'obtain,'< very information,, possible able expositions of the.1 laws j This is rating and refreshing As Northerners, w,

the",Unit d States.was Buffering under ,theaggresslone the Very meVhatever, n's intended to consolidate it. -concerning: ; the state' of the Bar, and theyaredoubUessV the,man.whom,we), would; rejoice to. see the can'8a el, say; 'f.diet the .month",ofJaly'hu:

of thd two.float powerful nu- \ n iy be the result,; the U. States low. complete 'masters oftheir successor of the 'best lawyer we)have ever:'had. been as comfortable'as tool, and as
3'. lions oftho world,the, American Govern- may appeal; to the world to boar witness, business.We eows/
( ", 'rnent t;iii'thid'eenso of''the' Vvprd, menaced that is'tho'ertion of the of theircitizeiii'tm ,ha'vo.'th'e assurance"that'" vessels'tlr-I : ,mean JcDofc : as we ever experienced in New:; England!

[ .thenVbbthl; 'It passed,1, l low' .In express ," tho (dignity of heir Goverri- riving! otrth'e Bar, will notnosdbo' obligedto lAiuoATOR'' ', which, measured ''a little The.transparent.'clearnes& the air experienced -

, ,terms' ; declaring 1 to then that unless ,they' anent they 1 ive never swerved from the lay off aii'd ( n'. for days, showing a 'fiig-: less than'' twelve feet in' on the.river' midnight; is" without
:ceased their' aggressions, 'America would respect due a themselves and from which length, was a parallel in section} and the
nal for a Pilot, and even then'be obliged! tosend any song of the
hold no Dtercoursovltl1'th I ;; that theirships they owe'to he Government France.; i in'for orieijos,;;' has been' frequently near this place" rii-a few' days since.. This is,nogreat : oarsmen echoes in splendid tones through the

I should ho scizollfrflcy' ventured" I praY'yo r ''Excellency to receive the case,within, Dly{ nrs. Wi.'R.: story" 'Larger {ones, ,are. frequently' ? OVerhanirinir... bluffs, which aaam', in_ /..<.....).,.' it..,...
to'Americnn that 'r of cOt,1sideratlon'with whichI ------- --- v
ports;; tlicr assurance sigh taken Alligators in Florida
are as common
"' II/forfeited. DEAR SIR;-the Bar of St. Johns,River sounds of.music and fold them in
'; \heir soil or industryjshould, have the I nor to be your most obedient as pennies in New, Englaiid. theirforeetof
(1 'Here:w lori undisguised measure; in clear servant. EDWARD LIVINGSTON, at this time 3 sat the."ori1wx.tpartofthe'entrance The 'i beauty., .... ,, ,
'unequivocal;terms, nnd bf 'co' rse 'according ; and aflbrds from,, 12 to,15.feet at method of raising their young is much As to: business- it\ may well: be. expected- to

I | to'the argument against which;I. contend [Mr 11 virigston to Mr:Foray th.] II i i'W high 1 water, as testate,of tho tide,may be, the same as that'orthe land turtles,only that be, (as it is;) :comparatively} { i }languid.. '
I ; neither Franco* nor 'England could 'isiimoTorr, June"29_ 1i,-1835. i whether sprin or neap,,tides. i the soil itf'\Vhi, h they deposit'their ; eggs, articles of Many
provision cannot be
I Vessels '''bound River preserved._
\d deliberate'under pressure, without dis- | [ tanner of securing them 'necessa
r :.dm:-After having by nay'note to the wishing a ,Pijot,i should keep, the..Lightllouse -' Population moTe.'thin, 1 J 1: 'horibr.tainty an'Yettho unexceptionnblo.judgq Emp ror'orFranc'ccer j of what, Duke "do Br iglie, dated that 25th; April t last, ,b aring from S. S. :W. to.W. S., W.., rily'varies':: :, :'The.spot,_"seleced_ is ,jn i the I market. The''plahter'or'' his'overseer.!*
i inadonfinn effort to preserve a good understanding aid "run into 4 5 (fathoms neighborhood! of,a.morasaor,, hammock; on !
'the ignitofthis: country' required, didacceptth'o t( or water, as. busily engaged oh the plantation. The
r condition, 'did'repeal tno'Herh'n'and I jctweon the United States and th\ eather may be 5 in running in,for the'Li margin.of.waterand if the ground is low, tieman of fortune :who' gen.
Milan\ Decrees,did not niako nny'cbiriplaints : France, by,Suggesting: such<:means of accomtnpdatipn -,, I t-IIouse fin the night,,, bring it to bear or very'wet;a; mound or pile is formed, sufficiently Florida has passed his winter in

of of.h act.as'a threat though it as 'were.consisterit 'with tbohonor as cmvc, nna,, nchor in 6?;or,7,fathoms, i if higfi to'1 protect them' from the?tides.Predautionsare joined his friends,in a.cooler cli
,) 'called It an injury.4lGreat of the jone country; offer, and',tho moderate nod ooth."- ,taken to'''afford'the mate,.and we even now; and then notice that
" other accept> I .determined to avail myself Masters 61 v< ssels always know that necessary some knight of quill has slipped toe

'.l;t \.on'no friendly"terma Britain| t o,,8Jd witlithe.Uz,ousla at that States limo,,' ( of tHe l lei\Yeto 'return, which i, was than giv.en .. their'signal f rp Pilot may is. seen by,the Pilots I which heat-and will warm contribute:earth,.and! every substance: rest and recreation., It is,usual. for these away migrating
', by your'deepatehrather to bu shore to thatobject,are heaped
by ts being answered by 'a signalon r v friends
made no i complaint that: her l pride was offended remain; a9I.bad:desired to do, in England, tho top of;ho'LightHouse.The. : up together! ,. :;A holsris opened*in* the cen- to wing their flight on their
-herfMin' ter.on tha spot ,evenfUido' waiting die result of last communica return to)us as.ea1y'as December .A Itbpuglt
\ my tre in which the
: Pilo ,
themselves ,
>pledge to give eggs ore deposited,'and the
: 4declaration; that theobnoxious: ( desolation '
: pr- tion. Tin's been marked'the last wlnt
step having approved by prompt att don to all vessels'coming to nest'i il c'nstdntly'covered..- Their1 are r'by, robbing!
|derv were repealed. It. istrueiitiwasudisavowal \ tho President, I need not here refer to thereason's this Bar anllRiver.T( eggs us"of our orange'groves, '-s ill we'do'ot"de
11 ,,but, tho.di \vnl"v8f; accom. which induced take it.: oblong; bout three' and'a'quarter( : inches in -
me to : !
: Ilay- OTIlY ,AVJGHTMAN pair: Many: trbesabove'ui on the/St.
panted _by no objecUons.'to: ,the law/ 09 ,athreat. mg,received my passports,'I left Paris on 'lengjh; i t iflering i :materially from' hen fS egg.1: ,
j Branch Pilot
Should the objection 'bq to tl ebature'br.th tho 25th April At the time of hiy departure :St. John Bar 1835 ,. By'"the politeness. ,of,a.friend, ,we 'were, recently are putting forth 'thrifty, ''sprouts-some,:lOr
July ,
; 'remedy proposed, arid< the recommendation reprisals iftho bffeflsie transmitted to an I the growth of this season, Fruit is
asking explanation plenty-
'1 : twent in
'' tPn ir/ -on i number: Those'which'
; part, it.would ,be easy 1 to show that 'LATE'FR 'i '
o the terms used in 'Serrurier communication the'packet and in. short the people do, rival their
It stands on the same groundvrth any other 'to the' remained' ship CaledLondon ia i ;Captain Graham, we have ito ere the oldest,' J d ''which/appeared
Department unanswered I
l' remedy; that it is, not hostile in its natUre but'I' 'have 'Reason1 believe that pa' ps' to J une 15th, ,and Liverpool have: ndergone d l longest incubation, (ifive'may more frigid, _brethren in, some ,little. luxuries, ,
I ,'that it has been'resort d to by Franco the answer, wb'en'glvenwill; be'satisfactory. to Juno ICtJ. : :nse' the expression) pearedtohave: their money' or tjieir. gardens. : cannot
I 1 to'procure r'edresii'froni' oilier powers} and '' ''The new' 'from Paris is ( later )kind* 4 band ; afford diem_
$ I tivo'aays pi }. o .which. embraced two :thirds{ ,
, :to' i $ ,,two extreme,s had, At ,
'war,; butsucli an argument not neccssa* charged havfng' thus been brought to .UpOnl'th( question whether.the :Ameri- a ,a meeting on the 6t1i'qJt. of the General
a lanfe
'ry I. This Is not'the case of a national l ihea" close,I presume that my services( can' rio can Indem ty Bill had passed"the Chdni- rue tAe to'a transparency, although such Committee of Arrangements,.for,the,celebration
p' '8ure, 'either of )nen 1co 'orl a iol1-lt': '' id'a longer bo useful to, ''mY'' 'country arid ,I berofPeerieachotliier the London papers contradict .wa noi case; We examined several otheni. f .of the 4th.of July,, _

:t r oommendlltio only 'or ono' branch:of therefore 1rny,1th ftho"! Presidents'will be ; / The Timessays/ the bill ,un-- i One" was' so advanced, 'aa to, exhibit i Voted-That the, thanks of the Committee"

Government to another;; ahd France haS pleased to accept' hiy resignation 'of the derwerit id)1) ry long discussion, and it vas signs of t i/e-:completely: ,formed=the; substance ; .be tendered to'the Hon. John'L.

