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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 30, 1834
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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=- ;tIU1IIAL'8 MALT. 'Two or thru days ogo wo. published of.11 He was taken Now ,
to York this.
special use Mr. Folger consulted Mr. fo.ild he hail ..
ing
Pluries, ifrit of a paragraph announcing the arrest of a morning. s an acquaintance;
tad! nf IP SUe at named Pierson on the subject, and ti! <'y agreed yt hewasiriotwithoutesperieaeiugaho, -
K F..CIU its "nt nun Albany Matthias. In His trial will unfold(
Fits stango deeds of ) .
to comply with the reasonable and ... Frencii
te- m
Cearlforllie Eatcrn district of ihp Albany Journal of, Thursday wo crime and fanaticism.Thu very +ge .II..cllhe lovaiiably ,
,, quest of l\Jauno\Y'lind so informed him. eld For hifmelfli hid ,'.,
.li.ected' and 1-delivered art presented with the pay oge. | -
following state New York
ik | nir Journal of 1
sSid
d, to Commerce In the mean lime the ambition of hint connected with hitt
''ront ofthc gotten every thing
Sale in 0 mint' most '
eilranrdinary occur
1 e tll I IUlb'ie gvolll..s account of tie same impostorand I. lhew, had so increased that hired all the recollection of
a
youth
even
early :
;:rll"'c en Ihl City of S.. AuIht. r 'nces-Involving,' ,! would seem, on villain: t
house would no longer content him and the crime for which ho had suffered
ITat chB the side crimes of tho die was
\ Monday the Sl.i day o out deepest ; For ,idorahh '
a ron period prior lo ho intimated to his two friends that it lost or if in all remembered, it was buta
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::: II V Gaon et' 10 o'clock Asilt nn the other, t'rc'duh.y that oilconception tit .
surpasses 1832 Mt.
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$ ? year Eenj Folder: ot this would bo improper for a person of his dreary vision, confounded with a thousand .
yI, spa. 2 .,'c 11th I'. M. "f, h-t s=.y,1lla} : City! was on term i.hlw, most intimate' character to reside in u hired houseand I other dreary vision of days long
'\II: II cerltiinossug "MatthiaitheVnpW-Thn
fel r"'J..I\.o no- : friendship with Mr Elijah Pinison, that they ought to purchase a house for gone by His family and connexions
ar.rl of uf Ionld, ) cansiling of.iglus I torioii* individual hose f pioper name ;! biro i.f then! city) whote 1IelY and poodsense him. This .Is"1 Messis. Folger and for several generations all dfiuj. Himself
:'fuuilu.st'd bt.rirer .
weit.rih" wa Robert i was urrestod in this
ho
1\ tpd 1\Jnllaiep highly rstremed A alto,, Pierson agrped 10; but brfmctliey weld si living {ptoof of thf clemency of
.: thi' iulnr urnicnt thert-of city on Monday nfii,moon, upon thn antlwiiyofan time previous to iho rind adverted .
J, !: pi( tu accomplish' their purpose, Maithows im r Heaven nnd the severity of man-re*
bc1nlu iwj at she mouth" of BuclJ.>% advei 4 tiscment issued by Matthew.. had iniiounced t* Mr. Pier: parted another involution to Mr Folger) j .prenhig, 'perhaps ihi very iron which

Creek Ldotbtlu l lt s 1p!Bring, and followS1" f Mr. Honj. II. Fol'rr, of tho City of son th-it he (Ma'ihewn) "w,t the spiritof md informed him. tie house which Mr. I had been tamilitr to him, and l half: wishing

'''.'i'IJ.II) ,.. nr. of viU river, to t N.'" Y 01 k. The crprtsttd char oe- truth, that the spiii: t.ttrsh l had disc It' Folgnr purchased acme limo previous at hinnnlf again among the w'Ntllt'd. _

tlr pvUl, ,1"10 s|I'l' lmW'c I r
r.isflu I I" A1..rlau. cat."-.-* the I Mid rivthe Vmk hating in hit |ms''egsion a large anioitnl the Matthias mentioned in the Not TMt'tneot hOld been putchastd' for him,(Matthrw*) fate had ,.o long n.luci"t..d.V..U!! might

o. sad II'+ : falliiwing ,hw a* ilk of lr. FotgeV* property' ; lint Ire that the spirit of Jesun Cbrlii. and the thn spirit of truju had directed he be called 'iho patriarch of bug tarts.- .
'hsdn' ,''f" /o wi' : .h'' Ut l.np rnnhe h .. been guilt, it i is asserted, of manyo'her.malpraclicesisome ; had entered into that M-thia., mcl thai Folger in making the sum purchase." ilew jwrtia ...n. .. i. i

1I11'111a s.. t.f' niou'li' *'fCiffkSmi'liSi hurkla Y. 'e of them ol the he (the fellow now in Albany Prison) A* the house had been thu miraculously long lived mau was still in beng arid io i

.141'I, liltn' blackest character, pnd worthy of the wa the same Matthias, the apostle of t purchased for Maitht-w ho had health. .

t0i |pine: tier 2d hili' runs f.i.m said mo+t SPVere puimhjncnt.Muthies diP NNw Tcsiampntwho had titan frost of course a clear right to remain in it r

n..fS
'i'i,,e .1.'' 3d lit-* Inns flu ns Lilt! some1 two or three )'ea'isincf', : sus of N..znrpih.' That he (Jesus Club) bet, 1833, when ho required that Mossis bone Woi khous'-, wh.ch IMS a from that

,;GeSI.IIS; .lrg"'I'1 Cast 154:>> chains I in this city, when ho proclaimed himself I i..r this second .....pf'lrancwa.. God] toe Folger nud Pierson, who then ieided fur length. md th* a'z' .md 'nu
to.t ,..,.IKtUr4't ti line runs fmm "Id Fbi' Pro"nb";. of th t> G..d of the JfW*" Fathorand had 1 power to do all ljungs- with him, should give up the house to the windows, ought&: I b't cuntf; ,..irt
I4 $.,utb 33 di-prres fast '1751:and asserted Divine: Power. lie shor'* to fo-give sins, and communicate lie his own change, which they accordingly Russian pil.ice, there are roniMily.

SWIM to a i'in the 5th line run from ly rff'prwatds went to Now York, where Holy Ghost ,. such believed in lim.m ." -from eight' tn one hundred t: ul ''''uu.y

s.lid. JHM $otli5 I'tl' :'1'1'Ve..t 123 < tin continued lo ptoclaim' his doctrine, The' above tissue of bldsphcny arid did.In the latter part of Oiinb, 1833, very old mUll 'and! women, "i.o .no 'ledor

cb+ m< io i. pinr-''"' Gilt line runs lom but with little success at first. HH noon absurdity wan, strange to '.y, blieed he required t'aem.o give :.n account nf carried out mio by ono every mu n-

H4; I a" Stsuth 1S dl'grl',1 List 123 however, secured the favor, among n by Mr. Piurson, and rgardinrJill- their properly, and having attained) ing, and sot down on a bench omit* a

in I.iRI'-"IId the 7'h line run tiins f|; few others of I less consequence, of disco I as ilo character he reprcsontel himself it, demanded that they should !>oth shed, or, when the weather i iw (rite, in

fr.'BiHiJp'fH* NOlfh 85 degrees E-." of tliiw) in a

HOrMiiwto a ..tl".n the PirolatJWH :' nf P*'*rl' street.-Mes-rs. Pierson, I took blot Into his house to reside trills which would insure them! the continued state of torpor, being: unable to helplliumseltiM

]-AU" one thwt*and acres at n Mills and Folger. These gentlemen him.Li blessing of G ud. They accordingly and having: IIti one to attend

pUcf r..U4"d Ct<+
Ulmmltfknu tin- South put ftf'MoM'll'n fi
>elltI lbi-iflj& a I jnilof two thousand arras, Their treasures went thrown open to Matthews, and at the same time inform irhatf *r money lit demanded, until trd for their next mNI.VhJt a pic-

tWlt vi-fe p:..uii'il to George I. F. ; In the imp istor, And ho lavished hem ed him, who and what Matthews announced the O1I.utb fif August, when M..1'ior- lure human( desolation! If, insteadof

CUileia. ab l ..,, ..,(! properly on diP 15th [ upon himtelf most pror' I..ly. II. pu. himself be, and also of his son died On the death. ..IMr Pierson being placed upon bcncln" wish nothing ,
cl.FebuallS11. ulo five hutidied acm t chased the most costly ward/ ube. His (Pier-on'a) implicit belief in the frithol Matthews came to inside at Mi Folgers to glz" at but a brick wall'', iheso

it aid "|KIIII the head of Deep f robes of office twerp richly trimmed with Matthew1 divine uiribulcs. 1\Itl.1 House in thi city, and continued to be persons were led into a garden, where

Creek Which empties' itself into the St. gold nod silver. He woro a sword of. thews having thus become acquainted j I r supplied l l ws'.h money by him, until last they could see number .f ilteir tallow

J...* river onIn- E I.' side, peing ,part the finest workmanship, and hi* gold: I with Mi. Fofgcr, lost no limo in endeavonug j I r I March, when M>- Folger f unfortunately iumatcs at work bieaiho iliefiesh air '

ds tract' of two ilinieund HCIPX which watch and establishment equalled the to lIt '''IISO the number of his ; became bankrupt. Notwithstanding sea and smell iho Q./wci>, and hear ('ho! .

.ere "iiBirdlo SaidGeO'CPl. F CI...ke ; lust!* or ,iho most ros'ly.Tbebond'ppof ( du"" .*, and repeatedly called ai M Fol- .I this occurrence, Matthews continued to. birds and other rural sounoi, their miicrablo .

asthr 13'h Ffb'tiary 1811. AUo' fivp { the.e gentlemen,, +JRI-' counting Louse to announce his to reside with Mr Folg tun..llalt Sep., lot 'would have some litilo nllevia.lion. .

kHrf' >.r'..ii .', ono abu,.t 'hit head nfjkf complete. ; and the fret lint three intelligent divi'H mission, nod strove to convert teiuber, the httor intimated to him that A number of them could perhaps '

\ n'A Drp Ctrt'kseiitI! the Lontple- : s fiiixen. of N. 'k'o' k were thus Mi. Folger to a belief of it. On one could no longericnniinue to support him assist in some of ihs lighter garden o.pe'ItIiC'.e. -

Still T if two iiiu .
WD.i'Mt'tl : i ken *s the ptopfrty olv pages in he whole chapter of modern j slip end of all iln-g,M and then made Matthew by IHI means liked tho pro "W).y the ,buds, or.prc'p"'t"goosbuits

Crn',! I. r Cliike ..ttirui| i-f A'chiJEL '- fanaticism; but the chain with which jlb usoqf iho folliixviug' mudu of}illustrating. posed uriangsment, but determined to and -vegetables fur the kitchen. This
: j insertion. cf make the of the might cn-blo them to roe,. their
o4l Ct sit "v wore hound is broken. j his Taking up a piece pa most matter, ardknoving .uie
BLAIR. Mankal D"ath liberated )lr. Pierson. He t] per ho | laced in a drawer, so ah alone & that Mr Folger had some 'mona r time as it' ge, and would fiord s,mo

F'lt.2t1. ., isv1 4J-\ ttr f fTt. died in W tchftstor county, at his conn- :j end of the paper remained outside the I belonging to the estate of his wife, kind of amusera.-n' to divert" Shelf minds

!., <4IHn.. .alp, in t'.1| 'ontiI until : try seal, no.u Sing. Sing, and the etjent drawer, and then said to .Mr. Edges: prerpinntorily, that "he must not from Incessantly dwelling on their own

tile 6 st S4.,ndav in tinv'Ninb'r.U.tRri1LtL' : wit cloihod in mvstety A short time you can see but one end of the paper, i throw hint destitute on the world filorn and hopeless condition. 1is

_. "previous his death,: Mathies prevailed which is outside tin drawer, and so the : that if he did so the blessing of God too much to say thai something wouldbe

!! s..z i' upon Mr P. 'o assign to him his world aces; but I soo the whule length. of would depart (rom him ; but that gained; for the tuppinc* of the 'his*

v .ue ol ., '' n. ol' fi. i f firiaKM.ctl whole estate. Ho wis shortly after taken ii-I gee the end. if he gave him money m nppnrt him. kind. ;if all: men ware agreed this how -
Dr
out (\fltl( Supenoi, Conr. t irk, and although his friends who He succeeded in impressing Mr. Folgtr the blessing of God should continue to ever thuro was a habitation, whether f.ran -'" {

foe -IK I K:,.-inn DiMiict, of .Floiida, and were with him tte.4 upon calling me- and a few others with a him t belief him" Mr. Folger then g" vo !him one individuhl 'family or for a uuiaber of

tam" dllt.tl..d and ill-live,eil, I will) expine I rUral aid.thoy were diverted by Malhles I that he was the prophet he proteidcd hundred dollars in bills of the Bank of persons, strangeis to each other, -..ch

to public ulp in font of the Court WHO old 'hem that >'''e'ad power of. 10 be, and having gained this point be the United Slates. Mtfttfyexvs receivedthis as hospitals, workhouses, piiions; assy-

N lssiu 4ie epee( St. A"gn'tine, nn j life and death and M*! Pienon would j I I then began to execute iho trust mitfion mosey a few days prior: to the 18th : lums, infirmaries, and even barracks,
S.de I and informed Mr Folger of September and that day he told Mr. there should bo a garden T In cut opinion
subse-1
: ) the .r\enth dot' of December not c/iV" But he did die; .nd a he came upon, I .
Dell bestrews tin-. Ihniis'nf 10 o'clock I 'tent examination! of the body by three |I that ho was "poor and in \,..a. ofmoney Folgtr that he was about to leave his *, .'d\Y IIiDg without u'garden oughtnot
,
q Jionc/wi .
A.N.'ad 2 o'clock. 1). M. of hat tlnlew able nhvsician, re%nted| in the conviction .I ; that the world persecuted elm, i house, but insisted on being supplied to exist Gardner'sMag.

