Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
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System ID: UF00028424:00051
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E.;COUItIEIt,;: s 'J. DON'T'QUARRE The truth'is,the more quietlyVrd peaceably .i1io'.band 'of the {imperious Elizabeth, and any ok solitary'and'alone, amoQ- 'them >'I .1

,rnUIIHJD.O ,: t silt Dr ... !One of the easiest, the nu-:'.common, 'we get on, the 'better-tho" better for the effigy;of Henry the Fifth lies headless; but n t of them ;n "and whyl.aftjd I, when 'I' I

CU' WJ E'R., and tho'J 'most perfectly .foolish :things in ourselves' and the better for ,oUr neighbors: Not, a royal monument but bears some one cf these services i yrttV: ovwifwhy; dQ I I\

L. ; this ,world, is-t9' quarrel ; n
11-$4 psi'je pa6lehalF'yearly.varice. whom, man, woman, or chifdl{ ,or upon is, if
Sing a peJP! 2centa.vertlsementd' what pretence, provocation of occasion BOpyer. pany ; if he'slanders you, take sire so to are mutilated, some covered with'r1LIdryand into! your,heart: tuuconeoledorend-; 1 '

Inp iitiJX' aid, 'contracts\ 1 There is no kind of necessity for it, live as that: nobodjr-will believo Urn ; no insult-atl'moro': less outraged;and ed by 8WOOt,vOice Of woman, or, why \ r

for yearly adv tlatrgrrnreasodabWs ; \ 'flq manner of use for it, and 'to-eaecies or matter who he is, or how he misuies you, dishonored I refuse I10 double )'pur\jo18 by sharing,them t : !

., l4o advertise eratf L Ae, inserted degree of benefit to be gained by..lt. And the, ,wisest* way is, generally,just :let him Tho last beams of day were now faintly with 1 ?" "Ask, 'aaid he "the young '....' 1:

Iss po.idJorJ mad v|nc1s. :' , yet, strange as the fact may,be,>theologians alone.' There' is nothing better than ,thin streaming through the painted windows in and trusting, earth has deceived{ me too > I t i

ll'communicatiopostage 1 ; by mal may be.adtublisVer quarrel l, and rcl, lawyers cool J, calm, quiet' way, ot dealing ;with the the high ,vaults abovo me j the lower partsof l long. I,will not give my best.affections to :" ,

ed'to' I.,.Coasts ; of the Cou. doctors, ,and printers quarto the church wrongs.we pleet-Trenton[ |orium., the abbeywere already wrapped in the what must, BO soon, pass away.' Youth iaing : 'I i

in air4se- .lo'to-paid.} quarrels, and the state quarrels, 'nations II. 1 1'L'IFE. obscurity .twilight. Tho\ chapels ,end mine no' longror, and can I ask ) f '' I
I 'J! and tribes, and, c rporations,1 1CD1 women, x aisles grew darker bud darker. Thg e fH> ,In thettrst,4pe \ ngofharcht netojavleh: J'j."' "; 'j ;

AOIKTS.FOR, ri>f t- ,ttar.: ,i children, dogs and cats,rbirt'Ai1 d) beasts, .! 'It is spring-Nature has put en oil hercharms' glee of the kings faded Into ehadojfa ftbo them oh ine;and to t\ang\ hike a'support.-' .:, .... .;; .
FLDR '' quarrel,. l-about nil-! on and" haa .decked th ;qdd. with marble figures of .the monuments! assumed .vine with all therIc1t.luut"'QCft.Qr,1u r. ; ,I. :;;;., y: "
t..a,*..,. ,tit l\JooiUItnfte'*', -i"" Bowers-'aod losjjbEnsj'exhaitng; 'the host strange shapes in the uncertainlightr the leaves and.fruit, around, tbe. sated trunk .; j

ring Gfrote' -J.Garrison,.Esqi; P"M: Now that a great deal of mischief mes delicious.. perfume All is gay and joyous evening breeze crept through thcoisles like of a withered tree?" \m '

7ularin-E. A. Cohen,"Esq. P. M, of this, every bOdy''' gees;end feels, and admits ; see yon brilliant flower, a" watered, tho cold breath of the grave; and even the I turned away to pity his pe erted feel '

GEOR GM.JJary'aA. butwhat good ? ferny\ things; evil plant, it has sprung up in majesty and love distant; footfall of a verger, travuving the ings, but at that moment conscience t whispered

'Doolittle;Esq. P.JM. in' themselves, havo redeeming results liness. The dying wind plays through its Port's Corner, bad something. stange and that he was but tho linn; e of myself Ie
and produce at least their kernel of expanded foliage, breathing a melody in its sound. I slowly rernced '
sanaah-S..Philbrick, Esq. dretry- my Tho light ,of morning rose >n the sha "j
eonEdmund'Russell.. wheat to the bushel of chaff but if any body as the whispered music of Ecfian.' harp-' inoriung'a walk, and as I passed out at the dowa of the night'and that cm rch with ita .: ..

discovers !a good thing come out of a and stealing' and giving odor But the portala! of the cloisters' the, doer closing worshippers and .,their feeling I were alike '

quarrel, if he'J give us it's length, breadth, season }passes away, and' suct.eds. The with a jarring noise behind me Ailed the gone. My dream was ended. [Ji.". C.
'MY' AND ME. scene is into a dark and: dreary '
MY' WIFE, CAT, quality, and description' we'll insure him a changed' whole building with echoes. [ Courier.. ''' f' teN
winter come jrith chilling look, patent for it'and the credit to boot of bay- waste, and the fragment flower broken (' ,
t I endeavored to form some IJustO\ ,
from the lies faded( 'sir .scentless on arangemont \ '
than stem
bower seen further into a mill stone r ,
the summer mg any
And strip ; that ground. Such is man, jjcli is 'cruel in my mind of the object I, hndbecn contemplating .'
of book chap that eter looked into,daylight east'ofthe but found 'wee The sensation of is attributed : .
cannot rob me my fate, the 'dcstmy-brought into:'the'world they already hunger by "
Hudson, I have heard of it
never nor
into indistinctness and coifusion. most authorities to.the irritation
Hour falling occasioned ;
Or philosophic ; by a kind and benificient Creator his "
heard of who did hear of it and
ever Names lad all become in the coats,of tho stomach the
inscriptions, trophies, by gastrio.
let'him,come,with'aspect,chill, conceive heart 5a elate with the blossbrta of fancy- "
es, be the most inconceivable of
counfounded r-collection juice as it Is called fonned I '
from the tree hif. and he seems daily to springing i into anew in'my a liquid by tho ,
leaves strip" I
The things.
existence to/eni though I had scarcely taken nv foot from stomach itself) and which possesses the ,
here's.three' that can'be happy still I Some look very well in theoryall merely y happinessin 1
all its cstacy-be ia/'tenderly'alavo to off the threshold. What; thought I, is this property ofrapidly dissolving such substancca -
My Wife-my'Cat-and Me. which do riot answer at all in practice ; impulse of fries hip aid love-he vast assemblage of sepulchres, mt a treas. aa are exposed to its action. That a I '
i and it is posSible for a man to'reason himself every Of humiliation ; a huge pile of reiterate fluid possessing ,this:propertyda;: actually /' '
howl the snow fall, into the belief that is cheered by the whispers of hope! and I' ;, : ) "
he storm may -.,. : may. particular system fortune smiles him. homilies on the emptiness renown, formed, ia by experiments on per- \ )1 '

lie frost may glitter bright ;: is right, whi :when reduced. to practice, But remorseless upon ti,he ,passes on ; arid and the certainty of oblivion lis, indeed, Sons who through accident have had nstu* ;.'J:

beed them. not, while on the wall will turn ou entirely wrong. But neither mows,'down each but of youthful fancy. the 'empire of,death-his'great> shadowy loua openings into this organ, from the surface 'j''j'I w I
'I' the theory r the practice of quarelling isgood. where' he sits in'state at of, tho body. The experiments .
The.}Hearth fire shows its_light j Disappointments stopi and sorrow's flood palace- ,:nocking are ,j \
, the. relics of human glory'an spreadingdust very curious, and1 acrvo to show what ; ;.
ca.re-'i'howthe' winds blow, the rolling the dark tide
complete wrec
for, may. As for the theory-molasses catches flies, indeed is .. t
/ his oncet'enchanting' and forgetfulness on the nbnumenta amply proved by, other evidence :
of desolation
If from a dun I'm free, they won't come near vinegar. If peoplewill In oye all/the' variois\scenes in of princes.. How idle a'boast,after all, is :that some i descriptions of aliment I' ,d
' little wilt surfice, you know, not listen to reasod, they will .seldom prospects. are'much dissolved'' I, .
or. which be his h 'the grand tho immortality of a name I 'Jimo is ever more readily in the J
r yWife-my4Cat-and Me. hearken patiently to abuse : you may lead, drama of. life may'o,=: tbo fateof, part man is material! silently turning over his pages; we aretoo, stomach than others.' It line been sUI'poi. i ;;

i ,- but you' cannot drive .men, either into the the Sam wliQmcr ambition beckons him much engrosed by.the story ofhe; present, edthat, this fluid when no 'foreignsub:? m lJ 1
rhe fool pleasure take in wealth, or.wrong'way; If succeed by ly stance i ia '' '
may right you the /ent or, whether he loiters to think' of the characters anr. anecdotesthat furnished it, expenda force on/ '.
I envy not his pelf; an irresistible argument in convincing a up steep a/voluptuous, pnths of pleas" gave interest' to the.i past ; aid ench'age the coat of the stomach itself;and ,thus pro-, I .... "'I i .
(e's richef whose a mind in'health, man;j''and you find out tl1at- 1 along ure-whethe the votary' of virtue and science I/I.a volume'thrown aside'tobe. speedily ducea the painful l sensation we term bun. j, tf:, ,', t I
Who does not fear himself; Convinced He's of the against his will still, or' the/child of ignorance, and the forgotton. The idol of today pushes tho ger. ,Appetite, ia hunger in a,less degree, '\, ;1., ,I.. \ .

((cow'sweet to hope for brighter days: there is no principle same ever opinion yet discovered, in, 'I worker of iniquity,-he is butthe creature hero .yesterday: out of our :collection 5 but can.hardly be considered .a disagreeable ,I f,Jl.' t..
and will, in turn, bo aupplantei by his successor feeling.' It is remarkable how much \\ -: I
should be 'which reach eta day-With the morning hot] rises young .
Though they, never human nature, upon you can of tomorrow.v the recurrence of thia sensation l ia under''' ;" \
+j-ja warm TO sit before'tho Z t his will, w tt armta. Men 'can't be madeto and vigorous-at noon he is powerful& and .J.......i.:.. the dominion of .tlmo' "
-. ( I brilliant, and etovowere Is be'? In lrfc-; "' 'to''dino'k _. -.4.1
My Wfew-my Cat-and Me.. upon'Torripulslor/rTia-yi nwy ----A'.DRE'Al'tr- we are accustomed 'ttietTbi r 7" ";t
well let and him ir a good ness ao impenetrable that eye cannot fathom I
just as drop the
go in the of appetite cornea, and we discipline \
it. His friends follow 'I stood, as thought, gallery a may ,
end when old age with silent'pace, humour. or theory explain Gothic Church. Tall columns, clusteringtogether ourselves to almost .any interval between .;,, .
Strews o'er, our heads> the snows, .'., As for the practice-if there is any thing him to the silent tomb,and perchance drop like- the' trees 'of the; forest; rose meals which we ,think I proper. Tho ancient r
in the world will make a man feel Mid, except a tear, as they'lay his cold relics beneath Romans ; ', '
in tlie
face luxurious
' the w'nu\VlSC) most
furrows deep above The shrine v.
'lough ,upvn less me.
pinching his fingers in the rack of the green sod-but, do the birds sing of tbo Empire had i 1'j
period but a'
ine l.
of ,
And steals the full blown rose, ered with those flowers, "which''peak
does the shine ,Jess'brightly
the door it is 'unquestionably a qmrrel.No sweetly, i sun
heart." At tho altar (day-the breakfast about nine -: and the :
the ,
( sweet'twill be when death shall come, because of the dust 'Ito dust la returned hope to fainting
ow, : man ever fails to think less ofbimself a worm the white robed priest-and high dinner at three,or four. In'the earlier and '
To know that when three than he did before one-it degrades ? No, the tears thai mourn aresoon stood '
we after above in the dim distance of tho roof was more rigid times of the republic, one meal .
,hall in tomb, him in his own eyes, and in the of dried. In 'a few abort rhombs, memory counted 'aufllcient..
sleep together, .one, ryes and his that holy 'dove, fit emblem of the spirit a day was Savage, ,
others-and what is worse, blunts jia sensibility regardeth 'not the departed; I whoso of food 'I
Catand'Me.THE supplies
are precarious frequently
My Wife-my from whom good gift proceed. 'r[
who in his
is 'filled a ,
the one hard and place by successor
to disgrace on ,
and love eat enough at once to last several l
the forms of the ;
SOLDIER'S GRAVE. increases the power of passionate iratabili- turn, feels ,keenly the blasts of misfortuneand were gay who seemed as young it weraaent for days; in fact Irving, In,bit amusing sketches I t i-'
that flesh' ly beings, w; I''
Ie sleeps t the burning; breath of war ty on the other. In short, it is the source the thousand natural shocks his relief a :time byheaven to earth, to console the ,of tho, Pawnee ,Indians, says theirrule, '
is heir until death comes
of unmixed and perfect wretchedness. to; ) and ,is to eat aa long as, food remains to bo .
more'shall wave his purple plume, and he too ia buried in oblivion -ambitious afflictions of earth.children, to purify any ., f
The fool who folds a viper to his heirt, the devoured.Whether. '
their The countenance qf priest
joy. f;
:lo life and labors all vain.WISTMlNSTIR.
watching by'the'midnightstarShall
Acts not a wilder or a simpler part-< are"- seemed laboring with suppressed emotion, one meal'or three IB eaten daily l.
chill the warriors youthful bloom., Than he who takes the wormwood tcbie lips, docs influence j.
ABBEY. and those of the congregation aa expecting : probably, O\\", much the,
[Ie ,sleeps ;-the' hour of mortal gain Filled with 'the gall of bitterness-aid sips.: some Interesting ceremony. Suddenly the whole quantity taken ; and in civilized! aociety r' f

