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Florida herald
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 Material Information
Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1837
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities: Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note: Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02261128
notis - AKP5523
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System ID: UF00079917:00113
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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-.--- the with the of Ueauty were floating Fatal Efcets of hating a Gttlem&* i
We tinged pencil
efll7'll.'Tle. ten days notice in writing to tho parties MIDNIGHT REVCLLCU.: copy m ?
8' party owning the same or to his, her, ur I following; article from the Mobile! Register.: far, like rainbow in a motion, as If at lim" Thelunbappy Sear T..... was tcOI:1icted

their agent to apply to the Jud o of the Is there on earth so grand a spectacle broken from their confinement ; now mil:,. of having staid away fcfider tike I ;

t tt'rouul) court, or the Judge of tho Superior to tbe discriminating eye .s a collection, liog and interlacing their dyes and glittering pretences and moreover coafestfd tbat t f

t Court for 0 n fit ol ad quod daiminm, ivbirhtliHll say of six or eight young; men and boys-all arctic, and auonsprinkled over, and owl* she bad forgotten her profs iw taw :

s+ f fs b. granted aud directed to the hcriil! respectable of course-reeling and scream' low in.: tho whole heaven ; then I have fancied ben patient to address her Ia tba tea*.

or innrtliull; cominandfug him to summou I'I big through the streets in the quiet of, the that I was indeed iu a'fair1lantl, where Sutgo of a lorer. Her pusisbami wa : I

'five liiintcrritcd pcr,onijlieiiig householders evening; or at the hushed uud solemn hour the very forest danced in golden robes, res. She was takes back 10 tee eaa* I ,

', of lawful age. tu meet Dud vUua said property of midnight most gloridnsly (not drunk I nonding; to the setting sun as the statue of vent and deprived of food for several da,.. t

t on oath, which may bo odminittered thu's: too vulgar: a term) merry ? What airs tabled Memnon gfve forth its welcoming Then, after being severalscourged mm !

by the Judge of the county court, or Justice of consequence-it throws around the notes n the rays of tho morning played upon rods, her nnn'e habit was stripped a&T
of the force and the inquest and valuation '' ling of sixteen, in tho estimation of aged lriP-1 its summit. I have: bean where the dog. aad with nothing but a sit 19 prefim bar t.

::::.: _' -- -..>It thus made shall do returned to the court, issuing i I i thers and mothers ; in the jndgmcuj cf stir: rages, scattering pestilence in its train ; from the inclemency of tb.wai89r,aba wee ,

LAWS OF Till: LEGISLATIVE said: writ and it. shall ho lawful fur ticrcot! and temperate( ; ; tu see him career. where tho Ions moss bangs from tho trees ; turned out of the convent at midnight- MIl

COUNCIL t OP TUB TKRKf. aid company, upon paying the vain itiuti in the madness mind impetuosity of intoxication where the pale faces aud sad countenance, left l ia the street. Poor Tears**..w aa severheard ItI

TORY OF FLORIDA. thus ascertained, to cuter upon aud uso any through; the nveuucs of tin city and give admonition that this is a reionofdeath. I of more. .It is thought that the disgrace ,.
I I have stood by tbo wide prairie, and beheld *if expulsion-, added to all that aba
I such land timber, stone nud other materials and breaking: : the scaled and sacred silcnro
IB Act to amend au Act emitted an Act to pruwrdcd, crthcless that the said : of the midnight; hour with his delirious howlings the green billows rise and fall and the had\ suffered, *o affected her mind. that. aba f

;.'corporate a company to be called the- company in all cases shall pay the expenses What comforting reflections it must I undulations, chequered with sunlight and. either died oflbo. consequences of put aa ,

la Andrews aDd Cbipola Caual Compa- I aud cost uhicli may accrue by reason: of I awaken in the bosum of a parent, to think I nrd shadow< chasing one after the other, afar end to herself A Sunaur Germany. :

said writ, "*f ad quoil damuum. that it may be a child on whom the tenderness over the wide; expanse. And 1 have gone
Be ji%it enacted by the Governor and Le&is- t Sec. ;. Uo it further enacted That all of u mother's nlfectiou, tbo counsels uf, amid the storms of winter, over the bigi (bill It The Proof of tie Pudding u i Eating."
of the of "lorWI I upon the loud cracking crust amid tho music The following singular: mode of deciding a I
tain Council Territory property so assessed and puid 1 for b) said a father1 love may Invo been lavished around I
That tbo name and style of the St. An. company ngrecallo to thopiovisions of said whose fortunes the hopes of their waning -i of the werr1.lci h bolls. ,And here are the disputed: fact (which, if adopted by our tiu- I

*tVi sad Cbipola Canal Company shall) act, shall belong and become tho property : years have clustered who is raviug thus representatives from all these regions-here perior Courts to much ,special pieadiog)
said in ono grand council-all speaking one lan took place at the Caister Court. On Men .
I cht&ged; and that company shall of said company so long ns they shall housed recklessly under tho bewildering charm of
from* and after the passage ol this act ho'' fur the of said Caucljor Rail the wine cup Jud'h"t dear consolation guagc--all impelled by one law Oh, my day John Thompson sued Joe Fletcher for ,

too* by the name and style of the St. llouJ. purposes it must nflunl those errant revellers, iu the I, Country, my Country If our destiny be tbj' price of two hitches of bacon-plea,

and Hail Road Com sober hour think how always linked at one-if the name flag with tint the bacon wa had and not e.table.- .
Andrew aud Cbipola Sec. (i. lie it further enacted, That the to effectively: they
and their successors shall be and re* nares of stock shall bo taken considered unsettled tho repoio of Ibo city ; what con its glorious stars add stripes is always the : After long aiguiaeut tbe Commissioners
tHj flag of our UtlCu-uoyor unfurled or defen- came to a decision that the t).tou. should be "
cod the their
ella a body politic corporate by and held in law: as real estate, and may be stcrnation, s tnt aversion tu wanton
0HRV and style aforesaid, and by that name sold aud transferred on the books of the and witless .clamor they awakened in their bed but by FAKKUE*-then Poetry and Prophecy boiled and brought before them for task

t tfciflbavc.eacrcue.nse.posHew.and, & company, or assigned or bequeathed by the march ; how their yells str.rted tho rick and stretching to their utmost, cannot judgment. Iu three quarters of aa boar, apart

alld I &bttU all the right, powell, priviltgcs, l owners thereof as such, provided: that the languishln; from their momentary slumbers, pro-auneunce that dcstiuy. = of the flitch smoking hot accompanied t

Cltlllt ou., 'benefits, annuities, and authority company shall be uxed two Iud a half per and caused the babes, u inle** of guilt, to by knives, fork, plates, &:. was placed be. ,\
Cooper, the Novelist, it from the fore the IosraeJJuJAes, who : carved
appears hiving
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area, granted, conferred, bestowed auttaized ccut. upon its licit profit. nestle| marer tu the =atcrnal, !bosom for rro.tecthulall
following paragraph in the New York Commercial solemnly and decided that the
; a portion ,
to the said St. Au4rt last ho rcciou reflections :
or permitted, Sec. 7. Jo it funl'er enacted, That the thewJ. |
- .s and Cbipola Canal Company, by the ihid cOJJPlu1.ahalt of right demand aud re. indeed, to suui brawling vagrauts nf has been"read out" : bacon was boar's flesh, bard aud cot good
We hear that Mr. for food. Siaeo
Cooper.the t
of battle
of its incorporal on. aad by that name ccive toll such tho night, when the spell of the itching arc sorry to wager wafer of
Uw as sums fur tho transporting novelist has into'snarl with his neighbors of law and ordeal '.
got fiery have bma abOlWa-
of the said con.panbeir heirs bonus I broken !
members their
ibe by own means and carriages on said
of Cooperstown. It seems that the said ed, and the whole weight of the j.w' 1
led successors lands and tenements, goods Rail Road, passengers produce goods and all And, strange :o tell it i i- rude, excessively neighbors were il1 the habit of resorting to a decision falls oo the judge ud jury it Ia

cHilIes, aud effects, of what kiudlocver.a other! articles 'uliatsoever as may be from rude, to complain of such innocent and fashionable bit of his land projecting into tbo Otsego bat fair that they should overcome' their: repugnance .f
the same to grant, sell, mortgage anddopote time time authorized 'laws of said}
to '
by riotin;. If the rubber, with a for and that since bit
Lake pic-uic parties, to such an experiment sad adopt
0(, 10 sue and be sued ple.id and betapttailcd company provided that such toll shall toot and noi eles! should
stealthy + < step, enter your residence there'ho has forbidden them to it ia future. Lincolnshire Chronicle.
to make a common seal, and at I be increased ilad ut at least MXV dais! previous dwelling and brir off plunder uf alto valueof to do so any more. 'rb lcuJlm they fl.ircd _. .

i pleasure& to break ur alter the same to or* notice given iu the nearest public print a gilded; button, straightway the tuna i k up ; had a public meeting ; nude speeches ; FORElG1f.-- j

, dtia,establish, aud put iuto exeruiion such to said rmul.pro\'itJc,1! that said company shall j i I nil agog tu hunt th'jiiiuraudor dowa. Uut I'. sworn they would submit to nobody's dictation .

bj lays aud regulations at may bo deemed IIP responsible fur all damage ubicli may the mau that rushes past your IhredlhuM in IIi : and kicked up a precious row. lint TWO DAYS LATER FROM FRANCE. .

Btcciiary, and expedient for the government I happen( to passengers, produce, goods, and drugkcu free, like a donou, with shrieks : the they sought revenge, was a little tooclever tbe
way By Burgundy, Rockttt from
.r said corporation not being contrary to the all other articles of every other which may and {imprecations on bi. lips, who rubs you I solemn decree banI Capt.
they pasted a .
; 8th have
Havre French
July we ocr
U. Iud constitution untie United States bo receive I journals
s by it for transportation, on said of that repose on which lifo ihclf feed, this I all Mr. novels from their
Hhiug Cooper's with dates two days late,. There b '
tbe Ialu of this !'crr slid Rail ,
tury. Road l
w and all
such produce goods, man is above rebuke, because forsooth, ho is tIt forthwith
Sec.:. He it further enacted, That ifaey and articles t public library ; and it was execu however, no political eels of iaportaac> .
uhich bo received
1118)1'0 and ho nlloivcd noDud .
may young; man must ted. Wd have hoard of people Irving to biteoT The Duke of Orleans ia confined to bis
stuckhuIvJer ball fail to pay the sum respired chargeable With Dud bo detained for a*
then to have bib frolic and
may : glee. I their but before
uf him by tho President Dud Directors such toll until she same shall 1 be paid, and so succeed own noses never ofjiheir partment by a slight indisposition. Hie
nubia& after the shall have ing. complaint i is a military fever, which requires
oue mouth same much thr-rent a.11111! be liable! to ho sold nsniildisclmgo .
born advertised, it'hall and bo I ,tul'Mllte The U. S. Congress. Theme 'have been some attention. 11.
may :" : the nutns ', hicb'may 1'0 l due Extract of a letter'from Paris to the Edi '
t is ia Paris. ,
aid President aud Directors a{ n' on account if the esrrcaacloftrautpurlDlion several sketcliesul'the. American house of tor of tbo Baltimore Patriot. Ptfganini now

mhj,sty of them, to sell at public aucliuu, storage; and mictitqi.S Representative but none mure truly graphic; F'atrcit loLITE-fF..U" eoo'enuent" of The. .ParisP.i ixsays, -"Thercnortof: ttMC'toH-tfe*

CMttJ to tbeiurfhlM{| >rthntl r.....linrp. ,..rwtli :i *,> >i Ha i, /(....".p .,,....*...) .,,,i.*t ,!.. Kciiuc\ker! \ <. 3i>*tiiA1Anc{ 'lf'iliV: I, :\"cifcciioii V 'To I I .....u...'p: vYr.: ........g..uv In t 10.\1"" C'TeucD ere of consistency.< -Tba Martha{ win do "

ileliuqucut, stockholder itoekbotd.rslinu. j said company shall have the executive right which < ri make Chamber of Deputies, that a rule existed in I.I cidedl enter the service of Qaeea Chmti-
it give ;e, nrc rnnugh tu an
$ ten days previous notice tlf the tints of transjioiting, or conveying persons goods, American prouder of hit glorious : I tho House of Representatives of the United loa. Mis departure is fixed for the 15th. Ho I

aid) .pl.re uf ale iy) manner &furcsid, i>uJalfier goods, |produce. and other unities on said '.What a mas of representatives country there States, giving the privilege of seats on the i r will proceed by sea to Barcelona."
:
retaining the sum due, and all charges Canal' or Rail Road, tu ho by them cons arc here'hftt! sin:;nlrfr samples of our floor within the hall during the sittings of i The Paris papers announce the entire Ie- -

.f..10 u f the prcceed tliercof to pay the'I tiuctcd tthenevtr they may leo fit to cxer- vast country.! Here sits a Tcnuweeau and Congress, to members! of Foreign; Leg if U- genial of General De Rigny from the charges '. is

stylus over to tbe former Qwncr, ur his le- cisc.such ri;;ht. there i Mi.souiian, educated holla- ,: lure, they were resolved to manifest the of cowardice and iOlaabu aatloD.wbich J
.1 ilepre eotatieand lithe said sale should ; Sec J.. Uo it further enacted, That if any among; same civility to members of tbo American him
loc, and uurturc in the forest as intimate I were urged again by Marshal! Clan*
the required to be advanced ''I or shall destroy or injure, Con leu. 1'lte difficulty was how the ISairs
a produce sum person persons with the of tho Rocky Mountains, all II set before a Court Martial.' I
.nit the incidental charges attending the solo ,, damage, hurt, or obstruct said Canal RailRoad tho cit with passes Broadway; wfio lives where j i should bo managed to place Mr. White, of The judgment rendered by the Court of "

tta the said 1'rciideul nud Director, nitty : or any part thereof or edifice, vehicle { hunters and 'hive vexed bill Florida, on a fusing with their members at Cessation in March test decided that a ear-
trapcrs every / ,
mover the residue of tbd original proprietur right nr privilege .granted by this act and who cares no more fur a thatt Washington, as there were no privileged rage abroad between a French subject and .
pawnee
If"big" or her assignee or the executor or ad. or which may be constructed under the authority aiprofesied beau fur a bright plumed hello. soatain the hall of Ibo Petals in which be a foreigner is void, antes the usual publica
ofeither'of them motion on thereof, ho shall bo liable tu respond I Deputies} sit. It was proposed to give
ttitmtrator by Here,is! a man from the prairie ; and inure. a lion has been made ia Franco cad tbe parents ..
betoro the rou.-I iu such damages as bo recovered by place in the Tribune, reserved for the min.
tends '* uutice Superiuror may the of them French
} another from swamps and morasses, I I party duly applied to, it "
cvuit fur the county of which he U au iu* ,, said company against ,them and shall ho : uters and those invited by them, and finally,
tf ,whoso blond tho mo"qucti>rs have uttorly j I I now considered as a fixed law, and was acted .
hsl itaut. irit de corps of National upon in a cato brought before the tribu I

'nmd fifty dollars, by arrant before a I tho like kind comuii'ted. agaiust private( pro the rico grounds, and here tho flushed cheek Legislators, they have furnished Mr.\V. with nal.

