Florida herald
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 Material Information
Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 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: UF00079917:00051
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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:] her Catholic Majesty Now TnKREroRE BE Colonization oJ.Vtzico. Benjamin Luudy, nature, in her wisdom has given to Delectable mansion bail! ? lions not
;K IT KNOWN' that I, ANDREW JACKSON formerly editor of tho Genius of Univenal : each.Iu. made with every wood! Lodgings pay

President of the United State, have caused Emancipation has obtained an extensive general it may be laid, that American : no rent: airy and commodious which owing

a'' t the laid convention to be made public to the grant of land in the State of Tanviuupns: ..I cM.kcry has somewhat engrafted iho p'French to window lax. are yet all casement,

I I end that the same end ever) clause and arti (Mexico) in fee simple, on condition of in up>
tie thlrenfmn\ observed mid fulfilled with traducing 250 neuters within a stipulated i is mast beef, all others bring .s cnndary; in i } and overlooking that they will sometime .

good faith by the United States and the citizens period. "The terms, however Are I h." ibn same way as the English: rail hanging stand fur an bourtogethertuenj.sy the
r thereof. **y. Mr. L. "ihfiMho Mtitemcnt of one fifth capital' punishment and all tho rest of punithments prospects! Cell, recluse from the vulgar!
r In mrn r..s wnEftr.or, I hive hereunto part of that number will secure a large tart secondary. However, honor to Qbiet retirement from the Great Babel. jet

set tut hand and ran.'-U the seal of the United (in fee auntie, as aforesaid) fully adequate to English cookery! No other nation has (found affording sufficient ;glimpse s into it. Pulpit

States to be affixed. their liberal accomraodaiinu: aud on the other out how to treat meat in its proper tyle. without note ur ,ertnon book, into which the
y I Done at the City of Washington, this first hand when the full complement shall he The Americans have the finest material fur : preacher iinducted N its not !sends or first

-s: I. day November lathe year of our .enlrdlIny number more who muy ehoos a plentiful and savory ttble, some of which( : fruit! From thy giddy heights IIOt.k down
-_..--' -- "ATM [t.. s.] lArd one thousand eight: hundred audI to locate themselves in places adjoining, will do wu grow .t all. or not to plentifully in I upon the common herd. who stand with

r't .r THE raaJIP&'f'l"' or THE WITS I thirty four, and d f the ludepcudeuve ho furnished with 'Linda, gratis no npptiia- Eur JH; (ur .x imple! tomato or tbo jtzgphnt eyes upturned as if a winged messenger hovered
or AMERICA.WIIEUEA.S. of tilt: Unit-. Stases the fifty ninth. don to the 'local State ttuthnriti.e '1'b. cue aiid much rouhibe done were not over ihem,and mouths open. a. if they

I'IUC'II": 1'10N'. ANDREW JACKSON. "('mrnent ii. also under HII nbligfitiMit to lay cookery allowed tu a u on in Its old watf, but expected tnanna. I lent, I feel the true E-

a Convention between the Dy the President:' out a tow u. at its own e.pe-s... in $mb n received proper attention from a reflectingpeople. li.C'up"ltuuio,. BcboM in me my flock

<5oernmeutof the IVtfd States of Amen- Joint FORSTTH. plae as Ih ell direct, nnd furni..h every "et- I d., ut menu to SUV that they oujbt our true overseer! What though I cannot

and her JHeMy the Queen Re sc..njmJtos Secretary of State. I tier with one lot grata. In nddition t., tins to imitate un aeqiuintauee" mine, who hy bands, because my own are laid, yet I

ta us** at'd lMlf of her Catholic MjtyJiaUel ; .....---- I will,givo exe1 fIfO" on condition i.f settlement goes, when first iln oysters s';'par. from can mutter benedictions. True ofium cum
lh e f* nd. wan eoucl. de-l I and sign- a quantity of lm i sufficient for good .'op io shop, nud select, rimong bushels of dignitate! Proud PUgah. e-uineuce! Pin

T td their repecti! *'" Plenipotentiaries, otMtdiid. I RESOLUTION. farm, he hioccupation what it ma)'**' Iu ihrtin but one, and tb only !perfect one a- naclo sublime! .
..n the sevi-uiecnth "IIY l fir Februaryin I Whereas the 1Viueh..i ter and Potomac Railroad the admission of settlers no distinction it i toM tm+n: ihcbusiosiucachshoibui: | I do mean Importune hour-hand-stay! The clock

the tar i>f.ur lrd one thousand! l eight; t'ompany hnve fount!it iinpractir.ble to m' kHthn \ > made on xceount of color. Tit* o'-jctt' to say that health and many other consideratioui speaks. one. I return to common life. Ketch

1I bun.Ird stud thirty four, which Cuiiventiouh I laibnadtlirMighth fgro-md* belon in/r to is to test the "dv ut.isei of free labor nil acquire that proper attention be given let me out! -
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j word) fur word at follows: the United States 11atpet's1I'crry ageesbly thi>continent, in the. culture orsuglr. co.ton. to the sulJ,ct. '
.i to the exact tennrnf the joint resolution! 1.luedor rice &e, to which the soil i) and climtite of I will conclude dissertation cookery .
OatuI4A0cONt'tXTION.: their. benefit at'ha last sv-wion of ; my
Congre A
t.Ktsolvedby Xcvtlexpedient for catching a thief.;-
I Tamauuipas Oil Mr. with.
are very w! adapted. : ono more remark, namely that the
the Senate and House ofRtp* Lundy has himself visited Mexico in refer dinner, when well prepared neatly! arranged short time since, a miller residing near re

for the Stttltmrnt f tVim kfwffn the ] Tttntul\vttofthl United -'alt'o/America in nco tn this undertukin:. ant I expect* to return : and of savory taste i i. of very great moral erl,. whose premises bad been entered 'for
ii tkt United ....tatet of America and her CoIfofic Congrtft tusrmll, That the said Winchester thither.llis ,t importance with all the industrial classes. some time pa't nightly and a considerable
-. rind Potomac lUilroad Company nro quantity of corn abstracted hit upon an ingenious
Majttty. contract with the Mexican Government Thero I I is hardly nit hour during which n laboring
I'I The Government of the United States of hereby authorized t.i complete said Railroadas stipulates that the colonists shall not I 1[ man enjoys bis family more, and when expedient for the detection of the.
! America and the Queen Regent. Governess now located through said grounds, onP" be molested for their opinions, either political' bit wife has a Belter opportunity to stilt o1T ucJer. iTie, means of ingress wasl-y, putting
f.r her aueustdmtghtcr. ing the. value of improvements injured religious and the obliges itself that her fs the finger through a bold in the door,
of:' r. a eurin: Ih.t minority any or ; ; government: : attention to his comfort deservingof
Her Caiholie Majesty Donna> Y.abetll by the road or giving authority to replace I to respect and protect them, it) the enjoyment his industry, than tho dinner hou- 1:have w'tich uplifted a latth. On the night; in

i tl1 from desire- of adjusting l"y ndefinro them in other positioni. should l thy of these opinions, provided they seen man in many situations, but I know of question the miller set a common rat trap
l" each lie dl"rmeell.\ Prft-tdent of sufficient ini* and hung it inside the the duct so that the
do the order. finer
' arm -gemeiit the claims preferred y not public no sight than a table with a clean cloth
.: na ty against the other a.lei l thus removing porlanee M bo paid for or removed : I'r.ni- Jour. of Com. and a fine piece of meat aud some good vegetables thief wuuld be obliged to touch the spring ioopening
tied Aofrerrr, That the road shall be construe, the door. Having taken this precaution
alto nf
11 ail uronuili f.r disagreement ns strengll -all showing, the care of the bouse
ted iu such place as far as it throughthe left it for the night and on going
-- uiug the ties friendship and good understanding passes ; FROM PORTFOLIO "ife-wheu prciently the husband comes iu
tire OR TUX or A
which suhiiit betweenthe public grounds at Harper'* Ferry, s may and down tho following morning> his expectations were
try{ happily C'URo"CLEa. sitting with a uico set of children( ..
two nation a* their respective Pleoipotenti be approved by the Preais int.Approved The Trusting Tree. Journeying ""day and thankmg the Lord for all his bounty, realized by Coding a tell w suspended from
the door bi.6.er. The miller after severely
Ihf4 President of the Uul- January 27th 1835. eats with while the wile by
namely: a
mes along a muirlaud 1 road not far 'from tillin hearty appetite ,
_.. ;; admonishing him for the and
*. Van Ness, citizen v- A to ''"
ted States, Cornelius I a "Ma.her eyes directed towards him enjoys
tie passed l by a very fine old tree in a fieldat taking into consideration the sufferings the
of the sail y States, and their Envoy Extra a.'SCE L'.BO'IJR.I"rofll ashc+distance. I remarked its beauty, tho silent pruiso which bit partaking twice poor n re ten had underg ue. gave .bin: the
ordinaryand Minuter Plenipotentiary near I< aid three tiiii's of the dish, bestows '[
to which Simon assented, but seemed fen upon
-- choice of law
abiding the or a f..ed
her Catholic !Majesty Donna sated II:.aud the Cincinnati Cnroniclt. I' while her work.-I.ie1lfr. by
absorbed in
I j recalling recollections
hurc It needless to add. that
b..r Majesty the Queen U.* ent. in the name I A Miter No bumpspetni to be so generally
with last b
it. said
Ap pausing
he preferred the latter alternative, which the
sad l betulfof her Catholic Majesty Donna : Despised! as that of coveteousness. J and *"""*
back th. trc.'I'hlt .
*'. ""heili. hit Excellency l Don Jute de lie. j jrwlii I do not by this mean arquititiveni-st. fur a man' old plant of an incident on < which displayed sturdy a 7xzm&.-As a specimen of the uportivcnessof miller administered! pretty frr"l --

liubr: rand Cross of the Royal) Anieririiii t(: may Jove to acquire rur the purpose of dis. striking[ trait of character "f the true old hit fiucy, with which no imagine f't' of released hi n. .

: U.lotf.rY"htllbe Catholic, one I pending and not ho rding. Hut the real 'avarieious Seottuh breed 1'but it, called iho our riders.sru aeqn 'ioiod-we are ,,.ntI"" It woull setmfroiu in following pangraph.
i ur'ftl
..f h .Majist)'* Supreme Cmmeil ot Fi- | man is the derision and despise (to Trysting Tree, and there lass bad ... subjoin an vSI"Oel from one of/ his essays. that the buun/tary line trout lea n the
.name et Knvoy: KxtraonHnhry mid Minis :I I O r'ke an Aruericaniira every one Of I I ruth -utlclIO meet her swecilie a country rt winterni < entitled "Kellcction; of n man in the Pillory.** \Vet nre nut rrgarded ,'s settles:--F

t.r rifoipoif '. and President of, the ., Hit the real misers of "hom I have heard I : 'ht :o for the ono dstsr \ '1'hkis an iruuicnt of punishment tno.n i rothe Cm innate t,.z ite. June :J.rrt .
hint' Junta of Appeals of Credits! ..R.IIUI flee iikiMl tru. '" h!. v.tI.." sad "".."".. I !1'd.. ->.* .- -.Jir'augc. .Mi niatt-r i ..i t. _. .. tre.+ i; known to ueeddescription.. .. It. %VH.. situated.. '*,I ,. /. :...w.l.i.... Shy i.e.
euhatued their.I> in bn priueiftlei, *, as the late It. 'tI' i ; ; odeIltnI't' 1 1'- ? ,
promising the
France: wlmafer having girl: true her appointment BII was placed m n high (rants ur enclosure gs.I.sture is.ct stutr.-onzo Ito" ruler
reipertire full powers, have agreed upon the I of Boston MedfordMnM.! Ho was a' iu tho hnpes of doing hark again licfure %h.. I II +t I I culprit, his neck begirt with collar of wind tu .taw;*tr'op I In run the boundary ltn",'.- _

.t ftdUiwmgnrtttlc: *. man of fine talents, perfrrtnprihtitess, and! I wa mis."... It soon came on a heavy 111I.1't, his extended hands secured stud bis feet fan this be dune? The Constitution uf the
ART. I. with nothing faulty nut leis love of mane It i and, alltl.tnt.d nil niaht. The gill;I was i I fast in the a'ocks.' There b., WHSsubjected United States prohibits the Stnt (wrnuutthp

. Her Majesty; the Queen Regent" and Gov.ernes This passion bad run into insanity, and in not to be found; nil the roads round t\nz injule' tu all sorts of unseemly missiles consent of Congress) from keeping ttn.psinitimi

*. to the name suit in lethal her Oath- I respect tp wealth, I respect him as a monomaniac. ,I not only) impuss'', but invisible! fi'otn tHe i iI i, from the crowd standing at one of of peace, or from "'JIU.tur. ui.ivs.
alit Majesty Donna \'.aht'llI. engngcs: to Duriti the latter years of his life J JI I depth of the drift a whol uoek p sed of the quarter actually invaded 1, or 'much imminent danger .

p.ytntlM fruited States as the balance on 1 be had a yearly income of something like I I fore any communication was possible n bO.1 I an hour at varlot one point at th* end of cotnpass.Theunhaptey an hour. was I as will not admit of delay !

aeenHut ,f *h* rlaiti.s aforesaid, the sum of ,I t.YlM)0.: ) His property u as veiled in Bank the ncihhuriugfarinsallwhirls: timo nothing _-
h\eh t tnil'ions' of rubs rti/on, in ono or,sev- and Insurance stocks in Boston the interest I I I could be heard of her. At length tho oew generally liberated a most ,pitUhlo object, looking : Jn//icm Strain: of PhilaMyhla. About
when Ketch
... tai susctiisti"'s" al6 "preferred by the Govern. ') of which be collected in person upon the di j ji I reached her lover who w;.s lost and bewildered if he had exchanged by his ,humanity the hangman wjth as a turnty years a \ViHUm Sttaim, then a
went of t r United :battles of perpetual rents i,vidend da)', for to lush a dn f', interest was in contending oliiigH of wonder fear This character Mr. Lamb has bookbinder was affected with a severe %t rofulou -

on tliH ;reai book
of: pj'o, bearing: an interest of fie percent.per 1 i* lie resided in Medford to .avoid postna tax- when his bride Wilt tart seen, be found' it ,..placed regal upon dignity. Whoever shed l before moreshuts of his physicians. He expe.-d.d all his little
annum. aid in\cril.tiouI.balll'e Usuedla CI, and made his bargain at so much a crick, "as the uisht uf their n'signatinn and the earnings in procuring medical aisle and was
such of around dark \ subject
roufuifiiity tilth the mehlel or_. f form annexed '. tn Keltitho"t supper and candles, and fire in i first of the '"0.rho Trystin'Free: flashed ? gushes The hero poetry so a1 taken t.- the Ptnnlvauia hospital>> .,his disease

