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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: January 24, 1839
Publication Date: 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: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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P 95r. TQ OF 'T .c : procured si is frequenUy the"case, as abasis only "PROSP. r', :l2iE ,, 'J. : 7nQ. ,y tented brttlge'in piece.jiiswbereitcrossed! >!1."'j: .': '.

t *' L. I"r'.I for,toe.operations stock-jobbers _aad_specujalators. I -_.- thn-deepeit and.mosidsngeiouspart. of tbapu'qd. > ; .J' ,

RAJ1, .: .' x' ? t, ,I' TOWN or .'...JOHWs. : This \Ta.done and everything ;1' .. < '.. ,1
I PD tOOT8&11)UOCUT'oI. _' '. '
'. .\V.b l'adoptedth.m tlo Printipla**d tie ; ; apparently as bet found It.. The expected ; : .
,., As our Tiile'Page indicate*,wieflter4n1 People.- In our endeavor conform to itr-in the THE Town' cisi' J hoa\ IS situate on.th i day 'arrived. ,. th'roogrrgaiioipaceji! themaelvesln -' '. ; : ,
:.. ,bawslage iu oar editorial carter. Hitherto %fe adherence we; have iUZh'ttoPrinciPI.aDdth, of the noble,KhertiU-John*, East .' '
: > ,: :* b*.* .gh;to contribute our mite'l in the promo*' Support we have given 10 the cause of the People honda, about.five miles above its juuciiuu with amphitheatre: abe surround 'f' ,' .04 .
; tioa of such objecuja; were calculated to advance we have encountered threatening difficulties/ the sea aud twenty mile below the town uf Jacksonville i ungslopes.anc'I the preacher appeared at the ," I' I .

Jt,1' oorTenitory in popa"thtD'aad prosperity; and Many wrongs have suffered in the encounter; and thirty.five'.oiiics north 'of.tiu. Augustine. edge of the water Preiently be raised blaT' ., ,1

"I II' :." < If we have failed to accomplish all we could havedesired but these. and more we .will patiocily endure iu Tb.. ueuest point where it could be stentoiianvoiceind. at he pasted,his inviti i ./t5r.i'

\* for the public goad, it baa 'not be )/(Or. the' causft of 'truth. An attempt however it possible (o establish waterlog place- of any im- .. Me bridge! ; with a step apparently unearthly I ., : 1.

"!: want of aa honest,sod enxioni eolicuude* upon mult, be elate J, i. still making ",tel fu fl tn-. l>urtauc
-., ; : OUtP&flodojusticeIoourubligsuonLWILb aod wby I because we not* dared iu b.iiupariitl aii4 i.ut.-it r.eeiv *nfl UM advaoUges of ,' .P i.' ,_ Of-" .. were.ope .- and every eye strained from "'" t. .. : J: .
.!;.!, encce*sive period of prpetktyiudr.*, aod bare notabsudonod the Fevpfe.' Blow nfur the.trao> w d.. wbioh bk W across the Uuiph. of .TAT1S..AIJIIi. socket vithxastonihmeo. But alas! ) a -. .. '
I tbe Territory has been advancing Mow boa i'lunda, at tb Ibis time divested of the keen L&IiSot .THE CIUTKDAT .
. .; Terse, gradually ', been, levelled atu> ; but ..thus tar miracle ,.worker seemed to 'haveconvincing IaSbl" :
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't'7'.k. a Jta r..urpet.ad population until it'now evr !without avail. Whether wi at e still lu fall uea;. itculiarto; m,residence ou the sea coast TflgtECOj5D', 1XSSI05. br'rn. : .. ".
$ .deal/approaeiMt e.snauirity that will 'C'blll'UI i be striving of vir ea.emie. will.ddp_dd before l'tt water oppoaiie the towin is(excepting iu iheraiuy -.1 tI' 1f-; cotta' -$' S :.7,' .', UJJwer r.i fa the,nondering_ )jt'arts. of ., ..(.
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I ,, "" !u''o assume 'the fvsp'onsibilities(vriin.in.ihptnd.t People-the people IM whue cause wtf h4re euW # .; M*tuoruugnly'iaJt aa Mt tAte Uar. e, f .te .P .J1! ,f. ftt l'. .,v ::1 "
% government. Already the. prepar* barked-ibipeopi. wbo will twiwnquVutty ai boueb ci l,in it* effects for sea Tram 'It\ Jetl '7U of' plank, .i e I. t
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piolett us. because AN exempting
' ;.3 tory sups are ia progress fur 6uradmision into [they know we are devoted to iheirte interest Utniug and *air. During the time the brili&b ;. duty or and iostam/"plunged! floumJeiing and sink' -' .- .. "
board of
4th.. Union of the States and it is manifest from of Fluiioa, ; Juhuswasaplace wbicbmay'o siesmboau t
Front-the uiimous of weaWi and power were In poessiou t. ing io tbo' "watery mut The minglingbrieksjicr : .
preseut indication, that at nodirtantday t'lori*> no aid t their euuinuntion,liketbefrpu.po.woel.pect "of considerable note;then bore the name i .vest'els! propelled, steam .on their arrival .3ms and shauis of tbe spectators, "

:- da most take herpUee'as a sovereign party'te ses,'ha e. in thei mT tou.much of "'telfishness ct the ship Yard, and many vessels were built at.any port,in the UoitedJ State f b or comrnotiou.'were appalling. .
tbeFedeial With this and Uuncue from lois cuuvenicnt situation.- Be it enacted by the Senate House, aUto a
: compact app/uximaiion calculation to be. ttracted-to'' the and and of Eeutbose
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; 2 tuacbugeIn our political relations'arises new (\PtoWsJ'rc". support. f of- a tileambuats and alt other'.essels that can .cro jIbe RepretentatlUt of the_United,States of'Ame; Thesceneaal. ,iHuerriliale.] filled' \. '. .
: duties and respoMibititieslo the People% and to wUbib3d f uf.Uie who had spoiled tbe.miracle wer> with -
: We will support MA&TM VA Bcaxir. i.'a bar may approach et town, rica.in Conferettauembled,, That from 'aud '
the Press and batten to place ourselves in He i banks to the channel.A horror, wbn'lbej actually saw the impost
; we a northrru nun-but his.highest! is-\baihe (he" river gently sJupiug after the of this'act, it i hall 1m lawful '
:; :' position discharge oar share.of them with that is tbePa, iot.TorA' V"lun POPtf"jjj .llbtlCriPtioD for repairing the old King's Road passage '' or finallydi4appe1r.' They bad not dream :" .. .
the '
for masterol
arnestDess$which the exigeoey df mands.. While the : frombl. Johns to Augustine; is already filled captainor any steam*. eJ4ht'Theintrickioutdcostbimmon.tba'l o, : ; :-t' .
principles are such u .
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. .-. : therefore we shall not relax in..our effort to. d- i rove. ; rt_can anddoeiep.. .with'an amount l Ior-tblt purpose and boat'or,vessel prope lie J by. steuin, arriving "ihe>fnghV:discomfort aud dar eo of beicg '.'I J l : -' ; )1;;:,, .' >" .,-.

, .anca the local interests of ibis section.of eonn't His generous soul I is not nnjintdat horn. another" subscription Is afloat,in the .town of. Su at any port of tbo United Status, to retain mused and 'f.ronl'd. strug liu ; ashore; ,! I j <' c ,

.', try,and the prosperity of tie city of our abode, Put spread*itself abroad. o'er all the public Marys and its vicinity for..extending'the sau e all the coil such.boat or re setiniay have po all aliiiig taking it fur granted,thai the phuk N _i7 ( 'j'j'w

we feel ourselves called upon to take our humble) .And feet for ererf ncmberof th.land." road as far u that place -thus saving in the:distance board the time ol her/.ni. ,'add'nmyx', howeverit.migbttreacberoualy ;; ; ,._ ;. .
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in the disteminaUon '.of those principles. from St. Augustine to'Su at least coal uldeu.ble'tu."II .: ;t' '
pan Whatever Marys, proceed with sahj to a foreigo -
may betide-.we like hi. principles jfort, tail him W walk Hut hj > ; ; :
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which will as w\baakiJa ourownctrcnmstan I miles. and Ferry.Boats will be in immediate .
md are hi'friend, and our 59 Stages without beIDg'requlred to land be 'siifi.e i. i
friendship is
not one 'he dose of ]ifer aixl L' ;.r
Hiih
ces, )be best calculated to promote the common for the accommodation of talecl; i'es : tb.- ,. -
at itUraienieke operation '
ft te Afi prospects are gloomy and paileo.ra. the United-States to pay "non lylhire.! 5 .. -l' ,"
of our people, and to render'oui'in'nex.ation iiueofMormuniiuJiibaivi' :
happinera to the I/nion/ serviceable- to the cause of >iplaced rofes to when be ditinterejUd tMtekneumrt about in kit favor/ We It may only be. necessary for those persons ;and-all'! acts' i bconiinteul) .ui ,pro'ksionsc consequent cinitji! ,Hi 'sunk,'.and lung before. the confuudded -*" : ,; '. '

Popular Gttverhment With this view we hayeiieaaed everythinglutouririxeipUs. wishing to take an interest/to observe the names ( t ls aet. shall be, at. limo. rue. '. assembly were iu a condition arI I } .1. .

It proper to unfurl once the banner of W invite all who feel l interest to the !.' of those"who have :already engaged Jot* in1 the hereby, repealed. : ,/' ford biui'rtlief. .perished a.victim his al. 'J .,, ''. ;//: .:: ; ;
.. our political faith and to .nnounce the princjples 11 prosper town of St. Johns,to be assured of the firmnessof JAMESKPO' K.Speaker.oftbdJIii ; 1- 'i' I '
i and'advancement: of po.tur.N 0 Svn.America i- .
nr and in :
j country, the J
and object we shall seek to attain. i :ause frEf.ltd; Rights, to favor our columns with this project, and the certainty of' Us rapid success. of Representatives' '. .r. :/ : :;.: ': :
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.4 Weah.Uadyp..U. KepMican Principle A commodious hotel will be speedily.com: ; :1'
i(heir aid, ; J
as'Illustrated in the adrainiatration of THOMAS .1 We are making" pleted, a good wharf and .a school.bouse: and ,'- ,:f'VicoIriI1enttbe'. ''! ..-.JOHNS, ON,. Vespucci.-A. very interesting' -t : ,'1,: \ .
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.cJoinf this we" devote 'our. arrangements to enlarge, and .'I 26 ,,' this : .' ', :; .
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Jtrrxao* indu otherwise improve our sheet which church erected. St. Johns offers every,advantage I1nhedState[ young lady,.about y! bearing -i s sntme.as.recently : "
,elreS.wilh ell- zeal to the support acd_maintenaiice << we hope wetlall also visitors. TIM Malber.rtree and is : : .1 t !
to settlers as to arrived n lag : [ ;
be 4ble! do } :
i to at an early day SeoJ. ,- 4' ; :
Lt of..the-r .Rioarslor'L.L_THE"._.PcorLK.- __J ,,I.f.Believ._' ,. for the Culture of JSilk-. Orange' trees- f.1/: and:Preiidcnt,of the ". greVi aitvotion in New Yew.' She is of tha". :;'I'L": -
: $htUSflgmU1 ,. 'Ia..u', .1111 loIMIumn- Fig trees-Grspes. Olive, and the other useful 7tb, C I
lug : .CHAMBERS, 18th Nov. 1833. Approved, July 1838. I iltustrioos House Vespucci, of Florence | j- ; : t
Union be bent
aapermanencfofrthe may of the eailh be here : .
,can cultivated
eau I productions .
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.nndaut'r.tbe
nnilOSE who MARTINVANBU1LEN. Tu.nny..and.haeal great : ( ;
desire : ;
r a scrupulous adherence to.the letter may to obtain informs well in 'similar latitude' the .
promoted by as throughout
{ f the Con"titulion, we shall everjni U( upon a"trict LI... tion respecting.Claims for Losses.in 1812 aa world Placed any nearthe entrance oC.one ol, the caivgato.AMB100V&IPVCCI.! after. whom. !, : : ''J, t '. :- r (

: ; -. interpretation of that: initruoiVnt;. and sjnd 1313, now'in 'tbe-course of inyestigation ; most be.utiful.tream. in the, unver.e,.ch. advantages AN: ACT' to auiborise the sa4 of ctrtainbondsbeliingiuK this country. received the name of America.< I .' <

.. .while,w*jhall aid in teiUUnf the exercise by theFederal lad those who may wish lo obtain Couimission of this town are peculiarly eminent to the lJnive4Statei. It is saM .hepossessei great dignity ol characterVaiia ,; J.I j. i

4 t Government of any power'not express*' 'fbr examination bf Witnesses ..re'respect1faIltreque.ted the river i is navigable for steamboats upwards of 'Be it eiaetrd by ,the,Senate at d Home, of j intellec'ttal endowmeats, and a .' ...1'' } J JdegroiiofpersoualbeaUy'autI '. '
to
G "' : Ir delegated, dangerous to' the rights oC.ihe8t.sIe.sndfeedOtUp : apply between the hours of 12 two. hundred miles, into the very h art of a fertile ( United ofAme : grace. which : t -
and 2 in the the absence RejtTexentativu St4tu J .
day during
f the People, we aball beeqoallr of the Judge salubrious which '4' "
and doubtless will ; ; few of the
country
has her celebrity such as ,
'ijf. TbA given
disconatenanee infractions ,of the Superior: Couit to the Clerk of the Com rica inCongrPss'aiwnUed, the Secretary J .
bjtU :
the
prompt u soon as Indians are reuovedV be i. .
( thickly dames attain. IJer enthusiasm
Tuscan
States of the constitutional authority of the nus.on..at the residence of the Judge in St. Augustine nettledwhere numerous u. towns wilt be'formed, of the Treasury l'e.a.id, lid is. hereby noblest 'I' -

United Sutes'ai dangerous the preiervition .. whose produce must be conveyed to tbisjmaral authorized ,to sell .upon the"best m ms he cancan for lib.rtled her to give offence to her ,'' .. : '4

or the C"\\011.'White the .Federal and.Btal..Goverumenu I i Tbe same facilities will be afforded (or the examination depot. on the way to market. This fnored'AJot command for anope 'lu" .laud in ..the sovereign, and incur bauishuteot from tier 4 '
'confined their of Witnesses; and the same forma. and for the last four 'years she b;I' \ -1
to
, ,are; ; appropriate will be the naomi of fashionables and invalids markets of this or of siy( foreign country country t
: pheres, we here. nothing apprehend. Nejtber ton,given.t as,_if_ .Judge. -were-.. .personally presjrt throughout the.Union. 1rnajjvhyof-z.- -.*-.up u Inqulrybe InaUl1nd.motnantJt1o-'beenthrown' berown resources for sup 'j
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i, can-depart from Uie boo n dunes prearribed; mark that St.>Johns isTar reaiote' from Indian Iciest of tbe Uoite tlteMhe [two bonds I port. The Queen of Francs has written .let '

.. 0 their action"without jeopardy. 'to the' liberties a'\f Cooimissi the
and wfet of People.- Judge return the deposition taken by print within many miles of this place for jrear* directors' and of7he4InitedSattes. to the protection ol$.tbe French Minister! in : '
: ll the Clerk of sident company I
to the .
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. .J Ib&ii.lbJ.ll.ttSbJ atesegiijui Couwiuiondorinj the :The water for domestic ne inSt. Johniii -i f'P. \ .
past. f HhiTouuirT ; her unpretending nierit have i ;: ? :..
(rfeiica'er chartered tbe State
a Jndge7 by | Pecoiy .
be
shall don '
Federal encro whmenu, we ; set excellent and nunieron*sulphurous and other .
. Y keto.thecau.eofZoutuaaaJ1ianT. Far beitfrom'nsto The Judge lakes with him to St. Joseph and mineral springs .are found in the neighborhood. vaOiawbi.b.arillfatl| duo on the'month of I opened aiPlreaM. to-bar, and she has been, ;:::. ,.' ,
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of : :aU.bauee. those Claims for Losses which hive in'the tbod.ani cordl.IlYl'f'c i ive Ha'the best'society. Per :
cherish nnnecesssrily a. feeling The river opposite abounds fish of the choicest September, year ODe 'eight i 4 ,
,oeal distinction; but the'signs of abe times admonuh > b >en submitted, and be will occupy every mo- "quality, und'oyalers of a'superior kind Can 'hundred,and thirty nine, and one thousand mission has7been reccteUyjiveu hertp return ,1' : ;! f J. i', :

$ ns that the Soqth :must'bive retnect to Dent that ell n be spared for that purpose in deeding be'obtained from their native; beds""within the. eight hundred lad forty. being I be two last home again but, it is DOtt8id whetEer Ti I :' .
that sl e may be respected elwwhcre.. and forwarding them to Washington. hours the woods in the ,' embrace, it or' Do .- yA r/fi/oft ,
Urttlf- pace of two rear are of; four 'several boads, dated .0 the tenth means to ; ,
4 'Identified In interest and position, Florida mu. 'ITbe I Secretary's decision on'the following well stocked with deer wild turkieaand 4her of thousand hundred Courier. '. \1 -: J !' .
i and abilelhe fortune of her Cjlaira' for Lowes of JIU2) and 1813. has been day. : May.-one eigtt, t -t
,; :bare the deiuur tamewithiaa a few miles. are the Diego Plains, f
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t1ceivedbv Ibe : and thirty seven, given to 'secum the, "--- -_ #1( .
Claimant
. neighbor repl b1act. We shall therefore regard I : Judge' or their At which natural savannahs, afford range for many 'pay t .f. .
zealous tor tie/*, desiring information aa- to their Claim meat of tbe sum of one million ni ie hundred The of WilmalW 'i' i I"
1 : it as a paiamqunt duty give our and I hundred feed cattle;and some of,the richest lands .Sad Mistake.- parish t 1 i
, special aid di as it may'be.ju defence :of.the :' ci ri obtain it by calling at the Jud
; rights of the aoom,from whatever quarter they, between! the hours of 12 and 3, ,1'. M.. when it tots in .Johns are 100 feet from the River at omo dollars and fborctots. each; terrible consternation by the rirculatiun of i i ''

: oly.be invaded or euJ mcred. Sinn.will be', furnished by abe Cterk* '(fthu, Com mi.* liigh.water ; they contain 83 feet front, by 105 with interest upon each bond.'at thiraiO'o( a report ia the North Cheshire Reformer, ; .; : '; ): '. I .

