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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: July 31, 1834
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
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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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,I fie B. OOUliDe 9T. AUGUSTINE JULY :U, 1834. VOL. Xil-KO. 19. -

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AUTBOBITY.J be called, the one on the west side, the with said dividing line to the dividing the tine, and in the manner now rrnvi- intimately blended with the probable

If'..... J Wisconsin, and that on the out side, the line between ranges six and seven east, ded by""law, and, if it shall be fouud that destinies ofa considerable portion of the _
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.... Green bay laid districts of tho Territory thence north with said dividing lino tho gold so assayed, shall not l I.e inferiorto Globe: and with the general interests of
of Michigan I which two districts to the northern boundary of the Territory tie said standard hereinbefore declared i h mankind, than perhaps the event of any
shall embrace tho country north of said :; of Arkansas, shall form a new land more than one part in three hundred i tuber day known to the history of any
rivers when the Indian title shall become district to be called tho Mississippi land and eighty four in fineness,and one pan other time. .
extinguished and the Green Bay1 I district ; and foi the sale of the public in five hundred in weight, the officer oromcers M> Fellow Citizens, it hath been o- "
district may be divided so as to form lands within the district aforesaid, there of the saM mint whom it may seat in all countries to come ID orate
two districts, whoa the Piesident shall shall bo a land office established at the concern, shall be held excusable ; but Ibo anniversaries of important epoch as

deem it proper 1 town of Helena in the county Phillips. If any greater infeiiorrity shall nppcar. in national history'-and in Republican _.
UNITED STATES 'AIIID Sec 2. And 6e it further enacted, '. in the Territory aforesaid.Sec. I it shall be certified to the President of and free Governments it is especially
>fII ralU1' .t.SlnN or ftlS I'1fCN- That there shall be established in each 2. And be it further enacted ; the United States, and if he shall so decide proper that days marked by events most
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,.,-TIIUtD CONGRESS.rpesttc of the said land districts, one land office That there shall be a register and receiver the said officer or c>flier is shall bo I t conspicuous iu leading to the advance
at such time and place, as the President appointed to said office, to super thereafter disquulTied: to !hold their of meat and establishment of liberty should .
No. 23] may designate, to bo removed wheneverho intend the sale of the public land in said fice, : Provided, That. in making any I be observed These public festivals
"ACT f.t( the rrhelcd the of'Ark.n..i/ may deem it expedient for the public district, who shall reside ut Ibo town of delivery of coin nt the mint in pnjmtnlnfadeposite I coBititute the Ioliticallabbalhs ofa nation
file k the 1em w* WtiU- I conV,'nienco. Helena aforesaid, give security in the I the weight' thereof shall mid are u useful in the advancement
1'iJaer'tt't tiff HIt lattice of Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, same manner and sums, mid whose compensation i bo foundjlefcctive, tho officer concerned of its interests, as is tbo institution
ilCtel COHI1.ID tho Territory called F That the President, by and with the ; emoluments, duties, and outhorilies ; shall bo responsible to the owner for the of site religious sabbath in that of the in* .
ls .....was located and y- consent of tho Senate, so soon as a sufij i shall, in every respect, be the full weight, If claimed at the lime of de terests of religion. If the one humanize
_die.prier to the public IQru.1beiII' cleat number 'of townships are surveyed I same In relation to lands to be disposedof : livery.Sec.. the heart Ii the oshernationalizes ii: andes
", sad when the lands were I Ied and returns thereof made to the General at said office as are or may bo by 5. And be it further enacted, the ono is sacred to the purposes of to
-") % the said town fell on sec. Land Office, to authorize the com law provided in relation to the registers That this act shall be in force from end religious improvement, so should the
Leo ...her sister and mencement of tho sales in either of said and receivers of thn public money in after the thiity first day of July in the other bo devoted to the purposes cfjjolittcal -
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r erred fs+r tile we schools district, to appoint ODD register, and several offices established for the sale of year ono thousand eight hundred and improvement. And bow is this
.. tM kid town is situated on otto receiver 'fur each laud office so established the public lands. thirty four. political improvement! lobe obtained by t
riTwuth half of eke northeast quarter who sliall.recoive at the place Sec. 3. And be further enacted, Approved June 28th, 1834. means of itsobtervaocol Not by tbo de t
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aM the north half of the atxteon of designated for the land office and give That all such public! lands embraced ... votion ofthed-7 to extravagant and GD_. 1
.....ter, to sewy ci;n cumber north, of security, and discharge oil duties, per within the district created by this act, -- "- ---:: meaning ebulitions of vain glory ; such ,.
"'"P number ,tiiteen taming to such office as prescribed: by which shall .h..ive been offered for sole OItATION.Dtll"ertd feelings comport not withFreedorasdig-
of the filth
PIP number tbutsmeridian west lawSec. .10 th highest; ; bidder nt any land flicc by D. Levi, at the CcvrtJloute sass: butbyarbthoaalpracticalondaober
seal therefore Senatl,- 4. And be it further rnaeted. ii&! *iiM) 'I'" h..y. t pursuant than)' proc- in the City of 6f. Augustine appiopriation of it to the entertainment
Ie it ctte dMl 61 the That the President: slull bi- uulio ,/<.,:, i.ini.ttititi ol iho i'n.sident of the United B,*F., on the 4th day of July, 1834. of those I reflections and to the judo!
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gme tfRtfretentativct of the t so soon as tho turvcy shall "."'0 been States, din! which lands remaiu unsold Pubuhcd by the itqueti ol tpeCommitteeoIArraubemenss. gence of those ci8otion ,which may most
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trustee of the school lands salt, in tho m.uiuer prescribed by I HIT subject to bo entered and sold ut private This, Ci lizcns of America, Is a day ical condition b) fixing our attention upon .' ,
13Hd for township number sixteen, all the lands lying in said land districts, s sari ortaltll thirty, west of Ibo fifth dt the land offices in tho respective dis hereby (created in the same manner und a day of tiiumph; and exultation 1 On which require support,or easy t
pri i.1 aeridilD, in the Territory of,I jtricts in which the land s* nfTircd is embraced subject to tho same tcrmj and upon like this day was put the great; seal to Amer. be open to imp,0emeDIlI1d to con-
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lrbI I. be, and lie is hereby receiving only section sixteen conditions as tho sale of said laud would ican Liberty I On tuis day ",lighted firm our patriotism, by she encouragement ,
ilea w teltct sad have set apart for the | in each township, the tract received for liuvo been subject loin the uid several situ biighlest-the moit t Du.active-tlae and promotion of national feeling 1
Htoftttaol1 in said township one en !; thn village of G Ir'nil, such other tract land offices litrciubcfoin mentioned, had most dazlinp star in our political Con- and political harmony. 'Tis thus tbe day 1
..section of any unimproved lands In as have been granted to individuals and they remained attached to the satuc. I stclltionWhllo 1 thcro remains in being I is duly honored. ,
sJ tevadup in .ieu of.eCI ion numberHweejsad the Slate of Illinois and such If this view ot she of observance
rcscrv.v Approved, Juno! Gh. 1834. one bosom that swells with American { uses an
whew the trusted bill mako lion for l law of Congress of such festivals be if f
> ; military posts any 'feeling, ever must the return of this jtnt- to .
fciiie'oatoo' he shall fila the saran in heretofore existing to the contrary [PuBt.tc. No. 26.NACf .] day, as in the revolution of time it recurs conn-morale Ibo anniversary of aD stilln
tics of the register of the Fay- notwithstanding.Sec. \ cou.riritiu CI rl.iia wit claims in Suing with it the I IloUel.-tlle proudtst portiut epocba in our history is to advance :
Httttttfl (land office and the land so to* 5* And,fait, further enacted, the dittricc i Sprrn'', in Vahama. -tho must enabling cmniion. our political; and national inter :
Jaded stall be referred from sale, and That ao niucti of the public lands of the lie it ctlatlttl! the Senate and House I It comcth: like some glorious orb of ests by leading us to a survey of oar
ttt apart for the use schools; Neta camber sixteen, in said township as l lies west ol tm tango line between ofAmcric-i in CongicstatseinbUil, That ii'ound. Liko this welling of sumo water the event may be capable of
stall DJ tttfejfct te sale lint l entry as other ranges: ten and Cloven west of iho. fifth this dci.hm: nf tin. Hcgi "'r sand ilrceiv- j doth it come in its season, spreading inspiring, to animate oa to emulation in .
aMicl land. BOW an'. ifueiidiaii.& and south of iho line er of"*lio Und ortire for the district!i nf 1 I aver cur sniiiis. with refreshing and fcr- the glorious Lateen of public usefulness ,
s c.:. And be further IllacclTI.h.itto dividing; 1..11"l "-, l1mtlc.I''orlY' ntul St.. Stephen, in lint Stute of Aldbumi tilizing nu>i itiie. ---- --- and devotion-to inspirit us to ifibrt in

swib half of the northeast qiMrtertdtfte forty one north of the baM tine, shiill .i. coiuaiii in their 11-41011' beitiing dnii! > I Full ;indeed j"i it with highest inspiration. the tause ol Patriotism. -to invigorate !'"
, north h.trot ao tooihe-tst qiur (malt n ii.+w l In ml t fcr,of stctioa number sistcen, in town&p iho sonthwotern. I'inil. liuicl: ; au.J 1 to thirty-two. an,..I I: !in puinumce nliio with which it is enchaiocd. Sacred and preservation of the rights ol our ,
etrobcr sixteen, north nf range I she 'ale ojTtlio pnhli.l.inds iviihin th Act of Coit|"re"$ xppiuvcd the second this aeutimcuta that belong toil: Ciuud counuynicn-and attune our hearts to
stater thirty' trett of the (fifth prince district ulor"uid, llirro Shill bi n liu.d ..f Match, i-igliH& .run litinririd and and tiiumphant tho sociaiions with fellowship of Itching and brotherly bar
MltB 1 "WiIDe in the Terrri'o'y of Ar- ffice fstablutu'd nl such )>'l-cc tvilhiiiiid twents-uinr, entitled **An Act ciuTnm:( uhiih it iftinsepuutly Lound.My mans--t thto is their celebratioo worthy
tattibt, and if hereby granted to t district III the I'tcsi'leiu of ilie U- ing lilt report ul f ..hlJtt't: lei stud He Fellow Citizens, if thcio be B day to be indulged In by rational beings, end
LMrtfCriot, Li'kia Newton, SannmlYsffttia niicd Sl.i..s liny tlps'gmi**. I ceivr ol lice 1.11I.1..mre .t( ihs* di"iiici nut,, lu uLovc nil others in the page ol fitted to the dignity of American citizens. .
aoJ Jehfl \Yondy, cum misswters in slit SIAIO df Ala My\ Fellow Citizens i it we would seekto I
Sec 6. .And be it further traclcd, ofsent ,Stephens, our i I'Ol'ticu) and national Iislo-i ,
oftiid county, in tru't f.i ilioon That thcr shall bi a Up';'*'.:r ..d liecuiver bam, nnd fur other IIlUIII'"''** br, and Ihcie'Le & sissy drsmedl) h..Uo"td in enliven in our grinds the emotions t '
of Hid coiftiy; ind that the SecrofcrjoftbeT'titary : nppoiutnl In nuid 1 office, to superintend shin snmo lire In.ii-by roufitmed.Appiovcd totml:; mnumlrnncr iheie. be o : proper to the occasion, we Deed but recur I .
be aathumod to this Sdlo nf public lati'i in said June 26 h, 1834. day un each leiiuu nf which Ills: to the pioud recollections that belong *
itttt a pttsnt for the' simc; and lint: district who shill reside til eeswiwioner shall have power to where .sad nflice i 14 c* ..1.lisbrd. given [Pimuc. No. 29.] heart expand, and the pntsiutvoice need but dwell upon. abe picture of oar '
kf off the hid had into town tests, anti security in the sno>e m inner and sums, ,\,Nc'r roitctttiiii. 'I'C I f.O'4&; coins of the be heard to swell in richest note of country's story, ,und ;odugo) in tbe feel
uti t&4 dispose of the tamo, and make Uiti'od * 4n.' whose conipvnsiitioii! i pulse nnd thank, it is that day in com memory.
feed tea* sefficioa-t titles to purchaser; c'nanlumclIl.1 l\y the Senate and house Look slut banner I and tell
diities, and nuitiuriiiu', ,! ; \ cnioration of which we aro now assrmtied. upon me, *
tea toy thill tppref riato the proceed!* respect be ho saint! in lelat-nn to lands cf Hepretentathc* /tIe United biases Oilier, people i may havo their moves there heart in ibis assembly
oflU ulci ol the Hid InIIO the cr cuw'ofi to bo disposed at filM ..ffice.ol are, of America in Congress asscmbltd. That popular festival, and other nations their which swells not higher at its sight t-
sour home and j ail in tho town or may bo, by lair, ppividrd, in relation she cold coin!* of' Iho United States hall.: national juhihe.- nd thoit-cunrnce of Beats there a pulse, which quickens not
sfFijettefilte fur the use of aid coun- to the registers and irreivcis' of public cuntnin the following quantities of ofjmctal dy tihuli have contributed to the political its troket Sleeps hero a 'feeling which
+* \ money in ,thu several ffices established that is to say : ttch B; gte luaU contain I ttgraiidizentcnt und advancement remains tmwaked ?.----and whence