foliowipg i pioi eii.), in ivit ; ony that he had been fouontcf, and certificates and it was instigated to do so by thin with more money before be took his' .

w a.a4 I lot .ltulI..'d on Geoigp: sties St. this effect, were! drawn up devil, bocojise thei was no truth now depiiturr.'
i a tfee city t of 5.. Augustine, und bound h ht4 and ilqnp-1-: bv these phv icians, and are in the wot Id except in him, ((3at- In order to obtain it, ho had recourse CLEANLINCIa.-There is a proverb
all, to his old expedient of threatening or I in the Levant, that'na Piince ever died
.
sus ) 'II\llb by lot belonging; & lo now in New York. :Who poisoned Mr. lhew ) I .
Cud. MI. PrrauSi, on the Ears by P.prcon is so bo determined by the pro- Puerile anti absurd as were these representations promising the wrath or blessing ol God, I of the plague, iho m. .usilg of which

GNJrE-G sueei, nn ire south by H lot be- thh.n'sl they neveithelcss, indiccd according as his demand was refused or I is the many resources which upuleneoaffords
per
hat'"S| ao Mrs. Caj!"o and nu tba wont Tbo mysierious death of Mr Person, Mr. Folger to give Matthews dift't 81t I complied with, and so wrought on Mr. : aio preventives .igainst cunti
kjTih4a, and the latter .Folger! that in addition to the hundred I II gion! Accordingly find that in those
of'
Sanchez, ot litidgn i creek ; lapiofeiiy and he accompanying circumstances, sums money,- ennur- '
tee ss the of F M. Aredondo] hook the confi.lnncejol.r.J'. F..Iserand aged by his success thus for, deteiinnod I dollars, to bo had already given to him Mahometan countries, whipro ,th.* t flague

t"ririeg .of A odoiidn abandon to neither promises nor threats. to in bills; he now gave Matthews five hun raged with the greatest violence, but
and resolved
I ptrtner I his 'limily, and they to apaie .
few of those who the first fHCCS
tea', '' the suit ..f A',bit"IIII"w"I suni.I '. 'Mnthies and his principles. After his make the best of the advantage ho had dred and thirty dollars in gold com-on enjoyed a
taa In addition to what he had al- receiving which he left.Mr.. Folgers of Stale, were over n".ck..I'witlaIbe
I ptrlRtr M IIMut* purl' Vim..... rrturn'0 New Yorkthey announced gained.
he therefore Informed house, and immediately after departed distemper, although according to
, toady told Mr Folger,
SAMUEL BLMR this deipminiion to the 'Prophet,
,
from this Besides the above the precept of Mahomet they wero obliged
l\J..uhal. who then Hprlarod In them that if he him that ho (Matthews) had city. mentioned
Tho shore death would commenced iba reign of God on earth; sums of money, and thoso whichbe to appear in public at all times.und
sate s t o r anal, unll1 did "ftickness. and peihaps,
with the
must comply general custom in
R. had been called! obtained at different other period
..... fi'u i: SAt." '1',V lit 1l.rtotter. follow|I" This threat was not sufficient that Mills and Pierson giving their hands to bo kissed indiscriminately -
and the devil from Messrs Edger and Pierson, ho
1 throw their tesolmion, and a day into the kingdom, although
)In.L.S. HtLE. to ova should had succeeded in suspending for a also obtained a watch from tho latter by every Moor who comes to
Mashies
R" \:. t.. ... ,t.G; ., I." ... ......, 1.1-" leave w is fixed the house.upon when Upon the morning of time its permanent establishment. ho gentleman, and in this mouth January beg justice or throw him,flf under their
e. ''I 't! Ili. ., would last ho informed Mr. Edger that some protection.-N. Bedford Mert rl'
t&.ffto fiuf r 'r (; ur of the of little (Matthews) now go on to overcome ,
II '..t'f. ?. Ki4ti i.I' ,n.l tu directed Ih at day, Maihies partook very had taken the watch from him i
i me iho devil, and to establish iho person ,
d..ti, ,, tasted the coffeeyinjft
I ".i'tcl i breakfast, and scarcely At the fair of in Calvados
fwsI, 01 I t t public Side .n of God. and thai. ,,il was Mr.., Folger's duty to Argent. ,
'5. that( unwell.Immediately kingdom
,! out! IIc.c ho was .-
in .
tit" City of St as an excuse the 9th
on August, some jugglers exhibited
Ant+ called provide him with another and that the
circumstances ,
ntue lift )r.S. dY -heJlat ..! llarch mx after breakfast Mr Folgor, Under these .10
.1Wte Uc !.. of his substance God would rest >> him if he a variety of feats of strength and
P. "** | W .td'.ek\ M. and 8 and children were taken violently on Mr. Folgor 'to contribute blessing upon: '
:> d test the .i .tic his wife Matthews and did 'In." Mr. Folger immediately agility to lao wondering! rustics; oats .f
.; > s ILt llt l intern*I Mr. Folgci) did not suspect for his ( ) support {purchased
< PI. .tebm.'I sick which however produced tho bore .
alnt slot the tollowinandlut / tho 01 the kiogdomand threatened a linn gold watch, with a chain most ,
a
Pnptf I .10""t s a'ware ( situate in the cause of his sickness until after the pomoiion he should refuse to and seal, for which he ono hundred rid and lamentable citastropbp.: In Or. ,
in ; gave
smr-k that
bit a'tstd. i.,the Cit y ofbt. Attfrustiae ..hd1t4 villain had, left the cit);.when upon examination case he nnd fifteen dollars Bud it to demo show the courage and strength of =',..,,
II Wlewt., -him whatever money want give
to Sits on tie North by a he loarcd that the black women provide
of thp female of the she
u.. Otlea., & 10 lit, t.ta by let w.io laid upon hues back upon the ground,
a b wrath thin
'r.1 g .0 Charles Lsw.lonn empowered to do) the of
Iii, she of was
CHI thejhe south by t tHrfl't.L + had also abstained from; use any Jnttance f Lon evil unit n ponderous wheel thin nave of
but that if he (Folger) would Singular o, ly.A -
0' other Almighty
and from ;
use
.L: welt by (1tJte Str 'et-taken rte coffee upon the t morning in him and obey him hi all things housebreaker in Franco was coiijpm which in only hollowed out to about half
believe
..... ed, of! $414 lurk Vlti'fllman! art the l i circumstances hn became confirmed, its depth, was placed on a chest. The
ned in the of the list
.... A Ca.1..II. briltd by Math tts ho would bo called into the kjngdem, early part century "
S ,UUtl. ULAtn. 'Iall'l4"I. I that the woman teat and ho (Matthews) would forgive him and undo. peculiar circunulances, to tho cavity wa filled with gunpowder, whichwas

ant t'"I"Tht 8"" tthot', t'e i. M" t Jwt.c.l until slit to pa lon the family. From soma To cause all 'his sins, and be would enjoy eternal galleys for a hundred years; and, strange to be disctiaiged while i in this position
t y SOYemdtr. the effort was not successful. none to relate, this man recently mndo I hit as if i ii wets a niottar. However .

--- i.f the family did it proto f fatal although happiness.In this Matthewi continued appealauce i in his own native province, whether .horn the RICH employed tocharge *
xOZ3: nil of thorn had not recovered from style the machine being drunk '
as was
the advanced of 120 he .
until by dint of dunrnright at age being* .
SIX WcE alter date I will spillrto the its effect* This triinsctiplion{ induced preaching, he convened or rather perverted bout 20 yeas of age when the sentejce feared and putting in ton much powder ..
.
f '... the Heo of the Count,Court ofa Mr.\ F. to procurri his arrest, for impudence Mr. Folger, to site .firm belief which condemed him to so dreadful a or from the wheel being damaged by
y fen Leuere of despatched) tho notice former. from other
"tlta&eetJOHN adm1niatratiGD oa which purpose he "a.1be ho represented punishment was passed. It may; bo easily eiplosionsor causes, .
IIOWLEY clec'd.Oft.I before mentioned. that personage conceived with what' anddelight when tint match was put to thin powder,
be. eagerness I
GEORGE OIANOPLE. did not expect thus suddenly himself lo 'h, wheel' burst into innumerable
Mashies fragments
16, 188&. he flew emancipatedfrom
IO-Iw Iu the month-ol August 1833, Matthews as soon as
and
in his mad careccr killed of the .
to be stopped West Chester the Shackles which had enthrall (Iwo {persons assembled
deal of surprise when 1 went to Sing Sing<<, wounded
good around it 63 others and
\NOIDINANCE expressed n I ed for eniiie breathe ,
him to
Addition to "An Ordi- where Mr. Edger had a fur an century, .
*A.* ******* the Police of hus City of St.Hmd arrested. lie had in bis: possession two nishod County house, and where his family at once more the cherished air of the (left the body of the onlortunate young'woman

*." the Sd Nov. 1831. large trunks which ho>> acknowledged resided., As Matthews brought scenes of Infancy. Bouge, in the department upon whom h wa placed a .

eldw.-> d M dae Mayor and Aldcrmea contained articles which did belong to that time with him his intention of Ain, was his native home; most horrid spectacle. the limbs having' r ,:
tieL C ar 0'ix A8pa e.1'h&rom the dale Mr.-Folger, but which, (taft said, Mr. F. Ms baggage along but time had so changed the aspeet of been scattered in various Jiioctfanx and

'It..t*eh"" free+o eoJere.dperaou.or thit ordiaaaM( the blacks how and of- gave him when he left New Ye'k. Among obvious of M long and visit Mr.to Sie Folger'g Sing Invited was him retty the whole place, that the rerognited it a part of the head thrown mi into thebranches *
rich
see ,
Dot be Hl'e-red thcj articles, acre sundry his house. only the old church of Bron, which was 1 i I of a tree when it hung sass. f.
to-co at I.rae rrith watch to take up his residence at .. : ,**,
City ita dresses about $500 in g6lda cold ended by the fclr.-JFVf nch Paper
the
ftit t that had undergone
fitc the' k sloe. without iaere value .. Having remained there a ...e'lbe got the only thing no :,
P ..P*.rad therefor by prericwi worth about 8160, a sword of great accommodations alteration. lie had triumphed over laws *
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shall IM:tea o'Block.P- M. rod with which ho was going tired of such .,Arrow I + -
p and a Not who make the best of their
time thing. They use
&IIe4 and Pier. roan,
bondage
,die 9thd+,of October. A. D. 18S4 bounds of Ids paradise. end told Mr. Fog l that ho -every
lUJIiNTONKJ ALVAREZ Mayor. lo measure the ; Hire a house for his own o relation had be Ion; not a single: bo.. thuG have now to spare
walls Iberoj son ought
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'South titio togo&bttfhb tho number of aril by tta saB* rules a* ara pro>I<3cil fetfe:
clvifirin ilio their burthen. tho.tfeetloa for clfr'ctem.Mr. .
lo.our
and
buik1.lltic1o vessel I"
of one of each
of6t utl en a young 'breatcoecl to 1110" oot tbo "raios If beI bal it ills cerlaiDly better to do this, vals Th.'pr1co of each share of tho whplo DcsusttudiQseaasa fit per.
14r, attendant
i,. pet rUao.o icett or tbo depGrue80' all tho toxpQnso .ddj J- lohoW lha sabtcrlptioo .
at list
ioited tlO d., lilt ofal.I. than to be .Iock-.as unanimously fixed at tea son Of $
...-li.hol. DUlt'lY tbe pers ( hund*
seven
andttbrce I.- I r' fJ'ld to' destroy' p trtnsptttation from St. Aefostlne Wharf Compaay.
II .be *
to dinner two clergymen ihe & .) lod o "ered '.000 on t'tbossand I ulo.. Tho 'mode Urs. committee On Motion Rttoloed That
n-ttced thai during' whole des..t'. '. red to Mr. Drat*" moved, that a the pro.ceedings .
etiltiva
lie were In *
dirs
z of iho two clergyTivn would do'0. The papefl.hea tbe gen.' which wa wotld recommend be appointed to draft ResolutioDI for of this meeting be published in Jff

r fMlt tba youngest.tead ly..6..d on .ooef ed and ihe amount pa.tlimanmvdo \-. I: ting this valutbtf grass is iho following* of the Company, and the Florida Herald. .
Y.rk.-NJr
d bil tho
its govoioanco
New it
2 ? off for learn to know on the ar
of the ladies, who was ver> lIaDd.ome.. Lei the planter botanist that a meeting be called on'Saturday And Meeting adjourned sinedU.
wbn' the f la- folk Herald. belo pointed out to him by a committee and
The Biihup after-dinner, with It.9 hear tho report of that ANDREW ANDEHSON.EDWABD .

M bad icUred, liked him wlial be tht.Impostor, now in prJ',. or some one Wquaiuted in the ..Le'l occoidioply Messrs.! P. B. DcsiAf, VB- Claba.
Matthias servant
he had Just beenuftff" him send a cattful and JAMKS HANSON
l lad,
of ihe attendedby
his uial, is daily collect tho NANCIO .SANCHtz >> G. GOULD Stcretary.ST. .
D'fd"My waiting monrti to
son ihls
of
end I committee.
The that .
clergyman busily engaged in appointed
It were
who one
ol l d1, "01u.1l..tlh'l n young artist, ho obtain from some until Saturday --- .
looking or may adjourned -
loid in portrait.\1biela is to be en it be abundant. And the meeting AUCiUSTIKE ---.0;;;;;
fcrebctdwill in taking-bis may
neighbourhood i
beautiful
whoso o'clock.
: tU-t her for publication. We were yesferday his leisure, during ae
covered with Crinkles ; graved Let him al 183.L
be in
,
ono day of circumstance weeds and ANDREW :ANDERSON, Hire
a --
informed cat dowt. the -....
will ait lo her fall winter
cort her lip. ( or
on inR
allO which serve CI1 an.
Acs W fity o f "hlch will' be *.II rtlation to this business this sedges that at this scaion are coveting Governorfocal.-A pfcbBc dtaaergirentoGor. 'WU

iho % und Ibb' Ihe j\'or) of ht'r to exemplify the extreme. vanity of first all our low' grounds, an! let him if j'01siblo EDW'D G. GOULD. Sttrtl ry. 'Vm. P. Dv-At, at Blrdtro.'

