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: January 14, 1836
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028424:00055
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W JSONVIL LTEf/COURIER, Bay of Naples as viewed fonVoar ship.- cumulate in a i largo'rjiassr.behitid, and rollover Watching i tho ''golden opportunity,*;\voran' laudable end,or accomplishes! any lasting! ?. :. \

I \. t EJt'IB* The bay makes a bold and ''efullweep it, forming' a cascade .of indescribable' to:one of tho volcanic apertures and got purpose.. i/ .. ..): .
* rl1BLlSSEIJ' of about twelve miles in pth and quite beauty the tshowbrs: of ,red hot stones a glance of its hidden charms. The crater It is impossible for those who have mere-, 'i-i -I

V, LCiUiI ''lWE'R'., the: same distance, across The land on thrown out*'of the crater' arjpeired Jo fall resembled ,a ''Vast grotto encrusted! ','with iy studied ,the nature of wbman's mind, to -tV'|

* itl Ylbt half yearlyapcr,8l2eentg the northern side attains c insklerable elearire from the Very heavens like shtoting stars;' cirystalized particles. of solphur, saltpetre comprehend the rapidity of, her thoUghts, :.( \,
n: I bit":-e.-Shigle',$ "per'ye j jJdrertisenient vation, rising gradually ,fn m" the 'sea ; on and the dark rolllhg'.cldudthit canopied I arid t alum1; W far1' down as. the oyo couldniach and the ,versatility her feclingai Touch '. '

dva.n rted W 'contractsadvertistng the south it swells into a of gentle the 'whole; fringed as its ,(old; were'with };and it appeared t6 be of fathomless butone :sensitive chord and her imagina<< t I

inir in ,, on reasonable' mountains, terminating will Mount Vesuvius the. golden; light from tho Crater, produced depth.' 'The ,liquid lava was chafing land lion takes flight upon the wings of the, but:. '

lit\ 8 COi"ye advettis8 ae'ntvill bfe inserted, at the head of.the bar.1.Tbe shores the sublimest! effect, which vraf wonderfully heaving against its sides like the,'ocean'surfagaiost terfly over \be proch .f earth,up into mid; :;.

i! less A.'paid No for incommunication adv .e f, '- are gemmed with villages aid'\Ulas,' encircled heightened by'the eeplnd |eavy thunders a rocky* .cum The" extreme air, ooyond tho lirk.the sweetcst.. antelligcn\: 1
in s by.nlU,may be adH with vineyards, and glowug with the of the eruption. They" re becoming heat yf the ground and the sulphurous vapors cer of BUbluDafy rjoy, higher, still bighet; ) If'

1,1, I1 vJt1tiE tP. bl.h ro, th PCupoatage choicest beauties of nature "jll pIes rises 'every moment more frequcot and vioI which were continually\ exhaled:'rendered through illimitaBlo'spdce, ascending, therc4 ,\ '
s.ed to A. orhb lent indeed were and \ur' standing as uncomfortable as gions of and glory arid thro* ::1 :
tnk 1h all be: p .1dJ. amphitheatric:one hills of I they alarrtthtly so : pence passing
, aJ ,I Svith whom fear was's and our respiration'was difficult-indeed 'our the everlasting into the commt1lllon" 4
: 1. I considerable fclevation. crowned, castles Salyatori, to sanger, ... __ gates .' ,
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J. 4J.itacie
ni' OI1fTaTP.'j,1: in and 'monasteries. Vc U AS'immJj Who was familiar with alOM"ovcments ibc and lungs wci orely" of.._saints and blessed spirit,! whose feet. '
etw t ':; ","rrr'Plll1JfJ. ,;1'4. ',!'w..." .... ( t 1f"bpp site" b t 1i"rpl;: t nt; nn1s' k\itd1 &r l tylrniitJ) xpre. m let J1t.t\ l\lUbij .& --i-w" : I" \ .. ....
sublime hnd 1>f lJiti tliat ,to lof the ttfaffaiWould ,
mnfgin riVpiWicroa / '
edhis doubts as to the possibility of our grcor ,
intermediate richly
with extensive plain .,
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>lid il ,Sanchez:!, admonMonaof orthe'sbouts' '
et n47&1t7iUe-1i ph cultivated. being able to ascend" with safety. But we heeiied'jnotUio: nature, that tho imogJnatitn of woman .

pting lfro'J...Garnson hen WkwGEORGIA. P. M., "With its drives- 4aatic excursions- had.come to see and not to be frightened ; Salvatorf akd Up uldcs. At had always this upward tbhdjncy.but alas I Iit ;
anda ,E.. noble ruins rich In classic association and the 'glorious sights wd had already laSt,'seeing our destruction inevitable if wo is not satisfied even with |he fruition of '}'..
\ remained they rushed to tlo spot wherewo' ; happiness it cannot rest*:c\fcn' in the bor .,..
the that surrounds it- witnessed{ 'stimulated :.our' feejings to a ,; '
t.ju'WATooUttle>'Esq.. P. M. together enchanting'country with Its innumerable resources- pitch'Of enthusiastic curiosity that'no danger I 8toJ;; 'rivited .with adniration, 'and Bolo of"'repose C{ ,it is 'not s fficlently'-) .'''..

at nn A-S. Philbrick, Esq." bo considered the most 'c uJd' -no fctigiie could sub; dragged [lus'.back. Then,it Vaswo were I freshed 'even by that stream whoso waters
.. :'-Edmund Russ ll.' ". Naples delightful must snot ev on r the;habitable globe. due. Thd old guide finding his expostula: awakened to a sense .r.our iritical situation :. make glad\ tho celestial, city. "Tho light of } .

tions unheeded his shoulders, -tho ea 1h'waS',heaving dthextraor some loved ''countenance'wrchanco ,in '
But as my object; is to describe the shrugged up ,
'TIS SWEET. per ry"'iolcnco-and the'tlee murmuring and the, ) 'late tearing
ilous ascent I made' 'Vesuvius. ',vo'must and said'"he would go to the bottom' of din wanting there, spir "
a sweet;when life's oppressing cares' the 'bright, up scene 'I have the crater 'with us if we' laredl"I Thus tones that seemed to come fron tho inmost on delighted\ wings, 'plunge i::downwards

' Yelgh down.our.troubled..soula, forget feebly sketched, and eunny cross to the opposite!89 challenged,:"en avantn wosthevord 5' and bosom of the mountain, indiqtcd a violent amongst' the grosser clerm its of earth. ,
r ; -we had not one m rnent to loso while -lured by tho irresist ble ,power of 1.
: Vhen disappointment i draws.oUr tears, shore where the scene changes to one.of with a long stick to balance! ourselves, o eruption : "
e, commenced the ascentini ,here it began -Uie': guides crosscd..themsdvcs, and invoked sympathy; it chooses rathei to''follow,the .. i
all the world 13 cold, j j'o the most imposing, spectacles that nature
And ?
of eir nil the \
terrific, form in'good earnest.' A: more htigueing task thb;; protection t tutelary erring or tho lost through mazy ,:
;"J -nature in its roost !
11 think:'of' childhood's'sunny.hours; exhibiting presents the image of, disorder and destruction. mortal'rnati never'uhdertotk. Thelooso saints jrrand' aVay'Ye leap d down tho windings of sin and, sorro\y\ithan\I ,to, riso ,
lido of tho mountain with I lag and rapid comnanionlcsa to glory. ,.,'>, ,
" When nought But joy appeared, while she secretly prepares that masses of lava that lie burisd e ;
strides, to die !great jeopardy of our necks With such an imagination startled! excited A
flow'rs inflamabie"matter which will cinders, and move and roll\ ith pros !
with every
eU .nd pleasure strew'd our path' overwhelm and desolate, the,beautiful perhaps,country sure of the. foot, served &s pepping stoned and limbs, as tho.yolcaiioo bi st forth,with ,'and) diverted from its,object not only

In. virtue's garden reared.' ( 'and.Villages at the base of the mountain. -when off them,we Voild sinK knee- all its fury, scatteruw its hi fo ,rocks far by every sight or sound in eurtli jor air,but
\ J and ,near with Aflfrbrco ihd whizzing by impulse of the nflectioja \ .
in the cinders but the every
ijothing ,
rl.r some land several the repeated deep light ;
sweet when in foreign For days past
II internal industry would prc rent one's falling sound of cannonVot-litonl Iy stoning us will, it is/ impossiblo that woman,in her.)intellectual
:' Far from our friends and home,! shocks of the eartbquake-the.unusual greatest on the sharp fragments of the lava and down tho mountain, ,and i iiundating the attainments should, .ever ,equal
'l rioisc and: the quantity
extend the friendly hand, rumbling had led with: its man is it for hcrisefulness .
we occu
fhere none c of smoke and cinders issuing from the crater to stop for the* slightest >se, or'to catch very ground : nor necessary ,
, Nor bid.'the' weary come, with the peculiar:"state of the 'atmos long breath,'was sure J'o b attended with floods ;of liquid ,lava. We oon reached her happiness, or ,the perfection> of>:her ;
, < of ordinary a retrograde movement! so,the ,only alter our mules, and the natural stlnct of the character, that sho should. ; As ho is circumstanced I
indicated no
, 'o.think how soon we shall enjoy phere character., With an the eruption admonitions of old native was (!onward.1 1 'thllt. was the animal, rendered whip nnd'f' >ur: unneccsn in the world it is neof; her

The circle round our hearth, the guide of the mountain most provoking,was thb apjnrent receding sary acted'; a more \ ilcntpcrsuad- greatest charms, that she is,willing to trust,

,, Where nought,'that pleasure c .alloy., S&lvatqri arid,who'on veteran these ..occasions is.ever motion'of the top of thp mo nt And this er ,than all the I tortuous invmtions ofhui rather!than anxious investigate.' t While '
, ., t was night she does this, ,she will bo Tctnenine and .
Shall damp'our social mirth. considered, the oracle, many of the villagers seemed to leave us in propc lion to tho'ef. man ingenuity j- \ .
I was Rendered at distinctly visAlthouffh .while she is femanlno she tnust bo
whenever obJect poetical.
II I the mountain drove their flocks fort made to reach its Bum every .
, Tis,sweet, 'neath'age's with'ring power, lower high down up, and moved their families to a we stopped, it would frown""down upon us ible oy the. volcnijlc light, b though tiio [Poetry' of,Life. '

I. And sickness' scourge oppressed, place' of,comparative' security, ,and yet with sullen majesty-them ment we started bright sun was sbinuig in thb heavens. 'J .
. To look,with pleaSure the hour' some distance above the lava: that destroy it, too; 'would move off This illusion "We reached tlo hermitage in a wonderfully IMPORTANCC: OFUYIKo.-'l1le) power of
t When shall be at rest. illerculaneum.. With i,tha.disasters rof was too provoking. short time, nore dead than alive, and money to accumulate at, compound Interest .
tr we, ,
\ reminds of the of the
f "' '', that melancholy event .coD nuaIly before We commenced the'asce tin high'gce! looking like young Vulcans. We found ono rolling snowballs

l Bat oh {"'Jis good, when death draws high; them, and possibility of a similar doomrUMs cracking jokes and laugbin at every: awk the delightful 'coolness 'of,the' mountaineers which in.former. dojs 'wo have scon ---.- -< '.. '

.And.pnrthly.LtieaJue.fivjeii: : > ..,- ,_ Jt.L..... t.f... U.. ......i. ./. t%,'.he __r4l1'.u., "Tell' ett4 to k.plaeo-, eers* tmmmgnjcaljh*ttnt itmwarm entertainments in our .atrMtfl lyl i nM tiogdrends'
To look to OUt,bright home on T high y..r.), villagers 'and peasantry of the Wuntaih but about midway the sowo '0 :hlUlgcdnd given' iis by the volcanic spirits commenced< the reader at
'found it climb the side Vesuvius. .Stretching ourselves on a following)
in leaven., seem as cheerful end happy, rind as unconscious was no joke lo of'
And rest our hopa which is taken from Boston
of,'the existence of conger,' as of ri mountain for seven r eight hundred couch of leaves, wo soon lost our .rad uel paragraph a
From the American Monthly.Magazine.: though in reality peace and security.reign feet'at an angle of sixty lefcrees, with its and hair breadth 'scapes a sleep ,of delightful paper,and if be wishes to' grow 'rich;, ho 1
become if he has
can,certainly so, "only as t
ed there. Thus custom and haUt deaden sides coated with loosed d rs. The laugh forgetfulncss.
j and become rcctless nnd ,and, not a word > 'epoken even enabled to much to begin with as err 'penny,
JIOX BOOK. our Tears, we away ps A refreshing' nap us : enjoy find this irt
MEDITERRAHEAH can good security vestments,
A MS. SJUTCIT A was'silent nbd'en the thunders
the that often "': mortal "
so sur sunrise
heedless dangers the most eyes ever
that glorious and should livo 'which ,
delightful as i long enough, appears :
I know of no sailing so of the eruption ceased, he fall of some of
round us.' beheld. The ran over an '
expanse .
eye element in dIe
i the lake-like surface of the blue Medi- We left ship about eight o'clock In the heavy stones cost out of the crater, alone country diversified with hill (and dale, and to bo...on. Sulem important calculation. ,
rranean, along the coast'of Italy, during evening in one of our boats, and anded at broke the tomb-like; 'stillaaM ;' then would cultivated to an exquisite degree of perfection w [ Mercury.' I '
'summer' -months. The breeze comes Vesuviis. follow the faint sound of breathing- An English penny; placed out at;compound 'I
ie a little town at the foot of Our our .with all the luxuries of shrub .
,teeming the of five
[f from the land l loaded with a dewy perm Cicerone soon brought mules;' we mounted but my'heart seemed! to 1 af louder and vine. The
that fills every sense with gladness- with bur basket of provender} and the At fast we reached'the ummit, so over studded with villages and villas. ;Na- at the Cbrtat'woutd"ln"tberyeDr

