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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: April 1, 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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.Ie dlT2'.R62'J. summer cantonments and encampments in* I PUBLIC. No.5. tacola bay by Pitman ferry, oo the Chat- grants, Wit tamrdiatrlf! deprhed of hie
eluding a farm at Fort Monroe fur Military I AN ACT to allow farther limo to complete ihtwaning taboochie four thousand dollars. command, and teat in his tarn ti the fort orCabaaa.

= practice pottage on public letters and packets I and oetUag of milUanr w land warrants For continuing the improvement or the .'\ military commission w..s appoint
expenses of count mart!*! and courts I daring cite late war.Be navigation of Cbattabooehie river from Cedar ed by the governor to make a close inquiry

of inquiry including tho compensation of I ft enacted by the Senate and Howe of lilufT to tbe Big Spring in Florida, according into the conduct of this officer, w Lo it u suspected .
judge advocates members and witnesses; RepreKntatintofthe United State qf America to the report of the assistant .quartermaster was the main supporter"' of ambling
extra pay to soldiers under an act uf Congress in Congnt auembled. That tho act co- charged with the superintendence houses.. '

of the second March eighteen hundred titled An act to ollortr further time to com i of the removal of obstructions two thousand Another laudable mcasureof General Ta

and uineteeti, expenses of tbo expresses pleto the issuing. and locating of military doUan.I .- COD. was the prohibition of rear bhi ea. tech

from the frontier putt, of escorts to pay laud warrants approved tbo twenty I I For removing obstructions in the Chipola in public or private home. At first some '

matters, hire of laborers, compensation to sixth day of May one thousand eight bun river, io Florida five thousand dollars. tavern keepers, at well a* private citizens,
extra clerks in the office of quarter master deed and twenty four, and also tho operations Approved February 2 lib, 1&35. tried to trifle nitb hit Elcelleat,'. ordinances

-=--- general and io the offices of quarter masters of the act approved the twenty fourth but they soon found their mistake. Be*
A\\d- 0. TilE UNITED STATES, and assistants at posts where their duties can day of February one thousand eight bun [PUBLIC. No. 11.1 lag detected bv the Police, the former were

IMSSCD AT THE tECO.ND SKtSIOll star TUB not bo performed without such aid aDd to mired and nineteen, which by said act of ono I AN ACT to provide fur the further compensation sent to the Cabana, aud the latter-though

1'1:11'1 TUIRD CO50RCSS.PtJBLlC. temporary agents in charge of dismantled thousand eight hundred and twenty four, is of the marshal of the district of Usfowaie. claiming the right of playing for a few donI I

T ..... works and in performance of other duties revived, be and the said acts aro hereby I bluons with their friends at their own houses
[ No. 1] coffins and other articles necessary at the interment extended and continued in (vice fur tbo : Be if enacted by the Senate and House. of -were summoned to appear before the Governor

making approprittiont for the of non commissioned olHcers and term of five yean from and after the tWOD- ', !hFIedaliruo/'Ae United S'tatuof America who reprimanded and fined them severely.

arturnnt expenses ol the ludian Department soldiers and purchase/of horses, and various ty sixth day o'f May las. inCongte aittmbUd.. That tbe marshal i

for the ,car ono thousand tl&ht huudrcd other cxpendituret necessary to keep the regiment I Approved, Jan. 27th 1835. of the District uf Delaware shall be entitled These salutary reforms and many other

aud thirty five. of dragoons complete, in addition to to receive in addition to the compensation measures internal policy aDd improvement

Be it enacted by the Senate and hove of an unexpended balance of twenty thousand I (PUBLIC. No.6.] now allowed by law, an annual salary of promoted by General Tucon have it appears

Krpre. ntetitetofthe United State of Amerfcl dollars, the turn of three buudred. and twelve AN ACT to *>xteudth time lasting military two hundred dollars payable qoarlcrly, out changed entirely the whole aspect of
That the folloHiogsotnsbe land warrants to the fileri and tofdiirsof of any in the Treasury not otherwise
in Congre auess&kd thousand dollars. ', money! the city, which before was the abode of corruption.
revolutionary
and they are hereby appropriated ''For the allowance made to the officers it enacted mm bv jr.Ik tht Senate and House of appropriated. dissipation and crime. E1'er1..hi.

to be paid out of aoj money fur tho transportation &if their baggage,*ben i Represeatuticee the United State of America Approved February 24th 1835. zen is nnn enabled to walk in the streets at

i in tue Treasury not otherwise appropriated travelling on duty without troops and allowance in Congress of astembltJ That the timeallowed I I well in the night as during the day "hl..ut .
bribe curreat expenses ofthe Indian De- to officers on topographical duty fur laad [PcBLic. No. 12.] being o>posed to all the insults gad dangers
issuing military wtrrauts
:
AN ACT
entitled
suprteuiiMiUry to an act "An
tbousaud eight Iud which
,rtmrnt for the year one lu.eriatoDdiol'orkina part.cs fifty the officer and soldiers of the revolutionary were formerly rnvounteicd.
to Act to authorize the inhabitant*of the state' of
hundred and thirty five, viz: three thousand dollars. army shall be extended to the first day Loui-iana to enter the luck 'land.' I Those averse to a regular system of order,

IV the pay of tho Superintendent of Indian For the transportation of the clothing January, eighteen hundred sad forty. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of, having& hitbctto. been allowed to indulge with

Affairs and the several Indian agents, from the depot at I'biladelphtatp tbo stations Approved, Jan. 87th, 1633 Repnttntatitx of the United States o f4'lrztr-i impunity iu *11 kind.of crimes and dissipation
at provided fur by the act of thirtieth or ofthe troops of subsistence from the places tea in Congress UUt l61ecl. That dae time : complain bitterly ag-dnst what they

June one thousand eight hundred and thirty purchase and points of delivery, under PUBLIC No. 7.J I given by the arts to which this is a supplement I call the tyrnonir'al measures ufche Goternur;
four, fifteen thousand doll r*. contracts, to .the where they are required but from the contents of the Havana patient
posts
*N ACT f.r the final aiju! 'iiuent claims to: to tho owners of lauds bordering on a* ;
For the pay of the subageuts allowed by to be usrd of ordnance from the fguud Iand in tbi :tat. clrlimi.i4na. hY of the river, cn-ek.bayous,or otbvr w a- and our prttate correspondence we are led
the same act teu thousand five hundred dollars. ties and.Mrsenals the frontier posts and lie it enacted by the Senate and Hous of ter course* or the ritate of Louisiana to become to think that the select part of the population

fortifications, aud lead from the Western of Represents tictt of the United State oJ America the pure'baser by preference the foreign, residents in particular, congratulate

For Ibo pay of interpreters allowed by mines to the several arsenals, transportations in Congress atsemlled. That any person tracts adjacent la those owned by thstn, be, : themselves on the foiInnate changehe ;

the same act, seven thousand five hundred' of the army including: officers when removing or persons b ring claims to lands in the and! the sumo is hereby extended onb year has brought about. N. 1' Cour. and .

dollar with troops either by land or water State orLeulilal. whoso claims have been from the fifteenth of June next. Enq. _

For present to Indians authorized by freight and. ferriage, purchase or hire ol horses recognized by former lawst MS valid but Approved, February 24tb 1835. ...
A Lion tamtft The Boston
the same art fivo thousand dollars. oxen mules, cart, wagons, and oats which have not heretofore been confirm Traveller
For the purchase provision for Indians, fortransporiaion of troops and supplies; and to the grantees or their legal' representatives, [PUBLIC. No. 13.] concludes an interesting artlcl dcverif ve of

at the distribution of Annuities while on for garrison purposes, drayage Bud cart.'ge lie anti they are hereby, authorized to pres- AN ACT to cotnplfttft certain toads in the Terri- the "manner and habits"uf the Lions of the
v'bitsofbusiucs* with the superintendents of f Asking.." Menagerie at preient in that city, with tbo
at the several posts hire teamsters, trio sent their claim tll the register and receiverof ry "
and aients, and n hen assembled! on public sportation 'of funds for tbo nay department the land office in which the laud may lie, Be it enacted by the Senate and House, of following anecdote of John Jearttheir keeper

l'ui-ifltt.elcvelllhouhud eight hundred dollar the expense of sailing a public transport between within two years from the passage of this Representative the United Stake of Amer- a young man who b said to possess

*. the several posts on the gulf of Mexico act together with the written and other testimony lea in Congress assembled. That tho mum of wonderful power over wild bes, and who

Fur the necessary buildings required at and procuring water at such posts as in support of the same and it shall of twenty thousand dollars be and the same has been connected. with a Menagerie from

the several ngrncir nod repairs thereof from their situation require it, the sum uf he the duty n f the register RWi receiver to is hereby appropriated out of any money in early boyhood: Ho determined to enter the
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of Linn
tern thousand dollar ono hundred and thirty eight thousand duty record in a nook to be kepi by theut for thatJurICIe. the Treasury cf the United States not otherwise cage a seven or eight years ago
I,W stationary and rent and fuel to the road leading when no one in this country bad been found ".
,
postaee, lars. the notice ur every claim sic preferred appropriated complete
fnir office, as authorized tsy the net of June For contingencies of tbo army ton thousand together ith the evidence in upori of from the southern boundary line of the bold enough to make the attempt. He seis

thirtieth, one tbousauJ i-fcht hundred Bud dollars.. the same and the said register and receiver State of Missouri by Jark...*, Lluto-Roetr: ad am opportunity when ho fiat alone with .
;
tlirty fi-ijr three thousHiid dollars.Tor ? For tho national armories three hundred urn hereby further authorized to receive anyI.JVM and .W.--*..ft' >i>t to the ton n of Fulton, on the animal and the Lion was reposing to

I cdiitingcncic. uf tho Indian Department and thirty thousand dull",n. _. .. *.. ,.., pod MM bvumrvruiuvr innmdu- the north bank: ol Red River: ;and that the steal within the cage and tit for some mill
.
I>*ur t tin H*a ail uuitara.Approved fr or arsenals, ninety four thousand three ale who may resist the confirmation of any further| sum of fifteen thousand ilnllur mos on bit back. The Lion uotiVed him in

I Jutinnry 27ih. 1335. hundred and thirty four dollars. such claim either o-i their."D behalf, or that i he appropriated in like manner to; complete the ban.same and menniy John took way n nurn the utmtuv sue

I JNO.UELU For the current expense of the ordnance of the United States, mid came to be taken : the military road leading fro hi; Fort courage next tune
he entered stir hint "with
?wilcr of tin Il'iimenf nt'tr.tive. service sixty eight thousand four hundred any evidence which shall bo deemed n-ces jTowton i on Red River to the northern boun- to up 1'010--
John found in
i M. VAX JlVltl:S dollars. sary and by them to hive such claim dary line of the State of Louisiana In tbe no difficulty rendering the animal -

Yiee 1'le.1JltI4(11to t'nn.-d >iltenand Pro, For arrearages& prior to the first of July properly and proper jiutly settled, and to have the direction of Natchitoehes. as subservient as if he were not in his
I .i i l.*nt ">f the eicuate.ANDRUW eighteen; hundred and fifteen payable thru same likewise recorded in sid book for : Approved Feb. 24 th 1835. power; though it was two or three years before
his employers dare trust him to enter the
I JACKSON I, the office of the Third .Auditor iu addition which service in recording the applicant'stitle 1 in the of Ho baa
tu on unexpended balance of three pnpers ant evidence they thall bt' entitled U:65i B L Jt Ors- cage presence hit company.
several sears on bands and body where
f I'unLlc So 2j) thousand two, hundred and seventy nine dollar to receive*_ from aid applicant alibis has but
he been wounded
slightly no Lion
AX ACT ",\t ill= al'frorriitlir'h.rur the coronlo* aud seventy four cents, the sum of two rate of tttentY-lve cent for every hundredwords /Ammo.From .tbo lat acouuts received I him bat ;
tiltn..fdl.nulitaiv: bum k- at. New Qrlean. has ever prostrated once. He *as -'
thousand dollars. .- from this quarter, we feel happy to announce in the and the meat was brought before
Re it enacted ly the Senate and house of Fur arrearages between the first of of July SEC. 2. And It it further enacted. That that in consequence of th new.Go the time ClIO; the sight mud the smell! ..aute.t l the
Rfprtuntatirt ofthe United State*of Amerfeu eighteen bundred and fifteen and the first it shall be the duty of tbo register and receivers vernor of the Island, Gen Don Miguel Ta- Lion suddenly to arouse aud lie struck-down
in Congreu auembted. That the sum of the land offices, at or before the be.Itinuing .
January, eighteen hundred and seventeen con tho internal state of the city of Uavana his keeper at a blow. John retained self
ofone hundred and fccven thonssnd dollar, payable! through the office ot the second of each action Congress thereafter : has undergone a most beneficial eh oge.- possession and with a dextrous application

be anti li.e' name urihereby appropriated Auditor, cue thousand five hundred dol mike to the Secretary of the Treasurya The Americans who>> have had ors opportunity of the 'raw hide' in bit aad"hr

and' <,ia
Treasury not uthrruisr tipprnpriated fur i For payments in lieu of clothing to discharged presented before thorn together with the late Governor rives are well aware that it -The clothes were all torn front bit
thn rnmpletion uf the barraeks: at New Orleans soldiers tbuusaud dollar testimony accompanied by their fJl.iniual..ftho much infested '
thirty robbers
was so by pickpockets breast and Lit skin scratched; but he rcceiv
under the direction of the Secretary See. 2. Jnd6eif/tfrfAercjuicfecfTbat of %nlid-ty of each claim sii l such claim vagrants, and drunkards that but few ed no serious injury. .

at uar.Approved. the balance of thirty eight thousand and such other information respecting themas respectable people ventured to walk out in 1 -

