Florida herald
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079917/00052
 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 8, 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: UF00079917:00052
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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a JIII8CIlZlLfN .11" ber. If the character of this distinguished Hin their .arlllalth and habits. b, any inscription' : their memories, however
-- 1 confess it, laid be la utter amazement. closely treasured and noted
. ---- doo or Indian Brahmin, as to the dlYelo .- op carefaHy a*
:::: TUB PARISIAN SIBYL. meet orbit mind and to his change of religious THE AMERICAN FLAG. mong human :affections wh&o t&* bosoms

. it that such a desire to w- Queen of Diamonds-theta suspicions opinions not entirely unique. it is souncommon From EDWARD EVXBXTT'S Lexington Ad of bore for whoa their leer have been taken
Wbases comes future, such. idle atisty to .you have imbibed from a female friend ol that it deserves to be generally dress. ; and their reward with a algii assbitiea
h :error.'tt "wited secrets of forttue? In etch rOar n ifs. known the christian world.Ramroobun Rsbert Munroe bad served in the FrenchWan cherished well ia their line, found only la ,,
b riat" tilt I I admit the fact. that better abode! where tfeey ere promised. a
of the is apnadeDItt1otitJ. Roy ".1'a native of Bengal I
| discover traces He nas the Standard Bearer of his
aatie wUeU the Seven of Hpados-sha tau carried bet cessation from their labour bat where. tteirworks
The Jews had their and was early taught die Persian and Amble :. Company at the of Louubuurg ia
far teto advise to apply to still follow them. .
PersiawUrtir m.11.at effrontery you languages. He stndied the works of En I
Ur bJ1.,the : 1758. tie non lived to see, setup for the
Da3ards the a..a.1 hid me. did, end Aristotle, and thus bce.meftcqaaiu-I '
,< weir gipriw first time the banner of hIt toulatr, independence.
"bOle uncles they respected Astonishing! ted with mathematics and I IIe. Ho then Ho saw it raised among the hand Ruovrcu of tht United State la 1781, .
N ir have bad their sorcerers whom She takes up the cards, and hand them went tp Calcutta to learn Sanscrit the language ful of lib hrav0 associates; was mil Dc yeas _hr.81'1. A......oaf
be reach furlabed. by buraieg them to DeJulieu, who cats them w hilt*the sibyl I of tho Hindoo sacred scriptures the f struck down, without living like you, Venerable Iliad iD Bv'eTpocifTuV UYIGI eSS
,. 'recrut1d continues with a gravity that nothing can knowledge of which was necessary to his survivors of that momentous day to bales of cotton, as it was supposed cot to be
_ith great etremoa1.ID dittuHi, your wife is faithful. and of Brahmin. On the the growth of this country. Who they weald
former days the baileeta ortemt1 WII caste profession a behold it. u it dallies with the wind, and
std in France "Jtb impunity. andnet Du you believe so? death of his father and older brother, be became scorns the sun, blest of heaven and of meant have supposed that there would bavebcea
14.. exert who ecru even to shuffiog (ortuueseose I I know it; hut she complains of your con possessed of a large estate, at the age tho head+ of the triumphant hosts of America at this time more than 600,000 tales of the

card answered fur it tou often with duct.Of of twenty five years: and he soon after fixed 1 AH hail to the glorious ensign! Con- raw material exported to that city in a year,
host besides 8 400,: bales to other of
bvn Our go d ancestors were- in the t my c.taduLt'Yuurau'IJIcioul his residence where bis ancestors had lived. rage to the heart to which: ,in all time, it or parts
-- JSt burning "Uhout c.opleatl *bo harass her. About this time be wrote against Mhe idolatry shall b.entrusted! May it ever wave in Europe end that it woald too, be maaofac
.p. irticttiUTofuiirhci-fUand my good I laIrs ; 0 im, she is nut .ware of them. of all religions; This publication gave!' honor, iu DI..ullieciclorJ. and patriotic hope tared here oa so extensive a scale, as eat
1'i eatUIe, Michel and Le tlormand; She bus discovered them;you entertain at great ofiTf nee to the Hiadoos Iud Mahome on the dome of the capitol on the Country'sstrong only to supply the great demaad at home:,

T in full career if thry l bad bee barn a yHir; liousi* a very dangerous; man. tans where jie then resided,aud be returned I!. holds on the tented plain on the but enable our merchants to compete successfully
wa 1..rker. would ban 'dfo11'1'1/ ended And wh is he? to Calcutta. In 1814. About this period he w ve rocked top-mast. Wheresoever on with those England ta foreign

I. ""'da' sat the take. Uut chiromaoc), "I. 'I he King Clubs. studied the English language: ; and soon after the earth's surface, the eye of the American markets. ia introducing .
; f and nerrouuncy at isresrutabloaeieacrs. 1, do put kuurt him. madam. the Latin Greek and Hebrew. shall behold it, may wo have reason to bless Those individuals engaged
11 J1tID'Ml should
lucrative I \ dark man. man thirty sis years old. first work that he the culture of silk into our country,
md branches 'I It is evident from his ; it. On whatsoever soot it is planted, thereigay
{.slues ia view of skis
It ism best friend. be encouraged to persevere
: .(trtde. and orrf ry, inttead: tiC leading tu I regarded with great disapprobation and: disgust freedom have iuotbold, humanity abravo
wife'sbest The U. importaaD&aUI
i"lJ fee facers!)rile. coaducU to fortune. All Ile is irmu of becoming your the mostrous and debasing system of champion, and religion an altar. Tho't statement. million dollars worth of silk for
: r...i. b*,.e to succession' paid their respects friend sir. idohtry embraced by his eouutrvmen. A j t stained with blood in a righteous cause may their ten and far a.
:. -. lithe esrtls of Lady Villeutire. bites of You amaze me! I am thunderstruck. c'lrerulltud1 of the sacred writings of the it never in any cause be stained with shame. own consumption; into greater Eeglaa4and '
I, t J Madame Michel, and the black betatladcmtcisefo :Fur three mouths past, he has been trying Hindoos, convinced him that the prevailingnotions !I Alike, when its gorgeous folds shall wanton mounts are annually imported evident
hence it is
:. .,. Le Normaud. Each of to.iudur. her to accept a set o.? diamonds of a multiplicity of deities and the iu lazy holiday triumph on the summer I France in the raw state; Cormlaur.e.n
: J- Aenpieetisers has been celebrated in herr j that he knows you have reused0 pure superstitious devotion to the licentious and breeze and its tattered fragment be dimly that there- Uh will at be..a..good saw for the hw

i.1't.. ...; bet a jonug sorcuress is DOW before I chase. inhuman customs connected with them were seen through the cloud of war, may it be the material abroad.-4Newka'jport Hm' 1
. the paWic who promises to surpass them I 1 tie true. founded in utter ignorance i or gross perversionof jo% aud pnde of the American ....rt. First .
it .
z But be declines his offers with dignity; their religion.; The original records ape raised In the cause pi right and Liberty in

I aU.The temple of this UOsyLii .is one of the! is from you only that she is willing to accept tw red to him to inculcate a system of pare that cause alone may it forever spread out An Antimtt. There .shown to us yesterday .
, alt frequented quarters uf Pa" fa the I any ornament that may add to ber beauty. Theism, which taught the (being of one God;' its streaming blazonry to tje battle and the a silver coin received ia the course
.,,1, eMDIa 8 t it i !.l1 tietiL but mho confides in the tuna or a card; i husband. rather than an outward worship with strict and since borne victoriously) Ncross the coo- ol oar office which' would be considered
- the greedy speculator who would know Here our svbil again took up the cards personal virtue. With these views of Hiadoo tiuent and on every sea; may virtue, and a rarity anywhere, but it U parucu--
IeIt to Htccett rasy attend bit enterprises; to the nail dividing them into tbree parcels. which theology( and morals, be was anxious to reform freedom and peace forever follow where it lanky a curiosity hen, turning up as it does
modest aaf tenement girl who is anxious toIhcover she thus eaplaiued: the creed and practice of his country leads the way! The banner which was raised in the general current of eircular on. It is ashihias .

whom she should fall'in love with; You blush at the suspicions you have entertained. men; and devoted his time and fortune to ,on this spot. by. a, village.. hero----. was-- -- not--- ,, piece of tht Reign ef Queea El&s-. _
athea&q&tetfaasHaad huso dreams are this benevolent object. that,, whoso glorious folds are now gathered ,t beth of E&glind end of course was coined
1. : -fbe,1 bJ .n ull;ly major of dra-oeas, in Because you assure me of the honor of my Ram motion Roy thus appears a great and round the sacred depository of the ashes of somewhere between the year 1558 and 1608

.......leig boot and monstrous raustarbios; to the 1 I wife.She I rare light, t<. his ignorant and superstitious his rave companions. He carried tho old before a white man bad ever set foot ia any
; tfiraester who would win bark at whist' dreams of nothing but your pleasure 10m.I; I countrymen who were iu gross moral dark*, provincial fhg of Massachusetts bay. As it part of the United Stales. There U every
that be has lost at faro.-The sumo I at'this very moment she is engaged in ness and error. In the ancient writings bad once been planted in triumph on tbe walls probability that it came out of the pocket of
ifw*equipages ranted before the entrance i :scheme) tu advance your happiness.. But which be.tudiod. (of 3000years before.) ho of ttisbourg,Quebec and Montreal it was one of the first settlers of this country from
)fH.i. Ideate the rank of tbo viuters.I utut do I bad beard the oracles of this modern PvAooeii He-ms! was the belief of Abraham Job and others band of brave men, some of whom bad valiant Captain Smith bimtalf d bu
frequently cited with great t.raiee. Is this bad (fortune of their day, who bad received instruction followed it tu victory ia distant fields, and ; been in tardy circulation ever since, or r er-
gme Mies *p ke to me in high terms ofto < iite the contrary; you are thinking of a from their ancestors extending back te now determined, if duty called them to sri= d baps deposited in some family collection
virarity of her mind the delicacy of herMHtkmt. present for your lady.Of Shorn and even to Noah. their blood in its defence. May heaven approve whence it has lately escaped,ia one of the
. .I and especially of the promptness 's present! With this Information and in the state of tbe omen. Tbe ancient standard of peninsulas of Virginia Maryland. Be that
ith "hit'h she divined what they darod not The sri of diamouds. mind which it produced perceiving the errors Massachusetts bay was dis I"led'or the as it may, the apitearance of it calk up ia
Ltttt her. Gentlemen bad tlctcriUed in Indeed. Indeed and absurdities both of idolatry sad JM- I'confederatingeolunlea, before the Star sJ' R. the mind iavoliratarry associations clan in.
r res the sM eetnesof her f.atarr-. th. In order that having wish nnrtatm".I.SbtllUl' .,'bei.lft. sad satisfied that the sages ol India '. g1cd Baun"fAe Union had been flung to teratiog character Tbe British RototaliftQII
., IM was ft most etqiuite creature These these jewels are very dear. read the Christian! scriptures with attentioa.IIi '. I I God avert) when that ftloriuus baauer shall Since it issued from the British Mint and
(tel eicited my curio if j; and I determiaed Ah! sir can you too generously revard object was moral and religious truth ; ;: be rent in twain may Massachusetts, who passed current among the e.intern pomry
to ascertain for myself the merits and tbo:virtue of a woman who adoree you? and he says 'to found the christ doctrines first raised that Standard in the cause of United i servants and subjects of tbo Virgin Quince,
feaaiies of this celebrated personage; My wife adores me! more conducive to moral principles, and bitter America be the last by whom that the Stewarts the Cromwell. WiHia. the
The clock had just struck eight ne I pro I' .:i ignt of Hearts anti Are of Spades, Made adapted for the use of reasonable beings'I cause is deserted; and as many of ber children Prince of Orange, Anne, and all the Georges
ttttH myself the door of her hotel. On Mmo de Julien loves uo one but her bus- than any other which bad come to his know. who first raised that standard on this ,'have sutt'lItielIW..td the realm of

declaring I"object of my visit, I washert4iato baud. ledge.* But be u; snot content with Itud1-1 spot fell gloriously in its defence, so may the England and descended to the tomb. For
i r.1 r a little saloon, furnished with the I At these words which proved the extent lug the ctriues of the gospel in the last sou uf Massachusetts, to whom it sball more than hundred tears after this piece
with of the young magician's eDce. De Julien and in popular use. This personal : of silver became public debt was oa.
{Tittett simplicity nntbinj; to iadicate j systems be enru.ted not yield it but in the mortal money
the pr&feMHi of its occupant This was a j, rose.from his seat in transports: he cast upon and candid inquiry convinced him. not only I I agony. known in England! It is as aid as the first
Jt"UIIlaJ} about twenty! five years of age, I I tbe table a purse of indefinite weight,and ran that the Christian religion was more rational newspaper ever published! and was in circulation
ilL! ,well made eipressing herself with race, i i to the.the jeweller to purchase tbe happy tae and excellent than any other but that it was KAEOIJKN TUB PAINTER, AND JUDGE before potatoes bad ever been eaten
sari acreealile.' and various in her conrersatoo. I human. which was to restore felicity l l\\\*. ol divine origin. He'satisfied himself also CLARK. or tea drank in England or any part of Eo> ,
There was something n I mlomnliriousi household. nod fortune followed his footsteps that some of the popular tenets of the teachers Among the young pointer's early associates rupee-A' !. late!.
it i berUnce, and sardonic in her smile, and ; the jeweler! in an excess of good hu of Christianity,especially those confessed was the learned and witty John Clark
dee Jetted freely upon the inconveniences of | tnuv,' inside l.inJa considerable discount and ly of a speculative or mysterious character afterwards a Judge of the session; who also The ship Canton which left Graveseadlast '
errs::and attempted to convince uieof its ex I, the virtue of my lady cost much less than were Dot lupnrted b1. the gospels; hut that bad to purchase costly colors and the other month for Van Dieman's Land bad oa