10 sails 'swell to it, arid fypu are wafted' guides, with their flaming torches, taking cOm with'the'exertion'a id fatigue, that I pies,'with its enchanting" bay animated with 1480, have: produced) ) ) ( tho)() enormous) sum) of'J200OIJIOOOoooOOOOOOOOOqDO.oooooo,.. I
long sufficiently fuSt'o enjoy every object the head dashed sank perfectly exhauatei r-nd but for a feet-
Salvatori at
the lead. we a number of" ito sails, was at our ..which would make 1100
mt the progressive.. motion of the ship un-, off in high 'spirits. It was adaat starlitni glass'of lachrymoB-chrh 1,1 pressed ftomthe Vesuvius was' in ..ourrear, holding forth millions sterling of globes, the size of our'earth in !:,.., ,
Ids. "' "lit;which gave a brilliant effect to the mountain grape, I verily believe I with all its energy and warmth-but daylight At interest It -would !
Above, in the bright beautiful"sky,;re? volumes of cnmson flame that w ro'pour should have breathed my ait And when appeared to 'destroy (koi I brilliant ,effect solid gold: .simple Gd." .. i f

sved at times by floating clouds that seto ing forth intervals of one or two minutes, I did recover,what a'scene was spread before'me of the nt.gbt-for every thing that,,vas have produced, only. 7s. ,>, "./

toward night-fall on the horizon, form15 illuminating the bay and surrounding scenery : 1 So shapeless nd so chaos-like inflammable m the dark,was rendered pale SrlcTAcLxl..Thelr position".;'on f j the ,,;,

one of Claude Lorraine's sunsets and mellow-univalled for miles, with a light of peculiar beau* did every thing appear:, t lat it looked more by the day } 'yet it was a grand and imposing head is very,important. They should be I
for its glowing colors ry : and as it subsided we hod thi comparatively like the' 'destruction or e'.world by fire 'spectacle-and the whole scene was that the ihouldiicomeai '
worn so
nts. Then,'too,: that singularly beautiful' dun light of our torches ty guide us. tbarj any thing else 'on might compare itt one that ;can never lose its hold, on one's near to tho as possible, without& inter
last-' that dimple on the face of nature, The base of the mountain is J luxuriantly comparison'we [ possible. And it memory. with eye',the lathes .and so placed t
its'groves of orange and olive- covered with did not require at effort of the irrijde fcring eye ;
fertile and is literally villages any
Fortici largo town tbanbo the
We to a as glasses.be parallel to
beau- : paper
vine-clad hills-and its numberless then the fruit trees wind agination to convert the upright spires
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and vineyards:
the foot of the mount based,on the lava when held Tq
at in.:an position. accomplish
the easy
ful villas and.white villages, in deep their roots through the fissures if the lava, of lava into furies of the mOlt iriebtful and took delightful
that llerculaneum- ft Uiis the sides ol Uie.pcct.acletlhould '
lue that bathes its sunny shores; cre- of rich hideous tho sulphurous destroyed < ,
sea on which is natural deposit verdant shape ; both and breakfasted on "eea lUlU bear the swell of the head,.about mid .f
Ites ,a scene so gentle, so'qUIet, and yet so soil at last the'crude lava'marks' the and the luridJlame that[was playing about oCleaI"and upon ):
; fruits served In the luxury ,between the the and the ears the ,
half up way top ;
nil of feeling, -that one feels disposed limit to vegetation, and covers ;the upper them gave them an oppiarance so unearthly -chria- '
flower buke'raDk our Jachrym will then look directly through the
b view it as the reflected image of the par- third of the mountain. Our path led thro'these :,and' demon-like, that I'thought myself eyes > --,
ti and'were satisfied-we were ,the the Hides of
perfectly glasses), to When
uch as paper.
idise of spirits was'- the abodes of Pluto.ntain .-
pure'and happy districts, and at first tolerably transported to very in Italy t 'The pure invigorating mountain the spectacles are' placed in ..contact with .i
he mind con elve8-- 1O imagination pic- wound mount it The summit of the mosenting was flat : '
the pre "
but as we up \
good; air with last' night's excur< the them is view,of the
together our not good A
ures-arid fancy weaves in sweet dream! became more rugged and precipitous. We a surface of abo It half mile in di- ears, so .. 1
shin & zest to our meal that few have I '** 4!
object. :
cave ; It was at the close of a lovely day in reached the u hermitage," in two or three amcter-from the centre rose a hill of a ... .. '
had the .j. hV\
happiness to experience.Afiie L ; 1 ;
rune, 1834, that our gallant frigate' entered hours. This is the. most 'elevated ,habitation conical shape,about one hundred feet high, A man" who flatters a woman, hopes either .
he of The purling twilight is which seemed be the'' funnel of the crater : breftkfMt.we rrturned<< to the ship, '
bay Naples on the mount,and occupied by some to to find her a fool';: or (6 make her one. .
was throwing ,its divine ,influence over hardy mountaineer, who (un ab' refreshments from it issued 'columnj'of flame, and grateful' l for: our preservriion:-satiafied with Women should be early taught to'think '!

and and sea.' The island of Capri, where and provide clothes necessary, for red-hoc1Btone8 that attained an elevation 'ofof the excursion' and happy ,to astonish our highly of their M* f'' for iheir, pride'often. I

Hberius passed his summers, and ,Nero the ascent We were greatly surprised to some ten ortwelre .hundred feet; The messmatea with'the recital of the incidents supports virtue, f: ; q :'

sonfined his prisoners was close to us. Vesuvius find some gtni d'armu"'luirtered here to great mass of the. lava escaped through anorlfifc I have so feebly described.IMAGINATION. ,O U1'fVI.' ,The'pen, next to the needle: ,of ?all employmieiJt '

was'rearing aloft its scorched stfm- protect travellers from, the banditti; who, at the base'of the,'cone t a portion *, 'whether for improvvment
nit through a coronet of clouds, with it appeared,, took some very j improper liberties of it flowed over*the top J this, howevet, I OF WOMAN. nrnusement i is the moat proper: ,nud beat

Hrreathes of smoke floating away in heavy with a party: a few days since making observed took place only On a great bunt The Imagination of woman may be' compared adapted to the genius of )Vome ]
masses, and an occasional body of crimson them "min 8 of the'ca h they count ing forth-then its sides were literally)) coated to a quick growing planf which I.

Tame bursting forth to light up the magic ed," and lightning them of the watches, with the crimson liquid-and uniting at shoots out to many,tender twigs and tendril A mvr WAT TO UARH 4 DV'U'rq:
:ene beneath. On the opposite shore was. and sundry other incumbraaces calculated the base, it rolled over aid coursed down '*, that the ,main stem is weakened, and SPCIJN.. A printer had a, boy' who was an '

S'aples, showing itself:through the gauzy to' weigh 'down the body corporate in an the sides of the mountains'with an impetuosity the whole plant<<, unable to raise iuwlf from incurable' plunderer in spelling, jind 'who

urtain of distance, with its 'domes, CUp<)- ascent requiring BO much physical exertion and force that ,nothing could withstand the earth,continues to bud and blossom, gave bun great trouble by his.A .ml.fnh..... .

aa, and spires burnished by; the reflected -a very: considerate personage, U jour i burying-vineyardsvillages! and every and send 'forth innumerable shoots which lid made many, eflbrts.to teach him t'and
ight of the:volcanic fires.We .' regular bandit! As we unfortunately.came: thing that came In its path. The eruptions altogether form a beautiful group'of flowers he scolded and threatened. {nf vain ; and, asja

anchored, late in'the evening,'close with said encumbrance/, android not took'place at intervals of one or two and verdure, but nothing more { while last resort, ordered him to $tf a tKdkma i

a the city. There were a countless num- uJ wish? ; to call into question the conndefaiionof minutes; with the indication* cf., violent the imagination man resembles a stately' ryinmilk; and tat it/or hii nipper, .::. I

*r of lights' gUttering in the palaces" and these gentlemen of the road, we took convulsion of the earth--aa almost deafening tree, whose firm and continuous stem, exactly .

be gardens. The fishing-boats were dancng the escort, and rode, or rather climbed, up noise, like the Soehargo of a thousand proportioned to the support and nourishment passionate temper renders a man ti u
over the tranquil bay with torches blaz- the path, and dismounted at the foot of the cannon then would'follow a dense cloud of the numerous... tranches their fit for advice, deprives him, of bis region, J:

og in their bows and the strains of muie '- which towered threatening majesty of smoke-a 'column of flame-a shower subordinate place, complete the majesty robs all of him that is cither great or: nob1!

that floated off on the evening breeze, tone oter, four head, and seemed to kiss the of stonesod streams of Urat enoujh to the utility and the beauty of the whole/ in his nature; it makes )him unfl\ for conversation

ieightene4 the effect of this {iI.b): 1lCeDe.' beautiful sky above. shake the nerves 'of the most courageous, The imagination of 'woman b sufficiency destroys friendship\ehangesfltw: ,
'from thl.lllpOtWU imposingly threatened as he is by every object around vivid and excursive to take in the widosJ lice 'Into cruelty, and turns all order'waiconftjslon.

> In of the the morning fairest scenes the,rising ofnature fin beamed a scene on The grand scene-the streams of lata which counted -' hjm.. The,sight was too overpowering for range;of poetical sublimity but unfortunately . < ._ tr '!*Jf; -
weak, 'aen and scarcely know it meets with so many interruptioniin I '
mountain in rny e8
there all ita beauties are concentrated, and down the sides of the whether fear or admiration, predominated that range, and deviates often from ia I Cannel coal' the rhost brilliant) of the bi6A.. I
10 familiarity-with .it can deaden ''one tob width about four hundred yardWseemedlike others ol'' luminous kind has' been fouod In ,GueJ i
rock at that. momenu but, I must confess: 1 proper object,to waste l iuelf upon ).
a or
aenae .ofita attractions. ,Nothing can molten gold,. ,And minor tbat it seldom attains coW1"Obio ..t, ; .
ormic importance, any .
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I :::;r FOREIGN NEWS. 1. Poland, and of all these chimeravyouwiH : ? at home!" -(If' | The Courier.THURSDAY ensued._ No
The Bee coritainsja\ der '. oil '
. It >nly draw down upon yourselfgstill} New (Orleans '
'v [From the New York'Journal of mmerce,] greate misfortunes* I have raised i thiS snatch from' he Mexican Minister the JANUARY. 14. We. have intelligei e, which Ve be
t f LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM ciuTtleJ l, and I'declarf) that on the slightestinlu Government of.the 'U. States; deprecating i c "1 may be relied on,that{ prig' Garden en

W 1 EUROPE. I -rection,\ 1 will cause Jts-cannon to the fitting ok of expeditions'. from this INDIAN AFJ. <1\IRS. don; owned by Gil:.{ is and Mr. pla6 I

; By the packet ship Poland, Capt. Anthony thuftder upon the city. Warsaw shall be country,agar st the Mexican Government: The mail ridv, Green Bush 1 t leaving this has been burned, ',tog ther with Foayr

:' we bare .even and, Havre Nov.21st: papers rebuilt in, and-ti Jt ne.It certainly. .shall never be as an which infring BU'! ment iSt'betWeen of the' relations'the"'two"of coun amity place last Mon y for St.,Augustine, return- crop estimated at'jonej I hundred, hod the 1t