January 27th 1833.: three hundred and I..YOUI1'Diul' dollars and may be in their possession, which said the l'reetllLf'terdar., for fear of being robbed CAMPHORATED COPAL YAa IIQ. This -

fifty two cents which now stands to the report shall b, the Secretary of the 'l'roa- and in many eases assassinated. : varnish is destined for article which require
[t'CBLtC. No 3.] credit of"houutirs and premiums" on the cur", IM laid before Congress as soon at Gambling it is well known, had been carried durability pliablenest, and

aY ACT fur the thousand oppnrt .tight>f the hundred army for and the books of Treasury,appropriated fur mil Prac:iealilewith! the opinion of the Commissioner to such an extent, that it materially) added : such at tbo varnished wiro- transparency'au.e, used iu

year nun fit service eighteen hundred and thirty threeand if the General Land Office, touching to the dissipation and disorderly habitsof : ships instead' of glass.
e.
thirty which is not wanted for that object, io the validity of the respective claims. tbo people. It was not uncommon to see I Take of pulverized copal. 2 oz; essential '
Be it enacted ly thf Sfnnt* anti house of of the made in the Feb. Gin, 1835. and the the and
consequence chine Approved, the,merchant canon farmer i oil of lavender 6 do.;camphor I of on oz;
pmtnatittiofthr United State of America : anode of enUltlt1 ,b) she net of second March tho priest, the mechanic the military man essence turpentine a sufficient quantity,.

in Congress alufflWtd."bat the n11aw.in eighteen hundred and thirty three, and the [PUBLIC. No. 9.] and the laborer mixed' together around according to toe consistence required to be

; sums he and the same ore hereby : sarrreIshereby directed to be transferred too AN ACT for improving the harbor at the month gambling table, either in a private) bousocoffee given to tbe varnish.

ia appropriated therrea.ur to h.! paid otherwise out cfanv money. the credit jf.',,, month extra pay per art Qf the ilvei lUiiio,la. tbe Territory ofJIicbigJl. house tavern the public streets or : Put into a phial of thin glass*or into n
nut :rap..rorri.ated. .
t second March, eighteen buudred and thirty convents barracks. :. small matrass the essential oil of huvcnder
squares
for the of the army fur the Be it enacted fty the StAId and Howe of
support
"
three and the sum uf seventeen thousand The first of Gen Tacon were and the and the
acid i ; the United State 0Jimfr measures camphor; place mixture! on a
thousand hundred -
ear one eight thirty i six hundred and dollars to tho credit Representative of robberies, for
five sixty That the oft directed towardl.prcvcDtin; moderately open fire, to.bring the oil aud .
:-that is lea in assembled. sum
to say :| of expense of recruiting"to be used fur tbei I Congress which purpose he introduced an efficient tbo camphor t&l. slight state ebullition;
and the camels
Fur the of the ohm hundred' be
dollars
and prig army i recruiting, service of eighteen hundred cud thirty thousand of --- .-- \t.tch. very similar to that of N. York with then add' the copal powder in stall port Hunt
eih"lceD thousand auJ forty five I hereby', out mooD11Dtbe
any
five. appropriated that watchmen in Havana must
renewed
tlotlart. tbir.y otherwise this difference are which he they disappear iu
AI'proyedJauuarr27lb 1835. Treasury not appropriated better armed and folly authorized to enter the Favor tbe solution, byjruutiuual.ly .
j
liquid. ,
For sutahtcnre c-f nffirrn, threr hundred I for the construction eta now entrance at or I
house in which then is the least it with stick of white wood and
I any i stirring a ;
stud Raisin where it
fourteen thousand hutdrcd and the mouth of the river
night |. : near
PUBLIC No.4. disorder. The General then gave percmto wizen the copal U Incorporated w iih tho oil
ninety nine dollar. with lake Erie, according to a plan "
unites
I AN ACT nuking for tbe pay the criminal court to judg the of but '
Fur fUrll'o iifufTircrs s4xt thoutaud three appropriation and of the laid'werk.made under the ry orders to pass .add essence turpentine boiling; .
I flints nf the revolutionary and other pennonofiho survey on tbo cases that be taken to iu at first
I ment immediately many care must pour uulya
hundred *u l thi'tt own tt Uitr 1 ire United Hut**, for the year one thouI direction of the War-Departtuout by Capt. the time of hit
Far f. ufllee,* I fall of the eighteen; had accumulated during pre small portion.
clothing 'r servits4t turhty mini right hunched and thirty five II.Hmith during the year number of offenders have
I decessor. A This varnish little coloured and
fuur tboutund: ti,;'bt liuttdrc I unJ'' leu tlul lit it tMded by the Senate and Home ofIltjintrntatirti bundred and thirty four; Provided hotter, great which their crimes by rest
met with the punishment ;.it acquires n transparency which united to
h... I II I tht United State America of the hereby appropriated
of of That oo part turn '
found that I
deserved and malefactors loon tbe observed in almost kind of ,
solidity
]
I lrursuhsistenedeaclissieof; that of ofij- in CftfffrecJ assembled, Tfiat tbe followfiii thai!be expended for improving the channel every
could longer reckon on the tame impunity !-copal varnishes renders it 'fit to be
they no applied
cots in auditUii to Mil uur&t.. lidnl Iml.anre l. ,I ; sum bv, and tbe tame are hereby appropriated of said river but the expenditure hereby directed under tho former administration.
with in mud .-
f uf seventy the tdnusaiMl I dUUrs, tbeutaof to bo paid out of any money in shall he confined exclusively to the they. enjoyed t|! great in the success ingenious many Invention cases of substituting particularly \.
thne tmu determined clearing
tbe
His Excelllency on ; varnished metallic in room
seven hundred dulUrs. United States of river which b to be cause \:
of the for the the
For i pen/ionert lake to that part tho city of the many vagrants whu disgracedit. ,i of Muscovy talc a kind of mica io large,lamine '.
boo clothing of ttte atmy catun and! gar- year out thousand eight hundred and thirty used at a harbor for vessel Ho gave explicit orders to the aides used for theca iD windows of ship*, \.
<< 1635.Pcvuc. .
equipage cocking utrtuilf. huspitnlftiruiture five; Approved February 21th, or aldermen of every ward to proceed to at representing more mittaaefl to tho. conctmioa .
tu.
&e. owe hundred and fifty Fur the revolutionary pentooert, under t ha arrest of every idle fellow cr tusplciont of the sir during the firing of the
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fur thousand three hundred ant eighty so the several acts-prior that or the seventhof [ No. 10.]
; character who should not be able to give. A gun*. Vanjubedraetalicgaiue, or ibis kind
vea dollars. : June, one thousand ei ht hundred and AN ACT.far completion ocsrtataimproves satisfactory account himself, and to tend it manufactured atRouea. .
For the me<1icl and lo lrlu.l.t rlrtmfnt thirty two, in addition to an unexpended ha smuts ia Florida. I them to the fart of Cabanas. About 400.va* -
thirty one thousand fire hut Jred duly hundred and three By it'Mete".6J the Senate and Home oj -
lance of
two seventy were thus taken up in tbetariont I NOVEL HODS or PMTSCTINO d. snt.-
l,,.. United$&t *of America grants ;
Revrettntativtofth
thousand and five dollar and fifty three
the WeendWtoMelton
at of the hat
for tbe wards, and are now kept employed Part road; leadtef _
For .ari..p.BltI |M the quarter masfer cents, the sum of(bur hundred and fifty eight tfl Congnt* aue a61cd. That purpose fort hewing stone and cutting wood for the Mowbray He* through the preserves
,
** fktniveftt, vows ft..4, ftira.e, statioua thousand nine hundred and ninetyoino dol. of executing certain internal improve- of I flarboFQUtb
of them,
io the Territory public works' of the city. Many of the Etrlcf IIfI '! which a- .

rye LIIaphatittli'w>*iriu$ oudenlargiog lars and forty seven cent*. menu, hereinafter designated, and UelapP-'ar.we.belonging fo the honorable boat'a dozen boys with e&ppeit tern,rat

bfcrrftcks, qwarwr More houses! and | For the invalid' pensioners under various of Florida* the following turns be, bepaid p profesilott of,pickpocket*gamblw. cbe.valiers ikt, and various ether Umnimeate mole noisy "_

hwpkul at the vartoit its erecting teiuporary Jaws, id addition to an unexpended balance tIM tame are hereby, appropriated, to I d'fedustrie &.C- Suspicious Bad idle than mBHfftJ, are........: OB tho a ppearaareofany :
caatoamcnu at stick posts as shall i.f Vnty nine' thousand seven hundred and out of any money in the Truuury tea t foreign adventurers were aotexeuiptfrome eerteQ wig a.gua upon .e

l b eecsfied dftrkg the ,.. including bntifT .I, twenty five dollars, the sum of two hundred Qtb rwk appropriated. from journey to la Cabana, pulett they agreed road. to U quickly sarrowKkd by this! cia '
the tkageefif, mad| gun houses*at the Atlanta and nineteen dollars. For clearing pot the Oclawaha river to leave the Island bat tile respectable class morons group who $y,their various enettc -

petit Md theft e. HM gnlf of Meat -, For pensions to "teIO"IIDd orphans, Itaddltiou fat John to Islasuella Spring near Campo and I I of fore erh.ant!their property were never ... .1\ >.a vtaceanee M-BOJ.oay to
,
ieu wltftekd .'eNIIJ lt aM jmatrriahfar I : to unexpended balance uf three'o King ( transportation of provislont place, to well protected at they are at present. l\I., 4Ije, gamebevpsd' .......oodag 1Ia.! #
...'Wiec .....ti.w tine gabled thoetsad five, hundred cad eighty outdo:. mrfkary stores to the garrison at that | .I Brigadier, MoUaa, military coal,..wader of o 01 t o ...peet IMhWe l..t-'-- ,
ttatem or tlio tGfHIM': et ....cemissivuoGeer d'I I lars ,aud fonttiitir cent*, the 'lUa.-of two:'V' at ertimated.io tbo report of; the Quartermaster I the city, faavfeg'been" guilty ofrectUfega: 1""' J tet put..1I1J"w..t ty'sharnlessiaa '

.. _j....... cwt ur.qustory bar.grounds w ,thoBtan. : ; General ten thousand the doHaw head\ :of Pen'.' earn of money for tans at liberty four va- ..._. Hea- .. b el, fear. 'lJi..p,
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toarieve W. bind k ttanBtfitd find disci.ro I I r r 1.. ed this wcek from the I/uiteJ States of AID and sccood io camtaaud ; Mr. Edea mat preind thsmuivu mach grab tf..

pliaed, two met), one acting as cotsmao- 'O-.BIG.Te rice and from the South American Republics now ia Syria making preparaiioa, R. N ; kind end beufOltai! treatment they ba.

iler-i.-thief.ud tae other a sort of adjutant; ::: 1 ..::1 for British maoofacturei, which sixth in command : Mr. Hector, master,lata petkaeto.

if the beys be aotlo tight! of tho principal or NEW YORK, March 17. have infused tome fresh life into these _Important of tha El Bourka. oflbe Niprolptdhioa ; Lleot. Breaaaa, of the 2d West fai&a

his assiete t "Bfii. a traoger appears, they FROM ENGLAND. depftftaests of trade bat baoeotad.aeed one eoginetnan and two asttstaata. giant hid been kitted teasel at ST
are sumtaoaed to tbo if ot by a stentorian price TIle wholesale branch ofWoolko Scientific department:-Capt. Esicosrt, rut with the Assist Sheen efcorps.
Yokks tad "".11100"' and "Ifolio" that Tho Packetibip Virginian, Copt Harris, eitaottctarea have been set tome 4&1 LI.hllar..tlf. ptodolom and marrscUc .

would do credit to tho long of a practisedbunuraaa arrived laitovcoiug from Liverpool, whence little at liberty b, tha recent state of Colonial experimenter, third \ia command, Ueat. Accounts from Detaararartfrtttat
; /urtbivhhlha uproar commences, silo lined on Ibo 11th of February. Weave Wool, which have gone st blgber pri Murphy R. W. astroseraer aad director oftrigonometrical ..cb Kseoatea tad let erolaiiiea .
h received our usual inpplv of papers both and fifih io command existed' tattfeacokay.The .
and it r&aUnoe jtlll the poor persecuted ces. Intelligence public private survey ;
night if beyond the limits of she minor including i London Journals and Price Current has arrived from the United Sata.coollr.- Ucut. Cockbnra R.;,A. assistant dtasgattwian Orbit arrived at Klagstoa oo tat]hi--
Lincoln Mercery. of tbe 10th. The Paris and continental ing the previous report that all probability ofwar and surveyor,seventh la command. of January, lad was subjected to a

dates are not to late u received by tbe with France was at &n end, which as a Dr.: Stannton, R.A., Physician and oa- time of forty days, ia coaseqatsce o. _

The god people of Michigan are so elated Rhone from Havre, and we are of course master ejecting commerce. Is a subject ofpoeat tnrslrst.Mr. case of small poi oa beard. Everyei,4a

who their prosperity end proip ets, tfjat- without any further intelligence of the Indemoity cOD ratulation. Peaceeniversal peace, Aainswortb targeon aDd ,..oloaut.Mr. was made by the ceasHtaeestitgttBff!II- t

they teem to have forgotten that they are UII.Chronicle Tho Paris; corrt'ipoodeot thero bt of so absolutely necessary, and so highly desi StsuoYOb. chemist and assistant eaturatist. leased bat without avail They ever ... I
still a Territory. The.r Executive Council tbo Morning says cannot rable for the interests of trade is now placed a vessel, lad tendered her as a teoiM !
least doubt that it will be voted bthe
bare passed aoacf for the appointment of the now entirely ont Jeopardy. Mr. V. Germain draughtsman and assistant lazaretto. It appears that the staler IM.. '
Chambers but it adds those in
comraM"'enera t. adjust the boundary bo oppaslion .* Tae English Press loaded! down! with .0 lnH' member of the Board ef health was sn&&f
will the following
9 ttteen the State or States to ho farmed tq too measure propose to speculations as to Ibo course that will betaken &Ir.rrhomp.aD., second draughtsmanaod to relieve the vessel, bat the PresHeatef&

Bonn uf an east and writ line drawn amendment' after Parliament commences. No charge of the chronometers. Board would not give hit consest. etrtese
through the southern extremity of Lake That the twenty five millions be paid out course of p iey Is ,marked out by I the Signer Riga, apothecary and interpreter. the consignees bad accidentally oailtted to

' Michigan, and the States of Ohio, Indiana of respect to the if. state, ribose government Mioitry. The London Observer n more seal a communication addressed to bW ML

tad Ilkaois.:' In transmitting<<; this act seato t .*as misled by tbe espretsions of the moderate paper says-In speculating.. 0? the above arrangement there is a re* the subject! On being asked if be bet 1$.

him by the Governor MicbLan,.to the I French Government to believe that France week as to the course which the Reform I"r.In every department of duty and ceived the letter be plied, "I have seta fir