.4it8 shewn that 'proposal! of this nature trust'with which 'I have-h en honored. 'I finally reso ca that the articles should be indicating? a kind,of pulsation.or beatbgof -' the elegant 'and eloquent( 'Doggett.rodr'

-could not be noticed'as' an offen e.. .In theth&year shall.terminate' .i i; by 'transmitting! 'to: theDepartment considered'i t the sitting' of thq following ; th vital' parts,;, .,>Ye/ 1Jldnot.of by him on the 4th 'mst and ,they most respectfully -
1803 the Senate of'the? U. States seine }papers relating to'niat- 'day; Thedomestic' Morning Herald says:The ascertain how : ,request a. cop','v/or publication.ElWLLIAMS.
"annexed to-thobill of non-intercourao- aecOon'which ters minor,importancet which I soon expect 'tV8 given by the Paris papers course' ; long the different eggs' ?,
notnll advised but actual. is .! '' had been deposited; <. 'I. for the Committee.
to receive; :{and will add the explanations' l lhighly'terestirig The, 'Chamber of f -
e. Jy authorised tho President .to issue' letters which mat '"wanting'to give' Peers pas4! d the American' Indemnity The river contains many'of tlies 'animal*, -
; a '
' of marque and reprisals against both France; full view'of the hairs of the 1issio'n up to '' ill bn Friday: l last by a; large'ma-? We believe i. we:will:'c'ail them'animals.. They ,JacksonvilIe,'JulyO,1833.Ta :.

,i and Fnglnndltthe one did not'repeal the the timo.of. my I aying France.I 'jorityr ((125}; against 22,) ,in tho shape inwbich are, ;tot fif'l q--of fowl., ,. Blit they Col.. WILLIAM J.'MtjLas, i ling' otheriof
'Berlin and 'l\lil\ ni Decrees and are rascally .the Committee. :
'the'other have the Ito or to be|'sir,'with"perfect i it I li d been, brought up from the fellows ;
'''did'"revoke-. orders in Council. This looking t -and. 'dislike the,eight of a .'GentleMen-Li est
respect,your most obedient servant,: Chamber o: Deputies ;thus defeating 'all reply, to"your req
'clause was not acceedcd'' fo by the Itepre- '(Signed)' EDVV. LIVINGSTON. the specula $ins that the clause introduced rifle,as v person'with a broken limb dreads a of a copy of my Oration'delivered on the 4th,
i ,; eel tative ,but it was complete l as the act of lion. into it in thi Hatter mentioned Chamber,on Burgeon's inifeJ -Theyf' are difficult to' kill I can only say, that at,the:very short noticeof
'. '' ,The. Joi, N FdastTH three days, J could anticipateanything
"the Senate neither not myself
; yet ; nor Eng motion 'of General Valaze,: and' which it The skin or scale ia impenetrable') The best ;;
"+ and of it : 1 Secretary of State.Mr.Forsjto1Mr worthy 'o( ,publicationbut; the
complained as an Indlffiy-.both was though would give offence to .America place ,to Couch
them 'hi"or
} J : ii near :>the> eye: some spirit that Induce me to accept your
t had Ministers *
powers; on'the polSand the '
; would b omitted.? It is of i -
< ver:little Tho akin be tannedand appointment, forces ine to put"a disposal
( may thebody
r +'sl4gntty or neiuier'seems' to0' nave been or Livingston.: : yieldsgood .
which is the bill will the
right as *
consequenctheshapeit production withTaU: its imperfection
t+ DkpAkTMEjiT: or:STATE 1 I., oilinid is much used for that.purpose. ,
unquestioniijly pass by a large majority in
t1U:;Jrthe view Jiave nowta1ccn; of the'sub WasMi gton,30th.ruae'( ;'1835. ,S' ;acne frqni the Deputfes. The Und r the jaws ue two little bags of musk- Your respectfully o'l dedtservantJOHN ; ,

ject becorrect: ,'.,I have succeeded ia cohvej4og Edward Livingston' ; Esq.Washingtoa; : Chamqer of I Peers appears to have been and two others beneath the bind legs. Now 'L;DOGGETIV,
'to Ills MftjestyV Ministers the:con- SIB.YouV!letter of the 29th inst. has occupied'with: finishing off the State trials oil this-is an Alligator story. Some will To CoL'William J.-Mills;

"''r"t On'Triytelteottratao right exists'In been l laid-tc/bns the President,' and I 'am on the 13tb.. iT4 Q Indemnity Dill bad not who.. ure'stjat: > *iCa.Alligator,!' Ini,sura.we say. and others. f.tua Gpatmittee.DsowaurarA'rgati .,
iyqreign'natldn |Q 'ask Explanations 6fJ; directed to reply, that'the President cannot been taken; up 3 o'clock when the Cham: dciit..buJ hey ',are''singular ;; Telegraph
?'' their
brevea to notice'any l i 1QI, (eayr.the Darien :
communicatione'be. ber.took New
{ allow you, who have been so long and use- a ,recpfc [ York Mercury. structure '
and v iknpwn in heir character
to of the GeorrJVar'r-
tween thfl.differentbranches1 Governraentj l'4th.ult.J homed
: pTour fully employed in'' the public' service to I )
ep that to'admit it even'.I In.:single, leave the trust last confided to withoutan'oxpreeslon' persons at a' mce.-In' this section;they men,of Denmark;RJajne,'w'liothad been working
you lifaxtico,E arrival l New
v an at Orleans
'Instance, would be a dangerous precedent of his regard end "dates are considered but are,without, exception for some time atliourooy' Dulles .u
-' I respect from V< -a Cruz to the 12th have
/1& derogation from\ national dignity; the result Of of Ultimate lie, .**Fe88'; ""' articles'' drowned bond
s "and that ir the many years association been received. An entire change 'Mas'ts. our while in the 'act of pug'en

nation that>ought present'instance to be satisfactory an has expl4fl been- in'peace and war. Although differing ken,place in thl: Mexican\ ,Government; It I eyes. ever behel' ., the Scbi. Delaware);1n,outrtv4rshe! creekbefore

voluntarily given; I have then demonstra. on sepia{ points of general] policy is'no' longer a lepublican Goyernment., It BRXACB car lost An'inquest woa held o> the l-
--Aniction r
of omsi
your singleness purpose perfect integrliy is ;limited with ) t breach
j a Mo archy| Santa Anna at l
and tiAceideutel
ted that founded fly :t
retuned b
any measure ,
on such and devotion to of promise centlytried verdict,
k 1 right your country, have its head, and tht Catholic is the established was" ta'Jf w Yolk, "
supposed liotbnl/ inadmissable
been 'always'kno\\"It, to him. In the'em rehgJon.-N. Star. the pl rfaiatiff bejng a ,.respeaUbl'e Drowning.,
j e J but i*totally unnecessary, and consequenty.lhat'IIjs' barrassing and [ : ,, mechanic,
*! Majesty' Ministers delicate'poaitionyou. have and the-defendant ?be.hubaad7of the Charles is hominated b;'
: may at lately occupied, conduct lady Dougherty Esq
your and '
especially Kay 1Vasr -The who
following sent had ,
''declare that to of
fence. previous explanations your J last official note in Closing your by the Post Masjerat Indian Key., ,It was engaged, marry the plsiintiff.The'verdictia ;"- the Union party i candidate foi" Governor*
i f y given by the Ministers of the United States; correspondence with the French Government picked up on U 20th May; about 8;miles '-von of the plaintiff; was one Georgia,-arid 'Wmiiin1 Schli t'by'tlie A-

I dent Mdmteequently.approved bad'satisfied them tho by.'the Prefii- ,'has met his entire approbation, exhibiting north of New Biver on the beach. I'thousand dollars,damages. imnutrotibn, portj; 'for'rho cam ,o ic'.
on subject of "
as it does, with truth the .qve, U the '
\ .i the .Me iIge.' anxious I Ship John Sergeants Philadelphia, lightes t. When a female
',L desire of the.Government: and the peopleof Christopher ,eki toaster, from New 10 ficr.trifles.witi'h r own heart{an4 tLjB ;f- 'W Ii will,think the Editors of the NatioiulInlel
'p"oti est: ;nf airy GoTerqment during the United States to maintain the Orleans fecti i : to',
most Philadelphia, sailed on of her lover, u igeneer"- to forward tJieit'papor1
p "ltb 'w hofeipontrpversy, have been misuaderstoodor liberal and pacific relations with the the l tom&ny\JUlother\ "
nation lth'
May i'1 eight days at sea, latitude and'lige| husband'of ,via, Chajleston8.Cand ,1''tWeth.1f: .
'th& her
properly and which were and. labMquen % ( .
i appreciated you accredited a I D- 2520 Key Largo, alt well, .
is '' choice. to We .. passage.
.r the question daily changing its e arc)- cere effort to"remove ill-founded impres- whoever this bottle, is earnestly piy nouat'of money, ih*, h" -
rfA\' \tefbtiaUori entered into forpecuTiiary sions, and to soothe the feelings of nation requested publicly the time and eabaotbnte erpromiseaamattcrol'mer. .' Gen Wifium'Iy,Hair3ion deelinea'beiot i

i ( t positive to Individuals,. involvrtod 'al susceptibility even where they have been place that further proof may be had of the clianii.- .e, PI' iadthe.J .i. 'to world will,,,beItOa'.. ,_ thatauckatticlee a.3 tuididate. fot Vice r,teudeitt of Weum d
no obligation! oh their GOvern. unexpectedly excited-while'at'the' same coarse and velocity the gulf ctream.4 \ I -art t>aJitforany 'J Btiterf ... *",-'" '
., ,e muketn t ,-_OJ grk, #.r*11ta v.1 testes'