ct&e&re. I saw that she was not herself be anticipated.As ., the writings both of the Old anti New Testament expensive books they u ere some times so board 240 female emigrants all yuasg ua* ....
5.'tI'J weD persuaded of the truth she stisbedta .i soon as her husband was gone. Mad clearly' taught the doctrine of the Di- low in purse. that they scarcely knew bow married women .b shipment forms the
l.trJ ie ;rets upon me and I thought that of ,. ante pe Julien reappeared from her hiding viREUidTt, and that Jesur.of Nazareth was to subsist till' additional business was wanted fourth that baa been sent at the public ..ex.peDse. *
til who caiaf into her house the you tig sibyl place and embraced her friend with every. his inspired messenger to mankind. i At this time R -- ImsUbad the least faith in the lufalfoMlity! expression of kindness and tender gratitude.But Having become a convert of Christianity to dine with hit friend Clark,thejf ouog moreover, it is altogether free of all expense
abet tift.AfttfMylaC. they immediately separated for it was wished It to his euterod the of it
ora be present countrymen attorney. When he lodgings to the passengers each of whose car
- conversed with me a few I necessary that the young wife should return fur their examination and acceptnnre; and Clark, the .landlady was spreading a cloth computed to bo shout $17. Great care was
.. uBjrois, eke ascended the lured tripod; : homo to receive her spouse and her dismoed. this ho did in a naaphlri with the title 'the I and setting down two dishes one containing taken by the Committee appointed to have .
rirnJy the prophetic spirit bad begun to, .. instructions and precepts of Jesus the guide i ito three herrings and the other three potatoes. none'sent but females of unexceptionable
.w-II! sere the deUeate fibres of her brains when | Tbt _,liberated me and prevented every peace and happiness.' But neither this I And is this all said John. 'All' laid the character. In July next itis' arranged that
light had rapped three times at the door manner of reproach: on my part by appeal nor any other publication- of R.mmn- laDcll..d,. AI1! Did 1 not tell ye women another vessel:, the John |Cerr. will sail with
tf oar apartment cud u'teredl. a troubled laughing herself with a very bad pretty made hun Roy on t e same most foportant suh eet, be exclaimed 'that a gentleman was to dine a similar freight.-Ster,
ftiet-t.Opee. is I." My at the scene of which Irae.1 nave as yet, bad any great effect with the I i- with me; and that ye were get six potatoes
J L, prett'rApht.i witness. I will not propose to TOO, of Hiodotttn.
delators and
, e.rI III pi was evidently polytheists l'Afcor Tie Wholtsugf Mat/'! Perhaps from tha
aid she to cast your horoscope; you the v are read in use spirit they ought to 111' the tables of both were
{fftfiti&ft to take my leave She prevented heard the degree of some years caption of this paragraph the ra"tbar who
and ,forbids
** bl.jult seen and in which they were written, we l and when the wine
You furnished wu
w. have the air of a gallant gentle- better ; has bounding over the bosom
in those who a promising boy
is come
confidence that required
...** she at length laid to me, ea MC 1hied ould ask not to i I reason to believe that some favorable impression circulating dry .loved to recall those early of the Pacific; the lady whose lard is fu .
consult bull I
assert. *'I am euro of iUM," added, I I to conduct me; with too much yon severity. will be made oa the minds of heathens days, abet hops trot high and tit spirit ear,. away. wrestling with and conquering the
,. f i.,to this eabinet." Sbo putfeed me geoj Judge my children who and paeans everywhere. tattoo by fafcrcouTse with the world greatest monster cube deep;or the lass w bOlt
Men pay
< are grown up Ramtaohun Roy is a phenomenon In tbe
fete the cabinet, abut the door me, doubled the Cape before ,
.... upon be deceived and the error which flatten lover has once more
:| to ; world ia the modem times. His Independence
fadtopftvettall accidents took the pagan Preacher.BT of
koy The Missionary the connubial kaot.-perl'pllOm.
is better than the truth which afflicts them. "ia;
his love of moral troth, and hit
HJIaII .ttb ber. I eoosoled my captivity by make Instead tearing away the veil that conceals l zealous to find together with tbe w. o. 1...,. these,or others ae deeply i interested,will)I.look
l iamediato ate of a crevice tlY'atlCh ia which tneir letters are
the manner
I dare toleara
alt I cold that the faults <-f De Julien's spouse, consideration his personal sacrifices and In our western forests where men era remotely
was which
see every tbiaj going carried. A plan by
II HI the taI I ken them more deeply and take the same dangers by his honesty of purpose, justly I situated from one another and cannot speedily i
ea. be established at regular
t care to render his future days happy than I i claim for him the praise and admiration of well provide for an established place of post may
The lady who entered was younger and 1, another would take to make them misera I all lovers of moral ana religious truth. We worship and a regular pastor th..labours of distances<< over the ocean has not yet been +
.. HffrM.(i f beautiful than the sybil. Her face was ble. Pariee ,with his mlpi&t'eare.blt be ; trust(his example will not be lost upon mankind the Missionary, valued at the loweit stand- di-eoereCf-hut Capt. To. 'e. of the
I ptctore ofi noceoce and candor. At leectb will one day envy the lot of tbe wretch bo In the world.Rararatbun of human want, are inappreciable. ship Nile, brings Intelligence almost cqaivo-*
ara '
*d she laughing I have succeeded. Ma4aede with disdain Shall to cal of such a disrovrry He states that OQ
repulses say did laborers deserve
., B sasne. nfte" having mane{.d> to the father exulting the birth of a son this Roy visited England about may,add, chit'aeyer receive their more .reward. the lit of Dec. 1884, In ht 43 51 8.. loaf.77401V. .
... _altJM_ the jealoosy of my husband, has child will cover your old age with shame and about two tears ego,charged .rib come public yet less frequently. tte caw a n bale towered two
wr vtd l On wm to iw Wt to JB. fe. bring your grfy'haire with sorrow to the I business to the government of that coun* boats_ and_ Wlletf hka.- Wheji about.._ im.
R ril be here io a talnnte.and do not forget gravel Snail tell Florio the flirtations of: try; and with a flew probably to a [runner Humble habit moderate in desire,lodefatJgabla fast for the purpose OfIo"'UI".Iq'O* t .J JL'a strip! ,
r igroeaieat.' and Lisrtte infidelity of Florio 1 knowledge of the characters opinions and la well doing pure ia practice Iud the Albatross as usual, flocked b great e.-
The sound of a bell put aa rod to the No! I tu do.o. i should soon destroy customs of the first ssse>los in Jhiaste om.- intention, without pretence or ostentation of ben aroaad-and be. observed on tile neck
aremtiofl; tee young rieser disappear- own were credit a&d see nothing( more of tbfi There bo died d ,aid....1rietKI prepared to receive De Ju- ray multitude of visitors who crowd about JDV! It Is Dot strange that the ignorant and interejtcd mtu places too most remote and perilous with a piece of wire. The ban's crew'caagb* .
5,1 I. ... "iro.Ms house to receive the approbation of their, supporters of heathen worship' endeavored but wip hearts filled to ovtfiowiiig the btrtf. and the Berl j ek-knild eeoo ro*
eaters leeks abottt the roam whit BCQ.Ueee follies and the confirmation of their hopes.I ... to d>fead It, by imputations on the love of God and good will 10'men; preaching vealed e'contests eftbt BaH-btg, wMel r.
a" aid tile better to decide tube. Reformer. charged thoir doctrines with simple and an CoIo.I :
upon have taken a surer path. 1 tickle the folly the character of.ffeia They were.1 ;
I Pen of the BngietaB,observes" toe art of one of them. Without compromfo"Ing Mm'with' rt w *t reveal to bet tee object of bU present every character,1 give food and fortune to Impiety.* Even his mother bitterly condemned and well adapted to, the old groves, 4e deep I ia Bedford for lie 7aeiie UcaaB3dayso.4ooiaNrotSfid6tc ..
ae ... Do J9II cloHt'it laW tile sIhrI Ita anto. tae my whole world Tby go away quiet la him She was a woman of sarong primitive forests. ,a&d rnlely barren wilds .. _
osc ..e4ed .., ire yoarsetf teetitse trouble bean and mind and prorowe themselves to mind but was wedded to tfee tfutstry stud polylbtan which,it if r .ir wQatSloslcopsmieplytogive ,
a 14 hated. sad nude'" toli+tee to ase.tified pay another visit to the little sorceress nhc I other country, and was alto under tbenx utterance. after week and C->, ....-A eprieae case .U.ly oe*
to"" a ebetr S. collected henelt; mad slakes. them 10 bema' such a trifling erBWPpp the infee&eeof tbe sopcntjtioa end c$Uo ,Da .after day, week ; eurred la Ireland;a nobleman. bad a I eat?
Ira the oath upon the tilde. b| '.. priests. A short time howefdr, before her ..oaui after P3oatb.fadiog, them wayfarersnil frumfee salt ia Cbascery,decided agaiatt: Mm by WtEdward
M f or prelude the fottowiaf 41.18.",. __ death, crespsratbo from fefsb.she.1a1cJ.'Jou J) cover' suaberiefi oejer,repoiiaj the have I If..".... Kbtaselelda was eater
Yoatrsttwrkd, sir sixteen or i atysists&e'& ., : The city of Moths WM carried at Uu.point are right burl. a.weak woman, end 'era toU they have t aged Ia 00$ J taiocd 'of tbe eouadttess of the decree-but. a ;
3 {**-tgo yen esfeated young lady atoelven : of tbe bayonet on the 20th( January, too oldio give diNe ancient observances f idles. almost literally,iatc".o..rro."sra.1b report bravoffi been elre......dial ibis etalVaeat
a.,OW.... j by the Egyptian forces under Achmet Pa. which are a ftlflfert to me,* This is the han- tip wayside; their resting place eapro shelter lawyer was about to resign the sea**
t '..... tII...tke c..... TOP whole of Arabia now obeys till guagoand tentUatet of nature arid it a,- tect'd bj aay other mausoleum ssfsd or their and toe forensic prnctfeeteyettia4fi. ; .
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.... When Dr. PRASKI.I.I. agent in England I have seen examples t.rt&& eI !OI.d. ty tif the Province, or the good set tbe I CHINA.-According to accounts very ..... 1t

THKFLORIDA I ', in 1774 one of the tninistsv inquired nulled after mare than one year's pos'solnon; State. ly received from our meritorious cooqtrtteta rrsee
I ol. him what would satisfy the Colonies-heaunvered a nd) otbirs who bad pUle-based concession! 11. The rcnunriatioc,the royal rightaf: I GotzlalT a steam bom was building to ry

HERALDIS that it might r-e promised tea few or righf of possession, from another person, domain in absolute thin Jit't"si by,the Governor na, for the purpose of nndrrukies i .!.
rUBLtSUKD. .. Jltr and sal dow o and wrote as follows : who when petitioning tbo governor tar liberty rur KiuJ:' property to tad,! !duals, is expedition,into the interior of the empire,It licltt
EVERY WED BSDA.M; ," f.tall ytrur troops,r "' to Have the land a&rveyrd to bins bad just :
atorXI .tora Cattle William, j had his titles or cbocessloa taken away from for tbe granted to convey to Iud re* exploring the
pair the damage done to Boston, him and tee laRa granted Co another. ounce all his'right title,to the grantee, warrant tort streams. It U highly f.rol..Methat GoT
L'..! cI.s -peal year iraconjuiaucnal SCM.V 2. The Governor never made any d nation ant defend. &c; : kflTji by this time i 1ft for henn, of I'-peir.pS IC.M

AT .nounceyour. pretentious and laxstion. ; of land to any p*rtoo previous lo that 12. Having resided in the Province of Flo 110 has conuneMced the I Iuhlifai"o i if .' ISMbee:

FirE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. RE..fond the..dntle. have extorted. person's having taken the oath of fidelityand j I rldai upfenrdi of thirty tour years, previous journal in the Tblnesr Isattsa .,three no-g .. *

TATABLC HAW YEARLY IW A ,.tcci. Afterward you vassalage Io the King of Spftin,.if b;+.a as i to this date and bating lived under tbe Government her* of wfiich, b 'Ve> (teen r solver here. (ere fat '

.quire and-eel.. pay for tea destroyed; a foreigner, oral bUdosiiciUation\ and, :settlement of four diflVrent Governors have I of them cont4ne; a tcrv iuvr-sting repot.. flhi

: e ADYUTIlr.ME3'f1lutenod at OM Dollar 4 and then in !thP 1 !provlcte'I be watt Spaniard. observed that every one of them followed leis I the map of China. 'I t.U j'I ,u.1 l Iu-, bet a (ere
4 for the tint insertion and Filu / l-jjicaioa hipPY recorrr7wtaaClfi The condition! right to cultivate1and improve onn iodei'>en'ent( rules with regard to donaftionsof t!. very well re..eiveil by the native and nlta"' IB*

per Onto square for each subsequent an*. Lonoer was one of those in which he was pro* King's lauds, but more especially af surcs hart been t-jkeu to tin elate it all Oter icit

advertisements proportion aud no .V.V""YZtJd 7.'B U. i terted in by the law, after' becoming a Span. revile disturbances .o812.. tbo Govern* the ('uuut 1.-/frr/iVi, .l/a 'cA.23.. ; Jt,!a3EUPHO.IIOCS IrJi I

4 one will be comidered less than a square. -:.-. _.._ _____- .4- I isb soh act. or took every ptiuslo display To the 'people ... !
.. advertise For the Herald.MR 3. Until a p had acquired tbe the munificence and of the Kingof
A discount made to those ubo ; grantee royal I generosity t.itxoviot .:.R.v.Jo"o ,-f
title of dominion over a donation or concession Spain's Government as well for the '
the GOULD.SIR par Hut ..riity.
by year. pmtor of the t'hurch in K-xhuit.
t,.. .
I .
e of land, he did under circumstance .
and .
not any totes satisfying: attaching every useful
lly inserting tfce following remarks laud the Hihle into the 'language of the raIt.
ysur I la.
acquire the right of property, to as to inhabitant as for that of promoting and .
tier Hall.' die Peer appealed from the decision useful paper, as a preface to tbe subjoined sell or dispose of it. therefore all such sales strengthening an agricultural Province-hlcb J dianiof N declaring hi intention to bring the case opiuiun of one uttbt ablest and most respectable and in 1601. The following tt the versii.nof tks
illegal tbe
were exposed to disapproval objets were best promoted by creating individual r
before tbe Homo of Lord, and actually sent J,*''y trs of long practice in the Province or resentment of the Governor, who alone proprietors whose labour tended I Lord's P.er-
feo of twelve of lorida when under the to { "Mat/: vi. 9. & Xoosbun 1kit
to Sir Edward a retaining Spnniih could authorise such kind of tales or transfers that purpose. and whose interest taught ohedince t) "Jk'l""
guineas to secure bii services as an advocate Government, you will uhlige one of yosrsubscribers ,because the estimation of tbe degree of to the State and I have uniformly qottjana tamuiiarb koowcsuonk. Teas.nvtontcri .

r for ttto appeal against his OVru do- au-i l an old inhabitant. progress; which the grantee bad made towards perceived that all the King .objects conformed kukketanooiamoc.uk ue n nub uh- .
keit 'I
cision! Ever iuce the cession of Florida to the complying with the conditions of bit tu the Governorregulations without tonne kesukqut. Nuua>ce suonea>k .