Wtce of the Peace of such county and I I, perly. from the mountains ; and by 'his side a man a medalof; a member of the Chamberwhich Victor Hugo has been)promo tad to tae

My purcbater of stock under such sale: I I Sec. 10. Do it further* enacted, That she from the pine grounds ; laud of tai and turpentine. gives the entre to all the palaces<
stall be suHject to the same rules and regu- I' said comp any shall have potter to construct What a people we aroVI1Dt! a and other public establishments, which a that of Chevalier, of tho Legion of Uraer.

)nouns a. the original propreior.8ec. I a Rail way (rum anY point on the Hue of the country is this of ours How wide in extent deputy has. Extract of& letter from Geneva:-"Our F

3. Ue it further euacted, That the Rail Road herein contemplated to some ; bow rich in production ; bow various All bad feeling arising from the recent unhappy clock makers and jewellers begin to safer .
selected said difference between the
be corn
Hid compauy thall have power ta constructa I I point hereafter to iy in beauty 1 have asked) in my travels for two countrieshad. severely from the commercial crisk. Tbara
sisal or Ititil Road front &MJR |ioint on St. (nsny in the corporate limits of the Town of the West in the streets of the Queen of the .passed away, and the best feeling is has not been witnessed hero (awes ) three
within, five miles thereof. manifested fur all Americans.The .
A 4retv Hay, or Wetappo creek to ChipoIt AI ariaulJt Sec. 11.or Uo it further enacted, That West ; n fairy city, which but ns yesterday ,- yean past so complete a stagifttfetf& th .

Apslichicola River, aud from tho nest directors and other was a wildcrncs They smiled at my inquiry Royal arms of England will trade, which gives support to a great part of

ftra:..f MiJ lUy to Choctawhachre river orb hereafter the election of shall be held and said it pas onions Ibo hooiers: much from those borne by ber Majesty's vary five the population. It U the ......, Na* esa* "

jt aad to purchase tvilh{ tbe funds ol said I oflicers of said company, in each on, uf Indiana or the 'suckers of JllidO;.. Then ': predecessors. The Sovereign being a female tel, and other parts of Switzerlaad, .here t

f..aabY"J| iMl to 1 pUcc IIU the( said canal or the first .Monday iu Fvuruary ordered year raid IjlJurne'elololl;;. I crossd the great rivets i I they will be borne on a lozenge instead the same branch of trade is carried ea. la _
bo by
liullUliCall machines. ivaggous. vehicles, ; at such place{ as may notice and hroul.miricu: and again I asked for I t I of shield, and the imperial crest of a the Cantons of Zurich Argovie, Tburgovia,

c.rniei, and team uf uny description 't bat. company, upon giving thirty days tho West. They said it was in Missouri. 1 : surmounting the crown will be discontinued Appenzeil, and St. Gall!, where the eettea I
this
sever, nbich they may deem proper and no- ; in at l least two newspapers in tell ituyi arrived at the capital Tbey comnpialcd will also the scutcheon of trade is the principal{ resource of the vorkiog > J
stockholders each as pretence
i at sill elections by the far down : classes the distress is =
still
"Uutgo cad
rur thin of transportation that they were 101) ca t. greater, \
aesary Hanover surmounted
purpose bearing the arms
ssd aH such macbiues, waggons, vehicles, : share shall to entitled to ono vote provided ," they said ".if yuu wish to see tho West, !I by tho:crown of that kingdom. The arms U caused, not oily by the conaerckl crak, 1' i
hold election
noverthdeis: a failure to an : and hundred and hundredsof : but tho which that brasea r
.m.el and and all the works cons days and days, by great oppprttion
teams
of the four grand only-namely,
: held UI.timc and place the t quarters .
be
at auy
may mile the Missouri further than from of business meets with from Atsaco cad Sea
and *
1Isctt4 under the authority l of this act of thostockholder up ; England iu tho first aud fourth and Scotland .
board Director; majority
of a '*
or
II profits which shall accrue from the same j direct notice thereof being u* to England, and beyond) the Rocky mountain ,'I Bud Ireland in the second and third quar thorn Germ,.
ttollbeiuvetted in{ the respective: stockhol4 unitY *, and' among the 2Jnak 1'llIiauI..r the' SPAIN. .
ief thccatnpauy in proportionjto their 'I' first pi veil in at least two newspapers in Oregon and you may find it. It wo the I ters. ,.- The following telejfrapbtc dispatch baa

**fwive shares, and they ari hereby au- the Territory, at toast twenty days prc work of a dozen years to find the West, Dud I In allusion tu the hour at which the late been received by the French GOy....., :

>*wn ed a those points iu tbo line of their vious. 1 turned about in despair. Indeed I have. Majesty expired the Dumfries Courier remarks "BAYOftztK, 5th July, noea.-Tfeapamga
cHat l or rail( road, when it BlItY appear to t /Sec. I'-''. Do it further enacted, That the I found) no bounds to my country. I have I that "it is a curious fact which medi- of the Ebro by the Carlim oa tie Ssia sad

*k. important fur the acc.ramodatiou aud Territory or Stato of Florida shall at the! searched fur them for myuthi, in almost every II science than hitherto left unexplained, that 29tb, has been confirmed by the 'Corretfsa* .

ttUMu.of the canal or rail road,to establish ; cud uf tiveuty years have the privilege clime ; under tho torrid sun of Louisiana the closing scone when the mortal ceases ence from Saragossa. Eight Carte bat '
I uf taking oib fifth of the stock .at par, i immortal should dalio .!. arrived ia tbv Jm t _
+spats. and houses to bo used by them use land of the orange; and iho olive, and Dud the bvgias o .ur w figs,
fen all wale of said canal oran bypassing tu the company the principal beneath' tho cold sky of Maine. I have seen I very often after the waning night has usher the 27ib.t .

ruad necessary, aud purposes fur the storage of and interot on the investment.Sec. Ibo rich planter gathering rich treasures!from ed in the dawn of another day. To us thereis Nzw You. Atts..t 98. ,
to charge ; 13. Uo it further enacted, That the soil fisherman something not only striking, but mysteriouslY FROM
P.kce, merchandize aud other articles at a bountiful and a : anchoring THREE DAYS LATER EKG- f
web warcbouies find it necesJf J aid company shall not iu tbo construction a little hark on a rocky island dropping his, sublime in tho coincidence named; ,, LAND. .
as they may : of their railway, rim to tho ApalchicoJa: if the and nut the decrees of providence in
his hook as carefully as ocean were were
exceeding Skeridaa
Colaeib
uot Tbe packet
to construct, the rates ships ,
river, at aUYIoiu': higher than immediately Dud of mackerel. I to the finite faculties of man, it t
t e ordioary warehouse duel o f the cities of t full of pearl, qot i pervious Mediator, and George Wubiactd0, arrived
route to Alum Uluffaud may unite with wood in would be Pleast\ to trace unity between the (
**.Territory.Uo. n have seen tho mill man sawing; all ag this morning from EDI1.... By tea Utter ,
the Cast Florida Rail Road, on such termsas exercised the creation and the
variety of form, on the farthest soil of New great fiat at ,
8<<. 4. farther enacted, That ing ; that if saidcompany i I' we have London papers .to the Sid, and \
shall be equitable, provided England ; and I have beheld the same wood spirit winging it heavenward flight.
25th
the
....ruttin tbo said cans.: it shall aud other Liverpool to July.
may the river at
shall to any Savannah, the bcarti- '
down the or
I
go I
floating i
a It.Cul for4be said company b)' i its Press point above the one in this section provided', ful Alabama: iu the strangest metainorphoe I The Genius ofacath. Among tho Etruscan I There II but little chugs I. ,he cow
the week the weekending
market. During ceding ,
iHJt aad directors, or by its proper agentsa.rvaats or shall unite with tbe Uruu wirk Unit Rond it be, in a cluck, regularly tickingoff cases you find a striking and frightful '
; may the 22d ult. superior declined id.ad
and take pusses* 1 authoritY tho Genius Death-so fair and
o.
to enter upon tor any other Rail Road without au the time, or in a pail perchance in a statute yetso "'a
'-!& of any land, timber, stone or other ma'Vii I by law uf this Territory so to do, they button and for aught I know,' in a tasteless ghastly pale-so young and )'et.o relent inferior 4 per lb. that .
; The Time..
Liverpool a aaparb
hich may be necessary for tho shall fotfcit all rightfcndcr tbis'law to make I I have no- lts-winged-resiing on his bow ia a most "
ham ur an unfragraut nutmeg
t*plelioa of the work contemplated by Railroad. and graceful attitude, giving, as it would seem steamer, of 400 horse power, was laaaeaad
said
vcr been off the soil of my OH a country; .
iattaded .
Bristol the lhb to .
*. tot, provided: that no laud timber, stone Sec. 14. Ue it further enacted. That titI I have seen tho sun go; down, a ball of mortality a holiday; yet his countenance at on New York. fIB
**$er materials shall be taken from pri- and restrictions herein yet' though beautifully regular, expressing a weeD Liy.rpoelaDei .
privileges, annuities, I fire, without a moment'* notice or twilight ..
The election at Liverpool wan U ec.menee .
*** 'e4 ,idua" or corporations, and appro- and shall Commence chillio severity ; mingling in its impression .
and. hereby vested imposed, over rich alluvial lauds ; blooming .
flinging what on the 25th July, the data of car te- .
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fI'iMecI to the purposes aforesaid tvitbout from and after the passage of bit act,, with magnolias and orange trees-a robe of a pardoxtjof sentiment representing test Tbe candidate Lord 0aadoaaa'd

**pe itioa to those owning die st me,and this act shall be considered a public\ act, and gold ; and again I have stood upon tho bare the power of the understanding cannot'de paper.C, Creswell, Etq, catervagva-* .

ism of dUagreemcBt between >the< said construed I i befall,. rocks of colder climes and when the trees fine, or the most sunny imagination scarcelytrace : Swart and Howard Elphiottepe, fUftrV,
shadow of death alive I Death, too
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gad fediilduals or corporations,ai have a
1637. fro.t,1
l.'D1 Approved 12th pinched by the early mar'hot .
were
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thetvsme vanishing -Wa ..
rays the Qieel0e ,
BUhoo of '
... isle. bones and assumed his occupation of amssin of
that any be takes or approrria- The city of Paris appropriated 800,00 I the loaves, as if a thousand birds of paradise of the human [""t lAcrAead' flounce with regret the Ueatb of ihb veaarabit .
> I race
2 |f nidcompany, it shell be ia houoi r iu the branches and when the I general
franc. for the festivities they gave were resting ; PtJt TouT > and excellent 1'rclste. Jhe LoadeD pat -
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pert of the lOib July- announce that his Ion-! Coke of Norfolk, has bean raised to the TRIAL OF THE MURDERERS OF CAPT.-- tbe post, he bad taken care to Pre,
peerage, by the titles of Viscount Coke o GILULANU. proper intercourse or conversation t?
:Gallo' .and Earl of Leicester. SofEiioR COURT, Alaehw County August prisoner -
.his age. An important atoratioa! bas been intro; ; Extra Tens, 1837 Dr. Clarke, U. S. A.? testified that ?
Reports from Liverpool stale tbo death ofAlt doled into the standing order or the Com Before Ailiionor. ROBERT RAYBOIID REID, amined the body of Gi1Gl and closely i

