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Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1837
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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BY JAJHES M.' -GObL'II. T. AUGUSTlliE, JANUARY 96, 1837 1 EW-SERIES-VOL. II.- O. 39.-,. :

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-- A JOURNAL Their strong holds oa the Witblacoochee I to be !located for the su P oft of a Seminar gratitude tu the generous and patriotic
POETRY. defended with of These far their memories, and as a debt of
the which they have hitherto to learning. lands were generally respect
Council Territory
'------- ---- -- -- : Of Legislative of and much success against our invatliaa armies, selected with great judgment, and would Mae from whence they came tu place( over
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THE BEAUTY OF LIBERTY, Florida, at its 15th in the -of Tallahassee have all been abandoned, and they have now produce a valuable fund. By an act their graves appropriate tombs with suitable

*'!n all things that have beauty there U nothing held at the Capitol the 2d City of Janua fled enfeebled and dispirited with a lost of of the late session of Congress, the Governor inscriptions; i recommend to the Council
day
.. Monday
on
to nun more comely than liberty. -Mill power and of confidence, which unit soon and Legislative Council are authorized appropriation! for that purpose.

When the dance of th.shadows, I rye 4. D. 1837.members were lead to their destruction, or their submission; Dash( one half of tbe two townships above, The Banks of tho Tenitorv so far at

+ At day-break ia done, Tbe following the Honorable appeared THOMAS if the success we have) acquired, should! be mentioned the proceeds to be invested in their condition has been made known to tbo

s cheeks cubs morning duly qualified by Court for pursued with promptness and activity. Thatt certain trustees named in the act. who are Executive continue in good credit, and supply
the of the
And R Superior
Judge
t Ann ALL took will bo done, I cannot doubt from the authorized to appropriate such an amount a sound currency to the community. In
and
Are red with the aunt the Middle District of Florida, wen known energy of the General who lat as may be required for the erection of suit : examining their several chatters, it will bo

When be inks in bis gloryAt their seats to wit : command of the able found that much inequality exists in theirliability
Jackson Morton.Angus lately) succeeded to tho areay buildings, and to procure tbe necessary -
eve from tbe view, From Escambta county.* fn Florida. apparatus, the balauce to be invested i in to taxation, and the same want nr

And calls up the planetTo I 'IValtoa Campbtlt.Washington Tabor. SlecoJoar last annual meeting a portioni i some productive stock for the support of the uniformity i i. found in the collection of the

blue in the blue ; ItVaabinlton"" Richard tt. Long i the Territory hat suffered all the calami luatitol on. 1 would recommend to the Legislative taxes from those wbich are responsible. All

There is beauty. But where is beauty to tee Jackson tfFin.. RO& a. l incident to war with a fierce and savage Council the adoption of the necessary of these institutions are liable tit taxation

than the sight of a nation wueu free enemy. Many ofjb.inhabitants have taeu measures to carry this act into effect according to the provisions of their charters
proud son.Isham
More Johnson driven from their homes with. the lots of guarding at the same time in the most careful except the Union Bank of Florida and tho .

r When the beautiful bend 44 Gadsden Danl. L.Kenan.fy all they possessed, and where they; bare escaped manner against any abuse in the expenditure ) i I Bank of Ilrolecula.ralatioo of the former

Of the bow is above, .. Arthur Macon, D. the pursuit of the Indians it has frequently or preservation of the loud anting is expressly prohibited, and the charter of

cellar of light, Leon occur red that the fathers of families from Ibo sale of tbe land. It still be proper the former is expressly prohibited and the

Like a of love miliamttfJa* have become tho victims of disease contracted at the same time for the Council to designate > I t charter of the Utter of the latter is silent on

On the bosom Stewart. 'by fatigue and exposure and hive left some suitable place for the location of' the subject. Under the charter of the Central -
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When the moon in her mildness Jefferson A. D. I Shehee!. ifJKm. I their wives and children destitute of the this institution either by their own selectionor I'I Bank a,tax of three per cent is requi '

Is floating on high Taylor.! means of eup ort. By the bounty of the that of Commissioners to be appointed ed to be paM annually on the DOn profits :
McNeil.
Like a banner of silver, ". Madison 44 41 \ Nathaniel Archibald .I Government in 'providing rations for the for that purpose. I I while the Commercial Bank, a tax only two

Hung nt in the sky j Hamilton 44 Gilliland Bryan ofortunate sufferers, immediate distress has The responsibility of public officers to the per cent, on its tiett 1)f0611.l'ho charter

is beauty. But earth hath no I beauty toI" 4.* Alachua .. llrtcellin Isaiah D. Hart. been averted ; but more permanent provision l- the people who o immediately! interested in j 1 of the Southern Life liuuruiieo and TrustCompany.
There ttt l
tai
Duval
I should be made for their support and it the manner in which their official duties ore provides that it. stock may >

front of a nation when St. Johns David Levy fyJohn Is most confidently believed that the Govcrumb performed, constitutes ene of the first principles tated as other personal, ) |prat;?*rt)- tt.v tat
Fontane.
the M.
than tol-\
)More proud u Charles Downing. ; cube United States, with an over of republican government, aud cannot not to exceed in aumuut (livu tlumvtail t

free (. Mosquito Dade .. Ilich'd Fitzpatrick.On flowing treasury and a surplus revenue of be departed from without danger of an abuse' lars per nnnunt.'tin Farmer bank U other liable -

of the darkness.Unvaried Tabor Mr. near fifty millions, will not refute to indemnify of power. In our Territorial Government by its charter t")|';iy the samu a*
the depth motion of Mr. Fitzpatrickwas lad
In hanks of the Territory. In the two
our citizens for the losses they have Congress basconferred on the people the
House
in hue, called to the Chair when the nude
the of eiee their in ( cases, the Lori*lativo Council has sinprovision
of its officers sustained in a war produced alone by right !na- representative the
election by
When the shadows are veiling proceeded( to tbe for the collection of any tax whatever -
policy of tho Government, and l which IAahlati\'e.Cuuucil, audio some other instances -
The breast of the blue t ballot.Mr.. they have no agency whatever. The act of of less consequence. But there are and until some law has been i passed l
Escatnbia
When the voice of the tempest Morton of elected county Presi was the Government (however laudable the inteatton other high and important officers who hold on the subject no tat can be collected. rrum
declared to be unanimously either(them. I ..t tu the !. :
At midnight is still )to coerce the Indians to emigrateto the authority of tbe General Government i suge .

the spirit solitude dent. duly elected a distant and to them an unknown and and who feel no responsibility whatever to I Council the propriety uf placing these several .
And 13. Lancaster
was
Joseph institutions a* nearly a* |Hi.I;MfJ on the
bill unacceptable country, involved ns In war, the people over whoso interests they pre
Bobs on the ; chief clerk. same fooling, and if the rquJity.. cannol l.c .
and in absolute ruin. Such is
osee. many of our people side. particularly, the situation of
where ia beauty elected
There is beauty. But James Wallace was duly Sergeantat From until effected in other Ihnt the taUB\\-
hostilities
the commencement of the Governor; the Secretary of the Territory any
nation when 0
broad beaming brow of a Arms and Moses\ Ellis was elected Door the Centrala..1 Commercial Hank.
Like the the barebeen paid by
present time, many of oar citizens ; tbe Judges of Ibo Superior Court, and
free Keeper. compelled to take arms sad neglect and the District Attorneys. Neglect in the be dispensed with and that part of their
Ou motion of Mr. Downing a select committee is ,
which the itn
charters tax
f their respective by
domestic have not only of
pursuits they performance public duties, will
nrd.c morning to wait on his Excellency generally
breath was appointed
the be
In and posed, repealed.
struggled to defend their own homes b found in proportion
and to the
of this
nature'4 awake the Governor Territory The of the officers charged:
When families from the visitation ol the enemy, of accountability
absence responsibility, and the distance
him this House is organised at
\ inform that now and disbursement of the
chorus with the collection
AU calls up the but they have fought the battles of tho General officer is
from
the placed the
break and ready to receive communications from which power Revenue of the Territory i.i perhaps not .
To chant of the ; Government and on all occasions they be
him. Messrs. Duwnin:, Fitzpatrick and by which u controlled. It would be.
for and 1 wouldthere
In the voice of the echo Macon were nppoiuted on that committee. displayed a courage and fortitude which rOe perhaps. unjust to say, that ,tho evil which I sufficiently provided revision; and amendmentof
recommend
feels the themselves add foro a
credit
Unbound in the wood, ..... Thi House thru adjourned until to more greatest on intend to present to your consideration, arises this ia such
it 11 law subject manner as
Under these circumstances jo on
In the warbling of Mreautt row at IV!o'clock, :1..11.J country. appears from negligence, and disregard of duty' ; aud fatthfnl
insure tho moil
to that their claims to indemnity to performance
prompt
of hinds; '1't' 4 tt, 18117. roe constrained to call
And the foimin rr.tt nun.try but 1 feel your attention these d.ZT.a.ouimwn .
ori'Jlclbfti of important
..
founded immutable __
Tin-re u beant). Hot "hi>re i i.branty,lO.'C.enuweri.t The lIou' met |'Uj. i.uit ui uiijoiirnmciit, t are oa the, principles to a pal hlo insa 'AAY 'fJ rhlri r -' ---. --. ..,. unnecessarily from tho .
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Like the tr.rice n .I.. O#t_ ::- .6.d. 4K |W* J"r t .rg e o r ,,,,,,, Jr sacrificed tbo people: but where public necessity requires
: are by
)'terdav'a piotrr.litir. "HSMr. rend. State: I would therefore recommend %. citizen punctuality &b.., t* h* l IfltyiM ind --.) .-.-. '
free. r/eii'lent laid: l.cforo the Cuuuril l. a the Legislative Council t. a memorial and attention in some ofourfublicruuc. cal application of the Funds arising from

U'hrn the etching or-urge. inerherial' f nor a-:, J. Wood ruutestiug tbo I at the earliest period prepare of the session, i tionaries. The several them should_ bo strictly observed.

election uf Juhu Carr from Franklin count, the distress organising Judicial System, provides There it another subject of deep interestto
forth iD terms
setting appropriate
Ie lliled all thr main, documents that the four Judges of the Superlor Courts,
together with sundry rereivelj aud tufleriug of those who have sustained the community; and one, in the opinionof
Like u.,rltargof a column which ruad and majority of them,shall hold annually
through the post office, was losses and asking that they be iademnified. or a the Executive: which hitherto has not
may
(If plume* on the plain ; on motion of Mr. Fitzpatrick" referred to a I would further recommend that the at the teat: of Government, au Appellate received from the Legislative Council, the a

When th*tliun Icr J i* up select committee. Messrs. Fitzpatrickjohn- memorial should the situation of Court to wbieh writs of error mid appeals attention and consideration which its importance -

Front hit cloud-cradled deep stun and Macon were appointed that those whose homes represent are covered by claims may be taken and prosecuted from tbe several require. 1 allude to the number

And the tempest J i. treading I Cotnmittef. confirmed subsequently to their settlementsby Superior Courts In rcojt cases: involving and variety charters which are granted at

The path ..f the deep ; i Also the memorial of T. Leviugiton; the Supreme Court of the United States, claims to valuable property, or for the every session on, the application of

There i U beauty Hut where i.beauty to If'e. "bichtUI read, and with the 'accompanying and ask foi a grant of the right of preemption i. recovery of large sums the of money; right of companies, the members of which its
unsuccessful
brill'iint brow of a nation when documents rt(cried tu the same Cora- for one quarter section of(land to each appeal exercised by partyin many instances, are non residents of tho
Like the sun the Court below. Hence it becomes a
mittee.. individual thus circumstanced. Territory having no common interest with

free. .. .- 1 Mr. Downing from the select committee Another subject worthy to be presented to subject of deep interest to the community, the people. *The power of granting charters

THE: MINT AI'D tiiKCoiJUOE.' -The important appointed wait upon His Excellency tho the consideration of Congress, is the necessity that every term of tho Appellate Court, is a high and responsible one; and should

bill consolidating into one, with Governor, reported that the duty had been of fortifying the principal .seaports of should be (promptly and punctually hstd.- bo exercised with great caution and deliber

alteration, nil' the cxitting (laws stud performed and the Committee were instruc Territory which remain defenceless. Such I.regret to say has not been tbo case ation. There are many instances where the

regulations alight respecting the Minrl and Coinage I, led It) His Eirrllency to suj that be would From the increasing yet product of the country, and a session of this high and important tribunal interests of the community requires that e

wn yeMcrday( ordered to be engrossed lio prepared torounnunicate to this House in *ue of the most va sable staples and the owing: to the absence of for some one of they should be conferred while there are
been held the last
of 1 12 o'clock to till '. its members has not others where the would be attended
fur, a third trailing in the House Ilepreaentativet at ) growing commerce of the Bays of 9t.1\larkl. grant
Mr. Adams having waived his Mr.I"h&'Htrirk' gave notice that be will Appalacbicola, and St. Joseph they most three years. The presiding Judge of this with the greatest e..illneS injustice to all, or

injection to tarts of the bill after having ou some future day introduce a bill to incorporate in a few years become places of the' gnlte.timponance. Court has been in his attendance and occa some pan cube community. I would therefore -
I the Florida, Atlantic aud Gulf of sionaUy some of the associate Judges hnvo recommend the
1 examined it. and other objections and without fortifications in tu Legislative Council
bring maturely obviated by amendments. As the Mexico Rail Road and Steam float Corn pa.uY. the event of war with foreign powerwill been present, but not a sufficient number to a more guarded action in the exercise of this

Gold Coin terrains anun Also a !bill to establish ons term of tbo West constitute' a quorum. These officers being hiU: and important power. .
stand, the vite invasion from tbo Key
bill now enemy .
tbo"ehht Court in Dade county in the Southern beyond tbo control of the Legislative Council I There is of the United
the silver dollar i ie tu be hereafter Superior asd the 7'urtugasfrom the c.pacitaad security no portion States
;
of Florida. Also a bill to regulate 1 am unable to recommend to you anappropriate .
instead of 416, its District more susceptible of improvement of
safe ancbpr-
: of 41U I 12 grains; of their harbors affording! this every
of silver tbe fees Iud terms of service of Nrta remedy against evil, so kind than tbo Territory of Florida
should be ;
weight, (the quantity pure age to tbe largest vessels of war, everyyear
present it. however remaining the same) and the lies public, and Judges the County courts. objects of national consideration. Theyare deeply felt by the whole community. But I its resources are moro and more extensively

in parts of a dollar of r proportionate: weight ; Also a bill to repeal s'h act relative to the the only harbors on the coast of the United after passing through. & a period fifteen years! developed- the successful industry
remains instead of be capture of Negroes found in the Seminole of Territorial (Government am persuaded and enterprise of our citizens. Its climate is
coia
and the copper States south of the Chesapeake, whereour '
the wealth and number
at Us present nation. that the intelligence fouud peculiarly) favorable to the growth of
big rrdured. as proposed ships of the line can find protection, either 't
of Mr.\ the Chief of our inhabitants now sufficient to enableus
motion Fitzpatrick
the half cent. On the most valuable staples and its soil yields
weight uf 168 grams to from the elements or the superior force
Xat. Jnffl. Clerk Sergeant at Arms and Door Keep cube When we consider their situation to assume a State Government, under I an abundant reward tu the labor cC tho lunbandtnan. -
oaths of office. enemy. which all public officers be held me I'
their respective may
cr took In a fnw years it is hoped that
the of the Gulf $
/'Burr in writing to his wife ,&' -".. Messrs.John G. Gunn, Robert Copeland wealth on aud verge extent of the trcamandthe diately responsible to the people. If I am the different extremities of the country will

would not wish you to possess that kind of and Neill McPherson were duly elected en commerce correct in this estimate had formed of the be connected by rail roads, and a rich commerce
i
which is them and
and clerks. passing by which mast of the Territory, it is a duty whichwe
and
which relates with accuracy rolling engrossing capacity will flourish in all our sea port luwn..
memory continue increase for
certainty all names and dates. I. never His Excellency, Governor transmitted to centuries yet to owe ourselves as American citizens, With these advantages aided by a judicious
their
invention or this House the following which come importance u naval stations justly proud of our Republican Institutions, of
know it to accompany tnueh to message Dud prudent system Legislation.m a short ..
fancy. It if almost the entuswe. blueing of was read, and on motion of Mr. Fitzpatricktwo canpot be too highly appreciated of and the to claim tbo right ot self Government io lime Florida must become one of the most

