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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: June 15, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057497
oclc - 02261128
notis - AKP5523
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System ID: UF00079917:00105
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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BY AUTHORITY.. AN ACT to authorise the New 38 .Orleans and bdibburgb IlIIprwi Relic oJ SUI""YUco.-Th.I Abolition Trial. Yesterday a case of as. FO&EIGN.BXTRACra
: Carrolton Hail Read Company to Courant describes a remarkable lull was tried 'in the Common Pleas, which I
con and
strict a Railroad from Carroltoo to the truly melancholy relic of a cruel superstition for its importance and its result Bay by BT TBK rX.1HSTX.TlJill AT V, lou.1

I courts of Bayou Sara Sn the State of Lou of witchcraft which used tc prevail earned as settling a very interesting question The accounts roan Paris,. to the 23d.
dtwrrs lotus, over all the cbriitian world including it as far as pablic4opinlon gees t It & known The papen were discussing the length of the
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well known the New England and other that duration of the new ministry the doctrina
Bt it raltie..oa.rall" and
>t enacted by the Senate and House 'fSstticolarly a*
states of ibis
continent. Tbe article. aU riet predicting a brief Ministers
bolitienists take reign nave
offltpreuntatice* ef the United States every opportunity in pnb-
lode
Awnca in Congress assembled That there of in to 'it preserved ia the toner of orfor lie asssmblages. ia steam boats, tail road however already gained one point. .ala.

be. and It hereby granted to the New Or. Bridle.Scotland" and if called the "Witches' cars hotels! &c to broach and discuss the east of the allowance to the Dokt of Or
leant and Carrofton Railroad The form of the object it very particular subjects in which they take an leant! on, bit approaching marnagt. The
Company, in
simple. A email tire!. of iron tnfficieut committee, five out of sine ministerial
corporated by the Legislature of Louisiana to interest, witb the view of obtaining a vote have .
enclose the bead it divided into four sections lad voted 1,000,000 francs Co added the ,
the right of through such of making converts. Tbey art generally we, to
way portion the which
or TUB UIIITKO STATES FAISCD IT public lands remaining unsold for the are connected with binges. A short tolerated because the subject Is most fro millions which be already ej0yi; another ..
es* chain
Till TWK.fTT FOURTH KORKU, tension of their railroad from Carrollon to baagt from behind. In Ibo front but neatly presented under the garb religion. million for the Corbeilie, or trcdding presents .

I .UOIl 1i'1I101l. the town ISayou Sara In ,the said state pointing Inwards, at a prong like the row fa the present case Air. Williams, Editor of and expenses,end a provision for the
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i Provided That the of tbe J 'aoldfaibiooed-pur. which entered the EtnsBcipator, tbongbt fit to open the Princess case of widowhood of 900,000
Public.-No.37. lands occupied therefor portion shall public abe mouth and by depretsiug the league discussion of the abolition question on board 'races. The bill passed the chamber oa the
further amend feet not exceed acted at a gig. Tbe use of Ibo thing was steam beaten tbe Hudson last and :Jilt; by a vote of 307 to 49. ..
AN ACT to the act inrorpo- eighty in In eadtd ; that the route of tbe fall or*
ruing she Cbesapcakt and Obio CanalCompsnv. 1 goal road thill snot exceed eighty feet fo exactly W ith what its name portends. B, it, as gsnizcd a meeting and kept op the debate A discussion bad taken place in the cham
< a bridle. the unfortuBBta old wnmn. before aad after dinner. The bar upon the African affair, ef which the .
!breadth_ ; that the route ..f the said road shall paintifT de
-- formerly burnt at Forfar for the supposed sirens of London Morning Herald of the 24tb i
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be replying
designated, and marked the some objections mJo r
the iI
__Bt iljuacfca.. ,. .by__. MA. _Seuatt. .. _,and I'jr landmarks on ground I crime of witchcraft, were led out of town to by Judge RadclilT the defendant, James All parties agree that Marsha! Cause has I.
t..., e/ruprclnlranw,oyin cymrra start s plain within the period of the place of execution. lit further and Ross I taken but little by those proceedings, and
far the
vociferously
eighteen months from calling question,
tbe
in of this '
/ Awrica Congnu oHtmlled, Thai passage more important purposes, were, to bind the took him many think the ministry have fared bet. II I It
the no
set, and a of tbe of by collar Iud endeavored to I
General notes and
of the of copy
lit act Assembly Virginla survey culprit to tbe
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stake and her cries ter. The Constantino expedition I
prevent quiet him indeed
entitled' '4 process such
landmarks being afoot"Gtr which
"be transmitted the yon expressionsand
incorporating the Chesapeake and, ObioCaasl Land Office to, General all was over the bridle used to be found the assault Ross boxed hit ears. The caged on_all sides-o elected by the fcorern- II I
within the
the Washington
Coal, anyM passed twenty ser* period among the ashes of the
victim. abolitionist moot, and { trifled whit
aforesaid. brought his action for inconsiderately by
damages,
of February eighteen hundred end .. .
Mtadsy
the commander. M Mole
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nine, be and and the same is bee. :X. And bit it further enr.cttd. Thatso and the jury after a very interesting and plainly stated ta
t ratj hereby the chamber that
the marshal after i t
long as the public TauJi in sharp discussion on both sides, declared for making
tncoied to and approved. the viriuity o! An Eastern Vapour Bath.-Tbt first time his calculations and
aid de
tbe sent an
Set!. And It farther, enacted. That the said road shall remain unsuld the ibid I entered one. I felt an uncomfortable pretentimrot and defendant. So that a box on the"an demand an additional force of 6000 camp to
tweak of tbe
jftey person or persons shall within tbe company, shall have potter to take there that 1 was about to witness some a nose whenever such incendiary without which be declared it would rasa have
I&twt of Clem ia. wickedlyer malrciousdo from such material of earth stone and wood mysterious rites in the temple of Luxury discussions are purposely got up beers unsafe
very to proceed against Co .tlatla..
art Dot to bt deemed bono
i injury 10 the Chesapeake and Ohio as may be necessary for tbe construction of bevel The intimation of the outer contra moms The ministry who saw ia this requisition
anew
tasal; its eabankments, waNt, stoles tow tbe said road t Provided That the grants chamber it sufficiently awful-half naked figures (N. Y. Slar. necessity for asking 9,000,000f from the

dstbt, ridges, culverts, drains. or to any herein contained as well of the use of the clattering on wooden shoes across the chamber were in no humor to encounter .
pan I tee..." to the vies and purposes of public lands as of lire materials for the said marble floor; or exhausted forms, covered TittAius> .JO'III.: Melancholy Acci Ib.I..mbl.itb such a and abto
Kid coast" be sbo ortbey, skill be liable road, shall cease and determine unless the with sheets, I Ivinginattate of languor on dent. A most distressing accident occurredon i lutsly dsclined'accordiog request it. Yet with a .

It al a' o (not Ices than fire or more than same shall be begun within the period of the carpets within Ibo recesses that serve for Monday last Dar St. Marks. Miss full knowledge of tbe refusal and notwitb

1 fty dollari, to be recovered before any justice two years from the dale of this, aud completed dressing. When had thrown off ml clothes, Henrietta Pinkerton alibis place, in company standing bit former calcolntions the marshal

ef tbe I'a of the District Columbia; within a period of six years.Approved and twisted a turban round my bead and a.. with some other ladies, after leaving proceeded with the enterprise, and met

t ted any such jussice: niay, ou Me own view* i March 3d, 1837. sheet about toy waist I followed my guide aha rail road car.for want of a better convev- with ill success wbicb is so well known. .

.r e. application" verified by affidavit to From the and CAroll through a dark passage, which grew warmer Inca seated themselves on a dray, witb tbe1"lad.a I The refugee Poles of Paris bad petitioned
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....j.l c. made, issue fits warrant deseri Army Navy and ".rmer.t every step, the steam become of proceeding to town distant only. the minister of the interior, complaining
bteetbe i injury (committed and upon con NAVY PENSION FUND. to thick at to threaten lu "ueatioa. Beyond a quarter: of a mil.,where they were to em tbe allowance to them by the government
I ,vktten the said justice shall have authority There is strange misconception in the this it a chamber with raised seats about it, bark for New York. Unfortunately, how being greatly limited and in many cases 1

to commit.the offender to close jail, without minds of tome, as lotto source from whence on which people lay extented like corpses, ever the ho nil.tlrllal suddenly, precipitated i stopped already.! There ere 500 of Ib...
toil or mahiprse; : until said bee and costs be this food it derived ; it hat been tupposod then rubbing" then with camel' hair gloves, Miss Pinkerton from the dray and in poor exiles in France and their position is
psud or aadl! laid defendant he discharged that it was created by a monthly deduction patting with their hands pulling their joints, jured her so seriously, that she only survi most deplorable.!

if doe course n f taws Provided, Aotottr/ of 28 cents from the pay of every officer and at if they hoped to dislocate them. When vend 7 or 8 hours aster the occurrence BJ. Lionne formerly editor of .the suppressed .
I Test nothing in ibis act contained ban be seaman in the naval' and merchant service I ,passed through thus silent scene fo there during '*hich time she suffered much pain. ultraradicai paper called the Tribune

Mceaitrued as to present said canal com -thus confounding ilwilu the hospital fuad. was no sound but the occasional slap that She bad started we oad.nl.od.itb the who bad beta subject to so much pro. .,
fill from lerorering damages from ..ul.tfhCJD The Navy Pension Fund was created by announced to the subject under disciplinethat intention of spending tbe summer with her seeatiaa end puaubm.ot by tbe ".rument. ,
er pertnns who may coma it any of a muiety of the proceeds of the sales of allcapture be might chance bit position. I entered friend .! tha_ north-- '-,- hut- -- ._ tr---!-..- .PnM.----.-nr....... died at paris on Tuesday, of a disease ef-the
i fct tretpsties aforesaid. made .by. our public vessels, which the very centre of all the vapour. Here some : bad otherwise ordered and she has been chest. .

..Set.. ,a. Andi bt it further tttected, That durine the 'war witb Great Britain, was very lay stretched on tbe floor In the most complete unexpectedly called to the gravt.and ber're- The nil read from Paris to Brussels bad
"u r.i.uen>nainiisui a land fur Inc use oats large Having been invested in ttorks. the state of exhaustion, while others tat lativea and friends left to mourn her auddtnueatb. at length been undertaken by Mr John Cock.
tH>r|ave. .( sid tarsal I s .!, rrrrintt with their backs the wall t.. .t" .
company. so exceeded the disbursement to erell who funds tits
raise
the
el
toe heretofore been made by the marthal 1 that the use r.rl lias acrumulatcu lu saver ui.o ...,.. -. ...... 0' .......us I, s tuna my teat W*.M ..... proposes to
staid District or aUll!lawful) deputy. mar trillion of dollars, which would. ., of course emong thtse.iu doubt whether to brave thejis- Tranthtionfrttm the Literateur Fraineaue. Faurcz.-The Mbsi.tryrln.s.... ?lDia. r
btt., shall tae as valid as though the ttae: have beeu( still further increased: every sue sue or tll fly nt once from the caldron lu avery Important Chemisal Ditcoixry. We are ed.-Ceont Molt' President and foreign nun-

lad been situated in the State of MrjUod.ttd reeding year. short time however was spellbound, in France on Ibo eve of a new kind of revo. liter Gen:Bernard, minister of war; admit .
bad teen rondriuned in pursuance of f As Ut.la single dollar of this money was and bad great difficulty tu struggle to the lution which will, without doubt, make Ibe ral ItossnasU minister marine; M. Martin .r.
i tfcelatftstif said State throngb the action drawn from the public tieasury. Congressvery outer room where 1 lay for tome time too I tour of the world. Chemists have just discovered du Nord minister of commerce. r -

lid l&rntJ of a sheriff any cf the cuuu justly delermiutd that tbe best diipo* languid to attempt to dress. Tbe effectof a process by which they can remove New A/wfcfcr*.-M. Montalivst, of the in- .
ties .r s..id i Nate.y ailibu which could to made ul the surplus this. apparently weakening ceremony it writing from cud paper without interior vice Oaipario; M. Salvandy, of
8 the General Assembly of the Cumnion would be b. distribution of it among the nid- very .lilhtl'ulludeed. One of itt most leaving the sights mark which might leadto public instiuctioo, vice Gulzot; Mr. Bartb
wealth of Virginia. dWI cud children of those whose gallantry pleasing sensations is the marble like the snspiiiou of fraud. No ink can resist of justice vice Persil; Mr. Lacave LapUgoe.. -
had wrested it from the eneinv. The deci- smoothness of the skin; there it Ibo con the power of this competition and oo kind : of finance, vice Dorhatel. ;
AN ACT further. to amend the art inntrjto? ion, tardy though it be bat dispensed comfort tciousness, too. that among the many impurities of paper can retain the character it bear The Paris journal PEuropo has the following '

rating the Chsapeaki and Ohio Cana to many an aching bosom and cheered of an Eastern, you run bid det s t That the government might be satisfied of : |a the permission wbicb the Pope ,
Compa.-Pal.ed February twenty seve Ibo heart of many a lonely wMow whose fiance lu them all. Mt j. Skinners cruVtnturnjn dangerous nature of this discovery! end has groused for the marriage the Duke of
ih, eighteen Iud twenty nine.Bt path has not "teen strewed with roses. 1M J;ast. chemist went to the prefecture of police,and Orleans the subjoined clause.is remarked :

It enacted by the Cent rot Atitmbly The neldiiional claim*upon the fund tanc -" requested a passportf a stranger, which .On the express condition that our ".lIbe- 1,
Tbitthe Cbrsaprake aid Ohio Canal Lear tioned by the lute liberal ((bough no more was granted immediately. The next day loved ton, the Duke of Orleans, &e. shall
peal be, in the judgement tif tea prrstden than just) act of Congress, will probably ab> Curt for the Dropsy.-A gentleman, in the same chemist went to the house of the even day orav and exhort the woman who

sad directors thereof expedient in lieu of street from two; hundred to tan hundred the Kentucky" Reporter' _civet the ralt" __.n ., prefecture himself and showed him a passport is about to be united to birD, and shall ta. .
Indies to substitute beau, properly fitted and City tbouiaud dollars from the principal hug : in blank, signed with bis own baud. deavor to bring her back into the fleck ef I

for the traniportatinti of persons, wtgou to satisfy arrears of pensions due; there Take cinder from a blacksmith shop and ". It was only yesterday" seta be that this the church; en condition also that the children

ted carriages of every .description, arr&st&trafttt will "be. bo.e"er. enough left the interest .beat it fine sift it. to take out the coarse passport was given me at your office; and tern of this marriage, whether male or
whenever a public or priva'teread on which will meet the annual pensions. particles ; mix the fine cinder in ft pint of if this is the way the police conducts, no female, shall be brought op in the Catholic
skit render a bridge or ferry necessary After all the old claims shall have .been. ad* honey until it is stifTenougb to lay on the wonder that Don Carlos could traverse from Apostolic and Roman religion.
ted such road cannot be coavemently con- milted, the annual increase of new cases I point of cease knife, Dot bard like pill. one end of Prance to tbe other in orde r to Mr. Cess, Minister Plenipotentiary from
Netted under Ibo cast!. will not be equal' to the decrease by reason Give the patient at much as will lav on the reach Spain!" The piefect." astonished sent the United States at the court Toiekries,
JBf it further enacted, That the said nrei* of the death of the pensioners, or the expli a* point ota case knife three times ft day, for all the agents of his office All denied had arrived atMarssIles with a suit of twelve '.
wit sed directors, acting la bebalf of the tion of the ,time for which" they are entitled morning noon and at night. This mixture that they ever delivered this unfortunate persons, where be awaited an Arasrina 1
hill company, and with the consent and topeniiont. is very purgative, and will cause tile patient passport; but they finally agreed that it was venal! from Pon Mabon to convey him toConstantinople.