I&uilacl viti bn; changed to ebony ; that to knavish lunatic., When tho painter sketching bum thorn on thi* ground. Between I. Saturday Oct. 25. 1834.I Kf. on the 6th Sept on his return to hit _,:
.. : tco.ta u-k ho C'nl1lPIended of and April,
hit Hay
of her complexion.he began: and rose Wai The meeting pursuant
.littles % of his face, but this litle stirred, and State.Ha
portrait be -
of |caio will the earth should a -wa greeted with tho foUowing tout
withered appearance insisted lhahe"rTist .
nnd
succeed ; that hcV fine soft >kri; will be- should'draw ,his figure at foil if not too wet, tho hirronr might bo tadvantageously I 1 ndjournmiMii.Tho Commiiteo appointed to draft //i;* Exetlltney fTilliam P. D..l-A 'j

that her agrca- used, and fid soeds sown, which friend to the ,the companion of tie
ad.y parchment ; which was regulations fur tho Company poor bn11
COMO his pontificals, j
in might a
ublo smiles .fill bo converted. into gri- IcngtlNtobed broadcast: puhipj a. litilo caro ought ba foimed, appeared and made a citizen in peace and a toUier ia war. I.oftc
WP'w011him.
accordingly THe nieiuw l e.
inaces-Hnd alintt l"Tgtb .IIt* "ill' bo"coroe i bis fine<>*'embroidered coat studIdcd 4>o requisite in th! foil offing season that | the following report, which, after a few mar he lire to enjoy tlo oafeigned rttptet i*
amltMo ol Me." I never' In remove some of tie coarser grasses rd due him by the citizeat of Bardjtowii
iba 'I silver ,un on amendments WHS adopt : to tad.
and large firsiyoar ( 50
with stars, a After iho
supposed, laid tb' Dishop. i in such ,siluitinn Neltoa County.la .
would'.his left breast, the sword elf Gideon by grow would be tequisitebutcutting REGULATIONS .I
;
It thought a lit" wo-Mi no Anther &Imor reply, GOT. DUTS pTOBllid.oIOJa.The
side iho long rule for n suimg It OF TDK ST. ACQVSTIXt WHAftr COXFAST. I
such his J of the
frith grass.
coting of
led man ana nursery ces&s isl
have hlSl'mrdiuiions.ON young. Paradise in his right hand,.andtfa large, be cut three times during .the sum 1. The Company shall be denominated leaminz-lIer citizens intelligent en e
may rpriiiac
profound cocked hit covered with. a. variety ,ofuur to a distance and known as tho Su Augustine
mer. If it n to' be conveyed t and liberal-}The, hare ciTcaaa ezaJDtle oft 1V
devices on his head: in- made into bale by ,hoI Wharf Company; 1d
Inev
ACQUIRING KNtAfLroci-J.. n' ..:..-...........*. 4 strange. .. -. /.. .L... ......1, .|>A* M'tplaced ..I It may bo used b/lho cotton 2. The capital stock of the Company friendship-orer party fe'eUag worthy of tU I
'.:" '+ .ind "\ 'it. ""tit. of know. himself in a vatlaiy of poiitiow I common4crcwprcss character of Kentucky.
1,1"'fiues iier .D acqulSUloO which planters. May wo not hope that during shall cootist of ihroe bundled shares, *1

; but in jouth there,ai e clrcunwun- ueforo ho could determine on one advnn.age.N. i j the next season hay made from our na of ttn dollars each. Provided, thai the Letter from the Hon. Joscrn M. WDITX to IIto

... era which make it pioductivit uf macb would nhnw, his person to most tie Leirsia will bo found (for sato in Company liall havo power by a. vote of the Editor dated

higher enjoyment that at any otier sea : Y. Cour. I our mmftct.. iwo thirus of all: its members' to increase LONDON AngutSOth, 183;. toJ

Then nrery thing ''IUS tho clurnioftiovelty. I _. -- .. -= be led by the number of shares to five hundred.
- 11"'Y
ion. "LfJi us no longer Dear 5/r-I hate been in Paris for t&e W
Then curiosity Und fancy : AGRICI1LTI1R.&L. that our soil and 3. No shall be appointed a
person
Dud t lha euocoulopioion, month, I am now here for the eonelonoa of tds
ore awake to paring scenes it is !: I climate ire sot adapted to the cultiva- Director iu said Company, that is not a affairs boskets. I shall tail for the 11.Staea 10

then the heart iwclli in the anticipation [From the Carolina Gazette.] I I lion of sach presses as can bo made into' permanent resident of St. Augustine, & in O tober. iuis

of futurn utility and tmmencr of education. Evt'n I MESSRS. EDITORS-! send for insertion good Hit. We havo the Crab and thoCrntvfoot ( a stockholder to the amount of five You win do a service to roar part of the Ter.Fitory .
in the hlghe'r ur.uiriie. in uieful on eitrnct U!
asi
>our .paper aid the Guinea grasses, I shares.
I inducing VLient. Dance, who ia
by
vt
which wo call mere oniplishmtnii: the.,j' from the Southern Agriculiuust of iho i J. w,-II as ita Ryo grass (Etymus Viigini- 4. To manage ihe hfiYir ur tile Company known and much rerpeeted at the Depattatstto II

thrroh otmthing alwayi pleasing :0 present month, giving an account of a und tho Egyptian Miller, as annunls a Board of five Directors shall bo
CUJ) :
j make out and forward an etriaiate for t&t
in acquiring They becdmn eveiy i valuable nativo bftliuved tu bo tho Ga. the stockholders atan election .
'
by
young a g'.ass as perennials appointed ,
; dOt wo rave
of the Fort and Pea Wall that hTnay
if completion :
well educated person-they ;iador.o, I I superior to the Oama'Grati, or any othcr -I ma and Rico adapted both to high I : to.bo held on the first Monday of
and wJialit : grass in with the Report of the Secretary elWar.
!ttiey do not dignify humanity; grass now cultivated in the country. and low grounds, and the latter espej December, in each aad every yoar, from go
more, while die y give an eligani em- I'! I also send specimens of the Hay made dally yielding ft,Hay equal in quality I ten o'clock A M to twelve &1. at such ahould bo glad also!if jron woulj obuki

nlovmonl 10 houis ot leisure, (they af. !;tal the plantation of Mr. GBI.UGC CiusRiu j l!and mo'e abundant iu quantity! tliaa I_ the I place, and under the superintendence of an e.timatoCrom the Quarter Master of the a..
the too finish the road New
San
10 mount'required to to *
lord a meant of contributing > UIIL)!. t most fertile lands. of tbn. Nonh." such .nor,sun as the -Directors of the current -
of domestic lifp. Tiie ----- na, and to repair all the United States M&ary
:'" cent asausemrnis Grats Ltertia Orizoidet.) I year may appoint. I
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,,' -4 pursuits I.f knowledge lead nof only- to .-h U described In Elliott'* Botany vol. Mage 5. Tha voting for Directors shall, In roads in East Florida. For objects; alrealy H
{
much
honor bUlohlll'rioe... 'Length<< : of day. Thi, gr lua bcrn longer 101. all cases, he as follow* : Each stockholder sanctioned by law it is not so difficult.to ettsa *
l'
than
band and in: hr left known by botanists by agricultu* in the BiHt.
are in her right shall for each share bo en itled to appropriations regular
:: tirhcs and hi.nor. Knowledge is the rist, a p.ro"r..1" how much science Is THE'PALM DATE IN GEORGI.Tb..re \ ono\ote, and shall havo the right of voting I shall be at my post In due lime to atteaj to I r'n
.t obscure to cs- ; aided by Ibo practical experiments of Room i
tailing tho mo is in our News public duties
moMiw at pirspm the said being a my
bypioxy, -proxy
introduction of
For the
farmer
the
term and attention. The great oed ofknowledge a gioat .curiosity being no leu than a stockholder.' I am, very sincerely I t;
this notice wo aro indebted j jto .
into
tho cause oThu- gias* in
raited
is to servs branch fiom II ,Datt tree, 6. Directors stall, before enter and respectfully, yosrf
and truth. Who is there, then Mr. Richard Sondley, an Intelligent i whlcli is clustered with the lakn JOS. 31. WHITE. I
roani'y GeoigM, ihe duties of iliuir office,
merchant of Columbia;(S. C.) who is !: [ ing upon
iaboi to arqui.e that knowledge l.Vo indcbtrd for ii toJutiN W KMVM* f
Lhlll will not golden (!iI uro the following o.ith or iiffi.ination, ( .* the
essential. benefit also an industiiou find practical far | The Savannah Gco'rian.oCthe Kd last
which will be ot' Estt. of Kt. Simnns ttyrNight I
COUFER, af
be) I A. B, do ..eal, or
Finding. it giowing luzuri* i iantly case may last the ,, of te
Iwntcll or others mer. very loa thU zhl l in en before before / "/ I
cither"to whu is distinguished fi in, that I will to the best of niy ability -
his low crounds and that his I
on naturwlizo exotic fruits in season occurred. For two days past the weaker I
Cv.ttuacr.-A little gulsomh horses and stock were fond of it, he directed deavoring its stork perform iho duties rf a Durcior of has been drlightf'l1t-the atfflosffeere ..1M r, I
A Scotth this fim.! .ie. A gUnce tit I III.Q St. Augititmc \ C<>tnpan>,
auld lately called his attention to tho curing of h the I'rl- anJ bracing. The Chokra. Hhkh has
,even y ws would sttffico to iinw its kin in : wHcli cruh khall: ho adnnniitcri'd by or.oof dry
with somewhat extensive into liqy which-lic sent to tlir Columbia the! n.ituta'' ; been devohtm the Kiv *r Jts.nt.tivrt hit. bet n
," on a ftulionor a rnetto, they.. (both belong iho JirecUf:* of thtpicctdinj Codia, ;
commission. ..! wnt a bawbee (lulf mal kt'l. An iutcrestieg urtK'e on order Pat subsided! so !long a time,that all fears of tu rf'.ppe'1rance >
wlicilier he Lo rc-elecitid or nut, or by
,t penny) sheet of p'ptr.tI "VI'" weH" Ibis subjeci by Mr. Hfibemonr ol ,fpe ,ijouihornAgiiiult'jiijt is found I Iu the': SffC'Tncn" ; Lelotc us, 't'.to fruit A Jit4ti! .,oof the react* ; and o$ soon oMS .. i I are pacing ausy. Th-s h ai'u of
in
tho number
.mid.he shopman, line 11 is. January in clitsIPIS challenge comparitoa waii that tr
lassie, of a rirli *;" ultncolor! is pendant cju.il.fioJ. :lic buarJ of otwly electedDucctois << t our city may
II And wy mither will be oblceged Ict ofthopifni yrur, since [ of fdttf tu Hp.M! at ilio exit"in'.tu'Sot slull cuter upon ,lit: duties olUifx ,. any other iu the Umon. InJeeU! tkcra !1.*t bfcu

.you if ''au'" ink' the trouble to, m-nd that time we have had iho pleasuto of a sitndi'i I'tim, about it foot und n h.ilt .flic. IWJ l all wiiliin a couvcni : peuIiaf'CAU t0r vthjnkrbtrs. OB tbe part cf
M.. tho i :, > ..
with : .
"Oh rl ft conveiSiilion Sondiey on ., ....
su' greatdeal .1. .P..w..w.
tins: pen. ) jj' long which radiate fiom |ho very l'1- Proiidcntami our eihlczu.'''al.tll UQIa
rni i> procrtd to oppninl a
.,nd HK j
I of plensure.1'. "An, if yr would sulijoci uf this prni alilmugh wo i ir mta of iho branch of iho tree. Tlirt Ticaiuier from thtir own body. at their very door, it wu nKicifolIy: :trIa.td a

lust favour liar w.* a weo stolm (small h.'Vu mislaid the no'It 'ak.M. on tliat ocr j jI siom: is free of fruit for full. foot: it, To fill .ill that hap its progrc ,and that ahheugk Cb iri has existcJ -
) of ink she'll no' forget it toyou. kiuQ, ana ale o1>lg..d: totiu quantity." "There mi bonny bairn; there ii yi-iffiro b.lic'vtfto 81ft conrct in Iik, the fruit,is of Q &golden: color. Iho pen in 'he Buard, it hall bo ilio duty ofiho !} in the limits of the city, tlx tretisas atwi"oeeafcw
.. whole nuiiiler of(late' on this branch a* least ten "Mays and uolated.Cousin's .,
!J is." "Thank you', Sir ; but would yo I I staling, iho rovull of Mr Soudley't f x- directors to giveot
The fruit is
just be eood enough to lend me a w
',. far r "Ob, iy; there." "Eh thut's a, from littlo. more lhui five aci-, old in yet ripe. Inside ii is firm and flethy surer, of the lime and place at which printed in New Yor';',aa4 .. Ji at the fsuH

I black anr, and thai** no lurky. It maunbo the Columbia maiket loi $UUO. This f I with a sub acid, but nol diiogiceable such election is to bo held, and under bry low price of 6 ec&U each.

