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Florida herald
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 Material Information
Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1835
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 02261128
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System ID: UF00079917:00045
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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Frets the t.....Manchester G'sudUo. I tb thktieth or September el b ty For the purpose ol education : --7
loco IiUD. stipulated
HOW BEAUTIFUL." dud &ad Dine, three hundred in the fourth article of teen hundred end two .
I. aDellJ\r dol. dollars. same three thossand red and sty four,....a bttad
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Bow eesaiiful tab world of ran, For TO THE POTA WATAldIEB. For the support of six agriculturists and two hundred the purchase ofiroa aad tteel: ,&c.,
purchase of
the and
II to AatBBHi hats. cod Summer Bowers, permanent annuity, stipulated In oxen ploughs and agricultural For iwvaiyGOUfirs. i-0
li the fourth rtico! of the treaty with implements, stipulated ill the fifth article or a Bjtricaitaral,......., stJpakted.{
1 them of Ita
! Id wsvieg fieldsof ripsaed grsia the third of August seventeen tame two thousand five haadred dollars.. same four hundred doHa,..

[ I In twfiifbt shads on bill and p 1 eta ninety fieoao thousand dollars.hundred and For the parrtxta of one thousand five ban For tbo limited annuity, sri stated fa tba

....1iI'aI.ita..rlWq.lood.. For the purchase r-alt. lt1j..illed dred pounds of tobaco, stipulated in fourth article of ibe treaty ..f too fifteenth
third a.ticre 10 the .one hundred and same, July, a!&htt ea hundred of-
Aad Its testy coleBO woods. of be treaty or the seventh 01 For the fifty dollars sand and thirty. two Brow
rL .. Aad m awn wftoa .'ft' tint erase, Jane ,llh-OII hundred and three. Doe ban ted services of twojphyslciaasstipnla- For Bvbeadted dollar
Afl Hi"eeffttrt firrt twite 'LAW OK TME UNTBD STATES dyed and forty dull.". fa tame! roar : dollar the support of aa i anistaat Wa.lt..w.. h
. ;PAUZD: AT THE fMOSD I For ..uw-------- TO TilE MM.* a stipulated in same. ,. tonroollart. hnadrod.:=
pvroiaaeni --- -
iE.,0 'OJ' Tfl& aonoity, stipulated in For -----g. a,1t1T
the
1 1 "WEa'fl THIRD the third ankle of the support of five farmers
,
Hew Beautiful starry nigbt cotton s. treaty o/thethlnlctn females and five For
the
house
I of September, eighteen bundled keepers, stipulated in the I purchase 01 iron tad arse.. b.
; Wbm itt meek and mellowed liffet I and blue, cond article to- '''0 bandied .
five of
k rpUBLIC. No. 31] hundred dollar the treaty with them of anti tll eat, dollar
Stem t&roagh" the tree is teen, AN fifth of Feb the TOTHE
ACTaalkfa I
For eighteen SACS
the
s pro p riau oresf rlndisasn. permanent bnndred and AND FOXES.
annuity, thirty
Go tilt jocund rifiege green; nurtiea lad ohber s mtlarcbje for the I the third article of the stipulated in roar thousand dollars. one, For the permanent Imaoi stipulated

I Beiet&l the drums ofstee p, 'eJeb'.n bundred tad thin firtT teary I.i I of October eighteen hundred treaty of and fee second For the tvpport of a miller stipulated 'Wrdlhl7 arifC'le ClCm.tr.al 7 with lwta of the
Beil
When.... .irk wr pt and deep, : : tnattedby tAe Houte 01 t.vo thousand five hundred doBtra.eighteen lame six hundred dollars. November, .llbte.1I bandied andsti.Blnted
IltprtlCftta'IW o/G4e WitdsSS For For the four one thousand dol,... .
W fIen 'at&th: Letbeto spell. I o/A..tr. : the limited support jof three blacksmiths .
annuity, and
ica in Congress stipulated in the assistant For the .
where avtmbUd. That therouaw. fourth article of the ,stipulated tame two I IUppon oa bJ.rbmitb lad .
To lend angels dwell. treaty of toe ninth thousand one ...z, ,
lag be tfenty hundred
sums and the taut
same are btr.b: ,.e p. tprupriated of August tg b teen buudred and and sixty dollar in the fourth artkl. or tile
And ob!bow beautiful to teo, for the o h Mesas beroipaRor loon five thousand dI1I,.. twenty one For the purchase of ton steeldce. six bun 'same seven hundred end twee 7 du Warn .
,
tiaurd, to bo paid For dred and sixty doll.... Fur the purchase or
Outor.al.ou. the iron
fa aDd
Lors'i oodun j d fidelity.Hraittibat the limited annuity, stipulated In steel, &e..
, best tiiroafh good tad ill Itu Treasury not otherwise appropriatcS : that October third article of the treaty of the sixteenth tbo of six For thousand the limited dollars,a A ui ty.stipulated same two Fur buadred-crMuhurai andtwenty ilDpli.lars.d..I1,,,.

True tnd food tad faithful il l!; TO f&B SIX NATIONS' OF INDIANS. '..0 tbODlllBd. _. eighteen_._(fiu...._.hundred. ani tweary six, For the.--- r norna._.rw,....-.*--.'"-........._.f__ __, sa me.sixty dulJa.PL stipulated, fa
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0 aaoufal wbeayesn ntroepoa, INNEWYOBK. ---- I For w. in the fifth article of VMWC0UOO stipulated I For tha limited
I the five
annuity -
. OVr peatsBt'honored bed For the purposes educatioa., during the tame boedred d",Ilars. third article oft the stipulated art the '
petoiauent annuity stipulated in pleasure of Con treaty with them of ibe
I J,the wateftfut care we bless the sixth article of the treaty with tbO'D of thousand dollars.gross stipulated iniame, two For the purchase ofprovisioas, ttipn'ated: twenty firstif September eighteen hundred .
la a &1d'a Hevotedoen. the eleventh in the sixth article and thirty two, went
November, aeventoeu bun I For the of oi same, one thousand ytbone.'red dollar
support a blacksmith and Fur
I asss! dour the
dred fcuii ninety ruur.Cdurtboualad taut support of a blacksmith( .
fire boo I' stipulated in same and m i.
How bt-autiruJ-ch. ,seven butdred tant.
qaenihletf power, dred. dullnrs. '' twenty dollars. and TO THE CIJJPPE\V AS sripul in die fourth Mnkla of the
e7nabdoed in darkest hour, For the annuity of the 'I Fur the For the peiinaneut treaty, seven hundred and twenty dotUn.
king annuity
young chief
a stipulated in
Untttaeed when (unua,'. beam for life a* provided for b I thin act of tho stipulatf>d in same purrbaseof, two hundred iron and IttOl &e, the founb article oft,ee treaty with them of hundred For tho purr...or iron, and sttel&ur. two

Gaily fiW luVe virjricg streams tweuty'sixth of April, eighteen hundred and. dollar*. stet! twenty Ibo third of August seveutaen! -hnmi..-....."..". .- -u. 1 For and twpnr y ilolhir*

Virtue-ttoue this f torioot away.Tboetl.egemotT.irrat I tweuiy '*u, is U Iluo.rc'J dollars. For the 01. ninety five, one thousand dollars. the I'lIfC'hlteorrurll barrels or salt,
TO Ufa .apport miller stipulated 'a For the stipulated in same.two
I HENiiCAa OF NEW the third wide support of a blacksmith and auii- hundred dollars.
YORK. or the
isy treaty of the sixteenth taut For the
Fur the Prt uraurat aaoult iD lieu of at fiiicbilifflackmack! seven hundred jiurrbfse of forty kegs of tobacco
Tbou aLe rarest flower wo cull, tereatt-n stuck y or ba. Octoboreiaht ea baadred aid '..atl.b dollars sUiiulatrd,! in same four hundred dollars.
Croa of all prufidedforby the act of tho six hurt dyed dolla,.. TO THE
For
-mm beautiful the SACtf .
n-mtecmr af purchase of iron stall FOXEs: AND 1O-
February eJabtelo hundred For the Porebaseof hundred [stool!] &e., .
and two hundred WAYS
-- sixty
and thirty. ouo, six theusaud dull,,,. H ,! or lair and twenty dollars. S .
A word to the trite -An old merchant of .'U Tliii 01TAWA8 hundred and stipulated. to same, three For the permanent annuity, stipulated in in For the purposes ednration.. stipulated a

our city, remarkable! fur hit prodenre fa commercial For the permanent ununity. stipulated in For the twenty duU.... the second article of the treaty of the set;en* the the fifth article of the treaty with them of
+ .. the permanent annuity,stipulated in teentb of November fifteenth of July
operations used to sy, where hurts article ar abe tre with the second article eicbteea hundred and eighteen hundred and
sty them oC of tho twentieth
thirty, .
three
then '''great profits there are great risks. the tturd of Au tdtober of Sep.' teven, eight hundred dollars. thousand do uan.
i seventeen hundred ei b
and A teen hundred TO
and THE
llastftgwae lOaD of speculative turn, would j hisses, five, one thousand doll.,.. two thousand duU.r. tarot eight, the For the pennaOtDt annuity stipulated a OTTOES AND MISSOURIAS. -

!propone him a voyage_ nod assert him: For the ponoaneut annuitr., stipulated .?? For the limited pan..:.:.. ...1..1..1. 1_ fo toaub rode or lito treat y 01_tbe.twentl Fur the .
...
wsiimeoa could be made toe second f M b par ate 1 10 unb a[ B"eptemlwr. eigbtcen limited annnitvti.fi..... .-' 11jv -
percent on a car article of the treaty of the tevenjtoentii same one thousand d jj..n. hundred and fourth --- |'M* *CU Ml the
gob. would new listen to him. His obserWKW i of November: eighteen hundred For the nineteen one hundred dollar article of the treaty n ib them of the
MM, "toll mo of an oporaiion by seven, tight bua1red'dollars. and pleasure ofCon purposes of o ucatioo, daring the Forlbesuppurt o(a blue lumitb It Saginaw fifteenth ofJuI,,eigbteea hundred and thirty
.
I resl. io two
i I stipulated Iud lot thousaad dullars.
huh same
tea one rumial
per scot can be made tad I Fur the utensils and
will cattle.
pei maoent thousand d II and for
annuity 0
stipulated J in afl. tbt. For the
hey what you have to say." If ho bad a I I the fourth article cube of For the emploimini ofPersoasto aid Jo ajsrirul- copport of a blacksmith Iud rule .
mrmavt treaty the seven I aubuity to the principal I i chief for I lure fisM *. tact stipulated in
to China U1 ac of me firll same, seven hundred
or fiencat, and some of,; of September I life aab 01 and
H is fcHaw I Ie.aub eighteen hundred dol.I stipulated in same, one baudred dollars cllbte" bundrodsad May twrnty dollars, ,
aft i
shippers would tlIlain. we shall i I For the spry tw 0 Ibolllaad
of
, support a blacktmiUi and ..ab- dcllaraFor For the
ruR. Ere and twenty per cent this year/1 !I For the permanent annuity J stipulated 2n tEnt, stipulated in two puschaso of iron and steel &.c.
tame,seven hundred the hundred
to and and
uniform reply n as. It tt ill you t a Amy She fourth article ut the treaty of ibo twenty doUartr! purposes or.dueatioD. during the t..o'l do Ilan. _

Itdt..tlIure' 01'my hand and give me ton per ,I ninth of August eighteen Hunai a_. >twanty ',,FMy tbo tiarcbase of iron tads'. ..- sixth pllolture article f' aIr.*.. siipni ,uu |S the i same Fur fi agricultural.. implements,stipulated fo

Oct j lit rule was never in err u se an of- ty oue, one thousand dollars. jW.ad twenty clOUI,.. e. Q,4;",, cube treaty oftue fifth of Au For tba hundred dollar
r"r bleb gave I reasonable. profit, aud al. 'EOuust. ntrE t/A rr I gut *'gQjeen "'buudred and""lItllhr. purposes of Mucll OII. ttipoUted!
... one
fire .
in
t t hau.II'.II. NUIUl.:........ 4.4;. '/ leveuaeco UD re aa II aety in same, treeunret' &D OF HUKUN. I |P ease i in the fourth. article of the treaty or the
ids -1'M. Ii, a # '1.0l'IIE i OTTA\\ATAMlE3 with the rAugust
be as utira sri : thuu'lud dollars ar idle of the treaty them e
S"BlTt r yet one lathe
and the long ran was anouit,. eta -slated hundred and t"'DtllO'eu third article or the trey i
fall io tho market in For the permanent in eighteen 'h
hi'I'rli is 1 the desire or 'secon article or the treaty u the seven For the permanent annuity stipulated one thousand five hundred dollars.TOTNESIOUXOF'MIt third or Jnae, ell tefi.ubanclml twenty .
a piaer by ton flIcr'that ruins so many of Not ember, eighteen hundred and the second untieserenteenb ol the treaty with them of SISSIPPI. Bve' three dollars.For .
once ttlath .
lie!.? younmerchant y ,. Nut coutcnt tour hundred dan.n.. the of November, eighteen hundred For the limited annuity, stipulated in the the support ofa blacklnbh and asla
seern of
the slow .act Pulat d tD four hundred do tan.TAVA1.4MlLt3OF: with them of taal. stipulated in the fourth article ,
,*.-*. OIl towardt compotenrv at For the pcrma"ent aauuit, y and seven .TilE fuurth article of the treat the and dol18 -
t fist lure their fath-r- P ractised. the fourth article of Inc treaties or the tweu TOTIiEPO'1 : fifteenth of July, eigetevn uu.ed aud thirty t the same; seven hundred twenty

:it"r nod the chances eighteen hundred & PRAIRIE.: thousand dollars. ". .
l
siloP
abe G ninth of September two
sit ;
I' anten, to one that they set thrown bsforeAty ty seventeen; and the .." if September For the limited annuity, stipulated i in the For the support of a blacksmith and assistant For the purchase citron and steel&e.two

l' are aware of their danger eighteen hundred and eighteen, four third article of the treat witu them cf the stipulated in tame,seven hundred and hundred anti! twenty dollar
t: >rt. Ga:. dollars. October,eigntcen hundred and Fur axriculiuraira it stipulated l In
P thousand f five hundred .u ...j ......:,. twentieth* .!A___ ?,._........! .|..n.thirty .._.. twenty dollars. thousand six.-- oaoareaTOTHE L..a.a Qu._'L....,_...
blsrkami -- d same one
Ftaut the support of a uw two,gU1D1D1l iuuuuuw wu i Fhundred the purebaseorirooindstul, .ctwo
: Hoary/TttZ.o nd.-Mr. K. E. Abbot, ;itipulattd the tenth article uf the treaty For theta o annuity of throe chiefs for life and twenty dollars OSAQES.

r' jk sa auer read fiefs're the Zoological t4 ocwty etr the twenty ninth of September eish- pulaUd in same one thfusaml dollars. For agricultural inplememenis, stipulated For permanent annuity,win stipulated them of lathe
i.f the famous seven hundred 10THEPOTTAWATAM1ES OFTHEVAUAS11. 1rm article of the treaty
account hundred lac1..yentcea. hundred dollars.
r or Lendoa sa save In teen in same seven hundred
haaey of Ttehiiond.spoken of by Zeaophoa, and dollars. \ TO THE YANCT10N AND 8ANT1E the tenth 01 November, eighteen

t'> in WI Wttory of the retteat of the ten tbon- I For twenty the purchase of iron steel, &c.t for For the limited anuuity stipulated in the BANDS. and eight,one thousand five hundred dollars

and Greek, as baftug produced the eBectofuwporary shop two hundred and twenty dollars. third article! of the treaty with them of the For the limited annuity, stipulated in the in the

ratdness. or rather drunken. TO THE WY.4NDOT8, MUSSES AND twenty sixth of October eighteen hundred fourth article of the tree ty with them of the Fur the limited laDD stipulated second of

ant on all who eat of It, without, however DELAV AREt!. and thirty two, twenty thousand dollarsTO fifteen of.July, eighteen hundred and thirty, third article of the treaty of the fivesevo ,
tiBiteg. any serious coticqueuces. It is For the permanent annuity, stipulated In TiCB POTAWATAMIEtt OF IN. three thousand dollars. June,eiableeD hundred and twenty '
the ft.."ers tlr the Ata- the with them of DIANA. of blacksmith and assU- thousand dollars
wnpwed to be from fourth article of treaty For the support a
this honey tho hundred and five the limited annuity, stipulated in the in hundred and For the support of blacksmith aad assistant
lea Itotfea. that th" bees extract the fountof July ffahteea For with them of the taut stipulated tame seven in the fourth article of the
ibis of the treat ,stipulated
.
in sbuuJaswa dollars.TO fourth article dollars.
ousand
that cnwinx !
, plies : ono t twenty
pan of the countrf. and it. blos.oms emit THE CHRISTIAN__,._INDIANS.the twenty seventh of October eighteen...._...._..A hun-del. For theh purchase of iron and steel, du., same seven. hutted and twenty.duliars.For sad steel, .._. .
!-.. the _I BtW.....' .....,..a;.site oJuur. The el"et'tU1I1' For the permanent annuity p dred and thirty two- -, Bfteeahare. WlU". "- two.bnndred and twenty dollars.For the porcDaae 01 iron
!
wt4ea it bas on those who eat It, Is. is Mr. 30th !May eighteen hundred and twenty ail, the agricultural implements, stipulated in two, hundred tad twenty assistance dollars.stipulated in .

