Florida herald
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079917/00049
 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: June 17, 1835
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057497
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notis - AKP5523
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System ID: UF00079917:00049
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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.-.--= -- .' ---....- :--_. _. I dertake the management of such eggs as are I weight on the breaches of a'tree of that eiie any I I;: FCJULC From the Ladiet Companion for May, Drr eiMg Rid.-Au indolent; scbeffiin
Hr. ts ao AMIABLE. 'I] entrusted to their care; but there is no secret | breaking is trunk near the ground Mr. A. : Tu.... It is particularly oe- (fellow apt a hundred mile from thai
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and in the matter nnd the eggs are thus batched observes flat the cessary girls to acquirecommacd of their lately to rich
A beautiful girl, gay, lively acreeaMi pigeons alight on tbe brancbes because applied a capitalist for the loaD
temper, much
in all of of the
parts Egypt. In tho oven we examined | "oue there effect of their of a considerable'
. was weddsd to a man clumsy fijture another until solid, masses of sum of money. H. bad
coarse fe'turesanct a stupid looking physiognomy. there were at least twenty cells, each I j" as large ashn t;sheadsare formed on the branches 1 they powers reasoning and ol their wit when bad a remarkable dream which had disclos r
A kind friend said to bet one day. perhaps, containing five thousand eggs; so all arinud:" Mr. Waterton asks bow and grow up. depend opens the gentleness ed to him a scheme fur making an fmamsa
how that, should they all take one hundred thousand ,the pigeon inside the solid rood humor with which they conduct fortune. All he wanted the
"'My clear Julia, came you to marry m'ss continue to th emst,lre.. A was requisite
chickens would be produced jo draw t lrealb. woman who would attempt lan (o the in .
that manl" twenty Audubon says that at to thunder with her put plan execution ; and thie
The question it a natural one. My pius* one d eye; or one million seven hundred : sunrise the pigeons bad disappeared and her eloquence tongue would not find he wanted to borrow with the promise of&

L ,.au'), I confess i i. not graceful in his ap>trance thousand per annum supposing the process I:j j 'Mho bowNorj of wolves now, reached our nen.V.. do increase wish ber domestic happi sure return and liberal interest. lie was inquired
, our attractive in hi.e nvc-satiuu. But to goon wiibiiui iuterm l.iau. Two' hundred ; ears, end the &mi, lynxes, cougars bears, :implicitly not that women should of what security he could give ?

he n so amiable. And goedneu, although( similar ovens, kept iu constant operation, oppossums... ana polecats, were seen sneak fathers and yield husbands their better judgment totheir; t! "O, there could be no doubt but th.t his
.. would therefore hatch in the ibrco lug air' Mr VFntcrton but let them support plan would
: succeed and
few fttrinifing: than beauty or it.will please year says th!' uproar the of b* wa willing to
equally nt lease, aud it i.certainly more,duo hundred and forty millions of chickens: so and confusion, the firing of gnus- and cause ceotleuess-reason with nil the graces of female give oh note and there could be no manner

raide.Vo often soe objects, which appear" tin were this practice introduced into Kug- I flashing of torches sreviou'sly described b'1 1 in nf risk in letting him have the moo n y."
land ,," tA man a furious assign Is terrible
rcpuUive at first, but if wi* see tbem rvorydav it 'ul.1'ery speedily reduce tbe price Andubea would barn deterred busts from his eaemel to "Ynuug man. said tbe capitalist, "1 cannot
we become aecuitomed to them, i scud of poultry. approaching; and (tat such a motley assem gusting to ;her lout a woman in a passion is dis furnish l you the money tbe terms yon propose

at le.th not only view them without av>rs- ; St. Jotm't Egypt. Mage of animals fur predatory I purposes isunknown. poet due and friends; she loses all that,I res bo: 1."iIIloalo you something without

i ion. but with feelings nf attachment. Hie{ ; T Mr. Atdubon *s erts tat two kind of courage These to enforce any other interest. which though generally early

;. iwpres.lon whie.i goodness makes out! th* TOWF.R or SKULLS AT ALaIE I. If the !i farmers Irtd: driven hree hundred lean s" ino be considered respect. circumstances should proffered if genuine ia i of much value, and
b-arlis gradual; but it rnuiaiii forever.! JJ- Cull,,,ing from .*.Mnjnr Temploa excursions our hundred miles r* he fatieuni) on ibo pig difference should by bo who advise that no t* not gained without time and sacrifice ;-it

toe an.l. will tell you how 1 cause to marry in I fie Medittemuoan.** hr correct the place eons; hit opponent rfirewdly ask botv this the two sexe. made in the education' of I is advice acquired by experience f-When a

I ay husband. : described would make an admirable study'number of animals were secured. inn forest The young man myself, I often bad golden
I 'I was quite young, when be was introduced for *i I'hrcimlogiftt i : crowded fcy so raanjj ferocious wild b' aits. both as happiness ss and influence of "woman dreams but soon found them as evani* cent

for tbe first time iota>> the house of my :. They took us to Ira a most remarkable Audubon certainly sflers,| in the luni.s; of Mr. every relatiion mothers, tall Indeed in and unsubstantial as the morning mist ; and

: parents. lit ws awkward ia his manner, edifice, called liurger Roes; which" a* its 1V'atcrton.i tbat it, so much depends on, the discovered that I could nut grow rich in bed

Btcoutb in bis appearance and my compatt- :name, implies is n tower entirely constructed N_ }.. CQI1I, Adv. cultl'ated.Ve temper ought to be most carefully and asleep but tint riches were to be acfltiiPAtJ .
t ions uts.1 often to ridicule him and I cnnfeti human skulls, reposing in !inf should nt.t.trer..rl.m- ---- ".- ...._- lir indus.n'. ... r ..!!:_.l....__ .....I ,_ !._..+.
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.. !. ._ rows -- ngine they can balance ill humor". 'OJ --.0
, I was freqaenly tempted tu ,oils them, but mi- intervening layers of tno Hones IIC tlioaj.pftrtaing .- 111r.1'edicaris! .,tlieCrrek wbu is good I quality and by some wide awake. If ills desire to'be rich(which.
1 eras restrained by my mother who u e4 to bodies. This curious tower"" stands: at Naltlnrotstateetbt.following lecturing f in fact, there is nccompliibment; because, by the way beyond a certain extent 1 would

i "y to me in a low voice. "He it so nmia1Ma ,.I close to the sea, at n little distance from the facts in vindication tt modern; rcu.nrkable Oreeee-- of tenderness none in the which can supply too recommend fur it is only piling a load of

I !" And then it occurred to me dual$ ho fort, or Jures' Soak and is At present tit.en ; "No sooner had cirrnustaueei. If'oman. It is in tbe female sex. I care and anxiety upon on"*s ono back,) it
. eras always kind and oblijjmpjand feet in height mid growing middle rank of life mutt ordinarily be b the
whenever ty nt its base ten feet in out of the belitereat; state td all the rest of that' we 'behold woman in .U her glorymota accomplished ,
our tillage assembled together at fetes diameter but tapering to its manner and method I ha vest tied -the ex-
our summit; with { Europe, compelled the Turkish doll! to silk and jew els, ;
carry a .
wed dances hexes these puppet to bo colttluat h..dl. Ita .1InWld
+ always Ibo data, what are 10 rare I. '"
at knowing
disposal i space is occupied I jVernmotit to grant to their; subjrct. the dangled by coxcomb children ao i.'..i rprwintte J_ ...... w'ye-.nu.' tl'r1iUmatJ' CAC'S
;i in of the I.-. .mistress..."<:<.. .of. or sill.oess men that
t caused them to be Of'c'reled.' Orbcrs build it: though there was required to t J than their vessels fattened* the lark Sea to morrow; always jostled out of the frugality and economy jon may ra
: Iaup bed at his siagularit in this : appears no doubt that food tbe Meditterranvan: winin 'irh( \cr, trun' place which nature and society would tiottitlly 1 expect to accumulate ;-and whatever -

i I thhr erc,1 Iu anrsel "Uo i.reapeel.lu athia but. "Muchtt they accumulated taillious nf wealth, : :nd assign her by sensuality or contempt; admired is acquired! in this way will p..seillOl.

. I We. nor arils orisin. preserved I r possessed four hundred Inrgp vet.el.. bleb, but not elported; desired butane esteemed idity and durability ;-but do not indulge iu

I Oae morning my mother' called of (Tri'tian.except. '.that. the skulls are those,;tbouch constrneted without mathem-.tical ; ruled l I.y fashion, not affection; imparted the delusion dreaming riVA."-5alcrn 0&tcr&r. -
me to To
her t boudoir, and told me that the is nccni"i!>ily! covered with prcstrvo i it% it knutslod! fi f',"ere models of form and lees sty, her "weakness not ber constancy; to -
young n Chat of mortar; eivmg evidtiieo of the innate the l sex should exalt the
same : sense of; ; source and mirror
who it hut
man now my husband had made fenpUe4ti when I *iw if, j,
n fi : of this hnd I of
n'i part beauty nndcomtructive I II
for h..nt. I fnlioi ( talrnt in the living vanity. Cholera in Tea. Tho Memphis ,
In, was not ., l down, and e po,ed to view ''I Christian( Wo Memphis (
theghatt Greeks her
at this i for 1 already! suspected' that hers- lygrJntjMJ *kuiU.'f which presided nvcr the !. see as a n ife, partaking the cares Gazette, of the 14th ultimo is issued
I I creation I.r the ancient and | and cheering the anxiety of for husband di- j'
statues i ,
carae-a: me nun au niiertjoti. r j in a half sheet with this explain-
, ofaai I of i
yrrstruer i th" llcnthftfl Gods. No riding hit labors domestic
plilcrd in adilorama, aad hardly kijow J .ne.urr had the by diligence ion
Delirium 7Vfroe s.-Extract from 'I reforming spirit of Sultan Mnhnioud : speaking cheerfulness round her for
bow to Rcl.'b a I recollected' fin Ihe'sc- given ) j ; his tike On account ofthp continued prevalence
ill- ,
fjrorcd look and hiinwkwanlncis, I und iiiniihcr of n scrim of {cssny published scope j to education, than n college ntpio in'the sharing fire: refinements of the world without of the cholera we have been obliged to pub-
1 rns til I. the Springfield Gazette on the ItlauiJ r,f Srio. nhieh. nt the being: vain of them; placing all her all
subject of expiration pride,
oa tbe point of sattug'I will not wed hi ,," 'I I | j j i lUh the present number on a half sheet-9I
.... nppraucc: | of fiyryeani.unsfunmhednith all the her happiness, in the merited
J I Ihlufbed i for him, which is menus approbation of our journeymen have been tick but aro
proof that I even thru Irk.t.r. a .rron g Delirium tremcns is ono of the most insu- I' of high insiriction.and: numbered) eight bun of the man she honors end lotrs. I I natr convalescent.

Hat wiieu I recalled the 'nmy; excellent
tti his rharacter.and dwrlt on his benevolent net with it. nro nt one limo, perfectly or independence tai tcrifflr.
and gnod) actions, dillllulled; the id* a otlr4) .nod nt nn..thcr, ludicrous bc' anal : srhuJa..many them having hurried tended from their infancy; training them up I s rsinee its prevalence beret Almost .,erIIen'tD ) ,
uubiug{:; him(ram my I J.r.'IPnC"e. I could hot- conception. ; and sometime. ir the patient is I i *hack from the Universities of Germany, to thought and virtue, to meditation and be- j i has felt more or lets the symptoms;
retolvo a man: talent! they are the wddrst mixture | formed themselves info n sacred "aunllion uevoleuce addressing them rational '
to afflict him, .n.' I whispered to orilie tuUime as beings which have produced great irecautkui.l'>ul(}
and ludicrous, at dolug baitld against no overwhelming { and preparing theca to be men and .. *afro areas t.
ffljielfIc( is so ainiaide! ouo moment from** sr &r'h. 7 ho no disuse *
cliillm' ;: the attendants uith horror .. I foree.with enit" unsurpassed nt Marathon f r a au .e: yW". vui) _, Smedkiue
'lie !
.. "i fetHK'tor
continued tn visit me, cncou ed'l.y; nrxt Hlrnnlt I runvuMu tiem wnti laughter.ant a ... ..-.1.-9.. .. .' I I : IMPIA' Com*. There is in Ira inception api'6e Chotera.Although : .

my parcuU and cheeredhy soya mft'. My I have area n mill busily IJir illti1!t i(xck |f\\nr.tr' stilt sad 1 t arty a SKfSSP II.0..f. \ C,run w Meh habit has rendered more iUdi'-1 the uuoabcr ease has increased {
tlier adiin.-cr one t+y one left mo, hut,. ltd' l.'SI'.V-'hVCu' the j lie to a host ofshallotv tour it.,n bo have to too wants of our families; tbe is much milder; frequently attacks .
not regret their absence. I .v|'v" .t <..w :: cuaniHi->re of a devil that was diffused, false impressions as t.. the qualitiesand our farms than this. The late John Taylor ', yet type into billions fever all
run formerly,
*xi>rcs ion. "He is"o ninial lef so of en gateit just' ready to politico upon him-in a moment capabilities vf the Modern Greek Virginia termed it our "meat meal and ;
na- other attacks into Cholera
kerned to me to carrv tlio saute meaning more the scene wr. changed; millions of lion," j11z anure." Holding! tqis high rank in our farm ran a
Our Sextoniaformsus tbat six
al "lie it so handsome. laved him and rats prauccd over the bo'l, clothes, and hi n- !I economy, it is n subject of moment to adept personahave
took him as my "bu,''iand. I mused himself i'h th-lr tumbling overmen I; tho best mode of culture. As many districts died since our last. His rejHirt, willow
other The visions rare ca'c. Tuuel, flOTI.o writing* nub say iu sh that since the cholera came here there
:Sin.-c; then i havo Dot only been rescued: mauly very e- nro shy producing; wheat, and as tbis
to m)' fate but happy., Mi -.h. "d I III vane+cont. the scene changing constantly {|, lugs' of Dr. Johnson ant rrptctp wiili good is seriously threatened by the new (to us) have been 35 deaths.
/ and souud and it is with
144'4! Rae d"vnl"'U .." n+ tr cauThclp Ibv- but sometimes the same vision will continue scale morality not wheat insect,it become moro a matter of
lee .;n, "Uo( is o"amiable.** j fora great length:; of time. I out proprictv {bat he has been termed the to render our corn solicitudo Cobbett ha* published "a fardvell letterto
crop productive.*
There is something exceedingly touching !I I recollect a patient who sat nt his window real Englth Moralist, *-'I'ho following.! Hut at this grain demands more labor in its.I Sir Robert Prel, aud a hearty welcome .