ftrohiuoo ,thereof! expressed at some gen The hupital! fund both aaallael marine to discharge treat nasalities of water, pur- certainly signature of the perfect which The object of hit journey t.
enl meeting Ib.reof.18 which a majority inwerest It derived ,from a monthly deduction of gatively and by anno. The portion may it bor., Ibo particular kind of paper which' is again stated to be to obtain (ram the Porte
..r..1eI stock ia represented, may twenty cents from tbe pay of each Officer, be given according to the operation ; if that was used in the office of police, and the roy the cession of a port or point is the Me* .
s ill. .to or otherwise dispose of any surF seaman and marine, in the naval or. merchant .pl'.artloo severe, give lettt if it does not : al stamp with which it was impressed. diterra oean.
*water in any pan 01 the laid canal, or service, which it appropriated to the operate giio more ; continue it until the I It bad already become a sbobject of legal There is nothing the French journalsto t.
till f F.ederor reservoir thereof if the? support of the tick and disabled teamen. So swelling is gens. inquiry,of deposition from office. &c. when induce the belief' that the commercial distress
Jfl.. be of opinion that no injury will result improvident I it this class of men that if Gov The patient may eat any diet but milk of Ibo chemist appeared the anger of the perfect existing in France was subsiding, One
*tfretn to the navigation of Ibe canal.o ernmeat did not furnish some asylum for .I which bo should not t.lte.a drop neither end the fears of his sheets,by explaining the failure in Lyons announced in these papers ,
it shier enacted, That whenever i it them when tick thousands would perish take any other kind of medicine while using means. which! be_ bad used remove, the was for a sum of between 700.000 and 600..*
qty be necessary to form heavy embank* from actual, want. the above. I hue known several persons writing. One or the bust bankers of tbe 000 (rants.

** !ts. friers or moles at the mouths of who were cured of that dreadful disease by capital mantaiaing that the act of washing It a as stated some tiroejsince.: that on the .. I
I1ttU.Or along tbe river shore, for basins A Tooou 8Toait \Ve have teen repea* using Ibo above mixture some of whom alone,' bv the means of which a written paper application of C. C. Dalevan, Esq. of Alba '

h4 ever purposes,and tbo president and ted notices the efficacy of tobacco in counteracting were 10 bid that the water oozed out of should bl returned 10 its virgin whit- U,, to Mr Buckingham, M.P. for Sheffield,

** ters may deem it expedient to give aJJMtr deadly ot.au. We had the curiosity their feat, and left their tracks, as they wal. ness would leave some marks by which it an arrangement ban been made by the lalt. -

ttrengtb to tbe tame, .by. widening to cllon a lady, who, at the age of ked oo the floor could be detected. The .chemist, who ., with toe Chancellor the Exchequer;
Biadeoasiinciing. them of the most 17 ate enough arsenic to kill three men r.- was in epistolary correspoodsnce with this for the admission into England free of duty, .
WaiateriaMbe. 'grouod to ravaged for which bad been left in a pantry to poison ViaTuctor Ltuc. The usual applies banker took a .latter which be bad formerly of four million copies of Temperance Tracts
rfttl) them when rats Tobacco was given the coarsest, in received from him remove the writing by from New York. It now appears that the
purpose may by eo lion I India to a fresh oand.is thht! of slacked -
h"prord be told out. or 1.1 rer terms of ttroogest kind to produce vomiting. She lime. A late traveller in thai tbe composition except the signature wrote Lord. of the Treasury, with whom the con
country
f- II tba1 deem tipedleet for ate ttlllud drank a decoetim in all about who sojourned some time the natives above en acceptance for a buddred francs, firmation of the Chancellor's decision retted,
nay among
1Hay. oo inch conditioat at may dl. at much sea pevno common plug.) in the interior parable! to the bearer. This leeepaloD was did not Ir..l themselvesjasUSediaecctdiag
says
et'' tf plicltioa or the nrocttdt thereof She felt no inconvenience afterwards either "A mo-caiman who wu in our employ I presented to the cashier, who paid It immediately to the Cbtucellor't recosjmendatloa.oa the .

.....1 parpoiti. and at the tame lime re.Mth. from tobacco or arsenic. Could wo men was breaking wood. the bead of the hatchet and the banker was convinced that ground of such a proceeding forming a mostinconvenient
BICeilftrT expense ef tbe formationweb doa her'name, no one would question her came off and the sharp edge fell with considerable he pumsalf should have taken it. The pub preced..... On this snbject
I. lie bat suffered this English writer remarks. The issue of the
> credibility. This remedy treasury by discovery.In .
ttfaankmenU moles PropowertB&lltflBo intelligence or ferco the
foot
piers or ; en .creature's
.t.1 IWI ease be to easily( obtained thai if it U effectual it it be bled p.r..lflad fainted poor limotvas tin-; feet the salt of stamped papers is not affair ia much to be regretted; for while ib*
ltd 10 oftoj invaluable in similar ewes. AVta York I the near to largo' aa before for any one may roestora government of Canada; impressed with the
II to injure the sivigatioB sparingly applied to wound, the lootc.r.r.II'.cI..p.
hs of this wash beneficial of their etreulatloa
State Journal (Tny.) ,aid the"man rcovtyedto by means leaving the consequences
sets,.11 be ia force ft relates his but bedstead where bo stamp, &c old papers which are not longer admit the to rapt races publications from the
eo ?as on a Urpoy ( )
I Uaited States free
Glob. of the 29tb alu of end Several chemists of duty end while la Ea
are ;
+ Washington use now accapl. *
tttttra Mellon of tbe caeaJ.! ill otto, wit bat the
,OB re was kept disturbing
taia1.. in the with .. ia ink which gland the Government admit ell
tbe
Tba an shall la most
Newspapers preparing
:- reports
..
w* of Ma says wound ead of walked
: : ttteat of the Lecture at the 'a fortnight be !
of the Mexican vejtel indaliblet others in costly foreign works presented to the British
IIId regard to the release truly' making a paper
lofteeCoMrtsflof the. United aboot, sad in soother week returned to bit
fwd thtUbeTtUdMretttM{ to both Urrea, by Commodore Valise, wo had no labor Lime is lalrdcleofcr.a"lc.1achi which thai! be proof against this terrible dis Maseam also free of duty; the privilege it 4II
doubt were cnfoaodeo' ta they have provedto cove,,.. In the mats time government bat here dtalsd to one of tbe most meg atfcitetf
tfiittnteivlfif tb* fartbtr. sheet do-sett of tbo .'tb... I
... L kitten ol be. He holds that vewtl subject to the16xeetttlve have experienced eeoaoay the good effects of ebb changed its stamp. The sew non bear tbeeypbsr most benevolent and most disiattresttd fite
Peantylraek.JAS. At tbe was captured bj way of fer boras tcaldt of the year and most al! be renewed ever preferred by the philanthropists el one
L.... K. FOLK n Pto ristb It it presumed she will be restored simple remedy of time or kind equalmPslatlou of ea the first of January. nation to the whole population of ....Ihr.I .
end
TO"f/r the Hoate of RiprfwatetUc*. the Mexican Goftmtaent. Otttrageoeiaj water, any vC01f1fG.tcrr I Another of tbt Kia,.daughters to be toads
oil mend ia a this. paste, and l Ifflaudiatalf
t M. VAN BUREN the conduct ef till M'llcaaleet l has been applied sad repeatedly moistened, will LzOIIU'I'Vu.-BIIIt have housekeeper at Kensington Pake, name

YIN Pretl Weet ef...United States, Ie ..ki g. h todkcrtetsatcjyjprts# of. all sBSddilt resort the d"oclt.f. barn; sad if beta reported to the Legislator? of Connecticut lamest by the death is cheat of TOO Lady'besides De Title. Tbs sans .
... iaBO Ja
sad PnII..., of the Settcte.eDd Aaorkan remit baud to T.IIIe. applied later w..... a bluer bas arisen, the for rtMaUss the cbarttrp of.. the New ''alttaVJjgeaaMia FaftJM ananmtatt. mesh
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h- aa&ority for the very e&ctive, no remedy aster tens: I .......' bear IfBlgt Haven City, Qelatba&s aad etem&ruVBute
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_"llttZ.'t Condition. of at Brltuh IsffieA i A \). days ago, in making an inventory From ibis phrc we struck across to the Ibo ocean: consequently !by tlerpcniog ihoso of the l"a'1 erriet iee i. A ,
.r., fiteria., Oi tee dreadfa! state iu' of the furniture of the'late Ducbet to CboI outward ke.oD the reef and kept along! nvers, which are in fact oolbing more than be epl"idly HtafjiMtes) aw, tl, it
N bilk the BrltUb Legion toned itself at Vii i I I rant a box was found containing 1.200,000; the tame to Capo Florida. Oa many wf itbotefceyt drains from it, this lake might be kept witb the combrao effwt of tao tad kh t*'
toria dariag the Jajoary, Febroary, and j I ire uts in gold coiu. This unexpected trea- aud'aa..'Key Largo, rasa, bodiesef ia iu proper beaks and that immense tractor cbnataliastia.atk ed wltti ., .-
March of last year a writer*, ia the MODlhl! I an addition to upwards of 200.UOO. very rich land is to ee lua"'d, It it very coaotry sear nearly cohered at times with vatiad of dalcrt eooods, wi 11 b0 I" i

Repository I .ape,the r Ueviag mat ..ickea.i. francs I per annum which the Undo de Mot-. .'. ). nowever, tad at the toil! could aol water to the depth of from four sashes to tnyend! the power rf.8"pd... It.
., ... I totan rtftlufg .eecn .t. t to wart inherits from the Duchess. Paris pa- eumtqaeatly be ploughed or basked up iatfor I two feet sight at once t be rendered perfectly

The very atmosphere wei I0pregotttdwkfe p er. .. usual way for coltivatbB! -the culture. I dry. H IYURtt&", (Mass,) Msy 27: .
cfite_: v4 ibs ordinary raoroioj eataefioBt efaotblog but fruit, odd perhaps coffee, From ioforoittioo obtained from persons care Aai4 fila" W. are 01"- ...
; fit fIler 10. officer was- LATER FROM TEXAS. could be carried on ;jiroStably. it i. said that who brae resided at Indian River wo ..bavoevervireasoB ..dlt., .... t .tOhJ "ltb ."".:- '
'We, ,wttoeJse :ie dJeidl" The taedical 1 The New Or IoaasTriie American of 31 itult. it illlimUai to the coffee lauds ia Cuba At to believe that large bodi..rCaud peep"' rto.iedsne to the tieaea. 4
staff uses almost! utterly! Jaeatcie0t die sash. says:_** By file politeness of a friend, Cape b Florida; or rather that section of coon- Und. continue to extend North from Wo bare t".I, .1a ......
bireeftttbeafewfoettmbert were almostH wo have been favored exclusively, with a try betwaeo Key Biscayao hay, and the New River, along ibefoasron Indian River. villa jo of our resident iawero 1raMonf.. s
I at tires. urns time lying ill'with fever aodtbue cony of the Telegraph, published} at lloa.na .- Ever Glades, many very valuable' and desirable Should there be a good road l opened from siowea! fall of men and .. ;
r } woe r...&1a.J 04 duty were t on the I8ih Mhy. It camp by the William settlements toay bo .Lle-thi. bay is some point "between Tampa Bay and the sound of the hammer waslocetsiMuf. d
aaaUo to-coateud with tbo difficulties they and Francis from Galveiton Island, bout 30 miles io length, and from 3 to 8 St, Johns Cape FI"ddwhieb. we have ter fram daylight! tea at n'... A... ... .
bad to .s set with. The Spaaish authorities and contains the latest ueite from the seat of miles in breadth. Toe country back it gee reawn to believe Is ;'pta liab1., on eithers wocke.irit.thetsbule.ystem ui ... 'I
refused taeio every dechpiioa uf assist gouerooient in Texas. relidtanoulroo., orally a mixture of;pine barren heavy urn side of Lake Macaco, this very ees act derfbged; Instead of a .. 4ti
ajwet tee. BMaiaboisital waned' bedding; oa tbe.Ititb June, suspended by proclamation bered, rich bam mocks, and high or rather and extensive portion of our country ups.. .,Jbero little employment,ead"W. 4

Rose aril to la obtained, the windows uf ,tbe opening of the land offices, wbkb dry oHrsb-all based upoa rock which like which re I 2s Dot more at thl time bra 50(J Out people ,Balked ibo s........ ..... "
the corridors ia the wretched convents welchwero by the law'e.ftb. 22d of December user tobo tbat.of the whole reef, is a species of coral!, acres of land iu cultivation would in a few i I. lilies and: pl.ecllMl'l' a few UT, u .
cooverted J.tob.i ptals! required beglaaed opened on the 1st June. Santa Anna: which *ben exposed to the air becomes years present respectable population and i!: their limbs and bodies tor other .
1, ; nothing of the kind wa allowed; aad proclamatioo fills D.arl.lIlhe extra," and bard and light, resembling ia appearance a all the busy ecenes agriculture and coat and then took to farming ID&I tuJ
. ."J. tbero IM, tno miserable sick en the stone or contains a very precise detail of his odious honeycomb. This section of country is merce. i''with aod industry trnlYaraosan red w!
t wed fl.urs, covered with vermin, witbwka and bit olives ; his fears cud feelings while! checkered with a number of fresh water (SiluedVH WYATT, worthy, Lot or l.acJ.I procV""
scarcely a eager blanket to share be* prisoner ia the bands of the Texians. !He I streams making oat of the Ever Glade Mod SYL A. SPENCER. mon every metbaa who bas a ha

