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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: January 13, 1836
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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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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I. GET', !. : 'O..BIG,7t. tilitin* was" preceded' as\\\\' probably will he I diem petk with uuimation t,f the coolness 110'"e. of.Mr. RaclifT. m little to tho a."ab

... ."'. .r.,.. --. t..:... im rliy the enactment and execution of a and deliberation with which he conducted ,.. of Col. Duoimett's mid broke and destroyed j
I ,.ftTiit from> France iiou-intercounc urt, but during the whole I
I THOUGHT:; l IN A I 1ULCONVATDAYKRtiAK. his men to the charco. the lantern aud every thing tbey could at the

The Packet shiii Wcstu.ieuier. had arrivpd nt ;, course actual of it warfare* oudeavoun, the, Clmee M'I'| to ,the'Affaire! : moment: of \\' c hire: beets furuis'-ied! with a diagram Light House. The nest day they proceeded
New York on the 2Uh alt/ Hilt! brought
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A nALLyvscutty.'a intelligence) that )Ir., Barton had demanded ,1 f the t io countries remained: at their post in of the battle ground, and we think nothing up the river 16 miles north to Anderson's,

11oro the east Ilea coldly fair bit passport on rhr hit ii i November as '; London and V/avhjngtdo respectively for could indicate gRAter skill than the position plundered I tho dwelling house and carried

It break upon rn, evened eye! turning as the ground of that measure the ': the' very purpose, silt wtjuM( l appear, of leivi which tho enemy had taken. Theapproach ofTtho !boats, flats and stores of'every description
rl fulfilment of Ibo of i lug the door sIinn for conciliation: or coruproiuUe. i but did other damage. They
tJlIlhe saint and d'wJ air{ Don Treaty July. 1631 tu the Ouithlacouchy is from the! no 1
Uu'tl These, did nut bo sericutapprenetuions On iljfprr tr5 appear tu any ;
How ..ftWrf tao pure and pearly sky! of a rapture "but still, this fact : doubted that M. l*ilJeu't! flat;ecretaiy of N.E. ftidc.. The crossing to the S. W. side ( : hut the sugar works having a lira

e1 ". The. star melt, in a fighter fire, bad the.final eflec: of depressing the funds. ; the French Legation at \V htton, who was in an Indian canoe which carried eight quantity I of coin stored in tbera! they were

The dew in sunshine leaves the flower *' Admiral de Rigny died! at Parts on the 17tb was left there by M. Serntrier: with the rank mm; of course much time was consumed in left ,unharmed. Oft Major HtrtOt'a plantation ax x
s.S Nov. of dropsy in the the chest or Charge d'Affwires. ui i 1 1 hu iuuut'led.b1 the crowing of tlio IO. After the crossingto they1' burnt erefy thing to the ground,
*; follow{ Mr. llartuu'
Letters dated Toulon, speak of very active his gevernment to example siijrnr works, negro houses and: all except
They, team their watch, In tight retire, preparation in tho maritime arsenal at' Ifbe hal'aot already: l teen sent out of nn open landing place, a trail led, by a the cora house and carried off all the negroesttbi'iit :

; VI.ileto. \ in 'fldftlll pas from ourt.I that place Repairs were in active progress the country by toe Presid4 iit's orders. A nun sinuons route to an open field ii the shape 75 in number Some of Depeys- t tY

r upon such vessels as needed them, and considerable ., intercourse acton the part of America, rol10c.1 of a hone shoe, ha which the whole of our ter' negroes joined them and they earnedaflTallthe
I 'turn from. the rebuking morn, quantities of arttjlery' are '!niyhJ,. by reprisals on the pan of France, i i.. rest, about 60, except one old
forewas This U1Iirinn'It
I posted. > surrnundcil -
Tbo cold! gay ky and fading star.' The general (impression. seems to he. however considered still more rtee."aMe.'I'bo roach ,' J negro mau whom tbty shot and burned in
Government flatter themselves that the .>n all. tides by a thick hainmoc.Thp .
the and horn that Algiers; is the destination of all these people lair hut. All the negroes from the other
listen harp ;;
'Aad to vrel. and it i i. by no muant.. a secret, that of the United States will uffi-r nearly asmuch firing commenced from the! "hammoc. plant.lions. eicapld except 3 of Hunter's.'

} 1 Anu sea the wnltzers uer and rRl'- the resistance to the French, in that quarter as France tinder this system of quasi which conceded the enemy and protectedthem I Spring, Garden we learu from Mr. For r
and flower nre bright ni yet hostility and morcorcr. ,hey will bo much
The lamp is such as to cull fo; very .strong; reinforce* ,
in' n great measure from the dcitructivo rater that the loss total one. The
Und lips beuealh\m"' bright thau ments.SPAI.X.. leu patient under thrir want: of Fi enrh w ine was a

Skirmishes had takrn place, between At all| vents it is inferred, that the state :, fire of our troop Plantation laid waste and the buildings and

I they; theQuecn truoiM. and the. 'arlit ontbe2Gth of noninterconrse may continue"without any Front the same officer we learn that the :)o hogsheads of sugar and tho caue: sufficient
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an I How ran n reoe tn fair beget. I until after Air.\ \'+n Hureu's instaU
ar and 2th October. near Vittoria. Nn rupture general impression was that an understanding to manufacture 70 bhdi more destroyed; and 1
. The r.aournlullbouJbtt bear awry! polttirnl result. ment in, tho I're'i4J"uu 1, "II," it is thought
Account from Afadrid= to the 21st. speak and French silk, aud of a.mjijket for their exists between Ibo Creeks and Semi :: the negros amounting to 160. and hence aid l I

'Til something that thou art tint here, hisd! favorable of the Queen cause.Wirlikn cotton and tobacco, than st!people France) notes; anti it was his opinion that= during tho I II t t mules.takno off. Loss about 330,000. \ "

.Sweet lover of my lighted word! l preparations were proceeding{ will under their corru"pou Hug tfisad nutates.. nctifirt. the Seminoles were reinforced, as In tho Herald notice is taken of the killing.

'Tis something that my moMc.'f tear uitlK'Xtraonliuary Ou the 25tbatnu- that there will no .under 19 any serious oh I bo Ic\'eralJu.liant) come iuto the action pf/Jrnocnr, on the St. Johns. This i is a.
static to nn nmirable! accommodation of the
fur the
By thu forgetful hour it stirr'd! Irt..t:14 men by tho signed ht; of December clothing nn I ho of 20th 50,000 another only I point difference' w|nch will then Jcmam with packsun their back .* deeply afflicting OrCUrl'lDte.'e ( ,,

..; JJut I have lung a !loiterer been I wa concluded for 50,000 more deliverable between the two (' uulrit.. l Thi is out opinion also anti has he'n from that he was 23 year t.M-ha.1 just returned

In haunts where joy it said! to be; at the rinse period. One fifth nf the the time that: we were advised of fte murders from Picolata. w here he had been on duty

0u fiat though ttith'!race I enter in, lev) of KK.OM) ( mm would, it wnscalculated Q 'Q, A 1 tfI i t w t a.tm v, committed by the Creeks on the Chat- and (had dutinguubed himself by bit good

t. The nympth c"mtl never forth trill tnt rrhs; o 'th.Mr rtpnip'ioti: i lot !payment '..( I I tahoochie river. There is also reason to apprehend conduct.and soldierly deportment; and had
r It 186.Our :? i
4,000 real ((1.111: .) w lit h sum a.i.nlit, uuarly: 'dayJanuqry 13t .
me! corer the cost. nf t'11tillllU'&H of I tsar: rpinaiuiusH'MKM. .=- = a uniou of a mare alarming nature ,1 gone to the plantation of&Ir. Bay tocndcavor -t 4..
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t *t r. wints. I : 'Vohiu,'r, regimentscro: be- I InJiun Difficulty \Vet loaru from and one that may render r pitb n deeply to save as tt.luch of the crop (lr Ino\'ii.'nJ .

