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 Material Information
Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1837
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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-- -- I (part period wns rather IUliro the Cornmi, ariat, cart -e thxn the 'lf)ihof J bens..ur rlstd at the result. Again : why. .

j, in pmting mo in nmtiou afar llio. uenLturh'5 '' i.fj than %\as nr.rrHnry for tho iu..rches anc', I .\(1"iI. when' nil the columns tvero near: I I not II .eke every ri,h'r pot tbrco biMhth, '"f. .

i j; ( lair IIf DriTmbcr :1111': "hidllre.I :i, operation, actually nudu Iltla!cr my orders, the Gulf of Mexico. corn iu hi. >>,i':MIe, an.. 1.t .td) Hii horre fur ..- .

iI I ceded nt \\' ;.\hin;''ull the! account.. of UnJtnhlutehuly '* but nhn Ih insiiniriuiitto cnaMo. ti* to scour Though; much ('m'mrta"sP',1' on the St.John's f ruts of .ijjht; d l iv-jf Il>'gulir cat airy imy .bnco a

I iI! futo on .ilio ildili. Xor shill: I I. the country south and! en: ..t of "' 'as Crcok.thtf nnd the march tu tho South) by th' "n'friin io ,lhi.. bm I "n.uu no .JM.,\ ,

I IIh.1I1! stop In discs the| la"'f.i..n. Why ,: ( everglades. even if tho I Inlenc-H, of thoHeasoti want of those. particular; hem of f.iod', ns ..r of i I4rsu ."i i". tii-it C4ii induce auy 1 ixiiirof .

I had not stronger mcninriItccn taken on thesirkJncss; of the elj 1 II I(0 in theseregions. the Court has shell I have tibia>'s been un-I I ",vubiutevr h itetrr uul>'- it .b.. under' tlfo a ,

I I the rvcfipt; of Clinch' warning md cilU: for '' AS early ns, the cud of April, nnd u illm.; to suppose that the chief of the I lIihti.rnll, of I pa'rioiir! iiitttirsr.tlius.iti tbtiiettimation

| reinforcements, I bc;innin in Junnary, 18.n: : \!,, other causes, which will be noticed, had not Cuiir.iissarial was in fault ; and am now.since lu .Ic rs.le iheuisrlves. I toad

f reiteratfil l Ocinbcrti, October 17,Jcceiiberi iuterpnsed, in surmountable obstacles.: : It hearing read, before this Court, his instructious the (proposaU. and although; I couunindtd at

&:'!':---: -. >. ))erclf ber 10, of the uino year. 1I |I ought.therefore, to have given me any pros* to the& agents of his Department I tho time corps of horse compiled! "",,tly of

OF THE UXlTttll STATKil PASSR ATTIIF. I Well, sir, tho eo'irt has ieeii that: I wprlmpthy nl'I pertof success 10113v0 been ordered) to I' l1) on the l subject yet mure uinvilling; tu impute I ?nllemciKu" ; << tu

TIVKJM T MHtRTIl CO! uni>S, I I at Augtistn, where I cum I eluted. my ( rid i several mocths earlier, and!' with ni: ,' httiini to him. His merits: nruacknuw. .r1)a I i

$Erns_nss:4staN.t'uhlit.N_ ,|.. call l l4 for voluutfiT or draughted men; tvu> I, of n much binge* term of service. 110 wtionow Il'II.y.' ; iho it hole army and I am free to i i !I.. that cfTcct, o* it c u.,}1) not bo enf..rc.*d.aMi.ir '. I II.

I ro-i-nniu from Hiiutli.. Cnndinn, tueoflu<,, '' directs .thonar in that quarter.i : h(*>fcvs: decbro that 1 have never kno\vn n better : ;:''fi I 11.| |i''g. i| in} ..elf'hrlt I woull tinuhat

',. 7. iud 111)011f foot; *hc unmn from (icor;:ia and p Ilie idvantages.. Ins hid iimn- ,time (.'r irl ( >.. man. ora more (iitlraill'ul.IJc$ servant. The I I uiofi'd I li ic'j.4ne of i.tlursI thrurmlui'ed t

AN ACT to oxKHi.t. fife .thits <>f ttItj. fort i>f :, one of foot (wu. Alii'unri.nt 7iti J() >"Mi j pt-rre I % piration l % n :.r.u..r sea i'iiforopeaii"usmor| ; ,failure, iu the purlieu! irs stated, wa*, however I 1 ill..** qiiantitv of corn to be su taken,

xetr Os$ .,,:win'llmitr I ment, making n I"ttl..r ;:117UO.{ A lino ,1 pirit r"'glllartrnupu1)dvc. ,Iuul< cr. uf.i'.'&gvrpciiod i. not the less cmbarraotin;. I Ifly urdi-r \u. '.:H, and. j if is in evidence
lie it tnitflttl Ity tot, pewit- pI UH ahioail 'Ill tio! .o iscitc: *. and. teat: cxertioti urser'e I
?: Well, fcir, the army, early in 'April was ill it ciiusidoraUy' IC |
Ilrprtttnttitie f'rf L'jii.W Stntt\trj'Awt-\ I iandi* in to jt.uuta. Yvt for ,... =! sa jjhjU{ !! frft\WMS 4N
(1l tipdy! | In respect! to volunteer\ ninety davs. in civ* iit, for the moment. t\! j ln'" > <:u *t "
That from mid = I ... ._ ,. .. ..... Col.LiiJay compelled {ioroAnd 1"/+ CuurttiillrenJlly. conceive
ricer in rffire; < ast-mA/, from" nt+la.3' uiriioidit; i ausii-\\\\n\\ j ja* tin. : j 11. -: 41 Ytvift < luavimmy unu M* mumi njifiiiTjimpa J
lifter tho*p4**u.if. lilts a.l ihr J..rtt .-f ::.tvHrle. 1 meiHo tItlt'h; to nn travcr.eil. and othersuhich : is strongly; I iu suppor uf .'hal I urn, Hay to seek supplies. Tbo: Court I tlMt tin trau", .porlionufhi} intu tho inteiiur

..n' shall extend. mi the river fl.CIn, llio i I hill mn slop I to cnlmcr:rte, but not.nno I on this, point.t iris seen what orders | bad given tu the Assistant for the consumption of e\cu two days was .

lower In the tipper corporate limit of the of whirji ('.,n bi. charged. to me-insteadof : : t 2.! The uncrjKchJ: Intrusion of Gen. Gttinei.; Commissary at New Orleans, in respect t Is holly out of iho question with marchingtro '

i inuniripalitirs. t
I JAMIS K. POLK' ( curly as llio'llUih! February i )', a< 11,1)1 1 or both in I..int|> of time and importmce. ted and the small) quantity of hard bread weg; ht. '

uf the House of Representative* fiinally flattrrJ myself that: I misht, I *r- Nosy, although I considered .myself intreogtti aud bacon found there and that that little 1 From the foregoing circumstances. it resulted
Fpeaker
iced iu ,Florida' on ttioS::d.iiuich in advance on the St. John's. and at St. woulduot hat ebeencqualio three or'/ourmar: :t that nil surviving horses armed at
nimftN$
11.4N\ cf: three fifths uf these troop. Only tho foot Augusiiup, to rummciieo forts,rd move che, of the anny.if Colonel LiniUay bad not I I Tampa in n bad comlith.n. 1)r! returned to

Vice President of tho United Slntfi. (,rfouih Carolina{! and even companies of mrnts as early as the lUili of .Uorch, the brought with bun a small quantity. from Mo the nirrih. of Florida iu h worso as is at onrnby

nod President IIf tho Senate. i Georgia had: ) preceded me.Tho Court will please rememberdat ,my gene bile.On tho erideri .

A vnl 13th Jan. 1837, (Jeorain horvo began to arrive about rallla of operations was tu move nttho this point, tho testimony of Lieutenant .7. lloadJl and BriJgts.
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pj.ro. I till* end of the month, the three companies! : Morris, the then CommissarY: at'l'anra/j is, -
,\SUI'tEJ.CKSOS.' $41110 time, as nearly ns practicable: from The only road t within the theatre of our operations
before mentioned rust nnoilirr" on the lUili than that of G.' Kustis:
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.. I Fort Drane, Voluria and Tampa; upon' the more explicit even was that midi by Government.
March!\ under Captain Neltou who had and Colonel Lindsay. And the reason why
great body of the enemy suited to be about necting' Fort King und Tampa Day. This .
PF.IT.NCIS OF MAJ. GUN. HpOTC.nrporledfor ) march from the north subsistence! hid not
made an unparalleled the core \Vithlacoochee ; to march; more of those items of road was very partially followed by all thn
iht AVif. /"ttl.l', rest comer of Georgia. I might, in mynarrative been shown in evidence. The then Com
iu person with, Clinch, and to give mtruc- columns under my command. Its three
MIUTAUY COURT. OF INQUIRY.FltEDtRICK to have stated that; this line com musary at the place was duly summoned toappear .
lions tu Eustis and Ludsey, so far to deviate bridges were destroyed by the enemy at the .. ..
(Mil ) Jan. :!U.18\ =J7. I rallY joined at CJarryN (err ', and added from that approximation of the thrco columns here.and l has nut arrived. Mr. Lucke commencement of hostilities All the other .

PrctcntMHjr '..en. Macnmh t, President.! 1 i i iihoul 70 men to Col.'Hankhoad'. little col* as tu pur.ue any convidcnlde body of, stated in his testimony, that the difference routes were opened by the columns as they

Uri.,;;. tn.Srkilrou.. $.**'dales. umu, which set out with mo for ruts Dgasic the enemy, ur any ctnsideraMaAfresh trail in weight, owiug to the brine and wood lit"- 1 marched l ami the streams roughly bridged at
? lira.!* The same day Cut Cinodnin's fine' regiment i to the preservation in warm weather r
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that might bo discovered Hearing of (den,. cessary .the time tine. These labors were difficult
S. Judge -Advocate. of South Carolina mounted 11 reached of pork, is fifty one :r-rrntucn against:
Cap' Cooper, Games intrusion, and seeing that a consequent I and incessant ns sure, I." supposed, and his
Continued.Thi ; St. Augnsiino over a long: road thro delay was inevitable, 1 called back a the latter iu fnvor of bacon. -/ r.ls difference! !been shown iu the! testimony Bustif, Liud-!

in the report frominnnory "nun and mud. nnd. like NeUon's cum ant)', detachment! already in march '0 jpm Clinch is known tu must matching o1lj"crs. and that say, and Thrustou.ti. .

statement. givnt t'pout tout, and uithnuta uiurmu". Tho and the latter caused be between the ration of eighteen ounces uf /ra / aurillarg. Indian .
taiucd; i i Ity the thiongh LintUay tu ; of an farce.Tlu ,
been : I
fully
n I I CliitoJm.; find bread is evident"
to
Alabama( under flour and twelve of hard ,
... uf Green before this court'I regimen:; advised of that delay, leat he should make I I Court hart ssen hy my order No. 13: S
Capt.
te 5motiy battalion of Floridians, nrriv.It'd been '. then, >.two
.Major Read's IIU.he\\mld. hate o ligid
uddition! ; : the Ctipt would an isolated movement.: Aud General Clinch, 'I (.Match J4.) that 1 called! for 500 frirndly
tt i ith important ascended) tho river:, hare proiiM I at Tampa" H iv, with Colonel) Llndtay, i h is testified that n forward nioienu-nt could tvurvncarly two thirds of our wholesulfsisteuec 'I Creek ....Jilin.. ti' h.! commanded by Gen.Woodward. .
pr.! itd" v hi re between the 1st111.1' the IDih. cf March. (ItIMS in tho heavier arlicle.,,, as the same
I In,1 I not have been made, from Fort Drane, iar- Major Wntson. nnd 3Iaj.I"lour-
IIIhnc.
% iIP nrfs \ first have been summoned
Mr.J're.iilcnt I to a 'l.'i. 1"111)1 lies than the 2GIh of March (the day on nItrerhe two
hud bitchcaptured
thj4t'onrl.C.1)eratClinchrritlied, .'J) am for by me nnd that it w<'nt to Tampa i which ho actually muted) fur the reasons : 'here, on this anti another important point
I Hay without my IU1U" Icclo.HI: the time and the which had or dcs'roj-ed ; am1 even this wan! : but have tint arrived. The third fell
i fHtia'tirt that! the! movement of :M j.f.HdU i ': l I... To give time for troops. early
against wishes; mid that the .I'culuillat- not the only evil Consequent upon that uc
my in the Creek Col.' Gad dcn's
tom".I.hr..h 'Florida I l (lid I Hotnmrriilty been shut up in Camp Izard with General : war. deposi
C.i.lr. tiibonof (iCorgi. foot "nl. in acroi dance ccssity *s will be presently sceu.
I dUlllh.n".lho of such force aad.
aflVct the operation uf;, Major I Gaiucs. to recruittheiniclvo, ami. the 2d. I importance ; _
I I with my request never furnished.' Finally.six wI'.. enable Ihe Inst train of wagons sent torcturr 5.-Heat oftht climat(-bailnt$3 oftcaterticklint my successors in}"Florid 'have hailjisJic&>. --- ,
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(; Scott.Sir .
in ; instead of four to mike ... .
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excellent I' cainpnnie up ( I.'erryhh the subsis $$ ault : .4'u
.e.fitu ,
sJt 1)s ,
most rum Garry's !
;; rntAraint I Ifl':, atanJln an
nn on s
for the ilefrction of the first two, of Georgiah'iric l... t 1)r t
1 ,
I do and I mnsura lell"e.wI'bt' answer tu tho second question From the la \"t'R-nr in i'1 1\I.rl. I hrlneoathe'
.unii'l a-il, ritizrn thnt enF\cef.1 ,, hy me In
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mm I arrived) ferry, via Middle ,. mnjor"uune,1
nt Carey .... uff "" uribe two
ihi whole. n-grets his retirementtn I I put to Captain : hirustuuhnwr.murA! n | alouc.' (Testimonyof 1. :tluat'.lctttrtom dated)
arm Florida and Fort Drane, aln-ut the lOb, ufpril _. uiarchet, from ibis' cause I liil1l1.eo Gov.
..h.illir.*. Hi; opinion i i I. always entitled't the .\ whiUt I was at Tauinn! 'ra."rc1' .-- .- j f;: ,1 m1.: tune fi" 10&jFfi! Clinch Eustis, Lindsay mid Thiutlon, at' M latch: 7 and general' Cliach's; notes of
nud hence, mail Iy Irraard4b I Drano of his Expedition up Wo.uUard is too
>:re"t weight, InI"r.hatr'r.nf.l Col. Smith's report utrodurtjou., CSeneral
urertlhrlthltl (: J\w... .I i.-:'*- : : I btbin". nn' (,rnorsd iUIIIead uC so bad still. M .eoltth..ir ,. bulb a' commander\
; tell uur" I .. thendvite .f Major ? Ss base or.ed Peas! Creek.) The troops lii-lily distinguished
mlUn11 fll.
,U chargc: } -- arrival word
seared \"It I \ l bo nt Pic.. I was to front tho nun Ituiian4. to re ro n
,youriicn'sandmiauteoo
vcr \ clothing
'left, ,1 I ur then happened : the' winter ,f. and Jigaiust .
lnrombtan tuuriu "
remtm."f I 'n >; New Or. bo 4
bo = from itwill seen
I employunntr : her and
was Tampa ;
; II. Ind I the ,1t. of Butlers goods nt ..f u 1.1 in slits $III ;

