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 24, 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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AOItSONVI \'LE''' COURIER, PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.: The views taken by him received my approbation rived and tho Minister received his instruelions. fe t the treaty... As this bill subsequently) '. !I T"I t

PPBLISHID, SO"* A WEEK BY Our latest papers from thelNorth, broughtus the French Government was ,Claiming to act! under the authority passed into a law, the provisions of which ," ;
L.' C13R'.RIER.lairs$4 ; the President's Messa e. Not having satisfied, and the negotiation vas continued. derived from them,he gave to this gov now constitute the main subject of difficulty
.'J- room in our columns for a Document of such It terminated in the treay of July 4, eminent in the name,of hns/the most ,solemn tween the two nations, it becomes my ( I
per' eat, payable'half yearly length, we give only that portion of it which 1831, recognizing the justice o,our claims, assurances, thai as soon after the new duty. in order, to place the ,subject before ,'If '
advance-Sing Capers 12 cents. relates in part, and promising paynent to the elections as the' charter would permit, the yo i in a clear light, to trace ithe history of
dvertisements served, and contracts to our affairs with France. The whole amount of twenty-five millions. of Frances, French Chambers would be convened, and Its passage, and to refer,' with some par- I
Ida for yearly a tns. No advert ement will be inserted regret that we cannot lay the,," ole of it bee The ratifications of this treaty were exchanged nnewed ; that all the consti- 18'''In .re ard to it. 'The Minister to ':. \I ,
less paid for in a ranee. .. fore our readers. ".t, :, at Washington, on!the 2d of February tutional powersW the King and his Ministers Fr nee, in his opening( speech, alluded to
11 communicai n. by mail may be ad Since i the last session OftCtngress, the 1832, and in five'day* thereafter it should be puylu\ requisition to accomplish th measures which' bad been, adopted to ,.
saed to 14. CORK! : R, Publisher of the CourpoetaggIn'itI validity of our claims uponFrance, as liquidated was laid before Congress, whi }immediately the object ; aud he was understood .enttho, supposed indignity, and recommended '. I .
: cteeatobe paid. by the treaty been passed the acts necessary; on our 'part, and so expressly informed by this Government the execution of tho treaty as a ,., ', ;: t""
acknowledged by .bou .aches' f her to secure to France the commerce advantages at the time, to engngethat.the question measure required by tilt honor and justice 4 '" 1. ,
AG!'.,. '1il-r1oW.cOUa1z.- .. .... .# Legislature;and the;;"' has been o conceded to her in the compact. The should be pressed to decision at a of Franc," lie, as the organ of the Minis\ ., "
",- iFL1 1il for their discharge money ; but the appropriated treaty had previously! been solemnly ratified period sufficiently early to pymit information try, declared) tho message, so long as it had
letonannille-Joseph II. Sanchez. ment is, I regret to inform you, still with-.pay. by' the King of the French, in terms of the result to bo comnunicatcd to not received the sanction [of Coigress ; '
pring Grove J. Garrison,Esq. P. M. which aro certainly not mere matters of Congress at .tho commencenent of their mere expression of 1 tho, personal opinion '
Mandarin:-E. A. Cohen, Esq. P. M. held.A I form and of which the translation is as follows next session. Relying upon these assurances of tho President, for which nekber, the
GEORGIA.Mary'sA. brief recapitulation of the most,Important : We, approving the above convention 1 incurred'tbo responsibility, great Government nor People JBf the United
P. M. incidents in this protracted.controversy ,"in all and each ,of the dispositionswhich as I ,regarded it to be, of stffering{ Congress States were responsible,' apt d! th&t an engagement -,
3t. Philbrick Dpolittle, Esq. ,,will show how utterly untenable Savannah-9. Esq. the grounds upon which this course is ace ourselves well heirs with them the ,
Edmund Russell. as as by our and successors upon subject. fulfilment of which tho ho or of Franco
ion- tempted to justified. that it is accepted,approved 'ratified Tho expectations justly funded. upon was pledged. ,Entertainln 'these views, I
THE THORN. On entering upon the duties of my scat ; and confirmed ; and by these presents the promises thus' solemnly made to this the single condition which' the French j
was'damp dews tionI found the United 'States an unsuccessful signed by our hand, we do accept, approve Government by that of Fraice, were,not Ministry\ proposed to annex 0 the payment
ie field with limpid applicant to the justice of France, ratify,' and confirm it; promising, on the realized. The French Chanters met on of tile money, ,was, that it should not bo (
Where fair Maria stray'd, for the satisfaction of claims, the validity faith and word'of a King, to observe it,andto the 31st of July, 1834, soon dter the election made until it was ascertained that the' r i
id sought an unoffending rose, which was never questiouable, and has cause it to be observed inviolably, with. ; and although our Minster in Paris Government of tho United States had done .
That wanton'd on the glade': now been, most solemnly admitted by out ever contravening it, or suffering it to urged, the French Ministry to bring the nothing to injure the interests of Franco ;
it while she tore it from the waste, France, herself. The antiquity of these be contravened, directly or indirectly, for subject before them, they dc1ined ,doing or, in other words, that no' Steps had) been .
adorn claims;their high justice, and the aggravating any cause,, or,under any ,pretence whatso BO. lIe next insisted that tie Chambers, authorized by Congress of a hostile! character '
Her bosom to circumstances out of which they arose, ever." '*. if prorogued without acting n the subject, towards France. >
ie rose reprov'd her cruel haste, are too familiar to the American People to Official information of tho exchange of should bo.reassembled! at pried; so early What the disposition oraction of Congress "
And pierc'd her with a Thorn.d require description is sufficient to'say ratifications of the United States reached that,their action on ,tlio traty I might be might bo, was then unknown-the ,, aR \
that, for a period often years and upwards Paris whilst tie Chambers was in 'session. known In 'Y Washington prior to tho meeting French Cabinet' But, on the 14th of Jafi-" ''4': ,
wound ,
blood the
while'the 'oozed from our commerce was, with but little inter The extraordinary, 'and to use, injurious, of Congress. This reasmablo request uary, the Senate resolved that!jit was, at I
And left a crimson stain, ruption, the subject of constant aggressionson delays of the French government, in their was not: only declined, but tie Chambers that time, inexpedient to adopt any legislative .
e cast the flqwer,upon the ground, the part of France-aggressions the ordinary action upon,'t e. subject of its fulfilment, were prorogued to the 20th jf,December, measure in regard to the itate of affairs t '
And sighed and wept with pain : features of which were condemna- have been heretofore stated to Congress, a day so late ,that their deciion, however between the United States and Franco ,
nd said while her bright,eyes reveal'd tions of vessels and\ cargoes under arbitary and I havo no'disposition ID enlarge pon urgently pressed, could! not'in all,probability and no'action on the subject had! occurred
decrees, adopted in contravention as well them here. It is sufficient to observ that be obtained in'time te reach Washington in the I 1Iouso'of Representatives. 'These
The withering glance of scorn, of the laws of nations as 'of treaty stipulations the then pending session was allowed to \before. the necessary adjournmentof facts 'were known in, Paris prior to the .. '
Vho would have tho't such sweets conceal'dAn ; burnings on the high seas ;and seIz- expire without even an effort to obtain the Congress by tho constitutor The reasons 28th of March, 1835, when the committee '
envious rankling Thorn f" ures and confiscations, under special imperial necessary appropriations;; that the two suc: given by the Ministry br refusing to to whom tho bill of indetnnifiotion had 1
receipts, in the ports of other nations ceeding ones were: also J suffered to pass convoke the Chambers at aneailier period been referred, ''reported it to the Chamber. '. "
[aria, bid thy sorrows ,cease, occupied by the armies, or under tho con away without any thing ,like a ser us attempt were afterwards shewn noto, bo insupera Deputies. ,That committee substantially, -I. p pro
And smooth thy, clouded brow ; trol of France. Such,' it is now conceded to obtain a decision 'upon /ho sub bin, by their actual. convocation on the 1st -echoed 'the sentiments of the, Ministry\ 7
lovely girl, you may from this is the character of the wrongs in many cases ject ;.and,that it/was not until tip fourth of December, under a spec hI call, for domestic declared that Congress had ict.aside the'u ..','
I A useful lesson know; so flagrant, that 'even their authors. never session, almost throe years after tin conclu purposes=: which,fait, however,did proposition, of tho 'President;and recom> \.>l .
owmany, crush' with'nameless woes, denied our right to reparation. Of the sion of' tho treaty, and more;tlmiUwo years not become known to, this Government mended tho' passage of tho bill, without ,tJ. !:, .
extent of these injuries, somo conception after the exchange of ratifications, that the until lifter the commencement; of tiro last anyother restriction than, thai'originally r ** r
the world forlorn '
Range,through '* ; ,. may be formed from the fact that After;the bill for the execution of iM treaty was session of Congrew, proposed. '1'hul"wftS" Unknown"nr'-tho1; '--*. a
Inersteadlbr pleasure magic"rose, burning of a large amoinSt-at set/and the passed to'a vote and rejected. Thus disappointed in our just expectations French Ministry\ and Chambers, that if the .1!' ;
Find disappointment's Thorn. necessary deterioration, in ,otli reuscs'ly'- ., In the. mean time the govenment of the it became my imperative duty to position Assumed by them, and which had '
long detention, the American property so United States, having full :confdence that a consult with Congretd in regard to tho expediency been so frequently and solemnly' announced e t'
belle her heedless
e pursues way, seized and sacrificed at forced sales,excluding treaty entered into and so solemnly ratified of a resort to retaliatory measures, as the only one"compatible with' the I
I To answer fashion's call, what was adjudged to privateers, before ,by the French King, would executedin jn case tlio stipulations of the treaty should honor of France, was maintained, and the : : '
nd shines amongst! the vainly gay, or without condemnation, bought into good ,faith, and. not doubt t'lIg .tbat provision not be speedily complied with : and to'recommend bill passed as originally proposed, the money I
Who grace the crowded hall : the French treasury upwards .f twenty- would be made for tie payment of such as in my judgment, tho occasion .would bo (paid, and there would be an ,
ie thinks to reach the' rosy, bower, four millions of trances, besides argo customhouse the first instalment, which jwis to become called for. To this end, an unre- end of this unfortunate controversy. .I
Where happiness was born, duties. due \on the second day of|.e>ruary, 1833, served communication of,tbo case, in all Hut this cheering prospect' was soon destroyed
flower The subject,, had already been,an affair negotiated a draft for the amount throughthe its aspects, became indispensable.'To, have by amendment introduced into i
e strives to pluck'the blushing of twenty years, uninterrupted negotiation{ Batik of the United States. When this shrunk,in!,making it, from saying all that the bill at the moment of its passage, providing i
But finds, instead,.a Thorn.e except for a short time,when Fnnce was draft was presented by the' older, with the was necessary to its correct understanding, that the money should not be paid I
rural nymph,who longs to shine overwhelmed by the military jower of credentials required by'tli treaty to 'authorize and that the truth would justify, for fear of until the French Government had ,receiv
I united Europe. During this j>eri.d, whilst him to receive the n oiey, the government giving offence,to other would have been ed''' satisfactory explanation tbo Presi I,
Upon a loftier stage, other nations were extorting fron her of France allowed t to bo protest unworthy of us. To have 'gone, on the dent's message of tho 2d December, 183-1';
Ind yields her blooming charms divine, of their claims at the point if the payment bay ed. addition to the inju yiin the non other hand, single;( step further, for the and'what l is still more extraordinary, the
To affluence and age ; onet, the United States intermittel their demand payment of the money by trance, con purpose of wounding tho pride of a Gov President of tho Council of Ministers adopted -* I
oo,late she finds the, promis'd prizeOf for justice, out of respect D the oppressed formably to her engagement' the United ernment,and people with whom we pure delight is gone, condition of a gallant people, to States 'were exposed to a.heivy; claim on so many motives for cultivating relations of incorporation in the bill. In regard 'to a
nd instead of whom they felt under obligation for fra the part of the Bank, under( pretence of affinity and reciprocal advantage, would supposed insult wiiich had been formally "
grasps, tranquil joys, ternal assistance in their own days of Buffering damages, in satisfaction of waich that institution -, have been unwise and improper. Admon- resented by the recall of their Minister, and ( +
A life destroying Thorn'. and,of peril. The bad /effects/ of seized upon, and still ,retains, an ished by the past of the difficulty of make the offer of passports to ours,they now, for ;

