Florida herald
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 Material Information
Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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Sec. 7. And, further enacted white person, of any cri e, offonce, or War department b person shall for. with a violation of any of the provisions a"._

That if any person other than an Indi misdemeanor trithin the kdiun country felt and pny the sum not exceeding three or, regulations of this ..cr. shall be found .

. an shall, within trio Indian countrypur ,I Ibo property of.any fiienijy Indian is ,hnndred dollars; and If any Supermen wiltfm any nf the United States, or cither .* *

chase or receive of any Indian In tho taken, injured, or destroyed, and t con* dent of Indian affair, Indian % eat,sub uf the, Territory J'ldicia'' district ;

way of barter, t.ado. or pledge, a gun, : victiou is had fur such criraf offence, gent,or commanding officer of a military having jnrisdictinn ..r.the *
trap or other article commonly used in I I or mlsiicTncanor, the person \\so convic post has reason inspect or is in Sec:. 2?. And be it further enacted, /
hunting any instrument of husbandry I ed shall be sentenced such that white Indian That
to pay to formed any person or all penalties which shall accrue
..:.... .. ... or cooking utensils f.f the kind common friendly! Indian to w -om Ibo propeitv Is about to introduce or has introdu under this act, shall! bo sued fur and *> r "

IJ-- ., tile VlflTI STATES, PAIH .Iy obtained by the Indians in their In. II may belong, or whoso person injured, red, spirituous liquor into the Indi- recovered4 in an wctinn of debt in the .

'rffiiritBTSESSlrWOrTBE!: TWEN- tercourse witji the white people, or any a sum equal to, twico the property t>i. ',,county in violation flf the provisionsof name of the United States, before any 't

", .tHIRD 'CONGRESS.Punuc. other article of clothing, except skin or ken, injured, pr destroyed. And it iliii ,1ecI.iou. it shall be lawful! forturd'supcrintcndcnt court fnvjagjiirisdiction of the aameia( a

furs, he shall forfeit and pay |he sum of such offender shall be unable to pay alum Indian,eat, or tIny State or Tenitnry in which the defendant .... ,

[ No. 77.] fifty dollars. at least equal to the just value or ..ub>u6eui, 01 military officer egiecably shall!! be nested ar found,) the .

I ACT IGI'fP1ate) trade and intercourse with Soc. 8. And be it further enacted, amount, whatover such p.ymenl.hall) to sued rtuulatioiis as may bo establish onn half thooseof the infoimer, and ;

it fetn.N aad to preserve peace oa the Thai of aov person other than an Indi I fall short the same, shall bo paid out of ed by the President ol the United Statesto The other half to she njo-of the United .t

-.." b the Senate and lyonsc s'!. shall within..the limit tany.tribe. tho Treasury ol the United. States;ACcftfed -' cau.se.tltcjjpats, store-, packages and Stated except when the prosecution N
,,' ( tire United States with whom the United States shall hle"exisdog ,'That cb'sut& Indian shall hues- P laces'ttf lIepoho' of aneh pfwon to ,bt> fthafcbo/itttxinsiilttied pn behalf of the
.,"""..tMi t' attempted That treaties hunt or trap, or take ,tilled to ..nJ' a steer, out of.thin Treasury searched and If any such spirituous Ii. United States, in which case thin whole "-

J", itriat ia&f Ctmgrnt the United States west, oft and destroy any peltries or game, except of the UuitHd States; lor'frnyWe. quor or wine is found, the goods, boats, hull be toiheit n<... '

a iW pwt and within the for subsistence in the Indian coun property if he, or any of tho pation to .packages, and peltries of such person Sec. 28. And be it further enacted

t Mi illipri.,i sad Louisianaor the Ir.locli person stall forfeit the sum of which ho belongs, thall hqto ought shall be seized and d"I livercd to the proper i That) wueii: g Cod or other property .

SttfH or Mit Arkansas urI and alto 11111e five hondied dollars, and forfeit all the private revenge or attempted tobbtainsatisfaction officer, and .hall bo proceeded ogainst shall it' seized lor any violation of this
ferriterl United States, cast ..rlko traps, guns, and ammunition in his possession by any force or violoocc: hy libel in the piopor court, and I net, it shall be lawful lor iho person

: and not within used or procured to be used for .provided, alto, That if!such ofTcnUer forfeited, one half: to the use of the informer ; iHtSfCiitmg un behalf of thin United

i river the Indian title bat any that person and peltries so taken. atnuot bo epprohcudod, brought and tlio other half o the use ol Status to trLceed( again' such good, or
SlIt to .ltiela silO of See. 9. And 6..rlA'" enacted to trial, the amount offacfi propoityalMll the United States; and if such person is other properly, in the manner directedto

erg feihedfrtr and deemed purposes the IbSte. That if any person shall drive or omer- be paid out of the Treasury as a* A trader, his license shall be revoked be ob>e.rved iu the case nf goodr,

ft*set, feeukcn wise convey any stock of noises, mules, fbresaid. and his bond put in suit. And it shall wares, 01 merchandise brought into ihe .

IiteMry. he it (further ,heated or cattle, to tango or feed on nny fond Sec. 17 And bt further enacted mm cover be lawful for any person in United States in violation of ihe revenue

I 2. AN shall bo belonging to any Indian Indian tribe Tint if any Indian or InJunt, bilung- the service of the United States, or for I I..".. '

reo. 1 per'"of the Indians permitted ia tho laii tottitvidi without the consent of sucn tribe such ing to Nny tribe in amity with ibfr Uuit- any Indian lo lake .td: destroy any ardent : Sec. 29. And be it furthft enacted -

say ( person shall forfeit the sum of one dol. ed Stales, shall, withio tlie ludun'cojn- spirits) or wine found ia iho Indmo TliHt tiif; following acts and pans ofacts

.. 0Mry) without a lieonio thereforjtaiSapefifttendenloflndian affairs .rJor each animal of such atock. try, take or destroy tbe propvtty of any country,, except military supplies as shall he, and the a inn* arc herebY' repealed ; .

which 15-, Sec. 10. And be it further ,enacted poison .lawfully{ within such country, 01 mentioned in this section. namcli: An act in provisionrolntivf .

alftliMJf'it, or subogtln't for of That the Superintendent Indian af shall pass horn the Indian country into Sec. 21. And,be it further enacted to ra'ioos fur Indians, and; 10

fIA feelnaed! of a the term 1UNI.fpi. two. fairs, and Indian agents and 'sub-esents, any State or Teriuory in.iabited by citizens That if any I parson wh;sieves ahaill,.itli- their rises fo tan feat nf Qntoninienr,

tent. for the tribes east shall have authority to remove fronrfho oftuo. United States, and theme in the limit* of th* Indian country, setup appmvfd May thirteen .riglucen hundred

.wed net exceeding three years fur Indian country all persons found there take, steal, or destroy,auy horse hurs or continue any distillery for, manufacturing t on act in n.gu t"I"! trndr and io.. ; .
And the
of that river.
beteibn west in coolr.rYlo law; and the President of os, or other property, belonging lo any ardent spirits, he shall forfeit lercourse with the indi"*n trib.'., und to

."Ii ig for inch license shall! the United States is authorized to direct citizen 01 mhabttttut ot HID Uuned States and pay a penalty of ooo thousand dol- prooifc peace on the Ilnoliel01'1'(1 l \'-

JifI.... to a penal) sum not exceeding the military force to be employed to such ciiizon or inhabitant, 'his lepre- lays; and it shall bo Ibo duty of the Superintendent od March thirty eighteen hiodinl mid

iff tfoattad dollars, with one or more such removal. tentative, attorney or agent, maymjke of Itdiin efl.'ns, Indian two ; an net!' supplementary m the' act .

aeedes, to be Approved by the person Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, dpplicatiou to tho proper auperiutecdent Rgeut or subagent, within the limits of passed thirtieth March eighteen (hundred

ii < the iiaw,co&diiioncd that such That if any person shall nnko a settle- ugent, or sub-Hgeut who upon whose agency the same shall bo sot up nnd twq. to regubttt trade and intercourse

tone trill!fiitUfully observe all the lawsisJHgslstions men onatiy lands belonging securedor being famished win the necessary conl nu..d.to.thwith destiny' and breakup ; with the Indian tribes and to .

oMae for the government granted by treaty with the United documents and proofs, shall, under trio the same; and it shall bn lawful to preserve peace; on the fioniierr, npprov >. .

purse aid! intercourse irith tho Indi- States to any Indian tribe, or shall survey I direction of tho Pie id, nt, make application employ the military force of the United c-d April twenty nine, eighteen hundred i :A.. '

atri'hts and to no respect violate the or shall attempt to survey such lands i to the nation or tube to which said States executing that duty. .and sixteen ;)an net for the punishment '' : '

sue ADd lite superintendent. of the 01 designate; any shall. forfeit ,and pay Indian or Indians shall belong, for satisfaction Soc. 22. And be it further enacted of crimes and offrnrrs committed wihintht : ". f .

tain. ,stall have power to rofuko and the sumo of one thousand dollars. And 1 1 ; and if such nation or tiibeshullneglect That iu oil trials about the right elf property Indian b undaries! app' ovt-d Ma'r ..If,.' .

cmtttbestiiie, vhencver the perronteed it shall, moreover, be I liWlul for the ur refuse 10 nnko satisfaction,in in which an Indian may be a p.irty third eighteen hundred and crenteri. .. ., .

stall in his opinion havattisjfHttd President of the Uuitcd States to take I a leasonabla time, nut e*.,.dmg iwelvo on one side, and a white poison on the fast and second cnions oft thin ret' ,' .

aay of the Jaws or regulatitsi such measures, and to employ such I mouths it slut. bo Ibo duty of such suIierimeudtfai iho other the burden ol pioot shall rest directing tho manner of appointing Ira- i... .

provided for the government elfnfosftd military force, as ho may judge nocftsa- .: ugont or subagent, 10 upon the white person, whenever the ,I dim agents" and eoniinuinc' use 'Act ,
k rc.eoneWith the Indian the Indian shall make out the presumption j e5t.iLr ihinfT .'dMig houses wild the In- ;
r, to remove (rom,the lands as afore/ald': : make ,return ol|m doings pomditstouer ,
.,OII.t would bo improper to such aforesaid. ... j of' lad ian Affairs,, and such of title in himself f hum the fact of .pien&rnnrship dl .ti tribe ." opprovrd sixicrnth righteott f
os I I
.,wit him .to remain in the Indian any person I .. ... liundrrdjtnd' t a' ,,
further bo tHkcn as.bnll bopiopef ,jaIlS 1'000000lnn nr : oightp n{ n oi ;:--- r' <' '.-< -
_,. .......| ......J* M.... *t.v whit .W5fc._12. And. be itjprthet< enacted {+ steps m-OT Sec. 23. And be it further :enacted the nf Indian and .
That in the opinion bflhti'rcsidem npoiisition; agents
ot purchase, grunt, lease, or other ,
trita stall be carried on within their That shall bn hats ful tug shin militaty factors ved April ,< ..,.
it eighteen
conveyance of|and., or of any title or I to obtain satisfaction fut the injury I app twenty .
kw4.rr, except at certain suitable and claim thereto from any Indian nation ; and, in' iho mean time, in respect te : force of the United States be employ bundled and 'eighteen; an nn supple :

mteek&t places, to bo designated or tribe of Indians! shall bo of any validity the pioperty .i' taken stolen or des cd in such manner and such regulationsas mentury to thin act oniittod "11t. net to i

foss times to time by the super intcn in law or equity, unless thus smo IlroYld. the United States guaranty to the President may dicta, in the apprehension piovido for thr promt HIM i lenient of public i:' ,:;

draw tgr&ts, and sobagents, and to be br made convention Ilbe so injuipd an eventual indemnification of fcby I'cnon, who shall or account.** app' u\'t'd F February itren- ;
by treaty or i-n- party : t
U'ertd i fa tbe license. And it shall be toned into to the couttitutton.And '. : Provided, That, if such in- rnny'be found in the Indian country, ju ty four, eighif-cn bu died and niiu'teen; r

do dirty elf ta n persons graining war re* if pursuant not employed under juted l.ar.y..I'. representative attorney Violation ('(Ibo provisions of this act* the eighth si'CiHui of the/ an making dp(
tfUtc ..dalict .pl forthwith 10 reportbtnm any shall! in viohtcuoy nnd him immediuifely to convey, from prupu.tions! 10 carry into rff-ci treaties
the authority of the United States, she u t I ur agent may way,
tn the commissioner of Ind'untfwi.for Indian in the concluded with several IjjJfian tribes
country con
of of uct by seeking
I attempt negotiate such treaty or convention tho provision tins &: .
his approval or disaP{arovat. .>r 10 obtiiu private satisfec venient and safo mute, to the civil au- thnrein mentioned approved( 1\1 ucla
cUrecily or indirectly to treat aiteiBting
See. 3. And be it further enacted with such tiatios. or tribe,of Indians lion or tevenge, he shall forfeit all thoriiy of the territory ur judicial district iluee eighteen bundled and nineteen; ,
Tint say tejiewitendcnt or any in which said shall be found Ibtt second section ol he continue
agent act to
ratyrtfrtttoipplicjtion for the title of lands bv I claims upon the United Siat.'a fur such person| ,
for a license totrile or purchase any shall i And provided also to be proceeded giinst in duo cnur.e of in force for a fur I her timn liio act entitled
them bald claimed such I indemnification: '
if he is i satisfied that the applicant forfeit and or thousand, person d illart lProvided I Tlint unless such! claim shall! bit present.I law; .iid also in the seizure of tioie*, "An act fnr establishing trad.ng j.,
as person of bid character or that it pay onp : 'I within three after the commission pnckxges, and boats, authorized by the homes with lh; Inrtimi trihen, ami for i
That it shall
nevertheless years
..M ta mi it him of ibis and in oilier < .* ., d Mirch three
improper to pet to reside the shall be barred. twentieth section act, preventing puip"Sn, I plov? '
of the same
ia the INdo count,, or ire iicessepwie be lawful for the ugent or agents: of any i. And if the injury nation, or tribe 10 which such the introduction of persons .nd eighifen hundred and u- :' t* en; uu act .. ,.