., ," true blue, for the lettur is to an ailJfiiend. llieit, is a pi-fit greater thai, our bejl taste.j
.. ." She was furnished with one ol r Rico or Sea Island Cuttoti laud cjn, on-j The Fafmetlo ilrorishos'in great v'j.got they shall appoint. LATE FROM THE NORTH.
\ left tho be nude With on ourveacoHst, und we see Do rrai 8. The Bo.rd of Directors appointed I
the required color, and slioa I an uveiugr, to pioduro. Tho Steam Packet Virginia, Cal'"
assuring the man that her mother, would tegard to UIH. goudnnis of lli*< iy made i son why .lie D.IB Palm could not be at thejfrjf meeting of the stockholders ROLLIICS arrived It this port on Sator

always deal with !trim. from thoLccrsia, Sotitiley! mentioo- I naturalize in the same climate. Mr and theii successors in office, shall have last, from Noifolk, whence, she
day
ed thai he kepi 0:1: sain, nt his stoio in Cnuper bEf, wo understand, upwards r full power to make all bye laws, rules, last.

Making a Butt of Oaet Self.-I* l Columbia Hay nrtdu on his plantation, .fifty Date !reel on his plantation wheui I and orders for the gove; ,nmcnt and disposition suited Our on usual Th.u.day.fternOOD files of northern papers

It,?. -I' i wfty| tht yeain is it fiom ihi grans as alto the northern hay i hu hat: all) ,ucct'eJed in raising a' large:I. of the funds,;or any psrt there did not coaie to hand,.but' we have been
in utid that tho who mndo j oumborof 0/t trrcs.Tho of which now are or' hereatier may be,
cumluto.1' th.it a M Vnti Horn drank in]I bales o onco I in ot loose Norfolk papeis -
.. of tho former it Ibo ; in ic uis ere highly flattering tc in tho hands of the..; Treasurer of ihoCompany. put possession
nil 35.C08 t-otli s or 59; |>tpesof, "PC]11 I use preferred to I I to Thursday inclusive, a B.lmncre
thai. Ml V,| 1 Utter, at the and that his his nonorpicnco and industry anc Thoy shall ba.powor. to .
I hut. >I., It dors,. tint appear. same puce, -'- American of Tuesday and the Pb k
.
fo.'id 'th, rrgimt-n 'favorable- tolongpvity Northern ilay remained on baud until ,should endturago; other gnntlemen topioteeoto [Ins the compensation of the Treasurer, 01 Wednesday.We .

; inJecd it ii raoie ihtio prpbabli* that all iho oilier had been old. Ii affords j jus tlie same expeeimenf.-Sao.1. who shall bo the only persao of the delphi'l find Inpircr later foreign intelligence
no
it cut him off beftire he lived half: great pleasure to State that tho Leersla Georgian.ST. 1 1I 'I 1 Board to whom compensation shall be Intheso and very little lout

It is incredible what pleasure giows very abundantly id our low I -- : now or hereafter allowed ; and to con papers In,reference it iho Elections.

any individual cau feH from such nbun- grounds in'Sxutli Carolina and Georgia AUGUSTINE, Oct. 20, 1834. sldcralion of said compensation, it shall news, except

dant potations, in the course of which and is .found fluurishing very luxuriantly I At a Public Meeting of tho Citizens be the duty of said treasurer to act as -In.the City of,Philadelphia .it is. stated

ho reteiablcsa cellnr more than: a man on our traboatd dud wiih'm afew held at the Court House in this City on Secretary of the Board and Ir.bo Com that the wholo Whig ticket his --

Joi tlieie ore many cdlais thai( never miles of out city. We have .specimens tbo afternoon of this day in order to adopt pony. ceeded by a majority II' 1800 vote

contaiaed vhattrm ill"U'I stomach must in our heibarium, collected several tnttsutrs for iho erection of a 9. The Directors shall have power to I The dreadful accoaatpfthc

ha\
wine.JIow. e..n. but not being acquanited. with its ANDRew ANDIBOIN was cnjled\ to the dismiss any agenfor agents* and all such Tuesday night, afier
on
value to agriculturists, we did not then I,Chair, and IUDWAHO: G. GOULD appoin persons as the iutoiest of ihe Company I closed several penofls
tho had
I ,
t J gtt a tight ring ofafnger.Thrtsid notice the abundance of its .ted'Secrl'tlry. may require, fix their salaries declare. polls shot 18 it irstated-aod it v.JfcaieU
were ,
n ncedlo flat in the lIe with have however observed it g.o"lb.Vo'l The object of ihis D.eeting'al explained dividends among the stockholders and that than one life was losu
more
a .trong thread: pats thi* needle with this umtver, and have ((' by Mr. Cho rman. manage generally tbo affairs of the Com One! the ground, reported tbat

"'.' earn under the ring and pull ttie: :thread ed i in several localities, particularly on 1- Mr. P.;D. DUMAS tlTrrtd (ho following pany. he peisoo fireman on carried off 'aj.paientiy

few Inches the end the plantation' of George Chholni end Preamble and Resolutions: to tho ro a
through 4i wrap long 10. No money -shall bo drawn from dead and Dumber of others sayeieijinjureJ.

.of the thread tightly,' round the:finger, Nathauie! Unyw.ud. Eiqs.t six and seven meeting, which. tvcrc unanimously: adopted the Treasury of the Company, unless a The Inytlrer states that }

rt-eulaily, to the oaiU to.reduce ill aize. miles from the ciiv, and cannot withhold .: the account thereof shall havo been approved ascertain the O.ICI*<<

Then lay hold of the short end of the, expressing our saoguino opinion, WUEBEAS, we believe that tho present by the Directors, or a majority was impossible to aro su rOletradiclory''oei&tler

,h., Itd and unwind it. The thread pressing that this grass is calculated to be of very faciliUrs of landing and shipping of them lefore payment.- of the affray, as the accounts that pare,)

Bgnloftttho ting will gradually rOe great importance' 10 our Southern goods, &r. -inadequate to move it from the fioger. This never, Agriculture. The seeds from the Rica wants of the community andfcaiicgas shall be "will wo attempt to cast
permitted to vote coo j
filmg method will remove the tightest grass are very abundant, and tnny wo a consequence that our litilo trade I tract-in which he upon be concerned any either party. burnt to the
ring without difficulty however swollen think bo easily collected and when will be very much injuiod, unless we I may Several nooses ,,crt abnat .
with the Company 'or-tn matter in
the finger may: bc.-Lvcrpool Tiwtt. I I once intioduccd Into our low grounds, use omo exei lions to provide! ror amore I relation ,theieto or,be an any Inspector ofany Ground, the fuinituro teaiieiw the i -
[ would outgrow oil other grasses and safe ana commodious place,- the streets, and brokenupaad their
work dona under in fur
Something Strious.-\Vn have: alet-I I.wetds, awf require but little cultivation. Therefore any contract mates compelled to oicapo
c-
which ha !have been concerned. il
may. .. ,
tor from .Washington, dated on Tuesday | This..gmss is believed to be .perennial Resolved, That as Citizens, wishing - -- lives. Theio scenes took place

which iaforei) u. that there was Co : and like the northern Timothy, when the wolfiiro of Si, Augustine, we will, asa '12. The'Dircctors: by 'giving ar. (oast diately in the'vicinity of M."va ensiog

SRMll stir about W.shit :ton tho prece once introduced kilo a meadow will body, lay asido ..ll personal considerations I Ten days notice, signed by tho Pre i- .Commissioners Hail where theelcetioaTTSS

ding ay, caused by some abounding continue to flourish for pianv )'ea". Wo and will cordially unite, to coon dent or Treasurer, may at any tlmrcall held, and it was estimated that si

developemeots, which were made at the '. question whether the Rice' r'lI would .teaanco tho proposed plsn of rOt mine a for oDe dollar and not more, upon baeb one time there were five thousandpersons

War Officr. Our correspuodent did' Jo well on high ground, bUlla all moist compaDJIGbuild a wharf. n Ibo waters and every share, and If the said sum bo assembled in immediate ft-

.not learo the particulars accurately,1"Ba 'lands and even in lands partially cover of this,City.Rtt not paid at tho tirao appointed, tho CJDI'Y.

there is," says bn ".o doubt that I I&ma led with fresh.waterit grows luxuriantly, filitd\ That wo recommend to Stockholder, failing to pay the samp, hall APostcript ol ihe llJilirtr,. datedpast

niJUcntrBud Ills beoo practiced and certainly Is an infinitely more pro the City. Authorities, to grant on the forfeit each and everyshare, on which i 3, A. M. says thai I'lya Tim

upoa th.* Oovpromenttby a highly ofij.clal !i ductivecrop than nor them Timothy or .most Ityetal terms, to the Company that' iho samo shall not hate bfon paid, and STOUT BRICK BUILDINGS HAD Btf N1CKJCTTO

drgaltar v 01! Vermont The tep'oll''' Herd's.Grass. Thousands of acres too may be formed, the right of building*& tho money heretofore paid upon tho TUB OBOUMD. There were at ,ldl

is received that bo has received the pay ';.wet/or cotton and not adipttd to tho extending a wharf, subject Iiowevei; to same to the use of tbo Company. time about 2000 persons assembled, DoC.

for eighty three jecolutlonary pcmlontrtaetoyatiHf 'culture of rice, that are now wholly unproductive proper rrgulatioLi.Afier'ilio 19. ThaStockholders shall havo engaged in any scenes of riot, but lee..

to two or thiee hundred might bo cultivated with ; adoption of the resolutions, by a vote of two thirds of all shares to I ed raiher to be spectators of too ta

thn fafid 9eiftrs! and it tums out that I i this grass, and yHd a bandsoma profit Mr DUMAS read to thd meeting a ..state amend these rules and regulation, at a* that had beqn comDlated. Tho tfijT-"-

the R.aa are ficiitiour.-theio beint: to the planter. Facilities will be easily. Dent, which bo obtained from tho Cus- ay regular meeting cf Company. ihorlties were on dai? aad was ie hop.Jtbe

no web >.oin Vermo"k The official nflforded by.our navigable streams 'and 'iom.Houteljj( City, of tho imports'I 14. Voting" for amendments, of these disturbances wotild cease"

.,enL1 "1Iu beta io.WoihiAgtoo, and..i Rail Roads to transport this somewhat,, and iports or ,tie City of St. Augus* '. rujes' .end regulations! shsll bo governed Oo Tueidaj'the weathw. rat



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pb1aae1pM; ; .$$3j tbeCIfP d popular avmi09r iunded So tho'be- to establish his claimi; To tho U .

._.JI alKelCtJ tC with lIeh .dese net that the BUiuhnacnt was ebl\1x-1.. time, all his resourcea have t.ile4'at'ic1 mean PORT: OP B:r.--A UGUS 1-L.--- 'Mq.r in4Ueimta.7 ii. City a) S .
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!jvgsid. and aged ions to those Imputations of cruehyvico to such destitution has ho been reduced'that -- -.- --- .TINE.J. fohiawing 4usafis! ,It Couiscil Aas to ordertiCeamunicetii I.

ofroIkiht lI1.1aY ,tancci provc-n and corruption, to generally credited of for ail night he has been obliged'iovvander AIUU'ED. (> the Inlalitonttttftki**City I'I-IUIe. .

.erSHel.C'theit right of sufMuibcrrj similar eitablisbmouts ,in other couo : about the streets, for want of Sch A.cne.. Swuey- New York, 10 days. The prevalence of Asiatic Cholera and YelI !.

frt fJuc" 10.1 Norah ; tries. This aversion had been height : the means to procure a ,bed ; and vis vero Lumber&e. To A. Anderson a O.JZ and 1 I low(ever in feveral of the neighboring States I

ic'. .ho c-ate. cotsfu.uiksJI encd in the mindi of many, by rcprtsentoiioos -I I led to this offico almost raiihod for lie muter. Passengers,Mia F.Smith, Miss has excited deep interest sad BO ,iacoasHmbht'alarm
tI rll'
,Ie 'l( ude inju.iuus to the moral reputation want of food. Tho 8. ., Mrs. Carroll Mrs. Drury, 1\1,., ,in this tit,.
and iIIe ptfltfl tlae croWd of the members of the Convent at. !I applicant only par ,tNewtODlfi-ewaode Messrs. P. Loomis, S J I! Between St. Augustine some of the in. .
:th' AttM' 'f liahly "lied the above circuanttlneC\ footed places there is frequent intercourse. A4.
.'t the y"tel were 'r buti g to them impurity of conduct Mr. Dyer ho it la from these unless
sbtre I I as was Slopped by a gen.slomanwho "r.- r '. core be raen,
111i.def .heh and excessive cruvliiel in their that the introduction
disease
the ilk eJr howing tre.tI did not think it was a matter CLASSICAL may be expected. .
c-' II their backs, or their ment of each other and .the pupils. Tho I which SCHOOL. Upon this emergency, the Mayor and Alder.
1.r. r,I I i, properly canto within the cogol SUBSCRIBER mcaiber men acting as a Board of Health have esdeav.
ibe committee find, ufier a careful invo.ti- of i TilE recently a
.zanco
I a police magistrate. Tho the fired and will
Junior continue
cIf epplicant 1 I Class Hamilton to discharge their trust.,
dd Stales Ga.r. gal on. that thcio is no ground of reproach New College for
fhIMt1pbt.a I ; said ho should bo compelled to York,will open a CLASSICAL SCHOOL IH the safely of the Cit.lccordiri"tothe best
Y flflfflIfl1WlIh which whatever against she sisters: of,: ask a little temporary atsutanco (ions 'I this Cityon Monday tho 10th November,next, judgment.
. f1DIW4IdRtI4 she Convent or connectedwith or as soon after as a suitabkrooni II'I They are not ignorant that some respectable
fitoted by at fri-nd, 'M'Si any potions i the| Parish as ho was whoVy dell lulo.I,, can bo l'rocur-
medical and
_file Cdandfittcdup. other intelligent turn assert that
..ful i- its establishments Of 40
at ninit in.d1I pupils, T o Applicant left the I i'
JfCf'I LII ttltt'l.ll oflce, with the'jJSV his *j00'1' student, desired by parent- !Quarantine Regulations,and all restraints upon
I'Jlubued 10 Noyamen.MtI.II not moro than 10 wei catholics, nor intention of be fitted for intercourse (or tIm of d
-I fttn coming agaii on a future admission in adva. co 2 it n-i-o prevention disease are
t"'eltl.f I'elsons.b' e been has there been un instance whore a child two years into any of the colleges o'lw.tu- fruitlcM' ami ineffective. But yielding more re- -