. ', We ard opposed to th) horrtd hervyof Aso- M. The Executors of Don Bartolo do Castro deep ;nil other lots are 100 feet front by 105 jndepth. six per centum; per annum, from bit third that bell Pastor, the Jie'.llr. Morris, bad :...." ':' -" .' .':',. I -
and shall
it.shades degree
'In all we ; y The calledtbe Avenue '. '
14iO1Ii. ': Ferrer, recommitted. .. prmclp..treel day of March, one thousand eight hundred been kdvQcatiD" in Stock port and urging abe : I "
whatever veilifrnay eek
it. Under
denounce I" feet wiJej the centre of which < I i.
100 through
12. The : and thirty sit until paid the said four bondi 'lor taxation bit : ., f
; I |o bide it. hideous dtformilr, we shall eodeavur Heirs of John Lawrence,ree*,mmittejl. runs promenade 20( feet wide to be shaded.by inhabitants to petition< a \;
; to discover and expoMitl It \t.subject wUb.n 13. Claim of Philip R.,Yon:,,. disallowed. the Magnolia Wild Orange Cedar, Day tree and having bern received by the United States wives !l' The whole village was in inup'I: f

ievertr.atinsneasusedIerznsand.sspeciaflyia 44. Claim' of James Fulany diullowed. other beautiful evergreen* of thi. country.. Park ii;. the late Bank of the United States, chartered rUII;. The females held a consultation,'at '< .\r 1 .'.

4 it oiie upon.which the SOOTHERB Parse dare not Ji. Estate of Margarilta' Davis Santana, reject street!* upon a similar plan.. The mall in front .by*Congress,'and to execute! under his which tbe wives said. that.if inch a tax was .. j I '. ., ,
indifferent tender. We to our nnrthern "., double of baud d'tbe seal ofhis office to the end .,: .
k' be say will be ornamented by a row Palm B pur- levied it would create family quarrels, .
brethren if one sentiment of veneration for oar ,0> Claim of Pater Cercopoli disapproved. tree. No building excepting wharves will be cb ier.or purthisersof.said. bondi.. suitable the oiaius justly argued that the chances of .:" ':i 6. : ...

r.1.t and commoa hi.tory remawl tu irllpire you; 7...Estate Claim of of And! !.P-.ce"i.disallowed.! allowed nearer than one hundred-feel from.the and proper; uigumfut. to".transfer.to. aba marriage would be fearfully'utreaaed agniust ,, j.: i
Maulas
ar ro have.inberted. one .psik or that good'iet. p. Claim of John Pons, lecomruittHd." ." river.' The' whole town is laid' out on an inclined said purchaser or purchasers. his\ her or them After which they 'came to. a '. / '
if Andrca/dUapproved.
united
fathers:
which our
.Iow.bip' once you 0 Executrix of plane reaching an altitude of;about lilly feet, their'.flrreeutiY.or; assigns, ( rjuht ti )\-. Morris's h..... Mr. /.
have reaped for the noble"Constitution of ourGovernment.and ; .the Estate of Bennet ,Selui.'P commanding a good view of the river, and the I thej resolution to go to .
4 j hold not lightly the blessings rOVed.- T / higher lots overlooking se a. .No expensewill I tie and! interest f the United States, of. in. Morris was applied by oaof, hi* fiieixl i.f i ,

;tlr that Unlon.to which we have been taught to I\L: Claim of Sarah Acosta,AJ i'z.of tbe etateotIJoin be spared.t-y the Proprietor' the property, to I and to tbo money!due and to ,bt nme duo tile predicanieineut in s bich! he bad placed I ..! I

, look a the best safeguard tbe liberties of all ETatereconimitted.L\ ) render at. Johns both picturesque and healthy. upon the, bonds suld.and_assigned in pU' '". himself, nod n bets lif taw the inaitN endir'airorii '; ; I

Fin its parts,.we. .lmplor..1ou to renounce' your mad J2. Estate of John Atkinson recommitted., A full block is allowed for a Church and School, .ante of this act:" Provided. That o ,snip of : a[ |>roaclii:>g bi! b"u*er liU fears: :- ,;. I

, endeavors.. The South can never allow an interference 3. Estate of Bartolo Canbvas, recommitted. and about 20 acres for a public Park which is at either :of said bondsshall, be m ide iilrn .: flare ekciud and, te'curhigl'iiri- If l>y ',Ick. t I'
with her domestic institutions. At no 14. Estate of Roque Leonard!, not approved. wooded with Live' :
Oak Uuird S
present thickly Magnolia SorEs lss favorable lathe fates ihnu and boh .iga"ia tie injured fair; lie neatupstairs -; .

;' sacrifice can she suffer Jh.-.iolatioD of ril1\tI. 25.Claiwor.ToD1 i6. Claim of Primas-recommitted. ,(Cedar and other orn.meDtallrees, and'on' the pur value of the bond,sold, aj the; .t lime, to heir wrath by a speech' ; ;'
cured to her by. constitutional unction. We Peter Trope, disallowed, the ofihe estate.. The-Area of appease
highest portion ..
roles for laid :. -
according th vhkh he
calculated in :
in
14 stand entrenched our right'and no force 7. Estate of John Triey, not approved. the St John. about WOO of sale < from a clumber wiudow .
upon } property covers acres- ,
which does not annihilate 'us, can succeed in 8..Claim-of James.Arnau,disallowed. the whole of-which might be built upon If requi. estimating tbe par value of seruri ties ,upon the, LUm4. oii |he printer for bit carelessnessia i... .

t bringing as to submit to any intermeddling with )9. Estate of Cbrulbbher Lopez, approved.1. : red. Persons wishing to make extensive Oiange which interest has run fora time Sut.which .making. a ir.Upriut.. The lathes not i :' .. : .,' #
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the policy of our local governments. We regard 80. E>Uto"of John Ponce"' ;duallowed.-/ I Mulberry! groves, can be provided with portions ,securities. have not reached'maturi y8ec. : knoTviug.any thing nU'.ul a miaprint separated :: 'i .

t .: eavery.. u it exists among ns'to be a moral and, \\\' 21. Estaljof Alberto Rgere, dil&llo"ed. i o'f land of from 10.to 200 acre,. Warranty 2. And le furthir mac ed. TJiatall "uriugbim of what they would! U"n ,. '

political good-in harmony with the 'nature of 22.C1ainiirjataiinLopezAdnizofAndres. : Utica will be given to purchasers. money received upou'the sale of tbe ,said hen tl.ey'caught biui ntain on his. way tt. ';i ; .
disallowed. I
4 nun in his present state-sanctioned by the universal Lopez, : Terms nf,payment accommodating.For ,I' bunds shill be Joto the niv i : "
? : I immediately paid Stockport.. Tbe misprint "as :
izatiouiizsome other of-itsahtpes V3..Claim of Henry Hartley recommitted. .
of or .
further the
practice particulars apply to ProprietorDr. I .
: 24. Estate of Jane A Atkinson- I Treasury.of the United'States, or placed to fur wines : I'I I ,
-and jrubfied by the 'precept* of Holy recommitted. AHDHEW WCLCB, at $t. Johns, or. to. Gen.: ',. ,. -.;: .
ort the Treasurer.lhereo' in .
differ TlS. Claim of Charles acbez a free blackman the,credit ; some ... .1. .
if (
Wnt. Tbese 'ra cnr opinions ; $ yea P. S. SMITH.. Agct, St.-Augnstine. J iAnetheTFoufldliflg'dhhetdhy
* ,eatnthepeacewbichyonrownezemptonfr ra ) recommitted.'. proper depository in. the same ma iner that morninf l ": \
26. Clairn'of Gabriel Priest DLOCKS AND LOTS ENGAGED. other 'received for dues 'to the Government : "" '
hit Im.ctaechia wUl'lield ,oa. and leave us r eommitteil.f moneys, wrapped ... : .4;: r'l
gentleman .i.
u'clock. ;, '
-. ea this subject, to ourselves. And further, we :Claim of theAdtu'i. *of the Estrte of fran. Lot., JUock. ,ate by lair, directed to be paid into before' ;44'' a well driwn over his. ', .. ':i ".,, !
t'. hesitate not to ssy4>those.of the north who en- P.ratio,Senior,' Rllmt ed. in 1. General Smith.. : in a blue < cloak ,'"- ''.' ." .
urtaia and would, encourage1 sentiments a* Ad'm'rs of the Estate" o.t.George Fleming.reCos.nmiUtd I. ". _. .. L.\I... .Cleland & Simmons.' thoTrer4iry.ppriveaJuly' 7tb, '1838.' ) face. nil r evtnt.bis features ftom heing ..01;, ..' : -fW. ..:. 4 :'

Y,injurious to .>ur right* and interest.,.come_not af *. 10. Cleland & Simmons. recognized w es observe 10 leave uun- -. "' ". f '. '
\\n us.Ve will tfot harbor traitors in our Claim of Juan Leonard!,recommitted.Claita 2 3 Mrs. Nieoll. die neatly- sewed.ul in Urge napkin, at the : : <'I
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,;' : borden. Yuu can brlng vith you 'no equivalent : ,of 8u an Fetus, Adm'x of the, 5 .4. 9 Mrs.. NicolL .', ,How a Jiormon Preacher 'tried foj wall' m residence of a respectable family ia Beaver. :; I
:' ..,. good to countervail the evil of your opinions:. tate:41'Arbina Fallis and Levin.Gunby. recom 1.f 3 Col.. Hallows. the water, and how he 'got, "''nicked' in."- the bundle which na 'im ; 'r! '
Upon '
: r Wt are opposed,to.the Sri. KIT or '3lbnoro'rT.It mi., .3 Col. Hallow.. Some time ago, in a town in the .western street. 'to the lady of tbe bouse .. .; :, ,
,is tbe frett enemy of Democracy. Looking 31 plaint of Susan Foui..Adm': Arbina 7" 'Tb Col.Varreo.. NeV York vibere the Mormon dill ision bad! mediately brought the followmdirie- '... ..

4 : to thl',.eralg eoj as the only' criterion' what Falli i disallowed. 6 I CoL Warren.' made'numerous.cooverts, the disci]>I. were was found It cadwitb -. ( : .

., it 'proper, w..baD oppose the grant of any ex 32 Claim of Prudence Plummer,recom milled. 5' 6 CapL Eddy. : summoned assemble inn wild jilaco? cir* lion :' / ,", l. .. I! 4t
,:. el..'. pmileees not manifestly required by the 33 Claim! of.Susan Murphy, Adm'z of lawnCuben .. 6 If 6 Miss and Master Campbell. .' .which ...?1r.. P_. No._Beaver jreer. A i f- -1 1f
u ) to a pond, on the water, a ':. '
cumjaceot by .
. and advantage. The passing disallowed. "t ,- 2 G Mr. Trlf.,., : child recommended to your/care c.
necessity poor '
'public '
.J. I eye a"of the day show bow immense apjwer.is 34 Claim of Peter".SegnT, AdmVof. John Se* If- 1" 15 .Mr. Fitzpatrick. a gifted elder announced that"hi should : d,sc'.nolate)n thtf." / .: '.: ; : 4
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exercised by eorpbraiions. They are weaoona : gut illowed,. 2.1f 17 Mr.Bigelow. walk and'preach The believers \notified Thesmpntby4tbd uh/Ie. ,family was : : I''

,tt in the' hands of the Monty Pmetr, capable of be* 35. Claim Jobn'Ashton approved. '1, II 5' Reserved. < their! doubting friend*] and great thi igs w'rieanticipated. :: immediately arousird; and the nJIklo|> was .' r ,: l. I

,log'wied'd$ with dreadfvt effect In its warfare 3G. Lazaro Ortega's Claim,'approved,*' ,7; I" 6 Reservek.Reserved.. ,But it seems there win,te a few .
with the Prwtncuif Power,; So far a. they areconvenient 37. Claim of the Adm. .)("Jos.' Floyd, appro 4If\ 6 '; .wlcked.l.am.a, wno secretly set them scrutinized for hu/cunosnj. was merr.. 1 <
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and useful they'shoald be allowed vedi* 3 5 Reserved.' selves totnake mischief. Choosingjttieir .- > closely ". r':: J ;
6.' :5 Reserved p i b d; fiitdinglbat the cnntentt .' t, .
with such checks and guards that '3S.\Cla|\ John \ViDllte., .ppro"ed- ot iced ad.'upon
but for they can : .of Jose' Pedrode Burl'l..approted.40. .* 7 II 'a Rev. D. Crown. p.Jrruah.lju.I before the appointed day bundle wer/1'rtiless :and cold I-and' ,:: ; '
be converted fromi.Institutions public 01 qfihe '
never !' 8 miracles. .Ihey ascertained by'me DI a found be dead '
,3 Rev D. Brown to
mods into instruments individual Claim of Philip Weodma'ri, rir.approved. opoo befog uncovered was '
: 41ted.l { of Acna. .raft.that. the pond to be traversed, al extremely I aud "were .u J.a"i '
eggraniizemeot 'rheyirsdesigned to.be. vart Margaritu ) recommit But their sympathy horror } '
rtr: fiOTICE.-n. STQCKIIOLDERS'orthe :
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shallow "thio sheet of water cov. < :
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M/M not lo Ike fete who cluster ar(uiyl .the money Florid Ptnintnlm Rail Road ..tl.st, S1ll' Boat ; ; ly chanxsJ. .t/feelingsof a"btatly differeatnature. ,. : :
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..d. ,'chests'butte. tk umntnijty-:. l&rgt { end.when ,42.:lEstale of Sarah Petty disallowed."Tjithoul Company are. hereby notified tta\, an: eleeo n cning'aco nmou swamp U\i!e.: ."wb n .the. object, discovered was i :; : :' ': ; '. '

.:. "-''fhey cease',to subserve this perpo, their existence .Interest.. will be held at,the f ourt Hona in the City of was found to be of a consistency] nearly young/goose It was "Ctl'1a\.a to.the 7; : .