JedlllUl." thousand copies were ordered to be expenditure of no sum mousy should be preference to remaining longer in a state: prosperous and dcairaMe portion of the
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regarded to their fortification. From either of Territorial vassalage, under the absolute. Union.
beensupposed printed..aUBS&f6B. of these positions in a few hours roil oar dominion of General Government. The
baa
ATr.a.-h
SOURCE SALT I That you, gentlemen, tvi'J' contribute all in
of could be in immediate
tho salt ships war track which can be offered in I
naturalists, that the of only argument
GElTI.EIIE1IfAI Representatives its
by tome your power to promote welfare 1 have
of all vessels bound ia and out of the Gulf
in the sea has been ,gradually augmented byline of the people i.r Florida. 1 am happy to of Should behalf of a continuation of the present state every assurance; and I shall be happy to .
brought into by the rivers ; Counc laneS will unite with Mexico. we neglect to avail ourselves of tbingsb that the expenses ot the Territorial with tho .
st+ particle meet you in you co operate you to extent of my
of these in the
but this cause is totally inadequate to explain most cordially in support of every measure advantages event of a Government are defrayed by the United power and ability.
I superior naval .
wita thevwould
ia the war power States. Butthis regart1 a> a trifling consideration
of salt existing and
the immense quantity calculated to promote tbeu prosperity be i I Your fellow citizen.
certainly occupied the im"
tnbole mass of the oceau. If the average welfare of the country. TheN are many by ; when compared with the sacrifice R. K. CALL *

c fliih| of the* sea be ten miles, aud it cou- important subjects which should claim your to the great annoyance of these of harbors our commerce. of independenceand the rights and privileges Governor of Florida..

fins 2 1 -2 per cent uf salt were the water attention at the present session ; aud to far The importance of the attracted incident to a state Government In a few Mr. Fitzpatrick moved that a Committee

I entirely evaporated, the thickness of saline as the limited time allowed me to perform tbe attention Government many years years Florida will abound io wealth, aud be appointed to contract fur the priming of
officers of
since. the
i residue would exceed one thousand f ot.A"aoaIATcNAIIIEI.1t that duty may permit I will endeavor to Competent Engineer will contain a numerous population. If we this house; which motion prevailed, and
Department and of the Navy, were orderedto sustain the :
tbo commencement
them to consideration. cannot at Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Logy, and
Long
present your were
them and their
although :
State Governtnentswbichhave
survey reports of other
inform that the war with splendor that Committee.
is somewhat 1 to on
'' regret you appointed
believed to have been entirely favorable
are in the of tbe
that the bead keeper of tan establishment the Seminole Indiana so lung protracted, has bead been long confederacy The House then adjourned until! to morrow l
singular the permitted to slumber
subject contented with humble
be
The Union, let us n more '
at lloxton il. has not been brought to a close. at 12 o'clock.Adsxrct .
for insane yet
persons without receiving the action of Congress. I display until time shall have ripened our
with
of the officers charged
turned Wbippem. A lawyera\ Lincoln frequent changes would therefore recommend, that in the memorial to maturity. 1 would, therefore I
resource
laD fields rejoices io the name of Settle ; the direction and management of tbo war, proposed these subjects should be Council i .
recommend to the Legislative tbe l1alD.-Tbil '
or complaint
of Uo\v street bat contributed in no small degree to pro. np-
of the
gaoler
ndjibe name brought to'tbe consideration of the National
for
adoption of the preparatory measures an pears to he gaining ground'all tho world
date this result. Hut it is most earnestlyhoped
office U Sbsckle. that the distinguished General now in Legislature. The education of the youth of application 10 be admitted into tho Union. over. We have beard of tho following eases -

; the Territory U an object of ,tho greatest The bravo and patriotic Tennessceans, of recent occurrence :
IUMftUI ,,,,. ll 14 said to be the field may bo permitted to remain and .
the
Receipt far and should excite warmest tho
relict
importance who at darkest married
of against came to our period A young woman the other day
his operation
a relief for Rheumatism to apply a cabbage pursue own plans of member of the Council
without interruption. Should solicitude every of the war, when we were surroundedby : threw her infant into a cooking stove while
oaf to the part Effected. Choose a the enemy At present there is DO limitation Florida hand and who have been nursed
she of
perils on ever affectionately a leg
to I mut
it very
perfect leaf,cut off the protuberant stalkat such bo the case, there every reason where they can be educated in tho higher so distinguished for their gallantry ..

the back, and place it oa tbe part with believe that the termination.war will very On moon the bo seventeenth bro'tto branches learning aDd they are compelled and eminently enterprise in the last campaign, lost ton.An elderly gentleman, walking along tbo
successful
a bandage of flannel at going to bed. It a and first Novem to go abroad to receive that lnstrutioawhich two of their intrepid companions in arms. street took hold of a to",'. tail and gracefully -

will produce local perspiration, and in eighteenth then twenty la the field defeated cannot be procured at home. Among who became victims tot the disease of our putting it over her back exclaimed. -
two or three repetitions effect a the Congress passed 'Vm.Vashintno
the combined forces ot the confederate climate. I allude to tbj j. Madam, vou were about to lose your veil:
with the cession of Florida to the United States, and Mr. Yerger who died at this place in the t A certain bachelor gentleman the other
SANTA AN and his aid Col. AL chiefs'in three decisive battles great I
HA, from all their flea that io which mo townships of land month of September last.! We owe it as aI'M morning.commenced dressing himself by
MONTE, arrived Washington on the 17ibtut. loss and drove tbe Indiana from cab and
known biding places.r were required to be rwervid L drawing on his"tight breechetover his head.


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FatDtaicK; Jan. 7. 1&3tJ. General Gaiues. the importance' of complying aU' A'f1 WaD cieut for their protection. Wo 'have peed I New Orleans, Jan. 11-gi P II. 's .

4 Present-Major Gon. A. Macumb, Presi- : with the desire or Ibo Court in this mat of wore protection, instead of Ics, Iud wo I I have just received the foll, nia/j ,
dint, I ter. Your Sir is not before us. You I ant intehhigencadireet from !
case
Jan. 28 )837. doubt that when GOII. bo thecity0j,1 .
Saturday have Jestip
no I
that 8-nta
leo
Hri;. feu.: 41tkin.on.l must not interrupt us. Anna, i ia
p ** I": Drndl.: S Allociate.' Gen. G. (in n loud voice) "May\ it please From the Army. We have been permit comet acquainted with our situation he will I present persona power in Mexico b./ "7:* .

Cnpt. S. Cooper. Judge Advocate the Court I wish to bo heard rura moment. provide ample means to insure our safety, I an outlaw, cud all citizens of .? :
letter from officer of he Army or
I era again a, ibo reportrcs table io the I do not dcsiro to retard its operations, hut to peruse n an Tho other pruocer Stephen" Merrilt was 1 Mexican Stiles are called open to sot J** .
I Hall! of the grjat military tribunal Aiith I wi ih to protect formally against tbo illegality dated Fort Armstrong (Dadd'i Untile I should h.* again appear' within ?
also cxniuiii'! Ho any f
va
increased facili,ics for Ibo ncquiiiiion of with which it is, and Ins been con Ground) January 21st, from nhieh ss learn : very contradictory" I State or Territory of Mexico.' *

interesting incidents (or your readeis. The ducted. Tho ninety first article, Mr. President that by orders of Jl j. Gen. JKSUP, the in his statements and uruntUfuttory in his JJucjataeuto has been invited to t.. L
iucleraeut weather end bkd condition! of the ,- nlunrJ. but there are roitonnblo: ground; ,.f *uli-ir there. Fil.iuU hat been 'N
roads .OIDOWhll retarded the arrival oftho Gen. Macomb; Gctt. Gaincs submit your Wahon Swnmp. had been thoroughly explored fur his deteniion, in custody. would luvo been condemned if ihecoa tj...!lf j

., taey arc uon all herd end yiews lr paper and they "iIIl.a considered lonelier with every trail Icnt'iug to _. .- -- people had dot thett u 11 dHposiiiUtt to ..*...

will proceed nitb the case of Gcu. Scoti hi and rcardcJ. uo.o now or IHI) time nftei' U'hhlacajchco within a circuit of 40 Cut) \\ WTAIT, i is naiititiuccd nguin asa ten him at all luzrud. tr.

due form. The' ; General looki indisposed; the ndjuurnment of the Court this morning mites. It U rrprrxnited a* of vast extentand I I aho received advice from N.coadMi.t
laboriously engaged during the recess, and will do. c.indMatc. for -legate; tu Cougre It i iI is ., lOih(; Dec. (rom which w.'Iea,,. tae.

jtailieipatiug iu jibe comtnou catarrh of tho Gen. G.; No, Sir I will do 8>i 11."'.." difficult' of nrceis, and it is n matter uf. |!;I r'llUrtedlhlll
season, ho hat list nuch uf his rudincss.! A Proceeding. wcro accordingly tu sits nstnnUhment I...,,, the. Indian .'r", e\>i The ptwplo <>f 1'.lorida.0 think cimuot get Fort Gibson via Fort Tow.oo. -

t fitr days, hnnqverill restore him to his prndrd! Iii eiiatilo? tho gallant old soldier driven from this stroll; hold.' The negro wlln faithful and intelligent ilelgato All wa jniel on the Western Frootier;

wanted health Geuernl Cainca armed: f'f) embody hi.'io,,,, nt the completion" prisoners tite tint there is a serious difficulty n more -- -
yesterday hi th$ can (sum llultimojc andlifts of uhich& ho commenced another uddresi to than Col. WUITK, and sit Ioig: a ho will Office of the Aiaerieaa,
the Indiuus. flint Ojccohi has ( f
taken.; l&;dgiat::;. at Mrs. Thomas'. He is lite Court but wss rgnin interrupted: by among icondcrrrtcd servo the iKMmloof Florida they is ill elect NEW OaLIis JaOe J7. S
..
!by nil his followers and is now ---- .- /
in fine spirits uuJ at report sass, is dctcrmin* Gen. Macomb. hint.lIr.. TEXAS
ted to 4-iig frOn' their coverts tho true cul Gen. G.; "1 ,,'iah.1\Ir. President to cone wnudcricg about with only about 8 or lOur Advice; train Columbia, Texas
in tlio Flur da Ho will auk the into this Court ann the am .. _
puts that tht
case. country bit friend Maj. Fot r, with a pnrty: of bGout4ll Eatf.iIEZCnhl: ; IIH *.talrV'ro tfhli ult. luielhgenco reached
tae
Court for a .ub )(cn lfur Lewi Cass, mid whole tenor of it* proceedings is at war iofcoverumentou {
Creek ludians had: gono in pursuit 1 or 500Semitiolcs : \ rnug'crtil into lliosemco oftlio If. S., : Sundav. iLlih. .k.. .v
duopeople with h,,'. and and
require of him the t.ljIIllatiOfls/OjUtIY, utn&o reason I Mexican: :
to the :\lIJcr.rall) ] ) l-. (aetI. M.\ 'General you .holl'lUt be longer who were represented to ho in n by oruVr ff Miij.: Gun. J..'tVI'. llo i is. nisigile(1110 : der "f ibo army Ucpublic.wa passing Geu.; towards; r b&;:?

Proceeding,.*!'. of foklur.luJau.-- ---- 7th. tolerated in thcuo :;v'tIuI1ous! ciprcrsions.The.o : wimp; nhoutSO miles eotr.hwcst: of tho Wnlun ; tho comrnaud.of the country' cast ol( I I leave= for tho army in a fet day.Houston. IIi.| "as.k ,
: 'L'his %m. the 1f"1 i iutt'lc.l;sug day uf the 'urt \\ill cuufcr-UJ'nr tho Court! A dctuchmcnt ( *
Swamp. :
wcro to move she St. Juhru ricer.1)iatlimeius I is rapily improviug. ("ooef tl order.
whole 'is'i"iu [At nu tatly huur the foutlr The croud with the two Major: Generals L.
I ou tho iilld, for the Ahupopka lako! near I Itfcii U-McU (r.JIR. the War Depariiii :.
om 'nl rMiud'il iu iiulicijfatiou uf the: : repaired fi un ami chnnilicr and there *
AI "PlttdfaucO..r. ijor General' Guincs, whosooltjectiiuis anuilcd J tho second result uf tho arbitration.V LJxVo\ Monroe. .oin' Captains Ihu<;ou'm,1 I vMu.i: tuo puUpt. bo ofcotuiug Unuger lad* '

: Ki M! 'Iit or (;&'I" r..1 Miu-uinti J u. the hilt! there, II feeling uf profound regret at Vo havo'iccn favored) with tho lolloiving .'rc'llIulh'j companies of u.uuurc.11'nr ''D. ;:..HIII; them The to Telegraph prepared tu uirl!, .
presiding officer of this Court, has beenpublicly tho unfortunate caue of the Cktrnn cmcnt vadsr. indulge! ;; j iu atrua,
of .
another
extnct letter from which we derive teen marched yesterday: on a scouting; expedition of proud rollectiou on retiewiug |
atotrei and "llOao well rantedftmeiu of these', two eminent soldiers, irresistibly taperou pr *
nsolilic', will fmcvcr under him pervaded* us. Thu champion of RepublicanAimricn r/jditiooal information : to tint .suntli. A detachment uf ( couditiuu of the country aDd lit?

I tl.*cr h, 1m cow Ir'IlIoli. A. soon cs the i : ,ihuso to whom the present generation Foirr ARMSTROKO, (Dado's hattie' > Capt. Wcedon's company 'taste gone io succesful organization of regularg" 'erDlJltat I

Kr%idcui ni.n'tuticrd the reauiuisi. of,I thI: of our countrymen ever look with Ground) > boats south tw Matanzat for tho purpose uf I") koon aficr ftr ibo enemy wa driven rtell

; (;.urt to lrtJ'a') 4j.IO luuiiios, \11"' I patriotic exultation were now, without a January, 10 o'clock, 1). M. ) securing all l nti.tlnt bo found.Vo.vi thu country'I'Tcxa doe iodted preseaianomaly. >'. ...

... Hcoti requested mat the dupuitiou, of Geu.t.liurh fault of cither: exhibited) to public gaze as An express has this moment arrived from -- _. -may- ---- u recover so (00u from iSeffect .

: in continuation of his chain of evidence i gladiators iu the political arena. There they Mnj. Foster, informing that 11 luiliaus! and / ? /A* lUchmwl Hn'er.. Zth fu/ of revolution anti step at once i j&!
luiions
might ba read. ''There were," said stood on opposite; sides ofthe room encir* (;t.:a.It.\I. ::'CO1'T. tiiulist prepared to govern 'baexteuiive Ii
8
t Iie/'ioine' questions$ which I omitted to put tied by their several friend?, and occasionally negroes have been captured by the Indians "'o lay before our tea lor*. tho follun i : territory only proves that the ai- t

to General C. while here Mr. President ejoing eachuther manly form, with I under Major F's command. Il<> is in pur. card frost Gen. Scott wiiji great sati.factiou. :- jority of her people' have been schooled a* tf

unit I railed myself tho kindness of the I other, I trust, thaa: embtiterc'd reflections. ,: suit of the others, and hopes ao entertainedthat It selves to corr*
Judge Advocate }v ho, in vi.iliogVa.oiul:. Favorites of the nation, who breastrd the he will succeed. Two Indians were which hive l,eeu sct'ailom roucrrning the I" General Austin has spread a gloom O'er
...: ton obtained from; the Central iu that City, I baoucts of the gallant old England!, side by intcrettingj: scenes which arc mini exhibited! the C uutlY. Ho was buried at Petd !!oi
killed the volunteers Indians. i i
the written aUI" fI. 'Tisto these 1 refer side and by ( ) The Point.
togetberplauted the Star Spangled: at Fmicricktoivn.' Tic ilid, : Uut ilccliuo! ns
and I beg that they may ho read." They Uanner of thir admiring couutrymcn.i, hero captives are men women and children. Wo the (:elllr.1 .tatc* the rcpuMicatiou uf the 'I I I Tho Indians till continue to commit de- 4 I

were<< read accordingly, and ore iu keeping once proudly nnd gnly and vauntiiiRly march ut day break for the A.I&:l"pop.ka Ik.achelthich 'have aj>j uarcil. of ilia: oviilenca prciIatMus. A Air. Ilervcy. his wifeaa.KL| .'J!