About\ has witnessed, proeiwly that which ruor hundred dollars.T0 For the purpose of education,during tame* roar hundred dollars. For agricultural aad six hundred dot
Zeoortwa d"eribet.h'D taken ka small TUE MIAMIE8 pleasure of Congress, stipulated in tame, TO THE OMAHAS. tame, one thousand

it ea..... ttelemt bead ache and For the permanent annuity,stipulated In two thousand dollan. for tho limited annuity stipulated in the II"" K1CKAPOOS.For .

TomUwV pet 1M uah py isdsridesl wbo. the fourth article of tho treaty with them or '1'0 THE CIlIPrE\VA8. OTTAWAS fourth article of the treaty with them of the TO THE stipulated in the
2 resembles At..eb as poI.I eighteen bun- POTTAWATAMIBB. hundred and thirty the limited annuity
b.M. .wed It, the twenty third October AND fifteenth of July, eighteen them of the
dose will com fife thousand or a blacksmith and assistant dollars. fourth article of the treat,-tltb
sale a tipsy men slugs dred and twenty ail twenty For tho support two thousand five hundred hundred
I ii lately. dVwiTo hia of all tense tai power offfiOTiag dollar ,stipalated in the second article of the For the support of a blacksmith stud assistant twenty fourth October .eighteen dollars.

h i sometime afterwards.Rodt For bo purposes edurtUos. .,!_during thepleasure b treaty with- them. ol. the.I twenty.___..moth_:_._of July non stipulated in same seven hundred and' For and the thirty two,of five a blacksmiths thousand. establhh-
the sit :e support
1 in */ MI* W* dollars.
D r.iIIg ...ll Is said tfeat a piece of article of of tame Congress treaty stipulated," two thousand dot eighteen hundred and twentyadullan.. twenty For the purchase of Iron and steel &c. ment, stipulated in the dollars fifia ankle of the

i Ctld. lifer or any otbor oal. awpeadedE For the purchase of iron and steel, &C. hundred and dollars. same cue thotuaud
twenty
lars.
, ) die tad of a very steamer .w..., when For the of eight laborer,stipulated In two hundred and twenty dolUrt. two For alricuhurallmpl.meatlt stipulated in For the par rPass of education, stipulated.
pay fire hundred
..,,w ever a mine of tae same metal. will the fourth article of the tame treaty four For the permanent annuity, stipulated in tame five hundred dollars !n the teventh article of the same, .
lracteda4lolieBdtbot.... the iUek. of the of the twenty dollars.TOTUE. '
Uso hundred and eighty dollars. the second mtclo treaty TO THE SACS OF MISSOURI. AND PEORf.AH. .
The writer tried stations e SBtriflMtit with Fur in* purchase of two thousandpounds uiotla ,vf ull.! lblot'a hundred and twenty For the limited annuity, stipulated in the KA8KASK1A3.
.tsed... 11- ...... pioce .t .1.11 sixteen thousand dollars. them of the '
pair Orison two hundred aad fifty pounds nine, fourth ankle of the treaty with the
Mverlaoaeeeale ,ad made ike beam pe and one thousand pounds of tobacco,slipula- For tho purehaio of fifty barrels of salt..stipulated fifteenth offal,, eighteen hundred and thirty For the Batted acuity atipakted la ,

fleW "yel wefebte ia Hie oiber t a Mockof ted la tamo, six hundred and treaty dot in tame, ono hundred and twenty five five hundred dollars.PIP fifth ankle of the treaty with them ateadied of tbo j
tlw six joshes sat* ... twotecfaeathfeftwastfeeaiotredaeedBadertbo flnll.,. and assistant. twenty seventh ot0 ctober(eweOAtWn .
lars. ---.--. th. cannon of a blacksmith _L_ .L_ ___"" .11.1..._._.
cede and attic -" -- --1-- -- two wee 1IMJau. ?
For the support of a blacksmith TO THE WINNEBAQOES. sri rolatrd in sate. sovea hundred and ; latha
I {
tad ef tile betadrfffti For agricultural mpleBaesiMtHntJated
and that of the
ffeat taa OrilKag; in the fifth article treaty In
annuities siipolnted dollars.
stipulated timlnited ,
tarts, For tbo twenty doHar
stood filth ankle of e4e sane fifty
kteh aad hundred
a iatrter of an tixih October eighteen them of of iron and steel, &e.,
then of the the second ankle o! the treatwita For the pnrchaia TOTHE KASKA8KIA8 PBOKIASVITA8 ,
wrtil lU block removed and dot
there was and eighteen seven bandied end twenty the first of August eighteen hundred and two hundred and twenty dollars. PIANKESHAW ,
lannliately "'..... to a level I this watftpiaUd dellart. u1turallmpJe..tJ.tJp l.ted in \ AND
& .. .... cfect. twenty nine, eighteen thousand Fore For tha pponofa Watbaktl aad aa
tafffal w bib the lap.For of a miller in lien of.numkb. a dollars
..pdht "'Ne. the support hundred dots For the parebase of three tbonsand poundsof I' tame two traadred si,tant. stipelatod ia the fifth arttete of usetreaty
----"..tiPeI.te41a tame. tubaco.- stimulated. in tame, three hundred TO THE 8AC8. with then of tile twaatf uimfe of Qcob .
I r i : I dollars. For the limited aaanU/ stipulated the and two.so ven -
bttadrod ukty
"
.
KJliCtUATlON.Meetsity. For the psrc6ew ot one I hundred lad ..ig : For the support of two blacksmiths and assUtant fourth article of treaty .ulth them of the fifteenth hundred r, eighteen sad twenty d..... .

J ".'.'.a u1S 1 boy tIt.1Iit which 'basbolt of o14 id,dated la same, three stipulated in the third article two of July. ekbteen' ana0red.nd thirty For tfeo porebasa of iraa a"d atatl &c. .

......1.W..NaM1N of FAR li.4re aDd &081'dollan.. I thousand one hundred and sixty dollars. three thousand doHan,., I Iwu6Wdred aadtwaalydalia* icf: .
i MUNi ".eK ...... Niw k pr... TO TUB EEL. aIVERS. For Iron sad sled, fitc, eix baadrtd end TO THE FOXES. I TO TUP PIANK 8MWS. .
:: 1 ukr.ldputatod fa. tha limited aonoity. tlipolatcd io the ..- -
Fer. the .IIB.aeat. sixty dollars. f or Roe tlae .rw.th.Nde .., -1ft
-"c_ M1 ni w hi. head. hit __eto tha- -fourth-- rlido of the treaty with thimoiifea For the pay of laWen, end tar oxen sri fourth ietk/eoPda.4u with them of't.tttD .....'.....II- ...Ired, aad
WI fwb ...... ....Ia .,.. _We brow.1 third of A6gttttfe9veatita hundred. Pad puUtod in sawn, three hoodrtd and sixty. fire IMH .Itbtfowad .--I.u-r of A.pir.I........ "

......a eked isWNeEE. c...... WI fij '; eteety lye, fire' .hasdred d....... a.1an. ooHart.TO AYS- Btoery fiva ..adre4Fortfe ct..'" Ni1tA io
"'7" I ..it siJpakted intha .elated la the THE tOW S .tast.itfl
t Fit iha eemaafst For lie liaaieda annuity and atti pee.iww. .wlt1. 1Cw '
b1. ksaim ....
=c'-C- of a .tIM ,
.. of tba twenty For the support third y14b
+IrI1tItoIwtfI&tJ: third ..." .r the aaaasW is tto iAk.itkle*the <* .. the
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t I toiler 'ttaMlfl.' That gee Presl4esttaaetofeeeeesity.oftbeCottmei dettOres C. II

,tbe purcbfts* of irpa aDd..tecl. &c, 8ee-.I.- A.cla. II ,.
dollars 1st
taco bwdred ti4 fire, three bunked dollars For the so tai of a dollars.mtUfrrightttipalated efgPnr hundred aid eighty d tin. the sum of.li'MitcheM.wlfe" hundred and or den Edward IlkelleH. HOLLAND. ,..jl''
hundred Mrs. ,
six and" to
in same in pot.ht.pptr& ofa wegva maker a paid re4i_te TboGeraaaa papers briaf 80 lalar..ti... III.,
chief stipulated ChOCiaw. .
the laluactlqtlae
stipulated (n For.the anevity to |. one thorn ,.!. of ifer .
For agrieeUaral implemests, thousand nhsel.right: itIP1akted lame, iocoa&raiky with the re. TIle Dutch papers say cntfewj dietar.a
article of one ,
same and weave !
the third ankle of tbe treaty of the treaty of the fifteenth and tap tiali lted d.... spit made their efekftaof bead... is liatCdaJam a tpok. place at Awe a few
dollars.
the waste eietii ef October, elghtrea hundred one hundred the speakers, eeereta- For the, *t,.....' of transpoitatioa aid ouest President by of ttoUahed gtates aids treaty tbougb a petisfon rat th eba '
the Moaitt the .
,
dollars. For agncaltaralf GR. .
hundred salt to tile Hates eeb
thirty two, ere five dlslrib sheen presantid .
and
TO THEVKA vies, and captakf, .tipal.t cl-III same, dol .llo.&tiu.'", &e. and otter of Doak'e S.... BELL a sHefi ee &a eof of.the> =-B to which .
and It"OBtl.'o! NO.
fo tbcuiandcao hundred thousand ,
For the permanent annuity stipulated sine the prtaeea. are biN to II sad makee

I the ortheattielaoftbo treaty with them of lars. ? stipulated in sash fir a buodrejl dollars, 8P.aker.f the Ho.-orE' tatine.M. us rather mourn over tile lost liberty of the .
hundred For annuity to warriors removal of five thousand Beam-- Dttteteea.BELO1CH. '
the second of October, eighteen For the and Pre. once brave end energetic '
thoosaud dull..rs.TO five hundred 'dollars.Til their hark nest of tholll.a1etkippl.i Tics PdhStst .
and eighteen, three THE olds to aidtat of die &.nat
; THE DELAWARE lathe CIIICICASAWS.vided. under the seventh aNrie of the treaty-with ANDREW JACKSON, The Brussels papers are rat..l.cIJpacaplal' i

*.. ...V irvuaaaea annuity* stipulated For the permanent of the ninth of Mt,eighteen hundred of the Dmt 0111.La4t.
e twenty fifth of .February them 3 1836 entleman
of of the March
them ,
with for by the oct Approved ,
of the I three .
artiele treaty thousand
fourth hundred and seventeen hundred and ninety nlqo.threo and thirty two thirty thre ... ...._ I bavin; been escorted oat.of that,city ell.ls.. J
of saventecn I IalaetI three dcUan and thirty .
tbe third Augut thousand dollars. hundred and thirty IJOaEIIilN. I to another persca,'like a.aHty save. They

re, onethoasanddoibis5 stipulated three cents. I described victims! of the police. The
education are
the of
in the
Far tt. parelwse oft stipulated For purposes subsistence of the same; for twelvemonths : come to a n.' .
For the have
with them .1 Representatives
the Belgian
June article of treaty FROMEUROPK.Tbe
.
seventh in the second .
til the
article of tfee treaty thfir arrival of tbe Musts.dppi.sti ..
west
aaa
third '
after eftfiGtaabipresent
cl.
ba that die
received I'Isolation name
of eighteen New York by
hundred fourth May 'I'
bond tyd end three, one of the twenty eighttboUS papers
forty
niatrul in the ianitenr. ..110-
eighteen__ red and thirty four, three thousand dol- ._ L.I __.I same.t.._ ..1. dotltn. terdaf mail,announce the arrival of cave shall be daily published W
dot I .. 10 .O d, SIX Duoureu BHU a IAIJ nand rat tassels bringing late European cdrieel. y ;
stipulated
4 For the permanent annuity or, d. thirtieth tars.For the purposes of education for the year sixty seven cents. The ship Josephine, from Pelfast sailed SWITZERLAND.
the each
of treaty frock to
wtiti&
the third hundred -nd eight eighteen hundred and thirty four as authorized For a blanket and homespun in the tbird 31st March t ski p XrJberig&f, from Abe,. The 8" Journals state that the oaswl-
of Se r comber. eighteen artiele of individual cube same, stipulated oceajioBed the of aM Ip.-
b the second supplementary dees, 31st March;ship SUN dt Grease,from cess by report
dollars. ,
eea four thousand cot annuity. stipulated 'in the treaty with the Cbicktiaws of the twenty article of the same treaty,'.' ', seven thousand Havre, April lost, and ship Columbus, from | pro aeb of foreign troops had entirely ceased.,
Fort the I hundred dollars. .
perniae hundred and thirty five contradictions bad arrived from aU qaarttrras
or from that
et the treat of the third fourth of May eighteen abandoned Uverneol. with papers place to
arMrk of value of cattle
foul thousand dollars. For thetiifereoee Isiioelusive.In to the said movements having takes place.' I
October, elcltteea hundred and eigbteea four three. h them the east, and of those to tbe 2d<<1. and London to the
TO THE CREEKS.For | on the Sifeii de Grout came passenger GERMANY.