on weeping girl,.'witli.broken heart, these protracted andunavailingdiscussions, equal amount of the public monies. Congress ing even the simplest statement of our the first time.proposeel to ask explanations.
was in 'session when the decision of wrongs without disturbing the sensibilities which
Bows well our relations with,France as Sentiments and propositions, they
low at sorrow's shrine as upon
; our national character,were obvious ; the Chambers reached Washington ; and of those who. had, by their'' position, be- had declared 'could not justly bo imputed(
e victim of the damned art, upon immediate communication of this come responsible for their redress, and of the Unit-
and the line of duty,.was to my mind equal an apparently to the Government, or People
Of some gay libertine, } ly so. This was, either td insist upon the final decision of France, not to fulfil earnestly desirous of preventing further ed States, ore set up os obstacles the ,
ho robbed her of.her fz.me'and, rest; adjustment of our claims within a reasonable the stipulations of the treaty, was the obetacles.from that source, I went out of performance of an act of conceded justiceto
And left the wretch to mourn- period, or to abandon,them altogether.I course naturally to be expected front the my way to preclude a construction of the that Government I and'' ,People.(! 'They
ho stole contentment'from her breast, could not doubt, that by this course, the President. The deep tone of dissatisfaction message, by which tile recommendation had declared that the honor of France required
I To interests and honors'of both countries which pervaded the public mind, and that was made to Congress might; be regarded the fulfilment of the engagement into '
plant a festering Thorn would be best consulted. Instructionswere the correspondent excitement produced in aa a menace to Frances in not only which the King had' entered;,'unless Ii t

pe youth unversed in'bland deceit, therefore, 'given in this spirit to the Congress by only a general knowledge of disavowing such design, but in declaring Congress adopted the recommendations of 1 t
I By love's soft passion led Minister sent out once more to demand reparation. the result, rendered it more than probable, that her pride and her power were too well the message. They ascertained that Con.gress .
luckless. Upon the meeting of Congress, theta'resort to immediate measures of redress known to expect any thing from her (earn. did ,not adopt them'and )'enhat ful
I P hour unite his fate, in December, 1821), I felt U my duty to would be the consequence calling The Message did not reach Paris, until filment .is !ret sed,,unless they first obtain ,
To some ill-tempered maid the attention of that jo the more than a month, after tbo Chambershad of
; speak of these claims find the dejays of body subject. from the President explanations an opine ,
|e thinks her pure M'tiaU...dews, France in terms calculated to call the serious Sincerely desirous of preserving the pacific been in scission ; and such was the Insensibility ion characterized by themselves as personal .-'
I Which, ,grace the verdant lawn, attention of both countries to the sub- relations which had so long existed be- of the Ministry to our rightful and inoperative.The ;
M thinks to seize a fragrant' rose, ject. The then French Ministry\ took exception tween the two countries, I was anxious to claims and just expectation', that our Minister conception that it'was'mf intention
J But grasps a venom'd n m. F. to the message, OB the ground of avoid this course, if I could be satisfied bad been informed that, the matter, to menace or insult 'the, Government of I
its containing a menace, under which it that by doing so, neither the interest nor when introduced would not be pressed asa France, is as unfounded'as tho attempt to
THERE IS A'STAR.ere was not agreeable to the French govern the honor of my country would be com pro. cabinet'maUer.Although extort from the fears of that nation what'
is a star 110 gloom can shroud. ment to negotiate. The American Minister mised. Without the fullest assurances the mes not officially her sense of justice may deny would bo
A of whose own accord refuted the con upon that point, I could not hope to acquit communicated to the French Government, vain and ridiculous. But the constitutionof
hope no woe can sever- struction, which was attempted to be put myself of the responsibility to be incurred and notwithstanding the declaration to the the United States imposes on' the, President ,
ray that through the darkest cloud in suffering Copgress to adjourn 'which It' the of before Congressthe
the message, and at the same time, contrary contained, the French duty laying : ,
Shines smilingly forever. called upon to the recollection i of the French without laying the subject before them<- ,Ministry decided 'to consider the condi condition of the country, in its foreign
that President's message wasa Those received by me were believed be tional recommendation of reprisals, a me- and domestic: relations, and of recommending
lien Ministry,
nature.spreads the shades of night, communication addressed, not to foreign of that character. nace'and an insult, which thehoDor.otbenation such measures as may,fa' bin opinion ,
With scarce one hope of morrow, Governments, but to 'the Congress of the That the feelings produced in the United made it incumbent on them ,to re be required by its interests. ,From the, i
!ut star shall shed serenest light,. United States, in which it was enjoined up States by the news of the rejection of sent. The measure resorted to by them performance or this' duty he cannot be deterred -
To gild the tear of sorrow. \ on him, by the constitution, to lay before the appropnation, would be such as I have to evince their cense of the supposed indignity by the fear of wounding the sensibilities "
that body information of the state of the described them to have been, was foreseen were, the immediate recall of their of the ''people 'of Government of
len melancholy's silent gloom Union, comprehending its foreign as well by the French government, and prompt Minister at Washington>> the offer of passports whom it may become necessary to speak ? '
Enshrouds the heart with'sadness, .. as its domestic relations ; and that If; in the measures were taken by I it to prevent (he to the' American Minister ParU, and the American Pe -plo are incapable of ':
ray will issue from the tomb, discharge of this duty, he felt it indumbent consequences. The King, in person expressed and a public notice to the Legislative' submitting to an interference by any Government with ,
To fill the breast with gladness.n bun to summon the Attention of Con. through our Minister at Paris his Chambers that all diplomatic i intercoursewith on ruth, however powerful,
upon rreca, in due time, to what might be the profound regret at the decision of, the the United States bad been sus- the free performance of tha domestic du-
humble Christian,fearless go, possible consequences existing' difficulties Chamber, and promised to send, forthwith pended. tie which the constitution has i imposed on,
Though darkest woes assail thee; with any foreign government,be might a national ship, with despatches to Having in this manner viod'xnieiS' the their public functionaries. The' discussions departments
ojh dangers and troubles flow fairly be supposed to do BO, under a sense his Minister here, authorizing him to ,give dignity of France, they next proceeded to wllch intervene between the several
press frank such assurances as would satisfy the GOT illustrate her justice. To ibis end a. bill 'of our government belong -to
This due from him ins com
hope shall fail thee.Ebocttrox. of what was in tnneun f
never immediately introduced the Chamber and for ;
munication with another branch of ibis own eminent and people of the United States, was into ourselves any thing
ofDeputiea, proposing to' make the our public servants are -only responsible ta.
_A and not from acr intention of that the treaty would yetiw faithfully executed -
better for liberty government, otber.-
safeguard into e( their constituents and to each i
i a standing army ',< holding a meoaco over a foreign power.. by France. Tbe national ship ar-, appropriations necessary to carry i own

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\\.1 of Official Orders and copiesof persona who are defaulters i in
From file ,
If In the course of their consultations, facB' longer hesitate to pay the, instalments now a of the different places ofre: dezvou appear', IIgr.I' .
are erroneously stated, or unjust deductioii due. The' agent authorized to receive the Th < Courier. Orders furnished us by the', politeness By order of Gen f J. M HERNANDgy

are made, tboy-require no, other indu i- money was instructed to inform tho French Capt. D. S. Gardiner;,commandant of,this .. ..,, Co Brig F

ment to correct them, however informed >f Minister of his readiness to do so. In re- T11URSD \.Y, DECEMBER 24. post, and Maj;I. I). Hart/ commanding'thelegimental 'JO- NWARj >\1rI.

their error, than their love of justice, ai d reply to this notice, he was told that the [ bounds.; We select the following I C I. 4th Reg' F \
' r what is due to ,their own character; Uit money could not then be paid, because the INDI N HOSTILITIES I 11 1 REGIMENTAL: ORDER. To Col.\1W. J. MittsJCom. 1st BatL'p(:l,

they can 'never submit be interrogated formalities required by the act of the.Chambers LATEST TELLIQEXCE' FROM TIlE
'I matter of right had been 4th Regt. Florida Militia, 7 Extract from a letter written by Col.
;; upon the subject a by n not arranged.Not T IEATRE OF WAR.. i riIIJ
discussions Jacksonville, Nov. 10th, 1835.:> to the Commandant of Ute post'at '
When our received com- Jack
having r ,
foreign power. : any We insert of a letter from Colonel IJI
copy vine dated
-B : terminate in act, our responsibility to foreign munication of the intention of the French Sir-You are hereby required to muster Camp,Decsl2th,1835.| Fo 1t
, T Warren to neral Clinch,' which will be present in Camp at Ne1l'nansvilleC
1! powers commences, n6t as individu Government, and anxious to bring, as far the company)under your command, forthwith 4th RegtComp. A. Capt. Ross
: ale, but as a nation. The principle which as ,practicable, this unpleasant affair to a read with: gr at interest-judging: from the. ); ,and cause a complete inspection of the U ce B. Lancaster, t\\".". .

calls question the President for the l ncuageofliis close before the meeting Congress ;that proportion of he slain'and wounded, the engagement same to he mode, as to their arms and equip II, II.. C. "J' Hutches.,3 1 .