4, became* alike pernicious to the public interests t S .- Augustine on the"first Monday, in Januarynext strong enough,'except withia small I crntialpot. alms b Use, 1,1"SVfCo' ..: i-': '' .', i'0' r, :

i>od inconsistent with republican" princiWe r To Shoemakers.WO for a President and seven Directors of said .'to sustain tbo weightofaman They ,,, ".; jt.Ii ;,, *.
-u.' soon discovered a line of plank I laid ,in. a / :-. \ ; r.
company. 7f
Shoemaker arewanted > >
Jonioeymea the fol :
shall give ,much ,of mir attention to. the immediately; to whom constant employ Dy order of the Board of Directors,. particular direction .completel,. across the /The'New :.Orleans Picayune' gives i ...;: ; ': ". iY T' .1 4 ''To
f.abjece or IrfTimHAL I!roy T in Florida.Wiuisacbadvaiitagea nd oodwacrwilIbe given-Ckarie ston K.' B. GIBBS, .Secretary.ipee. pond sunk about four inches underube surface lowing. aaa definition/of- .f ; 'ir7ori:! '' I ;

of portion; and faeilitiea willbe pad ; .. J. 1838. of the water. These ,"rao 'astened, *..A'Q.w7iclary.-'Ab.ke: ."i hhotb.rm., ; :' '; .
wages I '
'; (construction Ou. we cannot aria forward works 4 t ; 1| MICHAEL.USINA. ...The Editors' or*the Jacksonville I Courier, down and locked together and so. daubedLwithL to the dough op to tbo eibaws and a fl" ".:'Z: r -'..' { ., ,. :
of poblk improvement .with too moth vigor e Charleston' the and FJoridian.st Tallahassee will publish from I ". : '\ '' ;, .. : .:
in dI1 The Ilercar"willle abov please mud .:to' be quite iiuperrepli .Ie I thalegofbisuowiers. \ % -!?; : .,.
Bfttwhil* we encourage cnttrpraes i this line, three ioseitions, and forward the account tber.bove notice 'till the first Monday in January the' d cliiitIe'! They t'solrcUoa '. '/wf '*'. ? ." 'f. : i '
honest design to be 'aecom* \! neigbborior 4.j ", ... ; .
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WdjttWith 1-T-- n.il. for .
: to <- > I and send tbeir bills to the Secretary sot / ;: ,. ,
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be carefBl how we embarrass preventing the coo* /0 '. : J' #. "" .ill "
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# :i.; : : ForLh4Ifc/o24 of S i the':' -'cap and form of'tho frock- \ j'whflo"another. ; s western and northern side;5 tho cod:t f tie tircuit. VM oCoWFrom in'jonacrt andflibility You:, D ::4's .

r I MOUNDS OF T.JIUPkKALIGA. sees, an immpvsite. .barrier in an ornament fur bringing then/near. Pre'eiiliy ab, >llpw moan gold would be va'j nnfii tor coinage .*> j+ar+wtf jjJM; EUROPE.J :> -

: Neiriy.nil jUrts-of the continent yet explored the ear;in'a jewel- the witl.tonejdragging{ deep proceeding from ihe .copse growing'on ,the-plot in its purV tater 'jutiLAi is therefore Inuitd _Jtf I lesi]yf*a'fi V packet ships krri vtd yti.
: -; bave'i hovrn j8 t p rtej"ofeartb_ of"various forms in the gulf of perdition, and the .rivited links to the south,'w indistinctly Jeard r ibis is fo\\ ; with a small proportion oCcoJper'V< bih has -tf ay/nipf ninrgl bayfflg been reported oefj] : '

rand \ izcf jb texhibiting features; in commori, the chain of: ds'rknei,1n the-plait of a ribband! lowed by the chilling shout at whict tbe Indianath O effect of Imdcnfngiju An elabpratf series eeairii beforc. tWo ecen.d ,
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jjfL1irpooLp2per1 inLiverpool
.. : and id same intention': They are,usually,surroun'i "when iveWindooationto youzect, a seat inIn When they ventured ;ojlopkpp, of ioW wiiMdiffp.rett great quaa ,
:.: t ed tiy dixucs.and otber works Whichindieaiej elysium -Does:the Snpreine esteem! .gold the.spirits were<'dancing- tbejn orind, lurch etton 'the alloyi b jbesit arrivaIs.aud files both

I I design,bul vbat that design M pr was, has olber Iban tlrpsi or a*k whether the ring pn4be in-hand, with" tbejjrast pile of UgBtwood, rea- metals, an account of'nbieh4i.ptttJ5nidinthe' -Oa He byihe. Cji -
., gitai ed long tho'curiuus,and many flu imaginary hand be/set wiiU'corntlian or diamond r 'cr will dy'for a victim. A few nitesLof tie war song Pbilosophital Tranaati of on th aStK T*

int crprctiuioh has'beengiven of e remof al of:thAt ring, given perhaps in legacy areiang'\and voice accompanied by tbnnder ascertained that tbVbard |,i iper'iscornposedV u hf 'rie news_bytbit arrival ft-DotofBM ;/
.equal y aturactory7J e ially themyi'tery.to ensure a short time the remembrance of a friend, and boiw of firecalledputintbeir'n; tive tongue, 11 pactsvlb gol& eud4 s1 rjoiitical tpo tance.'*. The items i *
: : _1 doik. In Florida them titucture*or iuooiids are ta ke4Jiditromtha heart t ;Was memorygiveniia *"r,5ng tb ni"totW'sa'crifice." Horror chiiled 'cop per, and that ,has been.Adopted*aini i f with' and the las .& the thitig7aodtbe: I'ujqn sully;-met < ruot standard gold of our coinage. lThft4| William Britisli
.; :' tbe Kissiicn.ee:'Lake.t; iIU of graVs and covered b ui1dthZo1socIetf.tb be\diicIried 1- Go thou enargy* and in trepidation they ed, -crywg.' of 'metals, in changing properties of : yI i: %tesm5pa4.
with i and, Und as lauduiai ks tu those navigating wbo"|>r;achest'devotion, and decpuesi supersli,4ionin'lhe spare spare i-nor did their fears suffer them to some oln& be 1 torleavVforNew.goto oa the, 15$? *
.. r its wi ten for the ouiUVsoutb. Bui ttibe1uu UiwUko wildmin, and begforgiveness of. thy look back or rest ftheir'lirnbs'junlil sOie! shades .of gold itrmarkabl' ,for' if-t/liTparl this-monib*. ;. .. U't ; r'
11 -- i neuiipued in our caption are peculiarlyjinry God for destroy jug the finest feelings planted inhuman night put slop Ip further progress.. The storms added, the alloy is as brittle as glassy. Jf a bVaffaira of Spain nre in the uaa jft. i

: 2 *. led T r their extent? and the one, standing at ILuorifa / nalure.by his almigbty andfur noble purposes of that night were rendered ;doubl.r. terrible 'totbeir quarter of a grain of bismuth he .added to inoonce'ofgolJ certain stale; and 'growing'mor6 and BwVff.

: srn extremity b given a name to the'wk'ler to answer some foolish Lotion of thy diseased imaginations,excited by.thet< vCnts of tba ,' that is. 1looIhpaa; the 5 rae.- : f'k:
: 1L' *J living* the adjacenXshprci ,TiJtopeJitt,ji\i\ brain.- The Protestant says we have dope day-spirits bowled on jibe winds;trees bent and niiktare, although in color.and,,.teitiirrre; Iipr aale of Traie-Gieat 7 :
: nifyi tg a, fort.oi uiipud, uD<\ 1ia.u *iuh g orrntii way the superstition of id.olsnnd inyeibaa- ackcd,under the fury'ofthe tb'riu do-the.ele- sembling gold, is perfectly brittle. If a like -j;
?A :. g place.came by.tximbinaiiouTrom the tact g aiust ,the 'penances imposed.by the Catholic.Tbe menu in anger, seemed, prepared to wreak a quantity antimony be added; ibesinixture Good* to ,4ffe1Cf'ThCufaatured shipment! of
.. < frotnibe latter asks the combing that direievengeontbeinvadersoftheghistlygropndTheir a jgood.io.'tbV United Siajhes9aionsiof -'
; ( that; ie nuuter north, iuade this i depot why penancecf; briiile metallic!
I ; L for si jres, and half-way place for repoW'durjng; pec uliaaly'plaited hair into ugliness, and distort; > tories, doubtless;bighlv colored, terrified is not ouly but hardly any .ibo year,considered !e1s. -
;. i I 1m tlie t!tat* of tbe deer ia the everglades/and after ing whafnature hagiven to please byiu beauty.S every individual of the nation j ai n |ht.'twas the lustre. JI I becomes, therefcrp, a mattflrol 't onsit 4 .'1bNewpaekethip% get"c'!
J, 1 thsir wpoien. paddled.tlitirc.ii.oes to"points ay' nothing 10 ua. about mortifying the flesh theme for"many &thoOriazid the subject for contemplation great consequence in alloy ing gold to ornpl'Hr? S fall eargoeVtbe 8heridan vrbieb tailed' eaV" ,

r I : .tlie I I issiuiroce, and receiving the rewords of the wiin the garment of hair and lash of thongs ; if for the hunter by day. :[Twas,more copper which has been previously ascii tai' Wednesday, baring'had-upwa'rds p16e&'
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K : bunt Wail, ,relurue4$Jwith .the cargo to the loved you can buy a seat In paradise for islets ol. than year'before another deputation was sent ed to perfectly pure, for it very usually board. *
: !:. : bAui /'roliopck. Ibis pile of sand, of the purest your,' church, so cau ihe Austrian queen, by>nf- to the dreaded lake., This party \ ct,without contains a small admixture of Had and onti- freight oa 'The/packet ship CeJasK;: .-
.: I 'bite,is uf a conical form, with elliptic see- (eringln the garments tliatVaily filled' her" slices bow and arrow-it carried presents >f wampum w oo The hardness iia pared by the, but,'which Vailed yemrday mornin gvba4' a1"fuIKcirgo
: : ibenozthyeryiteepwhitethesoutheraby 'witbgore.; '- .. aud boakel work, variously carved nstruments, copper of triranufacinred goods; anl. *-! iso.
is such bl
v I :'Qa !-If who think consists and of beads ,and turtle shells. An not as to destroy tnat degree '
F aneu ijr dccliuaiiop.connecls with a plat of ground, man you sanctity ornaments yaeket ships Georgn Washington a,4t ibt, :
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k I limit< d by a parapet and ditcb.'and has a Channel a'peculiir mode, or requites singularity in dress abundance of dried venison and pre pared coo miwaa softness and bnflss in the mixture which oitidSatciwihI, it is expected be 1l& a. .
front the but to tbe lake,probably,supplying water -take some material not yet worn-take the 'taken, also. Approaching will> a slow and enables it 10 receive,tbe impression of the "

f toth< people there stayed. iVe may;well pause bristle of the bog" and weave thy coat, the skiuof.tflo. solemn.tread, they cbaunted.a devotional hymn, d ice with perfect ezaciness. It would noi The .4ugstIur'Gazetle 1. of- the 9th.isbei S

I ,M w< i look upon a work of noknewn antiquity, alhgilor for garments ; NW with catgut ii-d on U9rintbo mound a pine i 'yj sung, 'answer to form coins and medals of t goldby; ; pab.
!' jr a people' who have led tell o!! and r>in' wiih thorns ; let the hair grow to tho composed by one of the prophets' o the power pouring the melted metal in to.a' mould, for, a letter fruift Athens of the 27th alt.

heir fiory, or preserve their rcfc( on g round,- atod. shave one half the face, not forgetting that,ruled the air,and con aimug pi rts purpose-i in passing from the fluid'to the solid stale, '.l neuaioningIbii's revolt had taken placaia'Cnndia ,
., ? ., .--.. r an ioikg those taken Ijy the irring'parly on th. eyebrow ; and when you appear abroad, ly intended to soften the anger an propitiate it in bulk ; and thai the Turks and Chrijtii**
.' .T Lake ukea-cbubee, aiid/lately fr-jra the, fohopekaligi novioubt lie who will not follow this manner, the favour of the ghost*, Three iiibefore OB had thismound contracts considerably whereas bad joiiied a&aiust'tho Ejten rptiaui, and drif,, "
r; $ .- related a.'tale7 which will tend to 'eluci.'t' illatand aside and excaith"thu! art more holy. been sung as they kneele! < t e atsupplicate ihe reverse would be necessary in order to them from the Island. trhe Pacha H saId '

idwthe ob.curtyan4 inform the curious I." hut if one dress, that adopted by most peaking distance, and thrice the; obtain a sharp impression. The quantity of tS o'havOt'alknin.'lherovut.! 5

t : : 4- purp >se to wliich this structure has been applied. of the people in your society, iswrong( ,by what their appearance to,answer! the quest uu," where gold coined at tbeJUiai in London, since the 'The Gazette de France stiles, on t&eiathorifyol
-
f wejeierveher'deuwitbbntIiuI,9fherbre.; rule do you declare yours the favorite of the Supreme is.3 'the son of our chief I" jbofore ,tl ey deign toppear comwencemeii_ !l the new gold coinage in
.l : vity and.beautiful embellishments.v '' 1 Fool,fool, it is pride of'singularity that a .- At twilight one came,fold liii awhile 1817 to the 311 December, 1829, araouut- 't : letter, from ,Ax-la-Chapelle of >;

( : I if came* down the liver in my canoe from theb thin. All know, who are.not blinded wrapper, and listened to ihe last cites of the ed in value Iu 44.224.409/ :auii it was coined 'the Uth. 'that fresh disturbances place at.ColoK&e -'

: : mounds!' replied Sewillah to' oar questien, y superBlilion,that forms,ceremonies,and dress, song ; there.was no appearance of anger, and into 16,120 double 40,672.456 in the.evening of'' tbe Sib,and that :.

j ;_ :. tL : we sat around tbe bright;pine fed fire one evening have nothing to dowith the purity of the soul- they became old to importune hit"of a the name and :sovereign sovereign. the cajralr, made=,several charges i iq the'ireetsadsperso .
y 4 with, the boats, drawn securely.on shore! i its sincerity is proved in our dealings with others; their chief, to beg that fie would I e their con- sovereigns, 7,039,583 half 's ibe'Diuliiiudc.
9 't Ha re yon been there I"saidahc.looking round'd ts holiness, in' ihe..conscientious adherence-U duty uctor in battle, to be the god i>f tb chase, and The! addition of cupper imparts t> reddish a-" srAiN. "
: ': :: the g'oup'; but no one answered the ; prescribed by natural religion and revealed bountiful protector of tie barvtst.ed .- They ceas- tinge to the guld,'aud this is reudereJ deep S
-: : tiy..1"t bava'often heard, when knowledge'of right and and waite rasthe of is increased. Madrid i' declared in a staleo siegg;
yodng, a grey wrong Society was bowing to the ground, an answer e quantity copper
I 'T headi d Indian relate to'ieicoiinctedwithlhcw. established by the JSJaker of all things'and whatever It was, to remain until a rite/then toed be perform Trinkets and various articles of jewellery on ibe"veuugoflie 3d fast.* and at-. tb* 'ir

; 1 : He had lived in the vicinity in youth, and an aueesiot1 tends to its general increase, peace and was over, and the desired inform lion should a ndplaie'are made of gold of very different same time a. permanent military eoramissiua
; : of hU badbeen, sacrificed there to the God liitppineM; is correct and>lawful( Why then be given, They pressed closer the arth, as the degree of purity. What is called! *jtne gold was appoinjd. ( v :-J, :
: of W ir. It was by a tribe thai formerly tesided should a f w war againtt the customs that seemed with and, '
a
; ; ou many to stream }Ughtninaplrits fiery b jeweller is not the metkl! fur that IJy an order"of th? day published at"Tefnel -, ,
L S frt .al Kisiitumee, or'as yon .would say,, the. River of have adopted, w n e t eao tfoNuol oflecl the purity warred in the air around then ; the blue pure 'on.the JiVof November Gen. Van llairn *
: : -Lake*, and who bad built at the 'bead of this an of moral*or dimiuirb the cpmfai i of any.l ,, flames of hades shot up oil, all.sides of thiegrim nould h* unsuitable, on account of its softne.ii -
-: Ji altajr of sacrifice, wherepri.onersowariyerB: If the cheerfulness of youth is best shown mtlie goblin uhriekj and moans pervade thin woods, ,but an alloy of gold! ,,silver, add copper; l declares the/kingdoms wf Valencia. Ara-
I ? .. the v ciims.r His fate was to be taken alive' with song and the dance,"' wW shall oppose it !I and allast one volcanic thunder rent the world's by which a colour is obtained nearly the goo add Murcia, iuru.aateofaiege.'Ahlb.

; ; I 'oih'en, iii.a battle fought in the; Cove of the arid ihe revealed religion of love calls fur cheer vail concave/' and universal silence succeeded same pure'gold The gold used by the p roduooof'1hc&proviueewill be iftf&t4to

: :: I Wee .bUkoocbee, between his own tribe'and the ful countenance and a happy heart, without pro1 Then it Was thaikho stoutest hearts qat aked anew first/rate London jewellers has about twdibirds the tvauts of the rmy of the centre, The '

:t Kissifnmees. They, were brought to TobopvkaHga. scribing the' mode iu which-they are to be cxhrlT expected horrors readp to burst b'ied r the devo- of in weight of The Dutch duties bfccstoini, oe/rof centrihutiopi, ifecV
"J pure gold.
5fr .i- : ; On the after1 the full (
.' morning moon, f + hcaj. The assuring voice of/ nil dness calm- are to be, paitljjn ready monayrtheamonnt
: Were taken the channel leadr tho ducat, alloyed with silver only, u ci's pale-
,. they along leading'to the Superstition indulged, 'enlightenedback' ed their fears ;they were told to eolli t the whole is'to be '
p ,: k .Uke,| thereby washing .the feet preparatory to to' dirk ness,;and casts a 'gloom over the tribe at the next harvest moon, to c lebrate thee yellow color, and may be bent by the fiuers. dehivcedevery'eek'totbe1utnd. 'i.

