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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: September 17, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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while yet but a sergeant, ras writing redations tho I
bSCif A WE !C. fc NAPOLEON. on inhabitants. Ho now received the ancient, ally of Franco
# PUBLISHED one (day in the open air, undr the dictation a commission to join its ene

m' L. CURRIER, Si .CO TRANSLATED FROM, PAROLES ET,5fiis MEMO- 'of Napoleon, then onMioreback., ral, and followed Gates as into a Brigadier South 'Carolina. Gene-. mica whelmed at a time With when that country was over "'
RABLKS On the instant misfortune and that, ho
a camion .ball pursed be BUt Gates ,
't TSBMS-$4 per yearpayabfe half yearly At the corona r on the tween them, and 'covered Jumt's out was obliged! to retirevith' thought he spike tho language of his government 1

'"i advance.-Single papers 12 ants.mF ,. 3d of December, 1 DE'lU'POLEON."t Advertisements i inserted, contractsade numerous. Yet thi offer, and in its name, said, that it ..
ijid press returned' hen she ingly to the. ball-Thanks niastjr\ bullet, (lid not discourage preferr.bd
Morgan. Ho
I, for,yearly advertising, in reasonableerrns. ; retired to her [ to bo you are "cry obliging indeed tlJ 5put the ed in the attack on Colonel Tarlton comman and trusting to tho good faith of France, '
[ No advertisement, wia be, inserted d alone for sand "' at t to its dispensation, when able to do so,
few 'moments. on I
tar I a ?Inf mlass paid for,in advance; The ; discharging so just a debt
this circumstance the emperor goe? : to her. gaiety and coolness of Jumt,t charmed Colonel wardj Colonel
awl All communications by mu maybe ,adr Judge of his astonishment pnlsceng Josephine Napoleon. His 'rapid'advancement' is General Pickcns wire \Vashirigton ur. The conversation alluded to was at the I
icr dressed to E, WILLIAMS, Edi4r,of,the Couier supporting her headuqonJier liands well known. t; < honorably ;'notic d time,, I believe,.mentioned by Mr. Craw- I

t, [ ,-postage' in_all cases, ;Je paid., x and bathed hi tears. \* A'x''l' When they camo to,announce to the by that Congress occasion., for.When Hhclr General bravo Greene conduct) was in ford because in his ecml-otrcial correspondence, '

tro -: ', \', ;What is the, matter; ntad&eV? inquircd.bcr emperor that Prince L6uisijfttI'Wssia, the afterwards appointc< \to' the corrimancyof could from tho Mature of the ..case, it '
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bu not \he
AGENTS become
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baUld"of Sarlfield bjra, \ "T blare than prob- .
Ao "Vhnt sltali )i say;;Biro T rephel trio gyn. qut\rtf aster Iii sometime Wltlfhim., hdijjIiJfSvaSlbbngredto << 11bt haft 'fW.t'+ ..da7oe 9adb _f:""':l II
Jfewnansvilh Joseph R.'Sanchez.: l sitive'Josephine hers :into \5 replied with visible discontent r* nuch : 4y r01 ;S 4iI*',
throwirig
nt s p retreat, for want .of mcti and then Secretary of State'contains..ft( : I a :
ed Snrtno1 Grtne--J.'Gamson.Esq.P. M.' nnnsI.. kiow not, myself; but for tw tho worse, gentlemen, so inb'ch tlieworto ions ; and it was said Greene and Morgan Such'arc the circumstances hr .i 1
Mandarin-'E..A.. Cohen, Esq. P. M.'GE'ORGI.Il,1 We wound and wake as a, I :
hours I We felt if I : princes them prifr
past as must weep.I aid not agree as to the route bat to bo taken cart recollect and they made ,
p .1' Oners but \vo don't kill ,thcni.'. So thi '" a deep impression
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neverteless ,
am, I : and soon after ho retired 4'om tho army on mo at the dm 'of fan actwhich I
chip-console ,
AI St. Mary'sDooIi'ttle, Esq. P. M. Como yo" 'arc a -"( ur- brava quartermaster4wasiot' { 10 do cap- ; some said in disgust; and jtliers, with instead of' being as our long forbearanco i
S l'annah-S.hilbrick, Esq. < self. It is a voman's caprice. Dry your tl ln. "'Napoleon, said General l Legraud,I moro<<; probability of truth, (for in a former has been used against us,"should on tho r
Macon-Edmund Russell., eyes-you': fi vo'never looked<<; so beautifulas 'was doubtless ignorant that the unrter-. occasion ho had yielded td'Gimral Green's contrary excite the admiration' of nations

to-day. j hOve all on returning to the master; who had, a hard contest\with a. opinion,'and the latter had nothing arbitrary and cause tho heart of every'citizen of that, I i

d [From: : theBoston; Pearl.] saloon,.let IK one'perceive that you' have bravo man like Prince'Louis' had not tho in his! deportment)) that his stito of health ono capable of performing to thrill with I

e WHAT SHALL BE MY THEME wept. TbeIfill say. that I have made a choice of means. V made it necessary for him to pturn to his delight and pride. rt I II .

LADY, shall, sing; of Love- scene for you' One day of a'great 'review upon the family. General Morgan\ Ecrv ono term am respectfully, yo r obel'c servant,
moonlit stream and shady Think of lese involentary tears at the place du carrousel, Napoleon was riding Ilt i in Congress, from Frederick county ; and EUOKKK V.UJ' '\ fJ
to jOf grove, instant whei Josephine, at the height of full gallop along the line when his hu fell ,ho appeared in tho field onco bore, having .
,k jjof two fond hearts that wandered there, her ?' shed i of tie command, of tho S
grandest, ought not to have them; off. A young pupil holy tcdmic Virginia inlitia against OLD BACHELORS;-There are certain
To breathe ir vows-:a hippy'pair think of thoJu"painful tears which attended school who happened to be near, pick d it the whisky insurrection in Pcnj'sylvania, in peculiar characteristics which are always \'

T But what is Love' in modem times! ?' her upo the ,throne,and you will bo u p and presented it to the emperor. 'Thanks If94. He died in 1799, the sine year ,in found mixed with the Ingredients which '.

Ii 'P is only found, ia,i idle :rhymesh tempted to fay that she had presentiment Captain said Napoleon smiling. t which tho death of Washington occurred. make up an old bachelor. In the first 5 {.

h IWe sing ofvoy.'sHf grove, and :stream, of her divorje; and of the events which afterward 'In What regiment, tire ?'. asked the'' place,certain peculiarities which were lim- !
conlucted her the tomb. [Froni the,New York Anerican.] ilar the
to man with an admirable of to natural disposition of tho wholetribe .
Alas t 't is all a poet's dream : young presence
ri ( When unfortunate Duke 'd'Enghien mind.. The emperor,' astonished, stops, ,AN INTERESTING'.plsaoSUIlE.' of single gentlemen*have been Increased ,
U Then what shall be my theme ? saw that h6 must die, he gave a lock of his looks at the pupil a monent and 'replies THE'FRENCH CLAIMS: ,&c,-It may. bo by a similarity'of, habits in their !;

' Shan itbe, a bi\tle-lay .. hai$and his' portrait to M. Savary, begging immediately' In m'y gua-d. Rapp took remembered that some eight o;nine wocks single state Similar in the:original structure -

clashing steel, and' dread affray?, hint to rem ;' them to Josephine, being cer- the name of the young nun, who tho next ago, inquiry was made thraigh the col- of their minds, they become more and '
U : to tain'that she would 'send them to a more assimilated by the of their '
person morning received his commission of Cap: umns of this paper, respecting authenticity simplicity
JOf all that mingle in' a fight, ', whd was very dear'to him.-This was Mademoiselle taint But not having yet flushed his studies of a that Mr. Cravford, while modes of life. They are generally anxious '

I The gory field, !and sullen flight ? ji :" '. tip Rohan, whom the prince had !. he did not enter upon active service minister of the united States it Paris,.had to pass for youth, 'and extremely offended

[The dying shl1f'ks..the struggling brifatli,, tenderly lored.-'Josephine received tho till two years nfterwcfrd, nlhoufcb his com- declined a profer of tho.allies,tt the downfall when asked their ago. Though they may ,

I As yields the''fa1ert\ man to,death fI ', portrait and the'hair which she moistenedwith pensation as captain'was' .p'ul,' him from tho of Napoleon-to include udcmnity for have no intention of getting married, they I

I But song like this,thou wouldst not hear- ber.tenrs.' Sensible of the noble confidence day of his nomination.' the claims of America on' F.-anco, in the manifest a. great yearning after tho fair sex,
I 'of tie unfortunate prince, she instantly amount of retributions then exacted from and are particularly imrtiaUto young girls. '
It is for
not meet lady's ear,: dispatched a trusty'trie senler; to [From the American Magazine.] that nation. No satisfactory,answer was They have a great abhoraneo of old mold*,

What then shall be my theme ? carry,the hair and tho portrait tp their ad- GENERAL DANIEL MORGAN. given, and wo began to'1 fear tl at, what cannot perhaps because they are s6 often associated .

I Shall I, lady, sing of Life ?' dress. Seeing the next morning 'that her General Morgan of Virginia was a ,dis- but be deemed a rornarlablo instance together in the raillery bf conversation. '" .,
I husband shunned her, she thought that} officer 'of tbbA; iierican of,sympathy, for the altered fortunes of a They Ire generally very arniorous, very
tinguished ;
This too is but of strife- '
,
a scene having heard',of the message sho had /pent in the war of the rev loii01.,* He was army a friendly nation,'and of generals confidehco: fickle, rather CQquettish,r I and very, great '

j From manhood's dawn,hoary age, lie.was displeased With her. She explained native'of'New Jersey but nust'have'.removed in its honor and j justice under happier circumstances dandies I They have jikeU'iao great regard ,. .' .. "
I One ceaseless_ warfare'we butwage": ;; : ,it to,him in the sweetest '''way in the into Virginiawlienquite, might: after all, '\turn out to bo for their' dignity smfco; under 'their ''( 4,

T7te.warlsliaone: ..wads, e'fielal-x.."; .w .j v \iv for he had been residing thmaxHjt| young twealy -; merely an unfounded rumoft <, peculiar:circumstances,J bhardto ,sup_ ,J ,,:., ;' /.f
We war with'care...:lo death we yield ; Has it ever-f happened iliac l Jl prevented when the war beg a.; Little has Happily the"'annexed ttafement"Toc6lv* portitrThey' hare lned-.htgt .not -.U." _

In vain do we'misfortune brave, you from doing good action, ?'' said been years recorded, of his family,.or,his education cd, by the Silvio do Grasso, sets the matter on account of their Inability, to lovbt but on
her. You mad- account of their inability to
remain
Napoleon to are happr, at rest. con-
Our only refuge is the grave : ame, in not being forced to do' ba| ones.' : Dut'it is said he was somitirno destitute of for pro 'rho' letter of Mr.\ Vail establishes that stant in their affections. Their hearts are

