Florida herald
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079917/00050
 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 24, 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
oclc - 02261128
notis - AKP5523
lccn - sn 82015191
System ID: UF00079917:00050
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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Journal. claimed in family. Mr. Hope obeyed tl i. .unwl f meebanieahy apart the flip of his tW
Froth : a transport in-which mirth ;
otra but it was found BY THI.WAY. w be appeared to do ttaeeaaefenTad
FA J HAIRS. clod! with wonder, George 1 uoaeeets cry. Thettory of
IJAVIF declaro it'a the flu?ivraxssiosa or like one whose
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It ii now about a twelve month since toe >>Brie!" "DavieJ"; said her brother, "whai wa koowo at Paris had taken wild, and 10 uasIzu.t3COTLI 'coa.eeITOD- weropaJafeHy Pr9occopied. .
family of Mr, Hope, of Kelbaok.in 1'erth- ''el Davlet"-for the idea was ao far beyond wherever they baited. Davie, seemed Every thing do-teg Wb srM
was, NU.POTtlro past to
biro bid occasion to pay a visit to the coa.&ieee't. natural likelihood and feasibility, that be accordingly treated all thn'ugh%. a The prestgotba impending cataatropbo. -
sort of lion officers
it b to could not -people seeminc to fend a kind $ AMP ITS EQU''IIUn. of the coin,eves,wbo
Of ibis family unnecessary i yet comprehend it. Davie "
"Why interest in ou- .*.. ant 'I'',- nominal were in attendance, stood Ie matte
It consisted while settled replied Miss turned eat attractions of ea-
sly more than that Hope, Davie i. supposed to be lo//b. A.1 the J V. Scotland.parUcuUily pectancy like moo who look
in Scotland,of Mr. andMra.lIol.ltbHe i the Due de BourdeauH in JI't 'LKttf5 at this -ea-oo, is the shooting. Ira they feel upoa a skat
aod two daa *.*". aU K,vtra ,gip I, tala.t31r/.N..V.1, .- -*M.Mr pM'j,excepting I meJlately liD your arrival you are asked. portends evil, tbootb what &y .
son D".inn.'hI'*AU...,r. nnr.e. the Freurhmen. nd Darts himself who at f"L"'" Roney,,. 'tinri rj. ., erg I Kbtit.fr you prefer a flint know net. Not a sound was beard beyond
or rctrssion
tbe r.ire M Pea lock
Oft "reM' by an tba
tvuin frosted with the charge of the fancily, j i that moment came in with a tray, burst into Esq. (President advertisement of 01 Km, ? "KWK :' .1 uu'"fvnfeb"ait>uAsvfed/'*.j.'*...1 w.th .d noise, .of lilt'and natbr the aotaat. .
uobli obliged buiiaett : a fit of Lughter which ; tlic Branch Bank of Da viaiwl HmMlui '''I\'JMt.iaJdia. .
old eale nantr ; by tivrdly experienced ties barrelled Mantou b appropriated to .use to ask
tbo iu this I your question W"Dulll firwfltion
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for time, with, ..theiattation.bo'teer.ol any check rven troti the fear one little ) an extensive Ki>M>
to remain at home a ternurary I has been perpetrated ery | the "..Ul0 keeper fills your powder and shotpuacbn. i to tbo reply. *'We dined together aa
spee..ily joining the resttt trouble. Davie taken for the Due do 1'0IUe'Ut..inJ.on the ., and wltu the in leash '
j Bank ver which be waits dogs a : usual; says ot.pbiDe. 1 straggled withy
Rome. Mr George was 'au clr< oi and ', Bounioaux! Davie a legitimate but disio- was entered presides Tim vault 'j lull ,-.u have Ujf your breakfast and the m tears, wUicb. notwithstanding every ef
bad two flaIuuu..1t1e her i ted sovereign! D-.vie, who (probably on ytterday morning
daihins yoonginao spent ester before i ladies learn tuo table, wishing joti a fort overflowed (ruin mi eves; 1 uttered not
day with false
winters.in Edinhursb. nod 10 particular I, day, Has stable buy at Kelbaok, and u oven bills andspecie keys and robbed of good day's sport, all! as mutters of a single word during that sorrowful meet,
intimate ) at this moment, all unconscious to tbe amount of about one .
fanned an acquaintance of hit bun
bd hundred i tourie. and be broke silence but once, to ask
thousand nn attendant

rr/.e Baron Dama, wo uflhiai in j ion, engaged l; in the humble dUly uf manbal- note f<* the Bank dollars. It is very fortn. : 1 would rather have gone to the library. ai'out the weather. My sun shine
Court of Charles the Tenth at holy.the .. j ling vraeg.tr and mustard cruets! The idea s taken consists of their that so large an amount I* Au aversion to welking.except upon stnouth 1 saw, bad passed away; the storm burst

naa ion lu.licrouIt was more than Ibo of which it trill otrnbillstbepaymeat I I flag stones, a poetical l tenderness on the subject | quickly. Directly antes cofl'ee> Bona-ario
modboue.Mrs. be
Hope" bad determined onuoot Jho( I ritilile faculties of man could well bear; aud unless 1 the< in power to stop of"puttiog birds out of meaty,*' as'the I dauittscd evtrv sue, and 1 remained aduco
she eefaged a favorite female aervaat. we verily brlk-ve<< tbat though the party bad'bands. The same bona fidt ass into other I 1 last office b elegauily called..nd b.tudt much with tutn." We have have already described

't y uame Margaret to accompany herahrold seen the muskets of the national guard lev* perpetrators of this daring act more at homo with a goose quill than a guy; the manner of poleone taking Coffee
IUld till a fci\ days before tbe time j t lied at them, they mast still have may succeed in printing the specie and the .
; laughed. bills .)f other Hank w ere some ota private objections to the after dinuer; the change| which on this; day
anoiutrd for setting out, notbiug occurred I After their merriment bad passed the first 13000. Tbe ; which amount to about 'order of the day" Between penuaaiuaand : first tooK IIl.tco.eepled to i in
to mar this arrangement. It was found, burst, Mr.\ Hope went up to the command actual loss probability b then, tint the a most truant sunshine was overruled !I pbiuo thither cares werenulonxerinditpcnsat -
had a Had" from whom she could on :noaccount t graver, and politely begged hit pardon for of the Darien the Bills latter au.ount. Th holders plight not destroy the, hopes of my noble! I J h rata as usuil) trumialtlewitu Napoleoo

part: good unges and foreign tights I what might appear to him as scarcely the from this in tb'country,-honld nut boat, by shooting bit only IOU, who was to whom vhesluuly tuliowed ioo twe saloon,
wre uo doubt tempting, Iud a bargain was : conduct appropriate to the occasion. "1 of the robbery be induced to part with bo my companion aud instructor.ls:.ouIJer- and with it haudkercbief presses i upon her
.thin g ont to be lightly l-roken: bat what must realfy say, however, that tbe notion any We at a depreciation. ed tbe proffered Mautoa and joined the Uioutb to restrain the subbing which tnuupb
all iheie to plighted love? Margaret, which the French Government learn that tbe Bank Will closed by Ibo
were bas formed, Teller gamekeeper io the park. iuaudible, shook her whole frame. Motor .
io short could nut '0. Mrs. Hope found( {it as to our poor little waiting boy is so outreso ular on Saturday, as usual after the rex Lord Romsay and bb man looked at me oring by an '''uri her self command, Joaepo*
tsihts, in the brief; time which now -- bizarre... tbat little business-tbat not th,slightest suspicion with ire
inapt very some mirth is bard- some astonishment as 1 anproached.aud prepared to poor out the coffee, wbea
remiined.to ebgage another femalo servant. I ly aroidslile" tho Robbery was eutert,unctl until last I w..a equally sue,ari.od at tinyoung owbl.' Napoleon advancing to the page, performed
Itoeruired to ber bip'over, as a last re. "Pardnnez*mol," laid tho Frenchman; evening.front One of the car, Wntclunrii statesthe man's ,tsetamor nsa. From the elegant tb* office for bimself casting upon her a regard

rrtcurce.' that a certain clever little stable "the description in the passport answers exactly iugjust before door was lusted yesterday morn I t I Oi ioiau figure I had seen at breakfast, ![he remarked area by the atieodaata; and
boy.whom they had had for two or three to the Doc de Dourdeaux; it is known the Bank day. A ziutlruiati passing was transformed to a figure some r.at rougher wbicb seemed to fall with stunning import for

year about the buuir.and who usually went also to the French Government that you, noticed yestoiday about 2 o'clock in the I I than bit highland dependant, iu a woolen the remained as if Itllpi ed. Tbo emperor

by the familiar name uf Davie might |'Je I Monsieur Hope, was n vititer at Holyroodhoute. day that the door partly open but sup shooting jacket tbat might bavebern cut inKvutuvky fraying drunk returned the cup>> to the page,
brushed up into a tolerably good footboy When these circumstances are ta On one of the officers nss tb..rt"iU't(t pockets of uuy number aud capacity aud, by asigb indicated bit nun lobe alooo
be would content tn No soon ken in connection with the known intentions patting however ag.iin about seven in'' with his band
I protided go. the ,,trousers of the-coarsest plaid, bobs sbuttiug own the door of the
rr thought of than acted upon. Davie was the ox-kio6 to remove immediately from evening induced Dud ohsertini; the door "I't'u.| be nailed shoes and leather gaiters, and a wan saloon.t lathe dining room separated by
called into the of his Scotland, it to if the was : tet call out to a..eert out il'uu 7 I ot his door there remained
instantly pretence master appears mo as probabi ner handling bit gun that would bared e only the count de
and mistress and asked jibe had any objections lity were prett11Iroul.. person informed was inside; receiving; no auturr. he | b ) respected on the Mississippi. My own Beaumont chief Chamberlain,who cootinn-

to ,-oill: al.roada waitinsman, "\Vl'II.lir.** rejoined Mr. Hope, "here i is : tbe officer, when the :.!h'>VO ila j appearance iu high-healed French hoots aud to walk about in silence, aud the favorite

mitt ad of remaining at borne as only an atleedant the boy himself take a good l"ok at him; ring robbery was expiHfd. The, entrance. otbt-r corresponding feet for a tramp over perlunalaneudaD'of the emperor; both expecting
upoa bones. Tbs little fellow brigh- examine him by question otherwise; ;show i kver was probably cotton'abed made through the "ck", \ n stubble and marsh, amused them equally; some terrible o.enle-Iu apprehension

trued at the very mention of such n thing I him to any pferson who mar have seen the der a -nd by detreudicft lids i-ut my wardrobe was e*.lu.irely metroJitau. which was but too speedily confirmed
OI"ftioD-Dlfi.! would lit to the eud oftbe Due de! Uourdeaux heforo no left France I gaining accra to the lUnkmj roll.., and there was ho alternative. I II by loud tcteamsfruni tho saloon.

world with his ml.trtHr his father andfttftflw I. And if this be the illustrious personage you which w ben reached r..14" keys were dou"- j t I The dogs were loosed from their leash I II We know from Jotepbine'a words,

would only l.t UM. M..jU.p. 41.* i .-,...*! him l.. !*.. I qUI It.han'tuUtutl less u ed to effect Otis been the robbery.taken ... 1 j I and bounded away, aod creating the Etk un : w bat passed dutiQ;"* ihi.Mr.t iuiM..u. ut
luvcryttep cbv r *
missal tbe bny nitb commendations at once to the "aleqQoace.aowe'er disagreea dent and Direction bjr it '.: der int cattle walls, weTJand our way out watched tu the chaojtiug expression of bbeoanieniinre
for bit readinettaad bit deference to the w i ill L ble." and ( to the' pcrri-irntor- ;: of the p.rk, nod took to the open Cehfr. A ib.itUMge which was in bbsoul.
rf his parents aDd immediately riding over Davie, who bad stood for sometime in a sons 1 well fouudnd tuspiciooi. w0 arcpleatetl : large patch of stubble was our, first ground At length bb features seined into stern .
tins country to the place where Davie'sfn state complete betvildertnent.witb a bread administered to say and justice will be speedily amt l with a "hie away!" from the game keep i I resolve. II.wbat uiy bour was come, lib

>ad". resided easily prevailed upon them knife arrested io his surprised band, and his recovered. perhaps the whole amount I* *r, the beautiful setters darted on before, whole frame trembled, be approached and
to allow their son to RO abroad. eye fixed alarmfully un his master (though <5 'I I: their tails bush with delight, Iud their noses 1 felt a shuddering borrurcoine over utf. Uo
Behold the family party, then squired by his sensations ref"erred rather tn tbe gestures !"acrrnnttis' 7f'"t(;I ". fl/& in"., I to the ground first dividingench for a wall I took my baud placed upon bb heart gazed

Dat ie, settin*;out un th" 'r tour to tho con-. than thelauguaxe.) Wit now brought forward side and beating along till they met and U. on mo for a mumcnt then pronounced .
tweet.Ie by Mr. Hope and ,ul>jected to the NUMBER or PLANTS TO Tnt Acac. then scouring; toward the ceotrr.as regularly! tncse fearful "onsl-'J".rIJbioe.ml! excel

order that tbo remainder; of our story1I scrutiny of this soldiers, none of whom, Thefollnniiig iia very useful taMr. It t,I r aa if every step was guided by human reason lent Joej>hiue thou kuonett il I love tbee!
tltnuM have; its proper force we mutt |.re". bun ever, wire able to identify him. is, however much more' convenient for far Suddenly they both d/opped low into the Tu tueo-to rhea stunt du 1 owe the only mo
I mine tbat tAvie; was etseniialiy a Hcottuhvillage "Comment .'. pellez*vous?** said tbe men to be familiar with the rul. or piiuci j:i stubble and with beads eagerly bout forward meats ot happiness wbicb i have eujoye-in '

boy. lie wat oue of thote flibltrrti* commandant with an evident mixture of plo of calculation than to be at tbolueunto.1
tllhet.-to use one tif Sir Walter's ideas.. i involuntary respect in wbat would have otherwise nience referring; to the e !I more in advance, stood as motionless as will. 31yuearestaflettions' roust si
who are always tn be seen flying about Inlallto..nl !ben the blunt question of a person I square rods to nn acre give 48'10 yards, he- .J!1! stone. "A covey my lord!" said the game lent before the iotercttaof France!-'Say no

in Scotland, with bare feet and fluttering in authority cause the s.a vardsin I.n=tll. ton rod mud ,. keeper, and with our guns cocked, we advanced more' 1 b..datreugibsufficient ta.reply; 'J
attire, ttotkliij all kinds of mUcbiefH Davie only stared, for the very good reason iipli_d hy iu.lf. rnnke 30|,the number of'' to the du;;.. why bad crouched, anJ was prepared for this. but the Uuw u not less
tiett cats and pou'tn! tithing for eels and that be did not understand she quest square yards in a rod; this last numHer, mud lay as till while wo passed them .. if ...... moriaL l Wore 1 could not uirer. 1 cannot
.rag their skins, byway of trophy round ion. His master, however having explained tiplied by 160. eivo 4340. There are three liter depended upon our shot. Another tell.wbat p ased within u e. I believe xar
tbeir ankles, darkened by tho sun to the tint to him that tbe gentleman wished to know feet in a yard;this number squared produces step, and Whirr! whirr! a dozen natridges creams were tow:. 1 thought reason baa

era filbert, and unconscious of any evil onn his name, the supposed; Duke answered.in a 9, with which you multiply 4840and obtain started up from the furrow and while Lord fled. 1 became unconscious uf every thing, .