F I treading on the holy) plat before the mouudThe'warriors buoyant feelings arising from Jcnonledge. Il ancient corn dance, in the Cove of t Weetbla- For gold leaf, the purest metal must be selected antGenerslof'theAimy. .
i ; and women were arranged on thiMquarebothto ranges through all [states, but] never raises from kopchee ; and there expect the relnr of the long '! : to make ibis, a bai weighing about An ordinance,of the 20ih of October aanounces -

} allow tlie prisoners pass thrrnIgti.the a lower to a higher ; it urges th?'powerful to oppress sought boy, increased iu strength, and deeply two'ounces is forged on an"anvjjr aud. pass that l te duty;of la piastre imposed *
; :f: files and after attend the rites and pay their devotional. the weak,and makes the weak combine to versed IM futurity. He shall beyou guide and eaopbetiacsbriil d between steel rollers until it forms a long' on every,barrel of Spanish flour; imported '

,, ,: ''Q '. When the chief priest jhadj .stripped off play an engine of tyranny pnintlividuals ; it has p be a priest, aud bof e his place baud as thin This is cut into ISC; i into ihe Itljind Cuba shall! extended ii 'principle :
,. tbeir[ornaments, and.caused the devoted to kneel sacrificed liecatombs the heathen to the god sacrifice--folow! strictly direct on*, or his and paper. Ip'forjeign flour in'order not to '
en the altar; the cercnoniei'cuwmepced. Heuttered of fancy, and kindled the fires of the iuquuitibn wrath will scorch .flesh' to the tones hUucstion pieces, each 'ftheae pteces-is hammered cause ; '
; '
r -, the'great cry] which always"began jt'heir not to die God -of the Christian', but the demon sacerdotal oflioe.-nuist your be holy from aruriosity. on an aavil jillit U uboub-an inch square. great iajury to commerce and 'agriculture, .4

. -. lworgldp..id1heniultitode fell prostrate i a'sec of hell/ It is even now teaching the foolish doctrine c Go, carry my answer ; il him who Several of tLose very thin plates are laid between only the duty reduced" ly bal a piastre pet "

ond ind 'a third resounded in tlio neighboring of.defacing the fairest works of creation,, shall see us at anyplace, seal bis Lips to the fact, small, sheets of vellum, >nd placed in barrel. / I .
: wild i, and the silence of death succeeded for several and repressing the inventions ofgenius) in order aud close Iiis e)en while we pass- our safety a parchment.ca-e, and then beaten with avery The intllJgenee Deceived from VtlencisV-.'
t_ ;: : minutes. 'A dirge followed, and ni the [o render society wiser, happier snd more deHirable. depends' strict compliance with in V orders.Go. .- heavy hammer until the gold plat's are dated the 3d, announce one of the most brutal

'luau nfu notes SUn! fur the rpirit. of deported k And) whence iu origin tlr\ aniltlon an<\ ." It happened aj said. The chiltl appeared extended to aiou( | four inches Bach and horrible buuberins'that bas.yet din-
r wan iors seemed to extend oetthe ninss, each vert. .Vh n a founder of a'fect square.
p commences at the 'appointed tiine-r-two of the of the '
graced S'panish
E- :: talsed the bead awl joined iii the hymu. A chorus J.bis career, be finds hi* fullowcis few, and means mound were'lsecn ejirils of these i* cut into fuurparts, and placed beliceu S even historyIn reprisal '
1 : u4 .U ... ,:. gving towardljbe' i iCtllementsQprthspine layer prepared and for /slaughter of 55 prisoners taken by
followed the chant aud ttey"aro;tho pntso- raiitvtlf* ** tl glviug wcrdlytOjjli L months&fter.the c9nfieIc4the child ox-gut, a packol -
.4 for pywcr wrs then git en Id the Great Spirit aud and inculcates great simplicity of manner, thai appioredTaf t5e llme"appointed, and ;rewing.to ofih. e i is bearc-n ot before until they extend Cabrera al'Villamalifa, an equal nnmber ofCarlist
'- supplication for aid.in all couflicu. Aiiutbir they may hive wherewith to advance hu'cause. manhood became thegruat magician u j f bis tribe; to about four iocbe square. Another prisoners confined in the gao! at Valencia

.: song loll the great deeds -which his arm bad After the foundation is laid, and)there are number'id .S l bcJwouM! conceal for months, and ret irn to subuivUou and beating takes place, were brought out.and.shot on the aTtcriiooiiof1 -
r* achieved through their fighting men-they were the rich and powerful among them, who 'mounds to sacrifice, and there display the thea nd thus arlasl: the two ounces of gold produce Sunday; the' 3d instant- That
:' ..I a religion's people The whoop that thrills tlie can afford the usual modes, it has then the sanction cceiie of fires, to the astonishment of all.' 2400 leave's, and each grain haVbeen .Cabrera" and cawljtorwUuft k.4 fg.Tenge .
q nerves ef tnos to whom it breathes destruction, of custom an Jibe wcakjh aded make it apart I But there always appeared to ," continued for ibis atrocious .
me opened but to 31 inches ofsur- massacre byjmnieu.latiujf
the and the of faith, and attach what uoarly square
given an
to
was by priest 'responei nnportai.cc fe'eNvilla! ,." to be a connection, be; ween this l l still more of
1' L .. from the people i ung through the tvelkin, njit J I a sprung from poverty \Vhcnihe mother of the tradition and a tale I beard, related) I ii J a family ace, havibg aibickuessofubontl>15p,000ibof I his tbeu5nbappy'prisu'uers itt
.' I echo brought back the Bound from the skits.then Shakers in her insane imaginings, had'built one at Tampa, which I served When a gir. A man, an inch. Itu capable hou ever, of 6e possession there cxbis Hot a doubt.

.; I .. The knife, sacred to.the'duties of acrific thin( world and revolutionized another was a glory of eccentric character lived long in FIc rida alone l tog much ihiurrer as we have already noliced. The' termination of tbes exec-able proceed-. '

.: t :. gleamed in theme, and a FCalp. a finger, or p< r- perhaps toaee their costume denote her devotees; at- its early discovery ; having.comti u'nication Mr. Jacbb estimates the aunual con* fogs cannot be.foreseen. The number of

I. faaps- haud.waji taken from each prisoner];; and I for it flattered, her.ensa of su periority.. Queen I with) tbe Spaniards the far off Ulan Js, procuring sumption of all the gold beaten iu the United victims that w ill bo slaughtered in thecotirjoof.it

'. I while thue wero' being deposited deepen tie thou inayst be, Ann Lee, in thy own estimation,p thnj all instruments and, means to operate Kingdom at about 17,500 ounces 'of fine equally sets calculation defisncs. '
t i r side[of the hit t. tha tocsin beat a slow and ntournful'sennd fired by '' fierce ambition," to wield the'scoptrc pii'the fears of the natives for Ins ccu rity ; with go'J.'The' / j FRANCE.There ,.,
: the tread of those below of fear over a few-but it will never'make
to performini a S
rockets fires '
I. powder, and at that nod this
I p only employment! gold in tbe arts, ,/ are iu Paris of the '
'- the. march of death. Tlte hundred ririeit I world eobmiskive to folly while 'a little common was an matter rumprs .formation ';
lie kidnapped in Indian
I ., d oftba altar came forward each with a fagot( frc mthe'bitch senee is vouchsafed to tho 'rest of mankind, auca I child lolearn easy the language, and on'the founding other ttiie than in iIs'moahic, stOles, isiu a of a ministry, bfrwhicr Messrs. deBmt-

pine of the barren and placed thorn .glimmering light shines to mark out. our be- of b'r.Augustine joined society ugaii ,and enback' preparation which is used,for paiutiug. h lie.Sour, and. Hurh nn areJhe pillars. This

: : around the sufferers : forming a guard aftepi a rd i ngi' end and aim." S the boy, to whom his art ole< ujury has; cbiua,4o give a: pink or red color. has led tosome, attack against th'e D ?lrinaires '
: L to Uw right and left. The high priest with a bla- Superstition ascendant, is the morbid ravings beerrtatight. His solitary habits conti iued, and by Ubeial.orgausVwbo )bafa hitherto "

; : t :- riot torch ascends tbe. teps and strikes up the i I of a splenetic soul, and deadens as it taints the he frequently, wandered to the old I taunts and S ,'Mr. Jefferson' T1cs' - r p war long of tbe nation-all add their voices, ai I l lofty aspirations ofman's natures) It U the intel communicated With the Kis iinmee
: ; dI l lectual pi est ; butt following rules (practical life'were, given Among the repotted measures to !3e '
p ; the dance begins. When carnage is threaten : I gangrene of society ;! and though it detroys know nothow. true the story, nor wh it became t '
y : : to the foe in the song the torch lights up tbd f i jnereal what indulges it, and dUgusls its fbjhold. of Iim" :, by3r.Jefi'csooiia! lcu'erofadvice to bis, brought before tbe French Chamber* daring

;. pyre, and 'the lurid flame rushes in as i I. eta, yet iu poisonous sceuU affect those who de. We praised the fluency of speech at d correctness uamesake< Thomas' JeQerson Smith. "ia I tha- ensuing session, he Constitndonnelstatss.that

I eager for the blood of thosu xvlio, surrounded I>j epise. and fastens its fangs on op poser*. It istno. of expression ; the accuracy and n inuteno/s 1825.' / Govermeni iuteuds to propose an 4.

: '' fireslill| mocked fhe malice of their tormentofs; iron penetrating between the marrowanc, I of meniHiy possessed by Sewilla ; 'am assuring '1. 'Never'put off till tomorrow whatyoucan dor extension 'of ihe; charter of the'Bank of \

.. ,'.. : 4 The dense smoke is,driven Jback and conceals p the bones : parting too .the soul and the body. xve should listen with great interest to another t oday.'S ,. France for a /onrserier{ years, although
,
r ) : tbe-jvictinu for a momoot-in that moment one The wisdom of.man, when tinder HJ rule, be rceital that'which '
rent her with her little it boWs
away fovely girl 2. Never trouble others for'what do ,nowj ba$ stilt- fwur ttara
can
leaps over the barriers of fagots, descends the, comes, his tormentor on earth, and renders the to in the allotted while yon '
tent, w sat much ortin. ,
s northern side with the rapidity of lightning. the best friend a foe to his pejghbor ; love to God I repose yourself ..S' '5 i
: .. : darts \he. small .turned longer, 'to compare notes from recol ection of 3.,Never spend m6ney..before have .Tbe Sleek asserfs"tiat reconciliaiioa! ,ii ).
Uie Me iatbe
:; :: through guard on ouUide, to revenge on man ; to man history,'and-discitssed until the thenvi your yon
f' F while they are chained by .surprise and : name of wljm destroys all that renders life desirable hausted in conjectures-rtlie Alounds-oi was ex- '! :' S about to be signed by all 'th.member jf'
thelin.I Tchop'ewUmio.t
tenseness of-feeling at the eicitiog I and would even annihilate that life itself kalig.i. S 4.. Never buy what yon do not want because it tho.Bounararte family, in oblirion of Uf : ; threads the thicket, and baffles1'his pursuers 5 re'turns With a smatt beginning il rapidly'inercasef in: : is cheap. S domestic diffeiences, a want befog'fafFby
to his to tell the sad fate of Iris size; what at rftJieems too insignificant them of S
tribe corn to combat '
; ... Np tio'i or CORPORATI ).ta.-"A 5- Pride costs us more than Lungerthirst, and spme rneasure that shahlv4ethenv
pantons. byjeasonj soon masters reason and overturn for
i .i ,'. J!; 44 The performers"of that.tragedy- Ion| tho decisions of understanding. Turning iti company,"said he, "places great advantage i ,jn I cold: ', : ,' ihe defence Ipf Uieircpmmoa iatercsfii( ; and

; r;: .* since''disappeared and tradition says but little o;I. attention first on trifle, it anon makes mountains the hands of a few individuals, who day' attend I _'6., We never repent of having,eaten toO lit- withdraw them 'from -.the capricious lo"---
:. t: their! character and fate. They were superstitious oTvmolehills! -an amusement becomes a crime p. very well to their own interests, while they neg t he. ante of absolute Governmeiit.?' ITuVji
S.
: and{have left many of their vague ideas of supernatural and* folly a sin, while cheerfulness is, declarci::1:1I lect those 'of the maw. t Thus, every' company'dcgenerate 7. Nothing is troublesome that' '; Wff do willingS nal adds that this Wtof retoneiliaiM is "to :
into
L ,. beings to other Yo recollect will the high road U damnation. Thus is superstition. friend an obligarchy. It is ways! the: l yt .* be signed under Ihe guarantee and t ie pra-
? what horror July, our In Jian negro guide, heart I but let ns resume Sewilla's relation. of power to which* it bj ready ft > lend'iu How : I I lection of the hospitality of England "-and
.8. much ;
assistance. In pain have those
: : .. 2 : the proposition to'eocamp on tbe batfle ground o f Twas the son of the escaped Indian that toK 1 this point of view tompauies 'evils- cost ni m affirms that the matter f ,
which $ a of
<
iubjeet
were exclusively suited to old times and old never happened annof
7 Christmas this lake It is me this andthe incidents. sys :
i on ; yesterday. tbe following Many years ance to the foreign
1 same with all our people. It is supposed.tha t after this tragedy,our tribe took posiession of the tems... Free trade, on the contrary, is'favbrableto 9\ Tae'thingsawiy byiluiCimooth handle Cibiuet. department of the.French I' I
: j hover about those and mounds but seldom dwell in tlieir the interests of. all classes; it exciter: the ima 10.. When
: .fhosts places night, the diditbey long angry,count ten before yon speak ;ifveryjangry S
f Bight of one would drive.the beholder mad. Tbethoright immediate vicinit But (he white people pressed gination and arouses the activity of a people. H count a} hundred.) Correspondent] of At Courier anpuer'' 3
is a source of terror to their minds; an irtIeid.aofboitorapirithassuchaneflecl, their brethren had1 been burned. While afar independence. In this respect it u most in union Poor Van, Amburgh.-Tbis man is riot, as from ihe'Uuited States,tha packet 5hi GakP

: no Wonder Uie'wght f ncj 4yiewji>uould nonervf ;- onr men would say they'could hear the !t with"our modern system." After the| treaty of.Amiens ;is generally believed, ihe o.wner. of ihe wild I rick has put into Dnngarvon the cdasl *
l said
I bnd oa
Napoleon the *
theIL IL ILhe grand
't
Voftrate the
warrler < and burners question
tLe declare
: .. stoutest ,. ntretnblinjp I- ghosts; reluming\ beans who perform atJDrury Lane Theare. Ireland ; and by this
discussed before meanrwl have'
Ihoroughly and adviees
me, at
vf' great ,
: fear tho untutored whoop-and the solemn- shout of the prieswere'distinct a '
I heard both They belong to individual named ; from New York to '
srou nd them. About thai time tbe length ; statesmen and commercial I TilusnpfiThe tbe,2f3thnlt.) tTW
said
the this
: Sewillapaused us and appeared(I youngest sjip of our wa .chief dapearcdThwhole men, and my final opinion waa.iu 'faor of free ClemeuM, .-for all tha'the al Several important -ehargei .bava ia-
shebad
whether *
to be reflecting uot: one too far ;
$ ;.. undoubtedly her* mind 'was affected with whn: land,jwas searched. The chief then assembledthe.nation 'i,tradc, and against companies." [ lows Van Ambur h.fur nishtly runojog, place m American securitiet wiibinr tb! '

p p ; a moment before she.eemcd disposed ridicule : the ;talk ended"by one more the risk.pf being torn to pieces by these lions, three, days.. S; _
; : Oh Isupersilion thought I, where are' the! limit; dctermination-to seek the lost cliild. The routes TUB REAL GRIT" FROM THB Wcsr -Anofficeholder tig'ert.aud: lerprids, 51.! a week! Van Am- S The'loan, which Mr. M'Doffia'hai bee

t' I' ? to tbyreizn. Shall 'we look through the'jnhole, were laid down t but a thought>truck'him am 1 Rt the West,who lately retired from burg has .bis sandals'too, and heel, armed I 'here for. some lime, for the of .. _-___
purposo
1 ( .family of roan, and, find a, people, a natTpn, o nil were breathless at the question, ll'luJhissiturchcd his official duties, winds |ip his oa occasion : wilts a sharp and powerful spur, with"which Ia 'tiatmg. has been at length taken
I the mound .Tokoptialiga 1 None.\No in the following (loquenLwann r: by ill
; t; : eve an individual who does, not'own thy sway r ; he pricks his gri.ly'conipanirus inio house of Baring, Brothers
FothiunchoIautks at thy mention.arid jiprak; one bad gone:within the fancied distance uw I Nowgentlemenu tuitlters not to m whether apparent & Co.. the a.Y
: 'I .. lglt1yof thy powerwe point to'his *ctions, an 1 ghiuts hate power and where'iheir walks b; \ von call ma skunk, 'posuim or, racnoi : I bayluu.rllied sub mission ; and his head is 'rubbec I mount being 500,000 HiofHii.Hlifcp.W

'* &* ref f< rio bfs practice and prejudices, to show him moonlight are "ciicumscribod. :A chosen nuthber for a.long lima hi the big i grass of with some,un-uent of whichith.beastsIri, f.5 which has been taken is 95..with
v '
4e ? i the slave of.some imaginary creatici). Jn thoInd are selected to vIit them and ascertain whether Uairmiqeiif, iwhete till fodder has n vet beensacrificed remarkably-fond, as .i j > seen by' their (re- videndfgoni lit of July limit. '
their magic had not enticed thither the luckless licklnii, uhjish-I have been somewhat .frequent licking it atfact.wbich Is The ____
:. an, the enlightened would censure tbe child t. ; ; supposea I toanwh'kMr.B3ddlo recently tOot _
; i h notion-of the |ho tly lemon ruling in. the boy1. S by thorns and thutlci-' % and hurrassee b the con L by the.syeciaiors< gdiod easy people lo'prbiceed fortbe sisjippibasal\; o be,*1_ _
: air' >night with voices frigbtfal and shnpca petrify L. "The morning was clear, and the deputation Slant barkingXpf curs My own peace from pure affeciiun. The mJbager, re-sold (or the amount of je250,000f '**"
: : ing-but JU turns round and atks why yondei had been roused by the boding!owl. You(are and comfort remiirit' ,that I nowquit tb field andshould takngjor his motta "No Song no'Supp ,**" iTlIh'adj'ViJelid trom'th 1st at. _
into of
crawl ,:my'oSyi private and tha 'prai
t ; men: and women are sinking in yonder pool, or probably! aware that our warriors are nsed to con borough ; does not allow the montb. co'Ginb) _
S. ony of y on, hereafter, endeavor to B ir, ms brutes"any.'tciufe* until I ?,''i from-Florida ;friia|
p" roasting on that blazing pile for denying thel'rit: rider the note ohis bird the omen of victoryan a oput after have refused ;
-I. 5ency.witchery. Do we feel, astpnishmen will wait for several nights near'an ,with so long a pole a* to be entirely of I\Y they performed ; it is then they anoffer which was yciteiday

to i$ thf iwAof the savane so far benighted a i a for .the signal of altack. Thus thesemeo encainpmen, h at reach, ,1 shall, t o say the, least of it, squeal S most are fe!.. They are kepTthe whole dabe L to.hqJot4be residue pf ih* jota hri iLi '

