Florida herald
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Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1834
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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jAETflOEITT.TgR I Stan bay'to the main sea;except as,here* sue of processor authority of tbe Stato the fourteenth day of July, eighteen* Sec. 2. ;And be it further enacted That- .
1 ... I II Scatter otherwise of New York .
particularly hundred and
thirty the
two the
lama pension said corPs shall, at all limes bo sub
ed. mention-I ARTICLE SLVENTH. Criminal pro having. boon intended fur said Ben* feet lo, and under the laws and regulations
Article Second. The state cess issued under the authority of Lisa 'jamiu Grover, lo commence af the same which hereafter
are, or be
may ,
York shall retain its present jurisdictionof t State of New York,against any person timo as by said act is provided. established for the better of

lId oVer ledlow' aDd EI is's Island; accused of an offenco committed within. Approved, Juno 30ih, 1834.PUBLIC. the navy, evctpt: when dctaeuen government for service
end shall' also retain eselusivo jurisdiction that State; or committed 01 board of any with the order of the President
of ado over the other islands lying vessel being under the exclusive Jurisdiction I [ Nu. 44] of the United-rmy by States

in the wafers above mentioned and now of that Stalo.a* aforesaid or I AN ACT to amend an act rotiu/*.! "An act" 88':. S. And be it further enacted
under the,Jurisdiction of that State. committed against the regulations madeor i 1 annex a part of the State tit New' Jersey to That the officers .
t1".D _TATES, 'ANDJ& Article; !I 'hird. The State ol New be the collection district of New York lo n non cornml loned of
-unor. I to made by that State in relation 1 I ficers, musicians and privates shall take .
the office ,
ssest0N 01'THC: TnNAI move of collector ol Nia&ra lo .
r&M1' : York shall have nod enjoy exclusive Jurisdiction to the fisheries mentioned in the fifth "'
article J.ewi.owri | lo make Cane St. Vincentin the oath prescribed by lawt ana that all ** ..
TT-TBIBD CONGRESS. of and over all the waters of and also civil process issued under the district ol Sacketu* harbor a portol enlistments shall be fur the term of rqur. ...J-
the bay of, New York; hud of and overall the authority ot the Slate of New York delivery! and' nut or the districU of Miami which '
marines .
during : *
[PCBLIC No. 40] I IAN the wa.era. or the Hnd'ClD river lying against any. person domiciled in that and tliumiri'i; to make two new districts, yeats enlisted shall be and period so 1.
to provide fur the location to be called are herebY, ex* '.
ACT4ad claims in the Territory of west of Manhattan Island and to the State, or-against (properly taken out of |I Tech'.and and empt tram:all personal arrest for debt or
tl south of the mouth of Spuyttoduyvel that State, to evada iho laws thereof contract. .

A-ui the Senate end creek ; and of and over the lands cover may be served upon any of tho said waters if Be it enact by the senate and House Sec. 4. And be further enacted
# emetcdy ed the said the low within the Representatives of lAc Vnlted States ,
by waters to watermark exclusive jurisdiction of
United That the officer of the Marine
efR&reM****** "f tAe America in Corps
.. on the westerly or Now Jersey the Stale of New Jersey, unless suchtperson assembled,That
shall be in relation
tf America in Congress Qiem- there shall. be Iiaidanunuall to rack, on the same
fete side thereof fttbject to the following shall{ be board y io the color
; or on
property a
officers of similar
the tatiS footing as ;io
the proviso !o act 'lector size of grades
That Franklin
W..lm act io extend tho time for locatittttri.KJ rights of property and jurisdiction of iho vessel aground upon or fastened to the district; of Teche port io lieu of ,all in the the army; Provided: Thai no cffirer of

deBitloBs in Arkansas;* State of New Jersey, that is to say. shore of the SiaioofNew Jersey, or mands against the der- Ibo Marine, Corps, shall exercist command
1. The Stato of New shall fastened wharf thereto government of
Jersey to a adjoining or I.
thirteenth day of January, United Slates for over any c8"1)'ard,, or vessel of
the house
have the exclusive of in unless such shall bo under rent, storage, .
right&: property person arrest the United States. -
and thirty bo and the and
baadred the
ao forth
ptetn; pcilod and all toru. i end to the land under water lying west or such property shall be under scizuic, and dolors sum of two hundred St;,. ,. And be it further enacted
fifty ,
....e hereby of the middle of the bay of New YOlk, by'irtuo of process or authority of the That the officers of the Marine Cr.< .
aid claims or to ba made shall Juno |i',
..r of s affected by said ,.and west of the middle: of that part of State of New Jersey.ARTCLD SOib 1834. shall be entitled<< tt, and recfivo iho
nmwue'e be the Hudson river which UM between EIGHTH. This -
BELL, agreement [Public.' No. 4. I same pay, emoluments, and allowance.
R. It ..rtf cntatiresM. Manhattan ;Inland and hew Jmry. slail becomr binding on the two States AN ACT to en-hie: the S crcur] of tate as are now, or may hereafter be,allowed
s.pet.broftheU.. VAN BUREN, 2. The S aato of New Jcttcy vlr.ll t hi'n. confirmed by the Legislatures purchase the papers sad bucks> tf GeneralVsluiig to .to officers of similar grades in the infantry '

Vtee Frew&Jt nl the Jotted 8utet and have ;the exclusive, juri+diriion e.I! ami Ihcr"of respectively, and when upprov \ !on. of the army, except the adjutant and

rr l dent et.the Senate over the, w| awns, ili.cksand impiuve-I .d by the Congress of the United Be it enacted by the Senate and I inspector who shall; ho entitled to the

AjrovfdJuni 28th. 1834."ANDREW ments, Otaje and to b" made ..u the Slith'. Haute of RePresentatives of the Unittd I samepay, emoluments and allowancesas

JACKSON. shore of thn-|id State: and of and over Done i in four parts (two of which arc Wales of America in (..ongret ass cm. I are received by the pavroatter of...;id

all vessel" itgrouitd on said shore, or fits retained by the Comniissinnora nf New o/tfiYThat the sum of'"enayliyo thou I corps; and the non commissioned of

[P0BLIC., No 41.] tened to any such wharf or dock; except York lo be delivered lo the Governo/ sand dollars bu, und the same, hereby I ficeis, musicians and privates, shall be

XACTtare 'trnc 'O Pre-emption rightantkerjttt that tho said vessels shall oe subject to of that State and tho other two of appropriated, to be paid out of money i entitled to the same pay rations, clothing .

*.>..atttrn lirnct of Louisiana tin quarantine or health law, and laws which are retained by she Commissioners in the Treasury not otherwise any and allowances, as they now to*

Bttt enseted by the Senate and {in relation to pnsscngers, of the State of of New Jrrsny, lo delivered to propriated, to enable the Secretary ap of ceive.

lI.J Representatives of the United N.,\,. York which now exist or which th' Governor nf that SHIP) ut the City State to purchase the manuscript' Sec. 6. And be it further enactef,

ors America in Congress asterniW may hereafter be pasted nf Now Y ol.k .sixteenths dy of September pets and a portion of the printed books pa That the staff of said corps' shall DP taken -

Tbat tbf pro-emprinn right granted 3. The State of New Jersey hall in this year of war Lord one of General ,Washington, the saKJ (torn the captains sod subalterns of

by the regifter and receiver of the have the exclusive, right of regnl+tin g thousand eight liitndied and thirty lint books to be deposited and 1 preserved papersand the corps.

ked 0100 It New Orleans, to certain the fuhcrifr on the westerly side of HIP and of the independence! of the United ;in the Department of Stale, under the Sec. 7. And be it further enacted,

iaMaals claiming the same, in the middle of tho said waters, Provided, Slates, thin filiy ,'hi.B. regulations Secretary shall prescribe. That ihe commissions c
s.etbeutera I.Gd district ot Louisiana, That the navigation be r\ot\ obstructed F. BUTLER1'ETER Appruved, June SOib, 1834. now in the Marine Corp shall not be

ejltr the act of Congress approved fifth I or hindered.. AUGUSTUSJA* Vdcuttd by this act, and that the Presi .

April eighteen hundred and thirty IWO, Article Fourth. The State ol New IIE 'RY SEYMOUR [PUBLIC. No. 46.] dent of the U. Stairs waY durfog bee re* ,

tailed tlaa act supplementary to the York shall have the exclusive juritdic TtlEO. FREI.KNCJIIUYSEN AN ACT autuorulng the I'trkiuent of tUe! cess of :he Senate first b YI.promotions .

Ie"rallaw. fur lie sale of oublic lauds,'* 'I lion of and over iho waters of the Kill JAMES PARKER United S atea to cause certain roads to be according lo tank and then b)r selections

SflJ the act apjirovtd fifiiH>mh Jutif, Van Kull between Staten Island 'and LUCIUS Q. C.E LMER. optne.l t ,< Arkansas. appoint, the officers hereby .uiliotiifd'

tigMeei) hundred and tinny two nisi. 'N Jcuey to the trestertnost end of And whuit'ns the said tigiecmcnt lintrnnfiiqicd It til enacted by the Senate and which appointments shall bo subumitd

tW "an act toautlimiao the inhabitants Shuoter's Island hi respect to such I hepn by th Legislatures of House ofJifprettntativetofthe United by the Senate at their next I' salon, for

of tfefl State of Louisiana to enter the qutiinline; l.iw, anti lau regulating I thin md Slatr-s of New Yoik Uhd New States uJ America in Congress aticm. their advice and consent.

bidslsols," be, and the same is lie rely : p.i*,pnc Mf, m nowciistor may; licreaf- Jersey, jpcctivcly.Therefore. bled That the sum cf ten thousand del Sec. 8. And be il further "enacted

tftftfin&ed and the to inter of ciao laud' tr to"passed I uncle: list; autlmriiypl' I tht lays be, and the same is hereby appro* That ibe President be and ho ia tine-

are it hereby directed to issue patmit State, nnd fnr rxfcuting: the snow; rd Be it cnattnl by the Sena'te and houses priaird, out of any money in the Treasury b"athorized to Prescribesuch military .
the United not otherwise. appropriated regulations for the !dittiplj&e, of theM 0 .. .
certificate accordingly.I rata said Stuart shut) have exclusive juri- of Rtprt tentative of States to ena : .
SfC., 2. And 1>. il further cnutfW d...;..... (.. /1.A t.rw.a.i1A.Pt ..,t'..... .,_ 'nf Am "'*...:- /'_.- -. A* "' ,<|MlH| CU 1t_ P... J" a .4..- V.'ivu "'Jlltt.'ft I .!! ?,,.(COfPJ.... ..1.. -tit. C' **'. ;*"*5"" Cw
road bo "ut u oaJlCUICUI.
'. cause a lo from Helena
the C1r the sound from ihfrstnrmoM the consent of ihe Ci issgress of I 'U United opened ,:,
Tlltt the raido under the %er water be
IU Sec. 9. And it ,
further enacted
resurvey Arkansas
end of Shooter's Island' to Slates is hnrby {!ivrn to the said] in Territory, fo the mouth of
of tko l ofLotisitll That much of the
Mnrnwa sutvcyorg'ncrul Ciicho river toad so fourth section of aa
und CI.tla! nod ; MSO, a Icadrabtom
In lo
vetseUUontiil Hgreernenl n',
,of certain lands tn the bayou 1Vaadbtid ;o creek, ns to' till evnypurl th JacLioii, in tho county Lawrence I net, passed the sixib day of July, in the
end articlotiiert'of Provided :\t by
acid State ofti..w ,
1 ill ,the
Vincent in sections : t'i nny pitt thousand hundred! and .
designated "
nothing thciein ronluined shall be conulrued Liberty and FMyc-tlevillo, in thu county 1 year one eight ,
ambers Una hu adred and ten oed oi.BM4re4aad .c, York. ttrTfCl of Washington! in iho aforesaid Terrilo- twelve entitled "An act making further 4piovision ..
FIFTH. The SlatO of:New In impair or 111 any manner I .;
forty three in township Aurici.r. Fort Smith And I for the of the U. S. and .
right uf jurisdiction i nl the United ry, to : 01.0. That the array f
Mild! exclusive ju nny 4
thkteea of fourteen east situateis J.r.y shall liavo enjoy, for other of other act
raago sum of seven thousand dollars be and. purposes, or any
of States: in and over thin UlaiuN or waters srthe
d nil sun waters
the sotithetttern, district of Lotmiana iisiliction n ever authorizes the President confer
the is as to
amo hereby
for tin-
britvooit Stnun Island nnd which fuiin the subject ol this sid agree appropriated! :
ihe sound
ted which rewrvey purports to include ) purpose of loaning and brevet rank on such officers of abe army

fee uaprovemefits of the actual' 1"'lleu.itIHO Ne" Jersey J lyinjj; foutli of\\'oodbridgnrr.l'k ant.Approved June 28th 1834. ,road from Strong' (a point constructing on the mil*a or of Ihe marine corps, .a shall have'
Its limits claiming the tight of and of unit over oil the Mutes tuiy road from Mejihi to Latin llock) I aervcd ten years many one grade, ,t* of Kmitati bay, l lying, : u....iwurd of-a lino I be, and the same hereby i i' repeated and
p"- eapiioo thereto under tho act of by Lelcbfifld in Jackson county,' to I ; .
flto April,fifteen hundred and thirty drawn tram tim liylit': !b'ne, at Prince'sbay creek AN ACT grau'.ir-f[PUBLIC* ptnsiur* lo 33 certain] persons BatH villo, in iho Tciritory nf Arkansas.Appioved ': so much of the secoad section of an act