) to thu convention, and .luUlto- delivered the eveniug. From Medford! he med' tti upon his mind, and thither with a sturdy merchant with represented certain d.ish as a of respectable humorin having been pronounced incurable While
io Madrid such as walk into Boston generally gutting into band volunteer he bent Isis course. a himself
set person or person 'rniiy ;I pioneers his nnd who furls at toe Hospital bo undertook tu cure
t.. authorized by the Government of thel; nt- ; colic cart if possible before coming& I'. the ; On reaching the tree they commenced dig composition- trifling and composed a mixture for that purpose
elevated the where
ted 1 State tft receive them" four innnth bridge,so a. to avnidtbecent of toll. Many giog all round it, and soon came to a solid I, pecadillo was to pillory whir h bad the denied effect. lie was soon
after the nxrhange of the ratifications,, lAnd ; anecdotes are current respecting him. but I ;| hammock. :Their spades nnd shovels weroi among other sentiments, he regaled himselfwith restored to perfect bralih with a constitution

r .*i>1 itiieripttons, or the proceeds thereof.frUall give only one. He had walked in from !Md i then exchanged for the simple>> labor of their these: Knickerbocker. unimpaired by the disease th.ough \ he

rs. be distributed by the Government of ford one spring morning and had sneut the hands, "jibtbieh they gathered up and RcrLccrioss.: bad 'lIlsrd. lie then tried the virtues of hb

the United States limon:; the claimants entitW !I forenoon in bu.iue>% in stole street. ('on ard, i flung out the snow by gowpcus, and .ro this Scene opposite the Royal Exchange; Ili Jt.Iretlre medicine i on others afflicted with, -tki ur diseases

-- thereto, io such manuer as it may deem noon:!being tra m. h*. became hungry and had been long continued, they succeeded in to one, noon. and found that it prov equally ,f-

kit aud equitable. faint, for be ivas near GO years old I believe.Umvilling i extricating the very girl; exactly eight! days Ketch, niy good fellow you have a neat fieacious. This mixture wa Sitxiiin'f Panacea.
- ,\r.T. 11. I to encounter the expense of a din. t from the time she had been t'urie You hbnd. Piithce adjust this new collar to It not only 'restored its iuvititorfroui

The interest ibn aforesaid inscription or nor in town, the old man about two o'clockset I| may guess it was a moment of agonizing: i, neck giugerly. 1 ant nut used to those woo my- sickness tu health, but it ha raised him from
i.vcri!.tiuus thall bo paid in I'aricvery; six i nut fur the country. As be came near 'perturbation which preceded the discovery : en cravats. There softly, softly. I abject poverty to immense t 1 ealtb. He

.r. mmilh, and the first half: .yearly payment is I the bridge, he was' tempted! .being very faint t that shin w'a* ttlivo. t I now face the orient. In a quarter of an makes it is said n good use orbit wealth. contrihnting -

tube inada after the exchange' the ratifies. ,. by some oysters upon tho board hard by. ;: "Ou coming t.' the tree and not finding 1 hour I shift iouthwarddoyoumiudT! and, soon I irgely to the improvements of Philadelphia .

twas of this Conventlun.Arr. I and stopped to inquire the price. "II.dn ;, her lover there, she drew her plaid tight till 1 fact* the east again, travelling with and aiding with hU name aCid his
III. you sell your oysters?" said he to the man at round her. and sat down to nwait. Shit conjectured {I.ho No half I beseech N. purse n benevolent and I charitable institutions.
If The high contracting; ,parties, in virtue of :: ill, board; ".Six cents a dozen for the sms:.11| thnt the cold had! tuxde her drowsy, N. by sun.W., or buy point such *;elaborate niceties yon. ; *''. }". Times.Niles' .

the stipulation contained in arttele first Ieci. :: and twelve for the large answered the man. 1 and the snow filling thick' upon hI"'hcl' They brcomo ,the supinau! .'. card but not .-
. procall release and cancel The wretch looked at the aim awoke she! unaMe to and felt !
renounce nUl I poor hungry oys was move, > this Now leave mo a littlo to celebrated Hfgiibr has reached its47th
. cUimt which either may h'ive upon the,othw I I ten and ihoutbt, and looked again, and herself as if alive in her grave, and cut off" own mystery.reflection. my volume, and' i if decidedly the best food
I of whatever class denomination, or' oritm > thought again. \Von't you let me have a from the living world. Her lover was full .
what is hero of the Untied M-'ts
they may be from the twenty second of dozen of the large fir ten ('outd" said he. ; of sorrow and of explanations. 'If he had I lllcss us, a company assem- 111".1 authentic history
led( to honor me! How great stand'here! ut. from 1810 to this, moment. Its sty'isis
." February, one thousand ri; ht hundred and I I 'No I wont" replied the oysterman, cross I hut thought she could have ventured on such I felt sensible before tho effect of I : and sententious* .'!.
so remarkably
Mfr ftHteteen, until the time of vtguing this run. 11". Again tho miser thought hi could not' a night he rover would have: failed to keep never pure it
I solicitude in n crowd. I muse in solemn tittles accurate and complete and 1 political -
vention. save two cents, that was clear but perhapshe his word.. &e. &e. &c. Ever* young man's ..ht81t miscellaneous bblo .
silence 'u.hnprn..nt.tiotl.lenon,1
r opinions nudufigured
AnT Uf. might one, and that would p.1) his toll, mind will suggest the proper t tins: to lie said upon inint'di
On the of the Mioister half dozen of in the pit there From my private box. inective.or narrow pre .
request Plenipotentiary so. said ho "suppose I take a on the occasion; but Lizzy, who could advancement
.t oilier Catholic .Majesty, at Washington I each, will >ou lot mo(have them for 8 cents?" 0I..nla't scarcely) ,be MHiiected bestowing but \ contemplate with mingled pity and wonder judice. It aims constantly at the
any of those underlings. of all that give prosperity to
at the gaputgeurrosity can
- the Government of thM United States: answered the "Tve4 told ;
you man cold 'looks nt such a time took no notice of leant
Kill deliver to him, in six month after the price if you won't pay that, you hint whatever. The PC'nl.lt'tTim' There are my White Chapel supporters.Rosemary progress of(l"jsutiun.'e rejoire to ,
country Lano has emptied herself uf the that the vencrtdda editor has numerous complcte -
exchangn of the ratification .f this Co..en.den. .
i shant have ...nVlailC' ho was thus speaking had atcomp inied him had a supply of cordials .
a unto or lift of the rlaims of American I a dratnan stopped as he passed, to' and ho was loud and earnest in enjoining very flow er of her citizens,tu,grace my sbow. sets, every LtUrv in ihe ruuntr)'., and
citizen cnmt the Government t4puintJ'CCifin and the old Duke's Pahce sits de.ul..te.'hat is {herein every Legislature and county Record Office
h have a dozen oysters, seeing them to give her something warm instantly
t face that should far should them. What a prize will
come so
: their amounts reupcetivel, and my stranger possess
and al1eluetrbo.1 ho looked *
roan hethunStt\ I and of offered
glass spirits ,
..i. : three ; n was from the cut to at itl (litre an these records bu in after times .'far.
years afterwards if Rare egg
possible he had llicSt. Vitus dance and think.
( ) f i ,,.bitJl.he gravely pushed >side. 'Give moa ; ..
< authentic copies of nil the too poor buy oysters glass of water, .ielhe: "iff a could heart Mr. in his .
Eccentric Traveller. Fay
which they may hove born founded. : yell meant but not, to cleanly executed Uy An
bid l
it themangivn
and down
throwing -
1 nut
a fip. that drink tor/
tanna warm a I
I letter the follow ins account uf a
tbo trickling, it should be neither myrrh nor last gives
I AMT V. I him the old fellow a dozen jumped i h i "Her Jo was ardent in his addresses, I I Einli whom ho
This conventiondull tee ratified, and the frankincense, Spare your presents my dialogue with a youug
his and off. The '
w as poormi'er but she him with endless :
dray scorn.
ratifications shall Ire cxcha gnl, in M-drid. band and took repulsed friends; I am no wars mercenary. I desire fell in with, floating about for continent,
reached his uiblint
tr Whether she took husband
ever a or not,
ta six months from this time, if no misuse tokens your approbation.! 1 with no other apparent purpose than simple
or sooner up the money. "Shall I have! the hilf dozen 1 have forgotten, but it is certain she Dover
Bestow those locomotion.
,, ullibl,. fur "No Jew!" ** am past those :valentines.
II of each 8 cents? you married him.
In witDell"bereor.the of chickens months. ,"And bow are pleased with Florence'
1 respective plenipotentiaries cried the other. "TArn rlll."ttp the money" .. '. coffins untimely upon yon
have signed these anieles .. that water for them. Comfort your )dlspouses Mr. R-?" ,
and said-lie into and AMERICAN' COOKKRT.If .
it bis I pocket 1
affixed thereto their seals.Done on dropping his ,n hungered. Ho crossedthe proceeded people in general would pay moro at with tbem at home, and stop ,the. "Oh, well enough; it makes no diflVreneoto
way '*
in Triplicate at Madrid, this seventeenth mouths (brawling brats with such olla pro- me1 where I am.
bridge rejoicing, but so weak was he hOt tentiou to the subject of cookery the true
I day of February otto thousand eight dridas they bare need of them. (A brick ii But Florence offers you very Interesting
fore he reached .horn, that be fainted in the principle of which it, as iu alt|similir cases hero else.
hundred and four.IScal. Disease not I nor oilman- ; things,which you would see no M
let f1 ) pray you
cblnet'r or
thirty the q
mad and was found: there and carried borne to de1'elupo by art, peculiar
.] C. P. VAN N" SS. It y a milkman. each Riyen subject imprinted upon it h1 usturo lie your rent aud ragged tenements to furnish I What are they I" asked ho opening his
[Seal.] JOSE DB IIBREDtA.AnoWnEBjua. W bit tormented with me with architectural decorations, which I eyes.
should 10
this .contemptible I am half inclined we not "
the convention has This fragment might have : "'Vh,. the paintings and statuary.
ii to think senseless dishes, ruin our health can excuse
rather !
out but uituhle, being many told."
been ratified both and the stopped a flaw against snow comes. (A O1! ejaculated he"so am
duly on parts respective but a form ..r iUSloh as Is the ease in Germany with meat boiled .
ratifications uf the tamp were exchanged until no juice is left Iu tbo white string or coal flits..J Cinders are dear, gentlemen.This The gallery for ezampie"t'Wh
at Madrid on the fev'lonth day of 1 U roasted until it looks liko bread found under ant biug might have helped the pot I ,"I never went to the' gallery: tt was

August one tht.uand eight hundred od The abandonment of Algiers) is talked of. the ashes of Pompeii, nor as In tho Unite! boil when your dirty cuttings from the too cold.
t. thirty lour, by Cornelius Van Ness on the TV cause a+.sine l !It its ,great t xtHUtive- States, with dishes swimming In fat; but wo .harnbf "h.lI.tIDd at n cold simmer. Now "And tbl fits? '
part of the tinted State*, and hit Excellency ness to th" French Government, willnul would endeavor to have on our taM a juicy south about, Ketch-I will apostrophize ray I "I was there ten minuter. The paintings

, Don Martinez do la.How, on the part of J! any commensurate national beuefits. ,. dishes, with the flavor and aroma which tabernacle. I I., are

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-4J I t.- acre I.tnnfitn.0: aro told that a gcuHcman ltoc tit collect a Lilt. 4.fid. ,.Tho late dez .iiavo met with )guts f though not to tie With the multitude of CauU ",. '

Ttu: in Portland I is pretty sanguine in the belief : Walter Gibus Esquire; Chtrlestnnru.whoio.osinovrasa I extejit between 2000 and 4000 men, as Conn try aflWJf. and rib unbounded H

FLORIDA. IlEitALI that be has invented a new and expeditious i 'pastport m respectable stated early in tho day) 'In their engagementwith putnragt*..why i Ie it that more tour Jib I
rucLisur.oKVRRY method of transporting the mail, which society, was, before the Revoludonaeollee tbo Carlists, while endeavoring to dislodge not paid to the manufacture oI'llItt., =
is will be likely to superrcdo all other convey torch money. A mer'hrmtbo bad an open them from the passes: Navarre. The It'
.: WEDNESDAY.OrjJffBft ance. It is to be carried under ground. A account against the Honorable M,.Pa-n information has. however, been sufficient to tons that were w* to LLor a little, or dit- W. :

'. nT buxi is lo be sank to or tbrea feet deep, counsellor: to his Majesty, George Third excite considerable alarm amoog the bolder labor a little mere,re Need not be u don I tIId

M. aOV LAT D.f something: like the drain of a cellar, to ci- would pay. nobody their just duo jibe could of Spanish securities and the result bat been a a+.. ... market for. a supply fUiui.... t-t
tend to all parts of the Uoiou. The mails help it. Mr. Gibbs undertook to collect the a depression in their value sable loxnry. May ..*.......0. that mor rtcreSr 1
are to be drawn back and forth in this boi, debt find said that bo could and woulddo Loaoo, May 15.. At a late boor ibis daD will be pall to this .ubj wt. t7

FIVE DOLLARS PKft ANNUM by means of machinery stationed at different it. After billing frequently'.for the money moralJg we received b express the wholeof who by hi. labor contributes the n I tote I

FATABLC HALF TEXULT IX AP\ .a:. places, with such astonishing velocity, that without being able to see the honorable gentleman the Paris papers Wednesday.and those of the importation deny ankle of dam __ I LbOl
J only 90 hour would be required between Gibbs bribed! the'O"lol'"itb.a piece of the Sour of France, of corresponding will....nt fie public thanks. tel j rr
'.. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted nt One Dollar. Portland and Boston! of siIv..r, Mho Informed him that there was dates. I Relieving the following article will be iatu Ailshe'
per square for the !first in ertion stud Fifty i *UE only one hour of tho day during which ho The Vote fur calling out 80,000 conscripts to readers we five it a place. at t t'' J
Cent for each subsequent one. l.on Fires m L nylon. The loss by tire ioUndon could find the counsellor at leisure aDd then belonging to the class of 1834, was passed trig oar

;ger advertisements iu proportion and no with its 1,250,000 inhabitants, ill he generally took a walk through the yard. in the Chamber of Deputies by a majority of Curing Butter." A writer singing.... besd!
one will) be considered less than a square.A n great deal 'lesss per annum than in tho city Accordingly the next morning ,the collector 233 to 12. "Old Datrhese. says butter should >Lef:1lltt: from
discount mado to thoio who advertiseby of New York, with its 250.000. This is entered the yard of the majesty's counsellor. Our Bayoooe letter mentions that accounts without the aid of water. tTbe".,.. i trim
the year.: owing to the different style of building, and 'Who aro you" inquired the lawyer, in a from Paoipefuna to the 4tb inst. state that'I recommend" be says 'from lung 11ft i iolfwhet
the greater facilities in London for obtainingwater. voice of of nonce is follows : When the batter
authority, "dares to enter my promises nothing important a military nature bad roe.
I In 1834 the number of fires in that through my gate without my permission taken place since the affair of Guernica. | from the churn put it in a clean w." the iwa
Why, how did you peud your timo in metropolis was 482; the number buildings ?" You are acquainted with me,"said Gen. lUna was about quitting Pampeluua t{ bowl,and with wooden butter ladle proeM

