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Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1834
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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BY AUTHOBiTY.. ono week after the commission of tboo'eDC. propriated to the support ot schools ; and otherwise it shall and may be lawful; and inconsistent with the pioviiion of this ;. 1 t. P
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the Judges aforesaid together with the the summoned
trustees
JIiiif" or a majority ol act, ba and tbo same are hereby repeal : t {
to issue his warrant against the offender Commissioners aforesaid to be by them them, aro hereby authorized to fill all ea. 't t

and his effects, and upon conviction appointed shall have power to act, and i such vacancies in such manner as shall Passed>> Feb. 15th 1834. ..' ,. .
thereof, the said magistrate shall award ire hereby constituted trustees of the be pointed out by the bve-laws and regulations Approved, Feb. l6tb, 1834.e '. : :
Judgment and execution for the same, School funds in their respective 1 Counties of the trustees ararelaid. : t,

iu double the amount oldie tax directedby and that no monies shall at anytime Passed Feb. Sih. 18S4.Apploved. AN ACT to provide for the completion I !!
this act, and for costs at in ordinarycases be drawn from the said fund but Feb.14tb 1834. of the C' lol. It : rII

the said suit Jo bo prosecuted in by special warrant .for the same to bo Sec. 1. lie it enacted by the Cover- "
T I the name of the informer for the use of granted by the Judge and Commission. AN ACT to provide for the more effectual nor and Legislative. Council of the Territory :'f
L ws OF THE TEIIKITOEYOF the Territo.)'. ers of the County uhcie such fund shah collection of tho Revenue.<< of Florida, That there shall bo !
FLORIDA. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That nave been raiseJ ; and HS compensation, Bo it enacted by the Governor and appointed three persons ty: tne Governor t I r

AS ACT in elation to trading with all fines and taxes thus collected by such for their trouble, they shall be entitled Legislative Council of iho Territory of of this Territory constitute. a ': j

Slaves.Bf I magistrate, shall be by him paid over, to reive five per tent, on the amount b Floridu That in the counties where Board of Directors, wh..o duly It shall : s 1.,
it enacted by the Governor<< ants I lone half to the prosecutor, and abe oth of all wonie. received by 'jjf.s.. (here lads not teen assessed and collect be superintend the erection of Iho' I' .
Lie sUi 'e Council of the Territory eat! i (to the county court, of his coun Sec 6. Bu it further enacted, That: ed a Tcrritoiiiil tax, fur the years tight- Capitol,'and cause the same to be built )i.
fSiidx, That from and after tits first I I'ty, to be applied to such purposes as the"1 1i in all enmities$ whom no system of pub fcti bundled un of April' next, il shall not bo lawful i, said court nm> order and direct for the1 I schools has been adopted the Judge bundled and lliiriy-lhtcc, or cither the Legislative Council or to make '
fcr dv UN ttave' or laves 10 trade and tat f : benefit of said county : but nothing in I f and trustees appointed as "boye. nriy: of' l\y\'" said yearn, .there. shall l Inr thoycur such changes as may by shorn be deemed ," t 1f I
this net contained, shall be so connrueo if they deem it advisable 1834 be assessed and collected double
f c io, or sell any of the following ard.cles. pay over tu a expedient and be approved by the 1,
to tilt : cotton, sugar, syrup, 0.881''H .- a. to exempt any person or persons haying I the principal or trustees of any schoolor taxts a full acquittal of.ucfi arrears; Goverucr : Piovided, however that ;
+,t i, corn, rice, fodder or meat ;- i pt id the fines hereby imposed from academy whatever such monies as, and if hereafter, from any cause, the rubs change nfcll not increase the cost : .i
And tlsoJ owner, overseer,. or oilier paying, in addition, any act imposed. by may have accrued from said fund, and. county. courts shall Nil tu appoint k tax of!builuiug, tey"na the available meant r :
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jjtfeall life a written permit toM the authority of any city or town, by that such privitte school or academy assessor or collector tor their respective j| the Taifaluusco fund. I' V
p t'r>Hr or slaves. to trade Or tragic in, virtue of their charters of incorporationand shall take charge of such number of,pupils coun i ie*, as> required by law l or il S,e. 2. Be it further enacted That ; *'
)t4i. any of the foiegoing articles, the provided moreover that'iuch show as that their tuition hill not exceed any vacancy shall! || happen such offs the ft.iu board or any two ol iheia shall +

a.&i4 or new; oveiseer, or other person soc4"rs4Dg as are prohibited by any city ordinarcf the amount received Com said fund can of ihe itvtuuiu uuy couiuy in hate power to draw upu the Commit: "1
t thin bo liable for each and shall not bo construed to bn authored, which pupils thall h be selected by the said this T.>,iritor>, io any Year before the iouer oflhe City ol' Tallahassee formonry .

trr such ofieace, to be indicted in hp i within such city limits, by reason of a Judge and Commissions from the rev* taxes ol'>uch county hull. have been MS- i in tabor of the contractors'us the J.I
y Coun ; and il. convicted there license granted by any county Ju.tico j L-r.1 l tutvnshipn, in proinnijii| to tho sensed or collected, it shall be the duty wail of said Capitol,; progress, and ,: '
- sfTu-II r-.joi be fined in sum not exceeding Of the peace I number of children: said townships, lithe of ilie Jude of the said couuiy court, 10 thin I said cuoiujiMioner a his I pay all such .

sti hUUd ed, nor less than fifty dollars, Passed, Join. 28th 18S4.,. I cf/iilirfifed! in such kchool Mcndemy I"-o' .' d I lorihwiili to make such ..ipputntui&iii dralu out of any money he may have in I
Krctiun of the Judge. Approved, Feb. lOlii 1834. : J J'i for the cell ..f one Y'III, and niht-rs 1 to 01 fill such Vacancy dud ins, n s 5.u :. Be it further enacted That t be cho.f'n and) schooled annually, regard : surh outer or oflkfr of the revenui.:, s.* winch, drafts, whin propeily receipted j
from .ud 41'- -r the first day of April AN ACT concerning Iho Auditor uud I briughlwrys; had to the available pro appointed, to t'fucced| to .aiel or collect snail be his sufficient vouchers therefor.

t, every pet mit given to any slave to Treasurer of of the Territory of I cerd of said fund. the taxes of tucii county, and pay Sec. & Be it fmtbar enacted That t (
tr&e? or traffic iu, 01 tell any of the ar- Florida. Sec. 8. Bn it further enacted That the samo into iho 'rlC USUfY of the Terr the said board shall have power io contract I i
tides. Iu ohibtted by this first section of Be it enacted bv the Governor add ill acts and clauses of nets that come Cory, a, prescribed by law, although with any' person or persons for the : ':
tHstct, stall be taken to be entirely) I Ir Legislative. Council of the Territory of within the meaning nnd provisions ol the time limited for such assessment or building afore.aid, who should enter io '

.;4 and illegal and if any person shall | Florida, That the Auditor be ttjlowcd t ibis act be,'and the samo sue hereby re collection mayhave; transpired ; and if to bond payable to the governor and ji
fcifiNflloi 1" hwelf, or by his or herself Four Hundied Dollars: addition to his I pealed. .' lion any cause it shall so happen that no his soceMors io office in double the amount -

er tj his or bet servant e>r agent, pure&tte J salary for the year 1839 in full consid Passed Feb. 15th, 1834. Territorial taxes shall have born asSes* of iho contract, with secuiity to t
trust 1. or trade or traffic with any eration for extra services which ho hasrencered Approved FeL:. 15th. 133 4. sed and collected i in this Territory, in be approved by the said board of directors I .

:late ot slaves, for any or either. of the in settling the arrears due the -- any year hereafter, it shall be the. duty conditioned fur the faithful l Iud II .tI.
articles pionibaed by the first section; of1 Territory, under the provisions of enact AN ACT (10 incorporate iho College of of the assessor and collector, and tiny punctual performance of the contract so !I.:

f4Hl."', he, she, c>r they shall be liableJ t approved February 12th, 1832 and I'cnucdla are hereby required, to assess und col entered into as 'aforesaid : Provided :
fer every such offence io be indicted''I! for transferring the samo into tho booksof Be it enacted by the Governor and"cilla&ivu led, for the next succeeding tear, double that if either of MId directors shall be a 1

Itfere the: Supeiior( court, and if con i the Auditor, and preparing the accounts ., J Council ul lie Territory of taxes ; and pay the lama into the cornea contractor, ors security for ft t ..
tined tbesr-of shall be fined in a sum, and transmitting shim to tile Florida, That John A. Cameron, Ash Treasury as rrpuirrd by law : Provided contractor, he shall thereby cease to bo ,
set, exceedi'.g on" thousand nor !Ie.. District Attorneys of the several Districts t gel Steel, Duncan L. Clinch, William thai tho offices of lessor and col. a director, and for Governor shall pro \:
Si' i one tiundrtd dollais. and imprison- t'\ for suit, as required by an act approved '1. Chase, By.d C. Will, Jnhu Caaip lector shall be filled by two distinct peruns. << teed to fill tho vacancy as hereinafter .

id for time cot exceeding six months, \ 17iii FebruHiy, 1833. b illr Henry ll>"er. Robert Joiner, Alex provided. a j' 1
..ti,.rt tit lilt judge. Sec. 2. Bo it further; enacted, That ender J. Ualla*, J.unot M. Mlniob, Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That Src. 4. Be It! further enacted, That .
i/u Sec, 3.I.It it furth* r auacted:: That UIH TaxMucr: ol tin Territory be allowed llun; ,on K -H>.. I..:iuc Hul.o D, .aria the judges ol'fhw. several roomy courts, in case of the death, resignation failure :! K.' *

Uvnjf ilull buy, accept$ ot 'f'eete hi like iDtinntr, Four l1ulldrdD..lh.ol. D.l Weights i Wulki'i \n! I'f'C'D, J.imcs shall lure authority and they are hereby to act, of any of the said board, or vacancy : .. :
ptrkou slave grain, extra sci vice s performed by Blight, Georpo W. B-iikley, Walter required, when it shall be necessary, to from any other cause, it shall be J ''
:Jroai money ,
prutocf, or any other uriittr any of value' other I him m his office, &JUI rug !In same period. Utegory, J"hn U. Paiker nnd Iliomas hold a court in chambers, for the purpose the duty of the Governor to fill such ''., ; t a

tUa 'bate Vlob.bi.d by she first ,fI(lion Fussed Ffb. 14LI 1834.AtcztayED Ulouiit, end their suece.stns in oflicoi of examining and allowing to the vacancy or' vacancies. S }
ind hereby declared & con tax collectors of their respective, counties Sec. S. Be it further enacted That '
of this ad without a permit from she Febsuai)' lith, 1834. <', they ate Hi t '
the control of said th ve, diluted ii body, corporate and politic, their list of insolvencies and over to enable the said; .commissioners ie meet 7' .::': 1;" "
feftea having the" and style of iho Trustees charges, and determining tho rate of such drafts is ,be drawn aforesaid ': '
said .lavc to di> k of said AN ACT to piovide for reining out the by ngme may as .. ,
UHburizitig: pos he ho School Lands in this Teniiory. of the College of Puisacola ; uud all commissions to be alluwcd them fur assessing by ibe said directors, the sid board i I :
thence. or atiicle of value, >< .01 Bo it enacted hy the Governor and such shall be cat/able und liable both und collecting arid certify the are hereby authorized and empowered, ,

tftry sa CMvicti&n$ before the superior. Legislative Council: I 01 tho Territory cfFlurida in 1 Ira and equity, to sun and be sued, imu: to enable the tax collectors tu settle to sell and dispos't} of the North-west .' .
MIl, sh. .U bo fined in a sum tint im ex That the Judges of the several to 1 plead and itaplradcd, nnd shall their accounts with the auditor in tlb" quarter of section.. Ihtriy-six, township i e .
dollars
cee&ef one hundred and and to make all limo tequited by law : Provided, that one north .
months Coifhty Courts nf this 'ren itOI y shall l have power authority range one, and west, hrta
pfiseued Dot exceeding three t is soon as practicablo, appoint three bye.laws and regulations! as rosy be ne- the said commissions hull not excttd fore e-ppjcpnatcd to for purpose of building ,
taf they \ ;
Sec. 4. Be it frthf enacted, Thatif of said College Provided cent for collecting.Sec. deem most and I I i ito '
; may bhl..daapteCI
per
.. where proper I
district, and any County may not \'
"if.>u a..tt. him or h ..**!If.! or bv8tt 3. Beit further enacted That he benefit
aliI be (
p t bn divided into 'distiici; *!!, I.' iippoint l & said such byelaw* and reguliliots not of the said Tallahassee ;"t- ,.
.ervatttoi, MgtHi, sill or bailer 10.Ii"f Commissioners at rim disneiKin of saidJudges repugnant to the laws of this Territory, if any tax collector. in this Tcrritniy fund : And to,effect.! the put poses oflha : t t.ct
i I' Utk' ntty vmou or 'piilhw shall fail collect the for his and the said ,
taxes
Hy fur ihu of inking cnnrgo and to the I 1.\1t and constiiutiou of the to countY commissioner shall nave t
liiiu! ,f* ut .ny dicriiilio, "trail of the ,Sixteenth purpose Sections*-said Com United State and pay tho same into the Treasury of full power and authority to make and '

ee& Wlprf..> lic 'use hum he person mmioticjs hold ihcir office for 'the Sec. 2. Bt, it farther enacted That this Territory, within the time requiindby execute such deed or deeds of; bargain, i j
to
brag the coatiol tf sanl shave: ouihoi* rmoftwu and until their suceetatr t ihc trustee and their successors in of. law, it shall be the duty ol the auditor sale or conveyance ('U fee simple as shall
!isiag S4id ..1.1'n purrhate the same, l
at, %'e or they so uflVndiiig, on convie4ie t shall be to rent out laid Sixteenth name of sire Trustees of the College of sixty dates slier such defalcation of such nude, as aJjDiesai( .J, 4nd fjie monks art* i '

t thereofbeiore' the superior court Sections for the let m of from one to five Pensacola ; shall and may have, and lax collector, to make out a certified account sing from such sale 01 sale! tai shjjll be pud ,. ,
rtM It fined in a sum no exceeding corporate seal, and the of such defaulting tat collector, into the hands of the said commisMonar. !\
with
a common
use
luuds
.*., 'hn idrd) dolUrs, and imprisonei) )'e.rC. and ,to slit tNkii or notes tame, to alter destroy or resume at their under the seal of this office, and to trans Sea 6._- Ba it-_ further___ _n__ enacted.. Ths.. ;f. t.