JNO. BELL, fur thu salts. of 1")1.1 1 c 'lands. two luindicd. and .thirty. two- .gruius of State, may continue to be noticed the maoicl! what spell is in those num. ,
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Spttkcroftbc tIe's e nt n fll'I". n'atiC'. Sec. 7. And be .f further enacted, of pure gold, and two hundred and fifty with nil the pomp and circumstnnr of' I bus that thus they swell tbe heart and; t.
.M. VAN BUREN, Thnt ul) such I.'.,.tic lands embraced eight grains ol' standard Fold ; ench Half I I parade, abd with all the noise and bustle thrill the feeling*, with power so mysterious
"*e I'reiulcflt M h.. Unit,.ilSuu* sort within tie district" created by. this sacs, Eagle, CJhp.lmnred! and sixty grains of of popular rejoicing : but 1 challenge t-'Tis because of tbe associa
Pits f\t "rt" >ru"te which shall haven fern uOered for sale to pure gold and one hnndied and twenty theo companion of a day the obte.rvai.co lions that are are bound to them with 'I
Aapreted JuneSGih 1834. tho highest blddi'r .t the several land nine grains .standard gold ; each Quarter (which may be indulged in, ttiiti more golden chains of mcmor,. 'Tis because
ANDItE\V JKCKSON. nflBcer* . udd Lexington", pursuant to any proclamation pure{gold, and sixty (four and a .half I pride. The musty registers nf notions volumes of American hutoiy-wo see
[Pusttc. No 24.] of II lie I iviidenl of the United. grain of standard gold ; every such Eagla > may be spied out-'lie annals of the pillars of American' ,!ory. Dear oh f I
&I ACTti cretv Uiti'iiu& uuil ili trict. i'U.s Stains, andi i'rh' .. lands remain .", auld I shall) be ,.faho value (,'tt'n dollars ; world may he laid open-its most brilliant most dear and sweet<< to American recol
AestVesotlktneaand antl shall bo ) such Half Eagle shall be of the lection are the remembrances wild which
; +oun, at the taking t fleet of this act isubject every pages t'II'Plrd-ha most dazling
**Terri con iwnli .f l>ie S .t"- tar Itt no.:. to bo entered' and sold at private v lno of five dollars ; and every such passages marked ;-yet I defy the record that year is conected. .
& ft enacttd by the Senate and .ith'| by she proper "ffitrrs o' the office Quarter Single shidl be of the value nf of that day to In produced whicl( Turn to that banner! and the whole

LaN ofRfpretetttetiviittfthe Uniti d hereby created, in the .same ninnner, two dollars and fifty cents ; and the said can approach, in the brilliancy and grAndeur lustrous glory ofihe day we celebrate .
JW.. America in Congress assess aud sub e'r to the same terms, aud upon gold conins shall be. receivable in nil ol its event, or in site moral influence dazles! our vision-all the holy emotions .
J .That all that tract of country lying tikes coud Un..., as the alit of said land payments, when of full weight,according of its consequence*, to that day that belong to it pour like a flood upon
eb ef. the dividing tine between low- "'0'1 d I (have bern subject to, i" the said tu their respective values; and when of which now wo celebrate. Grrcco may our hruru-and its whole moving b!.tor -
wpaaaiberlwelveiud thirteen north' .uvciil land offices hereinbefore men- ess slit n (nil weight, ut less values, proportion have had its Eleuiheria, Rome its Ca. ), with the times that lead to It, and
"Mat base line funning through tho iionedhiidthey remained attached to the to their respective actual pitoiino and other festivals ; the French the scenes that followed it, rush upon

"'I)' bona ty unrest and that liact of aware: Provided that nothing in this act weights.: may repeat iheir Champ de Nat and the, our memory.
Jjwry lying unrtk of thr dividing lin<.* iihall bo so constructed as to permit the See.**. And be it further enacted, tho Nation of the sea girt isle, may mark Best shrine ryes upon it! and tell me
J2 ftI toa-nthips, number thirty anti flirr a appointed in either of foregoing. That all standard gold: or silver deposited with highest pomp its days *f public thou heart of sympathetic flow-tell
i Jj e Sf, nonh ef the old base lino Infl land l districts to receive compensationout for coinage after t/ie thirtieth day of joybut cevcr.boftmvd the orb < : la the Stile ef Illinois, and nil of Treasury of tho United States. June next, shall! be paid for in coin under on day so rich of interest so worthy of Americans! there a chord untouched
..* tract of couatrv. lying north 'of slap Approved, June 2GiJi, 1834. the Secretary of iho Treasury within man's pioudest unto ; and never graced is there a feeling>that dotb not move?
kto-f. ftt-U. weal of!like Michic-in, five days of the making of such diposiie the page of time, tvrntso fiaught with Dwell upon it and behold as it
udt.... stile south: 'Ita nf iho Witcou- [PcDUc, No. 25.] deducting from tho amount of said moral grandeur and motal beaut}-so passes In review of the imagination a.
a 5ft4 Fox rivers of Green Day in the AN ACT ctttU'hti a n ftdditioual land officein deposilo of gold and silver nne*half of fitted to inspire with lofilcat emotion picture nth. animating, full of event, ;

>***t Territory. of Marblgan.. be 1.u t i I. Arksisai.Be one per centum Provided! That no deduction as was that day and_that event tbe re. thrilling with_ Interest;-a picture thatcreeds ._..
alit fear flew"had-- districts-- 'br U enacted by the scriat 4 and Houtejf shall be made unless said advance I membranco of which conies now to. no borowed light for it dazles .

sal designated .s follow to ftcprcttntativet of Ae United State bo required by such depositor cheer us. with his own lustre-nor seeks from fancy a
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lsst tract lying within th* Stato of of America in Cots euastcnblcdThat. within forty diys. On that day it was tint our ancestors any http for 'ii.rich in its own profbsion.Io .
at above detcribfd shall be dl- so south of the public lands of the United See. S. .And.6c it further enacted, of'76, inspired by the sacred flame ofLtbor.y. the relumes It unfolds we read
"W 4d75 north sad south,line drawn States In the Tciritoiy of Arkansas That all gold coins of the United Sa.tcsminle.1anttrior casting to their feet the burdenof the narrative of our country's rise, and
IItfl the' ..f nnmbrrJJ1 M lies Gait of line commencing on the to the thirty first day of opresslon that sought to bow them to our tODe.r. ,'.progess. We ceo the first
*4 roar range of townships tfe thiid princi- southern Boundary of the Territory, July next, shall be receivable in ail payment the earth and shaking the ground the snail handfuls adventurers that sac :
east
flfttfil and, that n the west lido whftco it intersected by tbe dividing at tho rale ninety four and eight- chains that encircled them, stood forth, cessively attempted Its stttlf eeot tearing
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r"1II. lie shall lie called the arili2l life between, ranges five and six, west tenths ofa cent per penny weight. erect and desenthralled, In the full majesty from the embraces of their friends upon .
-1aW tot the and north- efliio .,idi&D, thence with said range i 1 Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, of freedom,'asserting the dignity of a told and doubtful enter,,'"*- to seek
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r:::+district of thf east Suto of Illinolf line to Ibo dividing line between townships -,,i That the belter to secure conformityof nature and the inviolability of their dlsl'an180".p land. We see
MId all tfttt ; and divan south ; thenco the said gold coins to their respective rights. On that day was ushered into them on their voya *,tossed oponlho oil-
1L tract north nf the Statf of2T1 with tea tbe raid line to the dividing standards as aforesaid from every sep- the world, with the seal of public low": their tbips' 1 the sport of wind,and .
weal of Lake south east
Michigan, lion and the of ,.line-I of the ., We
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and three west crate mass of standard gold which shall supremacy playthings see i Ih. ra
IMtIatut &f the Wisroctln and Fox JiM between ranges two ,
"' ,included B&rih with said dividing lino to N made Into coins at the Mid mint, there will, that immortal instrument which I shipwrecked.-stranded-and d&i. ,ted; .
; 1ft sire prfttni TG. the Treaiur but now hath addressed you in the,... or sf we would follow those of .,.'that
K II ap s1soB Ita divided 'a\\e. lies, thence east with said base shall be taken leI apart by I
+ Nk and moth. line drawn from by the tI.. dividing l line, between ranges for and reserved in htt eotfody and gusgo outs own unrivalled eloquence.On .- I reached oar shores in safety, M* o.t>.ijr "
that was otchlevcd event to see them 1Ikh tars" dissolve
north with said that In she Places setapart day en pariah e,
tthenre
tr'.IKMa three east once every year
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awry ef I Illinnlt t )enf the 1 two the dividing line bstween town: and reserved: shall.ha fttia.fea OB which, when corrected with Ibo COBMqueQCfa with pestilence, or &H by the savage 3

-.-.p.la.aMll'Ii-lUc Wk cowln: wr.river.f,Fortto I"I, strip KM: *to tea wad tlcvcn: north, theoco ctst.j I der the Inspection"of the deer!., end at' that resulted yes perhaps store fetua of tbo eat!" wtfidwert Duke land.


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ntu1 there of tbsso that served their; tact rumbling our ,' a tub I. a
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fait we behold ono attempt mnro token of' e trail fkvorablo.! Tko..th was DOC low a oily. u Nat Yorkte i II "..
dire not ,
relt-Iad the in its ball, stand Hancock, .Iles tloooaade or -
topitio'js than the soon country Puritans. MIl ItartIlrJrl'ri6If
settled bardy ...
first redo outliaesof Jamestown in the Franklin Adams, Jefferson..and of approaching sturrast What tbote loll by itwa apd tad ..... .. t
that Cooflic for power-tboie repeated as* irfeadnotttet "yieUif fixed... iWHSB
last memories tell ,
.. seut 1I.11< .before VVo these like from earth they rose Rolls upoa the Consihtstioa-tbeso UBcoaaproraiiing perhaps it may fee teraed lua".81 ...,iI. .1. eegae bit say adveltts .fH
Berth ui. see messengers I
she 1..1. hat a
and bitter .controversies sues wbicji exhibited lC ia chat ac ptosaitn the- ,
fefaBlfettbflaeBts. struggling through together to the skies, when the centuryof ,.. .
two .
ride ;
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,' aU the vi&krftadei of an early settlementin our Liberty bad just bait rolled with which tho walls of the Capitol and tor of its more eeft&era brethren ; bet 01 wicioua habits ese mt stings pus..e wai* ads ... ....
I our Balls of Logjilatipn have late been what was as favorable to the purposes of d"that comet
weed unlioden round the better
a &e region-couten* ton of :
die? agaiatt disease pinched with fa. "airfii>> sent by God to mark the hand of He*, ringing and the din of which ruverta>1 our destinyt it had a, virtue which was awed. Ala """ aef ten seey& see :

.Iae"a8 listed with civil factions, or % wen"Dui 'rates to the utmost borders of the Union Iho oflipring' of magnanimity& In its persona, liable to be moved bf "III.........
torn with religious diiifeniions-and first among them all 'is ono about Tell Oro,UO, those things are tfte/it/. early settlement' most ol those who docked pulsed that pajsion,aad aade? BO etfeer law

Jiarratsed by the jealous natives of ibo who>o laurelled brow beams: a light that Tell'me.not In the shallow slang of the to it cams iant oed with all the firo of. ofim" oa. U not an easy. "&to Itt aid

soil; and then in lime re tee the gibed shoots its rays into elcrDiI,'. vast dis day, that the!_correct our polttital ol of romantic entcrpri.o..and as the uio We have received detailed ...__
SUb of Prosperity, emerging, degrees tance. Thu world his birth place; his ciotphtrc. Tell me not they try the 'al consequence of itnaantic sentiaiont the doiojs of such Infuriated Z?
1 from the clnudi that overshadowed, homo creation. Imbued be was with ,strength only, rather than impair the da they nerd inspired with a loftiness of the mat city o! New York, movsdSSi

I and beaming upon their prospect-ri* Heaven's holiest fire...for wore than rubility of our Government. Too ex., soul peculiarly favorable lo develop or mInt upon a sabjtet bear m! vpotib.SL

vifyiag and invigorating-and ,bringing mortal, tho' in mortal semblance cast. cilement which brings our citizens to meat of that species of virtue which !II was property moved against ia tlesoutbsTn several __ n.-

Into being by the genial 'influence of Divine his nii
its rays, Iarahh-Ilenly-conciliatiuo-. ....high; cmb.issador of Liberty...to our float cities to those ancient Rome j this it was conspicuous fur iutoligence. A and in itsoperalioaa, Uioof no i..jvq-t
good order and Peace. From these found her worship and build for her a with bands of citizens arrayed against I considerable portion of its population pear to hive been done to the tsar &p-

.. two germs thus set by Providence upon home. A inin who loved his country,' each other, arsenals attacked and ,I consisted of men of rank aid education; led snuck offenders.was done to the property or IJI. 1 ,

.",. eur sfeere.we see a gradual spread of for his juntry's, sake; and served her for t! troops of soldiery- brought in to quell I i I i' who bad the intelligence. o understand two churches were Besides tbe objects private d.
population. \V" see the coat i of our that lovo. In. whom 'he rival growers( the tumult and protective city-cannot then rights; and all the .pride & iodopon* inside clone of which was : oI.t
couutry spotted from use northern to tustouthern of nature strove which most shoulddo t be useful. If there be agents of infect dence of wealth, and illantiy of tank, the rioters were appeueJ. aaolbhcd.bps

.. extremity of its borders by him honoi; and made him Patriot| at work which require such coas.t to stimulate! them :o iho resistance* uf As the details are lengthy lad upon I -.
..Statesman. Soldier Around t tent of the encroachments them.Tho ject on wkici i the Southerner h :
successive establishments. \Ve IUD the 0 Sage |i means purification atmosphere upon seiuitive we omit wjr .. .'
the lido of cmigrotien, swelling with more ivhuso knees a Nation clung around must ere.long become too foul 'lobe loftiness of spirit which distinguished publishing rhea

and! moo iap! id stream; and every surge whom gravo a Nation weeps and in 1 releived, but by some violent the south, w.is; rendered still 0(:* Several articles aft 0
ru,y be seen to<< wash to our banks and whose mine tho world is blessed. ,Like irruption, that will desolate the land. further conspicuous by the accession uf I or want of rowm. nlDlucct tby.eeh

every wind of heaven, to waft to this Tioy' P.lladium-whilo he was safe, And trials of strength too oft repeated, lone it received through. the chivalrous