Florence" e"Why destroyed, 28; badly damaged, 116; slightly Mr.Gibbs, "1 called sir, to tea if your benor fur Montpelier, for the recovery of hit, health.A .j" to work it by breaking down at the & pleaan
smoked" principally-thn ihero.waithe damaged, 338.; Seven persons lost their will P'llbis bill," (presenting it to biu.)- letter from Toulon, dated May 7,publish- I and turning off the whey "beb! is saps,__ i
Cr cint. "No," said the lawyer. "I dent know yonuui by the Courrier Fraocats, states that the in the process, cube saute time strew oa...,., the I
Yoa are nul fnnd0tlravetltiuat'"Oh lives.'o your killf I know no.one who throes Steamer La Chimera arrived that day from salt by decrees so that it become iatitaak-
yesvery but.. I dUliko; exceedingly give the following article; because it through my gates but servant If yon corae Algiers, brought iut.Ilij eneo that ho tilm.. ly incorporated. Continue working it tw badYceivt.
t" RO an-l tee tfiurgs.4 has been often asserted that sugar increases through my door in the style of gentlemanI had recommenced' between the Arabs and until the buttermilk Is apparently mil Nary
"Yon tame down, I suppose by tho way debility, and weakness the organs of diges will bo glad to see you and pay your do the French. Oulidou Rahab.: with whom A'' out. Put It then by iu a cold cellar it3 & has Itows I
"C Paril." tion. maud'* Mr Gibbs thanked'him for bit politeness treaty of peace had been recently made, had next morning, by which time the salt is &
Yes..'* FROPEIITIES OF SUGAR. and ,departed. Next day, be went attacked a largo body cavalry, the French I i solved when the/ladle is to be again app publreoi
How do you like I'Rlid"' DuTaoitK calls sugar the most perfect alimentary on board one of his majesty's vessels that was troops, and was not repulsed until after ho : and continued as 'loug an uny rujtcnnilk cabs
"Jutt at well as Ibo other (ilarrs. I spent substance in nature, and the testimony lying in the harbor and borrowed a full dress had occasioned a considerable loss in killed bo separated. The butter is then fit for It -
.41 fJ"arlerof an hour at. tho l.ouvrr. 1 be- of.many physicians establishes the uniform, with which be cquiqped himself and wounded to the French or laying don n. Fur preserving stonew* the i
Hove tint WAS tettymuch all 1 saw.1 fact. Dr. Brush of Philadelphia says in aud started for Mr. P's residence which was FRANCE. jars are prefrraMe as they impart: no ... tolledf
"OltOlu.e you were at Versailles.** I common pith all who base analyzed, that in Broad street, near St. Michael' Church. Paris advices are to the 13th of May, inclusive. to the' butler and exclude the air. Plei psau
"1 be* jour nardon. it was too far I did sugar affords the greatest quantity of nourishment I At the door be gave such: a tremendous rap The papers are yet almost entirely down the butter without any salt bete... .
I not liko to take the trouble.. in a given quantity or matter of -as to cause the counsellor himself keep at engrossed bj the'.StateTrials, to which an the layers. and cover with two iatbti a ted.
the theatre si" in Used alone it has biro from who additional interest strong"brine previously boiled skimmed
And any subject nature. within, immediately) ordered had been given by a new t*; woo
Why should liko to havo seen Tagliovti fattened horses and cattle in St. Domingo the servant to invite the military gentlemanin persecution of the Press, entered upon by suffered to become cola. If a scum t..., eatiiedi
and unrol did go with that tio,,'." for a period of several months, during the whilst bo quickly ascended to the upper tbo Chamber nf Peers through deceased) afterwards appear on the brine which ,j edt

And how were you plowed with her}" time when the exportation of sugar and the room, and put on a full courtjdress, to meet !, member of it. The Tribune it *ceuis, was sometime happen in damp cellars rtttt le'1t::
1 did not see her. I went away almoitimmediately. importation of grain were suspended from the supposed stranger. Coming down ia seized on Sunday the 9th of May, for the the pir klo. Tbe impurities nbich rise u ,ii
It "-11110 crowded.*' the want of ships. great pomp,be saluted the KiugN Officer and I 112th time for au article against the Grind surface while buiiiag, or are found hull tens
"'Veatlnh meet you nt %'.'nico perhaps. The plentiful use of sugar in diet, is one of inquired if ho bad any commands, from his I Referendary of? the House of Peers,tbo Duko resiuicm at the Lotion, are far greatertany iU who
"Nn.llballllnt go so fur as Venice Eve. the !est preventives ever has been discovered Majesty bo entrusted to him. "No," laU Decaze. It announces that after being visited ono would suppose who is not iu,h. U tot!
ry body goes to 'Venice beside my horses'. of tho diseases which are produced Gibbs, "! call iu the,style you desired me l since January. 1KJ1 with fines to the bit far boiling his briuo for meat butter fe phefon
Theu you go directly on to l. tidon by worms. Nature seems to have Implanted yesterday for the money." "Youshall have amount of JD' .4)3r.! and its Editor with imprisonment 1 I' Butter thus manufactured and cured ti
"1 shall remain sumo time nt Geneva. I a love for this aliment in all children, as if. it sir" said the counsellor, "and I should be forming altogether a period of. keep a twelvemonth or more, perfectly isxtI too'
rant tn purchase a wntch, mid hive left my it were on purpose to defend them from those i very happy to employ yon to collect for mo 41) years, its cautionementhni been seized.i I I and the rich delicacy of flavor imparted: b
which ill detain a dayor "Wo !i that madein 11 y.,rJuDe.by a ynUDC berb
dog I in i'am u me diseases.Sir ifyou aro willing. succumb it say,as the bravo do. with clio
two. John Pringle tells us that the ;plague' our looks fixed upon the enemy. Let not I i,|, will be in a great measure preserved. Jt. the
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its thn intrrprily of. n traveller. ; ., .have ;i"cn i- was never known to visit any country where POBBZQ.,.. -" this government exult too much in mir fall. [ compact without being Iou adhesive cats vii
yon bis- rrpticsScruaum- : mat' DM UPlI a,- sugar composes material part of the food ---.- tn the revolutionary movement by. which it a smooth surface, cud shows neiih rU I jiof veT
'acc fully vouched far Iii, sincerity. That of the iDbathant.Vould it not salutary NEW- YORK-- --,--June 17.-- is, unwittingly carried along, our fell is but salt,buttermilk,nor crumble." A. g.fpihut ti>.n

t 1,.t ttof a very hand+omc face covered by a i iu cholera ? the forerunner of it.own." tisse
LATERNCIVSFitfiM EUROPE.The Xc\y the attention of Me :
pobrie .
blight i cloth tap, was tat'an uncommon fairurn Dr. Rush Dr. Cullen, Dud many other PORTUGAL. conthe
the rest was burnt to copper color! in a physicians are opinion that tho frequency Liverpool packet ship Orpheus, The iatelliftiico from this Kingdom inot becoming alive to the mulberry and silk! c.-
.Ino aern"his check. bones nUll the tip of biOHSP malignautfevers: of all kinds has been lessened Cant. Bursloy arrived yesterday afternoon, important. The principal I"it.r, convention !I every little. fact that my putout miinisat rest to COU!
t'h his odd exposure. I supcctcd by the use of sugar. Dr. Rush observes and has brought us nur files of English pa and speculation i it the marriage of the :! to our f4C.lit.es cannut to but inere.tiog. Fha tow
however, (rum his fi.n"ral intelligence that that in disorders of the breast sugar is the peon from London to the 16ib and Liver Queen for whom various princely personages I| experimeuUthat hate boon ma eccentricities assumed, and he basis of remedies and it is pool to tho 17th of Ma,. The' summary of are \ obmtation
thr.o hers my agreeable useful suggested as a second husband. A we brio long since' been conine,4 tin
betrayed in the tout se uf hi* subsequent enn'rnatiuu.co in weakness, and acid dcfluxions in other extracts w hich we subjoin comprises the sou of the Archduke Charles Austria, nod !I that the ttl-nk 0: common mulberry of onr fMta .- eat

inconsiderable knowledge' : upon parts of the body. intelligence or interest political and com a prince of the Grand-ducal family of Bade!* ,, i i. fan adapted to the tonics r.fiho silknorgr Apr
topics connected nib l,.dia'i and Frcuch The celebrated Trouehin recommended mercial. The cause of the non arrival of are spoken of,but objections aro urged a:nicest lan
but with
.. nflVirs. Tho wish to npps.ir eccentric, how Eau Sucro"for almost every malady. Dr. the frigate Constitution is now explained, both; the determination of Ibo Cortrz nut to aspect to tha quality vl silk prodec terItha*
cvor it itself an eccentricity, and I thought Fothergill was very anxious that the price she having gone to Plymouth for a few days. h have any connexion with the Holy Alliance by lt. nhvii compared w i i.fa tint predated frotiiet *

that travelling, like "nii.err., acquaint n of sugar should bo sumVieutly moderate to She arrived there on thIHih ult. The reported to the former, and his religion (Protestant> ) fond wo profrM In be ao judge.
man with strange leIi! ws.*' render it accessible to the mats of the pCO.pic. victory of th Queen's troops in Spain i io.er to the latter. A 'letter dated Lisbon April If the ,'..',. staled in th, fullo: inf article! lit 'Jce

,., From experiments made by some o* the Carlists is not confirmed. I 29, states that Princo Miximilian (brother. trnplwn I in I'luridTflIUft'( ftirhanabntHliPtiof
dor on and*inagQtficeuro o.ii+p SomcMca of. the splen minent roach surgeons, it appears to be IUII.d LivcarooL. May 10. The late Ambassa I of the deceased)is expected at tDlt caj.itn!, .t tb? nitive nmlbttry: tfin: it \\iil piec.'ude: tU rattccle

min. ercctins in Philadelphia 01!tt..III.mav.u' ho jMiuef formed scorbutic and this Is confirmed by well I dor from the United States to Franco Mr.Livingston i. on the invitation of his sister, the Empress.In I r.cce.-aity bfnending atirwad for the CLinete. tkrrcnb4iid .

from the fact-that the sum of one thou known fuel. with his is sojourning tot n few days tho mean time, does not appear positively nibs ?peci.*. i.f that tree; and *,] IttIN
Plvmouth. His Excellency
_ Although sugar: has for so long a time been family at certain that the Queen ha'l1"1 consented tin?
sand three hundred dollar has been nitteh! bsiicT ilin W'Mc:
to work
: coutrac arrived there ou Wednesday in the Constitution ilajr j::t ttjr t
tucd {iu to another
led to be paid for the medltllic'.I..tor upon alimentary preparations, it icon American Fri ate 460 ........ marriage.. .errn linn and tabi tliiitxrould cos: Io it.L>! Cur.whi
earl(i f ibe to rl '. t iliuiiriy .. i!v.since. it has been. anal. .ll xed... bj Jko"Xcl\Jllih.\ -..::. 'V..\....u.., uuuiai alto li9.CUP'b,nued UUe' May, of"the watt death MIMIUI of Dnn HI LtsnOnnn the 3J of dar' rx.'tire.
loir t.otll ittrioc"lun.nt intrmfcd 10 cd iii itself all alimentary substance. The from Havre. MigurI, hut it was yea:
adorn thv outside of the building.; I Its estimated base of sugartsa glutinous matter, which in Tho frigate fired a royal salute, which was not beli"ved.'or1 few adherents of the Don Tit lJI.rl: .1Iulhui.-h 'las !.tuz lea' -inc6yt
i if
a' ,that to complete each of tin caps will its proper combination, is extremely answered by the Sans Josef ttiardbip, Cal any appear. to remain iu Portugal. ,and tgnvcroneut titter of surprise iu IK, thit more nticotkg nun
require the continued daily labor of two morhnuic and consequently in the most favorable pure cir Falcon C. I). the commander, 'hiving of the Queen may he considered has nut been paid to tits! cultivation of stir
*. for upwards of nne yenr. '.'ho aggregate cumstantauces for easy digestion. It is therefore Bono along side the Constitution.previously A fully. csthblubcd iu tho affcctioi of the people. native ninli: orry cf this country. It crrtaiaty nut ?

cost c.r.he. thirty r..ur columns cmJ'racinj extreutelv. '"bolesome and nutritious. royal) salute was also fired from the batteries is an orunmc'itul tree, and i.i well word,} M
; material, labor offinuhing.aiid cost Of this there abundant 'roof. During the of the citidel. in complement' to the American 1 eultivation. if it were but fur its fruit sL! 'ae.
.erecting, may bo conjectured: when tho crop time in the West Indies( all hand Ambassador. {i It bJars( well, and when fully ripe, there i*
cost of labor upon the cap alone, amounts flourishing; tho cattle which aro appear fed on The ladies of Mr. Livingston family have but few berries that relish butter than go

\o fifty four thousand two hundred dollars. I the eanotope and the scuuimiugs, become suffered much from let: nickne.., anti the. black mulberries. But we apprehend t&
._..I sleek and in better condition, although mar.torked Hon. gentleman himself does not appear .i in theMack. mulberry tree will yet he tonal th
Mia Itulbcr Bread!* A Mr. Charles I \ at that time than at any other. egood health. The wiud continues contra best and! roost profitable kind thitcanbemred -