' *. .. Robert Peel. Tbat these reports may mdtis, by which all Railway companies FSIIDAT, August 11. its being brought to the post at f
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be well founded is to be inferred from the will in future be compelled, previous toapE'yiug ville. Believed him to care been
annexed extract, which we find ;in the Liverpool for a bill to deposits hi the Bank of TERRITORY. or FLORIDA ) a rifle ball which entered abont tbe .
4 Albion of tba 24th : : ten per coot of their estimated tt. ( Indictment.. ney. Doubts not ia the least that .
Joa.f, (a Negro Wan) } the wound rehired to.
produced by
. I. b I Alarming refatts as to Sir Robert Pars cap t"
health. The London papers have delicately Mr. John Reeve ;is, we regret tai announce TUCSA, J may tiara been shot wounds In the
: atlnded. during the pail week, to the state on a sick bed having unfortunatelyon w. > Indictment. extremities, but none others ia the bod
;1 of the Right Hon.. Baronet's health. Yes- Wednesday morning last, at five o'clock, TOM, (a Negro Man.) > the one be described.
: erday it was: currently reported ia Livrr- burst a blood vessel Duriullbe whole of The Indictments contained two Counts, Capt. Bates testified that alter
o. pout aid appareullv.very ud autboritv, that day be was considered in great dauger, one for murder under the 2d tec. of the actor the Court this jaorniug.one of the
that ho had been given up by his medical attendants and it U feared that it will be a long limo 1832 "relating to crimes and misdemeanors told him be desirol to barn told the i i
k lib disorder was, at first, supposed ore bo will again be able to resume bisprofessional ," and another for shooting at a white was useless to delay, for they were ;
t to besciatiea a rheumatic affection duties. Tbe circumstance has person with intent to kill under 55th section and knew they must dip,and were
or tbe bipjoint and be went to Button I occasioned a considerable: sensation in tbe of act of 1828 'relating to crimes aDd to die with a lie in their mouths, :
There bit complaint came on with gnat violence I. theatrical world.. Examiner. misdemeanors committed by slaves, free negroes they could Dot therefore retract their :
,aDd proved to be a lumber abscess, The Magnetic TcltV pA. The New aid mulattoes" That the other prisoner replied the
for "bicb it is said be has been operated on, Wurtzborc Gazette gives the following of Tbo prisoners were brought to the bar. at better return at once and tell the Jud
and which will, either suddenly) or gradually, the 30th Juno from Munich;-**Yesterday 10 o'clock this day, to answer said Indictments. but no (witness) informed team they !
bat certainly. be fatal' to him. Medical men some astonishment was excited among us await the hour appointed. .
agree that if be bas this complaint upon him by seeing on the roofs of the loftiest house Upon being successively arraigned they The prisoners. were then remanded.: !
:' be never can again enter upon parliameuta in the town several men employed iu passing pleaded G'ui/lj." SATURDAY, August ;
ry duties. We give the report as we received iron wires which extended from tbot."en The Court warning them of the nature At 12 o'clock this day the :
it, and bare reason for.believing that it of the church of Nortre Dame a* and consequences of their plea and iuttr'ucdug and John were brought to Ibo bat
is too true. burn the Isar as far a' time Chateau d'Eau: them in the advantage or pleading not ceive the sentence of the Court.
,\, The Royal Gazette of the 17th couiains of Mount GtfSierberg, from thence to tbo guilty, offered them leave to withdraw their Upon, being asked if they bad
-- the appointment of the new flliuistry, aod a observatory of Bogeubansen, aud back to plea of guilty and recommended them to why judgment of deatb thoulJ nut !
.. list of household. All the Lords wait tho tower of Notro Dame.: These "ires that course. The prisoners adhering to their nounced them. Tom'replied
; .. lug opposed to the Government are left out are iotondcd to exemplify a project or Pro. first plea the Court expressed an unwillingness bad nothing upon more to say at present
auioug them, one of tbo late King's natural lessor Stoiuheil for the conveyance of intelligence to allow its immediate entry and, tbat ped an interval of a few days would
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\ ;;:: Lord of electric It the prisoners might have opportunity or reflection -
sons, Adolnbus .zcl.reuco.. by means magnetism. lowed them before their execution,
;" The Queen bold her first drawing room t. stated that iu two sccconds communication remanded them to prison until 3 SEKTCBCE.
:.- on the SUlh of July at St. James palace. might possiblj be conveyed from o'clock, P. M. cube same day. The Judge then proceeded to *
Tbo number in attendance was jfastly Lisbon to St. Petersburg! by means of a At the hour appointed the prisoners were prisoners as rollo"I I '
; than at or this d'icriplioa.FRANCE.. again brought tbe bar ana the Court ha
greater any drawing room for telegraph
years. Tbe papers)' that nearly 200(1 many( ladies ving repeated to them its views of their rights I would say a few words to yon i
tad gentlemen were presented. Tbe Tbo Paris papers wore such occupiedwith and interest aDd the nature and effects of that sentence is pronounced which
or the different pleas allowed by the law, they throw you from time l inYo eternity.I .
scene must have been rather curious, all I the seizure certain papers at tbe
being in mourning dresses. The Queen's house of Messrs. Welsh Genoula aDd Dec were second time called upon to answer have been most anxious that you
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is thus described : ryer; the former editor of Le Mode, aod tbo to the Indictments, and the plea of guilty have a fair trial ; teat yon should J!
> and adherents tea exiled befog still persisted in, it was motion tssittancoofalawyer; bat your case
Her ", ojut,. A black crape dress rich other two duties; upon
leitaro is have been of the District Attorney ordered to be enter be submitted to a Jury of twelve ,
I ly embroidered In jet over black silk; train familf. The alledged to .
of Mack crape over black silk, tastefully or- caused by information communicated to tbo ed record. to do yon justice.
nameuted that the The Court called the District Attorney It was my' intention to bo of
with jot flowers. Head dress government, parties engaged were upon re
feather,jet ornaments and crape lappets. Fu a conspiracy. to exhibit the indictments and to produce yon myself, and I wished your ;
Her Majesty word the insignia of tbo garter A steamer from Constantinople bad ar the general testimony of the prosecution present at your trial. He however, I
tbe badge, and ;ba, star or diamonds. rived at Marseilles on board which two for its better information. called baa Dot attended ; and yon.
The 'I"Uttft.Jirli Levee.. Much confusion persons died with the plague. Tbo vessel Tbe Indictments and statutes prescribing quired to pleadjto( the indictments ( II
arose on Wednesday in consequence of tbenumber was ordered into strict quarantine at the the punishoi.nt, were road relied your guilt. Yon were warned
>> of persons attending tbo first levee month of the Rhode. The District Attorney then> produced two I consequences and advised to 1
.' which her majesty' bas held. The sceeo as The African correspondence in the Paris papers, comprising the confessions or the ] pleas ; time was given yon to reflect '
described by those who witnessed it.exceededanv papers extends to July 18. Tbo governor prisoners made *[nre a J ustico of tbo Peace what you bad done ; what yon ( al;
i i. thing that ever took pce! in a British general was said to have been nominated to on the Sotb JulyTv')', and reduced to writing I You persisted. The motive yon .
( It is believed there were upwards the command of the expedition to the Cons at the time2ud which upon being afterwards commands my respect; you td"1011 l
. po12006 persous, and the rush and crowded tantine, though iu Paris it was repotted that on the 4th August following .t not go iuto eternity witb a lie
I, slate of tbo avenues and cerridort equalled two of the King's ions were competitors for again read to them in tbo presence of mouths" Notwithstanding this 1 It !
c what is sometimes witnessed at Ibo entraoco this trust. Abdel Kader bas not yet sent t in Ibo same and two other Justices, were again I inclined to cause the plea of 'Not '
I, of njminur: theatre on the benefit of a popu his frit instalment under the treaty of Ta t- declared to contain tbo troth. i to be entered and the cases regularly
lar artiste. na, of oxen and Brain, and provisions trero These confessions contain the following I but upon examining the evidence, ,
Diamond buckles wero broken and lost; scarce at Oran. facts, viz : Tbat the names of the prisoner! I was done in open Court, it seemed "
.. valuable orders and badges were torn from The Neapolitan and Palermo letter ofJu* are John and Tom; test they both belong to I that the result must be the !
their wearers ; and we are told that snore ly 4th, ofler nothing consolatory on the ian. one Micajah Dean ; that they ranaway from Jury must bare given tbe same ,
.. than one distished officer was deprived of atory state of those kingdoms ; at Naples tho their master's house for the purpose end with which! yon bate pronounced against
his epiletts>> without committing any breach 'number deaths: by cholera from Juno Stb ibe expectation joining the Seminole Indians s slves.
of discipline or the ceremony of tho court to July 2d, one week was 2795.. At Palermolo wEom they know to be at war with Yours is a shocking ease ; it is J
I martial; nether still more unfortunate i a few days the mortality reached Ibo Whites. cruelty and foolishness. You were ?
stated to have been derived or his awordwitbout 400 to 500. That on Monday morning tbe 10th of of a kind master ; it all I have beard' .&
undergoing similar ordeal, or the Roman letters to the 8tb mention' the July shortly after the sun bad risen, they be was too kind and by his ,. &,
disgrace of surrendering it to an enemy. fears that existed sespectiog the cholera and reached a place called the Double Sinks, spoiled and injured you. You have Btr
&o< recurrence of such irregularities in future Tbo harvest was very promising ;. together ; tbat from this circumstance, concluding Ilon'l.( You bad though slaves.
dole. in Ibo Roman states. that some person or persons must forts around you ; you hate .*,
.. the Queen held a court on Ibo Slst of SPAIN. also be near, they agreed, at the suggestion fur a prison chains and death ,
'- July, to receive various deputations witb The advices from Madrid are to the J5tb of Tom, that'in case there should not be You left your master without
t addresses of congratulation Among them or J uly. The minister of the interior, SenorKwityteyarc more than one or two, to shoot him or themiMtjb tion. Did you eipect; to bs free ? f
the> th.K-5..t.frlaiuU" ..f_!.:.!. : iKa nrnviiln**" *I .. .'... -...w fauli"h *ueh.iieini.im" '. i%:... 0
loiiotviog account is given.Tbo riii'piaVe1!' ilssafc7geAiiascribed ing for some time they discovered a man trans out of a hundred, the runaway
:- deputation from the society of Friends to the influence ol Mendizabal and rise from tbe ground who shortly after ap is brought back to his owner. But as)
'. commonly called Quakers, arrived at the Calatrava. There bas been commotions in proached the bones and commenced to fir i you bad obtained your freedom-tbe -
palace and were uncovered according to the capital and some bloodshed but the disturbances ala one ol them ; that while the man was so I Plea of a free black man it not as f
custom by tbo Yeomen of the guard. were not considered alarming, although 1 employed, Tom fired at him with a musket file as that of the faithful slave or. T
William Allen read the address as (o I. I military precautions bad been take n. l loaded ,with large aud small shot, aiming i master. y
,- lows : Dou Carlos seems to bavo abandoned bis directly at him and with tbe full intention I Slavery is not a CWlt-uador a ;
May it please tbe Queen; .< I designs oa Valencia, The latest telegraph of killing him. That as soon as this first I ter it is a blessing.4 Tbe master yes
oj 44 We tby dutiful aud 'loyal subjects, mem, Ie despatch dated Bordeaux July 18, represents shot was discharged, the horse fell, and the food and clothing, end every needful
,. t)ers of the religious Society ofEriendsco m. him as moving toward the province' man r.a. putting his band to his left side as fort; bo thinks for Ibo slave ; looks -
moolj called Quakers, and representing that of Marcia, .leaving Valencia on the left. 11 I wounded ; that the man stopped behind a him ; cares for him-he is like a/ i
body in Great Britain to take the earliest opportunity or the result or an engagement between tbo "Do, Torn don't shoot me," or words to I know there are evil minded .
toes expressing our cordial and faithful at* main body of the Carlists, and the troops or hat effect. Tbat while be was so appeal 1 talk about the 'horrors of slavery, boy
tacteeat. to our Queen. Gen. Oran under the walls or Valencia.taid ing to Tom. John levelled a rifle at bit left preach about liberty and equality." '
We sensibly feel the loss of our late be to have been fought on the 13tb, ia whim h side and taking deliberate aim fired at him; do Dot know what they talk about ; "
loved King William IV, we look back tbe latter were victorious. that the man then ran off aad was.not again dou' know what slavery is; or
upon bit history of our country marked as Other accounts from Madrid state that on seen by them. That upon /their going to talking tu make mischief. They are l
it bat been by the extension of civil and re- the 14tb. tbo Queen Regent signed the bills the spot where the horse they bad shot was Foots because they talk or that they '
I licl e.lib.rcl. by mercy and compassion to for the withdrawal or the sequestration on lying l they found near by saddle bag, tin understand or HirocaiTO, because
the guilty, and by the recognition of tri he the property of Spanish refugees and also cop coffee boiler bottle of spirits cloak,gunpowder pretend a great regard for colored !
hts of our enslaved .fellow subjects 1 Vor.j41co for confirming decrees of amnesty. In flask and riding whip; that the tin which they do not feel. Send a &
., s tit these features of his government, the Cortea or the 15ib, article 10 of tbe i cup bad letters engraved on the bottom of among these abolitionists, lad bow "
as evidences of the increasing sway orChril.cia.J tithe abolition bill was agreed to, whereby it, and tbat the one exhibited to them (at be treated 1 They will amuse him .
principle; in the legislation of the cone all sale of ecclesiastical property was put an tbe time of confession) is Iho identical words-but will they divide their .*
try. entire stop to, up tu the year Io40. Sin ; that they believed the man to be Cap with him T Will they take him to is
Under feelings of thankfulness Almigh. The CarU.tl were reappeariug in tbe whose body had since been found bits Will they make him equal *
ty God we offer to tbee. our Queen on ac ntigbborbpood of St. Sebastian; not it force there and that the person they shot at had a families! No-be will soon learn nl-
cession to the realms ouralocero however,but In small marauding panic red silk badkercbief lied around his bead talk from the lips, and Dot from the Tte
lation on tbe prevalence of pace congratu abroad Tbe remains of the disbanded legion were Tbat ( .pt. G. bad never offended or injured that they,consider him on inferior. I *?-
lad tranquility' at borne. May nothing be to sail for England on the 17tb witb about them ; and tbat their object was to get pact him to occupy an inferior station. ,I
I ." pertained to interrupt these blessings, and 30 officers. A new brigade of 1200 men bad provisions. me say to you if you havejlistened ,
may tbe conviction more and more prevail been furintd from the relics of tbo legion. Mr. Fitzpatrick, Justice of the Peace wicked loon yon have listened to your I i tits
e : tbat war is alike unchristian and impolitic. called as a witness, stated tbat th>t con ry-perhaps your ruin. The man be*N
Convinced as we are that the religion of lee Death from Universal Piessure. At t the Cession or the prisoners was made free a proper regard for people of color
IUI Christ our Lord and Redeemer is tbe Gallery of Practical Science in the Strand ly and voluntarily without promise or slaves or free teaches them Iwo things -
only foundation or the U ue happiness of man i is hydrostatic press that will produce a menace. That Tom was known to bi m. dience to their master and their. *
w nod Ibo prosperity of a people, tbat it is tbe pressure of more than 730,000 pounds on the I and spoke frankly witb him of the deed contentment itilk their lot. This is .
sacred bulwark to goveroment.our square inch. Into this machine a live eel be bad_ committed. Tbat>! Term had further Bible_ Uachft ; and be who holds up II
I' er Coda that it may ho the stability. or pray was latelyinlroduced, and, tenacious of life : stated to him that thinking his shot bad ta. er doctrine to black people, is false to a>
throne, lad may influence all tbe delibera tby as is tbat animal which will survive for ken effect bo gave a war whoop after fit I Ilur self false to them, false to bit God. : *
t lions of iby Council. hours after it bas been skinned and decapitated ;. his country. u4