,h' : inn" ti..r.d' till over ill* -utiirv.; an olllccr of the .Array just from Camp King, interesting to the Southern State:; generally. i ihero as could bo brought away. Two brothers ,

THE SABBATH HELL. 'UUI\,, : -h'I.t.! ThifJ( iurnal. :of Qtn ,',,ti the following particulars; ] in relation- the Capt. JOHN WILLIAMS, having just of this young man ware then absent in
sPA iv. f \VAtac'mil the croud rd city glido i t' tthu-li' ocrwirpil I l\c- .ii-it'ti f the ancient n1r.:ir of tie :JI.t ult. TJiro hundred regu> returned from Tomoko and Spring Garden another part cruise country turn th- purpose'

r r Thp gorgeous. trains of pomp and pride, <*.cra'7 its (A a,'st. \'lo1'i
Tilt even the labouring p aYt'ment groans; : cent villagp: *: the battle. The other portion of the Voluntpcr which enables us to correct our former *
, 'fn 'hr23Ii: .\uI'Ir.'' abmit :Ti oVIotkin III The Indian CA&f rowsLL.-'rho: character :
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.\ FOtl"IIUrtt'1 wear the siouet *:hnd not crossed the fiver at the time accottuts.He .
I :Slio nflernniHK'n Ihitlt'ulluku arose (rum of this chip! i i. hut little! knonn, nnd notufHcieutly '
And through thn rei-Ung nirtlnlh 1110 ; nr were not. organized; when the attack wasmade. confirms the loss 'of Judge Dunham's :, He
tin* foot of Mount Ardscbei'h) (o>t be i'ie oft ( app-eria'rd. is rr1resrurdto .
The tide ot fashion's !i.! irllu-fctfrK! t which Ivt arici:! is i + tn.itil; l) fr'mi, which, CMlumns : Forty or fifty. afterwards weretrowed house. Iii relation tu the destruction of tin \ be" a *avage; of.r..nllatl. energy; IIf rluractcr. ; -

What speaks from toner and turret (:fair; of lttmus( liur !|,, nnd hold dariu;. The skill with whichIIP !

t With solemn 'knell! f noi*$ At the: ft.imo m-Mii-m.. 1t"'tell! h was line parallel! with the regulars' JA aid ,i in nrrencc took place at 12 o'clock nt night" IIM+ for a long lima roans gnl to fr,' trntf'
1 pro' break frit tit rork and a t t'!ra !.I,' Cr1lplsh.ts|' % .' l l.e;;'iii.Thckhnvk : ; the monure of nur &:nycrnnu=ot for the nmoval -
the dcipntHui cure, covering the landing and a bridget that he was on the opp..I..t.k" IIU; '
rontinund fur VMII ,succrs,ivo temporary | { ..flbe iudiatis .beyond) the !lissi i.,ippi/
Aud It'Drle.tArn the proud to \'rayer.: :-, mid followed cacii ;,:.,er with. muttn that had been finished after, the '' was borough, nod saw by the light of tho iris n entitle him tll \\ie ronsidcrrd t as supplier to

, The Sabbath Hell.From .. w ftil ibnnder; people I fc l 11;rugitalyd ts if un nn ocean. over. great number of Indians, as he supposed n* Black Half k. Charley Omathla a chief of

i l 1 liy a Hior.n; Atiout two thotuandwire l ll The attack of the Indian was' 'desperate, many as 100. The whole promises ate a j the friendly .party, mterpn.ed dilFicultie to
youdrr cottage home where meet l h'IU '!i throun tlu"( n. Confii..iou and.! ; the execution of !hi. plan, and he At once
Round their lit. i tbo .and n number, n f charges; were made' by our complete ruin. Mr. 5Atoji aTthat when j t shot him. lie bore ;inveterate ha
the low caves, the wnodlfiv: ucct t Itrrnr1 r'? at uht: i'.iunbuan: c ao red to-
And ,the young tine flower peering hrut' !h fled iiiN: ti.-f! CttlUII \; -.'\" 'ntl l, wcreovcittikrnin force* before iho enemy pave way, and before the roof af.DunAans's house fell in, this yells'of I j wards Gen. Thompton, the Agrnt. and! yet
The rustic ;; & their flight i a nJ) hu ivl) in :h.? mint; 150; they were finally ru ted. Our troops the savages were terrific, and! he saw them he concealed his antiptthier %n -kilifullv a,

rues hedge$ ricli n i'la .!CMT, ucrtious prri; ..hrd. Up tu il.., litnf Hnptein kept tho field threo hour* after the action dancing in numbers around the flames.n completely l to deceive the sigrntantltninducv
Tours on each ..pacing ZcphryV brctkt: her there tbrro f'lUr'wrk"' 'him to poiuiderfo.'rf// futn.iiv.
day tU
w '
i rrp 1 r nvi'r> I prr untlly :
until all ,the horses Mhifli had been About 12 o'clock the th*
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A rush: fIr fr igranri* puremd idol! I; only they acre tar \uak.'r.lu11.t'llu.t. : | !' rote swanover succeeding clay Gen. Tkom\on fell ly th,' hnn,!s of I'oirt'tl. !
What !urns gay rfiiidio-d'! thrones ? *i.lf rnl'le tI.1IUI't that ,lint "hc inb.iiitanis ( )and the TVr>unded and dead were retroer be says eleven Indians crossed over to Col. This \\arrior chief wa prctput three day* I
n\vny ..f Kit "'' thus > a- regulars lost |tu killed and wounded DummetCt and laid waste the pi:mtfttioude-!. at .ul..f the Ouilhtucaueh/, u ,
'1 quit at morning My l.oiliin th' field*, or flpd!1 i iiu,{ tS'p vilingt-c; and tho volunteers 7', tvouuued.Regular molished every thing in the dtveHiug! except I dutj.il of n kith sir far nt rte art sole tu col :
,
Their native .b! ]fl! I li..d not) I l's cat tilde to return to tlo t un.tfomo .- 1 I 'lees tho same, i i.* trooJI-2 artificer* and! 2 privates two tables and built a fire upon the floor, cvidently )
Mint lures them to God' temple door 'had, iitlvmpted Ir. but, could not that I ppr. H i.i !>r'per to oluerv tint hoonsht: I
: than ru,,, f1tinUle. f killed' ; 1 captain; 1 1st lieutenant! I 2J de.! with a view to consume it but the I, be "
Their 'holy lentou conning o'prf moro : a Ail:I tho villngp* ; not to called Foictll., a:* that! it only a
a -- -- - ,
tu the diitnnro of ahove 1 Iii) mites! hud suffered s; sergeanm, 4 corporal 40 privates wounded ire having burnt a hole ia tho floor went nick'name. 'Hi* Indian_ came is' tstOLA.) "-
t' s The Sabbath He 11 ? 4 killed 52 wouaded.
, dreadfully. A great iiumhcr of lives ; 4th ] e I out. nucll.y that he h..uld be diti giiihed. It is
Militia flegiaieu
iraudded>> Col. "
were lost in tltPin, rnd uioit of the housesduotroyiil. onde4 .
The chaitened spirit worn nith cart; ; The following are those which Warren, Maj. Cooper, severely l Lieut. John Capt. tntliamt also says, that Depvyittr't arhre ninrb trouble that he if will they give do not tl.e act Government with I

That scarce can lift its burdened! ;prayer 4 mTcrcd unpin : nt T. :r.iluth! : 00 hon>e* were Yomans; privates James Tyson. and Jno. dwelling house out hnu,cs and sugar works that derision a..aI| eaergj. that becomes &h.p.nYer .