I message, would equally j justi'fy you might have the whole subject before wti a severe one. Our anxiety: is ments make immediate a H. Lt. Haddock 29I/
an return to me ,
s a foreign power in demanding explanation you, I caused our Charge d'Affaires at Pars -, great to,hear/ arthei particulars, and to know 6th Regt., under Capt.Gibbons 34 ,
i of the, language used in the reportJaf to be instructed to ask for the final de- the names 0 the five slain, whose names !are of the same. 'You will impress on the men ce,' 'f SumeraA, 45 e

committee, 'or by a member in debate.. termination of the French Government ; the necessity of their equipping themselves I" McLemore, 34./
down in he letter,as unknown.. '
i This is not the 'first time that the Gov- and in the event of theirs refusal to pay.the put according to lam, and be particular in returning Field and staff, : 1 fi d

ernment of,France has taken exception to instalments now due, without further explanations This lettej contains our latest intelligence' to ur company: Court Martial all t -
the messages American? President ,'to return to the United States. except a report just arrived, thai two of,the y J T
r President Washington, and the first Piexi- ,The result of this last application has wounded are since dead-that Weeks, one defaulters, iq not appearing armed as,required. Capt. Turner not yet arrived.An .,

dent Adams,''in the, performance their not reached us, but is daily'expected.That of the above: who belonged to the Mandarin The G neral commanding this Brigade;
American fell under favorable sincere Wish.. has informe the Colonel of, this Regiment intelligent gentle an of Alachuain
duties to the People, it may be is m/ Company fir d at the Indians three .times-- L
tho animadversions of the French Directory. France having now thrrtigh all the branches : II 1 that as the ndians are to be removed about letter to gentleman'of mis, place, stateilij
received several balls the
twice h had
: The objection taken to the Ministryof of her GoTernmen acknowledged the I after < the 8th of Ja uary next, in the event of their Capt. Priest, whos plan tion at Wacahm

i Charles X, nod removed by the explanations validity of our' claims, and the obligationof last, discharge!made when he was down,- not comply! peaceably with the ,Treaty was devastated, and,buildings'burned by tye t
'made by our Minister\ upon the the treaty of 1831J; and there really existing killing an'Indian that had jumped into one of Indians and wounded'
with the"General government oircumsUn son as"nfiticsd
spot, 'has already been adverted to. Whenit no adernate( cause for further delay, wagons-and that Capt. McLemore had : ; in'0111 ]
was Understood( that the Ministry of the will, at lengtw it may be hoped, adopt the two horses shot under him..' How much truth ces pay require I him to, call on a,portion of last number,..lost, at least, one thoiiana'

present King took ,exception to my message course wbid the interest of both nations!, in this' cannot' the Bngade for their services!, and he confidently els of corn_, and all his cotton, of which he l la InJ
is to
report, we pretend
I of last year, putting a construction up- not less than the principles of justice, so IIEAD QUARTERS say.7 expects suppport in such an event,from large crop. All his )horses, ,save five, ij

on it wlich was disavowed on its face, our imperiously -equire. The treaty being Fort Crum, Dec.'19th, 1835., J Regiment" I think it unnecessary'' for probably lost. He had about thirty hea .
o late Minister at Paris, in answer to the note once execut 'on her )part, .little will re- The corn and cotton Were consumed' Twenl
Sir-The under command took me to say more' to you,than fully to
t which first announced a dissatisfaction with main to dist b the friendly relations oftha troops my express '' '
the Innrrlinffn used in the message made acommunication n__ two rnitr____ ?'pa nothing inrlppd.will ___.. which up the line of march on yesterday morning, m/confidence in yourself, and the, officers, odd fat nogs,,.,ready! for the butcher'i knifj
a the to scour out the Wacahouta and adjacent I ind under command were taken from the pen and driven 06..
to tho French not yiel to suggestions of a pacific men your ,. being held
hommocks and !not wishing to be encumbered
t under date of the 20th January, 1835, calculated and 'enlightei :d policy, and' to the influ- with baggage, I despatched baggage wagons iii readiness to meet promptly any call that Capt., Priest is, ,we undeistandone of tlJ

to remove all impressions which .ence of that nutuaj goodwill, and of those to take the direct route for Wetumpka, may be made on their i 'services, and that this greatest losers, of,the great .number of thwl

an unreasonable susceptibility had created. generous recollection?, which we may via Micanopy J on arriving atl,the Kanopaha Regiment may, in the event of theirbeingcalled whose plantations have ,been devastated lit
l lIe repeatedand called the attention of confidenily erect will then be revived in prarie, I immediately took Capt. McLe- homes laid in ashes. I
to the field
,_ rthe' Government to tho disavowal more's and Lancaster's ,shew that patriotic and
French : all their ancient force. In any event, how Cap (jompanies; and '
{ "i contained in the message itself, of any intention ever, the prir iple involved in the new aspect pursued on the rail, and on arrival at Benj. military character that has always so particu- Another writer says, the people here UI|

t tolntirnidate by menace-he truly which I Its been given to the controversy Warren's, founq his house in flames passingon ularly, distinguished the sons of Florida. very much alarmed. Most'of the Camille

: declared that','it contained, and was intended ; is so v ally important to the independent we found thit a body of Indians;fifty or I.have,the honor to be, &c. have abandoned 'their
tof contain, no charge of ill faith' adm istration of the Government, sixty in number had attacked and capturedour W. J.. MILLS at the'differe.nt places where the inhabitant*
against King df the French, and that it ither be surrendered baggage as i it'passed over th Prairie, and ,
prop. can nor Lt.'Col. 4th have_erected, or a.re.erecting forts for protect
fire. The
set the wagon f1 >fficer in command Regt. F. M Com.1st Batl,
irterly between the right to /
guished compromittcc without national degradation. of the train several tion. There at Newnansville the Cowl
baj with of are ,
.gage To DANIEL
S. '
s, .' ', 'j) tit in unexceptionable terms, of the I hope t is unnecefisaey for to :
pie the escort had retired to Mic ; 'and I
anopy, House at which place is turned into I fe
.I ," and >- a
& execute an agreement, an say that such sacrifice will not be made have not been able to correctly REGIMENTAL ,
ascertain ORD'ER.,4th .
of.bad motives in and the Jail into a blockhouse upwards A,
nctusa i withholding through any i ency'of mine. The honorof what loss has be sn : two Sergeants ;
such execution-and' demonstrated, that my country shall never be stained by an and four men h ive returned i irgeant to Camp'unhurt Regt. Florida Militia; V, two hundred people assembled at old Mil

i 'the necessary use ''of that right ought not apology frornjie, for the statement of truth and one S and ne private beCompany- December 5th, 1835. j Crum's, where is '" Fort Ct', m" upwards

to bo cot siucred, as an 'offensive.Imputa- and the perff mance of (duty; nor can I longing to Cap am M'Lemo;e's Sir-You are hereby required to muster the three hundred'and' 'more-are;coming in.

tion. Although this communication was give any ex nation of,my.official acts, mortally wound d, still lingering at this fort; company'under your command, Isaac, lien !
Mr: Folk who was shot the throat
made without instructions and entirely on ai and I aninot able to make a more orrect return, dri through
except such is due to integrity consistent ks', Esq.; Cowford, on Monday morning "
I \m unadvis d of the numbers who died the llth instant.
the Minister's yet it was as have on
responsibility which'ur
with tlo 'on
principles th.e 7th inst. 9o'clock
at A. M.
afterwards, made tho 'act of this 'Govern- institutions here been framed. escaped to Mica nopy, but will make a more completelyarmed
full turn as soon as possible. By this and Equipped and, all We select the' editorial state t
un- ,mounted that following -
full and that
men j by n y approbation, approbation This deter [nation will, I am confident. fortu te affair all snch
Was officially 'made known oil be constituents. I have our paperll; as orders, have horses, or that can procure them, when ment and remarks from the Tallahassee floridian
approved my report!, &c. and.;all our ammunition
,the 25th 0 \April, 1835, to the French Gov- indeed, studie their character to but little instruments, & are lost. you will make immediate report to me of the of the 12th inst., i

',ernment. It, however, failed to have any purpose, if th sum of twenty-five millionsof Gen Cal1, with his reinforcement, is expected full effective strength, in men, ,arms, equipments THE SEMINOLEK.-An express; from Ge
effect. Th& law, after this friendly,explanation franca will lave the weight of a featherin hWe td y. and as I am assured'that i and horses. And at 'that time and, Clinch arrived in the 'early part' of tin
passedwith the obnoxious amend of what the who! (of Indians are in the Waca .
the estima on appertains to body place l week, calling on the Governor of the Territory
wjll receive further
ment, supported by the King's Ministers and houta 'am adjacent hammocks the is you such ,orders '
their national ndependence ; iG; unhappily : ; sign for mounted men/to aid in protect
"y and was finally approved by the King. a different impression should 'at great, and\'front the force seen in different for your guidance, as shall be communicated ing the frontier from the hostile, portion c
.. '
-----, :-1'bepcople of the United States are just- any time obtain in any quarter, they will, parties we hw assured that they are all here. to nie by U a Cnlnnel'commanding this R gUment. the Seminolo,,tribes. The: Uctnoml iro
, ly attached to a pacific in their Intercourse I think it alvUable that you send all the TI Indians
system 1 am sure, rally .round the government of to'' i having committed some promptly to by the Acting/ GOT
with foreign nations. It is proper their choice with and regular. force co-operate with us immedi- Walker .
alacrity unanimity, ately. The i hting is to be done here. We depredatio s on the frontiers, the General ernor, Mr. who immediately issued
therefore,that they should know whether and silence forever the degrading imputation. Cull fo
want ammunition and commandi the United the orders to ,
their Government has adhered to it. In are in ,of camp equip g States troops in necessary
age, having, u I before stated, lost all in. our Florida hi i made i raising volunteers to succour our listreseJ
the instance it has been carried, a requisition for the services -
present to thus t'
Having frankly presented to you wagons. Yours respectfully brethren in; ,she exposed ,districts. CD
the utmost extent that :was consistent the circumstances which, since the last ,' JOHN WARREN. of a. pjrtion of this Regiment, you will Tuesday a portion of the 7th Regimen

,: with a becoming self respect. The note session of Congress, have occurred in this Col. and Com. Mil. in service. therefore impress on your company, the necessity was hastily assembled,and alter very ask,

tho 29th of January; to which I have before interesting and important matter, with tho Gen.' D. CL1JCJf. of eing fully prepared for immediate and appropriate address by Gen. Cal
alluded, was not the only' one whichour views of the Executive in regard to' them P. S. Killed Hunt '' service
Serg't. -privates Tillis a|a moments warning after aboutsixty young men tendered their ar-
your parade
Minister,took upon himself the responsibility it is at this time,, only necessary' add, and U. Robert, and five others not'' known; is foitned, as herein ordered. vices. The company left town the wtt|
of presenting on the same subject, that whenever the advices now daily expected wounded six'oie: mortally (Weeks,) escape 'I evening under the ,command of Captain
and in,the same spirit. Finding that it wasintended from our'Charge d'Affaires shall sixteen ; five horses killed,six wounded. By oiler of Col. JOHN WARREN, Throop. They were, well mounted, anJ!
to make? payment of a just deb have been received, they will be made'the Gen Call ta just arrived in Camp with I Commanding 4th Regt. F.M. made handsome Jefferson

dependent on the performance of a condition subject of a special communication.; 250 men, and.tssumed the entire command.A \ ,W. J. MILLS, u Madison very and Gadsden appearance.counties-
i which bo knew could be hi (also arrived that the :
never complied report Indians \ Lt.Col. Com. 1st Batl. so contributed their quotas. The batalion,
with, he thought. it a duty, to make were penned n a. ,1Ia. nmock in the Prairie I the
another CONTENTMENT.What 'To Cap D. S. GARDINER, Company D. when assembled, will be placed under
to convince tho French
Government attempt,'that whilst self respect, and has often surprised me is to hear i and that, on londay lash firing was ,heard, --.:.. command of Cols. Parish and Reid, WM

regard to the dignity of other nations would people lament the evils of this life, and to : and general/ ngagement had taken,place. I I Jacksonville HEAD Dec.QUARTERS 7th 1835.SirY ) will no doubt give, a good' account of their|
j' little band.
call the world vale of ,
always from a sorrow. Surely
prevent using language
that ought to, give! offence, yet any,wo could enjoyment, and well.being is manifestly, The mail rJ er, from Micanopy via. New-: are hereby ordered to hold the Another levy will be made to-day b

never admit a right in any foreign Govern throughout the world, the positive and nat nansville, wb > arrived here on Sunday morn- company uider your command, in readinessto intended by Gen. Call to raise 250 or2C!