Legikktere* the Guveruor of Obiu denies ;: had acknowledged tbe debt and was already Members would pursue on thn openiot of science in case of illness or death. several days past, a tort of a letter, t&km*

not oaly) that there it any question>.f loan I, bound to pay it: 'Ut that the payment Parliament was stated that in all probability The following are a few of the detailsof ed to the President of the Board Df Hem.
dary existing between the 2t8leof Obio and should uut be made in virtue of tbo treatyof they would bold a meeting on some day! the steamers: Euphrates: -105 feet long; oo my table;bat being left there with so Stile
Michigan but also that the Elective 1831. A consequence of this motion being I before the 19th inst., with a view of considcriog 19 beam; 2 engines. bone power weight ceremony and want of etiquette, I haft

Council of the latt,-r has any right whatever carried woulduuutinx be that the interest am what measures it may be expedient to of iron ctcluiive of machinery 23 tons 1cwt. not looked at it..-N. Y. Ge:. '
to negotiate about the matter. to more than three millions francs. adopt at the l present important crisl.v... TJ jqrs. 7 Ib,.; weight of..nil.... 1.0 inns -,
due fcince the date of ratification would betbrowu are now enabled: positively announce that G cwt. I qr J8Ihl.craulbtar"atr3reet; -

Florida Land Clalal.-Oa the IGth init. overbourd.Ifailtuo i. it has been determined tu hold such a meet. weight tif engine: 26| tons. Tigris-85 feet

the Supreme Court of the United States Z Portland Opposition a- inS 1 and that it *ill take place on Ti ''s+la> l lung; 16 beam; 2 engines, 10 bone power

..... Pants. In the care of"Colinl\Jitebell aud otb* the Leghimatisti, might carry it. Hal.a meeting Parliament. 1 11.|l : weight of boilers 7 tons 14 cwt. 3 qrs,

ors ft.the United States." This settle* (says has already been! seen* there are serious detections The Kiss would open the new Parliament 5 l'is; draught of water under 2 feet; weight

I the Haveanab Georgian; ) in favor of the proprietors ; and the nun election of M Pass, in in penon. of engine ll| tons.

of the larae tract of land in Middle the commission seems to augur Abe defeat, The Liverpool Advertiser of jho lists save The George Canning will probably lay
called Forbes* Purchase the title even of the repiebatory cl.>im. -After several days of cold and storm} in provisions at Cork and stop a week at

It to bbicb was derived from the theattoriginal Parliament was tu assemble on the 19th ,wetber, attended with heavy r iu awl nail Malta; and thence prne.ediolland the heavy

dians, with the cimsrnt and concurrence of February. The London papers contiu we have bad a severe frost, mor<* intrust* bacKage including the iron steam boat.
the Spanish Government but which has hitherto ue to dUciiss the subject of the election of than any night during the present iutrr: the diving bell, Ac up the Ornate s, most

been kept in suspense and litigation I Speaker to the house .Commons. The electurs the street throughout tae: town being frozen likely at Antioch. A portion: of the espedition -

since the session of I loridh to the United of Edinburgh Leitb Iud AUryleboneban hard and dry. \Vind is north and nartlie rst.a however it is proposed. shall' land at j

States. Thi tract of land comprehends about expressed to the Representatives i its conliooaace in that quarter would lihr Scanderoou.Arrived '"' ..
75 miles of the coat or the Gulf of strong desire that they should be present io i ate a great number of vessels wbicb b4v ; at Ilir tb4; first object contemplatd S2'. ...llQfSXlit- :
Mexico from the St. Bias to the Bay ofAppttlacbicola the House of Commons ua the 19tb t
and ranges iuto the mteridr on the elction.ffb.. London Courier commends There are now two New. Yurk .niiphiladct .* to make frieu's' with the Arabs, both JJ ". .' 1,1839

about 40 mile to the vhiuitvofTaUahas this course and expresses a nope that pbia pseka's wind bound as well asa great the fixed! and wandering tribes; examine ;;;- --..*. ,?.__ ____ ,
tee, and is estimated to contain about a mil it will generally be fallowed. That paper number of other vessels. more minutely than heretofore the general To daf ab.se -\\'a again nuke- ear- ==
lion 4nda quarter From tbs London illumine llrrstd' hn success navigation of the before the the
'Private motives cannot be admitted as Irate pubtic.ibrdugb kindness s..
the river Appalacblcola at the West the tbe smaller would be
by Euphrates, one em-
Tbe following conditions are said i l tu barn'been
St. Marks at the East, nod the Oclockoy i io a01..cDIO for tbe Representatives of fiber* proposed or tbe Duke of W* Ilingtuii. 'Inyed in assisting labors ia the 'science benevolence of our friends after anef inirnupiiom 4
middle this tract embraces a variety of al constituency opposing their wish that just two mOD.....' ,
the '
,
'fEeographviind natural history, by oavjng .
tu General ...Alava as jikrl) tu coneili: :
the first office io too of
informed that it is the intention gift the Commons It is oar bat duty to> return
oo.l; and we are Europe, and setle flue Spanish Question ? '! the Tigris and Iho Kawao. This ear {ntcfol Uuaks>
of the proprietors to bring it into should not be conferred on an individual I :-! indeed must teethe most novel and interesting to those .hoha.-.o gen roo ljr and dhiutsrrs-

tmrket at as early n period- as practi. able. connection wb. has done between nil he him could and to that dissolve reformed the "1. Abdication uf Don Carlos in favor ofMs episode connected with this important tedly enablsd us to remote oar puhl.ie41ioa.! Ms

House of Commons which elected him their eldest son. enterprise. ny of them were vUitets nere-inralkU dmcn to
., Four
Ufttrcu STATIST OP. comps LONDON. Fob. 10-The second edition of
::
Speaker: Withdrawal Quean Chrutine from seek an aujrlnm' (um the wintry blast ef itNoith .
tiio of ,about two hundred rink and
infantry tho dominions. this' Journal niiicb announced on the authority
file under the comu.aud of C..l. awning "To liberal conttituences entertain no "3.Spanish Jtumedhte betrothment of tbe eldest of the Paris correspondent, that Don stranfer in oar city sad to us. WA
the Geo'hum- fears that any professing Reformer will vote but fawortbtmwrcro we
atulaccotapanl-d by agent. ( personafljarqna'urtd
left
Rome
Miguel had the
son .f Don i arlos with lab.l II. clandestinely on
ar.iyed hire on Tuesday last in the fur Sir Charles Manners dutton rather than They, moved by no other motive than
eon.) "*4. Tbe Government tu be carried on i iu 23, has created very! considerable attention a tjrefs.
for Mr.
Ihe..er'Cfaarl".oaa'lrnw Savannah destined Ambercomby but hints are abroad the name of Charlrt VI. and too 'Estato here; indeed. it is considered that the appenrnoce thy for a fellow being deprived of his prs- i
for the Indian smtiuit at Fort King : all 1 that 0IDg ,to civilities received from the 9
re.d'i. sudden
of this spirit the Peninsula by a
petty
Real to remain in force. on easnsJty voluntarily eaetriluted -
left Fortress Munroeon.the late Speaker, the aiisenco of some of tbe
The
health.
in good } most liberal tbe "5. A counsel of Recency to appointed i at tin's juncture, would materiallytend of their sub-tanee to rapbce hit Ios'.-
14lh or ebrua The argue r among representatives i is
ol the WHS". "cr "fin.V"ap hope there viewed MS p"l.ible.Ve place no faith i in in order to govern the Country until the tn delay the dormant' spirit of Jesuitism Some of Utera bus departed from this ea their
>
iroojjs
in i well
,rill he no occasion to resort to force tu effect such surmises ami are confident that Air Ambeicumbjr's young Prince be of age (Us majority being which remains Portugal as Spain. return to their homes, and alt will shortly N ea
ted 18 and ..f five I It has caused. some business in the Portuguese
at lie
) tu composed
election will their thither.
be
the reuioval uf the Srmioules heyoud carried by. a I sccurit ( !which in way Perhaps we noise more lad
members s. rain some degree
the Mississippi; and that the hunting grounds v<-considerable majority, among whom Zumalacarreguy after aide recovered.. meet eacb other and iJi"r perchance may f rtt

will pro'elo 0. as g
ornmeut has Pro misrd. Jacksonville COVe altogether on constitutional mtiounlllank'of Ireland and bey will not be forgotten by .". We that
....aull.. and U only a i im in **u. An unconditional Amnesty fur all po to the setting owe
is assigned by the best sense of that ten*party. question litical nfTsuces. aside the object which politically Mr 0'- a debt of gtaiimde of* lasting character, let

An extraordinary Editor fur the cause latemmUterlil, chtogeI e "fir himself declared oh tbe COtb 01 Ju 1 "7. Securities tu b. given to the t>eoiil* Connell may have ill{ view by making, tho which we shall endeavor to dnebargs by an U>

French_, Hwl.Ir It. KJ-r ..I\i_t ,. ..ito .l 1632 that MAfi occupation of tht chair, teat Ol toe Ju&Sau pruvtarr .u<. "......, *_ new.rstat'!(ji\nimsett hment the vebtile of iaeressed du.triuU''p..it fir oar cathnj,and by cttfW>>- _
have been to effect the marriage of tbe brought to final termination.9 before tbefamuo the maintainance of the fueros. 1. power. to aOG"m.'hlli 11"1r imrctr:' ins ihaaioiisu.cars sn7weH mMntriTmu" furthe
.
8. All loans debts contracted In the stioum\ here, under the present opposite
or qo
the that is be settled a retiring of 1000/ welfare.
Prince Victoria Queen to pension a public To eacb anJ all w. Under
) hereafter., with. the 'second son of ton, veer; on him and bis heir male lie then aamr of tbe AntiSaliqu. dynasty or, uf| curreurtes of England and Ireland whetherit I! the Warmest acknowledgment ef Ufolbtart.
that of Don to an increased cirru- f r
Prince of Orange instead of the Prince became independent of the House, and has Carlos to bn .4ckn Pale tged. and prudent attempt
!albs in/ the ister May the fostcrtof hand of bene
the Ministry she wo gratitude considered a. tbe Royal D.bter Sltl O. / kingflora. a centProt'fdence
oft 'umtembrt.forwhom Grey by troacberytotbebus
-
fed destraed;ber. This change ha which again placed Mm in the chair. Will "9 All ranks, titles and decorations conferred It is ,Iced that in the lau election, one guard and guide them through a&

been male it is added through Russian in, 1 new house Commons give him another by the present Queen, or Don Carlos hundred and thirty military and barn! officers the tic wit odes of lire

fiuence aud tbe intervention uf tbe present opportunity to prostitute bit high official{ to bo declared the property. of those to have been returned to Parliament. To our fellow citizens, who bare so target

queen England: Tbe marriage is press .t..tioo by mixing in cabals and intrigues to whom they have been granted. It is evident that both parties straining contributed '" oar aid. we r.:ar" our hearty
and It.is thought iUnill undermine them and to the The same paper says, a commission every pare for the approaching Parlia-
I foily urged, take perpetuate goy thanks far ttH: proof of their good will tavvtUns.
of eromet of the Tories? Sir Charles' with the Archbishop of ..Csnterburv its meats y contest, and we mutt confess thePsusPect
before the meeting f'nriiamem so that Hurton .
Let
our deeds not oar word bow
for the of ,
h-ad baa opening tbe session is prone
in case uf the fall of the Ministry the Tories would uever have done that which no Spea been appointed lotlra. up a 1 not
of Church cheering for Sir Robert Peel and bit much we estimate their kiaJncss. In t.
w ill stitt daring their short i icgn. have securbe ker since the n.yoluioo-bo would never, plan reform. They will uo very
,
doubt' friends. A caucus of -the Reformers bad eon ran of our dutt e will r&Uatcr
the we
violent treat Church as old! Isaac ta
as a
for the future Queen a ptmucr who will 1 partisan, have (counsel
ed uudet their influence. The recent visit led tbe diem CoUtiea.l Administration. But Walton recommend the humane fisherman I been decided ...., to be held no Wednesdayor show that our wen's tare no nnweaetaf aound.

of the Prince of Orange to London is said to for his having secured bit retiring pension to use the worm which he i. impaling on Tuurstlay, before tth.i 19th for the purpose For them we f.el. an interest far beyond 'to

have had this object for himself and for bit heir male. The house the book that is, gently, and aa if they of securing concert of aclixti in the which excited by mercenary raouves. III"'*. "

That there is such scheme is highly prubshle. i cannot ftil to be aware bow this feeling of levied it." Tbe names of the Commissioners choice of Speaker.Thomas rids have we spent the greatest and the happiest

The sinking tory party will atcball..W" independence baa led him to let sad will I are not very promising, but we shall see Tb-rnely Esq. well known in portion of bib
our -the of bovhewJ. and
New York, and nf the days
in few weeks the
It matters uut who is king or guard l a"aiait in recarreoeo a result of their; labors. bichly rrIJ.ecl.blllfirm
queen of EogUnd or King or queen's partner The appointment of tbeMarquisof Lan [From IAt LisarpooCour. ojFeb U.] of Thomas &. J.D. Thornely oT Liverpool tooth-and the Mioctaiiona incident to to long
bus been returned residence bare created
a member interest
of tbe a grater teas
us cards tory v".r. for the dayfortbatlspast tlondcrry occupies mucbof the attention of Tht Euphratei Expedition. Thi
London c8IP"- British Parliament fortbe gown of Wvlv- any that could arise front other soarceFloriJa -
forever but it matters much 10 tbepeac:r the Press. Tbe Times presumes dition which awing t+s adverse windy, has any
of the Kingdom* that ho is to have a trusty nurse or guardian been so long detained b now fairly under erbampton.From i. the land of err id-pdoo. and as each

attendance, as a fixed member of the mis weigh, the barque George Canning having we shall endeavor to promote Ha vttftre by al
An Ohio paper suggests, the propriety of ailed yesterday. Ai I.thi. Jamaica-By the packet ship Orb. our(-e' !e weans.h .
sion.There soon fine ship it.
Mead which arrived
Capt from
.:: so amending the laws for the support of tht are two opposite ramous in tirca.I.dua. reiehes tbe coast of Syria, detachment yesterday : coast wo appeared before lio ptiUkws
strong Jam.
Kingston, have received
( ) we
commas schools, as to require that the Con savs too Morning Chronicle regular
as to the of the garrison Of Aleppo will he files uf tbe 17tb bare bad a life of ,..it 11-a scene ofconiiw*J..
Newspapers to alt. The
stitutiua cd' the United States
and of tbe approaching speech from the throne
-tbeone marched across Ibo desert about ; ch..n,..
eighty island pos of almoit romuatio
was perfectly quiet, although the esNag something
State ef Ohio shall bo studied by all male that in imitation of tbe Prosl+leat'e Message miles to tbe of
,
town lilt the river
on Euphrates course pursued by the the Marquis iUlere.and we trust that: the incidents wfekkbave '
scholars over twelve years of age. An cxcelent it will enter in along and minute where additional fortifications governor
suggestion, and should be adopted of the state of alTairs, both at home particular be constructed for the protection of the arti will of$Iio, appeared to meet with considerable transpired will ba practicaUv useful ia tb.

