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The East Florida advocate
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Title: The East Florida advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Physical Description: v. : ; 51-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: A. Jones, Jr. & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1840
Publication Date: 1839-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 7, 1839)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1840.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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.v I t.l e b 10 C a tt f {ect Co,,i,,Rtlee, last Monday ; -y, othercause, with others,, t!he <(oninion was'arni,- (isu- t of the other. Sir, schilI has lbee,,, te Ieficeht bbunty e the Ulited iats.
SPUB ICArION.--The Advo a. will iules h."ve allow~'ne ut little ti|it e for, fe, to West Florida, as far e,,estward as tlIelss fie case.By t h Trey o Mr.ofliya,.levetl o to'h
publiShed "every Teesdayv eveiino" atts ^ "'*"lll ( eratoll rlaveconseqe(lelitly, Ibut llhe1l3 annet. Ietr.do Geltlem-n tequir'- Mouli'e, of 182, 0Il the Indials residing careof tie Federal GovrIlit. Gieu
l %tI Jl IifC.) a |ll | iits , ) OimanLet ',,(I Q Gerl' l lim r*li -i -II th edal rsd r C
Jackson villie, E; F. +. .> a y 17 ipec pr para ion. M" y re k ? Let 1 l.l"ine' the ie i West Florda, west of the Suwamnee omtown %erritVrial Ooverneit, whi-_h
S, BuescRip',',N.--Five'l.D6llars "'pe.r annum ewll "essarily, therefore be desultory, Eastad West Florida ; two'disdiiect (ie- riyer,' (tWo ,. three inconsiderable!-'ee-a will consult our uWil interests--and bil a +
Sayable. i aLL ...cases in i advance. No sub- "dl, less- perspi-uously. a'raknged thaln I posita'ries. of theniOtnents Of..itfe to tioing oxce.ted,) we'e remov.. to East few rapidyea's will tmve rolled their oj-:
Be'ription wn,b received for les tilhai" x wollid. wish. Al lb s a Ii ,. .: The oe e office at St. Augusnew,for Florida; Wit-h distnet TerritorialU Ge- wa'd couse, b,,r Easi Florida now a
S. ontlms,,nor dicontinued unlit all arretra.r. I asse t, Mt.Clairmatl, tlhatPEIas 1 !oida tile Province o0" East Flokida,..e other at ernineni !t can hardly ie imaIgiled, this wilderness, shall-blossoe as ihe rojge."-.,
r e tre paild. i n 11 ". 0 as a right to divide froli WVest-, l'rldan Pensacola, fr i.the Proviee ofVtstloi- wothld have occurred. Yet it' liberated Roads ahd Catalswill intersett he. i -
S_ .l16"15i1^"7-Unv.^ f1.per qarp for andI to bhe fbrie(d into I separate' Gover-- d I diy, gentlemen to show mi n iany West Florida of her Savage horde, aird'fit. every direction; her streams ,ill be deal;-
._ .- o, a nd y t toe e.,t Si'let" it be borne il rith fis e in Fit D t 1 Si le. it. be bre ir, th-t, evidence in the office at- St. 'Auwustinie, of' ned her for the acquirement Af 'popatirn"' I lt o, ande a at "v rh .
i -t it o.. I 1' 1f. ", b y' pb the Treaty of 1819, between Spain mid a'g-ant of land made by the Gover'n-r of aid therewith wealth, improvenments and Ibi'esis will ie-tilled atthe husbandmas
Aduvertsements not specific "d as -to time, 9 et 'r].
S 1,i .1 brheijilitedl tes, the tert "Ter, ilor ie 00- EastJFlorida, for lands lyiiig west of. Su- com;iforts. It gave her a* preponderance .oemald l'I house, vilages ando
j~ t.uzp u~slea unu ioulu-sn cnaie duse' ti "n es -etie at'Il 't \+" , + I- iii, th loca egi ; ... ""
accordingIly.. g cu t i ,es. t~iwri East and West wannee; while in the archives at pesa-in the local legislation of the Teylo"y; towns wilt spring up every where, tor
rr'P. All announeeniena't'of candid,t^ s ^ ~ n Florida; o^nce--the teru, Provinces' twice, cola, grants to ,lands lying between Appa- and has'generally enabled her to furnishh :." whta'v the harvest j. great, the readers
"Xe chargd ve Dollrs. aableinadvane. a( A ten five, ties. Her Iv waee are found o file, the Delegate to Congress; with a area of i a t e d, the eye.
tp an re s.. ..aivs -'purl an Were re ete l ..... Thr e ,. -
V .Cormmunications or '-dvertiseetits are.sxteeapeatve.lln-tiep a, and were. repe a as a I 8. eatedly wt. thr bwas t llf the Territory of E.ast tionda, will be gmeted with the busy u.... ot hu-
--' _7per++onalnature, when a 8l,,asibLe, will be atl'always intended (as in laet they do,) to Span ish fortreMs wiltfil what are now the her plefrelation is perhaps, four times as "a! industry,.trom.thebegintiug, tu the-
? 'chtrg+ed asadvertisereets. excess thie idea ofa surrendtlr by Spain, boundaries of Leon County, called i.Fort numerous. [But, sir, it fixed that savage .end olthUe land. Tllen, sir, we wied(as
Yearly. Advertisers, of matter appertan. .-and ot. .aequisilion by the Unirted States, of "'St. Marks" 1. was under the government horde 6n East Florida ; it litnited her ten-, we may, with pde,)atl, to take oursl.-
'trctlyto the brtisness of the parties, iloe ihut one Province: The secondd ar- and direction of the Spanish Govetrnor of antabl all boundary, .31.11gthe ve Slateso
+ be charged as follows: : tile ullte Treays in tie word follow- West Florida; Gen. Jackson- campaign and joined her to the Savage. She was, Gon~ederacy. ., ,
Over .f) tines' arid under 100, $50 perannum ,g. iii againstthe Serioles,nn 1818, Was-entirely thereby, unfitte, to invite emigrants, aud<, Sirwe are tol it the Report of the
.-'',-. .T,. 18'' 1 ,' ,. ,, ,, .His ,athtohc M.-6jestvcedes to the Un1 within te .ovince of West Florida,; yet few haIve cone to her, sl,.fjas ever since el~ct Commi~ee, now uidercinsidera-
voe t ,I'.s i. 111 c s, ....d teu n e r h30ertansover ,he went eastwardly as far as Stiwallnee struggled Witriierevn desti`y, without the toe, thai.the pleoplei,1'lorda have thrice
Tho-. '.'1, i tilpi .411' all4 trritorie4 which lelone to him, sit Alver. I" w hich trovueo then, sir, wtsh yastering legislative aid whi6h would have ,Oltemntly decided, this questwow, and also
a [1- B t ue e l ,l lrequire ,ltelI lll 1 l- r i J i f j k i- y w rl
-ne- --e--. ya ,,., ,,advrts ,w,;i, uatetd(o luhe eastwal of the Mississippi. tie jutlisdiction of* the country between ttralnaturally flown from legislative represt thattisbelieved~thlivoteuponthequfs-
e ,,ontined on the li^, unless notice r known ty the name of East and West F'o- those two rivers vested ? DO Guntlemnen erion ,ore identified with her interests.- tie| ofStale Gove'mitt iiad been tnkfu

]ir.co.iitinuance be givenat leakt' one month -'ida. he ata~ljaacitith, islandA dependentt on stiu doubt, let them exam.Hi tle files i Her representation, i this Hall. constitutes before tlhelbreaking, ut of ielar, it wou0d
thea idhre, l ,, the greit case of Forba+ &r & Co. vs. thet a small iorit, fuentl called upon 10 have been neirly anil Jn its favOr-
term+ / vacatnt lands, ,ublijcedifiees fortiations, united states, which was tried in the'Leon calmly look.pn, and see their dearest itei.- tiar upon devote by I.ie People, lo" ,Slte
< fiilLs fo, adv.rtising for resident met ba!raekr, and other 'buildings, which are .County Superior Cout, aud t~i~y will find ~sts neglected, rejSctor, orCsacrificed; H*" pr no Stae, m the yearrMi37, a nur .y
. *c..aa vis will be presentedon the pst of A.jr nut private pro',erty_ archives, and docii- bundaut evidence to establish liy position. Vondililo, as a part'ofthis Territory, is one was found i, tavor oyStato Gover tu,
^ .nd thll" Vt"of October:--oUers "Will be r0 j'iints wlich relate lieetlyto the prollerty .:1'ie record of tat CHWeis i itis town, of hopelessness and dislai' with interests the number of 1382; again, that the tyi-
and'tired to pay tnadanei .soereinlyof Said (Vroviuces','are i,- ald I ir vitie fiem ,o ite nexa1inaion, .as di9tict fhol'those of West Florida, as Jorit y by whish the Slate Co,,sttution i,
-' ill be Ientitled toI p free 0e enar e-al + ", 1. Sa of p toll of" nation. us two or thore of Wes "-.
,i e dthat k inum e advanbe. paid 10v'riilt oft said on!1 ,h II to ii ,: 11lt 3
S tat n w"l ,epthe conmissarie-, or iffic.r ,,f t,,e Uti -,*ii "t ded Te'rrtories, whiih his perative _:jorjtyiot within hterown her- Tictoriestwould place the advocates otf
I. Ae amtnt collected. .... .d ttesl 'id ou t(thohc Mdajesly-cedtis.to the United ders, butaresidents of West Florida, she is state Go'iru'ent, ju ahar s utud.v.
+/ *. ^1i'eAloinm- mcatie r sa"P nlcr nd addfrepubsed thj. ." Sdls, by. th, Tr',eaty, slhali bo: inorlpo- required, a'nd it is attemplted tO force her Butt sir, was" the ConsLitution raided Iy

......... "4 + t into tli retinue of this young aspirant of t(t vote of the Feopre there aret.,hoae0
w tl l y editor r and" Prdpretor. ctpanpn of a few years duration, Which "as .oon nsznay be consistent with the the West, at her grand triumphal etry I lia feW in.alti r, who deny teara*ater-
t numberAGNwiS. b paihed: 10Staist- nl ete`lIt.SWtiup,ito "rlcllf'-f the Fcedlerdi Conries utiot; intothe Uiion of theUniled Stales. Wi tile* Tlle returns o'the vutes takenl viv
'W lls!I~iGTON S {'LV M. fvS Esq., Mfanda.rin, the coiniry i~eln w thL 3JstI,.gtiee o< Northl "a~ ald yiittt" to th^liJoymt;lif of all ,the a ruthless'dii+an, war', raging within, her vote, to prevent mistakes, or mld-pracltice
] .g. L iti,,lt.-, ttid atove tt-lo eil,'ered l,,is of' ')"'rivileges, riglis anld i nilu ties, of" Ohe ford+rs, her scatteredl aCod s|.rc'e p lin a- have not Qbee | blished, inloroeation ui
&heB(iNGTo.,P.M. aWOtpntvil lE" T. Loui?:a" ttis o bu tt;,j,d iii i is second 01 !zn" ulLheJunted tate." N; ,w, si'' lon" bleeling at every pore; death, at mid- this subject, IRdS beenought to be pro-
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U., I oI IWI6. its ttcrrtt ils' satoe of'o I~~ I OfiI-i1o lItIA'iuu




rh l.~rpae nw itog y^ M :d imle w separaeru dr thleu arely they d ete of nnecte f+ orid ieas, andaer our Terore a esr tip ue thalr r pk.vaus. ,"' "
S ere erya-, ;td (I thry wr 11 e ctSatys, ere oul the riL, haee r ,e0 a p sqnal red pal t [" irave ofenur 'i .utsuedy dbntyl^ ..b. Lrii oehsMrsp-





,..1,.y. ,..1 that ,,,f,,,a-ive ,w. B.. --d. 183,, by ov be a largel y co tleuori arrangin hirerot yo
p~q~g ]l;ll S Ole "tate wh~i-tey ere wo han -7,00 s~uh'e 'ils. Ve o~th lh't, 3onY.t 6th art' les of io,,.helie.i t,
dl-" lcd 1i1))t-& Li- %V11 ;I .'v v, the .. Lif .T rio ` the Unte Staes he.a.'b0- lee
aftolmtlon- why0e 11t1 I 1 0 le : ." -
-+ " ...4-I ..... ro ..,r oi---'th e atne"ubr ecs ;-- hLrit 1 n l-tapoi orte ,or a y "aettd wih al iie/ii hsal om ni sloll eyedortee and u seto l~t ceoltw uleh e .he ots -tW
I tl1.! rk~lILdU i~ theyU ere "~al iju iiec t til U11 .. ..i str (I ali th pr e s il i
4tt lrlOs O ola~ tl I-, Ii t ""cuno ~ rt)1 i( ite to al h Pi g IgN n -ra 'n at o e to tie incla fi l- d lal ua LO It IIo)oiet .t
413 1 P S ;. site is__ ill. a higtih Uslanteo odfo*r aglilt-vreg tae ; ul| fth ut wetereudnt)e:yuin eiaue_ o. -'.sek o na. Y .... .





