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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: May 22, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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N '''''' American Itevicw. thin ", three or tuna uunrfied feet u .uali; # ;'fOL': '. fti" scn0 j "i 0' ..
where. hushed ia death, fepose. bo- To the mtsdemco i ir ,/y yf pfo,: /....rn.tra* little. a '." ,.1.1. :Ilu"f
BATTLE OF CULLODEN. dies. of tile bravo but ill-fated Caledo admirer of natural pheaomt* i m organ, il'l hat bYlome t. -' ..J. .. .r rrsoltcd 6 I. /
"At eleven in the forenoon, the lines nians.- \\'hcrcvcr these mu nods na the sight ...f. large waterspout I cannot the tr.cki08 uwlaVJI.fi M, and rodeon Council, s uCorg. .. .... .,.. -- ... r.atslatsoc t I /

ftfi** Eagfeb misty began 10 appear oa the heath no longer b appear the, but eicite; (feel ugs of intense into a rail. me comfort and pen! nil I est be quested to use Ins" best' tf "/ ;
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grows,
e ef the moor. The Princekd -hue clover eat ; and taking place as ibis did iranv. of obtain additmnul aril "" ',
11.t't and tbe daisy, mingled with ea'o this way of jon neyin might en i torus lo / JlV
. sawed to rrsUn' Cullodca House ; a file green lust, betas iho dcpo: ,itc. diately before the towrt QUI craze Uiavo suggested&: the present mul"a and: .,iffir| 'Qi appropriations( for the enfiicaccomplniiment : ; i
Y such .
tl IS sawn at she intelligence reached mantled by their verdure.". ( as buy a "ttste for the tublmie'! nmproved railways JJy the w'y, upe-ik* 1 of the above ,..iks.ItetGlccdtfurtkir ,

LitIS.he row and put hiD1.rlr.llhe headoftfeesrroy. "" f'Ilattrnallltroim.On wore ,pcculuiIf,,. fortunate in-,- --! gfr ins of the improper od off- Die use of Tiut the foregoing /
.He thete exerted him- the 2ih nished with n rich treat-such a treat a the tongue, should oveiy man.sad woruao preamble dud these reolutims,1tguher .

tell to collect: his into, who amouted in January 1706, a party of Indians'killed of we slould think' would amply) coropew receive condign: Punishment roe this offence with. ton special, Ni9 s.ige of the G ovurn-,'r _.

ill lo aUnrt t five thousand! in wretched : George Mason at Pint' C rock, about at ate dIe stranger fur a season' rciideuo one half of society' would bo ronklanil ''o: of iiii, 'fCff.nr>, relating to the saw.e
ceedtajc\n'ttr' fighting with: >a r fo'co imWpeiir twelve miles from KuolYille.reD.. Day. ) occupied punishing the oth'r.1 i nut jet t-, be duly certified by the Prr idtni f';

...rabli not oral a num During the night ho heard a noise>> at his- A GOOD l Every town wntiM I need a ia5!.ridiugappaitus. mid Clerk of thin hou.e, and forwarded ,/ i'i' .
bull. .'0- in fill ihn oilier ehmenis of stable and stepped oat to ascertain the his ,STOAT.-Captain Owen ii Sonifbody! rcmnrk, nn unkind tu the said D.-URalP. /
""JCtb. Hi officers advised retreat cause: ; und the Indians coming between voyages Africa lately) publi's lace husband would not ,...:e....e his best JOHN "WARREN I':
teddrhyt but Chants Edwaid wasfullycefivtcced him and this door intercepted his in England describes a curious o.p tics, friend with a knife, but "ho does not hesitate Prttitltnt Legislative
that his army would hold turn. lie fled, but was bred and re pnenomcna; pioduted by rc.fi action, { to cut her with his tonguo. Agony Passed J.uumy22: 1834. I

i. r DO longer, slid 'icpcd brsidf>s, wounded. lie reached a cave upon, ,atw eta which from occurred |iill st\, ut no great di.. altogether, ihe most f'Jtfucillling.-Uuw JOS B. LANCASTER, ; .
lit tU stormy charge wbich had >o of. quarter of a mile from Ito house out of lance this Cape ot (:nod Hope.It .-.. much of this sort of tongue cutting per "Irl. ...
bo
r.iay true, but we can swallow .
fifftecer&4, would open a path for which hijiy V"h:1 oiety Northhumptan? CouriczPIIOCEEDINGS 1
already i in
t weltering blood
bo
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mutt beet the well ., FNCINCER OITICI
ftta to victory again The line wasferen was dragged Dod'murdered., liming known -- -- -TO: ... I 11
by the clans in their order Lord donG this, they returned to the house &: "Fljring Dutchman,1 a phaniom St. Augustine, ftb. s, Ib34., f 4
Gorge Marry commanded tho tight i despatch Isis'wife and childr Mrs.lo ship. which i Bailors may bu5elieved: i i. To the Mayor and City Council of SI. i! .
oa.
often
sod Lard John Drummond the I seen in (hose latitudes The ful- Of tht Legislative Council of the Territory Augustine: '
ttsf Miiion, unconcious of the fate of her is \
ho
lowing incidf-tit{
I Iefa It Was with difficulty that a suffi- hU\.clld.!! heard them talking'to each aUudedtoi Florida, en the subjects e/ GCNTLKMBN: : Io conformity with & -
13 tit!on Mercantile Journal. rebuitdin" the Sea Wail resolution passed by honorable body I
in
caret cumber of men could be collected other as i hey approached front of your I
the buult'A&
form a second line. fi.-st: she was .- "In the evening of she. GII| of April Stt .ftru-tine. and of repairing Fort on tho SO.h uli.,' the Cleik of the I
to delighted wi'h IIP|
hope, when off Port Danger Ibo Juiiacouta Council has It.
this handed
1M Duke: ol Cumberland made proen that her neighbors oioused St. Marls. rooming me I i icopy .
the
fir.
by was: seen about two miles lo 'leeward : of the uf tl|
paratieM bit ;part, one of the most log had comet to 'her assist lint April' 7, 1834. report :c. committee up- !
seep. J.IIM-I" with
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t ijo ingul.riiy of ler being : 'pointed to inquire, &c :
seeattsl of which seems to have been, perceiving that .iho Ue'crred&: to the Committee Af
moibiiation on Mliitary
tus 'o ( aMi-r i
m IB, w< JJt first tincludt'd urn compelled' tu believe that 'he .
lormcot" 'his men from indulging their oeither Englisli or Girm lie. UK, I Im.J i : il.ut! n c< uJ! not be slio ; but aiD P ecuhiuij.y "iu. I tunlm.IICttCIcoblly misapprehend the in*
attff let ruaaiag away. This tray of guage of }hur m-iglibors i "ho in at i'uuJv' 1 ...I'1t"1 i &gjjiUK: sand othei: rircuinstNiici'8 DXLCLTIVJ; Orricc, Jan. 13, 1634. tentiMii&utsi lJofcoal&ructioD. fthesrawall
rendered 1
ttttriac life was lets nttraca inferred that
> they were
savages roming loiiviiicevJ; us that we vero not ID then eiaroiuaiion and that they
martial law, Reich made it to tutek the house. I
sireny mistaken ; nay, bo Ui .tiuc'!vvu> kli : To the Prttidtnt of tAe LegiilatiieCouncil. Assumed hum irpori, as fads. things I
p itHbIe with immediate death. He The Jmruiue' had, that very m'uni ng, seen, that in:my: ,,'clllmCJ"1I faces could Itich could only known. to nay elf
ttek every way to inspire them with learned bow I lit* dcubli* it:ppur of a ri* be ()observed deck, b looking .oynldl.i. SIR : ,i egret that, in my messago 10 nut Yet luvtngcuai'mutjicaied the mode !

ewerKe. imploring:- them to dismiss- thu He was set. Fortunjiclv .Iaae rdiidicn-- our ..11:11.fwr: .keei'inc'thiu for pure : the L"o lsI'lIhu Council at the opening of cuostruciioo io nay person. I.eply: !
rteeatrauce of former failures from were nut aivakf ued by the fi'ttt|{ and I time tv* bcc.tmc surpihfd; : that site nude : of iliu M'-HUU, u notice of the improve- 1st. A pot nun ot the stone liken !

iKeii maids, though _they were evidentlyC sho took care not to niVdkefi them no efibil to J join UC, but vn the cutitraiy, I menu at Si Augustine, .o essential' to fioui the old foundations were, and are, .
HJ'' fieth in his euro. They were then Sho shut the dour and b.r.ef it witli i stood away Hut bring 50 near iho I I the piospeiiiy of that city, and .huthoii equdUy aouud and uninjured with those !!

ki -arard to the charge, and formed in benches and tnblos, und louk down *huwHIcharfd I r"kce; urder at, the duiancooffivc linn- = riflo of hrr tiibaiid. Sti** ifciu Div !us did not attach much importune" I omitted. They are of" such impuruncr ,time of slsrm.re ol a beiiei quality iacubsiquence
ami paces (torn the Highland line.i .- pUced herself direcily: 'iip to the I thai I hive it adv ol :
oIspu| I to this .proceeding; unj xveuccoriingly ; thought lll.bfI : r geneiitl property pos ... .
While this i was done, ono of ihoso incifartfl opening witch would be made forc ; I : ibis .
J by' continued our tuUr,"*. to Lung the subject specialty be* tt"ul"d: by stone, of improving by
.MII of loyalty that animated: tin moun.tMBteii. and she was too well uwaio" tint ho ''IQVO tluilais made the Gun- A of
ws to, und tent a H>ai away, uppairmly 20,000 was by 2d. por'ion the stone specified tin
One of them: a raggP'tyJtrrrtibed J iI Idn. She ras alone in daikiu- s.- fur the lu'I'U".I| ? of I prAias'up! e rah Govciumuni fur the purpose of ie- II.....|;,*.pU. 1, i i. ,large, and equally -

looking creature, opp.oidicd Tim veiling{ r tru.:f. vreiu wish-.; I pe>. mss o\'e. bn.:4: l, During thou night. wtrould building ihe tea wall in Goat of the rily :i- sust..bla (pfilups; more ,<<) with the
aIM tact,..., and denial!Jed guars] sing upon, the a.o....... She t-.ok council "not l pfitnvii; any light or oilier in.. <'!' St. Aogiisttur, and fur repa'niog stone: laneu. tmniediviely (row the quar- ,
Hi vis trot lu +tbe ifjf; wir! >ro hi'V lktdbot"ppueutly from bet r o, nuginniiu!.)', heightened h <'licati"ii if her locality.I The next fort Si. tt'oik, of the same place. tats tor he JouudilL un.. .

tjuiU; iixjiflerrnt tipi l"y wirc :-'iou f',r tier cluidieii, iliai: were I inuiuing: v.c nnrlioird *n S>mon' Day, There works are under the st'pciiuten- No oilier than such selected stone has ;
f9 tfecmiiulf; vtuch in* uitCoirh: appearwweicitfJ. -"J't>'''"i-T. uucn.s..u.ly.) iimuiid. her.- wiH-ir, fur \\holrtvetk, we wt-ie in dfoce ot'Lieul. Tuttle, r.f Iho engineer been u,ed ia the portion ol found-iions -
r Ui. he iris wi.clung hiopviuniiy Indian; unit .. aniifikei of and talent alluded '
tie funding (piealin- Hkious rxpcrynlion' : of bet nnivnl ; but coip, reputation ; to in the repoit < f die comunt-
;: ; **n when Lunl! liury, op*. Ictur jMdually f'I''m'CIlho door! tufli ia all..,wast1, zi lit ;aPJ 11..1 sat dais p3'iodthr and lul'uallou: for, their ptovccuiiuo ice, Dud H> IOU a as ihey were exh.ns.
cf ie Out-; .if, dpproarlie" l : ,I r ,|M."v4d' cicndv. ndu, to ittfiiipl un CIIII alltC.- n rraroutii, must l 1.I\'c been ,,bore are in a state of great forwardness( but ted, the fuundaiions have bees coniinuul -

. & r "tlt4i *ell him for ti:'.t,, tom i The bi.ily of one teas thrust in'o the ihrro hunched miles fitm I D.I, and no an additional appropriation is dceniedinilipro with ilia. l,.rgw terse friuo the quar ..
, ...., 661 chit f, S'll-"I, : yie,'" IJw-1 ortJng rend ju>s tilwI!! it. Hi* was .'Ihrr .\.1 t .af .11' s., "'C i.'U 'Ofl .4blu for their) completion: ries. Tho portion of the foundations .

k.i I. ,r' jd disthig'd it at that tl+tcrr "flU :'ling for ud.niliuncc. Two or seen A about the Cai; '."* which I rec' mmocd lojho Legislature (which were .laid compactly) J iho .cJvcied F .
***' *f, as a milter af fosime, fur ..tin1 'I rltsr e mere. u'uectlv; be hind, kin. "ef"11'1"Idli to tugtt upon iho attention of Congress. portions of the ulU .'0"", has been ., \
We t by which do biwst- (was immcdiiitr-j ing, 1 him lor-ward. She sift; the LESSON TO AbLe COQCE.TTIS A Si, AuguMiun is list le, in case of severe buuud with large taro stone, >ix feet in

l., sb.4Jua't4.! If:r&.I.& "ft dip. i .iHt: ', put the! muzzle! near I Ilit" Dublin paper mentions a mclancloly *f .lot in>> trout the: sea, to bleat; ii'jmy and 'length, iu'iead of tour, which would '
I .rl1lou.' and in such u direction i fur which not long since look plum near dckiiuciion. Il has all eaJy: swept ovei have bo.cn the liiickneu uf iho second

slit that the 1".11. ufa-r pitting rough his Boyle<< in tho cointy ofRoseomnon inlieJai.d. part of the building in that city, and us rour eifihe foundauou' had coniscd:

; trace few and iwfficieni, uttd were souls body, would peiieir.i those behind.Slaiiifd. .- It will M-rvc as a lesion to encroachments, in consequence) of he( only of headers io that part of the wall. ; f
'. 'M"-cid with: tcnible ffiect 1 ty tIm Lit." Tlift first Indiaa fell ; the | young men who engage ihe pflcclnns of dilapidated and insufficient state of lli.- in*, in fact, making the wall cinch
,' 'tt....oftbc English atmy.k Tiio tidy, next one littered the fru'ani of mortal susceptible damsels and tiara viilmut ,I old sea: wall, have, nilhio a few ye.n* I iiof
.4iK. ntl. then had becniiiight, usd fair, agon;.*. This inn i-pid I iVonun raw the any apparent cause desert) then past, been alarming. Tho increased cunl"uctc .
; t:: mc overcast and storm (If! policy cf, profound fiienrr. Sho ub.I The daughter of a respectable? former value which will be imparted to the 3d T<-e foundations; are sunken as

*..* .., rain! beat directly in tho faces uf scared. 'J'hu J I1Jiu.s. inconsequence, listened io (he addresses of' a yo jng gen- public lauds in East Florida md ope- each stone is bid, and na crouch c-n beupttsrd
tie Piiscc's men. Who g.cat otjclttia I tvric led in believe that aimed men thu man in the neighborhood, and conceived pccially the "public property in St. Augustiue > lot the reason ihat, if nUll C
each +arty seemed to be to inukjeW xrcio in the hUll'''. They withdrew fur him. strong affection although at by the contemplate! *! imprvVeuiQiii pl.el' lino! may bi sifBci-nt to l ld a '

| Ur tn-giu diD attaci; : Tlio KIIIith from iho jiousc, touilliiee! horses fiomllio brit also received his professions: with re offers considerations which wi'l:', $iual l l." tone., o. a. singl iyad {ia length, .