I with tbo testimony 'hitherto furnished by floated the standard,of St. George.; Leaders I Ln t1clr Lake !Monroe, (brfora tho Court-out*werrpuMiihe!

4 4 that General. Other. unimportant tcstimoor of "forlorn hopes," whoso names arc patronymics __ '. I them with.some caution, us certain. puHncalahusious. 1'sivuxitE.a. Osstii.le w> SSfw IIn..., .'.
was about being read to elucidate which for hundreds of their youthful fellow Eveiy Indian: or negro prisoner who has From. all that MO can hear, no I I 'a mud tlc.i.l 411.1' scalped' iu his ...,
Gee. Scott was upon tbo floor when the citizens, and the I hou e. IIi. U"u hter ei:ht ..r uiue cv..oW."I: 4 7
I at recital of whose achievements as yet leen taken, stems to confirm the report entertain ao doubt of Gen. Scott's 'honorable I ,
principal door of the (chamber was thrown the I w a* carried ua)It, the" Indian Thrmsrtiuer
strinHr-g! feels the first impulses 01( discharge of all blame iu the .
of the dissentioos or censure
the Seminoles
I '
I up and io walked Gcu Gaines, in full uniform military ambition! Where and what' among were mounted on "'....1 buries a. i> J ,
are events of tbo southern
wearing the splendid sword prteotcd they now! G7Kniguts: on the political and there seems to be but little doubt that campaign! I juared (runt the tra.k>. aud *r* supputrd u.

to him by the Legislature of Virginia, accompanied chess board of the upper and low vabiuets. this is the fact. Osceola has been the master To Ihe Editor of the Enquirer.FntDtiutK I hive been tU;;" rd ill o"I.r" dejretfsutu :;

by tiro ids-detCauip. General On the reopening, the Court, through spirit who has led on his devoted nation : : (Md.) Dec. 29, lM. I from the hat found at the house, lUll ku
i G., without taking star, proceeded to the President announced that Ibo protest to destruction. His tribe, the ?licasuk'I.are Sir : Amidst laborious occupations, apararaph I belong to a gentleman, living 20 or 99 t
the front of tbo President: and seizing the General Gaines sheuld be incorporated in your paper oftho X4Ui! iust., I miles fuithrr west.
first iutsrral of silence addressed the Court the most warlike of any of the Seminoles -
with tbe proper documents. ,Geo. Gaines hasjust. been pointed out to me. iu which -
"I am here may it please the Court by the then read his acquiescence in the decif ion and wo bavo beard it said tnat he has you .decline republithi'ig: for reasons the Ulfiee uf the Her, 1

orders of the Secretary of War and I ask ofthe I'ro.idenlorabe United States in relatiou often boasted that his tribe had 'sharpereyes reports which, I understand have, (rum NEW Oat :As, Jan. J7 I37. J r I

) Judge Advocate may be directed to read to Gen. Macomb and after the trans and longer armi.thau tbe rest of the nation.' limo to time been given in the public papers The Texian armed sclnw.ner TerrikJi I.
the several orders: from the War Department action of unimportant business tbe Court of the proceedings of Ibo Court of t=n- Capt Williams, arived at the S. \". Pas es .
on the subject." The Court accordingly adjourned until to.morrow at 11 o'clock For the last forty years this tribe has been quiry at this place. 1 thank you (or tint Sunday 4 days from Velasco. Panaugen; 1 1It.

ialruclod.Iho. Judge Advocate to A. M. noted for the depredations they have com lorboarauco; for with tho Euquirer. another II on. )Hunt.Miui.ter Plenipotentiary asj ": I

comply With the: General's desire, and theorh.Ps The opinions of the Court as expressed milled and the distance from home( they I I'DJlorfIS shown me, containing the Knvoy: Extraordinary from the RepuMic ., -.4.

failure of*:Hj the** the Court_ to.enquire into. the, to Gen. Gaines, were delivered by Major would travel in their marauding expeditions. ; report of Major Kirby'. evidence, in'coni.ec- Texas to the Go/erument of the: land "
l.aq.I." o. :. ;.. ,
? ,??; States Hon. T. I
Bad Flor.da, under the conduct of Major "fll.. 'ft"Q""h" \111\" A I.hUJ.. UDrO....I\! .?.ll.d fanner Not n single instance is known of depreda lion with which, I am made to speak iu ; J. Green. M. J. Falvel. L 'I1'i

... n.the,..uuanthorized.1.11 h. .;.i..u.lallrelaueudiog lie urged upon his brother officer, i. :::t'.:::. .inns having been commuitru uj IUMJ.J .? \lIb..;".'.functionary lwh disretoectfpl, us fTxce'lcucy aud; injurious, the uover of a lla'I.hiele... ..;...M....,;D...-wf, and MM J.'H.. i5Iaiss I't,u''n... |lilt 5ej.
of ho
publication stood in of
a relation altogether unsolicited, any other trilie, within the limo mentioned.
officail by Mnjor General Gaines nor of Alabama. I insure you that this i* co. is rrrt4inl ciiiiral and \\ ill give tier :
appears adherence
were immediately road. During tho read., an and to a course, the expediency Evidently this tribe Ins! been broken up and an error. Not a syllsle; ol lint chiracltr i'tt to all the t.itt and talent of the Va,
of
i.n" General G. remained standing, and at its must propriety approve and which,which his own tho judgment rules of: scatteredmid nro wandering tIOU! diipiritcd 5ciped my lips. ; nur h ivc I uttcre I a polit.icnUcutiment Uur.... siIuiijir.tion.; Th.. ignorance: asS

4 completion i observed "May it pleaso the service absolutely' elnctcLi.I' ono: II and di.hcartcned. Theic is reason tu hope l eforc 11a:. c.iurt. 1
Court I have been ordered to before S. that tho nil! ,.un the occasion :ulml.! d, tt'. rtgrtt romptutn .r.UIt'ult lo treat njth than, aU, tb__ ft j.
appear .fiencral l Gaiaes bas publicly expressed war soon b, closed.Two ki'n, ..., n .11
S you and I have douo so; and 1 must be allowed his termination the that hn Lxecllenc: hi.: | uot& condescended I I lge And diplomatic, : skill uf more eir-
to
to that tbe is prosecute tuitekiitiu ledge! either of uiy Ivttera ilil..1! r.iTniitftV0' cannot: imagine liiat!
court
I am say a party to the trial proceeding now pending.illegally.and inquiries. and now bring pending the to their utmost extent be I i free colored persons charged; with to hiiii, ..: the list i>f May lust : U>4li of I tho M-xiiMii;; thi' r. wiJ; hive" tie' madam .:11 i i'f'
actually guilty fairly having furnished .
ammunition, &cID which t"* leil '
the nil ire war unto
demand the right of. cross-questioning witnesses fore the world la this ho will bo seconded .tue.l. WCM conceived h. reiled they are brought: upbvv
cxamiu; log; documentary evidence, by the hero of Chippewa. hostile Indians and uegrccs, were broughtup and expreitfd i.. ih" laogimgH; if touro-y: ; )me otl.ttr.! ,p huu'r. mid wo cannot: coaeeift

&e." The Court objected and assured Gen. FuEDKBicn, Md. Jan. 9. Pursuant: to before the Major on Monday la"r. forexamination. an.11 I shonni. hy Majur Kir"). (but: the} i l wvf it ...,..Mlte the intereit of such power J.,.

(iaiae. thai it differed with him in opinion order the court tact at 12 o'clock this mor : 'rhc) l-oth denied the 5, era scull in Inplicnto. an i hy two .evip.Jconvryanrrn. :Jo could involve the tivo countries iu a wit whkh ..$1.,. (,
charge
on the subject and hinted io very delicate uiuff, and immediately went into es.ion but witncs I piniitcd mil to the Court not terminate tiertvi\e! than f..t terms, the expediency of his taking a scat, with closed doors. On its reopening the a being proJucd and sworn, some tiiib.irrasiiieut html I ha,1 e\IIf'1 i.utc.1| to .iletico. In twelve inon hi h* .\rurtu,1.1J : .-. I' ,

and concluded by assuring him, that as soon Judo Advocate stated that Gen. Scott was identified the cloth, needles thread and to. in my upeMtiuas, (oning t in a cuniiii4iiuu! ; w..nld wave over the ma-uific' .iit ci -.. (r

as the case of Gen. Scott was concluded. laboring under o sore throat and would nol haccun* being precisely similar if not aJ.o of Ulllo" ord circtiiiHranec-; *) from the U"II. taofih.it! IJepnMic. and wouM pro'iaKy: k.... c;
io the reception of and hddcd' tint if fontinutf, to wave wi;:tithe of .lbsltihih.jtantg.
aimvcr.
every facility procession of his viesshould be in attendance unless specially required same which were bought by the witness any consent i
be awarded:. him. General (;. continued and no business being before tbe court the few day for a I h:>d thought uf it in time, I might have I : We are u<.t anxious hoivtm.
previous Randal far
to descant;on the illegality of the resident adjourned until to 10 Irving, one caused mi interrogatory to l Ic scut to his the accomplishment of such an evwi h:
morrow at
'. ." proceedings thus far," notwithstanding! the o'clock. of prisoners. The witness knew nothinz ,K:
assurances of Gen. Macomb that his I have reason to believe that Geu. Scott of any powder bought for the prisoner or- that cme. IKIVI- treated$ my iuierrog itory aibe averted by lla.. "N.IJ .ell., nUt uiuJcatanVI il1rl

language at this time, was rather inappropriate will not bo permitted to recapitulate the testimony that he had any in his possession. After had treated my 'letters. In thi, 1m ,y our own (L.nrcgnmeuit.COLIJMDCS.. '.
and hit great desire that the vcnera. taken on bit in the Seminolecase for have lon. an injustice' rather to mj rlf thau
q Lie CtHef would bescattd; "! come here, the court having part discovered that they denying some time the truth of Ibo writ.oell" the Governor, and which I may sincerely (%'a.) Jan. 2)>. tP.

Sir." be continued, "not te ask favors, but would be doing an act signal injustice to testimony, be made a statement in regret. on bettor information. .Iltirns in tht Creek Xmlon. IuteIigeut, :

to deaand justice.t', "Cliar tbo Court," G ntralGainesU they permitted Scott to substance as follows : "That on Saturday With Mill I IIKVO: not tbo honor of bpin, ;: fiasjuit: been rceeive.l in uur city that ib.'r I 'III

nld the President. plead his case upon tz parSe tottimony. They night 14th ;IISI. Andrew Cute, Joe Mcrritt personally: arquainted., and kllcn.r no reason I Indiati. n'nrrinrt who went encamped '" 1 sr.
In short time .. in III* w.rld win I ,hmil.| .; miles from this rlace "DIII.
a we reentered the chain- also discover much: difficulty in separating, and John nut entertuincharge. under charge .f
her and General Games Uiccnty.camo to his camp on An- for his ', a.tull hii Lie ut Sloan .
:
was informed I the cases as private a* publictor : brokehooseyesterilay morning
by they oriiually I be-
the Court through the Judge Advocate, that hove inasmuch as separate proposed opinions would( astatia island' burst open his door, und took the highest: respect.; ProlmMy. it occurs ami took liz the tvood!*. rarrjin* with tilts I. If!

J/I.-' 'that the Court had every desire to extend have to bo given in each case, aud these away the articles mentientd. lie was in te me. on reflection he came to the cunelu- their rifles. ammuuition. &r. Their number .'."

to turn at the proper time the utmost lati opinions of course founded upon the fJ1Klrte bed, sick, as also all his family.nnd unable to sills). that the infi.nn.iiion sooghi: from him, i i. tome two hunilred. and there i is every rsaSI **-

tude in tho furtherance of bit enquiries; but evidence embraced in either. As I before defend himself. Tho staid would he or h:.d bean uhiained throngti: nut on to brlieve that: they are as hostile as a
I that, at the present time, be would not be stated they will allotv Scott to through' negroes there thei channel ; but that nisus having; failed me. any period of the Creek war. A (amIl ]
permitted to interfere with the business of with his Creek casef/wAa/H( noon go account some time, and stated they wanted to procure it became: itiipurixot to IIIH t.. show tu the came into town ltevetiinr. who had W j

the Court by the introduction of I i'revelaut Jesups absence) and then quiet himself some articles from town aud 'he partly Court that I took every measure tu ensure from alarm: stating; that the Indians! bJ I&

observations, and that it was hoped further until Gen. Gaines (ins cress examined the agreed to procure them, and shortly after Ihe rcropti nj my letters. Hence the appeared ncraernu iu the neighborhood i

suggestions on the subject' would bo found witnesses, and then leave to the two officers they left. On being ask e.| why'bo fli.l not questions to Major Kiriiy.Wtoi where they Ind lived; that they were eoaf ,-.1-
"
unnecessary. The General continued his whether to innkea nnd plead the Kenortcr in qnetion may he. I tautly "IJ'oJ.ill' nrdllnd their dwelling. as4Kavo I ,
summary
r perpendicular position. their respective cases or submit the testimony come to town and give information ho an do not certainly know. I think it proSafile.! I every demonstration of bo.tilitaa I. :

Lt. Morris was IW TB; Where nod io to the infection of tho tourt without stvcred, dill ho wanted inset a trap for them however, thallte was introdured tu mo a wo 'atoll l nfortnisbt siuce. there are al what capacity were in April last? that they fw days ago nt the Court Uoum. I four h"n.lre.1"anion in A:
jou pleading. The latttr course onld be jnoit promised to return iu three weeks'' had yet remainin.* ta' ..
Answer; At Tampa. Uay; I was commisssry I proper for tnnnjr raatoiu.: Gen. Scot however when' ho wonld' have' come, to town under never known that person before or had any Creek nation and' agreeable to onr best u* ; : ., i
-.1.1ira
--. of Depot. would object for hois anxious to Iho\\ other communication with him in any form, f formation, they have all good rifles and a ,
Ceo. Gaincs. "1 begleave, with. due deference ofT, nnd I think that General Gaines will) prctcuco"f inaking purchasc: for them, and I'rumtnourthr.0 of llio ,printed reports supply' of powder ant hall; what damage : .