"awl l11rlll.A OIi-t diate 01i utte Zif~th ciz n if lii .. r t a OIii1eil .:il|ent; O
,, ,, and th .Aui*V, iocan Pie le ill! tith onol tauil- her (;ih bitiuew-Dare app re tl et|I ; -
n.ut, of latmPo)l lOlth eer or~ i il I iNow it.ll 'rmanI alld O.t n W et J'l'deas iut*iljt tueris 1.e Ier toes is nd \ ve~f'ta att0 noet1.asnre l ain. lL4,adtdl'e ihl i... l)~ai
Ive ha, d iat. burtioue 11-11 able prlrd alall"r"
:+irotle"i' ~~ii+teKe ie- ,nna: i% 'i~ ividd toritied olthat -woil: tbthe adte tini't b lgetd %iuii tho bar iuixta-- .ti.c'iecuttoso +m, ua,






Ilem~l~h'ol-D`d' if they1 aru~n oe"ie. (lr r lp~c ,ttru 'd g rued ?qtht3 anitd int talties3 o fL dsi e ti thn Wfot" the ,ullort li Sael s iuenslle 9"g~ la io of9 ; t, sr nueu a- t..
ep vprliate IS 0~ ot, S tj,P ugli t, y 'I- MI: ,.a,,a tW ,etea of' ntsfPo ines. jid Sates." It assedifficulatefeligand offil~is unab l ae andfil n iloul d lot eitaYou nyLol u
..,tn ,hhlbth lotiritalad'tken htteAqaahch' n o h ie hte n er si Ti-mtaY tbihe 'toi- cotaei so eas tne fourth erritoiqi,.ll'eaile. T ,oqe. .mc, tm Iavis.
';Ij a,,re fi'eryeu~ or fir-oo tust, Flo- 0 uii h: eeSuwan f alle) wasthe bu,d~ Br etwe 1e-incte- 'to be iiadinthte Cos 'lal",eadide~td b ofl hoer Ifet ;h'iuaijbt lt1ot~~il ,.jro lmqt~ip
S"+,.ivrdwl aucingentem ot", o P rovinc s ot as and- Lwest Florida". I ie that sepaates.teeoud. +bthe a. thaeo,date of WersotFloridan plitaid ha vbell ei~te f i-or "thuati tyg ofdn.+|tf IIeibflofil






,e-4t: -d_ .. ,'., c, ,,,,oll,.t,., ,,v ,,nifttrM y airnate a e u n.8 2 alg e v l c nrit d a 1.l rs1. t i q io u .!Yrid'a~a rd i i~g i .co tt


r-i lm's l lu i 1 Lt nlaKe olle Coll Vert, utt lulin .4 ...1 ,, i, V.. .... Me* .. ...
SM nb oftl u. he My-. U, hnir1an, 1 "had not expect- p assed dlaw entitled ."An. ct1 tr 1the- devotlv hole, ,ir, though we divide, per-A n oAeside or 11i o efl, C.ce i wv. h St0--
ed interruption, seeing tile .Geentleman lron abl'hhment of' a lenitorialGovernaiien:iut so0nal ini'endslsip, will lit oil Ihat accoutlt, ever, ot that nty." ll +l,,
l' tireatIIij p risyhere, .,ure emph'aiiealle Dade t;ud ot..rs, wo riay wish it, will Forida'-constitug by that Actor suffer; should tie politicaitie be Uuloosed, pesu eea ieldaur edana.
.t ca re) as a *re ro e eomphtclul ep after Territorial, Go verulte,,| ipurp roses, East md i will not be.walhout a pag; yef; y ir,,OUe Lters ofthe etie vouuty, a.d ,'r w aa no.
Ih~cse~8Jrr~c .ei il lpa filiho- an tteoj-c eWs l t h Government ofl-*h'aditrso atFohaetn h~ oua ni < i, huh h
v rilgh s u ld iulLereats, as W ot ld 'b e :tc p ock ed -1 11 Ah l a e f a a e n | t e o j ~ t b e~ l rd a i nt h ,w r mn. 'P~ rig h ts and in ter t-vts o f ,tst1 o iia e t d ,ue ntwh e i m .ina$ l du ,i ,US n "ti l o n -h e wth
,rY M a,--u-r'u,, aesbarrds Me e,,' ptked i k.ida; and here' sir, the diflieuhly bega--- ,i t andit ia greatly irferable tor usnoo, was, pledge...ieh ew paper^
Mr. Ch c i rmt as 'jhite "eaiis fi'! not effect tile end. It S, ir It is obvious..C s ad uo ve r hen a. ir ..... r e c qe e ....
ld, M r. .Chair mna n I, .. w a+ a t h e,, .......h..w. .. w as t divditi line other than an econ om icalladm in m trati, ep under t n ge to the Ou nted tlates, rather go for di4,h y e( 'e me ..b r u g lhat
4" ilh a deep 'P -which ....e. -, v n W. alest Fiorida> theFiuridasi in the passage of that, aw. than to Westi Florida. The liberality of was a .n te l the Jose^ Cunveu-
.,- ,utd i'thv rble i.v. we i, ;e -at., my ,m.,of th ,"e trea Th. lihe bet- None other cair be fa'ly drawn IrolO it. the Federal Govermentto her depen- tlen, a u r. baving lrd :.ly tbmg ste-
at luants ha ,,d _n .,h^ _.. .A_ was probably at It can never be supposed, they 'thereby cies is known. The liberality ot West c'ficfrom hm iat ti`6. {p e 0 1lh ert.it
eaiono. T im Peu hW of. E a" l oI L _udt It- ,,eIre
41, 1011e* .. ta the L, Aopa iion s .li r iver; th-O intended to divest- the F-toridas. or dteir Florida, when a State, to hiers-would be p ..... tp [," rlu.ai^g^on t
i..'" v.nr g ..-- lat n, n i lart.tI her Pui tdo 4)61-. ibetw en tha ! t e 't Suwannee', citizens of Ihe rights secued,.to. them by 'obred. Her capability to be liLeral, is otlat ,easure{ a8 lr i ._a.ve, f a -on, ,..tr.uary to, the Guif'u ifMxick), treaty of session, ijoth the ProviKeS, at denied. She woulh rather seek from us, ;y wa take.th:lk,os t- beni oVr-
ara myl poor unlnlles wni allow;
..F.lloor,.fara Yt. -..." n the lhe contaPdretl only a very-e 'onstdero afoatribuion, to aid in the support Mf dente lean adduce o[,tie, paopulathon, e, to
re eo--the Spanish able population. It ias. not foreseen that, er State Gov meant. 'Ste would exact be fo i r
t9.P.-ret, air, being forced into this'i nvernor of Eat Florida It was. config- by "uitng them for purposes o Territo"iul tixes, a a right, from tip, ti, Peooe Molly f eIet l,...
." .g f he ti a n "g.... ...;turado^nso to government, greartbetteait ng; t be worked unable t uebear taxaien x be' viorked unabl l.. t. am erot otlo/eulei
t v o i p w precipita tly, tt e hit' [i11f %V e, r l.r -a- /for- w, ich. far the onie P rovince to the -great detri- ,a ,, w ho n su bo l now only 'tfiro h. of w h h 9 p3 w t ^ ,^ w htuh 6d6lsd t
h ,e ltort of ti 'u e n"r o[ U .- ) /* v .. .. 0 only ,, ,0,-
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N uM'BER 30++
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JAC'CSONVILLE, EAST FIORIDA,t.PRIL 21,1840.


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a I can't .never accomp:lished any thing,-but I'lt fTHY has achieved wonders.;'-Old Proverb.


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tob oo l'eote Ur twoy.ars lreviusly, in East uiol whomsoever it h:.-vitably e-- There is evi(enice (hat lit e t i ul s hlave icientiic H d of thi -Medic Depa't^
,u 01 i erri lld, y t. rotj.ahtl sl-liowsi adoie abi n lOf rk. + "... ..
f)o~ U'lo ItW-l^^ ^ ^l~irr ehMa~iuo *^lus cfuosd t(he Suawmmeel;.' hute utmmih ry u ~o
abou eo~l~e,. 1 u,, o ^ ^u ^e^, .p.murauntin ,v lAs )s not a matter tofo m rer con- hai crossed itra ,r s ,h, tor tlove h ve e ii clnuted f e .he eofery p ci'Se
-oti~ st., m'da...+ e,:m ,:a,,j.tId tihta mt 4 ii-(Ifre tlld's it of ,1.67,w 'sft" I-tleru Eas. ;L r'l .'-h-
.isderato. ThLArou9Ihout the-etimtre couui- baggage train wihich t .>hoy bi sed was '.a'. H wuldntha beJpersuaded
Vail IfX,, "aei tiu ero o t-e wII of trw _-- &t mike a 1idiig IVY Yolk will fiid intelligent etei, a ioii.l takenat m place sticmmtl-tlwais of'0iewussomi h yi
Major % ^sul ove and-'e.;inp night adu,.-- all political'clas who, iif thIey agree .iw op the 2i3d, and it was only Ihu ntigalhit 'simpliy :beacewul) a thew afhMe jnoid iavor- i
rl. prir they aedceme~,.idl~ e sil Nugruat.wt-le notiting'else, are umttt-d ill the-convicti before (hat ajor T.t-r's ho e ws : re ,aed by their owuj hagn- .
61,, Wlr eprol oqi 10111.1,, .,but- SU s u oe acauditg, an ,ia,, old uh ew'1,Spaper at that ilr ,epect toi the co, ,tuiation of lndi- attack tar, Monticello ad b tri to te i tis and ii
Z S.IU Mdhite ten-or i n,.i tuo.ns, hei:is itlere- is sointhing .la. u t-, 'o u tu, tthe i i mskino their escape .--I ieat--.,etIer w il ie fare sU| OsSI
.fbolisf ^ theat tle Which, >iviics .b e tates t lal 6if" the idiaL we&e" ol y d V l to" a w log' Sot'#--e -hia eti e Adi tis- ,"If the d .. .. a
W .eo1v _~`-jt W if tile l 1thai t'ia vrolssed itl',Slit,.aillit-. 1 thee it s le ~ lldf'lelo b~w ei
of' North aaat S U'l'i Ct~tiUl'o'illas alttl coilirtl- tl ipk"I st lbmikio|"th de StI walliiee, htilet i1,elcel cnsi -;h+Oqsti0 |1" s uip,.sdihti n sthae belto te utti-aiUwaits, astlisic h +
tute the cou y ~it n +;vv ar 10111 rpPm-d,they ml -have beei t of' tile sUoi aod i+ .
LU L S U< r;,O1 w oWlulhld l) eeit,<0d.' /vThih, sir, is tid.1'ose it d p l.o bie state of'tiitigs.-- race horse t'+,. t .. ..
t 'S o Carm W oe sir"t W e l ? ..11..- 'a d *+Pd ^ m ... ,-, o*. Prooe w that the m:ptolm reh filhe Ir n arm-
- .+.,... l ..... .u : +. 1 .. 6 of. (i eih(.1 or rather v.^,.the i a c SbtLeso ^iHIty oY uIt pure military St .i-cis isof Ito invail iu tctio ito b made. te Tem
* .,,. i a r t ,,.,e r o p ,t .e. + u hste r i i T ile lntw l l s .il l i' ee lbe i' it, itl i le

I I vv 1,1,^1'^ ^^ 11 it I il ^ l t h'i coAl -lili^g ili sof C ot M ithe ten J. o iT h1111 i 1 .14 f' t y cu a corS i a tun ar
i.+ 'is. llii pill aci-i, tlevd by 'I ssep lS, iLRort+sb Or 1*.. -tts of' ry, Ole a pl y (.Jm) 'irheS, etlld it -i- a I," k

-~~~~~ ~ ~ "m m m + + -+* .t. .. d++ f s nda<;uU ua'.U ,.iim +u.of he wl.h .cd ^ urus H-.% o up ih m" ,do.oi;k. or L s
"cito (a i ^ ^ ,y ,do a a ..a [>dti e se s.; lay + ,p i + -
.... .... : +. ^E T 1 1 o t J ea el I ll, tti ifi e"t and=L.e hu. their po de t, to not tvet. F111" ali Fu +thi'Ot &i S uh'" i llu ;,"e olit ,i r "' ^ ti"' a s ih i g Oer.lo prs, m.la ioseg tic0 b- cioa Im The 1d to e .t .... vttoim ....irr to +he v"gue Uz te (I o.
... eIlaltii, I hm o uit llie Viuii they 0 each 1it h-0il of its tiie -wii1:1ta1iimolh ys of ipau ld -




u? 11:i ')l'llll" illr li,'tr"y ^^"i i "r i,"ofre res .t^lI l+'mly mdeel h .... + ",t "r :T"po raphy" Md'e Flo ida, et ,s e it bero" t t"e Go oo dow"
.,* + ) I^^ll:u : l iitili *-, ;^i <"~i t|it+.e S .. w f-a o~);i i Lo < "-" '+ '"".imd ..uo ue t i ec s .> ..l. .yce fci~ui.p.. ed ttorl ia tt lelll ir 'i~ he' h''t sl r olh P;,ii ylclm^lyh gJ ^ ll:i,;lt, ul ittei^ h iim o+b .,ci,,,d il+ii- i na eaeu ,liy .to gtm t bd, -snd la i ht as ro cku~ tor u ori he.-'ct ih e liiul irdae^ ,Ar iq+.4.pt. iii u rti~vu ,ig~ic :al ^ t^ h l
^ ^ ^,^ l1^1011' ,~" -te" L'^ ^ ^r 01ifo ., e ^ ,'r h rv c ~ ec m u t iler Gei.,ickh e (Ior T1 >s Ix (^ N v e. :i ~ vay

