Florida herald
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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: August 6, 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
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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dSCELLJXIC.111. point at the bottom. The eye snood! be'situated with grafting ".11. piece of bark b tbea Id. Flute budding. Shreds, with the fine moss' aad cotton wool are frequently

_.,,- ----- about a third from the top and the I,( taken from another tree and a small hole Stock cut obligely; Grtffe Flute et en ton- used as substitutes (or grafting thy or graftIn -

-[fro* As African Gardner's Msf int.l sUpnlcs,or other appendages that sometimes being made to the middle of if, it is placed fire -This is nothing more than the mode ; .11. the'men or cotton being tied firmly

.8Coinsec.#* Tru GIld Knife By the : accompany tbe petiole, as prickles &c, must I, en the escutcheon so .a to cover the whole above iioftcribed, with the end of the stock on with thread or strands of bass matting.In .
0*' =$otu. To wAltA is ailed de djf- be taken of with caution. With the point ;! elms except the bud which appears through cut obliquely iusteid uf'being left to he. afterwards
sao&f e/ Budding and oJ Il"liG- of the graft ing knife, the wood of tho es-j tbe bole. Abandngeislbenput over the +I II cut into shreds and twined down some of the states of Germany,..hit
ejeijtr fee* awiKrGftf/U'iff. extracted from cutcheon is then taken out leaving a small I I bark to keen the whole together. This'' over the tut* of bark, as in tube budding. a system pursued which is attended by very

L nnbn''s Gc,".,', Mogadne. piece immediately under the eye, and about mode of budding brother too intricate for H. HeasAccous Gram. Grefie Htrbacee beneficial results, in duTustag know ledge among -
< atiea of the a third of the escutcheon. The !bud thus ordinary curposcs;but it may lie worth adopting the common people. The.law does not
The propagation and raulilplk"anet..r! prepared are inserted in the stock and then I lor rare aod'clelielto trees. 1. Grafting upon fleshy or tuberculousroots allow a man to be married unless be can read
trees I I
Mtreat species aDd kinds of delctte .. tied as before. This mode of budding is 12. Budding trill a square Eicutcheon; ; Greffe na nacincfchranues ou tubercu write and cast accounts and any one who

r shrubs Hd plants,esPectallJ I perfect- tbat most generally used in European nurseries. Greffe en Ecutton cam. Three incisions leiut.-It not nnfrequently happens, that n employs a workman tbat cannot read and
growth; is. we believe, quite write fs liable to a heavy penalty. Atthosame
'I Be are mid in the stock, one transversal aid tubercle of georgiua root was found without
ty understood iu ralUnganal this couutrr.adehUg ,rora-havo j I 4. Escutcheon Budding with a growing : the two others longitudinal one beginningon eyes; and when this is the case, notwithstanding time provision is made for'public
eon eaethods or, almost the only !. Bud; Grtffe en,E cottonatee tin(EUpouuant. i each side of the horizontal one,and descending all the care of the cultivator, it may schools, to be paid ia part by government.
'. Iflog been in practice as unless it were i!I I The escutcheon is ('al. Iud placed in the I per adieularle four or five lines. remain in the ground one or two year without Crime is of very rare occurrence in these
meal of increasing plants from cuttings ii I i same manner as by the preceding method; I' They are lo.be four or five lines apart and budding, till at last it rots. This imperfection stales ; and particular! in the province: of

those! which propagate of easily the root. We bavo but at soon as it is inserted, the head of the to represent a long square the bottom line b easily discovered if the neck of Hapsburg one of these states.

- suckers observed, division in of tbe nurseries stock is cut ',fl'. and all Ibo buds that push .,: of which is wanting, This square strip or the tu'oris 'looked at attentively, for it is I '
lately from the escutcheon are rubbed off is raised and turned down. TIlt Pitcher Plant.-Few phots if wo
w methods hi .ns they plate square always there tbat tbe buds are found. In
itfd several '
l have .
bleb we : vi consider the structure of it- foliage, are moreinttr..ainrtbIUl ,
. K which new tar us, and appear. This mode of buddiog, when done escutcheon provided w ith a good eve, is this case, as soon as a grorgiua bud upon
" practice were quite in the spring has the then from branch of tho which is tbe pitcher pll..lor southern
of cut free
think from the i! great advantage a s 'ine other tuber has begun to geroiioate. ii .
should attetHief
success -
is found in other
which we India. It Celnn.J1a"a.and
would. if become :; forcing the hud lo'deelopeh.elrimmediate. to be propogated exactly of tbe samo *ixo is picked out with the point of tho grafting ,
Ibo practice exteusirely islands in the Indian It hat
known, be the means nf greatly firifitstittg i! I ly. tints gaining a year. However; it some- ': as tbe plate stripped down the stock: amt it knife and is taken away with small& piece Archipelago. ..
into several in
i. the multiplication of delicjtc !I limes happens that if tbe bud does not takethe is applied to the incision. which it mutt c v- o f the tubercle adhering to it. Onjtbe neck : tiansplaoted gardens
. found many exceedj0lydifficult : snputthosrocknot being able to find u er with the greatest exactness. This doing of th s barren tubercle small hole is made England where it great perfection.
et kinds which increase it has 'ecn extent. clr'unt-l I; from nil the shoots being rubbed off done, tbo plate of bark, which was hu*iUJ: in which the bud is inserted but iu such a .. Its stem is eighteen or twenty fret long.; It

. to the to any method of us they appear the stock or at least great down on the stork, is raised, Rod the escutcheon manner as tbat the l.ae of the !J-ud shall he branches out over the wires prepared to support
With trees, common graft.ietis it and bears leaves in the
:- and in the part of its length, dies of repll'tion."hen covered up to tbe eye; the line of perfectly on a level with the surface of the o numerous ,
a ; generally adopted budding ionciii( the month of form of a pitcher, aud which look mom like
F. is almost uuivrrsallv August, this mode ofbuel.lina junction is then coated with grafting war tubercle; and bcoineuted tvitbgrafting \\I'.
. pursued. than ..ruatllre. Tbo leaf
. oldstem ; seldom succeeds, because the young and the whole is tied like other buds! It. The tubercle is then planted in a pot. taking art the production
Very few attempts have been made to render including she stalk is feet loog. The
" nnd successful ..f the Ih..u& not having time to ripen perishes with Ip'prar.lbat this mode of budding w a t much care not to cover the neck on w hicli the grailI twt'<
II.. praeiicalile methods ninny laid don inmost thr frost, und often causes tbe death of the ,,, used formerly, and that it succeeded perfeclly is, and the pot is pluugod. in a hot bed uu'Jer''} pitcher i ic rather an at,pendage to the leaf.
3B eew and more recent than the I leaf itself. It i* hollowed" out like
Mot k. I t I ; hut. as it is rather tedious in the execution glass. When the graft (IMF taken properly I I
horticultaral liooks. more particularly., 5 Etcutckton Budding, with a dormant it is now seldom employed the plant is turned out into Ibo opeu bor I! an elongated: pitcher and is eight i or Wise
these in use by tbe French who faroxcfl veu inches Inn It i is atteuuafd at its base
Bud Greffe E 13. ;
r. ; r n cuwon awe un Bit dor-t t I Escutcheon budding with a portion vf der.
.. the Kngli horticnltnri'is in the mulapica mant., 'I.hit mode is similar tu the terminal buds where it is curved or arched, and then snd
preced- Grtffe en ecusson par portion A 2. Herbacious Furrow Grafting for vertical
I ciao plants;this is n w inc:to their knowledgeid lug but it i.i performed in 4'}.ttu ttrmiraalU. deuly turns upward. Iu its Young state it
Y. the,'arinUlrl- ; August and no- Apiece measuring six Shoots; Greffe htrbacte en Jiainure pour let
t -tabtelbyiulobnnd to thing i.i cut away from the stock till tbe or eight lines in length, cut from the top of a Omnif? *,.-A bud with u triangular slice off j!I is covered by a lid or npercuTunt. After
I nerimmts which they are continually makingfor the and tbe month of the
full.iwing 'I.ting.ln order to prevent tbo do- branch is slit in two. dividing the terminal bark and wood when iu a soft or b-rbaee-1 1 time lip opens,
the discovery of some new bavo method.extracted vclnprinriit nf the hud before that a.oo.- bud exactly iu the middle. An incision is i! oUt state is cut out of the scion and inserted -i; pitcher is ,exposed to view. The color is

5B The feMowme article we with the tbatit Though longer! l l.rfore it lakes effect this then made in the stork in the form of a T. ia a corresponding groove made in the !|!, pale green but often spotted with red and%

from Luadoa'iMagazior,ideas ..1Yell hope i I j'i mode of buddiuei i. more certain tu succeed and the half bud is inserted into it in the u- stock, a ligature applied, aud afterwards purple.An .
will t new asentsnmo
ttCe' some I I I than tho preceding tucttio.f. It has also tho seal manner. In case of need, the terminal grafting w ax. TblllUod. of grafting succeeds .
methods, building and English placed oat at compound
|ire' ucW' whichwillnotfailtobe upon merit of not hurting< sto k,if it dof not eye might be divided into four equal parts.The both with the young wood of trees and interest penny the of 5 cent at
ier'4ieceugrafth i I at rate
]I tokr. The inhab.tents of Vitr who bud be used insure with whether per
carryon ought to to hrrbat'ioulploot., perennial tbe
of great benefit to individuals, as to the pub.I at the birth of Jesus Const, Would in
the greatest commerce in fruit trees in success though this mode will sometimes or annual. M Tschoudy gave Ibo arbitrary have the .
translatedfrom 1786 e8Ol0'.oU.iam
io It produced
lie a
general. was
... Belgium w-+rk, by Mr. London thoindefati- I. the neighborhood of Paris, use it almost elI I I'succeed itha dormant bud. This method I II t I name of omnitigts to those plants, ali the i year of 2904)9i.ooaooo.ooo.ooo.ooo.eeo.oco)
elusive ly. This mode is that used I'I be useful if tbo be snoots of which have
generally to
may very propo- an equal tendency upwards 0 which would make
gable editor of the Card. MagM witb some I i <)KOQO,000sterling,
iu the British nurseries. gated has no young side shoots strong enough and which of course, are all equally i
I about 1100 millions of the size of
additions and alterations; but as we are sure globes
G, Escutcheon Budding without tin Wood; }'to admit eta bud being taken from them. I'I suitable to graft upon I interest it
in solid
it till be nue of the mod interesting articles I earth gold. At simple
Gff/ttn JETcuttdn dens de Bolt. It is ) suitable for Herbaceous Shoots :
According particularly rare trees with 3. Grafting for with have 7 Gd.
t in it would have produced and
uumbcr only
,ire our. present wo present en- to this mode, all the wood is taken away except scaly buds Iud opposite branches. opposite leaves; Grtffe Aerbtiett fOur? let BOUTgeons Boston Mercantile Journal.Mnjor .

n speck immediately under the bud; to 14. Annular Flute budding Greffe en a Fcuilks OppoIUI.I... the middle ofthe
" The article have translated
following wo the life'i>f this bud; however, that is Flute en Anneau. A. branch is chosen stem between
__ilh additions' and variations from speck 00' two opposite! eyes, an an- lI tuat. late Postmaster Genrraj
.altlO essential. Tho rest of the process. is as usual. tbo tree which is to be propagated as thick aullr and longitudinal incision is made tra- newly Minister to Spain, arrived '
and it appointed
rtfarticvltni Beige to
. 0 present Besides being very suitable for orange trees as, or thicker than Ibo stock, and a ring of i, versing the stem from one side to the other. at Richmond from the White Sulphur
than article
. readers
' oar as more complete any this mode of budding is used for all trees having bark including is from and The is ) its aud bottom
which has hitherto appeared on budding an eye rut it, graft cut angularly top Springs on the lOtb iost. oo-hs! way, h is
wad hrrbarcousgrafting in the English Ian.guage. hard wood, such as myrtles,hollies, and detached from it by splitting itperpendic. I ,aod inserted. The binding:, &c. is then understood to New York with "* view to

Wejiave given the PrufivU u..... all aualagons species' whether indigenous! ularly on one side, and then separating( it put on as usual. This mode of grafting b embark for I3 ain. Wo regret tt learn(says
of the different kinds, both of budding and or exotic. It no bo done cither witb the from.the wood by inserting under it the spatula : suitable for those species of trees and annual thO'RlrhmoocVhiS.,) that Atajnr.Y"
growing bud or dormant bud. like handle of tbe uud'Uoft kuife. A : or perrennia! plants tbe buds of which .
grafting; not only because think tho doing j jso .! health hat not much improved by his visit to
will be u'eful to gardeuers who visit the J, Escutcheon Budding with Pincers ; similar operation is then performed on the are opposite on Ibo stem, which happensmost the Virginia Springs'. .
Continentor read Trench books garden- ), Cnfe en E'cuuon Emporte piece. A pair stock; tbat is to say a ring uf !hark exactlyof frequently) nnthe central shoots plants j

fog,hut because many nf the terms are not i of pincers ought to lie made on purpose, the same size is detached from tho stem M. Tshoudy gives the name of multittgrs to !|.I Tho Silk Cocoon,,, *t:Mr.Samuel "-hit. ..
trtuilsted literally.. for example, the i a piece .if bark is taken off the stock.. With in the same manner, but without caring those plants tbo central shoots of which mirth or this ton e. i* now in full operation.It '

word grr c. (graft)ns generic term includiti ,i l the same instrument or with the blade of whether there are buts "n it or not. In its (. have a tendency! to rita more vertically) ,, is two hundred feet in length: and two st<,- .
ll hath grafting mud huddiot, where the ; the grafting; knife an escutcheon or plate of place is put Ibo ring taken from tbe branch and which hkvn consequently more visor ; ': ties in height. It i. Glled with ranges of sliding .
.. English and also the Germans use distinct{j bark 'having a vigorous eye in its centre is to be propagated with the precaution of; it b upou these central shoots that the grafts ,, drawers of twine lattice work, upon
taken nO'a young shoot of the tree to be pro- making the inner barks join together exactly ought to be made. !'I
Wordstar these two kinds operations... Tho which the worms (feed and these are iDter-
Germans uso the word rtrrrf lung enno *; pagnted. It must be exactly the same size both at top and bottom. No biudiog i is ap I 4. Grafting on the stem of Annual or Per- !' sewed by alleys, so that the building has

I4og or iuprovioE>> as including both graft- ni the wrnod made in the stock in order to I CUed; but the whole is covered with graft rennial Plants ; Grtffe stir Tige de PtantesAnnuclles fresh air'and li:hr. It capable or,feedi ;
; fill it with the greatest precision. When it is de
oeurliren. t ongucnt St. Fiacre) or grafting ou YiNm.Tbe period chosen four five millions of the .
in'Hepf n, sand budding, In En- or worm.t pre.seat
I properly) fixed, it is supported by the means Neither the branches the bead for bit mode of
*4 %h w. !lave no gnrdcniuc wnrl in I wax. nor of grafting is that of the great- i lime be has hat about eight buudrrU
thetwoiipcrationsnlihough the word express ineii ;, of grafting wax or soft wax. This method the stock are to be cut down until the bud cst vigor of tbe plant, that is some days before ib*>u,ands. lie has idem all in Y.rioUI'II r.
is excellent for budding old trees the thick: has taken. The two periods snort favorable its going into flower. The stem of the '
sign i might be used for sail purpose. i just out of tho egg to the winding Ibo coronns. -
| and rugged hark of which is not suitable for for this sort of budding are the time of the stock b cot through above n leaf as near as .

