Florida herald
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Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1834
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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; JAS'I19 III. GOl1LD. J ST. AUGUSTINE, THURSBAY, NOVEMBER 6, 183<<. pt VOL. ]III.-0. 53 i.; .

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lABS-.1L'8; 8-4r. Administrator;! 1IsIe.By .
: salt. VIRTUE of an order of the one of great surprise, but evidently flame In an account of a launch, not serf white mnn Christians 1 and others, .t. t.
oft Ctttries o ; Judge m of .
\'U"VE: : 11 toe Sue County Court for,the//County of WTo* it equal pleasure. And perceiving that that tho ship I went off the slip without. and sold them to the Saracens Sicily '*" '

B fIdoFacnaS. irlul4, out d.ct o.f, of quite, will otter for wile at public auction in tho would bo some time yet before wo any accident, but that site glided securely and Spain! In England, the Anglo 8.,1- ,-; .
rtht' Isar I clU City of St. AugUKthc on the 15th day of Octo could get within reach of him, he has ) and majestically into her native on nobility sold the slaves as soiVituU '{!
: ti.: rc.rd. and] delivered ber next,all that piece or{parcel of laud toned from his ; '
ilia to n'c sup pos to give us o most element ; the said native element being to foreigners. The Portttfoese imported I.'A.
flOtt first
hundred .
( posed to contain MX
tt'c S"h' in runt 0 acres situated kind welcome
.Stln lult1 in I by a cordial shake of the one in which the *%.*
snid slaves
1 sell cipM Ch St. Au.tt raid county of Mosquito, on the llilisborou h hand ship never was I negro from Western Africa f
tale Cow UtMttC m an Ihp lJ.f, ofl\hlch !Ilivcr bvundedonth Last,said river on tho lio though not without fear, as he before. To send for a surgeon, if ono' into Europe, iti 1443. Spain, sooocng.god ?L'fV .

.... ..". .011.'--.1.\! .' she 3ltl d.tt North by lands of I.ind..eJ Todd, and South by whispered to us, that by it was In flinging leg is. broke', is CUt of the question ; a I in tho turtle, and negro Staves 1,
'u the InN. .mi' ''II r.h'I Of k A. lands of Crujjcr & Depeyatcr all the rules! of court
le tcet'a, being the north etiquette-'follow man may bo 'dispatched for j abounded in sonic places in that .itiog* "
w / t.I.t1.: ell, Ih"1 .I. Ihnpu' em part of a tract of land ed the dftcleration "
I. n, *1 ., .ye granted to sid Atnbro containing 1100 acres, : 1 cannot help it medical aid.' There are now no pub dome After America was discovered, : .'

II"IL., ta. AlI.rl10", .1. :. a certain I Governor Estrada on the Hull 2id by day royal of February title from however' where arc you to be found.I lie singers at tavern dinners, they are the Indians of pis anlots were imported 'r4. ,

n'ue' t.alrm'I Of land r.nM\II" "r.ifiht 1H12, and surveyed by George. F.,Clarke on I will ice you soon," II' ho hastily return the .profesMonal gentlemen ; and actor i.. into Spain and rondo staves. The Spiniaid f
t..1MJ t .....".,H>,itt att d to'i''' its wmueatn. 01 rill uiitat 1 1100 ncre tract begins at a vthtfrf of stone the Whfliovbr a formal courtier Widows I* *
J.,1Ia4 lira, on may think are srnrce; ihpy are all linlc.I rice, und kidnapped thousand of the !
tlPg ad alt, nh'utb'I of Buckt.1 weMem bank of the flilUborough Rivpr, and of this manifestation of the kind and o* I resting rrlit-ts and ai nursery maids Indians, whom they into
North 30 transported
run deB' \v. IHO chains
ulid I ("UtlW to a markedrsJar'tree .
Carl k.Ie."I.ice .Ifwe.I: i thence the second \line runs South pen! beamed spirit, characterizing our they a/o I.OR days universally transformed stavery in Cnropo and the West lodicr.- '

a6. "'....d.lht m.rprn. 01 .ulII'rr, lo TO; do?. \\'. 40 chains to a stake bounded by friend, it was under the circumstances, into $oung person who IUlJcrI Columbus himself, enslaved five hundred 1- :.r

t' "!*** tlstAluhn Iat I iwtlicrail) fioro I Undft of Lindfey Todd. Tho third line runs highly gratifying to us; especially, as a I intend. thft junioi branches of he findly.Claam6tr' native Americans, and sent them to ; "

';''' tn cross:t's tin! .*iil ri.I ."- from the firrt vtake South 30 deg. E. 880 chains pi oof of the injustice of .the remark Jour.SICILIANFACTS.. Spain thai they might bo publicl sold "* .

sad Las aIM f u1l,1\"" > lut's' n. ..hliH. to another stake ; the fourth line runs from this not unficquently heard hat an English -- at Seville. The practice of selling North !' '
second<< stake urimother, North 70 de E. 40 .:
,, ae wi! : '1'..' lit "lea sun'' chain,and tho fifth line runs from this third j. staketo friend, nbi ond, is a haughty: stranger at American Indians into foreign bondage :.'1 jj*

!IHI' ,.,.Lt.a :b. mnutls' flf "fklt'' .. the raid barf 40 chain. homo" We were brought Into rather The Burst C0nren/.-A young continued for nearly two c e nt u tics. Negro :

citt bon4i25i1tgoresest112ciautas I .* ALSO bold belief by however, for the eyes female of one of iho fi.st families of slaverY itllirst introduced into Amcrica '

.14111e. Ac Sd 1 Ji.... inn fr ni ...ul! All .that! certain portion of the same tract of 1100 f'f huff i diP cQuit became fixed on us, Catarrh was on the point of man iage in 1501, by Spanish slavo 'f.nld
00" 1':1111. ** ''I"'irpt;( iirn *, bounded on the sooth by a line running while the in with Sicilian j
.. SM11. pi 8''c ttcFirrly from aid wharf treat land question whtsIper,was heard a officer, but bffnie the era, who emigrated with their negroes.A .
by vacant ,
.t..3t1 limo' .U'% I.'HU sa,1 on very side "Who nro Ih.ybot"I',1" time approached for the royal edict of Spain authorized '
w 1'I north l h y land of Dunham and east by said river, ceremony Mr- negro
i't ..., I law* and containing about 100 acres; also the remain- The lime too at which this III rived, tho regiment lo which lio belong slavery in America in 1503.-King F. '"'1,1

to lit' tbf4ili line inns Gum **iilli tug pogion ot raid tract lying south of said tP'ition toward us was elicited happen ed was ordered to Naples on IcrviC'r.'a. .- him,e t sent fioai Seville:" 50 .Uvps to i '

,....: 183 d"'C'p'** EH>| 175 All that ALSO. whart.1 I cd 'n be unfortunate, if the term can was thought advisable tit ttt-fpr thrir labor in tlip' mints In 1511, the direct 1

dea14.. 1 tin Oili liiu' innsfrMwertfcS trig the southern piece of part land of containing a tract of 500 IWO acres acresconfirmed be* .: pr Prly be used in cteienc to a trifle, union until the relnrn of the officer trrfflir in slaves between Africa' unit His 'i"-t

tlMI""piw ; ':JiM?"t'osVv 123dIt'1416) to said Hull at the same time, situated I for wo also had been bptrnyed into a from tho expedition. A ft w- works on. paniola was enjoined by ro>j l ordi A t'

ptftp".-il>e ohm imp inns I.f.m at Mosquito aforesaid in what wan known.; breach of etiquette. The import of I I ly had.elapsed"afler his rup.triu'fwieii! ,, nance. Iris Cusses who had sou -HeIniliuus .

iiiii tIran*- SflMK 15 dppniH E' .; 123 as Tu"''' lI.* Western Swamp,and burvtyed by uglvl'l-glrVE": whispered" to us by a i the news arrived of hit death; hi war vanish. like dew before dUll crucities i
T 1 f-itA-.411uI Till llM'.. "iir George Clarke
it III.J I"w w N.H h 85: drgipp East 4, 1834. DENJ.25 A.PUTNAM.fupt -5 w Adm'r. derstood. In flip sut prise and pleasure the F, 'nch. The young lady for several expedient that negro" who alono could

110 .p. :" lo a >t-kt np 'l P Piri'-iltt tO" Tile sale of the above land with the exception j r i meeting Sir Robert, wo hid omitted: months, indulged the fond hope cnduie severe roils might; bo still fur ", '

ru..d--\:." one II-HJUltl1d .c-'.% *' a of the 600 acres, is postponed until the io draw the glove! on the loft hand, as (hat the disastrous tidings mighi be contradicted alter employed.! .

sJ..tr t.i/rr; CC'd.r J Ilnnvnork lit U 'J?=/"rt third Monday in December Jnext. I'I\\'' pntegcd. ; and it is net etiquette, at : ; bui not receiving any letters, This' wat in 1517 The m Ha ken

IJ4aianW, lU& SoMli put of Mo-H)"Vpfeitol ..- .._ ___ _he .. .. .. Si. Jjime.'s at least, at I recoiled, long Ibo could no longer refuse her belief, benevolence of IM! C.sas extended the .
...... "' 'ac a' two ihouutml nests, From Stetetrt'i iketckrt "Society in Great : since to have been told, for the hands : and, notwithstanding the opposition of slave trade t/hicli .lud been previously 1,': .

flats tame giNtridl to GYdige I. I'. Britain end Ireland. f farrxut.act : more than the head, to bo covered ;in : her friend, insisted on retiring into a established. r-

CbUwrt'k.to' pifipeiiy' + mi tin: 15iffYsiMi !- or tar :roan tor AT A HALL. t: the. royal presence. ilI convent. On tho expiration of the year Sit John Hawkins was the first Eug- "'::

.. ), IS 11 ill t five liimdifd ;+- "CtId", received tluougli Mr. Vail, ; of her noviciate she bade adieu lo iho lishm.tii that engaged in the ..14veSc.. .' T )+

ffH, kt, tad ..lifHii tiie In', tl of Deep'jkftitkli (aunt a diplomatic lady, gave; us on opponuiiiiy I High, Flown PArtueolncy.-Amonr world for ever, and took the vows.- In 1562, ha transported a I largo cargo .*fAfritaiu : .

iwpiie, its If into the St. ; 'in tint evening uf being pie. I I all Inn sinirove'n'nis uf the .age none I Three months after the execution of in Hispaoiola. In 1567, ano .. ;..;-

*...wet on ikr E ."1 side, pring parr| rent, with him at an cniertainmcni, I perhaps, are more striking than those this fatal resolution, her lover returned ih'r expedition wnsprepaiednd Queen .. \'

.r tact &.(110 shoo+:and hits which c.owd'dVi.h much of the roost distiugiiifthcd I which have tecenily been made, and to Catania; ho had been wounded, taken Eliz-ibt'ifrproincted, and shared in the ,' }

fwfffdm-dio g. I. F. Clap kt: and ount polished society of bo I indeed are at present nuking, in tho prisoner add can led to France ; of tnfiic. lluwkius, in ono of his expedition .'

8ihf! 1 Jlb Fcbutarv 1811. Also ivfitidCfoif ih" count circlci. 1 expected to have !! language ordinary Info Who in these his many letters unfortunately. not one *, set firs to an African city, and .;t "

h 4rf4 anus m Mitel ftbout th>* dead u.( found in this view of society, something dy, aver reads of boarding schools had been received. On bearing that oui of 8000 inli\ '/uami, succeeded iu

tbf, t4 d D""j. C'" i-k brii'g thMiufinu .. c.mI1h-. mote distioclivo gtade, in ;slop| polish.% !I I: Nobody. They are trMti.foim d into his intended, bride had on tho supposition seizing 250* James Smith of Boston. .,
'lwHH.td fccrrt 'fi. .>| 4boVDwwwB.tl cud manners, and varioui trails of iiigh 'I academies (m boys, and seminaries for of death, taken the veil without re* and Thomas Keyscr, first brought upoa ti' .

: .kt-n hs the puipcrty of lift* titan the company presented. j!i'girls; the higher classes me Esioblith* 11 cling that it would have been more the Colonies the guilt of participating in '
C"" ffF ClwkejuliPtuit f to have kept iliofact. of his being tbo African slave trade In 1C45 ilmy .1." -
"fArclii.wa.i The gentlemen in tli? r general op t j jpear.ince j,I mer I'. A coaclun.tkcr's .iiop, is a' Re (prudent u,
bR address and convcrsutiou: did ;i |)oshor> for C.urill&H;' a tmlliniVsshop I alive u secret from tier, 'his first step imported n Cargo of negroes from Afri
SAMUEL n !I was to obtain permission to :Jer in -Throughout M ssachusoit. the cry :
t Jlnrslial.f loss dlfT., that I could perceive, fromshoo i is a'D n!jn ; a ihrcud seller! nn
.26'1. 1884 49u of M similar standing with us; and I I Emporium' One buys drugs at a the parlor of the convent. Dreadful justice wars: raised against them as raal!

