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Florida herald
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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 29, 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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BY A UT1I0RiTY.sk treasurer in the SUB of tboastad defiant 17 ;Audit ft .further (()acted, Tlrft to the treasurer whaabaH keep a can K>-fa! eadtr fewrcttioaa from the director that

... the'"I.r 10 the HID (fivetbonsanddoKars; the assayer.aatl report to tba treasurer the record *f their Had cumber sad weight; the cost shaft lie paid.... the ((tad tare.
H the raelier and refiner the sum" of tea thousand quality standard of the! bullion t.Maycd by that in receiving the coins ft shall' be the t&a&er provided for; and that the
dollars; the chief coiner ia Ibo sum of him ; end he shall also communicate to the duty of the treasurer to set whether the ceia bOUea thai! be of pod quality and copper ia tbeformerbtascasjta :
ten thousand dallars. And that similar bonds treasurer such information as nil! enable of tbt delivery are within the legal limits of At for passing at once sato
may also ho required the assistants and him to estimate the amount of the charges the standard weight ;and if his teals for ibis the hands of|h. chief coiaer.
tr clerks, in such sums as the director shall determine hereinafter provided for,-to bo made to tbo purpose ball not prove satisfactory, bo ball Qtc.Zl. And bt it ftinker enacted That .
with the approbation of the Secretary depositor for the expiates of converting cause ell Ibo coin of Ibis deliver/ to be the copper pisnebett sball be delivered from

e of tbe Treasury.Sec. the bullion into standard metal fit for coin neighed separately, and such as are Dot of time to tine, by the treasurer to the chief .
JF 7. And bt it further enacted, That age. legal.weight shall be delivered to the eielter coiner to be t 1'1 him coined; and all' each I
there shall' bo allowed to Ibo officers of Sec. 18. And bt further enacted That and refiner, ta standard! bullion, to bo again copper shall be returned to the treasurer by "
the mint the following salaries per annum. the only sahjens of.barge by the mint to formed into ingots and re-coined. the chief coiner weight for weight without
y ..- "I' To the director fur his services, including the depositor sball he the following t Fur refining See. 27. And fie D 1.lAr enacted, That fallen anco for waste '
yaws OF'TUB U9ITKO' STATES rAttED AT travelling expenses incurred in visiting when tbe bullion is below standard ; at every delivery of coins made babe chief Sec. 35. And bt further l< TilE TWK.YTT'foURTH C050&OS. the different branches, and all other toughening n ben metals are contained cornet to the treasurer it shall be the duly it shall be the duty of the treasurer of the
1"01'1 P lelltolf.f charges whatever, three thousand five hun in it unfit for colaa4a ; for copper used for of tbe treasurer, io ibo presence of the assay mint to delievr the copper coin io exchange .
-- dred d.'llan! ; to the treasurer, a..11er.lllehrr when the bullion is above standard er to take
r.uLlir.-N" 3. alloy ; indiscriminately, a certain number for their legal equivalent ia other nosey to .
anti! rtfiuar, chief coiner and engraver, each fur silver introduced into the alloy of gold ; o1ri.te. of each variety for the annual any persona who shall'apply lor.....: Pro-
AN ACT supplsmeatar. ta tbe net entitled two thousand dollars; tote assistants and and for separating the gold and silver, when trial (ibo number being prescribed sided That the sum asked for be eat .less
"An pet establishing a mint.and iegulatog| clerk, such annnal laries.sball be allowedas these metal exist together in the bullion ; bj die director) which shill be carefully I.. than a certain amount to be determined ty \
{ tae coins of the United Stain the director may: determine, with appro and that the rate of these charges shall be belled and deposited 'In a chest appropria the director and that it be out so great as, .
Bt it enacted by the Senate and bun of bation of the President : Provided That an fixed from time to time, by 'ins director fed! for the purpose, kept under the joint in bis jnilgemnt to interfere with Ibo caps
\\ftprtttntotivttoftkt United Stalct c/Mrae- assistant shall not receive more than fifteen with the concurrence of the Secretary of the care of Ibo treasurer ami assayer and so city of the mint to supply other applicants .
egos i* Cingrcsi atttmlltd, Tbat the offierrstf hundred dollars; and that a clrrk ball not Treasury, so as not to exceed in their judgment secured that neither cat have access to its
& IBS mint of the United States; shall be a receive more than inrlvo hundred dollars: ; the actual expense the mint of the contents without tbe presence uf tbo olber.tI Sec. 36. And U it further enacted That
j director a Ir..lurer..u assayer, a ineltrr twftlte workmen Iud servants shall he allowed .1.I. materials and labor employed in each of the 28. And U it further enacted, That the copper coins .may at tbe discretion nf
sod refiner chief ruioer$ a.id an engraver, such wagjrtto do determined by the cases afore mentioned; cud that the amount the chief coiaer shall from time to tiny do- the director bo delivered in any of the pria
t* be appointed liv the President nf the I U. director as may t.e customary cud reasonable received from these charges shall be accounted liver to the treasurer the clippings and other cijal cities and towns of Ibo United States, 'II
W Stale by anil with the adtico aDd consents according IP their respective stations for, and appropriated. fur defraying the portions of bullion remaining after Ibo at the cost of the mint for transportation.Sec. .
sf the Senate.I and occupation; and that the salaries provided contingent expenses of the mint. process of coiuiug, and that the treasurer And be it frrrtkuenacted, That the
y I Stt.Z.Andlt it further enacted, TfiatI shall bo "payable in quarter )'e..I>' ius- Sec. 19. And be further enacUd. That shall keep a careful record of ibeir amount. money received by abe treasurer in exchange
I the respective duties uf the officers uf }the taltuajis.Her. from the report of the assayer, and the Sec. 29. And be further enaettd. That for copper coins shall form a fund ia bit -
I aiat shad lie a* fullans: 8. And be further enacted, That weight of the bullion the treasurer shall estimate in the treasurer's account with the chief bands, which shall be used to purchase
First. The director shall have tbe control the standard for both gold and silver coins the whole vluo of each "tpal .a. coiaer, the chief coiner ban bo debited with copper;planchets, and to pay the expense of '
I tad ssnaRemeutnf: the mint the snperin; tof the United Statessball beieafier bo such and also the amount ..f the charges or deductions the amount in weight of standard metal of transportation of copper coins, and that if
ttadence! uf the ..1iCt.'tlaad ren..... employ that uf une thousand, parts by n right. nine : if any ; of all which lie shall give all the bullion placed in bit bands, and credo there be a surplus the same sball be appropriated .
t4 therein, and the general regulation and hundred shall be uf pure metal Iud one *detailed memorandum to tho depositor; iced with the amount also by weight of all to defray the contingent expenses of
stf ervifioo of the business, uf the severalafaatbes. 'hundred uf alloy and the alloy of the silver and to shall also give, at the same time un the coins,clippings, and other bul'ion delir the mint.
4w And In the month of January uf coins shall be uf copper and the alloy of the der his baud a certificate of abe net amount ered bj him to the treasurer t and that once Sec.39.XaJ6* further enacted, That '
even year be shall' make report to the Pm. gull shall bo of cupper and silver providedthat of the depotite, tu be paid in coins of tbe at least in every year, ateucb time as sid all acts or part of acts or pan of acts hereto
4i i&st of the United States &f the uperatU ', the silverdo nut exceed one bait of Ibo same species of bullion as that deposited. director shall appoint the chief coiner shall ( reJUltd. relating the mint and cotes of
ill the mint and its branch fur the Tearpotte4tg. whole alloy. 1Iett. 20. And bt it futther enacted, That deliver to tbe treasurer, all the coins and the United St.tn. which are inconsistent
And also t* the Secretary of tier. 9. And bt It further enacted, Tbat of parrels bullion shall be, (rum lime to time, bullion in his possession that bit accounts with tho provisions of this act, be, and the
tae Trsesu". from time to time, a. said silver coins: the dollar shall,. uf the weightof transferred .by Ibo treasurer to the matter may be settled sip to that time ; and ia this same are hereby, repealed.'
fiery aaafl require eeittag,. r.rth.1I the four hundred and twelve and one half and refiner t that a careful record of these settlement, bt shall bo entitled to a credit JAMES K. POLK.
I eetratiftM. of the mini teHsaqueat to tbe last grains; the half dollar of the weight; of two transfers, noting the weight and characterof for the difference between the"bole! amount t.
report made upon the sul j *ct.Saroad. hundred and six aDd one fourth grabs; the the bullion shall be kept ; and that the of the ingots delivered him, and of the Speaker of the House of Representatives.M. .

The Treasurer ball r t. .....lld quarter dollar uf the height of one hundred bullion thus placed In tbe hands of the melt. coins and bullion received from him since VAN BUREN ..
liMy) keep all' moneys which*,, be for.the cad three lad one eighth grain; the dime or cr and refiner shall be subjected to the several the last settlement, as an allowance for necessary Vice President of tbe United States, .I
ass sod support or the mint; and shall keep the tenth part of a dollar, of the weight of processes which may be necessary to waste : Provided That this allowance and President of the Senate.
aj the current accounts of I be mint,and pay r.* allnoaeys due l'y the mint, on warrants dime or twentieth part of a dollar of the ul a quality suitable for coinage. whole amount uf the gold that bad been delivered Approved, Feb.13th, 1837.ANDREW ',
trite the dirertor. He shill receive all bul- weight of twenty grains, aud fivo eighths of Sec. 21. .4.cl" it further enacted Thai to him by the treasurer. JACKSON.
I .lion. brought to the mint for roiuaps; shall of a grain. And! Ibo dollars, half dollars the ingots thus prepared shall be assayed by Fee. 30. And bt it further enacted That ; J -
i I be the keeper of allliutllnn and coin in the cud quarter dollars, dimes cud half dimes, the assayer, and if they prove to be ,,'iabiatho when the coins which are the equivalent to [/VOID the London Ti...J

.mint exrept while the samr is If gaily plnerdia shall beJIegNl. tender of pa)nr.cut, according limits allowed fur devhiimi from the an? d.politc..f bullion are read* for Tea IlIrLuEtS&-Tbi. duarder has atUngtb
the hands of other tiRirer*. and shalloon' tu thur annual value, f,.r any sum whatever. standard they vhall be traiufercd by the delivery( ,the? sball be paid over to the depositor ,found its way to the south of Devon
.arr nts (mm the direct01. deliver all coins, metier stud refiner to the treasurer accompanied orbs order by the: trer.urer, on a and Is ring with great severity to Torquay,
i struck at the mint to the persons to whom Src. 10. And U further enacted That : ; by the atsayer's certificate uf their warrant from the director; and the payment and all along the coast, it has been very
they hal!! l he legally payatil. And he shall of the gold coins, the weight uf the eagle i fineness; aDd that a careful record of the shall bo made, if demanded, in ibo order in violent, the number of persons attacked with
k keep refelai and faithful, accounts all the be two hundred and fifty eight grain*; that i transfer shall be kept by the transfer shall be which the bullion shall have been brought it being seven ia every ten. In Exeter,
trso. .aftions of the inint.Jn bullion and coins, or she pair eagle utle hundred and lwcn-.- kept by tbe treasurer. Ibo mint giving priority according priority teat numbers are now laboriq'uDder it.
Hatb with the nfficers uf the mint and ,IhoIrpotitnr ty nine grains' that of the quartereagle sixty er..c::. And be ti /...)..., .M..eI. That of deposito only; and that la the denom 00 Sunday several churches were closed
( *, and shall present quarter yearly, four and one half" .Iu.. And that fur nit ingots of gold shall bo used for coinageof inatiunreicuiuaent.i...i, *b. _._.......n :. ......*..-.. of the Indisposition of i&eclergymen. ,
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to the Treasury Department uf ih.U. Suits nil sums uhatevt-r, the eagle shall to a legal which the quality differ metro than two t"umpl1hb the wishes of the depositor Oo Sunday tne scenes at tt.
curding In such forms as shall be prescribed tender ofptymeui fur ten dollars; the half thousandths front the legal standard ; and unless when impracticable or inconveninet London church yards uave left the very
that department, an acmunt of the cagla for five dollars. ; Mod the quarter eagle and that no bigots of silver bulMie used for to do so; io which case the denominations painful Impression : it i it computed that not
by aad dtibersrmcnts the mint 'for fur two and a half dollars. cuiuageuf which the quality differs more of coin shall bo designated by the direc less than 00bnrials must have taken place
rsrtipts
tee of being adjusted and settled. I See. 11. And it further enaettd. That than three thousandth frum the legal stan* and when it is considered the number of
tor.Sec.
The purpose shall carefetiy I assay all me- the silver coins hereiuture issued al the mil1lor dard. 31. And be further enacted That parishes around the metropolis near
f tats sued assayer la coinage, whenever" such as+ays abe UnitccJ States, and the gold; coins issued Sec. 2): .,t"clllc it farther enacted, That for the purpose of enabling in mint to make two hundred I, the calculation does sot seemto
are required; la the operations the mint; since the thirty Gr.ld yof July.oue thou in the treasurer's account with the melter tbe returns to depositor with as little delayas be an exaggerated one. One of our correspondents
,41 lad l he shall ago make assays of ruinssrbeaever sand eight hundred cud thirty four shallcontinue and refiner the roelter and refiner shall be possible, it sball.be the duty of ibo Secretary witnessed St. Pancras and St.Giles' .
leitraeted to do by the direc to *'c legal tenders ut payment for debited who the standard weight of all tbe of ibo Treasury keep la she said mint church ,.reIaDd states that the scenes
I their nominal tallies on the same terms as if bullion placed in his bauds, that is to say when ttto state of the Treasury will admit there was truly ."ralad even ,disgustingto