; both to Saturday my thus tries. Iuiister also against ed, in ,haste, sitting that as he approached of Sugar. All the ne roes 1Ggp
London dates to the evening of is painful to me to speak to you- They protests about ,
t i, .containing it is always! painful to a sovereign to treat the capture f the Mexican vessel of war, twelve mile swamp, about half way between taken off by. the In ians i 4h.eBe, t '

I: i ,the"AIr.29th.'Barton'bad- not vet left Pane, thoughit his subjects ,thus, but I do it for you Correo, Cant Thorn 80nj lately carried into thii'and St.: Aujustine, her saw three Indians with -the negroes'take i from the top. ,

t f Is announced in'tbe Havre Journal of the own good. ,It is for youjgcntlemenj? to deserve New Orle os,and requires her restora with guns in their hands,step from the bushes! in Mosquito, maki abo ,32Q_ they

1 '21st, that he had taken his paasago on boardthe an oblivion of the past ;; it is,only tionand'th liberation 'from; confinement into the road, rot more than one hundredyards taken into their passes ion. I.L...',
Albany ;which was to sail l lI for your obedience, to, my Govemmpnt of her office end crew. ,
: him
before bin. Seeing
I packet : that you can,obtain this.. I know'that( there The Nev Orleans Bee_'of the25th;' ult, they stopped, '
December. the
;I, ". on the French first of fleet under ; dmira.1\Jackaw. is a correspondence<< .abroad, and: that:mischievous ,;, says'Xc is is 009'he determined goal and stood'still i ir the 'road. .He turned and INDIAN[From HOSTILITIES Chariestor Courier.of: ; )
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said to. be preparing for:> visit to, this writings are sent here for the purr of an arm 'of nearly 10QOO.en, under 'fled from them', as ,fast' as ,his. horse could IN FLo2
was of perverting the minds of the k. Santa Ann who has been furnishedwith him.: The aC'countsfrom. his Territory
of the world, to look after the interests -, pose pegp carry ,"v t
t k quarter of.the French Commerce. The best police in the world, ;with such a arms and pi >visions of all kinds; mid with ,Thisrepoi ;;g ned but little credit at first, have appeared n .our paper witbhut,
the frontier as cannot prevent, clandestine funds, by c llections from/merchants and : days past, have Seen ecesearily r
1' ,i! .A.'sudden change has come .over yours ; and still less aftar the.arrival here, a little after contn
, of Europe, on account of some relations. It ,is for you.to 'exercise others, as;yp 11 as donations f m those interested tory, in conscience1' ,of'the' difficubJ
I prospects demonstrations made by the Emperor! of your own police and keep the evil away* in. stablishing central ,forn o f dark, of pfck, .a colored man, from St. procuring positire information of the !
I Russia speech which It is by bringing up>>your children properly i government n' Mexico\ :.:=td the amount. of Augustine; ent out on hie-mutet's business,, rect state of aflMrs., '

, he put,forth at Warsaw a copy of which i bll Instillingthenimtotbep'rinciplesofroll- two or thre< tnilliona. of dollars." .: who; passed Twelve Mile' Swamp; ;about five: The Committte 'appointed bl the Ci'

'ma*,be.found b low.; Both the French; glop and fidelity;to ,their, Sovereign?t,that 'clock".I, ping at Derbin Bridge"),in the zees, at the late Jubhc meeting ID this e
and English papers are filled with jndig- you can keep it in the:right tP9i11.' Among [Correspond" ce'.t .Charleston? er.] swamp for]water, ,without,,seeing! Indiana have, however, juu the subject under ly'

: ':. :nation'at the" lone assumed by the Czar Janq the disturbances Which agitate Europe,and 1 16EIROTON: LYC.: 20., | orIpdiatcerg "The of the 'mail rider consideration! ,and have been furnished,'
.' avert i betwee:Russiaand: France is rep those doctrines wbfch"fchakq tb$socIAl edi. .Theflanaje.w re.in secret session to-day, report all the information whVh"could WoUnn
,! presentedto,bo'oy ,'no' means improbable: lice,Russia al I'no has'remained strong i and for a fiw' minute| only.. I understand that .that th.rgwers Indians in' Twelve Mile and request us to stat that they have,

Ie t is topic eren more fruitful of discussion bdleve.,me? reh&Srnenj that)it is a real soma. 'documents'were: received, whiletinl sits Swamp: WAS strengthened:by'' reports received obedience; with 'the 4tl\Resolution, n ..
in.the Frchct and English papers"than the blessing 1 to be >ng to this country, and en with closed doors, from the President: Tuesday morning from Mandarin,to which suited freely,with Gen. ustis\the eon .

I American question joy its protec on.. If you conduct, yourselves op the subject o f the Michigan Controversy, |: place :.Maj.;'I.,,D. ,1Iart' ,hamediately. ,went 1 in mending officer,of the U. S.fprc&Jontli t
Galignam' Messenger of the 19th says : Vellyou perform :all your duties button business station;and tendered their cooperation i S
> importance
no { any! order ,to, learn the truth of,.the,;affair from i
lead into nannouna my pate al solicitude will be extended all such measures,as might'b 'deem
-YYe halve been error. transacted. Tiere:! ia a :rumor afloat, that Messrs and QSJ
1 I d, ing the'departure of Mr.\ Barton,the American over you, nd notwithstanding what bas the President I has expressed himself deer Bynom Brush,' the.persons said cessary. The regular forces now in '

I Charge i'AtrairC .. He is still hi Paris passed,|ny G vernmontiwill; always watch dedly in a bostiU tone, on tho:subject of .to have. been, attacked.. .. da, under'.Gen. Clinch,, and'the mou
I"" .He has,however, for sometime quit- over your v jlfare.\ .Remember, well?aU our difference i ith France, since the news : Mr. Brush.and Mr: Bynom that.being volunteers under Gen.' Call, are 'deem*!
I ted the<'Hotei of,, the American legation, that I haven ivsaid, to you." arrived that Mr, Barton was certainly about on their way from St..Augustine,to Man! by Gen..Eustis, fully adequate. suWat

I and no'longar transacts business.In'an official ", Quitting Fran ; and that be complainsthat darin,1h.ey were firedupon, ; .In_the swamp by any force of Indians .and Negroes tb: .,
1' LA E FROM .TEXAS. ; could ,
capa ity., Mr.'Brent the Consul of the Congress aire,not. yet placed in his of Iadians.waylayinr.the.rqa4. possibly raised.inFlorida. ,ntf
United.ftategnow: signs passports and,per 'The Mobil Chronicle' of, the 29th ult. hands the-pqw r,to apply,a'portion i of the They necessary,to expel them from the'Temuhry. r
forms the routine business." contains the f llowing' information in relay surplus revetiu tb active preparation! for a supposed there were at least twenty: Indians, Requisitions have been made hi s

1" 'PiiiiB;'No?. 11-Evening.-The state*i tion to Texas nd Mexico1":A ship' load belligerent attit dc. I believe there is sufficient who''were on each side of the road, secreted* military'authorities in Florida onihetj, ,
ment of tl I e Charge d'Affaires of America I of emigrants i board the American schn ground i >r'this rumor;'and you rimy in the thick bushes; .After the :volley poured Officers on this station, for arms and anB- ,

having ret ived his passports is confirmed; I Mary Jane*,C )t.Hall, have been ca Qairedand infer from it u iat will be, the style and upon them, they leoeled'their. guns and.fired; I nition, and the requisite supplies have< 1

it,' in consent' ace' the French Charge d'Af ,were con emn d'to be shot at Tampi- tone of the,spec aJ|message,wbich the Pre without' eelDg. ,any o ne'in.the.direction"in' : shipped in the.schr.George &Dfarytiler;
faires, will ta recalled f Washington.' co on tho 14t :inst;' Tho charge against sident will son lq Congress)as Bpon'as Mr. which they. SAW the.flash of the when sails for Jacksonville on the.St.'Jobn',1Ii
,The'In partial( 'states; than when Mr. them were, tti ttheyBsfe on their way'to Barton's return to I this country; shall. be. BIadiane.rnshed guns, steam boat Champion, which will depw t
Barton, tb Charge d'Affaires of the United join the insu ntso; pxas,' contrary to known...' ., ,. 'Z or out into. the road before for St. Augustine this'day. No call fcr
States-de anded his pll8portt/they, were the' ,laws' of ations and.. the treaties between ,The bills int diced by Mr.: ;Calhoun, to them to seize their,horses At this moment troops' have I been made, and should,

given hint 'unaccompanied by tray'expression Mexico and the United States. The repeal the first nd second sections'of the Bynom? ,and Bru h"e-ach drawinga. next accounts show any necessity for kid I
: of.rej clot his departure, or any wish:' Minister\ of F reign, Relations.ot: 'Mexicohas"sent Act limiting! tl 9 terms\ ,of certain'officers horse pistol, fired at the nearest ,Indians!, ,and: aid, Gen. Eustis will ,be prepared to KDJon

es for a m re pacific tone being adopted on des arches to this government, therein named, (commonly: called the fouryear's : at the': same time dashing their spare: into the, troops now in garrison in this In-
complaining if the interference 9rour'citizens Jaw do- hour, and.to farwardany.additional *
theJBillta the
the part o' his Government; Itapprovesof ,) am regulate their horses broke
.. this j il! ce any indication of/ fear of the in the lairs of Texas,and, tcallingof ; posites of the PublU Money;, are made_thespecial : j through and escaped un of orms,"ammuDiti. n or: provisions tin
consequences" of his departure'would be acomprpmne for.tits rele Capt.Thompson and his order. pry tie 'second.Monday\ ini hurt. As the pistols were discharged, one,of may.. required. It isnotprobable,thfore' -
of the national dignity At the I crew of the j arreo, ,a' Mexican schr. of January ; and hia resolution, concerning the Indians was.heard, to'cry." 0.t" but whether that there.will: be nay occasion, ehta U

I I' same time here is.no fear of, on Immediateruptureat war; who.are ow under trial in'New' Or- the amendme of the"Constitution, so as any wae, killed or.not, they couldnot: tell. far'Vohfateers'srma. or supplies, toe b-
?; ;, d the,choice of. a successor to leans for pim > 'f to confer on C ogress the')power of disuibuting Several bullet holes,were found ouihhes'e warded,to, Florida on,the part,of ,ou cki- C
.tho warlik Jackson will remove most Of The Mobile .egiater mentions that there .the sue lus reveun'e ia made the 8067 two ,, zen?. ,
p the difficulties in.the way of negotiation.HowoVef .- were twenty- fight yin number, of, whom real) order for t lej following Monday. Next Brush'persons.clothesand.onethrough hat. Mr. From this, ,:it would appear that tbedu-.

: it may turn'ou vague apprehensions twenty-three ,were Americans.": ,had' been Monday, the b Ii 1 supplementary? the act ; ger has been'somewhat exaggerated
: are still caused by this affair and it is DUoL. "/ to amend the udicial system, stands?for 'Col. Mills 'with about 40 men from this we feel much pride in :observing that onciuzeni

i- possible that business may be aci4ously affected Orricx: or rut N1" OKLE MS BtiE,' -: coDederation.means; } ", .T.hisbilljvas before, the rlate.'aqd'; '' .Mandarin, proceeded yesterday have taken a warm interest ia tb
h': by It.' -, Doori lc, ".JfMl1: ; S, Sonate.labt T .nd-pro sevta.add'ageighth 1u S iD mniT* in o arch of the ladfaneiridwe: "- -' welfare of tho Floridjans,which will pnm .,
"" Circuii consisting of MISSOuri In ? : ? -.w* s ,1'**..*WHlMb4Hs)4k'* W..''nSA W ......,
EMPEROR NICHOLAS. derjitan be.untended to the j *
_! I3PEic: t or TUB TEXAS NEWS.:-By.a gentleman direct pus swamp and
from St. de Austin who dianaand Illinp i, and changes the arrange:; last ,: .cessary,We willstep forward promptedafford
Pairs, rio,"; lJ/-Alention" has beensev- Felipe arrived at stay night at St. Augustine to them 'assistance. Vder
: mont of five of the other Circuits throw:
t\ !'erotjrpea( ,made by the German papers, of this place last night Has,we learn that the town. ing into the thir :, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania Yesterday, Maj. M'Kay, aid to Gen. Her By yesterday' afternoon's mail, we It Y
of San Antonio been
./ ',speech addressed by ,the Emperor Nicho tachment of 300 volunteers assailed by a de and Delavfi :e'into; the fourth, Mary handex, cjme with 'a guard of six_men, from calved the Jacksonville(Florida))Courier
; t\ .. last,, the deputation or,Municipal Eody ofVaraaur (from the main land St. : the 31st UIL further tiaras
Virginia Juid North Carolina; into Atigwtinebringing; despatches to'the bfificers giving some "
Ma late visit that ) under'the command of B. IU Milan
\ |\ upon to city army "
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the itltly South Carolina and Georgia into of tiff from which,, however, we gather naihh{
,. which was onl) mar able.for its extreme we also learn that the attack.was partially ; place. .He ,states_ that although
the sixth ouch Alabama) East Louisiana particularly new but which leads tolie-
the he : us
severity and irritating.character. Although successful ; the Texians haying effected a sndMiasippiandintotheseventh\ diligdtly examined the road!, and.es lieve that there, is 'sufficient force none
these have not published this docu- lodgement and taken possession of bout pecially 1 part of it through twelve mile
papers rat the
? Kentucky East and West Tennessee and Temtoryita'keep J! the Indians stoat t! ,
\ too fallowing I is said to be authen one third of the town.. It was; reported .
moat h
,; Ohio. ,swamp, > saw-no s gnfc Indians. if not ,to defeat them. At all events,it i c
We tic.copy, .w.hieh'n-om'wish its: tone and spirit', that Austin when, the the battle express was stillraging-.we left for St.:Felipe haveno de You will perceive, therefore, that we are Major' Kay,,left'this morning. on his re pretty,, certain,; that they can. be preYentd!

