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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: January 17, 1835
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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f I'f,me the ScHdl Aweriesn Review.. in God bernoso sho is happy: and she plumply' asked him tbo.nature ..rhit calling is shortly expected here-so prepare ninety Ihreo'he m.fried his third wile' .
r KBASON-AN AfO. is became shn believes In God.
f n1'' ANl>. ,.,.ift*. happy and profession: ladies, ,oar sweetest smites and winning who lived fifty years with (biter sad bore
* -- To ihu round about question Mr. g.aces-a Prince-a real Prince, and a turn several children.
J: ..E""" -: t, R2n 't'rade-fly Slutn answered with face :e
Opium occasionally vis a grave and Russian Priiico in tbo burg.tin. See
, fits, 'Uklrlir II...... t upwt a drtr," lung the llcrculo, .'no of be receiving Sf,ioiis tone, that hesomeiimes dressed that ho obtains a Royal iccepiion SHERIDAN KNOWLC3.

I IWt.ra4'os. ships for opium 1 was able toobserv* gMlemcnf and l-.ditV bail (.it that time things tend that way now. We have it Tho Datcnmen nf Albany entertain

f \(. i... ,.. 'l'it{.-lief.., tw.1t"f'.UI. through tli9kirdiifs,sofMi Parry her the high cusped pouialumt hair was all il true, many fine princely fellows'of ed this great dramatist at she anniversa .

i 1 TtHt eshs'r',ntna' 1e 1, tFrF e t.Siuz chief officei, ho w this xien,ive find h* fa.bioii.) You aro a hair dresser our own, but what ate they loyour true rte dinner of ihcir patron ..in.. Oy hula .

prvar.pttartl purr luciotive'biisinem is conducted. T'M- I".,.t'Via..1!' hard ha 'do you take r.iuce.-N. I'. Star. be..ltti being drunk, M Knjwlo,. mntknowlcdging

t !tic" ptfaislsvriaest, 'sa ihs art* effected in Canton by she E,,. lilt, 'f'r lmbt.r 'I beg your pardon B BM iiaaM the honor duiio him, .f j

r rope!''n myichant, and .*ideas seu *-.sr. but I iuft ii'd II (rom what ynu suid. A Mystery.Explained. family litld :-

. J', ...".'11 Cae'(' aM t4aorsu to1Jak w. down wish the snuggling boars fo. tned I'I I lists.unk you, may I lake the libcry thus city lud lot: sonic time been tbt" in'l I .' With respect to the/ allusions, Ibat' 1)

her heart ignite; ('ivory "f the opium I root tht ditfndu. 10 Hk what you Q.e, then1-'Why, Into giCdt conlujioii by iho coiut.mi had been made to tho mal.character .

\rt Iwrf wu mere ctl rn4"4M hips; tin boat eng gt"d in this ocrup.. I I suttttimexbrukh a gentleman coat, i ringing of the bt-iU'iif& the bouse& by j: of his, productions, he bfggod leave ioustuie .'

I i Rltymt"ddio OlNl'O Of'; inn 'irermid'' with 'per", shinldv.nuiivrn o. hat anti sometimes adjust cm,a I.' some unknown lund. Sin v 1nlll..,. the j i I ahem that he would be* little .uu* '

to Put btrh't ore bHvtHW anti fair j fir** mm., in repel any attack std Ou .01; iito's valet then t. sumo onuinoi. dwelling in di.nu) : the caur of the bilious of being a draantist, did h.i not

AnJ lure t'roaw tom ucam ) sir. mad be ma-Jc uin
t /4. rin guIlt)...<...... '1'h"r". also niai
A I t..e boya toga tltf-r crew. / by H T-y Mete ....It.t r'te'j indeed' ciiNia .and \Viiicoatsfor genile heals ol the lamely ; .41 nigintall the faces I his endhdvuo ..ea mak f the humble talents '

fl'N. fled dUll huur.... ,/ Chinese figlr' very well 4 n,. .ijj.inv, u..- nsrn.s 'O.i you uron Uilnil1 Taito.! of the innidir ol'thn l'oust? bore a which it had pca| $.*d his creator to *>n-

. Gr ei"n:care they At'\n: Juu'" lea.llll.b'" e 'nr'ht t't iliC f"\Y..d flic!! .nt do I look like a lailoiT I assuro you I soniluenud mebochoiy' aspect ; .he dow him, msiiumealal in piomoiiog. a

In tinP! ..pkia .bower' I r."Ilalr to f-tci European*, i 1. S t use ..... IT :H 'idl..o a goose uthiT thao a rout.I diets ttfu ed 10 go
. ,....- IK! m roaming haM i ifll.-,1. '+dv: tit gt's tin o\t'"ipowen g on 'IMMIidi : d lino By ibis lime they were ail, all! was duo Ui m.iy ; coniiutul walking ator. Ho tern, ned his waimett tha'.kf .. j
. Thf- pride etah the vests ban., *. Tilt-so boats lIft .provided with : in i r MfVhat the devil are you amid sterling, vgiuicd and disturbed the fop ho honor done him by tho.e vno J
sails! in Addition io a numbei 'H iSMudrnttei then.t. said one. 'I'll tell you' said SIU.n rest of all. Fur sonu time this state of had i invited tim to the' family feast winch

Xa.ie with hur of goWen ewe'. c, anti they |.av- Ihiuuijit ih, 'vd.fr ; bo assured ell I have suid is liter thing continued*rar Iud noon a tree was sb j=')utly proceeding. The kindness .

Lore, "hit Ittt\\ aril I quwrry: with "clIllIcivtlblr.liud..y.{ ThrMiuiilifin .1.I > I.ur. I diets hair, brush hats andr incurious pc.il oi ho bells struck tuiror which dictated the compliment was

Au' )' t's1ynphe+ on r.diQ.1 win,.. lo.i' (have a \fU"-s lid I I. -.sn. adjust a en vat, and make coats, into their boirti. During one of tins? perfectly iu unison with what hi" h.d .

j (0iw.anr.n4( river. choice; cii-w, ran seldom or ev r ""'r w-i.tciMi. and brercho and liken'iie fearful momnnis, a servant happening to experienced ever since he set foot on .

Jj.n. 4 tin nn+Ees. reset.utt, team, take them; thishowtvarniay m |iatt, b.. b, o.. end ..bo.*, at your service.' 'Olio! pass that part of the house whuo all tbo the shires of America. Previously.

ARhyme and ltswednpa...tdudaig.Au explained from the fact ,that the guard: j hoi' and "t'oBniakfr urea ullt 'Guess bells connected, she observed, a favor leaving; England, said he, when ("idling '
bolts, (the rfvenuo cullers) 10111 ,,;u-'itit t'ouilcnu-e, I never handled a ire tabby cf her mistress busily engaged at the! panorama of iho fair city of NVw- ;':
: the: d...ue "tIfI ('h.nctJ-tb boy'. by iho Chineso gotOinmont to crui... !I....,. o hor ., hot f.'. my own feat and in pulling the bcll-ropo, giving it every York then exhibiting in London, boaakecj

Li,, it their n'I.oil; against smugglers, coming ulongiJi: fo l 1''!c"; \rt !'I l I ii-ll 151. .it ".NC.' 'U1'eay how and then a severe jot k, thus treat* # himself what reception the in habitants a

Jtll "",'. rur'P MIc jtf*, a supply, uf iho piohibiied ding, in '.' .s w "I' .ite up guf-ssing.' Alter ing na alarm in sire family which threatened ; would give him and felt assured

J "ND'. hWIIr tuJ., smuggle it llicrmohoi tutu the 1'ieait sal' ei! '<'kiij I lih l *>,,:III..r and pumping up l la destruction to their peace for her that ,it would bo at heap a hospitable .

11 un Rhjntibuniitg m a dfech, the Chinese (....pi.... Any thing uubo fie! .' i tloMf nf ijuriu by a large pinch Ciibhip's amusement. This little incident une-nevenhrlcss, .lit little anticipated, ..

11'41.4<< JtU(41IUW: urtt'd' c rkb. 'done by bit be.)' in this country, and) I 'u.stl'' *.... "-id tu th- m very gravely, ,I iii w furnishes many an (hour of that |'n the lapse of three short months, .

taxi ftal hoar, these _boats aro often rmploytd! HI '_\.*, "iiiIiMii\ '!it. I will not play the : laughter to iho ge). but for a timo be. not only there, but in Boston Philadelphia !- .
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taut smuggling cassia, treasure & .nhimd I ("-.1 wish, vim. any |.,o b er, but 1 wilt tell wildered r..mil-N. Y. :;tar. -ithich h,>d a peculiar cUtoi on -

11'ircn hit: bratvra pirte4l I European .bip' ..! Liniin, &-..; indeed t'm ".:,'>;i ny honor n* a gentleman my his galhud.-B..himolo and last tbo9

R ..trYs: ',Iii had w ikli and pott.t- I,'vciy smuggling boat heat ..,,,..a 0iium| bona fide rafrs.il'n.i I got my bread Pumpkin Apple S'auee.-if pumpkinseeds boa hast of all, iolban$ )-hu should

Ul.ya.e'apAr: and broken _nd. (rum on opium ship, Lives a payment by"' 'ing tags...*-Ho then screwed can bo nude out ubisswotnIs why be treated in such a manner as to m-ko
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And M"" ou bright or Noraty weather. 'of one dolhi Oil each chest fur ito I ,ii. cUlnftn.I'.c<', and twisted the liuea should not apple sauce be made out df him feel ill thuugit he wt-e .. fellow citizen .

Thtf twain art H'lJtfB l KC B togHlir. Maudaiius, und on the 0)1101 returnsfating j 1 I mutt of his vivigo in a manner such pumpkins 1 Ai any rate it can be made, -long known and much beloved.ti .

< reside up, the sum U "'fYtll.h'''It as S.muf:1! Fti'tte or Ohailrs Matthews and 'giusuwiuo' too if Mr. CobtisY..rks, is (daugeroui said M Knnwlo,, to
THC KNT1DEL MOTIICR Iu them; each boat leave* Altos 4I Ipaid ( might h lice n\.i d.Vheo his companion of M achusetis, is lo be believed lie .,cxpres! our ttdmiiutiou in ..hitiuo' _.. ,

ry Ckaltculriand.oxr I kunt, sh sty, or present for ihe "b.p. ol'1 *, ftfiui, loud peals of I laughter, had gives the following recipe : uf thole I I.who excite i ir, bs'cruse we
is it ,,""iLia to conceive that aan ,I five dnll..,.. The chests oftimdtug ro-nnov-d iheimolvs, each took cro Tnko a good ripe pumpkin, pare nud Ihl."by'.ftcur she imputation ot fl-i-o, y t

I oa> can be an atheist What shull I;f are opened bond; theJballsor". c.ikcsj ditto himself for hiving 'nil the while slice it into pieces as neatly resembling -the menn' of all detectable thingye -- .

>*ft up this iced if religion dots Dol'I'! are taken out, and immediately d"llui.i J: suspected, that the genllennn: belonged. quarter* of applet as you con ; stew the ii is hard io keep, \\n tht l'':ci",.g. of

i.l.in bert Tho fu'blest being in lies ted in smillmat!! bugs, brought b) them to the theatre,' nnd boy all kneho, I.um.k'1' in':* (ircparrd., in u sufiicieni she le.M, when it glow with s:lIi.c-,

ieeren on ihe; trc of death, or lots for the purpose, and town' up; being in mast bo a rommcdinn by profession, quunii'v of bwl.'d'r'de to cover ii, Cu turn. Mild g .uitudo--tp 'ci.lly at the

ker cbarni. ... ; .whn shall ftpport heruui't. '! that ray more ccnveui-ni 'smuggle: when, to their. surpnse. hi insured thorn shout ibiny 1 nunuie*-then add a qudotii momeoi iu which snow sentiments Ire
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.-ftA | lu.vnn f. cnoil ; that hnwas'nevos on the xt mud! of les ded and mtieied excited, end previous simiUi .
merI l existence! tor the sakeliir l IhpPt.i'( : !Qr. heavy- I... Them' aro ge very > upi> | q I'quilin ezpieiaionf .
tartly ';uw the inside of II plavhouse, tin Minipkin. Su w she wfioN* lot vividly rocullcr'-I'riuld not du
beauty alune, wonnn: should be Est li.hr ships, the Malwa, B *rT tits74bQPIMM
; is They now I HoKcti1 /{*)../vf. ,amusement thirty minute*, lungei, mid h i+ done, u fur Hut siiul ot me-no m n could
fourth the Tmkey opium,
indle ; a and astt imhment.Bfofo *-d i iliac;,.good uuric$ sauce liS eve, 'MC, any duo of you were ho siniih.ly. situated .
I' coi'finud: to iho AmeiicMD other It ...
Gentleness submission, suavity: ; i.'in is parting, Stuart said to hi.cocnJJllDiori. Stales, or ihpfPiv'iW; s !v ofshit Jutted were he like mo, a vit.ar"in a
r fI',iess.on; . p.iKiueni .>f a knitting socie. rR..'Vi Lutd. uweiing on evciy band
I'irt"ht' Creator br.towed on ou fiat ...IU, packed In pattinor cars, all I have said of my various 1 ty.l'ortL'ourier.. congenialiiy oC feeling, thai but'for TBo t. '
lher find if. charms of this kind infiIty I nub cl est containing forty blls. Old employments is'cnmprisnd in these! ruwwO' Want of hearts more do"r'o ..;..., ...,| -
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,. is a moral foe. opium ftftchrs ii fiigbet mic than list; .|. I painter. If New iscoveries in du 10.o far away, he might fancy that ho vas +
I b.> former being .oli! .t, ihn liner. soft : am a portrait yon cation.
Shall wr.m..n, who takes delight in and liable Th obi, chott will call at John Pulmm's, York build. seph L.turektcr.vbo is well known to the still at honu" .
.' nce.lmeni-.ho never dUctntes morr mro to run idd ing, London I shall be ready to biush citizens of Philadelphia us the individual Al'.ci some icmarks respecting the

baa half of her grace, and of hrr I so when tprmej.thev' are under uaall% thatdenomiiM two gars you a COil 01 hut; dress your hair t'. whoso system has facilitated the educa* resemblance' which the people of ibis

bsughts. whom heaven formed for wire ti. The' tom Mtlw" opium is in Citherrtitenrj mode, supply you if in need, wiih, a lion of above ,000 children of our country boar to those or; the United

u4.od the most mysterious ntiments i. .kf The" prices ..f thi. drug wig of any fashion or dimensioaaccom I cit>z.n-in the public schoolsand for the Kmgd'ini, Mr. Knowles apologizi g for
!ell ty and love; shall woofun runs r tnuchth mudite you with boots or shoes, give I impulse given to ihe e "..lioD of roil the length of his address, was on she
of flicuMtcs con*
uDtiD: the engaging ins i>ic' of her course' : Chmcminiirmust very \ou fUmr'. or cravuts and make faces Runs, estimated to be instructed over point of silling dowowoen being called
sez, presume with rash and feeble band tumptton, in the ire for von. tho world has opened a select flats io upon from errs part of the room togoon ,

to attempt whhdrnw. the lhi.-k veil be enormous, and is entirely of sun(111'aI which conceals the DlnhtVhom; least extraordinary part ) begged leuve to iuquito of their pleasant and demonstrating by experiment, in walk your streets-when I eut r v..nr
tradv. The
dcili she Ihink to please by an effort i carried on by an illict I compjion, in win part England ho busy short a period of time effectual houses I frequently myself 'Do I
like absurd and sacreligioqst Does payments aro usually made, if to any W4 b'irii; IIH told il'''m lie was not bornin instruction can bo communicated m not feel as if I were still in Eogiauut' .

