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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 11, 1836
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
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FEBRUARY 11
1830.
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jACJtSONVIJ. COURIER, Mr. hawking offered tl the house the site of
as a permanent the public buildingsm
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Jlcflfslatfbc. < previous notice asked and obtained leave ,\
f tJBUSHEtfo; E'AIWEBK' BY substitute for said bill..a u I entitled, "An the county of Hamilton. \ to introduce the e
bills A bill
&Oamuaa ma Of, THH act to amend an act, to or niso and regulate Also a bill to repeal in part, and i mend ."An following : enitled -
: act to establish two terms of tho
TUBII-$4 per y r,payable half.ye rJyadvance.SUJgle TERRITORY OF j FLORIDA.1 the militia of the Ter pry of Florida, an act to prevent trespasses,. pass Feb. Superior Court in Columbia ." s ,
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12 cents. repeal an act passcl 1st day of Feb 5th 1835.: ; I I
apers Mr. Wood .from the select committee IKK Also, a bill entitled An net to legitimatemd '
ruary, and for other rposes" whichwas Mr. McNeill to previous notice j. i
' I iisertsd; and Contracts I pursuant change the of Esther
Advertisements ( appointed to receive proposal and contract read. I asked and obtained loavo to in duce names George t .t
a.de for yearly adfrtising, on .reasonable for the 'of the / W and Riley Crows"-which were severally -! ;. i
A bill bill
advertisement, will be inserted printing preset session of entitled tf An n0 change the a entitled "An act to declare Fenoho- .
rms. No ; the Legislative Council, mad the follow- County Scat and read by the title, and ordered for a J ;
the Superior !
t for in place 0 aiding away river in Madison county; a navigable second ;
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paid
nless uuvouvyI in REPORT reading on to-morrow.' d
v and County Courts the county of stream-which was red by the title ,.
add \hnt Mr.\
I It mall be Tabcl'pursuant ;
All comraunicatfons may they have received poposals:; from Franklin and for other InternalImprovements. to previousnotice, I
; urposes, was and referred to tile commitco
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''C0RRiR,4P bli6her of the Coui asked and obtained I
ressed to L. the leave to introduce a
d editors of the
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Intelligence and Flori- from the orders of t (lay, and read ;
r.pestagejri, t.'i.. 1.1 eaery"., toU paid.. .,. ,, dian, and upon( comraric tlir} \ .bids, find the second time. On moti if Mr. Wood, ,Mr..Morton,, pursuant to .sntiea hnwuv. _biU..fo., entitled", An 'act to declare the En- ".
,, 4Q.Jf1'"R T it u' .f I. '\ .. :'.'.. Mr. Wilson to be iho b made a contract with him; accordingly at the third time and that bill ai on
FLOidAA.e passed. Ordered a entitled AQ to Incorporate Internal Improvements. I '
: the rates stated by him in the the title be above I ;
accompany as stated tho Florida Insuranc a d Banking '
Air. President( laid
before
e Jfcienantville-Joseph R. Sanchez. lug proposal E. J.' WOOD, A bill, entitled "An act tqauthoriso tho Company : which was first rcadby the title, "Essay on Practical the 110 se, on' I
Education"iYhich
Garrison P. M.
Spring GrO'D&-J. ,Esq. SAM'L' II. Duv At. Governor of the Territory to rniso a sufficient and on his motion,referred to the commit- had been transmitted
ferin- 4. Cohen,Esq.; P. M, to him, and vhich
;n j/an| _< G. S.: IIA WEINS. military force for,tho Protection and tee on Banks \ MOn was referred to tho committee Schools \
GEORGIA. Tallahassee, 10th Jan., 1835. defence of tho citizens of l1orida.against motion of Mr. Dennis Messrs. Bor- and Colleges with directions, on

-A. Doolittle, Esq. P. M. Which was read and concurred in by the hostile Seminole Indians and for the thelot and Macon, aro,added 10 the committee ,. thereon'by bill, or otherwise. to report ,
a Savannah-S. Philbrick, Esq. the House. prosecution of the war again said Nation, on Banks I Air\ ; Hunter
Macon-Edmund Russell., A bill, ,'entitled, "An act to amend an : and to amend the militia law,of this Ter- Mr. Duval offered the folio ing resolu- givjn, asked, pursuant and obtained to notice leave heretofore introduce .- .

act, to incorporate a company to bo called ritory," was takep from the,jrdera of the tion :- L> << 'a' bill entitled An act to to mako ttf 1
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,THE BAPTISM. the Lake Wimico and St. Josephs :Canal day, and read by tho title asecond time, Resolved, That so much of His Excel- permanent, tho 'County"Site ,of Hamilton .
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I; She stood. up in the meekness. of.her heart Company," passed !Feb. 11th, 1835-was when on motion of Mr. Woo}, the Houso lency's Message\ relates to iho existence :ounty"-which was read; and Ordered to
eating on God,and held her fair young child taken up ,from the orders of the day and went into committee of the wtole' .thereon: of Abolition associations I in venal of tho be read second timo to-morrow.' t\' ,

her bosom, with its gentle eyes' read a second time by the title,. when, on After,some time spent therein tho committee States at tho North, and to tip dissemination Also, a.bill entitled An act to amend an '
pon
motion of Mr. Wood, the House wen into rose, and Mr. McCants \ crefrom' by them of incendiary p lications, in act, to and
Foldedfin if its soul had prevent trespasses depredationson 1
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sleep, goneo committee of the whole, thereon ; after ported a substitute for''' said bill, entitled tho form Tracts among th slaves at the lands within jurisdiction of tho Ter- '
whisper the baptismal vow in Heaven some time' sent therein, the .committee "An act to amend an act ent ed an act to South, bo referred to'a sel t''committee, ritory of Florida"-which rend and i i
was on''t
.he prayer went up devoutly, and the lips arose ((i and therefrom reported organise 'and regulate the I ilitia of the with instructions to report tq tho Legislative motion' of Air. Blount, referred! : to,tho Ju. !
said bill to the House without amendment Territory of Florida, and to peal an act; Council on the subject, ly' bill or oth diciary committed.: '
'fervently in faithat .
Df the good man glowed The rule, being waived for that pure se, passed.1st day of February, 832, and for erwise. I Air. Johnson notice that ho will I

it would be even as he had prayed, said bill :was read a ,third time by its title, other purposes," as, amended >y the com- Which was read,'and on his motion,tho some future day gave, auk leave, tor! introduce on I
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Vnd the' sweet child he gathered to the fold and passed. Ordered that the. title be. as mittee. The yeas and nays kingroqwired ; rule being waived, was put on iu passage bill, to bo entitled "An act' to*:amend an I., ,

r,Jesus. before stated. \ on concurring with tho port of tho and adopted. Messrs. ,Duval, Morton, Mc act concerningDoweq" approved Nov.7th; I
, A bill, entitled An act to incorporatethe ; committee of the whole,by Missrs.\ Berthe Cants'and Hawkins, were appointed on 1828., y,*\ .
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As the holy words went on City -of St. Joseph,.was taken up from lot and Dennis, were-yeas, Jjr.( President, said committee. j, Air.. Duval presented the petition' of John "i\| \:' !'
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[His lips moved silently, and tears, fast tears the orders of the day, and, read a second Messrs. .Berthelot, Brown C Columbia," Mr.; Hawkins from the, committee on Ray, praying relief which,'on his motion, '' ,<":;
lashes and time and on motion of Mr. Blount, (the Brown of Jackson Kenan j Enrollments-Reported I ;
tole from beneath her upon ; 4cCantsIc- as orrectly J enrolled was referred tho Judicia 'commlttec; k
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he forehead of the beautiful child lay soft rule being ;waived) was read a third time Neill, Morton, Ramsay,Tape; : "An'act to.amend d act entitledan 1\lr.Vood, offered tho following resolution ...";;"f I
I by its titlo and passed. Ordered that the Wood, 17. Nays, Messrs. D iral and Macon act to incorporate a compqnv r to be callJoseph's -;' i. .:
With the baptismal water. title be as before stated. 2. And so said reports' concurredin. ed the Lake Wiraico and St. Canal -. Resolved,';That a on Schools' :;+:

Then I thought Mr. Blount'moved that the House now On motion of Air. Woo tho rule bo-' Company," passed Feb. 1 tli,1833. and, Colleges be Instructed to inquire into ", .
adjourn until to-morrow 10 o'clock. Tbs log waived for that purpOso ill bill. An act to tho Seat and '' I
change
_Jiat to the eyes of God, that mother's tears was County the state of the School-Fun, of this Territory : -::'
which sin yeas and nays being required on said motion read a second and third tin by the title, place of holding the Superior and County and what disposition has bcen'modo ,
Would be covenant ,
a deeper by: Messrs:. Duval and Morton, \yen and put on its passage-the ; ;as and, nays Courts of tho county of ,Franklin, and for of the School I.ande'and that they "' ,r
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worlJ'and report .
And the of the death, Messrs. ", ;. I
temptations yeas, Mr. President, Bcrthelot, being required on its passajo by Messrs. other purposes. to this Council at an early day.
(Would'leave unbroken, and that she would i Blount, Brown, of Columbia, Browu of Macon. and Duval, were yas, Mr. President And a Resolution in relation>> to a Light Which was road -(tho rule;..being waivedonhis ..:: ,'1::, 't

I know, Jackson, ,Uawkin, Higginbothain,' John- Messrs. Berthelot, DJ'1ft'1of Colum- House on tho Southern, extremity' of Capo ) motion said\ resolution was put 'l'; '\;

In)the. clear light of heaven! how very strong son, Ramsav, Taber, Walker, and Wood, bia, Brown of Jackson, Fcnvis, Hawkins,' St. ,Bias, and for ,ether purposes-which on its passage, and passed, ;
he that pressed them loin her heart 13-Nays, Messrs. Dennis,' Dyval'IIuntcr, IIigglnbtnlian>Uufwne, 'Arhuaonf"Io--- wuru lI"veM1'r--ipecU.' yth .j-oeiilCTil of Mr. Johnson' ofTurat resolutions! relation ,* 'I
prayer i Kenan, Macon, McNeil, and Jlorton, 8.- nan, McCants, McNeill,'Aforton, Ramsay, the Council-countersigned by the Clerk,; to extending the Executive franchise. ,./ .-;,Jf' :
bad been: / So the House stands'! adjourned until tomorrow Taber, Walker ,and Vtad, 17. Nays, and ordered be transmitted to ILLS Excellency which were read and laid on tho table un- ;t j tI'
1 In leading its young spirit up/to God. at 10 o'clock. I Messrs. Duval and.AlacoL 2.' So saitpill( the Governor.A til to-morrow. :f .

"TUESDAY, January.12.- met is passed. Ordered- that{he' title be as be bill, entitled "An act to''alter and I Mr. }jBcrthclot from the committee on .

