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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: February 14, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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: FLOKiu.invii.iJLi PROSPECTUS THE foi pijicured the operation airs, frequently* of.'stock-jobber the eai'abais,and: specula-1 only- I .II.' ,IVTlOI TFr4r Sec; 3. And:be further] tnacted,. That bill. or other paper. medium, of the deiiomi" :' 4 T >

lahra.; the Secretary of war shall adopt such regulation nation aforesaid, evideutlyi.1 dedfor coa." ""'"' "'- -J "- vjitnon

BOUTHERM DEMOCRAT. J >Ve have adopted the motto Principles aid the latiotts and forms uf evidence, in r to circulation, as for and iu lieu of small S :

i** At our Title Page indicate, wf eater upon a ,fbewclage >ple. lo our endeavor to conform to it-in the applications payment* under Ibis act as change in gold or silver, or fot any other ki ; 1"

rT & iu oar editorial career. Hitherto we adherence we have Bought to. Principle,'and the tbo President" of .the "JnitedStat suaypro.{ pretence whatever, and which shall b* issu"V |j.ed j.
have sought to contribute our mite in the promo au port we have given 10 the cause of the Peo- scribe. -v? f '; 1!' and'circulated for the first timo after the .-/ '

4 : tion of such object/*were calculated to advance DtirTenitory we have encountered threatening difficulties Approved.July! 7th, 1833.-, : period above limited in this section, uuder -x .. /y.
r* in population and prosperity, and Aif ny wrong have we suffered in the encounter; the penalties provided in the foregoing r ? -

4 : we have failed to accomplish all we could havp bu these sid wore we will pau'omly endure idcausa AN ACT'making >ppropriati kor4"fr. tion. \ f -- "_. sec. ,-a---* ?,. x_'x .-- *- .: S. '
desired for the piibhe food, it has not been for :; th4 .,of Trutli. An attempt however iimUst .8j ,
tam roads in the ijc&J. I
want of au hou *t: end niuiotu solicitude upn bevtateJ, i* still making tapmt utdowit- T.rritory o Approved,July 7iA isaa.
lie it z-ttJ lt1 cJ.ricuou
. .t1ULm4L.IuIUc& iui 'liiauoni, ajtt a W4 hiiedit wJejttJ en r S
IUI p.ed.lvd pet'---1 "< ru4>u>Htv UA t e* att i jlJi,TB Bofjubahdoued tue Pfopte; iitow'ibMn ; ,
itp *.low levelled rica, us assembled Thniue CONSTITUTION :. ... fl
; ( at us ; bat thus" |Ar 'LAvS or TUK rniTEp TiTMAT ,Congress lfal- S '
rta *tiourceaua pup&idon; a4L.Ouw TIdeoily ,["wifytoui av&t; Whether we mestill lu fall before TDK 8ECO>! D CESSION OF'TUluCONGRESS. ,- And th samz'e is OK FO uk.RVE1N31! NT,

. approacbe" I maturity that will oblige* it be itnving of pur enemies will de pend upon'Jibes TWEZETY.EIFTU hereby appropriated for thntr ; df loft TUK PKOFLE or fLuiDA.

erelong to assume tht responsibilities an, in *Pei iple the people ia whose cause we have e iis. roads in the Territory of %Wiscon tj Wit ; S (.Concluded. .
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dependent government Already the pre par. rked-the people who will protect us because .5
For the construction a.road I, Fort .
tbry steps are in progress for oar admission into >u<;y knowwe.are devoted to their true intercUt AN ACT to encourage the introduction Jin S ARTICLE IK. .

the Union of the' Slates, and it is i manifest from Fn+tha."niin'ious. .wealth and power we expec -. and promote the cultivation tropical Howard at Green, May,:!hy.Miln aujkee. nod Census and Apportionment cf Rf'reset tkl'wn$ .
: preentindications, that at no distant day Flori* t no aids jhtir contribution like theirj pi ins ia the United States. liacLe, to tt.e northern boundary line Ti. ; S E
urpo- TIme Assembly
jtonerar hall
-, : dd must take her pi ice a* a sovereigti party tu. set, hac in them too much of pelfishness j uu.l Whrrea in obediewce'to theTreaiurv of the State of Illinois- in the direction of tlibnaaiiii.. in thtf'yearone S
hundred and .
citcular five
:* ..'. the Federal compact With.thi*approximation cal$:nlation to be attracted to t.be support o![ a of the'sixth of { Chicago ia thai Slate, to bo eiim4ed ia thethousand lentb yeair eighl thereafter forty and '-- '- '* : <
every ,ciiusa enumeration '
jJepJembrr .
eigbteea '
in relation ari.eatew j Pe+Ms Press.We i.f Wi on-io : t
1 -- tot change our political Territory fifteen
; buuilred lobe inade )f all the iuhabhqnU of ihe' "f '
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. ,'i.". duties and responsibilities t6 the People and to will npport MARTIN VAN floRK He a' nml ttveniy 8 Feu, Dr. Henry i er. dollars. For the coustructiou of4tr.ad(> from and.to. ,the whole: number free white inhabu-, JI j j