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JolLyA duel took; place on Saturnalterrioon IJl\IAIL1. AUHANOEMENTS, 'WE'are authorised to announce the name RAIL ROAD NOTICE. JACKSONVILLE},,, .
Itet I 'between''two;''individuals of ON ROUTE,110.! 2471. COL JO/MT ir RftEA4, as a Candidate '

place, on,the; Illinois to; immediSely VIA PABLO., to: represent the County of Duval,'in AND TALLAHASSEE STAGE. \

opposite out Vhy, Vvhich!,..as faithfu Leave St.Marys everyWednesday,at 2 P.M the-neztVLegislative Council for this Terry

chroniclers' otpoAing e v ntsllt' becomei Arrive at Pablo'every Thursday, by 7 P. M tort'_ ". ,RUy 21. -

lamentabte' uty to notice. The: prooary Leave: Pablo every: Frjday,Vat G A.M. friends I TilE.undersigned Commisstonert{Weno e 1;
,arrangcmen2sbeiag; : made, ,the< Arrive at St. Augustine same day,by G P. M. THE that pursuant to the Act entitled '
JjID took' their,petitions I tt about; fifteei Leave;jSt Augustine every Monday at5 A. M him as a Candidate to representthe An Act to'amend an Act to incorporate the THE'pullio, are informed that'* l line of ;. ,
parties theAvonl./irc, both, pistols,wer Arrive at.Pablo same ''dAy by C P.1!!: '" f" County of Duval,in the next Legislative Ptomnx PXNINIULA'AND JAcxspNVittR: RAU. Barouches mill run between ,I .
paces:at when of Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 AM. : Council i Jane 4. ROAD COMPAMV Fflbfulu'11G,1835, Tallahassee 'and Jacksonville; to lta.- this ''
simultaneously I
one .
.(discharged Arrive at St. Marls next day; by 11 A.M. that the Books wile again opened at Jack plaoe every Monday iBTForty 'I
the Parties fell, as was: ,supposed, .mortally; : VIA JACKSONVILLE. THE friends of SAMUEL EGLESby, sonville, at the store of I. D: Hart Bay-street, pounds baggage will b. allowed 1
otinded in the breast. Ills antagonist cos Leave consent, announce, him u a ,Candidate the 4th, of and to each and for any
St Marys every, Saturday, at 2 P. M. on day May, continue open passenger, greater weight, \
but,a glance upon his'apparently dying foe Arrivo'af Jacksonville hexkday by G P, M, to represent the County of D\VaIt in Ol'e'next until the 1st day of August next to receive ono cent per pound will"be charged for every I

who groaned like thunderr-when;;he threebispistol'downwith : Leave'Jacksonville every Monday at 5 A.M. Florida.Legislative' Council for' the'August.of subscriptions for-stock. to-carrysaiJ Rail' Road ten miles. \I j

an f.wful"crnsh-! Arrive at St. Augustine same day by G P. M into execution. CT Fare through'each way $25. f" ,I,

streaked it like}lightning for the ferry bootand I Leave St. Augustine every Thursday, at G HENRY HARTLV him' "By tile 8th Section of thii amendatory Act, JAMES iIIARRiS., ",
in the haste arid (terror of his flight, i ijs it ,ArMr '. _1 MR. annnmces the Ole subscribers for? stock keretofore taken, Jacksonville'! Jan. 14. ,1 3lf i,

said:,tore ,his"trowaerdoont(aslf. h yeIand' Arrive at Jacksonville' same day by G P. M. of as Duval.a Candidate in the to next represent Legislative have a prior right to subscribe-for the same ,
-having Leave Jacksonville every Friday at 5 A. M. amount of Stock. n'the Nw Books. .
earth were coming tpgeiher: I "" Council. for this Territory. J' CONVEYANCE FROM .\< ,
,in the truth of that Arrive At St Marys next day by P. M. '" IS.1MII D.: IMRT. *
full reliance .
doubt a Mandarin June 20. '
no ..) ,
VIA ST Btwrr. :
amiable couplet of -: Leave Pablo every Friday, at 5 A: M.: W..J. MILLS ,. :' :
', H 'who fight* and runs away, Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 12 M. TO, THE 'CITIZEN OI DUVAL STEPHEN EDDY,. I .',

f May Hve>' fi htanotherday.; '' 'r Leave Jacksonville carne day, at 1 P. M. COUNTY. -J08. B.I"NC STER.. ,. '1 ..") .

:The pistqls.'funknpwa.io( ",the flying indi'vidual i i7 Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 PM.ISAIAhI UNDEUBTANDINO/tb&\/ in Jacksonville, March'31, 1835 14 J

) bad'.been loaded by the,, second; < D..HART, P. M. :aeLighthouse r .' TilE'Subscriber will tun d ood l Dar ueh. .. ,"
'with corAlHzJkYa'nd.tw'iMxm;: as the p.onge, ;Jacksonville July 31 .;1835., : Keeper will lnterfire, with my NOTICE iIs trom Jacksonville 'to

with aTea*1iquid.. droitij .coeenle'd ,1 : duties 'rfpresentative'i.of the,;'County, .ifelected St.; Augustine,'once a 'w*ek.J to leave' this
BaturateA ; tiie
in the bostnrfof the'falleir man, fine LI 'r.,Q1+",L'E. ERS,',, &ndthat, BhOtildnot (probably) tthe' lieretiy'given, that Our lloolcp r for r eel" place every Monday-motniniV'd strive V ln
': flow ofblood in the PUt Office at Jack! necessary,leave of absenceHo attend to ing subscriptions' to St. Aughetine on the evening Of the tame day. '
intended to represent:1the he, REMAINING, County,'on 'the \130th Legislative Jauties;-I beg to 'say to my old, SOUTllERN 'LIFE' IN&'U./1NCE.' AND ., Returning-will l leave St.. ''Augustin on
,had ceased to, yield a further supply, June '1835--and if not taken 'out in' three friends, for.'whose past. and,present 'confidence TRUST COMPANV.'wUJ, 1 e opened( at' Out. Wednesday morning, and arrive at this placeon

'rose from the'-gory earth'and; followed the months, they will be sent to tit. General Post in'me, I entertain the most profound office of Thomas Douglas; Liq.in the Cityof the evening of tha same day".< -HO, : ,
''uneven tenor"of his antagonist's;way,to'.tl, '- Office as Dead Letters. ," consideration; that if agnin' elected, 'I will St. Augustine on the mcmd-day of' November 03"" Forty pound. baggage will be allowedto
'city.rSt.[ L u S.nuUedn;June 29..' A \ serve them; and every, thing in' wer next, at 10 o'clockA. M. and will each pas..ngpr"andfounllreatcr" weight,
James:ArnowMagdalean 'James "MMattarr, shall be done for their welfare: Ifyfor the be kept open from time to.tine by adjourn one,cent per pound,will be charged for very

A'fatal recontre took' place, as we lean Arnow,' "Mugu Mattolr, purpose of attending 'the tegi ltitive'Coun- ment, until the whole of the stock shall. be .ten.. miles. ', l'
Beacon at Chuckatuck Edward S. Aldrich.. Arthur cil leave'cannot be obtained from the rauthority'to subscribed i not nceeding'tl rl! days : a \\\f''
from the Norfolk cClusky"clntyre, pror LOT CLARKROBEItT I BTFare l way$5., ; ;
Virginia;Tuesday, between William C I B I Thomas be absent, (which'I do not anticipate RAYMOND REID ,ii,, n:, PHILIPS.. _
Cowperand Samuel Whitefield, Jr. Pistol i DriEgbut; S. Barrows. William cWhir, 2'Wllbam ),! will resign, my J,appointment, as Light. THOMAS, DOUGLAS. ; f"Jacksonville' Feb.. 2, ;' ," Ctf, iM ,'
; ;, { ? j jNO"
house "
4W..J. '
H. Burntt, Mr. Mott. Keeper.
which '
shots were exchanged one'o, ( Tour fellow citizen i ti; .: ,t i 'Canmissioners.I \ ,
Burritt N '
!p Ssing:through Cowper's:abdomen, proved John P.'BrownElijah William J Newell : JOHN 'VARREN. June 2d,183),. 23 1TO T114VEL1ER; !;; i
; "
fatal ; when Josiah Cl Parker fired;' alWhitefield .,
Butch, William'Norton ,
'and killed' him"on the spot,,and John F.Brown j i AlenY.NicholU: ''I NOTICE: . 'NOTICE' i.. I I
::11s 'a:negro .whom* the"..ball.' ,glruck.. Samuel Blair. .0 f HE "subscriber ,having been appointed By An act passed by the Legislative: l Coun- '. c
.. IT of tins 'T last session
E: : RussellOrmandStephen Administrator1 the Estate oCELlSIM the'Oovemor .
HONORABLE AND HORRIBLE MURDER.' =; J.; Eubank... W S.",(Olmsted" .4 WHIDDEN; deceased,- by're'questSall and'approved ,by }' b. 14th) THERE will be w re alai conveyance, ,fur. 'a \ '
We.find)in the New .Orleans, papers; ar F 'P'; who are indebted to 'said'' Estate'to 1535.the'Subecribers) were 'tppointed Com j Palo. once A week from tit. Mary'sOeo.
persons V
account ofaiduel, recently fought in tha Cornelia C. Fitzpatrick : -, Ja-nes Piles, make'immediate' payment nd all persons missioners to;open''Books 'aid receive 'I subscripllon :, by to St. A JiuIOI'I') leave Nt.Mary' .
'of 'lank be localted ('VfryWedne.day,,at 2 o'clock, 1).M,
for the stock to
Pindarvis '
circuinstances'otwhich strike u;s George who have claim 'th Estate are
city, : any on < reque.ted '
and Pablo V .
: murdernJ J. B.-Fiaher.; Miry Price;' ror lettlement.. V in tliia'Town to be calLd TilE ,BJMK at next day iPersong ; i
clear case'of to prese'nt'them
:.as constituting as a who wish tof avoid a night J
Henry 'Pagetti.ft! ;- WILLIAM R ER Adm'r: ,
was'ever brought before a,i ury. ,The par- : G. -. ; ; lure on the water,will find very comfortablenocpmmodatlons t 1
1 ties.were a l\lroi.Dunn: clerk',to[a.merchan Maria Grcenleaf, ,Thomas .2 t Jacksonville_ ;July. 3v37ALL In 'pur.uan'ce'Qr' 'which' lie Subscriber at Fernandina,. at, Mr, A.
named ,Blinturn, and McMahon, clerk of Alexander- Graham:' Ridgley' ., hereby give;'noli e'that the Hooks for Sub. l>ji.', and can avl.F.rnandin l tile next
II 'S- I "NOTI E. for'the: stock in said Dank will be
-one of the New Orleans Courts.' I Bcription ,: morning and arrive at Pablo the same cI.y.-
Hart5 M. E. Saunders I
Nj,Sunday Morning News.; :! Isaiah D. persons are autunp against taking opened in this Town, at'tlie Counting-Room They can leave Pablo tvtry.Friday morning
1 -.T. ,' I ,J LucyIShennon, Note; of hand;dravn in fl\vorofIsaiah of''i Messrs. 'Dll.nchard >& Rider,, corner of at 4 o'clock, and arrive at tat; Auguntlneat U,
X >**-k. Robert Jones, 'f' > 8. Streeter, D.:: Hart, for 'one ''hundrid tad five dollar; Day) and Liberty streets, 'at 10 o'clock,.A. M. P.M1ame': dl11't i leave'8U: Augustine every