aro Jed to may spurious t doubt that San Antonio and tl* ',Taxi about to ''plung, ('at"once. into important turn to'S. Augustine. from, doing, much, further injury, untili I
f:d.nt1eU1eD-I know'' that you bave"t.bM cans are triumphant. 'It is also. reported business. Mn\ Calhoun's resolution to re Are t was'brought to town last night.by, sufficient force of U. S.troops can be tram
to.addressTrjae, arid am acquainted that Capt. .Cook- of the N. Orleans Greys fer the report of the Secretary of the Treasury Mr."Blaii: that an Indian ported thither j amply::competent to briij
"with the contents of your intended address; pn the sutject .of the reduction and : was yesterday ,eve them into proper subjection.,, .
fell in the action :
early Capt. Morris bay "
but to spore you from delivering falsehood, ing been promoted to Major.; Loss the repeal of the duties! ;with instructions to rer ning see near Messrs.Palmer &Ferns' present The schooner George & Mary, CaptSley s

dcsiro -that it may- not bo pro. ouncod.-- part of the,Te ans; two killed and eleven on port: a bill, :'&t.' was taken,, up't to-day,, on esta! lishmentone mile from Mr.:':Blair ,. arrived ''Sunday evening last, bring
Yes, gentlemen,it'ts to save you front falsehood wounded loss. the \ the motion of 1ilr. Davis, and ,was finally plantatio: ,:and within .seven of this city. '
of Mexicans, not '' five hundred stand of and quantity
for I know that sentiments yet arms' a
your agreed to, after |a brief discussion between Mr. Ferns ,
: the
known but '
; express were considerable accompanying nan to the
iioteuch bellevthem says ammunition sent to this Gen.iwtie
asyouwiah'to 'me e i DIr\ Calhoun Clay. Mr.\ Da"bavlQ place by ,
as fifteen. were lying dead at one of the place where he said he aw'the Indian
to be. how an I put faith' in themwhen at the' mencement withdrawn ; commanding oflfcer of the United Sbtti

you held the same language to roe on lieve canuoae in the. We truth have:and every, reason of the to above be bis objection, Mi} Clay seemed to think, it there. a m >ccasin ,tra.tk-an'Indi&Ji sign._ 'forces at Charleston. at the .reqneit'ofovmilitary
the eve of the re'vohtkm ? ,Are. you; not accuracy might be rendered ,necessary, if ,the'Land Col. Warren and Maj. Hart with115 men;'setoff officers.'
intelligence it baa been corroborated ,
the f4me.n.., wbo talked to me fiveand'eight arrival 3 as by I Bill,should pass, to retain the duties on at dayl jht this morning to'scour the hammock We tbd
an today.Natchitoches informed
are CaptGen. 'Willey
years/igo of fidelity and devotedness silks, and wine; kvbich, together,_yielded where'the Indian 'by
Dec 20 was said
I to'have
1835. -
and made the finest ,: t Eustis designed "to send two ..coupnie's'of !
me ,
.. protesta* ; about .half a/mi ion last year. Bu| 1lr.CalhounlnsisUn \ been seen ,: '
MI' lions 01 attacnment,ana yet, in a,,very few that the revenue would United,States troops to our assist
*'' days committed the violent actions .j'he New' Orleans, most ? Thg out of the Treasui all which, it/proposed pan anticipate. volunteer
y were raising .one or two hundred .
Alexander who did for ult, contains an .account of the: butchery, The residents .
Emperor more you and the on the banks
pedgiaghim if to lay. repealing of the St.
oft in too most manner any number of whom Capt. Willey &e.-
than'an Emperor Jlussia ought to have barharqus TampU b Johns'
bill on the table,jfj;on examination,it should from this place to, Picolati i have -
done, who heaped benefits who co, of 28 men, part fan expedition which removed ously offered to bring On, free of eTpe-
upon you be found otherwise Mr. did
.Clay not
their families
had. from New..Orleans persist to this city;and to te
to aid theTezl Man and maliJIlembark
\ favored you more than his own subjects, gone in .th.e.opposition i to the positive instructipn d rin. ,that actl'v'preparations were. ,
and who rendered nation Ds.. Of those persons who Buffered Many,of PlantatioMwe rid i>
your the'mostV coBjaujej in he rcsolutionwhich entirely said ,forces, amply proricled ,
( ;
[ flourishing, happy-rthe Emperor Alex 23 were A merlcans,,3,, Frenchmen and 2 he intimated at clip outset.hhQCQojinue. abandoned.,. Considerable, 'alarm 'has, prevailed arms, ammunition} and provisions,ybea ft.*
[} -ftadonrraa treated th'the brae sUngat. Germans.The Mexicans;'it is stated, fir- daingthe last few .
ed titrt T to increaseon"JUbj the dsy: Some famMj Florida Herald of the 19th ultimo, contain
..etude; the guns victims \ eoure.yevbielaAir. : : iir t j.J! : '!>JI\1:et J> lamben happ ha_! the incorrect Btitements of the forces ne
of thus .
You: never, could wake yourselves"e\n1 persons rendering ta tate In reference to tLe confimia-- my ;-l"ent: IJWllipr" : /
'. tooted 'with your most advantageous pos.-. a; umber\.9r hots neceasarytocandeath ss tion MrtTtiney. and 'Mr.Barbour: I and safety jQ"tQe night time, Generals and CaH; whlcbTwe iw-
i 'I., tion,and; tithe end, became the destroyers their object appearing to be to make have observed that be b very much'engaged': fought by repairing,to.our. city. liberty tb correct in'our'paper of the 31st.*

yourown happiness, ,thus. tell you them, suffer as much,as possible; After in councl WHhj'bis'friends, but I know non t Many other reports,unauthenticated,of In- ,reached Charleston, and,receiving 'ef sad, .
the truth, in order to, throw a true light they.>vere,all'dead, a.jit.u dug and !the ,what, subject t, 'tJ? ;ould I pretend to thins navin tHien ae.n'at'tvioUi p-laces.lie-; to, Which its statements were notenGhprevented I
l upon 'our relative positions, and ,that you bodies thrown in promiscuously. In a I. give aq opinion as to the co.urse.fie intends tweinfaiu, end Picolitf 'and St. Augusfine farther of the l

may knew upon what you have to depend; subsequent' paragraph' however, the editor to pursue \ what L. send to you!is merely kte, l la circt>) ion, and we wait anxiously"for, ure. Those a prosecution statements. of:

for I am:flow seeing and speaking to you f&1\ : one of tho oft.rfvb of the'day, which, wbtherI'comytsuniFae a .their!.fiitatu;>npr confirmation.: : erroneous Bob .
foftbe.finit; time since the disturbances. ,.e have conversed Kith aeveralspeetablemerchants re- :3t or noV must reach, Herald, ao doubt, induced'' Gen. .
MrV.Hag&n Bringing
Gentlemen, we require actions,. and not who have received '.you frob.nlanjfj: ;quartersuid; 'reapqyqu, the mall from .Mica- suppose the forces already;in' FloridaW 1 .
t intro words should letters from Tampico, 'who represent the : mop,,land a ; ccpress from Gen..Clinch '' '
; repentance come from perhaps in a more.exceptionable .manner. arrived sufficient for its derenc ;'al d the Fn'taI
the.heart ; speak to without circumstances of the death of the 28 men of Mr. Kendall in this city last night; He '
r you anger, The uonunsjtion u not yet brings rru-. ..the Charleston Courier to say ** !lujhe
and.To'must perceive.that I am perfectly who were shot, as entirely different from sent in.. There is not such an .immediate "iaprj,I Ihat'on'Tbursdayj&'i'Tth'uist:;ibnie'ln'diaar'liurned article' "the danger"to*
calmj I have no 'rancour, and I will do what' we have' stated, and that,the barbarity ;. hurry for that,asfor the judges,whose presence ) thestorehonae near above,that "1U beII
'. In which our Informant alleges against the Camp: the people of Florida are exposed,
lI you good even .p1t yourselves. The if they I4J'8. confirm e4.wm be required %&$of the '
Marshall 1 Who stands before you,'fulfils my Mexicans*, i in this* case,as quite unfounded.-, at the opening of the,lelJU. r. the house in which Mr.tp1&te"noger.-th. sane somewhat xaggerated.' '
intentions, seconds .all and also A letter from American TherefSt Rogers, Gen/Thompson We of Char'they '. .
my views an gentleman at !Supremq Cqur on Monday week,.. assure the citizens ----
watches fair your welfare [Este theta words Tampico dated 14th Dec, which followa no doubt, a,strong personal feeling orating p- Lien Smith; and the .two others'wen shot have the warmest thank of the p*** ,
the ;.members' the deputation bowed to i the above makes complaints of the in The Indians fired a ftwshota J
of Mr.
great .favor Taney,aided by the at Camp King, .in this section for the interest nu a"
the Marshall] Well, gentlemen, but whateigntfies course pursued by Americans i in,.attacking Influence of esteemed friends,, and I aball. and were iu turned fired upon by the soldiers their welfare that the arrival of troq*fl
these salutations ? The first'duty that place and expresses surprise that the not be,surprised if,be is confirmed. 1.1l' Hagen also'states that he ,and. '
heard that and1I'oul
is to perform one's duty, and conduct ourselves American Government,does not interfere, Cols., Parish .and volunteers would have been
like honest men. You have, gentlemen and prevent the fitting out of vessels and Besides other nominations by the President from Bellamy with, 181 men be hailecfwith joy by: our citizen.
,to choose between two.alternatives| troops The letter closes: by saving. *AUIeM1bJo of the TJ mted States, ,no'Y. said: to be Middle ,Florid, had reached .the. vicinity It is possible that th* ing to .hi.h y
either to persist in your illusions: an independent merchants in Mexico wish for before the Senate, U that of Amos,KendalL of Camp Lang Syne, Gen: Clinch' are pose alias been exaggmte/d, 1srta" ,

kingdom of Poland;.or to live peace, under whatever form of government to b; Post Master General and James Head Quarters. On Saturday Col. Parish our deliberate; i., that the rtet
J tranquilly as faithful subjects ,under my the nation may think fit to adopt; and it is C. Pkkett w'be Fourth. Auditor, of the I with 30 m: .n, discovered about the fame ream opinion "

i -- Government' If P.you persist in your dreams really nexirig to think that our security and Treasury.National[ Intelligencer.; bet or IJLCllIa, ;ehoi en seejag'tlxSt 'whiten, the udlhat fet even that the tai danger own; Uxensb has been haft tho ed j I

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of!*the numbers and prowess of' from the North, to spend the, winter month. The sprightliness of countenance shown LIST OF LETTERS, PICOLATA HOUSE. '11ij i I

ioolel. It seems that they have de. and their money in St. Augustine ne-we can by the sufferers during thai whole day, and REMAINING in the Post.Office at Ja k. 'The:>nder ?gnd wspectftilly announces -' ..

