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 25, 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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JACKSONVILLE COURIER, JLcflfslatfbelCouflcft of those of our citizens w ose property has evil, are grave subjects for tlio exclusive passed for[ the government of Florida, as
PUBLISHED ONCE A WEEK BY been destroyed, or who h .ve been compelled consideration politically ,and }!'morally, ofthose to embrace tho privilodgq contemplated by e
lffmm3I1taAm{ a I OF TDK: to abandon their hom by the Indians. alone among whom exist*., the foregoing Resolution. :
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. And be it futherres I jd, unanimously, Second-Resolved that the dispositionmanifested Offend former .
TERMS-$4 per fear, payable half yearly ,on a day by Mr. Johnson .
I in advance.-Single 12 cents.. That 500 copies of the ) resolutions in some of the States at the \vc 'taken from tho orders of the day .
'I MONDAY, January 18-The House printed for the use of th i Executive-ten North to interfere with and disturb this and rood Tho and being
I inserted and contractsmade" yeas nays required
Advertisements reasonable met lj pursuant to adjournment, a quorum of which be transmitted t tho Delegate.in very delicate subject, cannot oilie 'wise bo by Messrs. Duval and Macon
for yearly advertising, on were
No advertisement will be' inserted being present, the Journc of Friday last Congress. viewed than as au evidence of a f cling ofhostility yeas, Messrs. Bcrthclot, Blount, Brown of
terms.unless paid form advtnce. was read. Which was read, and oi his motion, the to the most sacred ,righ of the Columbia, Higginbotham, 110110 man, Hun .
Mr. Francis Miles, a menber,elect from rule,being waived their South and must if isted in
communications by mail be ad- were rut on passage ; nccssarily pc ter, Johnson, Kenan, Macon, McNeill\ ,
All may Hillsborough appeared, \traa duly and \ the bonds which hold th Union
Publishers of the Courier county passed. weaken t Miles\ llnmsny.; Tabcr,and Walker, 14.- '
dressed to in the all oases, to be paid. qualified, and admitted to eke his'Scat., Air. Borthclot from th committeo on together-and that whether wes 'attackson Nays, Mr. President, Messrs.; Burritt. Dennis .
Postage Mr. S. L. Burritt, a menber elect from Enrollments-Reported as correctly enrolled the institutions of the,:' Southproceed\\ Duval, McCanta .And lttortoalt 0. So. -
AGENTS FOR THE COVIUER.FLonu Duval county, appeared wis duly qualifiedand "An act to declarerthq.ITrtwholaway from fuuaiic&s{ or not, it cannot Impair.d' vaUcd. j jI
>3$&? ', admitted to toko'his seat, I river, in Madison county, ,a navigable obligations of those, from wbioaekomos the I MMKcsoKitiond offered on a rorn1 "day by
JeumaniUe-Josepb !J..,Sanchez The President' laid before the House, stream""An act declaring th En con. missiles are discharged ; to 'ullfy the >org Mr. Wood in the words following;; to wit:
Spring Grote-J. Garrison,Esq. P. M. the Report of the Auditor/md Treasurer- fceue a navigable stream"" An net to establish niscd means of the utcuufauy. bur extending .' Whereas, This Territory is crlgagcd In Iii
Nanltarin-E. A. Cohen,Esq. P.M. which was read, and with the accompanying an Academyon tho lands of JohnA. his work of desolation.", i war. with the Seminole Indians, and requires }
GEORGIA.St. Account Current, was referred to the Willey, of Leon county"I act to Third-Resolved That ,I.. o exclusive I that all her'citizens should> 1. bo in tho
MarY'8-A. Doolittle, Esq. P. M. Finance committee.Mr. legitimate and change the names oiEsthcr, right to legislate for the gove nient of the field ; And whereas ; Tho Eastern portionof 1 t;
Savannah-S. Philbrick, Esq. I. Morton gave notice, that ho will on George 'V. and Riley Crews;" Aid "An District of Columbia; can c fer no constitutional said Territory is not reprcsc Ucd in this
Macon Edmund: Russell.FLORIDIAN'WARSONG.. some future day, introduce a.bill, entitled act to establish two terms of the iperior power, to disturb iho right of Legislative Council, in conscq nco of tho I
"An act to amend an act, declaring Juni Court in Columbia County." Whic i were property, as existing in the S vo; and that members elect from several cot ntics being
per Creek, in the county of Escambia, a signed by the President, and couni srsign- any action of Congress undcrfcuch a recognition ncccssiatod to take up'arms I In defence of
Tune, Oft in ""e'stiUy night.;' navigable stream," passed Feb. 1st, 183-1. ed by the Clerk of this House, anil order- of power ; cannot bu awaken the their lives and property, and those of their ,
Composed by Dr: FITCU'W. TAYLOR,of N. Y. Mr. McCants gave notice, that on soma; ed to be transmitted to the Gover or for alarming apprehension, of al the citizensof constituents: And the members of the ,
Rush to the battle field) future day, be would introduce a bill,to be his approval.Mr. the .Territory of Florida ; vho :are unwilling Council now present, being desirous of affording '
The Sem-i-no-le dares thee ; entitled Ah act to amend the several acts Taber, on a former day ofTtjrcd the to acknowledge that 10 fundamental all their aid and services to their t"
Heaven e'er shall be,thy shield concerning Free Negroes and Mulattoes.* I Preamble and Resolutions follow'!ig, viz: principles of righto and sec rifles guaran distressed fellow citizens of tho lIOutllel1lt'I'
While courage onward bears thee ; As ,also a bill, to be,entitled .An act to Whereas, The county of Wasington I teed tinder tho constitution of ho U. States ; ern portion of our Territory; I
The savage knifeIs amend the \several acts concerning the has not received the advantage c "a Iroemption .' wero forfeited by a migratioi to a country, Resolved, therefore, That tbis Legisla I
seeking life Revenue the Territory of Florida." to a quarter section of lam as given the domain of which is ,in tlj > government five Council stand adjourned Until the fifteenth '' i
Of brothers on thy border; Mr. Dennts, pursuant to notice heretofore to other counties in this Terri ory for of tho confederation of said nutcs. day',of March next ; and that His
,Their Indian-yell given, asked and obtained leave to introduce the County Scat, and to build Cou -llouses ''l.'ounh-That while tho people of Flor- : Excellency tho Governor, bo requested to
Through wood and dell a bill, entitled An act to'amend and Jailcs: And whereas, the I incipal dia still repose a confidence in :Jie patriot- transmit a copy of this Resolution The war-whoop shells still louder; an act, to incorporate the Central Bank of good lands in said county are now ntered ism4and justice of the People of tho North, President of the United S tarns, to bo by !
Then seek the battle field thee Florida"-which was read by the title,And or otherwise appropriated :, And > herons to correct the evil of which the whole South him laid before Congress for,their sanction,
,The Sem-1-no-le dares ; referred to the committee on Banks. there is now bylaw a SuperiorC rt helJin complain; yet should they disappointed if ho may deem it necessary under tho existing ;
Heaven e'er shall be thy shield thee. 'Mr. Morton, without previous notice,'the said county, ,and ]owing to th sparse in this just expectation ; they.hereby pledge laws and circumstances to do so. j!
While courage onward, bears rule for that purpose being waived, asked population thereof, that it will bo oo bur- themselves to make common cause with Wero on motion of Mr. B4OUnt, indefinitely1 :
See 'neath curling smoke and obtained leave'to introduce a bill, en- thensome.for the citizens therein tc build a tho people of(ho"'whole South ; should it ; postponed.: i
Thy home yon is laid in ashes, titled "An act respecting the hostile Negroes suitable Court-House and Jail fo the accommodation be necessary ; to perpetuat| to them and The following Resolution'' offered on' a \
High gleams their tomahawk* and Mulattoes in the Seminole Na- of said Superior and ounty their posterity, the rig/ifo,lib ties, ,and 'tecuritits former day by Mr. Duval, in |ho words,fol-
As 'cross yon flame it flashes; tion, and for,other purposes"-which was Courts, by way of taxation. appertaining to then lowirlg, to wit:_
',The yell is loud cad, and on'his motion, referred,,! the Be it therefore Resolved by- the 1 egisla- Fifth-Therefore Rcsohtod, ''should a Resolved, That so much of all fines and
As near they crowd committee on the State of.the Territory"Mr. live,,Council :of the Territory of lorida, convention of the Southern Or Slave Hold pecuniary forfeitures collectcc} of froo people
In savage exultation- Duval presented the petition of sundry That our Delegate in Congress be quested ing States by general consent bo recom- of color, under infractions by them of
The pale face quails inhabitants Monroe county, prayingfor to endeavor to obtain from Con jrcss, a mended ; the Judges of the ounty Courts the present or future l'enal'Coilo'! of tho _,
When red man yells- the establishment of a new county to donation of a section of land, to by located arc hereby authorised to issue writs of election Territory of Florida! as mny bo necessary,
Defiance to their nation. be called Piukney"-which was read, and by the county authorities, upon any public giving duo notice; so mat the peopleof be, and hereby is appointedr rasa permanent y\ '.?
What though the Indian song referred on his motion, to the. committeeon lands in said. county not otherwi appropriated the respective counties, tiay, If they so fund to meet1 10 transportation and
,Must cease to wake the forest ? the State of the Territory.: to aid them in ,building i CourtHouse will, ,select' and depute deputes' to 'said expenses of such people of color as'may ".:,
'What though we've done him wrong, Also, a petition from sundry inhabitants, and Jail in said countv.JDeityirther'Kcsolved / -- -' C'.Ao- ,...._. -r'- 'V ,. b '. ll f> ** l'*.V 'Ukvtlr <..*.C11I'gtiay from' '-, ,
,We, stop not to deplore it;' \"" to inoorpurute'tne 'Uity1t -Hey"'yVCSt- '-- Thai* copy of I beg leave Air. President, further to the limits of this Territory, to1,tlie'States \ i
They've struck the blow, which was read and on his' motion, referred the foregoing Preamble and Resolution bo state to the house, that a communicationwas and Territories of the Confedorotior\
Their blood must flow, to a select committee-+} Mess1'& Du- signed by the President and ce i5ed by the received by tho chairman from our esteemed which slavery Is repudiated as an'evil, ,. and
Or we, and ours must per a ; val, Blount, and, Burritt, were appointed Clerk of this House, and forth,ith transmitted fellow citizen, Col. Gadsden,!accompanied deprecated as a moral tin.
Their hunting groundIs thereon: to the Hon. Joseph M. lite by an assortment of the Tracts Which was again rend and Adopted. a
Westward foundIf Mr. Blount offered the following Resolutions Which were again read and dopted. which are printed for distribution by those Tho bill entitled "An act to' ftuthori o ,
life we'd hope to cherish. ) viz: Mr. Duval from the select co mitteo, to associations-which communication, I.am the Governor the Territory of Florida; .'