$ I 0110 as Llltrdund $placed in tho Institution 'for the par IdlY. I I land or Now York. The classics will bn .bn.r. sped to mulmpied! facts and the experience of
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0eJ tj teen iuni'05Y dc pofcs education, has, been converted I Cholera. I sued in connexion with the higher branches of I.I past limes than to a doubtful theory,whose practical .
| We
hi'e | regiet leant from a : effect,wouM be the!
Iteftt. English. And at the of : neglect oferery precaa-
,a$ (, 'I" 'I I 1" Sllock1ng |)8rlU \:- fioin any other to: thIn Catholic faith,'or J letter rootved in this cia! on yesterday .English course will bo adopted request exclusively.parents an.. I!I tion against the introduction pestUenco from
7jd
I' Jdul .:euo iro roust induced 10 bccu'no member: of the I that this dreadful malady broke out in :The subscriber trusts that any deficiencies arising abroad, they trivet directed tho quarantine of all

,Ijer&lief.ITcIage I Conimunit)*. I the town of WH.hiiigioniiithiiStalo'. (rom his inexperience will be abundant I j 1 vessel,and iho oipirary exclusion from the
"p S'hig maJorat) is itoUtee Tho report recapitulates tho disgust. I on the 9th instant and i.ly supplied by the prrxcnco und counsel of his : City of persona domIng from iafrcted places.
| on tho 12 h, the These hive th!
been
tin .:fatbet who has l'a8J6cd of his in the mc Mur4s adopted by "
in of many
? attack the Convent years
SCOReS
? on :; date of tbe leUe, was tagtng with eonlii I successful inMrucium of the The con I Council,nol''l),in compliance with the wishes
: C'T. tJt"JI1in he C..m- :.,.1 l men.ion'lbat after ihf mub $had set i I derable viotmice. Some flf lit most 'tinuanco of this iintion; will younjj.depend materially I I of tlie Citiirn,generally, but because they wera

giinefor 'ha$ VttUJWrtr. BUlc" 'ftio to tho Convent, die BislKipN) lodgo | respectable ciiiiens had been attacked on the patronage with which it may be favored believed to be nutcmry, and combined with o-
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mid &tio farm house by the citizen 018t. thor arrangement fiithfolly carried into execn
formerly occupied Augustine during
." ono 01 two nf whom
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were, in thc short
lion
might the and its inhabitants
secure City
.-A l If""tcr f.ouit by the sislorhood, they burst open the of 5 6 the-ensuing six months.
l' or hours hurried ( the
tk Stlfl "spaco into tor Terms may be known on application to liimat rom introduction or continuance among them
..Ite tl' rtIl.ltfltII' .tflt* I.Itt t 0ourteen ubIII tomb of Uio establishment, to/o thapldtvs I mity. We Await further puttieutars with '. tho boarding home of Mrs. Whitchurat. of any malignant :disease. The ordinances directing f
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io"M\\ h..o I In .wI'' JISCV. finn the coflius, and exposed to I luinful, onxiaty.-Kaleigh Star. .. T4IOMAS P. ADAMS.Oct. theoo tncamirc* h"., bcn ntwl will from
i'd' OitI4(JII1 Ur, .dm I ,.ngdiigIi' v1jtv the mouldering remains their to* 23, 1831. 33-if. time to tim,La published fur t't. infomuiioi of
I.' all interested. And intended for the
being
rPJI' protection
....I..h..or( ltd: nmt; Now is it the least humiliating The Comet.-H alley's comet, which, Election for 8hcr4If. ot the city, and in that view important

I.rou. ,1aefrcseuIC' $5 1.1ag nolino1 ffatiiie, aMY tin Committee, "in this w h.vo all been looking ut uoi}gnt talatary the Council r.o\v give public assurance .

'I'r (', ..A.l o mulliCftt S audacious violation of nil that ought to : she foot of the sign TAurus (tho bull) PURSUANT to the powers vested in mo that on their pin they tri'l s'rive to enforce
fficieul lu.l.l imcrcd and dear notice is hertby given, them with the strictest impartiality against itny
lwIliCIa i. fi&g tit it it
was
tf tuins be bull
Ca.4 per- out to
4 4tontbe
sure en.ugh-II second
." .w.1 I Monday of November nt-xt,j and every offcmlor. And they confidently ex-
et4utIle1m nsul iSUY t.uiitien.444tbi1 .- 1)11 Uit'd in the presence of men vetted docs not mako its uppearAiice till next i I,ai the County Court rpoiu, intlic City of St. A*"! prct the aid of all good citizens in carrying Laws

jBfoImitI.fl !II uII Uc of I uitii Authority, ul! multitudes, of our'fel!. year, Evory body was auto that the fiistine, an election will be held for a Sheriff for into effect the strict observance of which, with

. *Id there Ii :: lie d.&lbt, !! will bo t.f low tiiiz'n .tvhilo not one arm was lifted jexcenive hot_ weather. this fall was ow- I,I tie County'or St. Jolm, to supply the vacancy tho blessing of Htlvtn, may avert (ron them
6 to that district of h imlpfeticc of helpless' w'm.-n' and children .I occasioned by the resignation of JOSOVA JovIta 1 .n..tbeir..thc v efiil*>nce,which! even now is eocitamitou
,c-.t.Jf Lfn' I ting to the Comot. but now it must be o E q.Joux *anti ili-vol tin, in other places.
_1.I&"I '" as it docs un itnlMtiit I or vindication of the violated laws vidently Winjr 10 ih t lateness of thePtopht i M. FOSTAWC RAMON SABATT. an-1 :%Ii- Hut whilo kirivin :3 guard tilt city against evils .

"'q4OrttIY ,! Imidi admit i of God und man." (,ssls Prets.DIED.. fUAiL USIXA are appointed in! 'pctorn. 'l'tiopolls from a"roa I I. the? juncil cannot be too earnrf .

I4.P'.d'IU ke euliU.o' .f ration and! Tho committee do not iccnmmo ,d i will be opened at 9 oiclock A M and coao i in their aiimonitbnt! to their it-Hour cil J.:1..

I k. The M.4kin l Sningi| this that funds shnllac raised by puv-ittt$ _. J= L ____ __- at5 o'clock P M. The Sheriff will atteu.i ucd or to-)vigilant their own ixrruorn ti rTxl
provide the nccrasary conveniencic from the Cily i' tlr *iU those domcti cam s,
lr' alp IIt fittw!g lo IUra.CI I "klic at. suLaca i.-'ion, but proposed referitig thobn I I I Given under my hand at the City of S:. AtI nhich ltnottto source' of pccific: ,1i'e.lp, give

NA, Tif t; -ei "hicb lure been ,inos to thr' Legislatutc of Massachusetts In Washington, D. C. on the third of tlii I gatine, tho 28th day of October 1831. to i: when introduced, an irtf n.ity nf tjpo, ond # .

tt'd ity ,it.se (''ftliO waters in in thn liopo tint tho sun; pugo of'I I month, MABCARCTTA E. Lt:oz, -of that ., ELIAS 1). GOULD } malignity: character i.nyn! | 'f.Iii! ,:. It nl.oul

- $ .4k\tlh1.; rtaunathni and othnroi Iiutory which) records the disgrace of place in the aUt)&ur.of ngcof pulmoiury con Judge County Court be known ani rt:1emkrtd by all at the 'revent

M iliff belief of the Sintfvill bear testimony to slit.pr.inpt'stnd plaint. '-101ft' Counnfy.HCEaiij. i| time that whcio a pure, dry atniotphcrt i :\"&"
oi iUsrger .
-- {there the cholera, if it appear at ul?, is t>f.< mId!
ty '.4ttf'e Mt ejat;,. TIo springs I'I'I with which tim "g'ivcru- 'MS\vcct If armonut; and beautiful. iwccr, Ir2f and manageable, character. Hut where the air
ktiuwu the And young a* beautiful; and loft a. YOWl, .
I t.j be m't'C e biMuily ud a went reidercdjustco to injuied. is charged with exhalations from putr.lcrlni.
And soft and innocent
.' ubbv piviwg 4 .iai.iment of their The following is the concluding paru- And gay happy as(if aught; happy here an)gay as ,good .S>T. AUGUSTWE, B. F. mal vegetable! substances, and wh r>: cu.' J-
erable variations of there
l ifl-C'' 4 fotr as exponent" graph cifthisrxcnlhiut) For fortune lUnd bud built her temperature occur
fir
f>:* <* 'par&- I nvst on high &CVI3GSTOX re- disease is experienced in its fonn.
"'H;', oaU confer % favor on **If rnjjaid is to bn luau the religious I Like birds quite cxcjuUitc,of note and pluinfTrannfixed WILLIAM > his friends and the .> From these considerotionn! gravest the Council would

JlCIa.o itle ling ',iog (III in Iwl.| .. or ,..hiuuinl tendency olin ini'iiuliou.in' ; ,I by fate who lone a IoU)mark. public in general), that: ho has taken this WELL recommend to aU householders the immediate

"CI'1N.udp adcl who ruii lii bp I r- deto mining whether it bn entitled toiro' I Though unused to the pinning ofobituary no | KNOWN AND LONG ESTAflLI4hIEDI removal iron their premises of any materiel of
.r lio l hh It bo hard't i. ticea and dcfpi.ing most heartily that rso ofttn HOTEL, and luting been I the character abuvc described-and the free
10lhe ction redress
Wit Mffiingi by uvvttkiie $ or might praticed) indiscriminate eulogy of the dead lot ptnJc in putting it in repairs is now ready! and'II I use ofluie: in white washing their houscf and
> at thee Fuuirair- ,. fi"d tiiio ,against which the populnr; the gratification of the vanity of the Uvu>gwhicb,I will be happy to uccomdate those who may i in fprinklhig their sinks ard privicn.I .

%{,JlnI .i taw)' two fjlled'in the 6.'f.'I.litaflu cry nf Kiiperstitiun, or hrreny or corruption I confound the worthy and the estimable with tile vet him with their pntronge.floodSTAhJLESand \ (3.1 I 1'colt \1- water,whether collected from the

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ClIf l .ia', uhich morn than I wtM .. *>uc'.i: cnn-idtMat'onx, i it the direct substi edge of the late Miss Lenox induces me to paj I are attached to tho premises.Tho uioit delay. Stagnant water is arroWie
this last melancholy! tribute to her unqucttuwa- Charleston Courier and the Federal Unfcn source or tliiet tf.I .
.. ago, were lie I mjj mid fi' it. :.jiionef puhr will passion in place 4;Lie worth,talent and accompushment.Mus of MfllcdgcviUe! ,will plcaec irsert the ,bove Pdaon..tdf\3.nI and temperance in drink, .

tl/lircb ortlH' '1IIN"i..n IIf (,ul.1t1t .- of |iiblir liw Ind j'ssiicts. Atid 1f ibis Lenox was a native cu'the metropolis of three times a week for one month, and forward :! diet and exercise may not be neglected with impunitr. -

1 Siio. E.u: ,i"1b :' .'I'Sta.'i-j rucl and unprovnkfd injury,, perpelnHI our country. She wns there given every ad- I their accounts to this office. :: The free csv ardent b-piri.s rtpeci- '

o!jJ dl. fcr airs IlttSI "J' iiigsV in thfliiHit oi'thf 'mmonwiolth, TaflthlO of education l'y judicious afTcc'.JonaH; I i Oct. 22diOi 31-4w ally, his in all countries p.edi..pu.etl to Cholera: '
'and l liberal and notwithstanding ut 80 And it is a fact not to bo controverted that the
v rm-mwuy Ci'QCfuU'd! t OUt WUl'i' be permitted to pass ,jninrp-iifo, our parents ; I.
fatal (a ltAUII'l'J intemperate have everyhere been its first anti I
attacked tho disease
early she was by ,
ago I
ud until their licn ho-istod toleration -nti hue of uider)
tit sect tit I surest victim
by which she she profited highly by I
1.liflMly krowisd 01 sIam ,h"1 our v"...ii-d ltJ.JiL'itct-. l Uw, And ournvtrnutitMii tho opportunities perished afforded her. She was a good I JaIICDANTTI.II.O., ST. AVGUSTI5I. II I The Council will not dUmiss this ubjectwith- -

It.i4tIe1IT'J' ( oil ih) *' fihulnu* prtilT'r ofau, asylum to musician on the piano, could read and converse FOR SALE AT 1113 STORE (re out urging upon the owners, and others having

iii (Hflwuclrmlirorrriu .-moi.g the illpfrvccutcd nl 1 'ull\\ sect! ond u.'ion, with case in the French language, and was possessed HAS opened an assortment of goods charge or SUves, whether kc tin the City or .
which he will I beyond its limits the special importa.ce'lhite
of various and general information.In SUPERIOR QUALITY
tMier&sioJItfJIsicrutb c utu y.firm may we ll tf uccouuted, vain glorious conversation very *h. was msiructive, vivacious sell at a small advance above the New York i fears are entertained 01"the approach of cholcro,
I ptcientiitns. ,. or yet moro wretched byHtmarlalle and agreeable. Superadded to these, she possessed 'prices-1 will! keep on hand HATS, BOOTS I subjecting them to the most watchful 'e.art'.
'It Ploric1ian.o .stile,sy.'" : very superior personal attractions which SHOES and GENTLEIAN'SVEARING .. In every instance they should bi constrained if
LONDON, Augu 22. 1834. remained in a very great degree to the last in APPAREL and various other articles in the possible to the observance of cleanliness, order
Sir Fortufte.-A defiance of the ravages of disease I so much so, clothing line, for WINTER and sex ME* dress.Kr and sobriety. Among this population the pestilence .
( ,-I ii vc inati" \11'1 lipci'I Ret trie /
j
has often brought to ray mud Gentlemen's clothing made to order, and has often made its first appearance, and
) ow' k >i !"u d'\,, mit.! b.iVit; availiimmint : ,;ihi -Idnrly| mm, with evident appeal that melancholy her presence.recollection of tho many colored In the mOltf lAiona61. manner, and warranted generally with fatal and destructive power. ,

'I .rlf .r .'CIY I'ilure to ,nice of II tying *':en better days pres a leaves of autumnal scenery,which Eke her were. to FIT. Owners and holders of slaver,are also notified .