..h, l ^..o atlll U 1,ii i et;..h uA iay mg ua wi. o iiuy- i ot ne- ,a ^ I.'i';t litlilei ittpidai(+iolln l ^ a~-j i ~t r op ri+u o" h .... .* -p .r i l "t "s^ >h+jit m m o p l, ~ ,i ^ J ^ ^
to6lpanm lw i itlo Xlliie iire s flr a hieh ttis tlri i'a i t cfi ht al' l ii eku iis l^ g ial o t-duiit -,




""ifl!5 i J ., huu-i ..Titn.iy~~t .., li "-cuicu etfiuu to.-tae tea i mi .u.be of 10,s_ i'+ould.ab s he, th or+ ++auyr e el. mlt+ Wor D i rthle nt :cou ld w ich olii-avle n ,em. hav e-. shoir t tit.y are irha-oi, w<;ly .*ohoei. ai iont.a lort i hVel epl.rikie^'i i^u~
o*:~t~t, w tiich iii~pr~op. Mr. ii~ ,i, ,, thel. a dn-- U'hI I lri i te siit rhtioIi- i tler ii o A ;vp iiio e i' t irest Ion i i e --j ecu I vv 111 Iio i i-.ri ngi -xpeal tion^ 5o < c I li. lib,.
t eie4 s -a1 IS tI ,'l t ."'l I ,a (O I t ul h10oi-nly the ou 6l h ar id ll t proi I t 'eJp .op ic ( tiu iiii tail ul i )ilea dIIys.-- el r qimdr imsat4 11^ 1", ,to, Sit..))
.....11n.1v -ui S [ P I t he at ,s, iiriot i lle\ ..2 Jl'ri iia t -ie),',s-o I a.- L itonai!' r,+; ni metl u v hFlorkid wits .,aooi i s a e sio n, wiiiei proi ment a ctao r din a e y &sias8,,crse- LeadNu therbusia rf lary to.t1t ri' 4oai HElp ll' till



a^ ^ctoly lra I emit uit it., to i. lmite .pInto iple o4 bh e~a (.sllou)-at:" ^ ~itey -syeip ve ra that. aodn k: wil .ek, oaateW rSceav- ^ c^^ ^ 1
Alg -ion a l i +s r i :ta l Sa iAd Ah e l,t egti on, r i o (i ot tieo tt oI ti o t" ci e ,.it ati e^ .o ,c i u qiiir eai oeta ie t e ao aid s -
are1 I e,61 e.ch W the ng, what tile prtnts a '-e0posit+>, otii" ta-io. -he docu+xp.n uon am iahly ;ige burn ll m.- powdere1t-
X1m l,.t r. A u St dti o l b ant:, (it re is-toi ca i,, par teptesaito D fc e nf co' u yr, r ed s ta.,r .he Naivy V-punm.> i t>i S .h

IiGovt I c t .q i d l lr'~ ), .1 y the Q lilltiL- tl'.Ver, feul+qrd si ti, v t c m itun : etto cdi m S late, v:uis i' ( airi Otgi 'k..lTh t l 4 !',Om ltwS lbioiii s oDal ai ii 'otake P Jt .t tile s Axhlte o- iur a fivo.tie t't, tiSOf he lit llo iiili: iia






,a~ow~iouro!. 1,I^iA 10111 TO Ui t" Lnai co p~,lIicm h-|n ayn ho'i- ^ m luc ~ nn olgu~aliu^ lcoThe mode n ow utoic-lae .,mr ie ~ bn 'wauw t 'h li -j1 > oi



O^ i i the + iiu i t-;.ing;h lo ihea iiij ci w ioit lill ot il(-T e ti~U : tiw, IOuh. te*^ iatorti ( ffy):a iuJ *' l i illlit ar sa nn ed lra eioii ee o t u i hie-- cotel.,owu. Ict^ m ,iS .'t;. i rtiicti e UliH,' r 'iii i- i irti.l, iit;a^r -lt1a. {~tl
7f 0 Itc iit~ I IJOl ',ij'01 i ISUi" a" i' jtil~e p4, restl leu t iiration f iv- tie ihl. W iis ia gtlm l.~ili.~l iei~ iro tr ti~~ ~i h ithe iiii prvlur a-kniwlig eli ilwcu] lt':jll- ti+, h iOJ'l -jt''i ihl"ii'eoitu



i-n.. +crt.!A-;d .i "0 .r i .i u m'zi: lio evd~thvie w oiti<> T t ai*-d tT ux (a d tt.'ig d < Acy xt6.-:u i ti s l t: i .th
S lnh d ~ v t o r m ti m~ d al~ m ~ in ..y .a t in ity.. p op u a i ao u 'I <.f b r^ f ^ pr e lc, it.ioy' pm e ed,:i b e r lit tto. ; O t ieM d l.-Florid a'lt, U'



eveo~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ i~ws aaie -,ah f i .,,-y tSI~pu d. ""nIl/410hve aista.1alld uefoaud .^Will notn -p:W ia.K, UItt l -Se unaury o^ rou.^'seko. tor co tastt
V.jestvL, t ile ,mi, di t i dKi.an Jdrt,.lii, bel: th. +1am nvcr: t." Wltji c ,i..,im-i ewap c10 u, s uluc. i 1^ a t." ltI
jv4 i ll. rosrcii or+ ai vtviii {| r ir a I t-is W- t i ii.s ui e tcvalj,e .liai oll im- tuti f)i3, hc a vio te ctiiatt ylly o cirr ald 'o A m ~ias it s nt Gil + w i' --nprely ict t hi e WassM r adt'-eal'l tt W 1uiiitlihai~ l tiiiJi +ittisl I --







;rpe herpd ^ ^ r..ulo of (ej Io St wo~, w tuI ao.tio o ,u i- I I* ate e~ tw u^ n b r>,eu...l^Fn,.- o.. Depir Ic^.H- n^ ^ o a
-yljk -:tillr. tvu t ilh~ ec 1CUL eci lsto tit rhUI Co bem ee. 10 VII h vop., S ite- L ~ h a li li .^ ^ ^ e CU^ c Wilic Alavi' nints.,jv.,e^ ^ u ^^ ^ ^
4p 1er, ? All. mni en..IAM11 -lit op I prs etiti~i on -i lite.r fla h.cm rhnlol ^ an of iullc -'- r *tl" ^ v ;~ d v ^ l
t on 61 it. rusuiu iuo ''' l % ic .vi f r s^- ( *^ '' ^ l o ti e 4)^ U* -- '11-4b afi ri. i Ive uHA [jut Ili! Ios e[ ,^ 1.1, cblcomjikjluy Di ejes; q'te tbi r u nd I~lV f e i6 s o j'I0p e ct
U(m. ^ d t y i olssl i ie lhlofile' ^ ^ l ^ < *^61*U ,d ^ ^ ^^ I. a ln n a. ., cs'e.,: c o m.ue iet' It b e- true Il a L ,-e b e -~t t -t8 j0 1i~61
_ w icaa :8re ~ ~ ~ ~~, ^ s iv F0- f1 n rmn iu -1,110e iji,.i, 1tte arev enlq^-e, wisi/.^ tit's~ E povl i iv^ m, s .i l ,.J t I It k, ^ t~ >
w.-ui~ ~ ~~at aOO d~i visi ol n byo l Si^t -61. 1 ar'.Itpur Of tileo ort~ t j w ihe 'Irmo vyitics 1 ^ / ^ u ^ tile Ptc c^ ,tp.4 01^ 1o 1 le^ ^i es wasui 1. u ^ w .j i~h- b u
I, n el .ilI L te + e rn, a l b 1 aii t iim o i 0e g a ,T e r t" rther h a hi' lsnl ta nyiir g et: .. j i t ita i -sro,, .u lt i ttioi f t il I L ut^ e i t l: i' t o tie l itas o ie G i 'i .it l a >i e:liti l e, i t -i








-itrakm Gov- rimln t l iu..u a stmg o ( ve y if:ll "as i ;l as Iliwtiy bl" clols ,Il.ruc.Lit! thei^, ^ o^ e a gems, Ili to Of' u..o sqmidro- AI~ 4^.,-' ^, a
11101.. h to Terto y ad u ou prn pi- Cof~th e fifl Cot lsn l ~ 111. 0levr kilat tfe mayc^ aprv qr ^ ca nda^ 11 v.^ C..tune.r. ta i l War,^ scllea r) -ku. 4 --t" ^ ^ tav, ^ v
.... utirl t::wii lhis t-o ga iitwe eo i- eriil i u. t A iy thsu iks ire d he : ii 'id iH ( arioni O i t'/Mlc. 'tilll ot' it "ahe tit cliiii(-le lull ,








.^ e, o h Viu fudean ivnt th Xtmma;;;.t t^ ;' t:;at (Ies e ^ ^ ^ .. : ; ;^ ^ ^ ;;ll^ ;;bi'lohi '
l.ilorinl{atv the:E+ r o m dgessno aii d ,i d- pat i ei t atu -Jti.ni.nu. let to imectzts P on ^ .t~u ,r ti''t a utJ itc .ii,i.te r tt,i;i i s,0n'ii of u t ^ u.ay, higi i, t!e :+ Th I^;^y^ -*epe--* Jrrc-rs -80^ ^ Cede^^ ~, 1111propriety
*o -ts^i (J8.o o.lo I falis.tTile-l l.!li -tl.1i e,1, '4! r1gt oi 1;-s.
dild O t" zid i to '1-a u slW Ii t 11 (11 ea ~'t~il I'IIt -,They As ili.il~ltull, secit 1-11)g "a &-Ptriel t o -vi i .' i"t4 til, ifk ti riU4o i ,itif' lly roc, ll-c- i lnkt.' D wre U IS Nh~t ow !I f li,Jcvi iittsti+il th .e S:." !.










fove(!xat h-d 'ot r -ofz tnjae ss: al(! ip. of 6he g .m~ ~h W ao hep r ent from. ail bhi o .01 of.. m r~m 0 m u v emi a eq thi d-1 mllve 14,al 01 ^ u rue.]m :dc ew gmee
UaidW e llTo r catyn4isc m uttue r efut s e to u qa esks ito be y nottae I sil ne r m tot'S1,i L U u btlecl J ~ u o c .cc. l o th r il^h Navy- D'porilol Ih'welw iiicu ti.l
thmlow^V ots01s- Tiwmporu c E'te iuail d (i f ot Ucpu ae at W of MU11 theifl m os t h scon'l... itizi u..t 111cy maiowl) tUxiere Wre I k!01chnt^rlcd.- pt~> tile tow raea a ne
1o ip lt ,|)0*11tlP. l r(s 71 teIii i,.. t ) (ISilt (H lIld~l aiio t' I xj), ..... tl eLI II % M I 1 .ll o w ls
Jlit l~lt ll / r l'il eyt!xlit untl li t oi ):-iE ti p w] l ttl fgli "iol tic~ I rokis,,-. as nhkA. ps.s to.+. .....' ,iow ' v '""