And mortal"pride alike are past; Wisdom is applied to the affai i of men Br WASIIIHOTOIf IHTJUC.: doors of.the church opened, and 'before, ,the recurrence;of the'social 1 meal, by) ,

(is blood is scattered! 'on, the plain, I in the adoption of the best means to secure 1 rose and prepared to leave the Abbey, that priest stood his daughther the act uniting the, members ofa family; answers t,,: e
the best ends. This business of qiarelling As r descended the' flight of which better tban the t ':' '
His cheek in the blast. I crepe( to become a bride, and about to receive in a purpose mere gratification '
is-withering: the proceedings it the led into the of the buildisg, my ,of sensual ; When '
just reverses ; application body eye the faltering accents of an earthly parent appetite ,the regutar ; I' };
thousand. ,storms !may, wander there, of the worst means to secure the was caught by the shrine of Edward blessing froth her Father in Heaven.: The hour of dinner is allowed to para by,tho "iI .
ends. If it is really desirable that Confessor 'and I ascended the small staircase nfter n time "diminishes arid ; i. '
May swell thousand battle's cryor worst scene was over,and, as that fair bride passed appetite even :
you should make a man your,enemy, you that conducts to it,to take from thencea from.the church, full of "all Spiritual( .disappears, leaving more or leas' distinct I 'r.
earth..he. his,no eye, nor ear; migb{ contrive a much more comfortable general survey of thia wilderness of tombs. benediction 'and, ," I could pot help sense of uneasiness,. which ill not entirely ,

Pain, pleasure,glory pass him by. and honorable mode of making him in the The shrine is elevated upon a kind of platform picturing myself{ grace the thousand blessings removed until another day restores the regular <<

e sleeps,the brother pf the,worm, effort. What then ? has a man ,wronged and close around it are the sepulchresof which in human: ..probability mlgh hereafter order of things; Mental emotion baa ..

By thunder, and by.trump unmoved; you-if- BO, he has done himself a great .kinds of queens. ,From this eminence aurround her in her happy home. ,The great Influence both'on appetite anddigea '

nd is this frail and faded form deal more mischief than he has done you- the eye looks down between pillars bright and' beaming faces of Infancy' and tiqo. The receipt of exciting intelligence,

All that left of, him loved. but if the offence requires it, apply peaceably and' funeral ,trophies' to the chapels and childhood would lOOn be hanging around whether agreeable or the reverse, will ens )

we and 'quietly: to your remedy at !Jaw ;jdon't chambers- below" crowded :with tombai I her knees, and forming new cord.of strong tlrely extinguish the .appetite, and Jf\ food. ,

')!Mourner kneel and,weep no more- quarrel with him. Have you been I warriors!, prelates, courtier and statesmen, I affection to bind her to her lord The blessing haa just been taken, will cause it to remain

That faded form is not thy love:-' insulted *. that only proves your antagonista lie mouldering in their be it does no harm-let him Close by me stood the ''gret : chair of coro- rejected. ,Hunger when extreme
j hour.was come, its course was o'er, blackguard, you be .returned, n" iepaid,19 h rieJr.. nut ; is't t
The alone- lon't; quarrel with him. Won't i nation,,rudely .carvedot oaL in the barbarous even, sal I looked, the .,passed, and tine of the moat painful of sensatlona j and ,
spirit :winged its way above, your neighbor agree with you in opinion ? taste of a remote andj Gothic age,-- the crowd )yrere one. of the many Instances of persona who have e

1d wouldst' thou for his glory weep, well, and you are right and be is.wrong, ,The scence seemed almoslas if contrived, church ii\ the twi attempted to starve :tbemuelvei, very few
And grieve him'with an idle tear. but if you quarrel with him about it, you with theatrical ,artifice, to, roduce. an effect stood in that again and have bad the courage to effect Jt. Men\ 4*
that's all don't quarrel the beholder He was a of light.of; a summer evening, again will devour the moat viands and '
>ve was not born in tombs to ileep, are both wrong, -BO on type I the J'' disgusting ,
in the the beginning and the end nf human lU'Ounl.me saw young and lovely become i cannibal under the Influence \
See yonder heaven !-thy Io'fe'is there. if vou would keep rightThe pomp but even : ,
: reason people quarrel about religion : and power; hero it was litinlly but n step bad seep before, they were'gay no long of thia irresistabla craving I yPbiladelpbia
-4 the doors and the first
have little of it ,from the throne to the ep.Jcbre.Vould er. Again opened, [ Jlerald.
STRONG VERDICT.-About the corn- is, because they really so sight 1 paw Waa the priest.of God, the first ;
the harder the more not one think that these iipongnioua mc- s ,
cement of the blackw and they quarrel,
a af-
century, beard the and
sound I consoling
A hasa bad been. together. as, a strong Harried on the 15th of July at Exeter r
who lived at the North End of Boss abundantly do they prove it. man meats ; gatbereij' the and the ,
' his i laitb _lesson I show it, even firmaiion, "I am resurrection Mr. Joahua Stokes,of Bldbury,to) ....Ann
suddenly disappeared, and' it 'was right to stand fast by: rejigious .- ,to living greatness) o life aaith the Lord. I saw that fit
ght that, he bad drowned himself. a right to insist upon it:-a right to )presentit in the moment of its prow eat exaltation, Again bride Drake I'atridge, of};xeter. It ia not a little -
but where the fair ?
ther was I
jrdingly diligent search was. made, respectfully on, all proper occasions, to : the neglect and dishonor t 4 j which it' must Her, bad to heavenly young singular, and will[ | certainly! afford an' t

at the end of two days, hIS' body was the consideration of others J but he baa no soon arrive ; bow lOOn tint crown which spirit gone her mortal parent, argument for fatalists in f"or.oCthejr ava- ) -;
and hero were they bringing re-
and that will encircles its brow mUtt pets ,and it tem,that iheae parties who are now getting '
d in a dock in Cbarlestown. ,As is right to quarrel- any man under that altar where buta J
; ronlnajo ,
I lin such cases, a jury vas called to- quarrel about these things, in my opinion, must lie.down in the dim and disgraces of abort time repose she knelt in all the warmthof in yearwere .acquainted in their youth ffI' I4! r.
er; and as the story goes, (which isfor bas not much to quarrel about. the tomb,and be trampled upon by the feet her ago affection. She bad been tak and about'to. be united in the bonds of wedlock .

aught we" know) they'; were alln Politicians need hot. quarrel. :Whoever of the meanest of the. ,i ikitude. For young ;a difference however, took place,and { if:
of color." After some deliberation r quarrels with a man for hIS political opinions strange to tell.'cfelltbe gave it here no en away, they parted.' .After a while each got married I I '
brought in verdict fol.I is himself denying! the first principlesof longer a sanctuary. TbeH ia a >shocking Er. !ire', early lustra bad .Imetogrow pale, and in the lapse of yeara beams single ''t it.

I: "Dat going a .home something one berry as'dark freedom-freedom of thought-moral levity in some nature,.. which leads; them And the garland" of love was yet fresh on her when the courtship ,was again renewed .,
with awful and billowed things brow :with precisely the ;.same result aa be- l
t, he fell from the wharf and was JnUiat liberty-without which there IS nothing in to sport t
de tide worth a groat; it is therefore wrong ,and there are base mitd, ybieh'deligbt to And ao that pageant past. fore-a quarrel and second aeparstion-
comin'in politics
< strong floated
other to Charlestownand he ,: drownJat principle. You have on this subjecta revenge on the illustrious dead the abject I still stood In that church,and behold Each again got married, and Laving become ,

de was upon to own opinions, so have other j homage and grovelling ftffilit1wbleh they other beans knit together in holiest ,harmony once more aiogle, they rewired to
weather cold right
) ** The being'very who' bejrozerfA.1 have a right to convince them if I pay to the living. The offin of Edward with the gratulaUona of friends ria- put it out of the power caprice, wr aught 1
ish coroner, was rather *; you they have the eamQ right. Exercise i the Confessor baa been,,broken open, and around them. But one being was there, but death to separate them more, b11ud. ;
, notwithstanding solemnity ofeeasion .you can, but I U7don'tquarrel his remains despoiled of their funeral or- who seemed to look on i all, aa if be, felt aokibly uniting .thernaelveat in the. silken ,

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body of the colonists missed him, at all times, the caution: of the fox the br;.
i FrbnTFranrfe'we' receive nothin relative their'road in the night, and before they : With ih in command if do hat-a b passed through

I ;' to, the, great national questionf-theIndemnity found out their mistake, were at the upper a Bpetdy victory we, at least we do not not hope fear THURSDAY, ; DECEMBER 17. sleeve of a third 'ma; rjacketTo,8i. ;t

t', ., ford, immediately opposite the town. They fodr eleat. ,, for the Indians shot : ;

,Fifteen insurrectionists, or agents c f the then struck across,, for a short cut; to the I sen this by soldier who INDIAN IIOSTILITIES 11 supposed that g soI at randOlll *,
a fought at they
,secret societies, which! have been fc-med. position occupied,by van-guard. Their the ,,from the most authentic reports received, ere deceived ?
cap re of,Goliad, and if there be anyerrorn looming of the boat it 1 u
to considerableextent: France, we e,;onthn route led through a miukeet thicket. 'Themuskect fcy statement will have the it appears that the Seminoles are carrying on was'within 4

17th.nrreflfeii' bv" the Dolico in n Ansey is- a.- tree__ __ nf__ tho n._' _Irwnst_____ .fRmltv_.....".:_"I_tl].1; means. o correcting them', you before you'. their devastations and murdering the inhabitants one hundred 'yards 'the point, and tltt
t : conducted of thorns fore in the shade
and at' little distance of
at'Batignotte'f a resembles e shore.
5': Your.ob t servant, S. of the;frontier, whenever they have an Add 10 k
prefecture of poli with them important bCfOptbe While I opportunity to do so with impunity; They ey or IA,
many ance. the parties were treading Cap John Duncan;late'of Mobile. would have made sa
tern belonging to the their,,way through this thicket,tho horse''o f seem, to be:prowling about, in 'parties from 10 crowded i in tha' boat. avoc; among the t,