}a ibis love which beauty entertains fur good- ,j I I all day watching the movements nf a devil II finecdoto in relation to this celebrated man, culutro than other ,grain crops, itis moreinv I Ipnrtant : to his; successor,'* in wbicb be observes
nets,aud there is no longer a duuht that I I who he said, had a her iu his baud, nnd".1 I I taken from one of the lato Ilit+graphics of I on the scorn of profit that it should : ..

wwo omen love from n feeling of bencyuj j flying about, raising up this and that building Hannah More, is now going tbe rounds of ;: {be, well)managed; for if thirty bushels. an acre "It U curious bow this thing called tho
'eats, or tender companion regulated by i irt with It. The delirium in this case had f' iho papers:"Dining one day with Dr. i: be j, considered only a remuneration. for tbe la- I Government i England bas worked along
\..", Such an aflVctiou will know, ; no n i irbiofr. sin;;rains lerm lwti..n. H5 wife was ah Johnson, whose spirits the company were I j her, bestowed on the crop-all that tbe : witb regard to we. Since about the year'
r -
It bas a firm baits, and will endure sent and when she came home ho said let' anxious! to revive Miss Hannah More urged I' falls short of this must be a loss product and.I 1767 it bas grown into new motet OYI -

through life. I II I her, "\\cl{ wife, I'm glad; yon have como : him to take; a little wine. His reply was- all that it exceeds a uett cain to Ibofult "a- ternment'audldo i I verily believe tbat the bis-
II I I I bnme.for theses a devil heratbrt says I mu t I **1 cant take n little child therefore 1 never' tor. Tbe first consideration regard to ibel i.tory of my life will t>e the history of its life

Visit to the Egg'Hatching Owns o/Caf- I git with hiin.au! I ,,'nnl)c/u loilmVhimouY' touch it. A Abstinence as easy -to roe as care crop, ,is to give it a dry mellow toil; thecond for we have be.Ollt war from the day ol its

Tbe4batcbing oven consists nf a sours r 'find l from.thatjinomcnt ho tats nothing more of fret react, would. bodilGcult"s ,that this s..il;!he rich, fat nr Grti1.: and :birth; or, at least from its very laflhc). It
saal>>1 clumbers or fide of a snioll) passage; iu which they open; cast the, devils nut or their hUlbud.al s i, ,' ,,,.' T x sacra*)......--,. j in and the ' formidable assailant except myself; and
tbe door"a)'. when tbero are eggs within, easily its this. III this connexion Itill raw_ $f* make'lAonry'l 1 Do yon complains vet grouD.!'. norsilffYIays. nor poor grounds tbe war between me and it w <*....ui/ ..
foul* dosed a ith mat. In tome .,f ;the\ mention l the termination of another cage related hat yon base nothing to'bogie wiq-repay, by their product, the labor required curious: a matter*ft'* ever attracted the attention
cbanibcrt the eggs bad been artily put iu, b tu me by my friend Dr. -. Tho ]you say bas a farm nud Harry has one thou ': on a crop of corn. He n ho has au :I of mankind.
aad were perfectly white i in oihersbaviug. already patient fur ssvrral days and iiijht had hci it I sand dollars but 1 have nothing.' I sty to t see lands but these, had better bestow 0-1 I II

undergone many changes, they exhibit chains: dogs cats rats, dcviU, &r. f-om gar ;you look at. your hands and tell me what ladies j upon .. objects' ,and buy his corn. .! The National Gazette extracts from the
a dirty yellow color while iu sevcial I ret to cellar. Alia l nth ho went into the \ I they are '...rlb. Would you take one thun- \We think the belt 1 preparation for com h a 'London Court Journal notice of the newItrilub

cells, tbe embryo having been warmed' into, room where the family wns, took doivn tho i Mud dollars for them or for the use of them clover huh, "covered with long manure 1 oiinistry.: comprising Hricf biographical (
life, bid shattered its prisouaud was cinergiag family biblr, road a totigrhapter, then tusk 'throughout; your 1 life If yon ca-i mllkohntr j from the barn hard well ploughed and well sketches; o each of its memt+en. It is an
through the br>knn shell. Nothing i is, cd the (Jr.to pray. At the conclusion of a dollar nj clay with theta it would nut j jbe harrowed It is better to give sixty loads of i interesting piper at this time. The matter

wore common than this process nf iacu sa- of the prayer he snare from his knees a saue I If a bad bargain, for that sum is more than dung to three ncresthau to tea upon the ordinary I of the notices, however is chiefly genealogical iI i-
ties. man. I I, tho interest of moro than two thousand l dui! lands of Ibo information to be
which iu fact, fills 1 under the eye![(if f our neighborhood. The,difference I most important
every man: ; and the principal' of the Egyptian, It is a remarkable fact that devils are almost ''I Ian so that if you are Industrious, and liar- > j in product will not make up for the given of most of the official gentlemen, being ,

b t.aiug: ovens in which heated atmosphere, always among the visions or j I, i ry is lazy you are more than twice as etc b difference m labor. Corn can hardly be dunged their family connexion., Thus the Premier ,
performs the office of the hen It also ceuerIU 1 can remember but very few diac.sC'j j as be is ; and when you can do a man's work [ too high. What we have to recommend is. depicted in the following manner
understood; yet 1 could not behold without | tientt that I hive seen suffering nitb it. that and make a dollar' a day you are four timet that j II not common in the culture ol ibis crop "yitcooaT MRI.BUCBJVC:, First Lord of .
admiration a thick stratum eggs.acted d I did not in the course or tho attack see a devil I, as rich and art fairly worth four thousand j is tbat double the usual quantity of seed bo I I the 'TrraurlTbi.. Nobleman, who has

upon by an-iuvisible fluid,bursting into tpnntaaeout commonly they see a grent many. A man 1.. dollars. Money and land therefore are not |11 applied-tbo number of plants to be reduced II I just completed his, Guyor sixth year, ttta/ried

motion, rolling agaiast, each otljcr," once ran in great haste to a clergyman of m)' .,:. the (only capital with which a young man at i the we.dlng-inorderto ensure three Lady Caroline ronwab]. daughter uf thee .
cracking: opening; aud disclosing each an acquaintance and said, *show me quick, j| can heglutlso world Ifhe has good health! i'four| stalks in each bill;-that the Toots b Ear qf Uesborongb, and Is bas broth r*ss*
organized and aui mated b-'ing At tames 'quick that passage Resist the devil and be II I J I and is industrious, even the poorest boy i in i not broken nor the manure thrown to;Ibo law to Lord Duncaunon.. is a widmver ;

the chickens are out of the shell they > are will fly from you-for tbero ore 'more than 11 I,I our country has something tu trade upon ;; i surface. by the plough but that the harrow since 1633, nUb an only son the Hon. ,'.
carefully removed into the passage, which forty devils after me, tberes a legion! ( of'!: and if he I be betidei well educated aDd ha,o i j and cultivator be substituted for it. which George Augustus Lamb, born in 1807.. His
is divided into numerous compartments'by' them.** I recollect one man who went one 1';I skill in any kind of work' nnd add to tbis,i will sufficiently mellow the surface and I ,Lordihlp's father. Sir PenUton Limb. Bert,

small ridges if clay from whence when I n step beyond most patients-be saw dcyils moral habits and religion, principles,so tbltbil ,destroy the weeds; and tbat the bUll be but who was raised to the 1'eeroeigl77"0, wedded .
qua; ters. ".The passage at the time of our This man was possessed of fine talents had| fidenee. ', in him he may thou be said to set t the manure is waited, tie roots broken basks and' suit to the.Dowager Ladv Byron
visit was filled with chickeus;of which Here a lovely family; and was surrounded by' a out in lito! ''With a baadtopo capital and certainly nud bruised aDd I limited is their rage for feed by whom, b.I.n. besides the pnsentPremier. :

must nave been many tbna.8D"I, not mi re great number of relations atnoug whom be ,hat a good chance of becbming ind e- the crop more exposed to injury from drought, adaabirrEmUy; Couatnt Covr-
than one day old, c IrIg. moving about> Mould have been almost an idol if he had'r t pendent 'respeetabli, and tub, as aft'' and the labor increased per. and .two. younger sous. &ir r.4.riekLamb
aDd aesthog about each other. titoues t>UMoaCi not thus given himself up to destruction.: in the country. ** Ever, man is the maker !1 lithe fodder which the stalks and shucks Ambassador at Vieaaa and tbe late
sod at iaterrals. like Iteppiec lo) a of his own fortune..' All depends upou setting 1 afford is an object'to the farmer as these ccrI1 Mr. George Lamb, Under Secretary$ of

htook, e..blld us to traversti the seven rol''!; OrnilAO/o/ry./ have received a letter out upon the right principles Iud they tainly will be when tbe advantages are ap> State.
wptrtfOCBU. A number low tubterra.aeaaceHs from ,Charles Waterton of Walton Hall to j are these : J predated the securing these in'good toad i I- Next cones the Marqais of Laadsdowne

in which au eqwiltrraperatnrel: is' Robert Jameson, Esq. Regius Professor of 1. 'BE t-IDCSTRIODS.: ) lion,is a matter of iojportaoro. To d'e who described after the tamo fashion,aa

otalatataed by fires of duag coromoniraio a' Natural History &e. The object ol this lety I Ib Time and l\ill.are your capital. this, well as to tosses crops from the effect ItS are also Lord Aackl.... Lord UoHtad.. and J

Mffieieflt heat to the hatefefeg rooms '\ ; ter appears to be to provo the inaccuracy of 2. Bid('lAvina. clearly autumnal frosts, wo recommend :thepractice Lord Duaeaoaoa. Tire 1n1'ia tbe order of

aperturet ia thu four. Few persons ,for any l Bfit3iof time the intense Tbe author regards tbe lam'Dted'iltoD as : .' io wed,of cutting the crop at the ground, as Right Hon. Teoafaa Ppriae* ,
beat of these oreat. We were glad to make; i i an ornithologist superior in genius, research 3. BB rfttroxii soon as the corn b glazed,or the surface of> CbaneeHor of tW Bzebefser. and though
oar eteape end oa asttiug forty Into ,beKreett I j and accuracy to Auduboa and quotes tor- wf Say.. ,wlat too,can, .do without.1 the kernels has become bard,and of immediately 1- ho Is a commoaer sad a botitical tbaracter

after making our ta ey Arab hnod-, ira) statements and descriptions of the latter 4. .r"otttisz setting it op ia to ripen and core. This or sniper fast., tbefiretfefenija oo given ia
f..e preuBt, we found the aleiospbero! at: which be deems as incorrect. Ho I-d. Let year eco+.wy,,be always fade7r p bavo always been enabled to do early In the notice of biaa k. to sate that 'ho /tprewati. -

Cairo, at MOOO, cool sad refresbiog. Res-, with great: wveHty Auduboo't aecoun .1 Bit, taReM, ..I I'I'&It. Jtotamberand once in the last week In A u. .aast possesses tie estates oftwoao- -'
,eetiaf this W the 'I IIf The quality of tbe grain is got inn r- cieat families settled ia iMkid, ia tit.*. reign I
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process toady pat I pasteofcer pigeon. Mr. A. asserts t : u t.II..TD era 'IlLUue gsat* "" .
ve prevalent to Earope. It boil been sap p ti-, be h. /maoytrfenwofeetin di : Iidlod kist 0__ id1 firths quantity in ocr opinion,tiimiaisbed of EUaabe.rth*Ricet ef? MtBBjl Ff eschard. ;, : .
led that the it it ,, .. 'tnbd> 'of managementaad its quality I and the 80riagsMth .CatfaaajBs4 lODe
secret as termed, is known ter broken off It DO great tlist4acerst4ace figroaad aag p,, ythbi ,
<*ly to a few village ia Aek.4e, by the jveiht of,roosUng pi ''t"lekllIoh "'.,- I much Improved. Gtntui t: short areas j lsthgtderoiodNti, ,+tascatb0.
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J I i If :rice Jtetfatf S tlcl'* Tile crtisyiw of iaUrett i And welfare of tho rity of Key West: accuttotacu to trench at the footstool; .f
wblcu t tt1 be hU be used.
I may Me.. lave formed a ,.rreo Planting i and pert. would propose to entirely) annul power.
MpLRI1)4 there arise conic vigorous shoots at the.foot Augusta Portland' Advertiser die ebartotthe of incorporation by an act of There can be no palliation for the act kquestion.