tor.Fourth.. The raeher and refiner shall rxe- thry were of the coinage provided for by with Ibo weight ul metal uf legal standard thereof, a deposite of such amount of public the feelings; the burial ground of the former
cats all the operations which are tiecenary tbU'art.Sec. fineness bleb it will make ; and that he money, or of bullion procured for tho purpose bad more the appearance of a ploughed '
in order to form fagots uf standard 12. And bt further ,enacted That shall be credited by tbe standard weight of'' at bo shall judge convenient and field furrows from the graves were turned
silver er geld suitable for the chief coiner, 1 of tbe copper coins Ibo weight of the cent ,. all the ingots delivered by him to the necessary not oiceediug one million of op all over the place, and such was the
from the metals legally) delivered to him fur shall be une hundred Iud sixty eight grains, urer; add.that. once at least in every year, dollars,out of which those who bring bullion scene between .3 and 4 o'clock that not
tail and Ibo weight of tbe half cent eighty four at such time as the director shall appoint to the mint may bo paid the value thereof less than between 40 and 50 interments took .
fittrpose.Fifth.. Tile chief coiner sball execute all grains And the cent shall da considered ufhe the etclter' and refiner shall deliver up to the asfsoon aa practicableafter this value haibeen place the undertakers scarce know Ing which
tbs operations which are aet"II'1I11 order value of one huodreth part of a dollar treasurer all the bullion in bit possession; ia ascertained; that the bullion so deposited grave to go '0. Gro'u l'cf mourners with .
ta form enta. ramfAriaahla In all 1 respects to and the half cent of the value of one two order that his accounts may be settled up to shall become the property of the United corpses ..lIlnlln everypart, for the clergy
tie- -Uw, from the standard surer-- and gnid hundredth part of a dollar. that lime ; and in ibis sett(ementr bet all States; that no discount or interest bill bo men to take his turn to pet farm the funeral
IstAts, and the planchets, leealllcItIi..er.cl Sere 13. And, further enacted That be entitled to a credit for tho difference between charged or moneys to advanced; and that service then the horrid manner of the
copper mint there shall the whole amount of bullion deliver the of the at who seemed
the
to him for the upon the coins struck at Secretary Treasury way anytime pave diggers (navigators
The engraver purpose.FUtb. shaft and be the following devices and legends t upon cd to him, and received from him since the withdraw the said deposite. or any part Sired for the purpose) their awful tea
with tble.1 devices prepare and inicripjboo one side of ouch of said coins, thete all last settlement, as an allowance fur necessary thereof, or may at bit discretion allow the I guage and careless maaaar of &Bie is
eegrava;,, all the dies sited ia the coinage of the be an Impression emblematic'of libertywith waste : Provided, That this allowance coins ruined the mint to bo 'given for the grate jumping and stamping the coffin .
t mint cud its branches.Sec. an inscription uf the word LIBCBTT, and shall out exceed two thousandths of the thsir equivalent in other money. -inch a sight indeed "enough to ap*
& And It enacted That the year of the coinage ; and upon the reverse whole amount of gold and silver bullion, respectively S.e. 32. And U it further enacted, Tbat pal the hardest heart; some of the moarDon '
the director farther with the of each of the gold and silver coins that had been delivered to him to cure a duo conformity in the gold and bid actually) to wait upward of an bear! before
" shall appoint appro of the silver coins their standard and their relatives could be interred.
.' Hating tn th.I1'Ir. there shall be the figure ur Representation by treasurer. to respective ,
assistants -
. of tbe PtrsMe&t an eagle, with tbe inscription United States Sec. 24. And br it further enacted, That weight an annual trial shall be made of the .
tntlttr and refiner, coinrr anilrogranr -
uf America, uud a designation\ uf the valueof treasurer shall (rum time to time, deliverover pieces reserved for this purpose' the mint !
and clerk for the director and treasurer. the coin ; but on the reverse uf the dime to the cbief coiner,ingots for the pur and its branches before the Jude of the lithe story below which wo find in one
c stbiosver en representation made by ;the and half dime, cent and half cent, Ibo figureof pose of coinage ; that !be shall deep a faith district court of the United States fur the of oar country journals, bo not true it ia at
director to (he President that such assistantsor the eagle shall be omitted. ful record uf these transfers, noting the eastern district of Penstlvania, she attorneyof least, very like the troth '
clerks are nece"lr,. Aad it shall be the Sec. 14. And bt it further enacted That weight and description uf the ingots ; and the United States for the eastern district of The following anecdote will show bow
duty of the assistants to aid their principalsa gold and silver bullion brought to the uii.it that the iusots thus placed in the bands of Pennsylvania, and the collector of be port beneficial the temper and discretion of ail

aDd( the of eveeutinn of their respective duties offires' for coinage shall- be received and. coined, .by I the chief coiner shall be pasted through the of Philadelphia, and such other persona aa honest man may prove to individuals. Late ,
. the clerks to perform such as the officers for the benefit of the depositor several processes necessary to make Gum Ii the President shall from time to time deslg* one night during an election a very respectable r
skill the direc proper
' be prescribed for helll by Provided That it shall be .lawfulto them coins, in all respects, conformable to nala far. that nnrnosa.who shallloiaet. as amrr tradesman heated by _party enthusiasm
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tor. deposite of less missioners, for the performance of this duty called on an tdhor.r.a public journal
the mint
refuse, at
Thatwbteaeversoyofiicer any
Sec. 4. And If it frog ewuUd. value than two bundled dollars, and 8DJ'bullion law.Sec.. 25. And bt it further enacted. That on the second Monday In February,annual to desire the insertion of an article! COB
or... mint shall) bet so base as to be unsuitable for the in adjusting the weights of the coin the ful- I ly, and may continue their meetings by adjournment taming some vary lroDelmpatatialll against
porajiyftbBton! account of sickness, of the mint t And provided also. lowing deviation from the standard weights if necessary; and if a majority of another resident of the town The Editor \
f* say other sufficient cause, it shall be law operations when gold and silver are combined if Ib.laot bo exceeded ia any of the single the omroissionera.shall fail In attend at anytime qaiady declined receive it. The partisan "'
fat for tba director, with the assent of laid That then the director remonstrated t the editor ..firm. At par*
metals be to such small pieces 2 In abe dollar and half dollar, one appointed for their meeting, .
uf these
.veer, to attached toM either proportion the author took his leave by saying, !
appoio some psrson it cannot be adrantaeonsly grain and a half; in the quarter dollar one of the mint shall call a meeting of the ting
axis( to act Io tie plaeo of suet officer that allowance separated to the' grain i ia tbe dime and half dime.balr_grain; comifsioners at such o.ber time as bo may think sit one of the two is the greatest feel tII.
flartsg his absence. and that the director no for the value of each DaCIa"Yec.IS. in the' gold coins one quarter of a grain t in deem convenient and that before these cam ia this place." "I dare say yon are right
.atll employ workmen led eervaBta la the depositor la the of,them and ia Iberrel.a sir" clhalnplied'laejoura.U... Of coarse
''' I Afid It it further tnacted. That tbo,copper coins one grain peDa1- missianera or a majority
HMfttasbesbaHfreiatieietotiffio find BO when bullion U brought to the mint fur coin weight; tad last ia weighing a large number j of tbe mint,such examination shall the two men looked at each other askancefor
eessaiy.See. the in of pieces together when delivered from be made of tbo reserved pieces aa shall be some time. A few -years bad elapsed,
5. And tw /writer enacted That ee. It shall be weighed by when treasurer, the cwef coiner the treasurer and from judged saEeentj and if It shall appear that whan,one day. they met Ia the street. TIle
tvery ofietr.asiUtQet ... clerk of die taint, the fireitace of the depositor practicable the treasurer ta the depositors, the devia- these Pisces do not differ from the standard anther came to the Editor and laying bin
..... 'exceptionUM sad a "cei"I"'O: which shall state bald bis. said, *Do reeea*
Before be eaters aami tao bnlliro does from the standard freight, shall Dot ex* fineness and weight by a greater qnaa&y tfetaia upon arm yon
;: .r..bit ... tHl ai eaeb ee afilr.tadoD 'tItre the description add weight of the s cssd tae foHuwins limits t four penny weights allowed by .law" the trial shall be ea=lider- her say partial r ompHmeat.. to you 99 each
, such
is ia
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,t. ateare States or Provided That when tao a eight I" -',, ) was too remark*
W of 9ailee bat if 'ce1l1.,11 "
. before its Talus ia ass theasafid daUara t three peony weights ed and reported as satisfactory; any .
> ea court el tats as to require aeUteg ka&o to be forgouea. *lt was tree 1 was
oftbastffeHarw ac dollars two deviation from thelegal: standard or i
Inoue ...a.d.arr ; penny greater
...M ot aavtltt*(***Mvd erfigeaUy. to can be ascertaieod. tao weight after ..Ide eg wc4Ms. ia thousand dollars oae weight 'appear tab fact shall be certified the greatest fool io __. Had yea printed
abut bo coaeWcwd utile tree weight of the cue quarter that latter, I know It weald bare caused BJ
the .. ;.. 0tNetc weight ia Gao titotp DcI' dimes* one to the President of the United States
Ie it ,1II11M M.teL ThatMere ,bullinn' .peai'"'' may 'of the circnaitaaees of the total rule la life. Tbe only difference
.. ; :;;d4; e4esre er flat .... $.c.10.; AU *! U /&eTf ,.* That peony weight ia one ia thousand thousand half'sighs dues and Itaa bo has a view shall so decide the officer errjgUcrs bftwaaa tu." said the Editor was, that I '

...i...: tae toatloB .T tsYetr res- from every parcel cf &**1*** deposited* for oho mo aada peony"al.aDJ"1ahhlq w tights one one thousand; case leablicated ia.tho error shall he tseaca btppeaed to kaow it at the tlme"i ,

...... ebaN bNe..O ..... to die eoI..., tao treassrer ssa!& deliver to tbeastaytr in ode then forward: dkqaaiHUa from bolding :their respective ..r .
'I. ....+etla. tocif ,a wffide&t prt4a for the ftarposeattattdiaetall half eagles t use pennyweight ,
_"'* HI ae mere said eftleea. Ids DsrJbtfSt. T8e stteata:of Leaden, '" .
.. < lat.lliW. .We ..... frea the eftratioaa' of the maybe sbe.chlef toiler shall) from Use to time, as copper balHoa shah ho purchased for'the IWHcJemAt..... .oftefc. P/TM..itwmdicalttsssoafiVe
titters)',..r.1 feUaj *&t i&** anmattt4A .... ttaratd to tea treasurer: by tboanayer. tea .....'.. A tllWat'
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do at the that no individual baU .be.baituhed to f provinces : iboti shall
d fur for their refusal to so. Looking cat tI' the herb, of
WAf Brit III Mil glTBr.w wgpi_. .3,rl a hue Y and sub ect'thea, at 'l&'I& reconnected with tho beyond the sea, but by 'her. royal. ur "in tae sweat o* fare I"
y Matt
fibii bit from blf beta, and ia a \ plat, pi, der. I ; .....
1* will! Congress consent bread. are Ibo divine
r to the torroouding ...... s silo l1ti.h I t policy of iho country 181.....
left
earl into the Union at Ibo present The College of Nobles of Portugal', i.IUJ'I.a.ed is square mile which furnbbes .
Wahoo in oar ; IOM.
tbJBfennesieeaint gatug
dark did bint Ie
thai this leas ,
gtw4wd says sixounshvehlodiug by tbePoitugutes at of
government hunters
i Will tho twenty family will
feg which is usually the>cme .Lttt WDllurorme lei some difficulty to get moment variance: with the spirit ef the Constitution. ( sow a
ill other house, at .
the anihosby agrteoJiure
aud
representation
.f similar to that of wonaded oll'lbe(fold. Said be, -it is a the
rv case and did consent that the equilibrium which at present arts, nf wHcb grkultar I.
I Vit ion upon tbe Thames was 1 } I answered. I was not knowledge.there, He exists iu the Senate shall- .be destroyed, The French garrison, ot Acrooa, it i is Maid Mao the iran of rivUiz ii 99tirated tube tfat :'" t

,.salad, were exceedingly! slow to it on m, personal tbo slave-bidding states a is to.ns.ieiiirorcod by an entire battery.Iu land formerly I "
by allowing t M ,
overspreadrests
gotoutproriiiont.of
.1 tfettt ia passing through the in the raid if would they bad have nut done. I told' him, clear. majority of two itdjTtbiit body In a Itte sortie (rum Tripoli ,tbo troops of and_ vi,cal wiUj blasts; of _.. "-
vNiois l public establishments they o'hrr words will CongrestiTever consent to Ihe Pachu. (e..1, Delis) brought i in several men scarcely lets fitrurions, U "tsa J
when the out provisions, and were erg .
as eel .
alsraystsit
lighted .
aseeotpletelf
f ftntsiiiess requires nl&tft in sight of the enemy. admit Florida, withut ot the same time, beads uf the beicigiiig Me.chi4ns. Tripoli prodoetiooofhii title lo it; be nut,
.dlnhliua'Vi.eonr.a ur some other non nppcars to be in good understnnding with more reason inquire Whai .
thank drizzling rain fell during the came to no understanding. He re w ae
that bad called fur slive-liiildiiig state to keen\ the balance Cunstautine, Tbe Sultan bas. recently. sent of him who proceeded met" Are
I tittle. proof_ .1 Jesup__ _,_________ aL n men__-" I ? r- ? a rvinfurrmentof troops to Tripoli." sand= families uf i 4
-- even cutsi'.tora. asda
l CUI OUI '11 mo u""p.pcr un u"pun
tAt Watchman.Gtst. During January: there weru 074 cases of sf4iii! around the square eiKe of
j From Florida I' Committee of the l.rA alatrvo Council, -- laean
t b Jack ton w. Florida.- will waited on the Governor and enclosed g'ORBIQN.1' indents a E ,.uhur,'". Ou U .Ia.t Sabbath .1 stave, whilst b. is gaining a
4 communication, I I Y .here were JU funeral*. J .ub.iicnre by the chaser M lyr
by the folionlug th+ Secretary.I ....
l President, (that was,) does out P I other thine*. I toM nim .that if be LATE AND J II'OR'rAN1'1"nO 1 EU- : 1 Iho e.rth uo'eplimVitdf Tie plehl leer

high estimate upon Ibo character 'ntouut his war horse nIter the 4th of HOPE. o AV rt T : I the coutlouaneo aods(>re"' dare 6f '

age cube people of Florida lie I tho.ught be could pot an en end to ScBtoua DIFFICULT CKKTWCEM' RUSSIA opposed to the increase. of mss...

buwerer, to entertain quite a hut It w as nrt every sou of Achilles A.IU "oJa1'fD.-U1 tho Sylcia de Grace, | Wednesday, March 29, 1837. ""'it loti,. evklenctf that the Iifw II.st

Female valor, and says, could wear the armor or wieM l the packet ship, Capl.I Ainswurth which left j jHavre -. .. Ii 'huntsman was not ibe calling d

nwoaaea bo could w hip every Indian of bis father. Fell. 3d we have our t files up to that i FOR DELEGATE: ; TO CONURES.mAm II I|the continued employment of

ever crossed the ,Suwaunee. (' I am, &e. &c. dale. 'rho most important) item ulj, iutelligeoce : s v a I hunter u pee e r ml< sell and with fifty women no would ttowLu: Esq. Russia and England in consequence of Ibe -- --- -- ence the deroitfJtloB ofja.

less do great execution. Sould the recent capture in the Black Sea, uf tbo fri; Our Indian A/ittrs. Our latest dates way that Providence prescribed.sus

I his General's fail to conquer the r/ront the St. Joseph TimttA tish Merchant brig Vixen by a Russian vet. i iselofwar. t from Gen. Jc+up', s camp are to tbo 19tli{) rich of way upon the soil', aad

suggest the expediency of his I I Gampbellt are coming1. We are The Vixen \\us loaded by au { init. Private letters stale that Miconupy inure until the. agrirutturiest e

trial. There area plenty of to announce Gen. Lztou lotto, English house at Cun tutinople, with salt bad come iu and ratified the whom it was intended.
,1 I raea in Florida but whether the candidate to the Territory of I treaty lately ----
represent for Ibo purpose trading along the coast of --- ---- -
number' could be obtained after the In Congro,.j "vo tears from tho Circnssia. Hut the Russians claim the entered tutu and i, oust iu camp. Philip) J'o, the lItrilt.