&l o..U tiot tin tlfif, because thfVl4t stable''', stud "i-t it on fire. Il was luctance. Tho tansy of their mutual attachment no doubt" lcact the Notional L"gi'-. I ea < at a i.ne; it imoiediately '0. .. .

ibat tl*ii artillery ants rapidly ahi... alteiwurds, ..fceit.iincl:: ..Ia:" 'tbil high- of cour. o became knuwn. and I:.UrO to make lurthor up1itopfidtios1nccetsarY tin. ; "l.t'r.*I) ciiKinjr not o'liy g .. in3iivnicnce ,

:!! ttte rank. ; vi tneit cnemi" s ; and mindediidmv l.u-1 l saved herself und iho young woman finding that her !'..vcr to cuniplcie :"!. Tha city "t' but much airs eatIsear.
tladi t: the i of ma.IahRtle her chiUrr' 'n OMIII the ,,";ark of iwriuy- t gicxv less ardent, and expressed a relueIHIICO St. Augustinosbelteved to bo the brat I. is b. c of lint fiitf fouodaitous arc
M "H atuck.uut'r He CM srcrssity orders to il ui I five tissailnnts.! -Urfahc. V. l". Littr to comply with ,Ins tuiirirnnnulengigemenis town et< blislipd within the piesent I m generally s "J OJlI', qjiie that J.'I:f flow
i In'lu Jcr. one evening evolved to be Us of the United Slates after the discovery water, but at any rate they arc ,
but
flLt' ", Lord Gerge Murry ; aft'I''ry I finally infoimed ..rhis intonlions and in. of Am..i Jra by Columbus. Il. much deeper thuulbo f iunJuiunsof the

;tr was killed I b.v! a cannon ball: : Front tit Apalaehiccla Advertiser vitrd him to ua. In the absence of her ancient and venerable WHlU-its u./ s.!. .tJ I\an. which has nut uude.miucd, as
lilt ur4e., Ilo1l'e'erfel' unnccesiary, I arthlteIuu'-il. vine-mantled battlements m .y be seen by .Dt..pruw...
far of AVAtnn Sl'otT.-O,ir ci'. were, parents, when peremptorily pulling the
that officera man fieiy courage 'Z"I&S& : and stone structures, present themselves 4th. In former fime, it was customary ;
took up himself' { the te'puusibility! of i gratified: on SUjUuy: ; last with u tiirtv.a f f qiicttion to him, nod receiving the nn evusivo{ to ihe eye of 'ho travellfi in tn cM to all wall of lorl, ie* walls '

berdring the ctargc. Tho onset teasasdteadfalas 1.lal ISH;: \vatrrspom: I which formed in theI nDW"r sl'0 lodged his brt collect She: of a beautiful contrast with the recently &>e. a slope or b.tfn on their ester or. '
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could be impired uy the I Cay. iintiji'disitelv opposite 1 to the foitit,. loaded pistol! al ast wasinsmediately reared villages and till's of other tec This custom hasten( ? since teen exploded
i ana avowed
eaetgf ot rage awl despair{ Though Wlien fir' >l riucnvcrcdit preemeu .in irpioliendc-of, the minder, at the same lions of oti Tenitniy. The preswva. by all mouitrn writers and *-sgt;i i- s .
' *tC sid. English pnurrd.. fire ol I appearance, Clt 1 commotion in the clouds) ., herself uilty her motives. lion of this city is highly important to peers, with the single exception of missive ; J r
arinkstry upon thetu,-tliougli time can tuck us if "Hen witnessed on the approach time declaring i I other portions of tho United Suites, asa scarp wall of forts, ii which C<,M it '
! '" aw,loaded with grapeshot, sweptjf\li I' of a thunder storm but after a few heard of desirable point for a public seminary ; is still retained at a maximum batter of
i I .be5esoil/>.ceof the fit-Id,-tho igli: llTejbiv i! ..uilctc1.(1' elapsed" il assumed the Good!- \Vo yesterday which took a I and from the salubrity tho atmosphereand one inch to each foot in the height of .
murriagns
fie4sfiomedthcnt wiallJ lietlgo ul shape of u funnel sutprndtd in II.o..ir.1: con de of singular' since in CamJfn. healthiness of situation and the facility the wall. In other cases it is d-'ernej '

ItIN, on they nrntlil.ea thimin indu d the j-mol'' part slowly) descending till ii J place rot long airivtd at his clj.mactenck 'of nccess lo it from the North and injurious. The sea walls in B,.*ton : i ,

mho f root Inw of tlic i Eagiisn: tirniy tccl communicated with the water below the A ,ponllemun.bui old not enon&h lo have a son 4 South, U mint eventually be apptecited *- .| harbor, for the preservations of the is. .
"lid &ore way thougii not till mat.v ni l.ci' ..wiiich, after the spout had man's fell in love as it justly) deserves. St. Augustine 1 .1 lands, constructed under the direction of d
a rlfe cftifr i had fallen. Uut the KniS runic tn matuiity, >o to SIl'1I1(, WHS agi* prottn up to (estate I of seventeen, will be ooked to by the, invalid and Col. Totlen, (one of tbe best practical
beautiful gii
*h army was so numerous that bel nt* lated und tfsi-mblcd an immense boiling with young soft and tender tale those who seek lo escape from the de- engineers, pet raps, in this, or any oiher .. '
i ito told ,
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eke. UifbUnders could reach the sncundf fountain It then nsosc'J urn rapidly' inn t to whom her a become his bride. struttive diseases of a Northern winter> country,) are constructed precisely ,.

of their enemy, they wero entinly I i line between tho *hippiiigt lying ut the :i v hich mnved resented at to first an suction so as an Abode delightful for the beauty ofi 1 upon the plan which I am adopting ia r.

I Hojpdthe last man fell l j just as hoCB :mirhoring ground nhd the mud muchine, His son and made the nuptial tio a. its sceuery and mild swaotncsi of its cli I Imato. 1 the present instance ; nor do his foundations ;
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up lo the points of 1 the! bayoneiv.5e s!I and broke irhcn about half\mile distant I incongruous, his cO:1JIanioul. Shartlyaficnvard' sink deeper than I am having the .-I N '..I

&efcw( aiiempirj to circa, and 1 fiom the latter. ?*H among) however he learnt use: fact I ams respectfully present foundations placed. It most bo t .
Jjatofthe clam, contented with i the The spout passed within n hunJrcdaids I the only dauuh.icr Your obedient servant, obvious that the islands in Boston bay
plate .i of the Shell Castle a ,schooner that h!. step-rooiher; was WILLIAM P. DUVAL. much exposed both ( tho rI119
i* ijj ed them hid taken .10 par i I) t hnndsome tich widow, whci heiamiedntely are more coin -
Mtbfl action ; but. the greater rart 01! employed as a lighter in this place Her of a pwid them n visit. Slrangoio waves and from the ice, than the hat hor It

weta mere strotrn in layers three or four crew beramo alarmed, lowered her sails tell I ho was captivated: with his in Mther Wlureas the repair mid preservation of this placv.5ih. ..
L feet deep I HJJOII J the fidd.Vlacu Chariot dropped I anthor IIDd-rt-aired to tho cabin, law's mother, (a pretty looking fir Fort St. Marks valuable as that wotk An examination; of any part or .
Edward sow thai 1 l.is (ions line had fail scarcely) hoping{ to csciipe{ destitution.They twoman thirty-two.) Sho conspated must over be to the defences of East the wall laid will show the stone cot fo j jI

W in the cha.ge he attempted, to lead did however escape and soon to the match o and they wero manicd a Florida, in the event of war, and interesting I a joint at close as is possible d that .
w ard the tccesa n }.or.n limo they after returned to town, exulting in their week afterwards.-Star. as n specimen of military fortification there'are infinitely) less openings between .

I JHMd the advance of the English;: : good fortune.Tho --- in its stYle and, architecture more them that cm be found in any ,. .
e aa efforis a ere unavailing and they grandeur of the scene wf very tell perfect than any other In the United similar walls ia any other onion of ibo .
w'.ro avow considerably enhanced by the interest A Qoikor once hearing a persol Status should us it has been, be detm- United
g t'y. The Prince liiigeieilAt : for another wise was States, owing: to tbe facility of
OG field, from which he could hardly which was felt for the safety of the how much bo felt needed lift assistance, ed of national importance : And vAne.D' working, this particular species of stones ,
be(arced away : ho felt with a true fore- I Lighter&: as well as tho shipping, in Iho ftiifierioe observed' aDd him | hast also the re-construction and esirn- 6th. The Engraaer Department had
that roads. It remarked to us afterwards dril u to Friend, the vail in front of the city the of
a the MO of that day was go- was for liana J"Rail lion of tea baoithed use mortar, generally t r
dawn uoo the ruin of his hop es, hisnwa by several sea-captains, who had thou felt in tnypocktt- of St. Augustine from Fort St. Marks from works of this description as boinj '_

J aDd hi. illusrion tastes,- often witnessed such things at sta, that z-Rail I Hoii are to Su Francis barracks, are Indispensa. not only Injadiciquf but a useless ezpen. .. ,
supposed
The, line ere the UighUtHler: bar s- IU total destruction of a vessel of any Bi4 inrentloa
Wttoldiy: is slit} di'iinrtly m arl.ed by stare would bo tbo unavoidable consoqucnco to be the intended U} facilitato eitv from severe storms, lo which it Islometime'clpo.ed. ,ire flhe sea ".1110 Boston brh.-, an;fODO .,
licit m e eat they wrio bunrd in pits of coming in contact irstli a wa- t ds Y.. They ate of one rough the and (teas tho conatant *CODSI acted by me on the Dlawa' ,I' ,<

the !pI.teslutro :iihey A-ll, to the ler sl Pout of much smaller dimensions.- the transition ife. But Rail Fading, another inroads of the tea sAnd ,.ab. The committee laboi, spade t ,. ,,:, j
bourne 1
ItItaMr| of two thousand The steno,' We tin not doubt this remark, considering )' of of these so
W,* !b.Lek rated trareller,Dr. Clarke, i th o immeni. weight of.. feet solid io body dt- I I ass department sot known ia antics days.i .- made by congress to effect th&o obi "that the wishes of tla ,citizens ,,'ero':to .
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,I I .:. 4 \. .' .. I.. ., '; ..a. .iI' -" pltall' ,end-p oncrs of war,"Including! I of their 'MM***: fiat iho CI' tl .
fOREION. -
wwfa H rt write*,''-vj ofd ropi>lbw Three laboreri teat $12 p r e.-.L. .... 'the stiltrations ary depots, :consists of 12,340 church and tho dwrche .._ to"
IE fDpnmeni. 'S:tf e orddt aa MtnoK' >. 36 OQ \... :] ,n : L ". .;'" war allowance.\ BoUnthisoumIs ;*o I'uciteo. San.. S....itr. S"utiaco
Provisions for do.30 days ', included 5000' men "Wilder'' arms with their respective ...
*-cru4rould **l trimtti foundations esin ,f, ENGLAND r&t also
r nay Judgment mightbo most. suitable each, at 23 cents .I. I'2Q, 70. T ; vUsceot. has been gl' .D.to belonging to the .Military arsenal Corn those of Santo Domingo, j'JJ ....