Home life,and woman call, Whereas, On the 28th December 1835: whom the sr.mo.hnd. been re rred, andin instructed by the committee, to present to to ratio Volunteers for tho dcf nce' of the
And/ urge thee now to action; Major Dade, Captains Frazier and Gardiner who reported on a former i y, the tho House, with a request that it be read south-east frontier," was taken up in committee
Ay, woman more than all Lieutenants Mudge, Hetderson, Bas- words following, viz :-:, by the Clerk. of tho whole House-rafter sometime
Hopes from the brave, protection; singer and Keias, and.Assistant Surgeon The committee \to whom ha been ro- The tracts are now on my desk, where spent therein, the committee rose,and
She's fled her home Gatlin, of the United States Army, and ferred so much of His Excell cy's mes- any of the members are at liberty at their Mr. Blount therefrom reported the same to :
In dire"alarm', about one hundred and twelve noncommissioned sage, as relates to the existence f abolitiondissemi leisure to examine them during the day; tho house with sundry amendments. The t'r
And war-yells yetshe'. hearing' ; I. Officers and Soldiers of said Army societies at the North ; and to I t e S. II. DUVAL, Ch'm of Corai yeas and nays being required on agreeing, -
Soldiersagain! were attacked and cruelly murderedby nation of incendiary tracts ong the to the report of the committee of the whole l
Those homes regain, the Indians and Indian Negroes of the slaves at the south respectful reportThat ; hound;,, by) losers\ Duval and Berthelot : 1.
Or perish in the daring. Seminole tribe, while on their march from the subject is one in. whi the people To SA)1'L ::11' Duvu-Eaq. were yeas !Ie ..'Blount, Burritt, Hjgginbothair ,

Then seek the battlefield, Tampa Bay to jFort King, for the protection of the Territory of Flori L, feel the Sir:=As' chairman of committee' to Hollomon, Hunter,' J bnBO1t1\lc.! \
Ye brave ones'!and ye daring;; ; 'of the citizens Florida: And whereas same deep interest,which is un' ersal: with whom has been referred so'mucb of tho Cants,'Miles, Morton, Ramsey'and Walk
;Your hearts will never yield during thejiresent' insurrectionary war all the citizens of all the State in which Governor's Message, as relate; to the existence : er,11. Nays 1\lr.\ President, Aleul'l.' Ber; ,
''While honor such ye re sharing ; made by and Negroessevernl domestic slavery now exists} a I thatthey of Abolition societies aj the North, thelot, Brown of Columbia, Dennis, Duval, '.
Tis heaven the while, other Officers and Soldiers of the United consider any interference with at institution and to the dissemination of Incendiary publications -' Kenan_ Macon\ ,.McNeill\ and Tabcr, 0. 80 :,;l
And woman's smile States Army, and several citizens of Flori- by those to whom it does ot appertain by them, among the slaves at the said report is agreed to ;f and said bill is or ". '; .
That bid Then you to strike the rescue the foe; da have been killed by, them, and a large whether originating in a 81; 'c of big. South I take tho liberty of t forwarding dere to be engrossed ,for a third reading ..'.; '
And lay him low, amount of valuable property destroyed.Aud .- I otry or fanaticism, as well c :ulated to you a bundle( containing an assortment of on to-morrow. .. r
And of all shall bless you. whereas, it is becoming that this Legislative : sow seeds bf discontent, which not quiultimately- the tracts which are printed for distributionby A bill entitled An act to raise A flog;
prayers Council should, not only express eted, and that speedily, must those societies ; that you ma be better ment Volunteers in this Territory," was ,
Who needs excitement here ?- their feelings,with reference to those whose prove fatal to the existence, 11 d,,pcrma- able to judge of the true character, and of read the second time, when on motion the 4
Come Jook upon? the wounded t"! lives have been thus sacrificed, but also to pency of this Union. : the extent of the attacks made t> them on House went into committee of tiib} whole'! "t
They're at their homes once more, adopt measures for the remuneration of That your, committee are enured that the institution of domestic slavery, as existing thereon-after' some time'spent therein;
On'beds, by friends surrounded J those whose property has been destroyed. the citizens of this Territory, ad looked in this Territory. the committee rose,,and Mr. Morton from V
But mothers weep, lie it therefore. with, intense solicitude to I d summer It may not be irrelevant cn th'occasion said committee reported progress, and asked ,
Nor sisters o'er sleep them flowing Resolved, unanimously, by the Govern. movements of the people at e North ; to state,that the tracts now sent ou were leave to sit again, and that twenty-five '
While tears are ;
Come, gaze ye here er and Legislative Council of the Territoryof with a strong hope that the public senti procured from Repository at If. York ; copies of said bill be ordered to be printed ,
And wake the tear, Florida That they have the most sincere ment there, corresponding witty 4 that which that they were put up in conjunc on with -which report was agreed to, and.copies i
The brave-ones',woes deploring. and heart-felt sympathy for the families exists in this quarter, would 'pply a rem- many other similar packages by thf individual ordered. ,". ,,
and friends of the brave, but unfortunate edy to the evil complained of)and remove who had charge of the estsbli' ,went, The House then adjourned until'r'to-mor
Three cheers to Porter's band Officers and Soldiers who have fallen by the dissolution of all the abtlUun tacit- and with a full knowledge on his part of row aU I) o'clock. f- g ,
Led on to our assistance;. *", in deform nf their ronntry, and entertain his t the great ioquictutU growing out of the deposition intended to "be nude of TUIIDAT, Jan 'ly,-The Houso met .
When forth at his the command brave resistance, the deepest gratitude for their services and the known objects for which they were them. He stated in a seeming spirit of ex- pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being '
They'll. And make share' ; respect for their memories ; and that, as a 'organised. That'though ,still w ling to ultation, that the abolition societies were present,the Journal! oly lterd4l" proceed.
While glory to the fair sligbt testimonial of their feelings, the desk repose a just confidence in the p triotism increasing in wealth and numbers, having ings was read. .
They yield a sure protection ; of the President of this Ilouie shall be and good faith of the jieople of u 9 North; already reached 300. That they hero well On motion of Mr. Blount Mr.\ Burritt Gadded
And on the field shrouded in black, and the members and to apply stronger correctives,than he mere organised and not wanting in zeal or determination to the Judiciary Committee, to tho
The weak to shield, officers thereof wear crape on their left expression of sentiment at Town i eetings, to continue their onward committee on Banks, and the committee oni
They'll be'theDlHlve in action. arm during the Session. should those fail, in removing all uses of march in the righteous cause (I uso bis expression the State of the Territory: .
Then seek the battle field, Be it further resolved,unanimously,That' irritation far as the injury'.co plained as communicated to me) which Also, Mr.\ Walker is added to the com-,
The Semi-no le dares your; the Governor of this Territory be request : of originates within their junsdic [on.; yeta they were engaged and that M human mitee on J be State of the Territory, and the
Heaven e'er shall be your shield ed to ascertain the names, rest ence, and. lively sense of our own rights a id secu power could turn hem from thor course. committee on Claims. ..
While courage onward bears you. nearest relations of those Officers. Soldiers' rities would seem, in the opinion of your Respectfully your oW't erv't, Also, Mr. Mites Is added to the commit
St. Augustine, Jan. 24th, 1836.* and Citizens,. who have been slim by the' committee, strongly to recomme 1 (in ad. JAMES OADSDEN. tee on 'Internal Improvements, and .the
Indians and Negroes; and in behalf of dition to any legislative action w felt the Now moved that the House do concur in committee on Elections.Mr. ..
'The wounded, seventeen in number, re this House, address a letter of condolence: crisis may seem to demand} som declarations said report, which motion prevailed-and McNciH' pursuant to previous notice
turned in their'boats from the battle of Dunn and enclose a copy of these Resolutions to ,which,in common with the se which said report is concurred jn. asked arid obtained leave to introduce *
Lawton to St. Augustine last evening. It such relatives; and also make aReport of have been made by the states i i which Resolutions the words following, viz: bill end ed, An act to repeal part of the 1
was a sad occasion to its inhabitants. said names to the Legislative; of slavery exists, may serve to enliw, ten the Resolved "by rite Governor and Legislative 5th sec oo of an act entitled 'an aet to
this,Territory. other members of the confederation, as to Council of the Territory of Florida, make p rmanent the county seat of Madi-
9 WANT.. Be it further resolved,unanimously..That the unanimity prevading the JfTu U South that it is the sense and wish of the People son cou ityand for other purposes,'" which
Want it a, bitter and a hateful good, the Delegate in Congress from Florida be on this truly important, and roost delicate of Florida to be invested with; the right was re; d and referred to the Judiciary
Because its virtue. are ,pot understood; requested to use bin best'exertions, to pro subject Your committee thereto; re report and rpririfedge of electing all /Justices of committee.Mr .
Yet many things, impossible to thought, cure from Congress, at this session, a law for your consideration the fol0dujg{ Resolutions. the Peace and County Court {Judges, In lount gave notice that he will onto l'
Have been by need to full perfection brought. making liberal provision for the widows addition to the officers already elective hi -mo >w ask leave to introduce a bill toautho
The and orphans of those who have been,or Resolution First s-Resolved, (flat domestic this Territory. t h e the guardian or tutor,of the mK
Sharpness&rinr of of wit the and soul active proceeds diligence from thence, may be slain during; the present war; and slavery as. instituted in the States Resolved further, That the Def&te In nor bei s of Javenl' Fonteuals JL Vila deceased ; V. 4 e
; been be wounded and Territories of the South whether be Congress be requested to user? all proper o sell their real estate withuvthUMrt
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And, if in patience taken, mend our lives. therein: and also, for the remuneration cherished as a Messing, or repudiated as an means, 10 to amend too acts 'of Congress 1- ._


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.. be useful to it be received SOUTHERN LiFE lsaijm.net:
MESSAGE OF THE PRr.nDENT. force may you, may; AID 'I'60T
issuing Commissary, showing to what time I into the public service,and that you CoMFANv.-We polish l in our paper of.
r RESOLUTION he has drawn rations. THE ACCEPTANCE' OF .THE MEDIATION Of tbs.
authoriie the reception and the
will also payment week, proclamation of the
..'llt1ro! ,ing the President to furnish r bona; Provision returns will be drawn.for each miALlY PROCLAIMED.: of the above mentioned articles, ilyou Florida authorizing rf
to certain inhabitants'of.Florida!. family, stating the nameof the head of the The following highly important and acceptable -I shall need item in the prosecution of \ company to com.