\ tioa of tbe President upon the h of March next. whole of that coast by their treaty at Adri-1 t it is rcpurted l %%a* uu hi* nay thither and I copy from n Southern paPer.tut,

4 their husbands wo are not able .a) Indian campaigns, have: furnished anup'e when the Sultan it U alledged oxpressly '. bad arrived within a hurt disinuco from it. iug commnnication :

ioftuence, (which if rather limited) REID an opportunity uf forming the ) surrendered it tu them. Tho British i' AU fighting seems tu be ended and "Answer to. the query : "hiefa II

.. at bis disposal facilitate the of most of the young men of Government denied this right,and therefore elcelllthe 'I mure Appropriate repression-l ......
and the citizens of Florida will no They are 'loud in his praise and refused tu acknowledge the blockade i! incursions and depredation* committed t ur lo-snnmiw triVbe 1" To morrow k

M lib* Government is poor furnish tongued stave been their ic- r and quarantine, and ciisluut' house regulii-i 1 by a few ':;.;llin- parties uf Indians, who i t MMine ..f II fHrtinn of lime 'fin; fa fmtAT

... plo supply provisions. Fifty in his laor-that wedeem lions which Russia bad established ate either Ignorant uf the armistice or will j it yet lu coma ; m day ii a portion; .,
.
cast hardly spare .that. number to g'ive through; our journal' Hussta says ibe ports of Ann,;ia and ttaero'l not sulimir every thing seems quiet. in which wo speak think or act
dirty answer to our loving patrons. doubto )(ale only were publicly with us ?ye terdjy is another poriL..
JI"t to be serious for the lmp man who has brass enough to seek, open, and the Vixen should! have gone there. A parry of these marauders made their l y-p...t ; hence we a ty : V tterdavIu s

... president, are too grave a ", with OSEOLA, and his dare Whereas she attempted to trade illicily appdarauco near Neauansville lust week day ii-lo-morronr will be. Wsriapriipriato

lie Paced btl! by; the charges comrades will not bo backward in where there were nu custom houses. She t and carried ..ff. number uf bor.e*. There t" say lu niorrotv it toes
I il&tdcrov a nature not to arouse a : .. O a peaceful countryman for Sebas equal $propriety we might
to ;
was accordingly captured.takeu will ,. say yrsterdsf .
of great indignation,!* the bosom We learn that the candidates are topool and confiscated, It is asserted la11 t stragglers ruling through the coun He who would argue that the
Floridian General Jackson as aged in this peaceful recreation.Gen. try and it will! be some time brfure oar in* i i- i k expMlu
murmur ,
.g some that she had: poxvder! on board, and that j nppritpriatp, ,correct,
...erwd. i. in his i/ofdre. the M surveying the scene of. his military! the vacate n as OIJren1.r made to set Russia :.:: L..hllut----.------,-* _rau__ -fl.lur"---._. i.._. .&:_I.IWO a.. III. .. tltA.....]... .fflKe...*.- .tiral..- t.MralliA. 11-- il-- romlll----.. _.ll._. InS-. .LJ...... ..
I ouch language, tbuulbunjusi., \tould in east riorida ami uonoianus at defiance, and test the validity of her war homes. j i tame kind ol' reasouiu;,risen that tsj
casable; if his intellectual {powers as =. I f tand oth-r vulgarities -
blockade. It is also stated tbat Russia --- -- ; are correct,
a
J'' bare amid rstnain.unimpaitcd: bo is most sweet voices citizens the entire coast of the Black Sea eliAirn'l j|I i A post is to be established at Alotquilot I!! air and grammatical.: A

j j table la either case, tbe reputation great Commoner is in Jackson coun of Azof. By the lone uf the English pa- iu cuuuectiun with the line uf |Musts e'ub- This I submitted respected t'
rids suffer from such
must in tho Piney woods ostensibly i I whom I received
Bitiaf as they do,'from the Cbiclul. but really for vo.tes. Downino is pert, wo should judge that that go\'ernrooua. lisbed by Gen. Jesup. Brig.; Gen. lleruau* i is '* the following newt
to-morrow is
however remiss they have (forme ly I correct. .Equally"
el the Nation, whose word with with ladies,-by the by a dan- I been iu permitting RUM way!ia lu spread. her eagles -. dtz and suite, with two companies uf duuth j I morrow will be .tr." %nt: *>T.i nwi i st"

law. sign, -for the truth is oar country is a over the Turkish Dumiaion, now rOe Cartliua Militia, depart tu murrow after- Tue* fay." that is, iu rather words,

We' freloos !o no political I republic. Dtmruno we forgot to I t pouts of it, audit determined in briuj;; the uuuu iu the jLieambuat Fluridd, lur the purpose : morro i it the day its jhtf calendar ,

few party predilections nehber a colonel., "He has done the state, ,I mJitter to an issue. It i is thought the Sultan uf electiuj the .i..,. Cujit- Hautuu'c : Tuesday."
frowns or court the smiles Whig service and when reference is made I What Mr. EJitur
and all Persia, aud Asia Minor look to i it your opiuioa
I and uf Militia
Florida. Curry inouuled
\ mocrat but we belung to and and circumstances of companies
;
)
{ pomp j the ?
subject
fur from the
I England a rescue grasping duuii Li"
characters interests. are II will ..Itu march for tdu* and
war/-he modestly rt'pliet.-hJ ton j uiou of the |*licr, will | tuceed -
autocrat.Tyro ,
hers; and no man;or set of ,men the Waboo Swamp." "\Vo doubt if Influenza i tu scour the ua their; route.Menitt i ft/"To-Moaaovf is !-a / .Ir

high; iu office, of any party shall are yet completed at all eeut.fO ', "Grippe"much or whulo has fcpread .. ,-- -ceuuiry-- rainy day I It'. no sotb. Ihlu;. Wfietfj%
over pretty : tho uf Paris amoug 'II o
t with impunity upon her rights or on our oars and when the word is I the garrisons ; the theatrical corps; ; ino* :iltlI"11 alia If'tight, and 7rn- I I Collies ..rlbo! order "rlbe teinet Past,

her honor, witbvut receiving mcr r "pull awty hearties* *we* of St Jos I dical students uf the "quartier latin,** mud dall Irring free persons uf color acre in* sent and) future-tbe harmony ofseal j

sure. i uiako "a long** pall a strong pull t' into Chamber of Deputies where the indicted the Grand its late expression. We need some otatr
Tbe language uttered by the all together. 'I by Jury: at setsicu -
r nut and unbecoming I I members, while they are sipping their tau fur inn lo suit these peI&ntic times.
only undignified
offer this for trcatou against the Uui cd States: ,
as the
malady an excuse
lucre
is Untrue. We do not pretend to COMMODORE IIA\VKINS. I I low and hoarse tones uf their voice iu delivering iu supplying the Svu.iuule Indians with .. J*" i5 the l'irilt! .er oatherregularverb I nal.arpruiil
citizen of has doue hi) .
Florida' .
every death of uo man connected with the their *To B > *
speeches. ,
ptuvUions and unnuuu'niun. They weie < Tbeprrseatirrprescnts

i weather power have tt terminate wobejicted the that there nf sincerely Texas, will deplored be more! by severely his personal felt I I felt Several iu different shocks of an of Switzerland.Earthquake were brought up and arraigned this muruiug aud I. ai action or event a'}pass

ted aH the harmony and energy of ,-than that of Commodore Charles I Ojcudoif! bells parts were set nriiiging., At
,\ all we,unmet do which that their ufccriaiuly, services' and .. j I I Dr. Abraham, the Raman Catli.. .iic Bish the present term uf the Superior Court. C'I'tftrs n charaitrr, quality: &e. atj

say, ardent in temperant, and of Watrrfurd died uf ant e isti.t*. This
.es, which few exceptions, from tb, inhis gene- j I up recently infinite oI T tease procedeJwon .,

ernor down to tbe bumbfuct, citizen 1'.p) in tho Texiau faults- bore a heart and its a I, ry sore throat. ; S.llllud n'right wliu i i. charged utli: the when, 6V/brc. as torn a*.. &c. ifi

bean at Ibo disposal of their couutr, and terrible to cause-cheering its enemies Had to be I I Italian prisoner coming to America.-A murder uf Sergeant \\ iI1i llhs i. April last, to puiut cut the rclviro lime of a foWtitiiM.

snore. than 12. .months. they. have general amcstv uf thtt p-' \.1) delinquent %...... *.M. ,,*.a .., .. former term ul '
h the Tir the tfu TJio 11..rr. .
to ......-.. -01 I....,., _01- ID- ----- troubles of bit- adopted r j, J ombardy-/ :ar.tt'iicr-- pails uf- Jlalt. wiiu f e are rules aod
t Inaul
I.. veJoateered their services, to aid iu '.* ne-WOUlel airooarncu sur b 'Dtelf. have been so cruelly 'prellset, Jy tu.e Austrian periurVuurt- ha. Leitu v EraUl.- --.- d- -a- -nun- --, lrii.1on ... -. nit -fn.,1 r.y..n rut ,Ie\'i.atb.. t..._ tS

a war, brought upon them by the ,mnnu'nent fallen nut as! his' chafed and proud I[' government aud will it,11 said thorlly' take the ground uf irregulari.y of thj lurmcr To. oni.is future, and can: only (..
place, theuiifortunate be
tits ud impolicy: of the General ( poismik sbipp.eu ,"dcu ..
have.wished in Ir"n ; ku u( 1ft % tiling 41C
the iu
... Not hour tempest of. from Civit AccTbhi to ",..eriea. It U not yet 'list.....
bas
.I. an J
elapsed, but in the moro deadly coil of loath- i well out doors are rorY.., the phrao 'to is I
of them have been oa military open lire ever We (have received M pumpblet vutiiled **auarativeul raorrun Tuesday, It i
: sickening di...... His
t memory | ready to receive the |l'crtOCUlcd vii-iim uf elli/sir i it i i. allowable t
often at their own ; according J
They thu life It*
a expense. will be greatly cherished by Tex- !' European sm.l..ln..li.u. ua auiTclI"s II:MrsJtax t
do.pu1 .
beea dragged from ,beirbome..lelr ur whusoever rule 0': i in
families one of her bravest and earliest _t'efen j atay be. The courtesy of Hiking JOHNS, who wa bill baruudl \tuundcd and -Cynln. Murraylarger] t
without
protectors, and their : per-
circle
)
of
!
to be destroyed render that service lament a> large the personal friends, lion Gut ever ought out lobe dispensed with seal, rd bjf tbtf Seroiiiule Indians iu EastFlorida. Culture Sugar Curse inJJu Ltiast I
death of
premature one for it is to the little of c
oo principle of justice could to them by one tbat was amiable the say unceremonious- uu ." It i i. dedicated to our estimaMe! Join C. Cllttlld.-\V. bate rtatf f t
wbleb; patriotism prompted. If the I in private IIr.-16 part etamunarcbicalguverumentafl ct- fellow citizen tholiev.lsvta Baown. i CI hl1"'* pampblel. and it certaiolentsaverytovrthi
,
ing puntillio. towards ) This
not been terminated il is not the ? a people who have ; picture of tbo at i
Florida. It was not a war of her From the 1'tntacola Gazette" j I(I nothing boast of but their rude republic I pamphlet ii au interesting uue. and won by r capabilities of East Florida.. The 1I

and certainly not cf her desiring, but 1 Gnt Monday of May\ next, when nism. They would not liko us to return tbe y,j jibe.. perusal of all, nhu can "feel another. ; Cane the Cotton Plant the Orttfe-
compliment uf
lean !
all
broBgbtouby Government and the J I export to them Viu. tho Olive
and
leJlt..o Congress is voted for the woe, or who incline tu wonderful exci- the Mulberry t* t
erm&eet is for iu I I as they to frequently do to U'. the officour- !* "r.he
responsible l pabulum Silk \Vorm.l
of Florida are required by>> "l law, to .I their tiug tales of realit fur urco. fi s
FJeril-. I II lags prisons and bouses ; They me sale attbtstore t tj
Dot VVby:, then are her "" deciae the poor by shin :: ,. cota furt and :good rhetr. all find a
I : eeapn I:
whether
upon question
ckieae branded as:co..ard"Vb J loads. j uf Mr. V. Sanchez, Mr O. Howard, Iud
I continue to live under I I i prubtle soil, in that now desolated i igion.
Bade die sobjccts of ridicule \ fond of Government our or present Au American' ship which left the United|! and !Mr. J. llansuu. The proceeds of' tbo I t w Inch only needs riddance,mow
the same of justice are they bUined assume States fur L beria, was lately pillaged on sale renlly near at band of its
government and esk fur admission are intended wholly for the use of savage i IJ
doing that bleb others have failed Union. The the coast of Wrstein Africa by some of the ;.'. the .1 attract anew the tide of emi t
inspectors nf the elec unfortunate
co8 pi h?and why an enlightened directed to Guineamen. Another vessel expected a I the I lady whose e'enlrul.liro and I Mr.C oaDcJ! entersinto a i

