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: February 4, 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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: .] ,LE COURIER. ,. ,THE "SPECIAI, SAGE.u" our difficulties with France, Swill bo recollected once. 'To give them an 6 Opportunity doso .i. ':
< Cl A WEEK BVTRM that on the return r Minister to I tracted difficulties! with France of '
pVBLtSHXD, MESSAGE Wojyfrlnh RESIDENT TO our and at all events to chit their' final de forbearance i
'&cf m.m ti, m.m3mma BOTH HOUSES OF C OflGRESS.Received to the United States, 1 cafeed my official termination, and tho'grout] they intended under accumulated :wrongs, and of ';:
) half f approval of the explanupns he I had to the, generous confidence in her ultimate re. ,
arpayable yearlyin occupy instruction! 't:
1--$4: per y and react rejrretiothe Committee were given tour turn to .
and Justice she
advance.-Singl h pa ers 12'cents.Adgbrtlsernenta .. given to the French Mmiste of Foreign Charge d'Affaires which adverted ; shall now be permitted ,
.on Foreign ft lotions in Affairs were to withhold from
to be made public. A the French to allthe us the tardy and imper- I
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se fdf and contracts loth House. commencement of the present feet ,f
ad rtiiing 'on reasonable Government had noticed the n sssage with- i session V Congre Th indemnification which; after years of '
'I otade, for yearly [MONDAT JAmt'x' \\Q out its being unicated it result, as you remonstrance and discussion had t,{
I term;. No 'adverbs ;; will be inserted ] officially havo see \ is a dcnpnd of an official writ- been ,at length i
was not doubted that, if they ere disposed ten solemnly agreed on by the treaty of ,
form of
unless paid << a melt expression i ts, and a direct ox-;
eommonicati mall be ad. To the Senate land ofRejreseniatives: : to pay the money due to u they would planation addres to France with distinct 1831,'and to set.at naught the obligation it ::
All. may a
dressed! to JV.CORRI"rler ; R, publisher of the Cou- Gentlemen :-In ''my /1mecage|{ at the notice any public explanatior of the Government intimation, ithis is! a lint Qua non.- Imposes, the United States will not be'tho .-
only ufferera.
opening of session !:informed outhat" of the United State u the same Mr. Barton h"yi The effect vof humanity '
be } in
= to
paid. your ,
cases, ? ,
postageinar ... .... / pursuance his and religion' '
But to.u, ltituto<
--', '*-- "' O' -- .. Our Charge d'Afiairea: at-JParis: had way. ,contrary to these II-founded instructions,retun to UlQt M-**.ii..Tjri.COVRIIft.: ...r '. : beeff'Tnetructed to' ask.ftr'throna el determination expectations,, the French'Miifetfy'did not and the' Charge d''. Urea cf Franoohaviplomalo the iustLQeand coercive the ''nrUtrerwmtUfr asori for d.", ,
FLORIDA.. of the French]; Government, i in take this fair opportunity {relieve themselves ing been recalled,a1 intercourse remedlc' uiualryiewmedto 0./'.. i
by injured nations
relation to the payment cf the indemnification .. from their unfortu te position, between the two co tries is/suBpended/ 1 will rccetvq little 'en ,'
Jfeionajuvklle-Joseph R. Sanchez. secured the 4th and to do justicd to the Unit States. state of couragement from such an J issuZ By the; -
Jt Garrison Esa/. M. by treily of the; of a things oripatinff in an Unreasonable selection and
Grovo- ,
of '
Airing Whilst however the Gove enforcement inch
July 1831 and that when adviceeoft6result ment of e susceptibili on Ui lawful '
E. Cohen Esq.P.M. e : i part of the and .
Mandarin A expedient meaauic.
United States awaiting veiuew as i m be necee.nary N
should be received, it would be was Frenbh.Governmen d re dered neccs. .f'k
OEORG1JJ. made the communicanon. of the French Government,in perfect con- Air to prevent a result BO Injurious toour- ,#/tN"
subject of a special nary on our part by rofl al 1 to perform selves and :
St.: Mary's-A.'Doolfttle, Esq. P..1.1: fidence that the difficulty was it an end,. engagements cObta' d in i treaty, from so fatal to the ho of tho, phi. "

Savannah--S. Philbrick; Esq. In execution of this design, I now transmit the Secretary of State received d\all from the faithful) 'perform ce of rhich". by us, lanthropist the, wo shall thore >re not only \ ,;

Macon.-Edmund Russell.; to you the papers''numbered' from 1 to the French Charge d'Affaires in ashing- they are to this day ton, who desired to read to him a otter he independence of our Govern
13 inclusive other commercial advltagcs. 'rt:
containing, si
mont and
", among the honor
of !
[,From the.Georgia Telegraph] things, to correspond on this subject between had received from tho French'' Mister' of It is time that thislnequi position of much, it be hoped our to c mntry, but do Y
Affairs. He wasasked! may vindicate tho
Foreign alTars should .
LINES our Charge d'Affaires and the French yhether cease, filthaaegislatlve action faith of t
I Minister he was instructed or directed to mko'any should be brougito uin treaties, and to 'pro )te the, gene ,'
of Affairs from which i it SUE
Foreign executive
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: MRS. M RUSSELL, WHO interests of
IN a1l:1I0RI'.01' RI'"E. official aid peace,' civiliz Lion and 1m-
communication :
will be seen that France requires, as a con. replittl. that exertion in sucn me; ires n the case ropcrsstsin .
DEPARTED: THIS LIFE, DEC.'G, 1835.. dition precedent to the execution of a treaty he was only authorised reread the\\\Jetter, quires.. While, Frat her reterhs provement" ANDREW ACItSON. J If.
| 'Sister in Christ J and furnish if requested. Tbo substance Washington,Jan. 15, 1839;;
thine was an early grave ; unconditionally ratified, and to tho payment a copy fusal to comply with a of a treaty i : .
Far :from'the spot, where :broke the.morn of of a debt acknowledged by all the of its contents, it ispresumed! ,may the object of which at, b| removing all PROCLAMATION
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be from Nos. 4 and 6 herewith:
life, branches of her Government to be due, gathered causes of mutual to; nUto renew ancient -
With brightiess promise i of a cloudless sky that certain explanations shall be made, of, transmitted., It. was an ntempt to make feelings of frier iipknd to unite Till: GOVEIlNoa or,,FL4a1DA.
.I which she dictates the terms. These terms known to Governmeit, of tho United the two nations in tl nil of amity and Troops are wanted I and agreeably to tho i.. ,
Thy n has set,.to. rise' on. .earth' no more !,, are such as that Government has already States, privately, in what tanner it coo Id ;of'a mutually bene I cimmercc, shepeacefbrremedics law lately] enacted for raisIng isufficiem ,

Wjiere were the.loved. companions of thy. been officially) informed cannot be complied make explanations, appaiintly voluntary cannot justly comply if Ve adopt such force for the field, six hundred are declared .'
youth ? with ; and,'if persisted in, they must be but really dictated by }'rut e,acceptable to a H e I iw of Nations to bo required for six'months, 01, until dis > {
her and thus obtain of the twen-; and the charged. Volunteer '
Why !they not-around the bed of death considered as u' deliberate refusal on the payrrmt circumstance th case may our are preferred j and J' '
came part of France fulfil engagements binding ty.fivo'millions of francs No exception thorize and demand f ho nature 'ofen can be'obtaincd, as earnestly a* it i Lt >\ m
'To :watch thy"burning,lighi'-amid the gloomOf by the laws of nations,'and held sacred was taken to this mode of ommunication, these remedies I bay ofbre had ocfe hope? may be tho case, thoy.wli be placed ::t',

nature struggling in her final hour ? by the whole civilized world.' The nature which is often used toj(irep re the way for casion to speak; and, enco to a parpn under' the company 'ofllceer*of their own
And, where thy'Father's hand J I saw it not of tho act which France requires from this official, intercourse ; put the( '''suggestions titular contingency, t< is my convic- choosing. Captains and lioutenait. of c m- '"I

'Embracing thine Thy Mother's eye and Government clearly set forth in the let made in it were in their balance, wholly tion that repnsals wo be test adapted to panics(of fifty mend) will be elective by tho ,;

voice., ter to the French 'Minister, marked No."4. inadmissible. Not being n the shape ofan the emergency than m lated. companies respectfully, and U commissioned ?',
: official communication ko this Govern Since that c all the Do.partmenta after notice of an election received "
0I ? | We will pay the money, says he, when period, by -
where were they "the Government of the United States is rea ment, it did not admit of|oply or.official oilier Gj oont, has acur The force thus organised, will ke required '.
Thy babe was near thee ; dy oats part to declare to us by addressing notice, nor could it be sufo)' made the basis knowledged tho valid f claims, and to meet at some assigned place of rendezvous ;,

1 And his artess smiles,like genial sunbeams., its claim to us officially in wntine} that it regrets of any action by the Executive or the the obligations of thd map, and has apeb ; where' a selection will be made' for ', *
'.'Cheered thy fainting heart. By faith-:-resigned the misunderstanding which has arisen Legislature : and the Secfepy ofStato did prqpriated the money) s are neccssaoug the higher grade of officer to command ';. <{
between the -countries;.that this risunderstandingiaoundedon not think proper to asked cq>y, because he ry to its execution t at i h payment the Regiment t :..ti"j
mistake: ;",that at could not have use fur it. ; I is withheld on ground] fly tinwrtanttoour The required number appeRrirfw wilj be w
Thou gav'st thearmsand.care, of one, never entered into its intention to call in Copies of papers markfdNos. 0,10, ape existence as an im dent Nation it organised into regiment,and bo placed un- ;*.'.n
queelion '
Whose never ceasing kindness..was a pledge, r tlugood faith of the lent oyefnmentt 11, show an attempt, ogtt' be part of the is not to be believed ti he can have Je- der suitable 'command If however, a '.:
..-nu.'t..m-WOtdIt'i tr.l.hV-'tz'' .........-&he.blhwof 'nor- to take:mcnacing Tbttinite-towards French Charge'TJ'Aflhlres:: b olaeeerrop teimitied,permanent retains yveitiun creator"number,thao-. laea1led-raborld', 1
.6eavyp'J lYdncc:" and he adds, u\f the Government of this letter among' the axmves of this so utterly indefensible.! the altered state .appear( :If thoy will be received. .r I

And near thee too,were heralds of the cross : of the United States does not give this assurance Government which Eio fort!!ovious reasons, of the questions in con orey, and under But the number called for,be not forth- 1''
there of different names and we shall be obliged to thitk that this was not allowed to Nora( ; but the assurance all existing circumstandit anncars to mo coming. the .{deficiency must be sunnlied. i
Christians were '
misunderstanding is not the .rcnlt of an er- before givenepeated' that that, until such a deter tiori shall have through requisition and Draft by Commanding
views. ror." any official communic Ida which he become evident, it will I proper and suf Officers In their respective C UQ./ +
I United by the ties of kindred love- In the letter marked No. 6, tie French might be authorized to'm ila', 'in the accustomed ficient to retaliate her Bent refusal to ties; It is earnestly hoped that' tbb'resbn ,

To offer, prayer, and 'weep with those that Minister also remarks that "tie Govern. form, would rece vi a prompt andodiscretton comply with her engagiits, by prohib may not become nece 'that the

weep: -. bunt of the United States knows flat upon it just c nsid rntion. Th of iting the introduction offench {products quota asked for, so repel invasion and'ag ,
But where was he, selfdepends henceforward the execution of the this attempt was made n o i manifest by and the entry* of Frenclwels" into our gression, will promptly appear to defend.
the subsequent ''avowal of the French Between this anlie the Country. '1
(ports. interdictionof
4 1831."
soul knit to tiine in sacred [ ,
Whose \
was I ''Soldiers who
d'Affaires that'eobject to volunteer
Charge was all commercial intercob or other remedies must do so; un ,
bonds- Obliged, by the precise language thus bring this letter before Coigress and the you, as the, repittative of the der an expectation that the duties required '" j
So soon to be dissolved used by the French' Minister, td view it as American People. If foj-egn agents on a People, must determine! recommend of them, are rid idly to be performed. 1 No ". l t