: ,.t.bnjuI7a God delighting'in! slaughter amamilib ci been three nights within two mites of their des"tination I-S awfully'! \ bind the scenes in tb& dark, audit is won TCrrltOry'l' | this. gentleman estimatiflrcii, 4 4of

,. '4 ;'eomplacenlly' on the, contortions of tbefryinj listening for the assurance of-this su .1 derful that The suddf n expcsuro of the glare a fd s %"Iozda ratbIr higher ibm *&**', ,
*, foe. -while he receives thoao to the par perstition" When the lioot of nijbt'n round) facet d CHCXRrCL9ES9)S VivLi-J3oz; We I remarks of ihejheiiire, anti pecahly, of the foot Cartepin4 with ( S

t .. :adius.n hunting grounds who' multiply the tor- bird had ""awoke them, each seized, hi**weapon That a Cheerful oman may b' of great assistance lighisi does 'not turn them mad. In" th? on ih!';Lo dun Stock Iffchirije" '!.th.A
.- ..' & 'f' tore* of.the writhing victim t. Look oprselves a with alacrity ; but the short breath arid compressed I- to her hnsLand: in bu.smefs\> by wearin j a cheerXul .'.more congenial attnospbered of labaoialoan whichitfmrla.t'coai '
Aftlev's ,
: : .4amQrnentandletsziefonwbatwe 1 build'onr lip indicated,}bal every nerve was strained InexpectaU mile contipually.upnn her couutei ance. A f ftnanVperplexiliej they I -
: topes of eternal happiness t See:bno in proud I .m.t>f danger,'andihat high exertion o( and gloouiiop are increase f; werecomparatively; the well:off for they upn.yott .were infornjeU tad been faked 4fj
were during '
-.place'feel the assurance of,a mansion ia tbe courage was called for.. As they{approached th light and air]- thehonse >f Palmer, "aeihIo "* "
7 skier,"from ih 'lgreat .decree of a, partial God,. m&rnidsa figure was thought to be seen retreat t. with a continual scowl uponher'brow. A pleas -Amburgh saysf'e will naverHe able! 0 uutortuateJ suap-euded.aii; conieqeN.

F. I conttitatinc hiai better than bis neighbor tee ing from thenv and they proceeded'cautions3? anCeheerful wife is a rainbow scL 'ii :the -sky i, turae one of the tigers, it growti most Tefociomfy ( ubtt which have beeadiscoverii;*

It : jtj.nanrnakebisritittobeaven by the cut of slowly, and] circumspectly toward the phic I.. when her husband's mind U'.tossed w lib stormS] at him :the unfortunate man laiely as tOthetiature of the powers of the 4g sit1' 4'
his oatwhiIeb1iWafe and children will be the The print of footsteps did not eicapo the and but dissatisfied had his leg' torn bu ,
y saga L tempests; a and fretful wife but.wheiherby thilamla-I sauna difficn hies are ? .of i hra<
1 prt&kerlbt1tIb1Ufla by following his dctomi cious.eyeTj&f adventurers. They occupied] in the boor of trouble U like one of iLoae fiends'who ble cub or ono cf the otherf, we know and technical l merely.' ,
;, J : A: rainst all, feeb'n j an J indtntiion, jothe shape a.p. some hours W the raorniDg'in recpnnoitreinf the* delight to' torture.lost ipiri'j. S notV&t : description; ibe "partW"ar*$
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.tt.gjiii >*ive.Uifi the dcingsVl the.ConNMitfpn.v f : L"Doc'A': S"V. :: / /> '- -

Kapwta were rife it'aUahIuee, that Rev. C. Danfortb. Rev. J. Heplings, Dr. 1836. 1836V: -

71ipa Gt oMobiIc. 0 :oui *tort ibiotJnuajne1t. rf.bad. adjourned WithoBl' duing any thing ; 'iv. in P.-C. Callaway. CoUT., Hopkins. Messrs.J. Dee;5.-Cash paid Ambrose.Cop per/or Dec, B. Br cash received of Bernard -- .. 41S \
-- : J. O. D. Weldpn O. B. Welch, "" .
J Mersseji ,CTVSCCS g$ City Ma7sa1.J'roas .- .? 'Segui. 20 00 i
O'UuCf qf a divisio/rpn tbi banK! question II. Morrifon S, S.' ""-; .. 'Do.Joshua .
;The bD.tnesba1, -cousid.yab1ii4. MprtonVIn Joyner, 10.12 4-1wioth -
[Jp to lhe21sl; nit., the Cbnyention'ba'1 adopted the h.SaOdes-.Mr.AbeL .. .. .2600 Dec,20.Do., Antonio Alvarez, 491 2 'I.
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ulsshare takeb'pliKo bf United %taleiBafek three articles* betides the Preamble" and BUI oflliVL Do. James, M. :Gould; ftr' 1t37. --b' '} "-'
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Eitbts. viz:-the j fzecutue* Legislatite* > t and / IlARIi\E pnnlsag ear* 18356 34 12. Jan 2. Do. _PhiUiTWeademan.\CUrK\\ \ 4
? __, ebaroa tt 25 Cs. ind jof jpdsuijf'84Thorestet ; : W111fALo: i'.iPhilip' G : '
25
183'4\: .. '.
'" the rquoUuoni"remafavnchanBi; dryIbeseartic1eiproiid.; that the.Cover. I Jan.3. Remitted to Van Brunt -Char-: -' Weademan, Poor fnnd,. J 50 '

.d.- '' ;: :, .*|j'lo .u shall be elected for fonrjears, and ineligible sloaJjar 2 large Uank books, 2500Febl8. : Feb14. .Philip. Weademan. CUrk'of: Vaartet '-

lbs.political world, the Ear) of Durbw i. for.four;wore. The members of the] Mouse pfItepJ | Cash paid toJCeuben flJ'nk. \ | 566*". -

occupies uoirersal.attention itba preien sentativeijtp be elected .nnnally''.the Ben bamforrsnwzzn: 1OJg .i; "/Do.. Philip Weademan, Poor _
..time. His iordsbipisrnOvf'bourljr! I -_ "_\ :i' Wn.Iithg nfraa AJYUTth jj4 + ,1 ie I : : '
expect -
a tort for two: years ; and the jadges dariog good Etacktothe City, I ./ ,10 CO* Ma.rck 2. Philip Weadenun, Clerk of t .. -- ,
endlesi ) g
in Eojlaad are t PORT OF ST. AUGUSTINE.
land st.conjecture -
to arrtTe ,
J>eTisvipr,' but. removal!* upon, a vote of twq .: A AIarch.23. Do. R.; D.-Fontanotsmproi.' ..S. 8f68
ai torhis; receptipo court, ao I 22 E. B,Gould -
P.orfui
thuds or sentence under, impeachment. : sag &reeZs, .j 25 00 Major. 260f '
: probable future pbliiical career. Many'w tinfurmpersons ARRIV. 'April 18.loJ'RVD..Foniane,<' 'do,, '',5- J; PInup, Weadetuin,, Clark o/ .

however; are ctopinjo ], Our .TallaliBfiee) cprrctpondent, 'under ;Jan. 24--Sch, L LuranaSwesey[ Georgetown]r May 2, Do. Philip \V.aaeman.irMarr'ket.Clerk i_ S Market f" i i, 9.624 L- d -

: thal'hp will icireeJr.bojeceiTed.at".eoartijt! 2days. Lumber and Shingles tp Master." \ ,As sa/ayy, >' I. ,650" 'Philip .Veademan/JWFwK/, 3 3j| 1 : ::' .

1 all, Uw |i iaUtrj.eu unanimoufly.f onio- date of 14th Jaolj; writes thnt no o'etvs bad H* Scb.'Reaper, .Baltimore. June 2. Philip VVeadeinan, ,Br.!Market --ilay 2.Do. PhiHpyeadman.' .- CIerkpfj.; ,. -

,; Ion, tbtl'bU conJoct has been rash, paujttoate. b eo'received frpm St. Joseph sincere 5th Jab. 4.$lteairer FloridaNockSt.; Marys.Sch. .- Clerk,,Ass saAzig, _." *, : jr6 60 Mmrket, 4361 -:,

r aelfisb and ahogetber that;tif* 1bIu r iast. -. Kegnlui, 13alii Baltimore. : i4.to. for City Account, fiaad2cs,' ,,- June2. Do.PhilioWeademan.; .Ctsrkcf ..fBacLet. -

r 8 A. La.Grauge.Baltimore.. \' .for Patrol'Koom,. 21.68| ? CS.' 37 5
..j,. ..bennglMM' Lord Melbourooisv! 0 the anival oHtbe 8teamboa1orida Scb. Sanders. Dunning, N. York. 8 days. -5. Do.U. aegui", CoanctZ Jfcri, 2 July 2. Do.PhJip Weademan, Cbrk of : -- (
terpa him ; ondleiBnce/3uently that aalher.naif Bj .: qrt. Mloiyi ? -.25 0O-; Market, .. ; 13J8| \j,5
al of |he deojers ia the Caaadsi? Wj I Ibe Capt, KocKv wp bare received the Savan- I.-. Notice. r ." 8. 1)o..V. Sanchez, Letter Paper, 3 50 5.Do.: Geo. L. Phillips. T Col-1' : ,' .' v j'

laid : bis tbouldtrs, the poor earl 4 S. ,". .. Do. .R.D. Fontane fslprorisg lector, f 144 4* .
un pah_ Georgian and Reyullican of, tho 22d TRUNK with tic iuitials, J, W. C. > ,
. about to s1kI contempt *od dugrace. t iust. Frowibeforijer the following A :was sent'some time since br mistake, S sireciaL F'- 12. 18 5 20 Do. Geo. L. Phillips,TaxCol.'lector .-' -'!.*', -j., \ 5 -

The Royal Witriam, it anatn to sdirif? we extracl it it presumed, to the Rcr. Mr. Hick Aog.31. D.Allenrepairing fence of ; 895Septir.Do.Geo.L.PhUfips '4.
New York in place of the Liverpool, whichnow information relative to the PouveuT z S '\Pib&'sqtiars,May 2u 1634, 12 /W\ ritora> I ---p
which the i'nr'cauhavo' him I
by calling on
SILbou&bt'canflOI returu, ip tltneli tiod; from infer that that Sept.7.Db AmbroseCooperJbr n R' it ivbieb wo body. for it. : ofer iriaSanciexCr tk. 200.00 NOv.2.DOJOi.AUibluCLk.J. ,

I advertised for the 15ib ":jpf'the" eniuin1taootb. ** ; bad Tdpfited a Con.titutloo ind adjourned. JacZ2Z,1838. '- : Ul- DoU.>SeguiC1trkofossciZ : -4hu-ka1 22309. ?' -

I r' ", '* 'l "Florida.-Th St; Joseph Times of tho AN ORDINANCE ciii. 5' -one quarter salary; I I- < to S -
. From the London, V1rniflgUI&roftLde. \II\ 12th iti t. contarus the Constitution ted relating 4'Do.RiD.Fontane,2sywrejo/ --. Apru o. wo. Joa.A. Llambias, ,Cferk of 5 -;
> ,: jadop .Vago'and other Carriages kept for hire. B '' '
W 6a beardno-da in wberdiuformauoo .. and ,
quarters tone
e $ ,
? carting
br.tbe lata ,Conrebliou of the peoulo of Florfda. : Be ordained by the.Mayor and'Aldermen of 1hadUIObZOU

L' h such matters especUUj naj .of which ltobt.Riymond It1d, waiPresident. be Citypf St; Augustine, That no penon shall

"c ''tfuUy boundary relied between upon iba that possessions the ijueinon of urea o .. It occupies more than spven c.luthsofhat'pri or et/or other drive carriage for hire within, any the Cart city,,Dray without, Wagjon having; Nof.9. .B.Haiti.Segni, Clerk. of"Co*, nl., one 2200. OcU 30. rT L. Daney, Mayor.prating .

awl tj quarter's salary, j S ,1250 -NoT.O.Do.Jo,, A Llambias, Csj Mar' .
Britfin in North America tbeU4Stste irit obtained a license for so doing, from the '
Dec. 4. Do.-James M. Gould ; S 19 02.
eTtforheioglcriuaily adjuMed Cletk of the City Council, for the time being -
is oo the 'The ,
Govcriior's.MessBge has not come to 1837 34 .
atis who ball number and the and for year I. \ 874 : '
will register j
wbieh same ;
ft1 iisskl gf vs '
in ; 5
i5 a manner 1838.- ;;. t -
later. .
iband have dates much
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though we ; which license, the sum-of $10 for one of \ 5 :
: faction to the! public. oobotb iWeI'aQdb1nccurJUCoiLhttb year; JUarch 27. Do. Michael Andre .i '. :
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vparepairing
tlena the tn'i The lraichuianozbe Sib is'tbo latest paper $5 for six months;for each carl, dray, waggon,or ; .
; f and S ,
(\t jig streets causeways, .35 00 : :
other carriage 'shU be for the of the
paid
hula taei.stacdhatm 'have receivedfroor; Tallahaueol use 14 Do. John \ ..
we Ok
joreniriif uts. ; and One dollar for theClerk of Segal, repairing *
,-jr-:; '- ;$ *:; .- _: > \ City, theCity "' *
bee and TSS'.OO > .
have streets i. i-4
. municaiou$. fasonno jjme! past Council; as alec for his services in issuing each causeuays, ag r ? ? r L%
; juios ua between Mr. : Stop beoson. .the. Amcricao \: EDITORIAL COIULES PON DJ $CE. license ; and in cas "any person or shall "5-.29. Do.R. D. Fontane, '" "- *". */-* > 5.' |r" -5.:r'SI "<::1*?> '"-'* '*-"

+ r mioister aufl_ government aj oi4bii ... *. TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 14}. 1833i let or drive"for hire any can, dray persons, waggon, or streets and causeways the cLu.I 11'25- *|jf$** V: '. ''A' -, '3'd"" ? *$" -JP :,u/ V-r&j> *' *

point, and that Jt1 baa been deteroiinei 1 iaw Mr* Perry on Saturday ; and hi informs other carriage within the city.without having first May 15. Donation to City of ; -
::4
Tr> otf rai
*- c0iamli)9tt to decide fib Indiaus'are in ibe vieinfy of his obtained such license, or without having the *o I 3 1 ; 55
10 appoint ) upon uie tbaX e: June 1. D. Levy, Attorney for,Existed % -.. ;> ':.-; M '- -(" i
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'v.'qumuob.-Use'cfTeroineDta tbe.aame their >Iaitf placo/and. receulfy stole two .negroen from a in number figures of.such not lets license than three(and i inches no other long) ,painted on the .JLoriag!: settlement eon -" / ? .*" ;."->-- '- '., -J0 fc ;?!i'

reeommending.tnutually iidoptlq neighbor Six.ludianf were seen"attampring to .1 tract 'in .suit, for 4 ing a c-it ;- 4 4.-JJ SMV ..
most conspicuous of said cart, :1i -
part dray, -,
waggon $ L
thai$i'tfae.river Sl.Jobn: sbould form ibe se 21bridge over Saschez Cr4ek. .225 iTAtVA :,T> P. *. & : --* .- '
; break through thefickets .f aprivau] hiiusewho or other carriage,so as to be easily seen ; and haveforthe p ,
the onties.ybereby Au8. B.'Segni, Clerk Council 3 S r ..
two of
*|i*raling line 1twCeQ' of the same sober'd'ukcreetand < ; .- 5 -
management a 5.quarter's
that portiodof the province of Main w discovered iu- time Lsgi.Lheu such a able inch : s.1sry, .-.37.,50 'L ,: -

_ :i.1 vi hie ha be EujUfcttbate Inajrrhliried i't I;;recepUouat to drive them away. Moif'of jlhejliitiuuiiis : shall for every person such offence; ;person forfeit or and'pay persons a Sepjt. 12. Do. Antonio Alvarez,fr cop. 4 1

ceded to us, andla an equivalent:tbe coat : we, picketed iu, sad prueit' me sum of not less than $10 or more than $20. ies of documents. I. 100 5 ., -j -
Oct 30. Adm'r btBenet Uendance .
: Scgui.t
,. u iKttriitcry: lylnjs between the fiyeriSCruixand I Ubclutly aud'.uotal!appearance- and I am.pleas'ed 2. That all licenses for driving carts-draft, ,as a witness in the i ase of- :
; i .waggons,or other carriages for hire; within the p !
tit. Jubu, equal btsze.1ovitI! '
tu tiudltliat of
: afeeliuj sympathy ,CityviDirk'fteischmai
great prevails ,'year
, city, shall not Le transferable, and shall be taken
will bo made -
ire the other tide oeto leas.Do. ,; -L
'( up ou : iu Lehulf of our suffering ,ceu.trand for allot twelve months ; if for six'months; shall