&o .ic-.* tine ihren months, at the dis security. 2.for Be it sanaeScc. further enacted, That pleasure ; they shall also have power mit the samo to .the district attorney of! the said directors shall commence ocary ; ,
Cffiios alt' 'hw j' -. district in which the of such into effect the J '
dg5c .,. shall publicly ndV&I..IO and authority appoint such professors the county I provisions of ibisact ; S
S. Be it further enacted, ThllaI..ct. said, Commission the 'time and place at which the and teachers and other officers as they tax collector lies ; and it iliall I bo the as snou as may be deemed'.dYisablft; .'
<*> .,a'It et acia he.rctoforo pass ; be offerred for rent deem evpcdient for than government duty of the said district attorney, to provided, that no contract shall be entered
shall may
Lauds ,
*4, co4ac tmg with the provisions of sid so police there of said College, and the lime to cause suit on simple motion to be instituted into or work :commenced, until r .
*i.. act, bn .H i the same is hereby re. giving at least twenty days in the remove from- office, when they deem it against such defaulting tax collectorand there shall be io .the hands of the com- '
I'>f i in at least thrco public places, expedient ; and also. to confer and bestow his securities, in the superior court missioner at least 6Vf e thousand dollars \ f t*:. w

hued, Feb.. 6ih 1834.APprtvr ., ,I TnWfnlb'I'' .De it further enacted; That annually) or otheiwise, such diplomas of the CountY in which such defaulterwas of actual cash : Provided that if such f
Sec 9. ,
r1, Feb. hilt 1834. : shall select on or testimonials of. scholarship in the tai collector, nt tho next term of contract be entrrred into befnr** ho
the laid Commissioners aforesaid a suit sciences, os the students in said College the.court for iaid couniyt and shall have next, cession of the Legislates Council,* y
Section
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AN ACT tax tho f acts School as and execution awarded it shall not into effect until it "
to imp a on pro and others may merit. judgement a* i go i is rc- ,
primrs or exhibitors of Circusse* i abUt number of acres in ono body think not Sec. 9. Bo it further enacted, That gainst the said t-x collectors,and his se- ported to the Council l and raceiva its t. r l'

ttsd other Shivs of amusement. in the to exccrd twenty as they of may SchoolHouse Illo.rustees shall bo, and aro hemby cur too>, with legal interest, without any sanction : Provided; also no such COD. S .,
of Florida.EsIt proper fnr the erection a tract shall be entered into until .
Territory ball made ablo and capable of accenting, delay four ;
e rted by the Governor and14ti'P ,' uhtiichsaid twenty acres and being iove.tedwith all the oa 4. Be it further enacted, That months public notice of the same shall I .
of remain unrest d and fcr such purpose holding fourth section oran! entitled "an be made in all the 1
act
Council of the Territory real and personal, the newspapers printrd .
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.Itr...,-v 1ia\l from and after the pits only) and they ball annually, on or be manner properly, privileges act to amend an act to .raiso a revenue I I in this Territory, r:
of fore the. first day ef the first term in each :all! donations Rifts, grants the of Florida Sea 7. B8 it farther enacted t' !. ,
p this act, a tax of five dollars per immunities whatever, which may belong for Territory approved Tha :
;
-f far each dsY on which the same year os their respective County Courts.of ,I I Io said College, at any time, or which February 12th 1832 bo and the same,I the Said board .may, {Ht be by thra ) h 3
the office
tef h exhibited iball be levied and make return upon oath to be convejed to sai4 trustees or their are hereby repealed.Sec. :i deemed expedient! and if,the lliaa be "i
**tatsd from each and every proprie- die Clerk ,>(tho County Court of all 1 may in office to have and to hold :5. Be it further enacted,. That :!, approved by, the Governor, appoint S '
sots ,
and I tutee:
5 Stor exfet&or of afty psblid Circus or their doings as Com mini oners trustees the same-free and clear from all and the 9th section of an act entitled "an act competent,and: skillful J person to /!dge .
".**rslKiwso leaf as far,* she, or they as aforesaid which return shall especially kind of taxation whether county, to amend an act to raise a revenue far?of the quality' of the materials, (furnished 'I ,
.....* present fall statement of all I every of Florida approved and ,Irt inspect from tirao tot ,-
i .ee to exhibit the same, at territorial, for the the Territory M true the r .
=' plus,, in any county in which lands rented, the term and period of each parish corporation benefit or and behoof of said list of November 1829, be in force for work done under_ the direction, of tho ;
case, with the Dime or names of the proper use, and succeeding year board such to receive 1 "
Ctrc.t or otbw show may be ex- the present every ; person .such rea.. I'
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Irate or Iesseos9 and tbo period of each College.Seg. sonable compensation Mi
not
That thereafter. exceeding
I. I. It further enacted Thai l lease of all) money received and expended 4. fie it further one, enacted annual, meet Sec. 6.. Be it further enacted Thai two dollars per day :whle! emPto Y ed.' t N 11i

k IIIIII! '!' tafl defy .f such' proprietor and on hand, of all debts or monies thctt!,shall be, at least for the ) the auditor of the Territory., shall be,ro- or two hundred and 'h fitly dollars per !t i |,
1r.....fOf' of inch Circus or other duo to tie School fund, and of all I Iether (Jing of the said'tr.u.tce. business, of said purport C.l* duired( j in each and every year, to em, annum, as the board may aw rd and the i I'

M.. sltaw, *r.re be thai! oped the matters connected with their trust,\ot transacting, the Pcnsaco!" or college lt l- body ttid rcvenuelaw_ of this Territory, Governor approve. of; 'to be paid ai_ part, .
;:rbi apply to the nearest aaagistrate Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That lefce, at the City i t of of which meeting, a majority which may be in force for the time be.iog. of the expenses! ol ,h* ,building, by the r >
where such xVtbimm if if any person shall hereafter knowmglya&d buildings; and:c aus e'this. same to fre printedand said commisiienor.
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:r. f said the trustees.shall .be a quorum 8. Beit further
.... be mtd for hceler"I- wilfully trespass t upon School of of the tranfmUted 10 the respective revenue Sea enacted, Thai "
a
Bet..... the ta.., &ad tuch magit Lsa4i, or ii'any wise l intrude upon the for tho transaction of should all business time,, oft ors for their l Instruction. the said board 61 directors shall. anno-. ; e''
bets ; Wales authority nndeitbo corporation; but if it at any enacted That ally hereafter within the first week of .
a u'teirilc Itch till for the Hat, by granted r should Sec. 7. Be it further I
STL hereby eapeweV ed to rtaMr" sea &betetafoto in force: l J0 this Territory happen, that sacb IDpualmcet'DI shall the fourth section of"A 1\ act to providefor I the session of the Legislative Council* ttttek .'

*** tfee.fmrtiber oWjo be-- she, or tb:jy, so offending, not be held' the said corporation fee dis- the speedy,settlement. of all ..r..nI '9UI'Dd prescat said Council a '
,, 'IM.I4Mt.t. gtaeled. lnM. bt liable to b* iodicted, end on not for that cause b e deemed be Io lawful due the Territory of Florida,approved report) of the amount ef monies by liens f

S, Bt kfortfew Htedl THe feeavktfofittobf; gnj lot exceediogfif Bleed' but it ball. 'IDa may ttscb acting, Febrniif 12th 1832 ;' and the fourth,. drawn for, io favor of she contractors,'
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V ".,......r or ex&fti-or of cey fe dfe4 d' ji-ji, with' costa before oa any other day, to bold have been do- lectionoP'Anaet to repeal an act.toprovide the progress ,made" in the building; i io
.. CitM Court of jurisdiction, in such manner aa shall for the aosedy.attleme of allarrears the sales of land and all other matters'and t
e>, shill extibtt toy compoteo. v
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Medse tteare. bt.... file... col8fdied tack. fitter,to ee appropriated to the ate dgared by the bye and. to case .f any duo the Territory of Florida andSrother'purpostf things touching the' objects. of this ''
'' Hid corporation, '' act. iSac. ..
ww hqilsrdtAe of thia act, asa .. .said Q ekeols exclusively. of I in.the approved February .
any t/acanclei oc rJiIC : lbrtbot ttiaatk..
it 'lh
1.ttaaid tts...t Ye .,. complaint "*. 5. 6e it further enacted That vacancy or dea\b wifattion! or 17tb 1839,, ,. and all acts as* part.ollctl 9 o ,
.... t", 'bllact..abIlD be ap- beard UMtcts, by I I
*. before.to on oath, tit" ,(Mi created by i .

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bo {osartod lo..a treat y ritb a foreign -\ son's anD)'. I was willing to take any only rentioe to lad esnamty for ,
t"lcutOis t"md.an'l' striking mignt bill I could I get, ala ono was reportedor lions sugared by AlBerical
: 'of tho ;1 got in their own language, citizens
of an act Logji-J of the Government ...
,where** by fir lee 9ili. and i important : tea the opiniow raions, in the EDgU.b.wbich East Florida alone. I thought an omit that which la equally du, toS;
,' liatiyo. Couu il.l passed Febiuaiy ad' Supremo Court in the caso of Arredon ud other pro onderitood and thus, admission of those of 1812 and 1818 l iards for spolUtio&s committed '"'
in the not on
.206 and 207, were tM.
1892 lots No. Tallahassee, bare do sad Perchemao, G and 7 Petert.lte-. frand which would disgrace an individual would Induce solo future Congress or by the citizens and authorities 0f
of ? by a
diiieotoiho.ciiy r..wNt.w A tits
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.. Timio 8. claim committee not precisely organized as republic, io violation of the
lover toil back to .tho! ..Terj t ArUfe; ? tt5puihority {! stipulate for the confirmation to the" per ,4 Government the most might sacred oblj.gallon an. : that was, io, provide for thorn t>f 1814. Iioasaad the existing law Of ... '
from. treaty.
lands when exemption
of the I.
to.rill the same for Iho benefit sous "in possession made The bill was called not quite a duo- observe that cot .
only
refers to to helpless, Impoverished 'I up you oaii thai
fund.Sr the word "ellas, feminine
Tallabaiico
ef iho rum present| and whilst 1 .aaspe.klog. dispensable basis of reciprocity J,5 '
in viduals.
c. 10. Be it limber enacted That "coucussious, meaning the, persons and not When Commodore Porter Invaded a I a member ran through the House, and common justice, but proposo (be L T
the Mid commiisiniier shall cause Ip be posession of Ibo conecinonr, and captured Foxar- told them that Mr. Adams said the diate cession of both the Florida :
the land which lanes most unjust interpretaiion Spanish province, b
copied upon parchment fromjbo origU I do tits Government of the United claims bail been paid. which two Spanish provinces { f
of would have excluded eeryolle' are ta
null on file in this office lire plan the in Tho bill failed three votes in the retained time United' ?
by
States instructed: our minister Spain by States ,
in t ;
of Tallaliassee and the addition 10e..tJ. title who was not actually possession ? a
city shall bo certified of the land. This constructionwas to otter iadomoitY for tho injury occasioned Committee of the Whole. It came up demnity or payment of what DU1apptl! ,
i whicli by "
he-same :
invasion. These claims afterwards, and it was explained that to bo due by Spain to American
and byltliat
eloquently citi-W
forcibly
and commissioner zealously ,
4 she the said Governor copies. to'be true copies of upon tho contended for,in the Supreme Cuurt. have been so long delayed that the very Mr. Adams thought these wero the according to the arbitration u{ ha, :0n'; ;;

originals on file in their respmtivo offices That high tribunal which has always delay is njivr$ pleading as,,n excuse for claims of persons in West Florida, nowa commission.