Behold him there a peremptory refusal to execute the Treaty subject of disagreement jctween their the former, in the presetiosture ofour, desertion b disobedience, or neglect of i
except on terms incompatibl! with the Government and this, w lit to prefer an aft' in; as being the least trious' to our duty can or will be tolerated | all who cm- t
How, could lie mount-to e'thy. triumphnear. honor and independence of fie United appeal to the American'' t>epple, they will commerce, and as attend ith the least bark, must bear in :mind, thai they have ;. ,Ii+
States, and persuaded that; on considering I hereafter it is icier' 'high and important
hoped, appreciate difficulty of returning to Oisual state of trusts discharge, and, ,F
While angels waited to convey thee home ? the correspondence now submixed to you, Ii their own rights and tl i jespect due to friendly intercourse, if thkvernnient of these must be performed. The "vicious .
you'can regard it in no other Ight, it becomes others than lie the Execu- France and the bad if 't
He heard thy dying counsels-clasped thy to attempt shall render us t letlco that is any suchprcscnt themselves,
hand my duty to caU your mention to five as the passive ,or f of their comrau- due, and, a! o,81 a proper Iminary cannot be permitted to degrade the cbarao- .' "
step '
such the the'case
measures as exigency'of nications.It ter of the '
And felt the of thy last farewell demands if the claim of interfering in the to stronger measures, shouleir adoption army by practising excesses or I
pressure is due to the chara r of our institutions be deemed necessary by siAucnteverits, indulging in any course not warranted by t
No pang was suffered.to disturb.the calm communications between the. different that the diplom te intercourse of The return of air Cha 'AfTuirea is !. the rules and articles, as established by'the : '

'Of holy rest,which marked thy closing scene. branches of our Government stall! be persisted this Government shou conducted with attended with public colic f naval preparations U. State, for the Government of the army.
in. This is hndered the
pretention the utmost, directness id- simplicity; and on the of Fri 1 Colonels Regiments agreeably the
The victor slept in peace J part destined to ;'
more unreasonable by the fact bat the substance that in all of im.munications the ., requirements of the, will ::1',
of her Lord! easel stance corn- ourBeas. Of tile cause ancient of these act cause an ap ,n :
That retains the :
.clay image of the has been
explanation received made the Executive to be made for volunteers "
o by armaments I have DO autI e infbrma. peal and to reg .: How beautiful in death! repeatedly and voluntarily given before it should assume e ,accustomed of- tion, nor any other means fudging ex liter all who are.efficient and able bodied, ';
Her spirit, clothedIn was insisted on as n condition-a condition ficial form. It U only insisting on this cept such are common to jhqjtef and and if a sufficient number do not come forward ; :j
white, redeemed, and blest, forever reigns the more humiliating because i is demanded form, that foreign POW :n can be held to to the public | but, whateveU be their voluntarily, then the deficiency' must .
4 Before'the throne of God and of the Lamb.' as the equivalent, of a: pecuniary consid full responsibility, that their .communications object, we are not at liberty igard" them be supplied by draft made upon those who 4 'I.
eration. Does France desire'only >t! declaration can be officially r lied to, or that the as' unconnected with the nlrea which refuse to volunteer. *. ,,/ ,

WELCOME WINTER. that we bad no tuber to obtainour advice or interference of the, Legislature hostile movements on :'thef France The law which is now in pperatioq'rv.quirea '"}
rights by an address ; fears rather ;
can with propriety! be i ivited by the President may compel 1 unto pursue, y at least nothing ,more, than that everySol' :
Come winter with blast than to her rights? She bu'already
come, freezing; ; This course is Iso best calculated deserve be met by' adffqt tiers diet shall be true, and"faithfully ,
And spread around. dreary waste had it, frankly' and explicitly) given by our on the one band,to shield that officer frorq on our pan) and I therefore a his duty. All who enter the rank discharge, t; )
gly whether
Come give a hint of truth her urge I
simple Minister accredited Government his
to ; unjust suspicion, ana, on the other, to l large and 'appropriate as Volunteers) Drafted will .
Of,ontward'beauty'i transient worth. ratified and confirmation of speedy r the Increase or Men, be .I J"
act by me,
my subject thispomon'ofL'us/ acts to public] of the navy and the letionofreally required to practice fidelity and obedienceto ,
I The flowerhu The stream is ebill'd like polar wave : letter to the French Minister of Foreign to constitutional animadversion. It was If this army of military fo ) penned with. To do so, will) be fo endanger 11.1
I The trees have laid their leaves aside- Affairs of the 29th of April, 1835, and ns the more necessary t.o s-Uere to these principles designed to affect' the action: overn- the ,security of the army. By the laws ."

Mountain and wave have lost,their pride. peated by my published approval of that in the instance question, inasmuch went and People of the Unit tel on which govern mutiny and desertion,and :<
letter after the of bill of indem .
passage the in addition to other important interest the disobedience ,
as, now of order
Hu all that's lost its hue? questions pending en the are such high and
beauty nification. Does France want a degrading
Has virtue faded from the view? it very intimately) concerned the national two nations, then, Indeed, wo bedis- capital offences that the foveniortCow.{ ,
servile of this in
Has warmth of heart ceas'd or decay'd, which, she shall repetition dictate and which act tertns. honor-a matter, in' tpyjudgmenr, much honorable to pause a moment e alternative manding) persuades himself! (and eaane: t'l.. '
"As outward loveliness did fade ? will involve too sacred to be made;, the subject of private which such a state of th would ly hopes,) that, the painful duty will be j
an acknowledgment of her assumed and unofficial negotiation. present to us. Come what lie ex. ppared him of causing any |o to tried'for
These fade not like the summer flowers ; right to interfere in our domestic councils It will be perceived that this letter oftbe planation which Frs:::.:: demon D per such uneoldier) -iike demeanour. Impro-
They flouruh'still in Winter's showers She will never obtain It. The spirit of the French Minister of Foreign' Affaire was er be accorded ; and no arms how. priede.orthlt character, with deep regret
Though beauty's faded from the sight, American People, the dignity oftho Legis read to the ;Secretary of State on the llth ever powerful and impoaing ee have heretofore been witnessed }but the en I

These give their ftagance and delight. lature, and the firm resolve of their,Executive September last This Was the first'authentic or on our coast, will, I trust, de from tertained belief.., that they arose from { ,

The form looses beauty and Government, forbid It. indication .ofthe fpecifie views of discharging the high duties wbi owe thoughtlessness and want of knowledge of '

Th eye and cheek give not a grace trace As the answer of the French Minister to the French Government received, by the to our constituents, our national tel, consequence Clemency baa wiped *
Of that which,onoa wa .bright and fair, our Charge d'Affaires at fans 'contains an Government of the United Stale after the and to the world. away accusations ,and ue all redeemed. f'f'tlJe
,Bat pure the mind, and,beauty's there. allusion to a letter addressed by him to the passage of the bill Indenniflcation, Inasmuch The House of Bepreaeotat! the That those misdemeanors and charge will
Representative of France this place, it a*the letter bad seen written be- close of the last station of Coo g Dan-- not arise again a guarantee will be had in' .'
Thenbrighter and lovlier the heart, now becomes proper to lay before you-the fore the official notice of my approval of imously resolved that the treaty 4th the bravery and good intention of those ,
As wider its love we impart- correspondence bad between that functionary Me; Livingston' Jut explanatIOn and re- of July, 183J, should be ntaint and who shall march to the frontier, to meet .\
As we kindle :'o..rialray, and the Secretary of State relative tothat monstrence could have reached Paris,just its execution insisted on by U ted! and repel I Ih6 savage jOg of the country.: .
Which .winter's storm da.not decay. letter, and to accompany the same ground of hope was left, a* has been before State It J U due to the welfare i bu- flax months It the period of service limited ; .. r.

The winter of age comet with power, with such explanations II Will enable you stated, that the Fretrb Government, man race not lesa than to our o ter.' by the law. But before iba expiration
To chill tu and change us yet mow ; understand the course bwe Executive on receiving that iuforowtion in the same tttf and honor that this r olutlo aid, of sixty days,with proper deterrnlnaUoo on :.
He. will shroud and bind ns.till late, in regard to,it. Reeurriog' to the historical manner the alleged oflentive message bad at all hazard, be adhered to. It(; 10 the pan of the volunteers, a eonflderjce'lt
,,Theo watt,to,the atria when Spring shill statement made at the commencement: of reached them, would'deaist from their extraordicAry signal an example as.that gives the entertained,that the>anjpan maybe ended .
awake, session of the and of demand and ihe at Aioerican People during their I sod i iJlI
"V 4 f ;. f ,. ;: ,. if ,., your ,, origin prjogreta i pay.1 money to- peace end qakt: ,reetojed to out iuf ,

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I ,hat MealeS K. H.::Watson J. H.: Wilson, M. naced with'devast ion,by the
that 'you will duly appreciate it. In one' alt. We are glad to.4J.ar that the are most Urt.
frontier. The Governor feels sure C. 'Vebber A. C. Wal TOUR of foes. March to the'rescue I
feriog '- N. Fox, R. Webb, I MTT;
I hour I shall leave here for Florida by way rapidly recov ring. '
, the the
patriotism ministers'of
be may securely repose on ker, W. Walker; W. T. Thompson, James as j vengeance of I
and energy of the people of the Territory, Millcdgeville, and expect to be at We beg 1 If ve to congratulate, our friend McAfferty, Walter Henry, Wm.II. Karns, country! Far@Well!*fend remember in year

I to suppress this unprovoked ppirit of revolt by,the last is of that the the coming President week.of* the There-:United -- Major Putn i, and those of our. acq a1nt- T. B..Baylis and B. Abrahams." hour of battle the CuBaDd? of hearts A t t
of the Indians. To that patriotism he confidently port here of. ance who fo ght under him, in having acquitted away, that 'are .bead g for your H(
called the State success-
: appeals: andagreeably to there* States has upon, thfera l.ellO honorailyrind'gallantly Ali ADDRESS, hearts that will! ewcl"'" withounties exulting
for'a force to proceed joy
this Proclamation large to'
of the law sends forth Georgia very
I quirement informed. forthwith against the" Indians. 1' sincere- and brave ', in the long and sharply contested DELIVERED TO TBE RlCHMOAD BLUES, BT meet you again ot.fliis shore where Q owe "
: ,that all may be 1.ly hope'that the citizensi Florida will be battle t Danh Lawton.Courier.. Cot. LlKDSif :AFTER INSPECTIOIT.'! part, returning, gh aced with the laure"

, '. Given under my' hand at Tallahassee. ), the roused to action in/heir own defence, nor AUGUSTA, GEO. Jan 23d. ) of honor, .and victoi. I '

fifteenth. ,day of January,1636.to' suffer our foes to bo vanquished exclusively Special Orders. -
b ) evening
\ :JOHN II. EATON, Toe, .. ,On Friday about thirty
fro / \
friends otberparts. people moun\t4
/ by service of trie '
Commander- In into the I
.... -: Governor and musterjnr you Volunteers 'fromth*
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,1 all alive and with or without 'or.Glynnllld
; Militia of Florida. hero are TUt7R DAY, FEBRUARY 4. United States I,have performed one pf the I --t' 1 < 7
.of the '
,,1, -1 .:': ; . orders, are dispo/efl to march to the:relief l proudest dutie i pf my military,life. :Permit Camden, Geo., accar panled-bjrCpl.! Mela.tosh .

J. ":'\ .'j'' ,;. 'l TALLAHASSEE: 15th.Jan. 1836. "Florida" // With' great'respect BROWN.,. On,Frida the 29th ult., our, eyes beheld me to say bat the spectacle which: you srrived'in; ; our: 1 iwn. They we fifth,
}t HEAD QUARTERS, )l a most plea ng sight. The Steamer Floridaa exhibit, i is refr shins\ to the mind of the pa: most respectable' std wenlthyNinhabitantag
i I" f" :""i I, : < ToGov.J.H.JBAT( :r.W to the human character.At that section. "
of Florida s little bef< e sundown, rounded up to, our triot and exalt ng
1st Brigade
: : -i.:. 'fi.i H' ', GENERAL ORDERS srnir roN, JAN. 8t1836.! ; wharf, und martial music, ,, and' with the the call pf 1!your country* y6u-havere- This, email band oft'rave, hearts design
11' ( ; ; ; whether -
and from Mr. beautiful the 'RICHMOND BLUIS" linquished youindividual pursuits, to join Gen. Clincll), r proceeding direct
oderstood ipany
d Proclamation ( Sza.-I .
; tIn obedience to the DEAR of interest, ir fame, or duty; and offered t.to
'Orders)of the! Executive of the Territory, Webster 'thatMrv tepheh White,
herewith 'enclosed,'the Colonels and 'other tho most respectab ,and wealthy, gentle by a salute om our two cannon, and those youHivea a id y.ur'devoted services. ,Ma their wa.y'b what fbi r might. '

; officers"commanding the militia of the different men in Boston;/wo d be In New York at on board'thnJefierson and tho Ariel,'then at ny of you rave broken asunder the tender-! The steamer J.j. I Fongia having return.