Ah."vp the host of.toils tlint thriutIt ti trn\\'it iluMti, HIM! 15: perilled. Half unite 11igginbotham l;. slightly. were burnt, .and the negros wit! but one or and force of the country. The doI *

broken; |>inion di w'n in .!111.1 l. v lla6tu..r: *l/.Hihwrhi: .. i.i d..lroJcd. thnum- Militia eon Troops total 7 2 wounded.privates slightly 1 : two exceptions: captured and taken oft" I vustatioii and ruin that he has already
her killed M .....t1 known, but it : to t""It'dtill
Tint t ,love* the path) when* fastltdoth rie haw h.. MI roiisidcratne.;) At Tapiaretsi.:0 appears Aggregate, 4 killed, 511; wounded,-out of llunttr.. cotton house burnt and 4 or 5 I dollar, not fall short of n million of

In contemplation!,; the sVirs, ,p.....11' pi-fished. The village of MantzofirI 227 wen in brttle.' negros< taken.

Vet "'"n.1 beneath n !hopt-lc chain! outs of .those that: h:(vo suflered .ibjo most.- The attack was comaenced about 12 o' The. Lantern in the Light home at Mus- 5j'riit;: Harden 'iurnf.-ThU 'valuablePlantniiou

. 'lletnkcs. ij-to it* t:...k again: Only I \'t- l..r.oullh'cd their lit es, with great clock by a few Indians '.iul from( the south quito dtmolifthed.At ; belongpd to aa enterprising cit!-
diiHt-nlty. \VelckfS, only bouse is zee from the state of Smith Carolum. It h .j .
U'lut hid it. aplureC'1I1) une \tltt side or.the river, a the militia that Anterior plantation but little :
injury
!left sliiiidiiiK, aad great many lives were Situated on Spring Garden Trek, which
'bat brines fcuiugti tear ilrops dim; theCommunion : l lust. Of Weksrt, two thirds are destroyed bad not crossed over whl:h f_Ere was instantly was done. empties iiMlf into the Si. Jolm about 12

t},, I.\\' ''''nm is completely) annihilated, LSI)'. I returned h, them vtrm eet. _ns several Mr. S. II. Williams{ dwelling homo burnt miles =Above Lake Ge6rgf. 'rbe settleraeot

with its native *,.1.i.t \ Cont-txi 1 has b eu swallowed up by the earth of the Indians fell dead, >am']'the! rest precipitately but sugar works uninjured. was made at great e pene. and labor, and
nUll n great lake-bus taken its lie- under the the active and!
The Hatihtth' Hell. I place retreated farther bsek. At the same Major Heniot sugar works, dwelling and judicious management
t \ 'UPS this, 12 other villages have each about ef Mr. --Forrester had advanced great
:an !houses moment a heavy fire was:'opened by the 10.II small corn house burnt But Iris houses
And thou. tvhosp ftluue,of I destroyed and eighturten persons nesrn value. Beside. cation, corn, and other articles .
rap'rd riy. iIIe"I." diane on the regular troops, which was returned and principal granery untonrhed. Al of provision nhieh! 'the place hid. yielded

Dost lightly scan this simple lay (From the London ,,Time of Km. J.] II by them_and from this time a e.ntla the nogros captured and taken off: in very great abundance the present ra-

When to thy' view you aural spark, riUVATK CoaaKSPONDEKCIt.P.tnis sheet of fire blazed along' both lines. The. The following being I son the prttpietor rea.ooihljr culcuhfed mi
.\tli I cfCrlbJki.t and suns are dark, i S turday After noon.-In runsqurnce Indians n more particnla upwards of one huu What: tntha fair and lighted hail i of fresh instructions received from posted in a thick scrub' and the account will be read with intrmt.Go ftetiUrincnt u in the way ufauold

A Where, cheritliod. Washington, Ir. Barton, the Charge. d'- troops ia an open pine baf'uen. JTbe militia tbo rooming of tho 20th( or 27th Dec. and cutmtiintly used crossing place of the
friend. hold! festival \
: ; Affaire) of tho United States, at ;:G o'clock uuder Col. Warreo were;.ordered to form a the Seminole Indians under the Alit Philip ludians. Iud as a frontier position. a station

What t.t the pensivee l 'listening par, yesterday afternoon trannitted to the Duke line from the river through tbp hammock together with.a email! of Tehees, and might havoheen formed here which would
1 .Shall! thy death tidings tell?p dn Broglie a formal application" for his passport party !have beau mivantageons to the pnblir service
*. The motive for and scrub, tis, cover tho lauding' place, horses a number or Indian'nrgroei, estimated. from anti it i i. .
, ,taummnn to tin In"lybier aligned .this meausre, ., the opinion nf many, :hat i if
-The' hurVtingfcMi, the hitter tear in his official note iskiuiply( the lion' excctiou baggage, &e. but a small,,portion of tie ml. 60 to 120, came to New mrua. lOath of the government had. afforded the' mean of

f' of the treaty negotiated m Paris in the year litia crossed over consisting of.officers and Mosquito inlet ;took possession of aad'plundered stationing'twenty mm there., and at t" U IIr

r The Sabbath bell.. of 1831. and afterward* Huh' : ratified for tho anon from different companies I of the 4tb the house' of Air. Dunham, Parties of three other pointson tlM St. Johns it would ,

payment of tho 52.000,000: francby the regiment; nod a few from the Leon them scattered about tbo bare afforded complete protection to all the
.. .. French to for American Government, as an troops neighboring plantatiotts j; .tlle.ueOtillat of the St. Johos. Tho e.ti-
k -- --- --- -- indemnification for tho spoliation committed together with the field and .to3'of the 4tb of Cruger sad Depeyster and Mr. mated :loss of Col Rees, is from. $130.000: to iI!

,PoTlon.-Por.n the celebrated Professou on American commerce under the Berlin and Regiment.We Hunter. The Indian, negro John C..If.i $150,000

ur Greek: ; that university of Cambridge.w .' Milan d'-rree. *. la npito of the. ,serious shape are happy to learalthat( Col. Warren, endeavored. to decoy Air. Hunter_ from his ---
confirmed tot, and when he was so "ba..b this.. question lias now; assumed, tue who o/id/ tuoAfi tA'c this m cWDt itwill be
was severely wounded' is recovering, house on of! bio
tipsy, that hec-'uld n"* .longer artieulata Kn, French au l h ritir. seem still ,to treat,. it wtih pretence selling ; cattle and svsdoubt parttenlalj interestio to possess a
gush, he wmdd utter G/eek ns fluently as a their accustomed lnvitv. Thry' will not and (baths was able tu return. with his troops. hores. Ho however having heard from bis knot ledge of our Ali.'itary! organization

druu) 'tn Helot. The memory e.F this* man brnlava{ ur at !I pint effect la dilrr..cJit, the Maj. Cvoper was too severely wounded to negroes that largo numbtrt{: Indians wore and "e therefore give a lilt of the General