from aa enlightened; and high-minded be is for a enquire of each voter Cape de Verdi, hat not been board of fur recent sufferings, they detail audit isthcrefore i nali"... illustrated by eajraviopi veiy oJ Ita
Territory State
or a less
pie, presents their ease, Is he to j indorse his answer the ticket, than fivo week. (. to bo hoped that tall wbu have a spare lure uf the Sugar Cane and of too
I upon The
cotwkoeou French uilu'uter r
reproached fur the! sius of interior and also
In moment tu be whirled set. structures, and nte.8ibrrssary .
apparatus
their making their return the or
character and their the minister justice are both down "hh' away spare
Y courage i! are further required make change to bo bestowed in creative its juices ietaseiw. I(
r SitU? But we forbear; at some futon to re- the grippe. i : in charity, will cal ) other articles He
may rt&ew tbe subject.frathington. I tbe governor of the number of votes In Berlin tbo grippe attacks whole aud purchase. commerce q
masses. too to shear the 'f
the respective precincts for vastly superior ai. (
a state, Conversation
Feb. is absorded with it. One third i*
-- this culture Florida t
Attending ia
number ant
fur ,
Djua Si a, given a Territory. tbe garrison are dun and the nbole nunv t The Grand Jury for tbe like tb'
I the policy uf forming state I counties of St. pursuit io Louisiana; cbetrteg A..
tick
Ae i bare bad numerous' govern ber about 80/H)0) which most bo nearly Johns the b'II
and planter does
is much difference nr Mosquito adjourned this not realize more ..
opinion
the half. tf the morn
select of the of .
enclosed opulatiun the Prussian
totter I I i ilal. I
band I capi. | $per cent in the latter .:
one all his
thank loa to publish it fur the f are the benefits and ad. ( lug, after an arduous session! of twu weeks. profiaJ
which should swelled tu 27| ceut. ia the fiarotn
we
per
of certainly gain '
the Tbo Sultan t They have
people. increased has compensated Mr. Church found a number of bills. Their t) C'. advice as 10 the
1 am, &c.i I| power and influence ill, au English gebtlemau. for his I maoageweaiefi IJa
unjust im presentments is ,
in Rood and his
J would derive (rom an equal appear, our next.Wa ; suggestion as lo tae<
,'
JOS. priionment by a gold! box in
M. \ : set
i iWASlIIROTOir
In the Union_ tncnihur_ .__ __ ttiih__ .... "ha nuke i\f O.le.bl filmapparentexpressed diamnnd"1 men of overseers otsktil and lets! I
rCD.. 15, lrol of M valuable fund for education n -bit------ ,---- .--.... .."' .. i I' have received a- number n-_____ fifth_. ..a.*.. ..Cnnft'era ..........__ ,,' with adequate and cnmneatatiax ,,;
DwrSir : in lands which be ) anxiety to lead on Literary Mesvcnger fur 1 !shew what ought th.. uai".naTllI l
up cannot the new expedition to Constantine February 1837: dI;
Having written,three 'eaters to of. On I I''pulllih..d 'South the I
of the other hand is the bur Admiral Hugon bas hoisted bit by T. W. White, ai Richmond !!t'f true rcortontof the fdaaul
cretary War on.the flag on A '
subject, i taxes which the people would be V. vrrv valuaMe series of resaaika a*
day fa person to see Ibo president,to I to endure and which for a.r..., |t[,board then the fieligtnte with his at llrrai, aud Hill proceed Ibis periodical holds a high place j' settlrmput. sui, clJiMte and beap.el '

agaieftftfiy farther daft on Middle F !I least .would bo found very oner A squadron to Toulon among the literary publications of our Country nits from the pen of W. D. Costa s
aid to suggest that they would bave I nsw treaty l-ettsceu Spain and England and the pages of this number is t dies) gentl'mau appended to-Hr.Cessay. 1
to do to protect their own frontiers I is of by which 10,000 troops are to be fur .I peculiar ,I Prinled
Glared that be did not believe that is a question however which is nUhed by the latter and six millions of pay hart, rich iu the varied products of mind I No. 102 E. mad for sale bJ.8-S.

taaaaeoy draft or a call for one ; ontitled to precedence of that which in advance. No important movements ap : aud imagination. We make tbe following Bay.-Chariot** C.*rift*

evidence( of tbe (fact; denied that ft just mentiened. This Question is, pear to bavo recently taken place among the I extract from it, not as a specimen but as it
bad ever bad a Brigadier General' will be the policy of the general belligeut forces in Spaiu. The French Government affords PcftSAcouu: Mtrei V
tsaad ia the fielJ, and then becoming to admit ui into tbe Union. are to furnish clothing to the foreign an !argument, in support of the policy lore Indian di,6t.lti"-O"

ted fee said "Let the damned cowards to. admission is secured to us by tbe legiun. which has operated in producing tbe war Evening last the following letter wM c

4 tees ahtir country" (bat be could take be of the Treaty of cession, "as soon The French Government demandedof that bas desolated the frontier portion oft''by Mr. Joseph Rowers who case M i ipress. It

t00",. and whip every Indian that consistent with" the principles of Russia an explanation roriert.iottlirareS our Territory A meeting ofoarehixeas .iat

evorerouod the Stmaunee. and that tbe constitution, and the only pro i published in the St. Petersburg journals oa How sickening the mediately! called and it was deter'"
people of Florida bad dune less to constitution which would seem t be late speech of Louis PMUippe. are sentimental! enter at once, npoa measure ofThedisaffeeted
effusions
the war, or to defend themselves than put the right i of the people of Florida In Tbo House in London which bas failed antn which upon. the subject of the "poor Indi Creeks who have

otbtf people In the United States. He is that which declares tbat re* is not as bas been stated tkat of Medy,8eott! are continually appearing in from Attbama will no dubs afl ui u
if fire led had rc. ",h.n not exceed for & Co. but newspapers, fourth of July orations, &c &e. theF"
tbat
has approached into the t one of Thomas Scott, Junior One.might also upon the seaboards Then k b...*-j
thousand' that their
settlements of Tennessee and inhabitants If who was once Plna.rin the former bouse. suppose authors waters of Escaebia Bay aid the

one would bare ever got nut alive. He ., it be found than we have a popu The amount for which he bas failed is not cation regretted, and that h d they lived ia alaad of ci.iIi. hatehid River(a distance of ftM' ,, '.
thirty thousand
the and strong yearnings fur the
BM had better ma offer let the upwards, ".. ye1Iarco. torn miles, a stand we tt)a rtcjtoa ofextendiag -
ahawk .
shoot tbeaa, that tbo women might get have a right, a more naked rifiht The, 'Pl' ue at Constantinople is on the and blanket. 1 am very far from about thirty ar feny .l.. i .
baadt>> courage, and breed I la Ibo Union. Wo call (It decratoM denying that many instances of cruelty and the oW.-
men Gall which ia
op a perfect
w&ttW MInd the Gouts right, because if when wo have The Boyardson the routines rapacity are justly. chargeable upon the II
'' Hejrasiatcms; ourselves within Mondavia whites ta their intercourse with kea by any civilized .........s.-
there aster was 600 isnr. the terms of tbe still refute to the aborigi* ',.
o come to terms of reconcilia airs few fae.a atAlaqu. aacI Ie. ....
WfcM be bid finished and Ibo Constitution, Congress tion. ; but be who is ignorant tbat the b
his .. for savago or df""sea miles from tfetrt. TMi
ofeoufst, was not very agreeable to any cause, 'or for BO cause to The young King Olho of Greece and his must vilization ever recede before the man. of ci well known lo tbo Creeks. who .....
admission ii ia
Laid..*-ttffl, year Army and all your (} with shall hire simply bride bare arrived at 'Tien I, on their way to Providence ia ignorance of the purpose of meet". to do al1la their tradiaf 'at .we
.rlsBf.0 beta ia the field,why bave the patience. There U no power Munich tbe capital bit fathers domin placing us upon this globe, and bad to traverse the eeaatr? tM1
to and of tho
cOlq..I'J dun 0)9 .Iu, I M; in ? and "Ia compell 1 them to admit us, or ions. ed terms upon which it was bellow I scribed to reach Peatietrfa. Tbefe IhI IJ
compel then tp>> assign iho upon the children of Adam. "Bo fruitful
rcaion Qceeo Christine of ,
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Spain, has decreed and! multiply and replenish the little douIjtt Mittt. the CrteK ': :
earth, and J Jed, frost rtW''
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.1 tfc probable that MpwMot tbtirlinljobuet ) City Ortl'"IIHU' I Air ORDINANCE for prmatuif alii .. teupcrior Court fa the District

"coaee l* l, They brae been bun WIDOW SUSANNAH"BROWN, from An ORDINANCE requiring the diabinv or that may happen by ere,and for &he'e!p rrotE t Florida.T7'IOR ,
Connty. begs lure to retort don or Dnit ce..
Maria Creek.
Alabama and wi'
I" ted pannt..h I her thanks to the Grand Jury for the Counties Be tiapcbea See. I. Bo it ordained by the Mayor and Al TO FORECLOSE A XORT I
it ordained the Aldermen
or .
by "
doubt, tile, alone. be content to live iiptaet Johns of Mayor TRaIl 11 QAQE.TBOXAS .
CO of St. and Mosquito sis dollars) and the City of St. Augustine That denn.n of the City or 8t. Augustine
; If they <*ofM My thing to lira bra twenty five cents, presented to her as a donationby lots bordering'opon;: through which persons tbe owning sak any persons,of what aei age,or condition' C Rocsaitt, and others .paiUcuUHy

bat here KM tho dUc !ty. Having no rasao the funds of Mr. Ehas Wallen being the amount creek, called Mina, Sanchez creek within tta er,from and after the publication of this ordinance named In the petition. .

t cf ittbsiitenee, they will be obliged to pr'loro" ; of fines collected front the Grand Jury a limits ofsaid city may run, shall open the same shall fire any gun or other fiiearms, If .flVl
the chiiec Taking this ties ol the the present March term opposite to or upon their respective lots, so thai shall make or cause to be made,or sell or otter, Dust F&aucaA

mailer, the meeting of the inhabitants of ,_I4L._Oft'Auustine,2Jth-- March.__ 1837. the same'may be properly drained, and if any or offer to expose to sale any squibs,rocket 01 ta.TOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN that eoa'
11! J'eftiacoU. of which the Hon.Jobn A. Cameron .. RJTIOXPI.Cotrisuav men person: shall. after due notice from the said other fire works, or shall cast throw, or fire any .1 farmaoIytathoaetftaeLegUlativeCooa. 1 .

was President, anti Edward I... Drake Orrrca.8r.|Paarcu BARRACKS ) .Mayor Iud Council negl.ct tn do an, it shall b. squibs, rockets or other fire works, within the dlof this Territory, approved limb December
t, the duty oldie said Mayor and Gouneii to cause city of St. Augustine, comptised. within linescommeneina IdIU. entithrd"an act to regulate too foreclosure
determined i'
Marc*
E. 15,1837J J
St.
E,9. Sccrttiry. upon railing. Jvfttft, tbe at the south east corner of tbe water of ,by tbveonnsj of Common Law of
ti be aforesaid the Mottgagss
same at
without lo.. of time, a sufficient militll'Jlort' THE following communication has been cost and ch'UlettOrlb Opened, owner or owners of propel such battery of Frt Marion and running south along this. T.rriwn.Dad for other purposes," petition

tu defend the frontier settlers. Coin to me by.the General commanding: lot or lot, the aid cost and charges to be recovered the shore of the harbor at low water mark to snoiuteast of the pbimifij in the about caste has been daly;
of the St.Johns,and is for the information
D'Hm on being applied to, promptly ng. east of those concerned.published of such owner or owners by an action olsssumpsil of the Msgazme Guard house and : filed in the Ctera'a UScc wf OM Bo per ior Court
recd to send busts and men to gurd the I. F. KENNEDY before the..it 4 Blayor, any such jus. from thence to Maria Sanchez creek,and from for this dunk to beheld la tbrs city of St.Atvgustinr.

depots of provisions to be, establithtd, and Lieut and A-st. Com, ,of Sub. lice of the peace reeling in said city, together" thence along said and creek from north thence to east the old Spanish in which saW petition, UM ttDt.'DDlOIII.aed ,
entrenchment along said th.ld detendaut to thesatd plaia-
a uf horse with fifty per cent dcioage thereon. by
Wednesday company"
on o bet a. Ue it funkier ojdaioedi,That if the own entrenchment the place beginning, washout tiffs,are particularly described and wlfatth. Ta.morte .
Black Water to bo joined 'fPair.j Aie'T'AW't. GzaE1AL'.Orrtcx. I6t.
ed to
of the and Aldermen
the special license Mayor the luth Uo tuber Iceland
of such 'lot lots shall he is dated
n or owners or nonresidents -
suns r..lrt-.I might he raked in the Atfttitini, MartA 1.1837. J any in said of said city shall be subjected loft fine not exceeding made liable to foreclosure after the Upttoi seven

The whole' will operate tinder the direction I SIR,-The Commanding General liming ,.. such agent having the said its agent agent shall refuse city er to baviiif comply five dollars or imprisonment not exceed Isaac from the tfUUi September 1 SI9. TlM

i iit of Col. J. Morton. In the mean time, Mr ceucd instiuctionsfroih Major General hive with the provisions rvouUined in the first clause ins five days;and if the part) convicted be a property niiitgaged is as follows:-
, Bonifay hat into the ?I In relation to the delivery of ration, from slave,be,she or they sbAll I be subject to said fins
Joseph gone country of jhe ror"piallOot..OIl. Ib.u.t sliallbe 'lawful and
: Thatcreci 'honeandlotorcronndl lying
,. the public stores, to the unfortunate sufferers nine ;
not exceeding: thirty lathes.
'I sapposed to be occupied by the Indians will .: by Imli in depredations. directs mo to make fur the said Mayor and council to canse the said and whipping the owner, trustee or person under whose being in the city or 8t. Augustine in Hospital