slie( Impe by adding& hcu petty and her | extent, in Sycce silver, which is taken I England. WMlc .If land or Scotland several branches of useful knowledge. And I really do feel as if I anti f

I jfrivftloas nelaphysics to the impreca: 'by weight no silver the Chinese coinage bring. hem was another ,puzi'o' for John Bull This is the last of a sories of exporement .I there-I sit at your t..blea-I... a di: .

tensor ol Spinosa" and thn supbiiry of a acknowledged by governrafut. of tho .i\Vheie tlient' *I wa. bnrn at Nnrra ; pursued during severalears, with fe tnt dosctiptioo of attendao's ..>H
i Ball.II) j e iv" us a higher 'rofCentcuul The Chinese purchasers I ig nsci.' Where' lira+t' ISis miles great' success-unconnected in their dishes that ore new to 'm.',-but t','>
refine ii by boiling previous to
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115 Without dnabt ho has opium ( fmmPctuwoone, and tea miles from nature, except by the services of moo!* couoienancirs that surround he boarJtha -
it uUo in
JO thoughts of marina, for what sen: using it for smoking; they USA P ppMtqmsli, and about four miles west toss* with the Lancastrian system; as ; tongue ibht 1 be-tt, arts limit to
aH.1ft man would unite faianelffoi life the form of tincture usually carrying uf Connecticut, and not far from the now taught in our public schools. Tho what I have been lniiiar with-wit my
it about them.
to an impious 1""tntr1 a small bottle containing of China has spot whore the battle with the warlike results bid f ur lo bo equally useful to lifer every thing io ycut humanity 'f.- ,
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Emperor
The infidel) wife has seldom idea The present Pequnis was fought. 'In what pnrt ot the largest and smallest number. To pearls to me to be Eoglnh-I .-u ibo
any incapa
described being totally *
of her duties! she spends her days either been us business through the r the East Indies was that, siiV 'East village school', and smell populations, forest of iwo or three hundred eats

w reasoning on virtue without practicing cussed from which any hi hat, earned the Indies, my dear siil! It is in the state they will nflbrd' a new bl,., u.:, in the ago. displaced to a,dist nrt, by .1 evw
h. excess to of Rhode Island between Mmarhu* facility they give III attsioment of Liverpool new M.mehesier-bysoin
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P'ecspts' or in the frjoywent; of the of ..muking.Btllnttl' .
ttmahoos pleasure of tin 'vorld. debilitating practice opium se.1. and Connecticut river; This was useful knowledge, iu a very easy and populons! city nr another-ihe inhabitants

But the Wandenngt.XORULLO. nil Grrck lo his companions, and he loft rapid" nMDBrr. of which comm-iite in t .e
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day of approaches
Time anies lea vengeance din ; them to study a uew lesson io geograwhy. The result, hitherto, hits been com language which I have spoken tom my
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Tie s mon, shies. pupils of six and seven year iDf nel. I asunder that ;city omy .
P Parr, with icy hair and silver ?
b"M') ntants himself on the tluesbhold On the fifie"wh of Srptrmbet,1759! .r eg,,not able to spell more thai a few country could! b.. cms with YI.I-.n
or the female Atheiii ,'af' perceives! a basaltic volcanic cone reared iisull.. HONOR AND 1I0N&STY.B"STUN birds of two or thiee letters on admission pick a quarel with you, about SIM*. of

him and shrieks aloud. Whn -hhll hexr .'nIt of the ground in the iinvincn oliMerhoacm December 11. have b"n enabled 1ft road flutntlyio prculiariies. You make me prouder if

her vnlcr Her bosftanrlt She has none I N*'w SIeilf 1494 feel Wo were shown this morning a let a very short period of time, nnd: being a British sutje-t than ever I Celt

long very long, has he withdrawn, from I jubove iho surrounding phin, which. ler received yesterday by a a"lulf'man learning writo plain and neat, .. wellas before. I know that you, or the must ,, .
IM! + tboatre. dishonor.. Her child nn? "mains to this dSl)'. The plain nf in this city fioni another at New York make figures and commence ariihmo of you, trace your origin.la the Dmch- '

Ruined by an im p inns ,rdtteition and Xmullo, befoie tin strange mass belch. covering a druft bud bauk check fur tic-a progress so incredible, fmm is. man-proveibiilly the son of enterprise
by nasterasl example they. t.d fo.'htom the bowels itfitaftarlh, was $500 interest on a debt, of which and singularity, .as to have the attestation of' indofaiieablv.! Patience 'cenius and bravery .
concerntUetmelvas
not abruit their mother. If'I extremely beautiful and re'In.-h. the debtor wo were informed the Doling many respectable persons, and even -I know that the leOliDt..U and
signilYing1aradisg' but its entire six Mr. notaries public whose children were feelings which animuied the 'bre "sts of .
she surveys the past the beholds a i insole ;; facts: Twenty years ofo ,
painless waste;-her virtues have left aspect was suddenly rhingi to an C-, a resptctuble merchant of ibis benefited by the process. The extent your fore-fathorse are now glowing with ,
BO traces behiad "u) m. For the lust t infernal legioh, covered with ashes thyI..i1ed-o"ip amongst other debts of other bearings of this discovery requires injyours i/' -I trace, or I think I trace iDyour

time- she- begins to be sensible how much t I rucks beaks and openings, sbauugbwhich $1000 to Mr. 11 -. The debt further demonstration but enough features and I frames, your Affinity
tsare consolatory it would "have been tnfHaro t a dingy :smoke it continually: ri was compounded for $200 and the debtor has already done to prove thai by to your bard) progenitors-yet \Y seafront

a religion. Unavailing trstr"I'When sine; and the giound is so hot as to discharged.: )1,. C-removed similar process in a proportionate ratio your lips I hear the greatest gift

the Atheist, at the term nf big hum tho feet, whenever attempts are 10 New York, recommenced business, of lime and labor, instruction may bo -=next to the breath of life bosiuwetl

career, discovers th9 illusions a fatso j made: to walk, on it, which is sometimes and has been prosperous: From time more rapidly diffused aranng men and by God on rain-the' faculty' ,if

philosophy; when annihilation, like an j jap the case, as it is exactly in tho route of to time, as ho could spare the amountbe nations, than has ever been deemed speech-when I hear that gift, ism

] IIitig meteor begins to appear < the copper tniaes. Before this terrible voluntaiily sent his old friend R- possible by the most saguiae friend tog an substantially the same fun
afeorothe hortena of death he would fain : catastrophe, horrible subterraneous sums of one ADd two hundred dollars, of uoi"rlalla'iruction. The attemptis lop, io which it has fallen upon my
noises hp-ord.qn" earthquakes felt wholo debt and abe unworthy the mind and motive of ear, from ray childhood, how can I feel
return to God, bet is too jib., the mind, were until the was paid, not
hardened by incredulity, rejects,ail convict which kept the inhabitants in a state of five hundred now received is called in a man, who has spent the prime of hit otherwise than as if wo had sprung from
ion. //consternation and alarm. the letter, "fifty per cent of the inter life )io the cause instruction, and we one National) Mother-aod that toolbar
that benevolent mind my own-which seem to me to ba a
!I" Such instances of Irrepressible are certain every
How .IiI.rent I is the !.t of the rell .i ell parent, of.o multitudinous a
aDd the United States progeny
gloss weasel Her days are replete Anecdote of an American 4rl.il.Mr. .- honesty are rare, and therefore worthy io Philadelphia a. that which In
I belong to con
Dunlap, iu his k Arts of record.Trauer p'" I will wish him the rightest success. you
ills_ joy; she is rctfcciwi, beloved by new wrQi on,, t ct'usion.1\t, President give you as a
Ittr ..d her househelds and Artists, relates aloe following stagecoach 1 -
4sQdHwchiWrcQ 'The United States of America. .
alt U'ce usboBBded confidencebeeaitse ad venture of ih, lato distinguish Look out .ditl-lIia Royal High- 1 At Polock, In Lithuania, at the end toasts

ie h.r f their convict ed painter, Gilbt Smart, sooo after 'yeas Priaco Levisttio, has arrived in of October, a man died aged ono hundred .
are firmly
ed of,tile fidelkvaVoat who is faithful his ..rI"IIn EogUnd. Some of his Phi1 delpt1i8QDd/ was seen promenading and eighty eight. He had seen s... : An appropriate tribute to the memory /

1i>> Us*God. ThefuUb of this Christian fellow travellers io tha coach, inter io Arch street. He is a handsome man ten rnornrchs on the throne of Russia, I If LAFATKTTB was paitlby Congressno
It lId :citedin his appearance. resolved" of considerable) literary 'attateffleni,+ and served Gustsvos, Adolphus, as a i Wednesday, in sitting apart that'daY*
tdefigibeeed by leer lufipiness, t to "ipler him out," and to tbl. and and a scientific amateur in P\*'lic rile ,soldier during. tho thin. 'eu'a war At I lot the.. delivery. of he Oration on :h ..T
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t T.ife anti character. The eclseVujD of fca r stare, serve to prove bow Bteemry Vii,foy office fos ume8,you collectors will be wlth- cuerft fold Waicfe rest upea,or are k aay fwe I J. A1Cce 01 the art io1I;to wtaai Ae. .

Mr. ADAMS for tint l come precastioBary tneaaaws+ to be, resorted to, out ur Just cause complaint ae to the maDDer connected wish censMera&a of baiard. subject oTwfica4iaa*, had bass Itletfti
Jr interesting duty was which a recurrence cf them for the future. or aa to the suggested summary jurisdiction j Permit mo to aay that & a&4 IB* &eafia of:
t 'felicitous in nil respect*. The follow. I"mar be prevented. There ate import ut lad of the court By referring the report of the .,.tln".a., bawl a dtritii eemfajffsjgon : 1V..illttn. Sleman 28fJ.1t3t ,

ing article from the National Intelligcocrr 1', nrgleetod points,too, where flit fcoufifis. are auditor, who ia charged with the fiscal depart with 1hoacW\d legislator btotfeaesse&tial DIu 811.-1." a ,repro"..6siiwa

will' .hu" how ably and happily it was formed. Ualt. Amtr. give eccurity to our coast navigator The the assessed revenue which was due,and payable be maintained. effectthi, let it be declared $5,000 for thefryeead8t.John4whiehfAaddiika W Clwmel"LWCea&
ppi I 40th of Nov. 1830, remains tnt law that .acc' from tines end
cost contrasted with the advantages to be de- fin the yet /by all, t to
Tim ORATION on tho: life and char. \ id and the of the torquecruing penalties shall constitute a fund for establish
rived from them is not worthy to be considered.ac ; same proportion DOw fropM,will make t sum large
tcr of Gen. LAFAYETTE, w.s pronounced I Internal improvements within a ia the put year, ia also outstanding ling at some healthy position a respectable Aeademy i tit 11 h pcd M cJwmel tbs the Wltll

yesteiday by Ill r, ADAMS, agrerably :., is believed have not been questioned constitutional and maettled. These facts go clearly to thowthat t:\ for,the education of youth. Tho Execu- ; Hosts at aU tides I ants making every
to HpKjjniniemp| rite Hall uf the House grounds. The Executive haa not interposed some mode of collecting more effectual thane ,i II live will brace reluctant to remit penalties to I for the Fort sad Sea Wale red t

of RCIJft'aenl.'itf in the of objections aa to the right of making appropriation th present should be essayed or constant to offenders when they are (due I
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presence in favor of such undertakings when derangement must attend your finances. advantageously to be applied t and even if aa{Il1ICceU. drawn a Dill for opeasig tie
the two lloutesof Congress, the I'resf aajiafied of their expediency and general advantage. Your criminal code appears to mo to need ,,, excessive fine be !at any time exacted from some from the Public Square or Plata to Si. 8eW eft*,
dent of the United States"und all ho ,, .Under this state of things, and when objections revision and correction. Desirable u it may '' violator of the lawn, ho will derive satisfaction,tian'e Bridge which hmezpl--tBIld1i\

priucijul3cfrs. of the Ucvurumtiu, do not arise u to tho exercise of any bo to restrain the vicious propensities of mankind from knowing that if injustice is done to him the j will induce Congress to pass ,
calculated to ,experience shows that it cannot be effectually sum paid will to form tho youthful mind and
and au iinnienio c and advance the interest ef tho Territory and parti.J data!. Occasionally passion will outstrip give future character and benefit to the country.r(clearing out tho Ocklawalo.? sari $ r
atiatigcir, including some of the i J cularly when standing in connexion with the ge- the judgment, end,lead persons to the commission In slew years the fund thus created mar the Senate for a Road from BiaekCttekteS m Wft-s. i iaamtee.
precntatim of foiQiti Govern-I of acts, which even by the offending party become and be adequate *
nerd! interest of the States, ahould receive, u I Ii. to be an important one, fully .
.tn.mll, who ntcnili'd in (accordanceviili they deserve to receive marked tttcntion. The is often reproved and repented of'; when brought;!!!I to the end and object suggested. I I Three are projects for East Florida{
i when those advantages back to cooler moments and to a sound re fivetfon. -< A from tho Central Bank of Florida.and s4 t
special" invitation. It occupied in theil'hvciy time may possibly soon co by I l report I hope most of them will succeed.I .
will bo retained. fire long this Territory But where the law imposes penalties ono from the Bank of Pensacola accompanies .
nearly three hour nnd well it am your*
-- I may become a State, clothed with all die disproportion to the offence committed; or tar hendisgraceful this message in conformity to the provisions roB. hLWBITR
might for wido was the ground it covcicd rights and privileges of the older members ofthis punishments are inflicted instead of.occasioning of an act passed the 0th of February 1833 JAKXS .U Cortr C. W