0 lied oJ' piomisn it''o adventurous and Itis country lpt, .ho state was safe. will br.iug 10 she ground fha proudest band that'retired to rte ;.shores from iho A lea PartY was late)* held

bold of a\'crY 'I.arler-'ho unfortunate .!n whom was blended all (hi*,virtues that an moil solid edifice. No! My, Follow I cruel tragedy of St. DcI tholomelW"V tons Eng. The toa-kettle *%* a iaPm boftT

ofvpry .land-the victim, uf oppres,iou, ever singly won rennnrn. -With Ccc 01 izenslet us no. trifle wild. our liber ; \ ould wo seek for further sources of containing 200 gallons and fort/

as well a< thai i-f, till 'sous persecution. sir's peneinuion and Alexaudei'a va'u', I tic*. Lotus out be carried away b Your virtue and moral ch-iracioi: with which formed drunkards officiated as Wiitert re.
Pacing over Ae course nf Kteifptogtesf, writing the retouicvsof Farius and the I feelings into the belief thai all is safe iho fathers of the revolution, were imPressed j i ,

.. we see in time the colonies encreasing tin grimmes of Cpaminondas; and with the. Lm u* hot be funned 10 repose by the t They are to bo found in the ;I i The R-ihw.y Advocate coo taros
o iiumbfis!g'owing in sirnngih-advancing unconquerable soul of Cato, postering vampyro !plunom: > of Liberty-lest we I I tulle of mind created by the dilThuliies following Jem d'esprit : The th
Irll
ui 1nosterisy--iguculture, pros- j tIC! duiniere-stcdness of A iindoi-.. wako bat in deaih. Lu. us not btt coa ,: they encountered illl irjeir early history ; j the United States consists ot 6,054 >% d

pet rng-commerce p.ltp.uding-tli ads J j jofctvilit the virtue of Titus, wi>h ,h" meekness I leui. Jo cla-h the form only without inosubsiauco in the habits of industry and labor engendered and! file. Toe array of office hcWt

lieu i.iic''iiragoil-;and all the of Mo,''.. Immortal man! nations hash.:! of freeduin-or soon we shall iu the settlement' of a now and ; 40,000, rank and vile I" .
'< zt.1 I life ., fd ? sing thy blr >ing;* <.I l c vil nnj ) "arras ; urn clijp a thing of air. country ,producing simplicity off -
A-riv. d at tlii'ig" he .picture thick. l altar burn, thy mine lnll bo airmen I!; li>pi'i *ivu i mu Mure. pro causes at woe k by manners, and tolidiiy of character i.an"! Of 49 5 pMicnit. adnlhted four

ont) in inteie, Pi '.pe.ou\ and a charm-and tubes bo taiiglii to I II w.iicb: ihu ii.jtoly ,'difieco of the Constituiioii in iho absence of iho effeminating amicnrupiing l into ,j lunatic asylum| at Liverpool I,Ietn 23
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cin: Its imnoi lance POWMSIUC! t I Ibis it.Such. : nny one day be ,crumbled into influences that' prevail in old writ known to have lust their
cr*the gt'Hdul\l development of ldV".I' aro (he "piclifres that our memo- tlu>,; that ttiere. is u worm at work which .and dunscly settled countries. drunkenness. ic.sua bv

I. gave It:11: nest of' {prumitfil waillh, .iQS draw. Sitcu i it tht .pictuin ef far may in time undermine its xvholo foundation Thus it was that lh>: population of

/ iMctlous of this wcitwo land & COnnh)' stay r Slue if It Nition's glorY .o that it will be brought to the these colonies wa constituted. Such was The itnporutions of specie i into the U.

licit notice. Tlicrc was an ey* that c .n excito .a petiplfi>' .piideand il g.uurd..tarrying... its fall tho ,pillars the clnractor: of the foundation prepared: titled gales, of wlncii the Trtaiury De

turned upon. itin eye rues) spoko of uvaricr tint! ,pooplfs' ()'iJe cio minister to ex that surround it, and crushing beneath for our present griainoi' Such ws : parinittoi, was notified between rue 11.h

; rn,I lust of g....,. It chimed' to cite that f pcople piirioti and devotion it. ruins the miserable victims of the de the nutcriil; ; collected nnd concentrated and 30ih of June, amounted to &::.1 6S

be II JfofAer eye-4.ut "11' a Mou slime it room fur it hero.-Look lusion that blinded them to their danger. on this continent for the structure of. 700 besdes: what: WAS brought by ?'

let's cy,, that ftotight to pley upon its through the annul of this world' lim i, True, that we daily hear a mighty i cUinor : that glorious edifice of Iib"rlY in which ..,. EI11orlS, .21 .219. That,>p.sung. ,.
.young. A hand was rhis4 toward H- and point mo to the page that biltz,'s with about Constitutional rights, encroachmouts now fourteen millions of freemen arc mount imported duiing 1833 and tit

I u linnd l that, claim -d to be a Mother! muse refulgence, than that ou which our violation, und the like,- sheltered. Gist hilfuf 1834 il about 820,000,009<
hand, extended for its offspring( good; Countiy's"history stands recorded. Survey 'jut of what avail is il that wo guard the To be concluded next wttte.ST. *

but.'iwas a Tyrant' h.ind,-extended creation" and tell mu where is to be outposts when the voiy foundations of H.r Tho B ink of Petm"I"Di. his talc ee

lor evil, not fur gond. That rye had found that pot on which the eye of the the tiradelllib sinking, und it verges to Aua STZN11. thcSiato, Loan ol one million six haaoni
:rwied on that offspring1, stoie-tin* ,t'lnlanthrorfst; and ise i 'lovo of Liberty us own desu+rction.' Wo mutt look than THURSDAY, JULY Stir, 1834. h1'UULIC od sixty five thousand four hued.eC'
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fixed .ind that hand dwell with III' ,
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heart of nvniico wa may gloater complacency. the foundation I prcjrvo that und all .Ol- -; dollars, redeemable after 21 t day of J s.
,. w,\sareq to fall with misor'a gripe upon S?.rcb iho corners of the earth, and will bo safe. H :&Tt o. ly, 1862, at a premium of$303, oa .
that i.ffspring's treasure.: It fell-but f point me to tint spot( whero iho right! Aly 'follow ciiizent, I I urn t po+sp not to At ri meeting of iho ciliz'CM of! St. ry handled dullsis. evs*

fell not to remain. -I. sfcited its victim of m"'IIU.'Y turn with greater confidence harrangucyou: upon the .politics of iho Aug'istino hold .it the Court II ue, on

In its giant grasp bui tlicro WAS wiesi- Hero in ty be found H homo and a iclugo da '. J propose not 10 drug before you \Vednu.laO Evening, July 23<)., 'for thn We perceive by a London paper be. .

ling fLu thv prii'>-and beaten from to the weak and the unprotected of eve. I the CQutllcl' and factions th-t are enact- purpose of adopting measurt for ill-* foio u that Messrs Rondel & Bridgft.nl .

its 'Hold it slink nervelfl** to I its: !place.Twasln .- ty nation and of every clime. Here upon the political arena of uur dun oxproiiioii of public :Cr.-'f. for ihoDeitli I Ludgate Hiilfoffcr for sst. II suitor
of this tttifcurn : be found altar erected Liberty county. of the viMiurnblo Il ] It. i.la
the busy scene may at to Thesu are for sit*' nio ru air .s. diamonds valued at 32666666.
in the shock of this encoun'w'iwisin -accessiblo to n'l-lighted for all sam ; tings of iho edificuof iho consliiniion lit' ship Mirquii tie la Faytttet ihu Rev.

this attempt of tyrant power, -ind which may gtthoi all ha sons of its foundation sink benefit it-they sire i iI DAVID Uaow.v, \VK Crfllfd to the chair LiFAYCTTK.: Tbo remains of Lara .
and struggle' nf its victim to break 'the the earth (without preference 01 dis- I but tho buzzing of tho ephemeralver, avid l S.ui'i. L. UUUUITT C ire find the moving picture of the tinctioji) in knneto| worship-and .br* .
grnjp, min engendered by tho corruption and and the other of oak, were .placed ia a
.craat. blessed. Here tho wide spread shade of the The object of iho mooting Inuring been the
I decay materials that compose ill it room 00 ground floor of the ccmeti.ry .
'Turn then again upon that baonet! ol die tree our 'fathers planted, may tho edifice. T'tl to is a funtl'irnniital+ (evil t i .,,-vd 1 by the Chairman lao, following whih w..hung with black,.ad or. '

and qiick imagination brings ut to lie unfo'tunateand lltn persecuted ot. every which needs ailoniion. Lot lint: be cp.I1leanun were appointed, a committee namented with funeral emblems Tbe'
day that "uird "'to"loub," and pointsus land, find ,holier (,om iho storms that looked 10, and all the bubble that now To carry into efiWi! tho object of iho coffiiu plate bore mer.lllho ward La.layette. .

to tlit}1 times that stirred out fibers assail, and iho fito that consumes them; excite us will burst of themselves. I; nset'tirg-| wit : Tbe great solemnity prevailedas
them to theirOppreiioivexpoitulating nnd l IIKIO bohiml the I Ciiii, Guitatus S. D> John Lee
1IirhlVtt, see apcaling ample shield olonrCoiutitulion My fellow citizens it may not bo ane, tho company passed tlnoojh this
.- 1 -arguing-pH- may the oppressed of eves Y wholly without profit that wo. recur foi Williams. Benjamin A. Putnam David room, and thence to the room where the
Wit a.'e their Countiy find. from their Lcnt Kingsley U. ,Gibbtt HsqVs.
litti-ntRg: -remonstrating. protection opIT'S a moment to the character of iho early' mourning lam'.y was assembled aad
Appeal! \* treairil with cootuIUt'IV-lbeir **"*. lt"re .ill who seek for' freedom fathers of oui country. s ltesoloe+l, That the prorotdings of that iu which the ilutrious Geoeral drew
is turned to ridicule...their ex* find it -with no law to shit\ moeting he published in the Florida
i pi: me n may ; rose If wo awn to the noith-we there find I l his last brentb. Tne cordons of ihs
poMu'uunns. spurnfd.heir remons slain, but that which is'the same in nil 1 tho raateiitl of which its population WM* .11t'raltl.! l S. L. BURRITT, See.St. hearse were held hy M",..... JicqKtLifitteand
trancrs against oppre>sion. answered b)' -with no distinctions, to contend but composed precisely that which would Augustm July 23. 1834. Eugene Lafitie ; G, ae I

still heavier Impositions; and wo sro : IiI,.,,, which merit may. w engender. have baon selected fur a new Asirow; Ibo Amnricun Chaige J'.-\1.