Tt* Hun sale |14' 't. :,gum.il untilmfiffiSit imrrg for ladies thrro was: notliing in\\! Medical Hull;' wines of a' Company;' were the emotions of the unfortunate :: ehctors and murderers; the guilty mea .

.daV in Novuih r. the tournurc even of ahuse Of'. the mostd..ingubbed ei a'11art' Clucking: is dispensed Gum nun; she tore the hated veil from her !,I were committed for the O&POC, and tho .

rank and celebrity$ in aha on Institution;' anti m.'.i f nin n 'Pnrveypi. bait. rent hue hair, and utternj. at thousand : representaiivoa. of the people ordered ( ,
.UaHRAL'1J dAL4 t\.c'fulncb of their mo.mrnta or the .' On would imagine that ilie imprecations on her precipitations j i f: the negroes to be restored their native .

B 'If' .,. ut. trait of farm twci>t- ,wl .h of their manners, or in taste and word shop! | had become not only contemptible It iXbelievoU that her lover to Calm the !II country the public ch4l' ...-At a ",.

iw.d'wt. pfthe Supfiiot. Comfer .'Ir :nice of cnstunie-with the excep- but had been discovered not violence of her anguish and disappoint later period there wore both Indian and

u. L-Mfir. Dittiict of F'b/imla; dud soot oi H grratf display of ;maguificl..I to belong to the English language. Now inent, .promised if she could escape, to negro slaves in Mms.chusetis. Io 1G20

I"an- durctt'4 1 ktiJ ddi'rHd,1 rx.pI.eto ; Jr'wcliY in cast of('I I u'nUtyeahb, each a days, all the shops are' Wnrehouses' receive and carry her with him to someplace a Dutch ship) entered: Jame River and .

foie I .irk iii f out flf/ tin Court ilioMuirhinnessol Lundop err&c. or 'places of business,' and you tvillh4tdly of concealment. Tuo convent landed twenty'negroes for sale. This <1

llea* HI one rlayof S.. Ai'giivtint'' un H* them the least find a tradesman having olio honest was sittnted in the country, at 4 ,b.... is the sad epoch I of Ihu intmdueiion tit
-10 diftinguish ,
S".J .t.f .t't'1lb dol y ol DfcrmbprbeiwetiilUi f.m an rquwl number uftho elite of.our hardihood to call himself shop distance fiom the city : the officer lookup J negro the slavery Dutch into Virginia. Fur many
his residence in the neighborhood.- years were 'princif.aIiy coucetnerl -
kit : hours of 10 's Mock keeper. There is now, also, no such
A.)., uwn country.AhbouJh In the mean time the unh girl in the slave trade in limo! market
2 oMork, P. M. uf hut daiplo I knew thai in the throng a word of that of tailor, that isto say,
of Virginia. Oa .
lie made various but fruitless efforts to es -Hampshire :
Ldua.1, 'iNnI.1111 s, "'it : ony we wrc constuiilly. brushed by the drat among east< polite, 'clothier' has been ..
1'e P afWI on' 'u..cd 0.11, discovered be I cape. At length, ,unable to withstand .fem.
Iftl p; t..c.1aI.6.t ol' duchesses nod countesses, aodhad. to more elegant, although
> crt.. Imy i tho violencu of her passion, and agitated Monument of the &lississPPi i.-Ono
) 01 :di. Augutuui und bound ...s of rank; and were elbowing for our own part, the term tailoi is every
HI.w ire i...ntl, |II\ m lot bi-I.itgiiig to 4nd elbowed every by dukes and princen uf the bit respectable. This new mode ofparaphrasing at once by lave, hope, rake, despairand 01 the most interesting subjects which
she introduced her can the attention of the historian
Cal disappointment engage
H ,
P. m.iu h e tore K8. Ibo
tit : t by with language ordinary
blood tiill I lade
was so impressed
self the of the the antiquarian, and the naturalist is the
into magazines ,
aUft'l, 1311 dr kouih lot beMis. life however ridiculous it in some
by in
H its even may ,
being a company. diflVriog which that lime contained the monumenta remains of tbe in the
MsIr4. at provision past
10 C.' 0 .;ndou dir instances be, is half so absurd its the
t west from of good breed. pot I'I
ki )144115 uppeilation, I persons of wood for tho consumption of several valley of the Mississippi sr described by
">d.t t. tI" bin cieik fashion of using high flown
.11., .time ulJtu ; latf lug at home that tho strongest imp l. newspaper years 1 this she scion; file in the !: Mr. Flint in the far pO"well.. By these
INUI""I I ) F AI. Aiedoitdu linn ol.. being in iho midst of the haul terms in speaking of every commonplace hope of escaping io tho confuionknowj i accounts it appears that the impress of

1l trItrtrug (I..ltf-r ol Aifduiidw und ton of she fDipire, was while xrailiog on occurrence. For instance, instead ing that the gales would necessarily be'j the leaves of the bread frail tree, and
.f 'that after b.llib.
'Iut _

hehilIoIUuw.IUlfi l reading a company .
and in the halls for ourcabinsP
he ataor case the bamboo have been found
thrown on tile discovery of tho frequently .
.C p.tu+rr ol H., md Dim".. did uot till daylight wa open ;
WP f ,
and heating i o succeni&o <> go fire; but it happened that the dry faggots in the peat beds, and foisi! coal formations .
SAMUEL BEAR, the (cost titles in thr bingdon pasted arc, told that the joyous group cootipaed
burnt with such fury .nd rapidity in tho neighborhood of tho Ohio.Pubblcs .
,abo" M'u.la"! IQ from landing tolanding.in ,the call for tripping oo the fantastic toe until that she was dreadfully 'Icorched.ad of disruption vast msses .,f lead ..
,Jle.' 541"d.sae i. IloI.tOurd until tliPir '..|.prth c oqtupages.*'' gavi them warning so depart. If one injured she could reach Ibo door of the ore, far from limn mice, stratifind rocks, ;.
w w An\'embei.LtIttsi4 Queen9 Drawing Room the company happened on his .way. to sands
earth and
---' tumble into a ditch wo should be iniorm maga&ino;_ in this state, her_clothes' in specimens of organic ,
: .L'8 SALE 'Slioidy Mfier two o'clock the pro and ho immersed a blaze of fire, she ran through the cor animal and vegettblo remains, belong.
foot was
fed that slipped
..\ \..u1.. cession into th* Prd%once*chIKdlber! com ridors of tht convent giving tho alarm; to a tropical climate, clearly indicate
hl. J.\I. ... element.1 A
u t. .f" is.o In the good
t...Is.taf. a.c bapir. C. nipnced. It was led by the ladies of the liquid the flames at tbe same time bursting some important extensile. changes occasioned .
of t
t. r ur 'Itt : is described as making' the tables .
'..u4t"' 1)ira t t. ..i,UliI. r1I1 lu tor tutrd diplomatic corps according to their length supper of Ibo out on all sides, the terrified sisterhood by fir:! or water in the whole t ,
bu a 4.1 "i" e eta sr 10 public S>lc In I' of i evidence nt the court. Tho train' of groan' with every delicacy iea rushing out half dressed from their cells great valey of the Mississippi. Then ,

jrryg, +tre II.c eta to\tff)1.. Ilatne.: in the Cst: Y of fet.f. their dresses is carried on tho left arm, son. A crowd of briefless hdlf'poy lawyers,officers uo, thought only themselves.. As she had the regular wells, the bricks, the medals, :
c1. nod
I'H'eruct! : twin' p .,t tv cl 3lat,
"lJirk N vt i.. at.l tl'e ntht ,tic sn J intere.' is dropped by them, and spread widely ,' are watering. place where wo are contrived, notwithstanding the injuries in a soil which must have been undisturbed .
JIr"Put 11r..un.. N Iff to scat 'u Illc foUo"in behind by gentlemen in uttondancc, at a that ladies in tead of ta. I she had received, to make tier: escape for ages, wills the alphabetical ";'\
""",, ck).ard i011,.I.a 4&twttkl.llol litw.\e inAugustine ttttd fl ws ut full length after the figure alto informed + ? and even to reach the habitationof characters' written on the xliff: as '. I
Uee Cis) Jr t t. und while she makes her salutations king a dip before breakfastIplungetbcmselves show that oilier of Jii
of the but the
u 'ou".lto ,woare.r: into the bosom of her lover; agitation, frigtit, plainly races men Ie
wits un ti.e North b y a the Queen and completes fearlessly have existed end passed And ,{
tLIwte1p t t tu the: e+tate or Juhn Forbf'011 to and shocking mannei in which she was away. I,
t1tt s St.t of the A,.. .co more Nepiuor. what world Mr. Flint that > )
tors 1. b"leni"C to CbuJel Lxw the circuit room. is burnt, were too much for her exhausted a says must ;
d tit ing ua t..... tlte lettllt by strctlStreeftaken than six feet in length is abut,required, A sheep killed by lightning a thing frame-she full at the threshold. have been than the mammoth and themegelonyx k

tl,, nee t lies ., Storte as for the movement of each or, tile fair unheard of; the an imal may be destroy. II was night; her groans brought the of rod the plains, and men '. 4t".t..
tJ fluid but even then
are al "HIida" A.Nt Cart lurk wr U'i'hrtQQ, \hQ onc>; and, when hoops.were.;!wornsix cd should by the electric be told thil, it was dead: ficer whom there U no reason to suspect ttrous hinds, whose bones are now Ies. -. ...

siltlul.1,1o1.Allt'ttarstslf feel square oven, could hardly have.suf-, wo not tbe vital ol having been privy to the scheme tu cued fiom the soil, end'which must .

..LC9'h"'." Pn... ,. f".IGneJ. until the ferred for the full display of,each stately, I we should be Informed:that If the carcass i Ibo door. What oiust have been his have been i at 'least eighty feet in length, j ;
fled forgives
,ita NettlJ el. are. I \spark surprise and .anguish at so Ad a spec reared their heads from Ibo rivers and .
or a
I by a carpenter
I ware picked up .
.Tbo advunco was slow: ; tho' queen shoemaker we never should bear mat.1. inch The ill laced young woman was lake*,!

-0'l'108. eenvening 'freely with each pf' the am* tradesman had been discovcJcdby instantly put to bed, and medical assistance ,.
8 B K8...8tto.1 wl\1 apply teila Hi den aqd their ladies, a' lhey ..uc.eetI.fel a )journeyman attiiau.' All obtained, but In vain ; after lingering rmportant Medical Discovery.-Two .. .

1drI. ...'time. J.....r the CO lCourt. orst.fI.e ly presented thcmsetrts before on operative some days in excessive torture. physicians, at. Gotfmgen, have it is declared
::: be their faces ever so plain,
gills ,
discovered that .
..kefJO!(bUWLEY. 'dntiaa onO80OE her. The Kin ,as en the day previous, or pitiable, if they appear at pu* she expired in the arms of her disconsolate lately oxhydrat
of the pitted, ofiron fs aq. infallible smrtidotoagainst #
ft stood near window on one. tide: or ill lover.
VI&.l8It.. GJANOflw attended bv the Duke ol Devonshire bile office to complain robberry The convent was burnt to its found- arsenical poison. As the oxhydrat of iron .'
"""" room Invariable Moielllgootood
---- end others of treatment, are .iHthevicinit ruin,. still to bo seen in is perfectly innocuous, this discovery ...'
Lord C outeratec e, If they "have proceeded sal.&. "
UOtDiNANCE Maddiem the number was Sit interesting. Catania. It issomo'con- js pccculutly loterrsd g. ,
la ; ,
to "Aa OrAi household. called unfortunate *
f f- a hili. I very far in crime, they are : :.. + .......... ..
.,..... the Potie-e orth. CUolSa. ;, Robert Waller Otway. Ihid oaado females.' Child murder Is ole eolation to addtbat no lives were lost : .o. r f? .
It" P ....tIwt.. Noy. 1831. i iofst I the ftequ&intanco of this gcniJproan 4 and termed 'infacticide; ;' and when I on the occasion, except that of tbe un To keep plum* and ems- ri/j s *** '

., tir I hd.Myor .oA AWtl'lRftler received much kind atieniioQ from him, g early capitally we beer not fortunate subject of our story through Ms jr die A.It ThaI f-roa ... it is punished WI'I"
when bo oral io command, some two or quantities honey spring
: :ya.sNi. the unnatural motor was
": 1I hov iFths that SLAERY. niarthan.vessel ..
at&I1Itte..pen u.&.. blaeb eMc three years since, of the British fleet at that 'the-unfortunate culprit under ORIGIN OF NEGRO ter ; poor the 5xtuYeJ !p fir. .
r. aeIMItereduto.ttvg.7AkyO wWle JI.erlo. Captain Belton.had also but last sentence of the law, and Mr. Bancroft, In Jho.first. yplumo qf. i ,It tittpt tftffr tai tan freshly l githvercd iP .e N
If ..... He went 'of tho l United and covV these ehnse.W -It .
,, 'WitLotit Iecwd..rer.r. 1 kaowa him in South America. is oterait .* No his interesting hiildry quite
into per.
... ."............. .,pro"" now a groom of the King' bc< chamber was reads launched in the )that a house States, gives en.account. of ,the early,.'lhe la1,1 of the fioU* 'Is taken out, .
..... P.JI. of oo slaves. Ift in cold water awl il will be fit .
Clad was in wt itiag. Not aworo, our burned down he perhaps will traffic of she Europeans ; marsh JI
.K..VAS X.JD.J,..,. I'beisgla the kingdom, thd Ipok with has find 'that tho homo fell sacrifice to the the middle 'iea' ,the Venetians, '. purcna<* fariltfttdlat ', uie.fx. .' ...

