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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 29, 1837
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 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
lccn - sn 82015191
System ID: UF00079917:00107
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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For compensation to the Register of the sanger in the office of the Pa,master G.ne- --For-Cfvnpeniation lo the Surveyor Gene j I> being the amount of au appropriation i H I
Treasury, three thousand dollars. ral.) four thousand four hundred and ifly ral for Illioon; and Missouri two thousand | far fdollars. that purpose which will be carried to 11 '
For compensation to tho clerks and mes dollars. I t he surplus! fund ono thousand two hundred
senders to the office of the Register of the For compensation to the clerk and messenger Fur convcnsilion to clerks in the office lollars.: i (
Treasury, twenty-four thousand two bun in the office of the Paymaster (Gete-I of the tail) Surveior General: per acts 01' For a light house at the mouth ef Ch.- ); I
dred dollar. ral, four thousand six hundred dollars. I ninth of hay eighteen hundred and thirty ] Fuucte I river, bring the amount of a former I '
I! For compensation to the Commilliouer or For contingent expenses of said office, I six three thousand eight hundred and tweulyJdoJUrt appropriation( for flint' ftljtcr.hicb will bo .
the Genera Land Office per act of fourth ,three hundred dollars. I carried to the surplus fond, five thousand i IJotUr. .
t of July, eighteen; hundred and thirty-six, For compensation to the clerks aad messenger For eompensatton tu iticSuivrjor C.a* .. II .,
I three thousand dollars. in the Office of the Commanding oral I IG'beral.ol' of Arkansas two thousand dollars. Fur two small beacon light on CocktptivItland
I? I For compensation of the recorder solicitor thousand five hundred dot compensation of clerks in tho office [ nt the mouth of Savannah river
t I dian htaman arid mmtant Jraughti* lars. I DI said Surveyor General, three thousand which will he carried; the surplus fund seven .,
man clerks, messengers and packers, in the For contingent expenses of said office, dollars, and for office ,reut and fuel three laousanU .,..U.n. ,!
: 7'fT office .( the Commissioner of tbo General three hundred dollsrs. I hundred dollars.!: For sorveyof th* mast of fjbe United) 1
Land Office, one hundred and eight thou For compensation to the clerk and mes For compensation to tho Surveyor Gene- States, including arrears of compensation I ## I
sand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and senger in the office of the Adjutant General', ral I of Mi'sissippi. two thousand dollars. and expenses of the superintendent estimating r
the mutual salary of the Recorder of the seven thousand six hundred and fiftyi dol. For compensation of clerks iu the office of I bit compensation as three thousand dollars i i ..
General.Land Office shall be two thousand lars. said ninth cad his t t
Surveyor General per acts May, per annum expedses at the ,
dollars; and the sum of nine hundred dol. For contingent expenses of said office, I eighteen hundred and thirty six, five' tbou.- 'same rate from August second .ilb.... I
ci- lars ban bo paid Charles Gordon for iervi one thousand six hundred dollars. and dollars. hundred and thirty two and iacludias also
.- tea rendered under tbo resolution of the So. For compensation to clerks and messenger For compeesatien to the Surveyor aoeI I such additional payment to the army and I
aa,. of second of July eighteen' hundred in the office of the Quartermaster General ral for Alabama, two thousand dollars. navy officers employed npoa tie survey for
and tbirtyiii. seven thousand three hundred dollars. For compensation to clerks in the office their past services and expenses, aa the President
For deficiency be appropriated on account For contingent expenses of said,office, six of said Surveyor General, per act of ninth may decide to be just tad proper ..
of of salaries, for the year eighteen bun hundred dollar May eighteen hundred and thirty six, two sixty thousand dollars. ,
|i dred and ibjrty-iiz. to the Commissioner and For compensation of clerks and messenger thousand dulla,.. For completing the public warehouse at "i
J ,, other offic.ra in the General Laud Office, ;in the office cubs Commissary Generalof compensation of Ibo Surveyor Gene Baltimore: fifty thousand dollars. .
,i* twentyseven thousand eight hundred and I I Purchases, four thousand two hundred_ ral of Florida two thousand& dollars. Fur the customhouse at Boston one ban- .
eighty-six dollars aud tea cents. I dollars. For compensation of clerks iu the office Bred thousand do U.n.
r'r 1 of For compensation the Solicitor of the ; For contingent expenses ot laid II 1c..' of said Surveyor General three thousand For refunding duties on rail road iron to
Treasury, three thousand five huudred doN I eight hundred dollars. dollars.. the Lexington and Ohio Railroad Company to
lars. f For compensation of clerk and messen- For expenses of completing i the copies of imported in eighteen hundred and twenty
\ For compensation to the clerks and mes seoger in the office of the Commissary General confirmations and orders of survey, and procuring two and eighteen hundred and twenty three)
,_ enter in the office of the Solicitor of the of Subsistence, fear thousand three from the offices of the rtgisters copies per act of second July eighteen hundred)
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1 Treasury, three thousand nine hundred ana I UMwUmu UMiiars .r rl*.. ...! kvuLvti. necessity &u. euitlitlocation suit" tuny seven, one thousand nine bnndred
tr fifty dollars. ,I For contingent expenses ofsaid office two of private claims, explain in the rOe and eigbtyifour dollars .
For expenses of stationery printing and jbouiand six hundred dollars. port from the General Land Office two For expense in relation the relief of or.'aia
.1I *; all other contingent expenses of ite Treasu FIr compensation of clerks and meneoger thousand dollars. insolvent debtor of the United! State*.
i Department, viz: in the office of the Chief Engineer, five For compensation to the Commissioner of three thousand dollars.
P' For the office of the Secretary of the tboasaod six hundred and fifty dollars. Public building ;iu Washington, two thousand For deficiency i ia the fund for the relief of
Treasury, including copying, and expenses For contingent expenses of said ofse.one four hundred and fifty dollars. tho sick and disabled seamen, as established
incurred in cousequeore of the burning of tbeTreasury thousand daU,,.. For compensation to three assistants to by act of third May, eighteen hundred and.
I building twelve thousand I five bun I Fir compensation to clerk and messenger commissioner, as superintendent at Potomac thirty two twenty five ihoasaad dollars.
!* i I died dollars. in the office of the Surgeon General one bridge, two thousand four hundred and sixty For tbe compensation to two keepers ef
14I i For' translating foreign languages, and for thousand six hundred and fifty dollsrs. I three dollars cad seventy fire cent. the public archives i ia Florida one tbensaad .
c.It '; I receiving and transmitting passports and For contingent expenses ofsaid ..mee,fbo I For repairs of said btMge wood for the dollar
sea letters, in the office of the Secretary of hundred and fifty dollars. drawkeepen, and oil fur lamps,t wo beadred For the discharge of such raucelkaeow
I.I.I.I the Treasury three hundred dollars. For compensation of clerks and messenger and ""eatl.e.cD dollare. claims against the United States mot otherwise
I For stating and printing public accounts ia the Ordnance Office eight thousand For compensation lo the officers of the provided for as shall be admitted ia
ta I.a one thousand four bundred dollars. six hundred and fifty dollars. Mint nineteen thousand seven hundred del due course of settlement at tbo Trots ,
For the office of the First Comptroller For contingent expenses of said office lars. I twelve thousand dollars.
an two thousand dollars. eight hundred dollars. For compensation to assistants and labou 'For an addition so the existing uneipaed- .
For the office of the Second Comptroller, For compensation of the clerks and mes revs in the various departments of the Miut, I ed balances: of appropriation fur surveys of *
one thousand 'five hundred dollars. senger in tee Topographical Bureau, two twenty four thousaud doll an. : the public lands, to Uo duly apportioned to \
!, For the office of tbe First Auditor, eight i two thousand five hundred dollars. For waste of gold and..il..r, and coo I the loyeraJdi.tricli. according to tbe exigen*
hundred dollars. i For contingent expanses of said bureau tingeot expenses of the Mint, including improvements I ties of the public service, one hundred and
; i.f r ofiae olhce of the ftecond Auditor, uue : ... .i.....uc1IWO hundred and thirty five i ia machinery, thirty eight thousand fifty thousand dollars. .
'thousand dollars.f dollar. ono hundred dellars. For completing: the survey of nnfiaUbed
t Fur the office of the Third Auditor, thirteen For compensation of the messenger i in the For expenses iuiident to the introduction portions of townships, islands, lakes, &c.,
; ( ; hundred dollars. Clothing Bureau, per act of July fourth, of new machinery, twenty thousand dollars. viz : .-
: j For the office of the Fourth Auditor one eighteen hundred and thirty six, five hundred In Ohio, Indiana Michigan, and Wisconsin _
thousand dollars. dollar For the compensation of tho Governor. not exceeding five dollars per mile' ,
j For the office of the "'iflhudhor., one For salary of ibo messenger in abe officeof Judges and Secretary of VlsroDtuerrlto three thousand and forty dollars.In .
ifC ) I .) thousand tlolUrs. tb Inspector General five hundred dollars. ry nine thousand oue hundred dollar Florida not exceeding five dollar per
Ioll For the office of the Treasurer of the Ujnittd I For contingent espouses sod coeua- tulle six thousand dollars.In ; .
l I States cue tluuu.aud three hundred t i For componsation of superintendent and 1!I tion of the members of the Legislative As.s. Louisiana not exceeding eight dollars
of-dollars.t 'I watchmen of the northwest executive buil !: .ably of said Territory and printing the per mile twenty thousand dollars ;and '
rr rr ( For the office of the Solicitor of the TreaI ding two thou.and two huudred nuJ fifty laws, nine thousand seven biudied)' aud fifty In Alabama, not exceeding eight dollars!
I.r I &ury, one thousand dollars. dollars. i iFor i dollar. :I per mile one thousand dollars, in addition to .
I.r *, '11 i For the oflice of the Commissioner the I contingent etpenses or said building, : For tbo compensation of the Go"ernor.I IWO thousand five hundred dollars, already .
.. ., (' f hundred aud including rent, fuel, furniture, labour and : Judges awl Secretary of the Territory of appropriated.For .
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rr 1 fifty thousand pieces of parchment for patents i repairs tbren thousand one hundred and Florida, eleven thousand seven hundred salaries of roinUtera of the Ufifeid
.-,. : printing the same; and, also, the eight ihre ",dollars. dollars. State, to Great Britain, France, 8paia and .
the, cost of books I for patent record., hfeut,. f I Forcompensation of the clerks and messengers : Fur contingent: expenses pay, and mileage Russia, and outfits and salaries of nuaisiara
I nine thousand two ruudredaud. fifty dolllll'l.I in the office of the Secretary of aba of the members of tbe Legislative to Prussia and Austria, sad for the outfit Bad
For' tract hooks, other !hooks and stationery i i Navy twelve thousand eight tuudred. and Council of said Territory, stationery, (fuel salary of a diplomatic ageat to be.... to
rr of-, t furniture, expense of advertising laud 1 fifty dollar. priotiug pay of the omClrt,*or the Council the Republic of Texas whenever" President
rr -, i. sales, and other contingent expenses, inclu Fur contingent& expenses of said office, Iud copying laws, ten thousand three hun of the United States may receive eaiia
d : ding office nut for au additional building, three thousand dolllin.fo dred and thirty five dollars. factory evidence that Texas is an iadefesd*
| ten thousand dollars.compensation. or compensation of the Secretary of the For compensation to the Chief Justice, tot power, and shall deem it expe eai to
r ., For of superintendent and Navy Board, two thousand dollars. the Associate Judges, Sand District Judgesof appoint such minister in addition to the ba!.
for the additional Fur eomnensation to the clerks and Ibo United States: ; four thousand of the
.Treasury, I two watchmen building for .mes eighty sate remaining appropriates>> far
ft..... :: the use of the General Laud Office, one leDGer of the Navy Board. eight thousand nine hundred dollar. eighteen hundred and thirty sir seventy
Fer eorape&sation to the clerks and toes.. ,; thousand aid fifty dollars. four hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the Chief Justice two thousand! dollars. *.
..HlPI in tttA lirA af the First' CoiBDtrol'Isr j I I For salary ef the Secretary to the Com- Fer contingent expenses of said office..onothousand and Associate Judges of the District of Columbia For an outfit and salary for ia Envoy
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. --a---, e40eteefl tboosand three---- -hundred- dollars. !I|tnissionen 01 V the aiuaiug aI.: F.d, from etghtb eight hundred dollar*. and of the Orphan Courts of said Extraordinary and Minuter Plenipotentiary .
compensation to the Second Coop February te eleventh ef April eighteen hundred For salary of superintendent and watch District ,nine thousand five hundred dollars. to Mexico whenever in the opiates of agate
I of Ibo southwest executive Executive, circumstances will
permit
men
tetter three thousand dollars. I and thirty-six, forty-three dollars and buildingone re*
Foreo, nsatinu the clerks mud messufer ninetytfive cents. thousand eight hundred dollars. For compensation to tbe Attorney General cewal diplomatic intercourse luaaualal
to
iathe office of the Second C mp. i For compensation to superintendent aud For contingent expenses of laid building, of the united States; four thousand dollars. with that poner eighteen thousand del I
.., clerkships transferred .I watchman of the southeast executive build. t tI three thousand three hundred end fifty i dollars. Iii r.. .
ifldudinr: two
, For compensation of Clerk and Mesien. For salaries of the secretaries
legation
hundred
. fin. tbe office of the Fourth Auditor. twelvetkssi&od I jog, two thousand one dollar r
hundred and fifty dollars. I I For contingent expenses of the building For compensation to three Assistant Post gcr in the office of cho Attorney to Great Britain, France Spain, Kpstia, f
Fer two to the First' Auditor of occupied by the Tieasury,including fuel oil, master Generals, per act third Jul,.el{hteen one thousand three hundred dollars.GOII.ral'j Prussia Mexico and Austria,fourteea tboa 1
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. compensation thousand dollars. |labour, repairs furniture Dud for rent amounting hundred and thirty six, seven thousaud five Fur contingent expenses or laid sand dollars.
tlTreasury For three the clerks and mess : to four thousaud four hundred aud hundred doll.". hundred dollars.: For salaries of tbe Charge d'Aflaires to I..
c.alnptoc'lion tOiceof to the First Auditor, fiftsta > fifty tlUu'I'or! annum twelve thousaud dollar compensation to clerks and mesten Fur compensation to the reporter of the Portugal Denmark,6 weden, Holland,Tar
Utftriu the dollars. *. gent in the (1t'oorall'oll Oflice forty eight decisions of ther Supreme Court, one thou key, Uelfiium, Brazil Chili Peru, Mexico .
tbeasaud nine hundred Second I For compensation to the clerks" and mes thousand six hundred dollar! sand dollare. Central America New Grenada, and Venezuela -
Fer
compensation lo the Auditor For of said For compensation to the District Attorneys fifty eight thousand five bacdred
office
sf dollars.For j: senders in the office of the Secretary of War i contingent expense in*
tie thousand '
Treasury three including sixty,.five dollars Dud seveotyuuo eluding expcuies' of now offices and fuel for and Marshal, as granted by law l including dollars.
c 8Jleu'hiinn to the clerks aud mrstria the Auditor office ten thousand. thoao in the scv-inl Territories, i For of the and for .
... !: cents, arrearages due :;amuol J. Potts for :; dollars. salary drogoman, cos*
tile ot1ire ur the Second doli&rs.Fcreompeiisation Auditor. i: clerk hire and for messenger in the Bounty I For repairs, book, and stationary,ar.adl} thirteen thousand two hundred and fifty dot tiugent expenses of the legation to Turkey, -
wwtea thousand uine hundred ': Land Bureau thirteen thousand one buudred 't incurred over all id above the appropriationsof .. I six thousand five hundred dollars. .
to the Thud Auditor, and fifteen dollars: Dud seveuty-ooe I former )cars iu coiucrjuc'ice of tho reorganization For defraying tho expenses of the Su I For outfit of a minister to Russia, nine ;
sits thousand dollars.Fercompentation .< ,I of the Putt Oilico Department, nreme Court aud the District Courts of the I thousand dollar.
to the clerks aud me,. cents. of the office of, six thousand seven hundred dollars. cited.States, iucluding the District of Columbia i For outfit of a Charge des Affaires to
Afen in the office of tho Third Auditor. For contingent of War expenses, three thousand doN Fur compensation to "'.watchmen, six ; also, for jurora and whuestes in aid Belgium, four ,thousand, five hundred Collars.
h* yaine thousand sin hundred and fifty the Secretary hundred dollars. of tbe funds arising from fines, penalties and j .
4alkrr. including:; tuo thnusaadour hundred liars.I forfeit ores incurred ia the )car eighteen buu contingent ell..nse.af.l1 the missions
I..b books and plans for tho War For compensation to extra clerks priorto
.Sn for clerk hire to carry into efert en I For maps thousand( ilollari. third eighteen huudred and thirty six, droLl and thirty seven, and preceding years ; : abroad,in addition tu the balance remaiaisg
July
set ef tin soenteeitth of January last, euti- Department, ono aud like,;iao for defraying the expensM of of a former appropriation, thirty thooftsad
: of extra clerks, when when the act reorganizing tho department
did. "Ao act to provide for the payment of For compensation ; suits iu which the United States, are con dollars.
IA 1 in said; office, two thousand five went into operation tttentytwo thousand .
....m aad other properly lost or destroyed : employed hundred and nineteen dollars :i ceroed and of prosecutions for offences cow- For salaries or the consuls of the United
*.&t mititaryler'ice'>f the United! States.** huudred dollars. cubs Commissioner of four and eightyone mined !against the United States, cud for the : States, at Loudon and Paris, four thoaaad.
ent.. :
For Auditor t For compensation of hundred and :
the Fourth safekeeping prisoners three dollars.
compensation to three thousand dollars. I For compensation to trio Auditor of the I
Affairs .
ludian I
thousand doll I thirty tbousaud dollars. I intercourse with tbe2arbary
For
js an. clerks aud I three thousand dollars. expenses
of the Post {
ones- OfEce
For rompeosation to tho clerks and mesJ S For compensation I For expenses of printing the record. of Power, seventeen thousand fonr,.Iran-
**rwtho office of the Fourth Auditor. sea l er in the office of the Commissioner of For compensation to clerks and messsengers the Supreme Court three thousand dol. 11 dred dollars.
:*** thousand nioo hundred and fifty dol.) Indian thousand (oar bun in said office fifty five thousand five i lars. I For the relief and protection of Aaae.rkaa
.. died dollars. hundred dollar For the payment of pensions granted by seamen in foreign countries thirty tnouaaad ,
Fer Compensation to the Fifth Auditor For contingent.expsniss of jam offiee.mo For contingent expenses of sid office, including I special' acts of Cojgress, one thousand and dollars.
'I. thousand dollars.eonsrensation ibouund dollars. books, stationary, pristine, and iiI I flute) ,dollar. I'or the contingent expense eTfefe&aintercour ;
For compensation of the desks transferredfrom oflces thousand I For the and maintenance of i .uaiwu to sue ,bauscsj. tarnainiug -
, Fer the clerks! aDd rte.- incideptal to new eight support : light ** *
to penses
tr i in the office of the Filth ,Auditor the office of the Seeretaryof >Var to two hundred dollars. houaeL floati.5 light., !......... l _.jr. ..utliiakeageSf of former appropriations, thirty..&.
Acaiand klD ted defers. .tie office of the Commissioner of 1.Pensions; .For coaptBtaUan of the Surveyor Gene including the purchase of lamps, sand dollars. S f
tight foar thenoand.eiht hundred dollars..For oil keepers' salaries, repairs improvementsand For clerk hire offiee rent, stationery.aad .
Foe of ri Ohio thousand
dOll she Tre arer eStaWe ral northwest of the two
ofo >t to !
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eompeiaatioa to clerks and Btssen contingent expense, two hundred and other expenses, in the office of the AaeataBi i
esd kclediog defieieecv of e p in the office .of tba Commissioner of doll a,.. ninety eight thousand and fifty five dollars. Consul in London per act ef nlnaMtnia ,
: bLio. of two feuedred mod slitjfooraed tier frstioM. autborktd.bf tte! aiitliof May, For computation to clerks bit office, >, January, eighteen Daadred and t kty .aix,
slat -toss coati, for the f ttrbWfed Ii&bundred fonj***, rtrttttboewad per acts of ninth of May, eightieo hundred For a Bell, and fixing the same on the 1 two thousand eight hundred dollars. ,
std .sod and dollars tWrt1-t led I.eleven wityfowT thoafourteen dolltrs. and thirty fix six thousand throe :hon light house at Co.ol'eiut iu the Chesapeake II For Interpreter, guard tad otter e&fta- t
esttw T f'or elmPsnsati o. to tbo elerkiand mes \dred dollars.