hunt.:1:I ui liy the fourl.erMrirt} to me Mr.IVt, ,| .|. 1'lt'lAU: the volnntrcrt called\ I forme wrremiM. I., \'''Inr,"Si r1 S... Julia's and' Vntot*, l..ilUl.IU' lon l- leans Ibo sinkhules or Iwnds,1)u te whkh, rely; butts1)eu for ilia ho agents" (htjt1r Iingan that a) letter ho thoubt to ml",
; \ month I, .I as had generally of ['e'lrunr.f''
i ic moreover. for only three I' and burses ''I'e' ht
It l service ;IaI -fh I .latcd
tspr1)lnnndrd t
into.
further I Ildny. ,
qnrttioji. trrr. ) .t1 this uf them, dried up .. 11000"arbe -
frnmlhe r-.lv to anollijT 1 fed, reeetved I aaht"c.1 many i:1 len ,rays;ral1e l'!Ie:
now
lent, iii" t'urt Iha' ..n Ih.n, r" ntfi".C'rf.t : coding! : i.. the instruneMon that I ty WAS has Bern thal it has i1yiutrnen water were water still teen'.1.' |.lrt-. ruu"" .. ___ th ......ch In, .,gja" fmrj r
l t iy .. the .ni.ml' ttie\'nr Uepartnirnt: ? cud I. suppnse Ct'nrl tun' .,... .,...".. the und iu tho others the and' r tors, a m -
,:with my operation. : by it Unite.1 C tatittits' I lm....- nn lino,1)u the Jth ".t ,.March. v.U being filled with vegetable" matter auD.rant of guide.
inticll r1)entral ct she Iorl, if sides
mind 1.1 Cttaenrrcl Clinch. teas tun-the narrniive I Iho I'r..il\"t' require be .rrvir..s of militia bYJrrrlllhtim right::; Win Ity trfiopdrnnit from fntfsllcu the Buck nnimatculic. (Tcslimouy uf Clinch, Eustis, Kuilis and Lindsay, n, shown by testimony t
nntlwril had of distress eoubl I
)
"r end
nnlntnt, \ detnthmeut these causes guides,
at the rcriocl. Games &c.) ,Add to had competent
oC the tIrIrct, ; fur u longer ( ell. Thrustou! anti' ham tau rather
hall" s n rrtrutty gitcn toni I If "l"rn1.CC$1 Ihltt I seats lint in rort" tn Fort Drane and disease ; the swamps 4 obtain uoue. Clinch'* column way
him ""Y I'ln 11'nr "f'I'l\r.mfl"I punt It bars and ffirient osu'rnillul, means of trantpoilatton.Tbis traversed ; the deficiency { in this respect yet ho
I4r slmwn hr jnc11 r Insufficient mocks which were less harp provided
In ;1 Y
$ l l nc rotnttrrnreiiiihI
the titn" turn I had tern I. true tot if Ii't.. try'cat r.! \ earlier than the 10th of March, and' 1'y tide t\\ cause of failure! in my operations has in bacon, to \\bib t*'e volunteers home bad, very andthe had' not'a guide w hu knew any thing labyrinth of tho .
,
Flurhla. It owing t" thodiffereot i (fully I accustomed at the Curt a Crtiin
T ordrrr.I tn nn.1. Me t"P j jRllmnnili" he mas of voluntepr, notircd.' hem prcrty generally been Intricacies.1f ;
Calls'' rllr troops ins) 'I'Ilit's,"rln."Jr....'rdl I date periodof ninval' ot the Mcral' like he de ..lid "i the farmer pare: <,f this$1)wliar necessity all were uudcr the greater part held' from the 'knowledge'; of the whi'e man interdicted I
% unleavened
l ,." 0" ihr IIItlltr received" bnU.life n'. !, of rcnde7.o' and' consequent aeIcntancesbv i' fully I shall, therefore, only! remark. of the timo when iu march, tn eat half as the sacred :groves uf the Druids In acre short: .
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or '
1 1. by the Rrminn''his. hall. .n.hion Ih$4 aJII ;rn=:in"Dr :: ;I muster, 'had only' nhnuiCOdays' \ in this I"Ir", that tho 18C1111 uf lih\ll Iraili.purlntilltl dou?!partially, fried and with it 1 pork will astuu'nhno tu all but the initiated.Florida were, to the
'tJ1irienl. fires, of :
inn
due to nearly
trutinn ',urcc' upon the 1 'n arrve. Tbiswastho tame would have beets nearly 'baked before camp: that we all the tlifiiicuh parts Govern
\\ ini"btart rr b"o the W|t. of combined opcrati ns.requinns the hh.t"Un the hltrLli.m "r (;cllcrillUaiut" one to learn from the lostimouy hole army one terra incognito.
ruling\ idea. \ : ;; 'and men.w information
this Worn ofiiccro
hurler "Irvicet bolns' if none had n longertime ; could have Ule.I) the Uchln't ; many ndividnals, I me nu topographical;
country. but the ,jrn I Ii !fl$ rror : of the w ; j if we had very morch.rhe only incut gnvo booksellers*
r.L nets conW' ,flt'1101bins \Vhil.t that ,..n" illrriP: and nil had been from ?butte, uk. for about seventy 11)1)51)1 supplies (1)ai ( ho could neither ride nor for I nor had; any tu give; ami the with

,r Ih" \\'flr uith slight' differences equally Ions tn Ito) "I' tu thin 2.1) uf llarrhI ; I resource: \vns tu crowd them iu wagons, mips only afforded' outlines, filled up
eXI.crieal
I behind
hilll

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or the '.,Inn- Ihu urtof cuuld leave no unu .
thr..no "ithuut w o
nn the llutlet luitlhw nmvemfnts0of and that IbulO means a,'e1) iu n sat age country unlucky guesses.IU.se& active onerationt.,.
nnJ' minor tau excite a:smile to their 1'rrjiidicr. The. ; Orkh"aba..uuJd have h+'cnsulleicuby \ limited 'm for
oat of nr. leers the St. JolinX. I the i"tru"iou. 'l'hu noofboth and Grai,. proceeding causes, and deducting; I
Indians ) !I del:,v i in their arrival on I she 12h. but for that G. Forage : From ; the
,
Jlttli Tampa
Uhl, lasl: : | ,tnul wns unavoidable. and there WMr I i\ ur rClltiari, ; Ibo s1)sitesrco! Jruu: umthur,1111111u' tbo St. John's the time unav..i,ta''>ly ,lost at

"ut In r len greater. May!: in the in the n""rundl, | _.I (euiay"'ort Ur."o II)' Gcut'rul /Ninc.uf Ir' At St. AU at Yuu! .i.i; there colums of Clinch and I'mti were actuallyin .
Depot
I n : (rum this \ and' Yolus'n' :
: as
u. D.MIIO
G..rn' s'hirh .1. ellll''Ic.. ns high tip Fi inn nr wcrciiricred .. ea I Ividuifor EustisI boyund
.ice ..... ifthreo companieiof tegulars n largertit1rc : f orco rani .0- witluus fr,.. General- the field, .,..
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utterM n. -- rtgutlld ,
i' 1UI
General tilll.- s Baltimore in thn drnll1l articles ur sub! i" tcuCefty U" :; u .
luck at : ann tsrutytltu'l'ho
about
embark' at nrtiu
hiuu
.0 nlrt-nclv IlIt'tan..a' .' only
"r facts to of : I.icut
trans.
bmlr' Cjfaich and Thrus
thcri'I
; u"n, "II'J" both
ihP "rfnt in tho I h.J early my of
IhQic
Of', the Ihan buds cum tetiimuy.
OrUlt I and with mercury httllvit"r ; hf
tht"" ollini..n, "C 1s Itnq"f4' hNett I (J, winter Thistattitlion ; 1errcentuns .ht :; vInuah, eta ullaut I"I'I'IY' could not have put the right; .
and I. 1
'. degrees belotv 7.rrn. call fur. \bush from lfrfierru- shows that
several
her .osntve I
,iiitt : ton
nni 'pertn\ tnometfr and apecifically "m'' there n as "u For irue.artier
rn the Chesapeakr ; tr11u 111111 hn), fn m
)U 'Ices in''Ji".ut'1') ito on eIlUle.1 our \\\gnn in operation
nn the, ; delayed by Oriano.t TuUlI'e wing
was and lsaurpa I
"r Cnloii, ,1, n"ah.I'I'' t and Julm'. f.1rPge ruuull art ,I of hu h.) and Kuttis,
avtcwurktle. its tUi
the dl"op.i'inn nit!. I knun oat how mnnny week, tb" bursts tnllu I t") of c orn und I than I did (the
mnrcb.1 u\"erluoIClI, 1t"HI&Jallcu
chief or mT staff nho I"If' 'If G..nr.rnll'Gain. 11Cnera' finally reached' t'icolcta on ihotith( of :March.With a1h'' ImtuY' tube broken dunu. 'rhe I 0 lignin fuuII.I smaUquautity nn of unl". ran 'Ul..1 1 I with tho left wins, cr,.,*cd: tho :St: John at

Clinch In the lurrnr I gen* \ ir', remember as
4 .1" nn' oil .the lihits of tlioqnnrtermastcr will further rrq'lihiJIl I II I "Iu..b.
or 1.'Inr Court, n ithluy;, lnllekaha.
earl' "hft knew .nnro ,bo which 111it',1' I in, c..al.MWMi.fJuiii'ailw'l'1"1" tho ; uf
.. titro ItutiI I end, ten wag: "n* wcrenrdrresl' to pur I size menus of Irhll"l'urlutNII; | I "!"" Itl l'\ov I iho Cove by xy .
nor I I compcUrd: lure
=.min"lo Than ptrh'tp4 nhoitt' midvAtil I ) bising, was
i Haltimore ith
the from iu February pre generallySir. Clinch w
la t .11..10. \ and shipped early buts ever, was ; >
th chased e
RnI ct"f' 1 lift corn of April
23th:
wjlli hIt Army: Florida n* Into; flUll1 f'cUrlenll' ,\ Orka a Ur.me.n the
b11104111 j jas
Fort
Six to II vented urunru au" teal unI'uiltll
to
with' time. canto arrival (" 5eil dints
d,
ofC..1on,1 ilankhenst. '..11-, Mirth the timn C'nrUrr.ttn,1 two j jiu | i the hiHI, hat jug, 1f\IHthl, seen of rvic crt"a par y of him to unteal -
II" j of March, two teas Iuuit' i the term 8'
irane w l1'r" hfl tho I llth I vcs"cl. 1'1&0 gaud and Iw reports -
Fort tiC ns
me (rum I'itu.t"this, tpmtfllll1d to anti cn tin",1fthb MaNOW! if.I were expected to mnko \I II.lu 4. l'I".Jicc"' supply oj hard tread dm c.uumcd III -"ump..h1l'ill n rest lit rot suit ], having: nlreadv:7lh i'tpirrll.". hn and' hurje

name under inarches through n snvagn country I ,marchOn **. nt that plarc. I ; to me, the
Iinion tUII.laYI& of
strntlh s ( bacon for flf bt Itr I heat
.I The ei0 and the
Clincb. midi not : she rho buries, sickius'-t
office
t
General : br'nlscs why in Im r"tiduj t tutuhctlaaumlcdbl
n e I.t-. wiihi'UtToiuli or : the ttlst of January jss1)eI r"r rcncwed ClI': ,I would ;r;
march
.theft
.rrrswdonthis rojntby bests ninrchrdIIrc uhsisteneu DIHIm)1t'1r the Iurtjuu" Aiicthcr days.
Mf
weather.
ex ..nunl three coinpnnics-bave' corral tvhithi kiU.d souwhlthsra I the
one IVrn I.v thcncn I tom."i..sUf: ) \ sass ut1ctull tlw.trcfue. .i l UK nb.uult tI::: of n |vaity
like then d.siig NVilininglon.nnd tutu advantag.I s 1)l( 'ctl\ai i'ied
:; concurred as to
to taro t
,
'cstio. I ClIk.Clrrvl'\ '' fully mUrt' (lU"IItIhiun ututes: dial l
eltr'te41 "itlwut n rli |: to saved and Injured and
1
Clinch, were aU I bnrkedl Time would hate been \I .f |bird bread nnd Iwruti: over ttutu and |tu.k rod te..ius". 'ur uf CalJuiu, i ..r Ibo train. Fifteen orscs tuned nut that
emu NC\\tUI11t.C
I theta- : I
nl1,18 moro
meal not | ''tter to road,
by A'ld" were sifter in a that .
rut Jar .
hcenrash'a ; cither ca'e. wcrcftts. Ten days I on
The point 11icb has th''. t in stet obstructedbv I' on : reeurrrd to 'this, tau"- I hrnalllll.) .. "0 got alurtg by leadiig.
: front some place 1 Geuer-l: I nU tbo sstth1VC tuulrl' IIU\
diru..ed' thnn |>d. until larhls. guns shipped. 1 United S.n.ct.1. : tha Ailjulaut J..11".rl1. I'lciiWt. \ 'l'bo ::.rstut' in the interior, os ,. \ wMi th, left "!mjf (which 1 ncB II
.
more fully the ,,, Again, n cltl"rmt'IU I "! fill .i.IIU !.-.- -. .... 'TOO -- .,...., ....I.i..t.. tcalj F.usti, *B. .
Will steno ice? ... unit tequtrelain d on itu $ j !% \ ..I".'.u m$1)urrpr -
1 ,,
that... teas r1) .
...
I intended:%ta', however lentl l. iptnnl t. \"' u.i. ..??. .n redrsi"n.1ps \ uantilics of both hard bread and nesses gnesuoncl'tcdfurnists'd'ratnn nccasiotiiilantt n slight j jresource. compelled from | I
under (
.
failure of mf to York about 1 1I I ) large; much. in cause of the jerntion.out Florida at New of lottcr.acconling; bo ur- sand' *cry ,
will
St'mi- orders (or which' I'RUItJo my the Cuuit nut nrr .
bocl I($ ccived several'weeks bnron I Uento ulll.!.. on the unmoVIM. ,
to Florida the great delayed' = General' duljlcom/ : h. retorts tu
was Ihe Adjutant ( caused cavalry turnIe11't
otharnalel. of January every
24th Kiutis: .
Hobo' Indians, ndthcrot' were, man I| the waiting for its arms tit I'caludt (feudal 5 be- 1 pmcd that Hell foot : :) .
:
Comn.tuary
his
harbor, the uwnerou day.Aprlln
lome I: in thai icated to him tub* led' by J1hb hiarer.iUll"ut.
ito first in hnl'rlrtftnr ut FortDrauc. m horse with I who hail J.
former ,
hnlpet and joined mo f as the from Yotu .
February march kjtitti.
tbo' furniture, 10th u the
of which have already torn p>'"wI t i and hnrto to Savannnh,) Core the the last sixteen miles of 1Dbut I l.o isiana volunteers. t r t" tlcl.ale-btll
I oW Iny (after short ('anign remirlcd Hi me on that bay Hay. The grazing: the lUrbor I'oa5Creek
tin
otder! urou'raoll'lI 1 Cbarbitu' up
but iacidentsihlydcrcloprrl of thes off Mr. lia of
t the
the testimony way
to "hrini rapid the ,vbn!te, lu it he!! *ixty days from the reception thovant uf hor Now, it i i5 shoWn l by Commtssarynt little less had on the return marches.Hut taken by about the liih: uf A|>ril', returned to
Awiiunt ; have
purpose from
the not
'
or the delay, asked why NewOrleans
who-wM
bo fur
tho nrl There was uo it and' cndmrkcd
under rev ort may UU I',
connexion by hard bread the
tame my of : l-leput
\ had been purchased PicJlata that the quautity columns from tau Tampa
:
-
j i ses. They at the of mnru turn witU! tao ncconliug tu orders, where the r1 ,
Court. early march
wasguudflf
Savannah at the our ,
bur aeener. mid placed at nhichhad arrived prior tu furnished that which I little after its tenntailrd
;. + Oftht.tcauteiraany.MweloHlyialtfd dirt bane nnd off which arrived think, a
I. the deeendmi; seal' 12th i,f February.Let thatthose from Fort ) train had been doubled n sutlieicnt supplycould t:intent it..
Bdl
Mr. President I less thatWas if iheio service ht.1 cxl'jr.
much of
SuIfn.niV .
remembered, 'lu.ia, was transported even ,
etch other. For the II \ it be were not 1 not have; been battalion of. I"'llIri.liRI", from
coMequtotopoiJ imlfihMd enurneratioo, wt3w ill I. shipment and movements wasadvl5ctmade anlcd fur those. cohllnn..Ilb"(, had beengood' roads.l uuy gentleman& make I, I The the lith "' '\I'f.l. for ihYfiulacoochco. .
feMoof the I tho about
bread tu
,
under my directions; yet prohibited the j i.,ue *bud for binticll tu ecu how manywugous Tampa Marks.
rather had calculation its In fct.
bo ; from tho ou way
in iattancei Aft s.1h11
o tu '
some embarrassment Jobn' I \
St. example,
1 o'tl(j I.: them.llnd suQVred when nt rest on the would bo requited, fur da not Unuur
; 1
rti fat 1. TAt *ne y ; the nnd wagon of in /flour, purees t foi r "bero eras
troops course athousaud
with; flotitt I Ii ,!e earlierrecriving vas madoup. euoushfor t mustered into( -
In Ae fjffcl of J ivar !21, \ not by ttio 10th oft deficiency supply was abundant take coin coniumption or r \I when this battalion wan
den Ilflll rearfin" and I Iallert 'A I 1 have said that I "U' of w aDd of pork, our twenty days, iurluiliug tho, .
day fltJore to ) iu sufficient force to commence ope "nnd t.bu testimony i. us rro ., tb31111"i ia
60' oJ'1lmau.
Match
terra o1service oJ&e great volunteers tutd I .
of
.. \rations, and that the mass .i