'....Ia.ll. dozsn of them; their bead. laid is bfclaii eulogy of Houston. The Telegraph Lake Macaco into Ibis bay, among which DAN'L RICNARUS3UY.m yards aad oat homes re sanure. 't
egaiasl tbe wall throbViug\ with fever heat of the lOta says :"The express mail l is North River Miami Little and Rotta- Tallahassee, August aod on every pleemi? ..
e cod their asked feet exposed undsmratb from Mexico to Matamoras was capture was Rivers, and Ann fre.t.VO ascended G.ld..re all" alive with .bee rfd I 4
, the open windows which looked down into ,b y our eoterprising fellow citixen J. Powell the last four mentioned streams in a boat to Names ofCauAiTut and Placet. The fol l. I Wo .ascertain few days siaee -IfLu

the quadrangle court yard, to HID bitter .in* I near Monteny, and brought to this city where they were connected with the EverGlades l owing countries wire names by the ,, small farm <>f 13 or 20 acres whichout
i : ...aeyend piercing cold of night sir It represents the army both in Mexico and I a distance of about or 7 milesand Phoenicians, the gta.test fom.erai.1 peopleof spring bad thirteen occtip.. rM! h
Hence whets. most of the unhappy sufferers Al s tan.ora r ns being in a deplorable! condition. found them deep and tannin with a rapid the ancient world. These D..D the I' i iPboeoicion ny other fields are let ia pieces,rod e Ir a

f'j begaa teJteny from under the iameditte The tow of Houston is springing jr current particularly' oear the Lver Gladet& language signify something [ i that tbe pelt autumn will sits.e1k..
.- de e r tube fever Itself their feet mortifiedtnuny I as if its builders bad pusietslou of AU.d n'.i where they become shallow. The marsh characteristic the place which two, dlli.1 I I II.I out niche retch of 'ptt f tt II'
'r t eI them died and a largo proportionof 'lamp" 'land above mentioned is very ...Ieud ire.uever ants Europe signifies a country of white |grain and fl.mr. Our other rib s
these WBO. survived lost tneir toes and FROM TEXAS. covered with salt water and but seldom complexieoi;so named because the iuhbilants puruing a simiUr roan,. It it ataa..t
fist, either by nature itself throwing cflT! the The New Orleans lice of 30th ult. says- to any depth. by the freshets of the there were of a lighter cotaplexui u to starve a yaakee col... you ratvarrs. .
t ( dead. parts, or by amputation." Tbe mortality "Wo !sere with great pleasure by the schr l lake, and as they lay like the prairie lands than those of Asia and' Africa. Atia signifies > J* ....
was each tbsl t for weeks thirty and Sable between, or in the middle. from tbe
forty Mechanic from Matnmoras that all the A* oo Cape -above lido water, and imfnediat'ly ; '
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".relna-ded daily The!'bodies were thrown naerican vessels with their passengers and oa the Hay, there can he no difficulty 'ac'lhal geogtaphers placed it between Europe j I JS 8e;; .i i aa
indiscriminately into a cart and carried to crews which had been captured at that iu rendering them .by ditches and levies aud! Africa. Africa signifies tbo Uo J I ii{I I ;
.. the the place of ioteimeutwbicb was Urge place had been liberated by order of Gen perfectly dry and fit for cultivation. Tbesoil or rom or ears. It was cerebrated for its ]N.r Friday, June, IG 1837.
bole dug in the grouud into which they were Uuitamente and that the commander of tbe of tboie marshes is very loose, extreme abundance of corn and all .orl..r grain rI'
precipitated load 'after load and which re.mead Mexican fleet was arrested and imprisonedatVera 1 ly rich, and about five sir six feet deep aud Lidia signifies t'tirsty' or dry; very cntraceristic \I' FOURTH OF JULY. -=a

'i. ., open until sufficiently filled to allow Crux, fur having captured these when properly prepared, no doubt will bo ( "rlbo! country." Sp tio, a country ofrabbits Q:1-: The Public are rrCJtu'fleci
its being easily covered with earth." vti.el.. This iso striking proof of the tnagnauimity .. equal to any lands in the world for the culture enuiet. This country is". sure leiI Court la aun.
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I. !I ItI Wbea piton died ii was at first attempted of liuttamento'a character and an ,either of lace or Sugar V.ne.V.. also infested by. these animals, that they used toAugustus >i ithe on bfon&jyat 4 P.M.M

to bert! chats with military honors, and the omen of returning t, between the two ascended New River on the Atlantic side for au army to destroy them. Its j i take itiensurrt f.r the ccle'.raiUo ol&6e& ...
"+ usual dead march accompanied the proces- I, nations. of the Cape in a boat to tbo Ever Glades' sly country of pitch I ; from its yielding suing 4th of July.

doa t to common, however did .this soon .. General Santa Anna was still at bis plan and epos an examination of the country ad great quantity of black pitch. Calaoria fur ithesamoreason.
bseo:ae, that the title cnildren in the streetscaegat tat Ion. near Vera Crux, and consequently! jacent Its banks wo found it similar to Haul, murders France !t The Hilt Culture. We b" tr
the air of the dirge, mud it was aflec* the report of bis having been taken to tbe those just deteribed at Key Biieayqo By .ignifirs yellow haired, as yellow hair char taken occasion to introduce wii
till lo bear them bumming, lad drumming city of Mexico is untrue." except the bodies of good tend are much acterited its inh'ibitants.. The' En g lies: oft, .. IIO&t i
I -II to taeeatelvec. with sticks, as they played. MWhvnwM\ M M M more extensive, and not b upon rock V"I.duni t r is a high bill. Thi "a. a rUlc.d I I this subject In our readers as oas ......

with each other at the steps of the street COL. WYATT.S: REPORT, but on clay or marl. The ...,;.b water at monutaueous pruvcnce in Scotland. lilts' erh In 'be of vast iiiiportatkcetnon!. .,..
doers.N! To the company gentlemen oftkii county both of these places is soft, light and pure, I ii utmost or last$ hahit: 'tiuu, for b.*yua .
,. By Ll..yds Shipping Lin I it lOA o have agreed 6ytubcripttontomiuiuala y and perfectly free from rotten Hate! stone, thi, westward,!, the Phoenicians never ex .eetnml! to lie particularly adopted
from the end to be found ia and wells leiiiteil their vuyag .. Siritaiti Ibo 1 tbS1e
appears ibat 1703 to 1829 (being defray expense examining, or ezloring springs l hut I ; countryofiin of the Silk
period .,38 years,) the average number of tioutk Florida, icith a titw to cgri generally in the running streams from tho a. there were greet U4iititjes| of L l tad l I..it. worm aDd the grovta etd,
twee wrecked was 557 aaou.II!,. In the cultural ,uu. lake.The laud tau. found..n the Md',..eut i.l llul.. Tbo ; mullierry tree of every kiaJ. sad .....

latter year they exceeded 6000; and they re Gat'l'LKII&JfTho undersigned me m* whole country thus described from i Greeks called it Albiois which signifies in'i iA rlment bu tested its truth. \.t. _
bents to have been iaertased: since that belt or subscribers of your company who Cape Sable to New River, and which W i the 1'hcenician tongue either a hit" or high!ii I! ti.tt'.e wile presented with ,
time. Mere than: 2000 seamen annually* undertook tit accomplish the object that I, think generally desirable tor agricultural. mountain, from shdwhitness of its shores; orthe aaanfa J
pec ih tHe in the mighty /deep.Diilifrtanc designed by you, now beg lea. to report purposes lies immediately upon oavigablewaters high rocks on the western coast. Corsica silk aurae'. gfis of the thirty e J....,
In Manchrtttr. Tuesday I that they left St. Marks in ao open boat, oa so that oo mloulll.bot.iII be required .' signifies a noody place. Sardinia th i hi'h batcfisil! about the Utter enJefFrVarry .
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Night. The effects of the emarrassme.itsin the 8th of June last, and after a fatiguing to take the produce of the soil to market "A,itsteis of a mess which it re...an ltIet. 183G, and \y the 6..I.r Seay tbh W

.r t which so many commercial buses hat exertion of 58 Jays, succeeded making a ; the country bas also every appeamnco ItHodes serpents or dragons, which h pro- 'i Kane through Iheir..Trrill..ad... .
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beea recently involved in this neigh general examination of all the country oear or health and iu fact, some of the oldest i ill'h.bitatl dace ia abnndNtice Sicily' the country o ft thtire ..Elf .
torbood. are unhappily extending rapids' or immediately on the waters of the Gulf. who have resided there for many grapes. Scylla he whirlpool. i. distract ', ;;; "rtl were naide la forestfteakj

to the l laboring classes. A great number of between Charlotte's harbor and New river years, say, that a case of bilious fever was ion Syracuse signifies bail savour, called I, hatch but without effect. Ah-'nttbe eedstr. .

bands bare beta thrown ont employ and or the Capes of Florida, and returned to theplace serer kuu"a0 have originated among so from the onbolrsume marsh upon which I II I bruarI837.lb"e egg began to ftHetssJweie
a etttl. frettet number can only obtain a miserably home, from whence they started. them. Ia addition to those advantages it it stood. jEtna sicnifin dark furnace I fctl' uj'no Icavrmf the Cblansberry W-
limited pittance arising from two or : The first piece we deemed important to oust be recollected that Ibis section of our ordurk sttrukyThe al.ove here gathered ,
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days of ill! paid work per week. This is examine, was the country'bordering on the Territory situated as it is, between latitude from a v- ry ancient h'utory of Uritain. 'i, rat heris its 'ru*tb fcj SSMIa
particularly theeato with the bandloom weavers waters of Charlotte we ascended the Riverby 24 deg;.26 m. il entirely :bevoud the iufl u- furnight; then iher the whits orTliy ..+.

or the coarse fabrics w this ton a and that name, nearly to its source, or where once of frost-consequently insures the successful __ ... I b.itrbetl at interval. sad abast .
ii is united with the Ever Glades, distanceof culture of all kinds of ironical fruit., TAt ,iJtto.tf
derable aeithlierbood; and eiterdsy morning eons.i taut 60 W, .. r..w .... e.._a_ tr.... -5... .* ...* -- *.- .:_. 'a .h-| r i...... 1-- .. .Crop.' 'v.uMc The..,.., (3rr.umito.' ito T.ide Jt J- tAJ nsdePneitedtbeirexs 1i V
took place esssiablages tajir ..of..*that**" usurp wrll.hd* w.*! ". diverts narrow, very deep, and crooked crops of com and rice a year and a crop of formed tty a Uurkiruuiitry ayi;farmer weie S. i' amount of sever**! .....o..u.l.> { Abort .

I It H:...,.. *u which they principally resid e. and as you approach the Ever Glades, root sugar, double lo quantity to nh..t can be I tart, that: !fit trh! -:at ati.l l on iu tnrday lat bt'. urtxjttcvly!! we cJiaruYt '

A good deal. of excitement prevailed among with a rapid current. The rate of the con made ia a frosty climate, ant only by the { that country InJ: gre..ily 4tnprovetl rye l croin+ii'h!I: .tot( I j o'I1II..r: of jonnj: wonnt f.o.n lb.,. cj...
these unfortunate meat and In the att eraooarms11 as far as wo saw, is a pine barren, with superior gronta of tba cane lot i bj uol cou- | :tlc!t 1 I.n few rvrcks lint. nisrd hi i the u'-tt d several Iiuudrnl
about.. hundred of theta a slips of good hammock lend immediately i fining him to .limited time In manufacturing .l e'poli.IlYI". former iso very j iy aursibfir ..
precessba,and made their way towards tbeceatro on the Hanks of the Rivnr. TJicre it ; liv,ij tm! the trouble uf pleats ug entia'ly fisniiftilhy, the provided' it ws nut t appearaoc*. wbicfi: are now ia aof _
oaths town, bo.rlI. Oacv several islands in Charlotte's bathos, the cane annually it flywhirb had furwrtlues Of the
preceded by a raaa dispensed witb. There made fro Npjtearaui-a in fields although l i cocooa. si'"
a t>....,to which were affixed two loaves, well suited to Ibo culture ol the tree cottons, are but few inhabitants fettled in these sec thus far had doue no m4uy natural tkr a. c.rr..utirullewi,.; silk b.sb.sasu4]
to in4teate their waat. The numbers spee* tech as the Copsrive Sanoble, and Pine Uonstihey measurably follow fur a liveli-l i From information received frontr h.jlt1.1 This culture
aecvmttla'ed} Islands ; they are extensive. hood offwgrait until they amounted to generally high fishing wrecking, nod manufacturing placos.Loth within.
bslweeatwa and three hundred; and as and composed of a mixture or shell aad the compty root iato ataich. They have, of the dtate the anil without tbe limits rho ia 1''lural&; St. ..m.a

thiy treat along, parties of them entered the rich black sandy soil, and covered with therefore made oo experiments, in airless l likely to afford fair wont kveraee and ryo vialil.crops" A.fro it I I I Iresjtects proves that the culture can bo sate....
provkioa shops, and obtained supplies ofbrtad \ timber of the central growth of the climate. taro; contenting themselves with -plaut Ibis district of the second year after ptautiujc meiszrThe
or nosey. threatening Toolence i if they -I'elallo present>> desirable spots for dire! log small! patches or vegetables, sugar cane terry promising. The corn country is tbsy are tree in -F
one
yearia Floridt'
'IIIIMG. IB toe lings immediately to the Bay and O- corn, lad 'last handsomely pro&ct
evening ins? oiipsrssa' DUI open rims kinds of fruits, such as up; the outs .look
craM alUBbere tssemblod this Doming but ceao.We Lime, Orange, Cocoa nut Banana and grass never better.remarkably.' well .nd.lbe more foliage than can be oh tskeJ is .ftt
Is bate beta induced torefrala from ..io1.lot' made some examination of tbo coun Plantain ; all of which, although rudely! cul. New England States ia five or sis III