E te state. Mr President- want to wake most of 'his case also. [list ho would have boeu cuableil to give infi.r- that I hivp' seni, the writer cvid inly ntcr- may they not da ? What defence have Po

General Macomb; General, I repeat that will do what Scott ought to hare done. matiou that they might;; have been caught. talus for sue sentiment of jro.ul 'I ill|| ; fr. whites Tho friendly Creek* now at Dad*'* ,.:."."
you cannot be permitted to address the lie stated that Andrew Cue laRd ". hint I am duly thankful.: ; hut in thuwiiar.licular i battlo! ground iliaeinz ditches! would be Ie ...11,
PRKOEIUCK Md. Jan. told_ himthat ... --- --
10.
Uourt, until your case is beforo it." --- rcpo.ts, Im has certainly ivt.J.: ;' more service al-I h:.m';.
General Gaines; "1 appear tcforo you, The court met at tho appointed hour this in the early part; of tho unuurr tw'.. langiiiige: but v.-ry partially; nut in several my; '1".1' oluntccr rompanif of this city hcU V

f Sir, by orders"- morning and went immediately into secret Indians hud swam th"ir hoi.ct acro.* the ..us.... tike that iMticc.1 ahovp ht. ina.huicpeak slu'nselv,, ri-ady at a mornr..''* naminta 1

Gcn. M. "You will obfe: the Court, Sir session,-1 ,presume for the purpose of adopt St. Sebastian River and rud, through the ili,n>.|ifrirully. ruulven harshlv, i i lake the finll; we have, not learned wbe6ertli '; 2

by your rflenco". ill; another mode of proceeding with the town and ,,ent out' at thu .. v s hen) no .liir"*t.ert, w.ts inh n.rl'tt.! Thi.lllay .. Governor Alabama=- has ordered oat 'ti
,
bemtniilo I. :;:utc ""i.i i i.
(..eo. (L "I IlrotcltJ) formally' against tie case. Gen, Gaines loaves no in a :groat iK-prff, {h" itt..n.u..1. | far (rum llio i any troop, the new" has: not probably reached -
course $pursued by thii court"- stone unturned to Invo: things go on ut they doubted I ly ..linus I all ,,f urn riii, _.*us hut fiet, thus; tip' >UMiM. ...VsI l Miner has )]"tTcrhren I him )e'. '

Gen. M. ..! havoonco hotild. (In groit: hnsto.) we r.colled'Ilenrill it state-titbit' t ,. I 'I.I .vM i -
more tu sa\, (;on. i ; 'I inqnu-. t I. in ,&U ;a note ,
Gome. that you cannot be allowctf to fa.torfere MIMTAIIY COURT OF OQUIIIY.Correspondence : diau had been scull in the mark", ;.h..lt( l.t Uf.A' :I f .Office o( the Herald, ?

any way with; she progress; (I f this of the Bait. Chronicle. the' time when! the in the ''Ilt c-umwcnn-int'iit of the Court, n :. E\\ \"OU-\.Jan.lI. $
un fitftl:
mindHO '
trial. and n repetition! T such conduct w ill I'licminitK.Jan.: 10.-The Court !. army (friend. t'v'rt..y fl'I..I ,' intimute.l: t.) me : Singular /Ilill-A />rca .-On Suo1iy -
lo viewed as deliberate! contempt!) ? .-ray he title<< in secret scsiion. To morrow it.com dec!. guards mounted to (protect the pnvso uf 1 II dcsiro un hit p sri to report th, ;llrut"t'.I.lgH '> nisht I l.ur. a wt.rkmiu by the of Cua- '.

seated." .. MIIU in tlio matter of Gen. ORin"l! tho thy, The only watch kept not an in. i.I fiom I time t U lime I far ono of tho publicJiumnls. : nin;:lnm nhr wn* employed ia the jl fu.

Gen. G. ? hegyour pardon Sir standing in all probability l bo declared. Tho pro.slwill Gen. efficient patrol vf(rom H) In 10 of uui citizen. At my urgent solit-iation! hi nroniiscil (.lrt..,}" fir !Mr.\ eymfiur. Ihuoldo" dream.d

is a custom of runic; and 1 ask tol.ecratified has offered the tribunal n series of who ciiJ tho duty as well as they able. tu tititi tai iit, uIII11 1 know from linn thai tlni: ho iUtho cloud roll away iu the.sky'
arguments were
in this .}articula r.'* ill) illustration of hi. objections the ho has iiihile not a siiula report ur nute. tht-hoaveiH rruiig : cud a being like lbS
(;en. M. "Ccrcaii General to course This circumstance, if true shows how much You I Son: of Alan decending tho earth sur
,ly, ; Consult in which the pending trial tins been conduct arc at liitl! ty lomaktf such u jour convenience, itung ur tandinf.; lv ed, and it i i. thought ho will succeed in we have !><*cu exposed. Wo midcstanithat Ihh notoasyou. may; 'picas and, if published i rmm.It".1fith" numerous spirits and anel

S 'fofen.illc!. foursclf y..i "*" Jfltlify the tin R to "himself a participation. in iu .proceo-Iceoa. orders have Locn received (rum Gen. it will l L o tho Gut line fruits ma which !a In the nmrninj uhen ho awoke, he told bit Iny
.ur. dines lllnir of the Jo. that has beau (printed by permissiuu I wife 1\lr\ Cnaniiigham of his dream; Lad
Globe. has signified 'hisunnilliiinets up, when the term of service of the my or prucu.r :
Mil rit 'hat Aill l to Ita ")Iy ile.ir wife, 1 do believe .
tnwSw'lm { ; amount uf to appear l.t-fnrc the Court.Ill in n twelve month; sit: a Iritcr to ; :
I ; : volunteer. raised for tha protection of the I nm called h I feel that day Uoo
+ If'JII nero lit j u in n A nay 1B't-1 I caynut conveniently leave Washington m) friend Capt. Kuberisuii of Au, iutn. cmtho nco- my
HII-JI < eu. $cot.; this time country cast of tho St. Julius expire suliject of lac.'* J
; at ; ro,1\'nrlmo tho they trooiaoj lou.rand ihort ivrhJa
ut, Gainr; "! fftlu.y.elf President, in writing, nu.ll! will chcertislly fJUCI.lion. rei. shall: bo mustered out pfservice, aud but ono J'trrir "'1 r',' how hi'banl-nby' sboaldyootak: ) SorP

rpnttramed once more to protest acnhist pond." ofmouotcd In haste, I remain sir with great so It is only n dranm."
nil 'laivltis mid. of occdure.It it company men received. Under Your obedient rupcct. lie resumed hi. composure; sat dow* to ,

'" Jlli tho circumstances in which our community. I WINFIF.I.D servant SCOTT. breakfast eat; silently with,his family and

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ho looked back and rmHI: UNDERSIGNED hereby gives notice AN ORDINANCE for prev.-ntin; accidents CITV ACCOUNTS. 1JL the said D ilk FI.i.hmsD. f.r debts dttt .0 ll.T ,
I Iefl his ,apartment I JL that be sill prcsrnttothe 1 llonorablo the this The St. wcounl with date of.tidassignment. and afUrtb* p" went
wifo gazing after Itira. lie init that tiny happen by fire, and fur salppressuHln City of Augastint, in
1 t- $ $. returned and bid hUwjffanaf.KoatJ I County Court of ha County of St. Johns nt the of null_ ,nc... TJiomu' Duu lu3t Trrasurtr.UK. of the same,the surplus amount.f the said pro- .

I nest term thcrool, the account and vouchers of Sec I Do it ordtined by the Mayor and At prrtyaifigneduaforesaH), .M to goto tkesnortg
farcnellrFarencir; laid (.ft myrbiUrcn. I 111.IdU1irtstratioaof the K:.tnte of Frincis I' derioctiofthe City of St. Augustine. Thit if ages aforesaid if any arootrat sboiU be

for I du believe I am called, hence Sanchezdecrasejsua'ethe hit ncttlemenl if ., ur what prcoinlitionsoev.O IS3G.Dor. due to tbta.

and shall never tee you again. I the senor for the .- retttcmnt of any.(, (ran portion and after the publication cx.ajo.! of this oldie f. rar cash pail Ambrose Cooper, The rollowinll.a.etl., iDGIld.d ia the

his wife endeavored tu iuiontii over the tho raid Court. JOHN, DUYSDALM.: luii+ c, hnl!tire any gun or < thor t Hfeirin, or City Cun'l. ho.! 20 00 raid mortgage, and'which art fietratject la the

nef nbieb preyed ujrou hi* niiud in:eonsoStirnri A'lm'r Eet.1'. P. Sanchez.January All all nia'1* or ctu.0 to 'be mttlc.or foil or ntlnr. :: Do. Jim: ** 4. lOtttd, printing' said aainnen10 wit ,

i f lie dreaiW 'Twould nit( .I). .. Itle. .1 Is37.CITV .. or .'ll'''' tu' exp ''D M. sale, nny qniHi.! rockflt or :'*"" uccuunt. I l&Kjti.l : 3151?a All tht1t' certain hol.IDd lot ofgronaJ,in did

In his work wl Mr. Oo)' nour' --- otti r Hit work. nr shall! ra.:. throw, nr 'sire nay City ofiSr. AngttsiiQe.bonruUd North and East
|II| wilt J.II.:1.: lit. for Blank llonk,. 25 Of :
'n. lie"Ai Mttenli a* a,i itl, 1.\11 1LIt.e ()l.'l' 1Cl!:. ) MI 1 !t.<. roki4; or oih r lir" terr4.. "itlllll: lu.re I 11'nncc to new jccuttnt, 4iK) Ui.fS'loj. by iita bet'uin+ to Ur.d.. Goatee annUl by a .
11' { It"ol1t UI.IItI.!. r..tfUl'li.,1 .i.l.ill littcaru lot the heirs of Antoob Mierf and
nut h! all" ST.VF.X : ; bflansHtg to
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I. Nit 1k nt'. I.-a I' .t 1. 01..1. i.q rrttt I f>fll vair wr*t by Charlotte street. And Also, all that
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,.in.'i.ilit rtiiM* .u I 11.1. ( ,1..;r1 17.: S hdttl'ay ,.f.I .".fafion; and ruiiitiu south ahiiilh of
arhfurv 1 .alittr1:=: ( -- i'ct.in ir -1 of land: situated in the county Mas*
tie, .1. .'f4.1 : sta. C"/tuth.: t'y'pe' <> NKH. uf lN. itbfT at low uMtff mark lo n iu Territory of HoriJa.in whet i.eal.
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I q" "buH' h ..ij 'Il to lour, i p..ins raq of thc Jt t41 11r.t'Ixutr J Lilly,+l Mech., IIalll t :"(I .Mrou| : ll', Black Swamp and bounded

"hl" ,"i..h" inr.lri: f,1Yrlit t ll<* III t I Il.lt. ,'"subtle.a'i': : } t ) r. ,'"... tir lire 41 Mart fi.ititilif-x r e'll., and front' tc'G.t H.:.:.. T. Hy ra+hi r"rh'cl r'f'ln du.{,'tit i'uh'rwir: ; ;l.-';inuirj at the pine marked W Y Al i
,1'.rait..I. We 1ml thr farl cuter.i $ t"'lIt"(: ',.'nr iiia ,r"f'k IMTI'I' lUll, old Suiii| .u > first. 'line run sonMi. thirty 'five d.greej east,
et"j ,
ty rcsLmou! tin Cit i/o/ .licit tin i J-ijnwr, Cl h*rk of ilitrki-t and
.i: v le..lu a g .it'pia-H nlui 1I.t'4i\'f..I'lh ICns ) f'lIlI.'nr* hiui' aiulirMit ih*>ii..' *v t tilmif ti.1| Tin CollMfer fa'Cpeitttul. an 12 ilea*uring one iniiMlred and Cftf four chains

(,..m Mr. SoiHKHir tssr*nlf. or'l* truthIh. St. Au u tirc. lh! !flIuwiug 5 M'Clioiw 1'iitit'u'lin.fif 'nttl:. >f |tl.l ,, olM| >' 3iniiitii, ui bout, nrntr.lo! 1.ItI. < tkof t'onn' ] tlv..lvtr linV. ; .,tuMiiiithrr pine, with the lime
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tt' rxriien put Itetc h th',,*t'''' I..ti, 0':-' n A
rn le III M"t. ;;wat ( Ui'ilt(' ict (.1 f t tho Lcgtsht |i tit).. .ilo."u .II.... h.- M.j./.t: | Ion film noi \- f tl.. .O 00 four d.- knees ea'% mca tiring one hundred aDd
.. r -,.U\'II. C..n "I phth pher Dec 'JO I;. Aiiior.i.iAUnreatoTrev
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.1. m i tivc. Council of llio ( ofi; i <" !. !tine tiv' d|<)|t.ir,. "i iiii'l'i| +i'iiin ct i.ot rktvfd* ,tiny rmrchoiiMJiid twelve links, bounding ot,
,.r di, .. ."%,.I..in .tlt' l'h..w..o'H.S .frMi Territory i ,rnJ I 'I| |ha "'11'1. 4'Jl XMJan.
I iti2ItM.-inn ; il'lhpail. c. 'iv II:u( a that I lurd. ('UI:.rrrly)or JJon Robert 3lcllardyr
,I/rata; ; hie ..eetitiutcut .f .Ienth? ; hx TlM'l.1iu Florida, until U'Il 1 "An Act rclat !!| r\\ Ito, tI! =h' or Il.t'\ "I..n! '*., Miihjcct Irvin .1 Linn Iii:.;. *. to a rr<*f, notrhcd pine; thence the third line
|n. Cferk
; ur tho tla'1 carattr.':bltol 11'1(:. 'rt fut. ; 1 or' wlnppin. ; lint (.\,rding' thirty uin h.!.*.. t l'hi'i,1'r'mafl., ., i mi north thirty five degree westone hundred
t titlfr to criins anal) .\I..t.II..I( !. M.. fi 33flu.
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but I fiiuUaU.:: f Nay .ionu f tuoan pher iu rx tnisilcinonii-j: I, nn,l hut uniivr.lnMccor person nn.'ervho>.* I sum fitly four chains, twelve liukx to a nine with
( 'line; I'm cracker id 0
iii" :Mr. Ctinuinahans; ,111 cl Urcii or*;." iniwcil 18lh Feb ilarv, 183, r"'titri.| AIM h strive or .l-ne* skull !If shoal) b.* lrtI eling! *,-- four notches; thence with the lands of Don Oo
h'e' fur Hni i tin' '.II.II'n"I l I-.lu bx n**' vt 1'.I in Miichcl the fourth line south
-'i' Id lie it* uir. iut l, < u latin ; run sixty
It I .t: ] I r"i< 10
v- will Ire rigidly: c)n!;.rcnl. and nil! .HHii-n.irv \Vn'I .rc lh Slivr!: .''r Ju.tiio of ] five degree vet, one hundred and fifty /ourtiriin
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H-eo.1 fit ttir I'.. ,r.., wh'l! .111111 tril"n t''U.lIiII..111.O+ Iii .. "IiUI. : } and twelve links to tho beginning, con-
i.th .qelo1ltothul frr li'iu 'HI niilij! oliiccr niul ii! | *
i : ; ]MTi: (1iP?: ,, .' .. I n I.TCC!! uuw acc'l.17th Jan Id37, 4!% 1W
.' ,.,':M't ',.t' t.<. l'nelrub tarn 1".ll11f,1 1 ntieNon' plii.i1 : ltc.itl..1 Ii'"'"r'rr lt.nl r" "hii.: t r.'ur -- taming by .1I11' 1, two thousand three hundredand

.1'II.; I .:I" t. .:'. ..f 1.t; i'ew Ja".lttIJin: h.jvlnf: n ,drsiro f) promote tile iMiit iiiii-d .!iaM! 1.0 mn+irii"d to i ii,iHifS'- itlltl. !ii.l'iiitt : ,. 1'1'I seventy five tern of land, be the same mole
'd I"lilr"'Ilr"I lit 'iVrrito.t-l 1 l111h1' :i t : Iwithinv I les .
,Lt" !n. .:., -ot''rrl'ar'I: :... '1..10111 Thii |pf'll'P.: wttl.aru-! it I surety! of iIi s : 1g! .ICI-\illHr..n.h1niugel.aim.t: | or +
or p'-rsnm'.ir. in ''h nlU"ulI; u i &Jl ud10.' All that certain of land
prTMiif 01.11 -t taw! '.".lIte ol he' ,lain \1 ft'lJ i. lid' met con
,10'. t 1uu It.'I'Iuly' : ;-n I Uo Teutieritectcdtn luri N" -'oi! il.J to wnilu( this .Mntor. I'url..r..hnrsi., firing, .'. 1'hilibuijiiuiird '
('d ji; rniiiy:;, i arc (! ) '! !' .ug' "'" are r.-q'Irs Semi in pfe*enl. tlifin tu the tainiiig oi.e thousand and seventy five acre, ait
u llntltar: mill tXj-r rcturOctober. "ilhI. Ilrr.try. or ilont" III lilt lt'gUull.fh l;;e burr ibcr iho 3l. I sate in trIO cninty of St. Johns, in be Territory
In bringing nil \ioat!: rs 1Iw.!! '01!; !! nu t.revu. to t January next.
I I.. j' iiiu-c on lair lint uf F lr luo 'Ir"y duly or otili;;iiiionSIT. \III'anuu. indebted tu the said K tate! arc, aNo aforesaid,at the place called JackVriahl'., near
trn.t part, Hiice thin !.rhlnuiug uf.this ..Ia'IUli. !I ar well as all others \' uJaturor:I! :. He it lurlher u1llinrd. llnliall be the requested lu make payment to the river St Johns and bounded north by Trout f

-.nation. .Mri.DuuiUon tins prc4drd at the I rsM-rii| : | duty of taut city mener Iu vnfuicoIIH DUI CII.LC CACON, Creek;tIOU Ibb1I'if'olala: Creek; east by lands ut

l'ic,i Sent'. ninntion; lad all who had: risitvdt I j I the laws relating to slaves) &Ct, to | *.Ilsrvi'tlee of chi* "rthu! ISCe. and he in here.by Kxeculor.CITYrOUiNCII.UOOM. : Ur.1.. Travel, or formerly' his lands;and nest

f nuthi>ri7d to apprehend auy.nJalt mirrors by said river.
know with what nnd 1)tlllslllllPllt.Stee. .
it. ongaging oteu'
uUI'
: oriv>i.vh''iuav be tllitt.y breach of All nhrh the aforesaid and ,
1 j premises
lids kilJcluetJ', she wclcottu-d the gut t. tu (;3. Be it further enacted property
:tlii ordinanri t\\ hit} ami taco them
II i ; prrs-nc.t ST. AuGU!TrE, rails Dec; li (L ) from the beginning of Hits notice were mortgaged
hl.p tnlide.. She was .rcal ocd not to That irnny'pf'rOll' having tho I li't'.t ::I | iof.r' the mi/piny ur or any Jiiftir of the Peace resoleed'l'hd: I ho 3lrslengerl>filio IJmid bo as aforesaid to steel ere the due payment of .