being nunuriowcr than tlio IisI I confederacy subject to her sell c=.and reformation which should be tho ,, The Union Bank has not yet gone into operation o-

tory of the list I half century, unit numo I governed exclusively by her own regulations object of punishments, a converse effect is moil : but will do so it is expected in a few days
The New Yn
bus and varieus wciu ths ionics which : without dependence on, or aid to bo derived generally produced. The offender being stain- Commissioners have been appointed though ;k Mcrtantti A&trtizer
it embraced from anyMurce except'her own councils and pod with .ignominy, thereafter rendered a nothiug definitive!! has taken place, relative tothe sj Advotatt of the Bibmit.says-
I her limited resources. When this event shall useless and dangerous member of society. Corporal art of the last session entitled"an act to provide ,It The haw steam uoal Dolpkt Gftet
To fay that the Oration was of gioat. take place,those improvements so desirable and punishment on a free citizen, is hardly for the completion of the capitol.Tome intended ply between Charlestan
,, ability, it is enough to I know whu was useful must and will encounter all those objcctlons now to be met with in any criminal code. It no report hoe been made. It will W ia tho St. aa)
t lao author. To attempt nny un-iljs*:*'' which ere co repeatedly urged in favor of bas been stricken from our army regulations power of the commtMioncr at the present sec Avgusiinr, started vtsterdsjr fret

of it would bo unjust 1 aovereipnty of a State. Henco do wise con- I and should be stricken from your statute book.i 1 seas to give you information of the exact condition i ono of the ulJp wharves., but put ia

':. '., Besides for the OulUII;uuI"'Icfcrnnln.'yJ will donhilcis i. liberations dictate to present agents not to nog. No hope reform or feeling,*other than cherished of the Tallahassee fund and thereby esftbla I Wliiiewftjl 1 slip the ice being ton &
tact tho golden opportunity which is before hatred of country, can reasonably you to determine, what other and farther !gig ts-;cidablo fur her to atttopt to
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bo published under the dilution i>fC them ; but at once to press those claims which be expected from any one who..hall be so harshly ,I latioa will be necessary to accomplish the objects sea.t.

<>ngrr", cigcfiy sought utter, and I resnon and policy sanction ; and strongly to soliicit I ,and so i ignominiourfy dealt with by law. of that Uw. I __
univor and rp.nJ. i Congress to hear their and to It is advisable too that the right confided to --
dulightcdly application
II'y By an act of Congress passed the 19th Jane:let
The circumstance* of this 'r tot. The tppeal cannot fail ot success. It is Juries( fixing et their discretion penalties some expenditures considered by the LegtsUtive -! roTbtt Chevalier Don fsWa ,

It vfcroofa calculated ceremony nffoct not Florida merely that is concerned but the end punishments be taken away. As the practice ,. council to be .e'I&rJ.were repealed sod Chacon, formnlj Spanish. Coessl fa
nature to [ States and the entire now is, they are first required to determine
western ; commercial and annulled and thenceforth it was enacted that I Cbailestun, at Baltimore and NOllfik
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any mind of ordinary sensibility. Thereiras I navigating interest of tho United States. These the guilt or innocence of the accused. Next exceed.
the entire annual i should not and attache to Mr. Oois
a mural beauty in the whole scone, will join with and support you. It ia their nI I whether if guilty, the penalty shall be fine or .,7,000.. This amount expense u.;port of what is necessary -' been the ombasty, ??
appointed by Quern
ft'ldoro rq'iallrd in public exhibition teroAt to do so t end what interest dictates to be imprisonment i or corporal punishment, and lastly however has declared other- Regtej
I Congress ,
under the influence of which it be't pursued, is rarely, if ever neglected.! The Annual I having agreed as to these, the quantum of ;and it {not for us to call their decision in of Spain Consul I Geneial in tha UDit"
may losses sustained along tho coast of Florida punishment to be extended becomes a matter ; Wise but to restrict all all future expenditures i Sutos, vacated by tbo dv.th of-cbet.
hoped, a puro and elevated !patriotic concerns the States and the people of the States; I of difficult solution;for on all these points, the to the t rule thus bid down and prescribed. Her de Bcrnalcau.
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feeling pervaded the whole ul5cm1JIVbo. ,.- : and they,u much aa the citizens of this Tcrri- i jury must be unanimous ia their dctcrminution Economy should be practised by all governments

\ indeed could listen unmoved to 1 tory;'should entertain en anxious desire to wopatronised Thus by referring them, three perplexing that the people may have nothing of unnecessary 1 he --
the of the whatever measures may be calcula- !! inquirics-ia the same case, their difficulties! are exaction imposed and could teraMrr.-Tar very severe ss 4
eloquent. acccnii accomplished ,tod to give a different and better aspect to .increased I and the chances of conviction fort of be; imputed or any long cuinimird cold' weather, wig
0 thing prodigal expenditure I'Ir.
.or, pouting forth the g tunings Were the losses which have tVuisji crime+ diminished. The law ought to ads nd- which
things. cclvcd ; 10 far from encouraging, J should be I tbo year r>|tned, has been sac
of 4 grateful heart in mem iy of the rained within a few years past, cccuMtcly conk f'qu&tc and certain penalties to each tr.uncra- ready to reprove it. The exports from'fthb tu- cieJrd by several days of moderate
bencUctor. ol hit country, and uf nun- i pored they would perhaps bo fun c inai to theexpeodxtares red offence. Tiio'fruilt: or innocence of the stew.std 1 ntory are eonaid rabWand the conewnption in but unsettled weather and
kin Jt Who, that bOle in mind the of all the proposed improvements.; ., should rest with the Jury,and when ascer- return on which duties are paid, and whence ; were vbkcj
tttuiun which the Orator had filled and lIt is recommended to you that these things be ,. tuned, the court alone should declare such revenue is derived to the General Governmenti yesterday farming by a stnrni of is*
considered-that probable losses sustained bo judgment u by the statute may be auta '.ist tits pi cs once ol! illufttripus, meii in which calculated, accurately u any obtainable data Instances occur where persons chg :i with what is expended within your limits. very unusual at this period of the year

lint mark of I'rsect1':11, paid to the can be had ; and the whole submitted to the pa- crime flee from the States into this iVrritory.Recently But the present question U not one of Dollars and especially so after a ofieta
season
memory of LifAYCTin, but tIlt ala? in- tcrnal care and guardianship of the General Government a demand was nude by the Go yc mar anJ: cents in that point of view it is of little importance. i intense cold
tpiintii tif tin' nccrfftioti iftjoicod in i lend that their wisdom may be brought to of corgis, with a certified copy of the indictment Higher considerations are involved. MS that we have eipcites*
the inmost act upon them. | admit they are not matters (forwarded and a citizen was required t> This territory being clothed with authority to ccd.-CA. Courier.
ijipondej.fiom rccesset
which properly pertain to your legislative cha- be delivered.over an agent specially charged select representatives to and control
of his limn, to 1"0lIrllns utter ; meter, though in some degree they stand in to receive him. To meet emergencies, the act their internal domestic a mln'f question ia Judge of IA. tittpnm* Courft
ed in t honor and the de connexion with Congress of 1793 is not explicit
+ gtalitudo to them u affording'you at least sufficiently whether when such'rights. :should will be
seen by our VVAsbington Letter
ccdsrd, ** well as to the pious aspiiu* the opportunity of bringing to tho consideration nor ia there any directory st&tute bere, which not permit the Representatives of the people to ,
of Congress by respectful affords further information Uuu is given by thisact. that the Seoutt have eoui rued the DO.mlnation .
tioiu of thr+ Orator l lur tbo 'UIU'OYol.- enactment thou present to them what is or is not, a reasonable :
fan and of his belovfdcounti)7 things which being unadvised by you they may' It says that in case of application it may expenditure o! public, money Were extravagance '>f Jnt?:.WAJMBf Oeoipi,
;i.pperity not be informed of;they will doubtless obtain be the duty of the Executive *, cause said practiced,which cannot 'nstlrbe imputedthen ICJ tins. dignified and importsot smtler.Frtm .
None, nooo ; we hope not that attention and consideration which their importance person to be arrested and scented:* But howto might a pretext arise for inhibitions to be 16il.

one. t merit. These suggested improvements be arrested Shall the Executive direct the imposed and then', they should be Imposed
_. are not to bo considered in reference marshal or the sheriff to do it? The law does for -
have
J _. __ __._ .___ merely Estimates fur the present year, been tkt Dtritn
GO'.. EATOON' BE8SAGE. to the commercial ; but also to the military not make it their duty;nor does it impose a penalty warded to the Treasury Department, based upon Tile"s 1.
r operations and defences of the country. Large for the omission. Shall n public proclamation the declarations and requirements contained Wo publish with pleasure the foikv*

EXECUTIVE OFPICE.1 expenditures have been incurred in building a go forth to all officers, civil and military, in the act of congress to which I have alluded. iDa extract of a letter received iioa Igvn'Ifraanjust
JAOTAIT 1835. Navy Yard for constructing chips of and requiring and commanding them to make the take the
| war But I respectfully priest to rou, to returned from St. A.
TO-TBE LxGistaTtva Cocvcit or FLORID in erecting e Fort to protect the harboor of arrest The effect of such publicity, b, warning matter under advisement, end present to the !

In meeting with you for the fast time, it affords Pensacols, that in time of danger end of war, the party of his danger, may be to elude the view of the government what, in your opinion. SS1 ._', ODd 1 IV.. UTz ,53ft 'st be.
demand and nuke his ,
me much pleasure to be enabled to contauiuia vessels navigating the gulf may find safety under to escape. may be thought ices A tcwah WrtwVJhVas I cause tho the ;
the hsalthtulness Ita force fiat But the executive shall cause the offender gicaicr intercourse wirfi
ywu on of the country paw against any superior M e' that future
; und oa the general prosperity which is at-, oa the land side, reliance rot vu M** imd rrw Wes bd secured." ifrain th+ ra******or pla-- the TT same Cousidcredjjroper be presented to the A consideration period the South, the moio important utu era

tea44t on the agricultoral pursuits and industry ,I faction must 1.0 had oa (he Hitit&r rofn&Mflfi aalMt nrv'laui--or the offence being of a of Congress.may Thereafter will !khow town must become. Hero i is t'jo rallj-

of the people t and to off r rou aa I./,, *w* AW/"supplies are too sparse in tho Ylcm\1ofPenneol& character to authorise it shall be admitted to what to rely, and tq what extent you ezpendj.tureuz on tog poinf, and although the tide of ifltciccui9
bail Being arrested within this shall 1 your -
do, the waar* tu irt cneerfully extended to aidyouTatiU ;and hence{is case of war, tho eat e. Territory
further to advance the'prosperity of tb er rior must be retorted to. To make this resort he be denied that privilege which: in "the State r a7 proceed. JOHN H. EATON. rolls on to the south 01 tie,

.f crritur,. WW. ta 11 oomta ai ies, enac, effectual roads calculated to ensure expedition where the eflence was committed; he could still travellers of avory dcscripttsa ooi

-MAI penalties are necessary to be retorted t,J are needful and necessary to be undertaken claim and receive,-These are difficulties In re* ST. AUGUSTINE It advantageous and convenient to step

to, permit me to sty that too much and too frequent f! either by the public, or by a grant of such t d' !create to cases which have ,arisen and which Saturday, Jaaaary 9 4. 1833. here, wbeie they may mike their f
legislating, are never advisable. Perspicuity -f'antagcoUI charters as may induce enterprising may arise again and I respectfully submit to .. I lecliou
certainty and umfonairy, ia the laws 1 capitalists to embark in their construction.i j you whether some Legislative enactment bo citlsergoing or coming, to step
moro thin anything else are deairable ; because Common roads also require attention. Ae not necessary to explain all future donbts and Strangers now at St Augustine are requested into o comfortable stagy b+., or embark te

thereby the citizen are enabled to understand,, the labor of a country constitutes its wealth j that I asap take place. to leave their address at this office in order board of pleasant Iud well furnishes

two'practice those things which arc required of{ is wise to guard it against all unnecessary exactions is another subject hi connection with that a perfect list miy appear in the next publi- steam packets, (ho 'invalid dcskoas

them t but which eanntt be known where fre- and to afford in a id\11 it all proper fa. your dered.criminal Uw which is worthy to be cams!. cation. of change from a northern to a sootfieffl
eat changes in legislation are tolerated ex ciU et. Ifowirur N Dad roads, inereued ex 4s tho rule exists at present when a clime '
t cept to persona engaged in professional slave ia executed the : bends his course to St. Aof"*
pursuits. pease to h a incurred in conveying the producef matter or owner is enti The article In our last headed*& ti'iiefca-
) The Executive Department of a Territory, ibo soil to market, and bringing back other tel to claim the assessed property. This rule diaae" lino, wbero he may enjoy a wbo'.rse'sa:
se'within its proper spher.&-ean hate nothing i articles for consumption it must of course one* obtained upon a construction of that cons was taken from the Jacktontill Con* and) congenial atmosphere It i i. tied

to do with tae ftfistr of the General Government. rate as a tax upon the laborer. But beside this titutional Ciaion. which declares that private for. We are informed by Capt. Dxiax who many visit Florida and die there bet
Theo are without the scope of its influence ; delays which are the consequence neglected property s taken for public uses, with] arrived from the Agency en Friday night last, tho ,
>e> are cases of the
and action
and henee out most desperate
t ,whether
u regards roads and the nuking just compensation therefor but
; failure to reach the market when the that the statement contained in that article is
Approval or censure should bo alike idea is misconceived character-whilst others blew
exempt! prices are good and fluctuating, often a one. It ia not taking the many "
'fi oin interrer nte. It will not be questioned j material iryury to tho buyer and to the producer cause property for public uses. The slave who vie without foundation-that they have cot aa yet I i cd'Iwitb restoration to health, and art

