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Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1837
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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r--- 'P.B2''J. co. lore deaths and put an end to his miseries. Thewild EXTuoa1u'"ar FACT.-A roan employ into it ; while at one'e fC'enhrte lies the tail u(his mule in that direction from whence ,
picturesque bluff!. in the neighbor.hoop 'ed in cutting down a tree in a melting which almost t
of his sycamore beauty one fears will be expected and was anxiously waiting an .
RECOLLECTIONS.jjojonrerataiberaU borne his lonely grave have ever since a gentleman's garden in the neighborhood of vanish iu its softness before one's eyes ; the assault.

'. the sunny placet, -name. Iireck-lauc, Ererton found a throstle'f nest beauty of tho shadowy ,dells and sunny There he kept his ground for a long time I r
Where in biiibtdajf! l long near the top olit, composed of eight yardsof mounds, with browsing cattle with spring without any manifestations an attack. At .
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played to. From Foulton'i Daily Ado. lace aud tiro uct caps, which articles had fruit and flowers. Thus, and no otherwise, length his IIR"" stock of patience was exhausted
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i TUG LAME BEGUAK.I been missed* by the family, and in consequence did! the world emerge from, the flood." Thisis and finding that no attack was to .
PO you remember all the old borne face was sealed a few evenings at one of the servants unfortunately a beautiful description, and the work, be made upon him animate, he determined ,:
Tint jather'd round the health in wintry. weather office iudow,,inhaling; the vigoratiu ago breczo my turned away. To what a state of luxury abounds with similar passages.An upon giving inanimate creation a small sample
r which must England have arrived when even birds of his .f .
{ came, loaded with a delicious odour, flying artillery,just by way fly
0' IOU remember all tbo happy meeting, from a honeysuckle that clustered rich and form- their beds of blonde lace. institution is in rapid( progress among ere He pointed his six pounder in the die i f

Kind! looks kind hearts. kind word, and tenderrcetiug. luxuriantly upon tho wall of a garden nearly I can-always tell a mew who will live to the wealthy Hebrews for the express! pur reed'ID of the thicket took bit bearings. #
g ', .J upposite. I was musing on the world aud a good oM age, unless an epedemie carries pose of assisting with III..tUJ1I. aud all other made his calculations, and blazct away.

ADd tl.'riDI liandwhose pukes beat no more,! its ways, its cares, aud its disappointments, him off the stage, lie .is easy, quiet takes necessary expo uses, such poor Jews as may Halls slugs, &c. went clown one side of the
"you remember them T 1 dUe I nUll as 1 east! uiy eyes up to the rising moon, tho world as it goes-if disappointed cheerfully ho desirous of entering into matrimony.Airs. bill with the greatest velocity Frenchman,
which' at that mental 'had Rothschild is the benevolent : mule and IiI pounder just as fast down the s
peeped out from originatorof
i>p IHNI remember lfc. IMVIIJ Uugmer | L......1 .!.. ..|... o r tliv Mil/ City{ UIIU It Ml oufn begins men dun't again die,and u .Ji9 keeps airier ou essaying of tho charity, aud its purpose I. to *..J... "....._,... __.t A' li..n...w ...... .. J
be' risers ronnd the swing in our old garden was riding in all her first unclouded beauty the word. They wear out as a pcico ceusp of ma. vor to Ui...:.i. ttio vast extent uf tllttit inter great that it sent the mule down the hill

"("boau" 1 shut when we ran; atilt followed after\ hud majesty, 1 fancied her a fit emhlom! of chinery docs-and then their race is over. course which exists among the lower orders with. the swiftness uf lightning whether be i
The ceifirg frolic sure,of speedpardon ftfe I !human life, Like her in the heyday of youthour What a superb! book i i. that Cirerode Se- of tho Jewish persuasion. To those already I would or no. On finally bringing up, after ,I
but cluldieu moments pass all joyous and' happy. un ncctute Ever old man outfit to read it living in a tate of unmarried profligacya ; having ran entirely down tie first hill and 1
were thouloung, happy crea- clouded)' cares unruffled by tempests and once a week,-Port land A J ttr list r. period ol four months is to be given for halfway up another ihs Frenchman beganto ) .
lure, undarkeued by sorrow. Soon we mingle their consideration and if at the cud of that collect his scattered senses-finding. himself J
And lord!) knew bow muck we had to lose; will*'the busy crowd, and learn the bitter From the Italian. time they continue to live ou in demoralize* ahve, ho broke nut with, Sacre I von .

get now the dreamt like memory of those tea. lesson that life is not all a summer'day, ami 0/a lint Mat teas put up n King John's tion, they will at once ba" excommunicated, der how in any dam lugen 1 kill ? By gar, -
lurct that the world is not all tn beautiful and fair time. and driven forth from the Jewish community tie next time I try my grand experiment, 1vill

C 8s back, and bid! my darkened spirit mute atij the moments of our first enthusiasm no "'u tho days of King John sf Atri, there and denied the rights of sepulture, according i got one mule vet vunt run away as tho 1/1
'Do you remember the ruf IdofDo would fain have fancied it. And anon, iu was a bull put up, which any one that had to the observance of that nation. Tbe the diable was after him. Di. artillery, be
r the sear and yellow leaf of old age, when received any injury vteut aud rang, and the administration of this excellent.charity is on fly too quick. We have not heard whether .
joo remember when we first departed grnttu wit from experience, the past and King assembled the wise men appointed for tbo most liberal foundation. Applicants f will he has made any further experiments with

From'uuM_a tiio. Old. companion. who, were round J "II l its iirovocabld uiuxirtiii'iiies. its- bro ill A tlltmn' ___.. tllA_'__.inmtlitm.__..__, _tninlit.,._. l_>,.a.. ilnnm_......... .iihaPjiined _n._ _flllrttAl n__. __ ffa__* wl._..,...*_%......,, ttf..*.. _M .tVt....tilalWtMthe ......._...'. wriw..1..........., bit ..{!..,:.,.._.. ...III.-..-....'II -VI.--r----til-----. Pi:.......",.. .t..
UI, ken piuoiiscs, its purposes of future anoud that, after who bell hid been up a fashion aud the color of their own gar -- r

flan very soon again we grew light' hearted: merit, now nil forgotten, cuutributo to em long time, the ro"oVa.. worn out aud apiece menu, and the high; priest has signified: his FOREIGN.From :
hitler hat at best is out a season of of wild vine willingness the 'cere
.: sorrow, was tied to ;it to lengthenit. to perform marriage I
And talked witb anailf' of all
the link which and woe. 1 was aroused from my revery by Now there was a Knight of Atri n bo many himself nhenovever tho parties, however slips from our Correspondents. '
bound u f a strain of music. I listened as it drew nearer had a noble charger, which had become uuservicahle humble, may feel I desirous. London New YORK, July :,. ;
ADd after,when our fouutopa were returning, a flood uf mingled delight and melancholy through 050, to that to avoid the Standard. LATER FROM ENGLAND.
With unfelt wearinoM, o'er bill and plain, broke full uj.ou, mo. "Twas a strain' expense of feeding him he tamed him loose .
New o r young boaru kept boding up and bur. long forgotten, Iud brought back to my mim! upou the town. The bor.e, driven by bun A lady on reading Aliss Alartineau't book 'rho ship I'arthenou, Capt. Thomas, arrived '
sing, the recollections elf childhood and IOD ccuce. I gar, raised hit mouth to the vine to munch suppresedher feelings, until she got half at Boston, on Sunday, (rum Liverpool I !

To think fcow soon we'll be at home ngniu f Tho' time the spot, the circumstances were jt, and pulling io, the bell rang. The iudcet I nay through the second volume. a heft .(.1'0I wb.nro.he this arrival.,.alleJ 'Sunday' May 83ib.jiy ,\
all remembered. T\vas such an oreuiti;;, assembled to consider the petition& uf the couiu contain herself no longer, but holdingup we have received London t
Do you remember this f I do. tend myself aud little sister had been lured horse, which appeared to demand justice. her bands, involuntarily exclaimed in the papers to June 2Gtb, Dud Liverpool to the .

Do you remember bow die dream of from our collage !home, by the witchery i of They decreed that the Knight whom he had lullness of her heart.:-"what an everlasting I 27ih, two days later than: our last former ad. 4
glory the old piper's music. Hour alter hour pas- ,served in his youth should feed him in his old sight of scandal must have passed throughthis vices. The papers contain scarcely any ,
from
Kef fading ut likq a fairy treasure: 'cd. and wo returned not cud when far be age-a sentence which tho Kiiig confirmed un. good woman's trumpet "beu she was io thing uf interest to an American reader. ,
flew we thought less<< of being famed in story, yond our usual time for retiring we wandered der a heavy penalty." the country :" They are principally taken up in describingthe

fad more ofthoie to wl OlD our fame gave plea. back our motbergcntly chid ur, and as celebrations, feats and illuminations of 11
sure we knelt bc.iio! her she .prayed that'our father Discovery and Use of Alcohol. The following Pcdigru-\Vo have' uot yet seen the Dukeof the 2-ltb, on the occasion of the Princess
Do ,remember in far countries weeping in HimVVM, who had preserved us from curious account of die first use made Ragusas travels Here is a sample. Victoria's birth day and her reaching her

tVb.fl a)light breeze, a flower bath brought to 1 Irarm.w ould It ill watch over us wiih the same I of alcoholic liquors,is from a .'renchfork, A i'rince Esterlmy, in a country like eighteenth year, which is her majority. A.
twndOM I bfuiffceut care, end guide and guard as in all !, entirely LA Sumeur, (The Sower.) Hungary) possesses elements uf greatness she is heiress presumptive tu the atrilisbtbrode I
w hicb: might ive him the highest ntece in and realm the ,uillittOf1I'O
our wandoriugt through a world of temptation Who at the ti when au Arabian chemist ;- making !
lwjy| thought which to that: hour "erotelliu" and sin. Mauy\ yean have since passed devolved to the search after au universal society* uext to the throne ; be might, be arrangements for allowing her an outfit and
the right arm of bit sovereign and the beneractor i establishment suited her exalted destination
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over me, aud many climes have been the solvent by means of vt hicb he could transmute ,
Aad roads tit yearn for those we left behind f scenes of my wanderings, hut neither time metals, discovered alcohol, could have of his country. In oue of Ibo now that she has become of age. It is
Do you remember this? 1 do. nor circumstance could over obliterate the determined the result of the discovery upon tails of the palaces, yon see painted ou the supposed that the subject ill be immediately It
memory of a mother* love. and the upon) tho moralityant prosperity mankind wall a'genealogical; tree, which announces brought before Parliament. a '!
l U4 Moij remember when no sound woke glad evening saw wafted above, was doubts prayerthat : It did not really issue from( Ibo d"'lnain of a it very: modera! p eta isions. It begins !Tbe bill for the abolition of the Cburch" ..:

I Jl. loss accepted ofleriug. for if|iu moments chemistry till towards tho cud of the 13th with Adam; he js lying on the ground, the rates was read a second time ou the 25 tb. J!

&tld_.<4le echoes thruugh our home were ring of excitement I have koinciimca wavered, century when they began iu Spain Dud tree is planted in his side passes through Iud carried ly a majority of five only.which t
ll;. tbo memory of that evening and that prayer Italy to sell the spirit of wine tinctured with Seth. Noah Ham, the patriarchs, and end was considered so small a majority for the
in fist, with Nicholas Esterhazy:: palatineof ministerial measure, as to amount an Indication
How fur a vtliile wo talked; then panted: full could effectually pre,ervo mo. leaned certain hcrbs.as a powerful l remedy in various
from ,inJ.**- In ivnirh din ,.f dis."*.* Liter still the Genoese Hungary. Certainly such a document that the resent administration was f
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dl7, should roll ,. ........ .. I WM W .%>r aw./q 7-V- hula ; It la even been reported that
the piper Ho was a young man, and a little a spirituous liquor now grain raising itofTns "
SeeauJe lour VW'ICCB bitter which back to the of Virgin Lord Melbourne bad teudereu Ins .
thought"* were bring* goes only family resig* ..
hoy, tho companion' ut( his juuruo 'iugs, / a powerful specific they sold kin small .
) or the house of C'ori, whose little deeds nation but this was afterwards contradie
iiigf led him gently along, fur bo was bliad. vials, at a high price, under the name ot a-
ted.
haw! those) days-lhoc day.! my friend, uiybrothel From door to door they wandered together, quavitae, water uf life, or eau do via. as every body knows weie preserved iuNoah's
and a. he attuned his instrument ,to deliver Till the end ..hba 16th century it was ark.' It may readily ho imagined, From Me London Tines May 2C.

fit den u auJ let ut talk cf all our woe, ones, bit saddened features too plainly toM considered but as a medicine, Bud was sold this that Estcrhazy are the first to laugh at MONET MatfET..-The'abundance of money .