", ]jr grafted to such applicant state who may present at any treaty receive property I in the Indian rououy contrary toi me ml) ..n nri e'liitln* '* \n art to re*
Indian annuity
under the of m" belong an
held with Indians authority y
ita]beet revoked or a forfeiture of hit and from thin United Siatei each claim shall, to law; which persons and piuperty giilato tradeind iut .>rrMi'se with alto ;

bad decreed. Bat an appeal may be the United States, in the presence commissioner at the nt'ltlpayml'ni of the annuity, be shed be proceeded against according to Indian 'iih*?,, ,eir.d to pro,erve Ipc+rn on ;
Wfreathaageat or superintended, with the approbation of the United States deducted there, rom, Iud paid to the par law: Provided: Tlalno I person appicl : Iht' frnn peas"* approwd thiitieih of

to jta emnstiefier of I Indian MfWrt; or commissioners and if no annuity is payable l>ndfd by military force as nfoiesaid I Murcn, rgh.r'. n hundred and two, p-.
ad list Presidat of the United States appointed to bold the same: to propose ly such injurod nation; or, tribe then the amountof shall be detained longer than fivo ilayn proved Mi.V six eighteen 'hundred and '

iLill be tbwied, whenever in his o. to, and adjust with the Indian, fthtcorapunsation to tht claim hall be paid front the after the at rest and before removal. And twenty two'; nn nee pinviding fo- the
imse the to be made for their claimto soldier who have ,nininMii of for il..* Ogo
pfi.lic interest may require of the United State: Prod* alt officers and m.ty fl|>l an agent
twiuw lands within such State which shall Treasury iu .In leans w"si .f lift St-ile of Missouri
to prohibit the intfoductioa of That nothing herein contained shall any such person or .persons custody,
Jw, or or "tiy particular article, into be rxtinjrulshfd li> treaty. and shall treat them with all the humanity anal Tnrri:nry :.d| A k,uisa,,""'jd for oilierpuipnsrs
oppression pun
coutivtog to Indian Sec. 13. And be il further enacted prevent legal Indians having souffei- which the ciicuimisaco will possiby I apnuve
tryrsad to direct all ticeBSf any to trade That if any ciiixwi of ,any other person isbmont of any permit; and every fficer or soldier I and twentyGnu'. ;. he ihi-d, lodrth, : II

't Nth tribe to be evoked, and nilw residing within the United g.lelor the 1 ded. h further ,enacted who shall bn guilty ol maltreating any ,I and fifth sections of "An .ici (o ei'iible, .
Soc 18.
.tieti therefor to bo rejected; and territory thereof, shall send any talk' ,. and such Person while in custody, shall suffer tho President That the superintendents, agents,
aid ao trader to other tribe shall speech message, or letter to any Indi.an ectivo districts such punishment as n court martial I lain Indian tribes nnd for "Ih..r |IIUI po.I.f" -
any within their res|>
:;. .? such prehibiton continue nation tube i chief or individual, sub agents, authorized and shall direct. ." approved! May twenty.fiy', eighteen ,
may produce a contravention be,and me hereby, hundred and fom ilio fond .
tHli ladutis with an Intent to Sec. 24. And be itfurtuer enacted twenty ; *
any of or for. the take depositions of witnesses .
tube. fWMi which such is or infraction of any treaty or other empowered to within That for the ola ptupo of carry ing section of the Fact .n aid certain Ifdi- .
prohibition drpiedations
a4 law of tit e United Stales, he shall forfeitand touching any this act into effect all that part of the ans ihe Creek ;nation in their removal
# of situ two preceding sections
Sec 4. Aid be it pay the sum of two thousand dollars. the purview administer Indian country west of the Missisilppi I to ihn west of.Mississippi, np.imvudMay ;
and an
further matted
Tkst And be it further ,enacted of this act, ei) isteen {hundred and tvrcnty.sis '
w'jr per.oa, ether than an Indian Sw. 14. iho river, that is bounded north by the ninth ttvrjity -
oath to deponents.Sec.
0hsll aU..t. to reside in the Indi- That if any citizen or other person, Andbeitfurtherenactedt, lino of lands assigned tn the Osage tribe ; and an 'CI'IO authorize thin ni-
as shall carry or deliver nuy such talk, of Indians, produced past to the State : point men! of suhagenl: to ho Winnebtgo -
te.e7as a trader introduce the of the superintendents
or to shall be dUlY
Ti it
or letter to or tat the Mexican p..1 Indian-on rick Rive .
speech, of Missouii west, by liIrprovedd
W or to trade therein without such message, and ,tub.agcnia 10 endeavor ;
Indian nation tribe chief, or agent the Red Rives nnl' February tttegryme! .ill1''cn
sessions south, by ;
? shill I for fait all 1| morel.andiwfJg from any the st rest and trial cf
r., site to tie Indians foundand Individual,' from or to any person or to procure accused of ommhtinl.I"YI east by the west line of Tcuitory of and thirty five: Pr0tru/ir/A0jpcrerThat
or within the all Indians ,h. IIII..t affect ,
ersonsahalanever residing and all Arkansas and the State of Missouri.shallbe such repeal uny ligluanrqtiired

ferfti Attaestoa the shxfl moreover buadrecl'l'J.Sec. U Wiled state, or from or to any anu., trims, offence, or misdemeanor have commutedcrimes : and hereby if, annexed to the Territory or punishments" penalties| or .
Any su star five who .
...:. ject,'citizen, or agent of any foreign i I other, persons may within State or of Arkansas: and that fur the forfnitujes inc.urred, umlur cither nf

knowing ,the ,contentst&erebUio or offences any the residue ol tin 'In the nets pars| of acts, nor impair or
5. And It it farther enacted, I power or Sfato, and 1 IIBVP Qed Inlohn Indian purpose aforesaid or I .
the sum slices of
: shall foileit and pay di.* iho intercourse net eighteen
sir Uceaee tht tame
lo trade! cither demanding
..i abahl be of one thousand dollars. country by .tribr or by I. vet shall bo, and hereby is annexed to hundred and too &t1 far as tau tame re-
granted to ex of the ebfrf. of the i proper ,
any persons I la'eiloor Indinn tribe residing
of and for conrernt
sit erlatieMof. gee. ll: And be it further enacted'1 tim President, may the judicial district Missouri -,
United States: Pro 1such other means as !. of An I,
'--* .I the aforesaid tho several portions east the Mississippi; pro.
or other pbrsotr, re purpose
"I"lftillte Piesident shall be auto That if any aUlhorlz'.lnd iho President my Jireci '
the -Indian or ,, of Indian country east of Ibo Mississippi tided, also That such repeal shell not .
tUw*l or living among 'force of the United
ef siding '
employraeut of the U* the ,military river shall_ bo and are hereby be construed to,revive any acts or pUll
within th e.territory 6f ,
b..1.beat. In the apprehension
teen and eke
be employe
interpreters, annexed the territory in ol acts repealed by either 'of tho acts or
"$ida+iea. .she way prtfcribo. eked States, ball tarry on a correspoaothorvrne such. Indians and blso ii) preventing or severally sections herein described.
L Au" letter or with any hostilitiei between any of which they aro situate. .
is /ur shier GMCted, deice, by terminating .
h I. foreigner. Ran into the la- foreign nation or.power, with as intent th ludian tribes. Sec. 25. And be it further enacted, Sec. SO. And be further, enacted '
go I jation or of the laws or die United That until a Western Territory shall
powerto much
I such foreign enacted so
'lttttfJkhe induce
t a from the to And be f\r ,
passport Sec. 20. for tho
chief "bo establishedt the Itro
rr a. Indian.nationtribe, for the punishmentsof agents
I State as provides
amt, the aof excite any hall sail, or exchange .
superintendent if
That person in" the
any 'Western '
the United committed within Vlaeo Territory, as provided
against crimes any
individual to of
lajiaa dispose afcny -
aftirs, or or exist or give barter or dic- \ct for the organiziliou nf the Indian
.. the violation of spy within the sola- and exclusive juri .
deer to to an >
efthe States or wine
United States
(1iq nor or this
citizen .spirituous in clay approved byihp
...-U. ia case any or lion of the United Slates, shall bn Depaiiment
the nearest military pettr lag treaty $ or Attempt diao, (in thfl Indian COBBLE,) such nef. : Provided President, shall. le-clI'" ibo duties ef n-
alienate or force la lho-Iudi-n country
=:"'itn, shall remain iatea- etheroatQQ shall ,of Indian Ion shall forfeit and pay the soulof five shall not extend to crimes g ,iita for such tribes as may be dirocte
confident any TM same
the shall.
after the ctpiratioa G of Government pfMM hundred! dollars; and if any person Indian against. the Lithe President of the United States, .
committed by
: """ 1,heshI forfeit and or Indians, from attempt to introduce, a01.lluppl101 I' ,. .
pay the introduce, or I l\n be.cumpetent for the Qrec" "'t-ll' .
forfeit other
.. be shall .property of an. it.sljsll ,
of or
United. States for tbaof- pertfo .
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*' of the ftlga&U" there QD(3. claegnlets of pride, who put a false vat force 'wore traaceatrated.
IiMho wo
aacat to assign to ono oT iho said agents Ifgether) allayed, red be lulll"\lpprecla"tits araatlao, 'qn would lied.only appear 1& necessity for two situate. :SOB the value ol riches.iFrgm 600 o.:71IJ, .ard,1 tart try pI" St.t.
would wsarittes
iin addition to his pioper duties, tho duties Regulations commands. 1st. You most remain a, -------- -- rlcl1ea4er of
'lDaUtir I_
ol soperiutendcnl fur .ucb district understood, and enforced ba a Quarantine, (Red FlagT) 2d. You may tit N. Y.Commercial A4'ltU.15tA were arrested, pnhht4 "itla
for such tribes, aa the naturally, and annually be fxpcctdd.With Blue Flag.)' 3d. faaf.] lad sit of the priscIal i
.orcoun"1 or this view of the suBeci, would cone up town, < LATER,FROM EUROPE. Bell uda. 0Itt k
And the board the
President pow- bo tick, on
may Should ono : a
cis pf tae superintendent at SI. Lou, 'offer Ibo following suggestions the, Matter or any commander of such vessel will : By tho arrival of iho packet ship Isaac I At Mbniseratbcllioo ,Le1 were i.

over such district or irjbcs as may be 1. There shall be appointed by I hoistiho Unloatdowowarda at theipff- I Hicks, from .Liverpool', London papersof and at Nevis IIJel.e 'Ptt ea
Citv Council, end tinder ill immediate the lit, and Liverpool of the 2d of trained by the e
assigned i to such aci'tup superintendent Health .or whatever number the vessel bas flying, rtiral, or !
nddi direction and controuV shall]) ceaseV who
tionnl compensation l shall Ijo allowpdforsnrh Q..nisiitlno Officer, subject to Red or Blue Flag, as may be required. ,Alaiy Jane. from Rochelle, has also arrived but a temporary infiu cote td CIt
behavior IIpee
office during good by tvJiicb we have ad vices fitmniis duct of the tin
..,ivlre. said Council.2d. It shall be the duty of the Quarantine ,' slates T Asa ha
'Appr ,d June. SOtA, 1334; ,removal therefiom by said officer to furatsh' a copy of the printed ? to the 5tb of August. probably DOW ribibiila.;
shall be provided anmber
1 float for Ibo I initructiois.of quarantine regulationsto From England there is nothing new, c Ie of"infuriated men,

CO31MUN1CATED. City Council a Quarantine and Health, or said Waster or Commander of such and the only political intelligence from blood and .Jliuabtrr their Utk", ie' '1.
r --r 4 use of said City Council vessels. the continent of Europe cf any interest, ly." Theilemwio following 10It Est qtr.
vessel letter
the WoiiJa ,H t'alJ. Quarantine officer, with every necessary cr 1'
For vessels Leturs by such vessel or vessels sub is in relation tu Spain. Of this we Nevis 10 lab friend 011.
LAWS convenience to board vessel or translate "Oil that is its i.... '
I leave bo relied
warning and for no other, jcct In Quarantine ISM matter go may on as tort etc. CIJ
Nothing i can be mote foolbli and ro* at a moments ,. I entirely il) the wisdom of lire ci'y authorities. oeral tenor is rather favorable to the situation Ntvr, Ansutt
of the put pose whatever. ofDo3' least it 7, J
the \v el faro Carlos, at represents The nc S roes
shall al bo by lase'e'aI
3d. Thne tit
ally: ', than tho nddlo fcvotal Quarantine flags These suggestions lire submitted tm* his partisans in gloater strength, lately refuse to Yo.k. stir.

