Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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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 31, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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; ;AJl1) 80OTBEEW' DEMOCRAT.A t' V V p- toa:111ot: othen$ appropriated : For the fifteen. thousand mo .: : V
T1 have adopted the motto Principle and the For the current-add ntingent. expenses hundred and forty dollar .: ,
r OBI jt1srgeThdJctcweenterupotia j .
Ftoplt, Jn our endeavor to conform of the Indian department; viz :. Fon tbe Ottawas ".j
I .. wstage ia bar editorial career., Hjthferto wehayeJiongbMo to it-i in the and Chippewasv suty
contribute our miti 1b dfejpromoi adherence have sought to .Principle,and: the 'For the pay of the superintendent of Indian five thousand four hundred and sixty "ive V
'., 1' :' 'ca1eulat support we have given io the cause of the' Peo. I nfl'airiat St.Xewia nd the several Indian dollars.
lion of such objects were t dvance ,
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I" ;,;. .: ,. Territory in population and prbsjcrtyEid Many we encountered threatening difficulties. : agents, as provided iy the acts.of Jane For the Caddoei. tea thousand dollars '

If we havefailedtoaccompu'ihallwtvcoa have bat.these Wrongs'havo we suffered in the encounter; thirtieth! eighteen hundred and thirty four, For'various .miscellaneous expenses.. 'lz :, .

,. Cleaire4 for tbe public Mod:, it has not hen. for the cause and of more we'will: patiently endure in and of March, third, eigiteen hundred 'and For completing payments for iibieriIon '

'>. ''' ''want of an'hone t and anxious solicitude.' upon, most be stated TrptbAu, is still making attempt however utdoicn jt' thirty even.," sixteen thoi isand fire hundred to "IndianB. fog rapbj," three thousand dpl- V V '
.r .. :-our part to dojnstLcetoourobligatiou. dollars. lars. V V ; .
&udVwhylbocause we hate dared .f, _
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) With saccetsive periods of impartial} '
': prsperftjrau&re'verte and have nbtabandoned ; For pay,of sub agents, authorised by the is or '" '
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'1; tbe Territory been ad jP/tfpfc. Blow after .C I.t to .
gradually :
; I' -; JI'ojW"'reM'<*nwvr-: 'Mdw/basbeeo/ lenUed'It .as; bat thua- far' ; : : TIITIEJ & 'r ,,D; acts of Juno thirtieth:!i ,' eixhteejr hundred'and.. .., : for!' ludiausY ttvo tbonf. and} ',i ITSJ ; V VIjrv
wilhoirt avail '
., .,,!*wjy'afproaclrtt .atontarUj t.\ilt.o iligo(j it hi ? ; 'Whether' arc still td fall! before AT TBtf."SECOND' SESUOC .01' TuTWltTTF1TTU : (biryfourrthirteea tbooi and1 dollars.' ':>. V bun 'I,rl. '_., : *"' "
striving of o'ur enemies will depend the I For tha pay of interprlers, as _antboriscd For\..._ ... cf V
F: y {'longto ume.threSpODJablULie. o an independent -the upon COHGB&S9.ANXACT ,- es missioa of A.'P. Ch mteaa "
'.," governmettttf Already the \preparlory bar People" people in whose,cause we have em- by the same act,' iunb Ulouslod'three.h a.' among: the wild' tribes of Souihwi; '
'f 7 > s.ps are.1ri: Jr'riaradrmMion into I 4h0 people who will protect 'us' becanse dred dollars..: his .
*. gru 4> t including outfit and the '
I they.know ArcS to incr asoimnd regylitb.too't irniof ? '
"A ,, we 'd voted to their expenditureagrowing :
1, t tUPnioBoftha; ,States, arid it is maWstfroio"present ; interest. I For presents to Indians, authorised by the QUt'or and "
From the .connected with
minions the circuIt'and district foi thetuwrorjrire bringlnt
4 wealth courts ,
aid ;
: Indications; that at lib distant da FJorld f' power wo' .
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..,; ; tanst take her place as a sovereign '' pectn.* aid t. their; contribution' .like their pufpo northern trictof, ,New York.Be : same act, five thousand:c ollars. deputations of said tribes; which'be lias i' ... '. .
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: :-. .. : the Federal compact With this approx msiiojj i set, have in tliem too'much of {selfishness and it enacted ly tht Senate and Home of For the purchase of1 provisions for Indians been. authorised. : to do, twenty thousand d >Ilars. I- '! .- .' !

- ; i a1cuIationjd be, attracted. to.the at the distribution, of annuities,' ., !
: toa change in our political relation. ar'eI new support 'o( a Rtprt.cntartitlf'At'United States of ATM* I '
\; ': ., duties and responsibilities to the Pedpk and 6> ?- 'W e', w. rica in Congress assembled, That'there ball .whil&on visits of basine 's with the superiatandents For deficiency in the ipropriaiMnjo J] ( V. ,: \

t.) '"! ;, the Press i and ere hasten to place parse ve. gift .1J.lHpportluTt. v. "nt1a :r. He is a be fdur regularterwior the dislrJct'oor< and agents; an when 'assembled eighteen hundred and tbirly (oar for ruliuaij 0, 1

1": .*'position to diJc.btr&e bqr shire of t em v iili thitarnertoesiwbiduhe wjthe.rthornpan-b. ; PREiiDtsr his highest UifiTXti'' is:-that: be of the UnitedjStates for the northern di trict on.public business, cloy ibous'and. eight the boundary line between the Caoetapt \ V {
or A '
denianJs I : PabrLZ.: hundred dollars. '
exigency Wbilo His and
; i principles are suchas the Sosah of the State of New York, one of wbic i. to, : Chickasatrs, one thousand and eight/i ',,'
tthereorWe shall not relax iu.our eSbr to'adVance can and does ayprpve. .For the ; (ball) ings theloverahgcoC1el. five-dollars. i .i !
necessary required at '
I' v. U e loc,l interests ofj this section df..coan- commence on the third Tuesday in Jam ary, Jj II .:. ;

". :'. t .ttyi;tad the prosperity of tie city of oaf aixci '.His generods son! is not ccJncd al home shall be.held ia thocity, .Albany ; anc one of 'thousand. and re' ''airs. thereof' there- For cost'of sundry articles! 'of' provisions V .. J V V' j
/. w.feel,onrselTei c11eduponto tkoouiumb1ep : lint spr ad&juefaroa4/ o'er all the public to commence on the ecoac|'Tuesday,i ily 'Ju- ten furnished to tbe Seneca, Seneca ami Sbajv- :,'" !-I:

t :' part in tlie}dUf emination of those principles: And jielt for ttertfrneinter of the.land." : I shall be, bj
::1\. p. 'which T, U1, as,we think.in i ourowncircw.tan*- and Whateveymay are his betide -. we hike hIS principles one"to commeace on the '"third 'Tuesda ':.Of I officers, and other 900110!jencies of the Iu.jranspouation conditiu'oo! ia'eighteen.hundred and thirty .' ; .
<, be.wrt calourated to promote the,'c friend and our friendship is not I diau department, and four, by the commissioner '
.* ommon to be withdrawn 1e1eJ&ail one May, shall, be held at the city of toche er ; and weet. & -. as per i t
\ ;r happiness of our people! and to render our'an prospects art gloomy and incidental! expenses, y six tbou.aod five statement rendered and file in '
and t the second on the office V
one .cOmtD Oce on Tuesday
i ,.. ,- Deutiouto"'J e Union serriceable.to the f ausici of replaced'ufn the chance are ic'1 fator... We hundred dollars. fUl. of the Second I f:
Auditor/ i
I'-. rnmeat. Witbthis riew profess to be ;;isintcrated about of October; shall be held at the'city of puf-V to.reiinbnso. the j ppropriatlon t

; deemed Popular 9o u Draper tp unfurl once the biunr we hate bf principles.. S *...". ereT'lt1ingbulolU' ala. And 'there shall also bo. within the. the For the salary of lerk' in the office oTin. for. Indian, unouitie*, out I of ', '.. .:" 'V'

oar po1i c*ll&uh.and to o.lncct'lhe principles'l 'Wo in !ti feel interest in the prosperi Counties of St. Lawrence, Clinton or Governorpf Wisconsex Territory, whofsof which the same was 'paid* one thousand ,seven ...

4. and. objects-we ihall seek to &twn. .. f ty;and M \ofonrcouctryandjthe FraukliDj as the .Judge' from .*!id di net officio superintendent Indian affairs I hundred and fifty 'dollars. ; ',"' : -

*" AVe sbill adrocate .he ItepvUican PntuipUi Cause 4 \to favor oar columns with L shall' from time to time appoint, bj .a.n cjtice, eight hundred- dollars. For expense of delegations! of low; s, .,,.:. '

.1 t illustrated in the admnistraCion) of THOMAS theirnfTw.,' of at least forty days, to be.publishedState 'ir4 the For tbe salary of one Icrk in '!be office of Yancton Sioux and Sac and Foxes of .. ',:'

i MMLJinjll( dO'ng this we derfta',iinr.J ta4 tW D5 te<*5lstoenarCN! and 'piper of tbe State of New Yjork, the acting luperlateude t of 'the Western 'Missouri\ ,,no' visited this and the Northern [, 1"

( .. ..Ire.,wiLh aU 'i.aLtrUI.apport acdmainte v ywke t ove onr sheet, i>ch we hope we Territory; cne thousand- dollars." cities ID hundred and 0.1? '
r which latter term iball bo held only foi the eighteen thirty .
.. of the RWHTS;: or Tuccllfr: Jn.zo/J Detier/g>>jbe\ble: to do at d; .' '\ .'.
an '
.. nance f For carrying,into elk the
bY'tl1vllauou ;
that the rights of: the t5tatq and Ue' _: ____- p trial of issuei of fact aiitlug within the t roe :t stipulations. of including the usual presents '

.., : .. ing and.permanency of the t.ion..maytbe intct best V ;e'. : AT CHAMBERS 18tK!(Nov.. 1833i -. last mentioned counties ; but'notbing. bin re'; Certain Indian( treaties' and the laws' connected and Contingent expenditures, nina .thousand .

.. IHpSiTwhomay desire to obtain informaIjou i nt.ined-.ball! tbe of therewith, viz : V dollars. '*. '. :
;t 1 promoted by'a cropnloas adherence to the lettor\ prevent judge ; \
'l': or,the,Coniitutioo,.we .shall DYer insist,upon.a _d V respecting Claims for Losses in 1813 court (rom holding spedal'te ml .thereof at''tho For the Six Nations o1 f New 'York.' font For RTflV..a, or- delerRin.-, '-0--- nr-. ,-P.w-n.-n_ ..".'._.. :.... '
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" i i 'strict interpretation of that uistrumeu ; and a i tiI those,whom,now in the,coarse' investigation;; places above"specified, or at any o her tnouand five bundled d llari. Oltoes and Missourias. and! Omahas, ,who'f ; '," ( .. '.:4;

! .::1-:, 'iprhOe we shall aid in resisting' the czrci4 i,bj tho' for\f'ie examination: wish obtain Commissions I places in in said district ta! addition to i aid, : For'th'oSentt'l1i of New,York, six: thous- ibisif nd the Northern cities, in eigh- : r : :..
L* ;. : Federal Gorernmentof *ny power not <$xprcsrly Witnesses,1 are respect-, 'and dollars. eeu and V
C lIl requested to apply between the regular terms, when ho shall deem it oesary. fees- hundred thirty sevcu, by invitationcluding i _
hours ,
. dangerous to. the 'rights of the of 12 For" tho "
; ,1 delegated Ottawa l
: and 2 twenty thousand the usual -
in the : pescol.aod continue ,
t of the day during the absence of the .
shall Judge
'Statenad People bo
we eight hundred dollars. .
of the .: Sec..2. Andleil expenditures, twelve thousand -,
equally prpmnt to discountenance mfrac i
. ." 'the States of the constitutional autkorit of Ute mission. ,ei..tho residence of the Judge,in St. Au the term of the circuit court fur the said or- For Wyandoti. < ix: thousand :eight dollars. < '- I I' :

:: :,, United Stales.as dangerous to the prei rvalionof guslino.The V V them:district, now requited by law .to] bo hundred and forty dolla s. I For expenses delegations of not cxcetdng ;' V V

-' j' .i the Union.{ While the Federal[ and State Goreraments same' facilities will be afforded for the oxh old annually at Albany ou the second For the Wyandou, Alonseei, add' .Dela- Ihree.boctDw", three Creek, and five V

.< I are confined to their app opriate lion amination of if Witnesses, and tho same inforroa. Tuesday of Juuo bo hereafter held at:Cania wares, one thousand doU r.. I Usages, who have obtaioed.permission! to 'V

: phereir, we have./nothing to appreheni. Neie.nt.given as the Judge were per onallypres-' _e Odavgua. the county, Ontario. : ,.ontheaid| dollau..l. For: the Christian Indians t ,', four h'undrsd" visit this.cay, including the usual presents) V
from the I T
. ther depart boundaries scribed V and
;JAo:: 'tlteir can action nrhhout jeopardy-' to,tin pr. ib rniJ..u ComaiisKioners/ acting under the appointment t Tuesday. next niter the tUird Aioodayl rtltlll..t n }'orthe- flliatnies.! OOP] hundred and fifty -' contingent,. expenditures, five thousand n .:: ".. Vollar
tnStfXJuttgs/ivtrt; f! m dl..Jea I : ,
: ilidVrfpO.-triortytaken t '
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& ? of the People by1thornjto ir ,.urLLhAuD.- ---" L.Z7ru.uiIivuuuL -& ,_- _.__ ____
Thru1 ww +*" 1'
tha Clerk/ !tho Corami doric-h .. ; e tnaclt weMHIVIUg aVQE IuPIV
-i-I----. _. cU''ifbW-Dt the StntesFedeial ganit '&bdouce'ff tlfeJndge'. l'n for the r."purpcT .cflryiiiK all issuci nf fjict' l au. ; !I meats of ihe;Mianilei ou iboiauchcdedby V : .::0<-: ; '.3&j!
cnrroaclitncnu, we ehaJlbo, 'do ngsct* i The Judge lakes with him to St. triable in tho'district the For tho Eel Rivers,' OHO thousand hern !ia ibotraatyoftho: twenty third Octo / y": '
; vice to the cause of Soornt:; s RIQUTS. Far be I Josephs and by a jury court of / one'h .,; ;::
hundred dollar '
Tallahassee those Claims for Losses which United i i er, elghleen"hundred and thirty four, ,
,,r. it from as to cherish unnecessarily' fc< ilingjofoca : hue States for the northern districtNciv of ( per '
distinction?' but the signs of the ti nes admonish been submitted, and ho will occupy every mo York, the said district ball bo lub iidcd'into'tnree For the Pottarratamies, ciglity: eighjt; thousand s ixtb ankle, as ratified by the Senate five ; V 'I ,
; ', tis thai the South must bate rcpect 'to ciding ment that and can be spared for thai purpose de-. divisions, as follows, to \'iH, one hundred and twenty'dollars.] bousand sis L .J.rod and seven dollars. [1.1.i i '. ... /I '

4 y' Aersef/ that sl> ai'aj bir respected clewhere:. V The forwarding them to Washington. i all tint part of said district. lying: westward For the Poitawatamies of Huron, four For carrying'iuto efl"ecubo treaties-wiihe I ". ..

.ir Identified in interest arhd.poiition! Florida' must llaims Secretary's for Losses of decision 1812 03 the following I of the nest lines of tbe counties of Coyuga, hundred dollars: j ..j t Chippewas of the Saganaw a%f tha fou ( .' .r.: .
and I '
.', ,b-fe.the destiny and' abide the fortune! of, herneighbor Deceived by tbo 1813 has been I Tompkins. Tioga. shall constitute the For tbo Pottarratanilesof the Prairie; sixteen ccnth January and twentieth 'December J "- '
Judge1. Claimant
Wo elull therefore or their Atiorneys thousand'dollars. :. V
republic < regard: i eighteen! bundled and .
desiring information'as to.their Claims western division ; thocounties of St. -Lawreacc -, thirty eight eigb ., 1\.
it as a paramount::duty to fire our and can obtain it For the Pottanatamies of tbo Wabash, one thousand dollar ':' __
'especialahheuchai it be, ill defence[,of the,! by calling at the Judge residence : Franklin, and Clinton, shall constitute '
p .rights of the SOUTH (romWhlltonr may quar er they between the hours of 12 and 3, P.M..,when it the northern' division ; and all the remainder twenty. thousand dollar For cafryiog into effect the treaty "i b ." k \ '" '
;: clay be Invaded or endangered. I wil| .be furnished by the Clerk pf the, Commission. of tbt' district shall constitute 'tbo; For the Pottawatamiosof Indiana,:seventeen he Cbippewas of tha' Mississippi of Lthivcnty It : 'i! ,t :.: ] '.. .