Be it resolved] by the Senate and i ouse family, and the number'ofpenron agreeably Message was on Monday, the Stir the duties intrusted to YOU, I am desirous mence business!, and we are happy to lean
t. of 'of the United Stftes pf to the several designations before mentioned inst. transmitted by the President of the that so far as.expenses have been incurred that they haTe'alread began i issues of
America in Congress assembled, THat the and elating also the number of days United States to both Houses Congress: under the above resolutions, and with the current in Charleston And in the 'l0rNe"

" President of the United States be au|10r S- for which with the the provisions commencement are to be and issued ter.mlnation ., To the Senate and House of Representatives: generous motive vhich no doubt promptedthem York, though made payable in St.August,

" ed to, cause, rations to be deliver, from together of tbe term, and. describing also_ The Government of Great Britain has that can be met agreeably to law This has been efFecte!by placing fund,;,'
r the public stores to the unfortunate uffer the quantities of each description to be is- offered its mediation for the adjustment ,of and the usages of he service, this shouldbe those two cities for ttheir redemption. Tl.
eOn whore for I them. this will
Enable to provide the between the United States and done. And I presume object of which
. solves, ,and who have been drive from sued. dispute that point in be most readily fected by taking the volunteers consequence a rangement' will U
France. guarding
families will each Carefully
ir Persons haying no receive : that East Florida will h; re a pJ
;, their homes by Indian depredatijns ) These the controvcrSy"hlch, as it 'involves'our and th material: into the public currency at
'; Florida, until they can be re-establrmed,'ir returns a provision will be ra\Vn.in return. the usual provision manner honor and independence,admits of no com service.: Still t ib i -measure 'must depend throughout the" greate portion of, in facb

: their possessions, or so long .as thy President upon the issuing Commissary, and the is promise, I have cheerfully accepted the upon your; own news of your wants ;' and throughout the United, ates.
j may consider it K/POiK/ sues will be certified by him. They will offer. It will be obviously improper to of your means t
1 JAMES abstracted and certified, agreeably to resort even to the mildest measures of a I have requ ed the' Navy Departmentto limited business, un61 the war now raging
, a Speaker M. VAN BUREN,, the array regulations; togetber'wrttf the Florida in Florida, over, they will call in additional .
declined Revenue'Cutte i employed on
rolls of the whether France has 'accepted
the will]
Vice President of the U. Shtes, applicants, ,capital'and ,be ;in operations and ..
j be transmitted to the Commissary General's the mediation. ,1 therefore recommend a coast, to receiv your orders, and also to t
and President of the Smale.II I that Commo Ve Dallas, with the squad- tablish branches in all he important towns in
office, and upon? thcsc.accounts will be suspension!! of al proceedings on part
Approved Feb 1st, 1836. adjusted **<& of my Special Message of the 15th of January ron under his command, to cooperatedesire the Territory.

II ANDREW; JACKSON. 4tb.-jAt those places'where there are no last, which proposes a partial non-in with you. Be pleased to communicate This Inststntion will- doubtless, be one of
REGULATIONS- military posts, and where'the Commissary tercourso with France. While yip cannottoo freely with Con nodore 'Dallas. Very respectfully the most important the Southern .
General find it make is- highly appreciate the.elevated and disi1lONttted.'ltJOtivPA your nest obedient servant. country.Its
may necessary to capital is large, and it has the
Tress 1ng the"mode in which ral+i. shah. size, Commanding Officer" will, in addition of the offer of Great LEWIS.CASS.Major right of ez.
be iimed under the above IttfoIiUion, to'thetissuing'' Commissary, stationan Britain, and have a just reliance upon the Gen. SC, -TT, Augusta, On. tending &.' .Tn?financial talents of Mr. Lot
1st-Rations under the above ''Resolu- officer to perform the duties herein pro great influence of tbat Power to restore the Clark, the President of the Institution, ire I
I lion may be'' issued at all! places in Florida,, I scribed tq the commanding officer. e relations'of ancient friendship between the gmm ". &amm"THURSDAY.FEBRUARY well known, ,and under ,his superintendence.
; where public provisions are collected, and 5th*-These-issues will only be- continued United States and France, and know, too we auger the best results.
: where there iBalll issuing officer of the Subsistence while thj sufferers are compelled to re that ou* own pacific policy will be strictly : 26. Most of the plantations in East Florida hare
, Department. And the! Commissary main from cir homes; and for such time adhere to until the ,national honor compels
been and
In the second volume of the pillaged burned-how
General of Subsistence will also take after their t' turn, as they may be, unable toprocure ui to depart from it, we should be in- commencing fortunate,
I j\ measures for such issues at a few other prarisions for' the sustenance of sensibe to the exposed condition' our Courier; though encouraged by the past, we then: that,this Institution should! come to our
important points,if it shall be found necessary thernselves nd families.' country,'and forget the lessons of experience feel considerable solicitude in view of the I aid at this peculiar, ,period,.' to furnish the

t 10 when stores .are not already collect. .With res ect to the issues; after the surfereni ;f we did not efficiently and sedu- future: 'The past has been. an ventral year means of restoring.our,ruined, ravaged coua-

, "U.f' are 'n-established -in their posses louslyprepare for an adverse result for this portion of the Territory!, Owing to try, and ere long, we hope, again to see new
2d.-Tho issues will be as follows- sions, the folowing rules will :-...: 'Thi peace of a nation does not depend buildings
govern the difficulties with the Seminoles the plantation erected on the ruins
i. To each white of the otf: ur- exclu its will the gene \ of
person age 1. Undt no circumstances will provisions vely upon own ,npr upon
f' and full ration. ral advancement of East Flaidar-its in. the old, and fields up with fresh, new
: teen years upwards, a army I be sued to persons having prop'erty beneficent policy'of neighboring powers; ,
; To.each white person under the age oft I ,:,sufl 5entf to make'' purchases, or and tbit nation which is found totally un: I crease' in wealth I ,and population, -haa been golden promises of'future crops, where now,
I e cored half of an army, ration. whose labx will enable them to procure '. prepay d for the exigencies and dangers of, less'rapid than 'might reasonably have been all is desolation and a waste.

,To eaclj. : person, slave, or, free, provisions after :there is'such 'a supply war,although it come without having given anticipated the_commencement,of our last Our soil is generous and climate genial
I I where the owner of such slave is unable to in the country that individuals' pro warning of its approach, is criminally neg volume. These .difficulties, unforeseen by health' may here be sought by the invalid-
procure provisions for him, of the age of cure It. I I ligent fits honor and its duty. resources
J most have cut,off the of individuals the means of
easy acquiring a
. fourteen and upwards a full ration of I cannot the competenceare
; / years 2. 'V n the country shall possess the I Inecessar too strongly repeat recom- '
\1 bread,meat,and salt. supplies,'the'continuance of: mendalon already made, to place the seaboard and paralyzed the energies of the community at hand.' The Indian war will drive from
I To each colored person as aforesaid, under the issues must depend upon the inability h a state for defence, andpromptlyto for a time to come. The preeeot'dis. this Peninsula;the foe that has hitherto pre.

r the age'orfourteen leartl.one half a of the persons to purchase for themselves provide the means for amply protectingour turbed state.of- the country, aid the uncertainty vented its settlement.) Immense bodies of
ration of bread, meat, an ha 'ng reference to the 'propertyand corimerce." When it will resume its wonted quietude rich fertile lands not inferior to the Delta of

Provided that to such"colored persons capa ity to support themselves, bytheir v ANDREW JACKSON" present an immediate prospect, the,most the Mississippi, will be brought into market
as are invalids; and to mothers ,with sucking labor.; Washington, February 8, 1836. ,
s forbidding to those who.were anxiously look sold and settled. No
infants; army rations of, coffee,and sugar 3., Persons not able as above describedto \ country could present
may be issued. 'procurebrovisions' will recieve'them It is with pride and pleasure that we re- ing to'the rapid growth of this part of the greater inducements than this will presentto

| t .3d.- -Persons' claiming the benefit of from the pkblic stores after their return I cognia;,-' in Monday's message from' the Territory. Though plunged in. war, we ere enterprising emigrants. They will be sure
these issues will present themselves to the home, wHJe this inability continues; President to Congress the evidence of the not discouraged.i Every day convinces us of to find it, where now there is danger of their
commanding officer of the.post, and estab- But under to circumstances will provis- triumph of wise counsels in our govern the importance oft publication similar to our* midnight slumber being disturbed by the in.
bah to his satisfaction, that they are unfortunate ions be issued ment. i The form and 'manner of the
; to such persons for a longer very own here. !and of the desire and ability,of the furiate yell of the ruthless -
sufferers, who. are unable to provide term thai one month after their return mesas a distinguish it from the elaborationsof sustain savage.
for themselves and who have been driven the show it be the country to the. Courier.!
cabinet and
i home nor !::0 any for a longer lower ; to
person Brevet General
SCOTT with his suite
from their homes by the Indian depredations I time than one month after the termination work o(the constitutional advisers of the i From the situation of the country, the preparation ,
in Florida. 'The inability to provide': of Indian hostilities. Executie. The President has yielded his of Oseola, and his resolute determination passed this place, Monday last, on his way to

" subsistence! will not:depend altogether on 4.. Persons receiving the benefit of own opinion to the'' unanimous opinion of not to.yield the' contest till he"in Picolata, in the steamboat Etiwan. His ar

': the amount of the property of,the! applicant these issue! after their return to their his cabhet In doing so, be has actedmamam'nousjvj.jvhilst death be laid low," it is i impossible to predict, rival was hailed, by a.''salute from(-the fieldpiece

,i or, his ability..tn-.supnort these __ ."". .. .'w.tlw.gnralt.d; cn. br.the/.firmness ..... .. ...'p..aad _...ItUlb._ : .. .. 'left here. His arrival was.most welcome .
labor, though'a regard must be had to pose at the most convenient place where and union of their counsel?, his cabinet : f -wf n -- r 4n
-A in, addition
Ii restored to of the to the pleasure the worth
from the- of affairs in deserve honor and tiffs part Territory-when
'f. >. ; because, state the issues are, made.' And they must proper ptitude'&om
not be the our citizens again of such a man occasions, he brings the .
oridaftbero may an adequate supply receive the provisionsand transport them countrj. may safely engage in drawing powr
offprovbions? in private hands,-and i at their own expense, to the place where We take no, ,exception whatever to,the from the:soil hidden riches,and in exploring ; and the mean of terminating this savage
',. therefore the mean of subsistence t,may they are wanted ; and, whenever requi terms of too message. When the honor the multiplied sources of their wealth. war-a termination which his arrival proves
not, be withnV!\ the reach of any of these red by the commanding officer, and he or indepenlence of the Nation are in any We hope for the' best. We hope the 'Indian to be near at hand. Even the glory of the
persons thus driven from their I homes, 'will require the same when he' has first way conceded, we shall be among the firstto sun" mUst
rising soon him
will soon be removed to where he ,set. By we
1" whatever may ,!!:*> their pecuniary condi: cause, to believe there is any, change in desire tj see them vindicated, and do can pursue
tion. In such cases the issues must be the number of their, families, they will not objectytherefore, to see them guarded; his wild chas i,unheeded,and uninterruptedby that seven hundred and fifty Georgians
made to all,'who bring themselves within' present themselves to him for a comparison as the President, says they have been, in the pursuit of the white man-when our may be,daily expected, and! 'the same D m.ber -
I the resolution, but tho commanding Officer with the rolls ; or they will procure the acceptance of the mediation. And as may\ return to the ashes of their from South Carolina had reached Savin-