: .,"v- the Pres ; and we hasten to place ourselves inV iV them njin-but !hi* liighent pitii-e i is-IhaIie riuc.lato.ti1iericauCoiiaul at Cainpechv, the totvu of Milwaukee'on Lake Michigan,' ,"shall be added thrce'Ct'ib* of the n'auiber.of' '.f.anU f.-: -- '
discharge our har "of them with that u1 ihe PRk>iuKHT UWITED hs ilisliiigui hed lit j so f by hia --
q' positionto OtA PK'iriE. I14 |i by way of ?Madison the seaJof lavei,. andtthey shall then to
proceed I
permanent apportion
; -. earnestness which the exigency demand. While pri ici|>lc-s are such a*the imuili can and doc \lap.prc. verng x. rzious to iuiroduce Hojiicnl ibe "r iV- : ';
Government of said 'preeiitatiou-'equally! among the Uilltrent .' V .
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Territory a point < :
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"VtiSerefore hali not relax in our.effort*to Adk itetI
we I p14niititoTh&U St.ttci aid "
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tie) of .Mi according to ucU enUineratiou, giving j
town Dutuque on the si / S |
of sctiouof >
interest ibi* counVi& IJi generous 5-aii
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locl ? not confined honel '
; Tunce the j al lie i.as dcnioitraied the wx'Ureiice of l how.. '
of of o'ur abode < But a trop- lippiriver; leu thousn'd dollar For- lie \er 'iie representative every countj. and : iinertasing i-, ; :
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and the prperiy the city jiread ugelf abroad o'er all the public > '" ;
icalit.nihte rj Florid "
; ? try iu uuth the uumbei of *'
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,,, : "*-?i k.we feel ourselves called Upon to take our humble Ah'd'jfetl*fur ecerjr memUr of the l id.Whatever ." construction, of. limo neiessary briges .'and nnifo'rui ;- \' jj
f boiI! the ratio population; uccordiug the .
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\ c m equenlcrlaiuty of the inter* : '. I
y pm in'the diteniina.lion jhose 'principle may betide-we lik hi*; principle* Removing obstrucUous'in the mail road (rom foregoiug' basin ana'which ratio shall S
lue.liato douteticatinu of not bo 4 ,
which will, a*w e think, u bur own circnrnstan' and are his"friend, and onr friendj-hip is n<>t on1) tropical plmt iir the'uortberu ofMi-| ouri. ihrou ;ii th* o- changed until new ub ll have bewu la- f
: ces, be best calculated to promote the common to I: withdrawn te/ien Au prospects are gloomy and tropical Florida', and the great probability! riiuallcouutits Vines Moiues' .ind Dubuque ken. .. census ; -,