. A view of getting infennati as to choir ,, you acquainted therewith d that creek to bo npene'Jand properly drained through control such slave or slaves shall be; shall be lit Ward fronting on the street formerly known as

nomt>er.. cooditiun ntid deiignf. No .'.1,. measures will, we apprehend, be entered ., sues at this post. These instruction it iunderstoud ,. public auction to the highest bidder.on after giving i summary way before tbi Mayor or Justice of ded in front, on UM west, by said street and in
.c'! ofits :thirty days notice ol such sale io some pub. the rear, on the east, by a lot, belonging to the
I" until bin return. .i are given in consequence baring the Peace, who shall take cognizance ol the com.
' iipnn lie newspaper printed in said city)as will be ruG late Daniel liulbert ; on the north by a Tot now
Geneial
Jcscr.thai
11 With regard t.i the supplies" supposed I to I I been represented lo Major plaiutt Provided buwevsrtGat oething hereincuutiined
."" I have been furnished to tne Creek I Indians bjpijrt'ioi great ahn""es had been practised in the receipt of: ficient to pay the costs and charges of opening shall be construed to interfere with the or late betoufing t"Juan Jose tiofqust,and on
" md draining together with tlAypercett,thereon sooth lately belonging to the
f the
by property
fI rations Nl | ust Hetleman. I United Slates or Territorial militia
Black Water have troops or
I living at wo and all costs t piovided always that' the owner Chrintobal llravo,aod now the
*1 I instructions will t hirtor property
I Conformably to these you with or per.oa..ir. in the opinion of
"I nude diliseot; enquiry and find that: the iu- :. wiih hoid ration front i ilit. or owners of any lot or lots so sold or any parts I the Mayor any persons such d tithe heirs of Samuel Cook containing, in front

farnutioii .>n nhich th, agent seems to have Citizent keeping gmtg estattitkmexts. :I I"J. or portion thereof may redeem the same by pay s deemed necessary,or done argiucfringitc.shalibe in the 'legal dischargeof or rear,twenty Spanish varasand oa e.ch side,
Acted it erroneous. There has !een ncciiuiiderntile : t'reqnaneri vf fuming tstablukmettti. lug tn the purchaser or purchasers at any lime duty or obligation.Sec. seventeen and a b.,lf Spanish varas.
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quantity uf mnmuuiion: or oth I 3.1. I raiders cftpirituoui liyuort ia the esirhbn* i within twelve month after such sale the full any. 2.! Be it further ordained. It shall be the Also,that l<*t of{and and hone thereon In the
here uf the : and amount ..f the purchase mousy together within of the eufoice city ef St. Augustine in n..rr..ckV.rd.,boon-
rr supplies, purchased by miv hood o J the Post I especial duty city messenger to
mentioned in the letter. Tho' con 4th. Laborer preferring idleness to labor in thepMie hundred per cent thereon and all costs aad the observance of this ordinance and be is hereby lied on the north,uy the lot belonging &he late J
j ioersaut ill subsequent expenses which the said purcha* Col.J. U. Forbes; on tint doutb,by liarraek SuDM ,
unite at '1Afgk wage offered. authorized lo apprehend and all minorsor
intinity i h, however, much indebted to Mr.Smith I any
t In cases wlrrn in obedience these Instructions ter or purchasers have incurred by opening ,t. slaves,who may be guilty of any breach of the east by a lot lately belonging Anthony ,
for his promptness, and activity lu l and draining such lot or lots together with" Uio ,i. I'roctor. and on the west by Ueurgee Street
i you may deem it proper to with hold ratiousfrotntho I Ibis ordinance in his pr,s"nca. and lake' them '
ibis matter. I
0'} A ...<.t Last hives about twenty five miles from you in that respect may. in the event of their dissatisfaction Varied in Council 20th March 1837. Bee.. 3. Ue it further ordained, That the one I the Mid house and lot, being at the date of said
!! tbi'Ilue. which hat received tha name of t therewith, be ftl'po"I"d from lo the E. U. GOULD, Mayor. half of all fines aruiag under this ordinance .I III .mortgage occupied by the family. ofGearge An-

">!:' I Camp Datla.. cnmnt-indins: General or in.his absence the com Pest, D. 8CGUI, Clerk. be placed' at the disposition of the May or.for lerson. :.q.

'I Attract of letter fiotn Archibald Smith, unndiuf:' ofticer lael". .. purpose enforciog its. observance.and the other Also,that certain tractor lot of ground in the

Jr., e'fJ. Indian Agent: to the editor dated lam further directed to require that inn will AN ORDINANCE amend an Ordinance h shall be placed to the credit of the pour city of SU Augustine.known by the name of
"'1<' Gum time to time report |n the conimandii.gGrn.ertl : entitled 'an ordinance to regulate the mode of fund. Southern lot, bounded on the west, by Carlota

: Dlark'er Ullf- March 4tb, J87. the naiiw* of such persons, ns you may under granting<< and b.uinlicrnee. for the retailingof Paused, the 23d Dee. a;8.16. street;on the north,by a lot,called central lot;on .
Some time since was infoinvd that ihU order exclude 'Irom receiving ration. spirituous vinous, Iud other intoxicating E. II. GOULD,Mayor. the east by the watery of the ubor and on the
\ the Creek Indian tverc in the 'habit of coming I J *m, liquor, within the City of sit Augustine and Attest D. 8EGU1. Clerk.Take south by a small alley' or lane,measuring: la fronton
down here and Staining supplies olummuniiiou ; Very respectfully' for other purposes.. ti t Carlota' street, seventy thre fret, and in
AIt, (ruin n sinall. band uf Indian Your obd'l. ncrv't I' Be it ordained by the Mayorand Aldermen orl i Notice. depth, rod hundred and City feet,down to 'low

and some two or three old Spaniards, :reti (Signed) I). S. GUIS WOLD, the City aforesaid that it shall not be lawful for t water mark.
went near the mnnth uf Week Water li y.Relie AM'I A-lj't Geti. Act*. Rug $1nj.I + any dealers in any vinnu. spirituous, matt or JUST received by the Sehr. S. 8. Mills, a And alas' all that certain lot of ground) Hon '"

'iiig infurmatioti tw he correct, I f To Lieut. J, t'. Kc*,,,: iv,A. C. a. ': other intoxicating liquors by the buttle quart or i .,ly of fresh ,.oceei. such as white petal ward cifro f St AuUsUnetbon.ndedoa the
, \ my t: Fort Marion in any larger quantity to be drank in his or her I Havana lump and I,at. Porto Rico, and o'ber west in front,on Charlotte street on the south'
made it known to Iho'ar Department, tea, cbOee,lard, butter New lot the date of the
I -- tI house or shop, or in upon or about his or her t sugars cheese, by a and premise occupied(at
I whence I was ordered tu proeoed forthwithwith i tfcfwfff 10'tviror'ff Sate. I! >rcroie..or to permit .iny such 'vinous, tpiriiu i Orleans molasses,hafIJ.. hron,currents,reasons mortgage) b, William vioston, on the north

", an interpreter uf my selection' lu.11 I ; mail or otter:intCI-5"=:: Iwnojt to be thus ; erflnll. dried apples, Charleston grills,sugar & b y a narrow ran.whicbsep.ratlt.from proper*
ascertain all infunaatioii in I IN VIRTUE of an order of the! Jude of Itu 1I :jus I .",sperm and tallow candles, four t",at the date of the mortgage,owned and oceu
..I sat out on Monday last' from mjr Mount power.Vernnn I I County Court fur th. County of Mo nlto. I drunk under a vJtVi; :; (ors! white or free color I Ito md eigliu.; : ?n> Qnce4clovetand other spices, pied by the said Dirk FleUcfaman } and on the
I will.10'er fur ale at public auction in the city of .d person) of twenty.. dollirs fur every oiToPce: chides tedious nUon' j east by MaUnza river.
11 with my intftrrrtor.Vo lay at Pittniau* 8. Augustine,on the first)Mondav of June neat I be rec.'rnd bofore the Mai'or of raid ciiyA f naiii; ether too to :::! i Aui:r... all that lot of grodad,In said thy of
I bind and wines of .
(Jerry on Clmctahttefiie. tin Tuei-Uy' bight All that piece or I.arre'ltr' Und eu'maining |IGOO tjv Justice uf tho Trace residing; therein I one Also,on II itirjai, iiQUprt a east on :3t.
' hit, whrn body Indians patted down I: acres mole or.lass, being the southern part of a ialf to ilia ue "(the said city and the other bllir superior quality by the cask gallon, or bottle) 1 St. Augustine bounded fronting aud,in
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the favors and dtrset. ten Spanish tams depth
m will be
I'ttj the river in canoes, &e. murdering and tract of land' containing IfrfM acres, originally ,j 10 the use uf any person. who nmy sue and rO : irttefal thankful fur H ouniinnanou piiblio for pan oft'! a and ..reI I'Forty George fix varas, bounded oa the north by the
tame
granted to Ambrose (Hull by the' Spanish Government : over Ihd said peualty. and. if a slave, of thirty
plundering as they went, anti strniul! emery to aecoroodate customers house and lot of Juan Oisnoply. sooth by the
pain
ry particularlyivlmn
sttnated near New Smyrna in the line stripes, to o' inHuyeJ' upon his or her biro
etttoe they wtild find. They killed thefem'If back conviction before children or servant! are sent fur anidea tiona of Antonio Data, ...1br SL George's)
the said
of iu'whai
of Mr.AHicnon, two miles above Ibo County Turnb nil's.. vast Mniquito, was known as such upon Justice of the k'esee. Mayor or ill will be sold low forca.b.WM I Street.sad west by the bore audio' of Antonio

. ferry on this tide of the river. Turn or i I ftfvnmn.ALSO ny Fussed in Council,80th March.IS37. I OARCALOW Pun., deceased.
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three ether families n ere nihting on Wed ,. K D. Feb. I3JB37. And also, all that lot of ground in the said city
f All tint pi cA or parcel of Land,containing MVW, Myor. follows the
of Su bounded -On
I I Augustine all
neiday muruiiig a. tie pasted, suppnied! tu 22H: .e, **, mare or less being the southern part Test D. 8CGUI, CHrk I I north lot of the
the
south alley, on by a
have bern taurdern! at... I was requested portion nfa tract of Land also granted lu ..Am I I Superior Court-Southern by an lot
heirs of Mateo Geradarrania,on theeast by a
to ruth forward and give the alarm on thin i iI'el i brose' Hull, containing: II IsM: aere; sitna'ed at 1." 3' ior ourt-East Florida. District of Florida. of the heirs of Andreas Hemenos. and on the
Giver and I Vrllow River and arrived New Smyrni. Mosquito. County and biMincted.
Iff CUAXCEIIY. IN I CHANCERY west by a lot oldie estate of Michael l Crosby
bore at Dark hit iiigbt. These Creeks : tin the North by land belonging; tit the l>.l te of ''I front, lad fitly and
I : Ftt ter Mitchtil', ) Wra Marvin vs., John M. Fontane, Frances measuring i in east west, seven
have bee irtnri'iu in three several engage Mary Dunham, dec. hiving fur in southern *.. >pit P.ntirtoi.Nthsmialt Delespine.Hophia Wallace, G. E. Wallace half feet,and depth south and north,sixty feet
l
ho
the nnlhhnllndulline oft aid
went, near the head of Cottagee Creek in boundary of Brush,& others. ) Frances Deleipiue, EiuUine Delespine, Ma wore o. Ie... .
Birheur county Col. \\'u-I.ttJuurne of trwio I tract 1 120 t acres nn j fronting on Ibo Hilltbo- fN AIlion of the CumpLinanU Soiciiorand! tilda Delesnine. Hemy Delespine, Joseph I II I And also, a certain tract of land coo .
t rough river. IJ? i it hnviug been been made tn by Deles-I four hundred and four acre., silo-
M tea, and several otlrn, have I *tely fallen in i, D.. A. PUTNAM.Adui'r appear Delespiiie, Josephine Delespine Mary taining
that Teresa and ated the County ol St. Johns
ItlidaYic. Arredoudo.and Luuisa pine John Drysdale.Archibald Clark,Michael I in Territoryiloriiald.
BQ c-casemfm ti\ h them It .PI''':''I they i i list.: A. Hull.gd. ndT' ..a>a I'stiu(infants I.In AJcluitMh. lUuy i Lazarus t Timothy Street.IT .on the Eoat side of St. George's Lake A

art nimin; fur this i)0tgh'.iorhnn>|-report March 831.IdminIfiit'ator'A, U dudler. Catherine Wadlei: ; John H. Me APPEARING .FROM AFFIDAVIT : now in the ccnnty of Mosquito ; the first line

Mf .T>0 in numUer. One tang of 125 cimeI IltIo.b. Eliza t). Clinch, John H. Mentosh : all the above named defendants except running north, thirty east, sixty chains from a

shun I Clay Hank Creek. '11311 IViday, in pp.en .''btl e. I Clinch Mary L. Clinch, Dnncau i Henry Deiespine. reside withoutthe Southern cypress to a pine tree ; second; line south seventy

dar time. They were ronntfd by a gen f|1 UK: UNDKUSlfiNKU: ; : give. .* notice I,. Clinch, Jr. Henry A. "Clinch Catherine I, judicial District of Florida and that they all re- sast,thirteen,to a piue ; third line north sixty
(limn in hit lUutalinn.: uinking their ;; JL that hft till nr.*Mnttoth i Honorable I the I launch! Nicholas. U. Clinch, George M. Clinch, lide within the Eastern District except the three Tour east, fifty, to a pine;fourth Hue south fitly ,
the mouth or 1'03 Uivcr. Another w.ayIwnartU County Court oft County ufSt, Julius at the I ei&hll..t Infant,Joseph Lawton, Daniel J.j. i.I last named who reside within the United States, i. west,sixty to an ash; sixth line formed and bouuied -
1 uex. term thereof, tho account and vnurlutrt of 1. Clarke a portion of the deleiidani in the above but out of the Territory and that the bill in the by said lake
gang Hera seen nil Huu lay lattat the Duu* his Administration of ihe E.t I mined: supt. re id out of thii Territory, some Muse is filed.-OBDKRKD that the said defendants The tenements mortgaged afore
....\ Me Undoes; in the same ueighUorhoiul nltravcilisg !. HULL, deceased since the but setilrmeut of,, of them in the I'nited' Sutra and nome in the ,except the last three named, appear andanswer laid,are subject to a previous assignment made .
south. AI yeti are tuy only :nr. the same.If or the examination and eenleurnt of:I \A est Indies. IT 14 ORDERED: ,that the said said bill within two months after the I. by tbe said Huh Fleihmft,dated l' October

"' "I' quaintaoro in PentacoU. I quest you tvilleedeavor the said: Contt. UKNJ.: A PUTNAM I., absent defendants do appear and answer the aid first publication of this order and that the three Jd"l.to list trustees (lath. Floyd Edvard K.

, "( to prohibit the sale: of ammuuitiunta Adm'r Kt: A Hull. (Jompl-iinanU. bill of Complaint, on before i last named defendants appear and answer theaid (Gibson Wilhaw II. Simmonsadd Ueo. Gibb..