III bat that every citizen possesses an undeniable I j lIt is submitted therefore, if policy does not suggest lates a law, ts amenable to the law; and where t I j exhibited any signs of hostility--and that there j jI 'permitted to letutn, renovated as .U

the right administration to entertain and and to express opinions as to the propriety of some wholesome and e( bis life becomes the forfeit ef his crime it is aa I I is no ground for the fear which this statement lI,I were, io We, health and spirits, tottbt
course of the aspirins to its demands and not for!
10Y.1'Dme e taking
f'cctualltialation by which roads may be preserved calculated to arouse Dross friends
Capt.
further
but official informs again The busmen often
man *
; agents here acting as such in proper order and hazardous streams Public purposes. At well might it be pretended e
,' should cvuide thesisclvcs restricted to.afu the be rendered at all times passable. Good highways that the Ire of a white man who hu been guilty us that they have nearly aU been collected finds it to his interest to stop beet,

iri and busbess: of the Territory. Gave n- are not to bo looked for, so long 'u their of a felony,is taken for public purposes and the together, and that they are without provi- surrounded by all the 'plo coaao

.ed tew by to this salutary consideration rule, my conrso will be, to preservation is regulated after the present p lac forfeiture be made a charge on the public tret- ions ltd fa rttte of starvation-thtt there ia deices of that portion of our State ifjo
your from time .
to timi The practiced mode here u mother places of, DO real difficulty towards their buy and sell '
removal. The ay and ahaettat
unto tasters only be laur get gain,
as amy conceived necessary confiding them to the custody of some citizenof j in some degree should be held res-
.; to advance the quiet, well being and pros- the neighborhood who for a time is made to iblo for the correct deportment of their 1 Zsi Indiana themselves willing to go ;but their his pleasure. A fine and safe bar

ptin.y "f Lao citizens of Florida. Objects of I act as overseer, is found to be wholly ineffectual slaves. Privileges incompatible whit their -,negroes are the only ones who are averse to it; hour a noble and majestic river, ea "

this Aura r mil demand attention on >yourf.ai These agents cannot call upon tbo neigh tuatioa end condition in life,ought not lobe extended between whom and the negroes oa the plants* shipping of every dectiwItsa.S'ardctr I'
;imru me, they shall at aU times, receive a bars for their laboring hands without in ea much as the effect of such treatment i i
},f .vt and ready pporL Ia the management the obligation also of furnishing, their being under is to do them injury. That this(nay be tiaras generally, a continual communication iakept sty facility ho !ao desire The oaa .101

a" duj'ittlfatritnarmonyis altogether essential and it being scarcely ever exactly convenient own! ; I avoided,is it not advisable to hold the owner so up. fashion, it i inline, meets but Hula es* "l

,. < ',. t j Httiin this, tich department.should be for them to do this, none are called for: and I far responsible for a faithful guardianship over couragement in the midst of us--ve aft*

."<. .a. .to lOon in it j own orbitneither claim- hence the roads remain in a condition to exhaust his slave that in case of hie becoming answersT A Bill has been reported i n the Senate,U.8.authorising a plain people ; honest in out views,sal+ ,

> setting: a right to exercise authority, the teamsand to wear out the wagons which are l8 to the law he should receive, if any thin;, !. the construction of a rail road upon industrious in our habit,-our limo Hit
n cli
ugiitfolly belongs to the other. The travelled over them. Those roads which are not more than a third or half his value? Suchacouree i the public lands from Tkllahtssee to St Marks too .
my snorder of all governments de- will make the carcrr' precious to bo whiled awsy ..
mostly used, should be enumerated and master more of
i ..-1 upon ii strict regard and rigid adherencenw feud other than the labour of the neighborhood; some his servants and particular not to concede to in Florida. the vanities and (follies efday.sand best

owdl poise balances which organic be set apart for the purpose of keeping them them those privileges, which in the end may Xiao for the'clearing out of the Ocklaw. of past lime ; fur, "a mind quite va V1

rue impose. in Rood order and in proper repair Of this I impair their usefulness and with it,the peace river from the St John's GlauelTa. Spring," is o mind disttessed.**

'fA frO are matters importance to this aceuoti feel confident the farmers will not complain,for and ;good order of society. lox unjust, too,I thouuncl dollars. The '
of our country,which should hot fail to in. the I is it, ma case where one slave murders anothar mptoQl.or dandled bets
experiment being made J
fairly they will discover i
urvtt those who For opening a road from the head of fensa- Would
are charged with the manage it to be the easiest and beat mode and that while tho owner receives no remuneration I I linger here ef casui sad woe r.
d iiciit of the affairs ol the Territory. Although will prove to be the cheapest.A eventuilly the other by the law,is to be fully compensated.! cols Bay to Webbvflle, four thousand dollars He'd die with all hit fancied worth s,

wane defiiUi of them and ar.of character upon which no close attention to the collection of tho revenue In such a case if payment be extended ir j jI For font tni", the improvements of the navigation Nor noble name, nor royal birth
con JuiYe Action can be badeyou 'by ot the and should be decreed, that the owners of each bt ,
Territory; to its economical and Chauwachia river from Cedar Bluff
I
; yet th; *reasons which may be drawn in faithful disbursement alike and equally' reimbursed i certainly this Would save him from his mother eartiAh
are of the first
subjects
gird uf application* to be addressed to Cong vee: ', !i; importance. In imposing demand.en : should be the caseSf reason in such matt era is to Dig Spring, two thousand doHara. ,no these shady trees of oars,

can foret.as out uil to 1 to have carry their-with them, such convincing : the citizens uniformity should necessary be ,regarded to be consulted and justice regarded. For removing obstructions ia Chipola river Are plenum walks of.ordtntbows rs-

proper effect. j that species T&f That af the statute of 1838 which seeks five thousand doUan.Priritep'lfIDte41o
Ai accurate of the of : every property may alike in part The hardy labourer here reclines for test
survey coast Tlorida "
;i some degree contribute, from that protectionwhich to repress gaming, is found to be entirely I inef S the .
ill' of CI1BpU1J'fteall No
ant !
not the
res. pertly to psople of this visionary disturb
cares his breasV- :
it derives from Government The precut !terns!. In open day, and in view even of the of the
i but the whole timber OD the public
y Territory to Union. A ids
.tatillic.J one The winters
.view of the will plan of collecting, seems to demand improvement. public authorities the practice is indulged uv-- rude and boisterous gate ,
tlinn third nd country nearly one...show. of the that witaiport moro de Instead of having persons appointed mother places u in this Territory, repeated hundred yards on each i side.-and tea aerea. And SttOffi n heat, alike he'd haiL e;
to this it of land at the junction,,of the St
to have Harks '
trade of the United States responsible trust, by the county attempts arrest hen unsuccessfully and Bat mkrei. '
: the Gulf of Mexico ana the parses through courts, which may be assumed -or ,declined at' made, and with all the penalties, which from Waculla to be vested ia the comp.The '. the cn ulh-.e would j
which beloaj to it. Interest tributary the streams pleasure, it would be preferable to make it the time to tune have been dcclaredfricthing of success help of the motes, to sing car 98pratfQ '' 1

consideration by which being mankind influencing official duty of Sheriffs/ of'respective counties has been reached. One of two remedies Legislative Council mat CD the 5th ias 6 ram with ttt h tine order oI .,J

aged,it cannot be presumed that those are who 101'are- to undertake the trust of'efcoUsctis end ae should be resorted to. Instead of imposing a On the 6th, Cov.Eaton transmitted his first I the day, and whilst our wharves are ;
counting for the Revenue and beside fine u a for seldom in that
preventive
placing way can of
,authorized to dispense favors,If favors they arecaHed them under bond with ample securities, to require any who infract the law be reached' let Imprisonment messsge, which we publish the week. TIll bearing up the increasing Weight i
hesitate
foster this
can to most important that none shall be re-ellig&le to office be resorted to that the individual who following ofEcera were elected. thousands bales of coitoo, we "taW j
eemmercial
facilities and charoeL Notwithstanding ft afford the Is who fails to produce at the time of his electiona offends and not his family may be made to suffer Cot Joint YVnjr,5 President rejoice in the prospect before w, of i .
advantages it
many receipt from the auditor of all the monies fa"bis or otherwise make It a subject of reuenue to the growing commerce and svite me* of
without that
yet protecting care, from the government hands and thus sea B. Ls rcum, Eq Chief ttir :i 4
I which its belonging to the lieIIll4 ia (fast Territory, tolerate a practice which c. capital to come and for ibeanelrei. "
see
demands. Its
importance ol any default in the auditor be Wthorizcd by experiments made is found difficult JAS. Bayer, Jr.
payment to I so to be Ssrgeajst at- let
the
eufldwgs lire mailed principal determine criteria by which! and directed before the Superior ..restrained, It ia questionable,Lithe latter mode !hosts ELL U, Door Reeper.Meuts. "Tbe St. Johns It robte ,river
asvig-ators are to their trueposiin Court at Tallahassee to have will not to be the worth ibo trip to St. Aofttttiae.
a jadgoent en prove preferable oce. By attsetaag .
off! the land t sed'these are insecurely to '. ROUST Cortxavp,Jos. a SAX-
be reifed motion rendered for the amoBst oaaccoustefl heavy penalties, the effect ia to compel Capt. Hill is a very attentive sail ei-, "
en. Toe employed charts are comp- for, with such .those who COM and Join o.OW1f, Enrolling and En-
tatioas from French and British research and damages by way of penalty aa are disposed violate the law, into abetted nivigator+ 4 we eaaw from St. .fj
may insure punctuality. This will bet :eecret places where hidden from the view of r greeting Clerks. '
simpleand '*
these being cxamioatio&s of years gone by, Mary a to Dar ion, feri0g. the eight very
plain mode+ of, effecting a beneficial end. frisnds who might Interpose and restrain them I ...-b.
of must n-eewarily be imperfect, from he cfiect The entire business will be ender the care and 1 tee inexevrieaesd and unwary, are oftentimes 7ft Fen Wall.-la the House of Retreeea %fy ; delivered msseMeraeai way |
; and from the *
te..pelt. alteritioas ia-
many direction of fiscal involved rum. ai CumberiftBd l IsUa4sM4
trtdssd the your ageat here, more dirccOy I ifl LegalkeitH Derive reve tatires the Mr. stud Jek> 4
by currents which hive changed than by forwarding dclin aefieiss to the nue from tbe practice t But at tN these time OIl Atli. Tboffipsoafrom die did not get ashore Ce.II j
she
Tbe bate.'A and ratted accidsata the which depth of&e water. different counties u i* cow the cue. ere too I I that nose may phy beyond his act&aiy possessed !Commie on Military Affairs made a fkrora- "At Ficelata th* eaterptising citlem 1ft.
qaeat happen from ia- be prollcuttd I jadgemeatend .tat It be declared ble fat relation fbrti .
ha'1I money tall report to certain ctiens at erected
King have
the
4 'f tteetitate rcdLaainp..u4 cone neat idn, law contract tad George Hall
I. tfcu&oticeofwhittbo requires when th" promises .p.aU be Ct Augost it,EP.. which wu tef ned toHae 'tJtt
.' a very ADO beaw, sad the hottest

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catertami iu el dfcgros of cofl! registered ii .'lor .
of the Ceplaio, any ) TO fctStfV LIT '
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ttjlt as n'labUc k,tune I dare toreed the United S'Dlel.1 that oo Sunday last [ 1 or LlftllS. 'JM tJ/ "'III. ; *Afrsfiamaal \

Georgia.; They *tire two vciy .ii t New Lebanon, io this State. At 5 t THE.Plantation. of belonging to the,I REMAINING io aha I'OSI Once I P. oe 1M I" Jauury s1833. .
ia the late Jonas (
r F Casip- Si. lea since t
table" siagns to co."cy.llIflnge.1 o'clock on that morning, iho morcmy : btu situated oa the North river about 89 miles fa first of October August At&r* WIll...".'.. .

andId from St. AuguiUae. This mutoIt. conk :to 09! dtp. below 0, und bo* from fit Augustine. For terms,apply to R. R. to Ibo thirty Eras 'Mr. Geerga Bart, Bo&lo, New y_,
i Decembers .
be oncusraged f, and ?tit Ct'II"S* came congealed and itttTmodabltThewest R UP,or to JOHN GRAY,Jr. which it not taken oat in N B. Marttoa Wataoa,Becton .
cik .oiut record that made I Jaa. 17, 183t. 45.-01 three months will 'Ja seat to the Coucial )fn. D.Low asd aervaa, Nsw y....
on tvas
taking nil
repaid by ,
fee amply Hr.
H.
1 std Post Offico/ as Dead Letters. K.Reams end w,.New York.M .
,, St. AttpisiJw*, which caD bet win believe, by Piufoisur Cleveland of ** ;
"''", |o Fur Savaea .ht7 A. Lvman John I .CttrlewpberMorgan aad t"df,Aurora,Nev i
afeiv ." U"wdoin College m D'OIWick 1\1. York.
cceeJlns"fu : day fine "
I ftimic quarter, Ilr a.o sensory ego. He THE S..m P-ck.M FLORI- Avon, James M. II David P.J II4 oat Hartford, Coca '

Frr-Jrieksburg and suspended several glasses bunt the Capi.$ R. A. HILL will make B. McRarJoia Nn.. L.a inpeU cod son. New Haver.c-. .
Tht Richmond, ,strip weekly between Picolata and Savannah B rrCold, Louis F. Aliicbell John R. William,New Haven, Coen.r. .
'....,ntc It..ilu'ull..jccl! is BOW hefoioYirginU boogli of a tire in the most exposed si* 1 Her day of leaving Pieolata will generally be Baldwin H. D. Marcos,Rebel .George Herbert Elkwonh, .....

