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 Material Information
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: August 14, 1834
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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notis - AKP5523
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System ID: UF00079917:00026
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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AUTHORITY. For compensation tbe I _1 =p I" 111 ,,
to clerks and For *
BY
comr.cnsatioa
.. : to six additionalclerks foregiiteen
iii ilMt*MHIi MK M I IPMI M M> MLLirf0rTHEtrNiTrO hundred and ibin
messenger io the office of the ,flues Fur
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Second additional hireia
one to aid in I clerk
Coot year registering a JJ the sum of coo hundred order to .
oiler
ten thousand four hundred sales of lands nod and four bring the
up linear and
the
adjusting accounts d ihlats and seventeen for traascri.
and for ..
cents
filty dolUrs. the lent
I For of receivers of public moneys for dis- ol rooms occupied: by the Bounty Land Ding the field notes of said office for the

compensation to ho First Audi facts recently created and for openog Buieau, thrco thousand purpose of having them preserved at tbe
of two
tor the hundred
lars. Treasury.threo tbousai.d- dol tracts, book., and making indexes, and and .lour dolUrs and sot'datedit teat,. ''I eat of Government two thouiaad five .
hundred
bringing up t other arrears, sit i thousand tor Uttiug the : dollars ,
up basement
For ; of .
compensation to the clerks and dollars. ihu executive room For compensation lo the ia :t.

.. messenger in the office of the first Auditor For Ir.anal"tlolIllIod for building occupied by the Florida, two thousand dollars.surveyor
expense of War Department{ : six bundled. 1:;
f. thirteen thousand nine dollar. !t Fur -
TATE8, PASSED dollar hundred dollars.passports and sea loiters, three 'tuuared Fiji touipen; ,ation of the clerks Mud office of compensation said surve to the clerks ra the _: -

nT IISSlr" opTU rWENnflf.aD For iucs euSuu iu the office of the S.crelaI I
Af TB compensation the dollars.
to second Au For aid
CONGRESS.PCBtlC ditor of staling printing tho public sj of tu I>nvy, twelve thousaiid ..
ibo eight F
dollars. Treasury three thousand accounts lor the year one thousand eight iiuudicuuua' tiliy dollars. .r additional clerk hire, in order to

[ No. :28! ] For hundred and thirty four, one thousand. lot couiiugttui of said being! up the arrears and for transeri

lie ACTtwW 'P."OprilhOltt. fo- the c vilvj ; compensation lotKe clerks and five hundred dollars. lice, two thoiiMiuu expenses of. I btng the field ntfs of said office, for
of Government messenger In the office of the second Far seta. hundred dul- the pur of
.. juj Sartre expenses compensation of superintendent la.. pose having them picseived
,.,dIe"tar one thousand eight hundred Auditor seventeen thousand time bun* and: occupied For tho at she seat of Government, one thou
thirty r- r.J4ilcllMhd. died dotlats. b --ho compensation of tile COm"lil- sand five hundred
14 > Tiensury Department, two thou* luut-rs ol the dolla,..
oy the Senate and Movie For compensation to the third Audi- sana ono hundred dollars. liv, iiuudrcd Navy Board" ten thousand| For enabling the respectite surveyors i

.f 8ifnuMifth. United State fur of the Tiujiury.th.ee thousand dolhis. Fur incidental mid contingent expenses ao.' QO.I-h. general to furnish the several land offiM -

if Aturie w Congrtu atttmlltd, ot'laid bui'diug! fuel i..l.... "s. spa ilit 4-oiuniia.ioueii ct'tupeuiaiiun of the Secretary ot sea cOl llu if1"'I1r""'+'' 'r r.-. --

,l Le r-M.."l*.s :'"... bit, and he For ttimiiensaiion" to the cle.k* and repairs, five iltouasod dollais. .. .... the VavY Do..a. tem, "UIl the weiary ef the.
a"
Tfc hereby .r>n'op.u,.... & ft\_.&,...._ !_ .! R ..... .t'rkl ...a kin .uldud... c1uUar., he dIlICUO wbcie those peeve
are ofsoy unappropriated money dour, twenty thiee thousand >even bundled messengers. in the lice of the :oecretary .ug'ttlnl&Ie"Jh'Q.! ..ID...bthe' (U"'n I. Xi>?jfVuVuUhrd h..,. been defaced or
net
r; .. Taws wiz: and fifty dolUis. of War,, twelve thousand six hundred othct vi silo Cuniniissiuuei ol the Mavyboaru become materially injured by use, five

,,;ce.pfalitioD to the President Foi compensiUiou to the fourths Au- and fifty dollars. rights tuuuaaud lour hundred and thou+aud dollars. .

,Vite Present, the Secretary of ditoi of the 1'acil.uIY. three thousand Fur contingent expenses of the office tiny oolitfia. for compensation to the Secretary

sod the Secretary of the Treasury, dollui of the Secretary of War, three thousand fc'oi the contingent: expenses of tht appoiti.cd; by the President sign all

SIatf'r of VV.t, the Secretary of Fur compensation to the clerks and dollais. office oi liio Cuninnuiouera ol the fta |..aenls solo or grunted under the authority

tItt tbtKrrytbousrad$Cleur1,aad the Post Master General, mpftseiiger in thin office of the Fourth Fat bonks, maps and plans for tho I v> Board, oLu thou.nuU eight hundred ot the United States, per act of

dulilfl. Auditor, sevrnieen thousand seven bun- War Department, one thousand dnl dult..rs.k'ur second Match, eighteen hundred and

liltJ For clerks sad messengers in the 01ilto" died and fifty dollars. Ian. auluty of the superinteudent olthb thirty tin 19, including arrears of salary

the Secretary of Slate, twenty For compensation, to the Fifth: Audi For cnmfM
.ad. three liuodred dollars tot of the Treasury throe thousand dollar ni!'sfengur in thc 4 like ,lllho Paymasteriuiiertif the watchmen, eight' buudivd and filty three, i he sum of iwo thousand seven
-. 1 ( four ., .
tiiuu and six hundred bundled dollars.
For cltd., machinist, and meuenirr do-I..II. auu fifty '
Ili Pt9' Office five thousand four For compensation to the clerks and bollais. 'For contingent of said buil-I Fur compensation to tho Commissioner .
e expenses
it
in the office of the Filth Au. For contingrnt of said office
messenger expcscs of the Public Buildings in Wash
t4ttd cSenar. bmg, including fuel) Ubor oil se pairs
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flilur twelve thousand hundred threw hundred dollars.
for teeiJettal and contingent expentdoftbf eight ot building, engine and improvement of ingtoo City two thousand dollais.

Department of state including dollars. I For compensation io the clerks and she grounds, three tnuuMud three hundred For puichMte ol books for the library

to of publishing and disuibu-- For compensation lo lho Treasurer messenger in the office ol tine Comnm and filly d.>lUr. ot Congress, five thousand doll lI.
ef&te
iIC the laws, and Tor carrying Into ef- of t'te United States, three thousand nary General of Puiclmses: three thou i I For compvusatiou 10 the two assistant For salary of the principal and assistant

feet!the resolutions of the Senate of tine dollar find two hundred und fifty dollars. PuiluittSiers General, five thousand dol- librarians, and for_ contingent ex

sixth of I'cbruareighleea hundred Fur compensation to tho cle-ks and For c nti">gin expenses of said office t penscs of the I.brary and pay of messenger -

tfttty earl in the offiro of ,Treasurer eigh. lau.ld..J Juliia". 1mFor bundled
aDd tbiny three, and thirty first messenger the. compensation tho clerks andIIIOSlt'U&ell three thousand seven

ef Mil,eh, eighteen hundred and thirty of th* FJitilfcl Sites, six,,thousand For Ctunp-uS'itiun to else clerks in iho in the office of the Posinxs- aid fip.y dollar .

with the statistical seven ItJtidrrd, ad filty d<.llars.' olfico of tliu Adjutant General, mo Fur cumpfu,u.ion to the officers and -
letr t copJt&cliou ter Gcu\litl.) torty one thousand onn
fowl** set on foot by the late Secrelarj Fur compeu,utiuu lo the Rgi'tcr of thousand nine bundled and! fifty dul bundled dull..... clerk ol the mini, ten thousand six hundred '

and the Treasury, three''thousand dol I lar*. dollnit. \;,
.State, Edwaid Livingston, to Fur of said office .
cciuuiigent expenses
lars. Far contingent of said office Fur asistanta in the
the contingent fund the IU.IIMil expenses compensation to
rtiaWru raven thoujand fivehundicd dull.....
For the cleikt and) one thousand dollatv. several of the mint and
tbereft UBI, in prosecution ofs&me. compensation to For ; uf the departments : ,
dartOM thousand five hundred dol' mruongcfI in thffice of ahA Ke r'ts'r For c>iniieu; ,tiioit to the clerks in tliu Mipt'iiuitudrncy buildings wages of iaboicr employed in the various -

Itrs. of the Tirasury, 1\\'CI11) four thoui..nd i office ol4 t tliH QtiariOiiH Genual, s making up blanks, und compensation to O|>eitf watchmen ollthboler
und sixteen
For CBBtiefMt and incideu'al cxpon ,, ,\\'o hundred dolbn. iwo thuuiai.d! onn hundred and filly dol-) :- bundled two and fussy dollais.Foi including. one thuusaod dolLr for the

ttfoftbcP teet Office, two thousandeftUedifda&d For compensation to tho rnmmissiou- Ilh. tular; ) ol tn UdlalltUI assayer and ono
I additional clerk .lure for the '
seventy fivo dull..,.. er ol i lisp Geneial) Laud Omit, three For contiiicent expenses ol add CJffic, in tidied ) Drl'Ighleeu thousand five hundred dollars for hit
: and thirty three thii
Fur the superintendent and watch ihoiisund dtlllt. ,Inlndted dollars. s services Iliad expenses during a visit _to
of the iwrthmt executive build ""For romI'CII"illi..n to tJi' clerks "ltd For rouipriKritioii to the cloiks in thoflic ty one linn bund It'ycnhundl d und Euiopbou btlmlf of the mint, in orderto

isf nu fifUt Iwftdrcd" and fifty dollars. ntri&epgris iu tht ..ilu'... ue the con nnsi I *? of the Coimuisftaiy General I ufi tinny one Jlut& and forty four ccuts.Foi examine ceiiain poce"e in the treat*

For eomi&f em of said build' iicinur of the fZe.-o ;il Land oiTrtweuty S..i: si4telrco, uo thoii.dnd bire bundled I the repiiiift nl the buildings uCcUlli..d meat of ihv precious metals, twenty
expenses Post ilueeihousaiid
by die Grnoifel Office
of thousand fivu huudted dish at d fitly Collars. thousand eight hundred aiid twenty dol
fuel oil
}.c iftcUtJiog l. labor repairs
mice hundred and lour
thirty
Fur coiuingcni of said omit, Ia .
liundml J"I. ('x'|.enses "
the buildlNf three thousand three .
,
dollar und shirts ,
xi fifty dollar Fur competition Sri the Miliciior, of ii'Cluding' iming, ndvenisumKnis two ouu cents, For inridcuul and.cootigvnt expenses ,
thnnnaiid fist liui.dic dollais. lo t i .u..e..ng to Iho Survi-yor wild repair*, cost of machinery, fur allowance
bun-
the thousand tlv
If thediptomittr Tieasury $jhreo
For completing the publication c .. Gt'utrii 1... Ohio, Indiana and Micbi
in ihI'lTico ,
ta of
of thu United chr'.. fl.>!lui.. Tur comufiisiiiuii to elm h. vrastagn iu gold and silver
conetpondcnce For tour i st'natinn to the! d!, tks and ol ihe Chief LnpiLeer' ran thou- gas, .wo thouaand dollars coinage of the mint, twenty thousandand
jf sevonteenlw.drrd
Sutti
from the p..c.c in the office uf tint ulidlornfho J sod! nine hundred ..nl tin' }" dollars. F'us compensation" to tho clerks in the filly dollars.!
fourth .r'euiii r
three
node to t. e
.pIY Fur CtMiliiiCMiit of said office, office of laid surveyor, two thunuod onebundred the Governor '
ef March, seventeen hun ked and eighty Tieufurv, these llmu-aiiJ' uinruinured exi'Uiuo compensation to
dcllirs.
und fill 'dullJra.Far ouo ihouiJiid dollar. Judges iud Secretary she Michigan
ftftftl bundled and two .)
trieen uiaety
For additional clcik! birr in order to
Fur the services of lithographci and 'fl'l thousand hundred
Mart tad fifty two ceutf compensation to the secretary to ril"'y seven eight
For the of the the Comin'Mjioi'c s c,f th* S akin$ fund thin rxpciues f of lithographer press of brine up the arrears and transcribingthe dollar
documentary history
field notes of said office for the
iheVHI Depaitnieiit seven hundred ( pur For ff the Mich
contingent
li'imlieil .mdfi-ry d l 1,11. expenses
mrieiieo. of March second sun
,
eifbteea hundred pef act and thirty threet\veti- For the lenses i.f Jo:ati.,uarypiint-! and fifty dollar pogo of having them preserved at ihesrni igau Terri or %, three hundred ana filty. .
the clerks in flf ofGuvernineot thieo thousand five
Fr compensation to dollar
I and nil ntlifi id i-nd ruiitin* t
tf taaswl dollars and it shall be the hogs r- -
; slit Ordnance Office, two thousand nine bundled dollars. For
and of
fay of the Secretary State, to exa i cnl rxrbensrs'If th' '-\" ffir.ol uf compensation mileage tho'Qlemberl
ItuirJied and fifty' dollats. : For comicnsation lo the Surveyorin of she Council
the ni, tho f-llovving Legislative ,
IIite; tie coatnti enti-rt J into by Ed. Treasury hell. 'tu'
vend Lirifigitou, late Secretary of thai several sum, viz: I For contingent rxj.euses of said of Illinois und Missouri, two thousandd"llurs. pay of the t
...."se.t. with Matthew St. Clair For site iiflicti o .. Secretary of theTrrasuiy rice, eight hundred dollars. autionary, piloting, ol the Territory of
the clc-tk in the Fur compensation to clerks in the of
For to
compensation Michigan elvrn thousand four hundred
the rx senses i incurred ,
Clarke sad Intluding I
Peter for the cold
Force -
lice of acid orfour thousand
office of tho General cloven turve> cig
l Iita in of ..tatbutning ol. Surgeon Iud fom eight dollars.
documen coasfquiInT
of the
publication end dollais. Inniill I'd und swim 1I0Ih,".
hundred fifty For a-nea"g"s for and
dol.hu. )
the b.j din 'cn thousand compensation
itevulu Treasury ,
tisyhittorv of the American
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.
For contingent expanses of suid uf.I For additional clerk hire, in order to mileugv' of the members of she Lrgiftla