[From the Boston earl.] pursuant to adjournment, a quorum\ being fore stated. change the time>holding tbe' County I Internal Improvements, to whom tho same y
MY EARLY DA.YS. Air.\ President read to t House the fol. court of Madison was again'read .
present, the Journal yesterday's proceed- county, was referred-Reported favorably on ,a $(!
'My early days-my early days- ings-was read. lowing communication : andordered to be engrossed fora thirdreading bill, entitlcd "An act to declare Fcnehola- ,: 7\t-, I I

How sweet the memory 1\lr.l\IcNeill], pursuant to notice hereto TALLAHASSEE, n 12th, 1836. on tomorrow.A way river, In Madison county, a navigablestream"which 'i"!'\',1
Gay phantoms fill their sunny ways- fore given, asked and obtained leave to introduce To the Prest. of the Leg. neil :- bill, ,entitled "An act incorporating was again' read, and or- I
Light-hearted a bill, entitled An act to alter and Sir:-I beg through i y 1 to.tender to the the Commercial Bank of Apalachicola, tiered to be engrossed for a third reading ,
company change the time of holding the County Legislative Council, rny a cero'thanks for was read a thiril time and passed. Ordered on to-morrow., ., "" "

Then, all the stars that we espied, Court of Madison county"-which was the honor which they, dl me, in electingme that the title be as above stated. I 'Mr.. Wood, from the: committee on .. l
Seemed drops of living light read and ordered to a second reading on Chief Clerk, and my'rjignation of that Excellency the Governor transmitted Banks,'to whom'tlo} same had been referred .' '
office. I to the House, the following Executive and without
And every evening multiplied' to-morrow. ,reported favorably, amendment I.
To our enraptured sight.: Mr.\ McNeill gave notice, that be,will on Capt. Jos. B. Lancast your former Message :-' ,, on a bill entitled "An, act to incorporate i""'
some future day, I introduce a bill, entitled Chief Clerk, having arri d in the place' I nominate Sears Bryan for Judge of the :the Florida Insurance and Banking .;" \',
And clouds that floated far above., "An act to repeal a part of the 5th sectionof some,days since, and bein: prevented, by County Court of Jackson county, and He Company":: which was again read, and on .. f

Seemed downy beds of rest, an act, entitled an act, entitled an act to the fate'of war, from arriiig here in timeto zekiah R. Wood as Judge of,the County motion of Air. Alorton' made the order for ,}:,, ; '

For beings formed for purer love make permanent the County Seat of Mad- offer for his former a mtment, I feelit Court of Franklin county. a third reading on Thun4 y'tho2btln.t., ; : :
Than flows in mortal breast. ison county, and for other purposes." tny duty to resign in his vor;and 1 feel) (Signed) JO1iN'II. EATON. and fifty copies are ordered _to be'printed.Air. '.1)i

> ,Mr.:,'Brown of Columbia, gave notice, np doubt, but that you jvA again! readily The House went' into "secret session Hawkins, from the. committee ,on \
The very fields in which we played.. I.J that he will on some future day, ask I Lave give him, tbe'office, whicffie has so long thereon, and consented to,'and' advised the Enrollments-Reported; as ,correctly ,enrolled : ,

The pathway that we trod, to introduce bill, to legitimate and changethe filled with entire eatisfact to your lion. nominations therein contained--when the ,," An act to amend an act, incorporating '. \"'I''

A glorious loveliness betrayed, names of Esther Crews, George. W. Body: And your humble ervant will remain door was again opened. i the Commercial Bank ,of Apalachicola i. '
A beauty sent by God.- Crews, and Riley Crews ready to perform ar service necessary The House then adjourned until to-mor :" And, ",An act to amend an act, entitled :1 ;
Also a bill, to be entitled "An act to establish ; or in aid of the busi ss of tho pres. row at 11 o'clock. an act; \D organise.and', regulate' the ;
Blest early days ye 're now no more;- terms of the Superior Court in the ent session of your lion I Jy. THCKSDAY, January 14.-Tho House Militia pf the Territory .of Florida, and to ," 'f: ,

And I am growing old; county of Columbia. Very'reJ011 ectfully, met pursuant to adjournment, 'a quorum repeal an'act passed lat day, of Feu., 1832, :'f-. _

JMy head is nearly silvered o'er- Mr. Wood gave notice, that be, will on G. GUNN.Andthereupononnot being-present, the Journal of .yesterday's and Tor other'purpoa '"-which) were signed 7 ', ,
My days are well nigh"' told.Vj8- .. some future day, introduce a bill, entitled of Mr.'Berth proceedings was read. by the President, and countersigned by (1{ ..I

tJ "An act to repeal an act, passed Feb. 1835, elot, that the House do ce and accept Mr.\ Berthelot, pursuant to previous 'notice the Clerk of this House, and ordered to be ..1' .j "
Slow beats my pulse-my torpid. breast entitled an act to incorporate the Union said resignation. The gat* ,wall agreed to asked and obtained leave tp introduce transmitted to His Excellency thp Governor f.

Feels not life' early joy;" Rail Road Company.' and accepted. I a bill, entitled AD act to alter and amend for approval.. Ii : J ; ;t{ I
My sleep is not that quiet restThat'blest Mr. Brown of Jackson, gave notice, that The House then procdled to ballot fora the'4th section of an act passed 10th Feb Air. Duvai, from the select committee, to As. I

me when a boy. he will on some future day,introduce a bill, Chief Clerk',-when Joskh II.'Lancasterwas 1832, entitled an act to prevent the future whom was referred the petition of'tbe .'q., ,
entitled An act authorising the sale of the declared unanimousl 'leered.I' migration of free negroes and mulattoes to President of the Union'Rail oadpompa. ',/ I
The,earth has faded: to my view. real estate of Thomas Goff deceased. On motion'of Mr. Haw | S,Mr. Lancaster this Territory, and for other purposes"-- ny, made a rc|>ort thereon=which( was t, ,

My eyes are growing dim- Tile Wood from the committee on Banks, took the oath of office nd entered on which was 'read and ordered' to. be read a read, and on motion of Air.\ Blount, laid on ''
.And I seem dull and fettered too, to whom the same had been referred-reported : the duties thereof. 1 second time on to-morrow. the table: | .

In thought as well as limb. without amendment, a bill entitled, The House hen ;djouied until 10 Also a bill, entitled "'An act'to establish I Excellency; the Govemortransmkted '1'
have "An act to amend an act, incorporating clock on to-mcrrow.: an Academy the lands of John,A Wil I to the House the following message by
Tet though these sunny days crept. the Commercial Bank of Apalacbicola WEDHESDAT' January ,, ._Tbe House ley of Leon county" which was read and ,')Jr. Wellford, his private Secretary:. !

aoluddenlyaway- which was read the second time, and ordered I met pursuant to adjourn ent, a quorum ordered for its second reading on to-raor- To the Ltgulative Council of Florida: .

Their memory still is freshly kept, to be engrossed for a third readingon being present, tbe Journ of yesterday'. rew. A bill entitled "An act to amend an act, _
To wake, an old man's lay. n.c.c; tomorrow.Mr. proceedings was read. Mr. McCants, without previous notice, to incorporate a company to be failed the !
Duval from the select committee, to Mr. Berthelot gave Dee, that be will ((the rule being for that purpose waived]) Like Wimico and St.J Ole Canal(Company -
HERE'S THE BOWER }, whom the subject bad been referred-reported on some future day, ask fare to introducea asked and obtained leave to introduce a passed 11th Feb, 1835:" is objectedto

Here's the bower she loved so much, a 'bill, entitled An, act to author.. bill, to be entitled An at to establish an bill, entitled **An act to authorise the' Governor and returned, that the following amendments .

And here's the tree she planted ; ise the Governor of the Territory to raise a Academy on the lands of pirn A. Willeyof of the Territory of Florida, ,to raise may be'made to the 5th, section of "
Here's used to touch sufficient military force for the protectionand I Leon& i unty.. Volunteers for the defence of the Fron- the Enrolled bilk' insert 'is' In the third
the harp she defence of the citizens of Florida 31. BrWm of J Jackson gve: notice, that tier"-which was read by the title, and ordered line between, words ;as' and 'provided
Oh how that touch enchanted against the hostile Seminole Indians,.and : he will on a future day, eau leave to intro- to be read a second time on tomorrow ,* and thO 'same word'u* in the fourth

Roses flow unheeded sigh, for the prosecution of the war against said dace a bill!, to be entitled Hn act tp more and filly copies are ordered to be line, between the words'as? and 'therein.'
Where' the hand to wreath them Nation, and to amend the Militia laws of correctly define the bound/y line of Jack. printed. And from the words therein provided1 In

Songs around neglected 1'', this Territory which was read, and on on county. Mr. Brown of Jackson, pursuant to previous I the 4th line of the same sectiou, rtrike out
Where's the breathe them ? motion of Mr.\ Wood, placed among the or I Mr. Brown of Columb, gate notice, notice, asked and obtained leave to all to the end of the section.. JLikewuw in ,
,lip>> to. ders of the day for a second reading on to. that he will on a future dy, ask leave to Introduce a bill, entitled M An act authoris : the Ctu section strike out *tht l':h.section

Spring may bloonybut she we loved,. day. The yeas and nays being called on introduce a bill, to cbangclbe mode of Ad- log the sale of the real estate Thomas of paid ad tuL, .
.Ne'er shall feel its sweetness; said'motion by Messrs. Berthelot and Du ministrator'i and. Go&rda/ Bond in this Goff; deceased*which was read and ordered I have heretofore stated,that I could 09!

Time that pace so fleetly moved, val, were veas, Mr. President, Messrs. Du- Territory. for a second reading on ''to-morrow. approve an act,.winch secures to incorporated .

