Florida herald
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079917/00088
 Material Information
Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1837
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057497
oclc - 02261128
notis - AKP5523
lccn - sn 82015191
System ID: UF00079917:00088
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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POETRY.I BY AUTHORITY. From the Providence Journal. would only read and study, more, they would MILITARY COURT OF INQUIRY? .
ANIMAL MAGNETISM. know more about these .Yes "
tbiugs. Correspondence of the Halt. Chronicle.
TUB GRAVE; OP TUB YEAR. "i MB. EDITOA.. several communications said Dr. I'. "if people spent lass time! ia barrooms FaxotaicK, Dec. 13ib. 1836.

BseeBBoscd, every tell, and each tnrbulen on this subject, have appeared iu )'our and more in seeking know what The Court this morning assented to the '; .
motion, paper, will you do mo the favor toad a is truth in philosophy and religion it would preposition of Gen, Scottt as proposed by
Test encircles the heart in hfe', treacherous : word of caution, or at least explanation ititb he better for them, much better.** At, tuy iui yesterday, aad directed the Judge Advocate
scare*, 1; regard to them. There seems to be an impression request, I was then nut in communication to touur eafo"adi:I of the official .
witn.her, simply by the wish and will of hermagnetizer docutncaU the Creek War.
And tbe boor thai invite to the calm] ofdsvotion abroad, that all the gentlemen, peniiaiog
iUodisturbed whose names are given as having witnessed tbat she would answer ray questions T bo first piper introduced to-aode..ai the*
i the experiments at Pawtucket, are fully sat and talk with ID,. In.talldl-.hbIUlb origiozl communication transmitted to w.
by regret'-nalaettasbeed with isfied in regard to them, tad willing publicly her bead was turned from me, her eyes shot, Editor Blair of the Glebe bJ Major lieu.= f
cares. 1 to touch fur tbo truth of the science &c. and no audible wishes had been expressed Jesup. In this fetter,you may remember
How cheerless the late blooming face of creation LAW Or Till UIUTED.TA'I'E.rAIIZDAT'IDZ Now it may b. seen by any one who reads she nodded ascent to the mental request the military character of Gen. Scott it most -.J .
nasT mains oo THE TWEKTT rotJAMiiCOWQRESS. these communications that no such intention of Ur .P., ratted her right 'hand feiWjT-ww jaw>? iU .lfe" .*aUkt l. and the self esteem
Weary time teems to pause in his npid I career or feeling is expressed ; that die. witnesses extended it towards me. I inquired are of tifeaerrttiarvstrikioftly pOQrt"Jrd.Gt.Ai
themselves you at rest ISh.I said "1ea.** Have you soon as the Judfe Advocate had coccluded
Fatigued with the works of his own desolation, say not a word ia regard to
lE behind with naUe the Grave of the An ACT confirming claims to land in tbe the case, or their opinion of the subject. attended church today ? Ans. 1 have." its perusal Gsn. Scott evidently much irritated -
Looks a on I: 'state of Missouri and for other purposes They have simply consented that a true i Whom did you bear preach I An,. "Mr. "begged leave to remark tbat Ibo letter
Year. tit it enacted 'ov At Senate and House of account should bo given ot what they did Tafi." I was going to continue, when she j'ost read, was familiar to Ibo Court and .

hub! the wind whistles. rnJely-tbe:shadows Representatives of tht United States oj America no.Vbat they think h another matter, suddenly withdrew her hand and instantly to tbe couotry. Tbat.o say nothing just
closing, in Congress assembled* That the decisions with which they have au thought of troubling became to me.. one dead.' I looked up aud now" arils author, it had been must Impu- ;, ..,
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In favor of said claimants, made by the the public. To be cure, I speak as only saw that the eyes'of tbe niagnahzor were drolly published, and that be had been mad t
Test enwrsps his bread path in the mantle' of recorder! of land titles in the Stale of lissouri one of them, and that without the knowledge! again upon her He confessed by a smile the subject oriel nalured animadversion in
ofcbt; and the two commissioners associatedwith of tbo others. But I.an confident I give suds wink, that bo bad put an end to uur many part of the Union ; that t"+ all ibis be ; .
While pltasure's seas are ia quiet reposing him. bv virtue of an act entitled "An act the opinions of all, when I say that wo wish conversatioif.Ho afterwards permitted her.to had manifested an indifference because of {
'i W the final adjustment private land claims only to be understood. hating been eve converse tents any one who had the curiosity bit regard lur tho rules of service and bit '
Uadismy'datthewrecks that have numbered ,: in Missouri," approved; July ninth eighteen and ear witnesses of certain seeming facts- I to ask her questions. lie then repeated itwuaelf respect ; that he 'had never published -
Ms Bight. I i hundred and thirty two, and an act supplemental that wo saw no reason then, and know no before her tbe form r magnetic; gestures, extended .ir caused to b. |put*list.ed, our WP In
Front temple wberefashmn'bnght thereto, approved March second, reason now to suppose abase facts decep bit fingers fro (ueutly tu the eyebrow aware of bis fiiyiul ....vine published! any
you tapers eighteen hundred and thirty three, as eater tions-tbat we are not capable of receiving aud forehead, in order tu effect lucidity article commendatory of hit. own course
relighted, cd in the transcript of decisions. } transmitted stronger evidence than was then Dud there wishing, and willing with all his might. Once through; the wars in question, or iu any tie-
lief votaries la crowds decked with garlands b ty the said recorder and commissioners to addressed to our watchful aud suspicious ho spoke bit wishes aloud, .',bat her mind gre reflecting; on the conduct or character
appear the commissioner of the General Land Office senses ; that if gay one else can detect fraud, would come out of the body, and see what of other 'Hut Mr. President," (the continued
And yet their warm 'hopssby no, sceptres affrighted. md by him laid before Congress at the two we should be very glad to have it"done, and ho held over or behind her/' She answered ) ''stispendlhe operation of your military -
I last and present sessions, be, and the same this t this is the chief reason of our allowingour *'l will try..* I then took a watch: kay lasts fur a while, and 1 shall ask fromno
Assemble to dance round the Grave of the Year. ire hereby confirmed saving and reserving, names to bo used, that attention maybe from my pocket and hrld it one or two in. tribunal satisfaction for my wrongs ; not
however, to all adverse claimants the right called to it, and tb.truth discovered, nHat- ches directly above her head. Dr. !'. asked from Ibo Government sir, or (runs this Court
Ok!I bate tbe stale cup which the Idlers have to assert the validity of their claims in a ever it may be. what it ".st she east "1. it not something or from any power under Heaven will 1
tasted court or courts of justice: Provided That Wo do not need to bo told, that teen facts steel?" "But tell us what object it i is?" "1 demand retribution, it I may bo permittedto