: and recorded In the office of the I protected the humblest foreigner againstthe not providing for them. part of Louisiana, occasioned by the "You cannot fail to admit, sir, tt
clerk of tits county court of Leon cnUDIY. oppressions of the Government, I will epdeavor to explain' how, and insurrection and invasion of the Kern this proposal, independent of its iltjlls-
.' pronounced the pretence unfounded & why theYh'' ere dclaled.DeCora pert, which has been paid for. Tha lice, is offensive to the dignity lad tao.

Pass-i1Feb. 13ilil8S4.Appioved give to the claimants tho true interpretation b8 nrgotiation of the treaty bill was recommitted by an almost unanimous or of his Catholic Myesty. II is IDjust'

Feb. 15th 1835. in their own language, in which it the Spanish; minister Don Oni, wrote vote. It appears from this that because it demands an iadeaaoiij or atu

.::: was satisfactory to their King and his to the Governor of Eau Florida to the Spanish inhabitants of Louisianafor- ticipated payment of claims yet to be
,or EXPOSITION 'I'IIE- 'h.iA'TI! /nimstcti, as welt as to themselves.The cause a list of the claimants to bo'tuado manly a part of West Florida have been proved and liquidated while, at tha
same thing has been attemptedin out, and evidence collected and perpet paid for similar i"j'Jtios ; that thoso of same time, it provides; for no corressoa '
i' ARTICLE OF TIlE FLOR the.. 9th article of the! treat"'., The uatcd as it was his intention never to agree rcnsiiuld have been paid for that of dent indemnity or I payment of' a bat spay*

'IDA TREATY. ., clause which "as intended to stipulate to a treaty unless these claims worn 1818, and that satisfaction, was tenderedto bo uc llttho United States to Spuisb

The tiraty nfih* 22J) Frbiuary, 1819 1 for the payment of thu unoffending inhabitants provided' for. Spain for those nf Foxardo. Those subjects. {
between' hit Catholic ''.aj"ty) and the of East and West Florida Tho trc4">was ultimately, concluded unfortunate people, who were injured Again at pago 62 : '
United States put po trd to bo, and was whose properly was dstioyed by the iu 1819. Tbe provinces were delivered without a color of justification are tho "As none of the proposals offered bv I

in fit intended, as declared in the pie* military foices of the United Slates, in 1821. The various provisions of only portion not to be compensated.This you provide any indemnity for the los. I
amble,"to consolidate! on a firm basis, without a declaration of war, is roado to the treaty and their execution, attracted subject is again 'referred to the sea and injuries caused to Spaniards nor
f ti..nd-hip had good cdncsjtondeqce! rend in English that the United Slates the attention of Congress in 1822, Committee of Foreign Affairs, and ono even mako any mention of ihun. : sod
t and to terminate all. their diflVrcncis will cause satisfaction to be made for '23, aud '24, and provisions were made of the members has signified a wish that as, by the two Ut propvsals, if ,d rot.
and pretcntions by a treaty." the "injuries ,occasioned by the late op by law for carrying them into etrect.At .-: some evidence of the demand *jf the ted, tho losses and ;Injuries 'ustai ned by
One, nnd not the ,least of the "differ- orations" i (the American army in the the first session at which Flo.ida was I Spanish Government shall bo produced. American citwns would be iadejbniigj

eat*s" between the two Powers, was Fioridas. The word late is then made' entitled to a Delegate ao act was passed 1 think I cm provo conclusively that and cdmpeiuatcd accoidiog to the with. *
the invasion, on the part of the Gov. by a still further refinement ol Govern 1 "10 carry into effect the 9ih article the Spanish minister in Spain? aud in tho es of your Government,,nd Spain woald J

eminent of the United States under a mental construction, to mean the latest of the treatY/' The act was as follows : United States insisted upon this stipulation consequently bo exonerated from all iesponsibiliiy -

secret PCI of Congress, of for provinceof or last% and confined, not to"tin Fin Mn act to carry into effect the 9th article ot i being inserteuTas a sire qua non to on this bead, it is their tint ,
Cu't Florida in the year 1812, and ridai," but to Wist Florida ; an IHVH the treaty concluded<<.l between the unitedSta'csanil8aiotbt2adolFcbrury the execution of time treaty itself.. I I the business would then bo settled sod
lit Riii'uvv occupation for eighteen; shun which actually occiiiird after th : 1829 Tbe various remonstrance's nnd corresppndencc i cancelled and there would be on necessity

month, when( Spain hud been so de o* term, of the treaty weir ugieril upon c"S...,.. i. lie it enacted by the Senate of the Governors nf E sit 't fur recurring arbitration.11

idled bv' NpoleonaiBiy that she WHSinrnpiUe and iho only invanhu$ of the ".Iu oi4'lt s i and lluusi of Representatives of the [ Florida against the military occupitiou i I .1.tin, 4t pigo 63 :

r.f resistence.nd incompetentto winch( the Ciovvii'miMit of the United United Xtattt of America in Cuts gas*11 of the province will br/found in cite ninth i|I autos *in Delation to the qaei-

declare .a cuiry on It w..r. Sim$ dernunced ,. Suites nil"m{+ted to jn tify. attempted, That the judges of the superior volume of Wail's State papers. In the 1, lion of iccipioc-tl indemnities it only
the act 81 u "Lwless 'pgif;" Th.'MI U no wind in thrt Spanish Ian com ts established at Si. Augustineand sumo volume. will be found thu letter ofl comprehends those respecting America
tior" an "auinurtftpl act of vi !cncoand gugeeniphi>ml in ili" '*. 9ih mticle uf ihotn Pensscola in the Territory of Flu the American commander stating I citizens, omitting those due to Us
:-- war, cont-ary to ho 'laws of nutiun. ',HY, uliicti signifies late. There was ida, ratpectively, shall be, nnd they are the inhabitants had fled beluro the invading I Cruwu, aDd nobjeca of his Cjtdolie
I:. find in violation fll l sub,i hling treaties.1' lIu mmive. for such a In uVl ion. There hereby, auihoiftcd and directed to recoivo forces, and that the "province Majesty This pUn of ad'smeat

The "pretension" of Spain, MS minifes- was no justice, ptoprii-ty, or policy, .n and adjust all claims, arising within would loon become a desert." The would amount tn the followfe oue{..>
t. d in nil\ the ifinunstranccs of her iu The.re was no it-ason why Spas the respective jurisdictions, nf the iuliabiiants cl.lmmiueo will also find in tho Slate Do 'Give me all I wish tn ask, and give op *

Govcrnoit, and in all the corrcspon* should not dt mand an indemnity for los- ut Said 1.l'u misery,or their rip parlment a :letter of Gen. Pinekney, all you may jimly cI.i'n. or sHov U
deuce of her ministers, wu, that ado '"s in the year 1812, for nn unauthoii* lesentatives agreeably to iho 91h> article who was charged with clip command of I yours." I am, however, perfectly' ptra
quite {iidrmitiiie) > should be mode for 'o! and wanton a gtt-sMon upon n weak nf the 'reiity with Spain, by which tho all these military movements, denoUn* suaded that thu n"tla,"- is nor era bet
tlry; v.d! this invasion'of West Florida cud. defuici-li: :** I province and therecould I aid Territory wan ceded to the Uuitcd 1 cing the conduct of the Government n your intention, or tit r ..f your Government .

'la thn 1P"8t4.. have been no cnnsideroti olr States. I thn United Slates, and declaring that and that, in making these prep>

The differences between the two policy or justice in iefu ing the one and Sur. 2. And be it further enacted, they must select some other, agent and i sals fir adjustment, your only object
Governrafnt commenced in ,'.<, .'x' .dmining she l other. This in all "M> afford me an opportunity make
tion ol the treaty nf! San. Lo ento el Real That construction which leads lo an shall! di'ci.la* in f"yor'It' t'.ie! claimants; such a course against the peaceful inhabitants : such at you mi;>hl consider: Just and a$.
of 1795, and continued to be the subject nbturdity must bo avoided. The gill the decision*,will tin evidrnro on which of n foreign Power, again: the ms>ibc.! "

of mutual complaint and recrimina article of the treaty means something i hoy SITS t fiuuti'-d. shall bn by the said j I lasts of ,tntions and in vioUiiou of existing I In another( l letter of February itiib,
tioa up to the period. of the actual con Those who di>nv its implication lo the judges reported to the Sccmtary of the treaties. 1 18 18, at page 07, the fullowiof is the
clu..i ivsi *>f Hit treat). By be terms of claims of 1812 nnd 1814, say it only I'fp.iMiiv Who on bf'inltlisficd thai This letter, with some movements language of the Spnish minister :-
thai convention, which. wa Intended to embracedthose of 1818. The tlio if and within the "The ot indemoities
priori- "ao p just equitiblt% European{ Powers, and the eel<'as e question can baattondca
settle nil tho matters in dispute from pie is then admitted, thai Spain did the su"'p onn-n! of the ight of depoie! mNiw mr.nd. und the United Stales did the thereof the Si' Giiveroment has
' arqui pay: mount lo person 01 ites to seek a redress of the grievances always been Willing
( Oilcans, the individual Spanish& cscc in the justice..of the demand, so far persons in wliaae favor else, S"HI'* is ...d.jud.ce complained of, against' his Catholic to give Joe satisfictlon for the lushes grid
r itthui-itantf wer transferred to the Uui- us lo admit that they would for lojfts d of s.ill the Tress in .
pay > out any money :Majesty a negotiation for the cur injuries su>t4iot H hy ciiiz-iu of this republic
; ted S."I..I.ld with the trans e. ol 'heir. occasioned by Hit invasion which our my not, othrrwitft MppicpiialodAp& [ cession of the Floridas, and not by the I aud committed by Spaniard,
, crau i\ and nllfgiitPCF. Spain was se.leet..I Government justified. .proveil MtrchS 1823 Liws s. of Ibo the
]- u. ruin inhabitant, who were in nowise <, contrary to lawn( nations and tha
:. I from all obligation to t'rott'ctlfld Tho treaty purports to be n settlement vol. 7, p. ICC.Tlii the causo of any one of these con, existing treaty ; but: it cannot relinquish
det"tp.i. ilirin.These of ;ill IIH| misers in dhpuie be,- act covet4 ihe whole article and Iliainat.I its claim to comnrchenn.. in tike nmin'r.f ._ _.
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people have bei-o loyal and sweep the two Governments ; and yet provides that the judges of tho superioi The negotiations commenced in 1816, in tile adjustment of iho s.s limes sad in*
'- faithful 'U\'j"CI' Of his Cniliolic' Allth'll here are two invasions of the provinces courts estiiblished; at .s'. and I1
Augustine I within a very lave period after use withdrawal j juries, such as hJtreen: 'mMiiied by
.... in nil the vicitiitodet,inourrec.onaand I of Spain not provided for, though tho i Pcnsacolu should teccivo these clumis, of the American troops from citizens and authorities of this republic,
; tevolu'ion* through which the province principle his been established upon{ adjust and it-port them. 'If Congresshad Easi Florida, and nat the 17th of August or trio Crowd and subject of Sp ain, i inviolaiion
had passed ; nnd shear was every well acknowledged rules of international for one moment have supposed that 1817 Don Jose Pizjrro, the King's of the same. right aad treaty*
j. motive itfhumi pity lend of justice' lo in- law and piaciice, that tho. demand wa t i his article of the treaty was to bo con. Minister of Foreign Aflairs in Spain I Your Government, sensible of the JIIS-

a i J flitcnre N benevolent immarch to ivuke proper, and that the indemnity could !I fined by Executive construction to the proposed iho project<< { of a convention to I IICoflbas demand, cannot fail to accede
the mast I Uvorable .,ii.ulatiou| for (d'evo not be refused These impoverishedpeople !! invasion of West Florida'
by the late souls all Ibo differences between the to it ; thus, by ratifying the convention
1 led and inipoveiinhrd subjects. There however, were transferred withthis :;; operations of 1818, why require the two Governments. The first article of I agreed on in 1802 as I bays already!
.
t wit .1.0 eveiy consideration of policy, violated territory to the United .:Judge of St. Augustine to tcceive the the proposed arrangement was as fol i proposed! lo you, the question of iadrm*
I ,' of moat and political obligation, impo State,. IIi Catholic Majesty ceased ; claim! who was four hundred mile* lows I t niiies will bo easily settled sod deter.
sed u|..>ii a young and flnuiMiing; .e ,ub- to be their and when 'calf The truth i that "
( lie sovereign ; they ]I; ; no man at that "His Catholic Majesty and the' United mintd.
I who to without tipster, ,pintect, and 01'Ihr.r/ ron'iliHe those nppehl tojiim for redress for an admit time.drcamed of setting up so groundlessil Slates, carrying into effect the convention The Secretary of Stile, Mr. Adams,
;
plnctin: ibis uny no\ti net relation own, wmo United ird wrong, an iincontrovericd injury, ho I a ,"1 tenion. The bill passed without which' is pending since the year I replied to these demands ia a letter of
to the
S'atis.! would refer them to their uRn uovern*f arfmcnting vote, und it I was the delibe- 1S02, oblige themselves the reciprocal I the 12th of ltlarch,1818, at page 95 of