Morey,; the'I cco'mplice of Fiesch y has Some of them started in affright at an ob [Fro the Notches Courier; Nov 12.] to 30 strong. In the early,,part of the disturbances down Both boats urged d 4,,

nearly' recovered.and will shortly brcadyto jcct beneath, a bush. The rider checked Te-By:: A. C. Allen, Esq. 'who leA .OC aaioned by, the hostile spirit. dis small course boat ,the ,ri r, ,and especially! ,,
take his t :ja1. his horse and said, "who's there." A Naco has blr haying tisawtheflameiofthe the arms!
'' on Sunday the 1st inst, we played 'the Indians Capt. Gabriel Priestremoved Soon d,:
It was' rumored that importaht'chanieswere'abontto ( voice answered in Spanish. One of, the have, Deelowing ("politely furnished with' tbe,fol- I his family from his uildingson lshrl
be made in the Frenclj ministry party supposed that he in the :plantation at The II whoon"seetn ,
recognized ; n lira\ from Texas.: In Thursday's tn 1..1....,,, I
": but the' f accounts were not generally voice an ,old acquaintance of La Bahia paper win i' gave information of La Bahia Wacaho, to Hogtown,.a place. twelve or nal to commu' ,'catet- -- ;-] oeen then I''
e fire to
credited: and.. asked. if it was not such, a one, men Minn I wirer from hfi IVT(>Tirnn frnnns. fifteen mle0| north-west ofWacahO<1t.i. whereis
-- mentsdestmedVodestluction.VThen
.The.threatened Insurrections in France, I Ii' nontn ,the., name,f No, ,"was the replyu my The-acc nt'of the t taking-of La-Bahia" ky erected a fort forthe, protection of the,people had ) ,, E
r it is saw, would prove' nothing more than' name ii.Jlilam."I the Texeaos we have not received.La of ,tlije vicinity assembling there. On, some day afore, eft the Iol ni.
;sundry associations of*Polish exiles, who Col.M'Uqra) U a native of Kentucky. At less very thin|like a habitation
met for the purpose of corresponding with the..commencement of the Mexican War DatI&.i.s taken by 42 Americana Monday jofjast week, Dec.'7th, a, scouting ed. I i is deit

,their brethren in Gerrru ny'. of Independence he' engaged in the cause headed by Capt. Collinsworth. There were party of,fourteen fifteen-mounted-men, 'Meqr ....l} rtril _

A'celebcsted banker,at Brussels, recent- and assist*! in establishing the independ,.' garrisoned at the,time in'La Bahia 35 Mex:, proceeded from Hogtown,to scour'the eoun- live oak ,'ort the/Island/ *r*.

if( ly failed for 3,000,000 francs. ence1 old i 'country., When Iturbide a'- icans.the The'\Americans p made the attack iff tr 'and'' )parti? i The of the late Para massacre sumcd th night and ners including .was all
account Milam's ready
purple, n. Captain' plantation", : ,Alit one mile from the planta to
i iias reached ''direct. The : repUbJicantp a Colonel aid a killed one ,and : it on board when the above
Liverpool state ciplea pla >d him in fette //lim : '' TCok tion is a little jungle or what is here called ; occurred
wounded ,
mount affair differs to the s< veral. specie, to the a sted of :
relative sailing
to the materially city of Mexico, and confined him in i ,up the river'for the tit
amount of 3000, and $10,000 worth ofamunidon scrub' hammock,' through which, it was,by
from tho account received here, and the prison un I the usurper) was dethroned. the Girard was obliged,to
writer recommends the interference of the When Sa ta Anna assumed the Dictatorship :i nd stores, ,and ,100 stand,: of some of the party,suggested, (it would be unsafe of goods re-lade the
British to the the muskets, to, > :then with,two small field pie- to ride. Four of the'' provision, &c with a qUan
government protect commerce i publican Milam was again thrust party; however..; powder and lead ?
of the province. into prise at Monte Key., But his past ces. J\\ thinking there was no cause avoiding f the ,.which .she, had'ju*\

"' The Morning Chronicle of the 24th October services a t sufferings wrought upon the ,A letter Jt tt| received from Gen. Austin, thicket;: declared would io" charged at the",Head, Q a.rtersand rt,
dated the 2( :h, informs'us that'a divisionof ,through; she had
state that the, 'people of Ohio'andMichigan syinpathi of his hard hearted jailors. brought from,New York for
the ,while .the, rest of the the!I
army to :
lad advanced and party proceeded
:! have come into actual collision ,They t owed him the luxury of the ,taken up a go The Girard, on board of which

with each other and heads ita notice of bath.- lie ..rnfitP.tl.,tiv IIA... .;...a.nlon. ...<.;.,. .nn,1...... position! at qalado.' within fivemilea nfSnn around the suspected place. with his ,Mr.per ,|
--- ---- -" : family came to this
the circumstance: M:United States of Amer made arra cmcnts; with an'old compatriot in ping which they,Iiad, corn; i in The '''two foremost "of the' Inn however, pla eonM"'day'lll:8ti *
ica-Civil WorJJ I 11"1! to contact wi the advance guard of the en:' when : ;, haying discharged her J
,, ;>> place a ;ct horse suitably equipped abput through the hammock, were cargo,
upon \
j ..A. West India'house in Bristol has ad- the i bait of the stream. at a time, appointed emy. ... ., who I' .s 11 I ontinued, in eight, on'the. ,fired.,upqn' by a party of.. Indiaks starting up the, wharf,.this..morning,, to proceed n{
'; vertised for.",thirty:young men used to he ,colonel passed'the'sentinel mil Detween.our.troops and( San ,entonro. from river eretn.. Mr.- ---.,, -F-.rria"mm..._ --...." _:'Ji.i'i .
ambush. ;
General At them wounded. Ulglll; HK
labor' and as ho { stin continues to urge rein- Bothwerje l ..stond;
agricultural twenty young.wo- wag ont to go into the water-walkIn says that all the ,men
,men accustomed to the' same': pursuits, for ed quietly -mounted the horse andjled. 'forcements' ,i 3 hasten as fast as possible.: One Mrfl ktiolk, receiving a bullet,,which entcring"Weai wayd:; wn'the river to Picolata are, on tit

: colonising one of the healthiest and Four hi ''idred miles ,would place him in Gen Cos, the, '''bother in law of Santa the point'of his shoulder, passing ; -above iL
place the banks' of
,antesi in the Island of, T Anna and t corunander-in-chief of'the through, his throat the river are forsake
< spots; Pleas-I. safety. B noble )horse did.bus duty;and' Mexican, ;came out near the other the'inhabitants.'Mr.
Pleasant white bore the onel nrjpy, operating\ ,against Texas, is shoulder- .
occupation'for people cc clear of all pursuit to the I -the, other, Mr. Priest n of Cape "
'. Mr. O'Connell, the Irish agitator, is ma.taring place whe 1 arty surprised him." ,At only brave 22 yea* old, oad is highly esteemedas Gabriel i :'Priest, formerly for tiany"years'a ; Harris,the mail(, contractor,wboju'

'. i his measures to come 'out against first he su [roses himself the power, of a a id hbnohble' \ .. 'man,, even by the member of the"Legislative j. ed through'this.place on, Monday last .
:1' people'ofT Council,, ad his ;
: the administration radical his! xas.
whig on princi- enemy but the English language soon \, dea'N; ; that the cting'Governor'having
l t pies-he haS. 'made sundry, unequivocal convinced im that he, was, in the midst'of We Imvo horse shot m under him and his arm the revest; 'by receii!
manifestations of 'remodeling the house olords f his county en. fllvorltt l (says the Charles s- broke. His hors fell upon, his'gun, so.that '.express, from, the people

t -. in the elective plan.. He had i vcr heard that Texas was mak-" ton Courier with the, fallowing extract of he;unarmed, fled pursued by an Indian and Alacha, 'senton,, 150 well mounted rob!
;h: "DoD i a letter;, from, Capt. Ferguson of the'''schr. teers.fr m.Middle 'Fl rlda' "
Carlos baa caused tho body of Zu- inganeflbof to save herself. No whisper Motion giv' g escaped only' by running'into a swamp 'and And 'upon 'i
-malacarregMy his fallen to be : the kind'had been allowed an account of the .distress- subsequent
general from
em- to pass to his ing d SD.Ste'ott secreting himself by ,sinking in request Gen. Cinch
balrnod'and' dressed out in his i uniform of prison.! AY'ten he learned the'object of the i ,, l t upthat'vessel. :, he had the te'rtiJl more troops,the Governor made,

,, general-in-chieQ: ; and placed on,n spot ,to party his'.c'1rt. was ,full.., 'He 'col:1'dcnot' t ST. J inn's RIVER, ( .toy) Nov.: 8. .an, opportunity,to return.to Hog- I rangement with_ Gen. Call, to; raise some
town. Mr. two ii
which the troops are brought from time tosime speak for fa,, "1 am wn< er the disagreeoMo'necessity of badly" wounded as he was, dred '
to derive from tho sight new courage When thi company arrived at the I lower informing :3 ou of our sad misfortunes; ,1 fled a short distance, when he was taken up more, whom Gen. Call is to hud

'. ',and enthusiasm.Napoleon's ford they divided themselves'four par- sailed from Charleston on the 23d ofOcto-, by one'of his companions'behind him. on'his person.; The ,150, undoubtedly, and the 3

lai .;, : widow, the duchess of Par* ties, of twelw men each., One 'party reinalucilua ber foreSt. Augustine, having .twelve $a- )horse; and carried off. His wound under Gep. Call, are probably at this time i
'" it is said
":" mil; w saia to::bo iui delicate' Btnio-or(I u-guttrd,yrlitr our,!JunnlJ. "The .. sengera on board., Before daylight, sup ';.. probably f. *l. The the ground,ready.for'action
: health;and is about to abdicate, in which other three, each 'with a guide, marched posed ourselves, by be I ,bulding. atiWaca-! ,Dr. Mcl -
soundings, to off emureproprietorof the
hooti Suwann
+ the of the ofParraa different routes J.d,1; probably, the before ?
case government duchy by to\ the assault. Darien, blowingfresh!,, and weather looking day been Medical

will devolve po"n the duke of Lucca H Their( axes'_ n hewed_.. .- ___down'_ *,.. th"..._ <,Tnn.__.. ,T,?;here IJVIO --.? -hnrl.ihniilorl--,. ..--....... ""flf'/u *."u .luo'.._ ouuui cs--.i., ._.uoneoeosnil L_ .._ -, burned find the settlement laid_ WlUltA nn_,.' Springs, has'reached Camp at

: '';London, '20th Octoberi; The' 'moneya the colonel commanding'the place slept- ,, gird ,hove to, calculating for;;rdrift, Menjs. Palmer, &Ferris' who have a con- head of fifty m'e raised in' Columbia c

ket'was:elightly-affected by1' "'tbe ru- and ho was taken prisoner from his bed. should the gale continue. ''The gale increas- ,tract tc Government, :with' a'quantity Hamilton' Counties.We .