: at lust, wi aiie" and indignant; aummitigup I Kav1' ore not cause for tridP.Thoso of free republican princlplus.6nvnrrlmeat Retiring PnNt4 lAUd C/ointf in FtoriJa. The Su. f.i>i-s aQd an Elector of Me.ui; M *,+r..
Court ol tl>r District of KId Fbritla Uinw
us one great; eflbn] a d g..u of tesoiulinii nit tho flciicins -thuctt th" before the torch and the pr."r Odillon Bs'rutand Sdlverte.
figgot f the A.D"UC
i.ltuiff *r special purp pie of adjudicating
at wbich then mcmy: wondurrdend t gloiiou. and animating temnmbrancesthat from tho habitations of their )ouch utiJ ; upon the unsettled Liu t Claims pcnJiiiff the officers present were the Aides :>
the world admired, and pulling h.ivo but /o b.. tefreshed. t.. fire us i that Court.
and tho homes of their father. they ; i Toejr have been [pending Came; of the King and: Princes. hr-
thftfi It inns to that immortal' instrumr-m f will, all$ die huh emotions nr Patriotism were forced to seek in other countries before tins coart for tbree or luur yean, ana skit Loban and his atatT officers headed
which i-aled tin destiny of our country, : .-<,f ublic ilevoiio'i .ud brotherly l have nllner.1I1{ p ut ported at the instance
rI'1 and in other chows a hiding place from tho vast number of tun Naiiuo.il Guilds. ,
|the Uivernmcni under
j the of ob- :
and the 113. fle.rte' of ing.-Bui is thi all that need prttex
-et ttump to our
our
I engage thair bpprcsso'S-and a spot whore the 'ai..inif inportant d"com:nta trim IliTani t' who attended with their lido avers oc*
Liheity. Puuuiug ihra 1 then in theI I oouc. t Have we no occasion examine freedom their conscience might bo' in but we learn that the Judge bat overruled !y.
eieasuie 'by which sinsgrand maitutstiiik into on political condition fs thorn no* dulged'in retirement and 'ar The a wither etniinuance of tise-n and will 1..1 I An individual who saw Lafiryetia
*' was followed up, wi ,"o the thing in this flam. uf our naiion which peisecutitms that had fallowed ty. ceed to the disposal: or the docket at his deathbed and tried
them
whole nkll.an nitim'ftd nt witH out' toulacting cull fir ..ii-fl-ction ..r demuii'is: the active : Teim of iha court, either bjr teat oedsnrsat': upon from ouMof, to gainer
[him
the troubles-the lufJ'ttrlngs-lbo trials unless good anJ sufficient eau a: be aliewu for Iris latest opinions oa
r- wails one .ph it.ufl'oriu with ; lalinr 1i.'i1n Patriot hand would in* to which their spirits were subjected, a continuance. It is probable! therefore tbal1n.Jt melt and things, states, says the London
one npiril. N'o IN ,the fl mcs of ear I droll' it "r.reVhill "". will teiufa '
cues the docket
: alter
engendered in them a sternness and uncompromising mAny oa Spectator, that 1 10 dying old General
ragint} and ruing till it' !irks 'tho skies! ; \ tho' our country h advanced this term urutljuJictted.: '
t resolution and luau of I said to him ot Louis Pnilippe 1 -"C tuu
with hi blac'iug tCl"gur.-and the Comet with Itt t"lltrideIull! .b..' h be that When we co larder the benevolent policy fourbe
mindwhtch brought them to this -el sinus MTOUS de victims
country of the 2 Gifcrnment, anJ its known
of Destruction that the 'fanjuo< its gre.H.,*:.. reonndeih o'er ominently fined (for the purposes for liberality Spinisit bes'owing Und, and the equitljr do sa fouiberio.1 (lie is a ehe.t-and
Froro its fitrv bur b'k lenee and the oarth!
dcitb" pelt what iho' ivo lOG it germed which Providencn hid designed i hem just policy of the United States, it se.'rntalitile wo have( been the victims of bit impose
with prouJ and tnwc'ing. cities, and do Horo they were destined. to now ,priva* curious that the fi adjiid'caUtin of our lure.)
Ei lot loose among ''':01. Wi see them in curated with smiling teaming fields] private land claims should have been delayed
join
i -to new dangors-to new s .ficrings(
,' thisstiugple Uitn. this' conflict,, and at whvt tho' wo are blessed with to. twelve years, Ur all the delays that her e
every en but there this claeerthemIbore MASTER A.raCNTICL-At the
wa to U:=urreJ not single acre basset been gained
I last 'we behold them when upbornoby
may ; joyment 'htall.rolperity and unfailing- was'this consciousness animate and if conclusion of tiio. betweea Great
high to to the public t acres dad been gatnc.l k war
the Genius of Liberty, they had sources can produce; them that comb what might-let upon Ice principles whch we bare alaaji ,Britain and the United States General
been carried thro' abe encounter tiiurn- full M the utmost mc4.uro of what blil"lIu".n \, tho ,storm find inrltfmencics of iho cli- contended for.it would hive been a loss of t! Wuihingtrm hiving: taken leave of I.
pliant and victorious, joying at tbe free itecire can seek or api'rchendl"wbat' so.ne thousand dollars; for the ptymeat of
I mats aa.nilllaoir unsheltered bead*-lei counsel the of array, ajdreuod abe late! M. de L f+1.
the Uaited
? "doll'nta.1 had to bless them Rod on part SUtet.
thanks come that iho' in the fulness of imagined the honors of famine thrcaron their ex Many of the cases an 1 a greater pjftivin of ibel one, who was only 28 ye&rsofageasd
.giving!; tn superintending, bliss, on ilii d Provide tico which bad aq gloriously odd at this very minute-tho Hotannn fIr taco wild children of the foiO t *iobrandished / certific tti: u they ate cal* revolution, as follows:_"M, young
Y conducted them through the trying per. of millions ofj joyous heart ascend on around them-devoting their iJ, the originals of which certificates, friend you have served an apprtnticv
; iUoftlio! revolution tpU result *o bill. high from are n-Jt to be found in the office of tbeKeeper
blunt .o transporting. Rocovorcd from > every quarter of our wide dwellings to the flimos and themselves oiihe Spanish Archive hip to Liberty, now go home Iud tttup
: the shack, of tltis encounter.'we seal them spread Und-the fervid aspirations of a to destruction-still-still were their. Under the Spanish Government the mode for y otSrst'i l" Ho did set op for
Ibnu'.nd'luula for the success and Pies tuindslcft fioestiil in tine distant reces. of griming or conveying lied differs ma himself, Mod became so excellent a bids
tun bad
d in
cf g g 10 dearly wort; and soon -a thousand bold his original titles but they are depositedin
tonpucsaie giving utter shadowing retreats of the forest they all civilised countries on the globe.
-- Like arbiter mum j office called a
f !t I since to the animating 'feelings that in. had com to,might their invocations an Government Secretary'*
to
MiJaoen
Ittsen on o 1ft-e. and he receive from that officer t cer
Wo see the William Sun of ilia Const* ipiro-to thoir grateful. reminiscences of the Deity they worshipped I be indulged tinetieopyoflheotirfiuaUand' this evidence; LATEST >PROM FRANCS.
tittlun litingoa nut Lnnd. We seetheuwtiottfrom the past', and their elevated anticipationsof In the Unguago their own conscience was considered by every body as conclusive By the 1st of Juno pack ship Sully
the f..tureVhat tho' uf his right to the Land. .
t R our country'snamrbu dictated.
Forbes
Capt arrived Saturday ee.ninr
thai limn advancing with gi- on
Should the be lost has
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original as
; with tondean souuJed as a signal note wherever .grave..alniosfto sourness... happen wo bave received advices ftoa
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out stPp -CBcroa t g Freedom's eJ, in many of the cases now before the court,
trump is heard? < Inspired with all that itamoveablo firm Tierra that date with Paris 10
growth until BOW we see it mighty a* Is there the question is. to whit retpect or credibility to papers
moug the mi %iiiesi ltUloua-prolpo.- mhtrd up with this prosperity, ness of purpose which the habit of resistance are these certificates entitled, it ia contend tho evening of 30ih of M'jr. Tbe fel
roos-dedeckvd with cities-alivo with no alloy Jn iho transport of all I these lo opression begets' in rcsoluto cd that for all tbe uses of the parry interested, I tar furnish DO intelligence of .iffipor
exciting and animating they are equal to the oat 'as!a i and if there I
considerations is nftndf..accustomed to their
coajiflorco-teatniug with resources.. nerve spiritsto laD:.. Wo eases a few extracts.MWS .
them nothing which calls was any question at all.1 it could not be made
lid ie its like upon to pause tho endurance of every suffering. ,I iu May SO.STOCK .
rising glory t shining., -irflect-and trembler Do by the very party who held pssession of the ,
I'Ulur to he akici. latent W8 lee nor defence of their rights..abandoolng onginalsd; and who alone was charged with I CafcHANOt May 30 Half-
Such is tko historical} picture ihnt I symptoms of dote,t'-oo threat their homes, and braving the hardship's their safe keeping,urd roust aoas! responsible past Four o'ClodT. Fundf bavo
those Riagic tMiBbaia conjure In the I niag tokens of' :$ fall t 1 hat then are of o settlement In a, now and untroddenre for their Ion. if one pan of the Spanish i experienced a decline which isaUrida*
,iod. Bat it stops not here. We turn : all those angry peals of. strife that, late lon for the sake.of their prloclple..hIbo Treaty should be lost, waulJ! not the other I ted to the continued rumors of a chief
hnvo If
be the
shaken part an original er American
in diet bauaeil And behold our Country. to Us centret New. Ecjlapders wore stamped witb i COIn't the British fall ia
r.g" upon a What all those era an Ibeuld be abstracted from the proper m Cabine*. and tbe
ntagic Palace ef Libiy alien on the in earthquakes that commencing a moral chi.sctcr..a virtue...which hardened office, and a certified cop ol toe origuul the London Market, Foreign Secormetin
ground wi'rk el ,the sceae,; its golden the .south have undulated them against the impressions 0'cleipot should received [rant Spala,would h not be genertl me-also tower.
walls huug reuud with portraits o'er throughout the land, making tho edifice 'att'Ji 1 and prepared them far 10sls.tne equal to Ute orifciai as agatsst tae Spanish A Royal Ordonance was taaea oa

T hero are Glazes, Greene, Marion, of good Union patriots to totter and tho hearts of all' to every attack of tyranny Government to us these from certificate whlcb,It em under nated.It these seean views' iho 25ih last callisf oat all the roassi. -

m.,.* a ttatifttttd other, warrior ..ul.- rolotiT all quail and tremble for the If wo f tiro to the south wo there f find of tbe subject are entitled tp full i red ittb ing JOUDJ solders of tko CImA' s1
tbfid 0
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tbeikred dfe roe 4 crale; t&q' ia prociw point of charw ._ eUOf':, 11'32.
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"'- & tliuael alga ale. "I&ta- pepulatloa ia the f eit, 4ey will 1Je .l'm-W,,,, .,tAe FhUc4ItaIu.. DISTRICT ATTONBEa Off tffii, Janb.J. SaleiBYVlR'IULola

.r Ite Ooveraaaent tad the pablio the theatre of a commerce unparalleled M purtuancs at taw.1. Aaoatw JI.C&'UW, St. Augustine,Juno 20fA, 1834. I '
ef statue 10 befsoor efLtftyet" Vessels! froa 4 JL Preinleat of the United States of Amcrl. ELMS B. G Pluiita writ 0ft
erect"* a iaeny CORI',. to "OLD Esq., .
SQe
Jo .
the
hereby declare" rako known that out of
Ia and Pelt .eM tin 99 teas btKtheo lOa trade to this ,he.; Editor o/Mfi Florida Hereid .
iablia} tales will be held at the folbvtef land tJ.t".to, Counter the Eastern district o ...
filii" rletel. cIe Vill u a HkaWe sdiaaywo lit anticipate the day offices, in the TcrrtttrstfFluid*, at the pctuds SIB :-As it has been repulsed to me t loads and to KC Cue cud sated delheicJ .

when BKrefetnt ships or respectablo tix deslffnsted! fur M sale ot the usae*. that some trespasses have lately been 1 will. '
of
10 pubic: Sale 18 grunt
( elite- will the >nen'iooea lands to wits committed in this District lie pub eaPuse
bo built
.s.C1r.1 report rose as high op Mississippi upon the Court House
the
.18 St. Auguitice
o a France are extremely ft. a. St. Lauiit Wo think, the event highly i At the Ltnd ce at TAiunuiSB. on the lie lands of .ho United'Slates by the err City 01 -
III' par" ntAtta&ii in Uccfmtxr next;loP the dlspu.tal oti Koiitlay tie 01st da) el:Wai cb
'gMt. TWaiB* wiMc succeeded. I probable, and, io fact, can see nu ot the public lands within the undermen.rt'i cuttiug of Live Oak Cedar, fine, and next between the houu ol 10 o'clock A.

JJ." eegat i0 the ,,early part 0T the good cause why a Navy Yard should noi ti\J townships and tractioaal tdvrhsuni! tu other timber thereon, to be di.po,ed (.! M. and 2 o'clock 1'.Nt. dy, tlioolowhig .

jktve wade a great: .isiptoveweBt, be established on Ibo western waters, wit bard and employed, for purposes other ; 10 nit a ceita'm t
. vice yards lad corn lands, both at which all the smaller class of the UDited I North cube base lineand vest or the mesi than "(ur lao use of the Navy of the U- property(and, i
.the i ian.I tract or psiceiof constating ot eight
tlmnJant harvest. States shipping should bo built.If .- I oiled Slate," and us it may nut bo generally '
aD
...ite rowwhip 1* of range 5. thuutand accI ahuIII d "eal 01 1-0.- :51.
I.cdt account from Poland state such thing is practable, and we believe Tornshipi and 3 ot range 8. known that such trespasses ole Johns ,fiver the ccmesiuitLtu iLeucfbegioitiog

Wartl" has been .condemned by it is, a due proportion of the im Townships and 2of rluct9.. 10 11, U, in direct viohtii-nof a prmtarl of Con at the south ot Buckley's.

fat.I.perial Uaako to "uy a sum of 10,- raense suns or the public money, to finely 13. sand U guess cillilhd "1111 act to piovide for Ibo' Creek below white spring and lollow-*

ram by way of fine (or hav expended! for the increase of sure'Navy Township lorrtoge 15 punishment cf oflcnccs, committed, in said .
9 ol liter
'fowmhiji, I, o range 16' lug& .J.t\YaJc"Ihe margin to
keG the cealro of time late revoluf in the commercial cities of the east, Township I, ot range 20. culling destroying, 01 icmoving live the point ttbeie the public II ad fiosi

j.5' f bis**na. which will be advanced would be expended as in justice it fractional) township. 1 and. township 5, of oak and other timber, or tiers rtseivcd Picolata tu Alscbuu cruises tho sad'mir i l>
uC Pohod will bu distri the States. range 29. for nival I t Match
I tat ought, among w. tern ,puipusrs, "Mpptou'd the 4Sftur
he bas
nod lines its
aiaoBgttsoch of the inhabitants .L i l"uI",1. 1, 2, 4,and ".nrrance 3J.I 2d 1831." I mko tin* Itbtity io request 'ci ; following es
2 1. 4 and 5 31. ; boiiAdaiiey, lo wig : the lit line runs
uwailiilu ot range
suffered by llaoVar A femalewas lo publish use said I in
of in act
oCI'KtuPuRI case Iiydiitiiltobia a North the you jour pa* iue mouth
ul! base line and am u mar. I lions M stake et cf Uuckley i
onlS!. lately cured ut B.sds aux by copious dim. per fur LISP public iuformat/on, und to Creek South 25 dtgict-s West 112 chain
of ; und bleed 2.of 13. that mid: violutiou d.eret)
draughts viuegai constant Township range say any ctuy .
to a iio the 2d iiuo him said
JUi.s
Acoirespopdentoflhe New :. in;. She wis able to taste thy vinegar Tal.,last";" 1, and 2, ..f range 14 of in this biviit-i, ash be promptly andri'uiously I