thousand .telan. of blacDmitb Iud aiisuotTUp"ttTated .. the permanent annuity, stipulated In be delivered to them west of the Mississippi Air. StARLE. bearer of despatches from Parts ;, Tb. German Courier of the 14tb, under
For die copse.t a article ol the same treaty .. '.
of in the fifth last. that
the eiith article or tbo the fourth senate of tbe treaty with them stipulated lo Wasbtugtan. date. Munich lUth statsb s feraU.dahle

to moat doU.1... the seventh August, seventeen hundred and two thousand five hundred dollars. The Commission appointed to axamine insarreetioo bad broken oat ia Greets,
esveu hundred and V tbe removal t.five huudred Qnapawe ar...... ia revolt. The
.a..I. aseonroiiaod steel, &.c., ninety one thousand five hundred dole For the American Indemnity question made Tie whole of wae
lands
F.. Arkansas Territory to their bad in .
Mbepre from the their to the French Chambers oa the troops teat against the lasargeate mi.ny
lars.
two hundred fwd twenty dollars. ia west of the MUmjippi,-tipultttnJ in the third report been obliged to capitulate with
instance
the
stipulated ill For the permanent annuity, stipulated 28th March which was favorable to a.dopdoa -
For tbe Pi raateot annuity of the fourteenth thesecoad article of tbe treaty. f the sixteenth article of thi treaty with them of tbe 'thir of a Bill!, and a very animated and them. Tblvbjtltct of the rebels wastocom

the supplementary treaty hundred .Dd meaty of June, eighteen hundred and two; three teen tb of May: eighteen hundred and dollars.thirty sharp debate coined, which resulted iu the pel the King t.. assume die reins of Goter&

of; t eptem.tertil"oe..i.M..BttBt ___ .. ( thousand. dollars. three__ three thousand five_- hundred r _._..t.... I. discussion being postponed. lo the 7th A.I ment. end appoint a liberal MoJster.ST. .
--
-- -- the mae
mar,one rrw-**-- --- ---- For the SSoatttence Ol iur moi.w _
THE CREEKS EAST.For prii---- c :I'lL' :
to three chiefs, stipalttod TO of Ibo Mississippi
For the unouity after their arrival west
treaty of the tw nty the limited annuity, stipulated in the months fourteen thousandsix The New York Commercial Advertiser dllfiJlJ87'1NBl4
in tbe supplementary in
with them of the I stipulated same outs and unobstructed
hundred and thirty eighth article of the treaty ''It'll t The prospect speedy
liltborOetHH.tiliteoa hundred and hundred dollars. is shade darker than JretllltS"8...1T." 1.t 181.
dollars. fourth of March eighteen i passage a
two three hundred twenty Fur the tuhtuttnci of one thousand six I L-- __
TUB tJHAV ANEEtf. thirty two twelve thousand dollars. f per last .diels--but this conclusion appears 01 aha Ceatt
TO hundred Ctioetaws west nf the Mississippi AI the present term County tl
in or blacksmith and anis1 he drawn from a letter:f Correspondent
For the peraauwt. annuity stipulated. i Tessa ths! support from eighteen hundred and thirty fourbApruJN to St Johu County John C. defend: Pli%
third ofAugostseveeteea I I I 1 the thirteenth ankle of the April! of that paper passing some severe
l in .
of the
fiv .
the rtbartkle 01! the treaty fire tint stipulated dollars. ;.&Wbwtad' anrl thirty! strictures upon the course pursued by Wcadman slid Via Howard,EUqrs.w.np,sated
hundred and ninety same, seven buodaad twenty or the sixteeutb artirtrof Jua or the .
the tH toantr Comeitfica
underthe prcvuieus and .is P9t warranted by 17
chiefs stipulated !
dollar For the annuity to three Mr.Lwitosioj ,
thousand of the
one For the panbase of stipulated in the in Ibo eleventh article of the same four hundred tbe treaty of D nrinf ftubii Creek bund anything we cats discover lathe proceeding ?ft4f roads andbrid s for.the euruiogyesr.Gtaaar ,
eighteen
sevestb tieptetuher .
of twenty have progressed. On the con- ---
seventh far
thlrd.articlo the treaty of the dollars. thousand as is they
June eighteen hundred and three, sixty dol- TO TilE GREEKS WEST. red and thirty, forty three eight. tra ').there is every reason to believe that the tai uvaa hu been appointed Cease,

Ian. For the limited annuity, stipulated ia the hundred dollar looms and wherls&c Bill will be passed. The French Journals COD'tabl. fur .-ncij.. ;

For the permanent ", stipulated in fourth article of the treaty with them of the For purchase in=the twentieth article of the peak or it as a measure certain to be adopt -. r .. ; r

the fourth arttelv of the treaty of the twenty twenty fourth of January, eighteen hundred &e stipulated *d. T.cAt Editor of t&tDtfitm Ttbp;.
addition to
appropriationheretofore
ninth of tiepteoiber! eighteen hundred and and twenty sit..tweut, thousand dollars. ;. same treity. iu eleven thousand, eight liun- The London Tint of April l"t. mentions \ Is your correspondent a laver ef truth and;"

tevealeeu, tnu ibuusuml d.li.r.. and assist For tb. supportf a blacksmith and ass,\ I ..1..1...... .fnll..L...... made... the receipt of.Paris... papers i to tbe JJOtb__.%ar March__.:_.- i lice! Wo hope so. If he i*inch be sure!,vl a
For tbe support ef a blacksmith tantstiPulated fin the eighth mrt\f\J of the .ad adds: ",YO nercethat re with ,.Ig..n.vy I I
stipulated in the fourth article of the same, seven hundred! and twenty dollars. For the removal of one thousand Cherokeesto it is the prevalent opinion in Paris that I i I not, on re flection, appiote of U freedom vaick
& I.D" of Mississippi I i, under the taken with Ube will
uf the seventh of October eighteen the west the tbo Chamber of Deputies" will adopt the conclusions be bo us. point out a sin

fcreaty ooured and itwenty fiveteven buodred'and For tbe purchase of iron and steel ,&c. provisions of the eighth article hundred of the treaty I and of the reportaod vote in srorof the gl.word of ours,"recbmtnebdiai" I" limittefee.
e
i enty dollars two hundred and twenty dollars cube sixth.f May, eighteen grnntuffitlJO,000f.( whereby.this long pending then we will reuse him. The artk
,"D.ldollarl.
Ft'l tbe purchase of ifou and .steel &c., For the support, era N beelwrigbt stipule. twenty the right subsistence, uvriit) tuo of same for twelvemonths and barrasiing question may be set at rest published by ns on tbe subject of FMl l jm, its

two... hundred slid twenty dollars I ted in same six hundred dollars.. I For I"'lhear arrival neat.of the Mis* and,the preservation of peaetfbe maintained" waa communicated to cs for puhfietiion fir Jgehllemsn

For the' support of a blacksmith and as For agricultural implements stipulated in : in the same treaty, twenty between France and the United States.: of this vicinity aster hu owa erepernatiM.anilwebeliereitwafrepoblished I

sistant,stipulated iu Ibo found article of the the eighth article of tbe same. two thousand : stsaippistipulated five thousand five huudred dollars. By the Paris papers we are informed that in \lie
ot ei bteeu hun M. is ill but uothiug is said about IIti
.
of toe eighth August ? dollars. for mans very ;
treaty *
For the expense of certifying contracts Darien Tttesrvph,and in every ,peetftbie t w-
dred suit thirty oncscven hundred and twenty For the eta blacksmith and assist- of his resigning his office. tit
support Creek reservations, under the provisions them Then dollars. stipulated in the flub article or the treaty of March Tiie (following from the Paris correspondent Dew'paper. are ...

For tbv.purchaie 01 iron aDd steel, flu., sot of the fourteenth of February eighteen the treaty hundred uf the tweuty fourth two,.one thousand of the Commercial Advtrttxr."Tvetday ponible f.r ttig "c sr,it M At,","as wtA .

two. hundred aud twenty dollars.TO hundred and thirty three, seven, hundred eighteen ai-dtmrty d Morning A/orcAUl.-Mr Uvingston the merit of the discofeiy of ihe FfeCofiee

THE aHAVVAiNEEtf!! AND DELAAttb3. dollars. '!'o ciftht: hundred II''ilba annuity of the piepariog I to leave Paris lie Das ,rests sliojeiberniiboor correspond

\\ : For the purchase: of iron and steel, &c. replace a hundred no receut advices from our government: the uuiidedby any recommendation of ouis. sad f'a
for eighteen
of education, stipulated dollars. Cliickasawe ti.o year ...rtbt',: first iust. which he rta
Fur tbe purpose two hundred and twenty aud slolm from the agent iu Pocket by expects Ute merit ef being caught m a trap belongs tclusivelr >
mo
the second article of the treaty wjtu them of a tutelright or wagon thirty them out having arrived at llarrc.. Tbe
in For the support conformity with the pro*bums of Hi* fourtharticle to ih w ibis hste ,."rhufd the sit -
sixth of October eighteen In same six huudred dot.Ian. accounts via taf.land, however show tie
of the twenty maker, stipulated of the witn ttieui uf tho twenty that I)
\ fire hundred dole treaty! cf .! Ir. L. we hope you will give to merit iu own tat
hundred nod thirty two, fourth of May eighteen buudred nod thirty stets things at Washington an c
'11'1. For the purposes of education during! thee four one tbousaud dollars. has determined to proceed to Holland to aw I at Ie at i i tlii iU4111aCC

ll J. l L t 'I r iui, frTliiU.ula.Jf"? In Pfeiident. stipulated in came with the Laddo aud a ail their iisne.nud for further iustruciious. -"

eta one t ou.ad dvl j .-..., MM>. tb ieeBd of < etubcr-- 'with J-WholdltuLlreHties the 1 ot."aaDDlice .. .o.-L .lie.. still seems eo fi<.o.it that the Ch-inher ol. Feared, a peps comes to band but t.!hni IiC

Ian. seventeen hundred and ninety eight, six October ort \Vahllb.dilte r 7nq,. ,:' au the bill of iu'oanail.ar'erbt.ra taint .oin*aeconnt ofa balloon ase*ni o. 'I

For the support of a blacksmith and assis. thousand dollars. thirty t"eoI1.illb. eighteen huadred Iud bed hues lafI ,, "erk. 'l'here have become

taut stipulated in the fourth article of the Fo the limited i annuity .ti in aDd lifi ttto'eve a Ibou'IUU three hnud rod three uoimporlaur is a rninortty oa two. ii. -- .q-nte common every day ocean> 11I'll
the -
treaty or the twentieth otJul second rl.tcd: y seven du stars and it t., q uksttun.. bleb .ioa r-huwt er wuidcu world
y,eiblO'o hUD article of the treaty l Fur ceub. hero r rise the seems Cu I at Cinctures,' .t.
died and thirty oue.ICYeo hundred fourth hf Oct twenty earring into eauet for treaties the hip.,of tli a o ppusgoa the rand eu tltes. feast
but
and
ty dollars.For : hyco.t. one thousand dollars.breighteeu hundred end four cfntly' ratified with the l'ola"'Iltanies oil roe Irish re.ul lac of the snug Irish ur"flUlth Oil; &h..: AUe.n, 'ruountAias tlutcifi an
dlanai o- Cbute'l' UI.MKC* or oca
and ,
the purchase of irnn.a For the for ur g o dating,; the 'J Q ties OD Etas Dot et 4JOoUsiiiatonl9JBonfS,
red ernes tutee permanent thousand came fire h. debate y tDO"a. Tbia hby&ri Li!
annuity stipulated in four hundred 00 lids 0111'Mrltl I
TO hundred and I"cntl doll.n.. third article of the treaty of the twenty fifth tars aud lilt, DIDO Jule the!3)&h.sell' e Loudon subject .cowmen cede nci adveniwd voyage ever made. I!.Jus sia SO
lifE &!JENEc.Ad of October wh' 7 &u I. lo leave
0. e thlt
'E\VJL eighteen buudred ,, Cincinnati
and five ateverinay b. tar
three 160 the
I result, Ottam, wfala Itza
'J.O\VN.- the wind'
tbouiand dollar*. { itessg15st "ltb wall not re.ien. A-Jiai.1rl |>ertritiog! whoa :
For the permaneul as suit TOTHE SJ.,. He witttake the ml&fy j'
y stipulated ju QUAPAWS. ai'b Urn
the fourth article of the treaties with them of I For the purposes of education during the hundred Vh"lle"r.0'M arch27lh says. the papers of the dos r suds 1m'In bajr eooba

the twenty sloth of tat pteuioer, eighteen pleasure of tb.President stipulated in Ibo sSvauhT on what authority ThTf1 rte """"* set number< "

of hundred and '.'.aleea. and the serenteentb third article of the treaty with them of the I ?i .lot and 6'try ffiir- Pe&iUleorion imm&4 sjs.A Robert Jlra. Fjrrnr K..IL& Dunl' ca
.
September eighteen buudred and eight thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred aDd ton deraPiu g tho Doe (rum tf pqblitbd f t ha. .er Joaraabarn re
ceo. im thousand dollars thirty three one tncutaud said clpeol" aci from a I"; Dot say portent. The been er4ccsed;
dollars. treaty two thousand five buodJcd U'buo N a wYork Tiatp 'Jtn
For
the safport of a blacksmith Iud asUlaat For the limited'aonuitv, thirty six dollars aOd ever tW,. in 'tfc23d.reprw.nl py.Thosjootso
I .. stipalated' the .ud fifty throe estate 0' Clever I' IJr. ; iflorio'll
eeot. 9atetuess. Tlol
stipulated fourth
.n the fourth article of artiel of the IIU Pe'a.
the treaty of tbe For the dioogb cbry
treaty ef the thirteenth exjeoi of ao exploring wwrtj OF JLiUIIDS. ;ic.1""lets ; C'ItI..IfJ'let
of art vI for
twenty eighth of May eighteen hundred p y Tuesday the .
eighteen hundred February, and thirty three, fifty Pouawaunussfroi the Chicalu.IIU_ March 24_The Earl 100M' IDOII pUt IiAtUat. ut
and thirty one, two thousand dollars. I does of Aber mes coarse. r- .
buu .
aeveu e .0 he ti Vest preseutAd a end
tired of he 14llssUSSt petition nil
and i from g err,
'ova's
twenty dollar For the PP .urns thou ,a Lower Cauado eloquent
via coed and true
support blacksmith sand four by
For and assis hundred and upwards of and u thin
k the purchase of iron taut fifty three doU.... 11,000 Dot I.bole 11:. w.
and steel, &c., stipulated In the fifth article of To d rfb" we pressing disapprobation personaex* vrediuble eho.n !
two hundred and doll seven hundred same. expenses whirh' have been of the House of As- ant the naiad old
twenty an. and incurred i lemIv. and .
dollars.
trio thi
For the. support eta miller stipulated;. in For the purchase- -twenty or r, .Iron..... sort ate e,!, .-., :Lion .Titb P t[maIF be_ !In curved ia IUl atltlt'il- led .0 a revival o t re se, atiou tit the P sits 1.-upr
fX-C" .UII a
wuaroKees, JISCUSStoa
Efate
[
sit bttedred dollars two hundred crib. cession th wriierA I
and or
o "oudur concerning
dollars. their
twenty claims iu 01 the Ii,
TO THE CIIOUTAWS. I' For the Georgia. Alahama. North CtaadA Ito OIemm'lIt II Dlabe SSrF r
ofa to
suj-port. farmer Carolina Whl'D
For the aeauity during the I'same six hundred dollars. stipulated in. and l enucssee,the turn fourteen Lord the Earl or Ri,... d.r.Ddad "a4Le.u uo wi!
pleasure of I
United States the lhous.tud one hundred and Hlaole"+ a gains, the *"*',c poutoq fit ha
For fifty imputatiob.ollbo thaue '.
e cle alibi stipulated ia tbe second arti the pay of an interpreter stipulated seventy five rent.. eight dollars PR'hloo. ) '" I let
treaty wito them of the in the sixth article' of three To 1..01100:1. Five
seven same March
huudred defray the tone
teen of DHeaber.eJ fi btel1l hundred and dollars. expanses uf holding' a trea. stows here to 26.-80eao warm druua I "S5 eclat
OUt ty with the Caddo ken lace t'ao2 PLittd.l.JI
ia Must
two thousand I Indians in Louisiana .p the Haase 0'
dollars. TO TilE sad Com.
FLORIDA INDIANS. Arkansas, the. u as. oa the .u' ect or ( the U, Stitfl let
For the j For sum ola.e thousand tho tasulntioas rom Pituborj &*
dollars. rt'livo
the .
permanent annuity stipulated in I limited To .0 Irish -
the annuity, stipulated' iu the repay William Marshall tithe. AIr Ba'roa frt
second
f article of the treaty of the I third article' of the he this sum which Ministry charged the .
six-1 J treaty with them of the advanced "itb th
by order
1 of plalilri.idl
teeotb of November eighteenth; } the Commission. the measures .
eigbte*n hundred of September their vr
and eighteen ers, predlce..un.
holding
hundred toss
five treat with He fifKSSSS
t&ree the could
tfeawted dollars and ) Potawatamie Jot divine fe*
three what
I For I twenty (our thousand six hundred Indiana; October motives influenced wlea)