When think on the ill: of lir,', comfortless. nothing in this act contained shall apply to, aro too extraordinary to be taken upon trust cannot toll ; it hurts my eyes..' I then tooka resort to those poncrs, with which the
day or be in confirmation of the claim of Don or from the testimony of any individual or book and held it in the same ositloa. Fho Lord cube Universe has endowed me. In
the flowers show of childhood their Carlos D. Vilemont, for a tract of land at the experiments of any one case No one answered immediately, "It is a nook ;" and ibis good right arm (be concluded) will -I.
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my : Point Chi cot: And provided also That no should, oo ono can believe, without full.per- with an emphasis that indicated certain find redress for all my wrongs: Duringtbe :
have wanted, thing in this act contained shall apply to, or Sons,, repeated sifted irresistible evidence. knowledge. Before she had rather, by Ibo reading of tbe succeeding papers twr
And the friends of rnr youth .have been; stolen bo iu confirmation of the following claims, Wo care not bow much people shako their peculiar inflections of her voice, asked than General frequently rose, and by well timed
away! to; wit : Manuel Liza, six thousand arpens; heads and call it humbu ; nor do wo won told what tin object... A huge bunch of explanations, elucidated obscure passages of
Tbey think not bow fruitless the warmest endeavor J. Coontz and Hempstead four hundred der at their doiip; it, uuur!.hey have seen,and peacocks feathers were held over her. She the documents, and reconciled conflicting -
and fifty arpens; Matthew Saucier one thousand even then they will probably bo more Hilling said pr mpd". "It is a bunch of feathers." statements. These manuscripts constitute
Te recall the kind moments ncjlected .,heaat.f two hundred orpeus; Charles! Tnyon, to keep tho bOld still and the mind open; John Street Esq. placed a large pencil case tho correspondence which General Scott
one thousand six hundred arpcn; sons o they should not believe until they kayo seen, several inches above her head ; Dr. P. asked conducted with the War Department, and
,. Jnttnh M. Penen.. five ihouiand six huudredarpens and tbo trial has beon made upon every va her to tell what it was ; shn aqswcred' readily it* multitudinous subordinate
V ben the hours Oat obuuon bas ca&cei!d tor.ever. ; Louis Lorimisre, thirty thousand or* ricty of subjects anal: in all possible circumstances "It is n pencil." These experiments Gen.Je,up is, in my humble opinion In avery
pens; Bartholomew Cousin, ten thousand with all possible guards and proofs. were repeated lama tirao ; she had failed in unenviable position. The plans/ of
Are interred bur band in the Grave J of tbeYear. irpensM8nnel,GonzaIesMoro, efcbt bun If then it is found to be reality, why not receive naming the watch key but succeeded ia every General Scott,** says he in his letter to his
dred arpens; Seneca Rollins, four bUlldfldarpenl' it !-Cau truth do any harm other instance. friend Blair "Dr, very, very faulty ; his cam
William Lou:, four hundred arpons; 0"1: ln4ttta>ra. She cumplaiued' to Dr. P. that she "felt paigning on paper, my cur sir, looks. raagni
t tncathe'.astsolemnreiencitbisday! of reflect James Journeyfour hundred arpens; oacbim e.onuscd.110.. again; magnetized her with I(if>nllv w..IL hllf... &e. It In m .1-.-.., tint* T ...
1 tion, Lisa six hundred arpens,gtVoucois: Lacouib, Aiu&ut MAGNETISM AOAI-Having rOe tho intention to calm her mind and tranquil- shall make an Imar'lSionJ 'this style
WbaUbrtr.gt have rclinqoubed life(t perishing four hundred arpens; Israel Dodge, seven ceired from Dr. I'oyea. a polite invitation ize the nerves. 1 then expressed a desire- does the Quarter Master General lecture to 1
breath: thousand fiat,. six arpens; Andrew Chevalier to witness a case of magnettcal somnambu: as she had told her magnetizer that she bit trust worthy friend, who forthwith presents
flow canny bare ed tbeir last tear of dejection, four hundred arpens; Joseph Silvain, two lism, now under his charge at f awtucket, saw tbo objects through his mind,*' and the epistle) to the public and sets the '
An flow many lave,sudden, their pilgrimage' ended two thousand arpens; William Hartly, six be one of the most wonderful of piy with her spirit"-to put her chircoy- i was shocking) indiscreet in riling:such a .s
i hundred and fifty arpens; William Morrison life.* 1 WI tat last evening accompanied ante to a farther test by concealing; the of! letter, and Blair lamentably unfortunate in
:'fU&o&tb the low pall that envelopes their bier I seven hundred and fifty nrpens; ; Solomon by a gentleman of the highest integrity, who ject from Dr. P. I took from my pocket a publishing it ; both better betake themselves 1
Bclltw, three hundred and fifty arpent; Pas- witnessed with mo the facts 1 am about to small knife, very small! and held it in ally to the monastery of La Trap re, !
Or to death's louafome .
valley have gently I, descended chat! Dechimcndez, sores thousand fifty six relate ; Dud who would give testimony to shut over her her head. Dr. 1'. bcggey than encounter that which the object of their i
arpens; Baptise Aunure, two hundred and tbo truth. I her earnestly that she would tell immediateld malevolence has in store for them. Nothing ,
.And mud their cold oed with the Crave of die forty arpens; Jean Baptise Voile, twenty At half past 7 o'clock, we *ent to the what= it was;'' she said promptly is a per short of avowed, unmixed and unequivocal :
,eu. thousand nrpens;Isracl Dodge,ons thousand I boarding house of tbe Somnambulist, (Miss knife?" He then asked her to tell him the repentance, will screen them from well rner- .
ar"oD'V.her Tcnwick, tea thousand ar* Cynthia Cloaon) whom we found "sitting, exact time of the evening; but her answer I itou punishment and in the expediency of
Sis the year that so late, its new beauties dis* pens; John Smith T. tea thousand .arpens; dressed and in tier right mind,. conversing was not correct by any watch. : Us raid application the whole Union will ,
dosing, : and Mackey Wbery, sixtean hundred nrpens. witb some twelve or fifteen ladies and geutlemen. He then maguuttted her moro. I held my cencur.Gen.. ". ,
SOle Lrilht aD too happy, flu csrelesss, and watch above her head with the face down. f Jcsup felt himself(what i in troth be ..
3 3gay' Sec. 2. And le further enacted, Tbat if 1 began inquiring into the state of her She said "it i i.* half past 0 O'clock.** It was is) a pet of the administration ; and posses g '
,'" it shall{ bo found that any tract or tracts confirmed health, and whether she bad experienced within ono winuto of Clio truth. sing soma latent military talent was anxious
Who DOW on their pillow of daft are "rOan;. as aforesaid, or any part thereof' bad benefit from magnetism? She replied, "I 1 I to develepo it ; and bearing tbat the cam "
Where the od. presses damp on their bosoms of been previously Jocated by any other person think I am better than I was last night, and Ecorlay iu A FAHiLT.-Tbero' i i.nothing pain, conducted by Gen. Scott, progressed
day.Tien : or persons under any law of tbo United feel) iruch better from being wa etised'Do which ,goes so far towards placing young rather tardily, deputed himself Ibo General
talk tsotof base, while her smile i is expi Slitos, this act shall confer no title to such i ou like it? one asked. "Oh f think I hero people beyond the reach of poverty as economy successor, and promised Blair the performance
ring.Djssppointmeat. lands in opposition to the rights acquired by been operated upon looj enough; -it is in the management; of their domestic of wo.den.Vb.t' be did achieve ia
still!I drowns misery*! tear ; such location or purchase;but individual time some one took mv place:* At this affairs. It is as much impossible to get n history ; what he did not, will ho officially .
lUfiect and be w'ue-for the day is retiring, or individuals whose claims are hereby con moment, Dr.I'olcO, who stood by my side ship across the Atlantic with a half dozen inquired in due season. Every ODD hero
And tomorrow ail dews oo the Grave]I ofYear. a firmed shall be permitted to locate so much before the fire, at tbe distanc, of about t3 butts started, oral many holt "holes in her who has beard the testimony including the
thereof interferes with such location or feet, from the patient touched my foot with bottom as to conduct the concerns of a family members of ibo Court and Its President* ap &
t I; purcbese, on any neap ro rioted land of tbe bis, as a sign that ho bed:: commenced maguetiziug without: economy It matters not whether pear to consider SCOTT a very much abused J
United States within the State of Missouri her trick bee will. 1 instantly looked furnish little much officer. I use the word because j -
Yet awhile, and! around will a_man_ or for his faroily appear, aorti7
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seasees as ,I .r Terrifbrjr of Arkansas, in whichever tbe at mv watch and marked the moment h if there is a continual leakage in the >..Afi nt opinioD In .utb w t*.,.M b DII- ,
fish, *J j original claim may be, that may bo subjectto I when tbe operation commenced. Being kitchen or ia be parlor,..it runs away, be military, and )in certain circles, politically v i
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silence for each her dtfk mansion prepare; entry at private sale Provided, That i curious to watch every rnovoount of the knows not bow, and that demon iraste, cries injudicious.. His acquittal., however U a l
Where booty oo longer her roses shall aeui* snob 'ocstion shall) conform to legal divisions : magnetizor whose magic power scorn's not more, liko Ibo horse leech daughter until matter of course, and is conceded on all
Uh.Tfcr and subdivisions, aud shall not interfere with : less wonderful than tbe clairvoyant of the he that provides has no more to give It is hands.
th.mro'er.preacldtewaa cheek ofdecpainBat tbo rights of other persons. : Somoambule. tbe husband's duty to bring into the bongo, The whole of the morning has been devoted -
the eve UD with teatfo onfailiag be bright- Sec. 3. And 6e it further entutcJ'Ib&t the .i 1 first looked at him. He stood porfactly and it I is tbe duty of the wife to see that nothing to the reading of the Creek papers, and
coed, l location authorized by this act shall be entered still, his eyes firmly fixed upon the patient, ; goes wrongfully out of it ; not the least nearly half of them yet remain uatoucned.
Wbea U wakes to tree Mia in you orient with tbe register of the proper land : not on her eyes, for she bad slightly turned article. however unimportant in itself for it Gen. Gaines hlljU.I transmitted his reasons
sphere office, who shall, on application for that pur* her head, which roiled upon the back of the establishes a precedent; nor. under nay pretence for delaying his appearance here ; I do act
!j i .. pots msk9 out for sncb! claimant certificate: rocking chair iu which she was sitting, witb toy it opens tbe door fpr ruin to stalk know of course what their purport is, but
Bj san besoms ofsplendonr Immortal .D gbteWhich. oflocatloawhicbwitbthecertifhcateufcon.firmation deep and earnest look! of entreaty and resolve in, Dud ho seldom! leaves an opportunity un- with you, might surmise, domestic affliction
M, shall be submitted to tbe Com- I ; of wishing and t llintr. It! was that improved. A man gets n wife to look after &e. -
BO more shall go down ea the Crave of a n.Is Year.Escartt been fairly obtained, according to the true :I which au one can voluntarily! give to hiscountsuance through life, to ducats and prepare his cbildrerr its duties this mornia:. by continuing
__ i Intent and meaning of this! act cod the laws who has not well learned that for a proper station in life. Tbe bus- the examination of the official documents
or Mexican Orricras.We. of the United States, then, and in that case, ;: when lesson I to rule hit spirit. In about hand's interest should he the wife's care, relating to the Creek war, as conducted by
learn by the latest New Orleans papers, hal patents shall bo granted in like manner as I is half a minute her eye lids trembled :and fell; and her greatest ambition carrv her au further Major General Seotu It was made clearly
Col. CCSNCDCS sad Coot. CAITIUO. two provided by law for tbo other lands of tbe I her bead nodded ; her hands dr.pped lifeless I than bis welfare aad happiness, together manifest the coulee of it. that Gen. letup t
,.Hsxirau officers, taken Brisoaon of tbfTei* United States. And for each certificate of I ly : end in cue minute and a half her 'sleep? wltb that of her children. This should bad been guilty of gross insubordination,anda
tan, esceped from YeMteo lately,fa an opea location to be issued at aforesaid, the register seemed profound and complete.! Dr. If. ha her sole| aim, and the theatre her exploits disposition to retard rather than promote
beat, sad after five days of I kaauaeet danger shall be entitled to receive from the person now advanced and stood at about two feet ia the bosom of her family where ske the views of his superior officer. On beiag -
teal extrtffls taffirifig,lands at ft small in. applying therefor, tbe sum of one do Ise. from the Somnambulist ; when he" inclined mat do &s much towards making a fortuneas taxed witb bit uasoldter-tike deportment, .
let wltlHa 1M United AIPro".d.1wI4&hl830. his head towards her; touched gently ber ho dI.la the he manifested -
....... frbemeo the y possibly can >> counting room some compunctions vititings.
procwdsd to VermH&wvffle. Hero I they forehead with his extended fingers; then I or workshop. It is not tbe money earned and the too generous Scott readilv! forgave e
were overtaken by the. T. lsa officers end HJfAtalal BreLtragt. Frenchman a- drew I his bands rapidly down her arms,some. that makes a man wealthy ; it is what is saved him and "renewed his ancient relations toward :;'i- .
soldiers who bad cturga of them at VeUsco' Sroed to dive on agent 81'0er cent on tho times witb a slight friction ; threw them off from his earnings. A good and prudent him." Scott went farther ; he addressed .
ail eWmod as .prisoners but the Hay r he should receive fpm has wife, suddenly at right angles ; brought than* ag husband makes a deposite of tbe fruits at to tbe Adjutant General of tbe Army at "!.: ."
very prtmplyref used to give them up eodJtrect providing the said agent would effect tai e ain over to her forehead, frequently resting his labor with his best friend-and it that Washington a letter highly complementary .4 .-
< d tbe Tcxko aCttr aid hit man to marriage with a certain heiress I the agent them a moment upon the loo of her bead. friend be not true to him, what has be to to Jesop and wholly exonerating him trots :We",
fir tbs Territory of.tbe. Caked States forth pat hit wits to work and succeeded when These gestures were continued about two hope ; if be dare not place confidence in the all blame. At this juncture however Jet ;"- .
"... The Mayor tbtastfttti two Melt* the principal refused to fulfil hit contract minutes, during which the patient drew a I companion of bU bosom, wber Is be to op was carrying on a correspondence, hav :, "
caw to New Orlot.., wkscd they would The matrimonial agent bting thus an& toof long breath which teemed more expressive place it? A wife acts not for herself only, log for its object the destruction of ficctt's ,
..baik (a taw t>etve.*!ferT. Bie0. TIM y i fully denied the stipulated toward by a deep emotion, than physical paia. out she is else agent of many she loves' and military reputation and on Its ruins, the o* .. + .
st&ted at New Orleeae that tie was very ,Benedick, for whom tto bad procured a lie new ceased laageotisiog her by ex. she Is bound to act for their good ; and not section orbit own. "That apoldgetie{ aadcoaaraeodatorv ;':-
little prsbtillkycialb.r ..n esetiaa'ae } g. !. wealthy bride, brottgat his action before terns operations Her bands grew cold, for her own IfDti catlaa. Her husband's letter, extorted from my ., "
they were fact clfitlleI'&s. aickMif tad alto Tnbsaal da Premiers f Gttaace, bat bis her pulse was quick and tremulous. No good U the end of which she should aim ; kindness, sir,** said Scott to Geo. Macomb ... .
"III' it"Hl aW. tit wes BtfBtif ed. An appeal was mad Impression could con bo Made upon her approbation is her row.rd. Self gratification General Jesup may make the most of It; _, f
to the Royal. Ccert which decided that the, scone j she was dumb and deaf and dead to ,in dress or Indulgence (10 appetite, or it was given to him readily and I scorn to j
Tbo efewTtr Ja this" contract b&tweea the votary of Hymen aod I all except her mm n ether Her magnetizer, moro company than his purse can well entertain retract the charitable donation." In one of .j:,'. '
ate lab. silver country, his deputy, was cot good in ibo Court of after wo had questioned her ia vain, spoke are equally pernicious. Tho first the extra official papers transmitted to GOT. 1_ : (/ .
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r netted "This is the Lord's doing 1 but it is I fastens doctor's bill ledge of the General
Y to te et least MIl a to a long butcbei' account command the deliaqoent ." :
t Piilt. INI"o" There wore terry AiBtrkia vessels fa tbo Dot wonderful incur eyes. It is only tb* j cad tbe latter briogi iotesiperaueetbe says, "I could have struck a decisive "
I port of UaTtM oa tat 3d of D e&br. Igaoraflt who cannot aa : entandit. If people I wont of.all evils, in its traio,-. nevi. blot ::1 was within ajsbort: distaaeo of tfroI" .

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c1nblo" hard 1 serge J upou my It."dar.J..I: ADIUNIGAT10N. of error. testimony is allowed la the highest Court of maid! of Adjataat! Phi&p and <
aad the wV hurried to3t close, but '''t Then introduce the fallowing now see Appeals, the Houso of Lord, vide 4tb vol the U. ,
*jttftiee( UI ta%* of GenMifcutt, r du Jlerobl.Ott tldttS of nridgmao's: Equity, Digest 51, ease of 8. Officers at tale pest, esaooraers "

'. HH #. me to, ilt." On t ad tlh II ',. 4. Declare,that the removal of alt causes Rockfort vs Nugent. 5 Pro. P. C. 351. It the Volunteer oSccrs ia this

tfeif, ueu Scott ruse, and observed No. from
Mesup dU 1 not bait, but disobeyed his order Tot''''driers olA XLegislative Council, of appeals, bIll he by appeal, and in no case else of Appeal in its courts. To refuse It, Judge and Officers of the S p.rlorCnn

by marctiiug ou, and doing nothing. Ho now sn suasion.Though by a wit of error and on taking out an ape as is the practice of some of the states of Its officers the and u
I was not, sir In h fiht or tkinnisb during there are many acts of our Legislative peal either iu open court or in vacation, the ttie Union is closing the door of the templeofjusjSe Atderaea aad

tbe whole campaign' i ; I doubt' ire single shot Count now In force, which in our., appellant! party shall' within 10 days thereafter *. largo contours cf eit.&.. l>a '

;. was fired at a hostile by the orders if that: bumble require amendment and ,give notice of the same to the opposite It is greatly to be lamented that many of service was read at the grave by fa

.' r .. officer" material Uf.iuion.. with some beneficial additions '.sty or Ib'U.rQ't' oa record and state the eminent jddges& tbe Courts In the United DAVID BaowV/Vft&a Episcopal Cbai.
p:c' These documents are likely to furnish ; but on which acts we have madeno t.,rein the particular grounds of the appeal. States often act as the r.itbrulllaYri of From Ac Charleston ...
and.irbat documents,if be.idtllbo the ts+.hniral rules cube law tho Cersrid.Tda .
awfuldssclasurts ; facts are daily elicited; comments, and we have at present only any copy common LATC COLe BaooKS U. 8.
,-, *" : trighiy discreditable to the Quarter Master time to allude to several of them and itiib of the rlerke record,ai e intended to be carried they admit them to be contrary to justice, The destruction of ,..iICltt, office Aau t'L

j \ General! and tbe functionaries who countenanced this number boar writings shall conclude. up to the court of eppeals-a copy of which reason and common loa Ie. Such we are I since the ealamitoas Item,
days by .
his derelictions.! His Excellency nor remarks for tho present Legislative ; notice stall be annexed to the laid copy of extremely sorry to say, was a decision of I the Steamer Uitfiin at the ***

size Governor of, Alabama, has been guiltyof i I Council We indulge some lingo that. the clerk'a record. Judge Storey a gentleman well known and St.John Fa. deserves .oul.r tbaa
discourteous Conduct! towards Scott and the I present intelligent member of Ib'iountil 5. That all or any part of the documentsor highly respected .lot his great talents and notice. more

ijy ius ufomitinu, contributed to the finliarrassiocnt will turn their serious attention to testimony ia writing; which were produced learning. At a Circuit Court of the United Col. Baoocs the last
ol tbat" officer while in command the gross defects oboe laws, and hare pla I on the trial of the cause in the court below Slates. herd. by him in .the ear 1812 vide, the veteran Gen.was Joan Baooxt.sanr ivmg i t.o

it in Florida.' The seems to have been n red" iu our statute took fur this year, nil ere may be carried up to the court of appeals. the case Joseph Smith, In error vs United and su'
regularly concerted scheme to prnsfate the ectual cure of those evils, so baneful to the by the appellant jibe sec fit or if he intendsto States, 1 Oalluon'a rep. SCI. This was years Governor a most alibi popular Commonwealth distiuj of j,

general, and individuals were' engaged in welfare and prosperity of Florida. But wo omit any of the said documents or testimony aa .action of debt for the penalty, under the who Colonel ef of Mi.ehcietts .
the conspiracywhose" rank aud reputation. must confess, that our hope on this subjects any of them may bo required from Embargo law and iu the declaration at its nest Regiments of tbe oae tie
should bavo placed them above such pitifulemplu very faint. the clerk of the court, or demanded from the close the violation of the law was stated to that Revolutionaryof
State greatly distinguished band
appellant if In his possession, and carriedup be the law in such made
neut. 10 our number 15 we made a slight allusion contraty case : his command in the admirable and
Au important jifBcial communication on to a blunder of the Legislative Councilin l to the court of appeals, by the appellee and provided."-Judgo Stnry decided that cess'ful campaign of 77, agaiastGee.uor.tc .
': tho subject of their mutual duties in the Flo* the act *. regulating tho rate of interest," and in sucb case whether delivered to the the conclusion of the declaration should at Saratoga.
rida addressed. ,in appellant appellee, theerfgiiiai documents have been the form of the I
w ar.was to JcsupbySu.it approved 12th February 1833 which was "against statute, The subject ef this notice, Ia
whieb the latterdecanttd im topics ..r. highly at first published in the statute book of 1833 and written testimony produced the court and retired the judgment previously! given devoted himself the early

t.. itnerestius character aid of course, r.* but afterwards it being found to have been below ball be delivered! by the clerk and iu the District Conrt. Now we ask if any intending it as a profession.sea al.Before aavigti.