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'& lftMII of tit OtUfth Tbo. ,bird :ror. ."hbi 1' FewrictHJsbcrOjOfiisfeaviogfc k .1i1 ookoed m pbavo +tbe j demand or Ibo lu, us.where'Irt!'was' tmrisd 0s thoave 1 frees asmd, that a ItS .111 .,.
mOil celebrated for (Wetness of roaning o..ualc c t .f lIigeacft'. Ith. v fr po..etslsttfte against Mebtus BlBfi-of" death by Mo aliCkr. Tlwlait i await km already bees BMO with H-

I. thin. osiikhor bird caatl (StntthioGanefat ; ....11'.1. Porto that Wi i ?' >Brta offer him 1 a sad offices.&?. .perforated fey the ygea. Sat t& 'pere aetfefeg coflshf '"
writ be raid."Whit ;ed to the amount of forty tboa Ali 0fsge D .PreHoa iI nso I *. My pka therefore .k tab
) as h.a, n a property aid\.a. ,fit whore he was attacked Rev. ;. EptoepalChurch : Le i tfe* t. .J.Jt'
time she tifteth up herself on Sand dollars. be the ag ; and large concourse of citizens corporate authorities of our I&Je&ed ei]. '.l
high. :" says Job, ",he scorneth the borseand ..........-.... srtidflot.wbero .was testified their.mpc&r'lor his memory ties, say, for Initiate the city of New t' .

: flail rider. According to Dr. Shu w IE.&BIOll.' gressor. by attending bis funeral obsequies.The York, engage with the h.mutt for a .....
4he wings servo her both 'lor sails led VERY LATE FROM LIVERPOOL. GHEECE.Tho oath-oi M,. Orimke .will be deep quantity of oxygen gas,-prepared. or\epi .

r oars,whilst her feet which have only The fast_sailing ship Elizabeth, Capti "London Courier of the 19ih& ult. I lyl'oll. and widely deplored by the literary ia bladders or india rubber bags, aBel .' I

r tab toes, and lire Dot unlike the cam CALLENDEH arrived at this pdrt on SatUrdiy has the following article: and religious communities of our submitted to the disposal of be pfeysj.ciass ,\.' I i
E I el', ton bear great fatigue. Though last. in 9 very short passage from Accounts have been received fromNeaplia I country. Ho was a hue scholar, of of hospitals, or 'be employed ia .

theostiich t. universally admitted to gofastea LiverPonhaving) ; left that port on the to A\gusf26, from which it np-: accomplished manams and address: and private practice. I am not weak eooogh

: than the fleetest horse,yd the A- : 17th uli. The Elisabeth has been abOut ipears' that- so insurrection provoked by sincere. and uonfiectod piety. Thee to suppose the breathing rot oxygen air
tabs on ho arback contrive to ran these from this port but eighty two days, the measures of tho members of th I influence of his name. was great at the will core Cholera; bat it U 'very obvinus

liiids down.thrir' feathers. being valuable Ia.vipslef, hero for Liverpool on the Regency, who have recently"beoiidis' *., South and was becoming throughout that bringing with 1t fresh supplies of
and their lest not: to be despised. The ,Sd August last. placed by the King of Bavaria had bio the.Unioti-and It was an influence nf animal heel it would 10 far sujuia this'

best horses I are tiainvd fir this chsse.Whrnthe We did not receive our files of papers ken out in Arcadia and Mesiina und I the soundest ch.ractei'-Idcnai&ec as bis 'system as 'to afford lime for oilier remedies -

'. hunter has started hisghmehe I' by this vessel but we are indebted was believed to have had ramification sr J exertions were, with tho great moral used to exert their efficacy. Evena

r r puts his herse onagentiegallopbasso :to Copt. C. and to u friond, for Liver i it in continental Greece nod the Islands;, religious and literary institutions of the single 'hour'of prolonged life, by ton

keep the on rich iu sight without com pool of the 14th, 16 hind 171h f but the enorjetic measures 'of Count,+ country.Corretpmtttnce. means, is beyond l ill price. I crust re- .
r .' tag too gear ,.. olJiru it and putjtlo hs'' ..September. I ArmaasPergsind.the confidence inspired ; poat that.I offer tbctfo views as mere

I .. !uH speed. Upon bselinlltlelf pur-I There papers contain veiy little po by the restoiation ot his authority i h'tiro of fit Journal of Cob.raeree. gestions entirely unsupported by sag.lay ,
lcd, ihercfoir, it' begins to ran at bad almost cntiiely suppressed : of .
r'' lineal intelligence of interest and our regency experience my own in the use of the
C+ but gcnilits wings like too arms keep- !I limits do not permit us to make uur usu I it in 'every "par! of the countrjat NASUY.LL'.I$ept.9. 1834. remedy
motion with its (,e'. It .
log alteiusto the date of the latest accounts
like thedcaublrs : til lections. Of the sixty members bf tho late Convention --
o seldom Tuna ia a direct linebut tourclln circulur The bills for the Government taxes SWITZERLAND.BOLZANO 22 sawn born at Tennesse, either 1. Cholera i,. JI IJi"CIDn (y. C. -
hare, or rather a are said to be nearly one half ,less than Sept. 4.-Tho devastation;f bcfora \Yalaadmiued as a Slate the W..hir1llonVilig ol Octobri 17ib

manner; while the hunters similar, circle taking last year owing; to the repeal of the in Sivitzeilsnd. hy storms nO the 32d o Into the Union,or since ; 17 were torn gives the'details connected with theap-
the diameter, Ctr tracing a alone the August and the following days,by which of
house tax. In Liverpool io the State Virginia ; 2 inPensylvania peararico C.iulern tu that tows
meet the bird at unexpected the horses.turns,',This and saving stated. to be 4S ,QOO per ..n* not only the roads over Spluggin, Her.,. ; 12 in North Carolina 1 in Massachusetts The following are the eves reported by
with less fatigue s to harden and G&thard out oven that o*
f 1'1 U III. ; 1 in Connecticut 2 in Ireland the board t>f health. OCI. 8. chase is often continued ostrich is for starved a day out or and two Accounts: from New York to the iGUi ver the Sirnplon are partly destroyed' ;.I In Georrgla and two io Kentuc a colored tnau, died the next d..y., 1 2

when the poor of August had been received at Liver have unhappily extended- also to CIUI: ky. The oldest member of the Convention oclock A. ,1\1. On tine Bib a flea color
all escape
extra sed, finding power The road from Mi-
it endeavors to hiao pool. Tyrol magnificent is 70 years of ago, the youngest ed woman, died vn the ruornifig ol. the
r impossible, from of the Inn, 'through Borm-o, to the Worms r 26ib
Loiters Constantinople tho mother of the f
avoid I II 28; the united sum of their ages 2720 ; ; Ihoenemit'l It cannot .
itself{ from thicket or burying its 20th August state that, the plague had loch, called also Monte Stolvio is totally : the average of _which divided by sixty tho night of Ibo llth ; Mrs. G. a widow
p I running iatuDarr then rush : broken out there on the 17th and 18th, destroyed from Worms to Tirano;' would be 43. Thirty three members lady died on the lO.h J. II. a white
I sandthe hunters
bead. In the ; of th ,
vio is the <
with extreme and extraordinary same casp part convalesced
leading as much as possible wero under the average*, and 27 at or mn ; making 4 Msesnn Itr
.. full speed ,
in lenco. great road opened only about two years' that day 3 of which acre'(.tel. On
the wind and.kill the birds above it. Tbero arc 40 farmers or planters the
;' neaiftst clubs lest the feathers should booili"l The News'fiom'tho.frontiers 01! Spain from Venice to the Pusterthal by vuj among the members of the Convention 10th one case, Jackson, a free mulatto s

j with with blood. continues to represent the Queen of Arapctbojso tint the communication s] 15 lawyers; 3 ministers; 1 Doctor died Oct. 5 e. 1\1. on Ibo llth none.-* BO
1 cause as successful, though no very decisive with Italy by these roads are interrupt and 1 m.rthaol-Intal 60.. But the farmers On the the 12ih two cases Isa..cPilgicen 19Iht

.-- Scene.-General Hamilton, proofs, of it, except desertions) ed., Eye witnesses represent the devastation ,, one of' them ii also a ,land surveyor a fen coined man, survived 5

Affttlwg Ifiicr to Miss Scbuyler (-forwardsMrs. from Zumalacarreguy aro mentioned. that has taken place as unparaVoctl. and six of them are also merchant 12 IouuV.. B. IS a white roan, died ,r;
s in u ; The German papers speak confidently \ \ .-German paper.AVGIJSTIWB. at five o'clock dcxi 'Ou the siio
Hamilton,) gives an account of the I One of Ibo ministers is also a doctor, day. 13.h
uaiuhlist, he in company with. others, I of a meeting of the three Allied Sovereigns .-- --. -, .. -.-.p ono a lawyer and the other a merchant; 1 ease,. Ary a colored woman, died a.
P overtake Arnold immediately of the Northat f1A'n. in a short ;i.T. : two of the planters laums also. Five bout 3 o'clock on the 15th.: There were bl4
.bad. made to ...
after bideu.do Ho thus writes ,ti me. The object of th Jptneeting it i..aldi. is T118nc1a"., Wovcsabcr 30, 131.WT .I of the members the Convention :havebn also repotted to the board seveial clsn. ... iris
l to renewconfirru u.d extend their ..r .... of paintel lowel etIJe
United States
the situation in which be members of the case
respecting. By the Scb.S. B. Mills we hare recehr.
o Mrs Arnold: friendly union. Congress-Messrs. Allen Alexander, had deem fed on the three day,,following
cd the Charleston Courier the
to 1st nIt.
Don PEDRO continues be ill
"I sow an amiable roman frantic: to very Cannon Mart andVeak1y ; 1 has been the last'date. The boat have advanced .

with distress for the loss of* husband end apprehensions are entertained that We are happy to inform our readers that the I BOVPI nor nf the State of Ten nesseIton. the. learned opinion that the 1.
ho will full sacrifice his zeal ia the
: she teudetly locd-a traitor to his a to Quarantine Regulations heretofore existing in William fioont! ; 24 have been members cholera Is not contagious! -but believe

country and his fame-a disgrace lo his cause of his daughter.Tho this City have been'repealed and that no re-. ,of the Slate Legislature; ((31 of them; it to be an epidemic and to this cause altpfo
have been do
connexions. It was the most affecting! Spinixh Ministry itrietiona now exists upon a free intercourse I more than half bear military titles io they attribute its appearance( in Wash I
eased by a majority of' 2 votes, on i 8 t
ington. We know that science
Sho for a' comniiisicms contests
scone I ever was witness to. with other places. in conleqnfnceof received tl!
con Mumble time entirely lost herself. proposition to establish a censorship over in the United States forces or militia, the point of contagion In this disease, [nt

.. Thf Gni'ia! went op to her, and she, ,the Press. The following note was found in a bottle o n k and 17 have been in actual engagement but it is equally certain! .that facts con IB'r'
upbrttidrd him with bring in a plot to (By the Steam Paettt Wm. Gill.'.) the beach near Mosquito Inlet on the 20th Oct'. -:-two having smell powder in tbo old tradict: this beoy.Vp sirs not *f those

I murder her chid.! One moment she: From the N. Y. Com. Adv., Oct. 23. ten}- revolutionary or old Indian( battles, and who die willing lo suffer disease sad ,ii.ache.

raved another stir melted into tears. FIVE DAYS LATER PROM LONDOll. Briff Kingston, of Boston, Wm. M'Loon., 15 in lh+! Creek battles or at New Or. death scundem "crfem, rather than adopt

Sometimes pressed her infant to*her By tho arrival of the packet ship Master, George Brall.l\Ialelrom Trinidad foi r, Itanjr. Nearly every lone of those not the precautions indicated by experienceand

bo+ m. and lamented Its fate, joccasion. Hannib.J, Capt Hebbaid, this morning, Boston, 18 days out,in a severe gale Lat. 31,.: jfd as having bn it battle hrld com common sense. When the cholera infie.
tt cd by the imprudence of its father, in i isnntmcr Ii from London wo aro in possession of Long. 78, 30. All well. PIc.report this.* Inlands In Ibo different corps lo which :. first appeared in New York the l.ed.De.lIc his

that would hav. pierced the bosom files of papers from the British metropolis Oct 8, 1814. i they were Attached notion that it was not contagious it"

of insensibiii'y itself. All the sweet- oi the 20ih ot September and from i Of the general appearance nf thee was advocated and generally prevailed, r abo1l'UI.,
nets of beauty all the loveliness of inno Portsmouth to the 22d of that month. A GaUtJ -On Thursday afternoon last, th I Convention, it mfch be said that it was rod that city "had tu bewail her more t

., ccncr, nil ih" tenderness of u wife, and A splendid public entertainment has wind com&ianced blowing fresh from the N. E, sober and thoughtful. Men of tho ago than thousand victims to scientific Dt90.