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4., eight dollars aad fifty feet from the Ant day of Ja&wry last.Sec. to refresh tile air of flit room; It_
I aid eighty tve.
01 the >y of tU.n..aIlilady. hundred 3. And ha it further enacted, that appear sick!; nail heated, a IU paw' ..
in the TutV- Au..bIJ .rra'd bun of clerks ia the of State, dry mulberry leave .ia II
*u iMUMUl to the cumulates for the one tbO lbt CCFW hundred and forty four copies the Departments thrown over ....
....10.. five thOUUD&1 fidam' vo hundred consio sad tbtn year six. screen : "Dd soteat tbfn.tatesortbeFint Congress and of Treasury, Navy and War, and of the two in short every preeaatiea is takes i
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dollar antixteea; ceatl.buadreel of Debates to the end of the Houses or Congress, and the Librarians orCOnlnll. the interest of the proprietor mayor ..
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.I.r of thePriacip" '1 asd I"as taa.ll.Fer 01 the setae. for! the y oar the. hitter as published by Gales and whose ailariea are lea than two the d.licilibabitt of the aQlm-jmi... j
ry of 1..111&0' d ariaS g hot the ex ones. ..v. wett Congress the members of thousand dollars, shall (a addition thereto, to reader sal'J.NotwltJuwuUq > -
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Arev e t tbou..ad area
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or t he r.e.fttJtun cif.: I. House, fifteen thoasand five be allowed the following increase of I..aualcoaapulltloD every preeaet .
seuiooS dollars.
five U ie A.
tbel,0 ..... a suty present from thea..t day of January worml.ora.d...die,particularly'
attfee
For outfit and of d Jundreddotfars. t
cad forty three dollars, an salary a charge ef of the next session of Congress of casting their
last the end moulting or skm.
commissioner to
I to the Tak
faint nine For compensation k
of books, for tho libraryof to Naples, thousand dollars.
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For the purchase
said clerks whore of which
viz such of annual season dancer occurs tkr .
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clerk and the contingent
and Ispea-
For '
alterations and of
dollars the
five iboaiaod repairs capitol secretary .
CoBgress does not exceed one thou.I.ad during the short life of silk
of the and three sfc of the commission under the convention compensation were It
Ie or famishing such memlo-f present lucido"tal.'lpeaae.. thousand ses "-
\ of fourth of its existence
addition caat. day it
hundred dollars an twenty per fslis
thousand two
bare hundred dollars. eight ..
notreceived witbSpiin
of Representatives as .
Howe of said clerks whose 10Du.1compeoaatlon fuses food and is then said
thereto such the
; by C .
orders or For and dollars. EMI
ihn same under former lighting lamps superintendtncaof
I' the President of the UnitedStatesto exceeds one thousand dollars to sleep; within twenty-four noun, it
the To authorise
around the ,.
the Howe the Diplomatic correspondence public grounds capitol Ott
thereto and i ita skin with much
addition of cant
dies the medal an ten per ; paia.
renew apparent
five
of Debates, thousand hundred dollars. new T.
American state Register one procure
papers
EUieft's Debates and tbo first volume oft To enable Ibo Presidenttocausetbesouth directed to be made in honor of Brig twenty per cent In'addition' to the salaries of days usually elapse .. healib sad .,,:
die Lard Laws, forty four thousand four western boundary line of the United Statesto Gen. Daniel Mnrgaft, by the act of the second messengers and assistant messengers am tite return and after two days of I
I be of one thousand eljjht hundred toyed in the respective offices and the Ii. second sleep approaches; the paianer sled"
the viz July
hundred and ninety dollars and twenty eight run following sums, : day :
of increase is and after
I For the of commissioner and six, in case the original dies brary of Congress; the amount repeated an eqeaH?
if there two thirty
cents Provided, That ire any surplus salary a ,
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for in this section I interval of health, the third
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medal cannot be found, one of compensation provided and bit .
said
!books, copies of which bare been distributed thousand five hundred dollars. for the
in the attacks the laborious insect.
to former members, in the Library For the salary of a surveyor to tbous thousand dollars. to be paid out of any money treasury Wlrea_lilt
."l! of Congress, they shall bo diitributed ore and dollars; and for contiogenties, in. For improving the crypt of the capitol by : not otherwise appropriated; Provided, that sleep is completed the worm enjoy a
front with I ootblog this section shall be so construedas gar interval of health than at any ,, 7"nod.
the cast o
the on
of
each of said members who bas Lot eluding the purchase necessary instruthenti closing openings
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copy For five six d .
whose
affect the salaries of clerks or s it tit
to attendants and other expeutes sash doors to the outer entrances and re* to any ay ronUaats ;
the
t retired same. s ; wages fixed bv law of the heartily, and then begins to ..
salarits have been
For the of the manuscripts of ten thnutund dnll- Provided, That pairing furnaces eleven hundred and fifty any spin the .
purchase *
1 letter said commissioner and be dollars.Per last or present session of Congress: Provided dan tumb, to the formation of wh&A
in surveyor
the late Mr. Madison referred to a .p-
,, from Mrs. Madison to the President of the pointed with the advice and consent of t 1\0 making the post office document, folding that no further extra allowance be given i whole existence eppean eonseerttsd.
United States, dated the fifteenth of-Novmfir Senate. ,lOci library rooms of the House of Representatives for any exfta services performed by Tho silk worm ef Europe baa oaa !gel.
.? eighteen hundred and thirty sit and I For'lplorialaDd surveying north and fin proof, three thousand one them aDder any law or resolution of Congress danger more than that of China, 114
cemnanicated' l in Ms message of sixth Do east boundary line of the United States, Dundrei and fifty dollars. ita skin four times instead of thr... 7?
eeaber eighteen hundred and thirty Iii, where the same has not already been surfed To completing the enclosing the garden JAS. K. FOLK, the opinion of some naturalists that tWt.. :{
t. t&rty tbeusatfd dollars. and establishing monuments theteon, and grouvds of the naval magazine: and ma Speaker of the House of Representatives. ference must be the effect of cKmate* '
\. For" service of the General Post Office agreably' to the definitive treaty of peace of fine nospital, one hundred dollars. &1. VAN BUREN, such a supposition is negatived by taa'b!! k:
of hundred the Pennsylvania !. Vice President of the United States that the silk worm of three casts
for the year eighteen hundred and thirty seven seventeen and eighty ihrcc.to be For conducting water along ,liketel
to conformity to'lho act of the second expended under the direction of the President avenue from the capitol to the Treasury and President of the Senate. China, is known Europe,and that lit.
July) eighteen hundred and thirty six .viz : of the United States twenty thousand dol and General Post Office buildings, with Approved, March 3d. 1637.ANDREW districts! of Lombardy is reared as*&i 1
For transportation of the mails compensation lars.For the necessary fire plugs to water the avenue JACKSON.The that of four casts though the latter.Is p..
et postmasters ship steamboat and enlarging the public stable at the cap ten thousand dollars. erred from theo larger quantity of tb 'It-
way letters, wrapping pa .roffce furniture Ito! and the erection eta shed for the tools. For the purchase of fire engine and apparatus culture of Silk bas advanced ao rapidly dace. The worm of four casts bebc sw
advertising, eaail bags, blanks mail locks Implements and materials, twelve hundred and engine house for the War and in public esteem, and the attention of best known in Europe, was probably UJJiaZcies
}. nod keyt, tad stamp, mail depredations, dollars. Navy Departments seven thousand two so many bas been directed to it as a pursuit, introduced by Jnstioiaa ; the sauC
ftadeeeeielageflis, clerks for offices, and For completing the improvements com hundred and twenty five dollars. that any information respecting the treat sort was most likely l imported iasa I
". Bdaeeiianteaa expanses, four millions four menced by extending tbo capitol square west For the purchase of a fire engine and apparatus meat of the worm aad Its habits forma aa of the many vessels which nave sailed k! I
brndred and ninety tour thousand dolton. forty thousand dollars. for the Treasury building and en I acquisition of no small importance. In tween Europe and China for nearly feT
Fur alterations and repairs of the Presi largemsnt of the engine house, five hundred China the preparation of silk baa engaged centuries. Both species are cakinttdb I
For payment to A.Fuller, and the rent of dent's house and superintendence of the and twenty five dollars. the earnest attention of not only the common Bengal and are both thought by tae & .
tie buHdwg now occupied as a General grounds around the same,, seven thousand For paying William P. Elliott for draw. people but of persons in the highest stationsfor duos to have bean brought from Chios. Th ;
t. Post Ogee from the sixteenth December three b undred dollars. ins cube Treasury buildings and Patent a great length of time. The invention of smaller sort is known there 1 by>> the 8.
tort, sad for'the year eighteen hundred and For compensation to the gardener era- office three hundred dollars. the loom and the distaff was formerly referred the monthly' worm and can be anafaiil
thirty seven, five thousand dollars. plo td in superintending the capitol square For constructing a d"arl"aU and fence to the gods, and even now the opinion is spin eight or ten times a year; the orbs .k
.1 For guarding the site of the old Pest Of and other public rounds ono thousand from the southwest cnrn-r nr the Presidonfa entertained that they owed their origin t to called the annual worm and prodo*** .&
:'9' flee, sod preserving the public property, two dollars. house to Intersect we new fence near she tae ancient emperors who ia their tradition In: March: only. .
Iboaeead dollars. For clerksbire, mileage pay of witnesses, north corset or the Navy Department ono any history assume importance of gods.
For the expenses of the branch mint atKsw serving sub trots, end other 'incidental ox.peossi thousand three hundred dollars. At one time the empresses employed themselves The Italians usually procure the d+
Orleans for the year eighteen hundred under the orden or the select committees For the support of the penitentiary for the in rearing this useful insect and fed lion of eggs upon cloths, from which C
and thirty even, vis of 'inquiry appointed by the House District of Columbia for the year eighteen them in p.raoalIh leaves gathered from are detached by washing. The ttttin
For eateries of officers and clerks twelve of representatives, twenty five thousand dol. hundred and thirty seven; for pay of officersand the trees m the imperial domains, and at a then kept in little bags, ia as cool a plies II
dictated ... hundred dollars. Ian, in addition to the contingent fund of agents; for repasts to buildings ; fur purchase later period although the practice is not so possible, until the mulberry tress an.I laW
For compensation to laborers In tbo Ylr said House. of raw materials. ; for rations, cloth strictly adhered to, apartments are reservedfor when they are hatched in a stored rooa.sf
eat departments thirteen thousand dol. FOraDoutator. charge d'affaires to New log beds and bedding of prisoners ; for purchase their accommodation,and there are trees which the heat is gradually raised free 6S
.... Grenada four thousand five hundred dol! of ho'pitll.tor.. and medicines ; for kept near the palaces to furnish them food drg. to 80 deg. of Fahrenheit. Tee
For ceatletlng tbo mint: edifice, and en 'lars. purchass of books end stationery ; for pu r- The editors of the Portland Advertiser have u.uall'0ttlapi" 12, or J 4 days.t prsetsj
dosing its lot, ninety six thousand fire hnn For balance due tho acting Governor of chase of hone feed; for allowance to discharge received from China a file of papen from In Italy it i i. usual to feed the'versa
dred deHers. Michigan according to an account adjusted convicts ; and for other contingent which they have made a most interesting l, four times a day from the first: whey vtn'
For furnishing the whole establishment, by the accoantiog ofiicen, seven hundred and expenses, tbe.suta of twelve thousand five abstract, stating the manner in which tb'i' young tbey receive chopped leaves, sad is
iuclesive of all IpparltuI,toall, and fixtures, twenty dollars aoo* fifty one cents. hundred and five dollars and thirty nine worms are treated, and giving descriptionof about 16 days tho chopping b diicoatiatti
not Included in the contracts, fifteen thousand For completing surreys of unfinished, cents to be paid out of any money in the the mode ia which houses ere arrangedfor