t "Be pleated, 0 Queen the pressure or tbo water by tbo machine I Mr. Olmstead Justice of the Peace, tot But 'yon desired to*, join the., Its
careen cud heartfelt to accept our during a quarter of a minute t"ecu.aIl11dOltr01ed tried that Ibo confessions exhibited were Didn't you tee, what must come of it? ai*
dc.ire
;, leek for baavmily wisdom that yon ways at its life. Immediately, afterwards : made before him at tbo date they purported Indian War cannot last. Consider fctt*
to fulfil the arduous duties which la ooabl U the tb e..r.ry moan wile tried with an energetic to have been made. Tbat all the important wide-bow large liii country is t bow *
dering of Divine Providence thou or galvanic apparatus to restore lifo in the animal facto wero recorded. Tbat the prisoners erful white men are, aud bow many of ***
earl art thus !, but in vain. It was perfectly intensh bad also informed Any body who bas M
catted to perform. M11"t than live him. that they passed any cease, may '
in tbe fear of God and be incline the heart bio and rigid not moving a muscle in the down the bank of the Santa Fe river and the Indians must be conquered and N
to keep "bit law,aad richly endow thee with slightest degree. This experiment further crossed at its mouth, on a raft and that be out of the country.Suppose ..rf
the grace.of bis holy spirit, and at length demonstrates the compressibility of water (witness) bas since learned that a aft baa you bad joined the Indians .sM
t when fee days of tby delegate trust on earth and was tried in order to test a continually been found there ; and that the prisoners would bave become of yon f They .
p I, are eeded, taayest then through the repeated assertion that a living Alb will disavowed any previous grudge or .malice hardly) have treated yon well ; they K
I of God ia Christ Jesus, enter an niercy lob. mat suffer the least,inconvenience in a hy- towards the deceased. have been afraid to trust you ; they *

I' : ... ritance incorruptible and undo upon led, and that I dtastttioprosa.. 4o.tdonLancet, Capt. Hinely. testified that be commandedthe have made yon slaves. But if they ; inr
Csdeth set ."11''' I MWOMao iB MOMSMMBI B Mi M M* -- detachment sent to leek Capt. Gilliland, if they bad made yon Leaders and i :
: Her majesty returned Arrivals of Stronger The number( that they found his about 150 what would yon have gotten by it ? J
the corpse yards
I I following ray entries rcturued in i if .
ciout answer- b Halo's News Room Re from where his horse was lying dead ; his yon escaped deatb from the handset **
9 .'1 thick dieter, tbe past week, is upwards or Seven- addle, &e. were near the horse. There people you must at the close of the -*.
vdu for your condolence sea Hundied at the different! bay. bOla restored
the death of bis late npon boto It.Popo" was a red silk handkerchief round the bead to your master,
"lticla.uu majesty, for the juttico or Ibo corpse when found ; knew one of the out oldie country, to some far away -
the render to his .c araetor, and to Essay' on Criticism did not sell till bones to belong Gilliland. That the bo. where your condition would be &
measures of his reign and for your be pu .his cams to it. dy ".found worse than it ever was Acre until now.YOII.ppo.r .
A warm on a Tuesday evening of the Ie-
congratulations .
open my accession to '" month to be sensible men ; jon
Ibo ? ? past -can't recollect the
throne. I join in your prayers fur t Ibo Among the curiosities in the national li of the month. precise day no book learning but you surely have *|II
prosperity of my reign the best security brary at Berlin, is said to be the identical moo sense. Just think what you might **
wlikh is to bo found in reference bible Died Col. MiUI'ea&i6od. that the prisoners had been
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< by Charles I. on tho cafold. Happy possession of a ) t**
bety religion, and la observation of its } made to him tbe same confessions be bad sand comforts-In the possession of
duties;* Kaitdoa.'ockialwcr. : heard read, and had repeatedly made tbo ProP.rI1th't Industrious slaves *;Its

The well known "rich coax mover," b l lF tr. I ia,1550. loy.oted fa Spain : same ,statements others and always yoluntarily. command-under the care of a may good i***
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M have beta with Ito Indians a n. SIS weeks after date, wo will apply to the January 25. 1831.RULES < dons la... manner before mentioned, au* .. .
fie epresat ,Indians" to bo entirely des- Every man should do bu work to pletie oo.Judge cubs County Cow' of St. IN RELATION TO CLAIMS owaer> ... bo slowed pay therefor,oa Baking
bit customers if bo e an. fobns County, for Letter of AdmiuirtratioD on fur b an-act Congress. passed I satisfactory proof,as in other eases, teal the f 0-
liteteefcera.Tfeey Everyman should ple&iohli wife ; it he .bee-atatof Seth Nickenon. dec, lap of said 18th January 1837 entitled "an Act to pro: farther proof feat ae is entitled thereto, by' having .
state that there are a number of oe* county deceased. tide for the payment of horses and other properijr .1 famished the same, and tavingi taken the
can.Every OBO. DAUTLETT. loiter destroyed in the military service cftheUaited8tates.prescribcd tick oa himtselL" .
ttlfo should
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reti cow at MaJ. Hertz's Plantation engaged tlgadtBce husband ; -if J. M.GOULD. in pursuance oft be 4th I Besides too testimony In support of bI*tII ,a "
I ia preparing coonll aader the superb can St Augustine August 29,1837.Rfarahal's aeclioo of the said act. 'I herein before required every snob owner ere.
of some lodiaas. Eveiyvtotain should some times hold All claims under the provisions of this act mast I fore, will have to prove that be did provide die ,
her tongue ; if she caa. l Sale.IN be presented at tbe o&ce of the Third Auditorof bone, equipments, or saiiiisri accoutrements)
They communicate important tnformtlionrelative Every lawyer should tell the truth ; if virtue of a decree of ths Superior Court, the Treasury Department before the end of I' therein mentioned,and tuck tno ilk IsoieoC 011. .
to the pleas aid situation of the en no can. to me directed will expose to publics I next session of Congress, and each must beubstantiated bimselA and this proof should be contained ino .
The Indians they have idea of Every preacher of the Gospel) should be sale, on the 7th day of October next.between by each evidence aa is Hereinafter deposition of the person win has beta so provided
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-y designated with respect to cases of the class on by him with such hone .
& Christian; if bo can. home of 12 tad I o'clock of that day in front of ecaUi'DII.r
tssijratinf. Powell" Arpioki are their Every reader should add something to the Court House Door, in the City of 8t. Angustine I der which it(II.... military& accoutrements. t
spirits. the above if be ,all that certain tract of land consisting of First Clan ofCasti: In no use can the piotiuctiou of the evidence, ',
jester ; can. Petmburg Contltl* one undivided hail part of e tract of one thousand 01.the first sectian of the law it is enacted I- J JTnat previously d..ralMd. be dispensed with unless j
The buildings Volutia and Fort Mellen\ 'ation.tituonts. acme Iriag being in the County of Johns.and I I auy field,stall,or other officer mounted I
lave been burnt by the Indians. This fact sltuaad at a place called M canto.al the bead or: militiaman volunteer ranger, or cavalry .ng.. I proved, mid then the mares .ud best other .
MARINE theNorthwest or Pelicer's Creek:which said tract rod iu the military service of the United States evidence,which the cause may t be .ices pat- M
JOURNAL.
proves bow far their promises are to be depended srs of one thousand acres,was
upon. They made a promise to Government to Martin Hernandez, and conveyed I er be in said service, and has sustained or shall Every elaitn p 'lueuisccompaii ed by a deposition 4
Cot Haroey previous to Ibo evacuation of by_the aid grantee/ Martin Hernandez: : sustain damage without any fault! or negligence i wl eta clav "II< i;'uutclaruig that be has nut I
to John T. \Vill lmt, and conveyed by the said on his part wade in said aervice. by the lot of a i receiied/iom ana wib'cer or agent of the Uai ted ,
Fort Mellen, that tile buildings should be William to Daniel 2!. Griswold, and conveyed hot sin battle or bJ the loss of a borne wounded. iu I states any boise or borsea, equipage, arms, ac-
d._ by the said Daniel S.Griswold to John Hewlett, battle, and which has died or shall die of aaid pr..ne Fort : \..-. -_. -- .- by deed, and mortgaged by the said Hewlett to wound or being so wounded, shall be abandoned Ws learn from Kiog that thd Indiansfriie PORT OF AUGUSTINE.. Theodora Flo tat d, for twelve hundred and seventy by order of bra officer, and lost or shall sustain |property be lost, ner any computation for the n t
left that vicinity. 1 14 four dollars and ninety one cents. damage by the loss of any horse, by death, same, and supported, if practicable, by &he' I II t
The above named undivided half or abandonment in of tbe United t*I Gee Jetup is at Tampa Bay. ...RRIY,,' part ofa tract consequence by appraisers of t tI
f Steamboat Cincinnati __ of one thousand acres levied( ou to satisfy the : States failing to supply sufficient forage, or be. I 1 the property the amawu taken into the ;
is be ,Charles said Theodore Flotard oft dent of twelve bun- cause the rider was dismounted and separated I[l I United titates service. IIr
at Mosquito to reesiab
'fbePost ton. drdd and seventy four dollars and ninety one from bit horse,and ordered to du duty ou foot at {r All evidence other than the certificates of officer t, '
liab"d) by order of Gen. Jcsup. Troops have Spanish Steamboat Pancbita, < -, cents, together with nineteen dollars.and twenty a station detached<< from his hunt, or when the : < *, who at the lime of giving them, ware, in .
he sent down for abet purpose. Charleston, Ij1r IlSraae Put in for repairs.Scb. five cents cons officer in the immediate command ordered or ,. i ishaU themilitary service of the United skates, mast .
Andrew Jackson ----, Char WM. G. DAVIS, Deputy Marshal. order, the horse turned out to graze iu the 1{' I be sworn to before some judge, justice of the t .1
Col. lfAa!,ET: has been ordered to Wash 'testes< 3day i July 17tb, 1837. ll-4w. woods, prairies, or commons, because the lim- j I j peace ,or other person duly authorised to adf \
Schr. Medium, Migco\ Charleston,2 ted States failed or shall fad to supply autticientI f I i minuter oath, and of which authority, proof' ,
{often for tbo purpose of getting men to fill days marshal's' Male. forage, and the loss was or shall ue consequent': should accompany the evidence. ,:
up the companies of Ibo 2d ttcgu of Dra Capt. abaSE reports that a schooner is VIllTUK eta decree of the Superior thereof or for the loss of ne :e.s
sunk 15 mites north of St. Augustiue in IU) IN Court,and to me directed, I will expose to of the lost of hU horse an aforesaid Secretary of War, ad iaterim. I 1
g0oaa fathoms water. public .sale,on the 7th day of October DClt"be shall be allowed and paid tbe value thereof P,.., Approved, January 25, 1837. ; ,
Gen. IIEa left tweea the boars of 12 and I o'clock of that day. tided,That if any payment baa been or shall be ANDREW JACKSON.
.A.DEa town SAILED.
Brig yetterder in made io any one aforesaid for the use and risk .
in front of the Court House door, the City of .
j for Muiquito.Cspt. Steamboat Panchita. --- ..-, Havanna, St. Augustine, one lot of ground known by the ur for forage alter the death, loss or abandon- TatAI5RT DirAftTSHKST, ; 1 1I
I name of John Lee \Vllli ml' Lot ef Ground, and went of bis horse said payment shall be deduct. i j I I Third Auditor's ,mu,January iG, )837.
//owon's company and Lt. 'PAit,. T HE'operior Court for the Out. of E. Florida mortgaged to Ed win T.Jenckes' for a debt of ed from the value thereof, unless be sausued or Each claimant can have the sum, which may t ?:
WIt' detachment of aadaoted volunteers sitting U a Conrt..of Chancery :will three hundred and twenty five desists and ninety IbAII.au.fy. the paymaster, at the tune be madeor be allowed on his claim,remitted to him direct "
commence its session. ,on Monday the llth day nine cents, with interest thereon te be comps ahall make the payment or thereafter show on his.signifying wUb to that efiect,and BSJOing. i
, _tiled for. Mosquito oo the 5th ioit. of.8ept.ins.; ted from the 27ih day of ftf arch, IB37, at the rate by proof, that be was remounted, in which .the place ot his residence ; but if die money
-- By order of the Judge. of eight per centum per annum,till'paH. That case- the deduction shall only ex tend to the time i is to be remitted or p.id to any other person a
Ti Election for mtmlen oJ the. Leghla K D. UIDOS, Clerk. is to say all that certain lot or parcel cf ground bo was ou foot : Ad pnvided tdt9, if auy payment .I power of attorney to him from the cbiauat, du .
lift Council. This election takes place oa Sept. 6. si lusted and being in the aforesaid City of sat shall have been wade or shall bere.fterbo ly executed and authenticated should be forwarded .
it i Augustine, containing forty feet in front and made to any perIOD above mentioned,on account with the claim.
tit 9tb day of October aeit. It has cicit Manhal' Sale. feet in depth, and bounded u of clothing to'which bo wu not entitled by law I To facilitate the requisite searches and aoiat. !