It is! Iticived that does merit low' the faithful execution (,f a trea- !Ukle intention. of Congieis to provide indemnification of all the losses in* the same book as follows :- I
history no! i> which ho as an act of justice forced I'for!' the p.ivnicnt of the claims of 1312 and "r of |
...U fuinUlt. an < xarnple of such total di. juries, prejudices produced to the ou express the willingness your
>regarJ their "
new Government in the 13 in Bast and
upon lastnet for 1814 ioW.sti
of ilia interest Government or subjects of either country Government to resume the osrstUW
rights, *, and wishes whirh
severed their allegiance and hisprotection. i' Florida. in convention of and extend iusiioulations
of commit 1802 to
excesses ,
of n t j.wijilr us that which has been di.* I consAoucncn I
played, in nil the public acts ot the au. Here I I Oen. Hernandex, a Spanish gentle- ted by individuals of cither nation against to the rases of cooaplaiatof
a thoiitipsuf the United Slates towardsthem. is then an admitted wrong with- mac of Sr. Augustine, was the Delegate the IHW nations, or the existing' a similar character to those piovtdedfofJo

,-'' ,- out a remedy. Here arc a number cf; who proposed the subject is connected treaty comprehending, in this reciprocal it, which have since that time ICe

Such r'"has ben. the total disregard of individuals, whose properly was de'Iloyr.d *I,I with the East Florida invasion and chi. obligation, not only 'the epoch to cruet It is uudoubrdlytbIOleDI OI
the stipulation of the favorable by the tioops' of the Unite d 4 bill became a law, by tho sanction of which the said convention! of 1802 refers, of this Government iiseogageawafl&
)
treaty Slates transferred to the United States' thn Executive, who suspended, its ppcr- but also indemnitiesfor posterior exces- should bo reciprocal ; and If Ibis was
hem and
to have .
they been I .
pointed ;and outraged ,that! so there disap i iscarcely i.* with a promise of indemnity whose +t anon I in East Florida. The law" was "lei of the same kind, committed by inn not expressly declared in m) note of '

l ono who does not desire claims arc ejected upon on interpolatedword acted upon by the judges in the spirit i dividual! of either nation from such ePoch the 16th of January it was: merely be
of toration of the u re' m the English version of the trey which it was passed and the reports until the day in which he present cause the President was nM aware that ,
. d. dotnininn.Theii country to thoSpnhh, ty which is not io be found !in the Spanish t I j made to the Secretary of Ibo Treasury convention slrall be settled, and signed." any such claims of Spanish subjects, for

laud titles secured, mid which word in English, if permitted i who undertook to nullify both the treaty Wail's State Papers, vol. 12, p. 127. indemnities f.OlD tint American Covers'
stipulations. of the have by tar.the to understood in its ordinary 'and tho law by declaring that the treaty ft will bo seen that this subject was ment, wore in existence. 1 an author"

. ter twelve years' delay treaty been, confirmed nut, clod grammatical' I construction, docs not (.I- ,; was confined to the invasion of Gen.- not only uoo to bo provided! for, but I zed to assure you tint there will be ao
to them ; tlml.he1lo .I.tun. J Jackson against whom ho entertained that it was considered of such primary I difficulty in including any such as may
obliged
diou|lr glnrorn sat their bv ate Tbt'Yordll"que Jor n ronfirmades' at that time die strongest personal bus.lililY. importance as to be inserted in the first I exist io the convention,.anJ ia makiogbe
own rant, to "shall remain confrined," when applied I for all) io
pumas their claims aU'.ho article of the convention and this occurred ( United States answerable
., t"u.lslflh! United States through 10 the Spanish lilies of the Spanish. proprietors From (tie year 1824 to 1826 when I more than a year before that invasion demoities which may bt justly) due bythem.
,
4' opposed by Bro translated "shall be tho .' .
cunspl$ employedbthGovernment camu into Congress nothing was done which was supposed to bo referred *
to art v same words in the same treaty : when 1 brought up this subject first before to in the treaty. There is no por This distintrt annunciation i Will m&*
vacate
dcti.1 their tales f,oppose applied to the three large grants of land tho Executive Government but Mr.'I lion of the correspondence in Spain i Or 'before General Jackwn's invaffoa of

: : The mo." eatraordinaiy translations ( to be excluded, "queo'eran annuladns Rush excused himself(rum the labour Washington that ever controvertedthis West Florida in 1818. NJllti g caD be
i it
rightly translatoJ "shall remain annul hind did demand '
:laab ell made of the only articles of Ip.d.Vhon lilies tesponsibiliiy by pleading the torn position. It was always looked to plainer or stronger that Spain
the vorablo the are to bo annulled, mon Uw of the depaiimcnis" that hero as one of the indispensable articles. It I indemnity and that the Uaitei
to ,
treaty Span} in-
the
Habitants' several which have be proper translation is nude, but all :( a decision was made right or wrong the has no such word as tats in it ; and if it States did agree to it and after the receipt

detected( npoted,_and ieK+ciud, by the eter the when they itself.are to bo confirmed bv,'appeal I was to Congress, and not to alt e b.d. limo losses of 1812 and '14 were ; of this letter, Don Oftis did tm ,

supreme Uourtoi tno United States.. treaty_ successor_ because._ is to him.H _p. it__ was n __ .retadjudicate. __ the latest and last, but it covers the to East and West Florida; to have evidence
There is, however, no such word in whole from taken of the claims for the ion
The era')rl are all mde to favor the ihe ground 1812 to Ibo conclusion
United States, and ate so palpable as to ion Spanish late as will confino the provis- I appealed to Congress and after two of the treaty. siea of 1812 and 1814.
tn
create llm stiongrsl- presumption that lotion is operations. The true trans year of labor, intercession and supplication This was what was proposed in Spain. The question was considered as set
that the
United
.. they were not the result of accident. satisfaction, to bo Stales will caup9 I induced the committee to look Let us now ICe what was said hire on shed that the adjustment was to extend
"Concroiones" in the 8th& aiticlo istmnihtnd suffered the made for tho injuries into the subject. They were unani tho same subject. to all oattcrfofdiflerance, and that tbiS
by individual
"grants," a technical phrtiso bitants 'in Spanish inha. moutly of opinion that tho treaty and It was thought! best to transfer the no was considered a very sermons ose es
Signifying full titles, VI "iiiufns do pio* by the, American consequence of the invasion)the law had beau misconstrued. SOtiation Washington, and the Sacr.tDr1 the part of Spain, and wasadaiUeJ B/
and site troops, of time Florl-)I A bill was reported and scot reached. State in this of State
pfieM, wnrd "quederan" i II las-not Eattor Wttt Florida : of answer to propo- the Secretary .
translated "shall b..," l instead' or 'shall tAt 'Florida but "las Two years passed away, A now committee sat io Spain, made his propositions to The terms of a COOy.tIO.D .ere tbi
lemaio ratified" &.r. "Shall be1' im- Fjoridjs diplomatic, Slripmd: of all was organised It was thtec. Don Otis, suggesting his views of tho i agreed open id this preliaraary cOM
potts refiner Npd leaves lie title to be I and obvious ambiguity this is the plain months before I could got them tread o basis of a treaty. I noadeace, and were reduced into fOf
.
coafiimed, making dunn executory and ties. The meaning of the contracting Ibo report ; andr.finally, they werecJiided. Tho Spanish minister Id a Utter of by a project and collterproject'of'.1ltealy.
dependent on the will of Congress, pat cided that tint Supremo Court have do I and one of them who was a do the 24th January 1819, vol. 12 Wall's, I The Secretary of State, la w

wherftftijta f.tt. the word, properly' entitled to the Spanish inhabitants ire voted friend of Gen. Jackson, was wit State Papers, p* 60, thus replies : project of the treaty, inserted the
transited, imports.iminnt con uuathotr their favor- under Spanish stipulations iQ ling to concede that,tofc did not mean ""1 now proceed to state the sort ob- words i "And the W & COQtr.acci" P. ."
force of the the laws and usages latest or ,." ....d that this 'sadeasatu"
1|f treaty it+clf. of oat'ions.Jf'nyo'ber. treaty did provide vinus and essential difficulties which I ties renounce all claim toeTeets
T IIP difference between .a cnb rnla.1 I ( I for the losses? occasioned by the s> (render 'our three proposals for the set. for any of tho rficeat and trli'
den insp the supreme law, executed and would follow role were adopted, it invasion of East Florida, but did not re* clement of indemnities laid nsissrble.- actions of their respective COII.-ti'"

.a bit various prcvijioss 4 fee to those eccttloncd bj GCQW Jack I observe Italia ijcaiisgof th.a,jroa I''wed oIIeen Ia the F1Qtid. .' r.

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*. d&lm Lad a fitted States havo acknowledged lad ftsDAT. AfBtL 24, 1834. given that the cufctrfibers irpy VIRTUE
-'ftr' lade--I. which uteii'tot1deJfe'e paid them. This Government has set of the Instate of J use fa [' bfihoriet &A &f t .
III uravo,Uec, intend the UI,, Fieri Facias issued but bf iha SS .
or idtwed.mbaitted! upset only o claim egatost'Spal1 for I 6 NitI..911 .trII.-We of.foQl' btoPciate\o expiration t
present weet. Court
lrom
in the direct eggrrutoD but oat mfldmaiBUlacd u a most bit UOhVl'she prior for the EasteiD Oistriet bf t'
.. 'iMa dMeited Inaportaat; ccomcat, Col WAl I JUdge:of the Ccunty Court Florida
paP be claim Dew Oa1ticHI of the with ,tor the County of IDcI lo-tee dirctt tbd and deli\. '
of ce f.eteace to a for the failure atd Treaty Spain. 8t.JohnV.tor an Urder roaeU sib that tetiain s will
0(1 P0tC 'owmioBoftho Ha Ptaagalttaoecetdgd to obtain a report lot.Of'. or !?' elpbse lo public Sale ID front p
? Am lCI1 or E. t'apriDc Spamsh authorities to Iner grsiMd, ticloncin tb tIe t a
the
it .Ise from UmCeABHtet of Fcr 4gt>SsUtJoaa,t%. tate Court House .
American of Ute$ saidTJtier4 nra"b' ID the City &f 8ft
within the dec. 01' much
.;-', 2t pretect fJropcrlV iy much against their wishes, and almost *. tbch or Will De ..... ID Aiifeustitio on Mond.; abe Slt
P.proposed to the d
Mr. jtritdiction of his Catholic .viv w M & 91
rc''quaahmelu by Majesty gal&stbope. CoU irJWf lib6rt en fbrtner debts of the said Josefc bravo. B.W I f.% '. lanb hell t" .
H180 of 10 ;
itlIOttcllll Mr. DIt OIl l. with Coogresi have passurl laws at nearly every occasion,in addition to tbe new ligtt he wu piece ot giouhd contains acres aid Is si* clock A. D). ....... p"is M .'..\
.
iHsioQ for thirty to for enabled to throw upon the subject made \t uatsI in the '
years, pay City or't. Auguitine, COUtlt0$ dsjr tbe following
'iop.
a\Jo,'. claim. Mr. De Onlt 'depredations committed by Indians upon too dear,and tbe lav iurale tarn which was St.Johns E. F., bounded vest by the ittt.r certain property, .to wu: A ; 4t
0T effected macfir
t baa p-rcel of laud
been his coosistinf
produced by tto bt, Sebastian
t
rib and Urd
frontiers the nc c. by LOW
oar well
will
fettle United Sutes satisfyrtai that\upon established yielding' :,, and bts pen agabst owned by John Dr)sdale.and sout b by Uridceatreet I bf eight thcu aod acres situated west of M
which the hihabitants5IRi&b principle they are bound to defend the most determine
jilt claB* obstinacy. | trgether .i'h.U artS ainJullor.h.. the Johns river, the .dfitr u.rofct
"I oncers of tbe Florida 'may and protect their own citizens against orange RTUVC and trees tlerein houseS, tut thereof btginoing .t the Sn a'I" ol Buck ,

tuts*, i in consequence of the foreign depredation. These Spanish I.. Gititth."came too late tdt ptiblicttioD houL, tencfttnta, hicrriti'amensis and' appur.tcnanc ley' Creek below wbiu lot. t 4 :
"II Ita\'c susphu'd by ilwib subjects have been put upon tho footing this week It will appear in our next. a ulutsoever lo Aid l let or piece c! tin| A&ii. uu
ahf WJY Towiog .nrdi the
LojVe up timigin ol isid ii .
ground of in wise
belonging
tpprrtninl
of A. of citizens of the United States any g.
e injured lo the
.proceedi
a vor
iperM iG are authorized by Mr nit to with' JOHN If. FUN TANK, (toini ivheie she public rodroraiPicoUta ,
with thuM by their Government
to *: i. customary own and entitled draw his name as a Candidate lor the next C JOHN A. I'ILLUKU: : ( to AI-cl-uH ci...>!.. Ibo
: r:1f State." Against to the constitutional protection guaranteed Council. lie tenders bis thanks to those Admr'a. of the rrate ol' Jiiselm liravo uec.. said river ; Mod baa ilit following Imcl

iliql' ia iriUlrl column.leflSlrtf..rk..Adaml..rote to eVtry! \)o. Let us suppose for a friends who intended to euppport him-his I Match. 13th. 183. M4vLIST I as it5 bound rlC"f', n*. v : tIt b. ''no .

t "agreed." moment that there is an intelligent man present pursuits requiring more of his time I I run* lions D stake al the rnouili ol B"fk-

dttu 1' "" wca anLwtic.ed in either House of Congress, who .can than wishes.usual, be is obliged to .diappoiDtlea I 0 OF LETTERS 10'' Cieek South 23 degrei-t Wwi 112 < *\
'
IMAlNINOin the Post OfDceof
weaning and agreement read this correspondence, quoted front .. chairs to a piUf-II.c 2i line run tfllrD 1 Hat
parties which -Jhe treaty in itsCea4NI4 authentic documents, and doubt that the APPOINTMENTS IW TUB I'ltBSIUBNT.By .4 D: abe Cit} of St. Augiutiue 1'ionitiitf said pints South 60 tegiers EMS. 174
oHM lint of the (first of _
d rorm, was intended to omaS treaty v as intended to provide for these and with the advice and consent Jutiuury to Apul, cbmus 10 a pine'-tl.e 3\11 l luir runS from .
which ,
if
this
Tberc not, subsequent to chirm% t I: would appeal to his sense of of the Senate. I not turnout in ye niunilu, said piac South 82 dtg.fe" Edit 154
will "be
tliu Gcncial fun Office .
sent to
sY farther aegetution. There is justice, to that feeling, of moral and political WILLIAM M. PRICE to bo Attorney Dead LctiaJ. chains ION -'ih* 4-li line runs horn

JOwerd IDle in this sgteemunt, nor jstbers obligation that ought to rest upon for tho Southern District o.f Nrtv York us A Mower. Sherlock aid pite South 33 1I''...> En t 175 t .