\\'clb advertises iu the :New York papers, negroes drink freely of the juice,aud the sickly 7. r. in this country for thin production of i2tTho
that ho has: discovered a process for unking among them revive nnd become fat aud Lord Morpeth had been returned by Westriding size ami abundance of iu leaves. aJ
bread front gum caoutchouc. Ho says: Healthy. lu China and iu India the same of Yorkshire, by a majority of upward r the rapidity of iu groutb, give it the adits, bol'T
.'By opposition of certain alkalis (for obvious beneficial elects are recorded. We aro told. of 2000. tape over the white mulberry and fo iu idaptatiou '
reasons I cannot name them) the stringent told by $ir George Stautou, that in the former Lord John Rutsell as intimated 1'0" list to our climate has 'heprrferesn
; qualities of caoutchouc are reduced to country, many of the slaves and idle arrival was a candidate for the' borough of to tho 31 urns 4Muiieauli.crCbiuese3liit&cr! l

a nutritive pabulum which mixed! with a persons aro frequently missing about the P nul e. ry. prijttdice, we know, has been enfertaiued. .
moderate portion of brown sugar and baked' lime that the canes become ripe hiding Lord Dcmaus npoiuttocut as Speaker of that: its leave are uotso good at tbo*
in an oven heated: to the common baking themselves and living entirely in the plan the House fLord.tit said to have given of the White and Chieese varieties for the
stauJard: makes most tttrtlt nt and agreealte tations.A great offence to Lord liroughata.14ir.D'lsracka1tt111a11rico0'Caanellhave. feeding of silk uormn How it obuiart

bread and as far as I ran speak from .personal writer from India observes, "That comfort good currency is more than wa know ta
experience, it i it of tho highest nutritive and health arisiug to a poor family from both been arrested and held tn hail, to prevent ST. e'lllOitjT-BI t t we hive good reason to believe it unfouaM
rbar.rttr."ho nlhali neutralizes tho originalnsirigriicy I a small patch of sugar cane exclusively of n breach of Ibo peace, iu the form or a Wednesday, July 1 1833. We know, fiorp periouul l observation uat
ryi i
of the caoutchouc, and tends fo what the jafgry may sell for, tau only be duel.Lord Y. 1 _.. worms feed as well, and thrive as .eSou
keep the functions of the digestive organs known to such as may havo observed them Stanhope.the patron: Casper Hau- The Intltaas. -We undemnnd a rencontre them as ou the leaves: of the white mtl-. 11 aGa

t in healthful action i i.i addition in which the iu the time of cutting the canes, and noted 1 ser H at Berlin. It is stated that hit lordship took place between a party of Indians of the Mi !, berry and we have been allured by ttoe \'c.:I

actiuu of the liver i i. preserved, and the! tnr Ibo difference iu their looks before the crop has been convinced that Casper was an impostor. oasulcy tribe, and a party of white. in the ncgti.Vorhootl .|, is who bavo tried the experiment that tbs s&
I ,, !equally good; anal that it requires but tar
par prevented. begins, aud a mouth or six weeks after.*' I : ofah., Ingtowo ettlcmctt on the 19th! t
LIVERPOOL: May 15. Emil the week. ( the uumber of cocoons to make tbrstl ill
It has been prored alto,as far as tie know, The Cochiu Chinese consume n great of ult. in which
i cue of thu Inrfhiis wa kil.'edand another oldie same size. If there is
tint! : a nutritious principle may from sawdust au.l sunbeams from cucumbers their rice, which is the ordinary breakfast of last, but it will be seen that nothing particular so severely wwuided that hi* was not expected i: fur the prejudice we have spoken -of it is cf

; and those stud ing economy, wo opiunwill people of n'l t ages and stations. A wholesome has been done New writs were moved M live. Three of the white men were I some consequence that it should be cloud a'way
as soon resort to cucumbers (sunshine aud pleasant food. for different places which had ',eromo vacant badly"onnded.. Th circnmitances so far a. wo |. but if it is the result of actual caper tteis '

as to India Rubber or. sandust for bread. There fs little else to obtained in all the either from.vacation or elevation, and it is have ascertained aro as follpivi: :- : once we should liko to see the ejJ'nf801C IJIU
Macon Tel. inns of the country but rice and sugar; it is i likely that nothing important will 1 be iutro- It appears that a party f.oYtlllr.diln' went j;, in some such authentic shape as shall lean ail
._ _. duced until all the Ministers are in their no doubt about it. Our object in. this art--
-- --- the common nourishment of travellers. The 1 1acs. pla out oftheir hnnnd chnd'-itinely, fur the <; OQ.f
I The citircui of New Orleans have rteseut : Cochin Chinese not in That will he early next week. purpose rIo is tn elicit information, and to invite stcntion r
only of htrn'in .
c.1 Senator: I... 11.$ Mooat with! a Service of all the fruits but even the preserve of sugar their Tho young Queen of Portugal l htcos : Allen short time they separated and I tu such further experiments at .1 tbu'
riatc of II part sented tbefuueral agreed to meet ag,nn at a certain spot. Fire of: he useful and the
eouttting two splendid pitchers, n leguminous vegetables, gourds! cucumbers, to make furnish forth { satisfactory to public. i
rofleo and tea sett ladle, spoons forks, waiter artichokes, the grain of the Lotus, and the the wedding dinner, but we question much them hid assembled when:they were net by the Worcester Spy. HIIeo
and a beautiful goblet. They bear in addition thick fleshy leaves of the aloe. They Ibo policy of such'indecent haste. party of wh'itc; men who dimmed four or them
to his name the follow'ing inscriptions: nothing is so nourishing as sugar This fancy The news Irom Kpain seem to warrant a and flogged them with their cow-whips. They Wo received by tat mail the fins Nambtr d >fiUl:
"Presented by the citizen of New Orleans,April of Its fattening properties has occasioned Opinion hope that tho hostile armies there will in were io the set of whipping the fifth when the the Silk Culm?i.t, puWWied by the Execat't

183.';,ferhis intrepid, persevering and a ithimiscallaw. The body guard of future pavN little more attention to the laws other two Indians made their appearance, who Committee of Ibe New York Silk Sector It oniR

t tutus ul erertionfor the suppression of gambling I the king, selected for the purpose of pomp, civilized warfare if the term he nuts con seeing what was going on,raised the war whoop contains variety information on the Cathay Ikf
S. in the Stale of Lul mta." ":1'0 the are aliened a sum of money with which tradiction. As yet, neither party appears and fired upon the white ''The fire was returned f|! of ilk, and promises IKI a valuable IUllkr 111 r
Senator whose ual hot aimed to drive from have made much but In;;
they must buy sugar canes; and they are progress still which killed ODe and wounded the other to thus, who intend to turn their attention tots*
Louslana, by destroying its legal toleration there is fear entertained of the Carlists fa-1 >rti
compelled to eat certain
there; that desolating vice gambling which This is tu quantity tho daily.- being able to disturo the settled state of tally. On the receipt of the information at the ) article.; It is a quarto of eight pag*.* and!i. pub .I ilid
preserve eobonpoiut the I lithfld weekly bv E. 8r; No. 8. Broad St. i
the drive Agency Ucn.TaoNMO .eta.
corrupt young, maturer to despair, and good looks of those soldiers who things. Aicutimiuediatel/ t
makes more widow*and orphan, Dndiltggarlthan aro honored I by opproabhiog near to the Paris-or rather tho Court of Peers-has summoned a council of all the Chiefs and laid the t. New York at 9X50 per annum. e.IIf

the sword. The citizens tel New Ortean* person of the king; and they certainly do honor beau the scene last week and this, of a very matter before them, and they unanimously disclaimed I Our nul Delrjzate. In as much as there nr.on!
prttenled ,testimony of their gratitude April to their masters by their handsome appearance. serious legal farce. The state prisoners were any knowledge of.the transaction and !'has been considerable site tie
1835. Columbian Ctntinel. There are about five hundred of all arraigned for effect, it fiefs 4 understood agreed to deliver the culprits op to be dealt with !. subject, and ranch anxiety is beginning to" ,U,
them nil equally sleek Iud plump, being actually that acquital was to follow conviction. Tbe according to the laws of be felt in
Alolithment Sanatory Cordon in Sptia. Court this the white roan.We | regard to the uecetjiont. we derv
washy plan, to got credit for
b"ollr. Domestic animals magnauimity have Ibo above particulars from i I it our duty thus early, tn state our 'vie** ila
a gentleman -
A royal order was p"hliched iu the Madrid him, buffaloes, elephants,are all fattened but cs usual with Louis Philippe, :
Gcnette, theStish of.\ ; 163-1 anuoun with sugar cane in Cochin China. the business was bungled. who was present at the council, Iud gravel Gentlemen who are desirous of tho hoeerctrepresenting
ciug the i inefficiency of Sauatory Cordou asa Sugar has been found to be an antidote to At first thero.was a quarrel with the law led through the county at the time. He further ber the peo le of Florida,mav la*** J

measure of ,preservation 'against the Cho. the puison verdigris, if taken speedily and )'en. aud now there is a quarrel with the pri I Ilouers. states that the statements of the loditos and whites reb'ud. with whom they dill bate *
contend Col White will not a c** :
lets and acknowledging that they were established in abundance: and, unlike many other organic With a strange want of order ,they I agree in all respects,except', as to ibe number of rtjuu *
nuance of his public service,thovtd fit pf
outof respect fur pnpularprrjudiee: ; suhttanccs,, its nutritious qualities were arraigned In hundreds, and tho prison- the Indian Tho whiles sav IS or SO. them. bens Set:
Wo gtt
hut the eoBe<|Hencos bad been disastrous, not liable to change from the operations areoh as if by consent, set up such a clamorous Five cube Indiios ate now tocontiuement.Tbirtveii require bo say be not oft
cannot consistently with his former
audahe people exposed 10 a doabtful' re climates or seasous. [Porter on the Sugar, opjMwilion thit they absolutely confounded thisefi'ec
oiS'ty tn all the evils of want and oiiery. Sa Cane.1 their judges, ultimately' they are tub e tried bead of cattle belonging toFaavcis R. larations besides we have bit word I of*
. : Conl'. accordingly I abolished. without bet E fa reply to the reraoo,trances :
natory n are beiot present, some peers pro. SAVCUCZ. Esq. of AUchua. county died last week in
. Thus inp ain, as previously ia Hussia. A rresnondcnt or the N. Y. O.zettoellr rOil against this. aud wo await the re from the isms friends kgainst tbo course. indicated r
,.f Prussia, Auttrh. anti indeed every where (.,... n belief that when the Long Island/ TcriflxfcaWroa, familiarly Cbarl.ltoilletter. Io a word, Mi fa**!? tlo
else;these Sanatory Cordous havol/ccu pro- rail runtf shall have been completed;the time BrAuI.-The advicn from Spain known by the names, foisn duo prison oat fa.Gov. think ho has no right to decline without, *** tla

tltietivo' solely 1 of nilrchicf. M'i. Jyr. Mtd. for travelling from New York to Hoitnn, trill that there appears to bo no doubt but state that EATO and family arrived in'Nashville r on consent 7'Ais and will be has be etmdclttJ yielded. to their opaw. 1.*t,. .' Jw
:;tl.1. "' t-: fmcd nine hours ice 1mct
the OAnstitntlnnnl
forces under
,. General VatIiS on the 26th of May tot Florid "

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The Colnmfew Stfitintl nf I Cheap. IRIIIIJle..le Law I lV'TICS CttblKidfei'WeiM.1.ill. .
I UleksfJurist.. A tL ; .t .ersea f8r 8ale." .
IIJISfoIt 'A mere JMlSterra was "* PERSONShhingd.thsndis in.tthe .'Subscriber) WJbellG from
fi ai narr tduDII.totiip i lit i worn is tmblisaed .t Waging ton city A l gate Andrew J. iVk, dee;1r. t'Ryine.. IWO hundred cords of food sound A GOOD haruM. .Itt dtllle bere ferule.
f ed- tallamiltoo.cvtnwfr, ri**. first ioU I edited by Judge Crsncb. assisted by It. Udtoreii ribamioiJolratteaieJ, -it.f) ." iwo UnilTUOUD- for which he will the /W apply at this offica or at Altn'a stables.Aetiee .
ffe* y. a Monday. who D.wes, r>q in pans of.'..>ti pages each. year from this date i' and show indebted will ea.h. JAS. l1AN pay:UN.t June ,18:4.: 9-Gw. .
b1 gent* .so pass .
; make
arc ial'tm Part I. contains the opinion.&he Supreme please immediate payment t. Augustwe -
we that on ,May 87th. 8X. 8tf.
shortly after, Court U S.iron August tern 179, February O.IItlWARD.Adm'ru -.-- ? 10 &ttnfl a.IaIII ntae

idSSSiito, erop.0fc raaodcottotf2S5 term I7U9. Daly 1,.1834: Jrtl8'dleflirifle Mare ,,111CNDEHtllGNED: t.
expects cora-
II.contains Lord
Part allaao .
8rtly destroyed. Reports. Oppotrte I. J. Kotos mince surveying I" lands .ia wnship
"-" to the Putlll' C'Outaia.2JO pageant cases derided .iY TICC. iohabitants of St Auf oetiae and its .i- 13 A 14 Iii lan|es 9. .t11,SI & 3*. loodi.ed
I.I. ;.liarunal particulars relative m in lim, U ncJi. Cowman Pleas and Chancery A"L persoru harts; ..ad. against the THE are informed that by the lit* arti- east, by ibe 1st oC M.y eoniiinr,aod rrvpoctAiUyreqteaia
Uful earthquake in Chili, are given i 'a' Newyork Journal of Com ercederivar.i.0 ; Part IV contains the opinions of the Supreme.' them properly attested,and sit tsoqs indebted I been received of a choke and with the evidence ofcoofirmsifon and a fOp or
the J8tb Court U S.January net In It3t, rn 3it3 (I' to said ElsatewiJI make I auper..rqualitlthl' .
to the papa.As immediate their
ten to have of
v I'a archf'cu payment been selected with great care respective grants. plate & certificate
tfn rpm rrbote or the Soathern many members ol the Bar have alreadyp 308. I 81UT U, Admr. lad warranted as pure articles. survey-ail U'-dor the baud end seal of the ....p.er .
Almost KCbir. with! a* I;:
tip Btp B0f destruction. EnD at the .1". in tht Juri*.. the publisher proposes to 1 assortment of PERFUMERY 8PICE8 and respective claims lie caJenUtee on retora
than 300 mites! class them in four terms, so that subscribers may .OV ID".1I..ua FANCY ARTICLE3-tbet articlea hue sever isc.to b:, oruiaal di trki -.melimc in the eioeUi

J r fuss Fernandez, l1)are! Vas felt Ub take one or *dl.i .. .lIwu..l.m: brea'XceUed: in this city either in quality. or of An," 'o f mplete ,ow".hir.5 ft;6 in. rahle '
t 11ft rol.t the eartbquake i Thin wri... No 1, will contain. a rei ort oftbe a quantity 2 6, abel t.>wnahip6rangt, > .i7 likcwiae the fractions
.,neednas violeoce.Tlie sea at the anchor-1, iuns of th. Hupreme Cnurwh.eh by an Kt AT '1'. MABT'S, (OA.) I At this store may be dad ROBINflliN'a 8U. io tow nbip.6& B. t.nge311 Heath end

retired to such distance, that of the late Congrnni.are Iterentertobe recorded, Under dulirrct J. tf II,.a4 ROBINSON I PF.RIOR FOOD f..r cnitxatn. I-TALIDS. and East; It h absolutely necessary thai the chim-

pe them bad bern twelve falhnms water,' j tlM' current span on of thin cud subsequent term. AVING bad the trial of several month..the otbera..llch as PATENT OA RLEY.for making antavbouldbetrtesentor I rrprrsented by an

Kf abateyrnand aelaiJ bare: but If tan fret, ibo t will' tie prepared lit ihepnsfiy UichardS.Coire'', CoBductersofihi- Institution, propose to OAattv ATxaio' ten minutes which is strong. agent J on tbe ground wh n their claims are surveyed.
tbi"ro and M with such fury that it rural Jj.rthedlbetonn. and instead*f tMing Jetaiueti six .south.. I mike M permanent establishment, where young ly recommended by the faeul AI a nutrfeious ( Il WASHINGTON. D.p tSar
"'a u rued The governor ill appear tnttnedutelt after the adjournment of; IAditl"l receive e Solid and 1'ctit FJufetion. cooling food for infants ranch approved of for tit Aofosioe.nfltn April. 1fG1.
M P elf b ta .Itt i the| court, land .nl'.ltd of c tiug as bere afore ,>1 T he state or Society at 8t. ita,'. i. big bit fatf f aiakiojt a most delicious custard puddin andexecllenf
I I: $ ri..n .4ved tbemselvei ) "D.nJ from Ore to ten d',iUra per set.-iutt, .when taken curable t the location one of the moat healthy in ,] ; for thickening broths and coups. Great .? ."eH..rk.

tar pet,;I htt' but beyond this the particulars as( parlor the Juris, wi I tint co t more than fr.>ui the United State., while the expense of living i. I Also, Robison'e Patent GROATS for makingsuperior AMERICA
k t br.l'lI received eight) cents bane do:Jar nnd fin cents.) Con comparatitcly cheap. It i i4 belie ted that theseinducetgeta. gruel ia ten minutes at one ball*the ex* JJr'G4ZINE
hoJ.an hlartk .. Every dl1TO r.J .- dented reports ofthn previous terms, and th* re together with the laudable exer- ;' psnae' alibi common or Embdea grotto OF USEFUL AND INTERLSTI.NGKNOWLEDGE.