a eel bat little interest as 1't.Vo have, not I N virtnerfa decree of the Superior Court, follows t that is to say, on the north by a lane such payment shall be deducted from the value delay in the adjustment of the claims, each /
bead who are to be the candidates, and to me directed, 1 will expose to public called Partner Lane, on which the said lot fronts, of his hone or accoutrements." claimant should name on his papers the, pay .
L sale on Mondaythe 2d day of November next, on the West by a lot of Francis Gue, on the To establish a claim under Ibis provision, the muteror other disbursing ofbcert, by whom he : .
SOLDIERS tit GLOVES. between the hours of 12: and 1 o'clo k of that day South by a lot of one Pons. which war, at the thctaruiaatmuatadducetbeeridenceoftbeotlice! t j I was paid for the services of himself,bu... wa- "
t Ma, EDITOR:-A paragraph 1.&olollho in front of the Court House door,in the City of time of the execution of said mortgage, oceans whose command he served when the loss goo cart, team, boat Ac.PfcTbll ..
.i at. Augustine, all that certain tract of lind lying ed by one Susan Murphy, and on the East by a occurred if alive ; or ifdcadthea of the next I ; IIAQNtk. Auditor. ,
rounds of the napsrs iaformiog tbo food and being in the county of Mosquito consisting bouse and lot clone Almanson. The said mortgaged surviving officer i describing property tbe I Editors of newsoapen in .which the laws of -
people of the Batted States that the King of one undivided half part arras plantation called premises then being in the possession value the eof,the time and manner iu which the 'the United Sates re published, in the .,.Id
, of t&s French{ has ordered bit Troops to Orange Grove,with the improvements thereon, and actual occupancy cube said John Lee \V11.t loss happened, and whether Of not it was sustained States and Territories ere requested to poblaa'
wear gloves.Lttt .... containing three thousand two hundred terse ol Name and also the dwelling boasts, out-houses, wituout any fault or negligence on the claim therein,the foregoing rules once a week fer rev
ri soy one should become alarmed and l land be the same more or Ie... Toe metes and builddings an edifices, and the grove, orchard ants part. The evidence stzould also in case the weeks, and to send their accoonte to tae TWrd .
>(] imagine ithst the King was about to destroy bound of said tract being as follnwa:-Urgin* and trees on said lot. claimant remounted afier the Joss,*ZMew ben Auditor for baymeatFsbmary
Mat (be efficiency of bat gallant army, it rung East end bounded Kast by the Halifax ricer I The above named property levied on u the be was recounted, bo.v,long he eontinuoejse" ,p t, ISI7. *-4wu .
r lie as well to that the intention running north, 30 degrees rues!, 103 chain, 31 : dronerty of John Lee Williams, to satisfy Edwin and explain whether the horse whereou be w
U may suggest links; on the north by a canal: running south, 55: II. '1'. Jiickesof a debt of three hundred and twenty remounted had not been furnished b/ the United : AN ORUINANCHlu.ther t; amend the ordinance '
probably was to prevent the arms of the degrees wet,3U9 chain: and 90 links; and on the Ale djllars ninety nine cents, with interest a tales, ur been owned by another mounted mill to provide for raising a revenue for j
sea from rust and to improve their ape west and so nth by vacant lands. as appears by a thereon,as also two dollars and fifty cents coat tiauan or volunteer, to whom payment for the the city of tit. Augustine and for the collec
r fxaraaco on parade. survey made by John l'urcall'lnd dated the 10th WM. G- DAVIS, Dep. Mar use and risk thereof or for its lunge, whilst in tion thereof passed IHh March 1833. s .
n AN OLD SOLDIER. .ilL day of January, 1604, (the land on the north now July 11th, 1337. the possession of the claimant, may have been Ue it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermenof
belonging to R. U. ferret, and those on the made ; and if it bad been thus owned should the city of Jit. Augustine, Tbatot the year \ ,'
An express from Gen. Jeiup was receive south tu Farqnhar Uetbune.) The said three AN ORDINANCE for the preventing the name the person, end the command to which he I 1837,there shall be levied and collected on and
e l>y the Governor oo tbe lit inst., from which thousand two hundred acres, being the same running of any berse or horses through the belonged And ill every instance in which the from every persons, vending goods, wares aad !
". If am that the Geller&IblriDI withdrawn tract that was conveyed by Mrs Ann Hernandez streets of tho city of St.Augustine. I j I claim may extend toeqaipagethe ."erallniel.{ merchandize,in the city, the following sums,ta
a tHe request to be relieved from. the com William Williams, datnuel 11. Williams, Be it ordained, Dy the authority of the Mayo\ r '' value of each should be specified wit: i
tuand,'is actively! in providing for and John T. Williams.The and alderman of the city of tit. Augustine, that i I, Second Clou of Cast. On the invoice amount of stock in trade, ';
tflro tbe defence uf the employed frontier ; shore named property levied on aa the from and after tbepaairrg of this act,no peraon The scctfm orabela.enacts : where the same docs not exceed two thousand '
during the sum prnprm of Samuel H. Williams,to satisfy Wil shall canter gallop,or run. or cause logo faster That any person who, in the said military five hundred dollars,filgr cents for every hun ;
.
f sod far
sdt Bter. resuming tJvutive measures I Ii. )! {rare Williams ofa debt of three thousand four titan a lou tret any horse,mare,geldiag or mule, cryise as a volunteer or draughted militia aun, dAd dollars: e
is the ensuring season* We know not':' I hundred and forty one dollars and twenty seven through the streets of tins city. Any person urnisbed or aball! furnish himself with ems i !above that amount and not exceeding fonrtheuaocd "'
what bas operated this charge io the visa 11 I t, c cents with interest thereon at eight per centun i \'iolallllilhi.act,shall, upon conviction thereof and military accoutrements, anJ sustained I dollars, Seventeen dollars, with tae .
and ftitheiof the General; but we beartly r pi r annum, from 2!J day of March. 137': also l I before the Mayor or other justice of the peace, ..ballultab. damage by the catpota* .....tru.Uoaa oaddition of one dollar ..4 sissy lW.and a half
t approve. of the measure. As we believe one dollar six and a quarter f...nta ...*.. I !.m ,.... s.. .*.!!... I.. .!.. flu..vOVnvv and fen ditto lime, without any fault nsgligvace cents tot every thousand dollars above thai > !
ti bun competent render us efficient service JOHN M. FO?TANE. Dep. 1far. I dollars for the second offence,ono half of which I on hU part, or who lost or shall tote the same by mount. ,
..,could not tollerate the idea of his back St. Augustine.August 29th, 1837 shall) go to the informer and one half to the city i reason of bit being wounded in the service shall Oo every slave/ above the age of IS and wader
-- Sec. 2. Jd U if further ordiatd, TbalafterIho : be allowed lad pdrlb'e value rheas(" 50 years t"eallS" cenu.andit shall be the
tar out, after having by his errors, reduced Iw J Administrator's+ Sale. passage of this act, no carman drayman, I Each: claim under this pioviaionmua.beestablished I duty of the owner of every slave such slave to _
to a more pliable condition than that i in N V1RTUK OF AN ORDER of the Judge! or wagoner, shall be allowed to. go at a faster by the office who commanded theeUios- I make a return of the same to tics tax collector 'I II
TiIttt. which he found us on assuming the com IL of the County Court of tit. Johns County rate than the common walk of a horse, under a ant when the less eappsasd, tfauve j er if dead I on or before the time prescribed la the next
' aaed. His past experience of Indian cues .tb. undersigned Executor of Francis Tries, penalty of five dollars (if a white man,) and ifi then the neat surviving officer ;(escribing the proceeding section of this ordinance. '
.1.o wag, sod bit recently acquired knowledge deed., will offer for aale at public auction in front free colored person, mulatto or slave, he seal ssveralarticfcslost, the value' of each,and who I Sea 2. That ttanaU be the doty of every mer- i
of the country, will be of Ireltleric.to him tbe Court House in the City of Augustine, on receive tw.aIT.trip.. and stand committed until the or not a was sustained without any fault wr Chant store keeper,or vender of goods wares
ceudiictiug the defence of the frontier the first Saturday in September h'Xt.he following the cost of suit be paid; it may however, be negligence on bit put. and merchandizesto make a return oBit her or
etiai. iu prosecuting his future offensive as real estate of the aaid: Francis Triay, that ;is optional with ihe free negro,or mulatto or master Third Clan of COM*. their stock in tr do to the tax collector, on MIA ,
0 to say. a piece of land situated near Maccarix of any slave convicted of this on""nce,to pa The third section cube Uw oo before the first day of June next lad oa .
v ffitratioas; while put failures will serve to Creek, bounded on the South by laud of Sebastian the fine of five dollars and costs, in lieu of corporeal daTiut who sustained enacts aball: sustain lect or failure to do ea shall be subject to a Jlb1t.r neg- .
stimulate bit desires, and nerve his arm for Garcia; on the north by marsh of MosesCreek punishment any the persju loas. or of$50 with cost of suit. ,
. eaefgetie and successful action Ion the westby the public road ; and on SEC. 3. B. Uf nkerordMtdtlilno other anmage by of horse capture. mule 01 destruction by Sec. 3. That every person or persons, after .
In addition to the posts already constitu tae east by North litre- vehicle whatever,shall be driven within the limits boat enemy sleixtioi harness any while such or wagon, cart. the Dasaas7eQfthIsordinauc reJae.be ot they

tad, we learn be determined to establish ALSO A Lot situated in St. Augustine bound of said city! at a faster rate than the common in the .eivicu of the United rioter;Drench cither by! was Uupreunient snau open a store for the sale. of goods,wares en t
Drt too upon the fcJawaonee-oue at Clay ed oo the West by St. George direct; on the slow trot or a norse,under UK like penalty; and iaerchaaizewrtlsinthebmtuoshu city,shall in I
t Lauding about twenty five miles east of North by alotformeily the property of Jesse if the perIOD or persona driving said horse, horses risk to which or cuatraet.eltel'tia the would cases be where the like manner make return as in the proceeding V I
Fish. t on the East by public land and en the or vehicle contrary to the ordinance, shall beminors property exposed section is directed under the like
lleadraau's Hay, tbs lowest point the was agreed to be iucurred by the if i pea ItJ. .
upon South, by Lot the of the owner
t5w I. a formerly property one parents or guardians shall be held Sec. 4. It shall be the of *
river suitable for a post, and tbe principal Girard Walton,measuring on St.George street liabie for the payment of such penalty as may hall appear tail such lou,capture, or destruct forthwith: make duty the tax collector I.
a return the
Jodian cranial place -tbe other to be I located North and South Lion was wirhout uuy fault or negligence on the- to mayor every :
Iti forty two feet and three inches; be imposed for a ,violation thereof. shop union where .... '
at Ibo Shoals, about fifty miles above East and West one hundred and sixty feet and E. D. GOULD, Major. part of the owner and any peraon who,without kept within the loo.b.aid city, and esorm.rtMndi3aare ahall also I
oo the same river. One ot) these is to bo six inches; and'oil tbu last, thirty nine feet and Attest D.' SEGUI Clerk.CAUTIOtf., shall any sustain such fault or negligenae sustained or port the names of those who have failed to nuke so- I .
damage by the deoth abandonment
three inches. I
garrisoned by a 'of tbe a return of their
regulars stuck in
company and loss of trade u aforesaid and
other volunteers It i. JOSEPH MANUCY, Exesutor. any aucuhorse, mule,or oat wake in it shall be the further I
by the intention 'of of
the duty the said tax cob
service
t July 13th, 1837. J0-3m. PERSONS are hereby forbd trusting aforesaid, in consequence of the fail.* !
the Goveruor to send Deadmar '. ALL lector immediately alter the said first of lane
to
troops ; wife on my account. as I am determined ate, ou the put of the United dtates to furnish day -
Bay to establish a camp at that place, not to pay any debts of her contracting.LUTHERLYEAMAN.. I the same with sufficient forage..ba11 be allowed or&a.lci to proceed to ascertain and make oat the amount "
abica Mill complete a cordon of putts upooibe Superior Court-East Florida. I and paid the value thereof.." due from each atorejor shop keeper