, York Goto J *urnl of Commerce, gives thuitahwRwiiou t I|I wliilo the sight of water threw her into tliin:buuth ot the base line and East of meri. f ; 'pioc"U'ttl.J !piouiJouiii il.tSd CO degieea'tine East IUDS 174 itom chstnstotapiiife said

feJiei'' relative to the I cCiuvulsi nl. That past of township 11 situated: m rth and uiu, *.it. with girut ..t'Icrl.CIU' pine South 82 dtgitts Eut 154 chains _

ofo"r ga-Id produce : s I west ot the auwanre Hucr fr'lnitt-. ) obedient ..nanl. .idpine
Iue the 4ih line fm s
ion tuns
/
ri+..) r. June wan live to the gold re. II I Squinting.-Squiutiug.may be cured! .%t .lie same ;il*c.*. .in c."I..iuIhul, ctmmcncing THOMAS DOUGLAS.AN pine South 33 Exit 175
tiPg'IJ ptoJuct of thejTyear ; before on the third J Ion Jay in Htcn&ir degrees It
who
I plnce the sun you squill's.Direct .
-tiiaaie .pei
next 'fur the disf.u.kl ul 'lit ;ubiic lards wait ACT to piovidutor ihopuuiihroculofoOeucfs chain to B pint the 5ih lint iuosfittf '
at $.,000,000, pretty Heir a j jitCI ; him tuclo-e the undistorted eyo I ia the limits Ire committed dU- .
I ot ul c1'rmen'ioncdlto"u.: cutting said pine South 5 dl"lrte.Vea. 123
\.f the .gSiejaie proi; *t of the and look at you with the other. Whmi I t ups. aiU fractional iownkiiiiS.| to wilt stroking, or icmnving liveo krither and chain* to b pint-the .61h Hoc runs lioa s
.k ttnld I I.M.. C-rapuellP.} While, you perceive the ai'ti of iho di,toiuditve South of' the base tine and w"t cf the men limber reserved fur
01 flees ua- said pine South 15 degrees East 123
the pioduct of the southern Ju.*d diiectly ; you tell h'into kit,P d>an. '
ttNeattl v..1| lu'IO\CI. chains to -ardthe7lh Iiuo runs
FrActi.inal a pine
townshp 1 of 8.l'.nlhipll. .
ST deg Ut"IJrU'} iityP-i M 2,000. it so, anti' then onen th<* other eye ; the :2,3,4,5, G.range and 7,of range 9. lie it enacted by the Senate and House r..o..llid, .pine Noith 85 degires East

eel lo the seer 1833 $868,000 v"i 1rtCt' distorted oye will turn way from you Township 1, 2, 3, 4,5. 6,1, 8, and 9, cfTownipihs of litprtstittattvctvftht' Lmted btutt*' 110 chains lo a stake on the Picolata
fedfio tHes"Uilieriiuut* at Hit towards' mo those, and the sound one range. 1J. Atiunca in ,
C .
.
of assembled
ngre>s road -Also one thousand acres .t
Mat.; far coinage *nd this sum, Mr. will fie its gaze on you. This simple of 1, 2,3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, and. 10, Thai i iI| any ptisun or 1'l'nVJI, imii (U'.I I ;place called Cedar Hammock or JJi.gg'a
11
0'41 not Iwlf of in* po'loo howeverrepeated with range .
rtl1Gk- experiment
,
1mart You trill find and will patience Townships 1, 2,3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, of or rausi or procuie io bo, cut, 01 nd, as llHiumockou: M>e South pmt ot 141o'eh's
1et'0tb.I )ear. ("'t-j't-snverance enable rai g? 13.Township. silt, or bo truplujcd in cutting, ui shall | |old being a.panel two thousand sties, y

tr" rte core to 1IrV i.eV billf* it this person squinting, little by little to 1, ?, 3,4,S, and 6, ol range 13.Towiuh'pf w-cuioti'y dunioy or cause 01 piucure \; ,, '.Idl were .giutited to George ]. F.

pasted the Imaie that gnat induce- comply with your dirflt'lionnnd in sithuit I 1. 2. 3. 4,*nu 5. ol range 14. to be wantonly d&siroycd in aid, a> II'I. CiiiiKe in libxilcte property on the 15th
.re ofL'.cd Oy it :o IUd gold |iro- time hI' will bi ublo In direct. thu 'I tmr.;slips| i, mj.j luciioitai towiolujis :1, 3, bu desiu ) '
a"atr t 1Jt 01-.1 r..ue 15.io ot finj-loytd \vunionly ) ngny Dl Ftbiuoiy, 1811 .alCI! file buhdted ;
iu I
tl i'.' 10 b.nig their money to axes jf both" ey s at plimuio, and Isiscurls ,,ri,.lnp 2. and fractional township 2, 01rl'lge live oak cir red cedar site or tact, cu, ut bud i tto.il the I I.e.d. of Deep .
arft obliged by salt; u> is i .nflctel Il it is in
only
Ita..a otlwy a call 16. limbttr .
other ul
.
) or Ilit I.dil.g giowing, (,i i ek which ..alll.ill| itself into the St.
ddN ce tueir pure gold for *undi the "ye ;, tlio good eye should bo coveted I it e isMct Office at !sT. AuoivriHR.pn 'ihcttCmdWtndiiyt being on anv land l of thv lusted Stutc: Johns ritr ull :lit East side, |t-irg: part

, mid, ,liter by tucuuitig 10h of ..welv for a fortnight. Dfcembm* t i the dis ivittch, in pdrstiunce. ClI'uoy saw Itout.d.or ,>f a tract ft two ikcufbud 11115 which
1 ty 110bit Mify Thuto of renders who will i.I.as ul lee_ (muiiu i.utin uitniii die: limits ofuudermeitioiied
pefceatBIT I.hu my ro br
hciculirr 'o passed sliull have
the township anal lucuoiultuwnship ; wen gruiiied: tu suid Gtoigi I. F. Ch"*ko
their gold sad teceivo iuYtlif mcml! tliet directions will Gad their
er I
d-pone been locivcd fot iho
-, to WIll or purchust-d usek !Ion. ihf.15.li Etbrurty 1811. Also five ,
in five days thereafter, id coin, adv"nl'lte in doing 'rt.L. North of the base Impend cut of the merijian.Fr 1r thf United States, lor supplyii'g l or'I'', htuurtd! 11..1' as.ttti'btla ibt* bead of

titb the deduction of one :idle of mji --- _L- :_- :_ ctionalto.-rnslii; 1 2.3 4. and 5, (tart tuiiii.lni.(* bl.It'11I m, unite-/ tor the iiu* [ the said Di fp Cirrk leii'g ho trntple*
celt,stdif theY leaf it cur tatty MARRIED of St. Alar)I riser i ) it ralK: c 23.: uI'ttes Uintd bint if i ivy i ;
per ; 01 ott\tc thtabs.t'd filet _bovomcniioiieu
dny i pi-r menu rotes
value.11TiWtTiiERiV Township 1, :l. 4,4,and fractional' township
tMI Gea ihd WIIO' j t On the lOtli i.".. by S. S fleeter, Esq. ilsallLIUtilt
....... 5, of range 24* on 01 pt'tsuns 01 cauMr : ihken as the piopeny of ,
Hot Mr. ReUBbv HOOAVS to Miss Misty Townships 1, 2,.nl 3. of range 25.. (jidcuio to te noiov, d, c'r nid, or assist George 1. F. CloiKc uttheiuit of Aicbt'baldClaik -

hotter YOUNQBLOOD both .Duval Count TownsUip 1, ot Lange 26.VraetiunahoTn&hll.II.2.. 01 bc cmj..loved its Ie nn\'ing fawn any

j !$ W'd-y we if.fi* simmering at 0 i the Uih iut by S. Stretr E
s ale ,,f 90,92,4114 even 94 in the < Mr. JOHN S. PICKCTI, .to Miss Asurt ,,21. cdoi ,ulr.incd, uloicsaid.
Fib. 2Cih .
-vr I u 3 : any 1834 49-5 .
1 3 f
Fractional and
are all but boiling at townships 2. rant
diy we D1u Iit.rofCba E. FUlln
-"po
FUNI+ '
.; : DA ts. live oak or ltd cc d.1I tier, or trees, or )'ho above sale is posponeJ until

M...boasts.ck.To in the team of Rico I Ef Duval) County.PABSF.NOEBS. I. Fractional townit ps 1, :, ai-U 3, of ....n.t. othvi' tunics, UUic:1 dU'1' uuilioiizcd, io S9luiday the '24th..day ot August.

mgo --- 29. to io._ bv ('1 dN.. in Writing.. of u__ cc-muu.: I.
- -
ltd Baker dropped dead io the lsarness1t'ttiidsY > South of the base li'lt\ ;and east "I'! the m irnt flfin i, air"l fir the use of iho; uavy n. I

being e ni.t ly ovfrcrine without Per Schooner S. S, Mills sailed this nd'n. of tinUuiird Stutcsor if ; MARSHAL'S SALE.
ui y person .
evcaal' lattuters "UIU nlelleo! Tlut part of tnunhip U, (cut of SuwancrFirer
lest.dfasrld t.
virtue ot a writ ot fitii faciasissord
for Charleston via Savon nnh Ri hall
day
of range 14. or |I.t..onl ('ul. or cotuo cr pro By
few .
'
a w ra c iiUjiellcd to
'rC:. :i'ownshipa 10, 11, und Itf, of hn,'"25.T..nhipIIU. t iii c lobe cut, or aid!, or assist, or be out of the Superior Court
Ier'P ill corporal' eiujlpytnnt.St .- Mrs. A. D. Mackay. Miss 1\1.'SlInrllpI, It ami' 12 u'' range' IG. rmployrd cnniiig any lie oak 01 icdd'ii stir the Eb' cin Disinct ot Fronde: urdj

brc4tli of MM it fttiiriiK: _bout theI'MCTHtN'O fte\f.l. :Mr. Biotvn, Copi. O, S. Drano, Towns).)ps 10. 11, 12, ami l 13. ot ra'ibe; 17 Ct tike 01 itvcs, or cities timber on, j to me directed end delivered, 1 will ex .
'1. r"yN.( ? V.)1Yhig.) Jul9.. Townships 1, ....1 ::3. ot tanut IB smite In tout cl the Court' .
C. Lvon. (:.I..t U. pose to public
Capt. -- .) C-spt. O. Purler. Ciiiit. J. CJ......n.t I 23 5 <>7 8 and U of|tat.g.t 211. he irinovi'd, or aid, or assist, ui bo (cm I, House in the city of St. A gu"iinr, < .
NEW \DKtt THE SUN : Lt. A. D. ;M sck s\.. I.I. J. \Villi, r II. i owns tips 113. 6 7 u 8 "I! rang 21 .piit.) ctt in ieiiio\ing any live nuk sir ted ) also seveoih day tl December

A. JStc.aflw""t.--\ gemi Miuii in *.. H.a t:is. W M rccr. S. L. Burrett : 1-hat Portion 4.1.'W u+'"u. t R M ol Sirysliter eta fi-iini: irci-s, or ..,It'I' limber (.cm any 1 ot-xt between also licuia of 10 oMock .

Ctaciuiitibyihe unarm of Mi un, IMitmted E,q. T. A. Hayden Ceo. P 'nklmmV. I aii>t t. ui.kliij. ',,. S3 4 567 ,id. ti" (iiher loads ..r Isle United Siaie atquiieil ( A. M.no 2 (o'clock P. M. of that date
'ial IeambGat in tviiiiii I 25.
tu JK ( Sunrhoz. I ra..t. or licit af'.i-r. to lr arquiicd with the following: "pioueity, to lit : ccy
list portion of township 1 etafof ,St. U ,
lit G1e4cJ tu ascend the 4ii nl JoIf 1 ..
t : on j --- -- house mend lot situated
u I -- r'- nu touukl.ij.2345. : G 7 :a. ll 1 8 olTOVII ;inlt rat to cxpoit t. dispose. of. use ti rmliny en Groige slit eC
It<, U sail hit the invtfntVir it very ;! in the of Si. and bouod-
otir.'. ri'.ge 2.; ( ; 1110 saute in an) ni iiini'r x\ haloevM city Augustine,
si.NiaeIwvingalrezdy made (to him) 'IE SUBSCRIBER l baling rrcei .* r 1 2 T 4 5 C 7 anal R cT range 24 other thin for ihe usi of me navy of I i rd exit the unitli by a lot belorping to ,
aver HVitfaciory fzpeiimcnt. i T Tu sr." 'pa1,24367n.8.trr e 25. Col P. H. Ftnutli tie East
lilt U. S. such on by
.
,.pd l. t'i-rs III l *I'mitlit"rliltll? i on ; evtry |I'f'"n or pt'stunaI.
The best Frartional towi i it this d.4clibe I it Citi
: a .. (,. suc-ei, ro eke sritith' by a loibtt*
conviction iln'ictf be rrge
tin Estate \Vntrrs $rniOi tire notice. Each a..1e! wi b? &lift open for 'woore". < Vending
essi paper : "II is nbnut ten foe'I) long is herchv tjivo-i. to ",il I ,persons having and the laods rtsenidbv Uw fur t'.L t:.r u'!! tot t- hits. roast ha\itii rompeifiil juii* Ios Rrtg u> >Jis. Cap and OD the westb

AenHnbetog covered with. silk in in. dnmnnrls MgAinst :said CII..+'" to nrrsenttneniptviihin schorls: or for .lien f.ui''posts v sl'! l>c tic u. diction, bull fur iVriy orb caerlf.o.I'I',' ) Nail SfttitbiX, or budge creek ; iakm :
4., .
to realer it very Ii=hl. The f.n. thi* tim!' lust ited by L 'w ded foi w.V. u fine not le.. than liiple die value of as ill! .peel ott) if F.1A1. Aiedoudo
woftwo; horse ii placed in thu G.lIIder u y hind lit the (':l> of Wah ot Aivdour.i and
power, tintifrn tiinlicr dest a.ulvhhgIt"ut"r
U.or cut
111.1) who in.dthlpd or ro ,
duly sluIIIi'enticMtrtl tire> this
i.i hm a-" it tiny ttJ'II/ > A H
1Nit..ed turns four vertical' shaft* In laM l Est 't' r requited to 1H'4.MItfcV I..t K UN.BS I 'o.C'd. 01 rrmovrk, shall) shall Lc im on, ut the un cfviig Atoba1 Hrtvr, ausvi
,
pt ec4sgnvr. limo b .. and .Irrn. jutuNffa to mako inimi''i j :. .* -. nt the Pnxitltnt: |Iri11n/, ) tint i-xiffdinp. uvi'lvininni(| |-nriirr o* hiss t- aneSAMLEL Dlmull.:

i f wr.tch 4t.> fuvd f utter spiral} silk' SARVM ti I.1r0N..dmr. t.LlI" ItitwistnConmhsiui Sc T. 2. And be it {urt her mat ted That BLAIR, )11..1,11.