'. .,counties composing the-1st Brigade' ,' Christmas, and de ircid( ,to see me on theLoad anchor in tu river: opposite our town.. The eat and tilt endearing :ties of, human affectiorirhMnyjoAyoq ed from? Piicojata' t tyft ere on'Monday .

Are hereby ordered toe 4I mbl the troops subject otthe Rai coeeFiorida.: cheer of 4 Lcjtis*n. were answered by have sacrificed, taking-these spirVd morning
."''b'nddrjh r.Gltunand' at the Court Ilouao Thi with olbarJbjects, connected with rewards J'olunUerB J ,,wiii h
nhcf 4 respective Counties, orat such place the interest#the rritory;carried me to those. 'of" the t jlanieers"" : A,thrill. 'of joy wasfeltby first of'which> honorable even the professional: frfehds from exertions : their horses, and baggage-wegoVto: ; Joli\h\ ;

or place'* as may be deemed\ by them most ;York r'a f1 days during the'.hoJJi- 'every itizen of Jacksonville, on beholding whom,you upon will part, have ,relied; and all Richmond Blues In'' their march! to,Camp

'convenic it, on Saturday'the 23d day of daytywhen othi Was likely to be..doneNew a bsrfl of ao fine looking and gallant of youwill.ex9fiange; the.'comforts and the King.

.the presc it jnontbj, and to furnish'number by draft of in, Cqngres Young geaWnen, who had made such gen luxuries of h ne.for thorough: of.a;. The following is a list of their namea\, *\ ,
the ec
,. ; onnected with interests
or volunteer engagement Alljtbesu our trous sac es to rush hither 'to the rescue camp'aud'' the'arduous and unsparing duties \V. P.:'WILSON, L eJt. Commandani
id from their. bavin be referred( to the ,
: r
"mtiadato.men'requi; ose utceavagd the wareagainst our live committ es t pnsider[ 'arid report- upon if bleedffi"Florida. Augusta has, acted indeed have. of a soldier.made these;And tender ypon ,what of occasion services GEO.:HOUSTON, Sergt"l\Iajor:" \ :
', I ned' I did mot liberally and nobly. Her.citizens i you your ,Ill: : '
-, 'n'ertY'I according tojestal usages. not ? Npt to form the: glittering pageantof D. HOLLAND, Surgeon, ,
The menfyiia! called into the of meet' Mr. \V itavishCd, but I'yet hope by their blle>appropriations and individual civic festival, or to swell the pomp of D. H. STEWART, 1st. Sergeant

be r < discharged. acclf from
months hnless sooner them tc Congress such a
six the mo* liberal &nd philanthropic and patriotic and desolate frontier from the tomahawk '
nppiinted should sufficient num.'ber modification >f fiir charter, as tJ'providefor HENRY FLOYD; 3d '"
the day; pe/ple/ on irth. Beside the liberal ap- and, the scalping knife of the ruthless
of volunteers present themselvesthey funning leflroad from St.Johns to II. E. CLARKE 4th "
J. will be accepted, arid receive into' service ; Tallahassee, anffience to Apalachicola; propri/ion,of$ OOOQ to defray the expenses savage to fly,to tb.e. succour,of the :
brave who in and beset 'cc
are hemmed sore ; JOHNTDPFOUR5th
be deficiency the requisition d ensibJ of eg ping &c the Volunteers in- "
but should there ]p with other amendmentsJ we are and
must t be promptly' supplied by a draft This charter oJ never',bo sanctioned';n form/1\ by,the b at authority, that many gentlemen the .to save female from massacre and i infant and who butchery,' IA.TES.P. P. Boyd, Jas. Bond,!.
helpless equally '
to bo mafle by ballot from, tho.,militia. of the its present fo l! If they do:not :come into i of' Auj sta>. put fifty, and one'Jbtin-! With the warrior, in ,,are: cut, down Burnet'D.'Blue; Wi A. Berrie; R. V. Ruf
: ,arms! farn'J. Brown
liAvill I be useful theTer- R. Brown, F. Bartelo f:
I some to
count terms,v ,
dre// dollar note into the hand of CapC1tob.iertdontelling : by the bloody foe are to meet When
The fo owing is the quota of men required ritory, and, g ret some gxclusieoprfvileoges i ; \ you Bryan, G. H. Johnston, Wm. M. Gegnel-
1 look the and exalted which
none at high feeling
from}the respective counties t Es- ,,which j in rrvpinion will be'ruinous hi i to take'it,and allow have leaf, J.Higginbottom, C. Lloyd, S. Moody,
this do I
.caimba! xty J Walton,,twenty : Washington the country, iJiarter I :' will never: be'snn'- 'of his company o C suffer for the want of thosecIJDorti' prompted'have redeemed you,to the act,nobly G. Need, G.Punier'Jas. Piles, Sanpl. Piles,

eight] Franklin thirty-two[ Jackson; tinned by olntheeve ; a. v-. which money could purchase.' say, y9U pledge given Henry Rose, J.- R ddickC.. Rains;, WI 1.
by,our << forefathersand
: Leon one hundred lieir ''refu8Dij.t.was]: ,, revolutionary; proud Stafford, A.Stolesberry :and Nichol T
eighty jGhdsdon fifty-two : : mjf Sh'otlldthe, circ instances of the brave youth ly do I proclaim that the roll of the Augusta bull. ; rn-
and rtyJeffcrsunseventytwo.DlaBison -? 'purpose? to hn ,educed capitalists to have under his,com and, require it f 'c pf. Robertson Volunteers is added to the deathless and '
two I Hamilton,, sixteen.j tnk n'wIth s i amendments, the Jacksonville ,'
j,0: : The trborfs, >t nty,thus- levied, either, by draft or andJS lassce Rail Road charter, has be< i'assured 'th .t: almost any imperishable list, of the brave. Yes, the' The ,steamer ,J.:. D. Mongin, Capt...Con;,
t number amount of mon v'would be'madesubject prayers of t e'goOd and virtuous, will as passed Ihis place' making short at.our
the ,
i. ,:jTolunteer engagement,where by an arrang i t with the stockholders, to cend for welfare'and : stay :
,. -raised,in [he county maybe sufficient 'to or to have prt 8d a'' new charter by Con. has order "by; ti )'liberality\! : of,the; ; people, ofAugusta' the blessings your of the patriot will your light safety wharf, Saturday evening last, on'hef way

form a :t t; m1r any, will Proceed at once to. gress, annuls be, therr",, and having a .. i your,noble and hardy enterprise, and above upon; to Picolata. The Mongin had oil board about

elect, thei 'officers, and where the number road made on, ns the most favorable, to We are satiiied from,what we E saw' and all, consciousness in your own bosoms 116 Volunteers from Savannah.. Said:Volunteers
lie! : insufficient .for that, purpose, they will the Territory, jl to do the greatest good C't. -
heard that .' Robertson that are 'ntended'as
and are
act reinforcement
possesses; you performing an ; qf generous a to
them to tho. \tber
j.elect, renddzvons an olicer ,',where ft more,,complete gen..eral to the largest 1 obtained fthe'people.orders from the, justly,:the untx' Jaded confidence of his whole And heroic self-devotion. the call of the gallant band udder Capt.:Stephens,;except

.organization\ 'will be,made.. Tho, place! of ,War Although Depart for 'the Militia to take corps-a; ,co composed of his fellow-towns your path .country of duty, will which sustain you have in"ch the sen.-high the." Phcenix-.Riflemen," who, 'we}D-,;

i ;rendezvous! will,, be at San Pedro, in the tho field, the \, lent I saw the ravages men, and'fHe, ll sons'of, ,the ,first. and best Having said thus much you, it becomes derstand, are remain on board. the. Mongiiu!

r county:.of\\Madison,. where! all the troops i. which were] .10,00, committed by the families,of..Au' a a- imperative duty to remind you of the ne-my while plying up and down the River. Thii

,a f art require to assemble.onThursday'the Indians, I tooncasures immediately'to Most of then hive relinquished .for'a time cessityofsubordirtation'and implicitetrb- steamer has been chartered for aid purpose,!

T' 26th day furnished ottha present,wUh-arnw'.mon)'Ther'will and pmmuniy.tion ,- have;'other''piiions made for the emergency. lucrative ca ins,have bid adieu to anx* mission to the' command'of your superiors.! by the'ever liberal, ,citizens:of. ;,Savannah,' \
then ;
tT- ..S", ; 'jtnepsaacka'a4LQther jpftaip.rrients. ,0i I :" (io'ua'parents.i i i<, f'riendsrrtowives/and obis All, and each of you must.-forgot.thatyouvitro whom it must be a, ptilio l1o ? know: ttst

( ;,: yesterday ere of the day,suspended i. dren, and the en; er endearments of home, the' cqyab ofprcsterday.-If obedienceto I the tim ly-arritat"bf11ie gallant Capt Bit-
have the enclosed: the mand of be exactedby
bill co
a superior
The Commanding General relies much to obey their Auntry's call and that pf the phenaand his 'fellow Volunteers Picolata
I he docs 'passed, 'and f jf read twice'in.the Senateby : the. m bauism' of a regular,organization : at ,
!less on this detail for,,service, than and efeaceless and distressedacall saved 'that -
k exposed and 'doubtlea
of his ununimoUionsent. It will pass earlyon bow piuch more is it called for as,a ,
.on the patriotlo and He generous more spirit invites to Monday f rain ;' and if this is not never,toll nude in van upon their sympathy sacred: an peremptorily.duty from Volunteers Mandarin and;Jacksonville, in fact the whole
citizens. once
,.feU volunteers who followed sufficient, WII add as much more to''the and 'pau orism. We heard one of their wb< have had'the choice of their of- river to the Bar, from the hands and torch of |

.him the field so. gallantly the brave through the fatigues and.. military appariation: bill. number say,tli) he. had left at home a'wife (ficers an] who have chosen them for the the Indians. ([The sacrifices .of business .and

\ -dangers of the late expedition, and be prays I have refeted that/the'Revenue Cutters .. and three chi 1 1n,, the 'youngest but a week very qual! ;ics which'would, secure excellence of comforts, }which ,the officers and 'men,
citizens of class, and, in and oil small armed vessels' be ordered old when he F JJ I and hiS I in t e station of command. Remember -
his fellow every ; wife'on the bed of that i i composing that corp of first Volunteers have
of our Territory ..to, emulate on tl;gait, and that arms be sent : obeying your superior you are
every portion sickness-sued J[were the* ties, the new-born notpbeyi him made, entitle them to credit and to the
g' individual but
.their example,, and march.tothedo-. from Batotf uge to St..Marks, and from as an as great _
fence high of ,bleeding frontier. Augusta JAugustino?' and St. Johns. es'of love an ufection to bind hid heart to the organ'of' '.that law which arranges each thanks 6f the inhabitants olFlorlda..
our '
"" It is" alone the-voice of tho General Tho deft'less(! situation of the country, his home, wh. h t were parted. in sunder, by of jou in I respective stations"and ex- We regret that we have not the pleasure of

':'who calls not you to the'field! It is tho voice of and the.iott ant of arms, is to be attributed the gallant 1 der' 'of this gallant band pects and let sac ric :of tbis you feeling your be respective confined duties''to the; giving the.name I of the Volunteers from Sa

'yourcouo.tr/" is the voice of your child. to, this:t ,alone, that tbe' Governor from Augusta : the haste of'his chivalrous individua whom have' vannah', brought'in the Mongin.

i' :ten -it is the supplicating cry of the lisping never askitr! them. I foresaw this state spirit and,bemhabitants Client desire, to save,the in. and bond-ably chosen you .as 'you so Judiciously leader, but *

; ''babe,8nd the frantic mother,imploring protection of thingswen I proposed that i Arsenal l lon'the of Fda| from barbarian massacre; l let'it extend to his subalterns and to all the A gentleman in a letter to the Editor, 41
'. from thai knife of the In Ap licola, bu in the mean time Picolata, 31st 1836 "An
savage About ono o wok Saturday morning they Sergeants)nd Corporals of'the command. January says-
(.despair they invoke your arms in their deg on the roqtion of tlreGovernor I five ,arms left for Picoati/whence] they proceed by,a With the ligh' impulses which have urged express arrived from Gen. Clinch'this morningbridging -
last and would bA een sent. applied '
appeal '
To they as
fence.; you. perilous route Head you to off'your services on'this occasion, information'as 1 was informed,
Shall that appeal bo made in ago for aloud: vas told I that they wouldbe q\he Quarters of Gen.
.only rain! Is there'a brave and manly bosom forwo l on the requisition of the Governor Clinch:. temperedbecomes y that exalted discipline which that Gen Call had joiped him. The exprea
t patriot,soldier. 1
e entertain'anguine
thatdoeenoteympathise.withtheeufferin'sHof ,ditch notified I him.. We give belo| a list of the names taken onviction" that the Stars and a was foi.C.ap't. Porter, 1st Art. St Augustine.Two .

tbo widow'and the orphan, whose only. I trust* time the Indians from the Augua Chronicle., Stripes: our country,which have waved p'sons:;; the'one a white man, the'othera .