fire hundred dollars. portions townships islands, lakes, &c. treasury, not otherwise appropriated and to the preservation of these valuable insects. FOREIGN EXTRACTS.
For wattage of gold and silver, and for 10 Missouri not exceeding five per milo, be expended under direction of the Board As we know uf nothing which is likely to The ship North Am.ric"toJraN..V.t
...eoBttagent enpenses of the minteighteentJieasaad seventeen thousand five hundred dollars. oC Inspectors.Foriboerectbn. prove more acceptable to a .large proportion arrived at Liverpool on the evioiogef ife,
: six hundred dollars. For completing light bouse at Oswego, | a'plain substantial fence of our readen we give below a portion of I 17th ef May, in the remarkably' short
For expenses of the branch mint at Dab* New York, seven hundred and fifteen dot around the buryinc ground at4 Fort Gibson the abstract the Information contained in rage of sixteen days.A .>

toaeca, Georgia for the year eighteen buu Arkansas, five hundred dollars. I which will doubtless furnish valuable hints i Uvuroool inter of the 1k! at u..
\ died. sad thirty seven, vizi Ian.For payment of arrearages due contractors For surveys of public lands m ,I.. *t:...:.. i'. *bw.o nliuse .iivutlua Qu beeu Uianu iw speaks "of another very heavy filers' si
F.*talari nf nfftrtrt and clerks, ti&.anH on the Cumberland road in Ohio being I composed' ot the States Illinois and Missouri the subject. Bolt. ABUT. Glasgow fur about 400,000 erio! ;.i1 B.
t&. dollars. the balance of nn appropriation carried to in addition to the appropriation herein During the fine ssaton worms are reared hs thrown a greater gloom upon us ...."
For compensation to labors, fifteen bun. the thirty first December eighteen hundred before made for the surveys of the public and silk made in almost every house, aud : Correspondence of the Jour of Comment.
o Bred deHers. and thirty six, twelve hundred and twenty lands,thirty*ix thousand dollars. any spare room is used for their habitation :; I
Fer fereisbiQg the establishment with all five dollars and forty one cents. For the compensation of additional clerks but by those who make the rearing of worms MA5CIICSTKB May 16.1837.-The psefc
the apparatus, tools, and fixtures, not locks.n For compensation to Daniel Graham, and a topographer to be employed in the a profession a dry airy spot is chosen, free I et Virginian has arrived Liverpool Tb
the contracts, seven thousand dolten. late secretary of the States of Tennessee, the Post Offie.IJ.partmoDt. ten thousandtwo from pungent smells and loud noises : a remittances by her are said to be very...;
for his services performed at the request of bundled dollars. square room is built,with the entrance, i if the palsy in tho States vastly extr fit;
For wastage of gold, and for the eontin the Commissioner of the General Land For the compensation of additional clerks possible, towards the South. It is usual to I and non the reaction will tnmeoce ben
r tot expenses of the mint five thousand five Office, in order to answer teal! ,of the to be employed in the office of the Auditor have a window on oeh side covered with A henry gloom, it is ..id. bangs over L>
hundred dollars.. House of Representatives! made on twentieth of the treasury for tbo Post Office Department white paper to exclude the air, and provi- verpool. and by the next packet jog ail
For eaP incurred in iigbteen bund of January eighteen hundred and six thousand dollars. vided with thick blinds to shut out Ibe light have sad news Irem( that place.
red ted thirty six for the edifice and machinery twenty nine, two hundred and fifty dollars. For law books for the library of Congress, when darkness is necessary. A s.ove, or A house of great importance in the A...
more than the amount appropriated Inat For the expense of bringing to the seat five thousand dollars, to be expended ia the more I is furnished to keep>> up a constant and rican trade will stop tbis.week, from vhies>
act of eighteen hundred and thirty,., of government the votes for Presideintof purchase of such books a catalogue shall equal temperature throughout the room and may spread like an epidemic, this ml ca
two thousand dollars. the United States in addition to a former be furnished by the Chief Justice of the United to privent any chance of damp, which i is lamity. Tbe payments by tbe India tra&rs
For the expenses of the branch mint at appropriation. two thousand too hundred States. very injurious to die worms. Around the fall Joe in tbo two following months, tad
Charlotte, North Carolina, for the yearekbteen dollars. Sac. 2. And be it further enacted that room several rows of shelves are fixed, one I their trade bas not been much less cIia.....
hundred and thirty seven, viz t For compensation of the Senators andIRepreseatatives the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is above another, abcnt a foot apart;-not against You muy therefore look to the crisis U fit
t For salaries uf officers tad elerks.tix thou elected by Michigan twelve hereby, authorized to pay to the collectors, Ibe wall, but leaving a clear passage, j' approaching: and your remark, that "se
Had cIehn. hundred end forty eight dollars. deputy collectors naval officers surveyors, wide enough for a person to walk outside all roan is safe having: ; his name on ek&ar ..weorp'p.r..iII
t Foreempeetailonto laborer, one thou For the payment of a balance due for the and their respective clerks, together with the round the room and an open space in the soon bo verified ia this etaa
etnd five hundred dollars. expense of the Legislative Council of Mich weigher, goagen, measures, and markersof middle The shelves are formed of rushes try.
For tarnishing the establishment with all {gait Territory, two thousand and fifty seven the several. ports of the United States, or withes, and are intended to receive i the The American planters must provide mm
the apparatus, tools end fixtures, not inclu dollars and twenty two cents. out of any money in the treasury not other. norms when hatched. The hatching provisions and plant less cotton. They ei
sled to the contracts, six thousand dol.lire. For fulfilling the contracts made with wise appropriated such sums at will giveto be accelerated or retarded at pleasure,may b ere long discover that short crops will..*

John Vanderlyn, Henry Inman Robert the said officers respectively, the same exposing the eggs< to but or cold, and the u-y qnally as profitable as .large ones.
For wattage of gold and for the contio Wier and John G. Chapman by the Joint compensation in the year one thousand eight lUll practice is to keep them in a cold place The American securities (Bank stack es.ce .
Beat eneasee of the mint, eve tbonstnd' five Committee of Congress under tha joint reso hundred and thirty seven according to the until the mulberry trees have put forth their ted))are daily improving in demand end
fejidred n. 'lotion of the twenty third day of June, nod importations of that year as they nould young leaves; the paper on which the eggs value as good commercial paper .ran is
Foreseietlogtbe grounds, repairing a thousand eight hundred and thirty six, for have been entitled to receive if the act of are deposited is then brought out, and hang credit ; and lively apprehensions an ass
building o. the lot, and for. out bouses.sevenFor the vacant panels of the rotunda of tho cap the fourteenth of July one thousand eight up in such a situation that the sun felt lest the quantity should be aaga&daa M

toad dollars of Ito) eight thousand dollars. hundred_ _and. thirty two, bad_ not. gone intoeBect. ._hn_._._ nn.- ll-,.- -.w...Ir. "-.f ii..5...v .*.w........ .s.tut:*. M*.may.ro...* again to endanger a draft for specie.
ta-atoro
__ _f .the. Presideai'e house, To enable the President of the United I Provided that no omcer snail u receive, petted for two or three days during each of NAUTILUS.Another .
'''lnnJ tseusauu oouan.For States to contract for two groups of statues, under this act a greater annual salary, or which the paper is allowed to remain

f the, for taxes the on the arsenal hundred near Phili.d.lp1Ha to adorn the two blockings on the east frontof compensation than was paid to such officer sed to the rays of the son only long enoughto expo Store Coe.-A negro: man....