generally as well in private at in public! and abroad, with a full developcmcnt of ficers while the iron reprehension. He is charged w itb results.It
putting
.. up two steam
schools.A the views Ministers disregarding the information of the established -'
i
the expected, perhaps that shoaU .
especially as to ers, the Euphrates and tbe Tigris, and as a clergy and confiding ia the miniate- we ysonwtMng
litter. Tbo oath that it will as usual l generalize permanent depot for the stores. Every ) of UK course wo iuteati to pursue la
of the Sectarian
writer {Ie menu preachers with
a Boston under tho and
paper bead I condense. subjects, to as to means will! be used to conciliate the Arabs whom be inconstant intercourse the dNcliarffp of oar lUJitoiial cia.... Tfeteai*
'Temperance In all things'calls the attention defy both criticism and was : and
I o ositloa. and we trust sueces.fuly.! It is only of refusing tbe earnest and nail of the //era/7, will be opened ta all w&i
of hit fair
readers to a species of internperaeee It was rumored that 8 George from the urgent request of
to which they aro generally) more was no longer member of the Peel-Welling-Murray smal! >r wandering tribes that hostile nabs House of Assembly and the inhabit respect 'party. for the discussion of hire vert

addicted to than the other sex to spirituous ton Cabinet. !f says a In addition oppposition is to be apprehended. With ants at large to associate tbe Local Magistracy of the rsepeetitrcendijateafurthedi rttit tIr,.
paper
more tribes who
liquors, & intemperance in ....iDI. It to his rejection from his seat Ie Perthshire powerful, such are chiefly stationary with the stipendiaries, Uve office in tho tcrr**>rv. Sitnsted saws sir,
tea most jest cause of stricture, and Sir George has lost arrangements will be entered The accounts from' thr north side of the
his feel
rom es seat In the Cabinet into u are likely to make them we !ourrslres bound to pnrsne such a ce+frt
clearly wider the common bead of in tempe. bit late constituents have bad antPlorenge the comprehend island state that the negroes ould neither with the strictest
Coamunk*
re peacabl.object of tba andcrtakb If impartiality
note for his broken noontoward work io or out of time, for love or
plight money
accident occur there is on all subjects for dtseofs..
treat pro and it proper tcwipsper >
too coffee
was supposed
-- Two Turkish officers of and sugar
high rank havearrived bability that the steamers will completed. in would fall written ia a moderateand digniSad msnaersh''
Addison says the dog bas been the companion iff London, and were presented to timetororamene crops short two thirds. Tbe :
of man fur than 6,000 the Duke the descent of the river to Cornwall Courier that lava a place. "
more oo
years: Wellington.. Tho sole object too Persian aays many estates
a&daaaeely. learnt one of his vices, that ito s of their journey is to see and become acquainted tbo Gulf by the middle of of Ma,. Although in that parish where the crop bad commenced Hie greatest attention will be paid to tit se* '

e worry bis species when bob in trouble with England. They are from tbe be the opening principal of steam object navigation ibo expedition the apprentices did little or nothing. fictions, -asl.,." effort: will bemad* to fat***

Tie a uueepaD..to a dogs tail and another interior_of too Sereglio and bold rank ia the the Mesopotamia! with India, ills through On some estates they made only two or the Utrold an useful journaL '
ocr wits tail on Dim- put a mla in prison for imperial guard one of them, As mi --- ,---is- hoped that three bosh ads of spgar per week. w ,
Bey me officers or tae
of
debt sad another will lodge a detajoer with son of the late minister of Foreign Affairs departments astronomy Much excitement bad been produced ia Ik Indian Rcmaretr. The cean&y has ef last'
; geography geology, natural
and they have been entrusted by the Sultan &c. will have so&eient history time for, antiquities Kingston by the dismissal of bent White;+ been fibedwidi aJlr&Da .. tug spprehseM. '.i

hies.There to Mr. Urqub >rt. The Duke received tbem their researches. this prosecuting R. N. tbo Stipendiary Magistrate of tJt. Indian disturbance: ,in of the ffit*.
are about 0000 dram shops in the with new and Interesting George, "merely because ho told PaneD coasequsace
city of New York. Their licenses bring into view great with courtesy him, that* regreted too at their inter : field. The result of their labor will Botton bb candid opinion of bis conduct. I turn thai are toting for their removal from tf>

that city ". OY. The jmhlic tax for the don at so dreary and dark, have visited Lou- be looked for with aniiety by the whole There had been a contiaalion of heavy rids to the \Vest orabe Misslistppl.
a of the
support of rnminiiU and paupers, amounts ,ear. One of them answered season..Sloe..e scientific world. The expedition is under rains at Cornwall aod tbe neighborhood It is well known that a treaty..formed reek

to about M ,0O. The number vagrants nave been in England wo have been tbe command of Capt. Cbensitey of the which bad done great i idaaago to the roads. umeaftt wish lbs demmolea wbiebthosteasu

paupers sad erianraalt. committed in J833.AN seeing new lights and faavanoTeasoato daily with Ropl the Artillery who was lately gazetted The citizens of Kingston enjoyed a novel required to comply with and whieo they wash

wan 39x. complain of the darkness of your atmos oo this particular temporary service rank of in coloned Asia while sight on the llth ult la; the departure of two most n&doubtedli gboly brie coe p$.d wi aM
and fats
I" phere. been Royal Steamers from>> Port Royal,* the fur the IAtert.,...of bad eettaetlart wk ft('
and ,
,
'
long
favorably known
.f4w Press, H' hcen made and put The Duke of Sussex is to be by the pub- Rhadam 'nthus, Eyau.orPol'llmouthand
Sa tatraiion, at New York, for the special tbe middle of April for Cataracts.operated on lie for bit Icloac'IDelIDterprize., the Flam! Lient :Griffith for St Tho purposes of gala perhaps are aras there fotf

wirpni* elf priBtisg! the Post Bills at the ere .rapidly approaching tothgtttate They when Officers of the steamer Euphrates:-Lien- 10 al. Indians onwards ia litir epposMen to the a5,

Mtmnrrrie, or Zoological. Company io thatch they may be removed without dkuhy, tenant Cleveland It. N.. of H. 1'1. steam Two men, Lewis and Blake convicted of benevolent intentions of oar feveraewat.Tbo .
,. The press $4000, and the cy Un pain or danger. vessel Fheenis, fourth !n command; Mr. burning the Belvider: Tract House, reports wkkb have of kw hen elreih.
were
deck five.feet by three cod a third. Sir Francis Burdett, "ula Leicestershire Chidawood. mate B. N. of H. M. steam tent home as trauiports in the Rbadarnan- ting,that the Indians are prepatief f.,aa oil ,:

suffering from a tamer on the face. He .....I.aI.en.adet. elgtb io command; Mr. thus, io pursuance of their commuted sea.teoco. sive resist scce, we are assured (rem ligh eaJt"wuraraaltagst&ereslousdbd t.
A ,"aSelea wag latelyTi' ed in Paris for was coming to London tu consult his Bcrgeoa. Fit*]!** mete, ,B. N. oE H.M, B. WinChester There. to a rtbi+,
'" 8.hal."rill by ruUtake to a child, which ninth in comigaod: oneenilsemanaadtwoassistantr. The ship Flora bad !..
arrived
etisied itt death at Aoaatto to apprrbead froo a Seatiaela k... 7.. -
tfe9 tet..to of TIM
morphine Leaden MOl'flatlleJouraal Bay, from England ;
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ferthe, ..1,........... 10,remarks: Executive orders'hove of Feb Offiten of the *t.amerTicrl.Ll.af. Jocnldiag several women, and 158 emigrants.. whole of tab once anmtrena tad powwM taW
receiv children
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who '
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Indian is reduced too .ieatodsprtdata. trees
Lynch Navy. second aitroaemerj been landed, end had 1 already. depaads&ta eoee .
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aed As fii* mUertiab The AolionsInUUtgttutr contains ft fist reside in tbl*tittagft. and pay for their cio CLAIftg

eartwat*** eHoaMTeibef !,I of the Acts passed at the session of Con ibiug. It is totted that for one care effected DIAttY OF '.WEATHER Cfoifo the Jtfeifft eJrMrta

,.t laeeoaalry of fer gross; jail closed 118 in comber. The Col, under conftaetnaftt. tea are bfuoftht about .For the Mouths of January and February r"' i.water or UIT Ftoiif. t' .

foeSag than that eyaa .y tarring art those of n public nature. by kindness sad the absence, of coercion* :. .it Chatters, SJtt* Aft JeS*.1 '

k be.wh.n. Ie pfrrilltlfiU
.e.ed to uaak a tle.eeat upon the ; tent mode supplying the Army uf the United From the Library of Eitttruuolaf Knowledge.tXrtgSttt J." lradersi tied b prepared to receive ..,.

e1TttYaad With neb .. States, and filing the salary of certain qf Gteier-An example of iperaevering \' author. ne.lrk C.AUUI finesses cccMKOtied by the Trees or ''t
fof red,acute from clerks therein earned. ettoitiu ifca pursuit ufa C.on. obj ibya c3i the United btatre in the jest 181* aIMS JtHJ at I .
Uwa oar people m y man of genie, under the barn not hcrttofor been used to tfe*Jtngo
An for the relief of E. R. tihubrlck of greats diactiajiage- prve-
tWs act ...
from rem- ...
bates persoasl wrong went will be fraud in the tube w ftstory t otbe via Jet or in which the etHJenr w+s1
ooMe{ aad powerful riee.aeeeaatof die U. 8.Na",. .' Tbe celebrated Bernard .. .),' to whim 1 51 3:1 N \ Fllr.niS wi.bbcid.lu eoBrqteacc of tU decision of the
ef race their defenceless sad pow An act for the final adjustment of the Fiauet was indebted in tbe 16th century, for Isle 3d Va'blo .. eeiatary of the Tre. '.that such eUioi Were' abut

h'" and even ,. claims to lands{In soulbeastern, District of introduction of the manufacture .l euam.iled 00 50 I 1\ .. provided forty the treaty :. February

eoMdion it isblgblydesiraWe I Louisiana I puller,bad hie attention first attracted t>i tae sit 4:2 30 N E Cloud r. Idlli between the Cioveiomtats nub tnued .
that they sbottW be removedto tbeMissiwippi. I An act for the final adjustment of claims : (use improvement which.fona.,tu thiiue! 31 30 It .. tttetaa and Spain.KacbcUm .

or.' ThelndUa ekes arerwe. to lands in the titato of Louisiana. 1 1I the gl.ry ot bra ui mo among his eatintiynirn.jby 44 30 N 11' Fair. Stormy & will be preferred in tbe form of a
t bare the of the of having cue day Mea by ctunce, abeanuinJ peuifan. ia which the re itiouer w ill set fct\h parfirU4 -
regulate cna-
Three have and always I I An act to pay Navy 7 53 44 N E It (cold
lUlled pup which bad been brought (rem Italy <**/ allan and amount of the-10M,. sustsiufd -
rut fatueace over their masters which :, the United States. lie wastbea "trn.giixtg loauppoitbia family 8 6 40 Va.ble Rain -ibe'i.... at which they occnned. and [ae
g beinndionalv eterted.W the iD'1 Au act to allow further time to complete bia attempt in the run of painting,i< wbxh oy be 53 30 Stormy tbe case may bt] thst tile claim hat not bet .

rtotnv. tnay oar p1&Ut4uoe.Vb. the issuing and locating of military land warrants was self tan giit;lad ii mei.iaily" occutted to Ie 45 29 N Fair. f,r.presented to the Judge of tba district or that
kataUo prejudice during the late war. ,. the eid"'ace inaajtlrUiiu wtthbeld.in
11 era
,(the removal we bim that if beo'Kild lied the secret of miking 4S 33. WM
,
irtr e W. therefor,eom"out and An act inakiug' appropriations, for tbe payment thew cap, bit toil* and difficulties would: be at i29 40 N E .. aequenc.or the decision of the secretary eT ILl
asider ibex the Indians will be beuefi t.d, : of the Uevuluiionnryand other pensioners au ead. Ffomth.tmiiuiout bit whole thought 1 08 t9 A E Treasury. The petitioner will auoreover seer

it great local advantsges will be derived to curves cf the United t t5.n. for the year one were directed w this obj-cu end in sine uf-use 1467 0 SV that at be limn of uffsrtng the Io aee mptaiced 3

fraai their removal I and we hav-no doubt, tnuusanU eight huudred Iud thirty five. wor r be baa bimaelf given i of said low
ti the
Ute
HsnebarrangementawiM adapted b) our An act to extend the time of issuing military oltha unconquerable teal "ith which lie proaeruud U 38 N V.. Fair savers tbuu.1a Troops happening of the United tSlates bad entered Agent Cast or

will accord with tie Wghe.taense Und warrants, tu tbe officers and tuldiera his etperitnei. as it i*im..bl. to read M 47 N E Rlin. (derllorlD Florida.
without lute
.ttrnowBtM *H be
101 soul time fad
I oeepeM .
Awards.or aboriginal df _& of the Revolutionary aruiv.An little oi uutbiux 'u upend upon the pur.uiabitb 18 59'J7 N \V Fair. Tao petition rigid Ijr tit pr& eau, will,be
justice lations for the ,. filed with the notl r.to., airy aid,torn
recently act making appropt sup- bid U55 382L5948 appoint .
hive be but -
information which we IU itiucn at heart, aj I Er,'.tbe ,uf the lor the thousand E time fur receiving proof in support of the a me.AU .
urmy receive idrrable .
Seminole Af.oe,. we bare no pun yi-nmne act+n umofuioiijr for* ek
wived from the hundred aud bve.An b. claims must be presented within one year _
of the In. eight thirty ban tiaisswd.eu tibis enai4ed him to com- 21 71 fJ2 8V c Ioud".
from.the ttStn of Jan* last.
bl..rtlle re7,11uquietrence act making appropriations fur the cur. mince bin rrseaichea lie 'p' Dt the wbule ur his 22 62 41 N \\' Fair. Applications wiil be made at the Chambers of

lie' in the term of&udtuthem by our Got m. rent eiptnsenol ihi Joe sanDep trtmeut, fur money,'however.without mee'inir wab an} *uc. 2 59 43 NE the Judge between ibe hours of tea .nd/aw ia till

ant;and noA'mgwee now pooler than ever. Yet itwein 2462 20 .t day. OUT.. ItAYJiUKD Utlu.