!I. v ,must be satisfied .of the ;'scarcity of tirov jsl& a certificate from a Justice of the Peace, to the improvement of the defences.of the homes, which\ Pl nix-like,will soon lab, and was soon to leave to come by land.
1' : i.i ions,and of the inability of the inhabitants certifying the number, condition, &c., of Nation, fi reasonable or floating,' we are-in 'favor pear with newjbeauty-under the re-ap- A company,of mounted volunteers from Mil.,
"I .$-'* i to, procure'them.. And he will ale: takers their\ families; which 'certificate will be of it, to a extent, as a part of land of transforming edgeville, left this '
American place' yesterday morning
4 care, that in all cases where provisions are received by the commanding officer in- true national policy, dependent for its jus- energy and enterprise.-
: issued to these sufferers on account of there stead of an enrollment. tification lot on external circumstances or When peace mall have thrown the mantle of for.Picolata. 'They.were ninety in number,

,: 4. not being adequate supply in the! country Cth.-rThe officers 'to whom, these duties contingeniies, intrinsic wis safety 'around, their 'deserted and desolate under the command of Capt. Cannon. They
;I and not on account of a want,iof? reasonable are entrusted, will take all proper pre- dom-[ Tonal Intelhigencer.ExTaicTrRoM abodes; the fertile soil of Alactiua and Hills- left Milledgeville the 10th''inst. At Center-

t Ilf means ,purchase them,|ttbeis-! cautions to check any abuse ,or fraud that borough will,yield its abundant. and varied ville on the St.: Marys, they waited two days
sues be stopped as .soon as the market issupplied. may be attempted. And they will renorL THE LETTER OF INSTRUCTION stores 'and for the arrival of which
' To others, without themeaaaLI ( from !LI, of purchasing, the issues will be continued, oral Subsistence1. \ the operation of the P WAR DEl"AaTMENTJan. 21. inhabitants. The, removal of the Indians entirely were expected to join' them. The readiness
i until they can be re-established in their system, ani whether in their opinion, any ShouQ you deem it important to havea from the Territory is now made certain; of the Georgians and South Carolina aIUl,to

I'., possessions-provided: however, that' such other checks; are necessary.7th. persons! communication with the Governor They have hung like an incubus upon the abandon the comforts of home, and fly to the
!1 .' persons return to their, possessions!asj soonI' .-A;special account will be kept in of outh Carolina or Georgia, you prosperity of East Florida It has all the el : assistance of the suffering, is most creditable,
I'' :' as the state of affairs in' {ho country will the Commissary General's Office, of the are'atlibtty to do so. Your own route, ements of wealth, and ,when the Indians are : and shows that warm hearts, 'and', bran,
! permit them. ., Issues under the above.Resolution, and of however,'to the scene of operations in removed be characterize: their .
i1{ The Commanding Ofllcer.will in all cal the expenses: in relation thereto.' And the Florida, bust depend upon another cir- they can brought out, and they people.
J' ,' ei satisfy himself of the justice of the appli- Commisstry General will make the neces cumstancl Letters from Gov. Eaton, Gen. will be. ,Then East Florida will assume the The members of the Legislative Council

ij "'V .." cation. And "he will cause all persons, sary arrangements, for giving effect to these i. Call and pol. Gadsden, copies of whichare position, which her situation, her climate, have returned. The session of the Council
claiming ratidns,'to appear before himself regulations and also for providing such inclosed,leave but little doubt that some and her resources entitle her to claim. ,'
J' or before some person, to be appointed by means a1 may be requisite.8th. of the Creek Warriors have joined the *' vas, in many respects' one of considerable
I ,r'i. him for that purpose,and have their names:; .-The general supervisory authority Seminoles ,To what extent this disaffection FBRTHJR HOSTIIITIM or TH* IsDiAHiBy importance. Among, its' last acts, wu the
;'t 1 ages,sex, color, and condition entered,. ar- over thitsubject hereby entrusted to Major may hate 'proceeded, we have' not accounts 'received from Micanopy, we learn Appointment of a committee to visit Washtog-
9 ngu1g!hem on the roll I by families and Genera, Scott ; and should he find that here the means of ascertaining. But from that two men were fired upon by' Indians ton, to represent the condition of the Territory -
,designating also where their' possessions he object of Congress in the above resolution the number and position of the Creek In.. within a mile of that place. One killed, to Congress,' that that body may adopt
" 1t; are, and to what. places they were driven. is impeded by the operation of these dianst is highly important, if they evince and most was some for the indemnification of all
1 The Issues may be made for f a term not excee ., regulations or that abuses are practised any disposition to join the hostile Indians, shockingly mangled. The, partic- measures
' \
e 11't" ; rnandiog Officer: has 'reason to 'think that, suspend or modify the regulations, andto rarous measures should be adopted to : of a letter received by Mr. C.. Waldron.--, dt.:;: ian[ depredations. That Congress will'set
:I 1 -from improvidence or any other cause, tbe provide such ,others as he may ace. fit, check dia spirit It is probable you will ed Feb.19th 1836.Yesterday immediately and efficiently to aid in 'astor
j issues for that time 'would be longer than reportin his proceedings, together with be able to obtain such intelligence in South Isaac Lanin, and Willis Net- lug an extensive section of our country which

'J i., and that the provisions would his .reasons therefor, immediately to the Carolina, as may enable you to form a cor ties went after hogs a little below Mr. Sa- bu been destroyed, and to relieve a section
I be waste, or improperly applied, ho .is iVar Department for its consideration.- rect estlnata of the danger to be apprehended has
! ,' authori edt In such' cases, to reduce the The tw< great objects he must keep in froth this source. And if there is any vry's, when they were attacked by fifteenor still more extensive, whose prosperity
j ....-.:.t term, as he may think proper, even down view evil be to give just effect to the in- I reason i> believe that the Creeks are in a 20 Indians. Mr. Nettles ran about two been paralyzed for a long time to come, Rehope
j:' to daily Issues ; allowing only those, to ention of Congress, as expressed in the hostile tate, or that they meditate it, you : hundred yards and was killed. Lapin made and believe. In justice to a people,
':It,: draw for a longer time, whose habits will resolutioi von the one hand,and to preventany I will call in such a militia force as may be safe home )With a ball shot through the calf of who were looking to the United States for

: .},:a',.... ensure the proper consumption of tile pro frau or abuse on the other. necessar/ to occupy the Creek country in his leg. This day a company went out and protection and who had a right to claim it*
visions. ,And .whenever any provisions Recommended to consideration of, Alabama, and immediately to reduce these found Nettie's bodjr-his head this aid should be immediately granted
thus issued are disposed of in toT other the President Indians o submission.-Should, however,
r .' way than by their consumption,bv the per LEWIS CASS there bend cause for alarm,on this subject, brlysplit'ope and his entrails taken out. I Judge Smith and Mr. Downing, of St.Aostine *-

,. eons to whom they are issued,suck persons Secretoryirar. your undivided efforts will be directed to never witussed such a sight as he w...- were appointed said committee,who
hall thereafter cease to draw rations' from Approved.ANDREW. the Senjnoles." There have been Indians all around us several will proceed forthwith to Washington.

the public stores. JACKSON. (Copy.V .) day". ''Many saw two yesterday
.;; AU changes ranst be noticed upon the War Department Feb.5th, 1830. ,\ Aa in the prairie" morning In another column may be found the Special *

''' roll,'whether of persons leaving tie place Ihr.A.aTJml"T'l This instance of Message to Congress upon the subject of
"t'. or of persons arriving thereat :And new hLANCIIOLTMisa Martha Wilson, of Sir.- I have been n. new depredations, and the I the mediation of England in the adjustment
".3 roll will be prepared at the end of every -mngharn co. Geo. who on returning: from Hamilton, that under certain resolutions of. appearance Indians in that quarter, may. four difficulties with France, In which the
.t'\\ month so long as the 'issues cont lue. No Savannah with her mother and brother, he cinuns of Cbarleston, volunteers have I be regarded as a manifesto of their readiness' makes known his eonitionaUy -
I issues will be made, except at tie place lad camped out," as the custom is on the been cal d into the service,and provisions, to engage the whites again. It U the last President acceptance Tb
when'..b. applicant resides in rder to road, eaugit fire io her bed, and running ammunUon, &c. purchased, with a viewto manifest of theirs. Their triumph is short. of the proffered mediation. :isto
prevent personal'fi'oD'1lrawlo\ddlblo! rationa' some distance before her clothes could be aid in relieving the inhabitants of Florida message breathes the spirit of peace and
'alb.the same tiras. And if 4: person torn off the flames were thereby so increased from the devastations the Seminole By order of Gen. Scott, an expreas started earnest that mild measures will be pursod -

,Jea-oo, place and:goes to amber, he by the motion; that she was in a. ndians.. from this place to. Milledgeville yesterday: as fax as they can consistently wUJ .W
joust take with him..a certificate torn tho few minuta Uterally charredto death. I have to request<< that ao far u this ''IDOl1 nc. : national honor and independence.' .


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Irof '1'60or! FOR FtoRirJ*.-Neatly every paLr The long continued north wind, fresh as if ; ., I

h which we'lake up,.notices the departure recently imported from the region of snow I FIND ray name among the number pub FOR CHARLESTON. I LIST OF LETTERS, *

Militia Regulars for the ice hshed as deserters, for which a reward i i. WITH DESPATCH. in the
[f Volunteer, or, and ,occasioned some wonder among those REMUNING Post Office at Jack-
offered. I THE
could fine Schr. GEORGE
not packet
m in Florida. We designed to notice them accustomed to the balmy breezes of our clime. of unwarrantable capable .6 4- MARY County, on the lot I
par ,making such an use of WILIEr, Muter now day of Jmuary, 1836-and if not taken out ,
nII' I. But their number forbids? it. S..Carol!- When we read of the mo ntains of snow, my nane, and when I first he rd it, I con in first rate order for lea-will run in three Months, they will be sent to the General

Georgia and Alabama, furnish each and hills of ice, over which. our northern sidered it an idle tale. Thinking that you her regular trips from this port to Charleston 1'osiOffice as dead Letters.
a, have acted and will sail in
inconsiderately from false a few.day. For freightTO
sir quota. i friends have been climbi i g, and breakingtheir I will simply state the facts, and appeal reports to, passage, apply to the mUter on board, or I Chester isbee B K ''

re. The N. 0.,True Am rican of the 9th inst:, arms, if not their nec a,our cool breezes When candor as .gentleman. at this office, Feb. 95.; James Bickland, 2 John Zeph. Kingsley, 9
Kimme. '
e.u onwns the followingOn / are explained We are th to content where I Capt. Vaughn received or'dersto muster John P. Irown, L.'