MELD of 4 mulberry tree, 8 bole must be dug aw or Society. The Cou8 la *
"u"18. J eight inches' atep! near each shoot.ioto whicbtho proposes to ergaeita one i desire of a respectable and dls- I been aa inducement to repeal the cbirurr

EVERY J: D CS AY. shoot.ust tie laid without twisting it oreirttiiig C et,(N.AI of the at loa.. Was,that thebimshose i but it could bo no excuse fur hLbiGJ ..

i ,/. t .e t t i it from the tree. Il h then to be t io' .,'tin' ''it,If be eta. pockets or others. If evils really elllft(.
secured is its place with crotchettor wood ,' -- cube the ballot-bo>> might have cured
I b & aowU. o.ttI"" tseeselfei toplaat oa regard to tberight Legislative there. II
mold weicB anti *
atia and covered with good
of iacorporation done the law
..acJ.tia.5OfJ trees a year for 2st 'years to Ceu repeal a charter wrongs were gave a re...,.
1"r.11 picssedover it,and the end of the shoot wSg These pleasant omens-prelim* which they bad before granted. We couceivo There was eo call, for such extraordiatrghlatioo.
are Jh
S>oa.a.Afa .M1 'U ItU ,,,,. ..?., t. rM. vff MUU, I .t.i Ygtt come. ,
DATABLE HAL t AftLT tar ADVANCE. It will be farther necessary to place by the iaary blots-earnests of the fottre.Tbt .. that such a b
side of the layer a stake to mark tbo place "'" ,t J unless there had been a violation of the ei- days would have terminated the City c.tj[

: ...* A ADveftTtsittttnTatittcfted One Dollar and prevent itt being trodden. It must likewise New-Orleans Bee of the I 19th uttbaa PBcen. terms of the charter, by the acting of cil.
of this affair In the
to opinion
we after the On a representation your Committee.
for the first Insertion and FiJQ watered immediately ope- from Nexiros lit
per severe tbe following intelligence said
the the United 8tatosthre act of 29th Is
null '
ratios and often afterwards as be necessary \ nezt Congress January Iud to
Gea4 fot each (subsequent one. Lonfcw as may arrived yesterday .
Tbo brig Halcyon,
advertisements in proportion and no to maintain about it a proper state of file of the Carets do Taroaufi- can be no doubt that this repeal act of the because it b contrary to the organic .U
brought us a Council be annulled.and the Committee
trill be loss than moisture. San Legislative will yet your recommend aa SME..
considered that
oeD a square the pas, op to the 7th bit. happen act of incorporation pf the 2d Feb. 1822 be cation in Congress to repeal the
The and smooth twigs same ...
A discount made jto these who advertise young among ta Anna has taken the field in person with .
Statute Book be
restored. oar
bytaeyeir.uoivertttv branches of the mulberry may be passed forces and has enured Zacatacas not polluted with us.
] through a basket or vase perforated at the numerous which it is supposed will IOta be under We are really sorry to find that already in denee of personal le=:isbtioo.

at which-, he was educated, and bottom and filled with earth well.manured. his,control. Letters written iron Chilpauciogo this Territory the baleful doctrine of Nulli- Toe, also recommend that proper Ittft

the office ho has filled, and the notice con I The twig must be cut ofTfour or five inches stile that the adherents Alvarez are faction seems to be gaining ground in our be taken to procure copies of such repret&>> .

eludes with tome account. ol his ancestors. above the vase or basket and the mold kept daily diminishing and are reiiforcing tbe'troopl i' Legislative boil,. If earned to eCouncil.tatioru were placed before the LetWaiirt

The greater portion of the biography of aJII'II in a duo state of moisture frequent water oldie widenr. ills outposts had extent in the Uuited :States, the lawsliberty, .

majority of the ministry is derived iog.Vheo been attacked 'by pi Colonel>Moro oa.io which welfare and' permanent happiness of the Union CEO.ALEX.E. WEAVER. J

from Books of the peerage, and the most a mulberry tree is well spread thoboughs a few men were killed ; w hick wade Alva will bo b PATTEt1.9ON.Cean' '
WSI. ( iaUIit.
nearest the ground have not been lopped CASCELLIUS. II. SIIA\\!.
prominent idea suggested, by the perusalQrtbe rcz complain to General Brvo of a useless
aotfeet is, that the administration of tho some of branches at tho distance of shedding of blood ; forgetting that bo is responsible The following is a copy of tbo report of On motion of A. F. Tiff,

British Government: entirely in the hands six feet from each other may bo bent down for this wanton effusion of blood orlotaof Ibo Committee at Key West after stating Resolt>rd. That the report of the Com '

cf the Ar.t cracJ. and secured in tho ground so that the ends lives. tbe act of the Legislative Council repealing tee bo accepted', and hat the same be pat
shall not rise more than six or eight inches lashed in tho Key West Enqnirer.
The government has approved an act 01tbo tho act of incorporation of the City;
above the surface. (8i aet'!) A.
Chamber or Deputies, restoring to Ibo further that under tbo actor ON. Mayor.
Fis the Is They report
following a A
Migration cf u. I All the layers made in these different true cap .
spirited and amusing description of the periodical may bo seperatcd from the parent tree in way tho duke of Monteleouehs property that hadbeeu 1832 above referred to, and now attempted A. F'/f1ET. ae't. Sle'g.

passage of fish from the Black Be* autumn of the second year. They may bo confiscated by anordio&nce of the 27th to be repealed the present City Government

through the Bosporus, or channel aboveConttaatioople. cat off four inches from the parent trunk betaken May. 1833. consisting of a Ma)or and Aldermen was organized -

carefully with their roots and small 1 Tbe captain of the Halcyon reports 'that legally nud according to its provisions

The wind routinuiug two or ihre days fibres and up placed in the nursery or permanently it was tbo current cpiaioD that a pitched ; and the members of this board having

from the north, wo were surprised at beholding established in an orchard. In the nursery battle would ensue sofa between the troops hrelll\TOrn iatu office were to' serve until

a sfegular rippling ':appearance in the they in set at the distance of six feet under Santa Anna aid Alvarez in the stateol the fint Mondav of April instant. That

aiidst of the waters:!, of the Bosphorous form from each other ay and in the following "ear.b Zacatecas. I among other duties they collected taxes aud

fog a dark srrpentide line abont a mile and a heading then down four or five layers T expended; the tame, for the improvement of
half i in length. Over and all around this rip- may be made from each. By these sThe income of J.hn Jacoh Astoria one tare streetr and to promote Ibo health and

PIt ig was assembled: a prodigious concourse one hundred trees may be increased in four million and fifty tlouxand: dollars every comfort o east City. That neither the

of aqeatfc fowls. swans cormorants.:peliransptsgato years to eighteen hundred; for the parent y'ear. He receives every month one hun Mayor nor Aldermtnlu\'o received any compensation

t, solan geese, docks quails divers trees after the layers are seperated from them t Bred and tweet,- thousand dollars every for their services, but the same

&c.; Hhieh sb.iekcJ in hoarse consert as they being replaced in a straight position secured t day upwards of four thousand dollars; were rendered gratuitously to the City.

dived open the mjri.tll.r Pelamyde, (fur to a prop, mauured, and "watered generally and every hour upwards clone :hundred amiseventy That all tbe money collected has been expended

tucb they were) which floated down I in retrieve their strength and make productive dollars,every minute three dollars for the public good,and not fur tho

mid ch.anel.V! .I. they were beholding trees. and every second about five cents. Ha la), private emolument or any member of this

*hif ?" iaVr ol>po<< tt .nnni from the windows down to sleep at night. lie rises in themorning. linard.
or Urn MRee, tne boats train Ooot ioti.opi. TRAffSPLAltTIITO' FOR IJE GES. ST. dflQlJS'l'1.171
and adgeieing villages t l-egan to arrive, and After standing tbo nursery .uitabU His estate has been working for Your Committee bate heard, that a fcrr n "'lfe.tl..t sTiiKE 17 18:11.
trim wbJU ha slumbered, and has made for of wjiom naturalized I art\' t
must are .
then commenced the ancient fishery which time the trees may be transplant ed for m a- persons =- = -- .
has been so ranch celebrated in tho golden kiup hedges. I prefer transplanting in the him, ready to&e put beside his dish of coffeeon sen,.nol perfectly 'tluatume.1 in puT law, Ipermission of'Pi'iDe Pro'idrjjce. tII.In.-

Tenet or Oppiao. spring. Great care should be taken to preserve the breakfast, table, every morning a objected to tho payment ol taxes and fur Dr M'lVffia will preach in the Presbjtenti

But this the fine neat and snug sum, upwards of twelve hundred the purpose of avoiding> the payment orb ie Church on tho .
to return shoal proved only the very roots. hedges for fences ) Council Sondijr nast. 2lat iDS: at 11 s'.j
Advanced guard of the gnmd army of the no- be wanted, the young trees may betoken dollln.-H. Y Jeffersimian same,petitioned the Legislative also knit torepea'tbe clock, A 31. -
lamydes which were coming du\tll'rrocn Pa/ from tbo seedling of the last 'I'tof o City Charter.
year. Our British West India friends about, of
U. Af to turn to good account the diQcnlties attending 'aslcnl to our
citizens representative
the bleak northern blasts and when active patted" our bur on Sundiv last bnoml G
and equinoctialptft. once established i is probably the -
the fotrrcourso
direct commercial between modification
; wale slight
praying (or !
most permanent of any other. Cattle must Charleston to Mobile. She requested to be a J
r the United States and Cuba, in consequence Charter There It evidence
Before mid day some hundred boats having not bo allowed free access to the hedge whil of the burdensome discriminating of the was laid before theCouDcil ported.TUC&XMIXOLK.
arrived tho numbers of fishes capturedwero J one .as they would destroy altogetber.but that tbu last petition
duties imposed by Spain on the vessels of chile it would seem that the first
after it has become XDUM.V learn from
prodigious. The boats were a good fence
navigated they
t may thiscountry. A letter from Havana, under rrcried a largo hare of :
b1'.rk.. Arabians. 'h it with mentinned I {petition /m/tourrM. that ttk.tatemeat of
and Greeks,habited rip roat advantage. Tho moro it date of ih..uemptmurder .
15th Charleston of the Ian
May, published at the
in the diversified and- richly colonred costumeof i. broken and lacerated b, cattle the moro says- eon i4Ifrntinn. by! then section of this law which h in eireuUttoo. is intorrtd.| .
their respective) nations throwing their impenetablo it will become: for above recited. By Thai the matter oft
as every "You are aware no doubt. that Nassau nil the which. has treivont qoarr l betty
zebra, and pulling Against the rapid. cum tit branch broken a half dozen shots will imme- stan i i. provided money the
I and that
partirf. there
has l
been made a free port, and several of: been collected l h y ibi: Curs i are an ind.cwnati
bawliag, shouting, and wrangling for the prices i cliatelf start out. till the bitch forms a per the Spauish: Houses intend to try that route 1' any manner, shall be over to the Justices : ho.li.it, amen: the Indi.ne ..-..... tiM ,Ctatti.

,with for which the fowls they pf\jwere tho even air, who forced intrepidly to contest i feet bramble.as This mode is three therefore recommended ob -that ir i ,they will send th, vessels to ports I of nnration the Peace of this paid, City under" heavy" pen The Indmn HAt'.i-rt's llaji.one of Cro ljj'tl
I descended to seize the fish when strugfftJitg ..:suplyiog food for silk important keeping in the U. S.clear for Nassau 'discharge the allies, and this whether she money bad beenexpended cab rlirril: and .ijineJ an aeknotl,d,:eni.Bt

amidst the meshes of their nets. The the trees low, that the leaves worms; bo cargo there* so as to get tbo certificate by ( on public improvements. or l1ut..t ihe ra'id sy of thiTre..ty of4 Pajrnc. Landing
may which to claim back the duties paid iu ihu then n provision fur dpi mss:gf any U> further I
It tbvSuwda.* Jet"re, which pothered from tho is not | learn IbAt seventy eight of the
ground children ,
PViSitiUO'r''' ... whole' OMV -- by U. 8. then take io again the cargo, and unexpended! fiafauce that may be left l-ut n !,, with
most and impresstvo I treeftfBPtilhi'Ul *nod and almost ae- bring it here. Unless of nunn > tetrral rM..r. came in and ttjitii.lika .
stfpero' spectacles 6 w .. some further excitement cool and deliberate demand our private .
bad ever beb.ld. TtiU eeetipallon rontinurdwithout but the eeeond aar. "'. Itt ,...1..w...L. ::.r.. .Y e veufeci is added 1 bf* **"-- 1 ;w--":-w" iuuu ,Y *k...,.... ..f all the tales that have arknovTlnIeuieur.ad ethers ire combs m

ceasing during day and night till the tops should bo cut of and the side branches call nyW route to Nassau, and we this t,11 '1P.ttll .since tho incorporation of cbita.,.,'
fourth morning when be last of tbo shoal trained with the your especial attention to it. It remains Tho I .
; laterally hedge by interweaving however a question whether buratnfaradi nnti oarfri th wtoWfflv.l Tit l'itetl SMtttMilitary Head. An I
.pawed Terapia. Ptlamyi is the torn given them. effectual meaiurcs.cin be taken as Nassau any received by our intelligent fellow citizen i ii priaiKm w..made at ttta bat session of Cos rep j

a By the anciffiU to the young tunny when under will probably become evidence that here, !where the facts are well fl3: OOrt tJ'tn!Nr. fnr the of the ; s
a depot for repair
a rear old. Thq tunny is the same with Wealing Sp takks. Mr. Curtis tho celebrated 4luce, and die your pro. known, the reputation of the meinbeia of road between Wito. t
Spaniards gill tliineity and I
there Penucola
the Spanish mackerel; a largo fish of tbocosher occuhst, in a recent publication i is to purchase it and bring it'here.go:' direct this Corporation will not bo effected by the the road: between that put
kind the itomber tik sinus of Unseat. 1'erleGhIlt>o teaching the worlJ.tbat when passage of this extraordinary law. The 3d thisn'fy cad Pito.r.il! 1tf
tile ore nis lamosa and txlamys or other an individual feels obliged to TTesr glasses. I _. section is calculated to injure the reputation I' .placed, we undrrstaod. nitdrr the fopr tfI

writers. It has,eight or nine fins in the fur the first time it is immensely important O.&U"N.lCd'l'IONI1.. of the members, because it give* 'the impression nee of Capt. URADLCV. of the U. 9. Army. tfi tft

binder part of the back which as well as the to future vision not to here the spectacle --- 4 to those. unacquainted with Florida I.. : Capt. UDL&.at rotnmence the rejiaan

as the abboraiual fins rise frqfn a deep farrow eyes too small. If says Mr. Curtis, tho Fertile Florida Jttrcld.TO gitlation, that the members of this Poanl this portion of the, Toad ..rl71h. eniuv.r'I t :