What then shall be my.theme ? These last words which Josepliiip confided pel1y; .nnd In the drove a wagon of. Gdcral Braddock a Mr. Crawford did receive and did decline, hollow like 'a baoori-bcing)] blown up !
living. expedition -
I to the: jount Beauhamai, andwhose Indians a proffer-indirect, but not,, therefore unauthorized with' selfishness and 'vanity; and the arrows -
Shall it be of by-gone days, against the French and on
authenticity warranted,explain tic death -of the aid of the allies, to obtain which Cupid throws at them pass
When Hope threw forth} her brightest rays- of tho Duke d' Enghien and Naioleon'u the Ohio, which was underUkm soon after indemnity of our claims on France ;- right through ; no substance to detain
tho
When Timejlew by on'golden ,;ing, state of mind after this politic mur er. he served as a private, xt rounded.On age of and tho authentication of this fact should them. Many, ortbom have 'deferred

And Pleasure in our path did flhg, Arrived at the summit of his po-V'er Na- twenty-two or three, and was British .- cause tho blush' of shame to'tingle in the from prudential motives until an

Her cheerful light, and sweetest,flowers,. poleon felt the necessity of; reforajng the a in charge this campaign of contumacy is toe add to have officer cheeks of those honorable Deputies, who advanced period of lifo,'when their ago

| And Mirth did crown the rosy hours ? morals, which the revolution bad olerablr received: five hundred lashed! One can in the discussion of the treaty'of July,were and peculiarities render them so intolerable
perverted. He therefore pronounced with so lavish"ofenithetsupon the bargain driv ;even to the least fastidious of tho sex, f i'that
Bright, blessed time We sigl\to turn hardly conceive of his'surviv }(such a'sover@ unless have wherewithal
they
bribe
severity against every thing licenticos about lug spirit of tine Americans. to
From scenes for which. the hear!:doth yearn : his court. The following is'an Example punishment shown; and tho pcrhnpT'thero mcnivho was We thank 1\1,. Vail for this contributionto the affections of a female, they are obligedto

This must not be my them taken in his own family' : j some favor, by donor gave American annals. endure from necessity,that state in which
them. It is mentioned to his that they had long remained from choice
The Lucien, his brother, possessecl i a very in the of the revolution le bu- Boys ,
is was
present a dreary track, jWar hoot at 'them snicker old i
beautiful dwelling near He had To the Editor of tho New York American'lp ; girls : maids
Neuilljr.
I Our back } mane and generous in his treatment of the their '
thoughts are ever turn and bark
flying up noses, dogs at them
constructed there a theatre hero he British officers who fell into bj hands.- 1\IS, July 13, 1835. .
To.that brief hour of childhood free -and their latter 'aro thus in ,
years spent
.with his
; often played tragedy or'comedy. After Braddock's unfortunate expedition Sir:-Your, paper of ,June last made suffering for the of.their '
.
When all our,life was sisters and intimate friends. penance error
poetry Nappleon .
j ;be resumed his former occupation ; and an appeal, to any one who, may have a youth. '
Then turn with heaviness to trace :< was invited there with the inhabitants) ofMalmaison.The I soon'acquired property to purchiso a small knowledge of the fact, frequently! repeated,

Anew our dull and misty racer piece was Alare.-Eliza J arm. For some years after be was twenty that our, government at a time ,of great celebrated
Fontcnello said tbatwo.: ,
The present only wakes a sigh, i.;., performed Alzire, and Lucien|Zamore. 1 he was, much addicted to foxing and pressure upon France; refused to avail itself Tho have fibre In the heart, and j,
The warmth of the declarations- energetic gambling but soon became frigal as well of the means it bad, of satisfying, by men a more a '
Deep shadows shroud in gloom its sky :, I ; j cell less in tho brain than '
man.
expression of the : and the 1
It ; gestures I is industrious, and lamented tie excessesof forte, the claims provided for bytho unexecuted
shall} ot be my theme. ,; well known truth of the were Women, in the course ofaetloDj describea.smaller : .' ,
costumes) I his early years ; yet his Ixjdncss and treaty of* 1831. You justly remark ,
Cannot futurity.inspire,. i revolting to Napoleon. On goiig out he I courage were retained( ]s.( that a fact so honorable in Itself circle than; men, but the perfec'tion .. \
of circle consists not In dimensions
And wake to the gave,vent to his indignation. 'If,is an infamous When the'war began he early should be sustained and go unauthenticated a ita -
song silent lyre ? ( war op- but in its correctness. There
thing said he to M.de iirrienne -: may
to the world and it affords me pleasure
tainted to command a )f horse in |
Cannot we, with prescience bold, with much warmth. 'I will not aid ought [ troop be hero and there a soaringfemale, who
he to be able to contribute to an act of justice
And with this
Its Virginia company looks down with disdain the '
,
hidden on
mysteries unfold suffer such indecencies. Ishall lt1"ar.
not to
signify = Cambridge which is, in the first place due to the
the American at
marched to u
And of with Lucien that he not have it army fairs of this dim speck called earth pffbo ..,: ,
.sing things to come, strain to must of an honest statesman now no ,
General memory
in the of 1775.
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summer despises order and regularity as Indications < '. .... '
That shall revive our hopes again ?' again: Washington who knew Jim' well, bad more, whose character, in point of hon .- But '
eta ) a soul 'mind
grovelling npirit.
It may not bed: secret spell Then on entering the saloon, as addressedhim soon as great confidence, in his braeryi: and patriotism ty, at least, has passed unmatched through judges directly contrary The 'Jarger the 1 t !-

Moves o'er its chords to Hush their swellv his brother warmly)\,had and undressed forbade him, he to give sIm-- ; end ..he detached )Jim to join the the virulence' of party ; and then, to the 11s capacity, the wider tbo' svveop- ft take x

It cannot be theme expedition against Canada, the following government, which'nobl approved in. A sensible woman lops to imitate the
my ilar in Lucien took
for
.t, representations futures utumn. No dScer was'roore distinguished course. At the period\ so cajatnitous / order which hi I stamped.on alto whole creation .
'
Be thou,my theme, O'Death !-to thee the warning very ill than MorgaS, on'that rnnuorable occa- France, when nearly'tha whole world Will of God. All tbo operation of nature

VUI we pour forth our minstelsy <'How,' said he to his bro.ber'at home, lion:. and whC i Arnold was wounded in brandishing over her head the sword of pro uniform, even In ,fheir change, and

To thee,.who bringest glad in my own house, shall In.t be free to act t be first assault, the command fell on him. vengeance, I, although v:ry young, constituted regular' to their infinite variety,, At Ibo .. ,
To hearts repose as I please? It is a rigbtthat could not Soon afterwards, when General Montgomery a port of Mr. Crawford legation dew lies longest and produce more fertility
When bowed downand crushed with woes. be denied without injustice to the simplest I was slain, Morgan, with others, was at Paris, and I distinctly recollect, that; ina in the shade ; so woman, hi tbeibadeof
folded in thy mighty arm, citizen !' t aken prisoner. While ia the hands of conversation between General Lafayette, domestic retirement, sheds around her

Weare, released from every''harm; Know that you are nd a simple citizen lie British, ha was, offered Abe rank and for 'whom the emperor Alexander had a path richer and more permanent blessings

Then take our lay ,Our humble song ,' replied Napoleon ; 'jrju are my bro- ia'that service which he great personal 'regard, and Mr.\ Crawford, than man, who is more exposed, to that
Ii thin*--to the it doth belong ther, and when it is part of rny 'policy and indignantly rejected. The following,year, the former stated that the Russian Emperor glare and observation.of public life

Death-Death shall be my duty to re-establish goal morals, it beJ Morgan was exchanged, end immediately (and not, as your correspondent supposes i
theme
my comes you more than any body, not to set j oined the American army Waebingtpn Lord Wellington,) bad mentionedhis One of the greatest mysteries is the expression '
c. P. I. an example ofbad.' The ding ended here; gave; him command of a rifle corps, with particukar'solieitudc for the U. States j of the human eye.-It depends t
but they never afterward it Lucien's theatre which/he was detached to the. assistance i that he was very desirous of reconciling upon something beyond organization for I

He who attacks an absent friend,or does played pieces in' which;there was anything ()f Gates,then opposing British army in them with England, and bad moreover Intimated have seen the eyes of two persons which

not defend him when defamed by another objectionable. i tI advance.from Canada. lie bore a dis- that, should the American Govern in, their structure and color were, apparently ,
"-that man is a dark character. in !battle which ment desire it, he would cause our claimsto / ,the and the ocular
On the day of the coronation of the emperor I inguisbed part the pre- quite same, yet
There are some reproaches which.form they sent off from Paris an immense (:eded the surrender of Bursorne, near par:! be included in the aggregate amount ex presafon of each individual WIll perfectly
a commendation..and some praises which crown which was carried away by a bal LtDga in October 1777. When he joined then making out for settlement by Fl'IUlce.It different Some owe the expression of

are In fact slanders. loon. Chance so willed it that it was foundat the main army, after that glorious event, may not be amiss to my, also, that; their countenance chiefly to.L..eye*,others

The drop'-bellows the stone, not by'its I Rome upon the tomb, of.Nero: where it J ie was employed by the commander-in- such was the magnitude of the sutra then to the mouth | nor I* it, upon toe whole,
**ce but by:the frequency of its was broken. The Duke de Bassano related ihief: in several perilous enterprises, which claimed by the allies, our 'own world, if easy to'say which feature the most exnrcwirc. -
It is falling. I this circumstance to Napoleon, takingall be I conducted with equal courage and judg- added to them, have been like a drop in The, intellect, 1 twtieve, i Ie more
common to wan to err, but it is theI precautions not to wound -his I ment. In 1760, be found bit health de- the ocean. To this semi-official proposal, especially communicated by the eye, and

carweristic of a fool to persevere in error reeling proper Well ,' replied the emperor, 'better (:lining, and retired from the army ; but which doubtless might, encouraged, have the/eeJingii by the mouth; J never knew

......:lUi Love may slip out of,the heart, but it 1 that it should have fallen there-thai) in'was. again induced to join the army in the become a positive one, Mr. Crawford a man of imaginative genius who hw. not

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i FOREIGN NEWS. and !nnimatlbg tho North. Tho relations Boston : Gazette,' says, the a letter from Perry County, Courier
'f l of kindred and country--the obligations Alexandr j is not only the first Greek ves.eel written, says the Harrisburg Intelligencer a
; ; [From the N, Y Jour, Com. let inst.] i of constitutional, faith-the hallowed l arrive at this port, but in the United by a respectable citizen of that State to I1Un DAY, t3CPTE11II1RR
which
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'. By tlio Trenton ot Boston, letters Iron]I ties of union and liberty which bind ou r States ': lie Greek flag was never before gendeman.indifc place, we There u
, ..J..iverpool.arc received to tbd evening o:I cluster of republics'in' national fellowship seen in tl s port-it is, somewhat nilnr copy tho lIo\\ing-: nothing newof importanTek *

1 35th July Wo make the, following exl have asserted their legitimate and righteous to tbo An ;rican flag, only the stripes are SomcrsdPerry'Co. Ohio, Aug. ]8, 1835. our readers this'week.. We cannot mlUl.?,

, tracts. t force-and tho North is rising! in its blue and\ 'bite alternately, instead of redTHE RESPECTED FRIEND :-Ohio is all tumult ture news, and, we submit to our fate
I I Tho debato in the house of Common! might to put down and extinguish,the incendiary and whip*, and that part corresponding to and fire against tho proceedings of f quiet 'resignation. Dullness is the vii

on tho Irish Church question was closet i influence which but yesterday, the uniOl In ours, is a white ground vvidiablue of the citizens of Michigan ,Territory. teristic bump, to.far as phrenological charac.
I -at half past threo on tho night of tho 23J r showered its firebrands into the bosom off crop; The Alexandros was built for There is n secret movement of our troops. is concerned at this seer A