,twiwl. which an undo tu HVoUo :' 21 J.. i C'q4 19-4\r .er of the Get*rand I.a.dt'iSce. if tin* niu ni, oiviui lonnigtifc ofny ... Si. J't<.a 5, 1833. 37tf.'FI'cr .

trW 4s..fficicat V4locity to c-tu'i- the. I chile) or vtssri sli.,li, Knouiiigty! it
.es...1.$ .. ri><-. Ovftr tin whole i i* fixed I:S ..f..rd"I" I shtill Julp 12- br.III.1 ashy tinile tui nn bind tvliiih ay the 24,h.d.y of August. '

s a9esbh\ ilk-tn ( "'t't. de.itiQd io FOUU\V: -1 i rutiun to .tho judge oft Alurslml 8alc.By shrill' .Is..".* Iri'D "'.c'I\'d or |fit' ,, ,..(- .

1ni+t1t+ C4utraclleg} hit, glatttalisg! : fuseettttem *o Cnuniy Ccmri of Nat+ou County (oran .llttrelll..id. "'iii nut l PI.cl nteIIltt. .
,
VIUTUK < fu u tit 01 fieriout r.ti..i.aUtO j U 11fEt\shersb siven an0111 l ,0r
limit tra+ding to 'i.sis! trpe i" order or >i r i. i, in sell the real Es iii the Court of the Kn ..,.d foi slit use "f 11f' II"'y uf.1e: t4 ire t ) Sur: >..
Superior .. ine lull
.L "It 'hl 0 Del taW
.. ,'+iiiisia.. TU wiiulti but, including Into (if fsr'. Hititrr drrd. Into I of Nussear teru Uistrr.t ol rioruU. lo the llnrsl..| din-r* Stases or lihll ijiki'oi. It.stld ii I.u 11 it |tip east Clf
v t 4 w :
'tlCl..., w-i2.is 60 1la ind', and busJOO. County II, rty: debts duo by sardEsimo ted,and me iltlivmd. I will' expose at puhlir auk ni u d ri'ilti t.niLt i cut on fry: y erp egecauas tbO *l ;
f\\'IT.t.: t t At "J"il! con> Beet ) in t'tt.:
"
hI'l! ( sale in fnmt l Hit Court House in the Town f
t<
.
land! i.f ihr Ui.itnl 5i.
other
in n' ier tavo the slaves belonging : "'i>, iriiliililiul J
(I'. ...liisi od that Mr. DCJUNT.IM to ot Jacksnntillr.& llnval County on Satunb anT,) It.1 id. *! .Ilk>i:. 01 twirl) tO'bra t ,
.
tt; ..k44Ial. and i th tryJOi1N the six day of Srptrn.brr ..est..rur osh all t to !rt<''''|>nM ,tlu' > IMo nil)' if Ml cad belnrrnthr Gulf ol Mexico and the ",
inllelid+ let 1naG1. \V WILLIAMS ndmr. Jut-I..a clJrreef or plbrc \viiliin il. Uniiul Suites, 01 to I
the ritghllille ant! interest ol I A. Atlantic Ocean as, spirally) de I nand :
it.lw.%. l hiss 1 projected a balloo.i.wiili"j July 17th :1834. 19-4w.H. of, in and to sccruln tract of lan.i, altos export tin* fnnto, to nn) foirripncei'iiiry, U Dim hal lettered A. B. C D. t: & F.
*' t....rsiosirith which h* eipcis, ;; te't on the west sidr i f St. Johns Itiver. 'anil In- s. i iper 'F.:1! on hoard of of which >
). the Ki
.. aWe to navigate tint lerial 1'IULLIPS Senior takes this about two miles North of the Dnclu,'* fofctr. in ft dingtam; dfp.aittdtill. per
.ft-pian the amt' litill' bo lake, tn?poricd. or
n I" and on the head branch of Mc'Rcrt'a Cn tk i cf the Archives .t S' Augustine for the :
Mjrortctioocvpn agiiuit diD wind.] oppouunity or contradicting a and bounded u follows, thata to say lit line seized. hnli, with l her tackle, bpparcl, infoimation of the conimuuiiy, together

'-WHIt" -- ittpuit i tmliistriously circulated that ,,he runs North 30 degree,. W. 69 50 ICO; and (niture, \be u lolly 'Ivi feilC'd to with the fraction mound said Cite and ,
eh.ir.1 ,
TRrf r-.Uudftr this lie.td intended to quit St.! Augustine1." Ho if* bein..t'a, pine stake-X-III and t' the United Statr ; and use captain. or the islnod cal l ADI lld.. The
'Si.Lewlt. (Mo.) Times of the infoimshis and the pine, 2d, 8. 40 ilt"yress. W. 20 50000 rUins. survey
. 2l t speciM'y 1 patrons master of such ship or vcssl whereinthe of the sill also be executed under *' .
.
too.csata ins Ibo that he to a l'iRe-.stla. (,9 ileuters,1S. 53 cl.ain$ 64 hIV. city
vetY just renuik-, Citizens gRnerally, putposriket1gang sam shall.have been exported to
of which
46 decrees, P. JS chains 7tlt W 44 special instructions copies
lured
be-I..w.on the subject ..f ihn his Acndemy open .long as he foreign country against the provision ; t
Ohio chains to the beginning coniainit'g six l Iluli. any t can to set-o by appplying to the city
wi Missouri, and Mississippi.M18f : receives a share of patronago and the tired and forty.acres. taken in execution (up of this art, shall foifoil or.dpoy to authorities: 01 Keeper of the Archives .

Western liven' arc spoken ol confidence of his employers. on he foreclosure ol a mortgage) as the pro. the Unileied Slates a sum ro? rxceeding oforcsaid which will enable all
.
stfl: tre of a cooimcrro ahead July 30 19-2wMarshal's petty of said Joanna A. Coffee at he suit ofLevinpcton. thousand dollar! persona .
ha.'.r410 *n alma \Bill sm __...._ _, Sati to._ efnUMnliP nn.VIl .____ oP :st0 oct advisedly on this interesting scbjrct .
sst.... boumllfiis extent within the boars tire',,ribed by law.: Scr. 3. And be, it further enacted, The same rpqoUenients ate ctncUed
C deep, bnilinp, tumbling mar- Sale. \ :I.tA'1 IIICKI' N. That all persons and forfeitures incur* of the claimants, with regard to the

Yeti aarUndas, tillcu' 'bed s.i y a New '0.Y' VIRTUE ot a writ of deli tacias a Issuedout July, 2" 18-7w Dept. Marshal red under tne ptovisiohsnflhis Pct shall) tut vey ol private claims,aa lierntefore in

ted are11e4 impht, never to bo unlit of the Superior Court for the Ess 1 A be surd (for, rf-covrrcd and, distributed similar cases to enable the Deputies (9
Tae! sa inn thing sueY Lo said of tern District of Florida, and to me directed and accounted for undir ido diieclinns
"'-ta and cIeHered.l.m to public sale In Notice. perform tbetr duties under the laws And .. 1v
expose
y Tenttettset! tnmo of Whose of the of the N shall
MtIcast front" the Court House in the city of St. Tersotts hiving demands sgslnst.fhe Sectetary >ivynnd their i instructions} and for the faithful
slipped from Virginia N..rth Augustine, on Saturday the 2d day of August ALL of Wm. Walker, lie of Nu<*u be p iid ever, one half to, use informer f performanee.of which they .re''bound .

.Geer 8 is aid Alabama, fi-iMU neat, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. If I County dec. will please tcrulir them In duly or informer, if any nr raptors, where under heavy penalties and oath ol office. '

b ++eing themselret" into site Ohio and 2 o'6bek I', II. of that day, all that pieceor I authenticated and those Indebted to saUl : seized, and tlio other Imlf' lo thin commis- 1 thoitfore again and again take orca .

lM1tIitkY.-Tlaere is no river in parcel of land supposed to contain sis hundred .; estate will please come forwstd and stake.Ira stoats of fro Navy Pension found for, ,slot solicit all ,l ,
to having -
W U situated in the of persons '
sated acres county Mosquito mediate .
States
..... of the secondary in said District, on the Hilliborougn River I paymenttVM.. A.lICSSELLQualified the use of the said fund ; and the Commi claims to be wrveytd whirl the limit .. p

tlsuw c bosom annually bears lo bounded oa the east by said river on the liiecuior. I winners of tlio said fund me horrhjroathoriied ketlgnated, that ibe> will affi.id every ; ....,

tl greater cmoHBt of iho product north by lands of Unisey Todd,and south by July 17.1834. 17 8wF.3TATR to tnutg i ate, in whole or in facility to these officers, at required .by" "

th P HijihttrlUber-tosay noihiag of .lands elCruperfe Depejrster, being the tor. pan, and on such terms and conditions a former notice' ton-table them to lay don .
y targe or them part of a tract of land containing ICO thai) dee and oidr In. '
quantifies the .
;
r without
Is .rail most acres mated to Ambrose Hull bv royal title OP JOHN 0. PfcLLIClER. PRO as thoy pi ape their claims I impeding the tor .

iec etelals..lrnn*..now be* oa the lid day of February 1812. Also all : WEF.KS ann date I will apply to the wriiinp, soy fine penalty, or furfelture1Incurred veys of the public domains.
krw Ita. al tide s*f eitensive export to that. certain portion of the '...tract of 1100 SIX .the Judge of the County Court of under this urt.Approved Surveyor's c ftlce Tarts*-,t. J""i. 1R34* .. '

tit other States...thiin the Cum- acres, mooed on the south by a line running it, Johns County for letters of Admlnlstta [ March 2,1831.] R.. BUTLER, .

II It e.I> ..f f late. that tine westerly from a whsrf ofstone oa the western lion on the Estate of John 8. FetKcier, late .- Sur. Gf n.nf Florida
&f T..aBMP8 liar become hank ef the HiHtborofigh fiver west by vacsrvtUmls. of said County, Heed. CLAIMS UNDER THE NINTH I
filM e1b tea- north by lands or Dunham and JAHES PELLf1P.B ARTICLE. I J 1 THE SUBSCRIBER,
tw sus'leas Illaraat clpebiti. tart" said river,containing about 160 acres: Jute Sd 1834. IS-6w.
of 1"r country, rtf its i mm ewe also the remsiftinfr portion} ot'siid tract bin THE Subscriber will receive Cla1". ,an EING duly rlecled, qualified ba.
Pity sL and wall, his B
.we l u. the 9th article give cosnaissioned f Sorteynr of
retOtir let: south of said wbs ff Also al thai piece of Sr.

"L!::. is. perhapf no part *.f the land eentaSniitjr five hundred acres, being the Notice. 4 ... pprsonal attention tribunal.to flawing their ailfuMment had some before expe-,I Johns County, informs the p,.. 'fc that
sotrtfltvn part oft tract of 1500 acres,confirm.ed Persons havin demand against the the nretaff ,ders
Wald that bout and betoi UJOI'OUJbJ.cquat",. with I he If ready to receive any r pot.tainiainS *
ALL
can i-f threerntiDected Hence, "
of AtsehusC
-I tit io said Hull at Ibe same time, situated at of Ezekiel Soffs .. .
: I'ra and circumstances of these claims tbD.fmrlm
10 lmmeJwtel the nature tn ,
them within
aforesaid in what known to
Motwito was as .unl'.are requested present
..ftt 01.ia. Kuttri aId M.uissiPpi..ihe TtirntHtU's Western Swamp taken as the the flat prescribed bY..law, and these !,,- whatever business nt'thi. deseriptfoa msy be I'' CHAS. E. HA KINS.jBlj.7,1884. '. 0

1.11. y present to tc: eye a otopertrofs kl Al'OIIlfuU.t the wit off ceblft'I art requested to mslr*l..mediate f.r. entra&Ud to bto will bo transscttd. w'rtb faith C.I. :..wet?ir. '
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Mh Mite BKeetriiof'* Estate of Jo- JOHN $8GJCII19 t. fulness. '
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L HECI1PES. LIST OF LETTERS office of IlAOAZINE.a Tfa largut and cJUfiptttNcutpoftrintht W
In the
flEMAINIiG post Mtcccsa ei ails juteuUa
A enezampkd
e c .. :-&'- !R!. Golden Ruts m Agiicukure.- ai: the eityofSt.AugustinofromtheUtoiApriltotholTthofJuWj THE :. whicb now eireabtea iato every United Ilt.,,,_ ,

... practical hutbandraan of the highestauthority suie and territory of tbe'Vain, .haa encotir pblicdeury Saturday by W, .