Far we have nothing tort but one another that his heart but feebly responded to the only by the apothecaries. About that time folly. at the Stock Exchange, induces the apprehension

fet wbrq they've gone; ,old playmate'' we stint 11' strains that flowed so gay and merrily.He the thought was suggested of furnishing it that we may have a new influx
seated himself upon a step, and coveredhis to miners, vt bo laboured io tbemiuesofllunngry Caterers for tie English Literary Cu int. of foreign securities and the excbance once
10. face with bis hands, scorned tu give vent as a preservative agaiuts beat and The savoury ditties which Miss Martiuean moro turned against ns. The remedy ia easy
Let ua_remember.. this. I will. to the bitter feelings: that; overwhelmed damp. The custom almost at tbo same has hashed out of our manners to pamper and obvious enough but it is not easy to '
-- him. time was introduced into Ireland. Among Euglish appetites are considered iho moit induce those who have the power to apply
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TRAGEDY WILDERNESS'ttr _A_ rnAl.rt, u '.!.!..f>..9r_ who__ _, tiaaied u" > at__ the_n_ tnotneiit.diopprd ___'_..... tho ordinances of 11 CurV VIII. is one which .,nimiant relish thai ran, "raea" ___ the n'_ tableau__ ____ :H'0.. The i._..!.. .-i. ._I.I I_:-_ .i.-._.. .-J..I.....- ......:.:.0..Ii.-....
,\"1.tUTOf invi.ta. a 1 piece of muuoy into this extended "prohibits more than one manufacturer uf of a British newspaper. They are caught to market. 'I'billl so cleat a policy nnder
On the !I.t Junuevilla and bii party en cap, and soon disappeared iu tho thickeningtwilight spirituous liquors to establish himself! the up with more avidity than tho Cayenne present circumstances, that were the directors
., Gawped amidst high and beetling cliffs of in while the proud and wealthy passed towu. Iu the reign of Alary,aa act uf par pepper Ragouts of Fanny Kemblo or the not deterred by the paramount consideration
. totted clay and sandstone; bearing thenarll.ncei by unheeding and unfeeling., In a worldso liament which describes a liquor' of which putrid eutrement of Mad. Trolloppe( : with ,them of keeping up the amount
of tower., castles churches, Iud full selfishness, where each presses forward it i is injurious to drink and daily to use, prohint's of the dividend there could be no doubt of
Unified cities. At distance it was Icrce.If iu the ,pursuit of pleasure or wealth the entirely any distilling. We find, bow- An Autocrat' Pleasure four.-Tbe Auto their willingness to resort to it, without de ..,
pots&le to persuade oneself, that the iustauces of unsolicited kindness are so few, ovor. some years after, the Euglish tohKcrs: crat'.jourilo1 through bis dominion will lay, especially bound as they are to give all I
works of art were not mingled with these that their rareness should elicit corn mouda who supported tho cause,of Holland in the comprise 13,000 went Ho is to go to SI- tho assistance that may be required, to the t
l tatatic freaks of 11a ture. They bad rcceied Low Countries bona and Tifles-the first time the frozen American .
tion. To the refined end cultivated, the exercise drinking it as a cordial. tons:. They cannot make mo
the name of Scott's Bluffs, from a mel- of these faculties is the source of an This is the commencement of the period snows will ever have received the imprint ofa ney scarce by any arrangement out of doors *
Hebftly circumstance. A Dumber car year every varied pleasure, and if it sometimes from which is dated its manufacture on a royal foot. Suppose he steps across JJeh- that would not be a breach of such implied
MN a party was descending upper part happen, that tu their miuislration a wish of : largo scale, both iu England laud ou the con.Uncut. riu Straits to Columbia IU'"r.Vlult a engagement on their hart, and they could '
',the liver in canoes, whcu their frail barks notoriety wore than a feeling of beuovolenco pour slave aud worthless thing lIfter all man i nut reach the Stock Exchange& by any other t
two overturned and all their powder spoil obtains, the world i is ever ready to forego the' In England, however the use of beer. is, that this man should like Caesar "have I process whatever than that selling pub.
4. Their rifles being thus rendered useless idea, that any motive other than that of I Prevailed with;tho people till the reign of io got the start of the world," aa to hold one I lie securities. If any prognostic can be formed
dry were unable to food by bunt : William aud hundred millions 61 the bodies aud soul of (
procure benevolence prompted them. But when wo Mary, when the government rum present appearances| they will
d &;-bad to depend upon roots and wild see the lame, the halt Mud tho blind con having encouraged distillation "by various human being in miserable bondage. soon bo driven In such n measure which A

r hilt for subsistence After suffering ex- : toliufi and comforting oue another; w lieu ivo measures, the cciuumptiou of spirit became UitsEK.1 never could be attempted at a more favora-
d *'-'I from hunger& they Arrived at Lari- I see those upon whom the eye of the cold excessive. Smollet says that the retailers GENEROSITY. An illiterate per- : blo period. At a fairpriee the dead weight f
t* *..'. "Fork a small tributary of the north lonage who always volunteered to go round ,
uf would find
World looks down with scorn and contempt, brandy invited j-asscugers.by gas placed with the hat but annuity ready purchasers and
e tacacftbe Nebraska, about sixty tulles I, tloping the path the rough and thorny path, over their shops, t", drink fut the trifle of a his own pockets, was suspected sparing&; its introduction would check at once the introduction \
*W overbearing, ono day a
q the cliffs just mentioned. Hero one that leads from this scene of suffering to a penny; adding that for two penes they could hint of that effect, made the "f a foreign stock and probably
!file party by iho name of Scott, was takeu calmer, a better and an eternal world, we 1 1 furuiib with straw ihose who where in thaiItala "Other gentlemen down fullo\Viul.peoth what : in sumo drgrd o of the American Hank pa- '\
: "lid Us companions caeie to a halt until uf lino till should put. they It would also the Hank
bt are lost in the contemplation of so sublime a upon they recover thinks and iu du I. pot. give of Eog- 1
ta Ve staid recover health find strength sufli- spetacle, and our tniuds revert to the hitiory The government became alarmed at such.. private proper concern, aud what give Charity's is nothing a 'land at a mot*, opportune period, the power
Est to prOt'cod.Vhilo they were search of Him who though so (poor himself tint he result; it endeavoured to renew restrictions to nobody.1 Thomas Hood. of assisting commerce to a much greater
ie "rwsd io quest of edible roots, they dis- had not where to ''alllil head yet ,in the upon distilling, but suceeded poorly; aud it degree, than i i. at present done, without danger '.
'I nrsrod afresh trail of white men, who evi, I simple and touching language of tho' liible was uot till 1791, tthat a consumption of Fi.Ti.to AaTiLtcar.AN EXPERIMENT. or inconvenience.
id id dtstly, but ",coatl, preceded R.m.Vhlt "'DIILout doing good. beer, w hicli had diminished in proportion as -A Frenchman in the Texiau Tbo letters front Liverpool speak rather
tub. u Lt doue. liy a forced march they ( the had increased Army, a more favorably uf tbo business.
1: argues but feebly for the better feelings brandy arose again to the scheming inventive half .oul. state there.
:reM Nt overtake this party and thus be able of our natures; when poverty and the htav- irate in which it was previously; bear again I made au experiment of n hat crazy he called lately Some tolerably large sates of cotton had taken

JKtth the settlements in safety. Should est of all calamities, cannot excite one spark became the favorite of English operatives; ing artillery which iu the sequel, well fly place, chiefly of American description
8.to.. 114 I l1w they silghl all parish of famine of commiseration, aud tho victims of them but Ibo restrictions on the sale of brandy cost him his life. nigh land at (pievious quotations, but they observed
of ".....&ioe. Scott, however wu in- .r. left vs they best can to draw comfort having been abolished iu 1827, the use o f In the first place, the Frenchman that without tome improvement In the
id moving;,, they were too feeble to the lame from the blind and the blind from that liquor threatened again to become pro* '. mule ; on bis back he purchases six price of cotton the largo holders will experience
placed
. ton forward, and, dreaded that such a the lame. When we see the mendicant valent. The consumption increased to pound cannon, heavily loaded. The muzzleof a considerable difficulty in meeting
lold prevent them comiBf up with whom we would suppose barely able to twelve millions of galloni, and is now forty the cannon was pointed in their obligations. Price are still muco be
ifcivaaced party. They tfeteraiifleu.tbere- aUto, in nd.erland want, offer millions 0 gallons.t an opposite low the rates at which the goods were pm
Ie....doa him to his fate .Accord- support to share hit scanty meal and the last of a .... direction.0 _. from. the. bead_ _of_ the mule. .ha..t.
vvnetner me
vtder. pretence of seeking food aud hard earned pittance, with his fellow beggar, Mackinaw. The authoress of "Society !I lish refractory mat Dud mute unwilling would (to prove advance mu 1 here has Wen very little money business .

J-pte4, as might be efficacious( : iu his we may well blush for the condition into In America," calls this island, "The wildest head first towards an or whether uf any kind done to day ; indeed tbo
I,they deserted him and bttteaed forI which the spirit of self aggrandizement will &tooderelt piece of beauty on God's earth." I the Gaul thought be.could enemy do better by Stock Exchange. Lloyd' &c., have been
I the trail. They succeeded into ao mournfully degrade us. And I doubt Tbo viewo from its height she can "com backing up towards tome deadly imminent comparatively deserted. Every thing wears "
party of which they were in not that the lame beggar, in bit poverty, pare to nothing but is what Noah might have breach" we know not., It might hive been I the appearance of a holiday, aud there was
h.tt:!bet coawalcd their fcitWe desertion &leriftd more heartfelt satisfaction from the seen the first bright morning after the deluge. intended as a kind of item chaser for aught no topic to arouse speculation or ctiit,.
H Ctfig that he had died of'disease consciousaesi of proper motive, and the ." Such a cluster of little paradises, wo know. Tbe lJerloullaJ. that the letters from
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t ttii* summer tbcie: very iadividg l luxury of doiug flood than the haughty rich rising out uf such a congregation of waters, Having fully equipped himself, our hero tho manufacturing districts are more satis
tiese pant la corapwv with man can experience from the countless one can hardly farcy to have been elsewhere, started for a place where be understoodsome factory.
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. ft810 sudden) upon the bleachedRriuieg hoards and the bright smile of flatterers, "ttlue 'level waters appear to expand for hostile Uumancbes were lying in ambush. The city of Glasgow was In a great state ,
&ad skull of human skeleton, Juno 26th 1837. J. M &. thousand of inibs in every direction; wholly Planting his force, consisting uf him of excitement in consequence ott the approaching '
U.? b,certain situs they recognised for .. au aspect of the sea. Clouds, shadows, self, cannon and mule on the summit of election. The candidates are Wonteitb !r

Ft .. if Seat& Tfabwai tiity Iou; A Court Martial is to be h.ld.t Norfolk and specks of white sails at rare intervals, a hill which commanded a thicket where (Tory) and Dcunittoun (Radical)
.. the I lat'o where they had aban* alone diversifying it. flowery islands rise the Indians France appears to ba entirely occupied t>
bat the 18th IDlt. for the trial of Capt. U IL- weip supposed to bo lurking, ho .
f. i toad b on preparation for the Duke .
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OB .... 15th of May Ly the King ofPtBttia. 110 eat, their ports will \be closed to_our [, -- -- -- -- and barrels! on the shore, waited: deliberately received Injury frog the ladies titet. r

u commerce! This declaration it did not 1U''A"ca Q a y until they landed, at which time they fired, though Mr. A. Good_. had .. .... at. .
SPAIN. provoke pair contempt, would excite oar and killed Captain WHALTO. The man from under bar wad wp ten by..

Tbe Qoeen'a generals have obtained a Indignation to such a degree that we would SAtirday, July 22, 1837. next him cave tbe alarm and the four men Captaia B. and bit officers cad ... era ...
) aeries of success in the north On the 12thtest. soon put its efficacy to the le.t.Vbl coo ran for the boat, three of whom succeeded titled to great credit for t&eir I....frJ.Ie.

,._ Esp artero entered Hernani after some sumato impudence and tally! Our government .rtl&tnf.-l\laj. Gen. Jxsur, iu getting tn board; the other matt was shot trepidity and activity.
hours bard gt"tiea. He guide six hundredpriseaers. have bone with a saint liko pas Army down in the water. Tu oof them men io the Captain Bndiy writes that
killed situ of the enemy, and tierce knowing the weakness of the ag ran who baa beta detained in this city for a few boat were slightly wounded, Ind lad..01 the to be considerable signs! .r Iadlaa.apps

took thin) guns.bOi idet a large qaaatity of slog< parr,her want of rivilixatioa aau.'" days pall 'a account of ill health, left hereon Indians pursued tbrrn so far in the ,water as Sawaoaee. and trails where tfeev |.....
r, warlike tteres and awmanltion. On the 5tb total i inability to cope with us in a resort to Sat 3., morning In the Steamboat to wet their rifles there is uo doubt; they been driving cattle recently towards tee
he was ia .......oft of several ether places. arms, insults which would have long ago Cbarlestoo Black Creek. lie had made would have accomplished their' object of per Dart of tho'Sawaanea IlaaMaeck '
for
Early on the waraiagof the 17th General draw upon a powerful cation all the vengeance murdering Ibo whole pUI,. r eadtncn', Be v." The exnrete use.
.. Evans,after a desperate conflict, got pass we could inflict or all the vengeance a call upon our executive for a force of "The (circumstance of this'inhuman mur all the powder boras taken from tot laga?
session.1lrun, He bad allowed the women that such a flaxjtoas conduct. deserved. Bat men ; and during his stay here he was !busily der is peculiarly distressing. Capt WHAL- and there were several were tog or !It

and ebUJren to leave the place previous to tae have borne all the accumulated wrongs I engaged in organizing mounted end Ins TON was the keeper" of tho light ship, in finest glazed fresh pewdtr. NOBS &fS
the assault.. The victors,its said, exaspe that the greatest forbearance euild admit which capacity he has given i .snliifreiion for new levies have got into tile field as jet.2.
of the
rated the ubttinate resistance a of the besieged orVo have suffered her to capture our Pantry companies for the protection years nut uily t0 the government but to though pin of thrmareoa *ir. ...
refuted to give quarter, and 200 captive, vessels, to incarcerate our citizens, and frontier settlements and for active duty in the tnmm'I nl world lie has been inhu the whole force now oo thsefreatitt&Wi....
.1 are said to have been put to the bayonets. confiscate our property, simply availing the fieM.. manly murdered nnd left a ,disconsolate of the 8 u wan nee, i is bat eighty .... 'no

eotwkbttandbg all the exertions of General ourselves of our strength its some cxtrene It is tbe intection of Ceo. Jesup, as we widow and large r-si.ily tu turnout his loss lIulenladelp..e 'constant- attacks ..
.R .. Evaas aed his officers to restrain the iofurUaudseWicry. cases to release what she had unlawfully it a tint. too, when n'c hid erery reason to summer and fall from predatory baakc Z
.& Fontaiabia capitulated the detained and re capture hat she bad pica learn from a source cntifed to credit to em believe 'lionilities hul: et..et with this inhumane as they are now prepared, they are 2.
next da,. Co the 21st General Evans left 'dered. For this she pretmds to have jest brace without further delay, every favorable race. alarmed. FlmJUJL

Iran to joist Espartero. Three battalions cease of complaint holds the rod elects opportunity to bring tAe Seminoles to tin ';\ are now situated w hho ul troo .not ,.

e have been left to garrison Foutarabia, Oy* rectio over us, if we do not seek to make conditional submission ; and he will we even a cutter or vessel of war to protect us, SERP NT.TONOrEDINPT.yaaTo N'L
araB and I ruo. her a speedy reparation Surely this ii the and should those wretches know clout sits *. (R. I.) May 22. 1887.
I' It bad lees reported that the Carlists menaced most' consummate piece of impudence that further learn require every soldier'to be in uarion. they would iu all pn bibility, make To SAt Printer of tAe Foil BiRr Pa,,,,;

'tbe capitol aDd that the Queen bad ever was heard of! But let her forbear pa readiness, to naren at a moment's waining .Ii attack on u, hero. They were not satis. Sir-I embrace the earliest ."