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^rmi~ai of r l-radt it-& (l ent', ear a -ublee teowe o u )uoie ll a ve be u ui om u du (Ih r Nvjjtce lli s ot u'-CcSSO have know-nnan it" l)o iiug 1h.
to wOu t hat .ouite .thorougIfar 'fIi"A m c" thel Pity e.avlH t-s ( or aileglds v e( ot. t-" lo l ;wtJ "l tt llt*t. ltoI II.I-.-l eud I ,
fill ilhliittlhe+ Ittwi, Citiit 11111i1,)SL,8i Will tto tiIV.UFiiWti`.Id1V"ti, i
|tfill("1111j i..i o j#li ur, l tilit, r.oi.lliisU'Wli-%~~i, o le oiil~~i~ii+l j I ,,j. J'ut t. "i( ll l te ;i+
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eIi s'';*v i ile i'-1 ,,Il o l th6ecti tlu'l'i to rt s Co- li" &tIt (Illite!. llll oliti sf i ril I, 1t11ty Viw, h'i i.f-rli uA L":0, o, -It'Ll, l .ti r :t l) sitlt, +,i~v t, I-i l li P t i< t |Lil$ t' ~ ~ a e 'i C t
: IVl'lty-0t'i ti ntress! 'i-iat i i l AI iiA i tl vi ty o cl.'git ~lal' tolid t". + p cfei .-'a ie4 a u
dw lcr8 l/ilt iir"d c.ct a-st lioeit o -h : L. tiiiis flex;l .1t oinsIl~lltlgCi1< ,t tilt, m ost asc oni ,slIz- A AiVll tti -
8+ 1 v ictiy lion,.,, ujl-iiii (livii-i eat ;-"Ikiii.~ Oii4i.elli hjwc lilthil ,-ii~t torIbaie mr,-idi 0i
Vv a cI nt"'l' i.ittvr 1h W'11/00 .Iiii~ It (JW 1h a Z4-d tll t i cuiieit all-d~i osl rx elm.od i'irks. ll t~i~ t +, t... i t li t i ll~tt t ilt Vv'ai t" it, ;'i,.ha ttle iiml; loi.Jei ttl ~i;
. vdi 4 qtrlf leai o~ c:i 14- I V0t, c owst a lf A wt t!w iltl .Sh wn. 4alllt,-,LAU o i 6tJG:it l~ l tiIiuY1 ll 0-Ct o~i4. W.Wtlt|t i 'i t tl'-Y ir 8+D. 1, a. eIli~ iit5 'itt) rlJ ieiti!}"t aiti 'lld'l
a~~~~ ~ i~ re ia iil! b ,.,,,e ltts [P oith G.;retow D )Als(ttts -r ;)I Eastn iF ti I I Ifiiuiy t ;.i1titoi ,,+ ltp i .,ait ttie c,,si uis o i~l !,
+ A i~i el, irI iiatl p rt dt~lies aly sth~h Il,+ o t.i~u~j, ill, tu l~c~g~i~c .liiii Li'oi, "Look at iia.t -rie Liii intito usi eTorut t, t .ritlolilit iitt dyivistilon ofotlraio
w. (i~etl y. UiW i-lu .~ lletl look M EI tV N- .i+i'iti++I )ta i"it t it ie' :i l -,! tf ll ben ig- a iitO iL0 t e l'tatt d ta i tii o L l li-tt iJtl q~ c o ,+ lt.P s d~ g. .tit

Plifrillei-lia IIte~itirnait.l uis ito w -l leri by aow t l are i mii'iltSwri-o h~ jb ill, il lii,iLitit uitlCU~ if laita if Xiu- tjc tait: i ejtiii-e6; ta lt il ;c'~~,r ltt hi o tll' ild rlttI Ilv+iiiai


gre .impuritiniofi' Vest tto ul ih At- i which had ievie beeir re deed, or, -it i i issalfed olit e lcil i d ctrucs ih l tror o i ir i li |.b .iiu'e m fh e flesh.
lait~iecitiesiofthed USitate) 111 m t: pass i Perfiormed, were altogo their ina'hequate u) tiley khiii to iwii" i el uOuel out irom icum ent o ur ooml ;''rcl t \'Vhtu tli s o r iewiiiy s i i
S omew~hee 11-tlir:0. Flor'ida. The L the w ie, hli ^kgpr u bunin (if Lt.e T'Cirmoy n l .H""^ 10tl ^^uedo hwg k.go
,..St~iiiowht~r eh'u l i.hri. "liu East, ji u'ies givenni; that in oiakia+g plur-,_ iiip~'ii l tl 'rrt,_yj'".initi All Is J'0611(1 ha + tiiU Ji(totpS wrii tl- i a t- Sili'ig W iai+tg aly o ero to a -
-obtained a charter ior 'tile- eastern termi- chases, prices were co-iseited to 1nr beyond Vii bt atiu m icidie kjorci'-hal si t ithe t ht Lr o1i i Siiilit-l, c ha stm e chr u gea.>y iov er on llbhc-
;)Us ; ili w ar inuttirvened soon after its a n i h o itest va hl ialio tii w hen it w as n otOrl- 'lizu e t ih l u m ci.i h uli, fi lrih lu jijo kt -ia. have s uftf ere e i' s to thel prood i -s having al sls tic
i(d tlol'ta l r l(1ty U gilu t jj jW I W-4i1t 911dti' osj a g,
.. .. co ii i ~e i eii t i si~ o ped .is log iets. o il iat 1t1.4 prsperty,, )alm ed by cor upt tioiji.c AtUI i W ii e g ue w e r ni ii by dise as e ewilce, th ey Cri 1 0 i he rhi eiitori t e
T h e W est bec aim e i Lin easm ,ta l re- les ,at l agrI ee lleilt u pon ti re "(-G over m en t, co uld eniori s tu cct;e h. f +a v i au i m in t V at" fil t lty w t:i-e sla-, to:ch u r eIth ig to o i ttlie "
looked dl sevyhere' fibr ,copfirtners .ip, aNd -4ia ei b-,eei boiighti ol, better term- ati-, was Iio victories! ii y Wii LiUe crowniii tiuigarv a h r 1.^i i. t l- d te-
-p ;u-s-,d a charter, iw ii h _piaces ttielrC Steri al the samei 4 ti ,,e unfi t for the public use ; moi vries t1 us a dt wii b e wi t le till file t v tiori a, a the r t.ulprl1ts. ) been o N v Y o" ,
terminus at Brunswick ,in GUorgia. At. thathith mttlenjemtofr"-.,rtamjn accotinti's, piseni 'intt'r ot ,ol1-atl iis [teen B ET
:though thlls atte route is near sixty iue gross Ipartiality appears, t that friends eit: ^(L smah baia of in~tans' htit i n tvthl.liouetid uslUmefmlrnlls;teteelihannual report of Hle new Y ork Bi
lornger, doub, heit.pSheir priduas Floridians, v W b ti sc esa witi, a li ,t ru 1 ulTisgteraly u bletilost is i tit, n
must have- ttien spurred -o the iiighesti the Oustomary exnmiatiit(.i of vouchers, til odr .iura it' "i'iisat of the JtV.h e lpt o o o tli nolteiAmerian Suxiiae.. an .
point of fieelifig, when, they gave to us, tilis!, while ftom otiiers thie proper facilities ot a .)iqy.
O~'afniai,8tilt -v en %riand are the least desvrving erhas' ,, 1If
pledge ofabiding love and Irtendship. ffiiti ajustmeit have beei wrongfully io'rl tihe last accounts we learn tIat special cltdeaton, I hve Not permitted distihue oi a tu
."Sutidry laws have- been passed by the delayed, aidi i.l some cases entirely with- Gill. 1ulior "as pusiieti-' |is pa'alet ip odisss
legstaiative Concil, guaranteeg to til I el and that in th generate iismal. M yttaiie Ail d18'ati o" r
|iehi~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~1` '1 sld.htil l eea Uilai .l, 'T ""s oi~ll' to a coitl~l'hieultie. e" t.' th ene c~rlgeli iof tlo e of*r 180VsV 9 ilh.~it 8"letteis
-mlilfitia. of ltheTetriiory ofhFloridai as ow a gient j qthe Snijinole war, camipaiglis exeh '40 f s ai.u ll e c te n r r ih ofthici 514 Bibie., and 25 Testaieif
"g + i" r L p e It 16" Pus d", .Yu lic could .ifxeitui e,li eil or to paralizetr a n oiei lv e l ~itiitd n oi t~ ~ uia l
organized by law, who.,ay have been have beeu ,O conducted as to..opfrate, ao ecompasa me til oe, wo-e have bu-
-law, ~~~.. .. wh,,a hv oiue stoeae i~lcmi"tl OWi 11PUJ our effort/s- to meet tile acltual requir-e-,a"( rl l iadnttloi 9iic~ n
called i oastervice hy the. Governor or aiy_ ostensibly against the euemy, but in effec t, t 't lhe prougs o ills tuhte -colini nitn oe t il t- serv Lce. Theseryce-, i 44i9 m na l ti hii a a mil ia a
other Territorial A.i.ni, otticer, poay e t, agaisi I reastiry of the United Stales hKb eels tirougiiWeure l au S1eeill -spear, iFloridn, to most of. ti Medical offcel's, siati a e i h; nd val amei ts,
4ibr their servi:esj in tihe order in lwilipi iid against the Peuple. of Floida. ailU gwtlln g Uehll in lld. bri tile pL TC eln oved e : + + ... .........
-they were-called i a d authorndizi the Tile spe(jfi-attionts necessary to Support prk .l Iv! -calle. d -i ._. .i.. ben employed. h ee ,y hae beeno indettk -.t by i
:' r' -, ,~eh 'r ''I liy ilk0011~ e, ut exceettJltlgly laboriouls 2l'aliS n leraitlil Ie i 9
G ilv-,rnor to' borlow ,mi .y -i ,tha put.r- ,e cha g n m ay -be selected from the f i e ,d ie s ate ielt ot the new spaIpers- I .and hazardous 4 ...... .. .. ...
S nose,-with, the pledged-faith of the Terr- files of the J Department, whenever it inetat ia ooUmior hasicol" ?rnot .. .. ... ,,vn,, i Ti lb Ihe Kel.
AtoryaS security. A debt of $50,000. has happens to be, the desire.. of Congreis'eis ii sec uidtle Iiorida. Me adVaIlP u libs from. th v r Ai:-- -" m oy .tl Pth tro p M
-Y f- a -1It ad led 11ru ll u t i~vt.4111:r attelltiln eta t o h e ,o l
*been letracted by the Tertiory, ider [to try the issue. ,sitiotabsoteil due Til,,,., ,, ,iw.d., tr .olumh'.o ] 11 Biblessid 3 Testanta among tide
IO the e~~~~ ~ ~~ e in the cuuis- iiolr piosts aind s~tandis;_ tjqlllytt~lleel | iei 41Bbe n
.the.authority vvskd in .he Goverfor by o tile cause o truth and justice that tile Oi-l-tie ZJU i l eC.) eti.t cou111114 adv-uu .-equen y pass g cer of y 1 a ""
: ',oneO tlthese' laws._ T hat lioney ,has been all atp i tns .o ade should fie proved., 'or ceil tow ,sooi >- a ma i is an d i rl l r:t e ....i. t -he ._ ,t .
,~~~~ .- 0. .,il' Ba, ,and ..., ..., afe _i~u resort, andu-occasionally. under the fire o file: throes| wrlell
di ssG r d exclusive among toops called, r t ihat the responsibility of corruption marihiiig twelfly iun Sen U aliart u( th .... y u + ,g l co'n ttes 75 .Biblee +
.:ilito SerVice west of tile 6iiwalilie -during_ imbniif y on .hoi1the one h ..ah last year, hile tile roooodno drawn into Itllq accutatlion ou the other, -nay rre:j tile ilima~uit and the tealistur gUiled,.. th-e^^ enod zeal of.n. th einluw, aun A0 11Hmon





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The hietpry of lierature,
science nd philoso 4` P n all
, Christian countries, shows that
SmioreI men of.gemius and worth
"had a poor parentage than is
Generally supposed..,

-GROUP.-Cut orfions -intb
"shoes: between And over them
put brown sugar-when the
sugar is dissolved, a teaspoon-
ful of the syrup will produce
.4 m6st instantaneous- relief.
This simple and effectual' rem-
edy for this distressing malady
Should be known to,. al having
the care of small children.-
S,-Star.

ANiECDOTE.-An old gentle
man of eighty-four having ta-
ken to the alter'a young dam-
sel ofiabout sixteen, the cler-
'I of,
gyman said unto himn. The
font is at the other end of the
-church.' What do 1 want with
the font?' said the old gentle-
Sman. "I beg yonr pardon,y
said the clerical wit, thought
you had brought this child to
be christened.

LETTINa OuT.-An- Irish tai-
lor mAding a gentleman's coat
and vest too small, was order-
ed to take them home and let
them out. Some days after,
the-geitleman inquiring for his
:garments, was told by thfe I-
rishman that the clothes hap'
opening to fit a countryman of
his, he had let 'them out at a
sellingg a week.
'oi life there are many things
which interfere with a justt es-
timate of the virtues of others,
There arc, in some cases jeal-
ouusies and misconstructions,
I and there are false appearan-
ces ; there ,are vells upOn.the
'heart that hide its most I secret
workings and its. .weetest af-
Jectionis from us; there are
-earthly cduSs that 'come be-`
fore -us and the excellence that
we love. -So that it is not
perhaps,till Triend is taken
from us that wve entirely feel
Shi value and appreciate his
worth. The-vision is loveliest
*as it iS vanishing away, .and
we perceive .it not, perhaps,
.till we see the parting wing,
that an angel has been wrih
TIS* w '*' .
I feelthat the dead have
.conferred a blessing upon me-
In helping me to think of the
oril hghtly, in giving a hue
of sadness to tire scenes of this


,,.world, while, at the same iumar
Stheyhave clothed it with ev6r,
Glorious and powerful charm
Sf association. This mingled
p-.rtin-- "energy and Amnility,


A. JONES.JR. .-.-
33 o &, fauc pants _ob Vrf tttirl,
(At tie office ofihe EasiTFlorida-AdvocatE6-
A '$ J R. Would take this method
t6inform the '$itiztna of Jacksonville, and .>
its vicinity; that in ;connexion with the 'Flor-
ida Advocate, he hats made preparations to
etecue 'with -neatness and dispatch, iM..
kinds of .'
OOKX JOB 4 _`R.V RMo.W L,-.L

:He Wiould" also add that he 'iill execute
-all kinds of BTSINESS adnd VIaTING ,
CARDS, on a plain-or enajifllb'"A'urfaS,
wit'li GOLD or FANCY JiNK'Si'n
style that will- defy all competition "-in 'ts'-
section of the cutomtrav. ,n n
1h the printing ofbillets, all the gloss, col- X
or an). embossing ofthe'm ost'delicate pa4er
is entirely retainied. '
N. e SPECIMIN1S of Galrd Wort<
may be seen at llie office. .
Jacksonville,E. F. JFeb. 4.