Now bath lost its fleetneu., val,Hawkins, Higginbotham, Kenan, Macon Mr. Taber gave notice*that he will on Mr. Brown of Columbia, gave notice, companies, a right to purchase and !
Morton, Ramsay Taber, and Wood, some future day, ask tare to introduce a that be will on some future day, ask leaveto hold to an unlimited extent, real estate ,
Years were days when here she stayed' 10.-Nays, Iles n. Berthelot, Brown of bill, to be entitled "An act to declare the introduce a bin to legitimate and cbaDge The act which this is intended to amend, -, I

Days were moments,near her; Columbia, Brown Jackson, Dennis,IIol- Enconfeene a navigable f ream. the name George '\v. Carter, of_Madison does restrict and limit the freehold tenure "

Heaven ne'er formed a brighter maid, Iowan,. Johnson, ")IeCan McNeill!, and Air. Hunter asks and wishes leave at county, to that of George W. tadJey.Ilr. of the company; the present one, (now .,

Nor pity wept. dearer. C '" Walker, 9. some future day, to introduce a bill to make Brown. of Columbia, pursuant to submitted for my approval, dispense withf" '
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{ this wholesome provision. It is accordingly In the chain of events, it is proper that I djans,, but the // ; \ : Cob 'Wmn, our Delegate |in Congas
should mention that. three Tallassee Indians pierced the r. has been busily engaged in ,
returned, that in this particular, it may obtaining ,
Again be open to the consideration of the I came in on the evening of the 22d, and groans ; ) priations for meetiig the expenses r
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Council. JOHN H. EATON.. and caused great excitement in Itolase 0'- vet strong. Th FEBRUARY 11. sea occasioned by tlte Seminole I

.1 January 14thI836.. Mathla's camp. They brought a talk' of by imitating Scott has been dition to the appropriation of war. I 1n
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And thereupon motion of Mr."Wood, Inicanopas of a pacific ol"nEmtraJ character, was partly stifW the $130,000 mad
the House agreed to reconsider the hill or they affected it ; but I believe not distinctly six dollars,'au4 > of all the forces, ,to be I near conmencAnent of last iionfk "

therein Darned, and returned in committee o. until after I had made them .pris Indian whoso is now on his way here appropriation ofji'D isndred thousand dollop]

of the whole., The House went into committee oners, while in full ,council with O'Math- days before at [ Milledgeville the same was made for the Bate: purpose on the <

thereon, and after some time, rose. .la's warriors; which step I considered im- dred Indians'/ .: Blues left for Florida: ult. Mr. CambrefmT in his remarks ?*

'I when Mr. Blmint therefrom, reported said[ I perative, if they were spies, and as much and painted. ? i with the drafted Mili. the bill, said,' Ot r4' few'.ad that. ?
bill to the House amended as suggested i in so.if they were charged with any proposied i- brought note additional sum w4d be even!
'said tnCS8t1gG-which report was concurr lions likely to detach the Chiefs: from the dressed to' M\ < I Georgia. Twenty-one insufficient"".*

?;, in by tho JIoUS On motion'of Mr. Wood, i treaty, br indeed,by an act of self-devotion, fastened in ,d are placed under his I statement, which thor, who know the coax.

.(the rule was waived) said bill was read a to take the scalps of O'Mathla, Black Dirt,' creek, dated,IS |( force, we, doubt not,p try, :will perceive mmt. be true. Conga
second and third time by its title,and pass- and Big Warrior;; faithful chiefs, who havebeerihuntedin stating that thy ( soon: make the deluded I has acted promptly,01] this subject

,i '(ld. Ordered that the title be as above stat this way since the scalpingof and pushing ft ,opposition u.n did e- been so tardy'in meeuug'',other claims ILL&.
0 Ciarles O'Mathla. In a council ,with With regs'to of'iii.
dmduols in
"?: ed.Also the..following. O'Mithlathat\ night, Major Dade expressed have to state t hit \ i ns. Gen. Scott is ac.. the"Territory, that many feat
every Indian character, daily expected Van Duren, a son of the I it be, e'juallyso! ;' ti the present rase.would
j "' EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ? and conince') the' influence It'will afford them l Unsure
I January 14th 1830./S salutary defences have to perceive i
of. Mkanopy. On reflection and we are an has taken ,the most ac theirfearsjiave! .riot t?sea realized.
.. TTo the Legislative Council:- I detained two of the imprisoned t ordnance & _
: terminate this
{respectfully st to tbe'Legjslative' Tallasseo as hostages, and sent the youngest is healthy, anj I s the- Indians s ]Dy,the poifia4} of, Capt. >Velig, of the
'Council, the propriety of authorising by and bes/runner with letters to Gen. board the retuq. were I schooner Elijjabethlwe haye been
taw; an increase of the Executivo Staff It Clinch and Gen. Thompson Inicanopa, several famine,' around US unr sis with New York paperaJo furnished!
hen Been found, necessary despatch the as I could do"no better, and of course thro' by"the, 'fatal' ._ ", and. agony by night, contain a'aotleeV'ofItlib:; i February: Thn
Adjutant General to Augusta, ,to procure Abraham** Lands. These'are' r of the stoutest heart p arniral'at NortG cl

arms' On receiving them here,'no will These .Vetters, of course, involved many of the, coin ; ; mindf that, the heads: the British brig-of-war;, Pantaloon, bringing
need Assistants. The Quarter ,Master\ too, details; bit 1 numbers and other facts, toguard. .. dered the di despatches to',the British Charge de Aflaire
{! require persons to assist him withbisdutiei. against treachery, were stated in'tench. the ,Quarter were ignorant of the atSVashington.Itissaidthatthesedespatck.W i .

i A law giving the Executive au- j'-Tie runner returned two, days sels engaged tor o and misery,which, were I es instruct the Charge de Affaires
I I ''tbor tci'iocreaso and ,enlarge the Staffappointments beyond hit time, with a message from ,Abraham rendezvous 1 bra i us,began to complain I I mediation of to offer the

as, ho, may ,conceive to ]be and,'Broken! ,Sticks'', stating that my part arrived, ) coming to oui, assistance, I England in the settlement
{
I :, necessary, may conduce much to the ben talk was jfood, and that I 'might expect Orleans tvitl! Governmentwould act t our difficulties with France. It is said that

o ; iefit' ) of, the service.JOHN him on,the 30th. This was freely rendered We have haf no this preferred ,mediation has been accepted
, I II. EATON. that h4 would be at the attack fixed for Florida heap energy as ion as ap, on the part of France, and, we doubt
'I i .... .18'' Which was read, and on motion ,of Mr..llawkuu Christmas.week. A negro, his intimate, Heeled will; he w be by our Government. This notit
i' .,;>t' referred to the Militia\ commit named Harp, controls the Pea Creek band near four wi ks. an article in the Globe, a new aspeCt to relations will giroill
our with
,toe.' of about,a hundred warriors, forty miles bution ofJ pr for oui defence that com.
"a.. ,A: blVt entitled "An act 'to' alter ,and south-east ')f us, who have done most of mences. 'U; ier al Government be, try; and, an amicable arrangement be ef

-change'i the time of holding the. County : the mischief; and keep this post constantly so far coast red I' fected with, our ancient ally-an arrange.
'Court,6fjMadison;; \ county-was taken observed, aid communicate witli the Mick\ as to author i ; : ?'8d. \ ment so, much to be desired,if it can be obtained

: from'tto orders of the day-read?a' third' asukians Withlaeoochee; by means of urea for the ,upon this subject; with'honor to ourselves and
without
, time and passed., Ordered "that the title bo'powerful I bands of Eufollabs and Alafiers, visions, by ; settlement of the country :. casting our 'dignity and independence
I as above stated. under LittlolCloud and Alligator.! In'tracing ports now a : ,organized in J, u i
The House then adjourned until o'clock Dado's ropor- n at the footstool of the French King.ation .
Major movements, I have r _
every rangemcnt ount of an enemy;,,and I :
': this evening., reason to believe that he made on the 26th, I hope to succ d the,arrangements:the We learn from the Tallahassee Floridiu
six miles ; 27tb, to Big Withlaeoochee on To land '
1, 'Major\ BELTOJI'S' 'official' report of the disastrous the fifth day, ((28th,) to the'' battle ground; I I where alreaAirremediably ese so I ahead .the informs o f. the SOtli ultimo,that" Twelve friendly-
!-defeat of the detachment of the miles dians arrived yesterday from Tampa-thej

I United States troops, under the gallant here it may be proper to state that Maj I I the event n will act as guides to the expedition which

Major DACE, of the.Regiment of In- 1\Iou\ ltford'a command was ready to move by a succesEJil I : ? ,the Augusta volunteers, will,march in a few, days from this p1ace.e .-

I ; /entry, which' occurred on the 28th De on the 20th, but the' transport, in which ensure, its d Blues, and th They state that the,loss of the Seminoles

i cember. was a company of the 2d artillery' under all hopes of infantry,and the Glynn I the battle of the Withlacoo he
The detachment consisted ofl\laj. Dado'scompany Lieut. Grajson) unfortunately'entered the ings will, I tlist, commenced their r and four killed.. was one hUDdred
of.Infantry, Capt.;Frazzier's! ,corn wrong bay|and got into ,shoal 'water:,-and retary of W|. the west side of Among whom mi
pany of the 3d ,regiment artillery, andCopt. was not Been, or certainly heard of till I the In conch on, the I Oseola or Powell; who, they say, received

.Gardiner's company of the 2d artillery morning of, the 28th Dec., when, by send that such art he to the head quarters t two, ,wounds, and died two days after the ac

,being QO miles on the line pf march from ing a party ,with a flag 'as a signal,' Lieu it is not cons' I tion. The reported death of Powell is not

Tampa Bay towards Fort King,to formjuncuor I a G. was put in possession'of instructions, keep open 1 of delay at Picolata, generally credited by with General Clinch, on the With; and landed;; his compauy':a point four King, with I lea with alacrity and '

,Jocoochee. This action occurred, it seems, miles west of us, on the east side of Tampa instructed foce| their guard is a train The.New York Star of,the 23d ult. :-
three days before the battle, where General Bay, (proper) and joined at sunset that evening Thre outof' ( Col. Fannin who says
Clinch commanded, of which'we have al-1 ; his transport, did not get round to and two for sft 'provisions and i distinguished himself in

I, : ready, given an aweount.' : land hia fcciggag" till; ,tho 30th 1 J BO lung an country'may : ,.. the affair of Withlaeoochee. ;Florida, arrived
I ,FoaT Bnootcz, Florida Jan. 1,1&J6. interval, as to put all hope pf a junction out series of amb .\L."T yesterday'morning, here in the Wm. Gibbons; and has proceeded

I Sir :-:-I had the honor to advise } on.thelGth of the question, and ,Major \ ountford's I have the h i (Mr. Pemberton,) on the on to Neva-Iiaveri. He states that he seldom
you *
December, Pensacola, of the baggage Now it was becomes unladed. ly, your obediot overed an Indian.. He: witnessed. a'; hotter action for the time.-

,; 'course,, of events'hero, to that date. The proceed to the'catastrophe'my melancholy of this duty'fated to .f : what she had seen to The Indians: ,firing with small rifle hall,,did
schooner Motto\ arrived Dec.. 21st from I CaJ. much less
on damage than both
band, an elite of energy, pntriotism'military I To the Adjifurt > immediately with! a our musketry, as
.
JKey West with Brevet Major Dado and I
skill, and constant courage. On the I gton. 'scoured the hammock parties were near together. Every one of
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hid company;{A) infantry, 39 strong, with 2ftb, in the afternoon, a' man of my company his appearance to the; the six regulars killed fuss shot thr ugh !the
,
small of musket ball af-
I' n supply catridges
John Thomas, and temporarily transferred We are gla o ( head.;' *.
<1 "ter looking in .several points between the Courier of the th ) discovery was made.
to C 'second
1. Key, and this place Being thus reinforced came in, and yesterday company; Pr. Ransom artillery Clarkof with New O : ubtedly a spy; and the: Since oUr, last, we have heard nothing