.' .. !, brained regulations of our Cia)''' Ctlun- made said Council of buntist .for tho purpose I of communicating porfcct as they arc, by than previous advices did. That the would io all ptobabslI t i.L J.llllialli'l! !
cil, on the subject of the quarantine oo with vessel or vessels at the Your oh. airy, Spanish Caries had commenced its sessions claimed, bid' not the SMdai! M. a. "0..

'vessels 011 h ir.t.hr.r.Ve had' tho ex* Giotind. CIVIS. our rca'ders aro already inform aui'edmost opnVD| .
Quarantine Jlit)
poclalions of u sirom-t>ont plying bo .4h.Vllencycr lao Pilots barn a ed.We once among 'the share IL
twreii Chailestou and this inure ; now it waters they shall r. = arc much) ionished to find the .fi.be ttttd., \Vo shall po 'i.Jt
it trill be obliged vcfscl-anivingm oar ST. AUGUSTINE' : General rhea "J ...
will) notccmr, brcauso windward of said vessel, and Captain Palulox connected. f roc ory in a samara., .
In wait five days ut the nuaianlino lop to .. onboard and lion riiHHdatr.. aboodajc
'" thin ( '
Lefoto tho : can Innd put necessary pilot has been i of i .rau'Pta.
ground paarrgers only guilty some impiudene At MoDiserat
it shall bo J Th ilie
if. shove off, whoso duty to so.ni4ie N. York tho Cholera was decreasing. _
on board until) i-vessel {la permuted deaths on the Itch S pt. 15s on the 13th IS 01tbe *, of which his admitted incapacity state of deb'a, tlacy
-- Look] the following icmatks fiom a did not him to MO the are
at by proper outboiiiy to enter ihi Uth 10. permit coosr quen* denim g% then to |Wo btu ltd

late The BUS'OIlI\DIcr.Steam packet! Dj\id Brown,, harbor services, und(tom who tho Master steal receive or Commander for Ills The Board of Health of Charleston, report cet.PARIS, 34 August.-Government; has II each."At Sr. Kill'. y ass { .
for the
lcven deaths by Strangtr'i Purr, etsay
Now Yoik has been quarantined received despatches from 8.. Jean do them "h
from of sucli vessel oiclunivo of ,pilotage the as the |Ian day .
cloven flit 1)5 in CliHrlestoii, on "au.pi- mm of one dollar per daY for every day week ending on the Slet September. Liz of 30iU July. On the 25ill an ac- choice, and 10 day the Governor 10h t

clot" of haying tho Cl.olon on board ICiev ho shall) ho crnt celled to remain onboard Cholera in SorannaA.-Oa the ICtb UM lion took r place at Echaiio Ar nnz, be irmtoed to proceed to fl1IfJBe1...

mid passengers I in excellent health! mid \vhokO, duty it shall be to act as guard Board of Health reported two deaths and two i I Itnren Gen.: RoBil] himself, at the bead i have five toes of war Vessels io T

-fiction Courier.We I officer, and In see that there is no com :. now cues of cholera all colore!-end brought::' to13600 iuranU)', and Zimala Carrrqui. bor, "ho hafeia ltd ed IU their-ta

should have thought that iho idea I municatinn "h.'overvhh such vesselor from the country. On the 17th one cue and with three [;baialions of Navjf re, and ready fur Ic, up.

of quarantining to keep i out the Cholera, I vessel sander. a penalty of ;] ., two death some other baiulinns cf Alava. "The negroes here, atWaitmg Meta
have been abandoned after iho ex* I The Queen's, remained in 1ft
tvouhl I and! to bt* drsnsh! I-'l'd as a Pilot Extract of a loiter dated troops rOt. I the decision ol he the

po:;irnco wo had I of its iiiclTiracy Iwo I I 5th. On tin arrival of any ves.el .or "SAVAnKiir' Sept 17. session of tho fifld of battle. 1 ho titan) I at Si. Kills i no doubi.in Oil,. f t...
Nw Pad Piovidenco hatailion of the Queen suffered much and .
parr, '
yean go. i vessels in our waioi>, and tmmtdialety "The total loan of.layci on the Savannah riv< quite ueofth will loIn
and had i' :
bad a most strict quarantine after slip crosses Ibo bar, the Quaran lIne i ii. rommubt'or, Ecluzo. bloodshed. A limle fly
and Ogecche is 308. It is showing itself on I gellalroa
Cholera. Boston hud no quaruntiiioidrriltrd cr 4 I Pears 5ih; ) Aug. Trie ei6
the lino officer shall gd alongsido of such governmenthas "h II ip:
of New tho Cotton Plantations of the Ogeechc but in a I
fieidy the citizens boat tn just received by telegraph the following _
vessel in keeping windwuull I
t!I milder form. Stimulating remedies lessencd '
York excluded: frum hew ItOI""od Pta and shall demand that the bffirers.crow, : Dot Carlos is returned to Sipnrvuo -
Boston .- -the lancet resorted to witg good effect. THE GREAT UNIVERSAL pTin. .
\viril'lIte-and rscnptd.Wo
j jet, and nil the other persons on board said bn\ eng tpement place ot "
should hive expected bettor things vp.ucishai! bo mustered on tho Gangway Charleston Courier. the 25th in tue direction of St. Esteran= dreadful pestilence, lib,

1 It out Chailestor. and the Quarantine officerhall, The following is an endoiaeae&t en tho eo- ., which had no si-riout conitqnrncp. cholera, made infiurapptsraBceia .

I' then, and share in the of the 'telope of a package of letters PARIS, 5ih Aug.=Tho brig of war eaii. li aioie in China, Tartar j

Let ii while it's in our potror Crew she following presence seize the'present hoar put deaths at RnLIJQI': and 19 at Gco. by
u ; Commander M istet, 01 other the United Slates, arrived ut b.esrCJo coiempoty writer to
J While our checks are fresh and gay. having charg of said vessel: roc,. tho 31st July'JADRIDI general orropiion ol the aiBeitlaccpropanitd

(f.Let; us driv "Old Cholera away. -WI ly2G-A melancholy Ice!- b> the appeaiaoct *f '
l ,t. What is tho name of this vessel
There has been Cholera in
Far tAt Florida Herald.OUR acTcndeaths by lions of small and
a'od men's minds bit serpents otton.pU5
ling ova on
and the name of hor Commander or pr open
Augusta tip to the 18th. I
REGULATIONS. insrctf, and in other
QUARAXTWE Mustei iuf of the CoHos; still With tutlilileieflection places
The following revolution passed the Board of lilies
.Mil. .tDITclnJuch: excaement and 2d. Are you tho Commander Mass it i is; easy io I perceive that ihi huge vermin,"itb noseio
Health of that City on the 17th and ordered to and rife hideous which
probably unuocessHty alum has arisen test melancholy was but natural.' Tho assembly aspect,

1 in-our City siuco the Quiiuutino Regulations 31. To vhat port or place does she I bo published. felt i itself under the influence or the air with pUll id eibalaiio&s. Mevoiy

'I as .proac.ib-d by our City uuijioritics belong Board tfrrf founded
r havo been enforced ; and in the 4'h. how many days have yon beenat of the Medical upon Faculty wherever the that iy which was in reality fell ot the credulity ol tbe age.it aPFca rs that

.:1 Midst of public fvelinjj ':id apprehcn* se.i7 disease has appeared, that the Asiatic, Spasm iusullution of tho Cortct. natural causes had contributed to v

,{ aion, lest our citizens iJiould! bo visited 5th hive you touched at any Port odic or Asphyxia Cholera, a few cases of which I The positive news of the arrival of I I rupt the air, and loads it with f csti

i. vcK&Cl! : .oitAbrYvllotr! fever and other ur Potts ..i..,.t. you sailed and where have occurred.among two black population of' Don Carlos ,in Navarre, and the unexpected ,I iou vapois. Thus it came into E
.'.' nfwir. rity.JM ..-j .r"A'I aLee! contagion or infection efa I Itiud iu the year 1368;and it raised
I discovery conspiiacy, pre
maligoant ditmses, and ut the fame limn Gib. Whero'they infecica I with Wmalign.it ., any inure than Intermittent or DW\lUJ vrpitrd "ihoso I demunvtrat; .?f loynhy I I I the previous Christmas( until Midiai_
I iho .ftttigablc exortious of our Cor or other disease fercrt: ; that wo recommend to the City Councilto I, ftlnTCSt'Witbout ceasin Great iost&
remote at once all restrictions on commerce which other wise would have been shewn
porutlon tu preserve liP bnulih of the 7il>. Have any person per.ons been and free intercourse. lions followed and accurauLiiowrf
:,; City geufrrilly\ t1 here is Mill in my sick or diod on board since y>ju suited! still on the departure of the Queen ''stagnant water, by wliicb the 'v batonraosp.bero -
Hull of the and
from the
opinion, a dim'gMrunTor that system of 8.h. Wliol numb** anal of what dlscao Wo decline publishing Sxu DBAOOV, for ....... 1. .... ........ I.... _Cortes._-.:" .- was poisoned. It tffUft
Quarantine Regulations without& which aud diitempcit9ih. many reason,but principally because it is calculated heard. 'I.thai to many countries there trey UK

lire utmost confusion, absurd, prccoti H. vo you any Dill or Bills.! of to engender personal animosities and wen HORD&AVX July 29. "Two thousand I earthquakes and tremblings of the cuts.
ceivcd and fears, with also Ilo.ilili Board In of the of ifewcontulsions
I unnecessary on create ill feeling. Mont many accounts given
.llnee at
XTcro days
misunderstandings must evidently Have had commugi-i t
uuplcasant of
: you any nature, tvo may: prutal
1 'be the result, With_ a fitm con Carina with any Purl or Ptirtswhcn, and The public S"rrty.-'Va hare published dragon, and three' thousand at Arraraiyone. hero was n good deal of ciafgef.tiet

e viction derived fiom prnciical observotiutis wheat N the notice of the Surveyor General demo weeks, ; The CIrlists have attacked Evhar, But the testmunies ala two uoeeioa

that our pios<>n< Quarauliun Regulations 11. 'Have you hail! any communication but the diagram referred to has not been received t bat two hem huuihed to fall men back.from Don B<*Carlos gara caused arrived i I and respectable to leave any doubt ib*,

t ate not based upon those cautious with any vessel or vessels and wherefmmt before and dm ing the lestileacetbeel
sstcsnutic'rules We have been politely favored Ly the publishers of Lesaca with about 600
t peimancnt, and ements were in a stale of general tea
necessary at this lime, mid probably 6th After said q'icstionv havo beenttkftl with a specimen: number oldie Knitl'tr.'loeitr men. vuhioo which seems unparalleled ia to

licicafier, for the prevention nod intio* and nnsueud, the Quarantine officer t for September 1831. I I I

.i.. ducliou cf nralr cant Dud pfstilcnliu* shi.lllnk.-) w" in wriiing tho answcis contents, are aa follows;- By the laic anivals at his port from lory.Tbo extended its free
plague ravages
diteasrs fir 1\'<<:,' character stud description. of such master or Commanders I Original Pape,.. The past, present and the West Indies, we ]learn says the New I I India into the western parts of Asia,is

f would most respectfully suggiit Ihill'solt'mnly milto oath to the future; Aii Indian Legend ; Tho Ilomoepathet- Haven Herald, some particulars of the to Egypt, Abysinitf, and thence ice

:. : to our city nuthorities and follow truth thereof on the lioly Bible, which ic Theory; Remembrances; The Stealing Propensity incipient measles Tor the emancipation the uoi thcrnuarts of Afiici. It proceeded

/ cur3nns: general] u few remarks on shall bo handed: up to him on situ cad of ; Henri dVla} Roche Jacqueline ; India ref the slaves in! the Eliglislliliands, under over Asia Jinpr, Greece, id

thinterrsting subject. From thn pocul.nr of the and China; Night fortunata of Romctta, a the act of Parliament tot that pur
r I a .polu I provided for this purpose; the Islands ,of the Archipelago, slam
.. situation of out City Tieaiury, ; Quarantine officer shall then order such tale cf Sicily ; Look Aloft, by the author of peso.Uciwron. the regions over which k
"' anal the limited cunill" iccouicrstvithin Rivers Blank,Book of the 20th of July and the 1st.f depopulating
lit : v-ssel: or vossols to the usual Quarantine "Guy ; Thu a Country sulked. It be literally said to
the track of out C<*ri.oraiiun, I I I Ground cad repairing himsi-ll imniedintcly Schoolmaster, No.e; Invocation! from the A ra. ". August, the Ouvernoi. General of the\ have decimated may the would even thou

ant Tolly! u wai o that such a system of io tho Mayor of tho city for fur bic t SadDen ; The Marc of V/bcrtlcbcrrics; Windward, Islands, proceeded to the several to take this term, as iaiplj iC