ret nt the oltjeel hiifcert- bat the embarrass thirty five I rata that bu wife end friends bison ht 2.74 6U tI Judge of the tnp'r Court Diet. t.Floods

pts wbeblitve beenthrown io the way by Au. act making appropriations, for the naval cat IIJM tall tu relinquish r..-.qUf project what they Iff de
who fell themselves interested. The vrrytaaki service for true year ono thousaud eight ,will which he repea'e.1 liU experiou 78 6:22 Fair. Patvira AO CI.
use ,rrangemens which have been adapted hundred and thirty-five. mud when tie had ao more fuel *horewth ate to; n 75 59 Va.blr Cloud!,. AN ACT for the relmi of certain Inhabitanta of

o* and are earning intbXTect I Au net tuak ng appropriations for Indian feed Ma furnat. a. he cat down his eh irs std tatli 7:1 6 8 F..ir. "r..b breeze t net Florida.Btiteruuttdtyttt .
t ht tee Government enlifhtenKftcladues annuities and tuner similar objects lor the ; format purpose, Still ma ..eC.. '... in- : r. 43 8" it hiD light & Ib'r &8o* tad Nome of Rprt '
t ,t GIrt. CuCI, will WI are .ure..o yeardighieonbuudrcd Mid thirty tire.An :, considerable. He was now actually ubliged tog1veapereonwhobd 3150 3d N n' Fair etatitatft&tiled tats qfAmeric in turns! !
ttmt bat tied ..f. 1 be.
enable th m tone inosttlesilytheir *$ >Ualt a th > *'cur rea"ury
as to act to amend an act entitled 'an act a.itd: '11u.ll.,1 of bit atCAPITULUION.Aa auU no u hereby authorized ana directed to j

tine Intert and that they will moat eordi- authoritiug the const,uction of a bridge aCross clothes by w.y ufremniicratifii. having nothing o Maximum 59.1 ; Minimum 43.4. of any money in the irrsury not titberwise payout

aI>ry remove theoifdvea be)end the reach of fu- the Potomac, and repealing all acts iu elll befcir t>nand his with, and his wife and children staving Prevailing winds. N B and t5V.. appropriated Ue.1bOUI.I."IN.rt by the Jucge

eoatinl'lK'ltl1h relation thereto.*' Iv errs by. tbir'PiI.ar.ueeil.'nt- Fair.1121 ; cloudy 5 $ rainy 5, of the d.iperi< r Court& tft. Aastutti: in *
bin
ten re.rtarbrut; a the eau+'o of all their
of Florida under the aniaorm of the
Au act to chauge tbe time holding the Territory
favored with a aftertax, tie WM nt he set miserable epos.b.- VLBAUAfT.I buudred end sixty fir t of tn- act. of
JTeaffer. We hear been a Umrict Court of the U. t$. .*tithe District IICMi..IIJVi. Hut h neither oar chapter
dfapain-d nfiVred
nor tia tit 30 11 ..ir4a third Juarcti
westhf for th. month of J,n a try ] friend the evenkeuth Congress, approved
the to know what .
iUry r he f.ltl pi-r etering in 6G E oat iboo aiid rinbt hundred and twenty threw, !
sal Ftrt>*rr. which will be found in nothr An act making appropriations for certain the- midst of all hit misery, a #iy demeanor, 70 26 N Cloudy tot losses cccasioned in t act Florida by U 0 trorptii. _

esfumn. Itwastskm bva re/IhriaI thfr.HHinrter. roads .nd for examination and sui vr,., fur and losing nu ojtportnniijr renewing his -ur- ", 4 44 27 N t1 Fair the service cube United d iiWs. .in tin ye:r

and exhibits the maximum and minimnm tits year one thousand ei,n t hundred and dent cult fthe he should abject one which ha all UM while felt confi : 5 46 3d N E .. one tho\scud eight bandied and twelve and one
thirty five. day tccomplUh.-Al last thou,. d eight ha. dreil and thirteen. In all t.
weatherMarios
of the N
ia tl fcoiir TI: temperature after sixteen of
tears persevering eirtion, bia
An act making additional appropriations where the decisw.n the said jt die shall be dear
the winter has been colder than any I fTurU were ewwned with complete s ucces'.and 1 45 tS N 11 ( 'Ioud, ;
pwt .d be
I for the Delaware break water mid lor certain -y Hit aecrtttry of the lita ttr> to just;
winter within tho recll"ction of out i.U,st In- harbors aud obstruct iu his fortune was made. Pussy wa t in all tea 8 21 10 N Fair Proeidsrtthat uo award be paid except in tit.k*
., removing us pert one of the most of .
."... extraordinary nan 23 sIt rate uftf.o. who at the lime uf offering the
aud the mouths ol certain iivcr. fur Ib"year ba IUDIt his moral
at | liD character displacing a tlakesof
1t 40 28 Cloudy snow KM, were actual .Jthe Uovern-
aubjrct bpaui
in tbaTW '
in kept
The Elder Dartr**, journal huudred nnd htgh-iumdeJneii and .
thousaud
ali
one eight thirty commanding energy 11 45 30 Fair hints And i'roridtd also,that no award l-e paid
while the ... Jnhae River. together in with the
IT6B, exploring five. harmony reaen and olili.nAit.J .
for EMI
nimu.ed FterioV
f 1248 31 N E deprrdau 'at in pre
I
the Mowing note:-"Very rold-tb orange the construction of of conception, bv which hta iinderaianding die
kit i An act authorizing a '! 1' ;i3 :12" viuut io the entrance Into that provibce of a-
tress killed in St. AnjnjtioWe hate not Dry Dock fur Navel service. was had di'tiiigimbed d. Although protestant, he 14 58 J8" ", Beat or troop attire IlnitiHl Mates
tbe
through favor from the
.tlCll royal
yijnurasl by us and we do not rceohVct the Au act making appropriations for building massacre of tit U rtioiumew+ but.. having Ueen : 1t60 45 E 9 Judge of tb.oou nor court of tit nanuftUkS bo
rsart ditto but it wan between the lit January light boats, beuc..ut, aUld mouuiuents, mid soon suet shut up in the ttaatilM. be aa tuned ; 1 112 43 .. Rain end rn hereby u.autbnrizfi
lid 4tb Ptl+rmry of that year. Since shut timi placing buoys fur the year one itioiuuud in his prison dy the knit, who told him that if 17 50 39 N \V Cloudy and adjudge ail eases of claims for Iose.oec4ioli .

the westlier has not hern cold enough tn injure I eight hundred Iud thirty five, aud for otherpurposes be did nut comply with the uHUhtrd religion, I It If' b4 39 S E' Fair .by the Iroe'p'aforuald in due thousand
h. ahoulil br otrrd.
| however unwillingly tu .. ..
I 1'J8 37 eight hundred end ItvsUe, and one tbuuuud
At eranf tree materially until the preset t Theatmre An art authorize tbo City Council of leave him in tae hand of Ira: euemiea ..rote- eight huodr.d.nd thirteen /ltUWI., .. J-
not
NE pr
tewptrstur of the month of FebruaryIra4. ; ed !"rt'pl:d i' lias).** the is not to speak like 2(944
: Augustine to widow a troet iu St. Aujcustiuo I 2l lf9 47 t E rented the said Judge or in which the evidence
&2-tn'lthe arnraee ietnirture of a king t but they who force you cannot foiceme
| ras was withheld in,ronsrquence of tfce deei-
1 die. He 8
can never regained las ( :
the arose ninth tii! .y far was 35-making a dif- An act making appropriations for Civil : but ei.ded bis life bubo Udlil",to Ibo ninetieth libtrty. 73 58 It Cloudy skin .rlber deeretary cf the Trrasnt yt that such

>>rnre of 16 dttre. lower thin toast oflsst year. and Diplomatic expeiiaes uf Government fur fear of huttgo.Snowy 248828EMi claim were not provided for by the treaty of
February twenty second ene thousand efght
the )ear ono thousand eight hundred aud -- 49 ;N n. Thick fog hundred and nineteen between the %amount
ftwwrr This beautiful l ) g"
n. fh'fhi* rose
thirty five ami fur other purl.oaes..tit Oirl. At aha break of day: one 2 W 52 NE of the United dtatra and paint jPrenaW. That

I .+'mented her Iflr1JfIWft'n Chirlf.ton aid net uewl"tory uf the act for tbo contiouaiiiin morning when I lay hiadeo among a 'ptlo of 2; 53 24 N 11 ,Mein2e each claims' be printed to the said judge in bo a
4M, pare en the I9lli Frhruary last, and has' Cumberland Kmtd. floatingI..RS I the fuiU of of
of the ut tht Ohio waiting ;, ; ) It Fair Ice It noon spice one yfirfrom the p..p of ibis act
It.d" amp weekly f tHiren tie tvro iI ers up to An net tu |'ie,cnb,- "punishuicut of Con for a aunt at oine will grew, 1 had ao op* aKCAFITULATtoa. AJprotiJt-lAtM That the ..thorny her.in giv -

.kn time: It was nut lot t-i taUr a pacnige in bit suls. Coinuicjciai Agouti, and others, in certain p-rtmiily oftctiog this Owl I secure fish in Average Maximum 54.U t Minimum, 3C,5. ubj ci to the. restric1i"Mch'.d by
the section.
.1 and frnm Chatleittiin.! eu-J fioni what we cm 'lte.. the oliotving. manner Uhile watching for Prevailing ;wind. N W and .N B thepr-ivisoesto pr- >I'Q. I'

Au net to autborixe the sale of certain their prey on the borders uf the *i uta.' they IX .ltt1Id1" ra'u.n
.td sel.
C* she i is uni inr ten r My comman* Fair daa. I
,. l. i-u I..t.asaista tn th. lloiviiraitv. nf Mkht.gun. JuvariahU- U. flt ...*..*k, -.. .|n W' Xciv D,'118 s 'Jaellidae store,
Je fttftulantton
d sad H 4ttfti The nonrar I lau timise r -- -- -----
I tly placed ulnas tho burden of
1.'b JOI1KlVJiL. Opposite t. J. Heattm't
a'fll srquttirtcJ ttiih heir tuti! s. and every An act for ,improving the harbor' at the I the .uletho bend aUu laid don u but turned 11.1 I II E inbabiUutu .
-- of 81 Auf ostine and its vi-
.nlion i i. i 1 the comfort .u.1! rumriisria:efpavngrn. Inwards tbe 1'
pai,111) mouth of the river Unitiu, in Territory water. One might haro suj.nosed 'snit, are inarmed that by the lea arri

l "'. r.-utti't'.lat'r ronnnlu..l.rIf of AlicliigMu. the bird fast asleep, as it would remain vale sopHy .f DUUtitt and 1ItU16INFd

aril kn.wn at a prudent' and! l.iful; navtt4t TC"tnir.enJed An act granting |0 the| borough of Miehilimackinnc in the satin* position until gu d opportunity & A here been received ef a choice and anterior

hftia; 1 th* .li nin-ptckVu florid certain grounds for public purposes. ufaeruriug the fish cccuned which 1 be quality-they have been Mtrctadwitb great care

iBrnnt and) flu G&fonf Iclxvccn Vew Yoik and lieve ia never missed, fur us the latter unvi and warranted .. pars articles.IuaJJitiun .
t'hulertun. Au net fur the completion certain Improvements ittinglyrukotuthf surface near the edge PORT OF ST. AVGUSTlSfr to tiie above there. is e snletsdkfaiK.rime.it
of PERFUa1t;ltY. SPICKS
., in Florida. that instant the owl tbmst,its foul qrxi the and
-- FANCV AaT1VI.E -' ..article. have
/. A g\\IeA Uw has. pinrd Congress, Au net making an approf nation foi thocO'It..Itiou water und' with the quickness uf !linhlning sail vo.Bch. bcn :'SCSiltd in ibis city either ia quality! never. or

iitlMtntrng ttt, CnrphrsUwn of the City to widen of the Military llarmcks at New seized it and ,dre" it out. The owl then Aria South wick. 81. John. I day.- qa unity

Orloani.An ntovt-tl to tho dittanro uf a few yards, devoured Lumber Hhinle.&p. To V. dacchra. At this stare may be ION RODINdO.Va BU.PEUIUUFOUlirr .
'Ir.'tII t iJing finm the City to the bl 14,.. tech.a.m.Patcb. Heline. ".. Johns boars.
act to authorize the construrtio'n of a its pro.anI returned to me same ctfru>" ,. ixvatinc, stud
1'rrsttd..s tend-The 'Kipwimental (tail Road upon tile public lauds from Tallahassee bole; ..r if It had not perceived any more 30,000 HchRosinN$rthingle, To V flaltiuinrr.Sanrh*. itars. Sler- ol etlt..ueb. PATC\ I'D A HLEV, making ..