\ more'of new'difficulties 'arising out of the, laid A sentinel'hailed-aud fired. A' rifle'ball ing, Sunday,' 25th, carried away jib-boom, of liveiak, have been driven from their work e'xpect'sooi to.hear that'some.decal,

; protracted discussions between France and him 'dead upon the, spot. :The discharge and lost boat,, then blowing a hurricane, by the, ndians. These steps have been taken;'to 'put a check,if t

America, 'as to tho payment,of the claims of fire-arm, and, the noise of human wind about N.l the worst! sea I think I ov gentlemen had about a'period, to the depredations of the Indku
I of the latter' state"upon the former. Idle voices now became commingled. experienced in the Gulf Stream, lying to thirty i en in their' employ, cutting liveoakon

as miiy' bo the ''apprehensions1'' either The' Mexican' soldiers fired from their under,double reefed foresail-hauled down 'Dr 'ton's Island in the lower part of Lake'

party has'! any serious intention of allowing quarters and'the blaze of their guns'served the foresail, and close reefed and furled it, .Georg 'Lost week, on,Sunday'or)Monday, THE FLORIDA AcRiciTtTrRii.' Socurr

their differences to assume the characterI as targets for the colonist riflemen.. I blowing so heavy could not carr airy sail, at eve ng, the, men on, ,the Island. were informed At an adjourned meeting held at the Cain :

I I open hostility, the suggestion of such an The garrison, was called ,to surrender, and foun the lay to better a-hull than she by',one of Mr. Jhe'.city of'Tallahassee,' on the .11th i
'event take had its effect and the call was translated by a did befor ; 1'ingeley"/pegroes", Achille
beinglikely to place, I gentleman > Continuing to blow'a hurricane left Murat,Esq.,.Chairman !
on the Island, in ,protanffafter
for the moment," present who spoke the ,language They duri g the night, and a tremendous charge of the .improvements -
passing ,resolutions, of for'death
.- T '* -T asked forterms.l sea running jthere,that the Indians intended,,that : regret

Qr'Th: following is"'a highly graphicand The, interpreter now' became the chief "Abou 4A., 1\f.\ on Monday night oj thenaxttoattack, the\jh, lnnderand of the late acting.Secretary of thin
,26th, she
; stitutiori
minUte : "No' answered be. bum ,OSCAR 'WHITK Esq deceased
more /accodnt than 'any we [. theywill They say capsized per masts'so low that the water u their encampment. ,Receiving: this ,;
have seen of the of Goliad : massacre every one of ; of condolence. with his bereaved widow
capture by our you un- came in the cabin gangway-Mr. intelligi nce, and having no u
Sprague means of de
tho' brethren heroic in Texas,and of the operations of render.less you, como Come out immediately 'and sur- and i xnysejf succeeded .In getting on her fence, ey .in some ;,:haste, abandoning the- other relations. 'unanimously; adopted,,ii
: little'army: opposed the outcome'out quick. I bottom
to tyrant amendments
,running risk: some Constitution
a great of our lives- a report
I cannot them back encampment, leaving provisions ,
:Santa Anna r'yorreipondence; keep -come out if &c., proced-
,!' ". j :- '. :, .. __ wish'to save your lives-I; can keen, them you cut lost away 411 the lanyards except two, when ed in bokta to the ti Head. Ouart". ,...'! eB M..- this.meeting by FarquharMacraeEsqh
t /I of the New-Orleans Dulletin.i WQ our axe overboard, irnt --- va
fhe 'A".
/a i'. : 'Duz AlTxq; pack notlonger.. 0 do for God'a sake other two Witb aknife- --- --- -- -'J u srs. Palnjers I '& Ferris: at Rollestown man of the Committee of Direction,appo'
i / ) Oct. Zl, 1835., keep them back," answered 'the', Mexicans and the steps of the I On'Th ; ed fth this purpose, at previous meeting
masts giving: rsday'otlut week
she partly: the
DEAR Sta Whilo all way righted, tore 10th instJ]
: ,-*- eyes were directed m their own language" We ,will thisS6cietylThe :.
come the decks six of the
up about the masts, broke ;,men, armed that '
with intense anxiety towards the milita- out and surrender immediately wand! one being 'the ,num
they deck beam* by the mainmast broke bet of following named gentlemen'elected' f e J
the rail guns
-TV operations" near Gonzalcs- upposln rushed out with all possible speed and laid and three they could raise, returned. to"the
Mat to be the down Stanchions on the starboard side Island to officers'of the'Society.Joni .
only i point from whence we tbeir'arms. cut.the'mast8 ;'eee what the Indians had done. To

might expect important news-we ,v ere :And thus was the Fort of,Goliad taken, then righted otfwith found a small hatchet, she their surprisethey found all safe and their' PAREmti'Preeiderit of the SocutFARgyt ,
two feet '
I astonished by receiving information of the a fort, 'which with the garrison of three hold water in the encampment u had AXJMACRAI, Corresponding
they left
j capture' of the fort and town of Goliad,(La\ hundred'' ,and My 'Pat triots. in thee.war'of clearing-some the engaged wreck.at the' pump. and others i the six men, detaining it. The leaderof EDWARD CHAHDIIZR: ;Recording Seri
.Bahia of with him
) by a party -colonist8. These 18I-M3 withstood OJ, siege of'an : sent
army of three'with RJJHARD'C. PARISH
were volunteers, from the ,transcendantly more than"'two thousand Spanish '' Lost our; bowsprit and every spar on the boat down on.Friday to Rolles ,Treasurer.,,
"'fertile troops, board,except'ol.pnre town for the TJie i Edito i ? of the,. Floridian promi '
banks of the ,Canoy and from the and forced them to retire-discomfitted. foreyard and a square- remainder of the..men'to. return
I town of Matagorda, a place destined to become ,At the capture of the fort three Mexican sail :boom, a'wnali spar or: tWO.t All the to the Island in order to, go on their give: us the' Constitution in his HOWe

an important city. soldiers! were 'kUlcd ,and seven wounded, sails We save was square-sail'gaft-topsail work Several! returned on wish ,' are glad:to.bee such, hi di ics one of

I *;Before tbl..party entered"tho field, most and onooolonel, one captain one lieuten and flying-jilMxceptthe; ; old sails that were SUDdaTthe m n v_n..nn*._....._.Saturday.VK__ .On,_ .! rienltural.pint manifestedUFforfby .,
;of the volunteers were at Gonzalcs andffeanng ant, with twenty-one' petty officers and below-we 'use jl sails to cover the holes'in lel nd=-th ,saw T n--- .uuug over tne such.gentlemen. The ,resources off
that the harvest of honors would privates were made -prisoners- decks. In'" ab +ut four hours;freed her- no Indians
others :
of soil olJorida
r4)fl' reaped before they could arrive there-- the garrison'escaped! in the dark and fled. found bet' bo om tight.-;. We lay in this them, About sundown.as all were assemble-' have: not, yet been develop

,. 'thuy struck off from La Baca, with.the darin In ,the fort were ,found ''two pieces of situation for- days, exposed to the iner- ed at the encampment, the cook by We trust' the time is not far distant, vl

determination taking Goliad by sur brass cannon, 500 muskets 'and carbines cy of the ',wa 8 ; then it nioderated-got cident ww,just back of the ,merq ac the land of East, u :well as Middle Flaswill

prise. GOO spears with ammunition and provisions up jury. mast, d set apiece of the equ are- Inkian 'akUlkiDg'in the boahes.encampment. cik be more highly valued, and their i
,'Collad is situated oh the southwest side : sail. On the NoV. spoke ,a Dutch brig The duly appreciated.A .
in t ,
1 of the_San Antonio river, thirty leagues below ''One'of the colonists__:n_ wnnwnim.,- .. ----1.1...__ ;.n .k. from Matanziktvt' for- Tl-T lo.lo-"* *. a..nnlia.t-- '|*.....'... nwith M.... hastening reported what he had seen. He'was
"' liexarandit is fifteen leagues from shoulder. .u'" some auall "spars, rigging,one cask hardly credited yet for certain safety the
the CoL waterman,axe, Stc. We then men, sixteen In number corfbh! mad'for the Hon. J. M. mi'
'Copono; landing place of Aransas bay, Milam assisted In the capture of the got up another ,,concluded to put ev ) .
'and.about same distance from the La fort; and then be spoke: q assisted Mexico jury mast, i id set all, the sail we could err thing on board their two boats and of this,Territory,'y as: *few days sinc sib'

j Baca'end of Matagorda bay. The fort 'is to IgaiD her independence, I ,have spent for St.'August ae-it being the nearest port abandon the.' Island. They did again: ited in Wall streetfrew York, and built

,built: upon the point of avery Keep andhigh'hill m F'l a?' twenty years'of my life, I have and on the coast, i cording to our calculation, their way, they were under the ,.o, hilt ,on live-ak of this Territory. The other m&

formed 'of with a,deep ra. endured heat and cold, hunger and thirst wind fron .the Eastward. Wo were the necessity of ala,were also
ckl passing northern of home production-
iTine low I drifted as far uth'W point of the Island I ,
upon one side and prairie upon have oom'10000s and suffered prosecutions lat. 28, 26, to the -- near- ,
"the'opposite-while a broad elevated prai- 1 have been a tenant of every prison South of the Stream'; we have had the shore. This point on which I. Mr.

-lie extends towards tho southwest. between this and Mexko-but the events weather mode ate since the'gale On the Klnc'l y'- plantation, the small boat con; PJWlTl!(? IIf THE S-1HDWICH IaUta

-'a'Tbe walls of the fort, are of stone and I of this night have compensated me for all 5th made the and; about 10 miles to the twining six men with the six It appears ,by the Report of the ?' ";:

I : .lime, and bear in places the marks of the my losses and aU my sufferings.1* South of St.J fan's Light 1I0u e-atood in molested ,but that larger boatfcontSg un- ries, that the number of published *?
." '
:J\ storms of an hundred winters. but are still The colonists to 7 fathoms rater} and anchored,, wind men unarmed, when ten issued from the presses at the Sand"Islands
I.taf' against jjan were commanded,by Ceo. light, and a he well opposite was fired at by
proof any thing leas the bat M. Collinsworth-but it "T I setting on shore. a 1. in the native language, during
,:r., ( fterinta of heavy artillery., to findJn the would be difficult Yesterday the wind up from a E.; ',the party of/it supposed, aix Indian From lost year was 889,800 containing Vtfgf

I W-A'lonar-forced ''march ,brought, the van. for the command.company a man not qualified weighed ancho and steer for this port- confusion among the men, one or' two pages. The labor in the printing office8

r -guard of the colonists to the San Antonio |I .Goliad is of about sunset go : a pilot on board ; anchor. falling aver board, the boat wu w long'de- mostly executed by the natives, who
I driver fording below vastly more importance in a off the bar to-d l in layed within their Jfi' .
\ \ the'town at 11 o'clock military point of y ; came over the bar- reach, that the extremely fopd of the employment.
i'v. ... ::, on the night of the OtU mat.' Here they latter is ins view than Bexar, as the 16 days from' Charleston. We now lay, a shore re-loading party on 'serving a specified apprenticeship,UJ 1
.. valley the ran them .
., upon' banks of tho mile above the a second di. cave &&
Light the
t #1Jt' Uouse,ia the river, a ehuce After the second usual wages,,which paU \
:i jt .. ; i. .' dii:hUgo the in. regularly every week. -. ; ,

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and y)'II'oOtkl'1, (For the Courier.; ] 'MARINE JOURNAL. .' : .NOTICE. ,A \ LIST OP, LETTERS,1 .IREMAtNIN '' MAIl4ARRANGE3IHNTS: ....' ,. ,

Editor.-Ir there!Is any truth in' the TilE Co-pirtnership I heretofore existing In the Post Office at Jack- i ON ROUTE. NO. 247L, t
ieit Mr the name'of L. CCRRIT.R &Co.has County,'on" the 30th VIA r '
Metempsychosis PABLO. a
then'verily'aon PORT '
OF ;
of .
urine JACESOIyVILLE..nECEMBER: 17. been dissolved the death of ELIJAH
his Sancho Panza be by WILLIAMS Sept,183.-&rid.ir: not taken'out In,three '
7 Roe Quixote and must : All persons having denands againstthe months they will be sent to the General Post Leave St Marys every Wednesday at 2 P.M.
ongst us. The theory too of Mr. Muddle, ARRIVED: *..} said firm, are "requested.,td present the Office aa, Dead ,Letters. Arrive' at' Pablo every Thursday, by 7 P. M. i +