ment to ask explanations of or to interfere ural state of animated beings: And evil ing last, one
in ,any manner ,in, the communicationswhich suffering and organic defects, the negative reported that saw on his route fresh signsof cause all tie men to be immediately fully commanded by Col. Parkhill. The |

ono branch.of our public council : or partial shadow of this general brightness.Is Indians, aid that he might probably have prepared fw, ,actual service. Press all the rent corps will be assembled at Hickstol"when
made with, another that not creation a continual feast to Gen. Call will assume the corniwwj
; in the present thp been picket off" by some of them had he arms in the I) district and make
report to me of the whole in A fine comf*DJ)
case, no such language had been Used,'and healthy eye, the,contemplation of which, person. ,
that this had Ins former noto ,been fully and ot its beauty and splendour, fills the not joined a company.of persons with whom forthwith. The Regiment being called into of volunteers arrived last evening from

and voluntarily stated, before it 'was con heart with delight and adoration ?' And he travelled is far as Black Creek. lIe said a.c1ua.lservice by the Commanding Generalof Quincy, comn and soldiersaarelhenitledto; ]

templated to ,make tho, explanation a condition were it only the daily sight of the, enkind every dwelling is abandoned,by the inhabitants the Brigade.] The officers and

and that ,there might bo, no misaprehensionho ling sun and glittering stars, the verdure of on the roads leading from Black Creekto By order of.Colv W RREN'J, the greatest credit for the promptness "I
stated the the trees the and delicate ; which'they have acted on the occasion
terms used in that gay beauty Newnansville, and to Micanopy also from W. MILLS '
cote,and bo officially informed them that flowers, the joyous song of birds, and the I company of cavalry from Jackson countyis
Newnansville to Aligator, and from Picolata Lt. Col. 4th Regt..F.M. to-mor
it bad been approved tho President luxuriant'abundance and rich animal enjoyment expected to arrive in this place
and that therefore,every explanation. which of all living things it would giveus and Falatka to Micanopy. Picolata is the Capt. D. S. GARDINER Company D. ow. It goes nnder the command of t<

I could ,reasonably be asked, or honorably good cause to rejoice in life. But how highest point on the St. Johns'unabandoned Pittman., In short, such is the spirit m n
l given, had been already made-that the much still more wondrous wealth is unfolded by the inhabitants. The rider brought also 'Jacksonville/ HEAD QUARTERS. > ifested every where, that the j-"lf

contemplated measure had been anticipated in tho treasures of our own minds!- the first intelligence of the attack on the Dec. 7th, 1835. $ ca.nno.t'failo bejbrougbt. ,to__amination. weed1.1tt

by a voluntary and friendly declaration; What mines are laid open by love, art, science house of Mr. Simmons. Sir-You are hereby ordered to muster the .

and was, therefore, not only useless l but the observation and history of ourrace The following letter from (,01.. Mills to Battalion under jour? command into immediate Mr. Walker, our acting Governor,i*.e,

might be deemed offensive, and certainly and in the deepest| chambers of the gentleman in this place gives probably a a service, and prder the companies to take tied to great credit, for his promptness in

.would not be com-plied with, ifanuexed ascondition. soul, the pious,. reverential sentiment of more correct_ version_ of the attack._ U___" up the line tof march for Wetumpka, via spending to the call of the people of Mach
r .a God and his universal work!
Truly we
When this latter less less HUD QUARTERS, (near Fort Crum) > Black-Creek, to-morrow morning; you are made to him in their hour of peril,for eu0C0'
communication were ungrateful were
tot we happy ; 12 o'clock at 17th Dec. also Cliach
which I and night, 1&15.5 required to establish a. post at Jacksonville and to the call of Gen.
specially' invite the attention of but too often we stand in need of suf Sir-Intelligence has arrived in subsequent
Qongresa, was laid before me, I entertain. feriot to make us conscious of this. A that about 30 Indians made an attack on Camp Mr., under the command of a Captain and for mounted mend to aid in the protection t

,ed the hope that the means it was obviously cheerful, grateful disposition isa,, sort of Simmons' house, on the Palatka road, about twenty-five the command men-one of post at Mandarin, under the Indian frontiers. .

intended to afford" of an honorable and' sixth sense, by which we perceive and recognize 8 miles from Miccanopy, and 20, from this men-one at White a Lieutenant vil1e an.d twelve The spirited efforts-ofGen. Calltor
,speedy adjustment of the difficulties between happiness. lie who is fully persuaded Camp. They rushed on the house with furious tenant; and post twelve ,under a Lieu- his- in.reachrs
the two nations, would have been of its existence, may, like other un- yells and heavy firing ; but Simmons, Captain commanding men-you the will charge the an efficient force, ,despatch chic,

accepted; and therefore did not hesitate thinking( children, breakout into occasional and J. Carr and two others, who happened to vile, to keep a regular mounted post at Jackson.and the theatre of.action, and.the alacrity. 1'

to 'give my sanction and full ,approbation. complaints, but will soon return to reason be there, barred up the house and defended to take into custody sllsla.veund guard free, seems to have been manifested by the peep

This was due to the Minister who had mule : for the deep and intense feeling of themselves until da flat light-when the Indi sons of color, except in the actual per- of Middle Florida, to "succor. their brelbrea
took drove of .
himself responsible for the act; ,and he happiness of living, lies, like a rose-co- ans and drove a them'.oft e Immediately hogs out of the pens service and presence ofthetieir owners, overseers exposed to, the enraged red-men's' \.ife&D

published .to the people,of the, U. Stags, loured ground in hU inmost heart, and Sumerall's and Gibbon's companies Captain de or employers, and to keep them in close firebrands" wannest comn B
were meet our
and is nowlubefore! their representatives, shines softly through the darkest figures oft'at 20 pinutes confinement, subject to the disposition bf the *
spatched notice, (with Carr b favorably
14 to show how far their executive has gone which worldly disappointments can draw to chow the ,trail) and,, with order to civil authorities; and you will order the tion. Gen. Call well and amval
t in its endeavors restore a good upon it.-WatJie' Port Folio. and destroy the Indiana wherever found pursue Commandant at Jacksonville to issue the in this section, and his speedy

standing between the two, undi'r. We march on Or Wacahouta in the morning same.peremptory orders to the Commandantsof camp, gives satisfaction. and confide,
would have been, at any time, communicated i- MARTIN VAN BCRES where iII reported that a great show of and to post at ,and Whitesville. the people generally, and we doubt noi
was born at Kin. ndians[ is Further I require regular report*from them ; and '
to the Government seen. ; have time ,
; of France bad it not toNY the Priu
been officially derhook, on the 8th December;1783- con- Yours truly he is required to report to Major Isaiah D. inspire, with additional ardor,
requested. i he has Hart v ho will remain at Head and : this section "ho
I sequently now nearly completed bisUd W. J. MILLS. Quarter as gallant sons from ,
# < The.Fr+dneh:Government having receir-' year. It is said that be begun the study We Hare heard commanding officer of the Regimental Bound readily and freely "marched out to bAul.
ed all the-explanation, which honor ana of law at fourteen sixteen notyel any thing, in reference -you are further required to take ail arms
practiced at ,
to the success of the detachment under under commanding officers .tlp'
principle permitted, and which 'could fajeuoa and soon after became "active'and con; Cmpf Sumerall and found within your command, for the purposeof our own tee}

be asked, it swan hoped it would no I pieuoui as a party politician.1 i I ed in pursuit of them'CaptGibbondespatch- < arming Guard the with Battalion the -you will also chargethe whose bravery and efficiency..', every,
duty of bringing in all if BO justly placed.


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which was all ready Office at Jack .
the Post
in '
delay put paper, ( ;: J EA TIIS; herejof>re existing
Ie Co-partnership REMAINIH& the 30th VIA Pt. .
of the Steamer va.l on
TilE County,
&Co. has
Less notice the of L.C
;to Her arrival last Florida name 1833-iand if not taken out' in three lee ve St.Marys every Wednesday,at 2 r.M.
Savannah. was In this place, on Thursday ,, been dissolved by the deaUfof ,IUJAII Wit. Sept. Post
'ds. ,Cram months they will be lento the General A ive at Pablo every.Thursday, by 7 P. M. t
child of\V J. Mills, Esq.MARINE demands against .
wmgest having
pvith joy as brought
LIAMS. persons
dby our citizens to'present the Office as Dead Letters. ,'" Le ve Pablo every Friday, at 0 A. M.

I&Yof! which we were almost wholly' des- JOUnN AL. > the said: and firm all, are requested indebted{ said firm, D' Thomas T.:Moody Ar i ve at St. Aoffustine same day,by 6 P.M. '
which We, stood in needs armsJi mate the subscaber, who is A. reward, N Lf' vl''.St. Auffuttine every Monday at5 A.M. .
| and of 24, to payment to M. E. J. North, by 6 P. M. .
: Salish PORT OF JACKSOIWLLE..DECEMBER Mary Broward, ''A 've at Pablo same day
& Coo receive the same.
authorised to
Mes 5 A. Is!.
;defence. L. CDRRIER.. John Broward, .Nat. ve Pablo every Tuesday, at
have our' wt rmest thanks for their .ARRIVED. William Blount, '0 I Ail lye at St.,Marys: next day by 11 A.M. ,
Less ,and liberal!ty, in:''furnishing;,us in 24-Steamer Florida, Hubbard, from Sa- 10,1833.DRYJBOODS x 1lr.u. UU.UA.nft... Barrows Russell Ormon.Sarah VIA ,JACKSONVILLE.' > ( ;

hav done-with forty stand rannah. GROCERIES, &c. Edgar S. P Saturday at 2 P. M.
manner they Northern Liberty, Robinson, 11 C. A. L. Bolivar, Neil McPherson Lf' ve St Mary every :
-Sloop C P. M. +
borrowed fromSlate the Jacksonville next day by "
respectfullyinforms At lye at
accoutrements, Subscriber William Perry, .
L with from Philadelphia. Oran Baxter, .
rind, have lays he has' niurned from Lf' ve Jacksonville every Monday < .
for which that just Findarvir.Eliza
Georgia'ahd: they CLE/IRED.1 Nancy Bellamy George M. tL.
: G P.
of and full assortment St. Augustine same day by .
J At
entire new \
New Ifotk, with an R ve
the State. But let a 'Willey for Charles- Bellamy
& 5
themselveser to 23-George Mary, and Cut- Thursday,at I
(gated of Dry Goods, Hardware Henry Reilly ve St. Augustine every
Kings to I. D. Hart of. on. Groceriet.and Provisions !- ,Arthur Burney. 3 .M. f I .
from the,Mess : MEMORANDA lery, Shoes and Hats, :: C Francis Richard, G Pi M. '
tself. and Medicines C-ockery and William B. Ross, Ar ve at Jacksonville same day by i ,'
for N. Drugs Christe
speak The Schr.Tuscarora Lydleman, up at A. M.
,place,, his mention, to Le Jacksonville every }Friday at u .
Ware. And hopes by 2, John Rose 'e .
Dec. 21,1835. Colt. .. L
'u SA AKRAH, York on the 5th inst. for St. Augustine. assures George, next day by 1'P. M.ROSS .
merit a share of their patronageand 'D Robert Robinson, Arr ve At St Maryu \
ear: Sir-At the arnest request of Judge them, that his Goods will be solq at a reasonable Wm.S. Donaldson. John or Jonathan ROUTK-VIA ST.JOHN'S Btcrr.we "t,