....G 'I''tn.,. lo .t.bMi; a iited bim elt' before the mtfgtitiaies at beautiful even in the hour of decay. i Oct. 23, .1I-1f. that the ordinance prohibiting slaves, except _
.qWt'. LOMeI..n .-ftuo relate The qualities of her heart equalled her otter with written permissions from appearing abro&I
Wtt'n and to a
L.vrrjinolon Mailborough sheet
,
in the after tho hour of
and affectionate and wsvl I Ac.Ifl bight season ten will for
,'f O.:' |- I I in Hut nit. cS'll'ciitlh| taU of abject uestiluiion, and to solicit endowments. Kind her hers was tho vi1 ItJHBEB, FLOUR. 1 the remainder of the year be rigidly enforced..
'tnSt. 11 I". ; aid Tiio nine to all who were near ; tfl Atffe A feet WHITE PINE Free colored and free blacks fall
Le. \i J. ) : Kom0 triflinit temporary succour. I soul philanthropy. Hers too was the very assorted. !, persons withki .-
ry ,JL JL V FV LUMBER )
",'c..lt. has the ( the provisions of the same law: and its observance
Ac'it'% will iimiiediHlHiyi story of this individual more soul of charity. Not only that which for (rOD A few barrals of SUPERFINE FLOUR
I'i'M .1, "illl character of ilmn hi of "ihinkcth evil"others ;-But that being necessary to the orderly govern-
i itutrurtiott- rcpoit romance a toy sneaking '''APPLES and POTATOES, sale by I
went of the City, and in that view to the -
NtLrnI.utj..c' 't and iUu| <%H.'d with inn.tia4t. real life, dud tht wholo' circum.tanco also,.which (devoid of the ostentation its of cither to' J. BALDWIN at this office. health,all whoviolate it must be preer.yation subjected

milkp iih'KiirM mi ration, would) bo uitnily incredible, did ml the secrecy or publicity and) unsparingly prompted to possessor the poor & .-- ,without discrimination its penalties 5

"j"bill it-no bn demon* .'fa'r-d. ri
**.*!pUmcis m Florida lumo 20 per 1 individuals o' character atul station, 'i where she resided the first 5 months ot 1833,I jUIERICAN l1IAGA.ZIKE. course of the ensuing wcel, every house and lit
pit upt11lhri, I attention. It is the amiable family with whom ahe boarded and InteretingKaowledge in the City, will be subjected to f vuit of uuper-
Ceitouvby the prece'itsndciicuitous which entitlo to some that Of Useful tion from some member of the Council, in obedience .
.&ilural believe that shin have known of her foregoing things migatjbe I bt illuttrqttd by numerous Engraving
tMito ih tnnij c.: almost impossible to useful berselffor the sake of;giving mom to to an existing ordinance,and ii is hoped ihit
"ww&flVHWtaurfviircul-iiiont nnd ragged object, with the appearance ol largely to to the poor and the destitute land wbeta *. lath a state of Police will be presented, M to

fa IV. h. u*e ..f| F, \V. Smith & poverty abuUthim could.."cording to his I er here or at rer home in Washington her inn1 BY TIIE this save tho necessity of further proceedings under

s.ttIl pr .u.M) ftinbluli i line 01 statement, at one timu Uavo been at she I'1 I nificence (like that of Providence) woe doing BOSTON Jill WJCJ( COMPANY. And b w.the Council, in conclusion, feel warranted -
f'IIfIs 19 St. )Jarkl estabii.hminT rivalling the good unperceived by human beings, saveonlyi
iiiI P.'ustfol, sndbl4fLtlnd head of an s discovered by the in expressing the belief that by a faithful
i would bo sometimes ;, attended the
hllf8 which.has publi
that
lut tfee lintiif of Asiatic Prrnco, and success conformity to the laws ordained to the
nf Tlmmas appointment an r, watchful and observing eye of friendship and, THE of the Magazines from the En prevent
r. bit .Iready made in tho possession of vrci.lth exceeding i iI introduction disease from abroad, and to secure
&ira < montsto for
tg admiration. gUsh Press has led to preparations issuing a .
tttad ." ,(1. AppaUchicola.aefiJesvorii that of any known BlUish lubj CI. He Possessed of all the advantages I hayo'en- periodical more particularly adapted to the wants exercise a thorough police and at home prescribed,and by a general tho

1.' alto to |,irm mm- is at present engaged in attempting$ to I umeratcd only in nil but in affluent and clrcura-admiration .'and taete of the American public-while it will blessing of health proper so constantly distinguishingthis care

&*N1i5 the SOL' : fFiRiicpund Iu' piorure tho restitution of a sum ol mo- stances the esteem be.tIe object of tho proprietors to toake thr-work City.but never moro signally thAn at the
yt'r her and surrounded
all who approached what its title indicates, it will ncveiAe-
: <'ac* 111f' C".IUI It of t.io vino 'r d n-y, very little short of five millions 6y relations themselves, highly gifted less strictly contain all articles interest to its patrons present time, and during tho past summer may

Ift jllo; Hotida, and .hi. gtowth and noiling of which ho states tie has been intelligent and agreeable,and to her most tievotedly which appear in Foreign Magazines. here be preferred tnJ continued. S
Given at the City of St. Augustine, this 6tU L-
J*** tturt of Cast India Company.An .- affectionately attached; she had everything have been entered into
silk. I shall$ rf turn to deprived by the & Extensive preparations day October, A Ii. 1R3I.ANTONIO. .
ft tI i wifcw days mid kct out to 1..1 lyIHI otj'lino of his history l.o states to to render the continuation of life desirable, : both with artists and author, to furnish from allparts ALVAREZ, .
4 I and supported by religion and true and illustrations of .
inspired of tho Union drawings
tIe" to Itiis to M Fergus- S
at..1 oll..r tlLj"'II. I be us foliowi, referring ievotionaB well as native ibrdtude she bore of interest' which the publishers! Vm5.r.3&mrs
*4 subject 5
tltiJ1l.td wintrr fiom U.a, son, sun Est India Diicctor, and to the afflicrions disease and the prospect of separation every confidently believe will enable them to issue a \1. Gouto, Secretary.iMCKKT. -

liS, ab11 Narsaille., ttVory vai iny Mr. Buckingham, M P. tile latter ol from tho dearest objects and all those work honorable to its title, and acceptable to the .

r"ttf. aDd lumber of olive tretI.1I'iYfd.tNY'lktoo .- whom is about to biing his case before sources earthly happiness, not only with equa American people. lGIILAn ,
evidencesof rimity tod resignation but even with-cheerfuU- The first number of the American Magazine -
lato 10 the IInuce of Commons, as BETWEEX Jtt C7STWE AXCHAKLESTOX. .

..leftt to'Florid 1'i but will be sent ililid.fiiculiy its truth. Ho went aboul'26 yean I nelL When I have beheld her with feelings of warm will illustrated appear with on or about before twenty tho splendid first of September engravings, -

,. *go to the Indies in the capacity of mid esteem and ardent admiral ien, the lovely,placid and be continued monthly, containing between -.f. Tin nc.i :.1tk"t, sci.r.SAMUELS. -

Ilbiftk there will be no in shipman. An indigo mere-hint ol large unrepining victim di.eucand contemplated ; 40 and 50 imperial octavo pages, and be furnished 111rt ., MILLS! LVSIAN

'IIiGJ II", lUlu lot IW Uannn Biuk. wealth, named Smith, took fancy to I the certainty almost,ofberelarldiuululJOD.I at the low price of two flollars prr an Sot1'i'tI\'J will rotitiima rur.nning IK\vccu tiabove
,I1. 1n4 bees him and left him thti must confess I have not possessed her cquanunity. num. -It will comprise jMirtN tlimutjh ttt iho year. .
and
audiorzid I could have him, adopted lien the impious
that
I must confess Portraits and Biographical Sketches of distinguished
and ,
Her Cabin is wuuuo'diouj hand
tiJtiid .1 4 omely S
of his
it. 1"111 go to V"nace and whole of his "ea1ll1ou condition thought has intruded itself uporrmy mind ot arralgning Americans, Views of Publie Buil- furnished, os.d fitted expressly fir the accommo -
fiat,. an4 return bv Le5borriand assuming iho name of Smith. Uudei the high decrees of Providence. Oh ,ding Monumentsand Improvements Landscape dition of PRat'Ui1gtfl. The table will bo supplied .
?*, jtri uil for the United States the the name of Jamta Smith, aha applicant why I have been ready to exclaim should ileaI blast- Scenery.-tho boundless variety and beauty with the beat 'the nmrkcta a .-Capt. S. S
***f October.rery trade indigo yen have raised so rcsplendsnt a plant to which, in this country will form an unceasing this Lis
siatts he carried on us nn ,I hour of proud onl beauteous .I' takes opportunity) to return grateful .
and blight it in its first of instruction and gratification, engravtngs
I. ntcrchaiu and his com source thanks: fur past f ,ars and to solicit continuance
uMpeci fully, cotton sal'prtic : maturity Why cause so noble a being: and the descriptions of the character, ha-. of the patronage! of his friends anti the pub .
Your mutt f,1. -* mtrcUl dealings wino 'o .'xteuiivc, thnl t to perish 'bill &c.qf Beasts, Birds ,Fishes and Insects, Stie.

JOS y! WHITE. in 1820 lie hid upwaid* of seventeen I Like some fair flower the early spring sup together with every subject connected with the N R The S. $. MILLS will pnt into Tybco I '
'WrilLfUI \ that nt Hindoftao : .,Geography, History, Natural and Artificial resources .
,LWN, EI'' factories different "parts- pliCl, 10 land passengers when a uflicuul number of
I bcinp the Idigett in India : and I That gaily blooms; but even in blooming dieL"I cubs country illustrated in a familiar passengers offer for Hevannali. .:"
TLi of Providence are easily jastifi and proper manner. FREEMAN! HUNT, St. Augustint, July 3d 1831. 15-tf.
BfUII of five million !
; short But the S
utile ways
: _/Ae (Or& ,.'.-The IMS properly W4S has only been removed to other scenes; ; Agent of the Boston Berwick Company, 47
'tiee .,a.oiltte. at .n"uil hail ,tmrhiflIini8o'ie!. ed. She .till -o Court Street. Boston July 19,1834. -- S
of bliss atd more worthy S
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1 i still more exquisite ______ __
n, withe accused of having a.tL L Editors throughout the United Statesi '
12th S<-pf. to investigate was of being ornamentca ana aecormwu u7 11"- ., .Oar l\IA YOIt.S OFFICE, 1 S
'tt't OUtn.e, in-harleitown, and caiiivd some sort of illegal truffle, in Ii presence than: even those she\ere frequented who will give the above Prospectus few in- 'SttAugu9tlaet Oct. 18, 1331.PUBLIC S :' .
w tibute which OJi;"tertians in their respective papers,and send one -
Cuwn the
1It"1 of shade
fair poor
Ihrcceir
ui for ringing tho prnetra. conjunction with I Accept trnwotthy of Un office has ventured -;. copy containing the same shall be entitled to. NOTICE i U hereby"pvcn, That .
t'hstlce, m4 alto to cons.dfr. the pou; .and the troops of IUP East India unworthy offer, most to 'memo,. 'On .that tar :one fear's subscription to the same :: Election of the Citytof St.Angus- .r.
Pd4ery providing funds to repair Company seized upon all his factories overcharging to your the picture attempted tabs *, v- WHM4Wi. |BHMW -, apMVV***** >BM BM vaaMHMHHiMSM H MiMMM*S tine'(or Mayor and Aldermen, will bo holden at ,#

te., hate m.do a ''POI t. More and property, anti loft him comparatively from drawn has been prevented by mere inadoqusoyolpower I NOTICE. the Council Chamber in said city, pursuant to .- .
*5 law the second Monday November next.
&at huo.lrrd commented suit *n portraying the high perfection % ,on
Ho from
bee aud forty persons a beggar. original. One that mourns' jft LL persons having demands against the esA. The poll (or the reception of vote will be yrer S
nd ultimately the .
: eal.iaetl by the Committee the Supreme Court at Calcutta,, possesed by departure from scenes of! tate of JOHN PUNCUARD, dec. will I from nine m the jraomintf till five in,u a :

"such lft-for.'liM buindd a. to lead obuinccfttVfrdict in his favor ; over your premature whO mourns over lots to your present them duly attested and all persons Indebted noon. lftflst S .. S

.th V; 'teT thirteen )individuaU, .. tat having been unable to get back his earthly friend and bliss society but who feels jour that nose to said estate are required to make im: "Brllu ABXOV, SI.XVIL .,0l : G'"tcJf.. ,.It S

"at. eiClfl ei bom ar. charges .1 4 pmiesslons. became over to England friends are consoled by the certainty of,pour mcdi<" 'PIJl1l8, ti nAflAnTvCflAUl). ioul S 'f'r .. ,, S -

Mu l a*.re. Tie d"truc thn of the. and since 1830. has been memorialising being at the very moment they think of fpu,,'a Sept 10; 1834. 26-.8w, Admr'x v..fr----r.-:: 4lIqer. 'J.
lleavea.
***** i it and attempting 1Itcrina angel at she throae i :
(ritHrtd 10 a widely I eiteo- the Eut India Cotnpay I II .