United States, there bas been a strange use donation was entirely arbitrary with the Governor. complaint, nor is there one example uf I asekesukkokhb ass>iuaiinnean yenjeu kcs
'. "'L. t n--rtea. .NNt tea 11naA. tell A cerjaintf wilbncard: to property,, title and ukud. Kb abqunutamaUnneanounima'rbeseongath. it i +
iun m buael.tmhca- decrees any appeal. about ever having hue suece t tr
monstrous lug story juuiciol which were either nerd or neaw+ matchcuekuk )
fy tbat makes one lauth: admitted as of neither doubt nor uncertainty 4. The plot or survey of any Surveyor ,I sfully made;nonloes there etuton the He I ,> queagig nl.taquulI'"rnnllUtlun art

uh' n good sign of a;dog nbcn hit (ace I nosier the Spanish Government but are now General or bud private value Surveyor neither bos, I I cords of this Province one example of nny'' oaiiunean "u quichuaoougauit.g. Ahquesugkompagc webs *. flu'

gmva like iiis muster's. Its al proof b,,'. ayegloneriu I scattered about a*floating objects' in the H ide ,nor authorized ever any without decree becoming 1 disposition or concession of K +tg's 'au'd u..mnr.u nutria matehitut. New'lobCJ'IOIaI' IheirT
by a superior made upon *
to hie master* ero. to discover made by the Governor of Florida *ever having -
op ocean of Law. this, 'by the words of the memorial The kutahtaan ketassootumouk. kab ID,.
what be' tbiokiog ou: nod then without tlu some petition. surveyor been annulled or refused by the King of dot
s i Treaty of Cession, which ought to t-e the solo the Government : nutikeuouk. kab solisumoouk micbeme. A-
word ur waive o' cominaud, to be auto ; general Appointed by Spanish > Spain. The memorials uf Col. Jose de la nd1it
"biltoUrUlluU i
executo suit only test of right in all these cases men.
DUI Clarke could! oran
Jorge. upon sight Torre, and Don Z Kinolev were returned
the wall o' hit silent thud, whether it i caunot be supposed to arie from i
be to wear sheep or rao'.down deer. llccior any intention or design in the high contracting al )title.concession nr its right of concession or roy | from Madrid to GOY.Vhite for his approbation. r< ry Accommodating. The\re.Dlal Cv lib
likemember afore be deo'd, that I measure corresponding quantity z .tro. giving an acrouulof the khenlorv
lie me the
gave re- parties perplexing terms or expression '' eonticium
of land ,"d give a plot gad. certificate but 13. If Gov. White did! contract the of Di kton
when I to try ubfe.. for the
was owre lazy
gang to of that important instrument so as murder uf N 3Ir.
( the kirk, I urd him to Uk' place in private surveyors, besides he grant +tr concession I terms of rnnceuiouof King's and make Graham sys; ** jM na sti
my theprw to afflict the inhabitant with vexatious lawsuits order from the Claret s*-enced to br exc.'utcd -
required an and muke strict and rigorous rules his '
'" and the minister kent the sue MI the 2 l14'v differouce.
ur loss of from its not being t May ;'n earlte
properly them day 1'Mt
to authorize it.Vida.
our to survey ce.s<+rs took an opposite course in extending: than inual
Indeed be ante asked me, nt
nest day clearly and unequivocally expressed; it i is rUlirular request of tilt
out th Governor decree and .
consent, nolaftulrightolflO'lellioo them die King's and *'
to please subjects ,,.
What 1 tbocltt u' the sermou; for be saw me more rational to suppotn that this humiliating promote tend
in relation which '
agriculture, to Ihf'rehili
wonderful attentive a rather and nil from the
among steep vexatious originates
province, as far as related to the King's been royal orders and quite sufficient Anecdote of the late Cat
congregation Hector an' me ,gie i ane ani- intentional misroustruction those abut land. many >x nf Austria.-. terir
and afearcd to empower the Governor to practice portal one of hit vi.it* to Und' the oft!
ther sic look n
a, I was Mr. Pul interest radically at varinnce with tbe pub- 5. A absolute title E art
royal or being once given whatever the conceived
ton would face obscjred it; but be was a sim- lie good for this subject has hardly eier been the right of dominion over all otherkinds best in regard to that persrl'ranra bit was walking through the streets ntir
pie primitive, and unsuspertin' auld mau; arjtated or introduced into ourhigber4aun of titles was infallible another subject. as was custom like a private grmlenitt. ver1
a very Nathaniel without guile: and he jealAutAif oils of State without some wary substitutionof except Signed JOSE M. UGARTE. and accompanied; only by one ortwo t'enmti -
royal absolute title older date should
appear. St. Augustine ur.-'Iorida. of hit hou.ebnl+l. llo'saw
nathwg. tho' both Hector and me was term by n hich it was tu he explained a funeral: a p run rk* .rlco'
like and ttte.Ii. ante .. 13th April 1829. big : it was that ,.t" beggar ith'nlien
tw split; Utmhuiir i in entirely foreign to the pl-iin meaning f th* : whom |*
hifleevefer rnnir than a stun Memorial that
t'CtUtelatand it use b l +ngcr, but was obliged to I for itself like a moth.rl. lamU nmong, a a or ment. followed his remain to their last re loup on re a hedge in a |,ntntoc field pretending pack of w++lres. Have commentators on petition we. required for and to obtain authorize tbe possessor to FERtAKDO MAZA .aEDOfDo. This m.fanrhuly.pertacle proJHrrtf tu"f'nr
a Royal or King'sfee
to hac treat jpatridg i the laws of nations ever defined what they of a profound impression on the Eroperor't i iKnr
simple property was ten years uJ"lupro"inJ
meant so as to get one nation to adopt it : which occupation nnd orbit having feeling Turning to the persnas who ac
further than suited its of 1 companied him h* taM.> inre S..u
[From the AVw York Morning Itcrald.j] present object policy performed the stipulated improvements re* this povr
? Has it not served generally as n political a creature ha. no friend to see Mill i 8.
Col Barr, we learn,is now very much indisposed. S quired by government a royal title of proper* + ly Its !, will intern*!
lock to do any thing or every thing that we perform tint sail odire, anti fuHov due
cannotbe expected to live long, ty wit usually granted by the Governor as his
He to of fie could tie more subservient to force or declnnation. sole for until remains the Ira' ." UP walked .lie- sam
eighty years age. sent the other agent the King : but this title hind tbe raffia
day for a larticularJrifDd of his early of property was given the possessor rout atteudnnts followed aDtt| die
U hat sort of a figure would a bench ofSpauith exert one n ho psme:t, seeing the Enl will
under the neither
years apprehension that ha bad sell, grant nor conger in any ser a D- in ,br fuu fnt
not long lease in the world. sent (0you r Judges and Lawyers mak while whatever any right to the land for a very sclvp 'ral train,tuccejiirelt mng l them ting
,' said he, "1 sent (or'ou now, because gravely expounding( the laws and atatut..r, plain reason because the King bad not yet in the procp,..inn. On arrivin: :at tlte j ini!!

at another time we might merely look in each England, or these of the United t tat..atVho ceded to him his right ..f..rnpert1 to the soil, burial place, the Emperor rurnnr.-.I a e J I he.!
} other'a fares, but have:: uo disposition to \ would like to have a good cause depending : therefore bl' had none to convey. r"IJ up' a pious pn.y r for the soul of t tbt an <

talk." Ue I then handed over to his friend several upon the result of their judgment; 7. Nfl memorial concession" survey or plot 'CR pour hegg".r. The hktury of the heroir; am cyrr

I important inansrrinti, part of them intended and who is there nh++ would not like to have or certificate or any other kind of title whatever present few traits more CUr publication his death. a bad oue. 1 will not reverse the t picture I iuaChf
ter mull litigate; or prevail at law : .
contend .I .
Among those there is interesting as my ofyect) is conviction, not ritlit'ale. It ifa&i7i/y.-Tb' I5nton Morning POll
papers a highly over King' title on property which was iliirourteth ...
is too serious a subject' m hen follow :
attempts are
which Col.Burr the '
journal stile
kef;it during : and only guannty; title under tboSpntwh
bis travels in Europe, after the unfortunateaflair made to subvert the foundation upon which Government of Floridx. and to obtain ST. JUG V.$ fI.Es He wish we cnuld get '>ut of temper for
stand. The Treaty of Cession, which once in our !lives, for should like
between bim and Geu. Hamilton. For we this ue 'f' knot
of In
guaranty title ten years occupation Wednesday July 8 833.IVs .
our rights and how a teats feel he i. '
beauty of description shrewdness uf remark guarantees properties by confirming carte always required during; the whole u hen mad. \\f' hart Anaami
the i provincial,,, aud ordinances -- .(.. frequently sera people .o that she
and of
originally thought,, wo are informed period of our residence here viz : (rum the line received thAratrtcan \h..zUft of angry ,
that this journal is 'pre eminent It which existed previous that ."'nt. aDd time that Qcrvoraur Ze |r..aived/ t>o a> tT..r..IIn.w...l... far Jiiit. It ..inr cnuM not help themselves, but we could as*
will be recollected that Colonel Burr whilein plainly refers to them .is a Judicial test oi session of the province from the British.Government to? an r- err form any opinion of iLcir feeling Tbs sera
all interests or controversies.Wh4t iicl on ai..AugnMine. accompanied by an en nearest uo ever sett.. tirk.
Europe moved lu the highest circles w as depending until the arrival of Governor Kin 1.1 getting ant of tern*
intimate with tbe leading politician of Kn- other laws could that inurnment e demo who it seems had orders to remunerate graved view of the I'otlic Square. The view in t per wa +hen a fellow seaoued our MM? DOT
gland and France and associated with them alluded to if not those existing iu this province those subjects who bad proved their fidelity l. taken from the South eait"in corner of tbe with mutt and all we did then was to throw --

*iu private and in public. 1'art of thisjour at that time, and those are now recorded to Government liv giving: them Roynl si- square, and exhibit the Catholic Church the I, him out of a Recnnd story wiudow I'II'OD'|

gal is the form of familiar )letters written to in our archives, which! have protected ties of property for lands at 'his own discretion Old Government bouse,and ,she adjacent built* roof of a abed below. :::a::

tbe late Mrs Alston of n bum *story was recently our t t'I'u .ennullild properties for so many)'eul. and this seems tn have continued until i i ingt. i rf

published, which iu Col. Burr's opinion these laws earl precedents wo must appeal the cession of Florida to the United States ; It is correct in seveisl minute particulars, but The frigate Ccnttituthn. w as hat fa em t

it ritliculuus and improbable. The JraceI"aut" as our only security orribl. sanctified but at no period ,of" the Spanish: Governmentcould is deficient in proportion. The the bar of Net York early on Turslay; cost
and which scattered by the treaty o(Cession. ?. any be invested ith drawing was ex.ecutedappaieutlv ning, by a Pilot boat at about
feeling are person ever *+ any three eau tit
. of iutbeearl829': since which -- ,--- ----
"- flood and
tnrougn we** letter, neigiiieneu arum meeirtuaittxnre property so as to sell convey or went < of their being written to his be. oriruo.x FROM ACTUAL PRACTICE or LAW leave it by will to any one, nor could it bo time the square baa undergone several aheratiwu lute i and anchored in the North Hirer tIthe
The Province of East Florida was ceded attached ror do'. In the anicltf -
Judau. htfl'. t. or levied upon in any way accompanying an error occurs battery.
There is aU..,we learn.; a large number of by Spain tu the United States, with the condition I In abort it was a mere right of occupation It b stated the "..ot is situ te" on the aouib- Mr. 14&YaraITOf and family landed nail s.

highly important letters from European corretpondenco that all concessions of land made to the similar toe lease from the King until the occupier eastern extra uit> of the city." For the information a salute from the ship, about 11 o'dock..1IIpraree i h++ur

of high rank throwing light on inhabitants,previous the to a certain, the date agreed obtained the Kiug't absolute title, of the writer we state the Fort to be on the 'cd to the house of a relative is
upon parties by SpanisbGo'erumeot.1 which was indefeasible. Greenwich
bis mysterious expedition to Mexico whichMrvcfTcr Northeastern extremity.We streer.
.oa turned so effectually again-t if such change had taken 8. The Spanish Government hardly ever A romiderable number of people! (follow! ,.8.

bits treason against the United States.It .- place.The. denied to any penoll.tbe right of changing mentioned Mr. L.. whom, on reaching; his residence"
King of Spain by virtue of His Constitutional his hut week the lass of Thirteen
and addressed follows
appears that William Pitbthenthe Briti b by petition, granting aow11emorial as :
Premier,was cincerued in that project and authority, and bv bis policy which title for other land in another ;, bead of Catty+ belonging to Fraruu R.ol &laW:. FHIoir Citizens-I feel I much happtaea Iilo

especially countenanced the attempt of Col. veined his American Dominions, never place but whenever the person moved his &t. AUeliua. Tin was 'a u.uuke Tbej at your ror.lialIrom* of my return ....
Burr. tingland was then at war with Spain subjected His Governor of East Florida to residence to that new pl.ice the old place belonged to ftawaaSMCAU.o 'Uueaa VuU.o. beg to a'.nre Sot that during my new ssta U

and the British Cabinet was very desirous o f His laws and Royal Proclamations w'.entbepolitical from,which be moved wascontidered vacant I hate studied all that gas due to to the dig out1'uat i

crippling their power la tbe South American state of the Province rendered ituece.larl and was op"n to be again granted by Government Toud .-The town uf,'ow-Brunswick wasturned nity of my country it*general interest sal

possessions.Of to have resource to more liberal t to any other petitioner, whoso me. on the 19th ulL with a most desiruciiv welfare." And

that period of his life, during which be measures. So that the puweroCaelineroe.h' morial could obtain it : this new memorial storm which destroyed tuucu property nod Three hearty cheers were given and tit Amt

was a (ormWablarompet with Mr.Jefferson and without restricting was granted into concealed all the preceding ones : so thai canted the lose ol .,reral lives. people dispersed. Au.ti!
Governor of E. Florida. so that the last occupier under the last lie then withdrew AndAlbs,
i for tho Presidency, there i. no letter ort memorial The storm commenced Middle to a window in fachtmber.
document remaining. That portion of Col The Governor of Havana even now in had the exclusive right under the King at Bush, sbou tow ami! a ,friend announced thai ia I .
Burr's eventful life rests, therefore ,on his time of pea e, can enforce or suspend the tt+ tho land and excluded all former memo ( miles from New Urunswick, where it did consequence of fatigue, it would be iroi-o o Ala-

own personal character, for truth and accu execution of any law or royal order when rials. much ditnijc-thence to Ihseat.wdy, a heat little ble for Mr. I.. at that Unit to receive hi* & I Altet

racy. In that respect he stands oo precisely he thinks tbat it will be for the, good of theKing's 'J. The Governor's authority was not particip f. village ituste'i on the lisritau distance low citizens individually $but it was rxpectei' p ToCo

tbe same footing as Mr. Jefferson. Go" rumeo"'and for the advantage ted by any.one be was alone and abolut'ly about three and a h -If miles from New ttruus- that the Corporation of lint City would m tb tttctne