.. t. any Indians, or white persons who ins, March Q2: -.17._ : 4w. j'I the viOili diy of September next, otherwise the I bill within four months after the first publication ; all of whom then resided iu the city of St. An
., be ,pectrd l trading with the Indiana i aid bill will be taken pro conf.tto against them. of thin order otherwise the aiJ bill bo taken Euitin,intent for the benefit of the creditor of

- These Its,lians aro not disposed to nnl. I It PlJI1JTlIRB.. I I And it is further ordered that this order be pub. i jm cexfaso. i the said lurk Fleishman. for debts due on the) ,
""" I household FUltNITURE for Ii.hed i once a week until the aid iJUtii day of And it is further ordered that this order ba : dueor..Wa.aiumtDt.-adanerabe payment .
grate tu Arkansas-hence their women have : ELEGANT rt.l, at the Mansion; (House.d September next in the Florida herald Dated published once a week in the Florida' Herald, : of the same the surplus amount of the said property

i!!', mttrdcrrd their own children. and fight as t : March Ie37. It. at til. Augustine this lib day of March 1837. t published in St. Augustinefor fourcousecutiye i assigned u aforesaid WM to go to themortga
'f tat men. The coast from them to Chock UODT.UAYMOND UCID, months. aforesaid, if any aiuooat should ba
should ha ''m".dIahllt'oured Dud the mi 1 FOn S.1IJB. Judge Hap. Court, DuL E. F. Dated, December 7ih.1836. due to them.

litia kept l In readino..tEl' I a GOODi Sr.lONG. 8KCOND; HANDUAIlOt'CHi Copy Attest, lAMESVEDD., Judge.' I The following tenements are included In lite1"ld

I it.. :; And; tNi:88.----l: .. I K. U. GlUD8,.Clerz; A Copy mortgage, and bici! are not subject to the i

.' rl or I..,.. at Sha I defy anybody !, price 8130 Apply to this office. 1i 1- ...-., .. ..---- A. A. M.JACKIOX, Cleric. sal.Ianmen10 wit 00

not thoroughly) accustomed to the, 1\J.areb\ t
sea,to feel much of in grandeur after thought ._ h :-.'.. decree Notice. uiijr;' uf; tf k Aoustine,bounded North aDd East .
taaftiastion, feeling< toruation, have been JJc H DO .rJ\4.Q. VIRTUE of a of the >Superior I I by Iota belonging to Urif sda Gomes; aootn by a
Court and to me directed, I will expose to o ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
the beirs of Antonio Mien and
lot
T to
reeked posh that indescribable state of en* EIL'celebrated Horse JACK DOVNINOwillllln belonging
" T sale on the eighteenth day of April and especially the Creditors Heirs, Le, by Charlotte street. And Also, all Hut .
tai disquiet discomfort and incrtnrn during the season at the Grove text, between tbe hours of U and 1 o'clock of' : iteeeandall other. interested in the Estate: of pest certain tractof land sitaaled in the of Masquita.

witch the sea often prmluees. Pfo, let the 'I' formerly owned by Chose H.: Lewis, tIqOpfJDe\j\ that day, In front of the Court House door, la' or CAROLINE ELIZA MclIARDY. decfd ; : I II iu the Territory of.Florida county. what U cal
look fffrom some headland out from some I I site Pro Weed-m's Grove Terms $'iu for the the City of fit, Augustine, all that certain tract i I The subscriber administrator of said estate in. I :led McDougnll's Black Swamp' and bounded as "

quiet nook ..f the fast anchored earth toted I IU'loo. and Qty to incurs fur pedigree and,' of&hind: consisting of one undivided half part of a I tends to apply to the Judge of the County Court ; follcwi;beginning at pine marked W Y M ;
apply to I tract of one thousand la'l for the of St.Johns the session ofsaid
i .cro..IIQI and being County
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the :
grandeur to the of first linn south thirty live degrees east
or cujny romance runs ,
i I TIIKOi. FLOTARU.Notice. : .boaoll..ll. of St Johns and situated place I Court to be t bold at the of 8t. '
,b-''':i. I trnailer tint no lm.ly has talkedtTuriitUi __ called ,heed at a t:I in said the n second city IJond.ofOclobt'r'Angutine measuring one hundred" and fifty four chains
Matanui.attho of the Northwest Cwnaty on
I II twelve links,t a another pine' with the same
or sung, or latimcd, about this \i Feldcer Creek which said tract of ono thou t next for a dtseharco from bill admioistratorabip tlofsaidestate mark ur hjtttr;secund line runs north sixty

burribledkeontfortof a tea voyage. It I.Ii1ld is t' weeks after date 1 shall apply to the fund acre was granted by tho Spanish govern j I I t and will then and there presents four degrees east mcarnringoua hundred and

that Cnto repented. only of three thingsJariiigjiU : SIX : of the County Couitof tit Johns menu to Martin Ileeaan err. and conveyed by i, bis accounts with said tstata. and vouchers, and fifty four chiins and twelve links bounding on

life, 'io' have ROM by tea when t County fur litters AdinlnUtration nn the.... ;:. the a>id grantee, Martin Hernandea. to John T. I make a final settlement of the lIme. A I the lands (rorwerl1)or Jon Robert McllarUy.to .

.. eoulJ' go by |lino l tu have past a dnvn\ Mate, of GIDUON: PACKMAN, Into of said Williams, and conveyed by the said Williams to WILLIAM II. WIIXIAMS. a tree, notched woe; thence the third line

., active, and lo.hare told a turret to hit uiu.. pounty deceatovft !t tO. ., Dauicl: d). tiristrckl! turf conrcrod by tie said Do. I Adm'r of C. E, Mcllsrdy. dtc. I runs north,thirty five degrees westone hundred
March 1837. (; .
GriswuhJ) John Hewlett deed and 7. 45; "
"fl. to mor.
" 8 DRAKE.- by
1 cbaius '
I -ill nut discuss 1 Mother points. with the and fifty four twelve licks It a pine with
nit) St. Angutrtiiie, 15tb March 1837. 45:6.PUBUC t I Iced by the said Hewlett,to Theodora Flotard t four notches; thence with tiuUud* of Don Oo
eiojc, but with the first i certaluU haveajott 'for twehe hundred and seventy four dollata and I For Bale.ID tavins Mitchelthefuurtblineruis south sixty

"e perfect sympathy. It is a sickness NOTICE i i. hereby given, that i: ninety one cent.; the above named undivided ACRES OF LAND, near five degrees west, one hundred and fifty four t
.f the cog which hat never that I know. AhtO' widow of Thompson 'I half part of s, id tract of one thousand acres is ,, .. 00 Donn.t Lake chains and twelve links,to the beginning, con-
bees drirribcd. Its tremrtldoui ennui.eooiplste i. letied on to satisfy the aid Theodore Flotard uf 1
a and Jottcrii Uiniugbysuiveytwothoasand three hundred
of dec.,
'luoalata St. Augustine I,
i 400 Acres near Picolats.I .
of ,
debt
twelve hundred and four dollars
a Inaptitude to all e enjoyment a L. SMITH, will" both or eitner ol' them at the a seventy and seventy five carts of laud, be the same more
il i I IlIoa. and ninety one cents;together with nineteen II Sundry LOTS and (HOUSES in (own. I ...
g inability to be pleased vrUI I| any thing. end of sis week.rrom this date, apply to the or It.
dollars and five
Ilutbieg agreeable ssitbrr eating nor .Judge of the County Court fur the County twenty cents costs.W DA I, -AU"I I And Also. -111".1 certain tract of bad con .

rwkiag, nor walking<<, nor talking nor reid of St. Johns, for'hues or administration on lhEstatoof U. Marshal.VIS, WANTED HIRE a HAND either I taming one thousand aud seventy five acres, sit
Ig.arrr even Is going a seeable tbe said Thomson Mason. Deputy White or Black, by the month or the jear. sate iu the county of St Johns, in be Territory
to an
alaep March /
himself. 14th. 1837. this office. 1 aforesaid UM called Jack
process, and 1 JOS. L SMITH, for Apply at place Wright' near
waking Is perfect miter And as Attornerfr. ANN MASON. ,St. Augustine March 8. 1837. the river St Johns,and bounded north by Trout
J feakiog: of my own letperience! it Istrae Nor. :3rd. 1830ZEPIIANIAII JV&ttee. Creek;souuYby: l'icolataCoek;east by lands of

and others find a happier fortune on SIX W E EKS after this date,we shall. apply" COllrt-Easlcrll Dr.T. Tnver, or formerly his landsaad west .
lbe. .*" hut. I believe tint it is the ez 1e. the Honorable tte Judge of the County Superior : bysai'l l liver.

.[*.ce of a clan, not much less unhappy KINGBLEY. one of the i Court of t;&.Johns County for letters of Admin District of Florida. AU which the aforesaid properly and premises .
una Executors: of the Estate of atratiou on the Goods and Estate of Wm. II. t
the must miserable victims of sea ekDtwt. : front the beginning of thus uouce. were mortgaged
I*....- Jobn Fraser, deed. having adjusted the accounts Allen Esq late of St. Aa.lutin..ln said county IN CHANCERY. as aforesaid to secure the due psy neat of. ,
.. JGrarMl"t with the hairs and assigns of said estate, hereby deceased at the time of b.. death of which all I reruin debts due from the said Dirk Ftettcartiaatn .
fives not that immediately) after tbe expiration interested will please take notice. the aforesaid ,
in
Gen. Jackson the IStb attained his ee. person I petitioners amounting &o
widow andadmlnistmtrtz of Ho
on .\ ,
1.De.ter.
be will THO8. DOUGLAS ,
hereof
of si* months from the date ( whole,together with lawful interest thereon no
Jfo ear, and It has been std ho Intended ratio A. Dexter deceased Thomas Dexter,
; ; apply to the Hon. Ihe Judge of the County JOS. 8. SANCIIEZ. tel Ibe 2dUa day or September, 1036, '13,311,
Celebrate the anniTersory of hIs birth at Coort of8t. Johns County for a full and finalsettlement 8t.Augnstina.Nov. lOtli, 1830. and Mary Dexter, 24imlhs.
...
tbs IIemit e.AlA1eI1Jit1R11TAL. I ,lfbisaccounts with end Estate, and .
William M. Gibson. I IOltDERED Thera,,) Dirk Mduchruan now haloes eoI -

-- '-- -- or his discharge.,. as such Kxeeuior.: Z. KINGSLEY WOOD WOOD I by his Honor the Judge of the loud the limits of tsar juttsiictioa; of this Court, \
that is to without the Territory of Florida
WILL the J&b Contt for the Eastern District I say I
at until
Bt.Augustine,83th June, 1830. receive my office I i and bu this been In
a snit brought tba
day J
1 8apo
lost sealed proposals for supplying tb. U.S. of Florida, that bill in tba above cause being !1.
riot Court for tbia District,to. be held .
fa
this with Two Ifautnd cord filed in Clerks office of.ibis court at St. Augustine the
at
8. Mott dec.THE Troops post of .i l i City of Su Augustine, and on the second Jioa-
Estate Of Goo. Oak Weed and 1 affidavit it th defendantWm.
good mtrtJtanlAblt to be Delivered and by>> an apP.Ufllhat -
subscriber,having been appointed ad .corded the Wood Yard at the SI. rIDcitDar M.Gibson ,..i4clI0 this territory, but ,I|1 day. of March next It the regular la ut of the

of the above estate hereby I racks at sued time.and in each quantity not exceeding without this judicial district; tberef&te the said I I said Court said, application will be made,oa the panofihr

"I notifitaaU persons who have claims against ,it toprtteat Fifty Cords a month, as the Assu Or. defendant: required to appear in this court and I petitioners forajudgraeat of fereclo.
OUT OF 8TARttVCD.AUOU$TIN aura of the said and..
the aaq>., within the time proscribed bylaw Muter at the post may require. Proposals will answer the said bill filed, within two mono i mortgage, legal s2d ptoeeo* .
to bit agent,JAUBS H GOVLO. ):.q.rn SL be endorsed 'Proposals for furnishing Fire ram the date of this adverlismeat.or the said dings as may be required to sfl lie proper
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said mortgaged, for the benefit of.. aor .. .
Augustine and those who are indebted to Wood. bill will be 'ak.n"coa/aie against him. ,
!tf..., F.erkla.UeWltwt.ILaek. Creek. estate are also requested to make payment to HARVEY DROWN, J* RODMAN. JOHN RODMA .

1eIa. 8, g. MW*. BoathWJK.. ; Charleston him, or to me at Mandarin. A. O. WUOil.Aognstlst A. A. Qr. Master. Roliciterror the tacoaipaaant! All-f r.r'" Pethioae \

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I. relating to patrols forjbe: or to wife his process r.dawidl.ID the Dame or CITY COUNCIL ROOM
ORDINANCE
4 S I !SUmrt.. (or the District -l\IAYOR'SOFFICE, AN City of St. aid city directed as above provided afsJast 8r. Aooortaa WI h. t t
Augustine'e such delinquent requiring hira ta appear ButJlrTW' il eeseiseretde .
!'otEast"FJorida. ST.AO Whereas necessary
CITY OF GUsTINE, the cube City of tfl. Augustine before the said Mayor at each Use ae ho shall aa&orktd to notify all perspe fiat ese _,ae ,
ETITIQN i TO FORECLOSE A MORT 25th January, 1837. good,"the government safety of the inhabitants thereof "thepreservation I. designate and shew caoae if any be baa or eaa thseity nllli .tpiri&a..t&..a. a

i GAGE. GIVEN ofthe public! morals,""and the pro- anew,wblalh..bouJd' not be ironed against qty eta one.ana dose who.IM,
THOMAS C. ROCEHILL and otters piiliculatly NOTICE IS HEREBY caution ofoiTenees inst the public peace." ; him and the tewrnof the said commtadaatsitalJ .i TaWo or Nine PiaAaf, ..

named ia the petition That conformably to a that a regular and efficient patrol be established be sufficient privu jfori evidence of sue.) delinquency or before Its thirty first day o'*". p
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i y ftrftt therein the and Aldermen said city. I with the Ordinance of tha CilJeIlli1..Mttrttq ,
Bin ...c.... resolution of the ity Council o f Wherefore by stir Mayor hereby ordained by the Aid I, See. 12. Be it further ordained. That ifxthe dmanco to regulate the tee Nl. eh

is HEREBY GIVEN. that con. SL Augustine, the following sections &Iayor and Aldermen,That every while male person so appointed to command said patrol, enwtiagUeeacee for the ntote*.,.5a"t?
NOTICE ,to the*et{(ha,Legislative CouaE inhabitant uf said city over sisteen.and not exceeding shall neglect or refuse to perform or any of the t: asaad other lasazttel.ilWaQ.
E nil u(this Territory approved I his December of the act of the Lcgislativo -i sixty years of ago shall be liable to do duties required bf him by this act.he shall on CUD tf.site An .