TO PRINT RS R & PUBLISHERS,.
fi1it undersigned, agents for Lothian .
,J 11age-r's Type Founilry, New York, 'wll.
contract to supply any quantity or varietyoof
Printing Type, to the printers of North and
Souh Carolina, and Qegortj ,on as advan(i-
geous ternims as they ain B fornishied'froin
the nmariufacturers. The Type made at this
establishment iN'all cast by hand, and the
uletal' equttd, if-not superior' to any 1n thu
country,
We af bMso agents "for R. "Floe & Co's
Machifle, and. Hand Presses,'and all other at. ,
ticles ,Inanuf'actured'-by them for Priwtear
and Bidlers use: ,-e
We also keep i' h'dlnd, aihd contract t'
*the regular r suply of 'Pridttt Papdr, "'of ,
any qualityor'iize. -
.Johnson & pqr'ant's Piinting unk-,,-vways
on hand. r'For sale by b. ..
BURGES & *WALKER,
Slationirs'ffll, Hi ^f5ast.Bay, Chartetot' n,
S. C. 1- Printers who qntel3 -ealing
with us, Wil) please puOli'Ah the above onca -
a week. ti.f itainiouitsltfitve dollars. '
I aAteh. t B Wi;'" a p


F O hint. after date, apldieation will
lb be iiilG to tie ,10ii.,the Justicv,4' ofth .
Literior',C.,i'ut, ,ofChathliin county, Ga. wheh
sitting for dipnary purposes, fir lea' 'i-o
sIcH 2tracts of Lanvd, vi .iz J Itl) acr6s,, 6th
Dist. 1st '-ectii, i -Cheii-et county, Gh "
40 acre's, 3d 'Dist. *ad Sttint in (herokep
county, Ga, hUigrhto 1 the Estate,'of the
*tale W"Aitr*taboiS, Aisl sol for the b-nifit
4frtheI ir,, an'd ervxitors orf said eft. aS i d e
CLAGio01N" & WOOD. A-m.'rs.
Jith'7 -1-, -r' 7-3m A


conqueror and the sufferer.-
Death was before him, and
yet his thoughts were of '-tri-
umnph. -Vic-tory was in his
Mew, and yet-what a victory !.
No laurel crowis was upon his
head-nd flush of :pride was
upon his brow--no exultation
flashed from his eye ; for his
was a victory -to be gained
over deathaind through dOeath.'
No-laurel,:rown sat. upon his
`had-but a>crown'-of thorns;
.no flesh of pridthwAs upon his
ttbrow, but meekness was en-
th rned there ; no exultation
flashed fromm his eye--but tears
flowed fromn-it; Jesus wept.
Come then to us thatvspirit,
at once, of courage and meek-
ness, of fortune and gentle-
n.ess; of a life hopeful and
happy, but thoughtful of death ;
of a world bright and beauti-
ful, but passing away So
let us live and act, and think
and feel* ;.and let us-thank the
good Providence, the good
ordinary of Heaven that has
made the dead our teach-
-ers. .
I have seen one die; she
was beautiful, and beautiful
were the ministries of life that
were given her to fulfil. An-
Sgelic toveliness-.enrobedO her,
and a grace, as if it were
caught from.Heaven, breathed
in every tone, hallowed every
affection, shcn ie 1 e0r-y aRc-
tion, invested as:a halo her
whole existence, and -mniade 'it
a light and blessing, a charm
and a vision of gladness to all!
around her-but she died !--
Friendship and love, and pa-
rental fondness and infant
-weakness stretched out their'
hands to save her; but they
could not save her, and she
died! What! did all loveli-
ness die Is thereno land-of
the blessed and the lovely
ones fr such ito live in?-
"Forbid it reason, religion,
-bereaved affection and., undy-
ing love, forbid the thought!-..-
. It cannot be that such die, 1n
God's council who live, even
in frall human memory forev-
er .--[R. Orrillee Dewey.

A LARGE FACT. AND YETA FACT.
--The difference of the Earth's
distance from the Sun, be-
tween the apogee and perigee of
the latter, that is; when it is,
farthest off, or nearest to, the


Earth,;- is Ahree million two
thousand miles. T ln this centul.
ry, the Sun is 'apogee, orfar-
thest off about the 1st July,
and inperigee or nearest the
Earthf, on the last day of De-1
cember.-
If then, on the Ist July, a
cannon ball should be di'schaf-
-ed from the Earth, in a right,
line .to the Sun, ad gp at
the rate of 500 nAites per hour,
yet the earth proceeding in-I
Per accustomed orbit, would A
*be nearer than the cannon ball.
to the Sun, on the,'last day of
December, by a million of
mUles!-N,'-Y. American.


S., ....-; NO TICkE. -=-
SIX Months afier fate, I Will lappiy to th
S Hon., the Judge ofthe Couity Court of
0tdval Countv, for Leiters Disinissory on
the kltate of REUBE1 CLEM ENTS J.ate of
said County, deceased. Al pe sons interest-
ed are hereby notified of the same.
OLIVER WOOD, Adm're.
Sept, 21, 1839.' 3---"
NOTIrCIE
IX Weeks after date, application ill b.
Made to Honorable -JOHN L" DOG
GET, Jffdlg of the County Court, for Du-
valCoiuntk, fQr Letters of Administration on.
the Estate O CHARLIS ATEItDHIDA, late of
said County de'ieased. '" ; \ .. : *
JAMES MATHEWS.
GAEYrs FERRYA,"E. F ,
March 16th, 1840. 25--r,
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ing a pIAge of new iahd popular Music week-
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payable in all cases in ad Vancfe. .Twocppies
will be maiTed for ona year-For Five Dolkrs
(post paid) in advance, &nd any larger anu-
at the same rkte..
Subscripti6tis to either are reso'ec'tfilly so-
licited by I H. GREELEY-&CO.
-,Ann. Street,,New Yr)k. .


!of triumph and tenderness, of
glorying and sorrowing, is the
very -spirit of Christianity. t
was the spirit of Jesus-the


** *
AN RI SiAjMt's Nor TION OF
hscbUNT.--It chanced one
gloomy day, in the month of
ecember, that a gpod humor-
ed Irishman applied to a: brok
er to discount a bilexchange
for himat rather a ongrthough
!not an .unusual dtte,. iad the
-broker having. reitarked that
the bill had a great matty.-dlays
to: ruo, Thaf' tite,'. asphied
,thlrishman, but th6', my
ofa.y, you don't consider how
Short te days are at this time
*of the .year-.' ,
'' ~ -. /*.


SO0UTHFlRN LADIES BOOK.
E' DIED' by P. C. PENDLETON and GKo [
F. PiFtCE--To the Ladies of Georgia,
and the South generally the following plan,
is most respectfully submitted. It is hoped
that it will receive thcir _.serious attention,
and meOt their approbai'In, since it is for
their special benefit that the work is project,
ed. "
ed- PROSPECTUS.
In liubmitting the following 'Oplan we
w6uld first call the attention orf the'Ladies,
ard all who feel interested (and who does
not?) inthe welfare and improvement of
the femal srex, to the' present condition of
th'e Southern Presses. 'Nearly all the publi-
cations which issue"froam it are engaged in'
its political discu.ssims, and their columns
teenn with accusations, denials, abuse, and
eve'y other form of wordy warfare-car-
ried on in language frequently unfit for
6ei- polite,' and' seldoit suited .to the deli-'
cacy and gentleness which belong-so pecu-
liaTye to the female character.
Of the few literary lmppers .published
Soutl of the Potomitc, there is not Tie ex
clusi4ely dedicated to the LADIES "WAave
felt this as a want which dught to te .sup-
plied iand we propose to make an effoibrt to
do so, confident that our endeavors will be
crowned with success,'if we egn only secure
the hearty co-operation of those for whose.
welfare we are, abodt 'to 'labor-the Ladies
of the South. AMd we expect farther, that
every intelligent mind' among theother sex
will view with approbation, and-aid in sus-
taininig, an enterprise desigifed to inmpqrove
the minds of those, without whose, cheering
smiles and soothing companionshilp, lite
would be dreary and this fakir world a de-.
sert.
We wish also to aford "the Ladies a fair
field for the exercise 6f their own tatertts,l
and for the develo enenet of the reso6krces
of their minds. The 'list of authors, for
some years past, have frequently enrolled
the names of Females, whose glorious -suc-
cess lias shed an additional-tradiance on the
name of' WoMA.' The .'lords of creation'
bave been-forced to acknowledge that, the
Female mind, is by no means, deficient in
capacityand intellectual endowmentsiv hilst,
at the same time,it ispossessed 01 superior
delicacy and tact.. Loiig was Woman's mind
held in traldom, long where her powers-
mnderrated and forced to remain inactive or
urieerclsed by 'tlie force of'conventional
arrangements; .-but-her chains are broken,
and her liberty prochltimned. The article of
Moylem faith, that 'Wointen hm!e no souls,'
no longer obtains credit among us. Let
the Ladies now assert their privileges,-and
we offer tirh'dh, in our proposed work*,a me-
dium for the expression of their own views
and sentiments, on all that appertains, in
any degree to the welfare andimprovemente
of their sex.
In .offering the plfdh of a SOUTHERN
LA-DIES 1;OO we do not intend that ift
sliall be,preciseFy similar to a work, fthlie
-samename at tie North. We leave to our
Northern cutemporary .pictorial rep\'*esenta-
tins of fashIion and dre.s,for the embellish-
,ment of their persons ; be itours to provide
Sa garb of -parity, elegance, refinement and
g race, for the adornment of the mind.
All that may contribute to forti the heart.
invigorate the mind, ptutify tl'ht afflections,
and refine the mianners, shall be our special
care, that our work may be a useful aid to
the young, the faii-, and beautiful,*in pre-
paring themselves for the discharge of the,
noble and arduous duties which devolve on
Woman,in her varied capacity of Daughter:
Wife and Mother. And we repeat thiat in
the accomplishment of this high 'enterprise,
weqconfidently expect the aid and support
of the enlightened and judicious of both
sexes. Arrangements for regular aid will
be made with several Ladies, whose produc- .
ttons have already gained theni'high fame "
in the literary world-and several gentle-
men of distinguished attainments have al-
ready been secured as contributors, from
whom scientific tracts,'with notes, and'ob-
servations on the arts, may be expected:--
This department of.the work will receive
marked attention. "In short, nothing will
be-omitted which will,tend to give the pub-
lication such a character as will render it
worthy the attention .of the learned, and
those to w hom it % dedicated-the Ladies
ofate Souths and West. It only remains to
obtain the requisite number of subscribers-_
say two thousand-and if the Ladies 97ill
smile upon and, aid our'efforts, that'number
wiii not tong be wanting. Let them urge
their Fathers, iHusbands, Brtherse and
Friends, a-nd ^ft is soon done. ",i


a a The work will contain sixty-four roy-
al octavo pages, stitched'in a neat.,colored
coverand will appear monthly. :
TEams : Five dollars per annum, ipayabe
,on delivery of the first number.
Si"' It highly important to state, 'that all
the subscrsbers na'nes, which- may b'e 'ob- .
tained, should be forwarded by the first of
Decembernext. Agents will please to -bear
this in mind. '
[ty The following are some of the con-
tributorsof the work :
A. Church D. D.President of Franklin Col.- .1
lege, Ga. -
Professor J,. P.Wade, Frankltin College.
Hon: A. R. Longstreet, Presideht of Emory
College. ,-
Dr. A. Means, Prof. Phys. Emory College. I
Rev. I. A. Few, Ex-Pres't. Emory Collige. '
Rev. G. H. Roued, Principal of the Georgia
Manual Labor School. -
Rev. Jesse Mercer, Washington, Georgia.
Rev. W. H. Stokes. Washington Ga. '
Hon. G. Andrews, Washington. Ga. '
Col. Joseph H. Lumpkin, Lexington, Ga.
Rev. E. L. Wittich, Madison, Ga. .
Hon. R. M. Chalton, Esq. Savannah, Ga.
A.H.ChappellMacon,oGa. '
Hon. E. A.'Nesbit, Macon, Ga.
.UWe shall, be gladto exchange with
the '.Southern andltSouth Western papers
who will. publish ,ourprospectus.
Macon^, Nov. Ist, I39. .