: ',' "r We are, opposed to thi horrid heresy 4r ABOUTioiUiit I Jl eastern division. And all such issues'of thousand dollars. f r. \! ninth July, eighteen hundred atd '1 : : '
The '
. In all III.lsadea and degrees shall I Evocators: of Don Darjlolo Castro For the Cbippewas, jOttanas and lrottawatamcs fairly seven two hundred 'and thou .
" ue F er'r. recommitted y fact shall be tried at a term of said court to eight 4 r -' ,
rdenouncolt. Under "hl.t8vor'CIUt miy seek j forty two thousand r hundred and five hundred dollar '
: 2. XI Heirs I of John I>o belt! ia the division hero tho cause of j V r. : '.
Lawrence 'j J
: ,, ,tie hide hs hideous dcfoVtnity wj9 shall.eudoavurj ,recommitted. and ninety dollars. For '
.... ; & Claim of Pbilip R. Yonge disallowed. actioa may. have. arisen, ttulcst, the said ciift.or carry: ing.into effect Jbtlrca'ly win ,1 .. "j.4 ..
jodsooyersudexpOOit. It is a subject we shall Fcr ,
1 j measured term. ana is 4. Claim' of.James Fulany, disallowed. ( good cauc" shown, shall order such_ i iuo Winnebagoes thirty seven!-tboas- ho Sioux of tho Miscissippi of the tweii, j ; I
nevertreaUn especially
T" "- itone nponivUich the SoutHERn PRMS f Jklargaritta Bcvis Santana, reject' lo be tried elsewhere.' And'all issues''of fatt and eight hundred and sixty dollars. ninth September, eighteen hundred and'thirty J! '

," be Indifferent tender. We III to our n e d\ \ t i in tbo said circuit court to bo'tried by,a jury, For the Menomonies\ thirty two thousand seven, as ratified by tbe Senate tC: V

;:' brethren; if ojnjpastandconH aliment of veneration for; 'our, 6. Claim of peter Cercopoli,disapproved. where'tho ca .eof, action may have 'ar "elt six hundred and fifty dollar' hundred and fifty eight',thousand two ban ; "

: :1:. iUtory, remains to inipjre you, 7.B.Estate Claini Audres l\1a'uia. Paccttigii.ahlowed. i in :the northern or eastern division aforesaid, For the Cbippewas of Swan creek and d rod and fifty dolla/s., "> I V :1.,

i(you have fa lwwr_Id one spark of that: good fel-' 9. Claim of Job 1\lIdre:1 Pons JecdlJ rnittr'd. shall bo tried at the'term of said circuit conr.to Black river. one thousand dollars. I For carrying jolt? effect the treaty wiib 1.' i ,

lowshpwbicb i once united our ftlllsrs, if yOu 10, Executrix of the Estate:, disapproved. 'be bold at Albany; and all other issues oi For the Cbippewas of Sagioavr six. .thousand he Sacs acd Foxes of the Mississippiotb.{ J : ;E':
have respect for the noble Constitution. of o rGoyemment. pf|,Uenuet Scgui.; ', five hundred dollari.For twenty first October. eighteen hundred add ''
t a ved. fact in said circuit court ta lie tried by a jury : I f.
4 and bold not lightly the] btBjingsof 11.1 Chum of V the Cbippewas. l iAIenomonies, Win- hirty seven, as ratified by the.Senate a.
that Union to which we have been arjji Aeosta; Adm'xoftho. etato \\ hero the cause of action may bi.vo ) te t V
jto o T Johh E.'rate recommitted., uebagoes and New Yoik: lutlians fifteen hundred and eighty four thousand tbr '. ,
look u the best aafeguard to the libertids of ill ; Arisen ia the.western division of aid din let < o '
its parts, we implore-yon' to renonac'your,rand 12.;-F.stato ()John Atkinn, rpc'orumitted. shall be tried at the term (It said circuit cc urt hundred dollars. V hundred and fifty dollars. I :/ "' H

; endeayers.TheoutliCatineTer! allow an interference 13. Estate of Uartolo CanoYan, recoOlnl ncd. to be held at Caa ndaJ ua. But notb ng .For the Sioux of the' Mississippi) seven Fur cart)io into effect the trea'y with .. ; I'

;- '" with her dornestcjnit&tutjoniJ; At po J5.14.Estate Claim of( Uoque Leonard Q!,) not approved. herein contained 1 thai! preveut either of s id I thousand seven hundred and sixty ..doltln.I I her Sacs and Foxes of the Missouri of 'jhe I.

: sacrifice,can she.'taffer the violation of ri; jlits secured 16. Claim of orTony Peter Primas, rocomniitte'd. courts by general rule, from regulating ho I I For the Yancton'and Sanctie! Sioux, four t wenty'first October..eighteen hundred and : : .

. la her .byreonstitalional saqctior: ) We 17. Estate of JohnTriav Trope not, disallowed. venue transitory actions,and from changing thousand three'.hundred and forty dollars. tI!bir'ly seven, twelve thousand nine hundred. '. : i'')!
stand entrenched upon our right, and np force approved. For the Omahas hreo thousand ame and :
annihilate succeed in IB. Claim of Jatncr Arnau, disallowed. the same for a good cause to be shot m. I seveutydohlars. j 1'1.| \

which'does not ns, can with 10. Estate of Christopher Lopez, not approved. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted T lat hondredBnd. forty dollars. V .For carrjing into died tbe treaty with, V ;
: to submit to .
.L.. ,.. ,bringing the policy ns of our. local 1j3redllnenU.any We regard ::o. Katate of John Ponce didallowed.f all issues now pending in either of s lid For the Sacs and Foxes of the l1alloori.our' ., be Yaucton and Sautie Sioux: of tbe twei ', I i ,>..'.'

._ ... .: aavery. as itexists.among ns, to bo a ,moral and 21. Estate of Alberto flo; rodisahlowed.'! court'lhall bo tried_.at the places above prescribed f thousand seven hundred dollars.L t y first October eightero hundred and thfily '. ,' .. :,

: <. political ood-in1armonT ,with the. a: tare ;ofman 22. Claim Catah'na Lopez,Adni'x Andres for holding'such court, unless other For the lotus, eight thousand iiin7hun- t seven seven thouiaud dollars. '.l : I $ "

in his re.enUtato-Aocuoned bf the universal Lopez 23.. Claim,disallowed./ of ll V ,,'iso'ordered by .said court, p\1nuancd of dred and fifty dollars. 1 i For carrying into effect the tieaty win : .. 'V _,

.* ". practice of nations in some or other of its V 24. EstAte of Jane ory Atkinson Hartley, recommitted. tbo, authority given in the last section; r mlno For the Sacs and Foxes of Mississippi, fie Wiunebngoes of the first, November.i f

shapes-and justified-by the precepts of Holy 25. Claim'of Charles Sanchez, r omm tted. proceedings pending in eilber. of skid f orly'ouo thousand nine hundred and, twenty ti hlcco'hDndred i and 'thirty seven four hijndred ,' V ': t. 'I' ;.
(a free blackman
Writ. Tbal8.Uft.ra opinions if differ, dollars. V
; and
you forty five thousand five hundred "
recominit' shall be avoided I
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d. i courts or impaired by this i : :
rest i in ihe which own exemption! frombis .
peace your For I
V tho SacsroesSioux I"
d dollar
imagined sin will 'yield and leave us V 2J.{( Claim of Gabriel: Priest recommitted, change of the time and plnco of holding! Iowa.40ma. j .:
you 27. Claim bftha Adtn'rsof thd Cstrto such has and Oltocs and Missourias!!, three.thousand For carrjiiiR into effect, the treaty with. iI
1:: on this nbjeet, to ourselves. And furt er, we of Francisco court; bqt all process, %bail botds, ;
.L. .hesitate not to to those 6f the north?ho entertain P. Fatio, Senior recommitted: and recognizances, returnable at the next dollars. j, be loyasC the twenty third ft'ovemb' ,, i I iiI
say ,
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23. Adm'rs of tha Estate: For the Ottoes bundled and fiv .. I'
V 'and would encourage sentiments 'as :V : of George Fleming, term of either of said courts, shall bo returnable and Missourias thousand iighlecn thirty seven ) V I '

, l' :injurious to our rights and interests, come not:'a- recommitted.V i and returned to the said court six hundred and forty dollars. : ,bousand dollars;} ] j i I i I : s ;
29..Claim ot
;. {:. :mong 'us.Vo (will not harbor traitors incur Jaan Leonardi! recommitted.' .- hold according to this ncf. in the next For the Kanzas, six thousand an l' forty carrying i into effect the trea'y with ,:' I '
30. Claim of Sudan same '
# _. borders You can bring with you no eqi ivalent pf" Arbinii Fallis and Follis Levin, Adin'x, of the Estate ner ns if 10 made returnable on tbe mrn-face I dollars. j V he Oneidas at Green Bay, or tho-third F j. I A' l V ,.-

:' ., good to countervail the evil of your opin 'ns.J.J. 'm nht d., .Gunby, reoora- thereof and shall have full effect acsordily For the Usages seventeen tliousarjJ and iruary, eighteen bundled and thirty eight r. : ./ .: '
V We are oppoioa to the SruuT.or. j' orott.; 4 g- dollars. V "' thousand nod forty seven do1.I J i
: : It,it the Democracy. Looking: I 31. Claim of Susan ,rolis! ,. Adm'x of Arbina 1 ; 'aiid all continuances may: be mad forty. I + t hirty seven' I .
\ great enemy FallIs.disahlowe1 For the thoosar five lars. I ITo ,
Kickapposfire .
:,V : ,' to tbe general goat as the only.criterion'< what I ; j I '. conform to tho provisions of tins nct.. : I i "
V T12. Claim of Prudence Plummfcr/ ,recommitted.' hundred dollar j 1 I theOsagesforiutcrcstatflTePerCton .' "
is elusive,proper, we ahaU'oPI'OIe not the grant require of any I by the ex-t 33. Claim of Susan urphy, Adm'i'of James .JAMES- K. POLK, For the ICaskLskias! and Peerias! three sixty nine thousand cue hundred an I

, .., public ..privileges.necessity and'manifestly advantage. Tho passing Ceahen,disallowed. f 'I\ \\ Speaker .lethe House of Representative* thousand dollars. t i' twenty dollars being the value( fifty Coor. : I ,

:;,.... V, events of the day shorr Low immense a j jwcris, .. 34Claimof. al1o.ved. Pjetcr. \ >:ofJoha' So- IU1. 81. JOHNSON, .For the PhukesbaivfIirs. freight hundred dal-! lertion,'or laud set apart by the treatyjafeightecnbuntlrei j // ''"t ;.
' exercised by eorporauons., They ore lui.: .- j : and! twenty five fur edu'4,
: venpons ,
3:). Claim of Joha Ashlori, ,roved.* \President<< cube United States .j 1
;V in the bands of tLe' famy l'owr.eapabt of being 30. Irtznro Claim np For the We!', three thousand dollars. cation purposes and for which they bovo / I : r

;.... \ wielded with .dreadful, ct. .In .its warfare 37.:C:jm of Ortega's lie.Adm'rs: of,Jus.approved, nnd. Pcesidcnt..ofthoScuat. VV For! the D llt\tar eight thousand .one agreed to accept l hfO dollars per acre, as atthoriied -' :j
;; t wtth the Producltg Patter. So far 01. i hey are red.* I : appro 'V Approved, July 7tb, 1833.MARTIN hundred and forty doll rs. ; by.the Senate, in its resolction 'I U ipf // I V

i I. convenienVand utefut,tbey should be \\lowed, 33. Claim of. John Wingotat 4pproved.43'J. I, VAN For the tibawnees, !seven thousand one ,tbo nineteenth: JtDuary.laat which resolt' : V V '1.-
but with such checks and BUREljf r
, converted frrm institutions guards tbt'e"can foi'' Estate of Jose Pedro de Burgos/approved. hundred and eighty: do)lars. lien also provides for the ipvjtstmrnt of _tna' t I 1 V

r: 'never'accornmodalion Instruments of in lividu'alaggnaditemftnt. public!' J 40.{) Claim: of Philip Woedmin, :;r. approved41. / AN ACT making appropriations for tbo For the Seneca and I Shawncss, two amount three thousand four hundred ? :,, fl

:', V They are .designed to be Me L of Alorgaritta' : Acosla, reotnmiftedi current and contingent; expenses of thc Indian thousand. two hundred d forty dollars. fifty six ilolf.irs.To T I V

. fill, not.lAe/eio who cluster around .1h4 money department, and for fulfilling treaty I For tho'Senorns. trro thousand six hundred the Delowarcs for interest a' five p I : I

.' chests,bat to tka community' large ; wjd when 42.Without Estate'of interest..Sarah Petty, disallowed., I stipulationswith tbo various Indian tribes, and sixty dollarsj( cent on* forty sixj thousand and eighty dal-! I i

..:.. they cease to subserve this purpose thidi ir eli l. r- j I for tbo year one .thousand eight hundred L.' For the ,Choctaws, seventy two thousand I lars, beiog: the va\tie of ihirty sections of I ,

' .eaea becomes alike perujooos; to the p ublioin L' I "City' ,Hotel., and thirty eight.Be six hundred and'.larcnty five dollars. land s..t'aratt l>y the treaty eighteen hup I ,
terests, and inconsistent with republicad princi- For tbe Chickasans six thousand dollar dren 1Sud for edncation s. I
.. House thirty two purpo. : ,
it t'lactl'cl1Jy the Senate and oj VV
plea. I IV yndersipicd, respectfully! '- ; which have ed to .
V I j i and for. they 'tgr accept .
i informs: hu, friend and the Rejircxentatires of the United Stales of Ame I
I. .We shall give: much of our attenti9 to theFlorida 'a' ) public For tba.Cfceks, f ar| hundred and thirteen two dollars per [acreas, authorised Ly the : V
IXPROVEMKHT generally, that: he has leased the rica in Congress' assembled., That tbe following I
. V subject of iKTKaRAL ..In'With ; i thousand:nine hundred and forty dollars.. Senate<< in it. resolution of tbe nineteenth I
... such advantages pft.1JoD, :and I abate t nn4ed establishment, winch sums b?, and tb'ey'Bre hereby appropriated .
facihithC four thousand hun which resolution also ,
for con tructiou, we cannot 4irga fo'rwai will MI future bit kept by him Jin a manner, hetrnfiU = for th year one' thousand '(igi it For the Quapaws. January lair provides c 'j I,

r of public improvement with too rnuih vic; ,'that will fgive satisfaction to all who may hundred nnd thirty eight, for the pnrposo o I dred and sixty dollars j for the investment the amount two thops. I I

, V Batwbile'we- ncourag4 enterprises iu bis linaccops fcYikr' flint with' their patronage, and to entitle paying the current of tna Indian: For the Florida lodtaut, two hundred and saud three hundred and four dollars. J "j' ,: ;' 4

.....t undertaVen with ah hyuest design lo benlished the Ilouso to tbtaiii the lih: eputstioiritha, s i \ expenses! with eighty thousand six 'hiAdrcd ned ten dollars. Fur holding-a'treaty with tbo Creeks for I :

& .' we.ahould be careful= how wee nblrrasbeir r. ,so long sustained. [ C. |1\1.\ ROWAN. .1|department the fulfilling Indian treaty stipulations' .( For tbo Pawnees, twelve thousand del the purpose of: adjusting their claims for prior _I "
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-i :\ 'perty g- iliauuoneil or. lost'in1 ccncoqaence of p promoted disinterest of every clasi of t'cie-1 .question. bare been. called into seryice.consistentlywith wealth, and politicil influence, and forever admission,ut [ -
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\. .- : .. their,< migrs ion west of the Xltact'sttnnt,two .yi: and the general prosperity 'and success the In'or the Territory to rest the the Federal question Unio i ;SU

V thous: nd d< lars. o four merchants at a period tvben the whole I' so far as services bar Veen perforroe I nto I. deem it roy duty again to present, to yourconsidsration ; Jan. 31 1839.iMacptestt4ie9.ize. .
TJrnnY ,
.' ; ,. : Foi payment of tbo amOUD of depredations nation was prostrate. and .embarTas mea' ecommend.that their claim' for compfusa- another subject which I regard .