.. ordered preparations fur her removal but tierce will cease to be a virtue,cad the hour to any point. he may deem it necessary tied with murdering, 'butchering, scalping to make you acquainted with sera"' of g 1-:

the story was untrue, as proved by later aecoaats. for retaliation may be much nearer than ear to strike a blow during tho summer and stripiiis' them of their clothes, but they facts a. have come to 81't..we4P!
,, beretofme pacific disposition. baa led her to cut off the fingers ..rCap.VIIAL'O=' for hi. 10 lbe ttltTpnI-tof&p4 flJ-t.+,fa...
Tbe Portugese ministers have resignedin eft ect. There is a point beyond which she months. rinRt. had casually beard just previous to .
coaseaaenco of the decision of the Cortes will not be permitted to go with impunity.Let Gen. letup is desirous of reliolprill. The captains and crews of several of the partore for Block Island. a.ilen,

Dot to allow the Ministers under secretariesof her therefore beware of mocking our c pall!)' npoo the Floridians, to terminate wrecked vessels nit hearing this nielanknij edly.slay before yesterday, I' &wd"SJ3. i
state M.Dies de qUveira. the President fortuarance by adding insult to the iudigoi this I.diuv.. mud we arc pleat*** ..:..: ; .-.... r.ww.w .... :. ....... .r .fe. : :.. .... ..->prJt"/tHi-iM i/ . of tbe Cortes,is charged w ith the formation ties we nave ..."v.jj ...inr. of
chivalry manifested by
spirit
T.uIPlco,2I1tlunl.I837.Tbe They were removed to Matacomba and well'
of a new Gotmiiry.Tbe Key, ashy as you may suppose, was J
German papers announce the death of following hasbeen handed me by the wherever bit wishes have been jnade known there iuterrod.' excited and I confess Hell an tat lase j
Frederick HesseCassftl Governor of this place a few copiesof he intends for active duty ''Mrs.VuALTON nnd asw.
bis Htebaes the Landgrave printed The mounted men : family arrived hero I y to os.mioo.r..r myself an object
at Frankfort aged 00. which 1 send you by- the schooner WtterWitch. -tbe Infantry are for local l defeuce; and on th t 2Sih nit. in the U. S. ho,,'. Captain began to excite so mach interest ia->tL..
Tbe Liverpool Chronicle says :-'-It is a SULLT. '.:01" WATLI.IOTOK has been sent neighborhood of its occurrence.a lob -r.. .
t rurioas fart at East India Cotton has been ''COLON EL SOUl CONZAOA VIEYRA, so far as .e are informed, his plans aie are up as temporary keeper nf the light ship, by worthy old gentleman in toe ykilit--'

sold in Liverpool during the last week for Governor of the Department of Mexico ranged with the circumspection and care ol the collector of this port. former acquaintance of mint, with: .tal..i;

I exportation to Canton. At present prices i it it le From the Department of State for exterior as brave lad experienced General and we accidentally met kindly offered to ae c0

costs less to send it from England! to China), relations, the following decree has hope be nay succeed. But whether suecessful TheSutcannte Rictr. Much controversy ny me to !sirs\ W't, tbe father of the
than from India?" : been communicated to me. ( formerly oxisted in relation to the depth of innM child! We reached this ihout WlW.9 .'
stif The President: of Mexican Republic to or net Httn'diansnill do their dot SIt .
A Chriitiaa Missionary has recently .. water, at thi mouth of the Su"allna' rive clock ibi. morning and were rrcriHcnurtenutly l
tired martyrdom in China He was con its inhabitants. Know ye that the General ) by Mr. W. and bit i very
t fined ia an iron cage, in which he could nei Congress has decreed as follows: : is reported Washington that Mnj We learn that Lieut. Searlo "l-y order of yowl? wife. After an agreeable l iut..1fec i.-I.......

tber stand *or lie, and portions pf his flesh Art. 1st. The Government is hereby authorized Gen. MACOMB is to succeed Mnj. Gen. JusUP Gen. Jrsup recently examined l this stream lion my rieucl.taled the object start vek.

torn off with red hot pincers to compromise the claims which I in tbe command of tho Army in Flori I nnd ascertained that there i i. n depth of 7 feet and the desire 1 had manifested fates thc'J
Over 20,000 were held to bail iLl I the Governor ot the United States has instituted i unfortunate little child, of whom
persons I da.V.. place no confidence the report'; j uu tl) o liar at (low water. lie nUo evuiiincdI I bad j jac
hereafter and those
England and Wales last year for criroiualoCeiices or may institute heard. .M .1V. inrormed us that for
of whom 7,033 could neither read who cannotatreo may submitted to tbe at ,any rate we should hope it is without I; Santa I.'o river nisi fouit'l l it navigable weeks he had, in almost every rasa ICTI s i

or write 10,983 could read and write imperfectly decision of a friendly power the U. Statesof foundation. No zoos! has resulted hi'liertn, for bunts to within 15 miles of Nennans dined admitting strangers as be ace I 'dt

2.215 could read and write well America agreeing thereto. t ny the frequent changes of commander-. io I ville. their |,re*'Miee ha.l. an unfavorable La
J8S were superior education &e. AcT 2. The Government further hereby .. -- -- --- mi the child but as 1 bad If-
time and come coo-.
but much ,
A London paper says, **Fo.r balloon escental authorized, that iu case the United! States our Territory, money Proiioiis are scarce mid hear high prig e.Iler. distance out ..f my way, be wasditpoatj W.

taken place during the pan week_ of America should refute, or not give a stated have been irretrievably lust. ... (Hams have sold at from 22 to 25 gratifv,i my nigh, the mare especially fe
two of the monster machines from Vauxhall time satisfaction which on our pan we Uur war bas been considered or but little 1 him ts
Gardeas, and two frflrn Sorry Zoological' have a right to demand acccordiog to the importance, It has excited but little attention cents per li.! Butter fnuu 37& to G-Jj cents. relation thought; to might the cuur give e be ought tome in edva fitters* k
or in case the trauijEresaioas Lird 25 rc'ils. 1"lullr:9: barrel. It
Gardens Mr. Green in the former was treaty open per
and all tbe official no.erllmlot +u"Ve were then ia.ked...
reports to pur sa adjoining .
accompanied on both occasions, with etgAfperaent should continue which have been commenced -- -- -- --
aad Mr. ana Mrs. Graham in the to close our ports tu> the com have represented it as being at hot We have heard of uu Indian: urns this room in one corner of wattfe. .sW.
bell tied ia a small chair the
latter alto bad a company. All the parties mere. of said nation tu prohibit the introduction but a small affair; that it could bo easily Meek. It ha. heeD reported that Micanopyami.J emaciated el.il.t. apparently about most betri%

landed safely especially the monkey Joeope, and tbe use of iu manufactures, to closed ; that toe enemy were mall in numbers I Cutt have expressed a desire la l. 1 am aware that I shill totally taamnol fail i
which down in point out a period to consume or
each a export
ea day came paracbete.
I these already! the country, and to adopt all( and easily couq erod. "if they uoultl visit Gen. Jcuj in St. AUUlr .I,-.. Capt. giving you any thiuk like aa adeqattt Ut\
of the miserable ...
I The ....Utters from the manufacturing the necessary means to effect said measuresand 9 ana,1"* orttV'AtJcoIlJ UfrunJ"and on tho Hanson with u dctach 111:111. uf his company, if infant.jececr",. us. lanfiat,

districts were on the whole more ..atiraCIOI! the safety of the Republic. failure of a campaign, no matter how excusable has been uu a sconiin; oxpeditiou tu the the you can above an supposed, or mess reduced child,of afest
I age to a
MICHAEL VALENTIN, Pres.TIRSOVICSO vtrj
"J. Sec. that failure way have been lie who head uf MNI&IIZHS river. lie ilutovercd u0 ".r: ll. hairless and covered w hatpins*
r Rep, aqd "
LITE AJID InrnRTAiiT' FROM EiroLAiiD. RAFAEL MOSTALVO. Rep, and Stt'y. had command was superseded. So frequeut I recent vigns of ludiniis. ed and shrivelled skin dark ami nnslutkti

By the arrival New York cube packet Therefore I commaud the same to be have been these changes that it is the corresponding: ttrncture h the witatnJpetogenartf
e t A past is It I.Ullo lie estaMjshed Moc n. Its little red f-ry N3-
: ship Or/ rL Captain RATBBOKC on Satar. printed published. promulgated and full? looked and ryes.
day I tatt. London paperi to the 24" and larorpeeltetbe complied with Government Palcco atMexi now upon expected as a necessary t casiti Branch, about 15 miles S. V.'. of this io; restlessly iiftm seep recesses el its aVn&
3d Jane, have been receir.ltd. co. 20th May 1837. consequence Iud the people, involuntarily I.t city. lest sockets,seat forth horrid flashes! ef isdisnation -

A 5 AST At 10 BuSTAMEItTC.' turn their eyes towards the next Grne- ; when the door of its apartibtst

The money market .a.lts a most dis* To Don Louis Conxaga, CueVas.Wbicb ral who shall take the command. This f Since our lat n riinipuny fins been par was throw open. The l Hale suffiirrrwfts-
eel his mouth and ia the of its
place
tense
Batted state; and although ef the actual ac for information I communicate and to,our evcelleney practice las beeo of vast injury to Florida I tinlly organi"od for tbe local tlef.-nco uf Ibiscity and fur a toae;:ue. II Iff"' ''''. Atoll aad aeh
count of 'suspension. specie paymentsby guidance.
the Beak of this had not reach God your and Liberty, Mexico, 20th May. and the character of our Army has suffered to bo commanded l I.v I; II. Gould.Ohit were thrust out, vibrating and kissing mlA

\ *4. X ..01- ul. Muneutnt country sa caul.... .* *..*>. 00*>. t>jr I.. E..t. ... ..._."....Ior !>n.gut.'t> luau ...-|..M, !... ".&';.r"l petlul .wMiiiriiNMWand as' iat.ajry p..Mlir! la the mare y,......
evestbad been received to cause great To His Excellency the Governor of the Department the field in almost total ignorance of the actual f Vur.froui ( cn. Jetuu. fruuthu rircum varieties of that rrpulsive species ef....
excile.eat, both in LoLdou and Liver of Mexico. ted nature. I could not fur several miafttn .
,oIL And for the information of all, I command state of things ; and obliged to acquire stance IIr its b.*in* tnaitr up mostly ..r those muster suiTicient courage to approach .&.

Tbe demand for Cotton during tbe week the same to be published :>s a law ia this information before he coup pursue a set of our riti/.rui, uhn, l hf law aru exempt f object I'C mv curiosity. I... filed to lit

-'J ondifig June 2d, bad been unusually large, Metropolis, and iu all the cities towns, and tied plan of cum p ai g n. A rant of knowledge from military duty. It it certainU a |>roud put hick I at fine occupied, while the ttr-

j I at prices ranging from al.8 to 1 l4d higher villages of this Depaitment and to b> calculated of the country, of confidence in such satisfaction to tec curb men rome forward pant-h.adtd tnngue cootmued U dart *..
." tbaa previous rater; the market closed at I to all whom it may concern. send recede with ... of tit; J
l.4d advance. A high speculative feeling Given at Mexico this the 26th day of guides as could be'obtained and above nIl I Ia in the public defence. A feu more members i/i little Jorktd Ibel..iet. at tit i

prevailed, cod the trade appeared disposed May, 1837. want of proper supplies have mainly prevented j' are unntrd. to fill up ib* rompnny. nnd wo time playing -ttffri&t/ik

to stick existing rates. LoUIS GOXZAOA VlEtBA: termination of our,.horrible war. hojio they 'ill be found: without difficulty.Brig. child equalling in velocity, the liIINt' "
TIM Back of England had refused to fur SICT GABRIEL SAOASETA Setrotll,. It would be of no advantage to ustu have --.-- .- flush !
eish any aid to the American houses ard at Notwithstanding the above decree issued Geii. HernanJtz and surf left tits in Mr. W. the father gradually apprea-ati
the last accounts Thomas Wilson & Co. b, the Government it is in my opinion that Gen. MACOHII command in the next cam the steamboat Cincinnati uu n visit to the the child all. the time speaking vtry sottft*

cod T.hyVillia.. bad failed. U. S. all the difficulties existing between Ibo two paign. His fighting days are over ; hi. en this (,. inly to it, and in a few minutes siteceI''lit
.nlivr.
Bank pest notes, Morris Canal and all nations will be amicably adjusted by negociatioos. ergics have waned with. his years ; and few pasts on .. producing quiet-the head receded tat I Epsclosed
Araerieao securities had declioed. GreatcoMEeraatfon I over it. sad the infant exhibit > .
ifany laurels remain fur him to win. So The fiillning are some uf the touts
prevailed throughout England. To>> Mr. Kidd Merchants Exchange N. Or. aspect only of extreme emscialiooBii
'
drunk at Tn'lahassee. the 4ih. of
long has be indulged! iu the luxurious of on July :
The question reform in the criminal law leans.P. Up the moment I moved towards tbs cstUlven -'
of Eegtaad agitated and efforts mad. to H. The Conducta with IP.lci.b..o Ease, that be has become'unfitted to endure TAt territory Florida.. I..iv-y| as her but a siujle step the mouth weald,..,
reduce the number of capital offenees. arrived from the interior but ia expected the hardships and privations of an Indian own ttondlono butter. hot "blrediiig under the head suddenly dart forth and the wet
Tbe King of England has been seriomlyiH soon. ,I believe all i is tranquil throughoutthe : War. the Tomahawk of the truel..walte.Vb.r.. flrea-Jful spectacle I have already etrMf
: so much so that fears were entertained Republic. It Is believed here that Cera shall sherry for help' for alas! her sons described would be again l prneatfo. n-
that be would sink under his malady but mod on. Dallas has passed this place on his Gen. Inner, with the experience of allwho are worn out, or hare .jieruhsd iu the strug father however beckoned me to Bfersatt* ..

be was convaJetceat at the last accounts. way'toVeraCruz.' have gone before him, together with a gleThe which I did but never shall I forget tit(ft* .
Faces an impost duty bu been Levi.ad !. vast amount of topographical information Army of the U. Statt*.-Paralized meodons hfaiflg which came front tie SIN !
oa beet npr. M.Trutta has'been elected FLOUR is retailengat Hudson (says the aad powerless Too feeble. t., chastise one pent goaded tongue of the little tafltrtr. Itt
mJekter of public instruction in epposi. Hudson Republican of Tuesday) tt twelve which be obtained from actual survey, during I tribe of wandering savages. How hath the > as several minutes before= qoietudebeprodaced eIIItI 1 I.