quired, from tb.> former mi immediate reply; erroneously printed in one single! matter, to ,I not any copies of the same, certified or Dot man of common sense and RoverneJ by a tamed the of 25: besides speacHeg
it nts fthnwu ibis morning that an answer wit that 6 per cent rate of interest was put. by the' clerk. And If a statement of any verbal true reuse of justice could pretend! that time on the N. W. coast of America i
was prepared mid accidentally placed upon instead of 8 ptr cent which is now In force; testimony taken on the trial of a cause I there was tbe least difference, in the plain made several
the files in.JfSi.)|.*. ..filet, instead of being but tbo corrected statute Is published in ia the court below, be sated by either party meaning of those two conclusions The dozen times visited voyages the to Europe East India, sad W

transmitted to the Coinmtnder iu Chief. 1834 though It is declared to be in full force to produce it in ,the court of appeals, unless judge himself in giving; : his judgment ad. from India
Had l this accident, Mr. President" (said from 1st March 1833. This it must be conTested the Substance of the same, bo agreed upon mitted that it 'savored a good deal of tech. Returning the of the first as a ship master,
out period It
Srotl) happened but once or t..IrcI shouldsir makes the act er pot facto ; but our in writing, by both parties, it may bo procured uical nicety." Wo think that it not only when the unexampled commercial embargo ((1

be'witliug to ascribe it ta inadvertence, courageous; Legislative Council do not stickat by either party or written fnterrogatb* savored of but clearly showed downright of this the eat.J
prize experienced fi
but its frequent repetition convinced me of trifles, in the violation of the constitutionof ties and cross interrogatorie, on oath or nonsense. Men who are eminently distinguished check be country advised his
its being a habit-if not trick." the U. S. Now we beg the Council to solemn affirmation put before any justice of j for their abilities and extensive them his illustrious was and by friends ass
patriot father
General Je.up was, no doubt, busily engaged read over with attention, the said *. act regulating : the peace or judge of a county or superior I learning; are often wofully deficient in common convert his trident into sword. sad
in the business of bis command aud the rate interest," and wo think court,due notice of at least three days for the i wuso. LINGUET. all of successful joie

rOLadlnu little leisure for the concoction of I that they roust at once perceive the error, in taking of shrb testimony having previously J __ _-__. non Army to nearly negotiation hope with Great Britain and

long letters ; but his imperious duty as a confining the interest to a loan.of any money given to the opposite party with a copy of a'a' A" a e IDmr lug;gone, be accordingly) accepted a c
subordinate demanded punctual acknowledgement wares, merchandize bonds, notes or other I the interrogatories, that be or his attorney, if mission In 1603 and
of all despatches from his superiors commodities whatsoever. Nothing is said he see..fit may attend at the taking of the joined a company
ArliJI,, first Lieutenant
especially when he could find time to : about allowing any Interest on tbo amount I I testiraonr. After being taken tbo justice of Saturday, Jan. 7, 837. (Light now brevet General". as ) Lasers, as ,Ceptali with Mi|

carry on extra official and wholly unnarraatable of a debt due for goods sold, or on auy contract Ibo PCBCV or judge before whom tbe testimony MORE INDIAN DEPREDATIONS.- Under the various changes watch bm
e. correspondence with the War Department except loan. It indeed be was taken in writing shall seal up tho in service, it will i
may pretended I An Express from Black Creek arrived prevailed the not dUcrdi
the peerless) Blair cl id ovine ge. that by the second section of the act same, and superscribe oa Ibo packet the title ; the of Cot B. to refer to hit _
nut. of the In the of last night in this city by which we learn memory Dtsuo
such contracts with loans are embraced, but I cause as pending court ape at Ibo moment of his violent daub
FREDERICK" Dec. 15.-On my visit this that clearly is not the case ; for that section :I[peals.. And at the head of tbo said interrogatories. hat oa tho 4tb inst.a party. of Indians, near among the Field Officers of the Ai+tifiary,''

rooming 1 found the tribunal engaged in the relates to an excessive demand of interest, '{\ it must be stated-as testimony he S ants Fe bridge cut off and took prisoners : being that: of Lt. CoL of tbe 4tb Regimeetja

documentary testimony adduced by Gen. above the legal rate ota per cent. This net j 1 which was verbally taken ia the court below j eleven belonging to Mr. UK- ( the immediate successor of Gen. EB .J
Scott to prove the inadequacy of his resources then is t'efective.uuieis' the Legislative (raeqiioniagtbo; particular court aad at what negroes
very commanded the
by intrepid veteras)
ia the Creek ouaul. Many letters council who framed it, intended to exclude term) aad now put in writing for the court WET AI. DxLtof Newnaniville. These negroes Gen. FF.XWICK.

coaclosive of ,tbe gross negligence of the ail debts except those arising on leant from of ,pr.a".. ? started in company with a baggage Col. BaooKS. at his deatb was about 51]

War Department t la establishing: depots of any interest. In this act however there is C. Tbat new testimony, which was not tram from Gareta. Ferry to IbII..r place years of age, and has left an ...iabl.am.' l!
ammunition and subsistence taken in the
areas stores court below in
no provision for any interest on judgments ; may every case with and about mile* of a widow and two children a son and i
an ox team ; were ;
read the Gdreral and received from of the of
were by and ly' our 'nice sharp quillets of law" a appeal to court appeals, be taken dauxhter to lament bis untimely end...
time to time bit an mate.I! comments. "A question arise, whether by the repealing while the cause is still pending in said court ia the rear of the main body, when taken
may Charleston !Harbour! having been .ui ...
.. siugle requisition of:the Governor of Alaba- is well ia case of writ of Due of the made bit ,
section the 7tb does not embrace the act of any error or appeal negroes escape, from to Col. B, ia General Orders
ran, sir," said he 'emptied tbs Mount Vet- 13tb February 1831 entitled An act rela: heretofore brought before said court and still them and returned to be the dirtrftgtwr
Carey's Ferry ; Aniilerr.. subs close of the Indhn atorbancei .
non arsenal oa the Mobile\ river of tae materials pending or which hereafter be
which may brought
ting judgments executions
by states the number of Indians to be about SO( ho bad but recently been reHsvtj!
of and cut off all the
war my prospectsof an interest of 8 cent judgments obtain before s>ame; provided that notice
per from In
command the Creek nation
a as4J
and successful termination of the of least Upon tho receipt of this information Lt'
a at
rapid ed is allowed. Now, if it be considered that thrcaffays b.oYiou.11IiYeo to his family front New York arrivi
t campaign. From the arsenal of Baton this act is still in force,a very important construction the opposite party' of Ibo s idtentioo of taking; l.CaAac:, with commendable promptness moving with them; late in November at Fort Mr
Rouge my detnaud for articles me} with a arises Ihelru.aud raircoaIruc. such ueWfiestimoay with a copy of the iu-
on bas ordered FaJfMuTs'
of remain
Capt : trio where it his destiav
company was to i
similar and it is fair'
reception, 19 presumethat lion ofjt. Bv a fundamental rule of terrogataries to be propounded to which
gram mounted Volunteers long enough to complete his domevlc
to proceedhrDldill.ly ar
it was also unprovided interrogatories within three thereafter
mar in tb'$ English language, the word 06- days ,
Peace his .
and honor
Gen. Scott adverted to the style. of Gen. lamed is ia preterit and not ia a present or cross interrogatories; (if say ere intended) to ilaraj's Ferry, and await further orders to me.mory. |

Jesup's official paper; "1 did this, "1 shall. future .00... It therefore embraces onlyudgrneuts shall be seat to the opposite PI"I.10 be added from Col. Warren. Capt. Cu._,', com p.
O. my prisoners," uml plans," &c., asserted I to the direct Interrogator The whole
which were obtained before tbe nil!join Col. 1V. Jacksonville and C ot.cmarsDee.4L!
pan at
that the hostile Indians In the possession of rising of the act. and not any which mighte shall then' be seat by the party who requires FLORIDA CAMPAIGN.
the whites, were so voluntary surrender theoeiv testimony proceed (rum thence to that post. Thereare
by ( t.aayjv.tsceufthe
; e obtained slier the date of the act. Otherwise peaceor Incompliance. with a rrqujriiion i of the
and that General Patterson>> and Moore were I the language; of the act would have jadge'of a county county court, or intend- but few troops at Carey's Ferry. War Department, His ExcellenVy Cor.Bat1 1

entitled to whatever honor attended their have been, intended only to embrace subsequent lat of say city of this Territory, or to any l-r, has ordered a draft of 300 o&mfrom the
capture; and contrttsed the modesty of Ibo judgments ; tbat judgments which justice of the peace, or judge of any court of We learn from Newoansvillo that there I ?ih ami 8th Jlrig dll. South Caro ins Wifi- ,,

s militia chiefs with $the pomposity of the shall hereafter be obtained," or if it intended record!, mayor or intendeat, of any part of a are parties Indians lurking in that neigh tie, ant appointed Major liar lice, ISA command j

1 Quarter Master General. also to embrace any previous judgments it state cube Union orof any Territory of the borhood. Abut three necks tiuce a partyof th-tn whn gallantly acceptiM tae
Scott avers, that arms and ammunition ef Uuited States. Tbe name of tbe justice of
would to be and in these
( plain precise) Charleston
came tu the of Courier.
plantation appniutmrnf.
kind were not forwarded to his in the or officer who is take the 3Ir.l'&a.l :
any army words, and also all judgments or the balance peace any to The above i it not 'b
Florida, until after the receipt of.''Ordersasstgaieg duo them heretofore obtained, and not yet said testimony may be mentioned at tho Ian, nod killed a Mr. OSTKIIV, his Governor wo understand rrlciaclarnrat.received !

him the command against the fully discharged. I top of interrogatories, or a blank for Mr. Parish saw them commit the fatal act, sitiun of 300 from Gen. .1 iicb

Creeks lie changed bit head-quarter., but Oa this question, wo understand that our it to be filled up on the taking of the while standing ia his duoi ; called to them he forwarded men.Washington! city Jesap, I ,r011i1
not bis circumstances; his new charge was lO imoa1. No commission to take the 1C
learned ana estimable judgo of tba Superior
and dared them to come nearer to the house the War Department that it will be come
as pooily appointed as the one be left, and Court of this district has decided that tbe said testimony shall ba necessary unless with

the men of both commands were a.blame.- interest of 8 per cent, cannot be drawn on the witness to be examined resides in a foreign and he would make sure of one of them, it plied. nod supplying immediately the Eecotiva their of anetioiJa this Slate' ;

lily deficient In every; thing constituting: a judgment obtained before Ibo passage of. country, beyond the U. $. and their when'they made off. Mr. Parish bad abandoned with the funds for tee

5 euldier'a equipage" and yet sir," be observed of that act of 1833, but only G percent in virtue I Territories. his place on tba breaking,out of hostilities troop necessary equipping
LH-, "1 am accused: of inefficiency!" "1& was of tbe 51st section of the ace "regulating After the said testimony shall have been
and had returned bit home Considering the uncertain' relations that
recently to
o for me to fill! arsenals, to keep steam boats judicial proceedings" approved 23d Nov. taken, It shall be sealed up by the officer
seem to subsist between the United
'1, from bursting and losing public property, to 1823. This 51st section is In much plainerand before whom it was taken, bo writing bit About the tame time a small scouting Government end its Generals States

%. suppress panic among the conductors of more explicit language than that of the I name across the seal, and the title of the party went, to tbe plantation of Mr. HAKJ, &nd remembering! the commanding sgtrriug. and
i iadivj
tragoa trains, and by ubiquity superintend 1st section of the above act of 1831. This cause, at pending the court of appeals. abort 10 miles from Newnansville at night dual expenses to which the Carolina t le
1ij' the arrangement" of every thing necessary to shows what we before have noticed that our I shall written ou ado.: envelop, and deliver. and discovered an Indian at a small fire in the were sohj efedin the list winters tampifee.
-s ... the campaign "Sir 1 have been treated ed to tho'bersou who applied for the testimony
).r:" ungeuerouslj; ray motives have been mis. council when they undertake tn amend or' to"be( forwarded by a private baud, by Eefd. A Air. YourtoBLOOD, who was of Air want supplies (rum the proper, qurter
ebajgo law often tbe
a they render new -it is evident think that tbe
constructed; the errors of others have been ,me than the former one. But wo water or by mail to the party (la the cause Ibe party, crept up, and shot and scalped adopted by the Governor we is court and
assigued ta me, and published to my disadvantage are disposed "to five the devil bit due," and requiring the testimony to bit attorney. him ; they suppose that there were two judicious. In the meantime, preparatory

; whatever might have redounded, allow that tbi Legislative Council by using Toe aforesaid t..timouflbu. taken may be other Indians ia company:>> with the one kil orders have beeu given, and the orania--
to credit has been ) aadIcdu.triuual"urpre..ed delivered to tbe clerk of the
us, carefully the word obtained in regard to judgments, counorappell. lion of the Battalion is Tcltt.copt. .
led found three and
as they,
1 wish of the packs
; but justice, bearing interests ly the act of 1831, showed on euy.dey term of the court o( appeals .
sir sheer unequivocal justice" and upon that they knew the meaning of words,much if ia duo time of the hearing of the rifles.

that 1 shall strenuously insist. ... better than their predecessors la 18118, who cause. It is reported at Newnansville that a CUBA-A letter from Havana, dated Nav;;