frontier, which, it U believed will betttfifient /tf tHAXCERY. St. Augustine, 19th, Ib37. 11-4w. To establish a claim! under this provision, it agreeably been made to, and the return,where returns shall haw
Peter Slttcb l I will be necessary produce the of where no returns shall have
the
to protect the inhabitants(rum the ) testimony been made be shall..
broads. of tb. savages during the summer. tI. >!. PARTiriOf.Ntlwminh LIST Oi1 LETTERS, officer or agent of the United 'titatea, who improved I to his best judgment, .tim.tehe end 1I.JDe'aceordi c
I
al'am Toe chain will be Brush,& others. ) in the Post Office St. or contracted for the service oU.e property assess a doable. tax .
of at such
the station delico
composed upon and
REMAINING mentioned in {uent, :'iva notice thereof to \
M.-tion of the Complainants Solicitor.and : such claim and also of theofficer ,
at DeaJraans Bay Clay LaadiagV; and two ON having been been made to b* Florida, on the 30th car under whose immediate command the the parts or parties, who may have the same
i Sfon the Sautaflo river,-one about eighteen affidavit,that Teresa Arredondo.and Louisa appear and I June 1837. Which if not taken out in same was employed at the time of capture, destruction corrected beoretbe mayor tf the same shall be ; '
stiles west of NerruanivUle, awls the other I IDd Tell..Faaio(iarlat'l Eliza: Mclntosb, Hen i three mcntht. will be sent to the General loss or abandonment;declaring in whit considered liable' objection if snapped shall
be made a
fcWuttbe, same distance east ofi it at t 101 I ry It. Sadlsr, Catherine Sadler; John 11. Me ; Post Office as Dead Letters.A. I II way the property was taken into the service of See 6.to That him in ten days thereafter.
n j.Mtwo of the roads leading from the south Ibtosh, Eliza D. Clinch, John H. Ala Peter Malone the United IStat,,', the value thereof whether or ordinance shall the' be pu a9ltsea pre Cflbed by this t. :
titd lototfh Clinch, Mary L, Clinch, Dnncau I not the risk which it would be exposed was pruMeuted end recovered
east of Jacksonville. !'he scouts from ; Darius Allen S L. L. Morse Esq. before lal judicial 1 officer
teem posts, and those Ocilla San Po-I L. Clinch, Jr. Henry A. Clinch, Catherine William IL Allen P. was agreed to be incurred by the owner,whether thereof. having eogaigance :
upon Clinch! Nicholas Clinch, George M. Clinch, I or not aa regarded horses mules or oxen,he .. ,
ere, and 11. John Patton ;ac. 6. That: the first : \
the Shoals iu
the 'and
higher up coat n'. eight bstatsubJoapb! Lawton, Daniel I J.A ,I engaged,to .uppI11h"| awe with anfficient forage >econd section of the
ordinance 1
trj if proper vigilance is used can repel Clarke, portion of the defendants in else above Lancaster Brown Samuel Presley, in what manner the Iou happened and is amending the ordinance which this! '
", attack and exterminate any stragglersftbo named suit, reside out of this Territory,and!some Comp. C. let Art. A. Don Jose Sisto whether or not it was sustained without any nance an amendment,and every part or laY ordi 1 t
may be lurking on the borders of tbe of them io the United Stales and some in the C. de la Peuoa. fault or negligence" on his part. coiiflctina- with this be aid ,be..m. are .
wikffienti. la addition to the posts above I West Indies. IT 18 ORDERED, that the said I Andrew Curtis 4b R. The sixth kecliou of the law enacts : collection hereby repealed of the and the said tax collcctor aka i

adOd fettUeaed, there is one at Mkanppy, ;ia absent defendants do sppear and aa.werthe said Artillery John P. Reed "That in all instances where a minor has been governed by the taxes provisions hart# provided. shall be :
tea Bstioo, and anoihpr at tilt prairie. iev. Complainants bill of Complaint, on or before Denis Collins, S. or ball be engaged in the military service of the inn march 1C33. cube ordinance j
the 20th day of September next, otherwise the United States and waa or shall be provided with j j ?
e aulea north of that' James Cross, Wm. Simpsoo.Com. E.
plere. bill will be taken them. a horse or equipments, or with D. Govto, Mayer, t
said j>ro cmfctto against military accoutrements Test \
It
is D. 1). 1st Beuaoo SIOVI
stated filled with C1k.
that tbe country is And it ia further ordered that rasa order be pub. Artillery by bis parent or guardian,and has diedor .
t tttKdieg parties, whose only object ap* I isbed once a week until the said 20th dry ol Ser;t. Thof. II. W. Alexander Steele shall die, without paying for said property
Pfs to be pleader! a I largo numbers of September next in the Florida Herald Dated Dickson U 8 A, 2 Comp. H. 3d Art. and the same baa been,or shall be lost,captnrea
fttUs bare! ,"t'STeo off Cato tae ladianttrrKer at St. Augustine this llth day of March 1837. Francis Dustin, George Shiverley, destroyed: or abandoned,in the manner before J\'U7'6CB.
y We consider this aa omen of ROBT. RAYMOND REID, Rev. Jh.O'Doancll. T. mentioned,said parent 01 guardian, shall be al! WILL DE. SOLD on the 3d Monday in .

sr4 fcftd iadieative of their tateatioa of Judge Sop. Court, Dist. E. F. E. Thee Judge of the lowed pay therefor on making satisfactory proof City ofi St., D'XIlt. o..81X the Court HUNDRED House in the I r+

k pro.dill to more decided acts of basil l- Copy Attest I Isaac Esterbrook, 2d I County Court aa in other cases, and the further proof thai be is NINETY ACHES OF.LAN I) AND
K. B. GIBBS. Clen. I entitled thereto by having furnished the ....." belonging to I
; :, Whence the necessity oftbis rapacity, Dragoons.. Mosquito. the taate of Hasar Dates hte if South Car
e.f$:+ ;cfrBstaot effort to accumuUte supplies, I: F. The Tax Collector, will 4puent therefore or in guardian addition to of such.a deceased minor olina,dee.-situated ia St.Johns CMintv about ..

stt *& tateaUoas of tbe ladiaas are amicable, No ttice.TO James Fernham: Mosquito plicable to his claim as is previously testimony described ap, eight miles south ur said rite,sod oa the west
'Ad they have Comp.,G.I si Art. Williba E' Turker side of M&tanzas River being a part of she .. I
declared oo friendly terms ALL WIiWlT MAY CONCERN, Ia. have to furnish proof that he provided the minor '
-ap &e whites. No wo believe when especially the Creditors, Heirs, Legatees Spanish Town Esq. with the property thereto mentioned I that the tiaet of90 acres, formerly owned by Don ...
, ..,.have completed this only remaining IUd all others interested in the Estate or !Monsieur\ Gal let, James Thomsod.Co. minor died without paying for such property : drolliudaJ B.Gould awU-by order of the Hon. a. ,

",.'. -la their "..tI, the y will again of CAROLINE EUZA MclIARDY. dec'di Thomas R. Crier F, lat Arty and that he,the parent or guardian, .is entitled tas/dsbts,ef Judge Mid Estate.CUAKLEB of the.County Coot, toafttlaiV I t

.......ac. their work of piHage burning The subscriber administrator of said estate, in. James Goodtog, V. 10 payment for it,by his having furnished the DOWNlNG.-Xdm'r. I
114asnm.. I tends to apply to the lodge of the County COOT II, V. II. Vision, same. St. Anguitiue'Usy S9ih. J837. .
for the County of St.Johns at the session ofuid I Richard Harvey, 'V.I The seventh section or the law enaetst
x e alt tIC call Dosses ht Court to be holden at the dtl or dl. Augustine I James Horn, Comp. Jacob Ward, That in all instances where any person, other
Everyaa 001 than a minor,has been shall be Zr2w X\)tke.
second of or
w in said scanty oaths Monday October engaged
io "y W.der,tt-a!fie CUI.r next,for a dischargeTrom his administratorship A, let Artillery Sergt. D. William in the military service aforesaid, and has been THE Subscriber" will attend to the .c..aa .
Mai* j jt f1tJ: elan Ollh'to nIp bk satfibbor I of said estate and will then and there prate Omega Lagrange. son, Coirp. C. 4th or shots be provided with a bone equipments bit Prcfouioo in the Coarse kv. t '
se b accounts with said estate, and vouchers, and J. Latham Art'y.M. or with military accoutrements, by any person, io the! Diiitct of East Florida. -
*, "Z7 au tad woman Hlkt &q ass make a final settlement of the same. I Ser;'&.S. S. Wallet the owner thereof, who has risked or shall take D.\V. \VUITEHUUT.-
I |f tsey CM1 WILLIAM WILLIAMS.. Wilfiam Mclnnis; the risk of such hone, equipments or military All'
E arcs E McHardy dee. ELIAS WALLEN P. M. accoutrements oa himself and the same has been as u.:
jiTi! .:*?reteataUva in eoaitese and ia 1837.Adnt'r August 19.
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ANOftDINANCErrrtatmf Jotbtpatro& of the b fenlulltl.and: it shall be the duly of said ,Kay AiaOUUNAJCCE
**.* : v'''jIe''r Ceurt er the D'.. 'Superior. Court of the birtrici City of kt..Augustine. Kid: city directed as above pro idld, against meat af a''Tllan"pmlilia for t ,Ii'ouh. .Ii.:..

.,rlel.r BR.t' florid a. of East Florida. Whereas it U iiecesAry and .expedient lot- I very such delinquent,requiring him to>> appear tine.Ji. e ,M.... Ai';:
.. flie good government of the City of IS:. Augustine before the said blayor a& such time at bo shall
MORT.
JUO/.T- rdataedh At r
JpETIT/ON TO: FORECLOSE A PETITION. TO 'FORECLOSE ?" the safety of the inhabitant thereof "the designate, and show cans, if any be baa or can #of Sa A......%jftfc|
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'. GAGE. GAGE fine should,not be assessed
preservation of the public moral, "and the prevention show why a against bo .appointed aanaaqj by tb*
said
.. .. trrm named in the petition. that aregulatrandellicientpatrol be established 1 be sulficientprlme face evidence of sucji delinquency before entering upon the tftoebaftt*f city oV

.' James Williams, (Trustee of Mary Williams' ) .. ftrUI' therein by tb 'laor and Aldermen of#aid city. : < orbit office, Eau give ai Uad ja tba
: and Herman Stomp. .Diax FLEIIC _AI. Wherefore it is hereby ordained by the said See. 1.. Be it further ordained. That it the of one thousand dollars pith tats BM-J

:mjOTlCK} IS HEREJJY GIVEN. That in &*OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai con.PI '. Mayor and Aldermen, That :every white maleinhabitant person so appointed to command said patrol, and sufficient surety or imtt.es,, to erai be ,...
.111 conformity with the act of tho Legislative formsbly lo the act f the Legislative Council of said city over sixtceaand not exceeding shall neglect or refuse to perform alive any of the ,by the said Aiayer and Aldermen, 'eo .
I lib De- of shall! be liable to do duties required of him by this act, hesball on con-
e. S Council of this Territory-approved ; of this -'e"itor1, approved llth December siltyyoars age for the faithful peribrreaaee elUaoae....
''ceoaber IdJ4.euUlled, "An act to regulate: the.a 1834. entitled "an act to regulate the foreclosureof tvdrol duty,therein. vict on'bef"re the said Mayor, beNined in any Sec 2. BtitftrtAcifTlat* .That aD___ 4e
I'oreeltfflUre mortgages, by tho Court*of Common Mult, ;;csb the courts -Common1 Law of Sec.:!. Be it further ordained,That the mayor sum not less than five dullarsr nor more than Which have heretofore beeped ruder 1
Law of its* Territory,and for other purpose this Terrttorv,and for other purpose,"a petitionuftho of said City shall cause every such White male twenty dollar*; aud if any other member of said may hereafter be collected for the all ...
," m petition uf tbeplaiutitTm& the above cause r nlaiilin"*in the above cause, ha been duly inhabitant to be enrolled for such duty and that patrol'(who shall have been notified in manner fit of tbe said city.shall bo paid over "lit
ins ben duly filed in the Clerk' OiKco of thu filed in the Clerk' Office of the Superior Court said may or be authorized and required to cause aforesaid; shall ceglcct: or refuse to perform all, surer thereof. !
Superior Court for this District, to be held "i fur this diatiict to be held in the city of St. Au- not less tbau ten of the aid white male inhabitant or any part of tho duties required ot him by thus | tSec.3. JJc ilfruticrm.ia&tI, 1.bab \., ..
tine Citr of St. Augutmc ill which ;petition tbel4.idaud which said petition the tenemen.1 to be detailed for each and every flight to act or shall misbehave.himself: or disobey any | be drawn Irons the Trella" o.wc .
Uneuieut idortf aged by the defendant gmortgaged by theaid defendant lo the aaid plain. perform patrol duty within the limit of laid. city. drder of the laid coulUandant.orirthe conunaii* ce pi oar appropriations made by'tbe Mats9Ald
u the plaiutuT, are particularly described and lairs,are particularly described and setforth. Tho Sec. U. Be it further ordained that the aid ant of his squad he shall on conviction, : as a* ruieu aforesaid : and that allerdtfscL1 4-
et forth. The mortgage is dated tho Ititli of No. mortgage is dated the 10th Ootub I 18MJ J and mayor shall. appoint some suitable person from ore.aid, be tined in any sum isut le.s than two 1!. payment ol'money by the aaidTrsasa .. ;1..
'. w.uaber.lttltJ. and wee I liable to foreclosure- made liable to foreclosure: after the lapse ol seven among those thus detailed, to command the seam dollar nor more than ten dollars: and for the |! be signed by UM said mayor, aDd r-1 '
.. er Ihe lapse of three year. from the date. The from the 2u"th September Itf:rJ. 'the fur the time being who shall be obeyed and 'bll- nun payment of any such tins aud the costs of!I by the Clerk of the Board.
property mortgaged i.i described in the mortgage yeai property mortgaged ia* follow:-" peeled accordingly and said Mayor shall furnish prosecution, iho defendant may be taken and I||I Sec.4. B*ilftnkr9rdied,Tbtit iLfl ,
c as "a tract of land in Graham's Swamp, near .1'hatcretainhouteandlotofgruundlying, and him with a list ot the men who, compose his patrol committed to prison until said tone and costs shall the duty of said Treasurer to render in y
I the dividing line between the counties of tit. being in the city of Augustine, in Hospital at least twenty four hour before the lime when be paid miles ho shall be sooner discharged by ; quarterly of all moneys which shall 'If
John and Mosquito,bounded on the Eat by the Ward fronting on the street formerly known a 1 the said patrol shall be required to meet; who order of the.aid Mayor and Aldermen: or exec- I lund Treasurer a* aforesaid* CVIIJt..h' t