Cols.. Wa en and Mills, of your MEDICAL NOTICE. price for Cash, or in barter for country. E Ralchford. Le Pablo every Friday, at 5 A.M. 'iArr : ",

,ggett, wed'aswe cannot findy DR. EDWARD ALDRICII, produce. II. hr, '111LIPS. Chandler S. Emory. S ve at Jacksonville,some day by 12111. .. :

Ice, we,have: bon OF CottOn Hides DeerSkins Edward'II.. Sams, '3 Lei Jacksonville 1edayatrP.1\I. 'I'
of with accou- A GRADUATE OF THE MEDICAL N. B.-CASH paid for F \ M. \
arms P.
st nd ? Pablo same day by 7
for sale;forty Beeswax Moss &c. \ 3 Gurney.Sniitli, 2 Arrive at !
Tallow ,
Fleming M.
\ which send to Florigive SOUTH CAROLINA, ISAIAH D. HART, P. ,
we Sanchez
: ,linn Benandlna .
complete, 40tf E. } ,,
ments We,have had I Ilorn. our bond for their Having' chosen permanent location) at Jacksonville. Nov.20. Josiah Fogg D. Sanchez, Jacksonville July 31st. 1B35.: "

Jacksonville Dutal' County, .Micajah Simmons, '
U '
I" I\rv .
\ letter from the Messrs. OFFERS HIS SERVICES; II THE PRACTICE OF from D. S.: Gardiner '--'J !. ;, ,
Extract from anothejf .. I Subscriber hat juit.received : Ga\ s. LlI.fol\no: Searee.II ,
to-Judge Doggett MEDICINE, : York, a full supply of "e 'IT i : I

ing on board the Florida, forty IT DR. ALDRICH may be found atlttr. I, 'Winter Goods, consisting of JOlhuo.llickman, Jane Tucker, 2 T : '

[CI'We have put which we D. Hart's, and will be ready at all hours to 120 barrels best Canal Flour, Reubin Holtans Sarah,fucker. II

Lnd of arms and accoutrements, attend to calls. : 100 half do do do Charlotte flail, U will be a regularfconveyance' for

nd to our mutual friend, I. D. Hart, Esq.toe Dec. 16, 183:). 42 75 bbls Pilot Bread, Isaiah D.lla.rt, 3 Tltomftl Underwood. THERE 'once a \\, from; St. Mary'

of need-they are borrowed, andt 30 do Irish Potatoes, Clerk Super. Court.4 W Geo., by Pablo'to St. Augustine ; ttleave St., I

in case EAST FLORIDA 20 hhds New England, Rum, I L Georg. Waltom, 3 Mary's every Wednesday:,.a 2,o'clock, P. M,

for sale ,RAIL''ROAD COMPANY. 4000 Ibs Bacon, Joseph D. Lanca- Andrer W'lch, 2 and arrive at Pablo next day, .

in "The Georgian" of the 11th meetiig 4000 do best Soap, 3 Gabritl Waters, Persons, who wish to avo d a night expo*- \
that let
j notice a ,
We NOTICE'is hereby given 10 quintals Cod Fish, John ";.Williams the waterwill; find'ry comfortable
The intelligence from of the East Florida John Lawton sure on .,
1st. following'-IC Fernandna Butter
,: the ; the first 20 kegs Goshen 1\1 Clui.rlm Willey, accommodations a| ,
will on
is rather 'alarming. Ample protec- Rail'Road Company, 40 bags best Coffee, Tilhotty Wightman.l .nd can leave Fermndiiu the next
florida 3 o'clock P. William Morgan,
1836 at &
Ion should'be extended to our fellowcitizensi Monday or' 1 February Commercial, Wharf, in the City Mess& Prime Pork,Molasses,Sugar,Rice, > Vid McXees 12 Y morning and arrive at every'riday morning'day- .

'If,'the U. S. forces which M. o.t'No ,Directors for the year Mackerel White Beans, Rmnr Brandy, Holland Thomas Moody 2 lIenr: young. They can leave Pablo r
i quarter. of Boston, to Gin Whiskey, fSAIA! TART P. M. o'clock and arrive at Augustine at U, ,
___ their: 'relief from the neighbor- to th*act v nrnl'nl'nnl'lltinn.ensuIng .uv_. .. and ,American ,Jrish I D. at 4 i;
|an be .sen. to r ,agreeably SAM'L S. LEWIS, President. Wines, Porter, Lemon Syrup,&c..Ce. i P. M. same' day; leave St. Augustine every .
States are inadequate. we doubt not that 42 -ALSO- FOR NEW YORK. Sunday, and arrive'at Pftbld tame day. "
ng to fly Boston, Nov. 24,1835., of Dry Goods-Booti Schr. &1- wishing to visit St. Augustine,
volunteers of bur.city are prepared A large assortment THE fine fast soling Passengers re".ooa1.term.J' I 'r-
jhe PUBLIC NOTICEIs & Shoes, Crockery, Glass,hi:)tone, Hard and A LUD.1, Jontr M. hUll:, Master, will be accommodated! on \ : .
Jo( their,rescue. Hollow wares, &c. &c., will sail for the a10v&- ort' on or Faro from St. Mary's by Pablo to St. AuguItino

"Ample protection .has not yet been afford- hereby given to all persons, that the Cotton Bagging, Twine Rope, &c. about the lit of next month. $5! From St. Augustine to Pablo $3.
fed. The U. S. forces on the\I theatre of hostilities Commanding Officers of the different All of which will behold it the lowest casl:]l For freight or passage, havng good accommodations There is also a- safe boat.which I and run ,

three hundred strong only, have Guard Stations, have strict orders to arrestnml M. K. PINCKSTON. apply to the Caphln on board atMandarin once a.weekfroni Pablo to Jacksonville!the! ;mall: t J i
,about nil slaves. ana tree__ prices. D. better at Jackson will depart and arrive so as to meet
to protect the detain under guard, n Nov. 19, 18J;. 39tf; or.Thomas and the
been ,adequate Jacksonville, from St. Mary's
not, it;;seems, found at large, except in boat on its return '

hives and:,property of the inhabitants, on the colored the actual persons,service and in company with. ''NEW GOODS. ville.Jacksonville,Dec. 2 183r. 44wl stage as it arrives Jacksonville from St. Augu$9AU line.fare- Fare to :
The whole from Pablo to '
orders of the Indian Nation. their owner or overseer Subsbscriber has jiat j received from 1 be at Pablo. '0., TAYLOR.: '

Militia of East Florida is on duty-our friendsJin Persons arc therefore requested to govern THE York and Chajeston, per, Schr. FOR SALE.VALUABLE pleasantly paid Mail boat will leave Pablo for St.Mary's '.' !
Middle Florid have gallantly,volunteered themselves accordingly.' WARREN George and Mary, ",full asfortm nt of A situated,'and healthy on the St.Johns' every Tuesday and return on'
and promptly moved on to the scene of ac- JOHN 4th Regt. F.,M. EffGLISII AND wteT'ytDU: GOODS, river; in Duval county, Florida Jackson.' four day. The stage leaves ,Pablo every.euccee.Friday, I
under Gen. Col. AND ,GROCERIES, the ,ttwn of. for St. and return on
Ition.: Should the'U. S. Troops : .JI |"i/ miles above growing Augustine Cm3 ? <'t:

Clinch, reinforced 7'as ,they now are,by at Jacksonville;Dec., 8, 135, '!t i ,:\Jhich he,offers for sale at the lowest cash ville,'containing u" irood 000 acres 1 >which Iftn.1.ln_ one a compact halfacres ding Sunday. ...i ,

of mounted 'rices. ((iiou ; Is' planting U-t n f .
number '
their own It has a good JACKSQNVILLK ,
twice 'NOTICE. of It'feme.
Last, paid for all kinds body, and 'un
moment's call, suddenly to the 'next Coun- \ i O: The highest price with all tie oilier necessary J I
men, men, who, at a shall make application as Cotton, Moss: Hides Furs, Dwelling House, 'Those ,AND TALLAHASSEE STALE r.
the peaceful implements of the citizen I ty Court of Columbia county,(wblch'tvillbe produce-such H. L1BB; EY. buildings required on a Pintation. "
hid down
next) &c. &c. JOSIAH 'i
in April can call on
the first Monday '' 39tt who wish to purchase,
assumed those of the,soldier-prove held on LO. Black Creek,Nov. 19, 1t 35 / will aid
G. and ,
and for division of the' cattle of ABEL t agent GATES, ,who is on the place, : 'iTILE"
insufficient to put a speedy stop to the depreidations PER a late of said county deceased ; all per II..'Libhey having be n appointed them inan examination of'tie, premises. f
hVwill Attend '
Sem sail cattle will fore Schr. George & Mury,J of fhe present 6roJitnndfrom "' .
1 '
the enraged claims against te.y.wUlhavaa.view: h
...now_carried_ by sons having ? tiM- all klridi-freight to,or t.Muye : Public are'rifurlncTUidt a''lio'e"ot"
before of I ,
afar of tliir Tembva.I] render in their' accounts 'or lothVriceiving him,or the subscnper :: will between i
the run
inoles, and bring JAMES EW ARDS. > ston. obtain the tertrofsale. Barouches i
Ch t f fFAjCXdRAGE Georgia ,
time. rem >> may leave this'plaoe 1
crisis; we shallindeed; look tc I 3m42 : tiYllli'PLE'ALDIIiCIL Tallahassee and 'Jacksonville, to
,to a speedy Dec., 4, 1833.: ,
of Georgia to volunteer us & COMMISSION: Jacksonville, Aug.' 17. 4w31 ,I every Monday.: allowed' .
the gallant ,will be
their services. Nor should we have been NOTICE. ':l 84 BUSINESS. ,, RKWARD.tTTI a to each(I2 Forty passenger pounds,and baggage for any greater/ weight t I It I '