J thirty five, end eighteen yean eighteen hundred and and the capitol eight thousand dol Ian. for the year one thousand eight hundred and acquire .a gentle warmth: a great heat Lewis, belonging &Ir.McKain of MoWs,
thirty To Mr. Anger for the late Chief Justice thirty two; and that ia no case shall theeompensatlnn would be very prejudicial.On was a short time since enticed from Id
five and eighteen hundred and away
six Ellsworth
thirty four
, I thousand dollars
coo. thousand four hundred and dollars of any other officers than col. the 4th day a great cumber of the eggs master by some blacklegs, whom be attte-
I, Md fifty eeetf. fifty To enable the Secretary of the Treasury lectors, naval officers, surveyors,and clerks, will be hatched. All the worms which leave panted to this city. Here he was arrested*

1 For tile salaries of the registers and re* to employ for ono year, a competent person whether by salaries, fees, or otherwise ex the eggs before this time are thrown away, a fugitive and taken before the Reeerfar.
ceiven of land offices where there to classify and arrange translate when nececessary ceed the sun of fifteen hundred dollars each I as they would not agree with the others in where he acknowledged. his condition tea
des, including one thousand seven hundred are no and make suitable records of the per annum; nor shall the union of any two I the times or eating casting their akin or requested to be sent home. He was aecflfsingly -
'" papen and: documents'connected with the or more or those offices in one person entitle i spinning which would be the of board
Ad six dollars. and thirty four cents, carried cause much put on a vessel for the parpen*
to the surplus fund two thousand five bun priva'e land claims' which at sundry periods him to receive more than that sera per I additional trouble to the attendants The but before sailiog.a| habeas corpus wssfrstfad
sired doH..... have been presented to, and acted on. annum: Provided further that the said col papers are then carefully weighed, turned by Judge Oakley,oo application Ceea-
Fer the construction of the Treasury boil- by Ibo Commissioner or Ibo registers and lectors Vats officers, and surveyors shall upside down and gently placed upon young seller Se gwick. in behalf of certaia p&3sa.. *
ding, for the year eighteen hundred end receivers acting as commissioner, on private render an" account quarterly to the treasury ; mulberry,.., cut into small shreds to be thro pie individuals, and Lewis wasbroet*
c land claims for the district east of the and the ether officer herein named or refer more easily masticated the
thirty seven, in additi a to the amount on* by tender worms. before the court yesterday,theclaimants k'
expended eighteen hundred and thirty six, island of New Orleans, and west of Pearl red to shall render an account quarterly. to The smell of the fresh leaves soon induces log been duly) cited to produce their proo&jRbis
two hundred and fifty seven thousand dol rier.la the State of Louisiana the sum of the respective collectors of the customs the worms to leave the paper which is again 1 identity., On tbe enquiry biromd1ie.
two thousand dollars. where they are employed to be forwarded
to carefully weighed the Mr. *
lars. ; weight< or the court, Sedgwick remarked that beea
For the construction of the Patent Office, For pay and mileage of the members of the whatever treasury, of all the fees and emoluments worms is of course known by the difference peered u counsel for Lewis; when L rtpI:
tbo Senate for tbo extra session to com oy them respectively, received, of the and former
addition to former appropriations, one present weights, and the ed, in substance, **no are mlttab.,1"aat
and of all you
meuce on the fourth day o[ March instant expo.- incidental to their re. .
< of food
btt&dred thousand dollars. quantity regulated according),. no counsel., I've bean !in New Tan
For thirteen thousand eight hundred. .and seventy spective offices; which accounts shall be In the first days of their existence
surveying unfinished portions of townaUps five dollars. rendered on oath affirmation the Chi long enough-and now I want to go baa
or
,steads, and lakes in Arkansas, at the in such form and shall be ntse worms are fed nearly every half hour, to Main McKain I've seen enough of fw*
For and
rate of ail dollars per mile six thousand stationery fuel printing, and all other supported by such proofs and the number of meals u gradually dimin York niggers, and they tint half what tt*
doHon. contingent expenses of the Senate for the toe prescribed by the Secretary of the ished, as the worms grow older. After a are cracked to be. So, thire's atiw
extra session to commence on the fourth day Treasury, a, will in his judgment ,best en few days they fed four times up te'Jd
are
Per
rempeasation to George Wattsrston, a day, and saying any more 1. It is unnecessary
of March instant force the of this
five thousand doll provisions section and show
an. the leaves .
for feis "ieeli. are oo longer shred but that
preparing a statement of its and effect given the request of Lewis was gr****?* *T
the peraeas kaprtseoed for debt in this District For the expenses of the distribution ia is the operation of t Provided,also that whole as they are gathered : after this the he ia now on bit way to Mobile,-IV. F.S-
,eteee one thousand eight hundred and boxes and by thejordinary modes of transpor. event any act being passed by Coo number of meals suffers oo diminution.

ttrtfity, Meet a resolution of the House of tation, of the compilationof State Papers fit grtti salaries at its present session to regulate' and The daily process of feeding'the worm is Queen Elizabeth on one occasion dateti
or
llejraeata-a-Bt., ala hundred dollars. printed bv Gales and Beaten a. directed compensation of the respee very carefully attended to; they are kept in her 68th tbooccasieawasamaMat ..
For feuitatog a iigtu !* ,... ., *. near M.etojta ... by the joint resolution or the tenth day of shall tiveofficersof the customs.then this section free from noise, bad emails, or other causes Blackfnan year, on; the of Lord Her'
marriage
Gtr betes an amount heretofore an* July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty operate said extend to the time such of annoyance| and ia some places even the bert and Mrs. Basse! daaesn
preprtated for the fame purpose and car* two to the several states, Territories act goes'into efftet, and no longer: Provi food lid dress of the attendants Eight lady
; did, however, that are scrupu chose eight men to dance the.....11,.,. Kfl.
and
tied Ie the aurplut fund five thousand dot! colliege, athenenmi of tho United toe Secretary of the lonely regulated. S.llIlton used
.... States, one thousand five hundred dollars Treasury bi authorized to extend to,the col. casionally for drying the air of are tile oc Fitton, who led them, weat to the Q!!:

Fdf' rteaMaf tho lazaretto end wharf For the purchase of nineteen copies of lector at such have other ports where surplus emoluments meat during the prevalence of damp apart won ed and who wooed she her was to" dance.Affisctlon Her she Hajeryji.aid. *AU*;

Bear the city of BaWoaore, thirty thousand the American State Papers, b, Gaits and paid into -i- been is accounted the for and ther; shades are placed over the windows faction 1 I" said the Quean "Affectiaafalsa. is
.. Beaton treasury ,ear olabt"D when the beat
pursuant to the resolution of the of the sun would be excea .'* (At this a*.
hundred aot time aba and Essex
For trret-sges for the expenses of the Le first day. A of rebio8iant four thousand five tel to the colector thirty or two Now the York pritil'atll1'lot.; to take ef.I of sire water.10 cue era iatanpenedbetweea of a drying w lad,email the abalvea vessels. split rose and) Yet disced.immediately after taa <* **

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HAtTlMOHE, JOBO 15., t( chUdteo room wk.re a father sod mothe: IUel three i and the cal difficulty now is, ia sawing off I< ..a. ........ '

irA.alrl.t: AWFUL FLOOD-LOSS were lyiog d Dad-the! had been the beads of a number of piles, tbat were I I Oatben hteftettdfesta. ISVM'< &** '
OF LIVES. eaegatesleep and mast have died almost driven into the bed of the river several years 002.containing the earn ef Foer.--; .. l .

Yt June, 99, 1837. AND OF PROPERTY.IMMENSE DESTRUCTION ht without the "deI a !straggle aa w boa found they were ago, for,tbe purpose of constructing a wharf. Eighty' Dollar, IB Use fedowiag,desoabcd taste< I
0 = of rest and dislaed no The tides of Ibis spring have been remarkaUjrUeH. wa out oat of the Sabcnbet'e pocket tiv
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daM saeasares bare Tbo city of Baltimore was visited about mara.or Hl'erles. ... ""lIltre4 the be... and Mccasioned much additional Three Fifty Dollar BUI on the Baa otJ.oD. ,
artb1PP7tO"1
.. one o'clock tbs to which tfeoy were lying, little "."Ia. *. ,
morning with the most destructive a poor girl difficulty in cutting away toe pines A machine .
for tho fourteen TVUD.U. Lit.acI
cltkeao the '
.. e jzed bl our par calamity that has ever befallen it. passed es weeping bitterly |ho was tho on however, bas been invented which Trust Company. Not** of

:; .1i. a rPr fWF1 to the Nt" During tbe creator part of yesterday, there 1Iaryoror( the family, and bad eseaptd, cuts them off at aconsideralle depth under Two Tweatl and one Ton Dollar BiBs oa tbe I 4 f

N'aAaeirentq' now near at btod The wu a considerable fall of rain which in. owing to the circumstance of baviog bet a water ; tbeobftscles, therefore are now being Savannah Bank.. -

will bo bold at the court-room in creased after night fall,and about 12 o'clock out at""iee.V.. trust that she will find easjjffemoved.much Twe twenty-Five Dollar Billion the Plaatas'eand '
fell in torrents, About half after twelve, the friends to supply the place of father aDd mo Meebaoie'e Bank of Charleston. S. C.
1tttr saeat house where 51 I. elplct. water of Jones' Falls bad risen to an alarm ther brothers aad sisters.' On a small ris Ac; for killing a Poel.-A St. Pe One Twenty Dollar Bill on the Bank of Macon I b

: 1st Doe1aradoD of lodep w4eoce till be lag height and not long after one of the IDS ground at the corner of North and Ctef? teraborgh letter of the 5th jApril elates that Geo. I E
& in 0 -U.
Major KIHOI B. GIBBS, and an wooden bridges over Ibo falls at Bath"street, Ire Streets, aa aged couple bad erepelTto M. de Anthcs Baron Heckoren, a lieutenant The Eighty number dollar of the Note are not recollected. .
..6y carried and themselves a bat. aad earned a b iu the regiment of horse guards had been .... \
W. WHITE- was away passing down the support y ODe of the Carolina Bill wa eadersedea *
b-DA"'EL ,
;.; .. delivered selling cakes. The site of their r condemned by a council ol war to bo degraded
stream, lodged against the stone bridge at little dweU I Iv recollected, a* (ollow.,"/. P., Oct. 14
the .ey. Mr. Baowty willae showed I loss of nobility, and to servo as a .
'.*"I'; Ga -stroot. ling scarcely) a vestige of there ever to 1836, .
fII tip. for the ow9 end Major This, of coarse,-oon occasioned an bun having been a building upon it; Ibo house I common soldier for aging fought a duel The above reward will be given for the rocov I
d and iaontes bad beea 'with the Chamberlain Ala.160uecAkllll. (the of the ,and imfroportie* for ID' pan
ROBIOD. with an assistant, will dation, tad all tbo lower parts of Ibo neigh* swept away err money
CUI borhood Of the extent of destruction to human poet) who wai mortally wounded, bins. of it. 1J the tot/Kill nerd iM money to tbvAtcri& -
were speedily overflown. The rain
.,. IBS duties of Marshal! of the Day. life it is believed that *r,he shall receive the above reward, mad t t
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." continued to fell with unexampled violence even now no correct -
,,..,. will bo a Civil and Military Proces* for several hours, increasing the volume of estimate can be formed as many,. misting ()Q.JLUllN / iD. .. prefnad went THOMAS*t6 nru1. II, ALEXANDER. t IIt t

as; aed .e.baro no doubt that, notnithtfee water to such a degree to sweep away the whose fates remain unknown. Up to Ibo I For the Herald. />." Ctmp. 24. Art',. .
last the number of bodies
accounts
Bazaar over
gloom irhicb overshadows oarTerritory Bridge near Baltimore-street; the .
_ Foot Bridge leading from the Fish Market which inquests bas been bold was Ilia. Coiroa:-In your last appears a eomom- .O'l6CB. .
all bears will unite inK .
...."y and the Draw Bridge at the Block. We have converted with several who I rotation tinned "V. doubtless. written 07 an officer
vensratien aad affection City of the ,in to some lemark which absence from this Territory.
tribute of and beheld well the army reply my
a The were present, as as DURING
.. S.oueBridlo at Gay-street.. Baltimore win
appeared in the Jacksonville Courier of tbo 15th q. act u m agent
.du'riides or 76. street Water-street and Pratt-stnet, were overwhelming darkness would permit, the intt. in relation to the failure of Go. .Iuu,', and attorney W. & D ARC A LOW.