iron te M.de Salvande. Baron Pasquter iteoaiaated dollars per barrel; Potatoes a dollar per his campaign, he is better fitted for the ; mighty fallen ,. cad even then its .r.pt4
Chancellor of France. bushel, aod not much By Seth 1*. Lew i.. lion Jo.. M. White .
Baron to be bad at that price command, than and other General of our motion au my part would cause an .iest -
Ulertber atttttuts the minister of foreign affflirt. The Captaia of a West India trader wrote We ho be continued in .Tbe late Delegate from Flori.la. nbu so taneous pratuston of the ansiabtlyorgsa.te' t
hope
home to its that Water army. mil ably represented her interest in
owner, at the Island Congress compamed by a hissing sound, more or lets
o M, Doeie, who occupies the pretMental was $4 a hogshead and none to be bad. command we are willing like Henry .Clay and defended her character: the opinion of intense according to the tests. of flu Mi
chair of the Chamber of Deputes,is promot- We are but little better off here w Itb regard to with his rifle which miued fire for the first General Jackson to the contrary notwrthsstanding. child-1 had several opportunities of
... to the Graud Cordon cube Legion of most eatables, and quite as bad as respects time-not to break it t, pieces over the first the ttrpngo member, aad will enJeavsr ts

*,, Honor. money. A dollar is worth ten shillings; but log ha came to-but to pick the flint and Col. Wyatt sent the following, must ; give yon a description of I. .'. color 4 dirt
The Preach papers were almost exclusive there cannot be found, unless you can get try Florida in the present W"ar,-She bras suf- copper, aDd in places inept I ig to stratigrneo. sr
I ly devoted to the details of the marriage> into tho bowels of oar Little Monster.Mr. it again. lered the most, done MOST, and ha. been a* Its eyes ere jet b'ack.' and hwy

.. ceremonies the Duke Orleans to the haled mu... Let us be a State instead of light strikes them favorably ao dita.. .
Prince Helena Mecklenburc Scbwerin KENDALL has issued a circular to the MORE lltJRDKRS. 1111\1uoda1" mail we begging for, we will then demand our ever sent forth more brilliant sciotiHifteM rf

which took place at Fontainblean, on the Postraarters, directing them not to forward received the melancholy information of the rights. of light! A .bright yellow ring eecirtlestto .
) 1
30th May.It letters or packages* addressed to the Preii murder CrPt. Jour WnALTON' keeper of neck and really has roach the 'P' "Z ""* .

appears that the Royal couple were dent or other any Executive of the Heads of Departments the lightship at Carysford reef and one of An expre from San Pedro arrived Ia or lold. The m..alb or tbss seat hem .
or
thrice married first the civil I any Officer at Washington
by magistrates his by of Indians at Key evening hh despatches to the Governor I :ague il quite large, and was always t.ft
without by the expressjnail unless the men a gang Largo.
which
oo marriage is vali l in France postage from Ide
Captain R. D. Bradly, 11 WbOD the bead w. ft
is paid at tho place of mlili In default of this heart commanding opeD awe .I fi
particulars
second by a Lutheran rlergyman, Rev. ; The following rending the Madison county troops, giving an yond Ibo UPS. Its line forked teaia. 1I 1i i
ac*
of such ment.all l such letters
M. Cuvie ) and tbi tell according to the pay and piekagee detailed in letter
; 1 ; occurrence are a of count ora, spirited scout made by a partunder nave already said was iacrlUQtf! iamfttt- I
rites of.... Roman Catholic Church by the are to bo sent by the orpinary inai I I the correspondent I.rthe Charleston Courier bit command from the 29th ultimo to y We '''lec1la the room jast 30 ..Bt3*' S .
Bishop ef Meaux. tbe 3d instant, in sifts the latter of which time tee &
THE FLORIDA The for Iu-.ml! band of Iqdi ring part i I
From Spain we have nothing definite ferday indulges the Aa., Time ofyest Oapt. Wbatton was many years a resident ians which had crossed ,bI, Suwannee, and became very quiet aad took Crttly et t. IC
tke war cull continues raging with all its ac.'I the several commanders following comments alibis city, and was an estimableman beenplunperius the plantations and stock of its usual Co d. The father told. BM that, N
coawaayieg horrors. It is imposYible to upon in lb. Florida and useful citizen. He has left widow etrtrsl tw tt
bite
eapamifn. It that the a the settlrts in Madison. The Indians had known the tongat to tt
Indi"l have wore I
r predict. with any degree of accuracy, what I "beleagured Gen.says Gaiues.the outmanoeuvred and a largs family of children who closely trailed across the Suwanneo sevens and once when it fastened upon eat ei
may be its fieal result, or which of the coo mile, are three different partita attacked bit fingers, maebawelliag cad aoreetsi w*
Gen
teodtag parties will ultimately come off vie Scott they taufbed at Gov. CaH,4ty' I were dependent upon him. Io every instant the Floridians whipped. lowed i iadeed be was oal Jnlievedbyaa'
bamboozled J
Gen. Jesup and what weald KEY WEST. JOLT 1.2b ..
R .. ... the Commander ia Chief do spinet this." I them and forced them to fly to the h.m.I I Pious bleeding. He informed me alto JI
ale Editor of the Charlatan Courier I mad sera'
the child voraciously of ter
mocks. B
eat
Captain recovered i
considerable
It is 1t
Office ef the Bee, announced tbat ftsj.! General! Mates e GEHTLEME5.: It U with much regret I of the timeaorotbsr4iads of feed hi k' '
plundered retook :
several
i will take property dIaIf
New ORLEAHI, July! 4. Jeiup's place have to aooounce ansther instance of the cattle, taoles, &e.. and captured several farted the former. The child U ibi t
FROM MEXICO. brutality of the desperate and inhumane and Two Indians male $$L He stated farlur tteteraiaeotpbysickBaaadaurfeeae
Hard tirnu.-Tb. ponies packs. was killed t
The decree both la wedding drew ef eat bit' "
. foHewwg a eOIllI'D.reialu4 diaat."On. b.d
,' peKtkal of view ia of the Boston belles who lately eoscloded otiie2Gth ult. and scalped and it is known several others ; t
point calculated the mo-niog Captainlouts to the child end that kted been reeetr
wounded. The see
were severely notorious and
to eUfk eeasidrrable attention. The 2d ben&ett to get married cost 700 guineas the Wo ALTO u with.. bit crew of four men, cruel chief John Hicks the murderer of Mrs. mended by one the emlneat Dr. W. ttItongue *. I fI
arlkle it wHl be perceived, assumes .. 150 the veil 200. The bridegroom left the for tbe of fI
0 like light ship purpose pro- Wallace auii her family, it is thought has be expirated. I coincided toioo f.J
amciaf cad tb.mteniegattttude.I told a man of sense, dressed io Jainplus ocl. distance of r
are I and buff.A f\: coring en Key Lano a met bit just fate. Several of the I and advised that the Poem'. 1J
that Bftlese the. United States. within a stated abbot nix mile, at which pace be bad culti fired upon and badly wounded on Indian party I on to perform the 0,.,.... Ta (;' .Ji
y. (tea ttall. five SfttUfacitea. which tbe Mex nan was acquitted ia Staffordshire 0', vated a garden for some years past. The greatly resembling him but ho escaped Into Mr. W. is about 28 years old and tbe i.JI

648 gsv.reultoctdeclaroe they have a right titling a marc because it tamed out ofllJ Indians, sit Io number seeingthem alarm* a hammock nod could not be found. Fortunately tber. I should judge 38. She it vary

t .S ed, secreted themselves behind some bushes none of Captain B.', command i I lirol.lia.) been.... married aboatS ysar*. i


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lad only ebild I bate ontit 1 NEW D&KER1l 1 claimant was remoulded eMi the lea,'ttfa ft b* _
I.' I I .TO THE IPUI1MC. .
1M be was rto-cuwW, hart bog be oiitmcd au.aud
>w" i. dait 11", ..nt, at the re. m A W WB .J8IJRIYI1.ill VT gives me great pleasure to learn that the 1. B. 9UAIIEZ, explain whether die horse wurem IM was ; _

;.r. panin eoateareasd. JL allusion made to General Anuttfead ia my infoim the inhabitants remoftuted bad not beets fernJslicd */UM United .

card of the Utb, wu erroneous utE unjust, and RESPECTFULLY, thai be has taken the tf tates,..been wood by aaetiMr mounted atttftiamau r ,.
A&n** JVff"**hI; AqueerstoVyl I regret 1 did not Unow the fact previous to itsublication. pones, lately occupied by Air. JACOB Al*'xs, or volunteer,ea whom pa)mess tot tbe .
\-.eo4og the reflate ef some of our Jwbieb p where he intend tu carry on the Halting business use and rob &llentlt' or for its tvt sge, waist iu l, '
w bid ka affect ia Fall riv"Tstbe lam now happy in being able lactate that I ,and will keep on band a supply ol bread the poeMMiwi .l tbeclaiM ." may oar been t.mad. .
tory got-a .ww ewe years hue this day learned from the Adiatant General of the best quality A.own as be can make ar. I and if it bad ton tan. nwnesj should

& Tiflftot bat a tarp tMt iegBf, audIt PttRT OF AUGUSTINE.. that the hoard wbicb I had ices furoisbsd by order ranjremenl, be intend keeping .n assortment mm the person, end tin covttba&d to which tw '.'
. .t all spectators adapted to its pro* of Gen. Armiitead and my tgnoranco; of it of EIUTTEtt and WATER CHACKUtS and 'loDC. And. every lasuaee IM w&icu UM .1
. .. The ARRIVED. arose from not receiving au aun,'cr to my note otber article ia bb tine. lie hope br mention claim may eaten equipage UM MI .,at. :
shpt like fi Ct 7 crows add rested to the General on the Mb, which the to business, and the f'>od quality of bin article value .f. cn.. to ayeoaed.tiecef .
of rather the aubslitiiate that mem- Steamboat Charleston, Ilonoell, Black General charged wnto tba order .
i Adjutant who was to merit share of public (tatronage. fleet of Casts.Tit. .
, au the appsartae* of the bead Creek. If8ch. : of furnishing the guard;did not'nppese wu 07 FRESH tiliKAD 'Yer,. iuornlu|. acedoa sn cb.law errata .
liIt'ieek of a snake Satii are the facts as Medium Ma h ee. Cbineston,4 dl'l.S.tILED. required. Augustine,July?, IS)?. Tbat an/ person wild, w the laid military

..aI11'f'or In the Pall river Patriot. \VM. G. DAVId'Drpnty; Marsbal.July --- mile M a vwtu utevr ardratf,toted mUitia man:

Herald ceaMwetiag upon this Steamboat Charleston Bonn ell, Black 21st. 1837. .'.0 ti4te stashed ur bali furaisb aiit>M ir win .iui. .

aeeeitly of a More, tars that every Creek. and wh4Yy _cu.., tw.. .Y. ."...w.u ". !
i \ after tin date, 1 sball apply"
sate mentioned in the Patriot goes PA8K50KM. IWarehal's in Ie. SIX the Honorable the Judge ol' ih' Counly ..,.&....sY drurl tIJ try c. t 1.1. "< 1iti.411r I I
eirClt there was,in the child's dices-- virtue era 4.creo of tbs Superior Court U"II vi UW MUM, WltlkMI mttfuu f+aw w '.".. '
that In the Sch. Medium, Rev. Mr Boras IN court of dt John County fur letters of Adm utrationon -
bed jUe, t fettoff ring necked Dr. 10 m. dinclild.1 will expose to public the (Good and K:ut. bf iti*part, or Mho lust.raiMii lUte UM cares try l'
"fr.Larval HrktdtcIerdiatarbed Uuiicll. U. S. A.. sod John Rodman Esq. aale. on the:B2d day ofAngutneat,between tbe of 8t. LyinauWalter. re.*ou of bu beibg weanded ia U* service ebatlUt i
that wbtn { late Augustne, in said taunt ,
hours of 12 and 1 o'clock that day in stoat of ) value *
of and thereO
abowcd
ia ;: __ J deceased tba time 'bis death of which pjidrtba
fikrert hit bead oat lit tMaaer descriJL of St. AugusUne at oi all 1
the Court House DoT, in the City will E.chclatsa under Una pt.riasonwwtbsestb- .
by die narrator. TIle grat voracity at CAUTION. ,all tbat eert4a tract of land consisting of patent interested please to take notice. bstird, the otbe" cofusMndcd U*> ....

tad the great e teiee* ef the cbdd't ALL PERSONS are hereby rorb d trusting one undivided half part of a tract of one tJtourandurerlrinS LuKIN WALKUl.fit.Aagustint : nut wL n UM taw ." ... *Uu.. | IN it wad
caa usual ceocoakeattef cbs taper wife un my account, u lam deter mined bcjog iu tie County of St.Johns,and May 9th 1037. IIIlu the .eS' SMCVltlttg eBMMrMiflMUft) two r

add worms. Tko wld and fierce exof not la pay any debt of her contracting. sliuaed at a place called M stanza the head of AN ORDINANCE further I. amend tbe ordinance I .,raj.tt.cK.itf t, tae vain lecu,aii WMtbrvriMtuwa8e
LUTIIER :
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.eoooteasec ttliaa place in eons I'I'iG1l St. Augnltine,19th,1t337. *fft YEA AN.' theNortbwest PelicerV Crwk:which said tract to provide for raising a revenue of utaia dWiia r eaceefirritatiea tftfct t eta&acb from ||-4w.i arose thousand acres,was e ranted by the Span the city otdt. Augustine and fur the tollec negligence en b.part.

m o.;led from esker.... Its proof i AN ORDINANCE to amend "Aa OrdiDIDcer.Dlatln.I.trolt lib Government to Martin Hernandez and conveved lion thereof passed, lh March 1033. Mir ;late ef Cat**. i

est+ milk,of wblcb aaafcee art fond,to t| for the City of St. Angus- by the said grantee, Martin Hernandez. Belt ordaineu ht the aJJlor and Aldermenof '!'b.third Met ilia w UM.w sjiMct*:

StfYmdi. orlnd.I.*_rofttea to induce I tine passed lad June. l&IG.Oe mJohn T. Williams, and conveyed by the aid the city of it it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of William to Daniel 8. GrUwold, and conveyed I&J7,there snail be levied and collected on and bj Use lu**. taptuie W w.ut.ctwu.4y '
thaI dirtwet
?It beii T8 was a personage I' St. Augustine That so much of the first section by the aid Daniel 8. Griswo'd' to John Hewlett, from every person, vending goods,$?vet and I Iluerchaadaze.l. ueiny 01 any bu*.. mule or gvn.cft. #
tied, where, in the press of the timer of ih. Ordinance which this u an amendment bv deed and rsottgaed by the said Hewlett tu the city,.tbe following .uw:, to boat .lerguur |MIM ., while rata ytpnlj w. .-
ii swat find food and lodfiaf ; ia bicb ACt. ato .ubj!ci. n.ry white tarts inhabitaai;eiwean Theodore Flotatd fur tans ie hundred and seventy win ; the tivicu vftiM tauten BUles, viUMr li, .. .