'by ta, advice of some gentlemen who try between the above place sad Capo Sa, tiated.lraw with great luxuriance. Tbe WUAT CONSTITUTES AM ArrftxnTice I- at least two crops of silk can be obttissls
addressed tata, ands deputation was ap ble but found generally as far as wo saw, seasons for r.iu. from what is said by the One of the Courts ia New Hampshire de a
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pointed firtai then la wait upon the borough nothing more than an innumerable mast of i inhabitants, Ire much more regular than abut tides that a boy may be an apprentice with*'. a culture adapted tailclaws
reeve ... a .orialilatid' the distressed low mangrove islands, unfit for cultivation. o Tallabasse, and from appearances the out indentures. The d.el/ioD U that of people and if it be such a ssw

situation la which many thousands were I It was represented roans, however, by some country is free from hurricanes. apprentice is under the direction aad con the. e!profit ia New. England what latyntfexpect

placed sod entreating a public meeting : Indians, that quarter,that them were some The Ever Glade to called by the iobabi.tantt trot of the master whether bound by writ 'in Florida. When the feet*ef et
aright be called that the gentlemen of the : good bodies of land high i up oa tbe waters of the country, and which wo have oaseveral ten indenture or not, lad that no which
town might take their ease into consideration. : of the Delaware or what they called the occasions before meotiooed, seems to guardian can interfere to the i injury parent of the or now resooods !#ojhonl ear brfea
They were directed to call at tbe town I Pavion Creek At Cape Romano, which be atrexteasivo plain oa all sides of the Lake toaster, either by taking the shag ;clue, enterprise and i iadattry el
hall ibis evening foi'an': answer, wbfti the is nothing more than a cluster of islands, Macaco, lying ia a parallel direction with home, or placing him under a new apprentice master render our Territory one ef the awttftaotssetiont ..r

authorities question' together with the' shell there are now and then email! spots of high both the coast of the Gulf aod Atlantic, and without rendering himself liable for dams. of the Union. Segirt 8L
h cborch wardens and other gentlemen having hammocks, some of which wo found approaches nearer to the ocean at it draws ges. If any other toe Cotton
err and
consulted oa the subject, the deputation under cultivation by the ladi.... As you towards the cape. prentice without consent person from Ibo an ap Ibo orange will be east} m

aero inform l that applications for relieffrom approach Cape Sable, the country becomes This plain with some few exceptions is be It net only liable for damszes but master Staple commodities.A .
of their body it much elevated above the level! of the entirely destitute for
any really requiring oceaa of timber or shrubbery; re the earnings of the apprentice for the time
.S faonld be promptly attended toattno cbarch forming to tbe distance of about 30 miles, presenting as far ..tbo eye can see, a eur- of bis employment.Oneoftheteondertoftkeage.. detachment of Capt. Hisses' OBB
I warden's ofice Whether this arrangement the most be.utirulill beach thai ie to be face as level as tho ocean covered with .
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pauy a
t n will sufiee irmsjas to be seen; but really found on the whole coast. The face of tbo beautiful foliage and green grass, intermixed conaagexaedttioaadtytrtas I
tonildeftaf the magnificent same lately rai country back of this as far as we examined I with flowers of variegated colours, its toil shown We have since, discovered a track supposed M *
ted ia Ibis town for the relief of the *4iigh. eeeuis to be generally from 9 to tl feet ab is bard and firm composed (lof egad clay, sired feet ia a sheet of paper about a hun that of MU Indian, near Moccaua &..*
tads tad Islands,*' and other COOl taLI. pur ova low tides, and from 3 to 4 above high and when wo were there,generally dry, but a machine length printed oa both sides b y about fift eu miles southwest of tl ".
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,1i ef*{ |It does. seem strange that no thought tides. The texture of the soil immediately boro marks ia tome Placers of partial ionnda- one operation. This extraor* which
i 6ete e0 bestowed upon those at homotbene on the berth is shell mixed with itb loam, tiara, in the rainy teasoos. oxen dinary invention enables a penoa to print appeared to be goisg to the ..

jrfeo are starving coder our very oo- the land back of this, which is somewhat Lake Macaco seems to beat ?et but lit- ber of length of pape&rsqoired for any nuns .
Best lower alluvial, tie known copies, tt it boa I a tiogte and
having no mixture of sand, from tho information wo were without the stop Official information has beta ".dr..f.

Frog/ lignaai. rock or shell, and very compact. It all presents able to collect relative to it. it most be of im- one to put in assisuoeeofany the at the Person except sated by 0... Jrtor. of the fut ef tkedians Jr
Extract of a letter SH the 8th April from Ma an extensive prairie spotted aid skirted resets tire, *.J ISO miles to |length lad 20 machine. The rage exueraity of the
"14. with small c'umpa of timber, generally!! of r or 30 in breadth. A gentleman of veracity com fete. work comes out entire and haiall.n their camp Dear Tat**1

"The diseeateat aid embarrassment which the southern dogwood black mangroveguta residing Iba cape told us, that he with Tols wonderful appears that Aficanojry, Jumper and &**
araback cabbage palmetto tad; some few others, entered this lake' operation It effected b y .
of were .
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by river surrounded
way the by of hesi3eam
nips every aaartar give rise to oume- palm tre... At limes of high fresheti this River Rot torn with placing of tbe tyget oa tterotype placet a party
iu, a sail boat and sailed ..
liiaitterial lad ,
IOU ration of oatbetarfactteftwo ,
If 1
changes. wo alluvial or prairie labd is no doubt covered io this lake for 2 with cylinders, which are cffcjouul ttnrtftff*
days,
may lire reedit to tits report most widely with frost a good wind connected with ire raaklojt blame it laid wit
water from there to four lushes neatly north easterly! direction end did paper machine opoa the Mickwakws,

CSWRg circulated.rise M.council Oatatrava' Messn.bas P.rrer decided, Hero.onto by the the fact overflowing of its being abova of Lake tide Haczco,-but discover ladd on that side of it, that they opt in ry a the properly paper lilt moistened issues from ttato tile strove taill.sntars eootiaaed hostile. Tbe)have aersf i*

sad Aate.io aeon!... Several! cirensteacoe immediately oa the seashore water' aad returned out b* New ww He representoa rollera.whith are. *..ni. inkA t,. _... .i_the__- io. per did the 3 read a rtpreseatxtirt,taVnotified.
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eorroborata the idea that there is some be entertained of the facility with oo which can it .__.1. lake.. to bo. very,deep the water pore oious apparatus, sad .."..Ip.la-I a-printed"6VW Abram a at Taaapa, aaltr *

degree of Ie..e.1 i. the report relative era be rendered by email dame and ditches of no which char toat tile, taw various islaods; one form. The number ofcopies aay be man t. protection of Oca. Jetap. TIle of"Jtto
they landed
to the forger of these geatlemen, as it I is upon-found the lead sand off by the
perfectly diy, and fit for yard or mileaccording tIllS
cultivation, and high to tbe b
ka.II.thl the of at and of an excellent quality, bearing demand, expressed ,tome officers of the jrtIJ
majority capitalists or
our a much lets according tho
expense too than would bo reqoired marks of supply of tbo .. dDanes.
havds/eatcoafideoce ia his conduct lad lo clear strong having once been a SpaoUh ''raw material.*' Tbe work which they will go off after their Greta
and fence the- wo have
tatMrltf. TIle departure of M. Herlltni of Unshared land same quantity settlement From thus there can bo oo eeea Ie Robinson Crusoe, and cousin of .', Tbit U tioir stiwaef aaftfi.
when ibis laud lUll be
doubt that this ooe
fort'... after lake and the immense Ever ,
eeakcat nuraetous conferences with thus prepared wo believe we baxard uoth Glade' around is the source stall the Rivera hundred and sixty daodee two,.... tics, aad is always mat rel eitly MA'ib
our duet is 31r.
the ftif,.l of the eapitalitts costlujwo! of latarpmedcs iaaacial I sag, abets we say that oo land ia any COBS cod streams with empty into the teaoo eith from Ithaca Thomas and French U It the inventor I it ed bI.... la''Is said too that &*}
excel
tan it la
try oovr ibis
or the cotton for near cuoo, er side of the Peninsula South cit"V.o remain unless taim ...**
arnll....... to which M. Ferrer will oat or other and East have bad the pleasure of quiet they
toy growth that
bo a stranger. A merchant, M. Saloon bat rich sad dose tell requires a' 'close, of the rlrer,8t. Mary's, lad at the tame drawings 1..4,0..laIDIIO.ral teeing copies bit r the whites. It b land ho..,.,., ..r
time forms o_
Itft tea Gevaraaeot three aiillonr of real Of this quality of land some haedred tints for stasll a complete inland communica Robinson Crusoe.' He bat one roll ah"rat fine growiagerepe" 01 oar fallow .tisIM
boats
VP. OB a deaWe security; drafts oa the Pbiili-i thousand acres are to bo found hole' On oa.tho Peninsula almost to every point six inches io diameter, which it 000 feet i iu AII I cho., will prove' a
toogtost
pits isls aia bavo been given him and aelato the beach above : and cysts as far oa Ibo length. N. F. Sun.Somt&ing .
aIM.SHI the financial resources of Handa I able situation for mentioned, the most; deslr: i .. Atlantic. .14. At the mouth of the St. They probably wiH' make ao lad'"r

%.. The Qateaa troops have axperitacedsmatlfr I salves open to the dwelling tea, and'*whsre preiotii them' 'John's* froa the fact of all the "1.erCOlir. ew Romantic and SulKme. that. qoarwrMUl lie crops... kU h'h
p..IreaIa'
,'of this
eel coming
iii ftfeffc to the.igbbtrbood\ ef'Veto water Is. to be obtained at the depib of tevea examinsd.runnlaj with lake such a of rapid which current we A tactical' concert II to bo given, Jose 14t It aid tOt I."year tfeey kept op tke

feet below the teabeftcb. this lake must be much above die level o* giola.by Mr.Jacob Tbff Mohler, Weyer's Cave Tir around the eeni aWl b Oat. ...... b tf. *
f9ft saburtaeaa
I grotto oat o preserve the core

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", ;"t fttUt e Woaro U about* to !haea br S, I I jthtn lice alU eutvlving. vtficer ; Jtscrtbing tie IT II .he IDtlhlwu of the Hubscr'tlcr ea gun of 'd6l. I f p

ut'8"t of t1et..... '* (J.xi0 .. eeveralaitieUs' lust, lU tales vf each, and whc:: ,.of bie infant children llrxthiab Isaiah. : : data
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I"" aWe 6 U. GIBBS Eeq. is hereby ther or not U .BJ.ii.uiued witbaut any ftuli or cud Ipba....., tomakvapplicat on to the Judge I THEUNDtESlUftiOJwmiada.it *...
,..... I bertljlM er the RINQSLEY. Actistant Adjutant General ucghgettce en bra pan. j of the Superior Court of ti.. Lastern District of rug &!Ie prasat month,be io at teisaft la tale w

,. 1,..Col Htrray mote la eommaiKi at Fort the t d Brigade of Florida Militia, witb the otl Third Glut of Cafe Florida for authority to sell ue interest 4f said tesumonyiq ir ewes. If* aaamtet boors k.I
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tl .is eiptcted Ia.Ie mews ,9: eoat* of Major,ffcs DiviKLd. GRUWOLD E-qr., re.signed. The third..cd.1t uf tbe U w enact: i minors iu a tract of land situated ou the West I are from 10 A* M. to a M.ud | part 4 toA
...... 1 1- will" obeyed. cud respect*:'1 actor- Ttut ally pe is JU who lu ill.d shall sustain I, side ofthe River St. Johns nearly opposite Mar past e o'clock ra ice aAa,.... ,4
.-. diull,. swage ray this lo"*. capture 01 letructiuu., by i j I I pbjr'e Island, which was purchased by the said ROB T. RAYMOND REID
1 H, order of 8r U.n.Joe. M. HCRIAIDCZ. Ufcaemy, 01 any hur.. mole ur w 1goo cart. 1 subscriber, at a IJanl l'* dal oil the. 6th d'lor Judge Sup.Court, Diet E. F I
";," J.poll,..... 8. HILL WILUAMtf, A. D. C.UEV. boat sleigh ot haruea.b le such property ws ftovember A, D. Jt& 8t. Augustine, May tub. i-3w.A .

......,. -- iu the ervicu uf the United euiei1uhrrby im JACOB DROWN.May .
11UVUI'C& &Talff1'' C ;'cMfAKf.statement .- pr......".,. ur coniMrt.except in caste vibere the 25tb 1637.m LL PERSONS ,batfaf teaadi agains t
Lan TIRE MB D'&VKET'r the I. F, C4.rke.deceased
risk t" which tires |ire|>erty would be lapsed estate George .
,..Wiowiu$ Precondition of NFUaSls the iubmbiunteof dt. Augustine wa ngreeil tu be incurred hi the nwutr if it live Dollars Itetvarrt. will preheat ...a w.i.oiitd...,. -iMiku and
.itali.. ... been baedr dtousto la lull.. that such lull rat destruct demands nfwbatioeiei. Mture agam-(tbe estate
.. yMkNoar and the public itt general that iu accordancewuhtbewi 'I'o-lr] C4iture 1AV A r Iruut the Sub.cllhw''lllb. 3d
reader W ear bad a ,doubt -II of the lU.Kew. ilr. fuaTUK.IJuh* twit was wn hum any fault or tiu;ligifnca un the int. mulatto wench who cads berwrifYHARlilSUiN. tf aiel deeedaal nut cxiiibtted wittuo two year*, 1'i t
tfcboul part of tin OAT tier; and !i suit, who with. ae required by law, will forever afterwards Let
opofMwbtle, be.opened at the .V If. any p 1a s& dbe is between l&andIGyearaold.
"in tolrtecy.! end *.me f *.to find our try.room of the Catholic Church of St. Augu out any etch fault or nrfligi'uae. susiaiued or Carried ut( with her what was barred. .. i" I

j- ...etl gittaled Ir j >&o fact rtlrW'J" tic, on ftottdaylast the &th .sr Julie, I0J7, shall: kU.Vtin dins ige by the death abandouideut and what was not her oa She ii the alive ufMrs. Demand against the said fib-d estate may in my .
be with a."Hr.lJoul&daud
from the
... absence city *
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and
uf any auen horse mule ox.while ,
ar tn r
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which be tir itd* conduct onthestrtete piiu* E. Sauuders but baa Le,
"" N Mary reported
... oa the 10m.ia JOHN SI.I.ui1.AlE.tleeluor..
.
.. par. lb. service aforesaid in of Levy
the fail
ciptee, utiug his whole time to tbe improve* consequence self throughout this city as free bo.n.Iud sent tome i iI
: meat of those young gentlemen who may be entrusted ure. uu lb. prrl of the United tiltte to furmsii. not Iu work b .1 la i*educated '1 b- abuse"
this la his and uiu hoping ta alfurd the same with .utlici iit forage.shall wallowed j j/ reward who will Ike -r
,ITE lA/1f n oJ'ay.rtd We care go aDd will be giteu tu any one I I Court Eastern il
'l",.. ,;" a aw Mott.Northtc neralsAiUfiicliontotheparcm* wbo majr: pat: paid site value thereof"'I'u her up and secure her in tats Fort act that hruiUttcM Superior -
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claim! under! this it I
Children of all deuu .4biisli a provision
ronise cttablithroent.I. .
121+6 a J..eardf to the may get tier acain.5IAU1A District of Je'lurita.INCII.NCtltT. .
8.01 8 miaatiuns will be received on euudnJou they will will be necessary o produce the tMtimony of the !U ROURIGUEZ.
5(4 Mgt''' .. with toe .latiuns ul'tbe school wake officer or agent of the United Slates, who im r
cusnply ten Si: Augustine, May Ul, JtfJ7.
,..1oatI aid f item ,ate. $516.225! 10 lag this alluw nea i iu their behalf that on Thursdays |>rtted or contracted (ur the ervi .of ti e piu* .- I

\.1 tdoe frets of net banks, 89.944 20 when the Catuolie Children will be exam perty mentioned iu such cl.iim, w.d do ol. the .' '
Ie de Af .*e&cjatAp toed ill their Catechisms the other children oliicer uudur whose imiuuJmta commsud the Estate oI ranchTrta) ,dee. !I, Abb"DII.rr.wlduw and atfnifoistiiTnz of Ho

aktlNt.,.. 88.87857 will commit to memory a portion of the lloly same was employed at the time of capture, destruction lIJu'fltt IS KlltUV GIVEN, that four ratioS Urxter deceased Thomas Daxtsr.

goal .JNt 1 a.w 20occosm eriptures, and oudundats. when the former loss or abandonment;dochtriug: in whet J.' weeks flier publication hereof I vhi apply. I Iud Mary heater,
T I way the property was taken iutu thai service uf tutus llou.Judge ol the County Court ol til. 9.. .
... + 5.137 07 must appear at Sundry School,half su hour be "
..,. faire Macs nod Ve.perx.ihe latter will be tempt thefjiutej rit t'?'. the value thereof whether wr Johns County lot.leave to sell su much of the re 'Vitlhan.II.. Gibson.
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Cub. 4,5,070 53 .I, not the risk to which it would be exposed| was al estate ur.raoch Triay, deceased U will a*
his Honor
hr the
su tbat t elI1111.i&eud respective 1,1"u. i Jodfe of the
I
kuffirieul the debts of the said deceased.I OltnEnr.O.
was agreed to be incurred by the o"uer,whetlt* to pay
worship. With the a *uuiieeol. the Kev. Air. \ lvnn firihe Eaaferu District
$763.805 57 willsn er or not aa.regarJed homes mules or oleo he JOSEPH: MANUCY. Exr. p Uitl I
ItswpeaupanuruftitAugusunewho of Florida lull in the above cause being .
perintend the French dip lraw" t. toe Uev. All.il. I engaged M noily I the ame \tnla sntficieiit fur May 25th,1837. filed a Clerk office of this e..unath.\olu'l u. t

Ctffetl Shoe k, 500,150 00 .will be enabled tuprep. re young gentleoivtifuranysitoatianin age in what: uuuuer the lo.s happened and ands\ Ian affidavit it appear lhatth*.defendant .