: happinef of.our people, audio render cur annexalbu rep aced:uheit use chances art in Ida favor.. U'e of their Rrmlui! afcIimatiou'throJ sou to omejuitablo point tin ibQ Missisaippi 2. The General Assembly i shall ao! 'after ev. .5.- .
,. : to thp Union serviceable to the'cause of |lr eu to be disinterested about ittry thing but our them aud southwestern" States, especially of -. .
t ; River between Prairie ilu C Lbiu andDuhuque.teo er/inch > n-muieratiohproceed to fix by law the _
PopuUr Government. With thU viey we have j nkcipUs. ,, such plants as |rotagaie", themselves on the number 01! Senators which kilt cb'u.stilule the '. .
U to unfurl it once ihe.banner oft ,\Va invite all who feel interest iu thousaudJollars.' For the com : -
deemed proixur ihe'prosperi poorest Syifs ; 'aud's hereas if the enterprise SeuaUof St.tef'Flomid and which ,Lall. '
(Bith.uid to tnnonnce the principles | I Iandjubject ty : rid advancement our and iniIie pletiuu of tbo'military road from F political
our country, should he bele."s
:. successful it % .iVuJer valuabhour never than one fourth,nor more than one .
.. we ehall seek to attain. 1 I
,?\Ve,.*hiU advocate .he Rrpullica* Frirtiptei'M ,'the I. raiJ.. jf !. lUg tbem with a dense population! by of srcallcul'lvaiors'itd Grceu:Day, five tbousnou dollars.. The said ; and they shall lay otf Uie,rrlaie into ; .
:L Jlluitrated iu the s.dmini.tration THOMAS''| AVe| are making arrangements to enlarge, *> roads kliall be constructed tinder the, direction the same,'iiiiu'ber of denaiorial Districts, a* -
IxrrKRsoH ; and lu doing this we devote our. ;! Oil! rwi 4himproyeourcbeet. which we hope we family manufacturers anti of the Secretary of War, pursuant to nearly equal ;in the number of iuhab'tams a* may '. S |

'3' .elves.withali s al,to thesupport andrnainte j jnance shai I be able to do at an early day. .. will tbu promote the peace, prospetity .aud contracts to,be mado by him rProvFJeJ al- according to the ratio of renrenentaiion es- ", S |

.?r. of the Rican XIFTHI Vcoru. Belie v- { pennaaeuc. "of the Union': Therefore, '\vays, That nothing couuined in thi act labiished in the preceding ctrou,each cfwlnth ", .'" > |
: ing that the rights of tlie .State*, and, tha1 interest -,I j CHAMBERS... ISUfNov.. 1838. J DC it enacted by the Stnate and House of shall be s(" comtrued as lo imply that 'the Districts shall ba eutitlsd to one Senator. ... f S ., "-. *: ;
'- anu permau'ency of the Union, may be bed 1IOSC who may desire to obtain infortion -\ RcJMStntaities'oflhe United States oft, *' United 'in 3.Vlieu any'Seuat'jrial District shall be com- r i *' 5poiied
.. promoted by scrupulous% adherence to the )letter L, "Aiin respecting Claims for Losses In lI2 rica inCongrest assembled, That'a lownshirrj [ latesjre plvdged or auy manner of two or more counties the counties'of *.' '* "."- v '* j
of the Constitution shall ever jruiilapbn > i 1313,. now in the course of investigation ; 'iff j laud uh.rcby grunted to Doctor Henry1 buund to inakojeny appropriation iu future, wl.icb such District consists, shall not be en.urely :".] .
: strict Interpretation of thai instrument ; and Sn those who !ra.t'y: wish to obtain Qoiumi sij>:i in the exercise by.theFederal for the examiiution of ; in.ibe 'southern portion of them.1! Pot Di-trict *
while wt hall aid lesUting Witnesses are rep jcircqueoted pan or .thu survey and no county shall tediided m foim- ./ Sing
: Government of any poer.noC eiprew j full l>> npply between the hour of| I'JH jex[ rojnity'ol the jieuiumla of' East Florid, with the view to improvement rftbViiayig a .District, 5- :

.*1 W\-* ly delegitedi'dancOrOUI to the. right* ofthe j i iotat an in the day during the absence of the Jud le-! lu be footed in"one body of six miles square atioti of Rock river, from the Illinois line, 4. No new.connty shall be enti led to A-parato "