RH Boft':"ia North tarouius, lull made adivi* to tit. Marks, in Florida' fish, flew only a few yards wr the many cbandize To Baldwin Co. l'Attt9ger, alias\ Baatav' U'ATaain ten minutes, wlieb bsnong-
4Htd .r y.t the An act supplementary to an act entitled pots, there marked a likely ">oe, and C. Dnnham Miss !M. firimo'd Jud cent ab.rk fur r
per upon capital cooling .tc fur iofinta much of for
uu act tu nut..riza Ibo inhabitants uf the a r>,li.ed nt lisle di.tftoro from it. It *. Baldwin Griswold and Allen. Approved t
'he hit MX raoi.tlis. Thn final !, I niakiorja tai at delkioos costard puddin and
undoiittcdiy ,
Slate uf Louisiana to enter the back lands. I then squatted, moved slowly tonarJsthoo Steam Boat Dolphin. Penno ce. Cbarleiton. exeflttful for thickening broths and .
,tu..idf red 4 very fair ri I'e.iwM..t.'erl well In. An act iu amendment of the nets for IhoIluuisbmeut ,.ige and lay aa before watching fur ; 24 hours. .''. Dr J. B. Tnone, Dr. J. Uobisim'a Patent GEHATS Mtnpe.Also. for making

nerd.to b'giu "itb. United an opportunity Whenever a fisho Stevenson and Air. A Forrester. ia ,
of offences against the any superior grail ten mr: me atone ball the xpf >
States. size stasis ikrd, nt 1 may say tbe owl SAILED.. n_of the common or Einbdtogrostv
A fiVhtrenn nt Pnrtn en Hes !n baa drawn ups An act to ostahluh branches of the Mint I t: struck the other foot alto into it, and Pcb S. 8. Millfl. So sthwiek. Charleston. (TT KUber of the abiii prvpiratHi mid. I -
r.U bell covered with Steam Doll Dolpbin. Pennoyer, Bt. Mart with taSbrd nnari .nd diet. .
shells weighing 160Ii uf the United States. tiny .dTwltbit to'a consider..Me distance. _. mi a iiiog light
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; *.; Mid to hue been lost' therein a abiiwrcck4rin Au act to authorize the Secretary of the In two instances this kiml 1 sin tie bird are
tbe reasonabletarma.
40-tI
en. most
< the time f William the Conqueror. Treasury tu coIupromiso, the claims allowed carry its prey across the Western or Indian THE 8US8CXI&JEIS re
..... 'I tnrna hi*oincere thinks to bit fiiendcwbo were
the commiuiouen undc.rtneTrenty with Shute. iuto the woods, as if to lie out of'
by .
The Freucb arc buildi II a steam navy the tint oldie two Sicilies,concluded Oct. haru,', "*). I over board it utter single i st to tbe kindly fire of disposed the S9th to January reader him lilt active and. assistance'.1" alto Cheap Cask Store.TIICSUUdL'HlOBit fi..

1."Mfpt. I of 109horse power, are already 14. IKtt. note un such ocresions, "'enTbeD two Grateful for the sympathy sod good will which baa received by lINt
n m tied. null six more io a state of for- Au act further to suspend the operationof I birds joined in the upast, which was fro-f gas be.n.o generally extended to him and bisbamily ,.aa," sod other late

"ardors At the end of the present year certain provisions uf "an art to alter and qurutly',' Ibo case, w hen the fish that bad t since that'' ar
.t is tI tf'ellber will have a team navy amend tbe several nets imposing duties on I been taught net of a large size. At sunrise E. B.. GUULD. aortniffnt GUOIJ:.HARDU'ARE.PEHFU'IERV of FANCY AND 87 A PI.E DRY

.,f tweaty f.m- vessel 1, with tho ** ciri-liortlv atcrtlio girds flew to she tvoods April tat 1811.5. Ac.
segregatepotfCfof3172bnrses. iinpiiiuc duties uu imports, approved Ju A e.whit b he will sell for rub or elaier'tcuri'y a.
ly 11.183. I and 1 did not see them until the next morning asloworifro +tibleldiierthanar other

i An act lurthcr to extend the time allowed when after witnessing the same feats Estate et Hrtrew Wilson. bouse in the city. tin is determined U* do a

The revenue Weitmlntter Ahbry l front fur the execution uf the duties uf the commission I watched an opportunity and killed both atone -.yUTICr. II hereby given, That six months cash business onlyand has reduced his prices

ififers. was last year. 10,000 pounds ster- for currying into erect tbe convention shot 1., after the date hereof tbe,subscriber admia- to {he very lowest rales. He grateful to his
of
istrator tubs Estate of Andrew Wilson'late
lie,. customers for past favor*,sad aoUetta them aniltba .
with France.
Tho Ht Jobna County deceased,will present the account public generally to call sad examine bit tooth
.r the times of holding use present King of England was born
An net to change of his administration to the Honorable the I and
attention bunneta.
and br strict
hope to
TheMavorofPhiladelpliU has recently District Courts of the United States, for the 24th of August, I7G5 and is now in his 70th County Court of said County for adjustment and the really reduced pries of hi good*a. il..ute
fua eiertHig himself to suppress gaming Western District{ Virginia, held at Clarks year. The present Queen was born 13th that he will thereafter pray leave to be discharged ryfatis&ction. JOI1NJ. 1IRDKICK.

houses in that city aud bai succeeded 1 in bur:. of August. 1790. and is only in her 40th from (us Administration. St. Augnsttne.lrt. Aunt 1KJ5.

ftre-akiDg up four or fiVo nests of Mack- Au net suplemeutary! to an act entitled EDWIN T. JESCKr.S"M.rcbJO. : N. B. A apply offreabGARDCN SEEDS

kgs. "an act to authorize extension, construetinn year.A ._1-6. just received for cafe as above.fjtnini :.

and use uf a Utcrt, branch uf the Baltimore temperance meeting mechanics was .
Tint: tuvrmomctcr was ten degrees! lielotvro and Ohio Rail Road into and within b.III.sIteek in Ibo city of New York Committed to
'' at Dmliinm Mass. on the! tnuruing uf the Dil'rictof Culuniliia.** which was att..adcd by more than two

be 3d March. I Joint Resolution, giving the right of thousand persons. At the conclusion of the Tailor, a. Aqutiu.AS _

-- I through the property of the United States way at addresses papers were handed through the A AON I U. forsale at bit More recently" openro%

R >Key arnartk#*<>**. This island was cnllrd bv the I Harper. Ferry, to Winchester and Po. meeting which containing temperance pledge he ID..rtmeulorJaod.or.lorpalilJ.wb'b will sell at* small advance ai our the.
Cayo Ilncso. or Boise Key Rail Road to upwards 600 hundred signatures Haw
tumac Company. New York prices-I will keep on band ,
nhieh baa since' l been corrupted into K. were obtained. the lOdi last,two negro men as nma {
y Rest lutiou for the (sale) of a Lion and t Boot, Shoes and Gentleman's Wearing Apparel
\Vet. Dr Lietter says It %"."o named by two Horses, received as present by the T '*, who have for six or seven months )net I .and van ce. >r artick-sio the clothing UM,
the Spaniards, in of Matrimonial ladder. Sir Jonah Barrington called themselves by the nausea of CRAM UER8
consequence its great Consul' of the United States Tangier, from themselves for Winter and Summer dress
reaeml e. ta a bone The Key West the Emperor 01 &lofCJto. in giving some advice to fair dam and WI LIAM. but they now tJaUTU.ad call TOM BTGaaUeman'e clotiiiog; made to order, and
fecatfee gives another sel.thea first by the names of JOHN ia the mod(r..Moalb! nuaasr sad wananted
an4 better reason, Resolution presenting a gold medal' to nourishing tender passion BROWN. John Smith otherwise Chambers

rift I .. Croatian And a sword to each of the describes what ha calls the matrimonial{ladder 'l is about thirty years old and about six feat bigb; to fit. 1-if'

'Tra4ftoa states that about 190 years a* officers ruder command, for thoir gallantry which ho says consists of eight steps bas a stripy look and a scar on his right ankle, April I. .

11'; ,a battle was fencht farm between the ri- and good conduct in the dcfeneo of Fortt3tepheuaoa viz, 1. Attentiou2. i'lir'ldoD3t.port.blp; sod two small scars on his forehead. Tou tl rown.

.al nations or ledtetJi; sine ofibrtn having iu 1813.NoUazomahnitztro. 4.13reakig the ice;5. Popping tho queiion; otherwise William is about twenty six years old; XTICE.
!.ere driven from. the Islands along the 6. The ncgociation; 7. The ceremony; 8. baa a very bold look, and a scar on hit Ion knee ALL persons bating draaada against the"
western bnro &f the Florida FetthuaU h The litptntznce. and one on hit 'left eye brow Each of them. baa of William Harvey dec. wifl ,'eNOl.
their y irtat:nif.Pronounce on a dub pre-jacket which is the most of their thins nroperfy attested,and aUpeisoee indebted
stringer and more numerous MiRhbur this tetttt word; it is tbe original Mexicanfor clothing. to said Estate will make isaaiediate payment taJOd.
of the 1aH. The few who The Boston mention the death of
man escaped cuuntry curates papers WIJ. O. DAVIS, HWITI Adffir.D .
here k is uII, ventured in tbak canoes a- a man at Springfield. Mass aged CO years, March 14. lG&"Fer .c. 17th. 1834.

rrots the awr to the island of Cuba. A Lunatic ".o.eo it mentioned who in Ibo eulH'lO uf his lib had bad his

Traces of aaouads and embankments a- ill an KogUsh Pitfagt.periodical tbat the Provinceof limbs broken io eleven different places! be Sa"...,." LStibk
IOBK tbe western and saathnrti sb'tree of tb* sides soSbring eight dislocations. : fine Steam Packet fltnda, Cspt B.A + J.
Antwerp in Belgium. possesses Instead Tin weekly between A NEW Livery ubJ now optatd near
will make
trip
.. a
Island, ateai to hear evkJeace to site troth of .'. Chart* I treat
a Lunatic Asylum a Lunatic Village. It lift of 4 II. 1t18l" store on .
leavingPieoUtawiligenarallybeoti
ot the "Ise.eat reId,. to this batlte-tbe is called Ghee, and the poor creatures are .1 nefter'.. JSr .. Pieolala and davannab. Friday.day A comfortable whtre borses witt be kept by .tbo day,weak or

result of vffewb. was a ,great somber of attuned to rosin .t!llreelo iM aDd where WAS fell' at 'tbebouseoftbetiabacriberby ; boose at PksoUta afford to and from St. rno.tla.'oIlI't'U ..;.wise Isoiiea.. ,sad. ': .
.., .'b, owner eao lift*the same die lest or" b1 .
beast left to "t..eha" moulder accommodation while wail camt.IreI7 .
away upon the infirmity" does incapacitate, thf n tho and for thus advsr- Aagastino auitabla O. JlUWAaorApril
rfaee of ifee earth, causMstr stunt 8ian* iubabiuuts by proving property ps filll boat. J -
give the
for
:. them work. Many districts tiftment. ANDBW!ANDEUtfON. I' lag DUNCAlAIIIIL t. 1tfJ. .
rds to steaigaatt tilt Island i e 8r Kty." .Io the Netherlands! rend their Lnnntics to ftl'rill. 1533. \Val. c .I. : \. .

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..... .io.H L'f How &MU cI bare ire tonu.I,.et + DI ;Whitbrcad'a bottled' stout; ctRors. Night'i : correct, ,lut {It ivTiW =lw.o. ta'at tbomainland 'i.m'-n i& _"' .
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.p..2'.r this and that good thing,Alum fell. through, not l 1 gown aDd slippers ;.|>H9cb ; bed. : washed $;\tai;' : the.Belt__} ''''''t,.,. r titan ateeute poMa! 'to aroa.e

... I .:t=* -:- because we had UtUa time t bat because wo bid sing'" that tbo: 'rivetdepth pad je, IM!","." etepor. It te firametly tfe* ease ia

THE THEKE UOMK9. time anaogh and to wasted one hour, alter aao The Eye*-Tte opinion of tbd ezqnisitosensibility ; I that' jbijifei ir ft YY. Iff tlto"IGaports thai; tbs perns!fee fef several dtvt

I.Whore is thy beta*r 1 asked a child, that till the lime hid to pasaad.Time work,. the idler and or the eye bat ariico .from the s sad coos< ,>* tie Ier.tarita tits iobi port Told, i ias.a tla. to !.

Who in die morning air spendthrifts anaugh bat bit clothes says wear out before I Pafinds which b felt on the admUston of a s of the; bores dftbtt tea jtifl" to c1 req. roaod. sjvery tWt

Was ..1:10".,. Croat tweet and wild lime to earn new ,one J and bb pockets he1 small piece of dirt pr a .11,* between the to dig! canal, and perhaps to lay dowa.t i: Every an IfflsJ patm some '

*' h her bald era emptied, and ha has BO tilDe .to replenish j i I eyelids but this occurs from a wise aDd rail-roads, In order i Q taalatatamcrco tit CglfIe!iT time ui slaep",01R0.oro taaa port ee.|j

My brae".tM happy heart replied, the m. I proem tivo provision of nature, on account sleep of aalraaJa.it dtfeicot from othofi.f

"Is And Matting childish glen, Franklin bat a homely saying to this affect, j)I of tboloicniibility of the eyeball it. It it {jtensraHy abet irregtrfar tIaet e|
the tide
ea sunny mountain hit be who lose an hour in the IDOl Din,, mart self.] Let the be raised and theme aaA
WtMrte...n wind wander free eyelid In de.p ito oar mint sober reason, those ,Ifte. A saaH noise' or a sht. .
tin all day and 'Ut a wonder if ho overtake his piece of dirt applied to the surface ofsensation vices ba only toa..
||{ i awakeo
Of Meeting fill en anle ayouth, they e.er.o frealt"hleb injure aa animal" ( in
if find him- .
butioets before night. So. any one except eata
A'.1 l iu roy hours.When ..ICplnched for time. It b likely be has thrown the eye, no pain and scarcely a their possessor are D ,tar viewed with ba'ffthat pot, wekh is dirt,) wbila ia If.
} every word b joy and truth, way an boor when he thought he had time j I,,.I will be produced l ; remove the piece of indignation, at those which affeci otjiers. ally it rcqaires a moth o f.a j

Aad tret-urea liva in flower f enough and a little! lo'p.ra. > dirt l turn out the lid, and whilst It! is retain That offence which i affects the |,.rpe- tioo. greater

eked Thai earafft-*ay we,when in a serious mood. ed averted place the piece of dirt upon it, trator injuriously, Is Very little reprobated Tboagh sleep bo natural and
home f .1 ofone.
Where is thy face we retulva to U more diligent more 11.tfID.tie.mare i no greater sensation will !bo induced than i is by I.ocietr-th winch proves hurtful to to the languid mental sail are

To Who bear a bear warrior's with fiathicf tender tone punctual i when we resoles upon any re- felt when it is applied to the eyeball. The our aei bhen, Is b, ja species of laudable ties.; yet tt II frequently brought corporei) ..