greasy surprised;had ,we' already witnessed weeks after date, I will apply to the Subs/mbers! intend establishing on. $100 the Jail of Monroe County one,cent per pound,will be charged,for every, .
of their
SIX of the'' Court THE branch,of SCAPED from .
County first'Novemberja.
the Judge miles j Ii' '
volunteer companies passing of a prisoner ten ( '
of her spirited admnistration on the transact LIll Southern District / '
some for letters Charleston S. C.for Florida1 each way $25.; I
for Duval county, House in ; ONDS ( OFare through, '
forces without waiting IIOY1 late of said mission Business the name of JAMES M.HARRte.) 1
on to join our the estrte of CHARLES tion of Factorage and'Co by three : JAMES
them reduced, to ex JOSIAH FOGG. of W. KINO &Co. to be ionducted who:was committed to my custody on 3tf [tt <
call ,when county, deceased. under the firm of said : Jacksonville Jan. 14. f I
,us to. upon 6w42 and would found the grand jury: i
their WKinl1... _.... in l1 tments by I.
the bye, we by no Dec. 10,1835. Dy partner u y of murder, '*
tremity. A reduction,by offer their s< rvices in both theJavinnah County,' on the several charges FROM '> .. ,
'the fato of battles is respectfully to their -and made his escape by
and larceny,
means.anticipate-yet, NOTICE. Charleston and piracy, 'AUGUSTINE"VaiS&BBh
the cities the night of the 14th JACKSONVILLE TO 'ST. .
the of false keys on .. ,
the and greater againet'the and the public. means 'I
'not always to strong having claims friends of New Hartford,(Con.)
persons KING. I
I. & W. inst.. lie is a native
probable ALL BJOrjVdeceasedand '
numbers on the frontier, the more of the late JOIN F 2w39 and has been for, several yean in t
to"said estate Oct. 5 1835. i a mariner,
indebted Savannah ,
intimidated,, all .vessels
'would it be, 'that the Indians persons claims and command of trading and wrecking ,

would cease their resistance,and yield themselves ,,are requested to present their' F. J. Jon- STORE. and at one time commanded the Schr. Lydiaof t
of their debts; to NEW of Baroilche ;
make payment He is'about thirty vears
We gratified of Philadelphia. Subscriber will run good
up quietly i for removal. are SOY: of St. Marls, Geo. or J.G. BROWN Subscriber has'j just'received a com- five feet five or .is inches high,bas a THE good Horses from Jacksonville to! .

'to hear:Mr. Bullock say,as he has done New Orleans, Executors. Executor.Dec. THE assortment of English areoffered and Wet age down, cast guilty& look,dark sallow complex St. Augustine, once a week ; to leave! this, t '.
has doubt F., J. JUDSOX, Goods and Groceries,which for several arrive in '
no confinement
'in the article above that he -41tfNOTICE. India ion but froni close every Monday morning'and
the volunteers of Savannah, are prepared to 3d, 183:). for sale at the lowest prices J. P.'LEVY.PicolataNov.lO. .- months had become somewhat palehas are.markable place Bt. Augustine the evening& of the same day,' I'

39tf tear on his bead and some scarsll Returning-will leave Bt Augustine on'arrive .
I fly to our rescue. Si known in New at this place
about Kin ,face, lie we\ ,,Wednesday morning, and ,
Weeks from date, I shill apply to the I where his wife's connexions reside. of the same day. I'
York the evening
,The: following beautiful extract"is taken SIX the Judge of Duval County, PICOLATA HOUSE.The I I will give the above reward if he is secured on OForty pounds baggage will be allowed!t

,from the ,Tales of a Physician, a work for letters of Administration on the Estate of undersigned respectfully in any Jail in the United States or the to each passengerand for any greater weight, ;

recently republished in this 'country,:- CHARLES'//OFT, deceased. t nounces to,the Public, that he, intends same reward with all reasonable expenses if one cent per pound will charged for every 1QTFare

"There is scarcely a profession in which L. CURRIER.Cw41 S sI opening. earl in October, the delivered to me at'Key.West.THOMAS ten miles. A ;'
the sympathies of its professions"are more Jacksonville, Dec. 3. Hotel known as PICOLATA oex. The building EASTIN, U. S. Marshal. each way$3. '**

painfully excited than that of the m dical having been greatly enlarged, will comfortably Key West,July 25,1835. II. H., PHILIPS.
he called to NOTICE. accommodate a numerous company>> ; ,. Feb; 2. -,**', Ctf
practitioner; ,How often is all and the J Jacksonville, f. .
that too, disposed of the Rooms will be well furnished ; GREGORY,' "
and having
subscribers R. H.
the bed of hopeless sickness fare the
THE of goods to Mr. WILLIAM Table richly supplied with the best IMW. OF lILAQk MOSS '
-in the members of which are stock Attorney and Couniellor al 20,000, L1IH.
a family, the store lately occupied affords. for WANTED. ,'J'l''j
bonds of and having taken country in Jacksonville, ,
the closest RIDER, opened an office
drawn together
by I cheerfully recommendtheir <<: situated the St. Johns river, HAS in the several the above f ;
meet the inquiring by them;they Picolata is on Practice of the Law, Subscriber will purchase
love! How painful is it to customers patronize him. forty miles above Jacksonville, and eighteen of Duval and of the adjoining coun- THE of BUck Moo,ifi delivered l in' f I; 1 ,
gaze of attached friends or i.vffiiig authorised tq' settle all of St. :,' with; a stage courts let'Octoberiaor I l"ffeSavannah i t .t
Rider is fully milesVeit Augustine
him in quest tier pr.ioU'.to
relatives, directed towards Book accounts contracted in our store communication', of three elflbatall, business en- ., ,f; I'
of safe- our '' lie small quantities
either remarkably and pledges I
by mild .
'of that consolation, that assurance business. Those indebted to us hours.-The climate is trusted to his care, shall receive prompt and J.WMORRKLL.NOTICE.
bow melancholy call at "
ty, which he has not to give 1 and note or book account are requested to balmy and being exempt from the humidityof diligent attention. Savannah, June 17. ': w27

is it to behold the last ray of hope, tits,,store and pay the same without delay or the sea atmosphere, has proved' highly JacksonyiHe July 151835. 'gQtfNOTICB. .

(,which had lingered upon the face of affection suits.will be commenced. beneficial to invalids laboring under' pulmonary .., ,"
the cloud of des BLANCHARD & RIDER. demand against the
to dark affections.,
giving place, I
ll'th,1835. 35tf between this WILL hold a Magistrates Court at ALL persons VLEMJltfTlX'K OAIT
Jacksonville, Sept A Steamboat running weekly I Second of Mrs.
pair.And when all is over, .when the bitterness place and Savannah will afford every desirable Court-bouse in Jacksonville at 10,on o'clock,A. TIER, des will present them properly attest-i i f \i
In month
each Estate
the Saturday said ,
the dead to NOTICE. communication between indebted, to
for all
of death.bath passed from facility business left with ed. and persons i
J the departed to the be- purchased BLAffCJIARD 4. two places. M. In my absence will attended will wake immediate payment toW '
the living-from be punctually '
O. M. Dormuv Eq. ,. B. ROS8, '
reaved-bark to that shriek of agony, that HAVING stock Goods in place With these advantages, the undersigned to. B.BTREETEH, 3j.: OHf' r.

convulsive sob, that bitter groan wrung and taken the store recently occupied stock with hopes by his unremitted personal attention, Justice of the Peace. ,, ,JseksonviUe1July25r,1t. 1
from the heart's core,which bespeaks the them I calculate to replenish wanted to have a to render entire satisfaction to all who may June 17. S5 FOR SALC.: ;
the articles as ,be favor him with their patronage.
beneath such may
utter prostration of:the spirit assortment for this muket. JOHN P. LEVY. PROCLAMATION I Copper Stills,nearly new;one con t

blow! embrace of death lies good OX\ Purchasers will find it for their interestto Picolata, E.F. Sept:; 12. 8w38NOTICE. By George K. Walker Secretary, and Acting'Gooerieor TWO f two bund/cd, gallons the. other, with coa* 15j j
the ,
There cold call as ...bove.uPayon I of J 1ridtJ.WJlEREAS heater of the same capacity; !
the honored husband of a heartbroken delivery of the goods.WILLIM Election wu held roth* Laming fifty gallons, which will be .'tot
an '
wife-her first her only love! Or,it maybe RIDER.Jacksonville. 1635, for the advantageous, to the porehostr. '.1 .',j
CLCRK'S Orricz..DCVAI'Cou'rr, > in May, of at terms ofO.ll '
wife of distracted husband, 35tf the next 'Concrete further particulars inquire: yn.11""'" I ,
; Sept. Jaeksonaflle1ugu.t 3d,18J election of a Delegate to For office. .,.
/ this
brie of hour Territory''1 ti V b i terrille, or a t f'
the of a year., the mother an i deeds othe I of the United States, for the I""sores, Esq.Jacksonville J9tr

and by her perhaps, the blighted fruit o1 NOTICE. ALL.persons.haviig of writing any to be recorded or Florida; and whereas at said election number, Joitru of ,May 0.

bud by the blossom, and demands against the the M. WHITE received a greater
their love-rthe having for recording ItiaUd ate
persons will leave the uoney ell descriptions
please appear. 'KHof
Individual as
deceased >
ALL other
!T MARflWBKlRK votes than any
both withered of deeds other in-
are also otherwise the or BLA notice.!
-- at short
them dohy attested, same the returns legally made to Inc sNow this Office,
are requested to present before the 1st day strumenU will not be placed upon record unti by therefore,in fcf law. I Jo ,Work In a haridsonp styli,
ROGUES! !_We find the undersigned on or pursuance trrAlto,10b ,' t
LOOK the
OUT roil to the fee is paid. M. White,. :
U the ,aid Joseph .
indebted ter
Courier and Journal next anti aU persons kind already hereby proclaim and on
following in the Natebez February any ; }
to make immediate Persons having papers elected tbe Delegate from thU Territory l&DkID.ed..BUt. otzW .
of 28th October. said Estate are requested recorded, wiU. .. call and pay for them duly next Congress of the United 8UUs, V JUltaee for ale, a,
Whites Blacks, work U done and I want m1 pay.SAIAII to the ol dinj-Manif Ax, eoo.LaA 1 '
General Jail Delivery-- payment. .,10BKIRK, } u the Given under my hand this 23th day, *"
JAMES Ex'n. .. UART Clerk.JeckegavUe "' office. ,
Murrel men D. this
Murderers Horse Thieves ,,, J.MILLS. '" $ A.P. 1$30. K. WALKER.L
V LIAM 29tft August,
in this city f UI..3. "
Runaways and all, *. jail'-4' .. JacksonvWi Jet 1,1835. lrf .A 38tf 1 ,
last off
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>" l. : Ii perceived poor Pat Roenan, slowly and, MAC N ST'EAMDOAT". : ; .! ; THE, SUBSCRIBER
l I apparently with much fatigue; (orcing has 01\II-ANV., I Southern Agricultural PUrt,