'l\lr.'Wi R./Hackley' .of NewYork tn ,bar'bor 'has'now'a Thomas J, Jones AprilSuarez./, payable thirty day after datj! bearing date on.the fourth day.of May neib Sunday: ,,?'and arrive'gt Pablo same day. '
diving/bell"in operation :the Elizabeth Jinking. 'y
; October cighteenth'one-Jioa and eight hundred W. J. MILLS Passengers wishing to:visit"St. Augustine, t
of is >Vestl'und will'spori! apply:'it 1 c q 1 K' I" '. ,Thoma.Vermila.., t ,:\ ", and thirtq-four'dnd; siaed by Elijah R. WII..LtAl\I.RlDER. will\ be accommodated on.:reasonable terms.Fare f,

I ',the Florida:''reef where; from the.nurnerS John" "'Kimmeyv. .. W" Tucker'and':' : Thomas- Suat. P, as I 'Intend. STEPHEN EDDY from Bt.'Mary's by'Pablo to Bt AujrusUna. '
iusjwrecks which annually take place there; J L ,Andrew Welch' ;, never to'.pay said:Note. kr" ..ISAIAH. UARTr From Bt.: Augustine-to Pablo $3. .l'There l
and the transparency of the,coral ;bottom; Bourbon'L.Ioytlter\ ; GeorgeVaJteraan.. I 'THOmS SllAREZ. Citiniiiitsiontrt* is olnoa safe l boat which;will,run ij

,he will find an qxtQUsive field- for operatingland +:ISAIAH D. HART, Pt{1\1., I IOoit Jacksonville, July 4, l$&* 2w27jIX.L Jacksonville l E..>r'April241835' \ ; once a, week from'Pablo to JacksonTiU; drill ', i I''

which doubles. will bring him. a rich J depart,and arrive so as to meet Ui.. mail( I
i harvest. $ : i y Alps.i ., I now.Mr.Tlnmma, wi'Iltry'it-- 1aaoo liltirwARD; boat on It. return from St. Mary's and the, ; '

-< '.' f .-; '-. RAN A WAY frog'the IlUbsCti 1; longest. stick' "locks down the Ihn-' HEREASvUiet'; Vault of .die,,Bans of itage as it arrive. from Bt Augustine. Far. j
The PostMasterGeneral has determin her, about two months since, mon; 'I' .I'D-' '' 'HART.. 'W' Darien, in this lity,','has been forced From Pablo} to'Jackson-*villfl it*. All fare f to I'I

""rtidiatht th-ft.trfo"fl of panpry'conBtltatin; hU tw 'negrci fHlldWs1,1Gtwg( -Jacksonville'Aug.- -.->- .,J .Cf'835.i 1 A. _- 29tf. :onea.and jobbed, t.b.' )1oveireward i .of FIVE be, paid at Pablo t 5. TAYLOR;.. c I
the face of the seal,affixed to a legal instru and John. Geot;e,.'a' South !illACK 'THOUSAND DOLLAR wll.l Ve paid for proof to iO-TJiy: !Matl b6iV;;wiU'Kav"itaMd>or St.MaryV .
5nent' or'' other.1' document I Bent by moil,'i Carolinian:born,is about 40( c 2 r ',OOO'- LBS OF ; -' ."MOSS conviction of the Robber1 and recovery'of the every Tuesday,and return on' Thursday -. '
Dot 'considered chargeable :with' .posing, years old, of thoTniddle': size, 'W ANT ;D.t1 amount. The public 'are hereby 'cautioned ; ; TIle .ta e.IeevgsPabloeveq' Friday. ,
'under the I' well!! built) he ftammers1 'sa mItE ubscriberjwilljputhase,, the above against: receiving 'an f 'of the Bills' of this for St.'Augmune and returns on the. uccee-- '
Jaw,?_ ,. 1 V ::. much that at tim. it is difficult JL, quantity'of: Black'Mosi i if.delivered in Branch,.and of tue Mother Bank, in which I. ding Sunday, . Cm3, I i

,At a'recent, I br8ti I ;'on'of e to understand- what he says. $,avorinahpreviousto:; ,Jit,,Cc! )ber, in", largeor the principal amount_ lost holders of UilU ,
the wishing to bd'particularly pa;' ,'J hn''an.-African ]born, is about 28 years small quantities. I will please: present them, without delay-, 'DRY"'GOODS.GROCERIES, :V k,c. 1IIl
triotic party in his gave asa, toast, ;intended old, middle size,stout,'fat,and of Very black ,. J.WMORtlELL.' ; such as'they have, as the old f mission will be "r # .
cups, Both Those Sa/annali June 17.V 47 TJie amount missing consiatf bf j- WIIOLKftALC: &TAIJ...,*
"United' complexion. jobbing carpetters. : Called in., 'I
for the motto of the State- .weBtaud : '
[ '. two negroes are* "probablyluiking in the Bills payable at Principal Bank <, Subscriberkeep'constantly on hand, -

; provided fe J fall.? neighborhood Whitesville',on Black Creek, ,' NOTICE: In $100,bills, $. l t'",,000 TUB! effort for lIlLIe, on all,goc>d.ten as i

'Cttaroos FACT.-\Ye: understand thai Duval County, E. F., where'they' have their WILL- hold.aMagiatraeu. Court at the do,, ,60 '" 17,000 they can be had ;at. any store, in.Florida ,th*

when the Sir Walter'Scott was struck bj wives: 'George at. Mr.S t Yi. Carey's, and John. I,.Court-house jn Jackwnill on Ole Sec- 'd9" .*20'i'iU' bills '" '20.000do 14,000I : following article, vixj .", : ., ,

'lightning off Charleston i the,electric"''fluic at Mr. Drown.reward. ohd'Saturdfiy'lvi'tdcli: month atl0o'clock;:A{ 1,,.J ,, yt;',irlLod'$10$' ,11 ,'11. __ DRY i GOODSr' 'Jf ,.

}struck down n'poor.little'pig that I the coolwesfeeding Francis, The"above Gee;) (Merchant will.bepaid in St.-Augustine by Mr; ;Q.M..In'rriy,,absence.; will bwioes"b punctually left,with at .t 1 If;- thwr--, >$00,000. Broadcloths; CMsimere, -'Sat ln.ttl,." andNtgro'Cloths
leaving.cuffee unharmed. thirty dollars ,on the delivery in the jailor $. Ef REETER Bill payable*at Savannah Branch, gre n< redandwhit.l'lannelbleached ),
t pded.o.r"
'' said city of each of said negro i'j;; beside the Justioof the Peace.. mostly 10's and 20's.?rr't<. .17,000)( ,) brown, i( strip ands plaid
Fourteen .thousand, six hundred and seventyfour reasonable expenses'.incurred to* bring them payable at Milled,'*ville,.';,i < IM Ilonaaspuns,, Calicoes, Muslins. ,
emigrants, landed in New. York' there;'or on toe i delivery to. the person 'said Jane 11.:, V ,!I,a; ", Pho nixT bank> .;NI York, t3ilk.,. tllgves, oi..q"". dcAp; .., I, .