The letters and memoirs JeflVrson made of the island of Cuba''either extend curtail exercised his jurisdiction and his Itnmmnlld. wick. consisting of..bout twenty dwellings,ell oil a speedy arrangement for that purpose.
sensation in the or suppress such royal orders. From this I it ., -constituted the I hm within the We aftalad
Q great n ben they appeared which were destroyed with |the of to learn. (says the New Ysti
-those of Burr are calculated, from is evident that the Governor of East province,no one could revoke them except I tbree. It then entered New exception Journal oC avreefrorn the convcnaass BretCam
acted with absolute power, and without tbe he himself br by of Mr. Did"ChaJ
their revelations, touching Important periods a contrary command. His LIVJJIQSTOI. that his return tad*
of history, to be even more interesting.The i intervention of. any other autburh)'. decree could 'only be called in question b 7 Church, Neilson. tichurensn, and Burnett United States is not to b. taken as an si I

papers and documents already put Fixing this as a r.rinfiple. this power of appealing tel higher courts out of tbe province. streets carry tuf destruction bejbra.it$ omen. Among the reasons>> for it, is the eV

by Colonel Burr. in tbe hands of his early those Governors or diminish .In.. _nil n .ui tnattara.."... %/\nAmtn wuvviwiU|.|*1119... w|ll_pcrijr..___r _Vt?.lUg!..-. I, As near as can be eitaiaed., fifty dweUiol sire to pattho President In possession of k* Cool
friend for publication after his death would the quantity of land granted to the inhabitants King of Spain of which the Governor was houses are destroyed and a vast number much views, more fully than ha cook well do ty Clatl

fill several volumes of modem typography. h gad new settlers. was optional, so that solo chief and with the supreme administration injured. Three persons were kilted aDd from letter. He bas not pe ..i'moDI the p** Carp]

government regulated the quantity grantedto of his interest (amongst which were one hundred to one hundred and 6fty rouudttd. pie or in tbe government of France, set

A fee worthThe London Chroni- each by Its own judgment,keeping always the Ktag's l,nd".)the King alone con&hear ian Tbe names of the killed are, the widow Van ostiledisposition toward us On the nbfc. n"i'
in view the primary object forwarding e appeal against the dispositions of we find Dui
for nothing to shake
cle March 1835 says:-"We understand theG9v Andde our often expresses'
Henrv Ooernm.
Eso: officer
growth of the creating an of toe
province by proprietors ernnr of East Florida. But confidence
with that
Mr. Sergeant W lde will not the regard to our affairs with France wi
Western Circuit. He is go stated ou to present nave whose industry and agricultural improvements : civil suits appeals. were heard in theCourtof Nary and a aon.of Judf e Ooeruoi. and a youth bi brought to a satisfactory and friendly a- r.le FetinGne.<

S received) a fee of Four Thousand Guinea 2n would redound to the advantageof f'haurery, or Royal Audience Patmaticipe. named 0 ay ard, son orDr.O.d. sue. Mr. LiviftosTon will soon repair H

a brief in the case of Small ant! Atwood in the Spanish Government. and with regard to military, rinters were 'I Washington, and no doubt government w3 I .
tbe Home of Lords, (about $25,0001 Iu Under these impressions and assisted by made to the Captain General of Cuba so that By the ti. S. Aliixe we have received the In ome cay put tbe people in pnsessioa s( Utter

consideration of this fee, bo gives up his cir :, our long experience of the successive progrets the power of Governor in the province was Charleston Courier of the lit insL/roo which the impressions made by his statement Gay'.
of laws ana regulations in this with
province the sole authority, superior to all besides GUY
cuit.-Sir Edward Sugden,in the same case, we make some extracts.A .
regard to donations of land ana concessionsof Can
received within it. and represented like all other .
fee of
a two thousand guineas THE
con such belonged to the King will ftliLLioiiAaiES or PHIUDIUBr.-
ai we endeavor Spanish Governors in America in their .
ditioned to I leave other causes and attend anon respective magician and From the last II Haw
delighting Pittshurg Advocate
for we
to point out tome things the common Provinces the astonishing q
that alone. It is difficult to say who will advantage of those inhabitants to whom as absolute;as the Royal King bimself.wiih'person tbe people of New York Among his ft a s, the following extract nf a letter from Pawdelphia. Ilavill.fo
bad the power
Coleridte.on the Western Solicitor Circuit. Mr. Justice lands are granted and should tbe merit of in the jurisdiction of'Government.without makes bis wife suddenly disappear a per relating tu some ..rtb.most we W Hick'

jeant Wilde Wert the leaden General.) and Mr. Ser Erieseems the present authority be appreciated, it may as I have before stated tbe possibility of I formance wbieb naturally enough creates especial individuals of that city. The first wet*** Hall
serve to settle some disputes concerning the wonderautl.curioI1l1' must mean Jacob R :way; the secoodfe- .
to "foave the best rhanee. It trill ho appeal to any other power within it from his | IIfH
priority of right of these concessions. orders. I leman ia Thomas P. Cope. bird. lies? IUyt

will curious.wnd to with enquire Ms retainers bow Mr.!Serjeant* Serjeant Wilde 1. When concessions were made by gov.ernmest 10. Superior officers exercising any 'particular Owing to tbo recent advance in the prices Pratt and tho fourth William Swans w flat

\\side has obtained tbe Consent of tile King individuals,, pursuant to a memorial jurisdiction, were all under the Gov I Iernor' of cotton read sugar,it is said,that the lands panacea. preprlttor. -B&iteis Atea.- IG Her
or petition previous to heir obtaining orders I in the South and South Tbere/saidwy. friend. steeds Mr
i and
to'take the name of Atchorl the nothing which concerned west tt adopted to the
name of a lie it ibe of Cirartl. n II.Keea
the title of T taecessor
maternal aunt.Anombcf I absolute dominion they did not the King's property or interests .could be growth of these articles, have been>1 ,eagerly
: have tbe right of absolute property or fee done without hia superior pcrmisiion end purchased,andithatarrsgneaienUa/e now in point! of",altb. He bpatdownatL9P&i *

simple' ; hot were exposed to the risk of be consent. He either extended or reduced the progress for corresponding increase in tho 000- should think be was worth .tserl Levy
oftfep New-IL dfurd Gazette, I ing superseded by another new concession of royal donations t he augmented or diminish cultivation of these two of rise more. He was long t partner of a bos* LewiUsk
coatalnjaf tee late news from France, bas the rrry'same governor under pretext of say ed the concessions, according to hll..tim.- Bottta. great staples engaged in the package sale of BrUkii fM* Lea t

been cent t. every captaiq of a whale ship misdemeanor or fault on the part of thirst lion of I greater or smaller deserts of him and! resided for sv number. ofyeaq in W ,
befogging"to lib country in the Pacific+, and grantee or which might such to the who solicited t land in the early part of his career as tt* 8t.II.
appear the
Bout AtlaaDe Oceaas .. or greater or lesser ten The.Augusta Chronicle the'oldest I
.Governor. Palam'ii meat of his firm. He retired (torn aet+s'the
dency of tbo
object to"ardtho
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prosperi State "
or6eoflll11 fersalt. ,
penults long since, and BOW oc

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iIIcttfin impro1'in lad. uf 1ltnel d mane i llQ0li*,-Wtc Jurist. LL persons having lematids _?ainit this ITH- itt: SubVnher i ,,,.. th* lbAI.lcain. or o GOOD harne.. at l Saddle hor<.. Cor al,.

e t l' Ii, thc rrfC1" time Ieiit hens Hl work ipubu..a-l Wasbinxtoiicilvsilted i tate Wtlliaoi Harvey ".e. will present I JLAufnHte and i.fil*cofintrvgetiefal 't-AIj apply at this.,5ce or at AIInV It&hlel.
,1tiIfo h' at .he' _tunc retil' 'r by JtttJgt Cranch, amrsted by It. them properly attested,and allpaisons indebtedto [y.that ha\ing r.uniedhnsineiaa t tumid rand: June 3d. 1831. 96wto .

'oa Isy ikpo4itI "It"rt"ill din O"t'. '.'S see part of:, pages each. said Estate will make imrtiediaie pavmcnt .'to (Fltiaehman'VII.r.) he i..te.d.lo dispose of -- _. -- V .
ttll't lie ut'fl" \'lid uUlnb I at Part I. cnuUl'tJ.e' opinions nf the Supreme JOS. I i. SMITH.; Admr. hit urge stock ofcroceiiss anti drv good' at such .ietlce Laul a..tlHt.

ria arC "ft inruuae .ic'' t.. he upurds4jitV COlin U 3 iruin August term 170), to February Dec, 11... 1831. prices as Ite is Mire mil give MtUlactioii.. nnd be j jbeta !
I.' Iii' ot arty tents ci mi. 1710 his fnet.da and the{ public to call ami ledge..V..ram IK INDF.KSIGNFD expects in rom
1i011r.' an "cnlt term : V** K menct snrveti lie land .
themselves. in
DB.1\t, township
ton..l..d ..OV .
111' | 4t H eo.itains Lord Rauond'a .a. .
I't'r HeporlsPaft
*;d earl' cia, it Itln"unt deridedin III addition tu the lock which he IfUJIIIVIkmm$ I3& 14 in ranees 38.W *sn..3l & 33. ?euth and
duUIII'I! fir i- it p.eiIi3r m8n III' contain VoO paje* of cases rIlm. SSUuw.o.mWg New Toil in Much I ut. and the late Meek *fj|. 81'" by eke U of My rnwinp. and respectfully

JI'pe-araure. I"ill \'f' you nil I\.i., 11 ticu. Comn. Pleas. and Chancery 1!33.PaU : AT '1'. MAST'S, (CA.) II. Ualdwin and Ca,h. has reeeitfd a supply url teqti*'sts the private land "''amlu'. to f.irii-h him

*in m.'lralh'f' .,f hit cisirirser noda' i h Kiuldtnl IV. contains t"t1It1"'I'UClDjituh the Earterterm othe Supreme Under thtdir JuIf mrrtlilult a Inker opinions / from New Vok.U of which their i respective grants, plat & ceniOeate of
I he will
emintn' ;
.0iher Cnur, U d.J .' teltn I3i.in323 had the trial ifseernl n.omhlC.tbe
.of. uIheli1jC. lie anspeculation ) thrard "nry paxes.As already HAVING of thi.. Ipstituiiun, e to sell (or rash or approved credit. : nrve.y-all m der the hand and i.d f th.Keep.
Ii i' As members ol the Bar hate prop'
til' ) >f the public' An hives
*** father. TIIEO.: F-.oTAnD. I I.r to enbf? > him t
It' .anae p rcha-ed iifl*" u f the work which are to be re I make a permanent establishment when* young their
,fIf't t".Jf" a rupture brine toem. Hud printed iu its. Jurist the publisher proposes 10 I Ladies may rrctivo a Solid*d I'oliti M ftiun, May Ifhh. IW5-$ ._-__ I ios.to rrsprciive hi. onsinal claim district He cakntatea', n return
tlttlt.d in
ih* month
.bcb rt\lin l. I" I "atloa, clad them in lour le.ie..o tuat Tho state Society at St. Mary is biahJt fa%*
E2V.fi >BBU Anguft
.tJ' sngr) ( I the in 'ocomplete to".bir.11 in range
ted and .cll .ir- Uke one or all.Thm 'Ub'C'ibefllDI'1 onraltbj the location one t" lItu.t Itewhhy .
"r could buy 580, nd .
be a township 0 <7 likewise the fraetionMotown.hiptfiAG. V
ft. l R. declared .,, Uirftr'l'|. .ir y.n buy series. No 1, will : the United State. while the rinse| of living i iI i" tango -
$ $$ TALLAIIA'f$I:.:, > rinco3f tfouth
Iar. I It i i. believed that ilwse. and
by which
\'H, decision ofth** Court ban act comparatively cheap
I buy upr.me
d! hut can II East It "
sell Me: March. ; .
'Oe'f' have "' 'lets hereailertobe recorded I inducements tof ether with the laudable cxer 4lh 1835 $ absolutely oecewary that the claim.antashoui1db.
of he
i .
a ,Oil tr n. r..1t bit Impteuc01.rb Educators ill I OlIN II I AT: I\ Governor and Commao- i Dissent or rrp'rsented Iyn
lions attroct
Hie current ont ofthis an .etu with opm the
d "HI' le. ,tlth urh a maa; un will for the Riduid S.CoseES C, derje.Ctijefcfthemilj of the Territory agent on ground whrni their claims are sue.ssyed. .
a"tru: turucd hit heel, : prepared preulr Florida, has constituted and appointed the. II.V A IIIXCiTONlJfp Sur
I lily following Exeentrxe: Htaff April. $933.
". enone'uICC'I' ,. iniuiedi iteU after tin) of I
will ailjtiurnmeui
Idt the treat roint.IC Reading Spelling. Writing. Geognphy, Tnos. "ROW'to he Adjutant fienerah
.1 ronlinucd my t"anpauion. ,b. e "rI. faml instead of cosiinx a. hereolhrufruu (' ,itiun. Arithmetic Mr cat ''
: giittlreratk4a11 tory r.nglish Grammar umpo| IIKKII' WAsntxbTu!.. Quarter Mauler Genl.II '8' fl'erk.V
.Thrr. Quaker, "hh fivu to ten dollars per *e i>nn, when taken Naturtl .
dressed Gfunteiry, Algelin. .Un.'pt.y RCTOR \V. llBADK of Leon
141 a H IIlf C- -0.II : a* n.ri..rUiu Jurnt wi.I u ric
elt"r, 'i.1 old .1\Ir. Chemistry' ,Dntan \strrinom> Itliel < fic.Criticisms PKTH .\ .fl&uyieii. Jr. ofjacksott \I AidfdeGKO. -
uccefeld him in bUflu' ,". !' eighty cnntaioiinndoilar tifi> cents.) Con on EnIU'.AICltnaIP. Femal liioyri 8. lUttKiss. KranUin ctnp.GEU. OF USEFUL AND INTLRESTL\Q
,. .Ml5 "1\0 "t'ilter. I itensml report* of th. previous terms, and the re. nd Natural _
n\ind aad :' phy.. Intellectual' Moral'Philosophy. E Com, Kseambia. J V KNtl.VI.FDGE.
1,111, It Ira,u.tich1rtr. 'u"of,b,' U"arc".r rmcle. purls fir elf'. deeideu in the Court ii'King'aU Tbedlngr Drawing Paintine, Emhrnidrry. Music And it i. weby required and ordered, that to IB
fre".Ieut -. CoMininu 1'1e.. Kxrh: Nii Print uumruTin ar RCMKHOCS
h qtier lstiiu.Spanish K oa vt.tet
lie and
ail 'Ii'I.att,1 iii frum ten French Language required all militia officers of the Territory respect and obey -
"nII'4rh..mttnl.\( -sr.a i ed J ranch I BYTIIK
a' by ndge
\'uriuu"ly ; DKIHCK
Iitr.at.\ 'l'tiebe't and Italinn. them as such nOjTOX iOUPA.\Y. .
dullal' .
taunc'reI thuUIU"I M.J"ud by $Ruus Dawi'i. Esq. 'The Term rep A ha. i f Bill E
Lady oIemizutqnalifirations. .otnm..nced uy order of the Governor and Command, in success which Las attended th
1I'tY wnsiucd pnhK
pttkctt i i. pr .r'" a'.' p i"li-hcil in pniitdicnl form in England, Itttrument A cation fir
0. "f l'hilll.II"'philt teaching Music on tariovt faihionallt tbifr I thf be.t ""Izine. from ih. En
fi.e ., nun' 'Jjave aol nt tn u* 'iv an as>nt in If "d.n I these .ill ,.
'u. .
. .hu. lor III ,, ,. And another vffittt ,rtgtiu\n tIe art Inu: DI\'Y r "/* na led.tn pret>* ,.
. Iy !i nlwaynlriv pre eeImc.. butiiisiuteii'leillogi.III is ready to give lessons in mwlrJ2. The In Adjutant Gen. of the Militia of Florida. pfnochcal inhere partituharir *, ,,pl"Vi'hTH2ij3
.m, nt.l c"tlrmnn, tiitli. his I eniir rep-rt. riinntne down. the fiattic, strnetre'ss in French speaks the hnffua with I and lastr of the American i nblit-"I.* it will )