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,. .- -, although fit ottriaptrd to pie commodity, and aa many as 2| militant Teal (inhabitant of St. J4its C.shy }
and 1200 bitnielf/ doubted
I hr f 1800. 1700, CoL Augustine oaa FCLIOW CiTiitns s
find sits pith the means. (See also I have been shipped from St.
became 1
alums undefCol. Lindsay S 01,. self early TIM tardiness tad irregalarkv !
The ce GadsdtoV second deposition.) 6f..
this
Rhic dMaJ td's baneem' But lion with what use was made.by I season. aicatba with the capital,: and tie ?.I
see from
"
now
flutist at bate "
: will 1 look at that part The shoots which sprung up
\ fro the of the outfit thus furnished I lay which baa usoaWy attea4 ti ifejtioa
\t t the >. [otailiog theAugusta shall Mijur his report to me, which is datedApril&e21th tbe:, old roots, have grown with a rapidity and appearance here of tins. _

old 0 rot that, quote( ;being himself near the mouth and luxuriance seldom equalled, and will in proceedings and laws of the Terkntiera

< ore eats't t 0 end 0 taal. be beautiful and stately it proper we have tbouf t, ttt /
;
m sntn m f .w. *r- -* T Col. of Wythlacooeheo says a fen form u
the S3tsttesfrom I am obliged t rI a111a ace. craft to the years termination of the trait boaervjconfeiiag
Wish,.. the post on Hilliboflpn General "14spatched all the small have bad. Some of the yea m
'Tampa called Fort Ala! ma asI Lindsay had v .ed with Major with orders to the officers inconumod trees as we ever we should acquaint j-

n place. of deposite, and advanced towards Jackson, against a part of the tame Indians transports,aboard of them to commence de* shoots from the Sour Orange haVe thrownout such portion of the proeeedHiKs of $
wbicb bereatbed In Ibo campaign of 1818. the "principal, ob. and several citron Council bo .
TAe Cove, as far as Clucliucbatty. the witness) bsrkitg the men as far as possible. blossoms this season, Legislative as may Ifksty It
9 r about the 34th-thefletter, advising .jest of which was (according to the Georgia Onthe,, return of the boats, transportingas trees we learn are in full bloom in tho city. Iro.t your intention. -
Mot of 'bo.d e1ry in the movements uf the to drive the Seminoles from men as they could The first great subject of interest it
I !b sid ordered as many Mandarin wr
"Gen. river
that Johns near
Snwanaee, On the 8t.ereEinformed.
other columns, having reatbed him sub frontier across the morning reports of the officers Florida which eagagtil our ttteet_
twp reeeits the
carried into the SeW a force am- several sweat orange .
JacUm which that exertion, was that of the losses
qload handed to me, by
sc in command were
p '*tat column consisting principal!? of the ountiog to, perhaps 6000 men. 8th the frghtful' picture of an increase] of forty shoots have blossoms upon them. It affords ear citizens during the itosi ole _
i of volunteer. under Col. This was laid in answer to my ques I less than two days was this fact, and ces Occupying the dependent
rely
I Alabama regiment Colonel be bad previously ((40)) U the sick list io us gratification to announce
it the Gib the .
Chisbolm, and several times changed in tion. To communications from do to the General Goveraroeotof tat
in the field said' Miho country east of tbe Suwau I presetted. Special to greet their appearance as the harbingersof other occured
... Miter pirn, w I is also the latest than the surgeons were also bandedjmc, in which States.no step let 04 ty
by a few days. By my ordervT No, 38, or bee It infinitely more impracticable the horrible consequences were predicted returning sources of wealth to our, com the interest of tbi sufferers eooW be i
striking most
the ICth of April. Cot. IJudsay was instruct the country west." He adds many : unless tie men could be taken forthwith munity.An bly adranced.tban that of an earo** !
and it is ,
ed oohls return loTampi, rtcrmyJcpirture| | differences all against our troops, where medicines and to Congress io their behalf, for j jistet7
$ make further, movement within the unown that General Jaeksun'a operations, to some p places The wateron address to the Senate and House af ftLsen
to any in the of terminated on the west bank of that ner.la good water could be procured express arrived last Friday from Gea.Jator ires accordingly
compass of M( forces prosecution boaid tbe schooner Caroline it was said tat was adopted if
the campaign* tbat might deemed useful respect to the advice given on the subject becomauUid.Vhhout going bringing despatches to the 25th ulu unanimous vote of the Council fa *
bad
a then to cause the volunteer with him of detaching the witness said "1 I btlievo derived I aboard already, 1 despatched an order for [the transports We understand their contents to be. that sea the Deeuh'IDd justice of an early,

i (the Alabama jregiment &independent company mentioned to Gen. Scott" "that who to] hoist all sail and to proceed hb veral l hostile chiefs bad visited Gen. Jesop prompt action upon the subject is arftJoa
on
Jackson, ;
Marks advice from General I The. claim oldie
of Louuianians, under Capt ) that despatch to St. Mark', them. snfterers t i idamnification
: do- the utmost possible the brother of Mieano I *
occasion when I wanted to loon and among the rest, losses
to bo embarked for their respective: homes. some the I remained aboard the of she they bate i ied
,. That embarkation was commenced by him tached service rn-do use of this eopnatlcexpreisiou detatrhmtnt l aeareit port.first ordered to debark. and directed py'and it was agreed upon between them is rested in that address, as far a* _

according to ijU ruthortllsy the 2d-'the 1 I : "Sir I never detach IgiinsiIndians. a select number often to join ino onboard that Mieanepy shonU meet Gen. Jesup on ble, upon strict and legal right; sad st it i

rainy season having set in," and it beingdeemed''impossible ." And again observed in the to same the witnessthat cam I the erns't craft for the purpose of the dub (to morrow) and then say whether firm opinion of your representatives, t&
the field with Jackson of the
to keep pigaGoa. I and lathe just application general priwtsfei
the reconxo&uanee surveys. the proposed.
.smal.var- making terms
bodies of troops, without greit, and for any be never detached or suffered order more be woald accept public law, and Ibo consequences.&; &

object that could bo accomplished, a wanton ties to inarch h.through_ the. Indian country. which- -I- foundupon than. at urst perusing i. mo I?j, wore-.i my mo_ __:?._!_ mean time no Indian or. Indian negro._ low from the pfculi.ir: relation sabtUg {
is mind the principal A
waste of life.- The Court will please to Dear carefully o o o should go north of tbo road to Vulusie, or iv tweea the neoitle! of I',9IoriJa.lod tk .v
of the expedition. ----
Thus termiaatcd, Mr. l're ident. active official relation mat subsisted in January When objects informed by the pilot that we were Ouitblacoocbee, or East: of tbe St. sal Government, will indubitably, ask
command and tf from 18UO between Gen.Jacktoo, Col. Llucf..y.Iud ,eventuallv result in .
r under ; the establishing On
operations my 1 into then ,
the mouth went myself 0"oftbell
been in the interior almost at Johns and all Indians or negroes
resultsat that I bad never ,
without decisive myself; of citizens of ri
the causes assigned, Eaton in second cotter of the Vandalia ; it draws losswater our anon grounds 4bt,v,
,
least without defeat or check as without of Flotida ; that Governor with boundaries should be immediatelytfiitiuia tb'luod sense nr the American Nat* *,
baa tbo otber, taking' me only *
dishonor. his letter to me of February 3,..IB3.:.. ,"speakinjf ,ThsiUuinerfeinTorce --n of wjr .!*.....-....... w w w w *'usv..tat.t.tue prescrioea limits .bligeiiiein to Ncknawledge. aad

.JIIJ Y nfsttuoattlt'talatb.' Bfrt' ti sJi1I\1\! oftho.bottiU, ; cannot RftmtnpU nl *less than 3000, When I Dad) gotten over the bar I proceed* The Indians desire peace ; but the idea of their justice will not permit them to

has ed miles and upwards, to within a bitter them. No rra. Tbe su1 ject of Internal! Improves
datiouof tho the three principal commanders probably more ; that Col. Lindsay testified some two emigration is a pill to .

t under mo-Clinch. Enstis and Lindsay I In answer Io my 27th question what short dwtauee rife large smoke, the fire that sons are assigned why they did not come i ion i. this anxious Territory notice.*s alto The one which e.
miles dis our
drop
three stake
Each continued to the ,Init" IQ' deserro tOO must be evident from the surface of the afforded which was perhaps, looks
the Idtb.! This procrastination: suspicious. fmm our <>graphicsl l poiitioo
I had seen, tant. I deemed it not prudent to go go wo Wi
greater praise Than it is In the power of one, country, that from dispersion advanced! from Fort and ciused tbe boat to return" \ 'rartbor'1 The sickly season is coming ou. this subject, readers it one of nbtorLitretto .
under present circumstances, tu bestow, before the columns
1 also my had the)!benefit of Col. Gadidena as Drano and Volusia, by General Gaines letter Major proceeded to St. Marks, and thiy know they will uot be fought, and with extreme tbe Territoty.concern aod aad'it with was

I{stance, the chief of my staff, a volunteer in to Gen. Clinch dated the 2hh of February batta'jun.' I will thus gain a respite for another,e.r. Ina that our attention wa directed w icure

the war, a soldier and a patriot, who hide that the supposed himself have (7o bt concluded in our ntzl.J I day or two we shall bear bather they willsome Bit far; as Territorial Legutation II
pendent otbis'articular' knowledge of the beeu surrounded in C.mp Izard,by "not less : can
continue to fight. we think the general interests(ii.
to terms or
I enemy andthe peninsula, of his services with than 1500"* warriors, and that although he QU' A11J 'tJSU'aD have .ulr rod. Nu ?,
eleven hundred good Other view are taken end opinions ex : try not cuuttteaaaeil
thousand to
i me and on |*rtyr$ ocaiotti, it euibmed with had from a afforded the
keen of
with him 1 saw that ho could neither their submission. The ...0.I. to passage toy I r.
,talents and virtues. "hichi'ohlm claims up troops Wednesday, March, 1837. pressed in favor road through oar Territoty; and toe

oa tho Go?'& tad country. The handful ofregulars I I pass the Wytblacoocbee, nor venture .-...:= : lay. it is argued, is the result of the known to of our companies to r
who with ino in the field never to mike sortie. All these eonsldentiousladucod auy .coanm
were a -
J RE D.--Io our remarks last weekin in '
ODOE i tardiness of the Indian character matters roads with one not sanctioned'" by
bold the
faulted III and if Mr President to
difficulty or danger, now me,
relation to the salary and of the Judge, It is certain tint of enactment of the Territory, was
and then! they! yielded the post of honor, it troops under my command in three columns pay diplomacy.) many .
wilhhelil. The that
principle
% was purely eonplimcnt to their country. until 1 could feel my way a little add judgo an error having occured, we therefore deemit the chief are tired of the barrasting mode of such impet
the policy on our Ie
men forth from civil life, who were cherished form self. When I bad satisfied my miod necessary to make the following remarks, lire they bave been compelled to lead! for thepast : Doe,present we trust which can five oiTeaeighbois. part....

aad assisted on.every; occasion. Those patriotic that there were not. io all Florida m4rp, in continuation fort tho better understanding year, and are willing to submit ; others The condition of' oar
volunteers t>f S. Carolina, Georgia, Ala. than 1200 Indian warriors, probably less '
S bama. Louisiana, and Florida, were no and that of bat force perhaps not 500 had on the subject. continue in the figbtiug mood, and it is probable case country constrains The Ter .

time io the oar, The salary of the Judge was originality in their councils lara we know tbe.entimfintloCtLe
doubt (many of them) sometimes inefficient been concentrated at any ,that these diseutions
r from the mere awkwardness. uf inexperience j I tbo Court will find thai I then became a little $1,500 aDd for the Land Claims the law allowed have caused this delay. is stilling to extend stub every ferility at
cou-isteot its
but the generally brought with them i! bolder, and detached freely and far, in tell iodUpeostulttts
'
very him $800. heard from Gsn.Jicsur
Nothing has been and duty to the niihes and eatnf
recall
to the war high chivalry, which always ins all directions and it is gratifying; to
I.irellbe wish of personal distinction, and that notwithstanding all the bugbears by The salaries of all the Judges except the for several days; buub. result of .be con its n-fehtHirs. But Site Uvorins; off

this was frequently and nobly obtained by wbien 1 bad! been for a moment fri hted from Judge of Bait Florida were two years since (create which was to have been held'ou the enterprises for improvements tbrwtt
this wunM ]
individuals and detachments.On not di..ter-uot one defeat en in 300. The country at moment predsqdeprrssiua
I my tent a increased amount exception 4ih fast is hourly expected.Appropriationsor and
I the principal commanders and the sued. speak, sir, of detachments beyond of the Judge of East Florida introduced injury to our own saocti"
.. which for all the columnswere oral! interests which no patriotic
troops were under me I base then' supporting distance Florida. Bills authorizing
only to invoke jibe approbation of their coun* habitually subdivided wiTiun that by the Delegate himself-and the act of could' content tit, and no -iberal osigksiect.

try. Let its cin.uro. through this Court I limit in searching for and in attacking the Congress was to moulded by him, as to'provide certain internal improvements in tbe Whenever the Mtrnptiun of.. '

1 fall I on me, and'mn alone, of that army, if allwere enemy.The. that the Jud go! should receive Territory of Florida ; Fur the completion of lent from their military ..'..H.i..liaDfeIbem sijri

done which it was impossible to 'accomplish first of these distant detachments was but 81.500-10 long as the Laud claims ju. I certain internal improvements in the Tern.tor to ilirrct heir energi i*. tf* she
.
.f internal improvement nbirhgcace tb.'ir'
under circumstances. that of 340 left under Major Cooper '
} men
any of Florida and for the completion of
risdietion existed ; after that ceased be was ) ; has originated, and the sitsuhs
4 Some questions, were put to as many witMesses only twelve miles south of the Wy thlacoo* '
of the higher ranks who have appeared .. cbee and which gallantly nutauined itself to receive the additional salary of$300. the improvements of ces twin riven and road the country renders it safe amt p'

befere this Court, to ascertain whether I I from the second of April to the JJ3th, whop The land Claims constitute a particular in Florid, wore severally read a third time to commence the works, so ibt: by '

;. v lTf J J I I I 1I.,4l" afO" .wt.! .r uls -uaeommaadera ---..... It__wasaHsorbed.....\\I< 'bvClincys column. Maj. b of c-rvlve.. and the law requiring,the .and passed the senate on the 21st uh.I ing the views. of our, neighbors o. K.;.a'

/ every i instance, but too complimentary to I 2t. Gen. Eustis: approaching: Tampa, uro*this pecans 'r tlou'o1"') oo-ft "T b lif h4l'sto
i be here reproduced. Let them sleep on mounted that but left his I !letterto, his C'onstit..eol.Vo will publish our liberality which justice may
h men to dfpJ amount h. not been, b l y our Delegato.intro. will be made in vain.
your records. They may hereafter perhaps foot, from the 5th of April td the 18th. at it as soon al..o can find room for it. I
.he read by tbote who will cot be made to Camp Shelton, under Brigadier Gen. Bull, duced into the annual appropriation bills, I --- Tbo charter of the East Florid*- Rd."'"d'-.

trash for their ruont. sixteen miles in tho rear without even a and of coarse has been, as must appear self- I MAJoa GATES.-The Court Martial for company that has been so amended as lit....