: 'It "'lm7 desire, however, to comply r '" Asmicatt postage bill. Market;Powder Manufactory, and othpublie Monja were all dashed 5 ,Ieee,,..
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; with the-wisbes of the citizens in the Cost per month. : $36- !tO_* tn I ,., &ipeoditoro of the British Gov* depaftraeutf; all formed into Witu the exception of only Itret-or

; location of the wall,and am much disappointed L ,,,ZrDt r\ for "to year> jg34 (incladingftk"'J"ose.pr different battalions. four boons which nave bat btU j tlC1pt4
1 that such is Dot the fact. Cost per square, "fct, '\ $2577, $ vyiivwuag tho taxes) will It-is qoito evident front the foregoingJemonstration destruction all the rests both cr_ .
ny consultations with the lato, Frou'l' Medical nttt| of our{"proud 1r1 0s exceed J:49.OOO.pOO ; and tho pop- that 'termination of the '0.1111. met with tbomaso r.se..... ..
:e. tub ect, I conceived>*% a r.:.. use of toorl. ..... ..:"".",, "d V ualiesod.e: Baited\ Kingdom being controversy is resolved on by the bclligeient es and convents experienced ....
Ml anfl wt<.,:. ../.''l tn0 views of most,, if machinery tollers, plank' &.c( thisgtees 2 bead for the brothers. smaller bourn which reaped IacI .-
not all of the inhabitants of St. Augus .8 96 :3,500,000 st
l.yJ per cent : was made on tho 3d of I were either removed from their
tine. The plan was, to row the wall in attack foundations I'onDer
:; Bernareo de Sa, up or so unsealed,as
Din
.r a straight line from tho commencement Total cost of quarrying and inhabited with as
taxation 1 St.
t bu.bet.u bead forthn encampment at safety, .beoeo
|82
the
to the termination of that part of the old placing upon rollers, $3.5079 aBartlrotnfitaw
foundations, which it would be both' injurious Uio'dt. .., de Paxso. Ho was sue righted population weredooaiedio .ar.
I .ntA'NCE.Tho cessful pursued the enemy a long distance let the rigors of a burning! sea b
and unnecessarily expensive to Hauling to the landing,-Four mules cb
Ministers have succeedei in car- and took possession of Villa: Re I never before known and the *'
... remove entirely.The with cart und machinery can haul to
location l...:.".... in iiif....>.!..r lAW. on the subject of as al and Castro Maim.HOLLAND'AND. by night in spot where they ai/aSS
lino of is not oo the old the !lading. 1J squares of stone per day. *u --- -- --
in the staid in wluch'tley BELGIUM. to implore the diyioe !!?
nearly
t ) foundation, from the commencement to I The cost per day may bo estimated at 'ciations, mercy for OHM
H Ibo aretnd- and of those whose dead
first proposed it-. Some warlike preparation move bodies
the.uninjured part of the foundations, $3 far, I per square, 33333. they bt4
either modify collected iogetlier. .
3 but it Is in a straight line and embraces Traiitportiag to the work across the cents at calculated to men on the part ot Holland, had Created :
:is oppressive character or even to limit uneasiness at Brussels ; and it hadbeOb The country all arouod
considerable I between it rs'rer. Wit
with
Twelve
a very space men, one scow, ,
,r and the old. wall. The object is eon.c.iell.o can: load and transport to Ibo wall six ,is duration having been rejected by asserted in the ,Paris papers that by tbe nig.u (WS& trod IcorchiOC.IQ by

LI b;, the gaining of a street, or squares of stone. Cost of this labor$1 | urge maj arittes. At the final dcbato Loa old had applied; to the Cabinet of day. .
utthcr the This which took placo op the 25th alt M. the Tuilleries fur an auxiliary aid 'o f The appearance of the city
\ widening! present one. per day ; or, per square, $2. j : t., tIao
object will be effected to that part of the Cutting and d"ing.-Fif.ecu men f I Para spoke strongly against Ibo rooa* French troops to repel the threatened violence of tho convulsion bad fa
I and J in the course of his speech, rather the imagined .invasion. Tho measure subsided is
I t wall whom the old remain or. yet can cut and Taco Boron squares of airs cure, or described as __
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ff. i standing, and from thence to the pillars :none per day. -Cost of this labor $ 1 : made the 'ibHowing solemn protest against French and English Ministers at tho melancholy-presenting Lotbiae bwundistioguishable aa'

I* it Is sufficiently wide. Thcr1 law docs per day ; or,-per seven squares 820 ; Ior I it. Hague moreover had called upon the ; teats of CdSn> budd.
I not contemplate. tearing down that portion per square, $2.3371. -, if.. "'If (std the Hon. Deputy,) oFrenchmad King of Holland to explain himself d logs, from which the survivors WIre....
I uhkh good { but, in case of a -Laying the wall.-Fifteen men can an honorable man, wishes hil'n1 !ntlonl. They are said to have deavoriogto exhume the numbers -0
I i future! appiopiiatiun( there will be no perform tits some qUIIaltYtr"ok, .. in 'foTbrm a peon to propagate, strengthen addressed if not joint, at least imulta--' had been ovoi whelmed.
such restriction, and it will be advisable the preceding article and at the samo en, or pre Christianity, I am hisman neous remonstrances to this monarch The villages in tho neiChborlaood of

I to extend the wall from tho pillars in a' cost, $2 8371.:; in spic of your Ministers and jour on the untoward augmentation of his army the'ctty ur'asto, camel, WIUh. M ,

lino with the outermost wall, thereby Cost of stone, delivered as I..w; and tho apparent preparations for coodino Bucsaouillo PejaadTaoV T
adding eight or ten feet to Ibo breadth above, $8.8312 /* If a frenchman an honorable man, hostilities which have: superinduced such re.>, C-nchalla.\amondiooToioJte
I sot tho sheet fl'ombeuco souther Add fur wastage, wishes toform a union, to extend charity expensive as well as alarming i measures (Gualmatan P.odiaco, and D!!

'I ]Jy- 18 per cent. .8831 und assistance to the poor and labor here. King William's reply was a pos havo all lust their i churches find the

I I cannot but regret that my pUnsshould ---.- $9.7143 ing class"! ;, to the sick, 01 to tho work ;itive denial of any intentions of aggres* first named town len strive of tine fro

t -; in nny respect have differed from Cost of cutting and l luy inn I mm" out of employ-1 am his man, in sion. All notion of an invasion at Brussels thatched !houses and five of heir.i iota '
t\)e views ur any portion of the inhabitant in the;wa'l'', 5.7142 ipitp of ottr Ministers and year law. had therefore subsided ; but says a itants.

I ol l jlw city but have tho fullest ..__r.I '. If my s Frenchman airhonorablo letter from that capital of the 2Sth The parishes of lalataYYa .

confidenco that a careful examination! of Cost of masonry per iqutro$15.4S3.j: vivo r 1. ttibrs'moro extensively to tliflusoHtfiiii March, Uic'movement of troops towards quer, Tarobo., Duiaco, Fones, lid c4arL1
.hit in all its I I l truth, senor doctrines, and the the frontier: the t tueu
subject bearing, will to* | "< !, measures tor te-occ u tuMghboiing Parishes,likewise had their
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Is' store to all the fullest confidence in the i Or, in round-oumbers, it may--f estimated .. .knowledge which' prepares for tho mo- pation of the camps,:which have been churches destroyed with their pUau.!
1 propriety and economy of tbo coujsocommenced. f I at $13 30 per square.. ; rift f Attje} future and the happiness of maintained in readiness since last 1ear.end I, turns and tiled booses,but trut lames*.

,I Fiom the foregoing data,'maY'6oaiadthe roan InJ-1 am the man in spite of your tho recall for the militia men, whoso rblo lose of life was cot iucuired the,,.
I *hall "ho pleased at all times to discuss t followingwtimatc : Mmistcis and your lair eonges have still several: months to run, which betel Paste and the Parish ,
any put: of the, proceedings< with I I t i 1. Sea Hull frt sls tho termination of 1C any Fienthman on honorablemanwishes prove that the (:Government alive to -5abllnd y. of

any mcmb'et committee of your hon tho old wall 'to tin tat rack wharf, 930.4:; to secure to his country the tho necessi y of acting in accordance The Comumsioucrs appointed by
tb
I .. orublo, bu' y.I squares, "$13 30, $14,731 20 safeguard of the electoral independence, with. the national' will. Governor, repo't, that at the right of
I I have the honor to bf.Very 2. Two breakwaters or and oppose those disgraceful elections, GERMANY.If large Lake in the District of Sib ado t

r"'t'ctfuUy -** jettees,. projecting into the .which deliver political' venality up to tho roiietated repor's from Venn* a small rising ground is observed < rr

\out most obedient serv't, river, 330 feet in length Ministerial corruption will btwih h aro to be relied on, the Emperor of Austria has vomited from its batni .Intra. .,.which.:_..
\ TUTTLE, each 20 fret wide. Aver* him in spite of your Ministers nnd your takes little direct interest in any of ruck, and that-huge- --and w--profuadcar.- .! r**V99

Lt. U. S.' Corp of Engineers. age section of masonry 200 ta t'. % public question; Hit convalescence I erns are in tbo neighborhood sarroaoding
( feet, or 100 feet on eacl 11 Thi:'slave of all jut laws, the 'enemy >goes: on, it is saM l, so slowly and[ the Desert called BordoncilU -
that
I, ; ST. AUGUSTINE, Feb 23, 1834. i
SIR Since our last letter! to you, eh- $15 50, ,- 20,46000 tcu> sal their victim, I will not lies* flout on th:'probaltle! con'Mnjrency {precipitated{ into the bowels of fire Elrtb
., i3, Enbahkmcnt of itaiii to I know no human da'iIh.ere he bo .
Closing sundry documents in relation *o earth cppoic.( to quietly and tho other part: raised ait It
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the sea wall, lieutenant Tuttle his {brought tram Anastatia is* I I'oui-r' which can ni;Ike mo apostatize ed by his son, fire decease df the pro above the suiface! tilt it had formed
:, trammeled to the City Council l a com '' 'land) 3,600 feet in length.. ''I fun G..d, humanity and France. I sent Emperor: would bo of little im/iflr- mountain of stupendous elev4fioa tie p.

I faunfc tir>nin rppty to the report of the ., Average sections 100 feel' nth destroy your law to obey my con lance: to Europe at large. It would [nnothcr 'lofty mountain of similar err'
I I., commueepoop.d on that tuhjrt. 4 17,037 cubic yards, at 50Us 'cirnc." cause no chance in the despot methane Situate between Sibiindoy and tat
copy of which we uko the liberty to : per cubic y.,,1. 8,318 5;0 On tint division; the numbers were 'i im, of which Mnttcrnicli is the chief diet 'which in its formation Africa, .
'fijrw U,. to you. I 4. -Fillingjettccs with for f the bril,:-tfi. ngninst, 134, major i. t Itt | rccior. Dut it is considered certain"flint great (deal of the overspread a
,- \ Wr,nrtk"* no comment on''his, commn- eahh/ ,400 cubic yards 2;!00 00 !h!. Several of tire societies in the f[, the all but inibccilo King of Hungary'I'wnuJd Commissioners original sail. Tbs
Map c ,lion, but merely *t !f',that the,c mfnitiee i To iho foregoing append. ,;wv ;ilct's havo already'protested against be set aside, :and his uncle the''IJ I: mountain 'fiat from further the state, fat Chic

are not inclined to vllni the opinion I Additional repairs nf Fort ihf bw, and announced their determination J Archduke Charles* appointed Regent ofj I i vuUions of the, Earth surcesMva car
contained in the F"portVe did not Marion as follows : to disobry it Some of the most tho Empire.! Such are the notions l!j, mouldered neat,
very Covering tho
'. wi'h to interfere with Urutemnt Tnt I 1. Of 100 running foot distil nrsbed members of tho Socictede confidently pat forward in letters entitled j t the forni-tioo high roads, and qsltr ,
tie ''of wall in front of roils de Phomtoe have deemed of immense marshes ii i i.
hut it was a ditty u'hirh the publicgood tho fort $ it to much attention. j the
did not permit us to Vhrluok. 40 square, C20 00 ,expedient to quit'Paris The veteran Congress of Vienna. Letters from i. earth neighborhood : that portioni of iff,
V** nUn enclose 'to you a petition of -2. New pate and bridges, ,800 00 LtfsI; 'cite, has dcliverad thin followingwritten Vienna state that she affairs of i precipitated occasionally {miss itt
fell
.. th, City Council for permission to widen -3. N,,w flouring, doors, t '' "protest against the measure :- Ian:! occupy much attention Switzer-j.. and j tops- into the bed of!the! river BS
.! the street leading westward across and window to eight arches, 2,000 00 "**the -new and progressive attack on that resolutions \\'III1Ja passed for tile J'|IS sudden laC and obstructed its coarse, tU

,. St. Sebastianbrrdgennd have to request our July revolution has' been so completely !; removal of the Poles ; and other political 'I(I which and impetuous overthrow rf
you to ute your influence and exertion Total amount of cstimrite, 49,329 70 manifested on both sides in the: exiles from the country These I! the destroyed the lands and boasts cf
in its favor. Aldfor unforeseen expense. j t debates, tint my forced absence from r resolution will bo nfterwards'sanctioned I people of Santiago forcing its wa-

'", Wo have the honor to bPI sir, % 670 j 39''' the Chamber, is a subject of regret for I jby ISO Diet and then announced to the !I. creased sera even as for as Puturaayo, Reins ist.

r Your obedient! rvants, I I myself alone. I coulfl, nevertheless, Swiss Confederation: in the name of all i[ by nearly ninety uibJtarj
.' ANTONIO ALVAREZ Afevor. Aggregate of estimate, have: certified to tho heirs of 89 and :llhe Governments ot Germany Such ]'.siteanu; ; and they state that the fherd
and
GAB \\:. PERPALL, including unforeseen expenses 1830; that, even nndcr' the ancient {overtures can be agreeable: to the ConI' I rums ten houses have been rednted <10

....' ANDIV. ANDERSON e $30.000,00J'regime, iuch an interdiction subject to federation, it being to its interest to remain 'i and tho remainder of the Johabj. .
JAMES M. COULD :'I ,, I'tire good pleasure of tho police of Sar- on friendly terms .with the neigh all Cants 'have fled into high tuouataia wiii

Aldtrmen.v January 21tf, 1834. tf t es and Lenoir, would have excited I' boring Slates and to rid itself of those I. the images which they were ahlel! ,

Iv t' To the!tlnn. Josr.prt,M. WIIITC ,S. TUTTL'E. tI\ibrtrst-muht and indignation, even i in troublesome* guests, whose sole occn a. ; of Five this from the wreck. Almost tllf..hart j
i Dilfpate in CII".asAing'on ,.--* oz.,. L\, B. Corps of Lnginnttrs. t tho Salons oTV crsailles. I not 'confina I lion is to create discord and disturbance canton is overspread wkb Iirw
... iCity. To Doctor W. If. SIMMONS. myself to adding my personal protest to not only within but without that coon j'y.sef, piincrpally in the parish: of'J

In behalf of the citizens of St.-4". the numerous votes of my honorablecolleagues try. Xaeuanqncr, where its numerous eruptions -
\ Estimate ; gustine. the atrti social have fortunately: not diituibedda
against
of fund requisite. for the con"tinuntion : consequence AWFUL EARTlTQUAlte t.V SOUTH AMERICA.
i of the seawall,for the pro I ST. AUGUSTINE, Jan. 21st, 1834. of system, the origin and tendency /he city of Paste dt'trD9td-OD course The of the river Guiiara.
fiction of the city of &t, Augustinet Sin : At your request, in behalf of nf which I pointed out long ago. of thoio fearful convulsions of Nature all. constituted authorities have deaf ,
and;far additional repair* of Fori: the citizens of St. Auguytine, I present "Paris.2Gtb March 183,1., which: sometimes occur to make man, In their power to mitigate l i this heart :

Marion accompanied by a plan oj'you with the foregoing Rstimati and ac- (Signed) "LAFAYETTE." feel his impotence, as compared with rendtngcalamitY there. Thiee tboa- '
the city; companying plan of the city of St. Au Tcibute has the Colby ingTbeUnlnn tho omnipotent, power of his Creator. sand dollars were immediately furrarl'ed .