Friday, 300 U. troops and volunteers we are. The harbor at N w York and Boston his company, I was not a subject to mili FOR PHILADELPHIA. William Jraning. Joseph B. Lancaster. .

mbarked on board (he steam ship David have been entirely clot id with ice for the tary duty, and if I had been, it was not in my THE Sloop Northern Liberty, Robinson C M '
for Florida. [The officers were, Lttol power to comply with the of the .6 master, now in first rate Colt & Bmroson. William J. Mills 2
V rows. Twiggs, commanding, Major Sands and distance of a hundred mile \ The brig Arc summons,for I had neither anus,equipments order for sea, will sail for the above William I. Carole, 3 William McKay,, ,,2

R are, Lieutenants Buchanan and Scott, and tic, bringing U. S. officers and troops from nor horse. But when order were receive port on or about the let of March. Jane Ann Clarke, Ann Mangham, 2 ,

88t. Surgeon Leavenworth. Baltimore to Florida was towed in the Ches- to march towards head quarters; and Capt. I For freight'or charter apply to the Master T. F. ClaA*. John M..I".n_ .a
of eighty;! under the command Vaughn was sent back for those that remain. I, on board, or at the Itore'otM.. K. Pinckstoni; oi5 : np : '
4,t A company apeake, through sixty miles >f ice ed on the Island !his al
,f Capt. Malon, we understand\ will embark subject to command, I or at this Office. Wm. s. Dlnald.on, Francis Piles,. J2
g ,morrow in a vessel 'cleared for this purose from eight inches to tw9 or,three feet in volunteered for and took such arms as he pressed I Feb. 18.VALUABLE. Doctor P. Downer, Thomas Penney,
and at the risk of Mr. J. W. Zacharie' thickness- The inhabitants 6f those cities Lieut. purpose, and marched on foot to Philip J. f.lell. 'Detty Pritchard; e'1,
Dr. J. S. M'Farland is recruiting a force of; must be grateful to Dr. Nott,for his caloric men. As,it where feared MaJ. Hart from was collecting LANDS ORS' LE. E M. K. Finekston.'i, !>
who will be ready in a few days. was reportsin valuable V Samuel Eagle R'S.
K) men, tracts Cotton Land, ,
circulation THREE
distributers, i if we are not tt the Sun for from abroad, that secret mischief
Q J. Eubatic
has to Thomas
he city council appropriated fitting as follows J";;'One 'on Sawpit ltigley,
lout this corps $5,000, and the legislature, itlis enabling us to dispense witl such calorific was Capt.plotting among thd Instructions slave population Creek, known by the name*of Sawpi Plantation F WilHam B. Rou. \
Vaughn received
I hoped and believed, will give a further inventions.Mr. return and \ to containing\ 350 acre.. L. & G. Fleming, S ,
. 1 sum____ UA_t''jjnvvvvWhen 6r..1\I\I\/. the Island organise a corps fo the defence of & on Jolly I Bluff opposite the pity: of Charles E. Flinn. 2 Edward ItSam,'"
.. these men shall all have embarked, consequently 1 wu arched back, St. Mary's, containing 150 AIM, o Mary E. Saunders
Calhoun has made a report,to the Senate and promptly attended order for acres. another .,
;. New Orleans will have furnished every duty tract, distant about three milts Archibald Graham John Q. Smith.
<'<5 7/isV/ up- And sir from from ,
the of the circulation of Ab now what 1
upon subject authority am published
wards of-1000 men, armed rnc( equipped to deserter Jolly's Bluff,commonly called Hawl li tract, nirtioo T
1e I defend and protect our brothers,of Florida. olitlon pamphlets in the Southern States. It a I have not the Capacity! \ to containing GGO j .t;* .. '" U orge, U 1\\ebucf'lMwbrldg.,
comprehend. My acumen is too dull to '
learn that is said to be able of the penetrate These tracts of land have dwelling Doctor E; GUlllauelen John G.Tytuir,
e From the'Pensacola Gazette, we very though many it. It is true, I saw from Mr Robert houses John G. Guilbert, Lewis 'nl\g! \ 10'. ,
the Legislature of Louisiana, now in session, provisions, annexed to the report,are regarded Harrison's two officers enter Mr. tt.hraim on them,also,cut buildings forth crops, &c. D. S. Gardinet.H 'W .I
all of
Harrison's, on the 29th ult. those I which will be sold on realK ble terms. .
has appropriated $50,000 to aid in carrying as impracticable. After perusing the report } officers For conditions apply to either of the subscribers John'Warn ,

"e on the war. The New Orleans papers! of the itself, we may resume this subject.General and was Capt.subsequently Philips, informed but they,left were no Col orders Mills or MILO ,K. PIN PSTON, Isaac Isaiah Ilendrigks D.Hart, 8 3 Timothy Charles Wi i IhLm&1l ey, .I

|23d ult. offer a bounty of,$30 to each vol. summons for me, nor have I since received HENRY W. 1\ XEY. James M. Barrie J. U. 'V, ,'
r Scott learn intends'establish'ing Jacksonville Feb. I
we 1, 1836: ;3m 50$100RE'VARD
unteer. any from Capt. Vaughn, to whose orders 1 1am I James U. 1I0u.ton. 1'hcophilu If,Wood.'
! a post at Vol usia. Should the Indians subject. But I seek not to'palliate or
from the Forta, on the seaboard, JSAIAII D. liAR P.M.
Regulars ,
retreat southward, as when defeated,' they screen my proceedings from the most scrupulous :,
as far North as N. York, are on the march.- will this will become investigation. I never have,and never LOST in the town of Jacksonville, on the
probably a most important l11COLATA
1I0US .
Gen. Scott will soon have between 3000 and will, shrink. from any proper test of duty, ult. a Russet Pocket-Wok, containing .
post, fro i which to receive supplies,&c. and whenever,or wherever found delinquent, ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS hereabouts, The undersigned relp' Uut1y aDnnunoel -

, 4000 men including nearly regulars.Though :- will meekly submit to any censure,reproach, whoever will return the samebr give such ,. to tile Public, that'h. in.

no contemptible force, they ,will all We learn fnm the Florida Herald,just received or penalty that truth and justice can pas information that it may be recjvered, shall tends opening, early IOctnber, the .

I 'find employment, when they attempt to hunt ",that the ,2d Regiment of ,Florida upon it. i frankly acknowledge, I''did not receive the above reward, or Jen per cent hotel known u PICOUTA' I1oui>r. 'The build-, i
l present myself to Col. Mills during his stayat for the amount received. I ing enlari'.el, will comfortably -
[out Oaeola and Jumper. Militia were 'sbanded on the 30th inst.: by accommodate ,
Mr. Robert Harrison's, but it was not from CHARLES, WA DRON, a furnishEd company, I
DADE. A new has been order of Gen ustis," t disrespect to him or his authority. It is only Attorney for WJ. P UUR., the Rooms will be well and the,I
MAJOR : county
Council in connection with motives, that an action IS Jacksonville, Feb. 2. I CO Table richly supplied with the fare the
organised the by our Legislative New River, em- A charter fo a railroad from St. Augus really worthy or unworthy,and when I bring country afford. 1e1t
bordering on ,
bracing country
and including Indian Key, to be called Dade tine to the St.Johns River, waS granted by it to this criterion, my conscience acquits me. RANAWAY Picolata i. situated on the St. river.forty ,
the Council. To gratify the distinction which exists in my Subscriber the I.tghof the miles above Jacksonville, and eighteenmiles
County, in ,honor 'of the lamented Major Legislative FROM on
Dade.-Floridian., mind, between pressed or forced service and ] a Negro fellow by tie name of West of St. Augustine > Uh, a stag
: voluntary duty, and to allow myself the necessary PETER about 5 C communication, requiring only a i de of thre.hours.The .
DRAGool'fs..tLieut.Vheelock' the or 8 incj,s high,-
( 1
A name more appropriate for the new county says climate is rsmarkabbalmy mild andhumidity
for it the m.deand
time to prepare were mo- well when spoken to 41 I Nayumile.:
New York J urnal ofCommerce of the
could not have been selected. It will not tives which actuated me. To say nothing of lIe stole a roan from m on the night and being exempt from t a
10th inst.) arri ed here yesterday by land influence of of the poney of the sea atmosphere, has proved highly
the past proceedings of his
only ,carry down to posterity the name of a reports departure, and lias been teen on him
from Boston, accompanied by 10 'or 12 of what called if Col baneficlal to invalids laboring under pulmo
were press gangs, making his to the Cree Nation as a
and brave officer but will be a his way .
worthy dragoons bein the last of of 100 affections. :
f a corps Mills had merely commanded me to appear servant of Col. James Gadsder nary
toric monument of that most lamentable massacre upwards, w 10 have been raised in I that at head ,,quarters, it would have been (to my; A suitable reward will be pfid for his apprehension A Steamboat running/ weekly between this

which deprived the country of so many city. They arb a fine body of troops, and mind) an immovable barrier to my entering and delivery to m at my place, place and Savannah, will afford svsry desirable
Lieut.' W. justly' of them. Intemperate the service All the service I Jefferson facility for communication between the'
young and gallant officers and brave soldiers proud honorably. t in Bounty, with m poney, or for .
volumes of men were,uniformly rejected, although could render, would be viewed in no'other depositing him in some safe ja two places.with
Names whose utterance discloses these the
than that of It would be advantages undersigned
many such. offered themselves as light{ compulsion. SAMUEL; 1ANOLEY.
history-melancholy history, strike the mind because to. hope*by his unremitted personal attention,'
volunteers. The whole serve you are obliged Ouhohsee Topala, Jan. 24. 4w50
are now Bald'IOU
I corps to render ,entire satisfaction to all who
most favorably 'Years hence some mother here and will closed my engagement, and intended may
proceed by the first conveyance favor lira with their .
will relate the sad tale to her inquiring child, to Savannah, where they will be provided place residence to remove to and Mandarin there offer, my, former services. MEDICAL NOTI >E. patronage.JOIfN.'P. ''LEVY. I.
and Major, Dade, and his heroic band, will with horses, and thence proceed irn- I did not retreat from the approach? of ,DR. EDWARD ALDRIOH, Pidblata, G.F. Sept.12. 8w38 "