tto,tlorot aid, be and the*tame is herety loilirt mont'i flf Mattavab ; tlirrt'n nlm ('. ,Juno 30/1, 1834. i I p isscd tare sixteenth of April cue ihoti "r.-
Site toi'iiuing rights of properiv sand eight hofrdird and eighteen 'itled 7 .
tr en
ceafirmed and be subject II I
; paymrm may Be it enacted by the Senate and House I
tattle and pa twits issued in accordance and! of j.; i >.iction of the State of of Reprsentatives the United Slates [PUBLIC. No. 47.] 1 "An act regulating the pay and emoluments .
N, Yml'.1Iu I if many : of brevet officers," as be
therewith. w. in aitcnlLd That AN .1HT to .usprml 'be op'rations. oFcertain may applicable
Auzeyw Juno 28th 1834. 1. Thn State nf New York shall have of America Congress provisoes of**an act to alt.r and amend the I 1. to the clause herein &!>.*.. rte ,
In and to the Secretary nf War be, stud he is If'Ye'alact, imposing duties the
the exclus'iM rijrhl fif properly on import. pealed, shall be, and fame hereby
tho bnJ iind'T water lying between the hereby, authorized and directed to pay approved tl.e fourteenth day or July eighteen also is repealed : Provided fwilm.g '
[PUBLIC. No 42.] ___ nut in situ hundred anti two.
___ h' 1.. of any money nut thirty
midland dle ol tlio s'id wad Staten herein shall effect any right already acquired .
A' ACT ginng .be eun%ect ot 'In< Be it enacted by the Senate and by ivu ,ear. e.p r.d ...trvic to :

It iteto afrcei&e or compact entered into be- Tho State. of Now Yoik shall= ,person, the pensions herein granted io I Home of Representatives of the United brevet rank. .
the State of New York raid the Statew 2.
New Jesey, respecting the territorial ttm f'lrlu.ive jurisdiction of andover them respectively, commencing at the States of America in Congress astern- Sec 10. And be it further enacted, .
gland jumd'Ctiimj of said atattaWbercascommiuioners .. / the wharvo, clocks and improve* times set against their names bled That the provisoes of the tenth & That all acts or parts ofn, inconsistent
mnJo and to be made on the and to continuo during leverIl"1 twelfth clauses ot thp second section of with the provisions of this act be, land -
duly appoint ; Island of and over all lives, to wit r the act to alter and emend the several the same are herein le lr.led. .
*J w the or i the State of New York alionj of Staten the of six dol. .
part those or f.stcned Simon Deloach at : acts imposing duties on imports( passed Approved, June SOib, 1834.
**d cooiaiHioiiers d on tin vends aground on the first i I
duly .ppoint that hers per month, commencing on July fourteenth, eighteen hundred and

put of tke State of N Jersey, for site to Itny such vessels wharf shall bo dock subject; except to the day of January eighteen hundred utid !, thirty two; be, and the same are hereby, [PUBLIC. No. 49.] r

Pree of agreeing; opus and spilling: the said laws lend laws in thirty two.Lcvi i suspended until the third day of March IN .ICT to increase and reg"!* e the pav of -
tajwiijiction and territorial limits- of quarranttno or health of the, Stale of Strong, at the rate of six dollars 'nest. And in the mean time, that the the surgeons and assistant itir;:-"n* o' ihe
lat two States have executed certain relation to passengers Ibo army.Be .
per month, commencing on Secretaiy of the Treasury be directed
*Kds.which are contained, in Ibo words New Jersey, which cow exist or fourth day of March eighteen hundred to enquire, whether it be necessary, to it enacted, the senate and House .

hllatriof. vie may hereafter be pasted.- L,____ and thirty one. except, any manufactured articles from of Representatives of the United States
acree.tat and made entered- into- -by I 3. The State of Wow Yhall navo i I John O'Nuil, at Ibo rate of eight dol- the operation and effect of those provi of America in Congress assembled That

between Befljamiit F Butlo,Peter Au- the exclusive right of regulating the :, laaa per month commencing on the first sues by reason of the difficulty aster from and after the passing of this art, no
of Staten
fwwJayasd fisheries between the shore hundred and the duties such person shall leceivo the appointment of
Henty Seymour, duly day of January, eighteen uiuing chargeable upon
cube said water .
IPpeiated oo the part and behalf of the Island and the raidddte; .f thirty two.Benjamin. articles, and that lao make report to .ss sllnllarc"o in the army of the U* .1

State of New York, in pursuance afau ; Provided that the navigation Goodrich at the rate of six Congtess, at the commencement of the mind States, unless he shall have been

!W of the Lvgiflftture of tho said Stair, I the laid waters be not obstructed or hin dollars per month commencing on the next session. examined and approved by an army

tttW"Ma. the tonitcitat dered. eighteen hundred Juno SOib 1834. medical board, to consist of not less than
act concerning first day ol January Approved, ,
and of the State ARTICLE Sa\.. Criminal processunder and two.William three surgeons or assistint surgeons
jerlsdlctt'op thirty
''dhsw York and the State of New Jer* the autlioiity of the State of New Warren, at the rate of sixteen I [PUBLIC., No. 48.] assistant surgeons, nho shall be designs
iielil ptiwd I'RUfI8Ib, 1833.>r tblttit Jersey again any person accused State an dollars per month, commencing ou dN.iCT for the better organization of the led for that purpose by the Secretary nf

PUti and Theodore FralinghuyaenBSum offunco committed within that ; orcommitted the twenty second of January, one thousand i United Slates tMarine, Carp.B. .." War ; and. no perscn snail receive the *
onboard_ of any vessel beingurisdiction and thiee. annointm-nt or an &_!eon in the army. of
C. hundred thirty -- -
!! Parker and Lucius Q eight -rr-------
> of that it enacted by the Senate and .....
exclusive J I United States UDO he shall
the ,
.., trader at the rate ol sis collars
temtttieeert duly appointed George Lynch,
aforesaid or committed against the House of Representatives of the United served at (.." firo' years as an assistant
I part wad behalf of the. State of State as ; month, to commence on America in .....
made or to be made by thou-i States of Congrttt surgeon, and unless! also, lie shall have
2**1"1. ia nsrsuanco of ao tic t ef the irgulathps in relation to the fisheries fourteenth day of November, one i' bled, That from and after the passageof been examined by an army medical

'*s_Leetere .r aid Slate, entitled' that State in the third article; and alsocivil sand fight l hundred and thirty OD' this act, the Marine Corps shall con board consfSbled as aforesaid: .
?. net fer the tetUeaieBt or the tort Ito. mentioned Eli 'Mitchol, at the rate of eight .
officers commissioned
under the authority "list of the following Don Sec. !. And It to further enacted
+al .II"& Jer1tctiction betty ern the I procestl'issopd against tars per moat, commencing on the fourth officers, musicians and pll-I That the surgeons In the army ol the
of New Jersey any bun-
Stites IM State thousand eight .,
ieNwJ Myand New York, et domiciled in that State, or .* day of March one ,vates v z. one colonel commandant, one United States shall be entitled to to*

HHMFeVrairy 18S3. of the other ialMt ptrioa taken out of that State drod and thirty four. the cf lieutnant l colonel, four majors, thirteen ceive the pay and emoluments of a major
PW. property, John G. Wllrk aaD, at rate first lieutenants, twenty who shell'
fo h. laws thereof; toay be serve captains, twenty ; tho assistant surgeons,
AlttilLs FaIT. The boundary lid erode of the hid waters within eight'dollars per month, commencing en ; second lieutenants, one adjutant have served five: yean, shall bo entitled:

beElr.. New York wad New Jersey eel upon toy jurisdiction of the State of the eleventh day of Jaae, eighteen h-n .',:i anti inspector,one paymaster,one quartermaster to receive the pay and emoluments of &
.. exclusive
f a petat It'ae Middle or .NttdseraW the 'YorMnlew such person or pro Bred and Wit' nlae. one assistant quartermaster, captain; and those who shall hate served
: ""'tl' the Point OB t Ie we+4wera0f New board a vessel ground: Sec. 2. Sni one set .ant major, ono quartermaster less than five yean, Ibo fay and .-
... ia the forty first .'f pree O f p
.,nil .Made. at heretofore ertnlned epee er fastened 10, fastened to o is hereby antbo r xed and 'oID eighty thirty drummers eerjeanti, said assistant surgeons shall be entMnd ,
sad aarkel,to the maiD tea shall be the or NOW or such pay tBea aoyin Grover, of Powoal eighty corporals' thirty filers aDd one to receive the same allowance for for i
, J .taC the wl4 river of the bay of 1 under wrest, or such the "eta of VerooBt, thj pewlon grant tbOllllu4 pitratf', 'go &i they ate at present entitled to. ;.
:!nr YorMthe waters bd\.ea SiateaW penH ibatl be eadcr leisure, by ,1rt ea to fee|anise Of oas> If ao act palMcJ I
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., .. ipeecBCi.of too twost. tstta. will{1 coapUtely tbo eyes of 2lr. I I All aeaeeulees of ka. masbyl .c:. .;kt

3. 4a
.That .yery"c u1aad,'. assistant anr.geo4t pea red! i in Lisbon. guished adoption ol the constitution, or the celebrated With regard to too deelarat wa of Mr. IttlSta the atoms .ete,41.-.Mof. wtsisp_.

who shell here served ,faithfully BELGIUM. & iud highly valued numbers write Wyatt io his address, that hell opposed Majesty .e.. Sty, .. I

lea years to these grades,respectively, King LeapoW.il i it said, i Li soon tobeco'lDo tea by-Jay, Msdtsoa aad Hamilton,QUO- 'to the Alien and Sedition laws," to c,,}hllll to topeesma min poBINll1 oI ,

shall bo entitled to receive an increase the proprietor of tho magnificent shed in the volume entitled the "cl.- Inter al !improvecsta a state rot local the aiBOv sftaaer that they troold ..".
which he be entitled Chateau of Eu. bit address to the the lproicctiv9 tariff system beta, if taadteialea aRia" ,,,
of rklieas to maY crafiff. Wo find ia objects, are ta so tenitsriat bad rnmilumjjBKJOO .
I the Belgian
tbi Orders have been given by in the Flondiao. '** the United States Bank and
act. ,
fandprApproved voters Florida, published Had sot u.e GI SpaIaa$''Pt to ell
.. Juoo )()lb. 1834. Goverment for the I immediate repair at Tallahassee the 9th ol August forsooth the proclamation of the President be pleased with lit. do salfl. sad .... II.

1 of the citadel of A warp. The last citation from the old and annulled and the force act, as he calls It, against and to whom bo please? WboM

_, .FORBIGN. contract for the masonry work has been ,Confederation a of the States enteredinto the slate of South Carolina.. bit lI6ttiull taken by a builder of Ostend at 227,000 without the alien and sedition Viceroys and governors if the .1tiIi.bad
1781. With to
the 1st of Marcb regard unfitted bat
on prmenwho the king ..
LATE AND IMPORTANT ,FROM fr. of liad any regard l to tbo constitution of the U- laws, they certainly were impolitic but limit these ttgitimatt ctnU,sad if"sa_.
EUROPE.DISSOUTTIWO The King and Queen Belgium suedelates established on tbo 17th of tvoro not any more unconstitutional al will bad suffered b, taeif ae. ia taiiR .

CHEl's WlNISTRV proceed to France, and left Paris on '1787 together with twelve than any other act of Congress. As to ting of bads. where In the cvideaee ef S
t or EAUL September
tho eleventh tilt. Rouen to meet the one iisjle put hat> beta 2
feir after agreed the la.Ur act, Bank ot tho U. S. he does ag aaaaied
imeat i will bo teen that another derange royal family of France. amendments a years 1783, or even disapproved, ester tibo oS
of the States. so far as tl). that
the people ol DiDO not expressly go say
b" by
if breaking ta- upon BtttweatedBetpenaecwwi
not positive trp
in ih. B iii.h Ministry. Tho Now. it appears that Mi. Wyatt considers they are unconstitutional. Still all his thoughts on thIs"Jwbjett. We are fia4e&tcd
difficulties end discussions between Mr. It is confidently reported that Tabir the old confederation of the State notions strongly smack of nullification.With to our i indefatietbte Dd f.e fee iBtat

r for Ireland and Pacha is about to be removed from the as still in force chick 61 joke with the regard to the proclamation and thinrf, and espeeiany for prele&asf to the
L the Secretary
tle.nn .
t public the M
M.. O'Cttooell appear to have led to head of the fleet, and will be replacedby ,I constitution ; or olio war did ho quota'the the force or bloody bill as It has been Spanish Treaty**<3/7 oftheneyotiaUea, .vf

tins ocrurrence. Lord, Mel- Halil Pacha, the Sultans son in law. >. '2d Article ol that famous confederation called, i in spite of ail that has been said Toe U. States claimed a losf nttof ft&tm,

bOil important the former Home Secretary has who has already once before filled the 1 Ho must have got it without and put in blaze by Messrs. Calhoun.Hayne titles,sgaiest 8pai ,the reckaatkm of*&&

no, by the King 10 form a.I. post of Capudan Pacho.> The command examination flora some ot'the artful and .. Hamilton and McDuffio of So. for a series of years bad been annoying tatjjj

p tx-ea,.w Cabinet nijuioed, of which hoitfU, therefore of the artillery it ill.id. will bo given j i cunning nullifiers who are now blowing Carolina against these documents, we fondly aad it was iatereoortt deainbfe by the both two that Gortraaea Ute dis.J*.:

bet-i'Mo the head, and Lord Aliborp, to Mustafa Pacha, late Governor otl their banesul blasts la the newspapers. 'consider them as wise, prudent and ben ties"which interfered with their friendly fek.