Qimrauiiiif Regulations as might by ther 'ruclions.. t i I The Maniac Widow t Letters from Laurie I I N laces tv thin the joiisdiction, fur wo the were dosts uctiun of nine, in place ol eel

them be desired, cannot at ibis limo bo 7ih. Pifcviou baying such vesselor I Todd,No. 3; Farewell to Summer; fcxcfrpta, the put pose
rcriird into opurulioti{ jo tin fxivnt nf vessels thr Qourantino -Officer shall) I by a Septuagenarian; Literary tfvticetfMonthly ; the nature and condition of the change out havo, staid too.five or six month appears i io -oat

safety aid prrmuiirnty, so benevolently furnish which was about to take place in regard
Ibo said Master with, the proper ; Compendium ; Editor' Table and have in seirca>
and then
exhibited in a number' our Not them to their civil wed political relation. ills place goal
such will bo here I Ifoticct. !
signal as Obituary + of fresh victims. Its symptoms' art
and Southern States ; but notwMistab- after& ennumeratod with strict 'i plan was to visit the principal estates
injunctions It contain 90 pages closely printed; publish minutely described by niany ",ilen"ad.pfe.r
ding cur icstiirtcd si to pilot officer have iho CLARKE & EDSOJT New
or !guaid to, ed at 85 per annum by to be the same in every cowtfijit
gioptlyln our t)
tuft iuarro Mfficu-nt, ut least to sustain vessel or vessels ventilated and that all I initiligent portion of the slaves,-to announce .we
I the pin,
under arm
nnd |truclaim io thu xvotld, wheiohcvlih clothes Beds and bed linen trunks CHOLERA IN NEW YORK.-COMPARATIVE the conditions of their emancipation gioin, ( 1 blew
,, produced, which
is tu be found, should it bo evenIn &r. bo brought on deck and afrrd.8sh. 3TATMENT.Cartfully and enforce upon their minds the l"rUinssYore with fever spiritf

thu City ol St. Augustine.. Thopi At soon is the QtMtanlino officer I t to.pUtdtA, If. Y. Daily principle* of good Older and submission out in sores, attended of blood. The,p.urt'1
valence -f infectious ditordcis Advertiser. to than law At Moutseirat and Nevisho aud vomiting
r "
a many !
shorn he shall *
comes on immcdi'dt'-I' dic.l in half a day-ge i Ily
l.ticypBis in run ign coutnes ; and I ly repair to the Mayor ..f tto: Believing that in no way can to correct an imprcsiion was receive passively with that sort frequently the raost. H
be given oldie charactc of tho duoaso wubiu a day or two at
the cniutqucnt incu'HiO of the* dangerofthr'n of calmness which precedes a storm; but
the in of
present answers writing such now reported to exist among us, as by comparehug he survived the thud day, there rsshope
she. holds! of Si. Kitts demonsrations
impoitationsin at
9 veSt master or commander, and the Mjynr the mortality of this season with that of 1432, optfii! were then many fell' I-
: gels and'in articles ol meichandizu, Novo shall be invested with lull and complete( we continuo our table from the date: of our former given, no only of insubordination to the u though even which oorer a-

/' tlritwii] into.. the cause, thu interest and ouiluniiy, to art upon she said ntuwrri, publication.-- think tho fact thus protected enactments of the abolition Parliament a drop sleep from they

ceilings nf use wise and good ot irvrryclufk to wit: if tho vessel voufU. shall havo cannot fail to have a taoroblo ctTcct on but to the local authorities,-and io theGovernor woke. -IINIt..ly.
or ItaSuJ
the minds of all who made with From Greece Ibt- |
are acquainted plague J
and even our li *utNior to tin* himself who .
i ; j( clca'j tills of health or shall he horn a them. general came lust' \oi
d Dit-.tii ofpii aetvatiui.'I'( this-nd it-has only in iho aUIboril of Ibis civil The Venetians having
i Port Ports inf.c'rdVilb 'brief ) ana Ittr
yr an ma Deaths
not > by Cholera-Official Report
i their cit .
.. investments. of the 000 )souls letd from )
nppuiiiid nrccxiiry lit establish Q. -a On several estate
lignurt Pestilential
tir disease*, or That la 1832. la 18 34. At Hein
antliio U'CuUtions, both to br t,{ll'.-cru.d murmurs were made, and on one, wherean it almost uoiohbied.:
DO 1 1'01 kojt ur prisons hnve btou sick or tat 17 d's 133 Totals 1st 17 d's U Totals. djfd in one ymr'
.. ;>.. rt'i.Io" .# f1 tlll"nnr.n'-"I.Iill cut oautc boiliro havo died since sho sailed, or that she 18th day 49 282 18th day 3 17 overseer attempted. to quell tb, dis 60,000 persons hi> jy

t ., ;: with she cJnr pcrfuimanco and faith.ful ha* had no communication with any infected 19th(J.I5)GG ,348 19th a' rsr.cutiun of the momentous HUM vessel I Poilthm&- hut 20th 84 436 101b..4 86 the slam, in the presence'of the Governor get, and she mortality WM "h".1
or case I Slot 74 530 21st C 3223d The piocecded n !
imposed them ; Dud to establish who had to "0'00.10{ tome haste malady
upon the Mayor shill rlliltwhere
by signals grant permit : GO 590 lId 11 48 Franco till it reached
such rules and regulations, as in their sinn fur her to enter the harbor, otherwise 23d 72 662 23d 9 52: to prevent being. treated in a similar! through AboII
wiidtrtn and under oxisting circumstances by signals a sue shall bu quarantin 24th 62 744 24th 16 6825th manner. it cut off 50,000 people G.rawlr

,might ho deemed judicious, 1 piaciic&blo ed--days. 100 854 26th 18 86 In consequence x>f thlso facts, an iho lime lime it spread Into tie

and sufe-nod In the constructionof 9 17th H ISO
90 1038
ike whole never to loose sight of that I cd from Barbadoes with enormous amount of 12,400,100to
such vessel or vessels subject to Quar 2ith 73 1111 181h 15 135 together o 6tP
lemttiful system, without which this antise regulations who shall rofuso Io 2Uh 95 1207'29th 20 155 shoe of war. Thus things remained At last this tearful scourge
world. would be roudeied cha 30fc 30th 42 167 of the be felt la Eo 1 land.
n perfect answer said Questions at put to them by : 61 12CS nail"ho great day emancipation,
of, with its numerous and dreadful col Ibo Quarantine officer, or shall attempt 31ct 55 1323 :Jilt 16, 183 i lit of August. "This was a day of jubilee About the beginning of A cosr, 1S:

liiioRS and their consequences. With toovado Ibo truth in any way whatever: 33d 324 46 68 1379 1431 33d 31d.4 26 233 197 and fASting.and.prayer, according to It appeared in tbe seaport towai as JJ

afprnuiuent system of Quarantine laws shall for such offence pay tho sum of 31th 29 1478 34th 21 244 the different dispositions and clrcumitan- coast Dorsal, Devon, and SOB fTihiro ,..

the labors of our city authorities wouldbe dollars tp to levied by attachment and .95th' 39 1515 35th 24 263V cos of the parties roncerood. Tho cat when it proceeded to B 1ittol.

relieved ; the officers appointed for ..,. eras the slaves of Glooeestersaira tsa tdJ
sale of slid vessel: Provided ho shall '0- Friday-on Saturday people BmteR

the ditcliarge of certain prescribed fuso to I pay said fine V10th. The New Votk) Sim sat: "There is were apt required to work-Sunday, of interdicted all intercourse with .1"

'Quarantine, duties! would folly and rife Two ants of suitable algnah) an old lady, now ia this city, who sells coarse, Is a bolk aY. Thus three days but in vain. The diseases ran, Of

ficirfctly understand them, and alto tho' shall be provided by Ibo said Couicjl I, pel'nuts, and apples at the corner !of the lapsed in which\ emancipation had BO her flew over Gloaeestersblre.t TItfICC Idoe.

penally attached to the iol.tinhere* both seta fo be numbered from ono up* street, who was,once the wife of a who- restraint. On the 4th tbey..ut re spread to Oxford, and about Ihlof '

of. The excitement, fears and nnno.cestary warda .ono set to be kept by said Council / less). dealer Io Pearl itreet, and whose Wired to go: to work on the apprentice* \ November reached Lett fi f

elatra, of Iho citizens generally, the others to be furnished to the property w.a estimated at two thousand ship system, but most of then refused. I jr.ilipread over all Euglaad, SCSIIWlog that

would at any rato be partially.! If not eli vessols quarantiaed as they 8'Ibo re, dollars... A raro, lesson bit tn the sons An additional military, .and strong us.i ., very where such destrQCUoP,

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D(alto ."010) popuhlton.! hardly l duo tasks ; or loiter idly among fiowec* 'nd Aj a' meeting ,of the Mafferttf AU.xai..o. 'M&r811.ts Sale.Y CLAIMS ..
lell alive. JncrcdiWo ustttt perfumes until tho City of 8t. r i i
Y raw wti that night on which ; Augustine, held nt the Coeseii '
sat way: appear, it seems mot DIng rises no morn should overtake Cbtmbetin; said city oaths 27th Sept, 18S4, VIRTUE ofa PluricV. 1 of UNDER THE NINTH A&1'rct.itDI'T

: cevttl by the deiails of cUut8tlmlioe ur y os in,our wanderings, and find us unable tie following Ih.ellltiOl1l were.edo ted. t Firui Facias issued out of the Sn ICT (.. EAST ....08.0.., 1'At

In the church yard of Yai. to pursue our course. Many ot us WHEREAS, the Asiatic Choler and Yellow I r e Court for the 'Eastern district o 'ACIIMCrl20tA .lug 1SJ4.: f .

...... 7052 persons who died of iho have an ingenious method of rendering Fever are both reported to be prevailing, the Fiends' and to rue directed and delivered (.) ICE i. httrcuyfeivrnibst thojunUeitigoed
former in Georgia lad the latter in Carolina '
,,eie buried in one year IIIlee'ti. the path of lilo tiarrowor and more tortuous and in places and cities in IhOle'aw ., 'I I ;will expose to public Salon\ iront of. .L piepared to receiveuch .
. .;. ,.Norwich, ;.374 persons than It fe-oU1fa b3 embriclngfau* t .*tw..a which and_the City.f 8L Aogustino tbo Courthouse m Ibo City ol Si. Au- OLAlMa for losses occioned by
'- iu ti& months. In the city of York tastlc and empty imaginations of our there ia frequem i lerc.uae- gustloo on Monday the 31st day of March II i the T\o.ps of the Untied Slates in she

,arahty, was c9'al.) Ill London 1 1tklk.4 own-holding a veil befuro the sun Note Therefore, The Mayor and Aldermen I next bet"oeD'the hours of 10 o'clock A.j: year 1812 and 1813, as have 'nut 'hciotofore -

? were tin own into pits-forty, which is willing to shine upon us-and in of the this hope City in that discharge Hid disease of their may public be duty averted and I SI. and,2 o'clock P. M. of that. day, the r! been |>r.*..uied 10 the )udge of

JJf"Jriiity into one : and huge fields to use a homely simile, going through from the inhahkafita of this City, and the ble.gyring .. I following property, to nil a ccitain1 m this District, or in which Ihe evidenceWnswiih '

LMC r' |, ,'yrd as burial j'lncei, thevjjjl every kennel the' longest way. of health be preserved an4 continued to tract or paicel uf kind consisting of eight j held in consequence of the decision -
I being lunud insufficient them. thousand' acres situated west ol tho St.! pf the Secretary of the 'I re.suryv, ,
3M1tothe I
; > made In Council fe Resolve, Johns river, the admeasurmcnt thereof that uch cUim, were not '
iMHposc. o attempt vwa* Breach of Marriage Prom .-An 1. That from :. provided lor
no coming infected
wpetl MRI.II.isl.u ffiii-u Wills. the USU. !liou bras lately brought by 'I lady a* with, or person where either of said any diataaca place it' beginning at the mouth of .Duckle)'. : by the T..IY.l2d. : Februai) IS 19 be- .