I hesitated no longer to put Gardiner. same company, with four wounds, very the Creek Napri1, being there, renders,i it more of.the movements of the Indians. They

''i company (C) 2d artillery, and Frozier'acompany severe, and stated that an action took placeon terrupted, as l s the'.volunteers. i11'have seem to'be either'preparing to make an al.
) !* 3d
{ ) infantry, in motion f for, the 28th were"receiv ant
; commencing about l0o'cloc k their
Fort,King 'pursuant to Gen. Clinch's 'orders in which officer fell and ; pears from'th) courage, and L tack upon Tampa ,Bay, or they are concentrating
which every nearly-ev e Indiansbeforethe
movement' had been'orderedon man. The,command entrenched Augusta Co it y r themselves for a desperate struggle

,I { tho 16th, and suspended the same receivedill day I ry night, and about four miles from the every halt that the Indh s with the whites "if '" Oseola. if$, with them,

'on account'of intelligence, Ihad were attacked, and received at least fifteen tion through! intelligence is we daubt not they will fight bravely and glo
()the force of tbo Mickasukies\ and their rounds before an Indian was a very pacifu now re riously. '
seen.
Major
position near the forks of the With Volunteers mi- x
strong Dade and his horse were were both killedon alarmed at t! ,
lacoochee. I despatched the'public schr. the first onset,and the "Louis. part of the;fw tea. coming to our protec: John Q,Adams made a ve'ry severe attack
interpreter,
''t to Motto on the 23d, with. Lieut. Duncan, 2d ." Lieut. Mudge\ third artillery, received .. the stipulations of the upon the Senate, and Mr. Webster in particular
artillery, to. Key West, for a battery of two his mortal wound the first fire, and afterwards of the Seminole in a speech delivered in the House of

13 be serviceable pounders and and suchotberstores at 6 o'clock on the as could 24th, received several' other ,wounds.- Wednesday, at the wharf Monday Representatives, a short time since. During

the companies Gardiner's and Frazier Lieut. Bassenger, third artillery, was not hostile moyejents the Richmond Hussars s, the course of his philipick, there was a scene
wounded till after the
second no'nl
; made fifty bayonets each, by.petails from attack ; and Indians, I from Augusta I of greater confusion and disorder than hu
i the latter pan of that he was wounded edveral umbus exist at ;
9 I these companies remaining here, and with times before he was tomahawked.- wards ascert' tied. command of Capt. Sue:! been witnessed before,since the institution of
tl one of the two 6 pormden of this post, with and the Government. -
) : four oxen 1 had ordered to be Captain Gardiner. second artillery, was not dians, twent >r philanthropic In replying; many gentlemen
purchased, wounded until the second attack, and at deed cresset ie ; demand from'us S were also severe upon Mr. Adams--
and
J one were light in wagon march., ten days'' provisions, the last port of it. Mr. Bassenger, after no'anti knot ; and have created i a His course forafiiw years pastl4ae beenoDt,

r. put Capt. ,Gardiner'was killed, remarked, "1 and finally dbe : I we can never which everyfhon9rable. minded roan mad
The first halt this command was at am the only'officer left and boys we will when a skirmih duly
< Little IlUlsboro1 rivers 7 miles from this do the best we can." Lieut. Keayes, third our countryi :n with its heroes, will look upon with-regret, !if not with scorn.
l
post, the bridge of which I had reconnoitered artillery, had both arms broken the first wounded. TLb' On tf u-
Monday detachment from Fort
by Indians of O'Mathla's band the shot; was unable to act,and was tomahawked was the imm on board 'i'company a
day before. From thief I heard from Major the latter part of the second attack by a litia of Colu )us r under the com-y :ren, called the Black Creek Rangers,"Ran

t., # Dado pressing me forward the six- negro. Lieut Henderson had his left arm which it is b ; BRYAN. 'The citizens of I at Picolata. Maj. Hart who suited.berth*

pounder by'an means it .having been'leftt broken the first fire, and, after that, with a prehension.laUie the foremost feel evening from DlaStf Cjek, sayrf that saidd: -
.. from the failure of the team 4 miles out- musket fired "at, least thirty or forty shot- The Indians vil their and ;tachment having 'i returned i before he 1 le
; accordingly ordered the purchase of threehorses Dr. Gatlin was not killed until after the' attack a city d ,suffering: fellow Whitesville, reported that Indian eg"1
and harness, and it joined the column second attack, nor' was he wounded ; he Americans receive the gratitude of ]had no

: -{ at 9 that night. On the night of thef' placed himself behind the breastwork and, The spirit of o r, ;: ; though,no opporto: baendiecovered.-

24th I heard that the transport, with Major with two double-barrelled guns,, said *he gion, is roused, it, will be long felt On Sunday last of United
f' Mountford and company, long and anxious' had four barrels for them. Capt. Frazier are in danger,ad one company
: expected was in the bay. I sent at one fell early in the action with.'the advanced It affair took place at 1 States troops arrived at Picolata, also another

t.' cloCk, a letter to him (received at day guard, as a man of his company, ((8 third Creeks was rum ; the 31st ult Colonel arrived on Tuesday evening. They came.
pro
light landed) by an Indian express, urging him on. artillery)who come in this morning wounded the Uchees ai Lieutenants, a ion of via. St. Augustine.The .
lie with his the
k strong company on reports ;
and that the fc of
: Tallahassee.
25th, about noon,'and informed me tLegate's On the attack, they were in column pf against the lISt r Lieu Boston Transcript'states on the .*

(.U t company, under Lieut. Grayson, route, and after retiring a heavy fire from whites; and arm, at Weet-Point and had 1 thority of a gentleman residing in rurchJseItreet
nearly Aill must be near at hand. Of this visit his
the unseen then friends after earth.
they hi
Dada enemy, rose up that purpose. I I that three distinct shocks of w
J .4' Major. : was informed by.a most gallant ,such a swarm that the covered ; lie had
>< ground as but it will be I list been at I quake felt o'clock
r' were in that city at 3
volunteer Jewell C
; 2d
company, ar thought by : .
was light infantry extension and when he
to subdue volunteered
to 1 the
haw
.. tillery, who, bad left the detachment with I If showed the Indians between the files morning of: the 25th ult. Similar
sistance. t the
f the news of the burning of Big Ilillsbo ro' Muskets were clubbed, knives and bayonets i I dian,however Arm f the Indians. 'We i were felt in various parts of the city.
'Dridg near which Major D. had halted used and attendant circuit -
parties clinched. In the M Besides
L ,the second day, 25th. I also informed him I second attack, our own men's muskets, ]nicated the I have been fully d e The population' of the,State of Nett York,
by our
', that I was using every exertion to push on from the dead and, wounded, were ussd J learned from tra and his men .have re by a recent census, !is found to be 2.I74,61 J 1'

: put 13000 :rations on ,packhones, with I against them; a cross fire cut down a succession 1 through the Crete Males, Jlp2,658j Females,1,071,859!
what ammunition could be _
Ii: ,''-"''I! of this spared. A duplicate I of artillerists at the fence, from were generally i aliens, t 82,319; Paupers, 6,821( ; Persons of color

\ Indian,who was become seat next lame and day could by A which forty-pine; rounds were fired ; the I armed! at the h ( of Florida, will, in a not taxed,42,830; Do taxed, J/JOO
young I
I gun carriages: were burnt, and the gunssunk the whites, and men under arms
'not overtake the column and returned with in.i pond| a war dance was held t A
'Jewell on friendly Indians "wu A number meeting took place at the Courtou
letters. Fr.
his joined Major Dado I the ground i[many in the 1 Mobile the of
negroes were the river and \ of the effective on 13th ulL fur the adopaoa
,,,.t'about,r.lf "11',; o'clock on the. night of the 25th. field: drat DO scalps were taken by the. In- titans,who bad c m mea measures to relieve the inhabitwtsofFwnd'
'. 'f rove tho incursions of the Senunolo wSe
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JAN. 22nd, 13G. POSTSCRIPT. MARINE LIST OP LETTERS, PICOLATA HOUSE. '

DEAR SiR,-I bane received a petitioi More Indian reflations land' great loss rJ JOURNAL. REMAINING in the Post Office at Jack The undersigned respectfully an.nounceato .

from sundry inhabitants of tho Counties of property. County on the lit M. the Public, that ,ho $n-
Alachua and Columbia, setting, forth tbe( We delay.our paper/td: / give intelligence PORT OK JACK30NVULE..FEnRUARr 118th day of January, 183G-and if not taken out tends opening, early in October,the I
destruction of property in that portion of in three months,they will be sent to the General [hotel known as PrcoLA'IA House. The build
just the mail St. ARRI 'ED. ;
brought by tom Augustinethat
Territory by tie Indians, and urging, Post Office as dead Letter. !ng having been ''greatly enlarged, will com ,
the their case to tho Govern the valuable and extensive: plantation! -Steamer' Florid A Hebbard, from Sarannah. B K ,brtably accommodate a numerous company, ,

me present for relief. -| have received similar south of St.,Augustine,' ave been plundered I9th Chester msbee, :2 Zeph Kingslf1, :he Rooms will be well furnished and the
Elizabeth Yell from N.York
ment -Schr. Fable richly'.upplied with the but'fare the -
requests from many, .other sections of the and burned by the Indi ns. The loss of' property with U. States stores. 1 John Jllmes P.Buckland Drown John Klrcme. sounUy affords. I,
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Territory, and fin ng it impossible to write must be immense, We had hoped those Schr. March, Doari, from Charleston, William Draning., D. Lancaster Picolata is situated on the St. Johns river,

to each and'all o{them, 1 write you thi places would be saved fi im ruinbut it seems with U. States stores. C Joseph :t.1 orty miles above Jacksonville, and eighteen

letter, and reques that you will publish i it they are already swept way by the consuming CLEAR D. Colt & Bouroson William J. Mills, :SWilliam .1 niles'West of Augustine' ; with stage
in your< : 'paper, for the information of the : A for 11. Carole, a William McKay a.1 :iommunication, requiring only a ride of three
fires of the Seminol s ire and 10th-Schr. George Mary, Willey, I 110ura. the mild andalmy'aMd
t vengeance -.: climate is remarkably
public. Charleston. I Illth Jane Ann Clarke, Ann Mangham, :a.1 ,
There can be,bo doubt, that Congress The following is apWript, of a letter to -Steamer Florid| Hebbard, for Sa- T. F. Clarke. John McLean.' I)if the being exempt from the humidity'

ample revision for the indemnification .. the Editor of this paper, dated St. Augustine, rannah. D Po' ) sea atmosphere, has proved highlyaneficial
willlDake $1 Wm. S. l )> to invalids laboring under pulmo- :
1
Francis
of all whose property has been February 10th, 1836. MEMOR.fr 1M. Dootor P.Donaldson Downer Pile any affections.A .
Thomas Pe
destroyed by tho,Indians. Before the application Ie N. D. 7 o'clock, P. :M-News has just' Schr. Saluda, Helm up at N. York foi l'bilip J. Dell. lJettylritc1 rd ey,, Steamboat running weekly between this

is made Congress however lLs i it arrived in Town,' that ,al the plantations his port on the 30th ult E 1\1. K. Pincbton. ?taco and Savannah, will afford evoty'dealrale -
that somo Schr. Wabash Dobs and )> facility for communication. between, thew
indispensable satisfactory information South-to wit: Bulow's>l.. Williams' and hr.tCho.rlesA. Samuel) Eagle, nS. '
be obthinel as to tho amount of Keeler,'Goger, up at ..York for St. Augustine < J. Eubo.n: Thomas Rlgley, o places.
property destroyed. I shall take tho prone Gen. Hernandez's, are all mrned. Mr. Bu- on the 30th ult. F .Wilham. Bhltosa.' With these advantages, the undersigned.