Marc! the affectionate farewell greetings; iwhirh it1\\ ; In hi df-nlt with n. hero H i iot proided.ST. authorized tu notify all >r.on* Ihainre now in certain debts due from the said Dirk Fletschmaiito .
pt
the country prepared to saluje iho. (,f a ;!la\: % shall surti-r ,, :t ;JSi* il furihf. r orduiii 'd, That the one this city retr iling spirituous lupinr* in a less uan- Ibo aforesaid petitioners, amounting In the t
cio.c iftht I'rcsideui's renidcuce at > Inlfofall .liiiH.iiri.iii-under, ibi ordinance shall whole together with lawful interest thereon
VaUympton liimor her to at lar r and lily than onquart, and ih wo who have and keep an
uiilibich, tubule its priyato'tI jo : In* I'litnt tit I'( ** .f&"l'o! iiionofihn lea I )or(sir tart* n Milliard Tubhor Nine fin Alley,to comply on t'l' the Vatla day or tfeplctnbcr, MM $13,370, '

,orial relatiuus, she was identified :lifrs.Donrlmn trade ns a 1r('(! 1 JUTMHI: such I jior-1' ptirpo-i; ol'fitrurfitij' it* olnw-rvaiiri-jaiidtlu'oih. or before ll. thirty tint day of the present month, 21.|IlNphs,
fir half Mhall; be placed tu tho credit uf ths The said Dirk Fie ischman resides oo .
poor with thu ] now
Urchu.llcuurthili entitled "An
wars seized with the liernorihageif offending shall he lined in I<, City: or*
fond.rantuil.I.f I. the limits of the of this Court
diiriiKo tu fH'iihio the mode ofi.issuing atrlfrraiitrti youd juttviktion ,
the $lung* at tier home in Tenneisc,:iluirt 5011Stun not exceeding ono Iinndrrit f f till 2J.1: 1)ec. aS::I LC. ; Licence for tin retailing spirituous viIIOIH i- that is to say, without the Territory of Florida
Iv bcfuro the period fizfd for return., Sho I I:. I n.) fiOI:I.U, Slayer.1'ioO'E ia
and other intuxic.itinn liquor within the Ci and a suit baa this day been brought the Superior
r.iliifd foj time und entertain dollars at the dicretion of't1it J lI- ,. l nOlirl. .
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a hopes! were l, Clerk.onthly IV of fit. Au usiinoiind for other *," pan ConrtforlhiDlSlricl, to be held in the

ni! uf her 11'(''cry, but n rt'I.ipir, iu thq early .1 ; *' d June s.IIi..ullhat\ by purpose default thereof City of$t. Augustine, and on the second Monday

(.art nf December hurried; ) 'lira to Iho jgfaiemi rye I/I ( rl"a the penalties provided in Raid ordinance shall be of March next, at the regular to m of the

tho lUili of the month. GYofo. Sec.Gi. lie it furlhfr uUJ1C1d. UI' A 1'lIlm force on the firlll tiny January ensuing.It said Court, application will be made on the part

'1'llatii'an' shnU i ive a1 I I SAtcrary Gazette i< further Ite.olvelilhat the abete resolution of the said petitioners for a judgment of foreclosure
person ;
I be pullinhed in thejFlorid.1 Herald. of the said mortgage,and such legal) proceedings
The trial of J"hu'ililm.*, the' tfculist.o ticket or license to a slave, who is tt' To 111. KNUTl.Ku: : ; A true copy of the minutes.UEItNAKDo, a* may be required to sell the said proper .

brfu the Circus, Court in Washington, hue under the control) or charge of .at .catfJ.i1.A2., SEGUr. Clerk. ty mortgaged, for the benefit of the mortgages.
'1'111. ofal.hur"rv IVnod.c.il. devoted) JOHN RODMAN
his mulled iu 'hit hcquittal.Tlir "+ mi ; ,

I another, without the ('UIIH'ut'uf fMirfl to li;hl and elfgant lilfratn.e, bus, \vebeh Superior Court for f the Districtof Alt/ far the Peliti De"

mnrri.-tcv lin,u"c uf ahakt peat e teas tho such control) vc, bvbii long foil in this COlllmUtI ly. Autuk Sept. 25th, J836 .
|,atr\! di.ro\'fn',1 l unions the archives if tholoiiviitoriul \person, having 1l ri'iiden-d u"CC"II.J1.: to all by its cheapness| East Florida.

i Court Worcester It is dated or charge, he or she shall he (lined of',(n. und uniiifiiiig Stud .ittMclive by M stndi ETITION TO POKKVLVSt: A MORT-
UtUI av }idtnci ,;f this al'ntr'trteneM of critical re G AUK.THOMAS .. JV! tlte. .
's th November, HWi, thus miking tiif' ago in a sum not exceeding one hun .f -- -- WEEKS after this
yuutch, or the deep learning philosophy. C. ROCKIIII.L, and' others particularly SIX date,we aball apply
but 18 at the limo u( his marriage.The : dred dollars and be imprisoned \voiild, via doudt not, be vnconn and sup.urte named in the petition. the Honorable the Judge of the County

*. ... It i i.f nnd<'r such an nnjirciiviuii, that we Court of Su Johns County for letters of Admin- .

Knglith papers say, "One of theleri"te" not exceeding six months at the ', beg irate l tu surer to the .public, unr proposals for versusDlatr Fl.EUCHMA nation on the Goods and Estate of Wa. II.

l matrimonial prizes of the day is discretion of the Jury. entering'1'hnaulAL intu Inc prudent." mall I.b..r.I therefore' with lieu TSJ-OTICF. IS IIKKIIUV: : HVRN. that conit Allen deceased, Esq.at late the of lima St.of Augustine hi. death of l.1idcoll which all l.
I
.11is Satille, tiitro to the present Duko of ; { I'nriiMly la ll'e" >>ct f the LcxHiativo i Conn* will
Sec. (55. Bo it further enacted, I! view, be exclusively conlined to such 'lI.hj..t'1I a* persona interested please to take notice f'.
1)urset This lady is said bo worth rilofiht 'territory, approved lltli December .
lo u will attract und the mi ination.. without I II TI1OS. DOUGLAS, f .
million slerhllle.humor That if any person shall buy I involving it in the engage labors of study,,r the fciisucs I-si. wntitl'd -'an act to regulate thn foreclosure JOS. 8. 8ANC11EZ. S

accept or receive from any slave of mental nppliration.) The alliiremciitu of !'u* of Moii" ;a;'+. bylheeourU of Common" lAW of St.Augustine. No,. 16th, J836. -

of ulrnsirs furgerirs.; A gentlaman etry shall not be no7lected.ubjrcts uf general I tin* 1'erruturvu0d fir other purposes| a petition r
any grain produce or in lICi""ru ..hull bj .ttiJ in nfthc plainml in the above cftn,. hat been duly
money
Mho arrived lure on Ioudl) evening Interest tre r pwnlar| in or
lilfd Clerk'Olllcc the
from Iluflalo '! of value without ticket style, and the latest aumi most ..it"luobl.'ork.* I hi? Superior 1011 rtlor An ORDINANCE providing for the
informs that about forty man thing a appointment
this diH' it t In be held in this city of tit. An
hall: receive nit early and impartial notice; while of a Treasurer for the of St.
!hall!been arrtttfd City Angus,
"bein
tuts of ..
upon a :; ; from tho >1lI.clilif.; in which s id petition, tint tenements
J au t master or owner or over interesting ;Tule, and "plea-iii I l.:*ii, shall tine.
'I Ill's I11 A n. t eNaaiv. I liufendant the
rip'auk thenaid to said
tnrRuilt 0alrtayrd; plain
combine their influence to store its with by Sec. I. Lett ordalatd tb
'srei'(31 1a pages a ly; Mayor and Jn.A
"/ ii'>tfi.iidliulf lolliirs. Our illrorf : :lt'ntatlttrhingtiirhsShlv ht TJjodalf
are iiLirlyiifucribedandMtrortli.
nantr ._. .. .
lut .r .c.i 1 nnd illti'restttlat111'1 render mea of the CilgofSt Ag>tiit Tlwt there
',1",1 I that amour tin |1'Oa.U n< arr.+ted ionic ( to dispose) of such thing uf'alu' I I it worthy the support; of thoe ivliu shuil tiwuut "flr'traft i i. it th. lids ClutiilHsr It:29 ant) bo appoint, annually by the said Mayor shall and
bithtrlu made luhto: to I rnrecl inur aA"r th. Up"eol set enyears 1
acre tho .
lIIu,1 ref|.ei1nhI *taij liite it with their patronage.A Aldermen. a Treasurer for the said
all tfTt' fcueli \ tho person !so buying, :u' I ul IMiior: will In ,i ed. and from the tfuth ricMt-mbur J : The city, who y
I'Urc, n* .trau.ls,.t captain. -I i tiii;' : ? cng i i. .illuw.- before entering upon the discharge or the duties
t..I.1 kcTi| ; coal rmhturt. &c, JThc ('(' )tirg, or receiving shall, on i i-ollaboraiorn of talent will add the a.Mitance of properly 1II'.lg8.d u crisis office, nhatl give bond in the penal ram .

flH.tI, hii.l! ciuod a etritttneiit their 'iiitiilnitiiiii' .. That creaiothn11se und lot ofsround lying and or one thousand dollars with CDe or more good
I I'.irulu than 'I.t ft lures i greater null at of1;:I conviction, he fined in a sum not i TtRMti. bring in the city sat':U. .\n;in>!ine in Hospital and sufficient surety or sureties, to be approved .

I .h11uu. JUJ. forgeries exceeding one* hundred dollars, 'Hit'oron will be '.'IMi..t..d! on tin fins i Ward iVuntinjj, "n I th' tiici. fomifrly I known aKnyal < by the said Mayor and Aldermen, conditioned

: I fir f'\.r)' slf'nth. and' will coiii!t ofiM pager)'. j i fiitvt, iiow cilM 1'liarloiie m'rrut bounded for the faithful, performance of those datie.t.tc. .

and:I.hnpnsomd 1 nut exceeding al 'eti%.. (makin; .iiiiuiallir a' volume of IW4 I I in front, olilhvu i, by soul III red, and in :. De HjHTlhn ordained.That all I

Butt f11:1. k /,,. .-Tlio Rc.l I iver I; three months at the discretion i of pair, : on :".1| palter, ai TWO OOl.LXUS the irat on the ea.t.b, a lot belofi-ina to the which have heretofore been collected or monnye which

Ci; ij-.Htw le| nrts th. drittli nf thi celebrated I A.\U 1'IFTY 1:. '': per iiniinni payable in I II {I lulu Daniel llulheri : on the north by a 'lot now may hereafter be collected for the use and bene

urior. |lie| t\a' drounrd in tho !Ued the Jury.E. I t I advance.f I or lali hd'ua! ; ufC tnJti.ni JIMJ Uooqnut.and. on fit of the said city.shall be pad over to the Treasurer
f, Thu hunk .lnlb! *> rommencedon lh. IM of Jit'. the south b> properly 'lately belonging to the thereof.
Bitter from hit canoe upsetting in rottjiii" JJ. GOULD, Mayor. {i i tin ry. I l-i:l7, fhunlda nillii-i.iitninnher of Subs, hears ur Clui..tubal| (Urn-o. and unto the property 3.

(runt treaty, probably iu the state of intoxi nF.icit.uI --- ,! 1:11414! warrant tin iiiiHfit.ikiiisIIUI.KI .fi e 'heir; of Samuel. ) C.ok.containing in frontor Sec. Hi'frt'erorJaiiuJ, That no money
cal 1 :**toI'1.:Ill OIGI.JL \. shall be drawn from the said
Treasury of
cation.Telrgraiih. city except
I t. fc IILI41U.C'ntl..ltm : re.ir, twenty =ii ni!h yaratal.) on each tide,
and the "Public in :*"eiicral of St. 4\1Ia- oa appropriations made the
by Mayor and
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I $. C. Nov. I I. le3ti.Xoticc .,'elitet'llaud a lullSp3iii: varas. '
Mr. It. I'orter line, nml its nciflihorhniMl.Mil. '. Aldermen' aforesaid : and that all orders for the
*<- car Proiidj.-iice .
has: rttahiUIied of AIHJI.TT.: fr fonroi! recently Also that lot of land and hon e thereon in the I payment of money by the said Treasurer, shall
lino
a Teleraphic" stations city of St. Angtuiine. in DarrackVllr.., bounded
be signed the said
I from Qnehec who ii his St. by mayor, and countersigned
Au-
,
on luutu IH
between
Unilua and Providence, b l y tv'Lich on the north, by the lot belonging to the late by the Clerk of the Hoard.Sec. t
intcllisfnro I bocoinmunieateil I Justine for the dvuefit ur hit health sod A \1.1.\ I'l'K.SO.NS: havius dcmandi na- Col. J. IHHV from:mif .I ; 011 y liarrackSt. 4. B*it f inker ordained That it shall be .
glare to the other in clear ucat''er, in less with a view tu locate himself as a 1 pUntrr, L jA. Uilbt llae "fr.oliiJKl.l.Ci.Aiii:, I on the cat by a lot lately belnnin* to Anthony the duty of said Treasurer to render an account

than two minute JMr. Porter U nbouj tueftpini propose! on hit arnv il, pvinh ttirtt gm'"I. dct-CH-cil, \vill present them uithont delay j I Proctor and on the wept by ( orge'. Street, quarterly' of all moneys which shall come into Ida I

the line 10 New ork-'hich when I oust Lecture, u* introductory to the forma Drill and demand uf wlmuoevcr iiatiirui I. niea.urin smith and sculls nineteen Tara and hands as Treasurer as aforesaid*

rut into operation, n'ill cuaUo hilt to cwnintinirnte lion of Classes in the f.1111\\in: branches of 1IJlIiabl clan fst-ilo uf said' dercilant nut cxhi f fuiihin I tw o feel,and east and wet. ;wenty nine rata, See.5. Do farther ordaUed, That the said

iutfli! a polUhed. and li'irral' ciltirntion. bncd ttvn years. as required, law, the MI J Route and lot. being at the date of Mid Treasurer shall be allowed' two and a half per \
ally :encc, public or private,
from New York .u Huston nut! receive;! nu 1st. Ilendin and the Art of Speaking ; will forever nfiorward lie barred. I deriuti mortgage, occupied. by the family ofGoarge An cent upon all moneys received by him.and two* t

IU""trio YO minutes. Quick liorkOF embnciu;; just Accent, 1'wpham: Pau.rs, DftnaiMl M=uiiiitt tbesaid e.tale, may in C"I.1. \ and a halrpor cent upon all sums disbursed by
H\OUI' : I ,\1." ,that certain tract or lot of ground in thecity him as a full compensation lor his services. '
this. 'ronetoll' the. must polite usa; ;e of i:ngli.hPruiiuuciution my "lta'U" fruits the city, bo filed uitb Mcskrsi. -
j in general. Douglas Ai Lew.JOliNM.. of tit. AU/I'liue.kuown by the name ef Passed December 5, 1836.