.,.. public will be duly advised of the etrg not carried away, but were l1IatJlojar.d: scene of terror They described it u .ur- diplomatic campaign. The writer takes upon 8t. Augustine, June 18, 1837. #

adopted for the oeeaoiea. parts of the arches being carried of!. It is pawing any thing of which they could have himself to defend the policy and movement of *,he intention of the Subscriber a* gun-
.rSeois impossible to estimate accurately the loss of formed any conception. With the roar of the commanding General and claims conch praise IT., of hi*infant children! ileztkiah, Isaiah

g0fcd.-An- eipreti bat jut arrived rromfIfI'p. property occasioned by this calamity. It the waters ot they bore every thipg before for the army for kavingdontto.... We should and phanub, to make applicat on to the Judge \ 3 I
should them and threatened universal destruction perhaps nut have noticed communication but of Court of the Eastern DUtriet
cannot we be less the Superior
possibly
of'f
e ./ wbo was Bt Fort Dado. Cu!. than a million of dollars.suppose Independently of were mingled the cries of the drowning vie for one pr two remarks he has coffered himself Florida for authority to ..11th. interest of said l .
bas beau ordered tints tbat shrieked for aid bold to make, wbich justice to oar bleeding, ravaged of shunted ;: t
of rise Dragoons the loss the the the where not minor in a tract land oa the West
gentry to city by damage to
)
and iu citizen,will not permit us to : .
country pax
could not be afforded. American.From side of the River St.John nearly opposite Mar
tiBttt t Ceo.Jesop at Micaoopy, forthwith. public bridges, the destruction to the Centre without comment fie says, and we should phy'a Island, which.* purchased by the aid t
-.r Fountain and the injury to the Centre filar Jude sneeringly too, "A few families on the subscriber at a Marshal's dale en the kh day of
......e its of Capt. Hanson's company ket house, the streets pavements &c. can At. Savannah Georgian.A border settlement may 'bOjdriven from their November,A, D.I 29. t

rf (
Wednesday ,.. '. furnished compuaionatesympathy. A/ct* families" May 25th 1837.
marched oa the following wo are gratified to
"
BVsfeea it that
fact
& lo
tf. I De. 0. not a every family east _
Bat the most distressing part of the nar loam that the fact of the existence of Urge, I '
the ceuotry ia that direr. of tho Snwanee hue ten driven from their
... to scour AN ORDINANCE for the preventing tin
r. rativo yet remains to be told. Not less than Mineral Fountain at sea, to the southwardof hornet,not a"few"only,but a"few" hud reds, of betas bones the
.... ... FOURTEEN PERSONS certainly,and it St. is confirmed Lieuts. and of running any or tbroaga
Augustine, by every plantation in East Florid, south a street of tho city of St.Augustine. .
p. S. A CA'TUILE.Tb above detach is feared many more, were suddenly and Pettigrue lOci lograbam, U well as by Capt lint drawn from St. Augustine west to the Snwa-
Btattbas just leturoed from their scout. most awfully berried into eternity by the Sissoo of the Scbr. Exit. nee Las teca ravaged, burnt, destroyed. And i b Bt tl",44i.", By the authority of the Mayor
and alderman of the of St. teat
city Augustine,
*' there in tbito claim of
sudden'rising of the waters. So sudden nought cyoipathies r
This fountain
bas been
frequently seen
three Indians four rifles from and after the of this act,no
.'iII1lfuarcd aad the rush of the inundation the public journalist t But enough, we place passing person
overwhelming was and described by others, but from chI.Iula- the/.a tht""r. hall canter gallop,or ran. or canoe to go faster
ltd foor poniei.. The Indian camPwas di.il .* that theseunfortunate persons had laxity or such a phenomenon its existence Again against nesar.."tie coarse panned by Gen. than a slow fret any horse mare,gelding or male

graved the bight of a swamp about ail not time to escape from their dwellings. ,and bas often been a subject of discredit. Jesnp in accepting the overture of tho Indian. through the streets of this citj. Any person

lIis from Jaena Vista. These lodiaoatiro were found dead either in their beds,or evi* As described by the gentlemen mentioned wu gtnerallr approved at the time by at least violating this act,shall, upon conviction thereof
. of cutting down boo deutly la the act of a. vain eudeavui iu es* me loaniaia is situated about 2| miles from three out of four among all those wbo were best befog the Mayor or other justice of the peace, 1 1N
ia tbs act a tree. the land, and 8 or 9 miles from St. Aogos informed of the Indian Character." If by this be fined five dollar for the first oI't nee and ten .

I\ta iscovered they fled to a pond where I cape.n a house situated in the rear of the Get.man line Light house, the latter bearing by com be means the government proved"thecourse"we dollar for the second oflonceone half which ,

.. were taken." They state that there Lutheran Church at the comer of Hoi Pass N. \V. b, N. have nothing to Ay.if ho followed the deci- ball go to the informer and one half to the citr. )
1sae Sac. 8. And k ill.nJn. ,..bud That after
.
liday and Saratoga streets, were foaod tbe Iris distance aionofaCtottUe/. neither can wo *ajr ,
ten b the gang; but those three were drowned bodies of diitingttisbaole at some by a aught against ill but if be moans the> people of the paaaage or able act, sw carman drayaaa,
The remainder escaped Christopher Whist the yellowish appearance on the surface the Florida, who lanl"re the ones"who are best i or wagoner, shall be allowed to go at a factor
tl Aft were seen. sexton of that Church At raft and lAm sea, aad the breaking or rippling of its esca informed of the Indian character"we respect. i, rate than the common walk of a hor,e, under a

isatbs I..mp. children. One of the children an infant ping waters ea the weather side and a sul fnlljr bog leave to differ. from !him in opinion. penalty of five dollar (its white man,) and if I

",.etUIOI !let this opportunity pass withoetcMtfStulatinr I was in its cradle! The rest had started ar.I phurous atmosphere may be smelt half a The public press, from a sense of duty ondeav a free colored person, mulatto or -lave, be stall :

Capt. lUssojf lad his I righted from their beds only to feel the at. mile to leeward of the fountain. The oun- ored to sustain Gen.laser, and the public acquiesced receive t"eall.mp.. and stand committed on
ter impossibility of escape from the torrent dings adjacent to the Fountain are nine fa* ;bnt we have catcelv beard a dissenting til the cost of snit be paid it may however,be ,
...led. and tendering them oar need of wbicb surged and roared around them, filling thorns on the seaward side, and 14 fathoms voice in disapprobation of his measures, or options) with the free negro,or mulatto, or muter

p t for their continued good coaduct aDd their apartment from floor to ceiling. on the land oide. In Ibo fountain itself, at east in furs of bit ultimate fiilnre.We of any slave convicted of this ofrtuce.lo pa.
the fine of five dollar and cost, In lien of corporeal
"Ea-
tle ttK'1. They are Floridians, and we In a shantee opposite to Wbite'e distillerywere Capt. Sisson reports that the lead at 25 fa* proceed to hit concluding remarks; punishment '
listed how Hide roust be their
kltbtt pride ia recording tbe deeds of our found the bodies of- Donnelly'and thorns failed to touch, In sailing over this I, personal men interest considering in the controversy, &c. Their Sac.3. B* tAnmtaiat4, That no other
his wife. At tbe corner of Concord lad Wa fountain they found it difficult to keep a de ra&soxAt IIT&.IITVe reiterate the exclamation vehicle whatever,shad be driven within the limbs
Miry citizens which Is alnavsfeli when we ler streets Dougherty, an Irishman ; terminate coarse or a position central or "it is their vocation."; They enlistd, I of aid city at faster rate than the common

bur of their success, particularly when.lttb on the Long Dock the dead body of James convenient for observation, owing to the activity what(.r' To ware their country,fur a term of low trot of a horse,nuder tiu tike penalty;and

....dare been cast upon them by those Doyle, an Irishman.A with wbicb the current disengages it* )years,and they have tvorn to defend that conni if the person or persona driving said horse,horse
hantee, on the Fall'o Turnpike, out of self from beneath ; tbo vessel gets drifted to l try "against all their enemies sod oppnserste&ouuocrer. or vehicle contrary to the ordinance,shall be .
.Iil J4acct. lifted .'? And lastlv their "moral",tcntpU I minor, the parent or guardian shall be held
the city, was suddenly up by the ear one side or the other although there is no
liable for the
of inch
o'r Murder of rent and swept away. Five persbuo wbo difficulty circumnavigating tbe.pot. The should have :been thought of before their embraced payment penalty may
TU Nittllt'p :': be
report t e imposed for a violation thereof.E.
.. .*.. ... I their"vocation. No matter how iniiinifi-
It lrtiwn l. f .
lw
ipiftH wer \ily: "' ". .*. nr iuu fottBtaio, a* fat u tboir observations O.
tttea "e jars In uur last, s.d t not been cuaktJ. of them a girl bas been found. Tbe [ cant distant our Territory; no matter whattheir"aorat"scruples GOULD. Mayor.
corp west
were cool brackish aad Attest B. SEGUI Clerk.
ltttr havo been received from of the others | may be. they ton irons,
tel are no duubt covered be* and the _
volume
sulpbaroas
discharged,they I littlt
and it the merit of the plea"nwroT scrupltt. l
Cie. Jetup of a late date ; but uo mention neath ton rubbish, wbicb the workmen are conjecture to be u largo u a column of 100 I Afore! Smtpto/ la this language: tf purr : ,;v.flee. -

.w lt vf the! fact. Pud q, Curr the Creek now engaged in removing'from the various feet diameter. I t otism f Should not the minded, patriotic. SIX\ after this date, I shall apply

cIIiet.don not believe It. bridges over the Falls.TAe Other mariners have stated Ibo waters of oldiar,always adopt the motto"Our Countrr- the Honorable the Judge of the County .
this fountain to be decidedly fresh,'aud the tight or WROSO." At all event that country cob Court of Si.John County for letters of Admin
Arrptirt I i. in circulation received byway scene within 'At c ty.-h is impossible volume of greater extent but when the ac* ways expect every soldier to do bit duty without citation on the Good and Estate of Lvmaa

sfJsrkstHiville, that a short time since tome for words! to convey any adequate idea ofI companyiog resistance are taken into view, ''rMrahcnpb:' X. Walker late of St. Angastne, in aid county.. .

eta bill hern at work in the field near So",c.mtriUe I' the scene of ruin aud devastation some of the turmoil of waters meeting under different L __ deceased on* interested, at the time will of his death take of which ell ;--
the details of which were hastily given in impulses-it be expected tbat descripuousui MARINE JOURNAL.PORT per please to notice.
cud while they were guue to din I oar yesteiday. Hundreds of families __!_.t___ _, aL!_ _t..I.may '_ _._ LOKIN WALKER
paper : tan luuuiaia v W ,
viuKuiBr may vary
8t.ABgustmoMay 1837
IKT, a party of ludians, it i I. supposed came t ;stripped of their all, and deprived of com in some particulars until it is made a subjoct -

lhe field and carried away some corn. I font to replace U Inch i. out of their power, of methodical examination In the \ ORDINANCE further ti amend tbeordi

|fttInnate was discovered! when tbe men I are thrown upon the charity of their fellow meantime there seems to be good reason for .. oauce to provide for raising a revenue of
citizens to whose kind feelings many of I supposing tbo origin of this fountain to be the city or St. Augustine and for the colleo*
sawed tothfir work. them must look fur wherewithal to submt. : homogenous witb that of others in the tion thereof passed 9th March 1833-
.. many
Wednesday evening beheld them contented OF ST. AUGUSTINE. Be it ordained by the Major>> aDd Aldermen
Interior of Florida' impregnated witb sal* .
Lttt week we mentioned the appearance and surrounded by the earnings of their toil ; :. )f the city of St. AagustioorTbat for the year

(H4ia.t in the neighborhood of D"'I.oa'" the morning sun of Thursday found them pburous But hydrogen.the mariner the locality of this SAILED. t 1637 there shall be levied and csfiacted oa aad
I to from
,
Steamboat every person vending roods ware aed
1 Und aed tbe fears entertained of the 1 1aaaf I destitute and peooyieM, and who the Camden -, Picolata.
of
attention
cap many fountain is worthy particular Steamboat merchandize,ia the city, the following turns,to
Cincinnati Charleston.
the negroes belonging to Mr. Kings 'night previous bad thought themselves above because, instead of its being a shot, as tbe Curry wit:
Ibo reach of sudden calamity, on the following breakers might indicate, it be a good Steamboat Santee, Poinsett. Black creek. On the invoice amount of stock ia trade t
** ore now learn that all iha ....r.ro., riseustber may Scbr. Medium Magee Charleston.
; f'.1t abut ... .
I Hay too certainly il-y math et a time wha tUcr laud marks cannot wbero the same does not exceed two tisoaasad
have safely) arrived at Picolata. It bimeless. It is impossible to imagine scene be seen. Instead of a ScyUa aad Cba stoop Up'-JiJ, MM_ irejjadj&Uars\fiAycenu for evtry ass* to

jFptn that the negroes discovered Indian more truly distressing than that presented a* rybdi to be avoided be may find an opportune AaatvEP If above that a mount aod not exceeding rou&hoONl1d
aDd long the Falls from below Pratt, up as high "haven for the supply of fresh water. Steamer Santee Poinsett Carey's Ferry dollar, Seventeen dollars, with the
oo the Island, became frigbteaed as ltladi.OD.t. On every side were seen We commend it to the notice of chart ma ooo day. Passengers, Lt. Graham 2 addition of one dollar sad sixty two and a half
hear the raoutlrof Deep Creek they strewed the wrecks which the deluge bad kers.In. dragoons, Lt. Hamilton Dr. Deforest and coal. lor every thousand dollars above that a*

tbst they saw an Indian on the east I deposited in iu desolating course. Here a noticing this marine eruption, tbe conjecture Mr. Morel!. mount
bridge half demolished and almost tottering On Monday evening, last a quarrel took place On every slave above the age of 15 and naderCO .
ef is irresistible that such eruptions are
the river. Cook and the Santee and year* twenty five eenu.andit shall be thedutv
te its fall whilst huge piles of timber and that between the Steward of ,
U and
VMMMMMMMBMiaMIMMVMMI BMHMa HBBMHMHa* inure common than supposed scuffle ensued wAieh resulted in the Steward'. of the owner of every slave such slue to
New Yoaa Jane 16. remnants of houses raised themselves and the phenomena attending them being similar being knocked overboard aDd drowned. Every make a return of the same to the tax collector

WALL STREET.-On* 'eld.-Tb.r. appeared still to threaten destruction. There to those of shoals and sunken rocks, this maybe etJ"or''llu.edlo" save him. The Cook i i. in onor before the time prescribed ia the next. .
[tau very material alteration in the stock the entire sides of houses thrown down, and tbo cause of many errors ia the charts of custody. proceeding section of this ordinance.