kit also shown the n it4e* of a erput, the ages u..lztten and lilt, years,to patrol duty four dollar and ninety one cent. Un the invoice amount of stock in trade I'rc..aUI vr cvtttr ci .xc pi IN tl..er wtwi* twat
JfWI tim*Huinur*.a.s*vr. de.v I u..;-u.. h> ...d tit* ..!... i..M.Ky -."liid. and. The above named undivided half part ova tract where the same does not exceed two thousjud tuft ta wbic' |t>. fr"i> rtv Weald tan .s,.. .,
eetftruiiues vr &oth,', pricks are lur hereafter every such person between the ages or at one tttttnrmttn mfmm tnW dn-tar diUIV lkr ...>..**.**Mr ,"-t.-. f.r ..7> lau w.. -.rw a ia U iutturvd bjr UM uwur, jl uilull
!w t rntniblances, partabiaf ie part, of the i Uteen and fifty years, ahall be liable to do patrol aid Theodore Flotard of a ctariof twelve bun dred dollar t *rj>ear slant suel tuft, capture, wr Atafotri both bodiesof tba organ of which duty in said city. drdd and seventy four dot tars and ninety one I above tbat amount and not' exceeding four was without any rasa ur itogugvnca ass IMpart

the substitute, or of wbkh it forma a I Sec. tf. Oe it further ordained, That so much cents together with nineteen dollar and twenty thousand dollar cfevemeeii dollars, with the ut' Utouwiien and arty u...u. "... .

t I II ted of the irnpr eisrnn, the mind of the of tbe second section of said ordinance, as re* five cent colts i addition of one dollar ami.sixty Iwo nnt a half out any such Lust or ueii..{iUM. *..jiiu part, quire*the ftlaor to detail ten person to perfurml WM. G. DAVIS. Deputy. 1lanbaJ.Jul,17lh. cents for every thousand dollar share that a* ball! .u,Uiii dauiagu by UK U.vUi abaitduitiuciitaud .f
.r (rum some fortiga body. i. itrol night be and the hereby 1837. 11-4w.
duty every tame u inonnc. 'less U. any .. ..IaVI., Waite,x U".wulm tu .'
i repealed and the aid Mayor i il authorized On every stare above the age of 15 and under the sei VIM uresaid. iu cuu tqu.uc. v| UM failure '

Ve Ices, says the Providafico I I and required hereafter to detail for patrol duty. I NOTICE. CO yews twenty five cent. and it shall be the tu this pelt of tad Culled outes Iv lurutsii -.;

Vf a {cotle mtn from the country cauritr'1 n laid sufficient number of white male inhabitant ot ;IX weeks after date I shall apply to the duty of the owner of eretr. slave such lavsj tu the same with .utficMintlorage.ilMUl IM .,.. .:
tjtock of( an earthquake was felt on II And city, no* exceeding teu nor lea thau five : Judge of the County Court or dt. John make a return of the same to tape tax collector sad paid lh",1.wise Wert b" .

.rtltt 23d uhf at tiifciibvill, 8urrtlvllle aud ]!;, the Captaiu should of e rcunintances.nv Patrol, require, in the an opinion additional of County fir Intern of ministration on thee** on before the time prescribed in the nut 'iu a.tAbta.1..a claw under this pruviiioo it r '
i rate of tlll t'1e1 a (r. el black late of said proceeding section oftuu ordinance. will be licet**;!!y u pi euuw the lesiuuvtijr wl Ibu ,1ulli.
The duration of the stock
' wna force fur the of
!tur00' : 'prrlAiOIl| riots. routs, or un See. 2. Tbatitsoallte ,
tbe ofevery tla'w. baited
decea ed. duty
cute
merchant elrIcu'
*
win
tans "
.bovt half minute; the inhabitants ufthe ;!I 1 1iill lawful.'wbb.r. during Ihe night eaton. be county "
J. M GOULD. store keeper or vender ofgcodt. water, l>iMM.d ur vuutracted fur UM censor uVu. plus
".*f tiUiibtenritla wera to much a* j shall call upon a sutlicieui number of Inhabitant Iud merchandize make a return of hi*ber or Ier ity UMUtiuuetf iu such Claim and also vi lb.udiesr .
1,M ielcava their ... lu .tboinp t!, to aid and assist in the discharge of his du Mar hal'. Sale.IN their stock in tr de lu the tan collector, on oath I. under whose immtdiato command the
tin, under 1(19( ordinance which ibis is
eso the bock nai to aarara at to kucckfeecrockery I ciidment. to an am VIRTUE of a decree of the Snperior oa before the first day of June next and on nag. same wa employed at the unto of esptnrv, destruction

.( from the ..'c.. 1 1 j I Sec. :. He it farther or J.ined, That the Mayor Court,aud to me directed. 1 will expose to lect or failure to do a* shall be subject tu a penalty : los or b4udouiueuti declaring IM wbtt
1 t and hv authorised i public sale,on the 15th day August next be of$50 with cost of rust :, way the property wa taken iaW the .ric U*
| may i H hereby to dispense the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock of that ties 3. That the United &be .
tweeD day every person or person, after i tltat.s, V thereof whether ur .
: .
with the "trulJttte.her. :
whenever h ball be
J w l.nt r.-AraoBK the anecdote ofMtfitsalioj ; in front of the Court House door iu the City ofSt. the passsgeotthiaordinaacebefutebetseot they', not the ruk w wbtcto ..Id. ..suvwU WMw '
detailed in Washington Jr. i;; of opinion such that the situation of(be City will jus ;! A ipustiae. one lot of ground known by .tbebaroeofjohn sbatl! open store for the sale of goodvare.uu agreed tu IM tucuirtd by lire owucr,wbeua-

.'HK arcouat or rapt BoBfieivilee( axpa*. 1 lily meature. E. 0. GOULD Lee Williams Lot of Ground, and merchanize within the limits of tins city,shall iu er ur I*M.jittr
4Jrtoo? tit ii meuttoned that ea one oeeatioujiMBjbcraf Attest Jo*. 6t Siffcncx Clerk Mayor.teuV mortgaged to Edwin T.Jeticke. for a dbl o r like manner make return a* in the proc edtn g 1 engaxed supply UM snare with su&CMttt fur* .
Black feet stoats penetrated in pro three hundred and 1".nty6ve dollar and ninety ection is directed,under the like penalty. |I ISee. r.s.. HI what ttiiinuer the loss happened slid .
nine cent, with interest thereon to be 4. It shall !be the of the collector 1 nut .
cto early part cube night idto the AN ORDINANCE fur the the compu duty tax vr it w a sustained without any
very preventing ted from the 27th day of Mcrch 1837,at the rate forth with to make a re turn to tbo mayor every fault' ur negligence ou jail part.
thecamp. Hero tfcey went ftUou running ()f heine or horses through the
ftttKiat t
any of eight per cerium per annum.till P H. lliatis shop or rtore where goo Js,ware* or merchasdized II I '1 b. sixui .cctieti uf the law scads I .
*aoact4i.1odge M cnltalt Md deliherateIjNtfet'boine -, atreet* of this city of St.Augustine. to say all that certain lot or parcel rf groan an kept wit the said city and shall al.o ,n- I J I "That in all instances where a minor baa been .

quietly &*&*$ loose the i I Be il ordained. By the authority of the Mayor ituated and helve; in the arc.retaid City of St. port the name of those who have failed to snaked ,I ur sjuall be engaged iu the military service of UM :
0net that good picketed bf the lodges o and alderman oftbctity .of St. I\ulu.tiae. that Augustine containing forty feet in front in a return of their stuck iu trade a* aforesaid and I;I Ii anted auues awl waa or than ba provided with

"I1.1 ownert. Ote of tfaesa prui. j I from and after the p..iIlJ of this act, no person feet in depth, and bounded u it shall be the further duty of the laid tax collector 1 J I,la' liorM vr equipment, or with otUo fy acevu-

f, iere* ..lali. fire, round nh'teb a voop of Ncz \than I liD:tart any horse mare,gelding or mute called Partner Lane, on which the said lot fronts, to proceed to ascertain and make out the amount or ball die without paying for said property .

..wese adding fridi iateose eager i i! through the streets of this city. Any person on the West by a lot of Francis Cue, on tbe of taxes due frm; each sture4 or. shop keeper ; and UM same baa been,or shall be lost cj Uif*udestroyrd
Here he stood for ease time maple 1 j I vjalating this act,shall, upon conviction thereof South by a lot of one Pont, which wa, at tbe agreeably to the return.,where returns shall have or abandoned, in UM manner before
aen. I before the .Mavor or other justice of the peace time of the execution of aaid mortgage occupied been made and where no returns shall have i men tin tied,aid parent or guardian shall bj .
1ft ia his robe peering over the shoulders of i !> be fined five dollars fur the t lint off+nee and see by one Susan Unrpby and on.the East by a been made be shall estimate the same accordin ', lowed therelvr OIlID ,
pay eausfadory
see |playcrat i watching over the changes ofthtir dollar for the second offence,one half of which house and lot clone Almanson. The said> mortgaged to his best judgment, and assess a double tax : a*iu other cases, and the furtter proof that proof be i.
rnuotcr.aoces, aad tbs iucluations of sball go to the informer and one half to the city premise then being in the possession upon such delicquent, and gtta notice th.reoraottif entitled thereto by having farnisued its'*

tilt ..e. So ceoplctalr e o rowed were dice 2. And be it"/.reAtrorrl"iad. That after and actual occupancy of the said John Lee Williamit I I parts or parties, who may have the same .\ parent or guardan of deceased -etieor
"1. that the presence ef tail tmfled cares- tho passage of this act, no carman. drayman, h and also the dwelling bona, oat.boa..1 corrected before the mayor u the isms shall be will therefore ia addition to such

deeper, was unnoticed,and btvteg executed I i or wagoner, shall be allowed to go at a faster 11 buildings and edifices, and the grove, orchardand I considered !liable to objection if an appeal shall plicable to his claim as i* previously tnta--l'P.described,
in bra'adn'he retired aadiseovared." Upa rate than the common walk of a horse under a trees on said la.f I be made to him in ten day. thereafter. have to furnish proof that be provided the minor
iM same ocr.tina. having apt loose al penalty of five dollar* (if white man,) and i ia r The above named property i is levied, on as the : See 6.That the punaltie prescribed by tbi I with the proper-y therein .. '.aed I loaf the"', ..
free colored person, mulatto or dare he snail I property of John i><* Williams, to satisfy EdwinT. ordinance shall be prosecuted and recovered minor died wiibwut for neb
..klf bursrs as they N uld c*fivenirntlv- car teccive twenty stripe and stand committed until Jrnck'inf d.bt of three hundred and twenty beoreaD1 judicial officer having cogniganc and that be,the paying or property ;
parent guardian, i outiued
. die Ulaikfe t scout rejoiced their corn the cost uf suit be paid; it may however,.be five dollars ninety nine cents with interest thereof. I ISec. to payment for it, bia *
tides cud all remained patiently around the optional with the free ngrn.or mulatto or master tlereoaas also two dollar and fifty cent. cost 6. That the lint'andecoud section of the sane.t by having furl the .

tamp. By degrees, the tones fioding them- of any slave convicted of this utT"nce.tn pa- W4.] G* U\"'18, Dep. Mars ordinance amending the ordinance tu which tli The seyeoUisaeUoB of law
.tr" aa liberty, took their ret toward* the fine of five dollar and costs, in lieu of tor'porell lullIth.1S37.I I is sn amendment and every put ur any ordi I I -That ia all iacUacca where the enacts '

r &. >mary grazing gfeaad. As the y punishment "NM'AlltlRtte, Wlth tlt1A tea a. thar a ..f f **.. >..... *any person eta-
&ergedffroai the camp they were silently 8.EC.3. Be >tjarthtteasJ rurrl.'isat no other AdmiBifttrator'fl Sale.IN hereby .led and the said tax collector tho in the military service afvresakf WM and W SMfMl
takes posacsMon of. until baviag securedsAwet vehicle wbale"".*h,il tie dmen within th" limits VIRTUE AN ORDER of the Judge collection of iba tare hereiu provided shall be or shall be provided with a bone or ba* been
of e ajdcitj', at a ra"erratft than the common ftrrh Ciiuntir Court of Jnlm governed b, the provisions of be. ordinance of with eqaipments. .
Ft.
Cutinty or
tbistjr, the Blackfeat oa tbe T military aeeontjemecu, by
sprang i slow stators hrrreusder tlu like penalty ; and Jib march 1833 any person,
backs cad scampered off. Tba clattering r f I the nnd >I if the
i person or (persons driving lid bone horses deed., will off.r forsake at public unction in front E. n. GoctD Mayor the risk or such hone, equipment* m'accoutrements
Beefs bet or
the tbatetartad
>w.aa thing th'S'ln. or vehicle the Test Ocuuaoo
shall be
contrary to ordinance ,SCGCI Clk.
of
the Court
tim from their the Hoo e in i the City of Augustine on oa bieueU, ,and the seas baa been
garaa. minors parents or guardians shall be held the first Saturday in September next the follow or shall be bat ed
.. ._.. i liable for tbe .1- eaptttf ,destroyed abandon--
I t' be r='f1.nt.of such penalty may tug real I estate rf the said Francis Triay. that i i.t. WAR DEPART5IENT I dosed ia the manner before mentioned such
Uo 'dts owe Rtwuo.YesterdaI.r imposed for a nuhuon thereof. : 'i say. a piece of land situated near Maecaiiz January 2.1837. S owner ahall be allowed therefor
pay ,
I I on
fsreeona a email boy by name Jlla'. I, K.: It. GOULD. Mayor. Creek bounded on the South by land of Sebastian RULES IN RELAIIOft TO CLAIMS satisfactory proof u ia other c... easfcajhw making

la\Du."d'euod, 1 roW 01 book bills 'lying l Attest. D.. SEnt'L Clerk. i it Garcia; on the north bv marsh of Mow* fur by sneer ut Co ...'.. further proof tbat be entitled thereto br ba-
fen the wde-walk in Baataaa street ami i n Creek ton the west by the public road; and on sad 18th January 1637.entitled >4tn Act to provide rimy furnished the same,sad Caving taken the
aba with oootcientioos regard for justice j i AN ORDINANCE ereatint th* appointment f the east by North Rnrer. for the payment uf burse* and other proper risk on himself." .