, ,f '' send Mr. Peel's amendment was lost by t:f the South. 'We are even about to accomplish a brig of|vnr, and is owned by her com Our Rifle ,Regiment,. have this morninggot shall be glad if season of the year
majority of G7, yeas 252, nays 319. Mr the great purpose engaging our sis.ter ,, mander, who is a fine, stout looking man' orders to parade, and hold itself ready our subscribers do not: cage:
J I Jackson nn'd'I..ord Stanly spoke 'in favoi j r states in tho truly constitutional work of and nrrcits: tho attention of every one ns at a moment's warning. Ohio says with plain. We hive had gales and Btormt

! t of tho amendment, and Mr., \V-nm.1\J State legislation, or State judicial interference ,he passeiln the streets. This is ,not to I bewondcret one void go, and relieve our citizens. several days ; the tides are higher than J

) Shiel, and Mr. O'Connell, Lord Mornethi r in behalf of Southern right- Wei" at, unaccustomed as vvc are to How tits matter will terminate, is unknown have been for five years,and we
nnd Lord John Russell nfrainst It.' Lord"i"congratulate" tho gallant and generous Uos- the sight( f petticoat trovvsera, short jacket :-unlesstlro General Government that great danage and loss will cannot doubt

. John Kusscll stated in reply to a questionput II tonians and Philadelphians on the firm and and red iap.: Formerly, I believe, the a to the outrage ,of the Territory, owners of be snslaine
puts stop
by vessels
4 him that bo should on the part of the<<;, 'decided manner in which they havo reeemed Greeks yore the turban ; but since they there wil be bloody work.. It is thought ,which are offtbe coat
; Ministers '.bring in u bill on the subject ol r their havo ncqiired their the redcap One of our vharves is
constitutional faith, by rebating p- independence, there wll be n call, for 15,000 Rifle and partly covered wfo
f. ,tithes iii England at'tho next session. the treason of our foes; and wo with a tassel suspended: from the top Horse-til are ready and willing. water, and the wind is blowing almost a

f' !' From the French papers wo learn thai ngratulate ourselves on the friendly hostmt is now universally worn. The officers andcrew Storms are, lot unusual during this gal

the want of money is severely felt in tit is ready to rally under our banner, i in are all Greeks, not one of whom, as EXTRACT OF 'A LETTER FROM, PARIS, The wind blows from the N. E.and is month

Carlist arrny. ,Tho last supplies of Battleby ( jfenco of our domestic institutions r I am inftfmed understands our language,p DATED JULY 24.-The fourth of July was the occasion, i of aJwajs
the French purveyors had not been, ( tars and our fire-aitka, our'wives and our and are d)) dressed in the costume of their celebrate in the French Capital as usual I a great rise of, water in tht

'paid for, and the troops'o'ra still in want of 1 I tlo ones. country.lT; js vessel lies at the south side by Americans, who assembled at a Jargo l river. We can oily consider It necessary to

\ ,"';; provisions'Tho inhabitants of Navarre The proceedings'of the Boston meetingcontaiq of "Ifidia .I
J I '- .'...-'_. nro again .11n ltf apprehensions of'eooiDg ? condemnation P tionablo and t'n- j!dt }least,., I should jtvlge so, by magnificent: dinner, aa '"Fmhcnise, printers and,editor save.our lives for Letter
. ::1,<' ;" 19 'thosrnouiltry traversed by the nrmcs.TJ'6 levities of Slavery, which the thowahda'of|persons,that thronged the wo* served up, toasts given ,omitting, of "ses.
: Jdrgo' ttlo which constitutes their wealth has been hitherto wont to commingle with wharf/no"whole' of-this day. As she is course, allusion to the ate unhappy

havo almost wholly'disappeared.ff even the bat demonstrations of Northern/ tk>:first of that,brave and ancient nation ('differences any between the two countries. We do not feel disposed to fill up OUT columns
: French ministerial feeling In f i vor; the constitutional sanctity United States, I hope I with -
Lo Jn1yt&f.-The tiiercommanderwill We had an ex and a prose member of pledges on. the, subject of slave
papers contain a telegraphic dispatch of Soothe Institutions. But while un.compro'mis receive every atten. Congress, Mr. WILDE and C1., WHITE.- and slavery. The excitement is dying

from Dnycnnc, of tho 21st.. \Vhicl ,states ig in the' true and rightful ,,tion and civility from our public authorities The former has gone to the 1 hine, to take -the great body citizens at the away lw't
that Don Carlos retired onto 17th to ArTJUZO -' Southern i and, that tdo people at the and private. citizens. the usual tour of Germany nd Switzer- aroused in North
Jvyhere he was joined by the rest of, North have no Tight to condemn Southern / land. The latter (Col. W. has to giantstrength and proclaimed that
gone
the Carlist\ army ; and that in tho action of Institution or measures, in matters of reserved ,Ml ERALOGICAL SURVEY. 1'rofessoRodgirs r Spain, to see the dons, and get papers they'will rally in defence of the rights and

'the 16th tho' Carl is ts liwl.a great number rigl! we are not,disposed, at present has commenced ,his survey of the for his history Louisiana aid[ Florida security of their sister State; It is to be regretted -
of officers killed and wounded., The priucipal to qua; el with those who, are otherwise Mineral' 1 resources of Virginia. He hasbeen'upon" I had a conversation with a 'reach Min.lster that there should have been cause
of the Christino troops arrived so sot id in constitutional sentiment, the Pamunkey and reports ,
part yesterday, in which 'ho[ spoke withance for public excitement. The
and BO red nt of Let most/ favorably the Marl Beds and thedeposites country wants
us
nt rluiia on tho 10th :with thb prisoners ; friendly feeling.: unaffected at the differ between
mate' on tbo lGth. Ire even wa n in our expression of heart of- rich Green Sand, which he regret the no home quarrels and dangers to swell its
France and United
felt gratitud towards the overflowing assembly discovered on the banks of that river. This States;, and' express1ed character for ,bravery. There is nothing
'rho illness of the President of the, tho solicitude that'it should be
greatest
at 1 meuil Hall that ancient Green Sand is just\ beginning to attract the but UNION
'Chamber of Peers had vented the ( era terminated and wanting j;a union of good ret-
: pro con honorably satisfactory to
dlo of our c< mon independence,) whose notice of our agriculturists. It is found on individual
elusion of the trial of tho Lyons prisonersou both nations. ing-of personal friendship, of patriotic -
adoptiolby tcclamaiion, and witliout a dissenting the James River, in the neighborhood of '
wishes and
Saturday. voice of the preamble and resolutions City Point-in the State of New Jersey ; a zeal to support the principles
Tho Pope refuses tho prayer of Louis publis ed yesterday. warranted,'the and as Mr, FeMherstonhaugh reports to RUNAWAY TIIIIF..Our: rtaders' have 'of the Constitution.
I -Philippe recognize Donna Maria of Boston Edrors th probably,read the advertisement in our paper
who, record the gratefulproccedings.'in Congress, on .baDks of the Red River i in
Portugal, unless she restores tho bishops thus announcing an event, Arkansas. respecting the runaway i toman,.whohired 'f Great Astronomical Discoveries, lately
I ,{, whom she has unfrocked." 'The little which may i be regarded constituting a Prof.Rodgen has just been sent out for a horse and chaise of Mi. Mason, of made by j John Herschel,L. L. D. F.,R.S.ic.

; -lucen interests'the French King at this now allianci ofaflectionbetweentbeNortla i the Valley of for the purpose of this village, on the 11th ult Notwithstanding Under the above head, severable valuable
,; I 4, I 'moment particularly, as his said she! has and South. inspecting the jUrginia! Coal of that region the society for detcciing thieves communications are published which
'penchant for his sou tho Duke do Ncinours. ," have sent out their n direction will lbe
Let it tI bn be proclaimed that the pee of the State. There are indications pursuers every
I extre
the curious \interesting to scientific astrono-
: ple,of Boston, without distinction of parties that it extends from the border of Pennsylvania I. animal Jms'thus far
; Capt.,James G. Huron,son.of tho poet, is are dec ledly and emphatically opposed to the R awoke river. eluded their vigilance, and is tet.roaminfl'nobody mers.' Our limited columns forbid our inserting

India to the rank of Major. in the East to tho TR :ASOKABLE' designs of the immediate \Ve anticip to many, valuable discoveries knows where-: that the numbers as they are published.
Mr. Mason ou4mhorse
is
., service. ab< itionists. We trust that the from the ientific tourof1\lr. Rodgers. left minus and When'the observations are completed,and

'rho'Duko,of Wellington looks in fine sentiments'esterday'; declared in Faneuilllnll I We know of 0 gentleman who is better chaise. Theair and thief was .middling the fact is established th'at the "men'in lie

health And spirits, and is now quito a fa- ;like 'sentiments emanating from qualified for ire important office ho has the sized woman, (as the ostler,who lent moon have wings," we should liketo,
horse and exchange
1 vdrito, being cheered by the populace the same 'wi Is in 75, will be echoed and undertake Richmond Whig chaise declares) the most
.
:ho passes through ,tho streets, instead of re-echoed f om every and town in bCQutiful'ono he ever paw., She---- wna.. --lrpRs..,.-- with the Moon Courier.. and charter
,being pelted as formerly with brick bats. New Enclianfr.? and from all the non-slavo- THE GEORiil RAIL ROAD.-Wo are black, black silk,with a straw 'bonnet'and some responsible citizen oflhat Territory

holding State : So long as'such sentiments gratified in bo gable to inform our readers veil, name unknown.,, The horse to carry newspapers and U": collect bills.,fj
111( 4 s'CENEI\Y-OF TilE FAR WEST.-A gen- prevail, the Union of the States may be secured. ,.and the frauds this laudable undertaking was a small, slim neck, brown 'an mal.- '

\ e 'tlctnan who accompanied tho U. S. Dmgoons "- ."-[Charleston Gaza' through\put the State, that the work I hand\ was black, some worn, the The schooner Sarah, of Boston, lying at
: ,'c '* in their 'Expedition':last year to the on this road is steadily'progressing under I on the nigh side of the dasher was I Central,Wharf,and bound for Hartford,Con.,
'far We0t, thus describes the in the the direction of its tho harness silver mounted. '
scenery [From the FensaCola Gazette.] chief engineer, J. Edgar recently blew up and was totally destroyed.
neighborhood of tho famous Pawneo Village. 'NAVAL.-Tho U.S. Schr.of War Grampus Thompson The line of this road, after .[Woonsocket (R. I.) Patriot.off The explosion must have been tremendous.A

.'.f arrived here from a cruise, on the 3d leaving Augusta, pursues the elevated piney cask of thrown and
A was
at anti-abolition copper lodged OB
1 bavo'read of tho' Alps( and have seen mat. ,We are indebted to friend board ridge, sepn. ting the waters of the Savannah gr 'eting was hell up
paintings of the most celebrated portion of for the following: brief memoranda on of the, river frpm those of Brier Creek and I in Bost n on Friday, at which Gen. Ly- the roof of a four story building. Most of the

Alpine scenery. The Alps are higher ; but cruise. The'1'he G.Hailed from this the Ogee lee. This ridge is celebrated mon, tl 3 mayor, presided, and which' was windows of the stores in the vicinity were