T"HE -NEW WORLD:LB :
A Weekly Newspaper, g te Vted to Home
and, Foreign Intelligence, Litra&ture .and
the Arts, 4itedt-by PAR.K BENJAMIN,"hd
: RUFCS W. GRiswoLijr/late'Editors of We'
Brother Jonathan. ,
On Saturday, the 10thi' of October, was is-
sued "a.specimien number of a new weekly
sheet entitled 'THE NNw W'WVov.,' and on
the 26Lh of the same mnmthi0mmenine eed the
regular publication ,t .ider that title, of the
largest, chieapest,at',hiimost deegant-Ieriodi-
cal in America. Its Editors wee the ori-
ginators, and until the commencement of
the present publication, the coiductors of
the Brother Jonathan, and they bring t!,,
their aid, the experitaice acquired in that
popular Journal, and greatly increaskifacil-
ities, o*6f every kind, derived frum ne-tvy
opened foreign and 'home correspionddice,
agencies, &c. In additiontollU tihe popular
periodicals of this continent, 'they will -re-
oeive regularly from London, ,Edinbuegh,
'Dubhlin, and dther Eurqpea- 'capitals, the
most celebrated literary journals, subh'asthe
Monthly Chronicle, the Monthy,lth. -New
Monthly, the Gentlemen's, Frazer's."Black-
wood's, the United Service,' the Asiatic,.
1ait's and the Urdivec'sity Magazines, ieit-:
ley's Miscellany, the Court -Jornal, the
Court Gazette, La Bc'lle AsOamblee, Era,
The Satiriit, The Age, The Examiner, the
Writings of Dick'ens, .the -Quarterly, the
L&idona, the Edinbfrigh, and "'lle 'Dublin
Reviews,'&c &c.'&e. '
SFrom all these, and from every other ehw
work of rmeit, the best selections will be
given immediately, after their reception. ahd
thus the spirit of contemporary literature, in
the Old World aind tliae iNew, placed in the
reach ufthe poorest and most hIumble.
Whfle-the Editors will make\ the' most
early and'cl.pious selections 'from literary
productions, thliey .will not beforgetful 0 o the
necessity of presenting ALL THE NEWS of the
!ime, in. a perfect and faithful digest. They,
will -especially 'Aim to make THE NEl w
WORLa worthy of its name from iils perfect-
compilation of Domestic News as well asin-
teligence 'from allpartsof the Western Hem-
isptiete. Our newspapers, in g ineral, con-
tain full accounts of all that h ippens in, the
Old World, eyen to the most trivial oocur-
rences, which'rn be of little or no interest
to'oro- people ;/ while they omit 6r neglect
much that is of consequence from the various-
countries of the J.vew. .
SI The editorial'rticles of THE NEw W6OLD
while they will be rigidly free from all po
litical or sectional bins, will generally be
upon topics of immediate interest, and have
direct reference to passing events-to the
times and the country.
With the most ample assistance in every
department; with resources m6re th n suffi-
cient,, and friends numerodm-and true; withC
a thousand incentives to exeition,and every
evidence and assurance of the most trium. -
plhant success before it, -THE NEw WORL D
starts into life, and will long gladden and
enliven the firesides of every portion of ,ur
great country .
Price of THE NEw WOiLD' $3 per annum,
payable in advance. Two copies will be
sent for $5 to any part of the city. or country.
All letters relating to th e ditrtal depart-
mentofthe Nxw WORLD, to b b-addressed to
BEN AMIN & GRISWOLD -; those intended tr
the publisher, to J. WINCHESTER
No. 23 Ann street New York
Publisherswho insert the above advertise-
ment three times, in their papers, will be
entitled to an exchange for one.year.
D *R- M. S, HYAMS
H AS constructed a SODA, WATER
1HII FOUNTAIN in Jacksonifille, and now
offers to its citizens that cool and pleasant
Beverage pure from the Fountain, with all
ktinds ot Syrups. 8. _, '4--tf


*"', ''LeC B E E. F." N
ALL IN Prrsons who hiav<. any De fnrid
a. gartist the Estat( of ltvjm s Os.r9:.,
late of Cohubia- CoiuntyE. '.. decayed,
are hdreby called upon to presc.il lfein with-
out dlay,to the undersigned Adinirdisttrit
and Adtihinistratrix of st d 'stale, ant(l Wilim-
in the time limuitedby aInw,,,r they will fir-
ever'aftervards he barred. All pe'rson.4in-'
debted t ,y^.d Estau',are requdsted to nmaki
imtbediate payment n fJ tb same,
A. R'Olt'l')V*S, 'Adinliistratffr.
A. OSTEEN, AdiiuIIistratrix.
Col'unmbi' Co. E. F. Jan. 3u, o1 0).
\ Sw


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F 0 AI
-*. P OR tS.lA L .****
00 Acr^es osf Lan, on t1 W se West
,2UUO ^'bank of San Pablo Creek,
bounded on 'he Nortlih byv'Greentielit; 1,00^
Icres of Land, at the Li:itle River' Re n.hiead
'of Sa Pablo Creek; '50 acres osh Black
,Creek'.- Indispltiabte Titl's will be given.-,
Vor further pairtictiulars, apply to .hms Mf .
PoNs, at Jacksonville, or to lhe' Proprietor,
F. D, PONS. All'perso(ns are cautioned not
to cut Lumber, or trespass on th6 premise
in any mininer whatever, as they w'ill boe
prosecu6teda 'the La itdirects. /
Mar3 S tf '


'EMOV .
R. BALDWIN has retheoved hia
. Office to the Rooms recently,-ccupied
as such by Dr. BPLO7. .
An assortmrtt of Medicneswill bb. kept-
on hand for th supply of Tow u and CouB=
try Customers. ... 1 "
SJ'a~ksayille, Ma~rdhd, 1840.


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NOTICE .
T Hereby forbid all pe.rikms ha-rboring-,:,
1 trusting, oy trading, or making any con-I
tracts whatever'with my wJiAe S IA H-
LAR, asher tract will not be lawful nd,
1 will not pay any of her debts.
,4 JOHN BASHLAR.
nmar 17' 1206- 2--3w "









































































































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-~STA ~CH E S i:.lsz


*I -l^ p a ilrI 1111 linn i l i _i i >n1 *T. i rinil


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Of EVEkY- DESCRIPTION, repaired ini
the best manner, ae t the shortest notice, and,
w~arranited to p~rfunin w~ell,; abJswL
repaire~d'. 1 t -. *- 7' :
W G. takeqt this method of returning,.
his~incere, thanks Lo'his friends atid the
public generally,for 1,h&-4iery.Iibw-al pairo*)n-.
age 4.I has recdired, and hopes by hls en-
cdeavers to please and attention to busimejs
to merit a con! in'iance, : : s -
N* Watctdd, &c. from -the "C0Untry,
Black Creek, iNeWna-6sville,-and other places
left in care of Oa.t. W 4. B- oss, ot inaS.
ter,_ Jacksonville,' E. F, wil-mr,,et wkl'i
prompt att, .. 26-.tf
* March 24, 1840. .. .. 7 +


EDITP IAL 'CONVE1TIO'N.
The EditOrs and Pltllsher ofFlirida-
whose names are 'hereunto "ttbicribed, for
the putpose of pdlcing the- business collnec-
ed with the Press, upon a more certain
'foundation, preventing those, d iskgreamnent-
which might arise from 'coflidting interests
among, themselves, ,as well as for the purt
pose of .1roWni-g around theii interests thosg
safeguairds which experiencee has taught,
them are necessary to their, prottectionx'a-
gainsi the frequently losses sustained hyb care
less or'firaudulent'.custoeiors, do agreeamnong'
the'mgelvel., to adopt the following prices, '
and to observe the following, rules ;inH rhe.
managfineiit of theirbu-siiness.
l 1t. *t:KIs J S6iJBSCRP.ip'i?,.-_ rweeFr
ly pa)lrs, Five Dollars per annm.- Seaii-
weekly paper's, Six Dollars _per arinun.
Trri-weekly papers, Eight-"Dollars per an.
num: and- dailypapers, Ten Dollars per a.n-
num. In ali cases payable in' dadanee, and
.Wn epallers to bse-nt ill tho money is.,
paid-.
2d. TE:Rts or !DVB]RTISING.--A -"'inglo
squaree of01.00urds, or an advertisement oc.'
cupying the space of'100 words oflthe:'usual
advertisement +type if extended by cuts or
bl'anks-for $1 ti e, first insertion,: and 75 "
cents f"each "con iiuice.. T.wo "or more
squares in the same proportion.' Adverti!,-3
dhents. containing one arrd a half ,squares
and less than two, will be chargedas two. "
When advealiserrifn;s are sent without: an'd
special 'di'elions n t*,the ium-ibc4r ,,inser-
tions required, it' will be .un, -rst0od that
they .are to- be publolied until, forbid' .they
wi!liherefore be cuntinued at the ,discretioli
of the publisher, and charged according to +
the foregoing rates, Legal advertise.meAts,
of, which tneterrn of publication is fixed,'by
law, will only be excepted from this rule.
For standing yearly advertiseaIents, $2. -pet,
square. Yearly adveritisers, who renew
their adveriisements..wiil be "charge l $50,
and allowed the .space of four Squares in the '
weekly papers.- 75 for. the same spa-,e,ji "
the semi andra-weekly paipert, and--$100
in the daily papers. Where- the advertilen.
me tits overrun -the spa'cealltroed, the excess
will be eha-rgedby thew square. -Advertise,
eonts from a distance musit be adcompaniod
with the money', ora respectable town refer.
_ence mustbe.given. .
All anfnouncements of candidates for+ offi;
ces will be charged Fiva Doua-s bur inser-
ton during tile canvass.
Al personal communicaiorins which ':ae
admissible, or comrnunicatiuni re'lating to
.one's individual'aifiai rs puffs, of new i hivkh
tiyn's I- new goods, new LIIaVliIhmzits, cand'i-
dates, and the like 'will be ciiav-ed at .til
same price a4 advertisements.
3d. A B-LACKLIsr'shaitl be kept in' achi
establishment, aud the nauie of ubco,,diLI-
and deolin quet ..subscriber -(those who stui-
their papers 'wi.holit paying p)arreirag'esv
-shall -be published for the-,benefit ot ttSv,
craft. And the naeis/of the delinquent'x
ofany one establishment still be muluat.uu''1
,copied and repuhbislhi-din the papers of eu
other. <+ -
"4th. JOB VViorK s-:halltbe conslderd si
ca'sli, lind p aymeuts demandedl on delivery'
except fi'ro regular'customers. -
TIhe ;prices ot Jobs shall be a follow-
Cards, 1 pack,'$5" lr pack, 2. packs, 3 pi. v*
pacek; o.yer 3 packs, ;^J pe"r pick HanldbH *,.
-. . Pamphlets, .4perrpage. Blitnks fool--
cap. and -letter. 25 per ream-^l2.per q,+ir'.- *
" olio post, I5 per quir,--?;,4i per reati.,
. Theatre orr. ireus bills never oless than $?',
per sat, and ar high aas it0, aiccordinig t:,
sizez. + ] -" "+ - "
S5th, The'names of showmen, and othner
-tra~veling p~rofessioJnal characters, who .go 0:7
without paying their printing baills, shall b,-
placeod on the+Black List,,and published fo; '
the benefit of l he ca, tit [- .
r -s -Tie a1,,ove rules not to affect any spe- -
+eia. existing contracts of' the. presenit-yea^r
l But contracts variant from them will "not


be renewed. .
- Tne EdUors and Pubiishers of 'Florida,
- whose names 4Tre herennto annexed, pledge:
.-tIlensetves in hnotnr, eachd unto the other ,J
. observe the foregoing RuI4, inthe~mnnage-
a ment of the business of their different e`8.+,
;.tbhishments.-- -
G. E. BARTLETT, "
f f4 the Apalachticola Gazette.
S JOFSEPH CROSKEY,
iv, : of the Aplalaehidola Couiri,
I- B. WEBB,
onthe:Tailahassee Star,
S.SAM. S. SiBLJEY.
=- "of the'"Talla hasse eipriditri. '
.* M. GOU40;, .
>" "" :,- of the Florida. herald. "'
l" K N O W L E ,. : ** .. ... '
t" of the bQtinev Sentinel.
" tw. watt Ulls-r5;,.
. of the St.-Augustine New.-
S. A. JONES Jr.,
" ,' nf h e E: Florid a .~ Z,V ,> i;


,Jas- Ivine2,
K
-:Joseph W King
L
Thos Ledwith 2
Isham Lewis
E G Landoat
*M
Thos McCoy
Geo Me Kay
Solomon Moody 3 .
Mrs Eliza Mayo
J as' McCCll
H W Maxey
John Middiecamp
a B ,Merkei .' ,
N
Mrs Teresa Neve
MrIs Charles Northrup
C Oapt David INtal
0
.oN P Overton
Christopher Powers
-Cqpt A Patterson
.Capt G Priet,
Charles"Piles
Plumer:;
J D Pef.t 2
Benj Rateliff
Elmoi'e EaVes
7 A J KRaudullil
Wm Studder .
S reeter .
J P ;Sedun
Jthn J icily
Jally,?healds
o T 1
'-Mrs Ann Thompson
Wm tHi flhorMd .
Jas Tod
.W
Joseph W Walace
Miss Mary Warden
'VVM. BB._i.OSS, P.-AM.
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A h,11-90, plotinn of titg e111-0h ft G.)(I i'i .,l '
ve'y pagr .itIs bi?,ii V.,ftps0d Of', thu +
,|0p)r :
+Reul enjipyn,'itt iii tli, world is' ot i
.4!-X1hidlli f(i'tij tli h e , *A !ilii'i' t1" hi rtl iiiii l, It"' (v h "( Xspfvcimlly llis lot+": ,a t G %%,( S crt es. -i j
f la B tit t' l i t x i i i'tr.i (l1w r'.weijit,' '
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yit io w i l -IJ 1 Itt th4;iOs1. "' '