1. Te distance from tho termination guttine. de Juillet hold a geceral meeting. occurred in tho mountainous districts of and by the Governor to the city of Pwa., .

af the present sea wall to Ihohalf Having carefully examined all IhO yesterday, under the presidency of Gen New Grenada, near tile Western frontier subscriptions to a considerable amount -
i at details of tho encroachments eral Lifbyeite when entered were entered into to relieve tile
01. Fr nci4 barracks is of rlao.sca. they nprntci't and also near the tho20th
as follows viz., equator, on
Chains ,Links and of she destruction ol property (I against the Associations Bill, & and 22d of January, which has pressing distresses! occasioned by she!

1. To Drysdalo's think public as well as private) by the ''pledged: themselves not to submit to it 1 t.. been, attended with results of the most calamity. ,
Cornet, 32 64 violence of the waves, I sea no jollier : \Vhb ut'm.king public things which terrible- fatality.-- The- city of Pasto -

V 2. 'Otr.N, 2 7 5 permanent mode by which your city can :concurn'tho society alone,:wo say that. with a population of from'12,000 to 15- Notice '

3. Dm rack whatfc 4 5 G be protected: from a continuation of those more ttiao: 'one deputy was present at' 000 inhabitants, has been almost completely @1 IX'weeks after date we will. appfl u
disasters than tho ono pointed out in I; the:tnentitrg and'that M. Laffite has destroyed, and upwards of fifty gu''the Presiding Justice ot St.J4asCaos

"Total, 39 95 Ibo plan and estimate hero with. slot the Ie.ut'energetic in recommendldg lives lost. The city ot Popayan con I, tie for Letters or Admlnlitntioa on t&f'E' >
Or, in 'round numbers, 40 chains, 01 The repairs estimated for Fort' Marion rcsiitaticr." t tainine near, 30,000 inhabitants, has also Ute of Pablo Sab9te.>decei ed. -
t 2,640 Icet. will undoubtedly be useful and i important PORTUGAL; been destroyed. The entire .ANTONIO ALVAREZ
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F 2. If the wall be supported in lesi r ,{although, 1 think, not included From LUbon our advices extend to for leagues around Paste has been country converted $t. Angnstjne.BAMONSAD1T&1b1S'b.183i..76wI
.' by a parapet .of earth twenty feet rn in tbt' I.t" low of Congress,) i'f Kofi a- -th4ylltand from Oporto to the{ 18th! into a'scene of complete desolation .

: thickness, the following may bo'deemei (Dispensable J on account of store rooms, of larchV: The-Tollowing is an extract and Inour ing. A volcanic mountain $10O HEWAHD-:

I a sufficiently accurate profile( ot the av- prison rooms, (tor which purpose a portion treat a privateleter,''''rtnen by no officer overhangs the city of PastQ which a1
m \N AWAY from 'iuter.ber on
ertgo masonry end earth requited t o bit is now used,) and perhaps for other in Don PeJro'i service dated March is situated in latitude, 1,13, N. long. Uth April last, his two negro: i sawn
wells
= constructed. : county as military purposes. 12- 77 II-and as the ride of the Andes, PRINCE and CCJtERAlN.PUINCB .
a Section ofMojonry 36 q.ft. I have the.honor lobe, "This moment, Naplers regiment, which stretches a little to tho westward, is about 23 years of **e. &rkcpnaplcdon

Having no levelling instrument, the Very respectfully 870 strong has marched past in fine or was severely effected, there is about si J feet bIb, vita rod
levels above Your most obd't scrvV, der to be reviewed 'Orders have every vistjfe. .... ,.
are only tiveraged by Just reason-to apprehend that the
ap city 'of COLEUAtN Is about 30 35 of
or years iQsix
S. been
.. proximaiion- from the tides. TUTTLE issued by Pedro for every ofnccr Quito, and tho Republic of Ecuador, feet htgb, ot! tight complexion aiJ ft**
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;' 1 -Thoenst ottho will' Lt. V. B. Corps of, B einttr.. and man fit for active service, to march have alto
J 4 masonry comprts4tVA --- experienced effects of the came bodied. They were formertytbejiropertyiiWilliam !
; .. different items, %lz.. I To Doctor W. II. SIMMONS, on Tuesday next at 7 P. M. Tho Irish calamity. Two letters, addressed P. KeHr,sod ire .eD bOP ,
i 1st. Quarrying.2d fn behalf the citizens of St. Augeittne ,battallloD appear to too'no* the elite o f the-Secretary of State 'give' full to the St. Johns River. ,
i, 4 Hauling the landing.. preient.Thete don PedroVfotces( \ they are, indeed, melancholy details of this, and The above reward will be :PIJiofdelirery drat t
f' '23. Transporting to the woik. itcfits cannot be estimated* In i)& ". 'ftJlo.t Uyrif mop, and'mdsfof oTi-( From them It appalling'lbxtthe visitation. them.to me further or .in St.reward Wwys tI Jail Oft8IJG so tbtt
: 4'h.' tail, in consequence ol the of+ Hie tern yoyng'hien of good appears ret A ,
Dressing.5th. uncertainty family. shock
I '. cost of the material was experienced at seven o'clock dollars will be Aid fur proof to the cca
\ \ I workmanship, & ve- 2n Miguel issued a proclamation o!lilt
Laying.Quarrying. Matte therefor on in tho morning of tho &0ib tion of their berg eperson. harboured bjrin
I t I I. or of the place from whe January
nee ;
the Qh
: F ."--Of the I description of they must be procured 11 i*hope c'i J. 'hoer wet.' "Mli ,'trt Sa'ntarcm, to his 'troops, i in when au awful motion of the earth coin WILUAWT.183'14 HOPKC
*' fttpnr proposed I I. r. of the dimastonspropnsed : that'tbese amounts wilt prove suf ieien t. ho' say, "that with< the nsiisof roenced Which continued for nearly .Jettefaun.Geo. May 6ib -

three good laborers can l --:- : iuirni tonfeposi God 'he intends to force 'th e four hours without interruption& -
1 and
quarry : ons of tha rebels add .. Final Notice.J& .
I and raise, and place upon rollers, In Superior Court:=East Florida, May I 'enter victoy which on the 22d was again succeeded t
readiness for fiefs Into Lisbon ; but should o od several LL PERSONS hating d maftdt
the by others
I hading, at rato of one Term 1834. still more violent... '
# not nut !him in the \. the BWteofthe laze P.P.Fa1io, Ph'
( driving rebels
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rqutie ono cubic fuel per .J3t. AUGUSTINE MAT 5th U3 b completed In one chaos of d.stinction reacWtAaI b
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:: lore in that caio It U his m.deceased VII icpeatad
day The number working days, ex ifeDKRKU, 1lt an extra term or the I & intention what parts of the city the former properly attested.to layitJ IL .1)u sa _
I elusive of Sundays and other days lou, vJI Court be olden in this e.ty, to coin.I toI 7..u ual aatstetri, .and. rhodaily to I Ir had snared. New 8mrDa E. '.or CbarId )1W1I nr ill
nay be estimated at twenty-two per weoce A un'theflrst Monday ..I"Juno neat. I?', Of all the religious churches in the St. Aupatiu. u the AdmiDistratarl ::
.- taoftthr true copy from thejnirwte,* rations this, month, issued city only that of Joins del close' the concerns el tae Estate by tin 1
1 I .- K, It/GID08, Clei'i ''. to e garrison ofLubon: Military fbi of Sao Andre flio and that of May next. .
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; .&vUZ.II.&T .. I,[ -comniitteo b'40 piuvidcd fur glic a dccMcd ob tade to lab c n.u 0
Mr. GOULD : ARRIVAL FROM LIV.EIPOOL.J ennnlment' Of'DUluth! Items bs appear lOCO in pfiicc. '. fJo successor .to.p .
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? I perceive In the i. last num AVo most heartily coagnl.te.pur, tfot t'i fee properly chargeable ii'poii$ lto Dako do aroglio had yet been eliosoa, I

: ber ofyour Herald till editorial resurk eabtlrpI lung Merchants and Cfeens Jo LTncd !'4ttis ; and to avoid the pny.; nor. does it appoar that" tip. to, Wednesday I

-"" i-..If z.h "": Wllbla de. beaded "A mrD paper in jt. 'Aitgu. Senera'S!, upon the arrival inoucrfi of otentxjf f those obnosious items, it is im- afternoon; ( any stepslodlieeo: uUcu
_... ... baa be4:1&: cIoae to tiie the tin UNION act this bill before thin! with that view.Famine. .
bill on
e-_ or Flotidi, and mere in which you tluow out allusious Cap I,,"'donr- 'pQl't iil'tJ .
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-We"df 1G r e.ewce tbc,iGiaitl of the St. Johns.... too broad not to bo comprehended end er, (rum Liveipool after a pe- &of [lpSt _t of the oppropriatton bill. 4 o 4

of Florida are vastl/ Indebted to boU oHcrtiooi, too plain to be miiua; 40 day,. The Unioo. brings Nil, CM* .-.TJie Nova Scotlae.'gi-;,appalling ;

.- .--r-ur: romhantt' ia I.I .. derstood to wit : "That Mr, JNO. LIE go of salt, end is >
rerir l'thillC-ctiw of DC. efforts of' couatry&nd Dew- WILUAMS bad ioformed Mr. GOULD he return freight, of
...,.11 r.-e4)7" pat a Steamboat upon had oo| authorized hit name (o be used in country whir& vo are confident. (Iron pnr. osea. Many [amities have been ifducr rf .
i.b'T&t.JObIiWCtM$""" $ aide several tripe connexion with "TAc neto paper in St. OJr knowledge of the teal which is' fct lie it enacted f yt. e Stnalt and House necessity of taking; only one uses! --fI. .

daat rJa&nd. this bat been.SrSr Augustine," that it was used without his by many afourmerchants'lo! an open Representative: ofihe Umttd Slate consisting ofpotutoct of PI ler.ble qua!. V

roduCiog to our aequins'.ince (Mr. William) knowledge and that is log trad ,direci with!. Llvcrpoof,) she wil i ofAtncrlcn in ('ongltll at tm61d, That it 7- .

,,. .ltO.thought probably of looking etbtrise.tTC into. soon as ho ascertained Ute fact be (Mr. get with but little delay.: Many nnlgroat the counties of KkCdinbia; ,,jMckton Leon I

..U Tbe? bYe 1npTCUO1 which the, bavctecttCd. Williams) erased it from the proipectus. are the resources of ApalachicoU: Gads-Jen Jtff'usun and St, John's, I Cholera. in ItViTho New.0,-

ii". id Ie lact.Web every one mutt ." I .presume Sir, that Mr. WOUASIS and rapid has been her march in tin iu the Teiriiory o( Floridp,.shall bo authorized I leant Dee, of the 24th oh. says :"The ".

te.who tatel 6 icw or tho 8U; Johaa, :if aware of all the facts in relation to path of improvement. The increase to elect! two members' of the Cholera.had broken out 011 board tile .

...bI deeP..Uuti,.,. thVNew Paper as well!) as tnvscjf and if Irad. of this .cason, is sufficient in convince I LegitUtivo Council of said Ten itory ns steamer Pbifadelphia.: She. landed a detachmRnt .

It I Wiaaneiwetd. the to Th toe".public Li Steam about rcttics' thrteEk.thII I: mistake not there are a 'number of I any reasonable mind that she wil$ now directed! by law ; all other counties of tho United States Troops .

I 0..... by the aboye ccp&fly. gentlemen ol high respectability in this eventually surmount. oU' the obstacle in said Territory! shall respectively, tieisiuthio,1ad |lit MontgomeryV, Point on Sunday i-

...." 5&YUft, 1t I'icolata anti .Lake community, who can refresh his memo which impede her growth nnd rise to :! t a'elect one member each in | morning the commanding officer of

(O' fkIrp4C c: uf giving truie woo ry, should bo have forgotten these(atj" I high stand among Commercial Cities or Ihe nnunrr: now'directod.oi which shall which stated to our informant that sis .

22"?to oie> I trip to the Utter place .ndVSliaf A newspaper controversy is at best unpleasant the Gulf in which scale sho ranks! at I hrieaticr lo 'pn'mibed by law ; and I of liit corps had been atuckcd with the .