|***tt,tbis day. Some things improved awhile wherever any obstacle had prevented the onward the day in designating Ibo one from the otli See.SJ. '!'batillb.D be the dot of every merchant

i others were a shade lower. course of the torrent, deep chasms excavated er. The eruption in question would have AN ORDINANCE creating the appointment( store keeper,or vender of food wart,
the counter curtent created City Marsha) and for other purpose, and merchandize make a return of hie her or
HIT.-Sales were made this morning by by been avoided as a shoal bad its yellowishloom
their de tbe collector
stock ia.tr to tax oneofitoo
,their resistance. Of this n most striking in* have De it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of
Aboard, of 2800 hair dollar at 11 pert : sad its lonely situation not et* before the first day of Jane next and oa
stance U furni,bed'at Ibo Centre or Marsh of those board the the City of fit. Augustine That there shall be Del-
| Premium. Mexican dollars are telling tracted the attention on be lect or failure to do*n shall be subject to a peaalty -
[fill la U2| fire franc pieces at 100 to Market, where the fountain with its strong Exit. Another marine eruption on a larger appointed a fit and competent who person, it to shall of$50 with cost of suit. 1
known the marshal ** duty
|BI i; Sovereigns. $5,40 a 5,43 ; Doubloons masonry and iron ball us trade arrested the scale is reported to be situated ia the Golf be. under as the city direction of the Mayor, examine* Sea 3. That every person or person, after
#-5tn do. Patriot. 1700. headlong rush of masses of timber which of Mexico abreast of Charlotte Harbour, into and all nuisance and all violations of the passage of this ordinanc9before1ie or they: I

ntiftta a few days Flour arut) Grain have mast otherwise have swept before them (in and another in the Bay of Bengal, abreast of the city ordinances report ,to collect testimony against, shall open a star for the sale of good,ware oa

ap very contiderablf. The stock of their way the pillars tbat support the roof of the Ganges> which stieugtbeo the probabilitytbat and prosecute tinder the direction of aid Mayor, merehanize within the limits ofibt* city,shall ia ..
_____. _. like make ia the
.11 manner return a* proceeding
tbo market bouse. On either aide of the ..n other all otrnce against lhaeity. and also to dischargeall
iu gradually diminishing, and the small | they occur more gvuemuj. section i directed the like .
,under penalty.See.
Fountain boles had been dug by tbo waters of St. the duties which belong to and are discharged
deep in Ibo eruption
'f bas advanced the views of the holders .
deceptive appearance sand Marhi 4. It shall be the duty of the tax collector
the Constable. The City -
itteg in Wall street, so far as buying extending some distance under the eo- Anastatia caused it to be mistaken by some !and by shall City Ito be charged with and shall discharge forthwith to make a return to the mayor every
.% agnotes are concerned, is at an ',. which a longer duration of tbo, flood oo board for the exuvia of whales. Cap all the duties of city messenger and shop orators where loodl,wire.or merchandize '

Uad well it is. There never was so"' must have levelled with the ,rouDd. Input tacos of vessels should be on. the alert fort e clerk of the market, and ohallgtvo attendance are kept within the said city and shall also so> ;+

>a.system pursued for all parties. as log along Harrison street the spectacle was discovery of these eruptions The best key upon the Mayor at neb time aa be may port the nan**of those who have failed to make .

[*ftn bas prevailed for the last year absolutely appalling,there boiog nc.ta single to them wo take to be the rippling and breaking think necessary and expedient and sb' II notify arttnrnoftheirstockin trade u aforesaid and
'fists are not developing that exhibit building the lower story of wbicb bad not of the strong currents which,they occasion meetings of Council and be In attendance at it shall be the further duty of the aid tax collector
; afar the said first of Jnae
under and the i the such each other unties immediately day
Both been almost entirely water rise How acceptable matting, to discharge
lealjtbe effects at
but the extent. spot.
ascertain and make the amount
to proceed to oat
''navor. and shaved have fallen together. contents of which bad not been In greater possibility that even some IjOU. looked up a Mayor* may and be required Council.of him under the orders of the of tax e. due from each atoroor] chop keeper

I*I* tt aame hundreds of initiates that degree or less degree destroyed. Alongtbespace on u dangerous to approach, are in reality That: said City Msrshal,ihall receive an ann n- agreeably to the returns where shall have
|2M atteeed the public, but we wit bow- oo each side of the market the stocksof grateful reservoirs of fresh water-that the al salary of one hundred dollars, to be paid been made, and where no returns shall bare
ate bat one as a sample. A house. goods in tho'.bop. bad been wetted and ocean although strewed with dangers, is at quarterly ; and shall also be entitled to the been made he shall estimate the same according
soiled and if not rendered perfectly useless with the blessings of to his best judgment, and asses a doable tax .
.rt time since, whose liabilities the same tune pregnant same fee for the service of process i it now allowed I
'- much damaged as to beef almost law Contable pOll each delinquent, aodf ive notice thereof t.
"..... hundred tboasand. Their assets were so life. by to County
fair thontaad. del- no value to their owners, many of whom See, 2, And be it(u ordained.That a fine the part or parties, who may have the same
:: vwurcu lad fifty Florida are office the aidCigr corrected before the mayor,tf the cane abaft be
of dolllar
Tats IIt.enprt'luut most be entirely ruined. At the distiller Tbe limestone fountains shall imposed upon
hence bas within the considered liable abaQ
paid to objection an appeal
I C. White aad Sons which retracted Marshal Cot every neglect ofduty.requiredof
J. white
Messrs. deposit "
to with a
belonging
encrusted
Jw to their failure, >oae bun makesan bin by the existing ordinance,or which may be made to him ia tea daya thereafter.
lid fifty eight thousand dopers extra the bavec and desolation was verygrcatthe through tbo transparent water beraflar be 80 5.That the paaalt1. prescribed by this
passed.
et** being torn up sad scattered ia illumination, wbicb, to the eye at some ordinance shall be prosecuted lad recovered ..
the
ever tad above seven per cent per apparatus Refractions See. 3. ADd be it farther ordained.That ". "..
wild eoafosion. In the place where an ex yellowish loom. before judicial o&eaf lavish **>-
*. No btmcen under aeavea can distance seems a marshal before entering upon the duties of hit any
who
see or this kind.: s.ad tbeaooaar.fitfaerbypaWicopifliefi tensive piggery furnished with sheds bad I. of \hitaon.... familiar to these of officeaball liy.bond payable to "the city of.St.AngojUne ereof. .. !bat the firstaadeeoBd eeetioa of the
i sup. er stood scarcely a vestige remained, and at a have sailed among the cmletreoos) walt .JMn IteSS...banes obi duties ordinance amending the ordinance to which tab i

tti.,. the "better for aM par little distance below were seen piles of the tbe West Indies. according to law is an amendment,and every part of any orddnance -
acts earcassea of horses and cows tbat bad per* See 4. And be it farther ordained, That.lI coalactbl,with this be sad Clio ammo are i
Ile= l.fc'4 IK**.***** sue uooo. A ttriogo woicn Tot Bio SHI*.-We learn free compe ordinance or part*of ordinance contrary the boreby repealed aod the Aid tax collector ja tfetv f fcoI1eetiOD
. JaIa..WeII aaiW on TharIi had connected the eastern and western portion >> authority, that the great ship"Pennsylvania true intent and meaning of this ordinance,be and of the taxes herein provided, abMte) !
UYwpeel. bas on board Rears r twopiHeapn lifted from haabutments teat PeoBslva governed bv the provision of the ;
of Centre street hu been oa"'.toeD at the tbe came are hereby rep Baled. efdjatmeeef
BOW
returning to intkown increase the mass early in 1837. 9th march 1833. _
launched June,
sad served to will bo Patod26tb ;"j
I..... II 1IiWt to get work inof at the bridge on Gay street, a long nix Navy Yard has not been deUrmi* B. B. GOULD, flayer. E. B. Gaits,Iahr. '
robs
exact day
T.......... others would of down tbo July. The ftetsbtd i fortnight ego, Teat,B. Sect, Clerk. Tat Usasattpo,818\1 Clit
fiW. irftai distance Uld 01. Sbe was
Msao .had they ibo mt. of stream.walk we entered a a
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dativtotbepattoleothe, said city directed as above proyidd, agaiast An ORDINANCE providing for the tiitfe.
Court of the 1 Dtetrict ANORDlNASCE>, every nuchdelinquent,requiring turn to appear. meat eta Treasurer for the City cf It.:An i
SlIle.
...... .,. S Superior City 01 St. Augustine. the said such time aa ho shall line. *. ".
'before at
N for : Mayor
and
V VHlTUBef u tVeltr of Elm Judro of the East Florida.ETITWN 11 hereas'itU necessary : expedient
of of tho City of t+t. Augustine designate, and dhow cause, If any be baa or can I Sec-1. Btif0r4atc4t? rAt JfefBrtcBt der.
M' Ce Wf Court for the County or Mosquito.firii of. TO FOKECLUSi: A AIU".r.U4UL ihe $nod' govVrnment wflty inhabitants thereof -thepreservation hew, why afino should not be assessed against tnta ofth City/Si Augnni. Teat 'ben....
e.ft fcf aHe. at public auction in the city ;. ;? the oflhe moral-and the bim, and the return of the Mid commandant shall be appointed annually] by the taW Marortacl
8t.Att,.ttkie,on the grst Monday of June next '' & oftbe public Ir-r. bo t sufficientritna Jaeit evidence of such delin- Aldermen a Treasurer for the said! city, ..
archers .
and the
particularlY public Iloace.I
butt TUOMAS C. IlocKiiiu. otreocc against
.41.thk piece or parcel of Land containing .p/i? the
before entering discharge of
the
upon
da
,.t' .w..nuu d io l'uuuuu. efficient patrol: be established quo ncy' r,
.vol mote Dr less. being the southern nt"? I that a regular and 12. De it further ordained. That It the of his office, shall give a bond in the
origiuatlyd mm Mid See. perish ,
.. and Aldermen of sag
S M.. .r'Ia.... ,.,.....i.-. acre. << ; therein by the Mayor citl.'bcru.ura thousand dollars withcnt
grouted to m rote lion by Iho pet'assielit apish tiOY. U.RIC"C.1I11111.. I \\ it i is hereby ordained: by the said person no appointed to command: said patrol, of one or on11.4'
in the shall neglect or refuse to perform all or any of the and sufficient surety or sureties to be
101110iulbitant..f
HEur.hv white approval
New Smyrna That
situated near I MU1'ICl: is : GIVEN: that tune )Mayoroud ernum, every
County of Mosquito in'>bat: was known U t t I i. j formally to tl.o.ict: f the Legislative Conn said city over sixteen and not excivding duties required of him by this act, hc.hall on conviction by the Aid Mayor and Aldermen, court Iwssl
!' hall bo liable to doadrol before the said Mayor, be fined in any for the faithful performance ofthoaodotiesuSee
llth December of
Turn a west rilof this 'l'erritury.npprot'ed sixty)ears: age
swauinto I' dollars than 2. Re il/nrlAet orJ4 u.4.That all
I l Iett4. entitled hall act to regulate the foreclosureof duty therein. auto not !It:* than five : nor more mwm+
$t All that piece or parcel! of Land containing I I Mortgages by thu courts of Common lAw of Sec.i!. De further ordained,That the mayor twenty dollars; and if any other member or said which have heretofore been collected er wi ieIa
290 asses, mare or less,being the southern part this Territory,and far other purposes,"a pitilinn ofsaid '.'ily shall cause every such white male pitrol (who shall( have been notified in manner may hereafter be collected fur the use and lees.
Ambrose I afore lid shall neglect or refuse to perform all, fit of the said ei.,,ahaU U paid over totfoTrea.urcr .
er portion ofa tract of Land also Hull, containing 112) acres, situated at filed in the Clerk's Olllcc of thu Superior Court said IIIII/orbo authorized and required to cause or any part flf the duties required ol hint by thus thereof.

New Smyrna, Mosquito County and bounded fur this district to bo held in this city of St, Augustine not le..tliau tun ...t' the said white malu inhabitants act or shall misbehave himself or disobey any Sec. 3. H. J/* t ierorJaiaed, That no Beat,
.a the North by land belonging the rotate of in which said petition the tenements to bo detailed fur each and every night to order of the said coinuaiidantor of the cummana shall !bo drawn Prow the Treasury ofsaiJeitjV
for its Trout fern of said dant of 'his squad he shall on ( \ uu appropriations made by the Mayor .
Maty Danhaaa, dec. hiving I mortgaged by thenaid defendant to tliesaid plaintitr perform" patrol duty within the limit city. copt .
booudary,the southern boundary line ef the said .,are particularly described and set forth. Thu See. d. Do it further ordained that the said foreaaid, be hued ill any sum nut less than two Aldermen aforesaid t and that all orders for"-.
tract of JIM acres and fronting on the HilUbohver. mortgage is dated the linh October It&'J!:! ; and mayor shall appoint some suitable person (rum dollars nor more than: ten dollars: and for the payment of money by the said Treasurersta
I I the nun payment of any such fine and he( costs of be signed by the said and
rOllp made liable to foreclosure after the lapse soj'enyears among those thus detailed to command same mayor countenifa
S B. A. pUTNAM. from the fiCth September II".m. The for the time being,*ho alull: be obeyed and rts-. prosecution, the defendant :may be taken and b1tho'Clerk of the Hoard. _. _
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-Ad-m'-:: ,; Hull. mortgaged. lane i follows reeled accordingly and said, 3layor.hall furuistihim comuuttod to prison un ttt u.sal .Iitj....>. andcosts.hall Sec. 4.11.u!! fartliet orda arc d,"A'L nil: 'U flul |j