} .. the fondness of* mother, showed them been given to Eat! Oroy in Edinburgh.It ecompaoied with showers of rain and continued ':Jof the Tennessee Convention selectedi pride. f silktreleer
."" .. selves i in her appearance and conduct, was a guess occasion. Tho Lord to blow' severely until Monday last. The i from any part o! New England: would [ .
II,1. We bare every reason to believe that Chancellor and many of Ibo nobility tides rose considerably above the common level,, have had a younger appearance Balloon AtctMion.-A great coa r. W
she was entirely unacquainted with tho and Gentry" particularly of the North and we were fearful that considerable damage there 'Is that in Ibis climate (the entire course 01| people was collected ic and a- ned I!:

.. -." p111D,a" that the first knowledge of it were present. Earl) Grey, Lord Broug baa been dose to the shipping at sea. ,Stile lying south of any part of Virginia boat South Bay Wednesday after $Iu"

was when Arnold went to t.lller that ham, Lord Durham and others made On Sunday last a box of dry goods wae found ) winch furrows the countenance earlier noon, to witness the ascension of Mr. al I seer

be mutt banish himself! from his country speeches which are highly commended. on the beach about fire miles north of this place, end stains the akin to a deeper o; George Elliott in a B illoon. But us accounts .greetil:
and from her forever. She instantly The Cholera prevails with groat fa- and we are informed that the beach ia strewed dollar bur, than the climate of the Nor- ot these rono1uic.1Jp dllioDJ eat Mad

i fell into & convulsion and ba .left her in 1.lhy: In many parts of Europe and particularly with shingles and pieces of wreck. ;; there or Middle States. The personal are frequently published, his necessary all i

b that situation. in Sweden. Up Jo the 19ih. I I The marks on the box was entirely defaced. habits and demeanor of the members to give the details. The bjlioon we ounds1Ve

This rooming she is more composed.I September, there had 3179 eases, On Monday the muta and part of the deck of' were perhaps more courtly than an as- are told, "(for we true out with shot*
paid her a visit, and endeavored to acd 1279 deaths of that disease in Stock I a schooner came ashore,and a board was pick''semblv of the same proportion of fare crowd) ascended beautifully and lapidiy,

sooth her !>y every method in my poiv holm, containing a population of loss cd up having the came CXUA on it. The let t rawer elected from an Eastern or Northern and was born iu a South Eastern direc pparatwhich: ,

er; though you imagine the is not easilyto thou 60,000.IRELAND. tell were cut in the board about half an inch !t Stale. To be a farmer or planter tion. It was pointed out to ts when it t
br consoled. Added to ber distress deep and gilded. The place where she belong here does not necessarily imply appeared like a brilliant star ;in the Iwa- store i
the Is"".J apprehensive the resentments O'Conncll continues his Agitation letters ed could not be ascertained. manual labor. The style of speakingwith von.. The greatest elevation III which (be tin
of hor-countrY will fall upon her (who to Lord Duncannon, but the Lon. one or two very coarse exceptions' it reached according to the fcrotiau' (,00101Dr.

inonly unfortunate) for the guilt other don Juurnalilt..peak disparagingly both LATE FROM NEW YORK. was perhaps far better than legislative calculation was between 3j 'na 4 miles Ned
busbat of the letters and their effects.FRANCE. sneaking is in a State as far cast as Massachnsotts and after being in the ait 'for one boor for
I lure tried to persuade her that her The shin 7Voy,. Capt. ALLEN and The tooth is more extemporaneous end three Quarters it descended into bat its
fears are ill-(onnded; but she will opt The Jfowmal'dt la Marine tt Colo liDO Ibiptngcliiue, Capt. UALSST' (io than Ibo North. Hero man J.I J..the ocean about 10 or 12 mites beyond
be convinced. She received us in bed nice I )"Marshal Cabuzel has received tho offing) arrived yesterday (,0m New can make an imposing and eloquent the bar. Mr. E. was relieved from bis' novasktflg

with every circumstance that would i in;- letters from the principal iuhabi* York. having left on Tuesday last. I I speech who would utterly fail in writing i perilous situation and his ballon saved,' tldedi n

Merest ear sympathy, and her sufferings tania of Algiers, announcing that they Wo received by thoso vessels, the N. one or in penning 8SIl). without much injury by a piUt boat that a
worn eloquent that I wished myself had appointed M. Mouguin to bo the i York papers of that morning, but have The day after the rising cubs Convention came to his assistance. poly

ber brother, ,have a tight to become Delegate ot th* colony, chargedvith not been able to obtain any paper ol.Monday. news roachcdj the city ol the For ourselves we can see no great take quar"I It

her defender. At it is I, hive ontieat- their interests in the capital.11- death of one of its members the Hon. benefit in these frequent asceasipaf, as aadits
ed her 10 enable rae to give her pi oofsbf A vessel had sailed front Calais for The ship fJphtut, Capt. BunsKLT.h James J. Greene of Koana, County they seem unattended by any diseovs- bet

my friftedsbip. Could I forgive AN. St Potersbur h, with" mechanics for Arrived at N. York from Liverpool', descendant from Visginia, and from ties of science worth the peril. Tbey out of
1 card for sacrificing his honor, reputation, weaving net lace, and us many English btingiag dates of the Idli ulr. branch of the'same ,family which bore gratify curiosity, and that is the most RucheperpoE
and duly, I could uut forgive him for weavers with their families. It appears{ 1000 shares U. S. Bank Stock,sold at Gen. Greene of Rhode Island the that can be said in their fvor. Bat
acting a part that must have forfeited that a French Merchant is about to in* N. York- 29ih lust at 108} a 108!, cash officer of our old Revolutionary second front the emotions which the sight out (

the esteem of so fine a woman. At pre tiodoce Ibo manufacture nf this article to 60 days and interest. nimy.; Ho rests from his o.rlhlll- produced in our own minds, wo do cot commoa
>. spot she almost forgets his crime in her into Russia whore English Cotton suited Judge DUVAL it is said has determined bors. wonder at tho interest which lOW part
"...,,.. ,= misfoilimes; and her horror at the guilt for its fabrication has just been do to resign his office of Jubgo ol the The President of' the United States scenes excite. At the time when oar ingjnally -

: f of the traitor, is lost in fill love of the r.rood to be Emitted without tho pay SupiemoCouii o.. the United States. I has set pift to day for Washington attention was first directed to it, the saD pl.ce-

I .. .' .9'J man But a virtuous mind cannot long ment ol any dUI,. The ship J/cnry Eabank(\lot'< merl\Y the Virginia sweat springs where bo will haJ set, yet shone upon the balloon, when

esteem a base one, and time will make SPAIN.. ot this port) Caps WILLIAMS-was lefj stay some days The Hun Judge &Ic- and sava it the appearance of a brfgftt r rWI
her despite if it cannot make her hate. According to the 111P-allcc.oUOII from at Assahan (Sumatm 13th June with Lean of Ohio is now here I star of the first magnitude at an tier/
-Fr.. the Alexander Ianil.C the North nf 170 piculs coffee bnaid. holding
Lifepf( Spain Gen. Zumalacane- on court for the district of. Ten lion ot about 40 degrees from tbo>hors-
*;.f. tits.. ., J'M .,Hamilton, hit ton.TnmtltU. guy, the Carlist Commander was act* I The following notice of the death, of' nessee. western zoo, at the position which we occupied; Anta.
lag on the offensive. Besides Viana and Mr. GniMKC, is taken from the N. Yak and this appearance grew fainter and iQ

S. Caxttt forgers, the C..rlisllla" made an attack I I Commercial Ado: New Treatment of Ckohra.' -A writer J. fainter till"it was toss-ao the sight ia a cost the
.. A 'LmsoN FOR Bora.-A lad from on Tolnsa a place of some importance I Death of Mr. <7rifa -'.-It is with DOcomm'on in the National Imeligencer, for circular shadow that seemed darker baa I"r&f.1
Bucks e&uoty was placed. a.s an apprentice having a considerable garrison. emotions ol. sorrow that we are whose respectability the Editors the surrounding sky. Aad.tke u'ec- -,
to -one of the newspaper ciffices (jn end the key, we believe to Rodils communications I compelled to announce the death of she makes the following suggestion in vouch reto lion, that ia that apparently little fpu J lei .

this city-a few years since, whose short. with the South of S p 'rasp lion Thomas Giimkf, or s. C. Ifo died tion to the coring of this dreadful dis at. such a perilous elevation from theeaitlt Clltist. 'th
career furnishes a striking evidence of Fiomthat it is quite evident first of iasoorul ,
ROe Cholera at Givynne frrra about ease. His reasonin8'oPPoars ptmtibleand 1 a toman being-an to
Slue RMWj&le "consequence of boys in dil has not made so much progress io 22 stiles front Columbus, In Ohio on t the experiment, which mind-was enclosed occasioned few- ;* f'Ute.oa
dulgieg in -irregular practices., His evil putting an end to the Inlure ItCIDa as his Saturday the llth inst. Ho WAS on his cannot be injurious, should be made: fags which wo have no II IIJ II II'.to. da* Q
habits bad ikeir tirfgio in &u inveterate friends wished and that Ziimalacarre way frpo Cincinnattl: to Columbus when "It bas occurred scribe.-C uU"on Contr *
to that
fa tJ..... for running out-at nights, which guy still in a situation be wall me. a vet* Roa1UiM.
give him attacked thai disease
.a by In tboIticrf' useful auxiliary mlu! [the found i ia tho .
., w as asMtter of course, made- him ac. vast deal of trouble If not to make the d before physicians could arrivewas employment of Oxygen gas io the treatment A slip from the Near York Me".n. .. bri .

9uaieIiJ with vicious boys of bis own contest doubtful. in a state of collapse,. from which of Cholera. From the coldness ., says:-Letters Irvin the West 8Vi
p site. such at are witnessed every night, The Spanish bill of Rights has final all efforts to raise him were 'Ineffectual' the patient and his livid' i it t is Coast of Central Aawriw oflhi ISta (fC'Gerae
,oungkf about the corners of oar stieots, .ly passed.A 'r Ills object in visiting Ohiowas in part to' eanifes that the weakened aspect action very of of Jane. state that the civil war was still
tben. sweat.( and dtiakin k. He fell 1 Pails paper of the 18th of Sept. roost The
HC meet his brother the lion. Frederick the heart dote not propel the blood with raging ia that country 700 BHO boo;
:. any iucclalmnbly into their says: '. Grlmkr, n Judge io that .Iatoi' and In sufficient farce through the l lungs lo be then marching on Leon. Arevolauea iilb
Utbkt, ad soon became a wortlilets Instead of a sudden and complete ,re*, part to contribute to the success of its duly broke out at St. Salvador oa tho 11 .a-Iei!
oxygenated There is therefore
lea.JC ea+4 set I long si wo wane hIs volution which ,* tbe '.etret
was talked there as I
escape reaMiaed
of and
literary benevolent institution
i, .. He deficiency of vital beat which is veil May. Moragan, yet
weM J ie see. .etl1aec.. of the W has been as ItrovenWe
o IIl nothing but a progrettivo and had delivered wasexpectf4Mwould ,
address the 'Erode- bead but it
4 ; an ta kuowo, is derived only from this ot aflairf
la4U Itltitds fell> a victim to his own la- moderate" reform. The Gore ; scarce. tieaf*
rmoai of phetQ by 1
: Society Miami University soon 'bji superseded
Every physician understands me. M
: teasfiffftte i itdal0e06et. So far laic Isebellitidias > let
case Queen sot lie and roc
appear to : attended the Annual Convention oftcicbers Idea ra.11
may ba ealy ibat of many etbars. -tt d i in she 'least danger.' tho'6th therefore is, that io core j ttsclion I I ihwp;
have beta r .... i. o4Bt I on last. On the Wed with the usual date! of calomel fric- 1
q pr fiafias RUSSIA. Gee foely
oe severe a Mesafiy fur their' olfles \toH pepper eaabroeatioss,
I Itii
j fire had occurred la Moscow Kr eatJ'l
I k a temperance mestlog{ Clncinuatil. &c. al is LA AtKTTs'a a eerrffpoadtaee JJ .
. k .is -twined more striking from the } ,; very properly retorted to, the
cfr. by which 200 houses Fah -
L bad been destroy and spoke the 'last Ms ac '
lor tieao Io IibeJ. fishy -
It" ,rulNatase of his hsvlog beeps" btn ed. o publicsite patient at tbe aajmt Imo bo made to re r by "MhI
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t::i_', ", t i 11''f. I 1 mbll. bte&tha' the ptiro oxygen gat. I think, I (.J. t f!. : e

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typo rt. of iho Apprcnticci 1 am'of optnion testes, however a reinarliatla' .
power of"JocomotioD atia c mty k(ormattonba n received ill
that the cultivation of the Cane and can transport herself chat the Clcleat.c >* )u.lilc. .
0. eat1J'P:8 shag In the State
'reeeeoes muft decrease ; end If opt stipendiary vcr 'the, floor riih ease of Georgia. baa ,
: by sobmlubg 10 epbaid if it 1 have meetfya spa ; \
:" 'roBgitfrat hero 1 persists. }in their partial her body to a kind of rotary' notion ale altogether ceased, as to render the continuance rtaautteo CoIe .... ,. ,.
the Appioniicci Sugar'making of the restraints a free New York,will a ctiMteil'. OL'l f .
r iiy to icrnately from right to left, and open intercourse with that open i ..
,, .1atXD5T' } ntett cease ;' for they aro not doing at r y. By confining she handle of contra State no longer necessary. tail City on Monday the 10th o/Noveabernex* ..y -
as. a broom It U tiers tore resolved b,the Mayor or es pool after aa asuiublerooa daabe proctir* .
fonrih of their former and.AI
.Of&Il la between her
nn *
f chin
present and shoulder dermeaofO ed .
she no..ffijo
and can City of St. Augustine, that the ab4)1lted .
ease bour and no examples made of thorn." sweep the floor with considerable dez waohtipaa passed forthat purpose by tho City.( school stude&tat.if; desired by pareat*) .