U e the variout Johns objects an oppoi tunnyiLmUi bat when an individual is in. third in point of greatness Jrehdy.lrn .- such OMimtea .,* h:ivr tint at this time a I disease uno'of whom had died two

tft n4eMJPg Thunday? I< the FlfJrid" nocoutly assailed and his views and mo of 'supericr Vmnihfitcia! krmrl mi-nth iii' itil Council, shall! be author- 1'others were supposed I to be io a danger. .. .' ,

10.rcot&tJ.lCC'ordihg; to arrangement. lives publicly .misrepresented Jto is edge (and \f! have such attioopt "'-,, ) I ifcd to i-lvct' one befuiv. iho next session 1 lout state. There had. been a &w cases

lid Va J'ri4.at Bwttmir the departed thence bound as publicly to rebut and correct have: for sumo &time past seen Hint nothing ,at.'rf'ca, on thu fist Monday of Sept em.Ilror ( among the passengers' of the boat, .ono ,
40 :m. i.U.ard pucdceorgcst1tis.an44Um.A.M. was \I of whom had died."
tkthc1Akc4L& if possible, any erroneous improi&ionsthat & wanting. complete icr.triumphover .f'Olt. .
&.aU 1 5!(".. 2. And be it further enacted } ,
tI the bAt totall but lUatY have been conceived against every! difficulty OI110(1..larrc our .
the p.rt,ud Cd appeared board detrout was I* Vlrt .to him and .-.1 believe that Mr. WILLIAMS most briUant! tncccss in contvcrco put I That it l'aalll1ot be lawful for the Leg |t''Novel Feat.. JhQ York (Pa.) Republican \

trieg I'eftjoyaent, during tbe three days and Mr. GOULD do! Dot correctly: understand direct intercourse with soim ono of!bC! i I isbtivo Council to employ moro thantisran { on Wedaesiiay mnhionsanovcheat, i

t LU'".. 1 krGewr,:e a ti founu to be bout each other, I would respectfully European Markets ; throt? whlicisi i,I clnik, nor to dirrct the priuiicg ;iI performed by a YanKee at that place & JI

IS_ ngai17br.iiIi! and its average ask the former' of these Gentlemen a channel might export our Gonoti, nil :I tho-ldWt of) said Territory in. moro ih iI few 4.a'llinco, Early. i io ,the morning
.II 01 .;er about 10 feet. The party import our Sail Wire HardWare three s'wipap..is, nt the public an took
Aore T at severil$ places on the E at j few questions which I trust ho will t Crockery I argument place btlweon a Yan
.tit ohhe fI lAIc, ,.tw the h -a4 01 it, and I answer with candour and sincerity.1st. .- I &c.'by should \vo lot Import Sfc. 3. Anti be it further p.IPfnSf.\\ kee stranger and a resident of the barI .

SSt cr< $1toPit4Itbe.ifiC&tioQ of viewing I Did you not some months since theto and other, kinds of good as vtll That so much ol slit art I rough Io relation to the merits of I

S SumVt1"?. nut lia body of ws'er. I IGt i in the presence of Mr. BONETHEAO of as our fitends of New York. act to provide for the compensation of.I masonry and anti-masonry. At last tho 0

tt&I d which bursts ouCof lafgclueenaneJ Charleston express a wish to be con. I .Nature hut opened her bouniful hand tho officers .fthe Council, and for oth-i opponent of the Yankee becoming

\sII r.a Utetfinio' the d l.tb.Lake ranninj about off} ot and a cerned in hticw'paper to ,bo .puMMinlin to 1ii us well as to them-our town' it er ,turIJU't".u as provides: paragraph; :.I I somewhat irritated, offered his antagonist *

CII1"f RJ itilOllrc l'pe"| it au pure this city t 2nd. Wernvou not a. not to III,g.. and our harbor K not to number ..ev&\n. for flio iupnrihtcudingiht five dollars, il he, would sit upon a post *l

.tit..bouom..a'\ b. seen .tout no felt-. waie at th-u timr ih>nl 'iviotc f* Mr. I 'Ueu.No-but iho great hi !iw, y oft piintirg tho nets, revising the ..proofsheets at the door of ibo Hotel!, in the open

Filla aI nnOUI kiwi *od ol" great a&c and A. E. MILLER uf Cli rlcMon II' uSd1. tinocean<<: i is OI'f"lutIl8S well asto them; and iho" allowance theiefnr ; so : street and lecture open acti- masonry l

_tit" be ceo at:all\ tiraet pU)lag in lain .ho of lutubt th. und use fault is our uwn if wo tin not much of the said act in pam rapli number I from that time. until tho .se.llln" ..1t.'uc ,*- ,
itlliaPad.atcr'. the ahoret of the Lake price a priming!: make use ont to an advan,.. c. Wo nil!. eight, us provides lor Miiching s.nd. I Mm. '1'a- ". .._" -=v* nu. propositionat
1sIie4Iib Gr1frl i of Sour Ounce! Trees i mont complete nnd did yob not'peruse not close ibis ruuilaling OCI''UIIII l Stub ..u.v un.tlut.; ando I once ; the money being staked, ho \
licit
without
...4 tac toil is fthe ric1.eH kinU lor Sugar his answer 7 3rd Did you not 'under Ou m *if Ct.uab'urnn. ;rot', : > much of the act as provtues: 111 the I mounted >Pot the.rOslruw,but the posi
U)e eo-rknce ofilie tilrer SpnaKtrt.rraubJne stand aud believe that iirigUlinrS \! \
At : at ptiiod
gitcI t you '' sixteenth paragraph fur a clerk ra the and there be'tat reading
this arrival 1 U brconsidcied I ; anti-masonry
trove ol SOUP Orange out Livcrpnul m y ,
were to be concerned in u new piper executive rflice be and ohio Sdoro ishuifbv. to a multitude )&f boys and I I
011 wn of 15 u? 20 l feet elfvation, ao era: ;iu then history. nsan wr1 I now Iud
Trcd $ should such onn meet with general. patio nnnullt'il. then adult.
ofriaJI 01 pctntl.kl- U an.e our own, and slit; now feel that I -, .--- --- to a passing Towards ooon i
.ith ffletab" a, r'Jlit i ha pro cage ; and did I not express o dcsiro she stands: on un equality may tvit'h Macon Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, he vus nfiered ODe
Jefttaad Ihf It.I\J J .."lnJf 'be Spring be'stCoi thaI )0&1 should bo thus concerned ?- That it shall bu the duty of the Secretary wine i it be would get dowb, which ho
und
I ti t?. and AuguMH, i-vcn Savannah as regards !
M =
Clinch, o > Ar.IlY. 4th. Did I not lately stale to \
.. veiy you the ol & Tho of thr Tenitoiy to spet intend the rbfuied. About noon ho was offered
mua"s Eiportt Imports.
tU'lIrc day iormaverunpor. ;
.hit_.ill a 1dt1&.aw"t toile. that ha subject of the URW papnr was Union, camr over thu bar with ll| priming nnd revision uf tile laws, and it two dollars: und a Iaalnr: be would-' ,descend i
--- -- the ot revived aud that IlhHliuVouhl) meet bhiill be his to send printed and but he stuck his
Pr jlsa ItUid entrance the Laketutto feet water.- Many were under the imprrssion duty a to bargain uffiiV, :
tinted iVw ii6 or 7 m.le: Ion; with succftst t 5iti Di-J! you, nut copy, thtl" rl her not manutrni't ropy to tho Dcpaittnent the sun had entirely dearended the "' '
%t s> so large us
tnd f''urn twn to tbrtc vide. ,%, tel Z I!' 'I.Ifq ha ttlectnt it M agr.nidi exertion obtain t..b-!
use evt
y the Sccctavy ff( the Senate and Cheek befoie quitting tits '
learn lust post.
bnr buttvc
tTpri' le:IMlh.tat for iliC ol U!e are giuthltlto
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C.gJt IB4 ,'i'.. tit .'t'1.."1! h. hit rUnte,! out ncrtu-" to said: fauci.. t Gilt. Did I sue li.l not IMVC 10 encounter the tliglilt \i.f the llouio of Hepresntativcs oft heI =: :- _--! .- I

th vc .... {...- ,'C"m.'f'. t....", 'k.lICNb nu; in MIC$ rcadinj room ut yuur kout. int'\..;1st'Ict. Wu HID in hope* o ted States to be laid IHoto' Conpitst POUT OF ST. AUOV8T1NE.AIRIVED. -- --. .
,.. ,' 0 J'htl' ,'; tu.. :;1", ,' Half i i that I tnui gilt tunii' .
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: }t' t Uraj yo yutu .15 .& ili'u "ill '!':'I an rnd to the 'rn-iny ; und ihe umoiini approptiaird by ----:-: 0 -0 -- : .
at t ..,' .&$" h CJtN t fun"the u.tioll nt ought to be tdtifd to the j":ows4!, you: th" said Legislative Council shall not .
mndj /
false stuCrnt-utt conrerni -
till" f *.|tiff.* IIf.rtd lot immeil'' ".:UI!'. ,i173d hud titLh" uu'i diu 1 irci-ntly 15tb Scb. S.
i n lying on mo the I rxcri-d, ntiuually, use sum of scvinthoutHiiJ 8. ituto outbvick. Charles.br *
si.allow of tie
HMiHftrre V.y3. n < ttefk'ibai' K< i 1:1'' tv' nes water on ,
20
froi that itne!mn'il 17W' it? RT<.U iirpitiii.ion 'I..' in your p'escr.c'', und in your \nv, ti.it., 'li u vi-iy n-ldtitn that a ,'<<-nul doll.iM; including their pay Dennett, hours O. Howard oncrclianuixe A i'aujtud.to V.bocUexf"'.... Lev.ingttun P.. 'i ,

.". p".Jerl" .ere" ra.4. &nibecazt u'idyuor n-trne tln-H'ln-.ld y. iu ohjrciu dirfwii.j I ; ; 14 U'il water run not ruT fiver. RMtei.g! I;' printitrg, sun- incidental 1 expenSec. and I*. llanucie.. 1'unenffft, L cut. i

Tiltubk eurcir ol irstib to the pro it." that limo ? 7ili.V oud) you In iavini Wb wish her u i III">rp-. -e. I ..- -... 1. l<. nW, L..4y and CTt'itd.' \ ... M.. Gibbons.Lady -
prterUthc ",'>.VtnJiaihe National C;ovefMarat rmt h.ivc: concoivoil it .11 unp !nth ".l1ul Iflul MJitt'fttlul .. tti. think I i 5. And be it further enacted and 2 children,.;. Here, :8. N. Jack*, '
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let etViencei Att tlonij ol ritenisre the St' cultivntinn Jotmt it yet M to hf he reth'ckly I CflUrJ(? HI me MI h-ive connfct''U niyoilier WI U.lt1.; i .: ,lint rrlio the vnya'l'utin.nb: t \ t ,I That an net entitled "an acttoeltrrandt tilt.Ladad) ). tenant' J. simmons and S. Ncr :... ,
Inn \ouitrlf with thu nc-\" Ax $ the tcssions of the ,u* ; .
t permanently
tkirted with l Iraji'bcr. I''rchp nil I ft I'ow.tiiuii. 1 I
tiovtbeihoreiare vy uiihes qf our : Scb. Agnes. Swasey Charleston,24 boars,
The Itel of t1a$ rro.-r '-...&e'1t.u p.ip$ 'r r'al"taul )'otlr cmiM-nt, uliur tilipnimy I l |I''a lioi coiui (Jf the Jislrict of East FlOe incrclt Ja1t! tu J. J. Hei ,;ck. and J.Hai*on. .. .
fip' of I he F.nffli Lord pref>ri< ..,,. (Uo convcitatiniu rind anunginii:; ins FBOM \\.A'IItNOToN. i i riUu," Lc, anti the sumo is hereby, apIniUVvd. l'ntsmyttj. .J.lltcrick. tod J. Hanson. '

t'rirt" nd DOM, are (Mrnto ..< cco. m hu: briui-rn' u, 7 11R.VJLLlAYS ft the. Coisltitc' I Set& Gazette. Joy Uilmirgton; (N. (..) SLumber ,
in '
an luwn tint' nohlr r.ver, a di.! / 'dl)4I. to V. banchcz.
I pall up i Sue. G. And be it further enacted .
_hODar.-I..Gb.-e tha'l cndetvorto civcwr 'l'() you Mr. tlturoa:: I liiivr butts |jib!. t>n Ten ilOt lCd! made ihs,lUving% Report: 1 ISiti.! Sch. Oufthtod, liouitcn hew York f :
tae'&retiness )< at a more dfUi ibcant .b ial&(! 'remark to make ut ilfn time, udichi The Committee on the Tfrritvriet, .tjtchich That the i\\clIl, first sfclioii of an oct 10 da).. merchandise to the master and A. .

oft 'P in tte: firit Steam lInt tl.at i i.( that if you fwl )'UI1I.(-" and interest' was nferreJ the ttvrral rctolulions emitted "an oct in addition to the seve. Andtrson. Paasen'rr,. Marin ..Choloig D,. .
_Ni".l1ab fieorgp-TliVori.a.' tap sacrificed the ublishmenti newp.iper of the Lfgnlntive Council of ml acts now i ie/orc! ., regulating judicial vid Jahnss'n J. Urewer ,J. Wchmz, C. Clement .

Ua KKaiti Hiu of,>*vai-nai.! i in tint city that .sacrifice ha' /Yurir/a report : proceedings," passed February fif. G. Rtrscbr, F. Germain Mr.J HamiU 0 .
Thepawc rtt* were Mi a &:rarr. li'tt Star, thousand eight' hundred and ton Jn. lUmtltun aid Dr. Auderaoh.. .
tIn hill Mrt,D .,4w ."..I'Wusrs. ,* ,. HentlTtfr been a voluulaiy one on your pan.- Tutu by the last net of Congress teen,one .
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.I,C AlAn'. rman 5oonlbn. G'ouMJientlfr. Tho public nru unxious nnd willing tn providing for the election of members 'thirty four, be, and the same hereby --

&ad Vuier nuppoit a liberal and will conducted of said Council it was provided that annulled. : Isotice. .'