. was molt remarkable And be has hero I J| t possibility Ifs rupture bptwe-n two fripudly! be brought from Fort Diane, although stated aboat refused to Ida: tho f'teraoolJ.rol.ed Staff and the Regimental. Staff u the 2d
go
known to give the powers su lung\ and sci ulliedis. .. Rfg imeot and of the
ptoduci of intimatply respective
a mm whirh| to b in H fair way to recqyer. the ricer cum p a ay
multiplicand and multiplier were of sin I arc Franco and tbe United: 'States arising to CoLDummeti's. The officers attached to it.GcitEaiir !Ii
figures. in ,,ue enmusn. nod without ideas. I i out of n tialiry question) of money No direct 'Our Informant states that the, ),.enemy' is Indians had possession of Dunham house STAFF SKCOKD Da.GADL

siranro of p tprr or nenril After. his death 'I apiiJiraiioubnsjet beea made either in Paris 'supposed to have: lost about 100. io kille4 an day, and about oua, fa! tae morning of the Josgrp, HatifAffOzz, BrfBatlitr G
a cast was inkro .. !! or U ashiogion for the '' ral.
f his head hich | eiplanationor apolu and wounded. ,
w a* alaI) A following day, set it on fire lad burned it ,
openpd, and it* evrlopmmit utterly onnihi-, | gy enquired h, the amendment of General. HP ttatea further that Clio day after the i Jour DftTSDiii.WllMlltT .'All" .doj f't1'or.
'tai ai rhr. thf'ory! of the ;pbrrneohsxtstr i with! Yat..se an the law <>lest ..n ssuraand:, ii is action the term of service |t.1 the volunteers : together with all the out-buildings to the L.w.s F'LZUIt6' BriG4' l tlIr.
toss its him. fail the orgnu. of (obtu pne... :1 j vercertata that oo lualcoaisactedwitis crou.Dd. ; ia the course of that day they CUAaJ.a !tU.IOU. Bnpd, Q r. 1llater.
laud .tupiliiy" were m* u>fir-auily .fj.pUyed 1 !t the American Gov;rniii.nt has ever ens-r expired: and would return; to tLeir bollt I. burned sad destroyed all the baifdiqgs on .84t.L. \V.I.L.AJilI.. l

en' pofs.ir'a skull wa the this I cs,. I i i aintd she reiiMitp.i ides of volunteering the Geol. CLINCH was obliged! to return to Fort Cruger Dad Depfrjstor's plantation |?..., S iJ,.
tnt uvF rrum* under :' ure-ai'm require! DaARC. except a RB ..IIL TAL STIFF Scoi
>e'to-ireof ihr cur on account of.the wounded.We : RZOI.UT.
1 g .'*!.. 'IV" ua.r dih| ...,1y ,n., b."* "bj, vhs ': It rptoakable t',at the rre..a Govern- learn also from various corn louse, abb all on Hunter's,. eicept a JUIt rn &:; SABCHM. Colonel,
M. ists4i' C'.ttd| ''''*fr 4.putriitei! mitt ... meat al AVi.biugtoa aave. ,in ibis recall of sources, that corn house. A. party cf 11 indians then Francis Cue.Limn. Colon al.
I.,. 8trtirtrill.. ( '8ft 'J.I, 1: i....Irietrsest. .0... \1 r. Barton ,depttslt. < from the prcp pot the officers and soldhrs ebaedlaJa the : crossed the river sad plundered aDd destroyed Joba M Faotane. Major. ., .

v'e't'' 'u'ttuurielrouses aClialt he fl cldo 5 which hit brio rstuMishvd. >in 18(5.( on the most determined braver Geo. Cttnco. every thing ia Col.Duramen's houte.sod Jobu C. Clelaad A ufaal. "

.olIgrt1", 1 1 1 t occasion utaharairture.sitb" ntl."d. (who ofronrse' )bad thecdSKad) distiogul. set. it .n firo \ from somecstwe'ovother"h, PayjdR. Dcooami au tHf Master. t
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John C. Huthtr. Ber,. Majer. frntmfJis"ll I I%0 ndusrv: and ptwevcnurutrpr Atigu>tin >v fur the defence of the inniHntflpfJFI ef.&r* t1

Then Flitvd Qr. Mister Sergeanf.\ p. hare in m mv in.*wucr. lire 1 .>1'11':1' from the ntt.&rU nfrhr f| llinnli eriwr! ...tTrrs for sale the following ) 14.. < \8U.

SI Mtj-juf/ne Guard, Con,. A. .u ulen'y >,%vrwhpuid| vithabsolutepuverinnd ( 8ealouse JI M.1i .n,.. Offre i.!s>* .*-o may JtoSt 1 artirlv*. jlht i rerrizrd from Dor fjiiir.,:,.. *. '". '. ,.,, Yf'd h.s

Ilenjamln A Putnam Mjor.Sii ilii* dn-p l1'h,|"urru. while lifting iuccn '-lfmltdr- lu !bo c.halrm n, Hther! 'cllu,1I1 donut per brig ll'ilii-iti'; 'lot-e.-tM"' .'+1'' \ '? .ttchaet l'oot' fa

u",el J Northrop/ let Ueut' a.. fidence im John ft. Mitrhrll.'' 2dXatUuict .. (;OYf'rlllllt'n.irh .Ins not navcd I thein.j3u# / '.| f Situs's nt 60'.1,1&, I I'. 31.j in |I.b.nul i! ) irtt'fpipesBRANfiYCOCiNAIMisht, ," .M! intend.keep! "gten cenraf s t ivy a hole< 4i.tintwj j Ay |
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\ C. Srolii 3-1$ be rereiv j +cuize '''tt.o Ynluiilwt. nn'I Jntlkr nr ; trltxifa
may +d, and ihoie dopi-ndiujr: upon In or colored 3. li: erne* of all Nnthih' tits 1
'' 4 Compo JL them be saved from; the h jinny nl'threatened range merits,{ i rtccd6t. fur Ih'ir' jmuirdiitodeparture. Dud Ii) yearr: .* old.! [1'in-t, Castilloo & thai be hi! not' n Hand. .Vcrtnwatof ..,. trove I
WiHnm Depuy+ter.: Captain. <* want. Tb r r"niii.iiii"Mull? (:n'* lira ml!] in iprs" nod half pipe of Hood Laq"o,.. d,1YIis. \lees a c.
1st Lieut.Dougla The committee do therefore rec'oouuendIbe rely on the fcenl and pairi.Mmu' ..f their fel- ; BRANDY CHAMPAGNE. years old in + ,OLd Llqaorot: -Id' ..n.., ,
Dnmmett f 21Wffiiara I .. adoption by this meeting tho following low cilizens!.h..uM l erv.risbefequire:I bfil. It i. not deemed i.errtt ,r t,, MT"h' lh..
.. in Florida theifor r. The pubic nri i <\It..d r., ..v
I H. William, &l I solutions: for the defer cc of heir brethren BORDEAUX CLARET.in casks, of different Ibenifhot.!-.... frei-L P.J
Comp. C. 1. Thai Rricudirr& Cjcnl. Hernindez I. E. HOLMES. Chairman. low t .ortw.''
commanding prices, some very and presses idt frut; such| .
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.... John Williams.. Captain. the militia; & other, I tramps in thitcity *' ALEX. MAZYCK, SALLAD OIL. in baskets, Dutch Cheese. P.uri.. H j ..d er re.. w, 'tb .,' L
f i, .'. Virgil Dnpont, l"t 'C Lieutenant. & talC 0'aho t.J.hhu. rir.r lee rrqurlifiL 0 A LI"UEPIIUOER.; .AND 'r.r.f.r r.iiki-: ,.. fr''Kntrerat' ;It'to tt I'I ..
2d isiue provision from tho putdic Ito,..* twsF I rrrif; J3.,11L. PATTERSON.: A few bases SARDINES, in oil. lit llwii Ita'r...a .gn + '.d"| 1.1!be f..t {slot'l,
P dl JtBies.Ptflhcrr.. 3d ., chat for the: relief{ nf such' prri.n< n.aro in'' '. f t:. KDMONDSTON.JAF. : ALSO m: IIA:.ID.' tint..Inre of it.caim*. '"'

Comp. D.Jtm'sfCflngh inrned l. ato want; It rc.isni nf the le trucl- L. PETIURU.l. Old MEDOC: WIXE ill hates<< I t1'SI Dtft rAI!
Captain lull of ilu'ir mean of u' .iste'lC,', l h ylhe 4y- Y.HAYNE. Assorted cnrdiaN. fir 11lftli11 i II. J\ goal! Anirleofpapir Ruled t'

'Kmanurl Cresno, 1st Lisat. Hgt, e1/ 'Illy. ur 'hy reason uf the .-...UCl', tuth. --- ., -,- -- .1 A few holes Oil nf Kirch. >>| for *choob' : and fine lettrr;
Jus. ,\. I.I*tgbls' 2d. .. : .. lic : S Errant color- P.inicular plptt
s put+ service, of thtirhn t -j + Cbrist".pher. JJravo 31 \ I .lhCrt-ROd that }Fu soon as iin/olEcerof, the 1'.1'01'1' IIKIMJIIY: UIVKX.: That Charle.tnn. Uer. ;!. Children &.servant when sent to tbit.