:" ;'protector has already alien by the, hands of have b&:< befOEjhiS chastised, and I F: M.\ ROBERISOW, Captain.E. over many field. of victory, will be safely black, state, that they were fired on opposite

r. the Savage? Is there an arm that is not will in 'having,made STARNES, lit Lieutenant. committed to the charge of.the Volunteersof Qur Picolata strong! hold, across the river,

J, ready to strike Sn their defence? I will an- ample psion raad, for tho intrepid militia War. M. MAR/TIN\ 2d Lieutenant.S. Augusta. when approaching the banks. ''The ferryffl8
}i j:4: awer for you There is none t Then,let us vylifve repaired with such zeal and C. WiLSoiiad Lieutenant. WILLIAM LINDSAY di
who be *
went for
.; on.to the rescue" patrio the'defepce of the country,as BENJ.'DOUGLASS, M. D. ,Asst Surgeon. Colonel 2d. Artillery., across: the express, says
p I will receive any number volunteers, well rovide far the unfortunate sufferers JAS. A Bud Acting Asst. Com'ry.T. tinctly heard the report of a rifle, and is coo

:' 'let them bring their rifles with them, and I. ,jse proper yhas. been sacrificed j J. IlOWret Sergeant.. ADD LESS OF CO ,. WILLIAM CCMMIJTO.. vinced- Indians were about the.landing. TIle

i '. promise, under the protection and favor of without slightest provocation on their C. B. BlARTm.2d do. Gentlemen Volunteers r' black man says, he saw an Indian step from

Divine Providence, roots to bring this 8I1V- part, t! I am your,most obedient W. W. JWAm,3d;, invite4 behind a"trees and fire upon him,and the bill

:age war to successful ter i inadoo. ,\ JOS. M. WHITE. J. W. STor, 4h '" I am as one formerly engaged in passed just over his head! One'h wiie
,. a service similar to own to offer
RICHARD 1\:. CALL, J. B. CAUPBEII, 1st Corporal your : you
,r ,, : General Commanding!', prom the Florida Herald.] M.\ .P'S-tov.u.t.' 2d do some suggestions of my advice on this occasion party who was sent over afterwards; say he

:..-t..I.:. > ;'1st Brigade, Flor.Mil.\ A the'wounded in the action of Jo nit KIR.r4TRiCI,3d GO ,ful'of interest: They will be saw an Indian running-from ell+which >perhaps

't.j',., ., ',.. ." ..l: ,.Io" r.;. the jast. at Dunn Lawton, the plantation .WM. II. MICHAEL, 4th u few for.few on be needed bv men, likeyourselves. ,we are warranted in drawing the' inference -
.. v : C..h. ,TaU FUrwUan *,Messrs.! And "lIaW ; Indeed partaking the univer-
t'V.n UM. raooe-on -hm'tES eb1\nd.buu i- _, that there are, .Indians.in the..wogUj JQt
sat"reeUttg S'-communfty-tbrrather x'um i 'if' ++t* i i fu t+ i I ll T )'|' T"
.ofth23d'ult.'the. following letters. -irllX- r. 'lea F II. AlleylL, /t. L. Boiselair, G. n. would I tender 'ou praises than far us. .
z : Jtt: 'I"t.' W'b.1" Avacm,
.,.'a!.arrived here yesterday morning at f B A. PU 8m. W. Bates II. Bltan. J, C. Bartlett, a.Claytonjr.J.DJAlIemon n. hip, to direct four attention to one point and I' suppose'Maj. Stephens now Intends{

:, half past :5 o'clock,. and soon after waited nt D1 r. 'V. T. Adams, which is sometimes undervalued in the fer giving the rascals a little .fmee..ner W loot

:' \ on CoLLlndsey; with your letter, and wai lea-:..Julius C. Reynolds,. Bartolo S. P. Edgar, J. N.: Copeland, S. Campbell, vor of youth, tough a matter of the'high *defence. Maj. S. and also his officers ate
: ,
t:; ,highly gratified. to receive from him not C Domingo Usina,and Charles Flora II. G. Clark, Partck Crown, H. R. Casey, est,and most t ilerun importance referto
I ''' with J.R. Davis D. Douglass, P. I. Guerie D. entitled to great credit for their spirited'cogsduct"
', only a ready compliance your requisition military discipline-Your noble aim is
: John
j J.. ,. but tile, moat prompt assistance in I R. Mitchell\ slightly. W. Dill, D. Da wn, G. W. Forrest,. E.J. efficiently to nrve your country, and ,to

" i' ,:the execution pf.it.' Quarter Master\ Lieutenant oral i G, Braisted, ,and M.Nebgano i V.'Fritts, WmJ ). Eve, J. G. GallagherT.B. .: achieve glory ftr yourselves. In the pus ID"We were requested by the plyDD $1Camden '

!i lot r, .. Peltoo,,wes appointed to assist me, e. ..Glenn, W.I .'Grimes, G. Gorton, Wm.D. suits of these objects,whatever be 'whick
may your Voluijteeers with
. : r. In procuring wagons, and ip arranging th kto-Simpson, slightly. Gosber, Hecry Horn, N. Holland, C. A. individual provess, you can only be suc ;a request tea-
' ,arms and ammunition for transportation ; B.-MOSQUITO ROAKXRS. Hardwicke, J.If.:, Hay wood, J. Holcombe, cessfu188 a core-as a corps,you can on we cheerfully comply, thus publicly to of

land with Capt. Greene, rendered every asjaistance lain Douglas Dummett. P Rappel, Herly' Jessup, R. Hesset Jesse ly become .effective, by strict obedience to der their respectful,thank.to ,the ladiet

,. .f to hasten their preparation and departure ant James Ormand. Jackson, A. King, J. A. Peck, II. your officers. ubordination is the basis of Jacksonville, and among them to )! *. Hart

,.' This morning I have completedi ate, John D. Sheldon, severely. A, Kenrick, Jt*i.A.) Fulcbef, IL W. Ful.
'. the.CQDtractl with the wagoners / ar K, ijarain Wiggins, a colored man, andaie cber, Jessee L Je. Ira r.ee..B. Labuzan, of lIfo is a mere rabble, easily extended to them during their sojourn i*
i which Col would C.C. Leitner, ,Jas. M., B. Groves
nw&ar, Undsey thought repelled by the most insignificant f>*
: of Capt.Dummett'e,seYerel Milling enemy ; Jacksonville transportation to
to hasten on the arms 'V.I. Mealing SamL B. S. Mc- while smaller
be neceaaary rapidly II. i a body, animated and guided
:: ':UL Wm. WUUams and ,
, 't I to their destination that; no time might w I 'urchle, y t!y slightly private Whorter, P. 0 Beall, W C.Musgrove Marshall tV.. by the spirit of brder,acquires gigantic, irreeistable olata, on their way to Camp King.J. .
_They are ready to take up the line I McLaughlin, Tt W.Miller, J. L. force. Discipline is
.j,10It. tea,
wa.alsO discipline
\ sere a killed belonging Mountford Putnam PEsq.
negro in a letter to -
S. C.
and will MoncrieC: ; J. Miller, Muatin, Robert .
march to-morrow early, proceed
strength, safety "
'f; .;;" The great interest'ltaken bt these I Ira. Anderson, and one belonging to Nisbet II..T. C Neil, C..M. Park. Wm. F. your Without it ,can never,triumph.your glory But*- ., dated Fort Brooke, (Flo.) Jan..ll836t
Dummett wounded and taken you
..4 "officers in behaU''of the exposed, situation t e .. pris- Pembftton, A. R WuPhillips, L. C. you will maintain it-you will triumph !_; and published in the New: Orleans Bull&>i

I ; ", .;of'Florida;and' the energetic asststgacnwbicbthey.hi &:J heard that One'ot'the i. Peaty, F. PIV.; _&Robertson, 8. Go then generous Volunteers! Your countrymen -i lays that iu the immediate vicinity' of rort
; ( ;Rendered cannot be e have above, Rush, M. A. Stotall,W. SandifonL W. I*'
; me : under !
; I are bleeding the hand of the Brooke, U a of about 100"friendly ,
..).J.lJ\.,.. too bighly'CoAuhended'and'I tun,"quit :lei Flora; died of hii kound oa'the 26th W,Reid T. Botfertf, G. AYilson! H. IL! ruffian Seminole ; a whole Territory is me-j dims, headed by their chief" BUck Pirt*

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' ,Indebted 'to the'pol teneSl of the IIr: We are happy to state thltNaj. Coop.er ., LIST OF LETTERS, I 1\tAIL ARnANGEMENTS, ; '

' .1051'. are M. W"t elegate to Con. whom we saw It. few days since, and who FOR WITH CIIARLESTON DEsuTCH" REMAINING in the Post Office at. Jack. ON'ROUTE NO. "71.., ,

' io fav wal severely wounded at the b .tt ofOuith.lacoochy County, on the ht 'ViA. PU10.
'If r ing TilE fin
18f ,, for the W ASHINGTQl't' JAN. 16, 1836.IL is rapidly recover1 from his ,.6 "" ,M.iR Y, 0 packetSchr.WltLEY f M in day three of January montJis,,1836-and they will be if'ent not to taken the Gen.erallost out. Leave St. MaryuveryWednesda1at2P.M., l.Anin (
wound. The ball hiJ: est the in first rate order for .eIL at Pablo evo!) Thuraday by 7 P. M.> L ,
ca1t J>n the SecretarVBI' entering on Office as dead Letters. "
- Sla1 bave her regular tri s from this port t J..eave Pablo eV ry ,FridaYi at M. II' ,;
toIV to order, pro, IOns and stores len side high up, was taken out of his ton, and will sail in a few day., .F freight D K Anivo at St. Augustineaarne day,by 6 1'.. M. .