The tail is ofasemilunar shape. glasses are not sufficiently largo to cover the toasts or xjjr WEST.VohavereceivedaIetterfroin have appropriated the funds of tho public to soon*9 the seaann w.U.! &. "n b

The tunny"ala fish well known aorll.ibIJ circle of the orbit the wearer is obliged to \ ;their own private emolument. Such must I t

l prized by the ancient, having constituted look against the frame, as well as abovr and respectable and intelligent a hHily have teen tho impression of a majority of A part of pleasure including the a!

from the earliest ages, a great source of riches below it. The large old fashioned spectacles resides at Key Wesua gentleman' till .I tho Legislative Council or the art must of Col ti'albath. Commandant of Fort ft Ifl

and commerce to the nations inhabiting are therefore altogether superior to the and seaport in rery important island have been "read by itt //// only, and pass vern. embarked on Monday lair and aff]
the shores of tho Meniterranean and in fact modem article-oval bows he |o that letter b
condemns i in he mentions the high dissatisfaction. ed without examination Jut by what. m J.repre'e'otation spending a delightful day upon the wta
being the principal food of the of loco as they desert n destructive or the I n
peoplo influence most of the' this impression has breo given rambling over, the beautiful greea banks
part inhabitants of
Bath niat. The periods of its arrival in the over the organ, obliging trio whole muscular at the act ofouriast Legislative that island, is beyond the knowledge of this Commit the Severn and partaking ua repast d e

Mediterranean Sea were observed, and station power of the eye to be ezcrtetliaorde r led and approved on tbe 29th or Cooncil.pu tee. They cannot refrain, however, from the shores of Ibo Round Day, the scl \

fur laldua the fish were Ublitbad on receive impressions through the very con 1835 by which the charter of January_ expressing their surprise that tho Governor was returning with tb. party ia the,, 1
the Incorporation
inlets favorable
and traded
en p.tt.capes....lflr Nests most sravels.J] to that highly of window of the heir He thinks of the Ion o(Key Welt.,....<,aJ and Legislative Council of Florida, should when sudden flaw of aced strackber f
gauze spectacles as screens to rod by the> Legislative CoBee ai theT&overnor in one of their deliberate acts violate the main boost jibedaad carried one of the i a

From CoU'$ anuel. keep out die dustso terribly destructive" to vision or Florid, oa the 2d ? Constitution of the United States' and tbe ladies overboard. Quick. thought, Ito
MODE OF PROPAGATING i in sandy regions, and in cities, where haibeeo totally repelled and ISffi organic law fJf Congress, and tbat too, iu a J. J. B. Walbaeb. of the United States
THE the annulled r
MULBEKfiV. dart is whirled and
with tremendous violence where the individuals plunged into
DO new act OD the subject has been matter rights of are vy tbarivrtotv. sWr a
through the streets, like blowing through so sed. pas; concerned. Tbe organic law, as it is called spring by which be designed to ihrnw rt

ST CUTTI5CS.Tee many tubes. He seems to be ranch opposed The repeal of the act of I by may of emphasis is tbo language of Congress self as near as possible to her, omog. r It

1 soil chosen to receive the slips of Ibo to operations on this delicately constructed this town I if to'be l incorporation of : addressed to the Governor and Legislative sodden careen of the vessel, was tbs _

mulberry tree shoafd bo prepared math in tho organ.-Seientfo( Tracts.ft quitousand alleged the highly unjust, ana : Council of Florida in the way of restraint of pluugiug him to a great depth. Waal

earn way aa has been described for the .ed. United Stitch against, Constitution of the : j and it but repeats the Constitution rose the object. of his anxiety was oa las
TtatetttHogs of tbo mulberry: are to bop1luteel ?" NODODT. There particularly nj|| appear. where it declares to bo seen. the
is not a more arrant from a ae"lpaJ1ereatitlc. tho that "no export facto law Neaiiog nape bottom.i ,
hi fee same manner as tile cuttings of tb* knave In all Christendom then a cer lashed at Key West thefourth Enquire,. b. KnH ever lie passed. nodGU pntatt, pro was discovered sinking below tbe ware*.*
visa; that It, b making furrows by a pia lain Vaf.rant. who the of of April last, be taken fur pu6tie we without being brought up she
the distaeet of six eher goes by name N o- containing the report of a Committee jxrly ajtut very naturally C
feet from oat to the body. There is no mischief which be i is were appointed to mvettieate who. compensation. And jet the 3d section of to the only object within reach for san atn.
nod the ,_
by eresttag them 1 by>> furrows the .. .. but n.et
at same not guilt, It your furniture at home be We subjoin a of that- --- --- -- the! act under .consideration, by making unfortunately ia such a maaaer aspriva a<

distaste. fo order to form squares. A two broken defaced, and you make inquiry of information. copy report for public' those acts, nfaicb were lauful at the time of him of the.DOW._-- ef-. -s.-.ti-,-..... .....--. .
roreltl bvaaehof the mulberry tree Having your kitchen folks, it their I to keep above k
presently appears by It from the performance unfairand punbknbUnow water. In a short Us,
treed of examination
four or fire years at an end must their testimony that it u1i of the k sank ptetliCr. t
was dy, If your proceedings the Legislative emphatically au Vx post feeto ItJVJ"io .
quit ttJteted be interred,and the extremity the old! wood tools be lost or destroyed yon find upon in in the volume of tbs laws Conncil.pnUbshed i; its broadest sense. :The acts of this Board Rallying bk JtreBth! with I0 effo ,
tho' passed the
S lac.... The branches to depth or about'ten gain that it was done by nobody. A book last session tint this act of repeal at in. were not only laieful beyond cavil before rose again nita hit tau charge, and not e

bo chosen from the wbito; or umbrella is misted, but nobody hu them.. traduced into fee Council by Air. was 2Dih of January, but were als6 demand sustained hIt long enough for hw to h e
mulberry Fitz
roust taken I'la the spring at Indeed this invisible pat. ed the oaths the afresh bat with the i
the fat risteg of the miccbief-raakiee being tuck the only aaemb.r of the Council by members took at the utmost preseaceef +
taps Two or three ins plays all sorts of pranks in life from time of their made dispositions to afloat e
organization. Bat
r ebioss common : he that district solely by the 2d keep ; but
rarest made supported his
(in tho
joints or knots of stirs strife by own lied with clothes
up section these and
the ell wood.bceanie ibis among neighbors; propogates opinion and recommendation., And it same lawful acts, requirrd by disabled from
operation faci slander also bw t
; commits a thousand felonies official duty became aul..ruland... bouyance soon of
r State tto of ; ilia appears from this report, that a petition pua- court, faceaae
shooting the from
roots, which al every kind ofmitchief ishable i bansted.Bod both
; performs miracles; numerous, intilHcent and active citizens by legislative provision' I A mere again disappeared.
waj rwtforthfromtbpolnteoftheold of t
Tbo mint then bo wood ranges from tho parlor to the kitchen; eludes Key,West to be Legislative Couocil.oa the statement of toe provisions of this section in I It occurred to Lieut. W. as be sa... t
cttHtagt covered with iiwaanred .0 the utmost rigibtQce' ; Panens the judgment of: Committee is endeavor to reach the bottom
aDd friable appears. -like, sub ectef some objections which your sufficient ia girder
i braoeh wkieh rises earth and the end of the 10 all shapes and conditions; and what is individuals bad been made by a few to render it odious. obtain an Impetoa f.-r leasceadjag twt,
from the against the
i soil *
uffat must bo cut more owgalarstill seems gifted with nbiqul1 City Taxes hap It professes also. to depth seas found too great, there a.
tbo beea
third bad from the surface. If rains To cenary: delivered to power to any
't&oeld not frequently occur after the red boase day we hear of bis burning an ins,,. the wd IIr. Fitzpatrick 10 b. presented to Justice of the Peace,disposed to act the pet water. It was probably with the last ree
plan las the
.t Qi. fcfiitfecd it would be after ho is et South; and in a few hours tho Council never was presented, but that i ty tyrant to take the private and individual ofatrengtbthatanotherexertioneesbled iaace

water MM plants often The necessary to office charged with defrauding a post be left that body solely to determine property or the members of this Board for fair more to regain the I1I ace will 1
martlplitatloa'of the
at North. While open comow.oa
Bttfeem trees by mean of enttings Is said are still fresh these exploits the misrepresentation made in a certain rash public uses and so far from making "just Hia Slit they sooa t.ak ss s
tirotaer. Uet.
upon us, we find him
Aognstea B. WtH
bavttlM pilfering and partial petition oft few discontented compensation it affixes penalty of
mpertaatadvantaSe ofthreo : in fifty
b advafteo years our own vicinity;and a subscriber has just individuals. dollars' for every objection to tab Uoitfid Statei Army who. bad base
over etinbliihtneut species of
of a our- entered with a complaint that be the bead of tae boat wfcn
pry omwu of seed in Europe.BTXJITffcS. steals his habitually Ii Dot for u,.' th a.diltaof. from Key l legalized robbery.By tile acekleateurred ; "'I
away .
newspaper before be West -pereeiviag tfeese overboard isugbto
can to determine how ( Mr. the of the
ar objections
read It. Fitzpatrick Executive .
to this
; it b raarvelloas strange! I by his'conduct, as*.member. of the Legisla- law'. It appears, that the Sd section die rn or, retched the parties atcrnixal e
Tosnail,. layers. .ii t. farce a branch or ntttootofft .Soatlody'should set a trap for the eerfttat ; live Council has violttet, and more objectionable than was originally moment. Ia the act of .

tree our of. skrnb bv att itt g Q Wf.offef* rocsbn oa$M Y. who faith to fcifcoosjUBeatt,. ""duty '\, good by raakUtff die Justice a modem at present them, lip to tile ....r.c., UM yea i. CI
tcateli.r a atoor tototae ground oltbont' scpratiaf will detect him io tteaiiag the SeVtkel.fiewstk l. "' ,, i Let him settle" natter with the. WIT bo whose decision there could be toiler from rl....her bud HBO ale .... so ass .

it fre*eke eftrtM tree..Tbe spring S : gave bins their votes fit hit eteettoo.ll BO appeal! actually to keep bio oader ...... *.
istbesMtt; taltoMoaeieon for sUs eetraibn.fMeti ,__. W. tlHak that taedeir theob eir Commiue.hb to speak rasnett. posiuoo.bo wever. be retakes a. .
O .... ...... fully of the exercise or LeliJatiYI mind, and
I sn te1 at the foot of roe swimmbg nor sder
', i.em... brfiw&cs found.a about coat My, said Old Coat. It I is better to a11M .w the Onnert*e'1 etBie"" afiMs alt of repeal. but they discover the act aeOer colJide power,.., ha brother fe aaad upoo bin sao.Uer.aH .

War port, tfeo; mulberry, any other debt for My aunt Prudence than.. 1J!.,be tins a tone and spirit aaetampledte. modem considerable time, and to them a
irM test a nest one. But ..e. replied I.t 1iod-\ limes of/ the eYfttIu.J
are attractive
loag and sopple enoogb 'to is bole in .@ rigbta of odlera, apace.
a it! I
ewi id the ground,and lastly) ,tho shoots put iu a new patch never mind the that sleeve laid'Ih.., i.I' ...." ,.'...i....Rf .;,! si r. I lad lion "in those calculated to ara. a jI"ladlcta- ARtbree.. .........beaate a..tel

treo Mot 'runIrJ. not high and I IJ if |itier than a writ upon open the back a patch meetaetarelty beam......... .ibat ;- A silent having a proper sense of self- bad stick a I'd arose kqtJa is bee ubaed

he, .U.kHiI' attd faitbU' ':r ttt e IJJ come time ana acquiescence would be- taia of the ocbou er.* hatilll re

.. ,- tnomisme eaves, wno are rooaciog us coat to,asa UQBCBWJ a
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f.. her dec*. air"''! just iiito s.e r *tif -.>.,Pl.rl-. I 'ta ll a _-.ll. \.' X6WDrMgS mere I JFsMTA B. .