cirtb except the Shorter Cbatecbm. ?uche strong Scottish accent, "Davie frairhairu, if! 43.560 the number of square feet In an acre Ramsay cried "-now!" and reserved his fire and on returniugto nip senses/ound 1 bad ,
lr. lion ever, was Davie previous to bb it please )..,Iir.b ." All that tbe farmer need remember is the to give me tbe opportunity stood stock still been carried to my dumber."

being reduced to servitude under Mr. hope, "'\ Men,** said the Frenchman, in number of feet in on acre, which bo will divide I in my surprise; and the whole rove? disc P, I When Josephine tbus fainted, Napoleon

. He bad since tb'en beau put into proper exttr&ftls the same tone ; "et qui sent votrcs parent by tho square of the distance of Ms I I peared over the u all. My\ friend laughed, hastily opened the door oldie saloon and
-bad learned to do a little In tbe way ?" plants. For example if he plants 4 fed a* the game keeper smiled., and tbo dogs hied cadres the two individuals who remained in

ef terting a table-could whittle tho bunting, This being; likewise interpreted Davie part, 4 multiplied by 4. gives I6the number on duce more. lbodin.ng room. The opening of the door

bag in Vet Freiscbutxoud even already ba tit answered in all simplicity, "My father i is of square fret allotted to each plant or trill 1 mended my shooting in the course oldie allowed them to aee the empress on tbe flour

aaiferted a tendency to that jockeyiih cox the sutor at Collate J and my mother beepsthe Divide 43,500 by JO. the quotient b 2.722, morning but it was both exciting and bard lussnsible yet still speakiug is broken mur ,
reaibry tihicb consists in turning, the row of public.** the number of plants or bill to the work. A heavy shower soaked us through;; muss: ''Oh DO j ou cannot scarcely du it!- -
knee buttons towards the (rout la former When this was explained to the iute-r",,,. acre. without extracting tbe slightest notice from yon ould not kill me" At.lleanulootea'

twwi.Darie's sun-bleacaed hair was arranged tor. bo elevated his eyebrows with na incre The number of plants which maybe planted my companion; ; and on we trudged, through tered, on a slgu from bis master, and lifted

above the brow in a carious radiating fa* dulous expmssion sm.l I asked if be bad on an ncre-lGO rods or poles 4840 peas, beans turnips and corn.madded l to the in tits arms the hapless Josephine now per

*w'0, which bears in Scotland an equally) hoer long in the ccrviie of bit present was. rods or poles-43.560 feet is at follows: knees, aud smoking with moisture, excessively fectly unconscious of all lust was paisia-

eame vaccine name; but now be bad IcarM ter. feet Square No of Feel Squat Noel to the astonishment, I doubt not of thenrlotluctinnsuf Tbe emperor himself taking a taper from
to train it reatlyfurwardafteramaane r I "Ou. sir, I've been three year 'gain Mara apart feet plant.. j I .put. lent. plats Monsieur Clerx,of tbe Rue the chimney piece, lighted the hay through t
pftorcd of b Yarictu of hit tinmas wi' auld Mr Hope-I tho Vivienue. which dark passage, whence ihrve
peraoH ow was groom's 1 1 43,560111 121 3 6 ti were reduced to the consistency was a private
reek and statoa toKfe!; -and upon tbe whole, I I!,! right band man. air but now I'm promoted I ,I,1 a 2j 19J6011 I 12 144 303 of bruwn paper and those of my Lon stair to the empress's sleeping rvom. At
be wr .. satr rood lookinjboy, though, a Iytw to wait on the kddirs.&nd Ioacaun wi them i 2 4 10,890 13 ItO 257 don Tailor which were equally entitled to first be bad merely aid that she bad a nervous

i no respect superior natural or acquiredto to Eetaly." 2| GJ 6.96U 1.& 11HJ a>2 some surprise ot the use they were put to. attack but iu bb increasing agitation
,' to the amble duties which it was his 1 1shish I' prince," said the commandant.witb b 3 0 4,840 15 225 IDa | It was quite beautiful, however, to see tbo allowed' aumo expressions to escape, whence

"" to perform. a mock cbeuance."vout eves cmploj6 bien 3A12 t | 3oo6 10 Z'6. 170 the ardor and train 1.15 of the degstheir cau tho count first clcarlj perceived tbe nature of
Ant the French Ambsssador's office iu Loa votra tempt ea Bcof.se. J'apercoisque hoc, their and J osephine's calaaity.| VXbentbey .
'OUtI 4 ltd 2.722a obedience their perfect on- : tNl.ibMir.unassisted
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family obtained a genera |' r>*" I: wv. i toned mvself interested quito beyond attas *
bkh expressed that they were going to prince.I'you have employed your time well 5 25 1,742 19 8G1 120 we .jumped the attempt to bear tbo empress! ;
and it .
40 Scotlandperceive have learned G ({ 400 tizue dowu with safety. Napoleon then called the
Items na butiuets.and iu which the redoubt, you 30 14210 20 IUd i and took it once more 1 leisurely
We Davie was of course include.! as their the language to perfection.) 7 49 &9.15: 635: C9. park paillog walks that I realbed at keeper of the portfolio, sirens dot v it was to ,
itrraBt. Nothing purticolar occurred until Tbe gravity of the family wit here oncemore 8 01 6383''; 900 48''' down the gravel mud, and weariness be in constant attendance the door of tyro .
they arrived at a hotel in Paris, when, as fairly; oy"throwa. and they laughed 0 81 537 25 1225 35 I what an expense bad ,been water cabinet which also opened upon tee corri f
they were about to sit down to take some i long and notwithstanding rile evidently 10 100 435 40 1690 27 my days' sport Scotland purchased: dor. Giving the taper to this attendant, and ,

refreshment, Mica Hope happened to cast a 1 rising wratb of the two soldiers.At Silk Cuttwitt. Men. Never to come and to again jack- directing him to precede, tho emperor bia
shoes sboottag
hobnailed a
glance through tbe wiadotv. and saw a troop length mastering bit mlnhAlr. Hone without self supported Josephioe'e limbs sail des
ef gtftt Tanntt ranked op in front of tbefeoutt. I proposed, to go with the supposed pretender et. tending last,the party thus attended the door
"'Surelyl" lIid 1m-"there most >he to the throne of Frauce.otberwise called Da From the National tntelligenctr, 8.1 {nil. L of her bedroom.. Hero N-ipoleoa dished

one yaQtuallydisOoguUhed person in this i vie Fairbairn. under a guard, to tbe resident &hCO.OAIf. rnn* .tm.'Lara or Jour BIN&. both bb companins, and, laying the empress

hotd-see what a fine(guard of honor he has of tbe Intendant of police, where be cones i- NAPOLEON AND JOSEPHINE. i on the bed. rung fbt-ber women, who oo oatering -
at the door!" At that moment two of the i wed they would be sure to find some nue The Conventitm of Delegates late* elected beawted. I found him hanging over her with aa t
I aid eaad'armelCred the room with o qualified to decide the matter in question. In this Territory to form a Slate uooatitution But the fatal day"was not to id bleb- expression of tho deepest anxiety. Several f

low bow; tad while one stood at-erect: -as a : I' this the Commandant consented, and I preparatory to its admission ate the Tbe 30th of November have destined arrived, for" doi times during the night bo returned personally i

poker, the other, who appeared to be tbe '1'they accordingly departed in aicolcbD..iobuna Union on.an equal footing with the'olher Napoleon appears to Josephine to inquire concerning ber utustioabatescot )
media officer of raa part, said si I : as proud ass peacock in the backseat states, assembled at Detroit on the'IJjb ult.! i daring bit final determination to dine oo these occasions, rnaintaiasd ooaro* ;
Ply in Frwcb, "Sir nod laoies,! am very tor- between two of the soldiers while a John Middle (brother of the Preiidentof, tho She bad wept all day; they were her to the together klu .Uenco. MOo ncoYHi ,,**u vs Jos*. ;

4 to .be under die Deetlltlt1 ef informing detachment was left to guard,the ladies in Bank .of the United States) was sax aa usna),and to white conceal bat fastwwfonder t"rti brae, "1 1 perceived Corsivan waa io attest ;

I ov.dnt yotfmurt- tons.eoaikleryottrselves hotel, They were speedily Introduced to t iroottsly slotted President and Charles empress ,rue a largo with U deep front, shaded taadance, and e>y poor daugbtor act .
Brest." the intendant very dignified looking per- Wbipplo aad M. J. Bacon, Secret the chin, of tbo OTsr me. No,oo 1 cannot describo te hor
whole! of the part .
Tae aitopishtpfflt or our best Bcottisb jIoo-"ho, having bainformed of theca den the also bad upper shown marks of dtuat ion tbat oJgbU Eve,
...ds aa, boce&eeived at tills spec tedofaffain. Nt it at once to rest by declaring (wbat bo Amongst other incipient I I proceeding wat (ace. Napoleon- ,bo scarcely spoke>> to Seiawrestifbiclilio afocted to asakofai. oysuSVrieis ,
agitation; ; .
the strop pt ad,tome additiooal cruslty.Ob .
** the ses>
lid .aeeen\Hle tara UodereieUteedyoitj i had every reason to bo sore of) tbat Day ie following tow.d "
kM!" Mr. Hope; "forHtf ua not the duke. Mr. NorvoH offered ft resotutioa tip !to r. ltg, "ttb arms ftloae. St1IntJnabto my God? bow justly bad I reason to

' ** "!beg your pardon Sir.aw"red Mr. Hop and bis man war then liberated ing the coarse of tba Legislative Council and .. i pawJOs cODyulsh'omoy.tDOOl.Wwarjr atteaS 4read6eeomifl5- empress!I" ,
Frenchman 'it Is IIr-roted iiy the with tang, polite> .1 ....III.r".adonduct.d ; of tbo Executive in relation to.the Boundary $ to time,a 'J'i;o foMowi _b teller addressed by Jostpbiao -
; patsedfor-aaiMUBi
Jiweb OoTtrnaeat. that you bars hroegbt hack to thq hotel under every mark Question, which, after some debate, wat q lib a b"acuq, when a1 table, herabedbifoyoHw8so to her husband few days after .
aCM bb tt tarn and
of The referred to n elect Committee. ; these strews lest io *a bop of witklrawtef
"'bee from respect. former ftdvUctl, bow .
de Bourdeaox in party woe | look b stealth M.1'
**%re..11I8.... Iran but your tin my duty by ever. wben! be tilled next day at the Drib sb Oo Thursday this resolution'. paid ed. the! with ay, Jo wiprestioa of tho him from bb resolution this with die late.r .- .

"*<< you ail under arrftt. I..thtok. ,Ambassador, to get a separate passport for Most of Ibo day was occupied in debate on upon regrft OBJpross Tbo dinner was remove! tiou of proving !a resignation to aaarraage- |
frivie, for.,the rest of tho the question. Yeas 81 4. deepest st proceeding from btn0eal !-
Psis are aetatl bare; one of tko iadif thsirjoorney, as uays ehetI neither a mortelj and tbo ,
gibed ie nawcrttsetmt tabs ",tir'l circumstances which had already marked him Nothing else material) was transacted warns ; pasted turned his fcoife 'My prwcBtJaeots ere realised. Yavi
roar use to which Napoleon
t '.-.... lie-tat b.iaaaN14h-IIItH." butt foriufpicica flglgbt operate elwtrbere. during tbe lint teD days of tbo littiof. only <

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d, I food of dress and amusement, but with the most splendid (flowers I-bata"
I I timo almCOa na). The latitudes to wbidi it any of ,its forms who would cultivate the ionatay rtmlrka.lfJ for their quiet inoffensive beheld. h R
TBC thrives best are from 23 to 30 north. Ukw the sugarcane ..who would drain the swamps'- are and < i rate habits. They have remark the moon Andt'ar Ii'hitobt.