tad honest fbat does not occur to.all fad J 1 City Mar hal and for other purpoics ALSO. A Lot vitnatedin Augustine, bounded ty lentos destroyed in the military retries ottbe) ,. lleside the testimony ia support of bis claim

ers applied to David Graham Esq.. wbotc&ee < Ue it ordained by the 31 ay or and Aldermen of on the West by St. Gecrge Street; on tbe UnitedSute prescribed iu pursuance oft he 4th herein before required every such owner.there t
e
the of Thai there shall be section of the sad
City ; t. Augustine North by a lot otmesly the ef Jes o act. tote will
property ba"etoproethau.
ass near b to ba advised in what.snaatr did provide the
appointed a fit and competent to be Fish All claims under the of this
i' person ton the East br public land and on the provisions act must horse,, equipments .military
be should dispose ef k. Mr. G roc- known as the city marshal,whose duty it sball sooth bv a Lot formerly the property or .nee be presented at the office of the Third Auditor therein mentioned tad tuck accoutrements
BMB told him to leave tbe aesey at the Poice. 1 be. under direction of the Mayor examine I Girard Walton measuring on St.fieotre's street of the Treasury Department before the end of himself; aud.this proof should tae ink thereof on '

( led advertise the lotsr, where it was to" into and report all nuisances and all violations of[ | North and South forty two feet udthreelncber.Euhnd t{, the next session of Congres. and each must be a deposition of the who! baa contained in ;
been
fcefeeed-wbicbcooise Rae panted ; a d the city ordinances, to collect tl".timoDlagain.I, West one hundred and sixty feet and substantiated by such evidence as is hereinafter by him with person lath horse so provided

woe afterwards the proj rtr eras claimed | and prosecute under the direction of said Mayor, 'ix lather; and on the East,thirty nine feet and I designated with respect to case of the etas unI military accoaqtresi ou.In equipment,or ..
&y Mr.J. C. Ltwreace vrbo nt die boy a ,- all offences against the city, and also to discharge three inches. I derwbicbU i i,(flIl!! the<
ef the
no case caD piodaettorj evidence.irevioukly .
all
the
dntie which
to and dischar
li Lilt for bis trouble. HieHeaertbeUay !1 ped by the City Conttable.being The said are Ma I. JOSEPII MANUCY.Executor.S First Class of CastsBy -. { described, be dispensed with aalese

ae, "titlJ theard or the earcaautaeca was | sh\l and shall also be charged with and City shall die i*- July 13th 1637. 10 3ou the first sestina of the law l it i.i enacted s the impracticability producing U be clearly
so affected bv the generous eaadact vf iii charge all the duties of city and That any fiald,staff vr other officer, muuntedml proved and then the aearest aDd beat ether
14 tbatbe messenger ff.ISTOF LETTERS, &mlo, volunteer ranger or cavalry, eoga- .'ideuce.o'rwbich the be
immediately seat far bim, and clerk of the market and shallgive hit attendance caaseosy tuseepiibie t
REMAINING! in the Post Office at St.Augnstioe god in the military service of the United State be furuisbed baleen
tJ* bo the must tbete l.
a prtfcot ol a Bftadseaie snit of upon Mayor at such time u be may t.if
since the 18tb of June ISh!. or who shall hereafter
Florida, the 30th livery claimep ed
think on r natuuccoaipaa by a
deposition
estaes.ta keen op tbe4tfaef y in, as a necessary and expedient and ah.II notify be in aid service, and baa sustained slull
..Ior ys bias I meetings Council and be in attendance at June 1837. Which, if not taken tint in or ol the rite e4 tsomclariof that be baa not '
flv'wg
honesty a
; ; r 'UltaiAdamqe. without fault!
lancet such three months will lie any or negligence rtcvited from ana artiest or agent of the United
the

Ml meeting, to di-charge such otber dntiea enl to General
moo !
of the truth ef tae eld adage on hit part while in said service the
by loa ofa
State, botse or horse, '
A. as may be required of him under the orders of the Post Office as Dead Letter any equipage, arms,aeeoutiemtutc I
tt''beaesty it the.best poWcy.H Mayor and Council. hotreia battle orby the loss att bor'.wouoded i iu mule ,wagon cart boot aletfb.orJiarne .
That aaid City alirriial shall receive A. Peter Malone battle, and which bat died, or shall die of said **, [as the cavse lUll> be,]tit lien of UM
an ann n- Darius Allen 2 L. L. Morse wound or being so wounded shall be abandoned be lost
Esq. uer
al property cotDpe..li for the
any
l"At'1 19 PHILADC&TBIA. Phi I- salary or one hundred dollars, to be paid .
officer ,
by order of his and lost hall
II. P. or sustain and be if
William Allen satue. supported, practicable the -
elpMa National Gazette that there quarteily ; and shall also be, entitled to SEsame ieI by the loss of by
aaya damage horse deaUi
are parts of tba Northern Liberties ao this k- tees for tbe service of ,e.,. i i. now alto I I- II. John Patton. or abandonment in consequence any of tbe by United I. orisittal valuaiwn the list, made bjr the apprauera oftheuropeily.at
wed bylaw to Constables. Lancaster Brown, Samuel Pinsloy, Nm"+bas taken into tbe
If County States failing to sntficient. (
settled with Gnnaai, tbat a iooker-on supply crags, or because United state service.
Gee, 2, And be it furtberordained. That fine C. tat Art. A. Don Jose SistoC.
a Camp. the rider was dismounted and
eight almost deem hla1tH' is the father separated All other than the certificates of officer .
oforedoHIars! shall be imposed the said de la Penna.
hit
upon from horse,and ordered to do foot
duty on ata
aid *, wheat the time of
of marvels and motif.J giving them; were iatbemilitary
aaatapbyslea City Marshal for every neglect ofdutyregoisee d Andrew Curtis, 4tb Rm'7 station detached from bit horse, or when the settles vflbe
Unned
!aigas of tba store are ta German t h of him by the existing ordinance,or which Artillery. John f. Reed officer iu the immediate command ordered or be before d.ate.DlUIl
sworn to some Y
judge justice ol the
Bferaasd setters are Gonaaa the market hereafter be pasted. Denis &. hat&order.the hone turned out to graze in the other r
Collins ,or peraoaduW
sad See. 3. And be it further ordained That the wood peace authorized to aduiiniter
ft4e wagoners are German, and anweitaaa James CrauVm.. Simpson.C o m. prairie, orcomaaou. because the United oath and of w fetch
of little urchins la the street dis marshal before entering upon the duties of his Sates failed or shall fail to supply sufficient should authority proof
sands ia this dialect. National afairs office shall Rive bond payable to "the city of St.AugoKtine'in D. ( B. 1st Artillery. forage, aDd the loss was or shall be consequent accompany the avideace.
po the of hundred S.r l. Tho. II. W. Alexander Steele, thereof fur B. F. BUTLES,
des,a..s : penal sum two < ,or the loss of neee aary equipage i inconsequence
sasH talk are treated ia German dollars for the faithful performance of Cit dutiesaccording Dirkton. USA. 2 Coop.: II. 3d Ar t. of the loss of hi* boise a* aforesaid 8eeratuy of Wu, ad interim.
jitasjeroBsboBtes of public aatartaiament t; to Jaw* Franri Dustin George Shiverley, shall allowed and paid the value thereof JVo- Approved, January Y&. Itm.lD&tEV..ACKdUN..

3 Ttifaetiva lectores ara doH tend on week 8ee. 4 And be it further ordained nat alodinIDce.o Rev. O'Donnell., T. tided That if any pay meuthns been ur shall Be .
*, tad ort oaor aenaoaa a a flaadaya i parts ofordinanees contrary to the F. The Judge ol the made lo any one aforesaid fur the use and risk -
M. some of the .ufl olofaoat dirines true intent and meaning of this ordinance be andthe Court or for range after the death loss or abandon TaiAsva UAIT.UT.
Isaac Eltrrbrook 2d County ,
of 1M tit, an Garmaaa; liMIt thoSr taental same are hereby repealed. meat of his bola said payment shall be deducted Third Additot'atJceJwnary 26, 183'1. ,
gn h biased in.vak for the Amoricaa pbp* Passed 2Gth June, 1037. Dragoons. Mosquito. tom the value thereof, unless be aatwned or Each claimant coca have the earn, abide easy

Ales vbo boar them not There are also E. 0. COULD Mayer. P. The Tax Collector, shall satisfy, the paymaster, at the time be madeor be allowed his. oa his claim,reautted to bia' direct
vans dribs cad astoritUoai- Teat, B .Sioci. Clerk James Farnham, Mosquito. shall make the payment or thereafter show on .iairibUta to dial eacct,and aca- ,
aawspa* E Tucker in; the plus of his reaideaet | bit tf tb.
Cntnp. O. ht Art. Williba by proof that be wa money
temounted in
{J. tie is printed, bkh tta aaofoso, enabaadaat which is to be remitted or paid to other
itiUt Saltistentt O. Spanish Tow n, Esq. ease the deduction shall only ejtsad to the time any person, a ,
of
Gffia Commissary ,
2 The German : bio from
to the
pttroaafo. power orluo''l claimant da
l lIS Monsieur Gallct James ThomsodCo. be wa ou foot Andfiwided cuW, if
are asast ia eMir St. Augustine, E. F., kith Julr.lt537. any pay .ly executed and aatbeal ted should ba torI
miKtaiy appeardiseioiiBa. ment shall have been made ahall -
Thomas R. Oriir, F, htArt'y.James or hereafter be I warded with the claim.
sad &ak IWOTI.S
sad baada of made
to above
: aau- V. any person mentioned en account I
*.faM HEREBY GIVEN to the'owners of the Oooding, which To facilitate the requisite searches.aad avoid
and atroaff, ed are sod o. ofjClothtagto bs wu not entitled by la*
less Ie ifltaioriat ease l. that ia awe Cattle which were given up by the Indians, II, V.il Vivian such payment shall be deducted from the value delay in the adjustseat of tba daisse.' Meta
abali hoar asonial aaaaie at Fort Mellon and driven to tots place, thai if Richard Harvey, ', W. I of his. horse or accoutrement." claimant should name on his paper die pa,.
tks gtveoatbSah application la made to the Assistant Commissary James Horn, Csmp. Jacob Wan, I To establish claim under this provision, the master vr otber daborsief efieer*,bv wboaa ba
.PIIferio. tggaatpaaita Ira i of Subsistence,previous to the 31st of Jalyl' 837, A. let Arti ,ery. Sergi n. William.! claimant most addoea the evidence of iba officer was paid for the service of himulf,aeraa. wa* \

.J .1a Z Asa ,--Ie. wa set satisfactory proof of ownership given, the Omega L: .a son, Comp. C 4ib ; under,whose command be served when the lose goo cart team, boat. Ac.PETtJ1

eeed that aGtmao Th atfo baa' Cattle will be delivered to them. J. Latham, An',. I occurred if alive I ir if dead,then oldie next Editor HAGNER. App .
=.rted ia tba Narthora Uhtrtioa comThaGonaaa- Affidavits made by two disinterested persons, M. Scrgk 8. S. WtU. aurviviagofficers describing the property tbe the United orae..pera shish die tart of I
Wuiitar ,". giving the marks and general description of tbe William Mcfenis value the sot tba! time and manner in which the State State..published ia He seven) i
and
rr.4I1i" of Phila..lpbia It raaffattatod by CtBle, will be sufficient evidence in each e sse. ELIAS AI.LEN P. M. Iou happened, and whether or cot it was sustain therein the Territories are requested. publish .
co 1Je1acl1ltria. .abet. 1et1Hi. I 8. II. DRUM ed without any fault or asf'ligence on the claimants week foregoing role eaea a weeb far fear !

tr .tBteg eibtaRKJ of *1 .., Bf Lieut & A. C. 8. Ht Ap ... Fan Itt July, 1637. part. The evidence should also i in case UM Auditor and fui bay to seed taent stair, accoaat to the Thin ,

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.IJthlairRtr'a S le.IN Superior Court of the District AN ORDLNNACE relating the patrol of the saU city, paiujtp! as abuse pto?Me<: again .t\ n ORDINANCE
provWi8gfurlU
VIRTUE cf an ruder alibi Judge of the Cit) Ir SI.Aululline. every such deliuuueut,requiring him to>> appear meat aTreasurer forjih. ofStS''ItII" '
.. Court for the County of Mosquito. of East Florida. Wbereaahia necessary and "fexpedientfotthe & before the said Mayor stanch time at bo shall e' cuj

r I will offer for tale. at public auction in the city of PETITION TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE. good government oftho City of rl. Augustine designate cllhew Muse, if toy be has or can See I. .Y ordsiaad
8t Attgestint,on the first Monday of June nest /'the safety of the inhabitants thereof "the sheer why a fine houid not be assessed against -- /&AI CttirsAMgZSi. Corey.

all the piece or parcel of Land containing WO THOMAS C. RocxnitL, and others .particularly preservation of the public morals,'*'-and the prevention '* him, and tbe return of the said commandant shall be. appoint.* ,amraatljr by clue aaMftJ e

j ores more or less,being the southern part of a named in the petition. offences against the Public peace be enlaci.atpriau Jacis evidence afraid djiufqueue Aldermen a Treasurer. for the said J? w
that a tegular and efficient patrol be established /: w before .
tract offend containing 1500 acres, originally the !&Lrof
'
L" granted to A morose Hoi I by the Spanish Gut.f' $* rersusDrat FtKISCUNAff.MOTICE therein by the Alayor and Aldermen of said city. flee. 12. Be it further ordained That if the hi- office, :.Saliva a .Umdlafu. ?

erueiem situated near New Smyrna: in the that Wbeieforo it is hereby ordained by the said person so appointed to command said patrol, eone tboesaad dollar with.. E?.
IS IIEKEDGIVEN.
con.
3Iaur&1d Aldermen,That every white male shall neglect refuse to perform or otUhe and snffickftt ar
surer
County of Mosquito, inwbat was known u any y or sure tare i2
'\ Turnb uli'west ,to the act (the LtypirlatireCoun inhabitant of wd city, over sixteen,and not exceeding duties required<< of him by this act he shall on aDI I by the said Mayor and Aldermen, to be ,.

swamp.ALSO, I I alto!this Territory, approved J lib December sixty years: of Die shall be liable to do viclioataefuro the said Mayor, be fined in any for the faithful performance of tfeot __.