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JL JIll iit ac li ,,'beD tileD io'moaeriUon use .AN ealtled"An ordinanCe to provide against the pursuance of 1&w.l. A..... JACSJSOII enDB. nJ1T U1'teu' ,
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restraintthat ftatea
The only of and pestilential President of the United
zoaTT. \ best food for you. Introduction passed make kaevn that : DISTRICT or EAST Fi.oa.&..
CitySffit. and
I .,...... I I should feconameed, would be against ..iato the Augustine" ca.do hereby declare At ChsoAtnlMh }
I- -- r y JI .ad arl- tfe nth of June, 1831. puBlic wea will.be heW .t thC fo1loI"1 .. 4ltg1834.
.nttusi'a 1T ofAnJ nowua. using fresh milk !cream sad ,, .,.0 lICE ia
aox at. When indisposed 111 i. .r4.eI by di lfl.n? Office, in the ; / h.rcb11"" thtt
lo Wore u.I lair, Met of food for an adult. diet AI4ma Sc. J. of the City of St.AuguSta'. That nods designated, for the tale' ol the under- J... uaderaicaed p.epa.retllo ,\,

Yet desolate,amidst the golden day, fiom any cause, your AUerman ahalllMi assigned to each 01 the men'ioaed lands to witi such CLAIMS lot losses rftti"
I silence I wedded now should be staidly guarded, even fastingat ODe of llid cit7, whoae dut) it aha1l be to lee At the Land office at TIUUUSSIB. on the of theyear oC"', 8etI by c
F It stands, that house and warda within his in December next, lor the disposal the Troops United StaiN
be useful pro- and lots embraced first Jllualay i it the
verds&t nature by the o'er mantling growth _uh a time may that the streets and all I wilhio the undermen. 1812 and 1813 hoe
: t To when i lahCIihs wardbekept eunan&Zee! from filth oflhe public lands as net !b., .
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which fond woman's hands iierlibougb not proper to and fractional township ton tofore been
tendency
Olleafand tendril medicine to keep other matter which may haft a pro.flO honed townships presented 10 the 34
aha rich wall-flowt! fake a little cooling and for this purpose, he itt or
loved train. how disease % this District or ia which
h Once. scent ta> the body regular, but not to debtlttatej snail nave or cause power____A w_ cw__I.,-"*. .-.-." *.vnlnth- --- aaY- -lot- Worth_ __n_ ofiha_ _n_ fcase line_and west\of the &eriditn. waswith held, ID the .'idetce
1,1i,0 medicine is ward ard if pool of water be found I consequence ofihe d.
when more within his any
From every niche and tnos y cornice floats, the same, or of 5. cistoo of the Secretary of the !
b a pbystcj4ntho stwetor ally bounding Tovnhip1, range Tre..
it should be prescribed in aDJ'lot or
r*' p Embalming its decay! The bee alone in bilious fever, If filth weedf o? other matter having a tens Townships and 2 ol range 8. that such laIass were not proidtd
high any f
Is murmuring (rout its cwemnt, whence .no, mind o'' a man confused for him dewy to cause M knus and disease be found Tommhips Iand2of ranges: 9* 10, II, 1:1: by the Treaty of22d Februar 18i9
much ', .
p is generally too I bout or out house or pnrf 13. and 14.. iween the Goveromenis "
more iudiciou ly. When In fromina adjoiD- I or 15. of the UIittd
iupieicribe; wShis.idlotorfatth street Township range
L Pbtll tho tweet eyes of laughing children shine good bcalih Ho medicine should be la. lug any lot to notify wcopier or owner thereof Townthip 1, of range 16. Slates and Spain.

Watching fame homeward footstep. Sec on kits at nil not even the mild' tonic bit. to drain oft fill up cleanse or remove the Townthip I, ol range 28. Each cla.im..iII be preferred ,Ia t_
toundTrem that usual : tho idea of preventing tame forthwith, in such% manner or to *uch fractional 1 township' 1 and township! 5. of form of a Petition, in which she P.4.

the old fretted stone-work, what thick lers aro medicine when place aa the Alderman griug said notice mar range. 29. homer will set fotth fartinlarly i&I
i sickness taking fail to comply 5of or S3
p by direct-and any pcrsoishaU .Townships 1,3.4,and range
II wreaths in health is incorrect and injurious-it with said notice for twentyTour hours after the Townships; 2, '.4, and 5, of range 31. nature tlJIld amount of the 1"1.101 R\Ja l-
.. jasamiae, home by waste exuberance down. should bn discountenanced. same has been given then what is required m North i II the base line, and cast of men ed-ihe. limo at wlucli 'they oec.rtld

Trail thrtfthe grass their gleaming stars, and Thn best dunk bOlh in .i kne. 8nd in and by said notice to be dine, shall bo done at I dian. and [HI tile Cine sissy br] thai the Claiej. ,
45 load: water but whcio the theeipcnseoftht City, and the lame togetherwith Towns11ip 2.af ran-e: 1l.Townships hrfs not been befuie preseiited.
1 health, l It good puro costs shall bo recovered from the owner or 1, sml 2, ol l range 14. lo fa
Tho air with mournful fragrance, (or it, speaks ojo of spirits 1>> has been continued any occupier of said bt. in a suit in the name of andfor boutuut die. lass: l line, aud East meri Judge of ibis District, or that the eti-

Of Kfe gone hence;and the faint southern breath lime, it should be gradually reduced- the use of shi City,before the Mayor. dian. dence in said claim was withheld,io co..

Of myrtle leaves from yon forsaken porch occasional excess cither in eating or Sec. 8. He further ordaintd, That any That put of tonrnktt'p 11 situated north. and sequence of the decision of the Secreis.ry .

1 : Startles! the soul with sweetness. drinking, is highly injurious, particularly person who shall refuse or prevent any Alder-- writ of the Suwanee Hiver, of range 14. of the T e.alar1.
which ho has been assigned, AtUieaame in continuation, com
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it man of the ward to plaCi! The Petitioner will
0 Father, Lord of the as ere- m
this ,
I at season year irecver
; into and examining any he third "'" Decanter am
from entering or going mencing on .wln
:" The alt beneficent f t b.n, tL.Juune. ate a feveihli action in tho blood vessel lot within his war* for the purposes aforesaid, nrxt. fur the disposal of the public lauds with that at the lime of suffering the leiMI

That thou hast mantled the green earth with flow. *, and promotes an oveiflow of bile. I or who shall prevent or obstruct his removal of in thfe limit ot the undermentioned townships complained of.be was a subject of Spain

ira, j As a unifurmmoderate degree of perspiration the filth or weeds therefrom, or cleansing the anti fractional township.,to wIt and that previous to the happ; Du.g of

Linking our hearts to nature I By thy love | is in a. great measure necessary same, shall be subject to a fine not exceeding Lo South of the base line and west of the meri. said losses the agent or troop* of the
and offence, lo recovered
ten dollars for each every dian.
N Of their"blossoms' our young footsteps first lo health, you should guaid against us before the Mayor in the name of and fOr Fractional townsip! 1 of range 8. United States had[ entered& East Foiid: ,.

I Into her deep recesses are beguiled, ; being& checked by any imp.udenco or tho uic of the City. Townships ,3,4,5,6. and 7,of nnge 9. The Pctiiion signed by tie pd liftu.

a. Her u'tcr cells ; dark glen and' forest botvcr, neglect. Among the mnst usual of Passed, October 2, 18:1-1.: Township I, 2, 3, 44,5. 6,7, 8, and 9, tf will be filed wnb the under signed, .i ,

J ... Where,thrilling with its earliest sense of Thee, ; thetr is the habit of throwing off your ANTONIO ALVAREZ, range 10. will then appoint a time for Itt fiec

Amidst the low religions whisperings! coat when warm on entoiing ibo house Mayor. .ow..pihs ,1 2,3,4,5,6,7, 9, and 10, proof in support of Ibo same.

And leaf sounds of the solitude, and placing yourself in tho current olair JAMES 31. GOULD Secretary. of range 11. All claims must be presented
shivery withfe
"0n.hiI" I, 2.3,-t. 5, G, 7, 8, and 9, ol
The spirit wakm to worship,and is made bet worn doors and windows-likn- Superior; East" Florida. range 12. ant' year from Ibo 26th June last.
Coart
1. Thy living temple By the breath of flowers, wise leaving your wet clothes to dry on Townships 234.5, ami ol range 13. Applications( will be m.de at the

Thou callcvt ua from city throngs and carrr, you after writing. IN CHANCERY. Township 1,2,3,4,and 5, of range 14.I Chambers of tho Judge between ,lie
Elizabeth Bunch, owl ships, anti fractional townships. i, 3, hours nf ten and four in the
.9 sBsck to the woods, tho birds, the mountain '" vs. and4.ofringe5 dy.

S ii .. 'I- stream!?, :Administrator's: 8alc..BY Thom II. Dummctt, Dsaglas Pommett, Cicely Township 2,, and fractional townstip 2, of KOBT. RAYMOND REID
t .That sing of Thee back: to free childhood's VIRTUE oran order of.the Judge ot I G. Muraiingi1\ Samuel McCartney,Alexander range 16. Judge i f she Supr. Court,

,. __ heart, County Court for the County of Mosquito Gordon, Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph At II e land Oifir* at IT. ArcvsTmc. on the Dist. East Florida.PBIVATB. .
I will oiler for sale at public suction in the Lawton & Charles Lawton. ,tt.nd.lInrJaYln December ne"', lor the dispusal .
the dews of tenderness 1 I-Thou
Fre h with of the 15th day of October I of within limits of
City St. Augustine on 1tt MOTION OF TilE COMPLAINants ihe public lands the No. 61.
bidd'st next, all that piece! or{parcel of land 'sup- solicitor and it having been made to the undermentioned townships and fractional
1 The lilies of the fit-Li: with placid smile: posed to contain six hundred acres situated in appear by affidavit, That the sold Cicily GMunningr townships to wit AN ACT for the rli.f of certain IB-

,-He-prove man's feverish strivings,and infuseTbreagh .aid county of Mosquito, on the HUUborough Samuel McCartney, Alexander Gordon North' ellhe.base line.and east of the meridian. habitants of East Florida.
River bounded on the East by said river, on tho Nathaniel A. Thorn, Joseph Lawton and Fractional to.nslups 1. 2, 3.4 and 5, (eaat He it enacted by the SInaI and
0 i;: his worn soul a more unworldly life North by lands of Lindscy Todd and South by Charles Lawton, reside out o the Jurisdiction of t;,. liar a river) t _,. -\Vifh their soft holy breath. Thou hast not left lands of Crugcr& DcprjMcr, kinK the northern of this Court t the said Cicely G. Murmings in Township 1, :2. 44snd fractional township of Iteprctcntaticcs of the United Hatn

Htsfwrcr nature,with its fine derirev' pnrt of a tract of land containing 1100 acres, some part of the West Indies, and the said Alexander 2, ol range 24.TowU.l.illI* of America in (;o"gltlJ atscmlltJ, 'I 1 'bat
I Uneared for h this universe of taine granted to said Ambrose Hull by royal title from Gordon, Samuel McCartney\ Nathan: 2.and 3.'of range 25.Toanshif tho Sectviary of the I Irensui) Le, tad
I j The glowing rose attests it,the beloved Governor Estrada on the 22d day of February iel A. Them, Charles Lawton and Joseph Law. I,oJ range 2t he is hereby authorized and directed to
't 4 1812 and surveyed by George I. F. Clarke on ton in the United States. It is ordered that the .'r.ctiuna.llown.hil"a 1,2.3, antI 4,of range
II Of poet hearts touched by their fervent dreams the 25th day of May 1817. Tho first line of said above named defendants do appear and answer 25 pay, out of anmoncy in the Treuarj

\ E. 'With spiritual light, and made a source 1100 acre tract begins at a wharf of stone on the the said complainants bill of complaint on or before Fractional; townships 1,3 and 3* of range not otherwise appropriated, the Amount
1 t 1 OfJwavcn-Mcending thoughts. western bank of the Hilleborough River, and the twentieth day of March next, otherwisethe 27 &watded I by ibo Judge of the ujiior

I _' _ runs North 30 deg. W. 240 chains to a marked said bill will bo taken fro eonfetio against Fraction! townships 1,2, and 3,of ran, e Court at St. Angusiine in tile 1'eraiao-
4 14 -----__-_- __ --- thence the second line South '
I j- cedar tree, runs I 29. Florida
fI under the authority ol the
70 deg. W. 40 chains to a stake bounded by them.And South) of baseline and of the ,
From the Southern Agriculturistin1 I. itis further ordered that this order bo tlje, east me one hundred and sixty tint
lands of Lindscv Todd. Tho third line runs published one. a week until the said twentieth. riJtaii.That. chauter of
I AdDiCt to per sons spending the Summer (romthe first stake South 30 deg. E. 280 chainsto day March next in the.Florida Herald. Da part of townhiptl, (east of Suwanee the acts of the seventeenth! Cougreu,approved

J? and Fall in the Low Countries ; by another stake ; the fourth line'runs from this ted St. Augustine, this 16th day of September. river of range J4.'l'uwnihirll0 third March, ono thousand tight
y. I).. JOSEPH J MINION. second stake to another, North 70 deg. E. 40 1834. II, and 12. nf range 25. hundred and twenty" thin, fur losses
chains and the fifth line runs from this third staketo B. A. Prix AM, Solicitor. I Townships 1U, 1 1. and 12. ol range 16. occasioned in EJSI Florida
V 41 I(' ROBT. RAYMOND REID Townships 10, J I, 12. an.113, of range 17.
t pint'* !Und, as near to your fitId is my ALSO : Judge Court, Di" E. Florida. Towmhiph 6. 7, ttd 23, ol isngr 18- troops in the scivice of the United
t Sup.
bo con%iittut with health, dill chief f object AU that certain portion of the same tract of 1100 A true copy-Attest, Tow mbips 5, G. 7. 8,9, and 23 rf range 29, SIR'.', io thoSyear one thousand eight
1 is to IMVH a house that will t heller acres,bounded on the south by a line running X.B. 01D13S.-ClerL. Townships 1 23 5 67 Sand 13 of range SO.Tcwnsttips hundred and twelve and one thooiifld