I lease tad decency. Deep and broad I gainst r gentleman HI Liichfittd, for prevailing, shall be permitted to enter ills City Creek below white spring auu following twcen :the Governments of the United f

;..d'" WINC wade, iuvliich the dead not having fulfilled his. to except in conformity with the following reaolu- t upwards the margin of said river, to 5'alolood Spain. \
I tions. If by land-not till he shall ban been the the 'road from Each claim will be
jea a h o laid in rows. ravened wiihi, words her. The giMitlem.ui pleaded "pointvhcro public prclcired in the } t
in absent from such place, and himself free from Picolata to Alachtit crosses' the said form Petition in which the Prti
mounted with another rsv of a :
extenuation the freblu
ftlaL *# ; heulib of tho !In- either of said disease at least eleven days If '
"'f/e)1!bdicr, ,,'Ilichn',0 nUo cover* r, bY,-Who foriwo years had been very ill by tea, not till he shall have been subjected ci ; and has the following lines, as its'I tipper will set forth particularly 11.0. : f

!.X"T**e nioiiuliiy f, II chirily upon mind the physicians !bad slated that her with the vessel in which he arrived, to quarantine boundaries to wit : iho lit line luns ; nature aid amount the |pisses sustain .
clef+r'. nl' society and among rcco.cryVUI iiiicrt "kt-.rt ; old 11I..11. women then the existing laws and ordinances of this City, South 25 degrees West 112'chain*i j and [as the case may be] that the claim .
fdisciIwllt'appnn' nirfn ceased to VMS.
11rmN, ,py addresses may, in each case,be directed. I I -
Inihc*" this to a nine thu 2d l Hue tuus (nat said h..s not been befoie presented to iho
and married
ode iltiitcrt. [ suspects was ultimately to another, 2. That any person who shall enrer IbIs City\'
ttt'Il1 to luvc differed lions some Tlio charge of the judgo was delivered' in violation of the preceding resolution shall be : pine South 60 thgicoE .st 174 chains Judgo of this District: or that the evidence \ .

thfH ibe ul. ue in tips 17ih century, oriFiiday, and on Saturday a verdict subject to a fine o(fifty dollars-to be imposed j, to a pine the 3d line runs fiom said. see saiI claim was withheld, in consequence
eI I'.}.. the lor the and collected in summary way by the Mayor I I limo South 82 &Jrg.ces Fast 154 chains' of the decision of the Secretary
Jteib iwrticulirly! ng&: tJl'lttId deft udunt WAS riloinoJ.
t : !
hall be liable to imprisonment till the fine be t thw4ih liuo from ssid ol. the
"' n pine runs Treasury.
H'-] It MJ. loiiibiktd: .that scot -.. paid-and shall be liable to be sent forthwith I I 110
1wgo &K prince, of uny nuiiou died Mint for Cavalier Stul."-ln ter' beyond the limits of the City by the Mayor thereot *'plea South S3 'degrees Limit 175 The Petitioner will murecver aver
tIC and uf thu Ei'gli nobildutmciioii lain I I i chains to a pine the 5th line inns fiurn that at :the time of suffering the losses
+ "t'. curios of! this south where I
f lime id Sk GI'mlemenIlIn'iug '
fewfffVc 3. That any wagoner,hackman stage driver 1; said pino South 5 degrees West 123 complained ofhe was M subject of Spain
Ie u1 \eiy felt iho chill
. seid icy ol icfusal
I t: ordoiCfj a to or other perIOD or persons, who shall knowingly : chains to a pine-the Cih line runs from and that; previous to the happening( of
t' the
,tj}; Among! highei dmc"hf're a lady is declared be '
to bring or aid in bringing into this City ,
i said lones the
South the
"= said pine 15 degrees East 123i agent or stoups ol
ch4icl ihe death weio rarr. engaging declares herself prohibited by these rt'.alations.b&U be
Ik engaged a person
'i chains to und the 7ih lino United, Slates. had enn-reo EMM Florida. \
a pine- runs
could fine of dollars
and the
hit au piecaulions form i. used which such subject to a fifty car
ji weeelb WIPeoes. lulluonct. (of the conmgiim.tfcel I dissp: iointmcnt. At prevents the door of itny ihe sal nags and horse or horses,or team used in bring from said pino Noilh 85 degtfes East The Petition signed by the petitioner,
: ing such prohibited person, shall be liable to 110'chains lo a stake on Ibo Picolaiaroad. will b.-' filed wi.h: she undeisighed vho
loosed" ,
saJs .f JodelY'elo ; |I..HImioek on Q dowser i. a torldlU uf artiflridlllotvers distress and sale to enforce the payment of such .- -Also one thousand acres at a.., will then appoint a lime for receiving
child.cts.nd cnildiuu |iamue from which each visile selects fine.
fit I:
r !
called! Cedar Hant'nock pioofr in of the
rtIU tl:J1 l to the cuuutry, others 000 and presents it 10 the lady of his 4. That any Ion-Keeper, Keeper of's Boar | place or Olllg' support same.
sacIedsktnusclsas | Haramock.on the South of I All claims must be presented within
ding House, other house-keeper who shall pan
in th"ir house, choice. She wears mho in her 1\In\cU'.1
up I ornament
But : knowingly receive into his house-Wr boarding or pond being a part of two I one year from iho 26'h' June lall. .
J...flV went ou board vessels. ctinturc until she has danred her two lodging, any person prohibited by these resolutions which were granted to George I. F.I I A'plicaionl111, be made at mho
uiieiti the fugitives were followed vets, and then returns it t,. her from this shall be
r\rr1 parinei. entering city- subject to Clarke in absolute on the 15ih Chambers of iho Judge between the .
Mdse -iioying J angel had n foot on Thus a lady who. wears no buoq.tel isdisongwged a fino of five dollars for each and every day that .property boms of \ R
of \\r.t\four ,
February, 1811 also five luindir in iheciiy.
,items as till! us on the 'land. The amt the offer ol the 6u'rSalVI" he shall permit or Buifcr such prohibited person acres -
at and about the bead
to remain in his house. of Deep f
"' "tDN spread into Wales and inloJlrWluf. the tronMe speech. and the 5. That any inn-kt eprr,keeper eta boarding Creek which empties itselfinto the St.. Judge cf lie Supt. Court
At to the Scot they etc laidwbttcbsoas1st pain of icfutal.-Lt Cameleon. house other receives boarders ,
or house-keeper Johns river on the East side, {peing part Di.'. E-nt: Florida. iPntVATE. .
the malady upon tljem- I or lodgers fur hire, shall), within twelve I
Ira tract of thousand
, hirer 'I'wkiig!: cdvantage uf the due JI'Man uithuut JJontg.-A m.m hours afar receiving any person u a boarder or ( two IIt.f''lltcll: I 1 Nu. Gl. .
were granted said F. ti.1
lodger, coming from beyond the limits of this Ci >ke I
,! money AN ACT 'for slatsehset Kt certain iuhubil :
ty,report such parson in writing,with his name, on Fobtnary 1811. Ahn five .
avenge mho injuries they had -.. walking death*u ,.pnctre ihitl frightens place of residence, and from whence ho came .<'hundred ucres at and about mho head of of Can FlorirU.Kt -
s.eudumlw the Ed\yurd.J they made every one. II i* coon enaco ts soi- to the Mayor of this City. On failure of which, the said Deep Creek beiag the itenaettdbythe&trateandhouseofRitotesentarrves ,
statiictiruplioa with a Urge mice in* rowlul Hud his conversation I.'iguhh-; he shall be subject to a fine often dollars. And of ,thousand complement .1
iwo acres Gnat abovementioned of iht Lnittit Xtatct
all fines directed these resolutions be
die Udt bad and tedious 11 by may
Ian calls
to cu.muy. they not pro. lUg uion an ac '
: taken as iho America., in (.' 1 hat '
t'' imposed and collected in a summary way by the pimp' "Y 01. "jigtttsatnmlltJt
tc fdf.r, alien the plague: ovcilook'tt qu nntuncp hunt-tlo\'cr finds him at home, l\bror-and the party convicted shall 1 be liableto George I. F. Chiku atthesnii of Atilii- Sue berietaiy set site I ..-"....1) be, and .
B. They perished in ihousand,,audurniJ and if ho opens his mouth 10 spouk ho imprisonment till the fine be paid. ..baldChrk he is herr by authorized directed to ,
the discuses with them' iuto Scut I is interrupted& every moment, In that ho I G. That these resolutions shall be considered'aa ; -- SAMUEL- --- BLAIR Marshal. pay, out mat any mourn in tale Treasury .

lud, trlwr its tuVdges wet a ooti as t may not have his chance to finish his having the force and effect of formal ordinan-t Feb. 26ih 1834 49-Ow; not otherwise fcppiopnated the wOiount
de..rvct, e ss duty were in CugUu discourse which it is feared may ojd nes-shall ba in force from the date hereof for The above sale is por poised until awarded by the Judgt tf the SujieriorCourt v
sixty days unless sooner repealed-ahall!be published i! .
Etlj: m they ear 1339 the plague be* ; with his asking for lit is avoided
f money in the Florida Herald of this City, and be the first Saturday io OClobrr.ADlJlNIS'I'RATOR'S. at St. Augustine' the Tcrriio-
{is idsbste ; and by the month of Auentiiely I like u person infected with disease posted for the better information of all concerned : of Florida under the authority ol the

tit! it h4Id divaPh,oaied. Its '. and i it to t:sided as iucumberaute to ihe at Pablo, Jacksonville, Mandarin nnd Pico- SALE.IN oue bundled and siliyfiisf chapter of

cwsrtiuencer buneVcr continued for i ear.i.V lint wakes him up in the m..rning olata,end at such other places as may be directed VIR'iUE of no order of the the acts of the *vemce.iti Cougre*, approved

rose dH: lu be ,:vVllly fell. During and miseiiy i accompany him to by the Mayor of this City. Judge of thu County Court for the third March one thousand eight

tkeprcV4leQcecf thtt diseas1s thu cat I bed at night. The ladies discover that: I Patted, fj>f.3th. 1831. I County of 1\lo'quio, I wili i tier for' sale hundred and iwemy ;hire fur losses

she, for \t1..1 ofiueu to tend them, weioiU he is an awkwaid blmby- landlords believe I ANTONIO ALVAREZMaytr. public auction in she Ci y of S'. Au occasioned in E"i.. Florida, bv the

.....ed i tu wander about the JHds at that he lives upou the air, .and if I JAMES M. GOULD- Secretary. ,, gukiino pn the 15li day ol October uoops in the service of ihe United

,ftriiea{ 1..4 |H ri hcd in snch numbers he tvnnts any thing from a tiadosman, Superior Court-Cast Florida.IN next all that piece or parcel uf land Siat'r., in the year one thot>s
U ;o occatiou a gl eat scarcity. Though s\ bo is aiked for cash before deliveiy.Rtvtnuti CHANCERY. supposed to contain sis bundled acres hundred find'-9t'lyo and one thousand

tae fields, too, were covtied withpUfitifal a Elizabeth Retch situated in aid C..nniy ol Mo-q.JHO, on right hundred and thirteen in all cases '
trop of corp, much of it was of the Spanish Churches vs. the Ililliborough River bouuoed on the where the decision of the said J. rlco

i.Lust wr WMBI of hands to reap and gatb -According too recent ststempnt in a Thomas H. Dummett, Dsuglaa Dommett Cicely East by laid Rivet, on the North by shall bo' dm-med, by she SeoeiHr of,

tf h iu. The Ian diets of this great Madrid paper, icspecting the number I I' G. Munnings, Samuel McCartney,Alexander I: lands of Liiidsry T>ld, and South by I'I the Treasury to bo just : Provided,

.fltfw": theme dtaioed by that uuforiu and rl"'cllurloftho Spanish clergy, it I, Lavrton Gordon& Charles Nathaniel Lawton.A. Thorn Joseph I II I lauds of Cruger end D"IeY.lr.r, being That no award be paid, except in iho

uter-cc, lI.e) JiKf, A beliefeprend o* appears that the number of buildinps, MOTION OF TilE COMPLAIN'ants the northern part ol a tract of land containing : case of those who at the mime of si.0Vr

tel.,\e..l countries that they had pro*. .,opriated to;rI C onllurpolle..thr. f* N solicitor, and it having been made to 1100 acres, granted to said Am- ine the loss, were actual *ubjfc'* of ihot

MteJ bib ('CMiinncc by poisoning siC : ogl Sp.in i< 28.249; that that of the appear by affidavit That the Aid Cicily O. bruin Hull by ro'allille from Governor Spanish :Governmeoi: Andpn-vidcdal* t

vtKitrd 1 loufiiains ; and in many* pla clergy Is 15<),S:2; dud that of, the friars Mannings, Samuel McCartney, Alexander Gordon Eitrnda on the 22d day of Febiuaiy so, Tim no aw id he pai" tot depre*

tea i ey wete inat+acrcd in thousands by and nuns, 96 878. The entire tmonntj Nathaniel A. Thorn out,Joseph of the Lawton Jurisdiction and 1812, and survoyed by Gnuge I. F. di.iioiis committed in East Floiida; i rc*

time i.fan.icd I .u tulace. Iu several) j Iof ihe ercloiiHo-ir-it revenues is Ci.lrul Char of this Court Lawton the reside said Cicely G. Munninga in Cla-ko on Ihr. 251h day of Mny 1817. vbus lu she entrance into that piuvinre .

ptru of GerBuiiy where this persvcu ; led 10 bit 50.000,000>> dollar%., nd of some part of the West Indies, and the si jd A- The first line of md 1100 acre tract be. of iho agent or troops of tho'UnitcJ '

C ties cliitiK. ragHd the Jews weie liter- this sums the |Mrl roiikumed by them i i. lexan Gordon, Samuel McCartney, Nathaniel gins s at a whurf of stono on the western States.
ali, tiiM iu ted. Twelve thousundeftbeai shown to exceed th. whole revenue fir A. Thorn Charles Lawton and Joseph Lawton bank of the HiUstrnongh River, and Sec. 2. And ie it further enacted .