.M -.1 the.__-,Bucked_e_ _'auuui- ,y, stipulated in the-- : and ten dollars. two-, one .than.,,'l *eighteen"oar b hundred thirty lore of off 0. them exrept base r.i a.l B.lnj ie.flr. ,ni.... ....... ,, atelse i'.- *
uadred
.Wi.uiu For -- ana -- Pa nags .
.n.Me r7 tort ; M
freatyof the tbe.uppor' of J t3irUea tfi4
a four <<
twenty blacksmith's estab dollars and 4 n.rdiolo 1sndth. hare
fourth 18
of October, eighteen hundred and 'lishment, stipulated IB the twenty five cents.ForrefgntUngto cha tbatllr BarroD'1 remaining 41 wiisoal .
sixth
six ,
teen article of particular. :
six sectarian
c.ptaioViJli.m infiue
tfeetteaad dollars the tame, 000 thousand dollars. R.JOB. vulgar iOIOI.uc. a0i..
kefo
ett, tho
-
Fur the per msnen I _For the expenses Incurred in the the and Ihal1. &reated it witb Patton
aoaoity, ol necessary If
itipul ud education utmost
the ; in purposes stipulated dercoe tat.0 Hitt contempt. &c &OUISL..We have <
aWrttMf. artiele of the treaty of the {in same, tme t thousand dollars. can Fur ,bruagbt h 1 the A moat. HZLVAS March or three nuuiber of'a "received"* BV
oiAlitfoutli j 30.ne
of V..r. aighteca, TO THE ComplDl. aDd, .Jo..pb llearille 'odep.ad.oce very able aad tntre wf
huodrtd PAW a. \V.Uldai.! work
and NEES ,under eddo
.
'Iialt him and ?
bji
sis In the D told'vie de.
twenty hundred dollars, For the limited to t nit Court ottbo Vol- flied b bas bees retol- Published weealjr ia $**
For anafltto 1 I third annuity stipulated in the led SrICIJ. "t Mi sent' 1 England Frillc. and Yuck 67 Liberty. .. .
to a chief stipulated in the article cube with soda, in Alieh'.aa' it aa aUuia. This at tine, dollar
treaty them of the Te rritgry ImJlOrr.oteYfDt parr in ,. per ft ay
f'o.U1..1-I1itIe of same, one hundred ninth of October eighteen GD aetintss or tree piss, nor baring It for Eallanrl.iaa'.8eb ad ...
fifty dollars and j I hundred aod hire sei oed artliD a raises o a ba>> crier be..... trt
ty three, four thouiaud six hundred white spirits below gi o<< 10 rheas, D ntsta, a g &. t be !r..h"s' ...* M MB t MM MO WM MTiesaaa th

For the permanent annuity, stipnlated Ian.I dol. ia Command or Furl. 8neUrn.--....... .a"d... ....... later, .0Ctoaeb..ol. 01. the ...,.... &-:_- -. TtHtLjmr sHeerd mnaia_*_*tit rhea...
ia 1 uolunderorder. -*tit nn -
6 the sccood article of tbe For agricultural ire I and for from the War Department A gentleman writing of IUfaa passed sbroo"apart ef.heroes
"atlortb.
twen the fourth the safety of said tons from Ipswich
tieth of l o*t. to London on tlie 29th
fib.
prevent on
aeoOry, Friday from all
eighteen eveoinr
hundred I thousand dol. tho said sooth
and spirits from says, the saris
lars.
twrafy fire, six thousand dollars. being used 1 by>> the Indi pression is, the general im aertheaol about tea rwfa wide
ess
the
For tile Kmiied For the purposes of bum of six hundred and forty two Ministry is approaching part of a large which ereaati :J
annuity, education to the end of its rapIdly hern,
stipulated la the stipulated! dollars and carter breaking:off
in
third the thirty seven en ael .
fifth iuiprewion
Pot article ef eaaae, six thousand dollars dollar article of same, ono thousand See. 3. and 6t u to,liar teat you will consider well founded when Carr la i away,a,...a loot la diameter.npiootisf ..
j enacted That
it
the
you
see
In namo of wmm i tic
aaanky to s chief the Yalulllion Emerseo Tennent mm
; stipulated ia the For the made or 10 be iu the *mmf j
teB& ankle area support.of two blacksmiths estab- baiLU undo or the nnjoriry. Demand ftn' m
suet hubdred im Cocoon,
one ,
and fifty luhroents. p. P rovewe ate,end .
dol.... stipaia red in tho ,sixth trod of belong other property FRANCE. pea ranees the demand Judging: from .
| same two thousand E to the American Board of for coeeotts 11h
Far the dollars. Commll.ioaeN Tho silk the a 4 reeJss
limited cbsractre
..,. esonity, et1 A stated i ia. the For the of four for Foreign Msssloas I 7iu with. higher of the new MinJitry stsaifs comb* seaioa, will exceed.. .
support g ia IB
Math aniele of the farmers.stipulated ia Ibe than ply a thousand .
1 limlh i
treaty of the twsoty b the seventh article of of the purebue made 01 the any previous one since that of fold. The silk
serefttb Catimir
of September,Rig bteoe hundred four hundred doll. same, two thousand boctat# trib.fJrlu'ill11t II Perier. This, owlog' to the tones ia Dedbin, Maaaieltl faaae of
aid # ... dlelre.Jortb, known sod ibis .
t > probity are eiJ
thoaa. .. D.nela and
rttwMly depeadbf
and doll.... TO TilE Rabbit Creek shall independents of tea prinejpeMf'
be found Duke the
TAtt-BMSiftsa 01 CHEROKEES WEST. the Ibat cogs..e for the de for the pfoa new ersf
I ; old
edueatloa l said raw
Ht ra p 1 trod For be purpose*of valuation II lea &hIO the orJ sass and .jobbers, TWers, Homaa tm ....isateriaC_ __ The/._yes
the ct&
"aiI"fire ""''..t..h4U. ia education stipulated mat. of tb t __ .. felL, m. *_' th.-*- L -- -slut. _and ... -* >
: the fifth --- came ht that --' W P .
doltsrs article
of cue too 'Iaee. lHItItr..ac1
'' iItec.
.
the estimated It ..,
ie Vials of
with h .
toe treaty them Value asserted E
of la
ror m. eixtttvf shall be o tie of .
the .
apportioned .
..erlbree May to the FrtaeJa h
United ..
tal.leketmit' that the Duke paper clila Je .
8t.-
Met and + d. eO l..m.1 k
me&Ete' ,.NAedeted. ill 10 ,.... TOSMS and ti.eaJd American Board pro sure In the 8rectio ettted a r..cIa,. Tlo.. ..... .. Me
..oae btwdred tin rt or tsar rlt.,1C t' lpg.to e ....adaaeld C-beror PW.. nie.mp this ....CJ .. T
end sit
.
sit blacks
10 "clOKe. a..ItIIDh math hct ?. by them or bnngta forward n..d a belt .. .. .., b
5th peribise eIlretIaad et sated im the fourth ltiiJit JY.rds tIaa ar.mdd ha1Wiep ... t mottos t or a.oHtloa sought ki 6y yu ....'. ._ 't_ .
.. artclo It' f
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fa
: fro the .1 sin ry the
heed iatproremoa 'Frencb slavery IiberJ
treaty ti".
i
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r aad foartooa ud the Coletaite j ., w.
six, d.lbiro" I.I gb abasdred end tit o. Feb vasty. bound dae to die said board amotlDI rhos hleW dW not if.. GOYetlUD.ot ..,,,W II t.... .. .. 9i 9H
.hall
shiny be tit
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YJ I sand eight three.two t.... tile Tl1Weet thereof paid to uuJon It It ,beret take .p tbo iJa .E'
hUDd..llllcI l oat .1 la .. .... "late .. ...,
tfjIJJ1 dolfari. the! y money fa Cahlne" ,. re; .r .
T'.11a1'J which .. .. 40. ..
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to. ..
I L sot otbenilee .ue f.. ...foIItI" "__ 11 aaiR' I

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AfMttciTtf.-Tbe loqaky is Iy I I I of the romantic, the silent tbe unbroken wile 1 when he Is well heated with exreisa and Indij I .2" B. 'r0Claim: "I" for 1. r .M
r n* Far the could reach from t'inn. ask him if be would not rather D. QILDWI'ri .
To
f.YIW 1 tb. nature of tbe d ruett. te rye fJT ha vine disposed re < 'l'B.
afade mpertfnir to thllro"tb of the mule j, this bomb! dwelling, nothing could lie seoabut Bhmit to the tre..m.-S1tJldd'(Eg.) ,;. ttt Jl> ef all tbeif Interest in thai; eatab.iahmentaad fBIIU RF. are a numWi of Claims. thai bavrt? .

l bitt adapted rttmate most favorable tu the j the wilderness of unsubdued oatore. tri*, vesft|at St Augustine I j Mr.11xN the _
.
aad the said Qrm is
by mutual consentdiuolredt .
ladmiry and product of the I Itrerai. Water fowl of various kinds were s onto' literio f | Conrt; and am tbe tim fur Glint lb ni watt '
tfce bole indebted
& aad war to the first topic of upon tbe wide sheet of water that littered An Ancient Gunk Prince wbo wished to who [ Aa am I like 'mirror embosomed in the forest. Lofty to an ally a he dared discharge any onutandittg debts or are advised to
last need be said oa tIM stttgtet'tlsawsti a convet message nqt re8p'cs biitlee nf that concern.It. I emhiarean immediate "pl'n:Mini*
s b iiry is aU ettaMisbed fact that ia all eli mountains encircled the horizon, their trust ta paper. U said to have wrijtfO the .D. BALD WIN,& CO. i ty. The enb ctib, will attend tn the preparing

it be cultivated, the sMes covered with a thick growth of trees, communication with an indelible ttaiajetmp fi'. Anjo.iina. May 14. 1833 I sod filing t r metro. at any limp Mert nn. in the

is where the foodaeon'to live up mi itwiU and their rocky battlement towering to the the shared bead of a trusty tlave, W. ,I .lpiraU.M of!.. limited by''bawl and any feraon
h
i. liaial created orVllb re' ct to the soil) ski.,. One would think that in an abode.o when bis hair was sufficiently grown to.. NOTICI II' Who may forward
i ia its fen d tbe production{ of the food lonely apparently to secluded (rom inter the letters was forthwith despatched oa his I'TilE Bubacriticr iufurms the iiib Utacta nf at Auju.lij.e 1C. partkoiars, of th.|i clues fo him

* L\ adapted tn dews at a ale,,1 rule, that eourti with ,into there mutt be found the embassy. Boston Post, ,., .f Augustine and nf the country teueral.If April l Wi. 1834.f I: B. IjOUI.D. "
f fljiv be laid of o4iaa corn ignorance of an almost lemi-barbarout atate. ,that having rtonied bsesine.s rot lilt i.l
I toils adapted to the culture of mulberry. In But there we found tbe bible and the (silly A Jftat Compliment. Oho of the nsatett (Fkischman'a Wharf) he intawU to dispose off filllKJni'f" af.bft ripen,, ,.,.nrt. Tot the
sdsjHed te the culture and heard the voice of nod is .H l erne stock armeeties. and dry eood atauebpricea JL Katteru DUtrkt of ..
i Piedmont and Italy IoS altar morning compliments record that paid by Lord Florida; wil! r .aisle
.
.lllIIf.will attraction, and be
France. as give
It south ef There found tbe tin ctuii*!*! iion of arrived gre$- evening prayer. ne regular Camden tn Fox. that "hi price was Immortality th ...
culture of til' b ;.a begs his friends and the public to call Mud judge avid Mo. a
lilt dry in
Inn
[hire Indian corn grows luau i Ian!. filet nf the newspaper and ia conversation and he knew that posterity would' pay I rot thcmfvlves. CUiumtitaarereniindeiitb next oJ. '
t perfection, stuff with the tenant of that lowly abode, we It." >ttlSr claims nmit
article of bread In rldtrlou< tbs stock which he brought from be presentrdbeiore ibeS6ih of j
40 sad it the principal of the community. fun' d him well acquainted with the varinnittthjocta New York ia March last,and the late stock of 11 Sit gratin. f th )11t4ahal'M if.-Jot. June mat. ,

sg all classes tbat the white mulberry which were then agitating the poli To the Elector of the County of v| John: I D BaUwin' and Co.be bas received 4 supply of .