,d with this last remnant of their na- assure him of what he 'must.himself begin to while the goods, were disposed of at leas County, ion the lit to the Pnblic; that he In. '
than ninety cent'undei their first cost day of January 1836-and if.not .taken out J111ML tends opening, early In October the .
with the while man, a last.dew see, that the course pursued .by him, is such per ;. \ell i '
fight was both animated and entering. One oi in three months, they will be sent to the General Hotel known as"PICOLATA Hovsi The build I
battle In a hopeless defence of their as to defeat its object. 'We:sincerely wish as the merchants whoso store jvhas' utterly destroyed Post ,Office.as.dead Letters ing having been greatly enlarged, will com;: "* I '

eir country, ,and ,the Well to St. Augustine and tie I fortably accommodate a [
their homes, ( hope we was in conversation'with another, D'' ,K numerous company, <; / I )

ental mound where sleep the moul- many friends there,) and we feel as much interest romthe' ruins of whose house some boxes Chester Dishes, ,9 Zeph. Kingsley ,2 Table the Rooms will be, well furnished and the : ,

bones of the 'sires 'and'slaughtered d in the welfare of East Florida! as the of almonds were saved. Who almonds James Buckland, John) Kimme. country richly afford.supplied with the 'best, fare' the'r'! r'
P. Brown
vi Each red man seems resolved- toe Editor of the Herald possibly can, and we were, sold for seven and eight cents per John William Dranin,,. Joseph\ B..L Lancaster Picolata is situated on the St. Johns river," !

+his life u d "11 as possible: should despise ourselves'1 'by personal, orsectional box.M It,Is a pity ;that sucb a sacrifice is C M' forty miles above Jacksonville,and' eighteen: i '

ent on the banks of thecoocliyo'A'mi made of your property,"said no. I don't Colt &;Bouroson.Villiart William J. Mills "9 miles West of St. Augustine; _with a stage/''
mot could ,
or we be
engager any res, "
e care for it, said the otherM 1 feel more for .H. Carole 3 William 2 communication, requiring only a ride of three I
xura river,and the final induced.to compromise our veracity,by concealing those who have not'means retrieve their Jane Ann Clarke Ann Mangham McKay', 9 hours.-The climate! is-remarkably mild I and 1
of our forces, and, re-crossing of then the danger to whit cur'people and losses. As for me, I shall M able to have T. F. Clarke., John McLean.. balmy,'and being exempt from the humidity, 14,;a' )

the face of a i exulting and banteringr our country are exposed. my affairs adjusted nextsp g. Ill soon D .P' beneficial of the sea atmosphere, has I proved highly >; '/I ,
to invalids ,
such we 'a: 9 told .is the fact, not. "- get over it.-N. Y. Herald.\ rVm.'8.; Donaldson, Francis Piles, A aary affections. laboring. under pulmo- ,, \ .M, I

i the' ,of the Regular I In our last number we i ted upon whatwe Doctor P. Downed Thomas Penney,. A Steamboat '
ending c large. ( running between this, !
Our latest contain th lnf rmationthaRog Philip J. Dell. Pritchard, week:
then papers
supposed sufficieit authority, that Betty place and Savannah. 'deaira-j .
] and of the vo! unteert across the river, E Pinckston. every '
r Indians Gen. Call intended to rail a 1,500 men by r B..Taney: of Maryl d, has.been Samuel :R ble facility for communication ,between they t ,' '. d I
of Eagle
led the fire 1 ie ,) they seer? : ,
to be drafts from the militia) and eta to the aid > S. J. Euba k lliomas /a :
: : ; ; RlgI", \
ildened to extend theirs With d ,
emb these -
the r i"
: ,
e become: of Gen. States, and Philip P. Barbour, f Virginia I F ? W 'tliam D.1\oU.,, advantages, undersigned oj .; : : .
Clinch. 'Mr.Robe Bicelow ,
farther, nori, ,;and, ,nearer to St.:,Au-,; QuarterMaster 'I' S hopes by his nnremitted personal attention,1 rK'! \ I
L. & '
be Associate
e G.
an ,Judge of the Si rreme Court. Fleming, to render entire ; '' I
thai is consistent with of the 'Fourth R gi tent, Florida satisfaction to all who'IDa .. "> h
L5 and this place I Ifety. Vlililla whoe Powhattan Ellis, now Distrtc Judge of the Charles- 'E. Flinn. 12irchiiald Edward II. Saw favor him with their patronage, :, ' '.".. I 'I
a gentleman statements ,
;1 upon 'G' Sauaders
MaryE. '
I .
I United States for the District Mississippi, JOHN ]LEVT..i .; '
r (wish nomeanslto! exaggerate our reliance can Kv placed, oU eI'called upon I Graham, John Q. Smitb. PicoUU, E.F. Sept. 12. 8w38/: ,' 'I" : ,
: by :
5 was, some days .nejubjated to the John 't' .
us te say, that our Isfonnait mtsi| have been ago : I ; .
r nor do we,believe hat any thing has, d'Afiaires 'of, ted II Irittpn George fl Richard 'Tevbridge '
,, In the intention : Charge the JIi States to \ NOTICE. : :
oeleiJ.ta mistaken regard to of Gen GuiU'auden''. ) 4 )'t' :
irreureel.ane todo 410; Mexico.- ,. I Doctor E. John G. 'I.r, ..
Call,;in this particular7 MrT fiigeTow states ti' Co-partnership heretofore existing'i ": ..
of John G. QuiT. t.twbThJnin- THE !
muci'prefer the charge ... ....
re would These nomination. have&6t yet been'acted : the tianSe ofC?CviKiii*'&Co.'ha* '' :.I. ...
D. S. Gardiner. W- ,
that Gen. Call, not two kours he start- \ "'-.. .
should be preferred against us been dissolved by the death f } .:
reration before on by the Senate._ II J< < '..ELI.I"ItW'U.1., ; ,
that of having by' our incorrect state- ed from Camp Drane, on his to Talla- solahD.Hart, n'farren" LI AMI. All persons having c mends against '

hiltur citizens into the belief of a hassee, said, while f in conversation,, with Mr. Bartont"u may be',seen by referenceto saao Hendricks, .\., the said and'ai firm are requested to present Uiej \ ,'" -,
a woe i persons indeb ed to said firm / f
Summerlin and he J. II; I '
James M. Harris
e Capt. himself sincerely Vood- ,
the column of Foreign Ntws in this to'make '
jad/ratal.tsecunty when. :danger is at : ,; rn m. T. Wood. payment the su scriber, who,1a. C'
Jame. R. Houston. TheopUlus
regretted to le ve East Florida in such an bar having demanded his passports has : Authorised to receive the' '
re- san
doors-rand .of having prevented our ? .- 1
and condition 'and'that ISA H D.I1ART. P.M. jfCURRIER.' "'-
Js in our sister States from extending to exposed defenceless celved- em and left Franc, to return to the ,/t .
four day of heed, voluntary and' timely it was with the greatest reluctance .he" did so, United State. \, 'N ICE. .NAVembe1O,1835... .. "' \. J

that he did not! expect,it 'would be possiblefor 'ha elains theiJOlJVF.IWOJFJVde. '-14ALL
Lhen delay is death to,many ,of us, flex ALL persons ing against NOTICE. t
him with' troops from Middle The Georgian of the 5th,inst His of the la .
homes and and ruin .to retire says -: person. having den ii ids"against the< ;j
to property
irland-bn our Florida; as he had heard some houses had Excellency, Gov. Schley;! ,has appointed ceased, and all per ns, indeVted to said es- of NARTFMOB1 IRK, deceased,'

; Robert M. Charlton of the'Sa. tale, are requested present fceir claims and are requested to.present theni duly attested '
Esq. Judge "
been burned b Indians west of the Suwan ,
alarm } make of eir debut to F. J. JODJeo.
times" of such'excitement and : as -
I payment to the undersigned, on or be ore the lit day,, '
Court of the Eastern istrict Geor- I
thousandvaried nee ;'and he had reasons to believe,from in perior of SON or St. Marys, or /. O..BROWB of next and all persons indebted
resent when rumorsreports February to
a ,
transaction inilation forma.tion'ce1ved, ,that the Creek Indians gia, rice John C. Nicol, Es resigned New Orleans, Exec itors. 'i 'JJUDSCtN L said Estate are requested to make immediate, .
I of the same are F. Executor. '
the Florida payment.' I< >
would down ,people
while the fears and credulity of come I upon DEATHS. ,Deo.3d, 1(335.( :: I 41tf JAMES 'H07JKIRK/)
and that all'the forces be could power L Ers.
believe west, > .
i l induce them to, magnify and WILLIAM J. MILLS. I t '
{the rashness and infidelity of others, to bly raise, would be required .to protect that In thi.,town,, n the lltl inst. Mr. John N TICE. Jacksonville Oot lt 1835. 88tf", ., .r
about 80 shall make appli tation to he'next Coun
section from'e, ravages of the Creeks. Uptegrove, aged ylars. I II I
hand'diseredit; we are,,aware of the In Macon, Geo. on the Gth ult. Mrs. Mary ty Court of 9olv nbiacou ty,(which will NEW STORE. ,
the above statements ; :
Warren confirms .
lulty-nay almost impossibility of giving I Col. E. Russell, wife ,of Mr E and Ruuell of be held on the first Monday in April next) ?. .
of I made to us by Mr. Bigelow. that city,'and daughter C >1. David Wrightof for a division of the Cattle of ABEL 0. LOnnty THE Subscriber' has Just received a com;

I public print, ,. correct statements every. Mr. Center I who arrived in the Steamer Greenfield Mass/sged S PER.late of said c de< eased ;'all per assortment of EnghA.and West, ft+ '. a
motion and matterneceaary,tobe known. In MacomL Missouri N r. Richard' Williams sons having claim against iiid cattle will India Good, and Gfrocm'M,which are offered, ',. .
Florida yesterday, stated to,the Editor, that for sale at the lowest .. (
lie conductors of a public paper, we feel of Deerfield Mass afod 21. render in their I ac nuts on or before that prices.J. ? ;
responsibility which devolves upon Gen call, after he hid left Camp King on In flangorMaine.' while on a visit to her time. .AMES EDWARDS. r. LEVT';, ", 'j{ I
jreat Picolata
his return to Tallahassee, received despatch. friends, ,Miss Maria'P. Baon,,of orwill, we, through fear or favor,or sor- 'T .

[motives, flinch from giving totle} ,public es ,front the'Governor' and requested" Mr, Mass; aged 23. N TICE.i R. ,D. GREGORY.. .: : 1 i

Center to inform.Gen. Clinch that he would Attorney and Countdlor at Law.HAS ; ., I
information which,"upon sufficient evi MARINE JOU: INAL. SIX' weeks after ate, will apply tothe t
orreand which be ready'at a short warning to join him with .. the'Judg 'of the :County:Court of opened an:offloeJn Jacksonville: ,' for' ." '.
believe: be ,
ce we to : practice of UiPEaw in the '
several \
forces from Middle'Florida. .jACJcsoitviitiJINCIRT' 14.ARRIYL'D Duval county, for l Ie tell administration on "
rever/unpalatable to some, may be deem- is roar or the estate of CIIA1 \ OFT, late of said Courts' of Duval and of.the1 adjoining coun1ties. 1 ,.\, I'\ t ,
The following the latest account we ,
accessary to be circulated (or.the public county, deceased. JOSIAII FOGG. % "I' I '.' '
have of the depredations of the Creeks. I I He himself. that all business' : 'L" {I'I
seen, Deo. 10,1835. Ow42 I pledges ,env ,L i
Jd in this crisis of affairs '
our' The Milledgeville' Journal seps--J'The: 10th-Schr.:George &Sl ry,Willey,firom trusted to his care, shall receive prompt and I '..: '.;i
bearing in mind, e''liabl1ity.ofu., elite Charleston. ,' I: diligent attention '' : I : ;
Indians NEW GOODS.
of insolent depredations of the Creek 13th-Steamer Florida fisbbard. from Ba- .JacUoavlll.J4&I 1Z rt 1Gr -: :tt: _.., .. : -,
mistaken corrected the statements --.tIO\t""i't -
we .
SCf mttAb.. iaaewaing ip.1 't artiilhAift 1 T--* r -*'* 1m'tlab.ert' It Yeceirea.' rrotd '.
i t'lortds. Herald c Uie Uihlulty-injurious frontier A letter has been laid, before us, CLEAR T New/York, a' 11 supply of. Fall and .,, .
I we then feired'.theieitatementa might, containing the information that on the 16th Jl Winter Goods, consisting of. BIJWCirARD'' ; .
10th Schr. ker for Savan purchased t :
|re, to the people of'East Florida, without I ult, a party, Indians: were discovered in nab. Davenport 120 barrel. best,C ai )lour, HAVING stock of Goods in this place,' .
100 half do Vo do
unkind remark upon,the Editor of'that the Cbickawachee Swamp supposed to 14th-:Schr, ,George Jk wy, Willey, for 75 bbl. Pilot Urea and taken the store recently'occupied by ', :" I