Iqng live in traditional history in consequenceof mediately to Florida, to I'act against the Col. Mills. He was at Mr. Epbwm'Iiarrieon' A GRADUATE OF THE: MEDICAL COLLEGE or r

this selection and who can tell its influ Indians. The horses ore provided at the *, when 1 ; expenses of the government,-also', arms, mail boat, ,which had just, arrived ; andwhile Having chosen a permanent location at CLERK'S OFFICE-DCVAL:COUKTT; t' '

ence on the unfolding mind? two suits of uniform,,I a great coat, and I was there, as I was afterwards in. Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville, August 3d, 1835. S' '1' \

blanket for each man, and all expenses formed, he passed to Mr. R. Jlar 80n'., and County, having deeds or'other '
"Col. WHITE,the from Floridawas OFFERS: HIS SERVICES: IN THE: FRACTICE ALL persons any \
Delegate paid ; besides which, they'receive $8 per I went by particular'reque.. to c rry a mensage or writing tob recorded,i
unlucky enough to break his right; arm just. nonth. to a neighbor, and because 1 did not ra- MEDICINE, SURGERY fy OBSTETRICS. will please leave the for recording the i j
money I
above the wrist, by a fall on the slippery did '
pavement turn and Col. Mills not se< me as he
Q3" DR. ALDRICII may be found at Mr. 1 I. same dso-otherwise the deeds or other In- I
on Sunday evening. We observed, Under the head of" chit chat the New wished, I am called in the public print a dersorter I
D. Hart's, and will be ready at all hours to strummU will not be placed upon record until
yesterday,'however, even so severe an York Spirit of the times has the ,following: For the truth of this I wi refer. you- attend_n____ to n _!____.._ the fen is paid. '
his .
accident kept him but one day from regular to Col. Mille himself well as II the in-
attendance in the House of Representatives. "Mrs. Florida W-, as the accomplished with Dec 16, 1835. '42tf Perwns having papers of any kind already,
habitants of Amelia. You mig as :
call and for them '
." lady of the Delegate fi'om'o'lorida recorded, will please pay ,
IS termed, bears the palm from all fashion much propriety, advertised me u nDI4'UHly NOTICE. as the york is done;and I want ray pay. ',
We take the above remarks from the National Jromjail, for one i. a.true as the ber. And .
ISAIAH D. HART Clerk.Jackionvllle .
able party-givers at Washington. She has dol. weeks after date, I shall apply to the ,
have had the generosity too r ten i
Intelligencer of Feb. 3. We sincerely just returned from the tour of Europe, and lars for me, which il perhaps te times u Court of Alachua County for Aug. 3. 29tfFOR I ; ,

regret that.such an accident should befall be polished circles of the seat of Government much as I am worth but whethe you have letters''.of administration ton ,the. estate-'o' 4 :

Col. White, but are glad to perceive, that he are in ecstacies.' raised or depreciated my value in e estimation ERASTUS ROGERS, deceased.. : SALE.
Stills nearly new; one eon. .
Copper ,
able his duties. Flor- of the public, I allure you, ii I feel seriously : TWO I
to .
was so soon resume with'
Twelve vessels had arrived at TaropaBay In In Jan. 28,'1836. 49wG two hundred gallons a I
and arnest
ida may well feel proud of her Delegate, for on the 10th inst.,under a contract made by requesting injured, and confident am in n ting that heater cf the lame capacity; the other containing I'.'

none are found more active, more vigilant, he General Government with, a house in you will inform me and the publict rough the NOTICE. Mly gallons, which will be disposedof

and few more able. We shall give in a few New York, for the transportation of the columns of the Courier, why, in hat light, ALL perl nl indebted to, and &flnr de- For at terns further advantageous particulars to inquire the purchaser.of O. DVD,

lays: his eloquent remarks in the House, up I Seminole Indians to their destination west- and by what construction, I am e Ilea a dersetter. against the I Estate ,ELISIIAWiIIDDEN 'Whitesrille at this office. ,
ward. We fear they will be a good while Yours repecU Ily,' deceased, are reque ted to'pre. 1070xrq. C. IQtf ...
on his resolu on,'to distribute provisions getting their freight on board. J. P.,DE KNAP.To lent the lame Immediately, probe lyautben- Jacksonville, May ""

inhabitants who have COli J. W1xREs. ticated for settlement.WILLIAM.. : i .i .i'
mong our suffering [Pensacola Gazette.A "
: mmutlmSJ l>
driven their homes the hostile ., RIDE 'Adm'r.,, .1. i .
been from by '
clergyman at Fall river,: Mawu, stated PROCLAMATION Jacksonville, Jan. 21, 1836. 48ff LIT1HIOGIIAPIIEH,

Seminoles; from the pulpit a Sunday or two since, that ",TT71IEREA8, It is repregen ed to me I I, No; 1, Wall street, New York.
out of bis congregation ,composed of 250 NOTIOE.'ALL .
JACKSOIT of the Revenue Cutter'Jefferson Vf by Samuel L. Burritt, duly appointed -,
Capt. families not individual had claims inst the STORE. j.
an died, duringthe that he is without Irate in the persons having i NEW '
) tit
j has been ordered from the St. Johns year. of the late JOIlff F.D OWHdeceued Subscriber has just received a. com-"
t to cruise'among the Keys near New River" l' Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company and all persons indebted said es TilE assortment of Ewluh end W.,,' "
DEA IIS. ; and has made Inspection into the tate are requested to their aims and India Qroctrit which oK.r.ell
present Coodi, and are
.for the of that of the Territory. -
protection part affairs of said Company)pmd nr aid in make payment of their debts,, to J. JCD- for ate at the lowest

Capt. Jackson, though a short time TAt St. Johns Bluff, on Tuesday morning actually madef that life amountrequired ion of St. Marys, Geo. or J.O., [sows Ot prices.J.P.. LEVY. I

II unong It us, by his kind, officer-like, and gentlemanly last, Mr. JAMES ,BCCXLASD: of New York, to be paid in,(viz-Two Hundred New Orleans, Execu'ors. Picolata, Nov. 10. 39tf.-b'
deportment gained the good will aged about 40 years. [Printers in New Yorkare Thousand Dollars) has actual) /been paid.It F. J. JUDSON% cutor. I ,
requested to notice the above.] also appearing( to me, by the (path of Lot Dec. 3d, 1835.: 41tf NOTICE .r. I IIs '
and of all who shared his
esteem acquaint In St. Augustine Dr. KXMEDIT Milton w..baJ\tr
Clark President of said Trust Company, hereby i'IYlnthathhall liIX J: '
I ance. His arrival among us first gave the klassachusetts. that the required amount f((1t2000Whas NOTICES / date apply to the presiding Justice. ot, > tt

,,inhabitant of the River a feeling of greater been paid ; and is applicable to toe purpo* IX Weeks after date I will apply the Alacbn WJnty. for letters of administration I 1

.ourity. MARINE -JOURNAL sea or said charter, and for no inner. pur lion th* Judge of tke County Court of on the estate, iRa97UYJuusXRStlate. of'
whatever. Alachua County forleUen administration said County, cleoeue4. '
Governor Eaton has been nominated by the i POET or UCKIIOfTII.LZ-PJjaV: &T 25. poses on the Estates COJfSTAXTUfE 8JITlJ O. HUMPHREYS. I

President, Minister to Spain. A correspondent .J Now, therefore, be it known, that all ERASTUS ROGERS and GEORGE W. Micanopy, J.n.15, 1830 650

ARRIVED. the requirements of said charte having IITZLER.lt.tt ora1d County: de.as d. .
of the Baltimore American states, that 19th-Steamer been with I do here make NOTICE.
Feb. Washington,* Knox, complied f CHARLES AlJRON.
General Call has been nominated to succeed Savannah. Proclamation of the same, agreed y to the January 91,1836. w43 Weeks from daU, shall apply to the ..

him,as Governor of the"Territory. HwnI I Steamer Tugalo, Wray, from Savannah.Slit. direction contained in the 11th e coon of f SIX the Judge of the County Court of

.-Schr. George& Mary; \filley,from said Act. NOTICE.I I Duval County, for letters of ministration
er much the absence of GOT. Eaton from the fAULK\to of
with U. a. stores. the elute of FRANCIS
Charleston Given under hand at Office the on
Territory map be regretted, we are pUaaed' 22d Schr. Courier, Bliven, frcjn Charleston 30th of my J83 shall make application to th*'nrfxt: Coun aid County' deceased. '
January, DYNOM.Januu
I ty Court of Columbia hich will I. DEMPSEY .
with the nominations and we presume" their with U. 8. stores.Steamer \ county,(
JNO.IL EATON Gor.of I F orida. be
held on the first Monday in Airil next) 1 1836. 6w46I .
confirmation E wan, Sassard, from avannah. ,
would give generall&tW'utionto for a division of the cattle of ABEL O. LO-
23d Schr.Caroline Taler Charleston I ... \
the citizens of the Territory. Gen. Call with*- U. 8. stores. ,Crop NEGRQ AXE MEN WAI TED. PUJLlato of said county deceased; all persons 1 NOTICE. \

1 i. extensively and most favorably known 25th-Steamer Florida, Hebbari, from Savannah THE undersigned is authorised t r Jio. D. having claims against said ,cattle will ALL hiring demands. against tha'5Uof
render in their accounts before Mrs. CLEMAJfTWE.aAU .
W. Gar Contractors for te Tallahassee on or that
among us.Owing j doe them attes..
Sloop Northern Liberty ltobjtsoa from Rail itoJ, to give Twent Dollars time. JAMES EDWARDS.Dec. TIER, wiUpre..nt Fuld

to the difficulties in bringing the St. I per month for forty or fifty able b died axe .4, 1835. 3m42 ed and Immediate persons Indebted to Estate,
will payment
Augustine.CLEARED. work said road for six nimths. J &ijJ
militia men, to on
into service,with which Gen.Call has \ '. NOTICE. W. B Roan

had to contend, he has resigned the situationof Savannah.19th-Steamer, Tomochichi, Burden, for I. Tallahassee CHARLES,'Feb. 13,1836.AUSTIN, 3 fent.wl THE Co-partn.rah1 heratofof existing l"k vile,July 25' 183:1.: 2JIt. I
>r the name of L,Croat & Co.has
General, and accepted that of CauiuslIuDe. for New York. '
Schr. MOSS
been dissolved by the death of E Jan Wrtcurs. 80.004 LU8. OF
Lieutenant: Colonel, to which he was immediately 23d.-Steamer Tugalo, Wray foSavan- NOTICE AU persons having dem ul o against 7 WANTED.TJlEBabacriber .

tilled by the suffrages of the people. nah. \ IS hereby given, that all persona'indebted the said firm ar* requested to >resent th* will j>orebsw the aboy* i
Steamer WuhingtonKnoxforsmnnaiz.23d.Schr. to the subscriber by note or otlarwiul-.. same; and all persSns indebted 11 said firm, )fOIl.11 delivered iur l )

The American export trade of Cotton, amounted Elizabeth Wells, for BavanBah. :! will please make payment to to mike payment to the eubscr >er. who. )santhoris4 gavanaih previous to jet October, ,In Iu". "r' I
in 1835 i i24th Jr. Esq. who is duly authorized t* receive to rciv the same fLCCHJUER.' or unti... '' I
l to 370,194,18t Ib. nine _Steamer .Etiwan, Sauard, ,fcr S*. the same. J. A. BRUSH. > 1. W. MOARELL'aa.Sav .