:-vr *-' end freedom of the Peoplw, we shall bei Of .Superior Couit, to the Clerk of Ihn C imion.atili uj.oii any portion the public laucU below as faceup the sauifrasthucuutemphtedpoiuteCiuiersectiou 'reprf ei.talloa, hunt its population equal mime ra- ,
>.fri.*c' equally prooiptUo discountenance infractions by 1 Inii rcbiJouce of the Judge in St. Am \\teuty fci* degrees,north latitude with the Mihvaukeo and Rock tio of representation then existing ; nor a'I.any. S :S ,
> v Slates ot the couatitulional authority of the i< gu !mo.'lie *r { Sec 2. And be it 'j county be division b
* the ; j further enactedThat river canal, aud the HiVeti of thesaid reduced m population by > S '
-"Jr-t. : United states as dangerous to the preservation j *ame facilities will be afforded for the 1 th it'iid Iran-t <>f i.i iid h-ili'be located'uilhiii alsojjof I I low the OT ltnn ratio.
3S.--. : Union. While the Federal and Stare Gov- j .1u nation of Witucsse*. and the rivfp. nntt below T.jVrn H4hLpiinh # ; of the same infortj iianclifi [ two year from this dale, hy'said Henry Per the apportionment of representation I
,. eminent* are,confined ,to their appropnate lio Vi given as if the Judge were personally prosPV- ritir, and shall he suiveyVd under his dJrc\-. Mndisoii, the seal: of Goverumeu. the byexceedj the General Assembly as directed m the foregoing ,. .
r. inhere*, vie have nothing to apprehend., Nei'ih ieit I ihe Territory of Wisconsin, .a um HUB section, the several Counties shall be eiftUlloJ .' S
4 rcan depart from the boundaries presrribed j'e j Ofl1Iijg4cner under tlieappomtrnRhtSte lion, by surveyor Of FLrida : Provided, iug one Ihottsnu'd tlo'Iars.' For survey i -tutln folio wing rej-reseiititivea. viz : LEa. .. ':.
,. tlteir) ictiort without jeopardy to the '! '8vfthe Judge will return the depo.sitini iakeaby- Thatjt shall not embrace any hud having 'of the Des MoiuesiHod Iowa rivers'lib tith aVjttV cambu three ; U'altoa o..e ; Washington one ;

and wifely ifthe l't 9le. I IIn u to tie Clerkflf thn Coian-isjiiou daring Inr kufiuieiit.quantises uf tm-al timber tu bo tO' 'cmtnt of their ultvimtiui J'cksois three: ; Franklin two ; Calhoun two ; 1 ,
findicatiu ibe fighU of, $11te4 tlab wee of the Judge, .- -- I '' 44.ir ,-
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> / tt. "f. s i ? ._! lion one; tiurJTilon ore ;_CoIumlia two; Alachua '- .. ;

.Vice lO tfiAVAUiM .l nov.TIIhnniun. > .. v- ri ai for Lorieshlcn five 6 ic. .3. And be it further enacted. That ; t'cr a surey and' .iinrale of the cost of ;i two; Unval two; Nassau one; St.John*three; _' .

y It from'us to cherih unuecesfarily a feeling of bee h,submitted, cud ho will occupy every, no uheuevcr section uf laud In ai.l tract rairoad! frpLa .Ulwaukee t 1)ul uqne. asum'notexce"ling iMitaquitj one ; Dade one ; lli.Ubt'tough. one ; .' S S
': ocal diitinction{ but the *ign* uf the time admonUli ; ne: it that enn be spared for tli.it purpose, in Jeg shall be auy lo ihouaud t ,lIars. And until the apportion ineut of ctiutors iiud rths .
*:.. uthatthe South must have respect to ciii <\ am) forwarding them to Washington.'he rtally.eccujiied by.a bona fide t- Approved. July 7thJS38.AN cent's 94 nforewid, there sliaii be' nix teen S
'i'. herttlf thai he may be respccled Uewhvre.'.--1$ ,- Secretary1* decision on the following tier, a< tually cngagc'd iu the propagation or Senitorijf District* in las--State, wLich sha'l Ce .,

Identified in interest and position Florida mu>t ].Cla rns fr..Lobses of 1812 and 1313 has .been cultivation of valuable ironical plants, auduj 1CT to restrain the c-ircu tlou of .as follows : .5- 5 5 5
share the destiny and bide the foiluue of her I; tee ived by the Judge. .Claimant, or their on proof hereof ucing'm.ide to the CommuMoucr small notes, nsacimrrenc in th Di.trictof The county of Escauibia shall corupo the I

neighbor republics. We sulltlierufora! regird j tor eyr, desiring information as to their,Claiin' *. of the General Land Office, a Coumbb! and fnr other_ sca.e First Dish ic t" S S '
; jt a* a paramount duty to give our zealous and i ca obtain it by calling! at the Judge's residence, patent shall issue to lh a add Henry Peiriueaud.bis purp The couni: >*s"of U'alton and U'cslungton.shill I
ii louse
iu defence of the the hours of 1'2 and macled i t/re Senate and of' the Second Di trii-t. ,
' special aid, such as it may be.. bew eetr 3, P. M;, whei$ it I ussuciate compose
f, rights of the SOOTH, from whateverquarter they be furnished by the Clerk oftho Corn t ir Sec.. 4. And be it further enacted That !.Reprcs ntaticcs of the UnitccL Stalt of America The county of Jack'Oii bhail compose the ,j