TOUGH YARN. way throgh'tb water. The first surpriseWas ,I <_ Editor and proprietor. Mr.' John Dmrh

I I "I'1 tell the'tale; aa 'twas told me" i j I f ,over, all hastened to give assistance; I solicits the of support the Interests of the, friends oPA1*!tture'and

.', 'The Rockingham, outward bound ast and with no little difficulty, this l "dead ... .. i t throughout the Southern connected State t1"J

" Indiaman, was skimming! along befo o a alive" was hoisted on'the deck. "Why,, abo4 take this method of CA T., IIUBBARD, published this work for Mr. 1.egare!; fnq? '
company week from Savannah commencement in the
a 1
Ii, fresiining breeze which had just.bcgt ito, sir," says Pat,' blowing and'eputtering at THE nj the public that they have 1 WILL Picolata runners torching at Darien,, St. thus practically acquainted year with 1828 the and:

l,}t ruffle the broad bosom of the Atlantic; every intervals, and seemingly scarcely able to purchased t o Steamboats, the MACON M ary'., and 1acksonviUe. be conducted. Its III( 'o)
, and EXCIL, which boats are to run regularly R. & W KING tion will be continued
:: stitch of canvass Was set, and jo; sat articulate, it was too bad-to leave a poor betwe i Darien and Macon, leaving Agents at;Savannah., in the same manner at on heretofore the same tare! ;4;;;;
of all at the \ in the middle Darien Week with two tow boats. with
, smiling on the countenances fellotv-kicking-his heels once very improvements as his experience
; a from the of the' Atlantic had'nt been for, this The steamb ats will draw only 26 inches of Freight payable by shippers. All slave the subscriber is mayT J
prospect of soon.escaping reg ons. ; ilk I The must be cleared at the Custom- solicitous
water witht ogood engines, in' each., passengers Journal the vehicle for dissemminaS
;, ,. of calms and variable winds,when suddenly blessed calm I'd have come up,with the company ha been at great expense t<7 place House.' i information not M
only with
::1;;' a seaman.engaged about the,rigging. Cst old ship." Here Pat sat exhausted, upon a this line of a sailboats In the Ocmulgee and Conveyances at Picolata.for St. Augustine, in readiness ; shed; systems of husbandry,regard but al t, *

, n his hold and ,fell overboard. Put) thel' carronade ; but he chuckled in his sleeve the Altamahaan patrons I>rive of the,would public.respectfully This line solicit will July 1, 1835.SUNDAY. ture mental, he efforts invites. ,in free Agriculture and and limo oeht 'a 1'

helm down shouted the officer ot; the when he saw,the captain's steward briDging be a great fa lility; for merchants who wish to nication from ns unrestrictedeollllli 1

", watch, a man overboard Aft here'cut- a glass of brandy to j-evive him. Pat's ship their gt odsby the way of Savannah or MORNING NEWS. pursuits. ''Let no one jmagine occupied that loch!! }
1< r I Darien, to lawkmsville and Macon or inshipping Sunday Morning News has been facts isolated bye; 1:11:
now or
, a*' : tees ; clear away the boat In one ;moment impudence, and his invariable reply to all Cotton to Savannah. Arrangements THE the public for upwards of three be communicated.experiments systematicTJ are I eninl

ji, '( all was bustle and excitement; small! direct and indirect question put to him ,on have been made to forward cotton or months, and if any criterion can be drawn edge is but the aggregate of !humble ?
;: ,: sails "flapping in the wind, studding-sail: the,subject,,"sure.I never bad such a swim goods without detention between Savannahand from the number of its patrons and subscribers lars ; and Science, in \\every- pay }

,',' booms cracking tacks and halyards let in born if it had'nt been for the Darien. it has met with a flattering acceptance, brought to perfection,not through the ; Ire
,,' '", goby my days,, No exertio or expense will be spared to anal the principles it has been guided by in mentality a'single extraordinary in, lei
the run. calm, I'd never have'get on board again," give the greatest despatch to goods or cotton its management, have been approved and by the contnbution ,of, particulars min,

Vie," ; The ship flew rapidly up i in the wind, carried him well through ;and the boldnessof ipped by this line. sanctioned. Ai a consequence of its increased individuals, and generally after the bj Am mu
tay for the above boats
Agents : circulation'its' advertising friends havecome he,'is desirous
many years ,theief
; the main-braces were let go, and the main- his unwavering asseverations 'staggered BALDWIN,' & CO. ,Savannah.J. ward inlarge numbers; and,as it may as many facts to record as can be
yard strung back. The cutters wore lowering his me8S a"into a half belief,of the sto GODDARD & Co. Macon. now_'considered fairly afloat,and rising on and front the planter, who is' systematic'

.the boat, 'when:suddenly came the MITCHEL: &' Darien.. the tide of public favor, it affords an admira, his experimental labors; an account of J 1,
ryTime J. E. & B. DXLXNO Charleston. ble vf hide for the dissemination of such intelligence failures as well a his successful
; efforts
orders all fast 'tis too late! Port >ti;
1 keep wore n, and the Rockingham arrived Dec. 1834. 1 as those engaged in business wishto be acceptable. If the last are worthy <

: s'; quartermaster, keep the ship'on her course 1 safely, si her anchorage in,, Bombay 'communicate! to their correspondents and recorded that they may be imitated,the orbein

;ff After' guird, brace up the .main-yard !I"' harbor. Likejall other nine day wonders, CABINET, FURNITURE WARE- [cue were. I should be noted in'order to be shunned.
The number of supplied to casual The subscriber
I rrl: :. and these\ promptly and actively, obeyed, Pat's atlventu* had' ceased to be remem 'HOUSE. enquirers, in, addition papers to the regular subscribers fellow]] citizens of hopes the South that this will appeal iol;

j r f": soon the vessel moved on 'in the even ten bered, when Opt. Graham dining on shore JAMES II. COOKE offers for, sale No. 100, Broadway kind and on Sundays, is very great, and ,,is constantly vain 11t would be 'a reproach; to our not Plan be,i

h,,': or of her course; All was ,silence and with the com ender of another'vessel in quality of York SofieSideboardeSecretariesBook ) every increasing; ,which is another proof of to meet the fate of the Southern'Review' u
popular approbation, and a sign of the attractive the last it may be justly said, that it
i : 'gloom for Pat Roenan was a univer tho roads the! conversation, turned Cases-Tables of all' descriptions- character of its and wan 10(
F,' \). poor : upon Chairs of ''and general ,miscellaneous to fall,when it was not only rearing
sal favorite. swimming atul the in the wa every quality-High post contents., oafs well]] merited fame as a literary
I MM, great power French Bedstead or Mahogany and Maple- Under these favorable circumstances the but it also people
t Meanwhile I the cause of all 1 Hair and Moss"Mattrasses Feather Beds- was vindicating the Southern tV
l' however, ter ,which a blik I man on board the latter Sunday Morning Jfcws will proceed with redoubled its from the unjust aspersions which

;i' ',, this commotion was quie perched upon gentleman's slfti displayed.: Pat Roenan Looking of Glasses Carpets=and a full furnish assortment confidence and ,energy,,in laboring been so liberally]] bestowed'upon us out of bin out

,: ; the ruder, Ipatiendy'w.aiti: g upon some and his dvcn'fe occurred {to Capt. Grahams ; a house' ever- thing necessary to to ,gtatify in all the the curiosity various items and taste of intelligencewhich of the public section.of country.in The Southern Ate.culturaliet" nD", 1 J

friendly hand to render, him asaiatance.Lt .- Whence 'wine is i in, the wit is April 7. 3w15 form the staple of a weekly: Journal.- place of the Southern some measure Review,supplies so far as th,
I The officer ,of the deck had seen' him g e out," and, on8'erablo; bets were ,laid by SUGAR' LL FOR SALE. The ''man of business will ''be sure to find gards the circumstances last,alluded to. ).<
down the and looked therein the most recent and correct information serves as a Register,not only of methods
under ] ship's quarter, the two gentle nn the result of a trial ,
upon A GREAT B GAIN is offered, in the upon the state of the foreign and domes. Husbandry, but also of facts relating I
:, in vain, ,for] his, re-appearance, of having l of the powers of the two seamen The 'sale'of a,N Sugar Mill, from West tic markets, the current of business the arrival system of Slavery., The subjects of the dee OB

j risen under ;he;counter,.and,being a good next morning vis named for the match.- Point Foundry; ameterl ef Centre Roller of vessels,' and every thing ',connected pline, the treatment, the characters of CD
I two feet two and hatfinche.,and two outer with mercantile, affairs; the ,politician will Slaves suited
are fairly to its 1
swimmer i and instinctively striking mi
; itjstantly Pat Roenan was summoned to the quarterdeck ones, one foot te and one-fourth inches- meet with a faithful abstract of the movements i constitute topics as interesting and pages

out for the 'ruddor-clains! Pat loudly and told {what was expected from with Iron cogs. lets, &c, as also a set o of parties,with legislative proceedings as any which can engage either our important own at 1

shouted'for help, but, amid the noise and him, and that it ras arranged the two,men Kettles from the.ted b Foundry in Scotland fa here, together with details of the political tention or the attention of those abroad,wlo
known the Carran the
by name operations continent
Foundry war on of Europe, and feel a legitimate interest in
confusion which i prevailed, ,his cries were should swim 'di >ctly out to sea, with'attending ranted and proof, s malleable Iron. capacity every other 9uarterofthe globe : the lover of subscriber.begs leave our in concerns'The ,conclusion:

unheard.. Being a bold and active fellow; boats to pick them up when exhausted. of the gr Kettle is three hundred varied and diversified reading will find the to remark, that if he had not, undertaken to,

and with much patience he g allons, and pro rtioned, or graduated tct"lxty means of gratifying his appetite: as copiously continuo the publication of this Periodical i it
not ,
Thou h swimmer Pam t
a good gallons, be g four to the set; all of supplied as possible ; while the admirers of most, probably, would have been either ,
I made a, spring for,one of the gun-roo well .knew he w ] no match for, the black, which with Cool s, Vats, and a Cistern to literature will be sure to discover something moved, from our city, ,or been suspended.re

ports, which, in tropical latitudes, are often and he tremhled t the conscquences'of a contain thirty ho shea.ds of Syrup will be to suit their tastes, in the,choicest extracts Whether U will be in his power to continue i it,,
of If ied for from
disposed app shortly, for at least native and foreign periodicals and in will
depend not the
kept to give air to'the various stores only on Pecuniary but
open discovery of his eception ; still,, he trusted twentf five per ce t below cost. the contributions, popular and approved the Literary Contributions of Southern Flan
the room contains, and once more succeeded that' his, native impudence* would 'again A line directs to E. B. COX, on Sidon writers. The tone preserved throughout, will ters. He confidently now leaves this matter

in getting on board. save him.'' 'And ,lo it did. The story of 'Plantation, Melnt sh County, Georgia, (as be, that of scrupulous morality, so that the in their hands, feeling a full, assurance that
Manager,) will be ttended to. most fastidious shall have
I, Tired with his exertions, ho seated himself the bet had got \'ind-the, ''beach' was March 1 2.,. ,' 4w11f. tp on this scon and the wish nothing of the to proprietor object there neither is the wanting liberality on the nor part mental of 'ourrral'l\eri'energies, necessary -,

for .a ,moment, after looking around, crowded'I with peoplj-the boats were as it hoe'en and will continue to be his .I to '!sustain the Southern Agriculturist
what a tempting spectacle presented itself! N TICE. I t'BY duty as well is his desire, shall be to ,unite A. E. MILLERPublisher
manned the swimmers
stript, and just in its column in
An act paste by the Coun well arranged and digested Charleston S. C.
Legislative 11834.:
On side tin box of the best biscuits !
one was a about 'to make the order all tha is sound and literature .
when Pat ,
plunge, ex cif of thin Territory, at Its leaf eeesio n elegant in ; Persons desirous-of subscribing' can applr
on the other an open case ofbottled, d exclaimed, "avast there brother heave to and approved by i the Governor; ,Feb. 14th, amusing in'art, instructive in the sciences to W. T. WILLIAMS, Savannah, or at tint
ale.:, Pat looked long and wishfully at'them 1835; the Subscribers were appointed ,Corn and sec wary for a corr appreciation office. 8
for minute will Y8!I"
a ; He went. to his missioners to open Books and receive subscription of passing evt its. ,
both, weighing the enjoyment against the own ship's' boat and, took from it a large I for the stock of a Bank to be located The popul ity now enjoyed by this journal, BOSTON PEARL AND I LITER.