It a also awail fact white loamy and tan yftj.aod lit i 1 and religious worlf.. The missionary Circumstances have of late trailed to produce ea.onab| rood* by ten recent arrival nfUe 2frb ule.
ill I on the hostile ".,\r ftom New York all of which be will
grow tione of the day, manifestation '
that its foliage is superior in qUit opera, in me a desire, to represent. the peopleof eil for rah credit. BY VIK riJl.ol two write'Ilf l'lu tir.list, (a-
dish it produced on drepermudto of Europe, thr public men and Important the County In the next Legislative Council. or approved Tlir.O. FLOTARD.VI.ti i i.* UMuinf ont uf the t'npesm i.I t oun tot ,
that N .
uf This fact fa important to far masuret .>f bit on o country were tubjrctt and as party distinctions anti concern 'I., IDlh.: 1'35 the lli'trct of I ai lorn.a.aod n ue i.hretrd .
sitter toils. with which his mind was familiar and and deiiveied I wileXfoe t" tiblic .. .
*
enable them ta derive a pro- tioos appear to havesuli.ile". I feel that I i let he
en. as it will which he bad foeined r itT ortAti u!tin< on the SituidU
which hav* not been ci.Uidert. upon opinions. can low .;fler to yon my hi it aerviites M ith- 7'JI.B CiiG'Ita1 A3aCD i I ) a: Jutu I.1
lauds 1 (being Lb. l. '
she
6tfij
from New her ev"n Itoiua .
i i Englandand inttitution :I f ten 'Iock
!* I incurring .
We have seen mil out any pfsonwl pusition| 1 or ill t.d'lht. u' it.pan..ur s .u..tber in ibo .
oren
north cultivating. H on and tw o'clock she mass
will .tVnt ",f the thai c.uo.\.bcoa CII'IIU' wrli.w m.need in uumr
aud lndepen gMtifu-atioii
uses to the weight of thirty Io.rl' M to .Euro/*.-Tho New York fnieiicf ofi ,.for ale nfihitoav.! all in<* ii>ier'.t itf Ibis I*. cironf,
rry and sandy derlivi Steam : it would afford me tu be thus far rntrnsted wi..t ism* f plantattou I m the following t> niWo'ti tfa ,
an the steep ct : > d n ibe
bet growing coveted with an exuberance of foli Journal of Conl'tKa says We understand !, with your confident'e, 1 hive utber motives on the banks of tae fivor cSt Juiina. Cnunijr of St. rasa side flf. tJ' tine Bivrr bs 'w.e U Use .Ice I 1
its and been formed John Kant fJ.nd.-Tbe plantation iaaUntsixintoi
bb? (for the fcuovu
a company in view. *' DsalLake audtb't kt.owr }
..f,,'hare ten iiuliels ur com in an acre I .uortbofricol4tall u. and XI tusks (mum aa llor
kould be considered a I Isrg crop. Law and 1 1Irst purpose uf rstxbliihing a st>40 tbip communication I desire in see this county' advanced ia .he City vfM Angtiu ,p..oi afroiti Uw .Nor lwiiidii.jineliidinf the ,pUre cat' ed it. ''.. IS i elf ;j

Janus are (considered C'Ou enial to.the i[ between hew York Iii:' Liverpool. her internal condition and her resource im thorn States wi.ii'f adeligliifuUu.leUe..p MIIIleraietidfnceiiiFlofHlawi the ALSO our. Uinnsan and firty mesa of lists an I

Io all I utter: soils and The net marine engine uf our cnuri.rvman proved. idesir* to nee St. Augu.tiue become lind this an.aiglble -SiJohns r.ver being the came Land Gee ..t-
utbrrry be succe fully lonuou'l. I Dr. Church is to be used. Tbe fin tbip ,*? the grand cones utratimeg point nf f"mmttfticatinu 'ptreh..ethose drsimonaufab'siniInsthe. information I h gr of nte J to .n* Aamn .r..... A an Cfiy
arrc. land
IT may I tu b. builtRESIGNATIONS hJlm i..11. from the Atlantic to the Mexican (i rfpectiiifr the;eatate will *d-
The brig ... Ro- Gulf: and 1 hope yrt to tee the many e'evn' ."eriberattb"" PicoUtaht>u eor U.A. Putnam divided b..rll Litt.1lra.te. gone .one. A..lb. un
nsJf.Cyf. Ir
laessalraart a ct if 4* 0 acre ou \\ i iiia _
brings Jamaica Capers A- i t t'L 1 AND APPOINTMBNTtf. ted potitions ,'n the St Johns river occupiedand Can nt.Aujjujtine. J. W, IIERUfcRT crk and tioicv Hraneh naib. tee.oif ".Id' '

The ysllow fryer has appeared IU the 1I I settled and brought into a state of branch. ALSO ten tti.oa.it d sod ttvmiy .me _
It is said that the cuiivatiui, of, The Globe nf the 'W i art. say i:-Mr. AAa productive cultivation. on the river *1 Jo{hM on bats .U?ea rf 'jtiine

tinsmot aband'inrd. as most of the AT has resigned the place of Postmaster General A.one or thf means of ;rc"mpl'thiog Livery Stable.ANEV Jrdin Creek ALm brie l.uoilie ai*... of 1 t

! 'a.out aud thee.iates are heavily ant. 'appointed Minister to SpainMr. thee ends, it is that the Haters of Livnrv Mabtanow! ".j,rn'd near J, Land on M Jfihna River l ing "n nnJi' i ieJ.I dp.rt 'J
necessary
edit worn ( KkNDALL has resigned the place of the harbor should counecteH wiUj dines >< .nn'a aVire tm Cbarlotta' Street. of IW6 acre known b, the n"ir r of J.ek \\ u> bt.
he whey hirse Hill. h. kept t'se day, week or .\Lm fiUil atreaof L J
b1. din Di4l. .
debt.i! 10th. It is nits rauchrrct Fourth Auditor and is appointed POll Mas* of Six i Mile Creek rtiiat 'lateral mn 'IH P ri- :
itff,/ a, April bv a canI l! > a ,iuobth.nni '*n>tb1e terms;likuwi-e (.ones aid ciiully f r,nte>l to Ctp-1| | I> .'.oln.. AL* _
Air. PICKKTT e
t we have learned that the K.nig.HUHin ter General. hat resigned the Rail Way should be laid from this c ty su carriage to lure by the hour nr day by tract of Land.on the 3in>* F- Riy r. of .I O. i. m:

E& land have not been selccteu with place ofSuperiuteudentjof the Patent Office as to form a junction with the .ne pror-Mwl O. HOWARD.Aprill. ere being part"f 8n"I.diitl..t uses or.'rtl.e,.,

regard to tbe mor al! inhaeocc, which and itccepted that of Fourth Auditor. from the Suwannre to the St. Jobut. Either l-f itricmtily! granted >o Jn" h :. ancU-x a. d \ enve'yedt'y ;

W q eta"* i it likely tu have bid on the j i irk and Porte c.f tbt so t+ ork. would" sufficient, tu him and Aoi nio AUnrvz to .true) ,
nee. Inch they are intended J.b)I.- BOllfUt" Uouqittti.-V.vcr\ counteMct those influences which have been JV07JCJ. Firb4iikt.. .'ndry "'amu.-Ii .irbasakftoaphJrltn j
.e .1011 firings with it some .uyr.h offa 35Mlacre.
ijly to cootroul.s / i "-i orted from that .fatherland of put in operation triple > ud destroy the future .. LL persona lit ing demai.d asiust UK I' ?r,nth III".rtJ.., -antFe river on the f
mines of which the ne-1 f ,if St Augustine. ..William dec will oMgimlly ,ranted -
Tber are many and French prospects i tate Harvey present to rV.nri. R
fancy frivolity| e
rats are as jet guiltless, tn which uccetci- j itccetiit. the whims of inetiopulis.This 'fb... wad other ir jei-ts of corresponding ||KOI proporly attested,and .llpeisona indebtedto Sst this and wir..o Saiuhexaixicnmejedbt aid Mid
Mrons 1'akr.II.lheprnpt'r'l
anal l starvation has urivcu the Purser orders I Is year carrying in importance I desire to see Irto"'lali.b'd; to aid Estate will make immedi payment to -
fihr
ta .i'fili. ,. .
the build, at evening parties, a huoqtiet of idj tl>n 1) rtsong. 1
.OS. doll C' AdLr.ie .
. ErtRU s,4 l; and baUis ware formed are not Much I would willingly l devote 4 i.or'ion of ., dc.lo.i.r, J"tIgesinfivur r t 'mitt" ion
exotics fancifully arranged, bas given -njJVOTIC
rise to 1;
th.1834.
f iitlj rrliuqit'uUcd! eveu althougn the caui invention my attention; believing; thit the iutrreits of and Julia Goihsm. Alf'M IlL II!. f
the 01! called
ftfeirh created them have fated to exist.Tbe : on ornament purto.IJUu.J every man arc inseparable cnnietet with ",.. ;a. 1 1f
of small stick of "iNhllA.l: ORDER.
I ruck wVtch tht \\ <*st Indians like- .r; consisting carved Ibo public welfare E. B. GOULD. I I

i T1 to split OH in &t\t t \ *t,'lca\or to stem Sue ivory, stadal tritb wood or I leaves jewellery, hollo TALLAIIA rf-X.: : > i
nt one end folding to receive
I the ri ieulo-is i A la* EltctortM del Condatlo de Sun Juan. : VilV. ..\ f.
weir tide of fvsais. is tuppo. the stalks of and of nil varieties March. 14th 1835 $ ISUKHE the creditor. lr- !! i
I utwn that Europeans can 1I1I'r cult..at.-su-1 t a ousrgav. Habien'fo ya ccsadu riertas .:Jciciiciones y OLIN II. I AT .\ iurrnnr.nd COmmll1'der.h..Chierorlht' "d all j.,Ti f of ,riro aud vau from teu shillings to militu of the T irH. in tli'cmt"of ArnbfMe Hull. d.eil. tha tileliiaiaax4iu r
. ->nd if pertous instead of rarrying un a rnnsideraciones d, partido. y b"llan dome j, ty
n Ire u.ue.'hbout nf -t aid le, I
in as many time of Florida list cunntituted and appcintfd the tatvill be hatred :
situation
nhitedate trvlc under this :illusion would : en d. nfreccr mia serrieios ru la the une"I
. these boqiiet holders. (in addition to her old following Eierutixe,.fl" a< r att.nrefice the eiilby/trtntivinj; the fliiiteruc'KHi i iI fai>bi-iiecl fan uf paiut-d telluui) no fashionable capacids'l' ilr vuestro rrpr.lrotftulC cu el. '>'.of.. Itaowt.tobe Ailjittant general! U. A. PUT 1iAM. AdrnV. ::

,t' fruui their iniuti, .u ;"r ttcgut: belle wilt ill room; Cuerpo Le,islitivn venidero; y qui ciertaa lltxRv Wasaitcro9.Uusner ftls'"' Genl. May 5th, 1835., i
free JaS! ,, the ypp circumvianriat ban induciio cl de ea ell'! .
is till lie ultanl.1 l by aero and tu such a piich has the mania foretogautI me HKCTOR tit HaAiixx. of Leon \ --
nbicb it be couti-1 timer dacha Atleinna d}.! honor I Aids de ..SaselfBor'
g: only mesas by ever rau : $ til natural flowers arisen in Pins, careu que 1'&TrKV.l avTIEft. jr Jackson, Xot'te.
t1 '''asa staflanf&..'0 islands *' lucra se me haria.1 i lleeara II prr-atar acme vutstra GRO. :. ll wastss. Fr.aUm, :/ Camp.Gxo 1' 1Ir. SI b.-C Jll K. ill a* inattendathe
the
.-. .-- t '.i t trade.r ooMoi/ei7rc,4tmgst us confiauzn tcugootros inirn a la vistn. E Cu".. Mcaml-i. J C.art Hoq,ein8( Augustine on Mon.lay

IS Central ,4 .rr/w.-('i'ffif<7ma/a.-We have live at that of niillijitiv bat been adopted by Mi leseo es, ea primer lug\r,quo nuestro And i i. 'Harnby tequire-l and ord'red that the 16th 161"1. fort ibe porpoic if immint tr. .

4. .rtiret :ltt,jrf, from ttiis i rfpiihlic t. the the "wivest several) ciuiiisnt coefleur It condado candle su actual e.n.lici.n. y me-. all militia officers imf Territory.respect' and obey 're+ritoriatt41 returns from the pit III'h. ''ho
has even becu introduced into London; and themaaanrli.By hate deflected ibis year to make bleu ""
171'-
Mirrl nhirh mud .
as t14.t h at p tratifjuility j ret jorar sus recurtns. Dcs igu..isneute qur la
M.d-Miie N'ardin, we hear is already "practican" nrd.rorthe Governor and Cominaudetin and iri the intereninf rise III hilt mil couti'ua to .
.ltir! lHMit the but the cuidad de ,
I' ilf H(' country; pinic Sun Agtulin sea a rl puntepiiucipal receite tliem bit
Cbi-f at residence
with own until the above
Ie t'llI.e.II.1 ) else rU"a"r\lin\I v o'-uptiun ur the the art frost sncccas arranging de concrutrnrion ttcsdecl' A'UnUco bata *. TtlO'4. DJU\\tNt

If inir.nuif l''fi uialt> ;uintitig the! |Ilno.II L Lsrarreiv lee, bad not only; bvrqucti d la main but guirtandti uf natural ukJuireahurNatthr's cl gnlfoile Mejicm y capt-ro nun ver inu- Adjntsnt Gen.ar Ihe Militia of Florida. date.All who are 1UI-1' !. to pav tiara in the Coobty

r 1..1..Mr.' I' pattern hoc di los pnnt.',i princi(&nlcs seine *1 Hio nf d t Johns, and *h-. n -aeetli! .c.-u py %*ith tt.a
.Mr. Va.1:'% ulio \>'M elected President of rxoiict. The flu n ers.hoth itnifici and ua- d. Ban luau venfrjotainrtitA pooladot V cul Aiut>TATfiftaai.'e<'rrica.: I Ivwandilo not mats their tetnrnf will in
Iural l likely I to be most in vogue this essoii. ,.. 133ITi f in,tan. be ivry
'hi. rfjmMw having ili-d before taking pos iivados.-A cuyn Ingru c"ueca'aritt quotas JII I | a1la ere Merch I4tb I e as esed double lax...

w ...i.lu ,.fltiHffipf, nnew rlrction hail 'akroj.nv are the .Mimosa spireos.the single white Camellia ttuasde rttn Bahi.i tiibi ten.connection con : .the duty of'the Aiijntant General to sea F.IJA8VALI.EN.

tt | *u.l it).rli>iici of the\ j'r..i.c heal f4en|! the Cactus, pink crimson, und a Ins tl" Sat Miles J CreeJt !...*. .lt uncn. lotoa War U'annl.nl.< tit* jointer cf Ttrritnri"!IT.2Asse..oprfn, SiJ lms Cvnniy.JKstatc .
now Mexican hell flower introduced iuto .. of tli. fl'ective militia witniiiihiaT rrii: d
do flrnu
cal
Ise .iiiMaicl'.rieit.! : <:"&I"rIl1Iuraz! u. the quit mi cifiinm rUfI.lruf'I'.JcMltf .If etui 'Iu.h'qflnt""r rAtinaauilMrizil said _. _._ 18:1.n .
Cbin. .
Prinre.aH Screen -- -
France the > ,
. tea f IIf' hr! ... my loslimitesde esta cuid: 'ler nhuf
J n .".llhr pnry.t e cal wad embossedare Territory may Iw 1>. fnrniiiied. winch r: tans exquisitely painted or NIJl/
- .l..r., ed ii fu.iun ,. U.". :!.r.I.1 tart year el ya pn>purstn tlesdetlichi air de Hnti Juana until tttvefTectiveatrt-njitli of the miUiiai
II' nn l rViiorH nn'rf in the con itv., also much in fashion; and one of these SU\\"sti'oe.-lIna fintra nbra serin sup i. made -"u''n. It ordered and Jirecitd U..r. (e. FS

4 1' HI ral ennJrpu; %t rre iliscusiiug the beautiful even tail drrans was lately pasted ciente & ilesfruir los influjos quota |iahid.yr fore that the militia officer throughout tie Ter I.eeka.. sit i dame | will nit|.K to i ibe Hon.
bouse lot llonrll and JnJ.H ,,riw f,',,rt ,f y, J.\fc,,,
till ph lel.itiapj the iiopoi-intioii" tlr inrnbn through tne custom aiparaiinpeiiirl'' '4fu'uro vent.iJosus pros ntory, as early as practicable. m /I %- :ni.trati tt1t-! ..
Juiiics which excited much attention being tvard ball, f .1. ? "ngn att.
a roster IlnigiidierGeneral t>
.Jo sl!. iir ucli time ln;(ll.b settlement of Hoe peetos.lo nan AcfUtin: of Lieut. Mrphen Tott.e.: dn.1. .
If the Grit introduced iato ibis country. lahaa..p. t) be condaiueil and uLmitteJ to tbAdjutNiii .
itxr, s ,1..t''"" tippieh-tuinns n'erlr. ranter.1a,4 Kit nhjeto, y utrust fambiea importnn JOHN A.POM 1Avl:.
i General ibis i in6 rniati
that .
; 1.-' the tritttr at tl.c l bUtr place that London Court Journal cia dese lIe uen a tlrvfdo cfrcio, a ru)o in ammport4nt t" the Territory neceftnari of F lot Ida, may be u .,-- .. .- -

rI i n, ui. :. r. Cuur. 4 'od" Estate ef.Sndrew J.
!t. E"I" rather lento elanagir gusto'nieiit mjaiencion. vent to tb war dtfpattmntUy Peck,
AN AL"uu.-An incident nf ladicrtius
. a par qUit rren quasi interes inf'ivi'lual devo order of the Governot: atirl Commander in tie,. ,

i Port au rrintr, in Ilnyii. i i. tlrsrrLcd' in an nature cccured a short time since inoue estar onido el biru general.Tengo '. Chief. THOMAS mttnvN. bj IX "',. alter d.l-1 will apply! in.f-I V.
of the seaboard towns of tbe "8., el honor &c. Adjutant Gen Florida Militia. K3F he Julie of the Count CTon. -.... .*yea
esserrp "'"I'tr Iy: n :rnileinnii nh i as re. State.' Mr ll. a citizen of the north part of Vuestro Coneiudndano. ('';'Inh for letter nr.\da.tU.I..IIIIIIII.. the K-.

t .ly.idfltl ehr.r". ..1 tunlini,.: ahoul six.tT | tho town was called upon it his uorkshop, ELIAS GOULD. Committal to Jail. Its of Ad.ini.lrlti" on the l!,tatf of A.itretv

I"tttl! : inhabitants win. live in nnodenbiiii I hy Mr. M., a fello v toHnsman* who resided J. Peck deed O. 110'\ ARt

r 1ft 0 '''I' cs ni'.liant tfw "in.ln".orrllimnl'p. ationt two miles from Ah.D. when the (ullunitipt The Mends- of D.f'.ID Apsilllth. 1t13
( .'uiu i i.done in time back tardn .. -- -
: iiial.igue ensued:
\ antl.r a *!IN!l. 'iiie Government is white. Mr B. Good morning Mr. M'; you are LKVY 8'Cs. q Johns anonune Coni.ty him in*the>. a c.n.'ld"a"ln next .Ali.IIi t.,i ireceui ., JL W'O T I (5 E.