' Tread leading to the lauding, north by Gou. Her* Royal street: now called Charlotte street, bounded shall cause his men to be duly notified at I least lion"may be iued.snd the amount of the judg. I I Sec.5. lIe it farther nUiat4" That ".,
t sander, west by vacant laud, and out itll by in front on the well by said street, and in twelve hours before the said time. men ;pried and made cf the good and Chantl'l|I Treasurer shall be allowed two arm 1 bait
*. George F. Clarke,containing by MI latdy s.urvey. the rear on the cast, by a Jut belonging to the zcc.4: Ue it further ordained that the person oftho.lcrJaot.. Provided that where pen. ]I cent upon all money received by -.ia1a is ,
;w .five hundred acres, together with. sugar null late Daniel Hulbcrt ; ou the north by a lot now thus appointed command said pat ol,shall have alty whipping i i.by tin act present ed against I I[, and a percent npon all sum tlil.... .
Ao.&c.", I or 1 late belonging to Juan Jose Botquot and ..unI power to keep Ibo men under his command ill any slave, tree negio, mulatto or other colored l him a*a full compensation his serried. l '
''be said pelitoin sets.forth that said property I thcuouthby properly lately belonging to the good order, audio cave them to demean themselves person, the sentence may be commuted, on the Passed December 1, I8"JO.
t bt" spice the data of the first mortgage, been heirs of Chri.lobat Bravo,and now the property properly during their term of service,'and payment eta fine of not less than.two dollar nor I t:. 0.. COULD lit
twice mortgaged to Herman Stump, to secure aft'' e heir tiaiuuel; Cook,containing, in front that it shall. be bis duty to du so ;and that ho may more than twenty dollar, together with the I Tea, BERNARDO 8EGUl,Clet 1tt. L
I certain sums of money therein mentioned or rear twenty, Spanith varasand on each lido! divide them into as many squad ahe may deem costs of prosecution. And provided a.o.! that ,
The said first Mortgage to John 11. l'race.VD' seventeen and a lull*Spanish varas. expedient and to appoint'sotuo member of each aid mayor shall not be entitled to any cost in AN OUDINANCE creating the .pPGia... -
s given to secure the payment: of thirty three bun Also, that lut of land and house thereon in the squad command: suuie, who shall be obeyedand prosecutioncommenced under this act,but that I' City bl,1t.bat and for other purposes, .
Uredaud eighty slue dollar, with legal interest city of>;t. Augustine, in Barrack Ward, bounded respected accordingly, and shall ha\e power,, all such cost as he would be entitled to charges:. I Be it ordained by the Mayor aad AI&. ...
'thereon aenu-auouahy,amounting up to the Itith on the noun,by the lot belonging to the late and it shall be his dUly.10 preserve order suitings! shall bo taxed up in favor of the said city, and the City of St. Augustina, That then..
I i of May 1837. to $WlG 2.J-IOUth.. {;ul. J. U. Forbe; on the South: by UarrackSt. this men under his command and shall outbeing paid into the Treasury thereof. | appointed a fit and competent Police It ., JI
The said parties defendant, now residing out on the east by a lot lately belonging to Anthony : furnuhed with a list of his men, by the commandant Sec.: 13.: Be it further ordained That any per known as the city marshal whose data k k
..f this Territory, notice is hereby given of thu Proctor and on the west by George's Street, of the patrol gnu them the requisite notice sou liable to do patrol duty by virtue of this act, be, under direction of tbe Matorte
filing of said petition and that on the second.Monday measuring, worth and south, nineteen vara aud of the time of meeting.\ may; relieve himself therefrom by furnishing an t I into and report nuisances sod all yie...eai
of March or as soon thereafter a*counsel : two I feet,and east and west, ;wcuty nine rates, Sec. 0. lie it further ordained that the said able bodied substitute,but such person shall' be the city ordinances, to collect Ustimonys J
can be beard at tbe regular term of the aid the Mid house and lot, being at the .date of laid patrol shall, (unless otherwise directed by the liable fur any neglect or refusal of his substitute and prosecute under the direction ef Aidl.. ....'.
Couit.application will be in dc\5u the part of mortgage,occupied by the family l oftJcorge Andervoii said lID)or and Aldermen,) meet aid o'clock, i'. to discharge all or any of his duties, and fur every I|Iall offences agai nst the city,and also to< r
the petitiuner for a judgment of 'foreclosure of EI< .aid mortgage and such legal proceedings as AUo,that: certain tract or lot of ground in tIle head quartets, aud where that portion of the pa. conduct of such substitute as though he bi inset led by the City Constable. Tbe said .!?.I t
.. ., OilY be required to sell the said property mortgaged city of tiu Augustineknown by the name of trol \\'huma, not fur the time being bo oil active wa! guilty thereof, and the said stiUlitiie shall 1 .nil and ball! also be charf td whb sadISi. I
fol tbe benefit of the 'parties 'itgaljy. entitled Southern lot,,bounded on the west, by Carlota dutyshall remain during the night, and that said also bo liable. therefor to the same penalties u his i. charge all the duties of city. BKSfeafer 1
to the proceeds of the inme. street; on the north by a lot,called central lot;on patrol tthull. remain on duty until broad daylight IJri IIclllal. I t clerk of the market and ,ball b ire hk S f
JOHN H.lUICE, the east by the waters of the haibor and on tho on the next morning. fccc. II. Ue it further ordained,'fhallhe said I I upon the Mayor at such tires as UI1 't
.. Bv his Attorney; outh by a swell alley or lane measuring in fronton I Sec. U. Be it further ordained that the commandant Mayor may with the advice and consent of,the I t think necessary and expedient sod ski safe-.y I
'J r DOWNING & BROCKENBROUGH. Carlota street seventy three feet and in t of the patrol shall on meeting, divide said Aldermen. for good tca_" ,hen,remit all e r r'meetings, of Council and be in ...*..tIN
August 1st lea;, depth, four hundred and fillY feet down to low j tho same, as near as may be convenient into twe any part of said lines and penalties, or excuse I I such meeting, to di>charga soeaetast! *
> "" water mark. equal panic, one of wbtcliahall be placed on ac any person kern the performance of patrol 1'as l t may be required of him under UM orden JZ I
l ..VOTMCJK. And 11&0. all that certain lot of ground.m Ho I live duty uuul one o'clock .l. Al.\ and the other duty dispense with the patrol altogether, i il f: Mayor and Council. i
PERSONS indebted James-Veihain& pital ward city of St.: Augustine, bounded ou the shall remain at said council room subject to the the mil-itaty authorities shall take such uiea--1 'l'b.taid City M irshal,bill receive sa us, f
F ALL. of Alachua county, deceased, are requested west in fronton Charlotte street on the south I order_ of_ the commandant of said-- patrol.. when surer as in their opinion to reuder it nun', al 1 halary of one .hundred! dollar, to U .
to make payment. Those having claims by a lot and premise occupied(a the date of the they shall relieve ,tho party on active duty eary, and that this ordinance shall always I' quarterly ; and shall also be eatided U',- 1
, of anf suture aain.&be estate of.aid decedant, mortgage) by William Levingstun, on tho north who on being' achieved: shall repair of receive a liberal construction but the first and same fees fur the service ofproccstss ts sst
are required present them fur settlement with by narrow lane.which separate it from property aid room and remain. there subject Ibo like or second sections the reef shall not be construed {owed by law to County Constable!
r m twuyelrorthey will be barred. ,by opera- ,at the date of the mortgage, owned and occu dcr,until discharged ill,ho morning and:it shall: to extent, to any person who. may have been uius- \| Sec, 2, And lie it fanberordaiaed.Halt
tbu of a statute in such case provided.MALACHI pied by the said Dirk FleUchtuan! ; and on the bo the duty of the ullieer, who shall be in com tired into the military wee art the United State i: of five dolllars shall be imposed upon t&si
HAG AN, Adna'r. east byAlatanza river. maud al/said room to cause a light to bo kept or of this Territory, until he shall have been discharge i f City Marshal for every neglectofduty rea 1'l
I And abo till that lot of ground, in said city of constantly burning there and to tike charge of, from such service; of bun by the exiting ordinance*,er nkicb .,
tf&miHiatrator's Sale. Augustine, hounded (fronting cast on St.I und l ecp safely! any negroes, mulatto**, or other b'cc. 15. Be it further ordained That all ordi- hereafter passed.
jcorge Street, ten Spanish >alu. and ill depth coloured person,and nil disorderly person,who tianccs.atid parts ordinance heretofore in force Sec. 3. Aud be it further ord.iaed.Tba
IN VlKTuLulm order of the Judgo of the forty ..IX8 fOil', bounded on the north t. by the airy be arrested and brought thero by any of said in this city, relating to parolsor to patrol duty, marshal. before entering upon tba dnuas
County Court for the Couuty of Mosquito, house And lot of Juan Gianoply 'south by the ([latrol. be and the amo are hereby repealed, and that office shall give bond 'totweitjsf&!
,, I will oiler fur sale; at public auction in the city of homo of Antonio Baya cast by :St. George:*< Sec. 7. Be it further ordained that said patrol this ordinance shall be in force from and after its Auguntiue" in the penal sum of Iwo kaasjii
dt. Augustine on the nut Monday of JuiMf next Streetand west by the house and lot of-AntonioPons shall have power and they are hereby authorizedto paisasc. F. WCCDONf:: Alayor.Junc23J i ii dollars for the faitblul performance of
all the Ieice ur parcel of lAud containing &UO deceased. I enter into any disorderly house vessel orboa i 'awed I according to law. .. a
.acres more labeling ihu southern part of a And alas, all that lot ground in the said city I where they shall have reason to l believe l that: any See. 4- An be it further ordaiJa Ting 1rdineuees I
tract of land containing 1500 acre, originally of St. Augustine; bounded a* follow -' Un the slave or slave are harboured trailicked or dealt parts of : contrary tststue t
, granted to Ambrose Hull by the SpanUti, Gov south by an alley, on the north, by alot of the I with whether Iho saute may be occupied by white City Ordinances. intent and meaning of His ordiaaacs
\, ? eminent, iltuated, near New Smyrna, in the heirs of Mateo Gerad3rt1Ulla, on thceat,by a lot persons or olhcraud to apprehend disorderly An OKDlNAi\CK requiring the draining 0 lie same are hereby repealed. ,
County of Mosquito, in'what was (itiownTurutiuU' a* i of the heir of Andrea llenienns;'and on the persons who may be found therein, and take them Maria Sanchez: Creek. Pawed 2Clh Jane, 1t. c cI
4 wet swamp. west by a lot of iho e tato of Michael Crosby to said room and detain them thero until they Be it ordsiucd by the Mayor and Aldermen ot-f r' E. (: Vsm.Test. .

E ALSO, measuring in front,east and weal, fifty seven and can be taken before the said mayor: and that the the City ul"t5t. Augustine, That person ownin f I.Stcci, OILO.
All that piece or parcel of Land,containing half feet and in depth south/and north, sixty feet commandant of said patrol or of the person arrekting lute bordering:upuu or through which the said -
220 sties*, mare or lew,being the southern part more or less. I such slate ur slates, ur disorderly person creek, called Maria Sanchez creek within the I AN ORDINANCE toamtnd an Onlisaaeentitled.
.r portion eta tract vf Laud aUo granted to Ambrowt I And aUo a certain tract of land containing i or persons hall report to the said Mayorthe. limit of said city may run, shall open the same .'an ordin.aa to regular lb Bxxty.
to 1 Hull, conlt&lUIIIIIIN: acre, situated at four hundred and four acre, ..itui next morning under oath,,the cause of their cap I opposite to or upon their respective lot, *o that I granting and issuing licences for rttahqof
Now and bounded uted III the County of St.: John, Teuitory taro and detention; and it shall bo the duty of said I hu name may bo properly druiued, mind if anu ( a spirituous, vinous aud other intejiemj
on the Smyrna.Worth by Mosquito laud. belonging County' to the tatato olMaty .1.riJ. ... d..,...' ..... .r W,. 0.8 _'. a-.,. M"J'M t. ......,.. .... .Iaa VAlllOllVU Ugaill .ii |iti ou .11.11 sacs due notice from the tad liqiturr, within the City of J
Dunham, doc having fur its ..oulhcriiboiiudary I now in the ccunty of Mosquito ; the lirt liar all such slaves or disorderly persons, and on conviction Mayor aud Cpuncil neglect to du an, U shall be I for other purpose-" rU.uluJ
the outherti boundary line of the aid running nortlr. thirty cast, sixty chain* from a to pianists them if white person by a fine the duty of the said Mayor and Council to cause I BH it Jvinvd l> AUeroeic
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frost of 1120: acre and fronting on the IlitUbo I cypress to ;a'pine tree ; second hnexoutii seventycast not exceeding five dollar each nor less than. two the same to be opened as aforesaid: at the proper 1 the City aforesaid 111 it b.lawfsl