I'LO.lIt!, % HERALD vine it ilcnltivated on the 'sides of hills in who would embark in the tar and turpentine manners closed I nine rmf> :. celebration of the brilliant than at the thirtb. There i U to ..
... the oaks for ship knees, or just 'J" "
It is' railed from the "ho would cut
to plains. vision of
It PUBLISHED preference l would "dur.llme,," sad$ tn be in honor of the a greater expanse sky-a
"EVERY WBU."i'SDAY, seed and yields its first crop I a front twig to. fall'lamber for cedar ahlolle.-wbo themstives finding of the true cross" by Constantino. sweep of the horizon. which may beto
three ears. Where the best teas are raised shoal shoot birds in winter, or regale 4bo of .tbe .
of which there is foodly) number pnreeese atmosphere.
The chldren. ..
r is Carefully pruned and prevented en floeki of Canadian sties or pccaaionaUj '
phut and Writs and.peak our weather I it wait del'mkifol. The a
:rAMJIa _a G tlr.D. fronjttK[ >iR t heigftvexceeding two or I frolic in:site chase after the nimble ,learn to and in a few the city will be tcr b.s been for wcekc at 70 to 72* .
tram years A-
and language
three er. The product of good tea.de- deer with pack of noisy bonadt in the spring I wasxploth't &].;60' to 869at 2 .... M; and at 70 to
CF.R k brat and I loKalit-and of'American samboes for ""'I.a.aud attendant mrrfcoatetf. fitrly i .
.I'E DUIJ.A i1I1M. pea u a the foil season tao RiterBt. fit,7 P. M. We are fanned day tad '
< ;). a.lcx.I <$dlyk c mleheitbatofg d wine; like i it !, we wonia especially recommend Ibo one of an d party np the trade wind Tbe invalids! PI
et.z HAt.r ntAi 1 Hernasdode Soto. Johns in a steam boat. We wt&nearly to gentle ..
varies occordws to the care regions conquered by
to. .tkB pro5fe 0 and made an ex the exception of from twenty to- thirty
is collected and N. Y. Star tbe head_ of Lake.George,. ___ ___ t4
I .. Ole Matproportion "..bicb tbeop prepay A ft .n: a 0-' remain left for tbe north in Mark
.A. .. ntertew % cnrsion to the eeitnraieucuiver gpraul.- I over, _
'",-. q u re:-or-i rst iasorm+u a J1.PI !d fn Fro sbi same plaIt woeom- r .. It boils from the ground fa large basin, April toucan, to experience the tastfe-.,
nhicb I
t ).x \ ,\ -;.. ;, Cents fot qb-tt&qucn, ne D m f n in eaclhseason four crops! Earth uake III CAUL By the ship Coral, and forms up a stream sufficient to admit a the present lOre and balmy atm ..

aJrrrtisem t. ill { aud no anotbefleauie of variety lutes as it apt'ears the at New Bedford from Talcahnana. lotelai.leDfe team boat to the fountain bead. The water Some of them died on the w.". and

tone Will{ be ronsftrrd t I...s than a square. t iihe mar%t. The younger earliest the leaves is'taken hat been received of the entire destruction is pure and transparent as crystal and fc,a we learn, are seriously indisposed at ra...:

A discount made to those who advertise bigb> the Iyor. of The and crop the last to of that port the city of Conception and favorite resort of fish and row I. As the eye For the pulmonary invalid to esrlaa... ..
in the beginning Spring noro.'han twenty villages lying between the Aogosiine for the north that early,is
by the year. I penetrates the surface search of the: bottom tei
"' P- August Paeifr and tbe Andes, I bj a succession of out of a warm ro into the air.
:ir": """" of of ffieieBily high flavor there is a fine optical delusion: the water open 'hi
I he fire"ttb tew the first ol. which occurred on
+ d the word which ) eartlquakes, resident consider the
nave proadUD>; .e"i.r..aOl' time and film in the basin appears to be only five or six physicians "satrpmnPmatron"
to keep for a considerable retired for about 15 ,
ru Such is tbe the 50th Fob The sea of importance
rest is a m.1it1' feet more to
the oniy; I feet in
us; deep reality, nearly thirty
reward-Iwih out sayufeomeny .a*rltiee.tilt'1 C'oo.'queDre for etportation Provioces---Fkienl, was for a songitle ,, mioites after tbe first shock,leaving the ship I" in depth! The substances in the stream werea health of the invalid than all the other ...

( were sweet because made fur )ou)- ibutofaaattncbmen confined to black two and pin R.ben laying at anchor in the 'en1tirclj silvery hue. There is bold bluff fifty or I sons put together.Oft .
i unbounded "u my part which yielded! tea. I dl'J-.t then came in sad rose 25 feet sixty feet io height' at the bead of thin spring in mental contemplation I am hi
Of late owing
+ and of the must 10Jewu'0.tu. ou yours iJul which yielded green. In years and I above tbe level overwhelming the whole. [ ursubterraurauriver, and Alderman MATti contrast the fatness of my own native i lilt
interests put forward at. to the great demand of teas Europe i Mw, women; Bud children fled to the monoi i II "hblhe St.
tbeJune whose sterility at Aup*
America tbe-cultare has been cxtendsd to ... >ft of jourcity.i pronounced it a capitalsite apparent
wdl! is said iudcumify me by t..o..but many vejtakeu and a.ep'l| but when I look and inhale the
a motive i I upward ]
ongt- .
The two .
for hotel future
however to three additional provinces. the ocean by the returning a Tal.- an at some day. '
oul! Tfi se Interests to breath of heaven floating amid these
justifying the best; the of for A. a j
however produce the place resort i
"hld"uU.feign til immolate me. are but n ti l {provinces district of Woptog .in tcictt s lI.r cetera 7 earl ea' I 0IlY8bccQuponaaamherorSurarPlnn.' Darrens, i rVrl Krt.ful to th. God of 01

oreiaxt; your ill dt srmbted munition, a* it worst comes from the CD.f't ??, ,,/ice American ships thereat'tbe t I south of St. Augustine.) These lauds are I II forth!* oue ot bit cuotcrst gifts.A .

ndliovercoutiaue. Ibo ':aide ('IOlnl1. _*,, ... mourn time .the of which were'instrnmental I low hammock and the of clearing distinguished physician of soar
crews cost
has been togci average
... ....__. ..... ..unuuu ur I cr area despotisms of Asia the soil is private .1 I mud Dr. James, who the ?
Draining them winter
in saving the lives of many persons. and all other good spent .1 St.,
disaster! and ruiu.VjuSakot and is subdivided
'OfrlIO to property minutely
) very
I gostiue estimates
lands, is dollars that there
.. .. Th sugar filly per acre. The are twi
no ulliam ofao leaves or the
to contract- tea 1.lao'are pickedby
Darien Found soil 1'ouloka thousand in the State of New
23.000 of Monty We on- at exceeds In persons J
feetr to I,e xiveu tu you. e.Dpire-bf a dynasty the cultivator. family, and conveyed at richaft..aa1Iaud'l l alone, in different
demand that$21,000 of the principal bills of I have ever seen. The stratum a : stages of pulmonary j jtion.
its be founded! Jut with whom do you once in a fresh state to tIfWt market where I from the
tbe bank Darien and 2000 of the Branch mixture of elay and sea shell a foot deep premonitory sore throat
(. contract that alliance I With the natural c- they are purchased by; a particular class of in this city, lately stolen from th. Bank was underbid by a bed of marl, from six to eight '' seated eODlumpl oa. From what I s*
of Fra.aee-bn ,insidious house of dealers; who dry them under a shed, and in I i I
newsy seen earl experienced. I bellows that
found this morning among some cotton hales ten and not infrequently twenty feet in $..juf
Austria-whicu datnU our ct.uutry from this imperfect state or preparation dispose of on Jones wharf by a negro draytnau. From depth. The limber"r ota..Uite oak and ': g istine *fit be tn the north a"city or ref
feeling, system, ant) necessity Du you cup.pose them lo a second and higher class traders from the rigors of the winter
the fact that this cotton was only la ied two palmetto or cabbage tree. This tree season. J.
tut ibohatrc days since and of in neitig examined )esterby"a grows to the height of sixty to seventy five cause ofttfe,]
have been laaoifrsteii, especially during the and after completing the process of manufacture ing humanity, that the
respectable gentleman of this city thereis without a limb with a large tuft orleautUulle".es entfrprisiDIIpiri&
last been transferred pack them io chests. The tea arrives t
fifty years, b..1 rom Albany add New York cities
the { in
a I no doubt that money must hive- bean at tbe top. the centre of may pt'
the kingdom to the empire+ ;aud that. thedescend4BU in Canton about the middle of October and p and build a comfortable and
placed among the cottton last ni;ht There which is a head of eahhaie twice the size of spurious ..
of Maria Theresa. who the busiest period of the trade extends from "
purchased I here. It would be filled i
is every reason to believe that more than one Ibo garden vegetable,aud more delicate eat to overflonujf.
faul ihtit time to the end of December. The traders
from Vlidamo Pompadour the ironty of I person was concerned in this robbery, and i I 101;. The' ands form the northern neck would be a great inducement to iurjj& ,
1756. mentioned bjf yourself only with horror. in green tea amount injoumherto about that tbe individual or individuals, mutt he j i of the "Qraham and Turnbull Swamps." remain.through the vear.

.-tbiuk you. 1 auk thai her posterity, four hundred: the dealers black are less. in this city. It becomes, thrrcfnw, our Police which extend nn hundred and fifty miles dots n The election for Delegate to COD .

white Iho1 inherit her power nro not nni- numerous but more wealthy. They accompany to be on the alert. We further understand the roast of Cast Florida. Below that are over. 'As fares heard from in the'Cat t
muted also by ? I d.. nothing more their chests, carried mostly by porters Mr. White, the 'q
spirit from that active measures are in pro.relilo very superior lands on Indian River hundreds present Dclsgit. *, ii' t.
distances several hundred miles, to
than repeat what HUIVC beard from you a detect the thieves, and of miles in The by an increased majorit*
we are authorized to extent. Georgia Plant J atte hJtd
) for a
Canton In Canton tbe sorts quoted exportation tin
thousand times: but then your ambition I do not exceed fifteen in number a- say that if the individual who placed the ers are turning their attention to these lands! u.rlbe Supersnlqurt :tbisrtt r.c raeasib

itself tn humbling a power which oats : tUtU eight of which are black aDd six i money among Ibo cotton would come forward and will invest as soon as they are in tbe since, JUugeUeid p rraidin.r IIIDpt1htt
?u propose 10 tit-\'"Ie. ,relieve me *u longas green and all in relation market. The United 9 ': with
the prices varying from twelve to sixty centsnound. give understanding States 'Stvaraj't arennnt 'urt prayer. The mail,is KiaiJ
>au .ball l-o master of Bump. Austria M __ _. to the!,facts of theft, that be would be. kept I,I surveyed th rr._ It is but a few weskstin. 11 must lose toy_salmaitundi letter I
wilt know
hut -
l be submissive never te..rr..e u ... .. .. '
yon Ala reA10 the consumption cites io different harmless. It is not ailvttanii then rm th" :: s<.nt un." f1ourei& :derecl thirty! Try? your fiivud. &t.r. .
diridualtocomeforward Mud relieve himselfof tbous-nd. .Jollnr. for '
a ptallfloil! S. .
countries, the writer remarks that the Sit s.
** the want of au heir mutt mother
A t" his conscience of the punishment which awaits Jokes. li ton Mt
prejudiced Ju speaking of a all nation of Asia east of Siam .end i ..e been sold fortbirly four
app-nr to you him here and hereafter by a candid con- thonsanJ! '
inn! r"n I-<.ugbl'1 loljetulftit rrpertiug Cj raboja are what may be termed habitual fession. The amouutwbichyitreulaiasuu- I ."lfan. I".Iuricia ,loads are ei.
and immemorial consumers ortea. With the I I f-.iy in better demanu and the advancing. .
him wh constituted w: ole joy. and onw price
my found be of benefit to him or tbo
can no
Chinese themselves the tea is inconstant ; The last Legislative Council charter.cd '
bom onec*ntrrd:nil your hopThe ado not who have for tbe first mad ttetl
requisition from morning laightstithper.I attempt to a Roil toad Company and Trn
paS a
,'iii nf the 2d J.hmar.lt3UtJ.* nns, then it. will disclose their corn-
a pidiiic lfl l falsehood! Hut these is one_ rf a' sons of both sexes nf ail ages, and all condi guilt, :;0. Prrr pan)'. ur-ou liberal principles. It is thought

lily t -.l 'least; the talrnu an.t virtues of myEnfrne tions. They u
are n<. jlhisi..it. How many times frequently without sugar. Snppustagwhatis .* ht Albany tinning J urnt1l. to the interests of the stockholders and

hot> you l'rn uunred their eul,,pium! What a very reasonable supposition,-that each I Ii ST. AuoCiTiiiE, May 26. ltt35. I the couutry.I .

doI I Iii)1 Ihvo you not deemed them worthy I i inhabitant PD ao avenge drinks '.Vtre as Fa'Z1'IDVztD.SinC'. my last letter a spent the last month in Georgia, and i

of the i om-uiun of a throne at a rccom- much aseich inhabitant of jVtat Britain, the chajjgo has come over us-the beauty of St. .) attended! the Annual meeting of the Georgia '1

1)1-.'.... i." .Infirn said they deterred more?- : annual consumption \China would be half Augustine il faded-her or.nltetrre*. the ...3.I I, Presbytery Its deliberations were most

A'",! Frtuce has repeated the came; but I a million of ions. interrupted growth of an hundred aod fifty intrrestlag.-Au report wa made

\that to )'UU lire the withcif if France? Tad me of tea in Europe commenced about ,ears, were laid low by February frus',. ,i of the rapid progress of the system of oral,

.. I-io not here speak of the. person d':;,tin. one hundred and eignty five years-ago, These trees are indigenous to Florida, and instruction amuus the *. AId P-|.*..*' ;w

114' .. --.I ,sow, ?w. ywss .... ,, ,..., 1 ..Dcl in this tit". th. on......|'uuu has t.Ucil U l.r',uaarKa+.o tnat in the lorrsjs protectrd i the south. Tbe Rev.Mr. Jones, Moderatort

tlinutd meution her. \"'!,'tever l,us h, 'atou from a natnaUt fraction to nearly thirty by surrounding trees, they are killed to the t of the Presbvtery i is the author of a Chatei -

that subject ";'I2Iel{ be liable to .upicion. thousand tons. A greater quantity it consumed root. Sixty miles south the orange trees ,i chism fur Colored Tenons; and devotes his /'Ir. .1lQlJS'l'l,1.B:

But one t.Iing will never! su
Von which fun, formed for your and America. As to the question whether for one year. Many persons lure,aud uj-on him preach to several hundred blacks in a -----

happtartt. May that facility at least rerompi Chin: will be able to supply any great the St Johns River go on setting out orange I i.I church of their own, and wa at his examination iLl Ifs particular request the Rev ft

n." m* for ray turron I. Ab! great it \\'IUbe quantity in proportion to the increasing demand groves as if nothing had happened. They of a very large talibath school nf col- M'Wma will perfutm Divine service In the totbodut :

i it< 1 propiirtionate to them!" the writer InWestmiostrsthinks there say we may not have another such a wino r need chiLren." They arc made(familiar hh Chinch mi Sunday OuXt at 11 o i.!oc ,!

is no doubt but it will. The culture which for a.century come. But the general confidence the questions and answers and all their po wen SI. Tht UFV. }Jr. Last will pr.,>ch la the Pro