A word sir,las tom, plan of campaign. breast work for its defence. With the same evident, unjustly witheld for several years the trial of Major Gates will I irfeorporation sack farther pri-a fu"
I believe that this has been sufficiently) deve body of foot I myself marched to Fort Alabama assemble at were proper to rniblo them to pnacllli\
I loped, In the Savannah, Gco., on Ibo Dab iost. vantageously with their work .. .
w' evidence and embodied in this whilst the South Carolina horse, past.The or as 'OOD&htfnr.cral 10. .
It has been censured b writer ordinary business cf the Courtf-snch the cnuiUtion' the country tiB
summary. ) a under Col. Good*in, was on the distant practicable. It will be composed
r himself an old officer and who delights to service searching for the enemy, about the as is common to all the Judges-the Judge of Ibo following officers, being of the The road 1 by: this amendment bi
see himself print, as being somewhat Eu bead of Peas Creek At the same time, of East Florida (so long as he receives compensation highest rank an'I the number that to bo completed within three year fan
ropeaa, as if it hero criminal l to Import pro. Col. Smith, and his Louisiana Volunteers ; for Land Qlaims is greatest conclusion of the Seminole' hosriprs'there .
) called
fesonaljkuowledgeaod? up can be convened without manifest injury to is every assurance that it trip tri
i ; who seemed to think fit for duty, (about 200)) with email parties
that Generals ought to make war without from the D. S. Ship Vandalia, under Lieut. on (o perform for$1,500 while $300 are the service. : that period be in operation. Aa eJsli

pans I! of any sort. This vulgar error has been Powell, and from the revenue cutter Dallas, added to the regular services of the other. Bt. Brig.Gen. II.Brady,Col. 2d Infantry; and interesting report front the able sativwho

emi iocidentallv.but* too signally rebuked by an under Capt. Green, scoured the lower part Judges, but wltbeld from him." Col. W. Lindsay, 2d Artillery.Bt. conducted the the survey of the rcommuaieated '.is
; to
eat fogulaturr
k military criticand political functionary of that Creek, to the extent of about sixty The nsuli is, the receives : sad
Judge $1.500' Col. J. D. Walbach,1st. been
to be further noticed in this p lace. shall, miles from Charlotte Harbor. Artillery. published.>> The df ciled practtr

i therefore, here simply quote the opinions of Colonel Smith and Goodwin thus visited provided Congress appropriates, as injustice CuI. ,D. E. Twiggs, 2d. Dragoons. of the enterprise and unparafelttd'

y two younger, but better soldiers on the particular "what we bad supposed to bo among tho favourite ;it should, $800 for Land Claims. The oth- Lt. Col.J. Bankbead 3d Artillery. for the work which the face of oar *

/ aid plan of operations b Y me laid down haunts strongholds the enemy. Judges [having no Land claims jurisdiction] Lt. Col. A. Cummings, 2d Infantry.Bt. affords., are well and clearly exfa&ittd I

pursued. I. myself the 20th of April, with a single receive $300 in addition to their report.A ,
regular .
After sa M. P.
Maj. Lomax & "
exploring the country a great ex Artillery.Bt.
Company of South Carolina hone marched laries company was incorporated fist the If
tent and learning much that was new of it, from the Big. across the Little Witblacoo* ; for services'of a like kind, and Maj. J. Irving, 4th Artillery. cuing of a water communication frs Cap

and tho enemy, Gen. Clinch says to me in cbec; again the 24th, with but two to'say the least of them as onerous those Bt. Maj. T. F. Hunt Sib Infantry. Florida, through the harbor of Sr. Atp .

his report from(April.17th) of bit operations returning companies, I went to Volusia, a day.in advance performed by the other Judges, the Judge Capt. U.S. Drane, Sd Artillery. tine la the waters of St. Johns river til .

Tampa Bay. "that the true of Eustis's column; sent a small detachment of tbe Eastern District is work is deemed by your reprfseatatins< H l'
plan compelled to receive Cap P. II.Gait 4th
operations against them [tbe tads.aaij I Artiliery. be of
the 25th to scour the country east one great public importance,and**
is ] will b. that:,first designed ">y you that of Spring Garden Lakean

by a force from Pilaklakaba, a force as- ceetierf with Col. Gadsded, Capt. Can cld, Brethren of the Bench.If Artillery, Judge Advocate. I unity of the United States ; and sratiis

trading bv m, [late] route, and correspon and Liut. J. E. Johnson, and 17 men. in a on the other band the S800 ire not considered that a good l Inland puss tt .

ding This one, the on Court the north side/-hie first route. miserable little steamer, to explore tho St. appropriated by Congress the Judge receives Maj. Geu. Gaines baa got through nub vessel of considerable draft can be &fd

laid will perceive, was the precise to the bead of Lake Monroe. Gen. Clinch for bit annual salary $1,800 his defence before the Court of Inquiry at from tho waters of St.Johns tft Ctfe H* -
plan down that It i
by me for our first and Col. ida
oporations. Lindsay also made detatebmentt I Frederick. by opening canals or Dot sands men b ,
; It
hi is
toss occupies nine columns .
; pat on an equal of the
with
footing the
about the same period and I had detached i tencoin the wholo than twenty mil n. tsf
at Capt.ThwtoawboIkoewia Fort March Major Read with the battalion ofFIoridi* other Judges in respect to the regular salary Baltimore Patriot. He calls Gen. Scott ale can be little doubt that the mesas ash H

o-r.. plan Drano, did not altogether approve ins, by water, to search the lower Wy tbla- but then be is deprived of $800 for an accuser and retorts upon him with severity obtained for accompiisbiBsat. The m'

low, and with campaign whom I was about to rIJI.f .. cooche, as early as the 17th. extra ..,nke.In Tbe following is an extract: ount of wrecked property, which by awsr
I did not again coa.t As this last expedition the of this .....
was only one 11 communication will be
erse on the suhject.was when before this court made under ray command that failed to either event a gross injustice Is done In these letter [referring to Gen. 8.'. from total destruction. would alaost p asfj

I 't at JMeBI Ef asked T me this question : reacblthe destination given, and to bin if begets his extra be 1 loses hi orfdithnal letters tu Gen. Clinch of the 1st. and 4th of
I JThe< accomplish pay March, 1836 the Court one year, equal the cost *f the work.
witness ] will
I t with the general pltn of became acquainted it is objects, and for that reason alone, salary, if be gets kit additional arias any thing like koitening to lie not perceive A charter was obtained for a Cam, abe ,
t ted operations pro ect- his brought upon me infinite obloquy beg he is made to lose kit far rctcu Very established In the city of Su A&raa ss
by Gen. Scotr.. With the benefit of Ibo the Court will ry extra fay.Forcoaiidering from it. The truth is, General Scott at .
pardon me dwelling A law a*
witness'' upon was providing'' we
this passed
of tho
s subsequent knowledge cube enemy it a moment. Claims for Losses Ibo stage business imagined that bo *
certaiament N
and tbd county occupied by ,him, what is It has Judge receives o dress bad it iu hit power, pofindeed to starve of the sense of the peepleif
witness been seen by the deposition of Mr. per allowance.We and me tb<> question of entering into a StaN 0....-
Jbe
opinion of command
that in
general plan of Newcombe the my my position on the
at in certainly think that *
operations" quartermaster Tampa our Delegate, has Ouitklacoochee but meat and for taking a census of the pep
I '' April last that, by extraordinary exertionson been misinformed to starve oe out of it ; ion of
in the
4B.lwer Wfeen 1 first heard relation, ibis business, calling me an Territory.
; Gen. S.iTtlT1 his part and not a little mine interloper, and u.ia", in connection
l energy on The act of the last session conesrsiaf of
.. plan of peradoD', I thought that ample" and even extra means were provided and of course labours uador'"ronl impressions with rny name, an expression of his tares from the Indians repealed
taken was
more than necessary preeauJjo for Major Read' Imall battalion of,perhaps but wo feel assured, that whatever iudiloltion--Au indication! / A
trial and
*t. by advancing into the country with aboutSOO difficulties exist When Haraan saw Mordecai in tbe summary flai..v'
men. First there were two large that they will be obviated slates for offences
columns not
from kia ,
,
different that
of the gate be stood
points not
and
email nor moved
one schoone/t too of up
instead
[
and justice rendered St*S"
ceala to tbe An amendment the charter
pea to
doubting that Judge. for him ho was full of
: n'l our wing, one] cutters. under Midshipmen Reid and : indignation against '
Road
(Choeh's orlbo Augustine and Picolata Rail I
) army would not be met by Mordecai.
Drake canned and
alto enem/ in force 00 Wythlacoochea!!, from the U. S. furnished Vaodalia at my request ;. Our Orojffe Crorw.-lt is not more My accuser Maj. Gen. WIKNELD SCOTT nv was obtained in conformity. _m '
ship:>> Capt. Webb; ,
Nor did I bell.yoabat a nation of woo( ; than two since commanded views of a late Grand Jury or.t&isett
yean our General
peo 1);largescotv,in pieces,with mechanics,nails, orange groves were Clinch to afford mo no theef
pie laaula.could conceal II.tlrlu effectually the oakum, and pitch, so that it might bo put ; cut off by the severe frost February 1835: supplies,and prohibited his making any dotachaent An act was passed autboraiaj ._ts
this the *
south and TerrLory to borrow s
can of Withlacoocbeo
together, aod launched In two hours; : and most of our inhabitants I to me. There are the evidences I
ibat &D1I01
they could out be found by cue army were suddenly i table in ty thousand dollar'I to be appp
upon the band
ship boats or "It and pilots. The your writing of Gen.
dpo-
1'
(column or wing.) My subsequent experteaee cent aQ experienced aDd excellent ofll4er. deprived of their chief? means of support, and Scott ; let bits escape from tbe an increase of the pay of our a.ititL. gw'. .

taught mo ray error.and consider Gen declares, io'reipecttotbo sufficiency of these the pride and ornament of our link city, ces i if be con-for the honor of ay consequent the present year in the defence. 01-
liC.H'I.. country
of operations as the Due OD." means both for transporting the troops were at,once destroyed. The profit arising I could wish it were possible but with tier.The -

,\ nut. Mr. President, it has been objected the mouth of the river, end for ascending it' from the tale of the delicious fruit allowance that can te Bade, there mast every in* banking capita 1Iadl"tactfor ..
to ne that la ay "m operations, (toward s/I did Dot doubt nor did I know that were very evitably be in reserve a blank leaf in the the wants and ultimate iatemtt, .
any large tad afforded an-
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Taapa .a1)) .. the io a means of nab Territory baa been still mow i
troops mawet on- body el$3 dldll; do net t&ak: Major! Read : support to of war, te be foully) blotted with the "
I f almost over!iab&biuat. They were a sfe.. story of that transaction. b the graat ofa'iv ehartm asd a*!!*"

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check BM beta gjnn t b; theM Conn- AN ORDINANCE for preventing accidents CITY ACCOUNTS. the said0iraFIeis-.mau.fer delta dae oa tie /orUUN.\NCr.lo: aimod an ordinance creating .

cil I A w ttttt rockiest arit. of Legislation upon I IePJecu that may happen by fire and for the eoppress TAe City of St. Ausustine.tn. account wills dote ofssldossijuuieut. and after the payment the office of City Constable Passed. 7th .
tbt of tbo Judi* shoo nuisances.. Thomas Trtaiilnt. of the .am'be surplus amount of the said property Ilarcb.I8aI.
oerly province I' See. I Be It ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen Douglas assignebTas aforesaid, was to 10 to the Ue it ordained.-br the Mayor and Aldermen of
cury WBvh bas heeD eo much heretofore of the City of St. Augnstina. That if DR. mortgages i if any amount should be the City of St. "'gustine.That so much of the

na.rk04..a. But one cliorc.ill' became any persons, of what sex, age,or condition soev 130.pee. due to them. second section of Uie Ordinates'! entitled. "An

i law-ted oooe to authorise special eater er,from and after the publication of this ordinance C. For cash paid Ambross Cooper, The following tenements are included in the Ordinance cI"aUngtlaeotiiee, of City Comuble. .