II' relerwce to Weil FloridaIt ( every legislator, and ask, whether bethinks :u the place of Juntos A. Uumiltoh Allen W 11 ; chains tu a pine.-iht5'.h! litn iuu (torn

10 to *'j& claimi of the tuhabi.Florida it just or ,proper for the Govern whoso comniiunu has expiied.JASICS 10 NauihiltevJuka 2 said pine South 5 ilfgrets West 128 : ,

.. J tb. *." _tai of the United States to acquire a W. EXUM to be Marshal for Arnau Ayics James 2 Mays Mcserole Jdmn B chains tu v pioetdr O.P "line r.'is .ta i,

).. De Ouif bad been in this coun- I province, some portion of tho inhabit the District of West Florid., t e.ar-poiut. Stephen B MilLS John Joim V 2 said pino: South 15 ti geei Ei; 123 i

to learn that there was ants of which had been deeply injured I ,d. chains lo 11
Uac enessfc 0 u_ Bobo DdiiiellM D N a | ami lie 7ll. luas .
rjj aialbe Federal Constitution, Dy me invasion or their military forces, UEORQC K. WALCF.R to bo Secretary I, from said .miiti Noril ,s ',!'."..,". .'. .UOI'j
& Biiltiiii ins --- '- -- ----
the destruction of and, by thfo act which severed their allegiance Cwpt NashCapt; Joshua 110 chains I
"I priJ ib Hed priwt for the Territory of Florida, in the Job Newcomer to M lu.L. o :t thrii I'culala

IS 4>jrtJf' *aM0al compensation. to deprive them of that indemnity place James D. Westcott, whoso commission Hoggs Uloutit Win S I' Fiaucea ':.ij.-AMI! OUtS, &bU"'MOd'acres a *

fir b'1rlhthero was oo uno subject to which they were entitled by the, has espised.Population Dalcniiuo pUttt railed Cedar ll-amrot'ck fJl> U.I'2" _

u Mf i fated States which the cit lctRl principles international l ll law. Is them 1 Louisa Pchney Bdcroft II,inimcrk, on tbo Su.tr* pail of Moitlis .

Wic generally viewed with arty maD who, can be so indifferent to IJiitsburg.-Pi"stnsrl,1 C: rap Miguel pond being of .
of ti* ret of i i: Chiko Oeo F Itt a part two Uaou:.I.uJ *( &S, "
94.j!'citudr, ilwt the sanctity of pri- human suffering as to maintain a 1'1 f'l'n- :. I'h. .18' \'.'., Hgu, coutiiined, a pupuU .i Cudoifll which wcrn grunted to Gtoige 1, F. IV-
and its preservation titiun so ouHageyus and revolting t To I t Ituswl Robinson Silvester' Cl.uke m absolute ,
tjwsitfwty, a. tion .if 1335. The population of that: property the Mh: .
Doglu Fiuncis Itobiu, ... John '
gL. 'ht-ie.tire and consumption by transfer a people, 'wijliont; ,aa.Jir ,csiiiusi', tiv:,! Sit puM-ut I U about 26,000. l'sIIougLiriy lofFt"bruary. 18ll-dUo rive bunu vd. I
JIM WittilY <'rce>. When. ho had to anoikur Government, depriving Ii..'. C Uidgclt-y Thus p 1 Il.Itlt' al anti uLout MJC hiud of. ijeep 1 1.
t Dt Jdcub CFleischnidii Rtz Joints !
1451pDdled: into his sgwtmentpfE.1I1etI that 'of their natural and 'politic! pioircuir, Tho luimbcr of li'jjal' votrrs in .hl" city y F 2 Cict-k which etHiiiei| ux.lf .mo :1 li, S.: !

CI-'wrs **caf lotaaiy with chi and M incorporate them into ihi* Guv ,>f New Yuik K cirniwt4( 42.000AFUIVKI1. S ;, Johns liVer ou .1,o tall nif, .l..n itl f!!

RMbfIh e United States., be supposed ernment, impoverished and ruined by L_ Abs in Smith Th mV m I ".art oft tract cf two' iho...ci. .c ..i 4
t"nut.1ut .
R
lois' of bad .''-d these unfortunate our arms, to diag out a miserable existence a Semmcs lion B I which were .II ted .o said 001-. t .

shieD IICII I) n he footing yf A. 01 unuvuiling supplication and to Pkulaia'.Sm.n U St.tiu Cal" IDt.1 F. CIdrkebn .the ISih Fcbru-.y ibix. tk t
At ; Uut FLOUt LA, Olbb K U
tHudS ertiz-n' wnose p ope ty hndbrt die imploring (he judgment of Heaven Simnious Dr AN" ft.. kwndred cres at nod about II t

df t vanuali via. D"' U Sr. MiiyV, art1.! the IIcudcnuu Rev n tr \Vni i
theit mid added II. ers the
jieiSate*, in vioUiiuii of thai proviiwaolbe poverty by urm., insult corupifcrneci cf wo ilioosaed *c rs ', in ncr Cli.itmeJ.'autn rr*.-Hfv. A W
WI"UIU'lul1. and itut this tooppieision' by a perversion of the first above mcotiooed : taken as the pro. ,
1. Mr. Harris & Lady, Mr*. H. liahnr- lIauaDtuo IsaaC 'VD.hiugiUD henry 01 I. F t
Clark
would im..'('. 'lie tame icrcd ob. treaty petty George at thsj
&MIJ I
ham diid two thil:lr *n, two Mu llab J '
I hare used VashlentltnryDJoyce suit of Archibald CI. ,
tywac; .un Ih,. Guvrinm-nt to pay strong language on 'this k. '
thai, >iit would feel i.sclf bound toM p I subject, because 1 believe that great ..rh01"It".* Stout;, 1csss. Lay, DcanitlVeighmau James SAMUEL BLAIR, tiartkcL J';

1 1 the bwf 01 float that a storming and irreparable injury has, been done to Kerr. and Tlunnas -Butler.QJ .- M Wimnt Kichurd: B Feb. 26th! 1834 49-5- I
Mower L D .
SBERNARDO i
these' 'because i have ---- -- -- The abavo
fan .BHgkueite upon| iu lime uf war,I I people ; heard sate is postponed until tha
'Tio friends of UC.NJAMIN A. SEOUL P. N.
ike'piftperty American cit t.eD'. the tales of taeir Jis.rcss.aand sufTeiing; 8th day ol May next.Marshal. .ff

After the tetuinof the Chevalier DC,, told in the simple and eloquen language ('U i'NAM Esq. propose him as a Can' St. Auguatiuo, April 7ih, 18341u.8ba1'8 _J-t --_- L- -_ .

o ail to Spj Ub. be published a rar>moii r ofisush .Jaich..f, they could be heard! idtdatctui use giiitive Council lor r, 'Sale. .. :

.f.1It aeeoiiatiuas, in ,which sneakincefta I, nt the bar of Congress, would save me p{I the ensuing flection, lo .IU..lt the Salc BY virtue of. toret of Fieri F,cias t/

correspondence- he says :- this most -iminful) exposition.. If thev. counties of.Si. Julius and Mosquito. Superior Court-Eatt 1"lurida.ablo issued out of the Super: Court ,
.
--- -
"Io 'that also Buy be sera, my icmwi- never can get justice at the ,hands of Sabdtc, Complainant 01 tIes Enktern District ol F'-.ad. .oA .

ltPt&tt'land prnti.sIs ngdinu the ccctj- this Government, they aball at least Athi'iieuiis Society.VOTH.I& I against to oie Dnected and Delivertd, .1 wfifexposa .

pasty c+f Aatrlia ubnd, uud the invasion knew that their wrongs wero modo l UGVKN, TO rim srorKIIOIDI'.US Fcrduudo M. AntUoudu&Edivard II. to'public Sale infroitoftheCourg \

of East Fio.-lda and aguinti ihor known in iho fearless language which >! tu lit 1tL4ntuI i.l' the Alh\"nt J. Lee una.William that .it and.fctcmntrd Sjms, Defendant Ucfose io the CIy .rsil Augustine on .' ..

,pi .,. 61 t the 'lortrrstes of St. Ma.Ii',, confidcne inspires. lliat by an ";n.cr of Ibe til ecu t ve Commit IN CI1ANLE1Y.B Monday the 31st thy of Muuh net be. ,t.

ti' Biranc k, und Puarrl", by llir Belioving, however, that the perm*! tee. they tv',11 .!trsh tie caUc.t on lor "ucliboufct V \trtue .uu inu'"..ula' a certain 'ween the houra of 10 clock A. &].' & I .
American t'uol--ouriltjt* whirls it of.lion |Mptr luuki kuiiviute e trjr UDChn M itirji uuv Clio**** to jiU'-e ,u dcjH i Imrrec ui tris ..lu Court,made at the 2 o'clock: P.M.. of .hat dM\ ilm toilow* f f .

I .ill .caltel) b., believed by o't' iSy, ? uill$ lake ifio trouble read them, site, or prrtciit tuthe Atheneum. M.,. actm thereof the year 1B33, in the a_ ing property, io wit i ; one *RoaD .
. I will word of the j. IEV; \\II.I.IAMS. tt\e intitkd cause I will to Public | -oy '
aud
; .
it expose
venture' to boa
i cotuQiiucd during a umu of sny quo ; ono containing Sundrks.Eakrn '
''Irllt., I St. AII ult nr, iUrtlt 14th 1834.-44w. _. ,
, Silt' turcaftli.in front of the Court-1 louse in
mo'/o. This .,ctufl823 is sufficient if I .
tac of
as
dt. IMriy ffiooifni U-IUM* i'f uli.. ':ic City vi Auguatinc,uu Saturday the 22d I property Clinton ItosevHi st .
tiet were |nditig for an .aniicaUle ..idot ;psoperl)' rOlI uu'd. It has been urref- ESTA1T.OF UAItlA Dli LUZ. PATIO DLC.Gflllr I.)' ut >l*rth next. bvt.'een the hjuri ol el toe suit of Nebemiai BiiYb. .