Thirst Qurnckedwit.outdr1Mling.itmay was extended from two to provinces, to in the orange business is much impaired are concentrated in the exercise of their hyteiian Church at half past 3 IV (. in orderfr
meet European demand; can extended to as several ears must elapse beforeibe memory. The accuracy of their answers
not he severally knunn tu.iurrtaders that many others. The hud in which tea is cultivated young trees will be in Bearing. Th sale surprised me; and would have done credit enable thai!i"i>o.ed. to abend settee l IEp

water, ev n salt water imbibed through the consists of hills and mountains the chief the children of I c..pa' Church at o'clock.
thirst of no oforaog-s was dependence of many to any parents. The : .
skin appeases almost aswll as freshwater remarkable fertility, and not suited for the poor families In this city. They must now catechism in use is cle.tr exposition of the Tktndtr Morai.-in ---
taken In Illustration of this Sunday last
production 'of Cnro. Of these; notwithstanding direct their attention to some other employ leading truths <>f the bi'ile and makes I'I.iu. one T0uij It
has the fol-I were %uite by of the
subject a correspondent sent u' the hibjy cultivated slate of tbeltplalo.anrl. meat tor subsistence. The loss of the orange the gospel scheme <*f! salvation. This most severs thaas

luniiiz abridge quotation (rim n "Narra- galleys ofcbiea, there is much Ir ..,h..... .w... .'...."...hl.. ........1... .L..i._ "I Onl tnstinetlon duarma the system storms that hiss ....* kn...n for ..?ersi JHi
unoc -w r. *' -* *? er.vwn." .u.auv prejudices -
tine <'f Captain Kl'outdy'.losiult' las Vessel.And cupied.Tu silk culture, aDd abe wonder is that it has of the planters and they feel II10 -be lasted about 1 hours,durios- wtikfadr timsitl

noticdinD.uMcf's.ii. Oiclre"tts nfterward Annual Itrgiiter whirh. wa fur. .(T ct vf iris upuu ibe tiunmu frame not been introduced- before. The white mulberry their duty and their fofms! to promote religious 'samad G or 8 inches bf Kato f.H. ThtJp

1779.' "1ou.. l conclude without making are those of a v.ry gentle stimulant producing tree grows indigenously in this and instruction upon their plantations. ]I mug was freqtifeut and vi%id. and &be.thseie

mention of the advantage 1 received an rxhileraUon of spirits{ it is to this many other parts of Florida. It hat a rapid visited the plantation of Mr.Clay, and Col. tarrifie. Tbe residence or J. J H tonic*, &t
grt-at. alone that it owes its general adoption. The growth and bears a luxuriant foliage for the McAlIUter! near Savannah. They and very was struck with
from ,oaking m) clothes ih"in twice a day in salt diversity in the flavor o f the different varieties silk worms.,. An experiment it now making many pious laymen of Georgia, are doingmuch demolished two thaelceiric'fluid.whicbpsj! *.
and without
putting on wring chimney pieces, aad

untrr. .is probably fullv as great in the differentvarieties under the supervision of ladies who reside for tbe trmpnral 1 and spiritual comfurt panto14witboot

io:. It wa a considerable time before I of wine The Chinese themselves, here,' and their little family of"silk norms" of the poor blacks, and feel deeply their responsibility doing'any furtbtr injury. We k..

could make thpeople comply with Ms mea- and the oriental nations. generally, hardly is industriously engaged spinning cocoons. in the sight of HIM who *'batb beard of no other damage don during the stars
sure, *!th ugh from seeing the good efiertsproduced
twicea consume any thing but Mack. tea. The En. From the hatching the completion of the made of one blood all nations of men." They On
afterwards it
.. they praclistd glish consume one part of green to four parts cocoons,it lest than five weeks. The cocoons have day and Sabbath Schools and preach oijht last a fun loaded d
ilex f ibeir own accord. T. this disc"verjr of Mack. The American slog was di;.charg d into UM window
.. on the contrary ate a bright yellow color The mild lag on their plantations. I was delighted with of Tam
I with justire attri'iuto the
mav preservetinn consume two parts of green to one of black. temperature of this climate will prove highly Savannah with its beautiful streets and Douou, Eaq U. S. D'istrlet Attorney fefte
of life aund six other
my own persons Bait. Atncr. advantageous. Here there be and ornamental Ujtriet.: It was fired from the
may seven square* trees-with its hos f round]iatt fe
who mutt perished if it had not been
in use. The hint was first communicatr ; distinct hatebingt in a )'ear-at the north p.talilt. icb gospel and school privile second story and the Content ladled btofc
put but three it it taid. A gentleman of I attended II.. abov...
wealth Cunningham's church ceiling 3Jr.
t Ie, mss from the perusal elf treatise writ The Conquest of Florida by Hernando do ges. Douglas had been ....
and respectability, a resident of this in that city-a large church well fin- the
fitnby Dr Und. The water absorbed through 8oto. Translated by Theodore Irvifig. 2 left ( tbe city.hat very at whide. but I rd_ minutes befort, uJtashadow
or north and contemplates nished end furnished fur colorei!
the pores of the skin produced in every res- \' .. Carey. Lee & Blanchard. Philad. a tour of observation to the silk districts making ol persons. lie is a colored expressly roan of the Bap was still upon the ourt&in. when UM faws
pert the same effect as would have resulted 1835- New fired the contents of whicfcpassed wilba; i
England tist order and
to -intelligent
frum the moderate drinking of liquid.- Whether the original from which Mr Jnr- preparatory planting out evangelical rowfertofbjbatk. NisuipicVisentiof
any tl
mulberry trees in the laterY'Ding.pace. ol and has charge of ait immense flock. ]I
TliesaHur in particles,however,w hieh remained ing Iras produced these interesting volumes bit extensive orange grounds. limy of the was the only white present on that occa any one who would commit such deftfW .
clothes became incrusted
our by the heat be should considered a history or romance,
dead sion. I had ,
orange trees are sprouting from the a fatnPiar and interesting conversation
of the sue mud our own bodies, lacerating will leave the reader determine. Oreatesacer.tIon
tkiui aad' nthcrwi we to roots and nay make new trees. Some few with him-1 asked him if the white received by Alonday't mail the DIrtiIII
found that ioeoovcnienf; but'TI' characterizes Spanish histories of the old trees are sprouting from the body citizens of Savannah were willing and active Umiov, pubtiabed at Z.Dl'niHe, Ohio a IX
by washing out these plarti- of earlier date than the eighteenth ceuturers Bud branrb... If

... .. c_:'h_1.U fr' n.1fJ! ".tt.P'J'.u.!. .WI J' WIl1 VHRflaWlbhi'bIIWlrtOy.de adaptiono/the, %we lf.r consider..e.t .oil the of peculiar F/ftruU .in V advancing M. f.*Icl ItA the) tbvrrvitril.tnS gospel among...- his u._.people.s$.? .-!! Logtjuport- two(ludtana papers) Ttlegrspk.riMwr .

the kiu beta -e well in a short time. After I and not unlike modern to tbf erowtii or toe inoltwrry, it would not Supportorluegospel among us-.God is distance are published at I tenor

'\ those operations we uuiformlyfound thartbe I of gold, and the mines of Mexico hero did.Inquest surprising if in the process of time her at doing great things for the colored I.eope' I from ai, and indicate a desire to last

,. violent drought went < CT, sod the parrbrd I by promises and allurements draw a train ol present neglected' "pioebarrcDs," uero to I asked him how many communicants there more of our Territory. We have placed ifc*

tongue nasruredia a:' few minutes after followers the savannahs, reed., cane breaks prove her most valuable lands. were in his church. He 101"0.ed more than ononrcxcbanielisL

bajbiug a and WRsbiog our clothes; and attb"saute <>f Florida and Louisiana-encountering divert Fro F Jbo best accounts Florida was discovered twelve hundred." "1 have preached"Christ

time we fouu4 ourselves as much mosquetoes, alligators, moeosins and In 1493 by Cabot but was first ex- and him crucified; forty years-thanks be An ihl.re.tnIeUtr concerning Florida I

" tlresbe
oouruharut. Four persons Inthrboat went I"eolomo (auI.laod. not unlike they the may found tke earth covered with luxuriant vegetation Magill, who has beta preaching in Ibo Pres in Albany N.Y. will be found ia an adjoiaitf

delirious and died; but those who avoided this Blrnuerbasset.orrnpied adventurous regionsof tajfotrer, and named the country byterian Church at 8 u Augustine for some column.

aad (foHuwed the above practice experienced with their CBriques Florid*" The first colony was planted in months past hat recently: accepted a call to

110 such .,.ptloml." trackless forests n ere m.'ny also villages.encountered Probably in their '1567 by Ribault. a French Protestant, near miuionate among the 'colored people" ol A fact trortA y oJ Nobs Tho stock or

!hC'arm tin,. C'arier.F marrh_the tall cedars of Lebanon, the the mout!) of the St.Jo has river. Tbe UD.I Georgia; and the congregation here. without very finished RaiiroaUkatthittime abets
fortunate protestanu who bid fled from persecution a pastor. It it not 'large, but intelligent par. Portland Adv. -

,;;,,. liar 114''.inlAlrr ..l surir,,st.' I Bring_ forests. of black walnut. ..r. hickoryarovrs I (a Eurooe. were followed- .__ n__ h._, the__... _. .Urge. accessions are_ made_ to it. however -

\V'* find in the last oum'ier of the Westminster Much valuaMe 01 nass. wood.information and Norwegain extracted pines! vindictive spirit r-bilotr,: and in 1554 a m tbe rat u.winter and spring, from visitors dtteeivt For curia*fnrmt.- -_ mv n:.... ....fti.

Review the fullf+ ran party of Spaniards! led by Menendez and invalids. The cotton bilamp orwbaJ. oil .lt til
st and most interest from the books before and little skill. turpri church it a fine building apply to .
us. no
\ jug aee.'ttnt we have rv
turft.aud rttlture ..f tea, aemnmtidity which threaoing roraatiein bung tl.dr bodies on the trees of the forest speak in. Iu Sabbath School it
firm*cfeiff!bond ofeonnesion betneenthe which data a story applied to other regions extreme, would, and with the inscription "not. FrmeAmen bat Perhaps this notice nay meet the eye of some comet soft, aol it easily removed. I b4

empire of.China with itst","I.ul.hua of three b. a strict semi.lanee of truth; but when Audit!" In 1563, tbe,French sent out eY&DIUtaleletl1mID fa the north, whose tried the experiment with taeceu. L:

hundred .....1 fifty millions aDd the rest of made the sob}rct cubs Conquest of Florida a furce under Do Gorsues to avenge the 1'1. health or that ol his family requires a change ,

the world." is meant where Gen. Jackson signalized, human outrage. He captured and bung op., of dimste.. As my own health renders it The Washington Globe of the 10th _

The tet plant i kit bushy evergreen shrub himself we suspect that one might search the perpretatorson tbe tame branches from necessary for me to continue In the south for says: Despatchet were received last thM

w Meh if permturd in attain$ 'its nato-al size r.m( the beginning of tb. world t? the end of which still depended the bleached skeletons a season, if not permanently, it will give me from[ the American :Legations at Parts ae

will grow to the hdgbfr of twelve feet. In it, to find the enchanting which ofhiscorapftriottwhb tbe inscription "not pleasure to answer the inquiries of clergy Madrid. Mr Livingston was still at?":*
b 'Ua k .* S mfbal"JIIITdtrm the 23d of April which time 0tktf
\ riustitut-s itself distinct genus like certain islands in tbe midst of the The French men addressed "Presimsrian Church SL at tk *
ofwbirhitarflis .111 a siotle ipeeirs the Dismal Swamp are always reerde from great' ?row o&,aq'd the Spanish Oov.ram.ai afiiuo AugustinB.' E. Florida the I indem&it remained ia tbe.tame t&*

pla..h Ji lJing different kinds of Matk'.nd approach of visitors who bad the took possession of Territory, and retain Wo are ia the midst of the The aepropnarioo bad oot yet been takzi,
attempt to season of flow
gjc" teu being ia reality no more than per them. T.. all good people who ed it until it was ceded to the United States. ers of which there lathe House of Peers
maven .. .. are fond of A 1 large majority of the every variety i in tbe TbefH&ate Constitution .
.neli..I. result of lOOK culture. oranges, figs water melons, and mild population of St. richest solos, carpeting the had gone ovtr
The fIaat hat been coltlvated in China from climate-irbnuro attacked with grapes In Augustine are natives of the city, of Greek magnolia tree find "S psuisb forett-tbe" Portsmouth to take In water, lad was ft
Spanish aad Itoliandoiccnt; They are paI I tort of dwarf Pslasttto t bayonet. (a petted at Havre i a few dan inure!..w.
.. trw.) are bloomed
'. .f' II to wait far Mr. UTI.I

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.Extract from letter dated j -IA ChARce.. II B Sobseriber wishes to purehas. from :Jrn6..WlllfldluJ I .,.., ; '.IC.6IJ : "

UHA. Marth, 183Y 1 i'rWe Peter vs.Mitcliei. L UCJIll.VUOD ane to two hundred cords of(rood waD OFpssiltttJ.H&utm't;< A MICROSCOPE' of t fW..iaa4Bil.i"(a'

regret to inform you tint no are again I Nehemiah Brush, J..perVard.. William cuh. fur which. be will par'the THE iaaabtaatof 8t Augustine end its vi- .lItlllh additional ,Atesse*.enclosed in a
revolution. On the 24th ilit. Tboru. Nathaniel Wells, :li.ba St Angastine IAS. IJAN UN' are informed that by the late arri smaH oufcof *y box. It weald be fused very
rttsutoof i Huntington ,May 27th
Sea 4ed the garrison Icaabod Prall, Isaac Marquaad, Jeromua ,, ,| 1kr.N07.6 nest sop>l Iv of DRUBS and MRDICINE3. : nsefal in the stud/ of Botany dt:. *
s.I.eraf.wbocolluB. John have been received Origiaal cost &&. will be sold
1 Moses "- of a choice and ala moderate
son, James
declared* r. Levy Ilfc. superior
aFcallao la dnaaaMttr
instigated truujn by. B. qualltl-th. p rice.
have Plt--Lnm
Edward M: Wanton, Thomas JA LL been'ukaedterSt'g **care -Academy. .
t tha Governmeat at Cleans and on theiaf Nepier and John "hO btria[ t deJII&nd. against the and warranted aa pore ankles .-_ .
:ri da/, look tonessloti of the city tie* Brigade Lewis Gomes widow Fernando ,I them iltate William Htrre prtsant In addition to the above there is a splendid; w'ietlce 10rlHE ,. a""t..
Ma pop.dlteelled.
and all peVsUj
Chief of the Kepu* assortment of
t o'-himielf supreme tu Atr du..cJo. Hnr.c1ec'd.1Jaria 31unela'Cer a to laid Estate will make immadiatipaySSt t PERFUMERY SPICES and UNDERSIGNED ekpecte to com
lie' The acting President with about : sa, Uorotea.. Dotmnja and Rosa children of said JOS. I., SMITn A.har.to baenticelled FANCYARTICLES-ibesearticleahavo in never IL menceearveyiog the lands in t.wnships .
It under command of Gea. Nicocko rej j Fernando de h stalls Arredondo ; Francisco La- M Decl7tb. QoI'CI.aOV'l'BIID- qaantity thk city. either ca quality) ot 2fcJltl7 s8.li 'W.31 3tt Month .,cI

r a few hours before towards Pasco. The t saga, husband of the said Uuminga and Rupert At this store rosy be bad .* hlcarSJ'J .Dllli4,,trod reeptntfully t .
esHtres adopted by tally< lare very ar j f Saavedra husband of the said Doroteat Aotonio PKRIOR FOOD lor ROBINSOfi'8 8U. requests the private leas elairamie to furuajj him