-. -. -- I I I "illy. Ki: gHh ( I. FONTANK. Southern, bounded on the writ, by Carlofci C. U. GOULD, Major.
niniiiar emhraciog
(il.1 : IL E .J0l1lt 411 ; a Street; on the north by a lot,called central lot;on Test BERNARDO SEGUI, Clerk.
lIo\"el'lIul practical application of tliuKulesofSyutux. Executor.
-- the east- by the water of. the li.ubor and on the / t
south by a mall alley or''aue,. :*.*Bring in (runt t

Ully. The Gestures of Kprrrh, ns nd.-ip- E2)JULIO)( $ XOTICni i i. hereby given, that on Carlutn street, seventy three feet, and in MarshaVs Sale.IN .

.1 ted, tu the Senate Pulpit, llnr or Hinge. MA"QX, widow of ThompxonMnj'in. depth, four hundred Dud filly fed, down to 'lot VIRTUE of decree .
.1I I I.ulli1'11 as ciiilemen. will be J lale ..r\\uu..I uo, dec., arid Joserii water IIID,k.f a or the Superior :
and to me directed, 1 will
I admitted to the I.rctures, gratis. I*. SMITH, will both or .itJf'r of them at iho f And else nil that rertain lot of,rl..uIII.1I1 Hos. public sale on the fourteenth day of expose February to

ItO:1'I' ST. rGrSTJNI;. ,, I 1)ttc.27th, H?:iG. cull of nu week of the from this date, apply to the ', I pital) ''ftl.l. city of rfl Auustibuuudrdutl the .I next, between the hours of 19 lad 1 o'clock cf .

ofsrJi.IlmJudge Joint County,. Court fur the County west in front.on Ch.irlotie: t"'11'1. on the south that day, in front of the Court House door in 1
fnrleiii.'i .r
'IJltrl-8tJII11ICrll. *
Superior crn aJmiiii..tratioii on ill by a lot and prr-mi-MM occupied ((1& thu date of thoniortga .
the or St
Art+ lu.Scb : I lUtato: of the mid '1'huII'mIa"ull.. City Augustine that certain tract $
:. ,) by \\iihum: l,'vinI&I.'n. on the north of undivided f' I
District Florida.IN oillndcuusistiug one half of
part a
Agues of
Siraicy, Savannah days.AN Inol. I. 8.\111'11. fur ''aimfeU
.-- And by a narrow rdur.\\'llIrtuellUJI"! : from proper tract ofone thounaud acre,lying and being intho
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CII.\SCIJtV.
AiN.N
: MASON.Estate tv, al Ihedato of tin* moils.i r ,. en'n' d and urcn of St. Johns aDd
UItUl.;,11Cliii the MeUui! ofjiniiiuiiitioii \' Marvin John 1'0' 1rd. .lylt: ;. county situated at a place 1
M. I'nntane.
prevent vs Franco
; : t gird by the niitl D'uU: t'.u: -bulUI: ; and 311 Lau ca'.ltd!! 3Ialallz. aul1e heed of the Northwester
lo sUve. fare <.and l mnlait .. I' (i. --- t I .
\I.\ Wallace
iifffriM ;u) li.'ttipinu. Sophii'all"r : east by Mala' iiftt r\cr. a
a'e'i.c.r'i Creek which said
or
!n(' II.IN..I.> .r.u : 4drii Truiic*** Delc"pinc. I aniline Uulcntiiuc, .Mn-
<- !. lie II. Cny "f ;\"r.li... ", That from i I.! Hull Dele-lull1., Henry Deltpint>, Ji.s..pit : of Ceo. &Moll, dec.fr And also, nil that lot of ground, in said city of and acre was granted by the Spanish govern I \

on i after the {MkNire of this ordinance, it ..h .11 U"tf"pillf". n....rhillo} I/ute!pitte. 31ury ifrin+. \ cutMBr.bcr-having been :iipoiiitnd; ad. dl. 4\i'gu"lino. bounded fronting: rant on St. 1U 1I1. to Martin lleiuanuez. and convoyed by !
nil Ins ."fta3lrrt any peIial ttha'eyet, al.t. Joint |>r.>! ditfl.' ArchibaldCJjfk.Michael J lit. anul-trtiir of' tho above rntite. liuruby t>ergo Street, ten Hjuuji' V.II:1-4.lrml i in depth the *'id grantee Martin Hernandc, to John T.

liar! luiin. ofiiid l.ly.l. sail| (ltr utl..r 'iw .""Jrll 'rmet!) :: r.1 t. ri.itili"ail: ; porMiiiriliu! |Ii \u cI.iiiiH urruifU it to furl t nix \'tits, bounded' on ram berth by the William, and conveyed by the said Williams tor :

!f' "i I *'. ontut '. /iw negio, car I..t ,11'1'1:1satN1:
.' ,I'' t 4i! ".i.I.! bail*, k-atj, or any oiii.-r Until that! nl! tlu 41(11)\( u8nt.J .'. .ndart. u'elt 1I.toliN :ij.,,?. .5'*'tis: .M ((nuns. \\M\\\ \ III St 1.I li*il.., Antttuiu i IS-"., ail by :t.
1 "'WI..t..a wl.ar./{ ,.11.*. out'k' I t. JI"tlf1' .ih'i. .i., .'.. Tekh' \,ill.I1I1uI.1I: Ai :'a.ttii.u., 'I tllft"! uhiuirc iltlthtcil In naid Nucl.awl"t: by tin: Ji"n.c undlot o/AtUuiiKi; i gsgd by the laid Haw lett, to Theodora Flotard
.! r.t.t..f :Jfit au.t.. r. 1'0 / for awl |Ire hundred and seventy four dollars and
:: .. r"'t'l".1 In *ut to n l.caiI.'J. -
i. tby .t'l i itwl ol ..n. ura, tin ; il Iltl u TinM. nl t r'< .ndau..t l 1111I1111 till rtlinu pri\m :t
Luc -y i
i II! ii. .. .., '1IUt. or ti Lisa at .tmhriu.I .\. D. \VOOD.iClUMJt tun 'ty one cent ; the above named undivided
:' UMre C71+. ur riNl .,..r.l, Uli. fir *BIN! %, '1..1.01; OI-MI.-I "-x'vil lit. 'Ibt'r'' iI' And 'iU tl, all) that lit I of croiind in.i.eaid city
u.- 'A' .;.. .,...,. ll"l, .. .\tag..t .1,1. 1 H'U.; t of.Si .\II-n'lin. bounded liU"v4tlIlho halfpartpfs/ iJ tract ornne thousand acres islet .
:I. tttlU.-'f V l 1.1.! iVI'jHU !I1.( < | liltl 1.14 as led
.,' i;., II i,. 'her it.J...... 'i 1..' .i; n". ..1 i' ..f tliM 'l'Vj"il.. .u. J 1Lu .!... !.II' 01.' a. I .on/ti b> an ul'cy, on tins north haya iut ur Iho debt l :on i.f twelve IIi satisfy hundred this said and Theodore Flotard nf .

!I' r- >4 d t.".h' refit \i....'" ttl'ttiil ul I It' j (,.. (' 1.. l. lil.tI''. -- < Ili jl't HI h III aI 6.t 'Ct' r) .UG: If C)Lein ES/I" 'hi tr.sal'.M.'iii'ii) ieradarratui. \.1",", ..f Ii. Iirrt.eciiuh .f 1111. ul./torlaar lea .. .. i si Ih'f heir of ..lndtca11/ .. in.l| ,the one cents ; together with nineteen
.. lhut: \a. ; ti. I I '.hn" : .n. : .1.' ar 16..1 fl i1 I o. nitric ALr.:N' rLO. w nn : on dollar lIdl''e''Il 'five centsrost
: -II", '4f.pd| :| i'hl) be ".la.rcc#: In u fin* iii+t 'x- '''\! ..i.i. l

    ," 1.11.:: l'n! i'fH"", oar 1.t.10 Iii'." Witt di.ll4r 1 to :.tlHIttticiti'tt.ofth." ur'lrr.an.: th it tiiu these lliM ij.iy.lt. ,.;. i4.H In I.....III hu friends and tliut.tlillli: in front, ca-l and \vp"', hit)' *ov t'tl .1 iid :

    t lit rerutr.I a.y iI'.,",-''It tII''t'I.II r>r.'r. thn Alii! lnliiiiti-ddi'fun' >iani a|'pHtir and inmtur thu Mraii;iT. fii.irally.. Shill la intrn.U lu havo il' half feet, and) iudvpth ruth.! auJ iiutih i rusty (Vet 1537. Deputy Marshal.JjnnsryCth ,

    ilfil.ti4cftym M JuiKt"fliu! "t'ac.t. nf-i* said (bill within freer liiontlH niter iho lira |II uibtic.itioii > "kept in thi* IH>I "lil.llt..nfufculryYIU.II.'rJ. more 01 Ie. 1 1I !

    ulna 'u -fin OIM- half tlJ| tu Mm uf Ihu City" alir'. iflhiN nrd"r olr-rv\i! >o thu rui I lull hu laI > i.4d| ti" fln-aji: a* lh MiiarUut; xvill po.Mtiy| allow: And) aUn, a certain tract oj land '!
    I '1' J "si'.halt'ia tlA'\ IIM ftf tlw ,t'tsfiu I Ar ktnfr"tfl-fi-,. Yin; 2iffiiiniii-iit.itiiin uri hclitvi i lobe fUticrlurtu con AN ORDINANCE to amend an ordinance, ere- :
    I.ininpt four' hundred and' lour .
    /f. .11' vM<'i .11 I 'II 1 'tie for eat vane, IUI..t 1'1 Alld it ,i- furtherurtered| that thistili'r! h., "Hijlliii'lltnl/ ran lir.fuuuil in Pluri la. and in the County ol1 m. Joliin.acres ilu- wing i the oilice. of City Constable, Passed 7th :

    A .< all| ro > ofiH! pM'eculia0, mid .h ill !.bed! ivwl in the |'l' ind. Ituiuld, Uj' lienllemenaiid l.aJi Famili 'J'eiinory Match isai.
    M* ire piihi oncw n < i ?M, or can alor-Sdiil.. on the I'sat.i.le: fi: til. (ii>or eii latch
    r c I. ; lie it ordained
    the Mayor
    r liable tu iuipri-o-iiiiioMt! tort uictsrilMi C pnUihel sit.lutl"tunelur rcuusevuliyatu last itirroniniod I ilcd.An by and Aldermen of "t
    in t! of M ;
    "t.' dtti t tIt4s now crusty 1.1.'I"'t&t} ; the iirst duo I this City of St. Augn.tineFbatso much of the :
    I
    riitmrrt'tiuiiufsaiJ Mayor or .1trst 4 utl... r.\CJ.I.I.j.NT: : ,IIOAT i. ready tu be north
    rnnitin chniin fro-u
    thirty east uiv a
    erond
    ftf. !:l. I Ixtrtl.l.ceriiherith, 2. hirct tu diiy of the hoarder in thu lluitue utid i action of the Ordinanrj. entitled "An '
    1' l11P licit fnr.hcr wibiMi-d tl.. e"I',01l..1. a jUldt i trro ; ffcund hiiit t if airy I JAMCdViUD; : JuJg I rr'Irt.'er, restriction
    ! (roc tt.,.., fit rIM MH Ut *. .IIIII tifil' to l1trpy'r Dr. !UI' "flrt&l" will triivc IHI p.iiiH tin f
    j s!tr i'a t. l liliy.' to a pone; 'li>iiri>" linn onililifty, Ci I
    s's'h >n tjble to bond in the ef
    i reflrirlp.artlk first Mfetionf t Ut A. 4\. M. JACI..OV, Clerk. that! trill 1tII"ur l comfott or nlVunl aniiiM'invni (to I ., give penal One
    i \ui.i. id mn-li "hI! line formed and bjun-
    '. ;o. 'ii ." ;:M .tf ... 'el.dm", slash. n.atutus. .- -. .. -- III. (m.rrdu,". II* 11.14 ,'niiil.ivrd; lit'* I h**.! olServant If.i l I"*uiy.aid 1'1"1 ; Thousand: Vollafl,be, and the same U hereby

    t. I' '...aieo..l'C1lt. a,1C whip j-. ). "f.1 x.1 Notice.dale / .i *. l.lUtMIUS %V U4\K.H; oftl' {iH 'i I I The air!' jl tciieniciii,. uultgagednsafure.i( the repealed; and hereafter before entsnnf upon,
    of his the
    '01 t list I discharge duties said officer
    I snrll
    ; ) nuns st lioCtJ UN L.il 'r her ruU "I 1 IX wrek. an" I J-'iftl' 1I1-111y"11I| lof 1 11./ llUllltV.* *..,rt! I. I' .uhjt-cltuii f previous a44i2iiniptil made in the
    bond
    .raillt enter Into petal sum of Two Hun
    '.. f'O.t. oruel..t..III."e'. imprUoaed soul nH ,. JIIJge tho "'.tort rouilof M. J..lm" % A f.OOl HT.\lU.la.: tnUlleelod wllh 1110 hI I site; saul IMik I'lel.hin.iii,dated' .I' lli October Bred Dollars conditioned for the faithful discharge

    1..ed.3Jd tarns rretildtl.old. Cuutnyfurliattll.ul':1t : l iattafiuuuu tin I.-* cataliii4inui'ut..flFllliea'L! Ittl.r., tt. his-If..I..e. iavi Floyd, dwarf: It. of the duties of his office.
    Jsta.137. txte of Jcnu U.Mieuxvoon, deco.JASIIdM.. ami .JIIJJ1Jel.S, jilllOIl.ViUuau II. Simmon and 'Ueo Uibbs

    .s ,,'.r.1. Itrort t:. U. GO1Lb. !ilsyorat : GOULD. PuruUhed to any Gtnttemra.Axjvtiine all or whoa, th.n resided in the city of St. An a. Ssati, Clerk E. 0 GOULD, Mayer. I IAUI'