ti5o tad Bake a special report thereon, lice, four hundred dollars. brine up the ..ric'sre, and for trvnscti live Council .f Aliclngio Territory
,
to the For the offs f he ffitst Cemptioller I I pay
meth test scKion (.f Congress setting tin to supply For the salary uf a clerk in the .Top- bug abc field notes,' of said: ,.fijctefin the of officer cube Council, fuel, .tatiouaryaoJ .
fet niture and character of the including ;m necessaiy .
graphical: ) Bureau, one thousand dol purpofp nf having them preserved ot the iDa l. ., fur the '
and lost in the confla pr .. yeas eighteenbundled
lIItttitll books sta
or which the work is to (,e.p.led. >> r.ary
seat of Government, ouc thousand dul
thousand eight hundred andtd' Ian. and thirty three, four thousand
the made ia thin crHlion ono
progress Fer conilngwnt oxpcnxes of the Top seven hundred and five dollais
voik dullI,.. lays.For : twenty -
the number of vulemei which will y :
ogiephical Bureau, one thousand tlneuhundred compensation to the Surveyor and thirty five cents.
M For the tfluei of tho second Comptroller I
levied to complete it and elli- :
au
dot Dud seven dollars and fifty General in Arkansas ono thousand five For compensation the Governor
bundled ,
ousand fife
He Ctr the which it bo not one a.>
DiMivy may hundred dollars.
cents. Judges, and Secretary of the Aikaosas

it Jnry* c Mtsct.rilie to appropriate. the fulfilment of lars.For the office of the first Auditorfeifiht For tho salary of a Clerk in the Clothing For cornpemaliou to clerks in said office Territory, including additional compens *.

Bureau ir seven hundred dollars. one thousand eight hundred dol =& to the Judges, under the act of S
Fftt dollars.
ereuKm eta fence of wood i bund c'd For the seta'Y of tho Comnmsiouerof Jar.. ,I i Auil, eighteen hundred and
: of the second Auditor, | thirty two,
For the office
with that enclof
Hpoadiog
already hundred Fur additional clerk in order
thousuid five hire to dollars
pensions, two at eight hundred each, fronrtho
the dollars.For .
War thus ind
aad
Navy buildings, toeaptee stilt bring tin arrears, and for transcribing ,
dollars. up sixteenth of March, eighteen hundred
:of iho third Auditor
the en 'eture of the northeast the office For salaries of clerks tiansfetttd from the field notes of said office: for the and thirty three, to thirty first December

:rrliro i building,sixteen huodroddol* oiphi i For. hundred the office dollars.of the fifth Auditor, the ,.ffico of the Secretary of War, four purpose of having& them preserved at the eighteen hundted and thmy-four _

For thousand eight hundred dollars. seat of Government, one thousand dol l.18f1. thiiiren thoUiHud five hundred and thir

cempeotatiea of tin sddusonrlfl4tbair Drip thousand' dollars. of For salarse. of additional clerks, ten .. ty-thiee dollars and thirty-three crnts.
Treasurer
*n of tho northeast executive Foi tho office of the dollars. Far the in t
thousand six bundled .I compensation to surveyor For incidental of the Legislative
** thousand dol expenses
one
*& three boedred dollats. the United Slates
desk Louisiana thousand dollars.
For For additional or temporary mo Council of said Territory, j I'er act
r.Saab urliRI the fund lur the can lars. of the biro for the year eighteen lundred: and I Fur compensation. to the clerks in the of twenty fourth May, eighteen hundred"
** of the Register
tespensesof For Ibo office
&;:1 the northeast cxecu- thousand dollars. thirty four, in order to ratty Into effect office ol said surveyor fifteen hundred and twenty eight, committed' last year,
+ .lftC, including& fuel, labor oil, Treasury one she act of the seventh of June, eighteen I dollars. seven hundred and twenty dollars.
of the
sedt.p5ire, for so much paid out of that For the office pi the Solicitor For additional clerk io -
fit4 hundred and thirty two, granting revo* hire order to To defray the expenses of compiling

for extra watching during the Tieasury, one thousand commissioner dollars. of, lutionary pensions, five thousand dol. bring up the arrears, and for transcribing and printing the laws of the Territory

r eKbteen Im&dred and thir y three For the office uf the including Ilu. I'. the (field notes of said o1it'p"ro. the yf Arkansas, under. the direction and
red sad thirty seven dollars the General Land Office and clerk of them .
salaries
aM ib of For arrearages for purpose having preserved at .superintendence tro Governor of
and priming
For y tl!tJ. eighty parchments, cost dollars. hire, printing, stationary, rent, expensesof the real of Government, one thousand said Territory, three thousand dollars. T
thousand
COSptDRttoD 10 the clerks and patents, eighteen records and dollats.!
procuring revolutionary | For contingent *xp<-nses of Arkansas
orSM&ten in the office of the Secretary For compensation I.IeViIIi.m to tho legal Wirt.Esq.repre other contingencies, for the ,oar eighteen For compensation to the surveyor io Territory, three hundred and fifty dol ..

Treasury sixteen thousand dot acntatives of the hundred and thirty thxeo, five Mississippi, two thousand dollart. I 1-r*.
rendered
...: !'. iLdifiji one hundred and fifty in fall for professional Stales io services suit relative to thousand dollars. For compensation to the clerks In the For compansatloo to that Governor,

sddhroasl l compensation to thep the United In Alabama For printing stationary,rent expeof office of said surveyor, two thousand fget.and Seer Clary of the FIgrJda4Territnry.
*t In Missouri, ,
neuefiger for extra labor. law lying
record .
of procuring revolutionary seven hundred dollars. including addition comn-n-
thousand
. for cewpesutieii ate he to the First Comp- and in Florida, the sum clone and other contingencies, in the office of For additional clerk hire, io order :..,loa per act of twenty sixth May,

Tceesliry three thousand dollars.additional clerk hire in the issu the Commissioner of the Pensions, six to bring up the arr lrIaDd far transcribing ,.eighteen hundred and thirty, of eight

IF" cIe1tln. For out of thousand five hundred dollars. the Geld notes oissid office for the hundred dollars the Judg- of the superior

lit htHHa to the clerks and fee efrailitery land scrip making For the salary of the wporinicndcnt purpose of having there prescivM at the court of the eastern district of
ie military surveys,
tilt
elk, of the first for Virginia *
comp patents of the northwest ewcti of Government two thousand laid eleven thousand
"" and io ad- and watchmen teat 1 Territory, three
....2Iia.tt'I! tbeuoa rid three buadjei M! for private lawdcaims, tivo building twelve hundred d' fifty three hundred dollars. hundred dollars.
*t-eirfIC t, hundred dollars i the accounts of the iurteyonmeraJ ,
teftieg the For udditltianal .
ttaMl dollars. doll.... For compensation 1ft surveyor io compensation f' the

lie cuts to the attiitOBt leer thousand io For contingent expense of said build Alabama, tpo thousand dollar ,year .I.htel'o hundred and thirty three,,. .
eacer "r clerk hire writing
Far extra labor. For additional thoupatnts. ing including fuel, labor, eU, furniture, For compensation to the clftk and to the )edges ar the superiorowls of .

r..A ._ !IIpe ttjMD to the second tad recording eot lea than forty repairs of building'and ,improvessents of dreggbts&.. in the ogee of..1e1lln"-1 eastern and southern die:",'s of tlter.

d",lsr serest t. treasury tbteethoa* seed"''tel tcots,wch at a sir price thoumd I Ilei cot exceeding dollars* GdjoioiDg ground. iacMtef' arrange or, 0&9'tboBtaad dollars each i Florida Territory. _o&e tl: ...i o, -

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o of the iotendaot and wal- prescribed by the Secetary"of the! Wo daro not spare ia oar ra&elt
and tho disposal
thousand oino hundred thirty dt,
duaJreJ dollars lieu of an ptropiia ono .will in meat best commonkation to dwell *
his Jnd at large .
/ of onet"ouuod six dollars and sixty two cent dens of the said city of Charleston. Treasury, as ...
tiGBeflasi year eight For and looks for the offi For pay and railage of the members enforce the provisions of tuts sectionaod all the crrooeocs doctrine, ditpltj ttI Ie
fur "addi'icnal stationary
hundred dollars com- Commissioners loansone thou of Congress>> and Delegates, seventy shew its operation,and effect. the address neniib&ed, made (before tile
P trasati spa of two of the said Judge1' of ces of bundred dollars thousand and eighty dollars, in addition Sec. .9. And be it further enacted, meeting of the State Rights assetUties

the Florida Territory of the Florida sand For two registers for ships and vessels, 4o tho appropriation made by !act of the That QO payment of the money, appro in Geo/gia; ; nor th* 'p'rnJin0. 04 j-.

For contingent expenses thousand three eleventh day of February eighteen hundred printed by this act, or any other act, moos principles of nolliGcatioa iQtBy
hundred and fifty and lists of crews, two
o Territory, three hundred dollars: '. and thirty four. passed at the present session of Con Slato of the Union. No man of ctato

p dollars. + 0 and of the For -discharge of such niscellfrncous To enable the Directors of the Mint gress, shall bo made, inthe: note or notes and sound sense, who is a real friend j |10

For compensation the legislative mileage Council of claims against the United States, to procoro the requisite apparatus for of any Bank, which shall not be at par the Union of the States, Udder our Fed.
of
o member ot officers and aervants of nut other wise provided for, as shall bo patting gold and silver by the sulphuric ::1 value at tbo place where such payment eral Constitution, can, in bit coascfeate

Florida, pay and printing ascertained and admitted in due course acio\und establish a refinery for that made, provided that nothing viewing the prosperity and anemic of'
fuel ttationary,
the Council, moreia contained shall bo construed to our fora moment
ihutHftnd one bundrrd and lev' settlement at tho Treasury, twelve purpise on the most approved principles country approve or
shun defeats and twenty four thousand dollars. V under the control of the institution, make any thing but gold and silver a advocate such a baleful doctrine as hlint.tioo. !-

enty three For the salaries of the Miniitcrs o f seven thousand dollars. tender in payment, of any debt duo .
centl.ow For of printing from tho United States, to indtvidualt. When wo view and refect
For arrearages: '(or *lio compensation the United States, to Great Britain, payment preparing open the

cube\ members of. tub Los France, Spain, and Russia, thirty six aDd binding the documents ordered to fundamental rights of every inhabitant of
and raileago
Council of Florida, pay of thousand dollars. be (tinted by Gales and Seaton, forty Sec. 4. And Is it further enacted, the United Slates, io be protected bv

relative' ana servant Ul"'' IhOioun. .._\. *"|, I for the salaries of tho secretaries. 01 thousand dollars, under the sumo restric- That the Secretary of: the Senate be the laws of the United States, ia the ,..