't America' > : ..- particularly 'tov nds those, who have iced xperienJ.'Ir. / commence pn tho.Grit day.of January, and on : : ; Manuel Garrido,;
:. Ibu nieus'isiaqftI pofieii.Rl no% ing streets, .
Uy ths-firit, day Julrin 'each year, and if-for -Wi* t4sr7J.jk; .7* / JV
odr' tbe.ceuntrbcfwceii ad tnucb by.and during the Indian i isuiLiu- Do. Stephen Arauu,attendance aw1' -* ; *
*iUotlr teiil$oon"Jarjr twelve months) shall commence oh the first day /
Nova Scoriia and Cauadm.willbw ;ces. There.does,not seetn to binucl l relianceon'lhemeasurerof'GeneraXTaj"or of January every, jeer, ,no deduction, being as a witness in the ease of this : -f .4'. vJi--rfe\Jw

: laid opiu id uss pcJot in jtielf of vba van ; ; anl.tbe im- made in the amount to be paid for the license for .1833-7 Cityvt., DitLW'.li- <* .an;

4 iitmosiimp'Drtaoyejipora' eapeeially ..aifhcpresenirinoraeutaod presiion geuer&Ilhath.bLa; fallen'ijiio great the intervening.whoahall.haveobtaincd time between those dates ;'and Nov 5. B. Segui, Clerk of Council, 0J14 ;: -'- 1.1' 1 -& I'
such license
lhera.eanj.il lUile donbi( errois iu the distribution of bis (orce.titluis4sytheproceedings .. J every,person shall be obliged, and they rare hereby requiretT -S quarter's solan, r 12 50 ,

.; that the railway nbitbJiaiofieu becu propoaed. ''.Up of the! Council at all times of.the day, (Sundays excepted -- 4' 9. Do. John L. Williams; repairs : : '- u: -' SlopumpJa24,1837,1

R : frotn. Halifax Quebec, but M, oltec!; ; ,been of no importance. 'rodtiy that part ) to carry all goods,:wares,- merchandise, and ii Do. Thos.JDouglas/yrW 300 -' .. -p
the
of the state ot <
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.; put tiffin consequence commodities application being made and the t'
ibftbeGovcrnor'silesMge that relates, 6 the In-
!
boundary question,)will soon bo carried into money tendered ; and for every neglect or refusal sional services rendeted\ the '

elect, bj which mean* UU needless \\araay. idmuV r was referred to a select mmittee, "solo do, shall forfeit or pay to the corporation, case of.City ofSt Augusti ie,vs. --
Dirk fteisthman
Jj most in)portaut and favoralle cbatigajivtll b< kompoied/ot? )I uri. Tradew, W o3, and the sum of ten dollars > Provided always, That 11 4. Do. Thos. 350 -00 i ..
proftsionat i' *
Dpuglasjlr x -
the,owiierof such can, dray, other ,, i1
io our Canadian trade. That the waggonf .
J Affected puv: *l. i / senicts in the case of '
carriage, was to work
1 question of bonodarybetw enourpofsesjrona ', Air. Duval asked leave on some future day to for some person'or pre engn'ed shall? offer such other immediately reasonable -, ol. Augustine vs.' Sraistlon I A. _- .-t.S_ S S5'5 b '# S
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liould at leugtbbe advjested" Lo. 13OOG---- -- -"-- -- -- S
aud the United Siatei rji *ag-, -- --- ---- _- '
introduce a bi4>meudaU>rjr fahe.,45lhjand 4.6thiecU excuse as shall be approved ofhjr iluuCWvt .
i Id f itatlf fbe consequencei "Do..Tho Doughs,furprofe- ts 4- ,
if
: greatest n** f tli .acl relating to crimes and miideijneators or magistrate before whom the case! may be 5 .
'tionalterrieetrenderednjlhe\ : -
not that aeriuuf Uiiagrcement 'I' aa eyerjiCoQteinplatcd brought. ,
soy Irom ib : feel 1; McNeliUlso .edtIie like leave jto introduce and other in Uiu Mrictly and otJtert, 1000 : :' -' "' -'' i -c- .
, ) carriages city are" pro '' Do. Tbos. Douglas, .coinmis. 3" '-.- \ .-J.1.. k
ing!. n tbe bordeisand wfleuled to local du- a bill'to be eutilled An,Ac t to incorporate hibited from driving at a faster rate .than a walk / of'2\ per ft.for receiving.. k .*.!

tutbiUecs,20d: the $JjUMmecL3luIrCmU'itI the Black Creek and 8aatafe, Rail Road Cornpany. or slow trot or pace, through the EtrceU, and on / and 24 pr ct.for paying jut as .
S approaching or turning corners of street, they
all fear from Hie minds of alartuitH and ill. hall not rlriVB 'Ti fpr thAn a wnllr! Aid nnv Treasurer, i GG80-.T .5 ..- '-5 S : -- :':.- .

' jDtJSIICd( persuus as i' their being any cbaoce ( Reed also piked 'the like feavev to ',white or free"pe on of colour violating tlus '.5.-' Balance due to the'Corporatic. 12209. : 5 : : ,, ? i

via collision between UdiWU vDUuIrIv5. bring in a bo entitled, An Act amend an act clause, shall forfeit and pay the sum'ofjfire dollars Teai S '- : S 3fi7j : '
Executive at Washinrten and if a'slave bis : .
[ We understand tbat .the ; owner or employer shall
: entitled act to establish the County site"jjf'Hanulipn 3 / P. D. DOXAS, Clerk of the Council. ; .
an
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approves cf tbe rraujemeuj| aud, pay a like sum ; and on refusal to.pay the same, /, 5 if
ihathwaiMrvForsytb who'propo- Ciunty, and'to repeal at.act, to said slave shall receive not less than ten, nor -4!

ace indeed.to Mr.. Pox;.;the:propriety of appointing ao < make permaneh the County site of Hamilton I more than twenty stripes in the market house. City Treasurer's' account for, the last quarter of the year 183g. : -
4. Thatth& 'S i ih
following rates be allowed cartmen' 1833. I 1838. .
'the' -
referred ,1836/ .
;
iv.a that iho.Jatter CountygaisedllSlbJan -
mi but \
\ > *> t for loading, and unloading. '
carting : /
home. 21st Nov. -Paid to E. SFRACCI or i SOtb Nov. Received of Thos. Douglas \ i 2
: waiter;,to4be government at ;< fllr FergusOB'.also.-gnyexibo Jike nqtice fof For each load from the City Gates,east / coffin, .5 1000 Jtte Tteajnrer, aa balance of City funds,? J22 09 .-. .

YERLATE.FROM FRANCE. leave, to'iatrodnca a1 amendatory( to tie acu of Tolomalo Street, along said street, and S 28th' Paid to DASIKL S. GAUD HER, j| Jt Dec. Fur a license granted for theattical -. > .3 5

;( : The packet! shin Poland, Ciptain;Anthony arrivdd | relaijte lo Appeals iathu Territory. on lane the east side Sanchez, Creek, to a legal representative of DickersonJ called Cauoras Lane to/
-- yesterday1 Ironi i Havre; whence she sailed ilr. Gould presented the Presenlmeu$a of the running east poou ; a house declared to be a1 ituisauce. Rcspectlullf submitted by .
the waters
ontbel5th'of December Our Paris dates are of Matanzas'River. /'J2 cti. was 'sold by order of the City P. B. DUMA, .. .
of-St. Johns 'arid'.Mos'quitt'iConnUieiiif'Octobcr.Terai For each load distance within !tHe S 5'. 1
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to the cveuiiie otibe, l3Uindu5ie. Grand Jury i any Cpuncil/and the proceeds deposit in Cisy Treasurer. i. 5.
Letters from Brniicls of; Dec, llthj state,that 1838. Read.and laid ontheabTs. above limits. > : / 12iJ the Treasury,subject to the order of the Ftom tAf Nintet.-Ordeted,that the accounts :;'-
watfike preparations were gonigonrapidhiandwith S'i' ->Zi-i&" ", i- For csch bid any distance within the pioper person, 3875 of the late and present Treasurers lie pnbiibtd! f
i iMr'HGoulJ ,y
: /Thejurce to be railed was 70,000 .5 the resolution above limits to any point south Canovas' -. > list_ Dec.-Paid to JohnCapo.foi balance and the Cleik oi" the Coutci specify from the : ','
,
cffered
men,'to Increased to 1 lO.OOOif( necessary.A f- also following 1 Lane, / 25 of expenses incurred sup >oiting > .vouchers, the items for v htcbtbe money wu:1'
C erpadarmee was to march on ihe 14th, and thiI* lies on the table one day, to wit : j For each loid.from Canovas Lane,running i destitute seamen, 1000.5875) paid. < ,- .. -' .' .

F-k take'position-on, the.. Me use, ao as to command 7eWrcTl at a comuiiuee; to be joined, to couth along the'east side of Sanchez.' I '_ _- -Test, P. B. DCM&5 S -;:: ;
Creek, or intermediate place .. s
any 12j :
f Clerk of the Council. -
S
thehlontbe .
*
Luxembourg such commUtee as ibnll be appointed by .h ':
Tbm were diseasing tbc yaripus modes For each load from any'pohitwithintho : (IBalanca in favor of the City, '8834, : S '. ; hi h- 5
papara '
orb6stile>peratipns. such as blockader! occupay $ehate'tO report upon the proietyoiproviJiu irst named limits to any/point west of 1 subject tojan appropriation of $2p.for, : : -
: of Sanchez Creek, altar as' Solana'a Old 5 .
.
, tteooftheunH'jry&cV /* by. law for iho establishment a com : Utioncry. 5 ,
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ferry, andas far as UiVwest end of the '5 S 5. :
"that Ciiznsoft1iecitizeubf -
A letter from Vicnria taya, a/diplomatic tpissiou to Deceive this : '-H
lines running from the Fort JHarion the"- *
to .
,4( Congress? will be beldin; that capital this relation year, tot Territory sutained by them during ibejpte&eut east"side of at. Sebastian River. -' 2u- Cheap Goods for:.Cash only* S S Public A'ottce. .. .. : 5I

L agree zipoiaome general. measure m to. Indian disturbances, with the view, For each load from any point,'north of THE Subscriber in grafeful citizens of rV- O ALL wnom ft may concern, I give pub> vi

the qusraaUne system Ikt. .ascertain tip acioontof) claims; Canovas Lane within the first specified limits to Territory of Florida, *n 1 patticularly -JL lie notice,and do caution all persons inter :
any point of North7 City, south of Joyner 'of_the city of St. Augustine, Jacks)n itl9l Alan ested, >not to 'purchase from F. L. Dancy ahdMr t '
c. 2d. Topfrgctuate testimony in suth cases street ," continued' to the St Sebastian daric. and Black C/eek for the liberal patronage "Janet Grabatn, nil,or any part of lie FER ; I S

3J To.claimcbmpcnsation there for; ibrough River ?; ? -;; -" -' .' 23 has'rec.ejved of them, and aplici attention to RV-TRACT, or Heights of St. SebistUn ; and -A : ,: t

4.TJkitre4ayJan.. 24; 1839. the"Executive of; the TerritoryffOmthe governUent 'For each load from south of Canovas* this advertisement and a hare of public patron all or any part of Six Thousand Acres called ''. -'

*r! ''. Us PeopU.m ." of the United' $tateij'andthat said Coin Lane to any point.North City south' ,ofJoyner age forth present year! .Findingtthecity over'run BUKNA: VISTA onttIeSL.Iuhnandany&all :- -
Principleiand street. 3U with.transient traders, he is npelled to doa othei land* in Territory ; and any ahd all -

? [ -INDIANS CAPTURED. hive leave to report by bilUf plbernise., For each' load from'any point north of cash business only! to enable him to cope with Lots iu ibo.City of St. Aogniitine ; --vljich said T I 5S

SIXTEEN officer of the t Iu |he Se'nate nothing has been done, except ibe City Gates to any other point south of othersand he pledges himself to keep-'on band Lots and Lanrfs (ezceptlht Height of St. Sebastian ; 1

We.learn by the, arrival of an to appoint to a jniht committee to prepare rules- Joyner Street, continued to the St.'Sebastian a superior:M orimeut .of.all kinds of Goods in ,accidentally or designedly left out of the '

.' J. Army from Fort Barter, lasYevening. that a dtaebbent *- River, J2J his line of business, and will sell t lem as low, if mortgage, are more fully>'de cribed in the mortgage i
: of three coupaaieiot Dragoons, tin To daythe Senate'conCrmed some.ap"poinkment! : 250 feet of'Lumber'shall constitute aloud, not less than any others an'this city, wholesale or on record given to me a* Trustee .nf my ,,); 4

ai( assuming the.! power,to independently of the 250 Brick, a load. retail.- Any ''joods taken. from his store to look children! for-the purchase money by the said .5-
B&kLtIefl'FortDIUkrOfl
Aei CapU L .OTD J. .400 load. and returned in fot hours will and ftlrs: Graham and which th. refuse .
p House. This issumption of power is in the teeth I Shingle* a at, not twenty Dancy y *
$ou$ of seven days,and returned on the 21st, lite act of-the steu1oEifurrorgar One full Hogshead or Pipe a doable.! Load. be considered sold,and,,on ad vane charged on to pay. fFctftr. Dancy.will pay .me, a' be ie ,, _____

;' naTnj captured1 16 Indians. When near the of organic One Tierce pf Rice or Sugar, a load/. ihern 25 per cent., >.Any'person :> ishing.credit : bound to.'Soriocrpal arid in ereur now due onxmy
buig the Legislative Coq c. One Barrel,half load.. ; v'- for then oodsand brcalling.at and hot ttll be lia told '
.' XOia-pop-ka Lake, discovered an Indian trail -- ', a must expect 16 pay more ; mortage me- as me, 4
halted EARTHLT HArriHKssrTbU is a phantomofwhich :,4 Cord of,Wood,a load; ; \ his stores ihey.'CBi get nany arti tesforhalfpiice that be owes me notbing.when I have Asked him -. ,-* '

wblcb be followed np until be lost it, and all are:in pursuit and which'none: have Every full cart'or fray load of goods,,warea, : by'paying the cash His assorttnent for what i lie rightfully mine-then I cannot object '.,.5 : t'

IB a short time be heard a rifle, and on lookinguwaturkeyMI.rrom.atreG'about yet been able to embrace,. Most people CAH see merchandise, .and commodities, not heretofore consist* in part of.Dry Coo Fancy articles to fiis selling and making titles' to the above .5sJYOTICK. : 5

cpbe 150 it, but always 'at a distance.;%:It. iia{ mere enumerator and IP bulk and'weight,not equal ,- Ladie Bonnets: Hat, Cup SLoe. ,fiootsIlardwttreCntlety. land*. F..J.-A VICE. Trustee. '-

His were instantl/extended shadow, always ,flying\but never caught ii toe full'hocsuead pr pipe shall constitute a load.. Carpenters'/r>ols! &y.and St.'Angnhthe.Jaii I?, I83J. 33-tf S -
it: jardidit.' men alludes, but to deceive ; it premises, only lo disappoint ,5i'That if any owner or driver of any :cart, nearly every'article called for,toi numerous to .7IU8lLaL'8 Kate.. S :1 ,
; and urged rapidly forward, when be succeeded It is the grand object.for which most dray, or other carriage for hire, shall demand or in'entioii, having received from No *, York, Philadetphia -- S

: in capturing tba JO Indians-2 men,2 boyst and people live ; but perfect happiness' is what nopersoflliTiogeed1et receiveany. greater rales, price or prices for the Charleston. end several other places I BYvizInev1Lwowri; *Court of fieri for frcias the District issued. 5 t '
,. found and what carriage of of.the adi rr.ehtioned in the and to I
and chlUren. noIe$ ever any an extensive assortment, will.coittfuue 5 jii
the test women :
Florida, and directe-l
of gut to and'delivered
me :
cau find nntit they arrive at that, exhansttesseourcefrom 4th clase of.this ordinance.than are allowed, the receive by n.arly every arrival godd* various : :
has left for:'the Okefinokee will Mfe'in the .
Capt. BeaUVCompany' whence; springs.-the throne of person offending, if a white' person.-or a free"person de in front of the tba.9th .
Court Home
Swamp'. -.- t'd S'I'I'Ii of color shall for every such offence pay does not wiali to puflT.' but havethe"public to Augustine, ( ) OB -"
of Fedruary'next'between the kauri, of -
) that .the sIne, of five dollars and if have his and for.themselves1, before they day
learn owner "pur
Trom the same source we on '1'his bis been ; a ; come judge '
i Dr;7/Ji tJuneood.- gentleman 10 o'clock at A.M. and 2 o'clock oflhat Jay, all :
UOth .a party, of Indians, near Fort Brooke, at Wilmington, N. C., making observations, to r employer the shall payalikiatn. end on refusal chase eUewbcre, as they can save their::money the interest of Fernando Sfaii Arn dondo. Sen., 5
to said JOHN J. 1 EDRICK-
samr.lhe slave shall be dealt.with and credit too ;!
hU end his theory"that the line of no .variation is a pay dec'd in'a certain hou and lot attested in stidcity. -
I fired on&waggoner,whilu with team, se. heat % as is provided| the third clause ofthia oidinance. St. Abgnrtinei Jan l.1839..4V1IEdP -,;. e ,
circle and that there are but two magnetic ,and Bohmirdon the -
him in the breast luCnot great 6. That if 2tGrorge's ffreel.
wounded okadly ; having obtained ,a license -
any person '
A4YCTl7 pole*-one of which jab in the Antartie circle.Hie. .- GOODS Ea t by said srreel. on.the gontb by lot be'opcingtoMts t'5
asforeiJ.shall,within twelve months,bo
aa prevent bis e.rcape, In,the waggon Wilmington Advertiesr states.lhat the ie convicted of four this ordinance 5- WHOLESALE ANJ RETAIL.. ? CspOj on tie Norib by lut of If a'damaPeranlt c-p.
tel 'of oats and corn ibe latter they of bis obseivaliens established the 'theory;, onenccs against the'citizens undontho wwtbv Creek
i wen bags j;; ; nit before magtitrate citv either Subscribe" are grateful p Bndce -Taken ,
I is instrument; the Geometer,was used for any Sethis bybim- THE: its for the the' of Feinaiitfa Maze Arredondo.
and
: r- odeavored, to cany off and, probably! from new self or any other persorf driving the Sc .Augustine vicinity as property >
isolating- the latitude 'and longilute on beaMS cart persons I Ural p'atrourge they have received,and as they Sen d c-tvto latwIV t wa jadgments and costs'"of '
draywaggon other which
leave ,
were obliged to aflerconTeyiag or to
.carriage,
fngbiu they '
: schooner Repeater,pn her passage'froi New, any'sueb license refers, lie shall forfeit such; Ji- inlend remaining here only n few day*, respectfully -; suUio Civor' crA*hael II owe, surviving partner : .

it about 100 yards. The oxen iri the wsggon 'ork to Wilmington, with success. cense, and shall not be entitled, to receive'pne in solicit conlwuaiion.v. They are 'd lerrtjinedtoVeiratthe'tocwiJ '5 &e.-vi. Charles- Robioa, Executor.$ Ac. .