AH that parcel of Land,containing |$24.. entitled "an act to regulate tin foreclosureof aid rol duty,therein. um not less than fire dollars: nor more than Sea 2. llr S farther rittfeu*
piece or I
lea being the southern Alongsges. by the courts of Common Law of Sec.it. D.further ordained,That the mayorof twenty dollars; and stray other member of said which have heretofore a4
2W part "
ac.rs, more or Territory,and for other purposes, a petition Aid City shall cause every such white male |patrol (who shall have been notified in manner hereafter be coHe beeacolleeta4"
also Am for
of Land to -
v granted may tbe
t or br.portion... Jlull era, tract UK acres, situated at of the plaintiffs In the above cause, has been duly inhabitant to be enrolled for such duty,and that i aforesaid) shall neglect or refuse to jrfona all, ,4&of the laid c4tysaall be paid ovwri lie ...
contaiuing filed in the Clerk's Office of the Superior Court said authorized and I i ....
.s County, and bounded .I/orbe required to cause New
Smyrna Mosquito fur this district to be held iulai.. of St. Augustine
city not less tha ten of the said white male iDhabitant. shall
of I it act or misbehave.lhnulf or disobey any
-' tbe Estate
-; ,. e. tfet North by land belonging to : in which said petition the tenements See.3. Jaeitjart+nerd iued. TIaa&
Dunham dec. having for i its southernbuuudu to be detailed for each and every night to' Mary the southern, boundary line of the said mortgaged by th..td defendant to the said plaintiffs perform patrol duty within the l limits o sa'city.. i! i of his squad. be shall on conviction u aforeard rom the Treasury tosa t..
ce on appropriations made
and setfortb. Tho pt
described -OJ
Hitliboroiigbnver. I ,are particularly Sec. 3. Be it further ordained that the said be hued in.IOY.UID not let than two by the M.,
the
of Icre.lnd fronting -
Aldermen aforesaid
tract ISO ou x and that
is dated the lUtb Ootober 1039 J and all %
mortgage mayor shall appoint some suitable person from dollars nor more than ten dollars: and for the ordtri !
of >0
made liable foreclosure after the lapse ol seven payment money by die aLl Tra
t D. A. pJTKAIf.| \ to among those thus detailed,to command the same non payment of any such fine and the costs ef be die
yean from the 26th September 1 ;2U. The for the time .. the taken signed by aid mayor, and .
Adui'r Eat. A..Uuh. being,who stall be obeyed and respected prosecution, defendant may be and by the Cler of the Board.
Mlreb 837.Superior property mortgaged is as follows i- accordingly, and laid Mayor shall furnish committed to prison until said fine and costs shall Sec.4.Btitarrba. c

."d. I That crelain.bonse and lot off round Iyio'ind him with a'list of the mea wnp compose his patrolat be paid, unless be shall be sooner discharged by tbe duty or laid Treasurer errfeiae/t That It .j, .
to ?
being tbe city of St. Augustine, in Hospital lean twenty four hears b fore the time when order of the said Mayor and Aldermen or exec render. h
SouthernDistrict of all
< Court- II Ward fronting on the street formerly known aa the said patrol shall 6e required! to meet who tion may be issued and the amount of the judgment quarterly bands Treasurer moneys which sbaUcocMi.!*?k I

of Florida. < Royal street, now called Charlotte street, bounded shall cause his men to be duly notified, at least levied and made of the goods and chattels Sec.5.as He u aforesaid. t
in front, on the west by said street, and in twelve hours before tie said time of the defendant. Provided that where the ii/arifor onUiMtd, 'Thtt .
i pen
Treasurer *
shall
\ IN CHANCERY, the rear, on the east, by a lot belonging to the Sec. it further ordained that the is this be allowed two aiadakSf
4. Be alty whipping
by
act :
person presented againstany
Wra Marvin vs., John M. Fontane, Frances Hulbert the north Tot I cent upon all moneys received iS*
late Daniel s on by a now by &.
)
said shall have slave tree
appointed to command patrol, negio, mulatto or other colored *
\V.IlaceU., E. Wallace and a half cent allMaa&b'.r'
DMespineSopbrn Juan Jose per upon
late to
belonging and .
or Bosquet, on to keep the men under his command in pencil, the sentence be commuted, on the
power may
Ma. him full
Euuline Delespine, as a f Barrier1
Frances Oeieipine, compensation lor his
south
tbo by property lately belonging to the order and them demean themselves era fine of than dollars
less
to to
tilde Delcs inc. Henry Delespine, Joseph heirs of Christotvu Uravo dnel the good cause payment not .two nor I'....d December 5, 1836. *
r Deles- ) now property properly during their term of service, and more than twenty dollars, together with the
I Delespine, Josephine Archibald Delespine Clark Alary,Michael aft! e heir of Samir\ Cook,containing, in front that it stall be bis duty to do so cal that he may costs of prosecution. And provided also, that Tes BERNARDO E- B. GOULD' U,.*
,
John
Lazarus nine Drysdale Street., Or rear,twer/iy Spanish varas.and on each side i divide them into as many squads ube may deem said mayor shall not be entitled: to any costs in FEGUI.Clerk s

\ ,Timothy AFFIDAVITthat I I eve&ocn; and a half Spanish varas. expedient, and to appoint some member of each prosecutions commenced under this act,but that "
T APPEARING: kFROM lot of land and house thereon, in tbe Bd7..60lt.N.t
Also, that squad to command esumewbnrhallbeobeyed all such costs as be would be entitled to charges
all the above named defendants except 1. 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 COMMISURT Orncx. STJFvuxcu Baal
Henry Deletnine, reside witbouttbe :Southern' on the north,by the lot belonging to the late and it snail be his dutyto preserve order amongst paid into the Treasury the eof. pL St. Anputimt. E. r. Mfnk w!k tat_ I

4 udiciil District of Florida and tint they all re Col. J. G. Forbes; on the South,by UarrackSt. the.men under hi. f+n.......aA. .. .JM.JI...|,-;.tt see. 13. ire it further oraained, That any person T made lonOwing to coracnuoicaUoa i .ti
ide witfitn .the. Eastern Q'isuict except the three I.S I....,. t...-- .. w A-ul furnished with a list of bis men,by the commandant liable to do patrol duty by virtue of this act, of me bjjthe General Co 01q'
Ibe
last named,whure&de wittun the United States, ProctorTiiii/oii the west byljeorge's Street, of the patrol give them the requisite notice may relieve hiuitelf therefrom by furnishing an east St.Johns,and b pub<ed fora!.

f' but out of the Territory and thai the bill in the, measuring, north and south, nineteen rasa and of the time ofmee ng. able bodied substitute,but such person shall be formation of those concern .

sages b Ile.-Oa JuD: that the said defendants two feetand east and west. ;weDtl aiDe varas, Seer 6. Be it further ordained, that the said liable fur any neglect or refusal of bis substitute, J. F.KENNEDY.

,except the U.t three named, appear and the said house and lot, being lube date of said patrol! shall, (unless otherwise directed by tbe to discharge all or any of his duties, and for ev \ Lieut and ASSL Coo,"S.A.'T 1

answer said bill within two months after the mortgage,occupied by the family ofTjeorge Anderson said Major and Aldermen.)meet at 8 o'clock. P. cry disobedience of orders or act of disorderly

first paWieation of this order.and that the three Esq. Al. at the City Council room,which shall be their conduct of such substitute, u though be bimsell AW'T. GcitsuL's Orr' x'

last us wed defendants appear and nawer the Also,that certain tract or lot or"onad in thecil head qustters, and where that portion of the patrol was guilty thereof and the said substitue shall & Aa d sstiat. Men'14,Iq

said b1! witbin four mouths after the first pnbticatkm f of 8t. ADlu.tine.known by the name of w may not for the time being be on active also be liable tberefur to the same penalties as lax. SIR,-The Commanding teuehtbr. '
of this order, otherwise the raid bill bo token Southern lot, bounded on the west, by Carlota dutyshall remain during the night; and that said principal. ceived instiuetions from MsiorCeBtr.fi1in ."

fns....cCIH. street'! on the north,by a lot,called central lot;on patrol shall remain on duty until broad daylight Sec.14. Be further ordaiuedThatthe said relation to the delivery of ratSI, free
I And His further ordered thil; this order be the east by the water of the harbor and on the on the next morniD,. Alayor,may with the advice and consent of the the' public stores, to the nofortBaata ""-

,nblis&et eaee a week iu the" Florida Herald, south by a small alley or lane,measuring in fronton Sect 6. Be it further ordained; that the commandant said Aldermen. for good cause sAac,remit all or ers by Indian depredatious. directs me fa. ..

*ubtistod in St. Attgostioe.for four consecutiyersonths. Carlota street seventy three feet, and' n of the patrol shall on meeting, divide any part of said fines and penalties, or excuse you will be governed by them i in yet r__.*.

depth, four hundred and fifty feet, down to low the same,as near as may be convenient into tee any person from the perlormauce of patrol I sues derstood at this IKMI. These in insf ruction; 11 a.
art given
Dated, DeeenAer7ta, 183G. water mark. equallartiel, one of which shall be placed on ae duty or dispense with tbe patrol altogether, i if eoasegtteoceatsis lose
'AMESVEDD, Jai", And also, all that certain lot of ground,in Hospital tie duty until one o'clock A. Al., and the other the military authorities shall take such measures been represented Major General JgJ, f\\

1 A Co" wad city of St.Augustine,bounded ou thewest shall remain at aid council room subject to the as in their opinion to render it uuneessary great, abu.es.bod beeu .p each traJ in UM seas'NM

A. A..M.JACKIOM, Clerk. in fronton Charlotte street on the south order of the commandant of said patrol, when and that this ordinance shall always rations at Post Heileman.CuufwruiaMy .

by a lot and premises occupied(at the date of the they shall relieve the party on active duty receive a .liberal. construction, but the first and to there instructions lied
A.LL PERSONS having demands againut l mortgage,) by William Levingston, on the north who on being relieved .ball repair of second sections thereof shall not bo construed wish bold rations from
estate George F.Clarke,deceased, by a narrow(aD.whicla.eparate. from the like, lit. lac.t ketpltg g awing tttotfuUwtf.
proper said room and remain there subject or to extend to any person who may have been mustered
will present them without delay. Debts and I the date of the ,owned aDd occupied S J, titaca.crs v/PI tll461iiA-.u.
I ty,at mortgage der, until discharged horde morning, and,it shall into the military service fthe United States.
demands whatsoever nature against; the! e.tateI by tbe said Dirk FleUchman ; and on tho be the daty of the officer, who shall be in command or of this Territory, until he shall have been dis :3 .f said deeedant not exhibited within two years, IwodJ the Jest.cud.
cast byAlatauza river. at said room, to cause a light to be kept charge from such service;
u required by law, will forever afterwards be And also, all that lot of ground,in said city of constantly: burning there, and to Lake charge, Sec. 15. Ue it further ordained. That all ordi- 4th. Laborers vrtfmiMg idlattt to UJTniI

barred. St. Augustine bounded fronting east, on St. and keep safely! any negroes mulct toes, or other nanccsanil parts ordinances heretofore in force prbtic nit,at tat RNJ ira:t j., 'crcd.

Demands against the said filed estate with,blears may id Dunglusaad my George Street, ten Spanish cane,and in dcptbron coloured persons,and all dilOrde rl) persons,who in this city,1 relating to patrols to |*mrul duty Iu cases white iu obedience to them taunt

absence from the city JOHN,be M.FO TANE. six tens, bounded on the north by the may be arrested and brought there by any of said be and the same ore hereby repealed', aud that lions you may de=cua itlJrulJCl to with kcUnW..
Ltvy, ; and lot of Juan south
house Gianoply, by the rrODI
patrol. this ordinance shall be in force trout and after i its chars who have heretofore reeeivtd attar
F _I.- 'Kxecntor. house of Antonio flays, east by St. George'sStreet Sec.7. Be it further ordained,that said; patrol passage. WEEDON:: ; Mayor.Pased yon will inform the patties, that,Joni deei. *.

: v. City Taxes tor 1837.flHK ,and west by the house'and lot of Antonio shall hire power,and the, are hereby authorizedto June23J. 183G I u that respect may, in the event; !ittij....
... Pens, deceased. into house vessel orboat isfaction
therewith
N enter any disorderly lea: appealed fiooi
I LNDEiltilGNED; hereby notifies all And also, all that lot ground in the said city where believe that t, ds
= they shall have reason to any Ordinance commanding General or in hit absence tb
JL coucernetf that he baa commenced recei. City *
of St. Augustine bounded as follows .-On the! slave ajaves harboured trafficked dealt andintotlicerbeta. cam
or are or m
ting the City 'axes, for the current year (1837) south the north lot of the An ORDINANCE requiring lh. diaining; o
by an alley, on by a with,whether same way be occupied by white I am further.directed to require that
the firsts Sanchez Creek.
and will continue to receive them until Maria matt
heira Mateo Geradarrama tbeeast lot
,on by a
or others, and to apprehend alldisorderlypersons from time to time
.( next afar which period die City.Ordi- persons De it ordained by the Aldermen of repent to thecviiniuib&ff*.
July t Mayor
I of the heirs of Andreas Hemenos and on the : who be found therein and take them real the of such
will be.enforced nll'U defaulters. He may the of fit Augustine That owning nature persons, as ta
r siauce ,& west by a lot of the estate of Michael Crosby to laid room and detain them there until they City : prisons Jcr ihi order exclude Irom ion MJ
notifies tb who have neglect lots bordcriug'upon or through which the said rervuini flbull.
further ae persons measuring front cast and west, fifty seven a nd can be taken before the said and that tbe I .
mayor tm
make return of their stock in trade, creek called Maria Sanchez creek within the
" ed to the half feet,and depth south and north,sixty feet commandant of said patrol orof the arresting ,
and of their negroes,in accordance with the Ci1 more 01 less. such slave slaves person limits of said city, may ruu, shall open the saneopposite e Very rrspecifnlly,
Ordnance that be.wUlextsud the time until or or disorderly person to or their respective lots so that Your obd'L serv't.,
t ,
And also, a certain tract of land containing shall upon
tho said the
to
which the books will bet or persons report Mayor, lie I bo draiaed! and if oiU (Signed) D. GRldU'OI.D),
the.loth inst.,on day, four hundred and four acres, situ under oath the of their same may properly ,
the fine will be next morning cause cap] such shall after due notice from the A" Adj't <*en. Att' .
and imposed.
closed ated in the County pi. St. Johns Teriito ry turo and detention;and it shall be the duty ofsaid I person saa"or B''I MaL.
Tfeose arrears for City Taxes,or tor rent o alorwaid, on the Eaat side of 8 t. George's Lake Mayor to examidb tbo char>tos "!! '! :iiCuagains: i !:: auu Council. neglect to da so, it.hUlli ( a To Lieut.J, F. Kc.tsxpv. A. C. d,
City feu or houses,tie requested to come /or. hi the of the first line I I tnl lje Furl AZanon.
now cconty Mosquito ; all snrj!! slaves disorderly and duty | ;:;w sacs J ur and Council to cans e
ward and pay tbein,to prevent fu.tber expense running north, thirty!: : east: sixty chains: from a I YicUCrt( ; or Persons op co;, the limo to be opened as aforesaid nl the propercost -
: wpahuhthemdwhrto fine AN ORDINANCE
in the pettonsby a
He be.found at bis office Court toanifrud an OrUiouo
may the such
of of
second and
to a pica tree charges owner or owners
cypress ; ImQSviiuifevcntyeast
> 11oua,Prow i)to 12 and from 3 to& o clock dat* not exceeding five dollars each nor less than two entitled 'au ordinance to reguUu aLe 1UOdt.1
thirteen lots the said and be
,to a glue t third line uutth sixty I dollars each lot or costs charges to recuvred -
or by imprisonment not less thaw and
grunting licences
issuing
11. fur tl,
four east. fifty, to a pine;fourth lino south fifty twelve nor wore tlautbtrty six hours or to commit of such owner or owners b) an action ofa.umf'it of snirititous, vinuusi reta&t
GEO. L.I'UILLlPS, aud other
west,sixty to a..alb. sixth line funned and boiin. before the raid Mayor ui .ucbjuJfe iotoxka&t
I any
Asstsstr and Tax Collector. ded by said lake or c.M.KiiUio recognize them to apiear before tbo Superior peace residing lu said city, together |HII'',', Miiuiu .be.{.11 of rtu Augustine i2
neat urul incrcul to answer said fur other "
8t.AurawDI.:lud Jllnlt, tact? TIM aforesaid aforesaid with thereon.tfcc. I purjioics.! p
tenements mortgaged as fifiy per cent damage*
charge,and slaves,
mubttoes
I ,are subject to a previous assignment made other coloured frcouegroestud ::. Ue it further ojdaincdThat: if the own, I B" it oid'mtd by the 3Iajoraiid ALVraearf
or them be
Sssesser's If Tax Collector'9sJVOTICE. persons to cause to I ih. City afuresuk! that it shall
by tho said Disk Ficsshmaadated IStli October punished by not nine i ei or owners of any such lot or lots 1""Ulae nonresidents not be lawfulj
whipping exceeding thirty
J& to his trustees Davis Floyd, Edward It. stripes upon lea or her baro back,and any house having na agent in said city er if bavin; I.I other any dealers iuauy; vinuu*. rpirnuoM*. ntaJt w