HJfi'tb a/IIlJ.NI"fJ.details of the sad clamlt1..w b.It b I ports of cnses decided in the Court IIr Kia,', lions tifexperienced Educators, will attract public j I OUT: Either of the above preparations made : .
eeiro sett tad such Common'Tieas, Exchequer Nisi Prius. with mtlk.tiord nourishing and diet.
I the cruet patrotu>;e light i
has ber.tteu. be ,reatrr of the Rr 'u. and Parliamentary- '..,Ii eel by Judge Iaat+chas All the articles above enumerated sold T o SI 1LLOSTSUTSO Bf aPSUSOCSBYTHR [aGaArlaia
onpsrton I'' LIST or n'UI..II.Ite"din .
*. t the outhern falnplete. .1.1p Utcd by Iluius Dawes. Esq. The Term tee on| the most reasonable terms. 4lMf.NOTICE. ; UOSTON BEiriCK l OJlP4t"\'I;
i led n'n; The ruin of Conception p -rts are putlioJ! inpfifodietil form in England ,. Spelling Writing, Utogr+phy, His I ']1 liE .ueer.. which l.as Attended ib* publication
Conception then
. cal'ganhe I ii, .".- At and 'nt to ir. I by an aentin l/tudon; these will tory. English Grammar, Compositiori. Arithmetic of the beat ",aziae. from the En

remains It ulr. cae J heats. 5" the shelter I of I,I altva, )Invii;pre Jencr, but ii intended to give Geometry, Algebra Natural Philosophy THE Subscriberil.furmathe inbsbitsnta of gush Pre.. ban led to preparation for losing a
.habitaal'', or 1'>1lcabusabaarcfrntia"the I thr entire rfjMirK running down to the cai7i"| Chpm str1.Botao), Astronomy, Rhetoric Logic, Augustine sad f.filte country general- periodical more particularly adapted to 'be wants
4 the more recent advices,not a vestige re. j darts The Jurist il Itubl..hlld i. monthly name Criticisms on English! Language Female Biogra r. that having returned t.*isine.s M his old ,sand and taste of the American public-vt hi'* itwiQ

to After the earthquake the left retir-',!j jed here nf Uo hniuUed and fitly" six pngrs. thirte. n r.h1.lot.lleetuJI..od Moral Philosophy. Natural j t (F"'itteblDlo'tIVharr.) he intend to dispose of be the object of the proprietors to mats the work
l Mam* .he coast where the row,, was slnta-',itd I of which are given fur T'n Dollar The Jurist Tbeologt', Drawing, Painting Embroidery BIu hit hrge stock cf grocer irs and dry food ai such strictly what its title indicates it will never tho

from and then rotted in over the his Already received a lulxciiptiou which war sie. French Langnsge. and required .latin j prices. be is sure will glee aiUfaction. and bo 'lest cantata all articles of inteiest to its patrons
ol about a mile, ant itacontiuinnee.Thoieondtmtt Spanish and Italian. i bets his friends and the public to call and judge which appear in Foreign Magazine.
** a'eela' mn.atid 1.) Its reflux swept it almost contain a report nf Chancery A Lady ofemtaeat qualifications baa commenced tbemselvea. i Extensive preparations have been entered i into

iH eetrrs awav. The fragmentstliatrmainle.tiolihed Cnae*. civmf preference the latest and tun teaching Music on vonoas fiuhioiiable tiutrutaentt. In addition to the stock which he brought from both with artists and author, to furnish from
ed tare and buried l h1 two sub nine down t l\i\ "rariie .!.t"'t. And another offint' "","ill,in the art, Now York ia March last and the late stock of II. all pone of the Union Jra wing* and illustrations
.ftal teas nbirhsnccfssivr-ly: overwhelmJ I The iklrj urea will COIU'M tlr a re,ort of the i U ready In eivi leasona in Uravnnj. The In U. Baldwin and Co.be ba. received a supply of of every subj<.ct ofintereat. which the publishers

2 :the .i.bt of the liitvti When flit sew bade TruUniid Crown "D-.. strnctresa in French speaks the lanstiage with : m.a.enable |ood- by the recent arrival of tr o tech confidently believe will enibl them tni"#uea

k al.?its usual feral,,fi*inhabitants: all nf 1 taft fvHftb rent c.*nsi.ta nf th. Lurri cf thr. fluenc and correctness, and ha* had much experience fivsAroo. from New l'otk. all nr.bich he will work honorable to iu title, and acceptable tn the

wgetnab the approach c,f inundation ftr-c, United "Mate; Edited by AarnnO. Dayton t.q In every department the endeavour swill for cash or approved credit. American ..
tut >a at brtiits! _,.*.......! ju Ibo| IArh ,gaits \till! consist i-f thirteen nuiub radf j ..1p.r he to render Fd+,c-tiunpradical, a< not only TI1EO. FLOTARD. j Tbe first number of the American Magaxin
> to alt ntilahrtnn I 2Ji user'i q'aPlIlII. at the rate of Tea Dollars.Stite minds, but the manten nnd morels of the 'I MaylOth.! + 3.j. itlnstrated with brut twentv splendid! engravings
been situate) end I
C. pleeeGl shays the tutor bid :sub.criM r' miy tike all or ilher of them. young Lulics will te regarded witb 051. will appear on or b"fr re the first offer Umber,
. fer Ifftral da.t many .f tftem had hern enid It will ilui be free that this work will give Inib tellto'). "dUutl'lt'l GENERAL. ORDER. aiid be continued monthly containing between

!'el ptM ditintrrrittg sums rcrauinis of their fir. : t* Tbe sea rust 31!feet nln.ve it"ore such w..rkhne hero herrtifiriinj| I rw llonkaindi ntv.lI. PnsTT. .< I TALLAHASSEE. \ tribe low retire of two dollars{ per annum. It

tlieiry (ie\tl. ami drove imo the town squire i .i
Hii I the oationnl bark Mapocbc, and placed! olhi-r'I (LerA of the bar nhn r.*.i iale' in the interior, will Messrs $AULEH & NicimsoAte. JOHN II.1A'l'eNiaernnrandCowman Portraits and Binjrrapliicsl Sketches of ri! -tin
harp' the .f .CIIei: oftrramilitit of the Territory Knish.d A me r tc ns. View of PuMie
imtniu'nt danger. !iI "rlta rfr '5 ivit'g them by n..ail..o Bnildinx.
I in St. :
Mary's, Mar211,18:15.Estate
Florida has
constituted and
a* to th-tnui appointed ] Mniiimtent* and improvements.
rttw.I Tbernadtrom! Tulcah'ianba to ConrcpMI put piH csinn ufthelatrst d'cii ious -- .- Landscape
intbi.rou-irv( <*n.1. in 'rifliiid iniuiedutfly after following Exerittixn StnflT Frcn+ryibc boundless variety and beauty
M a!U\fl..t ontircU dcstrot'e I by t':o deep .they, are .'Mivrr-il Tb pnMish-r uives an na of Lieu'. Stephen TBOS. ilaowx.to he Adjutant General; which, in this country, will form an unceasing

Vre* nu'I "l',";"" "hit.h hate btren crctttd tea +Iraure tint the work "i1!| 'Citraf' b. regularly Tunic, "ee. Haxav Waiii''' .(&o.ner Maser Gent source instruction and (ratification.engravings

11rt, +qu-ntjr! the destrnftiou \Jfl'r'V ru and ,, tIttuwl and takes tine lit+f rly In refer there whit SIX Weeka aft.r date I will apply to tho I Ion. HECTOR. Baincv. of Leon, and the descriptions of the character babitf. 4\e.
,. the iatemif'tion the channels ..f intrr-i j"reearte .jiie! in the large citi. to his r,e..t. throned Judge of the County Court of Si Johns I P&I'RV.. OAI7II&., jr ofJscksou, 1 i Aide-de* of Ue+tu. Bird. Fishes snd tn.I'fI_. t-eether

. .t nbich fsrilitatc the .uh"! i+rnrn of n ; .tshsnt the m''lhert can bf receired free of po t.ar County for letters of Administration; on the estate GKO. Hawaias. Franklin$ Camp.Gcu. with story snbiect connected with tbe Genera*

UB) lotto must !tly. Ilistniy. Nittnrsl and Artificial resources of
have nthcr bfl City 1335.M May 13. JOHN 31. FONTANK. I: And it H iiereby required and ordered that the country illn-tritrd in a familiar and proper
the no *
waI'UI sttecethat J I: all militia officers of the Territory. ,respect and o* manner fREEMAN' IIU T.I .
r c3 t.r titan lire grave, cud the approaching cold! To tkf .Elector of the County of St Johns: bey theta as .uth. .1 i iDy I Agent fifth* Biwton Bs tivtek ho '
nhirli at Conception coiumcurcs in .,'QT1t1. order of the Governor and Commander in mp'nr,17
rrateo. ,
;ur ; Circumstance* have of late tended to pro.. Caurlotttet. Bn.ton July 19. 1624.
tft'l l .'I.r.t. It) bear) talus, nill n-rjvite th' caanitr i R rillL'.IPS having en:tgedan aMtitnnt dune ia me a desire, to represent the people Chief .. 'i J JTHUS. I -- -
: tmlcs< it should canto an almost utii- will l eeive lIis tn./re pupil nndet his tiii of the County in the Coun BROWN 'I j .Marshal's fcale.
next Legislative
C 541a "'.r.ai rtniiratiwu la tbe ttotrallfo'jneo. of tiun lie hinders llirrrat.fit. acknowb>demenlai Adjutant Gen.of the Militia of Florida. :
th a1.11C I Cot the patron:;" bj hoe| rece iteddiiriiie rimrc i. oil and as party dittiurtinns and can.i B> ''I VIRTIT two writs ->f Mimes fieri fie

iri ..._ __ i i'Itf I tl.nra nf three >e its in that city resf ertfiilly i>oli> 1 j lions appear to have subsided. I feel that I ADjuTmTGr.siruL's.rricK. I .i;I.1 I By is'suin* out nf the Superior Court fnr I
rite a C'uitiunancf of it l\ can now offer to you my best services without 'latlaiiasaee M rebl4ib 1835. f '11:. the District of Fa.i Florida,and to vita directed
Itses cemlt..1 letter from Vienna unnoun i'I The following! branrhe" are taught in h1..cI.nnl.! j! incurring any prrsonal oppnshiuti nr life I ITisthedntvolthf Adjutant General to re*
yes tint? Mr.{ L'uru", Director uf the obcrt > ,Ortln rapbv.. Kngliaii: (ir..n.; .. Wriliiiff! Aril h- ( will. Independent nf the gratification that I "pattm,nt, the iiiimber of' city oft An afllnt oi'th 8,tiudiy of June next

ti* in that ritt", bat receivotl from tho intic and ll rrlc:.ratrd Ct ;ibh nitrouuinr. llcriclivl! Jb J ( .toiic. Natural l'iul" >.";>b>. Rljtbo'lnpy; Trigi ltb your confidence have other motives J Jiii "end that the quota of Arms authorised to sail i t0* foren on and Iwo '%k ia the afteinoonctfihit

tows, ,.tH' r M-'IW i at the Capo of Good( Hope ',nun..'ty, G,'unlastry. Itru+uratian,. Navisatiun j view. Territory, may be be 'furnished, which cannot day, all tbe interest of Jebn B Strong,
nn.l .Siirre t inrt-aba French i rid the Grit RuJiin I be dune until) the effective strength of the militia i in the following detnibed tr: eta of land en tl-u
art the r"iij ukt.hllIIit"ur.., dUll llnlley's 1 tit. of Litin. 1; I.desire to see this county advanced in 1 ji made known. It i ordered and directed therefore 'east side of StJ.bna River between the .I! re ;
UoKH.- c..tt't. f\\l Melt MI inuch has IHM-U said, unititliiciiisKi ( Vnimij Ladies are introcted in an apartmentptppwjirhted i 1 her internal rendition lad her resources hn.prn"r" j that tbe taibtia officers throughout Ter I Intonr known as Dunn Lake andtbit krowr .Horse

| .hitely ripvctrcl; in .\I'?u%t thi to thtr fI .1P! n.e. ,; I ITf I desire to see St. Ausuntiue bei i as early as practicable, make out and for I..r.d"' .includiultb" place ealted Bnfftlo Bluff*

TC.T. niUtM'llie: \l'il.le.IJc! :min- it li'is" !lougrf :m* which v. m hrntf, nay be known on mine tho rand concentrating point of com wsrd a rostrum Brigadier General Call of T.1 1e ALSO one thnnsand and fifty aerre of Lan.l on

'!''a rlMti;rU the direction of itt e-CfUfll"Jud n(1lie.'illll; at 'iii rlc +'1t.:'". : rnunicatinn from the Atlantic to the Mexican, ('lahssoee, to be condensed and submitted to tb 'the St Johns river: brio the same Land formerly .

hoir n"n."rs in a diflerent rliit. A report; I Ma). aJ. 1SJ.'i, Gulf: and I hope vet to see the many e.'cya-! Adjutant General that this necessary information i iI I granted to one Aaron Triers. A> sit fair

tie fct the (:,'(fllan Astronomer* ntl this import- j I.pI ted positions on the St Jnbns r.verllttUllictl 1 I j important to tae Territory of Florida, alai be ...e.ora..n" nn tJM.ort Johns River at nU"n4Va'I