Cliaacellor of the Exchequer, has Tricala, and formerly Chief Secretary Ho meant support his vile and vicious eficial tn the great body of the people lion should be settled.

tin consented to resume the duties of that wh"sc Pnshalik will l be conferred on Sa- notions 01 State sovereignly, so vain, 'of the United. States, viewing the really In 1818 the gorrrameot of the U. Sut ', I

unties him, ulihough it was J'ijre- bir, by whom it will be considered as ridiculous and pernicious in ttio opmiou treasonable proceedings of the state of proposed to Dt Ont to terminate al dtifaea* j
office cca on the following terms
which inJuced that of Eurl an honorable exile. 01 ovetv. true aud rational friend 40 abel i Sooth Carolina 1. to cede! all i
r A fire broko out in Smyrna some I.I peace- justice- stony, and liberty of the I II Mr. Wyatt seems to influenced by the Mitsusippi.Spain territory esstvard of

G..y.A Liverpool paper of the 6th of Juy short time since which consumed build- I people ot ibis United. States undei the the shrewd cunning of Mr. Wilde,. a 2.The eastern boundary be the Cofeada.

) pak t'f lit! dissolution and thecau.te ings and oilier property to the estimated" ctustitutiou. It is, iu truth the vilest highly worthy, learned and eloquentmember 3. Claims for indemnities to be referred te

@fI'thut:- around of X100,000. The chief suffers I I iarctt that' could be ptyed by any act of of Congress from Georgia. Commbsinets.I ,
ore Mr. John Ice, Mr. Majtass, This desirous of I 4. Lands in East Florida and to the Perido,,
t "'fit" alT-iifcof the Grey Administrotion 1\lr'l I I mUll buiuro tbo people gentleman being a reelection to be held as a security far the Indesaitiet, 1
luto at length been brought to a Gout and Mr. Atkinson., I I It. use 5m.es ha'J auy thing like auoI ns a member of Congress, was I but oo grant subsequent to August 11, I860 1

f crisis the rock on which' h Ices l split CONSTANTINOPLE, June 17 I i I reignl witch iu truths and couiinou.siuctf not a little puzzled what coarse to take to be eon-Iltted valid.D 1

;I Inviug, been a* was fully expected the Intelligence lava been received to day .. ; oof tney had not, alter the uuojiuoo on the subject of nullification having Onu, in answer, proposes to cede Florida .
(from that the English fleet of subject to the condition that "the dona
.nd unmanageable country on the aathctea of tho Couledtratiou, often expressed .an opinion against it ;
unhappy tions s.les of land made by tbe
of the cbtnnel. In.teadho"c'cr the lino four frigates, and several brig renounced sucfi but finding on. his return home from or jtrcmse
the oilier side I '. they then toully every of bis Majesty or by his kol eetHtritieA
coach been cod coi vanes, has arrived oft Vourla.- cslttbhsumcut ol the at its last Session theft the
of the having upset paclu..OU. OIl thu Congress ;until this time |24th Oct. 1818 are atvertae*
by Loid John RII..eUlhe stumbling Tho c'nvet Scout commanded by a soul CtMI11IUllt.ll.iV.i I doctrine ol nullification was gaining i le'sto be vaild.Ur. .

block that proved fetal to tbe ricketty of Earl Grey appears to Ii,:ve preceded I a uo.d in Ibo coiisutution is to ground in Georgia, and having received AJaau replies, and notices the large
it'with the notice of a speedy arrival.- I grants-"lopra.* Porjw and D.Jfota*, aad
.three way the blundering offidoulnCd bu tuuud yielding ta any ot the states a communication from the committee of
iosuU that the of
of Mr. L'lUflon. Lord Aliborp This corvette, came into tho Busplioins the light ul aovvirigot}. ** never tins nullifier appointed to make choice of time could not be recognition admitted- grand up to tag

with tho satisfaction given law weC'k.Ve hear nothing l positive i, 1792 election ticket for members of con- ,
not rouu'lit dieamudof, until Ueu.gla iu sat an D Oak rejoins and refuses abtotaeiyte
hv that gentU roan to Mr. Connell, inbit' respecting the object of this fleet, which bench up justify net preicusiou, tlut gross, at the onsaing election, requesting agree to annul indiscriminately, aU graatt

retirement from office, and -havingthf is soon to be joined by a French squad she was not bound appear. and answer hit opinion in regard to nullification.. made subsequent 10 Leos saying, that it Si
1 ron. It is considered a d 'ntonstratienagainst offensive to the dignity and Imprescriptiblerights
oferriatndlseiWuies before his He studied deeply and
l fuar i her by a cuizoucf evidently very
Ruisid. The tl) a blouin against ol the Crown ot Spain which u the
eJeCt conceived that bo could not bring English legation So. Caroliiid. See the case of Una keenly ns to the kind cf answer he ought- leg.tunate owner of both Florida bad a right

forward It measure publicy to which ho here endeavored, indeed to propagate halos vs. Gcoigu, 2 Dallas rep. 419. to mae to the communication which he dispose of those lands salt pleased and{.bat

...:..y..s known bave privately objected, he idea that the object is merely to exerclse I At that nine the part of the Cud.t.I ..",- had received, to become one of the Candidates it would also be productive of incalculable
the men-a statement which is injury to the bona file who hare
whisk possessors
his the ticker.
and tccordiogly quitted pnsi; law between on nullifying
I lion whku autboiizeda suit at -
douMless as fir from the ti uth as that ac acquired.settled and improved those tracts
Ho concluded that it advisable
to !
Lrr Gitv, finding it Impossible car of another was most
a statu and citrxens of and. He says further. that the most Etc
whrh the destination of tire
+ ry on the tonsiocst of the nation with cording state was in full force, but before the for him not to be absolutely on .>u1u agree to was to annul prints made..-
out tho inv.a1Dltblo set vices of his coli two flirts is the BUck S"n.. & judgment rendered in M suit ol that kind one side of the question or the other sequent to the 24 b January 1813, *(bi CMJ&rati

] .aue in the oilier hour, has also given COMMUNICATED.For- - in favor of an individual .against state, but to incline as much as he could tonullification. ,n of the grantees not laving complied*
with the essential condition ol the cesoon.1
II in the
In fine
nit. I could bo finally earned into tlT.c., language Ua the 9th February 1819, fit Onuiubalt.ted ; .
T. latcM intelligence on the luhjr.'t the Florida Herald. Georgia prevailed on a sufficient number .f the New York party politicians his project iu whicii ia round Ibe tollur.

,, i, communicated in a slip from Wilnw's OUR ELECTION FOR DCLtOATE TO CON of the state, to obtain au amend .place himself on the fence ; that he- lag article,relating 10 grants of lands "A3

qn"lh"I'P' offs ra, dated Liverpool July CRC59. menial the constitution seethe hilt might in the event of Ibo election jump grants of land made by lira Catholic; Uajtst tJ:,

16-1, 6 I*. II. It is ns foPowsTh :--* and .. "n either side, which should be mostagreeable I nr hit legitimate authorities in the aforesaid
In discussing this interesting question trtrcle of the amondmeuts, me case territories of the two Florida, and others! ,
auaugornents of the new Thn to tits people .,1 f Florida, it is not our intention ol Chisbolm vs. Georgia, 2 Dallas' lei). to>> his party politics. Mr.VVyatt's which his Majestv cedes to the United Stalrt
i trv may bp said to be completed. into" political crvrso appears to be shall be confirmed and acknowledged U?valid
tbo consideration
Cb1R2Ct will be lew. Lord 1\Jrlbnurno"1 i imnra. to enter 419.Now I his of tho surao: stem ". He will nut say lie excepting those grants whicn liaay have beta
which notion oj
t ', from iht Hon Office will, it is of the three of the candidates announced Mr.1Vy'ntt places is absolutely ,'pposp..1 1 fd nulliffottlon, but made tfier the 24th January of Uu year,te.
Lord to the public is, according to State Soveieighty on the 2d article of in conjtderation clue grantees not hiving
laid I rnakf* room tor. Duncannon) only paitiaily ia truth like 1lr.Vildo
lour views tho most of the ofd of con. with the conditions ot the eeiuaa.
wW fill the situmion hitherto held t ; deserving the and repealed- compact complied
r tit.|.. t'......'... -. .-..,. sod ..... votes iifu majority of th.. citizens of this federation. Even in the confederation he on the fence. Il nullification should 1 he counter proj-ct prepared by )Jr. Jld
I Lord Durl'atm is going to Ireland in thncofMciiy I II teriliuiy, BI lie I of Lord Lieutenant and Mr. Wo leave that question to be decided in sovereignty if the agrecmuut aim m sole of ciao !ence. n md become a whole or in tbe name of his Ua'.holie M. : tbe ballot boxes. We in .hog11 man for nullification. I tforesatorerrhotict, ....r the 24ib hoary ,
sincerely hope thin ,
were complied
has been named his Secreta stipulations compact
Tennyson I\ As 1818 shall be held null the conditions of the
to haffuoIMi for !
tea on
u I i that no I political party Whatever will in- with by the states But it is notorious being oPposed I I said grants not baring been performed by the ,
The new arrangements are said to be fluenco tho vote of any individual. Wei that the most importint part of by soiling& himself up as a camlf- ]>I grantees. All grants made before that date ,,I

... Annoying to Loid Brougham, who I!i frankly declare that we consider politiical the compact never was complied with date 10 the election of Co). White, it is j! by his Ca'holic Majesty or by his leeitasta)
.. very : truly tiilirnlouf. lie Ins an undoubted authorities in tbe said Territories 'he condi*
: l parties in State of our Union the Tha confederation *
have the any by states.
staled to Seals and .
s > etigned !' .
tho greatest evil to the peace and welfare ) called of 's nd.** Ye right tol l he a'candi.late for a scat in rungrets 'tions of which ,haU hare been pe furm-dsy. I
down to Windsor to have jufttly a rope ; ,
gouu an andifticc the irrant a atevdlng tt tbt tmr fthdr re
or sent in tin presidential ch tir .
a :
of the United Stdtos their ,
with the King. The general im I ex- now, our presumptuous nullifies attemptto '/JImW.lrull. and none otner, Aatfoe caa .
piesinnis, thai the new Cabinetjs not istance in this Territory would be even bind this old rope around the necks ar.d perhaps as well qualified f..r the one hrme and 4ckio: ledged as nHd.Ur. i I

& \ cnmIusvd$ uf m.t..*Ut. *f an endilringquality. ; greater evil We were! unhappily told, of tho people of the United States. We as iho other. Trio idea that Call t J Adams subsequently accepts Mr. & t It
A Cabinet Council was held (.w yogiago that h certain party are well ware that'muny of the States White promised him that he would not I OmV article, with the following iddt Ol,- I If
. latt night Lord Melbourne immediately.i called the ?rut pus, existed in the middle copying from Georgia have haiped be a candidate ng upon this i1.onvention valid to .
by are
Windsor district ; but il i that was iben true of .his term of office, ia really) absurJ.D. .-
wait vo
to l to their
pincLedrd upon right sovereignty, and many same extent as they are lining oo his Cilho. t
Jilt.M..jJII). Tha Funds remain are persuaded that it has, at least for men of worth and intelligence often .., even if such a promise was made it lie M..jelt,. tf

'd.. .tea.l. two or three years past, entirely ceased prate in favor of tho pernicious does rine.' ,ra-ut in its nature have been only condi The French Minister,who assisted in the