1. ttuDDi: o. Grejetpar CtmlftU.J. I the' ordinary modes. greatest movement in the spring, and at the possible to its petiole, aod a slit downwards *I. It is curious ounugh to sec the almost Invisible

Lffutcheon Budding without a Bud orBye 8. Escutcheon budding, with theE a turn. cad of its greatest movement in August. is made io the section. A section b taken little worms just frrnn an "I,,. less than
; Crt/e en E'cuuon inns Yeux The ed downwards; Gnffe en E'euason a nebourt.Tho This motto of budding has the advantage of off near Ibo root of the plant to be increased half th-size of n put's bead. Tu notice their ,
. object of this mode or budding is simply to escutcheon is cut in such a manner that never mutilating the stock because if it dues the end of which is cut iut. a wedge shapi. tspttkinn each successive dar more than '
cover a wound or a blemish in one tree by thr point of the eye when placed on the not take tbe bark of the ring supplies the. and i.interred i in tbe slip made in the stork doubling themselves iu size and, increasing

the lire bark of.n tbcr. Take (rem a tree stnek is turned dowwards, whether the incision place of that taken away. It b only suitable taking; great care of the leaf tin the latter ; ins few wicks from the mere mile to the
. of the sa-ne sort or at least of tbo same ,.ge in the stock is made in the usual manner for the propagation or\talaut trees, but for it '. that which must nourish the scion dimension of a three inch corpulent cater

. net as the wounded tree, a piece uf bark unlike>> a T reversed, thus, j* By this method also for tbe increase of all .rare trees with until it has taken thoroughly, by keeping up pill t. Then to notice their habits and instinct .
rather larger thin the wouud aud form it into ., tile buds are forced to grow in a direction bard wood such as tho American oaks aud the circulation of the sap. A bandage is applied and of taking their food eatingin '.

a regular shape ; then cut tbe !hark rouud opposite to that which they would have cbeinu's. and the junction covered with grilling. = a continued war half circle the -hafuntil

.. into the form and dimensions of the piece to i;I lUkpnoHturallyjbut" they soon resume their 15. Split Flute budding; Greff en Flute wax as before. When the graft has taken, It is ,'I! devoured. Again upon the preparation
be ietl'fl-ed..O that, tho Utter may be.let into I usual position; and the desired cud.viz., that /cnrfiit.-The only difference between this which is ascertaiucd by its growth the ligature for winding itself np in the cocoon attaching -

the former with the greatest exactness. The of increasing the size of Ibo fruit by stagat and tbe preceding mode i is, tbat if the ring b removed, and tho old leaf and the {, its two extremities to some object and
inner bark of the graft and that of the stock lug the returning sap, is thus by no meansattained. of bark containing the bud is larger than the shoots from the stock below the graft, are I then, ; throwing: oat its threads in every ,

. being fitted so as to joint perfectly all round, I spade prepared for it on the stock a piece removed. M.Tschoudygrafted in this manner ?,direction, until it excludes it.elf from sight.It .
. aad the shield closely l adhering to the tree io 0. Ilcvtrstd Escutcheon Budding; Grtfe i must be taken from it longitudinally, so all artichokes upon cardoons. and oilier thu erects its. tomb and euclosrs itself

every part it is kept on by ligature; and the en E'cutson renverse Tbe Escutcheon isprepared : to make it fit exactly. plants on their congeners. I I within its t.onru. .

edges of tbe wound are covered with grafting I in the form of a triangle; but in I 16. Flute budding by dost contact, Tube 5. Grafting on Succulents ; Greffe tits :M,. Wbhmarsb docs not feed his worms

vat or cly. It is a cmarkable fact whichwoe :, stead of bringing to a point under tbo eye, : budding; Grtffe en Flute far Juxtapciilion, Pima,,, Grauu.....Tako a young shoot or I Nt tbt Chinese mulberry. The
some are, perhaps, not aware of that I'; his pointed above if. It will t be perceivedI I turn Stiffittt.- -The head of the stock being leaf of a succulent plant, I I. e. of a cactus or : is upon ttad the are anx-

the wood formed under a piece of bark laI I I that ,incision in the bark of tbe stock must cot off, a ring of,bark 2 iu. or 3 in. long, is opuntia, and cutting its hue to a point or plant sirs to multiply yet rare them. by growers laying-do wu ali

strted in this manner even though that bark., be,.also reversed; that is to sar. f instead of removed;a shoot is then taken from tbe tree wedge, insert in a bole or slit made in the tide shoots. From the Irel.-.a.m..r. under
b.i.cheet a bud or eye, ivill be die wood of \:': being in the form of an upright T it must to be increased of exactly the same thickness I stem or>> leaf of another species but of tho cultivation by various gentlemen in this

r the tree from which the shield' was taken. i i:.i lie like a T turned upside down. To effect as the stock and a nog or tube of bark same genus. town,nod the care taken to increase them

la this star several differcni kinds of wood i,I this, the longitudinal incision Is made istiken off the thick eud without being split f i 6. Grafting the Melon ; Greffe dy Melon. : there is reason to believe the! supply will ho .
eight be formed on one tree without Intro- above the transversal one instead of ma* longitudinally, not quite so long as tbe piece On the stem of a cucumber, or any ether 'adequate to all ,demands next spnnMr..
during attegto .leaf belonging to these diflTewoods. :! king it below it. It is finished with ligaments of bark taken off the stock, butpro.ided' plant of the family ofCucurbitaea;. but hav U hit marsh has some trees three or four fret .

The fropartioii of flood introduced and grafting wax, as the preceeding with t"oor three good eyes. The tube tog some analogy with the melon choose a inbeighth, which althstood.the. sevetitv of
ail!am.,. lie limited in diameter the size modes In comparatively cool end moist thus formed b placed upon tbe stock in the vigorous part of a shoot hating a well developed last winter unharmed., On some of these

of tan poftion of bark put MB 'climates, like that of Britain the grafUog room of the one taken away sod care b taken ; leaf. In the axil of this cbalsa oblique trees the berry Is foood! and great care

2. EuddisR with a Bud or .Est, andacireiOsr wax may be dispensed with in seen easesas to make the two edges joia below. The''' cut b made of half its thick 0011. The'pointof will be taken to the. seed, so that tbe
EscvUkton; Cnfe m J3 cuwun par/no- Ibis and the three or four proceeding 0.... part of the stock which projects over the a melon shoot so far developed as to have precise character preserve of the plant. propagatedfrom
cWfi//, With lie point of a grafting knife This manner of budding almost tbe only ,ring bark b next split into shreds, and its fruit quite formed b then cut off and them be accurately ) >
er rather with that of a penknife,cat a small oaf used in tbe south of Europe, particularly ;brought down over it all round so as, when pointed at its end two inches below the fruit may Northmnpon DOWD.jour.I

bed opt of the tree to be prepogated, I at Genoa aod at llieres to multiply or 'secured by grafting clay, to keep it in its Jilt inserted is the cleft made in tbe stock ....
letviaf a aarrow rim of bark rowed it, and aage trees. It U also suitable for the prop place. This mode budding chiefly employed always taking care to spare the leaf until the .
tilling at alae same time, a portion of the ogatioa of trees having abundant- and gum. In tbo soath of France for propaga- scion has taken. The remaining pan of the ,e*She'Piil. U. 8. fie;

wood, whkb retaiaed. A bole.. it made io ID, up; audit might probably be idvaata- ,tang walnuts, cbesnnts figs mulberries, end operation b performed in the usual manner +* To drltt etfron a roen. Take half
ftettoek, of the same sk. ta the. bud and its tageously! employed to secure the success of other trees with thick bark and abundant with ligatures and grafting wax. This mode of a teaspoonful of well pulverized black .

t' and a defrfb equal to the ten,tb of'be'' resinous trees.I pith. of grafting ueeeeds pretty well ; but it has pepper one tea spoonfdl brown :sugar,. and -
piece ef wood Nit on. The whole is ..dja.tI I 10. Budding ret iitmu tree Greg's <. E' 17. Common Flute budding; Greffe en not hitherto been applied to any useful end. one table spoon of cream mix them well!
ed so that the bud. Kith its bark and )wood t f icusaon dMrires roiaettr. An incision is I Flute ordln '".*..Tbe bead of tho stock b Tomatoes may in tots manner be grafted on together and place them ia' a room on a

. lit &p tile woaad exactly; and the edges I made In tbe form of T, as if for an ordinary f eat oBi buttostead of removing a ring of potatoes, and it is said tbat potato plants ., plate where the flies are troublesome, and

tre tfceo eetcffd with grafting! wax. This bud in the bark of the stock A .double bark as so the preceding mode, it .b cut longitudinally thus treated produce good crops both of potatoes : they will soon$sp etf." .
mode of bttddief I, employed to eqaalko incision is then ..cloobUqueI1. about two into four or five strips, each 2 in. and tomatoes. We can vouch for the'correctness of the .

tat lower beds over a tree by removing ]I lines or two Hoes and a half from the upper or 3 iacbteloBf. and turned down, beiag Crafting Wpr may he formed with tur above recipe. W*tt tfceeiperiment.with

st mss, hID were taereare ton few. ':. p>4rt or Ibo T:this incision should penetrate I left still attached to the tree.". From a shoot pentloe, bees*wax resin, tad little tallow t..ere.. prpperadd'tugar, aad ion ery
3. EmI,,"ea Budding tri& tfe f under the bark to the thickness of nearly a line,or of the tree |o be ftropogated, a tube,of bark melted together 'It may either be put on Iu short time two thirds :disappeared,',... the .

the lark ; Gwjft en 'esaoa Mte. To so as to reach the soft wood. This mode H takes,famished with four or five eyes,ratberahorter the earn manner ea grafting clay,hot not I 1 cream and sugar. Th flies world: nds'' eat
lire the tseimeoB, a deep and traesTer- budding succeeds not only on retiaocs. tbao tho strips though longer more than a quarter of an inch in thickness; the popper i
set) 'idea is hinds. above a aseMiy and viw idJee. i- trees, but aho on all those that have a pa.I ba in tuba budding. When the taN of tbeKioab or it may be very thinly spread open cottoa ;

g ,.sb. ..; by wkWtawiB<< the blade and very abundant sap.Jl. I tHpped# the stock the strips of cloth, and used in shreds like sticking pi.... ;;(. lithe best an'f ate were written on 'If

f .. ........ eaterielr it rather Ceeerttl Buddingt Qrejb en E' bark are riMed over it, and fastened at the ter. 10 this last state It srrvrs both as a 11g. hit forehead, it would make him.. ,'f.til his bat
t--r-w->>;... diet wmm erase vw, a narrow Strip ofW cowerl. The bud is prepared as usual; bat top by a ligature Tbb.flatbed.of buddies; atcre for retaking the escutcheon tx- scion over h1I Jd. "H* f

three. w fotr Kaes breed, by 1 ia.or U when it U inserted the stock. instead of aKgatare b in very lottrll! 89 fetb ,Ia ,Fresco ndGenn&ny. in its place and as n covering for excluding Temperance, employment, and hor.

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-- .... -:-= the fcup, |,reifciou of gambling, and the put'iihmentandexpulsioa : TUK (P Ot ,IS.-T'" olrliea.tCOUU\ tOr to St. Sebastian's, whence they cannot be to 22) exactly as it had been brovglt ta

t : of Ramblers. Ibo far! famed M
FL... TORHERALD laving thus aggravated the whole band the father 6l fa'utory and bit account was for a roomrnt. he \1i11lC that the substantial notv r.malnthft; explanation, not a..... ;l\I

.. "', .. of those desperadoes, sail feeling,no security cOflid.titb additions, by Pliny, Tacitus, effect of the dispatches in question i* cv-and we think it not Improbable tbatlb es
,;. ', iaEl'KRY rUeLtf. E: Against their "c eIDci-lhe*, citizen met and a score of later "writers. The general without any_ material' i iatfinenre upon the ...,inlltnn'l letter to the flake de B .fr.1 1

'IEDr4ESD.41", 01 night iu the court home in a,large number account is well ka.rwa. When the buddies, Q ueen's cause. The people cube two provinces backrd by the onqoaliied approval d. C

*, :.. _. and there passed the foliowjoj rennin another sooa after springs up out or its ashes. are aodoublettly disaffected towards Hreaident may be satUfnetery, in the act*,
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I lion: '> The matt particular story is thi :- her majesty, because their privileges have uo&ttujfuroof) tof.thd french Ministry.
7ABU. M.AT."aOVlip. ItrsolctJ, That a notice be given to all "M Whra the felgh pfieit built a templo lIe been invaded by her government Bttt* we Artit tbe priwstgoJ'tbMbiil, the r....

."'. -' Professional Oamhlen.1bat the citizens of liopolis Egypt likeihe temple of Jernsa- ('cclqutto assured, that by wise concessionsto tier rwolved itself into a court and proeset -

; FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.. Vicktburg art rtio/rrcf exclude them from letup wbeahotd gathered the wood<< and i these provinces. By judicious mioa.ze-- i with Iho trial nf those .atsanagtbe I.,..... J
J" rATABLE HAlf TEAT IN ADVANCE. this place and iu ricinitt;'and that twenty let it on Gee, the altar to.offer sacrifice, a meat bv concentrating her farces on the. fibre prisoners, who bad cot.scnted to plea' .