dunng,the first,six i, months- of thie.year! to receive them at,any place where they'may -' .'v.: lfrEJ"jl" .. '. ,, ,.,,.1! ,in $100 b.ilU/ + .J ,ooo. HARDWARE ? ,.' .
i i i i j ip "i i ii: be secured with the,proper 'information given ; ,1"i 1 .various. ,," < '2. ,. Cooking parlor: ,and box Staves, Brass and
O Several Communication' which we to that effect to the said Francis'Gue. a small family a good Wendi, who un-t ; ; -----, J,75MatineariilTe common Fir, 'B,tU, Lamps,1.and>'CandleStick i
:have ;; the last two or three ... M.. DE FOUGEREB... demands cooking. Fonuch an.one;the Insurance Bank: 113 *, .,Percussion Caps, Guns, broad and I 1
,weeks, are'unavoidably omitted in'this numb St..Augustine'JuJylltl835.' '2w2! highest wage. will be gir i, if applicationis Planteni' Bank, Savannah ; f),,175 narrow Axe.; Adzes, hatchets, Hammer, ,
.> "
rand will.be attended to as soon as possible '' ma.d.lmm.dlately.l Stat Bank: J.120 Augers Shovels, Door-latch, : iJutU, and i

NOTICE.CLInz'I .Inquie at this.pOJc! SpecleHali'Eaglei l ; V 1,000 Scrwi&cf&c'" : ,' ',/ ",' i'
t' till' iv' ? I
MARRIAGES. July 2.;. '... .27t.t' :'Qo rter. I 5,000
:-. Orricz-DoviLl'Couirrv, ? ,,4 i Mexican'Dollsrt, :' 1,000) FURNITURE., \ .1, I'
At Mandarin;, ,Thur y ( 'Jacksonville,August 3d, 1835.: j FIELD" JIA1ND8,3'ANTED., Silver Change, :300 ,Sofas, and Couches,work(earn, toilit and ;

July,) .by the. Jtev, 1\Ir.McWber,1rr.Johi ALL. persons having any deedsor other rpWELVE'-Dollar* a moth will .b le paid! ,A liberal reward for any: portion. 4w '"Tables, W"h,Unds,.Looking Clime. ;

Hamilton, to plies ,Margaret, daughter [oHenry. of writing to be, /ecorded, JL monthly,for five or li ixjoodiWd// .Hartley j ,Esqoi I will please leave the money for recording the. and,Fifteen Dollars, for God Ploughmen, President qf.&he.Dnnch Bank of,Darun. GROCERIES & PRO VISION 8..::, ( t

some also*-will-otherwise not be placed, the deeds.upon,or record,other until instrument J .1, V : JOSHUV. HICKMAN..' Savannah, June 7, l 35.f CoflW,Tr''loaf and brown Bugsr,Botfl ;

JJEAT1IS.. the. fees is paid; ,)V1ay: 4'-: .' :"''' 2w20.. I CidrChampttign i ClartPo: !tj rind berry "
4 d FOR SALE. Wi. Iamp,0h1i'ub.ooo,
kind already e*
rAt fit. Marys,on the 25th ult., Capt Rich Person, having papers oruy J ; r 1 Itive'Corn 11'slottisad. Ifcefand
rdedwill call and pal for_them, .PTICI Stilli,nearly." \ one con. Flour j ;
-ard A.Hill; aged 34'years, formerl'com.D re p ease, '. TWO Copper M ker.l Salt Yiah,1'utoes
u.der-ofUl..t l Florida he work is done, and 1\fantmJ'p&y( af\er'thI. application will V two hundred: gallons; with a- i J'orkCodllsh' .: 1
; a. /
am packet! Ac. ,
HART 'Clerk.Jacksonville ., 'SIX.'Veeb ,the othei and J;hone, Ao,1
-, ISAIAH D.. by the *nbscibr; to-' the lion. heatcrofthe sane eij) cit1'i cone ytterl ; i f
PASSENGERS uir..3.',, 29tf orabl the Judge of Uw County Court of Du Uloing fifty'gmJlorir, wbicft will b*,disposed ,V, V .: ,-.ALSon.1'/ t ,
of on of at Urms adranUgeouf to the pureha..r, M.diciri-.andialotJr-',nrleC r
val County, for letter* administration ? Drag,
Per Steamer"Florid* from'' Sannn, h',Jrfra: )t."D.-, :pI iGQ ) the good- chattel: jrVliUand. credits of For further parti*ul .n)Inquire of 0. BCD'I .Crockery and alas Yf ar*.,t B ..kBinbnAryi < and ,1; c

:'A: Kinff Mr' .,:Champion,,'Mr*. .Murphy, Attorney and Councilor at Law.HAS HORATIO LOIY Jrier Jeceued, of Nassau I IIQTOX.EM.Vhlte: ,Till.,or at this offic. i *,,VlMfpiin ntvf WbH. I .
''..Messrs. D.L 8.''Gtuwold.*E.Rogers' and A office'in Jacksonville for County. .- Y I ,CBARLE8 SETON. l k_ niU..1rIa) 0. 19tfC Arab, and .Bl, Ja.ek IlatCap',, t'9 W* j jiihoeelogdlier.ith
'S. Miller. .opened an . : : : I : variety pf other:&r,
-. Per schooner Baluda for Chesapeake Bay; raetice of tle Law, in the several, May 23, 1833. I *> *

"Capt. "'"luddtogtori:; and lady,T. J'.'Drown/ Court'of Duval 'and of the adjoining, conn- NOTICE.A gabscribert' tides. 'nL4MC iARU i& niDER. Y,
E. : and four children and IT slave ties. FOR) SL'E.Two LL person* Indebted -' '
lady ,
q Jan. 1E>x3.:
noWDr book ,account, are r 4 Jackjof"i, hi : 1trr
bj ,
that business
I He .1 himself entrusted l lot or harness
pledges -
Pie -*
.. Fowling <
to hi* cue, shaJ receive prompt and .ble for hearj 'work-four keg ofDupont' quest d. to MtU* the, basal without their,delay storeafter ; t N. D.-Ceahtpant; 4 Cottte,1id;!| ,.,

". .;' : 'Jl. R.INE. JOURNAL.. diligent attention. best'rifle po 4er. -one.flat bottom. and no the credit lit of will February be rinD. at Horn,TslttIeer8klnsFunmuax. Ir
6.ARRlVED ,JacbonTillefJaly 15,183.> 29tf .d boat,,with the oars The above articleswIllbesold BLANCJIARD & RIDER.JacTtsorivilfy Air Orange falt4a./ ''_2 dc''Itf
oF? nr"1.im.1..rAocosT .
POST cbear-fflr cash. WTIAIOTIIC' 'I
Apply r4'r
very Stf
!ZJtli, 183S. ,
STORE TO LET. Gl1TMAN,, ., ,.!
-July 25chrAriel: ,helms, I. i J r
...from 8L.Augustiaer THE'STORE at MABDAEH re- or at' t di Office. 'ffOTJCE1 NOTICK.
Charleston. bl E. A. CoiiiiB.Rxv' -' April 30.; letf! : ,
Scbr. Saluda, Perry,from Justice's Court rio ifed that ..e
hereby pur.
'' : wJl W rented on. fairterm fnb :rb.r will bold a persons are t
AuPll.lat.tu.mer Florida Ilubbard, 'Esq. stand for business andpoeseuion'tlan STODART A CURJBtlER, "THE the Office of O.M. Dorman; Est'.'id ALL \o the'Aet of CoDgrtM,of March ,
from .vannal},,, ., It is a good Xn..Qo'.arfllC'" ,and Jacksonville, on' the Jut Saturday 'In pith 2dlfcfll: entitled, "An, act to provide forth
be hadimmedialely.
CXEARED-July 2C-Behr.: .: George& LITHOGItAPHEKS, ; buaintw l offeneeer'cnmitts d ,laeut- I
In teA\ ot
ab.nc punishment
month. ,
Boston. '' Apply to C: READ, near the premise ? & and EIO A vw.Ncu my Oak'and ta
May, Wilier, with )Jr. Dornun, will be punctually attended ", rvnipving Lh.) r ;
August'l.;";'&.ScBr; Mel, ''1lelmq, for ,St. Mandarin, August 3, 1835. 29tf 1, Wdl..tMti, Yea Yorlu;, iBLANKS to. ''irTEPHEN EDDY', othr Timber, -or .Uft' ,rt"';YH fa ...TaIpUlpotea. 1 i ,

.Augustine. . Justice of the Pease. ." Pwitiv proof will Li rwiuiwlof t
4th- chf Saluda,'Perry, for Cbestertown, NOTICE. of all lAcriptiftn Printed at Jon:J. 23tfDR. )1' pel'lOD' .blpPDluda11m"\haUJ.; \ .
'Chesapeak bay, ,.vith 20.QOO ft Southern tim-. ALL persons'having demand aeainit the *,at ihort notice, _. urns UM not ti eat from U ta*proper t
:ber,10//00 Ih Jgl*.,and a lot of furniture.4th tate. of. Mrv CLEJtAfm&E CAO- '|rjrAld Job Work in t handsome. style, CIIARLKK HOYT offers kU ly of the TUrilu4 SUjM, ,or from' land;on
Florida Hobbard for '8aThe'brlffIko VIER. dec. wilj}preset them properly! attested. rTfd for1 .a.
Steamer : rs
and on reasonable terrtf- (eMoaal Mrvic to tb*'inhabitants which \hj> Timber hu. been '
'V and all pel'lOnt indebted to :*ai4 .J tau, '
nnntk' Lit
. '. : %Yeatoleazed' New will make immediate JI ymnt to. ; *- D.e
Torkffor thiipDd' the Slft'ulL'and U. .. it*.. "f: .q. ," ..\v..JJ R29t.s .. ding-MnifestL; &. ;eoastajoUjr" __ *for:1 sale at I U Jacksonville a 41 1tP1h1 Jan.Phyadsa.t4N 2l,18Y'r" .at.. i W! ;f Jl1Iuarj-ttl83; : oftl a,11; >biattl2Itf f

:;:?AoorJj'"*.. *e r' jd "**/ sd, **<.w. ,*:,,; Jaduonville. July ?all i 1 ,. 0m.Toffic.-.... ,. .