TbtJJ; 40 btt lierctdfore brrn veil tpo.to naner.. but vou will find tln>v ate neithrr the teptcseuution !thereof. 1 should be eppurt'Umed weeks: after d.ie I will apply- to the .
of and to fAT a* weli&ve observedeU I--f- vanxiousnr Famine! in the JJritffh Provinces.Tht .- SIX the of the
willing to saciificc their'pockets ,by the L hJaU\'e CQ,!nci I.. Judge County Court of
he
teterret to'be. Her C pum well) 'cri' < Quebec Ghetto status that letters ibc cpunty of!Si.Johns, for let ten of atlm ni..
without ftbituniialiurlucunifiit three counties have
timo .
new
autetoftne Comp ny at a vigilant, 01 m from the tration on thecktate ot Jilin Iltdrigutz. '
have bet-n received of dee.
*itehTul. active and faithful commu ."r ; and ; in hn, tlu-y must have becn rstablislied, aud the powers of said Coun'y Ute cf said County. UtKNAUDO"EGUI. :
U an officrr who umertUMt t.Olo0 m\kc vulun' received.H-it .'nuu h:for the council uot being adequate to ihri. to Gaspp, under date 5th March mention April l.11, .9-6
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,feaUefi pkt ut afM) C2$? t I tit pa$1ngers.I present; Y mar!' KfsprrtfuUy.JNO. I them a pailicipaliun! in tho Legul \\iotiofthcTeriiinry that the whole ef tha COO; barrels' uf floor -" -a-.-. -_

C. CLELAND. this act equalize: tlc' shipped by order of 1)10) Government, Superior Court,-Eatt Florida. .
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fl::) (Xfr.thanaw -'ue to the ft"et"fI lust autumn, for she c..bjecI.l aflordingtnmo I
I7i\da, M/?' ton the "fpartunity reptcscntatiou then.ol; is |icce\sary.The ,IN CHANCERY. V
ottt e UtnU crr )(: put.nt'a t'te uhf ve to tit'ufjr tIle relief to a laige majority of the inhabitants .
Council 1 run/isis .f
tf % m't* ; ntfrfr Unv. trip up the St.JttoitoLtke' Legislative *
rnei4R ; trriur ttut ur arc nut .n iJl !.ic-ral at he np ol that who then Maria R. Rodiiqutz, )
were
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Tdit rxcunion "lia und county
(; % members
torge. of or
ti d.il.k.IU ft 'lor( tic indication! about eighteen twenty I .
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.0) ill be: hJ1anJ to"to pears destitute of all head stuffs and other vs. .
beta a rich treat UI uhir.h lie urltrt.Vr. their LiII
uttti appropriation ,
kiwi feeling it by
who w*y rttJ'e' b.. Ui' ".po-e &If party \ C mi'i'&kc'*. we l.tve nut him that employ' nine desks, about one provisions consequence
; interfiling\. fend ticH arction of we only fttttrd Uct lI..ct lie don not deny thpy the reiuli total failure of their crops Ibo two llanford his wile. 3 ,'"
utrrlbal It watered by the '5$. *tfbo and ,. word ,clerk for every two members ) ; '
tl>em.Vc lm e not amid one prejudi ADd last years, had been ivliolly distributed ONUQriONoltLecqmpWranl' Solici- #
of which mo t unnecessary unaccountable !
HittibttUrf; ttreamt.Suebnwtblebodicto'UnJ
ci&l him \\'h&t.e wrote last week, jmrU to
t ) that date that 339 families about .p.
ai lie of officers has t ; or to the Court by
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upouUkest. .. we intend interfere with! his purtu': increase produced pcar a&Jatit that William '
row toon attract "he aitcntion of an Wr ,,:ycr hue, to our kuuwlcdgenjIred annually appropriations$ for ar- 2100 persons,, have been assisted ; and lhnford one or the defendants in the above :

,. t SMtpIIItg people ai -I:be brough into ae ',i.". nor",*'.we intend it l. if it can IM avuiJedMih to cover bitauecsduS' or'l'rint. that the distress ,wat then becoming a- cause resides out of the Jurisdiction of this
, tire tjvd the vast qwtm'rici of first in e rearnges and Court and in tbe United State. It
lilt t \ rrihtcl t9 the'! other Itrntlf'II1&If at useful iod laimingly gieat no possibility of ia there.
other necessary
tiaber will soon flow down to.the Atlantic tirti cause of cfTt-nce shall rxttt we ;ing the l I.wsond obtaining the means of relief for two fore Ordered tbat Ike said William Ilanlortl
a. r
s.d and it," prom'-nent iy the regular! appropriationsbeing do and the said
Wt Lnda a ketti think suc'i mutters will be adjusted without : objccit, appear answer coaapUinants
tDiDeRCCI atAlltC the river I.or.* wilt be rc. inviting the ublic participate in them. absoibed, by trhj host of clerks. months to com bill 0'complaint on,or before the ninth dav ,,
opie! II dwelling pliers for the% inius.biusisettieri I I I Ltstyeorthis. :eppropriition was exceeded of 5eptcmbe. nut otberwite the said II fl
oftfee cuuntrt. .'t\f4e roveaf this tho um demundrd ft-inch, Treaty.-Tho project of a' will be taken fr cm/eait against him t and I I' ,
tfee rish fruits brlhe t-oplet..m unfold to From the Savannah Kepubtican. l.4OUand: ; year law authorizing the appropriation of 25, It it further ordered that thit order be pub I *.

the pauer.by, the beautict of this inter FLORIDA.. ._. ovpr the usual appropriation i is>> ooooor. for the payment of all claims tithed once week, till the laid ninth lay of
etingregiun.1 - about $., I 7 he commercial advantages of the nccessnry to cU! ek .tliitgrowing% ,evil,, indemnity preferred by Ibo Government Dated,St. Aurnstine"thsi.9ih .!.* of Hay t
.n BUI before Con known or of the United, Stale, was rejected Ross RAYMOND itEm .' **"'
Hat C.wsdL4 n Land of Flowers, are not yet and to reform lliU, mapiftJl ,buto iu ihe
pus,aDd hu Xiutd't :* third riding. ioequalize properly appreciated. In a few more adrninlitt at rod.' They have list! ]I ny a vote of .176 to 168-majciny against Jtulgt A'B V. Cnrrf, Vi'
toe rcirrtenjaiiun in i'loridt, and I local "hue bill 8. ,Dug E, 1"I.dtz. *
will be fully
more .
far other pttrpott-a," _hicb if it pattet, will ,('arsller f.SOUlcel this year added one more pi inter to the 0S DiAi PUTNAM.
Uerette fee next Legiilttive Counc'l to 2Jeaers. developed, end it will not be long before list 01 rubiUber of the laws, and have la corwqueuce of this decision, tire '.. I' ''Co.J*;?'' Srttittr.

This Bi-l ant 'b... refkrt thereon she occupies an imposing stand among provided fur: payment to ff clerk in the I Duke de=DroMje and General Sebastian A. True Copy.-Test, K, S.GIDD3.fi .. VS

,e ptibiiih ia an. artourning' column to which her Southern sisters. Numerous litigated office which C:: ; ttni ncd 11pleri'n; : ; flits Mimstiy.; ; i*.
Executive .W-TO iwrrncaicdlv ia34/ ,
: :
oar readers may reter far tnore particular in.ftrm&tion. which out of the .l LONDON, April 4,1834.WQ Miy ISib. 8-tf. .
land claims, grew tefus ..totanction.. Amor! .- ;. tlr
The represeautlon wU} be di, ed'ss fa- cc&ston'of the Floridas to thejU. States, the- -SSiratS- anf ilenis to swell the oppropriation : have received, by express, the Estate Sale. 17- ( '
lena have had a tendency to retard ihertan excessive suras.for re-I whole of.tlie' French papers of Wednesday ,
lot fHrtl florida.MU)4D Tbe claims ?, ore together with a letter fram our.Pa lion. the iu.dp ,
Fltrifa .MidJte Fttri&i.. ward watch to prosperity. laws.makina manuscriptcopies BYiPERiUStflONofthe ,8t ;
a:is ing,stitcAinc. Jobna Coun.
1 Hund'on I Jackwii :2 to which we allude are en the must valuable ; of laws for the State Department, tilt conespondent dated Wednesdayafternoon. '1. will be sold on Monday tbe 16th day of .
1
SlJoha* 2 Jtffenon. 2 Vtjettc of tho Territory ; and as few, directed to bo-print- Their contents are important June neat at 12.... in front of the 4
Ran 1 Watliiagton 1 parts the laws were
l Ufeliton when
... Vnnkliii 1 if feel disposed, to purchase lawsuits in much ,-The Duke de Uroglie Minister of Court house in the City.of St, Augustine all 4f'
.tit 1 Leon 2 any, cd and coin thus be preserved a the
I and Gejteral Sebastain right title and interest of the
estate of
have foreign affairs ,
I ,
AtaeHa 1 G&dadcn ,2 Walton her population and resources, useful form John Deem and >
.: :2;J I more of, State- without a profeuille Strong. to certain tract
CscSmbta : rotirded.I Minister V
1 much
and still
: been, are, very As the.organic act of Congress declares of Land situated onthe bt Jb5tbeeut1Weaudmbouttenmie.sbop5.Hirer or
Colisi 8 Their revolution tq that
I I The obstacle to which wo allude will thai their'acts a' e In force until have resigned. '

8Southern we hope, be speedily removed, and giveto annulled by Congress, the ;.comroit-! efI'ect."u. take'o on Tuesday ,inconsequence latka,> containing seven. tbouttnd seres DOM 9* .i
,
of the lea
the rcjecttoo by or
\ ,
florhIi '. Florida a full swing to her cner- tea deem it indispensable to have their I e' ALSO
of of the Mintsteral
Chamber Deputies
With this arran C roef.t we liope the peo* :"...'A 0"A acts sent every ywr to the two liooses A small tract of Land on said river six cseven ; \
Vttwlflhfattit&ed it fair aneftOtail I II .. '. u.. project of!aw/or a grant of 25,000-
as presents miles below Pahttka
: Individuals ; near a
I enterprising that all obnoxious provisions place cal.
of ,
1'QortberepretenUtio .U"e ranttme I company Congress ro r.iooOOoOL) to be appropriated led porrestert Point
at.when we minute the advanuj d 0the in this city have recently openedlacowmtinicailon may be annulled. | '' ,. : j j to |he iMoidatioo ot'all claims made on ALSO containing% fifty acres: .

ezeeetive cower and influence to middle with Picolata and Si.Atigesliw The section of the act reUt I.,to judicial France by the Government of the United ,An undivided interest of tree Hundred a. -

flerida. and the success which has proceedings affects cxisaog ,em. .States for lopes sustained'by the eros in a tract ot Laud situated on the Eastside

:, thus far attended it, )promises! \ richly {o cdics, prevents the, .execellon fif WS- operation of, the Berlin and Milan decrees of the St John oeir Sis Mile Creek tV

f&e! fWd.. /22 ou-Tdo itkto oftHifiois them for the adventures. menu rendered: io.obudieac' to czisfiog British otdera Council, Sadirmtcoa1tOT5acs,77Sacra( .
repay apd.the vbibh belongs to DircK fleiscjinua.
bas feed of$2,000,600 devoexdarirtlf of coitrcI L/
> the
obligation
a above laws, and impairs fohl wed. ALSO
We have been led into the re* with which those decrees were : p.
**& % to tho |jws pitses of public perusal of the following article ,and is therefore...uUi4.; A convention bad been signed by which AcWtUtotwentyaCrci0fLi. J -0", A r.Statia '
a
4eidoawhIch turn b now beuri&gAltwof marks, by Adctrtucr. The act regulating die ,jerw of courtsin i Government had engagedio Ittand, ,, '
from the Analachicola ihe French .
These: lands are aituated ia the County
more CODe. or
Florida provide a
East Its ooo-folfil-l.I I
0 A few years back/and Apalachicola was 'nd I pay, 'h5QOOOQOf., st.SoJdI. oadiuoal _th. 0
.rrtBl'lBeD'1.,
economical
-trend. It is DOW a I expectable nient and ntentvitf cousequtnce ol the vote oJ4IICd r, 811tEETE1f .
1 L"h iianairopotciD I ffteof a desert approval ol .eesgreis before I, .
thriving mercantile town, rapidly requires toe t by Duke iro*I! le.b... .wtJi'j;
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-.,.I of Waiter this 'toeiceUtBi 'I le J1mi 'UsfD .sktuf.. matt fSM .,,, .
ties ,
f"IJ J port ; landlord i I.' } ltlat. VIRTUE 4 wrkolEi F..
oe-the .
1 orxqznnr .
I Dinner passed
I'OJTa1r. I tut tint. 'jssyed oat of the Superior I
I ... Lobbed with the stranger B&swtog Ac means by rtidual ,
: .L' bobbed and n&Bh that ongtaehoent of toted >
1M. hereby giteo of tho Eastern District Florida
ANCIENT tilSTOBY. they pasted a pleasant! afternoon. The ,ifeDf has been wed out .. cod Court to oso directed aDd deJiered.lwm Health may obtain end nteA/jlf.
his i td -
to avocation H .
: Upon this,sge-*Ma Ueaihing page- landlord retired to anent his 'com"r- gainstI I, properlY of the above yarned eipojo to public sale in front of the PUBLISHED%1Itu.
The hiilloat forms ol put gene"n -- .-lbe stranger finished returneft.boha WEEKLY
"M
P1'1"1
i I f the Court Hous in the City of St. Augustine
The warrior, tiatesmsc, monarch,"rr- lei' of brandy and'water, and addressed I of the So- Price HUP A DOU.ABen &:
1333 March 1'&u. ......
Dec.term of
he the SIn day
tlCd crown Monday 6k
1 be viihcrM wreath andlcrua% : waiter.Waiter. able lo oa i.aYana6la stibsas6w. "-IF
the -
Virtue neglected,yet sublime what is to 1' per ourt of Alaehua County, and nest between the hours of 10 o'clockA. tie" York Office, 103 rukUli.