'in sublimity', .grandeur, and, general effect, tho Oth inst. bound to Matamoras porton for' its salu rity, and is' believed to be quite address :d and by Richard Fletcher' Peleg injured, and some entirely destroyed.
they must, ami in time will l, yield tho palm. Galveston, &c. in Mexico, and when in I ns healthy is1 any pnrt of the United,States. Spragu! Harrison Gray Oti i|. ,Resolutions '
[it-) to tho hitherto unknown, unvisited Pawnee Lut. 27 23 N., Long 94 40 experienced European aborcrs have been 'engaged on /ere passed by,acclamation, which Tis said the brightest flowers grow alone

Peaks. Hero tho gradual swell, the one of the hurricanes which are so common the work firing the whole summer without in sub ance deprecated any attempt on in,the field, remote from human observation

beetling precipice, the castellated battlement in'the Gulf of'Mexico at this season, scarce) k single,cose 'of sickness. the the don par V of stir!northern cities,to interfere with -and,that the purest happiness is in" a situ

the solitary tower, the glittering roaring which'}lasted'43 hours, during which time The core-acts entered into in June last, he fears policy i.L-of the South; "jr appeals T ation retired and unnoticed. The of
cascade, tho shady vale, and tho opening the Grampus'sustained much damage her for'tho gr nation of upwards of 20 miles to master or the passions scenery
vista,disclosing in its turn distant/views hammock nettings; stove in, main jib-boom- I of this rot I, are,rapidly progressing towards oflhe slave, and also deprecated allassociat nature may [almost be said to be re gioD.-

:of new grandeur-all, all tho rich combination carried away, Bails and rigging much in con )lotion, and it will be seen by ns instituted in the. non-elave- The view;of the,wonders of power, the sound

of mountain scenery are here thrown jured, and the officers and crew suffered on advert' went iu this'day's paper, that holding tates with an'intent to act within of the deep:cea, or the 'rushing of the cataract

together, forming unrivalled ,whole, considerably Copu Ritchie was on deck 30 miles n >re ,of the road :will; be placed the slav olding states without their'con carry home. to the bosom solemn emotions
which,in years ,to'come, will be tbo goal of the whole time. under co ract on the 21st day of October. sent. Tie closing resolutions disapproves which feels
;all travellers on earth. nextA gusta Constitution the mob- iolence which has been brought ; even the gayest one !
\ On the 19th ult. discovered wrecked bear when he is alone A thmtgM
tlio a to afainst the abolitionists both the v vastness of !
,On evening of.the 21st reached at
we sail '
airs goal of our enterprise, the long sought the wreck to windward. The Captain stood for FROM T E FAR WEST.-Arrived at Buf- South aid the North. which still;. expands with', its continuance,
which
proved to bo'the '
Schr.
falo few checks impiety adoration.. And
sinco
days and
a
Pawnee Village. Here was a new matter Watchman a "Delegation" ofCyuga promotes
of, wonder. Wo approached a sweep of grande bound, Capt.l\Iurry,4 New Orleans days' from Rio Ch :1 fs, the object of whose visit, we PENSA oLA, as we had been expecting to this is followed by melancholy, or sober re-
whose to with $100- are inform d is'for the of see, begirt to agitate the question whether '
,
jperpendicular mountains purpose uniting
realize
; flection. it
are
tops 000 on board At such i a time, is easy to
many passengers; among the of that she also, bring as she does with
remna t her
wholly inaccessible the human foot from once powerful tube to superb
tho the ex-vice the (!lines visitor to
following suggested
ibis side, and reached the village through passengers president and join the pr sent stem. transplanted beyondthe harbor bitiyeen New Orleans and Mobile, : by a
'the,passage which leads to'itn narrow'defde family Watchman of Mexico.made his Capt.distressed Murry of the Mississippi. We have not seen themfepeaks' ,- may not i ontend with those rivaj cities for the splendid place of'resort called the Glen"in

which one hundred good men, with a (as theV.., walGramnui dismantled and situation without but report favorably of their fine the ,great nd golden prize of the trade' of FranklinCounty'MlL8sachusetts.

.proper armament and a good engineer, masts, nails, boats &c.) known to the comt. appearonfce and intelligence. The noble tbe Mississippi valley. The more the competition Give me the heath where the'wiJd wind blows,
could ,keep against the. countless legions of the who spirits, it sterns, had been Informed that tjle better, and we think it will result
furnished-him withspan Where the its rude ;
nest weaves
that the Scnecns bad in this\ that a' reat rail raven
resolved road
,NapOloon led Moscow.. sails land took finally to emigrate will certainly
&c. him in tow and be Give me the bright land whose soft fragrance
animated constructed
;and by inborn [ across the
; an cotton region
"After this patriotism -
passing through defile, we safely landed hitti at tho S. W. Pass of the of the States of thr'ows'
immediately entered ,the situatedin which trade no account'of twenty Tennessee, 1\lississip-
village, Mississippi rive on the night of the 25th
a beautiful bottom, 'on the margin of a ult., The following is a list of the officersof hundred mlles/travel, of their:own accord pi Louisiana, Alabama and![ Georgia;; to Its charm through the sweet scented leans.
,river, supposed, by some, to be tho main the Grampus incur the expenses of the journey, and some point 'on the Atlantic, on the Gulf of
Jled River magnanimously! offer to share with their Mexico or north of Cane FlnlM__ .Tto... ... Then let the little brook wind its way
but which is only a principal a- &Q
fork ofl.hatatrealU., I Robt. Ritchie.'Esq Commander.. .. eastern brothers (who own no lands) their work that must be done. [NJ Y. Star Through,bowen built by nature above it;I

.. .U John Cassin; Lieut-, western possessions! and growing prospects! i Let the salmond-trouteport in its ripple by&al,
Irtkaatbera br.,the southern its .
rivers ,
It must be confessed it COMMENCEMENT AT Cuu .
bespeaks the
\\VuiIlaw4'n. aIDGE.-The
'bottom is-n flat bed' of fine;,sand, that main Purser, and -elevating tendencies of those prosperity Boston Daflr-jfldvertiser says the And darkness at night be iU covert.

:rains nearly the same level! all the way M.'Gardner, Act'Master, dawning Indian communities. 'were hip Iy creditable to the performances Let a dear'little cottage spring up from beneath
ncross, the water now but a raw inches ,I. W. E\Pns, Act. Surgeon," [Buffalo Com.Adv gentlemen.. T e Honorary degree young of L. '
deep ; yet, unlikathewiiterofother rivers S. Ridgely, Passed Midn., L. D. was con trod on the Hon.
this is nearly as salt as the water of the G. Anthony, E. A. Drake,Montgome-\ EXCELLENT SUGGESTION.-By- a letter Thompson of ieSupreme Court Judge of the A dear little moss-covered bower;

4 Kenhawa'841ioe.Vhen this stream is full, r- Hunt Midshipmen. we find in the Cincinnati Whig, from the United States, Ion. John Pickering and Then the spirits of angela shall watch o'er
it is five hundred yanls wide, 'and about ,E. J. Leedom, Capt. Clerk, lion. John C. Wright, who was appointed I lion. Edward ] verett. The degree of D. the scene,

tten f feet 'deep.' The natives say that the Win. McNally, Act. Gunner by the Cincinnati Bar to deliver,an eulogy D. was come 1 on the Rev Jonathan Ti!. To hallow'the sacred still hour.
salt taste proceeds from beds of rock
great upon the late Chief Justide Marshall Wainwright o Boston and '
) ,
I ) Rev.
James
salt about twenty miles above, and exhibited From Indiana, it appears that the fol learn that he declines delivering the eulogy we Walker of Cha estown. And who would not sigh for a' mansion like

,' to us quantities that they had procured (lowing gentlemen are elected to Congress: for tile reason that to do justice to the Life, this,

there. Our arrival here was timely ; for JL Boon, John Carr,Amos Lane,Jonathan and Character of so great, good and virtu. DEATH OF ; HE KESTPCKT 'GIANT.- Oh i where are the castles of yore ;
we were hungry and had' nothing to eat. :McCary, G. L.Kinnard, E. A. Hannegan, pus a man-one'who was :Benjamin B.. Irichard, who of our ,
next to Washington many The desolate now
damp wind blows
had chilly
They plenty of good com just in good and John W. Davis, the latter only being only," requires more time and citizens will 're ember was exhibited last
tab
'eating order, pumpkins, squashes, water a new member,elected against Mr Ewing, ents than he could command. He however year at the Ali nmy Museum died on the And their proud lords rejoice there no fforeIf -
'
'-and musk horse melons, together with dried buffalo -,ui district of decidedly Whig politic&11 suggests, that instead of an eulogy, -, 30th of June, to Montgomery County.- religion be true, if reason sublime,
and meat For supplies of these ) the gentlemen chosen Bar His disease wa droDsy. Mr.
were original the procnre from the unrivalled Pnchard Can guide me to mansions of bliss,
sculptor .e.
:articles we gave them tobacco, tin {Jackson men but it is was a man of blemIShed
cups supposed that a ma- Powers of Cincinnati character and .piril
Bust
a of Let and
the
'buttons, the yellow stripes from our pantaloons jority of them prefer another candidate for late Ckief Justice Marshall to be a member of'tie Methodist Church. lie my strength waste away, my
in
&c. but when we 'offered them the Presidency to Mr. Van Buren. the Coon Room-as it would placed was forty.five Wars old, and weighed dacay,
at
money they laughed at us, for these unso [National Intelligencer.: durable form, before the Courts Place and Bar, in, a the time of lus death five hundred and 111 sigh for a dwelling like this.
a
)1histicatedbeings knew not 'its value*- model of imitation. twenty-five pounds.-[Albany Give wind blow**
; worthy The Whig. me the heath where the wild
When could I BUggesI -
.We explain
to them the SUICIDE. Edward
use Ferdinand Kodiez- tion is
of Any thing they would trade for it; but kowbhie, an exiled Polish officer, put! a period doption an by excellent the members one, and of the worthy of a- Jesse Hunt, Esq. late Mayor of Baltimore And the raven its rude nest weave;


use of money, none of it would they have. ing opium.v: .. [Baltimore Patriot. his friends,' is again a candidate for the throws i'- /' *
:Mayoralty of that city. Its charm through the sweet gccated k Te<* i
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have seen the prospectus of a. workHid RHODE ISLAND ELECTION.-Tlio election
are authorised
r
e t WE to announce tho name1S OP
KEY TO THE PRINCIPLES OF'NA- which took plaeo inn. this State, h COL JO/LV WARREJf, ai a. Can- LIST LETTERS, MAIL ARRANGEMENTS .''

''Jcopy. right'secured accordinglo law, probably] resulted m tho election of.Win. didate to reprt-sent the County of Duval, in REMAINING in the Post Office at Jack ON ROUTE NO. 2171.