,Charleston and fannab, to St.ns back, havi1g lodged near hi ,skl beside the pr p8sage, 'apply to lite master on ard, orat Chester Disb ., Zeph. King.ley, Leo.veSL'AugusUneeveryltlonday: at5A &f.- ,
witbout'detay, dl to .caU on the back bone. Maj. C.ooper is sa d t have con. thIS office. f.I r.nANAWAY James Duckland, Jolin Kimme., Arrive t Pa610 lame day by6 P. M. ;J If ,
Soutti C rJ and GtJorgia, John P. Brown, L Leave Pablo every Tuelday, at I) Ad\t. ':
emors militia of(orce, su c n! t pu.t an ene ducted most gallantly at Ouithlac oohy.Ou William Braning. Joseph' D.M Lancalter.C Arrive at St. Mary. nut day by 11 A.M" .- '
bloody cont o rngmg,10 Florby )- Sundll.Y last the Revenue b at Ingham, FROM the Subscriber on nig of the Colt &. Douroson William J.Mill., VIA ACltIOnILLt. \

d the ,exte mmat10 f the ruthless Capt. JIebbard. from St. Mary rell.ched wt. a Negro fellow by the ame of Willill.m II. Carofe) 3 William McKay, Leave St Marysevery So.turdat. at n M. '
j ns )Tho are desot tltlg tbe country.ry PETER! about 5 feet, 6 or 8 inches Ilgh- Jane Ann Clarke, Ann Mangham, Arrive at JaokaonTUle nut day: by6 P.1\I. ..iLell.ve -'
1. thing that can be Olle bere, will bee here, a.nd on her arrival gave n received a'salute well made,and when Ipoken to ahVII.J .mile.. T, F. Clarke., John McLe&li.D Jacbonville very1\IondaYiat I)A.M;. .
I ror the pl'Qtection a d defence' the of three or fo.Uf guns.We lIe tle a. roan poney from me on t nilhtof ( 'pWm. Arrive at St. Augustine lame day b16 pM. '

,t and for the inde nification of the hIs departure, and has been. 'Ieen n I m S. Donilldson, F.oJ\clsli1es, 2 Leave St. AUgustiM eTery Thunday, ai. 6,\
ntJ1. have been favored.by tl e on. Joseph making hi. way to the Creek Nil. n, as a Doctor P. Downer, Thomas Penney, '. A. M. .. #: ,I

erers. the ppointment of amittee M. ", hite, with the followi g ract from servant of Col. James Gadsden.A lhiliI' }. Dell. Detty Pritohard, Arrive at Jack onville, same day by G P:' tfif'' ; ',;
& would suggest, 8uitable reward will be paid 11 his 111'. E M. K. Pinekston.Siunuel Leave Jacka nvUle every Friday at I)A. M. !. ,
to report im ediately the prole :- the'Report of the Chief Engineer prehension and delivery to me, at n place, Eagle. RS. Arrive At St Mary. next day by !'P.M. [ ,I,

'Qt t amount'of'losses, 0bnt\ 1 may en' 'INLAND PASS BETWEEN 1ST.S'r. 10 Jefferson County, with my pon or for J. E banK.. Thomas Rigler, CRO" Rovu--VIA ST. JOIIII" D"u", ';'1 ,"

vour t hav.e provisi J ade for them, 1\IARY'S FLORIDA.The offic tD whom depositing him. in some 81\fe jail. F William B 1088.L. Le ve Pablo every friday, at G A.M. < ,
soon os. posslble. I waS asslghed the supetintcnde cE1 of the SAMUEL LAN EY. & G. Fleming, SCharlea Arrle at Jack onv1l1e lame dal by 121\t.\ ..j
. I am'very r spectfully, improvements orthis pass, cout nt sparo Ouh04see'Topo.la, Jo.n. 24, ..50A' E. Flinn.. 2 Edward l sam., Leave JackilonTilIe lame day,at 11'. 1\1. .,
1.I. )!'OU0 ient Servant, his attention from the works dn the'Slvonneh t G MAry E. S unden. Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P. M.I' l, I "; ;1ISAIAll

I.b JQ.S.,, l. 'VllIT river(to.moke an exam\QotiOl\\ \ oftheimpedirrients NuTIO ., ( Archibald Graho.m" J\hn Q. S tho D.llART, P.ltt.I;' ; '- .. \_,,
... ... .. week after date t lh1 t the John Go T a 3h 1 J
. ',w CUJL&n:., ;, t b tcttloY d\Ut aooutho, SIX a >) l, Rlclinld k.lon"il1.a"J uly ; i / ::
Court of Afll.chuliCi'nt1 for Dritton Geor o', 2 r, J "
letter from the Secretary of War i nrst tf Inst June. ; letters of administration on the tate ofERJ1STUS Doctor E. Gui11l\u en John G. .er, NOTIOE TO TRA VELtiUts. '1.1t ':, ',
Op! ofa WHI1X. I So soon as the project subm hed by him ROGERS, deceased. John.G. Guilbert, Lewi. Tht in.D. \'. ; .'
JOSEPuM. : "
the 1Ion. : could receive the sanction of!he Department JOS. B.. LANC TER.Jan. S. Gardiner. I IIt :..,: .,
'" 'VAD, DEP nTMENT' measures were 'enterednto for he 29, 1836. John Wo.rr n1eo.iah f ;'.. '\ ''f ,' ,>

'Vasbtngton, J 13, 1836.S construction of a dredge-boat, nd the n .. D.llart, 8 Charle. W ley, ', 'I ,'

SIlL::'-1.bave the hQnor, in anawer tour cessnry mud.flnts, for clenri ; out the ; NOTJOE. I Isaao I1endricks" ,3' Timothy ghtman, THERE will be a.. regular eonT ance tor ',,' \'
letter of the 7th inst., to communicnte channel; and lit is anticipated t'I' the operotioD SIX Weeks after d&te the Iwill, pply, 0 the Jal11esM. lIarris, J. II. Woo Wood. I once a. wcek'trom t. Mary'. '
I ,
a statement of the measureo which will be commenced.b1 the ,first of the Judge of Cou ty Cdrt'ofAllI.chua I James R. 1I0uston. TheophUu Oeo., by Pablo to St. Augultine ; t leanlSt. >
you been taken here for the suppression ext Jan aryJ' ," County,Tor letters ofa inistitionon .-' ISAIAH D.'IIAn P. M.l'tICOLATA Muy'. every Wedneldll.Ylat: 2 olcl k, P. M. j
v : h th Seminole Indians. the Estates of CONSTANT- 'E SMTII, and arri ve at Pablo next(l11" Jt
tbe w Ilnd t tPenonl
of the U. EMSTUS ROpERS ORG..J W, 1I0US who wish to avoid .: bt
General Clinch is in command r DEA TIIS.At n expo- '
., lIITZLEll late of County.t eceasec, "
Troops in Floridn;nnd he has, subject ,, CIIARLES W LDRO .. The undersigned' res tfullya.n.nounces lure on the water,will find very mrortabl. '
of .thmy. Duval Ellen fit to' the' Publio, t at he in. accommodauons at Jo ernandlna 1 t Mr. ,A.
Creek (
his orders, f uttcen.companies; ; Trout County, 'Jan ary 1, 1836. 6w48NOTIVE. ,\ [ tobertheUotelknown "
wife of Col. John Warren. At ,th'e early age tend. o ninl[, early in Diu', rand can leave Fernandin thl, next

l. Govemors of South Carolina; Ge rttl ;- of 32, she, as .taken ,aw6.y, having a. husband as flCOLATA 1I011U. be buUding mormng and arrive at Pablo the "me day'. :r,,
The : and EX' small children, to ,mourn ,herirrepa.ro.ble / having been greatly enlarge wlll comfortably They can leno Pablp every l"ridty roornina I ;
. Alab8ma, and,Florida, have be n recsted ALL persons indebted to, an having '(.8- accommodato a. numero company, at"o'clock, and arrive at 5't. AUlulltite It 6", )
.. under the orders 'of Gen. OSS.M.l 'against the Estat f ELlSII and the \ '
to place the Rooms will be well furnish p, M. .o.me dll.Y lea.ye St. AUgUlti ey r1 \t;
inch, such force 8S he may require, and RINE.JOURNAL.. WlIIDDEN, deceased, are req Ited to prt-;. Tabl richly lupplied ith the b t fl1re tbe Sunday, and arrive'at Pablo .ame da I,

, bas been authoris d to call for such force, sent the for same sctt1 immediately ment.. pro' rly l1.uUlen.cated country afford.., IPaslien er wi.hing to visit at?A to altIne', ,
m in his judgment ren- PiClolata. is situl\ted On tbe St.'J, hns river, will be ccommodated reMono.bl term... "t "
circprnstances y PORT OF J __.. : RY.4. WILLIAM RIQ Adm'r.Jacksonville on' j }
I. r neceesary., Jan. 21,1836., 48tf, fortY'' milea above Jackaonville eighteen .'are tram St. Mary'. by Pablo toBt. i\ui\l'- II I Ing' ,
The Sloop Qf 'Var Vandn1ia is ..alreadyn : RRIVED.Jan. mile I Welt 'of SL Augultine ;, de th of a stagecommunico.tion three $5., Froml St. Augultin,' to r lo '3. ,< '

the coastinstructed to co-opernte with .'29thSt amer Florida,IIebbar4, from DRY GOOS, GROCE JES,. & bours.-The climate, requiring JI remarkab only a. mild and Tber 'l. also": Illfe boat w lchwill, ,u'n ': r.< ,

cn. ,Clinch, and three revenue' 'cuttersve Savannah.' respecifull inf.k'm the and being exempt trOD} humidity once a week flom Pablo to JlLcklOntile ; and / ;

I been" ordered, on for the' St. Johns, 30th-Br frSarah & P.hebe a.bbagefro'm TIIE'subscriber he bas just turned from balmy of,the,,sea atmol\>here, bas .p ed highly will depart and arrive .0 aI to mee\ the mail :,_ :
r d tbe others to the collSt west of the peinsula New York. Schr. CassIUs, Ilunes;Trom N.York. New York, with an ,en re ne, and full as.I baneficial to invalid. laboring er pulmo. boat on it. return trom t.,Mary'. 'd the .:
r ,with-diiec ns to1rry- ,into'effect Ste roer'John David Mongin, Curry,I sortment of Dry' Good. Ibrdw e and Cut.l nary'affections.. Itage as it arrive. from St. A u.tln.. Far "
from Groceri and Provi.sions tween this trom Pablo to Jl\ckaonville .:' An'fare to '.J
l y instructions they may'receiv from Savannah. ry, Shoes and lIats, .A Steamboat runninl{ weekly ,
en rnl Clinch. 318 Cu er .Ingham. I ebb1I'd, from SLMary's Drugs 'and Medicinesl: bcke and p1aco and Savannah, will affora ery de.ira.ble b paid at,Pablo; .rrAYLOR. .,' ,(;

Five h 'ndred stnnd of arms with' the reuisite Geo.. Glass Ware; And hope. by n tte tion; to fo.cility for c ml11unication 1letween''the 'It\The i\tallboat wUlt.aTe ,Pab for Se. .r

) ,' ammunition, have been ordered toe I CLE./lRED. merit a shll. ,of their p tronag and assures two places. Mary,'. every Tuelday and return 0" Tbur.. 't} ,
issued from Augusta, upon the requision' Jat'inst.-Steamer ,Florida, ,Jlebbar for them, that lu. Goods'''WIll be 80 at a reasonable With tbese advantages, the J ndenlgnedhope. dll.Y. Tbe ltage leave. Pablo ever1 Friday, '':l'f
of Gen. Iternnndcz Gen Clinch has Savannoll. price for Cash, or in b for conntryproduce. by his unremitte 'caU for such ordnan etores rig Sar h & Phebe, Babb ge! for St. ary's II. II: III LIPS.N. to ..ender, entire satisfll.c on teul1 who may dmg Sunday., m p.'I.,., :
" II authority to tidE" DeerSkins '
I B.-CA.UI paid for Cotton f vor bim, it.h tbeir patronag lor.
. os he may"require, d Ihefsame nulority GeorgIa. Tallow'lleeawax;' Mosl. .; JOliN tp. LEVY.PicoJo.ta JACKSONYILLl1 ','{ ,' !i'-:
has been extendedto.the qov rn rfthe No' 20. 140tfNOTICE. E.F 12., Bw38I '" '
"I IJ It ,A CARD, Jacksonvill ( r Sept. AND TALLAI1ASSEE I $TAGE.. : ;1i't
Territory.Geri. .
Clinch haS b en, a1s direct. d to TH undersiged, officerl thel wh .erv d inhe MEDICAL NOTICE. -. ; 0; :

t ...ntA tbe'"war::,., .b fhe t01Qetlh or.nd iiriiT cainp1Llrrn-ugJ.inI1"h -stillln"tU1fe'Seminole f tlf1n Inli ,..""LL"peraonJ.h&vi g,,' u.agalDlt'.tht lUt.. EDA JCJr3."fj" unl'o'u'ORAPUATII' ,-, ........1 .-t.. ,__ ,.. y. "', : r 1 -- 'h_""" 'I
pacification WN deceased ,10 'oJ. \ '
Indians Lving if
tbe the late
not allow any theit, ..t1. estate of JOI-1Jf L COLIEOII OFlOUTII ,1'1' 'I
tbe aid in their country, OF THII, ,
reduced unconditional subission. and all e \
, to
ntil they are .een with regret a. statement it) lom of per80Q.n c1l1.1ms and CAROtJlU, .are' Infonned that a. line of l'tIEPublio ,
deserted tate, are requeated to presen t .fr T '
I this
tbat Regibent -
the a iCov.red Do.rouch.'wiU b.tween
part run
papers F. J. Jun. nt lo ali atJacluunt1iUe
of eir de Ja
that 'these 'measures m e lItJ'Di1&/f II pmnan '
I cannot but hope from the field at With1acoo4ee during Fl1yrnent t. Bnowlf ot Tallaha.see and Jacklonvme..to.1' &hIe J'pl
sufficient (0 restore immeiBte'tranquility. SON 0 Geo. or DuaE County, '
: ill be found the action, take this pportunity tfsll.yingthat New Orleau. Executors., ; t. 8 every Monday. ,[
i this statement i. untrue, and refUest( the F. J. JUDS ,x.X8culor.Dec. OJ'FERS mi nnVICI8 III TilE J'RACTICII OF OJ'"Forty pound. baggage will b. aU owed