Coa L:. U. S. Army shall arrive. 1I.I ivinj .public pro- !! _" an election will he ,h.ld at the CourtHou ,- ALSO tl
Jolin t\rr.: CttjitaiH. i : Ti-tnus under bit control: that he also be ) .o in the! Cit> nf St -\U ttl'e"ttl'e !the x,J If SSiT13f.VG 110 U8E.w Cano seat Fancy and Windsor

James llfltiiMii. l tVenaneio firut. requeued l aid io this oece'llr1.ur. of chat I l I1 Monday! ;ur Frbiwry next for the electionof NOW UPJ.NLIMT lill.Mijt' "aOI."! good.

S lurh, :,:M.I .. i ray and duty. a CI rk.'a; SherilT, n Coroner und a f jf PILtON. FreshDtie/l Ora Howard.: 31 i, I T :!. 'I'hd: our Delegate in Congress be requested I County Surveynrfor: (buutyuff3tJbouscr it Ilth: IYAtt11 and CuLU D'TII4! WANTED i TO PUkCIIAS!/ ,
betakenVaVd
Comr. ,. '. to uo I hisiliest; exertions> to. obtain toispprnpriatinur + o !in. said. l respective alGt'ers: for the I BATHS WV if VAPOR"and"aii6\VE"K A quantity ..f dry black .,mo,, t.
Charles) ; : waited, eter> ll'ednudayaxd: Satur. will be paid half iu cash and '
Loris Cujtt.iin, foc'ihe: immediate
trade
.. palD.at cnming. : term!nr tw o years from satdday of dff. and any other day if 3 fmih. sill !. \ ..
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teqnife the "tore.Te.
Jose I Ii
i' mar. h. Lieut I the troop.vcnlled into military service for" Election. I Warm bath*, 50eenu ; I Cold,2". cent. j by themonth -
? j Francis J. A v i CPt. IMRohero. I *. the (pnldie! defence) fair the time already I'llt.1 i i OII.li=tb .:sou"fir, John M. Footaoe. & I twice per week U dolhr. t1U.Ab'U CON YE Y11
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I > JU i. rind fur their futuio c
payment monthly o.r hi Jos Ihflrrnisudrz are appointed Inspectors OKA IJO\\ \nD. St.
'--"' Com;>. (i- timii hty while they shall he contiuurd\ iu for bidding laid Election. NIIT.0l,1r'i33.SwairnR'. f1lHE impruvemcnt Augustine, K:. f
: Ksteven Arnou. Cljltd" tu. h service.t1. made in the
: I Given under my hand at St Augustine JL
Jhrtelo! Oliveres. let Lit i Panacea.1HESUHSCRIBER fiery of the Cue ste im packet FLof
I ut. ). Tint aiircnu) Delegate. lionlsnreques 13th: 'Jan-1Q35
has' band i fit, DA. Capt. Huhhqril.' will rule' .
eu her
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Henry Geiger IMiScthK. ted T _
to his (
use >e t exertions; 'to i pro El) GOIJLD.J'td form
I :: Giffor.l.1 l .. dozen of chi. invaluable medicine with ease. trip every week
1 1i 1n tin lilt
cure early ; nf Ian
: if jiasiage. a pro tiding > e County Court !! which hi' will itarrant to he the genuine a "ill regularly in lino with tho HI"'DPI

: puui.ic AIIITIN. .: : (.. the possible citizen for fIr Florida 1".quRte.compeouli.n in I I ., >t Johns comity.-- tire, Ill ho received it from one af5lraim'r W in. sra trnokfrnm CbarMina} ,
whoie
,At a Public Merlins of the citizens of St.' '' other .been .plantations or 'eeoi"lCt nii' had
Augustine. to comMcr' the dangers which I prupiriy destroyed or taken Arriving at Darien
threaten, this : and the 1 l II y inrrn.'Uary and. lnnlc"s enemy that &;|IX'wr-.klftN' late I hill apply ... tnoKS to be supplied with any qnnutity .. $ every Tuesday 'UII
city adjacent Mary' Toeidiy
} the destruction uf and the country sufferings 1 .. has, Frost I'.iOfed' upon' thrin; nr that, iu re- lion thn Judge' of the County O.-nit he may "i-h. .. Jacksonville every Wcdoe TIBW'
property to thin | .... Alarhua Bounty for letters nf ndminis- \1.. II !usual) lot o/ Mormon Genuine r ,
of the people, cauted by the hostile peel ut4ressriug) .lIer. ke take such, >; nml
the ,Indian oporalioutof .. tlthr ('onr.o'l n'Jili ,his judgment shall be : e the E:.tat$ of Erastus/ grn, dec :, Hygfau I'ias: which hate met with such ** '
enuln X upon uur b r- ( great dn! ,-uaucl and success cud have effected Picolataevery IVeJaesdaftfa i
<' ) brat .utcd T-FLOTARI
+ o inr* in ensure ultimate
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tiers .held at the home '
court pay-j ReturningLearr
\ 0 on Saturday such wonderful curei in the U. State
ment f their Iu Jan- 13
t> i 1830. the lion Judge Goutt* WM nppointedChairman 1 L'r. Stair I withiu the last two or tt..ifian.. 1 I.i..lali.every Thursday *
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lIu.1 I David R.Duham. rtrelAr1.$ 4. That Jos. L. i i &B8T OF LB t TfiltV' J\1U': IIANSONNor.24tb Jacksonville every Thursday Die" .
r After few Smith. Thos. Doughf ..
'Smith. A committee pertinent remarks of by the Judge; Lot. Clark qa,;.i. Levy. & O.>. Rees, be! ft I.MAINING in tlit, PostoIlM. .* tithe City I,-uJNotice)- .. St.Darien Mary every Friday
following 1 "
,consisting
lAminiileerharged' in behalf of this JtlsV of Si Aufurtine, 'u+ce'the h ofOctober every Friday night er
"., nine gentlemen was anointed tore inn to draft nn-'prejiarontnitaidit' sleet I MI }first the oi': .:"rptember. which if riot taken l (o' 25nilcler: day morning.
an."ori..I'for
port to the met tint to morrow after(ftdoa,at! 1 0t| in three month will be sent to tae General I have for sale ai my" landing! oh ih. Jvlington Arrives at Savannah every Saturday
I 3 e clock vivJ L Smith,Peter. Porch" J S Congress/ graying fur tbo appropriations, > |Post) office as .Dead Letter.. : I Creek St John' Hiver. from fifty to urn noon.