Pual reach ciao of the part, Vrt tt 8-.Ia '. TilE.a3 ,.IIIiit 1e .. i"rottt ), 0pp0JifJ ta J.'l14utna'e MICROSCOPE of great magnifying.
to ot od sound
e them up to the eurface Peter Jlucl.el, LlGI1TIf; rer "Welt.ice wiJ ib inhabitants of 8t Augustine and ita vi- .r with additional glister endo.< in. .
Naval .. .. THE small
tll of reiuroiog lift in the yotwg cash r': JAS.'UANi1 s are informed that by tbe Jate arri mahogany box. It weald be found very .
direction to the raw bands Nebemiah Drnsb, .r.lperV.rel.. WilUam or awful in the study of Botany &.. '
out a
Ysjeieopply DRUGS
stag 25t.A ..Oelt. Stt. and MEDICINES,
the schooner, and which Thorn Nathaniel Wells Llwba liaatlogton lave been received of Original cost, 035. will be lOW at a moderate
lea to manage 'rdji' Ichabod Pratt, Isaac Marqusnd, ",roin.. Johnson a choice and Mpenoraaljsy price. Apr ly at ntilipa Academy.
considerable dMaace to y -they here been eelectedwttb .
pair .1 lA' Mom K Levy,James Ri*. Susan Murphy ad .great carepure "
tAe lIiaNrd and jsid down M. Thomas John L R snicks. Notice
10 Edward Wanton H.pitr.D i above to ie'lets..
the office layraft hold of the tat there la a splendid
One 11 I.ewl.
. oa a.a side. and the othu' on the Brigade Gomes, widow of Fernando d.11 Ma-I them pro fat iiMto .. fJMERY. SPICES' and THE L'NIJF.U8IGNED expects '..
boat it'eo that theta said .., Matte m meat tot FANCY ARTKni rthe a articles have never aurteyjng tbelaod* in tuwnsbipe
Har.dec'd Maria "Iaaulla.Tert-
Arredondo. ,
,they contrived to fleidy board w int : Uorotea and Rosa children child JO8. L. SM1T t, Admr, beeartcelfed, lo this City either in qaaGtyl or J3" I C in ranges 90.:9..3( *21 ft.,. !ettfacnl. wd 4
the on
lady .
e couU draw Dee ltrt;,19W. quantity by the ht or M ttp'i& -and ill that pestnrt they Fernando d.l la Mara Arredoado I Francisco La .------ At this Men may bo bad ROBINSON'S BU. the private land claimants to funbh bla
I Hd received sags, husband critic aid Uominga and Bupertatisavedra. PKUloa: FOOD for with the evidence confirmation
piddled to the Icboooer IOTfl cast naan, 'laYALI.. and and a eoP) of
husband cube said Dorotea Antonio
others auth PATENT DA RLEY.formaking their respective ,'aDte. plate & certificate of
beanl. Hi. "the Id little Che- Guitierre"'lllrdian of said Kota an infant ; and UlI.&m 1II .e.a1r. Swath WAT tain ten minutes,which issiroeg surveyal|Qisdtr the hand and aaal ovum Keep
II UI 110 other Charles Ito 'oa, Executor of the taut wilt and sa, ly recommended the ruul nolrkious or ofiba public Archive,
that turned the a. 4T aT..HAaT'a, ( ) by : u a to enable him to.*arver
sits Igitin&. testament of fee. said Fernando de la Mesa Arre their
.nbeh "hieb lasted for Ucdsrthedinaioaof dtr sad .UtI. RODIr.SON cooling food for infants much approved of for : respective claims lie calculates n return
.C tetne 6r tu.p..se dondo. mlkiaa.a toast delicious custard pudding and inf.to his onsioal district Mmetime in the B<.atfe
in "lmh the father.rten Cerilin. Fernando and Ftedencoinfant children bad the trial' r fserl mantis the I of
bate In hour and HAVING excellent!for thickening broths and soups. Au,. '0 CnlDpa.tllOWnah e 6&6 in
p range
rl1 and si of the r.mUf.IU I punic nflinacio Arredondo, dec'd, mud Jose Guadaranis 'of ihi. Irwtitnion, pro|*')<*e to Also Robison'e Patent GROATS for making 28, and tnwoahipO rang 27-4ikawkw tbefrae.

tlttr ftu"e..f rmtiaaUoti most heart feltto.1" uardian of said infants. make pcrmaneut tiblishmeiiti* whtiro young aopenor gruel b ten minutes one ball'the ex* lions to townships I 4 6, range 30 South a*
tn write the .c. Teresa and piuisa Fatty infant children of Ladies may receive a Solid on+* foliit EU .. pen.ofthe Dimrenn or EmbdengtoatsID" Eats J !l is absolutely necessary that the
..r atuhtiont. iuWbich., n wo Maria do I laLus Fatin. dec'd. Maria Isabel and The stateof$ocj"y attat. ilary i.i highs: Il&te Either of ibe above preparations made ante should be present or be represented by ciara.
UG \tC most cordially Manuel ArredQudo, inFint children of Peter Ar oarable I tbllfta iolt one 01 the post be 11&\1. in with milk afford a nourishing and light diet. agent on the round when their claims are, ao
Rtp. redondo deceased, cud Manuela Latsga, adminiitratrix. the United States,while the exwnae of living is All the steles above enumerated sold II. WASHINGTON. Dtp Bar awfayed. -

"* comparatively cheap. It It befceied that flier on tho most reasonable Urms. 404f.WOTMCE. t5t Aagu stae,3cga April. 1035.Dll .
1/cDotrnin of the Irhoo- Prsxedas Coeifario, widow and administratrix inducement together with the laudable cxer. -- ., .

Lr&fU. 110 .cband ndmiratay through. of Joteph M. Arredondo,deo'd Peter. Fernaudo, tans ofexpcrititced Educators, will attract public UUIUIbavioe located in the City of.8t

ASailorcwylncu of him. Antonia .Marians, Juae. Teodera, Dolores and patronage. TilE Subscriber iufortns the i inhabitant of a unina, wil{ thankfully receive and
Il1tt, childten of" ,Joseph M. Arredondo. the LIST OF STCbllS. Augustine and of the country general.thstbavingrraunsedbu.inessatheed punctoallj attend all profession ,

The JII;niaJe to- 'P.tflJ At a l'uMie i i .&&sl..t Fernando named Lui intatitsr Frneuco, Gavina. Maria I tory Reading, English Spelling Grammar Writing., Composition Geognphjr,Arithmetic Iii. y.FJelldalDlu'. Wharf) be intends to dispose stand of TilE Jue eflbe Superior Courts rOI the

ininatiun; tit the pup'tla or the West of!!1 Mannella, Au+osataf J.*e. Catalina and Luis Ar- Geometry, Algebra, Natural Philosophy his Itrge stock of groceries and dry goods at each stern OI'Iriel or Florida will resume
ca Rhnlln.tilulio'l .r tleler.f"r thcel..r A ,:,redatadrtchildreu uf Fernando de la MSXA Arre- ChemisryUntany. Astronomy, Rbe&oric.l..1iric. prices.. be is sore will give afufactiou. and bebe,1 the eonsdderatiunofelai stir for losses OD U. etc .

011'edne.day.tbroft boys n'ego taroughtInhit ,'dnndo j'in.need thj SOVHII lust muted infants, Criticism,on English L nnage,Female Bl gra* his friends and the public to call sod judge and Monday ill JaDe aelt.

aloes et the )roirn", made by j jIt ,i;allit JOMJ Elias Fntratgngu.rdtanufstidinfants: ; phy. Intellectual and Moral Philosophy Natural for themselves.In Claimants' tare reminded that their alai sae matt

hrward to loo uf artsculatedaounds.aodiitsrypartofshyarthuhecn. ,land nil uttier p 'news interested in the premises. Theology, Drawing, Painting,Embroiderjt Ma addition la the stock which he brought from be resentedber ore the iJ6th day of Jgae IIfll. /

( nit the c pre I i ir tt motion of tho rompUiua nolicitor. and sic, French Language, and Ir..qnirecJlAtin, New York in perch last and the late stock of H. tAugnsdne.5th UI) I.ireat -

ettrfirdr \ .Gordon' and its \ it havinjt t.eeu ui4ili tu ap peer by affidavit Spanish and Italian.A D. Baldwin and Co,he has received a supply of
re intrldf1tH isy with ntouih- 1 lisat all the above turned defendanU. excepting Lady ofontsesf qnalifications. baa conmenc* sea,onabe! goods by the recent arrival the SehDutknd. XdSt Il1trk.

etks.t.it1on truck ever Jne melo- .. Clovers JlobitMi, .r r"1 Arr,dundo. and Teresai ed teaching Music onjanoos fatJiionabb ''jutru- from New York, all of which he will AME.IC&
lfft ._'l'diearere.so of the vofcet, thoufih not ;i iind Louisa Fntio.. infants Moses C. Levy. Cd- steals And another of/tr,l rategenUu in Ue art, sell for cash or approved credit. OF MAGAZINE
by uo meat disagreeable i in lotir. "rd .M Wanton riuwn Murphy and Janara i is ready to give lessons in Drawing. IV In TUEO. FLOTARD. USEFUL AND INTERESTING

bet CHIC of them Was tlterodaDpl1. w: Ihittemporary His, reside out uf this District and part of themthe struetress in French speaks. the tancuagi with bi>ty1Otb, i& KNOWLEDGE

.K 14 only evil, as thee ., United States, nd the rent of thesis in the fluency end correctness,and nairience. b!;hturubx p. lJ I TO it tttciTiUTiD ar aOMsaoci
mud the defect was ordered lint the said absent In GENERAL ORDER. tlCIUYI.as .
mprove1 by use, West Indies; II' is .r department, the endeavour 1fT/IE
rag Itlr'tI.t"t;' by )lr, (,,onluD.lo weakness hi the defendtuU do appear and answer the tai; to will b.to render Edueationpractagd as not only HE BOSTON BKWICK COMPANY.

muscles for want of rrAtt te. These ''piainnutsbiUorcoropUiiit.on! or before the 20th the minds, but the manners and tamls efthe TALLAHASSEE.: 1 T success which baa attended the poMi
lo..trel l various simple qicstinnsnhich day of December next others*the said hill will young Ladies will ta regardedviih asridpoutattcntion. March 14th 1835 S *"on c'thebe Magazines from the ED .
best be taken pro coa/esso against them. JOHN 1I.A.rttN Governor and Comman gluh PreM. hat led to preparations fat issuing a
were put to them; the only meansIthei And !it is further ordered, that tbia order be -Cbiefof the militia of the Territoryof periodical more particularly adapted to the want

had outstanding the question; was published once a week nntil the said 20th day nr Jltftrtntu, Florida baa constituted and appointed the and taste of the American public-while it win
I "f rving the motion of the lia... One of December next in the Florida Herald Dated at Rev. H. PRATT- following Execntise 8t (; be the object oflbe propnetora' to make the work

repeated the Lords prafer very ilis- St. Augustine this 8th d.y of J fine. 1635.ROUE11T A. CL RKC, E.q. Oaa".,to b. Adjutant General; strictly what its title Indicates, h will n."be
tartly, to tho aitouuhmrnt or the Auditory KAYMOM U REID Messrs. MAtrtm & NIODTIROUI. Ilxxar 'V A' llfC.1'O..Quarter Muter Genl. leas contain ail atiiclee ioteiest to ill patrons

pr. peoneU inquired how they were first Judge Sup Court Diit. E. F. St.Mary'", May 20. 1835 HKCTOH W. ORAOCK.of Leon, 1 Aidi-de- which Extensive appear in Foreign Magazines. ,
PxTiftW.GAtmxa, Jr. Jackson, aretinne hare been entered into
tae1btto utter sounds corresponding with Copy atteat. Estate Z4eut. Stephen Camp. tort wnn .fiuf.
Gao 8. HAWKU Franklin, sad aalhdr, lo f
tbale uttered by the teacher. Mr. Gordon K O.GIUD3, Clerk.' 10MU. .Itile. glee. Qxo. ECnsa...cambU, ell parts of the Union tfi.,tnn sod luuiu./wS

., .... ... ...1. __ ....."It. r..1 the V411D. VVVtla.*Iii&&*-I trill apply to the lion.: .And it i I. hereby required and ordered, that of erary"eabj'ct of interest which the pnhliahera
dtett or throat cube teacher while he spoke SIX Jddfe oldie County Court of Si Johns aJI militia officers o'ftlie'Territory,respect and obey eonSdf nUy b liars will enable them to issue a
the word, and by the vibration of tho must ;PHILLIPS eenr. respectfully informsthe County formatters of Administration on the rttatt them as such. wok honorable to its title, and acceptable to the
die he mibt tell l when a corresponding and Gentleman of ibis City, of IJeot Htej&en Tattle,deed. I By order of the Governor and Commander in American |ieope.!
produced in bit own frame, that he will npen a Class for the instruction of May 13. JOHN M. FONTANB. I Cbief. The first number of the American Usjtazine.
tentstion Was I
Young Ladies in the higher brat cites !
an Eng 1H03. UHOVVN. illustrated with about twenty.
towards imnutation engravings
tad thus approximate n correct (tilt Education
and other branches
nf ilte sound uttered by the teacher. Sumra'-r tnontlis. at his dwelling house, during hours the To the Elector o f the County oStCircumttancet Johns Adjutant Gen of the 31 Uitia of Florida.ADJOTARTGK9KBALS will appear be on nr before the brat of September,
d continued ,
He demonstrated this hf placing a pupil be. from 6 until tf in the morning Terms rea.oo.- have of late tended to produce 8t> 60 .monthly containing between
f.ucbi.n, and putting bit hands on each ble. in me n desire to represent bar' peopleof rd atth low since of two dollars
7ala.a! u March 14th 1833. .SIT per annum It ,
tide of the pupils throat;the boy placed Isis June 3J,1835. the County in the next Legislative Council Is the duty of tht Adjutant General to report win comprise- "

own baudt firmly on Mr. Gordon's oerk.and and at party dittinetionsand considerations to the War Department the number cf Portraits and Oiof raphical Sketches of distisj

looking steadily at his .lips, imitated; the mo- TUITION appear to have subsided, I feel that I of the fiective militia within this Territory to pushed Americans. Views of PnbUe Sai1diu:.

ibis e.r hill teacher's .lips mouth and tongue. Of. the FRENCH and HIGH OEHMAN La*. can now ofTer to you my desvsenricea. with. tile end that the quota of Arms authorized to said Monuments and imprpvements, Landscape

Ia this manner he articulated the same Bsoga I out incurring nny personal opposition or ilk Territory, may be be (furnished which cannot 8fenryibe boundless variety end beauty
resets uttered by the learner IONS J. J. DKLISSAmost: respectfully will. Independent of the gratification that be done until the effective strength of the militiai which in this country,.ill form an unceasing

Western Luminary. th.citizen nfSU Augustine that it would afford me II be thus far entrusted .made known. It is ordered and directed there* source injunction and(ratification,cog raving
on a' c..uut <>f the multiplicity df his engage with your confidence have other motives fore thatthe militia nffieers throughout the Ter and the descriptions cube eharsctar. habits. Ac.