(Signed) 'LEWIS C SS, public to .uspend, auy opinion of General on th Clinch lubject is 3d, 1835. 41tfNOTICE. MEDICINE, StJRGERY OBSTETRICS.nr to each pallenrer,and for any greater weight;

Secretary, ofVar.o until the official report iren'to those DR. AtDRl u may be found'at Mr. I.D.lIart'and ono cent pe pound wm, be claried foe ev t1.tcn .
if credit i.: not
the lIon. J os. 1\1. 'V BITE, seen, when : wilt be ready at all hour. to mUe..
) who merit,it a. correct account wit be pub.lished .' "
Ho fRepreseves. 11i1111'make to next County OJ'"F e through'each waYl is
.. Iwhich will be supported bya.ffidavitsof I application )1 attend to call. ,
in the Co rt of Columbia cou t Cvhich Deo..l0',1835.. 42ttPUDLIO .,
'W reirret o ,learnhll.t a. misconstruc onhu'by all the officers.and men presett, b held 'on the first, Monday jr' 'p'ril next) JackaonUe! Jan. 14. 3 .' "'1'1

8O e, been placed upn om.e remarks battle.JOlIN WARREN Co1. 4thn.F.M.W. for a. division of the cattle 0 J EL' G., LO- NOTIOEIs
: PER late ofaaid county de .d aU per.oni CONVEYANCE }'ROl\I ,. .
"our 11l.5t ; .
cle ill tbat the
contained in e.n ar pub1ish J.MILLSLt. Col. 'claims cattle will hercb given 't perso-ns,
rela to the R venue Cutter.Jij'T8t ia, and naving against befoJt. that 'Officers of tho different JACKSONYILLE TO'ST, AUGUSTINE." .
ye J: <;}. COOPER, Mijor. render in their on 0 ,
her gen 1emll.nly,commander, Captain JA.CE101t. me! JAMES W ARDS.Dec.,4 Gunrd Stations, have strict ord ra to arrest : '

That ar le was penn d wi ,the utmost DESERTED I 1835. 3m42 ane!'detain under guard, al1 t4vc and freo in .,..
found at large
colored rso s ,
good feeling 'on our p io ards Capt.J I this command the following per- : with .
FRO be NOTIOE the actual Be"ico 'and in con ny' '
reward wU paid niood
.- dollars JIE'Subacriber wlll r Bar h
the important.a.nd
cIu to
kson,:a d with a relpect !" for the apprehension of each of them, and SIX'Weeks fro date, I ( apply to the their owner or overseer. T. Ind good 1I0Re fiom J .ckaonviJI. toSt.

,honorabie command, which he their delivery to the Commanding Officera at Judle of the I1nty' Court ofDuval })crsons aro. therefore requcstcd to govem AuruAUne, ,dnce a wuk; to lan. thl. .

holds as a naval officer oftha United States.We either oftha posts"of Fort Eaton, fort Warren County, for letters f uhnini.tr& ono themselvcs accordingly.JOliN place every Monday "morninl[, aDd arrive )1St. \
by no means intended'any thing unkind Fort !.ml., at,Jacuonville, or,St. John.Bluff. the'estate of FRIlNCI' FAULK, lat. of.aid \V ARREN, Augu. ne on the enninl[ofthel&JU'fl11: '
: from the County, deceued. C I, 4th Kegt. t .lI.Jacksonyillc \ leaye 8e. Aupat1DI'
for on"Wedne.day
him-but the lteturning-will
t ard. ,
ever .
TAo.. DYNOM..JanuarY17
,Ste !&m'Fer ande:, William BauMer" 'DEM EY ..
Dec. 8 1835. mornin and ant,.It th1a place
first nterview, we w re favorably impressed Starratt,Franc 6 Rouz,NatMn l 'ra 1'4"Wingate 83G. 6w4GNOTIO ; ,, the nnin ,oelli., .am..day, : \
and-with Joel e Wm. ..11.Rus .1
with gentlemanly 'deportment, Wm. Wingate, Wing '
NOTIOE.Cnalt" wU1 b. allow.dto
IIee- IITForty pound. ba"lrlii ,
'JohnlO RoberclohetUon, _
l1 JoAn
assistance ,
the desire he manifestaCl, to render ,all kid TuekerJ, Geo, Turner, Willoughby T1uker, h etoCore exil ng orrICE-b TAr.'CoVIn, r each pu.eDler;and ror&flYpater ".Ih&,

inhia power, to aid in defending out: Oli er, WOOcl, Franc 6 Richard, E raim lI rri6on THE Co-partnenhip the uame of L. BRIER. &Co. hubeen'cliuolved JacklOnm Atgu.t 3d, 1835., one cent'per pound will bt chargec1' tor.overy,

:rerritory frm! tha ravages of ihe Semiuole. Demt.trio SaLu, PAi'AUUJJI1d6, Cr.arluJY' bl the dell. of Euilu WIL perlOn'. having1anl ,deld. ,9r other, t.n mile.. .,.,-1).:. ,
feeling l8 Mam.Mott J. P.Bdk7l4p,John D.1l4y, ; nst ALL to be recorded. ItJ" F ar, eat: wa'r. "
His a.rnval opposite oUi City gave uu LUlU.11 perlOu. baJiD demand'' ar oC wraing .I II. JI. I'IIILIPB. '
'of security than we had for John EnnU. W. L. Narton, Joh JilW.longa, T.H. the d firri1 are requea d to preSent the will plea..leav. the mo y.or r.c rdlpg tlle.ame I .b.l.! .,..
greater Langley, Tho.. C. EUiQtt, l'tA ri.ck 'VA .ame;' and all perlOn. in bted to faid firm, aleo-othenriae th, deed. 'or other in..trumentl'will ., JaeJuonyiU., "
.orne me previous experienced-and that L. 11. Jailiion, Jotph,C/&uley, W 1I B.Peek.JOliN to make' payment to the ubacribr, who i.authoriaed not be p1 d upon record until I "
feeling of aecuritll u jncreased' becoming ARRENCol.4 to receive the e. i the fee. j. pald.FerlOn.1 ;
b tter qua1nted with his ...billty and Jtegt. F. )1.Jacknville r L. CztRRIER.Nonmber &ving paper.of any kind a1read1, SIX weebafter datO wiU 'Ppi, to the ,

worth. 'We could not witboudoing..injuace Feb '2, 1836. 50V 10, 1635j recorded, w n pleue call anel ,P&1110r themlu the Jodie of the. CountJ'Court ct) .
the ,, ork u done. and I waotJD1 pay. Danl countYl forleUen otadm'D1lon' on ,
to Jiim; and to our own feeJingl, lpeak of.C.pt. ALUADLE LANDS on SALE. NOTJC lSAIAUJ>...U4RT"C lrk.a.cklOaJll1e the e.Ute or CIl.l111.c.ES IIQYT'late ,.(Alel

... a.cboeither as a ientleman or inofticer. lia ndi &fnat the \ Aug. 3.NE1V count" deceaaed. 'JOSIAU FQGU.1
valuable tracts'cl Cotton Land, person. i g d.a Dec. 10,1835. 0.4.2 r
in any other tenus Iwl !hoao' of the TIIREE u follow.Ohe on Sawpit ALL N. RYl1J 1RK, 1eceued; y,%

highen ommenclation. Creek, known' bl the name;>f Sawpit Planta are requelted to pre.ent du1y &tte.ted, STORE" 1V ANTED, ';; 1
on, containin '350 acre. Another tract to the under.lped, on o I Core the 1st daI'otFebrulUf Sl1blCriber ha.a Juat reelheel &'torn- 'J,
During the put week the weather been'' situated on JoJJy., Bln1f, o ite the city otSt. nut, and all, nonaindebted tonid TilE uaortment or EasluA.1&4 Wnlrul .t,T,J.hi. Oft1e., an .pprtnti to the Priat. "
Mary.., containing 150 acre.. Alao, another E.tate are reque.ted. m e immediate 4 GoodI.nd Gr cmuwhieh ar.'oft Ir.d (nil buaine...''U\.en ou te. J.ara oW, ,
exceedingly cold. Ice ia no variety her just .. od moral character and Indoatiioua b&it.
tract, diatant about ree mil.. frornJolly" payment. : for pJ. at tlse pric. oC'fr
now. We pre.ume th t we are experiencing !Jlncommonly callcilllawlel'.tract, )AMES II n IRK, 1'VILLIAM EJacklOn J. r. LEVY.Picol&taNOY.I0. ., to IUCh f n lib.n1 eneolU.m'.nt.111 ;,.' : ., "

:the e1fe t4 of .tho,cc ifeat ,Inow, .toan at the contalDlng r.J__ acres. J. ULLS'l 39tI 'ered. +, .1 ;.. : :

North. These traetl of land hue wel Q: hoose.on l1... Oct. 1, 1 38ttNOTIO .. "
FOR 1I'1a' "
During nights 'put the thermometer themalao,out buildings r the croll', &c. 'I; ,INc.
manl uonable Sti neart1 n.w; one con. LITIIROGRAPHEK,
all or which will be a.ld on term Copper .. .
moat h&T faDen "feral degrte.below Creeling For condiUou a}>p1y to eith or the eub.cri- person. haYing delIf.nd. .pln.t the iDr two hundred rUonl with It J, Walhtreet, New York. -" "
: point. On Mondal morning at'o'clock, ben, MILO K. INCKSTON, ALL of )Ira. G.I1U helter otthe aame ca iti; tis. o er cantainiDI r IFAOTORAGE

the mercury.tood at 310. At the lUDe hoUr HENRY MAXEY.Jacbonrille TIER, dec. will CalNT1RE atte t.edbaud .- [ fifty ,allou, "hicJ wlll be ,dJ.po dof OOMMI8SI0 .j
Feb 1,1 31050 all person. at term" a.d'anta to the pnreh..r DUSINESS. 'I
W ,, :
ota Tusdal, 330, on' eaday.. 350 and Cn1an or o. JJUDI :
immediate n.ayuu t For Cttrther 'paf tnluJre ... .
thia m rning it .too 1 at.Mo, o weeks ago REWAllDtl W. B. ''ROSS.JaeklOnYiUe 1GTO., Etct.WhitelTille, or at thi. oftiee.JaeklOnriU. '. ..a 8ubacriben tatend etWlIiJh1 r oQ.
lut SIU1d&I' it atood 12 ocloekAI. high $100 18$. 29tI .,)1&16. IDtrBLANKS 1.,. t1nt Ncpmber. a bra eb 01 &h... \
&t Jnly25
in the town or Jachonville, on the nOuM In CJwlelton, 8. O. ror the tranJUtioll -
"SOO. 1I0w weh changet bom extreme.a1f'ect LOST alt. a RUIH't Foc: t-book,,contain.ing MOSS or all PriAted a& 01 Factorae'an4 Commb-ioa'Buabs..,
the innttd, and check h connie.. On'J' oc.uP Dou.uJ,or there abouta, 10,000 LDS.W OF ANTEV DACE;, iee at delCription..bor( notice. UDde, the 6rm of W. Jel.. & Cf. &0" "' 111a
will return the .a ne, or give ..nehintonnation t.ed their W. KiP" a cl..ou14
wJioe'f'8r bI pvtner
the bud-and then the abon
eence-perhapa nip It in f.hat it may beroeonred; ahaUreeein TilE Subscriber will)1oefi,,*bue(' deU"red i iS&Y&J1Jl :r Alto, Job Work la a hancJ.ome .t.-l, 'JtfW11 o ., t.heil _"le.. In both the -
of Dla.ck
the abon re1VUdor: ten pnunt.Cor \ &D4 on reucl1able tenu. ei e4 01 Chart... &Ad SUUUWI, &0 theirrien4 -
pV postpone till our nut, the pnblihbon prniou to bt &obet. we'or
recehed. and '
the amoUDt i r La.dior1I&nic.tI ( the1iJbUo. \-Ij
Jllltiee l&n D.edBUJ. :
or the of the Council inClrder
proceedIngs amall 'luantitle ''' '
CHARLES J': J I It. & W.
OAlt&AtJ (or&I. at ,
to lD e r oJ for tho Freaident'. Sj.ia1 W.. ruu J.., )IOJUELL.S'n 3'J
Attome1 or L fOC
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1UUft'. m re1& oJ1 to our afti.irI,wIth laebonrille, Feb.2. :i9 : nah, Jun, 17. I 1 4tr27 &hi. offic. .