were* 01\11 denied in the' single t j ihe stale by some 8.000,000 dollais.-AT. above in the named United defendants States. do It ia ordered and that answer the lUllS North SO9 W 240 chains II mal ked I I That the Judge of the Superiot Court of .

espy Mtn.r: ;. Iud oiuliiiude of them, in 1 Y Com Ad,,. .::- the said comulaiiiants: till of appear complaint on or before cedar beer, unison the second line ;t. Augustine be, and .he hereby is, an
tips "'Jlltmli., of their despair, shutIhmtehC i 'Curolt'o-Tt." Village a Keromstateson the twentieth; day of March next otherwise runs South 70 W. 40 chains ii' a stake ihorizedto receive, examine, and ad ,
s up in sliest houses, nUll con I the most credible authority' t a '' the sold bill will be taken pro t/,,,. against bounded by lands ol Lindsey) Todd. judge, all case of claims for lofies occasioned -

nwad themlvc aids: fiic. Tho rxHitfit number of hennf rges luvo bw frond them. The Thiid line rims lioui the first stake by the troops afou"said, in one '

>(h fttioriiit'f' in u lJib irousJf'tBwy in that Connty,, wish: iho waist "\v An II ,.: published And it is oncd further a week ordered uuiil jhat the said this twentieth order be South.30Q East 280 cb..iol'D an other.! thousand eight hundred find twelve, and '1

well" bo imagined wtton we In rlUtlnrt and is .nd,nm" crurnc ors, day of March next in the Florida Herald. Dated stake tU 'fourth line runs from this second eight bundled and ihineto, uot heretofore
",si pro4we4 i in some puts of iht co urn raided above thin level of the *i>IIlikft : 1834.B. 40 chain, and tin fifth line runs Gram which the evidence was withheld in

tistat1-- dtn-l-era ,1panic. ." for letters u'"'' instructing the A. Pt'rx.x Solicitor. ( this ihiid stake to the said trimf40i nsrquencec (>f the decision of the sec* '

-- Mind. Tho n who lime seen iht eg ROBT.Court RAYMOND, Diit. E. fltrida.RCIDJudge i chains. I reiary of tlr'Freasstr13 that such claims ,

\.t I kvt pP. from Jamaica to the : state thut ihv! must he nallllt'' nrp 5tions A true copy Hup.Attest, I ALSO, :1 were not provided fin by the ireaty of t
lkb ult.-:No scriou disturbances had r'n d there 0 snub bra any dttc'p' K.B. GIBBS,Clerk. All that certain poition of the same F;: h uaiy iw'my veeond one thousand ,

IK..J4acc "rat tie| operation: of lite I tlcn.i M U also sift med th&l everyfontninfne Pee Sept 25, J83" 27-6m IIBCI, of 1100 acres. bounded on iho eight hundred und nineteen, between t t
E..c.Iti. law| which went into eflt. 1 the letter is 0 Uo rcf.,k..d south bJ a .line lunning wes'rily from ihe povniim+ "nt of the United Stales ..

ft-t. CiG.bta Thf negroes on a few : whlt4'q.illf pl>iinne<% "1836" Tlu"P.t!' NOTH E. said wharf', wen by vacant land t-.orih: and Span:, Prodded That such claims s ,

$1 -fOI.s al s,. A,,"\ refuted to work to Im exhibited at the masker ALL | ruins iMVinqiieniundsagsinst 1 by land of Dunham I.nd east h} mid Riv be presented to the said judge in the ,

te a 11m., bt iftcfiv4td came to terms ihottsft, aro of We>rliestr>r on Saturday nest. Est.rr of Joiin Pi.ncbardder.nut ei, and canlainingMboi 100i.ciei; also J space of one year (loin the |assagc> of

lid ftttVi was restored.-Journal of ,.c.-- -....- .- .- |I!icn',in il'i-m I duly' attested and all : the remaining poition cf.did tract Ping' tins net: And provided, Tlut iho
Cctstru. ltwp>Prior Court-Y:.s at 'Flori" j.fi.ous link-bird in 'did estite am requited south of said whaif. authority herein given shall be subject

COUNTIES OF ST. JOHNS $ MOSQUITO -o m/lt* imniedMlP payment to ALSO to she .esl icI t'nl created by the pro.

We arc happy in being able lo state SARAII PU.\CllARIAdm**. All that piece ol land contaning 500 visors to the preceding section +
tit the cotton is promuing Cttn's Orrrcc Ss-pt. S7th, 1834.PUBLIC sill,.. 10. 1834. 26-8 w.MARSHAL'S acres being the sunihe'n. pail of a tract I .. "

ttG htile, or m mi pl crop pro Isensson very exists of ftiftuiy NOTICE ia hereby given, That of 1500 ficie coufiimed to said Hull at By111'UE oU writ 01 Kitr.: ftcits issue .
t of the ; Court of the
Court for acid rotwtife, will SALE. Superior
)1 i the lime situated
frutime same at Mo-qoito
aforcsaid -
Cnterpiller. the SECOND Monday tatero District ot K'crkls and to me directed '
tie sea-fore4ea accident shouM. happen be adlourwd over from to the THIRD Monday in BY VIRTUE of 0 mil ofvendiilo in what was known os Turn and delivered I will eip'se to public Sale in ,,,
to JI.t she l present -proijiects ,.f the in DECEMBER OCTOBER following next i and that all persona t Eiionns| .. i is+ued out uf ,the Sul bull's Writ cm S'vutup. and surveyed by front of he Court House in the City or St. ,.

$. '&ll\I. tw, wjj| be time| most proijuc.ce bound to appear at the said October term will be l.eiioi Conn for the E.*tfru District of George Claikeuti hit 25'h. May 1817 Augustine on Mo do she 31*' of March nxt.between .
Hy the time last mentioned- and directed and delivered pE! J. A. PUTNAM Admr the hours < e )esr limb settlement of Ibp.1etHNt required to appear at Florida to mo ,
title and interest
I M ol that d"/ the right
): V ty little sickness of a dan of which all per.onl1 Interested will take due no- I will expose ip public able ia front September 4ih, 1834 24-5wI I Iw ol Dirk PUUchnun of in and to the following

Jr8lt mature tms el been experienced tice. of the Court- hiiuso in she Gay or St. property, 'o..Ia a house and lot situate inllarrack
tho Judge
> of
ecikes in this; city or 0rigIsboshuad.1Pnd .- B1 order. K. B. GIBDSr Cler1. Aupjstiue on Saturday,the l6li: day of i NOTICE. I ward in the City of St.'Augustine and
-, ._ --- .- Ainil next beiwe.n shoe hours of 11 o' weeks after datetho subscribers bounded as follows lo wit, On the Nr-tth bjra .
Estate of ANDREW ATKINSON.' clock A. M. und 3 o'clock P. M. ot that SIX 1I apply to the lion. the Judge lot belonging.to the estate of John Frrbrs on ,
In Cbsflc' Lw
Di' NOTICE. ( site following >roH>ity :o wit : A |of the county.court ol St. Johns County, the rut by a Jot b< loning
sat atrnt'.-How seldom \ day, | | ion, Eq on the tlic south by Mrrtt-*
does our ....I.hfe very forth the PERSONS having demandi against Houto and lot of pn-und in Barrack ,f"r letters of administration on the estate and on the west by Ceorvr Street-taken as
brichhiliwi four imbody ALL estate or ANDREW ATKINSON, ward City of Si Augustine, fronting on of Joseph Floyd, known under the Spa the properly oft*id Dirk Ffeischman .t the,
$acmy o youth !jictsons, dec.are hereby notified to present them duly auSieaticsted Charloitio street bounded on the North I ni,h government by iho name of Jots suit William A Cvtvell.llUELIttAin.
,tireu..Dces.n alike Ml to ,within the period of two ears from the ; Plorrid. Juantdotf East c.CORNELIUS I S \ \la"l"r.
leer Charitable on y
lot of society,
turn to fill up the outline sketched the data hereof:! If not exhibited within the said by a TAYLOR One above sale is pcsiponed until the
*y .ryotiftg fancy f or if indeed they period of time, as required by taws they will), at South by a lot Ltambias, on time east I CATHARINE TAYLOR, ) 1st Saturday I in October.
Dimes do the expintfioa thereof>; be forever afterwardsfelDe by Charlotte street, taken as the proper- ,
so it is with such deep
ssd fearful shades, that tv of Maiia Corona, ut the suit of Robt, Sept.. lOih 1834. 256x.ADMINISTRATOR'S CeBBty CoHrt Dnval Cos sty.In .
Ise wo scarcely re- ind*, authenticated aforesaid may be Mickler! Iud Annn hit wife Adrur'x. J the matter of the Estate of Robert Pritchard .

Ii bttle-r Otl thyf' .ritinal for idea. Perhaps it It" at the oSe.SUSAN of bestirs.MURPHY Douglas do Adm.x.ept.10 Levy.. "SAMUEL BLAIR, Marshal. .. SALE. and,Eleanor Hall Dee.NOTICE t. .
youth is a waywardpoetry sale postponed until( .ho' yviitue.ofanorder issued from OF ntRC JtUE.ALL .
.itfe.itt ; amid the' of early lifebadly $ l83{. The abnyo ,
ftttW first Saturday in October .County Ceurt of Duval Countywill rEKBONS: INTERESTED, WILL
with the reatlliM'every take Notice, that six months
For tale. at *aek-
be.offf rred at public .
ft"ld. hereof the' subscriber ad ,
If heart could la*; tslehis From the publication
for November
4I its Edea social HBBUBSCRPERin ''I NOTICE. 10SIX tonti it'e on the tooth day ainUtratsr of the several Estates of Roans
own and J.cklOni1It,
society I. T the hours of 11 and 1 o'
between dec, aDd Etxixoii this doe will
.. OriraWp.&fcrthr. I will' apply to nell,
'Ig Bvi and than all E. F. The house i.twO weeks after date Ih.1h
Magnate worse dyer,
; d11.Jobs the the .
i with kitcheD aDd of clock of that d.y, on the premises present hia aecotaita; to Honorable ludoof
w+ W forget bit we are mere travia ..bYhlfY feet lot. Judge of tho County'Court and tot belonging to Ibo estate ol 1 the County Court of Daval County for settle: -
lera a strange ISEM!-and instead ofi4 oymbeuiea. eligibly 'lituated aCClmmodatlaa CD a comer.10 the par'Term' .. Si. Johns Couory for Ifttenof Admin, uatlt dec. merit and will then and there also apply to the
1Ie.1. will be goads Estate ofJo.epb Hew, Joho'Panchar'd, said be discharged from his idmratntionof -
the the Judge to
Icigbas" loading 10 oar be mute ill cub or isirstion on SARAH PUNCHARDdm'x.Sept. .
ceairtiy,we should one and all Ii I sssjsKnssr& I. D HART. rii dec. JAMES PELLICIER.. .., 26-8w aaU Eitat* JAMES> T HALL. .
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I "W r! .SAKBMAflJaa...... iBtf ? s0: #its. dais p aNstnt, \ (oD4wiati ..tipQ1ati1 'c.L.. ILL
J.Jj-IDd let forth latl1. .
-- e3 totcke a fancy to a'youeg I UB ol aluawrit cf fieri Cecils laJtutd July lOib, 18S4, | p""lfla .
VIU a J. n. I
IOIT. one of them, who *a s a dandy, cat the out or the Simerior Court for the]m BOPOSALS for carrjing th Me ails of the alter. Ihe hours right of to their k. '"

..1J ... UIJ', other o challenge, which was iBptedj, Etttern District of Plo ds, ud to me direr United States, for toe years, from Jan allowance for the arrrrtl i .1tIa Ode
I$- tie Jfofdtereacttr. proceeded to the will to public sale 31st 18313 oa the exptaae tA ..,
and accordingly they ted and delivered ,expose u.ry 1835. to December reserved by>> the n eiartaea. wit
WORSHIP BY THE ROS :-TREE ..Tarll"10 n.Y.the cold laud. 'I'hl.e. ia front of the Court house the city of 8tAurtutine.cn allowing post toutea in the' Territory of Fto- 2. Seven mbmtesara

>T KISS .. r. corn*. condo loaded their pistols with nothing Saturday the 4tb day of October rids,will be received this office until the !opening the raaite, and mere geaeraBf ou/U tBav.j htzed.
of j who received aeztbetweeoth9 lurarsof 10 o'clock A. U. 20th day of October meat,inclusive iNo. ; > .*"......
Author of beauty, Spirit power, but powder. The one and 2 o'clock P, H.of that day,the following S471 From Saint WITTS by Fnnk'a It 3. Fire dollars{
Thou who didst 11 that tho Rosa should be oho challenge put n rotten egg Into his tracts or parcels of land to win one tract or Jacksonville, to St Augustine,8J raites and ten minutes be the r..dr..