We indeed introduced the article amount to 6 or 8 men. A party,of whites, 30 do Irish ItatmtL them, I calculate to replenish the ..tooklth \",'" .., : ''I. ,
r. of about 7,or 8 went in pursuit of them'- DA. such articles 'as may .anted to' have a' "
that with,a p'layj of words upon 20 hhd. New-Englsad Rum ,, I ,
paper While advancing towards the Swamp they good assortment for this market. 1
ST. AcociTiirx Jan. Arrived Steamer I
4000 Ibs Bacon;?, :
caption of the Herald, rhich, with i the I overtook an Indian who fled from them ; Champion, Dorry from C larleston,bound to 4000 do best Soap, ,, Cr Purchasers will find it for their interest) ', '

agreeable sensations naturally produced by they pursued him with dogs, when a large Mobile' 10 quintals Cod Fis to call u above '.y
orrection of his statement, seems to have body of Indians suddenly appeared, killed 20 kegs Goshen Bu r, Ural, ,oh delivery"WILLIAM of the goods. .""' i f '

the dogs and assaulted the ,whites. The MEDICAL N )TICE. .40 bags best Coffee RIDER. I
Editor's ,
flow from that ,. pen, the ready ,Jacksonville,SepV,8,1835.! ; ,35tf" I
Indians were successful in their attack, DR. EDWARD ALDIUCII, Mess&Prime Pork j Molasses Sugar Rice, ,
all and bitterness"-for in ,;
; a subsequent driving back and defeating: the. whites. Mackerel, White Dean Rum;Brandy Hoi.
tier of the:Herald, a half sheet, which by The whites retreated with the loss of two A GRADUATK: Or 'THX MX IUL'cotLIOJ: OF'socrn land and. American Gin, Irish Whiskey, NOTICE., 'of rail' :"" '
has been mislaid that we cannot : ,ciao ii: Wine., Porter Lemon Syrup,&c. &0. THE having disposed ,
bye" so men killed (Wm. Ferguson and A. Perry,) I stock of goods to Mr. WlitiAMRIDXR I"
hand it appeared\ a most missing and four wounded. 'Having choten: ,a perm *cnt location at. ; and .
w put our upon pulanimous one A large assortment o COD Goods-Boots having taken store'lately oc!

and lugubrious personal attack ,The citizens of that section are embody'( Jacksonville, Dm County, & Shoos, Crockery, Glass, Stone\ Hard. end! copied by them, they cheerfully' re'commend'their 'i'

on the Editor of the Courier. The indiluai ing, and wait but arms, equipments and; OFFERS: HIS SXRVICIS IN rH., rRACTICX OF Hollow wares, Ac. &0., customers to patronize him. '' : 1 e

who has for the last six weeks furnish-; ammunition, to'put a stop to ,the Indian MEDICINE, BURGER 4- OBSTETRICS. Cotton,DJ gIng, Twine,Rope &c.All 'Mr.' Rider is fully 'authori ed tot kettle all I t
understand there our Book i accounts contracted ia; our store: ,
depredations.Ve was ID" Da. ALDRICH may/be/ found at Mr. I. of which will be sold at the lowest'cash .
editorial matter .for ,the Courier) is pertly business. Those indebted to nit either.by i : A
some complaint that the arms had not arrived -
D. Hart's; and will be ia4y,*tall hours to priced. M. L P1NCKSTON. j,
note book account to call at
& acquainted with, and friendly to Mr. although before this time they have or ,are requested ;
attend to calls f :: Jacksonville Nov. 19,133. 29tf his store and the without
delay or>. :
pay same. ,
old, and was particularly careful: to say probably reached their destination. We Dee. 16;, 1835: / 42tf suits will be commenced. ', <(I
him-nor would he now do not ,know what orders the officer in }
'thing unkind of DRY GOODS, GROCEHIE8 Ac. BLANCHARD dRIDER.tacksonriUe .
itice; his anger ttemanli attack, had he command of this patriotic body of our citizens NOT 11E. Subscriber 'r..pectfu111InfonDI the ,'Sept. 17th, 1835. < ,,35tf ,
bas received but we trust they are of THE : :,
'Weeks from da shall apply to the ,
Messed the magnanimity to acknowledge SIX that be has Just returned from
such a character as will allow him to adopt the Judge the.County Court of New York, with ''entire new.and..M1.. 20,' 000 LBS. OF BLACK MOSS, :f H

Se error of' his statements.Indeed the most efficient measures for the relief of Duval County, for lettirs of administrationon sortment of Dry Go4ds an Hardware aad Cutof .WANTED. .* ,' '.

r Mr.,,Editor{ with what a wonder our fellow citizens that quarter." the estate. of'fJMAJC/1.FAULK,1 JL* lery, Shoes and ;Hati' Groceries and Provisions THE 8ubscribe..ill ourcbase th'.:'above 'I{ f

is facility you threw,yourself upon the' retried said, "County, deceased.DE : ,' Drug. and Medicines, Crockery and 'of Black Moss, if delivered: ...

rights'of the unfbrtunatethence charg- THE NEW YORK Flu-ODO of the IPSEY, BYNOM. Glass Ware. And lopes by his attention, to Savannah previous to' lit October, in,large, y

of greatest scenes in Castle Garden and the ,January, 1836. ; Cw40 merit share of theii pttronage, and assurei or small quantities, d"

ig us with a desire to take, advantage Battery, which is a ,general depot for all them, that Us Good il1 be sold at a reasonable J, W..MOn n ELL., ,

our misfortunes,and with a manifestation of kinds of unclaimed goods. Every hour EAST FIXmiDA price for Cash, or ia barter for country ; Savannah, June 17. 4w37.,'. ,

malignity in gently correcting .your errors, the burnt merchandize, as it is excavated HAIL ROAD COMPANY. produce. : H. II.,PHILIPS., .... .. .
'wales It is indeed ill taken the' 'and Is hereby ..given' tl.at. meeting N.-CAIH peIdfor Cotton, 1114..,D..r _, NOTICE '4j -, I
PZ crror'a" .we,hope. out of the ruins, to Battery NOTICE ; SklnaTaIloW' .no haying. iai4. aoalnst thsv + '
rr1ou &.. ,
. great misfortune to be ,often in error, (we emptied along side the other: piles. Now Stockholder: of'0.. East Florid actucgr SII.Tc. nFAC.TOHAGB > 'ALL atq bf Mrs, CLEMAXTlJEaAU, ', ,. r
No I
Rail Road will LeWd the first J 49tt' ,
OG : ,
Company ,
..AW not what'other misfortune the man has and then'ales are made for the benefit 01; of TffRt dee will present them properly attested. *-
the under writers. The auction sales are Monday February, 1836; std o'clock.P. and all indebted to said ;EsUt .
eference to in his phillipte, for this one is the most animating I ever saw. The ladies M. at No. I, Commercial |Vairf, in the \lAt1ot 7 Jt COMMISSION' will make immediate persons payment to j iSI,1'. 4

nough in all conscience; ) but when the pro- also crowd these. Why should they Boston, to xhooee Directors fur the year BUSINESS. 4' W- D;' toae. v ,
ensuing,agreeably to the set of ineorporatioi Subscribers intend '
of is calnlate.d TI/E establishing on July 25 1835. '21Hf; .. f',
remnlgation erroneous not? On the first day several' astonishing BAWL S. LEWIS, President, firstNovember, a branch of. theirHoule Jacksonville- .. ; '1

to'bring suffering;' and, wide-spread I bargains were made. Whole pieces of Boston, Nov.24,18357 .42 Charleston, 8. CC_for the transaction "

sin over a whole. Territory. we never im- fine linen, worth a dollar yard were sold of Factorage and Commission Business,, FOR SALE. 'I
fined that the misfortune .otha1ing' designdiy for two dollars a piece. Probtbly twenty NOTICE.; under the firm of W. Kiss & Co. to be conducted TWO Copper Stills hundred,nearly new; on. lOa f
yards out of the piece mifbt be as good. W.ebfiom date shall I by their partner W. King,'and wouldreapectfuU galloM. st
made could ap heater of the capacity the other
< -or umdesignedly them, or SIX : ) outlining !
ever the rest bronzed and burned.: I saw the Judge of Dnvu County offer their cervices in both the which, "Ul..
gallons '
tight to exempt them from correction. trifles. cities of Charleston and Savannah to their fifty disposed
vast quantities go off at mere As for letters Administrati in on the Estate of of at terms advantageous to the, purchaser. I "
The man who is conscious of acting from soon as the ladies ascertained that an auction CUARLESfOYTfdeeeiMd.. friends and the public. For further particulars] inquire of o. peso. .'

ue sad sordid motives is, generally the first was beld at the Battery, and bargains ''L. CURRIER. R & W. KING.' In"o'fhite.nU.., or at,this effle*, I
>> .
Savannah OeL
Jacksonville Drc.3.. 6w41 5,1835; 2w30:
>charge such motives upon others. We were picked,up away they wentin droves, JacksonvilJe.Mayp. JDtt. :
crowded round the damaged goods, and I -fl-
link Heaven ''that in our bosom' dwells a
offered tremendous prices. Some were BO WANTED .
tuna till eontcU ran',*' and tat,. such base that they out-bid themselves-diey hereby given' to ell persons, that the CLKBK'S Orricc-DcrvAt Cccrrv, ) this Office, an apprentice to the Pri.tlac '
eager IB AT
sensations u the Herald falsely made against absolutely added shilling upon shilling, Commanding Officers of the different Jacksonville, August 3d, 1835. j business, fifteen Or status jean old, .

*,do no Injury, but'recoiling, overwhelm without any competition. Guard Stations, have strict orders to arrest ALL persons having any deeds or other of good moral eharaeter and tadostxions bab.

eservediy our accusers. We impute to tie To-day, but especially to-morrow, we and detain under guard. all slaves and free .. ofwriUBj to be recorded, its, ia such an one liberal eaooursfemeai!". will. ,
will leave the the be offered lit' J'
please tot recording "
: earns the dud. or other instruments
actual service and ia with
ladies the
slip ia crying M peace I peace {when there at the Battery. We advise the company will not be placed upon record until of,all descriptions Printed at .
all and to bid like Tenseance. their owner or overseer. BLANKS -
attend by means- the fees is paid. at short notice.IT ,
is no peace, and holding up St. AngusBe No if give the Persons are therefore requested to Work 4
matter they poor govern Persons Having paper of any.kind already Also, Job in a, Iundsocl.atyli,
particularly,as perfectly secure, and we Sufferer double the worth of the article themselves accordingly. recorded, will please call and pay for them, and OB reasonable term '". .,.L'- >

'pe His and will continue to be so-if we aold. They can put 1& down to their char. JOIIff WARREN, u the work b done, and I want my pay. V Justice Banks-Deeds-Bils: of La-; ,

*y, his object ia ,eo doing, has'been to ince hyDOt folly-end take credit according- Col. 4th Regt. F. J,. ISAIAH D.UAAT.Oerk.JackjonvUlf ,., cJ1 -Man1t..w..,.,1tAsr. reonstantly, 'nJ.:ai.ffiee. >
.,. ".. F, ." Jadtsonn le, ioc l3r 1 3Sr Aug. 3.- -:20tf U1J1, .< ,. .*.. -rr ,I
* tome ,
UvaJids I .. ,
visitors .
and other to on 17. '
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: tiny, td be )Jongitfg for*: something And, nor works;begot a bob bCthe gener- -equal to sixty duodec mo pege9b-ot
r I gratification of doe set of wishes but pre- al appearance, but deeper and broader than ,tMe method of CAP1V IIEBBARD, I laneous and original matter mnonwhite
'soul for'the'concep- bored 'a row of above 'Qm any tak\\
tbe'urisatiated an ordinary piano; add with JerfecSjS.-
part e "" old JL the that, they have 0 ,aweek from Savannah paper,
'child 6f ; In thiS informing public TXTlLLnut
tion bf ;ahotberJ. Tiro a year holes from. ne end to the other. MACON handsome title page and
and noisaottier' purchased two:Steamboats C the "Yo to Picola, touching.,at, Da.nen'iSMR."i ; correct indlt
and of'differenVagesV
Bleep, be furnished and the
wants little but? God box six of seven 'swine are placed? boats. to run regularly Jac onville. ork-at the r 01
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al-It. I ,
ie'it,,supplied With a sufficient from the sucking pig to the Darien and Macon, leaving '- : "R. & w. KING,. year, will form an exce l lently printed A"d

,, Hi" ticeVf.either: ,ol''thove' ry,excellent' gruff boar? :xpltingjri \Vinebo : In thisway's Darien between once'e week-with: two,tow boats. ,Agent at Savannah.. of,,four hundred and si teen page, t 1