J-ueP t all il r didbrnttCfa b'''yr.pnnaiieas. ted by thc Secretory of the Ticasury.- > SUUS< UIIJKB liavmi 'Churned. let l t4< ,cn o'clock A. M.amltttu o'clock 1*. )'I. o. SAMUEL BLA IIIFeb. i 'r-I. f

H.fI ,wi The .ie.t'ints vriilitfec I fUlly want &' legislative declar tldntbat %& ten 01 ail.ntnittration: on th; Kttate o ,teat day, the futlnwing tract' or patch M&J. ;. (Il. ; .
the Arueiican Government Hia, rx FaTSO, dee. Notice is hereRiven (,1 Und to wit t All that tract or parts .i I 26, 1834. 49-. : i c

tMrlVOIH !\f 1812, '13, and 'H, In thrt hondas, by by to all person having*im*, ntrainstit.lo land containing setth .hundred and twcn>j Tho above sl I* is .
I't mat"e it Mrt uutil '
appear' an pff sent thrm..1'lly certified williin the act is, including two aniall islands in front postponea the .
j-fttK8 to .,uilatuse pruvi ires and fut; '* i joint u*(IUlinn or n net law. time prescribed by law, or they will! be lorcvetbarre IlthtcL1: on the IhvrrSt. Johns and known b)> 8tji dav of May next.MARSHAL'S. ,

keei laud !0 uke pisteii.in ol tlum'i$ i ? 1 am willing to take a law to refer thoquestiou *!; and.ll peram t indebted) to it will. th. nI:11t ol$ Nrw.Ca dc. about forty fruit* .
to the Supreme Court It i iftnstiblo I North Weil from AugUktine-Ahoalltl-.' SALE.
fcf, BUM force, ri |i eientitig is the turn please to make immediate psymtnt.TEUK3V : -
tiae Ute conduct of the UrnBtul* W&tultaai"f'CI that H rosoJtu OIl. cf the House AIt1tK'iOIt' )''. ir .IJnin.trutti*. on the east side of Maswella or Sic I
issued
I of Keprcicfltativcs iuul' would induce p out oftbe
these outr"get as It.got'vaU' $ Feb 22, l .5t. 49-1. tiers. Creek emptying into :t. John's Kite T. SUPt'l r Cnait .
fi.i iuIQ 111'I"r.t4eMfl ." i her Srtrbtary to re-cxaminu this Jacksonville for the Eastern District vi Ffprfd S
MlfC-tlt 4 wi.lU-l erro'I near granted to frauds I Fa* aDd I
t
oI1, ptGe 21. 'icous decision. The whole I tio dec. by the Engh Guvf rn'nent Mirel: to me directed and delivered, I will expose }

aaotbei (Mil '4 hi* \Yo.k. fo sy: claim; will not exceed $100,000,1 am 1 ALL THE PASSING NEWS, 23ih 1775. and confirmed by i'rancuJ. Fatio I. ; to public sale ;in /root bf iho ; f I:

"To lime uf and H uroJ by those who understand the? by the Ucard ot Land Commicaioners, 6cp house in die city of Sr. Augustine court. ,
public act Itg"clJion AND TUB ART oo
tea.ber Tilt( 1ti34-'so an that tract ol land .
t*tt KP, ..IPfi.-iv ra.il% dJ led Gin.JttktftbN subtcct.! -' I- wish- them itrictlv. scrutiniz 01' .0..2 cTzrc containing two hundred acres situated, nem I Saturday the seventh day of December :
'*d by your own judges, ande'ey inj I the dead St. naiL. between tho honrrrin. _'.It. _
ourch brough Wcsi Fluiidatfb of. .butiona river .ttbout. foui - ------ v to.u ". .
ShowingtAc meant by which an inrli."idual -- A. M. .
ih. troops; andf liikccouurMnd, nnd proper claim rujectrd. It is tho principle miles Norm of St. ustme.onginauy graft.I and) 2o'cI.rk. *. M. of that day ,
lot; eotmuce itUu Pcii uculu und for which 1 contend Bbd tho paym. may obtain and retain Wealth, I ttd to Judith ShUera b> the Uiittsh Guvrrt. the following properly, io wt. one 1
I torch ; .II nt ol honest sufferers. Health and Happiness. mrnt June 16'b 178%sold by said Judith Shi. house and lot situated oo Geeroe
I of another of AintricanBast street '
body
vera to Frhneia.Vatio. dec. March 7tb 1785 '
the _
kuopi .iwo Fionda& to assist a isarsvfreveht1 When it is considered that this was PUBLISHED WEEKLY.t and coitfmi.ed by the'Uoord of land Commit 0 city of St. Augustine end bound- 0 ; ;

i (meaning the revolution i>ftttl nnoofthe few stipulations in favor of friCO tlALP A DOLLAR A YEAH, pay* sinners September 10th' 84, with all their lid on the North by a lot banging to ,

. ,) who were endeavoring to cxrito&Kder Spain in A treaty which seemed to the bit 'invariable on tubtcribing rights members, hereditaments and sppurte Col. P. H. Perraulr, on the East by t.t.j j .
hundred miles of nancea thereunto belonging and :"every part George street, oo the south by ? '
iu 1 United States twelve a |0'K D-. .
tnat pioviucp. protested
He York Office 103 Fulton Street. I therr I' '
and parcel SAMUEL DL lilt. Mrs. .
is be Stale of tbe King again nil ani of seacoast and tws provinces containing Philadelphia Office,21 Minor Street. February 18ib 18&MARSHAL'S llar.1n longing to Capo, nod on |UIO west j, _

isis of these excesses. Daring the SB" thirty-two millions of trcres of land, (T> All comnriunlcationt will be addressed \ by Maria Sanchez or Bridge creek'; ta. t

I GeN peitfj, of my rmbasiy which falls cf which only" three millions havo been to the Kditor, New York. GrId if P.,paid viU SALK., ken as the property of F. M. Arredond :
Ha millions meet immediate nttenti9n(>fn.t they will n s f VIIITUB cia writ of venditioni Ex survivms partner of Arredondo .
she epoch of general in granted leaving twenty-nine end
Ewwp, and;which takes its date peace from tor the payment of five millions of dollars i be tukfn(ram must the be Office.forwarded) The amount to secure ol tub.apription tbe BY ponas isiued out (f the Superior Court son, at the suit of Atahael) Howe, IUIYl. :>. ''.

p P.44 uf Dfcei&bei, 1113, I renewed I humbly th'nk a jost aud magnanimous receipt of thp paper.Efchatitepapett . directed for the Eastern and delivered thtrtct I Florida will capo"and to to'pub me ving partner'of SAMUEL Howe and Difeon. . t ". ;.

OLcjtly.i all the coMplaints icmunsttanpiotests Government, upon a less doubt' it ot ttnt to Aru r. -. tic sale in front uf lire Courthouse in the City DLAm Marsha)
Lw hesitate to Tile ol'ject of this J.urn.' ia to nrtaent all of the 25th H I St. Aug. Nov.5, 18S3. V _
.d which 1 had addressed fit question, cpuli not pro. condeoird into St. Augustine on Saturday day ST -,if.
to rie American Goternment." : vide for the payment of those just claims the passing newt of the day and April next between the hours of 11 o'c ock The above sate Is peilpooed anti .
a aOccinct and comprcUcnaive compass .%. lit and 3 o'clock 1'. M. of that day thsfollnwinfr the'Blhaaybf May r
Here, then, is an explicit declaration against Spain by persons who are now to promote public and private qoixl, by property,to wit : A House and 101 L next. _
tlltt before the year 1815, tho Spanish American citizens. inculcating, and Adrocatiiig. those habits ol. of ground in Barrack ward City of St. Augustine March SAMUEL BLAIR Marsha) r + '

**wer bad protested against the invaa The Florida, though evidently a, industry and Economy the neglect of a due ,fronting on CharloMe street,bounded en I 12tb. 1833 .
dittrctt and
much
*ie f EJM regard to which causes the North by lot of Charitable society, on the -
t Florida ;1111812, and against great acquisition, will haidly tie a compensation eomnluu f,. It will : .
misery in every populous boutk lot of I.lambiaa the Charlotte
by east by
P****. luksnn' on Hs8halBae.;
invasion of it its for the reproach which impartial likewise contain brief rriistellaneouv articlea S street aa the property of Maria Coruna,' _
Uli. history will record of the bad faith I I of merit,in pIoe and ,'erse,i.nd ia intended I at the nit nf Hubert stickler and Anna h'uwif of a writ olEieii .

'k.I9.lt, .oro made "iti the naradf of the nation to helpless, impoverIshedInhabil.nu. I to be made in. all respects) an entertaining, .! Adm,'. SAMUEL DLAllt. 0"VIRTUE cia i.syMi Out. of the Superior Fa- it I', :
Journal.
K.'C ag4tnst aU these excesses,*' ruined by"our arms.and purchased ajj.C-.useful. ....;.weekly..'n... l'.u. .i"m .nUcc 'it within March 10th 1834. 5l-7w.- -- --.Marshal.-- Court of the Eaateru Distriri'nf..,. Ii'fA.:". ),)
---- -------- --- .
sad .
.8"'" remmniranees were revived to get rid of'the debt by a species the reach of erery respectable .citisen. ESTATE tip F. M. AltHKIlONDO. DeemOT' and to me directed and delivered:j will; p

"*'M5. The minister says, "I re.Sawed special pleading which I trust will however hflmble his circumstar sia. la there CE is hereby given, to. all persons expose to public labs In front of tho .a_ _

oficitlly, all the complaints" sever receive tho sanction of the American a maD i'l this or other community. who
*s4 these coraphiau were responded to Congress. "I', : trtf CSSITS A f sm far a weekly Fernando Ae I. Mat Arredondo Dee. that : line oa Monday the 31st day of .

4ja ted the general settlement Respectfullly submitted by, print embodying the current mtellencer by the laat Will and Testament of the w.t! March ) '..
JM in in between the
the most important advice, malim ae. deceased t5e Snbscriber is appointed Execu.I next hours of 10 o'clock' .
sJl,i the mattars 10 di.pulelbctW.dho \ the, Jose M. WHITE. reprd to tbe attainment and security of property tor 1ft the seUleitient of: hii.aid Estate in A. M. and 2 P. Mi of that dl) ;he riebt. r? "i

po..e,.. Suppow S-ain; were now -- -a 1JJ -.anJ the usual m-JctHaoy of a publi; Florida. and in the United States s those I' title and interest of Dirk Fleischman' of '. .
tofta a '.H ence with this GoviH I print t Is there a sz.di< ssisi, who would therefore, who may b6 indebted to ,the said I 10 and to the following I t g '

.eet in 'ief rd to this (ransaciioai FOR SAVANNAH, ViA. JACKSONVILLE neglect a rate for P hIs Is there own amusement a U8 om 41IL1 at .ID tr" Estate lie required to nuke payment to me I 11 house and lot situate i in property Barrack, to ware wit: J r":_ _
**w Mt the lie 'as I sing without delay, and those who miy have claim I .
ptftaded _
treaty St MARYS, AND would hestUteto put before theffl,"i great aninst it. are requested to present the sane ia tbo City 6f Su Auguiiino, and bound 4 ,
J' 1
astele of litakMioBst The asswerJ mod f, so trifling aft expense I The duly auttientittted within the time preserib. as follows to wit: oa the North by a lot ,
be, 1M treaty concluded everyoab&ih DARIEN. Tbe work Speaks for itself. firs Aa- ed by lav or they will be forever barred. belonging to the Estate of John Forbesv '

thieg &idii. We hate tho*_ fl; SPLENDID STCAli tfACEETiOmiDA. pretl oft II aubniiUed to the public jwih a CHARLES SO&intr. oa the East by a lot belonging .
111M. of coaplol&t Gspt R-A BM in- colticten e thiS it deserves patronagr.a"d Qualified Exee'r in the U. States. Charles Lawton to
were subjects .il be Esq. on the South
receive it. No esenlon by
picket between that it will 9th Ja 1854.. 44- tf .
dhesNon undid rqUIii wet il/ St. Augustine.
and Btfoiiation. They have .itl be Street and the hi
eotatom tfco 8tf JobbJ Bier (mosteewtewe&tto spared to 'eptl the public raOI'. It on West 4 _
test
hii .'cu.&..". The qvettloa i to, t&ifctty) and Savannab rsJjjt.plscesiaapecte4toteaYePica published once in es b week at f uz e sm George Slrcett1*. "* Iti. property i
he, ir ia what mansert ThIs payable in advance. Notice. ,.I she said Dirk Fleischmao at the Suit :;

hi.ber beta paid nor 'telefltedi; rer.tboTo pkcessoaetirae oa Moa. |[PTwnpeVsoni ICndintfollar. of can them rfeelve Q rt weeks ilLs date I apply to the of William A. Caldwell. i

Tat $aite4 States nave ackoowledgedHiaeted I ., their but for both. i:3 lion. John L. POlctt. Judge of the SAMUEL BLAIR,.Martial :I
S 1P7'r--'b.T inforoation apply &Judge an w .matlDR sac postage Court of Duval County for Letters o.: 26th 1834 :
County Feb1 49-,3w
the principle that SpakJd I ..to 1Ir.. 3srbu a> Carriage g>New Siibtcribcrs be sspptied with Administration oa the.Estate of 6ais el Fair- Ii i
durmnd, sad that they could 'aol I r.the sfSMPonatioa of Pasteogtrs to tie the_Mil from comroencffl *. banks deceased. J. M. HAKEON, Tbubtlv sak is postponed ermil dfls7Sth ?!

Pfvg to pay for losses occasioned .b) Uurt&e&esPy a., ..4IrllNi"(lid ciqen April fob, 1834. ---- day of Ms/.n. .. $

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I.. '" t.H t.I t.S I i" ..::. NOVELISTS MAQA &:Ie r Neti t. "
THE it"CiW' r which
Tbepap
I .. "{I ODd Judg olmtt act to' ZINJ be of the meat upon \ after data .
I l U right to thia f it will qtsafity SIX .
therasehes. without limit Jo cirtcept Info 01- CHEAPEST WORK tier .Ie. tad the type anbwly."*.. 110" the J or ttre 3:!
J4 ot the Coeatref St.JmiaistMioaoa ,.
103IT. Creator. wUUontiime to be Issued sea ,.
from the lawipf the *d 19 lAt Public. The work the estate
car
.... moothl/aadfttitlepaseiwmsccompsnv every W-..
Lonuon Monthly Magasine -- zseay be safely asserted that in no department that tee four wilt lorm a : 8tho .sTtr
who so
'rom1&1" fourth number,
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i baker In this city and sb" ISih u.
.. Gift!;. fam.-A of literature has so complete and two 1834.
: .. .... A. hour In that volume ef four hundred thirty pages.Aa a-v:
i early effected as la to
;; 1 W mountain tome. wished to be waked at an stab a revolution been the publishers Intend issatnf a lusited
home, toy Oataftwycan I
home I my contrivanceforanalcm. nsince beloej.
Uy the following wd
no more! the morning, bit upon aswti &he navel the ol number>> of{impression person wishing to N -,.
thee tince perusal otiC'
I see now ace ." foam, Ascertaining tno bYe pUICd subscribe are requested to do so without, deby. I .
is pn
f >Uy path now candle which would consume tlll order onitmtw' wsi an acknowledged Orders must be addressed to C* ALEX i .i T THE Na'r term eltte S .