In the wild we**!'* eecret place form.We infereuco i is, tbat both surfaces, when touched sympathy, more calculated to raise our Indig external canto. Heat on by i
I do while produces lice
Sbaf ... lIot. *U her varying cheek the not mean to procrastinate it is irrecoverably we separately, are nearly insensible to this nation-but that which prejudices us, individually witness it in the soteaer ,.

\ Th tale might well impart t muse Doyou moment,a,. we knew pastes all this beiore. SDeciet of Irritation ; but, let tbe same is a serious evil, and deserving of mon to see the laborer season; it K r*
iodolgiag
If The home of ber y nuug spirit week No doubt of it. Yet we are apt to think the piece of dirt be pu between the eyelid the highest and malt,, condign! uulsbiaegt.s the beat of tho day to sleep. A.heated aa bast
Wes in a kindred heart. It tint but to Di reaatl the eyeball and the' sensation produced murder is the and c
not only enon/a, porno spare premeditated $ same on a dull sermon are almost
Ah! soul that well above, taro
kindred might*oar I to
will thia it an error and honld he corrected. I is exquisitely painful. To give rise to all occasions;its bun U alike black and ma- sleep. The beat of the church

i And To bald earth their fondly hope, on cling human, late The different length afdferentlives. it nothingagainst tbrsurfaces s sensation it is necessary tbat the two ligaaatt but how different Is tha feeling excited listed but the sermon it ures tt.bJe.might Iu he +

That light and frtde thing our positron,that life it j rest long enough should come in contact, and that against a fratricide and a /e/o de teJ* notony falls In leaden accents (
Hit olden hat of duty and upon th
enough enough
person
the foreign body Ho grasped between them. Scorn detestation horror loathing follow and soon subdues the most
ifhe levee powerful
plesure too: histliriM
*4 thv home thou lonely 1" ar'gbto occupy If this w ere not the case, an irreparable injury tion
When I Is man score year and ten-while be whoso,uu tho ono pity, compassion, perhaps sympathy Variety whether in sight or
halted a pilgrim |rey. goe' down at noon, hat time ennogh, if he willbut would often occur to tho transparent the other: yet in either Instance, preYt'ot.lle.p. while-moa"toay of all n
Who ettne with furrow brow and wan, improve it, to mike hi* life here bluing to part of the eye before It would be observed. the lifo of a human being Is willfully is apt to indnco iu Excessive cold I

Slow routing on his way / other*. and that hereafter blessed and glorious to .Guthrie on Cataract. and u ula wfally taken.Patience. as beat procurer sleep. A as i
and with. ..lemn mein % hi It. pcnoo wu{
Uer.Auled. mle snf&eient clothing on bit bell!
will
M Th hind I! hi.erk* huh tboa"yet ne'er. but teen -Which- "That life alone i. long." Ant Plague Grenada.-Their numbers It is said that iu olden time cult to sleep at nigbtbutitU a fact lad thiti it '

My home is in the skin f la.wer.lire".1 end. nThejirtt to immense as to cover' the roads for before banging was brought to.its presentperfection is produced before death when r..eziac

01 bleat thriee bloat the heart mutt bo Lord the space I sevcial miles and to croydedin Unas customary to give tho criminal place The Sobbed gratification of all t
To wbitmtucb thought..given, Elltn6oroug1&-Lorcl El- ; many plac s, that tho prints of burr
lenb..rou b bit choice of a tree on which to swing. ent desires, produces troop with I
That walks from worldly' fetters free, wa brought up at peter-haur es I j feet warodlstmrtl, marked amongst them Now it that of Erin canses that might bo many
witty son considered
Cambridge, of which his father the appeneddelecte a if '
1Il only hone in heaven. Bishop till filled up hy the surrounding multitude. had been in acrime'tybichbrnjuhthim ncc
'-' otGarlislowas WRiter He was considered., Tether hey mate bridges across large and rapid I ; ry.Yawning
to the undesirable alternativo of choosing
precedes and follows
From the Albany Argus. industrious, but scarcely above are rivers, with the dead !bodies of their cum sleep!
in talent, then the I. the troo au vruch h" would he imp) 'ad- a person be wet while going to trot
4 yet displayed aviem .
Tilt DYINu MOTHER. p rade*. ivery kind uf cold victual, all! ape head p
ed nods
and l
Pat
lout and very judiciously selected tbegoostberry. and droops.
It b a solemn tank, to wait beside overbearing temper as be did clot of vermin, particularly rat, and even
It the officer Some animals
The cnurh of the ilepartinf i to kneel down, through life. lie allowed no p peace to those the tore uf th. newnrs. were expose I to ; was objected' by sleep in the day: sad oat
over horn his Bud .. I that it was too small. But Pat (',,..i.ted.'iall..ed night, as i is tho case with the out
And wipe the death damp from the c bruw the ascendant your honor its a rare tree, and since hate no particular time but
witness t
pour Capel LufTt th e 1 public treasury va+ oQVrcd to the discoverer i sleep at .
And grasp the bind,ton feeble to return bit fellow crW+rgiau. He tsar very unlike ..f rflVctu( method uf Patrick OTlanagan i isniverlu a burry to hour they aro not other+ i ise empfoveJ, '

The dijchiert pret$ure, and t n tee the lid hi, younger brother, George now bishop. or them "'Ir the principal, mean destroying employedi. > to bo banged bo'll jist wait till it ,row.. the fact with tbo cat aud dog. Other ti'
Grow tit"d and nmtionten above the mall like mankind
eyes have
Bath and Wells, who was a milder night fur their
mao i arsenic!
't In itltet beljib "trim to lit, atitl mark ling .
COURAGE.
ular time to
Eanti.levelling pales tbrjb: faint cud fainter sal t t and bold better" turnip, and took H tour ti and 1 ..i"h animal nut''- | sloop !
1 higher degree tnuny year after srdr. I trio k True courage has so little to do witb anger, Snoring is occasioned frequently by t
And knnw and feel that man can -do no mot e ttiuces, myriads Mere destroyed and tho Ljj
.. Yrl even here the voice of joy aomettines in 1781.-We Nero a short time at college sh c broil tuati'ig' of the poison rendered j there lies always the,ttronget la'l.iC'ionaKalO" { force with hicb tho air isdr..Yvn into

It beard ah" ve ih- wailing of di tre.*. together but I tan little of hi,u, mmi-Ticd' them as t.. devour it, where ibisi passion i h higher lungs in sleep. The respiratory ma* t
to outrageous> one an'-
Them have been those who triumphed when in his .tudie to .prepare fur his degree. and the"r -.Lane. ++f red-hot rla.reua11'ere ;True courage is soul nnd calm. Tbe bra.t being less easily! excited during this state

they di< d t t.tereluro' a"oviale;' will) scarcely an> oil.. 1 laid; f in' their way to which they crunded f t vest ol men have the lPeatnf a brutal bullying not act so readily and itian ith.alne degree t

p A t.1'TII unseen iood by, and whispered ..Ird. It Ncr long .bifoie Edntml ma<,ie any wat i in tu> Ii unmhert HS to extmgui- it wit.'i! their ; insolence, nnd l in the very time of danger effort that the air is admitted Tutu tho Ir

The living mat ont hear and nerved hit eoul I at the bar, till. being competed' unit the! biuiies: and lnd.-t full of firn mere dug in the are found the mutt serene, ptoasantand rre those who tuuff much or sleep with '

Of lbl* womtn. patiently" tu bear Ei: st ludhus y the m irriagn nf his tuter i I cjWithriir ': grounds it tuna ncrvtonnexiiiieuUhed: ;,! Knee, ne know can make the coward forget mouths open are most given to this '
Natur'* last thaw eaC inortal Thuina hiimelfand fight: But what it done in fur It i well
'JO"" Ruuibidd.be ; j to endeavor to breathe through 1
war emI I of dead. But
by heap \\ hale tha I'
ADd there tare eat, -t wife M mother, friend.Vlin pluyed. asououf thecouiuelat tlaltiu .'Irial.I mained undisturbed, nests re-| I! or anger.can never be placed to the account nose and keep tbo mouth shot in sleep.thns .
new progeniet
\ taught, while d11..c. mote exalted truth appenrj I
(j .
r'rtun that liuif) be gfl on H 'littl. but ;| rootage.r avoid disagreeable practice of
,
Than thousand hvunlim enuld ever pre.cti. n is ml l ill iiiiuiiTon n* oVer, and the only P1I'e -
O, luigbi her faltenug tonfun have uttered a""lr diiisidervd as a 'leader till uu the sudi lu-tl f check bids they received "'If. from the t rin:. 8
preen \d '.) dissolution of l'tit. iuiiii-triu 18-11.+l I de...trti live hurricane, which, by tearing Tea. The Canton Register. of the first of --- tl

Methmkt her voice had breathed a strain like thi i. i, "beud.lingtllti had a difficulty making 1 .iltujpih r. or 'n 'loosening the roots uftho up July contiius the f<+lifc| lag: necnunt of the American Stone a ffeiely dUcotend

Wad bwuld you bid me atayt up hh patched administration, Law. mutt.lu plant here they nestled cs tu adult the culture of n Taut that h. s becume a priiiri-i |l ment. Longinius never made a truer b

When dill v U ri-minjf,and yu i think to keep every one's urprite, was mined Ann r- rain filiiiu estimated the! stairs race.I. .- 1 pal tourci oflJevenue Wtho (Oiiiir Gov- i,: mark than when he said "democracy a i t

The travc&vr from has home.-tu pine and weep tiev General. He WN then fifty sears ..Ie''I., from j ..uon'gnmtr91'lrl;,.', history oflhty eminent, and, one of the tno' i important articles i the cradle of.ri u'e." The "" mtexpanding '
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An- l''nf to be av*a+yT -It was suuputed. that "ni < par J Bormed Co/oitie, of commerce' in the civilized world. It to iu utmost power of eitenwt, c
E And tarn the tuul dutb tprinf f i>f turn f.elde mid discordant' ma thrives h l f it gays the Journal nllulcd! t<>, i in u under free laws and iuttitution*, develop* r

To aeek its lmt-r h+'md.0'could ye bind.. serials, a bold mm was wanted ii that Mr. William Black wood l, the proprietor stony ,sill! mUt-d, with clad 1 %. Hiid l is !utmostalnsiYH powers that lio dormant and repressed Itneatli I
With earthii fetters the f IJI.lloiulmUacJ, and that jl rued! thai southern side .f the chaius of
; Aad cheek it*waring wing! past Law's larcaitic temper, aull.uMi.her..r i th<* celebrated! hJt'lzine .p on < monarchy end despetism.
would be uf wan iu them f If '! hill; iuajHiil tvicro tiuthiiigeheuiiiild Discoveries and l inventions
had l bra' t'fI' H liieh goe by that name, died at Edin-i i | grow are cm 0I.
.. I cannot elote air eyet. thor.' tcarrely a year N hen Kenyan'de.ith I'I bnrgh recently. He had been i j the tea plant thrives ya, it grows very teal within the cumbiuatiun of thought, obit "

And drat; ny ardent. aspiration* dowaFr..aa opened' to bun the hi*', office a.r Chief Justice !11! urn lelie el" mute of health for same in time a''f 1 j liixuriuntly'iu| a ail! stare, carp with tlii dire I I. seem almost magjeal; Mild l supcruiiiiiral coat] I

That th waits- bright ft..b in'pe Ib..kit.and everlasting. .CroWD d of uo KitlJ:'* Brncillc. a peerage. N..turallv( i 'Iit. Ho leas coiifti'lcriibly adduced in I Ii t rerel1re, .hat the leaves fife. rrnr.er nnd not t pare d I with tile results <+f Intellectual a'rr i
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Not for an rashly lot*. inclined. to r+exrreue too asceii-lanc\ his hu1 j i 1 life. It i Is nut generally knoun that ho I' gf plentiful ns on tho Iirti'is' which the hand i j iuuu* iu government* of force. Ot>r onil

Can 1 the purer love of lle.ven forego moor tb" .udd.'.. suit, ..rrcertu..19.lulfe.1 hi jiM I!. t editor at well
Ner give up{ fur the Church ol God below, i into the .''de110 was im,.aiieu, i-.t *'. Ho species aro known, but it i is I pretty certain remarks by her Franklin her Fulton.o +
vituperative and h ? a \rs% trc ctlr s ited' .. ... .. .. .. ....... I .... .. ..
Hi holier church above. t necessary conseqiienee I by Profmift U t'!sot,. Nut IMUV were all > tMM-** .- **; sometimes incorrect in his ,, esc work which trial* upon i the subject giv tuuishiuz: rapidity uitb tbeh!
authorities that aha
To din I-thU it not hard t erg u- 1 : dutiiigiiuhfd writer'* roulriuutiuut in. I i bat ap
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It it not too bud to leave a world like this meats cunclu iont and opinion .\. I-oj; I(I renal, hut hit rccommwidaiiou or oils." r- i formidable iiomeiiehture the various plied anti improved u;>ou ulnujt crest u>e t
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And suit ewer unto toe .urldofblut, judge Lawrence who was knumi M be a :!i h I wise of the article of oilier soot a >great: kind u .hirh arc produced the various p rn. ful art. 1

And tnrl'the treat .wd I better la+ryer, 'a" well as of 1 better abilitie* I'! 'way iu Itiflu nriig the derivim of 1 t lr.1(|,! vinc-e. though iu gon tli |* priueipally cunt i- \Vc come noiv to record anMher remarka

Bu I it i. bud 10 thorn. sad ..f greater mil
Wiihrartb'naliuremetitit i to ub'lne! the snni ; .itiuu, remained upon the bench, he" n. !iu '. with all the cuntributurs to it i Miiguzme, 1!I rulik 'en mid hang: -s b+.",ten the *jIb I ly alluded to, but of which we raa 11f,,,,. fru' a>

To keep the heart and the wdoU life control %ouie degree under hit control. There is i and f by this me4111 inereaved their uttach-i Pod{ :ht t'egrcoof latituije, it ;groxvt the our own personal observatiun of tho aped

O. lit hard to live f I sumo advantage to the public though nut mint both to it and hi'.elf. He war ex- I};, out nil the rruiral p'ovmrot of the Chinese men and from further information obuie +

Au frt, if it were given I to the sU lou. in such' a mind and temper its :|;I, 'tremely I liberal I.iu tho I remuncraii',u bo I; Empire, Wad ire home consumption" i i- eel:Iv 1 I from tbo inventor. .,oak iu more poili