_1V r four hours notice tie given them. ,to leave the bird came iuddooly ia the' sight 0f all. aud aDd by the assistance: atiC\hllo be given AccMtuts ate stttd in Ibo French pa,... ..

Af>vcfcTilBMCm! Inserted at OAe Dollar pl ace. 1 the fire and ", .burnt la the fire of to,her army.fro01 Portugal: the. recent misfortunes .to bno! been recefvrd from Cap niJr.\ -

per square ror the first, Insertion and Fife Resolved, that all persons permitting r rQdClliol I reJlt '//tod the ashes was kepi safely amongst which we regret being otorinclude who again ui outbniar.lhathki

ty Cents for each subsequent one. Longer in their henna, be also notified that ; and within three days was btigelf>>! the disaster that bas occurred %eea ueccWul In discoveries f: rtur trie* r

advertisements in proportion and no they will be prosecuted therefor. t., bred n little worm,that at last took the shape to.OjRa. will be :eventually repair of the wreck, and fate of tbe nnfortwin
ono will be considered jess than a square.A Resolved, That one hundred copies of the of
discount made to those who advertise foregoing resolutions be printed and stock oji : explanation is,that AO eagle turning at. the IRELAND. -
by the year. at the corners of the streets, and that this substance placed on tbs nltaras a sacrifice= ,
Atiauiio DISTRESS IattLt, The 4Mbi7
.... .- publication be deemed notice. ( nOn as scorched by fire and fell,into it,aud was I follon ing extract from the lit Mayo Constitutionwill : --
Sunday morning one of these notices ctnsumcd.After< several days worm was ,
From the 1 tektbur' R/lttr. was posted at the corners of each square In farad thospot. which "attest took the nfTord( a melancholy proof of the appalf '; 7r

The foil owing account uf some proceed the city. During that day (the 5th) a ma- shape of n bird and flow away." This was I' I liar elate of the peasantry in that part uf the ,

in;s of the citizens or this town which will jnrity of the gang, terrified l'y the threats enough to build! tb9 wonderful story o( the country. An able letter ,ou the same sul.

... excite the attention of the public, was prepared ofthe citizen, dispersed in different directions Phoenix upon. jest from the peu of tbe Most Revernd Dr.MacIIale taia.

by a ttime s of the facts detailed and without making any opposition. It .. .. ,,Catholic Archbishop or Truam, nce
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( the correctness of:ba account may be relied was sincerely hoped that the remainder WOMEI&W. copied from tbe Evening Freeman, places

would follow their example and thus tho distressins certainty of the commencement w
on.And as far a. we know, public opinion pro of actual famine in that district beyond) inU
vent n bloody termination of theitrife ith [By the Steam Packet David Brown.]
both in town, and country, is decidedly in i 'bad commenced. On two lnorJllul of tbe all doubt and contains an appeal to the bu- tlB
favor of the course pursued. We haro never Stb Ibo file NEW-YORK, July 80. mane avmpnthv of Government, which, I I a
known tbe military corps rollo"ed"1 a The packetship Caledonia ha* arrived will b .
public so on any of several hundred citizens marched to each trust not disregarded.'STAavATios of
: this forenoon from Liverpool whence she .
auIj f'ft AT Ijr.MSTcnic.-On Sat n
house and
Our city Isis for some time past' been the suspected sending examining sailed on the ICth, ult.-to which date ini is
committee faro urJay Morning a most melancholy
dragged out table
theatre of the most nnrel and startling scenes and otbergambling; apparatus every that could bo derive the Editors of the Commercial Ad- sudden death occurred Westport.,, so canape painful I QU' A,. ,.= an. rl
that no have ever wiiuesked. While{ waft I'I'fuund. I i verifier( have received their English pa as to have caused a great sensation there

rl' tint: the necessity fur such Iceoel.hc"ald At length they approached a house which ;, ucn.. which must awaken general cummisserationthrough WEDNESDAY, AUGl'ST 5, 183&Dt ..*U.
have existed wo aro proud of thepudic was occupied by ono of the most IroAirataof i ; the whole kingdom. Tuo following .. P
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of bad in either :
and ) offen Nothing moment transpired -
spirit iodigtiuton ngainst fife whose Rn.lln : affidavit bas reference to it. <<
den tlisplay.tl. by the citizens, hud congrat gang name was North | house of Parliament since our last ad Fatnxaicc Wxoot: his:>> been apps :
which it understood that of of wit. MatthiasMacDonncll.
was to
t a garrison County Mayo -
ulate ihew tn having at, length banished a vi ces. The Corporation Reform Dill was By ed Justice of.he Peare for the County of ak.
urmetl men bad been stationed. All hoped l. Esq. onset Hi M .Justices -
class of individuals, whose thatnelrss tic tu come fur second reading ou the
: : ea up : J.bn., vice Jon Lee \Vatu t o ,
that these
wretches would bo intimidated by uf Ibo Peace for said County. This I \ +skr J
15th. The Reformers
and daring outrages bare long, poisoned the the superior numbers of their assailants and evening; of Ibo distrust day came before mo nt office in West moved from >be County.
'* springs of morality, and Interrupted there* the friendtbip of Sir Robert Pt- l, nod my .t
urrender themselves at discretion rather part Pat Murray of lunisfurk, in mid County I .
latioos of society. For years past profes than are Mdmonithing their friends against apprehended A pinion of nut paper this creek Utta]
defene The ulio the Evangelists
n doing tf
attempt desperate duly sworti on holy itt
... sional gamblers,destitute of all sense of more house being surrounded tbe back door was to( Uill. amendments that may destroy t depotctliand' saitl, that bis brother by tn rt'cch. on grafting and bud al
ob1laatioa-uDcoODectcd with society bratty y burst open when four or five shots were fired SPAIN. James Murray left Inautuik on Tuesday. 1 braces all thoin" etpnrtNerJ ice IVanfe.on 44i i l.
of its ties
ordinary and intent
the; gratification .,their "rlre-haye only made ou I from the interior one of which instantly : In consequence of the suspension of .the tbe nth ult. fur Westport, to endeavor to i I f.reot kiodi of (.lints and wu are indue*! .

Vickstiarg; their place of rendezvous-nndiu I killed Doctor Hugh S. Bod Icy," citizen offsravishy foreign enlistment act in Great Britain byan |t procure by tbe labor of .Ms" hands, food fur a i publish| it, in the hopu it may be ofreuiitlithns d.
beloved nnJ: respected. The, interior wife and six children he left in the I.tlad! l.
; the very bosom our society boldly nlot- ordtr in Council as noted in a prec ed- i <*ofotir readers who naY with! t<> prartrt -
ted their vile and lawless was so dark that the villains could not be column tbo .1.{ | j quito destitute of any; that he was not aide I .
aucbiualious. ing greatest activity display-1 | upon their trees. Iti i i. raidtbt i if a 'o".a tmb
,..I I sere, as every wbero eke. the land of tbe seen the flash but of several their gnus of the, returned citizens,their guided fire.by- ed at the Spanish Ecn'tansy in London, in i j tu which procure ho remitted more than to his ono: dav'* the work, fur budded or f rafted from i it..lf. it will bear(nt
.. country the wars found wholly ineffectual I A yell from one of the party announced that leer j tho| formation of a corps of ten thousand se-1[ I I he cot: that ou Wednesday family from extreme"Jt'If | C'ji.UIrrabIy quicker than it would, if'l,'ft rUtr J.
for punishment of these individuals and ( men cotnmAuded by distinguished ufll- {
emboldened ono of the shots bad been effectual and by who with a.Uula debility ha died-tint fur the l.slmon1b. be i in tbe returns 'fA1.V Ihe' ibis be trust IIa
by impunity their numbers and : terSe are to proceed delay i ]
their crimes Imvo daily continued to multiply, this time a crowd of citizens, their (tndi na- delay ns ,possible from this country to tho i; felt himself tvery day petting weaker from n..t. it i. worth th! ex/.iu'ol. 1It
don overcoming all other feelings-burst open want ofjfuod aDd tl.i farther tin
; ; depunrnt
ivery species of transgrrsslon followed in North coast of Spain. The com nnud-in-
every other door of the building and tint be bas kwon him There w/a fall of Inner in Claremont ?s1G
their train. chief of this furco will be entrusted to of kwears : bit wife and I J
They ono
supjmrted, a large Hum ]
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bcr of tippling, houses, to which' they would drugged been into the light; those \\ho bad not the; most gallant officers iu our service!, w ho t'greatlv 'family to 'lir>*c bad rrcnnrso repeatedly to tho I van Co. N. II. in the 1st of Jnly. 4!

decoy youthful and and af wounded. distinguished himself in the iuf'tho I collection of sea wrcd, end small tbrllfikh a* .
unsuspecting, North tile alto had contrived war There wire 1V4 deaths in the city of N*
ringleader. j their sole of "
| means tcnance and that thetriflinn
them of Pctiinsuln and whose ; I
tcr stiippiag their send perfect
; possessions this desperate plot could not bo found iu of food .tho York during the week eodlag: on the 12th ist 1
portion which
them forth the ready and {desperate victims ; of the country will enable him to conduct t deponent
'uf vice. Our Itre.st."eO' ever resoondingwith the building but was nppreheuded by a ells this j expedition iu the roost satisfactory man had for his long suffering and helpless!" family I of wb:ch 19 were br cors-imptinn Tb belle

the echoes of their tlruukeu and obscene zee while attempting in company with anj j! tier| both as regards: the just cause uf the j he divided with his brother I deceased] of the city w.s remarkklly gd forth*staso;
other to make Jail escape at a place not far V i: and family unknown his:own uifn and cliil-) I I
mirth and no was secure from distant. Himself with the the Queen of Spain. and the glory of isle conn-1 i i JAMAICA.-Paper* from Jamaica receit
red of prisoner dreuvlin
their tillainy. Frequently in armed bodies, which is so deeply interested in arc now equally destitute. Strictly .
try putting "ed New
<. were then conducted iu silence theleafr.IeI. at York tn22d Juno, aro w&complaints
to eXlmiuelltnti!
they have disturbed the good order of publiassemblages c an end to the disastrous war that now rava- i strum tn before me, to do I ]
of the evils of the ;
One of apprentice
them tr
i in
not having been 1 10.tills Uth day of June 1635.M. .
tho Thus ,
intuited our citizens, aud defied the gas North of Spain. much from free labor Ii
our civil authorities Thus they hid continued i building before it was attacked nor ap-{ \ the Morning Chronicle. :The London 'Observercoutiiias 11A pON SELL I system. Ji U
to bolder in their : pearing to be concerned with the rest except'' the **lt that the unfortunate individual .
grow; ; following: appears J coon ; 1.'IUIJLt.The remains of tit
that he
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aud more formidable iu their numbers until 1''liberated.i j j was The the brother of one of them, \TAl'I' TilE SPAMSU ExFKnl 1105.-Measures alluded to, James /Murray was absolutelystarving : venrniMo Chief Justice reached KicbmnsJ,

the Saturday, tbe nth day of July, inst. j I I ( whom remaining number of for fitting out expedition are proceeding I with hi* family in the land of In- Virg. on tbd Dili in.t. in the Strain Bti; la"I
the individual who bad
irhrn our citizens hd astetuoled together I!, |'been among but was :' with extraordinary activity. A contract unstuck aud not baiug'tn, means whatever I Kentucky und were ci-nveyed to the esa
shot who still lived imme-I
with the Vicksburg Volunteers at a were was made ou Friday with the owners ofj of procuring food for himself, or them ou bury in; p1r"unll. The funeral service diatcly executed in etI
roe, to celebrate the day by their barba-j bled multitude. All(presence or tbo assrm-J j 1 some large steam vessels, to convey troops tho island, was induced taectne: Westport read by Bishop Moor, who we beiit...*
tivities. After dinner,etui during the deliv- wretches sympathy tho from Ireland to the Spanish coast and so to seek employment. but human nature was now upward of<< 80 year* old.-- "'l ,
Cry of the watts,one of tbeofficers, attempted I was completely merged dctl"t'-I! j ample are the means at disposal in this re1 exhausted by fii i. prtvtau..wfleriuj;*, mid h. m,..
enforce order and sileoce at the tablets ben l ion tnd horror of their come. The 1 i poet, that a vessel Is hourly expected to leave sunk the victim to famine! It It much to .I MIft

one or thou Gamblers, wboso name i I. Cab procession then returned to tbe city collected l the river on that service. Tenders for arm, be dreaded that this will Dot be n solitary Crint in Conncu/.-There are ia tk
1 Icr, and who bad Impudently thrust himself 1 all the Faro Tables into a pile nnd burnt 1 ammunition and warlike stores, on moderate case as the accounts from the different inlands : several prisons of Connecticut according t.

into tho company insulted the officers and I therar This being done a troop of hnr*ant r term*, and any length of credit it Is reported to the a est of this cIJUnl"'Aru' most appalling i tbo New England: Review; six pcrtenlawaiting -

t struck one of tho citizens, Indignation immediately I set out for a neighboring house to the residence hive been seat to the office of Mr.Carbonell mid as there still remains a period of,, their trials ou charges of manjerl

a ) rose 1.1&b. Iud it was only by the of flans two individual who 'had nt- ", to whom the Commissariat Department two months before any relief from their own I: One in Litchfield, one in New Haven tea
interference of the commandant that ho was tempted to organize' a force on the first day I is confided, and assistance in inonoy resource can be expected. Fo pre".nttbrse in New London, and one in Middlesex fOlIo ]
saved from instantaneous punishment. He of this dutuibance. fur the rescue of Cablor :; proffered on all sides. Among tbo ofE- awful. cno.equenee.'relid most be afforded countiesbt> lattrr.a female. There is.!.