cf real I estate though the applications under shall fire any gun or other .fire-arnu, or City Constable .26 00 said mortgage, and which: are not subject to the passed 7th March, Ib31' t. a requires tbe City
both these beads were numerous. shall make or cause to be nude or sell or utter Du. James &I. Gould, printing said allinUlftll10 wit Constable to give bond in the penal sum of Ono
or offer to to sale nibs,rocket. account 1KS3-0. 341121 Thousand It4larsbeand the same is herebyrepealed
such of expose any or
The above affords a summary of 1837. All that certain house and lot ground,in said aoJ hcreafer before
other fire works" shall entering upon
fire ;
or cast throw or
the transactIons the Council aa we .have straibs' rockets or other fire works within any the Jan. 3. D,). fur Blank Book, 2:; 00 City ofdl.Angustineboundetlt1orthand.. East. tho discharge: .,fbi4 duties, the siid oMen .U.H
thought may interest nor fellow citizens.was .- city of St. Augustine, compiised within lines Balance to ties account 41X1 Jd by lots belonging to Urigadt: Gomez; south by a enter Into bond iu the penal sum rf Two Hundred .
be done, and lot belonging to the heirs of Antonio Slier and conditioned for the' faithful fir
!
eudeavored
More to pass commencinn at the south ea.t corner of the water -- Dollars,
tfely by representatives more experienced battery of Fr t Marion and running south along 6&J> 10J west by Charlotte street And ANo, all Hut ch.,rte of tho duties of 1.1. tlffif'e.
certain tract of laud situated iu the of Mos
county U UOULD Slaver.AttMt .
F:. ,
and able then wo profess more might bl"1 the shots ofthe11.rbor.t low water mark to a --
iu .
quito. the Territory of Florida in what is cal
been done. Wo have exerted our best capaeitiea point east of the old Magazine ward house and 'cn. led Me Doug ill's Black Stamii: and bounded as U. SKBUI, Clerk.Eslalcofico. .
justice to our obligations, ai>dto ,: from thence to Marta Sanehec cock and from I83C. follows tbe marked S. Molt l ..
to cash recited ;beginning at pine W Y 31 ; ( 'C.r .
thence creek north to the old Uec.fi. By front Joshua
loco our appieciation of the 1 honor yon I aiongsaid Spanish first line runs south thirty fio degrees ea+t, suhcnher; ads.rI
been
cf ]> entrenchment, and from thence east aJun4 said Joy tier, Clerk of Market Dud ... II r. hiving appointed
were pleased to bestow. That ..measures i i'I entrenchment the place beginning wi.bout Tax CottoctJr: late Council. 10 l2\ measuring one hundred and fifty fuur chain, 1' minictratiir uf the above estite. hereby
which appeared to ua. important to the into- the special license of tho Mayor and Aldermenof Bernardo tiegvi Clerk of Uouncil. twelve link.,tu another 'pine, with tint same I I notifies nil persona who have: claim ali>>*t it l*.
mark
of the ai well as oftboTerritorj I or fetters; second line runs north sixty thd ration, within he lime prescribe! by
20 00
this
felts of rart country said city,shall be subjected to a fine not exceeding four .present
gerally failed ia matter of "-1 five dollars or imprisotimcet not exceeding Ucc SG Do-Antenia Alvarez at.1're2e degrees east, invaturin one hundred and la-.v. luliiiiasfnt.JAMr.rtM (;ioott .:-{. in Si.Ansustitio. .
four chains and twelve links,
I
tiny : bounding on 'iwl l-btel 1.1 sail|
.
/rret; but with a full con.ciooinois Qf havingperformed five days;and irlh.. party convicted be a surer. 491 23 the 'lands (lormerlyof Don !Hubert 3lcllar,ly. andlhowf uhiiarc
1837. estate are 51 No rc 1uN.nel l It i uiAe" pnviuent tu
our duty faithfully and totbebeitof slave he, she or they shall be subject to said fine to a tree, notched 'tune; thence the third line |
fear or Chipping exceeding thirty nine lashes, Jan. 2. Do. Philip Weadmao Clerk II (14)l.1ugu
oar abilities wo not to mcstonrcoa- runs north, thirty five degrees westono hundred
and the owner trustee or person under whose Market,licenses, 09!>>.23 and fifty four chains, twelve links It a nine with ,; .
sdaeats. D. LETV. control' such slave or slaves shall be; shall be liable Do., fines for selling crackers I 50 four notches; thence with iho lands of lion O itavius -. :
for said fine and cost,to be recovered in --
J. M. FONTANE. befure tht a '.532 1UJ Mitchel;the fourth line runs south sixty Y the Siiliscrilwr. .ld breast rill. of an
Justice
via Mayor
or of
summary five degrees west one hundred and fifty four B oU. hapeedBiI: with braid.d bail uf '. .
-- ing
shall take
the Peace who cognizance of the
Crtrkt. The hostile CreeksIt com. chains and twelve links to the beginning, con- .li h1..ho"lIl1tcolor..ulinlai"with a cypher, : ,
TAe Hostile plaint t Provided however that nothing herein BalboceDew..ec't, 17th Jan.1837, 49G 93
Mining blun. ', two thousand three hundredand ,
) 31.11.the liiidct will I"l lsuitably
the letters .
have betaken themselves to the -- containing t
C'lutnined shall be construed interfere
: to with the
appears five of land be the
seventy acres same wore lh, llrral.1
I rewarded by leaving it at
; I
the Florida
around Tea Riveron United States troops or Territorial militia, or '
country or less. .
C. S EMORY.
claim
Hoc. The Montgomery Advertiser states with any persons or personsif, in the opinion of F INA LNOTICE-AlJrerlOu.b.I Martinis dJ* And Also, All that certain tract of land containing Utficrn:-'t .J\nn.tint'\n.t. 211.Ix: 'i.;

that at least six hundred med are in pursuitof the Mayor,such discharging, firing, &e. shallbet f'ungeresate requested lopre-entthum to ilaSiiUcriber one ihou-anJ aud venlt. fi-e acre, situate -- -- ----
them. A skirmish took place between a deemed necessary, or done in the legal discharge: previous the Jilt January exu iu the county of St.John, iu he Territory 1--LStt 01'stit1tit (1C. I
and or the settlers in that region "f..y duty or obligation.Sec. aforesaid,at the place called Jack Wright'*, near to Papy,
some All indebted to the said J:state, are also
party 2. Be it further ordained It shall be the persona the river St Johns, and bounded north t, Trout i.. li>?rah) given..rlt,,""" l Cxeeiitwr.
said
it is six Indians
the 12th iu.t. in nhich requested to make payment to y NOTICEi
on
the
of enfoice
especial duty city messenger to fanJs .. Estate will in four weeks Irons
Creek;lOll uXby: l'icolataCreckearthy of \e .
kilM. The Gen. I) 31 CHAS. LU C.AKO.V,
were indefatigable J t the observance of this ordinance and be is hero Dr. T. Trovers, or formerly his hndaiul tby LMdatr. mill pie.s.Ml lh-ir accounts to tl..,
0 Executor.
Wellboru and command .ro'..I...to be in by authorized to apprehend anr and all minorsor n_ Mid iit :r. County nnnll of St. Johns County rur alJowancf -

the pursuit.Wo ... .In .,wbu may be guilty of any" breach ..fihi All which the aforesaid and premises and l settlement;and that ill >i it months hr-
understand that the Millers on the I nr ii.Mi.c. In ltlitetttiC6, and take them CITY COUNCIL IIOOM. ( from the beginning of this property notice, were mortgaged after they will make npplicitioa" Ie, raid Court
determination before the said Mayor any Justice of tbe Peace ST. AccusTiffE,5th Dee. J83G. J their .\.hu tratiHiii.f
ludiau land have come to the as aforesaid to secure the due payment of fni a dual discharge; fr. iu :
I to be dealt with all herein is provided.Sec. RtioltcJ That the McsseuerufUie: Board be aid K-taiu. of which concerned nhtl
to remove the (so called) friendly Indians certain debts due from the aid Dirk Fleischmnii alilteUoulI{
3 lie it further ordained That the' one authorized to notify all persons tint are now in
uf the where ill to the aforesaid petitioner, amounting iu the lake; duo notice.JUL.
into the" interior state they a
half of all fines ari-ing under this nnlinauee shall this city retailing 11'iitIlOU.lieJuOllili a less quantity 8. CIiiz t .
l bo surrounded l"y the whites, and where be placed at the di .po.ition ofthe Mayor.for the than one quart and those who lave and keep Ia |!i tu,,whole Ihe'together ljth day of with September 11wl'uI interest, JKI'thereon;, $I3U7U up, FRANCIS; 8,1 UUt, S '.* II.3lay .
will deter ]
their sense of promptpunishntcut I purpose enforcing its i>.bl'er\'am'eatuJ other Uilliard: Tablo or Nine Pin Alleyto cuuiply on 2.J.lJUth.! d. IS3G. ,
them from the commission of crime. halfshall be placed: tu the credit of the poor or before this thirty first day oldie present month, f said. Dirk Fie iicchman resides ,
on
) now -- -- ---- --- -- -----
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Ftl. fund. with the Ordinance of this nit led "An --
Sentinel 23. City
Columbia c ordinance
the limits of the uf this ("unrl.
yond juns'Jictimi ElMIANIAH JU ;cSI..r.Y. one of the
-- -. Passed the 23d Dec. aSSfl.K.B. : ; tu regulate the mode issuing and
GOULD grautiiig Licences for tho retailing spirituous viuous i. that is to say without Territory of Florida ___ Testamentary Hit: tutors of the Estate: of
ArALAcntcoLA, Feb. II.-Tho nun.her of ,Mayor.
and a suit has thin day been brought in the Superior
B. ., aud other inwlacltiugliquuu within the John Fraserdecd. having adjusted the accounts
SCGUI City
vessels nrrived at this port from the 1st NoTtnil'cr Attest. Qlerk.Tnko of St.Augustine and for other o"I," Court brush* District, to be held in the with the heirs ndasiin; of said estate, hereby ;..
par
to tbe 3ltt January is 115 Forty t Notice. JuneJ34! IriSU. And tbafby dclaoll thereof passed City of St. Augustine and on the second Mon* give not ce. that immediately after tbo opirali'inofsis .
uf ibis number meiistire over 130 ions bur tho provided in said ordinance shall be day of March next, at the regular te in of the' month from the date hereof ho will

then and*vertigo 2523-95ibs, the remain I JUST received by the Schr. S. 8. Mills, a put penalties in force on the first doy of January ensuing. said Court application will be made on the part apply to the Hon. Ihe Judge of the County

der average 6f 5-95iht. ) of fresh gtoceeies. such as white It M further llesolved that the absve resolutionbe of thr said petitioners for u judgment of (or..clo.ure Court of St. John County for a full and final ,, .'
During the: same period last year, the Havana lump slid loaf. Porto Rico, and o'her published inthe1f'luridalleralJ.* of Uwsaid nurtageaud such If'gallruceo- settlement td!his accounts with said Estate: and
sugars, tea, coflce lard, butter cheese New A of dings as may be required to sell the said property or bit discharge as such Executor. >
true the minutas
number Ir vessels arriving brro was 43.Showing copy ,
Orleans molasses,hams.ritron,currents, reason. BEUNAUDd IEt1U1Clerk. mortgaged for the benefit of the mortgage z. KLNG3LEY
au increase of commerce not ..urIllnl'd prunes, dried apples, Charleston gritts,sogar &. .' JOHN UUDMAN,' St.Augiutine.25ih Juno. 18J1. ..
perhaps in any part ofthe world.Thr butter crackers,rjierm and tallow candles, fours : Atty. for the Petitioner
ale also 18 steamboats plying be and eights, onions, tutce.cloves.and other spices, Superior Coilrf for thft.District1of Sept. 28tb 1636- '
tnccu this place and Columbus, Dud other I titan other articles too tedious to mention. Ens!'F Jorida. .5 TOWILIO NOTICE i is hereby given that

un the river.StnataAaT Also,on hind as usual, liquors and wines ova JsL ftlrs.AftiMA, widow of Thompson .
points ETITION TO rOKECLVSK: A A/0/.T-' Notice.IX Mnnn.late St. ,\II :1I116I1e.dec., and JoscrifI
=?
I superior,>> quality, by the conk gallon, or bottle,
CAW. It is uo\v ginerally grateful the public for past favors and will be CAUL.THOMAS WEEKS after this dilte,\YO shall applvto ZII.TII.i1I both or either v.l them at the
C. UOL-KIIILL, and others ,particularly endufstx weeks frurn thin dale, apply to the
:
thankful: ftr" continuance oft! a same aud eves the Honorable the Judge of the County :
that 'if
lctic.laiVulhiulnu.
many nut ; rv pains to accoinodate customers particularly named in the petiliou. Court of tit. Johns County fur letter of Admin, lion. Judge of the County Cuuit for the County ,+
all the failures that have occurred the So- ,. wheticlii'dreii servants are sent lor articles terms siration on the Uoodsand Estate: of Wm. H. of:Ji. Johns,for leiteisnradHiinisiration on th .

minute war are mainly attributable to this all t will be sold low for cab. DIRK FLcisciiuitr.WOTICE Allen E:.q..late of Augustine, iu said county, Kstato of the nid ')1.0Ut4ftl Mason.JOS. .

icntlrninus criminal tie lest of duly;and bit WM. OARCALOW IS HKKUUV GIVEN that cons deceased at the time of hu death of wliicu aU L SMITH. for himself.

4 treat is spokeu, .,f as au event quite ,brubaVr Feb. )3, 1837. JV$ formally to the act f tbe.Lcgislativo Coun persons, interested will please to take notice. And n.\uurotvr, ANN MASON.NOT. \
It,. ,oJ cil of this Territory approved I ltd December THUS. DOUGLAS, ( 3rd. 1630LIST: '

\ have been permitted to peruse'a let fM Hi: UNDERSIGNED, hereby gives notice 1824. entitled "an act -regulate the foreclosureof JUS. S. 8t\ CI1EZ. ] -..

terfrom a geinleninn ofdi.t nctionat 'iVashingtoii M. that he ,,iIIruent, to the Honorable the Mortgages, by the courts of Common Law of St.AogUftine, Nor. ICtli, Id'JG.: OF LETTERS.

C who lUll bad several interviews with county court the County of St. Johns at the this Territory,aud fur other purposes,"A petition .- I thin Pott ')lJiro at St.
lies term thereoftbe account and voucher of uf the plaintiffs iu the above cause has been duly MEMAlNlNl'in
the 1 lteailn't"flith states that (;u,. Call is the illst uf Ueeember. t
hi. Administration of the Estate of Francis P. filed in the Clerk's Ofllec cube Superior Court Marshal's{ Sale.IN ,
not ouly' nrnuittrd of all blame, but bis efforts Sanchez deceased,since the last settlement of fur this district to be held in this city of SU Auau.tiae. 1830, wl icb if not taken out ii. three mouths

tu the late campaign are highly commended tbe same for the examination and settlement of in which said: petition, the tenements VIRTUK of a decree ofthe Superior nil! bo sent to the Gcucral Post OlEco as ,
by Gcu. Jackson. The letter. also the said Court. JOliN UItYtJDALE. mortgaged by Uie said defendant to tho said plain and to inn directed 1 will expose to I dead leltcij. 0

states that il is the general opinion at Washington AdnVr Est F. P. Sanchez. tills,are particularly described and.0 I fortb. Tho public sale on the fourteenth day of February I A. J.
is dated the lUUi October lt:() and next between the hours of I j and 1 o'clock .f i
City, tint Gen. Call bill effected January tb.lti37.Superior mortgage ; C. Jcu-
E. II. Alexander. Alexander J
that day in trOllt of the Court Home don in .
mode liable foreclosure after the lapse l
more during; his command, than ban I been to sevenyears I .... U. .,i.f.
Court Southern from the 20th September JS29. Theproperty the City oft I. Augustine all tint: certain tract 1ti m. Al drr :; -
effected 1 1"8"1 other General that hal' been Isis follows:- v oflaud consisting of >"*" nr,rf8Jv4 i...rrran 0' a y. Marine Corps, Levi Jones, Campy

iu Ihe field."Flvrida Watchman. District of Florida.Wm .. mortgaged and rot and I uM' urouo ihoiuand acres,|lying and being in II. D., U. y. A. ii
off round lying
t'
.wwttioeure
-4 the of St. Johns and
situited
county nt
N'nxuv. a place Sorgt. Tboi. Brat! loutraiIIJubnson.2lee.
in the of St. ;
lei (;cn SCOTT i. of Richmond: A "..I.J:. Wm Marvin vs.,,:John M. Fontane, Frances being city the Augustine in hospital called MaIJnzl. at the held of the NortlnHstorPellicerV 2 1..
tl. ..... ivoUcicU to tiiui but be declined Ward fronting on street formerly known as Creek, which said tract of thousand ,
M-> Delespine. Sophia! Wallace G. E. Wallace one '
lloval street, now called Charlotte'street, bounded Dr. Isaac I U.) Mali! Lieut. Jobu T. Lee,
the
the. bouvr. Frances Delespine liniliuo! Delcspine, Ma acres was granted by Spanish gmcrn
in front on the. \Yest. by said street and in I tis, U. S. A.
tilda meot,10 Martin llejnandez. and
Delespiitc. Henry Delenpine, JosephDeleairse convened by
Ibo on the east, by a lot belonging to the
.'1 bill has pasted the Sonata of the JU. S. Josephine Delespiue, Mary Deles- late rear Daniel Hulbert ; on the north by a Tot now Ihe Mid grantee, Martin Hernandez to John 1. Owen Dante Sergt. II. O. Long,

making the burning uf any uf the public nine.John Drvsdale Archibald Clark Michael or late belonging to Juan Jose Bosquet and on Williams, and conveyed by the said William to Frederick Rranncr AI.:\

I I'uildiugs of tbe government+ puni.bablci with Lazarus.Timothy Street.I.r the south by property lately belonging to the Daniel 3. iriswotd and conveyed by the raid !>. Jr. U. S.: Mariuo Capt. John Mnuroc,

lctu. APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT heirs of Chritobai Bravo, and now the property 8. Griswold to John Hewlett iy deed and nlur. Corps, .s t"It..;;t. U. S. A.