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..M-SO.ELLANEOU: being dangerously sick,,was visited I by :. ,, dAZET'I'E.yolums, by Pl PlPublished

1 DEFINITIONS. a clergyman, who, perceiving the poor fellow ISAAC c.. PRAY Jut,
/tIorie9A ;Gab peculiarly ,difficult to* give way to despondency, kindly,inquired i1 number contain wil! be published "'
g eight f
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,if any hienous ain1a1'bea on his _. -equal to sixty l larRe'quant'

: ., catch. heart The sick with sighn bove company take this method of APT.IIEBBAiitD laneous and ono nal wctuao. 4t '
: llra"e-An ugly,bole in the ground, man replied a TilE have ; matter. prillted
wish' i that ho.had been guilty of a grievous sin rming the public that they "tXIIL: .run once a week from Savannah rigrWbitepape "Wlth perfectly 0 II t
I robicbioves i : ; and. poeU they were ; purchas two Steamboats, ,the MACON handsome! title age and'
fY: to' Picolata at Darien S t' correct, iadej''
b keep uncommon ,pains to keep out of. but its magnitude was so great that he was. and EEL, which boats are to run rep Mary's, ar d Jacksonville., touching: be furnished; an I the s:work a\the
almost afraid The larly be teen Darien and Macon, leaving r, year will form g i eat'" 0
ItfoJ ty-fl. beautiful, flower that flourishes to name it. clergyman boats. R. & W. KING, of excellently printed,
: Darien ce week with two tow hundred and
every sixteen
I'' only in secret places. asked him if he had been an unkind bus The ate boats will draw only 26 inches of Agents c at Savannah.' three thousand i uodecimo: pagel"',9q"!

SbwW%.-A qu'aJitytJy which' its pose band ? lea A tyrannical i .father ?, No. A water,wh two good engines in each. The passenger Freight payable most be by cleared shippers.at the.All Custom-slave ,The volume w H contain tweatq.j pages, it J

treacherous friend ? No but I have donea compan, have been at great expense to places of music for the Piano; Fo'rte'' l.
eessor jn, attempting to promote the happiness s lin if steamboats in the Ocmulgee andAltamal House. one hundred of< ommon shVet'could ) Vic': :'egoV
deal than either. Have Convey;aces for St. Augustine, in read!' Du lt .
of other people loses his own. great worse you and riverswould resJ>ectfullysolicit not be pi chased
at PiiJulyl olata.
1i.''Jlyoiing ;Man,ojtalcnt.:-An !Impertinent: violated any of the commandments ? ,No, be the patr age of the for public.merchants This who line wish will to ness B35.. then mined five to dollars and the ptuately publish! ; bt'*
a gre t facility proem the simple a''
scoundrel himself forward I believe not but 'alas blubbered out the rather
( who thrusts ; a ship the good by the way of Savannah' or complex and d.fl cult. thl A

f writer, of execrable'poetry ; ,a pers li.itb'. :* despairing, invalid-(t?-"1 have ,taken a Darien, 0 liiwkinsvaie and Macon or in SUN AY MORNING NEWS.' Although,Uw publisher places, adn

out modesty; a noisy feljow' ; a speech' ma newspaper f//uH> yeart,* ty) f f-and neglected shippin menU h Cotton e been made to Savannah.to forward. cotton Arrange or I THE S >-nday-:the Morning public for News upwards has Mow of three be, my dance paper whatever, from, n the support of no,,,, rn

ker., r to,payjbr 'it-lJJ goods wand hout detention between Savannah months d if any criterion, can be drawn be presented occ 810nal1y engravirrgetyR then
,LatoytrrA learned gentleman who rescue Da n. from thf il iber of its patrons and subscribr and wo6d of beautiful from A
Dis.de office ob the Saturday Wisher i?' No exition or expense: 'will be spared to ers it has met with a flattering acceptance, ish. Already'h e appeared workmanship an cep

\ roue estate :from your enemy, dasked'a colored blood stepping into our office give the realest despatch to goods.or cotton and the principles it has been guided by in engraved portrait f Jamtl Fenimore a' beau' et,

keeps it himself. shippedAgen ff this line. its management, have been approved ,and executed on steeJ,'and a chaste
;, \ My\Dt.aJ'-A; expression used by man a dar or two ,Ii nee. Answer being in i for_the'aboye boats : sanctio ed. As a consequence. of its increased page, engraved,on, opper. vignette, ,

\ '.''- of.a the affirmative,'bo pulled up the corner of AlDWltf ,& CO. Savannah.) birculatl.n\ts: advertising .friends have Its contents will be various and

..! ,....and'"1' .wife 1.,.-at-the.' .Commencement quay big collarjand ,exclaimed, Whe'r 'you 1 1paper las' J. %fvvuAViD & Co. Macon. come fo ward in large numbers; andas It may there, ,will be a'general record 'of i Bpirite OCCIIn N''

; ''re1 S, :a The clerk handed him of the MiTC/ct/ & COLLINS,'Darien. now be considered fairly afloat,and rising o n tee, Statistics, Obituary,notices Sl
; one
'lrtlcA'1M .-A man employed by the J., E/t'B, DELENO) Charleston. the tide of p blio favor, it affords an admirable addition to the Tales, ;ends,tEsapTn A''
: last number be his vehicle for the dissemination
when placed ebony fin 1 of such intelligence elling Literary
parisH{ in the air. Deo.p34j i-i -ft"*ve and R'ist '
tc elfep open r those business I Sketches
ger on a communication signed 'Sensi at engaged ip wish Biography, Poetry &c.
Hones -An excellent joke.Dentii SALE. ,to communicate to their correspondents,and elegant for the Si
...,' y. tive. 'V ho write dat ere article (' I dontknow SI GA I 'MILL FOR customers. I of paper literature parlor,and l t
'-A who finds work for as
perspa' : !i' Well, you tell him I treat him AffeofPoinfFoundj BARGAIN ,i is offered, In the ,The number of papers supplied to casual secured from some of the contribution most riI d1
! Lib i own ;eetb, by taking out those of other with de New Sugar Mill, from West enquirers, in addition to the regular subscri rican authors. popular
4 most,contempt ; and be so kineas diameter of Centre Roller
people. ; bers, on Sundays is very great, and is constantly The work will be printed
I j shadow of hope.v to stri :my name off ob your sumscrip- two ettwojind a half inches,and two outer increasing j; which M another proof f tain as much readingmatter as well anVn alld c: be
.nar.-The as
fo t ten and one-fourth inches- mil
tion lis I on't ) one one popular approbation, and a of the duarto
paralize papers what make eyjn attractive paper now published in
1 Iturai'dityly.i -Potatoes and turnips. with/Iron/ cc s', points, &c, as also a set of character,of its miscellaneous States and the es
:,,: V iter. and ; it can safely and truly betS .
Proipeehuand, Index.-Appendage toliteraryfork a persomna ties.-palt.[ Ket e. from he noted Foundry Scotland. contents.' the cheapest journal of the kind 1 p.
known by ninepoof Under' these, favorable
circumstances 01
the ,
t, the, former showing what i itought A: PUZZLER.:-One very wet day 1 last. ra ed and as malleable Iron. ,, The cap Sunday Morning News' will proceed with re paper Tf RMS is firmly--Three established-to dollars per annum,;/;
'be 'latter it is. Jity of tb'fjgrand Kettle is three hundredgUon. doubled confidence, : be paid i li,,, o
week and
to 1 eI.iho what twclHighlandmen, travelling on the energy in laboring vance. Two dollars for .ix' months
., and|proportioned, or graduated to to the taste IS
gratify curiosity and of the pub paid in advance
,'. Glasgow ipad, were',overtaken, << by,the new sixty gallon being four to the set; all of lic, in all the various items of intelligence Boston 1834. I

'No OMAN'' WITHOUT ,HER VALUE;.-A steam carnage, tho Three Mile House.- Which, with poolers, Vats, and a Cistern to which form the staple of a weekly journal. j ITO j frn

poor p asant ,in Germany 'had; one daugherf I The Coltsgazed for some ,moments in silent contain thir of hogsheads of Syrup,will be The: man of business will 'be We to findtherein TIlE PUBLIC.
disposed applied for shortly for at least
tl ;':wfi ?' was so truly hideous, that (ft Will wonderment', when the first who re twenty-five:rfr cent below cost. tion. upon the the most state recent of the and foreigt correct and infoilna-domestic -- THE SUBSCRIBER, having purch* n

,ijjwith, ;h't' ',nsShakspenro said-'The cursbarked covered h neeU; exclaimed l Teil =be in i ia A line di.f jcted to E. D. COX, on Sidon markets, the current of business, the arrival ,Editor and Southern Agriculturalist from itch, f

at,her as she passed along.. Yet the queer sing' Dougal-never ''saw the Plantation' *]!* Intoah County, Georgia,,(a.* with, of mercantile vessels 'and* every thin*\ connected solicits the proprietor support of the Mr.friends John D.of Lepr
Manager attended to. affairs Am.
man pr ising' through-the village in which like afore ; a ceoch:run, awn, Erne te horses March,12.)! 4wll meet with at faithful abstract; ,the pniticjan of the move-will ture, and of the interests connected with i 1i

alit liv 1, saw her and asked her in trisrringe. ; fright 1m back.:." "Hoot no," replied ments of parties,with legislative proceedings throughout the ,Southern States. ,lie Stc
published this work for
'Sir,' said the honest rustic her father Dougal;u tf horses be putten inside for the NOTICE. here, together with details of'Jie political commencement, in the Mr.: Legare 1628 and from i b

4. ''; take the of. rain wit assed by the Legislative Coun- 'operations on: the continent of,Europe, and thus practically year with he' W
; unwilling to advantage any this day.; BYAnacciloftli'Territory, at its ,last session every other' quarter of the globe}the lover of which it should acquainted be conducted. the modei

ml1nLve/ you observed the,.unseemly and approve by the Governor, Feb. 14th, varied and diversified reading \\will find the tion will be continued the Its public

form oftmy daughter ? 'are you aware that A i NKTT- !: JATUIlEGrimaldi': once 1835, the Sulcribersmisaioners were appointed Com means of gratifying his appetite as copiously in the same manner as on heretofore same with termn

hissed at Sadler's Wells I after singing his t open..Books and receive sub- supplied as possible} while the' admirers of improvements : no
I have with her P' 'These as his
Aothiug to give ,, : literature will be sure to experience may ngpa
.crllUon for ie stock of a- Bank to be located discove'r'something As the
celebrated comic subscriber is tl1
other have with song of Tippity witch to suit their tastes,in the solicitous to make Ai
replied tne no weight me. in this wn, to be called TIlE BANK choicest extracts Journal thn vehicle
etc," and appealed\ to the audience._ OFr from native'and foreign for dissemminating ustfi jy
JACKS WILLE.. periodicals, and in information
'But she both, hunch.backed, and hlnchb"reuted. the contributions not only with regard to estate
.' < 0b, that is precisely l what I lie had added,," he said frowned, In porous 0 of which ,the Subscribers writers.,The'tone' popular and approved lished systems of husbandry, but also err',,
winked hereby givescription otice that the Books for Sub- preserved throughout, will mental effort in Honk In
choked ,
'' sneezed, gaped cried, be that of scrupulous Agriculture and :
't Her skin is like 'Ianrejoiced morality 'so that the
shagreen. for be stock in said Bank, will be most'fastidious shall. ture" he invites free and unrestricted COJIIJIInicatlOn I
at it. 'You cannot perceive that grinned,grimaced, and; hiccuped ; .he bad opened in t"*Town,-'4 the Counting-Room to'on this have nothing to'oJect from all 'persons occupied in the
:done alljha.could be"if one by"brow, ch'ut of'Mesara.. chard & Rider, 'corner of score- wish of the prop e'; pursuit*. ,;Lr*'m ne"iinaglne'ttiat solh
,the ho* any, G.T OOo dJ ,4 Hh*!. Lordly tor, as it h( been and will continue to be his
cbeeks nose and I Bay and Li tJ stieeta, at 10 o'clock,A. M facts or isolated experiments: are too trivial'be llr
three fethJghl Better stilL' 'To' eyes, mouth, and what duty aa well as his desire, shall be to unite
I I on the Court!day: of next communicated. All knot'
in columns
its in
the matter short, she is almost dumb and more did they wont' ? "Why, we want," W. J Mali ILLS. order, a| that is sound well arranged and and digested edge is but the aggregate of humble park