: ''wiD ;ijbaji'H i .begins .whimpering or yelling ecalo'of'voices:,is obtained... The The steamboa i ery will draw only 2G inebed of hi; .. All slavepassengers three thousand' duqdec mo pages
Freight payabfe by The volume
.per will
the :
t. i jpeay.bo> for.lug other. At three tails of each tomato are then drawn through prater with tw good engines' m each ine, must be cleared ,at the'Custom- of musIc'' for the con ain twent',,;I ,
Piano 1
young urchin becomes enamored .with sugar -, the holes 1 in'he bor, and the lid closed, sd, company have )ten At great expense to place llouse.' one hundred of i Forte &e

plums, apple pies and confection .- that half a dozen tails bang outside. Whenever this line of ate mboats In the' Ocm iIgee:and Conveyances i l' S_ t. Augustine', in readiness conldjnot be purchasedthan cbfnmo sheet ': S6Ti<1

t At six; his, :imagination runs,I upon kites, Paddy wiches'* to playj. 'he 'twitches Altamaha and iverswould respectfully( [ solicit at Pi ole.ta. five dollars) 'and Se separately
\ marbles and tops and abundance' of1plaT.' each tail rapidly and successively, and mu", the patronage jf the-publio.l This line will July 1,1835. mined to procure the simple. publisherhdt.?d adv
I' the wants'tdleaVtf( be likes.- I be a great hoc ity for merchants who wish to ; rather ,
tlm ::At tjerf boy sic begins; and lasts as long as complex and difficult. : II Ad
and have nothing'to do but cd bird nesting .When tired,'ho just'libentes the musicianstill ship their goo s by.the way of Savannah ,pr SUNDAY MORNING NEWS.TlIE Although I he, public ads
m : et places
:Macon or
wkmsville and
he Darien H tie
and, .bWckBerry'hdn'ling.. 'Atfifteen' the< of n
wants 'a beard and' a watch, and'a: pair and tvheii'th&twitchidg' : is emertlyand shipping have be jft'made'to'fotwardl\ cotton ot the public;; for upwards .of three rat/ paper, from Its eng avings 'etha" miletAll :

''j! I. Wellington: "'boois.; ,At twenty ''be wishes,! Bkilfullyd6ne"lhe. m'usicjis; ,charming., goods,without etention between Savannahand months, and if,any criterion can be drawn be presented beautdfl'worplate; s
, sometimes and
/, to cuta,figtu ro and ride horses ; I Darien. from the nunber of its 1 patrons and subscribers wood of : hip tees!
t COHPLaHuTlBTr-A old clergyman| No exertion r expanse will> be spared to it has nit with, flattering acceptance; ish. Already have appeared a bean' err

dandyisrnrnndisdmemes i ; i ; and a .ratbejr,eccentric/one. / withal,-whoso< f M. t sadl to.be in lovo,'aud takesit for'granted field of labour was a town in the interiorof shipped by thu lifte..Agent its manage ent, have been, 'approved and executed steel,knd a chaste: vlent ,

I that aU the ladies are dying for him.--The New England, one,'Sunde y: at the close ? for,I ie above boats f sanctioned. |As consequence of its Increas .pageengraved contents orV be copper'.1.Its '
of'twenty' .ofive wants a wife; ice"to his BALDWIN. & CO. Savannah,,, circulation! advertising friends have will various aadei{ ,
i young man of liia sermon: gave n eorigregaytion L. : numbers 'andas it there will! be aeeneral t cord N+t'S"
!' and at thirty:he longs to be 6ingle ngtutf.FromahSrty that in the course of the week be come fowardi4Jorge i ; may ( of OCCL
ex h Macon, Statistics
: ''he to be rich ,J/GODDARD: -Cq., now:\considered' fairly afloat, and rising on ces, Obituary Alices; &c'&e';
': to forty wants pected to go on a, mission-on a missionto MITCHEL&,Coi.Lirs, Darien the tide of public favor, it affords an admirable : addition to the Tales,Le \dsEssa;rT' lr1fSt
and thinks'mob: making ''m 1ey"tban' the heathen and tl \ tears rolled down J. E. & B_ DxiEifoi; Charleston. vehicle for 'dissemination' of'such in- ailing Literary' Foeitive and ': .
.spending it fr'ntyut, this' time also, be the good old n an'a c uek as he s)9ke.i- Dec..1834.. '1 telligence aa th'ose'engaged in business wish Sketches,Biography, Poetry, &\ mad l !,
jft"politic and .wants'office.: : : At fifty: members of hie turch;were struck < to'communicate to their correspondent. :and elegant paper for the parlor,and fvr J theofpohte SaJII
;\ he"|; rants excellent dinners and ;: pi.talwIne with alarm and sorrdw at this unexpected SUGAR BDLL' FOR SALE.A customers... literature,.#s contribution! .ffl

; and considers.d* ; reap;ui the afternoonindispensable ahnouncement >f thejr i beloved pastor, who GREAT BARGAIN' is offered,'in the The .number of papers su lied to casual secured from some of the most popular A, -

The respectable old gent had for so'mi iy yeas' been "instant in tCl: sale of a NeW 8ugax\\M1l1,.from ''W st enquirers, in' addition to the,r gular subscribers rican. authors. .
deman of shtj: wants,to,retire from busi- season-and out >f seat n? amongst them Point Foundry; ameter of Centre Roller, ,'on Sundays, is very pat,;and is con: .The work? will\be printed well.anJo" ;

nssa.with.asnug independencc'of three'four or and one of th I'deacc: ::9, anguish-- and two feet two and Jones half inches,and two outer stantiy increasing; ,which is c other proof of tain,as much.readmg' matter as' anyiiin
q hundred i thousand.- marry his tribulation,, armed f Why, my,dearly, one foot tei tone-fourth' inch;- popular approbation, and a sig a of the attractive quartopaper noW: 'published''in the UaL T
daughters set cup his sons n and lire in:the beloved: Ie tl havenever.told usone'word with Iron cogs, p jute, &c, as also a set of character of its general s ad miscellaneous States; and it can safely and truly be etD
and* then for thee, rest of his life you Kettles from the i loted Foundry Scotland,; contents. the"chewiest journal of the kind.. 1
t: of isoefo !, AVhat shell J
; t 3,
known by name o[the CarraivFodndry warranted Under'these favorable.circumstances thSundayMo.ungrNpos .TrpMS-Three dollar per annum, u [purforei
he wants to belyoun again., do ?" '",Ob,- i dea brother," said the | The is' establlshed-to
> y Iron. firmly be
and proof, is malleable ; cato will p Geed, with redoubled paper pwdii
: ,r, .with___ Aa__ trrekest_ sangfroid.' tt.I 8..1.. : 1..1..1 __ !_ Two dollars'for rslx'
parson. n g I p pliCny ogallons tb e gr... ,K e...'" to th tee, "un..."' .. confidence and energy, in laboring vanCe. month.b jn[
:qQ I ifpa SLEEPING lit' .CHURCH.-A few don't expect, to. .outivsteril. toto'. and pro omoned, or graduated to to gratify''the curiosity,'and taste of the public paidin advance.' ,

sears o since, an elderly, clergyman.inthe; sixty g81lon; be Ii foto'\ ;the set; all''of' in all the 'various'' items of intelligencewhich :Dosto.,18. ; I son
westenKpart of this country",'speaking bf MRS. SliER 00D'8 Woass.-'An Ex- which, with Coo rs, : a. Cistern to form 'the staple of a weekly journal ai
thV solemnity''aitachdd:to the ministerial jtract-" How ns is' human exis- contain thirty. b she ds'of: Syrup, will be The man of business will be sure .to find 'TO TIIE rpunLIC'THE Laipar

office/said that'during !Ulie whole' term of tencej t and bo\ uncertain is every: thing disposed of; If ap iell for shortly, for at least therein the most recent and correct informa; SUBSCRIBERhatg'puck
that he 'had officiated 'contacted''With!it I *W9' look around and ,twentyfiyeperc t below cost tion upon the state'of the foreign'and domestic : Southern Agriculturalist from ill
forty or film years, ''had'" but once behold the cart thronged/with multitudesof ,A. linedirecte, t Eo'n. COX, on 'Sidon- markets, the current of,business, the arri Editor and proprietor Mr.,John D. Lti cor

ii S therein' ]gravity his never,On that occasicm the human' ce'r. pageants of ,an Plantation, McI osh'County; Georgia,.{.as val of vessels, and every thing, connected solicits the support of the.friends: of Agra J
%i been disturbed i in pulpit. r )will b attended_to. with mercantile will 'and of the interests nu
i he hour all : tbe"pnrts ,in the 'great'drama Manager, 5 .. ; ture, ;connected witi
while engaged in 'his discourse, > nlayi g March 12. 4wlt with faithful abstract of the for
\ the;, curtain ,., meet a movements throughout the Southern States. Hel
life ntil/w length "-
of '
noticed 'a man directly- in 'front"oC'himleaning ; ; 5 aOTFCE I of parties,with'legislative proceedingshere published thi, work for Mr; Legare from wn
\ averf the railing of' the' gallery{ falls, and 'they pro bard of no more.' .. ? ,,together'With 'details .of the political commencerpent, in,the.year 1&23. andli
vjrUh'-bometbing in his hand, winch be f5ucli is the history bi man. Like a shadow -" I '. operations on, the continent Europe, and thus practically acquainted,with the> ,moa, them

moon discovered to bo a'Urge'quid of-... tobacco ho is seen far a nnment and then vanishes .cil of this mtory, 'at Its;lut session every other 'qu'atterbf: the .glob : the lover of which it should be conducted,. Iu pullic
,"just iakeri 'from ,his mouth. Directly forever. liana]ne' may linger for awhile and approved ,b the". kovernor ,,Feb..14th, varied and: diversified reading will find the tion will be continued or the same tem an
; beldv yt'int a"'man 'who 'was, in tbenstan't in the me if a few fond friends, 1835;the Subser' us'' were appointed" Commissioners means of gratifying; his appetite as copiously, in the same manner as,heretofore:wilt n M
babitof, sleeping meeting with but they are too.perish ible,'and,like him- to op ri'Books 'and receive sub- supplied possible.;while the admirers of improvements as his expedience: : majiugp RIb

hi.*bead"leaned b_and his! moi tU wide self, will finally to. do +n, to the tomb; all l( scritJtion for the k of Ii Bank to be loca- literature will be lure to. discover something As the subscriber" is solicitous to make t

fcThe man ,in I,the gallery ;was, intently alike i ,to be forgo tcn" ted lD this Tow bealled Tllfl' BANK to suit their tastes l,1n the' choicest extractstrom' Journal th vehHle for'disseinminatingiiK.
open.' and lowering his OF J/lCKSONV E. 'native 'and foreign'periodicals, and in information! not only with regard to (t1

hand and tang raising an exact obeervatidn, till, I AoyicE TO 'YOUNG P.UEftTB.VO: not In pursuance f- which' the Subscribers contributions 'of' popular and ,apprqved lished systems of husbandry but also em fe
I writers. The tone preserved throughout will mental efforts in : and Ilortd
at length having'got it right, he let full) the decorate your children ith expensive fine- hereby givet' :e l that the'nooks'for' Su'scription be.that of scrupulous morality, so that'the; tare, he invites free Agriculture and, unrestricted come| cc
This is fo le into-which most for the to k in said Bank will beop.nod in
grand > '
of tobacco.arjd i it fell ptulDp'into the ry. 'fastidious :
? quid i : most shall have': ill thing to' bject nication from *!! iJersonr occupied inltfTMLBT
cal T U-th cQuntinS'R
mouth'of thq steeperpelow I IThe une- youpq"I'cr' !' fe.U.baDoa.t.lw ad.sa tb1aJ ttl' to ems BCtre ltd tt.e- ll1t1vt1.b" proprtc? punruta et-pu ntg1DI"manotnlJ' :
pected intrusion of sd unpalatable a mouthful that, !where you,beh d a father, ,mother, of Messrs. Bl d.Rider: corner 'ot tor, as it has been and will\continue to be his facts or isolated'experiments are too trivial!
qyyake thevHleeperJ:andbe,was neyer.aft and one child, you: generally discover Bay and Liberty Beta, at 10 o.clock.,A. 1\1. duty oa'weH as his desire, shall'' be to' unitein be communicated., AH systematic,knot
\ 'three fools in the hou ." ,It is a satire on on the fourth da f its columns in well and '
terwgcda1 n.o.ug: to sleep I in meeting. MILLS arranged 'digested edge but the aggregate of humble paitir
human nature'' to ref ect,. that the cradle ti J. order,.all that is sound and elegant'' in liter; lars; and Science (every department,
trAM .
,!l; .'t'rici, or.\NoiO; :Coif TEXDERE.'-A' and coffin, our entranc) and our'exitj;jAotzZJ 1 PlJEN RIDER.S tore, amusing in art, instructive in theNscien- brought to perfection not through the;jj* tla tlc