may be invaded or endanerdd.i' ho.' I of la id ia the .pi Congress ,zeinbled, 'l'hat, her the- Third Districi. S ? f-\ -
We are opposed to thi horrid heresy of ABOLITIOKIIM I(. The Executor of Don Dartolo do. Castro y I every'sectniu tract afores iJ, toirib( day 0t ApriInex mt ha1l be ulatsiut The co unty of Calhoun shall compose the

;4 la allitt shades and degrees we shall Fe rer, recotnmitted.ed. ivhicb shall nut ben tupicd by au actual any individual, co porairon FourtiiTDiniict.The; .. S : ; : ., .
: denounce it Under whatever veil it may seek 2J."The Heir uf John I awrence,recommit! etiler, pi fcitively eu ged iu the propagaj j to| issue, piss, or fl'er' to' pa'w thin the ..county of Frankliu shall compose the -
to hide its hideous deformity, 'we shall endeavor 4 Claim .Pliilip II.Yonge, disallowed. .ion of irojical plauls within! &ghi jearsij i.f C.iUflibil, note checks Fifth District. S 'T '-

4 to discover an.d expose it. It is a subject we shall CJainrof James. Fuliiiiy, duallowrd. from the location of, said tract, or wbtn tbn | draftbank bill. nty cuireu". The county of Gadsdon shall compose the -
never treat in measured terms, end especially, isito'ne .5. Estate of Margaiitta Devi Santana, reject' I adj iceut territi ry shall be surveyed anti of or utyother paper Sixth Li.tricU.- ... S S
/V.-f upon which the SOOTHERS PRESS dare not I fcred for sale, shall be forfeited to the United Cl, of als deii"oiniuatiun thiiilic dollais i The county of Leon shall toinpoge .the Seventh '
be indifferent tender We *ay to our northern fi Claim of Peter Cercopoh.disapproved. Slates. and ifany llersoo urcorporatiou sha 1olrtoIbel DHrht. :

1. ,A,'l brethren, if one sentiment of veneration for our 7 Claim of Andre* Pacetti, dioal!lowed. > of ibis secliorrio: off n1iti or. Tiie county of'Jefferson.. shall '
'.. ;: past and common history remain* tu inspire yon, 8ofJ Estate of.laU3s Pons, lecommittcd. JAJ1ES K. POLK,. in pse of auy corpatonotfeidiiig tle Eiplith; L) strict.. *
i: if you have inherited one spark of that good fellowchip -/ 9 Claim of JoJia'Andrca, disapproved. Speaker vfiho House of Ueprcsciitatives' cers of any su !r colporation for he time S The cojnty of Madison shall

.. which once united our fathers, if yoa I i, Executiix of tie! Estate of Uenu'et Sc; i iapruved. 1111. Al. JOHNSON,. being, shall b liable to iiidictiocn; iiy the' Nii.tfi Dwtrici. .

' ,t .. have respect for the noble Constitution of our H Vice President of ibo United Stales. ; grammdjury oftbo county rsiibumi tln4Districtvhereihu T. e county of ,Hamilton. sha'.I '
''Government. and hol. not lightly the bl ssmg ip Claim of. nrili Aco-ta,Adm'x of Uiectiteohii [ .. and President of the Senate. offenceshail have been oimnmit Tenth District. -. \ ;
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of that Union to which we have been taught to ETitle, recommitted. "The County of Columbia shall ;
Iookalhe best safeguard to Ihe l.benie of all II. Estate: of John Atkinson, reconi mitted. Approved, July 7ili, 1638. tdand the Ferson I iifftndimig ,or tho Elevemh District.. i j

:- .-' its parti, we nnnmre you to remmuce your mad 1 5. Estate of Uartolo Cnnova, recpinmitted; .. MARIIN: VAN BOREN, uflicors tif the corjuraLiuu so.of1eudiig, The county of Al-ichua shall
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endeavors. TJie South can nevrr.allow an in- 11, I>tale of Koque Lconardi, not approved! on conviction throf, be fired mu asumntioI! TweliY DU-iit ,

terf -nce with.her domicile iii litulion ]\( noacrifice It Claim"bfTony Priinn rccomtiiiiicd. AN ACT grau.iug half and pensions exceeding-fifty dollars,-at the dbc4ctinu of The county of Duval, shall 0001,104
can ..4ie'sutFdr' the violation of rig\t M- lu.Claim of Ptier Trope; draallowed. certain \vulotvs. pay 1 the court, f r everyoffetice'one..balf ufs.tmd te nth DUtriit / ,