measures to obtain this information, and tan low's buildings, it is euppaed, were burned L. & G. Fleming, 8 8 topes by unremitted personal,who:.attention,
render entire satisfaction all
FOR ST. AU STINE.6TIIE Charles E. Flinn. 2 E ward II. Same o to mapavor .
early day bring tie, subject before Congress on Sunday last, as a very great smoke was him with their patronage. '

and shall spare no exertions to obtain seen. in that direction- .The others were Sloop IN1. m Liberty, Rofcow'in Archibald G Graham John Maty q.E.Sm1\b.Saunders,. JOHN.P., LEVY.Picolata .
of a JAW providing ample and mast first rate ,E.F. Sept..111. 8w38:
the passage burned this at 'Thus John Goes T
all the sufferers.. morning just day light. ,for sea, wi\\ sail for the above ,
speedy relief to that all the valuable the I1ritton George, :2 Rich t Trowbridge,
you see, property to port on or about the 14th i'st. ht or JACKSONVILLEAND \
take occasion to in regard to Doctor E. Ou111auden John :
I Tyner
repeat, the boar .
harter to the Mast on at
i South destroyed, and next attempt of apply or '
S
John TALLAHASSEE
Guilbert J\GE.
this unexpected Var, that upon the firs this Office. Leta Thigpin.I
receipt of intelligence of hostilities, I called the Indians will be upon this place." ). S. Gardiner. Vti'I1

upon the Secretary of War, who promptly,; In ad4ition to the above, we learn that Col). NOTI 2 .... Joh Warren, r.
Isaiah D.n ifi; 8 Cha r
es Willey,
took such measures as he supposed wouli Dumm t's extensive sugar establishment, hereby giventhathl ,J'lIix: weekeeftei sane Ilendrieks, 3 Timy Wigldman,
at onco repress and crush them. The na has been burned. Is date ''to the prtding Justice of
o.1s9) apply James M. Harri., J. H Wood Public aro informed that a line of'
tura'and extent of these measures 1 have \lachua County, for lettenbf administrator James R. Houston. The hilus 1' Wood TilE Barouche will .run betweenrallahaBsee '

already informed you of. 'It now appears, Thd editor of tho New Orleans True >n the estate of ERASTUS OOERS, Into of SAIAIl D. ART P. M. and Jacksonville, to l.avehi*

that the force the Indians have been abl American, in publishing a letter from Vcro raid County deceased. ilaoe' every Monday. .

to bring.in' the field, is greater than wa Cru;of the 25th alt in which it is stated G. UMPHREYS. MEDICAL NO ICE. DTForty: pound baffgag&.will be allowed
of the disastrous 'Micanopy, Jan. 1830. Cw50
and in
supposed, 'consequence that preparations are making to march i tlargel for
; DR. EDWARD .\JLDRICII, each passenger,and any greater weight,
and distressing intelligence recentl; force against tho colonists of Texas, OART11E : ono cent per pound will be charged for everyen .,
,A : OF
A ORADCATC OF THE MIDI AL COILEOB:
other and decisive *
received, more measure accompanies it with the following remarks: miles .
have been ,adopted.I Notwithstanding the colonists have in the undersiged, office who served in SOUTH CAROtl A, t, il{TJFare through, each'way $25.

had last night a conference with tin most heroic manner captured every for: and campaign who are still againsthe in % field, Seminole giving Indians all Hating chosen a permanent caeJacksonfiUe ,. JAMES. M.,11ARRIS... '

t Secretary of War and General Scott, 01 witnin the limits[ of Texas, and driven eve the aid in their power tot ir country, hav. DUM County! Jacksonville,, '),". *14. 3tf

this subject ; in which it was determined ry ostilo soldier beyond her bounds, yet ing been with regret a stamen in some ol OFFERS HIS 8XRVICF.S: ; IN THE PRACTICE: or CONVEYANCE FROM
I that General Scott should proceed to tin her situation is far from being safe and seeyre. the papers that a part of is Regiment deserted MEDICME, SURGERY I OBSTETRICS.

seat of war and take",' the command. lie'< .; In,I fact-for the truth should not bt from the' field \Yhlacoochee durIng DR.'ALDRICII be! found at'Mr. I. JACKSONVILLE( TO AUGUSTINE.

will set out to-day, and carries with bin disguised-their present condition is truly the action;take this opitrtunity of saying D.07 Hart'., and will may be ready a tall'hours to w ;
1 full authority to call upon the Governors ot critical and well calculated to, arouse the that this etatcment is until, and request the attend to calls. .'

South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, for; sympathies and call forth the aid of every public to suspend any opicn on the Clinch subject Dec. 1C, 1835. 42tf I
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Means have been friend of the worldwhat- until the'official report of.(eneral
Y force. sent to liberty throughout
an ample .
seen when if credit is >t given to .those Subscriber will run stood Baroucha,
horses to mount a ever be their nation or their clime. ; NOTION. THE
to
purchase
Georgia, who merit it, a correct acrunt will be pub- good Horse flrom Jlckionville to .
_ corps of dragoons,'ordered from the Stat The people of Texas are, without, an organized lichefl which will be suptrted! ,by affidavit SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the 3t. Augustine,'once' a ''week} to leave this .;;
t ofNe'w York. Provisions have been or army-without means-withou of all the officers. and nn present in the Court of Alachua County for lace every Monday morning and arrive in '
, dered from New Orleans to Tampa Hay, munitions of war, and are threatened by ar battle. : etter of administration I on the estate of it. Augustine& on the evening of the same day., i

I and the necessary arms and munitions of invasion of an army of 10,000 men, with th<' JOHN WARREN Jol. 4th R. F.M.W. EIL'ISTUS ROGERS C* ed.Job. Returning-will leave St.: Augustine onWednesday .

war of every description, placed at his com despot Santa Anna at their head, who has J, MILLS/t. Col. D. LANCASTER. morning,and arrive at this place '
'
J mand. His orders are to assemble an ample declared that he will exterminate them, 'J. G. .Major. 'Jan. 28, 1830. r'49wO on>' the evening of the same day.
COqER,
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" force and commence operations without drive them .from the country, or make Q3Forty pounds baggage will be allowed '

it moment's delay, and. to sweep the them; bow beneath the rod military des. ,DESER11D NOTICE. each I passenger,and for any greater weight,
Territory from'one end to the other, and potism. ALL person Indebted to, and,havingde. me cent'per pound will be charged forevery .
'
this i II command ae following' per against the Estate of ELISHAWHIDDEJY .
until the annihilated FROM mile ,
_ not reduced to stop to unconditional savages are submission.Nor .- FALSE UCJIOR.-Tho lost Federal Union ; .-Ten dollars ittard will be paid deceased; requested to pre en(ET Fore each way$t5. '
or until says,The report in circulation a' fow days for the apprehension of.a h of them, and tent the same immediatoly. ;properly authen- II. II. l'JIILIIS.J.lIr.QnyUl..F.b2. .
will the .operations cease
every
Officer at '
to the
their: delivery CWfanding icated for settlement.
"
that of tho sent by the Ctf
one waggons' "
Indian is removed from the Territory.If ago, either of the pogU.of Ion,Eaton, 'ort War.ren wirxiAM nIPSIf'lt1nrrI .
that Governor, with supplies o farms and am Fort Mills at.Jacfymville,' or St. JohnsBluff. Jacksonville Jan. 21 1830. 48tfb '
affords me great' pleasure to say, ,. :
countic PUBLIC
munitions for tho southwestern : I I. NOTICED I ,..
is felt the Executive : } B lHHI H H i HVM Wi B M HIB i ,
much i sensibility by had been' taken india s to' be I all that tho -
des by' proves Stephen Fernandez, llliam Sounders, Thos, NOTICE. IS hereby given to persons,
end
Departments at the great in wanton Florida ir false; the waggonner afte delivering hi Starr alt, Francis .RffUxVsaae Wingate. Wm. A LL,'person having claim against the Commanding Officers of the different,, .
truction of life and property load to the proper officer having since returned Wingate, Joel Wingait\in. A. llufsru, Geo ill. estate of the late JOAN Jl/IO/rjVde duard Stations,havo strict orders to arrest''
exists
J this war, and that every disposition to Milledgeville. One of his horse Turner, Oliver Wood, Fticis Richard, Manl,. ceased, and all person indebted to said e* md detain under guard, all slaves and free

h to make every possible reparation for the<. was killed in the night; by whom is Dot Mott., Ephraim Ilarris cmdrio Sagas John late, are requested to present their claims and colored 'persons found at largo, except in
losses sustained, and to provide ample security known.-(Georgian. Ennis, Charles Wilds.!J.\\. Belknap, Join; D make payment of their debts to F. J. Jv0- ho actual service and in. company with,
for the future. These disposition! IK. L. Norton, Joh 'ilUUonga, Thos. C,: ton or St. Mary*, Geo. or J, O. BROWN oJ their owner or overseer :Y,

will, I am very sure, be seconded by Con BOSTON AND WORCESTER RAIL ROAD Elliott, Frederick, White,\. II. Langley L. II New Orleans, Executor Persons aro therefore requested'to govjrn .

gress, and no time shall be,lost in pressing{ The receipts on' this road during the sh: Jackson, Joseph Chesley, win B. Peck. F. J, JUISONExecutor. themselves accordingly.! ,..