was lion ever permitted to retire and the and be bad since been threatening to fire tho' ;; con who have volunteered for the expel; and if given at all,should be suppliedat so an individual a convict, in the State Prison n

company dispersed" Tbe military corpsproceeded tho city. Ho had however made,his escape| ; lieu, are said to be Admiral Napier nnd Col.1 once. The destitution pr those poor islander suppo*ed to be guilty of tbe murder fi d 1.
the on Ih"rd.7. aad the next morning crossed 1 Robinson. It is also is wretched in the From fellow convict.
to public square of the city, reported as not being{ extreme. k
and there the Big Black at Baldwin's Ferry in a state't! that Gen. conversation held with
were engaged in their exercises, unlikely Bacon who distinguish1' a certain individualsuf
of ;
when informatiou indescribable consternation. lament 1' himself in the command of and nho have ttr
was received that Cable the cavnlry, intelligence, bad an opportunity
was coming up, armed and resolved to kill I 1 his escape as his whole course of life for tbo 1 during the Portuguese campaign, will have of thoroughly knowing the state uf Tbo Boston Post, divides the honest pet

in oxpettiag him from.tile tnble. Knowing shameless profligacy, and'been series of pan yesterday morning Col. Evans, iu ou anawerto cube people' i is painfully trretclieJbttt how working woo or laborers ; the profewiotilnifit
his sgressious against the laws of God nod ma n. who waited what and the idler* or gentlemen ai IafJL
desperate character two of the corps a gentleman upon him or by means tho misery was to Iu relieved
forward The names ot the individuals who perish Vnow his intentions with The first make the soil subservient to s -
instantly stepped nud arrested him. j to respect to his they could not apprehend; aud that
o A loaded pistol a largo knife, and dagger, ed wcro as follows: : North. Hullaws, Dutch seat in Parliament, said-*4!shall not resign; famine does exist to a greater extent is fearfully practical arts. They manage the marhiaflJ ,
Hill Smith
were found oa his person, all of which he and M'CalL!! it\ is not necessary 1 should do ao fur shall borne testimony tu by many n bo ore nf labor nnd provide for the t'orporralw.
bad since be Their bodies were cot down on tbe morning Ibo in of their fellow creature Tbo second ones
procured separated from tho : rot quit country just yet, and before the no way connected ttith ,him.
company. To liberate him would have after It is their execution and buried in a ditch. ,next session, I shall he bark again. My THE EARL or MCLORAVJ:.-Tho Lord I I ug" the machinery society,and proTidtrar

been! to devote, several of the most respecta not expected that this act will pass con.titueDt.'IlIsu.t.lo no injury by my Lieutenant, in reply to the address of m the intellectual QJor.laod ."iritu.I.1f
bee members of the company to his vengeance without censure from those who bad not an a absence.*' Volunteers for Spain are to apply Mayor and Corporation of Cork '.J I their fellow creature Tbe third do tedt'K
opportunity knowing and feeling the dire { to incfoxse the amount of $substance dt .. '
and to proceed 1..IUIIIII01. at law, (to Col. Evans. under whom tbo force is to am desirous to inform myself personallyIf l
necessity out of n bleb it originated. Tile of
would have been mere mockery inasmuch laws ,10 ne.-Olstrctr.We the condition uf all parts of the Island and I amount knowledge.
as not having tad the opportunity of consu m- .. have, however severe in their provision ; understand on rood authority tbe plan' in pursuance of this object trust that befortr to.t
mating hit design, no> adequate punishment which never been bo sufficient to correct a vica4 J i of Gen. Valdez. for the present at least to : very long shall be enabled to visit your Tnt: Caors. The country papers of iff .
could have bee i indicted on him. Consequently I must by positive proof J i |be, to keep up the communications between i ancient and opulent,." own state have little to say on the as b'act if

it was determined take him to tbe cumstautial and cannot like others, be shown! from cir- I i tho Ehro, Pampeluna and the French frontiers Lord Rodeo bas written: a letter to MrLtad the crops bat as they indulge in no tee'plaintl

woods and lynch him-which is a mode of individuals testimony. It is practised too i., tocbnstruet redoubts at Lena and .nv. the Grand Orange Secretary of It is fair to presume every t6iIc
punishment provided for such as become + by whose whole study to violate !' Pncnta de la Reyna, and to repair the farts tie Downs ire, exhorting* Orangemen not tn promises wellVe understand thai lath

obnoxious! to a manner wfiich the law can I its the law in such a manner as evade ; ,cations at Viana.{ His main object' is to I march in the customary procession on tho river counties! wheat aod rye are doiega-

not reach. He was immediately carried out of punishment and who never are in wa ut'' ,sustain bis principal force on the Ehro. until I 12th of July. His lontihip) adds-"Nothing commonly nell and that the prospect!fc oJh
under guard attended crowd of |j secret confederates to swear them out bo shall receive tbe assistance bleb ho oats and .b .
by a re U of their n e x- can I bo more clear than that such an exhibition com are good. A gentleman r.r
pectable citisees -tied to a tree punished < difficulties for "bose'oath.. cannot be poets from Portugal and other quarters. on any of these anniversaries is directly) has just returned from a toot through"*

with stripes, tarrod and feathered and ordered impeached any specific cause. I It will thus be seen that the intelligenceconveyed contrary to'the letter and the spirit of the act western: counties of this state, informs oitfc= II

to leave the city in 48 hours. In the I At a meeting of the citizens Vicksburg:, by the last telegraphic despatchesli' of Parliament" the crops bid fair to be uncommonly pies*

mean time one of hit comrades tbe Lucifer held Thatcher's Hotel, on Monday the Cth ', ( Bayonne, 'which represent Villa Frau aPORTUfi \L. ful. In New Jersey wo learn that ia s& .
of the gang! had been endeavoring to rally! :, Jul.I833. the following Resolutions arcor ca u having capitulated to the Carlisle, To- quarters the grain looks well. The Acm
and saran hit confederates! for the purpose uauioiouily adopted: i: lose as approached by them, the Queen I The sudden change of ministry nppearsto scan Farmer states that in most 4f tM]

rescuing hira-wfaicb, botvevert be failed I to i Raolvtd That tbe citizens of 'Vicksburg:;, troops evacuating Bergora, and retiring have created great surprise, and remainsentirely couatielotPeDD"I'laia, there will boa+"*]
accomplish. deeply deplore tbo death of Dr. Hugh Sbiell on Victoria, are. in strict conformity with tho uuexplaiued except that the joust i than an average crop of wheat. Ia lilt Jf

We bad borne with their enormities :pdley, and sympathize with bit family in plan of Campaign described by the com- queen wishes to marry the duke de Nemours land the grain"crop is for better than &** ;

to have suffered them longer would, until the sev .bereavement irbicb that event has i roander. Those places are all in tho north second son of ,Louis Phillipe of Franta"ateh was anv reason to anticipate. Wo q* .

only hive proved veto any be destitute of not'. occasioned. j I I Iby I eastern angle or Biscay, and to keep them to which the empress is opposed,as may tbo follow in reference to the crofs* 1t.;

asses ly .acnttBteat. but would also have every wsRttolttd.. That a. monument bo erected I I garrisoned would be) a mere waste or> nell be imagined, and which U din said to Virginia :-Tbe Frederick Va. ExataW

to m in the guilt of accessaries tolbelr implicated tbo citizen in f OBuaemofttion> of tbo lure' have been resisted by Frelre and the other of Wednesday says-"Onr grain esM. .
crimes. Society be virtues of the deceased and particularly or. Oo the subject of the Intervention the Mor- me ben of of the late ministry. The change whose harvests are now faBies betas* -

leaeats wb4eb altla may ugh Vorder compared is their to first tbe I tbo enthusiastic public spirit In the exercise i. nine Chroisicle fays is evidently the result of intrigue, in which scythe or the sickle' although. they> easy f

law." CM cowttisief be purified only by a of which bo met his mournful and untimely 1 I Despatches from H Vilhen were on Fri1 l- PalmelU and.hit aristocrat chqu have prevailed make so abundant rtotns as l in other yet! .
fate. received the office which i over the liberals, of wbotn Frelre isat 'areanojaaHv rich ia of*
at ovtdtnco
ttoraj. Whatever. therefore sickly! ttastbil- jay Foreign raw ,
it,,. I' rowkUb philanthropy may a- Rrtolctd That a committee of six be appointed j represented the tranquility of Madrid 69 re* the head. Wo shall not be surprised to sea strength or the soil In doTolopiaf. to aa<*
gstt9M>Uwee rspttrsaedQy ut wo nay hope, to select a suitable site for said mooumeot malning undisturbed. Great anxiety was a reaction befsrp man months., Public fee* traosdmary degree, some- of its prodaets." -
and to an I felt ia that the Hog I it with Freiro aDd the:liberals.SWITZERLAND. The Cbarltstoa
thatojtrckrtWMLuiflEotreUx: the code of prepare :appropriate op i capital as to result of tbo Virginia Free Press
puoinfeneet wMftb. tbey ha enacted agabsttWiofi taph. to be inscribed thereon. communications which have been made to **Hanrosthasjnstco99ie8C o\aad iareeUoBs aU" ,

.... a 4Ua4 fttUa| of society Kttolctd, That the citizens of Vicksburg England apd Franco under the 'Quadruple Letters from Vienna state, that tbe dispnto wo sea a MfvtH fiSed beacT pross
and wo iavtte Ktttbcc, Je kf on, Colombas wear the usual badge of ftfourniag for tho Treaty bat wo entertain no doubt that situ n ,between Switzerland and Austria bad been ted by the keen stool of lo eradter. MIS*, ff

Worrentefl, Hiall.Iia&rtowul tbrough- space of thirty do s. the decision. of the two Cabinets shall have I settled to the great satisfaction of prince fields ftbeAtaro turned oat very fiiff* _

out,tbe flat, ill tba naae o( our iesal tr iu d Retolted That basiooft bo ens sled oa been made knowo-when it shall have been Httternich and the court, blj, contrary to the doleful Iethento
lins..of eiMed virtue,and cl slaugbtereiaaoeenee to morrow, and tha.citizens bo requested to proclaimed that a legion of all thousand I i TURKEV. that were raked eoseer&Jej .tem
to aid 09 in estermifutiss this altered oho l.eraJot Dr Bodiov. The _pro- euilllariss oo its way to Malaga from Al Vienna weeks since."- Y. n.. '
deeprecHedvittiVeai .oar 'land. Tha Revoluuoa cession to.dPart from the reel ome; of Robert glen,cad one attest thousand British Volnnteers A from reports Ibo Turkish I

bas been eondaeted hero b, the most BiddleEsa. at3 o'clock. led by Colonel Evans Colonel fleet which was said to be destined for Tripo ..H'. Liro I it London rays of Fancy RsK ",
li have
respectable ciiitess, beads of fataiucs, met i.- Mttalctd, Tbtt a copy tha.ebovo, Bos lodges;afld olherdltlDpltl1ed o cen'w ip the,to arrived on the coast Albania where ble.. Janroal. "'tt displays a coo.J deal
ban of*41 d...,., professions sad pursuits. oloju/ias>> be sf ot to. the friends of the deem.I. soon sail,splendidly equipped from England, troops on, board were intended to sup talent slut orillDal tJ eI dao"lht. It Keg ..

Nosfl h\v, been ard to utter a syllable ofcessttro *d.. W. U. BENTON, the national patriotism will be routed ,thro'- port Albania! the Pectin of Scutari and Janiaa' in roach < Another
..last esker the act or the man' r> Chairman. oat the country, and the war probably terminated account,however, speaks of a refined rated.1* .. ]
Her itj irbkfa it WM performed. .J Lions Sseretary. \ 'ithoqt/urth r resistance on tfa> of tbo tame vmsb to Tripoli.FRANCE j

., M.f *lJ..Wwf soeUtyfeas beta forajtsembfri PkksburgJsdy,1835.ed part of Don Garbs, whom.'petition>> bas al. ;. Tbo Missouri River, ia ilia liter ... .. .1 Ii

.ilth: of'which hav' led Virtue i' itiserre ready became desperate The American Indemnification Bill waipissed June tote b tit. toed '
A t aoaau a tom Ii
esu P the Republic and The (
; Queen's ia Toloia
hit lira.. fefiwef and erred honors, fort religion is the* support of moral virtue.. Iran, have also troops for tbososo lately reatoo, retired!and too 12th by of tin Juao Chamber, by a large OrIP'Ift.i majority on Fridav(I":5 it Rocky bas b Wnuntiini an ia,tavsjral) setef ytf n.l ,",,......,

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. One of the cant phrAse ou the Upper, \ Tltiriy;j&oltara Steward.RANAWAY To tit. Ettclor of the County oj S'l Joaaa. : LILT ." B'l'I'EIlIj t I Great tRI'e.,IAIVIERIr1 K' .rl-. e

-t Mi*.i i's'PP' **, 'G'ro the canoe to the rightffoff from the Subscriber Circumstance have of late truJe! to ,

litTa pro- In that Peat nfficr .t tb. City "' itI"ZllI&! .
bark Bt&lAININO
. brine atl..ritt",1 I about two month duce in me a desire, to represent the people ., siiice the Cm of Aprilto
t. .NHk Yrauslatinn of she oM Atprrt.ion, I since, 'lair two negro fellows of the Comity in the next Legislative t'oan. the thirtieth ,of,Juu.. wm, h if not taken OF USEFUL AND ,1crE.tSTJ .