ADVICE TO OS.ATOS.S. There is much-good used the very improper word rendition as the And, if under the foregoing 5th section friendly Creek bad been taken by the Seminoles 23d. received in ibis city affords a remedy
testimony any witness who was examined for the lack tf intelligence in the Havana
applicable to judgments gained in court. i
sense ia till roUo"iu..oecdot. of President and carried island in tbeOrauge
ia the to ac
court below and who has since
1 ho word rendition means, to yield to papers, of which we made complaiat,sose
Witberspoou, which we cut from an old paper turrendcr.' vp removed out of this Tcrrritory and can Lake (rom w hence be made bit escape, and days ego. It thus describes the measarea

who, aad ambitious recommend, to, the attention of all Now we come to the principal object of only be fotcd in some State or Tcrrritoryof that be states that there are about 30 families pursued by General Taeoa. dad the tksa
are attaining ihe/eputatiou this last the singed States, or iu a foreign country, don of affairs with Loreuxo.
our communication Territorial
or orators: on our on the (island ; that they bate abundance
laws, for the present council that is, the should he wanted it may be taken as above Fife vessels of war sailed some tiuie. ago
Tbe late Dr. \Vitberspoon was a man of mentioned. of cattle and hogs ; that they haveno
entitled to blockade the of the Eastern fA.re2lzo'
act an act regulating the mode of ports ( -
coasidsrable humor, a. well as of learning 7. That ia all ammunition.It .
cases after a decision of the
writs ) district and expedition ef
suing out of error and prosecuting a strong
and piety, and in bit possessed a happy talent. of. in the court of Appeals of the Territory court appeals, ia which alegal/iabt exists is also reported there, tHat a party of boat five thousand men, with a cerresfea-

instructing bis pupils own, oa a p.euUar"af.certain day be Assembliag ad. of Florida," approved 10th February tc carry a case up to the supreme court of men from Fort Drane went down to Col. ding train of artillery is ready ta embark.
the United,States, the rule, established b, Four hundred left this
dressed these. in his Scottish dialect after 1832.This the M'lntosh'a plantation, about five miles from cavalry rlse..I.
act of Congress of the 3d March lew.d"iog .
act is of the mod importance of any ago and have by this time probably reached
the following manner. a lice of distinction between distant, and while there a party 'of Semiao-
in appeals Pnetto that Lorenzo will lad
our statute books, ia regard to judicial Principe; so
"5foa 8$;gen tie men, it is probable that iatbe proceedings ; but the one now in force is do.iWe1dedll and write of error.iu causes before that court, lee, disguised as Creeks, came upon and himself! shortly in an awkward predicament, .
of. lives, will often most
course your you be be observed, though such case shall besieged both feml and The two
the worst that could bo framed for killed one them. by sea.
celled in public from the .
to speak ;some pulpit have been
brought to the court of
such appeals St.
I purpo.Vrltac.r.rror and appeals regiments quartered Jago. we art
aud the bars It therefore bee
some at whicu: are distinct in their nature are confusedly by aa appeal and not a writ of errror. Col. SASCUEZ with his command returned informed i are opposed. to each other that of
comes my duty to give ft a few words by blended. 8. That all writs of error and writs of Leon being ia favor of the maintenance of
The best mode Is
of advice( oa bat.u'' .ct. 1 sball com to adopt i to town oa Thursday last from the south.
wry t. follow the certiorari heretofore used in this Territory order and submission tae captain
i example of the State of South to gea
the whale of discourse under He far south M'Rae's
t ewe ray two to remove ceases from of proceeded as as plan-
courts of of
Carolina and Virginia, and! abolish writs of justices oral) and that of Catalonia ia favour
odds, and sball be very brief upon'both. In Error entirely so that every cause carried the peace, for any county court to a higher thin, on the Toinoka river. The countrywas Lorenzo: This be bad prevtenly takes

the first place, take care that ye t.ecr begin up from a tower to a higher court must beeOected court are hereby abolished and every case scoured in every direction without discovering great pains to seduce to his viowr but i saab!
to speak til something to aud
yo say; b ofrarovalofacause from a lower to a bo i when become
solely appeal. This preeDtl.1I Indians. A single track was not surprised, their aware
secondly, be sure to hate 011"U soon as ye bigber court shall be ... in such any
the quirks and quibbles which generally arise by appeal; of the position ia which they are placed,
ba'doae. from writs of error which bring to bear, caes of removal there shall be ia the court was seen star Darley's, which appeared to they are the first ta turn their sword against
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A. above DO trial it be a about a :day old. The the
upon tbi absurd precedents of technicalities b.ju'1. shall be a trial cane on htm.
PactcarATioa or ALIBCRT. At a late de MO without jury, but had 'Lorenzo has the white..
u growing out of the common law. new testimony plantations grown up and pumpkins armed Frill
eaeetiBg of the society fur'tbe encouragement It Is hi eterycase must be allowed as above .mulatto volwisefi the
( militia
unnecessary t. repeal the whole of |lu abundance,and which had no ) sows
National Industry ia France, Captain I' the said act but only some of Its sections, taeaiioued the,5tb,aad Gib eectioas. appearance greater part (forced) sad ha baa ftaaty Bill
Loss beta; present, showed a tin boa con Toe aforesaid having been disturbed. But few cattle were
end introduce a few new ones. Wo respect. amendments and additions recourse to the blacks, teviaf armed. aNft
uiafec pfetwwd meat which bad been bru'tfrom fully propose the following amendments s to oar regulating causes in the Court of foand. 400. Neither the people+ tfcami&ar), nor
Ca,. t'ear. !1.1. 72 del' 47 min. N. 1. Appeali.jtUJ, ia ourbumbU make thin i stein
llepral that part of the second section opinion anyone who oas any J to dew v
where It had been deposited. by Capt. Parry which declares that the bond given by the that Couitwhat it certainly BOW is not) a ruitcejti. or TIIE LATE COL. Baooss.Tbe favor of the constitution. The saereaaata
in 1&:!J. The box after pacing through the firm rational and of the late lamented Lt. Col.
party appealing shall cover all the costs righteous court to determine body complain mast bitterly bat tea rebel, with
Wost Indies iud bocu exposed to the Arctic which have accrued, and state that all such apootbo sound principles of law and was found upon the Beach, about 30 miles about half a doieaeottaeill&re, etiii peisssta

retinue oa.ltt years. costs must be paid on taking out on appeal. justice the real l object of judicial proceed (roll this city and brought ia for.Intenaeaioa la hie; determfoatbn. He distraite everybody

6 By the said etctlua those costs are left 'unpaid ings.la. and has removed to his own bease
''e A New Orleans'paper e tiin ites the sugar until tbo final decision oldie court of every law enacted ia this Territory we Thursday fist. Oa Friday, the last sad about 900,000 cartridges $at were ia tae

I '; rl.p.r It't juiaua far til; present year *, appeals. should! endeavor as far as possible, to relieve tribute was paid to hit remains, and ba was arsenal, afraid to ...Ye... there. It fa

.. tJ3.tXK nil Ji. and toe cotton>> crop at 550,000 2. Repeal by striking out "writ of error" our courts justice from being hampered interred with the honors of war. The body reported bb. iatesda to .dead his ftafaV.0 .

bales. I I in tbe 5th section of the said act. by the vile technicalities of tba common was escorted to the grave by the Cora (Coaufirme,) sad that he hag w ***
: I law. Let us adopt the common law company the Jilt da etcarcd 188,660 dew:
I 3. only i a .
Repeal the 7tb 8lb 8th sad 1"see. ;
',.,,..', wJitaUiifooaded In justice, sound reason of 81. Augtiitlao Veterans, and .Lt. Nora N.compassion is felt for Wa bore, aadit

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cxrepuwt aU would tie'&Ud' to see liiiti AN ORDINANCE far prev.,miiig accidents ', CITY COUNCIL KOOM. < lie following leueuieuls irt included in tinaid I which anbraatk of tke j:eaca ab.ltjsake& pzE.0f .

few 1M Poalft Thf. troops or Ibe that may happen by fire and for the suppress I ST. Accents*,5ih Dee. ISW I > mortgage, and which are nut subject to the %vh.neytr any whitepersuus or person persons -
.,," It ion of nuisance /oofrtvlThat the Messenger.tlho Uoid be aid .lallwoll10 wit shall be found associating drinking or g n>-
order luelcliteiplia'I'tIta.k
tarrUoa ftrete the most complete Sec. I De U ordained by the Mayer and At authorized In notify all persons that are now iu All that! certain house and lot ofgrotmd,in said b.inj: with i.cirocs, otulaOoe or ether colored
tUo'judicious (
to tyitera dermenofthoCitvof 8t. Augustine That it this city tettUing spirituous liquor i ii i a lew quantity City ot SI. Anutiiie.bounded North and East pvisuus ur where any betting gambling or
adopted by the captain general from the first any persons. ofwhrUox.alo.or condition oev than one quart, and those who Inve mid keep by lot belonging to Urijid* Gomez; a nth by a motley, or any other thing shall tate pUtr,

moment he took unoo hlraiclf the govtrn- ere from and after tutfimblieation of this ordinance a tlillisrJ TaU or NIne Pin Alley,to cuuplr un lot belonging In the heir .,f Antuuio alien and either in lImo day timr taken be night di,avason.

went of this Wand. shall fire any gun or other fiic-arms, or or before tbe thirty llt day of the present month west by Charlutta street. And Alo all thai shall be d"u'.Dd the .rtblt to act and a the hc rdsrl/.
It ii rcportetl.to one of the potton papers shall make or cause to be made,or sell or niter, with the Ordinance of this City entitled "An or- certain 1 a.lutL1nd situated in the county of Mus- house within "UtIli fur either of said -*)iofor
the tu&witv of a ctiualii reeontljsrnvej or oT{ "r to esp, tu sale any squibs.rockets or dintnre J on St. Jfgodo (Cuba, thai; Ibo other fire work or shall cast, threw or fire any granting Ucenc!a for the retarfing spirituous vi- led MeUougJi' Black Swamu and bun tilled isfoflrwibeainnirf be levukeu ttfaand entirely
fiom white
blither reelHeU aqutbs, rockets or other fire work, within the nou and oilier btuxicatingtlilhnrs w ilKirt the City : ; MUte pure marked \V Y M ; and any person apreciatingdrin
tttthoritiH cubit place city of St. Augustine compiittd within lines of tit.Anxuftiue nnd (or.uINr purpo.os.. piad fimlniM rlu"JUI'h. thirty lisa dares ea i, king betting ur quarrelling wins any negro mimi :*
or determined to recall, their proclamatloaof 'commencinf at the sooth eat corner of the water June 30Ut43f5 l A nd thut by default thereof measuring cue hundred and fifty (our chains tu or other,olored pertuu wbostsal be deeut&t
c cooilitutioo 1812. ;If I 10 the tranjuihty battery ofF It Marion and running south along the peuaJiiita provi.l. in said ordinance shall be twelve linksto another pine with the lame a tt .urd"rl'llcno| wiib'in the intent and mtun-

< of tho itUnd will not he cliiturbed.TallryranJ. the shoie of the harbor at low water mark to a I II paths furcn on the Grill d iy January ensuing.It nmrk orJ.terssecund line runt iionh. sitir tug of this act and shall bo treated accordingly.

J I puiut east ofihe old Magazine Uuard house and w further llff$ olved that the a'i've re,.oluti.m four degrees east,tncauriuf one hundred and ticc. &. Do it further od lined That it shill '
Thli diitinguuheU politicianit ; front thence to Maria Sanchez ccck, and frma be pnhlinhed in th.;Flflrida Herald. fifty fuur chains and twelve link*, bun ruling on be the duty of the major on tomr/bunt tuod't
it 51hg; bat had bit life sud strr;th pro- thence aiongsaid cr.ck north to the old Hpanishenttenchmeut I A true copy nf the minutas lisa Linda (rurmerllur lion Robert Mcllaruy. before him or whene'er M way !hate reason tu bliete

served to tilt present great hg., in route .I ,and from thence east along aid BERNARDO S EG Uf.Clerk. II to tree, notched vine; tbenca tho third line that any pcron or persons have violated! .

of the in termini en of every sixth entrenchment to the place ofbeginning wi.houl I run north, thirty five degrees urst, quenre which nature has reserved the specul license of the Mayor and Aldermen j An ORDINANCE pwtiiliii for she appointment and filly four chains twelve links, t:a pine with next pieceUmg sectiun of tnu act to iueLi pro
beat ef tit ruttLy for continuance of laid city,shall be subjected to a, fine not exceeding ''I of a Treasurer for the City of St. Angus, four notches; thence with the lands of|)on Ootivius ce>* loriiiwitn in thu name of the cny of :t.
the resource or life ilie five dollars or impmonmeet net exceed sin,. S Mitchel the(ourib line run south sixty Augustine directed tu any Constable in said city
ef.bit mental and ,lb.lielllbiltiea.; i lave,he, she or they shall be abject to laId fineor nun of the City of St JI..ci.,. ThAt there shall >.tins and twelve link*.to the beginning con. cu at sucUtium issue
A writer says, Formerly you could gel hipping not exceeding thirty nine I.dael. be appoiuwJ annually by the sniJ Mayor! out I taining by uivey.. two thousand three hundred : aid major shal designate iu show cause wuyliih
cabbage lad coW victualS i io( Washington and the owner trustee or person under whoa. Aldermen a Treasurer for the said city who' and seventy five acrjs uf laud, bj the same snore ror thciri icenee should tot bo revoked auJ

for eight nod ten dollars noek, but noir you control catch slave or slave shall be; shall be liable before entering upon the discharge of the duties or Ie... i pronounced null and void mud the Mid mayor
chalked to the beautiful\tune of fourteen for aid finn and cost,ta be recovered in a of hi* office shall jive a bond in the penal sum And Alsor Ail dial certain tract of land containing shall also issue all subpeuna which may to u.

dollar,up and the cabbage and cold summary vraybefore tbi Mayor or Justice ol of one thousand dollars with CIII ur more good one thuu.and and seventy five acre, sit ceasary bch.lf..f"ldcily or "I..dun Uhall*
yet in 1750. It requires tho Poace, who shall take clta zance of the complaiut and sufficient surety or sureties to be approved uato iu the county of St.John, in be Territory ul the dufeudant' or defendants.
victuals are ivliat they were : Provided however that nothing herein b, tbe said Mayor and Aldermen conditioned aforesaid the place called Jack Wright'*, near Sec. 1:5. lie itlurtnetsiid.tineJThat it shall
philosopher tt ilh a full pocket to couUinrd shall be construed to interfere with the for the faithful performance of those duties. hi river Si Johns and bounded uurth I'V Trout be the duty ola.tid patrol and of each' tueutbertberuof

taud tucli things." : United State troop or Territorial militia or Sec. 2. lit /.t, ardauud That all money Creek;souuYty: I'icoUta Creek; east by 'fanJa or( to arrest all slate* tree negroes uiuiat .

with any persons or personif in the opinion of which have heretofore bein collected nr whUh Dr. T. Travers, or formerly his I suds< ;and westbysaiJ tneand other colored person whu may l.o
Tbe Rer. Mr. Rnhhiion, a MUsionary in the 5Iavor such discharging, firing, &c. shall be may hereafter bo collected for the use and beno, I riter. foiiua iu ma streets after III"lwurul>iuu..:1.| ..

Greece has petitioned Congress for the pat deemed necessary or done m the legal discharge ,fit cube said city.shall! be paid over M the Treasurer All which the aforesaid property and Pretne1Ions 1*. Al. without a pos fivui souse wbne peisoa

iaxe ala law securing the rihs of citizen- of any ditty or obligation.Sec. thereof. ( the I beginning of th,*notice. wero tnortga- authoiizeoiugitoitand tu take tnem tu

ship to his children born in (ircece.MAITI 2. Do it Amber ordained.shall be the Sec. 3. Bti'furt'tcrordaintd. That no money god, as afuresaid, to secure the due payment of their respective home ow gets or .wple,era s'r
especial duty of the cit, messenger to enfoice shall be drawn from the Treasury of n,i-l.city except certain debts due from ih, aid Dirk Pleischin to detain III 'in until the next morning and repor .