Swarf Large sums have been raised by f iuitierres.guardian of said Rosa an infant i and oibers,such aa PATENT cnitaaz SA RLEY., MVAUIM, aad wiusatlie their evidence confirmation sal i cop of

leans and deliquents are imprwouedetiil Charles ltu iou, t.urutor.ur. the last will ant d lllU.UI m mURAa'l', BAKLXT WTzaia ten minntes. formating. respective grants plate ., tertificaUt rfKaep
ffrned testament of aid Fernando AT ST. Maar' which is strong luner-In a'ld.r the hand aDd add ff 1M .
aid. Many of tbo eljcnM Uao do U MazaArre s, (n.) 1 ly recommended .
by the
are | tacahv a* It flha
tbeirqlNt. a nuirtekiua pnblia
Archives .
dondu.Cecilia. Vntor to him
the le
dinette n > In
fled from the *v/Mr.tout M" It0OfS i cooling for snrtey
are secreted Iud many ONh food infanta ranch approved, of for the peetlve claims lie
alarm caused i Fernando and Fredlnco.infant chi l had the trial of several I, making a dost deliciods custard io .10 b. C4kai.tet I'D retn.n
ciiTwe have never seen more : dren nf Ignacio Arredondo, tJre'd and Juse lint HAVING of this Inatitutiun moats,t I excellent for thickening broths and.pudding and I e'Antnst'o original dutrirt .1iDK is the JD'nth
by any of the numerous revolutions to dar+uti, guardian of said infants.J make nronuM to I* Alto soop mptetr towuabi.L6r. rai'X 0
Men and j jHe it permanent establishment. where Robison'a Patent GROATS for making 2 3, and t++xaahip 6
exnused. jom*
watch ire have been cat: Teresa and Louisa tin. infant children of' Udieamsy receives Solid and sopenor' gruel Ia ten minutes lions range -1ik.e 1M fillc-
J'otiu Ednatu at one half the wwtuhi .G&
aroda imprested into the .er.viceu the j jBf Maria de la Liz Fitio. dic'd. Maria Isabel.end I The state' of Society at St. Mary' b bib fate '' pense of the common or Etnbden groats rx Fact; II [it IbJb'urel p 6. I.olekl d..th cad

w Gorrpcaded meat. and business is entirely Manuel' Arredondo infant children uf Peter Arrsdoudo. notable j Urn i location one of the most beathy in 1 t r 07 Either of the above preparations mad* aall.boafd present nerelllr1 b. that the ctrl-

many of the stores being closed.' :;, ,.,'r.lrll.I .. deceased, aud Maunela Usage, admits the United States while Ute expense of lira;is with sulk afford: nourishing and light diet.; gent on the ground whnDK or theft r"pltl shims b.1 a,by. 8"

I fj atJIt be knows what astutauce may hejrrJedonSalavernyly PMxe las. comparatively cheap. It.i.i believed that'hcse !I:! All the articles above enumerated .r. sold U 1YASlllltiTtlV. U. ear"led. -
i dar
< Cnciftffio. widow end the P
I administratrixcif iiiilucementa. on most reasonable
the !trocps i ietltinr. in the1 JiMepli 1i. Arrcdondo.dec'd ; roger er with the Uudable uaf* terms. 4Ml( th Au"iue.3a'1I1 A.iI. ueX."
peter lions ofu .
FernalldolnlOnia. + 'acrd
we can: farm no opinion t of the re* I Mariana! Jose. Teodero, Do.re'lmi! patronage. *, attract piblia Jt.076CB. Btlliu .

Lit of his movements; but seems tube ge- lure, children ofaatdJoseph M. Arredondo the 8ub.trlber I""r. the inhabitants of I Angiisiine bun; locat d m if* City r..St!
,. ... LIST or srcuus. I will Uunkfully
ab1It. I. IT"1 and
ner.lI supposed. that h3 wilt aol |It&t / arto I t .rf.oamtrdJDAnts.Mauuells r U +lo. .--- .. .._.. ,.. : AUIQlUae aDd fih*country general. a.actoUyaueDd all |>rt-fessionafcala re enc
snort e tort \iln.puJ'4n.'ttU flies I ,
auJ ghat h. Will .y lenJPP"phr. rr saved b .
,in .UI1" Antonia Jose. Catalina and Luis Ar .-. /Pb.ih! +aineseat his old stand J
Jo' lie
retire a"'UI to the Ca/tiel of redondo.cbildren nf Fernando del la Maza Arre Gt-imetry. AlgrtrV Natural t.te"'e'Chrmiarty i\SSSSnt-3hur 1.> inte+id. to disposer TP"E Jut*.+ nrlhe tru riot Coons
ball recommend to OUfl, '. Astronomy, Rhetoric.L*,e. purnr.p.lJe.. end drt dsaf E..n Di. ror the
ae doiido Juii dec'J tho seven last named infants I .uth ttiet f Florida'
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the I Criticisms OD English Ltt""lre. Ftmale Diogra I oRa bi. irteu Blld e pU .la to au a-e will tP.t+ata
friends tooJs -o tiameaalln1elptrtito; to send us no vessels o r Iud Jose r..hl1ll'lIlrllco.lolrdiau: ofaaid infanta 1 hr.lnteflectudl.rid for themselves. t.LTopi0Jtt1'lttN'thfitlhtrer+La. ..Aft.. ...
autilluri' note.. Siaee the res"ot ,and aU other persons interested iu the pnmiset.O j I.Theology. Drawing, leintingEmbrotdetyMu.Aor.II.'uiolOlhl. Nilnral.' i I,; In ldition tn the hock which be brought iron be presented before the 26th day of Jane next.8t4ngntine.5ihMavl83 .

tins we here sold nor haYR we heard, ,V motion of the complnina.'t's solicitor{ and I I Iit I( sic.. French Language, Iud required, Latin New York in March last, and the late stock of H. ,'.. .

S the sale ors single package wflrv goo+ -. be,i'+g been miJu to appear| | by aOidavit I j Spanish and Italian. D. Baldwin lad Co,be has received a supply of .
have been very dull snle. fcn.d that all the .Miovo named defendants excepting A Lady ofemtaeaf qualifications. hat cninmene- eeajoasble goods by the recent arrival of Ute deb Great *r fi0iff .rk.

Plain cottons and French *ood, are veryaVondant. '. Chalet lu'biorr, Teresa Arredondo. and Terese i ed leaching Music au tariou*jusliiosabl. 'at,- 1 tivshrod, from New York, all of which he will AltIERIV"1fII1G&ZINE'
1.; German declinls, and was amllxiuioa Falio, infants; lose. E. Le,'. Ed-I nentt. And another of frt roiffratit in .lib' fart, sell for cash or approved credit. '
Quicksilver OF USEFUL
fund MVattton.. tJU'AnI.arph,, andJann-a i is ready to five i lessons in Drawn TH ID.trnCIr. !I T11EU FLOTARO. AND INTERESTING
oar intercourse open with the iuterinr; it Riz reside out of this ihttin. and pan orlllC'mah. i .** in French speaks the language with May 19th, IB35.TALLAHAMSEE. KNOWLEDGE,

t-efiU not sell at 870.now there are no elTurtsfor United Stater And the ri>.t ol tliem in the' i fluency and correctness,anil l ha had much expe TO Bt ItLCSTBATCD BY flCMXaOra
it. We know of no article that tvnuld West lmli,i It is or.fered. tint tin said absent i rience In every department the endeavour: GENERAL ORDER. CVCSUVliresBYTHfi

tell well were we in a quiet 11t'. In the drfeitd.iiit ln appear ana answer the said rum will be M render Educ;.dnaprodi sot. I' not only a- -- BOSTON DErriCK C03IPAM.J
nreitftt situation of the countif. sales cannot IIlainan'l hill nf curttpbaiut ...n or before ihe 2''tb i the minds, but the nteaiurs and l morals of the \ FBI HE snce'S* which ha attended the patti
Us rflsds a t price. Hevdral vessels are div i>f Decf mber next. otherMi:n the slid bill will I young Ladies will be regarded with assiduous March. 14th 1835, $ JL cation of the best Magazines nom the En
any OliN t/.1'ATIIheoternnrandCornlaan gltsh Pree. has led for.
1J.'bk<*n jiru u'IIP"C"ill.I tlifin. tention. J preparations issuing a
the ponds which had kern ltnclful I
re trading < der.in-Chief of militia of the Territory p.riodieallnor.
And it is further ordered tbat lhi.order bft panic nUrly adapted to the want .
pad others leaving without lauding a pace k p't1,b"ar.d once a week until the saidKhhdxynfOf Rffcrcntet of Florida, baa eonstittiud and appointed the I and lute of the American public-while it will
Rl V. II. PftATT following Exerutixe tiUiff be the object of the te make Ibe .
Jlt. ceuil" r next i.{ thn Flnrid Herald Pated stI ; proprietors work
-- -,._.- I ''tit Angiiniiiii tin Nth day of June. 1835. A. Cr..nic Eq. Tnos.'GROW*, to be Adjutant CeneraUHaxnr strictly what its till indicates, it will neverihe
UOUEKT RAYMOMi Messrs. HADLKK & NiGHTiGii.i WAsuiif/rox.Unsrter Master Genl.H I less contain all artices! of interest to its patrons
tt i ii stated in the Notv Ynrk Morniuz tier St. '. "Y. Riuntu, of Leon, which .
judse sup Court. Dut. n. r. "far, May 00. IR\ xerox 1 I appear in Foreign M f aztns.
;.lJ. tHt tha Branch of the llnuir of Roths 1 ntt. P&TlltV.. n AUTixa, jr Jackson, Aida-deGxo. Extensive preparations hive been entered into
Copy "t. Estate ofljieut.
rM4t in that city average in their deposit t Stephen S. HAWBIXS Franklin with artiste and anthers to famish from
use million dullars 14ay.1 j jI!1,I K H ninnd.derk. 10 Z tittle dec.IX ;.. Gxo. E'Ctusi Eacambia. J Camp.'I n parts of tho Union drawing; and illustrations

I iRlwk & Weeks af!'.' date 1 will apply to tlo lion And iti i I. I+Iterehy required and ordered that of everv subj ct of iatetnt. which the putjIUhereCJinfldrnlly
I''I ( .u.zP. the Judge of the C'Uh'Y Cuart. of tit Johns i all i roilitiaoflicerao'ftlie'Terrttory,respect and o- betters will enable thins robsnea
Itland StMtor. A tetter writer from it. PIII.L1I':1, { .".r. respectfiitftr' !informs County fur I letters of AdmimJ.'raUon on t the rstata i bey them as ..11thyurd'roftheGureroot work uirable tc its title, and acceptable t'the
lVovi'ienrrstaiee>'rh'".h. Hon. lr.l\uiII', ?.._. the L.da". suit G..t lorn*ii rilii* Ciljc.thn undent -.plle. 'Tunic de d. j .: and Commander in Am"riciii fieopir.Th .

r. S Senator elect from the Stale nf Rhndn he will -.pen a Cuss! for the tnrctkmof e r.. May 13. JOHN M. ".PN1'AS. r.. j I Cbit.f first number of ih. Aror/ican arl,a lne.

Mind, will immediately rr\in lit+ srnt' nndvrbiiiiil. Voiinjr I.iidii-s inilinlughor bra'-rhva nlan List i n 11 mm mm mm m m mmi i mJ* :I I THO DROWN 'ilht"tracedWith oh>u? tw eut v -pl 'JU"d .,;.+trio. e
traa. ( ..*iictft"the IIlIn.I'ri'1lIn liar lisi! J/tt'cnti'H. and other branches, during theSiniiiiiT 1 To the Elector of tht County of St Johnr. Adjutant Geo. of the Miliua of Florida. will appear on or IHorn,ahet fi'., r fate; Uml>er,

PH who will! it is rtkpcctcd elected to 1 mi'iiUiS. at Ins .h".lIial' house hour 1 j Circiiin"tauce e have of Into tended to pro I' ...... at>d be continued monthly containing between
vacated from until in for morning. Tcruis rea ona* '' dttco in desires APJvu E.nAt'stfricr I 40 arid Mir imperial oc'ivu page.. end he fluuilbcd
the seat. ly the ljMnture nt its> tilt me n to represent the people *
.pi>roach,n;June srs.i't i +, Mr. Knrsht i istittoIineacc.'pted is i. JiinoSd, 1835 I j of the County in the next Legislative Count I Tallahassee March Uh 1!U3, ,JITistliedutyolthi atth* low rice of t" adolhrt per annum It
OeD.11 10 eomfmiY f-
tho ndire of Scuitnr'* -_ i c iI. and as party ilutinctionsand niclera* Adjutant
lor tl'e sole of he 'liiifi 1'VITIOW lions to have subsided, I feel that I !partinrnt. tl""rtiimber of Portraits and Dio/rajJ.lcal sUtcbrarnishrd nr di'li
purpose onto trifling appear of the effective militia within this Territory to Amerte.ins View ,.f nnblie Bnitd; .
ceufltrli :Lat: exiited'in the plr.).** I' the r/f.YC7/. HIGH GERMAN Lan. :i I can now oflVr to you my best services without thread that the quota of Arms authorized to saiJ Monuments and improvements, Lrndx'.rpo rt

Sar. C7f o.'ZtfnmSvrannak : Sunset. I\I hirttrrins any personal opposition or ill* Territory, may 1m be furnished, whirb cinnot Ice -ivlhe bouol''ss reria'y :.hd tJeI..ty

--..._.......-.-- S. J. J. liiLIS8Amnst: respectfully will. I ndepeiiilf-iit if the gratification that; be done until the effective strength r>l* U>- militia ''which in this country, will form n imef is.cg
I .IO tn' tbo citizens of St. Augustine, that it would aflnnl me to be thus fu'coottnsted I i.made known. It is ordered and directed there I source inotrnction and r,. \ .#lJrrnirac'

Jltl iI tn Florida. W o on a,'count "f the tnultiplicity of his engage with your confidence, 1 have other unlives i fore thntthemJtiai>t6centbrenhoutthe'Cev I I and the descriptions ef il"character habit., dre.nf .
err )|bast to find Ity.o advertisement in manta in the buve nietilKmed languages, that in view. t. ntorv us early as practicable, make out and forward peals Ditd-. F'ul** and m.ef K tngeth

our cjlumiu. that the Steam float Florida. t b<* is compelled in relinquish the teaching of the I desire tn see this county advanced in a roate r tn Dngadier General Call, of T.Ulahas 'with evrrv subject connected[with ih* Cws.rs-
hn\iiisiinlcrjoDecoiiijletr' rcnhir, will re-1 l.nlish. and will now devote himnrlf. cntiiely to her internal condition cud her resources hnlrO'fcl. ee, to be condensed and submitted to the phy, lIi.to.,.Natural and Artificial re"nncea of

same her regular trips on the tSkt ln'.. I 1 there Ut>go.gr., llo take that nieilHwl of infHr desire to see 8t. Augustine be Adjutant General that ibis necessary information the country illustrated in a familiar and proper
I ,important to toe Territory orFlorida be manner. FREEMAN HUNT.
ming il>o"r parents who wibto have their child nuy
Sar. Ceo come the grand concentrating point of cum 1. tent to thi war department
n-n taught on an improved [easy .1I".od.tI. Agent of the Boston Berwick
1 _l__ munication from the Atlantic the Mexican of the Governot and Commander I in Company
-- -- a few young laitie ] rail 1M eeied+l, either it hi, to i By Court otreeU Boston July 19. 1834.
Q."lra' 1 French class nt Dr.Feck's,I mm h ilf past 8 to |10 fluff and I hope yet to see the many elevated Chief. THOMAS DROWN. i
Notice, :i i A M. or at lr Porcbcr's (ruin half past 4 tn G 1'. positions on Ibo St Johns rivero'ccupied I : Adjutant Gen Florida Militia I iHrekl lye l AjC.YY1RTilEoftwoaritsofPlnrie.tieri.