,133,746. rannih. Mandarin, Feb. 25,1836. '31 November 10,1835.! :: I nab, June 17. 427w .e \ \


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.<' PEEP INTO FUTURITY., I bread and a cradle-and a lady's)using the I THE STEAM PACKETFLORIDA. riiiiiu JL ARY BOSTON GASETTE 1.rO AnL.-Volume AND fin*.
,. TCAM.
,, )IISOELL'ANEOU; Of predictions beginning January Itt, and same article for a sheet which she'did for .. Published. every.week, by toutU>.
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J. .. .. : 1830. but the of the lady ISAAC, C. zMwijr.rtiB.
Dtc'emMQltt table cloth ingenuity
ending a The Work will be published

rr It,',:.'Urti, ; :,1""'ALLEGORY.. Many will suffer for breads meat, firewood of Illinois greatly outstrips: the Yankee ladies 7tiC number containing eight large weekly quarto{ ,?e irk'

"&, V ., : BT I.O'PEn' ITAL. ; clothing,.and a comfortable houso.to for expedients.-[Rutland Herald.A I :-equal to sixty du decimo pages-oft ',"
laneous and e
It is now Morning. Still and g i ssy lies 1.1..' printed on .?
rior white
I wi\h\
'Ug wonderful week from Savannah ,
cVRE.-Among all the run brace a paper perfectlynewtype
the. lake, ,. within. its.green and desprent Many\ will enter the marriage state"an'd NEW WLL Picolata,' touching at Darien, St. handsome title page\ correct index
discoveries of the day we sal
medical ,
shores: Light, mist, hangs; arour like a disappointed before the year ends. presant Mary's, and Jacksonville, be furnished, and thi work at the end tf T
reveals ,tbe uicertairi get Bachelors Maids : have not seen or beard of any method of R. & W.KING, year, will form an excellently printed'olulIIe!
only and must
skiey veil and old
Many I r of four hundred and i ixteen
at Savannah.
and the follow Agents pages,
cure so simple ingenuous as equal,
outlines of woods and hills. Tin warm wait another year!before they can get Freight Ie by shippers. All slave three thousand duodecimo pages.

vernal air js'just stirring in the valleys, but married. ing. A little girl was asked how her mother passengers pay must, be cleared. at the Custom- The volume will contain twenty-sii pica
of music for the Pianb\
? "She is threatened with a fever, Forte, &c.
has not yet ruffled: the ',,:atc s irror.. Many of the dandies, jockiest and fops : House. one hundred of commin? sheet equal ,
said she ." but the docter thinks he canfire Conveyances for St. Augustine, in readi- music, which'could '
Turns the eye up\ard-the ,m ty vault will be bound by the jail yard. ness at Picolat. not be purchased'separately' for lelll

opens into: the calm, clear .heavensj; over ''Many will condemn others for jthe same [ it off"n July,1,1835. than mined five dollars; and the publisher is dew
to the
____ __ procure simple rather than ;
, ,which there seems ,suffused a g nial spir- do themselves. HIND.-The, firstLord Lvt- u and difficult. \tU
they """"-*"**-- ; complex
I it's breathe:< Far distant on thl horizon 'Many\ speculators, jockies, ,dandies and leton was very absent in company, and SUNDAY SunJdai] Morning News has NEWS.now been Although the publisher places
I flash out the gilded and redden g peaks ; honest'persons wil get deceived. when he fell into a river by the oversettingof THE th public for upwards of three rary paper whatever, from,its in the Engravings! support ofitaut\e.\

! and from yonder crown of snow,} a sadden ,Diary\ will continue, longer at the gam., a boat, at Ilagley,.it was said of him that months, and if my criterion can be' drawn be presented occasionally, plates,yet from there will

: radiance,announces the risen! sun. Now bling jable than"- they are aware. the had "sunt twice before he;recollected I from it the has numb met with r of its a patrons flattering and acceptance subscribers -, Ish.and wood Already beautiful have'I',l workmanship and copper fin

1 in the! ..east, stream the golden rays throughtho May\ will go to, bed supperless,and rise he could swi i 1." and the princip es it has been guided by in engraved portrait of James appeared a beautifully

I soft blue vapor. The breezo freshens, in debt its management, have been approved and executed on iteel, and a chaste vignette Cooper tit!:
sanctioned. A& of its increased
A comes with from the .NE\V GOODS. a consequence page, engrlL ed on copper. _
and loaded fragrance' Many\ persons' proud of their dress will
Subscriber has just received from circulation, its advertising friends have Its contents will bA varinuannd spirited"
woods.t: faint,.dark 9url.weepB ve.etw be much mortified before the year ends. THE York, a full "supply of Fall and come foward in large numbers; and,as it may there will be'a-general record of Occnnences ,u

1!t' ::1 water'tbe, mist rolls ,up, lifts :itself above Many I*.t.p are sowing wild! oats ands Winter Goods, consisting of now be considered fairly afloat, and rising on ; Statistics, Obituary notices, &c. &c. in

!J meadow\''and' hill, and in gathered folds ct yarn wit; be disappointed in 120 barrels; best Canal Flour, the vehicle tide of public for the favor dissemination, it affords an such admirable intelligence addition to the Tales,Legends,Essays Tnvelling.
: vale 100 half do do do Literary; Fugitive and Historical
i: hangs light around the mountains. Away their f 75 bbls Pilot Bread, as those engaged in business wishto Sketches, Biography, Poetry, &c. making an

on the leVel lake, till it meets the sky sit-! 1lan1.wll; find grapes do not grow onthorns'norfiga 30 < Irish Potatoes, ,I';, communicate to their correspondents and elegant paper for the parlor,and for the lover

gleans the sheeted 'wave, sprinkled ; 20 flhds New England Rum., customers. of polite literature, as contributions will be
r very on thistles. The number of supplied to casual
P 4000 lbs Bacon, > papers secured from some of the most popular American
''I with changeful stars, as the ever-rising Many.w\ o profess to bq temperate will 4000 do best Soap enquirers, in addition to the regular subscribers authors.

i breeze breaks it in ripples. Now the pennon be intempoato in' their dress with theirpipestlreilrsnui 10 quintals Cod Fish, on Sundays, is very greit, and' is constantly The work will be printed as welland contain -
increasing which is another proof of
20 Goshen Butter ; as much reading'matter
J kegs as any similar
around the rises
that bung loose mast, boxes, and at tea parties.. 40 bags best Coffee, popular approbation, and a sigi of the attrac- quarto paper now published in the United

and fitfuly!: floats.' We spread, the. sail, LikewiSe.rany, will take too many kinds Mess & Prime PorkMolassesSugarRice, tive character of its general aid' miscellaneous States; and it can safely and truly be called

arid, casting off from the shore, glide out : Mackerel White Beans, Rum, Brandy, Holland contents. > the cheapest. journal of the kind.
of food at ole time. ,! Under these favorable circ stances the
and ,American Gin, Irish ,Whiskey, I TFRMS-Three dollars per annum, as the
f with cheerful hearts' on our voyage. : Before '":Many wads Vill be spoken, inconsiderately -1 Wines. Portet. Lemon Syrup, &c. &c. : Slq'UlayMornlng News will pr geed i with redoubled paper is firmly'established be paid in ad.
us widens th&'lake'rock; after rock both -ALSO- _confidence .and energy, in_laboring vance. Two dollars for six months. to U
t bjck either hand and opening by 'sexes. A l large assortment of Dry Goods-Boots to gratify the curiosity and taste of the pub paid in advance. -I n
receding on And;whit is worse'' than all, many will &. Shoes, Crocke..y, Glass, Stone, Hard and lic, in all the ,various items bf intelligence Boston, 1834. ITO

,( between, still bays,hung round With spark- neglect to (pay the printer's bill. Hollow wares, &c. &c. 'which form the staple of a weekly journal ,

i ling woods, or leading through green meadow I ,Cotton Bagging, Twine Rope, &c. The man of business will be sure to find THE PUBLIC.,
,All of which will be sold'at the lowest cash therein the most recent and correct information
'J hills., BEAUTY WoMAN.-Is there beauty t SUBSCRIBER having
Vistas to sunny F not a prices. M. K. PINCKSTON. upon the state of the forEign and domestic TIlE purchased

; "It is now Noon. In themiddle lake and a cb rra in that venerable and ven- Jacksonville, Nov. 19, 1835. 39tf markets, the current of business, the arri I Editor and Southern Agriculturalist from its late
Mr. John D.
the Wk over light-glancing: waves. eratd womth who sits in the of val of vessels and every tiing connected Legate,
i speeds "majesty with' mercantile ''affairs: thol' politician will solicits the support of the friends of Agricul
Dark opens,down the clear depth.. White age" beside [he fireside of her sou ; she who DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, fce. meet with faithful abstract of,the. move- ture, and of the interests connected with i it,

of foam and the sail him him in Subscriber respectfully informs'the ments of parties,with legislatve proceedingshere throughout the, Southern States. He has
toss the ,crest, ,- as nursed his infancy, tended THE returned from I this work for
he has Mr.
that' just with details !of the, published Legare from its
together < political
6 J' <,. stoops to the, steady wind, swin't flies the his youth, c< tnsellcd him i in manhood, and New York, with an entire new and full as- operations on the continent jof Europe, and commencement, in the 'year 1828 and lie ii

"T parted water round the prow, and rushing who now d ells the tutelary goddess.of sortment of Dry1 Goods, Hardware and Cut- every other quarter of the glppe : the lover of thus practically acquainted with die mode inWhlCh
Shoes and Hats, Groceries and Provisions it should be conducted., Its
behind 1 the stern.. The distant shores his householl ? What' a host of blessed lery, varied and diversified reading will find the publica
pours ) Drugs and Medicines, Crockery and means of gratifying his as tion will be continued on the same terms and
appeite copiously
j glow bright;in the sun, that alone in thet memories are linked with that mother even Glass Ware. ,And hopes by his attention, to supplied as possible;'while ''the admirers of in the same manner as heretofore with such
\ in merit a share of, their patronage, and assures literature will be discover improvements as his experience may suggest.
heaven looks unveiled! with vivifying goodness her "reverence and,chair-days!I" What amultitude sure to something
; them, that his Goods will be'sold at a reason- to suit their' tastes in the choicest As the subscriber is solicitous to make ttii
'|j' ,over;the'earth. How:bright and broad sanctifying associations' sur- able price for Cash., or in barter for country- from native and foreign, periodicals extracts and'in Journal the vehicle for dissemminating useful
10 swells the sky!' The :agitated lake tosses round'her and make. her lovely, even on produce. H. ,H. PHILIPS the contributions of popular, and approved>>; information, not only with regard to established

: 'I like a, wide, field ,of;'snowy btosso .- the verge of tho grave? Is there not a beauty Skins N. B., -Tallow CASH, Beeswax paid for Cotton, Moss,,&Hides.c., ,Deer. be writers.that of The scrupulous tone preserved throughout that, will systems,efforts in of(Agriculture husbandry, but and also Horticulture experimental
morality, so the
Sweep, after sweep 'of the long-retiring and a charm in that matronly woman whois Jacksonville, Nov. 20. 40tfBUQAnMir.il most:fastidious shall have' nothing,to objectto he invites'free and unrestricted communication

shores hill hill the her child In her ? this score-and .. from'all persons occupied in these
\ \ -:- gleaming over up to looking fondly on lap, on the wish of the proprietor
shadowy mountains-and over these,Alpine Is tnere not a holy 'inuuence around 'herj; FOR SALE. as it has been and will continue,to be his I pursuits. Let no one imagine that solitary I
GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in 'the duty as well, a* his desire, shall be to unitein or isolated experiments are too trivial to'
i J needles, shooting pearly white Into and does not the observer pronounce her A 'sale of' a ,New Sugar Mill,,from' West its columns in well arranged and digested be communicated. All systematic know!