; \" i omm'itted' by the Osage and Citran- and bankruptcy every where else appeared iuu be presented a a apppropriate memo-. with deep interest.-. Although oar Terwtory # _. ." '
f \ chat diani on tbo property ofthe Choctanr i mainly to be attributed to the accommodation rial to Congress, and.that!!if they,should noto been for three years the theatre'of,4n exterminating S .

1 '-t I Indians e t.buDdled and twenty Gee dul. and relief afforded by'! these institu- > paid by the United States that the Tern- -war, and our frontier has, been so often ut complaints f hare recently keen -

Jan. 1[ tioos.destruction.. Autdst the wreck of commerce,tbo tonal; Government. providff tbe necessary with the torch of the enemy our militia almost serl retell m.deaOnatJon.
and are equally ignorantor to us.tbat om papen bat seldom '
without organization ?
Fo of bold in with the .of credit, and.tbo loss of public '
r expenses j; a treaty compensation of tactics and the rules of disci TsW/HUtew-Be
:; VVyai dot,Indians of the'State of Ohio one confidence, it worthy\ IIf f remembrance, .In compliance with a resolution passed fat the !principles and subordination. Ko returns of the ,

.. I : f thons nd five hundred dollar tbat no commercial house failed within our last--session,of the_ Legislative. .Council.. -,",,'requiring--"'"-_:_- trengtb plane of the brigades or regiments) [hare,been ias,as we art I 'informed. ,, not.bf received dR 4

Foi tbe payment of the expense/if de. Another important advantage tbtlExecutire to turnisnprovision ioi me IUDCI'IU s made to the Executive: for the last two years,and for more than a mont.- \ ,Jw not wbere
.. I '. )i resulted from the i inhabitants: the frontier.)! a quantity corn volunteer .
': legati in frro tbe Seneca Jjdiani.iibo riift establishment of the dustnbutedn3Oflg with the exception ot one or two companies i th ebtmescrtainhlJiOtWithUi.ferthPers -

,\Yisbingtoto, porot t.. .io.t the ratifi- Banks. They hare not only afforded facilities the was fimilies purchased of,Alacbua and sent and to be Columbia East ,which ha-vebeen formed by1 i the spirit and I p are into th post office tegnlarly, don

.' catioi sfla late treaty entered iuto 'by 'a for the'purchase of property which has Florida,and to those of Walton and Washington. actuity of a few individuals. isj beliertd has-been that np in strong wrappers and tied. ,

:' 'commissioner octiog.oodvr: the authority ,of! Siren every article an increased value, but i WestiFlorida. For information with kegardto neither regiment.drill battalion.or company during the last ,

\ :l the 1 I oite<| States,' .seven .hundred eijbty they bare promoted promptness i hi'the the amount of, money expended, for-this purpose : assembled The for evil consequences inspection resulting from this Some tiinu since we gave notice of oar intenge ,

v, .. nine '< ollars and twenty three cents. payment of debts% and there is' perhaps I refer you to the reports of the Treasurer state year.of things have been.too often experienced.Even l ion to enlaronr : and improre the .appearance ef

,:J, Fo tfaelexpenses! of the delegation of the uo part of tho world where there is' greater and Auditor of the Territory." It is gratifying to in cases of.the greatest emergency where' paper, We hare now the gratification ofrming ,

-'Senccas nhn visited Washington to. urge the punctuality, ia'the discharge ,of pecuniary l learn that with few are exceptions most abundant, the provisioncrops throughout the Indians have burning and plundering,within i info ojir readers'that the material*we or. .
:. ratifidatioii of the'late treaty with ibem and obligations, than is to be found among of the lastyear fifteen or twenty miles of the Cajpdpl l, wo have ,
the frontier inliabiiants d eredfor will{arrive here of
Floridaandahhougb 5 ; *
York Indian and the the of this experienced a delay In raising men t purpose
tbj o! her New os'ren- people Territory. The bare lived in the midst of danger and alarm,and I frequently
with tbe Settecasiindt rich in. the interior. often.fatal to those ;exposed lo first pad eli from Charleston.)
r lei ol net j'.iauog that treaty soil.and the present actirity .were exposed to the utmost peril during the t .-.
and -
be other bands'of New York" Indians of our. commetce, will loon enable our whole season of cultivation; their labor. has been I danger; and greatly humiliating to, our pride COL. Dowsisc'sCiRCcLAR came by last nigbt'. -'
inc 11 the incident planter and merchants of r character as a people. It U for'ou4|gentlemen1Incorrect '
to tho With degree
udioR expenses return to re"ardedfJth abundaneeV a c
__ c there 0.Di o' thousand five hundred dollars Daub the sums.which bare been bore fortitude and perseverance Which reflects on( them I these for evils, by neglect providing of military appropriate duty. 'ma., Th | copy directed t u bu doubtless -

Fo-tee. expense subodHlK againlo rowed, and when .this shall have been the greatest credit they have maintained their r This punishments, every, has been ro.uhtto the on the road.Tht ". :.
... those; wed and done .the Banks of Florida will in positions under fiat knd erery vicissitude, important subject: "
+ ,. .Indians, the treaty.OHLl be as every attention or the Legislative Council and the? .VU.The St.Joseph Taut of the 12* Ll
.:.,!': ratified. .bj: the Senate for.I\.' fo otol.t .' prosperous a co ditionas the. best moniedmiiiiutioos and still encroachments pr seat a formidable of the) enemy.barrier Convincedby to the further L manner in which it has generally been,Disposed announces he' arrival.of a mail on the 9th !I

;- -- -tal lit '; 'tbiir asseut to thai treaty in'o 'country.' Wiih- the exception in the of has rather encouraged, than-restrained the ta "
: : four houan4dollarS, j : of two inconsiderable corporations war-three aaibef,.rears Seminoles experience, that prosecuting they cannot be spirit insubordination and negligence.: .In as a remarl able phenomenon.. We eonjd 4 _, : i

LI.- FoV holding a. treaty. witBtbe Osages for which exploded during the past year. it isle. subdued by the plan of operation. heretofore assuming a.. State Government-if such be'the say b mnc li here; The .rri of:a /fl mail j i I

ia. : the e (tin lb\'lent of their title to reservations l lieyed the Banks of Florida bare been con- pursued, the Secretary of War has wisely resolved result of deliberations of the iie Convention) would be a ptoumauv. Several letter* for:.

r 0'' in.lands within other tribes and for other dacted',,.itb distinguished integrity and pro- on a change of pol C1. The plan whichhe we should claims necessarily the General relinquish Gorer'nnent; some for degree: 'we have bard have commenced'their journey, .

I r ( '- {>u'rpbses. two, thousand dn lart. priety. ,Some of them may have been too has judiciously recommended: for the protection our portend protection.on The respectability sup efii- subsequent I letters have come hand., I
i of the rrontier'aeUlerl the ha t .
by encouraging
of tho Sac liberal in relieving the wants and necesiitiesof
1 : f'or deffMyiuc the expenses 'return of.those who hare been driven from ciency or the militia will sustain.the;dignity, and ,
f: 1 1- and 'ox Indians. wbo' 'er mduced'to- yisiliugton those who required relief, but this should homes, and organizing the whole force along their insure the safetyof the state, against foreign or A soldiei was killed by Indians last Friday ,, t

i t ; ... %ir Bt by tbo false representations of not constitute a ground of complaint against exposed ,borders into companies and battalions, domestic enemies These obJetLi,1o highly interesting week, about Ui miles east( Fort King. ,. ,

1. : : their can3tuctor. two hundred and, ,twenty them, in that community which baa expe for the defence of the inhabitants,and the energy to every member of the :Icommunity 4 -

r. 't..:, ,.:" .' 000 i lollars I ,and fifty cents :. rieaced the advantages of this liberality and activity with which he| proposes to prosecute cannot be attained without a proper organization II I Two hundred Idia., among .them Jeigaty _

1 : I. !" .' r the purposes! of defraying expenses' oC My opinion on the subject of banks has here the war to a successful termination,is calculated I and a rigid observance of the rules ff discipline LI warrior,I Y com at Tampa., :

t'"""- '\ '-;, l 1r '.: nero 1'" ,n..wJtb the Miami Indians ..eight tofore been fully expressed. I am opposed to to give strength to the fr otier., and confidence 1 most earnestly invite your attention to this I J .' :"l:

4' r- \'" -... ,. '," -1 bum red and'sixty dollars to be paid to the ; the policy of giving them unbridled! liberty to I and security to every portion of the Territory subject consider'and tion.-hope-it Another may branch claim having your deliberate been added 'Col.Jos S. SAVCHXZ, oneof'oor Delegates -
r their of If this plan is carried into execution, its! confidently the returned this city en 3Ioaday
folio ting persons.in tho following propor. issue' bills beyond power redemption believed that the w iole country whichhai:I to oar Legislative Departmept since the last ConTepUoB, ,1

). lions. to Mil: and Leliero; that every charter should pro. been deserted by the ran es of the eneinyj J wil I session of the Council, it becomes necessary for r afternoon :St. S
-. I '.>i/If',. I T, William,. Marshall (or forty two dayi ride for-its forfeiture, where the institution I. in shirt time-be re-occupied ; the Indians will accommodation,to:>itend the public buildings

I < c.-- ,i '" sernthirt :e a 4'Commissioner threo hundred and shall fait to redeem its notes according to be driven and.confioed within more narrow lira: The Capitol ibould be completed according to, One raOTJe Le\iothin i'i j.r.-n .

\ .r. .: r si dollars.' ', tenor. Oat 1 would not abolish them. even its, and the scenes of rapine and murder with .the original plan ot with such alterations as the Dank. of Florida I has r.omid paymentof .,

\ T llenry L. Ellstrorlh for fifty lour if ive. bad the power'to do so"or impose'on which we bare been sol frequently harrassed, 'Legislature direct.! of notes"'ipwfer $5.t t Tbw movement ha been
:' ., '. Commissioner,1 fuur hundred them -uch restrictions, as would will no'loDger be exhibited on our borders. Con The greater portions of the
t : '.:. : days service a* destroy i his announce .by a flourish of trumpets, but aUi
i the United States for
:' -. i f .' end birty, dollars, and to Allen Hamilton their ujtfulnesi to the people, 1 cocsidei nected with this plan of defence .an important granted remain: undisposed by of., Fi-e qnarter} purpose sections: the .mI bills of.the Union Bank had beenpreviously ,
i measure :for the. expulsion of the has
fur sbuuaredjand veiieeiidays' \\cr'lco as Secretary, them iodispensableagents for the promotion enemy,
L .:- cueF been recommended to Congress. It"proposed are situated! m the: iroraedjuMNjieinity of *"S withdrawn from circulation. *
,'" / fo dollars. cf commerce, and highly) ad van jeo us in the Capitol and if.sold.in lov* ,a and ten acres '
tho lands sofd
to !
those Bankwhich
grant: a portion o public to The Union till lately, northern
I I :1 r r4\ j: -. m 'defray.the expenses of |an exploring ordinary transactions of life, and while 1 do persons who will obligate themselves (tu settle would produce large! me erection or.'I -

; I I : 'r (: part Miamies,, \ Indians, the, urn of nineteen not) advance them at tbe expense of individual aud improve them. i, public buildings. Ar ;lr[ .section continues exchange latG percent. Lu'avowed a def -
:;.;:;.:;: t band red and ninety dollar interest, I regard them as baring just For more than three years this desolating war unlocated, o' -%>quent appropriation tlon to do it for 2 per cent; but alas again,it\ "

I I t,"';1 :*',. : ': F r: affordiug temporary subsistence, tol claims to bur consideration and protection. has been maintained within our limits. Our of the toj nstul't: '.. t s originally no exchan g;eto-seHt'

J, ., i\\".' I I" such Indians West'of the Missiisippi. 'wlitjason So soon as'the reports from tbeisevera most experienced Generals and our bes appointed selected,to Ka7 lfe(g tofTt velle.location e Mo BSodred'andj }.
"J tbeir the Banks shall have been received, shall armies have been unsuccessful in its prosecution Territory jet a light to make'th 44j1lTaUahasee ,
of '
; by r recent emigration or < they \
iJ' thor \ and
and I tbry
I' t &f
-. I '. though all has been done which skill, braY that ih4 Executive
,I' .: tb* rrangements incident to. the policy of be.communicated to the Legistature,--witb ery,and untiring perseverance could ac omplWi. ,ised! toappotnt'anaentforthatpur engaged f>r themselves the besVapartmenij'ia the, t
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; sotti .:portion of the public domain such'remarks as their respective conditionsmay instrnc'ions select S laDd I .
(1 g part Many of the Indians hare been captured or destroyed to a quarlc ctiin oC' ,. i Speaker H use cf p'resent- '
:: .: ; wes of'', the Missiesippi i. for the residence DC seem to require. Every portion of the enemy| ) country: recently acqnired from the'Apnlacne! ,.. iians. ct T th -j .

-:: '.{ aU t a, Itribes residing east of that river, as, .Since the last session of the Legi.tati"oCOUDcU..our has been invaded. Every'village. every hat has or anyotherunappropriated .land wbicKmaj be auTos went to theresidenee. of'a citizen aae

,' ".- are natle to'subsist themselves and for the frontier .settlements Jine been been demolished. Their i fields have been laid deemed' more valuable. night a begged the privilege of l lying.on his,

\, .'" -; esp nso*< attending the distribution of die greatly barrassed by marauding, ; bands waste,their cattle driven off: and the nation .bro At the last Session, I called the attention of for befo re the fire. : ,

t ; : lame.i one hundred and fifty thousand Jol of the enemy. Notwithstanding tbo YurmU ken and dispersed in small fugitive bands'prowthrough 'I the' Legislative 'Council,.to 'lbe"situa.tion ofthe -

". 1 --- --.1,;' ,i\ 'lars, toj be expended under the'direction 0ecretary.of S 'clabb aDd well appointed force employed! by the wildernasa, or' hover on the frontifr. and office recommended of Commissioner such of an Tallahassee increase' of the salaryas fund, 03 The Marshal for the District,of Cast Fieri. ,
But ate
in often
I .I fr I v .: _' 'If the ; Wariproved tbo Government, in prosecutiug thC war turn even on their flight pursuers.they.' iinsubdued/and furious would! make it acceptable to an officer capable da.basretur. edto. thjs\ City,and i prepared to I
-4 -il- A July 7th 1633. and indefending frontier,, the energy or attend to the of his office.EDITORIAL .
straggle fall with fatal the defenceless inhabitants of performing its duties.and worthy assuming ,:all.e ,
the Seminoles still continues with aU its '1Lsnothavingbeendone, I '- ,
: J -- njiih of the frontier.tllh. his proven responsibilities..
:(1'OVIRNOR'S MESSAGE.; the appalling: iucidents of warfare. During that.it is not by the mar countermarch; o If the office is jet vacant, and cann o be filled with CORRESPONDENCE.i :' ,

-t ; rfienale the las summer numerous and ';'diftressin; armies through the eue : $thai he I Ito competent talent, until adequate compensations .1 i TALLAHASSEE. 1&. 13C9. \, I
r "" -- To fo| f and. House of. Jltitrescnlatice. instances occurred, in which i whole families be expelled from the of bis nativity JI Chas dall have brcri provided by tho Legislature.- The Ilpuse met on the'6tb,;having! adjourned : '. I

I S ..-. -:--- tf J W s l III S I ." T* '_._.1....I_t.y thn" mlfjni-_ht attackjL.o only to avoid battle end pursuit for aTelrlnTra. ia believed thai the Territory has sustained much organizing.To-day II Drake '
yesterdatithout r
: i. ea19rnuchcauetobethankfuItotbo' | ...& the Idsted with injury ia the careless prodigal management
)% ;: tho The, frontier i inSaumnTt army neanjjiunger
[ enemy. were Iud this fund its former agtnis.Hnd the business' *f Escan bia, WM elected Speaker. This.selee-' !
\ f1", girerof all bteluutsror the u'ispensatiou: kept in a state of perpetual J danger and retires befo hiWi, withoiUhe fire by ; '
: : S. J of t ie past year. Uninterrupted health has alarm, and although tho troops of the Gov.erignent.svere .' of a sun; leaving him a 'in unJisiurbtd' possession Ir I- has been conducted.in. ; sacji a loosa and irregular. tin ,wesnadeccnforrnab1y' toi'usage; be-being ';j
in it in i
of the field. Hi i; luperiplbru manner require r placing of members
t ti oldest
:.: l S pre ailed throughout; our country/aud abun one e TI1Tsu1d"t
5- actively employed in their de cry, or skill in the use of arm!', that the Indians a condition to be understood. :Should the Leg: '
S, \ )I' dan e jis every hero to be f"md'; Qu fence ii.became necessary in the opinion n r have thus long resisted our over ; but from islature dctefmine' to dispose of the"public' bae been chosen bad h been present. '