.t.1I1 l jii Hr.tjitcted ver and win 1 and settled anal into of seat to th. war department called Lime Orat.ge".ore. ALSO' un-
r. rtly ; I N:9'j'Jtt : K.I brought a state .
I By order of the Govrrnnt and Commander i in divided one btlfef a tenet of 4';ffl nrr a on \\'ilii,
a:r k;+ublivittyl.' i I; rillir.SUaM'<: iUi..R willft.ve; liI.eralw.eea 'productive cultivation. i iAs Chief. THOMAS BROWN. creek and B iry Branch near the head of aid

Be. .. ;1 ; It, i.i or':; t nr i M l. budit I luii4s, in work on one of the menus of accomplishingthese Adjutant Gen Florida Militia. 'branch Ai.solwnthnisaiidand twenty srtee

I ro r' 9" the I.nJoii Tiers/.Ip'il .". I il.u lllit.uy ru.aJ l b,-'srren PiM.lsti and New. ;; ends, it is necessary that tho waters orl j -- I on the river St Johns on both sides of Spring

-oil Th- CtnHitutioml say s tlmt the !Minuter I i,I pru.vill.tr. rori.tncncfon tI.e Jth! iiut I'rrfe* 'the harbor should he connected uith j juf Rook nlfalng. Garden Creek .-1.10 three hundred acres of -

.t tn'joulr", (ffaiftuof tbercpiiibtlity! Ib.tJfo | rnco w ill!be ttrento woos; p'-rums.if a snfiicient 8ix (Mile Creek l hv a cnnal or that a late i fBlHE ht rllalue of G1t11l0\S' ROME u Land o>i St Johns River being I n nndivid*>dp'rt
:be Hiijh tlwrn i e.incur, hAt resolved hut iiuinlier can be oiianrd! ; l'rrona ui hinficm* ral Rail Way should lie laid from this city so JL uiis.ir>g from the Library of the Subset!. '' of H 75 acre kaown bv tho name of Jack WnrhtAtso.Mjriarresof ,

tae pluymcnt! will npply imn, .lia'ey' i. rise .nbacri i we to form a junction with the one proposed ber I I ( Lend in DialAUtne > van>t ortginally .
tw Got
iu iti taluif of the American ,
Ac. pad 'rut I.iufijre; III r.'t I.'rnci.liat rack or at Wuftli.I.'trft from the Siuvannce to the St. Johus. EU The person wbo !has it in p>>+ e,.iou is reed ''Ies!. granted to Raphael Frmtane. ALM a
wipMiiity tJtitiS! the Chatui.er of Deputiesihtl II' Judgll It:il's in :It. Augustin. Thow then of these work uouIJ be sufficient to return It. I tract Lind on the Strata Fe River,of IfXXl a-
ed I to
hove itrtlarcit stiHicieut tlie.aii"raciiun li mr in the ton+*try can apply to J l/lViJbam*, CHARGES DOWNING. I ere !ing part of an nndividtd tract of-SHO screerrtjini'ly
intec 'b.tmav be offered According to the G'u ., I'>' .t If toxvn f UH)aid on lIlH :0\1. John* counteract thoso influences which have been May 2tb, I 1835. 8UR'TtiOP''UY ', granted Joseph 9. 8ai cbec ard tone

z- stilt fr I'fjcf |>reparntiiii are nnkuift n t itnroppoiii+' iki....hti. i'. L (U li\CY.1 put in operation tn criple /rostrayrho fu* !I! ve'ved by him and Antonio Alvarez' to Samuel

\mniean Lejntit.ii fur the drpaituro u if I( L lat.t A: .t. "*'1 dr. Master.' J lure prO'lttrlllfS, Augustine. Fairb nka..and hy Famtrl 1 Fairbanks to said J"hn
ere IjrinjMuii, nln. the same Journal( adds, .j i Si, Augn ti+lr. July: Irt,1'w. I' These aud ether oijects of corresponding OR DISTORTION OF THE ."IF."r.I I' B. Strong. Auo a tract of HSOO acres on the
_. importance I desire fBltllS imtiortan hr.lacbutsl,rg<' ,.tbe objectM. Sooth aide cf th manta river 11
t*,ftiil 1 by belonging tltlt Euibujisy" ; !, -- -- to see accomplished( > ; to Fe riliu (ranted
erne 'uU k {persons which I would willingly devote a I portion ofrny ofwhtcuUto renipdy all deformities of to Francis R Sanchez aud conveyed by laid
(Court East I'lorida
ujmntlif ameuilinrnt ngrcctl to by&c Superior the feet
attention ,btvugUtter&ly: become the subject of Sanchez and wife to said Strons_Takenaalho
; believing that the interests of
Cli"iiilu r nf Deputies us a virtual nuUU! j jef -in Chancery i : pitticu'.ar! tttcniion in France, and its treatment property ..fth" estate of the sad John B. Strung+ .
rsw+a the Treaty.TL. r ti-r Mitciiel every man are inseparably connected with attended with decided succcSij;\liO subscriber waa dec.to satisfy Jodges in favor ..f smith Gorh Q

urt t .. vs.Nvl.ouii.ih : the public welfare_ E. U* GOULD t I i induced during his residence in ParU in l&ll to and Julia GorbJar. SAMUEL: BLUR.

saVt; fJni-h, J',srcr 'Va rd. Willimi J devout much of bis time to a thorough imeiligit a i* i j I M.nhsl.Of .
tKins nf the defeat of the Peel Minis ;
1',.",,, Noathuuc:1V.U.., -'iisha Hnntingtun, I..J lot Electort del ConJatlo Jt Sun Juan. ti t \ticn of us theory and practice; And outer tit e I ; -- -
'I' is .1! iu the luutre ,1 ViudienturI !I
eWel I annutttic ; IChabud Prall. Isaac MarquanJ Jeiomn John .i llabiendo ya condo sierras iliricncionesyroniideraciones j. instruction of lbe>moat emiuettt prictiiiouor there; i I j jI 'N

aa editorial Visnette. rpre.entiuj; tbreB lUll, bl.sael.rvr, Jimea Riz. Mlllaa alutpby. ]: { do artidoe. y Italian dome I j be flatters himself that Le baa acquired sue h the F> &""" sad HIGH roasttay uerocsI'ccl, Aberdeen" and r.dMrtrd: .ll. fcintacion de knowledge of ibe art u enables him with eunfi- .
Ilruiuit1'bniuasVe1 ,and John cn ofreccr n.is servirios en I la | 8MfU.
MOft \\c.lin'.r.u., H Lewi i.. : deuce .<' ofler his services the Public. All d
... I rnpacidad ciA vnestro rrpreie ntante.en cl I recta cif tle feet wa' .e diY"l"oJ into two cla et.o .rr J.J. teiLI4BA: mo.t.rellptetfuJI
WO w. l MbHr za Arrrdutlalo..rur. j I ; ; y 'ate rostra the Congenital or suca as occur before binb;and +w- citizens Augu tine. the
*! :t'iQr l-ol'i. dec'd, M uric UanucU Terc : circnm'tpncias ban inducido cl d .de ou arC.IIII' +*f the of bit
Court-i :aNl Ida .., tlurutr4. Doujm }i me se. artideiital. or those which tike place at diHlrent > multiplicity eu42-
ft* -Bn C'hnaiccry. Fernandti de h Mazi_a and Roa, children of said 1[: boost dicbo cargo. Adeanas del honor quo periods after iiand they are produced by a variety raenta. in the rbtive nirntuneJ Lan-img*s. that
r i ; Francisco L<- he is compelled lo relinquish: tin* te icliiit .f tw!
se me baria Ii ilejtara of causes aflff cling the otmous. lunseolar or lig t* < ;
B"'lIcrUI[ : and in ,pursuance of a certain Rage, hatband of ih- Aid U.,uiiiixa, and Ruperts : a prrstar SCIIIP YUulra t j tn lish. and will now deviate lain :
h of the said court uiade.ind S4avedra. huaband nf lha aid Durotea Antunio confianza, teugootros miras a la vista I j' menti.)sietu All these cjses II.., bit c in* = entirely to
thet languages He take this method i-f ii.f,
ii r" platly and perminantly cured. Tbe time r.- rming >
m the ctse of Zepb. Kmgsky> u: \Va i. jnitierres. f uardim ofeaid Ko..i mi iulant t and Mi deseoes. en primer IUJRr.qllo nuestro : tho* parents wb W .h m have their child
!sl! ||Hfitmthet. ill. and it i pursuance of au aHii' Charlea et++htou, hxecutor .>f the lat will and 'cnudado cambie an actual ctmdicion me* 'atredtoaccomplish a cure oust Itec.il, ;,
1 | y depend the nature and dercbof the d.f,r* ren taught on an improved 'l9faaIPfd.h.lot '' upon
t Cuurtofthe l& .. I3J3 it ielimeutrf ins said Fernando de !la Sl
ti ,jorar su recurtos. Deseo igualmente la few ladie b
can received, either at his
H*Jtjpo quo mitts and the sac and state of health of the pa* )uiing
to sale dundo.
t pul.J.c iu front of the Court (I
''I. fi'. in for : cuidad do San Agustiu sea a el punts priuci ; ticn't.A I"rtncb class-t Dr.PeckXfrninlnlf put 8 to 10
M '"01'hiS Criy of Angus tine on the 3d Mon draw(f'ciiliit Fwrnando And FieJerico.tnfintchil l. i; pal do concentration desde el Atlantico has I congenital and very aca\litedclae of ten ''A M.' Ctr .t 0,. Porcber's from half pato ti P.
rK& nazi between tha hours of II o'clock| nf If nacin Arredondo. dce'd, and Jose Gua- !> SI.
>UVi ftirmeon aud 3 o'cb:k in ho .rll'fIIltOU of darami tiardian of said infants.: |ii t I.a el golfo de Mejico; y espero ana yet tnucbos years standing having been completely rectified.persons 1.
utdiy, thefolewin! d bed '.' de los pimtus principalcs sobre el Ihode I desirous nf ocular proof may satisfy HUchstofynunaGcntbaien' enlY af
"'! properly,to if it i: r. and Lnuiva Fatio. infant ehildrm of {
frDiu'Jlol P SI.
ternoon. notice will
. Hut .naln lot, piece or parcel and with Maria le la Ltz Faliu. d.c d. Maria lAbel an j San Juan veiitejosameute pol.lados y cut i themselves by application t.IV,1. lb. given when bn Grew-q Claw, at Judge
'" range grove thereon situate and b Manuel Arredondo ,. tivadae.-,1 i MICHEL. D. .1.1II iNit. ; -
tying e infant children nf Peter AtI cuyn logro estiecesarioquelas a* Sn.i'h's will <
0t -? '.:1., the city of St. Angustine. Honpital wars I, ifdando. deceased Dud Jlanucla La aga, rdmin n.; Ktiasde rsta labia tubif sen conneceion conj II 23ft( Kin: St Charleston, 8. Ca. J!i Private Tuition coqirucnce.early in tl. monks* aod lite
.'"' ihg nn the r.s.t front tiy Bulge Creek C' iiiratru I las de Six Milt Creek media dean P R. Persitns abroad wishing information k the afteriooiJune3d.l8r .
.nth and Weal b\ 1andiof C.: U. Gould and mirthbya i'raxedta .nt'lfJrO widow and adminiitratrix par ca- I will pte".tdrtl. their It'I 'rs (Post l'ai,I.) 1a
c ;nal, d catnioo de firrro : .
un 0
: .. que 10 con'truyit I
IIII Lit formerly' nf Jn Charleston. Jane left i. I
belonging to James epb ln. decide Peter. Fernando.' .
desde los .t
Ifff 4 k.r. ciutaioittg about two acre..-ALSO, a .\nfCllli.a. Maruoa, Jo r r. Teodero, Duluresandi '' limitesde cuidad a unir e rim .t J II I---
11 pt or parcel of l.anelsita.t. I lyinx_an IIIM, children fiT.aid Joseph M Arredondo the '! el ya Pm I nests desde dichn rio de Hun Juan Negroes: 11'eated.. !I NOTICE. .
ftfeV r tfl; .". the .' +tft Aun.tinaCa.Ue ward, aS| list named infitita. & Suw.nnee.-Una fiotra obra seriu sufi I IT I will jI give t liberal price fur the hire nf six able ''' WEF.KS: from tlusd-tel am apply to .

*' M iriuf:h nl foultAtian lines and gate bnuu. Fernandu I..ail. Fr+ntlACO. Carina Maria I j J, ctente destruir los influjos quo ba habido y JL bodied men to work at the Saw Mill at t E- 'ISIX I >a Jod e af the Caualr Court of St.Jobn'e
lUt Per
r i on the b v the public road leading from Manufllj.: Aula+la. Jose. Catalina and Luis Are I! hat para irnpeclir los futuros ventajosos pros ,. lice,'. Creek. Cash will be paid monthly c- :..Couniy for l it.f ,1 dcurniStAacn.irtern Jacksonvillv m th rt'dw+dnrhiiJrra of Fernanda de la Iliac Arre i pectosdo nan Aquatint I: q wired, and I wish to contract by the thousandor ate of Manuel Romero dee'd. -

le.by.,t'1;. St St aasti.u'.ltiver l on altO Month? b y d'Uido 1 jlln. et'd. the trveu last named infants Este objeto, y afros rambles deimportan* I: by the cord for any quantity of Cypress log', 1 1I t ,SfARIA. RODRIGUEZ.St. .
f L0 Iletn
1 |>ez* nd"z aad ett+er. laftllaJ 1 n seal Joe Klias Kutralgn. guardian of said infants t I ria gesso Uegneu a dovfdo efccto & in I to be delivered at said MaIL the timber to be cut Augustine Sib. April I83G.I .
r nit on the tad about fire care .
Ml I hundred and *ixty and all utter persons inttreted in the preuuaea. on or out of the MihV tract. -- -- ---
1'ite It.'f'f. and r.ulltaUUtl'S/ lento dirigiregnstosamentetoda roiatencion, 1
n acres THEO. FLOTARD.fit. .
hAtao, all that certain tract more or O. S ntion of that roniplaina, ,'*snlicit r. aod par quit C'reo flue el interea individual deve
pic r tiarcej Anjut' May Jr'1h,1833. Serf :
W I la"d raW"Hanclitz Pine Barren to ih it hub ig i.een made to appear by affidavit, star unido el bien general, I I '"ff GUa weeks after dale, 1 win apply to the

, I Irtl, r tee old !Military P ff. "I" fmtn St. Augustine, containing a Vucstro Coneiudadano Attf
N"cres.andsntveyedby BLoH. Melltrdy J Ixiuua F..ti.), infintii. Slater E. Leon Ed- < Donald IJ'Jalosb.late of said Coontr.. rfae.i .
in the various branches
of bis
oa ELIAS II. GOULD. profes
ISrhKc n. uan Murphy, aDd J.amH _
atx .'.181A. SAMUEL .
M.-' Jane Sadi. 1836. M.r.het. Riz. reside nut of ibis District and pin of the al sion.His office lain the bouse I I St. Aognttine, May 527th. 1835. .4-. ..
United 1'Itat,.. ad the rid of them in Ute The friends of 61.11111. Dr. Simons in Cbarbit'e recently occupied. by .. ,
IIbto..,i Indite ; |- j i. ordered that the said bent LEVY. I'M| aiir.ounce- him aa a eaadidsta to represent Stteetmill. .
, NOTICE. td..dlt -rl..n and answer the eaid e o i- 8t. Johns County in the next Legislative{ .
al U Wi Junf to ascertain for purpose soh'rhl53VVr'rv.r"!> COnPUltll in wbefore the alt h Council for this Territory. .' Subscriber l inform* the public that he SIX weeks .'er date I will apply to the Ron.