.......," .d. March 837. property That cre"i n1.: .(Ule and lot orronlllllying and with a lilt untie taco whocouipoao his patrol! be paid unless be shall be sooner discharged by the duty Druid Treasurer to render an steep t
.."''' being iu the city of St. Augustine in llotptial at least twenty four hours before thu time when order of the said Mayor Aldermen: or exec quarterly of all moneys which shall come IJKO v.
&i. rCourl-Sollt/'crl& Ward fronting on the street formerly known as the sail patrol shall be required to.meet; who tion may be issued and the uuiouut of the judgment bands Treasurer as aforesaid.
f 1 Royal struet, now called Charlotte street, bounded shall cause his men to be duty .notified, at least levied and made of the goods and chattelsof Sec. :*. He farther orduincd, That the .i t
t # District of Florida. in front, on thn west, by said street, and in twelve hours before the said time the defendant. Provided that where the pen Treasurer shall be allowed two and a half n .
t IN CHANCERY, the rear, on the east by a lot belonging to the See. 4. lie it further ordained, thai the person alty whipping is by this act preterit ed against cent upon all moneys received by him
W. Marvin ..., John M. Fontene Frances late Daniel. llulbert ; on the north by a Tot now thus appointed to command said pair!,shall: have any slave, free nejrio, mulatto or other colored and a half per cent upon all snaisdubarsejl& .
Dtltteiae.!.Sophia Wallace, G. E. Wallace or late belonging to Juan Jose Dosquet,and on power to ktep the men under .his command in person, the sentence may be commuted on the him as a full compensation far hU estvices.t
IT,.... Dtleipins, Emiline Delespine' Matilda the south by property lately belonging to the good order and to cause them to demean themselves payment oft line of not less than two dollars nor Passed December 5, i8 Z.
DetesViae. Henry Delespine, Joseph heirs of Chrutobal Dravo,and now the property properly daring their term of service, tad more than twenty dollars, together with the E. D. GOULD )JIl_.
e Detesfiae, Josephine D.lllpia..Jtarl Deles. ; I af trie heirs of Samuel Cook containing in frontor that it shall be his duty to do to ;and that ha may costs of prosecution. And provided also, that Tai BERNARDO PF.GUI.CUrk.
nte John Dryadale.Archibald Clark,Michael rear twenty Spanish varas.and on each side, divide them into as many squads as be may deem said mayor shall not be entitled to any costs iff -
I anrtM. neBy ree.IT I seventeen and a half Spanish vans. expedient, and to appoint some member of each prosecutions commenced under this act but that RJJ2'.I0..Il. ,
APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT Also, that" of land and house thereon in the quad command sume,who shall obeyed all such costs as he jvuuld be entitled to charges COMBISSABT OFFICE,.Sr.)Faaacu Bunt .
..,aH UN above earned defendants except city of St. Augustine, in Darrack Ward, bounded and respected accordingly* and shall have power, shall be taxed up in favor of the said city, and & .p' IIe,E. f. Mnk JG,iEm.
star Del.ae reside withontthe Southern. on the north,by.; the lot belonging to the Isle aDd it hall be his dutyto preserve order amongstthe paid into Treasury thereof. THE following communication has k/'
JttdiotalBtftmt J Florida and thai they all reHa Col. J. U. Forbes; on the South,by arrack$t. men under his command and shall ontbeing See.: 13. De it further ordained That any person to me by;the General comouad .s
t wrtfeia Ae Casters District except the three on the east by a lot lately belonging to Anthony furnished with a list of bit men,by the commandant liable to do patrol duty by virtue of this act, east of the St.Johns,and is published for tlf'
kit named,%'reside wiihin the United States Proctor, and on the west, by (Icing.'. Street of the p.tr011lve them the requisite notice may relieve biimelf therefrom by furnishing an formation of those concerned.
botoBt ef tfca Territory and that the bill in the measuring, north and south, nineteen varu aud I of the time of meeting. able bodied substitute but such person shaft be I J. F. KENNEDY

slue it .....-O. >.UD that the said defen- two feet,and eatt and Hast, jweuty nine vnros, Sec. G. lie it further ordained, that the Mid liable fur any neglect or refusal of his substitute, Lieut and AMU Com,orSa .
des..,..setfth..last three ftamed. appear and the said house and lot, being at the date of said I patrol shall, (unless otherwise directed by tho to discharge all or any of his duties: and for every
fuuweteali few within two menthe after the mortgage,occupied by the family ofGeorge Anderson said Major and Aldermen)meet at o'clock.. P. disobedienco of orders or act of disorderly) AIS'T AW'". GKHESUL'S Orricx.
lid,tsMaoataea etch order tad that the three Esq. M. at the City Council room which shall be their I conduct of such substitute aa though he himself *rf. A.zatiq, AI",14, Jm. f
lap...f4 etoda.M appear and answer the Also,that certain tract or lot ground In the : head quarters. and where that portion of the pa was guilty thereof and the said substitute shall Sit,-The Commanding Geuenlbavtati J,
eaid bifl wHMa rear mouths after the first ubli.- city of St. Augustine,known by the name of trol who may not for the time being be on active also be liable therefor to the same penalties sills tented ;nstiuctuuns (you. Major GeoeraJ .
quo ofttie order otherwise the raid bill bo Is.ksapris Southern lot bounded on the west by Carlota dutyahal! remain during the night and that said principal. in relation to the delivery of r tiona. Ga.
J diews street; on the north,by a lot called central lot;on patrol shall remain on duty until broad daylighton Sec.14. Be it further ordained,That the said the public stores, to the nafortaaaie (...,
And it.lsfftWrr<*red that this order be the cast by the waters of the bathos and on the the next morning. Mayer,may with the advice and consent of the on by Indiin depredation<, direcu BM to
palifl4fje. ..a meet,laths Florida Herald, south by a small alley or lane,measuring: in fronton See 0. Oe it further ordained, that the commandant aid Aldermen for good caw ,shun remit all or | you acquainted therewith d tar aitla that
i pfittisM is flu Aag Jtiaefor four eonsecutiye Carlota street, seventy throe feet and in of the patrol shall on meeting, divide any part of said fines and (penalties, or excuse 1 you will be governed by them in your retie*
a
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..... depth, lour uanared aud all, foal,down tu low the tame,as near.*may be convenient into twe any person from the perlormauce of patrol I 'UN at this post. Them iiutructioas it .
yahg. 8toe_et,.. 1836.SAHES water mark. equal parties,one of wbtcn snail ue placed uu active hiss, 99 +l.f*_ will* *Uo |..livl .ll.gOll..r, it I dopew.d.r. Sh'.. iut ."u1.eatt..tta,.*
'VEDD, Jail" And also, all that certain lot of ground,in Hospital duty until one o'clock A. M., and the other the military authorities shall take such measures t boen represented to Major General l JuCf c.:
A C'f J' ward,city of St.Augustine,bounded ou the ball remain at said council room subject to the as tu their opinion to render it unneentry } great abuses hd been IU act .ed in the receipt If
A. 4. a.'.cao.. Clerk.IN wed in fronton Charlotte street, on the south order uttLecomuraadaatof said patrol l, when and that this ordinance shall always rations at Post ll'rilemau.Coufuruiably .
by I lot aDd remises occupied(at the date ur the they stall relieve the party on active duty receive a liberal construction but the first and I to these inilractioas 08iII
sly few&til,tdvsrtUiug the less of a 150 mortgage,) la, WilliAm Letingstun OD 1M north who on being icliovcd shall repair 'of second sections the reef shall not be construed wiih hold rations, from
of lOll PArr
bin,t TBBtiaed the smite by a arrow newhichsepuates'trrom proper. aid room and remain there subject to the like order to extend to any person who may hare been mustered 1st. Citizen Leepiargaaiag euablijnassa
sod Fft&ieia ....ao. It is a Butter ofiegret f ,. If,at the date of the mortgage owned and nccu ,until discharged inthe morning, aDd it shall into the military:service n(the United Statesor 2.J, FhegSraSfers.f gamtag ul4lJU4aat1. ;

me&bfaaadsiwiiUand that aVe aUtsioa was made injustice to tlxna.t. them have 1atollBf pied by the said Dirk FloUcbinanl and on the be tbo duty of the officer who shall be in com of this Territory, until he shall. have been discharge :3d. "',lid", fiftpiritKoiuwaors. u tli loriU
vast byMatauza river. mand at said room, to cause light to be kept from such service; blood oJ the Post and!
day to KteatioB WII.! IXYINUS U thus publicly.FUN.hsa And also all that lot ground,In said city of constantly burning there, and to tike charge of Sec. 15. De it further ordained That all ordinanc ;- 4th. Laborer f refining idfauti to Isisrciai

!' St. Auultiae. bounded fronting east, on St. and keep safely! any negroes rnulatlde, or other sand parts ordinances heretofore in force I piRie satire d the AiA wage /nL
1,189 George Street, ten Spanish varas,and in depth coloured persons,and all(disorderly persons,who in this city relating to patrols to patrol duty
forty six rasa, bounded on the north by the may be arrested and brought there by any of said be and the same ore hereby repealed and that |. In cases where in obedience to-licit'ustrw.
Cllr Taxes r.r 1837.rinKS house and lot of Juan Gianoply, south by the atrol. this ordinance shall be in force from and after its lions you may deem it propet to with h.daisaa'

UJIDE&SIGNED hereby notifies all I house of Antonio Bays, east by St. George's Sec.7. Be it further ordained,that said patrol naiiaie. WEEUON) Mayor. from these who have 'heretofore received to**,
_. eogeaVBHsJ,kmsJ .fee hat commenced receiving Street,and west by the house and lot of Antonio shall have power and they are hereby authorizedto Pawed, Jnne23d. 1830 you will inform the parties, ttat.yout ateinasta
tat Cif" Taw,fbr the current year(1837) Pens, deceased. enter into disorderly house, vessel orboat tbat respect may in the event UicinSsB *
a.a-will eaaBBue to receive them until iae first And also, all that lot of ground in the said city where they shall any have reason to believe that any City Ortl ill flit ceM. isfaction therewith Ins appealed trout u .facuMni4iwling

tfJaly nttt j af er tJlacb period the City OrdiMtic of St. Augustine, bounded as follows .-On the I lave or slaves are harboured, trafficked or dealt An ORDINANCE requiring. the draining 0 I General or in his absence tat n. I
+ will at eafereed against all defaulters. He south by an alley, on the north, by a lot of the : with,whether the sauce may occupied by white Maria Sanchez Creek. I: Claudius olHcer'hei..
rsi+ er notifies ta ae pertous whe sate neglect* heirs of Mateo Geradarrama, on theeast, by a lot ;I I persons or others, and to apprehend all disorderly De it ordsined by the Mayor and Aldermen of 1 am further.directed to require that "rig
td to make the resets of their stock tn trade, of the heirs of Andreas Ilemcnos, and on the J persons who may be found therein,and take them the City of tit Augustine, That perrons owning ': front time to time re pen t tu the turumandiJ.&Cq
aad oftbek aegrotf la accordance with the Ci west by a lot of the estate of Michael Crosby, I> to said room and detain them there until they lots bordering'upou: or through which the raid eral hit name*.uf such iernons, as yon msy ta I
ty Ordnance, ttiat ha will extend the time until measuring in front,cat and west fifty seven and I can be taken before the said mayor: and that the creek called :Alria Sanchez creek within the der this order exclude Irom receiving sties.. I
the 10th last.,.. .laic"day, the Books' will be half feet,andiudopth.ouQsoduortls.iasy fci.r commandant of ..id! patrol n. .e.n. |w>"*inresting ... IllUltfl Ol ..M| ..hI' way..L..H .r.... .*.. -...w I rp/ ii
dosed,tad the tine will be imposed.<< more oi less. I such stave or slaves, or disorderly person opposite to or upon their respective lots, so that V cry respectfully, .
Those in arrears for City Taxes,or for rent o And also, a certain tract of land cone or persons: shall report to the said Mayor,thu he same may be properly draiaed, and if anX Your olni't. erv't ,
City'lets or louses, ate requested lo come forward taining four hundred and four acres, situ I I next morning under oath,the cause of their cap such person hall after due notice from the sad Signed) D. tf. (GUISUlJU,
and pay them ta prevent fu.thtr expense. ated in the County of tit. Johns, Territory i lure and detention;and it Ih.UIJo the duty of said Mayor aud Council, neglect to du so, it rlu_ll be i r i> Adf& (An. Aet'f. llrlj.M.L I IJ iI
He may be found at his office in the CourtHouse aforesaid, on the Eaat side of St. George's Lake Mayor to exsuiiue the charges exhibited against the duty uf the said .Mayor and Guiiticii to cau e To L ieut. J. .F. Kesror: r\. l'. S.i J

from 9 to 12 and from 3 to 5 o clock' dai- now in the ccnnty of Mosquito ; the first lino p all such slaves or disorderly i persons, and oil core tbo same to be opened us aforesaid at the proper(i Fort Miinun. a
**' running north thirty cast sixty chains from a vietion to punish them if white persons by a fine cost and charges ol the owner or owners uf such ''I AN: ORDINANCE: loaim-nd an OrJwaaoi t
%GEO. PHILLIPS, cypress to a piue tree ; second hnesoutb seventyeast i not exceeding fifOdolla... each models than: two lot or lots the said: cost and charges to be rocov- i entitled!<< *an nr.Jimr.ee to regulate rhe.....*/
Assssstr and Tax Collector. thirteen to a piuo ; third line north sixty dollars each, or by imprisonment not lOll than red of smith owner or owners by an action of St.Augustine,2nd June, 1837.STefcv four east fifty to a pine; fourth line south fifty twelve nor more than thirty six hours or to commit sump nsit before th* raid Mayor oi any uclgus-- 1 1 I- of piritMt>u., viiiniH. and other iutaxicibu
west sixty to an ash; sixth lino formed and bounded I or recognize them to appear before thu Superior; tics<< of the residing in said city, t i:vtuer li'lIIUNVitlain the City,' uf:;1. Augustine.
peace "
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'" .tfse* 0r'* 'Collector'sNOTICE. by said lake Court at tho next term thereof, to answer said with (fifty tent tlimnge'*thereon. I I' for other pur| > -=,.. 'I
:. The aforesaid tenements, mortgaged as-afore t I charge,and slaves, fieo negroes and mulattos, Sec ii.per lie it further obtained;That if the o wit Uo; it ord iu d !iy tree 31..yur IInd AUmaessfth 'JII