LATE AND IMPORTANT NEWS. I to have the slightest existence. It evidently: has led to the ruinous principles tional. It was not absolutely binding negotiation, says in a memorandum of the.
The like the constitution of th* United States conferences, that the Secretary of Stale observed
,, Wji.M..n'a NEWSPAPER Or race, > I gentlemen whit are now _offered, nullification. It is idle and .b- the State to him, that the Federal goverafteat ,
Lic ovt 6. as candidates for the next election for a surd in ihcso boast of on Governments, who now would never entertain the
i. July 16. J I > gentlemen to most assurrdl/ ; c
delegate! ;in Ccugress, are Col.) WHITE,t Their democratic and republican notions claim a right under the old repealed idea of disturbing individuals who were tt** ,
t Tie Standard on the authority of Col. NUTTUL, and Mr. IVYA'I T. Of when claim for the States the confederation to be sovereigns anal nullifies. snub a 6nd/. ttlelo their propeitii' be 1I 1 1
their Paris they right 1I
respondent, announcesthe the fist named gentleman, who has been : JURIDICUS. that a treaty' ought 1&0to cover fnuduVnt
arrival of Dun O.tlu. In Spun. ,- our delegate fur of sovereignty. It is tho appendage of : practices, so no more could be sited. thin 1f
He reached Bayonne on the 8th I have many yearspast, we royalty and despotism, and cannot exist I Iii. could be offered by his Catbnfic Majesty.
hesitation ST
and oa ihft following-day entered SpaiD,1 no Hi saying, that we in s subordinate arid limited condition ofa AuussdzrimoaT The project and the counter proj ct, &tae 1
consider him a man of 0EPTEM8ER 4, 18S<4. 10
distinguished confereacts
I note the various appearrender
where lie is stated to have been government. which is unquestionably '1
extremely learning abilities and sound sense and'that : clear the intention ol the costal IC OJI 1S
veil leceivfd by the ; situation of the government of every I in hit..fc' 1f
people.- Adams
+ be has always been a parties at that time,and M
most zealous
0-11 dIP Moss ..
What rffcct this interference have t i State in the Union. But as long as P'.llaYG arrived that conversation the French Minister
rany I and faithful friend
upon the contest now going on in that I i floor of Florida on tho these gentlemen confine their notions of s in Florida, their friends ibe Messrs. pears to be perfectly willing to admit asnBJ t
nnhipi country, it is impossible ., Congress. Of Col. NtiltaU:! BOW : sovereignty within the constitution of l HERBEBTa, will be glad to hoar from, ever, grant of land except such u bad beta f
f".lltill. J l:I a.rival candidate. in&opposition to Col. t the United Slates. W0 Will not nnarrnl, them at the Post Office. U. T. Z. frau ule.t I If obtai ed as he .cnnu.'ered. wegrants f
%vnito, having the pleasure of a person with-- them let thorn v take the--- -vvw 1 St. Augustine, Angus 27tb 1834. ofcftoc "T, Vargas and Ilianto TCbeen. t
Baron do Haber has been charged by al acquaintance with him, wo acknowledge ; mere name: It appears therefore the |rover 1I
Don Carlos to contract a loan of 125 his vit and of sovereign in welcome. In such a Construction of the treaty should not admit or
Bullions of frnne* or 5 million pounds tues sincere attachmentto case, as J"iterson laid 'it breaks no l>g FMdtLand C/dtott.-Ttiirteen years bye a doubt, when tbe benevolent witbes of. lie.Anitric .
| the interest and prosperity of Florida. passed since the transfer of Florida to tbe 'no.Tbe ....-
sterling, which he has succeeded in cf. Wo I and picks no pocket. It gratifies their Uuitcd and : >!ngorernmentaresowell
i' consider him a man of States hat which ought to bare ctndftimt to asJ
good are gcvern.
feeling wiib one of the first houses : sense, vanity and there is no harm in that of been done in twelve fAigrant J t
in useful information and round I months is not yet r hol DO\ ,be ;obsolete urdlm aces of tea Sill ti
Pn1lUcalriows ,
p,,, is. Br iJcs the misery *f the civil -; and that ho itself. I ly accomplished.It Spain. t i
f ; do ,
war racing: in Spain, dreadful storms 14 I dit to himself and satisfaction' ample ere Mr. Wyatt appears from his elaboiate the vas an absurdity ia the first Instance for flow the present! article of the treaty case
; s; the to the government to appoint officers to sseer to be varied ia its does BOtpar. *P'
j are devastating north and tho cho address have imbibedths. phraseology
people of Florida if ho should be to grossly er* tain expound and the labored
elected apply principles of tile but Ur to ban
lets k i
41" raeitr unchecked lathe South. roneoos principle of.tbo nullifiers that Spanish. ....
the applicable
ns delegate to Congress. to four land claims under a vaia. Idea that extensive frauds
The Madrid papers to the Dish werereceived With regard to Mr. Wyatt, not having the coostittttion was established by a I who knew not the Spanish hnsul who been practised ia the. granting of noels I bmt If

yestoiday, containing variousfletaHt the pleasure of a personal compact. that is an agreement,. made between never saw perhaps a Spanish document, and! although he seems to bare labored laird it
whose local .
of the acquain.a circumstances forbade the r?.
precautionary the State against these ifflajtniry
of negotiating t
e measures tame him government each f
we can
only of
adopted by the the speak of; of the Union. This foolish possibility their being lamilur with the yet after a lapsed twelve years and the e*
government kgainst state and
from his political publications in Ibo'! local and foreign potter of Sptio. It would penditsre ol almost unmeasured ...*** JJ
cholera. papers published in this Territory and absurd notion ol Mr. Wyatt shows his have been riiionil and just to bave sooftbt for ).'trove have appeared and we tbia it >
It U stated in ono "f these journalsthat of ono giving-an account of his journey great ignorance of tho constitution.* agents who were well acquainted with the tear be more fitly said that these fn1 w

a person commissioned by Don together with another gentleman to view'I Our belief that ho has never read It Ia.land institutions clubs Spanish aaonafchr. grantee are more figures of the tahi-B
and if these
t.. Carlos had arrived, at Cayenne, with and examine the southern of ibis I himsell with any attention or reflectionseems .the whole were ol not the to United be found IIi FlorkU. than the. buckram regiments so wittiry s.
letters.of cu dl.: in the part range States surely loin a report of one of our Land Beta*
extent ol 600,000 to bo well founded. For assured could .
\ Territory below $t. Marks. Ills hive furnished them s but this eifritable' The mt A_i
reportof essential variation be.tweta
francs,a to to transmitted. to Zumolacarregui. the visitation to this part of Florida 1 ly after reading only the preamble of and rational mode was not sklopted,arid neat i leaD and the Spanish part of tbe treaty art w*

gaVo us much satisfaction. ,and certainly the constitution, Wo the people of the aSerings and dip P potatments to the people .admitted i and the Supreme Cwt,is ta<

PORTUGAL must have been highly to his credit for United States, in order to form a more tbe whose tight and satarta were Involved 'D ease of the .fbc&agrant, appear tons*
I The BW from Lh bon relates chief subject,was the coaaeeutaee. sJuled iu opiaioa of the/tree eoastrocsea.-
| the useful and pleasing information perfect union, &c. ho never could have I Years hare therefore roiled
contained t Tfce
ty to the health of Don Pedro believed of away. The Court .Jst-
which In It. a compact between the I govcraraeat has been paying immense saa*

snobs to have received a, considerableihockjhougli But we regret that wo cannot view stale There is not a word about a of. money. for_& tile- accompurfimeat- of that ,* ft bbcaale. then all _taiporwrtnseertaio l

at tbe l latest date* he was Mr. Wyatt's political publications compact; between Ibo states.* Such a 1 WAteD cost use Bpaaba sad _liab at the ti hat 'was granted by wbttoicepted .p

coava escent. Nothing could bo more entitled to the same credit. u thing never was dreamed of by the fro j! time of tbeif retpeetivo cessieaa and re.cessions. ; The KiagofSpaia Vat tifIrlnlol'

alarming' than tbe symptoms while they pear to us, in many important They effects ap. mora ofjtlro, constitution. The people. t I ame qoc. coiBpsraUvelnotbiag.ioas thai occupied the .had 81HI Boards the ; the treaty wn kit deed j

...t.-fe'.r And spitting of blood ; but altogether false and mroneuut. They oat Dot the stale of Ibo United States ia i I ia the Eastern and Western district are the exception was made by h...

the latest bulletin deinibos those .,mp- Show an ignorant and falacious notion of their separata governments, established ni06ted.aDd raadelqcnUocs of doubt and its nature end effect depended. -

toms as having disappeared, and c Icu- sound and useful knowledge of the la- the constitution. oneertalatT. Agsia v*say, the ftalt it with fiis fateatidB, expressed bbi. nrdt.
lutes generally on his restoration. Oca- re !I tha Government' and not with tao officers and in and by tile pit-'
iron between the States with I \Vo respectfully invite Mr.
Wyatt to its will.
V prosecute try
eral? Bacon bad been tried on tho charg the government of tuo Unilcllt.tea.- d'ho: ties pot a direful aversion to"book R. the.Mtntet1otr of th treaty The S p anisll versioo" ia fait
.. If" preferred cat$ him by Gen. 8'.11. II would with there and expressed bb iote&tioe tad tBsf
teem that really he had never Eeowledg, to read tno able and me Sptla af&etn to ea to be aa room
das.....and. to the surprise or ever one with attention read the cotisthotion of: ful work called ills "Federalist and for doubt o?tinc nalat7, aJfeoogb there or a too American versfea stewed tit

wns found guilty and sentenced to all the United States' she BPauuYA and w Segtldh rsrtim eflt et1 .. ioteaticQ .f this. government 10"
; decision* of the particularly a late able and enlightened
differing from.... aWn Tha ritioualcomtrfta rflk'
imiirisonment. The meeting Supreme Court, of the United States,,or Wbrk by Mr. Justice Story, entitled and...1 rule B to. k deficient, we cannot adopt it Irthe
of IMCortra was looked (unsaid to dnot consider them as binds, on any '! commentaries oo tits constituted of tOtbe coatftotlatparUel.l '= I by which to decide what was.red, &

wit)) grrnt anxiety.. individual Staid of she 'Jaloft J.&kl vrri-1 the United States.- This raijtcrly work ly aDd pberatly In respeet to tB9se what excepted and what ? t*

whOSO IntcTcrj tro &cted"11ta totlWei." .colas of lair are too clear to be JB&SIH

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__j tel i.lrad" Ifl he cU"eprJIlt. ADMINISTRATOR'S ALE. RESOLVED' by the Utyof and Post Often D M)Gridai, i ioiii. 4iJa\\i..Lltl 1ft. i .

We rust H F oteraee+iea IN VIRTUE of OQ order of iho Aldermen of tbe City of St. Augustice July 10th, 1834, ) set fonts In the pftftRf&Jct sdtitttUBunj i :
".fwd cspre IU .ai1et4 of the County Cotfri for the Tea the ordinance "to provide againn the maOPOSALS for tbe 1. The right to tipettft. the 14ub.it*
carrying Malta of tie
1f eftlte "ltr, and not litewe County Mosquho; I will ofer for talo diseatea iotroduetion into tall of DUignam" and pest IIeatI.I 4.r United State., for lour yeas from J.uo.ry alter the hours cf tick arrival I with proper
auction to the of city, passed the Jtth June 1B33 allowance for 1M espeMe, ai ail y terse,i t
iIaIW'',. .Hie at public City St. Au 1831- ad the ordinance io addition thereto to December 31st 1838. on tlu marred by the Dc ;

It' tf. ought sot .0 ...Iatt goftiao on the 15th day of October pasted the 17 Nov. 1832..be considered from tolk>wingpoat routes in the Territory ol Flu a. Seven n'j n eiare,generally alfoweild

the i..tiea or in the true mea neat In that piece or parcel) of land the date hereof in full force and any teasel 2f rids Ii das will of be October received next. this,inclusive office until list opening tbe masse,and more may b* atitfcbr

we. we elelienatib.W.f5 { supposed to contain sin hundred acres CI, vessels Arririnf at this port thill born ,this No. $471 i feed. .
From Saint
,' day be visited by the Health officer am! bt Marys by FrfnVs r fi 3. Fivf dollars will be the forfeit tor
situated said Mo $
alI8. one .1 theIR primed ie in County ot ._ liable to, and if necessary ubjeteil to Quar. ten minutes delay to arrive in tithe, and the-
wade the River bouuded i luck, twice a week. Fernanduui .
HilUborough to Le
. ;-1.1A.cad two traml.l1oaa.ere un the antirt agretabl to the pruvis iona ol mid sup price of a trip tor a fa Mure to C'OfaIlft1-if not .
j Stb' "aiele, each by compete Cast by laid Rivef, Oat the North by ordinances-iariag that in all eases the mayorof plied miles regularly Mandarin once a week tram St Mai -.,9 proved to be unavoidable to fee absorutclenforced.

or Spyucis sltt and both igreemg lands of LUtdsey Told, ana South by this city shall be and he U hereby auihori ta two weeks by once crows*ruutes week and Pablo once .

Of", and the trawlauon et! lands of Crogcr ,and Depoyiter being ted tbe to(grant written permitsion on terms in 1.uvetit Maryaettry Wednesday Saturday sons"4. Mail carriers Ire to be "free .bite pcJ* .
permission to be
with the definition of the the northern; part of a tract of lend con any rer- at 4 a* m, arrive at Jacksonville aame i 5.
:acrtrill son or persons to land from such ye..e Proposals are to be suted by the year I
.. 'QoeJerao,' in Spanish tanning i 1100 acres, granted Id said Ambrose resets upon the North Beach or elsewhere Uirby6p.ro l. Jacksonville, : though payments, are made qusrter y.Q. .