I wits left _nnbarmed, On the 2lst, CspV Tompkias Pate o/lAe..l7cAee jBiV/v -Fivo hpmanikeletons less than twelve months thereafter. '1 '" ffew Yn''t WkcUsale'St F.L.DANCY.D.pMaaba. .'- .
AI
+ urns-t up wiln i'hercispsna captared their have beeii found on Ins Florida 7. And be it further ordained by the aritboiity Retail Prices Their assortment insists. in part I ;._..t. A gn tinc, 10th Jan ie: .- 5 .:.

ctuap .qoipage! j the Indians effected their escape: teach, ooat. the Moeb appears from papers aforesaid, That, all ordinances or parts of'ordinances of Dry Superfine Goods and Broad Fancy Cloths!articla.Jewllrj.Cutery, of diff rent colours! ;, : S.
heretofore
buad, near tbein, to,have been part of the passed regulating carts, 2rays, Perfumeiy, & and various othe r.anio's: too EORGE.L PHILLIPS JAMES M, ---Y -i''
A bnderetand, are iobe' *established 'waegons or other carriages, be and the same are : -
Posts we Vy of thab/Hi; UcberBilly. Captaiu W, numerous tfennntlATI...- ; _. HjTt GOULD, Enquires, arej j>,pouiV d'my 5-.
hereby hepialed.
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lTi5r (lB .w J Ver,) Ton Lavdet dale, bound NewYorkind transact all bustncM \' Vmy '. &
.I MT row no, from Liavaus Passed.'lethjanusrf, 1839., ., V : '.J 5- S SOMMER3 & CO. gents to necessary during .< /j -

: Md Kei f/seeyaa, ; Actlva prtD rattonarare.ma- proVably Wrecked and the crew murder | V< F. h.IUANCYMiyor.. S S CSLjItotd. absence.- S., .C.. M1OULD:4 '' ; hDc : -
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'II-ti. Eoiti.di.y' : l BY mzrr.z1DENT OF THE S : ..
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:: .;' "-, I. SHOP.r. j ,,' iRJ- ; I',, :, ','GOODS, STORE V 'TA'rELS: ":'r.I IIN S : : .; .. "_:.:: : .. i" ;
IE)n JerslgneU bag the PURSUANCE OF LAW. 1, &ARTIN
as pleasure to nnHE: SUBSCRIBER baa 3 astl'returnedsJL' ;bo.ftt.r i. .
f ",.}f. ;' .f, bis friends.aud the Jt.hc.tb&fb basVow Y,froni Nevi York with large and elegant : V4NJ3UREN. t.JIM U.iledSlaul S :. cata&jpM

: 1-I ".''lhU !sf'11.,9peraLion.)1I' : 'NtVV FURNACEtt :supply' -tof fashionable GOODS:comprising eye.ryfTarietjt .f4nsorica'doboreby, < declare and make}known I ; < -- 5'1 I,
4''L 4t 'J 1-r 'f,,'!.c .. acted on the late.t'arid mot improved prinjtcipla. :Of Dry.Good Fancy ''arUclea" Boou; tbat a pobhc..ale wiU be bektat St Augustine : : d.p.sfttths '.

: ; ;: y and'U! prepared (4 receive orders'far.l'INJtior Shoes, Hats,and tadies BODDetl-tocetherwltb ., in the'1'eiiyof Florida on :.Alondfy the. 5th '1 : ntU l&cy.are u"

.. C.\S leriptaoo, whie1 be pro*, 'ari'aswtroent of perfurne.hardware and lentleryv day November next for.the disposal 1 of thejnblic ,,, .

: : n..4 ,)to. execute with :'ncatness,ahd 'deip th?, : All of"which are. ruleon accommods') lands within limits of the nndermentin- .wtd.ie hays "
'. .r- .OtLat p'riicti \'iU\'n&J' exceed in 'eipeoseany"Uiatni ting-t.rm.r-- -. *: ZII.PAH .HOTHERrt{ ed townships and fractional townships in. the EastF1oridsLand > ; tame time witt-' '

i ..,1.c4I .,' )! iwported. .. :., : 8ilkji.frbite,blackanjcol'ed. ;large. a"ortm q"Satioido" Dint rifit. to wit: :1 ; I : S '
f :: .' :'F. *r ufs. 'MACHINE SHOP willbeVoperation." :,d.. 'do: 'do;- ''% 'Narda* o/Uu'lJ4 Lia'.d Ell" of gAiM.rid1&is.Fraction : more than one ':

; ': ., .-7.' /:;1' tbotth.uidd1eofNoy.mberandlthenIe FlorenciSilk, do., 'I', ;doi' : ;do'. ,.' township 1,a, 3,4, and 5,;Eaatof St. .
E '. 41 "red to ecefve'orders for- STATIONARY 1 Black.silk Serge; plain and fi3' d. Velvet Garni-- )lary'Riwer of range t"eDly1bre. ;I ;? : ;

k '. ; .. ',." \ :: andOCOMOTIVEENGINES.l' : '. <.itureSaitiand:: '.:. \ Townships 1.5,3.and 4andflact4nal" township :: $ .Libriry than the,cea-and'.. ;. ,. ,-.
'-' .'. tALio; -. "1"Alkindrsof ganze Ribbbhs; 'Ssrcene'.'Tadeta'and. 5!"f range twenty four. /-;r- *< id:for; ,I

I, .... ,, :.. ( 4' ; .'. ? MILUana MACHINERYwbr i '.s gauze Cap Ribbons;; Crap Lie.. ;' ... S .Townhjps 1,2.and 3,.of range nijfivo.Township : soon pa as the becke' l.' .

,. J A I orders from the country will! be teguUijIyattei 4Vht:,ndbIk. Cr.re.lIat Cia pet Challyl!Robes. 1. of range twenty six.' _. 'D : ,-. ''.'-S ,' .
i ..: q. f .' idcd to. ". Ch-lIeyeUes rfnrnitare Tringe;,fisnred M ns'in, FracuquilTowosbips J'. 2, 3, 'ndwe'ity ,.'of range to S .- .kt.-. .5' 'P'

'. ,.. ._;' .;Applr *t the Establishmebt, corner of Colunv Debune_ ,green Gauze; bUck'and, figured. Vest, seven.. ', J2.S ,' -. .' S ; .< 12| esats. : :
[ Friciipnal a.aei 3 :of .
., Lv ; : bus audNasssa streets, LIsmpsiead.orar.; na S," Townships range. ,. :. ":'
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: t- -;?:)ci4wi i. Patwa's .counting' ..house, Fitrsimons': Black bloeBlcek: ;'and Silk' Velvet, \ twenty eight.. S ?; : 4.00. ..}. -f,' :" .'
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. J be left whick Fractional, townships, 2, and .of range -.,
-: : wt rwhbrefrderlndfloteI may ., Cotton Velvet blkcold. andfixnred Merino, en. J
7 .' :. .- > wil be attended to. daily. r :i: Plain and figured Bobbinet*; 'jconet, ,.swiSs. twenty, nine.. t 5 "B ; : J2.00.'' '. -' ". ,, : ., ;,.'
South tit Meridian.Townthips .
Ike Bate tint andEatt '
of
S T11031Si DOTTERER1 of '
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ernssbarred and Mnll'Mnslins.
"i' BOOKSi '. .
,i :' : bHJestop; 8. C..OcL G" 23-4w. White and black dotted Fulle for Veils,. S Towiuihip'5,of range tliabreeD., S i >. .. ; "
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I Townihip Sand 6, of range nineteen i
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I Figured Diaperyr Thread La ce; ,_ -
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JUotel ;
ir City
ned 6 of
1,2,3,5, range twe4ty.: : iir
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Inserting .and. Ed in"jCambrjcEdlinl and :
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Undsrsigaed 1.2. 3. and 6. of ran e 1 wen one : -
THE t respectfully .Townships y
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Inserting.; Blond Lace,. ,- : -
friends andthe Fractional t<>wn.hip 1, wutbips j. 3,4,o, aut : : S : .
: L. .. ',> 4 informs his ; public Quilling and Ed tings r: Blond.Footing and Lisle "
F '. .: I generally that.be has;; leased the ,V: Edpinn'Brusel.Lace and Edgings. n 6,. of range twenty two S '.". 't. -.
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and 6 of
L "'lit ;_ abow. named establishment which Bobbioet Footin'and Quilling, ., :' Townships 1,2,3,4,5. ; ,' range twenty. ; : :
". : .'".: '. 'r .wilIgf.utdrebkept I by' hiiu in a'manner,. he Black silk Fringe for Mantillos: wonted Lace.N ; S three. :' -. .r., '; :. .. "
t Townships 1,2,3,45; and 6,of twenty : !';, .-;.
range
will sainfactiun Wallow ho
that "givo may !
'. .' trc sis; Calico."Bi.bop..awnI3rnalin.! .for mourning. '--j "-i; : ."
"r. : fai or .hirn-iwith their'patronage. au'd to entitle French Flowers and Garland.,., four. i i 'i'I. .h '.-1'1'
th House'to.,ietain>'tbe hih cffouutiou it!has Ostrich -alhen-and."lanbout Townships 1,2,3,4,5, and C,of ringe twenty. I Si :" i..r.f<
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S I 'S.,.,,aoSt. ," "l&w.d., C ROWAN. White Mack and colored silk,and pic-nic I' Gloves, r five.Fractional 1 ,iorane. I' nine. D-W .*<9..nF:

;. .: A just .:Jlo.I..J: t Kid. bncksMn 'and merino Glaven. township twenty '
;
commencing ;
the. in continuation .JtJ"-'J .i'
At .01'place ; ,
Stock's Collars meririn.lamb.wooFnJga ,.
CUUtlT-' J"-C41nt Snspenders;silk
11LlIl.cuUNTY on 'Monday tie ninetunth dayoffiotender next, for .
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4, :"InihemAHucfUitlLMaUof ), Notice. ( ey Under Shirti and ..Draw the disposal of the public lauds within the limits : : era.S,eb '"

i : \\Kafact .Iactm fkc** 'J discharged er.5Brad ,' 'of.the u ndermeistionedtownship. anto d fractional S ,7f"i ': :" '. .'
Cloths. Caraimeres and Sattinets of different : .\
ofrtheTesta "
,' R ANDREW.: :one -
TOIIN '
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I '.. tf meniary Executors the Estato of Rafael qualities and hues S Soutk ill w fcui I line and N tail of th rnnjJ lJl.' ;. :,:
:-, o' Andre vr, dec.,having adjusted tbe accounts with' Silk, worsted, ;lambs wool marino mohair,cashmur That part'of Tuwnsbip IIfeast >f Snwanne ? ) : '".: : \

( the! beir and auigns of said estate, hereby gives :and fintinn Honiery, rveroI range'fourteen.Townsnips ; :. 't

( notice hal immediately1 after the expiration of Soyrior Leghorn..Victoria. Florence plat'Tu 10,11. and 12.: of range fiAoen.. p ; ] : .

L : .' sik mouth from the date'hereof, he wilt'apply :.: -,can..Eiielich straw. British Leghorn. 'andS Townships 10, 11, and 12,'of range sixteen. > : ,<, r ,
-. to the Hon. the Judge' t.t'eGo'ult'or St.Johns colored Straw.Bonbets; Palmetto Hoods, J 13 of : : '. -
fr : 1. Shoes :Townships, I,12and an esevn- } ; i :I 4:
,; Perfumeiy; ?fall nsortment of menVwo : ..
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r I : C uDtl.for'a'fuliendJiDaJ'HuJflmtnLcfb, teen., 'f t.\ it-; v, ..; '. '
with said Estate and for bit 'discharge men and b'y.iJati, .
accounts ,
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Township andfractionaLtownsbipi\\-nd I : I
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,' such Eiecutor. Hardware and eutiery; Loops, paper H Dlinl'" L "-
j 'f. ? ,ai 12, [west of ArrwJonllo's claim] sod toWmhip ,\ -
: St. Augustine Jan 2.:1839.\: :. _, ._Dee: K 8tr.: ', \W 5' S.
r ,' :J\ : ., : 13, orrange i. .. !
\ :. ". ".'. .. .,. '.. Cil1d1. GOOD, Cheap:Goods for" Cask: only. Townahips 7,and 'tt,'and fractio< 'al township' : : ; }'r "- :, j

i" .: "" .' j' "WHOLESALE-ANUillETALL.: r Bill l E Subscriber grateful to the cjtizens of 9. [north Arredondo's, cai'm] fra< tional township | : .. 5 I

i\ I v': / ;'t, E Sobsctibeis are grateful to the c'uizeu JL: Territory of Floidaind. particularly 12, [south of Arredondo's. ,ell ] and town : .' ., ; S

'\ Y: '. ', Til f. St., AugUiuiia and iu vicinity'loir:tlili !)' of the;city of. St Augustine, Jacksonville,.Man ship 13of range'twenty.ships -; S
." S !.era I pat u te ilieyiiiavejec-ived.and as they darii anJ Black Creek for theliberal patronage 'l'ow 7, and 8, fractional township 9, : .. ,. ., S
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t. be Kas received of them and solicit attention [north of Arredondo's claim] frac ional township "(
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: ii tend .riiuYuningliere t aly a few dt>*, re'i>ectfi :
f J .-. ,r I S. illy solicit a C90IotsstwlI.\ '_ Tuey are letenninluJ i- thjs adyertisement and a share of public patron 9; ([north of Arfedondo'a clain ,] fractional i ., t

1 & ; to .'ell'at the tou* tj j A' '' Yvrk llliolctute'tfKeUU ag" for'the'present year. Finding city.over* township 12, [south of Arredondo' i claim. ,] sad ,' ,me'
: : :4-1: 'j. run with transient traders, he Is compelled to doa township 13or range twenty one. ,'',.* '
'I ., :; ; : ;;; "; fraut. 'Fhirauostweaucoi.itstit1pai. +.
;, i" J h ;, '., ourfiuejroa4. Cloths oditTerentgoours. cash busineuony.toenable? him to cope:with Townships 7; and e- aDd that part o. townships : [ ;2 '..
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-- ., .;t :., ,( ." ,y Dry tijiods gad Fanev cle*,weUryCuUery, oiltcrs'and" he pledge himself ke.p"on baud 9, 10, II,and 13, lying east ofjAnredondo's : | .. '
; .: 0 "' ) a ,assortmcut of all kinds of Goods claim and township 12, of twenty two. !( & ,
4.; .1If f'.. :a. erluuiiy&c., .ud yarious otherarucTes. too superior In range : '
I., /,.- t. '. r -,r tiuiervu* totueotiou.' > ;: i his line or.bo.in and will sell l) them as low, if Townships?,,8,9,'JO, 11,12, am 13, of range : :
f.ii t' 80MMER8&CO. not l lessthan any others in this'city, wholesale or twenty three. ; : '

r ,. ..: ,r.- : ; .' "'i CUJ H icL. SJ retail. : 'Any.: foods taken from hit store to look Townships 7,8,9,10,11,12,:sm .130 of range : ', .

I ';: ,;. .'';: 'i J 8t.Augnstine.isn.i6. 1838. 33.tt at,and n returned in twenty, four hoursr will twenty four.; ," S } .. 4
;. .....; .. f considered sold; and'an advance'charged:onthem25percent. Townships, 8.; 9/10,11,12an. < 13,/of range. : ; Tol J.. ; '.
: 1 : V "1: .. I L ; ."a".a"//tflfte. ..Ant.per.on.wiibioCcredit twenty five. :. .