'fhelc .titT. nn hn' r..luenn. grli' 1Ii", d il *. Th.. Juri-t publi.Ier.1.i monthlv ii'un fluency and correctness, and ha had much exx-| ANtrrAWT GCCALI'I ,raCE. I t be the object of the pmptietora make ih, work

fint on lit" ..,.. 41 i i. Ir. I' u. ;; b.'M M1. two hngUted and fil v six pog"*. thirti n rienee In every department the endravnnr alla.. .** M.rth Mitt 135. SIT V strictly what it. till indieatet. fa will nnt'rlbe

. Ittd ,tieffiu hi. h"cl.-I.hat: c1"I.'h"rSllan ,.r\"Iti,1a .tre iten' for T ti /),114". 'I'h** Jurisus will be to render Kdncitinnprartfco/ ai aot only I. u.. 'tntvoltri$ A-ljuuntGencr.il I to report less irontatn all articles ofinteient to its imtmsswhi ,

Iii p tlt. ar,. .rar" tu It1UI1(11h4a' ulrea. u-cr-ivc'l) a subrciiptioti which war the minds but the manners and moral nf the to tlw Wit lflpiirtment.th iiun ber of (h nppear in Foreign M . .we tklt ("" hvo: nnp"'lltt" 'ail. itp ,*oiititioui>r(> young Ladies will be regarded with assiduous at of the eflVetive militia wimin this Trrritry to Extenm: preparatinna hive ben entered into V
C"fllt..qllt"'Ih'O mep These ends.a-us contain .>f Chancery bntti, with .ni>-. and anthor .
\'." "ill a report tenlion. ; th- end that the quota A'Dllluthorizl'd' to aaid furnish (corn
U net oi.u-'i tiomv arc ... "tldi Cie tiinf a |>ference to the latest and run. I TrrHor.un') I* be ."".ithed. which cannot all r.nof the Union drawing*and lUustrMwusof

1M., f"turl' i* "** -*.-4I of tunny inillmna.are nine down t t"' Pir ie.t ilatt*. Ref erenas. be dotes until the effective"'iirilM>l th-' mili'ia every snbj -el interest, which tie pHiherseonfidenllj
'. .'I hI' | hUIIIll"tII, tti'iiisiiitls are The third tmet will rsIltSI4t i of a re ort of the Rev II. PRATT. made known It i.rdered and directed' there believe. will -nable them tn i ia.ne *
\' fftitli.III". bim, I do n pt Ire, Sliti TnnU ..tI! (''"ff'n Ca-m A. CL nee E..q.M' fore tlwt1bew-hth.lBeer. ihroiii.ho, the Territory work honorable to iu title! and acceptable to the

7.a tW n'' r.t ."ea'ilfin: i "'i' fr';"'' wria cn'i"tn of the Laws of the >"r. >ADLEH & l\IQUTI Gl1.i, l'a early &I pr>cticahle make nut and lor American p opU>.

tttd t. k."" .' man.jiet r1l' .UniteLittii" ; ..diledhy AnroiiO. Dnyton l l.q.: SI. Mnry'., May VO. IH35 ward a roster Png4dieHienrral C ef T.Ulah The: first number of thf> American Masazine.

.Thtrr it H I irO ani.IaI" n Iai ur.iI son .Ith ftrift vxi'l ronai;t .>thirt* en eiIei1lI.ra gf -- 'r .s.ee. In he co,ide.n .ed and nhmilted to the. illustrated witlt ah ui twenty splendid enf r ri,i-$
.; thr .Ihur. witfi i" R 11I.,1 ti..tl :tftt't'4 IN r nniiinn, at iho) rate of Ten Dollars Estate oflAent. Stephence. Adjutant General that thin iice.*arv informati I' will! appear on nr be.for*the rust of 8 |.t,mher,

gshekkh 1ut1(1e$". II IUHY ....M Ctt him, i $tulI4CiItwI'! lIiylakenth'r.ilIer of thno. 'I"Httk?. .muurtJnt t n Hie Territory on.'orida.' may. be I a..d I. be _continued. .monthly, cOln.inifltwnn._ ,
ur_ .tnull.-.... .,,."... .'i".-.. .Mil.--,is.- whale* 4 I' >.ill Uiti !>. "fen lh it thi work will give to I IX \\'e k.aft"r late I will npjilv, to the llou,. tent in th war d"l'a"rnrnt. I IBy t 'f Au(I slut ft W !iranrru'oc'avo page an l he fnrnUh
* .itbJi:rht' tlC't'omrc :111' .It Mr. 14. : Milnj ihrr at arali* mnrh below that at which 1 I S the Judr < fct.e ('.ns.4y ( ,'I *'f Si Johns orderurlhe Gnvrrnoi and Commander in !ed it the low rice of two dollars per annum. It I.1t

i. ftl'Ltu I'if'' ucalthy |Wn :ior <<( the mull worl.hn>'elMTnh.'r>-l'>P soIl L-w no.kI I 1 C'nuntyli. 'letter of Vnani41tIlti..n: on the "Iatet Chief. THOMAS DROWN.. wiltcompiiu'V. _
._.uI-nl. % C".ta''1luu !'"tlll'r.II". t inili<(..'.nts1e to the Ilrnr -.iOlI ; and that mem I' of Lieut I"I.I"1I1'.ttt *. ilcrd. Adjutant, Gen Florida .Militia. I Portraits and Oiocraphical Sketches nf tlt.tin .
i* II.htladlh..itn..iua! 'tialuujrfnmi IlIh.' br ftbe <. 'r *.1.0 l r.m-'e' in the interior will May 13. JOHN M.TONTANE. .1 eutslied Americ
.hitb Itt' hu ,ul'l.laN'' II"han "'.rhle'. ',u., the aiivantiig *>f rer> it ing them by intil.soa. I _-A Hook MIftNIIIg. MoijumenN and improvements Landv.pe

re 1111 11.tu" .nlhl white .rett"lI"iuu, to pnttixinin! 'pn.4e.,sii. uofihelat' eI..ci.i"nlllin To the Electors o f the County of M John: fBlIIC lat yolu"tt M.fGll.UO.Ni' ROME ii't., ttf'enciythe bound!**.* vnrtety and beauty .
p1rl.'J Dt ,r, but has Diithe iliHeittt'itn *nin\ I.npl-ind immediately after whkh, in this country will fnrui
Mr'' it of" Circtim tancr; 'have of Ixte tctulcil to pro M. utiasiiig from, the Library of the Subscri azrtiuc.aengsource
ll1" 1"uJri..lur..ta I' $pat lhe iM.vrtfii Th' pnMishfr cives nn .s-- inattartMii sod crailflcnUon.enrraviiizs
j; nr"
thk. -" e : shire in me n .l.-rc, tu 'I'o..t the people
Ite ..hil'In nllluull (4Esr nranr> tint llw w.uk Hill herenfter he recularlvi berThe .nI' the seriptionn of the chnracter. habit. &c. V
: is V
in .ninu
who hit it
I request
'KIl. dfthc County in the next Legislative Coun person ps
5n it flii' .1U'ttiii Ilulin. Mritu.tpuI1 ..u.'l. "".1 tnko< *|h. liderly In refer those who ed It. nf Dea.lr. Uird. Fifties and uuerts' t"'C'thrrwitty
J 14', Ia. ":i\.UI1" v. hi. throsht'ih..it cil. ami ns party distinctions nnd tlln-i.lera. to return every subject c.'nnrc'tedwchthe .
or Ih ::; * .\I .rri'a. IIlul rvrry quar'r of tions to have subsided. I feel that I History. Natural and Aitifirinl
nherls 1arti i the. number. can"lie received free' po t appear 27th. 1835.8 phyi renntees of V
'Vhis. .1fl i i. ,iIsteJ, u. n lum offer best services "hll.! May the 'conntrv ilhftrnted in famiiarand
A J. In.l ill ut !1cciir : 020 'DUFF GIU.C\. can now to you my a proper
Imt ,.4ntur" tn lIIunr. slid"I.cf.r' teealit' I rr lU.'oa Ci'lJ 183i. out incurring any personal opposition; or ill. OliTIIOPEUY, 1 manner: FREEMAN HUM.

haIr r'I'fP"C the hc.tirf rnill"ot I will. Independent tf the gratification thatit OR DI 1't Ut'l'lON UFTIIE FEET. Afient of the Dston Heiwick Company, 47

Hiie "1- .1.tLIN "ill ,,tin( ill Itc-ru"u'a.' ..1"'TIC1 would afford me to ho thus far rntrustcd f HI Ills* imnvrtati'' branch nf( ..ir<..ry.the object Cot rt otrfeet. U.'Uh JuJt ID. 1801.

tiitt'ftthr nutur" lu tIthe.' it PHI LLIPrf ha encaged an afnistaut with yourcoufidenre. 1 have other motives1 JL ofvhirh i i. to remedy all deformities of --_. --
rapi.H elsa' woy atllermaoht MR ? feet rnving latteraly be.owe the subject of Marshal'* ale.By .
more ) the
nvw' whenbediroifW ji% receive .ix; morn pupiU! under his tni in view.
in c. ...). \tsout 13 years ago. ,II.M He fendpfahiKcrNti.fut& nrknoMlftlgrruent*1 I desire to leO this county advanced in ;.:.rticuar! attention in France, and its treatment VIUTr of iwowiirs. filmic God fjTI .
Ibrr-tfipt fur bit medicine in h'tuar.'rpie4diiriiig his rc/t attended with decided .urwas isnsnitiff nut of the J-'nperinr Court fi
for the patronage \ her internal condition nnd her resource "e
I'Ia nit .1 l Ge-wnu jHiWicatiou. be. was a J rncmau lenceiifihreejcnr* in ihi rhy. iicctfnlly' >oli.. i proved.' desire to see St. Ausu.tinp. ''e. imlucvd during hi*time residence thorough in l4ri in instigation I8JI. tisdev..te the DUtr-ct of Kai: .'fotitl'lad I.,' i-.e direct"
t much of his 10
ies IlIrf'l'l fapfr ,tn/anufarturcr "itlirureelr cits continuance of it It and;, delivered. I will PSI Ole tu public sale in the

.* (l..Mr in bill.uekC\t. and rwidnjKin '$'&k" (()llOb,ing bra m'he.are taiighl in hi.sehiMit comr the rrand from concentrating the Atlantic to point the .Mexican of coinmuniralimi ofua of ihort the and minriit practice; and.elit.nnertherr nmler t einiiirtiis ; citvjof Augustine on th tf 4iuid.ty of June next .
: most
> Now be lives in 11 palace' iu Orthog'm-hv, l.nplisu (;rillutuar.'ritilt Arith. pr (being lh Ut; *> e'wen he Itouis wfle'n oVIock
a h'tle I-T Gulf aud 1 vet'tnteo tho iimny C'CVH be flateis huns( that lie has acquJri-d surh .
: hope
in foren .
in-tin nnd lInk K"t',. llg'- G' mHry, history, if-o Nin and two u'ciock in ihe flen.ass.ofiIit .
ItV. f'b"'ut 'trri t.u.r .: ted positions on the St Johns river occupied; knuw1ttdc.ftf the iii .."ullblt him with ee.nfi. all tin interest of Jhn U tun"
__ t [Ui-tnic. VntnraV 1'M'o.oiihir. \lvtholoiy.. Trigj .. day. ",
All d
_- .A. -- nnd settled aud into state oftiroductivo d..ael tn offer his serf ice.to tbe Jublic. iu described .. ,
.n'iIb''fb. ( "owtryIe: mirHtuui. !Savifatiniinu I brought a t, e foilotving tr.-cts f land n sb.! '
frets oftiie f set iu be divi Pn'RfnerR, I :< MitVf vine.-al>o Fiench hndtbefiM Reid cultivation.As .1._ "___,...:.hl._ ..... .. _....... .drM, Kir.. *".,, Intl,. !",,itle "' hns _River leiwecn ihr ,1 rv
Mr In the :. S. Ml L#. ftn u rinilenton-Mrs.AnBCawHH.il I nt"MIM nf Lntitt one of the moans .of accomplishing lop artidontat.L.UUIIiIhI urtliuse.s.j wbich.w take V' place 1WI"at different- known as uunrx Lake and th't kiow> as l!,.',>eI _

\hl..ZMr3 'Ij.st. Z>l I.nn( V'liine lJ>disari'lnsiructedin an apartment these ends it is ncrrssaiy that the untcrs of pe-iod- aH-r itnd thy are prudured bf a an ty ndn-f, ,Including th- pUce called UnO'( !.> U'nrTAi.s.onne
ftT nppropri.iled to their a -If 1 use. connected thnu.4n>l ai-d fif r acre. of 'ih.1 11
J Zfl the harbor should bo with those the mutcnUr or hgainrnt
' )1"'lIr.. T. C. Z)1..1'11 of rtusrs uffectinj c IOU. the Johns
Hd| r-rtan' TfnMvlnch: ar- nvlorate, may be known on river; 'sting the same Land former
of Six Mile Creek by n muni; or that n Into tem All the" C.I. M ...y he c< m.
J IMrirkJ.H : 'tis-
lift John V. 7.I.tr.. llatrv l; 'iily.J HI'Iliclt| tion at hi* Aci'hMtit..May I) granted to one Aaron T"A s's f'fiynms
a.V a.'p '"%...\\.\\f.U. tt Martiuely. U. Ge- 3d, ,. cal' nail Wnv should be laid from ibis city sons II..IYltlld vrmiiiPNily. cured.mint Thw necwaritytlrjmiul lima r- of Land on ll\\. *l Johns Ruer at I'ntn4 V
V toacc" nplUli a cure
to form a junction with iho nice propiard qiirf.i Vs.1a.eall.,1| Liule Orefefo: ':'. Afoth** undivided
o\ait.. .. from the Suwtiuuce to tho St. Johns. Ki np'Mi the n it.re and degree ef the dtfnrmity > one h.,Ifcf n t...r.' rf 4'0' ucrrs on Vi7is*