: ADd Wild. ambition' cornet track i- pay and three ihavapcrtnaf i Interested are required M and 2 P. Mi of that df> the right Philadelphia 0/ ,a1ui ear
the of rarttd time, Two pounds tec shilling j I declaration Street.
Pram dim depths the
Vappear and plead to of Dirk Fietacbman Allcoamunhuiioiawfflb
icOcction back the former account. title and interest olin be .. .
All Erin; their bright pence, sir,including otherwise judgement to the Edtor, Hew York
,
'in said catte .JUIVP"
filed
'And k I 1a'C.-ro"n' for jourtfIf and to the following property, ;0 wit;; '
tuft
Naro tlerein will be prayed for, In duo course lot situate in iatmtdieraatttaslns. (spur ., ...
I rind where Lung "Wakes two pounds twelve shilling Q house and Barack wad, 6e t.ektis(ram Me Ofl .The w
LEVY.
ofits:.eadtU DOUGLAS & &ews
: ,10 echoes the waiter Iiw. Irvtha City of. Augustine; and bounds acr.ptiOll mUtt be
I tcnrsol TUIIjrU tongue I cn11IUu..pencr, tirf replied 46-lf fOfWaNd to ICttre
t. I 1 f of ceur'asway: .It Bed' i rubbing hands. December 20th 1833. ..... as I follows" to wit: on lift! North. by a lot receipt; of the paper its
icufctt.wlticb. shone !' the Estate Forbeson E i paper, tr It Mal Sa Mw
thirteen shillings belonging to ot John r..J
'Sa :
"y'two pounds STATES 6F AMERICA. .. 11le ot'Jeu of this Journal
L)'eurgut gave his laws i' with a benevolent TIIB UNITED the East ty a lot belonging to 11 t 0 Pran
aid rise Florida.IN the
East .
passing
ruse iD Uacedun I stranger f District of newaoltkeilay, COld ::
I .. .. .its where Canbige rips smile. and call In your master.* I ADMIRALTY. Charles La''''kon, Esq. on the Sooth by a succinct and compre&enaive; Campue eaoe4

'(Enter landlord, smiling and hospitable THE Street and on the West by : to promote pub)a and pritM IItI

.. lie voice of battle'a larum sound )-*Sony you art going fp soon,sir.' virtue of a precept to me dbected George Street-taken as the property indicating, and advocating, tboae IaabIIahr

f'. It haute o'xr' far famed Haratbon i 1 ho si. :wijei: merely said, with a BY UU'rict.J5uedout I do of hereby the !Superior cite and Court adaonub for o t fho said Dirk Fleischman at the Suit regard industry to and w hiek Economy,tb'sa'J.tcct:: of a .:
conflict
.\nd 'from Plaiaf grouad fierce look '1 pied seventeen and suit I. A. Calcltvell.SAMUEf4IILAIR. lid
you Of William
ItssteeUUd cun.bitktrts are gone I ill:i perrons whatsoever, hating or pretetdmj misery ever y poP'e'OUl comats It
three weeks and kicked title.I ILtucrt ski's MarthaL likewise contain brief
The prvuJ 1Cjesz's elassiff-wave siipeuce ago you l laYe any f.h.... : .or in misceiiaew
I I Kent ati au.tor) of its brare mo out of tht: liou..o for it, j j ,r to the Schooner called tae Jlary ACne her Feb. 2G h U3.J: 49-5w of merit, in prose and terse,tod lwC11k4

Vhtnslia'a' plain-the Grantck flood- The landlord bgn. to po'og' lo. I f ackel. apparel and furniture, against wuiehi The above sal; is postponed until the to be made in all rea pests. aa atcna-S:; .II.

) ask net heir heroes'path cf blood. 'No words, sir : I owed yuu seven* .H i schooner libel; bath been nbik-iieJ and 2d day ufJune nub.NACSHAL'S. and useful weekly Joura.l.Itasicstainf -.
Court Charles; to iliry CMI*:MJ win
kicked tied in the Honorable by plsce it :.t.
ucc.Hiid
Mud mo
Yet oVr thia page,me muse divine: teen six-pe you Jamesl. till,, Wi" sm Webber, John in the reach of eve'!
haUl out of bouse fur it, I told you, you J however humble hit at:
1 he mlisDce of their fare flung your th cr and on 4'claim for salvage cirtamstllSCl. II IQ
Hath Rhen each lofty deed, a ihrint tvmild be sorry for it. I now own you tnat they'b and appear at a Court to be 'hoi SALE.H a man in this or other communitl.ho

Each glorious sepulchre a tongue I two pounds ihirtcvn shillings you must den at .ti. Court house in the City ot St. Au Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias btJrudge 'ani"" cuts test for aprint weew UII

AniThere beneath her nugjc Ptn.i pay y.ynt/ a deck on tile same Lank pi.tJli.e on Ifonday the fifth day of Hay next issued out of tho! Superior Court ecabod ring the current iattlag le.;,.
tuiita VII<< unmuu tui car, to the most .
be \uerur at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, important advice, raaw
And bids dcsd armies rise t Rain; -for I have no money now. I abew cause fans they can why the claim for foi the Eastern District of Florida' and regirdtotbeattainaentandieaffitfrfpenyarul 'ic.:

To hurl tL. thundtrbolts ot \,ar. salvage" altal not be allowed and decreed to to me directed and delivered, 1 will ex the usutl mHctl HaD7 of a ,

I SomdAin /emfl/ fic.-Soao 'yrars the said iibeUnta bt. this Honorable! Court. to public sale! in trout of the court pert i inhere a s:aacs .U, who p WO q
Here,lUrpmg nstions Mart to iifccj 8AIIULL BL.41R. .,.,.hat. 'pose neglect it for his I
; ago, u captain ol. corsair carried off the ;in the of St. Augustine onSaturday own amu ment,at |,
city tria
E pt nud Carthage, horse and CreeseAgatuto wife of. woodman in the onvitons St. Augutine,, March .'4 'i, 1834.-1-tl.Administrator's souse !ling a rate ? It there a MA* oa riaiw VuwouM
,
taise th* embattled strife, poor the seventh day of December he it ate 10 b
put
efcrottemsotrpt
Again to plv the arts of pe>ce. ofme!'sina. Hauing kept her several r next, between the hours of 10 got d fit v triRinjt an expense f .

Once more,admiring millions throng, month on board his vessel the pirate Sale A. M. and o'cUrk, 1'. ,J. of O'clOCk'l I hewoik Speaks for itself. The 'rsprrlliotl la.

To awi It the'"ictur'.I'cn song-' landed her in one of tht' South Sea Is. j the to is submitted. to Ins pobte ri;A
s following' ,
_. .' .. .\nd"I, icning the senates of eloquence.Ilecbrd ,ia .ws1aeasr i hinds, and abaudoued to her f''".- TN \'..:tVf: OF AN OIIDEU "if t!,* Ju ,tgtof iiuutc and lot situated property on Grargo street confidence that it deserves batrcatre, ...Jlhi
Jl.nff on lips it will receive it. No eiVruw
The *a%+ lllttucb of tho Ulan.J to M theCo'iiity Court tor the C'.an'y Of ell to
ge: ."'. Juurttiiff! Subscriber will of.., frrsale) atr.a.e n the city ul St. Augustine, and bounded 11:1n.l.: to repay the public favo,. It tin bepuhl
buried ages here wlji'in the was brought, became to trDOiored > [ aut'io' i in Inmt of 'he Court tier;,. or. on tilt North by a lot bringing to slicd once In each week at nm c mH

Grettneutkth kId Iiaihwed found. III sttar hands plaee could, rear : df l er, limt hu luairieil her HCcording the! firr( .'ulllit) ot June next b 1 Where l.igli I tho customs of his country and lJ u' loclL cf ta! d toe lot' Two person seniirjjcue UsKi::
.A shrine which time canuot deflCe. to I Lair IIf ::0 :> George strict, on tho south by a lot be* On te-
tUinr. pl .CCd her by his side on the thumw i tuning rul Estate of J..rda Uraro. d Here c""k>i s crass: forgutteri : longing to Mrs. Capo, and on the west VIM ..'t\ttt makiop but one
.liereof will he to a.tttii(> : poitogt for
much M {
I&.t'r.t"!r wi ought, and when ho died left her the sovonivof.i :10 necessary botb.
A i ol( iMliwJLttii\ : the dvltt of the sit! utcu.to wit, that certaiu by Maria Sanchez, or Bridge creek ; la- Q3 New Subjcribere wilt t-j wppSeJ tit>a
A o'ee the art eUinjfjOj/ ..... : dominion A European i the numbers front
crandeur ; af, ken the of F. Arredondo commencement.ct .
r vessel .lately nrn u ... at ...:... from o'vuyapo tract or parcel of land eon'.abll.lr U acrrs.BMute as property liora wA. the o4 ,
\ in the >. and jr t and Qt'a
> Cay i.f S Aofiftine: jurvivinjj partner of Arredondo and am*
On to its Gnat ocean-home, x & to Sonth Anu.'nru, 'has not only i ibiought ..ounry 01 w'. j.Uu*aruresaia t...unUo '1 imp liurrjinf stream tnv, bear awaq to the poor wouduun, this intelligence by the :!t. Seb.. ,tan liner t North hind' Eav sou, at the suit of Asahuel Howe, surviving -
oticc.
\ Succenre ages II ti'*v en respecting iho IJIP of hit wife b> (land ol Juhn DrjaUle l-laqr and Soot partner of Howe and Dimon.

'1 o lrtait.fi and busodr A and Jets y t but 'ha< Allin brought' presents ,from he. b> Bridge Street loijet.'ier' won the Orange SAMUEL BLAIR, Marshal. SIX WEEKS after date, I shall! ,wir I ,

The ,t'' +ltt.' d asps,. << 1 (- p and pow.r- of sufficient vilue make him of (,rove and all builiinga: thcrcun. Si. Aug. Nov. :5 i, 1833. 37 -tf. Presidui; Judge or the Coast?
I 1 1.:.ch trace ;.tropby of the bra'eTt to one 03*terms will: be .nade- kn'i,i Q on the daot \ Thi above sale is postponed until C. tart. of Alaehua County fur 'let ten rfJ.
Amb dun d:;-c1l. acid Glory"a du"er.- tho itchy piiva'o. individuals iu Sicily, alc. JttltN II. SANE: > ministration on the estate of Ezekiel S m'
\ _, ***> .'.ric alive uritUrn its ."e.- until such titer ns it shill plcaso his JOHN VKLLUHty.?' mrt' the 2d day of June neit.Marshal late uf siJ county d.cased.JOIN

.. .. royal -fo''e tu cull him to. her Court. I S r. Aj a Ui'-H. \ht t>t lSJt-ti -. --.- SUGGSISILITAUY .
: er -- liyllBJ 6-a.
t ,b, hai.ds of uenius aught w -

I V.r p. dsik obiiviun's bt.eiu; ? shades An vn ,Ieatant b. -i Illott.-\ tiny r instate Sales.'BI.prnni"it'l' 801e.By .
with : :
3 tee.- deeds and scenes grsncu
f rau6tt. one cntnt} I.iu.d ti,'his brother, fdr takIng -'' ot the JII,!( c of the Couu VIUTUE of a l'lnri's1'rit of ANI NAVAL MAC1Z15T,

\V1I1) live i iU' firth itself shall Me t lLike 1a..1"If' heal And why not 1"! said the Coui.'y of St Jule! a.t Fieri Facial issued nut of I ho Su- of the United State
(I \II '1 t-c KI. the 9lh of Jun-
Au' here shall vas.!tom-vaf',r--srt- tI..- nitiihei ; *Mtr ',, ( beacon through the Drifts of time) 1" "Y mi'- saM! the "I Florida and directed mid delivered issued the first number of the tbirf
I -s, m, boy ; I house in the c.tv ol St. Augustine, an unJivi. to mo
I i1P, twit 1 JV To rc :rein lof! ,urns to light, and each thought noble" tubtiu'e.heart &l11'lt how would you like 10 hao him I tied moiety uf s tract ttf Iand belonging ''. I willfxjjO>c tq public Salo in front vii wise of the above named ...t. It ba
Ik v the Estate k COMttll.Fim tike nil the soft for, his hall T Ho will : of the Court House in'the City of St. eccived
highly flattering cikiCBces! of
:
JJJ siiuatid many
ing acres at a rpee called New
-- _. u__. haw 'fits .half out "flho mid.lto and I' twiti.-rland. on the rifer St. Johns, '.JjjiainK Augustine on 1\JomJa11hu 31st day of apprcbation.

( I). :a'* WeekU' M ss,'ngcr.J ,, have t- sleep both sides. of him 1" the plantation' belonging to the! Kstite olUiltiam March next between the IIMIIS of 10 0' 'ITe title of the work clearly imlics'eiihaObjects

t ........- llanrrv, deceair>>,-Or so much ol clock A. M. and J o'clock! P. :1. oijhai to which it is to be devoted t but his
A GOOD STORY. Dr. aft rrmirkcd"tho laid Tract u will be sufficient tt off their tho not intended' to make it so cicluuTclj' profes
he A.
pay
i my, : day, following (property, to wit: a
"On vrldom hears a good story now..1 other !,i, of>t i deceased l Thta Tract has been ioial, that it will impart n, in'ere?t to the
j day, speaking, (.Ibis! brothcrlu o-l certain tract or parrel ol'hnd consisting
,
"
\ 3-d")'* the following l U not bid. cuuti Jet ably improved and there is en It I general reader. The American people lute
:rear<< or two ago there came lo the Lion, ,i I ,hu' the ugh not nctUMlly cull d upon to number of Sweet Orange. Trees of young aof eight thousand acres situated west 01'Ihu so mud cause to be proud of the gallant II-

a peasant-looking, busily, expose thrmsclvps: in battle! ho presumed I thiipy growth, vrhich will mate it an object Si.Johns river, the admeasurment ppita! of their Army and Navy that etch

I at eat.susrt sortol ) j unit Shore wprf none of thorn who I of desire' to any person wishing a healthy anti (thereof beginning at the mouth of Buck thing co..Il.ctetllherr..ith. possesses h.