Furtntip ii blind that she rneuts. in the bore mcntmned Languages, that in view.I ntory, u early as tJnelielble,make out and forward of Beasts Bird. Fi-bea..net insectf, together
painted mayo is compelled to relinquish the teaching of the a roster Bnl"dierGeneral Call, of Tajtahasxee with every subject* connected with the Gsocra*
.t blukh to behold the fools who. belong to I. and will now devote himself entirely to desire to ceo this county advanced in ,to be condensed and submitted to the phy, History. Natural and Artificial resnnreea of ..

her. languagea He takes this methnd rf informing her internal condition and her resources im Adjutant General that this necessary information the country Hioftnted in a Gmiliarand proper

t| those parents who wish 10 have their child proved. I desire to see St. Autqttine be. Important tn toe Territory of Florida, andy be msnner FREEMAN IJU "

Swprrler C'etirt-. awl Fluri t Ten taught on an improved md"aay thodtnat come the grand concentrating point of communication Hat to tb e war department Agent of the Boston Berwick Coa'pabr,47
da-In Chancery. f a fe.young ladies' can be reciived, sidles Itt his i from tho'Atlantic the Mexican Dy order of the Governor and Commander inCommitted Court otreeu Bn.toaJaJr 19. 1834
Trench claw.t Dr.Peck.,hum h tlr.18. i* '0' OuIG I !' ho Chi..r. AaJnunTU 'YaA'Jtll! iYm fi: "
Y VlUTUli aud in of o c.lalliP..cre'al etKIYrIHdk."n""edIDd
nurauAnre '
B 4 A, If. or at Dt Porclwr' from half pat4toti 1 to r JlarafcaPa Sale.
order oft Mid court made sad I
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M. settled and into of ----
brought a state
ntird MI the cave of Ze|>h. Kio; Jf 1' n: \V.- J IU class of young Gentle-nen meets every af productive_ ctdt vatton. t. tlsa.At. BY VIRTUKof, : two writs of Ploriesfieri f a.Is .
kit ft'utitli.rt. *l. auJiaMirituauce 0 an _Jditrtm ternoonfrLtn t teal .' M.-Farther notice will illlutn, ont of the Superior Court for
lf>rdcrofa.id Court of the i&th June. 1835, Iwifivun when hw G rmin Class, at Judge As one of the meant of accomplishing directed the .stet .
f.illsipiHM an publ.e pie in front.,f the Court nl lb'. will commence. those; ends, it is necessary that the waters ol ell'Olft pabfie Ale h, the

Il day of July' next between the boors of 11 o'clock in the nAerroon.June Six Mile Creek by a'Inll;Urthat a lateral (I ia, the GUI basest II the hoar. of ten o'clock
lethsfuriuounand2o'clntklo the afteintKinnf in i the i fore n'''n and two o'clock
3d. 115.; 9 Rail Way shnuU bo bid from this city sons in the afei noon
that day,the follow! ing described property,to wit: to form junction with the.ono proposedFrom of that da,. all the interest of John 0 Slronff..

all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with Estate oftSttdrcw Peek, the Suwannee to the St. Jot n ..Ei ON the JOih inst,two negro men u runa in the following described twets atland.'n too
tUftrancegrovstbtrepn.tituate.lring and be. ,. who have for six or seven months past rest side ofSlJ-haa fUv!r between the il.ca
ward dee.SIX ther of these work* would be sufficient to called themselves the of known.Daon
let la the! crtyufrtt. Augustine, UospiUl by names Lake andthit krown e HorM
boaadiiif on the IA-H; front by Bridge Creek,on Weeks alter date 1 will apply gibe Hon. counteract those influences which have been and \VT,UAII. but they now call themselves IAnchn"includinlhe place called din B alo! Bluff .

death and U.*t by lands or E. D.Gould, and ontb Judge of the County Court of 6t Johns put In operation to criplo and de.tro1the fa by the names of JOHN SMITH and TOM Also one ehnl1l1ad >?fifty acres of t.nd on

aanh by 4 I/it formerly belonging to J sinesR Count for letters Admiaiatration on the Estate Slice prospects ors, Augustine. 8BOWN. John Smith, otherwise Chambers, the "tjohna rarer -ff the came Laud (orm.,
ik r.containing shoot two acres.-ALSO, all of Andrew Peck deeds These and other objects,of corresponding U.about thirty years old and about six feet high 1) granted to one Aaron Triers. Auo fifty ,

ftitppceor ,parcel or Land situate lying and O. HOWARD. importance I desire to ser accomplished; to hsj a aJe'Pll ends 4 tear OD his right ankle, wets of land A a the It Johns BiTer .t Isaena '

btttf a the rill or 8t AojuatinsCaatle Ward ..April. \. 1835.SIX which I would "UUngl.devoto a portion oi .and two small scars on lit'forehead. Tom'Brown. Vistacatled- Little Ora,e 1P0... Atsosbenn
earth of:he old fortification lines and gate boun attention belicviog that the interests 'of Otbi tIM William ia about twenty six,... old; Strode one h"lror : ff'c uf 4 t'Os ores 011 t Vim.mele .'
Jt.07.6CB. ; i
eX lID the HaM br the public road leading fromswtetfynfritAufnstinetn has a very bold look, mall a scss. on bit left knee Branch 1.1
ia.u"Y n ar bend of sad
JaekaenviHa on the WEEKS from this date I will apply It every man are inseparably conuetted with and one on his left eye brow Each of them has orancn. ,alto two thousand and

Wertbj 81 Sebaatisn'a River, on the tfonth by Judge of the County Court of fit JobtiV the public wqlfaro. E. B. GOULD.A on a drab pee jacket which is tbe most of their '-a river sit Johns on both sides twenty nf acre
L o4 nf Ixipez,lern niez and others hems in County for I.eUeno.dniowratioana the Estate elothill'V "a,den Creek Aiso'brte hundred
fm tit en the road,about five hundred and sixty of Fitch d. Slocuoi dee'd. lot Eltcteres dtl Condzdo dt San JrJtJ& ),. G. DAVI Jailers Land on St Johns River being *n undivided acres

airs fed,and containing sixteen acres more or April. I5t H35. JOHN >L FONTANE. I Habienda ja ce' 4-rtas flleieBciosea y March 14.T !6t'k..p.I.I..g. of 1075 acres know bv the name of Jack Wtubu ptrt

Ire -Atio. all that certain tract piece"or parcel considoncieegen de,:pftripe<. y bntlatf".. ,. AtspfiOO acres of Land m Dwlooine,,trot o
of IEad untd' Sanchez Pine Barren, to the Gelconcta Mill. en aituacioirv do efrecer oats aenricioa ea'1a : liDall cranled to fUpbs| l> Fontans": Area a
K0rih f the old Military Post and about twenty fS,HC tSubseribcr informs tbe public that he capacidad rcestro en el lit values. : t1nON8i tractor Land on the Santa ro River of 1060 acm .
do represcntanto .orr ROME is
teals from RL An uitine, containing six hdodra4en ,
JL will furnish Lumber cut to order at the mlr..itagfrtlztr being part bran undivided tract oI1\J tens
Lea thtifo venldero ciertas of the subscriTbe .
>'. and surveyed by Ilobt. Mel lardy on following prices j y qne hr. -Libnrl originally granted to Joseph S* Saticbes and con
As !*b$tpt I8IR. SAMUEL BLAIR 20 31 for Irst seleetedstuCT for circumttoncia me baa iudcciJoef deteo de veyed him and Antonio
i$ per rate pan: I, peor"echo by Alvarez to Samuel
-Jane IGth. 18J:. Marshal a.-II., dooraaashes. tic. llenar dicho cargo Adetaai del honor quo I to ret It. has;t0 pncf(>sion is requestni Fairbanks and by Saraael Fairbanks to said John

Valuable i'laatatleii and C$15 pit -il. for Weather boarding, scantling ae mo baria Ii (legal**a_ l prestar same vat'tracoufiaoza -ni CHARLES DOWNING. B. titrong. Auo a tract of 9500 seres on tin

joist and framing. tengo otros roirar Ja vista 6 Sooth side of the *anu Fe river origfhaRy gran
lEe fer 8ale.TilE I ? May 87th. 1835.
'reer 910 per M. for merchantable. Mi deacon, en primer login PUQ flue tr0 ted to Francis R Santhea and cnveyed bf said
bUBSCRlUER.de-.iro.i. the M. less taken the Mill.TIIEO. Bandies and wife aid 8tron Taken
93 per at condado cambiesu actual cU'.dicioa ORTIIOPEDY to |- aa tee
'. offers his plantation for sale, FLOTARD. U1 ; property of the estate.f the 1.IdJnlan Strong.
7 miles south of Feri goner IUI recursos. Deseo ,juftlme OR DISTORTION OK THE FEET.
e sited an Amelia Island, June 3d, 1835. cmdad de San rtegaelt dee.to satisfy Judges in favor of smith Gorbam
s4inaontl Main Steam Boat Navigation Agustb. sea a el '
phase priot important branchofeurgerytheobjectof and Julia Gorham. SAMUEL. BLMR.Mmhal..
eomprinuf 530 acre rime OLk.ad hiekOI land WEEDON tenders his services to the pal de eOl1ffn"n deldo et Ad..deo has; which U to remedy all deformities of .
-itb a a.'DdlOm.blnO".I ors mUsio length form Jj Citizens nfSt Augustine and the adjacent ta el lolf de J leo; the feet having latterly become the abject of I _

let a pla *nt and lisalih re-idenee. Aun, A Country,in the various branches of his profess chol M, P at0-principals f e.p.ro ant sobre von el mQo Fro particular attention in France, and its treatment 'Te CDaIMaats f'ba Lei'. Ia
tract of 600 excellent uaUtied land 3tadts
acres sion. de Yuan mended with decided success the subscriber was
math of the above mentioned embracing : His office I. in the hones recently occupied by rejosamente pol.ladol.luvP"o.A Induced daring bit residence in Paris in 1831. to IS IS-f.. .

ranrinrvarlsiy nf toil, adopted to the growth Dr Simons in Charlotte Street.NOTICE. :1 loKro el ntee..rio qua a4 a. devote much orbit time to a thorough.iDYAlt;II. THERE, a number cf Claims that bav

af.11g.r caner corn,cotton. Ac. Of toe first -. KnasdO. eta iw alma-.w-w tntiliven .-"nnf.lftft-w**w---low lion of its theory aDd practice; and under the filed beiore the Judge of the 8n .
BntioaedKX) Acres.200 acres are cleared, and i iIS I lu de Sir Milt Cruk por media do un a- instruction oftbrmoateminent practitioner there; perior Court and as the time for filing them will

ii of the first quality for the production of cotton, HEREBY GIVEN that books C"'rreee; flat d qua tin camino de firrro se cons 'Ja be flatters himself that he baa acquired each expire on the 36th day of Juno next, claimantsere

I.,air. are.With subscriptions to tbe capital stock r .v. decde los limttes de eats culdad a unirse on knowledge orabe art as enables him with confidence advised embrace an immediate opportunity.
the above, the suHocriber offer 50 likely '"Souther Lift hnraut ad Tsutt el desde dicho rio do San J to offer his services to the Public All defects The subset iber will attend to the preparing;
ya propeesta
negroes ia families(or more to nut the purchaser will be opened at the office of "f\a .t'"t** & Saw.naoo.-Una fiotra an of the feet may be divided into two classes and filing of claims ciao time previous to the
)together with number borsea ana Cattle, obra lori a.i6. birth expiration of the limited bv laws and
before and
the neb U occur ;
EI In th.city of 8t AoSu tin aXod any person .
t ciente destruir los
the influjos
ptaetatioaistenala ba babids
&e. For particulars ly on quo desire hi.
of November y accidental er those which take place at dlff.nD'Pleiodt who aaav engage MfYlCH M reqnee-
to the 8ob eriber. ROBT I!ARRIS day ne,\etlfj AM. and will !be bai pare lot faiuros
from fine impodir ventajoros prts- after itand they are produced by a variety ted to forward psrueoiars of theirs to hiD
Amelia tslasd.gds Jone, 1686. ll-6w. kept open ta'arae by adjournment until de Han .
Agt.stim .
the whole of ibe. pectOl of causes affecting the muscular or lips 8t.Aoortine. E..GOULD.NOTICE. .
-..It MJ}LEe -- ceedtn(thirty .feet,: thill h-- -nbficrib-------*--. aotex Esto objeto, y otros tambieo deimportm mentons s,stem. All flaw cases may be e.'mpletely l __ _-_ R

A VERY Fine tnet of land coaUtmuf 400 LOT ClJtftKK.i.. > cia deteo Uegoen 4 devfdo efecto, ft coyo in* man permanently eared. The time required .
aeres.aitoated on tie watere of JotiBfton\ lento dirigirdgi ito.smentetQdt aiatrncUo to accomplish a cure, must necessarily -
Creek. It is wall timbered with C1prett. Cedsr. : DOUGLAS por que creo qne el Inters individual dive depend upon the nature' and degree or the deformity SIX WEEKS from UOsdatel wiHtppryto
I ) of the Jorlge 9f tbe Court of St.John'sy
Live Oak and Pine and 1m upon k a large wild JaufdI836. astir anido el bien general ;and the age aod state health patient County
Acl alltniioll
Grove. It J* had Count for Letters on the Cs .
Orasft may oafietterau.
accomm'da' Tea o el boner& ten eta Meatjel Romero dee'd.
at tie office ofDOUGLfe AcoDpnitalecl.'rJ"lr.y&ttdeue-or
& Negrnea WVa.t .. Vuestro Conciudadano.PUA8D years standing having been completely rectified. MARIA R. RODRIGUEZ

leee '"th. 1.. LIVY. I will give liberal price for the hire of aix abetbodied .GOULD. persons desirofis' of ocular proof may satisfy BL tine. Wtfu.April. 1886 _
; men, to Work at the Saw Mill at Pel- themselves bJ application to esa-- -