1 tr.aced. means ',hall re1Jitt Hull ;by royal title from Governor as may.by the said Mayor be upecificd., ae 5 every at Thursday and : Proposals must state the mode rftrtn*. .
Sunday 't arnre bt
'die,erh'qedayin French 'red. Cttradaon; the i2d day of February Pawed, 26th Aug 1834.ANTONIO d*>a l 1'1 6 p,m ro, Auguauue came ''porta lion, whether in a tour bone or dud
1812 ALVAREZ,".yor. I horse stage or otberwue. Where< the advtr:
t.ere .ellliuurtl' au and surveyed by George I. F. Leave Leave 8t Augustine every Tuesday
Jte, t JASMCiOPLtl,Clerk t'teroent does nut the
Clarke the 25th of and Saturday 5 a m arrive it Jacksonville specify mode,the Mail .
.fe.letM, in the present tense.ElSTEe on & day May 1817. may be earned on horseback or m a sulky. .

glith l original! the: word are The first lino of mid 1100 acre tract be I, 11. the Prsiident of the United State aame Leave day Jacksonville by 6 p m every Wednesday and 7. This advertisesfent is drawn up lot alt
fttture. The gins at wharf of stone un the I the routes in reference/ the
the a western to ol
to manner car
Jlyibe'werfc I S pumuauce ut lam. I, AnnN.w JACK ar, Sunday at 4 a ro arrive at St Msr)"s same da/
It.i.all important as to all pnriw. bank of the fiilliboiough River, and r President ol' the Uuited. Statesot Anieric '- by 6pm for vying tour the mail, which is designed to conticuo

If the' words ol tho treaty runs North 30 W 240 chains to a mark. I .do hereby declare and make known that 'J472 From Tallahassee by Lake Laura, meats cr yeast to correct>ci proposals'iaaUvcitaht for improve

id ir &Illite grantof land shall ed cedar tree, thence the second fine I II public sales will be held at the following Ian4 Lipon, \Vaukeenah Sin Pedro Jell, and will be duly considered. fil llioDl;

vet' that cesfirtaed, then the United ,.I runs South /70 W. 40 chains to a stake Offices, in the TerTkirytffloriilU, at the pe hpriii Grove to M'ccanopy,lvj miles and : 81 he best foifei for a proposal if,
nods fur the sale ot the buck,once in tan tucks.Leve .
rtatiI b1 t accepting the cession coUJell i! bounded by lands ot Lindsey Todd. I mein dailn.ted.to wits under.' I i Tallahaweu every other Monday at I 1"ill sourly the itsi..' agreeably' .. ad. .

Sat cltta to torso lands | The Third' ,line runs fiom the first stake At the land offu-r- at TALUIUMKK, on the I 6 a. m.Arrive. veni'tment to n for on the routeo. froa ;

llO eieeated. The proprietors! South SO? East 280 chains to an other jfrif Jfmdjy in Jlecemlxr next, fur the diip. : at Miccaiidpy the next I hur.., by J 1 lal L"' yearly ecu ptnsaikm u.---

them tvitlt stake the fourth line from thii sal. ol the public land within the undcrmeu I 7pm. ,
runs Slate the No of the
eittuiI1 in recover ; second route, tie beginning &
eW t kt tioned townships and 'fractional townships, to Leave Miesnopy every other Wednesday tend
static to another North East of stand be careful to1 seal tl.
!"tiel nf Congress any aucs. 700 wilt at 6 a r Tbe next n.orninff alter' the arrival propotait,
ell'I aritieJ ldbf purely, a Judicial f.I 40 chains,'''and the fifth lino runs from North of the base line,and west of the n.ett of the mail front Jacksonville-arrive at 1 aliahassee and ment.Direct with it the--a'o the. Post Office bepitU_
I endcmjcc
'SfcH bfi ratified' makes It neces this third slake to the said tvarf40' dun. the next Saturday by 6 It m. residence of the bidder oust lrtp9tuti"The be
rhaini. Township 1. ol range'S. N H This roUte rill Comnicnra operationor. aia.ed-r
law ratifying'j I
!there should be a : and if not a contractor, rccoateetdationaarercnuired.
?1 tat ALSO Townships 1 and 2 ot range s., Ihe.first inoaJay in January 1835. .
emtkori.ing a snit to be brought; : Townklupa laud 2,01 tI. 10, 11 IV 7473. From Jacksonville \Yhitcsvilte, to *
All ranges 9 The contractor be his of
would be that certain of the santo BUS: own judge
a poUt | portion 1
tkertife the question i" 13. and 14. tynuiopy Rules and back once in two the du'
1 O. not rugnitable' by thi court as < ttnci, of 1166 acres bounded on the Township 1,of range 1 5.I'ownthip wt t kt. fceminolc agency to be supplied reg lowed for atece.. ,as d.l"eftlec no increared: when pay the can be al J

c1tci ,;it Foster and Elam "s.I)tide south by a line running,wes'erly from 1,of range 16. ularly each trip by a cross route from Mcooo: truly Mired.In ., places are
tIc amid land north | Township I, ol range 28. |lay.26 miles and back.
wharf west by vacant The contract coy be annulled for the
land of Dunham and said Riv I Fracsieraltownshhr. land township 5, of .: i>ate Jacksonville every <>they Monday at failure of or for allures
ggt, from this consideration, ; oy east by ranges?. 6 a m, arrive at Micanopy the next Tuesday a trip repeated toarrive .

M fid the words used in the Spanish i ei, and containing hont 100 acres; aim !: l'owl.I.ipll,2. 4,and 5of range of 30 by 6 P lion of in tb.time. t)e,paHmcht.II or tor disfcbeyitf. any lostiuc

tenet! to the grants made after the the remaining l'union of'sitid tract h'i"g I'Ct\\'IIhia'l 2, 3, 4, and 5, oi'r.njje 31. lave Wiconrpy every ember Friday at 6 Sbiukl any person refuse a contract at

NJ seswr 1818 which are, by theta south of said wharf North ol the base line. and cast tf mewl p m, the next morning after lie arrival ol bis accepted bid he ball hrfeitaUotberwnt

de. ALSO :i iV'j"; the nail from Tallaliawee, arrive at Jackson tracts be may l have< and fee held
i in English 'hereby responsible
srtieie hAll 1 ille the b .
T,A nsltip 2,ol' range 13.1'u."I.II'1 next day > 6pm.N for the danages.
ttatW agreed to 6e null and void. thht piece ol l.mii mniailing 5iO 1, and) 2, .! range 14. U This roue will commerce operationon 12 No contract nor bid can be transferred

Tile"tificltiu is ii Spanish and Eng- act Ok being theauntito it pjil'fifa tract ''I buutbol the base I..e. and East mejidtan the first ,Mondty io Jatuar) 1835 without the written consent ol Pcstmhttcr

feb. Tee Spanish words in thi Ss., ?u- of 1500 acres conti.mild to mid Hull at 2474. From Penaacora to lilakely. 50 miles Genets!first hand} and arty such assignment

lb version Ire, 'qutdado.' and 'jacrfan,1 ; the same limo, situated at Mo quito afore..id : that palt ofiottnsliip 11 situated north and ami back. twice a week in' stages. wi.beullt.i. may forfeit the contractor bid.
: west of the Suwante Un r'. rat 14. Leave Pensaco every luesasy and Satur IS II
range Contractor
a or shalltrans.
in what known Turn dent
annulled he was a any
reflfface to the grants; thy si 7 arrive 6
m at b
A' :he same plane .. continuatmu, com a kelYIlft'ae day ) trait intelligence by
E.dI are,, shave retained 'da r,. bull's Western Snramp and turveyod b p roenciiigon ttte I turd Jtiimtny ;in Jltccm&trr pm. Ltate lilakely! every Wednesday the Mail the contract express stall more forfeiter rap.dl1lbm and

.' The Pislesbothoflawand.quttYart. ol justice, and : Orort' Clarke on the 25th May 1817. xt. fur the di l\u.IIJII" public lai>ds wtlli s i urday at 7 am, arrive at Pensacola sane then a stage is run on a Hal Route i more

ti too DE.\J. A. PUTNAM J. Adm'r in the limits ol the I'ndVrmentinped 101i n. day by 6 p 01. rapidly I or more frequently than it canuae teeS

not to require that in dfcidiug'tltMflect SCl'lell'b.4&1' 1834 24-5\ri .ships atnl tr..r.liGnallo".n.III WU tits 2475 From T-lUbaiser by Lake Laura 14pona fort the Mail must be carried in the most
ebtais South .r tlie base line and wtsi of the raeri Waukeena, San Pedro, Roseter'a ferry, frequent and most rapid oonveyaneewitbcnt
and Ir-gal operation of this dian. Mineral springs and Law's store to Alligator additional charge.H '

staickoflhetreaty. by he declared and <. 'nivATE. Mo. 61. i.nclhn..11uwnlt.p 1 of range 8. 167 miles and brick, once in two weeks. When a route. fa discontinued. curtail
I or
BHB&tted istetition to the tang, the ,' AN ACT for iho relief nf certain in.h..bi&nntl Town l)1 I, J.3.4, 5. C. and 7,of range 9 Leave Tallahassee every other Monday at 6 ed one month's eats pay will be allotted on

."Biec Spanish Words should be tiff t tif Eat Fforidv.He f I 1'0"'h.p. 1. y, 3, 4.S, 6. 7, >8. and !>, (.f a m, arrive at Alligator the next Friday by 8 J|I the amount deducted.
enacted the Stnal and Ifoilttof I rmnik la, am. Leave Alligator ever, other Tuesdayat 15 Where contractor
in annulling it by '.I on a stage route hi
SUM io WfiGrmipgas gratfisArtfird 4 m, immediately after the arrival ol the
J "u"IPhl.t2,3,4Gt.8.9! and 10, superseded by an badetbidder, be must
Htt>rcscntMirts ol'lae United State purchase *
to the honor nud justice of 0 ornltJe 11. mail from Jacksonville, arrive at Tallahassee such, ,the stage bona and property

pttt republic like forbid the iaiputa- of America in fongrena9embted9. That To nsiipal! 2 3,4 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, olrai'jjr the next saturday by 6 p ro. as nay t e seeded for the service, at a fair
tea rt a desire that its legislation should tho Secretary of the Treasury be, and 12.Towi'iip. N 0 This route will commence operationon valuation to be paid by rtasctubte instal

WwcpMtroet] and its laws so admin he is hereby uutbotited i and directed (opay > 1.2, 3 45. a il I nl range 13. the 2d Monday in January 1835. ments i if they ditagree ou any point, each
lownih'pt 1, 2.3, 4,ar,i5, of 14. 2476. From Jacksonville to Alligator 75 null choose who ,
a .
out of in tho Treasury range person may .ppoJ2tIMrd si
fttred, that the same word should refer any monev 'I milt, and bark price-to two ..tk..
ow ahipK 1, un-1 tractiuiul townships V, 3. to decide or the Post hirer general
It the fetarea* to confirming,find to the nut otherwise "|II|>ropiiatod the amount anti. 4.ol nt'cr 15 Leave Jacksonville emery other Monday at will appoint the umpire 1? the. unc'eibiddef .

(men! in annulling grants, in the same MW rdtd by the Judge of the SuperiorConn | own>hiiJ. and fractional lomni ip 2. of 6 II m. arr.y"at Ailiftatrir the n:Sl day by 4 p m fail"comply, ba bid will be die red to th 9

ankh illhe site .,...y.If MI St. Augustine, III the Tertitn- range I G. I. a\'e Alligator every other Frii'ay at 8 a in prese'contractor t but if At icfuses lie tbe
tie arrival of the wail from
of Florida, under Ibo audio,h ol the At "e 1>"'; Hiker at 'T.! ArariTim. on,Ie"co"d.l1..dng. immrdbtely after proposal of the undrlb' dcl will beaetep'tduDCODdi&lonaJl
for these reasons, nnd in this con ) '|'allAliasee arrive ut Jacksonville the next
He tenter next, lur she dt.
s. ,
town, veconttdrr that the grants wore oiio hundred and sissy fntt chapter of pout lor'ht public laiwis within the limits of day hy 6 p m. The contricis* to be coade b>' this advertisement

teefitmed and annulled, respectively, the acts of the \Ciicenth Cotigrci', op lee '. cltowusliipi and fiact'wnalo N U This mute will commence operationon ,shall commence on the first of Jar.usry
proved third March one thousand eight rnsli the 2d Monday in January 1835. next aid comicue)
W 4un,owlv l. whit the rj.iificatliin & ean.
ctt&rmiiion of tho treaty : and that hundred and twenty three, for losses North of the base hint aid r,.nf tl.e meri i'r| en wil
urrMiinned in Cut Florida' by the (
irtai die Territory tis cotlod, ih. Un- ".lIey.l 9 miles and back. twit e a week in
be made
1 I known
t'r\.f ht. II. .. .. on the 31st day of the sassft
\I..lh .
t" Stilts bad no right in nny of the Hoops in the scivtcc W she vunruSt \ I..r 4.4.afitn."t.onll lO..ftlbIP -.J. A..a. .uppJecS """' ,
Irt4itabracedia the confbmrdgrnnts." .l**; TH the year cum thousand eighth I 3, os. range 24'Townlsipa regularly bJ across route, twice A week from \V. T. $A FtHY:
u u died and ,,'clIllul one tlioumnd I 1. 2,an,l 3. nf ri++,;e 25. Chats oo hee and Oebeesee once a week Postaaster General.
from Aipsltfja, 14 mile and back. '
Court for the the trim right bundle) and thirteen mall cases Ton. $U|> 1,ft l range 2t>. U-V..
UJTTt-Chincery Leave
Qu'ncy every Monday and Friday atU
..ctiun.l.o.n.hif. 1, I, 3, soil 4,or range .
tiled riaimt closed lengthy session onMtftky where the dfcisioii of tan said J.dgo a m.arrive at Holmes Valley next Uy by 8 Ti