1 tr esidersd ta be oftfa.first isBp.irianc-..wrealaaaantufiojq hat be lakpo")Wrllelt< atuetMl.e laid W"Wilt Augustine MI,19. 1835. THE furnish Lumber cut to order at iii Judge oldie County Court for the reaaIC .
of.&Johns, far letter of mieistraUoa. the
ifelif | **Illina' them AJt.07'lfJ' fallow btf prices; ty on
y produced by + And it !. fii.ii..r ordered that this order bi ril for selected '[,ten.or 0Aeuo 0.1'.T oMU PALASX.. sod
weather i rstratH stoff Cur
ifUd severs of last winter. I would psa.nitt. -
publaw.1 '
.. n alifal| to the owner of Oran,*tirs in the r U..e.mber nneo. week until the said 20th day BfIt HEREBY GIVEN to the ctedimrs, la: doorssaaluts. Ac.r Gxoaoa CtAar.lat or icl tGu.lt.c..L r
u'I' the
tfl.i'tb*' *ifl' be. ol4igtng as to furnish me r $t, thlt I" 811t Floridalleta/d Dat.d Ifl gates and all persons entitled to distribution I $15 pet M Weather boarding. scantling .CHARLES W CLARKE.
agtatiu St. 97th.
< der Augnstioe. May 18 t3.6Yt.
a the 1 baojber of 'Which they hive bad dati ROUCR1' or Junta.1835. in theesuteof Ambrose Hull deed. that all joist aod framing.
,d. jj ther with their agee -ml tl. annual 1 UAYAI.OND RtaU claims against said estate will bee barred unless 9(0 pet M. for marchantable. -

73 t 'J". aa 11.lr. cm be aseertninef1.' \ Copy attest. Judge da1' Cow.DUt. Co F. the lime he prellated vrithin two 11'1. $8 peril, lets taken at tbo Mill. 01 U BOBO hvinslocAed in tie City of.Bt .

s' 39. Jm. E. l3.iJUU! !+//1. \ K. D. GIUDS B. A PDTNAJI, Admr THEO.FtOTARD.June t, Augustine, will thiakflUly naive sod
rfetk .
r. 10 I Mnyota '! 9d, 1835. 'JndQ\lIrlttelllf all (refeuieBaieaJ (

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-' JrE8.11J.jAB 'PACE"e 1r.p'''LE' ':2'1k 9j 1 l1r.o'QJIB ViATHRR, ., 1 44 T art N"'E" Fair'

.p.Br..I.. ..e.i .. 'lit. dt"" tUIc IZU'hMr in tint Pert..&>, at 16: City For(be. Mouths nf November nd'Decre.-1! 45 :1.1 .

..- l'., .'.,_.. ._-....-..._ .. ....or" I-- --' @d4tt11''. REMAINING ,.Iace the firs >f January ber, 1831. anjl January, 5b39 F w

Mrs. Hetnans.as a poetesa of a peculiar claws i- TilE KaluPacket Rcbr. to the thirty first of March which if not taken M rcb. 1835. 4 56 :19 "
Her are cal- out in three mouths will be untie tho General IIOY&lnlCLI. Cloudy 8a4M
without living rqtul productions LtiunSorjtanicK
Post office aa Dead tetter RliD Ub +
ee'1 tied elevate the taste purify the heart; and Matter will eOD&lDue 72 00 8V Cloud,. (41l7: 'f

chasten the imaf ination and hence are in an es tnnnlnf bemeenlhe aboveports A, Lymfto. J.bn- 2 7Q..5/3 Fair. 40 {t udf .
Alien\V II, ,L tin,, Renben 9 365 fO N \Y 66 50
: S"M
peetal manner entitled warm approval We yew. handsomely Andrews, W-U w Lane.Joehusir.Andrea. .
tier Cabin is commodious ted 4, 65 498E SO HE
annex one or two specimens from"j&engifer: Sum .. Frauds Long.Jane ftli a
furnished,and fatted expressly l fur the accommodation I 5'70! W t 1(6342 E
Lines .
Andrew H Fait
Cllr JI6 TY" \ of passenf era. The table will be supplied' Andrew George Thomas Anffustine 6. 73 61 S I\V Claud,. IlM4UNE
LF VEMENOTVET! with the best the Markets afford. Cani.. 8. takes D. \'. 7:72: 568E' Fair. 1 GO 46

Leave me not yet-through rosy skies from fir this opportunity favors and to to return solicit: his a co&Uautnce grateful thanks of the for i Brush.Jerre A 2 Marines*. Jamea\ B. a'' 73 46 8V: Cloudy; J 71 50 f'1V'
11- Rut now the song l iids tothrir nests return; past orbit friend- and the public. I Birch, Gso. R. Me Lane. D. U. 0' 56 44 N Fair. "' 146 t3 '501 8 E

The quivering image of the first pale star, patronage til. Augustae July 3d..lB.". i Bryan. GUY McIntosh H 10.. 58 48 N' E Rata.U 15 77 50 .
Boroughs Dr. Ming. Frederick L.Oru.b I
On the dim like scarce yet begins to burn: Charles Dr. Manna Pedro ; 50 t 82 GIJ

.. Leave me not yet! Estate P Donate WZHtosb,, Braisden. Sarah A Manual JuanaMcCulIoofh 121, 33 35 N \V Fair 75 6U Va'ble e halt

fill HE aUBSCRIUER obtained Let Bacon. Henry Dr. Charles 1363' 41V 1E84 61 8V ahott

I Notre* !*-*!) bark! low tones from hidden JSL ten of Administration on the above Estate Baden N Major N. 14' 65 39 J 78 M

streams, (torn> the lion the counts tours of fit Johns conn.ty C. Newton Serene. 15. 00 00 '' 68 52 NE
claims desired to present Clarke lames P. 16 65 :398E
,all persona having 21 75 6-1 E
\ Piercing the shivery leaves e'en now arise ; the same within the time prescribed by law, and Carroll,Gideon Pitkin Rfivd.J. B.Prall. 17G3 45 2! 81 41

? 'Their voices mingle" not with daylight dreams, all persons indebted are reaoiredto make io niedisto Covert, Henry Horatio Gates 18\\ 61 44 2: M \V Cloudy w;
They are vesper's hymns and harmonies payment. ANDREW ANDERSON. Chaplin,Cbicester Potter John II, 19 60s50 N E Cloudf.I N \V F..ir
24 58 4U N E
Carter.iC B.Curosk i'almerJohoL.
:l9Ib pril.1833.Estate
Leave me net yet 20 57 48 '
A. Philip Robert &a 53 asrio
of Andrew WUS.H. D. Ptckard Joshua 21 76 56 SW Fair. 2(7353 E
like those dear '
gentle grounds,
Ny thoughts are
is hereby siren, That,sit months Day Dr Wo. W. Porter.J. e), 22 00 5.1) N E Cloud,ifS9 -- 72 53 N.: rNaN

lore NOTICE date hereof the subscriber admin Davis, N. B. Potkmhorn,Charles 54N '\V 28 77 52 :CV
By day shot up in their own still recess istratorofthe Estate: of Andrew Wdsonlate of E. Peckbam \\ ra. 24 72 58 8 'iy Fair. 64 4-1 N \V air

They wait for dews on earth. for stars above 8t Johns County,deceased,will present the account Eaton, John H. Park,John G. 23 75 63 60 47 E I''
of his administration to the Honorable the F. Floss,John 26 70 40 N 'W
Then breathe their soulottenderoess
to oot 31 6J
of S E
'' County Court of said County for adjustment and To the assignees the a 27 M 44 .

a: Leave me not yet that he will thereafter pray. leave to be discharged original ansignment of Rozev, Gasper 28W 45V. aZC''lucruTaoN. 5e
Dirk FleUchmsn to John Robinson
from IUI Admialltrat Average
t 011 SKY-LARKFOR THY WI1 G. EDWIN T. JENCKES. Messrs Furman & Randolph. Grvmca Dr. 296038 maximum G&8 Minimum .
I-Qm Smith of Charleston,8. 8. 30 50 33 N \V Prevailing "tuda. N E.
March 30. soa
:. Oh! skylark for thy wing! C. Scofield John E. 31 45 73 Fair days. 2.J i Cloudy 3 t Rain 4.
Thou bird of joy and light, CLAIMS' Fleischmsn Dirk Switzer.John ---- -- *
and G. BwiiZnr David avxaaoa suvoa or THI TUcmoxiTiT
That I might soar singAt ,
heaven's Under the JWnth frifrfc Gardner Daniel 8. Sweetzer, Thomas J. Maximum 65.5, Minimum 49,5. Tan WE.Ate J833. JKM. ASD flRT or bit
PitTRicT or Em FLORIDA. I Gibba. K B' Clerk Superior Swasey,Alexander G. Prevailing winds N E. '(ai'. ..-" ... re
With the heathen hills beneath me, At Chamber, 20t& Avg** 1834. S1tJOTICE Court.Smith.. Gurney Fair daya 23; Cloudy 3: Rainy 4. eiuudy t. :1 1

And the pearly I clouds to wreathe me Goff.Alaria L. Seat,Thomas non wiatn i
18 IIEREDY. GIVF.N. Gerard: Luther Streetor. 8. .
Oh tSky lark!on thy wing '
receive such :
J. Uoderai ned II prepared to Johnson Smith Peter N. t .
occasioned by the 'roop' of 68 fit Rata.3G864 ?.. s.. air=
CLAIMS 'itr 'losses 2
Free, free from earth born fear, aud 1813 Garviu. Eliza If.GraysonJiio. Sherman.Joseph Capt. r rto
the United States io the year 1812 e I **
-. \
D. Lieut Solana Dionisio OCHam
I would range the blessed skies, have not heretofore been p"'.s nted to the Judge I G.nin.Aln. T. 4 70 58 Max. r :ig fan

Through bhtedirinelyclear, of this fJiitiict, or in which the evidence was I I II. Tucker.Watson % vAv .; ITS
I :: i..heiti
of decision of the I
Where the low mists cannot rise! withheld consequence the Holt. James Tree!,John 6 68 33 Fair. 3
t i
Secretary of the T'fIufJ. that such claim were I cloudy' I ..,et::. I:)_.._., '" 1:1 ftM
And a thousand joyous measures the ofVSd February Herbert George Townsend,J. L. 760 40 If ;.r .. t.1' :.::. .,. ... -..."'IQ I'_,
for t;
not provided by treaty :r .,
IN .
W.rrrac 0 "- theIli
bert.John Tsnd # ,
From my ehsiuless heart should spring 1810 between the Uoveinments of the United 86741 : M ,Q mar.Jlua. .. I ; .
Ma ,
Like the bright rain's vernal treasures, States and Spain. '.1 Humphreys.ilapp. Henry Gad Col. Tuttle Tuttle.Stephen Abraham Lieut.' I) 6S 46 se t ,: .. I ;s .c..=.; ......ti:, ....C_=.rare.iWei. ...r tl 1 j
Each claim null be preferred in the form of a 1(69 51 i e .
AI waodcr'd thy wing. llrrnandezJtfs.3l. V. a
on zee
t petition,in which the and'e amount hinder will the,.eat losses forth par aiis 't Hopkins David. T.- Van Ness. E. 1170 52 If s 31.x.aq.onn.a,..is t-i.!,e..I).. IX..;>ri J:., 0 2j toe t."Q ctie !_i .! .

Ijot oh I lihe silver cor!., ftauarfyihe nature fas Haskins. James B. P. W. 1279 56 !Z ,", ;" :; ) ..r 01' r1I;
which occurred and !Iu..
t.illed-the lime at they
That around the heart are spun the be that the claim hat slot been before Holzendorf. \V.UilmV.edop, Dr. F. 2 1:72: 58 a I ? :.ti, .:_: {! T1 ,i-!.w,.C? r. >Cih r>z ep

From gentle tones and words, case presented rosy to]the Judge of this district or that I lI.n.V Uialll WillUms, Joseph R.2 146 61 fi;". .. :7: ; ;; :i 5 1.Tb
Hill Woodruff Henry 6S
Capt 11. 15 77
s n
aid claim withheld in con.sequence S 5
kind that make the evid nee-iu was '
eves our"lII Hardy, Henry P.Villiam..,John Lee 2 16 77 67
CI'J9. -
the decision of tb.ecret.ry of theTreasury. : 'f- 3tro
To some low sweet neat it-turning, of will llsrland Charles D.Yhnull., MartinI 17 80 61 n \V Month I g tj SJ I"!*= -. 5.5 t _1.
The petitioner moreover aver ..
W'lliston.Major D. H. "' :';' How soon my love would bring that at be l..ne of suffering the lo sea complained Jones LniV.Uda...James R. 18 72 46 Fair. -- id

There ikere,the dew of owning, of he was a subject of Spain and that previous to Iris Washington Bl Withers John 1 62 42 n E IABT orTu8 WEATMEU FOR TBS ih(

Oh Sky lark! on thy wing tn the happening of said lOllthe Agent or Joy,AlliatherVanen Joshua D 20 M 41 ; or Arau.. ce
entered East
-. ---- --_. Troops of the United. States bad K. White Canvas 21 63 43. a ,I". Kit
Florida. Know I JohnVdliaml, Martha L. 22.68 42'I,1Y 'J !: :::. i to
ton. ,
Administrator's 1 NOllee.ALL .
will be
The petition argued ly the petitioner, Kea10n..mflT. \VinUin.ham. D.L.Keils 60 36 i ... w a' a g RemarkL tkr
PERSONS: claims demands .
having filed with tho p.n.'lIilnedyho. will then appoint .y. -
any nature whatever 'g lIirllt the Estateof a diM fur receiving proof. Insuppnrtoftheerme.All George aI.Venl"Henry S. 2-1 56 38 =- tut
Lewis Matt sir.late Duval County,deceased, claims,muit be presented within one year Keen Ann at.VatkJDI.llanba Ann 25 46 28 ----- b
Ker Revd R B. Z 1 75 50 d 1: lair.
to them authenticated meat
are required present duly from the xJfilh of Jun last. 26 47 2D I
the Subscriber All accounts, claims demands Chambers of L Zehnbanez lion ju 2 SO .l38057W
.J to { or Applications will be made at tho 255 33 R {IE
not presented' within the pniod of two the Judge between the hours often and foariu the St Angostiue, 4th April :ISi.JOIINGILAYJr.. 28 65 55 Vat.2t siie
P. M
years from the date hereof as required of the day. ROOT. RAYMOND REID 66 53 4 76 48 gV lloroiao 0' :
II C1'dy.
Mat ate,will b. Judge of the t up',Court DUt. E. Florida. 5 61 44 N \V Ili
the said Estate authenticate 39 67 M Fair.RLCAP1TVLAT101f..
( I&imI"a lut as Superior Court-East Floritin. 6 67 55
Aforesaid may be banded in at the office ofMessrs. atmi
The Silk CultHrist. 77145 +
UOCGLIS& rest St. Aucrutmv.PRISC1LLA .
63.7 Minimum
Average Maximum. 46,6.
1'1 E
e oa 51 et
MATTAIR. iJiecutive Committee of the Hartford Prevailing winds, N E and N W. .
15 Adininisttatru. THE have commenced a o 74 61 S' E Rata iq the est
April ', Silk Society, Elizabeth Bunch,
Fair 22 3-
monthly! Publication called the silk! Culturist vs. Jays ;. cloudy; rainy JO 81 56 N E: ith