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'i ..l->:.HMISV.EL'JNE0; ". Quarter Session,Courts Tennessee, one IIfinbscribejr has orihand,' iridioffert 9 ORIDtt.s" : ; ,' GAZETTE.:-Volume' tlTt1\Fonrfl\

Joe Phillips* was Indicted for assault and ,for,sale, oh reasonable. terms,the follotding'articleif Published. ,every week by ', ,
A Dr neffcniFTiOir' THK ALPS. .
Solicitor C. PRAY.,,
The thliar
battery. called ,Mm to eare via "
Much as we talk of nature, there are places -; The,w k'wi beVmblished
and addressed him thus "You '1
where we',feel tbft our previous conceptions number,contai> n(('elghtlargi acli
indicted for misdemeanor and 'stand 'ql1trt
: have been dim andparrqw. jje, Broadcloths i I iSattinetto, Negro Cloths; -equal to siztf duodecimo *
words--The pageor tniscli
t ''t Avho:;'crosses the, '.Alps, will experience this charged in these 'Jurors:;for White and I yellow Flannels, bleached and .. 'HtTBBARD: l laneous and ontfAal Walter, printed' '

1 sensation, mangled; ,with a certainty, that the State, upon ;their ;paths, present that. brown Che kJ striped and plaid Ilomespune'Calicoes ; 'tXnLlJ fun once a week from ,Savannahto rior white paper witW'erfectly'new oft M,*7
late type
thousands of painters and and millions b Joe Phillips, ;of the'county ofd on' Silks Gloves, Linens, ImportedGingham'Sjtaambrics V ''to Picolata, touching at Darien, St. handsome title page:and 'correct index inn
i poets.. the 10th clay of August 10-- with force Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba- be furnished '
of others, live,and even Mary's, Jacksonville and Mandarin.R. ,and the'work at the end of
I' and arms in arid'tipon the body of John settee, Ozn burgs, Burlaps&c.ARE yfcar;will form in. the
of excellently
suspecting power scenery over the .'& W. KING printed
with malicious intent assault 'DARD of four .hundred
r' the Scroggins, an :AND 'CUTLERY. ana sixteen
mind. Our
across pages
journey' I Splogenwas ,
at Savannah. equal
did make; with guns, swords pistols, and ; Ldlesticks Gun:Axes Adzes Agents three thousand duodecimo to
to us, a day memorable for ever. Our .pages. ,
clubs, with malice aforethought"" Stop, freight payable by shippers. AIL slave'paeeengers The volume yill contain
recollections are of grnnrleugtoomy v tnCsHwful patent Aug i, Door Bolts, Knob twenty-six pUc.;
tudo-eternal sublimity_ 1\Ir. Lawyer,"say Joe"thereVas something Butts, Sere Brass Knobs,Hoes,Sad Irons, must_ be cleared, at the Custom of music forth9? Piano, Forte :&;c1 equal; 10
house !
"one hundred of sheet
of if but you're it. s'dar j common music
i There were moments) during the ascent making PadTilleetTrGunClose I wkict;
i of a kind and new to ,me. Whoever .,, sight worse than ;5t"''was.". "Well, how Brass j port ] J Knob'.'an'd .Mortice Locks, Conveyances for St. Augustine, i in readiness could than not d be l1l purchlsed'separately for ]he
seeks strange under the BUD was it Joe ?" said the Solicitor., "Why. Knob,Latch Js, Powder l1aaks Pocket Steel, 'at P c lard. s'i nd the publisher is'deter.

!t E :r ha. has dwelt sometbing/\n n 'pJ4in.l pew 'him' ascend,aI 'I and John met boe day on the road, and yards Bed Keys and Screws;Chest Hinges, July.113,1.. mined complex'to arid procure difmnlt the eimple rather than'tM'Although' ,
says T to TnVin:'tKia U a dart> day for Bnflkin. Cork Scre hand aridcros8:, 'cut Saws, '
veritable mountain, ana ne win nna u. owe, Then'sais'he ;riot bad neither Knives and Forks, flntlania--riaiea Table M A'C O'Jf S T EAlli: OAT{ th* :publisherplaces no depen_

toy/me so very ; ,
i'I wonder and ; dance whatever
amazement, gloom rapture and in the' '
for killed one Tea.Spc .ns, Iron Squares Pocket Com support it,as aliu.
rod :
ricer long. 0 rl'p
a AY.) froni
,during which you cannot smile, combine upon pas e., Tra ring Knives, Braces, Socket rary paper, its engravings;yet there wil
i i to elevate yo The road elude up, and Then says .I, that's a lie, for there's nara Chisels, &c'GROCE bia presented occasionally, plates fromcnrpe

'1 up,. and,, upa mad stream, white with snake in this country half 80 .long. Then IES k ROVI 1I0NS" and wood of beautiful workmanship ana fin.
side-amid arter good many'sich compliments passed ish: Already have; appeared
t foam,'thundering dap by Its Coffee '1 a beautifull1)
t slopes and cliffs, fo e ts.abd vales-then ,a 'tween us, says John to me, says he, 1doesn't Champaigne:, 1 sa.Maderia--Claret-Foranhie.gs. Loaf and Brown: engraved portrait James: COOper;

I' plain arid a poor hut,bra ragged town and I milk my 'neighbors! cows as some above.company take this'method of executed: : on steer,and thaite,vignette);
Wines N THE
folks do. And then I hit him a clew with Spices, E. Rum; American that pAge, engraved,err copper. ,
beggars.Mott pause and rest end the'public they have
some ; Gin Holland Gin ,
; Brandyj'SoapTabac- Its content Will be
I ill then, again?up and up-winding and turn- my fist on the Mae of his head;and then we' co,."Flour, Com, -Rice, Pilot.Bread" Butter purchased two Swamboats'the MACON there will! 'be''a neral'recrd vsflousend splrited'u i I

: ing-sometimes through ,tremendous ,ra- set to and had rpl I scuffle, a fair fight, then Crackers ,Beef, Pork, Codfish; 111raekerelt, and:EXCEl ,jFhich boats are to run regu tee, Statistics, Obituary of Qccurrei u.

,1 'f f vines-sometimes: : by magnificent water- just quit so--ana we bad no gunno sword Butter,,Lard", Cheese, Figs/Almonds, Raid, larly between' .Darien i and Macon, leaving addition to the Tales,Legends notices&c.!) &e.,.;in
: s nor pistol nor lub neitheri need'n Darien once week with two towboats. ,Essays, Tni
fat s-eolnetimee along giddy and yawning you sons, Apples, Hams, ,Bologna .Sausages erecy elling. Literary, Fugitive
11, ha follrin'nr'nll'l The steam /will draw '''Historic
int : 26 inches
IrUlrs-Yet W :tl. inlnmvil lin acid UD.- nonsense over tO the Onions;&c. &c. nly of Sketches
I Biography, Poetry &c.
"' court, when th re was no, such tbidg-and : water with lyo good engines in ach. The making all
Then the lace elegant for the
01 uie eanu ; '
cnangeeana -ALSO-.Crockery paper parlor;and for the
John ; he'i willing to fight if 111 company hale/ been at'great: expense place of loter<
the grass fades nearly a way,and the nake'dC says agin, this line of polite, literature, contributions" will
steamboats I
and Glass Ware IIi the and be
: him strike N. C. 'foder"nd Shot.Shoes secured some '
everlasting rocks lift their gray firsL"-tSalisbury[ ( ) front of the most
Altamah hid river 'wpuld popular Ami
Boots and
Watchman.AFFECTIONATE. a great variety of articles numerous respectfully rican'anthois. "
tbe' s6i1> Tbo of six thousand .
tempests .. to ,mention... the patronage of the public. This line will The 'work
I years have beaten against' them. Now the AN PAarNT. -.A. teUowbeing'accu '- HARDY 'H.' .I HILIPS. be great facility for merchants who wish to taih hiuch'will be printed is well, ;and'coi .

I road...,steals through; desert stones "broken and Scattered aWQt= Darien to Hawkmsville United
now was br before Skin.,'Tallow >Fur! Beeswax and Macon 6r'in States and
ight ''magistrate. ', Moss Deer ; it'caD sa/ely'and-truly be
through a lopg Clark: I gallery, .wet and drip- where he deni cl the charge l d declaredgfenf Horns, &c." H. lL P. shipping have Cotton :to Savannah., (Arrangements the cheapest journal of the'kind. ; called
been ,
ping-now at the brlDle 01 a ,tremendous made to forward I cotton''or
that he had, U for the Jacksonville :151835. 3tf ,RMI-Three,dollars '
' i respect poor, goods without detention between' :per,annum as, the
which ,, Savannahand
x precipice, imagination.wouldreceive .
your is"
; dumbhanimalordered. l for proof the.donkey was Darien. paper firmly established-to be paid.in ad.
t', It as the eummrj, of any mouutuin; before he magistrate;, 'The long- ;NElf'GOODS. No'exertion'or etpense will be to vance. Two '.IJar(for, six;'months, to 1.
S spared
, v horses but, ; anon, tbb filing panting, .swfaung of cared cidpHf: 'alked .Into.the office,,and THE Subscribe has for sale the following give the greatest'deepatch'to: goods or cotton paid'Boston in advance.,
drag .aroundan.angle rock ; '
; of ,;
; with a look p profoundgravity/ his mi rchandise., shipped by this line. !
And Jo ( above, you overhang, other cliffshnd I put Superior, << Blankets !
't l head over the r. Its sleek condition and quality 'from $4 50 to A ..other mountains, _'in: the's.kY.Ipiles, freedom from rulses soon became estabt &5 50 o'er najr. ;. ,. : TO THE UDIJ1C.'