1ft ; iwrr banks., 1.31197 the line ofbu"iu0s., or fit them whether ur not it WAS lIu.tainedhbolU any. AN ORDINANCE fmther t. amend Ibeordi* Wm. 31.Uibson.. resides itt this territory, but '

I,,."" ao 0 -eil at interest 22.031 25 loretit' ringaiiy Cole: :e in the United States, fault or negligfluca on his part. nance tu .provide for raising a revenue (u* !i iesitlsont I ibi y udieialdat'cG: therefore the said 1 1w

....,ib., di 'posits. 45,032.43 I.The hours ul school will.. Lelri* ra II.-.. Al. tu ball The nun all Hfctiun ill.lllncr.there cube law enact :bt.been the city of$t. Augustine and fur the iol! .ctton ,,, dtlVnda is required' to appear in ibis court and
aril.... U ipaid 427 50 p.'Uw.lve. and from half pact throe ta half pa.l "That in a iit.nor thereof passed, Jib March Jti33.; answer the said bill filed, within two inontt.e
the* or shall be engaged in the milimrv service of die Ue it ordained by the Majur aud Aldermen rum the date I'ftbie advertisuieir.or the as ill
car tlatiea 1 9$ !229; 00 r
Wei ta United fita.ts aud was or shall be piuvided with 1 I
Toe terms which must be paid in advance of tbe city ufst..lugustineTbatfur the )e-r : bill will be taken pro cea/cno against him.
Ffti* H.63342 a home or equipment, or with military accbU hall be levied and collected I I .
will be ror Spelling. U.adinVritinr Arithinetic 8J7i,there ou and JRODMAN.. 4
--- Geography, $&.W. per mouth payable trements by has parent or guardian,and hu diedor from every persons, veuuing goods, wares aid Solicitor too eoaplaisaata.,193i. .
shall without for Mid
$76a,80557 Quarterly in advance, $/,additional cltatgeor die paying pmperty. merchandize the city, the J'UIlU\911J1".m..I., March '111. .
and the same hat been or shall be lust.captured _
Dh tertiraote ted ,Trott Company,. reach,and ditto fur Latin and CJreek. I wit
JL. A f 't."./ it 12 1837. The Uev. 31 r. llackett can be seen at the destroyed' or abatodoued in the manner. bcfi.rementioned tOiitue invoice amount nf stock in trade For Sale.
shall l
said tte allowed
For J.. .,. Itl. Lathier Ve.try room at any time before three o'clork parent ur guardian: wheru lb. .aw. doe not exceed two thousand
A. \\'. WALKEE. 2Yir.T on Miwd at in other raiics, and the Umber prnof that h*; i i. Lakr.
dollars
tween school ituurs., I
e .'At bit mare pitta and intelligible. 'lurni.hed the '
entitled: tlienio t.y having aame.
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and
If aba ve tlut amount not exceeding fuurthou."d .400 Acres near I'icolata.. J
..Vlstilt thus :- .\ or guardian of adeceused minor
m
i parent dolUis.
tieveuieen dollar, witii Urn
LOTS
and HOUSES in
Sundry
town.
1.?. ii slue to us from other ..,..OTICB.WILL will therefore in addition such testimony ap.plicable addition uf one dollar and sixty two and a half
'x,944Tb. to bin claim as i ill pn-viounly' described -ALSO-
basks DB tiOLU on this M Monday in cents,, .or wry thousand dollars above thai *. .
WANTED
TO
furnUb he ideJ aLe HIRE a HAND either
li Hue at on loans.l 516,225 10 hire to prouftlut pro minor
eTti tnuuuL
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next, at the Cumt UUUMI in the
K vrbieb there loaned la the tit* ofliev CitrofSL Ausustiue. SIX IIUNUKEU AND with the proper y there mentioned ; lint the On every slave above the age of IS and under /''Aile or tttaek. hy tae month or, the year.

} York $291.500, to wit: On collateral4KV NINETY AClREB, : OF LAND belottginft la minor died wi&bout1)illg fur -nth prujMrty ; GU years twenty fire cents.aud it shall lie the *Apply at this office.!

;1'. '17J.500.n bill discounted the Estate of Ucxnr: Uevcc. late. f South Carolina and that he.for tho it ptreni,l his or hiving g'tanlui furnished'i, i+ .IUU.II the duty of the vWII"r of every slave aucb slave tu Si. Augustine, March 8. 1837.

140 000. The balance fan beta loaned in ,deed.-situsied in St.Johns Couutr.abont Ijw payment y make a return ul( the saute tu t?.. tax collector
eight miles south of said city, and the westside I same. on or before the time prrsctibed in the next LIST OF LL1"1'LRS.It .
ft* ids ou bunds, aurtgaget, mod short pa- on The seventh section of the law enacts I
Matanzas River being a of the preceeding eettiuii of this ordinance.iJec. IAININn in the Post Uffico St.
part at
!t. 'That in all instances where any person, other I
I" That shall of .
be the
Many.4 the bills in New York are falling tract of?9J acre*. furinurlv owned Ly Don Pedro than,a minor. Iris been or ahaU be eu"dI duty every, merchant Augustine Florida, on the 31st March ,
MiianJa; .utI'.y' .onl. of th- |11..1)| Elias stole keeper,or vender ugoods wales,
r
iiJf e. daily and in the eoure uf being r .ial. I U. uf lite in tlin tmliliry service afure.aid. and h!. bren aud merchandize make II return ullis her vr ., Jd37..1 icb if nut taken out in three mouths
tiuuld J-4-Igrt: Covrt. to ati fv I
We bd .
t .. in May. about $30,000 t in Jane ::* DOWNING. AJm'r. i Iliad| ur with auilituyacconllewuht.thereof who ( risked, by any dual Person) take' uu !before the first day of June next and on n !g. dead letters.

f J40.060 ; of tbute that ll.camedue in AprilLid l St. Augustine May .Uh. lb'J7.Wll : the owner rick of such huue us ur lect or failure to do e i shall be subject to a penal.ly. .. II. John C.1\err.

Hay. wo have no doubt tlae greater part I accoutremrnt on himsell.t-quipmeut and the tame or has military!bvtu ..f$;!>") with coat of suit. j Dr. Isaac II. Bald- M. A. O. Kellogg.

.bas brew p.M'.. .and..that in a few. .days |user or shill b., 1 ..t. caduteJ. ,dvtrojred or abaudun* Sec. a.1haa every person or persons, after flit,. L. ,
vantble funds a in New Yuric.subject to our | UEI AUT.MKNT.irv: t dulled iu the manner before ...mentioned such the pass.igeofthisordinaacebefore'beshe or they ] Mrs.t'rlatell.J.llrl- Emily E. Lo
draft will bo considerably. upwards of.f Janet -r.. 1 1937.! \ ovvnfr"l is nin talnA! '.'J p.iy iheri.. .r
5 .OM i!, n ULF.S IN RF.LA110.N TU CLAIMS .ati.f.icii urn |prue..(. ..e m ..imr 1 tn c.. and th- merchautze within the limits of this city,shall in William Boa 51. J,
11.1a lake manner make return in the ;
provided frrby ati ct .,f t'ougfrs. pas further that he i i. entitled tla-reto. by h M proc'edtngsection .{
proof =- :
kit due to the public\ tu state the reasons' !J std is directed under tbe like penalty. James L. Reran, Sergt. Thus. Mulli .
18th January 1837.eutitld"Mi; Act to I
.,er ceasing to redeem I ill Charleston ur tu vide fnr the payment: ufhorte and other proper pro. rukon viu; furnished'himself"Resides the auiet cud Llninl taken the J
draw 00 tost |>lace. ty lost or de.tn >ed in the military.eryltu ulihe tbe testimony in support of bis claim forthwith tumult e a return to the mayor every Henry B. Conk. O. W. Mania ,

There was difficulty in obtaining infurtna Uniuddtates prescribed in ptiwunucy oft be 4th herein before required, every anch ownrr.there shop or store where good*,ware. or merchandize Miss Hester Cooper John McRa.

lisa of the true state of our affairs b secfinn of the said aAll '&. fore will have to protc lint h" dnl |IIuYldd the I I are kept within the raid city, and shall: also sue J. Cleland l 1lajurVIn.. L. Me k

Charleston and we dispatched our rashi.r. I IMr. claiuit undiir the srovainti.ofihtf act must horse rquipmentit, or wilitary Muitrmients port Urn name of those *hu lane failed to makea : Cyrus Cbalfietd.' 2 Cliotock.U.S.A.2 6

Reed tn inform himself and ns ofihe, be prewuted l at tlieittiice of the '..ird Auditor therein ....:ntiuii d. und t-/ok tree mklhereuf on return .,their snick in trade as aforesaid. and J. Crossmau, Lieut. C. A. May, U.

meant wf uur funds at that pUr. Ou :the ol. the Tie4 sut, |lfp-rlnitit before the. end ..f biut*ehf; anJ thi. prouah.utld |he cuntaiued: indcpotitixn I it shall be the further duty of the said tax smileIec I). 8. Dragoons.
:"r immediately, the said first of June
Ih"neat less'0'iortHii '. ... and each mutl">esubUiitiated bas (be day r
atria) let Mr. fared he di.. ..'- rrcl. thai the > a ui t. *i .priauu puu "i au plu* tu proceed to ascertain and make out the amountof William DePeyster.2 Madam Jos. MrP. .
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smith is
by VI.ltHlC" i>s nerrinafter vid.d b IIIUI wroth such
horse or
deposit or nearly $20.000 tn our t'r.ditj'] iu designate J with respect tu cues of the ola.a un t miilury! )uccoiiniremeiiu.In rqutuleuts tat e. due from each store! or shop keeper. court % "

la* bank of Charleittm. bad been carried Uer which it Tails. no cane ran the pnxluctioii of(he evidence.proviuuoly agreeably the returns,where returns shall have Danl Fuller U. Sat N.

itattit astir to us. tn the credit tf Mr.1 Pint Clara ofCiUtt: dwcriWd, bo di.p"u"ed with unles been made, and where no returns shall have G. John S. Neigbboun. tS r

FiiU.u. casluVr at Apa1arhic,'la, who Dy the first s!ctiin of tint h w it it enacted ; tneimpracUcttbiUtyof producing it be clearly been made be shall estimate the same according Phillip Garbntr, P. .

..'i..il'lt.d. draft of the Union Hank. n fj, .. i'liatati fi.ld...talf.ur utlltt" ieer. innuntfdniliitiainan. I proved and thru the lIe'..;.I and best other to his beat judgment, end assess a double las David D. Gordon 2 Lt. John W. Pbel,.. r ,--

IWi'U, in oar favor on one.( the banks inCairleston o.uutecr ranger, or CA.tr)'. raga evidence uf which the cause may be riiscepti* the upon such ilelirqnent.: andgi: a notice thereof Felicia M. F.Gar via V. 8. A.
far$35.000 wnich draft at ma | cod iu the uilliUry ervice of the United Stairs his, uiuatbe luruiihed in lieu thereof.l corrected parts or parties who may have the same Josbuit Garbrick Miss Rebecca Peck
Iftih of June ISl I t. or whit shall|| hereaf claim must be ed before th* ma)or. it the same shall. be
serif, was uut Fah.l. J since the >cr> ace s.mipiu by a depo considered liable Sergt.8. A. Green Dr. Saml.. Pierpvut
to objection if 1 sbill ,
tel be ui said service and has: sustained or shill sitiou ol tie cloiuijut. decaiiu; that he has not an appeal
Thus witbuutour drdgeourCharl'.* without fault! from officer be made to him in ten days thereafter.: wood llartt'lo Pouce,
sustain dutnagv. any or nrfligfitce received MUA or ageut ol the United
tea deposit was exhausted 1 so that for ,the ] Sec r. That the .hu.. erit. il this Louis M. Gotdsbo- Juuu Patton .
by
... pun *
I CHI IMS|tan while. in aid acr-iee. by the li ufh9r a States,any boi.e or bores, qniiiage. arm,ac pre
present we cannot draw on Charleston or *iMbatt! +ort> U.d jlo,...f. hor, \YnUuded ill .ewufrementc mule .wagon. cart, bunt, steixh. ordinance ball) l lie prosecuted aud recovered rough' L uis Patton'

rstlrein there : haute, a. U whir-h his di-d, sir shnll die of aid I! or.lurn, [as the cane OIl) be,]in lieu of the before any judicial offirer having cognigameethwof H. S.
Hut )fr. Reed. bat written us that all our' "u'uII. or being su ttmitidud, hall be ahandon j I property he .lust, our any cornu ii-.ii.iii fir theisame Thomas Hauly. CapL A. G.S"I"1.
drifts bore leen honored and that before ;; ed by order uflus .nlcvr, and |nt or .b.II'II'* I and be supported, if |'r.rlii-al! I.., h> tie ordinance S c. B. Tint tin first'atid'second: section ofthe J. W. lIul :an. Juur.

as bares Charleston rrangemente will ,II" .', taiu Damage by the las of any horse by death, origiuul va'uaiiiulut, mule by tree appraisers ufj amending the ordinance to which this J.s.llar'iaa. Camp John 8. 8.aaUDtr.,
wade far the payment of future drafts and j or abandonment in coiitequence ofthe doitedtttate j the |pr..|>e,ty.nt the *amt\v taken tutu theAil i* mi amendment! ,and every part of any ordi* A. 4th Au' 2 T.
nance conflicting with this be aDd the ,.
r..iIIIC: to supply sufficient forage, or bee Umitrd a',.tee 'e\I"U. i same are
Mr. Field arrive who will I !
daily to
ct&stts cause the rider tvt mnnutej and primratmlfrom { eiiJenco uihur I"alilhe Certificates of ut6eery ; hereby repealed and the said tax collector Jn the J. \v. llaugbton. WOK Tippet S. C.