61 he carpenter,nicknamed Philosopher Chips, 15th Schr. Saluda, Helm, from St. Au- same and all persons indebted to said firm, B' Thomas T. Moody. Leave PabW every' Friday, at CA/M,: ,1 1'1 q It
t II Peter Simple, i|W entitled! in these mar- make ., Arrive at St.. P.,M.
: gustme., jk to payment to thesubscriber,! who' is Sarah A. Broward ;N day,by,6 1
)ugh Mlous times to'some consideration., The 17th-Steamer Florida: Hubbard, from Sa authorised, to receive the tame. Mary Broward M. E.J'1North., u"ve.St.' Augustine every Monday'at5 A. M. ii r
Jlowing note addressed to Squire Sancho; vannah., p'. L. CURRIER.. John Broward,; Nat. Arrive at Pablo lani day by 6 P. M:''.- '\1I1\ ;
don laving miscarried as we suppose,) was 're-; November 10, 1835. William Blount O Leave Pablo every Tuesday, at 5 A..Ms. .II V

t td ntly picked tap',to. our,public walks. MEDICAL NOTICE. M. Bowroson, Russell.Ormon. / A|ive at St.. Maryi next day by,11 A.. M. 1

byIlan 1 4' It has come to my knowledge, Signor DR. EDWARD ALDRICII DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. &c. Edgar S. Barrows, P VIA JACKSONVILLE... ,; s j. '"t r\"., 1 i
Don Sancho Panza, that certain enemies of A GRADUATE' .'. MEDICAL Subscriber respectfull/informs: the O.'A. L. Boliver,' Neil Mcrhersoni, L ave St Marys.every, Saturday at 2 P. M, ,4,
Island intend one THE
of the of these COLLEGE '
ndII mine and OF Oran Baxter William A "
I that he has just returned from Perry, rive at Jacksonville next'day by 0 P. M." ,
t nights, to assault, it furiously You must SOUTH CAROLINA, New York, with an entire De\1P and full as. Nanoy Bellamy, George Pindarvia. L ave Jacksonville every Monda1IaUA.f. ...' ,

be watchful' and diligent 1 that they may not ,Having chosen a permanent,location at sortment of Dry Goods, hardwire and Cutlery Eliza Bellamy, "It i A rive at St. Augustine same day by C P..M.L4avo .,- I
otft, attack you unprepared. am informed also, Jacksonville Duval County Shoes and Hats, Groceriei' and Provisions Arthur Bumey.C Henry Reilly, I St. Augustine every Thursday, at 5 ,,"
the that four in '
ft, by trusty. spies, ; men disguiseare Drugs and Medicine*l. Crockery and Francis Richard ,3ltachel i/V./ M. "i' l
'geddiapp got into the sland to take away your OFFERS HIS SERVICES IN THE PRACTICE OF Glass Ware. And hopes by' $}sattentwn, to .Christe,. .William B. Roes, Arrive at Jacksonville same day by G P.-M. '
'life, because they are in fear of your abili MEDICWE, SURGERY: b OBSTETRICS. merit a share of their patronage'and assures George"Colt. 2 John'Rose, Lave Jacksonville every } at G A. .M.,
; ties. Have your eyes, about you, and ,be KT:: DR. ALDRICH may be found at'Mr. I. them, that his Goods will be sold at a reasonable .D Robert Robinson. Arrive It St Marys next 'rldaYi I r.'M. 1 I
ooe 6e careful whois ,admitted to speak: to you, D. Hart's, and will be ready ,a': all hours to price for Cash, or in barter for country Wm.. S.. Donaldson.. ) 'John or' Jonathan CROSS ROUTE-ViA ST.JOHH'S BLUFF.' -1 "+ .
, Ida and be eat nothing .ent'you, as a pre. E lUlciiford.f : .' ,"
sure attend to calls. i produce. II. Ur tIULIPS. Leave l'abloeyery Friday, at 6 A. M ; t't \
the r sent. I;will take i care t) send you assist Dec. 16, 1833.: 42tf. N. B.-CASH paid for Cottort'Hides Deer Chandler S. Emory B Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 12 M.: ,.e.t ':j j
if are In any want of it. And I F' Edward H. Bams .If.
ance, you ; Skins Tallow beeswax Moss / 3 Leave Jacksonville same day,at IT.M. ,'
imp upon the,whole, I do,not doubt but you will : EAST,' FLORIDA. &CA Col. Fleming, 3 Gdrney Smith, ,,2 Arrive at Pablo same-, day by 7 P.. M.. ,1.11\, \' I 9
' neI. act as is ;expected from your judgment. ,Jacksonville, Nov. 20.I..*' 40tf Charles E, Flinn, Befandina Sanchez. ISAIAH, D. JlA VF.PVM.l ;'. '
' .1 Your friend the Duke. RAIL ROAD D.: Sanchez I
I. Josiah
Dot! Fogg JackeonvilleJuly 31st. 1835. *: JfV : '
; the,16th of) is tilt NEW Goon .,
i de From this place NOTICE hereby given a meeting G' Mioajah Simmons', 1
Dec.,at.4,in, the morning.1! ; JIf Stockholders of the East Florida Subscriber, has Just;received' from D. S. Gatdinett1t.Clf1. Smith,: NOTICE TO .T LA ELLERS. : I'

we are to be.curslwith' Quixote, and .. Rail Road Company,will be held on the first THE York, a full.wpnly'of Fall ,and Josiah Gatea. Carolina. earftir' .__ .....'-'I.'T! ', .-
*angasr,I'lrusf we snail at the some time be Monday. February, 1830, at 3$ O'clock, P. Winter Goods, cpnsistinff on ? II T .
;hip leased with a Cervantes. The f bane 'andJhe M.at No.1, Commercial Wharf, in the' Cityof 120 barrels best Canal Flour, Joshua Hickman, Jane.Ticker; 2 ,..,t( "
ly: bred antidote should always circulate together* ,Boston, to choose, Directors for the year 100 half do" do' do'\ Reubin Hogans, Sarah '". cker.. 'I', f1' ,

Sf we} have any who are ,frighted by black. ensuing,agreeably to the act of incorporation. 75 bbl Pilot Bread, Charlotte Hall, U will4be .regula*conveyance; for, ."
backs, we'' should have some to ridicule and ,SAM'L S. LEWIS* President.. 30 do Irish Potatoes,, Isaiah D.:Hart.' 3 Thomas Underwood..;' THERE, once a wee from St. Mary's ',rOeo.

e'hmhe [expose them ,Our little town' would be.all .. Boston. Nov.. 24, 1835. 42' 20 hhds New England, h"Rim' ,Clerk Super.Court.4 'W .', by Palo to St! A gUI nil ; leave St.: a I
the better for a little quiet. -- 4000 Ibs Bacons; \L \ George Will tom,' 3 Mary's every Wednesday' -ottlock, P.'M, \
Eras ON THE PICTURE.", PUBLIC NOTICE' I 4000 do best Soap. < '. I\ Joseph 'B." Lancaster Andrev Welch, 2 and arrive at Pablo next day.. .

S herebjr given to all that the 10 quintals Cod Fish, .. 1 v, 3 Gabrle Waters, ,Persons, who wish td avoi a a night exposure t
Juid SINGULAR PRESERVATION.=:The'Charleston I Commanding/ Officers persons of the different\ 20 kegs Goshen Butter, 1 John Lawton.' John 1 Williams, <' on the water,will find v >ry'Icomfortable) ; ,;

ni 'Mercury of Friday'! night ,says, ."the Guard Stations, have strict orders to arrest 40 bags best Coffee,. .' M Timotiy'Vigllitman. accommodations,at .Fernandina: ,, at Mr. A; "

thei *hip Washington;''from New,York, arrived and detain under guard, all slaves and free Mesa & Prime PorkMolabesjSugarRice) ; ; William Morgan,' 'X21, ,y Diai'j find can leave, Fernandina the nextmorning'and '
'White Beans Rim. Dnvid'l\tcKeel.. arrive Pablo the same :
Mackerel Holland at
[r.W [atl 1 this port on the, 1st inst.,'and reported colored found in & day.- .s
persons at'large, except 'and American Oin/ Irlsh"Whlekey', Thomas Moody," ,\ ..2ISAIA Henryyoung.i ,They can leave Pablo every'Friday morning ,
John Shultz, seaman, as having fallen the il I service and in withtheir 1
act '
onorgo company D.Ii11tT,1M. o'clock .
Charleston Wines, Porter, Lemon Byrik&c. &.c.. at 4 and arrive at atiAugustine at U, '
'from the rail overboard, off ow art(or overseer. -ALSO-:1: P.M. some day; leave St. Augustine every
d .Bar on the 29th'ult and was drowned. A Perso s are therefore requested to gov- A large assortment of Dy Goods-Boots roil BALE ,Sunday, and arrive at Pablo'Vame day,

tyj,111 letter from Boston, dated the 12th inst, received ern the elves & Shoes, Crockery, Glass,Stone., Hard and VALVABUC, COTTON,PLAITATION, pleaa- ,Passengers wishing to viiiVPt.:Augustine,
t yesterday, by the ,William Gibbons, I JOHN 'WARREN, Hollow wares, &.c. &c; A ,antly situated,and heaUi)". on the St. will be accommodated on reasonable terms.Fare .
jnllj 'informs us that the brig' Token, from this ''I Col.4thRegt.F.'M.Jacksonville : Cotton Bagging; Talrnellope, &c Johns' river,'in Duv'al'count','Florida' four from St.: Mary''e by' Pablo to St. A Up'. ;

"etJ port, had arrived the previous evening,the Dec. 8,1835.iNOTICE. All of which will.bi sold it the lowe t''ra.b miles Wing'' town! of, JacLuon.yule tine'> t5. From 'St. Augustine'1o Pablo $3.

-aiel captain' of which,vessel reported having j prices JL. ,K 1NCKSTON.>> ,.< containing acres, of which one half There is 'a11lC aj.ar" boat which wilJ-r nonce z""
i'picked at sea in a;boat, the 'said John ; ((250 a .planting .and. In a com a'' week{from Pablo to Jacksonville ; and
up I Jack.onvil1.e., Noy.19,18.5.,1tF; : bas will' and arrive at t 'lneet tho mail ;
Schultz. "The' I writer of the letter 'does \ / body anal:Under'fence. 'It a good depart so
ho' to' the, I shall : lake to the next County DwellingIilouse,with,all the ether> necessary boat on ,its return from St.,Mary's"'and the> .
.not give 'any'particulars' as' place ,Coirt of Columbia.county,f which'will NEW, GOODS." buildings requIred on a Plantation. Tho.ewllo' stage as it arrives from St. A u.tine. Fare I? !
1st |
where he,was picked' up, or the, circum- be held on the first ;Monday in April next]) TilE Subsbscnbenhas' jv,t t.received from wish to'purchase, can':all 'on,Josiiit from Pablo to Jacksonville: y$'d. All fare ,-to' ;1", 1 ::
'cceiTl! stances attending, his being l lost from theship for a division of the cattle of ABEL Gr LO- York/and/ Chariston.,pertSchr, ,GATES,' who i., on the' plaoj/and; will, aid be_ ,piid at Pablo, ; C, ;TAYLOR., ; +.: ,,tJ"
eophrd and;we are therefore left, in the darkas 'PER,laW of!raid county deceased ;' all persons George and Mar, a full assortment of them,in an examination of he premile.The ..- (ETThe: Mail boat "will leave'.Pablo' let f St.' t .

to how,he got possession of the boat in having 'claims' against' said cattle ''will ENGLISH. ''D irESTiJVDlA'GOODS,' )" will have,a: VIe\'{of tin present cro'fJ; Mary's'every Tuesday and retuMon'iI'hnrs-1 }
KDt| which he was picked up. lIe; writes, how- render i in their accounts on or before that'time. AJfD GROCERIES, and from Mm,'or tIle subscribe St.'Mary's, day., ,The stage ,Jeavell'sbjoevery.Frlday! : t!

ever, that "John thinks he w3s.rathef unceremoniously JAMES EDWARDS which he offers for aae'e.. :h'lowest' cash Georgia. may"obtain, the terns of sale. for A '" And returns on the. .nccsed J,'I
ichl disposed of by the captainof Dec., 41835.:. 3m42 .,' WHIPPLE.ALDRICH.Jacksonville ding Sunray. \ I
PricestCT / V V.
)me i theVasbingtom'-Times.:[ } 4'' Aug. 17; 4w31 ,
NOTICE. The highest price paid all kinds of '

,'oiJ udl 'EMIGRATION." seems< that .the'tide',of weeks"after date,'I will apply \o 'the produce-such as Cotton, Moss, Aides, Furs, $100' REWARD.; JACKS NVILLEvin SSEE .. '' ; .,
&c. &c. "d i ; LIBBEY., t ,
IliiJ emigration'is pouring,in .lln'iJnusuIlI degreeinto the'Judge'ofthe County Court\ of B1ackCreokt140.19,1 30tt ESCAPED1 from the'Jail Monroe Coun-
Mississippi, .ArkansaS, and parts ol Duval county, forletters administration on | .Di.tricto, ? Florida a'prisoner I' ,'. ,t !
imej this State. Cotton lands of good qualityare the estrte of CHARLES.110 YT, late of said '(Qy: H. Libbeyhavingbee: anpoUted agent i by '.the name of JMIKS: S SIlt,ONDS, e; .ik'i'!. 't l
& he will attendto
: '
deceased. JOSIAH FOGG.o'Dec101 foe the Schr, George Mary, :
*-rl .gverytxheroinrequest,and command county, &.- L :6w42 -0- reoei.iDg or all kind.* of frellu os indlcvmenu who was committed ftuua )to my custody on three .. .. :,.A .'N+PHM"" ", ..... ,p., r
f&nnl i j :: rdufgtlUal1-J urrvt'lI&\11 11rF iblic aroinformed: that aline \
heard 1
We hare of the of
high prices. one from Charleston. EFACTORAGE Costyon the' several charges of,murder. I.T '. ... \
"Ilisu most experienced planters in Adams'county N OTICE.A : : piracy and larceny, and made hia escape by Covered Barouches will run between, '
,. MiM; express an opinion, that fine un- Lit- ,having ,claims against the : fc, COMMISSION means of false keys on the.; night of the 14th and .Jaek onymelto' leave" tills. !