Hero ii the place and this. is the boar pocket; and when she pistols wero discharged parcel of Iud consisting of 5000 acres, situ,. back,twice week. FernsnUInm to be supplied price of a trip delay for a to failure arrive in t'1"

To seek the pretence and bow to thee. ; the dandy standing ready to ted on the east aide of the river 8t Johns regularly once week tram &t Mtrji,9 I proved to be u&aroi4abe) tOCGllttt-il'

Bright is the world with the tuna first ray"Cool fall from tho fright received the egg between Buffalo Bluff.and wits Mount the Tucker lit line, raileii Mandarin once a week and Pablo once enforced. tab e aha';
is the dew snake soft green sod I plump in his forehead which felled bisspindle Indbounded.ICol1o.begin on tbe bank of the river aforesaid! and in Leave two weeks 8t "lal'1le'tl'YednesdaJ.by cross Mattes and Sat. 4. "Mail carriers are. to be"f tie .Uu
The Rose-Tree blooms while the birds sing hankquste to tbo ground and ho east 145 chains to a sons W
s runs north 72 degrees, sudsy at 4 a, m, arrive at Jacksonville same 5.
praiso I applying both his:hands to his face, pine marked H on tbe bank of a snail creek day by 6 p, nt, though Proposals are to be stated bt tie_..*..
payments are made *
And Earth gives glory to Nature'* God. :scrap&l off the moving matter and turning k&DCh-tbe 2d line runs south 31 degrees Leave Jacksonville every Ttorrdiy and I'rOpoala must stale U ei&ntriy, *
his mournfully towards lioiv- cut 296 chains to another pine with the same Sunday at 5 at rn, arrive at bt Augustine lime vhetberm mode a te
eyes porution a four
t' this beautiful work of thine, mirk-the 34 line south 73 degrees West 205 day 6 m bom w
Under "0 brains! by p, bone Me
exclaimed Gods sea my mark stage Of otbcraiee
en Where
chins to another pine with the same at I6e
Leave St
The flowery boughs that are bending oVr Leave Augustine every Tuesday tisement does not specify the .
'Lowell Observer.A a place called Horse landing on the bank ol and Saturday, 5 a m arrive 1t Jacksonville: mode.uJ iii
The glistening turf jo thy will divine, the said river Ibcnee along the same to the lime days by 6 P m may earned on horseback or m any.

.. I kneel,and its maker and mine adore, man lately nuemptcJ In shoot him place of beginning.":also another tract or par- Leave Jacksonville every Wedntiday and the 7.routes This adverb in reference stnieat 'is draw a rafi at

Then art around\'us > Thy robe of light self, and was so intent upon the under eel ihe of vest land cooststing of the river of 50UO St acres Johns situated betweenthe on Sunday at 4 a m arrive at St Marys same dill I vying the mail, which designed 10 tbe tEinner to at '

Touches the gracefully waving tree taking that, standing before the glass, place part called Panton and Leslie's old store b>2472 6pm From Tallahassee b, Late Laura I I for tour )ears i yet proposals ees t.

Turning jewels the tears ofniht, rom .tnok the reflection for him self- and the lands formerly cultivated by the wid. Lipona, \Vaukeenah, San Pedro Dells and xnents, er to correct inndtertwit OI :": t

And making the buds unfold to tbce. took dtlibe.ale aim and fired and for ow Pengree-ending on the south side opposite Spring Grove .to Ihicanopy,162;miles and I will 8 be 1 he duly best considered.
tbe lit line begins at for a b
the proposal
d.ad Horse landing- ,
sumo time considered bimself a back once in two weeks. "*
i marked in delicate lines marked II the bank of the said 1 will convey the alail.
Thy name a cypress on Leave Tallahassee every other Monday at fy to ,J.
On flower and leaf that deck the stem; man. river, and runs south 72 degrees west 275 6 a. m.Arrive. vertitemcnt. on route No.-... from-..
Thy care is serif and thy wisdom shinesIn J ; chains to a pine-the 2d Inc runs north 18 at Uiccanopy the nest 1 bundsy by to---Uollaji.' -" for the y carry con. _U iei_-....
west 286 chains to another pine-the
tAe President the United State degrees
of 7pm.
the thorn that is guarding them. State the No of the
even ITS chainsto
3d line runs north 72 degrees cast rcuietbeWiaai8tt
1 ui Ian, I. .DaaW J.csuca Leave Uicanopy other Wednesdayat
Now while the Rote that has burst her cup -1tJ:President iiurtuai.ee 01 tbe United States Amen the bauk cube river at or near the afore. 6 a m, The next morning every after the arrivalof end and of direct it,and be careful to silt I

-' Opens her heart and freely throws ca. Uo hereby declare and make -known that old store-thence along the river to the the mail from Jacksonville-arrive at Tallahassee i with it "To the post Ole.-.,.;.
sales will be held at tne 01l0.inll&n4 place of beginning-taken as the property of the 6 menu the endorsement M rjwi8yw
Tome her odors, I offer up public next Saturday by p m. The residence of tbe
Thanks the who made the Rosa Offices, in tbe Territory"/'fforfcfa' at the periods Jos. U.llernandCl.t: the suit of Thomas Na N D This route rill commence operation and if bidder mast be Mte4-
to being not
8A I UEL IILAIIt, Marshal. contractor,
designated, lor the sale ol the under.menHoned pier. on the first mondsy in January 1835. recoataeadatiafisis
//l-r T n--- JlrJ required. -
MOUND. lands to wit _August_ 27ih 1831... :473. Frcm Jacksonville by WhitesviHe, to I I 9 hit
VISIT TO AN INDIAN contractor b
At the Land office at T.UiOims, on the Miconopy 80 miles and back once in two !: the distances must :bit cvafajit if

.L Tho following interesting paiticulars .first Monday in LKcenbcr next, lor the dispo KKGl'LAU PACKED weeks. Seminole agency to be supplied reg lowed: for .,.,,.as difference no increared when pay CIA tat&
tf Journal' sat ol the public lands within the undermeulioncd ularly each route from Miconopy tbe DketsiM
are from the Portsmouth received ST. AUGUST/INLAND trip by a cross truly natred. v
townships and fractional townships, to BETWEEN 26 miles and back.
that Dr. Demur I I 10
at place by contract be
may annulled for '
wit tit
Leave Jacksonville nher! at
every Ifondty
from his brother, dated ut Jacksonville, North of tbe base line,sad west of tbe merl t HABLEBTON. 6 a m, arrive at Uicanopy tbe next Tuesday failure ol a trip, or for repeated ialure: ts
East Floiidt iu June las : TiiL Packet Schr arrive in lime, or for disobeyfog ksuse
.i. dian. ..IR.. rrgulai b) 6 p ID.Leaye. lion of the aay
A lets days slueI took with me a Township It of range S. SAMUEL S. MILLS, LY&UNCK Miconopy every otber Friday at 6 ;I t: 11 Sbuuld Department.

friend fur tho puipo (visiting uo ancient Townships and 2 of range 8. :' 'iil cniitinue running bet .cn p m, the next morning after the arrival uf i his accepted bid.any person It shall'refuse a contact st
Mound the St. Johns Townships land 2of ranges 9.10, 11, IV, die above ports, throgbout the .tar. the mail (rem Tallahassee, arrive at Jackson ; tracts be lurfeitaBotbeia*.
Indian un have
sad be
nay held
13. and H.. vide the next 6 !f.I rufenaibfe
Jacksonville.It lien Cabin is coromodions and handsomely dsy by p ro. for the
Rh er. t.ftlvti, Hides :below Township 1,of 15. N II This will damages.
range furnitheo and fittrd expressly for the aecorornodatlon route commerce; stands on a conical bluff, fifty feet Township 1, of range 16. of Fauengers. 1 be table will be the fir.t Monday in Jaruan 1835 I I without 12 No be contract written nor bid can be traaiferri

., high, Iud containing about two acres, Township 1, of range 28. supplied with the belt the Markets afford.C.pt. ..- 2474 From Pensacch to Dlakely 50 miles I I General first band consent and of the Pust&ute
t skirled on Iba east by Ibo river.'be Fractional township 1 and township 5, of 8. takes this opportunity to return hh and back, twice a week in.stsges. wi'hout this, t forfeit any tbe such ssxigsoe*
tliirdof range 29. grateful thanks for past favors,and to solicit a i. Leave Fensacola every ,uesuay and Satur- may contractor ML
ranuud is 13 If
circulatcoveting ono
: "'o.m.hipII,2, 4,and 5of of 30 7 arrive a Contractor or any Agent IWImit ,,-,.
day at
range continuance of UIC.I'atronage of his 'friends a m, at llUkely same day b) 6
an acre, and rising like 8 domo from Townships 2, 3, 4, and 5, of range 31. and -be Public. p m. Lta'e Illakely every Wednesday and intelligence by express more rapidly tIIa
the bluff to Ibo heIthat ht ol fusty feet, so North of the base line, and east or uteri St 9ueustine. July Sri t 1834. IS-tf.ISOTICE. Saturday at Tarn, arrive at Pensacola same the when Mail the contract b aball be forfeited i sad
mound be dian. <6< a stage run on a Mail Hoote sash
the summit of tb cannot daysbt P m.
marls shoot of one hundred feet fiom Township 2.of range 13. weeks alter date I will apply to the t S475 From Tallahassee b}' Lake Laura, LI- rapidly for, the or Mail more must frequently be carried than; is ia cesincfci tbe&e
and 2 of 14. SIX *
Townships ,
with range the tf tbe Court of pona. Wsukeena, Sao Pedro Itcscter'a ferry,
the river. It is thickly covered judge County and
frequent COlt _
South ot the base line and East mer'fdisn. Mineral springs, and Law's store, Alligator rapid center aice: fta ti
trees mid sluubbcry fiom the IlIrg+at b Julius Count for letters of administration i additional charge.
167 miles back in
and once tuo tretli.
live oak, which is an eveigreen, to the That past township situated north and on the Estate of Jos.Floyd,JOHN dec FLOYD. Leave Tallahassee every oilier Monday at 6 14 When a route is discontinued or n&t&cd

beautiful hntrihofn and the aromatic west of tbe Suwanre River, of range 14. Stpt.3 1834. 246wMAUSIIAL'S !I la n>, arrive at Alligator the next Friday by 8 the one amount month's deducted.eitsa pay will be alknedca

''tayrile all of which are filled in with At ihe same place, in continuation, com a m. Lraae All',?.tor erety other Tuesdayat 15 Where
mendn on the third Jhntby December a contractor on a stage hilt'
4 p m, immediately after the arrival of the
moss pendant from the bunches, and r.xl, for the disnoval ol the public hitds with SALE. mail from Jacksonville, arrive at Tallahassee superceded by an uncerbit'der! he Best pain
impaitiog a dark and melancholy air to in the limits ot the undermentioned townships By virtue of a writ ot fieri facins the nix Saturday,by 6 P m. chase such of the stage hones and prepctf
to this mausoleum of the dead. and fractional towrvknips,to wits issuc-d out of the Superior Court N 0 This route will commmce operation as may be seeded for the ten ice, sta> kst

'. Thus it teems thai astute does note South of the base line and west of the meri bur the,Eastern District of Florida, and on the 2d Monday in January 1835. valuation if to be paid by reasctabie ia &!>

blush to mourn for these childien Itr thefafest urn.Frac1i"nal to me directed ocd dt'liveled,1 will ex 2476. Firm Jacksonville to Alligator, 75 mental* cbcose they diiaprceon soy peat, camus
a *to
towntiT I of 8. person may spf&tU
range miles land!taek. once in two weeks.
I. although they have beau perse 'r nwnihips 2.3,4.5, 6. and 7,ofrsnce 9. pose to public ale in font of the Court Leave Jacksonville! other Monday st third to decic'e or the Post Marc (rhea!
cated,, despised abused destroyed, Tow<.ship. 1, 2, 3. 4,S. 6 7, 6, aDd 9! if louse in the city of St. Augustine, on Sit m arrive at MDgator the n.xt day b> 4 p m will sp.omt the umpire i Ii the umletbidda
hunted down and expatriated by the till r.oK. t IJ 'Saturday the seventh day ol December Leave Alligator every other Friday at 8 a m, frt to comply, his bid will be crusted to tit

conquering genius of civilization: About .lo.i tpths .2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 10, next between the hours of 10 o'clockA. ia.mediatriy after tie arrival of the mail from preset t contractor ol the ;! but' if Ae refutes it, Itapiupdsal
of 1 t.To..lIllip.I.
one luuith of the bluff nud mound range M. nod 2 o'clock P. M. of ihat date Tallahassee-arrive at Jacksonville tbe next millbeaeetpldunronditicr.ally.
5 6
2.3.6. 7, 8, and 9, of daybt6pm.
bus been undermined and washed away range: 12.Township. the following piopcrty, to 'wit : any N B This route will commence operationon 1 he contracts to br made by this acra&a!