Juai J&CCElVbU on conriinrosou a .Pten- lice,'. (:,e.". Cash will be raW monthly re The fda.r OIPJ I 'VII.IIICIJE, JJ. D. lI TiVL .a
aesettaMntef senseaaMe. ready made quired, and 1 wish tn the thousand 81. Charleston S. Ca.
LEVY No.230 King weesa alley date I will sapjy'ii die
Esq aauonnce lima a eja&dtia-to .
tlldtitt.leue. Beaver ateo slit and the r* FOUR
stew or by cord for of
any quantity Cypress logs, Jokes abroad Information tile of the tart lore
reseat 8u County in the P. 8. Persons wishing Judge Conolj
iMSr-all bJslatlte
of which I will l sell wlxifeeale to be aryl
or delivered said Mill
by re- M the timber be
to cot
Council their letter John's fe/leave to etf the real Estata
WI for this Territory. J will please address : (Pest Paid.) eo8 ty, .
at advtocs from N York on
prices or oat of the .
very triiiog Mills'tract.M. +
.I.te .faLl Con s
St. Augustine May l Jfiag.WIM <, Cearestoa.4th June. 4f DotIaI4I1. ft .
Jane, .. 1866. Augustine. $ 1898 -: 1t13f.P .
May cI. < Aojttitiae, Msy 27th.1385. eV4..
.R Safe. _
,. zfNrII .. Ne'A'I B. ohs D. 8 =ACoivlas dapoeae d t & rJ" tied!e horses ferule, t MeTI". '.
1s rand .
.JlL.1 It NEWJ.tmYnoW'. Hfisaon's + .red nest J. HEREBV GIVEN. to that creditors, vessels poMr, t 1Z at skis.of at Allen's.. ix weelss san** *1 oiilW phr ..' RestbeIudg. '
store Charfelta r
..itI be kept b na the day, week tutee ort III theestateof gatees and all Ambrose persons entitled||. deed to distributiHn that all lard.the said i: .' ISM t. lJ.ttr 1-8w. Jobas.tvletttrss'of tis County.Ceart." .. !

m taasdh+thee oa to r.6&e u etubte 1M rate, ..wise feersee sad (jauaeagftintt said estate wig be barred unless urd who1"esposei r ; FINE Ksjpai'aorses and Baroneba sale t:8t.of Ssw 1)4,.Tsoxaa Pear on and the

bJ seer or dejby the atme be presented within two yeare; a.'of bte# & ilia most scccataods.tics !..tart.st 0&0&11 GtralL hate of geld l oanty.deoae.ed.
tend IIOWAaO. B.A. PUTNAM, Mm',. .4-" If r Allen's stable. HA1IBSW.CIAIKB.i t

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1 ..I'.r.\ .ell&'.. .,e'fMite Batt I BnMAlKJNGiaOnf Post ce the vffico are at if the January City For the Months of November aad Deerem- 140 N E Fair

,* G.r'e...$. i to the thirty first of March, 'wtich if not taken ber, 1834. and January, February and 45 35 F

...' From the Knickesbockei.THE THE aularParket .ficfcr* out in three month wiShf>> ant\o the General March. 1835. 35b39 t
.. PASSIONS. SAMUEL S. MILLS. LT ABSOOTBWICK POll office aa Dead Lstt ,.. *'VARflnWH IfOYUBZa. 4 56 ill! Cloudy $l1"w

.w dot eacKfitut si>u.tff.J Master 'will coa A. Lmaa.1oh lI 1 72 60 8V Cloudy. 43 38 Rain '

.. The psuioD'IS oar berltale. The tale tinge running between tw above I r ..,. wHIr,'Reuben 2wr..WN 2 t 76 sa Fair. 43 \r1 Cloudy

x, madness thU they via to tell, ports throughout the year. .' Jr. 3 65 40 N \V 46 44 Rain
Of mirth or Her Cabin is commodious sad bandrosikly A........ "t 111I. 8 86 50 S WV5650
: To'eteod Uja lUtoBJneJf piritlike a veil, foroiabed,and hoed eIPfCIPSiljir"1tI ..... A ::t.. ./ 1.7. 4, 65 49 S E HE

: Or like+ UM weeping ef a fountain well dalion or passengers. ho '!Ptlied Andrew,. :!"A1rptlan.B. 5'' 70 59 1( 63 42 E
&. 8.aka <'i 51 8V Fair
with the beet tbs ::1i JI. O 73 Cloudl.
.. To w4r die depths 01,ladn wsyaing, this opportunity to retufn Us grateffe'thinks forput Brash. ,feet A 2 M"' wen, James B. 7' n 56 8: E Fair. 11 53 40 NERV '
J la the strong firasie they should each com ravors and to ear 't aeoalianaoca of the Birch, Gen ft. McLaae>D. 2 8'' 73 46 8'' \V Cloudy.fl 1 a 413

mane patronage orbit mead-and the fftfetic, Bryan,Om Mcfmosh,J HMmgTFrederick ; 56 44 N Fair. 17l 50
Thie the hard tsar from iron hearts to wring SL AUlu'iD..lull-3d. .. Borougbe.Dr. L. lo sa 48 N E Raia.' 14 68 54 8&NE
bind the broken like a band I I Brash Charles Dr. Msnasi, Pedro 1 77 ,6
And tins to II, 50 41
Estate .,.Deft.'" .. l..telI, I Braden SambA' Msnusi. JnaneMcCnllougb
1182 61
This to uplift and startle with its power, obtained Let Dacon. Hlaq D,. Charles J2! 53 35 N, \V Fair,
like dew the SUBSCRIBER J3 63 41V 17 7.5 Gt 1 ti able ,!, r
This on our sonls to weep upon THE of Administration on the above Estate Baden,N Major N.
18 81
: 61 S W
c. Newton.Sereno 14 6S 39 thou
,i dower.R (earn the Hon. the county court of St Johns eounty a
1 78
.. .allpersonsbriiagclarmearedesiredtopresentthe Clarke,Jama I'. 15'6 36
... They bole tm&eassred monarchy o'er Han, same within the time prescribed: by law, end Carroll.Gidejo Pilkin an.. I. B. 16 65 39 8 E 2! (k3 52 -

"_" rn., rote him with a broad and tierless all persons indebted ar* rrqoiredto aaake itame* Covert, Ilersy Prell. Horatio Gates .17. 63 45l864 21 75 61 EV
,, diets palment. ANDREW ANDERSON.: Chuester Potter JobnH.I'almerjphn I 44 "' 81 41 ('loud1

111"11LanDi to doom ha may Dot dram nor scan, S9A Al'ril.I83.1.Bat.'e ___ _____ Curosk.Carter.iC.A.B. Philip. Robert L. 10' 00 50 N: E Cloud,. x .w 40 NV FuirNE
24 58 40
By Pro mprings that be dsres cot but obey. ef AndrewMOTICEia Wilson, D. Pickard Joshua 2057 48 : 23 68 53
Day. Dr Wn. W. Porter. 8, 21 70 50 8V Fair.
They whisper through the watches of the hereby ,inn, That six months 2(7358
the subscriber administrator Davis, N. B. Polkinhorn.Charles 22 60 55 N E Cloud"
night hereof or Andrew WUionlate or E. Peekham tn. 23 59 54 N iW 27 72 53 NEri

Peopling hit busy piilow:with strange rorm.1 .. St Johns cube County Kattte,deceased will p present Uw account Eaton, Johnll. Park,John G.pjoss 24 72 58 S .\V Fair. 28 77 52 \V

/1' 'The"Iad the present ouch a rainbow light of Wa adminiatration tu the Honorable. the assignees t' of the ,John t{. 25 75 ftJ 64 44 NVE .Iry oil '
And wrap uturhy in cloud.and storms I County Court of said County adjoatpent,and To the of Rozer. 26 70 40 N .\V 60 47
assignment Gasper
II Cotnpimons still in; solitude or crowd, that he will thereafter pray .leave to be discharged original Dirk fleischmao to John Robinson 27 M 44 31 61 47 XEaZCArIUCLATIOf.

f. With tongue that palsies not they talk to us aloud from his AdminaltntioD.EDWIN T. JENCKE8. Venn Furman &. Randolph Grymcs Dr. 28945 W' .
Smith of Charleston,b. 8. 296038
March 30. 1-611I Average maximum, 63.8. Minimum\
C Scofield John E. 30 59 33 N \V. Prevailing winds. N E.

They rule os with a wand of mystery CLAIMS Fbachman G.. Dirk_ Switzer Swiizer.John David 31 45 33 Fair days, 24, Cloudy 3 ; Rain 4.AVKBUOB .

Creation changes their mighty han; Under the JWntk Article.PI Gffdner Daniel 8. Swvetzer. Thomas J. aECAPITDLATIOl' -

As.t a word its magic features fly. TKICT or EAST FLORIDA, ) Gbbs. K.D Clerk Superior Swasey,Alexander G. Average Maximum' 6.\.5. Minimum 40,5. Suez 1833.or 1834 TRXTHKTIAM AID'I'8&UcualTll'&aT .rrmufiy

And ail its beautiful seems waste aDd want I At Humbert, 20'A Augur 1834. J Court Smith Gurney Prevailing winds't N E.
The hues which Nature sutured faint and Gift Maria L. Sear! ,Thomas f airdays 23; Cloudy 3: Rainy 4.nzCznaz tta.n L .. _,
18 HEREBY GIVEN. that die titrard. Luther Streeter.. tKfr'jair M ;!
fade NOTICE is prepared to receive such Utertey.Johnson Smith,Peter N. .. I I q->f QU_ 44 1
From the brad picture other loveliness; CLAIMS f.r losses occasioned by the Troops o f Gtiviu. Eliza 1. Sherman.Joseph C.pLQ11101ItJno. 168 6-1 l' IJ. u rj _"

The very snnlignt sickens into shade, the.United States in the year 1812 and 1813 na D. Lieut Solana, Dionisto !2 68 63 RnIn. 56- aim gggMax T..t.

Till all that jO' td as seems ba*, to distress have not heretofore been presented to the Judgeof Csrvin.Mrs.Holt T. 68&1 --I) :e
this District or in which the evidence ws U. Tucker,Watson 4 70 58 I c4 .
's And the o'er tortured vision J.le1de no more withheld, In conaeqnence of the decision of the James Treei.JohnTownsend 5 .
world the de. ensntment that it such I Mara I : :t(X)0.0!:! a .. n
l rom a sad p Secretary of the Treasury that claims were I Herbert* George ,J. L.H. 6 68 53 Fair. d
.._ wore! not provided for by the treaty of J2d February bent John \V. Tracy,Tand 1 60 40 W cto'a.r I et=.. -..-. "=i:',

1819 between Governments of the United llapp. HenryHumphreys Tutt e, Aluham 8 67 41 rr : t7"aS .-.. -:Q;f-..<<.:;;-.....-.:t.c:."..'.:.It. ;. .'
They sway us in the deep solitude, States and Spain. Gad Col. Tuttle. Stephen Lieut. .n t .. *;.
otC\ .'
S D63 46 s A1O I .' tn. .. .. ... m
Till all that t-harmed us in its solemn ,jad.. Each claim will be preferred in the form of. Hernandez.Jos. M. V. I ... .'! -: tr. :i..: s !
I i ''''' '' '
I) 51 -
petition in which the Pe'itioner will set forth pat- : Hopkins David. T. Van New, E. ( .n.rs ... .1
... -
The Sabbath silence and the bending wood. : tifutarty n mre and amount "(the toasts ata Haakins. James B. P. \V. 1'1 70 52 rr -= flat. ...at.. ,; Mo. ). (.IJ'.f" t.c.', _//91
Seem mid the marvel of their power to fade* tained -the time at which they occurred and fss : lIolund rf.\Vm.mVeedon, lJr. F. 9 1279 56 ii: ..r.: '1)!:) Yo .. .
And scenes enchanting ."u*. .ti_r eyes. the case may be] that the claim has not been be Hart\VWiarD.Wam..lueepb R.2 13 72 58 s'! 31m. -i..""imm-,: -,,"1 sriaq.. I
A......t.i .4 p .r.r.us as the dullest sea, fore presented to the Judge cf this district or that Hill, Cat Woodruff.Henry 2IJarcl7.11e 1.1 iG 6J \ ...0).d: '=' h li......': .:.iti'3-, :
.... ,.,"\ -" .""\ .... ... ..,...
Where nothing atarts the spirit to surprise, the evldr nee in said claim was withheld,la i..oaeqnence P. Williams,John Lee 2 J5 77 63 a 3J.s. I : \ f.t'I
of the decision of the Secretary ef the S i
Charles D.VbatpU..
Martin !
But sameness wears it to intensity. : 177 67 C1'dr. .. J
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Treasury The petitioner will moreover aier I WsUUto Major D. IIWUkinti II :0. "
Until the eye crown aenaelesa to the earth'j that at'he time of suffering the loses complaint Jones Levi James R. 11 80 61 n K Monthi I .5....,..t<&:'tt rs.=..';.. =,Zr.ZQg" Q" 1.c'elAB1'
Sees midnight shroud the matchless or he was a subject of Spain and that previous U Ivrs. Washington M Withsra John 18 72 46 Fair.

f crowned birth! to the happening of-said leases the Agent cr Joy,Abiatber Warren Joshua D. 1962 42 EM 01'THE WEATHER run Till
I I Troops of the United States had entered Etit K. White Camas 41 1 or Arasi.C ..