tuagh ...._..__ thirteen,to pine ; third line north sixty dollar each., ur bv-I -iuitiri--, _.,-aiiiuciit n not_. .I In__**_ than...__ cost and charge ol the owner or owners of such any dealer inany ,.iuuu.. spirituous,waft t
t I'1. f four cast, fifty to a'pine;.fourth line south fifty twelve nor moro lhau thirty six hour or to commit lot or ioU, the said cost and charge to be recur other intoxicating liquor bv the bottle qvuttr
west/ixty to an ash; sixth line formed and bounded ur recognize them to before the red of such owner or action of
Adm'r 1.1.:: .\. II uU. appear Superior: owiierby, an litany larger quantity t&be drink io lea
2'Jd. March c37.Superior by said lake Court at the next term thereof to answer aid alump sit before the said Mayer any suchju-, house or chop or in npon or about .her
The aforesaid tenement, mortgaged afore charge,aadifslaves, free negroesandwulattoes. lice ot! the peace residing in said city, together premise*,or to permit any sues ,i L.
I 1 raid,are .ubjcct to a previous assignment made or other coloured person, u* cause them to bo with n'fiy per cent damage*thereon. I OUt mala or other intoxicating liquor; l t sttlu
.- ('olli'l-Sollt-mrll by the said Diik I'leiabuandated K'th October punished by whipping, not exceeding thirty ne Sec. U. lie it further ojdaiucd. ;That. if the own a penalty, (ra white or fret tile
ley5to bit trustee Davis Floyd, Edward: R. tripoj upon tits or her bare back, and any house ei or owner* of any such lot or lot shall be nonresident t ed person) of twenty' dollars for every ssttct.I .
District of Florin. :(Gibson William II. Simmons and Geo.Gibbs, where spiriou: vinous, or other intoxicating liquor having IM agent iu said city er if having to be recovered before iaideyi
p ? all of whom then resided iu the city of St. Augustine I *, may be retailed: or any other trading olUatlic such agent the said agent shall refuse to'comply I any Jcstice of the' telh10rOr.
IN CHANCERVVm j intent for the benefit of the creditors of :i ma> be carried on, in which any slave thai with the provision contained in the first clauseof half to the use' ef the Pece. ; tl.fc.
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Marvin
John Al. Fouuinc, France 1 the said Dirk Fleishman for debts due on the j be found the without section ai CI.D t
during night season, written ihe foregoiaf thou it shall be lawful to the ue of saJiit
Delespine. tibphia Wallace G. 1;. Wallace any person may
France I date of said assignment and after tho payment i authority from 'his or her muster, mistress, fur the said Mayor and council llo cause the said cover the said and ira skive,
tilda Dele.Delespioe.inc. Henry Eiuiline Delespinc Ala of the same,the surplus amount of the said property overseer or employer, or in Inch any slave or creek to be opened and properly! drained through t nine stripes, lo enAJl. upon ais er tf ,
Deiesptoe Josephine Delespiue, Joseph Deles assigned as aforesaid, was to go to the slaves, free negroes or nmlaioes, or other ,dpersons such lot or lots and to sell so much thereof at back npon conviction before the said
pine,John Drysd&Ie Archibald Delespine Clark Alary Michael* mortgages aforesaid, if any amount should bo ,shall at any time bo found loitering or;jn public auction to the. highest bidder, on after giving any such Justice drli Peace. )11
Lazarus,Timothy Street. due to them. which any breach of the peace shall take placeor thirty! days notice ol such sale income pub. Passed. in 17. {
The following tenements are included in the whenever white vr or lie printed in said will be sufficient Marc
T APPEARWG FROM AFFIDAVIT any person person persons newspaper city; as E. B. .liajir.
\ I that all the above usmed defendants said mortgage and which are not subject to the shall be l found associating drinking or gam to pay tho cost and charges of opening Test D. 8EGU1 Clerk. _
except said assignmen -to wit: bling with negroes, mulattoes air other colored and draining together with fifty per cent.thereon
HearDeleipine.. reside witboutthe Southern All that certain house and lot of AN ORDINANCE to amend -An Ur
ground,in laid or where belting or gambling fur and all costs. provided always that the
ad fetal District of persous any owner
Florida and that
they all rotde for the City ef fit. Af
within the Eastern District the three City of St. Angustine bounded'orth and East: money or any other thing shall tako place (II owner of any lot or lot so sold or any part I'I'reioltinj.tlt
1836
except by lots belonging to Brigsda Gomez; south by a cither in the day time, or night portion thereof redeem the .
last n'med.ha reside within the season or may same byif>ay- **
United States, Be U ordain the and Alder
lot the heirs of Antonio ly Mayor
belonging to Alien Indwelt t
but out of the Tot ritor, and.that the bill iu the shall bo deemed and taken to be a disorderly ing to the purchaser: or purchasers at any time St. Augustine,That .0 much first."
cause is filed. OaoeacDthat by Charlotte street. And Also alt hat house within the intent of this act aud the licensa within twelve mouth. after such sale the full ort
the said defen of the &**
Ordinance which this
to aac |
certain tractof land situated in the of
: AIo
county fur the same for either of said
keeping cause oft
may amount with
dants the purchase together
tut three
except named appear aud quito, iu the Territory Florida, in what i i.called money as .uhjeca..frl white.male inhabitaatjb tm|
and .
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answer said bill within two months after the be revoked and
AIcDougair Black Swamp, and bounded a* and white lersullh.u..found apreciating dri ti all .ub1 theage.or.iltcea sixty years, f&f ]
which
first publication of this order and that the any : tluent'expenlc. the said purcha-:
three *
follcws the marked bo, and the same i* hereby repssko, J
at W ty
;beginning pine Y Al
last named defendants and the ; ling betting 01 quarrelling: with any negro mulatto i i ser or purchaser: may have incurred by opening
appear answer {
said bill within four mouths after the first first line runs couth, thirty five degree eur. or other colored person who shall: be'deemed I and draining such lot or lots together with the hereafter every such person between tl]
U&bte
publication measuring one hundred and fifty four chains, within the intent and sixteen and fifty year, shall b l l |
a disorderly mean- addition of hundred
of this order otherwise the raid bill bo tattoprooofaio. person 'I one per cent upon such expen.es. *
twelve link. to another with trot duty in ,
tho city.
] pine saute lag of this act and shall be treated: accordingly.Sec. alC
And it is further ordered. thai this order be mark or letters; second line runs north sixty I y. lie it further ordained That it shall t'nned in Council Qfhli Murrh_ 1R.TTK. See. 2. further oraDed.That sq'
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four degrees cast,measuring ono hundred and lie the of this of the second section of I
duty mayor on complaint made .
published once a week in tho Florida Herald, four chains and twelve links : : B.GOULDAlayor. quires the !toped
311)ortodetail
fifty ten
h published in St. Augustinefor four bounding on before bins or whenu'er may have reason to bOoliou Test II. SEGUI Clerk. I person
months., consecutive Uio land (torwcrlyof Don Robert Alcllardy that any person or.pcr&ous hato: violated! patrol duty every Dibt be aad tie ass.lwf
Dated December, 1830. to a tree. notched tune; thence Uio third lino any of Uio}lru\"uioIH'Ctho.luuer clause of the by repealed, aod Mayor is aa&SR*
JAltdVEUO.., runs north,thirty five degrees \vetonc hundred next preceding section of this act to issuohis proces Notice.To and required hereafter to detail (I pri
; Judc and fifty four chain, twelve licks to a sufficient number of white mala i
'J A Cop a pine with forthwith in the name.of the city of St. ALL
WHOM
IT AiAY CONCERN
J bur! notches;thence with jhe lands of Don Oo directed any.constoblo in said lid city, not exceeding ten, Drl. tbaa to
A. A. M. Jackson Augustine : city
Clerk. the Creditor Heirs
lavius Alitchel;the fourth I Ilao run south sixty such especially Leg And should circumstances, opt
requiring or to boo
person persons appear and all other interested in
ateee the Estate of
five degrees west one hundred and four the Captain of any Patrol,require an
; fifty fore the mayor and aldermen at such time a*the
a City Taxes for I *37. chain and twelve links,to the beginning, rou- said mayor shah designate to *be,,.' cause why of CAUOLINi: ELIZA MellARDV. dec'd ; force for the suppression of riot, rood w a'
UNDERSIGNED: taming by'sttivey, two thousand three hundredand The' subscriber administrator of said estate in. lawful assemblies daring the cig&t M***** .
e hereby notifies all lass her or their icence should not be revoked and
THE tend the of
to to Judge the
ueera ", that he has commenced receiving seventy fivo.acres of land,bo the same more pronounced null and void aud the said apply County Court shall call upon a sufficient number ofl&B
the City Taxes fur the or less. mayor for the County of St.Johns at the session of said to and assist him in the discharge ef W .
current shall also issue all be
year (1837): subpeonas which no a
may Court to bo olden at the city of
and will continue to receive them until she first And Also, All that certain tract of land con cessaryon: behalf of said city or wished on behalfof in said the second St. Augustine aae the ordinance t which this l.-
t, 0(July next; af er which period the City Ordinance taming one thousand and seventy five acres, sit the defendant defendant Couaty: on Monday of October _
will be enforced aain.ulI defaulters. lie uate in the county of St, John's, in bo Territory Sec. 8: Bo it further ordained That it shall next fur a discharge from bra administratorship Sec 3. Bo it further ordaiaed;'tt*
further notifies th se persons who have neglect aforesaid,at the place called Jack Wright', near be the duty of said patrol and of, each member ofuid estate and will then and there presen or may and ho I i hereby .. t pbs*
.d to make the return o( their stock in trade the river St.John,and bounded north by Trout thereof arrest all slaves free tnulat- his account with said .estate and voucher, and with the patrol altedr. whMI
and of their in accordance Creek;souUijby I'icolataCreokcast by land of negroes make a final settlement of the sme. of opinion *d1J'
negroes with the City toe*and other colored persons who may bo WILLIAM ttt.il tft
U. 1VILLIAMS.Adams' .
t will Dr. T. Travers, or formerly his lands tify such 1cr'
and
Ordnance that he extend tho time until ; west found iu the streets after the hour of Nine o'clock muar.
p tbe IUth last., on which day, the books' will be by said river. 1'.1 Al without a from some white of C. E, Mcllard'dec.. E B. GOULD,Msj.
All which the aforesaid pass person March 7. 1837. 45Um. Attar Jos. S tsar
closed and the fine will imposed. property and premises duly authorized tu give it and to take teem to t 81.CID rk. pro _
Those in arrears for City Taxe,or for rent from the beginning of this notice, were mortga their respective homes owners employers or AIAYOK'S OFFICE (
t City I lets or houses, tie requested tb come forward ged as aforesaid to secure the due payment of to detain theoi until the next morning and Aucwixc., 29th July. 1837. ( THE
and pay them,to prevent fu ther expense certain debts duo from tho said Dirk Fleischman I Ian them to the said mayor. report THE MAYOR announces to bis fellow-cit- HERALF,
IU may be found at his office in the Cour the aforesaid petitioner, amounting In the' Sec. 10. De it further ordained that it shall be that under the orders of the City FLORIDA
House from 0 to 12 aud from 3 to 5 o clock dai- whole,together with lawful interest thereon upI I the duty of the commandant of said patrol to Council that circumstances have arisen, which, rUBlllU

f? totheilGindayof September, 1830, $13,371, obey all such direction of said mayor. as may in bit opinion, will justify him in suspending the EVERY IYED.NESAAY. .
.cEO. PHILLIPS, 24-lOOtbi, at any time be given him for the conduct of said operation of the ordinances h in relation to patrol, .
Asrisstr and Tax Collector. The said Dirk Fleischman now resides oo* not inconsistent with this or otherlaw and that consequently they will not be detailed aTA.
St.Augustmettu8 June, 1837. yond the limits of jurisdiction of this Court patrol in the Territory of Florida. any for that service from this time unless the public 3 Xe

--, -- -, -- -, that Isle say without the Territory of Florida tiec. U. Be it further ordained, That: it shall exigencies shall require it. Hereafter that duty ao1
and a suit has this day been brought in the Superior will bo performed by the of local militia AT
LAW NOTICE. bo the duty of tho commandant of the company
patrol to
Court for this District to be ANNUIL
held in the which has been organized with special reference FIVE PER
: UOVNINGVILIJAal make a report in writing, to the said Alayor,with DOLL'
II. City of St. Augustine and on the second .
CHARLES Mon and
to the protection defence of the City of St.Angustine. ADT15CJ.ADTXATISEIIXIITS
in nine hours after he shall have dismissed his rATABXJB HALF TKAELT 15
having associated of March
tbe .
day : next, at regular to m of the .
&efflssJvea in. the practice of Law, will practice said Court, will be patrol stating therein the name of cvery member
application made, on the The Mayor,for himself the Board of Alder
C in the Courts of the Eastern District of Florid, oft the-said petitioners for a judgment of foreclo part who shall have failed neglected, or refused to I menand in behalf tenders his thanks '5. lnserled 110 f
ad the Court oi Appeal at Ta1lah..... Let. sure of the said mortgage,and such legal procee pel form his duty,as required by this act or who to his fellow citizens ofthopubue lot tho, 'and per square, for the first I /
tfri+addressed to them at St. Augustine.; l:. F. dings as may be required to sell the said proper shall have been guilty of any disobedience or cheerfulness that has been so generally promptness stedinacquittnpthemselveso ty Cents for etch iae. or(dartaf the session of Congress)' to. Charles ty mortgaged for the benefit of the mortgage disorderly conduct while under his command, those obligation geradvcrtkemfiatiia profortioo a a

Dewnief, Washington City,will rec iva prompt JOHN RODMAN, refused slating-particularly what duty was neglected, or which we all alike owe to one another, and t. one will be eoasldered_ than. :
be and the miscondoe
a1.at..... to performed, t or
Arty for the I'clltiol1erl. inn
Country. A discoaatsiadetO'tlieftwbs>
Si. ...... ,July :20th, 1337. 12-6n "R.pt. 18ah. 1836- disobedience of which any member may have E. GOULD, Msyor. .

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