-, "lIcht"t.I..1I: l CIRrk.Th.. DouglaJudge and the p..Ceof. Law' pursuant to tho.,: A. Hull G John hundred tbonnd llri fu. fit eight; dollars pe. Stages; in reuine 'at Picolat.i! ta |j

l. tjirnujr. Co! O S Rees, Charles DontTmg, foregoing re.olutioll-alul that said 1:001-1 Alle>fIleary Heylin C Lueins thousand they are one ..iz.. muillfr than -th r Augustine, 18 miles; for furl'fir r.ipply pat'
: A 11'aUnn. miller have power to attest the r j U. J. Charleston md Savannah linckn, as for the nua.. to R. & ll'. KING &CO
this meeting, in the of it ('' o ity. rUr! are fijnal) them if not '
I The committee were authorized! to call on name 'nirmallaad Baker. James Joins.Levit + > superior. I .ampr Savannah, Nov. ldlShi.uperior : .
Secretor aud to traostuit it without "parNd tarnish thsi tort wi.h to purchase,
Gen Hernandez for information was also' t rooks, llor.ir; Lt K ,
Jfrio/rco that the committee; bt d.la.lo our Delegate in Cnutres; I' ono hiiMlrct' thuns md every tliiity days if reqnircil. S Court JackJllnrillf.1Ju>al c.;;
requested toexpress IlaldivinD{ H 2 Kin H Urn .
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5. That the thanks of this '. m I ailtct! torts 'eddy a* uthenviae', ,rd-.
in n suitable manner, thn thank n { meeting: pro* Boug Wro. I '. Kidder'' T F 2 tdBjirkland : i.Y ,h illi .1'11' .lOti.j 'P. .' Ttrm of.May 1835.
this city to ,the citizens oC Charc..11! fur sented] to Ihplnlenlhult.V'rdcD'IDdc tizeu. James I L I i; 1 .'B. The JU!I't..t.UI: Cr.-fk h liven mile% I' Tuo.s'y t..o", ) 0 .

their prompt and main; neimi* cumuct! in.affnrdiug | : citizens of Charleston, South Carolina-and ti? Ibl'i' IlrusbAlest'e I.eC !Moses\ I i'.I HUO\C Jill k..nntiltft <.i.d h... a safe harbor and I '.UUtLEI."Y... .3 > Is ATtitUttfIti1ItL1:3
.. us relief., ; of Sa aoQQb Cent R is, for the ,' \lien Edward M. i nor err
... Adjourned tn Sunday. 10th int at P.' MSnadny lies anal sympathy manifested Ity them toI' Demon .llrnry) Svrs't Myers E"S Dr |}I' frou: o pi wk at m> aiidm?. C F. SIOnAI.I). d..nflaat Ncueebobenta.d "
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wards institute .
our fellow, citizens. : by
: ; lOih. lucomequauce of the in in this tryiogiemergency t C. MCormi .k Paul 1lIUUIa'LUtt11Glt.Aunstiuc.Mnyllls :
of : and for the aid so promptly and I i ; I: 8-tl:. and si:l others votirerued.are hrreb ottiii/
.1i'IJothion Judge Could Jo''Iwduu. I'CarieFKJeorio
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+ a declaration! in a'.nmp.U hs IJ.'h file oVt
Ksq.Alayor: of the city war taUe:1 tu the generously tendered by the former and I G. Peck John :
afforded later. Matter I Lxlt: 'J.l'S: 1VOT1CR demauddax/ $ tUdauia-r, and flat! J't
i chair. The. committee made a report; ;. by (tho our distressed Cow j Gimunitv. ", B K S :1 i S : lVr will be taken af raid t..rro .iinS.i 'I* d"t.:
+'>o* haunt riiiii'srr d niatrfii
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REPORT. i II. Hi ALl. a- enter his *nr R:+rane :a i! plead! l.. the *f.
I' Spragae ,I in*+ thf Ei: : te ur JI J Ht'1f:! rfl'JIMKK-:
Ry the uiiaiiimou ord..rorthe :
: Committee slum JU>'. I- .SMITH. let PCn.u.tintt.
The Committee \11)
appointed III' this meet hie)"* Gul H T I I.I \LI.lat" ofjlnv.il. 1'uu..h: 11....: .irrriHn -trd
; tug: to consider the il:.u::rr.li5oh threaten JOS. l.. SMITH. : Hutebtui Sexinn Ti aver* Win i| to pr 4<*ii( iJim! )i1.1111ndnut pr i'iitrd it'iintw : St .\ r. 3.1 r.S"r.n'"r.. : 1 I'x'.

ibis city and the IUIjt..t'U1l'.uutn'. the 7fciorrthnHh" preamble und resolutions Henderson L IIui: Tuttle S Lieut: i i f .\ yc Ira M i ill!| t ba fnrritr nrrej tJyuI'rradooor l' i',' Ji-feS.(
d .'ini'-timi; cf Ilr.I'Ct I 1\'. ntHI tdo ulferiogs doof i drawn uj by the cammitteo: be accepted by : Hawkins 3 Rev -V1 : clitnie: in that c.ule pin,'ulyd.' \\':t L1.VjNa"Ti/N naawtbauk

., the pe<'|de. mused' ly the hostile i-peration. t tol the QlPlttiu I ELIAS WALLK.V.: I'. M. I j f U. Lr.Lxeentnr.: : 'ru the p'.btie f-r tight'
I ".h.., I 11! I-. ; a :
the IndUif enemy upon nnr"urft'I'. nu proceeding' I --" I .....'" 37 tfw "",runlft l Last winter. ale
: :.. Il'INari l t''"N nnau* that mav l I.t' u:l"l1t"'lllo e "" ". )' to the Delegate in Congress,' tithe Til PaKSIDKfirof TilE UTHTKU STATKS. i i --' thrill fur collin

: user1 or mt't7ate tln-s* evils I. latendautof the city of Charle.ton- In Imr.uanrl'.fln".I.fPft.w J.\CK Vi > il. I.. JO.\ :. of it. lie {ln. nnd!' many alter+ti'+n* ntii

r nEI.CCTFOI.LT aLalusnYn and) that they bo published iu Me St.Augus- President (the United Sla .., nf America:I. (..... !.R MISSISSMM.) labhI'I! ment! 'I'nrtce! lu'U 1 ,., arrulutnatstilrt' l
I. :- tine IleralJ, Jacksonville Cjourier. Charlesdo. barb faro and known ders< G entl"ni<"t wiUi family! .i&in.l\ t
def make 4 TT)1L\EY I
Th' fur the immediate that nud Cumisi-lliir
:t relief nf tin i a nt Law.
poor! ? 1:1:1 ) ',, call) and esam.nelus
ton Mercury and cuitincITI pto iii
Savanuab Georgian. i| public sale wpll; be In Id at ST.VUVSTI'IE.' l& bavins: loca.od himtrll'inSt i }
,1 fa.titlie nf this community btloneins iu tfi o : : :\"Iu.l tin e i..rntfl surf for" Ib..m..I" '1_ rl
tl iuuntiv: \tbuI slwrlling ,hro.i.ionl; und I Adjourned to Wednesday' at 41' M. I in the Territory ..f Florida, on Muuduy\ the !Last I'lornla.' n practice... his proGwn! i innf + i't nrtvaiH" .. "part jodijtf input sad a parlor fui l Iz:.* e'
tl s'nf EB GOULD, Chairman 'I 7lh day uf 11.Irl'b nextnr the al) the V4timi Court. llatteru ,. .. i
Ineitl .uti"istence have been but ut. donr I iUp << + iu the Hi tfivt. in an) in lU cu/ lie .ke p* a Uar sells
.IrCl'd niandoned! and who have fled ) R DUNHAM.... ...! --- ..nel tn''n.hi >e iu tli. Fa.l I'lorJ.ln : s.. ..... %' the
t fur: rsf'ig* h-r'-Tfnt fair the relief al,o ofttir | .tu8Iw. Li..171fi3. mi* feel .1t"4+ f. .. i ,MEETING. Land' District vii, f- j .No L:''jU in w 11 t bo furuled at (Lr tawurdfr .
mid, tnfiVri fnmilir of this
jH ir I is r'y f -"""""
." ,{ | '' At a numerous and respectable meeting! ,. North of the base line and Enst of the Mtridiun. ,, ',U'1IQth= : I ..d. IIi I..u l a |deniy uf wfratiU ..
: 11.les! l.imiwlf to u-a IH; bed eadaar
ii.ltily of the ritizens of Charleston held Fractional tuwnsbipa ,1 1,2U.4, aud ':5. ?
I yesterday .
j LL IT.USONS: : indebted fit file rjatr of!,11le *e. llehastabe! an-t a catnap lr
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uud l sues who; hnie'hreu taken from them, ; in the City hall ii' accordance with the nublishediuvitntion ;. ,.. (fast of :;t. ;Mary hirer) nf ringe; ::;a. .it\. John t-f ,Hi'*wrn. i.f 1',1'41.1' | l lmd.Fjoltuii' i lUiF'Tciuly! ittii'cd ii> what they WI''' IeC l