to pay Taxes for the year said,are subject a previous assignment made or other coloured persona, to cause them to be ei or owners of any such lot or lots shall a.. nonresidents I, City oforcaiv! that it .hill not be UwfiitC
PERSONS with a City Ordinance by the said Dirk Fleishman,dated 12th October ;r I punished, by whipping not exceeding thirty nine having agent said ciiyer if having any dealer' in any \1.11.. rpirituo'u,out sr III
!
dusted en the 9th Match 1833 and with an ordinance u!I Id25,to his trustees pavis .Floyd, Edward It. I j stripe. upon bis or her bare back,and any house such agent the said: agent shall refuse to comply other intoxicating liq'iors by the butU easrlM "
in amendment thereof published in the Gibson William II. Simmons and Geo. Gibbs, where spiritous,vinous, or other intoxicating liquors with the proviiions contained iu the first clause in any larger quantity tube I drank ia I his sr k IJ
Herald on the 3d tast. are required to make re- all of whom then resided in 1; the city of St. Augostiue I may be retailed, or any other trading oi of the foregoiag tection thou it shall be lawful house or shop or in upon or about Us srkfprem'ucs.or If
intent for the benefit ofthe creditors of traffic be carried in which thai to permit uch vinoos ,
on slave
tnrssto' according to Law,oa or before the may any for the said Mayor and council cause the said any piattnu
first of Jose next at my office in the Court House the said U irk Fleishman for debts due on the t be found during the night season, without written creek: tu be opened and properly drained through matt or other intoxic.iting liquor M Uaa IID'
Between the bouts of U aad 12 in the morning. date of said assignment std after the paymentof authority from his or her matter, mistress, such lot or lots and to sell so much thereof at t;.I drunk under a penalty: (if a white or fret tale D'a.
Tat law will be enforced against all defaulters. the same,tho surplus amount of tho said property overseer or employer, or iu nhkhany slave ur public auction to the highest bidder ou after giv* ed person) of twenty dollir fur every cfttsa elM
aforesaid to to the slaves mulatoes other colored |I to be recovered before the' of said) ,
GF.O. L. PHILLIPS, assigned as was go CreenelroCi or or thirty days notice ol such sale in some publie 3Iaynr: aeriean
Assessor Tax Collector. mortal,aforesaid, if any, amount should be persons,stall at any time bo found lettering or in smug printed in said city; as will bo suf- Justice of the Peace reading llurtii;thaff -
Aegrittine,10th May, 1837. due to t em. which any breach.of the peace shall take place eai rnln\Yin.! ,,".--''; .....-ac, |H the wbeneyer any white person! or person or persons and rsy with to the -of any person, who sas
together uercou .
draining filly cent J Jaud
.
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Nnfil'n_ 1 nia&e, and which are not subject to per the said!
*v_w. I ---- -- the shall be found associating drinking or gambling all costs : provided al\vaystbat the cover |penalty, and if. slave, ? I1w
.alelanflnmen -to wit: with negroes, tnulatloes or other colored owner ) nine to be inflicted hit orktrbnback
IT MAY CONCERN of lot lots cold! .tir' upon
or owners any or so ar anIt:&rt
: the Creditors, Heirs, Le,. :. All that ecrtainlhouseand'lot of ground in said persons or where any betting or gambling for or portion thereof 1 redeem tin same bYWay- co."ictiol befor the said htsyerr
interested la the Estate City orSt. Angustine.bounded North and East money, or any other thing, shall take place, ing to the purchaser: or purchasers at time '; an, such Justice of the Peace. frDi
EUZA McIIARDY. 0'1 I by jots belonging to Drtgad Gomez; south b yI a either in the day time or night season within twelve months after such sale any the full 1..e in Council 2Uth AI.re. 1637. 8id
'1 I lot belonging to the heirs or Antonio Mien; and shall be deemnd and taken to bo a disorderly E. D. Uga.
of in. II
lttalOr Aid amount of the with
a.s, purchase together
of west by Charlotte street And Also, all that house within the intent of this act and the license money : Test D. SEGUI, Clerk.
the hundred
Judge County Court one cent thereon and ail costs sad
certain tract of land situated in the county ofMos for keeping the same for either ofsaid causes per
&.at Johns the eitv at the of St.session ofsaid quito in the Territory of Florida,in what lees!* be revokedand rendered may entirely null and void snbsequont expenses have which incurred the said purchaser S ujicrior l ourt-East Florida. I't
Anguaine or purchasers may: by oiiening I'I
.
MeDougall'a Black Swamp, and bounded and white thus found aprcciating drin
as any person
aeeend Monday October follows t and draining such lot or lots together with the IN CUAXCERY.Peter '
;beginning the pine marked \V Y Mi king betting or quarrelling with any negro mulat
from his
administratorship addition oroae hundred Mitcbel.
will than and first line runs south thirty five degrees east, { to or other colored person who shall be deemed percent upon such ex ) .
there vs. \ Pastimes.NthiumiahBrush.
present measuring one hundred and fifty four chains < a disorderly within the intent and pen.e. I IT
person meaning *
estate, and vouchers, and twelve links,to another pine with the same of this act add shall bo treated accordingly; Passed in Council 20th March. 1837. .& others. )
of
the ssme. mark or letters; second line runs north eixty 'I Sec. 8. Do it further ordained: That it shall E. U. GOULD Mayor. ON M tine of the Couipbinants S.
WILLIAMS.. four degrees east, measuring hundred he the of the Test D. SEGU1. Clark. it leaving ben been made } anit
otC. one and j duty mayor on complaint made '
E affidavit LeiiM *
Mellardy dee. ,thai Arredoudo.and *
4;;{;m. tho fifty lands four chains and. twelve links bounding on before(him or whene'er hn may have reason to be PUBLIC NOTICI i i. hereby gi (formerly of Dun Bore
) Robert Me Hardy. that any person or persons hare violated! AIA.of.: widow of Thompson U. U. "'
to a tree, notched pane; thence the third lino any of tho provision of the latter clause of the Mason,late of St. Augustine doe and JIM urn ry Sadler. Catherine Sadler; J,1 let
runs north, thirty bye degrees \Yo.t.OU8 hundred next preceding section of this act to issue his Ihosb. Hllza D. Clinch, l. ,
L.
pro SMITH! will both or either of them at the Intosh d
SUD8CRIPT10N U.. to the and fifty four chains,twelve liuku, la a pine with CCM forthwith in the name of the city east and south Flor four ,
I uofchethenco with t ho lands of Don Oo directed to constable in said
any ; city (Ion. Judge of the Court fur the
will be County County Clinch! II. Clinch AI. } l
on Monday the tavius Aliichcl the Nichol. George
open ; fourth I Ineraus such
south requiring
or to
be
sixty person persons appear ofSi. Johns forletteisof adminutratiou C'
th
ia this Iii, at the office five degrees hundred fore on' eight last. !'nfanu,Joseph Lawton, Vani' Pt'RH'
went one and fifty four the mayor and aldermen at such time astbc Estato of tho said Thomson !1lason.JU3.l. J .
F.-qr. It the JoffrntnDn! chains and twelve IlIIk.lo tho said: : chat Clarke drendautla .
I beginning con mayor : designate to shew cause why .. SMiT11fiprhuiniuelf.And ajoron'th8
be cotinaed pan. for.twelve taining by two thousand bit named .aadof
Is"t survey three hundred her or their iceneo should not bo revoked and as AUorne.f1I.O'x.: l
aud seventy fivoacrs. of'laud, bo the same: more pronounced null and void and the said mayor: Nor. ilrd. 1830 them iu tits United State and tM1tkWd f
8. SANCHEZ, or lens. shall also issue subpoenas which may: bo r.ocessaryon U est ldic.. 11' IS OUOEiUD, .

JI.FONTANE.M. And Also, All that certain tract of land: con behalf of said city or wished Oil behalf r.PIIANIAM KINGSLEV.: one of the "absent da appear and an.\ertk (**
HANSON. taming one thousand and z. CtpuiphinanU bill of Complaint, en srWJ
seventy five acres, site of the defendant or defendants. Testamentary Executors of the fc'ite of Era
LKVINQ8TON.: onto in the county of St. Johns, in Lo Territory Hec. 8. lie further ordained,That it shall John Fraser; deed having adjusted the accounts 1 the euth day of September next otherwi M d rat

DOWNING. aforesaid,at the phca called Jack WrigM'n, near be the duty of aaid patrol: and of each member with the heirs and assigns of said estate, hereby j And said bili b taken pro rojijwas, wt" j* .1
Coaorissieasrs. Iho river St.Johns, and bounded north by Trout thereof to arrest all slaves (roe negroes luulat- gives not eel that immediately after the i' i ordered that this order ,;
I cxpiration -
Crock;son thjby Picolata Creck and bashed once a week until the said3Wi .11
; can by lands of toes other colored who be
persons may of sU months from the date hereof he will
B. Ur.T. Travtrs, or formerly his lands;and trust I found in tho tro*after the hour of Nino o'clock apply to the lion. Iho Judge of the, County ,September next in the Florida HenU. vf.
on the 3-1 Monday in by said river. It P. M- without a pass from some white person Court of St.Johns County for a full and final: atfc't.Auj-uslluethi* JJthday ofMarttlsWKOUT.KAYMOiND .
at the Court House In the All which the aforesaid property and premises duly authorized to give it and to take bent totheirrespectivehomes settlement of his accounts with said Estate, and REIDi I
.. SIX HUNDRED AND from the beginning of this notice were mortgaged owners employers or or his discharge! as such Executor. Judge Sup. CourtDuLIJCopy list
n OF LAND, belonging to as aforesaid to secure tho doe payment of to detain them until the next morning and report Z. KINGSLEY Attest,
E OarcB. Ute f South Car. certain debts duo from the said Dirk Floischman them to the said mayor. St.A ugustl De.25thi' Jane, 1836.BANK h. II. GIDOS Clerx. -
in St. Johns Connty.abeut In aforesaid petitioners, amounting in 'the Sec. 10. Uo it further ordained that it shall bo T r '
I said city,and on the west whole,together with lawful interest thereon up the duty of the commandant of said patrol to NOTICE FLORIDA IIhR&L't .
being a of the to the 20th of obey all such directions Mid
part day September, 1KW, 3,310, of mayor as may Subscribers the CIltalltotk '
owned by Don Pee 24-Iflthlu, at any time be given him for the conduct of Maid THE of Jacksonville of the IS FDBL1SQXO
b, order 01 Ibe Hen. EUas The said Dirk Fie inch man now resides oo- patrol, notsncon.istentwitb this or any other notified that to be located Jack- EVERY WEDKESDAY .,
the
Ao County Coert.to satisfy lead tho limits of the jnris-Iietion of'this Court, law In the Territory of Florida. arohereby first instalment of BTAM.
ibat is lo without the tl C.'U. 1M it Twenty five percent must be paid in on or he- .
Territory of further TJ.aUt
., DOWNlNu, .._ ... say Florida ordained. shall ore the twentieth of X.
day next and
April the second .
., ... 1837. ir J"'dUI MI th! cr.! been brought In the Sup. be the duty of&e commandant of tho patrol to instalment of five cent be .AT aoV.

City of St. AngtutiaeT i :r la-the'. / II.L." :make-"in a* report hours after in writing h. to the said Mayor,with- p.idln, lo specie on twenty or before the per'twentieth,must day FIVE DOLLARS .PER AHIv !

&Tll1. xw eafd day of March next, at the regular ta a or the PltrDa..tIUD&a..w..L? shall__have_ _.dismissed._ _.. _._L hill_ of May,to be paid to Isaiah D. Hart at Jackson. >rATABLX BALI & AevAle t.

-t:: <4ftArdtt., I ahalb. apply to the of the Court said, application will be made,oa the par who shell.,. failed, neglected, or refused to I over+tlle'Br\\yR'-Jti'arl'} 1111 oIiee; N..2, UIG- .
ef let CoBBtjr Coortof St. Johns anre of the petitioners laid for a judgment or foreelo peifprm hit duty,*required by>> this'act,or whosksli WH.J. MILLS .e ADna'IE..1 inserted ats*.
Utters of AdmiBiitntlca'on the lie morqq..a d wen kaI proceedings have been guilty of any I disobedience or first i iMtrttaa ax.
u be II.It. PINCK8TON Ulr
may required tell the eSd) pr
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11&I 01 BCIPlO. fret black Ute or hi.'ilftl" proper. disorderly conduct while"under his commend
a oreach
17 mortgaged I, for the benefit of the --II.,ru. : stating particularly what duty wu Begtectad; WM. RIDER. geridrertiteaeattte subsequent. -
IOIlN RODMAN, refused to be performed, and the misconduct STEPHEN EDDY, proportlw 1
Atty for the or ISAIAH D. HART one will bo ertdUutaaflr"
iser.GOULD. pelhiaae disobedience which coa
.... ..N'q1).. I.,+.. .h, .... ,. any member may havt Commissioner okder Act of ineor A discount
been made itotvaafifco
fatty;and kilts!) be the doty of said Hay. p o is t(out. to ,
.. ." Jacksonville; Mirth 3Iit, 1837.
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