Usu A very large man nf butinetstttdrtjwsedof. I rhnll bo deemrd'. by she. S.< ietm' of 27.Fractional townships 1.'2. and 3, of range r m. Leave ll'ilmejs V.Hey every Wedncanrsday i KOIKE. S
; the diligence ol the 3edye be ProvidedThat and Saturday 6 A m,arrive at Quii.* weeks after ,ate I will .
Late! the Treasury to just : 28 SIX cpply to the
iltt btUiphly eenmtendedi and e ward be paid, except in the Fractional townshipa 1, 2, aid 3,of range cy next day by 3 p ro. I .. the Judge of the County Court of
6cbs mob the liberal and candid I no
gratified at Aapa'aga to be supplied every Tuesday and t Johns County, 'vr letters of admin
_'t which the Counsel bthall ol 'Lc nf those who nt the time of snll'erbig and aUaUoB
on case 29.South Saturday, Ochteste every Tuesday. on the of
oldie base line, and cast of tbe me estate John K I ibis late of said
VKea'aotrl hue manifested the cases theAwlpromdedal .2478 From, Pensacola
the loss wem actual "uhlecil ridian. I by Alaqus Uchee county,a-c. WM. '1 H'vER9.
si were brat before the Cwm for S.n"Ja" O"Vf4111mrnl: l hat ofrnwnhip !!, (J east of 5sswaoee Valley and V.Uamb'ru a. to Holmes Valley Aug. 22 23-6w
les;nf. L,cry case ready for trial .s sub ; part 115 miles and back twice wr.k. irvt.o
aw.iU for river of 14.
bo dcpre
sMKeJ in all t jfr, TlMtii |paid range The select the 1
}tmottfitkig to ewes hone stares. contractor may
t I ion commit I in EaFlourS" pro Townslnr_ _10, 11, and?, i.f range 25Townships -
ilnt i h u, nr .111I. road. and supply. the to'ermrdiate nfficn by across 1otice.. .
ll>, 11 range to.Townsl !
r."rlat the Britiih irtd'LiiifTbe ulnas i -o tli* entrance into that provincenf 13 of 17. route, PrappsaU will be rceervcik fur
from ipi 10,11,13, and range weeks after date I will >
the Mail this ,in alleamb apply to the
Now llavnu Herald of tint u:tut or ,.1I0pS of the United Townships 6.T. 1.nt123, ol rangr 18Townships carrying IViuacola on and route Cedar DintT. and'tbet.een SIX .the Judge ef the County Court of .
: 5 C. 7.8.9, and 23. ,.| 29. .he of ..
afT fs4'y sayi:-"By arrivals at this States. range thence to Holmes Va'ley' in stages 150 miles county $ Johna for letters of adminis
Sec. ". Ant It it further emu/ccf Townships 123 5 67 Sand 13 of range 20.TownaVips t rat i oo on the Estate of Justo Lopez late of
from the W. Indies yesterday, we and baf k. Uchee Valley and altqua lobe
pert 8 ol St.
3 67 nd said
of) 12 range county, dec. lOSe
Wa lint the abolition of slavery in th* That iho Judge of the Superior that portion ol township ea t ol St Ma supplied once a week. Aug tth lau

tffctJi;; Islands li.d eommcnconced.seeo .- ,: os. Atig sthnrrzed be, ai/d he hereby it, au rys river and townUups 234 567 and C of Leave Pensacoh every Sunday ami.Wid-
and adjudge nexlay, at b a m. arrive at Holmes Valleyevery -4
I examine
of the Islands Antigua or Si. to receive, rtnge 29. and -
I all cases of claims for losses occasioned 'I hat portion of lowmh'p 1 that,of St. llarya J 1t"1 Friday1 by 4pm. N o ice.
) governor railed' together 334467 add 8 of 2749 From Quincy by Rocky Comfort and
a'p iho ufotcsaid, in one river and townships tort GioVicM, IU .,urhirAt fin miles and weeks after
pertwoofihe most intcll-gennt of I Iad by troops App SIX date I will. apply for let;
I I thousand 'hundred and twelve, and range back twice I week I'rh>ala w ill be received i. ., et AdaUn1atn'f..u Ian the Eat..eot
Jiwt,, informed tan coaditions up right 12 3 4 5 6 7 and 8 of range 24. lorcvoirtJC the mail between AppalachibuU Wm Cam PELEC1A.
hundred ui M vsich be side flee right Township range
they were to } and Chsttaboocbee on horseback or in a Jluy 7th. 1834 :06wMARSHAI.'S
o thin said Judge or in > Fractional township 1 of range 29.
ssd.to be pursued for that purpoi A prrswitc steam boat. .
withheld in Each sate will b? kept open for two
which thin c\idenco was I fceave Quincy every Monday anjl FritUy,
ifvitofrevoltwas immediately maniafested lands resentdbv law for the use i.f SALE.
i the se.c and the at It hicoa: Wednesday .
decision arrive Jllb
once f.flbo exclu at 11 a m, every "
lad miM'ul law about to coiueju will be
was that such claims schools or for other purposes and nindsy by 5 p m, Superior Court-District of E. Plot Ida.
Vt of tie Treasury; .
tAt for
iur the protection of retary Leave cola riday and Toes
I for the treaty of bind at the City of Wash every IN
fart. not provided bv under my ADMtBAlTT.Charto .
wero 6 at Sunday
dap at a IDe arrive Quincy every ,
second thousand seventh dv of July A U
Frhmary twenty one 1834. ANDREW JACKSON. and hursday by p m. WiUey, Libellant
and nineteen between 2460 From Tallahassee by Magnolia, to St.
Clara tit Montreal, The' deaths' eight hundred ,
of the United Slates By the President: Harks,25 miles and back, twice a week. v. .
$K&mrtl from July SOili to the Sd the government iLIU8IblwAaD, Leave St Harks Thursday and San.

IMt. both inclusive, were 216, of which and Spain: Provided,said That such claims In the Cfininmsioaeriof the Oenennd Land day at 12 noon arrive every at Tallahassee same I Schooner Mary res .Ai.ja.,Aar ns.tackle. + dn4rmuI ._ Y
the .judge .
to office. .
149 be patented da sby6pm. >
were by Choleia of and Friday my virtue and in of an order 6
the Kondsjr pursuance
of front passage Julp 12BY Leave Itllahassee every
mace one year I
tthf ill said Court in the above eue'o me dif
That 7 arrive at St Mar..me aaya
also me at a -
The PittWerC papers uy that there isM act And provided 1 rected and delivered f will eipcse to sale
doubt of the etisfrncc of cholera in authority." herein given shall be subjecttrettont V1IITUB of writ ol Fieri Faeiu Issued P 2841 m. .1 From fallahastee by 1'usc _, .Bai public outcry for cub, In front of the CourtHouse

tbstr+t the Board to the yes l created b11 the pro.filOf'l cut of the Superior Court of the leIMiI' M&nticelo.' Bunkers Hill and Groo in the City of 8t Augustine on the 6th
Of ,, severely cemure the preceding i section. Kastero District of Florida and to me directed verville to Tanmasvillet 60 .ild.ftd back day of September next, between the hours of .I
RHkb for attempting to conceal the to June 2Cth 1834' ; 'and delivered. i will espcae 10 public Sate in once i week aDd an additional trip each week 10 o'clock A II and 2 P H of that day the
HI (bat the ,lrc.t Aprdveds; front of the Court House in the City of St. between Tallahassee and Monticelk Bunkers Schooner Wary Ann now lybjf on the beach

K*{ Dow cl letters have been re* I Augustine on Mo day the SIlt pf March neiu Rill pptied e inn and drabvcrvillereturoing. at.the north end ofTalbot Island, tosclhft'.IIb
MARSHAL'S SALE.BY between ilielw-ii*"! o-Ai'r'fc A M. and 2f. lobe her tickle apparel and furniture
much"et ,
ffiyedi Ie London. They are virtue of o writ of fieri facias M of that day the right title and mtereit Leave TalUhastee every Friday' o a ei. SAMUEL SI.Ala; Marshall '

of the Superior Court of Dirk FtelKhman of m and to the following Arrive Thomasvllle ncat.da, by 11 a m. August &b,1834 20-6w -
- B"vy Crockwi1 life lUll also been issued out Frorido and property, to wit i a house and lot situate in Leave ThcToasvUle every 5atunjay at I p ra .
for the Eastern District of ttarmk ward In the City>f tit.AvfeaflM sad 6
med. .. .JI. Arrive at Tall&bxssee nest day by p m. '
directed and delivered, i Will >- bounded as' follows witr C o the Worth by a Monday at 9 a IDe .
.r lilt t1n to rat a Leave Tsllahaaa e every I Notice.
tiarpe ri.- the
Daring year of John Forbes enhe .
of the CourtHouse lot belonging to the estate 5
.ale in Arrive at Monticello same day by p m.
tfcta 15,000 emigrant were i pg fo..IO public on east fy s hAt Cloning to Charles Law. Mtr.ticello Tuesday at 8.m. ALL persons having demands against the
St. Angiittinef
of letve J
d state of in the city 1 Street- of EM. dee.
the aouib by Joseph Oeksplae
by public charity in the December' ton, tMJ on the Arrive atTallaJtasaee same day by S p m. aut *.
seventh day Sireet-taien u eh'l
tho to --
yak Saturday and the west by George N. are requested DfMM ?
ou 2482. From 8t Augustine by Tosaoka.to ,
of 10 o'clock Fleiscbmaa at tbe .. wu, warm the time .,and
hours said Dirk
of wecka. prescribedlake
I "I' 11 t'.faM' Best between the property Swarm 74 Bites and back,oroe top those Indebted are _&
j A. M.iiid 2 o'clock, P. M. of that date suit ol A CadwelL Leave St AugusCue every other Monday at diate to .
Wousss Marshal.. payment '
BELB9PINfcrepcclfuHy wits nay 6
1 ltitHtl of 6U Augustine, thus the following property' ,George to street (rryrbe above aIe is postponed' until the I a Arrive m. at Hew Smyrna tlie nest day by 6 JOHN If. FONTAHBadar.

!m.B toawwnee her acfaool for the IrntrtK- feeet add, lot situated on and bounded tat! Saturday October.POUR P II. ". .
WaoJ Tom Wiet cn the IItb'Septembn. in tbe tit 1 of St. Augustine L Law Kew tayrna every other Wedaet -

tbet m't' on the north 6ylot belonging 16 day at .0 a rn. Nu std. .
ttusf.. tho East byOcorgo the next day by a ,
P. H. Perrault tt oo Arrive at Augustine
Col. d'ato I shall .
Ipelier. iRC. sodih by a lot be m.
tetafle wSrk per quart.. s.- street, on the the west : s ,appHcattea 1 to the judge 6f. p Prom Cbarlestoa Cor from fit HarkX .- five" notice that books are now open,

liltic" ieogrl h 1.itb. the IsMirig to.M,.. Cape and oo ti Court of*. Count, fcr Territtrybylttdkn Key to Key Weston at Jacksonville to receive st&scripUoi< for
above 0** Maria $mhc*> or bridge! creek ; ta*|the County Mil the real Estate month Stock In the ,nM4a P. and '.da1
fept 4dS118S4. 34weleltsah'terttstel by the of F. Aredoadoaartivisg 1on order or decree to !e Charleston or St Mirk's on the 1st, tit Rail Rs&d Csyt UDder tbe act cf in*, .
property .
kid as deed lato of
Israel Barber e Nag rsoath the Cc
of Artdoado and of Wit OD the 15th of every corporation granted by Legislative ai/
I ItIIX. partner sly due by, llid with ali the) tesa&i sad that.tHtoofe i '
WOTICE. lmel l HowtA'tanrivlBfi -, sea Coasty td pel aod arrive at the port ofdestleatlea ell at sat .b
wffltafw to the sea, at the stilt of Asa t. Estate, is ordw to sbtve the, P laftl *>-' prtctlabte despatch. tisntlnub opec during tbeRai e prescribed I'
eIIt. of Howe and NOTES. law HAlAS D. RAKT eoa'W
CrumCe8t parteer '
11ea.the JIM Il1elrl J
Marshal.Tha .
J_Ceeitr;Fer tettf H of su mJtsate iIVI- SAMUEL BLAIR JOHN WILLIAMS aa. Those who propose for Mall ccmtracfis are I WIL .1 as