.Jtt.hr. .unto Caesar tbo things that areI'ORTOFST. GEORGE' and JOHN.- cil, and as party diitlnctions\dd cnotMerA* oat io three months win be sent to the General 1 KNOWLEDGE:

1 4 Erer .. 20RGB| a South Carolinian lions appear to have sun5tle|
0- -- I I born, Unlioui 40 J eanold, middle rixe. w'll built can now ojfef to you my beat\' eaters with A. t'-I'nard1.ItCQnl 4 BYTttfi /.OSTO.V BEfrlCK (COWt v.
.1'KIIVE JOq'KNAL. ati a* to und r.tand nhat he says.' JOHN is an African will. Independent nf the gratineaUbn that l. F'WAndrew JJnddbar.. FranciscoM. THE nf th*bl Magaziaee laDen the EaIIh

I* born ftb'iiit i years otC middle cite, stoat It would afford me to be thai far entrusted Lawrence Press has led to prsperaiioas for inning a
It b Cut sill l vr rv bl.rk Complexion Doth ere job whh your eon de ace, I have other motives Andrews Itubert Mazvek Alexander periodical more particalarlv edapie.1 fn 'be want
Allen. Richard C. Mo
: dins These watt. Charles! 8
I carpenters. two negroes are proba In and taste of the American public-wMe! it will
hly!talkies in the neighborhood of Wbitesville on view. Alger, Isaac 9 Monroe, PageBlestre
be the object oldie proprietor. make Ik* work
flB | desire to lee thin advanced ia Allen \V II. 3 Gabriel
Black Creek Uuval County E. F., where they county strictly what its title indicates, U wil never tl*
ber internal rendition and her rlsourcos im To the Acting Vice McDonald |
AUGUSTIKE.ARKIVKD Ital thut wive i faros' less contain all anietM ofir teiest.uita
ttet .-. The abm reward will be paid hyMn F.Gee, proved. I desire to tee 6t Augtittine become Consul for Portugal 2 'tickle,.Jacob which in Foreign Magaxiar I i4troa

Merchant in St Angn.tme on the delivery of each the grand concentrating point of dom* Receiver of Public mo Morgan. Christopher Extensive appear preparations hive been entered into

It $thr.At id. Helm. Jacksonville, 4 days. of tbos negro+s in the Jail off Augustine, be munlcatloo from the Atlantic to the Mexican ae,.. MeNitber.JermMeMurchie both with artists and authors fc furnish from ,
. aid He' re.soaabkexeels.a| incurred to carry Gulf and 1 I B. Mr. all of tb Union and illustration
CUt BSD. : hope vet to tee the many elevated part drawings
Breta. MsrianoBidwiD
.. Pew Pu-hrod, Houston, N.w York them,the there. sir to the person e nt to receive themat position on the 8t Johns nyerot.apl.eI Mrs. Msnoey. Joseph O. of every subject of interest, which the pui.lteraalhl.ntl1
plate they be s sccnr*d with the
may proper VlUve them issn
will enable to
:_ Idl'alHahle ad. trice gi en to that tffeet to the aatd F.G tie.M.DKFOUGEUES. find settled and brought into a state of C.Chappel. Olcatt Caroline D. work hott.rable to its title and acceptable to tie u
laatationI aBei I productive cultivation. Rev. G. A. P.Poikioham American
{ people.
I ((rees ler ale St. AugnsfneJaly 1,1833.. Alone of the means of nccnmpliihiog Campbell Mrs. Ann Charles The first nnmber of the ncan.SIjazirie,
-- these ends it if Cochran.John Pous Francisco D.Pinekston. .
ilUI3dCEtijBlKrde.irouatoleare the necessary that the waters of 'Illustrated with about twenty splendid engravings
f I T'err+twy. cflV rs 1+U r.utauna fur sale, to'I'"E. the 'harbor should be connected with time I t Clarke Geo. I. F. M. K. will appear on C\rberuhlbelratofSeJilamber.
.satrsl Mi Amelia Island.7 miles south uf ".r. LL persons indebted to the Estate of tho late of Six Mile Creek by aeenal; or that a late. j I Irnl I Carpenter t\Anteinas "'Pl.1Uarl' had be continued monthly containing between

nandiaa,on the lbin Steam Uoat lyavigsticn.Bf f\1 Rev'd EDWARD .'.MATSC, are requested Rail Way should be laid from this city so I i I Davies, Get'ro. .It JamesRobertson. 40 and 50 imperial octavo pans,and N furnished r

Utl'ricI KM lereJl'nme oak and hickory Und demands to make I immediate payment and Chore having as to form a junction with the one proposed Davis Win. B. 3 .,\ .,',II DO atthe low price of two dowrs perauuuw. Itwill
with alnnd-omebl..tr. i of a oiileiu lengtb.fonn* please present them to the subscri .from the Smranne'e to the St. Johns. Ki .: F. Riddle. Thomas comprise
i iRe ai Irasan;and br.tth' reci if enee. ALSO A ber duly authenticated according to law theroftbtte i'arks would be sufGncnt to '! Falconi!, Oscar W.Feliiicr. RizAnnee8weetxer.Thomas Portraits, and Biographical Sketches of dUtinxnishtd
tract of WO acres ..!exrelU-t quah led and, 2 8. I'. ANUERI HN. Americana Views of Public Building.
counteract those influences which have been .Alary S
1,11. .outll fI f thabova rnentionvd. rmlracing Qualified Executrix.NOTICE. Monuments and improvements Landscape
a.u etinttuietyowila.lolnedto i the g rowtcfsufsrosn ---. put in operation to triple and destroy the fit ,. Hit.. Francis G. J. 2 iFrenmtbe boundles variety and beaaiywhwh
,.1c.tf the first {are of St Augustine. :. Scott John this will
prospects form
*. ct t n.cotton. Scott in country, so unceasing
n.*ntiflaiH 530 H-res,\ X)acres are cleared and undersigned will resnme the examina These and other object of corresponding > G'1..rdJu..pb,Maria 9C.y Scott,James Mrs M. source of instruction and gratification,engravings

. M of eke first quality, for the production of cotton, THE. of Witnesses in Claims for losses{ on Importance I desire to see accomplished l: t. <'hnia. Felicia M. F. HUDd.lIar'lf1 and descriptions of the character habit. sir c.of .
- ,.r. At. tlio Second Monday in August next. which I tvould ivillinglyffevote a portion fl f Crier. FermenaII .Still MM.tiiibbins.Chaa.. Beasts, Bird.-Fishes and insects" t.>gethfrwith
. With the above the subscriber offers &0 .Ivitrtroes As th .peeJy adjudication of these Claims is.. my attention; believing that the interests of I,,I L every subject connected with the Geography *
in families (or tnoie to suit the pnn ha* History Natural and Artificial resources of
- much desired by the Authorities at Waihington, every man are inseparably! cnnueetod with Hawkins. Mrs. Chs E. 8p.euer.8amL
.,er)0Cfl. with a nnmbcr of hows and Cattle, and! is also important to the claimant* -if is hopedlhattratneasesteatdangontp'tbreountyofllt ,, the public welfare. E. D. GOULD Hay den. A. B. 9 T. the county illustrated in a raimnar. sad proper
&r For .
utensils FREEMAN
particuUr manner HUNT.
ulMtstiiMi spply
John He me. John II. Teal, EdwardTownsend.Jofl
11. Lihr tfub. rriber. ROUT. II. RKI ;ON.Aa will bo immediately examined under commissions tlicksAlbertC. 3 L.Taylor. Agent of the Boston Bet wick. Company 47
: llardD4iJune( I3. llCuv. A lot Electors del Condath At San vn
. nerd that those Irving Within the Count/, will be llabiendo cesado Hall Mary V. .John Pool Court otreet. Datuaialy |D, 1831.
; uttered examination at the time designated and ya eiertas ilirienciont T Hinkley Allen Tarter R R. J .

. ;.tffte.r DSlltflfl )Pf'"If'.'' d.obtained the month 'hUowin,. consideraeiones de panidot. y bllan don. Haynes, Henry S. 2 V. Superior Ceurt-East&lor ii -
Jf ) TlioIHI have buiiuesswitli the undersigned en sitnacion de ofrecer n.'n senritius m la Hart. Ephraim Van Lew. Eliza i.. 5 i 'I'ln: 4L8S'IlIUllt 'Inin IAI will! find him (unless necessarily absent) at his capacidad de vne.tro rrpretentanteen cl ; end'rson. Rev. R.A W.Whiuker. ;! Peter Mitcliel
.uf AdwiuUunUoii the above Estate: ,
Chamh.', c\u Charlotte Street every day otter Cuerpo I.e islntivo vehidero eiertas'eirciimstancias Ihuose. Sliekel F.Wcntwnrth. .
; y Qtir .
the of St Jsahrlscmms vs.iN .
the 11011 count rourl
p )
;ton w eek. fed .
Hit'urdiy exre from 10 o'clock
me bait induri'fo! cl de de S. l.euiiab
i at'' .h iving claims sre desired to |l'rHt'ni to 2 from eo I Brush Jasper "..rdVltJi.ani
w f i pct0n I P. A1 and 4 to 6 P M. tlichn .Keogh James White.Jos. M
Ilcqar ,
1I!amt trithtn the time prctcrihed by law, and ROB?. RAYMOND cargo. Edemas ski! honor quo Tliorn, N..tb"nielV..al.., Ktisba: lJunai tun.
EEID J. Wiht! F.. B.
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r.to tllllf'r'NI' indrltted nr" f@lired:. mak irl,mekil.pstnrar Judea of U.e np'r Court Uist. Florida. se mo haria III llegara .1 prettnr emo vnrstra Levy. M. E. Wilson.n William l -.a1.nd I'rall Isaac JJarqu nd. Jeiomus John
AM1REW ANDERSON.s confianza. tenronirna m-m_ \ la yi.liI.__. t Lewis. soil. Moses :: l>vy,James Riz. Susan Alurph%
tos n --
Apiit'. I 'X1. I OTIC@' Mi descoei.cn; primer lusir> ,quo oocsiro r- I Lewis.John Margaret Zeller. Anderas Z II rldivard: Lewi M. Waiiton, Thomas 11'Al.ierand Jobs

s weeks after date. I will apply to the condado cambie su actual! cundicion, y mpJurar Lisk,.James C. Uiigada Gomex widow!Fernando de\A Ma

S 411..lui"I..ntor'. 10'e1Ice. FOUR. the Judge nf the County Court for < sun recursos. Deseo igunlmente que I lacuidad St. Angnstine,7th July, 18.15. xa Arrcdoudo. seer dre'd Sf.ria lanueU..Teris
it LL ri.UJ"OM3 loving claims or demands Hi J hn's county, for leave to net! the real Estateof de San Agustin sea a el' punte prtneipal JOHN GRA YJr. P.Pcnnoycr. \1. sa, UoruttM. Dotninga ami' Kwaa childrenicfsaidFernando
!r A of any nature t\Lnu ur: .c.int the Otateiflwi I Donald 11'JbtO.b.llle of said Coaat dee. de conceatracion desdee).Atlaniico bas. I : de la Maze Arredoudo ; Francisco La*
Mattiiir. Istenf IhivaM'onntrdftC Ased, : IUEY' AN'UERSUN.fl el golfo de Mejicr; y espero aun vcr mo* .OVTBIIBK II saga huat dud of the said 00." "'., an i ltup rtaHa4
'r ire required It firrrcnt them duly authenticated Augustine; May 87th, 1835. 84w. rbos de los puntos principa.es sobre el lli io mA&tI SUlmUE't.:1a4T .'dru. '+sbsssdofthesaid DoroteatAmonii

M d1 SubicriU-r-- AlUrconnis, claims or de _. ---- tie San Juao ventejosamente pobladosy cul- I Cui.ierrt".Ir"arIU.an of said Rosa an infant s awl
. iMtinl*. not prf-wiil.d within th. pfliod uf twojrtrs ;' tivailos.-A ST. MABT'S, (OA.) I Charles Kobiou hsecutor .( the last M ih anal
i- from the date I her r If'n-quiifd of tli? 1 Cheap Indispensable Law J guasde esta cayo Bahia logro tobieseo esnecesarioqaelas conneccion a* Vndtr At unction cfUr.' and/ Ur. HOM\SOX Ilament of the said Feruundo de U ilaxu Arrc'doudu -

.ututr,u i ('RtltHlaiu"I ....ui.II..1JIP Rtl.hou'teM..rt a. I Creek per media deun canal j JLJL Conducters or Ihi. Institution propo- to l'er ifl. Fernando anJ F edenco,inr"IJ' children .
r. %f'TC.,M mv !It Imtidediiint th...Iti.f 31t's. j r efill +*or* .e publiKi.ed. at lVa.iiinglotueity d sane tin caraino de firrro so conntruya {! make a'permanent establishment where young of Iguacio Arredundo. iit-c'd.and Jos (;UI.

t. DH"t.Adr Let vat Ml Angn.tusr1'ItISCILLA 1, Dam JL edited... in by Judg- (:ranch. assitted by it. desde loslimitcsde Data cuidad a unirse coo i i Ladies msy receive Solid and I'otUt fdrtcst t0a. dar UI', jjtitrdian of said iufauts. .
6 MATTAHU :Part I. C"iitaiu q parts oft&U pages each. el ya propuesta decde dichn rio de Sin Juan\ \ The sea'a of Society St. Glary U highly! fat Teresa and Lunisn Fatio; infant childr n of
April 15, Adimi.'istratris. Court If. 8 the opinions of the Supreme H Suu-aunce.-Unl fiotra opts .eriu Sufi onrahle ;the location one nf the most healthy i {. MarieManuel de la Lux Faliu.drc'd. Maria Lalw)and

--- .--- term 1710. SlumUlu.t term 1791, to February create & dcstruir los iuflujos que ha habidoy the United States. while the expense of living is |} Anedondo. infint children ufl'rArrslluaJudecea.edtud3laalaeixLaaga : .