"i" cauie alone continues to cast a hade 'over the Executive, on the urgent application'o' their mode of life ; the nature ol the country they property in tile neighborhood of Tallabassea, i it i J. D. Iianca4erwaannauimouslyelectedclse( .. '

'.. -S our prosperity, but while it is painful' to re, the 'pe.>ple,.end the officers of tho cxpoddistricts inhabit ; tho congenial" of.the climate to their will become necessary to adopt "morp efficient I Clerk ; E oor' Keeper Moses Ellis; Sergeant-at- ': 1'

;'. fleet, ot tbetsuiTcrings a>id distress of those to'order'a portion of tbe.militia in. habits and pursuits and i ts often ftUl 1 cjnscqnen 1 measures to protect it from the waste and trespass Arms, Sth,P.Lewis ; Engrossing Clerks Ale I IPhenroUIlIarris
I' ,.jN, who. hiye; been ri.itod with 'b.e calamities,o(. service. ces to their pursuer The spontaoeoas'produ! to which it M: daily e 1>oicdand from which 'ithas

5 S' .; war illS gratifying to kooir that so large 'a. Middle: Florida these have been lions of nst are j supply em with abundant and already received great injury/ should be &d Copeland. : t

S most
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pntatoc, the briar root, the cabbage tree, and the should be required to prosecuta'the of Senate ,
and coutinucs ,', to watt
: ."1 ;, to prosper unery trespass ._ o"Excellency. 1'

r .' 'I toctIp care' of Heaven and the Industry services. But in East Florida when a much The waters supply ihem with! fish''. and the The enclosure,.around the Capitol, 'you willpercein Commi!ce-Tred\veJ. Dozier,and Frie L

--- t S f "j I and !enterprise of our citizens. larger force' w's employed, the Commanding .. woods with 3mo. lie ce want d famine, the ,-is in astute of riiin delapidation.. commitee was aLso' appuintd. t contract i

S k 'i' Ir pursuance,of ancl of ho last Legit. General did coqsiderlthem: necessary; y' attendant consequences )f invasion in. every other I. The appropriation .heretofore made by the Legis for the printing of the ,l a. .-- -

S ;. i 5 lad o. pouncil an important measure has for defensive operations. In consequence country: and to,every other people present no lative Council fur putting it in rep ir,'Was found ii Blackburn! Gould, and Dural, and then
S : -,. g.:' .,'beer adopted by the people of Florida.'S .-. of which tbe troops called out from the terrors to (he wandering Semmolo. Hounds entirely inedequate to its accomplishment House'adjourned till .
; 5 5 ... Deli giles bare been elected to represent Counties of Alacbua and Columbia security, food, and shelter, in every |iammock Hence no part of it has been expended? for that Friday, to transact bnsinest
: hare
i : ':. them in Convention. Those Delegates bare and in every ttvamp. My observation on tbo purpose.. 'liecommend an additional appropriation in the o'd, Court Honso -which wl'fttioK'loi '
-S : nor. and l perhaps will not bo paid-by the United and that the Commissioner of,the ,
: "t,)j: assented, and are now,.deliberating on th result of the measures Heretofore ?pursued forth e Talla- receptio*. The Senate will
States.! Acorrect return of tho number removal ofthe Indians,have brought me forcibly base: fund, be authorized-to contract for a new
I 1 ; pro i'onlOr; a Constitution! rOJ..ourfuturo Coreratneut of officers'and men. or of 'their term of to tbe conclusion that i it ':annolbe dona!without enclosure to be constructed of durable materials, The Senate did not make a quorum till Wed.

"'. :j V as an .I independent aud.s'urereigtpeople. service has uol ucen received for the County' change of policy, The forest must boj subdued In my list ar.nual mefsago. I called the attention nesday.j On that day tbe rollwaacolkJ.Ge,; .: ,".

:. '' I The opinions I bare heretofore ex of Alacbua.. But_ the officer ,commanJineFerntory. before the enemy can b< finally conouered. Every I- of Legislative Council the subject o T; Dutal was.elected PresiD but he declined the.

:, :- pressed on this interesting subject, in my annual the'milma of Columbia Coun'y: reports a ioch'or ground taken; from him must be firmly internal improvement, and recommended the honor ;.adge : CoL/lerrni '
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t./ Communications the Legislative held settlers who will cultivate adoption of system for that '
I ,, '. with whole Reiment'.o{ bare been in service, by permanent purpose. Deeply, was then Dr. 7. S. Robfiuon was also
S ;\:' S :- : S Council remain unchanged. I entertain in tbe the soil and mike the! wilderness their home impressed with its importance, I.cannot forbear '
];4 I S no oiiUt,with\ regard to the expeiiicucy ,r dred amounting end three!aggregata to seven han- Under this system the samge would gradually to invite your attention again to that subject.I elected,4nd then the Senate adjourned, and will

I >: ;. I ..: the neasure, and.tbe advantages which tvil! I ninety officers and men,- retire before the appro:ch of-the civilized: man. enclose you herewith a Map, accompahiec d not mee till Friday.Florida i
: .. t result from Whether so large a force was necessary for lie would be compelled to abandon portion 5- with the suggestions of a distinguished officer f I '.
: ; ( a change in our form of Govern i -
(, I .. .\' S-- met Should the tbo defence of tbe settlements, is a question of the country susceptible of improvement, the United States Army (Major General Gaines]) Har.-Mr. Benton Chairman the '
S ". t.j! proceedings' of the Con. which: the Executive ,is not.prepared to,decide and if he should still retjreat before the advancing on the subject of constructing rail roads as -at Committee of Military Affairs of the Senate of has', :.
: : renfiob beapprored\ by tbe people! aud our as the scene of operations was too re- settlements,and seek sh ellcr in the barren waste auxiliary measnre of martial defence. He :has reporte4 a bill from, that Committee -"t.

4r > ." right k pf>> admission into the Union' be ac. moO; to enable biro to form a Ofre't opi. and inhospitable everglades I sufficient force proposed to conncct the powerfal States orthe, for the armed occupation [and setUeinezitof providing '

S : ,;"' : IknoUledged by Congress, it will become. nion on (be subject. The lawi of the TCI might in a short time, I>o drawn from the settlements I. interior with those of the frontier,by Kail Roads I. that part of which is now, ,
h.T ? fond.
during ,and abundant*n plies from the The view which be has taken of this onrn ad
M S necossary your prosenIOUlon., to ijtory require the Executive in cases of invasion fultivated subjecf, I is infestedjb marauding bands if
: i ;provide organization? and support of i insurrection..to lands of the interior: prosecute the, war to a highly interesting\ : and demonstrates the grraiadvantages t Th princpal bill: to grant IDdu j
or such
r ; tate out por- final close. In order this which would [ i
.- S |iGoy rDmcnt. Preparatory to.this de"lirablo tion of( the militia as ho deem carry plan into.exe- from this"system settlers {who will go to part of Florida indicated "
I may cution and to insure the in time of
: 1;"- -- -: event, it important that necessary safety ofthe settles war. expedition and certainty I establish stations, and maintain'their J;
I r our rove for the defence of oufcitizens; But relying' against the attacks of I tW with which the possession
r aned system should be revised and enemy, to which they largest armies with the necessary : jintil the is pacified and the Indiana .
rtmodcl- ,
At each on the protection of the army, it was not would otherwise be fatuity!1 exposed, they should munitions of war and provisions may he transported I. removed.country Three hundred and 't

5- I : : 4- cl 10- ted with session the since I bare have been.I until repeated outrages bad been committed, in the first place bo req ired to assemble at some from the interior to any exposed: point oi tithe acres of land is the quantity proposed twenty' to be .11;
I _s ; I -- Executive authority, and a number of lives bad been sacrificed convenient rendezvous, whero, after being armed frontier. The unity and sympathy it w nld granted[ to be selected ty the setters tbenuelvs, '
S endeavored to impress on the Cuun-. that resource was bad to the local militia and equipped for service, they should be or create in the --' :.. cli!. Ihe, urgent necessity of this meaSDro.b .- tnrd" fcncee. In adopting this ganisod into companies regiments! and elect and the strength and security it would giv*. to settlement. .rroYisioD for a and priority also !
measure at.. year ammunition
S T >L Imperfections of the present system, an their officers. They should then be marche'd I in every portion of our country, renders it worthy be furnished "
time when the Indians to the
; : :a in small blinds bo- settlers,.who to'
j. too glaring to require<< illustration by argui T :red the' skirls : advance of the present IsettleiuenU! and locatet of, tile consideration of every statesman and ey. beyond'the' latitude or the t Wiihlacoocbee. We, J"
on of sctileraent.nndevery
S S lF me i it, aud the objectiops it presents are too jevery in a compact form on ejrery portion ofj the unap.' ery soldier. believe hat this bill has been : CaD' j
c "- '' -S I :. manifold enumerate. Tbe law imposes I inhabitant was exposed to massacre ;iI propriated: land fit(or cultivation in such manner Nor are" tho commercial. advantages aritinj" consult!{$tion with the Secretary reported upon several! .

,; S r\. ntl oalty. on the proprietor for false I it became necessary to invest the officer in as to' give mutual protection and safeir. to each from this system to be disregarded. It w DU'C d Beers who have served in Florida We 1
,\: r i a or I corr.raand with discretionary in other. J direct channel of an many 1\
a communication
(, lID >crfect.return of his taxable power I ? open inhabit! nts of the and
: ,S : property, nor ,I to the number to lie A of them should the different sections of the int rior. Territory tt th.yal
r : j I. b! required to make his return under troops employed portion at all time; be required I. concur vijh the en"tes committee;
:", : I oat b, either ash regards the for the purpose of restoring tranquility! and to bo under arms, and the residue be em. In the transit of intelligence and for the nr.poses.oC that this bill presents the true.'safe, expeditions i

-p S lit/ of bis property assessed.quantiij Hence( or to insure the, safety of those ."lJofero exposed ployed in making their improvement, and in I travel distance and space will be al nost cheap, and ence.na.method]. of bringing the Flo :4 .g

r: '9 I : ? ehered that a largo it to danger.! But heVas especially iu- cultivating the land.. They should be subject, to: annihilated, and Alices remotely situated would ridadisturbaicestoanend. Accompanying ,:
reti 1 estate in this proportion die siructed to employ:no larger force than in tho rnlo and articles or war, and entitled to receive be brought close proximity with each other, bill is i letter from the Surgeon Generl, Dr. ;( I.

'S S has Territory, suKject taxni hi* judgment should be solutely the pay subsistence and allowance for giving strength to our .bond of our national Union I.I. I. LT.VFOI* in answer to inquiries the Cha 7.
i been
S I. never reported end it often for dclcnsive operations. The necessary clothing generally given to troops in tile service: promoting commerce, industry and intelligence !I- man of the Commi tee, in which he presents ,: ;
)- oc urs. that laud I is returned in a lower i. that tragical i<< PC- of tho United Htatis. I And at the cl >se of the : throughout our va.t dominion ; the Con- 'most cl4ecring prospect of the facility of obtin te

," \ S < 5; L tide are required to be ,.d subsequent to tbo date of this section of arable uandt to include bii lhi visions for "
tax according to order demonstrate improve < important system might be; reconciled by an the settlers. We take the occasion t -
S I S tb I ir quality. and inmost. iustances. tbo astor the propriety of the ments as near an pract. ;r'Lle. A further cnCOllr'ucllIcnfbolIdIJO united action or the General !and Suto Government say,' tliit Dr. Lawson's views and i information,

S S cc is compelled to depend on tbe.dcscrip- course pursued. It matters not how nume-: ; given tocmigration.ind settle *. Although the Uni'ed States may not were entitled to .the highest confidence the ':

I I. : is a given by the proprietor. I therefore recommend I rout may bare been his regular force enga law rnentbyihe passage: : 'prospective, : p.r .e Jpliou have n right to invade tho nnvcreignty: of a State whole Leing gjven front, actual experience sod '
.. :. gel on, that frontier, or what .; Conferring tho ubt.to'lturch:1Jtin.l: (at tho > the construction of both ,
: I: an entire reorganization: 01 tL.I. do.. deficiency callantrr y public works within its IiCrsonjkl examination and botomed open
S piruneiit, and the adoption of such and enterprise, the unquestionable government price one quarter section of Lmd) on -limits contrary to the wishes of iw people.. ye': military and.ledicl.ervice. peninsula DC

S H insure the faithful measurestrill presence of the enemy, tbo invasion of the everlaelual.ettler1wbo a certiin period shall locate hiuwlfbcibre when.the! ,consent of the Statii.) has heen obtained 1 Fl ridd. The Doctor having: bad a military .,
assessment collecn and continue
S ti and disbursement of the colony, and tbo murder of i ur citizens at tiva.e until the of to inhabit' dnd cul-. It is: believed: there is no prohibitory provision in mandand served much: in the Territory. *o4
public revenue, their own threshholJ'. close the wnr. This'would in.I1'0 the Constitution which can militate against this in' the extreme southern of it.
or while especially
5- 5 :5 5 '! JThe reports of the several Banks of the cultivating their fields, withont enga-ed discrimina in I '.-.'.:... !...-u'.MO.""S'8'5.!.I?!,1 f that (portion, ot citizens. system. which ho so well and so interestingly part decrib .
; Icrritory required their 7 unwnnngo| place themse
.:: ::: I made( to tbo Lxecutivo: by, at the close of to the bo..' tion of age or sex, as the best proof that suf the rutraint of ml1r&iallaw, and w.ho would ves tinder add States Tho, and increasing the wealth end resources of "the -,lt othix:tan aW
ficient to the vast commerce '
protection 'was not given by the hulnber and 'trrnth ,or the and revenue of '
I .I j, .\ ,year al.) ,to not CiYo having yet certain bcen received, I am un- my,.and that it was necessary and proper ar- Under this encouragement;; tJ to emir.SClleD1entl tiou it in, the General;Government i id:fully adequate to the' la the Kentucky LeguLitnre on the loth nlL f