1"1I.1.t.11 11I. WiniARD Profrs-or of'! M. and settled and l brought into a state of I r :
I >IC( te.p.ctfuUy inroriu the IAdl ors ; Hi.clan of yon nc Gentlemen meets everv af productive cultivation. Committed to Jail. ftvisa
ltd .nde..n ot S'. Aujra.tine. that ltn .,in, : tunonn. fr utttn4 I' M,-Farther notice will I Alone or the of I isnning out of the Superior Court for
tit 4s,4e+1 locate he whoa hi. G Class accomplishing the District of Lot Florida and to n>e directed
himself! in this place. lie i i.JfrarM i. given -itmn at JudgeSii.ith'e
these ends it is that the
of and delivered.
necessary waters wilhsro"
to twit will commence tu public sale in the
lore C i/. .,. rttt nd pnpiUontlin rWw T rml.I faro>,M Piano \ Private Tuition ratty in the morning and late the harbor should bo connected with those city of its An ..
per of Hix Milo Creek JLI |being the 6th, between the hoar
Iurlrr.c"n'i"llnof3fileM"lli i car I hnar-ftcb.) in the Onerlln..11 by a canal or that a lateral f often o'clockn
II"wit'* .J?give l'riaie I'*'0(" in Veeal Jl a"i ic. June 3d. 1 ItfO.: 0 nail Way shofald bus hut from thi* city r oas : ( the forenmin and twit o'clock in use afternoon

A.iwie .lrfi tC.pt. Le'in< stor.'. Hotel will;!I re* --- .. ,to form a junction with the one'proposed of that day. all the interest of John 0 Strong, .
Cif'1"fI prompt attention. Estate:> Dr ittdrew JT Peek, from the Sutvannee to the St. Johus. Either I I ON the 10th inst., two negro men aa inn t- |In the following dearrihed tenets of Und on the
titan; K.rte toned and rel' ir'd. filet of these works would he sufficient to. who have fur six or seven months past east side of ttJ*fans River between the II..CO l
JU f2tab. called themselves, the names CHAAJULKS 8 known as Dunn* Lake and+hit krowr* ., Horse
12 t. UVoks aAor datt apply tothe Hon counteract those influences which have been 1 and Wl'' LIAM. but they now call themselvesby I L r diHfincluding the t l-re called UnnV Bluff
--- of the County Court of At Johne put in operation to crlple and tlcktrov the future the names of JOHN SMITH and TOM Auonno tbnusand and fifty terra of Land oq ,
SHpcrler C.8artFiori- County for Letters Administration on the Ha u prospects of St Augultine.I,' BROWN.: John Smith. mtutrwUe Chambers. the =John vast Uio*. 1he.era. Land former
fla-fa Chancery. Ute of Andrew J I'eck. d& d. I i, These and other objects of corresponding; i ii about thirty years old and about sit feet high I ly grj .te l to one Aun,i Tr-iver A' so fifty

BV VIRTUn std in of acertlintefltll O. 1I0\f AR D. : importance I desire to see atcornpljsnrd; ; to, has aleepy look end a scar on his richt ankle ar era of Land nn the Mt Johns River at l-oena

) order nf the pnrsnaiire said court made nd I April, I2UI.IKB. t I|! which I would willingly devote a portion, of and two small scars on Lie forehead. Tom Drown.otherwite Vita..U..d Little Orargeg"est Atsotbfun

."lintiisraster Zeph. Kinfaleysi \V.If" *- .'.0"I.'IC'B. I: my attention; believing that the interests of William. it about twenty nix yeah old; : divided one h.lf of a taef 4"0 acres en WilJU
| I has a bold, look and oold. left knee creek and
very altar Burgs Branch
twftbet. al. and it f addiJ I near tb s head of said
r> au man nrolnseparablr connected
pursitanc every
J wl order of eaid Cnartofthe 15thJune 1835 (gIX WEEK4: from this date I will apply to 1 and one on his left e>e brow Each uf them has branch. Also two thnnaud and twenty
the welfare. E. sew
public I!. GOULD.A .
j.fflas'MMe to public ale in front IJr the Court{ K$ the Judet of'be County ConrtofSt.John's on a.dub pre jacket which ia the most of tbeirclothing. on inn river S|Johns on both sides of Spring
Hwrt in the of County for l..ener.r.dminl'lratioD"O. the Ea Garden Creek Auo hree hnudred of
City AUlu'tinon-.1Ie 3d Mensavef acres
July next, between the boors uf 11 t o'clock!- tats of Fitch 8. Slocuni decide A Elretores del Condado de San Juan. WM. G. DAV14. Jailer Land on 8t Johns River being .'n ondividedpjrt
Ift, 1-35. JOHN M. FONTANE. I|I Ilabiendo cesadn ciertas ilicieneiooes March 14. I 6tf of IW5
at >rnoun and 2 o'clock in the afternoon April y arres kaown bv ,tap nam. "rI.ek.r bt.
._. .__
consideraciones do ida" hillan dome Atso'tOt 'f'r.nf
r.lhe.rolowi,1! drv jibed property,to w it: parr y ta.d in D'tlourue n." ori
tb piece or parcel!or land with I; fjolconctn M III. en situation de ofrecer tutu servirios rn 1 laB Book Di..dllg. ,iull, Fontane. Also a t

i14eaete trove> thereon sitoste, lying and befit 'ipm Subscriber inform the public that Ii capacidiid tie vnestro repretentautn tn el fBHIE hi "ollime orGIUIJONS' ROME U tract of lyiml on the San" Fe River,of 1000 e-

'It ii t' (fSt. Angnitine. Hospital ward I i JL will furnish Lumber cut to order at the Cuerpo I Lr i.lalh'o'enidcro; y ate ciertas JL missiiig from the Library of the Subscri h crss being nartof an,ii Jral.l tnctof: K$Acree

b'uadiag en the Ea4 front by Bridge Creek, on foiLming prices; :| circumstancias me hnu indurMo cf deneo de ber originally" granted toJo th $.17cbe'z'rid oa-
'luDdV81 i bv land*of E. D. Gould and oft i .$?,)pet 31 for .rst rata elected stuff, ror p.a-' !: Itcnar dicho Ademas del honor The person who has it In possession is request veved by him Tat Allt<>n.. Altars to Htmael
h DtltJa It, a I.t formerly belonging to Jenteaatavut doorsifjhps, de.8IS 't cargo. quo ed to return Fairbanks,end by rsrnarlFairhtnktnaatdJ.! -hn '
r.er.CfDI.inilll two acre*.-Auo, a'.l;! E' per M Weather boarding, scantling se me haria si llegara a oresler seme vtwtraconfiaoza It.CIIARLES DOWNING.Bfay R. Pitrnn,. Alto tract of 31 acre on the

fait I't t'ee or Parerl! nr Lanlt .itnrte lying anJ aistcand framin,. teugootros m rue A la vistn. 27tb, :. 8 Booth side of Uw Sent Fe river origin ill' granted

lost 1'1,'ft city of St Ansustioe.Castut Ward, 910 per M. for merchantable.CitiZMiis Mi deseoes, en primer luxar.quo narstrocondado to Francis R Sanchez+i e +" *"ve4l., .id

441 tart k f lte eld oni6ulioa lines sad t ate bonn'* $1 pet M. less if taken at the Mill.TIIEO. cambie su actual condition, y jnf CB'rIIOPEDY, Bsrtchez and wife to said fI irt
aid II die I..t 61 the public road Incline tin,n FLOTARD. jour sm recursos. Deseo igualmente q,.I laI OR DISTORTION OF THE FEET. property t f the estate oftbes id John M r+trcng.
rite of SI An"i" June 3d 1835.y' dec.tosatafJ Judges in favor of smith
kNtbV In Jlrkaonill on the coidad de San Agustin sea a el puntepnnci* f HI tlldim wnnntbnnchof.nrgctytheobjt ct Gorh.imandJoliaGorh'am.

lAndserto St 8ehllri.Rivrr, on the S.uth b ., R.WEEDUN tenders lie services to then"lls pal de conrentracion desde el Atlantico has orwh&cla i. to remeOy 111 deformities or SAMUEL BLAIR.II'rahal.B .

tJ,. road.tnradexeaJnttien about fi'A hundred and. being wiz in ) of rit Aof nstioe and the adjicent .. II el golfodeMejicn.7 !pero gun yet m u. ,jibe feet,having latteralj become the aubject of, -

kw,and eontainin(sixteen acres Country,in the various; brandies of his profit cbos de los pantos pnncipalMsobre el IIIde o particular attention in F/ance, and treatment Te CiaiaiMUlrLetyeis la
more or( attended "Ith decided the .
N'-Also ail eion.Dr"slinns. San Juan ventejosamentepobladoajrculg'u'as'dd 1- 'UtU". ; etrbsctibetw tII n _. &- -
are l .. iM-- -- The before the Judge cf the So
So aud under net been filad *
fn Mflaflff tie!t. + oils Han'ia tabiesen connectionVoni of its theory and practice;
Cenhntlhe old Military Post,and about twenty l post eminent ,ctillCoertha.; Pe riot Cdort and as the time for filing them will
media of the most pr
las de Six Mile Creek deunea .
I***(frets St.Augustine, containing ail hnndJ por [ instruction himself that be baa acquired such expire on the 26th day of Joan next, c4iojots
*crfs. and surveyed by RoM. Melhrdy on N01'.VEIs I pal d quo un carolno do fierro se conltrutadesdo be flan'* enables blot with confidence are advhwd to enihrarean immediate oppoitoai*
of the
art a
receiving knowledge *
*Rept. 181A. 8.MUELlILAtR. IIEHEDY GIVEN that books for loslimitesde cite coidad a unirsa con I the Poblie. All de- ItThl subscriber will attend to the preparing
I of Tkti : b offer his services
June 16th. 1835. Marshal subtcriptiona to the capital el ya propuesta dodge dicho rio de Ban luan I I fecta of the feet tear be divided into twa classes: and tiling ofel.iolt al.01 time P'"I a Ibl
"'Stndker Lift Innranc. .. end That_ Companv'mn & Su.aonee.-tJoa Ootra obrascrio'iuCeiente aad ar.lbl limited b laW and an,
__ .+. ni-l.. I I I the Congenital or taco as occur before birth, expiration y person ,
will tae openea II ina mure vi those
, Cheap Cash Stere.I-I the city of Ml Augustine on the second accidental, or
F.aq or tutu slat to him
i SUBSCRIBER hu day of November naxt at 10 A M. and will be I hat para irapedirios futuros tentajosolprospectos ] periods after it;and thiy produced by a variety! I te particulars E.B.GODU.
received the r
by I :St.Aogaitine.
muscular liga' *
the odious
0 IJB. Steamboat from Savannah and other late t kept open from time to time by adjournment until de nan Agustiu: of causes affecting .- -
,mi eh here,an Attentive and recant the whole of the stock shall be subscribed, uotexceeding Eite ob eto, y nuns tamhien de Imrortaneeia rnentma..ltemAillbaecue.n..b.Cllm-
a* time
rtinent of FANCY AND STAPLE very DRY thirty days. dflto flegaen a deride efecto, & ctyo tn* I pteUly ana permanently eared. The required ; IV O T fi C E,
Pt LOT CLAUKK. ) miaUncion.por i, : to accomplish a cure must necessarily WEEKS thledata will 1
oOnS.nl\kDWARE.PRItFU\lEIlY. &0. ten to dirlglregustosamentetoda nature and of the defer 'QIX' from apply to
,' 4e.wfekhba will leU fOf etch or eoHateralM-, ROHT. RAYMOND REID >Comfs.THOS. quo creo quo ii interest iud ,ldutl. deveestar depend and upon the the and state of degree health of the pa r J the Judge .f the County Court,of 8u Jobn'e
writ .as low U DOUGLAS ) uuty; age On Ee- (
; or por.ibl.lower than any other unido el bless general Count for Latters ef Adeuoistraiion oa

t taiMiathecitjfc He ia d termint>d to do a I JunesJ. .. Teogo el honor &e.. tient. and 1'IJ"ICrlYatedcue ef ten ate of Manuel. 'Romem dee'd ,
congenital :
sash RODklOUEZ.St. .
bye only and baa reduced kla MARIA R.
rcli .
prices Vuestro Conciudadan been completely t
'fctbt very lowest rates lie it rueful to his He:roes Wantedet rarepersons standing having ti St. AagnsUilrI5tb. 183FOUR '
t t. rtwners. for put f TOrt. end eoUc'rtt tern and will give liberal price for the hire of six able ELIAS l3.GOUGD.The .. desirous of ocular proof may N .. -

'1*paWia MBeraHr toeall.and examine his goods :, I bodied man to work at the Saw Mill at Pet- I. themselves application WM.te MICHEL. .. D. ; N8TII1

l. ted bepea+ by strict attention to bntttitte. and', tkcra Creek. Cash will be paid moor if required (Vien&ef Ddr'ZD 288. St.,Charfoaloo, S. Ca. weeks after date, I will apply WO.*"
aa '=reduced pries of hi*goods to tit..".1 and 1 welt to contract by the thousand LEVY.Eau annonnee bim u a candidat*.6 represent No. wishing f information, the Judge of tilt .Canary'Ceort for .
r 7 etioe. JOHNJ MED CK. I or by the c->rd.for any loudly of Cypress logs. St. Johns County in the next. Legi. Utive P 8. Persons abroad Paid. St.John's eooatyfor leave to sell the real Estate
their letters Peat ) .
k SL Aega.tias.1& April 1686. tobeileliTeredataatdMUl, the timber> to be eaton Council for this Territory. will please address Jane,1835. Donald '... late of said Cooat'. dee.