probable consequences ;at last,"here, goes," and well filled bag, which he slowly and in this Town;; to be called ,THE D.lJNKOF will be the b< at guarantee for a careful adherence THE GAZETTE.-Volume Fourth.
to the
said he, dipping his hand into one, and .... JACKSOJfrilLE. i leans by which it was acquired; Published every week, by
lash and the
his back.: hitherto
deliberately began to ,to In pursuance qf which the Subscribers pelt age extended towards ISAAC, C., PR4Y Jun.
taking a bottle from the other, and in two "hallo cried notiO that the Books it, the most tattering to ,The ,
!I" the gazing black, "what hereby give for Subscription encouragement a work will be published weekly, eachnumber
minutes 'quart of the best Hodgson had for, the aleck in said Bank, will be perseverance n the same course.August .. containing
eight large quarto
you got dere ? I "Grub; to be sure New York pagelequal
in this ToVn. the
opened at
changed masters. Ho :'soon :began to feel Counting-Room -- to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous !
nigger 1 don'tsuppose I'm of Messrs. Blanciard
you a & Rider, corner ot and original matter, printed on superior
its powerful effects, but before yielding t as to go to sea on a cruise without Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,A. DIn WORK. ,white paper, with perfectly new type. A

them contrived to stagger to a dark corner laying in a stock of provisions?" Why o the fourth day cf May next. AMERICAN: MAGAZINE handsome title page and correct index will
and lie between \V. MILLS, Ojwd' and Jfntertaining be furnished, and the work at the end of tin
to down, two packages.Here how swim Knowledge e,to It il
long you going to How canI RIDER. lustrated Try numerous Engramngt.BY year, will form an excellently printed volumeof
he slept soundly, and unobserved by tell, you black squall, how long we shall STEPHEN EDDY, THE BO TON BEWICK four hundred and sixteen pages, equal to
the when ho his ISAIAH D. HART. three thousand duodecimo
went evening
gunner than pages.
be out ; it,won't be less week, anyhow CoTmnittiontrs success which has attended the The
pub- volume will contain twenty-six pieces
rounds, till the shrill ,sound of the(boatswain's ,"said Pat,with the greatest coolness. Jacksonville, E. F. Apri12dI835.TREASURER'S of the beat; Magazine. from the of music for the Piano Forte, &c. equal to

pipe awakened him to a sense 'of lie knew his man ; nothing could ;induce English Press, has led to preparations for issuing one hundred of common sheet music, which

his situation, 'and the discipline to which NOTICE. a periodical more particularly adapted could not be purchased'separately''' for less
the black to swim Pat came oft'with to the and
; fly taste of -American : than five
pub. dollars and the is determined
; publisher
he had subjected himself; but the common ing colors, muttering to himself, Och, an' TREASURER'S'UFFICE, ho., While it will be the object of the pro ,to procure the simple rather than ;the
..boardship saying, "swallow tooth of the it would be a thing if I could'nt Tallahassee, March 8th, 1835.By } prietors to make the work strictly what its complex and difficult.
quare title indicates it will
dog that bite you recurred to his recollection an act,passed 21st November, 1829; it nevertheless containall Although the publisher places no depeo-
and in vain endeavored bother a nigger, when chated'my.IAn own is provided that all Bonds executed by articles of interest to its patrons, which dance whatever, in the support'of it,as alit e-
having Ma
; to captain." Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judge appear foreign azines. rary paper, from engravings,yettherewillbe
stifle,his. conscience In' any other way, heat of the Count .Court to the Treasurer of the Extensive both preparations have been entered presented occasionally, plates from copper
into with
Territory of Florida and that all Auctioneers and Authorsto furnish and wood of beautiful and fin
length fairly drowned it in another bottle individual who had a large number ; ;from all parts of the Union ish. workmanship
I shall in each drawings Already have beautifully
quarterly year commencing on appeared, a
of the intoxicating beverage. The consequence of apprentices, used,to feed them day after 'the let of January, transmit to the Treasurer and iUwtrations of every subject of interest, engraved portrait of James Fenimore Cooper,

was, another: long, sleep, from day with bean-porridga, for dinner. He under oath;taken before some Judge, a copy which enable the them publishers to issue confidantly believe will executed on steel, and a chaste vignette title
all of all sale effected by him, with the amount a work honorable to its page, engraved on ,
which he awoke wjtli the horrors of the was accustomed without letting his title and to the copper.;
"boys"kDow and at what time and place, and for whom acceptable American Peoph. Its contents will be various and spirited, as
11,cat"!,hanging over him. But it, was.time it, to take all the beans out of the 1 the same was made. Now, all .Auctioneersare The J-American Magazine, is published there will be a general record of (Xcurr'b.

to think bow to escape from the dilemma; dish for his family, who dined in a I required to take notice of said law, and monthly-each and Number nU containing between ces, Statistics, Ohiiwtrr-wticev,'& .
separate conform to it, or suits,upon their Bonds mustbe forty fifty wnp octavo pages, at ,Two addition to the Tales,Legends,Essays Trav
and when an Irishman once, fairly: sets hiswitsto room,'and then ;lend t>ze porridge into the 1 instituted., Judges of the County: Courtsare DOLLARS per annum, payable in advance. cuing, Literary, and Historical
work, "hatc n he not accomplish. kitchen; for them to dine u on. One day I requested without .to forward, Sbtches comprises of -Portraits and Biographical Sketches, Biography, Poetry, &c. making an

.. It was broad day. The sun had nearlyattained' ) as the master was passing ,through the 'droperly certified and approveJ, the Bonds of of Public Building di.tinguis1ed, Ionumenta Americans ; View. elegant paper for the parlor and for the lover
Auctioneers in their possession. and im of polite literature, as contributions will b.
his meridian, and the smooth and kitchen at the dinner hour he < movements; Landeeappscenery-the

was surprised CHARLES AUSTIN, bound. secured from'aome of the most popular American
unruffled sea reflected his' beams with almost to see one of his apprentices a stout Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. less variety and beauty Of which, in this authors.
country*will form an unceasing source of in. The work will be and contain
intolerable while the : printed as well,
splendour, ship fellow struction and
looking upon entering'take off his
LAND AT ST. PABLO and as,much reading matter as similar
lying perfectly unmanageable, heaving and] coat, throw it aside, and stripping up his FOR SALE. description Birds Beasts of the character," fiSSX. of quarto paper now published in the UniteStates

rolling heavily with the swell ; ,it was a shirt-sieves march up to the soup-dish with Fishes and Insects together ; and it can safely and truly be called
THE Subscriber offersj for sale for cash, or every subject connected with the Geography the cheapest journal
of the
dead calm. Pat looked out of the port, like one bent upon performing some! great Negroes, or rood acceptances- History, Natural and Artificial re. TrBMs-Three dollars per annum, u the-
and bright idea him he the following tract of pne Live Oak hammock sources of the COWlUy,iUuatnted
t striking proceeded feat'Vetl Tom, now what are. you, so land and in "familiar paper is firmly established be paid in ad
on St. gable Creek, bounded popular manner
to act upon it. The of the'" cat about?" as vance. Two dollar for six months, to b a
fear furious "Nothing Sir! I follows viz the West
only :-on by Pablo Creek, Boston BeltJic1c C paid! in advance '
overcame-his dread of the sharks, and letting bad some idea of making a dive into on the North by Window Foster's land, on No. 47, Court Street. 71Ip4ay Boston, 1834. 1

.. himself quietly overboard, be dropped porridge,to see if I could bring out a th'S, the East, containing and South two'.hundred by';: lands of and CorneliusTaylor ar:: Editors of Newspapers throughout the v '
thirty- States
far he could who will publish the JOHN A. S1XLOWAY
as astern as without being ob- three acres. For particulars to foregoing ,
I apply
Prospectus, and notice
I vS:; served by those. on deck. It was sebtlls va n ,.A testy old gentleman was incessantly I. D. HART, or Magazine from time to time.the contents shall be oC the Real Estate and Mertkandiu. Broker, M 2$;
I entitled
JAMES DELL.Jacksonville r-ExfkaXt-ttTte, Boston, Mats. .
the first
in the forenoon watch usual the i to ToJ11De.
; as pestered by his neighbors, with enquiries Jan. 22.< 4tf Any T1.7ILL attend to the selling and buvuiff

t officers were taking the sun," and after his health, At last losing all patience post paid person, Ten remitting'the Dollar, shall Agent re'ceYv.bv mail V T of Real Estate, in every part of the

t I laughing and joking with each other, when with the most assiduous of these enquiries NOT:>EGE. copies for one year-n4 continued .i x United State People desirous of emigrating -
u aaothecan A
long one of Union to
suddenly the "ship ahoy I chip !1" "Tell persons indebted to the subscriber, u the money i. regularly forwarded. part the
cry obey your master, .said he to a servant, ALL Note Book A liberal be always receive correct information by
by or account are requested price will for
arising from the sea, filled every one with +with my compliments, that I am pretty to settle the same without delay; and well written articles fUel or drawings appropriateand ill for applying various at his office.- He will receive orders
as- kinds delivered
astonishment and surprise. All rushed credit will be at store after the native of national of ,
to well this morning, and shall continue so no riven my subjects in- at any part of the Union. Communications
the 'taflereV where: to their dismay, they for twenty mornings to 10th March/ UARDY H. PHILIPS retests 8ttb.c ripeons,roerveai at t.hia offic e. addressed to him will b.' attended f
.. ., ... coma., : Jacksonville, March 3. JOtf Dec. 2>, 1 ,:; .: l' to. ". promptly,Jaa.11835


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