JUk good his overdrafts. Wa have 'be. \ his .h<.rs.%and ordered to do duty on (out at 1 who at the time of giving them, were in I collection of the taxa, herein provided shall be J. i Militia.
Bides uotos eoming{ due in Charleston and h a station detachrd from his 'borne, nr wUn: tIle iheuiihtary service: ul'the United Slates, bustI I governed b, the provisioae of the ordinance of Srrgt. Smith John V. "

hire ao doubt, in a few weeks otbe.alabl'l ofiicer in the immediate command ordered or ."oiui iu :iure lowe judge, jusiu ol. the I II 9Ui much I@33., lUll. Capt. David Van

stleJj to continue our tuoal .. at thatIttriUbeteeaby ball order the bursa turned out to grasi in she I, peace ,or other per oii duty authorized to ad. I F.. n. GOULD, Mayor Alenauder C. Jen ness 2 .;

-e. woods, prairies, commons, because the IJui* minister, oath and of which authority, proof: .Test, tauanoStout Clk. niogs, W.

the official statement ted Slates failed or ball fail to supply sulficient ;;, buuld accucupallbu evidence. I I IIJ. K. John Williams,

...,. that wo owe,to depositors about forage, and the loss was ur Ib.lllJe consequent .'. BUTLER AN ORDINANCE, for preventing accidentsthat William A. Kiu,loe, Jo.. Witham. V.S.\
III..., and bare notes out tu the amount thereof or fur the los of neoetssry equipage in Secretary of War ad interim. may happen by fire,aud for the suppress U. ti. A. Y.
of sleet $188.000 making about convequsnee of the loss of his boiae a. eforeaid Approved January 2s, 1837.AttDltEW! lion nuisances. I
. Of this $255,000. shall be allowedaad paid the value thereof /re JACKSON. Sec. I Be it ordained by the Major and Al*' James M. Young. 2
eerptper aioct ttnteaeat was made sided That If any payment bis been or shall be dermea of th. City or Si. Augustine. That if ELIAS WALLEN P. M.
10,099. .... been redeemed at ear counter made to any one aforesaid for the ue and risk TRKASDHT Dzraattrut any persons of what sex.age or rendition: soever St. Augustine, lit Apiil 1837.PllR.V67'lIRB..
sad carried to the cash sod due from otber or for forag after the destb, loss or abandon Third! Auditor's Office,January: 10 J. 1m. ,from and after tha publication of this ordinance \

r ws heals, a* that our actual circulation ment of his horse said payment shall be deduct Each claimant can have the sum which maybe shall fire any gun or other fite-arms, or e
huts of enlrabout 130000. ed (tom the value thereof unlace be salis.ied or allowed on his claim, remitted to him direct I shall make or'cause io be made or sell or utter household FL'KMTUBE

With a capital paid in of $500.000, and I shall satisfy, the pay uiaaler, at the time he madeor pu signifying a> uh to that etlectatsd aw.1: or cue r to expose to sale any squibs roeknt ur ELEGANT at die lfauIin ease. fr
tircuUuoa of but $130.000, bow can the shall make the payment or thereafter show I ing the place ul his reaidenee ; but if the money other fire works or shall cast throw ur fire any ttdMarsa J887. itJVelicc.
. es4i1.f this iostitation bo doubted f I by proof, that be was remounted in which is to bejetmited or paid tu any oilier person a squibs" rockets or other fire works, within the .
caaetb deduction shall extend tut he time of attoi to him from the claimant duly
Witatae loaa and debts due from Other only I power ney city of St. Augustine, computed within lines .
I i be was ou foots Adprondtdelo, if any pay executed end authenticated should be far* comtnenciof al the south ea.t corner of the
user. water C
. wt bare about 06,000 to redeem meat shall have been made or shall hereafter be warded with the claim. battery uf F rt Marion and running south along SIXVFEKS after this date, I shall apply

. M we bare io deposit and circulation tay made to any person above mentioned on accountof I To facilitate the requisite searches and avoid I the shoie of the harbor 'low water mark tn a Court of St. Johns the Judge of rise County
..$800.000. clothing ta which be was not entitled by law delay in the adjustment of the claims. each I I point east of the old M g zme iuard house and Itr.tiun County for letter of Admio. v

. Fr.a our breach at A,alaeWcola. wa such payment shall bet deducted l from the value claimant should nnnio: on his papers the pay from thence to Marta' Sanshez c eek aud from Walker.! on..the of Goods and Estate "r Lyuan .
2*' toe ttttsmeau, ODD of January, tilt orbit borne or accoutrements." I muter or other disbursing utbcer, bv whom be thence aiuag said creek north to the old Spanish deceased Si. An.tlle. iu said county,
J-_- of May. They both show mat wa ...o..bIUb._ l.lalull".r.&hil_ provision! ,.the wa paid for tbe services of himself horse, wa entwnchmeut, and from thence east along said intervsied at the tima of bb l death, of which aUperOD'
.'e dui there fftod used toaad builWa '. claimant most adduce the evidence of the olucer goo, carttteam.. boat &c. .nntrencbment the place of beginning. wi.kout willpUase to take uotiro.LORIN .
. ..... a under'whose command be served when the lure i'KTUl IIAGNER Auditor.Editors I the special license of the Mayor aud Aldermen WALKER.,
fit
would Pub lid statement of occurred if alive tr if dead then (the, next j oraew.p.pan... which the laws of of said ci I,.Ihan be subjected tea fine not ax* Augustine Msv 9Ui. 1837.
. bet Mr. Heed took it wHVbifo to surviving officer i describing the property, the the United States ate published in the severalstates ceeding five dollars 01 imprisonmeet exceed

.. ttestea: value the eof, the time and manner iu which the j and Territories.ere requested to publishtherein ? :I ing five days;aud if the party convicted be a Notice. "
1t saws wall and wa behave that that loss happened, and whether or not it was sustain !I the foregoing rules once a week fur(cur slave be, she or they shall I be subject to said fineor
. M,.. of oar to" his been ..fely I aDd ad without any fault or negligence on the cl.lm.1| weeks and to send their accounts the Third whipping, not exceeding thirty nine lashes TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

. 411..,sattugal. Wo boss bf ......from ante part. The evidence should also io ease the Auditor for bayuient. I and the owner trustee or person under whose aiel::' and all especially others interested Creditors Heirs, Lejr
a =PIiet dial Mr. Fold will lase aathla claimant was remounted after tbe loss, state when .February, IB37.: 2-.* control such slave or slaves shall be; shall be lia of CAROLINE io tbe Etate of
aI i be was recounted hogs long be continued so, ble for laid fine and cost,tu be recovered in a -rbe ELIZA MclIAKDY. dee'd ;
debts-ane tad explain whether the horse whereon he was BANK NOTICE summary way,before tht Mayor or Justice of tends subscriher lmiuutrator of said estate i io.
I sites remounted bad not been furnished by the United Subscribers to the C'Itall&cck of the the Peace who shall take cognizance of the com to apply tu thin udge of the County Court
.
.. b..0 aside by tfei iflswatioo. THE for the County of S'l; ohns at the session of said
. States,or been owned another mounted militiaman of Jacksonville to be located at Jack.a plaints Provided however that uething herein
8 I' order of tea Board. whom for the contained shall be construed Court to be bolden at the city of tf&. Augustine
or volunteer,to payment ,. hereby notified thai the first instalment of to interfere with the in Mid
use and risk th.nof or for he forage, whilst iu Tw.nl16te percent,must be paid in on er be United States troops or Territorial militia or ( t'Buaty on tbe second Monday ofOctober .
next a discharge from his
iI &o possession of the claimant, may have been ore the twentieth day of April t.ae&t.aad the se with any persona or raoosif, in the opinion of of said or administratorship
made s and if it bad been thus owned should i! cond Instal meat of twenty love per cent,must be the Mayor such discharging,firing &e. shall be his estate with and will then lad there present
cconnts said
R __ name the person and the command to which be '. paid In, in specie on or before the twentieth day deemed necessary or done in the legal discharge make a final settlement estate of the and vouchers and
a belofijted. And iu every instance in which the of May,to be paid to Isaiah D. Hart at Jacksoa- ofany duty or obligation. WILLIAM "WI.
claim may extend equipage the several articlesof villa, or to Wm. Rider at his office, Ro.2.! Han See. :. lie it further ordained, It shall be the H. 11 I LLIAM S. '
p which the same consisted. an3 the separate ; over Street New York. especial duty of tbe city messenger to enforce Mateb7,1837.Adm'. or C. E. .Hcll",... .
'. value of each should spteiied. WM.J. BILLS the observance of this ordinance and he is here g3,- ..
,
Stfond Clan of Cau. M.K. P1NCK8TON, by authorized to apprehend aov and all minors ** .

.. The action of the law enacts WM. RIDElt.STEPIIEN or slaves who may be guUty of any breach of NOTICE. .
11V That any person who iu the said military EDDY this ordinance in his presence, and take them UF
__ enrylta .* a volunteer or draughted militia man, IdAIAHO.HAitT. before the said May or or any Justice of tbe Peace BOOKS stock cf the 8UUSCWPTION. ..
uavtrtl.R fttrekbed or e&all furnish himself with arms Commissioners ukder Act of Incorporation. to be dealt with as herein is provided. Ida Canal coUJp.alwiU be east aad tenth nor '
. tad military accoutrements, ail vnstaioed or Jacksonville, March 31st, 1837.'WOTMCE. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained That the one open. oa Meoaariao
first M
M t. 8* MW*. SMtturtftk, Ciirloetea. aaS sustain daatga by the capture deatrao- ". half of all) tines arising under this ordinance shall: ofueo.d.l.t.y JA_" t*next A la this cifer-at the effie*

tioa cubs same,without. any fault or negligence be placed at the disposition of the May or,for the u.urea Theywffbaeo at t a, Gor vSv8.mootbj.
VUKAXKD.. oa Ia1e part or who lost or.uU lose the same byraaass SIX weeks after date, 1 shall 'apply to tbe purpose of enforcing its observance,and the ether d ,.. lor*
0.S. S. Km, Setthwlek, Ceteoai1LH. of WI being weunded the service dull of Ibo County Coast or tit. Johns half ehall be ptoed to the. credit: of the poor JOSEPH
.aL to allowed and paid die value thenol"Lath County for letters of Administration on the... fund. JOHN 8ANCHES,

'If : .,t..... It.liar,.. claim oodertbie pi evlsienmuatbe esttb* tate or 8CIPI9 a free Hack late of said Passed the 83d Dec. a83G.E. JOHN.FONTANE.M. HANSON.
laW tie officer who commanded the clsim county deceased. B. GOULD"I ,,.
eMsrletaas. ...... N1Mk Cmk. by B. WILE1AM LEVINQ8TON.:
aM when t.. lw..,,..... i&Ute j ar ifdetd J. tf. GOULD.St. Attest BEG., Clerk.. CHARLES DOWNING.Cammiatltatra.. j
Augusniae,3d June, 1837. 31 9. .
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.yo rick. Court of abe V llrio\ AN OltlMNANCC'rtliitiag to tie patrols toe said city* dirseted t. abvvo |i-Jed. agaustevery An OLDINAYCR
Superior ''
i SUBSCRIBER iait&d fit City of St. Aogustine. such delinquent, requiting him la appear IIMal eta Trsuaisr' 'J4iI' t. ... s&aI.
THE leuicg of East Florida. sad dient for before the said such for... .:
North tbec*:tat BJttof Jo&f, aDd pub I I \Vberetsit accessary .z Mayor at time te bo obtll t1'". f.ilJer'

a fielf gives corks U >tad. Busda *&4lct bin MTITION TO FORECLOSE A A.OAT Ibo good government of tbs City of du Angus- d ignite, sad alter area, if toy bo bat or eta I. JH it el "" "'II""
.. OAUE.THOBAS tics," Ib'et, of the inhabitants thereof "the hew why t fine should not be aaststtd against fI/- w" W
tf 4L.. f4. I.MI&, will bf presdatid to him ".. tom q.A..JtT
&oso C. ROCKUILL and others .pailicularly preservation oftbo public moral, and the preveaUoaofoffescesegaiast him and the return of the said commandant be .ppoiattl II
ofitfo tbeafeh off May, tei J1 who may attest the JAt
i be **d eUed to him or said vemi}, will 'plena I named in the petition. I the pnblie peace, bo .ullicil.n../cda evidence of such deltaquencj A........ aTwsjiSr' fir 3W I
i the that t regular and efficient patrol be eitabiisbedtherein : before .lI&IriDlapoa
settle versus the*eX5ir
.8.8.satsoTli Mills- will continue rnaniof bet Diuc F&tdscUU.OTICE by the Msy or and Alderman or said city. See. 12. Belt further ordained That if the of hie office, sSaU girt a bStfSJ!?*''

....ibis pit sad Cbtriestoa.sad will be con IS IIEREDV GIVEN that con Wherefore ttis i hereby ordained by the IUd person to appointed to command said patrol ofoneUxoosajiddcttar* wHIa... ....
careful tauter.LYMANSOUTHW1CK.. 1-11,0rancl Alderruen,That every white male shall neglect& or refuse to perform ell er spy alibi and....t are., or ....
mended Council 11.-
experienced ..
by t JL i formally I to the act (the Legislative .
duties of him this
I inhabitant of said city, over sixteen,tad not exceeding required by tct, bt shall oa conviction by Uo said 3Iaor and
DecemberIQ24. Alde
of this Territory, approved |lib sixty ur.1haJ1 be liable to do before the said Major be fisted in .es.
years tny for&lie faithful performance
_
1837.IN .
8L.ApgnstltseA t11)ih entitled a act to regulate the foreclosureof oftb..
t ttdrol duty,therein.8oe.it. sum net less than fire doMarsi nor more" tJaaDt..alldoUar..ad See.8. 11.ill'" ..I .
h Mortgages by the courts of Common Law of Celt farther ordained,That the major if any other member of said which bare heretofore '.q'1atw'
I .....,. 'IrAtar'. B.f. this! Territory.aDd for other purposes,"petition b.e.l ..
", of said! City shall cause every each white msle patrol (who shall lure been notified m manner. may hereafter be collected +ier
,< j I \ VlftTUBof .. order sale Jadcc of the of the plaintiffs the above cause has been doll iahshUtut to be enrolled for each duty,and that aforesaid. .ftglect or refuse to perform alI, I. 1&of the aaicI ckl.11W1 be for tlapied .. I

County Cuurt for the County of Moeqaito. filed in the Clerk'O 3cc cube Superior Court. aid 1811 or b. .aahurihd aDd required to causenot or tjfly par oftb. duties required olnimby>> thistet surer daelOt.See. ever w
St. Angnstine.
held in this of
:, awitleli.1.. tt public auction ia the city of for this district to be city 'lees than ten of the said white male inhabitants or shall misbebtve.himself or disobey toy
, St. Aogustiae.ca the fibt Monday cf June nest In which Mid petition, the tenements to be detailed for each and ere 1 night 10.I. order or the said comlD ldant.or of the commandant 3. fis'fxit'.9TdHtd, '1\at

! tH tfttt piece or parcel of Land containing 600 mortgaged by the said defendant indeetforth.to thesaid plain-The perform paarol duty witbia abe liiDi..or said cia,. of his squad, bo shall oa e&nvktion u t- ball be drawn from tho Tretsary 7 I

toree mote or MM, being the southern part or. tills,are p.ticularldeteribed dlC. :J. De it further ordained that the said foreseid be hued ia toy turn not.lest than two ce pt oo appropriation made by Ike I
f', trset or land containing 1000 acres originally mortgage is dated the 10th October Itra and mayor shall appoint some suitable person from dollars nor more than tea dollars: and for the Aldermen aforesaid tad dWib.1t
Amoroso Hull by the Spanish GOTtomcat made liable to fufVUoaure after the lapse ol seven the I payment of mosey by the phi.
.. granted to among those thus detailed to commend same nonpayment of tny each fine and Ibo eottt efproeecutwu
1'f situated near New $ in the year* from the 20th September 1(39. the who shall be end bo signed the said mar", sad
.
myrns for the time being, obeyed respected the deleadtat IDa, be taken aDd lboCler1i
I.I I. County of Mosquito, in'wtut was known U property mortgaged ia as follows tThatcreatn'hoaaandlotogroundl- accordingly" ,and said Mayor shall furnish* committed to prisoa until said boo ud costs shall by of tU Botr'd.SSeo. .