To tr.iu tb...* litt|. nnrrl.nss..rar care. Iv.rd ElleubupoiKh't: : it maken ire*pairht'Uinesi. ul ::: j gave for rOlltrihllrioul. Other put,''i.h a rtregulate rnormous Tbe question+otten been put tenm.-Mr. Obadiah Parkrr. a native '
To iinul i tabor q.?oghts. to teach them word. of fur what it nhethcrtlrshruhdMCtnot" different Nei
sellout unite it cuts urn the price they give! form tide,* by produce Hamt shire Dad for many yearn n res'pcctable

And p.rayrt iu lead. harm uj to heaven t tears asunder.es the length tub a bleb they extend ; but Mr. :, kindnf leIt,.varyiu:: iu quality ticcurdiog to resident iu Onoudago county' i

1..1. .. w4U iMiitain, niarkwood. M ,lieu fin met with nil article i ill* timo tl) r leaves aro gatlirred l; rind it may' our state, and no* in this city .Ins after twmerous

An.< guiil- them fur'bur uu tlinr doubtful way, .l/toniedingSaaacity in a A/?.-A w that particnhrli. plnancfl l him, uould often !I t j be 1 Mil"." cred 1, thoiigb thi, is really the ca.... cxpetimentt discovered a compoition -

Sb*|re uttaiftlit than path, or if their feet should : men rr.i iui;: in the ueighborliO'Hl of M,'I give four linnet the price for it which it { t'.io tea, shrub p.trt.ikcsuevettiees! r}if the vine; ttuccu orcemeut-nfaich from a tttte

..?, ': ro.e, vife of an induttrious and rrsjtf rta* Iei would{ have brought if paid{ by thn tbeet"" ;t j i I for oven tome plantations i will only produce ,(! of liquid mortar hirdcus !in a few davs-

land back the lot agaia.B laborer, hat fur considerable time been i adding, tt he.' atitliur would have expressf f I, tilth tititl l tneli teal. let the !i time of I plucking I eUht or ten, into a solid substance ol. sloe saj>J

1 kubject to eprlepticartackswhich ro..,. I i i ed their his [ bo uliNtover, it era ', nor situ tho
it there'a better |ttide.Vl oiij tiirpmeat Ii l'fatitY.lhllt be ) drying and a* impciielraMo ni granite and tusceptH: *
\ .. '"%di o..t f*it tiMiu w'Mfo oiy eye grew. dim generally i-i the'courar uf the day. rib* I has' nrrrr paid fur literature ly tbo yard. n* if ', ninuiplatiuguf! the leaves occasion any matcriildiflTf l of a beautiful poui.! It i is apparently ch'
And lean alVly trust th.-ni all with him no tervaut, and ber children' are too fur tiro in the flarbr. It uf
youo.; paving a piece of cloth : but tb.it 'lie I II j I repent* a a calcareous nature or like the ba rj
Iii u ito t"III..11 WM tried! torender bet any a.itauee during the i wished h. lueHiim: the quality rather than care to {pruuo tho thruti properly unto' it af dett kin l a.f M.irMff. Any color he
Hnw .w eti" mv ",1"1 ozy.ms. The want "f 1.r.I'I r ;I i'ter five harvest ever may fr
an attendant i i i I. tar nr of
My Hariour' ribbed. the of (I Ilh* au i.itiiy. The Magazine i. a muttthe Vi'I "tel the leaves yen to it and it not only{ defies, but actual
crave eta alarm hnwevor in
And (patiing on hb,.,erl&l Il.a.lD. abi nie measure tuppli'il, in 'lu.-iblo <.tnbPrtl.! .Perhaps it it tho Ino.t.r having become ton coarse ahd} the thi ub itself{I a cquires
1 can depart in ptare. litlatiuu.uceofherhutband collie by a fiilhfal and j' '.mlitahlat! : .> this kin l in the world.. It hat i toe lea'fleu. N Y (,'011. Air. Ileji brittleness, under the changes of the al

flog which no t a
A willow diOA ,
|> uvera simple mould its mistress.endeHvnrinr ith I From the American pi-
Tn wife the utotbf: ,..t.in hop.below, to reich her bed, thin ha difficulty -- I>la.aille. r tent*-aud at f'atikill and recently{ l !t& .ail-
runt 'owdng$ for \'EL LE.P.-cIIAPrEa:
Wailing the feeuri ection of the ju t. her : OH"I'111:11r1t:1'IC. i. specimen the wall of?.i small edifiee e e>
huiband.l and continues harking hud ,, The ''oiiuuereial) t1nl.oue ..f St. fete Sleep' defined Xi i4ht th, finis of IIt'ep--rle.p feet hish. which in eight days-recalling oV

VIATOR.. lutulmg, until he has found him. amid h[ ,. burgh uf Mav 1!. h.rt the following:-sIt .ft" ced by health c.r diMe '4e- '''poC childhood mind tho fable of Me..iut4 v# is t
perfectly
\ return witb him to the hue, the (..illy fur h.. lieeu remaiked that -stupor' -Sleep of sniuwlt' -External ClaSH rued with p
during
the laste. l its door wind
THERE IS TIME ENOUGH. dog l leading the Sleep Y awa r'I-Tbel lime Auirntl! rttrr, 2call efvrhirh
This U ode of the HHWI minchwvoua seatea lighted nay, cud appearing! twentycar., tht crater in this. port has bo- tint.rraa. sleep- is testified to by the owner to us

in th. EnftlMb lanfuage. Nut that ii u bid iu r- i assittaucr to' see his mattercomtng to his wit(,.'t come cnn..iibte lowered, aud II!Toni* a Sleep{ says a writer on this subject, it the Dually, anti by the'certificate of the jueJp pet
hsc! -for it it eHictly at we intend ITfou oo occasion has this I'OK uon proof if the of
true to abow' [ s correctness of the observant : iiitermuliite Mate hetwecnf wnkefulues thj county and! the citizens d(
been
pretend But it* ineaoins? i. adl" perverted[ (| mistress knolls to neglect' his duty when ii.Mi., made by the ancient inhnbitauts of the! death:-ivakefi loess being reg-mled nndto the) t tho ..I&lco. It it impossible principal to foresee lit
and ... taken ill as
what was &otror brcouiee and
IC"-'CI. the I at
occa i whatever dir] i shores of the Baltic that I
ion nf evil. tauee from home bit the bottom of thll', nlivp state of all!) tho animal! and iutt licetid consequences: of such a dittoyer,. It tar

Many a cood thing might bare been done hid \,i bo at work. bt does not master may happen to j i sea is rnotiumlly rising; that the level a : ual function, and death as {hat of their total I, I passes J without doubt all other cements; ss4
cease
it been b-tjuu in eaton but becaute ibere "at' all hit speed, honliux all running with;' the water i+gradually) diminishing and the ,' siinnension, There are tiro; kind of sleep i t tli-, material it ,ns cheap that entire bet
the
... time enough, it was let alone and lei alone, and .' mutt piteous until time in tae i laud iuereating oo every side. According -thi complete and tbo inenmpttte. Complete sesof any shape dimensions, f.'rti6rttiH

so Dot.talted until too late or never moved at tufiudjwn, manner ho has been able I the researches of the ancient uatanli st1. sleep is ta' temporary metaphysical death i caualt, aqueducts dries may be thus buill"

ail.But phenomena of this nature most frequently though not au organic one. The heart and in a few slays which could utterly snptree*

of aril there The is be aaeh* extract a thing honey U brint at inf food if out I Voracity of Ratt! .-*Tlio followioff iri i occur Wo hi the countries near the North Polo. lung perform their office with their arc ur I brick and thane, and effect a complete} ton.
rats
sweet nut !
can
as
an the lakes lutinn
quote example
of | in
.. kahle tomed It is architecture.' What
abundant from the thistle a* (rain the rot*. ; instance of the! voracity f the Denmark which -have regularity. Characterized by| will art Bti
;x ADd bM who would profit by studs'tug human na ;I Nome-gain> rat. now unfortunately too grey co or- of them, sunk so low thatn a torpor of Ibo organs of tbe drain, of tbo yet imitate and aC''IIIlisblY., Slar.IfDEPKf"Ja'cE. .
almost
ture.ao' ..Iehiq diviiioptovidene. .. way learn mon IU thl' his some are entirely with- external souses, and of voluntary mul l
country : jest u n.
wi.dnnt (row Ms p...t errors. cad aura over hi ;: farmer iu the vicinity of Banff occurred A' out water. Sweden and Norway 2500ea"t Incomplete{ sleep, it the activity of ono ?r > There is nu :alljoltl
tniofiMtane.to on going i formed
Inland
seine good aces unt. i round ) ago, one Tho town of moro uf the eerebian
to lurk
at his pigs found organ; whale the others independence lu the world di'
Th wisest the
;
in I'ittea ono
man ancient young in five every
day, (end We be. forty years, hecamo distant in
... lien he w '. faity at wise a* people comni"my' Clf 81ftft' which had recently littered with front the sea taro mile, and tbo aro repose! ; this occasions dream- pend. in bit slatiou upon lame one .bott
water In .
are at present.)-the wisest tDlln otaari. lit d+*e ; their throats.< bas | VM tie to mid..r..nd that there is* tine rear die partly eaten, and tome of them drag'ged j can. The ancient twenty eight; Night is the time for sleep All natureat there \tould be uothiu& bat confusion ia ifr

every tliiugssnd.'rthe'pun. A tic* far laxfkttr'mdfarte f into the boles of tbe rats port Clr Lodi+o s DOW ; this. timo seems'locked in the arms of r tee( nnivcrsc.iaA .
nearly hallos
a from
m./fir ssrtoa std jury A 'Unit for dozen ufwl.ichfeructouraWimals our the sea, and that of Westerwhich The birds are still, the boasts tvander not ---
bu-
beam**, a ii a time ( *ily engaged in devouring tbo tender at dawn all nature awakes.( !>K5cas. An of
rust, but he doe not My a word about lelaor.i t{ of the !II progo- gallon of Tornea large vessels cou!<| come T bo birds begin their and candor easy way opeaan
joy the
stye cattle with
lUbe, or time far Mlanemt. close it songs; c'rolltha | egress all liumoun: sail t.<.
'- .. He et..*k n. too of__ _.1 I up to now it U in the middle of the find mon forth that is
s. 110 me,latrine u. Inrd. Tho grass, gocth to bis a- over solicitous to conceal a defeet
m I peninsula. islands
we of '
may arty A Moderate Man... The Errgsoo and Ca- bor. often
I does
tutaraHr. that lie sea.tM.frffetira following Is sub- as much. to make
fonts At I roe, aud proclaart
day tin noon sad aura fo govern the night bat misted as a bill of fare fnr tbo evening, for a ApsoQ Testeroe, have been for >Sleep is varinmly affected by health and lion of .

given .. .........juw time oough. cud i eentleman: with a light appetite : Boles many years joined te, each other; end disease. Man In time of health sleeps in ..... ,
to....,.. to perform dour dmlt. end to vaj mute"y fried if a fine dry sandy color, and alto toutsoe, Psalmudi, bragdel+,ue, and many trauquility. lie arises iu the morning re- -- --. .- -_.. .. :

every rt4oafile. ...r.-.. make the world tot gether touocent in appearance of filthy more It have heroine part of the mainland. freshed and prepared to go forth to big dtily REGULAR PACKET
tat for
oar baring Hved to i..d to became grease 'lamb was upou these frets, connected witb labor.
Ur fitted oufe4f. for "Another list ; sherry chops and stowed I other observations that New .strength i. given him; languor ciweeis St. "gHstinc utM
and a better gberkens ; sherry Litmaeux and bas aud 1 all
world" ush t a pullet grilled with CeUius concluded that the gone; the faculties; both Cen; Cl sr,..,.,.. -
Tbare i.f* m oomt ; sherry ; stveatbreads depth of the tal and corporeal are rcer ted. But else '
sew the plain
aay eehoolboy.-but boiled .. Baltic sea diminished four THE 1 Regular{ Packet SeH
bis I b.rr'l inches in
Uaaarun* out.aod b. goaa.h fitted to he oo oniolette hOme :" every sleep of disease is far different. It is short
athsg room e r eater, half fitted ,at col. sherry S Stilton orCbcabirotbeeie; Devon I century It would, and that in two thousand years and nnrefrething; disturbed by fearful sights SAMUEL 8. MILLS. LTJH*
lego shire scaldcream entirely disappear SOUTHWICK Master ill
butter ; celery Although and frightful drrama.'bo pulse Is w err
aloe agitated
7l> .*...,thifikaeiaBy a young man. if crust sal port. Nuts or butsruits { ua more accurate ol..enatiou..ad iu modem uitb' frcgneatitsns and twitches. of bane luuainj between the .*.*
d tbo
be does nets _. ; a era times do mus port, throughout the
to Ukiu confirm
? eoataietica habila of fro made of the pullit'f not the diminution t o.bo cles."In. yenr.
g Kty anj eeotioaay,and thus gizzard ort ; so rapid asthis ,Her Cibio i w commodious; and bandso
,
provide for
future they with
port ; concur the
port childhood
quantum toffieit" 1le s era and '
wefthh-bu1 the .. tin b'ee infancy more rarnithed and fitted
U '
en.r, "ttr cem. with ally reveived sleep "C- exprestlv fur tea iec'
and dash opinion that
of the. bottom
be.tooMia, bofMtjr phfaa* .f Dr. Fra..kliuX eau-de-vie! {'* evening .'.. sea, in the northern of bea quired.than at any other t time; owing proba gallon! or paueaen. The u w WM bests,, '.
aametist peso ; theatre troll! rises {9 ) bly to1 the of Ibo with the best
** 'afoargaaa'a bead u ieoc as be ; supper s namely, I degree, the hemisrhere growth bad I. the Metkata aI'oriI.! Cp 8. ts+ltil
IVII. though
oysteniutheir shells, boiled in ,vinegar does the water Stupor and sleep are different, though skit opportunity to return bk f rw. tlii Idle
lobtters Walsh rabbitt I not sink It is 'difficult to decide favors and
troll seasoned and supposed by. omo to bo past toeoIieH aeenliaaiaeej of ibi
ubJch, of these two opinions is most both tbero u insensibility bat synonymous. In patroiMia>< of hit fikud tad! this pafet*.
; it is 'e
spy to St. Aogos'iao,Jaly 3d,18M.

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