the ItpUlatiii& *). Fruni the 10lite twit nn to tho nroatlior and fat upjtll Fridiy. A comfortable house at Fioolata af. Burr Thomas Loomis Jr. 8&ckeuH"r. .
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elf c"Rlnli4cim I', HI well asIcitrr night io watch IheQuctuaiionsof tho 'fords,to and from St. Augustme,suitable ac Charity 9 Muoro, George and Mrs. \V. C.Woolsey. New York

re"1.:1, arldiKtsril! nn the CS'll fluid', at ono )period, while noticiag one eammodation while waiting for the boat. B.kle.llm C. McAeill, I1aJ WO Mr M*.Gill.M. 8.Bateasore Bidwell Toronto, U.C.
Wst. O.
n1t. In the };.li"tI; ff tlh'.uquurr, "byMr. more sensitive than ibo test, ho was a!, DUNCAN,Agsnt. Clarke Lot ** Mceiderry.do.
9 OC>bur Dt\'. N 3
Miincui se ,nu'JJIStI'"hOtO Abilities mnst in ccstacici to see it sink, sink, Clarke lien I. F. >P. I Mill M. J&Elderry. do.
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Engineer air trc'l'J I;utl"'n, il ap kinking io near the touchstone, but it I 33E6SULA13'AC6dlT, Rav.Wm. L. Keene and lady,New Havtft .
Ir s "ft to 'have bi-cii atcei turned thai I the absolutely refuted to budge a degree I I BET WEES ST. A VG UST1NE AND Cluland William: Place Jeremiah C Mr.Henry gauge South Port, cAI -..

f'P" t'uerd !lotrer than' 26 CHARLESTON. CleUad Maria S. Popclaton, Jas. H Mr. Wtlltn',
Ii.V.n $630- preset ring to remain
i-f ti r "It! not I
ra t Chapia, Ralph. 2 Mr. Batlar
Papy Georgia.
THE Mary
.i-R. ,
inclndingho in a liquid stair: and the scientific Pro Kecular. Purket, Scl.r.
-J, or at farthest' $700,000. mj& SAMUEL Clerk of the Sope- R. Doctor Beck,rlailWl;! aJrlr. .
tiecrssHry Ucnoi", lucmmnive ei.'iw .- fcjsor was obliged to retire to bed, with j MILLS, LTUAN slur Court. Rudd Rachol ..y OUDI. .
Three fifihily !Isis} "hl lira urinrMlifitfd.. BOCTHWICX will continue runnning between the ** McAllister.
c..lUd M.
i canus 4 above ports,throughout the D. llohara Nicholas
I of this sum me M'qiiicJ. It! bo, 1 n P"'1\'. r cond voyage to the Her Cabin is commodious year.and handsomely I Day &r. W. \V. S At Ikt Florida H..*,. I

iti6Jcuii IS North pole'/his nfljcrri: when the aleniutlic (famished, and fitted Mr. Samuel Falss &
.iiedby |littteta: 'u\l"ttll'tt', n1 expressly: for the accommo E. S. II. Lady Boston
Sprat
; ilMMhe stnto ; iltermonjeieis stood 58 Miss Susan M.Fals, do.
> anii; iMti'il| at degrees: supplied- Evans John
M
Sweettfr, ThV J2 Eliza A k'al.s, do.
; usual in liku rates below zoro uitiiised themselves ,
,
flLt'tn cast
ill, as by false this opportunity to return his grateful Easton AleiVV.. Sancuet, V. Capt.dehmuek U.8.A.It.dt daughter urn
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'etafnir' .ubcl ib\J llieirttniiiinj: two iitR i quicksilver into bullet moulds, and thanks for past favors,and to solicit a continuanca F. Sims Edward : Mrs. Macalcstercbild.o&acrvLPAilaUalpaia.

?' ?. (.r lilt tnck. Tii t''"ire fifths "fr'"''21. giting it; and enjoyed great sport in of tha patronage of his friends and the pub- Fi.ld. George :5>> Snowden, Re H. : Mill fiddle CA
U.. ? Major Lytle, U. S.
bills A.
into the exception| ur about 7,000 > hi nt the 1 polnr bears, with .. and servant
which sro) tledg'J ,u b,.*>ub>h.I"Id a view of using a nnw mode taliva- N B ne S. 8. MILLS will put into Tyb I i I Falligani, John G. T. 1 1I C.A.Lewis lady, and acr X New York-
to land passengers when a sufficient number rFlotsrd, Theodoro Tracers, Win. Mr.J. B. La Forge end lady, Atbaay. .
ili' MI- tilln.Com.. Adv. .
M0be ipimed'utely m up rite passengers offer for Savannah.St. >r Fioihlnjham Da,. V. I M Sam Leonard Ta&nton Mun. .
Md lubtcnbed br p iv io caiiiuli: .; ,** Charles G. Bush do. "'!' ..
I '---- ---- Augustine, July 3d 1834. IS-if. I Fontana Repb. D. Van NellE"lenl .
150,OQO of wlikh ivcro r.lhttd iii IMiil- DIED,-Oa Tuesday, 21st inst. JlTr.LvxAVt Flnr. Van lie : M O. M. i/oraum Madison eou New YorkM > :'t. <
of Elise '
I ..bi. They had just placed under of Northampton, Jlfaas. New Brag emtJ ESedlciBO Score.Orrosira \ servant L. J.B. Mtgumesa Uanisburgo, Pa
Mr.
On Wednesday,22d,Jons' G. Hctt, Esq.of Gish. Valentin.' Louisa John Crum" New York.
ru u act twenty Wren miles wf tho road'; TO J. 3. .0. .. I.
Pouehkcrptte N. Y. II. W. George Field fro Lady, Lockport, N Y.
tenens d i ing froca Richmond to the N"+rtu Same dare Lieut Sttrntx Tvnl.l1 U.S. A. rl/fIlB inhabitants St. Augostiot Hernandez; Geul. Villlami, John L, i, Lewis Gibson Augusta, Ga.

? ut an avemge cxprnso of $3000 a I Iter nitirc Haooverf, N. J. .. and itt virility are informed Joseph B!. Williams Jelick : Ms. Lot Clark Lockjwrt N. Y.

: milf'. The rails fur tli':, po>iiou ItlIte r I .1 that by the late arrivals supply of RUOI AI Mr.terisA't.Mr.Th.w
---- -- -- -- Hftleie John M.
White
tad MEDICINES have beta received G. A.
road expected to bo tall iu the PASSENGERS of a
are I I
Riddle, Da New .
York
choice lad superior quaUt-th. bare bssattlected : Her nand i Nu C'Vllile 'lm.W. ea
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ttit coarse of the ensuing sunmcr j i I la Steam Boat: Florida, arrived at PieoUta with and M John O.reghty, Warwick. If. Y.
great cart art warranted at Hyde, Stephen Washington ColIII M
admit the < of tt New: aTaons, New York.
(ill, so ai iu u i by on the 18th Jejmsry. pure articles.In .

1st December nw Tho whole 2Iiti Billo, Mn. BirdtaIlltr. and Vr. addition to the above, th.re ia a splendid I I Ilallowes, Col. M. Walker Lvman Gen.M and p. Mrs Le8> Dle u.C.

,.H will bo completed in the couni.,ofe !ones, Mr.II.II, Mr. and Xrt.fitld end assortment of PERFUMERY SPICES and L. \ ( WillujiLlureoi Mr. L'phraia 8.Sa Mart h i, Oswego Utica,New New York York.
FANCY Juana V.
ARTICLE8-.these ,
articles
| year 1836. Tho distance front RirIisend child, Mr. end Mrt. Mattheirt. tAUt end never been cacullJ this have N JW.A..eeehtr.Wat r1ord,New Yedc. '
ia city either: for Yokurn Poser
tu Frvdeiicksbtirg will be reduced nurtft Nr,. Olcott end ,terrant ;Ir. end icy or qusntity. M and ....llepkize Columbia,S.C
the r.UIOQd from sizty seven miles ioiiy At this quJ-I' JOHN GRAY Jr. P M. M Tuttle, Hattltod Can. '
Vi'.. past Buren, Mr. Gibson, child end store may ba had M
tiht; the tim fi tm fourteen hours '. au,". Mtttri. Brontou SUPERIOR FOOD for CBILDIIV, ." St. Aogufttiue, 2-t January, 1893. I I Arthur Broasco, lie York citydt
Crugtr,
IMt
sad others, each PATENT "'I Mrs SUIT
three tours the journey between ae BARLEY.
i Gee. Gillt, K. B. Gitbt t. Fve >. School. .
Mtrtin and Doe ,
.icbmooj+ to Wttshingiun, from twenty I for making superior BAKLKV WATIB, ia tea PHILLIPS Will EVENING Mr.Doha Lyaua,South Hampton, MMr.JsaesDkaoUdyaadecrvast,2fewYexk...
/emrV4 G.eI.I,., way pantngera.St. mil msi, which ie strongly recommended by tie I 1I\1a. open an ,
jur hours to between tight end nine; -: .4 _____ [ i Faculty, at a autriciout cooling food for i infanta ; for tat instruction of Ootlemen > .. A.Mr.GlIrd'j ..
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the cast !tout bni.reca tea andsea much approved o& for making a most delicious ia sny branch he teaches, oa Monday
d-tlhrs to e6 O Augustine, 17th Jan. 1831. custard pudding and excellent for thickeaicj t' the sib wt. Hoare ef etteadaace, from half r J. c. Link New.. "' .,Now Yerk. .
per uasscn* Editor of the FLOXIOA HHALP, broths aid soaps past 6 or 7 until 9. Term laodsrtte.Store Dr.A. fiobaruoa,New York. .

/. 81a: Whereat, a repast baa gone abroad i Also, Robissoo't Patent CROATS tal. I I 1 L r i dtPrieets Kidleases
la urging the productiveness of she CRea. Crash !
jfltempUicd. ioiJ upon ski ttiention that I waa robbed by Indiana on my way from 1 the king ezpeaee superior of gruel the ia ten minutes Embdea at cue half milS. tUJiacitlUER*hal re, Mn. J. R. Anthony, NewBedford, N.... :

'the c l zeD'i a very ittteie.ting fact i is Tomoko to this.eity oa the 4th inst: For the ; $4r Either of the common above patent or prep t grotta.raIiCl1l .. cmeit by the Steam Boat fromSavannah &iss8uaaa**R. B. Ortwry.J. Wil&ais, da. .

plod, viz. that previous to tho eztcu wake of truth and in justice to the Indians, I' made with milk, affords a very nourishing and aDd other late arrinla here aa eaten P. Blisa,

[iq of tho Petersburg Hail road, tho feel it a duty..public/! deny tha...rtio The, light diet.AU eive and very elegant assortment of FANCY RevM s}.r. Dyce, t .
: Indiana She articles above enumerated told AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, HARDWARE -
neither robbed nor treated E9{ art Airs iVrmeo, lIY",
number of
io the proper*
"art passengers m the most retsaaable terms. 40-tt PERfUMERY &c. &c. which Jtfrs. Caroll
do.
ee i"f stage between Petersburg aDd let Pleaaa to insert the when ia ftcr isost itu -- he will cell for cash or collateral security u low Ran.Mr. Tnoma wile .. ;
Roatioke did : tfol miscellany, and oblige or if possible lower than other house in the cad 4 children So. Ce.
not exceed threo each 1 Superior Court, Jacksonville, Boa any Mr.Fits Hugh wad family. ,

ray per day, 01 varied between ihirfy : Sir,yours most reapeetfully, \ County, Term ef Hay, 1833.. eI"chr., sod He oat ia determined reduced hit to do priMe a cub o tae business very Dr.It 1.1.Ii. '. '...ran4aBulyf Lock Port. '

[forty per week; since its completion I GEORGE MUNRO. ', Taoiisox MASOJT ) lowest tatty lie tt grateful to hit! customers .blr.illu.l'.r Wcyis&d cad" lady v do. .

Mrrrer the number has averaged be -- w. t I VS. >J. JnATTAClUnT.i '. for r*" ....., .ua *wixcstf latxa ana tale puz- ** Joto t3.Hall r.! u-Ur. .
aud from I' ,Zi&.u &GII_ .. i > HI
thirty forty day or # all
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,
per do.
: TilE Subscriber baring received numerous .,UARLEI F. 8IBBALD, defendant in the hopes by strict attention to business and the.. Mr. .
io 8 30 por week: an increase ofoccwion'd ..., case above smmed instituted b Setafiiciiersoa, Orleans Diana
on. for landa in various of by attic really reduced price S l goods,to give eveseta tr ..
Inl by the Rail road c curly East Florida, ia induced to offer his ...puts...d to +.MPJ*. and allothars ptaifmA ..* i..*br..*; action. JOHN J. 'HEDRICK. N J.ai 8sldwki, N. J. '_. <
in the ratio of leD to one. wuae wno wtan eitncr to cell or purchase. j bed that a oeelarauoa in assompsit has been 8L Augustine, I at. January 1833. .. Eras Nye sad laa>, Skenaatlast. _
Persons having lands filed therein, demanding 0200 damages, and N. B JobaLathaw, York;l:glaad. .
By means of the Baltiraore itnd : to dipo of in any part I A suyplv of fresh GARDEN SEEDS I j Si
of Fbrida, on depositing their that JudgGBsm will betaken at said termTtmless just received, and for sale aa above.flr. Lrtaaa Waiter Rathertoni Ga Y. C.
'atltiu.ton Rail: Road, which will beat'J ailshare their business t surreys with me, the defendant ester his appearance and plead to ". Eo Joaettad lady, Troy, New York .
attended ;
on tie: 4h: of July next, we satUfactorily to. ,the eime. to.. &. _.> do.; ,
ill thus have a 'cotxiiunicjtion in a* .ELIAS. B. GOULD. JOSEPH L. SMITH, Atty for Pl'tff. Acavsxiin ) N W..U. WoE do- .
24th 1834.
I twelve hours botweeea this --city January. St Augustine,ROth DeeemVer, 1834. 1st. January 1133. frmHE N Cyrus 6troag Jr. Nonrtch, New York.
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Ad Richmond. Y.&M1'') "" UNDERSIGNE pee Witkiae* Spamaburjb.. ... Sa Cae f
"VJ1rnl'a. Superior Court NtunamvilU, Columbia JK .cnia I IMS gtat'ful thanks to hit Eda I'.W ..: .. .. .
The above project forma another THE Subscriber offers his services to the touatg.April Term 1 83$. friend and the public generally for the liberal w OuNowponI! L t
.
pftk ia that chain of rail road and '..ram.I I' of Bt. Atiruttine w St.Johns M. WA TOjr, ) share of patronage heretofore received in this N FcUht,Provisla ;: sta.N rI

>t ,communication which is rapidly .County as a, LAND SURVEYOR. I( ".. > iffllfjrfiNRYSUTPHINdafandsat Assacwcsxr.Harrtit city-and embrace this opportunity to inform Brace do.
All business in that linn which maybe cntros- '' them that lie has,and intend G.o Keilsy
31iJhini itself bHwea Button und j Benll"I 3EfiWAKO keeping a splendid *..
ted to his care. will tw Mthfullv attended to. I in the a4JOsl assortment of Day GOODS fc: GROCERIES diu F. X.u., bWiftliiiH'C4S ,

oath C..olina.-Btrki.ore American. .. EDWARD O. GOULD. ,! bore cased cause instituted by ,attach- which he will exceedingly cheap e & .Nr.Ad... tad lady,New Bstdlwd:w-V

January lethe 1834.ON I' swat, and all others Interested will take notice CASH. AU ord.nor goods will DO thankJally; LA. Thetas r. Adams. do. ;
The Boston that r.ceiYedancl attended J. K. Adam&. ........ .
Transcript has the fol- r.OST. '. declaration in Assumnait baa bean filed ; imnctaally to._ -- ---- .

owing i (:tract from a pig of Mr. ''' 7"resa.,. a GOLD and ENAMEL : herein, and that Jedgment will be taken at'said I V. r3ALu- t u a. Mr.NM McLsne Cast, .

ilert (late Mill 'Ketablo' ) cork onmenea. "' TIT7CKLB with a black belt term a& ..the ds T ndaat eater his appesMaase I Mist Sarah Ret& DoC.