":;;. AuoD a -- terity. She ran also ait erccr.lean back Council oa the 87th day 01'Sep tembe r lost, be,J will be fitted for admisssoq i ia advance at least .

tAem, and 10I' Froth private letters ream Ponsacola) or rock 'herself hi a chair and, they hereby are repealed. ,two yean, into any of the;colleges of New.Eogi .. f. '
the as well as any Passed October land or New York. The classics will be 0.
31st 1834.
.iII .1 par.
itAtlkor stla wo learn that that city la visited by an other person, and when sued in ..
any thing is gf. ANTONIO ALVAREZ Ms I connexion with the higher braaehea of .jXEoalish.
rIa,, 4ortes,.to the aceauntmk Epidemic fever which proved fatal lo von her, sho taken sign for it to be JianM. 'Ootttp, Secretory. s''> yr And at tho request of parents oa _

and I wurartsir thirty five cases, during the month of placed on her shoulder. If It bo EDiIiahvane will bo adopted !ercluwTely. .

"Ir.1iUcd by the. September. On the 8th int.: there were solid article of food she any Satisiaclory information having been received The subscriber treats that any defiebnelee> .
rib rats it from that the Yellotr Iron _
t or Strangers fever rising his inexperience will be. abundint- .
-' airy. sate acct eppCatll 1101'- thirty cases or fever remaining, though this situation. She Is rfull and plump 'vailing in the City of Charleston recently haves*pre.far' I supplied by the presence and counsel his

tee &kp intB4Uk osiers no death had taken place on that day habit, healthy) and potseues a tcmatka subsided,if it have not, altogether ceased as to (father who has passed many of his years in the- "

.,blot esl _II Iicer ntid it was supposed that tho disease bly lively disposition render a continuance of the restraints upon a successful inrtructiort .s of the young. The con '

,row ak" I art-*anent! was fubfidjpe. Among the deaths we The abovo statement is true in free'intercoarse with that City no longer necca tinaance of this institution will depend mater!*
recti ivclmtil- every aary. airy en the p3tro nge with whie.'i: it may be fe*
ttesct I Ie tegiet to announce that of Mn HyrdWilli parti cular, as wo can well attest Therefori be voted the
p.ar of 011'0 having it resolved by the Mayor and! by citizens: of St. Augustine during.
ter te, or the *. wife df Cnt. Willis, Navy agent I seen her several times and conversed Aldermen of the City of St. Augustine, that the the cilium, sir months

,J r Wie t"J"a, uRI at PcruacoU---a lady whose hospitality with ber.-ButAtr(ordton Spectator.TALLAHASSEE resolutions passed fot that purpose by the City: Terms may bo known on application to himat

ee itJabne h,,rid. tins made her gcno'ally known In Flori( Council on tie 87th day of September last,be the bqarding house of Mrs. VVhitehurst

.d1folJDUURY, da, and who Wa distinguished for the Qv.4.-Union Bank' and Passed they are, Nor.hereby 4,1831.ANTONIO.repealed.,. 'I Oci. *, 1S31.UlcctUm. THOMAS P. ADAMS ai-It t'

etsty oft he Tt.sur virtues rind accomplishments which clia of .florw4-\V" loam that Col. Gam ALVAREZ, Mayor. p

ractrrise and adorn n reoobrican matroJ. ble lias effected, a sale of one million of, JAJIIS M. COCLD, Secretary. for. SberlH. m .

;"rrJlccs tit 11 Mobile Com. Reg. Oct. 11: dotTers 1>f the stock of this Bank. It lieipncted I; PURSUANT to the powers vested me.,
rCffft creps, pat info) sa y' '. to go into operation the latter E. KITE and War. IIAGER. notice is hereby given,
4 dI of the Itn. inform the Printers of that on the second Monday of November next S
I fall far Vneering for //ovses.-First feive the part of November or the. 1st of Decem RESPECTFULLY '
at the In '
County Court the .
to whom have'long City of 8? Augustine
) house they room -
I :er fJrertlioo ins r a fiors n rinse theaiing of one Inch thick ber. Besides the general' prosperity been individual known as established Let., an election will be held for a Sheriff for

Ther.ne .IVon the out seasoned boards and then make a which the prudeut use of capital will ter Founders' that they have now (formed co, the County of St.Johns,to supply the vacancy- '

t' .brtft ItItnrn dassn lIy the. cement nf boiled plaster of Peril und produce, we may now calculate with partnership said business, and hope from occasioned b, the resignation of.Joshes Jot :
surds, which' rub in of the their united skill and experience to be able to Kll, Esq. .
d 1M tar, n quantity sharp sand (or certainty on construction of i rail .
been' greatly give full satisfaction to all who may favor them < JouN.M. FO&TAXC,RAXO* Stain and.MrcttACt *-
trarlrJ, h I' whit i it better still the taring of,a can to St. Mark for the ". '
ayllajtro, way ; early comple., with orders' '. :< USIVA are appointed injectors, The 0 ,
t rye rams Collia t| tot linn,) and let it be trowelled smooth ; lion of which proper measures will bo The introduction of machinery in" place or polk-wiU.bp openc at 9 o'clock A M and close tf,

r idtrlbt, (Inns the when perfectly dry give coat of paint. immediately ad oJ1led.I the tedious and'-unhealthy practice of casting &\? o'clock I* M. The'!lreriR+ri0' extend and.. ,

I the C'luerpillU'hid.! Mv opinion In, 'this mode of covering I I typo by hand, long a desideratum by the European provide tho necessary coavenirnctes. : .. ,
and American Founder. American Given under hand at the City of Sr. Ac
in by my
aranro gu'ul .
.. ,&tit; Iinti'fMi is pr'fnrnlilo tn all others, fur The Schooner Philadelphia[ which ingenuity and a heavy expenditure chime |I I gustine the 5.3th day of October 1834. ,

IfO"IfI plltDl.llnDJ.IfIIC rlieaiiontf, and perfectly secure from sailed from Arkansas, Texas, on. the and money on the part of our senior p partner ELIAS B. GOULD .

< yea rt ptI'I, the prurpects fin*. Try the expn,iraent.-Bait. Far- 6th fatty arrived hero this morning. Site first successfully accomplished. Extensive: use Judge County Court
It been any thin= ba> on boanl about 40 of the machine cast letter bat fully tested and .'&//04ns Cou."',, -
Wer um mmu- emigrant hpasPngers .
established its in -- .
:1fitC.This carthseyexpect \ airnf ihw b",u'iful nnd; iliminu* from Power's Colony, on the Mis over that cast b superiority the old every particular: .

tttNe*cr e pi,sad thus deJa- : live animals, the Tuevi{ nr pigmy into shin liver, Texas. We lonrn from a The Letter Foundry, business procaw.will hereafter! CI r" 30 3 ;

boas their numerous 1w. lops', had just been ni'l..d to thn col. passenger on board tint they arc com be carried on by the parties before named under ST. ACGUST1NE E. F.WILLIAM

taWflt..e.", but It seems lertien nl ihft S irry Zo->lo iral' Garden plotfly' disgusted with the country,- the firm of %WHIT HACKS & Co. Their "

art cJ.-cd 10 Hppnlnlauenl.-. Thry aro tho smnllpit1 and Icait that neatly I nil Ibo colony, principally 'J mond specimen to 14 exhibits lines Pica-The a complete series Book and from News Uia. LEVI his friend GSTOt ant the re .
,be f
I tean more | : known of thn Wlmb genus, and have composed of Irish, had been tick with type being in the most modern f i jht and stylo. ,public in general that he has taken this WELL .

Art put Wi ire must expect bean caller ih. royal antelopes. Tho the (everr nnd that H number of deaths White Heger & Co. are agent for the sale of(, KNOWN; AND LONG ESTABLISHED '

iii to m agricultural aflaijf, which i I nilv ,ncelmen nreviously brought toE had taken place among them-it is the I the Smith and Rust Printing Presses which HOTEL' and baring: been at considerable expense ..
,..''111'1.11- without they can fumisli to their customers at the mmf in putting it in repairs, is now ready and ,
cIa a ; intention of all the colonists
the collection leave the ,
in of I to
lit. gl.nit watt one i will be happy to accotrioste thole who favor I l
_' Odes Bet. jufacrurer's prices., Chaser, Cases, Composition *
lie. hit lii. M'i tv, at Windsor. They I. country as s.on as hm ssible. Those Sticks, Ink, and every.article used in the I him with their pitronac. '

-- I irarr""lv ic-O'l a foot in height,' nfn who.came passengers in the Philadelphia ;printing business,kept for sale and furnished : Good STABLES CARRIAGE IlOU- ; to
I" in E". .r ivtd af N. Y 24th' uniform, f'.rl'lUh.brown color with I were more or less afflicted with fever i on the shortest Aotiee. Old type taken in SES are attached to the ,resist,. ''
1\'. rose !Ifavr<-witfi I t changeful new at 9.cents pound. CX.I The Charleston Courier and the Federal Union
.INlhu end but per
when left
''Ice' thoy "
not m-Kh thicker than a gods ague tier e N. who the of MiUedgeville' 1 please insert the above
Madrid and Part.Id Newspaper proprietors give
(rims quill; unr! will lionn-1 villi e so over a I rapidly reco'ring.-N. O. l' per. above?ureo insertions, will be entitled to five three times a week for one month and forward

JINIIf'rd WN1P.igtonnext mortilT. wflll inr-lvo feel high. They were dollars in such articles as they may select from their accounts to thi*office.
Tho of Qtu-bcc recently stated our specimen. New York 1833v Oct *2d 31-4 wMCXCKA9T
brought from S"np -,I."nd.nut. remarka mayor ? "

S.Gatttte o'yft.ttr' frlywlt bly mild and gentln in HMna/ +itlnn.v at a public meeting that the Cholera Oct.21. .. .JOI I Gilt. .n.j'
wi miHiicnt 1- ,
iw ffi&j opening Chronicle.Tli had carried off from fourteen tofftetn MAYOR'S OFFICE, I

,I1r.a -- hundred residents of that city during Auguttine, Oct. 12, 1834. J T.tlua. $T. I.VGt' fISL
W* lNGft.fH. O.I. 21, 1834. the FOR SALE AT HIS STORE re ,
of tho 14th present year.The
Nashville RepnlVcan is That HAS
JlI"Wtrr aba w,, the bearer of deroasrr J ,PUBLIC NOTICE hereby given : opened,) in aat rtment of goods
intt. contains the following unpleasant -- Election of the City of St.Augua ota SUPERIOR QUALITY, which he will '
Mier mri 41 Madrid, hast inIelliE.mrp: widow "f the great navigator, '. tine for Mayor and Aldermen will bo holders at sell at a small advance shore the New York .

t 'kit cttT. dating the prevalence T& fcurnf. Yostcrdayreninvthf Cup CO"K it Iililiving! at that advanced the Council Chamber in said city pursuant to pricct-I will keep OIl hand HATS, BOOTS
Coders, and finalized himself Hermitage of 100 : } law,on the second Monday of November next SHOES and GENTLEMAN'S \VEARL'lOAPP
he jtJe&iigiUe attendance at the onf of die hermiragA was ago years. The poll for the reception of votes will be open AREL.and rat.OCA other :articles in tho