J #" oowtfed"an HIS ceatta th*foreclosure Council of the Territory o( patrol duty,therein. victiun before the Aid Major, be fined ia any sed Jane SSdiaeo. Andtfertby ,
ef Mortgages. by the courts ofComnion Law of Sec.s!. Us it further ordained That the mayor sum not leu than five dollars: nor more than the penalties provided in said otdiaa&co'I?
tim Terriiorv.and for other purposes,"a petition Florida, entitled An Act relating ofsaid City shall cause every such white male tW'DlldoUanJ and if any other member said pat in fore on tile first dot of Jaatary esoaLv

C of the pUifttiffs in the above cause, has been duly to crimes and misdemean inhabitant to be enrolled for such duty and that patrol (who shall hare been notified in manner It w farther Resolved that tho e&w MsetetL I
1 filed ia the Clerk'.Office of the Superior Court said mayor be authorized and required to cause afores-iid)shall ceglect or refuse to perform ail, be published in t Florida Ueald.
f fuv this duiiicl to be hed| in this city of 81. Aofiustiat. ors,11 piissed 18th February, 1832, not lets than ten of the said while male inhabitants Distil pan of the duties required ot him by this A true copy of the nuatttee.BERNARDO.

!s in which said petition, the tenements will be,. enforced and all to be detailed fur each and every night to act,or ball misbehave himself or disobey any R8ULaet ,
mortgaged by tbe said defendant to the said plain rigidly perform patrol duty within the limits of aid city. order of the said commandant or of the coalman .
tin*,ate particularly described setfortb. The public ouicers and all persons Sec. 3. Ue it further ordained that the laid dant of hat squad,he shall on conviction ae a- AN ORDINANCEao.-.
i : mortgage is dated the Htth Ootober IbVJ|and the mayor shall appoint Mme suitable person from foresaid be lined in any aura not le*. than two acing the 0"of City ConembI. '1.-
f made table to foreclosure after the lapse seven having a desire to promote among those thus detailed to command the same dollars nor more than ten dollars: and for the Mucb.1831.

years from the Uh tae tamber I&9. The peace, welfare, and safety of this for the time teng,ri ho shall be obeyed and respected Don payment of auy such fine and the costs tf Be it ordained b1 the Mayor aid"._...
I property Bnttgaged Less follows iThacreUinhoose accordingly, and said Mayor shall furnish prosecution, the defendant may be taken aDd tho Ciiy of St. AngastbwTOet 10. tl
t | and lot ofround lying and community, are solicited to unite hemat with .1i.1 uraaae men tshncnnipue his patrol( |i committed to prison until said boo and cost shall second section cube Ordiftaat. eatttfei ."

being in the city of Dt.fAugnstine. in Hospital in bringing all violators thereof I I leapt' tw nt> four hours before the time when ) be paid Unless be shall be sooner discharged by Jrdiaaacecr..tiDc"'o".rC-c-L"Ir '
Ward fronting on the street formerly known time said patrol shall be required to meet j wbo order of toe said Mayor aDd Alder men!or execution passed 7ta Match Ic3l,ae fsquires .
Ito al street, DOW called Charlotte street bounded as well as all others violators of hall cause his men to be duly notified at least may be issued and the amount of the judg Constable to give bond in rise penal IIi

t' in front on tha'welt, fay said street and in the laws relating to slaves &c, toT twelve hours befure the said time. meat levied and made ofthe goods and chattels Thousand Dollars be,and the stmTis '

the r rear,.on the.east, by_a lot belonging] to.the Sec.4. lie it further ordained that the person cube defendant. Provided that where the penalty repealed i sal hereafter before eatenw IZ'
+ late usmei uuioen t va w* Donn wuww P unislument. thus appointed lo command said patio),shall have whipping is by this act present ed against the discharge of his duties, the aid eefe*
t f' orUubetoufing to Juan Jose Bosquetaud on Sec. 63. Be it further enacted power to keep the men under nis command i in any slave, free negio mulatto or other colored enter Into bond in the penal sum of Two II
the sooth by property lately belonging to the good order and to cause them to demean themselves person the sentence mal be commuted on the dred Dollars conditioned for the f.ltVai .
\ heirs or Chrirtobal Bravo and now the propertyheirs That fan} person, having the !legal properly during their term service, and payment of a fine of not lets thanjiwo dollars nor charge of tin duties odds a iNee.E .

sfthe of Samuel Cook containing in front control of slave shall suffer that it shall be his duty to do so and that be may more than twenty dollars, together with the 8.COULD,J1.
or real,twenty Spanish ternand on each aide, a divide them into U many squads she may deem eats of prosecution. And provided also that Attest B. Scour Cterk e

seventeen and half Spanish varas.Altai him or her to go at large and expedient, and to appoint some member of each J 1 said mayor shall! not be entitled. to any costs in LIST OF -
w /SIIa.t lot of land and boo e thereon, la the squad to command the mime,who shall be obeyed prosecutions nn.ier this act,but that IBfTERS
city of St. Augustine }n I3an.cktV.rd,bounded trade as a free person, such per and respected accordingly, and shall have power i tall such costs as be would lie entitled to charges REMAININO iD the Lost .. II .

on the north by the lot belonging the late son so offending shall be fined in and it shill be his dmy,to preserve order atnong t shall bo lazed up in favor of Ibo said city, and ots*the 3111 01 vtr ,
Col.J. G. Forbes on the South,by barrack St. hundred the men under his command and shall on being paid into Treasury thereof. 1836 wl icb if not taken cut la three. .
un the east by a tot lately belonging to Anthony a sunxnot exceeding one furnished with a list of hi* men by the commandant t Sec. 13. Be it further ordained.Thai any person will ho sent to the General Post .
: Proctor and on the west by George's Street. dollars,at the d icred'on of the Ju of the patrol give them the requisite notice liable to do patrol duty by virtue of this act, dead let lets. OSee tit
fig,north and south nineteen vans and of the limo of meeting. may relieve himself tberefrum by furnishing an A.
t '. two",ud east and west twenty nine vans, Sec. 5. Ue it further ordained, that the aaidpatrol able bodied substitute but such person shall be J.
the said bouse and lot, being at the date of aid ry.Sec. -I shall,(unless otherwise directed by tho liable fur any neglect or refusal of hie substitute E. II. Alexander Alexander C. J**.
mortgage,occupied by the family George A n- 61 Be it further enacted, said Major and Aldermen)meet at 0 o'clock. P. j to discharge all or any of his duties end for era Wm. Anderson, U. niogs,

dersoBEsq.AU4 That if any person shall give a M.at the City Council room which shall be their j, J duobedienco or orders or act of disorderly S. Marine Corps Levi Jones c.
,that certain tract or lot of ground ID the i headquarters, and where that portion of the pa1 I conduct clinch substitute, U though be b mat II. D., U. 8. .
'. city of St.Angostino.kBownbr the name of ticket or license to a slave,who is: trol)who may not for the time being be on active i was guilty thereof and the said aubetitue shall Sergt. The.. Brail- Montraril A. .

: .. tf oatbtra lot,bounded on the west by Caxlota under the control or charge of,e duty,shall remain during the night,and that said I i also be liable therefor to the same penalties u his lee 2 L "..
street on tbe north by a tot,called central lotto; a I patrol shall remain on duty until broad daylight; principal. Dr. Isaac II. Bald
r the ass by the waters of the harbor and on the another, without the consent of, oa the next morning. I t cc.14. Be it further ordained That LieD-I.,. r.

south by a email alley or lane,measuring in fronton the having such control 1 i Sec. G. Be it further ordained that the commandant May or,may with the advice and consent of the niti, U. d.A.
Cawota street seventy three feet, and in person, of the patrol shall on meeting,divide i' said Aldermen fur good taunt Milia,n..itaU or Own Hoate. Sergt. II. p.
-1 depth, four hundred and fitly feet,down to lowwater or charge, he or she shall be fined I j the same,as near as may be convenient into two i any part of said fines and penalties, or excuse Frederick Branner, II.

!, I mark. in not bun-I' equalartier one of which shall be placed on ae- any person from the performance of patrol Jr. 17. 8. Marina Capt.Joh .
a sum exceeding one
a : And also all that certain lot or ground in If capital i;, lire duty until one o'clock A. M., and the other j duty or dispense with the patrol altogether, if Corps ..abR'1Ie.
t, I ward,city of St Augustine uaded Oil the dred dollars and be imprisoned 1 ,1 shall remain at said council room, subject to tbe i the military authorities shall take such mea I David Buc"lr. .. .
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I, weft in fronton Charlotte street, on the south 'order of the commandant or said patrol when i lures as in their opinion to reader it onnej Parker .Ll.Ire.
'e! I IIf bya lel.od premises occupied(at the date of the not exceeding six months at the JJooet (1.8.A
,I theywho shall relieve the party on active duty J esaary, and that this ordinance shall always t tI t
It f roortfafe,) by William Livingston,on the north discretion of the Jury. ;]I on being lelieved shall repair to j receive a liberal construction but the first and Sergt.Tboroas DriE. .!.
t, ''I t by a Barrow aaewhichsepuates from proper said room arid remain there snbjectto the like order I second ectio9 thercef slu" not be construed den, Cootp'T Ii. Solomon! II' -l
ty,at the date of the mortgage,owned and Sec. 65. Be it further enacted, t| ,until discharged inthe nhoraingand it shall I to extend to any person who may have been 0201t ai ArlillerySersi. / Hrr. .

I, ; pied east by bjMaUnra the said river Dirk Pleiscbman f and on nThat if any person shall buy, bo the duty of the officer who shall be in corn lend into the military service cube United States David Hog*, Coat', I.11.1.j

;."1 And also all that lot of ground,in said city of accept or receive from slave i I mead at said room,to cause ali.bt..a be kept i or of this Territory, until he shall have been discharge V.R.Marine trotp Geor<0temilB"\
t any ;' constantly turning there and to tike charge f from each service
:'i i Su i ; Benjamin F. Bro TIt,..
, rr '. George AH"1"direct,* tend bounded aoish fronting terse,east and in on depth St. any money, grain, produce, or 1'I coloured and keep safely! any and negroes, mulattoes, or,other who i See. 15. Be it farther ordained That all ordi- C. 0D. "
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forty sit revs, bounded on the north. bf the thing of value without a ticket I'1 I be persons disorderly persons of alaeestallNnratordinaacabetetororeioforte John "ergt. TkotMt I
may arrested and brought there baa, s&id i iI in this city relating to patrols to patrol duty K4
house and lot of
Joan Giaaopl. south by the ''I Moses F.
Carbsrtf 2
hoiwe of Antonio from the master or owner or over- patrol. be and the Mme are hereby repeated, and that fifBa.CoaM.\
Daya, east by St.
, Street and west the boon and lot George's |I Sec.7. Be it further ordained that said patrol I i this ordinance shall be in force from and after its James CahilL James Ida..
.' Poos, deceased. by of Antonio seer of such slave,authorisin suc h shall have potter,and they are hereby authorized pusage. F.WEEUON; Mayor. Sergt.Chartes Copes" flue Corps

%n4 also aU that tat of ground in the said city slave to dispose of such thing of1 I to where enter they into shall any disorderly have reason house to believe, vessel thai orboat any I Pas.ed, Juno <. 1833< Robert Carlin. Peter MaC. Jri

ofSt'jAulu.tine.bounded u follow.-On the bPROSPECTUS James Cunningham, O
value the I
slave slaves trafficked dealt
harboured ,
or
person so buying are or It
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south by an alley on the ,north by a lot of the nci i I with whether be white camp F. James.
same may occupied by or THE
heirs. Mateo Geradarrama on tbeeatt bf a tot cepting, or receiving shall, on I and ) D. E. Ir
alt
: ; persons or others to apprehend disorderly JACKSONVILLE COURIER.
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of the;heirs of Andreas llemenos. and oq the conviction be fined in !' who be found therein and take them Capt.J. Dimirk. John MeLsae ill
west by a lot'ofthe estate of Michael a sum not persons may AdLAM GllEUORY having purtlia !!
Crosby to said room and detain them there until l they .I Roltert Dunbaai, 3 Win.11.1acr
in lid the atablishmeutur the J AjeariVvuncr. ,
front
taeesgrtng east and west fifl"TtD and exceeding one hundred dollars !I j am o..
half feet,and in depth;,south and north,sixty feet I can be taken before the said mayor, and that Ibe :| .of the late Proprietors, U leer ier & Isaac Drise. P.
snores less.AM and imprisoned not exceeding commandant of said patrol or of the person arresting ,. Co ,will continue said paper aud issue the neit Capt. Wra. Dulany, Ucat."'.PeeL .1
" ;| such slave or slaves,or disorderly' personor > number in two weeks if practicable. E. it.
also a certain tract of land con three months at the discretion of or sooner S. A.
t taiaisf four hoodrtd and roar acres, situated t I persons shall report to the said May:or,tb'l. The incubus, which pressed so heavily open j I Lieut. Alvin Eason "'es. H. Pra at
I (la the C.Dol" of !. Jehus. Territory i I the Jury. I next and morning under oath,the cause of their cap '. establishment sate force it into an unnatural' ,j UODtieurVm.. M. D.Eldride. rr
Mr detention and it
hall be the
aJoristd on the Eat nd of St. George* Lake E. B. GOULD 1 ; duty ofsaid I';,: sleep of some months duration. i. removed and !' sat
Mayor. i Mayor to examine the charges exhibited K.
BOW $ the of against; the will under entirely new null :
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ccooty Meaqoita : ttw first line all such paper appear j n
: north. I slaves or disorderly persons,and on conviction w.lra.t-moa. favorable auspices. "I. F. Capt.Jllb I.
: II' cypress running a ptue Uurtf tree';east second sixty hoe chain south from a Estate of Anna Papy, dec. I to punish them,if white persons by a fine 1 Although forced,bf the demands for a paper f J JI 'Ruhert FitzreruM, EUwd Ro" iti:
seventy I 1 c
not exceeding" dollars each nor less than two I I I 'l.. ll. Fi.k.
east ? fron this declioD. the Editorial ranks B. I.te
,thirteen to a pine j third line north sixty hereb'liytn.nilib. Executors dollars i Dla we ,
each
tour east, fiAy, to a pio. ;fourth line scrath fifty r WOTICEis,' Estate will in four weeks from twelve nor more or than imprisonment hours not les than I 1 '* enter with "right hearty good will,"and hope G. JuIJD Riley, tern

r west,'sixty to an ash;|sixth Hoe formed and bon a this date will present their accounts to the vt recognize them to thirty before the or to commit,, appearance i in their carp will not be newel j Jas. Gaich'Il. Scr t. Jvbn Bi..ick. att