. Police to Httilics's.pare Part II. cu'at.inl Lord Raymond's Reports hai para ire crlir los futures veotajosos prospretax comparatively cheap. Iii i i. belie ted that airs e istratrix.Prsxedrs. ," mm*
I inducements tof ether with the laudable .
vxeronorerpfricneed -
Itt fur s.ile at my landing tin ih* JnlinfftoJiCfftl J'.udU contains 250 pages of cases deridedin de Han Agustin: ,I \] Educators,will attract p.iblic Corifaeio, wid.m*and a.!.*niftatrbor
;, Si John. Rifer from filly to uno King's 0 :nab. Common Pleas, and Chancery Ette ohjeto, y otros tambieo deimportanciadesen patronage. Jplfph 31.Arredondo.dec' Peter. Fernando.Autunia. [i .
liHn>'lr Hl ilmiaiifl !lrik.. at right dollars per it. England commencing uiih Easiertenn 1833. lie;teen a devfdo efccto, & cuyo ia* )Mariana Jose Teoderi, Dolores ai. lInes
tfem *!iiil. th v arc one vise! smaller than the fart IV. contains the opinions of the Supreme lento dirigirdgustosamentotoda miatencion. I4IT Of STOtilXS. children of said Joseph M. Arrcdoudo. the
.. rhW.inaud Savannah Bricks, as for the Court U S.January term l*>3Mn3:) pl'". par quo t'reo sauce! interes individual dry Reading Spelling. Writing. Gengnphy, His six last named: infants.
. .iv. titfv arc t'4111,1| | to them if not superior. 1nll. As many: members ol the Bar hate; already cstar uuido el bicn dory Fnglish Grammar Composition. Aiithtne Fernando Luis. Francisco. Gavins. Maria
lrtard: to futru.ll tin.. lint wish In purchase, purchased some of the works which are to be re tic, Geometry, Algebra, Natural Pbilosophy ManNflla, Ainoiua.Jos.. Catafitn and Laic Ar*
C <'!. h...tr..1 th iitsnii r ,.. ...1 w ill ?tl"t'm.,11! as otherwise urdr* cla.jhem in (our series so subscribers may Vuestro Conciudadaoo. Criticisms on English Language, Feroak* Biography. dmido.jun.dee'd, UM sev.ala.t Maii.ed infants.
I rtttv Ihinuf' nitics'. take one or all. ELIAS U.GOULD. Intellect IN! -ml Moral Philosophy. N.t..r.11rbeololY. i | and' Joe Klia: + Eutr l o. gurrdiapuf.lid infants
i \. II. Tlif J.ilintnn Cr!nlt J I. fifteen wit!,. Thin series No 1, will contain report of the Drawing, Painting Embrnidrry.* and ull other persons interested iu th. ; ,
.l.m r Jirk rtnvilK. aid his a taf, harbor, and deciiloii of the Supreme Court which by an act The friends of I1.Wl k sic French l.nf nage. anti if required Latin, motion of the premises.ON
our vr.saI;' thai Mil tan .. I'll. Juhncan load. of ibn late CougrcM.are hereafter be recorded, LEVY. .ni.o"nvr It I.. ...c.uUtda4.lu rep r..i..h and Italintt. roml'liau'I.ulicia.or.and
Insist a ftfonk at mv laudinr. tin cut rflil opinion.efihw.....nb *Moiit Urms i resent a. Johns County in the next LegUlative lady ofemuunt qualifications. ha rommenc* having been mad to appear by affidavit.Clnrles .
will be prepared for the Richard 8.Care ed hit all the above named defendant. elCrp'ilf
I niiunr.NLORiNG.St. : press by Council fur this Territorv. &f'ACbln.lflt.ia on tenons fttklotaU latinmenu. -
. AHSIUI jiJc. May 27ih. .. Esq, and instead ur being detained six months I Kt. Augustine May 19.:1835 And another of fir it nttgtnlia iu tie art, {Kobiou. Teresa Arrrdondo. unit '.1'er.:
ttjll appear immediate!. after the ftrljournnieni of 2si read. ,.** .i.IAu AH. in nlPtldrln. t'luaa. fs ii.l l!uua__Fwu'a. infaots. Mate K. Lev*. :.
as- a the court, and instead uf costing as heretofore: \ structreu French speaks the lantuage ih; I wind 31. Wanton Susan Iorihy.. sndJamr
NO'l'IVE fri'iii five to ten dollars per session, when taken r Cheap Cash Store \fluency and correctness,and has had much elle.rienee Riz reside out of this District and part of them
I: HF.RF.nY GIVEN that books forrec.h* JM purl of the Jurist will not tort more than faun !! THE SUBSCRIBER has received by the In every department, the endeavour the United Sis .. .od the rest t r themia the,
m<.HH rritions tn the capital stork nf Tie eiglltruenta teens dollar: and fifty cents.) Con* from Hivannah and other late will be to render F.drlca'inapr as not only i. West !iulie.t It is ordered lint the said absent
",sMrra Uf Inference and Tnitt Company"nUllMfftj.eueJ.it df nsod m ports of the previous terms, and the re arrivals here, an extensive and very elegant as i the minds, but the wa.ntn and noradofthoyoung defeudaiit* dca appear and answer the said com
l the afire of Ttomat Douglas port" of cant decided in the Court King's eortmimt of FANCY AND 8TAPI.E DRY Ladies will be regarded with assiduous ct.tentaoll. l pUiunuts bill of cnuipbiiit,on' or bef tae the 2l>tlt
l iq. in tit city of M Augustine on the second Bench, Common Pleas Exchequer. Nisi Prier*. GOODS. liARD" ARE.PEltFUIiERY. Ae. day nf December next otherwise the said hill will
day of Nii vrnib!i neat It Id A M. and will ba and Parliamentary Cases,ed! ed by Judge Crunch &c.which he will, sell for cash or collateral security be taken pro ta_fito agninit Ibm
1.'pt span frrra time In timelyadjOnrnmontuntil asitcd by Rnfus Dawes. Esq. The Terra rep ,as low oril possible lower than any other lirfcreaces.Revs And it is further ordered, that this order bopublished
tin whole of I".Iete" bIll be subscribed uotex- ,-rts are published in peiiod.cal form England, basso in the city. He ia determined to de a H. PRATT, once a week until the said Jth d al'I.r
.ff'dl't= hurt *tays.. : Dud sent to us by an aeenl III Iyiidon} these will I cash busiuess only,and has reduced his prices, A. CL'RKK, E'q.Messm )eceal.ernext in the Florida llersid Dated at
I.T'IMiIiI.. I alway.lssrapresudcncebatitisratendedto give to the Very 'lowest rates. He is grateful to his SAPLCH & NiciiTiscit.c. St. Augustine thu Sib diy of June. JECi.

lt(1UT.I:1tiMO I n 1:1:10. >Cou>',. tin entire reports running down to the itaiTiestdates. customers for past favors and solicits them and St.MaryXMayi.0.1833. ROBERT RAYMO.M) RKID.

TIIOS.IMIUGLAS, S'Juuel'd. The Jurist published in monthly! nuni the public generally to call and examine his goods. ORTIIOPEDY. Judge Sap. Cwurt. Dist. E. F.
l'3. bin of two hundred and fifty fix pages inof trte.'n and hope. by strict attention to business, and Copy attest
--- whirh ire given for TV* Dollar The Jurist the really reduced pries of his goods to give itve OR DISTOUTIONdFTHEFEET. K. B. GIBBS. Clerk. ]()
has already received a subtctjption which war ry satisfaction. JOHN J. HEDRICK. fffll HIS important hrauebor.urlfr.Ihe object ,
.'LI1.iD.IEIIOI'EK'l'J rants its continuance.The St. Augustine,1st. April, 183.J. M if which i. to remedy all deformities of, T1JITIO b -
For ttconduriu N. B. A,. of fresh the feel,b.IYUlclatt.n become the subject nf
Sale. contains a report of Chancery supply BOOTS & SHOES 1 the ,
ONE LARGE STONE HOUSE Cases string a preference to the latest and running just received for sale albo,.. particular attention in Franc, and its treatment Of FRJ.YCll.II1lIIlGIl. UEHMA.La.. ,
down ti the earliest dates. I attended with derided suecs;the subscriber was ,, gvaftt.MONS.
a and LOT situated in front of the The ffttnf ftria will consist of a report of the induced during his residence in Paris iu 1831 to J J. UELI3SA most respectfully
Sea Nall.Ono State Trials aid Crown Cases Estate ef ndrctv. n411R devote much of bis time to a thorough iuvestiga- th.citizen( ofSu Augustine. that y

IIOL'r and LOT in The fourth tenet consUts of the Laws of the mTOTlCE is hereby given, That. six months lion of its theory and practice; and under l'!.. on arc"itnt of the multiplicitt of his IU,,.
Claukttt-e $tteet in excellent repair,at present in United. Ststes; edited by Aaron O. Dayton. Esq. JLv after the date hereof the eolweriber. admin ,instruction oftbe most eminent pr 1d:... there; ments, in the above Upnll"ne" Langtisges, that
tie occupation of Charles RoLioii. Esq.: Each series will consist thirteen numbers of2.T Utrator of tlia Estate of Andrew Wilson late of! he flatters himself that he has aeqnired curb he is compelled to relinquish the teaching of bat
One IIOUHE LOT Lane St Johns deceased will j 'knowledge of the art*s enables him with tanG Lnglish, sod will devote
and iu "ruUer oc : pacer annum,at tho rate of Tea Dollars County, present the ac I' now himself! entirely to
uph-d i by Judge Citfuld. Subscribers may take all or either of them count of his administration to Hoaorsble the 'dtnee to offer his services to the Public. All oV these languages lie lakes this method uf infor
For terms, apply i toJUliN It Mill thus be seen that this work will give to County Court afsaidCountyfotad'astmentand 'fectsofthi* feet inavtbe divided into two classes; mint those parents who wish to have their children .
M. FO cFANE.Agent. subw fibers at a rate much below that at 'which that bo will thereafter pray leave to discharged 'COD"nita'or.ucb u or eur before +;and .[ taught on an improved and easy msihed.ibat
_. -- ..-- _..A,.... f.. such works have been heretofore sold.Ltw DOClk.ladiJrennbJe from his Admioistration. accidental or those which take place at different !: a ft w young .ladies can b*"C'i iye either .t bia .
1d/OT1t'E. to the profession t and that mem EDWIN T. JENCKES. I; I periods after it;and they are produced by a variety French class.t !)r.Peek's. Iron half pact 8 to 10
March 30. l-6m of causes affecting ossiotif. muscular A M. or at Dr.Parchcr' from half .
LL PCRSON.S demands the bars of the bar who reside ia the interior, will or liga pa -lie6 P.
A having against raentous system., All these be M.I .
have the advantage receiving them by tnrilrn cases may e"'mj(
1H to Estate Andrew J. Peek cfltC., are re realer them
in dilly attested within iwo
'ear from this 1 in this country and in England immediately. j ILfrAVING busisessof importance in another sire accomplish a cure. cwt necessarily i iI f fdspeodopon tampon, from 2 to.P M.-Farther notice will 2
and thuse indebted will
tt"( .. make immediate to0.HUWAKtAdm't. they are delivered. The publisher gives an as MM. country,which cannot wnllbe managed 'I the nature and d..ree.1 the dcfnr* !i.I 'be given+ when his G"rniin Clas, at Judga .
payment surance that the work will hereafter be regulsily j without bin presence offers for sale his plantation mill; and be age sad state ef healtb of the patient. Smith's will commence
July 1, 1631. i issued and takes the liberty to refer those who on the banks of the river St Johns. County of St. o Private Taitioa early in the morning and lato
r"aide in the large cities to bis agents, through Johns East Florida-The plantation is about six A congenital I and very aggravated ease of ten in the sflerneon.June3d.ltrJ3..
whom the cumbers can be received free of post* miles north Picolata House and 21 miles fiorotba yearsstanaing having been completely rectified I fl1VOT1c
FOR R ALEsAVr.RYFinetractof axe. DUFF GREEN. City of St Augustine,persons front the Nor* persons desirous o. ocular proof mal.lti.rl :
land cotttaifting 400 tftrsAugtoi City 1835."NOTICED. them States wishing a delightful; end cheap winters themselves application to }. #
water of Jnliogton 'residence in Florida will find this aneligible! WM. MICHEL. M. D. lICSUBSCi. IBERwif'iverb.ralwAgesto :
It i i..limlterrd with (Cypress. Cedar 23 or 30 able bodied hands to work oa
lave Oak and Pine,and has upon it a large wild ibrmationtrtspeetinff the testate will address the P. S. Persons abroad wishing information, I the Military roa/I betweeu PieeUta and New*
Orange Grove it may he had on aeeommoda* .i IX weeks after date, 1 will apply to the Hen. subset iber at the Picolata bouse or B.A.Putnam. frill plaasa address their letters (Post Paid.) lutmilltf.to commence on the 20th inst. Pr-..
tang; terms. Apply at the office of the Iud,. of the County Court for the eoun- Esq. tilAngusUns. C rleaton.4th Juna,| J35.I I fence will be given te white.persons,ifa sufficient
DOUGLAS LEVY. It of St.Johns, for letters administration en the J. W, HERBERT I number can be attained. personswisbiugens.
Jotse 17th.lE'$. Ea...of 8A9cuo Darts TUOVM PAIASXB,and .4NO'l.6t.B. cffBrees IRtei. 1 I pluyroent,trill appty t immediately to the tutscri. .
.- Cacaos will girt ft liberal price br the hire of six able beratriisoSJceat8tFnncbBain.tisorsthi.rtiidenes
- --- Cwas,late. of aid county.deceeudr ;. I ; -
CHARLES W CLARKE. .a PHILLIPS bodied men to work at the Saw Mill at PeU at Judge Rekl'c ia I.Au..liu.. Those
Kerscs far Wale. St. lJaia"D'IJ.d an assistant licar'a Creek Cash will bo paid monthly if re* living ia the Coaotl1Qo apply to J Williams.
GOOD AagBstine. May 27& 1885. 6-$.. J.'' will receive six more pupil under lia tuition.
Ai harness and Saddle borsee loraale I He tenders his gratefuf acknawled qui rod.and I wish to contract by the thousandor I+Esq et the town of Bayard on the 8u Johns
luu apply Id 18W.at this office or at AttenWaUes. Cash paM Hir Weed. for the patronage he has received during bb tntt real by the cord for any quantity of Cypress iota| t'I River opposite Picolata. F.L. DANC, >

9-6wGelcenda fBIHE Subscriber wishes to .purchase, from dsncf of three'Ntlln this city rsspaetfully soil to be delivered at said Mill, the timber to be cat / Liftut iV Act." As' Qr. Ussier. }
A one to two hundred cords of food sound acontinuance of It on or out of the Mills' tract.TUEO.FLOTARD.. St. Auxnstine.Jnly" ...J .