THOUGHTS BE A. assures us that tho golden rule if taken out in will b aged the Publishers to renewed exertions in ward ff SPlI" ,pie. t2lcr anI
QSO such manures os not Offica 1'1 dead teaking it all that judicious parents seaM rea payable m advance.
J W 'J"111 MIII, the brrexe of night ol .1kuhlurei'40. light land rat to tbo General Post sonably espect for the amusement and in ,isISpupuiarJuurnal ia
land lighter pitaled .
the i make heavy 011
sweeps
bark along ocean will ;
GOT and hot land lCMerf' atructioaol ( sheet of the largest uitotciiona.
The m 100 adore tit. calm and bright heavier, cold land hotter A Mellon Capt Chat 1' to ifflportaollo remark tb&t this_paine weekly U comparable Naouicr
billow oC- paper to a
the kecpLAs
Her night vati&oVr colder-must never bo lost sight Allen Wm H 4 Mower Cal Luciai has become a great favorite in schools' size It contain thirty two coJumas of mim II
rule
knows and follows this Marks Jacob and judlclcuaparcfits and teachers hare matter each column
ft .. .r Teasel o'er the travel, lie who B being cqoU to 11
8 ie terowa on high the foamy f praHer /. and ho only, is a farmer. BllkerJ amol Cowl 0 discovered that i"ID\crcatmlmatter its, its entire spir pages of a duodecimo botk*
bri lance leave David NCbal'peU ited and appropriate engravings The COURtElt though bat three tears I
prow a parking marta her rapid way. horses.Whito lead Clerk Supr Court Ogsbnrg ncvelty, added to the circumstance of iu coming existence baa an actual ctrculauoa of !!
"ghtteriflg Backs cf Of.
Sore floyd 4 fresh from the inconvenient
Is the every fortnight press twenty one tboustnd copies. This
oil tep ij.
witter than ..e can cleave the tides .moistened with milk or sweet Geo A Osborn Saml G Jr and beautiful numbers, nave aU leled patronage shows tae high estioauoa i*
dolpluna$dart along, best remedy for sore backs of horses ; D O'Brien JamesDuseobury conspired to render it unusually attractive to which it is every where held.:

The A troop moonbeam flabinji lam their aides and, if applied in the early stage of the Lieut P young readers It is read with avidity and rbeCOualERpoueues advantages Wet

In vader round cur bark they throng. woundis always efficacious.T J B Pendleton James pleasure: i the object of school education, ao all other weekly oewtpspers Iu taa*,-
Uraa it relates to reading understandingly size admits of the greatest pt-atible vahnr

The hour,fie scene, Invite the I\e ut' one pound Dunbar Robert H Pleas John acquiring at the same time valuable portions arid its contents lurniih an exteiuite. ujehi!
Ieaees.Tako
and sweet cut! r Tf ol', knowledge and an enduring taste lor readIng novel entertaining and itutructivc'
Tu recollection aid ; K Lb miice&!
Sad when we think from whom we part, I and a bllii'fg;: ;nd; ginger. Give two Fish Sophia M Robinson Sylvester I ia better accon-plished by this interesting nr, comprising the different breaches of bw. I'

0 Sweet, when we bope again to meet.Th table spoonfuls a day-one in the mor ,G Ryerson John H periodical,than by any means hitherto at. ular fiterature such! aa Tales, Poetry & ;
t and the other In the evening- tempted. Criticisms, licj Notices of the rineAnTiftt!
fill, ning, Guthrio Alfred M. S There are now schools ia part of the Anecdotes
; night winds that our canvas wheat bran. II seldom fails every morj Sporting ; Sketches of Lt'efc
From that dear land",'te leaTlng.come. mixed with H Shoemaker Ed. country that take some twenty, some thirty, Manner, Police Reportii Pricea ecrrtat
And lane/ kindly trlla us still v .cf curing the disease. Heriot Major B D ward some forty, and some as many u ,aixty s copies the Grain Market loreign & DomejUc ll.
from out iptae. ot this Magazine t and the 1 eachers one and abstract
They btar us tiding timber Mr Sparhawk Win telligencej an and rumaury or f fail
A prisoner being brought tip, the (olrolo'fing Steed N..jo Na.fllll and .U),recommend its use and importance; in matters which ma, possess i&tcmt tw itjeneral
Some gentle' word I"ram those we love passed between him Hall Chauncy the most unequivocal manner, and are extrl- reader.
From tho&e whom we have left behind, \ dialogue EJizur thaniel Ing themsehea to increase its circulation.To Tbe original articles of tbe COUIUfcU
I Some wbUperM prayer from those who rove, and the magistia: Harris Capt Saures Genaro such as are )et unacquaiuted with Par contributed by the ablest writers ia the are
Rem 1
'I he oceui )Oft of waves aud wind. "110. cloyou liyo 1" Hicks A C W ley's Magazine,we would state aome of the try and in the selection ol Iitteary nautr

"Pretty well, sir : generally a little Holt Garth Washington Henry interesting topics that it presents. the publiahera have ex'enaive laciBcies. 1,*
1 gaze upon the moon'a bright face beefand pudding at dinner !" 1. Natural Ilistoty Of baits, birds tubes, exchange list includes the most vatotiJ' :* A. I
.: Aud witU'a.l ow a'" that aare't.aitV "I sir how do you gel your I 4 reptile insecta t plants, flowers, trees the metican journals i and among other pcrio&eala
ho knew on her the :bougni to trace, min, Ivcs Washington Williams Col human frame &.c. Which they receive faro abroad
He would to distant friends impart. bread 1" M Williams John S 2 2. 0ography Especially of the Young. secIstty cDumcra'uJ hIulw ?. newS "OOth"nay be

"I beg yourYonbip. pardon ; L Welch Mrs An 3 Geography Accounts of places! manners Ie Uctropoiian, Fr.zra' \lacuinr,L.
Tor now perhap are turned to her sometimes at the baker's, and some- R drew customs &c. Literary gazette, Uae'wuoc1'., JrL1con0i1
The e>es ot one who thinks of me, times at tho chandler's shop." Loring 4. UaTcliancl Voyages in various parts of LA Utile ssembke, World of F *bi j., tad
She then ahonld be a messenger, i bo witty as you please, Loring CharlelV Dr Andrew the wnrld. the United Service Jour.... Throurh their
as
"You
Dear one, to say 1 think ol thee. may ask bow Lisk James C D 5 Lively descriptions of the Curiosities of Agent llr. WILMKRthey are aLe tuit
sir ; but I mean simply to you, Leo Eliza Williston E B Au/urt and .4r -;;n each of the U. S. and in with ihe choices' KncliaU. papers, iackdu,*'

When kinder fatea shall call me back do you dot""Tolerably M WitticarMr other Countries. the John Bull, Dell's Lie in London &e.
I To home, and all ha Inmates dear, well, I thank you sir ; 6 Lessons on oHjecta that daily surround In pref ariup the con'entaofibe COttilEn
.' S wilVaa the flying dolphin'track. I 'hope your worship .is well oUo._ McWhir Rev Win Children in the I'art-.r. Nuisery Garden, &c. strict regent is paia to &... AUintelligence forein
Hy winds our hip o'er ocean bear. > London 4 Accounts of trades and emplo) mrnta. up to the blest dates, t$in,.....
paper. July 7th 1831. 7. Part>ubrduties of the J Unto Pa. bt. givtnj end wj.ci>eveiapreskofimrbr.afttmtt :
1-vh'Sjiertothe; wind Sdeu, BERNARDO SEGUI, P. N..Uarslial rentl.Tcaebefl. UroUiers, Sisters, &c. I cr may rtq'ireita'tcxtra will te r-ub.
; And .bcn the aouikerngmte shall rise, Dog Cheap,. Itissiated i ala.lt (1anifJ:; c 8. Htbfc Lessons and stories. hkliid.: 'I he sun mall M dcmei'ie' train is

I Then raiy it bear it w'frdoyoU. arise. the year 1833, there were no fewer 9 Narratives Such aa are well. authenticateii mere complete, rcrrt1lar-d fuhand ta Udiea
My fru nda tor whom these thoughts then 30,000 Crosses of the Legion of Sale.fly ; Original Tales. a greater: extent and vanety qf miornutwa
Go 10. Parables, Fable and Proverbs, where than can br found in oilier
French i b\ue toy a
Honor conferred bytho ,'irlnc ot a -nt ol. Fieri FaCial moral paper a.
the is obvious and excellent.!
Singular Spirit of Revenge in a tpl- I vcrnmcnt, and thnt up to Ibo 1st of May, Ip outul the Superior and Court to for d'.rccud:the Eastern anddelivered 11 Poflry Adapted to the y.uthluIcii&) audition,ies t a synopsis to a condensed!pasting state units cit ia of Hearts ioofi
me
..der.Ju Satuiday l t ta compositoi in in tho present year, tho number grantedhad Dittrictrf 1 Florida will to public sale in front city and feelings. Jr the country b regularly prepared ar.d pub.
noise made exceeded 18,000. This approach expose 12. Intelligence! Embracing accounts cl .shed.
..ffuu heard tha peculiar
ou- ; } cf the curt House In. the it; of St Angus ,
by n fly, when attacked by a spider, pro es, in the distribution of honors, very tine on 1 hutaday the 8>h day of Hay neltbetween i Juvenile llocki. Societies, and ttcmarkabte! the EUlTOniAL! DLPAinilENT 'em. I
universal suf- o'clock A. II. and occurrences.Many braces review cl new publcatl.rut hctkei
,eroding don a web un the opposito nearly to the principle the lioura uf 10 ol the above surjee's are illustrated
the fine arts, &c run ru"II"
Ho proceeded to the 2 I'. M. uf that day the following property to and betiTui \ Kertriltopie
aide of Hie IOODI. 'Irege. to the estate by numerous Engtaing, prep. .lctcripttena yl publ c improvements, a.rot.
spot, liberated the fij and returned to 1 wits a'ract o'Hull hind belonging five liurulrtd red: by the best artists, and ar lected nut on!) lrnl'. &c.. diciu'nscr suitable! mljetUi
of Ambrose containing .
his fciie; Somo Urn after, lie fell aIt'v..ae Notice. acres more or less, bounded on the East b, with a view to cdo," the "crk. but to improve dramatic cr tici.m., be. This dtr>anflKat
and the taste, cultivate the mind and viiiehe lisa been. ami: will continue t.. be conducted!
bito his neck North the plantation ol
upon upon St. Johns river by
UNIJt.1t lG\1.1J: : COMMISSION.L atTectiotisol the to and .
mHE joung appropriate in nl the niast fcate!
a spirit
II- the South lands supposed to independence.
i i.H i.
looking fur the cause, perceived that bocks arno openJaciontiU. Joshua HicVman, by U make thtm bet '
.... .'rs give notice andVcit by vacnn* wor hy Objects. e aj.oo'd) Whatever er. nt* fairly within obev I..,
> C4S. pidcr, (om which ho had tale t I.;* to receive kcrfotiona tor :.belong to Z. Kingtlry oT Ambrute Hull ter children better bn>ti:).t better sisters Ital! be frankly I dealt with, and no stationer.nflue.

n 11I", milking its way oft with .all MOCk .1 U t e Hcrid- Peninsula and Jorfrenvfre land-taken II the projiertjr V K tv .rc1,.. Better pups!", bitter a&ociaU an at the suit of Henry
in
iCitof
Hail Rand Ctmpany under iii end helter citizens.'I .
ossible! hktte, and notwithstanding the S\MUKMU.MU.: nI unbiitsed! opinionIn
.
("( On"oll grat. tu by tlielxg'uUitc Coun. ,, his llagazinc eunice out every ctlter Saturday fine th- S UUDAY COURIER: .
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catch it
cOoru made to it March 26 1834
and tl.the Dock will ; and! i is of U. b
I cil at the last seistou, until il'tr sent to any pan the S. ) t.) be tbe brgeit. cheapest! meat d.J;
of tlitrad: which it hud attached b he above s,.e is postponed .
weans a continue open iiunng; the time (ireicribed > 031 mai' -Privc, (Inc Dulltr a )''ltr. hi advance. fied entertaining and inatruciTe
to hit dress previous to making Its attack law. bAIAU I.IIItT. 7 C om'n. :21 at day of July next. 6 c.'pi. S for &5i copies for g 15; or 2J qu r- :ssued from the American press.I wctklrnewtpaper .-

escaped. Tim place bitten,swell I \V.I.J. MILLS. 5 erly! parts (fir g5. 1'ostage three qULr": n cia I puMUIicrs churn! fur Its Cant'nts a character .
cd totho rtxtenl of half an inch in diameter July, 19U, 1B34. itt 3vr.i .. Marshal Sulc.By c- nt if under IOU mile, ore tint and a vigorous originality,judicious seleeion.
Vim L'E rf a Alias \Vr t of V.eri; FI. qu..rttr. only) tnr tie greatest dist.tco. ( .cxteuVve variety anti interesting detat%
had on I
disappeared
bat entirety :.Notice. H .. CoiMi LIU. ', tAt f. & CO. n.''on.
II is almost impossible to I i ciasissnr**! cut elt Iii Sujutbr ) a d thc) invitctcmpartson .ithcoute j>6rir)
Monday.
Florid-i, and to me
weeks aiter tU.t- hereof.the aubseri- >l the baitern D'utrict of nublicaUonf.
coucrivi of a spidei* watching a person, F.UUlt intends to apply) to the Judge or the directed and dcli: tf"d. 1 VI il! expose to public iuwAni.cF II REallU liS.
descending' turn its rlvation.eiouinp the Court for the County of Mosquito tcrun sale in front nl it.e Cuur house in the ci $1OO Persons proeurinp fire subscribers to this
*fluo, und urtuftlly attacking him -with "" order.n11 to sell the real estate of Ambrose ty ol St. Au'ju line, on Satunlat the' 21 dav ; "% AU .Yltorn. lie ftubaer.ber the piper a- d furwarduiK the amount of a year's