Valuable riaHf alien and and Farmers' Manual Thomas H.Dummett. Douglas Dummett. Cicely JA5UARY.BECArtTULATlUX.. JI 70 57 el

Negroes for Sale! The object of the publication is to disseminate G. Kammings, Samuel McCartnny, Alexander 12 GB 55 piaew

< ,..TILE HUB3CRIUER,desirous to leave the a thorough knowledge of the cultivation of the G rdon. Nathaniel A. Thorn, Joseph R = .e \\'Jod.Veatber.. Remark. 13 SO 00 S E
JL Territory. oflfcrs bit plantation for ale, Mulberry Tree, in all ill varieties-the rearingof Lawton & Charles Law tun.ON 14 6d 60 N E Cld\

situated on Amelia Island 7 miles south of Far Silk worms-The ,productions of Cocoons, ; MOTION (IF TilE COMPLAIN ei13 15 73 G3 o;

l nandina on the Main Steam Boat Navigation and the Reeling of dilk in of this the most approved will solicitor, and it having been nude to N\V .'air.I 10 75 50 .or. I itnttpant
coeiprisinff acres prime oak and hickory land method. The importance knowledge appear by afJid..,it,That the said Cicely l G. Mom i
ro 59
of land 2 58 38 Va'hle. 17 1'air.r
from the fact,that the product
with a Handsome bluff 4 of a mile in length formIng appear mint., Samuel McCartney.Alexander Gordon I
a pleasant and healthy residence. ALSO, A devoted to the'culture of Bilk, is double, if not Nathaniel A.'l'horri.Joseph Lawton and Charles 366 50 8V: 18 70 64 S'E Th

'", tract ol GOO acre ofezcelient qualitied' land 8 triple tothstderived from any other crup which i Lawton, reside out of the Jurisdiction of this 4 52 30 N E Cloudy. 1976 6d S at.
mita south of the above mentioned embracing can be put upon It. It is.also a fact that every > Courts the said Cicely G. Shimming in some 53-1 30 ., 208368 eta

a superior variety of soil, adopted to the growth moderate farmer can raise several hundred dollars' part of the West Indies, and the said Alexander 44 30 NW, Fair. Stormy & 21 Bi: 6:1 S \V Shower ItS'. dia

of sugar can*. corn;cotton &e. Of the first worth of Silk,without interfering Hut with in hi.order ordinary to' Gordon Samuel McCartney. Nathaniel A. 7 53 4-1 N E .. (cold 22 6S 62 N E Rain reatcua

petitioned 630 acres,SJOO acres are cleared, and agricultural operations. Thorn Charles Lawton and Joseph Lawton in 8 56 40 Va'ble nain. 23 70 59 CI.h ep
is of the first quality, fur the production of cotton, avail himself of this facility to obtaineolJlpetenr.7 have the United States. It is ordered that the above 53 30 h 21 76 r.o E f'nir.
and wealth which our soil and climate given stormy
named defendants do
auiar. &c.With him.clroriDrorm.tlon appear and answer the said l 45 29 N Fair. 25 74 61 S E Rain >U.verj
.. him, he must ou
the above the subscriber offers 50 lik ly possess complainants bill of complaint on before the
without It his will be or I .. ,. G.I S \V "
for 11 20 .ir.
the sul-wct- attempts 45 35 8J
twentieth of
negroes in families (or more to suit,the purchaser I day Sept next,otherwise the said
fruitless. It is therefore the object of the Com I 12 59 40 N. 278535 bo.i .
) together with a number of hones and Cattle, bill will will be taken pro confato against them. '
plantation utenils, &r. For particulars apply niitiee tn diffuse information as extensively) Aud it is further ordered that this order be published I II 'U68 49 S E 28 70 51 N E lure
i i
10 the ziubsrriber ROBT. UAR U8ON. as possible and at the cheapest rate The'pabt ':I .once a week until the said twentieth day I p1467 so s \V 29 74 58 E j+

Amelia Island 9th June I 1633.: 11-Gw. cation will contain a complete manual or direcio- (!I of March next in the Florida Herald. Dated St. i 15 64 41 h R.id. 3081G6SECLCAPITULATIOX.: cratsHet
from sowing the seed to reeling the silk together
ry Augustine, this l&h day of 18 4.
with such facts and experiments as will A. A. PCT5AM, Solicitor. l 51 38 N' 11' Fair. severe thun- .

John: Geraghtj/i enable formers to iai.e Silk and prepare It furmArk..t. ROUT. RAYMOND REID I 17 54 47 N E Rain. [der.torm Average maximum 74.5; minhfiua8i
.without further knowledge or assistance. 18 59 37 N \V Fair.u55 lisa
Merchant Tailor, St. August,. It will also' contain interesting matter on agricul Judge Sap Court Ditt. E. Florida. 38 .. Prevailing winds, S. E, H wen
I A true copy-Attest, Fair days, 24 ; cloud,. 4 ; rain 2.Maximum.79,5 .
opened ..
HAS fOUII. at his store recently total'subjects in general. I K. B. GIUB9, Clerk 21)) 59 48 E e
assortment ofcoods ofa periorquality, Terms:-The Cnlturist will be published InI 21 71 52 8V Cloudr. 111Ay. far
which he will sell at a email advance above the monthly numbers of Eight Quarto Pages, at 60. I -- -
22 62 41 N \V Fair. Af
New York prices I will keep on hand Hats, cents a year. No subscription will be received, NOTICE. c v:: ::: :;
Boots, Hhoesand n'lad.man'Ye.rin, Apparel unless paid in advance, and for not less 1 than D. To 59 43 N'E :: = :r : Jbmuu.g .
pcTonha9iglsinc ..
and various other articles. the clothing line, year.Subscriptions. "wiAthepatil Of.fie 2.162 20 --- IreaIAVC
.for Winter and Summer dress received by F. G. Comstock *, 2.574 60 8 \V -
STGentlemsn's clothing made to order and Sec'ry.Hartford, (Conn.) lowborn Also Com THE Patent Law directs,that"every inven 21; 73 m CMud1. .howoratJib I 83 1)1 E fair ligt

in the most fashionable manner and warranted mnnicationa may be addressed, wbic.i, if post before be prevents his petition to the 27 78 62 .. Fair. 2 tits 59 Var Klein fwoics
to fit. plid.wm'attended l toO Secretary of State, signifying bit desire of obtain 28 75 59 Va.ble 7.i 6 E Fair
lag a Patent,shall into the thirty Cinudy 4 76 6-1 i f. beset
:: Editors who will the above,shall receive nay Treasury Strong
fresh breeze
73 G2 S Fair.
dollars and shall lake W
the for duplicate receipts ; one of 80 'thunder show
Cash Store publication one year. ich 64 43 8V Rain Ii&ht & tb'r ti3.I
Cheap shall
Hartford.A pill. 1835. 8tf w receipts be deliver to the Secretary of d4 reptith
SUBSCRIBER has received by the State when he presents bis petition." 31 50 38 N \V Fair 7 t+.:t rn9t1 e.aa

THE from Savannah and other late notice to ulldera.have It has been the practice in many cases,to send 16; i Wcd ,
arrivals here an extensive and very elegant as the money above mentioned to the Secretary of 7t' Rt
\ .ortmeftt of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY I for sale at my landing on the J.li,1' SMte. or'to the Superintendent of the Patent Of Average Maximum 59.1 ; Minimum 43.4. 10 75 67 "

GOOU8HAIlOWAREPERFUJERY,6c.ac. Crttk, fit John' River, from filly to one Gee; but in future, applicants for patents will Prevailing winds, N E and SV.. II .8 ra E

."Web be will jell for cash or collateral.. hundred thousand Bricks at eight dollars per conform to the directions of the law on the subject Fair days 21 ; cloudy 5 ; rainy 5. 1: 74 67 y t Cool and ple'- t

verity ,as low or il possible lower than any other thousand, they are one size smaller thin the and make the required payments into the 1: 7d 6.i E Fpth breeze. ,
.. house in the city* lie is determined to do a Charleston and Savannah Bricks,as for the quality Treasury. PLBBUAaT.I 14 M3 6& :i W It1in Thunder and
cub business only.and has reduced his prices they are equal to them if not superior i am It will (i2 3GV Fair ID 80 661r7. >X ii
be with the this
compliance law
a in
prepared to furnish those tint wish to purchase, res* E Fist Melin!
to the very lowest rates He is grateful to his the 256 43 E 6:'
to the
ptCt, to Treasurer the
customers for put favors and solicits them and one hundred thousand every thirty d.y.afreqnir- States pay muney 01 70 26 N Cloudy 17 77 b7 "s E Fresb breeza.

the public centrally to call and examine his goods ed, or I will get them ready aa otherwise order. one of the Washington selected ,or to his Banks.credit ,in 4 44 27 N \V Fair 18 753 G7 Tbore
and hopes lijr strict attention to business, end ed hy giving due notice, any deposite The 11 7+3 t;.: E
.' the really reduced price of his goods to eive everysatuftction. > N. B. The Jnlinjtton Creek i. fifteen miles receipts should state by whim the payment II 46 as N E ,". 25 ie ,63 shower atEt i
JOHNJ. HEDRICK.Si. hove Jacksonville,and lisa A safe harbor, and made and for what object. (6536 21 v6 6.1 S RaiD

Augustine,1st.. April, 1835. any vessel that sails up the 81 John's can .load As a notice to this effect was published on the 7 45 a N \V C !loudl 2:7r 70 Fair ii:i
from a plank at my landing. 3d of October last,sufficient time baa lapsed for 8 21 16 N Fair 7.1 6ti Cl'dj StonDY. imelac
N. B. A supply" offreshBOOTS & SHOES REUBEN LORING. its being Known to those interested. Therefore, 32 23 N \V" 24 74 68 E
fax received for sale as above St. 27th 1835 8..t.VALOADO.E fees for patents which be sent the
Augustine.May may Secretaryof 1 40 28 Cloudy llakesofsnow 76 58 Fair PI V1
State or Superintendent of the Patent Office, 11 45 30 it Fair lt0 NJ miar t

fiber Stable PROPERTY after the 1st of May will be returned. 12 48 31 HE" 27 83 63 ? E a

i Liver if.bllaow opened near J. Fees for conies of patents specifications, of 1 53 32" 2-8 s 6.1m Tlaav
ANEW ',' store Vn Charlotte Street For Sale. drawings, or for recording assignments, should "4

where horses will be kept b, the day, week or ONE LARGE 8TONE HOUSE be transmitted to the Superintendent of the Pa. 14 58 38" ; 86N

; 1. montb.on rrasonabte terms tikrwice hones and and LOT situated. in front ef the tent Office, tn coin where they amount to lea n co 45 E It 31'G 5 70 SE snn.
carriages to hire by the hour or day by sea Wall than five dollars, u bank notes under that sum 1 62 43 It Bali Average : MiailDalD" .

.,' 0.1 0\WARD. __ One 110178 and LOT in will not be received. 17 50 39 N \V Cloudy PnaiUaViacb., E-ad S E. H

April 1. I-U Charlotte Street in excellent repair,at present in JOHN FORSYTH.Unite 18 54 39 S E Fair.. Fair d4Je.25 I Cloudy 2 t Raia<4. s

r the occupation of Charles Rohiou, Eaq. Dusvsi trs or S'fA. t I 58 37 i

NOTICES One HOTJdE and LOT l in Artillery Lane, oe. April J.1835.OT J 59 44 N ,E 'r2i69 1MB svmscmsiHAVINU t

HEREBY GIVEN| that hooka for recoiv* copied by Judge Gould. 47 S1 bosinrtt of unportaiK***! .l
tai subscriptions to the capital stork of TBS For terms apply toJOHN The Dnr.plpe..luthorizecl to publish the 2: 71 55 S ,,which cannot wHb ""
.'SaisMsta i Ltfamoves tad Trial Coal *'" M. FONT NE. Agent. law. will insert this notice weekly three times, 73 58 Cloudy without bit presence offers for sale. bib.Ion orII
___ .. and and their accounts the Superintendent of the banks of river dt Johns. Coasts
vnitbeefefiedat the office of fosses Dottgla. 24 88 52 81: the t
> sq. w the nit, of 4t Augustine on the secmid I'0RMALE. the Patent Office. april 9JUdT 25 56 49 N \V" hick fog Jubrw East Florid -The plantation Is

day of November nest at 10 All. and will be A vr.&y Fine tractor land containing 400 59 52 N E ... miles north of Pteoltta Hou* and 81he
kept oftn front time to time by adjournment until lJl acres situated on the waters of Julmf ton RECEIVED City of Bl Augnatinif..pmoos>> B9 l
the whole of Use stock shall. be tnbscribed.notes* Creek. It is w.l|timbered with Cypress Cedar assoitmentof on consignment,a splen 55 24 NV RaiD them States wishing a d.l h lsad c
tae4tf thirty days.LOTCLAHKK. Live Oak and Pine,and has upon ft large wilds seasonable, ready made 28 38 29 Fair lei It noon ten residence in FInrkJa wii did thnurchMe i'
clothing.cases of Beaver,also silk end straw fuforrrutwn f
of obujninjt
ROUT RAYMOND SCom'is.THOe. ) hangs Grove. It may be had on accouimoda* hats.-aJl which I will Mil by wholesale. or re* UCAP1TUULT10I -those desirous wit *< t,

DOUGLAS,REID. < 4 ;teg terms. Apply at the DUeaLA8 offic of tail at very trifling advance firomN York rites.. I Avenge Maitmum 54.3'; Minimum 365. e..boacri..r respecting at the l'icolattbouseot thelestata: U.A.

JaM d, tt1B6. June 17th 1834. & LEVY. T. FJ.OTAKV. I Prevailing winds, N W and N E 1sij.$dLAap.ti. *

June, 10th,197i. I Fair dcyi 18 ; elecdj 8 ;'raia 2, J.\V. II EaB.rt

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