;, The SrMiath! it little rc; c lml except as quite a stranger in this part of the town Council l f'irthi: Ttniiorv G IX WIXK' : rmin thUd in I will a-ply I.ft

the xr ,ate.t irnrkel Any 'in the '''0'. Thesulrbitauts How tilt you dot t'.. r\M'd.hll.l\la> lit, l8Ui: ilittronntv Jutf.e .ftheCa.intrCossetoft. J..,. _

am Heinly. practir frequent !.mthit.p Mr bl. I am tolerable. How are you ON tb. 10th iDlt..tWI nero men as rn"t. for loiters AfAdmitii-tratinii nn the Ii.I .

;. dress well, are cortf nut 1ft stranger, and family? ,'li'Rll'i .: dUIIC % .>.. who hatefor six or seven month* pact ate.of 1la.'ual Romet' drrM.3IAKIA .
i.ur ifte"I.nt! l from the facility ofoiiKiiqinjr n your .. -. cited themselves by the nan.ea of("IIA'IJUCS, R. Rt)1)iIIGUIZuit.uu.tine
; Mr. D. We are all well, With the .,c.p'- ; 15th. A rari. |@::.
..i\'fti2tI..I. and NVl MA SI. but they auw cull lltemorlvet
1' ..e nr41 1I1.u'! one hundred '
ion of ( w slight colds. What is the newt .
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I bv time of JOHN Utl1'U..d -
;,Me names
a
rtnMents i in iho city. ,.f hom .
wary & -
in your neighborhood Utto N tV! fnhn Simi h. olberMira Rhamtwra. JVOTICE.
liar. I lick "h't. 1'(,s;'dcut On)er bat fift i Mr. M. Nothing particular! What do you is about thirty years old And atv.nt ads f't |high i : Ix VVTFK from |..l* date r will -...!) t.. ;

toes p Ise.. bear .. .. ._ .__._.. .. baa sleeky look and H scar ">n bia ritbt ankle' taJnslreurn h at.ourytrsmflu-,1_.,v ,
AIr II. Nothing have --- -- awl t"o mall acars on bi.fnreh<*ad. Tom Brow. t'onntv fot Letter.fir.drnenisttatirantt H. Ta-
orimfortaoc.Ve PORT OF ST. AUGUSTXE.I'atc William about six old I tale of Fitch 8 Sluciini dee'4.
lJa1. f .Yeir/aun//o/j,7. Tbe banks ei of r..in of late. othfti"'i lead over n tpnce. fir 40.000 mile, and are plenty baa a very bold look 1.,1. scar on Isis left knee April jr.. I I&35. JOHN AI FONTANE.
Mr M Yes and .
; they say, SxITSDsib. bit left brow Each sit tbeui baa
and one on eye -
dram
:tu|to to 45 fathoms below the surface nfit ,
"March showers am lit h St Johns.
nindsand
lira April p. on a drab pee jacket which is the most of their Great .''tlIIORR' U'ork
iiceun. The shoals an inhabited by
etc RKDSch.
Bring forth 'fruits and may flowers"Mr. clothing.
Laurie; mile tribes nf muscles and dams, to M. (again after a pause of about half : Ariel 6oatha iek. 81 Johns Wil. G. DA VI Jailer A11rr'.RIC1 \ IfJ.4.f\ZING .

Hicb+ it is a favorite residence at the, cane a minute.) I called down here to see if I fleb. Hiwhrod. Houston Ne<* York. March 14. l-Ct OF USEFUL AND INTt.RU8TLGKNoWLEDUE.; :

ij! bury their shell in the soft sand They could find the. Captain of the Engine. My Hcb. Sam Patch. If.me.f! qinto.aani .
-0-
hu. XD rand tni roar.
fweuiies contend with. Tbetodfishwort father's house is on'6re, and should like to Sch.8.8. ftlilla South*ick, Cha'e..tnn.' FOR B. Toil: iLLDiTB&Tr.D av IIV1lEtteri S'Ce1Titca

kp[ to this toast to prey nn th-m They have the Captain bring up some of his men -' -" -. ._. MICROSCOPE; of treat nixnifying now- HUTIOSTOAT DEWIt CostP.t.11:

a constant watch and swim about a to help put it out. A er with additional "lasae'.enclosed in a
'OA'IION.MONS. l HE
foot above succw which ba' atieml the' "I'11i
the submarine sand. When
a 1r. 13. small! mahogany box. It would bo found very 1'
Hangnation Wbydid'ntyou cry cation ,)f IbM be.t Macaxiora fioni Ipso lngU !
opens its shell it it immediately eeiz* J. J. DLLI "J.FROM Ac.
DldDle'le fire!" q. a. x. useful io the study Botany ,h Pre.,. &.led 10 preparuia for".rnna a
derourH. At other time, the Gab ( BEUJICM ) Original cost $tf>. will"* old at a moderate I poitndical 1 more part it ubilv .d.ii'icdtu LnvrnnUand

doa"t ..iI. They are provided! with a bor- Ntw MODE or PUNISHMENT. Tbe following MOST re'pecdilJy informs be mbubitants price Apy ly ft Philips Academy. I taste of the American t Iubliet.i'. it v ill

protuberance round their mouths with letters bas been addressed I"y a lady td' city .>( tu. Auxustme'and ita vicinity be the object of the pmpiwtora to make ib*> work
*lirh they burrow io the sand, aad capture the editor of a Sir that he has established himself here, for the Notice to Land Claimants.H. ; Mrictly what ita title Indicates it"illn tertle

tfae muscle io hit abeli. Tbefisbfrmea of va beard there contemporary meows Diurnal;in doe purpocauf teaching the : .FJtENCII tNUF.KSlUNED: fijnxi. in ram less emta.u curries orinMieti. its fainms
tina nwtl nstt, .... Having difficulty HIGH GEUMAN and PUTCfl 1' aurvevinff the land in t.wlllbh !1. ubirh in .
KwRtuu, rirucu au.i /% _. 1"U mince appear Foreign Migaxinet.na.iri
cao,. n ho arson to these banks, take vamupta.Ic11M. .r'-4--- .. ,a .aIba' LlftUUAUr.S. OIlU'\ienuementmnrttciKu IdW .. Ill l...,". .0. .*, >H>.Ol U. ?p'uutu.Uu .l,v |>..i..i.ii..Ht h.... brM rn.r tl if,.
lank from annul th'lrea" mill, solitary confinement & in either of the aUo' language' aal eebool In .. .b, the lit of SI jy ensuing and ycspectfnlly .t both with anUis and anthem todirnbli from
right to tea millions offish. Ono have failed in their results,not having proved Charlotte street next dour tn the Coll c'or'a of. \ requests the private land aam.-hla to furuUh |nro Pill parts of tbr Union iirawinf and ilbutratiou

f.1* bnn. they find the remains sufficiently effective have just turned my flee-Hour. of tuition from If) io II A.' M and with evidence. confiinjaiion aDd a copy uf 1 ofevorp.ubj< ct oriu''",,,. which the poMUreraenn6d

ofaOorSOmustletiaeaeb. Soroeti ats the luind jto the sobject* baring once undergone from0.to 4 P. M. a .eleri ladv'a tlsss for the | their respective g'ants, plat & ceniCcata rfsunrty ntly br Have' still enable them to issue .

l8udt.1teas are found either whop, or par- the pcoanre I am going to describe for uu- French Linxn ge .',e. uaHjrfMtolved. Tbe Grit care of the. Gl ere mtusjeabfe The magistrate could past5atth. resideneo of Dr P. I\>aca a. and of the tiublie Arl'W,.,. tQen.be! airs to survey American, people.

mea after taking their station it, to ascertain prisoners. who said *Thtenteoce a select elaaa for ladies in Urn German lat the. res- their-apectivt c1.imlit' eaicnli! Id<*n retina Tb first number of th* American Magazine
the depth of water The liBel most be not be said to blllore only id... of Jndci* "atirn lotto b'S original district sometime in the month Illustrated with abut twentr.nfeii h1 i l encravtnjrs. swill

tefttleted ao as to lie on the bottom where of the Court is;that the prisoner at PRIVATE TITITION to tidies and Gsntls- August o complain townships 5&G in range appear on or l.rrr*the 'fiist of Se: roller,

the Gab are alwayt the bar be dressed as a lady Fathion.Metbioks men at their own convenient time JiO, and township 0 range 27-likewlae this fractionsinliiwnabipad&G and bft continued monthly. coauinini t-I"-II
of submarine engaged in this species I I besr the culprit thank his stars TEHMH. &teh Language eo per quarter range 3D South aid 40 and 50 iropnUt oetnvt pare*. mist l be furonh

war. for the mercy until_ be.bas gone ibrough theoraal 07 Hit tichool. will- be- onened-.---- on- MundavJt ---- -, the- East, It ia absolutely necessary that tbe claim ed atth- low price of"vo du list per annum It "
I it runs thai-tbe body to be laced tn 'i? >tb lnat ants should be ptefent or bt represented by an will cooiprh*--
A NEW ENGLAND LOG HOUSE. four inches smaller than the natural size The Ladiu French Class will commence on agent on the ground when their claims are' surveyed. Portraits and Bioff rnphlcal Hketehee ofrfUlinenuhed .

YOB ean Hardly find a dweHiaf la Kew with steel, whalebone and cotton; let him the -Jlst inst H WASHINGTON, DepSurSt Ameriftina Viewt of Public BuiMiti *.

Caglaad, be It a framed house or a log cabin eats hearty dinuer. then add a pair of sboei will Notice win W gTQ; wizen the German claaa Aojmaloe,30ta April 1935. 9/lonnoMnta and ImproveaMnta, arocentrvtbe
commence
booad''
ia The wbtefe some periodical uf the print fa scattered pet taken.far particularly narrow across the foot and A St Augustine, Ma) |flth. 1835. ii'Stmqte oaf.Do491" .7PI'latoa* in this country eau, will variety form aa and unceasing besarjrwbieb
newspaper* day are little too short to make them look small aoarce of inati oeiton and gtatitlstiea..oanrinls
beyond i route of the mails, and "ion of than let the roots;of the hair be drawn up bya Oil BUBO havlatUued In the City of til THE SnJ3SCRI JE1Ibtvingobtained Let aDd the d..er piIen.oftbecharactir It.bit..6e. '
aafttele roads. The setter will Augustine will thank ,f Admioiatratloa on th*>above Estate of
lamely French hair drctter:'and if yon with togive y. receive ..ndpaactuUlattl.1I the Reasta. Bird- Fialiee and rosette trgeth.r
.
fly ettrerga from bit dittaat borne la the additional torture,patio a quantity of Pfoftttsioaueiya fsomtbaffon.all Dsrteaai h" ao2urt cfSt_ Johns_conn.iv. with. errs/ j? ,'/ \ -! M..1.hu ao.

weed., Io get bit Btwtfflper. ', The writer of combs bukpins. &e. expose his shonlders to 4 FINE Paifoffcorsea Baroatf3f.tr' dtls tb e MIdi wjtbin the fi epre eri5SrEyTavr. ? the eonotrv iRintrated In a f.imti.r and prot erar.e ,
tlillsehapsereur: patted b &tft te'fc fag tee air. J..d.bteclar. 'iJ iuredtt snake ln>mediafpayiD n FBITBSIANIIUXT
and let Elm dance for an boor or two or kiM on the most accpmtaodt jai';Wf'
boas, otaat eailet beyond the reajea &ave' eot Sorgetjiag to b.ve a pressure on the chest Ayply at Mr AHon's sttbli. ",, '.t. AAUKEW. .ANDERSON. I Agent nr ia* B-at n ,B.wick Company,471J.4
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t ar.f, $I01JL8-Hati.: uei \tUJa' tttroristat end ..ad be,aMil".dat' API1 .eraltUd &ka'l.' tll' 1..1'....... 'm.,' 0. 'PNE litEA4BiR .

tt4tJo>ie libel j .mi+wd in tbt tirr.U bin nitb, instead of the fir, taw andbanrffrf in the Portage at the City Far aU 31eot or Nota.'. 13tieiella. ,

H. ieiiiiseti tifioed by WH. U ARC ALOW. ..." story that fet did, people who are REMAINING ..,' ftee the III tf January bar 1884. and Jaittary. Febi''y. sadMareh J. '. I Esit5b
vita well
In htav character, as as that of win, acquainted with tU el UcMtwteod citiieea eine thirty first ef llareh. which IT set laUD 1-. I

eta i. saga ed by the gnat jate $viUaaous" ; of this town and vouaty would cot out in three mouths wi3 be sent to the (issuerslose srsttts.1I72 .

tateweot abet ver graced n corrupt Prtse. ; have dared* as 1 em Informed the bate, ttpress office at Dad Letters. 88 8 W' Cloudy .18 =- Cloud 1
1 am dfttrttiord to five a true account "f their A. Jobs hr
: feeftajga asaiait et for acting 43 as
7t I Flair Ma C
the trausaetifO. which I require to AlleaYl'If. Loriflf, Butchers 9Lvean. Ii
pub
you as ti. would make them believe 43.
corruptly loud
lisp and' for the troth of which 1 icier your. A.tee.W U Lane.JesJmaJr.Loof 3; 66 NW >
and
r nil & readers to Joan M'littoiU Etqr.nf oppressively ibis COlli.I A,:1:1 sure. Fnlmie .Jane M. 4'.6b; 48 8 E 40 '44 SafeFair
I W. J. MILLS. Andrew M 88 00 8 W '
George Uate 70 50
Si Mar,'..Col. JAMJCS DILI, Captain Jos.B Jacksonville 24th 1835. It 58. NEE
April Andrew Thomas
: LAWCASTEU. Kuoav Lopes, AnjnstinaMaginto 1.73. al 8 w CIo..,_
ttlbxlt.L. CDRRIER
B. 1 63 m .
aud JAMES P. F.oo .:... ..r Jncksonville.Mr It mar teem strange persons abroad to bear Brush Jess A 8Uircb ,James'.. 7 n 73 568E 468W Cloud FUr.S 11 55GO 40 NESW

HAacAiiow according his ottu and I that Flrttidtbeak |iiOtnr.. aBearr.ntiaBt Asa Ceo. R. "tLaCI. D. 9 ,. 1 46
iI,. lIuwuIII."llalrmea.out fromSt.AuftUattue I o tme. bat for their infotmstina 1 will Mali that Bryan GUT McIntosh,J. UQoroaite. 9 m 44 N Fair. .

in a carriage tlr Mr. HOWARD'S. I 1s1 An onine b&+4 apsrt tftkt Ttrrst{ 'iryqfrida n. Dr. Ming.FrtdeiiekL.fiiaensi 10 58 48 N E Rata. 1Z 71 50

with Mr. HofvuiHD & family for which b*> politically,although alogrtphieally,they ssy Broab. Charles. Dr. PedroOnild'D.8uahA II m 41 It 6854 S E

: was to rertive fifteen dollars on big arrivalat that the batiks at TallalM..emi have nn agents in ftiannsi. JoanaHcCnlloof 12: 53 35N \V Fatly 1: 7750 .