intent to kill, but nevcithclcm, it isabsolutely Hull, dee, that is to say, all that piece or par. of Aug next between the hours ot 10 o'clock Utu April hut, his two negro men, aub*nipt ion. Ten ijolbn will be entitled to
and havo doubt ccl of land supposed to contain .is hunred A. M and 2 o'clock I'. M. of that day the' IMISKK and COLEIIAIN. a sixth ct.py gratis.
trot we no I
acres situated in said county ol Mosquito, on I following described property,iz s A C'crt..in'Ilract 1'IUNCK ia spout 23 years cf are. datk Persona nrart1ing ten sabscribers.! and
c the little. fellow, retreated exulting in the Hiltaborough Ilivir. bounded on the East j I or parcel ot land)situated at a place call complexion! about six fut high, with round remitting twenty dollars,wilt be entitled to

the success of the 'esprrimtnl.Vo b, said'Itiver, on tbe North by Unds or Lind- j'led Dueoa Vista old Vort on the Hirer St visage. : a" '2T$ copy and a discount if 10 per cent.Persona .
will only add thut it tuu.i have I had a I'uth). and South by hu.ua of Cruger & 'I *,part of which is now occupied b- Pal. CUI.KRA1K is about 30 or 35 years of ape. forwarding Clteen aubtcribf,and
mo horrid tents t.* /Gloucester Tele sey Drpeytier, being the northrrn part ot a tract I I mer & Ferrb,and is bounded aa toll 'Ii.: wiz s six feet high, ot light complexion and ,tout thirty dollars, .ill be entitled to aa extra
,, of-land containing 1100 acres, granted to said beginning on therUer St.Johns on Krqiseyaline : bodied. They were formerly'he prrperty of copy of the paper and a ctpyrf Lord D>.
graph. Ambrose Hull by royal title from Governor I I. running up aId liver to the line of Ha- Wilham I:'. Kelly: ,and are well known upon ron'a a Works, Sir Yt'aftrr SeutiNVork.. or
K.lraci on the 2 M day February 1812,and man Sanchez and following the lines t.f 'auli the SL Johns River. any other woik ol! a aimi'ar cLaracter! and
S Experiment by Dr. Hunter. The aune)ed by Charge I.F. Clarke on the 25th I i I Kingsley and Sanchez back* Eastward from The above rev'anl will be paid for their value,which may be fre'erred.Uncurrent .
.cclebr.'U'd D(. Hunter gave one of liis day or Msy 1817. The first line of said 1K0( ;
children lull: glass sherry every day acre tract begins at a wharf of atone on tbe I may be the quattiiiy. Taken. the proper them. A further ant of one.hundred at par. .
r western bank tit the IlilKborough Hiver. and of Francis J. A tics at the suit of CouvautineDougherty. dollara will be paid for proof to the eonvtc. Address postage ra'dto.
week. The child
.f.'r dinnei for
a SAUUKL ULMU. lion of their harboured
being wlite
run North 30" W 240 chains to a marked by Iny WOOlWAUD & SPRAGC,
was thru about four years old, and had cedar! tree, thence the second line runs South: June 18, 1B34 I3-4w si nhal. I pcnonfILLI All' HOPKINS. No. 2 Athenian Ilaiidirg, ..an Ln Pl.tt.l'bita'e'pJi(
never been accustomed to<< winr. Tot 70.W. 40 chains to a r akr bounded b) lands ---- Jeflerson Geo. Ma> Gib 1834. 8-tf t?

nn :her child nraily uf the same oge,, ol Undtey Tudd. Tbe lliird line runs from MARSHAL'S SALE. U- A N fl. E ''rsinvrting the abre s-;'tr
South 30 East chains to VllirUBof writ of vtrnditionl Ex Es ATI: OF pAiii.6 SAtIATE, DEC. tl5innt and ror..r.1inJ. of their
imd und similar ciicomstances! heg.IV' t the first stake. .. .. 280 e py respeetive
H larpo! 01 ange for the same space another stake i the bust- line runs -from tuts .By. nonaa.. isatied.out. of the Superior. _. ._Cuur__ I milE "U09r.ntO..us having obtained let paper to this nffice (mrkeil) will
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second stake to another, ,North TU East 40 fur tile Kuiern uutnci 01 rionaa unuv 4.i ten of Anvnistration unnn thi EUAte- of be furnutieU ,with the Salurday Conner i<9
ol time. At abe end c>f the week ho > chains,and the filth! line runs from this third directed and delivered, I will expose to pub. I'ablo Sabate IIet4thCCOt'IUty of SI Johns, one )'ear. 3ES1'1'E .
found a \ .y material difference in the I stake to the said wharf 40 chains. lie sale in front of the Court-louse in the City deed., all persons having claims against it arc -

pu!.c, beat of body, and stale of tho i ALSO/ j of St. Augustine un Saturday the 26th dty cf i hereby notifiad.to present them for payment
bowals of the two children. In the I All that certain portion of.the anne tract, April l next between the hours ol 11 o'clock within the time prescribed ty law or they UF LU5K010 GUUhZ DEC.SIX .
fit the the heat oft ICO acres bvunt'e,,!on the south by a line A. U. and 3 o'clock 1*. M. of that day. the *ill not be brevet barred. All persons indebted HEEKi alter u.te I w>ll a 'pO tot&e
pulse was quickened, j I I running vestcrly from said wharf west by vacant following property,to wit t A House ami lot to said E tat by bond note, or otherwise (on. i be Judge ol the Count) Coun oa
increased and thu bowels deranged Janl,I north by land of Dnnhtm and east ground in Uarrack ward City of St. Augustine are rcpuired t". n.ake parment there Job I* County fur letters adadtauabu\lol
whilst the rrcnnd had-every appearance, by anid Itiver,and containing about 100 acres*' fronting on Charlotte street,bounded on of. ANTONIO ALVAREZ. > on tbe Eaiaie of Eusebio M. Gomex,late
that indicated high health. He ihca re. also the remaining portion elr lAid: tract lying the North by a lot of Charitable society on IAUONSAIJATE. C Admf'. said Co nt t Deed. JAJ1E3 M.GoULD, I!

versed the experiment, in: the lust mention'd south or aa\4. ;h.rf.I the South by a lot Llambias, on the east by July 3.1.1831. 15n8v.KKG1 July SJ 1834.. 15-6-
ciiild he the and din i I ALSO, Charlotte atrect, taken aa the property ot -
gave orange, All that piece of land contemin? SOt acres Maria Census, at the auit of Robert Ilickl/r : LAB PACKED Notice.
oilier the wiue. The effects followed being the southern part of'a tract of 1500 a and Anna Ills wife, Admr'z.IAMUIL persona interested in the estitt 01
as before ; a striking demonstrative cues ptiifirm d tll said huH at the name time, OLAIR Uarahal. BET WEEN ST. AUGUSTINLAKDC'llAHLESTON. ALL ph II. Sanchez will lake raotkt.tbt
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proof of the pernicious effects of vinous situated at Mosquito aforesaid in what was The above sale if post pom d until thr Bib July "ix months after this date, 1 hall apply to*

,7 .Itquois oa the functions of life, in a state known aa Turnuuh'a Wesuern Svf amp, and The above talo is postponed. until tho Judge of the county court for the cwaty! cf

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'.' 't.' 1laylbl7. DEN: A.PU" .\'", July 17, 18S4. !_ MILLS, .LYMANbovrawicc. Executor- of said Estate LEE WILLUU3.

Social; Intercourse.-We should June. 18th 1834 13-4v Adm"" MARSIIAL'SSALE. the above ports. will continue throghout running tbe year.between June 18, 18J4'JOHN 13-6m

\ nuke it a piiitciple to extend thohandcf YVittTUttoi fturilof Fieri Facias sissued \ Her Cabin tacommodions and handsomely

_:: frllowshm IP every man who l dis MEDICAL COLLEGE jBu-J out of theSuperior Court of tile furnished and fitted express! for the accom For Sale.
.. his duties and Eastern District uf Florida and to me directed modatlon of Passengers. The table will be
; charges faithfully mam or TUB STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA delivered, I will expose to pub!c Sale in supplied with the beat the Markets afford.. A PAUlE young nrgro wench about IS
tutu.. good udea--"Wl1n manifests) a deep LECTURES in this instiui front cit tbe Court House in the City of St Capt. S. takes this opportunity l to return his I 4 years of age, who is a good house ser ,

:$.:,' Interest to the welfare ot general society ] THE will begin on the second Sat. Augustine on Saturday the 2d day ol August frateful thanks: for past favors,and to solicit a va ttook and washer,warranted eQunJ,wits I
,-lmsA department 11/ upright and i next between the hours ono o'clock A. U. continuance of the patronage! of his friends her male cl.ild. Apply at this office.
.. a "hHO miad is intelligent without urduy in November next, and close on and 21'. II. of that day, all thai piece or parcel and 'he Public. June 11: 183$. 12-3w
wither, .topI'ing'1(1 the first Monday in March following.Anatomy. of lasarlauppo.ed! to contain 600 acres altos St .fugustiae./ July 3d. 1834. J5f.8r1J'crior -
ascertain be
,, swings A 3. EDWARDS HOLBBOOK, ted in tbe County of Mosquito in said Uirtrict
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hammer or draws a tin cad. There is bounded the Notice.
!L D. on the ililliborougb Rlveri on Courtt-East Florida
F nothing so distant from all 'natural rule JOIIN WAGNER M. D. east by said river on the north by lands of IN CHANCERY. ALL Persona having demands' agsto die
: ,. and natural claim ts the reluctant, the Surgery.- fJndsey 1'odd and south by lands of Cruder Maria R. Rodriqacz of Eickttl Suggs of AUchaJ.
Backward synipahy-tlue'orced! smite* : Inttitutct and Practice of Medicine, b De )'ttcr. bcingtlie Northern part of a } County,are requested thera .i
S. HCNQT DlCKBON, M. D. I tract t>f Land containing 1100 acres granted vs. 1 In the time prescribed by law. and those 10-
-. site checked conversation-tHo heslm Chcmittry.-EDMUND RAVCNCL.M.D to .Ambrose Hull by royal title on the 22d of William Hunford & Mary f debted are retraetled tomakei !metnatepsyKent
ting OIl1.Uaat.e-lhe well 00'III e too Sfateria Mcdica.HENCT R. FROST February 1812. Also all that certain portion I, Ilanford, his wife. \ to JOIIN SUGGS
apt. to euttifcst to llioro Hale down ; M.D.4)bSWIICS.TSIOMAS. of the fame tract of 1100 acrea bounded on the i I MOTION of the comp&nant'a Solid June 19, 1834, 13-8 .*inr.

with whom, in comparison of i intellect south by a, line running westerly Iron 'a ON cttor, and it liatlng been made to appear .
4iod principles, of virtue, they frequent t G. PBIOLCAU, wharf or stone un tbe Western bank of the to tbe Court by aftthtit, that William -

ly aifik into insignificance..-'Daniel i M. D. Ili1lib rough riverwcst by vacant lands, north Hanfoid one of tbe defendant.! In the above THEORIDA
11' & PAydol ,-JAMES MOULTBIE:, Jr. by lands ot Dunham and cast by said river cacse, resides out of the Jurisdiction of this DEIULD !
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( "r. I M. Di containing about 100 acres also the remaining Court. and in the United States. It is there
of ,Id tract IyingKmth of said wharf.
JAMES ltJOULTRIE.Jr.I portion e fore Ordered that tile laid William Hartford IS PUBLISBDEVERY I
Alan all that piece of land containing acres ,
do appear and answer the said complainants
Novel U&dcrla&ing Among tlyiAdveaiufous I Dean of Ibo Faculty. being the aouthern part of a tract or J5UO a. bill THURSDAY.;
I of complaint on,or before th* ninth day
r reunions planned by En said Hull at the time
same
to
July 217 cre.confirmed of September nest otherwise! the Kid Dill
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gli'timea' for the present summer, toys situated at Uosquito aforesaid in what wu will be taken pn clJdlUl agataat him s and
a L-.n-ioa of paper May 22d, if ono to known asTurobulfa Western Swamp taken It is further ttred that this order be pub SUZA aOTOB) j
v-au a mettatain between the G6th and Administrator s Sale. as the property ol stfci Ambrose Hall at the liabed once a week till tbe said ninth day of A'r .

J 6)ih degree of north latitude, not far WILL be sold at public sale at Nev'nans cult ol John F Brown.SAMUEL BLAin?, Uanhal.Juns September Dated St next AtllUlUoo In the Florida this 9th Herald.of FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNLTh!

distant from Tor nee, at 'the extremityofihoGtdf Oft the hut Saturday In Julybeiwrrn 25th 1834 15-7*. HOST RAYMOND REID day Usy

of Bothnia from which tbeooursof 8 o'clock in the forenoon -I.- Jwfct t S pV. ClnrrDltt.E. .. (j *ADYaTIsitNTa I.Jetted at 0".
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..iet birift; the Utter of Ibo and o'clocktn the afUrnoon. all the persoa. after I shaH '
p ( put next 1''IX veeka date apply to Florida. DOLLAR for the first !
be al property i4 Martha Sbef&eld late or A. tbe lion the Judge el the D. A. PUTNAI4c.sipza's per square
mnnth ihe sun may seen at ratdolght.' County and CUTS for eseasubteqaeiJl
ertioD Fun
Uchua county, deeeued at which time and ,
Court of Eural county for letters of administration SoL'citsr. .
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There teems to be a little bit of a bull *
the terms of sale will be made
place known advertise
; on the Estate of Mrs. ClementineGautler. A True C opy.-Test, K.B.GIBBS, one. Longer
: inrallifif any time midnight, when and BENET .... DELL .dec. WM.B. hGSS. Cfcrt, meats in proportion, end ne 054 w3*
where the tat hltQ. I June 18,1834 13$? Ada-.
11-4r. 15th
Mij:3Aa: AIry 1..f; 4 be coaldcretl! lessihan qu&


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