Esti4tl.r. fldJOHN LOv9's1 a'"ire sa'11t ,I if pospoaed until I I J,ily I7ih Wit 19,.' 4* t pprjRd b 111Ir..cr QtaetftU. t oI1.1ft.1 '-W

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SALE.BV Harshal'a Sa1e.
__ __,' :: .. .11 .:. Caveat
Eraptcr. of t.on1 El wilt of i r
salt PUB of a writ veut oft Plofie .
; oIsT.HYul ALL persons interested will. please to take p-onulauecl out of the Superior Cone BYVIBTUE i issued oat of the So m*&.. SB? .
,that Hannah Smith b the owner fur die Eastern District of Florida and to me md
Secretary < Act ,
;V FO 'I KB UIKATOU.8T oi tract ot Land on St Marl! and Bella ri I directed and delivered, 1 will capote to pals .Drat Court for the Eastern disliict o Tara UtttrMTS**
SOW OBAS6EUOB .ZOVealir.i'be v rain Nassau County, adfoinlor landsof; Ho 1 sale In front of the Courthouse in tbe City Florida. and to rac directed end delivered ?&* '

loliowffig hymn to the Creator was Christopher contalnicg whbm Its ooundaries of t. Augustine on Saturday the SUI day of I will expose to public Salo in front ol" IN pursuance.f die Leers Gt lhsT'' .
t with appropriate music by the preeeal one thousand acres The said tract Is situa April nest between the hours of 11 o'clock tbo Court Houte to the ChI of St. Au I or Flornls r NtatorY '
Imposed .
Band Is tbe .
27 M sup that .
3 U. of day
ted township range o'clock P.
and 3
A. H. i it
Lord Chancellor. At hIS Lordship can sections 11,12,13 wit A House and lot gustlnooo Monday tbo Slst day of March ticu.1t hereby prGclti.,. Ni
posed to comprise pans property to
.tag to ECU the perfections anel.e.of"Nature's and bane Sir 1 920, 25 end 26. I ef following ground in Barrack ward City of t.Augustine Belt betweea the hours of 10 o'clock A. knowothat oa the first Id....1...II. ;
lire ;
Bivtae.ta whoa we should rejoice to find him ALSO.'A tract of Land ia Spell swamp,' ,fronting on Charlotte street,bounded on \1. and 2 o'clock P. M. of that day, IhooUo"ing in the year of our Lord oso ti

i ear being tits,harp we to the still higher descant of and contains within its boundaries Four bun.I the North by a lot of Charitable society, ohtbe ( property, to wit: a certain eight hundred and thirty fear, I.

the tuning Inestimable lore of God In the redemption tired aeres,and Is believed and to lie within, town. South by a lot of Lbunbias on the cut by tract or parcel of land consisting of eight lowing nsmrd persoas were fd
E. or
3 35 N
ship taken the
range as property
without Charlotte street,
ofoldcb the world by our Lord Jesus Christ derived from situated west of the St. members of the text Lea islat'cif
be true the ineffable Crev The titles to these lands are Maria Coruna at tbe suit of Robert Mickler acres TI eo..:
but if scripture a"consuming fire.0-Ltubn CIIIia the Spanish Government and bare been con 'i and Anna his wife Admrx. Johns river, the admeaiurraent thereof as appears (iota the elett.r,,,,-
ter it Ofttatwr.rtiere firmed and copies of the concessions,surveysand SAMUEL BLAIR, Uarshal. beginning at the mouth of Buckley's made to me as required by Is,.
; JiM'. Is a God"all nature cries s evidence of confirmation were duly to filed directions The above sale is postponed until the lab July Creek below wbito spring, and follow. From the comty of 1.......
proclaim with the.aurveyor general according Tho above sale is postponed until the Thomas !'.Blount lad
; A thwuand lounges l ing upwards the margin ol aid river, to George W Qr.
His arm almighty mind In chorus all vise, A Caveat against the sale of these lands second day of August noxi. the point where the public road from Fromm the county of W li"--J

And bid each voice Uis rise' :, have been filed with the Register and Re July 17. 1854. Picolata to Alachuu crosse? the said rivei L. blcKtaaonFrom .
I To magnify name ; ceiverof the Laud Office> for the District of The above sale b postponed until the Tub the count of Wcul
lines its _
and has the
following as .
I 2 .
with the Commissioner
East Florida, and also day of September nextMarshal
Thy name great Nature's Sire divine of the General Land Office at Washington, boundaries, to wit: the 1st line ruts Fran11in-Eb'R J. Wood.

;;", Assiduous godhead we at whose sRejecting shrine of which all penon.wm pleaseto take notice. Sale.By from a stake at the mouth of Buckley'sCreek From the county of JacLWI-
E. B.GOULD, West 112 chain iam S. Mooring and Htnry J.
South 25 degrees HeImtr
nations blood and wine i issued
Benighted for H. *. VIRTUE of a writ ol fieri ;
libations Aug 13,1831. AU'y the 2d line runs from said From the county of Qadsdr
I' la vain pour. ) out ol the Superior Court of the East to a pino r ,t
I" district of Florida, to the llarabal directed pino South GO dfgtccs,,East 174 chains C. Love and David; Ocliliree.-
Yon countless worlds to boundlesi space VIRTUE writ of Fieri Facial iasu-. 1 will at public From the
BV oft ,and me delivered, expose to a pine the 3d line runs from said cotmty of LeOfl-Am.
Myriads ot mites each boor cel out of the Court of the House in the Town ,
Superior ale in front of the Court East 154 chains Macon and Samuel ".Dat.)
Their mighty orbs as curiost trace, Eaatern District of Florida and to ne directed !of Jack.onille.lJunl County on Saturday pine drgtcrs From the ,
As Hi* blue circlet studs the face and dener.dl.iII expose to public Sale in the six day of September n ex.,for cash, al to a pine the 4111 line tuna from saidpine ham county of Jtf.'rtI1-A....
-Of t&atesaanellcd lover. front of the Court House In the City of St. the ritghttitle and interest ot Joshua A. Coffee South S3 degrees East 175 Bellamy.

*;:*. But thou too n I.
To glitter in the dawn i, between the hours uf 10 o'clock M. and 2 ted on the west side of St. Johns Hirer, and said South :; West 123 Hamilton-Archibald McNeal.
The band that fired the lamp pf day P. M of that day the right title and Interest about two miles North of the Doctor's Lake, pine degrees From the counties
r -, < The blazing comet launched away of Dirk FJeiscbman of in and to the following and on the bead branch of Mc'GerV Creek a chains to a pine-the Gib line runs from ofColumbla, 4k
Pouted the velvet lavro.At property to wit a house and lot situate in I and bounded as follows, that -s to IA). 1st line said pine South 15 degrees East 123 chug and Jlilliborozih -Gad 1W

barrack ward in the City of SU Augustine and runs North 80 degrees, ". 69 50-100( chains, chains to a linp-al1d the lilt lino runs |)Iney".
tit.t apsrraw to the ground.abedi..nt bounded follows to mitt on tie North by a and i'ndsata From the
will u begins at a pine atake-X-Ill (rum said pine Not ill 85 degrees East county of Ihr411okrllrfn.
to thy i lot l belonging to the estate of:John Forbes pine 2d, s. 40 degress. U. 20 50-OOU chains \ .
By the same law those globes wheel round the east by a lot bcloning to Charles Law. to a pine-Sih, 19 degrees, E. 33 chains,6th 110 chains to a stake on ihe Picolataroad. From the
Each drawing eacb,yet alUtill found 'on, ;14 on the tbe south by Street- W. 46 degrees, E. 35 chains, 7th, W. 44 .-Also one thousand acres at a county 0/ hauaa ..y-..
la "'&e: t'rnal.'atI'GI, bound land on the west by George Street-taken as chains to the beginning containing six bun. place called Cedar Hammock or B..ggs Ilir2inbothuu.:

One order t fulfil. 4 .,. I property oruld Uirk Fleischman at the dred and forty acres, taken in execution (up Hammorkon the South pOll of Mnscll's From the counties of St. Johns ..
.Il = I suit of William A CadweU.I on the foreclosure ol a mortgage) u the pro. thousand Jlos itoc-Joie ph L. Sniib and
of .
=Tlioe I pond being a two acres, ..
An eighty feet 1Ka l1'slaw.- i whoa I SAMUEL ULHIR, Mar,h.1.Q perty of said Josnua A. Coffee' the suit of'illi.m part jllmilJ A Putn-m.
art fund of flowers are advised to read ,I : -The above tale is postponed until tbe \\ : Levingaton. Sale to commence which were granted to George I. F.
the toiiofhug article from Mobile:"This4s 6thday: of September next.1tiIARSHAL'S5ALE. aliin the hours prescribed by law. ClaiKe in absolute propeity cm aye 15th From the county of Ifonroc..& .
WlLUAsl HICKMAN, of 1811 also! five luindrrda a-d FiuzMtri.-k.|
and Februaiy, *
of flowers moonlight o-
alto 'lard ,
-, vi'uingndoofi southern breez l.. Here j J+rti, 4.. 18-7w Dept. Marahat. ties, nt and about. the head of Deep GEORGE WALKER..

we h tat; flyers in every variety from B Vliti'Uv. Ot a u.rit o'' Fieri Fecus. is MEDICAL COLLEGE Creek which empties( itself into the Si. Eicciuivo Office, July 171!,, 18'4

ho lolly t and I issued out of the Superior Court of the Johns liver on the East side, peing pan -
tin litile rose to
.... picaroon tustern Diatrict of Flot1 a,and to me directed Or TUB 8TATE 07 SOUTH C.U (lLINA. of a, tract of two thousand acres which IotiCt.tijIX .
.. The
...,..t magnificent magnolia. raagno* this in.
and delivered tuu
1 will to pubic Sale in to
expose said Gem I. F. Cl. ske ; weeks after date
lia i ir t t an tvcrgrc-eu using to the height of 'trial ol the Court House in the City of St THELECTURES the secondSai- vela granted go + the Hon the I shalt I"" "

80 feet and often much more. Tho Augustine on Saturday tbe 2d day ot Augu.thest urday in November next, and close on on the 15th Fcbnt4iy 1811. Also fivehundred I Court of Duval county Judge for letters of the CGIIIJ
between the hours of o'clock ) at and about tho head of or sdmis,
10 acres
.J A. ti.
leave the and so full iration the
are deepest on Estate nr
green the first in March John
and 2 P. M, of that all Monday following Clf01l... all
be day, tint piece or par. the said Deep Creek being the tumplerwni of void
that the bl>"Dcbe..rt scarcely to seen. eel ol land supposed to contain 600 acres situated Anatomy.-J. EDWARDS UOLBUCOK ; I coniy,dee. SAMF L BaRln'.
Its bl s ora is of pure white five or six in the County tif Mosquito iu said Dirtricton M. D. I of two thousand acres first above August 7th, 1834 20-&.
inches in diametoi and of deliciousfragrAUce. the mentioned : token as Ilea pro'erl'olGeo'alft f
HHIaborouRb Rtrerj bounded on the Burgery. JOHN WACNEB, M. D. !
This magnificent tree grows cut by said river, on the north by lands el Institutes and Practice of Medicine, I. F. Clarke ntlhesuit of Archibald Notice.AI. .

in abundance ;in the woods adjoining Lindaey I'odd and south by lands of Cruder Clark
great S. HENRY DICKSPN M. D. .'. I-
tf P"OI"II test.d In the
Depeytter being the Northern part of a SAMUEL BLAIR MnnliaL aLl 01
Mobile together with the titi, the JO*-fh j|. s.u.cl.ei
4ract ol Land containing 1100 acres granted Chtmlitry.EDMUND RAVENELM.D wil take DutIu,the
-co m or'tree, which is a specie ofrWtiuliv Imbrue Hull by royal title on the 22J of' Materia dlcnica.-UCNHT R. FausT, Feb. 26ih; 1834 49-5wTlio IS munth,after tMI tbtt.1? apply tote..
bearing still larger flowers : l-Vhruiry 1812. Alan ad that certain portion M. D. above sale is im poncd until Judge of tl.e ccuuty court forth cwnti tf
the accacia and many others uf the same tract of 1100 acres bounded on the Saturday 24th. day ol August. St. Johns! h'r a diM bare frwn thc duties of
s Obstetrics THOMAS O. PRIOLCAV ExecUo- Iud .
south by a line running& wetter) from a ls iitc
hart or stoNe'oti the Western bank of the M. D.I'hysiolug'y.JAMES. JOlly LEE WILL1M.
..Great age of an Orange Tre e.Thrre .- Ilil'aboruugh rirerwcarbyvacanthands. ni>nlkJ( MocLTnte Jr. MARSHAL'S SALE.BY i June 18. 1334 136mTHE

is un orange tree, still living and by 'lands ot Dunham and east by laid river M. virtue of n writ of (fu'ri f acacia, .