Jarktotivil'Ie' five dollars n as before Havunnab. Cbar| stnn.New York&e. to redeem. Bacon, lieD,,"Dr. h Chasse 13 63 oil WIt U 861

I lesviog fit. Augustine; On arriving paid the their bUb*- ure. w ere are tbtre ear agent in IJadea, N Major N. ::65 39 E 75 60 Vatfe
4 ml Flonda to redeem the notes finned by the Banks C. NswtonSirens 1S'.66: 3B J 84 64 8V .
ferry BARCALOW demanded the ten dollars of Clsrk James P. '
Georgia, tfouih Carolina. f f *, 178M
balance which HOWIAWD ....ru.et.lopD'. alledgiug Carroll Gideon Pitkia..,d.J. B.Frail. 16; 65 39 S E 68 NENW

; that be must land him at JacksonviUc. V J1L114BI B p.e.REJiThr Covert Henry llorstioGatei 17 63 45 58
but o&Vred Mm nine dollars twentv five Cbaptio.Cbaca"r Potter John II. 18 61 44 21 7564 E (

emits deducting seventy five for ferriage to ."'e.a CarteriC. B. I'aJmerJobnL.Philip 19 60 50 N E Clou.,. 81 41 W Cloudy ,

JackseaviHe, this BARCALOW refused to ONE LARGE STONE HOUSE Corosk A. Robert 20 57 48 55 40 FairAveraco
take allereaiian and LOT situated in front ef tea D. Piekard Joshua 21 76 58 S W Fair. 24158 40 NEE ,
eusue-l l between
some Sea Wall. D11. Dr Wa. W. Port**.J 8, 8853
22 60 55 N E Cloud ,
thesis which ended l I. their coming tuJark.onside ,
y One HOWE and LOT in Davis, N. B. Polkinbofn.Charles 23 59 M N\V 73 53 CI

',n arriving there BARCALOW again Charlotte attest in excellent toPsir.at in E. Peckbara,\\ m. 72 53 NE
present 2 472 58 8 \V Fair.
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uetnuudtd the ten dollars claimed by him the occupation of Cbsrlra Robiou Esq. Eaton, John II. Park,John G. 2 575.63 77tiB 8 W 1t 1t
which HOWLAND still refused to t High Plus*John
pay One IIOUr E and LOT io Artillery Leas eecopird 64 44 NWNE
of the 26 70 40 N \V d
To tbe R.
words passed before them at Major HART'S. by Judge ioold. assignees I47 7 tt
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and BARCALOW left tbe house and returning Per tstms. apply toJOHN original amyumtnt ef Boze,. Gsptr 2 75444 31164 47 t I

in a short time, requested M.jo* HART to tell U. FONTANE.Aflat Dull FleUchuian to John. Robinson 2 8t945 \V
Messrs Futmsn & Randol ''. Grvnet Dr 96038 (
I' 2 azCUIUUUTtOJl.
Mr HOWLASD had retiredtnnis
who -
( room)
----' Smith ofChirlettco.S. ti.I r
30 W 33 NWu majuajam
that be would the nine dollar 63.8. M .
take REGULAR PACKETMetwtcn
.e twenty I I C. Scofield John E. : u 33 PrevaJlsag winds N P. I
five CNi.swff-red by bim,esheir tsantious to : F'eilcbmlD' i ?Dirk :&!itttrJohnCi I It i
Fair
go i ve: the Riven Af at&gmt"e aCharleston. n. Swttzrr David I ttCAltTULAlt0:1.reroblsttimnra days, 2I: ; Ctoxd1,3 ; &aha> 4- I

Major HARTttcnt to Mr. llovtLAKDwbQ, t Gardner Daniel) S. Mweeiwr. ThoBJSl I.I 65.5, Minimum 49,5. Ararat nAvan or TBS TNttO! .

have him nine dntlars'ts entv five cents viz.a THE Regular Packet Scbr. !i I Ciibb. K U Clerk Haperior fiwasr/.Alexander. G* Prerailiiigwiudt.NE. Tag imui 1833. l $. a ART> oy xmA t

five dollar gold piece four dollars in Florida SAMUEL MILLS.. LIMA :<'i I Court 1yu.+sth. tiuruey8r Fair days 23; Cloudy 3; Rainy 4. I I- M tin I
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G< fTM TiaU TltomasBtreeter. ... It
Hank Hills and five in SouTiiwicK, Matter will II
twenty rents con I|:i Oerard Luther 0.Sii.itbPeur. PECCMBEft.RECAMTUiATl05.. cloudy 1 s
chance, n hit'h be handed to BARCALOW who tints tanning between the above (iutllt'Y,JuhnulI N. 168 6S liS6d I

after rereivioft It said that tbo Florida Hank ports, throughout year !I Gatttu. Eliza JU. She'.an.Jcw'h Cspt.Uarvui 63 Rala. r
Bills in St. .tiue. & Her Cabin is commodious and handemneiy. Lout qq,
were ant current Auju Greywu. Juo. 1) H"t. ". hn nsrlonsrlo 68 61 J t
rUrV.b.d', end bited eiprfsalt fur rb. ,ct'own.edation :l:1t: ; Iii
reqtietted Major HART in ctchan e them for \llII. T. J
471) 58
*f|eenprre The tabfe will b* supplied
other : which request H asreadilyeootpHe II. 1''elh, \Vatson I II Mu. i"\cq I
money
with the beat tbe MatkrUtflard Ca|>.. H. i krathis ilut.! J..u,... ,.,.....,JllfuaU. I
l with f Major HART to oWir him !
y ; owrtoriiy to return hit grateful thank icn 68 hJ Fair. I
QUCtID
., ert, (ieotg* 7grrnseadJ.l... itarat = !!:! i .
e who h"nd.d 1tAat:Awn u lea Dollar Bill of past (drat and to solicit continuant ef ih*> : lie bitJuiiti 1Y, 'J'rlOt1. 'I'a.d 7 60 40 II W ; ,rd 1 ...,etC.=-.. .. .
osrto : r.
the United tt\\<+ fink) a d requested the Batronsr. until rrlflUI' and iu'J the public 1urSl, UI1m 1'uIU.tr.IIlm 867 4J .Its .. -.... eQ 1C f! .,
I sane "iii,tint from UARCALOW*ho..*velumnine : Augur ins July 3d. j.j.ca. ltuuhhr)... GuJ'Cuf. "ul.llJ., th..ubta Lieot.'J' 865 46 'sil > -- "'3

1 d..Uftr'oe..lecl. the ten dollar'411 i I t fn.ud..%, J.... )f V. 1ti t'J : I f:31 i.CID; ;t/h:, j;.i..tO"1 I

& uteittyfivrceuta. &tuld him abet lie now U..kin.. UYYId Val' St".ElIafKlh' .
e"%etc DIllS&\lAC essga
ttatStir.
bud th' miioun dufhim t>v HOWLANO and JiuM B I W. 1. 70 :56 lias. I.m.a I to .
,. tar J. /lessees U.'zeI-cJ."f U lit"'fWJOU. Ur. F. 3v IS 1 i I i
be tlrfjor l HART might; b Ii' hiniMrifif It e 0111U ; ( i << I
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t. H tt,1V11sent{ \ &U I..ph R.$ I' 72 e .._ "! ""QO. -
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'd. to i \ Judge DOOOKTTSthat i .
t'et- tie was stay flpHE inh.bitantaufbtAtifuttiotenditsvH m 21 !
1 476 6J .sf Ps; rZi p
11
11.11. Caj t1 tUllu.tf ; rri
night and he cared net wbut heBtfiht JL emit are informed that tl lam buy :1
slept bv e arts
65 .
77
tai. of ll.ird).lfi! rylf hb vti' .>*,Ji> e Slhri.u.J. 1 I. u .q, ClDCI! : I.lDOQU.
DKUfib and J
take.Major i( batt-betn supply MF.UICINtt. Ciurkf D. N''..I'a..U.IJ.unJ l 77 67 .Cl'dy..178064v I i :!' P U ., .

: HAa.zpnstulatt"d with him &stated > rveeited.. of t choice and eupenor \\ :..,t.....be.jtn D. HJonr .. -- .- .J .
thi h. could in no way be answerable ', ftud-waitamrd quality-they been etleciadwitb.greater* + Leti 1S .Itt,', J-ibtca R. l 72 46 Fair. Month I :=-=.: QI':: :: :a .. .i .0 I 1
aa "put trueJca'i ...C;..<.......
fur Mr. HOWLARDS halttliiifts. that it was :t I tyre. 14 r.hDgeU M t4 'I" "r. John t 42 I I u addition to the abovethei* ia a r I.Dditl' 1 r >I:
hi w bich hi uf ruuld have no tat* JOT, Abiatttf U -In ii Juobuu D,
matter t iMini I I ..M>nmeui ur ti toil A ttKY. SPICKS all" 513 41 II AtfBiliahirater'ft ft'eilce,
inter st, that hr had at his (BABCALOW'S) FANCY ARTItLLd-lbrretrtitlr.. t.. \\ star. Ltla''tKnultou. I :
bsv S1634.3ea PfcKdQN having dales fa
uerer
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Fa \\ iiliaui. Martha L. ALL
i request Lave him the ten dollar 'ill bur au bten xtt.ied in this either io I nature whatever
city quaUty *r Ketc ttrJeu:1.'i'. Witttriiicbam U.L.We G8 4n If tr6U any against las. ]
,
eschaute to l o made in part with the money qn ntitv; Lawia MaU.Ir.UuofDataJCouBtT,<
36
k"trap GOOft. J1. t Peaty $. I
faid by Mr llowJUiifo but nil rtaon !I, At this store n., b, bad nUBINcUJN'OC 8U. K"?It. \U:: :MiKL 11'etkitu.llarihs> AnnZcbnbanes. 45688 are required tAt present thefts duly auskatzto

,Jog and argument 'w as uf no vail he ".silk 1'Llt1UK 'UUI1 f. r cnu.naM, IAV.LIM .nd Ker It.j : Z aG 28 I Of the ttabaCl ber. AUaeeouate, clausssK
; oiberl.uCtr. PATKNI 0\ ULLV. I It. meads not preaentrd hhia the
ell tfiT keeping Major HAa'tlllouanetia fattartwt: Jlontieo period eft
UARLRV U aTRRin ten OIiu..,...wlHcb lUll' i. 2 41 29 yearn front the date hereof ts rrqoired of i
rClnliteat' wUbnilhis : << .4.t .. Cth ,,.
perfect % overstate.eitutscn t + +toa. April" IPl
I > reromnifikded by the f.nUv 2 755 33
a. a 1U"rir.i&l"t SEt65 statute win bel barred of operation of law.
s.H the llfvrr Mr. JUAN OJL\,Ir. P. 41. .
imtueiiately to
cooling food fur infanta '
much
I. dpproved oi icr 2q 55 Vir. Claims.,sJtut the IIid Estate aothtntkati
HEft IdC"" instead of staying (a' he said making a meet drlirioue cu..tara pnddiitcfSCuHrnf to. .- .. 21 (JO 5-1 11 CI'dl' aforesaid may be banded in at the office of HtDOCOLAS

bhouM) at Judge DOOOKTTS. i : for !thickening broths end count, : c rtor tt(0Ilr-.I8. "'en- 3aft. !) t7 54 Fair. &JLavvet St. Aacustme.PRISriLLA .
Major HART railed on me at 11 o'clock at I AUo. linbtpon's Pau-nt. GROATS lorupetior IUfaiunc WATTAIR.

t>if hi cad sated: the facts as atovp., andI j grnel Io ui mitiOtes ore hal; the >. April 15, Adrnutbir...

issued a Warrant to apprehend DAACALOWfor I pi>iiw...tbecutuinpo.or Embdengtcste I INCUANCLUY.EJitU Average Maximum C3.7; Miuiinum 4G.G.

Dwindling: or obtaining money uuderfalsepretences. KT: Lithe or ihe .b4i,. rep.r.tuulI' an,.f.. .b Bunch. Prevailing; winds, N E and N W. In the Cwnly Cowl St.J-h&s.
I. with aukMfTurd a nouri..tiing and ligbt t?! .. ; Tr.1'lanta. Fair da>"a 22; cloudy rainy 3. ATCBAMBZAJ.RUERED. .
All the ariiclea aU euumtftaicU eton rat I II.Diimiuett Doogta Uumroett. Tiee- I that all Executors attmia'war
The executed & returned tome
warrant was tbe most reaaonable 'A1UIAa O1
torma. I ,
4'i-if ti
) Vuluunnr. sus.cl1lcCrrtn" \11'1. .
;
Ho HARDY II. Pmnr Esp. Deputy I .... .... rl.d!Cr ttwf....M. N.'h"au.1 A Tboru.ON Jrrt n Mnd and Guardian to render a.1&aU.pl.l. ,<

p : f&hrriff of Dorsal l County io about au hourfrom C 14411t1 i i L.Iltou.4 Charlt_ IA-a.'d. = .!! l'b' suds \Vealher. Remarks. pendUoree correct offal account Eaute;of of thoraeeipte which and
they on i iverallt
;
the time It vraa issued, .nd I ordered[ lJ"lIder the ""mft'"m*. ./tB,'.A*.V-*. 'MOTION
the Prisoner to be detained in custody until j rii. .ct cti! >', end II biting &**no'..nto -- 14* c.:_"|r .on or before the third Moadefi
ttitnrnini when 1 would proceed M threta* "luu j, 1 :p1 3:1 N \\ 1-"alr. Hay under the name and penalties of tfea I

Dilution of the case but at R.aCALO'U urCent .111:11.' I\\.t.: S +"nh'# ', SUtnutl' ft]c far'Hi*i' Akt"'nsrr tiorooo I, : 5* J.'i Va'hi". 11t Ordrrad.Tb4l Sheriff of the County a .

requtfct, (who ,UedRed4bat' ha Maa In I WOTICE IS IIKKKUV: G1VIN that tbo i%It'lu'lurl..ftaa'rrl.' .Jo.eJ.1a Lo."'un ....., tuuh' :iasst 5. St\' 11 ail Jnatteasof the Peace of the County to gin<

digress on accent ofhaviug his horses ovrr I I igtte*' ia pr"i>aird to ""Ce:,. ..Lichi ]Livkiuti, ie.itie uu< u 1 stir "uuadltt.un ot .hi 4 52 ail N E attendance at the firat tern of the'County'C
for 1 attended the i: t.'LAU!8 I I. rl 1"....*i'Ciaioi...rt by tk* Truopit of (:oust : stir old l.'tclr ti "hIUl.I.i.- ur sun Cloudy.n .. or this Countyon the third Monday Haaforesaid ,
at
the river mtprovided j 5i'I: 3n '
I i the I'nited Ktatram the year lyj'J' auri 1t:1:11t1: 4 dtt set' the \Vt-t Ibtiir. cud l the ..'ill .o\htJ"r for the transaction of Couutvagrfcablttotaw. base
Court House at tbAt late boar and proceededto ltsv< tn.i b"rIClr".e.brru |:ra titcd m for Juue'orth t.r+rau, "anauel l Mctimtn-v. Ntb4uwl A iTh' 44&i 3n N n' Fair. Stormy & .

the xamiuation of the case. I 1 Dittncf or inIut'tt tl
Tbere the Uatrmeotof Major Hart wasfv > "i.bt..ld. in roar queueoi tie dcriofti .! th* the United "'II''''. It {purJttcd that save nbuvelit 8 5(1f 40 Va'ble Uaia. day of April 36:%.