'V _I irriE.: : ther of then rk. would be sufunent toV ; and the de and sti'e health nf the pa* rff+k and n.>:jty llnrch r',.*r the head cf said;

1tflLE Jfft4L.4.e : r il11SlJRt:1flFa i: '\lUe liLeulw..cel cntintt-ract those! iuflnenres which hllvo been tient atrdeaseiif ten V ; hfi1h ". \LLi two thoiiMml and twenty aetes

;"Z t. 2b urn a!t.c. b, die I hands, to wnr k on in operation tn triple and destroy the rUe A confetti and firyA:2t.i on the river S Johns on both sides f'( tpiiiijtGarden
put b'en -| rrctified.
t eornllt 11
the Militirrro.n! Mwrcu ProlaiM and tiew.luan."II. years" ndinj; having | Clf'ek1.10 three hundred acres of
/ ., tintnn> nee ou the 2Otl. iimt I',. fe. turo prosptcis .)f Si Augustine. perioui.da.irnu. nf ocular proof, Din aitttfytl.cm Laud on St Jnbr.s River being -n undhidrdptrt

A : r.llce"i ila.% git en to white persons if a snilieientmi Tbfseaud' other objects corresponding .olvfs by application laWM I of J075 acres known bv the name of Jsck U'ri;bt.AuortQUarnfsnf V
: nit Hr f4ii he oMained Persons wialsengem.i4y importance I desire to see ncruniplubfd; ttf MICHEL. M. 0. Lmdm Dtalonrne .D.p nri

rrs will tn tIe uhscn which I would illingl'dooto n portion of No. 29", King St Charleston f. Ca. D Fontane. ALSO
_._ _. _M" _. ., nt. apply iininediate'y giinUy granted to Raphael a
i- : ST. -AUGUSTUS.ANRtVID ,.er ., risitd.cc at pit FrinciaDar racks or at his reri* my attention; .believing that the interests of]J I'4.. Person abroad wishing information, tra t of Lind on tlte) Santa Fe River of 1000 aj _
J'l'J. il : -.t Judge Ite id's iu t.Angu.tin*>. Those every man arc inseparably conuectcd with j will please a.ldn their 1ft.." (foaL Paid.) j ere being part of In'mdi.id-" irnetof-itHlD! acres

liunc iu lbs Con it try can apply to J L.\Vi'.li"IU', tho public welfare. E. U. GOULD.. Charleston. Juue.ld35.Wanferi.: I I nrif uially granted Joseph S. to.chtla.d! conveyed

11..t. iht> town iif Utd. .on the. _Hi__Johns I by him and Antonin Alvarez to Samuel
S hr. H S. :MiM.. t.thnni.: Chareston. 21L Hit Puolati. "'. L \NCY.. t Negroes and Fairhankt saMJhn
opposite ( A Ins Eltftorti del Condaito de San Juan. Fairlnuas, by PomiKl!
idIf -ar,-MerdaiHhzp-to V Sanchez and ntherss ; .U.'II iV Act. A.'. Ur. Master.St will liberal Curve hire of.iI.ble
S of the
:: I. give a prir D'I( :ronl. Aim a tract 3.IOO acres on *
Habiendo resadu riertas lieiettciones I
ill ii.cnS .Augu.tin July lit, IPJ3.triupes'ior ya y bodied men. to work at the Snw Mili at Pet Month side of th<* fUnM Fe river originally nrsnted1 -% --

Mr S. )WI.' t'I..... Char'eston. J .. rontidrraciones de partition y hnllan dome iicer'a (;.elc. Ca h will be paid monthly if required to Francis R 8al.fhez and conveyed 1. said .
U- fJourl-B- 'lorl. en Mfuacion de offerer tni servicios eu lacapacidad and I wish to ciiiitnrt by the thousand Sanchez and wifetosaij.Strnia.TakersaihoV

LI.TOt' 'LBT2"i-Il I ct.vu "tro repmentnnte en elCncrpn or by the curd for any quantity of Cypress h g-,V property >f iht estiia of the siid: John It. Str< itg,
., da-5n Vlianccry.P Legislutivn venidero; y quo cicrtascirrum to be delivered .it a-iid AMI. tlad timber tube cut V df' tn satisfy J"dces favor of Smith Goihun _
M Rl IUINING iittUfl rmt...,. *t th- City Muchel >tancias me hau indurido el de co dpllcnar on or out of the .Mills': tract. and Julia Gorham. SAMUEL DL.\IH.--

111:01 .\ultu..tiDo. Mtire Ins firMof April' vs.Nehemiah dicho Ademas dej honor i 'I'IIE'). FLOTD.I & V M.irshl.: _ _
!. 'i.e thirtietb ',l June which if not taken finish, Jus..erV.rd.. WilliimTiiorn ; baria si carco. quo I Ati'iu'ine. May 97th, |H3DU.WF.EOON \ Ir. -5- V
General to mo llegara a prf itnr acme vuestracouftanza S.- --e a -
"t dare month. will IN sent to the "
in Nlltb..auelVrU..,- i liilU Hnntingtun 1.11 TIP
HIS l',*t oftee a. DC-J Leue,. {[cnatiod I'rall. ...Marquand, Jeiomn John. ten;ootros mini a In viita. lenders his services to the'' Of the FRENCH HIGH GEiWAS La.. I

A. Leonardy Roqno 4 toii. liMf. l,vy, Jdiue* liiz. HUNn3Iurph". Mi deseoes, en primer lujpr.quo noestrornndado : ,Augustine and the ncUae..ntI ,
Afia r ftn. Mr. A. 2 Lauderman. IxiwardLindubar Edward M. Wiintaii. Thomus N'J.i .and John canihie sn actual Cfudicion, y mejorfir I Country in the varioti bmnrhea of his I'rur",. Vlion. : 6"U
ha A.... $'. \VA" Franrisco II Lewis. sue rerursos. Deseo igUMlmcnte quit lacttidnd I f i MONM J. J. UKLI SAmnst r Hpectf>*Uy
n w, LawrenceAe M Ul ipada Gomez widow of Fernando dela Ma de San Agustin sea a el $punte principal His alike is in the hon.e rwently occupied by tie*citizens f'(St. Aneu
beia iexr: *, UuhertAI Maz>ck, A.n 'iiderMowhtt z. Arreduutto. ft" ,. decd )1"ria1lnueh Tere de conceutracii'ti dcsdo cl, Atlantico has .. Dr Simons in Charlotte Hirert. VI an c..tlnt "f$ the multiplicity i of bit eug*thatbe cmenu
in tlwnbut' > Lanj iMJjrs.
II. R d.ard C. Crmrles 3 sa, tlorut<>4. Douunga ami Ru"a. children of eid1'srnaudt ci| ui*nti>inc
ta iolfudeMejicnycipero ann vcrmucbos I tir (,. coinpelled to relinquish the t44chiiic of tho _
Alf-r I.IH Jluu,.,'. 1'8 de la ANza Arredondo ; Francisco Lu. t"ANb paid Wood.TBIIIP. .
fir de lot sohre d hUb to
pttntosprincipales nglisb. and will deite limelfeuttirety
Atlea$$ W II. 3 Me Ire. U riel .; husband of tie-, said Ui'mii.na and Ruperteth4dra Subscriber winhe to purrha 'from notv
a i4 To the Aetol'ie.. Me Donald UarnetCansul husband of tbe aid Uur meat Antonio de San vetitejosamente ptildados y c'ul. ,.I J| one tit two hundred cords ui f good soundLUUITVGOD tltese languages I lie take.tutu method ..fh.li.r-
fur PorHjr.il 'J Mickler. Jacob ui lerruardi..n of said Uo a an infant ; and tivaclo..A cuyse logro e'.nece.nriiiquela* a* .V for ul.ich lice will pay the using tho e parents who wi hui bate their

biCo Reeeittr Public wOe Mot gan, Chti.tophernetf. Charles Uobiou Lxrcutor .>f the 'la.t will andtcsUtnenloftue Kuasde esta ftahia tubictco coiinercion con cash. JA5.II NUN. Ten taught on an improved .nd easy m*>Hlthat his
J ,. >. Derived, either at
Mc.Nither.Juhn said Fernando d. U Maza Arre.dondu. lat de Sir .1/i7rf Creek per media do un ca St. Augustine, May 27th. 1KU. 6tf. 0 French fe >nun class, |'a1Jie..t Peck..h.m can h If! past 8 tn 10
n. McMurchi* Mr.Maiiuey .
11.,. lana'.o Joseph, Ceeilio. Fernando and Fiedenca.infintchil. net 6 los quo limites un camiuo de etta do cuidad firrro so a unirve cotMtruyadeido con A N. or at Pr r rchtr', from lsfja.i4toG! ( f .V

BId"il, Mrs O. dreMoflgiucio Arredondo, dec'd mud Jose Oua. NOTICE M. p
el dude dicho rio do Sao Juan sf
btd ya propuesta His class of .Gentlevcn meets""
C. Olcatt, Caroline D. dar tuauiiauofaaid infants.Teresa Mhch ynunjr
ascertain fur
( & Bu"noce.-Una 6 otra ohm serin sufl illo4 P M.-Farther noiice: will
'It tp.I. Hew. c. A. I'. ami iuisa.Fatio. infant children of are considered to be of the first importance,what ternnon. rim
e- C&l pbe4I. Mrs. Ann rnlkinh.acn Charles Maria de la Luz Fatio. d.'e'd. Maria Isabel and ciente ftdeitrulr los influjosqueba babidoy is the real amount of inju"y prndnced by the an he given when hi* G rniut CUM, at JudeSuiab'

hIs Coetran.John I'ons FranciseA D. bleu, et, Arredoi.do. infant children of Peter Ar. ,hal para impedir lot futuros fentajoios pros esamphid severe weather of hist winter.1 wouldbe will commence. late
"I cls1I.. GPO I F. Pinckaton, M K. redtiudo, deceased aud Mauuela Lasaga admin pcctos do Hail Austin: thankful to the owner of Orangeilrt In the Private Tuition earlyln the mornn| and

e* \ntetJ'lOl)1; $'...). Mary istratnx.Puxed4s' Este oMeto, y otros tatubien doimportah. : City if they will be so obliging as to famish me in the aHerroon.Jaoe3d.gl3.. 9L

D. J'eunjrrr.Jsm.s Cocifario, vtlduw and admin 'tralis ciadese oTleguen a devido efecto, 6 euyo ia- wiifyhfe nnmber of tres which tbet havebaddesi I | :. .
IA flija. Get." Ie t Jotepti M. Ariedondo.dec'd.. Peter. Fernando. tento diriftiroguitosamentetoda mi atention. !.stroyed. together with their ages and their annnal
IW DiruWm. tI. 3 Robertson.Alex'rMDG' Aniunia. J.. L W O TIC E.
I Maruna Teodern UoluresandIoet rreo quest! Iqterea individual dove I product, aa near at ean. be ascertained. I ,
pOt que '
F-'eoni .4. Riddle Thomas children of said Joseph M. Arredondo. the star unido el bieo general t Jnne 3D, 1035. E. D. GOULD.HAV1NU &I.i IX WEEKS from this iMa will apply' to.
Uq&rV.. IIizAnteees. six last named. infants.Feination .. I V V tbe Judge af the County Court of St.John'sCounty .
ftliltOfl u a. el honor &e.
isM Mary usEiIth
Luis. Francisco. Gavins. MariaMautitll i 'l'IIB for Letters Adminintraiion on the Ef
G. 8we. tj-.}. .J. 2 *. Antonia. ..... CaUluia mud Lui Ar. Vuestro Concludadano. I business of importance in another ofilapoel .
CII. FratteisCirpeater. Scott John ,rediiiductuldrn of fertiando de la Maza Arredi ELIAS Ii.GOULD. !i .which einnot wellr managed ate ROll't cif MllogUOH, -_ _

G. 'rlrd, JO'fJtb 9 $coIt, AI, >ndo jun. der'd the seven last named infants, I without his presence offers for eak hw plantation St. Augustine 15th. April. 1833.j V

Cay Maua 8.Ott. Jarnee M. and Joe tJias Entral o, gnir Juunf said infants; The friemGQ ef Jlf Mil* on the banks nf the rjver Hi Johns..County of 8L I .

'rey, Fermena Still Mr*. motion c'flbe romplaiua solicitor and St. Johns County in the next LtgUUtive ,north Pieolsta House arid 81 mile flora I : weeks after data I wiB applr to the

lawkinsMw.ChsE.11. $Iibbjn., Clias L. ON' naviiigJnren made Hi appeerby aftiJalt, Council for this Tflrrito the City of St Au.Iti..pe oD' rro 01 1I&e.No,' FOUR. the Judge of the County Court for

itft Ravden. A. B. 2 Spinner. H..t th.' *U the tthove named dsfenaanU. excepting 'I St. Augustine May 19. 1835. iberia States wishing dehihlfal. cheap wja* St 'John's county for leave in ell the rut Estate
Utlm.( T. Charles Kobion Teresa Arredondo. and Teresa': errs residence in Vi.sidawil: find this aaebxibiepurchase Donald ..J toab.l&te ef said Connty.'dee.. :