N. B. A eapply of fresh BUOT3 A SHOES or out of the Milla tract.THEO.FLOTARD1. Bt. AognsttaeMaylg, 1835._ -Cbarlestoa.-- )tb', _. J ._ANDR&U_ _.. A_ :CiNf_ f J,

f. **t received for sate as abot s.I 6tf.NOTICE. I' Aogastiae Wlay jww. uvov._ __ 0111'. 410. .
81. Augustine MST. 27th, 1835. I JY0TXC .raeIfale.. -
I : D. BALDWIN & Co.lur'tat d. oud o GOOD bra..Iud baddle bones "for sale! 1WOCE*

&fNnI M' I H:of all their interest in their estabjtfttaiotMM .. apply st this office or at Allen's aUbfss.. weeks after date, I will apply to the Boa,
4 NEW uYe"hltle DOW opeaad Bear J. I Irt HEREBY GIVEN ta ik- .,."". 1vcataea | r ..l.* Ui Aaiuatio tu Mr.ThattQort Flo- ku 3d, lnt.e.*.' SIX dodge ef the County Court for the covnty > .
**. M. fantoo'e store an Cb.... Street; and all persona emitted to distribution tard.the said firm isby mutual consent dissolved. .. l I. ._.. of at.Johns far letters ofadaioUtratkm} 017 tbs
.lent heteea will bektptbt the wall or in the ejutoof Ambrose .Hail deed.' that all Tboea indebted win mike payatent taftfr flOe Biroacba cui- Estates ef Sueao Divrt.Teaais PAWf..D4., .
****rMLtoBtbU terms Bkewi0 horses and claims against said estate will be batted uD1. tard wbo will duelurge any cuuundhis debts or .A'FINE Pair abo"e.aad Gxe&aa CtAas.l ate of raid eoentr."detsued,. .. .
arr.to stirs t>y the boat or tev br the swaa be presented WI\hili two years.141sr5tb refponsibnitiesefthatceDcero, t er hire on the meat aeeoanaodattBg terms.. I [ CHARLEH W. C" IKE.*.
O. HOWARD. I B. A. PUTNAM, Adi t',. H.D..BALD WIN,.4..CO. A"I'lJr Ailen'isttblit 27th iWk
,\"ill. lrtl tii F !:justice, liar :4.1FS. 9 Ia, 17th 1 1. 8t. Angnstiaa. May JI

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-_. '_I I I :; I -II! II I "SVLA P tI) T lli611f' .. "I'I'.B"i&'" City the Alodtht r November aDd Deete.-, J..I 80 N E. Fair> .

...fI .... I "' ''.':p..r..r.. .t>. IBctween lit. ""g.e atdeir1est4 RHMAINING iii...the, since PostoSle.the fire at,f Jaanaryto her 1834. an4 January. February aDd 2 45 35 Fri .

tha thirty first of March which If not taken March. 1835. 5b39
PauMsEJeradrl, ld. THE Bonier Packet Behr. oat in three cafiniha. will be sent to the General lIfOyqaZL 4'StJ 39 Cloud, D.tw it .

THE SPIRIT OF SPRING. SAMUEL 8. MILLS. LTHAHSOUTHWICK Post office u Dead tetters. 1 72 60 8V Cloudy. 43 38 Rain "

s"h..,. hat novae wpb) tfe rouge and,Boners, Muter will con A. Lyman. John 2.76: SO Fair. i 4327 CloudJ-
r bowers.frith -tinea running between the above Allen W H. Lotus;, Reuben 9 74044 R.1ta .
the bade art''1.1a the blooming ? ? 3. OS 40 N'
Lane Joshua Jr. erJ6 50 8 W >
poha,throuibout the year. .Andrews. ,W II ,
vital ardor aU bata(e reoews, Her Cabin ie commodious end handsomely Andrews. rracia Long,Jane M. 4 65 490E a 56 50 NENE

Her lit'I1.r green+and bet golden hues. furnished and fitted expressly for the accommodation Apr'-George Lines M 5110 61 50 1(6342 E Fair
orpu nl'n. Tfca table) wall be supplied A drew,Thoml. Lopez Augustine 73 51 8 W Cloud1' J 35540 !gptii

Spring bee coma_bat bet to me, with the best the Jlarkftl'trord. Capu 8. takes D. aft 772 508E Fair. \

w---.-.__., ._....*.u...".f nnth._ t. ,wraa went. to see.Other .. iki eDoortanltT to return bis grateful tbanka for Brush'... A 9 Meginesa. Jssiea D. S' 73 46 SY Cloudy 16046|
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w-- -- tho U 71 50 8 W
bird peit iron u'tci solicit acootiaoacca of Birch Goo H.Bryan. MeLaae, D. 2 956; 44 N Fai,.
Iowan blossom, and other eilif, of hie friend and the public. GUTDiroughs. Nclhtosh,J H i Rata. \ 1 468 54, 8 BVtblc
patronage 10 sa 48 N E r
The gay attendants'on the Spirit of Spang. 8t Augtwine.July 1 8d. 1681. Or.Broth. Ming.Frederick L. l 1'50' 41' J7756
Charles Dr. Menus), Pedro 1 oct -61
The hawthorn tweet, and the blossoming broom s Estate" 18n8l&. '& .alb, Buisden Sarah A Manusi. JoanaMeCoUoufb 12''' 53 35 N \V Fair J 75 o 60 g't

.2.....'.btee-bell end the heatber'e perfume, Let Bicon Henry Dr. Chutes 1 3G3 41 'V' ". id 84 et 8V shtra M.'It
THEtSUBSCBIBERbavngobtaioed Estate Olden, N Major N. 14 65 a9 a
smellas ID 78 54
C. Newton Sereno 15'
66 30
of the soul !ores well fsom the Hon. the county court of St Johns coon. 2 16852 NBNW -
1 think scenes my I oeaired to presente 1 Clarke,limn P.PitkinRevd.J.. 16 6S 3D 8 E
all hiving clatma era | ;
potions D. 2 17564 E
X' by law, and Carroll Gideon : 45
time prescribed 17 63
within the
Bat wild shrabe tad flowers, beneath a core came required to make ioimediate Covert Henry Pall, Horatio Gates tw 81 41V Cloudy
indebted am IS' 61 44 .
briMiatiteky. : persona'}moat. ANDREW AND}, SON.b ChapliaCJ Ce.ter Potter Jobnll.I'almerJobnL.. 19. 60 50 N E Clonfiy.BO ',> 2 5510 FJr ,

Greet the. nail with their odour-with their 294 April 1833. CarteriC., A.B.Curosk Philip, Robert 57 48 I 24 58 40 N E .

.J beauty the eye, D. Piekard Joshua 21 76 SO S W Fair. 2 653 .

$..eaab rule. shell their luxuriance bring Estate ef tfttdrew Wilson..s Day. Dr Wm. W.Davis Porter.. 8, !5 2: 00 55 N E Cload). 20ap 73 53: E
hereby given, Th. ,cis moat! D. Potkinhoro,Charles 27 72 53 N E
Of the ..nswmcddcliabcofthsopiritofSpriag NOTlCBu the euh".Wer.-Imio- ,.N. 23 59 54 N W
hereof WU late rf E. Feckbam,\\ o. 2-1 7'2 588W Fair. 277 52Vn1
come-end 'twill put away, iltntor of the Estate or Andrew Eaton, John H.assignees. Park,John G. .H N 1V 117&W
8MI"as and 8t Johan County,deceased will' K f"lJSSacount of the a.nrllinal 26 3b W N. W miGl, 47 E
of lift, ell bsaoteuoa ft/ 10
.like the morning of manhood new pleasure of.-hie.,administration,..-.... prey leave to to be discharged I asngoment of Rozev. GasperDirk 27 54 44 I 31 47 .VB --
... the summer John 28W 45V
from rieUchmen to
MM UJIINI ut ibpnng: hie Administration. RECATttJCLATIO.f.Averagemaiimum: .1'
EDWIN T. JENCKE3. Mrenre Furman & Randolph Games Dr. 296038. : I

March SO. 1-6m Smith Charleston,tf. 8. 30 59 3J N \V inS. Minima \ *
Ot'l A'fcMFEUANCE.A 8u MJqn& Prevailing winds. N E.I .

A CLAIMS Dirk 31 45 :n w I Fair d." 24.'Cloud,3 : Rain 4, ,

"Us .",bet .'t ebsu ."-Ace of tfpsdesjAllUtf G. Switzer David aEcAtTU"\TIOr. '" Cc
+ Wwria'e liar llllder the JWnffe Article. Gardner Daniel 8. Sweatzer Thames J. Average Ma lmata 65,5, Minimum 49,5. AVKRAOC SU.on or TBS T0KftXiTH i ca
a room, PlttaaCT Of EAST FLOXIDA, t Gibbt. K.D Clerk Superior Swasey,Alexander G. Prevailing wind. N E. tea yeas iffO. 1834. AID rant Of ftfc
\ AIM!.L the tueu auu.women merely tipplers At Chamber, Wtk August Id34. S Court Smith. Gurney I Fair days 23; Cloudy 3: Rainy 4. "It,. LayMoath55..

They bats) their buttles' tad tneit glasses; Guff,ft aria I.. Suns,Thomas : cwudy t:t 1st

Anti cue man w lab true takva NOTICE 18 UEBEBY GIVEN that the : Gerard: Luther Streeter. 8. DECZUBEL :1111. r ai
muff quarts
aid ie prepared to receive such Guet ley.Johnson Smith, Peter N. 168 6J tea: Mr
lie .tttiikb a seven kiuOs. At ...., the in CLAIMS for oases oer.stoned by the Troops of, G."ia. Ellu b). Sherman.Joaepb Capt.tji 268 63 nalo. 2&'ip. t'e'I' in

taut, the United Stateain the year 1812 and 1813 *e i. Grayson Jno. B.Lieut ., DionUio 68&4 i hu

Taking the cordial! in the Dun.'.arms; have not heretofore) been pr>-nted to the Judge i iGanrinAlrs. T. 4 70 58 .JII, it
of this District or in which the evidencewna ". Tucker Watson '
And then the wtiioittg school boy with hit drop withheld, in consequence of the decision of the i I !loll. James Treei.JohnTowneend .5 Hutt ;ec -

Of two of porter just to make hum creep Secretary of the Treasury that such claims were Herbert George J. L. 68 53 I Fair. uti'v f.
NnaA ,
Mote willing/! ecbuol.-And then the lover, not provided for by the treat) of2d February U. bert,John \V. Tracy Tend 76040xw I IS s ry Cdt
18IU between the Govetnmente of the United Henry (1 Tattle. Abrabant 674I : F'Ar
ft&tuij'like furnace, o'er bar lemwiede.Btsw.d States and llepp. 963 46 : ad m ao.r a
Spain. j I I Humphreys., Gad Col. Tuttle. Stephen Lieut. a E -
into whisky punch.-Then a !soldier. Each claim will be .referred in the form of a Hernandez,J.... }!. V. 10 69 51 .

Fad of ebaage oaths and reebng with brandy, p.tition.a which the .itioner will. set forth par lIo kin.. David. T. Van Ness E. II 70 52 If z' ,I .II... a ta s a, c m r r;n, wmn" .
ttcttlarfjf the nature end amount ,the losnee sustained Haskina. James B. P. W.
Brutal and beady sadden and quick in 1 7D 56 IE I
gosh the time at which they occurred and [ee
;: llolzendorf. William Wecdon, Dr.F. 2 17258 m H or
relsiSeektfif the be that the claim bat not been be. e 11it.
I case may ] Hut,\Villi.mVaWaa.. Joseph R.2 I
the fiend Intemperance fore presented to the Judge of ibis district,or that Hill Cent Woodrnl'Ilenry :IUard.lfeary 1476 6J da

E'en in the gallons mouth.-And than the ,evidence in laid claim war withheld, in con P. Williams,John Lee 2WbiiMil. 1 77 65 SW : Sat. avA..Aat.tt R yh1 be
joeUca -
eqnenca of the decision of the secretary of be Harlaod. Charles D. plants J 77 G7 CI'd,. ant

Treasury. The petitioner will moreover aver I AVilliston.MajorD.il.' 17 SO 61 r, w' | I ?l S I
In for roond belly,with Madeira lined, that et bo time suffering the lo eee complained Jones Levi Wilkine.James R. 18 72 46' Fair. l4h.S
Moat elegantly drunk aoperbly corned of be war a subset of Spain and that previous to I,,.. Washington M. Witbera John 1962 42 E tb,
to the happening of aid touts the Agent or Joy Abiatber Warren Joshua D. 2 t ,n 41 IABT OrTHE WTEATUE rat TBKor
Fall of de
wie the
sews egeintt me olla .
of the United Statce hid entered East
Troopa t K. White Canvas.Williams 21 6.1 43 A...... th
Andewtlhmewine Tbeeixth drink : I
Florida. Raoltoa.loba Martha L.Wintrincbem. "I
Shift into the lean end bloated dram drinker The petition lifted ly At pttitbur, will be Kealoo,J lID'".Tf U.L. 22642 It 1T C :: :; tsite!