I J -- you inC"rmationt'thb that the militia shouM t lie! called nuj 10 confiJelllJy l believed thAt 10,000 perm ,n.nt.cued accompli-hmenfor( this:ilporrult measure, and during; the consideration ofadivorc? caiethfollowigresoiudon V
i : $< gard to their present condition. I am bapy tier might, in a few i in time be
fence of their familie months' be Inca ; ,
S J' I and their homes. de.1 in iha "i ac was adopted: 4
t : S I''r to inform you, bow ever, that it is bcjier.ihiy .. tier' these circumstances, it enemy'. tOuntt.lInd in A short time how hole unite complished. To enable us'' future day, io u RtsolttJ. That the petition of Miranda Met
that I'en ult the '
I .d bare generally resumed .specie pay there should ho appears n 'ynald bo.o comrl6telY occupied to will neighboring states in the adoption ler be to the (or CoiiZtOtJotice.
no hesitation: on the of leave no as of this similar Committed Commite
i4enis, Bud tbat in every other respect they the General Government part luiking placo for the cne'll. 'l'he and system, both for commercial! to report a bill making -
.1 1 ; in paying; tbe troops adoption or this plan, while it military purposes,. I recommend that divorce
a re good condition voulll a
.. S and worthy of high thus emploj d. I am not to tainl, bring this Jons t cr.: moml: -addressed to me- habitual drunkenness a sufficient ground fort r
S S c edit. They bare Juno much to encoufage encourage an flaccc..rlli protracted and h3rra..ipVar to grant of certain Congress, asking.:for a i ifi a Court of Chancery ;and that they ata .'
: : extravagant expenditure of tbe public treasure termination, would a portion of in aid of bur tM -
I save millions into
of the of authorising
I enquire
and. Inr '
S of this '
industry comtmiui- public treasure expediency
'. .. or to ask compensation for service aDd thOuidi of valuable IntenAllnproymen"! .
Iave4. Chancellor to exercise the control over t
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the credit land irnpof't,1nt t
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never But the ;
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-- tSmetwIaboringpo 41 ritanie Tea & Coffee Sets.? *:4-S ** '-," 'itemcesas City Maz'shat.fres.s, .8 gni.v. ./ ;; ao 00 ',

or ayeocci; bivIltciI id theMevef: orihe/wai 2sets Cot Glass Decanters' *..v'/ 1" Aug.25,to Nov. 12,at$10per'twwiiT. .. .'e. JoshoarJoynef 10121 4 t
t rwlgNJallr heir.minimum t'the JQs. S S $* VRyGDgS ,- .; L'po. '- -.-- .- >0 00 .Dec,20cDo.Antoni6xAlvarez,
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Mexican*, bolweffiora -- > |of the increasE or S Qfetoieces Sheetings A. Shirtings.J20 .- \ '*,., S ., U see Weademan CUrt
Philip ;
,_or tbe conviction n aqortatarers. Aft.r:a.fe; w, years. '' ran ?
fteiaiat M ipeUenpe for peace becomes universal (peace, .. ,5 dO. Irish Liaen 25 do. Furniture.M nu :n.3.rRemiUedo.VanBrnnt j Chair 4 ".Philip Weademan, Poe Fnt, I'M 'V*"?e.'11.***v IS.
i1I letter from > j *
werer, Wtesoff kal0perations; ;inflicts much IQjdov'Bopk Muslin, 10 do'Check/'r," vi?;/" L4rgc UxI heeLs <* 00 Feb 2. '
lestonfoi2 Philip Weademan. Clerk
General 1uIo1c1vIecbIoaDde4 S ;. tf '. % > l-
of .Vws
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ese u inwdwl*fro*forthe Wkeof prospective good.; 20 do. Calico 'T .[. ?- ** ---rC / Feb. ILPiflk- ? I
$ Joan 44Utte*,wtyo thejFrenehittacke ijtlfetke f l 1Cashpaidti1uben -- .... n.'r O 6j r I
< t, alt that artofjho:population fostered and 100 doz< Madras and Rbmalse 'Handkerchiefs, ?
haiforjenwag.helojgvf. : Weademaa
Po i"
?;oticing report that he we to be. court DoPhilip ritoitf. f .
; ajar ippqrled by war.'WUng back on the rest.ilrea-- :iOdo. Silk Hose, 20 do. Cotton hose/ y '
zed! I, Genera)J&HMOBrdf ctazed lie is anxious for ; c f ,- *; Wm-.NelIigan/rom4teA>ftt I iej i
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not much at ease/makea share 10 do.Ladies'apd Messrs Hoods XS -S S
them in its div ; ; ; < ,;, .p. 'r:1kads: 1&ccit iooo-; Philip \Ve denun CZcrft -a' '
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tflr trial-Hbettbefallpf e castle should hot ti ew.Farmers marittfaclurers find>hey| aB 40B pieces Black Silk Braid i'tso .- -. .. : .. I
allributBd loxhlnv:._es fce liad written to"lb ore"by,IbeVdecraase consumption and the -* -. ',: .",' ,[f'-- )1arh22.Dofl.DFpntaneiinprov.-, sog&rectS, 1 r -55.005,5Ci S Markot, : 869 -. t jt 4.
: President'ti of Tof Mexico long before the attack works,toicfortti !( werlng, pf price*? thtn'brihe partial, Belief ":JO boxes Shoes 4c Boots,. ? ,"3!'- : April' 18. Do: .. .-Foptane, do. pril J. Philip Weademaa C&rk ./ ; 1 j
delapldatfr 4 statoth. f
Tease lekin'Ilats
z omMJtatioj i individuals with.fixed income ar* r Silk31 fc" .V. f Iay2.DoPbbpWatieman,8jMsr. Market -f '
and thzbt.o( tossoy things essential in his de- alone :relieved. In due-'tiine however Ojluik ti7jairPitolt. *tij"'V' 624 15
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Jeneepod fbeTjbis requests had not been com b new : ket ClerkhissaUry'une ; \ ,-,. C 50 i :f ," Philip Weademan, PoorFtmd, .,3 31 -
[ TincJrtirtV industry-are'discovered, neW *x- ,- CKOCXttlXS. ;- 1. 2. f- .
c&wk criei: ; : t '. PhihyWeadeujtn, ar. Market May 2 Do.Pbilip Weadman, CUrk tf ;. .
iatjjfeable! produce brought to market; communications pipe Madcira'Wihe, "t '"Superior '; Clerk, his salary, 6_,50 v. ". Jtfwkel, 43 (61 '
: between cbudtries lopg at war are i do. Sherry. do; 'J article. ., V.' Do. 1
.bcItocuidtSinJuantIUUoi, opehedjbp '* ; for City Account, Candles, June 2. DokPhUip Weademan. Clerk c/ .. .
degrees and. nd 4 baskets Champagne, ;
; production
1th j consumption LucktttforP.atnlRoom, ,1. 2 OS. Merka )
ccoanifl4.t( oos'or the I '
o hy ,
C recover4rtheir. equjlibrianv Simond's 10 boxes Chsmpsgne'Cider,, 4,. f+ltm '
arnaii -fi.-'. f, '. -: Svikertand. S boxes Wine Bitters, 5 kegs Raisins* 6.:pp.B.; Segul, 'c' : the qrt.Salary, 'Mark*.
: 'fleIi1tho loss'cf fortress U ibeCpnld. a bbls. Rum 10 bbls. Cider 1318J -
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sn4: L04oe( it INI expected;that Bjftrrwcfnpose Bosjtdariff--\V9 learn from thereentvsJedictory 5'(do. Soda Biscuit, '- '.'" 5.DoV.SancbeLeuerj'apcr; r350. ; 5;Do.Geo.LI'lurnpa.7.z' a- /<- -
principally of men from the COO Ibs. Bacon Hams 300 Ibs. "Do.ILD.fontane'inrpiorig'. .. lector, i. 144 4)_ ,
Kent Smoked Beef
f of -
message Goy. streets' \ ; 12 18 > ". 5-
anj tb coald suffer | .2ODo.Geo.LPhilUppTe.C.L. :
ogh4wl, < workshop, a
per* "aine,to Legislature that in 10 kills Mackerel,20> Smoked t .
: f.ctdaof.bsU..sud.boxsbs, for 'more..thanToar .of state,now oxes Herrings' Aug.31; Do. D.Mka,repairing goft : WR *> 5 :
I1Ofli Uiejcommissi0ners recently appoiotejJto 20 qr. boxes best Spanish Segars, .5 PKW.V- A1'iJN : k
: .; hoar tal'dte'same; time seeing upwards of ascertain e.nd.cattbe northeastern boon All. of which will be sold cheap for Cosh. Phillips,STYCiiT* -< .
thret hadr* a of their companions dead or wounfcrtffiBatHHM '" *" "* Th SepL7.DoAmbrose; Cooper0rlruteev- '. *-CWf T retr 66 CO- R
of the thai -
dnry State, report it is difficult to hua&in I." L* LYON. over JJ/ana So e* 2 Creek .200.00: Nov.2. Do-Jo A tUrk + 0&
:: *!edthe ill but totally demolished t 35iJr..ORDINANCE Lbmbbs. tf" & I
: certain _' .
"f't '
a inoje description"of boundaries : ** D. fs (** i ; M .L.J ** rM %(
.1 illMyti> fl Jbilfad and ih.etnnon rendered S
IR! that eoliih U"jfl H iv *wlIy ad milted"that tht hnm- yithrnots certaii.tv can be applied on the earth's N : relafipg to, ,
; I Ieiof b1 of:.36; 40,-od SO Ibs ,exceeded 95,. surface// :Its monuments are as fixed and certain Waggons, and other ,Carriages kept for hire ,2 syuarutf?
\\F .$00/andeb&sifcs: *QO., Farther resistance Be stone, and carting the satae for. Market,
; ak the bull it ordained bj the Mayor and-Aldermen of
pole the.
IV an everlasting' so.long a JC j
t wpuldhatb e i'n elc s sacrifice.r ." j 1 wspfnjotiftnj and gravitation shall continue.$ .he.Citjrpf St..AuguslineThal; no person shall 5- .. tfc causeway back of the Cvmt May l6.Do. CbarJes Hob5oa, 38 7S 4 'S
Home "
22 00 July 16. Geo. L. .
: The new Governor of Maine,(John Fairfield! letor drire for hire, any Cart, Dray, Waggon, Phillips. 10 00f
.jIw.. trs.<>f CtTlie.gam9 Nov9.B.seguicz5gofcoOcizo1It Oct., 30.. FL.Daney, Mtyrt. 6500'' .
i tely a Representative In Congrcjw) has enuredtpon or other carriage within the city, without having ? :
j of dieii M pf great antiqaity.'and appears have : quarter' salary' 12 50. Nov.a. Do. Jot. A Uamlisi City lf .
tq the discharge,of:the duties( his office, first obtained a license for so doing, from the r- .
been inven fedin China or Uindosutr. ,Sir WUlUtt ttnd has made inaugural address, which is spok- Cleik of the City Council, for the time being, Dee. 4.. Do. James M.l Gouldpriiag '***> .' W*' 9* ;. .

' : | JoHe ineiines the latter supposition.. In a>f ak a very reipecUble docrimen t.-Nat,Int.ro who shall number and register the same, and for 3fearJ8371; 4.87&S: 4S':'. .

the"second :volume f.the_* Isiatic'Researcbei/ which lieentejt the sum of $10 for one year,' of March7 1838.- lb. ; z i ,'_S'r,, ?5 S S P V -, .55--LE- j- -.5,, S
: euytW.rniybesitis5eawitkthteitisnongofth. for six months Michae| Andrco.rrpair ,.
$5 ;for each cart, dray,waggon,or ,
I'eIanho, thougb attnach indinec( iJuI ED, other .carriage, shall be paid for the..DS .of the S i*;street* end causeways, 3. _, S -

4a as o.thrjp UoBi liappropHate the.bgetuoBs l [ tivsrcliyfoq ihe Oth inst., by the fleyflr. City, end one dqllar for the Clerk of the:City "'!.' *? 1)o!' John, pegnt.rtpatnjijr. 4 .5' : _.4 .5 ,: i'S -;* 'S '
: rentions bf4: foreiin people, ananimously nnfap WrtEz tKt-Bsow Miss lUxikrsorst.bothof itrects cod causczcays, 35 OOt' : /
agrei ; ? tq Council, as & fee.for his services inissuing'each : . ,,
} ; :that Ilia game"wMjmported from the Vest of Inydiajn ; this city. y :. license ; and in case' r shall V29. DoJR.D.Fc-ntane, 1 1TW_ ;.- -* ,-. .''- *fc7) *?.,*" S S -5'- I J _

th. sixth;-century of;oar era. It seems Col ..On the Stbinstby tho Rev. Mr. Rampoun. let or drive for hire,any any person cart, dray$ persons/ or streets and causeways, ",. 'E "f' -
> *8imttwmonBlly.known in Jlindostanty.4ca HrVAi'tcaro Rpctno, to MusEcoju, daughter other carriage within the city/without having first 3ay5.-J3onatwn to the City of Charles- .. 5 I

:- ptroe "
, members'of en army< which M*these,elephants; number of such license (and no other) painted Juno 1,,. D. Levy, Attopeyfor Braisted .. I ,
/horses, chtriou/aad' tooIoIdierand in'thieensa ': in t( Lonrig" 'settlement "of can- 'r" ; r "
figures not Icts.lhan three inches I 'k ,
JE o long, the :
t .. ., .on "
Jbrword \a" .
/ ii'Trequcntly wed by.epjo'pJehifitbelriieserpiod \\trdct |V Ktt fur binldzng e ,
>On the 31st in this most conspicuous part of said cart,dray,waggon, < -
4 | rt&lKrnileV. JJyanatU Thnrsday, January, city, Mlg't over &1aochd creez .: TAug. ztoo ,

! rsl corruption of,lh'e pure Sanscrit wprd,jf wai ilf.t'JJATHiir--r. .-- UA AKDRITWS* -, "of the w city .of ,NeW for or 01;the her carriage management,so u lobe oLethe easily seen}sober and have discreet .8,. B. ;Segni; C7Vi of Council, 3 f -,Vvrfe'; .
!same a
; ..'
t1ined tl e old, Persian* into ctriit( -but able % quarU ***/*//!iry. > 37 50 .r r -
the Arabs, whoiiHJoB.aAerlook! person ; such person lor persons 12.Oct. Lo.Antpnio "S : ji % a .- ; ,
pos siion l lIkeir shall for sncholTence forfeit,and Sept |Aivarez'JbT wpies -% t
4 eonntry,had neither thi Initlil n rtbflnI'I : > !PASSENERS, of not.every less than 10. or m'ftre, than 2CL payasure of documents, "'* 7 00,, I4' "*.- ,

'-tisr of tbat4VAfd ja {heiralphabet, and'eonseulfTunher LIihe EmpierrOm C' VH ton MrsCAuiarnLanaorunta 2rhat oil licenses for 30.NOT. dm'r of BedeVSi-gnl. aUenrfance -v ,
driving carts, drays, :-
1 alured thatword, : IntosArair, AC L.i1Tord, ftj waggons, or other carriages'for l/e, within'lhe S a a irt nen 111 tAe case oCujf -' ; *# icb (Shtiilja.way presently into the modenii'and n, C Alvarez' I't4 city, shall not Le transferabre; and shall be taken ,. rs;Dirk FUischmuntycar -- ; : 's-- : ,
.7 atien'sth iuio liiS ftJtclrftf IfttTu 'sfe'Franccs 1833. 0 50 -s- .
; tlO'48tephe ffom'Charlesion.Avicel for six or twelve months ; if for si months, shall '
.lhetrueidorlfationbrihe"word is known _; }4J Ewan J C Cb>mSTAUGUSTINE. commence on the first day of Jnnary; /and.oh ". '" .; )O'4anuelGarrido, improvK -- ,.
jonly tothe Ictrne .f Thus'fits a verykigtiificanLA'word -- u he-firsrday.of in each yearand for *. \ 1 : ?slreetti. f -1 ,- .4-' -- 1 _
Jo iie ihe *'.' '*s )) ArpauUendacs :. 4 ..
Jancnage Branmins been wele' motbs, shalc9mmence( on the first'day p. Stephen '-.5 I
I; Iransfofmed by progressive changes into oxofr :, 3OUftNiL of Januaryor everyryear, no.dednction being .. 'earn* uitness tn the case'of this o; -1l 4 ; 5, ;;

'tsxecht'.uhttS.chess ;and bya.whimsicalJconcnrrenc ; made in the amount< be paid for the license for ; C'i/y vs.Dirl neisehmajiyeart $ -' f- .. 'c T'N
f/tircnmstance| ha.ghen binh to'tljrr..t.t..r 1837t 1 ,, *
the time .'
intervening" between those dates and .5 x -i
: ; :ditck&nd| even a name tolhft'ii.V 5. Segni, rjouacil'or.s 'Z ** ?
4 every person :who shall hare obtained such! license ,. :
theguef pf Greftjnritaio.MIe spetks also pf*therafftf ) __ shall be obliged, and they 'are hereby required quarter's salary,
; or*zthed ch.riotw1ch Ihe 0.1 )o. John L. Williams, -repairs I -
at all} times of he day, (Sunday excepted ;: Ii::, !'
irctA. and which thPor.nschnge( ) to carry all gobds/wares merchandise, and pump, Ja*. 24, l837, 3 0 .

.. : iota n&&, whenoej came the rook: of some Curo- .), commodities,"on opplicationbcing made and the DOsional- ThosDugla.furprfcs's', :<"*'-w

pttlii1T11 astbe.tierjt and/otof iheFlencI jnonay tendered ; and for'crcrjr neglect or refusal'so sertiees "rendn ed'ia his v-,. i r I / 'S

*. are uppose4to ,t>e corruptions offene and Jd ARRIVED. I to .do> shall .forfeit or.'pay to the corporation,' CJK ofCityvfSt Augustinci'it I 5- -' y H

.ft. the prime-iiilnistcr elephant the Persian .jan. 2G--Scbi Efnp.irei/Sonthwick, Charles. the sum of}cn dollars. lVoYided.nl That DirkFUisthma; *; 350 00 r M7

and A rabs/!. It perfectv) clear that diewi wai on/SG hours,]-ilercliandise to T.&'S. Hewlett the5 owner ofsuch.can, dray, ways o 'other Do.Tbos., Donglna./ur profci's -' 4'i I r.- ': I,

i uuknowutothsCrseksorjLoman,; indeed ilji f. JJHedrwk,1. L. Lyon, P; flCnetJoaNelaon.' carriage,'
commonly tuppofc not lob&va benintroducct B. ECarr; lCo.vCf. Bartfclt; Jos; BayaLCol.ftbmonPvW for 8omepersoiJ, or shall fler such other reasonable SLAvgutliw vs. Braislcd.It'lasttfTXly : --: S .