cleared cotton land purchased at $30 per estate persons of the late J011N.FIROJJ'Nde- BUSINESS. ? inst. He is a'native of New Hartford',(Con.) plaoe every Monday.: will. be allowed'" : ,
UTForty pounds, baggage '
cciitl' acre, and otton'comma ding 10 cel1ts'thepound ceased, and all persons indebted to said estate HE' Subscribers' intent ;' establishing 'orr a mariner and liars been for,several year in to each passenger,and for any greater weight,. !
was the best agricultural inveSt- are requested present then claims andmake'payrnentof T the first 'November, 'braAchN'th..eir' command 6f trading and wrecking vessels, one cent per pound will be charged for every, l'l'
ment that could be ,made ; although. ,the : their debts, tCI F. J< JimSON House in Charleston, S. C for/the'/ transact; and at one time commanded the Schr. Lydiaof .ten miles. V ';' -
price of,cotton may ;decline a few cents, ,of St., Marys, ,Geo. or ,J. G. BROWN, of tion'of Factorage and Commission i Business', Philadelphia lie is about thirty, years of 03Fare: throuib'each way, $2;. '." !
has .
and be subject 'to occasional, depressionsand New. Orleans, Executors. under the firm of W. KINO &,CO. to be con age,',five feet five or aix inches hlgn', 1 a JAMES M.IMJacksonyllle ; .. i '
and increasing F. J. JUDSON becutor., their W. and Would down cast aruiltl,1ook, dork sallow complexIon Jan '
ducted ,
advances, still the immense by partner King ,, ;114. 3tf
rnIn demand for the article, the confined Dec 3d, 1835. 41tf respectfully offer their aer Ices in both the but from cone\ 'cotfmement for several\' ,1 V i .. 'I
months had become somewhat pale has a repmarkable".car'on
', '
theirfriends .
cities of Charlesten'and' Sjmnnah, to ,
space of the globe in, staple NOTICE. I' ; "'' hia bead and. .ome'scar, ,' .. 1
can be raised, make the cultivation of "+ :,1 and the .public." I'' & W,.KING.: about his face. lIe ia Well known in New, JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.
cotton as one of the most lucrative productsof SIX Weeks from date,I 1yt the '' '.. ,, York"whero'bIswife's: connexiona reside'. :. i '
Dual Savannah Oct.-5 2w39: !
1835. /
'otIh the soil..-{[New Orleans Union. for letters of Administration the Judge ,of on tie Estate County of, ,. j I I 1 will < United States the
in Jail or
ed any i lathe ,,
CHARLES, //OFT, deceased., NEW ,TORE. reward reasonable"' if t '
1 A SQUIRREL lIuNT..A;; 'fine sporting .lLIe with all 'expenses : n I
1 ..
, match 'was decided at Russell't1r in South : ,L., CARRIER.6w41 THE Subscriber has Just received a com; delivered'to me at Key West. 'TII B blCriber"UIf11'.r..$.Barouche,
Jacksonville Dec. 3. I
P Deerfield. There about thirty on aside f assortment of"ul& and Wen THOMAS EASTIN, U. S. Marshal.I good,Horses from Jacksonville to
'TiVt : India Good* and.Groceries,wll\.h are offered I ''Key West, July 25, 1635. St. Augustine, once a' week ; to leave this \ -
and Vvbate-
principally from'Deerfield ..NOTICE. the tSt.
for sale at lowest prioesr t
'' .. 1. I .. f ., place every Monday morning, and arrive in, .
ly about time allowed ,for JI\LEVY: '
two .
; day's pro- of all '
subscribers having'disPosed "' .R.J. GREGORY, Augustine on the evening of the same day.
I /
.curing the, game. Seventeen hundred THE stock 'of goods to Mr. WILLIAM Picolata,Nq!. 10,,, j j. ,, 30tt : Attorney and, ',CounteUor at LAW,,: Returning-will leave tit.: Augustine; ,

heads of all kinds, sorts and sizes, but principally RIDER, and having taken the stare lately occupied I *' f* f i i ** Wednesday morning; and arrive,at J this place \ I.
counted at the recommend ,PICOLATA; ;HOUSE. opened an office in Jacksonville, for 1
of squirrels,' were by them, they cheerfully" HAS on the evening of the came day. ;
time of meeting; about nine hundred''of their customers to patronize him. .The. undersigned;;espectftjlly announces 1 practice, of the Laws in the several' DT Forty' pounds< which, probably, were'shot for the 'occasion. ...l\Ir.'Rider is fully authori.et to settle all to the Public, that ,b, in.tends C6urta of Duval and of the adjoining connHe each panengetandior any greater weight, ,
., One of the parties resorted to a coup our Book accounts contracted, in 'our store 'opening;early'in October, the} ****. one cent per,pound will be charged for every ,;
domain, allowable by the immemorial custom business. Those indebted to 'us either by Hotel known aa PICOLATA llovi:. The build I1 [ pjedgea' himself, that all businesa1 entrusted ten'miles: !, '* "

c 1 of squirrel hunts, by which they succeeded note or book account' are requested to call'at ing having been. greatly Enlarged, will coin,- to ma care, shall receive prompt 'and CT Fare each way>$3.f&f; \ : 4ILII.iRIl1LII'
in ofgame' bts store and pay the same without delay, 'or fbrtably accommodate a numerous company diligent,attention.- I n :.,. ,
abstracting' a large 'quantity suits will be commenced. the Rooms 'will be well :furnished and the ,Jacksonville I Jufy 15, 1835. 29tf Jackaonville'Ti, eb. 2. 1 Gtf.\ '. p "
shot stored :
previously and up by & RIDER. ;
BLANCHARD Table richly supplied. with:the beat.fare the ,
their adversaries, and thus secured the,victory Jacksonville, Sept.,17th, 1835. 35tf Country affords. STORE TO LET. OOOO'' LIU OF I1LACSMOSS; ; "

for. themselves.-[Greenfield Mercury. \ Ficolata is situated on the St.John* river, mIlE STORE at MrixnAats recently .. WANTED, t" tl '. 'i
eld SCHOOTOR NOTICE. forty miles above Jacksonville, and eighteen I. J,, occupied by I 4. A. CoEsq Subscriber will purchase the above 1'1
COMET.-There remains no BLAXCHARD fy milea Welt of St.. Augustine; with a stage nail / will'' be ranted on fair TJ4F of Black foil delivered in1 I
elf doubt but that this schooner,with six hands HAVING '.purchased stock lof Goods in this place, communication, ,of three terms, It is a good stand /or"business, and Savannah previous to lit October> ,in largeor I
and one.passenger, l bad been lost. The / the.store occupied by lours.,-The climate is remarkably mild and posre'ssion can be immediately; small quantities. 2 .; ,
names of the persona lost are Robert Ilag- md talon calculate to recently the stock with balmy, and being, exempt from the humidItyof ,Apply to C, REAP., net/ the premfas.NOTICE. ; J..W. MOIUtELL..
them I reolepsh
gerty, aged about 22..f John Herrin of this inch ,articles as be wanted to have a the sea atmosphere, has proved highly pfau4arinAugust, pi,, JeJ.: : 29tf Savannah, June 17. 'tt4wv27' "k' '
city, about 35 years'old; Phillip Desilvy, good assortment for may this market. beneficial to invalids lat ring under "pulmonary I I. I

aged '45, Portuguese ; Joseph' Jk>daireaFrenchman CrPurcbasers will fin$; it for their. interest affection..,, NOTICE .
0 from near Detroit, 24 ; John to call u above. > A Steamboat running held!between this I WILL hold'a MagiatraUa Court 'at the I ALJ4 persons-having demand.quact the .
Decker from Albany, where his friends CFPay on delivery of ie goods.WULIAM place and Savannah, wrllafford every desirable Court-house in Jacksonville, on the Second of Mrs. ClEMJUtTlXE GAU'
: '
,reside, ,aged about 21; and Truman Chit- RIDER. facility for communication between the Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock,A. TIER, dec.will present'them property attested

1 ,tenden, of London, BI.. T. aged 19., Jacksonville, Sept. 8, 1835. 35tf two places t I' M.: In my absence, any busineaa left with attended and all person indebted to said Estates
O.; M. Dorman EM.. will be punctually will[ make immediate payment io .
With these the .
r undersigned
[BufI'alopour.NEW advantage STREETER .
to. S. W., B. ROSS i
NOTI E. hopes by his, 1'pel'8Ol1&l.attention, Joaticti of the Peace : 2fJtt I
to render, entire to all. who Jacksonville 1u112518:13., .
demands against the satisfaction may 25
COUNTERFEIT.--The 'Albany Arfiis persons June 17. e
ALL of MARDI BKlRK"deeeued, favor him with. _their,.. .petnnige. I
the public counterfeit .
agaihst attested 'OliN r. 'L VY. FOR SALE.i..f!
s '$10,uotfson the Commercial Bank of that are requested to present em dUly the PicolataE.F.'Sepilh. 8 w33 PROCLAMATION, Copper,Stillsnearly pew; one con* I

city. It i is stated that the general appearance to the undersigned next and on alj oi before indebted lit day to I Dy George K. Walker, Secretary, and ;JJetafQtttmor TWO two hundred' gallons,'with t ,
is calculated deceive laic" the of February persons of flffridttfWIEREAS heater of the sane ,capacity( thefotbetoon f 4.1
l that '' .
make immediate ,NoTU E.,
said Estate are requested Election held on the z
an waj which will' disposed
paper l is of an inferior quality and the signatures Jalning fifty gallons { b
payment. CURE'S OrricK rDuvAt Coorrr the "
t \ in bray, l835for to tie parebaser., +
of at terms advantageous
x decidedly, bad., .The one detected JAMES HOBKIRK, 1WJ tx," Jacksonville,.Awf ust 3d, 1835. > election of's Delegate to'the next tsongreuof Fori\irth partlel art'lnqw. of O;Bow r
MI circulation is dated Nov. 1, lsllt: letter LLIAM J:MILLS. $ persona'having' any deeds or other the United State, for the Territory( ..no.II1': Whlt aviU.'e>r at this office.. ,

A. and payable to A. Keyser or bearer. Jacksonville, Oct. 1, 133. 38tf' ALL ofwrjing to he recorded, Florida} and wbereaaataaid election, JouruM. Jacksonville May flj |Ptf"tf<
will please leave the money I( recording the WHiTe received a greater number of
When a crack is ,discovered in a stove, FOR CIIA ntESTo'N.A' same also-otherwise the deeds or other Instruments votes than any other individual], aa appears of all deseriptloas Footed-at

r through which the fire or smoke penetrates, THE finepatket Schr. GEORGE will not be'p'lowd upon record until by the returns legally made to me i BLANKS ., at short notice. / '!

the aperture may be completely closed in If MARY, C WILUT, Muter, nowis the fees ia paid. Now, therefore, in, pursuance of law, I do ID-Also, Job Work in a: handsome style,
, .* moment with a composition consisting of first rate order lot sea--WIU run Persona having p&peri of any kind already hereby proclaim the said Joseph )t. White, Jen reasonable terms ,
an ,
f.Jf wood-ashes and common salt, made into her regular tripe' from this port to Charleston recorded, will please call and p&ylor them, duly elected the Delegate from this Territoryto e' Justice Blinks-Deeds--Bills? i ef La:-j *
Paste with a little water over the and will sail about the, 10th inst. u the work ia done, and I want my per the next Congress of the United Statea. '
plastered on or Given'under' ,hand this '' 'ol dinj-M nlfeiU, to. coiuUotly (ot'al\ ,
L. I8AUH D. HART Clerk. ray .
craek. The good effect is certain freight or apply to. Currier, : WALTCEu. '
equally For
Jacksonville A.D. 1835. G.K. this Office >i ',J' ,f.v't
,29tt August,
rather,the wore, &c. be'cold or hot. l&CbonWlt-or: JI.Libbel,WhiUmllo. Aug., -, -r-.