1 : the boundless! azure-all lie still and hippyunder lovely?, What though the line.and lireament Point Foundry j' diameter, of Centre Roller, order,,all that is sound and elegant in litera edge is but the aggregate of humble particulars
'of fled. Time has two feet two and a half Inches,and two outer ture, amusing in art instructive in the sciences ; and Science, in every department, is
the smiling youth are givenfar
ever sun .
brought to the instrumentality
for not
ones, one foot ten and one-fourth inches- and, ne scary correct appreciationof perfection, through
. I Qd"now'' Ii 'is Evening. The sin isand more than he has taken, away.-: And is with Iron cogs, points, '&c, as also a set ot passing ev nts. of a single exrraordinary mind,but

sinking:behind the dark mountains there not a beauty and a charm in that fair Kettles froia the noted Foundry Scotland, The populo? ity now enjoyed by this journal !by the contribution of particulars by many -
individuals the of
generally after lapse
I known lame of the Carran ,
in tho float ft i in who is before that by Foundry, war- will be the b< st guarantee for a careful adhe-
clouds far
scattered east s > girl kneeling matron- ranted and proof,'a. malleable Iron The ca- to the' which it many years, he is desirous, therefore, to hare
rosy light., The sun is now bidden/ and her own womanly sympathies just openinginto pacity o f tie grand Kettle is three hundred and rence the'patrohage i leans hitherto by extended was acquired towards; as many facts to record as can be furnished;

strong, and wide sweeps up its gplden active{ life ai she folds the playful infant gallons; aid proportioned, or graduated to it, the most flattering;''encouragement' to a his and. from the planter.who is account systematic hi in"
sixty gallons, being four to the set; all of experimental labors, an ,
\ flame;like the holy'blazo 'of a funeral pile. to her bosom? All are beaupful-the: which will: Coolers, Vats, and 'a' Cistern to perseverance New York in the same 16. course.. failures as well a his successful efforts, will

The breeze, slackens-the waves subside opening blossom! ilh matur& .flower, and contain thirty hogsheads, of SyrUp, will be August be acceptable. If the last are worthy of being

1<< in slumber and slowly the bark stcjrs; in- the ripened fruit,; and the callous heart, and twenty-fivf disposed of,per if applied cent below for shortly cost. brat least GREAT) NATIONAL WORK. should recorded be that noted they in may order: be to imitated be shunned., the first

't to'its 1 sheltering bay; ,L/>ng shadows Stretch the sensual mind, that gropes loveliness A line !directed to ,E. B. COX, on Sidon: AMERICAN, MAGAZINE 'The subscriber hopes that this appeal to his

I from hill to valley-fall like dark cirtains as a stimulant for passion, only shows that Plantation, McIntosh County, Georgia, (as Of useful. and Entertaining Knowledge;to be il fellow vain. citizens It would of be the reproach South 'will not Plantersto be in

on the lake-and a solemn, subdtcd 'serenity | it has np correct. sense of beauty." I Manager,)will be attended to. lustrated by numerous Engravings., 'meet the fate of the a Southern to Review.our Of
1 the last it be said that it suffered -
broods, like,a protecting epic, over may justly was
,WATS'AITD MKAHS.\ -:-Two Irishmen who I THE success which has attended"the pub to fall,when it was not only rearing for
the hushed and quiet earth. Only the far $100 REWARD. of the best Magazines from the us a well merited fame as I literary: people,
summits yet'retain their brightness. Faint were: traveling together got put:of money, ESCAPED the Jail Monroe Coun- English Press,has led to preparations for is but it was also vindicating the Southern habits

I blushes' stain i the eternal scows and being |In want of a drink of whiskey, I of Florida, a pris- suing; perio9-icalmore particularly adaptedto from the unjust aspersions which havebeen
recallingthe devised thj following) ways and means :- oner by toe} name of-JAMES S. SIMOJfDS, the wants and taste of the American pub so liberally bestowed upon'us out of our
first ;dawning roses, ,like ,the, memory to my,custody on three lic. While it will be'' the object of: the' pro section of country. The Southern Agri
of early joys in the tranquil moments oft Patrick jcatching a frog out of a brook, Indictment found by the grand jury of said prietors to make the work. strictly what its culturalist" in some' measure supplies the

i went forward and the first tavern he cameto County, at the several charges of murder, title indicates, it will, nevertheless,'containall place of the Southern Review, so far as regards
departing age. These; too, fade, ,but ,the and larceny and made his escape articles of interest,,toils If
asked he landlord what craturt that piracy, by patrons j which the.circumstances last, alluded to. .
evening star looks.bright !from the.blue !infinite ( means offline keys on the night of the 14th appear foreign Magazines: serves as :a Register not only of methods of
and, like the herald of a better world!, was. "ljvfa frog," replied the,landlord. inst. lIe ii a native of New Hartford,(Con.) Exteneive'preparations have been enteredi Husbandry, but also of facts relating to our
I ,, "No sir,"'said ,Pat, it is mouse.." "It a mariner,end 'has been for several years in i into, both with Artists and 'Authors to fur system of Slavery. The'subjects of the decl'phne
leads us softly to our haven. command _if trading and wrecking vessels, nish from all of the Union, drawingsand the treatment, the characters of our
,is a frog,}rejoined the landlord. It is amonse"laid and time commanded the Schr. Illustrations of and
S ; at one Lydiaof every subject of interest Slaves) are fairly suited to its ,
'1.fz-= Ij' waits for no man-it travels ,i Pat," and I will leave it to Philadelphia. lie is about thirty years'of which the publishers confidently believe will constitute topics as interesting and pages importantas "
five feet five or six inches high has a, enable them to issue a work honorable attention
the first taveller: that comes along,for a pint age, to its any which cau engage either our' own ,
onward with an even; uninterrupted, inexorable down cast gyilty look,dark sallow complexion title and acceptable to the American People. or the attention of those ab, oad,Who
step>>, without accommodating itselfto of whiskey. Agreed"said landlord. but from close confinement for several The Amencan Magazine is published feel legitimate interest, in our concerns..
Murphy on arrived, and to him was the months had become somewhat pale,has a remarkabl' monthly-each humber containing between The subscriber begs leave, in conclusion,
the mortals. The restless
delays of appeal made. After much examination scar on his head and some scan forty and fifty imperial octavo_pages, at Two to remark, that if h. bad not ,ind.rtakes'to
hours ptuvua th, Jr coureomotneuts"press .- about hU .faoe* II* U well known in ,New DOt.L41tS per annum, payable m advance. continue In* publication of this Periodi, it,
'after '"momenta ""day ,treads upon day- and deliberation, it was decided to'be a York where his wife's connexions reside*. It 'comprises-Portraits and Biographical most probably, would have been either removed .
mouse'and the landlord I in spite of the I will give the above reward if he Is secur- Sketches of distinguished Americans ; \Viewsof from our city, or been suspended.
,year rolls upon year.--Does man loiter?- evidence of his the ed in any Jail in the United States, or the Public Buildings, Monuments, and improvements' Whether will be in his power to continue it,
procrasfmate-Is he listless or indolent?- .\ senses, paid. bet. same regard with .reasonable expenses- if Landscape scenery-the bound- will depend not only on the Pecuniary but
Behold 1 the months and delivere to me at Key West less variety;! and beauty of which, in this the Literary Contributions of Southern rim.
days, years unmindful TBB W IT TEST DO THINGS IN ILLINOIS. THOMAS EASTIN U. S. Marshal country, will form an unceasing source of Instruction ten. He confidently now leaves this matter

t l of;, his!: delay, are: never sluggish, We are i ii debted to the Rev. 'Dr. Ely of Key eat, July 25, 1835. gratification; Engravings and in their hands feeling a full assurance that

t but march forward in silent and solemn Fbiladelp ila for: the following humorous description of the character, habits, &c. of there is wanting on the part of our Planters,
FAC RAGE ,& COMMISSION. Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects, together neithr the liberality nor mental energies necessary
procession.Our anecdote- true or false. The doctor u BUSINESS. with every(subject connected with the Geography to sustain the Southern: Agriculturist

labors and toils,*our ideas and feel- made to e y, that a brother in the ministrytravef'ug THE Subscribers intend establishing on II tory, Natural and Artificial re. '. A. E. MILLER, Publisher.
ings be suspended by ..Jarkness 1 first November, a branch of thuir.: sources of tie country,illustrated in a familiar Charleston S. C, Dec. 1,1834.
''\ .' may it'.Illinois informed'him that onputting House I IB Charleston, S. C, for the transac and i popular Persona -'.._:......_ _f \wuo.n.. can tip ly
manner.tosto uv9i vu u sir>">v<*4 '*Mg i
:. silence and death may reign arounj us,but : U] for the night the good lady of tion of Fictorage and Commiuion Business, : Bewick Company. to W.;T. WILLIAMS, Savannah;or at Uusoffice.

time rests not, slumbers' not, but presses the house baked her bread in a 'common under the firm of W. KIHO & Co. to be con No. 47, IJourt Street. : o

along and knows no |( ducted b} their partner W. King, and wouldrespectfulr CT EdiUw of Newspapers throughout the
stoppages Ve may baking pat then boild her coffee in the
} ; offer their services in both the United States who will publish the CABINET FURNITURE WAKEHOUSE. -
i dam up mighty jiYers-stop hem1 In their same vessel l; stewed some pork in the cities of dharlestcn and Savannah, to their Prospectus; and notice the contents foregoiug of the .

journeying to. the ocean-press them back same ; then dipped out some of the fat witha friends aid, the public. R & W. KING. Magazine nom time to thne,shall be entitled JAMES n. COOKE, 'No, 100, Broadway,

to their.'.JWttoMjut thin ,wrest ci| time,Is tea cup( en the Inner tide of which-she Savanx&h, Oct. 5, 1835. 2w39 to Any the tint person volume.remitting the Agent br mailpoet York, offers for sale every kind and-
quality of SofuSideboud.SeCretaneaBook
I, a beyond th
Omnipotence.=::The clock, may {ease to they might see to eat supper; and then the BLAlKSofall description.short notice Printed at copies fcr one year-and continued as long Chairs of every quality-High post and

strike, the bell tq toll,.the sun may cease tO .traveller's lone ate his mess. of oats out. of Q7Aki::: Job Work In a handsome style, as A the liberal aoney price U regularly will be paid forwarded.fot appropriate French and Bedsteads Moss Ma.ttru8u-Feather of Mahogany and Maplehair Beds-

shine,\tbe moon stand still, but lie busy the same omnibus of cookery! We have and on reisoaable terms. and well written articles, or drawings, illus Looking Glasses-Carpet*-and a full S

hours pass on,'the months. andyeara.. .must heard of rtcker* being affixed to bread V Justice Blank*-Deeds-Bills of La- trative'of; national subjects, possessing intere.L sorlment of every thing necessary to fnrniah
fozcmJomanL" ding-:MinifeiU, &c. constantly. for salt at Subscriptions received at this office a house. ",' .
move,. .. I, trays and alternately used for .kneading of this office Deo.25,1834& 1 April 7, 3wl5
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