-) .Into. Europetifl the tiuie'of Uie Crusaders ln p WIiitf hurst, Jos'.L8niit Mrs excus.das shall bo approved by the Court Lorng, 3000 -' J

'"there Ulc*of Latin yerces.iii Hydedescribing l fAgulc-G.fN Pppy>P.-fB(>ut8n V.jSaaJiez or masistrato bcforo beta" the casevbjay b

the irame.yhiphKJs! : iaid tp-Jiave botn. wlUc7of 3< )f1I'onk\Maiptsy..G. A! rarez, bfdu1L-.I. ;:: ><' ;

,, Ufl jt a>A>av a>>tuw tbe flaxnnsi and. therefore )Howard) NrHerirthd A. Dupont. 3 Tlmt all drivers of'cHrts-:- Iras. waggon.if, ojtil'Augiisline irs.r .

jo niimbeTofy belbrp'the'. rt ...,?,? AJaTu27-rS.ch'.j Stephen & Frknces. JHagee, and otheircarriages in this.city are, strictly pro iforr cod others, ;' 10 00 'I ;r..Sc 5

Several points in whichtao eastern gameinov ;hatlc8ton 2 days.. Merchandise toCre po &. hibited froni driving a.faster rate than a walk Do. Tlios, Douglas, ebmmis'tion'of 4%

; differ! froa'onrilrere' then'observed io Europe [olaBV, E B .Boutan/P B Dhaias., F Gue, Gknr or| io\v trotor pace, through the:streets, and on 2 per ct.for receiving, )' 5

k ; '-; ." -, \r.fenny.Cydop&iu. ? Brato &;'Thoma C Leonardy,;!. Pypp apprpa'chmg.or turning corners'of sWeets, they and2jptaJJorpa1'uigcutas j ,. .. j '.

: ,ill's Zlluther, B Masters,J Manucy,Blgoiaranl shall'not drive fasuir than a walk. And Treasurer, f .
ttii 1)a4l'Ineartheatbn&l cwHtuciicing ,tco.v,. ; others. / "'V: ;. *Y -'" T_' ,white or ;Treeperson" colour .violating this any due* to fc the t *Corporation- ** 122 09 1_ S

l GlzUsnhakcsjheu remarks clause, shall forfeit and pafthesuuiorfive dol!- .5 1- .5.
1& pvftfypneof whlcli.w adopt P r ... CHEAP CJOOUS lars \ and if.a slave, his owner or employer shallpayalikdsamrand.'pntcfusalto Test/- 5 : S
!' A>>lenin oblixslion rorts, upon ihf.e Jiibr o j ? -, r* j'.Ji the P. 13 Duius, clerk ot the Courcil ,. "
pay same
rFor4SiI6 6w jSTowmer-eV. City ffotcti S -S 5 '
I : a daily press, whose writings: may affect tlie'sen '}- raid slave shall-ieceive not.less 1ian' ten, nor J .5 *

I tlments and actions thousands O f his fellowcitixenis pST71tF.EIVED, more than 1eolystripei in the market houve. City -Trcasurer'saccountibr.thc! Jas'tquaiitcrpf'tto 1838..5 fv A vJ' S
year -
IJ i-jISfor'dreOTd*, --.5._
T to have perpetually view.the .5 | .
grea i4. Thai th following rates be allowed carlmen I838
5' 51838 $ IS.k: \
; Ciiose "iruth.'jii wrhateve mipner i| )nay ultii : ; Kid and.-SUkjGLOVES, .- j for loading; carting/and unloading.viz': S 21 si Nov.-5 -Paid,lo E. SrBACUE for a 20th Nov. Received' ofTho.. DougLia. *""vf'l I'J ..
\, ; Ioteiicrect) : his own: or.thorposatye bnppines* Lfnc'u'ilA'NDKERQlilEFS| ;For each load from the Gates,east : '
Thls-we bmublyrDrpfesslo regarcf,hnJ ibis alone &c.. City coflin'S i! 10 00 late Treasurer-as bnlance of City fund, J22 00 f /
STothe Mftwemair ipncatSa proorpthhabit .. :i :l5tC' : of Tolofnato Street,along said street, and, 23th-Paid to DASJIL 8. GARDNER, Irt.Dec. For a license granted for theatrica '
J on the-east side of Saiichcz Creek- :oa, I .Jv
legal Dickerson & Po-
TP- 'bal udy of this objccw We ask of thi representative o purposes. K 00 .
support VLTYA.UCTION STORE Jane called Canovas Lane, running east to house ; S S
declared to be nnisauce 1esi'ectIulb.ubinitted by '
public, wcanse our h devoted .onlyle th ,, poon fa a .'.!' ; ,
public good;.; Pecuniary press profiler personal boa jCp rifroChMTlolte Street(inJ Public Square the waters Malanzas; River. ;121 eta ,:
fi tors hiI.biZ1D Instance tempted those wholberi ifin 11%8uh>cribert having ,been appointed! above For each limits.load any' distance, .within' ; tho'' Council, and the proceeds deposited in'tbejTreasury -. ; City Treasurer. ,/ .5' .
k jt cause i;>JLv the- Auctioneor for the 12& ;subject to ihe prderof the Ordered,that tbe accounts*./ \2. *
havehe'power espouse or .expres CiiyQonncil .
by For pcch load 'any distance,witliin the, L" \ r'33 75 of the late and Trramers IMv *jfr-
:.- proper person, prerent pnbll.b.d
: 'an opinion, which they did hot believe to bo jus Ci.Lj of St Augn tiner.begs leavetoinfiirm; tho above limits,to auy'point south of Canovas f r f < j' ,
.1st Dec.-l'aidt6lohnCapo.furbal. .- and ihe Clek'4. the Council >e ify from the vr : 4
r| '
r and the ihis. : 5 : [
true. .As preuvt s niL PubHo generally that he U now ready to.receiveinygo'ods".ott -
couDlry ; .Lane, ; 23 '
ance of expenses incurred in soppoftinj ... voucbersl the items for which -\M money'was I IS
toocommonly conducted,it is aionciii the instrU : ,consignment,- either,for ppblic or For each bid from Can pvas Lane,running -' .'. deslitale-seamen "' .... .' 1000 '
i .croIiiL'pariianaana' the means prjiinin sal ., .He"will also attend Publjc SalesInA'nypartOI I | /, ;- p. 5 /-. /; : :
private fonlh along! .the east side Sanchez', '- Test, P, B. DcMis, .; ; 4'-f58 -.
|>elnih ends, at the sacrifice of.( honor, the His in -.
' pniiciple, Cityi long experience Creek, or any intermediate place, 12-J -I. !- 75 Clerk of the Council. t '
'1, and decency. No reader is. sare wla that Liuibf 1utn ai. lot upward oOthirtyJyears,
npou For each load from any point within the < Balance in favjor of,the'City .-;\ .31 ,*> .
: at&teni.nt bo rely'orwhatfcmiment bo hopes-vriireniblo him give satifa'cjfiohV ..'. ;t
may may to genera first named, limits to any point west of <
subject to'an appropriation'of
,, .7 be.truslod M nncere' nnder tyhftf ver secmfnglj V ? : 1 Sanchez Creek' as far as SolanaY Old tationenr' .- : 2Oforf -

fi proper influence it rosy be exjeOc Prcten.lion 1; HU regular Auction 8a1e
and charliUni'y science/lileratnf e and ar Frdij',1frair sfeatborjtnotthe next f sir day. lines running front the Fort Marion.to the t5,: :. : : ,
+ wtrpurchase praise, the (ftett of'which woulcUka Goods Vntehded'for Auction must bej sent.to S east side of St. Sebastian.Riyer. / .23 Cheap 'Goos for CaILiL1yS S PtlbllcXoUce.S: .

true merit blush lo'receive. BeforefherSale. ? "I L. LVqNv For each load from auy. point'north of finilE Subscriber1.is grateful to the citizens of O ALL whom it may concern, I gfte put i- I !

iitvoldLpgthese wrongs,though, -jther* nil 1 : :- -,: Auctioneer.f. .. Canovas Line within the first specified- limits to JLIhe'Territory pf Florid! particularly lie noticeand 'do caution all persons interested -' 5 ; J

I .believe them politic, we have the certain knowl f. 183933-f. any point of North.City, couth of.Joyner of the city'of St. Augustine, Jacksonvil Man ,< not lo pnrchawy from F. L. Dancy and 1 : I'

.age qiat our course apprcciaiea uy an intellilentpublic. .. : street, continued to the ?$t. Sebastian darin, and hack Creek For toe liberal patronage Mn.JaneLGraham-lioranypanorpeFEft.; -
'* ." ." i River, :f he has received of them, and solicit* attsntion to RY-TRACT, or Heights of St, Sebistian ; and I '- : -
cilizensof jSuAnjgustine"
I- Is LYON infornalhe For each load, from' south of Canovas this advertisement and a(hire of piiblijj. patronage aoranpartot: Six,Thbusand Acres, called 5 1 -, S

4'dCeU CQMrt.I cIt npbn you," saT an J thePubtic'gcnerally, that bebaiiimovedbi Lane to any point of North City south of for the present year. Finding the city over BOENA VISTA on tbiSt.J hn : 'tnd any&. -

t th tounscllor t'to staieditrncUy rpbn what retailing Dry Goods and Fancy Jt2jneritreet. 31;! run with transient traders, he is compelled tp'do allbilicr ldnd.in this Territory Vend any end alit '. '
-. suihorisy are 3on prepared to iwear to th mare' Sure1 .to the hpuse belonging to Mr.. Perpal I'oretich load from any point north S of a cash business only} to enable him to pipe with Lois in'ibe City of.Su Aujimtine ; which s.id [ .!

age JV" Upon what authority T" uJiI tbeitheialerrogniively. fronting Jhe Uayi He .also begs leave to inform tbo City Gates toonj other point south of others, and he'pledges himself4o keep on hand Lotsahd Lands.(except the Heights of St 8ebastlan -- 's. : ,

.. k" You are to reply, end not ttrtpeat them .thatlii.JJasJ.jiisi''received' an ..additionalanorltnent Joyner Street, continued to the St. Seb'a1tian a, superior/assortment of:all,kinds of joods ipis accidentally or designedly left ont of the 5 .
ti aider a'"man1* bound to.answer a quettioa Jifon in par*.nf Irish Linens. Linen Diaper,and TableCloth 5_.. 250 feet of Lumber shall constitute a load, :: not less than any others in this city,wholesale or on record given to me as Trustee of my. .... I4:-

: he's lime lp turn Urn his mind," "Aoihingcar *,,Mnsliu do Lame,osso ed. >aeriis, Bobinei 250TJrick.; a load. retail? Any goods iaken from his store to look children, for the purchase money by the'said '.. pSS

;: ; bzrnor.simplesir, than, the qki .ton' put/ Lace*. Plain and cross barred fancy Muslins, 400 Shingles1, load "V .f" at, and not reiurnedjin: tYCnIrOflrh&Uus, ,will Dancy an l Mrs.Graham, and which they refuse i' 5 5 -

Again repeat it. Upon what outhority doyo Csaibiic DimiltyV Black and Creen Lace Veils, One full Hogshead or Pipe, a double Load '- becotjdcred sold, and an advance charged on to pay. Bui if Mr. Dauc ;will pay meaahej is' '

I. swear to the'animals age 2" The best author Black*nd While Silk, ; and Cotton.Hoso, Linen One Tierce-of Rico or Sugar, load. them 25 per cent. Art/person ishibg> credit bound to, the principal and interest now due on'my -S --J- _

!. ity," responded the witneos griiffly.M Then wbtrch Cambrie; Madras and Pongee. Handkerchiefs, One Barrel,half a load. '" mud expect to pairibre for their goods and by mort(' ge, and Ml tell me as babe told 'me, 5 t S.

evasion f why not slate it at once !*' "%VeUi' do bt tuid fingle wnrked Collar?, Kid and SilkJlivesenibroiJered'l'ippei 4 Cord of W.ood, & load. calling at his stores they can getmanarutlea that he owes me nothing,when I baye.asked him 4 ,. S

; then; if you must and \\ill have }t? rejoined th< ( Merino and Uroche livery full cart or dray load pf goods, 'wares, for half 'price by paying ihe.'casb. VH is 'assortment for what U rightfully miner-then t cannot object -'. S ,;g-'

i nstler with imperturablo jni-ity,. why, tb n, Silk Shawls, black! silk Braids, Shootings and merchandise, and commodities, not heretofore consists in partof, 'Dry Good, F ncy'arti.clei.Ladies' to his .selling and making titles to the above r -' S -

w 'had it myself from the mire's own month. Asimnluneous J Shirtinsi Ladies and Messrs. Hoods, one trunk enumerated, and in bulk! and weight.not/equal Bonnets" Hats, Cap-8ho Boots, lands, S F. J.IAV1CE, Trustee. r5 r--I

: burst laughter fang ihrongh UK rrench'l'erfiunery, with a vaiiety of other articles to a full hogshead or pipe, .hal! constitute a lo3d.t Hardware. Callcry.jCarpentars.'Tool! *, &c.and St. Augnstiio.Jan.J2,1839.,. 33-tf 7 S
court The judge on the bnch ouU wiihdiffienlty all pf which no offers-* sale .cheaper than ;. That if driver article called for, numerous to _
1 ; any owner .or of any cait, nearly every top .JUarahaVs I1e. -
confine hi* risible- tnutcles. Vt judicial deco ever f# cab. 'J-- *.. \\t dray, or other'carnage for hire, 'shall! [demand or mention, having received from Now 1' rk.PhilCberlest4i..and. ( -
I urn.ti : All good* bought my Store, and not bingI'theysrareproented virtue tif two writ of fieri facia issued >
receive greater rates, price"Or,prices for the adelphla, several 'other places
: -_ ,to bo may be relumed carriage any pfany pf the articles mentioned in the extensive'assortment S and.wiUcontitine to :out pf the Superior Court for the District ., t-
A American UdV wfiila Rom I and an of East Florida, and to me directed and deliver p
distinguished within four
at twenty hours the njoiieyyeflind- 4th clase'of this ordinance,than are allowed, the receive by n.arly eijery nrrivaL'goods of various : S .
I was asked by a cardinal if he could.hae tb ed t,and I'doVt charge 5 per cent. "* offending, if white tree be told, if at dost. lie ed, I will expose at publicsale, in the city of St. L: J
a or a descriplionvwbichjBhall
of presenting her Jo'th< On Itng .' _33tf petsonso pprson. Augustine, (in front of tieCourt, touseondie 5 S -
pleasure JPopt. 58..183S.. : persoVof color, shall for. such qfiencp does not wl h .topuff-bnf hate the pnb2c.tocQme ; ,
interrogated, if.the ivanld.be : every pay 9th day of February next, belween the hours"of I -. .
permittedconverse ; -
lIl *nj iu fine of five dollars and if stave hi for thenV elvest before they S S
>JnhabitauU:ot/du- Augustine a ) a owner ftndjudo purchase .
with hhboinhli-iht 10 o'clock A. SI. and 2 o'clock of that all S
at :
:ardinal, replii day, ,
: respectfulU" invited to call and shall like and on.rcfnsnl liewbere as'lhey .save" ihcjr'morieyanJtrcdittao. .
*lcjniiyarp or.employer nay a sum > can S .
that she could not. that was an n inor confined the interest of Fernando Maz Ancdondo, Sen., S ;
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examine splendid variety of the the said shve shall bo dealt with'os : .5 JOHNJ,1IEDH1CK.J4n
a to same, .
of the blood pay dcc'd in certain house let mtiutf in scirf : '
the Princesses .
Ihe daughters a oijid
& apd : ;
WATCHED JEWELRY, AND FCY is provided in the third clause of this otdin'anci."S / (L 1639. _
Hut,sir. ( he city and St. George's street, bounded
r..POVST0Igfl1 replies : lady}-7'a : on jher' :
# GOODS 6. That if obtained licenso -
m ricen Qfth. Wax,tAe&f.E \ -"v- ; *. any person, having a G 0 OIlS, East by said 'reef, nn ihe.Sontb by.lot heloniingla -' S
Tie SnSsbribcr'fiasjust froniChalcsi aforesaid,shall within twelve months b/
America the ( rece'ived as Bits. 'North lot of Madame.Peraultiindontho t
$* peoplenr convicted of four otTonce ordinancebefore'auy S
T Us daughter of one oA ," / ', -ob, : 0 aiinstjhis Subscribers U'tho ciuzens wentby Bridge Ceck-Tc.
sun ewpla are grateful
*GoJJ PatentiLcVer; 'Gold. L'Epine, English, magistrate of thi* city;/eIther by'hini- THE i
U Hi bo.neI'was so much pleased with ilj. WATCHES. self the St. Augustine and 'its vicinity for theEsberat ken as the property of Feniaiido Mazn Anedon- S :- !: t:
.. Spartan bold eii of the,reply that an.intervie Fib- an&Swiai or any other person other or persons'driying which patrpnrge they have received, and as they do, Sen deed, to Mtinf"-two judgments and eo. the A Pn'ctjs.adndtt. SrrverTabIeandTeaSPOpNSLADLES ; cart, dray. waggon, or carriage -. sui in favor of Ashael Howe S S '
was granledr-and mtnen intend remaining here only days), respectfully : snivivinf'ptrtner&c.vs" .
V such license refers ho shall forfeit license
TONGS such
Cream and SngiirBOWLS any ;
to an honor Iff which nojady ojf private start; p ; ,solicit a.continuati6n. They are determined Charles Robioii, EieciiTor,Ate. -
S'dver UG3. and shall not bo entitled to-f eccivo in
bad ever before aspired.,,: .; *. "' Bice8POONSeand. less than twelve months thereafter. one to nell at the lowest New fork ityoleialetf S F. DANCY. Dep Marshal.St r* .S
Weed lhe adjrVar Crom" Florid .1 ; 'UWZLRY. Retail Prices. Their assortment consists in part Angn tine, lOthJan1Sl9 '. .- : -
y.f we say'lbat ; ,
FiniarRi, -,:-, Jne.Coral j; etPcir7, 7, bolt further ordained by the anihotityafotesaid.Tfiat colours. -
SL4.7se of different
-' ;i-4 $ and Diamond PINS and RINGS.r. | i { all ordinances or parts of.ordinance of Superfine Hroad xO lICE. ; ;r _
S.- antI '
Dry Goods articles1iewellrjCutlery
A Mars 3fisliscailis.-The J\cw Yorfcr Jonrt : Gold kftd cifc11Urilk! Guard\ Coral hcrctofoie-p.ure. gnUtiiig carts, dray.1wargonior rerfunieiy, 3t"cl, abd various other ar kestoo! EORGE L.. PHILLIPS and JAMESII ,. ;' ,
.H The wWcli bejaV 'Necklacest*Gold'KeyaGold Pencils Silver oilier cairiafe*, be and the same arc '
of Commerce.sayu :. tjeea: numeroal to mention.St. ? -. "'. t '- S GOULD, Esquires, arc appointed'my' S : L
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4 learned iitinutf to boreal favpritAt tIies;fot : hereby repealed."y 5 5 / '
this Mmeke 5 5 SOMMERS (CO.'iia S agents to transact all necessary business during -
an'iuction sale tonlay ;jhcy UrpwthlBTI c my S
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r . 'orTIL.4" ,:-. BY-TffE. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED ; '. L.e.44j