o fuel iC.u stationary priming and the distribution i- I legation to tho sumo places, eight thousand lions and reservations as were contained I and ho hereby Is directed to I pay, outof joymcnt of his peison fend property, _Q
,
of the laws for the year eighteen dollars. io tie same object by the act of tho: Ibo fund appropriated by law Inn .th 0 cannot forbear to express our deep re-

' hundred and thirty throe, two thousa ad I Fur salaries of thf Charges des Affaires fifth day of May eighteen hundred and pay of members of Congress, to Clisha g let and astonishment that, in troth lid

; hundred.and nineteen dollars and to Portugal, Denmark, Sweden thirty "'0. R. Potter of iho Stain ol Rhode Island in fact, Congress, by an act passed u

seven Holland. Turkey Belgium' DraIn, Buenos .For payment for printing the documents such compensation allowed by law to early as the 24th of September 17$

fifty For cents.dllo\rahco to the law agent acd Ayres, Chili Peru, Mexico Central relating to the public lands, ordered members of Congress for his travel IJ!I Sect. 9, and 11, have clearly viofciej

assistant, counsel under Iho acts for the( America, and New Grenada, fifty to be printed by the Senate of f from his placb of lostdenco to the city of i the Constitution. That put oft base I

settlement of private land claims io Florida tight thousand five hundred dollars. the United States, and for binding and Washington, to claim d scat in tho Son sections which prevents any i iediTuktl

tncludinc' arrotmEes, nine thous- For tau salary of tho Drogoman to thoifgitiuii engraving tho necessary maps, forty ale, and for his return and also the per citizen or inhabitant of tho Uoioa froa
iUS. V "*, I : untie united :Maws .u 'lurkey' tw. %.."*"" ...,t \t ea hundred and sixty diem compensation( for( the days in ac suing the United States for any debt or I

For compensation: tnv -. c and for contingent. expenses of'ilwi.. Jola. dollars I! to be disbursed b 1 ,the.Secret. tail attendance at the scat ef G"veroISli demand against the government ; bat
taco, ttoo Aviociate Judges, and district .;. ., .....i fiVA huiH,' y of iin shall O-be settled*** *and m ;ilia, ..110a suit by .!.. v.5.*.* s..*..epi..*
:
adjusted attho
same of Congress individual'would
present until
nn
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Judges of the United States, eighty one For outfits of a Minister of the Uni Treasury in tfro usual manner. final decission t bave justly ant tor.
the Senate his lIed the
I by against i allegation
dollars. now
thousand four hundred ted Slates to Russia, and a Charge dcs For the of the so cota4B &i
I contingent expenses tho ctained '
right to him.
seat si by
For the expenses of printing tho ro AT.iiros( io Buenos ,Ay us, Chili, and Senate, in addition to the appropriationcontained unconsiiimionaliiy in the act of Coi.
Court of the United JNO. BELL. gress. But it never has been
cord. of the Bn
Supreme z.il
> twenty two thousand five bun in the act of the eleventh day mate iG
Slates for the term of eighteen drcd doll.,.. of Speaker the Hntse'of: Representatives. env noi even Southern State so rift
J- February (hundred and thirty
li'indifd and four tluco thousand eighteen 1\1. V.AN in their clamor against the of
thirty For contingent expenses of all IhoAlision. four, forty six thousand two hundred BUREN acts Coa.
To
d .*R.For s abroad, thirty thousand dot.bars. !. and flinty four dollars,-And for con Vice Prudent of the Uniiel States and gres prove the troth of oar as.
the salaries\ of Chief Justico and I're.d..nt of the Senile. torsion on this subject we evil) cue ib.

A'P,.. t;. JI <"i ,.. Uut'iti: of Co For lieu salaiics of ihc ngcnts 0.r tingeni respntniivcs expenses I in addition of tho House to former of Rep. APPROVED, Juno 27tu, 1834. 3d article and a I part of the 2d setlroa
o ind of t tho Judges of the 01* claims ap of tin Constitution. It therein dr
lurebpa, at London and Paris, (four thousand l I'topiiuiion; *, thirty five thousand doe ANDREW JACKSON.COMMUNICATED. darn*
flh.I'I.' I'ourls ,.f the said District, nine dolldiy. I larx. that the Judicial power of the Uoited

lho"s.-tm: < fivo J1..udr.d dollars. Fur the expenses intercourse uiil> To enable the Secretary of tho Treasury States shall extend "to controversies to
For compensation, to me AiiorneyGcvu'rn I the Mi-diieirancan Powers, four -- I which the United Stairs shall be a nary. .
twenty 'O into rflacl tho act entitled *' r-
o. toe Uuited States, four thou thousand four hundred dolluis. ".m act carry for iho relief of certain insolvent For the Florida Herald.OP / Now, what is a party in a coat ra

sand 10U'OI! Far the rolief and very, surely the plaintiff ur defeat
pcoiectioo of A **
debtors, approved the seventh day of TUE CLAMOR PREVAILING IN sane 0 p
in
For rnntp"nl"Iiot the clerk in he inoiican seamen in ( a suit is equally l a party. This is id.
"" foreign countrylhir- Juno eighteen bundled and thirty four Tilt 80UT11IRN STATES,
AOAINST.TIIE I
.office of t. Attorney Gcueral. eight iv thousand dollars. -- fivo thousand milted by all jurists. Mr. Rawr! ia IHI
hundred dollars.Foi For tho dollars. CONSTITUTIONALITY OF ACTS OP CoN book published in Philadelphia
{ 1323
contingent cf for ,
expenses For of balance due the anise AND Tan CONDUCT OP Tim
payment
UPFICLRS -
representative entitled
in said office fivehundr "Ratvie: the
a met nger 0'tin intoicoiiise, thirty ihuusatid dollars. on Conllitulio'aliowl "
"'- ol Samuel Babcock OF GOVERNMENT.Wo .
on settlement
that
td sttari 'the word
for indicates1
Fo of said office compensation and expenses of an of his recounts, one hundred I I feel the deepest 'grief and defendant well patty
,
contingen' expenses in dgviu to Havana, to procure the regret, as as a plaintiff, bat his
archives and
five hundred ollari. of Florida, four thousand fivo forty six dollars, "caIY.tbrpo cents. that in many of the State of our Union, not to bo understood that suits can be

to rnmuenvK.on to J tho Rnn'>nei Mildred dollars. For payment of bd'unco due Gurdon particularly in South Carolina Georgia i brought in any court of the U. Slaw.'*

of the decisions of the Supre.m Court, For compensation to tho judges of the Trumbull Superintendent of the public and Virginia.many notions prevail against Why not so understood 1 He gives the

one thousand dollars. Western and Middle districts of Florida wo'' k. nt S.ooingtuu Harbor, two hun certain acts of Congress und iii o must futile and irrational reason, and ia

Foi. cO'IH.'e'II.I.inia to the District 1LorneYs n'lcr the nets of eighteen bundled and died and sixty ttvu dollars sixteen cents. conduct of public officers; of the FederalGovernment. I sumo icipecis a barefaced Gl.ebeed-

and Marshals as gram; d by law, twenty eight, for iho eighteen htm For payment <.f Mnjor: F, II. Per They are prctondfd by Foriuoth, according to laic l I-taut' ro.ioaing. -

i c udmg those in the several Tcrrior ; d.r.lllud l thiiiy three,year sixteen hundicd ratill, balance duo -on account of lite the bold and presumptuous men of distinction ".. 11 iho! >upreme head of the
thousand hundred survey of tl'.o harbor olSi. Augustine, in these Sta be Union. .
r seven dollars. cp. to unc -nsiiluiiotirfl. ; center f general |'owf ; it cannot .

dollar,, 1 To defray the costs of certain suits two dollars und eighty four cuts. But they hnv never shown' a I be amenable! Io a jadicltl tubaiuf,

Fo ..eT'a.. ing tho esprnsra of tin. decided Hgtiust the United States For payment balances duo Joseph particle of truth, or evidence in the cus unless by its own express consent and
as D.
C.rcuit and D strict Courtsof Sweden superintendent of the once* es which have mentioned. the
they
Stipr&ra this
directed in the of power to give content roo>i aj*
act May sixth! '
i' rood the District twenty tiou of .1 light. lit mo at liufldluv and E- h in
t' hiding eighteen hundred anti I They are continually ping uponSlato pear the Consiauti'm itself It lure
of Columbia; also for ,Jurors and thousand dollais. twenty eight, one I it .ono thousand six hundred end iiit-iy: tights State sovciiegniy i and the been granted by the people. An ulti
I
*I""l's ia aid ut tin fund timing from For balance due to Lucius seven doll is and sixty two cents. power of lire nullification ol nil the acts male and complete sovereignty fur the

fi"r PpnsltirTo. and forfeit tires inrur. appointed Lyon commissioner For payment of iho arrearages disc! : ot Congress, which iiuy happen to en- practicable purposes of a goveraraenr,

". in tlje I year eighteen hundred: and survey the northern :o ascertain of nnd conductors ou ihe Cumberland road in i crone II upon their separate interest, or extending over all, protecting all, and
the
tli ity tour rind picc.*filmg yours II.-. State of Illinois boundary Ohio one thousand bundled and nine I I pitiful.. view of sound policy in our Flld.CI I. binding all, js vested in them bvjbo
ter net second March
likewise' for defraying the t'11\'nel ot < 'ght:: .n hundred 1 and bine dollais, t iny six t'I1'4. I i.1 Government. A {State, according confiJenco uf the people, fur the brigli
thirty uuc, nn I I
suit m whirl) the United SLIT* air ihousand and sixty eight dollars and Fur the expenses of u "Digest of tit o : to them, may of its own :accord atony test and most salutary purpose.** That


fences c .mn-tted against :the United For additional cigti countries now in preparation tin I,I does nut happen to pleuu stair *i.5m, ch_ai the people nut of their private
of the
Status, and fur sale kfcrpmg' ol prison i Washington; five payment thousand dollars.staluo der u resolution .,f the lou) "o of Repic ,. nnd caprice. It it i sufficient for them | rights of ern .rs1y. Further ibis prt

eriwo hundred and sixty thousand aol I Fo payment ol the balance found seutatives of the third of March, eighteen by a majority of tho people in the Slate I and enlightened jurists says "No paver

.he t due stmlrmeui to hundred and thirty' oitethe sum of either in their Legislature or u convention If given to Crrngre to authorizs Hilt
lais.Xor on
the TreHSurvto
ill of AS five thousand and one hundred d..(II Iii'. *
payment sundry pension the legal+ representatives of assembled, to pronounce that nnynCI against the United States in any case.
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W.
granted l by special" acts of C>*ngiets nnothouwud Smith, deceased late Sec. 2. And be it further enacted of Congress is unconst luliuoal.- This i b notorious!} false, as we have( a*
,
three hundred and fifty dol. ii-lation to the sale orlropet,special agent in New in That the Secretary ol tin Treasury band e Then they may lawfully resist by fort bore shown by citing the 3d article of

10 r I. Orleans formerly I ho is hereby auititmzrd to pay to and arms iho provisions of any act of "the Constitution and a ,JMI toft lie 24section.