Tara*nil's west swamp. l"iD.ad him with t list ofthe men who compose his patrol l be paid unless be shall be sooner discharged by the .4.&i< f ********e1d.TIatI_..
.
ALSO: being in the city of St.Augustine in Hospital tt least twenty four boon before the time when byordeeoftbeaaid3layorandAldumenor.seen' duty of said Tr..m cedar to i

All that place or parcel of Land containing Ward fronting on the street (o'merlkaowD" the said petrol shall be required to meets who may bt issued and the amount or the judg quarterly of all moneys which aa9...__

I a IJ Sfe aciei, more or lees being the southern part Royal street now called Charlotte street bounded shall cause hit men to be duly notified, at. least meat levied and made alibi goods and chattels bsodstsTretsarerae aforesaid
l or portion oft tract of Laud tbo' granted to Am in front, on tbn west, by sajd street and in twelve hours before the aid tune. oldie defendant. Provided whore the penalty Sec.&. B* HJfrt&tr ertfsaed. Tk

.> .. broil Hull containing 11$) acres, situated .t the rear on the east, by t 'lot belonging to the Sec.4. Bo it further ordained that the person whipping is b/ tote set presented egaiost Treaarer shall be allow ell tw4JJff t

J New Smyrna,':,Mosquito County and boundedon late Daniel t oa the north by a lot now thus appointed to command said patio!,shall have any slave, tree uegjo mulatto or other colored cent upon all moneys received, ... /
Half ..
tie North by 'land belonging to the Etate of or late belonging to Juan .Jose Basque,tad on power to keep the men under bis command in person the sentence my be commuted on the and a per cent open atlsat.La: ..:

Mary Dunham, dee. having fur its coutheroboundary the south by property lately belonging to the good order audio cause them to demean themselves payment of a fine of Dot less than.two dollars nor bin U t full compensation lor kit.......t
\ ,the southern boundary lino of the said heinof Chrutobal Uravo,and now the property properly during their term of.service tnd more than twenty dollars together with the Passed Ileccniber G, 18:30.: -

: tract of 1 ISO tens and fronting on the Millsborooch sftl'o heirs of Samuel Cook containing, in front that it shall be his duty to do so ;and that be may COtta of prosecution. And provided also that Tos E. B. GOULD .L-.. .
BERNARDO ,
river or rear twenty Spanish y.ru..ud on each side! divide them into U many squads tshe may deem said mayor shall not be entitled: tu any costs in PEGUI.Cktt'

B. A. PUTNAM. seventeen and t half Spanish ,ar... expedient, and to appoint some member of etch prOlecution.commenced Ier this tct,but that -
Adoi'r t't.! A. Hull. that lot of land end house thereon In the 1l.I2'flNlI. -
Also
squad to command the sums who shall bo obeyed til such costs u he would te entitled to charges
9W. March 837. city of St. Augustine in Barrack Ward bounded and respected accordingly, and shall have power, shall bo taxed up ia four of the said city and Cu..a' Vinci. dJ'irlU'.I

l on the north by the lot belonging tu the |late and it shall bo his> dutyto preserve order amongstthe paid into the Treasury thereof. sa. d.utiu. E. r.yanb 16,_

.....>..',.''trR t.r'a Jt""re. Col. J. (i. Forbes;on the Houab,ivy iJurack ac. men under his command and shall oa(being Sec. 13. Bo tt further ordained.That any person THE following COQl".i ... ... 1

FBI HP. UN UK It SIGNED hereby giTee notice on the east by a lot lately belonging Antbouj furnished with t list of hb men,by the commandant .liable to do patrol duty by virtue(this set, to nj, 'l.tJa"Gt8lna f'l4 i
S JL that be will present to the Honorable the Proctor and on the went, by iieurgee Street of the patrol give them the requisite notice may relieve huiuelDherefruni by furnUbiug to eat of the St.J bn*.tad.. '.'J W re rte 1

County Court of the County of St.Johns at the measuring north sad south nineteen vtrae end of the time of meeting. able bodied substitute but sued bU be formation of thus concerned.

next term thereof, the account tnd voucher of two feel,tnd east and west ;aweua nine rites See.& Be it further ordained that the said liable fur any neglect or refusal of person bas substitute, J. F.RUiNED+ !

.. lag Administration of the Estate ofAMUROSEHULL the said. house and lot being at the date of said pltrol.hall. (unless otherwise directed by the to discharge all or any of hie duties, and for every wat..ad Alf&. e...:t,.

deceased since the lut settlement of morPgsgeoccupied by the family ofGeorgo Anderson laid Major end Aldermen,)meet it o'clock. P. duobedieuca orders or act of disorderly

1! the seas,for the el.minltanll.ad settlement of Esq. M. tt tbo City Council room which shall be their conduct clinch substitute as thuuch ha hiiuiell I Ass't AW'T. GxsxtiL--.- n.-........_
,. the hid Court.UErd.. A PUTNAM I Also that certain tract or lot of ground in the head Quarters and whys that portion of the patrol I was guilty thereof and the said eubsutue. shall I

10 Adm'r Eat. A. Hull. city of SuAnfostine.known by the name of who may oot for the time being be ou retiredustyshatl also bo liable therefor to the same penalties*hi* Ste-The, .J
, March 22. J837. 4w. Southern lot bounded on the west, by Carlott remain during the night and that..aidp.trollhall principal.i GfII 1
tt I street; on the north by t loa,called central'lot;on remain oa duty until broad daylight >*{c.I'". Ce it further in relation to abe deliverer *1
ordained That the said ""** '
the east by the waters of the hatbor and on the tlM PUUUC& *tUfCt tu ,
the the
Court SouthernDistrict next '
i Superior on rooming.Sec. ily or, may with the advice and convent. of the nufottaa,4
south ... lane in fronton era by Indiiti .
by a .allaUttl or measuring I d'l'ruLatiou.
D. it that the ,
6. further ordained commandant Aldermen duap.
aid for good Cal"*Acirt.remit all or ...
Florida. Carlott three feet end in .
of street seventy j acquainted aher..ith. .
1 of the p.trollb.1I on meeting, divide vr said tine ..lId.anill. ,
four hundred end l down any pail or excuse will be *
depth filty feet to low *
1 IN CHANCERY, the earn,as near U may be convenient into two.qa.1 any person from the periurmauce of patrol You governed by them ia V ..
Win Marvin vas, John 1retail at. Frances water mtrk. parties,one of which shall be placed on active duty or dispense with abe patrol altogether! ifthe .ael.t tbss po!t. llwse iastrocSt 1
,
t .1 DeIe.piD'. tl4pbta Wallace/ G. E. Wallace And also, all that certain lot of ground Hospital duty until one o'clock A. i11., and the other military authorities shall take such dentuudare given ia eonsrqutftcsifJJJ'1been

Frances Uetespioe, EmUino Oelespine, Me ward city of St.Augustine bounded on tho ehall remain tt said council room, subject to tbe sores t* in their opinion to render it urea represented 10 Major GeatrafF*
) i tilde Delevpine. Henry UeiOllPlnr, Joseph west in fronton Charlotte street, on the south order cribs commandant of said patrol when nnneewary great abases h+d been P'ICl ltd ia tLi
aud that this .
ordinance shall ..,
; i.t t i. Ueietpine Joephino Detespine Mary Deles by t lot and premises occupied(tt the date..tlb. they shall relieve the party on active duty receive a liberal construction, but the Gist tlwaye aud ratmns tt Past H.ileman.Confurmtbly .

pine,John Drysdtle,Archibald Clark,Michael mortgage) William Levingston, on the north who oo being relieved shall repair ul second ectiott thereof lull not bo construed to bus latrwctio."
Lazarus,Timothy Street.IT by a narrow anewhichseparates it from proper said room and remain there subject the like order wub bold ration,from 7lilit. e
to
extent to who have been
tr,at the date of the mortgage,owned and occupied any person may inna .
i; APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT until discharged sails morning; and it shall Cititrstiu7iafgenagcabO a
tend into the tithe United
military State
service
all the abort named defendants except by the said Dirk Fleiscbmau t end on the be the duty of the officer, wbo shall be in command or oftlti Territory, until be ball have b eu discharge 3>, Fnyumtm jg.aisg"'ur, tt L:
Henry reside w'ttboutthe Southern east byMataoca rirer. be 3.). '.W r. /.nlaoulifwr. .
Deleipine. tt said room to cause light to kepi from such service .iM ar
judicial District of Florida-and that thy all re- And also all that lot of ground,in said city of constantly turning there and to t.ke charge 0(. Sec. 15. Be it further urdain.d.bd: all ordi- AoMl;she feat.ara4ft|
I
I aide within the Eastern District except the three St. Augustine, bounded fronting east, on St. and keep safely! any negroes. ,tnultltoes, or other. nsneesaud ordinance heretofore in forceiu 4th. Lttttrtrtt ,ri{ftrriag Ultu.. lihits.
4 last named who reside within the United States George Street ten Spanish ".ru.and in depth : coloured persons,and til disorderly pellau..oIDI part public urtiis W lAc AlA w.I"-rL DIJ'
forty six vans, bounded on the north by the this city, relating tu patrol*ur t<* patrwl duty,
but out of the Territory and that the bill in the be arrested and brought there by any of said case wh.re in obedient
l. caaae Is! filed.-OBDXRXD that the said defen- house and lot of.Juan Gianoply south by the be and the same era hereby repealed, and that tioa. tail.*; ttI'
I I house of Antonio Bare, east by fit. George'sStreet patrol. ordinance shall be ia force from and after itspsrssxe. jou may deem it proper tu wick...,
dante,except the last three named appear and Sec.7. Be it further ordained that laid patrol WEEDON (rom tholll who have beretof
: and the home tad Major.Paad re heel" :
west by lot of Antonio ; '
enswet said bil) within two months after the shall have and authorizedto
I Pons. deceased. power they are hereby June23d.l&U lUll will inform the parties. tbatje gy .
,
4c first publication .,ibis order.ami that the three enter into house vessel orbott that
disorderly
: tny ia respect may ia Uw .tot.A&ZS
And alto, nil that lot off round in the said at
Put named defendant appear and answer the city where they shall have reason to believe that any isfactton therewith tx '
said bill within four after the first of St. Augutine bounded u follows .-On the appealed fit. It
mouths
publi- slave harboured
or slaves are trafficked or dealt City Ordl 8I1Ce.. comni nding Uenert!or in Li ItS
south by an alley, oa the north, by t lot of the *iUiua&;
oatioa of this order otherwise the raid bill bo tt- with whether be white
heirs of Alateo Gertdtrranit ou theeast by tlot soma may occupied by An ORDINALCi: requiring the dtaiuing ef niaudint officer heio.latufurther.directed. 5Ii
kcnjrreceitaso.And persons or others and to apprehend disorderlypersons Maria danchez: Cre. ".
: to
of the heirs of Andreas Hemenos the require
ills funber ordered that this urder b.pubU.eeI west by t lot of the estate of Michael, and on I wbo may be found therein and take them lie it ordiined by be Major and Aldermen of from time to time repot to the cotnatattf taatvtsi .ItPt
ii
Crosby
si the Florida Herald
one w..k.ln to aid and detain them there until
room
they ut" It. oral the of
the City : llugustaie'I'tsatper.uua.wuing name each .
measuring hi front east and fifty pcr on U J
west nd
seven
t
in consecutive J"
8t. four
month pubUehed. Augustiuefor half feet sad in depth south end north sixty feel can be takert before the laid mayor and th.it the Iollhureldiuul": '' of through which' the said Jer ibis order exrlude trout rmehiax rSd
commandant of said patrol or of the I
ar 1
more ot less. person creek cullod JkUria Sanchez: creek witUti the n. toat
Dated December 7th..163G. And also certain re.ting.ucb slave or slaves, or disorderly person limit .,f aid city unj: situ, hall open the saute Very pectfuUy..
t tract of land
lAMESVEOD. Ju .. coo]
tainins; four hundred and four situated or persons shall report to the said Ah'0r.tlm upiuittf tu ur UJMJII their i r':*p ctiv,t 'lets, *u that Your ubd'L ..,,'1. atIt
A acres,

Copy the 61 next morning under oath the cause of their sap h. *,ui< III., bu properly' unused, and If ."A Signed) IJ.J. CUI3UULD,
A. A. M. JaCKiow, Clerk.IN lu County St. Johns Terntory tare and detention;and it hall be the ufevi I I
duty after
such hail due lioticc Hussar the sad } A.e1Adj .
alor said, on the tint side of St. tieorge'e Lake ptruti < Act' Bn:.hbl
ay handbill, tdtertising) ... of t too now in the ccunty of Mosquito t the first line Mayor to examine the charges exbibitcdipgaiiist. Mnjui and Luwuili, uegU.Cl ti. du ..., it rlijll j,, To Lieut.J. .'. hasuv,A. C. ::,,.
such slates
all
f Wtt.lmea\iOD.d the names of Joss Parr running north thirty east, sixty chains from a to punish or them disorderly if white persons,end byre ou conviction fine tau! dut; "l'tbQ said \lil1 UI and Gouucii tu 11.1 I t I F. U 31 MUD. I$1a

f: sod Fsuncts Root to. It is t cutler ofiecret tome cypress a pii.e tree ; second line south seven?) five dollars each persons the Santo tu be opened as aforesaid at the proper AN OUDl.NANCE totm.nd an ,
that the allusion ..made to them. I hate east thirteen,to a pine ; third line north sixty not exceeding nor less than twodollars cost and charge of the uwutr ur owner entitled *..n nrJinince to reguUta uWttel I