: VAS Bc o. Trcildeot elect ol the observance of this ordinance and be is hereby i on appropriations nnde by she SI a)'or and to the aforesaid petitioner, amounting in the them to I ho said maj'or.tiec. .
54 of on authorized to apprehend any and all minors I .Aldermen aforesaid t and that all order. for the whole Ingcttier with I iwfitl interest thereon nu I!). lie it surlIer ordained that it shall: be
the United States
F, was latt. (Hit: health it at or slavewho may be guilty of any breach of payment of money by the said Treasurer shall le' the 21jul' dity of September |' 3G. $ ,: ( tire dui' ..'&bv couiiuandaiit of 'said patrol to
the December this ordinance in his precenca, and take them be signed by tbe laid inavor, and countersigned 2t.UhILh. ubey nil turh directions ui sill tuiyor a* may
'I fine and be possesses as much bodily vigor before the said Mayor or any Justice of the Peaceto bl the Clerk ofth,, Board.8cc. The said Dirk Flcischman now t,iJes DO- at any how be given lii-n for Uiu conduct ef said

at at 30 yeart. lie it a widower, DUll hat be dealt with as herein: is provided. 4. Bt farther.rd4iu4.Tint it shall bo yond the limits of junvtiction: .>f this Court, I.itiul lwtsuicos.ileiitwith llis vr any other
several children some of "bom.re{ grnmuHis Sec. 3 De it further ordained, That the one the duty ofsaid Treasurer to render an account that is to soy,without the Territory of Florida. law iu the Tcintoryuf Florida.

eldest ion is in the army and,was 4id de balfofall fines arising under this ordinance shall quarterly of all money which shall corns iuto his slid a suit bus this day been btought in the Superior Sec. I'. lie it further ordained. Thnt it shall AI

Cam to Gen.Scott while in Florida.C1dofyirgima. be placed at the disposition of the Mayor for tha bandaTreasnreraa aforesaid Court for this District to be held iu the be the duty ufthtreoiiitruii.luiitol' tl',
) I I purpose enforcing observance.,and the other tfec.f. llo further orduntd, Tint tho laid City of St. Aucuttuie and on the second Monday I 1 wake a report iu writing. iu ih t auUI_,." ,with- .
The estimated results : half shall be placed to the credit'of the poor Treasurer shall be allowed two and a half perCent of)arch next, at tins regular lent of the moms nouiafter Ip .h 1I bate dismissed bit i

of rniuiug oueratinns In Virginia for to uid. upon all mone>* received by him.; and two said Court application will be made on the part t patrol. Mating therein?nan.c of itery DlemLer. .
down at 500,000 th'j. Passed the 23d Dee. 8&16.E. and a half per cent upon all sums dibured by of the said petitioner for judgment' of ton-clo who ltaI have fatted, ..eglcctvJ' or refused to

comiuf year are put has GOULD,Mayor. him as a fUil compensation(for hi, service. sure ofthnsaid mortgage and such legal proceedings I peif.rui his duty, as required by ibis act,or who
Ian. The Hooker Mining Company Attest, 0. 8EOUI Clerk.PROSPECTUS. Palled December G, 183(1. as way be required tu sell the said proper bill have been guilty of any disobedience or

made extensive arrangement for exploring E. U. GOUlD Mayor. ty mortgaged, (or the benefit ofihe mortgage. disorderly conJuct tvbilo' under his command, .
'Sg. the rich portion of country which it has Test DHRNARDO SEGUf. (4t ,rk. JOHN RODMAN. I stating particularly. ".,dUly wa neglected
lately! purchased. OP A s'r L' : 4.> __ Atty. far the I'ttiui.smrs.Sept. refused tu be pvrfuruied. the misconduct or "

Superior Court for: tfib Districtof 25th I63G- I diiobedieme of\yhich any member may have
7, Much importance appear to lie t$ attached Monthly literary Gazette, .- - -- ecu guilty;and shall lw the duty uf said X.or .,- .

flr in the Loudno ptners, tu the expected rtrolutitn 'ro OB ENTITLED East Florida. AN ORDINANCE retain to patrols for the tit IUO bit '' forthwith, in the Mate of .

::3. ; io Marjlaad consequent':', upon the temIl 410 .Er Zt\81 ETIT10N rOREL'WSK A JWO/ZT- City of tit. Augustine. I saiJciiy, drcced as above pioided. against
refusal of the minority of Elector of that GAUE.TROIUUI :. \\hereas.itis necessary and "c I'edient fur every suchdehinquensrepuiiing lama to appearbefore
State iuto the election of Senate., C. ROCXIIILL and other particularly he good government of the City of sit. Angus- I the said 3Jayor at such tulsa a* he shall
to go THE want of a U'erarv Periodical. devoted named in the petition.terms tine" the safety of the inhabitants thereof "the designate, and shew causr, if any he has or can
entirely light and elegant literatu.r, has, wo preservation cube public morals,""and the! prevention ,I&I\Y. why a Hue should nut bo assessed against '

il1 The house Tieruan, Cadytt and Co. believe been long felt in this commulI l1. A DIRK FLCHCHMAX.TKTOTICE ofofTence against lisa public peace" I him, and the letuin of tho .4id couiuiaudaut shall

of New Orleans bat failed for cnt|million of work rendered accessible; to all by it. cheapness IS HEREBY GIVEN. tlutconJL that a regular and efficient patrol be established b suiBcivutjirimd; e,l\CIICI uf'uc. delinque..c -
of price. and ..u.in..tld attractive by a studious therein by the Mayor and Aldermen of luM city. ):
204t.t dollars. _. I avoidance of the alttirusenet of critical re $ (.rmul, to the act f the Leg.lalhe Councilofthi Wherefore it i it hereby ordained by the said Ceo. 1 12. Be it further ordained. Iha if the

i The Military Court of Inquiry,!) atljonrtf search, or the deep learning of philosopby.would. IU34. cutitlrd* Territory' approved I thn lib foreclosureofMutigng's. December alayeraud Aldermen That e.ery white mole. |crson 10 appointed to command said patrol
'an to
... ed on the 23d of December to rtject again S we doubt not, be encouraged and supportrd. the act courts regulate Cotnniou Law of inhabitant said city over sixteen and not exceeding ,":!U iiegteci or refute to perfuroi a by
It is under such an impression, that we sixty years of age shall bo liablo tu d ou the 4ih of January._ Leg leave to offer to the public our proposal for Uiis Territory and fur other purposes, a petition duty" ,therein.Sec. I.itiul 1avitr. be fined in any
4 of the pUiutifl in the above cause.has been duly .:. Be further ordained.That the -dollars
:: r -- 8..t.riollnto the present labor. mayor sum 'than iivo : nor more than .
iu the Clerk'a Office of the Court .
MARINE. JOURNAL.PORT The "CoaoiUL" shall therefore with this filed Superior ofsaid City shall cause every such wbie: tu.tlo t A tiny dollars; and if any other of saul .
.. fur this distiict to be held in this city of St.Augustine inhabitant be enrolled for such duty and that wemLl
i views be exclusively confined to such subject a* to p itrol (who shall have been manner
alja will attract and engage tbe imigination without in which aid petition! tire tenement aid major be authorized and required In cause aforeidJ shall cekktt or refu,e to perform all. .
involving in the labor*of study or the fatigue mortgaged by the said defendant to theaaid plain not less than ten of the said white male inhabitant or any part of the duties required ol him by this .

10. of mental application. The allurement of Po tifT,are particularly described and setfurth. Tho to be detailed for each and every night to aet.or.1,U uiisbohite luiu' ef t>r disobey any
i i. dated the lUth Ootuber IfffJ and .
. etry shall sun be neslected;subject of general mortgage ; perform p..1 duty within she 1&witsufsald city. tbl said commandant,or cf tile comrnani -
. (breebmtteaAerthe 01
to Ue it further ordained that tho said
: .
shall be treated in i riant of his he shill!
interest in science a p.pul.rItyle. squad on cruieinr a1 ,
from the 2Gth; Sepl mV r1& The 1, .
OF ST. AUGUSTINE. and the latest and most fashionable work. year. mayor shall appoint some suitable person (runs 1. f.tresa4d.beluicdiuaiiy.um notle! than two
, d is a* runu (:,-
- I hall receive an early and impartial notices while properI11U'J111. mo ng those thus detailed,tu command the same dollars nor more thin len dollar! ?: and for the y
Aaaivco. !i iScb. interesting Tales and pleasing Essays, shall That cretain'hooie and lot round 1,1i1g.nd for the time being,whu shall obeyed and respected nonpayment of any such Cue and the costs .( /
bti Kiocaid New York I. combine their influence to store its psgs with a being in the city of St. Augustine in lIupnll'V.rd accordingly and said Mayor shall furnish tho dVleudint be taken aid| .
| day* may
Sylph proscutn. .
. fund amusement and interest,that may render 1 \ fronting on the street formerly known as him with a list of me men whocousposelsis patrolat cunl..ltcd tl pri on until said hue and : .
itbe fctCARED. i it worthy the support of those who shall honor Royal streelnow, called Charlotte street bounded least twenty four hours before the lime ul.en bo I paid unless bu Lc sooner co.uhtl J;
in front on d.west by said street and in the a.iid patrol shall be required to meet; who .bl 1
Scb. Amelia Norton Cbarbstcn1.Scb. it with their patronage. order of the said %" :Aldermen: ur exeeu- .
111im- Agues, Sirasey, Savannah.SAILED. A competent Editor will be engaged aud the rear on the east by a lot belonging to the shall cause his men t i Iwtdul/ notified at least tints may be issued and the aiuunnLuf the jndgincut "
tM collaborator of talent will add tho assistance of late Daniel Hulbert ; on the north by a Tot now tweUe hours before the said time levied and mado of the ;Q.*!* end cti' 1
i iScb. their contributions. or late belonging to Juan Jose Bosquet and oil Sac 4. Uo it further ordained, that ihpsrson } of the defendant. I'rotiUtd mat w|.re ike .-
' S. S. Mill*. Hombwick Ch rle.toD. TERMS.The the south by properly lately belonging to the thus ppointed cuuimand said pImut,shill hive I' whipping is by tli.s act precri ed penalty .

Sloop Ilentlid.II.lm JacksoniUk'. "Coronal" will be published on the, first heirs or Chri tobal Liravo,and now the property power 10 keep the men under lois command in I any slave, free nepu mulatto or other coloredperbon against ( !
& Irlt heirs of Samuel Cook containing in front order and to cause th. to demean themselves -
KAM1MES OF til'ANlSH OKIG1N of every menlh. and will consist of 32 pages t.y.at e good iu the sentence in" 'In volume uf 3d! or rear twenty Spanish varasand on each siile, properly durins Uieir term service, and .
the Pubtie in general of 814 Au u*. octavo(making annually a payment era fine of not less&bab.IWo dollar nor ,
in' tiup. and its ntt ht.orhood. pages) on gocd r.per. at TWO DOLLAIld seventeen and a half Spanish vara. that itshallbe his duty to do so ;and that he may |: mure than twenty dollars, together with the
= AND FIFTY C&: 'rs per annum payable iu Also that tot of land and house thereon in the divide them intuos a'11I11uad. ahe may d'eni ,: costs of prolecution.lId provided' also that 1
le; 1K. SHADGETT of London recently advance. city of St. Augustine in Barrack Ward,bounded expedient and to appoint mime member of each I said ma)or shall not be cuiMed: to any Cuts ini
te front Quebec who is on bit routo toSt. Auguttine Tb. work shall be commenced on the Istofja* on the north t y the lot belonging to the late squad to command the susie ulm shall be obeyed pnuecuti inscnmuicnccd under thi* actbut Uiit ,
; '
for the benefit ef isis health and ninry, 1637 ,should sufficient number of Subscriber Col... G. Forbes; on the South by Uarntk SI. and respected accordingly and shall have power ; all such costs as he wuud: to entitled to chirges
ike'bat with a view to locate himself as a planter I warrant the undertaking. on the east by a lot lately belonging to Anthony and it shill be his dutyto preserve order amongst f shall bo taxed up in favor of tho sail city aol 1'
:proposes, on bit arrival giving lAne tr tuil. UUKKK& MILLER. Proctor and on the west, by ....e.* Street the nleu under his command and shall on being. paid into Treasury thereof. I

out Lectures as introductory to the \ifortna Charleston S. C.Nov. I, l3G. measuring north and south nineteen vans and furnished with a list ul.is men,by the commandant Hfc. 13. Uo it (urtberncIsiziuslTlsat any person .,::0

tit tion of Classes in the following branches of v two fuel and ea , the said house end lot/being aYmloaateof.aid of die time of meeting. .
relieve him elf tbercfrum ,
may by furnishing
. polished and UUeral education. an : ;
.71tfrc. Wee. 5. lie it further ordained tint the said
, mortgage occupied by tho fuuil/oftSeorge A nderson able' budied substitute bin such shall be i
I.Ka. ]] 1st. Reading and the Art of Speaking ; I A LL PERSONS having demands agm. Liii;. patrol shall), (unless otherwise directed by tho liable fur any neglect ur rt-rul-alurau person, substitute .t' 1
embracing jail Accent. Kmphasts Pauses, i iuUbeti'atenrOEoaat I. F.CLARICE, aid Major and Aldermen.)meet at 8o'clock. P. .%
AI'f',that certain tractor lot ground in the to discharge or any uf his duties, and for ev \
Tones, and the most pottle usage of EugliihProuuuciatton i deceased will them without del. ,I M. at the City Council room,which shall be theirhead : duobedimco of ordvrs .
,. present city of S: Aliluatine.knOWD by 'the name of cry or act of disorderly '.
in general.Silly. Debts and demands of whatsoever nature Southern lot, bounded on the wtst by Carlota quarters and where that portion of the patrol conduct of such*ul..tit ito. a* though he hiinsell; : :
,n. .:aJli.b Grammar; embracing a against the estate ofsaid decedant not exhibited treat t on the north by a lot,called central lot;on who may not for the tIme being be on that active said I wu guilty thereof and tJ.c aid substitue shall

ant, novel and prledcIIIPpltt.dou of tha Rules within two year, as required by law the east by the water of the bntbor and on the dutyshall patrol shall remain remain during on duty the until night broad and,daylight Uo bo liable therefor tu the issue I.cnalUea a*bit