]4y And lullaby'parting Us roar thus my home, from th ct. length certain of time, he passed a suing !I oison to tbQ outhtul ttiod-picveating corrupting t&eCTOwihofustruUntelllteoce.and AKDER, & Co. Mo 3 Athenitua bnlldinp .in.. IttfJ I" Nissces CotIntJl .::.G!
in a Frank'in PaJco Philadelphia. Hon the J of the ..
endears ,
tfo hope the pint the burning 00of Nol more bier
hath breathM a prayer tor maVnrrcpt through the wick 'be'crJ fouatawa cf morality. a permission to, I"foal -.ate ."
No voice abed these tc-n. ... which should let down sundry "clattera truly however did this observation apply to .t .. te 8.\Tn'1. WILD, dectaled.> lot
expected tho machine pubUciUona of that day than the reverse TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. of
blt' At the time :the JOIL'f
.. JOHyst
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Around me' crowd Strange things of crime, "went off,"with such a tremendous .does of this. The great author of VYaverly- WILL expose to public sale l io raw 8-4. ._.L-...
of cot Augustan age-
meets mine eve. in the how the Iturtry Collossua I house In the city I .
Pollution of childhood's time t I racket that every body beheld the enervating facility with which front of the Court ,

But not of a look aoiia la nigh s adjacent and all ID the street were awakened those spurious productions passed into favor ef 3t. Augustine on the 19th day of May I Notice.AH .
Nor tare
:
knowledge
call "atcbmaa.-N. ZJ. Galaty. and with an accurate the under named properties
And tt.i$,ae tats, tney stacv except the and popularity, mind 1834 next persons fcavbg denaaada
For her who sought grave i I of the roatureneM of the public a Gel' is satisfy tho amount of Territorial taxes Estate of Ca P t. &aapane .ratJtt de.

Ilomelesa they !field me I\UI.n thrall- for anew and loftier pursuit opened hitherto unknown duo from the following, delinquent,tin* are required to P resent tt 't;.... -.

An outcast, yet a.laye. noersalion.-The ,first ingredient conda of elevated intellectual the novel pleasures from bo.tibaatto. Antonio Maestro, 400 acres land, thenlicatecJ.al all claims in two"ytarj.u.,.,,&....

i I Dark wave, dark wave, that roll'st In prideTo conversation ts truth-the next, good the truth and, feeling Iron the disrepute, of vice the Mataozas river opposite the old Fort bed the by date law htrtof, CnARLZS will ba b ty\i.Dau

', tails 3 on dU'ant abore, sense-the third, good humour- to the dignity c!'a study thus giving to one year.Michael. Feb. 33th 19J. ,
ciilizedullinnt. 1-lw.
bear spirit oa thy tide mind alone of a nation but ot the land situated A4ar.
Oh ITo last wit.Tue not beneficial direction Lazarus, 430 acres
visit it once more sII --= a brilliant and Creek tho
find contributed to de OD- Sr. Sebastian near
there rest,
could since has --
but try tears which day
every Notice.
In mingi'ii'g with thy spray i v1M UNITED STATES or AHEBICA.: velope. The inherent attractions ol bis pubh. Stockade, one year.
flmji my ib.iilncsi on thy breast, District vfEat* Florida.IN cat iuni.'as veil as the signal success which Wen. Parker* 245 acres Pivot swans ITShereby given that I lucre, IPPGi tfl At

i. And .ctp this heart away. THE ADMIRALTY.Y exhausted edition after edition, soon induced one vear. JB. u. Smith Etq.of Nassaa3 CcM tJ
new regions 1,1 instruction 1 my Agent Admio atratoroA the F&I&t i
others explore 1260
J Rut .01 thou'rt false as Mm whose spsll virtue of a precept to me directed from which to they 'will return enriching and Estate of Richard Town acres t>mum Gibson,dec.aDd all Writlllkl _

I I Wicked n..dness In ibis brain, issued out of the Superior Court for enriched. HMory 'with its immense andjn.exhaustible M ataozas near Ibo dividings! three year' sea served oa him,will be ccm kTertd
f Whose love destroyed ii'herc'" it fell- 'au District, I do hereby cite and admonish store of incident and custom, F. J. AVICE, rest on myself. A.I. B&Sat.-.T.i a''w

ft hose vengeance sought in vain, all perrons whatsoever, having or pretending and chancter' and romance and reality was, Sheriff. & Tax Collector 8th April, 1834. 1-11' .
Farewell: I'd sooner trust their hate, to have any right, title, interest or claim ia it hermetically sealed to the multitude Nov. r.lohD"
aa were county.
Midotean'a. wildcat swell, or to the Schooner called the Mary Ann, her ponderous were its volumes and ao 19, -

Than trust rats love to such a fate tMy ticket, apparel and furniture against which drowsy! ,so Its details. It now, how ever, is pan J 1 Notice.
moti .tain lio&e, farewell. aa ,schooner a libel hath been exhibited and daily reading t and times and
orable Court by (harks Wil and parcel ot our be- Election N utice. ALL persons haviBg demands.l Ada
Hoc
the
filed in : are brought
.j ----- I those who made them eras e of William Gibson ,
1e J.mr..1. Hill, William Webber, John vidoes of reality To select Id HfcREUY GIVEN that an Eaq ewe
.Pt". All tAc Patting News, and the v lore us with all the NOTICE Urtby notified to hand then to tbe
claim fur selvage i and for members ol the Legs* sty.
Cheevcr and on a the works ol such authors present two Ser duly attested and those
Art ttf Massey Getting. that they be and appear at a Court to be hoi- from the public only such as are recommended alive Council of the Territory of Florida, for ward sod make .indebted to CIlIa
ECONOMY OF TI 'E. den at the Court house in the City ot St. Au to their intrinsic value, his been the principal the Counties of St.Johns ana Mosquito will) payment.A.. .I.
pit,.e on Monday the fifth day of May next by of the the publishers of the NOV.ELIST's be held on Monday the sIb day rf May 1834, St. Marys Ga. Mtb n'.s$ENr, A tr..,
A JUliO in business of any description, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of hat flay, to object IIAUAZIH& 1'her have thus far at the following places in the County of 8u Feb. 1834:: ,

ought to consider his time as valuable this I I, shew cause if any they can why the claim for and being convinced that success Johns sIn I
f as nsop,). Mirage shall not be alh-wctl and decreed to proceeded in tilth an undertaking is dependent alone the St. Jvjputinr Precinct.-M theCourthouse Notice 41

Wo have heard something like the. the said libt Hants by this lltmurable i.'cuit. the sanction: ol tut. public mind theycoiitatnlate in St. Augtisttne. 1''ltelfr-
SAMUEL In.'IU. .Van/.,'. upon James PERSONS &
tll lJIle"ellbl' their exertions Gabriel W. Perpall" Esteven Arnou, ALL l _
A'Ditwinp anecdote, which is a capital' St. Augustine, Uarch 14: h, IK34.-1-it. judgment' U, Gould.In E' ate of FeVb OLHAXol '
with its demands
"' example ol n judicious cum.o by men i I tu krtp pace Drill County, deceased :
i iOf I _. have received the most extensive aid< etcoutgtu the JVirr% Iliicr Ptinel.-\t the houeof will pleat
\ 4 mercantile mechani I 1 win T.Jencke sent them duly authenlieated dttlr"
profcM'u.nal, I I DccdF Edwin T. Jenckrs. IntpetitTt. witkout
STROISG .
ESTA:I EO. J. B. approbation
: cal business. : j ,! The proprietors having concluded It adviser *, Kofefrt Mickler.and Henry Ferris and chow indebted will please nuke pa_
Aphystciauofmy acquaintance called UURWEEKS. after dale applt- ble substitute fur the present size in which U the Pc9ta r"dllcl.-At the house ofKugene to HENIIY W MAXEY. .
to
will be made to the lion Van Dura County Jan. 21, lbS4. 8"
brother of'the profession liv. cation the Novelists Magazine is published one Van Ness. 'JntjKctirt.-Eugene 30
on a = In the ,, the County Court of Si. Johns County,, riorc convenient and portable, as well u uni Ness, Pni Palmer, aid IJariua Ferris.In .
ins in -- street. courso ofl I for leave to seU-.llthe tight, title and orm alto tbat of the other novels of the day, I the rictfaa find.-At the house of Notice. -

conversation, he inquired "How is !! interest of the late John B. Strong, dec hat work will on Doctor the world are glowing In Colee and Philip Weadmau, Junr. WEEK slier data
says yuu .. volume, be thenceforth published superroyal FOUR applicatioa vH
in and
rich, and accumulating bpyond' all Account at the time of his death tu a tract 12mo cumbers each tc contain 1Wrages ( !I In she .1Iul natJ' ltrtdne-At the Supar made to the Judto-e of Ntataaeoaa.i .

y T Ho* do do it 1Vhat t tyour is of land situated no the St Johns River, and every tour numbers to form a volume. I house of.Juaeph M, Hernandez. hupectsraInaeph ) to sell all the real estate bclonpio*tG'ti
.,.. .rcrnl' For you with ull at a place called Buffalo Bluff containing 1 hus 4t the expiration of the year,can I II. Hernandez. Abraham Dunont and late Willum Gibson, Eaq.deceased

my part possible 7000 acres, also 50 acres of land on the .ix vc :un.es. containing 2492: {page of thiiety 1 Samuel H, Williams., A. J. B ESSEN F, dds .
,' niHtifgement, *nd a practice as St. Johns near Pwlatka and also 300 aerei flower uf English literature be added to I Given under my hind at St. Augur 15th Feb. 1831
kt ow our occasionally tine tbe 20h day oi March 1834.
you by ( prtpar 'he library of ill patrons.Some A
jag notes fully equ,l to your,, I ,find on Trout, Cteek at a place called it.tcr.'ioi. ol' matins the Novelist'silax ELI AS' U. GOULD. 4

tii- I ci.ti do little more than ma- Jack-wright, being an undivided part of ,zin* a wit aly publication with the idea JuJge County Court, Notice.

recilpis sd" to outgoings.1' a Tract of 575 act ea. that the rca.lrr would feel 11I"re interesteu' in St. Johns County. weeks alter date 1.UIPpI1to
quate my STREETER of its has been en .. SIX
the frequency Appearance '
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Step into the cntrance-hM! with me, but mature t I Proper Authority forlu.nor
a
the i
trrtatntd by proprietors
end I will esp\nililb., matter," was, the Surviving A!imr. .ron&uenton.! direct d altogether by a desist Uonjamio Ilarn ) Admidistration tl\r\ estate of Waters

e answer. 12th March, 1834. 51-4w 1.1 render the interest ol' its reading as unin.errupted vs. >,Attachment. Smith oee. SARAH ALISON.

They adjourned to th6 place, wht're __ _. __, ( as pfKiiblr, convinced them oi Henry Sutplim. ) 35ih March 1834. 'l-6v. Adnr't.

tin* Doctor showed his (. ,nci die whole Ull.HAM AM: r\V" I. \( AZ.'E. the aupciior .Ivuninges of their present r.ro. mjOTICEis 'hereby even (hat enl.xl .
of lAc United Statet. ;:0"" It excel nut unl/ confine the pos ntinchmcot has been sued out a .
of h'S secret. I;,+ wa 'his bat and gloves amount but *
its trifling ,
the fins day ct \tnch. 1b34, will b* capensc to present the of ,the named Notice;
inn
table the :;
lying oo a opposite street ON .ill fill ui the more frequent hiatus with ( propeity abnyo
""I< issued! of the the above flail number named weak ol the It third her ,,hide, wet key. novel publications p>tplex the Deft, in behalf the said p1ai tiff.relurn- SIX weeks after date I will apply (9

looi'I understand )'oll.1iI1d the medical Ito',tiuie. been before tl,t* public nearly Tear,and inU.-xit \atl rreloreAi.xioua retder.They 'able fo Iho Dec. term 1833 of the Su'perior .: Hon. Elias B. Gould Judge of
evidences ol alone who lave felt the chagrin attendantui.ontheab'vpt Court of Alachua County and tho, County Court of St. Johns Couniv.
friend laughing and wishing him a good received many bt hiy flattering termination j:
lJ1orf'lirg. Approbation. rather or unexpected.of their literary pleasure that all persons interested are required'lo I f for letters of Administration on the eg

The reader perhaps would like anMptinationl the title of the work clearly indicates the or tart: njy appreciate prnsion the greater worth of d. le appear and plead to the declaration tale of Anthlotn Gay deceased.
objects to which it is to be devoted but it is I
I
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: The moment a wrap was not Intended to nuke it so exclusively profei- : puhHcNticna which come like angel ,,,it. filed yn, said cane otherwise judgement JOHN RODMAN.27lh .