.It..hi. pattern performance ditrovnrrd to be on firennd nil attempts j from nine-in the morning till five in the after. clothing line, for WIJTTXX and srxxxa dres.. _'
iMats deaes (totn which hired lo strait the or"ef'is of the flames flro."inl -_ noon. and 90r Gentlemen'clothing m Jo to order, and -
STcnit Aavotr, SAMCIL Noavnaor
lathe '" andwarran

ifico with molt/.lli.II. miner
the entiro e
(vueall8&11 rcc fl. lit this fearless unavailing I Esquires are appointed Inspectors ted to FIT. a -

,.the af<0ftisli.r| .1 mnli ni the exception of th. room attached to Sch. 8. S. Mill', Southwick Charleston, 30 for said election. Oct. S3, 31-tf.

ito s.ni.rrl.VhPD the the northern end and used as n diuing hours, Merchandise and Lumber. ta V. Sanchez ANTONIO ff ALVAREZ. Mayor.% .' )

I BfrtttH In this city, 111 1832, ,n"lft. was in n few hours consumed. and other. I'aitengtn; Mr*. Cha Mae j!; bfjapel'lor Court-Cast Florida GREAT NATIONAL WORK. .; .
Wrtrtad fUroa Th valuable fnrnitnre in the lower story AUislert child and nurse,Miss Diddle, Mr. M. AMERICAN SAOAZlIE.
Stackleberg' ex fortunately saved though much Cohen and 4 children,MM Burr & nurse MrVotfe *., IN CHANCERY.
Ae tlft in a similar manner, was & 2 children. Mis. E. Hayden, Mr.j Elizabeth Bunch Of Useful and lnttrtiting\Knciclrl\ ;ctia

urn Mcowte-ring the mot nun.trf'Ws.a4 pr nkpn irtfl ntherwtsf. injured io cettintrJfOHf. !. Covert Mr*.Keil child and slater Maj. J.S. .. 0 be illu:traUd 6, numerous E*:rc.bings. -- __ .
assuring the most* da- That In this a.cotnl .ir ry wn.w imie, U.o. A. It 8e"ant. Dr. T. ActennamMewrs. Thomas II. Dnmmett,Dsuglas Dommett Ciee* .
bleolictt with tmd rstnnd chiefly tlestroyed. The 8. Leonard C. n, BUI, 't.to. i*_*". lv U. Mannings, Samuel McCartney, Alexander *
m+ no oilier appa.itut tVo ,d to hav neen communl- O. M. Keels&.servant, \Vm G. Karr, E. DC- Gordon, Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph bY THE;
rat el+ shin of ta tiippos .
pct assuaging agony matt and D. Hurlbert.Bch. Lawton & Charles Lawton. ,
aHtfiatHtr be gloom tvhicli lurLed rated to tli* roof bv he'falliner of a spark Dolphin D6wne, Daiwa H d p. To MOTION OP TilE COMPLAIN. BOSTON BERWICK COMPANY.. ,

,.tba of lite dying. from on* of she cWmnnva, and there be master. t ON solicitor, and it having been mad to THE success which has attended the publi

In, .t Ihlt time n lighi hreein 'from- the,I tLLaED.Sets. 'appear by affidavit._Tad the said Cicily 0 OD of the Magazines from the English

We tort North West the prngrM nf in- flames Agnea Suraiejr Charleston. I Munnlng, Samuel McCartney, Alexander Gordon Press, his led t. preparation* fcr issuj a
seen baking and cooking rapTd. The nnmoma Sch. Topic.Smith, New York. Nathaniel A. Thorn, Joseph Lawton Iliad t periodical more particularly ***! m tt6e wants
e *ww the iflrrnilon of II,. Nett were nroportlonablv Bashrod Houston do. Charles Lawton reside out othe Jarisdiction and taste of the American public-while u nui ,
of tho Bch ''
*tofcfcHi for to wprrirde the enmm.s n and viliiiHw' private papers Sloop Eliza, Hanford, do. of this Court i the laid Cicely G. Munruage in be the object of the proprietors to make tie work' ;
S it will neverthe- a
its title
I what ,
*w for Prwldent were n'obhly all preserved. AaaiTxn iir .!. lonir airca. soma part of the Weal Indies, and the aid Alexander strictly /" ,
cmiry well interest its .
Purpose, as as leas contain all articles to
j patrons
tilt ft UUr now in ft Wi need nai ndrl that tI.ttnl has Oct. 311t. Sch. George &, Mary, Wilier, Samuel McCartney, Nathaniel In Magazines. '
best us* bakingin occasioned Oils community deep and New York 6 day" J', mit trf, John L. A.Thorn Charles Lawton and Joseph La. which appear foreign!
of been en'ered
have into
6 !
'ei by Extensive preparations
of '
mean reflnt
hwl.V others.Sc ton in the United State. It i i. ordered that the
and 9
D univewl ,.. Dogffett I both with artists and authors to furnish.! :;"Von all
.left r.cr five above named defendant do and answer
/ I1. Wratu> it con lmr.|. Saluda, Buddington, New York appear and illustrations ofI
of the Union drawings
rt for the laid complainant bill of complaint on or before parts
BAiag by the rf flPC,jon Of' heat which tEe !
m.-\V. pasiengcra.A I I every subject of Interest putHshers
Manufactured by the twentieth day March next, otherwise
Ltl its Hat | .__. ___ 0 will eAahlp them IMUS ,
Hfwwfcy utter the. tin baker confidently believe to a
& the said bill will be takenpr" confctto against
of Kenton
1Ihllfd,ceftimt in in r okinc and b1lI I hu' cifltimo'l the model Cots & jSattrasses. <,them. work honorable to its title and acceptable to the '

1i.g Me quickly and "reclly-in| I 1Ii1','< Mich'me AI 'h -ir Stnreand were few very superior COTS and l\IA T. !I And it is further ordered that 1m order be I'American people.

'tcWitr the' eiMnil air-in much ul 1ea'ftd vlth the ingenuity of hire TRASSES for wle. ,Apply to 'published once a week until the said twentiethday Tho first number of the Anaencin Mngazbc;
s tuft inking 'r'vahe. Near ,the.boiler is ace. J. BALDWIN,at this office. of March next in the Florida Herald. Da- illustrated with ibout twenty spendid er' raving&
17 amount of fir I fthreiof will on or before the first of September
dash- of appear
Ivndrycal ,er.fivrr.'provided with fed St. Augustine, this 16th day September
'fir' charcMl continued between
bcinp .I1 ici nl to FOUNB.dT&N 1834. and be monthly containing
ttie Wf a da** I0aTi.s ofhreiidapliwl ) era on the inside, ho unlike those ot a tie beach near Diego Plains a FIVE'O' B. A. Pcftuu Solicitor. 40 and 50 imperial octavo pages urm be. file
centre conv81'Ihn rushed the low price of two dollars annum .
III n. | for chnrn. A plpo in .he CANOE. Tho owner can REID at per
BJI jw leer
any ; It will comprUcrorlnita
M well| calculated for cooking r I II unamfrnm the holler to Ibo enjen The [ have the some by proving property and pajriaa Judge Sup. Court Dltt. E. Florida. and Biographical Sketches of di.. "
era or dar in which the nap is'rlaced.. CELEST1N0 LKONARDY r A true -Attest, .
arVrt. in the. expenses. ( copy tinguished Atn 'ricana, Views of Public lint
I.. An': ot.n air, us in the nnrk man is released from having his St. Augustine No,.3. J834. 33-Iw:.' K.B. GIBBS Clerk. ding Monuments owl fcnprovek.eatt,LandscafoScenery "
its sit p rnnrit y. for tho the Sept.85,,1834. 27 -6mCoanty '
.r hands rat nil In the hot water, as was Classical ScliGo t' -- the andlcsa vaiuMy* jj btauty 3''
o.k'Aland and !
conking over the old plan and by the Increa*. Cailisb which mthit country, will form 91 an:Mring '
eItO'p :ese nn the HERBERT recently from Am. o.rt-D..aI COBlilf
i in |,t fakn| |: Trot article is rendered I source of Instruction and LrVifcsuen eiifT* R ,
+ .rte,01 the fsel 1 whirl that I sed heat, the finish of the do GEORGE Mata, would inform the In the matter of the Estate of Robert Pritchard vings and tho descriptions of the: eiuract aa- ;. '.
--ill o.t t iule I req..re. ,I much more complete and inhabitant of this City, that, on Monday next, I and Eleanor Hall! DeI bite &e of Beast Birds H bci u-i Lw ectu.
$*hl-wed! nr on h..e'tftr. fcanf. he will open a School in the home of Mr. Sims I NOTICE OFDISCllARGE. together With ct,ery subject cj ir.ctedri,h. tic
8keto g fliiiy| moved from Their half have a very handsome ap eon Sanchez for instruction in the common PERSONS INTERESTED WILL Geography History Natural ai.J Ar ifii.-v: resources '

," place and pot fut r.r.h. way 4nd !save no doubt tho 1mpfnVfment branches of an English edacaiion. The Latin I ALL to take Notice, that six month of the country llu.triu-! jn a .mlfMw ,
t reAUlrt. for use.-B tktrtttla. pearancc, we iceablo to ttap"Llit aDd Greek Language,and Mathematic,together 1 from the publication hereof the subscriber ad and proper maom-r. ".REE IAN HL'>T, '
,w".. will provo ser% with English studies of a higher character JDiAiatratDr or the several Estate of Roars Agent of the Boston Iht v\irk Oouip&uy, 47..
4Nl. and we hope proVH profitable to will also be taught to any extent which the. pro PaiTcniKD, dec. and Etxurok II.LL,dec will Court Street Boston July if) 1831. z
themselves.CtNctNifATr. fieieacy of the pupil may render deiirable.Pareata 'present his accounts to the Honorable the Judgeof GOEditora throughout the United S'var ':,. ,'
1 Caltr e.-.Floe burs residing in tho country who may the County Court of Dnval County for seats who will give the above Pmnpecttisa few -nsertloas .-

&ed MI years before nor Sarioor, -Oct. 18..-Chaj'era.-- Wish to und their children into town to icbool the, men, and will then and there also apply to the in their rtspe'etito papers,and *0.14 ilt" : : "', _',;
II rite tree of Balers, tn 01 in Athens has again been can bYlpeeial request place them under .aid J Judge to be discharged from his administration .. copy containing the acme, stall Its eiHH* done sir 'r
- This of tho welt 'of the Instructor. the ,
.red courage particular care of said Estate; JAMES flALL.'Sept. yenr's subscription to vumc.r sz r
sac or about liny cent been like that intend for the ,to devote "
a ; : among ut; and its visit Mr. IltaaEBT 32, 3834.I 27-Cm -- .
IWtftll fire r(>nl.. When MaBof whirlwina. For many weeks It had himself exclusively to the instruction of* BMMSB HMMa iMSSMMMM t MVMM* MMW i M _MBtt i .NOTICE.A .
rqgMareies "hi Roman a all youth and trusting much to hi* former expert* For Hale.
jEdiHaalffdandfifiyyoara i
almMt entirely disappeared and we ; unremittad awn i LL persons having demands sennit the-to-
before Satdrdayeyeralia* enc in teaching he hope,by SUBSCRIBER offers for .ale his, A. tate or JOHN PUNCHAK. dec. vrpte.ent
.. lie re4 eed the price of wheat felt secure but seized un and died- cation and exertion,to aeeure tW a each permanent patronage; Jtl'tutJon. aa TilE and lor, equated in Jacksonville, than duly attested and IJI penxMis ardebred

Is OM ae the 8lOiiot dividual were persons, will warrant his making St.Johns river E. F. Tho house ia two stories I to tudTesure are reqalrfai tu make in- ,, .x ,. E. :.
heath t.
fq !ea coats the t Or tot. fir from the day before In perfect and to Ifoa. ; Jot L. SMITH, big A.Airotaaov high fifty three by thirty feet with kitchen end I mediate payment to .,, ,
peck. of asjttanco' Refcreaecs loti PUNCHAI2D .. ''r'
with ,very advantage A. PUTWAM, Efiqr >onthouse eligibly situated on a corner -
B. Y
tae&eal aid From that dime, for the TERMS-EmgliahStudies and ,per Quarter i Terms will be made accommodating to the.par Sept. lp,18U.8w: A Jmt'xbe ''" ;
etts K 25.-LatII from J- four honrs scarce an lioutnailed t f5 00 thaser and payment may be made fa cash 01 -
-. BPSI twenty' 1 i I. D. HART td I Claims Ifader they 1IIalla A"UtIe 4.:
*e arrival of the' Dthltlt I heard of some new case ; Classical do 110'8 00 negro property. Apply to ,orFRANCIS -
b bat
1'V'Ifler.' Cap.t.Owly ( '.''muuh we tilt Monday Bill become doc,end are to be presented, at RICHARD,JriSept. Subscriber will reeeire Claim under
runt T'liE
( Sawrda afternoon .S3 1834.Ssperlor aad will hw
flwt, ruse of the '. I the 9th urticlo grva p.r.tint ,{
have ill middle
e lecrived the C the quarter.To .
el"II "
tar Moralot It thus continued ] entering after the commtactment J attention to their aojntmeat boforo she profstribunal. tI
\iftf'1tr yr 14th s1t. lllac11fldoallIt pafcSf i".tII I Having had some experience,rut! be- !
i that tia eighteen or two of the quarter the balm efily will be charged. I eJlrt-EaI& '
r'H ate et Wett India afairr, ; then stopped ', tJ St.Augu1tB. .'Nor. 4ht 63i. 13 tt I COUNTIES OP ST. JOHNS 4 MOSQUL, hag thoroughly acquainted with the name and ,
yoet't akttt.f the policy of th i Grey &t I TO. circumstaaee of these claims whatever business