4 : oI'SO? '- .a ; x j STA1E L S. ;

c : :: ,f St. Johns Is situate,0ft the IX V4N1ltRLN| 'Pntidexttfb UnileiStaUsofamoriea : -. -1AU peraoa wlabffi* frf-books oat.rIIgLQiflbaT.

1 of the nobUrKiver SurjobiafXjast 'dt hereby declare! and make>kno.wn S. v'ILLAK.OF ; Sj

,- fit toiT.esijabove'its jaicUoirwitu that 'pbhc sale will be held al St Augustine .( 1'
% luiles'below the town ofjack in the..Territohr of Florida, ton, Hdndajsahe 5th 1TTPON. a tiactof OpeThottiand Acies- wes, :: *., Strangers sawiI tfirfSf* Tera.V-

: thirty fire miles north,of b't. Au- day of November next, for the duposaffjbf U, ofT and bounded by the sL SebasUan's, the due of tfie set of book*borrowed r

1' -- y; :.; .jie4drestrx>int where it.could "be public lands within the liicits of tt e und rmentin- Proprietors hate laid pat a inn bet bfLots,extending '. '1 turned. ,4, r rSV '
: 1i a vra'terirtg ed townships tad fractiontl the East 3. ,Noatec berliiilbfttou '
: p.-' ? 1 placefof auy Iiii- townlbipsin from the Iligb. Lands 01 Hills',-down* : *$
i' its being: perfectly open to. the Florida Land DislricVIo:. *.f > :' -: : the:R5ver. The sitoajtlon w. 'I'OII I ore'than,oaa set of" book*atUia!i ii *

it receive* all tha/advantages of .XortkcftU rjlast Lin andEast.ef Ae Meridian. Town orzllaand'pOe.strmaa1'ar1 ,, o i tsmpay. \C "IV*
,. I : wbiob blowaciosstheGuIpbo \ Fictiotitocnahipi1,2, 34&nd 5;East of SU".Mary's a advantage 'IhSt.Seba.stirtike. most of th* 4. (All person*keepief bgek* a>ereteek '
: : : '
: saoue time divettcdof River of range twenty three, '' I will be charged eadra. :>s
I. the ,keen- Rivers in the vicinity,is but an ita of the Se* W ,v'
: : | to a residence Siu1 the'fsea.coast:.. < Townships fc 2, 3.and 4,and fractional township and affords the:trips*excellent-fish; 'oyster* and 5.' Any books uken fima the LiottrT.rn .

I I .. -. the towifls f excepting in the S 5tbf ran ja twenty four.- 5 S.. clams. The proapectto the No th East and East :t or damaged any w*y taoi.thin dm i

; u thoroughly sahlu at Uje liar*; Townshjpi,end 3, of range twenty five.ownship ""., 'and South is extensive and and from, 'i ion Wear'thedamage mnstbe.pajd fi>r.
I;, Leceficul in iu; effects fJrsea' |], of range twenty sixy" n point doe*the Cfty/of Sc Augtistiae appear 'r 6. .It will be exMcled that as sooa' u the[

1.., tit. During the"time tho Uritisl} Fractional jTownshipsji2,3; "l/fifncge to such advantage'aV! from this ssawlj selected; ara read,they.wiH. be:returned, *, '
; of Fjoiido, was'n vrentysevenL- ,.* S J n>frT>t c -i *
SuJoJic* site ;,from th&rileights/thef.Ci Harbor and ; v 'L
; y. -
e tiote; it then bore the name, Fractional jTownshipn2' ; and 3,.9zange [.Ocean ma/jjl be had in view. ?' '** For each Tolum.p! r week,' :l24eea

and ,many vessels were built twentyeihtt, The Health of St. Augustine1 baa beeitfJoDg-S 8ubaC pdOUtOtlfltOnb,: 'V.5O.

r-ti : tnis.cuuenjpitaituazi n.- Fractional townships 1, 2, 4nd 3, of range' known and appreciated r St., t ebastiaircannot ', ; ,' flo4* "S do.. '
twenty nineji. r: "
,. I all other'csscLi that ctn 'cross S '. be less salubrious,since it U"removed from tbe -Do4 6'di.. : ge.-1
I. Southof the Pose line and East the Meridian.Township'5 .
J approach within 38 fierof tLe town, cf City not more than haifa mie\ {The Sea breezes Doi 'S 12 :"12,00..
gently imping to the channel. / ,of range ti&hteen.'S and the'absence;of pernicious *ir/make'tbis the :- CATAOaUO1OOKX.54AFatbtr'sLegaq .'
for .Townships 5;and 6, of range n inete en.j : ff.
repairing tpe King's Road finest climate in the United:Sta es., There rcay 5
: :
to Su Angustiney is already filled Townships'!,2,3, 5, and G, range twenty. '- be rapid Changes of weather, and sometimes -

.. : sunicieut for that'purpose r and; Fractional Town.shpsI,2.3and,6.ofr ge Swan yore. rude- winds, but generally air is bland! and ', .ji. ,
: ription is afloat in the tuwu5ofSL. townshipJ, townsh ps2.3,4,5, aud wholesome and seldonrdo the I iLabitaaU pass a b. Uolyday Present ,7 S S
ts .vicinity for extending the'saiue ,of range twenty two day without seeing the Sun.Tbe f 6. Southern and Westers7v : Soar '
that thu S Towni hips ,3, 4, 5and G of range twenty Souvenir Minstrel, v- .
place- saying m the dis Orange Groves.whichj Used .to be tbe ,_ -
-I |
Augustine to St. and charm"of 5 : 9, Mswr J kDowniafi, S
Marys, at least pride Str 4ngustne'ar&recove1ln t '
| I ; and Ferry Boats will be in im- -Townships i 1,2,3,4,5;; ", and 6, of range twenty': (rem the severe blight on933.-J.We shall*, 10. Tafes of Romance -" .,

for the accoiuniodation of pas* four. ? iir; *,.- gain; and soon have oraagea; aid the beauty ofthe j; 12/Tke Listener,9 yofe, "-

; i 2 .- ,\- Cvel Townships.1,2,3,4,5' ", and p of range twenty landscape cannot faiTto be improved, when. 13L NibcIItmuuieen r; .
: ; be for thoie \ < the Groves 14. Tales of the Draft*./- ,
I necessary persons are spread,as1 they v riU be, from the' z + &
: '::1 I ; an interest, to observe the names Fractional thesan township in )lf of twenty nineJt ancient city,along both tides of he StTSebastian 15.16. The Wept of Wiah-TonrWiik,X*&
"' have already: engaged lots in the place continuationcommencing to the Heights St.Augnstioi. The situation '17,18.. Stanley I3uxto2 you.-' *. *.

l.. Johns, to be assured of the firmness on Monday tl e nineteenth'day oft' 'otanber next,for of the new town, affords, great encouragementto 9,2o* Discipline.3 voLt; -. '
nd the the di posjl | certainty of its rapid Inc who shall become proprietors, for the .
undermentioned towneLi
: hotel will be fractjonal cultivation of 23. Scenes in our Parish.
the '
; Chinese Mulberry
; speedily com L Orange S S
'p ; L wharf and a school! boose and township 5btfrA to wit : J I and tropical and nther fruitj '' 24. 'Falioncr, I ,- "..* '
: St. Johns'offers oftlie se1atftheencvIian. Toaod the 25.Trials and Triumphs, '
: : 'every advan to value .of thiC property there '
... ; as also to'visitors. The M ril&er- river'That of part Township fourteen. | 11, jjast.of,Snwanne are' nev failing Springs 'bffrefh ir toyof..so-: ? 26, n'; Kings' Own,2 vols .

; culture of Silk-Orange trees- range ; j I perior quality and free entirely'J'rom the taste of 2ZL.DOwinie'i' Legac/r21 ,
Olives, and the ojier useful l Townsnips 10, 11.and 12ot: range fifwc .. Lime ? .: S 20. 'Belinda, Vvf '
I 'jS
.. ; Township$: 10, II,and 12, sixteen' : ,> '
r; the caith, can oecnltrvated here ofj range With "a fcigh'and dry, andcommandios"location Scottish Chiefs, 2,vols.rajbk :
; 110 aud 13 of .
Township! ; 11,121 .
r : ) lax .similar latitude throughout the -'-'] range' seven wiJia.loveJy pfo pec with as much ;saSfl- 3.'Inraitfr. r ,. .
teen. .
f .j i FriatLil2vol.- r -
: near the:entrance of.one of the brity as.a mqunajnr.'region co ld
C in Township, and fnctiona1t4siaLip li. nd; affordtheie ::86. by Maria EdewortK371
streams the
universe, the ad being no reason to'jear agnes n d -
town ncculiarlv minnt- 12, [west of Arredonllq's! claim J and township fever which less btVeT.Btefc.Hawk.. .*> '-. -
are ,
country maybe foundin, favored v
r- 13, of eighteen.Townsbipi .- [ ; '
c for.'steamboats upward of range positions. Vitharaple'spaco and capacity Torthe -Leetanun Prossu : ,
mile*,into the heart of. 7,and8:, and fracti9nal ,township production.of Ific 40 J American Songster; '' .
very a fer orange, mulberry drY e
: 9, north claim! I *
; .. a : : ieoantry,;which doubtless will f 12 Arrcdondo's ] fractional tows and almostjal kinds of fruits :: and flowers! 41<'iBnn:4y Poems ,*fr S '
thip Lsout1Ufirrcdond0'1 iclaim] and town*
with Di' 42. BarorrMnnchanierf
reiuoved en ;
aro ) be'tliickly itnniediate'proximityit'' tbe.flatboti
:: nnmerou towns will be ship 13.ofrange twenty jr St.T'Augustine the furthest of the I 43. Law of-Etiqoett; SI
formed, ; :point
I TOW ships-7, and 9,, fractional :towruhip; I 9 jro"
44. .
Naval and
must be convejred to. this natural jected Tillage being not more tlmnk aiileremor; PatriOtk-ougs4r,.
north Arredondo's claim
,. markets. [ ,]|fractional tows, ed from the 45.1 Ambrose and Eleanor. '-- ,.
way to This favored spot Sea Wall; .with a Btream ia' front,
:;, i of fashionable! .and.invalids shfp 9, [nbrth of Arredondo's claim;] fractionaltownship abounding u-th&finest abel\)and othe fish,pavU 4O-Sinbad the SaiSoif/ -- 5
I ) 12, [fouth of Arrcdoudo's claim,3 aa'd .47 Scenes cf A
I '. Union. It may be'worthj of re gable for steamboats and ;oflenn 'facilitiesfor rce'ricah.Wealth, -
,. .: : John i* far remote from Indian township 13,or range-twenty tne. S bathing ui 'i Vater---the proprteton perdeserves- 48. Burton's Comic Soogster '-
., Townships, arid 8, i and that o':
4 part' town* 4,50:Tbe OfT
that the moccasin'ha. tuade aQd NwVoriJ 2
notleft its ttheirentrpnie v
cf ships, 10. J JTJ and 13. lying east of Arre"dondo'sclaim tneipsci.J" *< ,
1,52 Tto Por
4. many miles of.this place for yean jo/tiecced 'fnd'trustSlion vi1l mee t with the atten '
; and township 12, of.range twenty two;, !
for domestic."uso in St. Johns it merits; 0jai
: Townships, 8, 910! 11,12. and 13. of '
range; ,
and other Doruuons Will l1toTered iRnraity,
nnnaeronssulphuroas be
;. i. ehcsrous ,,
twenty threes 5
,' .. Ir ; : : are found, in the neighborhood.! I. Societies and Cl3utc ,, __ nna 55-; Tbe-Cabinet f-Hssfory '
I1IS'twenty Y
4 Townships7,8,10; and 13 of '
,, ;
range '
; abound in'fish the choi of S 6Sketthesof-TtsrLe '
I : foun .5 S : .Learning T%:' i '.
:: and oysters of a,superior kind can Towwb7,8JlO111 and13ofraii S ; pplicauon for the pprcbas r LbU/j may)beade '

; frocu their oitive .bedi withtn the :twenty five i\ -r 10' to y. L. DASCT, or at the Store ofPJ, B. i 9, CO. Tbe.M odern, j msa;2 v6T .

tours-tLe woods in the rear are' 1 The sales will oacb Be j for DCMIS,intbc, CitysbfxSt Aofostip?',-where a ( le2.-SelAControl,2v6r*. %*
kept ;n two
: with deer, wild turkiea and .other (unless the binds are dia op iosed ahdcv plan'pf the vilbgffji left far inspection .,.* 7 .63. 'ThOTbree'IIktoriOo, '
sooner of)
: V ) a few'miles are the Diego .Plain*, longer; and, no 'private entries of land in th N. U.AnstbfrttheseLots; will toon' I be ( 1. C5, Discipline,S Tol*; '

j S savannahs, afiord range for many t offero for sale1", auction I( 667r S cse Sensibility,2 Yolfc, .- -
townsbipa soj(offered, will be ndtnitttd until atler
cattle $ : I f a CO. Travels 5
i and some of the richest lands the of S ia Bokhara,2 voU. 4
., :. ; are"in close vlcin ity. The;front excluded expiratio week*. There will bo 0;71. Refugee i&Ameriea.'S vols.! .
from the sales herein proclaimed JAii1
l are 100 feet from the River'at ,land, rflQrm1 ; .5, 72. Coif Crockett's Tomy '