:;v . E Y 'virtue of two writ of,fiori facias issued must expert to pay more for their'goods, and by The sales will oach be kept open for two weeks ( : '"*' .-
... t ,t. L.P /tout of the Superior. 'CoiirHfatbe District calling at his stores they can get many ..rtick.f (unless the lands are sooner dispos ;d uf,)and ro ; ; .- S 5. ,

.. -3 '. ':. .: ctf East Florida, and to pie directWand delivered ;hftlc.prie by j>aytns : the cash. ,His i assortment long raiid no private entries '.Iand .inthe. : I vels. '- .
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: ,1 will expose'at publio sale in the city of,fit.Augustine consist* in. part of Dry Good*, Fancy art! townships so offered will be admit .d until after ,, vels.,

; : Vii' front of the Court Home) on the I eles. Ladies' Bonnets.HeU, Csps, Shoes, Boots, the expiration of the two weeks. //There will be .vols..., ,' .. "
,\ 9th d.y.ur February nut between the hours' of Hardware, Cutlery. Car eDt i.' Tools! &c.and; excluded from the sales' herein proclaimed,lands : : i "- '" .' S S

1 : t : 10 o'clock at A:M. and 2 o'clock of that
t. .; .' /'"4 the intereitofrctaatido .Ahza'Arredondo, Sen':, mention,having received, frpqri New York, Philadelphia .other'purposes,. also! .land* cover d. by private r ,. S
I ': :,,:;' dec'd, iu a'certain houve and lot situated in scid i Charleston and 'several l other placesauezcnriyeesrrtnentndyjjl confirmed claims surveyed or uni ur eledlIndland. S r ;
; ;. ,'. '. : city' *nd St. George's .street,.bounded on the 'corniuue< to to which private claims are a edged which 1 j S

:. 5 Y i'; ..: Eart: b, said street on the South by lot belonging' receive by n.arly everyarnn'COOd.' oTvarlOUa Kuv -not yet.been CoafiroMrd by awIogetrhpwiihaIl ,
,, I 1. totfts. Capo;on the North Jot'of Madame descriptions,'which shall be soldif at cost. He quarter ectioiis and frac ion"j sections .** 4
I : .' Perault, and on the west by Bridge Creek-Tafien does not,with to'puff but have' the public to which'may be cut thereby,an'dh efure made to S

; li$ 44 I .:: -ft'' as the property, Fernando! Maza Arredon come.judge themselves. before they par-J' require new subdivisions when su li claims' shall : .' '

I .:c ; ,. 4o, Sen: deed tONtllf"'tw"Jud&menllaod costs chase,e.lewhere, si they can save their'money have bee* :*urveye 5., ." ,; 'j. suit in favor Ashael Howe, surviving part. and credit too. JOHN J. HEDRICK.. S S Given under my hind at the City of W.uhing.too : .. .. ,, '
.', ',. ier Ac vs. Charles Robiou Eiecutor. Ac.; -.St.*Augustine; Jan 1. 1839.. this fourteenth day of Jltl,.AnnojUomini. : : S _

:. c,( : 4 ff F. L. DANCY. Dep Marshal. :- .'183d. M.. VAN UUKEN. '

t.L. .,: : :" I ,Atigntine, 10th Jan. 1839. l-erf\lIuery II By the President : S ,-.i.-..

\\f. . '.';;--., .< ,', Sale JUST.RECEIVED per sehr. Princei.,'from Jinx ,WHITCOXB S i I'c
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:. S : '-i v. celebrated lloue of Johnson' &. Co.:, Cvmmitiifntr of the Genera Land Office.SIGNER. .,

:, ; LOTlntbe'Chorst.Augustioesituated' New Yorh,.the most complete and perfect assortment NOTE BY TIlE COMMId : '',
: 'j"'f I on the Southwest corner of Geor&' and I .
!'o : Mr BenetV $lOre of PERFUMERY dec: &c. ever, exhibited It understood' be i h. con itcmplalioiitoesacross ,.2 volt. .
F : cradle streets opposite | for *salem Ibis city;consisting of. : I
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rr t ;Ift.'t' : ". ranting sbout.iztytbreefeet on George street,' COLOGNE ) Ubluh cordon military posts] the Peninsulaof I \v
WATER
S.-, -'. -.I; J: I. ndonebnndredandsjztyoflCraflo.trt. ,LAVENDER ,' ; Florida;at e.on.idera distance to i A !,;y,3 Ttr.
<< 'I f And situate! the Do. : the ..onh.ofth.. land above for theprotection tols! : '
( : < ::. : <,: .. Also,400acieaofI I } on weit FLORIDA Do. proclaimed .
I ...t_ : ofibe frontier which will { vbbv : -'
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F !..:: : : .11' : bank of tbe.river Mjilauzas, about six.milesJouth : S HONEY k ; afFord *'"
S a ;. :, r; from the City ol St, Au&uwnt; and.half Also, the folio wing select Do.articles for the baud ample' opportunity. purchaser ,. prior 'id.the -* '
'.. "> "'i r. e. mile from the mouth of Moultric's .Creek kerchief sales,to examine the lands; kl.1 rge portion of *.3 vol." : .
toilette &c., bOW"O much in i '
'. )" 1 'his tract i* very advantageously situated, not Improved articles for the repute. which is represented as being ver valuable.. ok, '
: .:. .::0. nlyforplnti ggeraUybntwiUaorda plea- Complexion, NOTICE TO PRE EMP'1'1uN.LAU1t78NS ? vola

; . .:f:.. ant and healthy. residence. The. soil fronting Fancy Distingniseed SoapsTooth embellish Powder ients for.the Hair,* Every person claiming the' rig 1. of pre emp; : I,.* '

: '; .' V r,1r t ?' n the river being well adapted to the rultivatjon! Seidleitz Powderj.Soda Uontbany of the',land.'designintproclamation in',the above .S

f .',.: .,:'"-'i Mfe' >1 f the oranee and mulberry. ,is conSJentJy rn* Razor Strops, Turkey powders ,is. requested o pro e The same to _''- -S 5
.. ". ommended' id all who desire a southern resirsoce. Toilette Bottleacnt Sponge, '. the satisfaction of the Register aid Receiver.of '

'I .:' It ,is known na Manne'a'place;' Apply Do.. ". do. glass. the prppperland office/and make payment ther* .: S
China
:. ;}" 0 \ PETER PONS. ]I. LitherDru.b' : S 5' fur as'tvon at practicable pfursung this.*oti ., I : ) "r-1. '. i
.c' ,Mail Brnshes,Cloth Brushes; 1 ,>/ .
"i ANTONIO ALVARtZ. .I (n order that the claim may be djudicated by ;
4 or1'l'00th.mbt; R. >
; : riov. 29. 26 6w 1 Lather zors"'Dress.ng Cases. thoso officers agreeably: to law. i in due time Diior ; S ,
x. ,.Boxes' .,
5-. 'and unrfrie. ...1 ,. ,
------ to the"daapiiited for the''coni 'of I : '
inencement -
; :',? 4, Public lYottcc. *. 'I'ogetberwjth .
: : a great ely of French iwer2
1l' tb e public 511,; and,all claFms lotdulr :made val,.
: 10 ALL'wlwm it may concern, .v4 pubIjc English Perfuntrietend: Artidu? which \ prior to the date afuresai 1'are declared .; !"- S

:- "..,. ..... ; j nllie".luld do.eAu iou all person.:|uter- are offered. .. for sale" -..'on'. tho. roost S re ioniibI'term' bylaw to be forfeited. .f *.. ,
', ted .not to from F L. ahd bi' Z" IJUTHER: !
) \ purchase" Dancy .r '. : : JAMES VIIrECOMB.S ,. ;3TaI.. 1
: r.:. ':1:: .Irr, Janet Gr.li m,. nil,or.any part of the. FER: Dee. JS33. -S 30Kxifia -It. "' ... mmuii'eeefMeccwjL Land ejjiee.PUBLIC ; : \ .; S

'f'. 1;: .1Y-TlACTor heights Su> Seb..tian;pUld # s ffIt'oir Greet-&il'', atftllie .daaio S '. S : ., '

p .. ::" : .. ::. .n I tor any part of Six' Thousand. 'Acre .$railed. S I'J ,'' -'f..Jfr... ";.. SS SALES :: ,' ,., / ,S J
:i ,:- .. JUESA VUTA on it* St. Jofln..n'lan1.A BY.'OANTT 'd?. BJORTIMER! UNITE'D< **i -..'- r .r..
., :f other lacd in ilii T.rriu> { and aI.d all N ( OF STATES LANt>S.IN EAST i 7-
any
S ry : THURSDAY' ,. 17\h!:Jannary next will bt.Man, ,> ..
At. ih of.Su,AugniiineV wbich said "4 FLORIDA. DEFERRED FOR'FOUR.ttEEKS. > .
S : In 'ti* unJ Laii'ls (except the tl<*ight< of St.Se- Charleston, South Carolina' : ": -. .5 ,: & *.' ;S ,t
a'tliu nccidentilly: ot.le.gne4tlyleftcutot l the MiiskMs HEREBY 'GIVEN' '>/:""
S 189 ; of. which 1500" nsw. ; imported NOTICE' That the : ; .- .
; : ; 0 lorijcaee.'are morn fully described in the.mort.t / ; -English, \Si of lands ordere by the Frock ,;;;: S'S .

1 '" ', .:''\" :2 *ce oil record given to ma 4' Trustee >'iriylildren '.$00 Carbhies, 3d FusiV! 352 Rifles S ; .- (I| utationtifthe President of the U ited Stale's,dated i -:, .,
I : .( .-, : for the pnrclws* money by the said '-S .15' haIl's patent Rifles '*nd Arcoatraments.,,I 14th July, 1833.;to.be held at he Land Officeat ; : ?;" :

: l" .,' )ncy and ..Mrs. G.rAhAm'oa which they kefuso .-such 'af Wipers. Spring'-Vises. Mould.*, St.A gullune. Florida,,'on' ft onday 'the fifth .,; '" ; S ,
:V :< o,pay.: But if Mr. Daucy:.u;ll pay 'toe, n i be isxinnti S Fla ks afad'Belts, !t. \ day of "ber.lJelt.i.decJar. d to be der rredObuAnd -::- k S

to,Ihe principal and interest POW. ue on I 334 lslO"a'26)S.wo, t5 Sabres ; will commence on M mday.the ejudday S-

: .: ''. iy tiorfzige, 'd.not telj me as he has'told' m e"l S 134 pound Iron Cannon four jK>niid do.- f of. December,next: al lso that the'public sale :

? ,. ", ;,.t., .,_ ;.' ,... ..{',\ '. hthoowasminothinwhenIbayeask1Jiim. I S '109, Knapsacks, 1578 Canteens/Drum and: ordered by'the same Proclamati HI', to be held at .5
( .'r ', ojr whdi is rittfuUy rume-i. :i I cannot. bJ Ut1 : S S "se"!,- *! 1 the-sanM'ofllce. n..JtondaY.lbe nineteenth day 5. '

,( ." : .: : .: t- .I4Il ..oflzig. ,and ',&ntidn .'" a 4thll b ve. J Jicklcrtw..tHJbee, 143 Iron Pols, ,-i .0r..Noyemtiernllt, ,'deferred. until, and will .. :", .w..
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I ....:..1" ; .I'lI' .4 '. rids. 4 Fx J.)7ri) \ 'lCE, Trustee;, 10 Skillets; Harness-'". S : .-- *, --.->'\ commt'nco, on-Monday/the;'te, enttenA :'day ;: r'Dftcrdti ..21oU.". ,'

: f"" ." ,t, ',. 7". .. jgt. Aagust'-he.'Jan. |2 I8.: ); 33-tf .Brass Bullet Moulds,targe, 734 small sixe; \ iKiC ,. .-. .; S .' sTl i.. .

(<, .. '.,, ,1 1' j Executor's .Sale*. ." :473 Cartridge Boxes.. '. '<"' ,-. SS ,. .5.Given: under my band-a&the City ot Wash."_. I : ,'2 v4 i ._. "
/ 223 Bayonet Belts,251 C.rtoucb Box gton-thilllhdaybfOctr i : ber, I'. .
.. \ IHK7ILLbe sold at the late residence oJtkn. Belts. >I': ." ; .: S
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\ V i, iJ/tzetf.decd.. (Duval: County, ,Flp.) on H'Bayonet. Scabbard, J j tile M. -V.1N BUREN.. !' B n'. Cocsprr .
900 !Pickers and Brushes 81 P/ftMdcnt:, -
,. 1' 4; .liast' Monday in"January'next. between'the: ; ; S .. ,1ti !
A S 'j.M.Iooas
': ours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 2 P.31., ons no- 5 Litrgaquiinthyor JronindGiinCarriagei. : :.; WomeD 2TO :
f' .- The above sale will,be;positiveThe;: .rucksvaluable : 11
.4 ro mu.to, ther with several articletofbnuseold / ';
I I' : .. and kitchen ,furniture : and crest bargains" may be-expected., / \: PUBLIC. SALES S ; I wilt make 1pfi ; !

:. S .Also, the. Plantationat'Twelye: Mile houseS Merchants. vtn.d! I tho road from Jseksonville to Black Creek Charleston, 6.." 30-3vr.HOTICJB. / 1 : ; for Letters fef
S .i: .deferred for_a further periotlof ; > .
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"' the late'residence ofibi*deceased : I ", S : of ANTQN
) ; I ,: ,J'1n'y.Days4 : S
k \a' : ) .00 the same day1indatihe same time will' be; ;S Lt'weektrorn date', rwill'.pp1.t_' tbe 1100. T OTICKi, ;i. hereby given that.the public : .' :. !- .

-.I"'.,: irfdJ\hree.1i II planution negroes.-for ..one'year :the Jude oriieCouniy! Cpuit,0.81.J9liIas .LS Ale of such portion of the lauds ordered
'1 "' ,.'. : ., belonging' \o..id etate.;.. County for Letter of Adnllluhahon,onihees, on the'1 Ith'dity of October, last to be held,at the : ,.

,, ".. / ROBT. BROWN.i Ext. 'r' taco of John_ Huertos,deceased.NoT,29. ..'o _Land Office at SrAugu.tineintast: Florida $
: .. ;ii ;. .. _Jaeksoonne.Nov.3d183&A. ; ; ':' > '- ... 5' \'; $1. rONT4NE. on .31ondqie3d instant.. as snail not have : S

'. i' .4. : LL personsjndebted to the .Estate tfVefti.rSL : .] 26.6wf. 'been: offered at.the. date of th ; receipt'of-. : '

,. S -. NruUdec..arteqiired to.maVe iaipedi- : S ,; ., S notice,>l said office.is deferred until;and .will :
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L : 4i ate pIJmeandthoMjavingCkim, against /xxorIcI3' .' S. commence. Monday, Ihtfonrtk" day of March, .. 'S, ,
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r :;" .L. PHILLIPS,and,JAMES M. nezt. ; ,: S
.4 '. iid estste.arenotieItopesenttheu duly ran- GEORGE i ilirid orde'-r : : '
!:, t Dtir.aled.within the time, prescribed l>j.law I :oft ,. Esquires; arel;appointed, 'my Aiitha.i! the 'plJbJfc sale d tb 3 .. "" Tvtv '
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t" to transact alt necessary1 business be held al thietsnio place oat the 17th
agents during Monday
':* : '1 will be barred by t'fcttite' of 1imtiatsotl4- : .
:' e ". ... ... .T-,:, ." ROBT> UC.OWN.Elec'r. ;" I mydbsence.: S E., B..GOULDS insi.-, .deferred: until. jam will commence. en ; : ;
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: .",.' :\ ; .', Jacksonville. No,. 3d.'183 : '24-9\ W.JVottce. .. Dec'28,1831.-:' "VS %- ;-. Monday the e axecxrA dayof March next : )
f.. I f' i 'A particular description will hereafter'be given ..
ri < ,:' \\1 .'l . : ( of.the and ) ; .
,; "\ 'j ,DICJIARLES, BYUIVE; tracts townships:jhe sale of which IS 4
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:. t: j.l ;. > :.p. .L., S IX: WF.EKS"nerdatt'will.apply to the : r' 1 all5.! be deferred pntil! the:fourth of March.next -
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\ .. 't.- ;, "It ; l m.,ihe Judge of'the County' Coiirtjof! : Si. (Latt' of Baltimore.; I puhmu.ipttothianotke.: ;p '. i '
4 ,1, ... .* jlnhna ,COUnty far Letters or.AdInI I.lratlbn on. fixd"liis. residence liiis City Given under my hand at the .City ofW..bJnl. v **- S( _
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HAVING ; iwwtif !*?
& <,\ '.. '. ; 'tEalatiofFEftN4NDO1ALtREDUNflO. .tenders!' srrviees to 'the S ,,Jon;this.firth day of D December 1838. *
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: i- :t ., -. -, Jin n.. 'lite of East, Florida; J1 eased.wi4w' a public In the practice of Medicine and; Snrgerr. :: .v .; M.-VJVN'BURBN. VBhM i i<* -

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: .,F..tatt.HAS.. Florida Hotiso.\ -. JazaVasrcow,5 ;l .>, :
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