For the support and mainlainanco of( Livingston nine hundred belonging to Edward she collectors naval office,,sulvevurs, Congress. The heroes of State rights' And in the very assertion

light lt
buoy* and suk'ages, including the pur For Survey twenty of he to nt of. weighers of the several agents of tho of late years greatly.incurred their poor diets himself. Congress had the power
coasts the United
chase oi IdinpF, oil, keepers fultitie, State' ihirly ih>iusaml dollais. United Slates,"out of any money io iho '!.cr and influence over many of the most i under iho Constitution, in the aferesud

repairs .nd improvements,and rontiu. For tho erection of site Treasury nut otherwise appropriated,I rational pure und virtuous minds in ou irCd| article 1st section, as it then declares

:gent ex*'rnies, two hundred und fifty New. London in tho custom houseat such sums as will give to the said officers I Southern part of the country at large.- 1 that "",e judicial power of the U. S.
Satc: of Con-
--one ihni'and .evcn hundrrd and twenty iiecticnt i addition respectively iho same compensation intho They pretend, that the Constitutionmust | shall be vested in one Supreme Court
to
six doll.. I Mid seventy nine cents. balmicp}of an unexpended year one thousand eight hundred and bo construed by he express verbal and in such inferior Courts, as the Coo-

Fir the salaries, of registers and receivers : thousand dollars framcraPPro'tiatinn.(' nine thirty four according to iho importations language used in that: instrument and grist may, from time to time, ordain &

of land office where there atono For the of that year, as they would have been not by any implication or fair and 'u estAblish.I "
section of
the
SKIM, three thuusaud fivo hundred custom house entitled to receive if tin act of the filur- of
at Middlerou-n in the State inference drawn from the true sense and Now by the act before mentioned
,foU.I{ of Counoc toenth of hUtdrpd
July eighteen and
meaning of It.Ve have the24lh September Congressdid
ticut, in addition a strong evi i 1819.
For tu.'Vfeying the public lands, and j! j,once of former to un.unexpended bal. thirty two, had not gone Into effect: and dence of iho absurd and truly ridiculous I I ordain and establish inferior CotfTTf; but

for eniablithing a permanent and con. f uppropriatiuni, six thou. tho clerks employed by iho respective notions address failed Courts arbat
I ,sand doJlar by an lately publishedin : I. to give those ;inferior
.ftpicuous land mark onlht lint' dividing' For tin erection of collectors, naval officers and surveyors I the newspapers, delivered on the 3d : the constitution cleat ly intended, tM-

tho Slates or Indiana and Illinois at. New B idford in the a State custom housea' of the several ports shall bo paid for of June last by Daniel Chandler Esq. : power and right, to entertain suits of ib*
of Massachusetts
sume suitable point near lake Mulligan .tho year, ono thousand eight hundred
For
in addition before a meeting of the Sme Rights( as t* I dividuals against the United States
in addition lo the unexprnded balance balance of former to the unexpended and thirty tin oe as if they had been in Wilkes County in Georgia. I this reason wo do insist that Congress

of former trpiiopriaiious| sixty thousand thnu and bundled appropriations, eight specifically included in the thirdasectiuni This ingenious and really eloquent I by the above mentioned act did vinUtetho

M dollars. I For' ihd two erection' dollars. i of the act ol the second of llrch. of said speech is admirable but never ware i Constitution, and the charge of oaconstitutiojiality -

;i, For surveying a portion of the public i Ncuburypurt, in the o a Slato custom of house Massa at )year; entitltd "AU act making appropri* here in any public speech or writing a j by that act by any of

o'I 'lands in tho ioulfnvo'crn pall of the cbuteitsin addition to ,I utiont for tho civil and diplomatic ex- tissue of &giosscr: faleshonds, and pitiful.subterfuges l I our Southern or other Slates ol the U-

:Sutuuf Mu.ouii i. to which the Indian'I balance of former nn unexpended pensesofiho government, for the year, than tv.. find in this highly i I nips would be well founded. But we

-: title was: extinguished in eighteen hun thnu and two hundred appropriations dollars. eight I I. f'ighleon hundred and thirty three:" pro|) *complimented address. Tho idea of cannot expect any 'such fair and Jute

0 died and thirty two, twenty thousand For the erection of vided however, that in no case shall I State Sovereignty, in our government I conduct from our Southern Slates aDd

!/ 0 ilollarr. home at Baltimore, in addition a public ware onI.f the compensation: ol any other otTiccis I is Ibo greatest fare that ever was utter- .I especially from Georgia. She will coo

. '!: For: to than collectors, naval officers and cd or published :.t never was earned tinoally clamor against acts of Congress,
r the salaries' of two keepers of the unexpended balance former I! i,j,
I appropriations suiveyors, whether by s s Iario", fees, or I of by Slate in the however founded the most w
Union the
public aichives iu'Fluiida, ono thousand twenty three thousand dollars. otherwise exceed the of thousand any at adoption i-1. upon ire
sum two of the Consl and aii ",li. -
tloUa s.For To construct n cistern on the l&lIiQo. Tlmv I equitable policy.and evjdeaiiv
housd eastern dollars each per annum; nor shall have no more sovereignty than the cog:. the clear rules and principles of I"
compensation to the rCCOrdCr lot at Key West, five 'hu ended t
,two the union of two or more of these
dollars. any ) potation of any peii town in the United Constitution but the moment that .nt
commisstuiiursand ',translators for .iho fi- offices In one person entitle him to re Slates. and till
To Whatever right of sove act of Congress _hould really ;
oat adjustment private land claims in construct a brick wall to enclose '
ceivo mute than the sum of two ihous reignly which they had before the be unconstitutional' if it happen to pro-
,
N the custom houso lot and adop-j I
sourr, per act of eighteen hundred a small building and. five hundred dollars and I .
annum
per lion ol the Constitution, they voluntari mot and flatter her selfish view,
i ij
and thirty wo, which act and a supple connected with tho wall, and for provided, also that no officer shall receive ly surrendered I-/
by will solicit 11\r'JpeaL
becoming members
of
meat .ci ot second Ma.dl.eighteen hundred repairs to the custom house at Pro i- under never or urge
this
act a annual sal
j
greater the Union. Coajtiwtiw t
have
deuce HI They scarcely a sin regard to that pan of the *
and three moo Island
thirty are thousand
hereby con one dot
' Ian. ary or compensation than was paid to t glo power to exercise any ono which is at its first adoption by Georgiatbo ta
itoucd force for from
in one year the : such officer for the thousand of it
ono
year committed with national "sovereignty._I earliest friends and supportersthere .
To
first of October nnxt, including an unexpended construct a brick wall to enclose eight hundred nnd thirty two, provided I Thoy cannot declare make clause which allowed 15411'
the war or was a
o balance cil former rUlinm IIOUIO lot New peace;
at Orleans
however
appropria that the number of officers to ti-
cannot coin issue bills vidual Stale of the
suits
five thousand money or of credit I against any
five
hundred
lious of hundred and d.
eight liars.
ninety two be employed in of the houses .
custom 1792
To any though it is perfectly clear that they nion. It happened! in the year
,101hlla and seventy two cents, the sum supplyadeficientY in the contingent shall not be augmented beyond I have fnewof
..: of five thousand one hundred and funds of the House of violated the latter prohibition by II,. when Georgia wax a casts xealous
seven Represcn* those now in service; and provided further i residiX
natives issuing Bank bills, as money. They the Union, that an individual!
dollars and twenty eight cents. twenty fivo thousand dollars. that the
; said collectors naval' officers
t Igliasll"
letters '
cannot grant of and in S. Carolina brought 11uh
For nmquo re ,
tine the
For contingent and office com pic compilation of t
: expenses and shall render
the surveyor an ac prisal ; make any thing but told.nud silver Stale of Georgia, see die case of Connote
teat of' said boatd, five hundred dot laws: of tho Territory of Florida, I count'quarterly to the Treasury and tho II :
lat+. 7 two thousand five hundred'dollars.. t coin a tender in payment of debts, Ea'r vs. Georgia, reported
other officers herein named
\ For or referredto pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto largo in 2 Dallas reports. 419. Georgia
i For ceatingent: experses oasrd board: the architect compensation to Robert Mills shall render an account!quarterly to the law, or law impairing the obligation of refused to appear in ibis suit, and'finally

f eighteen\ hundred and thirty four, in House of employed by order of the respective collectors of the customs contract, or giant any titles of nobility. in 1794 the Supreme Court of iw

eluding compensation to Ibo agent 8m.o the alterations Representatives in .to superintend ; whero they are employed' to be forwarded They cannot 'lay any Imposts or duties U. S. unanimously decided that Georgia
iloyed In convey the annual of theo the Representatives to the Treasury of all the fees debt
report the
Hall according to tho plan ofsari Mills i on imports or exports, nor regulate,corns was legally bound to pa>
.uilld.o the teat Government, including one thousand dollar*. and emoluments whatever by them respectively !. inoico with foreign nations and among to the plaiofiff. But Georgia at !fit
also' expenses incurred by Com received, and of all the several jo de'l
For the repair and expenses States and within the Indian time being over head and ears
fumiemers r in taking testimony, and for completion of the incident to their respective offices whtcb i.obliged -
o United States "Marine tribes. Now, all the States have to individals, Ares alsrmedo at 2ei
I ameat ef balances of claims admitted' Hospital in accounts shall be rendered on oath or entered S. h8fftJ
Charleston South freely into those stipulationIt -._ by the Courts of the U.
o
Carolina
I it ol' settlement at tia! one thou. affirmation and shall be In atkl'
} rows Treasury such form it then
It
sand ono hundred dollars to bo placed not grossly absurd for any of to pay" debts, In the cflll1
and bo
supported by such proofi to bo thom to prato about theIr lovei&igBtyl Shakespeare, retted liko .II"


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Sitte Soverttp' -. -' liit" Ltir Q 2I.--__ 1 = lo Italy, which was refined him, and that Caveat mptoii. 1i>> tit Piii */iJU tyyIN 1t1lW.

elMHU her .. in En. ., la 1, Aaaaaw JAG&Mrf
w: UlrM ho will, bo allowed tot aside only interested will to take pursuance *
..", sling 10 uch oqw lttll THURSDAY, AUGUR 14, 1834.c' France. He has suite ALL persons please President of the United States ol Aroertc -
) .. ID some gland or a large that Hannah Smith is the owner .
well do hereby declare vad mate known thai.
,hat Sta'e. at T of confessors priests lad officers with ut tract ot Land on St Marys and Delia rivers .
,. Union: and thiJieg ot the appropriationaettoas putiho sales -ill be held AS toe follow Ute Ian4 ,
We..ed Itie great length in Nasuu County adjoining lands ol -
.f..r offices, in the atUie *
similar debl' lo iadi.,11011pfti1ed prevented our giving our usual variety him.Don Christopher, containing within its boundaries Territory f/JIortds, pe
ilf.tfett in those SulciR'ghti Itsoto this week i our instructions from the Miguel his embarked on board one thousand acres. 1'he.satd tract is situated lIodl designated, for Inc sale ol the uddermen'iontd -

: .a Stub l Department will not permit us to divide any the British 46 gun ship the Star and is in township 3 range 2f N &Band Is sup* At the Land lands office,to _at ill TAr. lWlb en th6jcr.

p-! abeet a ConsthuIjirsi cl1 tew. eatas it exceeds the limits of three bound to Genoa. Ho has forty eight pjsed to comprise parts sections 11, 12, 13, ., Mmdty in l nnter next lor the, d'tfpo.aal .
0,01.i. lot wo uusittuswUl be a
IIH*' pagesefett paper individuals who him. It 1920. 2S and 26.ALO..t .
allit that clauso accompany vt the publio hunla within the undermeo-
annul sdleie&t .
apology.I of Land la
i j.rity to which author iied iodiSl appears, on his surrender no other condition : : nd contains within tract its boundaries Spell'Four swamp bun, stoned townships and traettoaal townships to.

CctlttiUt'kJD Union.to zne.-We beard the other dsy of a dose as to his future conduct was made, wit
.
tbc a .
fHik; see Georgia |is not in.cberca of 20 grains ol Co/uraay administered to a except that he would commit no furtheroffences. hip 3 range 25 N and E. dlan.'lownthip.

liaf', t.o"Cf r, I' with debl' to In.dciMl1 patient besides other-cnedicinea which had His army is entirely dispersed The titles to these lands are derived from 1. ol range 5.
*. ftrme.lv, been prescribed We have not heard of the ed soldiers their homer and he Spanish Government and have been con r-
do know ,,1b.tieVU1"14 sent to To nships 1 and 2 ut range 8.Townihipc .
not effect it had oa the patient. of the concessions
W" firmed and ,
lhevC\a copies surveys
Donna 1 sad yof 9 10 U 1?
surrender ,
which
hrr dcbl due '5Clmolm all places to and evidence confirmation were duly filed ranges.. ; .

tNft .. who obtained &atlltlti-Aau. or 8*'. Joaxs Covm.I.ength.intlcs.65. Matin. An income of lilly conies of with the aurvryor gti.eral according to di I.andI.Township 1,ef range 15. ..... .

l\lloefGrul tt te Suprcmu Court of reis, about $70,000, has been ullotcd to rctiow Township 1, of range 16

IG3tacuIi0: that Ibo could Average Bredth-32. A Caveat against the sale of these lands Township 1, ot range 28.
U. s. we cOEICCi Square UUes- .112. him.The Government of Donna Maih have been filed vith the Jtrgister and Ue- Fractional tutnsliip Ifcnd township J. ef
obliga-
ra'ional and Just ceiver of the Land Office lor the District of1st
ol23U40 acres-68
29.
,iI ltayC .01 that amendment in Townships has convoked the Cortes of Portugal, all, Florida ard aUu with the Cummissioner range S .
l of Sections of 640 acres-2088 and
the repeal 'I owuahips 1,9,4, 5of range 30.
noblemen who abotted the of
to usurpation
.itet and to Iitaco cut1a of No. 01&OreI-l,5"I.680 oftheGeucrslLan4 OfTiceat Waaiiingtonuf Townships 2, 3, 4, and 5, ot range 31.
I" Ceattittfttft Don Miguel aro however excluded from which all persons will please to take!notice. .
Union on the utile the aboveto serve a most useful North ut the base line, and east ui meHdian. !
We
Stl ..r tM give }. U. GOULD,
in the Chamber? .
be By un
seats Upper
t".t e individual to sue a purpose at the present time/aDd we desire Aug.12,18J4. An', for II. 9. -
IfBltec' .0 cu.i-cive that aie that it mil be the means uf giving a neew other decree, friars and monks. ( every Towns'iip2ol' 'I range 13.