ded by said take County Boars of St. Johns County, for allow I Court at the next term appear thereof to answer Superior said 1 I come' to our brethren. M j.r. U. S.1.1a. 8. hi ,
The aforesaid tenements mortgaged as afore ance and settlement and that in ail months here- charge and ifaUvev. flee negroes and mulct.. !be iat.rntsofthad'atrscted and bleeding rise Corps LieDt.Wet.E.
.w..abjecUoaprewiollJ assignment made after they will make application to said Con tt !' or other coloured to them 1 portion of our Territurvr-the varied scenes j 1\Warren Gardner U. .
bepuai.bed Marines
by the said lliik Fleishman,dated J2th October rut. Gaal discharge from their Administration persons cause to which Ire being acted.-Uie tragic parts perform S. ,
18&,to bis trustees Davis Floyd, Edward It. aid Entate.of which all persons concerned. will by whipping not exceeding thirty nine ed-tha untold wants and sufiWibgs clout borne Amir. Scrgt. Geoff L.
Gibson. William II. Simmons and !eo. Gibbs. take due notice. stripes upon bit or her barer back,and any house less, hoiiselens citizens,demand,that a Public'PreP. I II H. ar,r Coop J'. .
all orwbom then resided in the city of fit An JUS. SANCHEZ, ) where spiritous, vinous or other intoxicating l Itquors I .patronized and attained by talented and < Capt. James G.IlusJohn Smith,

goslKte,intent for the benefit orlbl.reclitoll of FRANCIS CUE, < P" I traffic, may be be carried retailed,or in any which other trading ol i! tea oa.iba: men should be in full operation at ton U. S Marines. KicbJ. I,ass 'Nr.
un slave
Utes+td U irk Fleishman for dell* doe on the May 2d, J83G. be found may during ni any without hal Jacksonville- place situated not on the bor 1 Dr. Gilbert al. lints. Art' r.Jt
hIIeJ.on. r.
date I'Mid assignment and after the ; written den tint within theatre of i
only, the
palDeAtor. I authority from his or her master, mistress, a savage war e 1 Isaac C. Henderson. Joseph Spoes
tbt namethe surplti*amount of the character
said whose is unparalleled in the annals 1
assigned pro- KING8LEY. one or the overseer or employer or in .weh nay slave or : L John Harts J.B. !.
ZEPIIANIAH
pert, as aforesaid was to to the even of American border wa.f.
mortgages ,,if go Executors of the Estate of slaves, free negroes or mulatoes, or other colored i James Ilahbanl, Co. T. Riftics
amount should The of
any be pow.aodcharatttr the
doe to them.Th John Frsser,deed having adjusted the accounts f persons,shall at any time be found(offering or in i I Seminoles,have it seems, been our misunderstood Enemy II, 1st Art'y, Capt. Lets ;
with the heirs and assigns of said estate which any breach of the shall take Daniel lag* .
hereby peace place
> tenements Ileardy. Co. tit
following included
in
are the and I h'j..dledorbT all from even the public11functionaries ( uiaesl
said gjves not ce. that immediately! after the expiration or wb neyer any white person or person or persons II. prig!
"ortgsge, and N bicla.re let
.. not subject to thew clout Government down to the Art'y. Francis Tai
of six months be found
the
from date hereof he shall" associating drinking
i will : or gambling 1 Ranselaer! area;
! 4 s..111wvaw win hnmbla earn olantcr on the skirts. ef their hunt H.l "". 1-' A..'__
1 At)that certainf boose and lot of ground,in aLl apply to the Hon. Ibe Judge of the County with negroes, mulattoes or other colored tag grounds: Unappreciated, then- Stephen IIli-- rti. Mrs. t1: sap,
, fit Court of St.Johns County for a full and final persons or where any betting or gambling for prowess !1.
I City(of Augustine bounded North and East settlement of his with their skill,their means of war-Hitherto overlooked teen Cum E yelsave.
other "
by .belonging to ISrigada accounts said Estate, and money, or any thing, shall take place I < seed
Comet ,have been those .1'
lot > sooth by a or his discharge u such Executor. either in the day time or night season t I impenetrable fastnesses 4tbArt>. W.
belonging to tbe heirs of Antonio
Mien and -those bulwarks "not made with hands" F,
Z. KINGSLEY shall be deemed and taken to be Thomas
a disorderly hunt '
!
weetlby ChVlou..reet. And Also, all that aa.Aapat ae.25lh June, 1636.PUBLIC house within the intent orlb"act and the license I which nature has every where in this pan of MaSergt.Em silo:
tine
certain CO
traetofland situated in the county of Mos for the for either Kioiida' ,reared op.for their peculiar operations rp s, lard, (Mef? 101'1.
keeping same ofsaid
.11 quHo. io Territory of Florida,in what seal{ be revoked and rendered may causes ;. their defence and protection. The deeJs which William Hubbcrset. Christo, G. ,. FShirt.
led entirely null and void, i iI
MeUotigtll' Black Swamp and NOTICE U Robert
bounded
as hereby given that and while thus found the Seminoles Suva already done came sudden II B. harden
foHrwsibeginuieg; at the pine marked W Y M ; *.AUcov, widow of Thompson I any person apreciating; drin 'ly upon our startled sen*.,like those red bolts ELIAS WALLEK.P.
List fme runs south thirty five degrees east, Mason,late of SL Augustine,dee., and Joscnii I p I king betting colored or quarrelling with any negro roulat .'; whichleaping from unheeded clouds break 8t Augutiine. six dFc
other Dee.31.
toot who
measuring one hundred and fifty four chains,,' L. SMITH will both or either of them at the i! person shall be deemed j suddenly in thunder upon our beads.A .
twelve liak.to another pine with the end of six w'lbfrom this date a disorderly person within the intent and mean] Estate Gro.
apply to the i. renalZ'r 1
same new campaign about to Such of 8. HeH "
ing of this act and shall be treated open. ,
.. mark accordingly.
or letters second line runs north Hon.Judge of the County Court for the
sistv
; County arrangements,,and will be made, that Intel
dec. 8. Do it further ordained That sahscriber
it having
shall
fun degrees or:5I. forl.ttel.of TilE beeaapeoi
east,measuring one hundred Johns .duliaittratioq j 1
sod on tb 'Iieac.oftbe
movements and ban
of !
be the of the operations our & of the above
duty made etais
fifty four chains and twelve Units Estate of the said Thomson Mason mayor on complaint in
bounding on army Florida and of the doings of the Indians notifies all 1'1'it'l
before him or whene'er ha have persons who have daiapresent
'
be
the kids (IOrmerllor Don Robert JOS. L. SMITH for himself. may reason to '
McIIardr. their visitations
to tree,notched thence the And. Attorney. liete that any person or persons have violated! j i upon our settlements,now the name within the time '
pine ANN
third MASON.
4 line there, will at the earliest dates be found in the law, to his
of the 'f the latter agent,Juan M. Goot.n isf-l
,, runs north,thirty five degrees wessons hundred Nor 3rd 1830. any provision i clause of the ] cJ
columns of I
.. and fifty four chains,twelve links,to a pine with nest preceding section of this act to issue his pro our paper. Angustine.and those wbo are iadefetad 8' TeaF

four ootehes thence with the lands of Don Oo cess forthwith_ __ in__ the_n_ name____. or'. the_ env__ M'_. .V... The present' Editor,aud Proprietors UASLABII estate are also I'ea..Uled ta -veto ,
tavios Mftebcl the fourth line runs sooth sixty An ORDINANCE providing for the appoint i Augustine directed (o any cunstableia said city I I I & Co.design to pursue an o ee. manly, _and | him,or to mo at Mandarin. A. O. tg UnaF...,
decided August
I"oufll-.apponiallbe 1st.SIX 1
five degrees west one hundred and fifty four ,. requiring such person or persons lo appear be T interests ot our j q. ofbi
sinus sad twelve links,lo the beginning con Augustine.Sec fore the maor.nd aldermen. at such time u the general Government and particular! the Inter. I-- ---
tai by satvey,two thousand three hundred .I. Us ll ordained As said mayor sbal designate to chew cause why I, eats of Territory and Citizens giving lear I 1lrol'u' aodere i r.
u- S. and seventy five serfs of land,be the same more men/" City Si Aafmtitu if ,May That or and Aida his her or their! icenee should not be revoked and ks.ly"e ..weal or wo.** praisa where Braise weeks after date I ahall
or kes. be appointed there shall pronounced null and void and the said mayor is merited and censure where censu re I*deserved. ;e ef iho County CostteT Fo
And Also, AH that certain tract of had con I Aldermen a Treasurer annually for by the the aid aid Mayor and shall also issue subpeonas which may be no Truth,oar Cynosure, and justice shall County for letters AdmlaUtmisatato a elethiFe1.
thousand city, sob o cellar,on behalf of said our Palinurus be. tale of GIDEON PACKMAN. kS ,
taifiwg one and seventy firs sit before entering the city or wished on behalf
acres upon discharge of
eats to the the duties of the defendant defendants.See. The JoclossniUt Cottier will be published county deceased.
county of St.Johns, in bo Territory of his office shall give a Load in the or ofib
aforesaid,at the place called Jack Wright's, atone thousand dollars with penal m 8. Be further ordained That it shall weekly" ,and lithe increase clout subscription G. 8. For
the river 81 Johns and bounded north by Trout near and sufficient surety or sureties cue, to ur be more good be the duty of aaid patrol and of each member I list shall be found sufficient meet the expense, 1 St Aa Jrt ne.1511& MarobleW.BYthoSnhscriher. ing tl I

Creek+ ;SOBthjby; Ficolata Creek east br lands of by the aaid Mayor and Aldermen conditioned approved thereof to arrest all slaves free negroes mulattoes II the paper will be enlarged. L Fosappr
Dr.T. Travers,or formerly his lands d west for'the faithful performance of those duties. and other colored persona who may be Tmu-Fova Deuces per annum payable
by said river. found in the streets after the boor of Nine o'clock 11. advance. If not paid till the end orabe1.ar. a geld breast
Sec. 2.
fis
Ufaittt erd 'aud,That all P. M without .DOLLARS will bo btu .ettt
AH which the aforesaid end moneys a pass from some white charged. wlf f
premises which person
property have
from the beginning of this notice were hereafter heretofore been collected' or which duly authorized to give it and "to take team to i JD" The patrons of tbe paper while It was a li ttche But color.Ud w.w tri! a pairseight
ged,a*aforesaid, to secure the duo payment mortga or fit may ofthe said be collected for the use and bene theirreapecttvehomes owners employers or in tho hands of the late proprietors are hereby containing teturs M. .tho fadetsottabtr :, I
eerUia debts dee from the said Dirk FJstscbman surer thereof.cityshall be paid over to the Trea to detain them until the nut morning and report notified that all debts doe the Eaublument are ,rewarded by iaavia* it at de Foioftri
&It she aforesaid petitioners, amounting in the them to the said mayor. transferred to UASLAV& Co.to whom remittan 08ice, C.8. s '
wbeUf together with lawful interest thereon Sec.3. s/I1rtWat4, That no money Sec. 10. Be it further ordained that it shall be ces will be acceptable. The paper, in Us new JfAcguitmo.Aogmrt9ai.tm Fore
totiteS&lidayof September 1833 513,370 up I shall be drawn from the Treasury of said city ex the duty of the commandant of said patrol to character will be sent to ail subscribers and .
-iu.kL-. dept on appropriations made by the Mayor and obey all such directions of acid mayor aa may those who have paid Carrier Co.in advance ..OIUlt& xpeaevtn

The said Dirk Fleisehman now resides coyeei Aldermen aforesaid t and that all orders for the at any time be given him for the conduct of said for the second,Volume,will receive the remain u ""tBYERY"E.DNU.Jr.--
the liaOts or th'JaI l'licdoa.f this Court payment of money by the said Treasurer shall patrol inconsistent with this or any other lag nombere be placed on oar books sabscri-- .. F"
that is to say,without Uie Territory of Florida, be signed,the said moron and countersigned law in the Territory Florida. ben and credited the amount paid. and |h
ted la Mrt has this dy bean bronght in the Snpe by the Clerk of the floe td. Sec. I I. Be it further ordained. That It shall No apprehasstana need be entertained, thai IT Foi,
riet ICMH1 for this Diarie to be field la the See. /. BHfnharcrdain&d,That it shall be be the duty of the commandant of the patrol to stoppages of the paper and delays of issuing uontaii
; Cfcf ef6LA0f rt ..sod oa the HeaRd Mon- the duty of said Treasurer to render an account make a report in writing,to the said Mayor with which bare hitherto machlaja rod the Comer A. betide
: by.Magi mat a!die regular tom of the quarterly of all moneys which shall come into his in cine hours after be shall have dismissed hit win be repeated. II 48LAH & CO. FIVE DOLLARS PER Pro

aaM'Co.rt,s elieatioa will be ...on tho part h&adeaaTfeasflreras aforesaid patrol elating therein the name of every member J.w.1 Eo F.,Aagtttt, 1836. .A1"AaU err TKimiT 19ty IItatUo ll1
of tie said fewtioaers fora jodgasat of foredo See.6. Be tofrt&tr cnfsaa, Thai the eaM wbo stall have failed,ueglected, cr refused to
swoaftfeeaidmortftge.aBdsachlfftlproeeo* Treasurer snail be allowed two sad a bait per perform hie duty,u required by this act,or who INALNOTICE-A9 parser Iwv'' 4..TJImIUft 111I"IJai Leo,!

die.*1 T fea repaired to sell the said proper"r cent upon all moneys I'tCIIt'ecl.J him.and two shall have been guilty oC any disobedieace or Peegtreaaro gaiaattho Estato of tft* bt. If. de per kt the Rnt irtaerlieMl left b.t.
and ugsrs8e
Iflor see boositofihe a half per east upon aliens*disbursed by disorderly conduct while under tail command, reqqtsted praamifeeg to iho aidp ,.
.teAl' bin ae a full lor Saoaer&erprevioaelotBtSlst I. C for eseb.,.t .IPr
loaN RUDMAN compensation ids services. elating particularly what duty was neglected,or nary aext. Fat tl
Pased December 5. 1836. All taiettea'. to Use aid Estate advent...Ie '
jAtiy.fertke I Petd..ts refused to be performed,and the misconduct or ,are also C'J"oat lei
I & 0. GOULD, Mayer. disobedience of which any member may hare requested ll to'*make payaest to wiii be ce.Wo..
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,Test BERNARDO 8EGUJ,Clerk. btsn!jmltyt and it shall bs the duty of said Kay. CHA9. LE CARON A cHIC" Ie tilt!.uS thirty Ii
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