... that all the above mined defendants except sfl' a heirs of Samuel Cook contaimug. iu front ,greed by the said Hewlett,tn Theodore Flotard '. David BucVly, LicuI.Juhn 3rCr..bb. .
'for twelve hundred and (four
dollais and
Virginia has had four Presideuts and: one Henry Delespine. reside without the Southernjudicial I or rear twenty Spanish varaa,and on each side cents the above seventy named Parker Dunes, U. s. A. 4Sergtrhoma ,
District of Florida and that they all rei ninety one ; undiyidcd
Vice t President, and. New York h,.can President seventeen and,a half: Spanish varas. I Inri. E. B. Mason
q i wide within the Eastern District except the three half part of s' id tract of one thousand: acres is
and has bad four Vice Presidents.i 4 1, last named who reside within the United States, Alio that lot of land and) house thereon in the levied on to mtify Ibo said Theodore Floard ofa dcu, Corn II', 11. Solouiuii! M'Knigbr,

---- ----.-- but out of the Territory and that the bill in the city of St.; Augustine, iu Barrack Ward boun I, debt of twelve hundred and seventy four dol3r 3.1 Artillery. ii ar t. Wtu. Alock.

A splendid reception !bus berg given in I. cause is filed.-OapcRXD that the said defendants ded on the north, by the lot belonging to the late and ninety one cents;together with nineteen Ser l. David Uog s, Com', II, V.S. 4U. \.

Nashville to the gallant Tenoesso volunteers I ,except. the last three named appear and Col. J. G. Forbes; on the South,by Barrack SI. dollars and twenty five felllu..I.+. fie Marine corps George I.. Madiock.

rttla who: bavo just returned from their campaign answer said bill within two months after the on the cost by a lot lately belonging to Anthony \V M. U.DAVIS, Benjamin I'. Dross Thomas Martin Co. t.
Proctor aud on the west, by George's Street
Marshal.
IoW in Florida. first publication of this order. and that the three Deputy C. D.
last named defendants appear and answer the measuring north and south, nineteen varas and JiDuuyGth.IS31., .
said bill within four mouths after the first publication two feetand east aud west ;wenty nine varas, JohnCross Sergt._ Thomas Mul-
.
MARRIED, or Ibis order otherwise the raid bill bo ta. tbe said house and lot being at tbe date of said Muses t.. Uarbartr, U Ii; .a. Cuinn. D. CJ

Latt evening; .by the Rev. David Brown, le npro cnlultl. mortgage occupied by the family i ofGeorge A n- An ORDINANCE providing fur the appoint. James Cahill James Maguire, Ma-

Los CLARK President of the South And it ts further ordered that this, order be dersou, Esq.: ) ,. njtsnt of a Treasurer for the City of St. Angus, tiers t. Charles Copes Hue Corps,
Esq. -
published once a week in the Florida Herald Ali",tJlat certain tract or. lot trf ground i In the that Hubert Carlm. Peter MaoucComp.! ,/

; ern Ufo Insurance and Trust Company to published in St. Augustinefor consecutive city of St. Augustine.knowtriy the name of See 1. Us it ordalaed ly the Mayor and Aldermtncfiht James Cunningham, D. :2

Mi*. Urn STOKE*., of New York State.' months. Southern, bounded on the west by Catlota CitacfSt -g.i., That there shall COUll)', F. James Malon..,Comp
Dated Deeember7lh,1830.: street; on the north,by a l lot,called central lot;on be. appointed annually by the said Mayor' and D. E. .
I MARINE l1RlWAl f o JAMES WEDD Jails.A the east by the waters of the harbor and on the Aldermen Treasurer for the said city who
J. Dimick Julia t
.Copy south by a small alley or lane,measuring in fronton before[ entering upon the discharge of Ibo duties Capt. AleLaae
A. A. M. J.CCSOK! Clerk.PJtOMPEVTIJS. Carlota street, seventy three feet and in ofhis office, shall give bond in the penal: sum Kohrrt puuhani, 3 Wui.MetzIcrCo.B.
depth, four bundled and fifty feet, down to low of ono thousand dollars with cno ur more good Isaac Drise, P.Capt. a ...

a water mark. and sufficient surest or sureties, to lie approved Wm. Dulaur, Licul. Den Pool. U.

: OF A And also all that certain lot of ground Hospital by the said Mayor and Aldermen conditioned E. s. .\. 3 .

Monthly Ettterarff Gazette ward city of St.Augustine, bounded ou the for the faithful performance of those duties. talent Alviu Easmi. Win. II. Prayne.Co.

via PORT OF ST. AUGUSTINE. '1'0' IJB ENTITLED west in fronton Charlotte street on the south See. 2. tie itftrtUi ordained That all .Wunsicur.111.. SI. D. i
I moneys
... by a lot and premises occupied (at the date of the a
F., e8 m:1ZUomO A agi which have heretofore been collected or wlmhmay .1 Eldridgo.: U. .
SAILED. TilE want of a Literary periodical devoted mortgage) by William lAying.tun, on the north : hereafter be collected for the UMI and bene F. Capt. John J. Reily.

sus Seh. Amrlia Norton Charleston to light and by a narrow anewhich separates it from proper. fit ofthe said cityshall bo paid over to Ibo Treasurer Hubert Fitzgerald, Eiltti) Hug crs, Co. .
/a the entirely elegant! literatuie has, we ty, at the date of the mortgage,owned and occupied thereof. I
Ojfint. A Schooner supposed to believe, been long felt in this community. A by the said Dirk Ficiscbtuan ; and on the C.lI.Fisk. II.G. .

be |he 8. S.. _Mills from_ __ Charleston.Superior work rendered accessible to all by its cheapness east byMatauza river. Sec. 3. BcVfurt ,tronlaintil. That no money John Riley
t. --: o : ; -- _-- and shall bo drawn irons the Treasury of taiJ
; i 9f price, amusing attractive by a studious city ex. Jus. GalchHI, Sorgt. John Uissick. 1
l10HrlnasterllIDistrict > \ avoidance of the al'.triseness of critical re And also all that lot of ground,in said city of Copt| ou appropriation made by the 'Mayor and Major U. S. .Mn S. t
search or the deep learning of St. Augustine, bounded fronting e'lt. on Su Aldermen aforesaid : and that all orders for tie : :(}
to of Florida. would we doubt not be ancounl Sbiloaoph1. George Street ten Spanish vans,and in depth payment of money by tho said Treasurer, shall riue Corps, Lieut. Win. E.Stark }

.4 IN CHANCERY.i ported. It is under such an inipresnion that w.beg forty six varas, bounded on the north by the lie signed by the said mayor, aud countersigned Warren Garduer U. Marines\ i 1
5 i Abby Dexter widow and administratrix of Ho- leave to offer to the public, our proposals for house and lot of Juan GUnoply, south by'the by the Clerk of the Hoard.3ec.4.licitfunfitrordainedThull. S. Army. Scrst.: George Stetv-
ratio 8 Dexter deceased, Thomas Dexter, eutp.rin.luto the present labor. house of Antonio Bsya, east by St. George's' shall be II. art, Camp. F.
and Mary Dexter The *'CoROUL.! shall. therefore with this dtreet,and west by the house and lot of Antonio tbe duty of said Treasurer to render au account Capt. James G.ItusJohn Smith \

,.. view,be exclusively confined to such subjects as Puns deceased. quarterly of all moneys which shall. come into his I ton. U. S Marines Uichd. Sike's, lit
" WiHisrn M. Gibson will attract Iud engage the imagination: ,without tad also, all that lot of round in tbe said city bands Treasurer as aforesaid Dr. Gilbert M. Hulso .
es fUBERED. by his Honor the Judge of the involving it In the labors of study or the fatigues of St. Augustine, bounded as follows .-On the See.6. lie it further ordainI, That the said I Isaac C. Henderson Arl'y. \
to Court for the Eastern District of menu application. The allurements of Poetry south by an alley, on the north, by a lot of the Treasurer dull l be allowed two and a half percent i Joseph Spoonts,
t. Florida, dint a bill in the above cause being shall not be neglected ; subjects of general heirs Mateo Geradarrama on theeast by a lot upon all moneys received by hits and two John Harts, J. D. Susses. .
e, fated In Clerks office of ibis court at fit. Augustiae interest in science shall be treated in a popular of the heirs of Andreas flemenos and on the I ends, half per cent upon all.um. di.btir,ed by James Huhbanl, Co. T.
|*M by an affidavit, it appears that th*defendant style and thelatest. and most fashi e nable works west by a lot cubs estate of Michael Crosby him as a full compensation tar his services.. lit hi Art'y, Ccpt. I.evi Twiggs.

. ]Wm. M.Gibson resides in this territory but shall receive nn early and impartial notice t while measuring iu front east and west fifty seveji and i'assed. Decamber 5, 1836. Daniel Hcardy. Co. (Marines) v. .
j without ibis judicial district; therefore the slidHiefeada&t interesting Tales, and pleasing Essays, shall half feet,and depth south and north sixty feet 'r. II. 'GOULD, Mayor. II. 1st Art'y.Jtaunlacr Francis Turner. 1st .
$4 is required to appear in this court and combine their influence to store its P'r-" with a more 01 .less. .*' Test, DF.RNAKDO 8EGUI, Clerk. llalscy Art'y 2
[mer the said Wl$ ftcd, wkfem two .ou t.. fund of and interest that render And certain of I *
I, amusement may also a tract land containing Stephen: U. Herri- Mrs. II. M. Town-
OlD the
date of Oslo o It the of those who shall honor four hundred and four situated .
worthy support acres,
t. M wdl!be taksn ... him.JRODMAN. man, Cotnpy E; send,
pi.ural. afoieat
it with their patronage. In the County ol St. Johns, Territory 41b Art'v \"'.
t r A competent Editor will be, engaged, and alortfoid. oa the East side of St. George's Lake WOOD WOOD Thomas
Hurst MaSer
g .rfortfcecomplftinants.,| will add the assistance of : d i Ezra 11. Wilriuo -
berch collaborators of talent DOW in the ceonty of Mosquito t tbe first line .
Bto, 1696 their eontributiona. running north, thirty east, sixty chains from a 1 WILLrteeive at my office until the 15tb Corps, lard (Marines.) 2

'I ,f For 8 Ie. stars | I cypress to a pine tree t second hue souUi evenly inst. sq&led, proposals for iuI plying the U.S. William 1 uhberset. Clirislopli t*. Webb. _
. The "Coronal" will be published oa the first I east thirteen to, a pine ; third I linexl'no.th sixty 1'rotJp' atU 't p oat wills Tw Lutist cards 01 Robert B. Harden .- i
00 ACRES OF LAND near of every menth.add will consist of 33 pages royal four east, fifty, to a pine;fourth 1 IjLqQ.'SOotb; fifty- ,1Otl.r dillJlIh Oak If nod. tu be aeliYered find EI.IAS 'VALLEN. r. M.\
d '' Dunn's Lake. octavo,(making volume uf 284 I west,sixty to snub i eixth line formed and bounded I, corded Od'Wood Yard at the St. FrancUDar. 8t Augustine Dec.31. \

44iE! Acres near Pieolata. pages) o.Ogocd viper, at7TWO DOLLARS by sold lake "' -ru racks such times and in such quantity not ex .. .
Sundry LOTS and HOUSES ia town.JWANTEDTollREr '. AND FIFTY CENTS per annum, payable in Tbe aforesaid tenements, mortgaged as afore. ceeding Fifty Cords. a mouth, as the A si. Q r. = ,.

I advance. said are subject to a previous assignment made blaster, ua post may require. Proposals will Notice.
1 | The work shall be commenced on'the I st ofJa. by the said Dirk Fltl.bman.dated J2th October be ,0I+rsc4'. "Proposals for furnishing Fire fiS IX weeks after date 1 shall
either the
HAND
to
| \V apply
g nasty 1837 should a sufficient number cf Subs- 1825, to bis,trustees Davis -Floyd Ednlrd It. ood"
K9 Judo of the
Mock Com
or ae County of hi.! Johns
bJ' t .... or tho year.
+ HARVEY
.. tubers warrant the undertaking. Gibson"William II. Simmons and Ueo.Gibbs, DROWN County for letters of Administration
I Appt Rt at Otis oI1eo. BURKE & MILLER all of w bom then resided iu the city of St. An. A. A. Cir. Master. of JKHV Uauaawaon. deed.JAMEfl. on the estate

A.cue. March> 8...1967. Cattleitei, 8. C.Nev. I, 1836. ......1..1 tlrt t'3 Waerdt oft....... o jf Fort Marion March 11837. M. GOULD. _

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AN ORDINANCE rshting patrols for tho or io huts bis process forthwith, in the name of NAORDINANCEto iffujata( Uio motto ofgrai. orderly or Improper conduct at 0 tI
MAYOR'SCITY OFFICE City of 8u Augustine. acid. city, directed as Abu,. pioyitled, against tin; and i"uiDliconn. fortbe retailing of p lace where! b.s she eat b+1 .ha-K1.."
or ST AUGUSTINE, > I "'tlfrra..it is necessary and "expedient fir every suibdelinquent, requiting him tu appear spirituous, vinous and other intoxicating: liquors I such liquors for ale or Mail os ...,.It
the (oo J govcrntiiont of the City of c>t. Augus before lle: said Mayor at such limo as bo shall within the City of St. Augustine, and or Nine Pin Ally,for pobUe tsr.it ...
25tli Jtinimrv. 1837. ) i tine" the safety of the inhabitants thereof "the designate, and shew cause, if any bo baa or can for other purposes. fur fort >Mayor send AWe,.. of .
t JNOT1CE1S HEREBY GIVEN t preservation of the public moral*,""-and the prevention she\; wiy a tine should not be assessed againsthim D. it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of upon due proof tbtieof.to tape ftn II
of offences.agaiust the public peace." mud the iclui n of lira said commandant shall lia C.tJ or St. Augustino.1'natatsliall not be I;I son 01 persons his, her.rlMit fie et
'That conformably to a that a regular and efficient patrol bo established be sufficient*WM*JIJt<* evidence of such delinquency awful for any por ua or persons, "within the I I always. that such peraooultaH .hat e.
resolution of tho Council of therein by the Mayor and Aldermen of said city. units .ofsaid cit,, in .nl tuauner teach) or otherwise : of thecbaiiomado against him, t ...-.
City Wherefore it hereby ordained by the said See. 12. Bo it further ordained. Tint if the dispose of fur purpose of gain, any wi-I and anonportnmty to answer the_.. '
i St. Augustine( tho following sections Mayor aud Aldermen That eery white male person appointed to command said patrol, nous, 'I. l teulI., malt, or other intoxicating I Sec lU. U. it rurah ror.w"ed.
inhabitant said city, over sixteen and not exceeding shall ntgtcci or refuse to perform or any of the liquors, lo any person or perron within assessed inter tboor diitat.ce, ibex
of tlio act of' tho Lb'I'CrritorY sixty years of age shall be liabla to do duties required of him by this act, he shall on con time liulits of the Iity of at. An;uslin *, in a |less which i. otherwise special!>

tive Councjl of lireerittltled of patrol duty, therein. victiunbefurtl this said Mayor, be fined in any quantity I tin n line quart. or tu have or keep .fur |I II maybe: collected in then me manner Wow
Sec U. lie it further ordained That the mayor sum nit less than five dollars: nor more than use, Slay Milliard 'I able, Nine I'm Alley, sir any tided for Ibo rolleetion ofan, fine s.i
r Florida, An Act relating of said City: shall cause every such while male twenty dollars; and ir any other member of said | Carl, Drayorother Carriage, for Imeorreward, 'i it assessed under the first section oft_ehx

to cr flies nl1(( misdemeanors ; inhabitant to be enrolled fur such duty: and that patrol (who shall have been notified in manner I i t within the limits ol said <,$.y, wiuuul iuvmgfirst and sell I fines collected under this or !!
3 3I said may or be authorized and required to cause aforcsndj shall teglect or refuse tu perform all, obtained 1 a Lacuusu theieiur fromthu Lou if I hepaulinto the city Treasury i
," passed 18th February, 1832 sKill nut less than ten of the said white male inhabitants or any part of the dunes required u.. him Ly this |, cil of.jid city -unl any permm or &14MiII' otfen- See. II. Ue it fur ther ordained.Tht.