It U-rls..Albert JttItal. 3 Tial E4wJ and | C. Tuv.nsesd.Jo L wrd M Wanton., Susan Morphy. and James ; I formation'respflcting ihejestite wDI address the 27th. !. V 84w,
Httl V John have for tale at my landing on the J U.gta Aagnitiae, Msy
Hhtklet.Mary Aha Tarer.Taylor R Peel Rce.r.ide out of this District and part of bam Credk. 8l John' River from titty to one I son. iiberattbPkotita bouse or B.A. Putnam "
tn United States md the rest of them in the hundred thousand dollars EIq. IJt.A12Oltlne. .
Hypes.4PlyS. 2 V ', Drieks. at eight per.i iI I NOICE. V .
SI : Vet Indie II is ordered. that the said sbseof J. W.JIERflPRTi43tie1Tot V
Harl.Ephrssm VanLew.ENuL i thousand they are one -size smaller' than the .
*- HsadersiHi. 6 I defendant do appear and answer the said com* I IpWuiit ,I Charleston and Savannah Bricks, as for the qual weeks after date I wRIapply' to tie Hen.
Rev. R. \V.
R lIiIbo. SliekelVb ubr. bill ur cnmplaihl. on or before tbe 20th I I ity. they are equal to them if not superior. I am ."IIrelf' 'l. SUC india ef the CoastConrt for thtf econ
day of December csxU otherwise the said bill will prepared to furnish those that wish to purchase, V 1tT0T1CF. hereby ,IYfln, TIuIt. Iii month tv of St. Johns for letter. *of administration ea the
.' K.Vratwnrtb.. R Itt. S be taken fro dm/uts against them one hundred thousand every thirty days if required 1. aft" the d,t. hereof iiubvcriber.admin, Esutts of SAJCUO DAVIS. TBOBAS PAIJKH, aid
...J"'IVhite.J- M. And tt in further ordered that this order be or I will get them ready a. otherwise order* istrator of the l::bta of Andrew "VUtOD late ol Gcoaec Cu.aiK.Ut of said roanty.dec uaed.
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Wi4iiston .: B. pitbhslMd once a week until the paid JJDth day of ed. by giving doe..Iiee.N. 81 John County_drcaamd.will present the aeconnt dllARLEH W. CLARKE
Luies Eo'illOtI. \\'it. Dcceu 'Ur next in the Florida! Herald Paled at B. The JnUngton Creek i* fiAeen miles of hi*administration to the HODOrabJcu'\hl St Aogustlse. May 87th. 1.D" Wj
Margaret Z St. Augustine thu Bib Coort'of.ld County for adjustment and .
LlwkJehii dav oJu e. 1836 above Jark.onm'.lad has n sale harbor, and County
uk.JameaC.t.. Zoller, Anderas \IIUUEUT RAYMOND REID- anv vessel that sails up the $t. John's, can load u..the.US theraftr pray leave to bt discharged' BODO havim located in tbe City of Bt

Judge Sop Court DUt. E. F. from.plank at m? landing. IioID bta Ad.n4DllUllioa. t..WW thankfully receive *s$
Aoj ttfie, 7th. July. 1_. COP1. .... '.: .. V REUBEN WRING.a. ., $. DWlH 'JENCKE8" ", '
atttsd all
J .10111'1 GRAYJr.. P. M.. 4 K. D GIUB Clnlc. *'. JO .: {. Augustine. May 27lh, 163B. 6ftf. Vw Much 30, l-6*> ,I .. prefessioasi| _

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PACT Jt!'tw Pf'btS','fillellltlae Store, DIARY QP THE WHATNIiR. 1

; .P..E2"" ; .etteeti 1ft. .......stele uidGrte8te 0,,.ts to J. tttntnftTHE Far the Moath ofNorapber.ed Dtetem- 45 40 35 30 H E F.ir t

...,,.i' tII .. iohkbiUnts of St Augustine and Its vi- her, 183t. and Jaauab'. February. and Z5630 Fit brteit; a
SOUL art informed that by the late and &lareb. J83.
THE THE ReusrPacket fichr. vtUa supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES 1 4 56 393d
An rahjroan art iwjwMMet! Potn. SAMUEL 8. MILLS. LVMAHSoDTnwtcE have been received: of a ehoict tad superior IIO'bOa. 43 Rtia Cloudy SDfW III

And isthis education This the mining Matter will con- quality they bus been telecttd with great can 172. 60 S1 Cloudy. 43 37 Charlesto..

Of inimorul spirit for theskiesTVotildyontliiistesch lions running between the above and warranted as pare snides. 76 56 Fair. 46 44 Cloudy e
at it tirtue, by restrain- ports, throughout tbe year. In addition to the above then is a splendid SGS 40 NV 6 66 50 8 W Rain .
\ Her Cabot is commodious and handsomely essortment of PERFUMERY. SPICES and 4, 85 498Es 9 ,
!rat I famished',and fitted espresa/ fur the accommodation FANCY ARTICLES-these articlss have caver 70 59 I 5650 NENE I
it dies of The table will be supplied beca mailed ia ;1 10 63 42 E Fair
Its beavMmmd a plrati ms till& passengers. this sty either ia quality or 8 rJ
51 SV
with the best the Markets afford. Copt. 8. takes quantity ; Cfoud,. 1 155 40
Thus 61 it tot a life beyond tbe grave, 7n 156 8 E Fair. oJ
this opportunity to return hit grateful thinks for At this store may be bad ROBINSON'S SU. ; 12 60 46
Di mskirt1 "It i a Mot an da slave past favors and to solicit a continuance of the PERIOR FOOD for cattcaxt, iiYittos, tad 8;; 73 ,46 8 \V Cloudy.9i56 13 71 50 8W

lust patronage orbit friend' and the public.St. others,'Dcb II PATENT IA RLEY tormakIng 46 N Fair. 14 63 54 8 EVa'ble
To earth born pawiont,and unholy Angus'ine July' 3d. 1831. BASLSY WAT KB la tea etlaetes,which betroRf- 101 58 48 N E f Apia.ll50 15 77 56
AndgroveJKftgapetiiesf Ob no I the soul ly recommended by ChI faculty at a notirictoui 41 i 16 88

nhioeed with shrine and foul with earth dust, 'BtRte .f .Gnid .w'Jilf ", tooling food for roTId of for 1 253 35 NV Fair 17 75 61 60 .

And for an emblem bearing o'er the whole aUDSCaiBER hating obtained Let aukiag tnoft IDtIDIIID8CaIP podding tad 1 363 41 W I 18 W 64 SV rstl0a.

Tbe euftful serpent, Dot the peaceful dove,, THE of Administration on the above Estate excetlenl for eonpa. 1 465;; 39 19 78 54 .bower tt M.
Also Robitoa't for mold
oft I
room the lion the court MRS county
Has no escntsjieeu fur the courts r.tVfcy ,sll persons hiving county claims are desired to pretest opener gruel ia ten arinattt oat half tat tz Jol 66 65 00 ,.. 20 63 52 NENW
law and prose of tht common or ErabdeagroatsBT 398E I 2 17561 E
the same within the time prescribed by ,
thin, mote false to Nature's noblest all persons indebted are required to make immediate Either of the above preparations made 171 63 45 I 9 81 41 W Cloudy
trust! i payment. ANDREW ANDERSON. with mAd rcla courbbing tad I light cU... 61 4t j 23 55 40

Why that restrain the spirit's upper flight, 2t b April. 1833. All the articles above enumerated art told 19: 60 SO NEe oadl' 2 458 40 N E Fir
oa the aoat'eseoatbletertns. 4 Mf.
And nuke Us dwelling ia loathsome dust. 2057 48 I 25 63 53

Until 'earth shadow bath eclipsed Ita'lihtf Estate ef &a rev WUNtI* 8Ie..cl8.111., 21 76 S6 8 W Fair. 2 17353: E
I is hereby given, 'ft.t elm months 2260 S5 N E Cloud .
Why clack the flesh-tbe sensual slave of sin, NOTICE data hereof the subscriber administrator THE Subscriber informs the pablie that ba' 2359 51 N \V : 7253 NE
iu the immortal wlihiut late 018t. fcrntsb Lumber cat to order at the 77 53 :5V
And leave rag* guest ofih Estate of Andrew \VillOa 24 72 58 8V Fair. 2 WI!
will .. account following prices 44 NWB
Johns deceased present
f ware! Tbe Israelite of old, who tore ethic County administration to the Honorable .the 9&iper )J.for first rats seleetodstull, for pa aamis 2 575 63 ; 60 47 dry & wanly .dv

The lion ia his path wbea poof and blind, County Coon of raid County adjustment,and doers eashe &C. 26 70 40 N \V ; 3 161 47 NBBJCCAMUULATIOir L j till
that be will! thereafter pray leave to be discharged 915 pet M for Weather boarding, scantling 27 M 44 I
lie ii/or-born : I nuin ins Aamtuistrauon. joist wad framing.. 2 859 45V I : .
to>> EDWIN T. JENCKES. 810 per H. merchantable. 2960 i i Average maximum &8. Minimum, 47.6. dc
GrindIn March 30. 1-Gtn IS pit M. lea if taken at the Mill.THEO.FLOTAED.. 30 59 a'i N \V I ProniliDJ winds. N E.

piisoo, and at times led forth to be June 3d, 314533 Fair Jaye 2j i Clood" 3 ; RaJa 4. tbi
A pander to PJu&tine revelry.Destroyed .- .,111'IM8

Under Ute mirth" "rflrle.or 1835.XeTICE ucaznon.stox.Average Avxxita KAOX or :art TituuumxTza hi avose
Maximum 65.5. Minimum 49,5. Tart: VIAM 1833.
bimsetf, and with him those that 1 1834. UD rw orgggggsass ItfdG.italr .
n..ftJC'f EAST FLORIDA I HEREBY GIVEN, to the creditors legatees Prevailing winds. N E. .. I efe
made At aambr S04 1634. IS and all entitled 10., p -
Avgttt S1IJOTICE persons to distribution Fair cll" 23; Cloudy 3; Rdoy4.ascwsca. clOud i Ant
A cruel mockery of his sightless eyes! ia tbt estate of Ambrose Hull, deed that all f s advu

.... So,tpo, the i..nallOol. when once betray. 1 1. Undersigned 18 HEREBY is prepared GIVEN to receive that such the claims efsiastsAid estate will be barred unless u. .'air. ..:.!S
the same be aressnted within two years. 1 .J "E n .; 3 si
ed CLAIMS occasioned the Uw.$ tai
fur of
IOSMS by Troops f
D. A. PUTNAM Adm',. G 8 63 Rlln.6t .
Totmni'iiertolnstit' 1 doth deli'ire the United States in the year 1619 and 1813 us Mayota 1b95.Snperivr fib : SaD! itb
have not heretofore beam presented to tbo Judgeotthh t lias. a.t .
.\poor,blind slave-the .ccfl"aDdJ'lIt of all.- District, or in which the evidence WAS 4 90 58 t tt: ... ,s. anA
'Fz ins--aed thousands Irish in the fall! withheld in consequence of the decision of the I:earl-lLast Fieri 5 tI I Stain =.. (QOtC) .....t1 ;$ utb

Secretary of the Treasury, that such claims were cla-Ia Chaucer: fit? sa Fair. --2
... _--!::! I co. It:ee c= .CIa! .- .". '" t .. \11tI2q -.. ire
t I not provided for by the treaty of S2d February VIRTUE: and in pursuance of a certain 760 40 II '
W"I .
RECEIVED on consignment splen BY Air :: :!;: :! !
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JUdT attetttttent of seasonable read made 1 1819 between the Governments of the United order or the said coon madeud 86? ,+ E i

aluthiD,.Oe&** of Better,also silk and straw I! States and Spain. entered ia the cast of Zepb. Kingtlev, vs: Waters 85 46 I t -Mm. ..: .q" : tt'1 .a ea
hiU,-aJ! ofwbieh I will Mil! by wholesale or retail i!, Each chum will be preferred in the form of a Smith,el. al and i. pursuance of an addi 1 09 51 '" 0,5I 5set
at very trifling advance from N York ricer. I;; petition,to which t iViUoner will set forth par f.i tional order of raid Court of tbt i5thJuot, 1835; i .'as, ICltIQ"'':': C. eQ', a
T. FLOTAUU. ticalariy the nature and amount .>f the louses sustained I will expose to public sale in front of the Court 1 1 70 52 r sE7950 'rn ;S3 x Sg 1 :2.0

June lOtb, 1MB.Admliilfttrafor's. -the time at which they occurred and [as I, House in the City Aogastiae on the 3d Mon IX Alinli --" "'L'1''CIQ. r 2r !. a.n
the cue*'Aiay be] that the claim has not been be .j day of July o'xt, between the boors of 1 1 o'clock 1' 7L' SB'l476 I -fI, .'of: ... to-ra y. ...r.. = a 041ay
Notice fore presented to the Judge of this district or that 'in I the forenoon and:3 o'clock in the afternoon of 01 I S'.2. ...:.. 7"! cqacjt rMoatb =- g co o h
LL .. the evid Dee in said claim was withheld in eon I that day. tbe foils wing described propen,.lea win 1 577 63 I eI i I :l )1 .. I g83 g$& -:: 8 ; jilt
A PERSONS having claims demands cquene* oftta 4a.M.n .r the rteretary of the : all that e.rtailllat, piece or parcel land, with 77 61 Cl'd". gfejg'g'S5t j : : t!
2m. of any nature ulkataer against the Estate Treasury The petitioner will moreover averthat I I the ron thereon situate, I his and be- I "O. : -:1 fret
of Lewi* Matt sir,lteof Duval County,deceased, I I at 'be time of suffering the la'sea complainedof :'. log orange in the city, of St. Augustine, Hospital ward 1 780 61 nld I 1.!;:;;:i .!ti
tire required to present them duly authenticated he was a subject of Spain and that pre iou to i I Ito bounding on the East front by Bridge Creek.on 7: 46 Fair _. I etcgal
to the tiubscribcr. AU accounts, claims or da the happening of said losses the Agent or I,i South and West by lands of E. B. Gould and on 1 92 42 1'1' E >BIABT or THE Tf EATIIf-R FOR THE MOffTB It !
Minds, not presented vtitbin the period of twoyears Troops or the United States bad entered East !I I the north by a Lot formerly belonging to James 58 41 {or Arati >,.
from she date hereof ss required of the Florida. i j:i Baker,containing about two acre*.-ALSO, a 2 163 43 sty era
statute,will be barred of operation of law. The petition tigntd ly As petitioner will be 1'. that piece or parcel oT Land situate lying and f8 42 If" ,. i OS: 2: ::;
Claims against the did Ltste authenticated as filed with& the undersigned.who will then appointa being in the cny of St Augustine,Car a Ward IUD 36 : S. D- 0 Remarks.
*forf*aid may Lxvr be handed in at lira office of Messrs.UotrcLis time fur receiving proofs ia.apP'rtortb8ll e.i north of the old fortification Unas end gate bounded 2 456 38 I M C. !tr! 71t

& ct Ht. AugiHtitie. i All claims must be presented within one year oa the East by tbs publio road leading from 2 546 28
I'IUIILL.aIATTIlR.. from the 2&th of June last said city of St Augustine to Jacksonville on tbt 175 50 d E Fair -- I cras
2 U 29
April 15, Administratrix. : Applications be made at the Chambers of West by St. S.bDliln'.IIer. on the Sooth by 28056
the Judge between the hours often jotcriu the Lands of Lopez,Ilataaaez and others beiut to 27 55 33 I E I 380 57V Its
Valuable I'laHtatfoH and day. ROOT. RAYMOND REIP.i front on the roadahontfiv* hundred and sixty 65 55 V.r. Ce t tl's
ft'cgrecs for Sale. i Judge of the Sup'r Court Dtst. E. Florida. nine feet, and containing sixteen acres more ori 88 53 II CI'di. 4 76 43 swNW Morning overeat.