Mill. LIGHT-WOOD, for which be wiU the The folioing brsatheaaretaughthihissc ool .
par ,
THE Sebseribcr informs the peW that he cash. JA8. HANSON.tfu Orthogra by,English Grammar VVritinr.Ar ills fit. AngaatittalRay 27tb, 1835. -. 'M. f1erR6"tN,

furnish Lumber cut to order at the Augustine IStttbt 18 5. 6tf. melba and Book .-Geometry, Hutary, Mtnhant Tail, St. 411pSt. ; ,

owiflt fWper priors M for first rate selected sCnff Rbttorie. Natural Philosophy, Mythdlogy.lYig* NOTICE. HAS for sale at his store recently opened- .
pan "."ZIJB.TilE onometry Geometry MensoraUon. Navigaioa
6T IVUhlog to ascertain,for assortment goods cfa
nH. 4..... dry, Sab-m'bulnror..1 inhabitants or and 8u"eIallo French sod the first Rcdi-i PpurPou4which salcrkfgnallty.whichhe .
$1C pit M for Weather boarding menu of Latin are considered to he of the first importance,what will sell ate email adranee above the .
kwtand acantting Aagtsrtitn 1M dIM country IIII.nl- Yonna Ladies : is the rail anaoootofinjury prodnced by the an New York prices-I -til krtp oar heed Ilats,
framififf. tbstbavtagreaumedbasinceaatbisol} ld stand are instructed ia apartment Boots Shoes
lIe ;a"'pel."nw.attitroCIa.t winter,f would Wearing Appa
per M. for raerebanlaUs.W Fltltebmu' Wbarf) he Ildiada or approprutcd to their axle a. rel.and
'D.di.pOl' i various other
.0 be thankful the anJefeelolbe line
to owners afOrsngfiUa in the clothing ,
M. lees if taken U .MiU.TY6U. TCBJIS.whieb,
pet i. Urge stock groceries and dry goods at each moderate,may be known oo >City if they will ba so obliging aa to furobb ma I for Wiluu'aact Summer'dres
Jaen 3e, 1816. trices. he ii sari WIll give lI&iltactaOU.nd ha appiicaUoo 1896.iM'e. Academy. : wit(pujnbcr cf trexa which they have bad do ? OjTGentlenian'sTidothing: made to order, and
Lafllail friends utd the public to call lad judge 1:11134 ; strayed together with their ages and thair annual : in the most ftshionsbift. njanncr.,. and warranted

far Iharastlves. ." product ae near aa can be ascertained. taUt, .
Jl'GTICE, In addition la the stock wKch he broaebt from Ste&le. June SO, 1635 E. E. GOULD. .
T8 HEREBY GIVEN, te ,the ,erettors, le* New York la Huch",and thelste took of U. Livery Stable new opened near J. .8"ltlE, -
JL a teee and all! "entitled to ."..tioII B. Bay win and Co he has racivsd a supply ofanasonalilegood ANEW.. '_ store .
on vhstiotte
bUt aervlcai tb.r a LL
tp one ttviflg
I. per demands
tin.r A. %araiost
ate lieu deed that all by the n..tanl.lofu. Sen. where horses will be kept the diy,week o DB.-WEEDON Aapltl udahe adjacent ilL tbi
tat.etWalKamHaney. .
ckaals4etBitsjMeftt4ewai. be barred fairs Jasftroif; from New York, all of which he will month on reaseBsbie terms utawta berses and Country the rations brasthea! albs lh.ttr .wit ,meat
prcfcs* pro ,,
toe ware be B sBtod .witf4n two eta for cash or approved credit I rlJaiesitedlp! IP.'rlOIN We'1tcI
yews carriages to hire the boater day toy ,
by .
N caW hale will'
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MaWf NAII.A" ; ....., 1".Lf; I 11J1101 oIl- : . ,. TLOTARD..' ., KCrit i. .. ; 1I0WaRD.I. '.. -U. office la in the bona recently occopitd bll j I : JOS I'. 8MI1'Ui4r.. .
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: .. 1 RE6IIJLMI PAcmBT JW 6I"6.vSflkllte Mere DIARY 6F TrN WBATfiRE, r .
o 1. __. '0 J.fO 30 N C airV N
p..II'.r. Bel."uII III. ...,...'" .e tiM 0"""" t. lo J.lGItnt', For the Month November and'Bereem- 4J 35 Filth.i-.. ....:;
.... C'Ia.r"r.TilE .- TIJE.iDb.bi Aapauineand its ,}- bcr 1834. and January, February, and 5b 39 "-'
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that by the late 1835.
A serenade U in contemplation shortly, we are ae..larPlektl: ficbr. of DRUGS and MEDICINES: Mnrcb. 1 4 56 00 Cloudy 88OWra.l !

nfcrmed.tmtwemHnetltll when for it is so SAMUEL 8. MILLS. LTXUHSocTHvf have been received of a choke and superior xo.srltL 4.1 33 Rain Cbar......'
delightful to be waked from sleep by lire sweet ICB, Master trill con quality they have been seleaxedsrrih great care 1 i 79 GO 8V Cloudf 43 37 Cloudy .

? strafes of ewe.. and some Despairing Jaliet willbe lone running between the above and warranted ae pete Inlelet.la 2: 16 58 'Fair.,3j 40 44 Rain
hr K .. wait} the following ori ports,throughout the year. addition to the above there is a 'J 1tlldid"lOrtat OS 40 N \V GO 50 8 W
regaled> by Her Cabin is commodious and handsomely ef PERFUMERY. SPICKS and 465 40 S Eb 50 50 NENE ;
gtaal lines, wbkh are to be set to an original air. furnished and fitted expressly for the aectmmo* FANCY ARTICLES-thert.hire never ; 70 59 I. 1 6342 E Fair I

They were banded to os by Komto himself, whosaid dation of passengers. The table .:11 bo suppliedwitli been excelled ia this city either la quality or 6'' 7:) 51 8 \V I Cloud,. 11 55 40 '
would be positively if we wouldpubliththeai. the beat the &IIIkellaffon Csnt. 8. takes qnaDt ,. : Fair. i
sung 7:725a S E
this opportunity lo return bit grateful thanks for At this store may be bad ROBINSON'S 8U. 16O48 4.
We are loth to deprive Jdiet of I 8113 46 8 \V Cloud1' E71 50 8 W .
past uvort and to solicit a continuance of the PERIOR FOOD (for cniLoatw; iirvattM. and ,
such a treat trend therefore {site them publicity. patronage of hit friend and tbo public. others,sues as PATENT B A RLE Y.for making 9, 56 t 44 N V.ir. 1403545E .

TUB TIMID ONE. St. AII.a.-iaelqJ, 3d. 1834.jffUdTRECEIVED DAfttav WaTBaia tan oinBtei.,wtich isetnmf- lOt; 58 48 N E Jlaia. 177M .
''IJ recommended b? the raeulU' a natrteinas 11, 50 41 I t 83 61
Ust,deare tlove oh f lists to me, on con.icnment, a splcn I coaling food for infaote much sp "d, of for 12, sa as N \V Fair.- 1 75 60 Va'ble 1 she,
Hark, dearest girl'I,peik:new to thee, OP did assortment of teatonawe.. ready made making a moat delicious custard padding and 13 ,m' 41 'V'' ,. f 1 84 61 tIV It il o a b
9cues of Beaver,also salk and straw shower
clothing. excelled for thickening broths and lOOp"Also. I 1111.
Awake ft em thy tkuDberI.nd let ns away 1403 39: If :8 54
I hats,- il which will tell by wholesale or re* Robison'e Patent GROATS for making i iJO .
Awake, sweeteat tore fur 'tis the dawning of d'y' I tail at very trifliog advance from N York rice.. superior gruel b ten minutia at one bslfthe expense 15136 36 i 68 52 NENW
'r. FLOTA iv. fifthe common or Erobden greats 65 395E I 21 '75, G4 E
Come quickly,come quickly,or we'll be deteclec1, June, 10th. 1635. QT Either of the above preparations made 17:63: 45 I 81 41 W Cloudy .

Up with the window and be not d.jecte with milk af'otd nourishing and light diet. 1864; 4" .: Z 55 40 Fair

Dost doubt mo,eweetgirl } believe me I'm true, The 81IU "ult rlsl.TilE All the articles above enumerated are cold 19 60 1 00 N.E. Ploudl' 21 58 40 NEB '
on the most reasonable terms. 4u-tt 201 57 48 .
destined for 2..68 53
Heaven baa me only you.
Lxecotife: Committee of the Hertford 'I
I 21 76 56 \V Fait. 2C 73 53
Tarry net tweeted Jeweltbe Moon Is now shin. Silk Society, have commenced a Gele Rda ltIIll.THE 2260! ss N E cionar: 2772.53 NE
monthly Publication, called the Silk Cultural Subscriber informs the public that he 23W 54 N.\V I
lag I and Farmers' Manual. V furnish Lumber cut to order at the 2 77i5 I saV

Tarry net ioJosrcliambermourniogeadpiniag: The object cubs publication is to disseminate following, prices; 2472 585W Fair.. 61 44 NEr dhd. .wind
Tarry DO loafer, but comp unto me, a thorough knowledge of the cultivation of the $20 per 31. rortil'd rate selected stnfT, for pan- 2.575 63 60 47 7
then eweetest maiden,bow happy I'll be.lI.r. Mulberry Tree, in ell itt varittiet-the rearingof uc l., door.,.ath..., die 2070 40 N W. ,. 31&1 47 N E .
And Silk VVormt-The productions Cocoons, I $15 pet 21. for Weather boarding, scantling 27 M 932e BECAPICULAT109.Average .
and the Reeling of Silk, in the most approved and framing. ro 45V
Oh joist
hark t we're discovcted, no, we are .
of this knowledge will .maximum 63.8. MiaiBlIII
method. importance $10 per:&1. for nrarch&ntable. 206038 .47.1.
not, appear from the fact,that the net product of land 93 per M. leas if taken at the Mill.THEO.FLOTARD.. X59 33 NW I Prevailing winds N E.
Then fly to the arms of your own loyal Scot devoted to the culture of Silk, fa double, if not 31 45 33 Fair days, 24{ Cloudy, 3 ; Rain 4.

Now,now thou hast done, most nobly end well, triple to that derived from any oilier crap which June 3d 1835.: -
can be put upon it. It is alto: a fact that every 'LJto02'IVE aZCArlnJUT.01lf. AvxaiOK suvoa or rax TOXXVOHBTX .
But era we "'III."t ,bid thtm (.,...D. ...
moderate farmer can raise several hundred dollars ;, Average Maximum G5.5, Minimum 49,5. ant vtiw 1833. 1834. LID PART or Its

She sighed and she sobbed, u we journeyed worth or Silk,without interfering with his ordinary I 18 IICREIIY GIVEN to the creditors le* Prevailing winds. N E. Itainelnud t t f. .. '
Hat order
agricultural operation. to us teen and all persons entitled to distribution Fair days S3; Cloudy 3; Rainy 4. f 4rl
along, avail hiintelf of thit facility,to obtain competency in tbeestateof Ambrose Hull. deed that all = ::t i
fn vain did I raise her,with jestend with song, and wealth, which our toil and climate have given cluDlI..iult.Aid. estate will be barred unless. ausraza.1a8 -air. .. 1 _i_0 _

Hut the black thoughts despair, passed soon him, he mUll powen information on I the same be presented within two years. 61 itz Jj IJlu. + ,*. 1.n u-i e
the tuhject-for without it his attempts will be years.B.A.PUTiNAM.Adm'r. 2 68 63 n'lln. "ti !
away, fruitless. It is therefore the object of the Com ota lr i.Superior 68 64 jq .
c.. And' now we're u happy r'May. u the Canary in mittee to diffuse thit Information as extensively a 70 58 i iS AlaI, .tFd ..sBain
ac '"
and at the cheapest rate. The publication .. t
u possible -. CI.'f .ti .
f:otirt-Kast Florida I vl ;
I will contain a complete manual or directory D. ;
ROMEO.Tbe from towing the seed to reeling the Uk. together -In Chancery. 668 53 Fair. I &OWJY' .I.acr .:ars-a-asum : r.1.
with such facts and experiments, at will VIRTUE and in pursuance of certain 760 40 l' n C :r:0.. ,(- ..tc_ ,.. eo: -0...:.!--
Caaary Bird is said to be more musical enable farmer to raise Silk and prepare it for BY Decretal order of the Aid court mad.ariel 867 41 I M C_:t ctcc.rp: .tD'm1:0.:4.. : G =

{n the month of May than at any other period of market without farther knowledge or auittance. entered in the case oT Zepb. Kiogtley, vss Waters 965 46 ii: I Maa I ,....-.u:)."") a"_" r.:. .... :.. ...= 3 L1.Max. ,
rho Itar. It will alto contain interesting matter on .,ricaltarll.abjee" a4mhb.el. II.) and ia pursuance of an additional 1(6951 aQ... .: .0 I. <11,1- -... ... ... :
ia eaenl. order of said Cuon of this tSth.June, 1835, I r .=
II 70 52 er ".:. r 1
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BACHELORS.AS : rr. fSJ. #.6 ..
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Termr.-The Colturist will be published in I I II will eipote to.public sale in front of Uw CourtHouse ,70 50 i ... .. -. ._... 0 ....
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lone deads in Autumn.eves, monthly numbers of Eijrht Quarto Pages tt 50 ,, in the City of Augustine the 3d Monday c JI..I. .v .v.,- ,: t.
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As a tree without its leaves, cents a )'ear. No snbaeripUoa will be received I i inolens I I of July next between the boars of 11 o'clock I "? ": .. "
its .- paid in advance and for not lest than a in the forenoon and 2 o'clock in the afternoon nf 1476 GIIu I ..10)-=C'1 cM',= CIJ(I).... g I rI
As a shirt tvkbout sleeve*, f
year that day,the following! described property to wit 77 Gi I noI I r' ii Wh TcZ YiU.ath J.
!inch are bachelors Subscription received by F. G. Com tock. all that certain lot,piece or parcel land with 77 67' CI'd". r.1: .. .. "''A. t ." .
1 Sec'ry Hartford, (Conn.) to whom alto, Com the orange grove thereon situate, lying and be. Ii 80 61 1\ w t I C:;; .; As syllabubs without head, municaiiont may be addreued, which, if post ing in the city of St. Augustine, Hospital ward, 18 72 40 Fair. ... -
As jokes not Itttgb'd it when they're said, psid.will h* attended toO I bounding on the East front by Bridge Creek on 1962 42 r c B1ABT OF THE WKATHCft l'Da THK
As cucumbers without a bed Editors who will copy the above,shall receive South and West by landof E.D. Gould and on 20 56 41 APRIL.e xorr4or
the publication for one year. the north by a Lot formerly belonging to James ,
Such bachelors.As i
are Hanford.April.1635. 6tf flakes containing about two acres.-ALSO, a 2l3 43 s W I I 2 :;; :;;
that or parcel of Land situate lying anti 22. 68 42 l' nGO .
piece C P Remarks.
creatures of anotlier sphere, ; o e
being in the city of 81 Augustine,Cull \Ward 30i a.
Ae tilings. that have no business here, .. VALUABLE PROPERTY north of the old fortification lines and gate bounded i 2156 38 ; 1 M _5- .. ... ,
As inconsisteaeies clear, .. For SlIle.aOlE on the East by the public road leading from 2 40 28 J. .qV
50 FairCldj.
said of 8t to .Jacksonville on the 175
City Augustine
bachelors 47 2D27M
I West by St. Sebastian's River, on the ttauth by 2 80 56
situated in front of the 33 s zGi
Lands of Lopez,Hernandez and ethers. being in 3 80 57 W
When lo! as seals in fabled bowers, I 55 Var.
HOUSE and LOT in front on the road,about five hundred and sixty 4 76 48 Morning OYmllt
Asbeings bora for bapp'er hours, > 00 lj.1 If Cl'd1.
nine feet, and containing sixteen acres more or 5 61 44 N \V
As, butterflies oa iavor'd 10"., Charlotte Street In excellent repair,at present ia Ieif.-Ai.so all that certain tract piece or parcel 67 Si Fair. 66755
the occupation Charles Robion. Esq. of land called"Sanchez Pine Barren to the
Such are married mea: nsc.rivr.Artoa.Avenge 45
7 71
One HOUSE and LOT ia Artillery Lane, occupied
North of the old Military l'oitandabout
Maximum 63.7 Minimum 40,6.Prevailing N E
by Judge Gould 868
six hundred
from St. containing
These performIheir functions hieh, For terms, apply to.JOHN acres,and surveyed by Robt. BlcHardv on winds, N E and N W. 9 74 61 S E Rain ia the Dick
They bear their fruit, and then tbeydie. M. FONTANE,Aleat. the 13th Sent. 181R. SAMUEL DLAIR, I Fair day 22; cloudy rainy 3. 10 81 56 N E