I t BVTCIIa' auu VIJTIUIMIU*ofsno\'ltand: ice'f and, Fished.. The owner was his ',A good quality.itegro' cloth Ji lc.. pr yd. .BALDWIN.: : ..& ,CO., Savannah. '. T" 'HE'UnSCRIBER,'having ,purchased<

: t so near their awful heights as to startle you, dism SlllJ. ovenoyea at Irish Linen; from > c to $1.00.' J. ,Gonniari,&' Co. Macon. The1'Southern'Agriculturalist from i lid late
I 1 the 'white line runs higher and ; y donkey enid he, "is in a Best plaid Home 7 ydsfor; MITCHKL & Co. Diuien. Editor'and Mr.' ;
.19, yet higher, al puns $1,00 lU,/ proprietor John D. Lent
and you, believe! that his your path still'en lup ,cond liliii i ion, >and I take a, pride i in .3-4 Homespun bleaChed lOc per'yard, 'J. ;E....&:B.,, Dxtxiro, Charleston. solicits the support' r.lhe''friends of Agnct.,

I keepIng on SO:, Lord .Iaveyour worship Superiorfancy. 18 3-4c. Dec. 1834. tare and of the
." CSnbevevnu-etid. yet It IS.inq .- ipes 1 Interests connected ;>with i i it,
,,',: earth ,ISH now .' he s.: never ,wolioped more, nor,vot i Silk h'dkfs from 4: to $150, __ throughout, the'Southern States., He baa
loiany mm ,
''the temperature, and atmosphere, heavens does him' good-he's' 'Just like von.o".lny'' .4-4[unbleached I hinting 13o peryard'by; 'LANpr:rAT ST. PABLO published this work.for Mr,'Legare from i ill

arc.cbaoged. ,You wrap your heavy family, and as fond as a baby. ;1 can't see the piece, or 6y'd. for one dollar by retail ','FpR SALE. commencement, in"the .year,1828. and be i.

any difference Tatwixt_ him',and von of Shirting bleaehet from 13o 'to 25c pr yd, thus! practically acquaintedwith; die mode in
cloak around you,In the biting cold.? D41rkclouds" hown !t" *( ,Fancy: dreadiid: ,;,furniture I calicoes from THE; Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or which it should be cbnducted. Its
1 public
I are rolling gloomily,,over your path, \ 13c to 25o d by the piece \ Negroes,or good acceptancesthe ,- tion will be continued on'the ;
and the '.white:snow shines beneath; you, FaulT iw SEisoif.-Sir'Hugh Platt relates Satinetta,from 811.2c to $1 superfine, moct ol1ow Dg'tract of fine Live' Oak ham. in the game manner as heretofore same:with inch and

and the*.wintor wind. shakes violently the "that" Sir Francis Carew once mak- Superfine cloth $450 per yard, land on St. Pablo Creek, bounded as improvements as hid experience '
closed glasses of and the .White-''and red annels from'371.2c follows, vizi6n'the West by Pablo Creeks As the may suggest
carriage ing
your as a splendid' entertainment for' Queen [ to subscriber is solicitous to make tau
.'road, still! ,mounting and bending, up and Elizabeth,'Beddirigtoni; led her'majcsty G21{2q per; yard, I the on the.EastJ and by'South Winslow'Foster's'land, bn Journal the'vehicle for di88emniin ting useful
.jup,'tums your face to the Bed tucking fiqi 183-4c to 25c yard '' byl lands of Cornelius information'-not'only; ''
now jgbt-pJ ,
after dinner tq a cheiry-tree in his garden, per r,' 'with' regard to erta -
{ to the left-you catch far below l ,LMusquito netting g quality,$l 5 Taylor containing 'twobundred thirty; fished systems .
W- which bad on it fruit, in 'their'prime, then ; pr ps. 'acres.' For particulars husbandry, but also eipe
ful j'ALSO apply to I mental efforts in .
gleaming* of, sublime cenc'.yuch above month L Agriculture and .llortacudtareheinviterfree'addunrestrictedcoi
{ a after all cherries had takentheir.leave' A good asaortiae, toffancybeltribbandi.b .1. D. HART..or
; dire; wild depths;of azure-rnsuclv:; forms(;of of England. Thls'rretardation button k JAMES''DELL.: znu-
I, cold blue .,Ji/ledffnd.. ewing''silk-ball and bicati6n from a11"per oh' in these
bqilt up'around he Jacksonville Jan. occupied
in the eternal you performed, by straining a net or canvass spool thread- tiq'g paper-superior do.-: 22 4tf pursuits; Let 110'one imagine.that .
silence '
and shrouded in the eo'vci\over.the whole' and ladief white hhorn 1 J. _' facts .oliaary-
tree; wetting It >> and.poodcombssilk'ladcotton' I .or isolated 'experiments are too trivial
,,jnlst'orid' storm, that your very soul is hushed ..i't the,weather.required,"with', a" Coup; so brellas-and a' good..- 4 NOTICE; be' communicated.All. [systematic, knot to.
r ; an'd chilled, and you feel as if death; the by obstructing the sunbeams, they grew sornment ofU3The t:} A'iperson.[ indebted to the:'subscriber; edge,is but the ",aggregate humble partic.

king of terrors!, had hero fixed .!his! : homo ; both great, and were very long)efore they "DRl1a' ND MEDICINES. eitberby Note ot Book'account"are requested lars ; and Science, in department:
and, wero a spectre ,to stand in your path gained their perfect :cherry ;colour and abovJacksonville articles are ofth bestquali-- to fettle the same without delay'and brought perfection,not every through the'n.tru., .,

or to lean and beckon to you from his! car when'he,was assured of the 'time her; ty,' :will 'be I old for small advance;''for no credit will. 'be given at m store after the mentality single exrraordinarymindbut
ma- 10th Marc} '
of rolling mist, yo'uv utd behold him with cash, ,or.Produc lIARDY PHILIPS. by the contribution of
jest would 'comelhe' removed particulars
: '
out for, the tent 'JOHN W., RICHARD. .Jacksonville, March 3., lOtf i..div d1l8.1s: ...1d 'lInAI'1II1... : ... .by_many.
starting; your imagination can and a :few sunny days brought them to their --- ------ -:n....... .1....... &a.ya"':'..At'..
.icarcely/ be more excited. 'A> cataract, full maturity." an. 22. 4tf ORANGE STICKS. many yearn, he Iai desirous, therefore, tola,.

.'i which on the 'plain,. would draw all Europe I I Ii CABINET tURNITURE I CASH' will be paid for.One Hundred Or- as many'facts to record' as can.be 'furniiahe;
to it i WARENeVYork and frqm the planter who Jis
fashionable in
as a resOrt is hereno Sticks of systematic
PBIGIN various'sizes '
or THE: WORD L4Dr.--It' was HOUSE.AMES' ., on delive his experimental ,
curiosity. Its lonely thunder1 swells and Tatthus labors, an] accountof 1 bit
anciently the once immediately.
in 5.
custom England for those failures
dies in 'interminable, solitude. ; H: )OKE, No..1(0) Broadway!' as well a his; successful) efforts;will
away fortune had 1
blessad with be:
affluence,1 Tent for acceptable.'If: the lutare
Twenty times ,we. thought ourselves at the to,live at.their '' Sofa eale'avery kind and GREAT NATIONAL W0A'liERICAN worthy of being
t constantly manor houses quality 'of recorded t "
height of this,> in -SideboardsSecfetarieeBook -. thej may be,imitated the 'fiat
stupendous road, and yet Itstigtzag the country where once a.weekorofteD"- : Caaelbles of 'descriptions- ''MA'GAZINE, should, be noted in order to be'shunnedr :

''before couno appeared Sever' mounting far er, the lady of the D18Dordiltribut to her Chairs' 'of;;a. vi 'quality-High post 'and Of, 'lfuatratcti Entertaining Knowledge,to be il- The subscriber hope.'that this appeal tohi.,I
us; up and upi, till the cold grew oxy poor neighbors, with ''l er' own !bands, ,ej French'Bedste a of Mahogany:! Maple .ly numerous Engraving f. fellow citizens the;South, will not be invain.
treme, and the darkness of night overlooked ( Hair-and Moss lattrauee--Feather"Beds-. .- 'It would be '
certain'quantity of bread* 'She was hencq \iT1IE O TONBEWIc1c; C a reproach1 to o\1r-Plant
us ; and ,Werwere::!'completely' lost and denominated by :those who shared her Looking Glass r-Carpetsf-and 'a 'full assortment FT1HE bat /piy., to meet the fate of the Southern'Review.: "Of
success which '
enveloped ,In heavy wet i clouds, ,, rolling bounty;; lqlf, dis ti;lvhich'\ in\ Saxon signi-i of' eve'' r thing-necessary to furnisha JLlication' of the best Magazines attended the pub-: the l last it may be justly'said;that it was s if
around us like a mighty ocean house. : from the fered to fall/when ItfU1l0t' for
tees the only rearing
tt Ireadgivtr. A gradual English Press has led
E .* < .* i[Fay's Sketches: hi the corruption ''April. '. :3wl5 periodical fro preparation for is os a well merited fame as !fa'literary' people,
t' ,' r manner orp, otlouncih! l: they .word suing a ) more particularly adapted but it was'alsoi vindicating Southern bale
has produced the modern'term : to the wants and taste
,lady. Itfrqtiable Is of the:American
: SUGAR LL FOR SAKE.which'with ., pub itrfrom'the''unjust '
which have
PERa>irEaaxC>zIL/TitrlTEp-K3irglla* from this Hospitable custom'arose lic.- While it will be "the object of the been'sO aspersion.,
bert Bruce the restorer' of the 'Scottish the practice still uni I { 'TREAT IIRGAIN i is o1 'eredln the prietors to make the ''wor pro liberally bestowed upon us out of our i
ersally existing; of la XjL-'sale ; strictly what its iecti of"country''. The"'Ii. .
I of S tlier
a w Mill from title 1'Af1.
Sugar West indicates
monarchy, \ it
otlt ,
being one day dies the ineit will nevertheless
reconnoiter- serving air;their own tables, Jameter contain culturalist't"un'some'' measure r f PointFoundf7l; of Centre,Roller, all articles of interest to supplies
i 'Ing'mo lay ui nightIn iti'patrone-which place or-the .
1'' enemY a uatti iw- two feet two an a'half inches;arid two Southern Review"so farms.r.
FRO foreign'
appear Magazines.
" longing to a loyal cottager.< In the""rmom: A :O B QtUKXK TO AKOTHiC unsay pna foot! i1 and/.one-fourth.inches Extensive gards the circumstances last.alluded to. It