The Tssnscript{" says hat aa i.attached to it The finder will meet with a. cad plead to the aame.JOS. SMITH.. NOTI BE. 1 .. 8. A. Brow,ChaiuSo.eBrownviEJ] CaT. a.X y.

sheets have found their intowtep \1. reward by leaving it at this of& .. mu persons indebted to the firm of Colt, i N Be '.
way Atty. for PIS ef.lI Bowroaan and Co. of Black MB/ nv uui mnmnnri AMU.
creek. 1:
from London.>> We copy the WJal." Baste of Flo....... fit ABgustiae, 0ta Dee.1181. F. are hereby required to make payment to Mr.N Nathaeiel John 0. McClellan Steed,Loctia ce.eases***.

:ce, and look for more. """TICB IS KEJlEBr OJVEN. thatan John Drysdale, Esqr. Attorney Law,St. Angustine. James H. Wright. do.do

Friday 14-b. .,. ANNUAL ELECTION for 1e1'11I1 1 i NOTICE.TO AU accounts and notes due said CODe *. .. loba Bar, ., .

11 F.irgot all abool it except" that I -01 DIrec'tors Taf of this Bank will bs held at the City print.tad cJairoln'she can ebtala a 1 I cero will be placed ia his hands for immediate .. David Baity, do.t
lalstsce collection. i
,Oft Monday the 16th February certificate of of lot N Henry Bra,.., do.N r.'
est about the town' vritti Colonel cssSrmation any in the .
ntit. ROMEO LEWIS I CHARLES EDMONJ>STON &CO.
Cashier oft of$ ; James Davit
a 0 e e TaDahassee ) t. Augustine,or anv tracts of land lying .. W. do.
i fish January, 1S35. north of flu city for two aides between the &.- ,; Assignees. 8am\1lllllc" do. ti
eel le tee his Q'taker wifo whom f I -- I S.btetimnsutdNortti rivers oroaAaastttiaitlond Slack Creek, 17tb Dec.1834. ow. N Robert.., do. :
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liked very much. ee > FOtTfD. ''cr ia tha nsJ feborhocd ef Co!.Bntow,will please N JbtspaSm .., do.
> e e e dT&VTnE BE AC If, a fire oared barite 1 otnd thssa ever to us iinmsdiatsly and show u PICOLATA HOUSE. .. John B. Tool do.

Drove all about New York which LF Clipper built painted black with a white the land erfeegiasisg comer so as to enable Bstecwey house is now opon for the re. .. Thomas&Palley, do.
atreak. The owner can have the same by pro- them law THIS Dr D James.
the directs.
re chap ever reminded me of the slag and aa ef visitera to whom every.accommodation GalWl1,. Y
property paying charges.GEORGE Mrs T
saf io France passed the Howttyr MARK0. .. & J. B. CLEIIETS, end eoiafort wjll be aJbrded.Tte W Oboe 4Jaay, N Y nAt .

Deputy Hurveyon.4t following have been eatablia&ed ae the rates,vie tie CU, $.tsL
Jan.
I'4th
... which 183ft.: .
it handsome
a finely' Avgustiae, 17th! Dee. 1634. .
For board and lodging by the day, 9 WO Mr.and Mrs. Ward tad""ute New York-
rtfertioHed hui1.Ii.thtl. a brutes N *. br the week "TMM Moe Ward, do.

It plasterej on the Pcdiment,1ttr ail LEFT.T NOTICE.SIX N brute tncmh a JIl. Hyatt curl stets, do. ..

wottd like an insurant mails or /% THE: CITY HOTEL, t trunk ana weeks after date,1 will apply to the lion For a breakiaat;a7 1-tc. Bailey, 40. .
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sign of the spread eagle: this is no* Steam handle Boat of Dry Goods from on board the Judge of the County Court of St. Johns For a dinner SOc. Lyoo, do.
Florida by I{.T. Ward. The ow. Fora supper 3712c. Howard
noun, Wo County for Letters of Administration on the estate do.
passed a pretty house nsr to prove property,pay charges and take it a* of Joan HrtftTAs decNor For night's lodging.!5c. N 'George IL May, do. r
pith Colonel-called an old mansion t .a,. Jan 17, 1834<<, 43-tf. 11,34-6w FRAW"9'VICS Large and com modioae stages belonging to N and Mr Gay Bryca,PaSals Jpm. -

rey on mehimand it! Old! I thoubht the estaWisement, can be as a short notice always .. :Wm.T. Dorrssee,Previdaace. i

r Warwick Cattle, of ffaifirld, of I .. lale..Tlft procured to convey visitors to sad from .. ,J.Josses,Borneo.N ,
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NOTICE. ..
t the city. n.. M..Wi".Tn.a..awo. '
of : : .
btfiotrs Hbp..ood-oldl and -
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there : HOUSE AND LOT belonfiag to :- -- -
i persons having demands against the ,
stood, with its white pillars and I : Estate of the late Major Woodruff AZZ AUsaHiaekley.Fredea ; New York. '
la of William Harvey,deceased, will fit A..uae At ... Capi Bradley U. S. Amy.
looking portico for all the World and new in the occoation of John C. Cleland present them properly attested, and all Mr.
Mrsons Augustus Depot
READING ROOM is fOr ,Uatenzaa.
C. new
Far terms l to Dr. W H. Simmons open i
ie one of chI apply indebted to did Estate will make immediate THE Benjarala
our own ye,terd.y silo B. D. HerriotTenteks reception of visitors at LtviirosToxt .. ; Ctoeeoy. T''fI_. t
m boxes. Old qootb,,t the woods Vtv payment to JOSEPH L. SMITH A.'" City HoTtt. J.B.CleaeutS. do. j
'Ttl.11'c. asIw.Couaty Dec. 17, 1834. N L C.CIe.! ...
waters, Iud hills and tki.t kit alone i The apartment selected br the. jurpose, ie oa ., do. '
e4d berr the the second floor of the buflding commonly known M Osbouns,West Indie*. _.-,
; works ef .
moo Rio Coart Baval Coamty. NOTICE. ae Sietttnr'9,and opens ta a1 piazza ea duo Mrs. CoL Perrsolt.

the? ery greenness and oamQllowrdNftcttoo Ia the-matter of the Estate of Robert Pritchard ./I LL persona caving demands against the bay. Adams, end terns! ; So.Ca.N .
ar'O\uhi true, his a youth and Eleanor Hall! Dee. J'JI. Estate Robert Washington Hutcheaon There ie a small Circulating Xiirary attached Reynolds, do. '

cf frgoroustap; and glorious pio- NOTICE OF DISCUARGE.LL a minor,deed. will present them properly attest to the Reading Room which will be ia Rev .r.Polk.....,D. C. ,

.1, wring lades with biot 0in., lore ed,and ell P'neaI indebted to said estate will operation ia a few cia,.. Dr. Wicket, PW1a4..... ,
PERSONS ITER ESTED, WILL make immediate 5aiteribtrt are respectfully requested to de A' Xis CernVaiX
abaiidtQt ted rich payment ta
Iliag produce, and pleats to take Notice, that six month poaite books tot the nee of the Library with tha .
let then lie proud of it. Bat theft from the publication hereof; the subscriber ad- Jscksmtville TIMOTHY D.e:.WIG' 1834.liTMAN, Admr. undersigned to whom also persons tattling it I Capt.D J.Ilea Jfether.Waaaf9gtoaDsjeaastCy.K. Y.

of;it if, the Americans are Dot sa. minLstatarotthe several Battles .Roster ... subscribe will ."a ,. IIr.Thomas M. Ateay, N.EauaaelJoaea y.
PtttcaAiB, dee. and ELzu ton HaLL,dec,will F. L. DANCY' : Saws.AlbemoIe co. Y"ar.-t&
led with gtorjriBg i ia what they sro, N
tmest bin accounts to the Honorable: ihs Judge NOTICE.ElEundersigned See.ef die Executive C.m_.... N ,New York. .. ,, :.
nth aid w.
considering the lime oppor- .f the Coasty Court of Daval County for tettieit having brew ap Nov W.A 24dIGlverr BucaJow, Soaeser Vile.Na. '
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-'tat; they are sever Iwfpy wiiboutiring .doDofa....lc4a... be discharged from bradmmiaua of Florida to survey Townships No. 15 and IS ........ N A.J. Peek. ... don do. '

i this their wpiiftgi to the 4 Estate JAMES HALL. iaRangea84,25,8dS7and88 South lad East NEW LIVERY STABLE BOW epeu4 At Mr.Htdritk's ,
BepL 11.11'
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cab t,f the e& wsrW and what i 27- a respectuilly t notifies all those who own privateeUims nearly oposita J. M. Hse..'. store oa Mr and N....Crime New Ycriu

i tttsjay lo than I Us! New York tilt" I within Aa above limit dot he will Chtiba ttrtt,where honea will be kept b/ N L NcAl'iB, do. ,
R'ev Sale, commence said surveys ia Tow&ahgi 19k, Range she Say week wr saoa i oa reasonable terms&e. fH.. lP,1SOS.p" "ftJplU. .
W No, by my two ttethsk Is i twp slot, tiiiitso lust lot 84 by the first December next.' C/Halataata! Of wilt horses and carriages 10 biro b,the hour orderby .. Bcou. ....
bet the oak *& aaarorDoaee, THE at land will tttcad tnpsrsoa crby daI1r.: ,.. o. sew AIlD. I 1-i
Ot occupied
New by tho Sobseri with the .ri4tueOf a e or the _
York wilt sorely,M the woild East Dec.I6tM83* 33-tf
bet .iaated od. sit
NO'l'IOEIALL
tCharloUl Sa a araat and ) aSia-
survey(iforiginally eurveyeo
tegetber leeg ea.. beeeae a fe w doors South of ridge Bu Tha NOTICE.
house ia eler the hand and seal of the Keeper of tho Wb- elaka
y aysospat ds in we k&ew'of beyoad SO by SSfteL The tat b lit act.. d78 licArchiveala8t.Augsa&aecd aa to labia f/X weeks altar date I will apply to the .persons of Isttasa having,......_q....die- ga '

Star, eoasafeiflg H yoa8 Oraaga true, II cfwhklx him execute. his duties,according to Uw tad I; All Hon.the Judge of the Coa., Coon of St. top... thin d1 ,---.-...sty. to wiw i1eribst t4oaorbefett

....... will .. -bttiaf neat ,.arThI instructional jQla'e Comuy for fatten. cf edmfntstratioaea :
I \ I boat b OM year old sal will be told the Estate of the a..'" Donald M'lafieab dco Wtorid.fw of Ja
". t FREDERICK: L. MING II"or they ria be ... '
.e* Qui IilHr. Theresa lino '. .
H- ., tfftly to the IIIIbecrlber on cheap.1 D Bcmyor. ANDREW. UUitelI\lON.

t to OIl k..It4p.tbison |ramt a i jSaT REUBEN H. PL Nevem t\i.t A 4th, 1I3t fi'1J': H. l _Cec.17,1134., er. f|. JIliN WOLUMS.II Ada'If.: -*3., .,

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:'-:.- ", c M ..\.'$ E.: ., ,. G.WHITE tad .T-t. HACJER.. CLAIMS # l vg. rsiJv4o* IIJ,JWW "aces. t, GENERAL ORDERS.HtlD *
Worm tha Printers of VKDCRTnBMlift& IDN iiur&ufcnceol b., f. AsoBMf JAeaiew QCASTtai, kD Bawuus Fr.o. 1
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RESPECTFULLY Sri IDA MltlTU, \
BYVIHIBr to%B0ath r haft 3L President onllo Uuhcd States 0" Anietl
fitrpentrComf of il>
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beta 'vlduttyknwnssestsb' Let DISTRICT or EAST FLOHIDA, tAI ta,do hereby declare and make known that St.'ugllae, 99th bior.1834. "
% K""cr. District oM-'lorirfa and;to me directc long
and delivered will to fiuUlie Sale i tor Founders that they bare BOW formed co Chamber 20th dug 1834. iI public sales will beheld'it tne following lard It having been hosted 10 the fl'C

feast or the Court House cxjate in the City of S ,I partnership in said business, tad hope, from .rO I ICE hcieby gtvrn, ,that the offices, in the rmf''I/llorl, at titer pee nr..liq"Second Jnva!e,tit ife*tUJT

Augustine on No -eI.).the 3lti' nf Larch nrx : thtir united skill and experience, to be able to .. undersigned is eparcd to icceivo tintls designated leer ue .ae ot the under I Regiment composed of M Militia of the Cot
between the hours \1110\ o'clock t M. and i five full satisfaction to all who may favor them losses'occasioned rnen'ionrd lands to sirs tics "t Aiacbua Coteabw, tad HiUtborflJtT
CLAIMS for by
such the Lan.ll1liel' T. .a, the beers orgaaked. It is
I' M of that doll the right ta and intere with orders. At at l.u on has not hereby er4sfef
# or Dli k Fit icrliman of in and to the following The introduction of machinery ia place of the Ti oops of ho United Slates in the /ril.t.ntld, m l.tctnbtr next, lor the diipo that an Election in said Counties for the eaefel

property, to w.t. a house and Jot situate i'i the tedious and unhealthy practice of calling year 1812 and 1813, as have out hero* sat ol'the public lands within the urilcrmcu* of a Colonel Lieutenant Coloal and Ma s?.y4

arrack ..nUn the City of M,Augustine at" type by band, long a desideratum by the European toford been presented lo the Judge of, 1 ioned,tu.ships and tractions) tuvnahips; to the said Sixth Regiment beholden ia said eaoa.

hounidci' as follows Nits on U.e North by ted American Founders; was by American this District or ID which llro evidence sit ties oa the first Monday in January nexttsai
of Unit North cube talC line.and vest of the rtcilUlan. l. the return thereof made a. directed
and expenditure
tat htl nJti"l to dIe estate of John Pot besot ingenuity, a heavy wnswitli held in of the de ky .
the watt by slut honing to Charles Ltwton and money, on the part of our senior partner, consequence under the rale and regulations preterite rW
K'ij on tla- the south b> Sirrcjl- first successfully accomplished. Extensive use tatone I chion of the Secretary of ihe/I're.iury, 'I o.n.lup I. ol TS rgr:5.To the GOftI'D 0'tie fHeetion of Civil Oft
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r anal on tl>e wen by George Street-taken a' machine cat letter has fully tested and that such claimswere not provided for' -naUips 1 ami 2 ol"tango 8. cer ia the Territory.Said .