    Cwrk. October I9tb, li%. / 's A'.". Iff. I IWL: gustine,intent fir the birutit of tbt eredticn >f
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    ORDINANCE relitin! to patrols for the or to issue hi*process forth with, lu the name: ofsaid AO 0RDiNANCItntogufatethe ruodc' ofgrant orderly or improper conduct :at or. within I Iplace the LIT OF
    AN *; and issuing licences forthe 'retailing of where he, she ball bare
    city directed as above ptovided. against ting or they : keep or LTE
    of St.
    Cky\\'benu.hi.Augustine.' and "expedient fait I every such delinquent requiring him tu appear spirituous vinous and other intoxicating liquors auch'liquora for ale or retail or such Billiardor REMAINING la
    be good necessary of the City of *L Angus- before the said A)ryes at such time as he shall within the City of St. Augustine and Nina Pin Ally,for public use,it shall be law. .'' 31st of Dec a I
    tine" the government eafety of the inhabitant thereof "thr designate, and shew! cause, if any be has or can for other purposes. fnl for the Mavoi and Aldermen of this city, 18 cab eb if sot taken oat in three momZl
    preservation or the public morals/and the prevention why afiae should not be assessed against Be it ordajnrd by the Mayor\ and Aldermen of upon due proof thereof,to take from every person seut to the General post
    offences aghast the public place." him and the retuin of the said commandant shall ho City of tit. Au usuuc1'hatitahall out be 01 penons bar, her or their license: Provider dead letters. 10ln .
    that a regular and efficient patrol be established sufficivntpnma writ evidence of suc.i deltn.queacl i I awful for any parson or persons, within theiuiits always, tbat".ucb persons shall have due *. a. i A. J.
    therein by the Major and Aldermen of aid city. : I 1 m of said city,in any wanner to sell orolh- of the charge made against him h suet, I E. !I. Alexander Alexander
    ,
    Wherefore it U hereby ordained by the aid See. 12. Be it further ordained That if the erwistf dispose of fur purposes of gain, any vinous and opportunity to answer the same. C. JjWm. -'
    r May or and Aldermen That every white male person'so appointed to command said: patrol, : spirituous, mall or other intoxicating Sec 1(1.( De it further ordained, Tbat all fines Anderson, U. Dilel,
    lah WtaokJhud city,over sixteen,and not ex ball neglect or refuse to perforvi all omn> u f lilt'dutiet liquors, to any persou or perrons witliiii assessed under this ordinance the collection of S. Marine Corps, Levi Jones,
    I ceeihu sixty tea n ora.e .hall be liable to do required of him by this act, he shall ou amviction the (limit of di., city of at. Augustine, in a lessquantity which .if uotolherwi specially! provided for B. n., U. 8. C-I
    ,
    patrol duty, therein I before the said Mayor, be fined in any than one quart, or to have or keep for j I I may collected in the same manner as U pro 'Sergt. Tbos. Brad-
    Soc.2. Be'further ordained That the mayor sum not leas than five dollars: nor moots than *' use, any billiard'1'able, Nine Pin Alley or oar vided for the collection of any fines this may be lee. S Moot.ilJo
    of said City shall cause every such while mile ttreatydotlue; and if any other member of said Cart Dray,or other Carriage furhiteurrowarsl, assessed under tbe first section of Una ordinance Dr. Isaac H. Bald Lietlt. John T.
    tekahiiaut to be'enrolled for such duty and that patrol (who shall have been notified in manner within the I limits of said City, without having. and all fines collected under this ordinance shall win, U. s..\. r
    sad major be authorized and required to cultetrot aforesaid) shall ueglect or refuseto 'perform all, first obtained License therefor from the Council l e paid into the city "reuur,. O Boate
    less than ten of the said while male inhabitant I or any part of the duties required of him by this of said city, and any person or persons offending wen Sorg.11.0.
    He itriutherordiraedTbat the
    Sec. II. tad
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    r to be detailed for each and ere" nitbt to feet or shall misbehave ,himself or disobey asunder y against the foregoing provision of this ordinance Prtdcrick Branner, M.Lieut. .
    perform patrol duty within the limits o lIid city. of the said commandant of the commandant shall, for each and eveiy such offence, ,, and I4lh sections of"anutdiuaaee'toprevide for Jr. U. 8. Marine Capt. Joba
    See..U. Be further ordained that the said of h..squad, he shall on conviction as a- forfeit nod pay to the use of said: City, twenty '' n ising revenue fur the use ol the City of St. Corps, 4thR. A I.
    and the collection
    mayor shall appoint some suitable penoa from foreaaid.be tilled ia any sum not less than two dollars,to be recovered by action of debt before Augustine thereof passed David Duchy' .Jo
    ! 9th
    tong th ose thus detailed to command the same dollars nor more than ten dollars: and fur the I the Mayor of the Cil1arorelaid. or any Justice +j i Parker Bones, U.B.A.
    4& &the time being who shall) be obeyed and res nonpayment of any such fine aud the costs uf! of the Peace therein and fur the uon-payment ordinances, coming within thepJ"iew: i;' Sergt. Thomas BriE.. B. Mason C
    / the defendant be taken and of such fine,the defendant or defendants i of this ordinance: be and the same are hereby ,
    peeled accordingly, and said Mayor shall!furnishmm prosecution may any may : doss II. Solomon
    and ordinance shall be in force from Comp'y
    with list of the men who compose bis patrol committed to prison until said tine and costs shall 1 Ue taken and committed to'jurisouuntillaaid fine repealed M'Katait
    at least twenty four hours before the time when be paid unless be shall be sooner discharged byorderofthesaid coats shall be paid or until ho, she* or they : and after its passage.PascdJuno 3d Artillery. Sergt. \Va. M$
    the said patrol shall be required to meet; who Mayor and Aldermen:or execution sshall be discharged by order of the said Mayor 23d: lli:l6. S ergi. David Bogf-i, Co B,U.8.7
    shall cause his men to be duly notified at least may be issued and the amount of the judgment and Aldermen-or execution may issue, and the F.WECDON, Mayor.ADVERTISEMENT. U.S.Marinecorpe George L. AiadW
    twelve hours befuro.& .aid time. levied and made of the goods and chattels amount of tiiejudgiucnt may be levied and wade Benjamia r'. Broil, Thomas Marua,
    Sec.4. Ue it further ordained, that the person of the defendant. Provided that where the penalty of the goods and chattel ol the defendant or -- C* D. C
    teas appointed command lAid patiol!,shall nave of whipping is by this presented against defendants,as iu o liter cases. John Cross, Sergt.
    power to keep the men under nil commandgoo i in any here, free negio, mulatto or oilier colored Sec. :.!. lie it further ordainedTbat: hereafter N Moses F. Carbarn, 2 ; T.!*
    1 d order,sod to cause them to demean the sentence may be commuted on thyment a no license shall be i issued to any person or persons SEVMTH VOLUME or THE aCK&aIOCK&a uao J J ; Camp I
    selves properly during their term of service themepa of a fine of not lea thanjtwo dollars nor ,for the retailing of any vinous spirituous, ames C.hi ae .
    flat it abau be bis duty to do to i and that be may more than twenty dollars, together with the malt, or other intoxicating liquors;in a tees'luan. AZIXE Sergt. Copea nee Corps,
    divide them into as many quads abe may deem cost prosecution.: And provided also, that city than one quart lit aforexuid, unless ho, she The January number of the KNICKERBOCKER. Robert Carlio. Pete MaIooeCegj
    expedient, and to appoint some member of each said.mayor shall not be entitled to any costs iu ur they beol ,;ooU moral character and shall OR NEW YORK SJO.THLY AbIlAIUI& commenced James Cunningham, D. j
    squad to command,the sums,who shall be obeyand I prosecutions commenced under this act but that IMV given bond with at leant two good and a new volume, and formed the twenty first number Cornp'j F.
    respected accordingly, and shall have power I all moth costs as be would .be entitled to charges sulHcient securities, tc be approved by tho said i sued under the supervision its present D. J.m..MaJ.C.
    i audits all be his duty,to preserve order amongst shall be taxed up in favor of tho said'city and Council,in lliu penal sum of 'five hundred dol-1 t proprietors and editors. lu the brief advertise Capt. J. Dimick, John MdAa
    the men under hit cowm'pd. and shall on(being paid into Treasury thereof. lars conditioned for the keeping of a decent j 1' uieutby which tbe new series was introduced Robert ,
    furnished with a list of his men,by the commandant bee. 13. Ue it further ordained.That any per and orderly house or shop and that the persau I tu the public it was observed that no exertions Isaac Duahaa 3Va.JletlrCl
    of the patrol give them the requisite notice tea liable to do patrol duty by virtue of this act, or persona keeping the rave shall be of good i gar expense would be spared to render the Magazine Untie .
    ef the time ormeetin,. may relieve himself therefrom by furnishing a aGe behavior and faithfully support aud observe Honorable to American Periodical Literature C.pt.Vm.. Dulany, Lieut. Beuj.Pool,
    Sec. 5. Do it farther ordained that the aaid able bodied substitute,but such person shall the ordinances of said City which ure now or ,and acceptable tu the.'public whose patrona E. 8. A.
    patrol shall, (aDIeu otherwise directed by the liable for any neglect or refusal cithitlub.tituto. may htreafter !bo of force therein during the was only .u far solicited ae it should seem Lieut. Alvin E..oa.Vm I.
    Hid Mayor and Aldermen.)meet at 8 o'clock P. to discharge aU or any of his duties, and for ev continuance of said License. I I 10 be entd.-&bat the assistance of some of Monsieur Wm. M. D. PnJ
    M. at the City Council room which dull be their cry disobedience of orders or act of disorderly Sec. & lie it further ordained. That when I I the ablest pens in the country had b+;secured Eldridge. R.
    head quarters, and where that portion cube .pa* conduct of such substitute, aa though he bimseli I any person or Jenunsslnll deairu to obtain n iu behalf the work and that as it was thereafter P.
    Capt.JohaJ.
    trol who may not for the time being be on active was guilty thereof and the said substitiie shall 1 license for tbe purpose last. aforesaid it shall be ( to tepend rather upon its merits, than upon !
    'I'. duty,shall remain during the night,and that said also be liable therefor to the same penalties as his necessary for 'him,her or them to address the i liequetit auouuceinents of the ftitnn excel* Roller Fizgerad. Edwd Ro"
    c. .
    patrol shall remain cold broad daylight lace Intuit to attain it .
    oa duty principal. City Council in writing naming the ,sonatas tow was was submitted
    -. on the next morning. Sec.14. Be it further ordained That tho laid which such person or persons;propose to give, j to its readers with the confident hope that i it O. Job Rilf.
    des G. Beit further ordained that the com M"or.may with the advice and consent of the and the location of the house or shop in"bicla | would prove deserving (the public favor. This Jas. Catchall, Sergt. JoD .
    mandant of the patrol shall on meeting,divide s aid Aldermen,for food coin sActca/ ,remit all or he, she, or they propose commence business, hope lias not been duappoitted. Up to the pie- Major. U. S. Ma- 8.
    the same as near, as may be convenient into two any part of said fines and penalties, or excuse under such license, and to accompany their up- rout uwurout the journal of the different States rice Corps Lieut.Wm.E.I
    equal: parties,one! of which shall be placed on ac* any person from the performance of patrol plication, whit a certificate of ut least six respecJ t'J in i the Union (to the number of more than six \ Warren U. Marines
    t tivo duty uuul one o'clock A. M., and the other duty or dispense with the patrol altogether if table white inhabitants of the neibborbood.ill'' hundred) aud that silent, but convincing sign, S. Garae. ,
    hall remain at said council J room subject to the the uiil'itaiy authorities shall take such measures which the said house or shop is situated that the a steady increase of patronage, have borne tesli Ary. Sert Georjt j jII.
    order of the commandant of said patrol, when aa iu their opinion to render it none person or persons thus applying for such license niony, that the labors of the many eminent writ Ce-sip. p.
    a 'they shall relieve the party on active duty esaary and that this ordinance ahall always is of one or cood moral character and that i in presented to the public through the medium Capt. J.me G.IIusJohn Smith,,
    who oa being relieved shall repair to receive a liberal construction but the first and their opinion the granting of such license will of this periodical have not been undervalued too S Mara. Kichd. Sjkit,
    aid room and remain there eubjectto the like order second sections thereof shall not be construedtu conduce to the comfort of that neighborhood. While therefore, the Publishers acknowledge I Dr. Gilbert 1.101. Art',