-F by the constant friction and dashing ufihe I, 2, 3,4,S, and ol range 13. houso and ins situated on Gfoige strYct' the 2d Monday in January&;5. I ment, shall ctmmence en tf.e first w Juotif

v'- river, and the time will com when Township* t,2, 3, 4,and 5. of range 24. In the city of St. Augustine, and bound 2477. From Quincy by CbattAhfOchir; Mariana .' next and con'ir.ue .tears.

t' the whole pile will bn completely. *ubtuergttd and 1 ow 4,01 ships 1,15 and factional townships i", 3, ed on lima not the by a lot belonging to Wtbbvillr and Oaky Hill to Holmes' 20th The ol time'October for rrcehlt ncit. Drrisions g bids esptret on bid oa abe tic

beneath the water. On the range Col. P. H. Perrault the hast Valley, 69 miles and back, twice a week In
I Township 2, and 'fractional townsMp 2, of on by two hone stsjfta-Aspalaga to be supp.ied nude known on the Slit da> cf the suit
fiido adjacent to the w.ter. human range 16. George street, on the south by a lot belonging :* regubrly across route twice a week from month. .
skulls, trunks and limbs of all sizes, At ti e land O ic- at M>. AtrorsTifff: ,on the to Mrs. Cnpo and on Ilif west I. Chattahooebee and Ocbeesee once a week I \f. ". DA&UT, .

from the helpless. infant to Ibo strong lecondMtndayi.' December next, for the disposal by Maiia Sanchez or bridge creek ; taken from Apa1 ga. 14 miles and back. j l'ut .u'U:2.9w.NOTICE. Oeecrah. *
warrior who in his of the pUblic land* within the limits of the I Leave Qu. Mondajr and Friday; at
once gloried prowess, the ui-dcrmentiontd es 'properly of F M. Aredondosuiviving ncy every 1 _
townships and factional II. tar.v ltey next 8 \
II a m arrive day by
be seen projecting out in a of Aiedondo and
way to
townships .
; pm i..ve 11 hues V.tle) every \Vrdnes.nesds .
tal position and supporting theiupeiin* North o the base linejind east of the meridian. son, at the suit of Asahii. II* w'lng -, auyi- ) .r d Saturday at 6 a m,arrive at Quincy -
cumbenl earth Many of tho bones Fractional I to*nslitij" 1. 2, 3.4, and 5, (east .% partner ol n..w.. and Dimon.: next day b> 3 p m SIXerks at Judge er C ae cl: .1 1,r till Ccuntv apply Ceertsf lo tit

were In a good state of preservation, or St. Mary a river) cf range 23. SAMUEL BLAIR, .Upabga to be supplied" every Tuesday and at Johns County, for letters t>f su: tntfUriea'
1 :2.
unknown centuries Township 4."and factional township alur"ay. and Oem care every Tuesday.
notwithstanding 5, ol 24 Narshah on the estate of Join Fiibe*. tte tt ail

I' which have elapsed:>> since they were Towns range rips 1, 2.and 3. of range 25. Tho above sate is posponed until V 2478 they and From V-tltambrosa Pen.acote,by to A1.qu.JMrres, Uchee Valley county.dte.)1 11U7E5S

\ -. here deposited, and I succeeded In tracing Township 2,of range 26. eke first Saturday in belober.1t 115 miles ami back twice a week, in t-o Aug 22 23-w

out sever*! skeletons nearly entire Fractional townships 1,2.3, and 4,of range hors stiKCf The contractor may select the ___ to-

without difficulty. The m.nuer in which 27. ...S O TlCE is hereby given 10 all per road, and supply the intermediate offices by across Notice.

the ..und wmfo-med: is this :-The' o* 28 Fractional townships t,2, and 3, of range J., Minsimeiesivd that Deputy. Sur route. Proposals will be received forcarrying dcmai da tbs
rsTii-g 'put
iigmu) bluff, which is competed I princi Fraction townships J, 2, and 3,of range **>"htill bi* enr ge&Jlrum the first of between the Prnsacola on this and route Cedar in a Bluff steamboat and ALL of Joseph Deiespine Esq &a

pally of sand and clay was excavated 29.South November next until completed) in Ibo tbence to Holmes Valley in stages 150 miles s'.. uquested to present them duty smUiti'

about fifteen feet in depth, and over a 1 I of the base line, and east of tbe me. suivey of that section of country embraced and back lichee Valley and Alaqua to be those rated within the tin e prescribed by.hrvtad.

att&fiei area to form the base of thomontid. i ridian. between tbu Gulf of Mexico and the supplied once a week. indebted are reCI'lflted tomake
1 That part townhip 11, (east of Suwanee pajrrent: to .
Leave Pentacola
A tier ol dead bodies was then river of range 14. Atlantic Ocean, us specially designated every Sunday and Wed JOHN M. FOiNTAN ,sdsr.
& arrive
at .
arranged on the bottom and covered o* Townships 10, II, and 12, uf range 2$. by Diiuiits lettcied A. B. C D. E. &F. .I ever nesday> Tuesday a dFriday rn by at 4 Holmes p m. Valley

cot with a stratum1 of earth twelve or fifteen Townships, II. and 12. of range 16. in diagram deposited with thr Kci-per 2749. From Quincy by Rocky Comfort and JT"'"

inches thick; then another layer of TownsMps 10,U, 12. and 23,of range 17 of the Archives II Si Augustine for the Fort Gadsden to Appalscbicola, 60 miles and Btll HKbOLVLU: b) the Ibyttr lad

bodies coveted with earth in a similar Townships 6, 7, and 23, ot range 28* ioforoiNtioo of tho community togetherwith back twice a week Pmpcaala will be received of the City rf St AurestaeiUki
Townships S,6. 7.89, and 23. of range 29 tot carrying the mail between A pahachi- the ordinance "to provide agaosttt*
inner, until this alternation reached Townships 123 667 8 and 13 orange 20. the fraction mound said City and bola and Chattahoochee on horseback or in a introduction of malignant and pcttilestkldisesses
surface of the natural bluff. Thus Township 12367.nd 8 of range 21. Ibo island ol Anastatia. The survey team boat. into Ibis city"passed the 17U J.9

mound cuitinue; to the. distance oftit that portion of township est of 8t Ma i of the city will also. be executed under Leave Quincy every Monday and Friday 1831-.nd the ordinance; in addition thereto

forty feet oboVH the bluff, giadual rys river and townships 2 3" 5 6 7 and 8 of special instructions copies nf which at 111* m, arrive at Apalachico: every Wednesday .! pasted the 27 Nor. 1833-becor.aidtrrd6.
range 22. the date eteol l in laU force, and read
and S any
tapering till! you reach the summitvet .- can be seen by appplying to the city auvdslrby r m
1 bat : shall from tt 9
: portion towmlrn p 1 ebst of SI. Ma Leave Apalachicola every" Friday ard Tues c r vessels arriving at this port >
the whole is atratum of oyster rys river and townships 234567 add 8 of outhoiities: or Keeper of the Archives dap at 6 a m. arrive at Qumcy every Sunday day be visited by the Health officer, SD> bt

ellt, very rcgutaily' airangrd and a* range 22Tirwnslups aforesaid which will enable nil persons and Thursday by 1 n m. liable to,and if necessary subjected to ,QiaN

it twent> inches thirkncss. The 1234567 and 8 of range 24. to act ndvisedly on this interesting sub 2480 From Tallahassee by Magnolia to St. smite agreeably to the provisions.- said
seer surface of these sheik is covered Townships! 2".s. 6 7 ai'd 8 uf r nge 25 jcct The same requirements are exact Marks 23 miles and back twice a week ordinances-caving that in all eases the ffsjof
Fractional 2 of of this shall be and be I Is bertby author
township range 29. Leave St Marks city
Thursday and Sun
.' iih a layer ol earth fifteen inches dei-p ed of the claimants with regard to thesuivey every
Each sate will be kept open for two weeks, day at 12 noon, arrive at Tallahassee same ted 10 grant written penniaicn en tetra ia
.j Whether this last detosi; .of earth was and the lands reserved bv law for the use of of private claims,as heretofore in da sby6pm. tbe permission to be expressed to any eei*,

,stye by the'hand of time! or ol I man, it sellouts.. or for other purposes- will be exclu' similar cases to enable the Deputies ta Leave Tallahassee every ilondsy and Fri son or persons to land from such vessel cfvessels

ii MBpotsible to ,decide. Tho trees,]I ded for sale.Given : perform their duties under the laws and clay at 7 a m. arrive at St Marks same days by upon the North Brach or.elsewfeesfjiss
wINch spread their branches over this under my hand at the City; of Wash their instructions and fir the faithful Ipsn may by the said IbJorb.apcci cd.
ingtontbis seventh dr of Passed 26th 1834.ATfuMO .
July A 0 2841 From Tallahassee by Tuscawilla.Bar Aug .
.t ', 'lchral and which add not a lit* of which
1834 performance bound
.": spot AND11EW JACKSON. they are le>s Mills' llontieello.Bunkers Hill and Oroo AI.VA EZ, bfIr.
+t;<\tto to its antique and solemn apprarunco By the President: under heavy penalties and oath ol office. verville to Thomssvillei 60 miles and back JAb 11 COULD Clerk "

;;'J"are undoubtedly of spontaneous gi owth. lama UATWAED I therefore again is) nd again lake occasion once a weeks and an additional trip each week
-1 1 On "digging i few feet into the mound Commhsioner of the Genennd Land to solicit all persons having between Tallahassee and Monticello.Bunkers "- t

I found that every skeleton was sur Julp 12SIX Office- claim to be surveyed within the limit Hill ro be. supplied going and Crooverville Notice.ALL .

roared by earth of a deep florid tinge fcengnated, (that they will, afford every returning.Leave Tallahassee every Friday at C a n. persons i interested In the esat J

This was unilorruly tho case, and the weeks after date 1 will apply' to the facility to these officers, as required by Arrive at Thomasvllte next day by 11 a m M. Sanchez will take DOt ef, tw
peculiar tint, I believe must nave been tbe Judge of the County Court of former notice enable them to 'lay down Leave 1 homasville every Saturday nt 1 p m .m mom hi after this date I shall .,= of
derived from the Iron contained in the the county of St. Johns for letters of administration their claims without impeding the stir Arrive at Tallahassee next day by 6 p m. Judge of the county court for the draM"
on the Estate tf Justo Lopez, kte ol Leave Tallahassee every Monday at 9 am. St. John, for a disehsrze from the
with the shies &c.
bleed but now mixed veysof Ibo public domains.
said county, dee. JOS.SANCHEZ.. Arrive at Monticello'lime day by 5 p m. Execator, of aid Estate.WiLWM.R.
These dead bodies must have been Au* 27th 1834 Surveyor's ofilceTalUh****. June. 1834. Leave ifor.ticello every Tuesday at 8 am. '

ages tad ages: ocumulating, and porhapi "- R. BUTLER Arrive at Tallahassee same day b> 5pm. June 18. 1834 .13-8 .
CLAIMS UNDER THE NINTH Sur. Gcn.of Florida. 2482. From St I n
V tea times as many ages have passedji* I Augustine by Tcmokato N.
.. way since the last burial took place.I .- ARTICLE. Smyrna, 75 miles and back once in 2 weeks,- TBSFLORIDA
Subscriber receive Chirrs NOTICE.ALL Leave It Augustine every other Monday atoam.
fe fid here one bead made of bone, TUB ui HERALD
.. the 9th article and will his warned '
1 .f' of i persons are not to pay
hslfeainch'loagand; an axe none Arrive at New Smyrto the next day by 6
personal attention to their adjustment before D. S. Griswold IS PUBtffBD
the most beautiful I ever saw although or to any o* .
1 tbe proper tribunal. Having bad tone experience pm. EVERY ,dJURBDAY.av
tkaihi ;in other tespoeta to the same a. ,and beta* ,thoroughly acquainted with her person any money for wharfage as, I Leave New Smyrna every other Wedner .
betifift! utewil found in many pans of the nature and circumstances of these claims I es the subscriber claims the right to the day at 8 a m. .

New Englsad.' No person living in whatever'business ofit&is description may be tame. < A. FLEISCHM. I IArrlc at St Augustine the nest day by 6 3'..... m.AT. aow s ;
entrusted to him will be transacted with faith Sept. IQih 1884. 25 tf.NOTICE pro. .
this section of country, can give any .c- fulness. B. B. GBULD. From' Charleston,S C or from St links, ANNttJIADmJIIIRft

renal, either bitiorfcal or traditional 16th July 1B34. Florida Territoryby Indian Key to Key West FIVE DOLLARS PER
.. 4 resfeetieg then interesting:_8I.eol'leI 1 once a monthLave
life. Of rather I should of fjjj IX weeks after date, 1 will apply Charleston or St Mark's od the fat, inserted at IJ
tbe MfifQ Jetd. say I Notice. O to the Hon. the Judge of the and Key West on tie 15th of every month POLLAB for the fe- JJTsertlon
HVtgo { County Court of St. Johns County for aad arrive at tbe port of dotbaiiod with allpracticable per square
forsubieqscjit Ia
weeks after date aad FCTTT CKTU
SIS I till tpsty for let. letters despatch. ,
of administration
w d'Admlnhtrationon the estate of on tbo estate of NOTES. one. Loafer adnrtil!
/tatty* Brfftai.-Not.losg ago aojwfto Wm. Gantn. JOHN ANDREW dec. ,
ef fellows ia Mew Xorb, hapP' .luJINJI836 FELKClAMtf 20-i 'UABtJR.,. .,' Sept. 10 (NARY, A, ANDREW. Those who'propose for Hall contract, are meats in propariios, and BO o** If
+ IpprtMd a. taw .
by *** GftenJioT the bo coBtldered yes than t ityd _
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