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...... J ", l I.' 41 -; > ,<< 1' f ST'EA' BOAT ,. "..rt"'PAifll', ; : 'r1.11 -. "'--Tf FIIE"PUBLIC:
vBITAnr.uSOl'l FOR vcMJstN! MACON j : ;? .
IISOE L'i'AN'EOUS., A : arculapag library CODIPAIKY'. .. '\ }f)ORIDA. TilE,SUBsCtUDE.Jt, :hating
'' NOBODT.- lady went to : Southern,,g,H,tnuraitst( Purch,,
in this,city to borrow books,'but objected Editor and proprietor Mr.; John D torn. iG!to

Dt8iGl't) m,, Doos..-A friend of mine, I to' leaving the pledge required for solicits! the support of the'friends of Le '
; Agn
I tune/and of the interests
while shooting wildfowl'whh" his brother, I their safe,return._ ."Do you always take a throughout the' Southern connected States, "'ilb>

; Was 'attended, 'by a sagacious Newrou'nI: pledge saidshe.? "Invariably," said the THE above/company/ take this method of CAPt. I1UBBARIT71LL >, published this work for,1\Ir'-. Leo are He

land''dog., ,In getting'hear some reeds by librarian. Vhatl 1 of acquaintance as well purchased twb g Steamboats the public,that the MACON they have "\W run once a week from at Darien Savannah St. thus commencement, in the year ]8'28 and froll b!.b
to PicolaU, touching practically acquainted with the
the river they threw down their bats and the mad- and EXCEJ which boats to .. modA
as strangersr "Equally ; same, are run regularly Mary's,'and Jacksonville. which it should be conducted. Its
crept to the side of the water, where thevfired. am." ."Seems to" me that's very odd. betwee Darien and Macon, leaving ". ,R. &, W.KING, tion will be continued on the same pubU
Darien once < very week,with two tow boats at Savannah. in the same tennaan..
; ., They: soon afterward sent the F "It maybe very odd, ma'am, but it's very The 6 ambo 11 will draw only 26 inches of Agents improvements as his heretofore with ,,

forthe, hats. ,One ,ofthem, was ;) dos s,r safe." "Ob, how illiberal "I'msorry water with > good, engines m each. The Freight, payable must be by cleared shippers.at,the- All Custom slavepassengers As the subscriber is experience solicitous may to lUg

than the other. After several attempts to company haT< been at great expense to place Journal the vehicle mab
you think .so ; but the truth is, we don'ttrUst House. ,. forclissemminatingllttQI
this line of
et imboatsm the 'Ocmulge'and '
bring them}both together'' in ibis ,moutl t strangers because we, ,don't know Altamaha and iven,would respectfully solicit Conveyances for St. ''Augustine,' in readiness i hshed information systems, not of husbandry with'regard' but to e1ay! .

the dog at length placed the smaller '.11.tqe them, and"-' ""Because you don't .know the patronage of the public. This line will at Picolata. mental efforts in Agriculture, also uptri-

r: l larger one; pressed it down with his I Toot, them 'Very good'and; what's the reason be a great fat lit/ for merchants who wish to July 1,1835.; ture, he invites free and unrestricted\S\ $)i
their the of Savannah
ship go ds by way or nicationfrom all 5n7Vpursuits.
( and thus brought them together. T s you don't trust your acquaintance ?" Because Darien, to Ifawkinsville and Macon ,orin: SUNDAr' MORNING. NEWS. Let ho persons'occupied one Imagine IS.

fact need not bo doubted. These individuals we d6! ."-[Pf. Y. Transcript:, shipping Cqton to Savannah. Arrangements ) THE SundajNornbg News has now been facts or isolated] experiment are that too add
have both at different'times assured have Men made to forward cotton or the public for upwards of thre be communicated. All 'systematic triialm ledge
goods without'detention between Savannah, months, and if any criterion can be drawn is but the aggregate of ,; dele
THAT'S True O'DAT-A! certain humble
", me bf its truth. THI: : and, Darien. from the'nu ber of its patrons and subscribers latex and cience ,In patron rm

A gentleman of my act aintanC8 witnessed old woman had for many years.an old. No exertion pr' expense will be spared to it has m< t with a nattering acceptance, brought to }Perfection, every, deparbnen II :
the following occurrences., lie was fashioned sun-dial on one side of her house, give the great let despatch to goods or cotton and the. priric pies it has been guided< mind
shipped by) thij line. its manag m snt,' have been approved and by the 'contribution of ,,but ess.Ve
) the side of hill which at 1 last got_so pelted with stones by I particular bJ .
shooting one.day By a at- Agents for above boats t sanctioned. \s a consequence of its Increased I indrvrdualeaand'generally after n!f r,

;tended bye keeper,'shot at-anlwoundedhare ( some mischievous. boys,that she was forced BALDWIN' ;;& CO. Savannah.J. circulation ,advertising friends have many years,'he is desirous, therefore the;Jap8e t tohar,

a which ran 'through:ono,of several I to tak "It a1o t to prevent it.; She' caused GoDDAJlD & Co. Macon.- now come be foward considered in large fairly number afloat t,and and,rising M it may on and M many from fact the to record, as can be fl1tu\Qtd

,holes made in the bottom of a stone wall it, to be placed the cellar,and when she MITCH'& COLLISSJ; Darien. the tide of public favor,it affords,an admirable his,experimental planter labors who' is systematic i''

,J. E. it B. DELING. .Charleston. vehicle for the dissemination of such intelligence an account of hit .
The keeper scat & favorite old _retrieverafter wished to ascytain the time o'day, she failures newell a his succesoful efforts
t : .Dec. 1834. j+ :1' as those eieaged in buainert wishto be acceptable. If the JAlltA.. .. ._ t tin,< +
took t candle Hrecorded
the ind thither. One / .
the hare The dog jumped over a went day, communicate to their correspondents and < that they' -be- ;; nvlllljr Ql (]| 1s.t.
r t wall, caught the bare and returned with.itin after many i [litless attempts ,to get :the .CABINET, Fl' RNITUIlEIPARE' cu tomel'l.Ii should be noted in mar order to imitated be shunned., iw>
i ; hid mouth to the wall, but after several hour, ,she 'c' [e' up, in a great rage, and UOU3E. The number of papers supplied to casual The subscriber hopes that this appeal to U .
: II. COKE No..100 Broadway! enquirers, in addition to the regular subscribers fellow citizens .
of the South a.
t attempttrwas unable to j jump back'again said, "I t'iJ toe bad;declare fort ; them JAMES York, of en for i sale every kind ane on Sundays, is very peat, and, is con vain. It would be a reproach, will to not be ii .
> with, his ,additional load. Giving up his pesky boys ho e ruined my'dial, and, I've quality of Sofa Sideboards-Seretnriee-- stantly increasing; tehich'isanotilerroofopopular f to,meet !the fate of the Southern Review our Fhnten

I ., ineffectual efforts,the dog, was seen. to pusthe b sot i iL and 'so it, a dozen times, and, it's Book Cases-Ti lies' of' all ,descriptions- approbation/and a sign ofthe' attract the last it may be justly said, that it wen ant W
Chain of evert I quality-High, post and live character of its general and mUcellane- fared to fall when/it 1s.a
i ,, hare, with- his. H nose, as .far..as" be couldthrough never right, t 'er' all ; I shouldn't know: French Bedsteadi Jof Mahogany Maple-'I ors contents.. us a well merited, fame Was as not a only rearing fa

t one of the holes at the bottom of when 'twas'nJ, it, if 1 didn't see the cows Hair and Moss ttrasses-Feather' Beds- Under these favorable circumstances the but it'was also vindicating the literary Southern people hii-,
f l home." Looking' Glasse -Carpeta-and a,, full as- Sunday Morning Neva will proceed with redoubled its from the unjust
the wall ,, lie then I it'draggedthe aspersions'.which
leaped over go : hart
of confidence and in
eortment everjjjth"unnecessary to furnish energy,' laboring been ,so liberally.bestowed
hare through, the .bole',00 ,the! other AItECDOTEscb0ol-master while correcting a house. togratify; the curiosity, and taste ofthe public section of country, The upon Southern.us out ofonr

aide;and. brought it to hU,master. From : April 7. ,,3wl5 in all the various,.stems( of, intelligence culturalist' in some measure Agri at'Hi
rcl for Ian supplies the
an: n using improper which form the staple of a weekly oumal.-
place of the Southern
the high! spot where the parties stood'thewere ? y told fainto i end of SUGAR MILt The man of business will ,be to find Review, ,so far at R.
? guage,, go to: the other'' ,, FOR SALE. ; sue gards the circumstances 'last alluded
able to witness the whole ot the dog', the room and,neak to one of the scholars, AGREAT BARGAIN.i"i offered, in the therein the most recent'and correct information se rves-as a Register, not'only of methods to. If' beAi

proceedings which ,certainly appear'to : Nrfwqamet: Sugar Mill from West upon the state be the foreign aid domestic Husbandry, but also of facts
( ,
and that he be ; : relating to out
gram; atically, or, should markets, the current of buamesi, the arrival of ;
Point of'Centre system The
Foundry f Roller Slavery.,
; \ of the deti-
have subjects
caused some
by faculty beyondmere of ,
r punished On going he> thus addressed two feet two and half i chestnut two outer mercande and every thing connected mine, the treatment,; the,,chuacte ',.o out ndAi

instinct, himself to the cholar::="Thomas, there 'ones, one foot te( and one-fourth' ,indicants with meet,with faithful affairs; the politician will Slaves, are fairly suited to its pagn,'ad
("" "MVMSMVaaMMBBBHmmSMMBMMBH Ma M***!* with Iron '' also a abstract of tie .moveme'nb constitute
; cogs, ns, as a set of topics as:interesting and important
s DiiEA.cn, or PROMISE.::-Mchitable Gger.Waltcr is a common,s >staative,,of the, mascuiioegender Kettles from the oted Foqndry in Scotland j here parties,with legislative proceedings as any which can'engage either our own it- 16Ai
This l third non,, singular''' number,' known by name the Carnn Foundry, warranted together, with details of the political tension'or the attention of those abroad'wto
Farwell., -: case was and proof, s malleable Iron.. ca- operations on i the continent of Europe,-, and feel a legitimate interest in IndF
mood sits pei'cbecrol an eminence i- our concern1. '
recently tried in Boston,'and the breach,in angry w a : pacity of thegtllons gra d Kettle''three hundred every other quarter of the globe,: the lover of The subscriber begs' leave; in,conclusion

Miss\ Mebitable's heart'repaired' by'a ver- at the 'ct er,end ,of the.room: ,, and( and proportioned, ,Of graduated to varied and of diversified: reading will find the to remark; that if he had not undertaken to, RviAi I

4Iictof 806.$ wishes to artier ate,a few, sentences to you sIXty gallons, bei rig four to the 'let; all of means gratifying osarble'while his appetite as copiously continue publication of this Periodical,it, ,
It f : The plaintiff was J29 supplied as ; the admirers of
,years which, with' pool era, Vats, and a' Cistern to most probably, would have been either-
of age,'and the defendant 22. The promise in the pressor t n8e. contain thirty ,b,< sheads of Syrup, will be literature will be sure to discover something moved from our city, Or been .sugpendtii. ir i:

of : disposed ,of,if aptwentyfive ied for',shortly, for at least. to suit their tastes, in the choicest extracts Whether it will be in his power to continue it, Aiw
: from
a.riiage'was' proved, NATURAL; :CmTicisMr-I ..always listen per c jnt below cost. native and foreign periodicals, and;, in will depend not only on the. Pecuniary lot

both by'love letters aud by oral t tcstimona y with ple.BSUretbo' remarks, ;made, by A' line'' directe to E. B._COX, on" Sidon the contributions' of popular and.'approved the Literary Contributions of Southern Tit ,