: Vilte" | first object that presented it* tonal, that it will impart no in'.ert to the brtnging: if less frequent, at (east a more cops therein will be piayed for, in due course : March 1834.-l-6.r. Ad_.

sill, on opening= the door was% ih Dofftoi I general reader. The American people hate I pus b and complete be cnnsklcred mental that banquet.a weekly It work may I.DOUGLAS' & LEVY. .I II I .
some
with bit careUolv his ao tm.ch cause to be proud of the |aslant exp I ) December 20ih 1833. 46 if '
I Imtput on, that : cot,tin.more matter than a semi monthly one Estate of
of their and Na> ,
outs
t I Anny y rverlihung
t can. under his arm, and drawing on his t eonntetediberrwith, possesses a fctrop ; I -although this is not a <
glove*. I claim to t hi irafT
"W. are cope to dine, and take i& More than the ordinary share dilHculties' comparison on that score with any other novel WEEKS after 4ste. I win to tst
apply
the
and to
cation of the as manner .
day
LI I ,bode: of pint with you. ," was sometimes f attending :he early .t gesofall periudicala they publ are deurminec. t that'll i shall be able: to demands t the County Court. or St Jofcas
k the salatatiop.No tit bet n the fate of this U-gaune to encuunJ sustain and creditable competition. ALL ,PERSONS having County for Letters of Admin tntioa, en
could be J t but with a perseverance, which wuuld high by the estate of the lato John tbe Estate of ANDREW STOaaS late of
hing more unlucky1replied She peculiarly possessed
uTer( obstruct his wanlpath I advantages
no impedimenta oi<
Aieiauh dec. the aid dec. HANNAH WITH
render
ih. of lime he proprietors of the Novelists Magazine are : are requested County
\ weary economist the Editor has dev, tctl his whole entrr I larch lltb. 1334. $1-6
I derived from constant and direct intercourse same duly" authenticated: those indebted -
"I have bill and to the
\ not yet seen my pal enl",, girs; resources ruse re appe4rar.ce
r \ aid, am tVta rontnpru rent foi toe great ol'each nun ber on the! appointed day. II hia with the London publishers, by which they to the same to make immediate .
receive the latest BritUh rio"'I..1 soon u
(forts hart jjivm any degree of satisfaction, tu FRANCIS CUE.
consultation on 11 bad liter "hid.will h. payment Election Notice.NPTlC&
i sue, under the accntkuUted disadtar.tagea: which transmitted to this country, and .4110 from the March .
I2ib 51-8w Ezec's.Fill .
require ronsideutblo mini and ntteniion. beai-t him, it afford some assurance that his r.CilitY.hieb atonneclion with the most ex.tensive is hereby given that aa Election
G. is the ; printing establishment it Philadelphia: of
cat as diiapjiointaehtj future exertions will not be outdone by the members the JLeftaitUre
business must be minded. Let ,...t. gives them ol reprinting at the H'ortttt notice SaJe.my Council to represent the Counties of St.Jobu
tat .
: | pleasure of Every attention has bren bestowed upon)ai.y w.-rk they may undertake. U; 'for exam. and Mosquito, will be held oa Mondij the
\p BU? |*VP the" your cost P to y U hr I( mechanical exeeitti'ii of the Magazine, in I pie they al-o&ld wish to furnish, as part of PERMISSION ol F. D. Gould Eaqr. fifth day ol May next, at the Council Cbara

another dsy. whichrca.fctitiiib ;irveu thatM' ujil bear their regular strict, any new EngHili novel, W Presiding Justice of the County Court of ber In the City of St. Aagutiine. The poles
With theia words he moved forward tomp.I'AOnwit'', any othtr periodical they can do so at as early a date .any Amer. b(. J.thna C unly/ E. F.will be soM between will be opened at 9 o'clock A. W sad eats

and wished them. .already do we find .he limits too circumscribed ican bookw ller so that subscribers may receive the 4th.and 3 lit.of May next: ; at the market at 5 P. M. I
it simultaneously with the booksellers Iluttse in tbe City of St. E. F. the
repetition of almost the aamoK to tc n.eel the increasing demmds for Augustine GADHIELW. PEBPALL
visitor that hour clearedMs ry the insertion of original communications and publication in the .arger cities, and at. but atrying hole, or any portion (to nest purchaser) of FUANCIS GUI
at
every < Mn Track of Land contaiaving
or the .New Switzerland
rxptnse postage
selected articles. With a view tu meet, and E5TEHIEXAJINAU.
house of dinner company. IiV accumulated 'ltt better to deserve atlll further encouragement .' In kcting works for this publication in. 6339 tcres, with valuable Orange Groves, /iUJtClIrf-

a handapmp fortune ci.tlec. each number will t.I'nta'n to (>eErs; oi atfuciiou freshness and interest shall be>> asthey on the'Iilrr St.Johns B P. belcaeing to the April ll0. 1834 3-4- _

led scarce books, 'and'erected a hand- letter pn", instead cl 64. rd the pagr _illbe rhhcrto have been n.ost carefully nglr.dt"ll. Estate of F. P. Fatio deceased., -

some seat in the cot our S.. enlarged a thus g*%>ng sic third more matter l. When these cannot be fimr.d in the ALSOA TERRITOEIALASSESSOR3NOTICE .
than formerly.Tf ntdtrn prras. rrc ---I nt numbers to tub former ..hicbbcg toraed to the cult-ira t>f Sugar 'and Cotten--
t payment postage on lifting protluaitnt ot a day
'pnJNTINO.Effittl cril.era. who should! in advance Among them are very valuable. house servants attend at
,
pay having of
*&lr at entirely out print, are compar* THESUBSCRIBERwm
:
.
of He Printing Prm.ur.EvnTV b,ern attentedwith' great inconvenience it atively' out ot print, are comparatively but nt.tie Catpeaters. Ztc. s tie notice :\ ill be given eu ej
will br tiscu 41 she n. ewes t-fligfn ts favora* yeae j known, and more Thursday the 17ih and Fiiday
tiling; aiMitinna\ quantity matter to be turriahed.off 1'n famines residing in the country, remove lO!d. Terms, one third casS ( balance on Chambers
bio t. truth ; .nd light has| been inn online <-r. an equivalent from the Atlantic towns this will be parties a credit of one ainl two years; secured by mod at the City Council

and pittvailin thioogh long p..iodsor Early oi dra-a are solicited very few co. I u'arly' serviceable' work as supplying their Bond bearing legal interett from the date Saturday the 19tb end Moflday IMlist

time. Neatly I four centuries since, nn pica will be struck off be)os.d those actually literary wants on the best method that could payable annually, mortgage of the property and at his own resideucsia Barrack

U1miividualdttrUingon 00 Ibo bunks : Mibtmbrd for. be.drwiJed, and at an unprccedeented low and approved personal iciurUy! ward on Tuesday! aLa 22 aad
All aubacriptirma commence with the first The above Negroes or any portion of themin for tH
price.Determined. 23d of April
of lliM Rhine, invented th priming prpnan number of a volume. fat&Uies,may be treated for at private ale Wednesday the !

ii!vruiH.n sample in its kind, Out for Ti:"sesSSayear. N. U. PAYABLE IN to use every available mean throcgls J. II. Hanson Etc). at St. Augustine, purpose i of receiving thd Terriiartslreturns au
its i issues almost divine distro\ed the AUWNLE. of making the Novelist'a Magazine interesting" at any time before the sate. of which all persons Ii Wpay If

monopoly of kno.I"dge and tnsde it the 41 ihnse editors to whom this paper is sent, and valuable of to subscribers, and.framcon for the purpose ari' JOIIXLEKGLBMarch taxes m the County (for St. Joa8i
will give the above Prospectus a few inscr. giving tncturafement fib, 5O-tr. .f4n1nl"rdl. of color ovtrtbe
commodity of mankind. No soon* was lert to stimulate their exertions, the publiherlpropOlCt Iud all free male persons
the mind with ions.they will confer A fat or oa the publish.! of FIVE HUNDRED of std! iwe
genial knowl- lOne
npuitahed) and ahtll receive: a copy ot the wurk for a premium Marshal Sale. age twenty year
edge htn it. mold rt.a, itt loqior to a teimDtkkblesMtD one ere year. DEW 14INIIOM.\. UOLLAUS, to the author o' the best novel 60 yean .UtPI.lle take due noiicf.

of vigor, elevation, and E&ttrand Pulithtr.Vaibington pon upon! a N&tionaltubJttt. which aMll be BYvirtnenfawritof Fieri Facial Issued ELIAS WALLEN,
before the lit of October Court for tho Eastern
activity ; and it quickly discovered it.y \ D. C* Jan. 20, 1831.Katatc presented 1833. on or OUtridfC Florida and to me directed and Territorial Aa" or for S*. lobs

results equally icmaikublr. Oue tnigli.ty This premium will be awarded by ft com delivered; 1 will expose to public tale in front County.

taind dwelt a-aiong the stars, and Ma. of L. P.FATIO Dec. entice to be chosen for the purpose and aa I of the Cotirt lloosa In the City of Si Abgus. pri110.18S' 3tf _.

: .llfd the tnecanUm of lira fteaveni; an. is presumed the successful competitor possess tine on Thursday the 8th day of May next -_"_' t
w .. other i.tte&Tpted the perils of unknown FOUll weeks after date, I will apply to enututl merit, the publishers cube Noy.ea.tl between the hours of 1ft o'clock A.II. and .
1 I lion tee Judge of the County CourtI ; Magazine,besides using it for that work 3 P. U. cf that day the following property towit TBSFIlHRtfiA
and his iu
standard i in
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a w it Johns lor to sell of land ttientin to the estate
County permission to have it printed tnmbandsome book t A tract I t B il .LD
... World ; and yet another like Straion burst "certain real estate of Lewis P, Patio dec engage brrncorretpootliag to the best London edie of Ambrose Hall, containing Eve aadred i ,

....: the bouda el aopersttt'ion. and asserted who died HVestate, 'lying on the river St. Cons ol popular novel*. For every thousand acres mere or Usa, bounded on the East by 18EVERY,vaLrlD "

tllf",tgbta.ef conscience' abifo thou "elms,or ao much thereof u _ill be tufficient pica Dr the work thus printed, which maybe St. Johns dyer North by plantation ofJoshua TliUI$6DA Y
Hnd ItlartJ'n ...'... It:. .imftUV with to pay the debts of the said intestate. sold, the auth halt receive In addition Hictman Sooth tal""lands supposed CohclCSDI .
tbeir ltl ecL Impulse hal followed iQ. ftnCIIARLB UOWN1KO, to thefts hundred dollar*,fifty dollars or five to Z. SinpleJ and W.stby, Meant
u--b 20,1834 the of Asbroca Ran J.t
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land-tatin as property 81M AU.
f\l1ae.like ware dollars for every hundred.
UIIOD I wa" I great and ., at the cult Dr Henry w. E4ftrd1.
: eieb1y ia itself and gathering (reab r 03 Those novels presented for the premium ANGEL 8LA1E.Mar.b .

p.."", as It advanced. Liberty.T panes ,. Final Notite.ALL which shall prove uesaceessful,will be re !dt1t,1534.-14w. M4tMa. I Doti.ARr PER ANNUlfc
thair authors the ,pub FIVE
tuned, restricted turned to respective i iQ
in PERSONS
Europa has tolltht having demands against -
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control but that Notice. ,
ben causing over any
a carder dOlRi.kI" and', m. the i Estate of the late p. p. Falto flan
is the Mew World. renovated PihUe being lit,deceased are requested to render them In to which the prize maybe awarded. 1S cola sfUr date,ws s&all make ..,,11cation I ADVaTtaltttstl tosettei it OChoLLAZ *
1 pinlob properly attested, to David R. OI bam at : AU wrUiefs intended aa competitors for tbonremitsa to tha Hon Jctei L,'Dqsre t.pK Mwre-fcr, tltt r trfttwtioa
ltna bern called Into citsn-nce, lod II New Smyrna E. P. or Charles Downing at a SIt be conveyed frta of posta e.ti aidiallaDtlco of the Couatyof BuraJ, Z. P. and per Ftrrir C rrt fee ere
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testing and revealing boss the| precscma St. Aagustine, aa the Adminktratora will be addressed to the publishers prior lo thetat for Latters of Administration oa tbt fitytfe ofsamuel adttiIt

end de wH*. The folUes of Kist 'hAre close the concerns of the Estate bj the 3 lit of Octebtr 183& ra1rbu Esq. deceased HUe CfU4t oa. Longer viii>> 1

been>> checked ; the errors of governmentrrect susy heat. The price of the Vovetist'a Msgaslse is five STEPHEN EDDY '? 11':1.1'0,101. tad BO OM.1
March 2d, 1834. 50 JOHN Y. BOWDEN, a
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'dj ud ass "(tare claimed the te d thus per IDlSumpuablelD advance,andthe :
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