! the proprrtr safe id Dirk P'ria.hmtii' M the established its superiority in every particular by the Treaty of 22d February 1819 bfiweoo 'l'o..n.ta'ptland 2ot ranges 10, 11, ,11, Election to be wIden and site rentas
edit ul William A Ca lwrll over that cast b, the old .proc... | the Goveinments of the United 13. and 14. ; made, &c.
' \IUf;l. "|.AIR. ifarshtl.rii The Letter Foundry business will hereafter Townhtp.( I.or range 15. In Alarbna, at the following plies to sic t
l: e star" ...t it phi'poned until) tlir be carried on by the parties before named, un I Suites and Spain. I o.n.l-i ip| 1. ( f range 16. let, In Micasope, at the house el Htwt
t1rtttSaturda in December. der the firm of WHITB UI.OKB& Co. Their t Each claim will be preferred' In the, 1 oars,hi;. 1, ut range 28. Uam.ll1Ipeeton. hoary ham Horace fitnitl

,1'1 specimen exhibits a complete series from Via*,. form of a Petition i In which 'tI., Peii Practintaliovnktirp laud tuunsMp! 5, olranp ud John G* Tyner.

GREAT NATIONAL ;. mond to 14 lines Pica-Tht Book and News sinner will sot forth particularly. ; 29.I Sod, In Hog Town at the how of BSs
WOR1f
type being in the most modem light and style I ows'ktilps 1, 2. 4,and S.ofrangc o' SOt Knight, Inspector,Eta Kmght, Thomas Bt*
and amount of. slut |leases
AMEBIC %IV .AGAZINL' & Co. for the sale of nature sustain '
White Ilagcr are agents nuiifthys 1.4. and S. ol rat.ge 31. ours and James Ham.
3! Of Useful and 'Htt.'t.SlillG l the Smith and Rust Printing Presses which cd-ihe> limo at which they occurird, North .,l the base line and cast of rnrrtJian. 3d, Atthehouve of Arnold Thifpen la.

r Ito be tllu-traUd by llCHDlrdgt'j'they can furnish to their customers at the maul J and [as the case may bn] that the cliiim pectors Arnold Tlugpen John Kerr and Wa
ufacturcr's ricer. Chases, Cases Compost ) 13. hanicl.4th. .
;' ,. t hot not 'been befoio prvsetitcd to the TuvmliipS.ol range o
: vig don Stick*, Ink, and every, article used in the Judge of this District, or that tub 01.{ Town*):ips 1, sml 2, nl range 14. At the house of Ephraim Tyner, laspee
nv TIIC printing business, kept for sale and furnished S.1uttt[ oi the base hue, and test rtciitlian torn, Ephraim Tyner, AbsoUra Thomas ssf
on the shortest notice. .Old type taken in exchange -1 denco in said claim was withheld in con I M. Tomlin.In .

BOSTON BERWICK COMPANY.V. fur now at 9 cents per pound.N. I nftquence of the decision of the Secreiu That past of to"tiuMn 11 situated north and Columbia, at the following places to wife

.liE success which has attended the publication B. Newspaper proprietors who give the' ry of the Treasury. Most ol lite Suwame user,'oi range 14. lit At the house of G.E. McLcHan lame.
of the best Magazines from the En above three insertions, will be entitled to five The Petitioner will moreover aver .\\ :>he same |place. in continuation, com tort G. E. McLellaa II. J. Ellis and C. R.Coll .
fcTwii Press, has led to preparations far issuing a .dollars in such articles as they may select from that at the limo of the losses uitnriitg un the third Jltenttay In littevttur in*.
periodical more particularly adapted to the wants our specimen. New York 1133.Octal. suffering xt. fur tie disf.oMl of the public la dJi M.tl.- tel At the House of Robert Brown Ia pec-
m 4 taste 01 the American public-wLiio it will .. complained of.lip was a siibject of Spain tit the limits ol the t rmtntiuiicl tou tore Robert Drown WUaon Brooks and Frag.

be trig object pi the proprietors to make the work 0- and that previous; 10 the hippming" of' ships ant l fractional iuwnshiialo wit cite J. lloff.

'", strictly what its title indicates, it will ncvcrthe- ot r aO EJl:1.I said losses the agent r
c. I in all articles 01 interest to its patrons s United States find rnidpu East Fid.! "'an. Robert, Inspector, George W. Roams, C
< 1\Wh.PI"r in Foreign Magazines.jncpnratiyus I I ST. AUGUSTINE. E. F. Fraetif nal township 1 of rang 8. frohock and J. Tierce..
The
Petition
a txtell.1\& hnve been entered into signed by the pdilitmtr.will % 1."wn.hip. I. 2,3.4. $. 6. anti 7.or range 9 Orb, at the House oi David Long, Inspectors,
k bath with artists and authors to furnish from all WILLIAM LEVlSGSTOff re. be filed -wi.h the unelpi >igue win TnwtshiJh 1.2,3.4.5,6 7, 8, aril 9. U.spihs David Long Isaac Smith aDd Uaha Green. 45th
of I and his friends and the will then lime In the New River Settlement
purt saw uion drawings illustrations of Bppuint. a for rcc.ving 151hr 1J.t at &t
ev ry sublet of interest which the publishers public in general, that ho baa taken this WELL' proofs in support, of the same. U\\ ,1 2.3.4,5,6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. louse[ of Morgan Prctatf, Inspector Morgan
coHhU ..uty believe will enable! them to issue a KNOWN AND LONG ESTABLISHED .f range 11 Prevail. James J. Prevail and Wra. Ward.
wo .''itfioruhle to its title and acceptable to the HOTEL and having been at considerable ex*' All chums must be pie+euted wMiin+ To whips 1,2.3,4.5,6.7, 8, and 9, ct! 6th, Nownansville, at the home of Sylvan*
A nil:.rai people. ;:: pence -in putting it in repairs is now ready and ,one year firm the 2Gih Ji.nn hi,t.Applieniions range 12. Ellis, Inspector. Sylvanus Ellis, fienoet M

The first number of the American Magazine, will be happy to accomdate those who may la.1 I will br niado at the Township* 1, 2, 3.4.S, and ol tinge 1 3Townshipt Dell.and Wm.M Read.
iHwtratedjMrith about splendid! vet him with their patronage. Gth at the house of Thecp&u Week, Jr.le
twenty engraving Chuiiihns of ihf' Judge between the 1,2.3, 4,and 5. tJ range 14.
wiM appear on or before the first of September, : Good STABLES and CARRIAGE HOUSES hour of len .111(1 four in the d-.v.nonr. t owl-ships 1, and tractioual town lii|> ?, 3 specters Thcopilns weeks Jr., James Robt t,,
and be continued monthly containing between are attached to the premises. _, ant) t...tMnjel5fownohip and Stephen Sparkbun.fn ,
40 and SO I N. tf. The Athtneum is kept at tl.i. stab : UAYMOND ReiD Hilisboroagh
imperial octavo pages, and be fur* 'I I 2. and fractional towns ip 2, of ,
rmfeed at the low price of two dollars per an* lishment. Judge I .lit Si.:|"i. r..! I' range 16 At Tampa; Inspectors, Joshua StafforiWs.
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THJHI. It will comprise The Charleston Courier and the Federal Union Ellis and Edward Dixon.
DE" Florida. bad
? *i M He Office CT. \tJoc"TI.I,on the ;
Portraits and Biographical Sketcbes of die of Millcdgcville! will please insert the above I teanJJfentlay December next, lur bc din And it ia hereby further ordered/That the SeW
tmguinhcd Americans Views of Public Duil three times a week for one month and. forward II II I I:. SJt of.lit i.u'ahc| land viijiin the limits ot'' 'officers of said SixtL Rf'CiIOel1t.ooa u
PnivATB. No 61.
ding Monuments and Improvements Landscape heir accounts to this office. I the' ui.dcrm-niion townships! and fractional. practicable utter being chose, shall caste tie
Se .icry-the boundless variety and beauty Oct. 22d 31.-4w AN ACT for thelioJ' nf certain 2o I Inwnth'p' to wil| I several Bataliona and Companies to be orgta*

vrlticli, in this country will form an unceasing Iiabiiis is tf EMI Flondv. Nor'" .>t the base line.and east nf the mcrrdian.Factional zed officered and prepared for service accerd-

saurcc of instruction and gratification, cngra NEW STOR.E i. lit it tnacttdby Small and House to*nstup* 1 2. 3. 4. and 5, (eat ing to law.
i inii and the descriptions of the character ha. MI St. liar?river) 1 1 r..rg3. The General Commanding avail himself
e. bits &c.of Beasts Birds .Fishes and Insects THE subscriber respectfully informs the of Itcprtsentafivrt of the United Mate Township I.l 4.4,and fractional towiiaht. this occasion to announce tb: John Drysdak
tog th ,with every subject connected with'the I' that he hat opened a STORE in ofAmericn in Cong'itattmbltd 1 hat *,, of range 24 Erq. has been appointed Ai i.oIWlt Adjetast
Geography, History, Natural and Artificial re the c ty of SL Augustine one door north of the General of the 2nd the Rank of
the Secretary nf sic I rek.uiy be, und TDU n"tips' 1.2. anal 3. ot range 25. Brigade saris
t sources.t the country illustrated in a familiar City Hotel, where he offers for sale a general he is hereby authorized and diircied 10 'I u\ utMp 1. t II range 2ri. Major in the place of of Join L. Williams,Esqq
aid proper assortment of Foreign and DomettieA1SO resigned And bo will bo and
Fractional obeyed respited
townships 1.2. 3. anal 4,of
range
manner.FREEMAN
nf in mtT'a,
HUNT, I CE.7 GOOCS. pay, out any money $ uiy 25. accordingly. By order of Brigadier Geeeal

Agent of the Boston Berwick'' Company 47 not mhemiitt aggro treated, the frnoun Fractional townships 1,2, and 3, of range Joseph Hernandez, comma ndjni' Bsig
Court Street Boston July 19, 1831. --' awarded by the Judge of the .cu|.ciiurCnnri ads F., M.

wvbe IO will Editors throughout the United States Sugar, Tea, Coffee spices Boots, Shoes ,I nt St. Augustine the Teri ho. 27Fractionhl low nib pa, 1, 2, and :, of. rsn,e ,, 8. HILL WILLIAMS.
strtions in give the Above Prospectus a few in. I Hard and Tin Ware, &e."&c. &c. 1 I of Florida, under the mithmiiw cf me 89 AU de Camp.
their respective papers, and send one i All of which will be sold cur A?for cash only.N. south of the bale fine, and cast of be tnr : .
ropy containing the same, shall be entitled to B. He has a few PATENT REFLECTORS one hundred and Ibly first chapter t u ridian. -

one-year'subscription to the same I, an admirable article for family use. the acts of the snventcentli Cougie np Th,t part of In_n lip U, (east of Suwanct I For Sale
.". 8. NICKERSON. proved third Match thousand ; rivrrot
one fight rangr 14 I
8Rpcrl" Cu1i.-E.! *: II1IA.ldn. Nov. 13. 84--tf hundred and twenty there far l I. sees T"vnslnps 10. II. and 12, <-f range 25. : To be sold it ptivatfc sale. all Siori

COUNTIES OF ST. JOHNS. A 111054 UI. occaMoned in Eire a, b.11f TMv k-.pa cull >;..at 12. INDIA AFFAIRS. T wnvl.ipa 10,11 of with the BrrrntKixa ESTBUSVXXTT fon .rl*
TO. I :12. &'lcI13. range 17
en1(troops in tho service of die Urnird T 6 ., occupied by Colt, Bowrowsan & Co. at Black
CLCKK'S Orncc, Sept. 27th 1834. WAR DEPARTMENT bat wn hip% 7. aril 23, < range 18t
THE to me the duty of faotig.tinff Slates, in the year one thousand right uwnibin 5, 6 7, 8.9, and 23.car"nle 29 Creek For particulars enquire ofthe Sub
4 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given Tha the claims sgainit the Seminoles and other pro ntllldlirj sad tttru nnil v.. .1'Gu..nd iut....i.ir. 1 U3 S 67 8 and 13 ofranpe 20.' scriber. OEO. lALLMAY,
: .for Court for said comities, wil) petty allcdgtd to have been stolen by themand eight hundred and thirteen in all rases i owi.ilnpi 12 3 6 7 -nd 8 ot range 21. Clack Creek oil Dec. 1031 8 -tf

be Adjourned over from the SECOND Monday ] tor the payment of which seven thousand dol whore tho decision of the said J. .tee That I'ortionot lounUiip east of st all
: in OCTOBER next to thb THIRD Monday in river ,
lars have been appropriated. rys and toe whips'2 34567 and 6'I c"rsngr
DdCiJMU mid that all shall bo deemed by the Senrtmy of'
following; i. persons Claimants are requested to submit their 72. NOTICE.
botthd ;o appear at the said October term will bo 'laims"established without delay, u I desireto the Tieasuiy' to bo just : Provided, hat portion or owruli.p 1 rbst of St. II< PERSONS having claims to land in Fast
required to appear at luc time last mentioned close the investigation and report to the De That no jiumd bo paid eirepi in thotia I n s r+vcr and townships 234567 add 8 ol hereby notified, that par-mat
of which all persona interested will take due nostier. partment by the 85th of December ensuing at "o of those who, nt she timn of suffer* range 23 to instructions of th. Surveyor General of Flo
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i furthest. ii-R tho loss actual 1''nah'pl 1 9 3 4 5 67 and 8 of ranee 24. rids I shall proceed to survey District C. abort
of iheSpunUh
..By order of the Judge, Postage must be paid on all enclousurcs tome were subjects Townsliips 12 4,5 G 7 a..u: 8"f range 25 the 10th of November next beginning in Township