nt1 ofSvntax. will forever afterward be barred. south by a email alley orlane.ineisuring in fronton {I principal.
the 0
i may Sec. G. Be it further ordained that the
commandant .
la.Toy.. to the Senate Bar depth four hundred and fifty feet, down to low M yoruiay tvitbU-eadviceand consent of the
Ladies 1'ulptt, or Stage. T my absence from the city be filed with Ales water mark. of the patrol shall on meeting, divide said Aldermen. for 6-1 t4..Wac..remit ail or ,
well trill be .
admitted to as the Lectures a* Gentlemen-' '1 art. Duuglat. & Levy. And 1i153 all that certain lot of ground.in Hospital the I.nut..near as may be convenient into two, any part of said fine and penalties' or excuseally '1,
gratis.Die. FONTANE. of which shall bo
JohN 1\1. placed on ac
equallartie.,our from the
person performance of ,
waid,city of St Augustine,bounded on the i patrol -
27ih 1830. I i:secutor. west in fronton Charlotte street an the couth live duly until ons o'clock A. M., and the other I duty or dispense with the patrol altogether if'; J
t4iua .- hall remain at said Council room. subject to the the military authorities shall take such :
by a lot and premise occupied( the date ptlh. measure -1
AN ORDINANCE to amend an ordinance, cresting order of tho commandant of said patrol when "
Court Southern as iti their opinion; to render it
William Levingston on the north nonecssary ,;
Superior mortgage) by .
HID the office of Cijy Constable Passed 7th they shall) relieve the 'party on active duty I and that this ordinance shall .
lane.which it from alway :.
by a iiarrow separate proper ".
II'H' Marth.le-.U. \ District of Florida. the date of the owned and who on being relieved shall tepair to receive a liberal construction, but the first and .
at occupied
] ty, mortgage
tvl. \ De it ordained by tbe Mayor and Aldermen of I IN CHANCERY, by tho laid Dirk Fleuchman and no the said room and reruiin thrre subject lb. like order *S second sections thereof shall not be construedto c _.::
the City of St. AUlultiae That so ranch cf the ,until discharged iii slit, morning and it shall, .
i. Wm Marvin vs., John M. Fontane. Frances Matauza river. extend to any person who may have been mustered
east by ,
second section cube OrcJiaaD '. entitled, ".\n G. E. Wallace be tho duty of the officer, who shall be in com into tbe ffibe United
:ago. ,, Ordinance creating the office of City Constable," Dele France spine.Delespine.Sophia Wallace EinUina Delespine, Ma And also. all that lot of IrOQD ,.Jra laid city of,: mood A said room to cause a light tu be keptI or of this Territory military, until senic he shill have been State discharge I"I
) 1B81 the St. Augustine bounded fronting east I. on St. and in .ke charge or.t
pused.Ttb March require ; City constantly I"ulinlllltre. I from such service .
: tilde Henry Delesplnr, JnntpbDelesplne I ; '
t :
nsf' Constable of Delespine. Cieorge Street ten Spanish varas,and in depth .. mulattoes other
to give bond In the penal sum One Uelcs- and keep *afey! "II..r. ,or
, Thousand Dollars,be, and the same i* hereby Josephine Dee pine. Mary forty *ix varas bounded on the north by the t' coloured persons,and disorderly persons who I Sec. 15. Be it further ordained.Tint all ordi- .
r.pealed; and hereafter, Wore.at.nal' upon pine John Urysdale.Archibald Clark Michael house and lot of Juan Gianoply south by the I may be atrcjted and brought U..r4 by any ofsaid nanccsand part ordinance heretofore in force ,
QS the discharge of his duties the aid officer.ahaU. I Lazarus.Timotiiy. Street.IT Louse of Antonio Baya east by St. George's i t patrol. in this city relating to patrol*or to patrol dUI,. .,
< : APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT and lot of AntonioPODS be and tbe same are hereby repealed. and that ; '
enter Into bond in the petul sum of Two Hun I Ntreet.and west by tho hou o Sec.7. Be it further ordained that said patrol I '
all defendarH I this ordinance shall be Iu force from and after ita
the above named except
dred Dollar,conditioned for the faithful discharge -I deceased. authorizedto
Lad shall have stud they ate hereby
i teat power
. 4V9 oftfa duties of bit oee. Henry Delespine, reside without the Southern And also, all that lot ground in the said city enter into any disorderly house, vessel orboat pusaze. F.WEEIION, ; Mayor.aa.edJune23d.J833 \
, i E. B GOULD Maor. judicial District of Florida and that th"y all reside of St. Augustine, bounded a* follows .-Un the where they shall have reason to believe that any j 1
Attest B. SKCUI Clerk.Marshals. within the Eastern District except the three oulh by an alley, on the north, by a lot of Uie lave oraf.YeI harboured, trafficked or dealt --- S
are p hit named. who reside within the United States heir of Mateo Geradarrama,ou theea, by a lot wiUi whether same be occupied white J"te.
d jl Sale. but out of the Territory and that the bill in the of the heir of Andrea Hemenos. ibd on the persons or other,and to.apprehend disorderly SIX\VFEKS after this date,we bill apply'S

. j VIRTUE of decree of the Superior cause ia filed.-OaDCftKD that the aUl defendants west by a lot of the estate of Michael Crosby persona who may be found therein and take them the Honorable tie Judge of the County
IN a I ,except the bit three named appear aad measuring iu front.east and west fifty seven nd to said room and detain them there until they Court of St.John County fur letters of Admin- S
Court and directed 1 will to
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pIIef expos answer said bill within two month after the I nation on the Goods and Estate ef Wo. ||. .
pttUk t4 the foorUeetb of February half feet,and depth couth and north sixty feet can be taken before the aid mayor, and that the '
oa day
first publication of this order and that the three Allan EMJ.late of t..An juttiue,in
more 01 J... commandant of aid patrol or of the person ar sa.demjoiy.
ttttt between tbe boors of 1* and 1 o'clock of
last named cI.reudaDlllppear and answer the deceased at the time of bia death of which '
MlK that davtia front of tbaCewt House door hits aid bill within (our mouth after the first publication And also a certain tract of land coo re.tinSlucb slave or clave or disorderly parson interested will please to take notice. ittpersons .
fINS. Ci;, '& .Aqumae aft that certain tract of this order otherwise the raid bill bo la- taming four hundred and four acres, ito- or persons shall report to the said Mayor the THOS. _
TUod eoastniBg of ena ue*tided half part of anettfoMfftumiaaii ated In the County ol St. John*. Territory next morning under oath,the cause of their capture DOUGLAS. t. t I
. acre.Iiaa. being intkse kenpre em/cta be aloroaid on the East aide of St. George'* Lake and detention;and it shall be the duty of*adllayor Jose SANCHEZ.. i
And It farther ordered that this St.Augnstine.Nov. .
. i* ICtb. 133d.
., .1 81. Job.l.aid Macted aa a dace iu the Florida Herald now in the ccunty of Mosquito i the first line to examine the charge exhibited against :
published once a b.
sailed Mataa***.at the he4 aftbt Nofthwastor in St. four consecutive running north thirty east, sixty chains, (from a all such slave or disorderly person and ou robe "
published Aajtutine/or
. Pswt'i C.weh s.id treat of oae ibou- cypress to a pltte tree| ..eondbn.lO seventy fiction to punish them if white persons by a fine Lest.
0154.vtefrasteibytlta fipuicb goiera4ma month Dated. DecemberTtb. 1836. east thirteen to a p1". t third linenrftb sixty not exceeding Ye dollar each nor less than two A r." daytalnce an AGATE BREAST I "
\ .I. IIMllIDYIf" br JAII&8VEBB., Jil" four etat. fifty to a pine t fourth line teutb fifty dollar each or by imprisonment not lea than 4 PIN. The finder nill be suitably I .
Ihe UBT.felt west to an aab sixth line formed and bounded ,..IfllIOr more than thirty six hour or to commitor I *
. pa4 Kisis KIIMSII*. "' A Copy. ,eitty | warded oa leaving it at this aMes I
before the
WIi1i5 lOd SSOE5l .taW WiflIa.Ie by eatd lake recognize them to appear Superior
hV Clerk. Nor.
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Pss.t M: .. .., ?tha.! &' Tbe afbreaaid aemeata. tsottgagtd u afore- Court al the next term thereof to answer laid I
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a. .....Ishe .... thai I .w..IHjed previous assignment tnvla charge,and if slave*, (...negroes and IDnattou. -.
. fttjAAaH'* nav flnuA WPi fifta..|Aii,\e .. ) .uc NOTICE Is hreby Circa hi ike I Dbll FIeiaIa..clatecI 111 Ottalwr I c?other coloured pe,..w cause them tu be .YetIce.
. 2, .TI hs* ...si.....,. k ..A.llluear. widaw of aid Tbaapcea Jo.arlsnflsuhorelISovf 1l.tt.tsuakuUaia Floyd. r..c..rd H. punished by whipping fltih exceeding U.irtllWae t WANTED TO IIiKE. rreln 58 to GG
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. 004w ass... ea.d sa44e4xa1i ... A. ikea as ikeI.0404'stsw.kthmIkildW I Oi'na. W.H. Siatnausa sad ice uiWlt. tripe* upon tut or her tare back and any homo ,! L.."' 4..pldo.

."- .es4 a ft$ Inii 'nil, to lb.I 0I. I ... ill ..eiI, .r. An- where.ptfito**,loans,or other UioxKating U "itl h. tussle .a she -lire .r.1te sod.r.s.ed ..
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i Ms Sf$400W.. ..I''"< itt ti gS>i- I .. Zek.s,"f tosoti of"..'fV&O* lbI ISeas4ukFI.Iba.ktd.hts doe so traffic nay haunted oa.to which any slave she SE. Aegusdue I'.. Wtw.f. lbs boors of I
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1'ff' TBJB"JAGKtKWVtLLt ling anJ issuing l ccMetl fettfee f.ttlit.g ofpinliMMi f |4.. ufatto fee, ato ot tbey thatl. atep ., batt L.H..W ... aii'a
: COURIER" *."1M..arj. other tfttatiealitig I** such Ijacjer. for mate. er I.... or such rWJiwd; or ,

ItA'.to O'EUUlr .bviag ...re..... I ......, wttuia Uw tityoftft.; Augustine and :, U' Aia. Pin AUr.fof pabl us*. it enall U Jaw CHOICE LITERATURE raU,4HUJH&.r.... _"
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Ublj$:hnwwof tue JMW'au. i He ordaiitnl purpose.. tel fur tins lilies ansl Abisrmen ef *1g. city,I this week wa.*about.ia flej1 dae u .
it by the Major ... ldcriuit of r rs ..
fSwntf tfee .."IIto"'. I.. t'ur *r A be uj on due proof thereof to uko (rosa every person When ia their UTEIATt7a. FA2SHIOfIL ANI
C.tr f 01 opmtors erifUMl I'su.p.ei.,
of williiu tbo ,1 very great
any .r.ua persons, .lw.,1. IIMI ouch '
tHUftter persotncaallbavcdsMuf LAD
tow.ek4, uf !. 800K.
.o.urtipracieib I the
conducting a publication ollbe kind .
limits ofsaiJ in The .. T .
I my; any manner to call atiIberwe tltn ,
The. iseub wilt cbaigo him, I
b .
pm.cJ ueatily upon I I against inem,I lections alraadj.bavogivengr at altaU.r.Clio tiuntbMc.a1V.d..
Ibis e 4Wi.b..etat iso force it into an unnaturall dispose.wf, malt for purpose,. other ol. g in. anIKIUS / sispniluuu. and anoopertumty ta answer the...... ':The. Lir.ur dir James Mackintosh," "KiDcaid'.U feet I taste (of CULOIJUD PLAT=t;
.l.ep uf I'Jui mouthy duration. i Is removed, atiil I or intoticating j Dec IU. Ue it furtherordained, liiat all fine I Rifle *' and THE FASHIONS I .Dd ..e .aiYIt
Brigade. "ChAracitruiic of
,, liquor., i i any person or ,..,ft'u. withia I sseMed Iliado- I.......;.
the paper will under _w and I nudes tliisordinaitce. tbecoliectiua of ii, which the book elJtaiucl.
the liuiiUoftlia City of rJt. Augustine, in a Itosquantity !, .u. are w..rklalllJ at the*. net are interesting with.. eic[oIda1
I i
we trut,most favorable au piceAUbeugh I ., which iiuototherwUe specially provided for a d uutruttive. beautiful I and costly embeWiabments
than Nothing bearing diflereu- .
one quart, or to have ur keep lor! a ahib.;
(forced bjr the demands for a paper r ;, use, any Billiard Tabler Nine Pin Alley, .may becollecte! in the same manner as i* pro,I character hall ever find* place! in the Library. they appeared every quarter ooly.wa. .. .
or ativ .
from thai vided for the collection ..
electioninto the Ixlitorial rank of fines dented and -
we tha UU8I&111l d.
any maybe cedin Na. 14 TIle
enter with "right Ijeartjr good .will," and ''lop.1ollr 'I, within Cart, Dray the limits or other of Mid Carr.ae,furbI'e without, reward, a.se sed under the first section urah..ordinance ,and fiction, by lie James-received publication of by a work u. ODe of.history month dened by hi. IUD' ezperiegtce.publisher and &hea..-....

appearance i u thir carps will nut be unwelcome I first obtained License City luviug j and all fine collected under this ordiuanco shall in advance ol oiherpuLluher. This which hat crowned Ins former darts to ...
I a therefor froui the Coon* any ; gentleman ...
brelhrcuL ta .
to into the bUworkintoudwitbtroduco
our cil of Mid city, and any person or i,erwn. paid city Treasury is the author IIr those deservedly popular the coming voiom"....
The interests of this distracted and bleeding ding against the foregoing provision of olfeu.// eec. II. lie it rUllbu ordained,Thai ihe 2nd I works, D-rnley," "D'Lor....," -Richelieu" alternately every other moritb, i ita "-.
portion or our Territory-the varied scene I dinance .hall. for each and ne., such and 14th sections of"an urdiuane 'ao provide for Philip Augustus.. "'Henry Muteatoa," "Johi a coarse orthe year SIX SPLENDID tLArBI
which are being acte-i.-the tragic,un" performed (urfeita.id pay to the use of said City twenty n lung a revenue for the us. of the City of St. Marston Uall,". 31srj of Our,a ad I." ."Tbo Gyp OF TilE FASHIONS SUPERBLY C9l.
...4ite untold wants pod *uuertuj* of our home. dollars,'o be recovered by actioti of debt before I Augustine, and the collection thereof, pu.ed9th I 1e1.""c.j The present work will sustain bit high ORED. The engraving will be eopitd r,.
lett Itouseles! citizens,demaud that a 1'ublic tbe Mayor of the City aforesaid or any Justice March. lo'JJ, and all other ordinance and I reputation. The scene i is laid in France during original design, prepared expressly' for "t .
Press patronized and rittamed by talented and I of tlie Peace therein and for the non-payment part$ ordinances, coming within thep: uviewof the reign utile gayest monarch Henri Qoatre. pose I thereby furnishing the palroua.ralae ".. I I
rcipomible men. rhojuld be in full operation at 1 I of any such fine,the defendant or defendant way I Utis crdintnce, be and the same are heteby and is lull of those beautiful description and with correct and constant iDollbalion oti...

Jacksonville place] situated not on the borders be taken and committed prison untill.aid fine repealed and ordinance shall be in force froui I stirring incidenumbich characterize his writinn.I. test and most approved styles .?,lads'd"....I I
only, but within) tue theatre of a savag e"'ar., aud cost .hall be paid or until he, she, or they and after it* passage. It is entitled "ONE IN A THOUSAND. Or as they come out. lln.ae..t will??.-
whose character: i. unparalleled in the "annala shall discharged by order of the said Mayor Pawed,J one 23
even American bolder warfare. aud Aldermen-execution: utay issue and the; F.WEEDON, Alayor. completed iUlod1'lnce 01* the regular d..orpub- and although it will add consIderably to wo i.....