be rigidly enforced and all I to bo detailed for each. mid every night to act or shall misbehave himself or disobey any ding against the lott-going pruvtsmunuf tins or i i ii and IjtGsactionsof..uutdiuanedtora ..
{ I (pci form patiol duty within the limits of said city. order of the said conmandantor of the commandant i dinancu, halt for each; and every such offence, '$ itinf a revenue for the ns* of. tfce III
public on( cars, and all 1 l1 rsonslaving Sec. :i. Uo it further ordained tint: tho said of his squad he shall on conviction as aforesaid ; furrtIII&'d, pay; tu the use. of *.>iU ell), twenty J I. Augustine, and the collectionUth tlaenefs Cih .. !
I .i dire to tho I mayor shall appoint wine suitable person from bo ttnrd in any sum not less than: two i dollar,'0 be recovered by action of debt, 'before March.; Ig3.Jand: alloUier sir
a promote among lhn.o thus detailed, to command I ho s a mo dollars nor more than ten dollars: and. for the thoMayoi ol thd Cny nl roaid. or any Justice j part ordinance, coming whims 14" _
1 peace, welfare, and safety othis : fur the limo Lung, ulio shad he obc)'e,l and rcs- *'! non payment of any such fine and the costs of1rusecutioir of tho 'eac>, therein and fur time uuu-payueeut'afamiysucbliuethedefiudantordcfemidamitsway of thit ordinance, be and the hJtt -

a ,commumt solicited to unite i pccted accordingly, and said Mayor hull (ii wish the defendant may be taken and ; I rep 'alrd.and ordinance shaft| te iaaii'i art
e i ) arc him A tth a list of the men who compose his patrolat couin.itlcJ to prison until said line and costs shall be taken and commuted prison untill said line after its passage.I'asnvd.June s
in bringi i iir i all violators; ; thereof : leant twenty' four hours before the time when bu paid unless he shall be sooner discharged by aud costs shall b s p.iui!, :or mail he, she, or they JUd, J8v!G.
the salt patrol shall be required unmet ; who i order of the said Mayor aud Aldermen: or execu- hall: budUcli.iig by order of! the said )JuurI WCEDON.
r as'Irns 111 other?? violator.5; of I thallcjusohismen to ha duly notified, at I least 1 tiuu nny be issued and the amount of the judg and Ahderrueu-urexecutiuu may issue and the _- .

I the laws re 'at ing to slaves: &c, to I twt-Ue hours befuro the said limn. : silent levied and made of the goods and chattelsof I II I; amount of ihejiitlgmcnt may be levie.l i and made --LiST OF L E'l'1'Eit(
til'C,4. Ue it further ordained, that tin person I the defendant. Provided tfeat where' tho'peu- :.: of the good and cliittvl* of thus defendant or
I punishmcnSec. I thus appointed lo c.tuun.lIJelnid patiol.1..U||have ally of M hipping is by this act (present: : ed against defendants,MM in other C .sen.bee. I tfMININun I ; the I'ual)1It.. at
A 03.: Be it further enacted power to keep the men under his coin-mind in any slave, Ireo negio, mulatto or oIlier coloiedi : ii. Ue it further oid.iined/l hat hereafter ho ::1I.t| of' II
good order and to came ti| "'m to dementi them. i person, the seiitenconuy be commuted on the nu license shall be issued to any person or per.. 1&: tit wt icb if nut taken out in three

That ifaisj l person, having the Icgal i selves properly dutins their term of service, and (payment of a line of not IPSS than.I\Y" dollars nor sons,for the retalnigufauy vinous, spirituous, will be seat to tbe General Post 0Iet
control of slave shall sutlerto that it shall: be his duty to do so ;and that ho may more than twenty dollars, together with the | malt, or either intoxicating ;in a 141'*s quan. dead letteif.
a !I, divido them into as 1I.IUllfJllad. ache may deem costs prosecution. And provided also, that'',1 tity tb,in one quart. as afureidor unless he, she A.
or her to go at largo and expedient and lo appoint some member of each said major shall not be entitled: to any costs in they be ul "nod moral character, and Mull E. II. J. .
such I squad to command surue,wh shall be obeyed prosecutioncommenced, under this act.but that hare given bond \\atb :.t lea"t two good and.t Alel.ne'er.lent'n C.Vm. ,. ,
r trade as a rrce person, person and respected accordingly, and shall hate power I all such costs as he would be entitled to charges sufficient: te be approved ty, tho ...id'R \ Anderson U. rriug,, '

so offending shah he fined in I and it snnll be hi*dutyto preserve order aniongn; shall bo taxed up in favor of the said city, and Council l, in tho penal sum of 'late hundred &dot |t S. Marine Corps, Levi Junes, C -

1 hundred the men under hit command, and shall on being paid into the' ""-. nry thereof. lars, con>litioti I a sum not exceeding one i furnUhed with o list of hU mon, by tho commandant ec.3.. lie it further ordained That any person and orderly house or shop, and tiut tho person i; ::crgt. Tho*. BradMoutraviilj: <

.. dollars, at the dicrction of the Ju of the: patrol give them the requisite notice liable to do patrol duty by virtue of this act, or person keeping the .iiiM) hall be ol good !; Ice, 2 L. }

of the time of Hireling.tiec nuy lel.eve hiuuelfiherefruiu by lnrni.hins an ....h.., .fI'. "...1 'I'uthluliv IIUIII.t and ob" : ttluauriiI.asicesofsailI.rt.atiaeh : !Dr, Isaac; II. Hald-: Unit. Juhu
5. Uo it further ordainod that the said able burped sututuutv, but such person she iU be are now or 'vii T,
rySec. patrol hall, (sinless. otherv\i ducrted by the I liable t'urauy neglect' ur refusal of his substitute, i '. l,. tf.A.
m.y lnje.ilicr 'fin.uffirc.+ lit.'riin during the
..J. 6 J. Be it further enacted, said Maor and AlJermcn.) i 't at b o'clock. I'. : to discharge all or any of ills duties, und fur ev con iiai.ce: of uid Licence. I, O'y.n Hume Sergt. |II.| Q.

Tb t if any person shall give a I \ at the City Council run rich shall bo their : cry disotedienco of orders or act of disorderly: iec. :.s. IJe it .further. ( ordained. Thai' when' I'rul.iick. IJraiint-r, M.
,- 11\1. quarters, and where 1. portion of the patrol conduct if such substitute as though be himself any person or persons, hall desire tu oi>Uui a'f Jr. Lf. 5!. Alaiiue Ca'l'' Jubra l
ticket or license to a slave, who is : who may not l for the time being be on active : was guilt' thereof and the \Iaid substitne shall license for the purpose last aforesaid., it shill be
under theanother control or charge of duty,shall, remain during the ..ihl.aud that said also be fable therefor to the same penalties- as his i 1 necessary for luau, her, or thmu addre the DividHuc"Ir, LituiJubull'n
patrol shall remain on duty until broad dayhshton principal Council :she_ uriiius 1'arke Hones u. -
City III writing turning : H. .0\. 1
without tho consent of the next nluanin l'cc..I. L Do it further ordained That the said I
I
i which' such p ron or 114lIulI'Irul'u| to give, 1-crj-1.'I liu nits llrl E. U. atasoo,
dec. (i. ad it further ordained, that tho commandant May with tho advice and consent of the o
tho person, having such control nrmay and the location of the house, or slap in wiikb den, Comp'jf Ua.1 SolomonSergt.
31'1' U
of the patrol shall on meeting, divide said Alikrmen. for good cease sAetrsj, remit all or he, br, or they propose to commence ttutiutss, .
or charge, ho or she shall be fined ,. the sameas near as may be convenient into two [ any part of said fines and penalties, or excuse under such I license. and lo accompany their pplication ; Artillery. \\Wrrsi. p. P

in a sum not exceeding ono hun- equal patties, one of which shall be placed on active any person from the performance of patrol w itu a certificate of. _t least six respectable David; ill!! -gx; CUln'/ n.I1.8. C
duty until one o'clock A. M., and the other duty or dispense with the patrol altogether, if v>bite inhabitants of the neighborhood in U. Maiine corps CJeorge |I.. MsdL tl

dred dollars,' and bo imprisonednot shall remain at said council room subject to the the military authorities shall! take such measures which the said house or shop is situated, that the rnjiii.iu: F. Dross, Thomas 3hrtia! ,| r:

exceeding six months at the order of the commandant of said patrol when as in their opinion to render it unne- person or persons Urns applying for such license c. D.
they shall relieve the party on active duty 1 and that this ordinance shall always r
essary is of one of good moral: character and that iu JuhtiOtis*, Se.gt.nne. Thorns
discretion of.tho Jury. who on being relieved shall) tepair to :, receive liberal construction, bat the first and their upiuiuntherautfngofsuch license will Moses F. Carbart, 2 fig o.l. p
said room and remain: there subjectto the like order second sections thereof shall not be construed I um.hDi
Sec. 65. Be it further enacted conduce lu the comfort ol that lI ibbur"ouJ.- i I James Cahill JalnC'l
until discharged in the morning, and it shall! to extend to any person who may have been mustered And it shall not be lawful( or b1a;auSergi. .
That if any person shall buy, be the duty of the officer who shall be in come I I into the military service ..the United elates who may obtain license.runy., as pernon aforevai persons to I 1 Charles Cores Corps_

utand at said room to cause a light to bo kept or of this Territory, until be shall have been discharge retail such vinous, malt. or other I:i Kobcri Cnriin, Peter 3Iarua.! .
accept or receive from any slave constantly burning there, and to t.ke charge of, from such service intoxicating any liquors, uu.U spirituous such liceiue autnerize I Jume CUlliuban. f).
and keep safely! any negroes, mulattoes, or other Sec. 15. Ue it further ordained Tint all ord;. ( i i Couip'y Janus Maloo-.Ci
any money, grain, produce, or I i him mil iheui to du so) in any other house j,' 1" ,
coloured who
I pefsons.and alldiiorderly persons nancesand parts ofordinances heretofore in force than the one thu.ecriuuii! without the t/. E.Joliu.
or shop ,
tiling of value, without a ticket may be arrested and brought there by any of said i ipatrol. i i I in this city, relating to patrols to patrol duty content of the said Council, endorsed upon saidlicense ;l CUI)'. J. Dimick. Mr Lane.

from the master or owner or overseer i I! be and the SAtuo are hereby repealed and thati I Ilohrrl Duubam Win.
%
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Sec. 7. Do it further ordained that said : .3Ie.f
patrol be in force from and after its
this ordinance shall
1
I i i Sec.4 De it further ordained. That all lircn- (
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Urist. lb.
of such siaveauthorisingsuch shall bare power and they ate hereby authorizedto WEEDON; Mayor. 'I "aRC
I passage. sea shall be signed l> the said 31 or and attested
i enter into .disorderly house, vessel orboat Pa...ed June 23d, 1830PROSPECTUS y ay CIllt. \ : lul.II. I.ieul. DeiJ. (t'
slave of such of .
to dispose thing where they shall have reason to believe that any by the Clerk of* id Council, and shall take :I K.i 8. A. -

value the slave or slaves are harboured, trafficked or dealt e I L- -- effect from the date thereof audcoatimiue in force i l'. At in Ea. 11'ur.
person so buying, accepting Ife PUT
for six mouths then and I.
with be ; next ensuing, no longer .
whether the white
same may: occupied by .. %I. U.
or :receiving shall on I I- and he person persons obtaining a liceiuo 3Juli'ur'm.
persons or others, and to apntchend nil disorderly
or THE'JACKSONV1LL&COURIEK. : .. .
1 to re tail vinou, spiriiuou*, malt or other ;i llr n.Cajii. .
t conviction, bo fined} in a sum not persons who may be found therelul&nd take them ." any. ;.. John J
to said room and( detain them there until they ilqtiors, a. .fure.aM.haUIn, tlrefor the sum I I J.
i exceeding one hundred dollars, cau be taken before the said mayor and that: the i f HASLAM establwbmentof e fc UUCUOllY the having J4t",purcha, ol ten d.,llars.and for a license to keep and u.e ,i n".rl' l"itzger4d. G'lnd.( nft;rfC nt
commandant: of said I'ltrulor of the ar sparif7tvarar a Billiard table or Mine fait ,Alley the person or I; t:. !!. ak. U.t o
t J'i
and person
not L. Cur ill &
of the late ,
imprisoned exceeding Proprietors
,
re.tinlaucb slave or slaves, or disorderly prrsons obtaining it shall pay the sum ol t twenty i t cs.I Jt.l1a o
.
three months; at the discretion of persons shall report to the said Mayortlu\ personor i Co will in continue two weeks said paper and if issue rscticsble.the next dollars, and for a licen-e to keep and use a cJt t. ;.I Jas. Gatrh. Se,.r.Al Juliu Ili.r!Ills irk. a
tuber or sooner
mi p dray, ot other carriage, as aforesaid, the "
under oath the of any
their
morning c
next cause
the Jury. cap .1' The incubus, which pressed so heavily upon i I .j.r. U. S..tla i*.
I or obtaining .1a1l1'31 the sum
lure and detention;and it shall be the duty of said person persons rine n
E. B. GOULD Mayor to examine the charges exhibited ;I thii establishment to force it into an unnatural of five dollars, for the n-e of said city together I I Corp LiVnt.Vni.E.JSerst.
Mayor. such slaves or disorderly aud on againstall conviction .,; sleep of some rnouilu duration, i i. removed, and with fee of t.s o dollars, for the that uisnuoued ; \VHrn-ii ti.nincr! U. Uaaiu ".. b..
,persons
i to punish them if white persons by a fine ; Ihe paper will appear under entirely new and license and of one dollar: for every other de.crip- ;I!I S. Army. (.ttor"t .