41a;. ,...i;_ U bad at present tied *e J B t'lIOnlilltlrJ '/. t ....The Flsal sad Last NoticeTHE ,', I CLXSX'*,Orncr, Sept S7th, 1834.PUBLIC of this transacted destrfption with may fiuthfumcs be entrusted.* to him will .-r=. t';

!pet to t4d, that no prospect ot on has. I number fthe Baltimore Medica'' ..Sdi Subscriber fetesds to leave. &ls City! NOTICE I I. hereby given, That E. B. GOULD. I

w. eafl ji tty| be ioticipated. i! Surgical Journal contains an .,i the last of the presentments, cad will!;: Court for said counties will July Id, 18. ,. 'r" '. ,

W.glee dew anetlract from a !I.t. which t a singular be absent four or five weeks;and b'ina'd u I,be adjourned over (rest the SECOND Monday' !
M receired represents make his return as Territorial Tax Collector I iaO 'rOBERnextatheTIIIRDMOnd1y'to ,
by a commercial hoee io twenty )carl,to NOTICE. ,
In woman, BOW DECEMBER following t end thai all persona I
as a young before be lean,request
laser. with which we have ben par ef living ID Asbevillf 1 N. C. She for 6t Johns who bate Cossty cot poM their tu for this :bound to appear at the said October term will be lg IX weeks after date I will*apply to the Hon. ; '
Ifij "*.e4 ate, of both ;tisgt till, last the of the Court of Sr.Johns :.
| which corroboratwfciletw born platerY ,dcstituto to make m she t0tb insuor they I jeqaired appear at the time mentioned Johge Couaty
" was coal year, ) pajrmeel '. will take duo. for letters of admJeirtradea the estate
f t1te"" of tHe Cow and the situatiofl efwblcha II will be dealt with accorteg to law. of which all' persons interested County qn
legs, R'
arm of UEWadeeUI ;
"... 3..J0YNER.Toriisorial tic.
.. ,lt indicated by e.irto Bf project T. CeHeetoi. By ordt of the I -JAMBS PELLlCIERit ; ;:,
.1181'11..". Utb Seat., 1831n iU being,'in f net., a .nn Bt. Aueuttino NOT.Na 1631.- """ .. '. Jodee.S.. 'B. GIBBS, Cl'rl 8eft It, 181.4G, r '
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iaaJaitloa to. ir of&e\VaUtd\ It.t".1 CLAIMS
; -- -- of the unfoiianite king, the axe :AN ORDINANCE __... ,
: e& led ordbsnee to provide a of Ji-Ii mm rartsrr I1Ruua ..airrB..u&"LI: :
JlOJIftL.P' Ti. wai.wielded and the mask was worn by iattodncsietAa of raaUf&ast and pe stilea I the Uaked Stales of Amerl :
I 1 c -, great grandfather George Stair wbo'DO" I ease late the City of St. Auguttiao" tad ask! known that Dltts tttrr OF XUBT r1,8IU8A. I
ILL &\ from tie Soutler St Sad. your addresses you.,-En+Ihsh, ,al" the 17thof June 1831 bebttd at foWowlnjUnd'ead At Ctembejt SWA Avg 1834.1

Ali traveller baa remarked that when I r See. 1. $9itrtfhf* trrttrrlr /VJerltIiI, at the pe -ro.rJC: > il hereh'li'el. IIItt .
English of A Mr. .Alder.,.'fJ1! 'I, C' .f St..AuP' for the tale ol the under-. J.. t.
Americans speak ofhe1' tatye character enough r one wan.- g uHfJrI'ped"preparM .
10' .
Glory shall bo assigned! to 'e dt to nits ....
-', Kngland and their tbe own last country word. right"Instinct or wrong is agreat Smith, keeper of tbo Prints iu the Br'stisti warda one Alderman of Aid city, whoso duty shall bo at TAiUsusssi,'on the such CLAIMS for ?oftea ottH..... ?
will hero the
they matter," aDd it llustrated 1ft the following ; Museum, on oleo occasion gave f that the atreeta and lots embraced next for the ditpo- Troops cube Uoited State* i ia lite
thouchtt.excited by, Mrs. Hemah' beautl- the following nccovnt himself. : ward be kept clean and free from filth within' the undcrmcn- year 1812 and 1813, at have sot ... '
Exousn. Hot," some other matter which may have tendency and fractional townships, to feJbro been presented.
Ail and elevating verse to Toi "I can boast otteven: events; this the Ju4 sd
THB AMERICAN BOY. of which great men, might be proud tnbto shall have or cause power disease to enter i and end for go into : line,and west of the nral tliU District, or ia which the e.w_ ,

Look up my young American! of-'I received a kiss, when a boy from within hi*ward,and if any pool oT water be waswitfr held in toase q neat e of the de.
Stand firmly on the earth the beautiful. Airs Robinson; was patted in any lot or street or ally bounding the range S, cfcion ontho Secretary of the Trewry
Doctor Johnson hero if filth, weeds,or other matter having & 2 of range 8. bat sadrcUiras were
Where noble deeds, and mental power, on Clio head by ; any not provided
dency to cause sickness and disease be I ?,of ranges 9, 10, IK Vie, by the Treaty of 22d t fer
Joshua Reynold's
Gire title moro than birth. frequently held Sir the rein,or in any house or out beano or i February i ISI!) b..
spectacles partook of a pot uf porter within aid lot,or in the street fronting i range 15. tween lice Governments of the United
A hhllowtd land thou claimed! my boy, with un elephant; saved ladyllamihonI leg; any lot to notify the occupier or owner i ra nge 4 6. Stales and Spam.

Hy ear1Y'lrugtle. bought i I from falling when .Ibo melancholy news of to drain off fill up cleanse or : range 28., Each claim will be p rel'curd in lite ,
Heaped up Yo it11 noble memories- I i reached! her of Lord Nelson death same forthwith, in uch a manner aid or to I << 1 and tonih'p 5. of : form of a Petition. in which the I'cli.;

Aud wide-aye, wide thought. throe limes conversed. with G cor go she 4ircct place a-*and the if Alderman any person giving shall fail to 4,and 5pf range of 30 lioner will set forth'articular,t ILe .;,

Third and was once shut up in a room with aid ratite for twenty-four hour 4. aud S, of range 31. nature and amount ol the fosse inltalA
On the lush! Atlcgtaa1rqt., ,, with Mr K\ab'' lion" tame ha*been given then what i It line, an J cast of met{ cd-the time at which tLI') .
Awake thy joyous song ; and by said notice to be done shall be and [us the casemay be] dw rd, .
t the
Then o'er our green savannahs stray, A Marriage Cerli talc.-A soldier tho expense of the City, and the name range 13. has not been before claim
with shall be recovered from the ml 2, ol 14. t I're.er.ted 10 the
cost range
: And notes prolong. of this
gentle lhedooron officer Judgo
,V V onto \Y his commanding occupier of said lot in a suit in the name bass line, and last: raert-- or that the ei.
AwaVo it mid tho rushing' pealOtdatkNiagara'a with what ho termed a very so- for the me of she City,before the Mayor. dente in said claim Will withheld:. ,io con
voice sinus C01nIJI.inl.Ioolbur man,' he Sec. S. Be further ordained, i I rn Mji 11 throated north and sequence of the decision or tile Srcrcta.
P s r' saul, uJJb.aided him that bo was not person who shall refuse or prevent any i Hirer, nhrange 14. ry of ihi Treasury.
Or by chino ocean river stand, munied to hit own wife whom ho ac man of the ward to which ho baa been, in .continuation, com The Petitioner will
And in their joy rejoice. from entering or going into and third .ltloitttii, tin December moreover aver
vu,cd uf being no boiler than she Jot\Yithin hi. ",vd for the purpose osal of the public lands with that nt the time of suffering the lones

What though wo boast no ancient tower should be, and called her many names or who shall prevent or obstruct his re i tbe undermentioned loan, complained ofbe! was a subjf' of Spai
.1 w Where "it!ed" streamers twine bcsiJo which ho would bo ashamed to the filth or Weed therefrom. or .I townships,to wilt and that previous to the li '

>i i The Laurel lives upon our soil,* mention lo his honor.' 'Well, niy good aame ahall be subject and to a fine offence not to line and stet of the meri said lasses iho agrot or ireur ippfnmg* at she of
dollar for each
ten every
The Laurel boy, is thine. fellow: answered the officer have youany covered before the Mayor in tho name of p 1 of range 8. United States had entered t Ea)i Florida.

.""-r proof that you nro legally married1 the use of the City. .3,4,S, 6. and 7,of range 9. The Petition signed by the pctdientr
What though "minister lifts the cross, Your honor, I have the best proof in Passed, October, 1834. 3, 4,S, 6,7, 8, and 9. i>f will ho filed with! the undersigned ,
Tinged by ti.o sunset firo ? tho woil.l.; Here the soldier took off ANTONIO will l then appoint a time for

,. .. : Freely religion' voice float his hat, and exhibited a cut skull, say ,3, 4, .5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10,+' pruofi'sn support of iho sauce receiving

Round every village spire. lo g, Does your honor think I'd be taking JAMES M. GOULD Secretary. All claims mast be
,4, .5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, of f presented within
t tho canto abuse from but| awife. one from the 3th,
} shall "blue sea"If any ; year 2< June last.
And who on
gaze yon Superior Court-East
\ thou 3.4,S, arid ol nrtf 13 Applications; will be made at tbo
must turn
away IN CHANCERY. 3, 4,and 5. of Chunjbers
14. of tho
When free Columbia's stripes and stir,, :At loa port in the west of England Elizabeth Bunch, ,.ractionallO\rllsl.ips range 2, 3. hours of Yen and four Judge in:ibe between diy. t il.c I .-
in the day?
Are floating vs.
an itinerant company of"players wciotopoifoim If. Dommett ROB r. RAYMOND REID
Thomas Dsuglas fractional township 2, Who thunders louder, when the strife' Ibo Tempest a jolly IU.Vho I ly G. Manning*. Samuel McCartney, Judge; of the Supr. Court, ...

t Of gathering war is stirred ? went to see tho play got in o Ibo boxes; der Gordon, Nathaniel A. Thorn at ST. Acecrrtst, on the Dist. East Florid a.
,L' Who range (further when the call at she moment* of Ibo shipwreck rhomporary Lawton & Charles Lawton. December next, for the di-

+ Of commerce' voice i* beard? te gallery gave way and silo ON MOTION OF TilE :\ c lands within the limit of I Patt'a?> No. Gl.
solicitor, and it been townships and fractional
company tumbled over one another in. AN ACT for the'
relief "f
certain in
affidavit That the said 1
And tho' on "Creasy''s distant field" to use pit; the sailor who imagined it apart appear minings by, Samuel McCartney, line.and east of the meridian habitants East Florid