And little fruit comes by and by. ".a. ICt1.. Sur.. Marshal. I i1aIIUDT.D 11 70 57

So die married men. NOTICE. 1268 55

PERSONS having demands against the superior (' Hr'lBa1.. iViud, Weaher. Remarkl. 13 80 60 S E '
But ala gas lUsdee en the blast, ALL of Andrew J.Peck,dec., are requested "". 14 63 60 N EVar.
From every gaidcn bed are cast, to render them ia duly attested, within iwo 15 73 <63<

And rade oc dreary wastes at last, years from this dale and those indebted will IN CHANCERY. 3 51 33 NV Fair. 1675 50 I

80 die bachelors. fl.lImab immediate O.HOVVARDAdai'r.July payment to Elizabeth Bunch, 58 38 Va'hlo. .. 17 69 59 N E Fair.1870640E .
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Then,Them,change that grab like skin, I, J83 O. Knmrainjrs Samuel Alex ,
ly McCartney s
\ .. 20 85 68
butterfly career begin.
I 'OTICE ander Gordon, Nathaniel A. Thorn, Joseph 30"
Aod fly lad swear thai'&iI. sin HEREBY GIVEN, that books for receiv. Lawton & Charles Lawton.ON 44 30 N \V Fair. Stormy dt 21 83 63 SW Sbowetat5P1f

Tube bachelor. IS ing subscriptions to the capital stock of TbSoKtkcr MOTION (SF THE COMPLAIN- 7 53 44 N E" {fold 22 68 63 NEE (Rain

Lift Iimtnnet sad 2iua CintI,..," i solicitor, and it having been made to 8 50 40 Va'ble RaiD. 23 70 59 Clilr
from;Af N. Y. Coiner end Enptirv. will be opened at the office of Dma Dotgtei ; appear by affidatiu That the aid Cicily G. Blum- 58 30 .. Stormy 24 76 66 Fair.

LINES Etq. in the city of 81 Augustine on the second ; using, Samuel McCartney, Alexander Gordon 29 N Far.S. 25 74 64 S E Itaio
0* the DttAefCkltf Julie Xartkall. day of November next at 10 A M. and will be Nathaniel A. Thorn.Joseph Lawton and Charles 11 45 35 IS 1C 84 04 SW Pair.

the seaward of the rivets kept open from time to time adjournment until I Lawton, reside out of the Jurisdiction of this 1259 40 NE "' 27 85 55
By sweep wave, the whole of the stock shall be subscribed, not exceeding Court the Aid Cicely Mumroings income I68 4D 8 E .. 28 70 51 N E
In the hearts of the free enshrined, thirty days. part of the West ladies,end the said Alexander ..
29 74 58 E
SO 8 \V
He went to skip wrtb the mi&b"and brave LOT CLARKE. > Gordon, Samuel McCartney, Nathaniel A.
And left net a rival behind.Ia i RAYMOND EEIO >'Com'... Tborn, Charles Lawton and Joseph Lawton in 1 61 41 naln. 30 81 60 S E .
M THOS. DOUGLAS ) the United Ktates. It is ordered that the above 1 51 38 N n. Fair. severe t6aaI7 BECAFITCLATlOff.

the milk warm tight of the snmmer'r sky. JnaeUd.1835. named defendants do appear and answer the said 53 47 N E Rain. [derltorm Average maximum 74.5; minimum, fIPrey.mnl .
complainants bill ef complaint on or be fore the 1 59 37 N \V Fair. winds S. E. .
As thean to the view went down; t twentieth. day of Sept. next,otherwise the said 155 38 .. .. ,
.Ue fell be a warrior doomed to die. Administrator's Notice. I bill will wilt be Ilt.n". 1IIICIIII against them. 2059 48 E ., Fair days 24 ; cloudy, 4 ; rain 2. .

From tee .bad of bit renown.AsacMbeetdod.loastormy ALL PERSONS having clalmtor dRmaudt And it is further ordered tb this order be published MAT. '.
young 21 71 52 8W Clour)".
any nature whatever against the Estate once a week until the said twentieth day --- -
clime Lewis &l&tt>irUts ofOuni County,deceased, of March next in the Florida Herald. Dated SU 22 62 41 NV Fair. c = ::: :;
are required to present them duly authenticatedto Augustine this 16th day September 1814 39 43 N E '" S : :' ;: ; Remarks.Y .
Mid tbeetrUe of the tempest bound; the SubsCribe Al accounts, claims or de I A. A. PDTJUH, Soliril r. 2462 20 .. ..' Go-. 7"
\Vith bra temples bathed in a fight sublime, eaandt, not presented within the period of two ROUT. RAYMOND REIDJudgt 2574 60 8V It -S-
That smtl'd oa the ekmestc round. years from the dale hereof as required of the Sap. Coast, Ditt. E. florid 73 60 It Cloud1' s6owerntN I 833 (it: E Fair
statute,will be barred of operation nrl law. 8U 53 Var. Itain7I
i iOn A true copy-Attest, 27 78 (?2 Jir.
the tranquil brew orbit bending frame, Claims tgainst the said Estate authenticated as K.B. GlOBS, CfcrL rid E Fact
28 75 59 Va'blo
aforesaid may be banded ia at the office of Messrs.DQOCLAJ Cloudy 4 76 G4 it Strong breess.I .
Time mart with a stow pad hind; & Und 8L Aoffurtinn.PIUSCILLA -- -- 73 62 8 Fair. mh breeze 80 63 Thundershower r I
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But be sharpened bisecythq! wbsn the dim glance i MATTAIR. 1I8TICE.- .. 30 64 J 43 8 W Rain light & tb'r 84 61

tame, I April 15, Adminktratru.Rfotlce To personsL iq iuiuatwlshtlspatent Of. 31 50 33 N W Pair | 3 65Ott

And numbered his yean\ by hit eaad. te Bellders frt.THE ucArtotaroR.A.enp 88 70 68 SV

From the mournful shades that around him have for tale'at my landing on the Jv>raCrtek. Patent Law directs that"every inven Maximum 59.1\ Minimum 43.4. 1 75 67 NW
I St. John's River, from filly to one before be pre..atlb. petition to the Prevailing winds, N B and 8 W. I 178631E
spread, hundred thousand pricks, at eight dollars per Secretary of State,signifying his desire of e> Fair days 21; clouds 5 ; '!tID15. 1' 74 67 1'1 t' Cool eelpleunt...
N< war cote sounded bur doom; thousand they are one site smaller than the. ing a Patent,shall pay into the Treasury btaia-I I 1 78 x15 it E rrnb bmu. .
But where they have fathead him home withIbedead Charleston and Savannah Bricks, aa for dollars,and shall take duplicate receipts t rCBBCAKT. 14 t2 6& 9W Rain 'J1Joder and tigba4
ity they are equal to them if not tJat1nal- wi-kb, reeeipta fee shall deliver to the Secretary of 162 36V Fair 1 80 66
prepared to furnish those that wish to purchase, State,when be presents his petition." "n. sa 43 E It I Iii 6:' E Fair
Sweet Liberty points to 1ft teab. one hundred thousand every thin!days if require It baa been the practice in many cases to send 10 26 N Cbnd7 177 61 S E Fresh breeze.

Ae die white shroud Ml bis limbe ed. or I will get them'ready aa otherwise ordered the-money above mentioned to the Secretary of d 4t 27 NW Fair 1 s 1 70 6717866.E
o'er in .
sleep, byjiving d no notice. i I I State or to the Superintendent of tbs Patent Office .46 35 N E It
And bis fitment dirge wa4 rung, N. 0. The JnUogtoo Creek it Mean railet i I ; bat In future,applicants for patents will It 78 65 Shower II Erse. g.
The race of Ah coontry'a frief' wan deep, above Jacksonville,aDd hat a safe harbor, and I I conform to the directions of the .law eu the eub- .CS3'-a6. 21 766 63 N Raia
And his death pan widely flan anr vessel thai tails op the fit John'e,'can load I I Jets, and make the required. payments into" .. 'U 'Q N \V Cloud' 2' 76 10 Fair
from a plank army landing. I reasury. Z1: lu N Fair. 73 G6 CI'ct, 8tonDl68 -

In UM fergreea lead where be rook to repose, REUBEN LORING.8i.Aagaatine.May87th It will tie a compliance with the I.",Ie this .... V; t 3 23NW 'S 24 74 E
1835. S-tf. the the 1 40 28 I' Cloudy flakes of 76 58 Fair
AI the breeze OIIdat1faa1t '1 main ;eet, to pay mUMy to Treasurer o! the snow
States hit 11 45 30 II Fair 8El 69
United Washington,or to credit,in
The 1wi&ld'.. beams of his" Come arose. .. 83 83 IE s
any one ef the selected deposite' Banks. Tbe I 49' at NE I ;..
With the depth of...COUlt,,', P i0. receipts should auto: by wtler' pay mental I 13.Jt.. u i. 2463 w.
.ifeftnKerdumt 1hI.'I1J, made.and forwbatoblect.As 158 38 'a S. .' t: 84 CBeN

They tore Urn hems to bis kid of. 'fame. Tailor, St.HAS .' eaabas. a notice to this effect was published' Dad the 1 60' 45 E"': t. 3J m 86 70 E V .
To thi eeilom eIueIe eIi... October: last suffiaient time baa elapsed for (3 It RaJq. f
j Where Usetarleekeferili' with &ft' foraale at his store recently opened, its being known to those interetted. Therefore, 17150. 1 Aver., Mazimaarj9,6r Iri..t
a ebl.1 .. m N W .
Cload1- .
assortment goods ore tsptriorqtit&v fees for patent*nbith may be cant the Secretary Winds, E aad 8 E.
flame, which h will tell at a email advance above the 'of State or Superintendent of the P&telit'OIiei, 1154 3B 8 Jt Fair. Fair. dI1.,.26{ Cloudy t:; BalD ..
'i TJtrewcIa......... New York I will band Hats J 8:11 It ...
,..dt .rUme.. 8.GREATNESS. price*- keep on after tbs lit of May.will be retaraed. I t ? m
"''t ., .: .. ...... .r., Roots Shoes and Gentlemen's Wearing Appa Feet for copies of patents. spatifiesUoas, of, b 1/4. N E".. t Wii IfIA.... .
nl. anclnriolllGtUr arUcJ'ella the clothing U n.. .2) .6) 47 8 B .
for Winter and 8ammet dress.Q3'Gen drawings or fur recording essignme&t.should : .. .I VERY bee met of bad eaacslafayscw.sUiattd -
71 lSS S A
be transmitted to the the Pa'
Superintendent oo die wiaeesef Jebngtl
jfa dotting made to order jintbemostfksbldaabla
Bxtrect. tlemzo's ao
-. end warranted, tent Office: tn coin,where they atnoant to lets 27358. Cloud1 Creek. It Is well l timberedLive with C1 Cep
I dotter ,tare for greataett, to fit manner, than Eve dollars as bank &iti under thai strut 24 88 52 8 E .. OakaadPicOrangtGrove. .and bal apoa talaTge erd

-- 1&iiill tint I...too much oat ordOon, ., .. will not be received. ._._, 2.56 49 N \V 'S t' ..... itk fog It may be bad oa MU..

Tit any watte. boae-jon wH)cot Cad i it Ntl2'6 JOHN FOSSYTH.DittaniEst I 59 52 N E" .. ring terms Appjaeeet.
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Oaee a weak ia ifeewa aooio, e4 OF StAll. IAHiJ' ss' fU N 'Y. RaJa ...OLA8&w.u.
I' up sty A LL persons having( d....4t'.niut.... J83G. } Jane 1701.1864.
88 3D ,19 "Fair.lee
Basalt.. 1d _
Tb .yen choose, 4IIWiIUJaI1l11ft1.. den wifl preseettbtmbroperiy i .s.ocaue.tssos.IoN. .-
"'Acidmiltfor II Jaleit4m.eto en.11, m rdyou attested and *U persons indebted fiTTbeBewspspenantlierkad tooub 'mb Ih .
.'Tothe ... Of ti filcur,or t0'.acta to said Estate will make iamediste payment to laws will insert thus notice weakly three times Anni'MWauUl 54.3 'Mtsiaam.3BrS. : terse. rer.GOOD. ....... .
; .
JQS t, SMITH Admr. tame sad ... ,1,1at
eacfc sad send thrir eceoonu to the
Ad la Superintendent of
t oat q _for It. '- P"Ylilinr Wi8cH. N W and N E S ,
flee J7.,,.. tie ft tent Office. 't4i18 I "' 1", tab oftaa of at "
lade fl711e 11 i deeds 8 i t.ta, t, Jan ,'1'I a .1ft. ..

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