    ,oalildischarged Intbe morning, and it shall I extend to any person who rosy have been mustered I. And it shall not be lawful fur any person or persons with gratitude kindness with which their ex '!; Isaac C.ltadenoD. Joseph Spoetti,
    be tho daty of the officer, who shall be in com into the military.service of the United Stales who may obtain a license as aforesaid to ertions have been received they would take this John J. B. : ,
    stand at laid room to cause a light to be keptconstantly or of this Territory until he shall have been discharge retail any such vinous spirituous malt or other occasion to repeat that their eTorts will be unti% 1 Co. u"Jametlubbar T.I. .
    burning there' and to take charge of from auch service; I intoxicating liquors, (nor shall such license authorize ring and that in ratio with the enhancement oft
    and keep safely! any negroes, mulattoes, or other Sec 15. De it further ordained That all ordi-i him ot them to du '0)) i in any other house their abiiiy! through the liberality of the public !t Capt. Levi TRI
    1 colour persons,and all disorderly persons who norcotradparts ordinances,heretofore in force or shop than the ono thus ce.cribed.Without! th will bo their endeavors-without retard to labor j Dioieilearj. Co. (Marines.)
    way be arrested juid brought tbero by any of said in this city relating to patrols to patrol duty, conieut of tbe said Council endorsed upon sai etit uvcntu-to cater acceptably fur the various I I ,. \ Frncs Tun
    patrol. be and the same are hereby repealed aud tbat License, appetites of a wide National COlalUlllut,. The R aselacr llalse, y,
    Sec.7. Be it farther ordained that!said patrol this ordinance than be ilia force from and after i Sec.4. Bo it further ordained 'fhat.U !licenses snujoince is a brief plan of the work: Ita OHIOrAL I Stephen H. lerri. Mr*. II. M. T
    f4i&ll have power and they are hereby authorized pamee. F.WEEDON Mayor. shall signed ly tho said Slayer and attes* PAtfcRt will! ta so varied as to form a combination moo ', lad,
    where to enter into shall any' disorderly house, ".lIIlorboat) Paaaed, June 23d.1830PROSPECTUS" led by the Clerk of aaid Council and hall take ol the USEFUL.: with the EBTERTAIXIXO I 4tb An'V..
    have believe
    they to that
    reason
    slave dares any effect from the date thereof and continue in force and AGREEABLE.&. These will embrace the Tlipmas Hurst, &1.. Ezra 11.1
    or are harboured trafficked or dealt Beft.
    for six months then next ensuing and no lungeandtbo t Departments of USEFUL SCIENCE : ItaTa.u rise
    with whether same may be occupied by whitpersons o and POETRY, which Corps, ((31.riati)|
    deserve the
    or THE"JACKSONVILLE The
    license may name.
    or others and to aU ) person persons obtaining a William Hubb
    apprehend disorderly rset. Chrbtoph (;. W
    I COURIER:' te retail % malt, LaTE.AnloTICI..will comprise and
    who be found any spirituous, or oilier summary
    persons may therein and take themto \ Robert D. harden
    J liquors as aforesaid therefor the candid review of new works :trill such
    laid and them & GREGORY having parch 1llIlla1 sum e:*
    detain there
    cut be room taken before the said until they HASLAM establishment the uktotilU often d.JllaU.llcd for. license to keep and uJOe tract., when practicable, as uuy bo necessary ELIAS WALLEN. P. i!
    and that tho
    't commandant of(said patrol or mayor 01 the arresting Conner, oftbe late Proprietors, L. Cur/ier tic. a Uilliard table.or Mine I'mUey.. lieu I'e.n or to e',iiicu the justice oftbe ayeuwpauy ing cuts r S* :Ausnstiiie. Dec. 31.Sl1JCrnr .
    such slaves, person Co,, will continue said paper and issue tho next' persons obtaining shall pay the uui. ol' tv\- i.ij &.. n + The I.UITORS* TABLE will be devoted toN !
    ; slake or or disorderly (: rl.Soul
    t ? shall to the said personr number In two we ks, or sooner if practicable. dollars, and fur A l license to keep and IUHUIUU, .< familiar discussion of tuml .n.l g.i..rai ....I nuu art
    L next persons morning under report oath,the cause of Mayor their c,the The incubus which pressed so heavily upon i dray 01 any other carriage. aforesaid, the err,-including"*. Drama, 1 ere I me Artt tU..1 District of Florida
    turo and detention and it shall be the duty of P'thftestablirbmoat alto force it into an unnatural person or persons obtaiuin4 it, shall pay the sot u1br1'aEb.i; .hets design Iu wale the Mazin { IN
    Mayor to examine tho charges exhibited against deep of some months ntioa, is removed, and I of fire dollars, for the urn ol said city together I I agreeable tu the old and the young,-tu the nrdate Wm Marvin .. CIANCEUY.. Fn
    alt such dares or disorderly and the paper will appear under entirely new and' with a fee of to dollars, for the fiat uiQimoncd I and the gay-to all parties: in Ihllc--(a ."- "
    a to punish them.if wbit persons, pert ons by on a conviction fine we trust,most favorable auspices. license! ,and of ono dollar fur every other descriptiott 'ject fruits which, being tun urtizatu..they tai.d FrancDcleioiue.Urlerl'ia| .Sophm.\\.IIe. n. IWi
    not exceeding dollars each nor less than two Although forced,by the demands for a paper licenso' abovo provided for, to be paid to all aloof) to mingle tau v.iln.itie with the amii- \ tiUfa E ue Dtpil.
    dollars each or by Imprisonment not leis than from this Section,into the Editorial ranks, we I the Clerk of said Council DI compensation for'; lIalld to pursue tl.e tenor"f thi.tr way, with i I f Uele*!Dttlenpinc.pins, U.lry lldupine,3laryrte Uelerpitr I
    eater with will" and his trouble in preparing: 'came.el j ttueutaawiuureutotcurdal: feelings towards all'contemporaries. Jofpbine
    twelve norm than thirty six hours or to commit a "right hearty good hope ( .John CUk.
    or recognize them to appear before the SuperiorCourt our appearance i iu their corps will not be, sumo Hee. ,. Be it further oidained That if u y' The work will cun&aiu between ,|t Lazaru*. 1Jllat., Arcbibal.
    < at the next term thereof to answer said come to our brethren. person or persons so licensed to retail vinon_, EIGHTY auf ataxtr LARGE riGES, of. chau.d I Tmolh G
    dt&rle.and if slaves, free Dt'lfOCIud mulattoes, The interests of this distracted and bleeding spirituous, malt: or other intoxicating liquors KM beautiful tpr; per moiith.-making hruraluuei i iof I'rI'I'EUI 1 ,. named FROM def ndarts-rnSA
    or other coloured persons, to cause them to be portion of our Territory-the varied scenes aforesaid shall permit, any slave ur laves to upward of N thousand pager, at the end of the i I
    punished by whipping, not exceeding thirty nine whiebtrebeingtcted-thetragiepuwperfur,n lounge or remain in cr about his h'?r or their )car. And to* Proprietors bv'.iwo: they way t Henry Uelespme. reside witbootthe B< .
    '
    atripoi upon ha or her bare backhand any house ed-the untold wants and sufferings of our home premises,for the purpose of tipi'lin;, or to remain afely a Hi rin,that.n: regard t euiijr of execution judicMl side within Dwtnct the Eastern of Florida and that they I .
    where spiritous,vinous, or other intoxicating less,houseless citizens,demand that a PuMicPrell. f there fur any other purpose miles* Jaw ,I'I the KXICKCRBOCKKR: : AQAZi.iK\.ill not sober in |I Districtexnpttlo
    quota may be retailed or any other trading ol ,patronized and sustained by talented and I I'I fully employed slall.eil or give to micli slaves coosariunNith uysiwilatputlicauuuCureaga < but ll nlUed. WMI reside within the Unscdft
    of the
    traffic may be carried on, in which any slave shal responsible tea should be iu full operation at I I any such liquors or permit such slave or slaves | or domestic. It may hut be atuiu t., luentum cause out filed.-OallE.I Territory,and tha: the L i
    be found during the night season, without written Jacksonville place situated,not ou the borders to drink any such liquors in or about 'his, her.'i here.that in addition to many cunlributors whose slants 1 the I t
    authority from hill or her master mistress only, but within the theatre of savage war or their premises, the party tU offending shall I merit* are incontestable, Bid whoso, iaent4! are ,except saul the bt three named, W
    overseer or employer or in .bichanl slave or whore character is unparalleled in the 'annalseven ,j forfeit and pay: lot the use of said city the sum j honorable tu the country, this SI'Iazi..eIII: be answer first bill within two mon. .
    laves, free negroca or mnlatoes, or other colored of American border warfare. : of five dollars. and shall moreover bo liable to ; found before the close of I he seventh volume, pu publication of this order tt t
    persons,shallot any time be found loitering or in The power and character of our Enemy thu.. have his her or their licence revoked and a::y t contain articles from tin pens of Jame K.Paul-1 I said bill drena.ntlppa aid .
    .which any breach of the peace shall take place Seminoles,have it seems, been misunderstood lave or slaves so found remaining, 1'iuiiging, ,i! din,n' C. llryaut. the Kev. Timothy Flint, II. cation of-this t. !
    .. or whenever any white person or person or per and misjudged by all, from even the public! tippling or drinking, ai aforesaid way be wkr:r ,! W. l.asagtellowauthor of "Outre-S1a:,* Dr. &1. R' \ order, otherwise the a' i
    eons shall be found associating drinking or gam functionaries of our Governmeut down to the up.and(on conviction thereof; punished 1"by ) M, Uird, author of'L'alarar: ,'ete. Capt. F Marj j' \ttnpro AIM confute.
    feting with negroes, mulattoei or other colored humble corn planter on the skirts of their hunting whipping on his or her bare back not exceeding' r y art, author oC'Yrter Simple' 'Jaeo b Faithful.,' it is further ordered th tLU n
    persoua or where any betting or gambling for grounds-Unappreciated, tbeil prowess, thirty nine,trip... Provided however, that the 'Japhet search of a Father' etc U illiiui published -nc I week, in Fri 4.
    money, or any other thing, ahall take place, their skill their means of war-Hitherto overlooked punishment aforesaid may: be commuted on the Leggett author of Naval Stories.' E.L. Uulwer plblhed in St. Augustuiefor C
    either in the day time, or eight aeaton ,have been those impenetrable fastneses payment by the master owner employer or auUiorof'Pelluui."Devereux.; etc., Jaui wunt. 1J 1I I
    hall be deemed and taken to be a disorderly -(hate bulwark "not made with hands," overseer of such slave or slaves, of noels strut of I Percival Esq. \b illiam A. Duer. l.. L. D.. 'U.I December 7th. 183G.
    E house within the intent of this act and the license which nature baa every where in this part of money exceeding five dollars nor less than sident Columbia College, William I.. A JA1Et WEBB, 4t
    for keeping the...may for.itheroCaid causes Florida reared up,for tbeirpeculiar operationstheir one dollar each as said Mayor may deem reasonable ; Kev. Waller Col ton, author of'Ship and Shore,: i Copy
    be rnokecr and rendered entirely null and void defence and protection. The deeds which together with the costs of pros and any white person thus found apreciating drin the Seminoles have already done cainesudden Sec G. Be it itfurtGerorJined That iralll free I llutleiljUen.) II. L. V. U. holstein author of I t
    king betting or quarrelling with any negro mnlat ly open our startled scns\ like those red bolts negro mulatto, or other person of colour shall!' 'Tal .:rand,'' ecret Police of Napoleon, etc., ,| Estate of G o. S. Moll I'
    toot other colored 1 person who.!ball be deemed which,.leaping from aated clouds, break [ lounge in t>r about any house or shop where vi1nous i I Mrs. a:. H. SigourueyMis, Alary Anne THE subscriber having .f
    a disorderly pfcrson'within thelmeat cad milD'In uddenly in thunder open our beads. ,spirituous, malt or other intoxicating liquors : London Mrs ;Iktt, Miss Leslie Rev.urowDI.I of the above
    of this act and ahall be treated according)' A new campaign la( about to open. Such may bo let.iledu aforesaid,furtl.o Cotton,author of 4Four Years in notifies all persona who have al iiK iib
    dec. & Be ,it further ordained That it ahall arrangements and will be made that jute l tippling,or shall remain in or about such purposeof bou e j Doponte Mis 8.A l'hilip.JI". J. F. tibroeder present the same, within tim
    he the duty of the mayor on complaint made ligenceoftbe movements and operatious of our or shop for any other purpose unless lawfully( Miss L. 1-:. Landau, Henry !i. Schoolcraft tsq I law, to his agent Jaxcs a GoOD EsfiAngustine. I.
    3.
    before him or whene'er be may have reason to be army in Florida and ofihe doings of the Indiana i employed, he. she, or they shall be liable to arrest Tyrone Power Kev. Constantine C. Pise. Col and those wbo.
    liars that anT person or persona have violated i their visitations upon our settlements,nowthere and punishment by whipping, not exceed t' 31'J e..nel.lIon.lJ. U Bernard D Richards: a estate are also to pa. 1 I.
    any of the provision of the latter clause of the I will at the earliest dates, be found in the ng thirty nine stripe Provided however Esq. Kobert Morris Esq. Ur John Oarber. Pro him or to me at Mandarin. m.k. .
    Best preceding: section this act to issue his pro columns of our pa per. tbai!laid punishment may be commuted oath Ipa1mell' i tenor Elocution.: W. U. Charley, Liverpool August 1st. 1836. .
    can forthwlthiDthtnaDJI of the city of St. I The present Editor and Proprietors HASLAM of the couuctcd traiulatator or Korner. \V Fisher Ames, Fsq:
    Augustine directed to any constable in said city &Co. design to pursue an open, manly, and of money fur the party use of said city, not of such sum Philadelphia D Oerrien. .:''1. Geor. ..I'ru CITY COUNCIL K00>i Ifat
    requiring such person or persons to appear be dlcadldcoaner-.upportiDI the interests of our ten dollars less limn exceeding lessor L L. lJa PO'lt.V..J. Slants, author of ST. A uvna.&, Dee. 189& .
    two
    ' fore the mayor and aldermen at such tune : Government nor dollars as to said Rivers/. 1). Resorted the
    as the general and particularly tlie interests Guy Thatcher author of a '[tics* Tht Messenger eftaeauthorized
    flayer seem just and 1.
    aid mayor .! designate to chew cause why of our Territory and Citizens-giving fear with Alf may coa" proper together eta Jahy of the Aborigines of America' I notify all persons that'< .
    his her or their Icenee should not be revoked and lenlyA/'come weal or wo.;' praise where praise ofprosccution. I.. Knapp, Ur Samuel. Metcalf lion. amuel t this c 11eu spirituena i a .es I
    pronounced null and void and the said mayor Is tented and censure where censure i is ere r' Sec. 7. Be it further ordained.: That if any Hall: ,author or.Uorder 1'. ..,''Zkctche.! JUd'1 tity than one quart, and lao
    t ball alto issue aubpeonaa which may be no ved. Truth,our Cynosure, and justice shall person or persons shall be found lying in any West; etc..I'roregor Rafinrsque. Philadelphia ( a Uilliard Table or Nine t bn u
    cessary on btbaU'orl&idcit1 w&lbedOD behalf our Palinnrns be.ThtJacksQxtillt. street, lane,alley,or other public place in this Dr. Ituschelburgnr.utlut ofvTbree Years in ,' or bror the thirty first Pl All I
    of the defendant or defendants. Courier will be published City in a state intoxication, such person or the ('scale.' James IJoulgomerl.Eullnd. Noah of'pr 41tl.
    I
    Sec. a Der further ordained,That it shall weekly,and if the increase of our subscription persons shall be deemed a public nuisance and Webster LV..lubu lunian,J.GonU. Airs dinance Ordinanorti. Cileaha* '
    be the duty ofsald patrol and of each member list shall be found sufficient to meet the expense hall; be liable to be taken to the comm jn jail or., ed: ,ick.. author of'Allen Prescott.' etc.. Wil, ,?I Licences for UM tmi&\llnf. \. o'lrutia. i '. ll!
    -- --- --- -- -
    .
    j- thereof to arrest all slaves free negroes muJat the piper will be enlarged. resume other convenient and safe place:, until liauiDunlap, author of'History of ihe Arts of : uou and other intoxicating 1 1 *witty "
    toes aad other colored, persona who may I be Term*-FOUR DOLLARS per annum payable he,she or they shall become sober and shall Design in the United Stater' etc., Miss C. Al. of St.An a.dn..a for otivr tars.d
    found P. in the streets after the hour of Nine o'clock! in advance. If not paid till the end of the year morever if a white person be subject to a fine Sedgwick author ofRedwood, 'Hope Leslie. June 1 IRa that by de/yak t I*
    M withoi ..
    from of less
    tap. some white Five DOLLARS not than five dollars,and not the
    person will be charged. exceeding etc.. Dr. hush PhiUdelpeia,Mary Howilt, England penalties ordinaaet'pot
    duly authorised to give it and to take-IDem to O" The patrons of the paper while It was two' ty dollars or to imprisonment nO'I.' less than I. M'Lellan Jr Esq., Uoston. Rev W. in forms on the first dor of JIDa mi i
    thlarre.p ve homes owners employee or in the bands of the late proprietors are hereby one day,and exceeding five days; and if a 'l'. Drantler. Philadelphia lion. William H. It M further that t .dI
    t to detain the jn until the Rlolye t.b
    I them to the said next morning and report notified,-tbstt all debts due the Establisment are negro, mulatto, or other colored person whe- 8ci' ard. It"". Ojville Dewcw.Johh 1'. Kennedy : b published to l.rd trm
    Sec. 10. mayor. transferred to HASLAH& Co. to whom remittances titer bond or free be punished by whipping, not : Esq. author Horse Shoe Robinson,etc., Wil I, tue copy of the
    Be it .
    further ordained that it shall I be will be acceptable. in its |1051 than ten,and not exceeding thirty ninestripes. ; (liam E. Unrton DERNAUDO :
    the duty of the commandant of said Theral..r. new PhiladelphiaGeorge Lunt SEGu
    obey all such directions patrol to character will ba sent '; end Mass. Rev. H.J. Wbitebruse, D. D. Edwards i &i
    of aaid mayor aa may those who have paid Currier. Co.in Sec. 8. Ue it further ordained. Grenville Mt,
    i at any time be given him for the conduct advance Tbat ifany per. Gould Mellon Esq. Mrs Emma C. FLORIDA BEN .
    y of II
    patrol aotineontlatealwittl this raid for the second Volume,will receive the remaining senor person*shall be guilty of any unnecess Embury. Rev. E. S. Gaunet. boston. Rev. F. fa+
    law i in the Territory of Florida. or any other( numbers,be placed on our books as subscri err lulloing, whooping or making any unusual Beaselr* I D. L)..New. Jersey.James Drot.Era. ta JO.II.XD I at
    d! ee. 11. Beit further ordained That bin and credited the amount paid. noise riot or disturbance in any street Mesas Miss 11. .'. Gould te.. W Pea- EVERY SATURAY
    be the duty of tha commandant of the shall No eppreheaaMlUI Deed be entertained thai lane alley orotber public iilac in ,tail city body Charles West Thompson, Mrs. K. A. 01A

    make a report in writing.10 the 1&1411'101.patrol wit to b- stopper which have. of hitherto the paper and delays of issuing, each and every person so offending shall! on conviction Ware Enoe T. Throop Mrrtin, and many. other ITGO 01la
    I r in'nine boors after be shall have dismissed will muchiojured the Courier thereof Ifs while person l>. liable to a writers whose contributions to the quarterly Re .
    his be repeated. IHdLASl & CO. fine of not low than five vttws and other AT I
    eminent
    patrol"Mating therein tbe of nor more than twenty publications,have won AN
    name every member /eekfrantts FIVE DOLLARS PER
    who E. F.,August 20. 1836. dollars,or to imprisonment less deserved encomiums. '1 he
    shall have failed, neglected, 'or refused not than one or foregoing< facts, in AI" .f
    :. petformbudetyu required by this act,or wbo to more than. three days and if a negro: mulatto relation to tt Ab.azne. since it rim t. fATABLC y.' HAT YCay .I a
    hail have been guilty of any disobedience Notice. or other colored person, whether boid or free bands outs Prprietoh.are given
    disorderly conduct while under his command or 6iS:: IX.eeb after date I shall be punished by whip pine,not lesa then ten nor vain air boasting spirit, t show the course .'ADrttTISZMEttrs inserted atPerairuare .
    slating particularly what duty was neglected,or Judge cubs Count Conttof"i"' : more than thus ty nine la hc*. which is intended to be punned and the means 'I. for the fint I.' dabj

    refused to performed: ,and the misconduct or Count for letters otA inistrstioa on the .. Sec.0lie it further ordained that if any per. which are at command to effect the promise assumed ty Cent for each ..absqut&ICf ] -
    disobedience of which any member may have tale ofJiBV UfocawooD, deed. e. son or peisons w ithin tin; limit of this city,bav.ngobtlaiup.d. by the work.And so liberally commended advertisements i in proper fa
    liMa gaihy;tad itr4u.ll tithe call.r.11d May JAMES IL GOULD. ,ulwhu may, hereafter obtain a license by the public. one will be considered 1 lew &t
    N : Ot". tr 10000, 1.... to retail,iuuu.,. iritllou,, malt or oilier AddreVILEY & LONG. A discount made to these .I' 8I

    ,I i intoxicating! iquors, to beep a Milliard: table or Publisher, New York. by tho year. I

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