for the" general' ilrfcme, nud 11 lio. are new '., of. hh Honor the futon au tf Township 1,2, J 3, and 4 1, and fr clionallotnahil' Kiv
"" held and nlll I.lle l cctitintiod in that service; Gen. {IlATnr. was called; to the Chair 'and of ranee 21. t again< said rrllr. ore hernliy ii-iUftt>J 'o t orla. lie bar: a cUtern containing 3>UO gaHn: i; .
.IJ 1 tu behall uf. and.. by the authority of thi* M. 1\1. COI" to act as Secretary. I I 'Tawosbip 1. 2, nnd .*), of t.IUea 25. v"ar.llh..an.. IVcdvrtck J JnJi Mi or-I. S1 water for wuhtng., Ae.
I! ". T'rritorI"II of ,United State, fur the I The ChajrmnU.I leued' the mnetiur, whlcU ', Township; I. of range ;G. t tier Geprsi i, or Jntm Gill Uruwu uf Xcw'O'taU4 -

|itectiou tlr nil that is most dear, their i and l was then addrc' .f.lliy l l Mr.l. E HOLMCS P. \; Fractional, townships 1,2, 3, and 4, of '- the All date ilium'here-ifwitl not pr'rrn.d l within tern tirru from EAST FLORIDA !
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unr fimilic* nUll! tin-side* That all the|0 wild! tn'mnlied the following resolutions, hilge 27. J' Oct 21. 13. bo debarred lUu..u lUlL .Oli.D (0.tll.1.11OTICE :

uitTVrinj; persons. Gt-uI. Hernsdel, now I in I t hick .ter<.* unnnimuatly adopted: 't I I Fractional(townships 1,2..nud 3, of range it herr'by g Yr.a that ae*>
., romuiand be requeued :to cause sufficient I. Jltsolvd That, the citizens nrCbarJe.I j *M. Court Xtirnanitille. Columbia i,. the Stockholders of the East TeRitil

issues of provisions for their relief rum the ton-regard' with great +.uslety. the .itua ioa '. Fractional,townships 1,2 and 3, of range County April Term I :*Lj. Road COnJflnll \till he bclJ .s

;i' public _tnrr.: und that snfcoMii ns nn nflirer nf their countrymen; now exposed: to the riceof" f1.9 CotvAauMllmnv. \VUtUY.. I first Mondayi.fFet.ru.ry, Ic:jti. | ,

i 't, of the Uaited States urmy, now momentlycxpeitrd. ,I ruda'ed' and snvnge: enemy. j South of''' base tine and east/the meridian( .. ; filrtriti U. '(. > Is ATTACIIVCST. ..clerk I'. 5l.. at:\,. 1. Com: alJ" .

having puldir iu'ut'iidnu| : in his, 2. Rtsolred, That' a cnrnuiittee of seven I, That part Uf township 11, east of //3u\ra n-1 I I I WWKN'nV ="U.rJ1ll1.r..r.'nd"ut in ':... "IIOYP in i tb: t'f1.'f n.;-t<,.it.. ch i.Mth. D&r+ ,

control shall arrive", thai he HltO l he earne tly 'ie appointed{ 1 to undertake the details neces- oe river, of range 14. : JtlHujierior nmniHl cause inatitut.dhvhtiehnsentatall : ,d .. year ri.suuij. aro.cablllltlb., tEtc .

solicited in aid. by their ,dkuihution, j in nary for emlindyins; such volunteer as may Township it). h1. and 12, of rauge'5. other. ititer,*ip
this murk f duty andcharity.. r'fI''rtheirserrI'c et, and making arrangements Township>,} IU. II, and 12, of range IG. Inration in As'iimi'int brie Itrtn lilrd Uierein.! a u liost'iu. N ..v.a,1J 1';35.t .

... ; The (:omm "r."furabrr recommend' the| for sending them on, in coo of need to tbo Township JO, II, 12, and 13, of range I 7. that Judxn.ont sill Ix I lakrn: ni Mid Semi stale, -
coBtinuancx nf the active char li... nf the l nsi.tnuce of the people nf Florida. J'Towa.hip.a: and7, mull fractional' tnw n- i;i ihe defendant: ."lel'li' ftl"le.u'UlrG| and plt'ad flexor l ror dnrItiua'

;. fcw"U;, of .the) city whoso 'beuevnlenre nndtitcant 1 :). /Irtoltro. That Gets 11 ay ne be frque-,, iMi ll and 12 (West of redonuVs'a claim/) tfaeaame. JI)+. L. SMITH '> 11111-: :ul.cnbrr "Ii' iu;: cenl" i'
4 unite I U have done much tu sustain ted.lu furnish the volunteers who may after spa township 13 derange 18. I I \*if'i f'lrr Indian; Kt'y. fans determisdd.

.' :. these,' who olhernise would hll vo kuflered, their senir>* for this patriotic and gallant ':* 'Township* 5, 6.7. nod 8, and fractionaltownship9. >I !: Mvlvate Lai (t'tttiftrt ''teLl :HOI rill for hoarding and loJf'"!\ \

3i t not ifv- rely from want, in this time i+fealainity : rnterprUe, arms: and accoutrements for the (htrih, of Arredondo claim) t' I Have received initrurtioiii from hoof =helicviiu. : it ti> lo cue of the most nel*?
r',1, ': and distress; Iud they sugefkt that occanon. fractional township 12 (south of Arredond o'. Surveyor General of shy Territory ; A/t .itnitmtn: in the United State I"' .

," I" their labors of charity maybe useful in pcin r. ttttolttd, that the City Council 1 1tr bfl tlaiml) and tp"nlhi"". la, of range 19. I|i Florida to Survey! agnvabl tftthedctitiunsD. '' D" who :arc sullcnnRfront( pulmo 1-


r the public authorities, 6t objects fur the P-lif vidn (ho necessary means for the transport- township t Q. (north+lf Arredoado' claim,1) j j 1 made I t their January: Term -1zI-Ilh": see- obliged to seek n refuge (rum the desk

+ ictomuiended. i iI *mien sohsistencd. of the Volunteers i fi ractional rannshtp J2. (south or that clai m<) v, ral tracts of land decreed to the follow iug oTa northern inter ho frels .af is e4

Thi. ri'inmittee nlso recomn cud thnt for 'u ho may he raised and sent to the succour and township/ 12 nf range 20. <(viz.) George I. F. Claike, Antonio flue that Imfiau Key cannot l Ite.url,a. .,ed"'"*

j : the U'ireriimeut' ,.nod tlie Congiecs nf the[1 nf our fellow citizens: in Florida,. agreeably I "I Townships 1,2.3, G. 7, soil 8. fractional'township9.aorth | tas. Eusel i.i Gomez George Flemmings- t 1. health Dud climate. Frost Im arsdl
I Unit d States n in. mortal be prepared ilud 'to these resolutions: '' < ( of Arredondo* sla t a n.) heir' Moses E. l.rri i Philip R. Youn o J lo- known here: the thermometer 1tf.1tI