, the subject upon their consideration.I months ending {U Dec. ,last, including ,i a JO WARREN, Dec..3d, 1835. 41lf JOHN 'WAIUIEN, ,.} :r',,i

; .am your most obedient, small balance of profits on hand wen C 4th Ilegt. F. M.CO Col. 4th Ilegt. F.l\I.\ .* .
.. JOS. M.' WHITE. 9544113. The of kind Jacksonville,Feb. 2, ] G.. NOTICE. :
I., expenses every hall make application to the next County Jacksonville, Dec. 8, 1835, j(
To L.. CURRIER, Esq. and description, including estimate of thi I }
S FOIt SALE. (which willie
l' of'cars &c. were $44,168,91 VALUABLE Court of Columbia county, '
We are sorry'to,learn that the friends hay deterioration\ of$51,272,67. A (tlivi valuable t of Cotton Land, held on the first Monday in April next) ''NOTIOE.Cr.ult's'OrrinDuvAL. .
net profit
leaving a
THREE of the cattle of.liBEL O. LO- COUKTV > i
for division
from Mr.; EDW. GOULD u follow One on Sawpit a ,
,
I, heard no tidings dend of 4 for the last half ba
yet per cent year {?ER late of sold deceased all 3d 183:). '
,
brother of the Editor Creek, known by the n i'e of Sawpit Plantation county ; perIons Jacksonville, August J
-
J- of Gould, and been declared. '
son Judge containing '350 s. Another tract haying claim against said cattle will'ender having 'any deed or other
of the Florida Herald. lie was engaged Blu 1 the city of 'in their accounts on' or before that ALL person be recorded
The Cupola of the large Richmond situated on Jolly posite < ,of writing to .
k in the battle at Dunn-Lawton. During tin took fire St. Mary's, containing .' acre*. Also, an- time. JAMES EDWARDS. wilt p.uel.aye the money for recording the .
building on
Academy in'Augusta, 3m42 t
oboJolly's three-mile fromedllawlel' Deo.4, 1835. other in-
'. .retreat he !swam towards Pelican Island, and the afternoon of the 1st uist, but the fir I other'tract, distant lame also-othVrwise'' the deed or
"
Bluff,commonly< *tract, will not-be placed record until :
itrument upon
,drowned massacred ;
> at was feared he was or was got under, by great exertions on the I containing 650 acres': NOTICE. the fee i* paid. "j

, by the Indians. There. is a possibility that part of the citizens, without communicating,, These tracts of land h a dwelling housei SIX Weeks from datt, shall apply to the Persons having'paper of any kind already '

: ,his life. has been spared, and ,we sincerely to the building, after destroying the top oj on them,also,out buildi for the crop,&c the Judge of the County Court of eeorded, will please tall and pay for them, : ," ,
.hope that he is still.alive, and that he wil the cupola, and burning much of the lowe all of which will be sold c reasonable term. Dun County, for letter of administration i* the work i I. done, and I want my pay" >"

J restored to his' afflicted friends am part of it.-Charleston Cour. For conditions apply to e er of the subscriPINCK8TON. on the estate of F1U1XC1S FAULK, late of ISAIAH D. HART.'Clerk.Jacksonville .. _
be r ,
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C soon. ben, MILO laid County, deceased.DEMPSEY Aug. 3. ,
I' mourning relations. tIre/\Vhitmarsh of the town of North IIENR '. MAXEY. BYNOM. \ J..

. found ampton,*Mass., who went to France last fall Jacksonville, Feb. 1,1 3m50 January 7, 1830. Ow40 If. olJ amUI&; '.
ar::: In another column will bo the to acquaint himself more particularly with LI.T.llnOGnAP.JI,

" official report of Major BELTOIT. in relation tithe the various branches of the Silk businese $100 REV RDMikwnville NOTICE. 7" No. 1 Wall street, New Yore, :.iJ1

,I horrid massacre of the two Companies of I has concluded also to visit Italy in the prosecution -I in the town ofSlitultaRuuetl on the THE Co-partnenhip heretofore existing ,

U. States Troops'under Major Dade, on'the of his plans, and where probobl; ] let/book, contain. the name of L.CURRIER &Co.hajbeen i. NEW ATOItE.r' :

28th Dec. It will be read with interest. more is to be learned than even in France ing 0&11:TuouusaDOL sorthereabouta, dissolved by the death demand of,ELIJAH WILLIAMI. Subscriber ha Just received a .com*. "
All having against '
r- whoever will return th UJDe, or give,such person THE and Wt* ,
;
:t is list or'Officer orThe indisposition of the Editor prevent I information that it may recovered, hal] the said firm all, are requested to present the india Goods and Grocerieswblch! .ara'offered 'i
following a said firm ,
(E/"The: receive the above rows or ten percentWALDROff + : and person indebted to. ,, ", ,.. '
of" Editeial" '
from giving our Usual quantity make for ale at the lowe prices ; -'
t ns
> board Steam' boat Johi to to the subscriber, who liiuhorled .
And men, on the for the amount. received payment J, F;liEVY. i
week. '
this receive the
David Mongin: stationed on the St. John: CHARLE same. PicolaUNoY.lQ. :39tf ,
WM. PABXER.CO L. CURRIER. _, .
river, for the protection of property, trans (or" IMFARTIALIS"'came too late' for thi Attorney' November 10, 1835. i
Jacksonville Feb.2. SALE..
11
week's insertion.t"' FOR
portation of troops and stores, and for lane
NOTICE. Copper Still*,nearly) newj; one eon. {,
excursions the river. RANA Y TWO with ',
on DEATHS. two hundred gallon a,
demand tha .
d 7. F. SEGUE, Lieut. Commandant. FROM the Subscribed the night of the ALL person of Mr having*. CLEMMfTIXE against OAU eater of the same capacity; the other eon- / ''

r Ensign. In St. Augustine on the 31t alt, Doers nit a Negro felw by the name 01 TIER dec will present them properly! attestid arcing fifty gallon, which will be dispOMdf .vJ
T. WALSH, oo MABTUTELLY,eldest son of Mrs. Geronimi PETER, about 5 feet, 6} 8 inches high- and, all Indebted to said Estate,, > at term advantageous to the purchaser. ',.
s, P. M. Box, Lieut. of Artillery.J. Tantio,aged about 20 year He was one of Ih well made,and when spon to always smiles will, make immediate person payment to For further aJ'ticulan'IDqQ ro of O. BCDjioTOsr ,--

WALL Surgeon. unfortunate but gallant'volunteers, who, on'. lie stole a roan poney fro me on the night W. B. ROSS.. Es 4i. WbitesviUe,or at tU office.JackionviUe.Maye. ., ,
der Major Putnam, marched :for the protection of his departure, and has seen on him Jacksonville July 25, 1835.. 20tf 19tf, .tG;
10 B. B. HERB, 2d, SergeantJ. of Tomoko and Moeq\Ato. In the engagement making his way to the reek Nation, a*,a .

,e W. NEVITT, 3d, do. at Dunn-Lawton be received th errant of Col. James G, den. LUS. OF I1LACK MOSS R. B. GREGORY :
wound which caused his death.. lisp deal! A suitable reward willie paid for hi* apPrehension 20,000 WANTED .IlltlmUy.fIlI Conutllor at Lav. J'M:
I- GEORGE BETTS, 1st CorporaLII U'a loss not only to his kindred, but it wiJ!: 'and deliver me, at my place,,, opened an office In Jacksonville} ', ;,:.1 j
Jaow II. WEBB,2nd do.J.IVILLIAMSON4th be deeply lamented by all who knew Lim_ in Jefferson County, vi my poney, or foi THE Subscriber will purchase the abov HAB practice of the Law,In the eeveralCourt 1
>s do. Ills disposition and mannen were such, IJ depositing him in some i jut.SAM of Black MOM, if delivered i in of.Duval and of the adjoining songf -' \
of L LANOLEY. Savannah previous to lit October, in lags
him the friendship all hU acquain f .
PRIVATES -B. Cole M. Cohen,' J.: N 1 f. insured, Early deprived of their father, hi Ouhobjee Jab 4. .. n small quan tiet. ealie pledge* himself that all bus t a..* entnutea -
tance. Topala
Crews, H. carter. 8. Dawson, E. Field listen and brothers were looking to him fo .50. J. W. )IORRELL., to hi* ear, shall receive prompt and .

" J. L. Grayson!1' A. G. Lathrop, D. N. Lam protection and support By his death chart Savannah, June 11. 4wV7LANKHoftll diJi, nt attention.

1. C. BE DeMirando, J. G. Pringk R. I has been opened in their affections, not SOOI Weeks NOTt. to the Jacksonville, July 15, 1835. 2ptf
Z, J Sherman, A. O. Segur, W. Thompson, 1Wylly to close. In their bereavement and affliction S IX lion the County appl Court of r description Printed al. .
this Office at short notice.
.G. Wood to know that hi at :WANTEDA
G. Waters, J. Warner, it will be a consolation Alachua forleirs ofadmhwtrationon .-,
bridge, C. J. Zhtrower death was produced in the defence of hi the Estates County of COAt ffTLffE S.VITlJ I IIrAt.o:: Job Work in 4 handsome it/1" ,,, T this Office, an apprentice to the Print-;

George Craig, Bugleman. country and their homes. ERASTUS ROGERS. *d GEORGE VtI1ITZLER ,, moon reasonable Urmj. ting i business,fifteen sixteen year old,

Capt. W. P. Eowen is expected in th" In.St Augustine, on the 8th alt., A"e ,late of said{ninty,dee.aaed. ... Justice BI nk -De.d* :DilI of La >f good moral character: aodjndttatrwu* babiU -
j wife of CapU K. B. Gibbi, and daughter o; CUA' W ALDIlOi.JU1W121lm ding-Manife.tI co&taatly for ale al.1thi to such: an one liberal encow" C.ment will ,
la Steam Packet Florida, with a further de. Gen. Joseph" Ai.. Hemandei, aged about. 2 L ,,6w48 office. -*;> 1J- tee oJr rtd. ov.19."