K. ,B... GIBBS. Citric.. by mail. WILEY THOMPSON. Gnvcrnnipni: Andpnvidcd- i Fractional township 1 cf ranre 29. No. 15 of Range Nn. 29, and continue east
U. S. Indian Agent. ; 'o, That 110 hwrad ba pai.l tin dipredniions Each aisle still be kept open ti-r iwo week to the Atlantic Ocean. This District will probably
AN ORDINANCE to prohibit the firing of Seminole Agency '00' 84- 3w.1flarakal's I committed in EH.I Ffundu: nre-- .nd the lands reserved law fir he use rl embrace the principal waters of Spnsg

guns pistols,squibs crackers and other combust v vious lo the entrance into ilt.H 1 piovinee I sci.ools or far other purpt ses v ill be exdu Garden Haw-Cretk, Tomota sad Ualii&x Ri
b. or iaflaxnmablo instruments or mate Sale. I of ho ded for sale. ver. Certificates from under the bane and seal
.w within certain limits of tbs City of Su Au. ti Y VIRTUE .fanaliu.Titoffierilelui. Stales. agent or Hoops of the United Given under my httul at the C'lyofVas> of the Keeper of the Public Archives at Su Ao

auetl n. sued out of the Superior Court for the I IEast.m inRtonthis seveiith d.f July A l. guttine will be rcq'.ircd in all casco as an evidence
&ee. 1. Be it ordained by tie:, mayor and AU : and directed Sec. 2. And be it further enacted -i18'4. ADI.LW J JACKSON. of the confirmation of Private Claims.I
District of Florida to
me .
dermenofthe City of St. Augustine, That it [and delivered I will expose to public salt in That the Judge of ihf Supct ins Coin ofAugustibo nS President hope that the lecessary facilities will be af:
ahU not bs lawful for any person or persons 3t. I-L1J.U Slav forded by the cla mams to cesblc to toeatt
me
other fire front of the Court House in the city of St. Au. be, and h. hereby is, au wAleD,
to discharge or firs off any gun of arms t; )m.miuiotjcr of the their claims cor cd),"Otherwite I meat sane?
4th of
the Octoberaextbetween thorized Ceucrand
In the said city within the limits described by gustine, on Saturday day receive, examine, and ad. office.J'llp lAnd the country as I tie Dom.-in.
tho hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and
the following boundaries, to wit A line run. judge oil cases of claims fur losses occasioned 12- PAUL M'CORMICX.
tang southerly from Fort fit marks along the 3 o'clock P. M. of that day the following tracts by the aforesaid in .
troops one Deputy
Surveyor
of land, to wit i one tract or t>f
or parcel. parcel .
IAwr of the bay at low water mark to a point land consisting of 5000 acres situated on the thousand eight bundled and twelve, nnd Oct.2Stb,1831. 34-3w
of the Guard Ilousethenee
east west .
magazine St. Johns between Buffalo eight bundled and thirteen NOTICE..
of tho IIP
toMaria Sanchez Creek, thence northerly along lea.' side river not 'e o .
I Bluff and Mount Tucker, and bounded u (o' fore presented tlin said $1EL PROPOSALS for supplying
; to
Jmlpn h
Rid the southwestern
creek until opposite corn > o. > United Btate. Superior Conrt-Ua'a Florida.
Iowa,'0vit t the lat line begins on the bank which the lh Troops stationed at St. ,
er of the Government House lot,thence continuing 'vidancef'thl".ld 111 lance
i Barracks in the IN CHANCERY.
the river rforesaid and runs north 72 degr *, City of St. Augustine ,
west of said Government house lot and east consequence of ihu decision of the .. mo ida with FRESH
of the Catholic the lines and east JCS Mins to a pine marked H. on the ink .1 BEEF for twelve Elizabeth Bunch
thence along the burying lines to ground said to Fort. And any 01-b-rsa creek or branch-the 2d lin runs retary ref tho TreasurSs that such claim- \\Sft commencing on the lit dajrof January. vs.
or violating the provisions of touts; 31 degrees east 896 chains t: s x thor were not provided fat bv the area y otFebntaiy 1835 and ending on the 31st day of December Tbomu H.Dmnmett' ,'Dsttglas CicsIjr
person parsons mark the 3d line south 72 83G-"fiU bo received lb-r the subscriber until 1 G.
ibis or.Iinancoshill fins of Five pine with the tame second thou Mornings Samacl McCarmeyrAIeis
subject to a twenty one \;nd be 200
day of December
West SOS chains to another with 1834 at 10 o'clock der Gordon
degrees Nathaniel A.
pine Thorn Joseph
l> before the Fro
oiiaa to b, recovered mayor, right hundred and nineteen
untueenllio A. M. when they will be
the same mark at a place called Horse landing opened. Lawton & Charles Lawten.ON .
tied i that herein contained shall bs so
construed nothing to the United 8t its on the bank of tht said river thence along the governrornt nf the Uritfd Slate% The BEEF to bej of good and wholesome MOTION OF THE COMPLABf
as troops
or Mditia of the prevent Ten onr trom firing their arms same to the place of beginning-also another and Spain: Provided, Tit such claims quality Necks,and fa quarter shanks, with equal portions of each. solicitor, and it having been made M

q Wail ia the discharge: of their military duties tract or parcel of land consisting of 5000 acres be presented lo the said jtdge in tll.Imcflt The of to be excluded. ; appear by affidavit. That the said Cictfr GMunningi
bnU tm: whenever in the opinion of the mayor, situated on the*,west part of the river St. Johns nf one year from the l'h.IitGO| of beef required days and issue the the probable quantity er I Samuel McCartney Alexander 0.
aDd
between the place called Panton and Leslie'sold terms conditions or
uh firing off or discharging of guns or other this don Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph Jawtonsai
+ And also the
net
4 : provided, Tli.it the contract can be ascertained
store and the, lands formerly cultivated by on application to Charles
i firs shall': be considered Lawton reside out of the JurisdictMt
rmsby any |ra lawf-il l and n >ces ary, then tho said penalty shall the widow Pl'nrrce-endlng on the south side auiboriiy herein given shall bn subject at St.Francis, Barracks. of this Court i the said Cicely G. MunniftpB
not bs incurred. opposite die Horse landing-tho lat line begins to .hr' .uicliuns crented by tic I pro 1st Lieut. F. L.DANCY, some pan of the West Indies and the said A-

8 DC. 9. Bs it further ordained. That it any at a cyprcM marked II on the bank of the said visors tn the preceding section. Net 11, & A. C.ef Subsistence, U. S. A. ', Texan er Gordon Samuel McCartney, Na&
person or persons shall within the limits afore. river and run.lOuth 72 degrees west 175 chains 34-Jir met A. Thorn Charles Lawton and Joseph Lc '
'pshl fire,discharge or let otTany squibs crack. to a pine-thr Sd lino runs north decrees ton in the United States. It is ordered that tsi
,try or other combustablb o: tnflaiunable mats* welt SbC chains to another pine-the third line NOTICE.SIX above named defendants do appear and aa'wl
liais such person or persons shall bs sub a.to runs north 72 degrees east 175 chains to the week. after date I mil apply to. the JOHN G RAGHT1, the said complainants bill of complaint on or before
a &ie of fin dollars be recovered before the bank of the river at or near the aforesaid store- .the Judge of the County Court of St. MllCBAXT TAttO, '1'. ATTGrSTWI.HAS the twentieth day of March next other**
.,; Msyot. aBee. thence along the river to the place of beginning Johns County, for letters of Administration on the said bill will be takeapre coafttt 1"-
3. Be it further ordained, That if any taken ai the property of Jos. M. Hernandez at the estate CoxtTAirriME Doconctrr, dcc. FOR SALE AT illS STORE, (re them.
the Suit of Thomas Napier. VENANCIO y opened) an assortment of goods And it is order to
; 81*v* fc'.mlUioltts: the provisions of this ordinance aANCJIEZ. : further ordered that this _
of
/m th.. fine ftuaU be recovered of the master or mire SAMUEL BLAIR Marshal Nov. 12. 34--Cvr sell a SUPERIOR QUALITY wkieh he will i published once a week until the said tirt4av
.I trws u:* ueli alavejor; the said slave may place August 27th 1834. i I at a small advance above the New York of March next in the Florida HeraU.ted I'
above tilt is postponed until the first E7c will} keep on hand BATS BOOTS St. '
of s*d ft-:e be sentenced to whipped not more NOTICES I SHOES and AugvsOse this 16th Waref
thai Jiry; lashes at the option of such matter or Saturday in December. HEREBY GIVEN that from and after GENTLEMAN'SVEARING 1834.

{ mat ess lit or she paying the costs of the rro* ..-, i I the first day January next the Marshal'sand clothing APPAREL Hue,for and wirrrsfc various surd other srrxMia article dress.'ia the ,,B. A.PVTVAX, Solicitor.

teeution. NOTICE I Clerk's Offices will be open for tho transaction 69"Gentlemen's ROBT. RAYMOND REID .
-- Sec. 4. Be it further or alne. That it shall having been business every dart(Sanda,I excepted m the most fatMonsllt clothing made to order and Judge Sup. Court, Dish Be FlIriH.,
lid
op manner,
be lawful for any person to make complaint of TilE : tweea the hours'of D A. M.and 8 P. M. ted to FIT warran A true copy-Attest,
,sty violation of this ordinance and that it shall I by ihf Surveyor Gonoral SAM'L BLAIR, Marshal.K. Oct. 23 ,_ K.B. GIBHClfr ,
1 e tirft je4d duty.f the Citrme .cgOf.ho Florida to survey Townships No. 15 and 10 B, GIBBS, Cleik i I, ai-. Sept. IS. 183. J7-Gra.'
baU in such cases be a competent witness and in Ranges, 15,ta, n and 23 South and East Ieo. 17, 1834. I
tAikted to one third of tbs fine coQectai.See. I respectfully notifies all those who own private NOTICE I II
'. 5. Be It farther ordained, That an or. claims within the above limits that he will A LL interested' I TUCFLOBID .
Notice persons the Estate or 70 I
I dtaaaet cnttilod "An ordinance to prohibit the commence said surveys ia Township 15, Range '
; firisg of eras pistols squibs crackers and othersembt I 24 by the first December COX Claimants of TilE copartnership heretofore ,existing It .tISEPB M. SANCIIEZ will take notice A HERALD
:
that six months after
the this date I shall
sti'>Is aad imlammable insUmns .dma- land will attend in person or by their agents subscribers under the firm o ; apery to
: ,with the evidence of confirmatJen of the BWIKGTOS & Bitntt-iir, expired this day by the Judge of tho Coaaty Court for the Couaty IS runLtaaastEYERY
a
,: :1" Kmls uithia certain limits of that City of SL Au copy its ofSt 10 for
oJ'4Umitailon., a discharge from the duties
and if originally alien of SATURDAY
( earveyed *
t siMtM passed the 18th December 1890. bo gnat survey Executor of said Eet
AU .
u: aad At same are hereby repealed. der ski band and seal of the Keeper of the Pnb persons having demand Sfslnst said first '
Pastsd December 31, 1838. lie Archives-in-St Augustae, to at to enable are requested to present them without delay to Jens JOliN LEE WILLtAltS. '- BT7ABUS ,

'r 4 JOfiLL.SMITH mayor. him td execute. bit duties, according to law and either of tho- subscribers..0. JBUDTNGTON 18th 1'34.13GJQ M .. '

instructions .
T I .FREDERICK WING, H Dl IJAIiD\VW. -,r II AT ','
.'- .. ,- Deputy Sonrtyor. Black Creek Nor. 5, 18J4, .u-aw .- J SUBSCRIBER offers for sale bra i FIVE DOLLARS PER
1\0 TIC E: house and lots situated ia Jacksonville. ANNlftfO
November 24th 1M4. 31.WAHT2EB. P. 8. The fast -
sailing copper &ateDod Sehr. St.Johns doer E. F4 The fcstso is two stories
ALL pe was havbf c4iims againstth. Es SALUDA W ,Z. Bccirotoff, -Master, will Wsb,'fifty three by thirty feet with kfcckea aad ADfBfiTI8BMEfTS ffitfefte at
of.aIL Bait::, dec. art reqo ttsdtopmsnttksmdaly continue ply between Now York Charleston outhouses eligibly situated 1st4 4 .
l .aathtmicaed to tht sub and St.Johns-tha entice winter For freight Terms will be raids on a eeraer: DotLAtt per }tease for dID fin ilt-5:,
MdW the of eteaiy"boarders Ja. private fatally. acc< nmod.UDg to the pstewCbaser .ertion and Vim CENTS .
on or before 10th day Janus Aliw passage, having superior accommodations and pa'meat tray be ra* particulars of 8. K. GIFFORD
enquire
111+"or they will be forever barred. No 1 Mtrkltflfuatf ipply, to the Captain on board or to O. Bading negro property. Apply to t D. HART,, ottO 'H"a Cf eu one Loiadvert'
JOHN WILLIAMS.' Adm.r."ofl1. ton at Blaek Creek er B.D. BaHwfa at St FRANCH RICHARD't! 'mftItih1 prop.ltloar.'ao H'
r *.-* :&-.*. f n. tt. tfr4w. Aap.. S.ftt, ,1'lIa.. s. s I"be'ct iiideiicl\t_ INII'i' .r a f



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