-8111111ll,0, e, l-eid.told
.T0 le r.tl t- of iis ;)1sol will- litlt 1
+:Iti. itt, .ii ;wuinii,;iln ttitih li lopvrity to:t
,UfrtItiit&d^ ifi.+iin ,e.~'ur : dia; ly A i'; itlt7i
+te.,nly ,i*.i l in n plorl-iti. of .eiliZr,;toii .joifdod AA* tihu tilik wli'(l Il kf
-Si~liI' <;t Ipriu^,i .tind- iti('iilii(.'y 10 lu eth in
A aly<-, tai,| t '.oiii rv d ii t oro aiii ui
O if^'g'<>a iln'e. 'nci~dli'ia ille liopel l!at.
+ it wofi s 1t)il-rvn ouirl prtispertly. -bhi
S. thtl steie, i tsi-u'r ;t l thi e iiy, a and die-
teiahut, toutiit3,ctatofol tihu tilyt horti'i iin
^gi'u~ltleafs, .ll{ iil !nt~ iii age; I <(la it litolte
:faled. "-A!.,ynnot l ir)v avelt lirtmgh ttirmi'-
I~l'in~tlf;1ur4*(rHttlty .yitl Imay liok, witJr
Sinelanishoty i*-ehiigts, on Ulo htong .andi "cayhig raoigesi,t iirei mulberry Arouiul the
enclosares and by.y tle sides o'hlic tV-tlues
attaehed/~to the AIansioir houses o' wealth
.and.hospitality. But a-r registration llhas
taken place. The inullerry., it ull its
foritsnltrin tilentTrrow of Itaiallu th4,iigat
-tbifae broder, native, to the exi.mdled Giii-
'nese' h-s lectcte or is- becomihlg athe fil-
voitrite cultivation of hundreds 0f" hllosands"
lotm Albiaina -to New Haui(>shire,'fs ia
",nlea~ns~otilivial wealth amidnatimnal
prosperity. 'Atidit must -be 8o;.our cli-
Snmte, ate dil, hatiis of-indu.trys, pwot to it,
alone iif thris trest avenues to that pros-
perity.L.'We 'rmy not-,overlook, it. W'6
14ay not fddxour arms, and coldly-teli the,
people,.tbbat production ctUinot be eti.ou'r
ged agalnyt -the, competion atid in roads
.-:ofother.ntions..t' ifideed, the feeble-
i .nesiof our government, and the imbeciliy
Of our(Unior, paralyze our efforts in is
lc' half, if we have grown: wiser than upir
~i :hhih'r auid H-ny not do with it= as .we
'-. *]iaveldonie,?wv'ihour cottol'and. tohaeco,
-..,,why ^ieil,let -s stlbmol, 0:nd1 i,, ot wf,-
doOTsecure.us itipoverty, dependence, and
'.. humiliationio. us;,, and. r '


S- .' "THIE -OP .,VS. THE MIcECHAfic.-The
; arrogant air of fil pish ind olelice al-
" ways .disgusts a mall of common" sense
S:,'- O ie ,onest, "dindustrious mechanic, is
worth the whole herd of perfuiriel _ex-
t14 qniskitl4, who infest our"street Wit tieir
(* .[ ,: dcailes'turned do,0win,, arid mnot. A., cent in
,their pock.ts. : .
.' + '^- ', ." : ., -: + ".\ / '"


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WM.& bOilE,
WATCHMAKER St JEWELLER,-
R ESPEGTVULL iuforms tha CitizeftS
of Jacksonville and its, vicini'tv,, that
he has permanently located' limselff here,
ando0ffers his services irkthe above Jne-uof
b u sin ess. ,' :-: : ... ,


Sprovidnllce;. R" .; and- 100 Testaumeins
to"the United-: Sated hi Cn'litllt ion
T re elst of BiIlea; and TrIstaipnnts during
Itel'eyear, "atnounts to $2,173 66. This
-xcolleint society his now 'ilie thole of
IlMh iiv !f New York'lo Slppily wih tlhe
"H(;ly Stripture!*, hcluding Suiduy schools,
Seamu '&.-N Y. .Comu. Adv.

THoUGHTS or ,PovzERTy Awo'RIcuIS.-
S''Mlch iswatitiir hose "who seek much.
B "H wra ce i. -. "
Carte and tljirsBJtor uiKore Attead a greow.
-: .ingf-riu,,e;--J&. i.!
...1 tthoil".iit -wvill stei'1tb thee ni abuid'a iee..a.Democn-

-tihou shalt live aeconrling to [he iw-
;.+ ceeitit of'.thy IIaIui <, ihtoui shati~llt n ieve
.lineoor; ui-itlwliiin 'Aud. ihiiny deieclnine
t hy waaUtl hou ,,halt iuuver be rielr'iSZSene-
"0 ,* + l +* : ,' -*
Never oppnd against your inclination.-
; j D r J o f#f in : + : ':" '
Nuveralnticippate -inertain profits.-Old
I N J!^ev4'r.pirchnlean nilijeccssary article
e st-'n U wui i'ceaf,.'-riarfcin. "
S Tliese grenlt pos-sea iomis a'&e the things
6thittiiake dyilig-im terrible.-C,arles-/ V.
tRiibes are- iil cooiely Ibr I) itggi.--Son
:o Sira ,. .
The riol inati is wise ill ha .own donoeit.
Riches pr, ifil, not in the dny of wrath.---

S- Agood 'n1114 is tatIlet o i.... chosenithan
..gi.mt rdic e.,--/6. ., '
/' Riche's friainly, make ..themselves
Wing; tlt/y'Hy iwtyIt as all .oiigle to hea'v-
Li.tnot thi .rich.fli' glory qi '(trichies.
+ +
It rl,'hes |ncr,!'a~setolinimeoit heat UliuOn

then.-- V Timst not oil uncrtdm ri'les.-Picn?.
4t,is eI asieprafcr i mt to 0 io tro gI
-*t e qeet f ,,ee t .. la i rich inalit 4h"
: -e9lter .i^ .he kiugdtoiii o! G;dl.-Je3us
*Christ. +"


PRIcCE ALBtRT.-.- 9a1Ssl'auim the particulars coiic rneumig Priuce u Court House in the Town of Jacksonville,
Aibert,the kiulg couiisirli, ald like Jamest-,, on thursday, Appril the 9th, A. D. 1840.
tile royIul'puet, miay perhaps care to 'kniow Present-the lion. JoH, L. DoGaorTT, Jndge
that lilt countellance of his Hlighness is HarrrisonIt;. Blanchard,'
rouiidi, ali devoid of cuior;, the li'eh'adl S tephen Edy, ,.
.... ". .. james Mathews, ;Justices.
molUderate itW greatest reIudiLh nIelUg lUbove Washington M. Ives,
thie outL-r uiigib'oi the eyes iriiliu1g, pro- Stephen, D., Fernandez,
ectiolls wherV IltretlologIsis place tie or- u
gallis of I.lu slUal order.' r iie haiw orn DIVISION OF THE COUNTY INTO. MAGISTIAITEP,
oai'aiatil t aud utireiy of"l the otrehead is .ISrRICTS, to wit:
iiOt Vhat iS its-riied lad')r'bItL is of a gliglit JacksoftriUe District._-Bounded on the
bie', much like hiat.of 1i1r1 Majesty. 'Tie le north by t Kig s Road,'. to Trout
bWoms are broad, ai the h iiiu r uigle, aiuU but creek Bridg;. ^"ne dow said _Creek to
all~llty iigl't, he yei Cleerll ll X-the River St. Jlobhl. anid up said [River, :up
o..ghwy -1rilhed. The eyes cierlial m e.. x^^^
McGirt's Cre'ek, to tile Nassau Coiunty line.
.-l ai aU i g'eni 'iuzt~t, mirlU lt'Ot ^Vassau District.A+-1 the Cunty of Du-
-la~rge. tbi ;losc raiiier iulog, with a ~ligltt val-below Trout Creek, -North'of St. Johns
Ak.-piesimuo below le britil,-alid tiniulher River.
'rifeta-till0e wifil, somewhaiLaiihiarmIinpto Blac Criek District.-All the Couniy of
hile 10 itthaot fthu late 'Lord Byroni. I.1.e Dural South of MeVGirt's'Creek, Ind West
Iliii'l h I6 1 iso, i'iite' the, lips v viel colored, rof 'St. J.ohns River. '
Surlliited 6Y 4 tj aiiir'OW,Billql't Iltuuacilcs.l l --nadarnit ri or Juiiqngton Disrict.-All the
WiiIeIl, whittvim brows anid eyelashes, are 'Comunty o, Duval between Potsburg-and'Ju-
raillfb "ighter ih-.tmii ttli r-the ijair--t1 fig- ington Creeks. "
Ure his,111 "i e* i- 3"hght ano tai t; rjt V o Dis(ict.---A the-Cotmty oT Duval
Su hObet.veen Poi.sburg.Creek and the Oceani
11isCi~ tl s Oft(I., Uls11 MoUvemnLu I-Ordered, That the following .t r ons be
ive..:^.>h1. i-heiuuld e1 tt h'ihtrislis appointe'd,- Assessors of Taxees for' Duval
(Aieen. Of her leatwe4 tile wuld bas County for the present year,,to wit:,
'of tliI i'Oli o l~eaiiiltibt prainae to tihe Jacksonvile District,--I STEPHEN D.. -Fz-
ilufitii cuiogy.-Pillialdeipiia Gazutie -ANC& ;z, iz;isq. '
----, ... --. .- Nassau .District,--JOu-r.BROW AD, Esq.'
^^ *^ ^ ^ ^m Bl'ack reek Dit'ict,--JA" ML rrHEVwS,
' 'i ," " J ~Esq.
------~.... -..-- ---- '--.Mandarin 6r J ulington District,-At, EX-
TU )SDAY,APRIL 21, 1840. AN .'CniTcH'tori, Esq.


PACKET BETWEEN GARE'S
.E RIY AND -HA L.ESTON,
VIA+JACKSONVILLE.
i ,THE FAST SAILING SCHtOO-
Hi^NER WAtARIOR, Capt. Z.
SWILLEY, will, run regularly be-
ween ihe above places. 24--{
Mar.'!0 : ,


LIST .OF LETTER
EMA IN IN G in thePost' Office at. Jack-
"sonville Ist day oi April, 1840, and if
not taken out i-n i Three months, will be sent
to Washington as dead Letters:
A Wm J Harder'*
Ss "AXIdrioh 2 F A Huson
l P' Aristfrong 2 I


,!


%L QGK$


S L 'Burritt 4
Nehemiiah Brush
W A'BrownI'
Aarnl G Bucks
I Buiih
J Bush
Mr Barns
J W Bryant
Jackson Bird


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Pablo District-JoilHN417. Cox. Esq. Messr's Jvertson & U
.Ordered, r1 hat in addition to the ferritori- James Eubank, '
Tax now le-ied by Law, to be-applIied to JaineS S Elsie 2
Younty.purposes, the following shalt'be:add- r F ,
.d: Darius Ferris
h all cases h;ie a Bowling Alley Duncan Ferglxson
shall be attached to a RetaiLStore Jas Fogg .
of Spirituous Liquors, the addi- S ) Fe :nandez '
tioWdl.Taxof M$25,00 i Fox
t, poih e0ery Frbe Man of Color, 50 .Hiram Ferris
J1111n every Four hi heeled .Pleasure .
Carrig,,.1100 Miss Elizabeth 'Gare:
he 7le'rritYIal Tax, viz: Wm Gorden .
Jpon every ietailer of Spirituous George W Griies
Luor, '.Ki 25,00 tt, Gary-
lpoUn every Eilliard Table,, 5-0 5 Samil Gragg
pen-iawkerand Pedle's, r 85,0 J H Gunby
Jpon Exhibitiois and Shows per 1 -
day, ,:. 5,00 Messrs Hamhilton <,C
missionsos .6n Auction Sales as D W ilubbert
now provided by Law. Miss S A Hraison
)pon ewvry Acre of-First Rate Land Wm a lHarris
One Fourtihli ol ta Cent; upon ev- -Miss,-S A ilogarns
cry .-ere of Second Rate Land,, Jas looper
"O]Eighh of" a Ce'itt, z-upon ev- -Jas H-uto
' ery Acre of" Third Rate Land, OneI ,
Sixteefltii of a Cent.; upon all- NOi
L,,ts withn theI hmhits of any- 'Weeks aft~rdi
TOVv, V i I V leo,. c I ity, the sum. 6f X W made to te *e Hot z
.'i w daalat Cenls. on evvry Jydge of _he C
-utidred D dollars (f valuetlhero,' dh
of. exciu sVe of lhe ImpkovemelitBi s ounty, for L T^e's
:bu'.lt tl4t-t.:6I; upon every Slave. -the E st at edof .'- L I
rver the -ge (>of'Tifteen \ ears, Anln4 dec40e .
and uni.r Fifty, ihe sum of Aprl 14, 1&40.
Twelve and a Hlm fCenti '


B W Bean
Mrs'Louisa J Burritt-
Mrs M Cruise
A Conovanisas
Thos Clawbon
1 W .CGtx
D
,Joseph-Daven~port 3
Cy r as D ay
E


Owinat o he abince ofthe Editor
i ^ 3 ..- ., ,
tIhv ADvOCAT E7 begps (.4l Is r<;e hth
kii idiulgocte. i e ly excusiiitg thi tick "f
eminial mtlaclter uii il6 col-Olu s, ulial hi-pe

tihat Ihey wiii fiidi more tlanum mi eqiivateiit"
inume a i.p%.rior c'ltatrt; erd l elie aeit;Toil s."