\ Mtrretturatsd bv the. trstinouv of M r. :erifurv of ib*: Tr fS>,.,. that. ticb claim" wry e uncar'.rtrnArc.tdu.lJpetlr.tad ..u..er. : iMil ; 9 ,\ : HowtAfD.. ,*,... .Ie| used that believer gas v c. not }provided fur sty ate tout) ul iJiciuitit. lasso cuiiif.ltint r>urliffui > th
r t Mujor HART n teniiAUr |Mil m nil aid tbat 181!+ b tMreu the Uo einurnu vfth Unit.t .d tweuttru. city of rMpt r.tctustc..wi+. !be ..Hi i I :<5 .. John Germ ydlty
be ,. Inm the Mjiveand b.' .. wi l 1i1: be usku pro toftto iraimi l+ .u.. 45l ,
i
gat' i..lirarlll.S before drs || Hpain. 1'' 4(1( N.: .. JafsreAMl Tailor, &. ,,"illHAd .
,,sl 1 1 Each clam will be in the form nf And it i* further. ."dt'r..d Ih.aJ It'l. <*rct.r tee ,-
cni. thi- "' also| e"rrubo airs by M.r; preferred a ijj: IW 49 E .. for sale at his rtort reesisdy oaa
I 'ti.IId' over a"I tk "Ultil Hilt lIt'.i'J et.tte111 :: ,
}I"a titiofi iu which the frV iiioiier "iII.et lotto t rip
Nt:.LE. tins ruutd have beeno b> tu oth- ] ticttbir1i\h" tia'ure red 4n,riint rl'the soars par 'uf March m-H in the Florida H rM D.t,f J rt.i! M 07til 51) 8 1\' .. aseonment of foods oft sagjenwi
cr rp 'rtald* "itne t.... though this nuanrrr a eus Au ,. .. "b..bh..iD..1I at a small advance shore
thia IGili 15
.11'-1'| Iii: r at which shy occur .d. and [u 'iut.ne. av ur& |>tfi:>her Itf: .4 41 Rain N.w York
ary, aa linn law a'nutted i i.. but ih. A. A. POTBAM, irilor.i 16 pric.-1 will keep on rand
rM may br] stilt the claini .hat not own brat 51 ;& N \\ l''llr. .byere thua- Boots t1boe.and Gentlaota'n'a J
com*'n
of tarsi ULA.Ir. % b*< (h. nal"w) hadaitebt die "r' i.c in eaid rUiu, wu wul'held, in r.r{> ;'; Jade !"*1' (.111' /Ju' Lt 1'Mid. 161 59 37 N \V .Dlr. fur Winter and Summer dl.
,
to detain any money nf his to '.a)' Mr. How eequriite ol th> d eUin ol the ..rcrrtarj of the ', A tine copy-Atteat, 55 38 .. .. QTGenUeman'a" clothing made to'.....
Tf, K. D. GIUB:;. (far*. I'
LA" \ !el.I.: eur' Th 1'.lt1ionfilr will norvoter .'ered St) 59 48 E ,1 laNt.rubioD.II" nunasr, sad wf

Tl'>e |>ii i."iifril.,rnrf-quht'd an ,uljulll'U'na"ll thii it b<* l.ui" nf.., ertnlll..ln .et eunpl,"" --- 21 71 52 SV' Cloud .
ut thr off wa N atibJKctff tll..tluad Ibdl' Inns .. rat.Estate -
f4..m-nittiult- until hic* ultl Estate of Donald WMHtosh
cu*> 'he > pia- the.! h''p.1tI2| vt'l.id lo,. e U* *..!.I sr 22 62 41 N W Fair. et dflflreHJ It."..
.t.OI..O t.rlr HOIVA n from ill Tro."p. alt VI.ntod u.ks b d euierrd tssttti : r IU; fctUX KluEii: huill'obained L,l I .
A..r M ..,.", tt* tiuv tbn rii.ial cnrtaWith cl 1' arid.; i 1' ten of Arfmiaiaualiun on tlii>abu,.lr!tie i 2/ NOTICE is hereby given, That til .

'I 1.lI ?LA\U, which J.r.'u..d.n. bv 1 1.e f'trion lipid 6 y eke pctitwur, will Lee tomtbftlun. the wants rourtof tfl Juhnscoun. > 252fi 74 CO 8V .' tatr.t.o date benot; the sobeeriberi

iuRu- nay n-lcvait tin. erase before iii filets worth the UIMI. r..ii..d, satin ".III..c.ob.t. ty,all pcteonsbtviuf claim are desired to rre.e.tthe ; | 73 60 .. CloDd sbo"cr 8t Johns oftb. Fiats of Andrew Wheat.tat All<
,deceased.affil
M4JIU 1 1 AST uf I.i slaps f rnursi hejg uo n ay intrreit tnsupp.trtofab.e and g? 78 63 .. Fair. count of hb adaiaistratjon 'to the eta'
ed his i! All cl lure mua b* aged ibn all peranne indebted.> required io wake iu,
ju ruHtrnetii pith U.||tmlan'l-the pri- ; pree one year me- 28 75 County Court of eaid for ,!
sort r then tb*..lnred his iinbihtv to enter into i i| from tin Vt>th ol Jun f..t.I diet pat menu AADREW ANDtRSON. ', 59 Ya'ble Cloudy. that he will County adjaslaasat* '
a rer'snizaacrwds rummittnf Api'ticMione win:| b* napes i at the Chambers ef 29th Ai'ril.1633.l 29 73 62 8 Fair. fresh bJ'f from his Adoaiou tbensfer.pray leave to be i
nt was mae tb*Judge between ihhnra I 30 64 43 SV RaiD & oa.
,/" Wad often nvafntria the lilb' t
out baudetl *
to the offieir EDWIN T. JENCS
to biui
convey data KliUT. MAVAIUNDU U. 31 50 ,, 33 N \V Fair
.
AU March 30. 1-401
to chtin j. tl ben about le NOTICE.
; u to *vn tbe court Judi Mfibf fup'r Court l>iit. I.. rtdall -
bouie. II1U."lu"+ requested if p wsihtetb.: Tom FMUUUA& ,."., Of ozVAPTULATION.AverageMazimum poTrea..e..lIe

should permit him to otnpromise the ca,e, ito ,:lteall Cash 1 8t..lI.I W.ll Minimum 43.4. ee.

Ahichl t replied that I n a.disposed toUllow ': ,.,liE Patent La" directs,that.. lists Prevailing winds, N E and 8 W. TREASURER'S OFFICE I
it if ; ,.[left:: HUUst.ItIUEk: bu raeeivtd by ts9uamroat every TsIIshaasce.March ISib. 1886, I.
Major HART would ro.:..ul. i i JL from ie JL tor. before ha presents hb petition to thea Fair days 21 ; cloudy ; tale15.Obtain. ,
lip replied t tat If 1I1.t.nlotwould Havannah and other late of State bis Y an act psseed2lstNov.1899histided
pay .,.nal.be'..extensive Heeietary eignify ing desire of
hits hii oioiiey aud all costs intoned and eortui nt of FANCY and very elegant aa* lag a ('alnl.hall nay into the Treasury abut T t.>u C A 0?. that all beadt extcnttd by As>
!
m Ac au apnlogy for his abuse at well as for UOOIf.HARDWAtiE.PEKFU.MERY AND ftlAFJ.E DRY I dollars,and shall take duplicate receipts one o'fw 1 112 36 w Fair .n.alW1 be forwarded by the Judge of the<

senudalous iuueudocs thrown outucojoit: him ;::; Arc.which bt will. call fur cash M collateral, s>t s e e- State kh,when receipts be he shall de hw deer to the"bterstary of 56 43; E M tt Florida Coart.and to the that Taurus all Auctioneers of the sbsllqi Tank

end other prisons for their eifrtioo* to bring curry aa low oril toMihle lower than any utl.tr It has bee the present petition. 70 26 N Cloudy In each year commencing the till ef J
prsctira on
biiii to Justice that he was ",Ulan<< to prose luau 111 abe..it,. Ha is determined to doncash the money shove mentioned many to the casts Secretary,to tend of 444 27 N" Fair tlaDlmJi to ..Treasurer under oath ttkfftlfbrttotatJadft

etui no fartHer. I then went hnmr: "nit the I... ....business onlv,and baa. reduced hie prices. SI+w. or ta for ttaprrinb-ndent oft!,* Patent Or."V 546 35 'S a copy ef ail sales effect** \
liriMiurr was cvoeved by the Hheriffto IIJ. cuainmere t.ar for LMM p..I..u.tHmm..., and lla eolicite U ."them'''' /a use Aeml !..* !..r.....,..*ii-rgj:; .... f ....t.|... oil' 65 36 EV ,1 ba.witfa the amount and at what. tarn anal I'
e ; conform the .,...... "...
to directions 4.
HURT'S where I uud'lrstood the matter was the public generally to call t. of tbe UwVuUi* tuoi 8. -.ww.-d. New.sit A..liaete.'
a.lulood.ud .
vats)
.uUl
ecR and nuke the 8 t 6 Fair required to toke notice ef
to be sctptdd. having previooily dirreted "Mr hopes lij strict atttntion 19 banners anal required payments into the said .law sad .esa
W it. inks
Trsasury. Ii2 23 N W S.l or upon their bond be i
mast
Phillips to dUebarethe his the realty rtdaced pries astir aide tu give i ,
pritooer on compliaace o% gftifist them. Indtta
with lbetermspropi.s ry *ati.f.etion. JOI1N4. IIEQ 1C K' It will be a eemplianev with the law in & respect +40 28 It Cloudy. flakes. sac ar oaths County Cc
.. reqaestedwttboat cIeJa
; toper th* sortie Treasurer 11 30 Fair ,. to forward.
Iu tbe I' lit s.let April 1ta6. miioey oi tbe
motniQjt was informed by Mr. United titatetat 1 certified and approved.t&e bonds of A
49
WaahiOfton. tu his 31 "
or credit in NEE .
Phillip tfe et oa going to Major UII"*.. U Is- N. B A eupply.ef fresh BUOTS & SHOES any one or the selected depoahe B.ak.. The 1' S3 32 I. /1 IDtlallr .... CHARLES AUSTfftef

slots or/w a shear by the fire and expressed just. received. .for-sale! above... receipts should state by wbm the paIIItDIIimadllad 1! 58 38 I' II Tn&Iam ..Territory.f Fl...tf*

a c'cterimttattoo to slay there tberrm a1 Jte"ee t I" as.Il", for what obj ;t 16O45 Si ------- .- r
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der of the eiffet, and refused to pay over either LNDKttblfiftCD mm* mtmmf P :: io w As a notice to thi. &Vct was published on the 16 62' 43 .. DC
espccte com RaJa
the morey Wcg tl) detaiurdby M or 'I'UL. the lauds In 3d October last.lulielf'Da time bu elapsed for 'Phi..
the et torvavipg .t. chats the officer bad ta&
; coane no die 14 in ranfcsye.30.31 & 32, ontb ud
fees :1E54 ii
for which S E Fair >
creiion elect.. matter aud ordered biou. east, by the I at of My ensuing,and reS.>ectfi IU t.f btats pstante or 8 opcrimnbdent may brt of sent the' PatealOlice.mt Oectatary 1 58 37 .. ., BYUr ITEDNSSDAT

to go w un bias, as be w as in hi.fUlIocIJ,8arc.lo. j j requests flu private Und c|,hn tuft to fur.'ii
refuted. to co, rind force wj-s with evidence ore nArlDltion.D a ropy of Fire for ; nf 'a1'
vrryoro '
cop pabf n s. pecifiestions., ef 47 8E"/
t fJ pcrly vied to eoeapel him to a1. to the ebe- |} tnrvwy their raspiUiv ellattder yenta the band plstp and&seal certifies nf tb* Keep of be drawlugs, or r.r racorol ssM amenbi. eaenUl 71 55 8 a ,...... .m. mama**.
.
rif'.Indiag transmitted
room (put a Gatrett) to be..re> tatbetUpeilntettdtntorttitPf -
a tifibt &labUc"h1yuao 73 58 i* Le'FIYE'DOLLARS
tnbi him
!
a*uktd ttH J woroiojtwh io obeftience t" nrvey tent Office, m cola where they amount to I lees CloedyRab
; tbelr aepeetira claim HeaVni.tctf>n return th. five dollar. ..dealt 2488 52 SE.. PER MfNVIL
it mittfoiosbo was to be conveyed to Alv ... h n Alta under that s utan
a. *ori'|arts district sometime in tfa. .oath will aotbertettredt 56 49 N \y.. Thick >ATAliX HALT
s.fJF tee uu.71.
I.. or 4)71151
; --- Argue'oc"mphlecwiabi lf 4 G an ianx' JOHN 59 52 NEil
"' : Rn.rn.f"'tt 'Iml' Aarrvl.w ...pUN and KWtfkio Q "rage 97- titewiat, the fif. FOtlSnJL .
D.'I'.7 o. 87& .. 2i .
& 55 24
ufepa +hr r ''* .. 1IfaNf and discharged; i1iNha tGwDll plGA U. f.nU'QUtll end ( N W t 'Aitigttitts. t lkt &
I. 1836. .. ,
April .
'i la r."-d a air for a tony s.r stag proM Fret, -- .t.otal.l--f II. wiv.ij shad .... car s BIan 5Crnewspsptrt8tttherfetdtennI is 39. Fair Ito tat iaeoa1tSCAtITBLATtBsf. ,per jSf :RflfcfafNJT .

'. u' tbd "hrl bid I inamt"diateol, anusbot ubepitenioi b,> ntptMi-nted bv 1AIfM".ail 4. ,
: I t.. 1M.... ... agrot on flu ground when. their cUici. urn cure law. >IJshtia r ..
c u'raryto t. a*sert iua ,. will losers this notice Avenge Mazlauar5U .
( Id. weekly three times 8tttea t
,
U.V.' I ... :=
tip Ito .% .. e' from IIINUTON. ,,Dep lIJur and Mud their 't 'e81
tt ia 4tt me lbdiJiclllt, y Itl AaJaIiDl,3Oua April, liM6. accatuHt tt to fluftr inStnden:ef Prevailing etrisde N W ad Nt 11 I ., ..

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