5111. Nor can Dml.ndm which direction to public effort. By an act of Con. description are abolished, their propertyconliscated Townships and 2, ol range 14.
Ihe ?I\'. PROCLAMATION
bouth at the DUO line and Caat of merit
OPOOIO lands in the ,
-rt 10 tbo actof Septet grass of 1785 for the dupus& of and all the monastic. rcvc- titan.l "

.ea' P'P tLi1Ch 10 pruhilJ' suits by lnd-| I (Western wh\tII1'crtitorl Territory embraced of the all United lands not States embraced ,. flues applied to the use of the state. A OSO&Oll z OF. WALZZ. hat past township situated north and

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Jer, 1789. the U. S. In that res.rttlbe iu the thirteen original state to the third decree abolishes tho monopoly of welt 01 the Suwante: Hirer ot range 14.

ttI, k p I .L act is unquestionablyWear I I west and I aut" west) the sixteenth section or the Douro Wino Company. These Secretary and Acting Utvernor of sAcTerrEory At ;Ihe same place in continuation,, commencing
1foresaid Florida. third la i JJtctmtcr
of on tbe Mtnday
to be reserved
even township wu required of with
generally spoken
me
measures
thfl CuAImuion. coo- i t lor the use of public schoois within such pursuance ol the Laws ol the Territory next fur tbe dlxpoaal ot tbe public land.itn-
stiet is
bollli c of our wise, judicious, ,. Township. This act was afterwards appliedto appruba1 ou. Portugal evidentlyfast IN of Floridi regulating Elections in the limits 01 the undermentioned townships .
'
settled under
wlui returning to a state and fractional win
[
SSsSiaWe Goernment.Vilh tvtrjr Territory in succession l as it becameorganised towuauipsto
T .ueh) a boari when and was also made applicable tolud4. I i Ibo govcrnmet of Don Pe.1rn n. Regent II i Is heicby proclaimed and maJe South uf tue hate. line and west of the meridian. .
Biu-Ke }
.. .. kn.iwnthitt, tho first in
fiji Ct' ot Europe. ld' ,"" .t _C'a" ",0.* I IXli !ilaidugl"ier. on Monday May, .
aMI I $ Governments of 1823, entitled 4Mn fcl aaundinf and iupplc.ms4tar3l A change had taken placo in the iuilho year of our Lord, ono thousand Fractional townshp 1 of range 8.uwnships12,3,4,5,1..nj7cfge.
X individual: in tho rights; to the Jlct foe tucerUditinf cluiau "tout Count Torrnno eight huudrcd and thinly four, thn following l. I 9.

?. II i. idlo and absurd in Mr. tittei ,. Landt in the Territory ef FUrida, &". ,I Spanish Ministry. Imai named were elected Tuwiiabip 1|- 2, 3, ",$, G.7, 8, ana 9, vr
ert, I. the finance persons
having superseded in 1\1. .
.
woik on Ibo Coufiilut.onStates laud the JOtti ate. ut tbat act. The impor. range
;
It.I'1t, in his A disturbance members of tilt;DOlt Legislative Council 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 10
in excuse lor tho a- lance vi these reservations have not been dAlI d parlmelu. slight f 'luwusnibs , , ,
orelle UG1IeJ talk about considered i but the results will be benefi. had taken place in the Theatre at Madrid as appears from the election returns f range 11.

ItrftIid Acl of Congl ell, 10 I cial in proportion to the activity and zeal in of the lenity shownto made, to me as rrquir rd by law Tointhipsl,2.3,4.5,6,7. 8, and 9, of
iiiWi consequence
ttftrcig..IY CItllo United Stases, bestowed& on she part ol those whose duty it is From the county of Etcambia. range": 12.Townahip.
ak weHichcadof the Union; to superintend the management of tbe means: I.| Don Cilo, but the capital wa gas and Walker. 1, 2, 3,4,5, and 6, ol nngc 13.
..je the| > I Powr&r>. &t. Suie- thus reserved public instruction. !| titrallv Hum),til, und the partizans ot Thomas J\i. Dlount thiirge TownUupt 1,2. 3. 4,ann 5. ol ran&e, 14.
Johu
general of It will be perceived, alone, that ahe.e are Don (*ill!lu< III tin-' inn h fort .dtvindhing From the county of Walton.- 'I OWI.lhll'll, ana mciional townships A 3; ,
of England
[lj'be Ki<* of Spain, ,' fifty eight Townships the County uf M. into ill-i'lit i Itlt"'.. L. MrKinnon. and 4,01 nnjel5.lowntbip .

Putt*.* aad 1 other nations; claimed and Johns,and consequently there must bc fifty Kmni Fiiiniv, thfto is nothing of From the county of Washington and :2,; and (factional township 2, of

kite bfotn universally considered as so.titC" tight Sections of Lmd ot 610 acres each ma.I Yfl/iUm-Eben J. Wood. range 16.
Yet in ibo* Governments km,* in the bole tldrty seven thoutand tnt |i great luttiest. The King and Queen Jaclon-\Vin. At tic land Office at "'1'. vaoartva,on the
I had nriivc'tl Pat is.-. From the county of "u1.tlnd4.u DectmSer die.pua&I
hern allowed as their i hundred and )Oflt,OC71. ij which I. the County of the Belgians at next, lor the *
1A14iilI have is uiiued to, but as many otthe sectionsthus ( Dr. Gervais, whom! the government prosecuted lana S. Mooring and lltniy<< J. Hulmes. oa'tbe puultc sinus within the limits of
then
fe4* ,effial rhit, to bring pnvate | act apart are covered by private claims, for H iibtl I in staling tlut their From the county ot Gadiden-John tbe uudermvitioittd,townships fractional

Sarti; w Coal is of Jutico against thojKsf ,. and as othsiBmutt be of little value in a tifTiciia had committed 01 the C. Love and D.vid Ochiluei townships to wits
acts
(.'lwch "I Contract or damage) ) country like 'this something is necessary to greatest From the cwnty of. Leon-Arthur Norm tt the bae lineuuid east alibi,meridian. "

iirfflMJ hittl.'c have in hisHft br done to render these lands available and cruelty during iho troubles at Lyons, Fractional totmshipa 1. 2, 3... and 5, (east
by U.Duval
instancn of iho suit there ia no doubt but with suitable attention has been found guilty and sentenced to l..coll and' Stfiimel ul bt. Mar)S liver) cl range 23-

tlterrmaikJiWe heir of the to the tvbject Congress will authorize selec fiuo And imprisonment. The editor of From the county ofJeffenon-Abraham Township 1,.$4.4,and fractional township'

ef lmDifg, lilt ton and dOM to be rrade to correspond quantity to Le Mcstciigcr in uhich the libel was Bellamy.From 5. ot range 24
nfit C..lemhuc, against Feidinand the Utaae which nuy be taunt to be unavailable. Tho the county of Madison and 1'ow..lllp' i,2,and 3. of range 25.

i, Kaac.,f Spain in "In (:0* called If there Ift'tJ*could be sold at one dolbr ptibluhed, has been acquitted. 7/amt7/0rt Aichil'ald' McNcal. Township Iotratige26.fractional ,
ibeC flcilftl Indian Affairs. Ferdi- per acre.and the money be invested at seven elections for ihc IIHIV Chamber, absorb From the- counties of Columbia, Ala. torn n.hi 'a 1, 2, 3, and 4,of range

the f&ud would yield an income almost entirely public attention. .
Castile 27.Fractional
..Ma. >trrifd abcllaQnecn of and the a, per that cent would go very far to extend common The flee, imperial city of Frankfort chua, and lldlsborougA-Ulid Hum shipl 1,2, and 3, of range .
MiJbetftg a 'ery .elk man, '! the who :28.
within
thots County
education to all : and tukeii phreys.
had been entered possession
tffTtee iUlcf.nwerful bud heroic woaw I are now suffering ao much for want t.f It. of thin Geiman; r.onfed- From the county of lJnral..lobo :. Fractional townships 1,2, and 3,of range .

tbrir marriage ha became The Legislative Council. at its last session nrby'lhe t.oops 29.South .
oa cllm-I,I authorizing the several counties cruiion, undci the command of an Austrian Warren. of the baseline\ and casual the me 1
""tol| uodrr MliticAl palled an Act jvasjcu-
pl | From the of 'Josephtigginboiham.
y had county rhhan
Uke pa&fttsion ol the public School lands Ul'1H'r.J.! Tho Senate pro
Sk"te 1M breeches; but she died in Ml hut of 11 of
part townbip (east Suwanee
and ht .
to appropriate
I' and to rent them out, tested', uul iho English newspapers .
in 1504) aod the King:: livM until 1516. but the counties of St. John and rivsrofrnge14.
... proceeds to the contemplated purposes t_ denoiincu the net as uncalled for and of From
.. 1 A' ---M -tt. Toy nahifa 10, 11, and 12, oIrsngr2s.
After the death f the <( made a show in hit butcchevta (all and wetulitrc.: uiw ot the lands were lliH most uibitniry description.; oiquttoe Townships 10, 11. and 12, i( raj gt 16.Tuwn.loip. .
Putnam.
Hcconulssof diflicul j ;nnu A. 10,11, 12 and 13 O
useful ii.phy1shem. .. cclllrluut to the public, surveys. but There arc frmu rage 17.
bad no eMrfylo make n uccup From the of Jonroc'Rlch. 6 7 and 23 .
few of the Sixteenth; sections remain unaflec lies having uri Iftn bctwcrji UusVia and'riimey county Townships c rtfcgr 18
uolumbds died in I50o, claims and but use frontiers ard FitizpaincK.GEIORGEK.. Townships 5. 6. 7* 8,9 and 23.ot rant 20.
ted cunsequt.itty tclntioii
by private in tu
Mt4 D\tf.0\ hisseD inheriting, : the sights t t.ef'lt utile else can jet he dose but tu apply divide IhQ1'n coutiliifn WALKER. .To.nabiplll3 5 67 Sand 13 of raiig> 20.
hicli$ ,
Mre tip 3 57 and 8 ol
'owual'pI12 21.
w f iliei I one<>f those \va. in virtue Confers for relief Offico 17th 1834 range
Executive July ,
f ef. contract made bctn-cru the King of lii conformity with the act ,.r the late l.< 1 1ture und Rn.*'nn tionpt IMVI, it is said, tid -_ That portion ot township 1 et of 8t Ma

Sfwa (Ferdittand the Dili) anti) ColumbU. i! ,Curamihionetl hate ben appointed I iiced beyond tin line ktipiilated by W to V VlU I UE tjta writ 01 Fieri F..ci.s i,su- rj s river 22-and townships 234: SOT and 6 of

for the ul tukinrptxaissiun : thfi I 110 Them nan nSo! nunois Court of the range
various Counties the
in purpose treaty. 13 t:" out ok Superior
for sm'riat' 'i hit 1 chat
in vain portion of
township
Ditto years of the Puolic Lands. In ol was belivcvit' Un>>ia and Pursiu. t.: ..... ..IIIJ.trit..1.uriJa. and to me dircted St. AU
Mter rUi r..1her' death applied In tin; the County of St. Johns 1r. Aluar.wallia.. .otkhjitsU. I wilt exjase public Sale in rysriverahdtownshipa234567add 22.1uwssblpsl23456Tsnd8of. 8 ot

Kite |for (.tlt'aa..U. of tho debt din on oar, Uen. Jo.iru M llfittSAKtua ami 1'noaaaUocoiia of ill. trout at .ltc I Court House in the City of St. range

.. contract. Tne king kept him con. El liavc been ap'Ii4tcd Cnmitiisaionera. 1upet'llmlltr.-' history ; Augustine m Ito d'y the 31st ot March neat Townships 4 3 6 7 and 8 of range 24.
his A mcrtnit was IK Id 0,1 the 6th lost unIouI'l1I41A (;"1"01" lamer I has given between the hours ul 10 o'clock A M. and 2 range 25.
attcmlanco in
ttawlly dancing p4. Fractional township 1 of 29. "
: and after taking the subject sotocouiktatiul rucin so many nbsnrd inventions, that I*. M. ol that Jay: the right title and iulercktuf range
I will
4 Each sale be
red Im courtiers uiitil the kept tor vo weeks
seej at by the Board adjourned to meet on the 8d Won- the Ilivnridn jovortniuMit has thohgt Dirk Fliisihman' of in and to the following opeu .
and the lands reserved law for
by the
BKiface of Ditto was exliNuUed. HeIt ant it is that'> the c'nd lot situate in sue of
hoped
day of October next i order tho soizuto cf progeny, to twit ; a house schools fur other will
to every or be exchi* -
lift applied to the Council' of Indian purposes of Its organization wili be carried proper llarrack ward in the City of bt. Augustine and ded for sale. purposes -

.Affnri fur icdreM nf his wrongs. They into complete e(t-ct. pamphlet which contains any thing respecting bounded follows to ails on Ute North by a Given ur.der my hand at the City of Wash .
It is gratiftlng to notice the increasing interest him. belonging to the estate of John Forbes,on
ItW him that ho might SilO the King in inJton this seventh day of Juiy A D1B14
Charles Law
that ia taken, in the subject general the east by a lot toning to *
tUir Court to recorcr Ini j just dUn1ll md.H and itfis hrpcd ihut the subject tbe the south by Street ANDIILYV jACKbON.
editeitiun on
ion, I.q .
.. dKsoaiKi] tim Court pavo judge& will be deliberated upon with slmness, and. A nonocenaire, [man of 90] s.-ys; the. and on the west by George Street-taken as By the President: :

aNt, gainst the Kinp, tni ho was torn with a view to arrive at the mot enlightened I Parisian Cnrsuirp, irntarkml i" his children ) the property of said Dirk Fleischman at the :.1.iSaa IlaTwIZD

the "!ili ?r duy-"My dear children ; awl ul William A Cadwell. Commissioner of the Generand LandS < ..
Cttults.
phIed to thr to Dirgo, Nf1W
p y money SAI1UBL ULIIIH. MarahaLTj1heaboesale I Office.Jolp 4 ..
rtf Offtltt not i iftJividual citizens of the ENGLAND. I am very old, und I feel my self dying- ; is postponed until the! 12- .
LATER FROM ( .
U. S. ut mnsr I cannot expect to livo longer
hue the
samo lichtt agflinit our 6:" &day ufSeptembernezt. -'"
CItt"'niBpn'l Arn WI lo bA jeorrd at Wo stop; thu Ilrt.il1 to 0'1u.&ll1t/ the than to co two or three more changes Ilarahal's Sale.