I yawnedra languid voice from the ," ,WILLIAM RIDER. elegant in litera Jars ; and Science in artmen
wholly deaf.. You transport me. .But we ture, amusing in art, instructive in the'sciences to throng ;
\ STEPHEN EDDY brought perfection,not the in
\ want new feature.,. and for >
my good friend; said the father, I cannoton' ISAIAH D. HART passing necessary events. a correct appreciationof mentality of a single exrraordinary: ,l

what propose to do with a Commiitumers.Jackaonvil The Py the} ,contribution of particulars b ,
'e, !
you ularity
A now enjoyed by ''
gentleman, just recovering from,a fit thiejournal, individuals and lapre
generally after the ,
E. F. 2d will
without Apr be Ue best
deformed for
so ugly and a pen guarantee a careful adherence '
of the gout, received trom'an illiterate friend to the many years,he ,js desirous, therefore, to bin

ny.. .' Do 'with her, I will put her in a boas xt a'l letter commencing This leaves me THE URER'S NOTICE.tASURER'S and the patronage means hitherto by which extended it was acquired towards; I as and many from facts to as can be furnished;,

I get my bread by exhibiting monste, it, the Most flattering the, reid who is systematic it
hopping. Ia hiS reply,he drily observed encouragement. to' ,a his experimental an account of bi l
TI OFFICE ) perseveruice in the
for the fortune let alone for the same course.
as me failures
Your l letter as well a bis'IUccessful efforts will
found me just aa it lift you Tall )see, Mnrch 8th, 1835. J New York, August tn. ,
acquisition! of that. > acceptablel If the last are worthy of being
hol g"Srimsu used 21st November 1829
an act it
By they be imitated,the fin!
'no'I: -;; ,1 is provlAuctioneers lad that all\ Bonds executed by GREAT NATIONAL WORK.AlIER'IC.4N s should be noted 'may
Mr '' ; ,earn not for the pomp and l\I.um.-Perfect m order, to be shunned.
equality ,exist tall be forwarded by the Judge ,}MAGAZINE The subscriber hopes that this tolu
grandeur: of the world. I ask not and of the,Count Court to the Treasurer of the appeal
only,ao ong the dead. OJ, use ,J\nd'Entertaining Knowledge,to It iI. fellow citizens of the South will not b. i is
,wish not ,to' have splendid tomb'erected Territory of I rida: and thatallAuctioaeereshall'quarterl lustr ted ty numerous Engrmingi.Y ., vain. It would be a reproach: to our Plantento
this fkailtenement-nor amubleBlab I:NE; P GOODS. !, n each year commencing'onthe BOSTON meet the fate of the Southern Review Of
poor 1st of Jaii&ry, transmit to the Treasurer COMPANY. ,
i it be nf-
at head to out the lit. THE Subscriber hiv just received from under oath t before some siccess which has : may justly said, that it was
,placed my point York full n Judge copy TIIE attended the pub- fared to fall,when it was not rearing fa
,'a supply of Fall and only
of all sale effeCsd by him, with the amount )*} of the best Magazines from Ui
tie spot of earth, which my bones may'oc- Winter Goods, consisting of the a well merited fame as a literary people,
and at what tine and place, and for whom English Press has led to .
issuing it
was habits -
barrels the Southen
i 'rest in best Canal riodical vindicating
cupy. Let'my body peace, after 100 halfdo Flour, the same waa rade. Now, all Auctioneersare a p more particularly adapted from the, unjust aspersions which han

once being committed; to the bosom 'ofanother 75 bbls Pilot dp do required to tie notice of said law, and to the wa and taste of the 'American pub'lie : been so liberally,bestowed out of 011

earthy 30 do Irish Bre&d//! conform to,it, ormits upon their Bonds must _Whili it will be the object of the pro section of country. The'upon Southern.us Agriculturalist" !
be instituted. dgei of the Courtsare praetors to make the
County work
strictly what its
20 hhda in t&i
My onty'wlsh is to have some kind and 4000 Ibs New Bacon England Ron, requested without delay,, to forward, title indicates it will, nevertheless, contain place of the Southern some measure supplies far ai i-
faithful t'ieDd.) t6 stand by .me, in the last 4000 do best Soap, I droperly Auctioneers certifiedind in tlair approved, the Bonds of all article in reign:of interest to its patrons, which gards the circumstances last alluded so to. {

hours of dissolving nature, 'to cheer ,my 10 quintals Cod Fisi, possession. appear Extensivi Magazines. serves as a Register hot only of methods of
20 kegs Goahen Butter CHARLES'AUSTIN, preparationa have been :entered Husbandry, but also of facts relating to cor'
the into Both with ;
drooping spirit, td \Vipe cold sweat of 40 Artists and Authors ''to furnish system of d ci-
bags best CoffeeMeai.tc'PrimePor Treasurer olthe Territory of Florida. from all : Slavery. The subjects of the
death from,, my brow, and sooth me with Molauee Sugar Rica and illustrations, parts of the Union, dewing.I line, the treatment, the characters of ear
the !OiceJ of aflectlon and tenderness. And Mackerel White Beps, Rum, BrandI/Hol./ I .REWARD. which the pnMuhera every subject of interest will Slaves, are fairly: suited\ to,its pages, w''

when the last struggle is over,".and death land and American Gin, Inah Whiskey, ESCAPED fran the Jail of Monroe Coun enable,them:to issue a confidently work honorable believe constitute topics as interesting and importul> 1
Wines Portar to its aa any which attention
,.Lem n Syrup,&c. &c. ;District of Florida a prisoner title and acceptable toth.American can engage either our own
hu acIe'm his victim and People. who
purple -JiLSO- by thenam of JAMES S, SIMONDS The American or the'atten QQ of those abroad,
haa'ceased'its !I A large assortment of Dry Goods_Boots Magazine is published feel l legitimate interest in concerns
who our
gee ebbing and flowing, toJjoWely au c mitc.d to my custody on three monthly-eac1 humber
& Shoe., Crockery Glass Stone Hard and indictments containing between I The, subscriber begs leave, conclusion,,
found the
by jury of said forty fifty
laid in the house octavo:
narrow which Hollow wares, &o. Ac crarge. pages, at Two to remark, that if he had not undertaken to
County on t\e several of murder DOLLARS '
:.o. .'t ] e.J&.. eaWtea..and t t&e. ,"Pwy Cotton Bajj' !!ng.Twine' Rope, &e. piracy and laronj.and juadahis escape by, ,It t:anpriaa-Pattwtaaad..8iogr.phica per! annum, payable in idvance. continue the publication of this Periodical

.' loss, 'i by attention to tbeliving And this I :All of whiachwahb'esold af the lowest cash means of false k f' on the night of the 14th S ngui.hedAmericaa most' proUklT,1Wool price. 'M.-. P1NCKSTON. inst. He is t nalive of New,Hartford Con. of PublicprovemenU. ; Yiety from our city,, or been susptaow*
I f. think, is not unreasonable. Jacksonville I Nor. 19,1835. 39tf and for Buildings, Monuments, and im Wheth it will be in his power to eontinna it,
a beep several
mariners bks yean in ;, d.
cape scenery-the bound irdmnd t
command and not only on .the :
of ..
,A CITT' GUIDJU-Alady from the coun FACTORAGE & COMMISSION and at one time traung c mmanded wrecking the S hr.vessels Lydia, country nriet1.an,will forfa beauty of which, in this the Li Wry Contributions of SdutheroTU"
,. try'who had just arrived In Boston in,one BUSINESS. of Philadelphia lie) is about thirty yean ofage struction and unceasing source of ingrtification **"; He confidently now leaves this matter
THE Snbacriben intend establishing on five feet fivjl or six inches high has ; Engravings and m their! hands, feeling full assurancs! tW
of the can;J Inquired of a bystander the way first November,'& branch-of their down cast guilty look, dark sallow complex-, a description.Birds Beasts o if F Ue has character, habits, b. of there is wanting on the part of our Plantena

to a certain street close by. 'If you want to "<"". lj? Charleston, S. C. for the transac iaJb.but fromcicpe confinement for severaldtylths with everygnphyt sub, *t connected i, anal) Insects-together neither the liberality nor mental energies! ,necessary

go directly there,' said be, pouting with tion,of Factorage and'Commission Business, had bee somewhat pale,has a remarkable History! Natural and with Artificial the Geo1 I to sustain the Southern Agriculturift.t
under the firm of W. Kate & Co. to be con' scar oa his head and some lOurce.of'the re- A. E. MILLER, Publisher.

his finger 'you 1 must square the corner of I dusted by their partner W. Kin:, and would about his face. Jle ,U well known in sears New and popular max eof ier try. ,illustrated- in a familiar Charleston, 8. Ct Dec. 1,1834.

that atonal poet, pull up the new brick respectfully offer their services ia both thcities e York where hi* Vif '. connexions: reside. Horton Bewick to Persons desirous of subscribing can ap,tlZ

meeting house, then 'turn down about ftiend of and Charle.ten the and ,'Savannah, to their I will give'the;above reward if he is Mcur- No. 41, Court itreet Company. omce.x Vf. T. WILLIAMS v $Savannah,or at 8 _
rods of board ad in any Jail i the United States, or the IJJ":: Editors. o Newspaper,
twenty fence open your clamshell It. &. W. throughout the
Savannah Oct..5,183 2w: same reward witji all reasonable expenses'if United States, w 10 1! IJ publish the CABINET FUltNITuI\ B;
", and any body will tell -you,where it delivered to pre U Key West. Prospectus. and Notice the contents foregoing of. the I HOUSE

is.1-[Dedham: Patriot R. JJ THDMAaEASTIN, U. S. Marshal.Key Magazine from t oae. to time.dull be
.: e GREGORY, to the first entitled JAMES H. COOKE>;; Not 100. Broai'**?'
Attorney and CvmMer at Uv>. West,,JuV 25,1835. York, offef. for sale kind.
t, As I approve of youth," says Co'wley, HAS opene .an office lu Jacksonville, for :- Any person rtpaitting; the Agent, by mail, quality of 1 Badaa.8ideboirda-everj +rje er

who bas eometbing of the old man in practice of the Law, iii. the several OMCE.ndebted copies poet paid for, Ten Dollars ind, shall meaV .u Book Cases. -Tablet of all d/etcript-/ :

him! 'BO I am not less paused with, an old ti Courts. ofDural and of the* adjoining coon Au persons to the subscriber,, u the money one I.year hfularly continued forwajded.as long French Chair of iverv qnality-High port.04

mah t)who, has. something of, youth.; liwho e .fl.Iep1 ed .. himself, that all badness en- quested to MUle by'N pie te same or,Book without aecC".nt.dela are and re- and A liberal price ill be Hid foe 'appro prate Hair and Bedsteads MOM Mat MaJiCrnJ.Clt

.. follows this rule, may be old',in body, trusted to Cu care, shall receive prompt and no credit will be' given at my .tore'aftei the trative well of wntte national. Wdt,Of dfawinra, fill as. Looking Glu..c&rpetl-and a t.uU H"sortment
diligent.attention. i subjects in. furl
10th possessing of
March. illARDY
H. to
PHILIPS. thing
old every
but bo in mind. tere.t. 8 necessary
,can.never. ". JackfonvUle'JuJy 15,1835. /: : 39tt ptiQ.lll1'Cehed. a, thia olBee. ;
,5 'T "* f *-- <*% ,.. Jacksonville, March 3.r lOtf I -
i ,h'". 'V-; *. .-".i", V. ,"'s- ., '. '......- .'','*';,:, j .n,\- ,:,:: : ...' 0',. .", .'. '" DfCo.. 25, l. a 4.. _. +s. } April T, ; ...: \ s 3r1S

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