INDIAN NEws. -Abont the :-th if stant,
ilei .lavottti tl~liiiillou oil. Gales5I
L uti.-Lawton, uve )tritii- tFi' at'
receeility re-esitallisliheil, hU a .It outl I tild
amI\ i'rvsh-I di,/.ni it iiri li the initedialt
li-iglbllothootof tle-l'ust- They in lloowed-
i- troll riii fc1itie di~silicel but suawv eieiilalis.1
They, howevel, lUiniil aio611se, belonigiig'
wt a\ o~talllifter, lwhoi. hurd b iiitc li Inuiusis .ti~inUt .13iii deitli'Oc>^^d a' coriit
l|lht,-uiild (scovc-'ur aib tti iu igkautbib-iid-

A.. Fori K 'tog,rt.i.I ,(H rI', r'eee tly, n iarfy
'.-llilihaisl j i ui ll! ; CO' ta l ck liir:sii wt,,-., -ntm -
'S t n i l oi i ud' k ,. iii t l i- J l i Ji S ,i "s l r itd i< : + ; ";
1- 17"ikfl d 4 o al ,k,
rtii'..-. etld th i' c'l'ltfipluri iW'* t1 'Im'-.tir. \Vi (+i St'ii h iiit.ol-!
i .1 I- : >. l ^* tL 7 I1.'1*M / lt ^ -


Pny'ery toa r,;m;.rkaible dgr,'e plOSess-
,'S tln">',wr 'i utf-p.'rltetn m imo 'The
overr' .,, Noilt;A k11w u' l. ol tuve. y but
those vh<'4hyvAff;,lt *t-ll',.
)strst n,,t .ilh,; Lord whei thoii ,irt
S.,,'_-. 'a~' 4o i, a ,,. '


A LL persons are
ma-nnr, with. m
SpiriAllOU -' liquorsa, wit
from myself, Mrs. W
agent-;'as any person
ecute.d to the extent
April 7th 1840.


"ICE. '
tu.e, applicatim, wil bhe
norable JoHiN, L. DOG-
,ou',ty Court, for Duvai
ol Aominiatration- on
M -SIMONS, Vale ofS-tid
J.AM. PILEVAT.

r~icE. *;
forbid -trading, in any
y slaves, r-i,|,cially in
tlout writte-n .peraission-
Iarren,or.my authorized
- so doing, will be'pros-
of the law.
JOHN WARREN.
28--3w


* T liert-, i hiltrtii .k",l li'l o,,f plo pr, y ti
:]i:i~h greati'i t l 's;^ ',,d%*ow)^~.
' T oH i' 0". itt111 .'11+ ,i1.ill'-e? e i'^ h l'ri r>"i
nrlIh liv ld w u l died'll,;..,'f-ht ]ivcrly\ lit-
lung. ed c-I~j H.v ir ih; t t ih.k-i i' .' tw poor
'o f"lOullw


JERK'FnS OFrICF-,
[1l, val'Counlty, ss
1, ISAIAH D.. ART 'Clek of the
.unity Court fur the Counity aforesaid,, do
tereby certify that the foregoing and abov.
S a true-tran cript from the Record now, in
;iy chw n rge.. + "
"" i witness "whereoof, I have


hereunto set my haInd,
aitd affixed the Seal of the
0said C'urt, this 10th April,
ls40
ISAIA1- D. HART, Clerk.
29-2w


I-l :,tl~ n~''*v i~ui, nl ~ il'it ii y" ^ i rD Il n'.'ll
'1 tkl 'i in.'t r iii i ic i % + c i -, t t ltc '. ru l ; i t: 'flo ri, vwe ll
tlu'i!tud,3 %\," v(A i y b.!iJQv* woulk d 'lnd(L ii
norrIii(, l!i'>< ll't i %t a \vaf. -
', (tor s ul i t ouhl t speaks truet,
th.at t (lA', l ,inliira ." *y orl (,' itn tii~itiiliio ,. C
~l~ r, \dvl .,, ih;thavt b.1\c pt;-,y, 'uan d
f1 r4 't.0 1 ii fl ..ft) k iiovlL0( (L'e,l1 y ?,- tlixO l-. n
ihtli;)o au sufifi nri,,.,, tul- it, k m urtritni" -t'i~ip li., .
MW b >u.,Ith
's.titpply th1ll 1 M% ,., t'toi..wiiti 1)cow(ir, iuti
it ti- h lls, 11ii tlifT, wiiil vklu*y, -Omi t'ry7ourlI
e'DOLi.lg it" 'inid tin't w itlic'liitclyuve-, n ot he-
f'orv*b t iio otar'"/ais for (t'Oitectioui.-
Levt Htb(; biOW"t b ,i' ibek ii<'fW .trOi iie'
iitt'ur siy lor iiU S 17C.'-uiitii will ce'use to ex-
ist. ItA tibe '!o~vicug,: ga4ic" lby iri-cenl-
<>piaiiitioit8, li'i'rv nntu tii tl fi"iy i" inuiiitli "'d i
;Ate Itciiui ,1aitl o mr-blt-e -tlien ioii. T tile homle of .'hyfivo'e iood- I
suckttr, will ttu ioiig'cr be viehtiiig place
.of 41giuiveis aill-vagtbond, ibut will eipriitg
i.1it ttiiu l l 1hKli.,lti m 4ii Ijei> I ru- in aiil l lih


NOTICE.


SIL.S.

apdl 14


S ix weeks after date, I will apply to the
ILonormble, the Judge of .the Comity
Court, bfr Alachua Co'nnty, for letters of
Administration m wthLe Estate- -t6 JOHN Ni-
ciIriSoN .s Mu:RAc,-late of aid .Countyj,.-de-
ceased. A. McN'ILL.
Mar .21, 1840. 28--6w


/


A'DMIUNSTRATOJW'S SALE.
o N the -7th of May next, aKt"Garey's Fer-
ry. will be sold at Public Auction, one
iNt-groMan, and the Stock" of Cattle be--
loug-ing to the Estate of, SAMUEL Y. GtF..Y,
ate, o Eaid County, deceased. Said Negro
Man is active. intelligentt, and a good l-ous'e
Servant, understands cooking, aud Would
make a good hand abomt a Fanr-u.
OZI0AS,.BUD1IN GTON,


S'. -NOTICE-. -
IX WEEKS AFTER iR DATE,.I will.ap-
. ,ply to the Hon. JoHN& L DOGGETT, Judge
of the County GCylrt of Duval Countyv,, for
Letters of Administration- ou., ithe Estate of
P H A RSON CAMPBELL, Ilate -of said.


Cou-ity deceased.


S......... ,............... .... ....- JOHN G. SMirH, DANIEL DUFF.
iieutiy of' her |egitk mate glratideui midtlier... A~dmhinistrators. Jachson ville, March 24th, 1840 .26-G-6w*
now 'deserted-s il would bNcomie the nur- GAty's FEttY, 29--w T BE RAFFLE ,
sery of itidustry ald interlIgeiice.: May Aprl th, 140. SPLENDID BRONZE- MANTEL
Goi speed the lay, is our febrvenit pw'er. r., A CLOCK, the oiiozinal cost of which
In the name,and by the authority of the Ter- was VO300,00, will be raffled when the chanc-,
-.. ritory ot Fl.rida. .es ae all taken up. THIRTY CHANCES,
Mr. LANCASTEL's SPEECH.N-We coir- -By order of tfie Hon. JOIN L, Dor Y, at$5,00 each The Ct-fk may be -seen at
mend to' the r rernotice, adcarful. J~ud of the County Cou~rt, for the. Colinty Dr 1.As' Drug Establishment. 26--tf
-of Duval, the twenty-ninth day of J tine next Marcn.24, 1840.
perusal, ttie Sliehee of Mr. LANCASTR on is appointed for'-proving the Noncupative f
"ied-m". Will 01 C "ARLES F. ,tDlRR E late of COO NST [A1 LE SA-LE.
tilegl'eat':qV". tioiil ot Divitl~ioijptibi~ishe,. ll Wil ti -YL. F ju D, :-' V i R 'TV E x- .... -! o.;l writs fie r ,;o<
-. -, : said C o unsy d ceased N ow be it k n ow n '-\ V 'u K 1 .^ ot s",er'it..lts +e<"c a ,
-to-dayts ispuer. WVe thuik it conitUrn 1li- ,- .:th.t ths -ei:atim issues to call in the Widow B sued iut of Ju -tie -BURNETT'S Court,
fiormiition that- slhouti forever .settle the',or next of kin of the said CHAitLBs -F.i/As;_ at Whitesille, -Duval County, East Florida.
ulle f n tr.- ha rnr ..s ....._.. ofkin thecebe,)an allpersons interested, PoseatPublieSale, in Jacksonville, infron,
exposition -ol i'e1 rihts. and -reat o.der diat they, my, on the said day, at bf the Court House, on Saturday-the th day
-- -; ".' ill ~t'(l ll ii ut, 'J- ,iV, ; I of J ...., o a k on fJu-ne nex t, betw een the hours of !.0o'oclock
gUarat ty, reflect m uch credit -upon) Mlr. -the Court.lfouse, in the Town of Jackson-, .. Jn .of..o c,, ...
1 .. \_ _[ mh. --a ileonte st the same i fthey- think fit, A. M. and 2 l'clock 1R M. of that day, atll
L, anicaster, and evmeesmuch iidndutny and vesse' D.'C rk Righi Title and Interest, of CHARLES
extensive re-.search.. We hope- that all of our sa.dCourt, at the. Court. F.,AUFDE.H IDE.ia.crtain lot -fLan
o ~ '- be i ed f" .. .... s ,. -He sou in Jacksonvi~leiforaid ituatod and described as follows, to wit.-,
Who ish it e inore of the grounds L.S.n Jack se Sea on the said Court, -Eriht Acres, more or less, in Lot No. 4, See
I11PO) which Divisionisclauimed Will give th s -, this 20th dav-ofiril, 1140o ti, ,. 13,, Township No. 5, Range 24, to
documentt m fnutotntive perusal.. ISI3H D. -RT, Clerk. gelher wire one Liquor Store, one Tenpit
= -.. C xs-, FFicE uval ounty,ss; Alley, and, three Dwelling Hous hereon ;
-Be, i re. elabered th.nt 1.. S afA rrD. lyitog withih halfamile ofIGAREY'S-F)ERR
E:RATA-The speech on e t p 'T Clek k"Of the County' Court Ror the enC S a to r eert

,,... -. ,, : f Vounty atoresaid, do hereby-cetify that the C A.LESr'.. AUFDE ., E t satisfyy several
of Ibis paper, need-s the following cori-c- te oiia issued in my, udgments andcost of suits in favor of Con
.' ', - Il ** e. -rad Depish and John N ,- ighbo_ s.
tiO~ii+ "" o~ff In" witness w~hereof I have THOMAS BRANTON-, Goast.
. 2d column, l1th line from the bottom, hereunto set my- h-and, and.. prl 16,"1840..
be, a d d + L.T' L Seaused the'Seal of thE said NOTICE. "*
II ater to. I") Court to be hereuntoaffixed SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE, I will aj
. 3d -column,'6th -line'from the top, *fi' this 20th day 'of .Aipril, .1840. plyto the Honoable, the Judge of the Cobn
m IS4l1AH D. H&IRt', Clerk. "ty.Court, of the County of Aachua, fo Ilet
mtonhments, read tmulm nts." .: April'21 ,0 ters of Administration on the Estate ofELI
r 5 ; fm i + : n JAH-. QUEEN, late of the said 'Countj
." 5th., m, Ih 9th linef"- t eO, bottom, ld Newspapers for sale at thii Office- deceased. JON M. PRVATT.
for "amounting" read 44 amount. 'Price ,Fifty cents per hundred. April 9,18t0. ,t6,
\ / .. r i 8 4 0 --