CwHjreu ** w. ficqiibiilly atc, in arrl\.alltf iho |I.dLu't ,hii| Catdoniat government yet." MARSIIAL'SSALE. VIRTUE of a writ of len facias Issued

|*tUtons for rfdic and indemnity Capt. UnAUAM liuui Liverpool, whence ,'lit t V g ot avritulFieri Facias II BY out of the Superior Court for the Eastern .

SOIbVCOfltaCs mad: by she U. S. withMMiaeVitt'taJ she siiltd on thee 18th tilt. Shu biings Tho Wheeling Times of Thursday By u,,ufd out ol the Superior Court of the District of Florida, and to me directedand

l eitizcnf Fmhid it lirafl us Ltmilou pnpt-rs: uf tho him end Liverpoolof states thwt no case uf Cholera was reported h._trrii District Floric.'"and tone directed delivered I will expose to public sale In
= Sale in
mid delivered, I will expose to publ e of
front the Ccurt House
On in the of St.
mouth.
city
ihu Huh uf Ust thereon iho preceding day
,justice and thin pride of hnnnt and ir.mt ol the Court House in the City of St Augustine on Saturday the 2d day ot August
,*irh. in onr rational' gnvcrnmrni. Tho Tho hour at cuticle thieve papers have the Tuesday preceding, there were two Augustine on Saturday tbe 2d day ot August next between the hours of 10 o'clock A. U;

sjicts ioftUr King cif Enclaml can couiu to our ",II.c-, |HfVenl us doing dohths by coloia-Mis. Kwiting and next between the hours ono o'clock A. M. and o'clock P, 11. of that day all that pieceor

ttil flit the Gnvernotect mono thdii giving a summaiy of the news child. Tho general good health or the and.2 P. il. ">f that day all that piece or parcel parcel of land supposed to contain s bun
individually, I uninterruptcd.-The Ohioriver ol laud supposed to contain 600( acres situated dred acres,situated in the county of
Uwquito
cunUin. citizens was
ita court Jmficf and they in laid Dirtrict
; formerly by a in tbe Couiity of.Unsquito in said Dutrict oa tbe
Hillsborough Rrreri
have taken hud 5} feet water *
Sumo additional changes on Thursday, bounded the
oetHran manrfa/ory protest, now it is on tde Ilillibnrou Rtveri on bounded oa the east by said river on tbe
1y.prttttl"'N, but she result is thiIt place i ia the' Uritiu Cabinet. Tine duko in the channel east by said river on the north by lands of!I north by lands fJndsey Todd.and south by ...

hI'. i i. like pNitinn allowed of Richmond has lesigucd the office of Lindaey Todd and south by lands of Cruger lands of Crvger&, Depeyster being the nor
our Post Maitcr General in consequenceof In Philadelphia !fast week, there & Drpeytter being the Northern part of a them part ofa tract of land containing 1100' t!
Jf' social act ef Cnn!!,'.., njain; th" Commons cults and 105 ract of Land containing 1100 acres granted acres granted t6 Ambrosi Hull by royal title
of ,
deaths 37
Died i a motion iu Ibo House were 142 title the 22d ot
5'"t"lon land claim. Why did 10 \mbrote Hull by royal on oil the 22d day February 1812. Also all
let Concrelt in nb"dicnce In the Cnnajjwioo that the office should be put in commit children. February 1812. Alto all that certain portion that Certain portion of the asthetract of 1100

,' declare that. in these land UIJ. Lord Cunyiighatn has been op -- ._- ,. "'::' (if the same tract ol lltO acres bounded on the acres bounded on the south by a line running
him. Capt. By tig, south by a line running westerly from a westerly from wharf of
pointed to ucctt'd: 1' a stone on the western
wt
nai wrll in all AVdVSTINE.Sen. .
others we have a member of Parliament PORT OF 8T. wharf or stone on the Western bank ol the bank of the Hillsborough river west by vacant a
the
richlln sue the U. S. by petition or any a nephew of Lord V-- 1. IlilUboraugh river.west by vacant lands, north lands, north by tends Dunham and .

amatory t*" -Brrante our Con- Middlniex, has becu.appointed a hy lands of Dunham and cast by said river.containing cast by said river containing about 100 acres:

t resi have dis :racod the Constilutiou injveiy of the Treasury.Earl Sen. Eliza Savannah, 3 days, ballast, ) about 100 acres:also the remaining also the remaining portion 'of said tr-ct lying .
Grey still remains prime minister portion olshlirsct, Iyingsuuthotssid wharf. snutb of said wharf. Also all thaI piece of -
important West. Pulls
pnintshown themselves under tho continued censure ,0 Ma'aierbuLntd| to Key. Also all that piece of land containing 500cres land containing five hundred acres, being the
jw! ed with slavish notinm, a 011) nre though He has staled land Passengers. being the southern part cia tract of 1500 a* southern part ala tract of 1500 acre.,confirm

**d to every beam of the Sun of LIU- of the IeediogJ'Hlfnuls. tofrujiose to errs confirmed to ttid Hull at the same time ed to said Hull at the same time situated at .
in Parliament that it was his intention i- situated at Mosquito aforesaid in what wu
'f'Jjuitlce and personal richis.v .Mosquito aforesaid In what was known as
JURIDICUS.inetntion. the renewal uf the irish cuoiciun Notice.N know as TurnbuU's Western Swamp! taken lurnbuil's Western Swamp- taken as the

act about to expire without any. Thursday the Slits day or September, aa the property ol aId Ambrose Hull at the property of said Ambrose Hull at the salt of
!!!.. O the! plantation suit ot l John F Drown. Hannah Smith Executrix of the
__- A scarcity 01 potatoes will be O1fI.TCdrJT3IC at I Estate of Jo
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: 'Mt ,alteration. H' n .,._._ hi.o' ,1 SAMUEL BLAIR limbs). slab .
Dar decO an i c rrai!cuarc.wnuthe Smith. SAMUEL BLAIR.
1 A lell .-\ gentlenran ia eilsted in Ireland which had in given that Israel Mills, containing rn ollSBO acres of land In June 25th 1834. 15-7w, June 25th 1834. 14...7w ManbaLtARSHAL'S
dlstutbances
Iottoo who tiso 10 some tracts. U-
owns a largo chemical < tttWiahmealI. several
but the ministers in answer to ALSO Notice .
hasdiscoveied a new country, SALE.
.. .pe.t. uf them on thenubjcctbad re. All the perlsliable property of said Estate havinir demands against the /
01 fire which enquires Persons
ItIM produce a most in. that they did not believe a teal consisting ol 2 or 300 head of prime stock ft ALL of Ezekiel Suggs of AUchua Superior Court..-District of E. floiida. .
fceil. It produced by the mi*:. plied beef cattle, with ten yoke of own 3 carts diem with
..&t would eventually shewiuclf.. hand County,are requested present IN ADHIBILTT.
tar and water. With this kind scarcity horses, plantation tnola. *Cotton Gins, by law, and those indebted
in the time prescribed
UDder
disabilities
-Ultl),altettebet. can rlaH the Atlantic i The bill removing the labour mills. 1 family pride regrets 1 ferry fist, 1 are reques.ed to make Immediate payment CtarlttWilUyt Libellanf,
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with the greatesi The discover. which the Jexrs irt England large boat. with sundries. to JOHN SUGgS.I -
ulcty. the House of Commons.. The land lies at the bead of", on 118.amr.. vs.
detl.r" June 19 1814
bad pissed ,
that he can carry a, ttemn- bad attended the installation i St Mary' River about 35 miles by land from Schooner Ann.her facile
bo11 front f'fOjdeflee' Great solemnity Mary : crpar-
1ft New York 111 l the town of tit M.r/'. ..
"tWi fuel, for five dollars. It it of the Duko of Wellington as Conditions.-The. "ids. will be sold at 12 Notice..' .! ret and furniture.ffHY .

aid' wst the UivtBtinn of the cotton gin Chancellor of Oxford University the months credit. 1ix weeks' after cate, I shall apply to virtue and In pursuance ofan order of

w*Wed the vata of of !.a4 pa,pets are full of the details' n. persons propertf-Cub. 9 3 the Hon. the Judge of the County W taid Court in abov* ease, to me directed .
it 11M every acre Carlos the Spanish pretender. JOhN WILLIAMS Court Duval ,county for letters of.tdmlnls and delivered,I expose to ttltf .t .
DOD .
oethsrn states. and "0 aro f I in the Donegal AdmV.Eat.Israel Ilarber. tration Oil the Estate ff John C. Hocrton.Uta public outcry for eaaItllI.frost of the < art

(dittbtt the. discovery above sen.toad had arrived at Spithead, Aug. Uth IBS. 31-4: *. child county.dec. SAUL. BURHITT.' Hens* In the City of St Aujrgstine en e 6tb ... -

will dcwfeto tho value of tho stein i British ship of tfar. Ho Is tccoropaioed August 7tb 1SS4 20-6w. day nf September fttxt. betwt" ri the fours ef .. '"

'** **. It will be especially toper-' by his wife, three tons and his' wife'suro NoUce. --- lOe'itockAIland2PlIoftkat day, the .
bat to the skier, who are sisters ot Don Miguel. I' Ntice.tIXweekssfterdate Schooner Man Ann now lylnjr ir* the 'braeb. -
will
engines which aro employed that bit surrender IIX weeks aHer .Ie. apply totho I .lflsppl for let at the north end ofTalbot Mtrd, ......
H a rail toads ... will of It does cot appear the Judge ef the County Court : .
temove one 1y Hon. Administration on the Vitals of with her tUb' apparel and fir fljjup _
y greatest ...ael.. to the general MaW was accoBipained by any particular or SiJohas count, for letters of tdalaistra.dfe.cKA&M Wm.I un Glnl. PELEC1A II r OABVW. I SAMUEL BLAt* "'"

..0tiTM upon ear common retdf. stipulation aj to his future residence tlon on die Zltate or.fA. Zamr. 1836 20-.4.. I 4tJ1Ut1I.t.. lJ-t" '"'
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_un ---. J\farahal'. Sal. IBY LIST F LETTERS tf 'SECGND1EAIOr'A.LEYIIA.OAZINE THETAs SAT.lDAF co vim;/.