.,l. cured to her, by cdnsMlutionvl {sanction. Weslani ;7 lstareif John Triay. not approved. flue shall be paid to the prus0cutor, tt.e oth- 'ihi countof Nassau shall
41 entrenched upon our light, auJ no. force 1. Claim ofJamea Ariaudi.slloweJ; Be it.enacted by the Senate and House of{ half s'rall l'o for' the use of the cutmttyI rFo-uteirh District. : 5
which doe not annihilate us, can succeed in ]9. 1sIat pf Chr1toplier Loez. not pprovd.O. llcpreentatiies of tht United States ofAmep whro the offeace shall hae hi en tmnimit- S The counties of St. John* and
wither ; < : 1stite of iohn I'once. dzallQw d. I the Fifteenth District. -
t.nn. us to iihmltio any intermeddling 1 rica irs Congress assembled, That ] compose
I if.any I ,ted, l'rosided, That lioud! tlie ru ec And each Sfintorial Hisuict
of ;local We regard i iaavery. 3l. Estate of Alberto Rogero disallowed j
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our governments.
policy w ho served iu the of tho He lu
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person < ,turoWerhumnselfor headmnimed, vitn s District .5
2. a.a Senati.r. and the Sevcutii
as it exists among us' to be a moral and ] Claim of Cataliua Ipednt'xof.1tzidresLoez
.. tion, iu, the innutier specified in the act passj shall forfeit II d.iirii llid .
good-in harmony with the nature off disitliowed. j for the prosecution to twu.
political
c : man in his-present state-sanctioned by the uui-1 43. Claim of Henry HarlJcyj recommitted. ed ihe' seventh day of June, eighteen riundrcd | ,- any part of the .1'enayaud: 'Ibf '% hold ARTICLE X. ( SS

venal practice of nations in gome or other of its 24. Esiate.of Jane AtkinSoiu recommitted. and thirty two.jCuiiilcd *4 An act sup-' i ,shall go tu the county, and the court bl1lL t'tluculi :

shapes-and justified by the precepts of Holy 23. Cliitis of Charles Sanchez; (a]free bljick plemcutary lo the act fr the relief of cei-' ( give judgment accordingly ; and .ha pr v I. The proceeds oPall lands lint p.rppria.ron'J

Writ. These nrii our opinions ; if.you differ, mali) recommitted.2o. lain turviving ofllcers flud sok'iers of, the 1 |.i so oQeudiug biiU the -.fBcers of auy cork| \ may iiereafter Legr/iiud by the ) S
rest in the peace which your own exemption from ;. Claim of Gabriel Priest recommitted.J7. lUvolntion have died, leaving a widow, fr5 i!. use, of Scht> mid a I
ration shall aim be liable to ihpjatnouut'jof
hi* imagined sin will yield yon. and leave us CLim of the Adai'm of the Estrte cf Frlanciaco whose lu;&riiaga, took pt< : on this subject, to ouroelves. And further, we P. F tio, Senior, recommitted. j lioj of the last period of his service, and be*' any uoic, bill. cb<" dral cr other 'paper -,J' perpetual fund, tlie intef-t of !
: hesitate not to say to those of the. nnrth.who entertain 25. Adm'r of the Estate of George Flemisig, cou ruutiig part 'sucli.currnucy.'o witii all money deiivcd fioin m-y
;. and would encourage sentiments a recommitted. I fore ihe the first day of January seventeen I any balder thereof, with, all.cos's ncuieui a|>(,Iicablt: to the *v.me o'jtcl. shill be S

injurious to our rights and interest,come not, a- 2:). Claim of Juan Leonard!, recommitted i iIK hundred aud uin.jty four, such widow shall' to the protest nud legal t'ttleciioii thereof; npnropri'itcd lu the use' rtrlim-U &

t tnong us.Ve will not hither traitor in bur ). Claim of Sudan FoIIU, Adm'x of the Ea- be entitled lo receive, fur and during ibe-{ wilh fifty per ,t. d.am' fur *n-iiay-; f ri j*. of, learning, r;" |cttively' kutl'
borders. Yon can bring with you no equivalent tat ofArbina Fallis and Levin Gunby recommitted. term of five jear from the fourth; day ofi went on den d, to bo re creJ, acIiur purpc, *,. ". S