\ did nor stand ready, whrnf ver occasionrequired I I pleasant etilemcni' on the of the St ley's Creek below' white spring and following claim to their affection and confidence.
rut ,
bn d Ufell !landloid what haye I
y. Johns. The other moiety 0 tract may More than the ordinary share of difficuliles'
I you cot, rurop-stesk,eh 1 Oyster suuco, j jcht it, to lltcd for their country. as..art: ob'atned H wt-her Terms on day ol upwards the margin of said rl attending Ihe early' stages of all periodieatit

Ditili of sherry, good elf 1 'Srnd i t-' __; -- ----- -:- Sale! fit AI1LE3 DOWNING. vcr, to the point wheio tho public road has been the fate of this Jbgizine to C.GV1Io;

\ > 'em up.' Dinner way served, the wine I Idetpatbhrd Final Notice.ALL Shy 8,1:" 18.1. -7-&w. .fdis'r fromiPicolata to Alaehua crosses the tee s but with perseverance, whA WO\'f4
said liver and has the following lines suffer no impediments to ot ruct his wa..rl
;
and a glass of brandy and PERSONS d vii g minds against
I water cnmfoltabbly settled the dinner. rUt, tei> the Isif F. P. Fatio, Plan: Estate Sale.my as its boundaries, lo wit: Ibo 1st lino Kin path,and the resources Editor baa devoted his whole! flit t
the
'.ite..ald the traveller rooty and tar deceased see requf* :ul to render them in runs from a stake at the 'mouth,of Backley' each number the ensure appears: Jlcf
i PERMISSION ol J-:. Gould on appointed daft 1i'.La
D.
i properly attested- David It. Dunham .ti Gsgt.
his mouth with a I i,4.11 Justice Creek South 25 degrees West 112 efforts I have given i any degree of sibs&cb ,
disl'lltionlCllyllplnl: i New Smynu B* F or Charlra Downing in ending of the County Court cM. al.
1lpklu'Vaiter, I.am awkwardly s'uua* St. Auu.tine, M he Administrators wilt J.'hns Ccunty, J-:. P. will be l>K! bet wer n: chains lo a pine-the 2d lino rant from under tU accnmuUted! diudTaata/ts t..;

i ted.' close the concerns of the Estate by the 31st the 4th. and :JIs,. of May neat, at the rrurkil 1: said .pino'South 60 degrees East 174 beset him it affords some auurinco t&ft Lit

T'I Sii 1* said the waiter expecting a of My tseYt.Starch House in the City of St. Auenstine E. F the, I chains tn a pine-the 3d line runs tram I II 'future exertions will not be outdone I; fts

24. I&14. SO-2m whole! wr any portion (toeuit purchasers) cl i I said South 82 degrees East 154 put.F.yery
pine
I love-li-ner.; .a the New Switzerland Track of Land ennui., attention his been beseo wed trsosi
i 'I r nnot pay you.* Ath- log 6359 acres, wMi valuable Orange Groves,, chains to a pine-the 4th line runs from the mechanic execution cube. 'fU Df, ia

: : *Siury foi that, sir ; I must call: rnasleu mum Society.. I on the liver St. Johns 1.. F. belonging to the said piue South 33 degrees East 175 which respect it i ia believed that;it will Utf
a! Etiier landloid.) V OTIf'E I- G.VhN 10 I UK STOCK. Estate: of F. P. Fat v decease chains to a pine-tho Sin lino runs from a comparison with any other ptrio acaJ.
I -( miUfcHS: D' the' Allienrum. that it isrvmi'fed ALSOA Already do we find the limits too ej-cr
said South
$r. M rood sir,you see this i.5 rather to'l'e house o! J. Lee \\lliall\l.! and very prime Gang; ol20 Negroes, accui- pine 5 degrees West 123 scribed tc meet the increasing de iSi: ft
3wkw.rd dinner capital din ,I of the Commit. chains lo a pine-the Cih lino runs from the insertion of original Comm ,* *
: goed that by an nn er Esecutve tamed to the culture .f Sugar and Cotter. I II I .<<.atw
{ nrr tamuus wine gloiious grog !- tee. thry will h'jrtlv be called on for such Among them Ire very valuable houv servants, said pine South 15 degrees: East 123 selected articles frith a vie- I to met : ,&III rdwent.

but no cash.' books as th-y mat choose to place in depo Cai eaten, fee. Sue notice v ill be giien I chains lo o pine-and ll), 7lh lino inns the better to deserve.lIltl! fir ether eecr.ntsin CI .
site, or nt to the A'lw runt, of the which the .each number will c-
Tlu- landlord looked black. prr day on above property will from said pine North 85 degrees East 80 pll cI I
J I.EK v letter instead of 64 fa
be ,
ILLIAMSSt. sold. Terms third press
cub
,one balance
'P iy nest time-often comw this road A .pr .t5n-, klarrh U'h, 1834 43w. a credit of one arH two years, t secured by on 110 chains to a stake on the Picolata be epic ry rd tbm gem .at'd.ttu tae pa;h iI

-done,' nothing to-dya -porid huuso II -. Bond bearing Intel interest from the date,I road.-Also: one thousand acres at a tcr lan fM.tr.n11' one rJ moJr a>

joi.r%-a gieat deal in HIP bill way.' Notice. payable annually, mortgage of the rroprriy place called Cedar Hammock or Bagp's leAarmeet cf P-Iare on oumbets ml .

The landlord looked blue. I and approved personal' ,eunty. H.irnmtck ou tho South part of Blose1\ ,. -eribera.whoahouUi lay iQ advance be
t 4*; IX *?eks after slate, wi swill mske appli r
of 1- 1'he above f\e..c| ,ur any portion; ot the m I pond being a part of two {liousan" flCreJwhich ; bun attended with great inconveBieBcelwill <
No ilifferrnce to you count 9 ca>inn tj the lion.John I*.I> 'guC't,pre in families be
,may trratett lot lat sale be discontinued
house here-plenty of business I d '.g Ju'iee of he County ot Duval v.. P. It. faim private were granted to Gorr : I. F after the first yean tis
Pleasant through
-q. Augustine, of
!h.I'J i a) to take your order-!long credit :, f.rLet'eta ..f Aun.trialratic.n; o'. the Estate. of at any time before the ...It"! Clarko in absolute pro rj/on Ih|,0- 5111P; oliera} an equivalent.quantity matter to be furoiibd*,
Samuel 1 Fairbanks. V' ilc easrd.S'KIMIKN .
: q. < JOHN r.. ? (;LF.. of February iSll 'rVo
+o'pd I t EUI Y, t -ulio hundred Early elders are solicited is very few cs .
Tliere Is my bill, sir-prompt p'y_ 4 JOHN. if BO" IJENl larch 6lh, 50-if. JlJaJnittntcr acres at end about the head of Deep pica will be struck off; bejoi.d those achy

April h. IfJJ.f. 3-6w Creek which empties itself subscribed for.
imo
mint-1 payosl go.: tho St.
i
All
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... subscriptions commence with tie fin8
but I mutt wi-hout .- Johns river on tho East side
.tt, go paying.Let MARSHALL SALE. having number of a volume.

us see-bill 17.. 6d. !let us luvo a uticc. I VDtl UE oi a writ cf vendiUonipfitns 'PoX. psrtofs tract of two thousand acrreswhi Terse,, 51' a a'car. N. PAYABLE W

"' pintrf sherry It goiter-make it up a. SIX \VF.KK3 ufTcr: Jute I aSill apply to II By mueil out uf Uir Superior Cuurt iweto. granted to said George I. Ai1V.\NCE.:

p ouisrl-that will square it.' I lion- the Judge ol Nassau County for I I I the Kjitern. District of Florida and to roe F. Clarke' on the 15th February 1811. I If those editors to whom this paper.is tn\
a 'Ibdleri sit Uticri ..| tedminittration IIn the estate ot Mrs. i directed si.1 l delivered I will Also five I will give the above Prospectus a few nwer
to hundred
Sir, 11'1 are a '' expose nub acres at and about
you ,
Mary Uibson,late ol &a.d county lie alc it.I trust of the Cuurt-houae in the p lions, they will confers favor oa the poh5.hcr .
I will liavn my money. I I ttKO. FLEMING. of St. Auxuttine oi Saturday the 26lb City the head of the said Deep, Creek being ,and shall receive a eopy or the work fo*
dtj cl
Sir, I 'ell you I will call and pay you April CO, 1834 6-6 vri1'ncsa. between the hours of 11 n'Dock; the complement of two tliontaed acres one )'car. IJENJ A'UN IIOMAN. C

;.. ..I..Aw Cram ..& I .. ; A. Mj and 3 o'clock I'. first wove mentioned taken F.d17ar raid Pd lAtr.
M.
... ...._. "CfI lime fJ"ctly) -v k tri es 1". AUULIIONJJO.. llic. of that day the : as the 1 pro.
t 'A1 Washington,D. C* Jan. 30,1831.
'" for I shall have to 1 pats this road again** J r za .-. w.. '. .:. au of lollowiiitf: property,to wit I A house ant '-It perry of George I. F. Clarke at the
Vcrwrrti
i 'Nonu nf that, sir-it won't do with. I t-.rU.. ,.. uc.1 given, tw ground.;..Barrack Cia Chulo.tc want City of St. A. .. suit of Archibald' Clark. -
J." hon.a be interestrd in the Estate oll'cnando Street bout.ded VII
y .
.... me-pay* mo my money. or I'll kick I It te I b: flan Arredoitdo, Dec. that 'sac trourtlat..b..y,tat ot t."."',tiu.blr'.,aocl... ell., on ihs Feb.SAMUEL BLAIR Manhal Notice.
.
you out. by the last Will anti csUmtnt nt ot He said I South by lot of LUmbiis, on tuc-. .*fcj> c hare 26th 1834 49-5w IIX weeks after date, I shall apply to tilJ

t The stranger remonstrated-the land. deceased the Snbscrihtr is uppointcd! Kxccu: lotto street, as ibo property of Maria Coruni, The above sale is postponed until tho lion. John L. Pogcti Judge, of tit:!
jord kicked him out.' lorlorthe settlement of his said Estate in at the suit of Hubert Hick er and Anna his 2d dry of Juou near.Marshal. County Court of Duval County Tor Letters si

.. You will repent this said the str HjriJa, and in the United States those wile Admr'x SAMUKL ULAIH.March -' Administration oa the Estate cf Saraael Faq
n. therefore, who may be indebted to the said : 10th 1834. 5l-7w. Ihrsbal.Marshal banks deceased. J. )'. HANSON,

.. gar. E+I'lt are required: to make payment to me Salc.By April 6th. 1834. 3-6.

Tholan lorddid repent it. Three without delay and those who may have. claim virtue of a hotel of. Fieri Facias

.. weeks net that, Jay, punctual to his agtinvt it, are requested to present the same issued out of the Court
word, the tc-cotercd tho Lion duly authenticated, within the time. preserib Superior .
r; I t: Inn-the landlord stranger locked very foolish& ed by law, or they will be forever barrel. .. Sale.BY of the Eastern District o( Florida and THZF1LORIOA

I the smiled and held CIIAULKS IIOUIOU.Qualifird virtneofawritof Fieri Facias issue! to me Directed and Delivered, I will HEBALD
'j stranger!: out lessi Kxec'r in the U. States. out ..hlae Superior Court for' the Eastern expose to public Sale in front of the CourtHouse

:i blhd--l'.e como to pay you ruy score St. Augustine 9th Ja 1834. 44-If District tf Florida and to me directed anti in tbo City of Si: Augustino on 18 PUJLtSHDEVERY

I Ml promispd. delivered: will esp ne to public sale in front 7IWRSDA7
Monday the 31st day of March next lie-
liCQ of the Court House In the City of Si
I.ndlord'mado Augus.
I The a thousand :EV5L.
epolngies -
twren the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. & nUZAft
t''*.* fit Thursday the 8th day of luy next
for his rudeness 'So many swin R '.\ AW iV eighteen months ..ncr. my between use hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock: P.1\1. of that day tho following B. aOn.D

; dlera about tbero'rf nu kuowing whom negro man ISAAC, formerly the pro. 2 P. M. of that day the following! property to property, to wit ; one Rpso. 'pony,

i I ..... ; to triMt. Hopftd the gentleman would ,' fc* '7 ''f .Mri **. E. Saunden. lie b a tits wit : a tract of land belonging to the estate and one box containing Sundries-taken FIVE DOLLARS7PER ANNUliiAD'mnllUCT8 !
him. *Never mind fi-ie looking negro, with a scar over his r' hte. of
I ptrdoa landlord t Ambrose Hull containing five hundred
I ; .
of Clinton Rose veil
Bt c-ea let's hate iotoe dinner logether and well known throughout the '1 crrito* acres snore u; less bounded on the East by as tao property at OJTS
r/ St. the the suit of Nehemist Brush.SAMUEL ; inserted at !
Jobs river tfohh by plantation of
b ,-let us be friends. What ''IIVO you Whoever",sj.prehend him and place him Joshua Hieman, South by lands supposed to I BLAIR, DOLLAR per square for the iral to

got, eh f a couple of boiled fowls, ell ? I in 81. Augustine Fort will be entitled to the belong to 2* Kingsley and West by vacant Martha union and FUTY Capers f r sack
nice little ham of your own curing?-. above named reward which will be paid en tad taken as the property of Ambrose Hull
Feb. 2G 1894. 49 Sir safeso Longer adiertl-
apphcatiottto i Mr.fJ ,an quean one.
good !- .en from 0. Cle'and of lit Edrarda.
of .
sji your own garden 1 at bc suit IIcDf'1V.
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I AuRUstLie. The abo..e1.10 Is postponed nail the elects ia ID&I..... till
f..ew.s.bottlouhsbori! y and two bbt ( >tn Johns CHANDLEft S. KattSRV. SAMUEL DLAIR. I proportion,
AprU2I8343" March nth. i 34.-1-rw. dtlarlAs, i 8th day of May next !; bo cow&ttto tbu IIfCIo'


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