A spectacle his owe;..'.scorched Inside filed with the undersigned,who will then appoint Melts George 61.VentT.Hear1S.. 23 60 j 36 I ':. w ir. :3'... .. Reratrks. <
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a time fur receiving proofs in support of the 'm. Keen, Ann M. Watkins Minks AnnZebnbanez 2456 38.t ; .- n-- of
The wretch' ragged hose,a world too wid. All claims must be prestntod within one year Ker Revd R B. Z '! 40 28 : r. or

For bis shrank shank;and bit once manly handShaking from the!20lh of June last., L. Mon in 26 47 29 I 175 50 S E Fair he

the cop of tea well linediwih rum Applications will be made at the Chambers in the oft,I Iday. fit Auguatiue, 4tb April' 27 55 33 I E : 28056 hr
th. nit..betWfllIlilh. hours otttx and/ffttr
JOHN GRAY Jr. C. &l '
{ Seems now five palsied bonce. Last drink of :--p-- o BT.' RAYMOND REIU 28 65 55 Var. 3 t 80 57V an

., aU. Judge of the Sup'r Court Diet. E. Florida. 2U 66 501 If C1'dy. 4 7G ..aaV Morning overai Yt

: That ends intoxication's bittorf Superior t.ollrtEle"" 67 54 Fair. 5 4J 14 N \Y rem

ItUttdanum mnrdere mu r kECAPTULAT10:4Avesta ac 7 55
long oblivion; The CiiltHriiif ".
7 71 a.; of
Raw faith sansbope sans lift-,tans every thing. re utivo Committee of the Hartford IN CHANCERY. 11..imuni 6:1.7. Miuimum40,0. 8 6B 51 N E nat
TUG Prevailing winds, N E lad N \V.
Comie Almsnae. tank Society, have commenced a Elizabeth Bunch .
( ,
] 9 74 61 S E
Rain in the !
month!) Publication called the Silk Culturist ,.. Fair days 22; cloudy 0; rain)' 3. oSbotveratSP.
10 81 56 N E
end Farmers' Manual Thomas Duramen.
Douglas Lice
UNEd BY J. 8. KNOWLF.S.She The object
lived a nun! No convent wall thorough knowledge of the cultivation of the ander Gordon. Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph I R M 12 68 is
Immured her-ebe was woman! All Mnlberrr Tree in all I lie varieties-the rearing Lawton & Charles Lawton. Q ..!!; \\'ind. \Veather. Remlrk..c .. 13 eo Gi) S E fu

of Hilk Worms- productions Cocoons, IIG 14 6B r.o N BVar. CIdjair.
That man woman seeks! Not one MOTION OF TilE COMPLAIN
and the Recline of iaT1t. iu the most ep loved 4 ON 15 TJ GJ
anlicitor, and it!
?More air,end yet aba lived a near having matte to 1
The orU.ilkaowl.cfll.- 51 33 NV Fair.
s method. importance
appear by affidavit.That the said Cicily G. Slum- 16 75 50 er
She lived a nun for love.-Her coal appear from the fact that or the netproduet ol if land mines, Samuel BlcCartney Alexander: Gordon 258 38 V.'hlo. 17J) 59 S E ol
devoted the culture Silk, is double not
to 366 50 8V 'S
Nathaniel A. Thorn.Joseph Law too and ChtrlrLawton 18 70 6-1 S ESW ;
fled met a kindred one: Her whole triple,to that derived from eny other crop which 452 P
reside out of the Jurisdiction of this 30 N E Cloud,. 1976 6S S aetn
Of withes-hopes-the maid had given can be put upon it It i ie several also a fad hundred that dollars every Courts the said Cicely G. Mo mm ings in eonw 34 30" .. 208565

To him who owned that soul and heaven : worth moderate or Silk farmer without can tats interfering with bit ordinary part of the West Indies, and the said Alexander 44 30 N W,, Fair. Stormy 4C 21 85 61; .N rant
: tfemuel
But in order Gordon McCartney, Nathaniel A. 7 53 44 N E It [cold
agricultural operations. to. 22 68 b'2 N E Rain
She could not wed-wee doomed to prove Thorn Charge Lawton end Joseph Lawton in 56
avail bim.ell'orbitr.calit ,to obtaiocolnptlteae, 40'blo U.ia. 23 70.59 Chi or
States. ,
It is
The poet right-"the coarse of loveTbtt'etrne and wealth, which our soil and climate bare giv ordered that the above 9 53 30 .. 'S Stormy of
named defendants do appear "* .......11....tel 24 76 66 E Fair.
ran neeroreoyet"- en him, be mUll post himself, ofinformation ou complainants' bill of complaint on or before the I4 5 29 N Fair. 25 74 J.J 8 E Rain Pein
Bath lot the ..aiel'.true love bed Ui" .ut7e.a-dtr without It hit attempt* will be twentieth of 11 45 35 .. ..
met. fruitless. It ie therefore the object of the Committee day Sept.next,clherwiw the said 26 sa 6-1 SV Fair.
bill will will be taken 1e 59 40 N E 'S
pro to c against them. 27 85 M ei
She knew but love-she knew not sin,- u possible to dlf1'u1Ie and at Information the tbe.peatnt.as. extensively Thepubli-- 'I| And it u further ordered that this order be pub>> 16 8 49 8 E 28 70 51 N': in

The feme her bosom warmed,within cation will contain a complete manual or directory or lisped March once a week nntil the said twentieth da? 14 87 50 S \V. 'a1S 29 74 58 E be
Her aeraph breast might bum claim the eeed ilk. next in the Florida Herald. Dated bU 61 41 Rain.
or from sowing feeling the together Augustine this 16th 30 dl 66 S E tear
For child of earth serapb'e. name. with such facts and experiments, ae will A. A. Pcriuti, Sclieutr.m day.September 1814. la 51 38 N \V (o air. severe thUD-
enable farmer to rare Silk and prepare it for ROUT. RAYMOND REID 17 54 47 N E n.iD. [der.tormJ1 UCAPITOt.TIGr. saah
And UM maid beloved markftU without further knowledge or assistance. Average mlsi lbnt. 74.5 minimum VPrevailia
war again T *$ &V- Court, Out. E. Ftorida. 1 S9 : N IV Fair. ; .
It will also contain interesting matter on agricul* .. .. winds S. E.
She wee!Beloved, .alas,in rain fUobtot A trot copy-Attest, u55 38 : th

be died I unwed,though won toni Terms subjects:-Hie in general.Cultariat will be published in K. D. GIBBS tfcrfeNOTICE 25948 E Fair days. 2-1 ; clouds ; raio 2. tic

The maid for lore that lived a cnn.Administrator's monthly numbers of Eight Quarto Pages, at 50 21 71 52 8V' Cloud,. ftolA'1'. J"

.. cents a year. No subscription will be received, 62 41 NV Fair. -
--- unless paid in advance and for not lese than a To 59 43 N E .. -C= I: :: -<. .
relic year. pertotttkuiagltuuuuuUktbfetatt Of. 24 62 2Q .. ., D. a.DIU'" .
ALL PERSONS baTiog claims demands Subaeriptiona received by F. G. Comstock I, 25 74 60 8V fI5:1 -- 3 inm
any nature whatever against the Estate See'ry. Hartford, (Conn.) to whom, also Com* THE Patent Law directs,that"'every invest a 73 60 .. Cloudy hoKOrttM 183 E fair
Of Lewk Mattair.lateofDuval Coontr deceased. mnnicationa may be addressed, which, if po before he presents hit petition to the 27 78 62 a. F.ir. 80 59 Vir.lain1i to
.. are rewired to present them duly authenticated peid.will be attended to Secretary of It.ate, signifying bit desire of obtain tit
the Subscriber. I Editors who will the shall ing a Patent,shall into the 28 75 59 V.'ble Cloudy 6H E Fair
19 AU accounts, daunsor do 07: copy above receive pay Treasury thirty
4 76
dollars s.a $ E .
,and shall take ?3 62' 8 Fair fresh breeze Strang brass.
I Band, not presented within the period ortwo the publication for one l'V.IIlnlord. duplicate receipt i one o r
years from the dale hereof ee required of' the i .April. 1835. 8tf w icb receipts be shall deliver to the Secretary of 64 43 8V RaiD light 1th', f BU d4 64K3 63 Thanderthowir r th

stated,will be barred of operation of law. State when be presents bar petition." 31 50 38 N \V Fair ')5OS

Chime egainst the said Estate authenticated u Ifetlce to Ouildcra. It has been the practice many cases, to send 190 Sw 5ni
aforeeeid mar be banded In at tbo office the money above mentioned aaCA.ITOUTIOII.A .
ofMessrs the
to of .
OovfrLAS Law at Bt Angostins.P&I8C1LLA I have for eale at my landing on the Jtdigton State Otto the Snperintendem of the Secretary Patent Of "crap Maximum 69.1 ; Minimum 43.4. 88 10 r

\ MATTAIl1.a Crack, St John'e River from fifty to oahundred E Bees but in future,applicants for will Prevailing winds. N E aDd 8 \V.Flr 1175 67N...\\ giF i
thousand Bricke dollara patents II :8 1\'t E
at eight
.. per conform the
to directions
t lfl9- "i1at tie li! and Cbtrieeton:J Savannah Br'ieket M forlheaaa!! t f tect. and.mike the reaoireri of the*...law...on.._the._eub..... .'."""r.days "21 -;-.cloudy'J'DlnTA.1'5 ; relay; 5... I.1. 7.let U3 "E r Fresh
Weea lbr sale. Ity. they an equal to them Ir oat.nperior. lam//TIt la" 1 62 36V 1 MJ 6.J SV Raia. under aad (
.. SUBSCRlBERdesirouetoleera prepared to furnish those that with to DorchaaT will be a compliance with the lawjn this res- Fair 1 via

1'HZ : off-rs hk the one hundred: thousand every thirty days i ifr. .i"i = pact to pay the muoey to the Treasurer ol the 258 43 E It 1 7', 63 E Fair

...... eta AraeiaWtc. any of the
medina the Main ad. b11iiDI due notice.N. Ole selected deposite Backs. Ilia 4 44 r7 N \V Fair I 16 67U786
on Steam Boat to
6 381C1'11oak Nevigatioo.compfwwr 0. The JnUagton Creek ie fifteen miles receipts should state by whom tho payment 4a 35 N E E1ft '
with tta......Wntr{ ;4 of a milein lecgth.form-hickory land above JeeksormUe,and baa a safe harbor and I I made,tpd for what objectAs 65 36" .. 78 6G Sbewer It En iIf.! est ,

log a "".'shad health nti .aCl. Auo A am vessel that arils ap t! Ht. Joba'. Cia 1 load ei notice to this effect Was pubkahed on tha 7 45 8 N W Cloud II :6 from a plank II Iindla t 3d of ,
tfftetei&eaaeree ofesceUeot qaalitied land 2 last sufficient time baa elapsed for 821 16 N Fair 1 10 Fair tic
REUBEN LORINO. its beinj known; to those interested. 1J; ai :
BHteee&athof the above mentioned embracing r Therefore Crd1 Storm .
a e perior rtriety of soil, adopted to the growthefeutarean 8t. Aupsua.May 171h. 1835. 8-tt. .feee for a tents which may be sent the Secretary 32 23 N \V II 2 47" 68 E .sitt

*. corn,cottou, cte. Of the firstooBfeoaad ordtata-br Superintendent-.----- -. ..... .P-.i-.......""tiW".!_.. 1_ 40__ 28 Cloudy- llakes or snow t. 1t1. 58 Fair '
690 999! after the tat of May, will be 1! 45 00 10 Fair, 36- t3Ut 92183631E at'
fere* acres are ....d., and VAUJABMS PR.. RTJter J{ retn"ed. > ..
It of A! Iris q all!1, >r the production of cotton Fees 6r copies or patents, specifications of 1248 31 NE : w
Defer. Lea Sate. dr.wing or for recording assignments. 32" .. 2'0s63: t
Win.. afcovt. the tafoeriber oflera!60 fake; b ONE; LARGE STONE HOUSE be U n.nUted to the Superintendent of should 1458 as" .. 99aj *f G9
.. the Pa
I c.ffre..,jn lieiliea (orDlOtl to nil the enrcha fad LOT situated m front of the tent Ofye, tn coin when they H604,5 E H ; .. : ; 86 63 N
0er) .......,with a nnmbtr ofherave and Cattle, A Sea Wall thus five dollars u bank- notes under amount that to lest 1 G2 43 .. RaJa17.SO 31 5 70 3 El Ii it'p

pJeallfioe.....ite. Ire. For ertienlara aAmetia 1 One HOUtfE and LOT will notbe received. cum A".raae"aziIDUm.
1 in 3B N W i 7t.ria Uioieoai6eM.
CO. S tlfs...,. ROBT, iARRttw : i Clotrdl
.........bl.a., IB3ft 1| -Cw. Charlotte Street tn excellent repair,at present in I JOHN FOB8YTH, 1154 3D S'' E air I Prevailing Wisjda. E and 8 E.
--.. : tbo occupation of Charles Rob on. Eta. DlPAaTSUITOrSTAXC, I It "' 8.rr .s ea Fair da,..85' 1 Cloudy 8 1,gain 4. .
One and LOT* April J83G. .
AniYer Lau ,
eI1 Q K Noc 2(50 4-1 NE s' -
aw6"'Ii, PJ ied Gould.of : 2'M6B 8".. 6U.. a

...., Tom, St. Aepatiu.1CVA8 terms apply toJOlffT Q7The newspapers mborizad to publish the 2169 47 8 E I., AVINb b....or iepona-i.+>M
M. r laws wW loin 2271 ,M. 8
: forb at hla step recently eptned J NTANE,Agent. end send their! the notice weekly three times, 7.3 sa .. Cloud" country,which cannot ..... waaf* tcB
accounts to the Without his
Superintendent presence offers roe sets. nw
a amettaeet .01"01.- ., P.R the Patent Office. of .. ptasf
on the banks of tile river 81 Johns rfJohne
uhtehha.sell at a mall tdnaca april 9 Coaa4J
New York prseca*.I will fcetp oa bind above Hate the A VERY Fine tractor land 400 o 56 429 NNW II Wck 10' :art FlarW -Tli pletaatiea! vaescnOe !
!B aerae.eituatad oa the watenorS .. -north of Fteolsla House tulle 1If
a and II
oie,8fceaa.ad Ge..leaiaaV f Wearies a,t 275595
l Appar Cnek. Itil..Ullmberedwlth C ,.. vdTgECEIVED on consignment, 2QN. .... Clay .,lit
,ad tariaM mbar aretes la I be doling One Liye Oak ,' Cods did a spfen* RaJa Anfnatiai.perieae fires tee b
..tFieAef.aodSfiBB r dress sad Piae aDd hat a pen it aW'1 wild eesottaMnt of seasonable. ;.ready made 39 ''00. ; 't', air Ice them States wieh&g a d.liPttula"
I a' e
ET6cBil OnDa'Grote. II may bt bad clothing.0 cun of Beaver,.1I0.wi tod eoosuc4ri ten retidange In Florida will !
. eMtisg asde.. cnJer.endft on omeloda. straw I led tto a
1111 krm. hstsv-all of which ._ c
Appl/tt the oftlCft will cell vrrs1.oR. : parehase
IfI tse"Mat JahiiMii. ....." .. "arraaseI of tail by wholesale or re t&osv deeuoea of o6uioiB
.. lal' ." l'3f.DUVGtA8. LEVY.t at very trifling tduoce from N York prices Average Maximum 84,3 ; Minimum, 38,5- formation respecting tle testate will aAfeess ii /
T. FW'TARU. "iDd. subscriber at the ** tt!
June Prevailing N \V and N B PteoJata house or B.lit. .A-Fata

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