The power onJ character of our Enemy, the amount of judgment may be lev ied aud made lication tc gratify our numerous reader"with ;, lishera heavy outlays. trusts w...,. eO'ai4
Seminoles,have it seems, been misunderstoodand of the goods and chattels; : of the defendant or -what, when they commence ara eunvin! < mi.jiidged of by all, how even the public. defendantsas iu other cues.Mcc. ADVERTISEMENT. will anxiously look for-tho. Denouement. I hlnunentioa. corresponding w.th Ia. tz.rtio._
ftinctionaries'ofour Gqverniueul, down to the a. Ue it further o.daincdThat 'hereafter I Our extraordinary faciiitie i willenablo' us to be lad bit unrstaxing eUirt. to bep pace wjl .
humble corn planter $bn the skirts of their hunt. uo license shall be issued: to any pemon or persons unTil always in advance with the work of this and rapid progress or the improt...... or alae l thi I
,for I Ibo of VOLVMX or TUB icKcaaoCEcn MAOAZI9C many oilier celebrated author. The fullowinll. the orll"wlaiCla
ing grouud.-U.iaproc&ted. their prowess, retailing any vinous spirituous, wdjbe l I
their Hill, their means of war-llitheito over 1 I null, or other intoxicating liquors;in a le.s quan. I "Kienzi," by t;. I... Bulwerautbor of Pelbia I, ror the embeiluabwent.e er the Lad.r'. &ok ado""ftr j
looked have been those impenetrable fastnesses tity than ems quart.** aforesaid unless he, she The January number of the KnicxcaaocKCK. Eugene Aram, Pompeii, Ac., has also been the year b3v. viz I
-those bulwark Kiot made with 'hand," or they bo of<$<"od moral character, and shall OR New Yocz 3los lIlLY AUuAZi.ic commenced published in the Library.; the, in the ipsce of January. March May July,8.ptember. KoJ. I
which nature has cvcftr where in ibis part of i In*rj given bond,with at lea.t two good and a new volume, aud formed the twenty first num two mouths Ian,: the readers of this work been ember ,,
Florida' reared up, for their peculiar operations ullkicnt securities, tc be approved by the said bar issued under the su lie"ulon of its present presented with two novels by two of most emi SUFERD ENGRAVINGS OF TIlE 4
-their defence and prP.t ttiulI. The deeds which I Council, in the penal sum of five hundred dol I proprietors and editor In the brief advertise nent author of the age-Bulwer. and James. VEILINGWUhAoJufleaadDeeembeVnumber FASUIONSEuGANTLY
the Seeiinoles have f(ready done came sudJen lars, conditioned for the keeping of a decent uieut by which the new series was introduced Number *'4 of the' Library contains the com COLORED.

( ly upon our startled sons.' *. like those red bolts, t I and ordarly house or shop, aud that the persau to the public, it was observed, that no exertions mencement of Kandom Recollection of the .il"
whieh,lenping from unbe"-led clouds, break I I or persons keeping abe IAu.e shall' be ol good got expense would be spared to render the Mag' house ufCou.mons.fruui. the year 1030: to tho : furnished PPWpn-tolj ENGRAVED" TITLE
suddenly in thunder Upon our heads. behavior, and faithfully support and obtervo azine honorable to American Periodical tileryi .' close ol I 1335, by one of no party. PAGEanda generItabhe/ otCong9..
A new campaign i. about to open. Such I the ordinance' of said City which are now or i ture.aud acceptable tu thepubhc whose pOI troll. ""\ ,, well taken aketche' This wurk I Idwirabl Volum .I

arranf emeiitsare, *.n l thill be made that Intel may b< rcjfter bo of force therein during thecontinuance I ego was only so far solicited, M it should seeui : will be inure extensively circulated and carefully! F.brua'1.JApril, Jon, August Octo'-r, Itcember.
licence of_the_movements and operations of our ) ofvaid Lie>n... jo be de.trYed.-thai the as.i.tanco of some of' lead,than any other olume published within abe -
army in Florida and |of the doings of the Indi dec. :i. Ue it r-rtte-i-d; ; ined. That when the ablest pens in the country had been secured I last three ye,,"." LonJoa.d... FINE STEEL ENGRAVINGS. ILLUSTRA,
aus. ibeir visitations jipoiioureitletncntnow I any person or persaus shall desire to obtain a I in behalf, the work, and that, ...iI,u. thereaf 'A most extraordinary work. cannot fail to TING A VARIETY OF INTEKEsT. S
there, will at the earl$ .date", be found in the I liceuo for abet purpose lust aforesaid it hall be ter to cepend rather upon iu tttriti, than upon I create a ens4tiou both in the l literary and put INn SUBJECTS.
columns of iiece* for him tier frequent anouuceuicnU of tical world.".-bcotg Times. Besides every number will be
our paper] ury or them, to address the I the future tjrctl- enrich*.! .-.
The present Editor/:: and Proprietor* HABLAM City Council iu \\ruing, naming: the suriiiea knee tu whith it was lo attain, it Was subuiit.ed '. Kaey" .in the extreme." ,aletr polila.. Plato from the PORTRAIT GALLERy *

& Co. deigu to pursjie$ an open nunly: and which such peron or persoiis |I"rul'u'8 to give, tou readers witli th* confident hope that it JVoth ug more atufjciory w''er' put i into fining. the Likenesses or Iwo dJiltin.laiaL..l- -; -.. _fOI-.z _
decided course-supporting ihe interest*of our and the location of the house or shop in which I would prove deserving c f the public favor. This written Iruguage." Monthly Hu tlll. ,, YlcJu..1. In aldi'ion to which other and vsnovi IUQ
,I gpner.il uu'orramont particularly the inter he, .hie, urthey! propose to commence ttuintu, "hope "Las not been disappoiited. Up to the pie Great care will be taken in tba selection the : advantajcs will be retuharly' add.d-with I.. ,
,, elil. ,>f our Territory *jnd Citizen*-giving rearle under such license, tttid to accompany thtir i iplication sent IuouIeutthe jouiuals of the d.lUsreul states: Novels published: in'Jiis work that none but those orJ'OrVL.J.U aU1SIC. pie
*.)ly,'come weal or(wo." praua where praise witn a tertilicate of ut l Ie a"t,ix respec I't* !t, iu the Union (to the number of more than six I that have the stamp of merit upon them shall bo Tbe publisher tau al preteral in the band,tI'..
i* in>?ritOi|, and ccu ur> where censure Ideserved. table white$ inhabitant of the lieighborhood in I hundred) and abllh leld. but convincing sign, laid. before the public. excellent artist a steel Engiavin which wW

Truth, ourCytjosure and justico shall which the said house or shop is situated, that. the a steady 10 crease of patronage. have borne teit* It will be perceived I 11 our statement aboye, I tiii a likeness orall the pre..ni reiDin, QUI"to.
our Palinorus be. i person or perilous thus applying fur such license inoity that the 'labors ol the many eminent wri tthat to ensure at early perusal of the most emiNoveliAU ', or Europ.-. which will be gimen u aa I1tn I. t..
\.. The JactuoatUU Courier. will be published is of one uf good mural character and that in presented tu the public through the medium it, i b necessary Co b..-cotue a subscriber January Nn.
_ weekly and lIthe increase of our subscription their opinion the granting of such license will of this periodical have not been undervalued, otheLibtary.A I I To meet these expensive erall;' .eDtt it Lu...
list shall$ be (bund sufficient meet the expense, conduce to ilm comfort ol that neighborhood. While therefore, the Publisher acknowledge' conlempoiary observes. "Tbe cover is worth olutely! necessary that remittances .Iaoald .I.
the paper will be enl rced. I And it .hllllilot be lawful fur any person or per* with gratitude the kindueas with which their ex* half tbe price subscription." It i. entitled promptly made. At tho end or the last six wects
Term*-Foun DOLLARS per annum, payable suns, who may: obtain license aa aforesaid, to ettious have been received, they would take this .The Literary Chronicle," and contain extract I I nearly.11 hundred names eraed from oar list.ia
in advrTnco. If not paid till the end of the year retail any such inous, spirituous, wall, or other I occasion tu repeat that their effort will be untiring (rom the various periodical of the day notice ,| consequence of it. appearing from the book, iLa
FIVE: DOLLARS will be charged. I ;intoxicating_ liquor (nor shall such liceme au f I ami that iu ratio) n&ihihn enhaueeni tit nf ofneiv publaca uD'; cud musical 1 and literary each owed two year. 'uberi>lion. M'DII1a"
O The patrona of the paper while It was tborize him them bib so) in any other house 1 their I ubiity! through the Iiller.lialuora-b'-p; bli;, I chit chit since paid, and souse had p ,iouaJ1. 1""Iid.
in the bands of the late proprietors are hereby or shop than the one thus described! without the I will be their endeavors-without regard tu labor I. The Library is published weekly each number agent These and other gH.n. lDeODt..it.
notified that all debts'due the Establismcnt are content of the said Council, endorsed upon said or expense-to cater acceptably fur the various containing twenty octavo pages, in a stitched co eel a publisher has to encounter which eIouij
transferred to II A SLAM& Co. to whom rcrnittan License, appetites cia wide National Community. The I f ver. The Literary Chronicle which accompa far a. the Agent fa concerned be 1I.did bJ WI,
cei will be in its :'ec.4. Do it further ordained snbjoineeisabriefplanofthe work nies it contains four ,and i i. I rewiring an account of all the
______ acceptable Theral.er. new That all licenses : It* OHIOrjuLPArcns pag bound up at abe j i sums that he La.
character_, stiLl. be tent. .; and shall be signed: by the said Alavor and all e._ : will! be so varied as to form a com I completion of each volume at the end of the received at least every six m ntfc..
mow wno nave paid furrier- &- Co.- in- advance I ted by the Clerk of said Council and shall'-take binatiouol' the UscrvL with the EXTKRTAIXIXO woik. Termv-Five; dollars per annum, PJ)'able 'I become annoyed when their names are eraSdS

for the second Volume,will receive the remain I. effect. from the date thereof and continue in force and theAoRKCABLB. Thee will embrace: the t in advance. delinquency and when Ih.IUI&o, they vsifl .
lug numbers be placed on our book.as subscri for sis months then next ensuing, and no longer Departments USEFUL Scixycc. ESSATSTALKS Five copies will be furnished to Club for ; g.n renew their ubscriptioa. 'Ills toe a.,..
bers and credited the amount paid. -and tbo person or person obtaining a license and POCTRT, which may deseive the Ulnle. The' Twenty Dollars, or 'ine Dollar., remitted pei I qoently.a.eriop* lOll to the propritto 'J1e
apprehensions*. need be entertained, thai te retail: any inoua.spirituous. malt or other LITCRAKV INoricis will comprise snnuuarv and mail or otherwise, will command the Library and I foUowinf suggestions are respectfully teade ,
stoppages. of the paper and delays of i i..uing. liquors, a. aforesaidrhall pay therefor Ibo sum candid reviews of new works, with such ex* Lady Book one year and a set of tlie Novels. for the consideration ofpersonV who "Is
I which hare hitherto' much injured the'Courier oftend.illars.acd for license to keep and use trncU,when practicable, a* may be necessary Address, arrears: Let those who owe two yM.T! aha '
will be repeated. 4tiLAM & ..UiIIi.rd table Nine '. .. to evince the justice of the !:AREY will owe two in December .
_ cu. or n \11./, tL |>.. nii or accompanying criu & ":\RT, or or June next,soda .
JacJ4oIIrit1C C. F., August 20, 1630. persons obtaining it shall pay the sum ol' twenty cistua. The LUITOIU: TAILS. will baRefuted to LOUIS A GODEY. Agent Five Dollar note on account. Many refrain rre. ,

'-_.--- dollars, and for a licemo to keep and use a cart, i the. __familiar_, discussion.' .... _oflocal_and_ _general malL Philadelphia I iiwarding their duel because thay ranaol remit j ':I
LIST OF' LETTERS. dray, 01 any other carriage ILl aforesaid the u-Ioclua.nl-I."RS Unma* tArtt, eta. lhe ,zllet'Dm; tILI nol .a..a.- .,,,. .it.. .... __ I
: or obtaining it shall The Publishers design to make the Superior Court I I tinue their..ubtcriptiolllai: is j o J CBB :
; at St. person persons pay the sum Magazine -District of East only wban a etr.on -
Flor. .
REMAINING Auguitine.E. orli" dollar, for the use of said city together agreeable to the old and the young.-to the sedate stops the work that liquidation; of the whets
30th olSt.rt 630, which with a fee of two dollars, for the (list mentioned and the gay,-to all parties in politics-a subject Florida. amount become necessary. I
Hoot taken out iu three months will be license and of one dollar for every other dcscrip from which, being non psrtizans.they stand : Theodore Flotard: ) C2ALLCRY OF POUTRAITS.-UnJer lib '-:---"J
fat to Ibo General ,Post OlUco as dead letten. tion licehso above provided for to be paid to all aloof,) to mingla the .valuable with. the a musing v 5. > bead will be published every Month tikeaefsn*f

I I the! Clerk of aaid Council.a compensation for. ,and to pursue the tenor of their way. witb John Hewitt. > distingbished. author in this country and m La- .,
_ A. L his trouble in preparing the same. I the entertainment of cordial feeling toward all mjOTICE HEREBY: GIVEN: lothe above rope. flmklnf resemL14nee,Bnlwor. 't

- CIO AnJreo Thai S Lowell. Sec.5. Be it further ordained, Thol if. ny contemporaries. The work will contain between !|1.1 T& n.medJohD Hewlett and all other per- I hsm: rCnD.inshas, *Ac.bav.fel5 I'' .
or licensed ziGHTr and HIS ITT isaac ricas of close suns concerned in the I Iiten. The ;: are now
peron persons so to retail vinous, a and prsuiites, that the said ready fur ,
11. Dr T. Lee 2 spirituous 11'I1\11.! or other intoxicating liquor aa I beautiful type; per montJl-nicking two volumes Iof I I| Theodore Flotard intends Inuutiteavuit on ,I and will be publIshed two i in each D aa5 j

Wro.Boag! aWei. Lonlewey. aforesaid ball permit any shave or slave to up word of a thousand pages, at the end of the certaip mortgage, given to Daniel 9. GriJw JJ.a i the whole is completed* Shelley. Lt.. .. JfiS ,
_ Urauiu; A! lounge, or remain in or about his her or their I year. And toe Proprietor believe they may by'him the said John Hewlett, on the 2&h day of Coleridge, 5..c .VD' ><"ii. Neck, MaiL Es : f.
4 Rufus K. liocrum Lt M Mitchell: premises,for( the purpose of tippling, or to remain I safely affirm that,us regard beauty of execution J September, IH33.and assijenvd by Mid Griswold Stael Jane Porter, Campbell Roscoe, Loath.y, ;j!
Samuel llrillingham Peter Malono Comp there for any other purpose, unless law the KmcKCRBocKxn MAOAZIVX will not suffer in' to him the said Flotard' cube undivided moiety, &c. f
Comp D. Hugh Mac fully employed,or ball sell or give to such slaves comparison with any similar publication foreign of that certain tract of land containing one thou. Fae simile of tbe writing of 'Vaa iolfon.ld.