fflHB tJU8gCRIBEIt.de bleats aha II I I less.-ALSO, all that certain tract piece or parcel 87 51 Fair 5 61 41
H Territory offers his plantation: for I sale The Silk CtUtarist.' I!'of land called"Sanehex Pine Barren" to tbt 667 55 aspt
Mtnated oti Amelia Wand,7 nudes somhof Fer North of tbe old Military Poland about twenty aUA'ITOLA'I'IOl.AyerlJo 7 71 45
nandina, on the Main Steam Boat Navigation. THE Incentive Committee of the Hartford miles from St. Augustine, containing honored Maximum 63.7; Minimum 40.6. 863 SINE rou
compris'iDf 530 acres prime oak and hickory land Silk Society, have commenced a cn.. and surveyed br Robt. Mellardy on Prevailing winds. N E aad N \V. 9 74 61 S E RaiD rah
ia tfeo Di+h .
with a bndtomtWuf.! 4 ova mile in length formng monthl) Publication called the Silk Cnliuristand the 12th Aep1.181R. SAMUEL BLAIR.i Fair dIJI.22; eloudy 0; nioy 3- 1 081 56 N E: l vii

a pleasant and htatihv re Menee.. ALSO A Farmers' Manual i June 16th. 1835. Marshal.Cewr ,.
.JAlfUAaViad. 11 70 57
The object of tbe publication is to disseminatea .
erect of 500 acres excellent qualified Unit, 3 n
miles loath of the shove mentioned, embracing thorough knowledge of the cultivation of the 1 26355
4 snperinr variety of soil, adopted to the gmwthcfsuffir Mulberry Tree, in all its varieties-the rearingof Superior I-East Fieri Q a \ Weather Remark. 13 80- 00 S E our
cane corn cotton Ac. Of the first Silk VVorms-Tbe productions of Cocoons, V mentioned 530 acres BOO acres are elrared. and and rile Reeling ur ilk. in the most approved IN CHANCERY. 1 57363 (

if of the first quality, fur production of cotton, method. importance of this knowledge will 1 Sl 33 NAY fair.Se 16 75 50 J.
.u,.,. &e.With appear from the fact, that the net product of land Elizabeth Bunch, 38 Va'ble. .. 17 p 59 N E Fair I
the above, the subscriber offers GO likely devoted tu the culture of Silk, is double, if not vs.t .. ear
negroes, in fatuities (or more to suit the purchaser triple,to that derived from any other xrop which Thomas H.Duramen. Douglas Dnmmett.; Cite G8 50 SV 1 870 64 S E j 1
) together with number ofhorsrs and Cattle can be pat upon it. It is also a fact that etmoderate t .ly G. Muinminxs e, Kamuel McCartney. Alexander 452 30 NE Cloud,. 1 97663 S arcin
plantation utensils, &c. For particulars applyto farmer can raise several ha ndred dollars Gordon. Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph 34 30.' 2 08563 ,
ths Subscriber. ROOT. 11ARRISO worth of Silk without interfering with bis ordinary I Lawton A Charles Lawton. 44 30 N \V Fair. Stormy 6t 21 85 63 8WNE bower ttSP.KXCAHTULATIOV. .M. ran

Amelia Island.9th June, 1635. 11-Gw.JfeA I agricultural operations. not in order to. ON MOTION OF THE COMPLAIN 753 44 N E"' (cold 22 68 63 RaiuCldy onI
avail himself of this facility to obtain competency solicitor, and it having been nude to 5/3 40 Va'hle Raia. 23 70 59 th
and wealth which our soil and climate have giv* i I appear by affidavit.That the said icily G.Momminge 30, '. .. Stormy 24 76 66 E Fair. itrlere.

Geraghty, en him. be must poasenhimselrof'uiformatroaothe s Samuel McCartney.Alexander Gordon 1 45 29 N Flir. 25 74 64 S .: llaio .
without it hi. will be
subject-for attempts i Nathaniel A. Thorn.Joseph Lawton and Charles .. ..
JUerrlMl Tailor, St. Atputine.HAS 1145 3u 26 84 64 SWN
fruitless. It is therefore the object of the Corn- i Lawton reside out of the Jurisdiction of this Fair. ru+i
total at his store recently opened, mittee to diffuse this information u extensivelyas Courts the aid Cicely G. Mommiogs in 1259 40 N E .. 'l18555

snwrtmeet goods of a superior P4lilr. possible, and at the cheapest rate. The publication part of tht Weat Indies, and the said Alexander toot 1 G8 49t 8 E .. 28 70 51 E re.re .
vhieh he will sell ate small advance above the will contain a complete manual or three to- I ,argon, Samuel McCartney, Nathaniel A. 14 67 so \V"' 29 74 58 E
New York prices I will keep on hand Hats, ry from sowing the seed to reeling the silk to i Thorn Charles Lawton and Joseph Lawton in 1 63 41 .. Raiu. 30 81 66 S E set

Boots. Bboes and G.ad.mln'Vearin, Apparel. getber with such facts and experiments u a Ihf the United States It is ordered that the abut i 1 51 38 N W urerothun1 f fri
.and various other articles the clotblnllin., enable farmers to raise Silk and U for
prepare named defendants do
appear and answer the said 1 17 54 47 N E Rlio.
for Winter and Summer dreia market without further knowtedg0 or animate .. complainants bill cf complaint on or before the I 59 37 NV Folr. Average maximum, 74.5; rafniumai, (7;.
STGeatlemsn' doming made to order and It will also contain interesting matter on egricul* twentieth day of Sept.next otherwise tboeaid 1 !I S. .. Prevailing wind.8. E.
in the no* fashionable and warranted total ti k'j I
manner iaReaenl.Terror.Tbe
subjects bill will will Fair 24
pro against .. days ; cloudy 4 ; rain 2.
59 48 E
tofu. Calturi'l will be published tat J And it is farther ordered that this order be >> Ike
monthly numbers of Eight Quarto Pages, at 60) 1 listed once a week until the said: ) 21 71 53 SV Cloud,. M.fr.z arc
cents No subscription will be received of March 62 41 NIVF.ir.5J .
year. next the Florida Herald. Dated &U i tea
f1Iae" arM 'ere.TilE :
unless paid in advance, and for not lest thane a Auastin..lbia'16tb day September 1814. 43 NE .. -' :- all
SUBSCRIBER tuts; received by th t :2. M Remark.
year A. A. PonuM, tolidtor.ROUT. 2420 N N M
from flnvannah and other late t Subscriptions received by F. G. Comstock RAYMOND REID 4 60 8V I1 -- tileriI
arrivals here an extensive and'very'' elegant as* Sec'ry.Hartford (Conn.) to whom, also. Com* Jiufes Ssp. Cratf Ditt. E. florid 73 60 .. sdoneratM 183 63 E r.irW t
sortinent of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY munications be addressed which if otitiiI
GOODS.IIAIOWARE.PERFUMERY.4c."e.whkhha may postpaid A trot copy-Attest, :T 78 &J .. Fair. 80 V.r Rain
.will to attended toUT
will eeU for cash collateral. K. D. GIBBS, CterJL 28 75 59 Va'ble Cloud 73 &j E Fair
or Editors who will copy the ,above shall receive ,. S
cnrity.as low or if possible lower than any other the publication for one year. 73 62 S Fair. rreab broom 4 75 tit 3 Strong Itr'...

house in the city He is determined to do a Hartford.April. 1835. Bit 1I0TIC=E. Gi 43 8 \V Ralo liah& N th'r (8464 8O ti3 Thunder. shower P H N
cash bosk tssoMV,and has reduced his prices. 3150 38 NV Fair J
to the very lowest ,ac... 'He Is grateful to his To prisons having tnsuuuteUhilit+ patent OfTHE 783 6'i 5 %
Hetlce f BaUdera.I
customers for past favors, and solicits them and 0 ascarisoiarIox.Average Sri 4 W rata

the public 'ftaereBr to call and examine his goods have for axle at my landing on the Jtclimd J'.. Patent Law directs,aha: lace Maximum 59.1 t Minimum 43.4. RR 711 oat
and hopes by cant attention :to business, sa Cruk St John's River, from fitly to one bfcfore b. prevents bit petition"every tht PreYliliDI "lad.. N E and ,,8V.' 1 75 67 N\\
to 11 .8
6.1 ? E
the t catty reduced of his goods to give hundred thousand Bricks, at eight dollars ,
pries eve* per of flute
Secretary signifying his Fair 21 A Tee
"y.....etioa. JOHN?. LIED CK. thousand, they are one size smaller than the tog a Patent,shall into the desire of obtaia i days i cloudy S ; rala15. 1 74 67 NE Cool and pleuant.
St. Aaptti...Jet. April, 1886. Charleston end Savannah Bricks as for the qual .I dollars,and shall take pay Treasury thirty wuaUA& t 7d 65 d E Frnb brreze. lue
ity, they are equal to them if not superior. I duplicate receipts out of 14 E+9 61 V Rain aDlfor .
N. B. A. supply of fresh BOOTS & SHOES prepared to furnish those that with to purchase am, w ich receipts be shall deliver to the Secretary of 2 36V Fair 1 8O 68 said IipUI II hr
State alas bt "
just received for isle as above.Livery one hundred thousand every thirty days if reqnir-I Ied. j;I presents his petition. 43 E .. 1 7. 6:1 E Fur site

.or I will.get them ready as otherwise ordered It baa been the practice to many cases,to tend 26 Cloud 7 1? 77 C'1 :1 E Frab breed. i
.dle. .. the money above mentioned to the N 1 76
by giving due notice. Secretary cf 4 4 flI W Fair 67U7816 rbCr.
ANEW Liver SuWs new opened near J. N. The Jnlingtoo Creek is Baleen mites State or to the SuperiotendfQt oldie PatBt Of 35 .. E .
.. '. store on Charlotte Street, above Jacksonville,and baa a cafe harbor end Gee; but to future all applicautt. for patents will 30" .a 78 &i rhowaruEvetria
where hones wffl be kept by the day,week or any vessel that sails op the 8L John's, can: load conform to the directions ol the law on the tab- : 2 176 Ilia S biD g' Tic
month,on reasonable terms;like wue horses and from a plank at ay landing .. "r bet, tad make the required payments into tht 21 l8 NN Cloud, I S 7b 70 air 'vet
ferriages to hire by the hoar or day b, REUBEN TARING.4t. rcuury. Fair I, 73 6f1 Cf sly Stormy.
a o. I OVAaD.np .AttgustlBe.May 870s, 18. .. 8tf. It will blacotDpilDClwaua the law.io this rea- afJ 3NW.' 74 G8 .E .1t
rill. j-u WMHHMB peel, Jpay the muoey to the Treasurer 01 tht it 40 28 Cloudy fiske.or ROW Z7658 Fair
eTIVE. .E.TW'') United States Washington or to his credo in i145 30 .. Fair 8E1 60Gil
... .
ear one dike sslccted depcsUa Saab.1111 31 HE II 2i 783S 9E 11a
18 HEREBY GIVEN, tettbooks torrec.i v' ....r .. e. receiptiithoald cttto by wham the payment : 53 32" 4. 8t 63s
lag subaer4piieae to tIM.p-italrtotk of Tit made and for what 84 6968N e
"Sratfera Uf hnnntt end :True CCS OM"wiUbtOftntdat ONE LARGE STONE HOUSE 1458 38 II 'S 86 ydooc
l At offiet of Tlimts DevsU*, sad LOT situated tn front of die As a notice to tha.S'ict was published oa .i.60 45 E II 31 tG 70 E
Eq. la tat lit f of tH Augttttiet oa the second Sea Wall. 3d of October last,cafficient lima bat elapsed for 1 6Q 43 .5 aala I T
day of Non..r nsri.U A M. and will bt _____ One HOUSE and LOT iaCbsrlotte III bellll *.! .a to tbeee *.w ed. Therefore I 1 50 89 N W Cloudy Aversp ..ulma..7tsallialtaam66,1.
kept open from tme to tiutsebysd'arottteat outil fees tbepateeu which may be seat the 8ecr.U1 1 PrnaUi .Winda, E tad 8 E. s
Street la excellent rsnalr 1E54 39 S E Fair
at i ix ia
the whole the stork shall bt.subscribed, not e tho oecnpatioa of Charts EcMoo Eeq.prettst or Sato cr 8aperiAtelkfiDt of'the Pale Qlc '. I 69 37. .. ebB 1 Fair days,86; Cloudy 2 1 Raia 4.HAVING .
ea.r thte It 01 M" .wan be -
wing thirty retarDed.
days. One HOUtfE and LOT ia ArtiBftiy Late b1ar
I o- 44 NEil
LOT CLARKE. ') copied by Judge Gocld.. Fees for espies of .,ctl. !eptcifeaiiona, ofcrawiogs 21 47 SE II 1'I".1It3U.... art
ROBT. RAYMOND REID, I Com',.. For tirmt, apply toJOHN or fof recording esaigaaieats nhpald basiacst of ietportvaro aaetatf t
TKOS. DOUGLAS, ''( M. FONTANE( ,A..&.. be traasaiiUtd to the BllpedD *atordae Pa 71 55 8. II .watch eiasot w Ubt _.... u
IntU. '_. teal .Oflee u cola,where they amount. lest 8 Cloudl without his freeetct of rs for ale bis plaataSoa
..LI 1 than lye dollars, II bank aotetasderiJtalBaai 24 88528EV .. 09 tha beaks cf.. river Si Johns. County of fit. rdtr
If F..8A".. will not be received. 40 N W .. Johns East FloHda-Tht pteatatkitt il about sit ,
+TICE. m
A VERY Fins tract of html containing 400 JOHN FOR8YTH.B. 12 HE II auto oonb Pkekta house tad 81ffi3esfrea

ALL PERSONS baviftj dsrasnds apIDlt the acres,situated oa the waters of Jaliag ton DS'Aansn o. S,.. 2753 M: N Wa RaJa I the City or&t A eto pfhOaI from.. Net*
& or I
A.*w J- fink/dec., are re 4 a... Citek. It is well l timbered with Cjpest. Cellars. AprU 11836. tUna States tam :ng a de&tafa..oamii wit,. ay,1
,.us to from vendor tibia then Ie dal' attested. within Iwa Live Oak and Pine[tad has open it larfe wiU I It'air !eiat noon lets residence ill Flertda wil i lad this asifiPorehMS ...

pkus .'M i..te dates bel thou indebted will 1 Orange Grove. It may be bad ca accommed CTThe: .. __It to ablish. &KUIU"'I lit -these desiroos of obtainios former it
pay meat to ting terms. Apply It the o len cf willtemtSiseeUco fbrmatiei resMot .. 8i
laws weakly three time Aytrlp lIulmam 54.3 t Nfsiasdm. 88,3 f |estate will tde ess lafmlMer&ei
1 1E+ O.IIOR A'ra.,. J.BVY. and cIt1Mlr..1o lilt i sub Picotaa boaster B.A. Pmuis.tfeAljtatiat. .
lul" 3 Jane 7tb, 1134.D01JGLAB *- Bo Findent 01I PrrtaiIiea "Ie', N W lad IN B .
4i I the Patent Office. ril 8 Pair ."..11 i eNsiyi iI nis .
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