.,, : they contain 66-feet,front, by 105, appropriated for the Vise of school, military orotherpGrpoes.'aso rI1 11 E Proprietor'liavinjr business ofjmportance. 3,'74, Owen's Voyage*, 2.vols. 'T
; lands ;
covered by privateiins _I_ vvhidi rcqnirea his penioaaf 1
lots are lOOted front J>yi 103 in superiotcnder.cern 3 76. Valerins.2vols.- S '
I : principal.street, called the Avenue, confirmed l lands cli surveyed or { jnnurveyed,and another part of the conhtry, piTh r '77. Gentleman in Black, :
: the to which piivata claims at4iIiedgcd, which .fur saLe,on liberal terms;' thd following desirable 73. v
;. : ; through centre of wliich Indjin! Wars73. / .
_, not yelj becnconfirmca: I yjwtogetrhe aud valuablep jjeityj on.St.JoJins'JUvcr :
j- : feev\fide, to-be Jigded by The Nun. t '
witk'l! quarter sections; and fractionnl sections. aud it
-v-- Wild > the. Ciry vfJkonjJ.! -1 cO. Travel
Orange,C.edarJJay in
;jjee'niid South America
which tnay be cut thereby,and i >ef efuria made to '
of this 57CRf3 Of; LD J lE2. Alien ',
S country. Park Prwcolt;2 vot*. .. '. .
.require new subdivisionvhen such
: . a sTunlar pJSn TIie maH iri Jrirrit ) tEaiiisphaJ1 on Dun'aLko.Cre'eltlvr' St Johns. E. F. 1 3,:4, 5i DeJprwnc,3 nlt. '
S bya double row b Palm &vbeeszenrmycJ. This tract of land contains from. 23 3 tcresof.flrst fc 3 I
( to 67 SI.
; Gil Bla 4 vKsT-
; Given under niy hind at the (ity of Washington T, ,
I .r4's 1 excepting wharves, will be rate Lire Oak Jlnthrnck"aout 40 9.91, .Jl of '
this oil Jul'Cotmalssicner sstory England,!!tol92 / '
: a ,A n no;th- Cedar
S acres
: .. ( ; ) than one hundred ftclfroni the Jlainmoek'/an)] th :idneiirP1ne ne The Criminal
,. inini, 13.3. M. C1ezar -'
S; ; town is laid ont on'an'incliu-' flTho'I'eai4eut! v1N[' .;5 S a- La'nd*of excellent qriaTify,Very hoaytfy limbered '.D3. Arabian riL1I,' 4 '
; .
c : an altitude of about'sixfy feet,' S r The, w water of nufiicient depth up to ihe an d' .
f__ a good view of the riyer,'and" the -, rrcoa, 'N' i'n* for nvvauettbat'ca1/cross the par cf Ibe.St, t ii 97 Pe$ Sini1 2 jots.. .

S : .- : the sea;' No.expen>.e Will flhe Genial LaM 05cc. Johns RiveV: ''For"peTsons of capital deslroira'bfpurchosmg 'I*t 90. 3IidA.,._ '

V l'S' Proprietor of the pn4erty.to. : v'OTE BY THE'cbilMlssihxF.ttIt .-. landi on tWS t Johiii,,tbii* presenU lOt). The Pirate &T1reutie'ri

-. :- -. ? both picturesque'and healthy. is nod erst pcd Jo Lc i n.,rptabliiu p. tcnjpJalion es eligible' opening in every"respectTbei lands I I.102. Pacha'Afjtfany:TaJe2.roJJacob '

S ,.; ; .: allowed for> Church and"School, cordon military pos :' across the"Pe oKour f IlgivctuzeDJ who ate"settled..fi jpnrthe ) ..- 'FaitbTuL 2 VoJa ". *
.) acres for> public. Park of Florida atons'u! border.country, as.well w theeii S&3
\ ; ; which 1s at njnsob alle'distance to ; ; ) :4 ( I \ oded with L-ive-Oak, MsgnoK the south cf the I lauds. above p clainied fortfievill Indian populniiotvwUicb.may! be tempted by'oojf -l03rlOa. Ratlin"the tho'Abb.y', 3 v.U.
..: i :, : ojher ornamental trees; and oh protection of thoj;frontier y,' vhit \ aflbrdan ":want of reparation.to'rush{on'to tlieir own de'* -1,10,111, Cousin Nicbobs! 2 2 voli yot'.

:.. c : : of the .estate; TLe Area of ample opportunity purcha ri,-., prior lathe struction, and-Jttack.Uifif.wbite EEiifemtfnts;'allseem" 1I Iinlu byW.'Scot _

I property covers about 000 acresi- .sal.es. tp examine the -lands; a| large ,portion'OS. : to ye'q'uirftihat.tliu subject shodld' be acted 113, ]l'1, Memoir*of a Peeret,2vol
r might be built upon if requi which is repreeeuted as.being vcjrv valuable.. upon withomt,,'delay, and the.Warpep'srtnVcnt' "f.lI5.TheYuung-Wi1'g'Book. .

f -- .. ; : wishing to make extensive Orange NOTICE TO P1tEMiTIO CLAIllATSNLt authorized to.place-that coant'y iu state crcomrplete' 1116,117. The Watef\Viteh
r : ) ., can be provided.with por Every' person claiming the "ii ; "of pre empr defence' agtinst'any'assaolt frcnmhe a In.merous I 118. Arabian voli..
: from 10 to 200.acref. Warran lion to any of the 'lands;derigniproclamatiorvi g In! the above' anti warlike tribes which arc coogiregatedj 119. Sketch of Entertainnientsif UirnoU :

I : given to purchasers. ? 'requested to p.r >ve the'ramo to on the boidier, ; ,; './ +, : -/ 120' Female Biography, '-. t

accommodating-. the satisfaction;of the Register[ rid Receiver of affords me sincere be 151.TIie j
; 'S pleasure to able! to opprise -, Book oj Heart*. I
; .. apply to the Proprietor the, propper land' office, and mal 3 payment there ... you of.the. *entire.moral. of the Cherokee 122. FVmifir Ph-: te*' '
Wri.cn at St.' for v *
f H Johns, or to,Gen" as toon practical/let after raing (Mi not icc, nauon 01 inutans lo wezr.Rewiiowei west of the 123.,RObbi'iJourva

Th : I ii S C'Augustine.. .-, in order that,the claim may b< adjudicated by M tssippi. 'fbdrnei.sures'authoried by Con 121. ieatladon'Aatronowy,, "

,. ; LO2'ENG4GED. those officers agreeably law, I ii i due time'prior gress at its last seiioa .vnitU'-view to the'tong -125.Tlie'TdrUiU '" :
: -, to the day'appointed bribe ci nmencement of land ing,controversy' wiihtliem''havehiidUia 'fort. rleMrsteriaa'* M6nk' '; .

1 : \- 1' GeneralSmStb. /, ; the public sale and all claim not duly" made appiett eflects. 1sy'an .agreement concluded i 'L12& EogeneArasibyDu1w2; :
$_ S, 2 Messrs,.Clelandi Simmons.; known prior to the date iafurcsai d, are, declared 'with them by the.commending generalist that I 13tJ. ast &:Wet, 2 oIi;:' ': '
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.1 T ) Cleland &.Simmons.: '' >'- byl.awtobeforfeited. ; .' -' eouiitry.Jjwhp has performedthe duties assigtted : I31aj' Qwen -.
: Mrs Nicoll. .' ". S JAMES iWIlfrcOMB. to him on occaaion.witli. commendable energy ,1l2,133it.. Rdflina1dini,3yoIj.
., .- -. ,sa4S.:, : 9 Mrs. .NicoIl. :; Commissioner oft/ft Gener it Land tiffitc.OF and hnmanity,their removal hasbegn principal '.fI35. Medoirs orGrimawi. -'

t .5 .,-.. Col. Hallows.. f e :- S :. .. y under the condnct of.tkeir; pwa"cEief and, 11Gi37. laroby CoopO2vols
.;: .. v4 1 i 3 .Col. Hallows;. t 'vBL1c'k. $ they uave'emigrated witlioat any apparent refuc: S I38 Mackenzie'S QQ Receipts

-. .. : J S : CoI.'Wanen. ;:V- ,:. UNITED. LADS'IN EAST are4'fO.of beinc.cultivated in Sugar Cane 139.Nival3f'onum n "
: '
I ,- .y ; Cot Warren 'FLORIDA, DEFERRED FOR Cctoa"ox''Caritii. TLero beingtbousanJrofsoq 140.' amb ycoatitntlon of Man,' '

.. . Capt Eddy..,; "-< 5- FOUR HEEKSmroTicE \ and Iihter-sweet Orange trees on:the place;they ; 141.'Domestic Cookery*. .
q Miss and Master'Campbell. : Ys HEREBY"GH may be budded or engrafted"j he .sweet. 143. Prplu 'Lettors1.144.StpbcnBsrruujbi.'.," -
: ; .That the
j; : j C.MnTravers..,, JV J. 9, public! sale'of lands ordereimalion by the Procla, ,Lire Oak and .Cidar'canThoprozrcd1n largo .
Mr. FilznnlrJrlr -' T of tbe PresIJcntof ih. 1? ;, ,T '.1.., quantities, and shipped Witb. great'ease 'The 145."Jack Lawrence': 'N, -'- '

., z j : ': i ( Mr. Bigeov.! ted 14th July*; 1633to be hefdft ho Ljod Office and cattle the range titles js fane the of the best the country aflbrda,, { 145: The Blind Farina:.
to '
,' : 'Itesared, at St. Angujtine. Florida on onday the fifth property are nnexceptionaLle. .147. Elizabeth, ;),'- .
S iteservek, S day of November next, is declan p d to be deferred 200 A ties of Laud. hi,Twelve Mile Swamp. ., 5 143. Visions of Quivctlo. '
p. Jeieryed. 1000 Acres of Land on Su Mile Creek 149.
un.u'1 and will about Alphabet Bodn
:' coniincnce on M< ndsy, the third three
:, fe Resced. : day of December, next f also th; t the public'sale] of and this a:half miles JTrom JjicksonvHIe., The : iso. LadySoftbe Lake1 ,
l. : most "tract is
4 .. *-. .. ReerveJ ,, ; ordered bythe same Prbclam'al'u n.- tote held at'tfi6 eellcnt very'nearly covered witb.ei' 151.. Abeltzs cfVenicn, ,
'. ". _!t; sy; 'Rei-D. *aiaB oflice ou, Jlonday* th i lineteentli day :[ M ill Seat ranging timber;and as there is a first rale 152.PctesViikin. ,,,' ''' -
ltev. the
l DlJrown' upon lafldpresenu'a I 153. '
,, 1 of November next, is deferred until, and will ble desira IVilliam Wallah, '"
t .. : j ; opening to any person wishing to 54i155. S
; -. commence/on Monday, .the set.atetnth' day of sively in go.eaten riclwickCtu1,2vorg. ,
COURT-SU M County. Deecmltr.nexl., ', Lamber.trade., There are about 15 4'l57. Legendaof the 5
j Library 2 volt.
tlie Estate or iJUgood ;
I of )' Nqticeof Given' country houses on the place aboutOO 38, 159 Y '
., under in
( my hang at the City of Wcshbffton terday Ireland.2 ,ola.
; S dtc. C ''discharge. to 0,acres of ham mock land cleared 00.1GI.
this under
1 r
lib day of O $ ... -, : j 'ANDREW, one jcf the Testa- 5.- 1 i M, VAN"Cythe IILEN. and fence. Also; fronYSOQ to 350 curds of light wood S ]62. Llve.$ of Odd tbaracters., ,
: '.. Executors of the Ei tale of{Rafael PreriJent: hard wood alrcadycut-baulej lathe landing, 163. Vilklns' Cpnthtet ,
'; having adjusted tb< and ready for shipment .c; Coaipk
p .5 accounts with JKO.M., MOORE,. v ,'; 64,1C. .fl4biuson Cruoe,2vo14
of said cstati ,liereby f ::- '" 66
'I aAertbr' gives -AO.A. .' -.- IC7 Lives of Celebrated Vomen,2 volt.
.: the date hereof, he expiration will apply S -'PVBLCSE'- ,. JacLsonril.W TwoJIOUSES' tQT k the.,city 'of GlCO.aat.erWitab,2os.! S '
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S: S. Judge of.de Con rt of St'Johns Of. UJLIIC4 States, lands in\East\ Florida, \In addition ta tli f above S. \ \ :%' '" lXwelaro s ibLidat.Iilltuake

: fulland final eel le men t, of his deferred for'afurther nOd of valuable proprtyt1joS catlon 1'tha'IIon.tfJudgeorth.Co
subscriber wishesto_ .
.. ifLiriiw1.__ in"f\ ;
nH._ r taf. .3 , U1.UJVCC- curt o Johns
: county for Lcuers'of
M. .V uuv. wi u : Xintty Jayi. Oxe ,
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,,, ?, Flats Canoa % imS1Yionun
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giVenj/ljiaVlh'e \ "
; ; hereby -> -- 1 IUER1'ABd '
Jan2 '
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; S \ ., "I; X\l eale'of such- portionof the lands ordered For fuhhcr:1)artseqLuaply fa&Ed&f i '
Or R. .
S ., I Police. on the 1 llli day.of October last t> beheld at the Br Gregbryxor J. >VJ IleVberf --. \, -r O.-MjvONTM

; : : r\v Laud Office at St. AngustitieJiu i East 'Florida, JacksonviwAogast 20,, 14.aw; .- 5 : : .
: | after date, I will apply !to the on'Monday.the 3 i instant, as
Judge of the County Court of St. been 'offered, at the date of the of this i 5, ? flh1)i UERALP
receipt Regular ;
for Letters of Administration ou notice so; ii nistiiic -
] at said office, is deferred lout,. Ond will : rml S AND SOVTIIERN
.: i k ARREDqNDO, commence on Moliday, the/ourtJ day of March ;PACKET S'. 5 "
I ? .- i \ Florida, deceased under a next. : : S N- IIAVLGfetnrnedfrod'eNoh '% I5 PnnLISflZD ,
; ri .
: L frotnthewidow and heirs of Afro,'that tbe publicSale.ofilahds .ordered to PIRIIfak tlsls -: -, ,.: TKIURSDAY.L J3Z35

: ,' .5" .- S CIIAS.' ROBIOU. bo held at the sanro place on 5op| day, the 17b.commence rtc oppOrtunhtyto'inforui.mr friends

,; S I 2:1-6w: inst., .js.defered until, and will! en heretofore.and tbe public,, th t. I saalr\run-es: 1. GOTXDCDO1LAftS

t : .. Shoemakers.' Monday, the ig1dcen4 dayof March next. out betweeri tbi'sjp-ptt anil Cbarlcitod with;
1 A particular description wil.'hereafter be interni5'8ionnnavoidablo( "Occidents :
giv- ed) for the 1'ERANNUPATA.nLE.
Shoemakers are wanted en of the tracts Wrrn ol thiVe'yeajs
3 Summer
andtownihipslth and
I sale of which I : .
I : ; to Whom constant employ will be deferred until the fourth Winter constantly-.and a]ways.wijr be nAVY 'XZ4LY 't i'm
: ;S will be < March next, accommodate and happy..to 1 :: f-5" -
wages given
-Charleston puisuanttotltis notice.' .1 "*, ;- < Irj'tcTptea'se'al! ,and will take

-: ;, .- i .' Given under my hand at tlie $bi jyofWoshingri838. passage and, freight as loar.as'any other vessel, .' 4tJtSzsEvTiis3serted! at '

;. .' t MICHAEL USINA. ton, Uiu ifth day of..Dece'mbByUie etift'ewhatilm The .". -;. ", Jaierniqma'te, fOr.tle1rst. ssefti.fl ,

., 'Mercury.will give the a- '' M. '4A BURCN. Empire baa new sails- and U newly cop' 5 FIftyjCenis (or' eebsubsequet
and Presjlent pered. .
forward the account : V"i: .- J' : '
:' I Jt : LDge'adv rhemcn, 10 propOrtIII.,
JiMES trust for friciids for
: \ my Jibe
WniTCOMB. f main
i : II S. solicit > support fend I UL559 wilt be.c atsidercd Ici $
; 1 ,. 1638 ,: 5 Commtisiaxeroftfie a ca onabla share of- '
'S S ; Gatti al Land C5ce; ublicVenr' frbmCtha p : iquaror. A 'diieount. rnado't thLTnr.

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