_ _- w- John E. JIutt. dounild any such liquors, or permit such slave or slaves or dowu c. It may not bo amisi to, mention sand acres osiginally granted to ono Martin Her and ferson. flladiion,Monroe, Adam*. Byron ScaJt,
C. Sergt J C Miller to drink: any such liquor in or about hi*. her here.that addition to many contributor whose naqdez.liDland being in she county of St- other distuigoUhed persons nave alresdr ss>
.. ? I, F their merit are incontestable and whoso John., and peared. Those Napfoon
or premise the party so offending shall talent are situated in that pars of .aid ,Franklin, LaFaytsU
it J.
_ ,, Sergt Chamber! Comp. Serg Wm forfeit and pay for the use of said city, the sum honorable to the country this Magazine will be known as Alatanzas, at the bead of Northwest county &c.; &c. are in preparation.

.> CompF I Mock Comp of five dollar, and shall moreover bo liable to I ''found, before the close of Ibo seventh volume, or Pellicer's creek That his petition for a foreclosure The publication of view* of beautiful .
'J sceoery
; Eugene Codl.iWm. Fraud Miles. 'have hi. her or their license revoked, and I contain articles from the_pens James K.Paul. of said mortgage ha*been filed in the I and remarkable public edi ces a* heretofore.

!! Chapman. N, lave or slaves so found remaining arr dial,\r. C.DrYlol the lie,. Timothy Flint II. fica of the clerk Superior Court, aud that of')' Every number of tbo work contain forty "'):&!

"' #1 D. Joseph Nelion. tippling or drinking, a* aforesaid may IV., Longfellow, author"Outre-Mex.,'Dr. M. I the next October term of said Court,Lo will ap- : large octavo page printed on fine vrhUe paper,
'. ;;.0> fjobo Dick. ;: R. up.and (on conviction thereof) 10aaJiD// M, Bird author of'Calavar.'etc. Capt. .... Mar I nly(or 'judgment and sale of said mortgaged the"whot each neatly stitched in Coveys The pot*:tTor

Wm. Farqqbarson., Jonathan Robertson.Giffbrd .. i whipping! on.hi*or her! bareback, not. 'ryatt author of'Peter Simple,' 'Jacob Faithful' I' premise. B. A. PUTNAAf. der 100 miles number:5 i is 3 cent (or a&y distance o..
-: O S.. -- ---- winy nine stripe*. t'rovided however that the I Japhcl. in search ..of.. a .Father: _etc.. William I Attorney fur Petitoner, ( To cents over.
.K puuishmenf aforesaid may be commuted the I A/eggeu. autoor naval atorie*.' E.L. uiwcr. I JIa, :Jlat, 1S3G. tontine* persons tris&iag to rttlxnkfe*tli
Jane Seville payinentby the on I author of'Pelham.Devercnx,' etc. JamtVc -_ Lad a'* Cook,dat it it tmud.L- --.;.-.., ..-_._.timci ..-..-....
master owner, employer, or -- ,-- -6 -""
: dVm Camay I Coo Stetvart Comp. overseer of such slave or slaves, of such sum of I, J'ercinl.J.q; U illiam A. Doer. L. L. D.. Pre- Election Notice I : .de Wmll/ill cozIc1s .xdgewrf iNaIJ

Garvin i F 'g money nOleS'Cecdin'be' dollar nor less than sided Columbia[ College, William L. Stone. ,I A N ELECTION is hereby ordered afapprarazer. 19 the dezcnpswa. rrpeiuedl;.:iz .
11House John Shearmlu. one dollar each, a*said Mayor way deem reasonable '.: Itey. Waller Colton, author of'SLip and Shore' I. .H!. bolden at the Council to bo m ld'II. ...1 tU f4Wq rstics. LUI Aau lite
Chamber in
the I
T. together with the cost of proaeeution. ;: Alathew Carey, Miss Fanny Ketable.Mrs! City cf St.Augu tine. on the second of I uuIt out &eiitors i.IIi an,scsioiuofsh.e Lain

S ... E Harvey Lieut. 9. Tuttle Sec. 6. Be it further ordained,That if any free I t i I "UutlerDGen.) II. L-V. D. holstein, author of November nftxt, for one person(ofitli Monday the office deiLer wsUfoiwar .vwwiiiy avLsv sac
II Hardenbugb'onp W. negro, ro ulstto.or other person of colour shall' Talleyrand, ecret Police of Napoleon, etc., of Alayor. and four person for ALJermn specinuc.The qldi.Z him sw O4K.i'.put Ir MSpO
D. Wm. Wallace lounge in or about any house or shop where vi.non. : lira. L.1I. bigotiroey.Miis.Mary Anne Urowne. serve for onc year. to work will in future be published and eV
J. .,spirituous, malt or other intoxicating Jj.I Louden Mr. Ellett. Miss Leslie, Rer. Calvin! Jose E. POXAR,JAMCS HACO and livered on the first of each mo&ih in Philadelphia
Sergt Webb let Art. be Colton,author of'Four Year in Sozwuio. BARTOLO New*York,Boston, flaltimoreand Charleston
quora Europe. Mr
may retsiledasaforesaidfurthiepurpo.e are appointed f
inspectors ,
: thereof.
r It Wm Johnston' Martha L. Williams of tippling, or shall remain in or about such house papontc, Mi. S. A Philip. Kev. J. F. breeder poll. will continue open from 9 o'clock A. Tho .' in New Organs about tbo 5th. .
repD Geo Was man. or shop for any other purpose unlcw lawfully t Mis L. L.: Landou. Henry U. Scbooleraft, IM till 5 P. AI, WEEDON Subscriber missing a number will.''pleas ia
L Kennedy 2: DtH.Valloo.. employed, he, she or they shall be liable to arrest lyrone I'.wer.lte.. Constantine C. Pise, Col Mayor. tcr cate will the publisher rre ofptal."Dc. dapfr Jr
n 8 Reyes. and punishment by whipping not exceed : M'KenneyHon. I.). D liaruard, 11 'iV.Richard. P7EPHANIAH KINGSLEY. one of tho bo sent .

Peter 8kcnilth. Judge or Clerk of ng thirty nine stripes. Provided, however :I Eq. Kobert Morris, Esq. Dr John Barber pro 4 Testamentary Executor of the Estate of TERMS) OF8INSCRIPTION,3doHartpei I

2ELIAS 4he County Court. that said punishment may be commuted the t tpayment i, easer of.tlucutlon.V.. II.$ Chorley, Liverpool John Fraser, deed. having adjusted the accounts annna t
with abe heirs gent can two
tranklautor and
'V ALLEN, P. M. of the party (convicted. of such I Jiorner W relief Ames :: asuign of said estate, hereby lion by cpis foarde to any dma
j give not that advancing !
Philadelphia. I U Berrien.-I-sq.Georgia.Pr2 ce. immediately after
or : the
for the of ddn
Aagoitioe, Sept. 30. money use said city,nut exctcdinir expira Address c
L LDaponte. \V. J. lion of aix month. from the date hereof L. I. ,
ten dollar, nor less than two dollar* ff.Mor. tiimms. author of be will PbiIad.lphjs. I
1 a* to said t.a
Estate Geo. Mayor may seem just and I Goy Rivers, B. II.Thatcher author of a 'Bioarspby apply to the lion Ibo Judge of the County t.o
of 8.
Motl, dec. with all cost prosecution. proper, together of the Aborigine of America' Sawn Court of St.John County for a full and final Tf LTST arrived from New York by tho 3esf.

n.HE subscriber having been appointed ad. Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That I i L. Knapp,Dr Samuel L. Metcalf. lion. Judge settlement of hi* account with said Estate and iy Agnea.with a full supply of groceries
EBinistrator of the above ilanyl hhaIlauthorof4toiderTa or bit discharge as such Executor. tars, fresh I t
estate, hereby person or persons shall tie found I e., ketche.: of the butter lard, dried
satlpersoriawbo! have claims lying in any \V..I./etc.,Profeesor Z. rie..sugar, crackers plek. ble
acainst it to street Kafinmque. KINGSLEY f.
lane other Philadelphia. ; 4 gloss
alley ; a
uu ,. ._ ....or .public place in this with .ml
I me name, within the time prescribed by : iu t aiaie I !Dr. Kuscbenburger.. author of Tbreo Year ,in Ct.Augttstine,23th June 1830.Notice. ptf "a. J
V.HJ intoxication, auch '
r, to bit agent JAMCS BI. GOOLD Esq. in St. person shall be deemed a'public nuisance perron or':I I the I'acinc'James Montgomery. Enl.nd. Noah S&leratas.aad pure .;.pach.par.plm.-- ar i p:
(.rustioe. and those who are indebted to said shall be and Webster L. L.D.,John 81
liable lo be taken to the J'I Inman.J. Gould. Blr, CIttdioa.toa.ntoB.si. a good '
_.. common .
are also requested to make payment to t some other convenient and safe jail or j r Scdjwick author of'Allen Prescott' etc., Wil @IX weeks after date I shall apply to the bJti
i, or to me Haadtria. A. D. WOOL be,she or they shall become sober place and until'': liam Dunlap.. author of'History of the Arts of Judge of the Count Court of Ht. John Jamaica Rum. Peach Brandy HoRDe a ,
shah I .
fAegestJft, 1836. morever if a white person be subject to a tine'i Design in the United Stater' etc., Mu C. AI. County fur letters AdminittraaioD oa the e. PortWiataada number.ef other wine wi af"I
of not leu than five dollar,and not Sedgwick, author of'Redwood,' -Hope Leslie,. tate ofJla. U.DzawooD. deed. from the importer. Any articles of liqooao
DR. DEFOREST, two' ty dollar,or to imprisonment not exceeding less than !' e tc., Dr. Ku.h.PhiladelpeU, Mary Hoftitt, England JAMES U. aOULD.O .- purchased not found to be pare, will b I MftO

AVING tented ASLSH'fi S'&O- on. day,aid not exceeding five day: and if a | I. M'Lellau, Jr. Esq.:: boston Kev \V. br mah. Ji3.. backadmoa"refnei aU of which wi ah
aD' .OT7.S2B forsi* months from negro mulatto or other colored whether j' T Brantley. Philadelphia, lion. William U. 1 ctrula the pall
i day.begs tear to inform h Friends' and bond or free,be punished by whipping person not Senard, n.,. OjviUoDewew) ,Jobb P.Kennedy Estate of Anna Papy dcc. for past patronage and wU ta i t Itt
uenpnrall,. that be intends to have it I less than ten,and not exceeding E sq. author of Horse Shoe Robinson etc. Wil I continuance of.. I t
_in the but otylt' ,thattbejcouatry will afford i tripe.. thirty h liam E. Burton Esq. Pbiladelphi.,Georl Luot NOTICE hereb'liYen.Thattht Executors WI. t
,. Estate I
will in four 81
B*d Mass. Rev. II.J. Whit week from Angusuno.
as cheap aa tbe bo ,
D. D.
market will possibly allow. See. &Bo it further ordained. we, Edward t his date will their 4t J8 ha.pei.
That present
The tf. Gould Grenvilla to the
aooeauBodatkms ,per Mellen Mr =-
; are believed Esq. Emma C.
to bo son or shall
to o9tKfttetcnbfcK4i Florida. superior person* guilty of any unneces*. Embury Re,. C.?: 8. Gaunet Boston. Be,. F. County Uoun ofSI. John County, for allow FLORiDA :
t cry halloing whooping,or of making Beaselr I D. ance and ttlemenq! ;and that in six month here MERAL oft
07 Gentlemen and any unu ) ,New JerseyJames
,Ladies, or Faoiliea anal noise riot Brooks Esq. '
can or disturbance after will make IS
in .otomraodttjj. I lane, in any afreet Maine, Miss II. F. Gould,Kev. W B. O. Peabody tbey application to aid Court JUBIIIUD cot
alley fot
I or other final
place in said discharge from their Administration r
An EXCELLENT :mOAT city, CbarUa West Thompson Mr K. of j bro
is ready to be each and every person co o0endghall! A. s aid Estate which all EYEY 8.TRAl
Paired to of on con Ware Emma T. persona consented will
say the boarder' in the House nod- viction thereof if a white be Throop Murtin and many other take due notke.
person, liable
jprofKMr I>r. Do Forest restrietioai.will leave fine of not lew than five nor more than twenty to a Y writer' ., and whoso other contributions eminent publication to the quarterly Re.ew. JOS. 8. SANCHEZ, ( . M. aOV.Ao (
dollar ,have .
no palm unspared *.or to imprisonment not leaa than won FRANCIS CUE I" "' 008CfU
that deserved
will render one or ,
bio feeardera. Ho comfort or afford amusement to more than three day, and if a negro, mulatto, relation to eneproiums.this Magazine The foregoing facts, in hay lId. 1836. FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
fc&s since it
employed other came into th *
best or
Sonrcato. of person, whether bond or free bands of iu riTABUB HALT 15 ADTlllf 10
e LIQUORS & WINES be present Proprietor,are! given in YT
of not
the(best punished by whipping,notlesa then '
eeaHir. ten vain LosL
than nor a or boating spirit, but to show the cr
more course
nine .
JOOD STABLE is thirty lube. which is intended to be pursued and the :: the Subscriber >. AoTZATUSHcif iawrted at .
;,: connected with the See. 9. Do it means BY gold breast pm of an O
.. further ordained,thatif, per.a which are command to effect the promise as ,shape,odgedwith braided hair of per aqatra, for the frat !
Mtomera att& Suppers IOn ngobtainedorwho or persona Ithin the limit of tbte city, i by the workand ao liberally commended a light cbesnut color, and Inlaid with a cypher ly C for each asbseawat eae. T

Furnished to {any OenOmtn. e ne*to may. hereafter obtain a U. by the pubiis.Atfdm containing the letters H.B.the l ader will be gee ientsla proportion eda ,
".. Xsysjstf, Kn. 1636. i iaftsitttipgl retail I ifBorv vinous,spirit u oas, 8111C. 'OI other ,. WILEY & LONG. s uitablr rewarded by luring it at the Herald ono will bo considered lew tfeaa sq.. .u
Jf" to
keep a Mfcird table Offieov
tr r..nqm C. 8. A
New EMORY. discount
r".. maO tftteo _
'AapatiuAaptt 98d, 1880. b1spir. t ,

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