vigorous, in the orangery at Versailles, containing, about 100 acres:also tbe remaining! D.JAMES MOULTRIEJi. issued out of tho Superior Court ;
which ia wll ascertained to be above portion of a.id tract I Iing-outh of Rid wharf SUBSCRIBER ,
Eastern Florida recei
lor the District of and having
Also all that Dean of i ho Flleuh ,
I piece or land $00 ) I
old It is "The containing acres d
400 Ifiiri
years ; designated being the southern part of a tract of 1500 acrcs July 2-17 iu me directed and delivered I will es> i ol adminhtrCI! oa
Bourbon, havinc belonged to tbo celebrated I confirmed to said Hull at the same lime pose to public ute, in font of she Court the E. ate Waters Smith dec noticeis

constable of that name in the be I situated at Uosqmto aforesaid' in what was House in the city of Si. Ai-gmtine, on 'hereby give.i to all persons baiia.*

ginning of' the l6ib, century and boiog known aa Tur nbuP'a Western Swamp, taken Notice. Saturday tho seventh day of December I d..rnends J g.iinit said cstateto preseattnim
confisc ted to the rrown in 1552 at as the property ol said Ambrose Hull I at the within the
suit ot John F Drown. ALL Persons laving demands against the next between the hours of 10 o'clockA. time limited by Lav
which time it was 1S1 years old. A tate of Wm. Walker, late ol Nassau duly Authenticated all who iccleblcd
SAIIUEL BLAIR M. nod 2 o'clock P. M. of that dale are -
crown It placed oo th. tub In which. it .....* Z,.h tO34. .r, llsrshsl... .County.... -,.dec.- -will. %plense... render. I.1 them.in. du...yW .. [liaR t fnlittwin nrn!tny. to wit nny to said! E tto arc required to

is planted with this ioicripUoo, *uSowoin estate will please come forwaid and make i irn house and lot situated on George SI.eol't lo make imWdittit p..ym nt.
1421. mediate payment in the city of Sr. Augusiioc,and bounded SRAULIS0N., aarar.o .
t ; op t
.. on th*) north by a lot belonging t 21 July 1834 19-4
At ChamhnZOth Qualified _
AuglB34. fNOTICE Executor.
EN'R<l.-Tho .different moaning I Col. P. II. Perrault, on the J; si'by *
17 1834. -
July 17 8wESTATE -
that may bo given to emphasis, is shown is hereby given that 't',e Georgo street, on the south by a lot belonging SlOO HfcWAKD.f .

in Lord Edward Fitzgerald*"apolr y" is prepared to receive m \ .
to Mis. Capo and on the west i Y from ill? tuj.cr.brrea tae
to the lush How of Commons* In a such CLAIMS lor losses occasioned by OF JOHN n.Phl.LtClKII. D. C Marta 14'11tn' livf, ISIS two negro Den,
by creek
Sanchez or
4 S after date I will t I bridge ; taken
apply to the t'MAu'Kand
of UN- United OOLKIlAIN.
Lord E. the Slates in
moment of ezcitnment, Troops the SIX
great the Judge of the County Court olbt as the properly of F. M. Aredondo PRINCK is
dwmd said, "Sir, 1 do think that the year 1812 and 1813 as have not here. Johns County tor letters or Adninutration surviving partner of Aredondo and complexion, Lout ajKMl six 23 years of arc dark
tact high, with mad
a Lord Lieutenant and the majority of toforo been presented to the Judge of on the Estate ot John U. PC II icier, late son, at tho suit of Asaha! Howe, surviving VHIKC...

this H'insA are the worst subjects die this District, or in which the evidence of said County, Deed. partner ol Howe and Dimon. COLER .IN is about 30 or 35 )'ttrsol'lf-

King has This was followed by loud was with held in consequence of the de JAMES PKLLICIF.D, SAMUEL BLAIR hubal.SI. Six net high, ot light complrikgn and itnct
Clint of to the bar.' and I take down ciiion of tho Secretary of she I July 3d 1834. 11-6.. b !rd1 lie-v were i merh/: the property of

his voids,' and tbree bouts were spent i iinefdetual iu that such.cUimi were not provided Tre.lurY'1 lor. CLAIMS Aug. Nov. 5 J. 1833. 37-if. William F. Kelly.and arc well known upon
NINTH above sale is pospoood until 1 the St. Johns Ewer .
attempts to induce him to a* by the Treaty of 22d February 1819 between ARTICLE. Saturday the 24th.& day of August. The above reward will 1 be. paid for their

polo"Ir. At last he is reported to have i the Governments of the United Subscriber will receive Claims un delivery to me or in St. >Iry Jail so thai Iget

said, with some humor, 'I am accused ol I Slates and Spain. I THE the 9th article i ami will give bit them. A fuitUriennl of ooe buedrtd

having declared that I think tho Lot d Each claim will bo preferred in the : personal attention to their adjustment before JOTICE is hereby given to all s per? plan: a ill be psid fir proof lo the comic

Liuteriant and the majority of the I form of a Petition, in which else Potitioner the proper tribunal. Having bail son e experience sons interested that Deputy bur don or their being harbored: byanv .hkeWILLIAM
". House the worst subjects the King has : will set forth particularly the I. the; nature,and and brink circumstances thoroughly acquainted of these claim with veyors will be engagcdfrora( the first of penCln.:nnn Geo. Slay 6tb' 1834.T. 1l0PKlN3.JelT fttfS4UATE.DECI

M. laid 10, '/it true and I am tarry fatt natut add amount ol in. I"! .... autaiocd whatever businen of,this description may be November next until completed) in the

*.' -the lime at which they occurred, entrusted t o him will be tranaarted a itb taltlifulness. I survey of that section of country embraced Fa't'A'I F: i31." t'Af110

and [as the cato may be] that the claio E. U. ;OUI.D. : between the Gulf of Mexico and the Q' llt: C11SClfthttt3hartrgobtiuud let.

Of twenty three young men, recently has not been before presented to ate 16th July 1834 Atlantic Ocean specially designated i '. e v of A mi air s km upon the E4ateof

. admitted to practise law in the State of Judgeo, this District or that the tvi- T Court-U Eatt -a ,by Districts lettered A. B. C D. E. & F. deed.1 acl o,S all 4 bate penon Utr having of the cbin County,t igainst of 81.Jobai it are,

&!i isiippi' i i, at th* nine time five onlyare dance in said claim was withheld, in oyi* Superior ,- Florida.IN in a diagram deposited with the Keeperof h, reb> notified to present them'lot payo**!.

r natives of the State. The others are sequence of the decision of the :Secretary CHANCERY. the Archives at St Augustine for the within the time prescribed by Lt... or t&ey

principally from tho neighboring Slates, of Clio Treasury. Maria R. Rodiiqucz, information of the community log lhel will not be for ver bittd. AU persons ia*
end two or three from the ..oth. The Fjeiitiooer will moreover aver I I with the fraction around said City, and d.bled lo said E tat,, by bond note,or Mbrrw'sr >
1V 1-
..,. .. that at tho time of suffering tho losses William Hnnford & Mary Ibo island of Anattatia. The surveyof of. ,ANTONIO are repaired ALVAREZ ti n.ake fstment 7 there

----- complained ofho was a subject of Spain II an ford, his wile. the city will also be executed under ItAUONSAUATE. 5: AJmr'a

corns BllUl'S GUlt i *. and d,., previous to tbo happening of ON MOTION ot the complainant's Solid special instructions copies of whichcan July &l I 1834. 15-at...
afar, and it having been made to .
said -
Y VIR PUB ot a aliaa vritjol fieri faces I.. losses tho agent or troops of the pear to the Court by affadavit, that William ap [I DO seen by appplying to the city ''
> surd out of-the Court lor tbEutern United States had I authorities KKGI LAU SACKE'fETWEEP .
Superior e entered East Florida Hanford one of.the defendants in the above or Keeper of ibo Archives ,
District Florida, and to me directed The Petition ed ty the petitioner, cause,resides out of the Jurisdiction of this aforesaid which will enable all persons ST. AUGUSTINE
11 and delivered,! will expose to public sale will be filed with the Court, and in the United Slates. It is there
to act this
undersigned who advisedly sub
on interesting
in front of the Court Housetin tbe,cil' of St.Aufv fore Ordered that the said CHARLESTON.i*
will then William llanford
: lneon appoint o tine for joct, Tbe
4 > ( Saturday the 4th day of October receiving do and answer the said same requirements aro exact;
ii' : nexwbetween. the boars of 10 o'clock' A. lit. proofs in support of the same bill)appear of complaint on,or before the complainants ninth day ,ed of the claimants with regard to the THE regular Picker, Sdtt..II .

4 and 3 o'clock P, M. of that day, ,the following All claims must be presented withinone of September next, otherwise the said Dill survey of private claim.,a. heretofore in IK SAMUEL\ S. BULLS\ LvweSOVTswici
;4 t trtets or parcels of land to wit one tract or from the 26ih will be taken
year JUDO
similar betueethe
of last pn cnagainst him i and cases to enable tbo Deputies to will continue tanning
tend oI .
parcel consisting, 5000 acres, situ.ob Application will bo made at the it is further ordered that this order be pub. perform their duties under the laws and abor* ports, tbroghout tbe year.
the aide
ted on east -of the riverStJbetween as Chambers of the fished once a week, till ibc Mid ninth its of Her Cabin lcolDmodionlaDil haadieaeff
Buffalo Bluff and Mount Tucker, Judge between the September next,in.the Florida Herald. y their Instructions, and (or the faithfulporormeo'ee furnished, and fitted abe asastr&odatlon
and bounded is follows to wits the 1st line hours of ten and/owr in the diy. Dated St. Augustine this 9th day ofllav of which they Ire bound I of Paurngers. The table will **

begins on the but of the river aforesaid and ROBT. RAYMOND REID BOBT. HAYMOND REID, under heavy penalties and oath oi once supplied with the tot tbe Market sFer.!.r-

runs north 73 degrees,east 145 chains to a lodge of the Sspr. Court, Jit4 i 8u 'r. Ceram, i therefore again and again take Capt. S.takes this opportunity& to return atf
.. marked H the-bank ol small I oecasion
r "pine on a creek Din. East Florida. Dig'. E Florid. grateful thanks for favorssmltesuUrdscontinuance
to solicit all past
'or branch-tbe 21 liraonan. south 31 degrees D. A. PUTNAM, persons hosing
of the of his k
..... rmf claims patronage
,Eb.m; to another pine with the ammaarkthe e Coapa't Solicitor. to surveyed within the limit and tbe Public
34 tone a.....ra decrees West SOScbsta .Notice. A True kestgnated I
CopyTesl K.D.CHIOS, > afford every St. fu-usiine, July 3J.1834. S.s-tt
to another pine with the same mk ..
t Thuredar the ;
Cterk. these
4a1or facility
ON September officers as required +
a place matted Horse landing on the bank ol all beofl"ered rorab May 15)h) lB34.-I-tt. by -
il/e taW river thence along the same to the 1st-- -.....d... a......._ .1.1 -.a._walks___e p1_laabtio_ n fomornotice loonablo them- to- lav-- down--,-- tint
wMucn uc&u. MI caw ---
,Is lace ef ftDln.-a1Io another tract or par-, the Mills containing ol 1180 acres real etatewith 01 had I their claims without impeding tho our
eel'"land consisting of 6000 acres situated on several(ruts. in THE SUBSCRIBER vays of the public domains. FLOBIDAII HERALD,

the wilt put of the river' Johns betweenthe ALSO SING duly elected qualified and; Surveyor's oftlce Tallahaae. June 1834. PCBLISBD

place _Ked Ptnton and'Ledie'i old store All the perishable property or Saul Estate, RIP 'commissioned as Surveyor of St. U. BUTLER, EVERY THURSDAYftaanas
And the lands formerly cultivated the swath fcy aide the wid. consisting of 2 or 300 head of prime stcck & Johns County informs tho public that Sure Gcn.of Florida: I I .
-cJ.-eo4in. on beef
opposite cattle with ten of 8W :
the Horse lindios-tho lit lice begins at bones, kntttion'tnob yoke, 2 Cotton oxen 3 arts, be is ready to receive any orders per&IIDloIDIIO -

a eepee.s auke4 H un the baR of the said milk, 1 tamil/I .prime negroes 1 ferry Cms flat bud that Department. FOUE WEEKS after date I shall M. QOUID' I
f paver,ad runs souib 72: degrees west 175 large boat witb sundries CHAS. E. HAWKINS. application to the Judge of AT i.

e&atestoaplne. 4he2d Imemns north 18 1'be1and lies at the bead of navigation County Surveyor.17,18S4. the County Court of Nassau
oa County for FIVE '
derrees watt 2M chains to another pine-the St Mary River,'about 35 miles PER
&JiM mm.eortti73 decrees cut 1710haiu the town cf8t Mary. by land trm Jul 9IX en order or decree to sell the real .Es I

.. to the: bank alike river, 'or DeU the afore., Conditions-The lands win be sold at 12 tate of Isr.el Barber deed. late of Nassau tt7ADVRTi8HNTS: inserted at Off! j
eatd. store-tkence along Ute rarer to the months credit. Coaety to debts duo said
the IiJ! weeka after date twin pay by DOLLAR per square for the first '2s>
: ubce of bciamlll-tau as property cfJos. The personal apply to la
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