nrttl@i9f; .,ib'p. mat t Isle, being brought be scenes of fantastic foppeta: of 'which ,IS IAH D.EDDY HARJ.!.'. ces, and necessary for a correct' appreciation mentality of a sin eirraordinarypuid.tby

before a Court,in Krossachusetts,for assault neither 'can be'cons ions. The "seeds'of Commi"Wner; of passing events, the contribution of particulars by BW c
asked if he or vanity 'aresometimcp sown in the.cradle ,The'popu arityt now enjoyed by this journal, individuals, and generallyxafter the laps J
was was ,
and battery, guilty whoJiftefwards complain Jacksonvillei E April 2d,i 3s.'TRE4 will be the nest guarantee for a carefultadhe\ : many.years, he ps desirous therefore,told
I be the .h \Y'difficult :
? Guilty r exclaimed by parent t
not powers J
guilty t fence to th< meansbJ.hich it was acquired; as,many facts ta,record as can be furpuntand
he,making demonstration of more it is to wee them out. .U ELL'S' 1OTICE.: and the'pu,t onage hitherto extended: : towards f om' h8 planter,\who, :is systematichis'experimental (
fight;:M brit it'man, right'in a free coun: it most oil I
I the. .flattering' encouragement A labors, fan account?
try to' knoc'j down any body heplases.wldoutbcin NICE LADIES- .he.! .nice, old lady ,in TREA RED.os OFFICE, I perseveranc'e' in! the'same course.' failures well i his. successful effort, i 1

f \' guilty of salt and batthers, I'd Virginia, ,who ecru eel through the floor Tallahaue March 5th, 1835.BY : ,J New, >York. August 1C. !acceptable,- lithe last are worthy of ben
f 'ax ye ?'" The court answered this ,in,thaqegatfvd. and fell into the kit en, is but one among an act past 21st November, 1829, it r recorded that they may: be imitated,the ib
.. t. Pat, was 'a little at' 'a loss whatto many of the very n ce females with whichour 11 provided that all,Bonda xecuted by GREAT NATIONAL WORK., \ should be noted In Order to be 'shunned.

say. ,.He did not like'the word guilty' country abounds. We know a good' Auctioneers;shell be forwarded by the'Judge I AMERICAN, MAOjAZINE, '', The subscriber hopes that this appeal to>V
andyet t be gloried too'much in his'character' ladyi'in'New'Jersey; :.wjio whitewashed e.1)thewood ) of the County CpUt to the Treasurer of the Of useful and Entertaining tdle il- fellow'citizens of the South; :will not bi'
she burnt sod another in Con-' florid and thatall Auctioneers I Knowledge vain. It would be roach our Plano>f
of a boxer; \visbJo deny the,charge. ; Territory ; lustrated.by numerous Engravings: a\ re
necticut who used *'jree times a z to shall each commencing .on to meet the fate'of the Review.
\Ybilo ho was hesitating what to say, a gentleman day quarterly. year '
of the bar.wh !pered.io him to put Bcour the nose of herfrom p dog,to'keep him the tat of January,'transmit to the Treasurer BY Tlfl: : 80S 'ONBETPICK'\ O IPANY, the last it'niay be just1..v'aid'that' it was rt'
of.1 AWo Contender f Nollegen soiling the dish ut of which'' he ate under'oath, taken bbfore some''Judge1, a copy TIlEiccess which has attended the pub fered to fallwhen it>a not only reirfflj*
in a plea who his meals. The sam :good lady took her of all Bale'effected Iy him, WIth'', the amount the best Magazines from the us a well merited fame as a "Vj""
the Irishman was ., Southern
tenter1 said
I" '
ye and at what time and place, and for whom English,Press!has led to preparations for issuing but it was also Vindicating! the hIts
througb'a'apkin ring to
Bbelalah than own food keep
better' acquainted with the hiT
the made Nowall Auctioneers & periodical from the which
same was more particularly.adaptedto unjust aspersions
with .law. Latin, f;vhat'8 the 'manin iv if from coming' iu contact: with her; lips- are required to take otice of said law, and the wants and taste'of the American public been so liberally bestowed upon us out of :

.that;F*' '" The meaning is that .you'll not \ CPA [ Y. Transcript. conform to it, or suit upon'their Bonds must While it will be the object of the proprietors section"of(country:- Tile"Southern t'culturalist"
contend with'-the1 country." "Nollegen be ins tnted. .,Judg s of the County Courts to make the work strictly what ifs in, some measure supplies ti
tent r ye,". said tb a accused, turning to the few;'days since tw of the'sweetest'' are' requested( witbiut. ; to forward, title indicates, it will...nevertheless,'*containall plane of the Southern Review, so far&"||
bench=that 'is'to:say, I'jl) not contend young l dlvlth who' .wore,,acquainted droperly,certified! and approved: ,the Bonds of articles of interest to its patrons, which gards the circumstances last"alluded to.',
with' the whole country ; but by St..Patrick ,- were"accosted by'an'old'I woman,,who Auctioneer in'their| 8Se salon.HARLES. appear in foreign Magazine. serves as'a'Register not'only-bf methofii
I" spitting on his.hands, I can whip told them that for a' 1lhng; each, she AUSTIN,' Extensive: : preparations have been entered Husbandry, but also.of facts relatiDg: tot

' three ir.ye at the, same time.'' would show them the; husband's faces in of th Territory of Florida! into,both, with Artists ,and Authors to fur- 'stem of Slavery, The eubjecfsof the
any Treasurer
,t a 'paior.wate! ; bwb hi! being brought nisty; frpm all parts of the Union, drawingsand pline, the treatmen, the :characters ofpagee ..

To-JloiRow.'Vbat is the meaning of theyexclaimed, ; LOTd 1 we, see'only, our '$100 ,REWARD, illustrations of every subject of interest' Slaves, are ''fairly 'suited toils > an,
It id the old which the publishers confidantiy: believe will constitute topiddeas interesting' and fmpod"as
? It is which own faces I" !\Vet1 woman,
the a period Monroe
term to-morrow om'the
Jail Coun
t enable them to issue bw
a work honorable to itstitle' which either our JP
any can,
,. is always approaching: ,but which never ar- !,'those 'faces will be- ur- husbands''whenA ESCAPED District of'Florida, a'prisoner and acceptable to the AmericanPeople. tention Or the attention engage of those, abrgadetfeel

,.HveJtjs jtoati&rtion/9f: | time which are married'r i byr the name of JAMES S. SIMONDS, The American' Magazine is 'published a legitimate interest,In bur: concert: :
04 -woultl'helmbeyWtd: ete Dlti1rs'ueb'thlng'w -";i ,r who-Wa comtnltt djto' myjBustody on.three monthlyach number containing between 'The'.ubseriber begs leave, in 'eoncloaK*
\}'conceivable | it is a mere nanjo! ; A JPtwcTUAt.CfRRESpoNDsirr: A'married indictments foub4'br-the grand jury'r'aid forty.ind'EIt f USpWal bctaWpages; *Two &o.emuk' tb.t3f-k.-hsd neap.

1 a phantom,'a word, which'represents nothing gentleman in/the/ East Indies is lathe County, on'\bt' several charges of murder, DOLLARS per annum, payable in advance continua thepuhlication of this Penodieai"
1 a't' a thing upon which dependence habit of receiving] lengthy and aflfectionate piracy, and larceny1,and 'made his escape by It comprises-Portraits and Biographical would have been either
Si I should M placed. In fact,there is nq such epistles from b'eivifo hi Europe. These means of false key( on the Hartford the 14th Sketches of diaU1Ruished.American.! ;. Viewsof move from our city; or been to*?*'", .

thing as to-morrow ; '(oral) which ia done be'never opens, but carefully lays them by, insL' lie is a natty of New ,(Con.) .Public Build agy Monuments, and improvements Whether it will be in his power to eontiaoiif.. bn
in the" world lube work'of to-day. Ye tied 'up and '''labelled according; ,to their a mariner and has been for several yean,in J Landscape scenery;the boUndless will depend not only on the Pecunitry

who have any business to 'attend to, any dates, in order, on his return, that his wife command of trading" and wrecking vessels, variety and beauty of which, in .this the Literary Contributions of Southern'ters. "
conmanded the S hr.
and at one time Lydiaof will form this JIIa
flilfil to aeknowJ should read.them to butt all of a.lump. country, an"unceasing: source of instruction i: He confidently now leaves
to* obligation about
duty any Ha'Ii of
Philadelphia. ears and gra fica on; Engravings and i in their halide, feeling'a full assnnne
t ledge, any unfortunate to relieve any sick fire feet five r six inches high,hu a Plaou"
age, descriptions of the character, habits &C. of there Is wanting on the of our
console bear it in mind forget not that 11ET 'Y M -Or, all,other views a' dark sallow complexion vcessary
to down cut guilty/ Bird., Beasts, Fishes'; and Insects, togetherwith neither the liberality nor mental energies .
we'should never defer'till to-morrow,what man, may in',tide grow tired,: but, in the ,but from close confinement for several every subject connected with the Geography to sustaip'the'Southern Africultaw1

maV.be: :done to-day countenance of women there, is a variety, months had becom somewhat palehas are History,(Natural and Artificial resources A. E. MILLER, pUblither.
', '*Tomorrow for business,"said Archlas which seta Weariness at defiance The diviDe mrkablescar,?: on iis head and some scars of the country,illustrated iu a familiar Charleston, S,.C,;Dec,1;1834:
to a Courier" wno delivered. to, J W'a very right of beauty,says Junius;; is the only about his face. Ha is. well known in New and popular manner, Persons desirous of subscribing canto ar ,

iroportaint.-letter,, at '.the'.moment be was divine,right -a man can acknowledge, York where his wife's connexions reside Bernick Cot p W. T. WILLIAMS,. SavannsVrat
about to sit at, table.. JTo-morrow never and a pretty woman'is'the only tyrant he I will give the above reward if he is secured No. 47, Court Street office, _8 ,

dawned pn bimno.,was slain that 'verypight is gotautborizad: to resist.: in any Jail,.in,tha United States, or the. TP" Editors ofNewspapers throughout the "
-iurgard'a Translator. same reward with all reasonable expenses if United States,whq will publish the foregoing CABINET,FURNITURE 'W'.&BE.

..l..t: :r ---- r" -,- '- -,. ,A ,writer in, the last Knickerbocker, in delivered. to DUP Key Weat.. Prospectus and notice the contents of the IIOU8E. '
; t !tjSULllfct FOB. cuf' Hallo, George I* describing doubt Bays ; ,M he was so thin THOMAS l\STIN, U.,$. larahal..' Magazine from time to time,shall be entitled I JAMES H. .CQOKE, No700Bradnh:
t't, bawled an wkwudrum.aueldntaix.foot. as to raise a whether he had fat Hey West, JW125.; 1835. to/the first volume.. I York: offers for sale every kind
er the'other day, to a boon 'campanion i enough on, hisTrame tb keep the wick of : Any person remitting the'Agtnt by mail, iuality of SofuSideboardsSeeretanw'Book
I've/sold DqU.MThe'deoee you have! existence bW1 ng." NOTICE. poet paid for, Ten Dollars, 'shall receive eixcopies Cases-Tables of all de.crip6

replied George.MY es,I sold him for$60. .i persons'indebte8 to the subscriber,,, M the money one ye&l-ud regularly continued forwarded.u long i Chain Bedsteads of every of qualityHirhFrench iiid Maple'
No'Jon..NFunlsfuo. But AL. Mahogany
.* Whew1 1 Vpose you'll be able to'treat'onI opening" itl .. by Not, or Book account,are re A liberal p,rice willli paid for appropriateand Hair and Moss MattrassesFeather: Beds'.

i bead, pC it."' "IN ; I didoj exactly I sell y6ur oysters.with..1 myrazor.- 'Is'.no' *fun}'' at aU.T .* averted to settle the same without delay; and well written articles,drawings, !illus.trative :- Looking Glasses-Carpeto- and i''( '..

i for rash, :buVJ Rot two other.. doge' sex no credit will Ve'given kt my store after the of;national subjects: ,. in. sortment of thing accessary ta-funisa j
change;which the same thing: .(cash, death is will' *hear fltafrsfi-'c no denial.aathering .i. ,I 10th March. ,, lARDY'IKfPHILIPS. teresL I SJY10"rece ived jjj[*>**<'! a ou.se .very,' :i'',''..' 1 :ktL't bi /'. ,- ,
l 3'-15'
; I f .ypuknowA ft." ofrichea u a pleasant torment Jacksonville,Much 3. lOtf Dec. "" I- April ?.

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