liable to pay Taxes for the year Uib.onViII 4m II. Simmons and Geo. Gibbs, whcro spiritous, vinous, or other intoxicating liquors such agent the said agent shall refuse to comply intoxicating liquors by for bottle !qaarlM
PERSONS with a City Ordinance .1 all of whom then resided in the city of St. Augustine may bo retailed, or any other trading ol with the provisions contained in the first claus house in any larger quautiiy to be drank in tau of ko

passed on the DIll March 1833, and with an ordinance .I < intent for the benefit oftho creditors of traffic may be carried oar in which slave hal of the foregoiag section then it shall be !lawful I or shop, or in upon or about Us er anprnuL

in amendment thereof published in the the said Dirk Fleishman for debts duo ou the bo found &during the night season, any without writ- fur the said Afjyor} and council to cause the said 1 s.or to permit any such vinous,spiritsous

Herald on the 3d iast. are required to make re- date ofsaid assigumeut. and after the payment ten authority from his or her master mistress, creek to be uponedand properly dn ned through malt or other tatosicutiug Uquo/t f.Utku

turusto tuo according to Law,un or before the of the same,the surplus amount'of tho said property overseer or employer, or inthichany slave or such lot or lots and to sell sn much thereof at drunk under a pen iitj, (its white or free cstor{

fiut of June next ate'office in the Court Jloaaotill"eta assigned u aforesaid, wn to Ito to the I slaves, free negroes or mulatoes, or other colored nubile auction; tote highest bidder' ,ou after giv I cd person oftwenty dollars fur.every e&sct,

the bouts of tt and 12 in the morning.The mortgages aforesaid if any amount: should bo I porsons! shall at any time be fouud loitering or in lug thirty days notice of such sale in some public *,j: to be recownd before the Mayor' of.aid cdf,sr
law will be enforced against all'defaulters.GIO. due tot em. which any breach of the : shall take place newspaper printed in said city;as will bo sufficient any Justice of the Peace residing therein; w
; L. 1'iiiLurs, Tho following tenements are included iu the or wh<-ncycr white peace to pay: the costs and charges of opening half to the use of the said city and the otter&t
Assessor& Tax Collector laid mortgage, and which are not subject to the shall: be found any associating person driiikjng or person& or persons and draining together with fifty per cent tuereoii to the.., of any pers.'n. who mar sue sadrecover

St. Augustine, lUthMay, Ib37. said luinmento wit with negroes, mulattoes or other colored gambling and all costs : provided al\\"za* that the owner the said -euahy.| and if a sUfe, ttetj

AU that certaiujhouso and lot of ground,in said persous or where any betting or gambling for or owners of any lot or lots so sold or any pan back"inetripes, to oe inUictcd upon his or tor to

Notice.TO City of St. Augustine bounded North and East money, or any other thing, shall take pfe, ta or portion tlltreurmll: redeem the< same bvjpay- such upon Justice conviction before the said )f1-1ft'

ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, by lots belonging to Brigada Gomez; south by a either in the day time, or night season mug to the purchaser: or purchasers any tune any Passed iu of the Peace.
especially the Creditors, Heirs, Legatees lot belonging to the heirs of Antonio Mien and shall be dee nod and taken to be a disorderly within IneUe mouths after such sale the full I Council.30th March. 1 37.
west by Charlotte street. And Abo all house the intent of this amount of the purchase together with 1:. D. GOULD Major.
and all others interested iu the E'tate the within\ act and the license money Test. D. S EG UI Clerk.
of CAROLINE EUZA MclIARDY. dcc'd orl certain tract ofland situated in the county ethos for keeping the same may for either ofsaid causes one hundred per cent thereon and all costs aid j ,

Tbe subscriber administrator; of said Otjte, quito. iu the Territory of Florida in what is cal be revokcdjaad rendered entirely will and void, subsequent expenses which the said purchaser -

tauds-to. apply to the Judge of the County Court led MclJouaJl'. Black Swamp, and bounded s and any whits person thus found apreciating; drinking or purchasers hue incurred by owning{ Superior Court-East Florida.AT .
follcws;beginning at the pine ma.kedV Y Al with and draining such lot or lots together with the
for the County of St.Johns tae-session of said t belting or quarrelling any negro mulatto CJ/J.VC Jir.
first line runs south, thirty five degrees east other colored who shall addition of one hundred cent such ex
Court to be bolden at the city of St. Angu"tine or person be deemed per upon Peter Mitcbel, 1
in said Couaty on the second Monday of October measuring one hundred and fifty four chains, a disorderly person within the intent and meaning pen I". VS. \l! _P.l.lr.7lrl__
next,for a dtscJisrje from hu administratorship twelve links,to another pine, with the sure of this act and shall be treated accordingly. Passed in Council 20th 3Iareh. 1S37. N'tb..miahDru.&otbtn.. y-- .n '

of Aid estate and;will then and there mark or letters; second line runs north sixty Sec. 8. We'll further ordained, That it shall E. U. GOULD, Mayer.Test. l1 f Motion of the CouipbinanU S.ieeitorud.
presen four degrees east,measuring one hundred and he the duty of the D. SEGUf. Clerk. O it
bis accounts with said estate atkd vouchers, andntaxe mayor on complaint made having been teen mad to appear ty
a final settlement of the"ine. fitly four chains and twelve links, bounding on before him or whene'er he may have reason to be UBLIC NOTICE is that'Mrs.Atta affidavit,that''ereArredoudo..and Loam a l land
hereby given,
WILLIAM II. \VILLI"US.Adm' the lands (tormerlyof) Don Robert McHardy, lieve that any person or persons have violated P Mayor: widow of Thompson Tesata Fatio(infants, Eliza: )Icla....Betry .
to a tree, notched pine; thence the third line any of the provision of tbe latter clause of the R Sadler. Catherine Sadler 11.I Me
,of C. E, Mcliard;dec. north five Mason,late of Augustine,dec. and JOSKTH ; John
runs ,thirty degrees weatone hundredand
Jlarch 7 1837. next pecedlal.cction of this act to issue his Intosb Eliza. 0. ClUieb. John 11. M0Intosh '
45 'w. process
; four chains twelve liuks L. SMITH, will both or either of them, at the ,
fifty
.t to with
a forthwith
pine in the of
._._ name the city of St. Clinch, Mary L. Clinch Dnnoa
four notches thence with lands of end of six weeks from this date, apply to the
; the Don
i Uo
Augustine directed to constable in said L Clinch Jr.
any Henry A. Caftsras
city
Clinch
t Jt"O".l' CB.BOOKS tavius Mitcj, IhefoarthI; I nernns south sixty; requiring such person or persons to appear be. ofSt.lion. Judge Johns,of for the let lets County of administration Court for the County on th Clinch! Nicholas 0. Clinch, George Al. C......

OF aUUtfCUHTION to the Vegreelwest) one hundred and fifty four fore the ways and aldermen at such time as tbe said i eight last Infants,Joseph Lawton, Daniel .J.Ai
Estatoof the Thomson 3lu
stock of its east and south Flor chains and twelve links,to the beginning containing laid mayor..... designate to show cause why n. I Clarke,portion of the defendants in the apse
JOS. L. SMITH, for himself
ida Canal company will be Monday tbe by suivey,two thousand three hundred his her their icenee
open on or should not be revoked and I reside aad
first day of a v M next in this city at the office and seventy five acres ofland,be the same more pronounced null and void and the said mayor And as Attorncvfr A.NN MASON. nm in oU ort Tcritrl. .

of Geo. L. PbiUips t sqr. at the Uovernman or Ie... shall also issui all subpeonaa which may be ael'ceull7 Nor. 3rd, 1836ZEPlIANIAIl West In ies t. Unit 8tt some sakl
Hoes They will be cottnued for And Also, AH that certain tract of land ORDEREDt"
open, twelve containing on behalf of said city or wished on bebalof KINGSLEY. one or the absent defendants do wd
mouths* one thousand and seventy five acres, sit the defendant
or defendants.
JOSEPHS. SANCHEZ, uate in the county of St, Johns, in be Territory Sec. 8. lie further ordained.That it shall John Fruer.decd. haYialadju.tedthe Executors of the Estate accounts of the Complainants 80th day of bill September of Complaint next,, 0".

JOHNW.FONTANE.! aforesaid,at the place called..lackVri&bt'., near be tbe duty ofsaid patrol and of each member Aid bill will 1 be .
with the
heirs and of said against
the river St.Johns assigns estate, hereby t./I .
JOHN M. HANSON. ,and bounded north by Trout thereof to arrest all slaves free negroes mulat- dives not ce. that immediately after the And it is further lk'D" this eider be
WILEIAU LEVINOSTON. Creek;sou tbjby; Picolata Creek est lands of aud expire orem
; by
toes other
colored
who fished
persons may be Lion of six months from the date hereof, be will once a wek the said 2tho diytf
CHARLES DOWNING. b'uid Dr. T. Travers river. or formerly his lands;and west found in the streets after the!hour of Nino o'clock apply to the lion. Ibe Judge of the County September next the Florida Herald. Vatsd

Coanaissiesiers.WILL P. Al without a pass from some white person Court of St.Johns County for a full and final at St.Augnstlne this 1 Jth day of March 18.JOBT.IYIOND
All which the aforesaid prot'ert1lnd premises duly lutborize to give it and to take them to settlement of nil accounts with said Estate and REID. .

XTICE. from the beginning of this notice, ware mortgaged their respective homes owners employers or or bis.discharge as such Cxecuior. ,D st. E. ..
BE SOLD on the 3d! Monday I in aa aforesaid to secure the due payment of I to detain them until die next morning and report Z. KINGSLEY Copy Attest, DUP

"neat, at the Court House in the certain debts due from the said Dirk Fleischmau. them to tbe said mayor.Sec. I Augustine.25th June, 1836. K. B. CIBB8, CI.rL _
City of St. Augustine.. SIX HUNDRED AND tn the aforesaid petitioners, amounting in the IU. lie it furiier ordained that it shall be L' _
NINETY ACRES OF LAND, belonging to whole,together with lawful interest thereon up the duty of the commandant of said patrol to BANK NOTICE
the Estate flacon Bares late f to the: or all I such directions FLORIDA HEKAL,
South Carolina 26tbdny September, 1630, 813,370, obey of said mayor aa may Subscribers to the Capial stock of tbe
,deed.-situated in St.Johns Countyabout 4IOUihs, at any time be given him for the conduct of said THE .OBIISUD
ei,bt. miles south of said city,and en the westvide The said Dirk Fleischman now resides oo- patrol not inconsisteet with this or any other of Jacksonville to be located at Jackare EVERY WEDNESDJr
notified the first of
of Mataaxaa River bciag a part of tbe yond the limits of jurisdiction. of this Court, law in the Territory Florida. hereby that instalment

tiact of790 sores,formerly owned by Don Pe that is to say,without the Territory of Florida ttec 11. Be it further ordained, That it shall. Twenty vepercent.most be paid in on or be. 3 s m.
dro Miranda a old and a suit has this been iu the be the of the commandant ore the twentieth day of April next,and the ae* aOI
i by order of the Hen. EUas day brought Superior duty of the patrol to cond instalment of five be .
B. Gould, Judge of tbe Court for this District to be held in make in twenty per cent,must AT
County Court, satisfy the a report writing,to the said Mayor,with in FIVE' DOLLARS
in before ANNUM
the twentieth PER
the dabtaat.t.d Eatate. City of St. Augustine, and on the second Mon in nine hours after he shall have dismissed his paid specie on or day
+aCHARLES DOWNING Adm'r. day of March next at the regular tern of the patrol,stating therein the naaie of every member of May,to be paid to Isaiah D. Hart at Jacksonville PAYABLE HALT 11 15 ADYU
St. said Court application will be who shall have failed ,or to Wm. Rider at his office, No.2, Hanover
ABgnttiye;May J89th. 1637.JVQTMCB. made,on the part neglected, or refused to ,
of the said petitioners for judgment of foreclosure peiform bit duty,as required. by this act,or who Street, New\VN.J.IULLS York. nee ADY&&TIIZ'Isrtea'O. ;
of the said ,and such shall have beth of fyty
mortgage legal procee guilty any disobedience or M.K. P Iquar a .
PINCK8TON .
: dings aa may be required to sell the slid proper. disorderly conduct white under his command, for ,subsequent L
WM. RIDER
absence Irotn this !territory o
DURING. 1 Esq win act as ty mortgaged for the benefit of the mortgages.. stating particularly what duty wu neglected STEPHEN EDDY, sir advertisements Jo proportio* * my agen
JOHN refused be
sad alto pNYV.M BARCAL 1 RODMAN, to performed and the misconduct or ISAIAH D.HART one will/be considered less tsuui a ? *<

If. AU"8',June 18, 1837. septa tfta, 1196-Any far the Petitioners. disobedience been faiUyi and of which shall any be the memier
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