S-OaftL... .. VIRTUE of a Pluriea writ c f.1 I IFieri EMA1M.NG ia the post office of foreif end caAr "'HIlt

.. I'" _. i Faciaa issued out of the So ;.as the city of St. Augustine from the THE uneaaiopledtacces' u this juvenile Nero is 'h llMiuI ,t y
into
circulates
From the Youth's Sketch Book district 1st ol April to the 17th of June, which which now every Pit blakrdnsrF BatvnlaJ
[ ] perior Court for the Eastern 0Florada auto and territory of the Union baa cocoon 6J Wad
TBB: LITTLE BOAT BVtLOCRS. and to rao directed and delivered if not taken cot io three months, will be aged the Ptbliibcrs to renewed exertions in cud It Bpr II,,"" Sj+erthrapq

Betide the lea shore ,Cbarlet and Dew I will expose. to public Sale in front of sent to ibo General Post Office as dead making it all that judicious parents eouU reasonably ;.. GlIiMU.
letters. the amusement and lastructionol riYOI'
Court Ifoni the City of St. Au- capecfW Journal Ia ,rlalt4; .
tlatdu. the In
none summer day 4 c'K
Youth. of tile .
To build their little boats-and then tine Monday the Slat day of March A Mellon Capt Chas largest .- 11_ .. ,
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It remark that this other "
6us Alien Wm H 4 Motrcr Co LuciusB Is important to magazine weakly paper U ..,....k to it
.. To watch them ail a"I,. next between the hours,,of 10 o'clock A. .has become a great favorite ia schools size !t COataiU thirty two colotta.of II '
M. and o'clock P. M, of that day the Marks Jacob and that judicious parents and teachers bare l log matter,cacb C\t1umn brag tf1'Ia1 ... '
"Harrah! the boats hare fen tbe stare Ie
Baker James Cobsl 0 II
its eta
discovered that its interesting matter spir- duodecimo
following! to wit: a certain rages book.
And aide aide sail ,
by they a'Ih. property Clerk Supr Court David NChappell ited abd appropriate engravings its entire Tbe COURIER
pleasant attnshine all before, tract or parcel of land consisting of eightthousand Ogsborg ita tboygh bat face*** ..
added the circumstance of co existence bas
Be'd 4 ncvelty to an actual cktukuoo i
Behind tbe Summer St. If
the
gale. situated'west of sorw c
acres Geo A Osborn Saml G Jr miog every fortnight fresh from the press, inconvenient twenty ono thousand copi.. This .. .. ')'"
Johns river, the admeasurement thereof and beautiful number, cave all Wed patroeage shows the .
bigbwbtebitiseverrwberebekE
But all too rough the sea ut!
j "
sunny D O'Brien J.lDesDusenbury '1a
One boat up cta--nil then beginning at Ibo mouth ef Buckley'sCreek conspired to render it unuseally attractive to

They cUp their hands and shout with glee, below wbito spring, and follow Lieut P young readers' It is read with avidity and The COURZElt possesses sdnntap e-.,
".Mm rail !abe'a up again." Jog up"ard'lhe margin ol said river, to J B Pendleton James pleasure i the object of school education, aotar aUotber weekly Mwiptp Ita PI...
tf it relates understandingly lie admits of tbe
Dunbar Robert II Floss JohnRobinson u to reading greatest Ik-Ie
tho where the public road from r_sr,
point tbe time valuable portions and its content
acquiring at same furnish
pet on the wave it cannot tire, F R an eiUmhe.
It.Inb -and now the other! Picolata to Alachuu crosses the said riv- of knowledge,and an enduring taste tar reading novel entertainies;and instructive '
And now a louder about! they give, ei ; and has the following lines as hibouDdalie. Fish Sophia M :Sylvester is better accon>plished by this interesting 1\1. comprising the dil"ereat brace., '

t'JIurrub we'll build another!." ., to wit: the 1st line tuns G Ryerson John HShoemaker periodical than by any means bitberta at ular literature lOch II Tall 'ott..1IIIt1..

from flake at tho mouth of Buckle *e Guthrio Alfred M.lleriot S tempted. Criticisms au,Notice ofiw me i ...
"Left make ourselves a little sea- a H Ed. There. are now schools in every part of the mon Sporting Ancr*+at Sketches of IU a.
'lite ocean is too largo Creek South 95 degrees West 112 chain B D country that take some twenty, some thirty, Manner PoU c Report! Pries C81.... "
This tub will do for)tuand me to a pine thin 2d line runs from said Major ward some forty, and some as many as sixty aix copies the r-mia Markets Forei-p band D ic ...

I'o sail our little barge." pine South 60 degieei_ East 174_ chain. _Hutbcr Mr SparhawkVm of this Magazine j and the 1 cacfaera one ICllieenee an abstract ud ....., "
to a pino the 3d line L runs trora laid lull Chauncy Sued M-jor Na and recommend its use and important* in all matters which may OJIaI raters let
\ Bear children! thus through life your joys East 154 chainsto I Hill Elizur thaniel the must unequivocal manner: and arc exerting general readrr.
South 82
Kay lnbbViii! you then pieta degrees Harris thrrnselrcs to increase its circulation.To The original articles of the COUlUla
Capt
Still laugh as o'er your childish toys. f, a pino the 4th lino runs from said A C Saures Genaro such u are yet unacquainted with Par. contributed hI the abrcat write" the ::
Hicks c
And think they'U rise gain? i I pine South 33 degrees East 175 W ley's llsgsxme,we would state some ol the try, and in the selection or IIIYer..

chains to a pine the 5th line runs from Holt Garth Washington Henry interesting topics that it presents. l the publishers bile estensift fcciCwte ,.w;
And when life' ocean Item too wide said South 5 degrees West 123 I 4 1. Natural History Ol'hearts, birds Mahes, ,I exchange Kit includes the most American
Your quiet course to trace pino from Ives Washington 'V;h'..... otBI CmilML! in..*'. -ttUnia. flowers. trecsj the Jour ala I ami among otAer '
Say !'furM wisely I turn .aside chu.nt In a pine-the 6th line runs .me, be. i cats crutch they reeei v e from VfOId.
Williams Johu S 2
South 15 degrees East 123 2. Biography Especially of the Youn specially y a
: Ana choose! a humbler" place said pine ? eiumera:ed BuI.t"a new
chains to a pine-and the 7th lino runs L Welch Mrs An- 3 Geography count ct plates, man I the Melropolitan, Fn.zcr'JIUiJkl Noa Loc:; :

4 ,,'". And will yon as your joys decay, from said pioo North 85 degrees East Loving R drew ash, customs, &c. LiteraIJ Gazette B.ukwoodaltKN% ...'
first one and than he other, stake the Picolataroad. Loring Charles Wood Dr Andrew 4. fravete and Voyages in various parts of La Belle Aatapbl ce. World of Irv
110 chains! a on ..
.
'to
tbe world. the '
Sfeottt& United
on as one hope sinks away, Lisk James C D Service JournaL
.. Alto ono thousand acres at a S. of the Curiosities of
Lively Mr.
'Hurrali! I'll build another Lee descriptions Agent WILIER they are.. .
.Ib.! placo culled Cedar Hammock or Bagg's EliuVillil1on E B A'atvrg and wfrr,-m etch of the U. S. and in with ihe choicest English .
tho South of Moscll's; \ I M Witticar Mr other Countries. the John Bull Bell1 Life ia papers inc1ucm1
ilamroockon part London.
tee
]'c '
beuco
I Aiintty -Ninety years thousand McWhir Rev Web 6 Lessons on objects that daily surround in preparing the contents GIbe
of
two acre
and not u single roan or woman DOW' pond-being a part 4 Children in the Parlor. Nuisery Garden,&c. atmt regard is pliI to Newt. COUttEl
AU
twenty yeats of age will be alive.-; which( were granted to George I. T. July "ill. 1834. .ccuuntlo' trades and empio' )rnents. intelligence. up lathe late.dtles,is iavam.lorefe,

Ninety y far'alas burr many of the Clarke in absolute pmpeity on tho UHI.! BKRNARDOSEGUI.P.M.: 7. Particular duties ol the yming-to Parents. bly given I amt whenever. press of iaportaat
.. 1811 alto five liumlrcda.cres .Teachers Urothers, Ststeis, &c. mal l
lively acturs at preseut on tbe stago of of February, er may rrq'streitaextnrrdft be p"-
and about the head of Deep Notice.QnmiE 8. tiible Lessons and stories. tithed. The summary of domestic
at .
affairs
life will make ,heir exit long ere ninety ( is
9 Such well autbenti- *
Narratjns as are mure complete, correct sod f&iJ1ane
Creek which itself into the St. embodies
empties
COIIillSSION
years: whaUro they A tale that UNDEUS1GSKD cattOj Original Tales. 'a greater extent and
variety of
is told ; a d.('an..; an empty sound th.tf Johns river on the East side, peing part .Jl era give notice that books are now open 10. Parables! FautLS and Proverbs, where thin can be found in any other iaformUoa
of a tract of two thousand acres which at Jacksonville to receive ubscrpt on for I the moral obvious anJ excellent. addition! paper u ia
fissetb on the wings; the wind to a condensed s'atctreat of
lorcS
away
,,,,
fhridt and Jad'
I'eitJniuto
Stock in *
the
saidGrorgoI. F. Clarke 11 Poetry Adapted to the ytuthful cars ties t a of .;
f and is forgotten/ Yea. shorten us ra+.n were grunted titlt Rail Rand under the actol incorporation synopsis pas ing events in ill putt
advances on the 13th February 1811. Also' five Company City and frelmga. of the country is regularly prepared sad ...
in agrj. like thu degrees off granted by the k>gi Mive Council 12. Intelligence; Embracing: accounts of lishcd. r
f loi'gitude, man's life shortens as IItS tr".v huuilrcd acres at ana about tho bead of at the last session and that the Bocks will I Juvenile Cooksr, Societies, and Remarkable 'I he EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT
els the said Deep Creek being the tomplc- continue openturing th," time prescribed b> braces eat.
} inwards the frozen poe, uutil it cwiu* Occurrences renews of new publications tom
thousand acres first above law. ISAIAH 1). II MIT. > Many d tie above subjects are illustrated the fine
dies to a ,point and vanishes for evci.- meat 00 J uomri' art, &c t remarks RencnJtcp
WM J. MILLS |
nvnitionrd : taken as tho olG by numerous ai.d be.tiful Engravings, prepared descriptions of public improvement .
Is it potible that life is ot so short du jpruprtty July, 15th liJ-'. l -3wr. seise.meets
the best. and slectea' not
by rats, only flic.
ducusaiontof
.' I. F. Clarke st tho suit of Archi | suitable a.Ljteue
all oipc
Will the
ratios ninety years erase with a view to cubrn IhetNt., but *u im dramatic criticisms. be. This
gold-'n lianas (over the doors In town and bald, Clark MEDICAL COLLEGEOr prune tl.e tastt, cultivate the mind and raise has been. ant will continue to be deranatBt coal

C country, .md substitute others in she i I SAMUEL BLAIR, Marshal.Fib. THE STATE


11"1t.ViII all the blooming bcauti 2dli 1834 '1U-:)w LECTURES in this irmitu : worliy Ubjrcts.Ve should make them bet. Whatever. cornea fairly within obte nbo,.
The above salo is until lerchildirn, tlC-tn br'dhtrbetter asters'le'ter .*. 1'' be frankly dealt with, and
fide and the idea fid posponed will the secondSat- no stationer
,
disappeared s Lrgiu on
pi {pas .
b ascociitts in the
tier and
pupil
indue; wi.f! lets the
tio.ithelovehopr and joy 1..1I1IwcI.io Saturday the 24ih. day ol August.MA1ISIIAL'S urduy in Novcnibor next, ntul! close on tn.l better ciUzens.t c'pres ce Ion of im'ms!'ed urinion prtmpt and decided

ninety years,and be forgntttent "Ninety the first Monday in Mnirli following.Anatomy. :; I his II ip tine_ comes out every ether Sat. In fine th. EA1LUDAY COUniElpnTes.se .

newts l"! seaYs death, "do you think I.. .-J. KouAnos: IluLUmn Ole, : urj-iy,and is sent to any purl of the U. S. bj to be U.e Nrgest c+t'Jftt.cst divert

i i} ban wait ninety yrM>t Behold to dB.j SALE.By M. D.Surgtry.JOHN. mail.-Prtae.One Dolhr a year.in IdY nce.G .- fi'd, er.teriainmg and instructive veeklf
and to morrow and one is mine. When virtue of o writ of fieri facias WACNEH, M. D. I cr.pit for SSs :copies for g5! ; ('r5 quit.parts newspaper:sued from tie A'nrcan: prrn.-
I: i issued out of tho Superior Court I k.'ly tar gJ. Postage> wise quar.n.o' Tile p listen catn; ffr Its content a efctN
,
: ninety yeah are past this generation j' Institutes wild Practice of J/er/icinr act-ntif lard r 100 miles, one cent and a
i acter of vi ra-us ar'Rinality.jwdkiom .eke
have mingled with the dust, and bo icr&cnaberod lor sirs Epstein District of Florida, and I iS. HCNBV DICKS., %J. D. quarter otTv* for the greatest d sts'.cr. ton.extensive variety. ; and :interest'o detai,

001." to me directed and delivered I will expose Chtmittry.-tuMusn RAVENF.L.lJ.DI LILLy WAIT, k CO. Uoston. and they invite compariscn with conteapcmjpublications.