J pfifnrtly' from rain-this nill not westerly from said wharf west by vacant land, Sept. 25, 1831. 27-6m 12367 ind 8 ol range 21. eight hundred and thirteen, mall met
t .yuu north by land of Dunham and east by said= river, '1 bat I'Otlirn dl toy ntip e..lol' St Ha
Lo found difficult the comlnrts and and also the remain- where the decision of the said Jidjt:
about 100 :
containing acres; > Y V.til UK ol a alias writ uflieri facias i.* r)1 riur and tomhip 234 567 and Eol
0. s luzui 'Cs of lif, quire much more pro- iug portion said tract lying south of said wharf. 1.9: lu.1> i nut ol the Superior Court for the ringc22.<< shall be deemed! by the Secretary of

pUi.tinn. The grns, weed, and under ALSO. K<*ter: llitrict Florid, aDd io me tree- *Jut portion townhip 1 cbs of St. W. I she Treasury lo just : Prvrifhl.I ,
p biuth, I if any should! be carefully clear All that piece of land containing of aoo 1500 scrvs, \Ic. led and delivered will expose to puttie! sale rys river and townships 2 3 4.5 6 7 add 8 of I That no awaid be paid except in she
ed at all times of the but ing the southern part of a tract acres tu front of the Court Ilounefintheciiy. of St. 1 range S3.Tovn&hips. case of those who, at the time s &r
away sear, coufipued to said Hull at the same time, situated I *
12 3 4 5 6 7 end 8 of 24.
October
the 4'h
Auguttiiie.on range
day
Saturday
no tire should bo rut down>> or ditch tt Mosquito aforesaid in what was known the hours of 10 o'clock A. II. I Inttslbe.tn i ''Townships 2 4 3 6 7 and 8 of r-nge 25 I lug the loss, were actual subjects of. the

1. made: for draining stagnant water ofu-i asTurnbnll's Western Swamp, and surveyed by and :2 o'cbck I'. *1. of that: day, the following Fractional township 1 of range 29. I Spanish Government: 4ndprtaridtdal.
.cp Ihf middlo' of May. Yotir nxl object George Clarke on the 125th May 1817. tmcti or parcels of land to wit: one tract or Each sate will be kept open for two weeks l'D, That: noawiid be paid lor depredations .

wiil be ti avoid she drws and fags b',. 4 BENJ.25 A.5 PUTNAM.Adm'r parcel of land cons-.ting of 3000 acres silos. and the (amis reserved law for the uae of, committed in Bast Flonda; previous
Sept. 1834. w ted on the cast side of the riserSi Johns ttliools or fur other purposes will be cichr! .
and daik these lu the entrance into that
for
suniiso allci areininrittbly Wr: The tale of the above land with the exception between DufTalu Dlufl and Mount 'tucker, ded for tale. 'pioviarft
; charged with.! the vapoursmoM of the COO acres, is postponed until the and bounded is follows to witi the lit line. Given urder my hind at the City of Wash of the agent or tirops of the( United

injuritfu* to health at this season of third Monday in December..next. begins os.tlie bank: of the river aforesaid and ingtonthis seventh day of July A 0 Slates.

$ hue y.ar. One voiy meful mode or Claim t'mlcr the Ninth Article runs north degrees, est 145 chains to a 1834. ANDREW JACKSON. See. 2. And be it further eaacttd,
r i ... tli is 1 h pine mailed II on the ba'nk ol small By the President: That the
,. "? IT ing such damp vapours, to "w ,I,II E Fursenberwill receive Claims under a creekor Judge of the Superior Court of
i. a fir ma-ie night and rooming of bimh J8 the 9th article ; and will give his personal brmch-U.e 2d line runs south 31 degrees Limn HIT rABO, St. Augustine be, and he heieby is, authorized
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east 196 ,
.. ur lighiwood s"' that the smok may attention to their adjustment before the proper> mark-the 3 4 line south 72 tlr rres West 205 Office.Ju'p to receive examine and ad
f: pars through youi bouse. At this season I tribunal. Having had some experience,and be.I chainsluanotbtrpinewjlhthe same mark at 12- judge all cases of claims for looses occasioned

4 nf ih" year, when the pores Ctlan' I I ing circumstances tborugbl, acquainted of these claims with whatever tho nature business and I{ a place called! Horse fending un the bai.k ot by the troops aforesaid in Clot-

. skin aie nil open nothing i Is so injurious of this description may be entrusted to him will $ use said r.cr: Ilrncc aloNg the arr.e to the ADMINISTRATOR'3 SALE.B thousand eight hundred and twelve, sad
to lieulth than a sudden check io (pers be transacted with faithfullncis. place ol beginning -aUo another tract or par Yvisius clan order issued from i eight hundred and thirteen not hereto
eel ol land
couVumng of OuO limited .
,' pitstIup from exposure' 10 a shower of E. B. GOULD. the nest part ot the. river St: acme Johns between on : County Court of Duval Countywill fore presented 10 -the said Judge or in

\ rain or other accidental writing, especially July 10, 1834. the place>> called I'anton and Le.lic'.uM store be cflerred ot public sale at Jack which the evidence was withheld ia

if obliged to set or lie still in NOTICE. -- and the laads formerly cultivated by the vide sonvil'e on tho tenth day of November I consequence of tin* decision of the' secretary

: your wet clothes-avoid this if pouiblo t*.< IX weeks after date I will apply to the Hon. ow l'enKrre-cnnng on the south side opposite next, between the hours of 11 and 1 o' of the Treasury; that such CI11-

.4 but us it cannot always be avoided, its ill the Jungo of the County Court of St.Johns', a C)press the florae marked landing II on: ''the the funk lit line of begins the' sai at
i effects may bo in a gical measure pre- County for letters administration on the estateofJOSEP1I river sad runs south 72 degrees, west 175 : house md lot belonging to the estate ol February twenty second one thousand

""Oil d by accustoming& yourcelflo cold HEWS, decU chains to a pinr-tl.e% *d linc runs north 18 i John Puncliard, dec. eight hundred and nineteen, betvcea
'$ water and clcanllrn" ail JAMES'PELLICIER. degrees weal. 286 chains to another pine the 1
svJby; having a ) Sept. 17, 1834. 2G 6w SARAH rUN'CIIARD.Adm'x. the government of the United: Suits
::4 1 of tin neck and 3d line runs north 79 degrees east' 175 chains .
water own it\vt your Sept. 10 1834. 26-8w; and Spain: Provided, That such chief '
=M i to the bank ol the liver at or near the afore I ...
shoulders cither
I As you can seemly ovo'd havingy'oUI COUNTIES OF ST. JOHNS MOSQUI.. I place ol beginning: \-taken ss the properly of 1.TICE is hereby given to all persons space( of one year from the passage of

: extreiii'irs chilled% bv the cold dews in, TO. t I Jos. llernandts at the suit of 'fhumasKa. l.,. interested that Deputy Surveyors this act: And provided, also That she

pasting tluoMit gia(: bushe>,tnd tho;>rrpiraiion CLERK'S Orncr Sept. 27tb, 1831. pier. SAMUCL ULAIR, UsrsliaU will be agcdfrom( the first of authority herein given shall be subjectto

thus chfrkednvcii: whili the sun PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given That,, tngnit 27th 1E3I November next until completed) in tho the restrictions created by Ibo pro.

: is b'-HRiinj& on the bend and body with Court for said comities will Kr The nbove sale is postponed until the first siiivey of that section of country embraced visors to the preceding section.
be
November.
lines should adjourned over from the SECOND Monday Saturday ia between the Gulf of
giCHt; ; you poss.Vlu. wear in OCTOBER next to the THIRD \ Mexico and the

thin fUnntl next lo the skin, it pantaloons DECEMBER following and that all persons I: County Coert-Dttval Co..I.g Atlantic Ocean as specially designated Estate of AttDBEWATKIJSO.T.

or di..wersas well as shuts Next bound to appear at die said October term will be In tho matter of the Estate of Robert PritcharU by DiitriJts lettered A. 13. C D. E. & F.

10 thio fi mud for this purpose wouldbe required to appear at the time last mentioned and Eleanor Hall!, Dec. in A diagram d'polhedyitla the! Keepe. NOTICE.

the use of cotton shirting, &c Tho of l t"e.which all persons interested will tako due no- NOTICE OF DISCHARGE.ALL of ihc Archives vt Si Augusiino for the PERSONS having demands ajatet

irregular; determination ol' blood from By order of tho Judge PERSONS INTERESTED, WILL information oflhe community togcthei ALL estate of ANDREW ATKL ::50 '.

the kin io the intestines and liver by K. B. GBBSCZer. to take Notice, that six months with Ibo fraction around said City and dee. are hereby notified to pretest t&era dUll authenticated

i such chilling causes, is a fruitful source -_ .- from the publication hereof tho subscriber administrator tho island of. Anajtoiia. The' surveyof ,within the period ifedwid of two rears tlwiaI froffl
3 of the several Estates of ROBZBT the date hereof tfi teali liA
of bilious disrates. Such e icIII1I1IY in the will also be under
city executed wtB, $t
1TIE. PjUTcuaap, dec. and ELEANOR HALL,dec,will period oftima, aa required by law:they j
I a great measurr be prevented by 'tint l- present his accounts to the Honorable the Judgeof special( iustrucrions, copies nf which the expiration thereof; be. forever afierwares
Ing your feet & baD ', when'chilled, n I Q IX WEEKS after date I will apply to the the County Court of Duval' County for settlement can DO seen byfjppplying $10 the city I barred.
1 .Vltlm watc-r, to bring buck the easus I ,I lion,the Judge of the County Court of St.I ,and will then and there also apply to the I authorities or Keeper of ilio Archives Demands, uthenticatcdai rOC'tsaid.ma7'bleft t
warmth and circulation of blood n I the Johns County, for Letters of. Administration on I, said Judge to ba discharged. from his administration aforesaid which will enable all at the office Messrs. Doc laa& 1.91
I I following estates tJonw of said Ettate. JAMES HALL. personsto I SUSAN MURPUyAdm'
all..m. und putting on dry clothes inunnd'mlfly 'j \VaIGUTluAC BACCOUS, ABSAHAU Sept. 22, 1H34. 87-6m act advisedly on this interesting subjeci. Sept. 10, 1834.

nfirr your return fiom flip field. Rocno Pniirci WILTOJT, DOMINGO DAVIS aM I The saint requirements are exact .
Tho' lua-kelilo 'for ,breakfast Jons MOEILL, dee., ed of -
piovidfd your ; For Sale. the. claimants, whit regard: to the I =- -

: t. may ..,.!t"le you to do this without Oct. 7, 1831. :0. I. F. CLARKE. THE SUBSCRIBER offers for solo his suivey of' private claims,as heretofore in 'rUBFLORIDA.
trouble H 29- r lay. : Jacksonville similar cases to rnablo use Deputies te
IB the tuiddlo of the day the danger : Sk-Johns river, E. F. The Louse i is two stories ; perform their duties under the laws and HERALD,
NOTICE. I I high,fifty three by thirty (cot with kitchen and '
y is not so great, but It is most prudent : I outhouses siroatid their instructions and for she faithful 18 PUBLtSBDTHURSDAY.
having demands eligibly on a corner lot.
persons against the
avoid excessive beat, and occasional : ALL ofiOliN PUNCUARD dec. will es-, Terms will be made acconmodating to the purchaser ., performance of which they are bound EYERY ,

4. showers of tain by using& an iimbrrlj?. I present them duly attested, and: all persons :in I and payment may be made in cash or under heavy penalties and oath ol office. UT3AxI
Stepping. in the grata or tinder a tree"fsvrrv debted to said estate are required to nuke immediate negropropei' Apply t> I. D. HART, or te therefore again and again take occa.

cHl9lerm,for tlm air which occasions payment to Sept.29 mFKANCIS 1834. RICHARD Jr. MOD, to solicit all persons having M. a017laD.

: f.H fevers i it heavier than that |ef Sept. 10, 1834.<< SARAH 26-PUNCHARD 8w Admr, claims to It surveyed within the limit AT

'r"II f *jmeiiiliere--ond. renfrally accomuS l- NOTICE. designated that the> will afford every FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
I in .I. 1 -
low liI."Ilon. NOTICE. A ,Jlel'lODllntere1ted III the Eltete of J o. frciliiy these officers, as required by
Yonr ell"l 'ou-" b, aid .t. SEPIf M. SA.NCHEZ will take notice I former notice enable at Ox*
plain,simple I SIX WEEKS after date! will apply to aha I aU six them to lay down C7ADtRTiaMNT8inserted:
ICttlfir3I.. fI'Y" 1ashg; in excess, 10 fall ..the Judge of the County Court for the I die Judo months or the der th1a dati,I shall apply to I their claims without impeding the sunS DOLLAR per square for tire fin ia-
to caeso hidtc.l.s., iiw. ..1 .. County ofDuval. for.Jetten County Court for the County
-, .. of adlDiniration em I f5 Jo1m. roJ' I veysof the public domains.8uiTeo'i sertion and FIFTY CUTS for cach:
a
eItv"-W.gUg discharge from the*** ofT
enough te satisfy nature and uppetltp.._ JUJ..uIIlJ.J'NT' dee'd.Oct.
I Ezecutor ol.aId Eatate. ofelceTalUha$ f. June. 1834. advertise
subsequent
RODERT It0LLINS. I one. Longer ;
FIat which agtc" |best> with. jour sto R. will
BUTLER
) ( 0,1834. 50 6ir I .tOHN LEE WILLIAMS. menu ia proportion, IaN eo on*
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