Bhonias Jefferson Ed'dy.Bier Sprague, Jr. and Dutee J. Pearce, by very the next Legislative Council for this Terri. June County,{Ion the 30th VIA PABLO. t
1835-r-and .if
1 lean tory. not taken out in three
majorities-perhaps 100
giving himself most exquisite puff, by votes. May 21. months, they will be sent to the General1'ost aveb Marys every Wednesday,at2 P.M. "

Rinds up as follows :- Tho President of the United States has friends) of HOUERT RlGELOW Office as Dead Letters.A I>ave ive Pablo at Pablo every Friday Thursday/by 7; P. M.

e H\g tbe above systems are entirely ori- officially recognized Joseph Thomas Sherwood propose him as a Candidate to represent\ James Arnow M ive at St. every at6A. M.
James
Z. Mattair Augustine
G P M.
the of V by .
i B J the author feels himself justified in as Consul of His Britannic Majesty Council.County Duval,in the next Legislative Magdalean Arnow, Margaret Mattair, aveSt., Augustine every Monday A.M.
June
r 'rung them to an enlightened commu- for tho States of Maine and Hampshire.. 4. Edward S. Aldrich. Arthur McClusky, rive at Pablo same day by C; P. Mlat&;

0 respectfully soliciting their patronage friends of 1MUEL EIGLES B Thomas McIntyre, 1 ave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A. M.

(e worK that comprises assigned causes, ELECTION NOTICE. THE consent, announce him as a Candidate by ur.r.guui S. Barrows William McWhir, 2 rive at St. Marys next day by 11 A. M.
I .
of'the natural phenomena, that is that to the William H. Burritt_. Mr. Mott. VIA JACKSONVILLE.,
Elec of Duval
a NOTICE hereby given, an represent County ,in the W. Bnrritt -.
a Kbecn looked upon by the whole school bo held for a l\lembcrofthe next Legislative Council for the Terr'fory of John P.; Brown, N ave St Marys every Saturday, at 2 P. M.
jilosophers as beyond the reach of hull Legislative Council, Territory of Florida: Florida. Augtstl.MR. Elijah! Bhtch,!' William William! Norton G. Newell: rrive at Jacksonville next day by C P. M.

7 ken to .fathom, and that hive slum- for Duval County, on the second Mnulay\ ) John F. Brown, AlenY. Nicholl., ave Jacksonville every Monday 5 A.M..
bt Ed in the cradle of Nature's arcana from of October next, at the following places in HENRY HARTLY announces him- Samuel Blair. 0 frive at St. Augustine same day {by G P. M.

d commencement of time. the County aforesaid, under the superintendence as a Candidate to represent :the E Russell Ormand TAVMSt. Augustine every Thursday, at G
it author flatters himself! that County of Duval, in the next Lcgslative J. Eubank.
ho of the Stephen W S.
many following Inspcctcrs Olmsted 4
to
Council for this 4">ve at Jacksonville
which Territory. same day by G P. M.
phenomena F
KCS of tho striking wit:- I P
i6 E deemed finding out will Mandarin, June 20. Cornelia C. FhtzpatJames (Leave Jacksonville every Friday, at 6 A. M.
.
been past AT Tiles
JACKSONVILLE, in the first precinct, Arrive At St Marys next day by 1 P. M.
I utisfuctorially explained 1 and developed. Inspectors,-William J. Mills, Job{. W. TO THE CITIZENS OP-Dl'VAL; J. rick B. Fisher., George 1'indarvis, CROSS ROOTK-VIA ST. J nM'S BLUFF.
RIO of the above worn! hound inBp Mary Price
price Richard, and William B. Ross. ;' G Leave Pablo every Friday, at 5 A. M.
COUNTY.UNDEIISTANDING .
p will be, $1,25n calf gilt, $1,50. AT WHITESVILLE, in the second' precinct Maria. Greenlent'I, 1 Henry IWett.ihomasRidgley. Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 12 M.
I, B1 Waterford, N. Y. May,x,1835." ,-Matthew II. Philips, Ja/rics/ E. that reports are in Alexander Graham. Leave Jacksonville same day,at 1"P.1\I. .
deliberation pre) ntn ent'as,, 2 Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P. M.
to ; have Hutcheson and
pon mature conBed John G. Smith. Light-house Keeper will, intern II \ s ISAIAHVllART.P.M.

to take two copies,,viz-f-one ." sheep"Ba'wmbe" 'AT MANDARIN, inx the third precinct duties' as representative of theyCqunty vitli'my, It Isaiah D. Hart.. 5j M\E.: Saundew, Jacksonville July 31st. 1835.' :. ,
,
it $r25"andtme "Calf'in James Hall,Alexander. Oreitchtony and elected, and that I should:not (probaUy\ ) ret Lucy-SbflJll6oGil_, ', V"a. 11. '" *. ..",
James PJummeii' the 'necessary leave of absence! to'fttUjidio' Robert Jones, S1Streeterr ) NOTICE 'TO' TRAVELLERS.'
at $1 50. AT ST. Jonm|BLUFF, in the fourth precinct Legislative duties-I beg to*'say.to 'm. old Thomas J. Jones, April Suarct. .,;J _
01.1 Matthew.: Jenkins 'John Houston friends, for whose past ,and Elizabeth Jinkins. V JAf
' From the New York Evening Star.] ,- present'confi "
,es I[ and Lewis Chrittopher. dence in me, I entertain the most profound ., v K Thomas Vrmilva.W ...1
CARD.
A John Kimmey.
W(
consideration, that if again elected I will
,
A'r BROWARJ'S, CEDAR CREEK in the .
T, Billing\ twenty-five years that I have fifth precinct"-Charles] Broward, John serve them ; and every thing ism power L Andrewdci\ will be a regular for
Bourbon L. Lowther. conveyance
Ieinan THERE
W
''e Hi directly and indirectly connected with shall be done for their welfare If for the George & '
I Broward,and illiain( Eubank. once a week from St. Alai .
it Ipublic press, I have invariably sustain- Given under ny hand at the Court-house, purpose leave of cannot attending be obtained the Legislative from Council ISAIAH D.'UAnTr., ; M. Geo.,by Palo to St. Augustine ; to.leave St, _
the
fihe rights, and 'supported the principles proper Mary'a Wednesday'at2 o'clock r.:M
d in the town of Jacksonville, this fourteenthday to be absent which I every ,
authority do
( npt antici NOTICES and arrive at Pablo '
Hie Southern States-have always proled next day.
, against any interference with theirstitutio ,of September)flSAIAH A. D. 1835.D. HART house pate) I will resign my appointment as Light : hereby given, that the Books for receiv. Persons, who wish to avoid a night expo.Iura -

e al privileges and decried Keeper.Your ing subscriptions to the capital st ck'ofthrp on thewater&ill find very comfortable
every ,
Cbrk I Duval County Court. fellow citizen, II SOUTIIEllff. ,accommodations at Fernandina"
LIFE at Mr.
s excitement INSUKIM'C1ND A.
Rmpt to create or produce 'JOHN' WARREN. ,
difficulties'on the Slave'question .' TRVST.COMPANY," will t>e opered at the Dias'ffand'can leave Fernandina the next
Happy NOTICE. .. office of Thomas Douglas, Eiq.ln the City morning and arrive at Pablo the same day.-
Recent events in several parts of the subscribers having disposed of all I FOR SALE.VALUABLECOTTON of St. Augustine, on the second diy of No- They can leave Pablo every Friday morning

I them and Western States,' satisfy me, THE stocl: of goods to Mr. WILLIAM A PtANTAnoir, pleasantly vember next, at ,10 o'clock'A. M,and will at 4 o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at u,,
. there is a fixed, determination among RIDER, and 'havjiff taken the store lately oc situated, and healthy, on the St. be kept open from time to time b; adjournment P.[ M. same day : leave St. Augustine every I
lixly of men residing north of the PotoE cupied by themithey cheerfully recommend I Johns' river, in Duvpcl county, Florida, four until tlie'whole of, the stoc ;sliall be Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same day.
to agitate and pursue the discussion their customers to patronize him. miles above the growing town rf Jackson subscribed ; not thirty diys. '. Passengers wishing to visit St.; Augustine, I
Bismerfurfe emancipation, and thus je'pparft Mr. Rider is fully authorised to settle all ville, containing 500 acres, of which one half LOT CLARK! will be accommodated on reasonable term.. I

the safety of the Union, and the rights, our Book accoints contracted in our store ((250 acres) is good planting land\ in a compact ,ROBERT RAYMONDREID, fare from St. Mary's by Pablo to St. Augus- ., '
' forts.and happiness of our fellow citi9 business. Those indebted to us either by body, and, under fence., It has a good THOMAS DOUGLAS' tina, $5. From St. Augustine to Pablo $3.
residing in the*Slave States. note or book acount, are requested to call at Dwelling.Ihouaewithalltheoiherneceesaryr ; Commist onen. There is also a safe boat which will run; '
G IVith the view affording to those reIng hts store and pay the same without delay, o buildings required on a, Plantatbn. Thoqe June 2d, 1835. :23! once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville ; and
suits will be commenced. whQ' wish 'to purchase can'' call on JOSIAII will depart and arrive so as to meet the mail .
.in that ',section of the Union, and GATES who the aid boat on, its return from
BLANCHARD& RIDER. is, on place will aid NOTICE. St. Mary's and the,
,. ft here, a channel in the North, throughlich Jacksonville,Sept. 17tli, 1835. 35tf them in an examination of the premises.- stage as it arrives from St. Augustine. Fare.
they can, be fully,heard in defence They will have a view of the piesent crop, By An act passed by the Legislative( Coun- from Pablo to Jacksonville $I.> All fare to
principles, their right, their attach- NOTICE. and from him,or the subscriber. Mary s, and of this Territory the at. its hit session be paid at Pablo: Cx TAYLOR.

! Int to our" happy confederacy, and, i in :I I1L.ANCIIARD'HRIDER'Setock > Georgia, may obtain the, terms of sale. 1835,approved the Subscribers by were Governor, appointed, Feb. Commissioners 14Ui, OTThe Mail boat will leave Pablo for,St." .

ocular, their sentiments on this imper of Goods in this place, WHIPPLE ALDRICH.[ to open Books and receive subscription Mary'n every ,Tuesday and return on Thursdav. I -, '
) il t and delicate question I cheerfully and taken;; the''store recently occupied by Jacksonville,, Aug..17. 4w31 for the stock of a' Bank t* be located / The stave leave. Pablo everv Friday .
In to them the columns of the EVENING them, I calculate replenish m the stock with in this Town to be called THE DANK for St. Augustine and returns on the succeeding *" r

. BAR, in which not only those 'rights; shall I such articles 0.1.may ,be. wanted to have a NOTICE. OF JACKSONVILLE.In I Sunday. ? (1m3' ,_

firmly sustained(:], but shall ,be happy to good! assortment for this market. CLERK'S OFFICE-DCVAL-Ccuimr, ? pursuance of 'which the Subscribers '

I! Ike the paper the medium of cgmmunilion'throuch CTPurchasera will find it. for- their interestto Jacksonville, August 3d, 835. ) hereby give notice/that the Booki for Subscription JACKSONVILLEAND ,

which their' sentiments can call as above. persons having any decider other for the stock in said Bank, will be TALLAHASSEE STAGE. \
heard, and their wishes made' known to [nrPay'on" delivery' of tho goods. ALL, of writing to bi recorded, opened in this Town, at the Coundng-Room :' ,
I people of the United States. WILLIAM RIDER., will leave the of Messrs. Blanchard'&, Rider/ ot
please money:for recording the, corner ; .. .',
, I )M. M.NOAH.. Jacksonville! S V!. 81835.) __ : t!_ same also-otherwise .th.'dtf.44tt, other in.struments Bay and Liberty streets,..UQ a'dockA.M. .-.". \_ -S --"" .- "" .' _.
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will not be placed record until on the fourth day of May next. 5
TENNESSEE ELECTiow.- -We have 'aliJy EAST FLORIDA ,RAILROAD the fees is paid. upon ,w. j. ,MILLS, THE Public are Informed that a line of f.

published the nameS of eleven of the COMPANY. I Persons having' papers of any kindilready WILLIAM RIDER. Barouche will run between .