The gaze may not bo cast, of the per for rnancr, shouted end don, Nathaniel A. Thorn, Joseph >< I: 2, 3,4, and 5, (cast .Dtadtd61lluSc.al
While through long centuries of blood hallooed as loud as his.lungs would per t Cbarle Lawton, reside out of the ) ..f raiijje ?3. and Hwtse
o f
tho olin this Court tho said O. M 4.4,and fractional Representative 0ftke hailed Statttof
Rise spectre of patt..TbeNfunr mil him. At bis return from sea, being r Cicely township
.. London i some part of tho West,Indies, and the America in Congress attcmlleJ'I bat
wake thy dreaming high, ho observed tbo play was tIre 0 I j lexander Gordon Samuel McCartney, ,and 3. of range 2J. the Secretary of iho Treasury be, aDd
And thou a note raay'st claim performed at Drury Lane; he went; icl A. Thorn, Charles Lawton and range 25. he is hereby: authorized and dirrctrd In
iota the pit, tadJ'ust as the scone be- t I ton in the United States. It is ordered 1, 2, 3, and 4,of range of
Arpiring,which in after time pay out any in the
money Treasury
fore mentioned commenced ho above' named defendant do appear and
Shall swell tho trump of(:Lmr. cJ his fool, piped all hands and stamp-looking j! tho said complainants bill of complaint :I f,2, and 3, of range not otherwise appropriated. the aOTouat
fore the twentieth day of March next awarded by tbo Judge of tbo Fujieiior I
;. Yet scene are here for tender thought- up to the gdllcrry called with a loud tho| said bill will be taken pro confetio 'ps 1,2, and 3, tf range Court at St. Aiigustine, in the Teriito-
.V Here sleep the good and bravo voice them. of Florida under tbe
Here kneel, my boy, and raise thy vow "Take care, my hearties. ; )ou'.e all Qcoo.iol I I And it is further ordered that this line, and east of Ibo me one hundred and yixtyilist auihoiity. ol tbe of
published once a week until l the aid
r" Above the* patriot'* gran.R : I day of March next in the Florida : P 21, (cut of Suvance the acts of the seventeenth Cau B rest, ap t .
I ted St. Augustine this 16th'day of proved third March, use thousand
f On Moultrie, isle on Bunker' height, Cash Mere and Men. C twenty ,
On Moamouth' heated line following. ;. epigtnm on love money or Imaniapc A. PrrxAM, Solicitor. t I. ail 12. of range 16. occasioned ,in Ei Florida'
l On Cutaw's field Yorktown' bank, is 'from the ) 12. and 13 of by'tb
on ascend volume of., RORT. RAYMOND n range 17
in she
tctra' tbs United
-Erect thy loyal shrine f' i Jacob FHjtl.ro..' ) I J"dt.S"P. Caurt, Uitt. E. and 23, of tinge IS. trorrps ce c.
1 A true copy-Attest, 6.7, av, and 23.of range:sg. States, !in the year one thousand eight
And when thou art toLl of knighthood'* I. "Let the lads oldie East love tho maid of> K.'D.0 ,Oei'l 5 67 Sand 13 of range 20, hundred and twelve and one tbottuftd l

shield, Nor fiction Cashmere f with interest clash Brpt. 25, 183 J. 27-CmHY ) 3 <<57 .nd 8 of range 21. eight hundred and thirteen, mall case
; I ol lose ship east ot St 11
And batde Far whore the decision of the said J
English won other idolatry pleases us here 234 *difJ
'I V.It UHu enlace) Wilt ol fieri '. i 567 and Col I
Look up,my boy and breathe one 'ord- We adore but the maids Mere-caah." surd out uf the Court | !shall bo deemed, by tbe Secretary of

t I Tho name uf 'Yad'rt,'''''. C. C.a' ___ __ 0- l ._._..9 K.itcrii Diktricl of Florul Superior, and to toanah-p 1 ebst of St. N,ftno| Treasury to 4>o just : J'revtefW,
The Laurel grow in ill beautiful varictieathroughout Claims Under the mint ArtIcle t i if led atxl delivered will expose to pe.It! ....; ?3 4 5 6 7 add 8 o That no awaid be paid except in the
i 1 the United Elates. The Kalmia at DPllE Subscriber wicl:! irri ive CUima under 1 1JL in 'ivut ur the court nuu.ciN tlm easy ; case of those who, at the time 01 suffering -
J the North ; at the South tho rplcndid Magnolia me nut article; and will give his personal MJKU tiueon, Saturday the 4'h day ( 3 4 5 67 and 8 of range 24. the loss
4 *
1 .. Grandiflora.Remarkable. attcntiuu to their adjiutment before the proper 'n.stbetwren the hour of 10 o'clock 5 6 7 and 8 of note 25 were attaalsab'eets of the
tribunal. Having had so'no exjierionce,and bot t and 2 o'clock P, I., of that day, the .. 1 of range 29. Spanish Government: And.provided
t L tog thoroughly acquainted with the nature and .'w a*'*tteretting antedate, circumstances of these claims whatever business I parcel of land conUng: of 5000 acres by 'law for Ihe use of Idalions committed in East Florida uc-
'fit:. oniicdo. of this description may be entrusted to him will ted) O'i th** coat side of the m'eril ( purposes will be ese!u* urea"tu the |
*-Tiie following : c w "ftv. 'found be transacted with !faithfulness. between Buffalo Bluff and Mount 'I entrance into teal P is+vinre
in a collection ifio title p'-ge uf whir E D. GOULD. I and bounded*follow* to tact the I i sod at the Cit10r Wash! of tbe agent or stoops of she United

.lostV> know not therefore upon July 1C, 1834. begins on the bank cf the river seventh day of July A D States.
what authority it rests, or how fur i its' l rutts north 72dcpree?, raM 145 idk ANDREW JACKSON. Sec. 2. And le it further enacted,
authenticity can ,be depended upon I.I NOTJ( E. pine marked H on the bank of a snail : That the Judge of the Superior Court of
I, 'f Ito story however is highly interesting. ".r. IX "week after date I will apply to the 110 n. or branch-tie 2.1 l line runs south 31 .. St. Augustine be and he is
p *' the Junge of the 9G et.aln\ hereby authorized
"Lord County Court of St.John* exit to anotht: r pine with the Gcncrand Land
Stair buiug summoned to o vet y County for letter of administration on the estate m trk-hr 3i line MMith 72 degrees ''' () : to receive, examine, and ad*
mysterious interview allowed himself of J OS>K:I'll HEWS, dec'd. chain lu atvufli- pine with tl.c same judge, all cases of claims for looses occasioned .

to be conducted by an unknown fenti. le JAMES PELLICIER. a place called Iloise I landing on the by the troops aforesaid, in one
into a remote street in the city ol West Sept. 11, 183-1. SO-6wSuperior the said, tivtr thence along the tame ATOR'S SALE. thutsand eight hundred and twelve, and

minster. Tho night teas extremely day k.j j'I'" Court East Florida. eel place of of land btgin..i'lI consisting;- of..nanother 5000serrs Irsct. -of an order issued from eight hundred and thirteen, not hereto

they slopped at ho door of o mean;house COUNTIES Of ST. JOHNS the west part of the river St Johns Court of Duval County fore presented to the raid Judge 01 in
which{ his conductor opened and she>n TO. MOSQUlCtiSK's the place called Canton and'Leslie' at I public solo at Jack which the evidence was withheld inconsequence

inftted loidship lo follow hr r. Ignorant Orricc, Sept. S7tb 1834.PUBLIC and the land.formerly cultivated by tenth day of November of ibu decision of the sec
whether the uw PcnJfte-t'Acling on the south' side the hours '
result would piow NOTICE is of 11 and 1 u rotary of tbo TrcasurJthat such claims
hereby given That| aita the Horse
lanifinjfbe tat line
un affair of gallantry or of danger but Court for said comities, will a cypress marked II on the bank of on tho premises tho 1 were nOl provided for by ibe treaty of
deierminrd t. leo i.., the Poor, withdrawn be adjourned over from the! SECOND Monday | river, and runs couth 73 degree to the estate ol. February twenty second one thousand
sword in ono hand, and a pUtolio in OCTOBER next, to the THIRD Monday in'DECEMBER 'chains to a pinr-the 3d I line tuna d 'c. eight hundred and nineteen, between

tho other, ..ccnIt'd aV narrow stair, bound following : and that all persona' degrees west 266chains to another PUNCHARD.Adm'i. Ibo government of die United Stares
eau, which i introduced him into to appear at the said October term, will be 3d line runs north 73: degree east 175 26-8w and
unobscutt .
required to appear at the time last mentioned.. to the bank of the river at or near the ; Spain: Prodded That such claimsbe
r chamber, ill-luinishcd' and receiving i- which all person interested will take due ran I said More-thence along' the river presented to the said judge in Ibo
light only flout a soil of sepulchral I I tlcr.Dr place of beginning-taken a* the is:hereby given to all per-I space of one year from .the passage of
lamp. In the farther corner of i it I III he order of the Judge, I Jos. U. Hernandi z at the suit of cited that Deputy Sur this act: And provided alto, Tlut tbo

:: sec a bed, Ibo curtains of which ho i" K. D. GIBBS, C/eri. pier. SA\IUtol.: 0'4.\IR. agcdfffoiB( tbo first of authority herein given shall bo subject

requested tu draw. A frightful phantom lI. August 27ih 1631.WrTbe until completed) in tho to the restrictions created by ibe .pro-

prrscnis to him, a kiud skeleton 1WTI.: : : nbove sale i ia postponed until section of country embra visors tu the preceding section.

cl humanity, that scarcely appealed to IX' Saturday in November. Gulf of Mexico and the:
belong lo this world,-\Viih withered; ( Hon.,the Judge of date the I will apply,; to the; -, its specially designated Estate A1IDRE1V.ITKlltSOY.
County Court of Cooaty Court-Ditval 8. : .
hand, it presented to him a variety of Johns County for Letters of Administration St.l j! In the matter of the Estate of Robert A. D. C D. E. & F.
;V 1 parchments( which hide long been sup the following estates i and Eleanor Hall Dec. with the Keeper NOTICE.ALL .

; :" 't {posed to bft lost, and whichconitrui. Rocuo Joiix, PxiscK Watonr WILTOX ISAAC DAccncs, ABRAOAII NOTICE OF DISCHARGE. rd.L it St Augustino for tbe 1 PERSONS !bating draand afttast
cd his lordship* title lo ..evo.ol'alu. I Jouif illorttr.t"dcc. Douixuo DAVIS and PERSONS INTERESTED the community I together estate of ANDREW ATKINSON,

able estates. To, ",hO'D. cried{ ho, am G. I. I'. CLARKE.WHTICEo ALL to take Notice, that six around said City, and' dee. are hereby notified to present tlacm daly aathMiti -
nftwnvtaM front
,u I indebted fur such un important se r. i Ot' 7, 1831. I'-Gw .. from the publication hereof the Anasiatia. Tho survey' too date***hereof* witW: Jr:the not period exhibited: wiaJ the said

Y ; vied To your great grand father, r ministrator of tho several Estate of also be executed under period of time, u required by law; they wW, at
plied the. sceptre, who has long let Bill PfilTcniap his dee and ELKANOX HALL. copies of which.: the expiration thereof; be turner afterwards

,, numbered with the dead but who sa ;; SIX WEEKS alter datt', I wJJI l apply to the of prevent the County account Court to of the Duval Honorable County for the hyfappplyiog to the city 1 barred.
sojourn with the living, and is now i In .,the Judge of tho County Court for the ment, and will then and there also apply Keeper of tho Archives Demand, avtbentieated/a* aforeuidttxrbe; I
his hundred. County of Dnval, for letter of administration left at the office Messrs. Douglas & Levy.
fourteenth ,.car. TIrustire JO the estate SUSANNAH on Judge to be discharged: from lib acl will enable all persons
which induced BLUNT dcc'+I. don of said Estate. JAMES SUSAN lIURPUYAdm'a.I\
me to conceal I my ROBERT ROLLINS. on this interesting su b_- $
Sept. 23, J834. ePt.10,183t.
existence, continued he, was the teat b1p Oct. G, 1831 30GPACKET 27-Gm 1 requirements are exact 1 I
vengeance that I inflicted with -' .
upon my 10Y.eeica REGULAR For Sale. regard to die ---
Charles the first. That 1'iinco SUBSCRIBER offers for llim..I.orelcroro into
THE tats
seduced and afterwards abandoned aretatoiiofoiinpt 1JB7'rVBBN 87' A UQUSTINB[AND and lot, situated in enable iho Deputies ,

x# with whom 1' was In* HARLBS7'ON.iR. St. John river, E. I''. The house is two under the taws and FLORIDA ERALD, 1

21. love, and to whom for royal treachery, l THE Regular Packet gel rt. outhouses high, fifty,three by thirty feet with )' and for the faithful IS PDBL13HD I

I thould have been man led. I have !I IBIK SAMUEL MILLS LVUAN Term will eligibly be made situated accommodating on a to which they are bound EVERY 7 1>UVRBDA,

l' ", a ; not time to detail to you the multitudeol j!: bore BOOTHWICK port*,,throughout will continue runnafeg between I tho : chaser and payment may be made in tries end oath pi' oli3 co. BfJA1U 1

t agents and tho variety of means ihro' 'I Her Cabin 4* commodious fear and negro property. Apply to T. D. .is anal again take occa
wliirh, I IrGvet '' handsomely I X. GOTOD.
i l.ougll1nd ultimately) .obtain ed'. furnished, and fitted expressly! for the accommovo B ept. 13, IFRANCIS. |' an persons having .
bringing about lire I I take with this the best the markets agOrat-Ca &i NOTICE. the> will aSkrd every FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM;
cafftfttrnpho that terminated in site opportunity to return his gratefell f A LL
thank for past favor,and to Wiele. per.onalnt.retted in the Estate officers as required by
teeee ef the monarch to the block. C* !' into of(he patronage of his friends act tho contiaa-i:I m. 8EPH M. SANCHEZ will take I then to lay down -Anmt..HT8 inserted at Os
pub that six I
this did lu I months after this date I shall
ten Dot ,
,appease m"e.entmeal. I i I impeding the tar i DOLLAR square for the first inaeraioo *
t the per
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