The epithets are as warm as heart could ,country people on the '''habits'of' nimal : I,Plantation/ McI osh County,'Georgia, (as be writers.that,;The of tone preserved throughout;'will ,. ters. lIe confidently now leaves this matter A
i scrupulous
Manager,/will attended to. morality, so that the in their hands '
desire, or' J language express., Thef are A countryman was h wn'a' Osborot gh's March /2. .' 4wll. most' fastidious shall have nothing to object there is wanting, feeling on the a'full of assurance Planten that owR

i'' mostly'written.in' : pmitu;.but five nN'.A tha .*U1...4..I p:.... 1 4'.tW pipi. "T., be .. to on' this score-and the wish, of t&V proprie neither the liberality nor part m.Dtal.n our n.,
f tor, as it hat been'and will
lover's feelings'! :seem to have! been, too ardent sure wild he be like OTICE. continue to be his I cessary to sustain the Southern Agriculturist n3Fi
deadly pigs j duty as Well)] as his desire, shall be"to' unite
for,plain and they burst forth An'ttct pus+d by the Legislative Cpun- in its colum in A; E. MILLER, Publisher.
prose but there is one. au t-nobody, eves saw BY a well'arranged and digested ,Charleston S.C., Fie
of this!Temtort,:at Its last session order all thit sound Dec., 1834. FiT
In' the. ,following, strain :' three pigs 'feeding together, but, what, one and approved br ::the '.Governor, Feb. 14th, ture.amusiig, in'srt'inatraictive' and elegant"in the liters. Persons desirous of)subscribing can apply

i .If I will send you a short verse ormY'own, of'em had.his foot i hi the,trough" 1835 the Sibscnbers were,appointed Com. cent and ne A:cBaory for a correct, appreciationofpaesing scien to W. \V1LLIAMS' Savannah, or at thIS (
which I think'will correspond with my own I missiohers to open Books ,and'receive sub e' a tit a. 8THE nd
1 .feelfn;i. [Jesse's, Gleanings, Bcrlption for Uie tock of. a Dank to be loca ,The krity
<" Go gentle .igh.t ease, my breast,. 1 ted In this, T wi, to be, called TIlE BANK will be popu the i lest now enjoyed by this journal, BOSTON PEARL AND LITER ale
Ana M's bosom An IRISH BDLL. |A Hibernian 'OF guarantee for a careful adherence ,
" on ; genuine JACKSONVILLE. to the[ 'GAZETTE.=;Volume Fourth.
+ < f' Go gentle 'sigh my heart now swelling snits '",Dy.the! r>wer ,'as I hope: General In pursuaocp !(of which, the Subscribers the pati onage.meansby hitherto which extended it was acquired'and towards; Published" 'every week'; by \\
Ain her bosom. take dwelling.. notice that the Books ISAAC C. PRAY 'Jua.a .
thy hereby give for Subscription it the mott\ ,
Yet, after tall this, flourish:' of affection; Jackson 11 be,,,present, as I hope ..Adamswon't. for the'stock in',said Bank, will be flattering in the encouragement' to'perseveranm The work will ,published weekly,each HeBi
\ the 'tender swain of 03 deserted the ."' Why, my|; good fellow, do you opened in this Tpwn, atthe, Counting-Roo m New Yort, Auguat16. course; number containing eight large quarto Igrt

I ; tough say so' ,?" '" Oh,, faith,'an be( ', just, such, a" of Messrs. BI chard & Rider, corner ot _.. pequal-to'sixty duodecimo pages-of mW: l [hend
virgin of.29, and married widow still ? Bay and Libert streets, at 10 o'elook'A. Mon ,ORE T NATIONAL, WORBL and enginal matter;:printed on sup" U
tougher, with a.whole, family of childreIt wild fighting Irishman as myself.-Ocb, the fourth d T of May next. riot white paper, :with,perfectly new type. A
:honey :' ;wild if W. MILLS, AMER CAN: : DIAGA'ZINEOf : handsome title and index vDlbe
all round my you rriay.look' J you like; page correct.
Is alto and Me-
.gh case $ Mss| WILLIAM RIDER. useful anl furnished and the tlrf i T
but he's'ah' Irishman he ?: EiUatainiig'IEnoroledye,to hit work at the end of
hitablo wilt find It still before ; was .only, too I "TEPIIEN' 'lustratu rear"will
I tougher be .' EDDY, ( by numerous Engravings. ; form an excellently printed volume o
years in this country when he teal'lorn." I SAIAII D.; HART. BY TIlE 'Of four.hundred and sixteen to
, coljecu'! her, $800,as the'defendant happens i : : .-_, '> 4'GOSLINGS. ""' Commissioners JMSTOX BEWICK.COMPANY. j three thousand duodecimo pages, equal 0

not to be worth any thing.-N.[ Y.'Tran., .-""Halloo, mister !" cried a Jacksonville,, !F. April 2d,1835. THE' sucdess. of the which best has attended the pub, The 'Volume will. contain''twenty-six pages. pint indA
Magazines from the of music for'th'. Piano' Forte' &c. to
:: passenger 'in stage coach; to"a rough- English Presk, has led
,,' .DXLIQUTS or MARRIED MAR'S Liri.;- TREAS RER'f NOTICE. to preparations, for issuing one hundred of common sheet music, Which
Behold him! all the'' while ho is, busied l looking foot passenger, "Can you tell! roe 1 to the a periodical more particularly adaptedw"t8.H. could ,not be, purchased separately for 1 ItII ion
of the American
what has become of those THE StjftERrs OFFICE I ,fte pub than five dollars I and the is determined
I about his ,daily occupation, 'his. thoughtsare goslings; which tic. While li be the ; publisher Be
Tallahassee, March 8th, 1835.BY .- j object of the t>ro : to procure the simple rather than tin
were last year on the of that pnetorstqinake the
top strictly'what
towards the' time for its i and
wandering sed difficult. MeOi
'going 21st November 'it complex
an J 1829 I
act } ;, ; UUejndicatesiU.will; nevertheless
$ home in the evening, after the toils and rock ?r "Four of them ,are dead, sir," provided i that all Bond. executed by all articles of,interest, to its contain 'Although the publisher places no den

fatigue of the day. lie knows that on his returned Jonathan, ",and the other, I per Auctioneers;shall be forwarded by the;Judge appear in forelg1tltlarzin.patrons, which dance whatever' in the support of thins alt 0 fhf
r ceive is of pie'County Court to the Treasurer of the Extensive rary paper; from its engravings yet there A:
in the
; ; he shall find affectionate face a passenger : 'stage'co ch. f preparations have been entered be r
tI return e to Territory of Florida; and thatall Auctioneers into, both with Artists and presented occ'asbnalIy'platea; from cop
r welcome him ; a warm ,snug room; a The gentleman was,used up the worst kind. shall quarterly in each year commencing on msb, from all! parts of the, Union Authors,, to fur- and wood of beautiful workmanship,an lint FhcTc hT
'' theist of January, transmit to the Treasurer and illustraUons of drawings wn. Already have, appeared a beautifully
bright fire;f; a clean hearth ; the tea things A TAILOR'S REPARTEE.-A person being under oath, taken before Tome Judge, a copy which the publishers very subject of interest, engraved portrait of James Fenimore Coo r,

j; 1aId.5 the sofa wheeled round on the rug ;iI seated at table between ,two tradesmen of all sale effected by him, with, the amount enable them to issue a confidantly,work honorable believe- will executed on steel, and a chaste vignette titli eB.

i and, in. a few minutes after' his entrance, and be and.at what time and place, and for whom title and acceptable to the American to i its; page- engraved on copper. .)
thinking to them Its
upon the contents will be ,
t same was made Now; all Auctioneers The American various sad.pirited siD li
his! wife sitting hr" his side, consoling him said, "How prettily .l ,am 'fixed between are required to take notice of said law, and mOllthly-each Number Magazine it publiihed there;.will be a general record of Ocool roCl9 Ttet

.tQ.his vaacstiot>a.. ck I"h1m.in hia plans two ..uiloraUpqn, which ,one..of.them conform to it,'or. suits upon their Bonds roust folly..attdfiilyatapati.latw.e containing between Statistics,Obituary notices.'.& =*1addtttOJl *..y,
i f be"Instituted: --sof the County Courts Dou.na pr-&c-'l'wo 16 the,TiJeaLegendr, saI sTtasiting -
for the future or'participating in his '' annum
joys > per payable in
replied, "Being only'"new cal l'as
begianers''inbusiness are requested with ut to ,forward, It Literary, Fugitive and lli8 n
smiling upon him for the good news be certified approved the Bond.Auctioneers compnsesTPftrtraiU and Biographicalrk Sketches, Biography Poetry &c. making
we cannot afford to keep more droperly an of .' "-U ffid American. It

''t, may have brought home }' his children than one goOfS between us."', in their IARLES seuion. AUSTIN Public 'Buildin Monuments, and; View i m- elegantpaper polite# : literature for the as parlor contributions,end for the will loter> B,
climbing on the cushion. his feet, leaning Treasurer of thi .Florida., rovements'iLan ape Kenery-the boundless secured from some otthe'most popular American

I over his knees, looking to his face with A LONG NOSE.-A Falsely manufacturer Territory country variety, will and form_b-auty >of which, in this author '

joyous eagerness, that, they may coaxingly having got by some accident a severe cut LAND Al{ ST. PABLO sty action and Pti m ation unceasing; source otin. ;'The work..ilJ be printed'as well,and contain he:
as much
'win?him: This is the acme of happiness. across the noise, and having no courtpUs- ro SALE. I descriptions of the haraeter, hlbitsTSe. of quarto, paper reading matter in as the anysimiw A i
i"' W* "* Bpi *ii *PPW" "*** BHOSPITAUTT. !ter at band, stuck on his unfortunate proboscis riiHE Subscriber firs for'sale for cash, or with Birds, Beasts, Rshis and:Insects, tog Uier States; and it can safely published and truly be Utle.: raSh
The late Dr. -If or good acceptances. every subject Junnected.with the Gography the
Thyme, so one of his ,- l cheapest journal of the kind.
gum tickets, on which following History, atural
the of fine and
tract Live Artificial ,
I Oak' hammock 1'FJUul-Thle. tl>*
well! known for his of dollars u
Iqve annum
good, eating, was the usual intimation, Warranted 359 land on*.St. ablo Creek,bounded as aouxceaofthecounty,iUuitrntedina mmar paper is firmly elt bliehed-to per be paid U ai. tit
P caHedjooe day to pay a visit to the eccentric 'yards long. follows, vii t-on th West by Pablo Creek, popular manner vance Two dollars for six months, to b. TV

t lafd R--- He was shown into thdiningroom on the North Winslow .)!'08ter'. land, on NC, Bf4ltna Bewic. Cmapca. paid. in advance. '
A romantic the East and Seiitlj lands 47, Court Street
1 where he found his individual was .asked ,why by of Cornelius Boston '1834. J
Lordship hundred or: Edition of
he Taylor, containing wo and thirty Newspapers -
alone;.and engaged in the discussion of an shewed greater attachment to a very three acres. .For particulars, apply to United S1&,", who publish! the n g Foregoing the JOHN
exquisite<< little dinner. After talking forsome thin lady than to another who was more I.D. IiiAT, or Prospectus, and notice the contents of the Real Estate Merchandize /(0,26,
"It is ", Aid JAMES DELL. ltIaguine from timeto, time.hall and Broker,
I lusty he "because I am be
time My Lord said the Doctor to the ---Ezthttge-strctt 'Boston Mass. ,
Jacksonville, Jan.,22,, 4tfALL lint volume. ,
(excited by the agreeable odor,) "I,think nearer ber heart"Temperance Any person ,snarling the Agent, bJ mail, WILL' Real attend to the felling' and b T,
rUE_ poet cud Ten DoUan / Estate, in every part
No ...
shall .1.United
would be
it DO of .b -
great'stretch hospitality ia a bridle ; receln States. of ,
of c
gold; :;and he copier for'In.. continued People-desirous
indebted jear
.were your Lordship to laY,.Doctor, praydo who uses it aright ia more like an angel 1 persons by Note pr Book toh.account subscriber, are requested a. the money,. regularly forwarded ae long tag can from always one part of the' Union,information to anotWN>f Ih.r,
A correct
as,I am doing. Well, Doct J'wd, than a man,--The English, who, are: biglj I i' to settle the same without delay; and and.wen written price>> articles all be paid for Appropriate applying at his o ice. He will receive ord eA

bid txmlshiiY", pray do, as I am ,doinggo livers, are more subject to melancholy than no 10th credit Marck.s will .bet' n'vpn IIARDY at my II.store after the trative of, national subjects! or dnwingel ill nr. for vari9 wkindaof Merchandiie, deliver** 0T..

home and eat lOur dinner." _.'> *h \ any other nation. ;, wft.. t -.if A i' Jacksonville March 3. ..PHILIPS." ; terert. Suhseri riptb1 rectiy.]IOUeaain at'thia Ollie.-. addrtM at any: part of the*: Union, Co aJU .*od* T.E

It ; lOt D e.25'l634'-; '. ,. \r-e1.: to. .. .itoWoi-wm.v -. ;3rZJin.b. promptly>> .Ii.&1835w' .

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