Imhers of Congress elected from Ten- NOTICE hereby given, that a meeting recorded, will please call and pay fir them, STEPHEN EDDY, Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this" t
bee. The other two are Luke Lea and of the East Florida as the work is done, and I want my jay. ISAIAH D. HART. plaoe every Monday. : : I
lam Huntsman the' latter being elected Rail Road Company, will be holden at the 'ISAIAH D. IIARTCIerk. Commissioners (IHTForty pounds baggage will be allowed' Aill
liust Col.:Crockett office of SAM'L S. LEWIS, No. 1 Commercial Jacksonville, E. F. April 2d, 1835. to each passenger,and For any greater weight, .t ,-7
by two'or three iiund Wharf, in the 'City of Boston,'on the jib of Jacksonville, Aug.,3. ;29tf! oho cent per pound will be charged for every/

votes.' October next, 1835, for the purpose of organizing RAIL ROAD NOTICE. ten miles. t ::", ,t .'
[be' Nashville Banner tof the 17th ult.] said Company, by choosing Directors, $00 RE'V ARD. J03Fare through, each way. $25. > ,.f l
h:-" We' have authentic returns of JAMES M. HARRIS.f .
and transacting such other;' business as nay RANAWAY from tile mbscri- !
pfor Governor f from 53 counties,and come before said meeting.: ber, about two montluHsince, i Jackaonville"Jan.14. 3"tf, '/ T". '

ornplete accounts from two others.ese .- SAM'L S. LEWIS; 1 i his two negro fellows, George I '
exhibit a plurality for Col. Cannon JOHN HENSHAW, and John. George, South'| undersigned Commi.sionenglveno-I CONVEYANCE FROM .'d'.r t1,

p5) and the remainder ofthe'mconn-t DAVID HENSHAW, VCon'rs. Carolinian born,is stout 40 THE", that pursuant to the Act entitled : JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.. .. '
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s to be heard 'from' will; we think, inago J. B. DANFORTH j years old of the middle size, An Act to amend an Act to incorporate tho ,
STEPHEN WHITE J __ ,well built he sUnmers ,
'his majority to about-7000 over { so FLORIDA PZIUNICLA' AND JACEIORVILLX: RAIL :
v. Carroll., "-[Nat. Intelligencer., Boston, Aug. 19. 'Gw34PROCLAMATION; to:understand, much what that he at,times* it i is difficult ROAD Cowr ART,"aporoved February: 15,1835, S : '" I.
says. : the Books
that will be again opened at Jacksonville .
TEAM BOAT FLORIDA.-We understands JoAn, an African bom, ,is about 2 years at the store of I. D. Hart, Bay-street, THE Subscriber will run agood Barouche': t
s will resume her regular] trips from By George JC. Walker, Secretary; and Acting old, middle size,stout, fat,and of a vert black on the 4th dayof May, and continue 'open good Hones from'Jacksonville to.
J to Picolata on the first week in Octo- Governor of Florida. ( complexion. Doth jobbing carpenten.TIiose] until the 1st day of August next to receive Bt.; Augustine, once a week ; to leave" thislace ,

f, and that she will run in line with the an Election was held m the two negroes are probably lurking in: the subscriptions for stock. to carry said 1 Rail Road every Monday morning, and arrive in .
n. Seabrook from Charleston WHEREAS. in May, 1835, fur the neighborhood Whitesville,on Black Creek, I into execution. Bt. Augustine on the evening of the same day.
leaving election' of a Delegate to the next Coigressof Duval County, E. F., where they bate their 1 By the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, Returning-will leave- 8t. AugustineT ,",
B
il on arrival of that Boat- for tho South, the United States, for the Territory of wives. 'George at Mr.S. Y. Gare v'l aid John. the subscribers for stock heretofore .taken, Wednesday morning,'and arrive at this place' LJJ.
returning every week m time for pas- Florida; and whereas atsaid election, J)SErif at Mr.,Drown .. f have a prior right to subscribe for the tame on the evening of the tame day. >. ,, ', j
fjers goin North to take that Boat, thus M.: WHITE received a greater number of The above :reward will be paid )y Mr. amount of Stock on the New Books. (pForty pounds baggage will be allowed) '

meeting in a line a direct inland passage votes than any other individual, as appearsby Francis Gue, Merchant in St. Angiwtine ISAIAH D. HART, to each passenger,and for any greater weight,
|steam from Charleston to St.Augustine the returns legally made to me ; thirty dollars 'on the delivery in uV jail of .JAMES DELL, one cent per pound will be charged for every. '
I Picolata.-[Savannah Georgian. said city of each of said besides the IV. J. MILLS.STEPHEN ten miles. V !'' Ij
Now,'therefore, in pursuance of law'! I do negroes; !fi t"
,the said M. White reasonable expenses incurred to bring them EDDY, ap'FareeachwayS.: i..
hereby proclaim Joseph
,
[ACCIDENT Aim WARNWO. An accident there, or on the delivery to the sent JOS. D.LIllfC BTER. II. II. PHILIPS.
duly elected the Delegate from this Territoryto person '" i
tened in Upper; Canada a few days the next Congress of the United States. to receive them at anyplace where they!may Jacksonville, March 31, 1835.; 14 Jacksonville, Feb.. 2. t1tfK"' .
ce s which ought to be viewed in the light Given under my hand this 28th day of be secured with the proper information given ':
m to that effect to.the said Francli Gue.' FOR SALE. 20,000 LOS. OF BLACK MOSS' r
| warning to young ladies, and old ones August; A, D. 1835. G. K. WALKER. '
they wear corsets. A young lady M. FOUGERES.St. TWO Copper Stills,nearly new j one cone WA. TED.jdf1t! .

?!thrown from a carriage and eo severe-' $100 REWARD. : t Augustine, July lit,1835., 2w20 two, hundred gallons, with a THE Subscriber will purchase the bole< '
|injured by the steel in her corsets, which from the Jail of Monroe Coun beater of the same, capacity; the other containing of Black MOM, if delivered In'
red her stomach, that eho died a few, ESCAPED, District of Florida, a prisoner R. B. GREGORY, / fifty gallon, which will be disposed Savannah prevloualo' ,let October! :In:JArgefmallflu.hUUw I'or .
utes after the fall. 'by the name of JAMES S. S.SIMOJYDS; ..Rt"-lIlUUl. ..CouMttUeret it Lav of at terms advantageous to the pu JiM.r, ;. MOIAELL..U nr* V '. .
For further particulars inquire of O. BPDOToa J. W. ; r.
who committed cnstoir three
was to on
my for
[FIRST indictments found by, the grand ;wry of said HAS opened office'la Jaclwnville, Esq. WhitesvUIe'or at this office.' Savannah, June 17 4w27 *
LOAD or NEW COTTON.-The e practice of the Law, l in the several ,
lesion Courier, of 1st inst. County, on the several c charges murder, Courts ofDnval and of the adjoining co n. Jacksonville, May 0. JOt! \ I.
,
_ht bales of new Cotton says piracy, and larceny, and made h* escape by ties. NOTICE. '
,
were
W brought to town yester- means of false keys on the nightof the 14th He pledges himself, that all $SInees entrusted WANTED. THE subscriber will hold Justice'*Court .
oration of by wagon from the inst. lIe is a native of New Harford,(Con.) to"his care, shall receive prompt and ] a small a good Wench, who understands the Office of O. M. Dorman, Esq. in
las Mr. Wm. Sinkler, at Eutaw. a mariner, and has been for 'several yean in ,diligent attention. I cook g. For such an one,the Jacksonville, on the last Saturday, in each
consigned to Mr. C.' D. Deas, and command of trading and wreckng vessels, Jacksonville 15 1835. highest wages will Be given, if application month. In my absence, any buaines left t
Is put in very neat packages, and said to and at onetime commanded the 3chr: Lydiaof July 29tfta is made immediately.I with Mr.. -Dorman, will be punctually attended l

of good quality.Orv. Philadelphia. ,He is about thirty pears of STORE : Inquire at this office" to. STEPHEN ,EDO, I
age, five feet five or six inches high, has a TO LET ,;, July 2. 27tf Justice of the Peace. '
HARRISON. The Cincinnati Whig down cast guilty look, dark sallow complex. TilE STORE at >U.nimr r.4 A June :3.; 23tf .
'Uthorised by Gen. Harrison to say- ion,:but from close confinement for several occupied by E. A,"CoiIH FOR SAVANNAH.

iCit can be clearly ascertained that months had become somewhat pJehas a remarkable Esq. will be rented onffairterms. schooner ARIEL, John, W. NOTICE. -
scar on hi. head and some scars 1 It is a good stand for bu ine ft.'and A' r
Richard Master for
Webster will sail the demand
: or any other Whig is strong- persons baying againstthe
than himself he will not stand about his face. He is welt] knorn in New possession can be hadunmediaUl/ above port about the 20th inst ALL of tin. CLEMANTINK OAU.
,
one mont -
JQ the way, but that he will, in such York where hi. wife's connexion: reside. Apply to C. READ, near the premise i For freight or Puage *pplto the Master TIER, dec. will present them properly attest
event I will give the above reward if be U secure August 3 2Jtf this ed and all Indebted to Mid Estate:
1835. ,
,,cheerfully act as a Whig Elector." Mandarins on board or at office. persons '
ed in any Jail in the United SUtes. or the
> -- ...- Sept. 9.BLANKS. will make 1 unmediate payment to r
tLASAILA- same reward with all reasonable expenses if NOTICE. W. Il. IIOSS.
EMOTION.' -Returns from all delivered f me at Key West J : 1835. 29tf
Counties in this State excepting 12, TIIOMAS EASTIN U. S. ftlarahaL I WILL hold a Magistrate Court "at the of all description Printed at Jacksonville, 12S, .
e to Court-house in Jacksonville,on the See- l ) cet at short notice.
Clay the
Van Buren candidate .
for Key West, July 25,1835.STODART FIELD HANDS WANTED. .
cad Saturday in each month at 10 o'clock A.
Vernon ,
a 10,455..' : Work in
majority QXAUojJpti; a'handsome
: style '
will 'to
Dollars be paid
M. In my absence, any business left with month .
.trthurTappan & CURRIER, O. M. Donnaa EMQ. will be punetd&ly'."-. and on reasonable terms. TWELVE,for five or six:good FUUfen4 li'; J

Iea "has withdrawn beyond LITHOGRAPHERS, XTtocEirmc and tended to. B.8TREKTER'Joatke V Jostle Blanka- Deedfr-Bilb of'La. and Fifteen, 1)qUanJ for CW Plogl*". II.t '".'
in the belief that his person was : : & and EsoaAvzai.Flo. of the Peace. ding-ManifeiU, &. constantly for ale. at JOSHUA InCJClAN},
Bate in the City of New Yo 'k." 1| Wall-street, New Yvrk. ,,'<*. June 17. 25 this office.r ." bay u. '.:' ::- 4 2w20'I." 4