r ... Estate of Anna Pap, dec. not exceeding five dollais each nor less than two we taut, most favorable auspices. lion ol"llceUl4lllllove provided cur. lu be paid lu ,, IL an. i otnji.Capl. F,
:4.ns..h, ... tap impriftonmetit legs th. I Ahhaughtorced bf the dunland. for a paper the Clerk of maid .uuuc.l..l1cuu.ICI1.lIuu for James G.HusJoint .
not 'silirh
lKOTICEi Thatihe txeeutor
[ hereby given. ; u ,...t" h.I' eU ti....in in ita ): !ilo.1iaJ ranks, we s
i.l of the above Estate will in four weeks from twelve nor more than thirty six hours or to comma I' enter with light heany good will," anu .up" Lie See.u.;trouble Utfitlurthtr;iu tire paring: oidaincd iiie sam*, That if I!I fun U. S Usriuc,. ISirkd. SiDr.GilhrrtM.llulio l k"_ '
them before the
this date will their accounts the or recognize to appear Superior nyperoii Ai 1t
present to our i n their ojrps will not be newel i: >
Uourtof 8t. Johns fur allow.wee Court at the next term thereof to answer said appearance or IJerfUl1Jt .u liee..n&1 t<' retail tinou*, lnnc C. tL
County ( County brethren. : llrndcrsoii. Jo h
come to our "rj ,
and slaves free mulattoes spirituous, malt, or utller intoxicating liquors poeatr
charge, negroesalyd as
i and settlement;and that in six months here I '
The interests of tills distracted and bleeding J. It.
filer the will inakd application to said Court I: or other coloured persons, to cause them to be I I I aforesaid, shall permit any sLvo or slives l tu J.hllri. Surl, a
of Territory-the varied scenes .
fut a Such discharge from their Administration of I punished by whipping, not exceeding thirty nine portion our lounge, or remain: iu cr about his her or their JamelluMI1t'', Co. 1'. c
his her bare I I, which are bring acted.-Uie tragic parts perform lot the ,e of tipuliiijor to r..1 I I Capl. Levi Tw'
.aid Eftlate. of which all persons concerned will stripe upon or back, and any house I II ed Uie untold wantsand sufienugs of our borne premises lUll p : I. Jt tlt.
take due, notice. where spiritous, vinous, or other' intoxicating liquors 1 main there for any ..thufJllul'use. unless! lawfully Daliellrlrdv. Co. (M:" .".)
that Public
houseless citizens demand a '
JOS. 0. SANCHEZ' > I may bo retailed, or any other trading ol ,' less, patronized and sustained, talented and. iMiiplpj ed,IT ..h.all.e.' 01 give lo such slaves Frauds TarsenM t.H
FRANCIS CUE, J fii traffic may be carried on, in which any slave thai I I' Plea, should be in foil by operation at any suck liquors or permit such slave or slaves. Rjnselarr' HaUer. Arty, t

I Ir May 'Jd. 1636.ZEPHANIAU. I be found during& the night season, without written .i Jacksonville responsible men.place situated.not on the bor. to drank any such liquors in or. about his. her ,i|I Stephen If. Mrs. II. M. Tsi
or'tbeir ltri-
r authority from bit or her master mistress, premises, the party o oltVnding hall
; I! den only, witbiuthe the.thor..a,..t ear 1 man. ': sent', b
overseer or employer, or in Inch any slave or forfeit aud pay, for the use ur said city the sum oml' r ,
KI ;G8LiY one of the slaves, free negroes or mulatoes, or other colored I I whose character is unparalleled in the annuls office dollarss! and shall moreover bu liable! 10I I t 4ib Arfv, \V. Iii

Executors: of the Estate of persons,shall at auy lime be found (lettering or in .I even of American border wai fare. have bis her or their 'license revoked, and a:., I i 1 Tlousas Hurst. Ma- Srr t. Fzra II. ae
: Jobs Fraser deed hiving adjusted' the accounts which any breach of the peace shall take placeor t The power and character of our Enemy, the si iv*> or stives so found remaining, luuugimi.tipplimug [ rise Corps, lard, (llsriee4
with the heirs and assigns: of naid estate, hereby whenever any white person or person persons I Seminoles.htve it seems, been misunderstood or driokiii, aforesaid tJ, uiiy be taken I William llul.bersrt.. ChrUtupli: t'. Wd tiEVERY
gives not ce. that immediately after tho expirn* I shall be found associating drinking or gambling I II I and misjudged of by all, from even the public np.audon conviction theicof) iifiislcd: b11[ Robert 1). Harden. I
'
lion of six months from the I functionaries of our Government, down to the I
date ha will
hereof
with negroes, mulattoes or other colored whipping un his ur l her bareback, not exceeding. ; ,
a ply to the lion. the Judge of the County: I persons or where any betting or gambling fur i iI humble corn planter ou the skirts of their bunting tlllrtllliuelltripclI. 1'ojduJ.Io\utcr. that the i I I ELIAS WALLEN.P.E ]

CottrtofSt. Johns County for a full and final money, or any other thing, shall take place, grounds-Unappreciated, their prowess, punishment afoiesaid may bo commuted on the i t, S .Aii: .lisle. Der.31.AN .
tttfaaent. of his accounts with said Estate, and I either in the day time, or night season !I their skill, their means of war-Hitheito overlooked payinentby the master .iwuer, employer or UU ULNANCE to BUI i.d-an i.rd
or Ms discharge as such Executor.: shall be deemed and taken to be a disorderly ,i: blue been those impenetrable fastnesses oversee, of such slave or slaves, of such nrmof a'silgtheoll'iceof City Constable. I .at. (
.I''J
7.. I'INGSLEYSt.Aulutloei5tb I house within the intent of this act and the license <: -Uiose bulwarks "not made with hands, money exceeding late dollars, nor less than Maicli.li.JI..
Juno 1830. I fur keeping the same may fur either ofsaid causes I'I I which nature has every where in this part of one dollar each as said Ma)'or may deem reasonable Uo it ordained by the Mavnr and! .\J! f.
: be revoked and rendered entirely null and void, I Floiida, seared up, fur their peculiar operations together with the costs of the City oft. Anguriine. ''IUI.utueti

NOTICE'is hereby given that and any white person thus found aprecilltrnl drib. j -their defenca and protection. The deeds which See. G. Ue it further ordained, ,proeeutioll"l ifany second section of time Ordtnan-). euiiUeJ.Ordimnce .r
PUBLIC.. Mesons, widow of Thompson | king belting or quarrelling with any negro muUt-" ;:I: the Seminotes have already dope catnesuddenly negro, in iilutto or other person of colour shall { creating the ulc ofCiCO i ] s
red bolts
startled those
Mason, late ofSt Augustine dee., and Josxrii i to or other colored person who shall a deemed !:|'' upon our costs* like .lounge in or about any. 'house or shop where vinous p**. 7ih Marrb I reqlirO tnnstabe
L. SMITH will both or either of them, at the !I tend I a disorderly person within the intent and meaning j,I' which, leaping from untie.4ed clouds, breaksuddsnly ,spirituous, malt or other intoxicating liquors (: to give bond in the j rnal sun ellThousand
of six weeks from this date: apply to the of this act and shall be treated accordingly 'I in thunder upon our beads. may be relailedas! aforesaidfor tlepurpose: 'I Unnar,, ', and the same i b r.
Hon.Judge of the County Court bribe Countyof i Sec. 8. Uo it further ordained That it shall |i i A new campaign is about to open. Such of tipplin*, or shall remain in or about stub house t' repealed; .I hereafter, before rntrnag I
St. Johns, for letters of administration on th I IEtlato he the duty of the mayor on complaint made arrangements, and will be made that intelI : or shop for any other purpose unless lawfully I the discharge: of hU duties, the said officer ) d
or the said Thomson 31 lIOn. I i,, before him or whene'er lit may have reason to Lei i I, ligence of the movements and operations of our employed be, she or they hall bo liable to arrest ,. enter Into bond in ho penal sum cf Two {
in and of the of tho Indiaus
lic\e that have violated! army Florida doings sired
JOS. U SMITH for himself. any person or persons and punishment whipping :, not exceed I Ing Dollars conditioned for the faitbfsi
And. Attorncrft. ANN MASON.Nov. : any of the provision of the latter clause of the I;I their visitations upon our settlements,now thirty nine stripes. Provided, .however charge ..ftbt duties of his office.E a
i there will at the earliest dates be fouad in the ,
YdI 3rd IS3G. next p.ecedlllgaection of this act tu 'IAS tie his process r"M. forthwith in the name of the city of St.Augustine columns of our paper.. ''' of the may of on I Attest. U. Scout Clerk. C
convicted such
payment party
M.t I The present Editors and Proprietors HASLAM sum !
directed constable
to in said a
; :
t An ORDINANCE providing I. for the appointrmeet requiring such person or any persons. to appear city be. & Co. design to pursue an open manly: and of money, for the .use of said city, nut exceeding# Estate (If s eo. S. ltl (1f.
ten dollars: nor less than two dollars, as to said
oft Treasurer for the of St. I j decided course-supporting the interests of our
City Aneus, fore the mayor and aldermen at such time as the TRlllC: .ubMiber : a
line.Sec1.. i Government and ) the i inter Mayor may seem just and proper together hYI'
said mayor shah designate to chew causo why j general particularly ;:' with all!costs prosecution. I JL blli.tatnr of \ e.UteM betik l I
'his her theirt icenee should be revoked ests of our Territory and Citizens-giving fear- i U
> Ids It ordalnvl ly the Mayor." Alder- or not and nuIGt..1 persons who hr\re claiiiH agiasl
lesily, "come weal or wo.. praise where praise ,,,. !CC. 7. Do it further ordained. That if
,
9 .rao/tfe CitiofSt Anguitittc, That there shall pronounced null and void and the said mayor i I any present M.IIIIH. witll1u9 lim|I'r 'er ,: 1
.IM appointed annually by the said Mayor and shall silo issue all subneonas, : which may Lo no i iceitary : in merited aud CClllure'Ie censure U deserved. person or persons shall b* l found I)ing in any law. II hi. aII'. (i.'CLU. I
Aldermen a Treasurer for the said city, who' on behalf of said city wished on behalf j jof j f; Truth, our Cynosure, and justice shall strut, lane, alley orothtfr l puMic' place in tln.. :\nu.tue. aitil. those who are :1-I
before entering upon the discharge of the duties f the defendant or defendants i iSec. our ISHniiMH be. e'IleeJatbsoarUleCourk & City iu a suto: intoxication, sucli! perron .,r' lt asio requested' to m:ke ravmeat I
of bis office, shall jive hand in tho penal sum d. lie it fu rUler rmtdairied'l'hat it shall ,|I i I ,ill b, published persons shall be deemed a public iuii..inrc. mill l him, or in mo ai M mJariu.:1.1), \\ (000
l clone thousand dollars with cue IIr moro good j' bo tho duty of said patrol und of each member weekly' and if the increase of our subscription h.ill be liable lei be taken to thin t"nllllU u jail sir ,\ltle t 1"att.
and sttftcicnt surety or sureties, to bo npproved 'I thereof to arrest all slates free negroes mu/at-/ lint shall bo found sufficient to meet the expense tn some oilier rUIIYt'lIi', and safe place, ui.til - lt. --_
bf the said Mayor Dud Aldermen, conditioned toes and other colored persons who way be i I trio paper will be enlarged. he, bheor they shall be' emu sal. ,,-r, and shall| Losl. ,
I tot the faithful performance oftlulla duties. found in the streets after the' a.ul1ruf Nine o'clock t Term*-FOUR DOLLARS per annum payablein inorever, ifa white person &be si t>jeciu, a fine i the Sub.ribu. a gold breast pin, or
Sea 2. lit ilfartkti ordained That: nil f I*. M without a pas from some tt hits person : advance. If not paid: till the end of the year, of not less than five dollais, and' nut exceeding '' BY shape, edged' with braided .
whieb bare heretofore been collected tnniipyn which duly authorized to give; it and to take tneni to I Itheirrespcctiyo Five DOLLARS will be charged. j two ty dollars, or to imprisonim-nt not Ics than .light ctunt color. and iiitai.1 with a cy
hereafter be collected fur the> and or 1 |i iII homes ownumor employers or 03 The patrons of the paper while It was one day, sad not exceeding Gee' days; and if a I cont letters M I fm.lei w '

BMJ Ct.... said cityshall bo |pad: over use to the Trca hcne-1>> ,' to detain thui until the next morning and report in the! hands of the late proprietors, are hereby ., negro mulatto, or other colored person whether ']! .suitably rewarded by 1lf. at the I
surer tbereof. i j jSec. them to thevaid mm'or. notified, that! all debts due a Establisment: are bond or free, bo punished i\hipping} !, not Ule", C. $ t:1UII"ctn

3. Bti>/*" iurJ"iatd. That" no money t 10. Ue it further wSec. ordained tint it shall bathe I It transferred. will be acceptable.to Ii u sLAts&The Co.paper to whom in remittanCo. its new- It(Jens rille'than. ten,Dud not exceeding thirty nine I' .: .\. 'I\lllut 21. I It3d.F t
t duty of tho commandant of said -
shall.be drawn from tlm Treasiny n fs.iit| patrol to ; --- ----- -
city
except rharactrr. will be subscribers
sent to 4all ; and Sec. 8. Uo it further ordained.That;
obey ail such directions ol said i ifany 14CJI II.IIElt.iLD
per
eit appropriation made by the Mayor and I mayor as may i
I I lho t* who have paid Currie><& Co. in advance shall be .
at time ba for the son nr person : guilty of unnecessary
given him conduct of naid any
Aldermen aforesaid : and that all orders for the, any II
I for the second Volume, will receive the remain of I DLIUt
,
halloing
whooping, or making
paynoai of money Ly the said Treasurer, shall oatrulaotuicrossistelatwith this or uny other any unii I WEDSESDAY
ing numbers, be placed on our books as ..ub.crihera ; *
sual' riot disturbance
bo sifsed b, the said nuvor: and countersigned law in the Territory Florida. and credited noise or in any street
the
bf the. Clerk of the Boast! I Sec 11. lie it further ordained That' it shall No apprehensions need amount be paid.entertained thatstoppages laue..lle", or other public .place in said city, BT
JAMES GOULD
and
each M.
every I person 10 nt ending shall .
Ikc. 4. lit be on con
itfirthtrordained.ThMil shall lie the duly of the commandant of tho
patrol to
of the and delays of issuing .
,
paper thereof if white
yiction
f be liablo
the duty ofaid'l'en.urrr to rriidf an account make a report iu writing, to the said: Mayor: it b. I I wlnrh have: hitherto so mnchinjured the C'oarur person to a AT
of all which shall fine of notice I than five nor more than twenty FIVE DOLLARS PER ANtt UN.
qoafterHr moneys come into his in one hours after be shall have disunited his will he repeated. IU SLAM & CO.
baadauTeasurerae aforewid.See. : patrol, stating therein the name of member i i dollars,or to {mprisdhtnent not less than one or 7 AT ABLE 1KABLT 19 ADTASCf.k .
every JackioMtUle, E. F., August 2l 0,1830.Notice. BArr
.6. Be farther ordained, That the said who thai I have failed, neglected, or refused to mote than three days, and its negro mulatto,
Traasttfcr shall be allowed two and a half per lelr"rUl his duty,as required by this act,or who or other colored person whether bond or free, e ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 0** &**
coat MOO all moneys received by him and two I shall have been guilty of any disobedience or punished by whipping. not less then ten nor per square for the firth insertion sod "
than thin nine .
lashes.Sec.
tad ft Mf cent all sums disbursed by conduct while more ,
upon disorderly under Iris command
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bsmHlfefl..I compensation hi. services. I I"Ii stating particularly what duty was neglected, or, fbJ IX weeks after dsto, I shall 'rpllo the 9. Ho it further ordained, that if any per. ty Cent for each subicqucot 080. .
i December 0, 18:16. refused to be performed and the misconduct or K3 Judge of tbo County Conitof tit. Johns on or J poisons within the limits of this city,bar ger advertisements la proportion a
E. !Ii.. GOULD, Mayor. di.obedielltlorwhicb any member have County for letters of Administration on the estate ogoblainedorwbo may hereafter obtain a license one will be considered .than a em

ffi BERNARDO SEGUJ, clerk. I bccn. .uilty; and it shall be the duty ofsaid may May of Jintr UxDxawooD, deed. to retail vinous spirituous, milt or other A discount mado to those who pQ

c JAUE6 M. GOULD ( intoxicating! iquors, to keep a Billiard table or by the year .
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