__r to public ale in front oClho CourtHouse I Matcria M idle a.-ULNUY R. FBUST .

An immense weight may ,bo raised a in the city of St. Augustine, on .11. D. rnr.Miujis.!
the seventh December $10O nEW ARD.m Persona tirocurinr fire lubfcribcrs to tail
Saturday day of
short distance by fist tightening a dry llGstctt 'c5. THOMAS G.
t r PRIOLCAIT
next between the hours of 10 o'clock I! \N AW Ylromlhe subtcnbcrvn Site paper and forwirdinr the anvunt of a jtirtsubscription.
rope between it and n support, and then M. D. mill be Jit led
14th April last, his two men Ten DoHan en U
A. A1. Mad 2 o'clock. P. M. of that date' negro
I wetting the rope. Thr. moisture mLib-1, j Physiology-JASize MUVLTEIC, Jr. 1'iilNCKand I COLEItAlN. a sixth ce-rj t Rratis
%ed into the rope by pillaiy attraction the following property, to wit : ony'I M. D. PRINCE is spout 2J years of ate, dark Persona fnrwsruln ttn.rtJblflb rt. td,

causes it to Laeome ..holt.r.eI. house and lot situated on Gem ge tree JAbIESMOULTRIE. Jr. complexion, about sa.leet high with rxund remitting twenty IoHtr,will be entitled to
r in the city of St. Augustine, and bound v.llxe. an extra copy and a discount! of 10 reritat.

f; ,. A of blue vitriol carmine ed on tbe) tioith by a lot belonging to DeaD of the Faculty.. CULEItAIN is about 20; or 55 }ears of ages Person onrsrrfing( fifteen subscribers sad
,t.- grain or July 2-17 +x feet high, ol light: complexion and stoultrd j thirty dnUart gilt be entitled! to an extra
Col P. H. Purrault the East
; will tinge a gallon of water sq that in on by bod '1 hey were formerly property ol copy of the paper an,l a ee pyef Lord I,.
\ every drop the colour way be perceived; I? George street, on the south by a lot be William p. Kelly,and are sell known upon ron'a Work. SirVater Sco't's MTorkf et

and a single grain of musk will scent a I longing to Mrs. Capo uVid on the west Administrators Sa.Ie.' tbe St. Johns Rivtr. any other wink of a aimi'ar cbaiacttr sad

too ) for twenty years. by Maria Sanchez,or bridge,, creek ; In* be sold at public sate at Net nans The above reward will be paid for their nlue'.wllicb may be preferred.Uncurrcnt .
( ti ken aa the proper of F. M. Aredundosurviving WILL m the last Saturday in JIIJy) ,bei delivery to me or ia St. lUrys Jail so that I notes of solvent banks received
of Airdondo and i' I w*'t n the hoursol 8 o'clock in the forenoon get them. A further te' artl of one hundred stpar.Address..
One pint of water, converted into partner and 6 o'clock in the afternoon. all the dollars will be paid for proof to the conviction .postage raid tn.
steam, fills a spare of nearly 200 pints, son, at the suit of Asahatl 1 Howe, surviving al property of Martha Sheffield, late person.of A* of their being harhoiired by any white \vnnnWARD t SPRAGQ.Ko. .

and raise the piston of a steam engine partner ot lluwo and Dimon. l chua county, deceased at which time anti renon.1LLIAIJ T. HOPKINS. 2 Athenian* Buildings, FranUn Place.PbiliAepbiL.

o with a force of many thousand pounds. SAMUEL BLAIR, 1\1,1I1IaJ., ) place the terms 01'lilt' will be made known Jefferson. Geo. May 6th 1838t' !
St. Nov. 5 i 1833. UENF.T II. DKLL. N. B. Edit rs Inwrilnjrihe above aJrtrtiseoent
Aug. if.
It afterwards 37-
be
may condensed and ESTATE 'OF PABLO
SAUATE ef tbn'r
June 18,1834 DEC and forwsrtlins copy re
Tho above sate is 13-6., AdBi.r.
appear us & pint of trait r. posponcd until lEaUBSCBinfcUS: bavins;obtained let. speetire papers tn bit ogee (marked) wiD
Saturday the 24tb.d.y of August. ; 4.\ ten ol be furnished with the Saturday Courier
I. i OURi EEKS after date I shall Ammistration upon the Estate ol i.ot
I do not pity a person groaning under I make application to the judge of Pablo Sabate late of tbe County of St Johns, one year

the miseries ol the tooth ache, who has OTICE is hereby given to all persons the County Court of Nassau County for,deed.hereby, all notified persona to baring present claim them>>srairut for it are .

not courage enough .to have the tooth -L.,. interested thai Deputy Sur so order or decree to sell the real Es within the time prescribed by law payment or they ESTATE OF LUSEBIO COV1EZ, DEe.SIX .

ultracted. I vry.'rs! will be en? gedfMim( the first of tate of lust Barber deed, late of Nassau will not be forever barred. All persons in'! WEEKS after slate ,I rdapply to its

-r November next until completed) in tbe I r County, to pay debts duo by said debted to said Estate, by bond, note cr otherwise .! the Judge o! the County Court a

SALE. survey of that section of country embra* Estate, in order to save' the slaves belonging are repuired to make pat raent there! 51: Johns County for letters ad aiaiaUatiaaon
By> VtU Ub: of a writ of vuulitioi.i ExMARSHAL'S crd between the Gulf of Mexico and the thpfrto. of. ANTON.O ALVAREZ.ItAMON } Admr', I the Estate: of Eusebio U. Gomez lata of
uued tlfthe SABATE, laid Count. Deed. ASJES N.GUULD,
out
p..nas Superw CUUf' Atlantic Ocean, M' specially designatedbt JOHN WILLIAMS admr. July 3d. IRS. 1834. '
fur ittc B fctern fjictnct of Florida anu to me. 15UKGLLAK rlw July 5d Js-G.
Jirectt'j delivered, I will expose pub. DiMritts loitered A. B. C D. E. & F.in July 17th 1834. 19-4w. -- L

lie kale in tront U thf Cuurut uuvr *m tde Cit> I n diagram deposited, with the Keeper T 1 PA'a'8ETWE1N ,

uf bt. Augustine on Saturday the 26th d y ol of the Archives ,t St Augustine for the A CARD.MR. ST. AUGUSTINL AND Notice.ALL .

April next.be:. eJ\ the huursof It o'clock. information C\Cthe community, togcthei PHILLIPS1 Senior takes this persons interested In the estate of
A. H. and 3 o'clock I*. AI I. of that dry the I Ifollntintr with tho fraction around said City and property,to wit: A Itouw snd lot .ix months alter this the
date shall apply to
fcfgroutd in U rraek watt City of St.Augus the island ol AnllitBI U. The surveyof chitin industriously circulated that ,,he ..IB. THE ifgular Picket Schr. ,Judge pf the county court for the cuanty of

V tine irotttmjjun Charlotte street,bounded. on the city will, also be executed under intended to quit St. Augustine. Ho re. &IK SAMUEL MILLS, Lfssasucsawrcic I St.John, for a discharge from tut duties of
tile North by a lot vf Charitable todety on special instructions, copies nf whichcan s pec i fully informs his pa'rons dnd the ; will continue running between Executor of said Estate.

the SouM 'jy h lot cfLUmbias,on the east by ne seen by stppplying to the city I i jCiliznos generally, that ho purposes be above ports, throjjhout tbe )'ear. JOHN LEE WILLIAMS.
Cliarlutt street, '.kt'R" the of' Her Cabin is commodions and June 18 18J4
property bandsoraelt 13-fa
Maria Caruni, at the suit of Hubert Mickler'I authorities or Keeper of the Archives ;keeping his Academy open ns long as he furnisbeu and fitted !
for the
aforesaid which! receives of express : secant ...._.... .
and Anua his wife Admrx. i will enable nil persons shale patronage and the moth HUM of Passengers. The table will be .

8AUUBL OLAtB, Uarshal. i to act advisedly on this interesting sub confidence of his employers. supplied with the best the Markets afford.Capt. .-

The attnre sale is postponed until the ftth July act. The same requirements are exact July 30 iy- 9.takes this opportunity to return his N oti ice.

!; The above wale is postponed until tbe ed of the claimants, with regard to the I' grateful thanks for put favors and to solicit a SUBSCRIBER having recai-

'I second day of August; next survey of' private claiml,a. hercieforo i irj Notice.'ALl. and continuance*the Public.of the patronage of his friends THE loners ol adaioistretioo oa

'i" July 17, 1834. similar cases to enable the Deputies it Persons having demands against the 9i Augustine, July Sd.1834. 15-tf. Ibo Estate of Waters Smith dec. ootict

: "hi'aboye r ta c U postponed until the. 7th perform their duties under the laws and : :state of Wm. Walker late' of Nassau is hereby given to all Persons haY;"

day i> September next_ their instructions and for tho faithful'County<< dec. will p1e se render them in duly Superior Court,-Eatt Florida. demands against said estate to prcst&t

o r Marshal Sale.BY performance of which they are -bound\\.utbtnticlted.4 I' and come those forwasd indebted and make to said im IN CHANCERY. loom within the time limited by If*

VIKTUE Ida writ ol fieri fades issued under heavy penalties and oath ol office.I mediate payment Maria R. Rodiiquex, "J. duly authenticated and all who are iCe

out ol tbe Superior Court ot tbe Eat I therefore again and again take occa ,,'al. A. HOSSELL. VI. debted to said Estate are required to

ten district of Florida to tbe Maralial directed \ eion, to solicit all \persons havinj I Qualified Executor William Hanford & Marl f to make immediate payment.

,and me delivered, 1 will expose at public claims to be surveyed within the limit July 17,1834. 178 rESTATE Hanford, bit wile.ON j SARAH ALISON. ad sale in front of"the Court House
in the Town kttignaUd, that the will afford o UOTION ol abe comphinaat's 8oUci- 21 19-4"
) July 1834
ot Dual
every
County
Jacksonville on
Saturday facility to belo officers OP JOHN B.PfcLLIClEB DECSIX sitar and it having; been made to .
the But of as ap
day September ne= ,for cash, all required ky
WEEKS after date 1 pear to the Court by affidavit that William
will ,
the and former notice enable them apply to the
titghttUle interest ot Joshua
A. Cof. to lay down Hanford
.tbe of the one or then efendant, In the above TBBf&ORIDA
fee, or, in and to a certain tract ol land, sttua their claims without Judge County Court of
impeding tho sir St,John. County for letters of Administra cause, resides out of the Jurisdiction of this
ted on the west aide of SI. Johns River, and or the domains. Court and in tbe HEBALDr
public United
about two miles North of the toys lion on tbe Estate ot John D. PelUcier late State. It is there
and oa the bead branch of Ue'Gert'e Doctor's Lake. Surveyor's oilee Tallabau June. 1834. of said County Deed. fore Ordered that tbe said William Hanfbrd 19 PUBLtSHDEVERY '
Creek t R. BUTLER JAMES PELL1C1EB dp appear and answer the said complainants 1 JlURSDAY.n
and bouaded as follows, that ia to aay lit line
Sur. July 3d 1834. IS-'w, bill of complaint on,or before the ninth day
lUna North 10 degas. \,. 69$0,100 chains, Gcn.of Florida of
September next, otherwise -the said Bill
ltake-X-IU... ---
at
begin a pine ends -
;
at
pine, 20, 8 40 degress W. 20 50-000 chains a, THE SUBSCRIBER I CLAIMS UNDER TilE NINTH will It is farther be taken ordered pr rtn/ettt that tbla against order him be t and 1'..... .. GOwD.

to a pu-5Lb, 69 degrees, E..s3 cbalni.Gth duly .elected and ARTICLE. lisbed week till pub*
BEING qualified once a the said ninth day of
tY. 46 degrees E. 35 chains. AT
7th W Subscriber receive
44 Claims
un. September Dext,1A the Florida
chain to the beginning, containing six hau. Johns as Surveyor of St. THE the 9th article t and will give his Dated 8k Augustine this Herald.. FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
Stb day of
County informs May
tired and (arty acres,taken in execution (up. the public that personal attention to their adjustment before BOBT. RAYMOND
'to vn the fereelofure ot a mortage) aa the bo is ready to receive orders tribunal. REID
the sad
any Having
pertainmicg proper some
pro .
e.
pert, of aW 1-- A. Coffee at the suite!. to that Depanmenr. ,and befog thoroughly acquainted experience with Jucp S.I, Cntrt, .,-ADnTlIIIRft {flterted at
WUnta Levingstoa. Bale to Diet. ..17Iri8. DOLIA&t! for t&d! first I ia
commeace CHAS. E. HAWKINS. the nature and circumstances of these claims B. A.. PUTNAM.GmptaH. per acquire ,
w.tblfl HM !twin pre ribed by law. whatever business onthia description may be &,litltlr. ratios and FITTT C>qnTI rW esc

..July" 18-1"WILLlAsI Dept.II1CKUAN Iriarsha, tutJ 17, 1834. County Sur"Jer. fulness.entrusted to him will be transacted, B. with faith A True 0 opy.,-Test, E...dSBS, sube'gnat .... Loader adze" ,
a' CQULD. C'tIrt. aea1l1. properties,as! tree oa w"

.. I 16th July 183. ."711th. 113t, ks ewi4.m* tkia.....
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