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j I THE STEAM, PACKETFLORIDA. THE BOSTON PEARL AND
:MACON STEAMII9ATCOMPANY
aUTRluoNT.I went to a GAZETT
BENEFITS or ;' .Volume Foul.
I neighbor and solicited a donation for ,a : Published. ISAAC weekjby
C, PRAY
/ THE FEMALE ''ORPHAN. public object; he replied) > I approve .of. The work will be published, Jun.weekly

1 "Ah, what is friendship but a name! the object, and, ;would assist you, but pear .!sTHE ,& number containing erg t large quarto each
equal to duodec g"laneous
sixty J
mo
t A charm that lulls to sleep, know I have a family, and charity beginshome. pllges-of
above company take this method of 'CAPT. \ EDDARD, and original mdtter; printed ?.sce.]
A shade that,follows wealth and fame at' ." th2 public, that they' have "lTILL ron one a week from Savanna riot white paper,'' with p rfectly new o typePA

f II And leaves'lhe.wretch 'to weep." I called'on a second ; ,ho replied that purchased two '8 mboats the, MACON vs to PicoIata ;ouching at Darien, St handsome title, page an! correct index ,

There is something in the fate of the such as were able ought to be liberal, and and EXCEL, w ch boats are.to run regularly Ma.ry's; and Jacks ville.R. be .furnished, and the w rk at'lhe end of i>!ill
between Darfen and Macon, leaving year, will form an,excellently '
& W. KING printed
,
U friendless Orphan that calls loudly forth* that he bad. every disposition to ,vaid'tne } Darien once .with two tow boats. Agent at Savannah. of four hundred and sixjeeiii pages volume

I sympathy of, the benevolent.: Ah 1 t., who but be added, "I have stronger claims The i only() inches of Freifht' payable, ly shippers. All slav e three thousand duodecimo pages equal to

i can contemplate without ,feelings of the upon' me which I am bound to.regard,- water with eveieek in each. The passengers must b.cleared, at the,Custom ,:of The music volume'will for the contain iwentp-eia pieces
reo.t to place
company : expense Pianoforte & .
,
rt t deepest ,regrc the situation'' of tho poor those of roy children." this line of the Ocmulgee'andAltamaha House.. Conveyances, fo f St;; Augustine, in teadi- one hundred of common beet music c equal'wh'to v

1 female who has been deprived, by the A public charity demanded that a messenger respectfully solicit ness at Picola.ta. could not purchased separately for lee

is stroke of death,' of,those to whom_ she elould be cent from the city to a the patrbnage of tb public. This line will July 1, 183:). than five'dollars;jand the publisher is deter
be a great facility-ff: merchants who wish,to mined to procure the simple rather than
I looked for.protection and support, and who remote ppuntry. A person? was selected 'ship their goods bype way of Savannah or SUNDAy' ORNING \\NEWS. complex und difficult. the

I has been thrown"destitute'upon the world, whose talents were! well adapted to the Da.rien. to Ilawl ville and Macon or in i Although the pUbli er places no depen-

.' to bear contumely' of the proud, and mission!, ho, replied,/"that nothing 'would shipping have; Cotton been rode)44. Savannah.to forward cotton Arrangements or TIlE Sunday the.II bite ruing for News,upwards'has now three been rary dance paper whl-tevern!, from its enrUvings the upport,of ita8 there a lire':

:' the scorn of the rich,-with no friends to give liim more pleasure, but it ,was absolutely 'goods without detection between Savannahand months, and if a criterion\ can be draw n be presented occasionally, plates yet from win

cheer her in the hour of trial,-no, fatherto impossible o account of his family. Darlene.( from the number fits\pa.trons and subacrib and wood beautiful *orkmanship: and copper fin
No exertion orjapense will be spared to ers it has met w' a. flattering acceptance,, ish. Already have appeared
protect,her, from, the'Insults of the unfeeling I ." Ho was excised. give the greatest' to goods or cotton and! the principles it hu been guided. byJn engraved portrait of James Fenimbre a beautifully

) ,=nor mother,to'watch over her in Two merchants, partners in business, shipped by this Ihi.} its'management", have been approved and L executed on steel, and a chaste vignette Cooper,
fill.
Agents for the ove boats : sanctioned.' AI a consequence of its increased engraved on ;*' ,
the hour of sickness! failed. At faceting\ ,of the creditors it page copper
circulation friends have
) BALDWIN & Savannah. itsadvertising] ,Its contents will be various and
L. CO.
spirited
'Whose heart Is so devoid of sensibility, was resolved, iiat one should,be forthwith I 1 come foward in large numbers; and,as it may there will be general record of Occurren, a.

as not,to feel for the situation of her.whose: released; but do other because,he was a J.MITCIIEL GODDARD& CbitiNs K Co. Macon.Darien. now be considered fairly afloat, and' rising on sees Statistics, Obituary notices, &c. &c in
the tide of public'favor it affords admirable
an
addition the Tales
sufferings have rendered her weary of life, bachelor, might jet, as was his duty, go to J. E. & B DlLEso,, Charleston.Dec. vehicle for the dissemination of\>such in elling .Literary to ; Fugitive,Legends and,Essays Historical Trav

and whose unfortunate circumstances are work and pay a still' greater dividend. 1834. 1 telligence as those engaged in business,wish Sketches Biography, Poetry, &c. making

fast bringing ,,her. to the dark and silent An insurance ,office was ,about to ap SUGARA 1\1 L 'FOR SALE. customers.communicate to their correspondents' and elegant paper for the parlor, and for the lover an

tomb?....The time has been, when happierness point a secretaijr. There were as 'usual I The number to casual of polite literature, 'contributions will be
GREAT B GAIN is offered, in the of'papers supplied secured from some of the most popular
I attended her,- -when she. had a parental twenty applicants. lu the discussion of sale of a N Sugar Mill, from West enquirers, in addition to the regular' aibscri- rican 'authors. Ame

roof to shelter her, o mother'' to the board of directors the talents of Point Foundry; meter of Centre Roller} bers, on Sundays, is very'gteat, and \Is con The work will be printed as well,and con
I + many two feet two and loll inches,and two outer stantly increasing\. ; which is another pioof opopular f tain a's much reading matter as
love,her, Hind a father to guard her, but were set forth -when a member rose and ones, one foot te and one-fourth inches- approbation, and a,sign of the Attractive uarto, paper ,,now,,published in the any United similar

: alas ,those days,have departed, those joys said that the one whom he should propose with Iron'cogs, p ts, &c, as also a set of character of its general, and miecelaae- States; and it can safely and truly be called
I have 'never to return. Kettles from the ed Foundry in Scotland, oars contents. the cheapest journal of the kind.TFRMsThree'dollars .
glided never ,
away, ; was a man of moderato capacity'but that known Carran Under these favorable .
name 0
by e Foundry, war- I
It may be that she is languishing on a bed he 'wcsa* poor man with a family.. He ranted and proof, malleableIronhe' ca- Sunday News will proceed wire paper is firmly'established per-to annum be paid, .as in the ad-

I of sickness, suffering the/'agony of pain, succeeded and'holds the office still. pacity of the gr Kettle is :three hundred doubled confidence; and energy,,in g vance. Two dollars,for six months, to be
it gallons, and pro tinned, or graduated to to gratify the curiosity and taste of the iubr paid in advance.
i deprived of medical attendance ; or may A mercantile friend wished me to lie in all the various items
pro- sixty gallons, be four'to the set; all. of of Intel ge ce Boston, 1834.
I maybe that ahe.ha. ,'fallen avictim to the cure,a'person to j fill a responsible station.A which, with Cool Vats, and a Cistern to which form the staple of a weekly journal- 1

snares of villainy,-betrayed, deserted,.lost gentl man'came who seemed well fitted contain thirty ho, leads, of Syrup, will be The man of business'will be sure to find TO 'THE PUBLIC. -
, if d therein the most recent and
of
\ disposed app for shortly, for at. least correct information
\ '. -her inward peace of mind destroyed, for the office., I asked him how, much twantp-five per ce below cost. upon the state of the foreign,and domestic TilE SUBSCRIBER, having purchased

i'l' with a broken heart, caused by the "inhu rmanity salary he expected. He replied, smiling' A line directe o 'E. B. COX, on Sidon markets, the current, of business, the arrival Editor and Southern proprietor Agriculturalist Mr. John from D. its late

\ ofman", It'may be that she finds "I am a married plan," which I_understoodto Plantation, Mcln h County; Georgia:"(asMa.nager with of mercantile vessels, and affairs$v,ry the thing politician connected will solicits the support of the friends of Agriculture Legare,
;
will be tended
relief to "rooted sorrow" in placing her ,) : to. and,of the, interests connected with it
a ,
1 be> fifteen hundred dollars per annum.He March 12. ,4w1 meet, with ,a faithful abstract of the move ,
hopes of happiness U 1 in a world to come. has the place: No bachelor would have ,! ments of parties,with legislative proceedings published throughout'the this work Southern.for Mr.States. from He'' has its
here with
details
\ together ; of the Legare
Poor and unbefr ended I! NICE.By political
: Orphan lonely over a thousand. operations on the continent of Europe, and commencement- the year and he is
'. and unhappy female Although the rich Two criminals were tried I for forgery at An actjpasse jy the Legislative.Coun- every other quarter of the globe :' the lover of thus practically acquainted with the mode in
.... of thiS Te toryatits.last, session varied and diversified which it should be Conducted. Its publica
mock the reading will find the
may : your poverty, proud treat the old Bailey and were condemned to and approved by e Governor; Feb. 14th, means of gratifying his as tion will be continued on the same terms and.
: with the artful villain wound 1835: the Subscribmissioners were Corn appetite copiously in the same heretofore
you contempt, death 'Tho. King pardoned the one who appointed supplied as possible ; i while the' admirers of manner as with such
I. 'your feelings, yet there \is a Being'' who was married on account of his wife and to ope ooks and receive sub- literature will be sure to discover something improvements as his ,experience may suggest.
scription for the st of a.Bank to be located to suit their tastes, in the choicest As the subscriber is solicitous to make! this
I .% will guard ,you with a parental care, a children The other paid the .forfeit. of his in this ,Town, I be called TIlE BANK from native and.foreign periodicals extracts and in Journal the vehicle' for dissemminating useful

Father: to the fatherless" ,who will in'thq life, being a. bachelor. OF .JACKSOMIL .. the' contributions of'popular 'and approved, information, not only, with, regard to'estab

end place you in a home whore sorrow will In short would avoid troubles of In pursuance; which the Subscribersherebl writers. The tone preserved throughout' ,will 1 lished systems of husbandry, but i also experimental
you be efforts"in 'Agriculture and, Horticul.ture
give'aeries/ a.t the Books for Subscription that of scrupulous morality so that the
no longer mar. your felicity, and' where many" kinds,, exciteJsympathy!! procure for the stap&in said Bank, will be most fastidious shall have nothing to object ,-he invites free and unrestricte'd communication

pain will no more attend you. O yeS, office, or escape punishment, you have on opened in this To\\| at the CountingRoomof to on this score-and the wish of the proprie from all persons'occupied in these

: there is a} !home for.the ;righteous,w eternal ly to be married. Messrs.. Blanclrd & Rider, corner ot tor, as it has b nand will continue to be his facts pursuits.. ,Let no one imagine I that solitary
Bay and Liberty si ets, at 10 o'clock, A..Mon : dutyas well aahis desire, shall be to unite or: isolated experiments are too trivial to
,, in! the heavens, when their pilgrimagethrough the fourth day i May next. in its columns i it well arranged and digested be communicated. All ''systematic knowledge l
this yalley of tears shall have been NEW YEAR'S ANECDOTE.-A little; girl I WI. MILLS, order, all that u sound and elegant in litera I is but the aggregate humble particu