They aw y us mid the cruh and wild uproar Florida. Knowlton.JohnKenyonJsmsT. 'VaUiam..1Uartba L. 21 r.3 4:1: I ri
'I The petition signed ly the petitioner, will se Wintrin Iam.D.L. a: ::.
\ 68 42 R
Of cities in their deep tempestuous tide filed with the undersigned, who will then appoint ..1 Keils, George M,. \Vent y.Henry 8. 22 60 30 n I ..II.. ..... o:: is ft II- Remark
And straight a shadow like a dream cornea a time for receiving proofs in support of the sane.All Keen, Ann &'. 'Vltk n.. Martha AnnZehnbanez .w .c. ?_
2456 3B I
o'er claims mast be presented within one year Her and B B. Z -
I from 2Gth of June 25 468! !
the last.
That in its bout of : L Men lu&ifj tJ E '
panorama : pride J 75 50 Fair.
Applications will be made at the Chambers of n Augustine, 4th April, 1833.: 26 47 29
The ocean noise that rends the capital, the Judge between the hours often .lId/Olfinih. JOHN GRAY.Jr. P. )1, 27 55 3:1: s2r 2 80 50
FaR all unheeded on insensate ear, day RODT. RAYMOND REID. 6.'i 55 Vat. 3 80 57V

And science scales downward like a pall, I Judge of the Sup'r Court D ilt. E. F londa.I 20 00i3 n.: CI't11. 4 70 4B S \\ Morning ot

\ One the wide thunder that a world should erl0r (Hrl-BfI"fflorl* G7 5-1 t'air. :; 61 14 N W

f hear! The Silk VlI'C ri8t.TilE d" nactrITL'LATiOY.Average 667 i3
7 71 43 .
No lights to gladdeoartd no eyes: to bleu, l.zecutive Committee of the Hartford IN CHANCERY. Maximum 63.7; Minimum4GG. 8 r.a 51 N E

: .\nd..o'erteeoiog mart ia but a wilderness! Silk Society, have commenced a Elizabeth Bunch, Prevailing winds N E and N W. o 7.J 61 S I: Rain in the
Publication called the Silk Cnlturist
monthly .
rs.Thomas Fair days 22 cloudy 6; rainy 3.
; JO 81 56 N E
sacti is that magic medics the brainThat and Farmers' Manual H.DummetU Douglas Dummett. Cice .
lures The object of the publication is to disseminate I, G. Knmmiags, Samuel McCartney. Alexander It NVAfT.R JJ 70 .17
us from oar nature-till we teem a thorough knowledge of the cultivation of the Gordon, Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph 12 G3 f.'jla
_... .. _
d Hogging the links we it******K : .1. n "
Sh XvTraTs-Tfie1 fewatTdftifAftKWiwj .S; Winds We.ahcr. n.mark. 80 fo S E
To catch,a.though glimpses eta dream, and i the Reeling or Silk, in the most ap toyed U. Kto ants Ru Mwtfrit; cUJlrLAtN. -- .-... IIQ- 14 63 fin N E CIJ}
solicitor and it
i The story of the past-and faithless torn method. The i importance of this knowledge will t t by affidavit.That the having said been nude to -- 15 73 67IG

,i < A doll.,to the recotd or that bate, appear from the fact, that the product oi'land appear Dings, eamoel McCartney.Alexander Cicely G. 31am- J 51 33 N\V Fair. 75 50 enr.

,. When incense up from holy shrines did burn devoted to the culture of Silk, la double, if not I Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph Lawton and Gordon Charles .2 58 38 Va'hle. 17 OJ 59 N E 'air.
An offering in limplieil.ablim.- triple,to lhatderived from any other crop which i Lawton reside oat of the Jurisdiction of ihi 3 6G 50 8 'V 'S 18 70 G-I S E
can be put upon It. It tea aim a fact, that every Court the said Cicely G. Mumming ia sow 4 1. 30 N E Cloudl. 1976 63 S
A. it visionary hundred dollars 1
though Were a moderate farmer can raise several ..
part cube West ladies, and the said Alexande 534 30" 20 85 6d
t The worship of pure hearts ere souls were sun I Iio worth agricultural of Silk,without operations.interfering Hat with in his order ordinary to ,' Gordon, Samuel McCartner, Nathaniel A 44 30 N \t' f'air. Stormy & 21 85 63 S \V Shower atojRECAMTCLATIOX.

bal,. Thorn, Charles Lawton and Joseph Lawton in 753 4-1 N E"' cold
G8 112
avail himself this facility to obtain competency die United Stales. [ N E Rain
It is ordered
and wealth which our soil and climate have given that the above 8 56 40 Va'ble Itaia. 23 70 lID Cidr'
$ooh is that sterner monarchy than man earned defendanta do and the aaid
appear answer .. .
himself of information 9 53 30 5
him. he must posses en bill of Stormy 24 76 fiG E 'air.
Ere claimed above: his kiudred. Upon them the luttjett-ror without it hi. attempts will be twentieth day of Sept.complaint next otherwise on before the laid the 10 45 29 N Iair.. 25 7-1 6J S E ltaio

Since Crt the necroinance of power began fruitless. It" la therefore the object of the Cora- bill will will be taken pro confuso against them. 1145 35 .. .. 26 8-1 61 S \V Fnir.

i It came with sceptre and with'dudem: mittee to diffuse this information as extensively, And it is farther ordered that this order be put. 1259 40 N E 27 85 55
as potsibfo, and at the cheapest rate. The ptfcli. fished once a week until the said 1G8 49 S E 'tt.
The lyrany of earth is pride.'Crashing manual directory twentieth day 28 10 n N E
pomp will contain a complete or '
cation of March next in the Florida Herald. Dated b 14 67 r'o' BV ..
the bodrwhile the chainlets mind, from lO"in,1I11 seed to reeling the silk to.Ileth.r 29! 74 58 E
Augustine this ..
To things of nobler bent, a allied. with such facts and experiment, as will 1 A.:A..P cia, AB.IGthday& &0ACOOT. of September 1844. 15 61 41 RaiD. :10 81 668E

Casting the,manacles ofdust behind, farmer to rile Silk and prepare lifo RAYMOND REID 1 51 38 N \V Fair. severe tluu .
market without further knowledge or assistance.It 17 54 47 N E Rein. dcrstorm
Soars tool boundless. I Jttdj Sup. Court E. 11 rit/fI. { Average 74.5
atmosphere swat, gist. maximum ; :
will also contain interesting matter on agrkul- A 1 59 37 N \V Fair.
,,/' Leaving tbs baser fate and bondage of its chit! turUabJMt in general. true COPI-Attat, 6. 1955 38 'S Prevailing wind S. B.

Boston,AprillBJj.: Terms:-The Coltunst will be publishes In K. GIUDS Cleri 20 59 48 E .. Fair days,24 ; cloudy 4 ; raia r.Mar. .
t.. _.. monthly numbers or Eif lit Quarto Pages al 60centaayear. 1 '-
21 71 52 BV Cloud .
A FINE Pair of horse*aud Barouche fur sale No subscription will bo received ''l("T I C 2 '- -:-' ..--.- -
.nil or eke oa the most unleas paid in advance;and for not less than a 2 4J N \V Fair. ... :: .m
accommodating terms < -
F rtwlesiKsteii8&i&&the patent OTHE / 59 43 N E == .1 -: '<
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year. ;1 Iemuhs
May 17th. 1845. Subscriptions received by F. G. Com+tock, 246220 S8 ., .. r 3'S.
Sec'ry, Hartford (Conn.), to whoa, also, Com Patent Law directs,lhat"every inven .2574 60 8 'V" -- -
AJhhtrater's umnications may be addressed, wmen, it lost bar ate he presents his petition to the 73 60 Cloudy ho".raIAI 183 tkI E t'i
Metice. paid will bo attended to Secretary of flute, signifying bit desire of obtaining 27 78 62 'S Fair. 2 dO 59 V.r Kiln
,1_' ALL PEfiSONd having cUimsor demands (hIT Editon who will copy the above,shall.* a Patent,shall pay into the Treasury thirty 28 75 59 Va'ble 73 &J E Fair
any nature (whatever against tho Eatate dollars,and hall take Cloudy
ceire the publication for one year. duplicate receipts ; one ofWJ 4 76 64 :4 E beeen.
., 73 62 8 I'air. fresh breeze Strong
oSLewia Usfiair late Ouval
County deeetsed Hartford,April. 1835. Sir receipts he shall deliver to the tS.creta'1of 80 t.J 'I'bundvr sbowsrt
are required to present them duly authenticatedlo State wbsa be presents bit petition." 30 61 43 8V Rain light & Ib'r 1 S4 647i3

the Subscriber. All accounts, claims or demaade otice to Builders It has bee n the practice in many ease,to send 31 50 38 N \V Fair fr00
not presented within the of
period two the above mentioned to the 9t) -
money f ;\Vtl8
year from the date hereof ss required of the I have for sale at my landing on the JnlhgmCntk. State or to the Superintendent of the Secretary Patent Of o RECAPITULATION.Average 1U
acetate,win be barred of of law. St John' from Maximum 59.1 Minimum 43.4.
operation River fifty to one flee; but in future,all applicants for will ; 1 75 67 MWl
'Claims against the said Estate authenticated u hundred thousand Bricks, at eight dollars per conform to the, directions cf the law patents on the..ubject Prevailing winds. N E aDd 8 W.Fairdays 178 1).1 :4 E. ,
., aforesaid,, be beaded ia at the office of Messrs. thousand they are one size smaller than tot and make the required payments into the* 2J ; cloudS : rainy 5. I 74 67 N Cool lad plea.I. .
Doeotis &LaYJ ct 6L Aa. stme. Charleston aria Savannah Bricks, u for the quality Treasury. 7d 6.. d E Fresh b1'HZt.r .
PWSCILLAMATTAIR.Aprfl they are equal to them if not superior. I rtaafVftT.1f'2 .
It will be 14 ct2 Ol S\V Rain uDder aDd Ii
a compliance with the law
jn this
15, Administratrix.fefttt prepared to furnish those that with to purchase, res 00 W Fair 180
I pect, to pay the miiney to the Treasurer t1lif
'- one hundred thousand every thirty days if require oi the "
256 43 E 7' 63: E Fair
Geraglu ed, or I will gel them ready ai otherwise order tUnited States Washington to his credit ,in 70 26 N 17 77 C7 i E fresh breeze.
ge ed. by geeing due notice.N. .of the selected de cite Banks. The Cloudy
Marc &, Tailor, St. dgas tW. B. The Jnlington Creek is fifteen miles should state by whom tho payment ia 4 44 27 N .\V Fair I Tit G7b6

HAS for sale at bis store recently{ opened above Jacksonville,and baa a safe harbor, and I made,and for what object. 5 46 33 N E .".' 21 1 78 J8 63 E :bower at Eve t'
asBOftaaeet of goods ofa superior qvelitv.wh aa,vassal that ails up the St. John's, can load Aa a notice to this effect was published on the 65 00" 210 63 v fern .
be will all tta email advance above the from a plank.. at my laadlD,. '3d cTOeieb*tot,sufficient time has elapsed for 7 45 a .NV Cloudy 2: 7' 70 Fair
slew York priets I: will keep on band Hat, REUBEN LORING. its being known to those interested. Therefore, 8 21 16 N Fair 73 6r. CI'dy
Beets, Shoes and Gsntleman'i Wearing Apple 8t.Augustine.May 27th, 1835 8-tf. fees for patents which may be Mat the Secretary 32 23 NV .. E Stormy.2474s8 '
is!,wad various othtr.articles ia the clothing line of estate or Superintendent cube Patent O&ce, 1 40 28 Cloudy Bakes or snow 76 5H Fair
for Wkrter and Summer dress. 'V4LI14.LE after theist of.fay.will be returned. 11 45 00 as Fair N} .

|: CT6firi ....'. dotfaieg made. to order,and PIt..RETtiIJer Fees for copies of patents, specifications, of i 48 31 NE t13 63E

BtlMBMetAsfefeatblo manner, and warranted le.A drawings or for recording assignments should i53:3 "' 63 4 :.
( oft. ONE LARGE be transacted to the Superintendent of the Pa. M4 &I 'p
,... STONE HOUSE 14 58 as" 'S1G45
and LOT situated in front of the tent Office, in coin where they amount to less :iiee GS N31p5
"'''JJ'f4I.& Store.THE Sea Wall than five dollars, u back notes under that sum E 70 E ,
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SUBSCRIBER has received by the One HOUSE and LOT h will not le received. 'NV Cloud Average Matiroum.79,5s lliaim..tl.L
1 50 39
... from Savannah and other late Charlotte Street excellent repair,at it JOHN FOR8YTH. Previa jag Winds E and B E.
arm*)*here,an extentvea! sad very elegant I aseteruaee the occupation of Charles Rohan Esq.present D f'ArUMS35.mit 1 54 39 8.E Fair Fair days.2b. Cloudy J Rain.
of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY One 1IOU8E and LOT in Artillery Lane, ot* J 1 58 t1 55 5'
GOODS.HARDWARE.PF.RFUMERY, Ac copied b y Judge Gould. I' i -' 59 44 N' E 'S2169478E '2'MI18ll11SQUII_
'.e.*bkh he wiS eels)for cash or oolla ,ral secwKy.es For terms, apply toJUHN QTTbs nswapapsrs authorized (o publish the .. VINO basioess importeecaiseoootry.wbmb
low aril possible lower than any other M. FONTANE.A g ant. laws will insert this notice weekly three times; 22 71 55 S tt B cannot weBbf '
boaMtatfescity, Ho if determined ta ',do a and eendtfeelr accounts to the Superintendent of 73 58 II Cloudy without bis preaeeeaj offers for sale his
pasiaessody.aDd bis reduced his prices, JVTI0 toe PBj itOflea april 0 2488520E on the banks of the river St J.... CowtfJohns r.

l6 to.the..6iB wy..ftfr Icwwt paw ftf rates n., and Ha eoIiikt ia f rttefor hem to and his WX D. BALD\VIh,4k ....,.* dipcwd t 0 56 40 N- \V" Thick fog mile Berth East of Flcrida-The pkolalion II
PicolataHcuso and 91 ji
JU o ofaD their iotMfrt ia VMr ae.W 59 b2 HE -
tbs sjttabUshBent
+ IHHO ftaofaliy lOOaH and eaanloe file goodaaad
City of At 0-
sad ysesrl at Sa AaRitlae'su 111\ ,.. J.barlotts 755 24 N.W. Raain Anftutise.petMas
atfts fef attestioD to business, and .." FI o opened near Users State !
., .i&.r slarateetd tries of Ws'.... to j at te ove* tarde'bOll the said firm y rote I.bout....v ed. dI. ytgyeu Street, I. Fair Ice at noon ten rvstdenee wishing ia Florida a daliKfctfel will.dad tbnrelupethese ,
.. .. >7 artUfeefjcn. 'IOHNI.IIEOIICK. indebted wiD -' -..,.... 11 Mt Fro.. wMre bosses wif t1a day,week or delirou oobkii1iag
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