. I since found the bill,and In Janice to them I four east, fifty to t pine fourth line south fifty twelve etch or by imprisonment not less thou lot ur lUll, the jid cust aud cb""c.lo be U""C"I I Ierifduf graining aud issuing once. fur t&e i iof III<<

deem ay duty to mention it thoe publicly west sixty to in ash; sixth line formed and boun oor more than thirty six hours or to commit curb uwacr or owuer b, an pintuou, tiuuu. aud othr htL ijcIn

> WM. LEVINUB rON. ded by said lake or Court recognize toe them to appear before the Superior .uml'.il before the lid Mayoroi any auctju- liquu-. within the c.ly..eoiL. -. --- -A..erur .,..-
The aforesaid tenements tt next term thereof to answer said lice of the ieiJing in said ( other IIN
June 1,1837. moitetfedta afore. |iiactt city together purpose
I said. are subject to a previous assignment made charge tod if slaves, (to negroes Iud mulattoe. with fifty per tent damage thereon. Bo it ordained by the Maor... .l3Jrttep oft

City Taxea tor I pj37.THE I b, the said Ditk Fleishman dated 12th October or other coloured persona, tu cause them to be Sec. **'. Ue it further wjciaed'I'hat if the own the City aforesaid that it shall nut be!*.&! tt

UNDESIGNED hereby notifies all 1825.to his trustees Davis Floyd Edward R. punished by whipping, not exceeding thirty nine ei or owners of any such lot or lots shall, to nunresidenie any dealer ia any vinuu. spiriiao.s,.at
his
,that he hat commenced receiving I Gibson William II. Simmons and Geo. Gibbs, stripes where upon or vinous her bare back and any house hating !agent in said cit er having other intoxicating 'liquurS Line bud* f 16I
all of whom then resided in the of St. epiritous, or other intoxicating li such the Mid shall refuse in larger be S'.s
the City Taxes,for the current year(1837) city Augustine be agent agent to comply any quantity to drank it
.ad wi4iconunue to receive them until be first intent for the benefit oldie creditors of traffic quote, may be carried retailed or in tsar which other trading ol with the provisions contained iu the first choose house or shop or in upon or abort Us IiI
on, slave
of July next ttfer which period ibo City Ordl- the Bald Dirk Fleishman for debts due on the be found may during the any hal of the fury uiag section then it shall be lawful premise.or to permit any each viaots, +.pid. I
date of said assignment, and after the night season, without writ- fur the said and council the OUt malt
cause will be enforced against ill defaulters. Ho paymentof tea authority from his her Mayor cease said or other iDlo.ticatla.liq1IO t*MSI tlt1
further notifies tt to persons wbo hare neglect the same the surplus mount of the Aid property overseer, or employer or or ID .hicb master mistress slave creek to be opened and properly drained throughsuch drunk under penaujr, (if a whits er fiat
od to make the return of their stock in trade, essigned u aforesaid was to go to the slaves free multtoes any or lot or 'lot tnd to sell su much thereof ed person) of twenty dollar for etsrj efts t1w
or other colored
tad of their" negroes, in accordance with the City mortgages aforesaid if any amount should bt persons,shall negroes tt time be found, or' in public auction to the highest bidder ou tftergiv* to be recovered before the Msjoraf...of, 11It
any loitering or
Ordnance that will due to them. thirty days notice ol such sale in tny Jcstico of the Pesee.
be extend the time until which breach of the shall take rift some public residing t&entai* ItCt
the IGtb iatt.,on which day, the book will be The following tenements are included in the or wheoeyer toy white peace place newspaper\ printed iu slid city;ae will be sufficient half to the use ef the said city sad the etesf

closed tad. the fine will be imposed. said mortgage and which are not subject to the sons shall be found any associating person drinking or person or or per. to pay the cost and charges opening to the use of any persoa. who may see thcover CtIl

Those arrears for City Taxes or for rent o said aaiameD10 wit bling with negroes mulattoes or other colored gam and draining together with fifty per cent,thereon the said penalty and ira s tats, eft>

""" City lots, ot houses, tie requested to come forward All that certainjbonse tnd iot of ground in Aid I persous or where any betting gambling for and all cost s provided always that the owner nine stripe, to be i inflicted pen his sr tab.

aid psytbemto preterit fu.thtr ospetso.lit City of St. Angustine.bounded North and East I money, or toy other thing, shall take place or owners of tny lotus lots so told or toy pa n I back upon conviction before tat said Mfjvfsnyauch 11k
:w may be found tt hie office in the Court by lots belonging to Brigtdt Gomez; tooth by a either in the day time or night or portion thereof, redeem the same byfpty Justice of tat Peace. ut

House from 9 to 18 tad from 3 to 5 o clock dai lot belonging the heirs of Antonio Mier; and shall be deemed and taken to be a disorderly season ing to the purchaser or purchaser tt tny time Passed b Council 90th Mtreb ... '

'/. west by Charlotte street. And Also, all hat house within the intent of this act and the license within twelve months after such sale the full E. B. GOULD Mf* i Ifi ,

GEO. L. PHILLIPS certain trac tof land situated in the county of&101uito. for keeping tame for either of said causes amount oldie purchase money together with Test B. 8ECUI Clerk.

Assessor and Tex Collector. iu Territory of Florida,la what b cal- bo ",olLeer sad rendered may entirely null and void one hundred per cent thereon end all costs tad '*' I

St.Aegeeuae,Vod .June, 1837. led MeDongall't Black Swamp and bounded. aDd toy white person thus found apreciating drinking subsequent expenses which the said purchaser Superior Court-East Flerifc .
tollew.;bellDnial tttbe pino marked W or purchasers have incurred
Y
all betting or quarrelling with mulatto may by opening
any negro IN
Tax ........r'. sI'",, "eclflr'. first line rune south, thirty five degrees east, or other colored person who shall be deemed and draining such lot or lots together with the Peter. MUchel.CUAXCERY.) cl
inetsnring one hundred and fifty four chains t disorderly within the intent and addition of goo hundred per cent upon such ex ci l!
N.2'6CB.: twelve l persoa mean ".. Is .
"m.
ak. >
,to mother pine with tho same penses.Pasted. .
.. ing of this act and shall be treated accordingly. i
3h PERSONS to pay Taxes for the year mark or letters;second line runs north sixty Se& 8. Bo it further ordained That it shall in Council 20th March 1837. Nehemiao Brash& others. ) 1 I
with t City Ordinance (our degrees east,measuring one hundred and E. U. GOULD ON Motion of the ComplsinantsSo& .. It
hat of the Major. .
e duty It
darned oa the 9th March 1833 aDd with to or fifty four chains and twelve links bounding before mayor on complaint made Test B. SEGUI Clerk.PUDUC htving been been mad to war J
on
him ,
dinance ia amendment thereof published in the the lands (formerly)of Don Robert McHtrdy or whene'er he may have reason to bo- affidavit,Uul Teresa Arrodoodo.sad Lo*iII

; Herald oa aha 3d inet are required to make ,e. to tree, notched pine; thence the third line, lie o that any person or persons have violated tad Tn... Fatio(infants, Ebxt MelsiaAli* t

tomato me according to Law,oa or before tk. runs north,thirty fife. d"ree.w..toDe hundred any of the provision of the latter clause or the NOTICE i a hereby given, that ry R Sadler. Catherine Sadler; Jobs l1.k *> j

first ol Suite next at my office in the Court House end fifty four chains,twelve liuka, to a pine with next preceding section alibis act to issue bit pro & between the bouts orB tad 12 in the morniog. lour notches;thence with lah.l.ad. of Don Oo cose forthwith in the name of the city of St. Mason, late of St.Augustine dee. and Joscrn Imoch Clinch Mary L, Clinch, 0f* .

The Law will be enforced against defaulters. ttviue; Mitchelthe; fourth I norm sooth Augustine directed to any constable in said city L. SMITH, will both or either ol them tt the L. Clinch Jr. Henry A. Clinch, 0.- .

GF.O. L. PHILLIPS fire degrees west, one hundred ted fifty sixty four requiring such person or persons to appear be. end of six weeks from this date apply to the Clinch! ,Nicholas II. Clinch George)l.

t., Assessor Tax Collect er. chains lad twelve. links,to the beginning, fore the mayor and aldermen At such time tithe lion.Judge of the County Court fur the County eight lest !'afsnte,.Joseph Lawton, Osassl I..

I. t.Aog..l D.. 10*"May, 1837. taming by survey, two thousand three hundred con I said his her mayor or debt coal icenee designate should to show be cause why ofSt. Johns,for lettets of administration no. th Clarke, portion of the deftfid. +let u.its &***

I aDd .soireoty five acres of land,be the same more not revoked and Citato oldie said Thomson Mason. named wit,roeide out ef tha Territory ati*
null
or leas. pronounced and void and the ttid mayor .JOS. L. SMITH for himself oftbem fa 1M IJnir..I 11..._. .-.1 ....Ia.,
I II Notice.1110 I And Alto All that certain tract of land shall also issue subpeonas which may bo noeectarvon __ ... And a. Attornevfr ANN MASON. 11 eat Indies-- .--- IT--IS---OROEBEPllat--- '"lComplaintats .
ALL WHOM IT con behalf of aaid eh* wuhedon_ behalf.. nof. 3tcl. 183GZEPIIANIAII ---
:
MAY CONCERN. taming one thousand and -- ---- absent defendants M
.. t ." seventy five acre.. sitoaie defendant odrIDdiatln do.pear sad asawt>
tea eiprcuuy me creditors, Heir, Leg in ute county or St.Johns, in bo Territory See. 8. Bo further bill J of CoapUJot, a M-
tioeetfidtU eihers interested in the Estate of aforesaid the ordained That it shall the
at place called.Jack of ..JIllMid
of CAROLINE ELIZA MellARDY. dec'd i the river St. .Johns and bounded north Wright'*, near be the duty of said patrol and of each member KING8LEY. one of the Jr b&J'willbe?I day I taken September nut oteer |
Trout
The eoooertber tdministrstor by thereof arrest all slaves free mulat executors of the Estate of jrroMs/cw
of eaid curate in. CrelklOuth'b; PicolataCreek; east by lands of negroes John Fraser deed And it i is further that lUo ..,Y
tettde to I to the of toes tnd other colored who having adjusted the accounts
apply Judge the County Court Dr.T. Trtvere persona may be tt
or his Itfbed '
for the County of St..Johns the session ofeaid by said river.All formerly lands;tad west found in the streets after the boor offline o'clock) with the heirs sod assign*of said estate, hereby once a week nwtit aU stidiSto !

Court to be feoldeo tt the city of St. Angurtine P. M without pass from some white person give{ not e..that immediately after the expiretioo September nest, the Florida U.raW..t .
ia said Cottttr oatfco MODel Monday of October which the aforesaid property tad premises duly authorized to give it tad to take taint to of six month from the date hereof be will dt.A 'ustln.this1 de, etUu&UOBT. .
from the .
....for a difohtrfo from his tdministrttorship beginning of this notice, were non" their respective homes owners employers or apply to tho Hon. Ibo Judge of the County RAYMOND R U>, ,
Kttldoottloi and will then tad there ged u aforesaid, to secure the duo payment of to detain them until the next morning and Court of St.Johns County for t full and final Judge Sap. Court DL{ .,.f.

file accosts with said utttte, and vouchers present tad certain debts due (rem the said Dirk Fleisehmao them to the aid mty or. report settlement of bis account with said Estate. end Copy 'Attest. .

nuke ft ftetJ. ........t of the etmo. whole t/> the aforesaid petitioners, amounting in the See. 10. Bo it farther ordained that It shall be or his discharge U such !llCatar. K. B, GIBBS, Cfen.M _

WILLIAM WILLIAMS.. ,together with ".tuIIAtemt thereon np the duty of the commandant of said patrol to Z. KlNGSLEI'Ia.Aupltiae..tb -

Adm'01-EtMcHtrdTdec. 24-lftHh totheSCUidsyof! *. September, 1838, 013,370, obey all each directions or aid 'mayor U may Jane, 1839. >>'L..IBA 8m.AP s

Marsh 7, to*. 456m.; i The sty Dirk Flebehnito at toy time be given him for the conduct of said POBttlHXO
now resides oo-, patrol l inconsistent with this
yond the limits of jurisdiction of this or toy other N02'6B. EVERY WEDNESDAY.f
Court law in the Territory of Floridt.
Estate of Anna Papy, dec. that halo say,without the Territory of Florida, Sec. 11. Bo it farther ordained. That it shall BOORS oF SUBSCRIPTION to .. .1' ..;

1 NOTICE Ie Ia" l.i"a.TIt.ub. Exeentorsi and rior a Court suit has for this this day been brought la the Supe I be the duty of tho commandant of the patrol to Ida Canal stock of the east tad tooth Flor ...... ... .0...aAT

,[ ; i .,.EttaU wlil(In four week from City of St. District to hi held io too make report in writing to the said Mayor with first of company will be open oa Monday the
tiffs dte will proscat their tecognt to the of March Augustine, aDd on the second Moodtv in nine bouts after be shall have dismissed bit of Geo.dty L. tv Mooxtio this city tt too offieo FIVE DOLLARS PER AIN'
I Cocaty Rowtof St. ;011.. County for next,at the regular to a of the patrol,stating therein the of PbilUpo Esqr. at the Governmsa '
allow. I &fd Court, application will be made the name every member Hoe... They will be ootiooed riYABLX BAX4T & 19Doreqatre. > &DT-U -
'sae aM tettlaeestand that la aLi months hen : of the aid ( on part wbosbaf have failed,neglected, or refused to months.! open for.twelve

"wiil esiske ipptioa to aid Court sure of she aid petitioners judgment aDd of foreclo peiform hb duty,as required by this act,or who JOSEPH ... A DyzaYlis.un Iuened .1011
each
let mortgage legal!
.I SANCHEI
l.
". their dalaterttPtMOM procee- shall bare beta of ,
guilty
nisi. .......et=aU cea>tfut i ,10 of dingo u may be required to cell tho laid proper disorderly conduct while under toy disobedience bio command or Jolly .FONTANE. for ttofettfeftrtid* F*,

tike ... _... < mortgaged& for the benefit oftbo --te.,... stating ptrtienltrir what duty was neglected,or, JOHN H. HANSON. 'a CtaI for etteb .......... 01'get

e, 108.! e. AAKCHEZ _, i JOHN RODMAN, related to be performed and the misconduct or WILE1AM LEVINQSTON. adverdsemenM Ie priponi s$'"
.' F&ANC1S CUE {J.J.D n' Iff ifth 1110.Au,. fir the Pstitiest.re disobedience which toy msabcr may have CHARLES 7 DOWNING. cane WiU( be co..w.r.4.... t..i Il

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