.end d-when, "their dust shall return unto was despatched by her mother one New W LIAM RIDER. ture'amusing in instructive in the sciences lars ; and Science,- in,every department, is
STPHEN EDDY, and for brought to perfection,not through the instrumentality
correct'
Year's to wish Grocer necessary a appreciation
day a '
the earth it and their Spirits ascend a "HappyNew : of
\ as was, I ISJ.AH D. HART., passing events. a single'exrraordinary mind, but
"" 'I'.t.: unto God'who gave them."' Year," with directious to '''teU'himthat Commissioners. The popularity now by' contribution particulars by many:
. f'r she would '" take the gift in molasses." Jacksonville enjoyed by this journal, individuals,'and generally"after-the lapse of
;':A- 9 ._April 2d 1835.. will be the best guarantee for a careful adherence
many years, he is desirous therefore to haveas
. :' Without' friends, what is roan ?, ,A solitary Accordingly she took! a Jug and went o and the to the meaneby Which it was acquired; many facts to record as ,can be, furnished, ;

.I oak, upon a sterling rock, symmetrical 1 the store and did' her- errand as follows:_' ,TREASUJBR'S NOTICE. it, the most patronage flattering hitherto encouragement'to'aperseverance extended towards his and fr9m the, planterwho is systematic in

,. 'i.\, indeed in -its'"'form, beautifully and exquisitely i'
, happy new and here's a Jug to it 8th, 1835.By J New York, August, be [
! finished, outrivaling the most lauded year put acceptable. If the last are worthy of being
in in:"=[Dedham Adv. S an act pas 21st November, '1829, it recorded that they may be imitated, the first
of and
if ,perfection art. gracefulness gran-' is provide Xat all Bonds executed by GREAT NATIONAL WORK. should be noted in order to be shunned.

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i mack wing, and' left its ,loaves blightedits 1 Subscriber has ju6t',raceived' from the County Cft to the Treasurer of the Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge to be il fellow citizens of,the'South, will l not be in
THE Territory of Florin and that all Auctioneers, v&.in. It would be
lustrated a to our Plantersto
'' limbs roots York,,a full supply of Falland, by !numerous Engravings.. reproach
i II contract, as they dry-its shall quarterly inich year commencing on THE* meet the fate of the Southern Review. Of
: .' rottenness-and its bloom death-a scathed i Winter Goods, consisting of the 1st of Januar transmit to the Treasurer BY BOSTON BEWICK COMP. NY. the last it maybe justly said,'that it was suffered
120 barrels best Canal Flour, under oath, taker fOre some Judge, a copy THE success which has attended the pub to fall,when it was not only rearing for
of .
'j lt. lifeless monument ItstJ pristine beauty 100 half .. do do do
: of&.11sa.le, effecte >y him, with the amount of the best Magazines from the us a well merited fame as a,literarypeople,
.. 1Vhen the rebuffs of verity\ are crushing 75 bbls Pilot Bread, and at what timed J place, and for whom English Press: has led to preparations for issuing but it was also vindicating the Southern hob
\ 30 do Irish Potatoes, the same was mi >... Nowall Auctioneers ,i 'periodical more particularly its from'"the
Ii'' ; (earthward, when the, clouds look. black '20 lihds New Hum adapted unjust aspersions which have
England. ,, are required4o ta notice of said law and to the wants and taste of.the American : been
; pub so liberally bestowed upon us out of our
above and the muttered thunder of,misfortune 4000 lbs Bacon
h r conform to it, or its upoii'their Bonds must he. While it will be the object of the proprietors section of country. ,The '"Southern Agri

( {: : ,growls ,along the sky, when our 4000 10 do best Cod Soap''Hah, '. be instituted.. ,J [,es of the ,County Courts to make the ,work 'strictly what its cultu &.1ist',"- in..some measure supplies then

If! frame is palsied ,by the ,skeleton: hand of 20 kegs quintals Goshen Butter, -r\, are requested \ lout delay to forward, title in.dicatest} will, neverthelesscontai. place of the Southern Review, so far as regards -
\4 ', droperly certifiecAuctioneers id approved, the Bonds of all articles of Interest.to its patrons, which the circumstances last alluded to. If
i tl disease, or our senses whirled in the tnale- 40 bags best Coffee, in tl r possession, appear in foreign Magazines. serves ae.a of
methods
Register not
Mess & Prime Pork Molasses only ,
I. ,Sugar;Rice
etrom cjiaol'of, insanity when our .hearts AUSTIN Extensive preparations have been entered Husbandry, but also of relatin to our
'1 :. ; Mackerel, White Beans, Rum, Brandy, Holland I CHARLES, into< both with Artists facts. ,
and.
the of Treasurer of Authors, to,furnish system, of Slavery The subjects of the deciplinei -
; : are torn, / recent separation somebeloved and American Gin, Irish Whiskey o Ie Territory Florida. from rill parts ofthe,, .Union the treatment
drawings the characters of our
!! object, while our tears are, yet Wines, Porter, Lemon Syrup,&c.< &e. and illustrations of of Slaves ,
every subject interest and
' ; y ,.-ALSO- $lOOtEW; ARD., are fairly suited to its pages,
which the
Ii; flowing upon, the flesh turf of departed innocence A large assortment of Dry Goods-Boots frofaJie' Jail of Monroe Coun enable them,publishers to issue a confidantly work honorable believe will] constitute topics as interesting !and important '

I $ in ''that time it is the office of & Shoes, Crockery, Glass, Stone,' Hard and ESCAPED terrier of Florida, a prisoner ., title and acceptable to the American to its- tention as any which the can engage either,our 'own who at*
People or. attention of those abroad,
, friendship to shield us from the portentousstorm Hollow wares, &o. &c. by the Dam f JAMES'S. .SIMOXDS, The American Magazine is published feel a legitimate interest in our concern.
' I Cotton Bagging, Twine, Rope, &0. who was commit to three monthly- ach humber
my custody on The
tq quicken the fainting pulses of pur All of"which will, be sold at the lowest cash, indictmeAta/oum the grand,jury of .ai! ,pages, at:Two remark, that if he had not undertaken to
I sickly frame, to bring back the, wandering ,prices.. M.K. PINCKSTON. County; on the 's at charges of murder, DOLLARS: per annum, payable in advance. continue the publication this Periodical, its
Jacksonville NOT. 10 183:).
39tf piracy, and larceny d'made his It comprises Portraits
II i star of mind within the attraction of a sound escape by and Biographical most probably, would have been eIther removed
of false the of the Sketches of
means
" keys i night 14th distinguished Americans
intellect, to pour the consolation of sympathetic'kindness DRY GOODS,' GROCERIES, Ac. inst. He is a naUv f New Hartford,(Con.) of Public BuildingsMonuments! and; Vie im" Whether from it will our be city in his, o[ been to,continue suspended.it,

-the "oil and balm" of THE Subscriber respectfully informs the a marinethnd has an for several years i in provements; Landscape scenery-the boundless will depend not only on'power the Pecuniary but

peace into the festering wound,and deliver that he has just returned from command of tradin and wrecking vessels, variety: and 'beauty of which, in this the Literary Contributions of SouthemTlan]
New York', with an 'entire new and full assortment and at one time con anded the Schr Lydia country, will form an unceasing source of j instruction ters.' He
a }- the aching heart from the object of its yet of Dry Goods Hardware- and Cut* Philadelphia. II s about thirty years of and gratification; Engravings and- in their hands confidently, feeling now a full leaves, assurance;; this matter that

bleeding affections.A lery, Shoes and lists Groceries and Provisions age, five feet five bix inches high, has a descriptions of the character, habits, &c. of there is wanting on the part of our Planter,
Drug and Medicines, Crockery and downcast guilty 1 dark sallow complexfinement Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects, together neither the liberality mental energies necessary -
! ,CAREFUL 101.D1Ea.-A new recruit Glass Ware. And hopes by his_attention, to ion, but from, close for several with every subject connected with the Geography to sustain the Southern Agriculturist
merit a share of their patronage, and assures months had becom mewhat pale,has at e- History, Natural and Artificial
; : A. E. Publisher.
resources MILLER
coming into action folio wed the,, example ,
Goods mutable scar head and of the
them that his will be sold at a reasonable on some scars country,illustrated in a familiar Charleston S.
C. 1834.
k, of his conu'o.des'and loaded his\ muskeLJJaving' price for Cub;'or in barter for country about his face.. II s well known in New and popular manner. Persons' desirous, of Deo subscribing'If can appl/
dont produce II. II. PHILIPS. York where hia wi connexions reside., Boston Beteiek to W. T.
:ibis ho placed the, breech of Company. WILLIAMS Savannah otat this
,
N. B.-CASH paid for Cotton, Hides,DeerSkins I will give the able, reward if he is secured No 47, Court; Street office. 8
R&/ his piece on the ground,, and appeared to Tallow', Beeswax, Moss, &.0., in any Jail in tlj United States or the DCT: Editors of Newspapers throughout the -

be anxiously endeavoring to draw his Jacksonville, Not 20.: 40tf same reward with a reasonable. expenses if United States who wi publish the foregoing :. CABINET FURNITURE WARE

t charge; Oas of his comrades observing! delivered,to me at 'Vest.TIIOllAS.E Prospectus, and notice, the contents of the DOUSE.

t him out Jim don't fire ? NOTICE. IN, U. S. Marshal. Magazine from time to time.shall be entitled TAMES H COOKE "No, 100 Broadway,
sung why you persons having demands against the S to the first volume. ,
ALL Key West, July !C) 835. New: York offers for sale kind andquality
, Jet' ]n.ba.ve it boy.j. of. Y'llOBKIRK, deceased, Any person the Agent, br mail, of SofasSideboardsSecretsrieIix -!

I continued
', to I shall burt omebodr for I've of and all indebted ind d to the year u lone Chairs of every post and
- ; gotball a February next, persons to persons < subscriber, as the money is're nluly forwarded French Bedsteads ofMahoganyand
;' in my gunynnd can't get it out1' said Estate are requested to make imnie'liitepaym'DL by Note k' account, are re- A liberal price will be paid for appropriateand Hair and Moss 'ltfattruaea-Feather Maple-BedsLooking -
? &'b fool hath (he 7ADSE91ODKIRK, -> r no credit will be gu at my: store after the trative of national subjects illus GlaaeesCupets--and a (full assortment
:..The .,ore. w l1A.,.a...,.. I "foolish" *W1LUAM, MILLS. P. 10th March. 11JacksoavUl / DY, li. PHILIPS. terest. Subscription received, jpossessuig at in- of every thing necessary to furnish
this office. a house
he hka Jacksonville Oct. 1,1835. &tf Marc, lOtf- Dee. 25, 183t .
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