r"b'" ing still reclining his head II on the pillow of ;-;;JYfend !tJoluir-1 desire! thee to go to with Iron cogs >ints,' &0, '(tae also.a set-of into,both with'preparations Artists and have. Authors been" entered' serves'u'a Register-not"6nly of methods

straw, hel beheld assPider"'elimbing up.a one of those sinful n en'in the'flesh called Ketiles from the oted Fouuidr nish. from"ill'\' of : 'to-fur Husbandry but also of'facts 'relating Eto'snf'<

i abeam of.tha ropC: Jt7ho.lnaect. fell to the an attorney and let im take out an'instru known'by name f the Carran.Foundry, waras ., and IU11Itr&ti ns parts'of the Union,:drawings system of Slavery. The subjects of the deeupline'the' .

ground;' but immediately raade'a second ment with ''ft seal thereuntobymean.. ranted and proof malleable Iron The cagra which the publishers every subject of interest will 'treatment, ''the-characters-of
essay to ascend.' This attracted the notice whereby we.may lie zethe outward tabernacle pacity of the d Kettle is threes hundred enable,them.,to issue a confidantiy1 work'' honorable believe! Slaves, are fairly'suited( its pages, and'

of the hero who with.regret, saw{ the spi of George Ore m,and bring him before gallons, 'and p i wrtioned'or'"graduated" to title and acceptable to the American to its constitute topics as interesting ana import t
as ,
'der fall*'second tlruo'from theisaine emi the lamb-akia nen .at \y minieter sixty galloDl., og four to the set; all ofen 'The American Magazine is People. tention any-which can engage either our"'own atr

nence. It made a third unsucceepfbl l at and wish him to d as he would wish to, 'Cocontain' < Vats;'and a"Cisferu'togahsads'of monthly-:each!;kumber containing'published between feel a or the attention of those) abroad,'whC)

tempt. Nor without mixture. thirty ,Syrop, -will be forty and fifty imperial legitimate interestin; our conceinl.
of concern bevdoneby. And so I rest.thy. friend in disposed )Hied octavo pages, At Two 'Therubscriberbegs
if for elution.
or curiosity the monarch the a shortly, for at least DOLLARS per ann tm,'payable' ;in"cbi
twelve times advance.v .
.. beheld light, tw.nty-fiT. "resent lelew'ceaL."Av 'Y& ----' '" in- to lemark.that If-he hlld YlM' hnd..1r.n to
;'the insect bafflwl''' in..its aim t but the & I umpnseenn.lt.. 'Mia, Biographical continue the
line '
publication it
*Boa-tlivhat i dmet.d..to JS..U. CO%, OI1 Sidon SketchesofdibtinedA of this Periodical, ,
tuineonua caaal'nss ervwuea wlt1: IUcte.c owo'lo of your Plantation; Mcldtalf County >mericanju. Views rbe.W1ODI4r; kvt* b s..jtber'
; G.orgia-I.I of Public
4, It gained 1 the summit of the barn } when the. girnUtb, said a greenhorn one day as he Manager,) will b'aRended to." Building;Monuments; and im move from.our city'or been :.suspend .

I kin' ;, etart ng''/from''biscouch' exclaimed, entered bard ware store.. The dealerJook March 12. .cwll lea rovements; Landscape, lCeo.er.r-th.bound Whether will be inhupowei to contin4eit,

f "This, despicable insect ,has taught me down several! parcels} neither of which sui country variety,will and form beauty of which ,in., tale will depend not only on the FecuniaJT butthe

perseverance!;:! will follow ita example. { ted. 'Well then, what kind do oft wlnt; THE UAS ,R .SR'S. NOTICE.. struction and gratification a* unceasing source of in.. IateruyContributio. Sqnthernfl( : ; *
f \ have I not been twelve times here is almost every ; Engravings and ters. Heconfidentipagwdeareq mutter
,defeated by variety. Wby dam it, descriptions>> of the duracter ) Chu
the enemy's'superior// force? on''one fight I want, to git one of them are sort what TREASI 'S'QmCE, Birds, Beasts Fithei, :'and Insects, habits, &c. of in hands, feeling full assurance that

; more.. banes_ the independence_ of my coun- bores square holes.' Tallahassee] arch 8th,''1835, J' with every subject onnected with,: the together there neither wanting the on.t&V part oflour Plantar,
; In an act passed lit Nonm'ber.1 it liberality nor mental energies De-
, MY a Fie Majra were By graphy, History, Natural and
r I fully realized, by the glorious uuauilvlpuuuiia result to Scot StiAtW.-.XU, Bfissoun they baTe I I 1 is provided tit't all Bond executed by sources of the countryWaatrttedin Artificial re cessary to sustain:.the Southern*Agricultoi t.
no familiar ,
l t? land of the battle of Bonnockbum.v pIl 'snipL Tb6y frequently planfth.e JJ,but Auctioneers County;shall Courtto beofthe "orwarded the Treasurer l the'Jodge of the and popular manoery} Charleston;'EMILLERi S. C.;Dee.J;1834.Vn liabu.
strike Elston !
they so daep, that BI1Cid
the ; Tenons
pilfering Coapcay. 'desirous
Territory of :
Florida and
rogues thatall 1eiD/apJdr
; Auctioneers No. 47 subscribing
RIVAL C1NDIDATLS-.TWO candidates who lire on the ther.side of the globe, lay shall quarterly in each Street. to W. T.,WILLIAMS,''Savannahorat thi'aofiiee.

1 fJ i, of the name of Adam and Low preached hold of the rpotl'im pull them through,'so the tat of January, tmnamit yeu.commencing to the Treasurer on. ttJT Editors of;of-Newspapers throughout the .. "' '' 8
I i probation sermons for that the labor and under United States who will _,- ,
lectureship which :; crop is lost to, the right" bath/taken berore"some Judge,a ; publish the foregoing S -
was i In the 'gift of the congregation ,' Mr.; !ful owners. Calhale' effected b, him, with' the amount copy Prospectus and notice ,the portents, of the JOHN A. i SILLOWAZ
.: I > 'Low'preached in the and at.what time ail place Magazine from time to timeihall be RsiEatsaad '
Tor and entitled
' morning, taking for'whom aferelbndw'BriTw: 1t'FA'
":hiS Choosing a ,wife is like 0 the' the same Now to the first volume. !-.
text,' -Adam, where art thousand clipping hand was mad.. all Auctioneers UI '1lItita. Jtaia', .
i".t' 'rnado'a'very,excellent sermon, with:which 1 into a bag ,containing ninety-nine'snakes are required to take notice of said law, and Any person remitting the Agent,.by-mail, TT7ILL attend to thtelling; aad-lIoyi let

r ,' "the 'congregatipa :Appeared much edified. and one eel Ninety-nine to one you catch confbrm to it,.r sulti upon their Bonds toast I. post paid, Ten DcIUn shall receive' six YT of Real Estate, IB every put of th.
tho eel be for
Adam who instituted. Jadr a of the 'County Courts copies one yeaz*and Continued t1D\\ed'StateL'
plr -
was As( !
i present, preached in u the' ,long i reopl a 4eslroW'Of arum
..the for his are requested witE-ut delay '. to forward, rooney u.rg lariy forwarded Ingfonione the id knot 'r,
evening,taking text the passage : :: oneaty"it man's pait of f U J1-'tI) :
I i imttiediateyhllowing th'of : aA best robe'his choi properly certified sai approved, the Bonds of liberal price'will W>> Gaud"fors oast always reeeite 'corieet'informalien by

flA ;,bore am I." This his rJvaJL)and .; apparel 11| many people,t as if fearful of Auctioneers' in their poMessioa. and well,wntten articles, or?drawing appropriate illus applying at Ms officel 'lie will receive or dd
weiring it out, "by it carefuly: by their IARLES AUSTIN, trative of national i jWbjeeta '-* for various ,kiad of
his .,like ; Menhudbet:4: {
sermon gained Mr., A. the '" jpos'J '
Treuuxer '" '
;' ,.
.4 t lectureship. Sit lay-coat. 4'w\'4 .,. <.t :f f csf thf. Territory Flond r terest Sabsenpboa.receirat thin J4e :E at any!part o/ the Union. CJoirunnnieataddressed" e

'" '- 14 Dee 25,1811"f; : .1.,1 ,! tO ins 'proiiiptJv'Allei to

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