(II)' Drlegate requested tll urge upon Cougrris 'rh foregoing rennlutiens were advocated j fractional township 12, (South nf Arredon ,. :*eP" l\1.1 Hernandez John Huertas Francis I i luw 55 or 5U in wint' r. nor up ,,sM" '"
; upon lue "proper Heads uf Drpaitinent 'I S' Messrs. JAMES; L. Pcrioau. M. M, Cpd' '* claim) and township 13.; of range 21. ., Hit hard Franca P. Fatios boir. anil W.Gib4 j 'nier. It entirely i ) exposed M the **'

aud upon the 'President, the earl 'm.if. nnd I Aimr.it Huocit, which: last named'jjj Fractional';i tcufDlhi.I., lout IIlhips ,',..3, 'son Ef. Al Heir nf Francis P. Fatio dec. 'every p< iut of the compass.

consideration nf the calamities aid fuin 'gentleman called for certain information, 5. G. 7, nod 8. aud that part uf township* 9. The claimant are requested) furni-h me Th fare' nf his ta<"Ir and bur shal

whirh many uf our citizens 'have been ;inoUeI which was very fully and satisfactorily aflnr1 0, 11, and 12. lying' / east of Arredondo's with certified copies uf their Grant and 'de* good us Ih'! market w ill aurJ.aadla >

'. .: \ by the ravages nf au unrestraiufdsavage tied hy the chairman'whereupon Mr. II ID- claim and township 13 uf range 22. \ crass nf the 8u eri Court of East t>j etperi-'iired! l rviiins. Private tae

foe.-And especially that h. 'use bit acts moved tho follow lag relohatiou.thirb Towiuhip 1.2.,3.4.5G,7.d,9.10.11.12.and3.nfrange23. witbcopinofPia'iof'" or Survey there r'co Ira i is- lodging" ;eiitt rnten. ladies, and f.UDia-

best, and every exertion, to obtain i immediate 'sasunnnirnnuslyadupirds, ( : ed unit d,!ntify their several beginninj ly..rrau.e.I. sibs undersigned hupa

prnpriatioBS. f.r the payment of (he Raolcrd'Cllat! tin-chairman he rcques100f Tuwasbi/I/ 1.:.3,4,5G,7.8.9.I0l1.12. An information whict may be desirable" to gent aUtntion.aDcl. industry 161 ...orita
5 troops Citizens of Florida, called aid c ted in orhalf cif this meetinc' to corn olu ni- ;, and 13. of raagn2.1.; furnish tu facilitate meeting with the Clash AT tom of his friends and the public c*

*I : timed in service for the public defence, for rate tu the commanding nicer nf the U. S. "To"riishiptl.2.i,4.5.G.7,8,9.10,11,13, ; ant will he addressed to me (Postage paid) I H. A. JI'r"1G: ;
the time they have"already bean so employ. at this atation. In,relatiotr the measures >
rdand monthly ur bi-monthly' the future proper to bf fopted for the relief of our FrMctionaltownhipl.; of range 29. i t| -PAILM. CORM1CK. of Florida. NOV. 17th 1803.:

,,i. white they may yet he held iu that service feu0' citizens io I Florida-and to inform' Tbesalr will be keptnpeu for two week*, Nuv. 15th. .1835i Factorage and Can II

r They recomsjeud this. measure convincedof -im of nur willingness; to cooperate in such i and no longer; und the lands reserved by law i GAf ale tff (oriBan> K. fr'itz- Mlusiness.ffllHE ,, '
it*necessity andju-ttcr. because the gti't- measures. i for thepreoftrhouhurLande .Monet! for .
r The' bu :hf dec. Sa''""cril>rr: intend "Itablisti!
I c-r of our fellow citizens Chairmnnthen nominated the follow'fur /
part jrnmposiagthese i military; other will be excluded
I purposes fi1- weeks after slate i file Subscriber will I the fir..t N branch"(
Troops, are of a class depending lag committee (which oa motion be was from sale. "vrm- et. a
I i lli..rT". subsistence and that of their families added a* sties) ISAAC E. H+ILM s, ALft.Az'ca. f Given under hand, at thi*City nf We- "pri. to the Hoo. the* Judge of the House in CharUston. So. Ca. Tot ',*
;E upon their daily earnings. E. ALFRED HUOER, HAUL.and P'ri., Ibio&toli.lhis my thirteenth ttayof October ., County Court. for Si I John ( ..UUI' fur Let tctiuu of FHCrase nd :i'ommi***+*

Their daily earnings hive censd; BOV riALis: EbitoKsmn. JAMKS L. PtTtuiy A.D '83:.' ten of Admiaisirati 'n nn the above Etal', nes, undi-r the firm uf tN.111.ro &

wast and distress have follow ed-wbich st uad. ANDREW JACKSON. \VILMER McLEAN. hi conducted *,y tnir p 'rrn".If': '

I ... be averted effecteally. bv the iaterp' ,+tlti++u of, 'R'solctd, Tha< tnese prncecdiugs bu pub By the p"iflnl: St. Augustine. NoveiubrrJ .1 'j.'OTI wiiuld! r.-''I.erlfuUyuiTer their.errlrest{ ,
I .. Government in the mode recommended, fished in all the paper of tin eitt. ETuaA.: IJaown, the ri'i. nf-'h trillion an SavanJ*
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e The committee, afro further recommend t ROUEfT V. IAYNE! / friend .nd the pu'dic.
Commissioner of the GeneialLandi. oJltt. UTICCis 1 bet ,b, M ven. ..HitMXUiunth* :al''. W. .d't..
R. &
that our Delegate do alto.usr bit bent sera bl J/8 tor 'date twof.ib
t tions t., the ioiihediat. 11. M. CODE.Sec..lIf1.VOLUNTEER: +crib r+. adm ali Satannuh October 5lh, 1:33.
pr cur "pasasge of.m notice TO raB-currion CLAIUAHTS.Person ,. tensor of the .--tac.ofJotlrA. F Uiuvti. Ut.' of rit .
t J lan, fur tOln.1eClltinll (full nod adequate cjaira, iUJ the right of prreuiptiooto J"h'i C rtiiiti. dec., w,-, /pr-...ni t ;.asrC.'unttheir of'uuit| sound- '
if possible,) of huge wnosi. plaotations FOR FLORIDA. .dlDlD..tf.llUlllu tbcil.u 'huCuunii /; f
or : any of the aforesaid land, are required 10proyo % the Ou..rrl..tr. it .,nail( 8'*
other i property b .* bern destroyed or taken In compliance I with the rei>lutieu* ad the ensue( 1.1 the satisfaction of the Register nf ails!* oimi' r..rat,8'in"iti. | tq.,b *t h' will By; under oi ",'ichtap hard ;,
(rum tbeta by the lawless aid ted lopof thrrraft-rprayl ti iMobe "-.: .+r<(KU fr+i'i hU .
inceudiaryenemy at a public meeting nf ilie .- ] and Rccoi the of .
vei.prior to day tltd' 8je AdrDtJI tr.UUD. J,HN' il. Fua"1AAE. byVl" ".; to JI'hn M. .F.'u' .lse.l'
; that tbtrrhy the countr)' may io some I Charleston the undersigned ere' eneral Land Ojjice. .
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JUUN pro}*'*>ty and pafinf ttiitDeottist. o I.r
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meftsare be restored.' Bud ,saved from ruin; & to receive,TnLOlitataeeitbet6Jcotta'' October. 13, 1d.. ... Oct.talt9Jb. K.. .t -: H.bN. f
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