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PACKETFLORIDA. TO TUB:'PUBLIC
STEAM
TIlE .
..., __r.,I I"V Knowledge planted by the! hand of affection DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Ac.THE I TIlE SUBSCRIBER, hating '
hand and! offers pare
hallowed of home Subscriber has on Southern I
MISCELLANEOUS.MoRAtiTn I in tho sanctuary Agriculturalist fro "I
"seed sale on reasonable terms,the follow. Editor and proprietor Mr. '*'
I = is wont to tako deeper root than John D
It is with a man's morris sown by the way side.". Parents who ing articles, vix n solicits the support of the friends oh t
If to their lines of heaven DRY GOODS. ture, and of'the' interests connect/81"{! I
as! it is tvhil his temporal concerns. mite with own pencils, throughout the I

,j suffer his business to get behind hand, to upon the fresh tables of their chip Broadcloths Sattinetts, Negro Cloths anu CAPT. HUBBARD, published this work Southern for Mr.States. S1"1|
i finds it very difficult to meet all bis ct- dren's hearts, who trust not to tho hand of white aid yellow Flannels, bleached Savannah Le gn.e free
, from commencement in the
week
gogcracnts, and utterly Impossible to talc hirelings, their first, holiest, most indelible brown Check, striped and plaid T TILL run once a St.Mary's thus year 188> I
Darien practically
Imported touching at acquainted B
Picolata with ite
v y to ,
Gloves Linens
prt- will find less than Calicoes; Silks, ,
[ any advantages ,which are constantly impressions, usually I ; Bomba- Jacksonville and Mandarin. which it should be conducted.
scnting themselves to the economist, wfo others to blot out when the scroll is finish. Ginghams, Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fs. R. & W. KING, tion will be continued on the Its pub

in room of being in debt, has money ,b ed, and to mourn for when they read it in zettes, Oznaburgs, Burlaps, &c. i Agents at Savannah. in the same manner as ,heretofore same ternu

tpar A few days of relaxation from tin eternity. : HARD WARE AND CUTLERY. All slave improvements as his experience wit*' I

wholesome roles of moral life-will throv Lamps, Candlesticks, Guns, Axes Adzes, Freight payableby be cleared shippers.at the Customhouse As the subscriber i. Solicitous S'U .
of it ain Ai' IRISHMAN'S REPLT.-Lord St. John Bolts KnobLatches, passengers must Journal the vehicle
us so far back, that in room having, patent Augurs, Door fordiasemminat
our power to make neat advances in the being some time ago in want of a servant, Dutts, Screws Brass Knobs Hoes Sad Irons, Conveyances; for St. Augustine, in, readiness information, not only with regard Jf I'
"noble and glorious work" of moral aquiremcnts {- an Irishman offered his service, but being Pad-Till lCrestTrunkGunClosetBrassport lished systems of husbandry, butalso/
it consume some time, asked what countryman he was, answeredan pad-Knob and Mortice Locks, at Mcolata. mental efforts in Agriculture and
may born ?" Latches Powder Flasks Pocket Steel. July 1,1833.MACON. e ture he invites Horti
and cost no little exertion to retrieve wha En Jishman.-* Where was you Knob free and unrestrictedc01ll
said his lordship. "In Ireland an' plaza yards, Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges, nication from all persons' occupied in
foolisblylpst.
was then Cork Screws Hand and cross cut Saws, STEAMBOAT, pursuits. Let t
man.uIlow no one
: ,,This simple hint, should it be put to its your worship, said the ?" paid his Knives and Forks, DrittmiaPlated'Tableand COMPANY. Pacts or isolated experiment that IOu-'
be are
Englishman too
to,more advantagethan can you an trivi
profitable use turn Com
Pocket
may
; Tea Iron Squares, be communicated.
Spoons, i All
the
lord man, Systematic
a superficial observer might expect, lordship. 1\Iy replied Knives Braces Socket is but the :
passes,' Drawing edge aggregate of pS
humble
I born in stable that's no
ovoid was a *
for should.it induce any to running @poscn Chisels, &c. larsj; and Science, in every departoT
exert economy razen I should be a horse"A ,
into debt Unnecessarily, onto GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. : brought to perfection,not through the ill
to what they owe, the advantage mentality of a "l
would pay not bo small. And if it should in- FLAT.-An impertinent fop,a passenger Cofle(f, Tea, Loaf and Brown Sugars THE above company take this method of by the contribution single exrraordino.ry of ,
board the steamboat De Witt Clinton Chompafeney Maderia-Claret Port and the public that they have particulars by III
on their on individuals and
cite to be guard against temptation ,
any Wines Spices, N. E. Rum, American the MACON generally after they,
Steamboats
the.otber day, a few miles below Al- Malaga : purchased two b.
better than silver gold. many years, IB desirous
this is
Gilt, Holland Gin, Brandy, Soap,Tabac- and EXCELw ich boats are to run regu- ,therefore"oh
observed looking facts
j .. bany, a young lady very Bread as many to record as can be
*
Corn Rice Pilot Butter futnirb
co/FJ.mr, nily between Darien and Macon, leaving
attentively) at the shallows near the boat, and from the 'planter who
DE.\t1TT'-'The: rays of beauty may her Crackers, Beef, Pork, Codfish, Mackerel, Darien once every week wira two tow boats. is "system
thus
and took the of addressing experimental labors
I dazzle for a moment like a solar liberty Butter, Lard, Cheese, Figs, Almonds, Rai- The steamboats will draw only 2G inches of failures well an account of
our eyes Miss jo the flats? She as a his'successful
affected you see gavehim sons, Apples, Hams, Bologna Sausages; water with two engine in each. The effort ,
I beam, but if the mind be not they 4 glajco that would have petrified a Onions &c. good be acceptable. If the last are worthy of L
have been at xpense to place
declines beneath the western &c.ALSO company great recorded that
fado as the sun her heel they be imitated
sfcnsc and
that man of turning on this line of steamboats in thel Ocmulgee and may the I
cloud : and when this fascination, has archly replied, "I see one flat, sir!" Drugs and- Medicines, Paints, Crockeryand Altamaha and rivers/would respectfully solicit should The be noted m order'to be shunned
oncb BO' sweetly,captivated our senses Glass Ware Powder and Shot Shoes subscriber hopes that this
the of the public. I This line will appeal t U
lost its attractions wo shall find but a faint A A when Boots and variety of articles to nu. patronage fellow citizens of the South will! not
aWE T TEMPER.-: gentleman, a great be a great facility for merchants who wish to vain It would be b.
reproach
impression of what ,once was lovely has re-: asked his pinion of a certain critic, a few merous to mention.HARDY ship their goods by the way bf Savannah or to meet the fate of the a to our Plan
he whoso sensibility H. PHILIPS.N. Southern Review
maining. But days ago, eve it in the following terms : Darien,to Hawkinsville ani Macon or in the last it be
been excited by the charms, of intellectual ,. Why, he. is a perfect crab apple-a B.-CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,Deer shipping Cotton to Savanrkh. Arrangements to fall may,when justly it said, that it wu'fered ,

beauty, whoso desires'are. sincere, pure, decoction if verjuce-the quintessence of Skins, TallowJ; Furs, Beeswax, Moss, Deer have been made to forward cotton or us a well merited fame was not only reariiir

and disinterested, may never fear that theprospect acerbit If) I wished to 'convert the Horns, &c. H. H. P. goods without detention bet een Savannah but it was also vindicating as the a Southern o
t'
which hope has painted will be Thames i iqto'lemonade, I should pUch'hira\ Jacksonville"Jan.15, 183:;. 3tf and Darien. I its from the unjust aspersions which

i darkened! by the, gloomy-'shades of disappointment into it." I No exertion or expense will be spared to been so liberally bestowed 1:
and discontent. ,Even if his expectation NEW GOODS. give the greatest despatch to {hoods or cotton section of country. The upon Southern us out of

be realized, the unsuccessful lover A certap lawyer had been laboring for THE Subscriber has for sale the following shipped by this line [ in some measure supplies Aculturolist

has had tho consolation of reflecting that his client. a long-winded speech, but the of merchandise. Agents for the above boats a place of the Southern Review, so far u

the object of bis wishes conferred honor verdict w found against him-"ZoundsI" Superior quality Blankets- from $4 50 to L. BALDWIN & CO. avannah. jards the circumstances last alluded to.

upon'his selection : and the approbation ofan xclaimedjlic, I believe the jury have $5 50 per paul] J. GODDARD & Co. Macpn.I serves as a Register not only of method

honest conscience will cheer his sorrow been inoculated for stupidity." "That A good quality Negro cloth 371-2 c. pr yd. MITCHEL & COLLINS Diriem Husbandry, but also of facts relating to
,
f and mitigate bis despair." may be," laid the opponent, but you Mr. Irish Lineifrom 5Uc to 100. J. E. &, B. DELENO: Charleston. system of Slavery. The subjects of thed d
targeant,seem to have had it in the natural Best plaid Homespuns 7 yds. for 1.00 Dec. 1834. 1 iline, the treatment, the characters of

BLAlfDEn.-1t is a poor soul that cannot way." 3-4 llome uns unbleached lOc per' yard, Slaves, are tairly suited to its pages,

bear slander. No'decent man can get along Superior faicy stripes 18 3-4c. LAND AT ST. PABLO constitute topics as interesting and importas
A lad h been Silk h'dkfii from 50c to $150, any which can either
on some
without it-at least none that are activdlJ'cDgugc.d ving very positive engage our on.ention'or
4-4 unbleached Shirting 13c per yard by FOR SALE. the attention of those
business life. with his school-fellow'the latter 'abroad,T
in the struggle of said subject" Yt dogmatic." Whereupon the piece, or((B y'ds for one dollar by retail, THE Subscriber offers'for sale for cash, or feel a legitimate interest in our concern
have >a bad fellow in your employmentand i are very bleached from 13c 25C '
to
Shirting pr yd, Negroes, or good !acceptances-,- The subscriber begs leave, in conclun
and slan- << the irrncr putting his arms akimbo,
discharge him; he round dress and furniture calicoes from
goes Fancy the following tract of fine Live: Oak ham to remark, that if he had not undertaken!
ders you-refuse another some! very mod- and looki g.very fiercely, replied,""Sir, I 13c to JiSc: pde.rd by the piece mock land on St Pablo Creak, bounded as continue the publication of this Periodical

est boon: which he has asked, he goes am do.mo o of n dog than you are. sattin'ettsrom 87 l-2c to $125:> superfine, follows, viz:-on the West by, Pablo Creek, most probably, would have been either',

round find slanders(you-let your conduct Superfine Moth $4 50 per yard, on the North by Winslow Foster's land, on moved from our city, or been suspend
be such as to create tho envy of another, A PALS ; REPORT.-When, Mr. Alexander White out red flannels frpm 371-2c to the East and South by lands of Cornelius Whether it will be in his power to continue

lie goes round ,and slanders you. In fine, Gun was- dismissed from the Customsof C2 l-2c per yard Taylor, containing two hundred and thirty. will depend not only on the Pecuniary I

as we [said before, 'we would not give 'a Edinburgh, the entry made against his Bed tickle from 183-4c to 25c per yard, three acres. For particulars apply to the Literary Contributions of Southern Fi!

cent for a person that is not slandered name in the books was "A Gun discharged Musquito letting,good quality $125, pr pI.i I. D. HART, or tens He confidently now leaves this nil

shows that he is either milksop or a fool. for making\ a foist report.1* I ALSO.A JAMES. DELL. in their hands, feeling a full assurance t
good assortment of fancy belt ribbands- Jacksonville, Jan. 22. 4tf there is wanting on the of Plant..
bad from bad fellow NoMAN'eCoNFIDENcE. part our
No =
no,earn a name a Phere is some- shirt button -silk-sewing silk-ball and neither the liberality mental
(and can vastly do BO by correct conduct in the natural nor energies
you thing so beautifully confiding spool thread-writing paper superior do.- 1 NOTICE.AiL I cessary to sustain the Southern AgricultwA.
,) it is the only way to prove that you feelings of a woman's heart, that she will ladies white hose-horn and wood combs- E.,MILLER 'Publisher
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ore,entitled, to a: good one. never doubt until she has been taught to silk and ,cotton umbrellas-and a good as- persons indebted to the subscriber, Charleston S.,C. Dec. 1, 1834.
Note Book
by or account, are re-
sornment of
do Persons
80 desirous
MORAL\ REFLECTIONs.-IIope is the AND MEDICINES. quested to settle the same without delay; and of subscribing can ap
support to W. T. WILLIAMS Savannah at I
or
DUGS ,
of the the of' articles ofthe best no ciedit will be given at my store after the
disappointed, encourager SUNDAY MORNING NEWS. ,p:: are quality office. i
10th larch.
and; and will be sold for small advance for HARDY H. PHILIPS.Ja .
the unfortunates the rest of the weary, News has been a ,
Sunday Morning now
the visionary fnend of all mankind. How TilE the public for upwards three cash or produce. ksonville, March 3. lOtf THE BOSTON PEARL AND LIT

many an unhappy person has been enabledto months, and if any criterion can- be drawn JOHN W. RICHARD. GAZETTE. FOB
himself in tho trying moments from the number of its patrons and subscrib- Jacks tilJe, Jan. 22. 4tf ORANGE STICKS. Published every week, by

of sport by the indulgence of a hope, ere. it has met with a flattering acceptance, C SH will be paid for' One Hundred Or. ISAAC' C. PRAY, JIl1I.
that the dark hour would not last forever, and the principles it has been guided by in CABINET FURNITURE WARE- i .nee Sticks, of,various sizes, on delivery The work will be published weekly,t

but that the time would soon arrive when ill management, have been approved and i i HOUSE. at his office, immediately. ,March 5. number containIng eight large'' quarto r

he should once more be happy. The young sanctioned. As a consequence of its increased JAMES (H. COOKE, No. 100, Broadway -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of mi'
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man in his hopeful day-dreams, see only circulation, its advertising friends have /! offers for sale every kind and ,GREAT NATIONAL WORK. lane ous and original matter, printed on n:
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in the extended vista of life the Images come toward in large numbers ; andas it may quality 'f,Sofas-Sideboards-Secretaries- AMERICAN 'MAGAZINE nor white paper, with perfectly new type
gay now be considered fairly afloat,and rising on Book Gases-Tables of 'all descriptions- handsome tide page and correct index 1'
of fancy:, and the delusive phantoms ofmbition. the tide of public favor, it affords an admira- Chairs 'oC every quality-High post and OJ usual and Entertaining Knowledge,to le illustrated be furnished, and the work at the ehd of

Hope adds to the picture friendship's ble vehicle for the dissemination of such in- French Bedsteads of Mahogany and Maple- by numerous Engramngt. year, will form an excellently printed robof

visionary form, aqd love's glowing elligence as those engaged in business wishto Hair an Moss Mattrasses-Feather Beds- BY 11IE.BOSON BEWICK COMPANY. four hundred and sixteen pages, aqua

colors. ',Time himself( can scarcely weaken communicate to their correspondents and Lookingsortmen Glosses-Carpets-and a full as- THE success which has attended the pub three thousand duodecimo,pages.

the hues and diminish; the' objects raised customers. of every thing necessary to furnish of the best Magazines from the The volume will contain twenty-six pin
by hope, till death shuts the scene.OalouuL The number of papers supplied to casual a house English Press, has led to preparations for issuing of music for the Piano Forte, &c. cqu1

-- inquirers in addition to the regular subscri- April 3wl5, 1 periodical more particularly adaptedto one hundred of common sheet music, ft

ENOCOII.-The Belfast Jour hen_ on faradays; is__ very jrreat.___ and___ _in_ con..tanilyincrea.ins the wants and t&sta of ,the American nnK. could not' be purchased separately for
p -" -- --
nal Bays, a man In that town lately let a ; which is oponular proof of SUGAR HILL FOR SALE. lie. While it will be' the object of the VUW pro than five dollars; and the publisher il *e

farm to an Irishman Mnt the halves."- approbation, and a sign of the attractive GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in the metorp to'make the work strictly what its mined to procure the simple rather thu

When a calf on the farm had arrived at a character of its general and miscellaneous A sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West title indicate, it will, nevertheless, contain difficult. *

marketable age, the landlord sent his boy contents. Point Foundry;diameter of-Centre Roller, all articles of interest to ill patrons, which Although,the publisher places no at]

to get half tho calf the tenant went to the Under these favorable circumstances the two feet wo and a half inches,and two outer appear;, in foreign Magazines. dance whatever, in the support of it,"*1

barn aud caught the animal, cut off his Sunday Morning Jfews will proceed with redoubled ones, one foot ten and one-fourth inches Extensive preparations have been entered rary parr, from its engravings,yet then
confidence and energy, in laboring with Iron cogs, points, &c, as also a set of into, both with Artists and Authors to fur be presented occasionally, plates fromeoi!
head and. tail with the axe, then taking a to gratify the!'curiosity and taste of the pub Kettles from the noted Foundry in Scotland, nish, from all parts of the Union, drawingsand and,wood beautiful workmanship w*
string and measuring lengthwise, found lic, in all the)various items of intelligencewhich betubi
known by name of the Carran Foundry war. illustrations of every subject of interest .- Already have appeared a
'tbo exact centre'of the trunk and cut it in form tie staple of a weekly journal.The .- ranted and proof, as malleable Iron. The ca. which the publishers confidently believe"will{ engraved portrait of James Fenimore Cell

two, the boy looked on with astonishmentat I man of Ibuaineu will be sure to findtherein pacity of; the grand Kettle is three hundred enable them to issue a work honorable to its executed on steel, and a chaste vignette
the butchery and when told "to take the most recent and correct information and title and to the
I gallons, proportioned, or graduated to acceptable American People. page, engraved on copper.
k ,his bal! ," observed that his father always I upon the state of the foreign and domes. sixty gallons, being four to the set;,all of The American Magazine is published Its contents will be various and pintt<

ek1ned a calf before he cut it Up,"_"Ab, tic markets, the.current of business, the arrival which, with Coolers, Vats, and a Cistern to monthly-each humber containing between there will be a general record of Occur

on faith" says Pat, "tell yet father that he l with of mercantile vessels and affair every thing connected contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be forty and fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two tee, Statistics, Obituary notices, &c. &c'

paldu..hQAteajt,. meet with.A faithful abstract; the politician of the will disposed of if applied for shortly, for at leas c DOLLARS per annum, payable in advance. addition to the Tales,Legends,Essay*, '
: '
move- twenty-five percent below cat. It c menu of parties,wi legislative proceedings A hnr directed to E. B. COX Sidon S1tetche i Sketches mean\
An honest Watchman was one day giving on ugwshed Americans; Views Biography,Poetry, &e
here with details the
of
an account of a wonderful Echo in operation., together on the continent of political and Plantation McIntosh County, Georgia, (as of Publio I ridings, Monuments, and im- elegant paper for the parlor,and for the,I'
Europe
,
Manager,) will be attended to. Movements Landscape polite literature contributions v
North Wales scenery-the bound. as
Old which would
repeat every other quarter of the globe : the lover of March 2., 4wll less and secured /
variety beauty of which from of the most popular
: in this some
eleven words distinctly-O, said an Irish varied and diversified reading will find the wil form rican '
country, an authors.
.man in company, that is nothing to what means of gratifying his appetite as copiously I unceasing source of instruction >*
The wells
TREASURER'S NOTICE. an gratification;,, Engravings and work will be printed as
I
wo have la Ireland Often would I go out supplied as will possible; while the admirers of descnpUons >f the character, l habits &c. of I tain as much reading.matter as any '!
be
In a bright morning, and lust say M goot to literature suit their tastes sure in to the discover choicest something extracts TREASURER'S Birds, Beast Fishes, and Insects, Wetherwith 'quarto paper now published in the 1.
morning, madam Echo it would Tallahassee March OFFICE'J ubject States be t
truly
from native and every connected with the Geography ; and it can safely and
answer me with And good morning to the contributions foreign of periodicals and and in BY an act passed 21st it Ilirtory, Natural and Artificial resources the cheapest journal of the kind.

you, Mr. Patrick Blake, how do you find writer popular approved is provided that all Bonds executed by of th i country,illustrated in a familiar TFKMS-Three dollars per annand?
yourself this morning?" be that of scrupulous throughout,will Auctioneers;shall be forwarded by the Judg'of and popular, anner, paper is filmly.eatabli.h 11
morality, so that the
fastidious the County Court to the Treasurer of the Boston Btvnck C vance. Two dollars for six menthes '
most shall have ptJ7&Y.
nothing to.objectto Territory of Florida and thatall Auctioneersshall No. 47 Curt Street. in
Druta Co.isoLATioN.BI shall be happy on this score-and the wish of tie proprietor ; paid advance.
," said the expiring: husband to his wife, as it has been and will continue to be his quarterly in each year commencing on or: Edi*** of Newspaper throughout the Boston, 1834

who was weeping most dutifully by tin duty as well as his desire, shall be to unite the 1st of January,transmit, to the Treasurer United State who will publish the foregoing :
bed side, "If'ouViII only promise not to in its columns in well arranged and digested under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy Prospectus that > order all that is of all sole effected by him, with the amount Magazine from time to Real Estate Broker, X'EzcAaxge
marry object of my unceasing joel- sound and elegant in literature and at what time and place and for whom timeshall be entitled and Merchandize
ousy,your cousin Charles.* Make your. amusing in art!instructive in the sciences the samewas made. Now, all Auctioneers to the first volume. -sheer, Boston, JiUl b'

Belf quite easy, Jove, said 'he expectant and necessary for a correct appreciationof are required to take notice of said law, and Any person remitting the Agent, bv mail, I TX71LLattend to the selling aDd '

widow, "I am engaged his brother. passing events. conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must poet paid, Wen" Dollars, shall receive six. "t'oCReal Estate, in every of part*">
The
popularity now enjoyed by this journal, be instituted. Judges of the Courts copies for one year-and continued as long United States. People 'desirous
.. will be the best guarantee for a careful adhe- County as the is bar from one of the Union to '
THE KINO'S EVII.. of without money regularly forwarded. part
-A student modi- the are requested delay, to forward,I *
cine from Boston, while attending lecturesin rence to means by which it was acquired; properly certified and approved the Bonds of liberal price will be paid for can always receive correct infonnsn'
and the patronage hitherto extended towards appropriate>> applying at his office. lie will i.*'"'
London, observed that "the ting* >nj it, ,the most !flattering encouragement to a Auctioneers. in. their po eaaion. and well written articles, or drawings, UIustrativ for various kinds of Merchandise, debat
had been hut little known CHARLES AUSTIN of national subjects possessing
in the Unite perseverance in the same D- Union. ComBW--
course. of tho
Treasurer of the Territory of Florida t* 8U.J"1. 111011" received this office. any part
States since the Rtvolutun. New York, AuusU6. to him will be promptly &
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