. good to contttervnil the evil of your opinions. / March, eighteen hundred and thirty aiz, the .ofdebt ; anil iu'case' of juilgineutj for t1r 2. T General A uibly >%hall !
. We are opposed to the SMRIT or .Mosorotr. 31. Claim of Susan Follis! Admx of ArbinaFallii.disiMowe.l. annuity or pension wicli might have becuaIloed plaintiff cxecuticu thereon* Viall bo hbhall inomre* a* m.y be ii. c ary to I
: 't i.tinl
from wat&ot diuiae-'
It lathe of Democracy. Looking < so
great .enemy tuber husband in virtue of said net iheduiof
! to the genenl good at the only criterion of what U2 Claim Prudence Plummer recornmi' 'd. if living at the tine it was passed : Proti.ded. .forth with ; aid it ba Columbia tie appropriated to ihe piiipo-rs of /
Distric of
the of 33 Claim ofSu Adm'x of JamesCokhen. ilistricl attoruoy-of ihe ARTICI-r il.
-shall -
?- it proper w.e oppose grant any exclntire an Murphy, S
of of
That iu ibaevent the
marriage inst all raiL: Dora'tin a/id Imernal : ;
comraeuce
privileei not nuiifestly required by the disallowed. j | to prosecutions itg per-
public necessity nod advantage. The passing S4 Claim of Peter Segni, Adni'rof JohnJSejgtil : such widow said annuity or pensfou shall'be soils and every corporation nfft-mliud against S |. It *h M lit duty of the General

events of the day show how immense a pjwer iexercised allowed. disci'iitinned. \ this sertiuu, of which he ahLl bavo know- to'pro 'te ,r llieVireventi-n of -

t S by corporation They-are weapons 35 Claim of John Asliton. apptoved.* j Sea. 2. And -be; it further enacted, That' ledge or prbbahle information ; and] i case :1:0 of the public mid now j i>*.c S
hands of Power of being 36. Lnzaro Ortega's. Claim, approved,* i y hcfcaftjr b<, ceiled t<' tIle''
in the the Money capable shall bo
i no pledge mortgage, sale assignment, orI of corporations, the prosecution ,
.- wield-d, with dreadful effect, in its warfare 37. Claim of the Adm'rs of Jo*. Flod, apjiro of ritiriJ.i, urti! it iruy |>n.s fawn Jnr
.. with the Producing Power.So fiir as they are vciJ.'. \I f. I transfer of any riht, claim, or interest,'in against the pte ideni or auvdirec'O'' r cai- ally pnrt 0* portion 'l.trrot'f ri:
4 convenient and useful,they should be allowed, 53. Claim of John Wing-vie approved. r j any annuity half pay. or pension granted ; ier ihercof. lor the .time being*" and ir shall Pjovidfor the safdly, i-curr.vand aj>

',. but with such checks and guardj.that they can 39. EitteofJose IVdrnde Burg ,;nppr6\ed.* i by ibis act, hall be valid, nor hall the halfpay bo the iiity! of ,the grant) jurors to pr rs'Ut nil o; 'be.pi.cvd. S S SS
.,4 never| be converted. frm institution for public 4'J. Claitnof PhilipVeedman, r.apprul.* aunuily, or pension granted by this act, i such oQcnces uf which Utty sir'1'I hae 2.' A liberal sy semn of .Intttii it Itimpios ementa 55 S

,- accommodation, into instrument of individual 1 .- -of Margarhta Acoata, recomlaiPte. or any foiuier act of Congress, be liablt tu j jaUichmeut ktiowleilio or, probible, iuf.uiniii i ; air !. t'eiiis si-utiai lo'tlic d' veti'jionn.t; of the-rr-,- v S: :. y
They are.'designed to bo use* 1 seizure of grand shi I[ bo'g- .oourccs t>f Ihft c.>U'iiry. +h t te encouraged byr, ,
aggrandizement. | : lovy, or by any procenlin I hit no m-'ialier a jury '
fad, not to Ike fete who plaster kriund the.money 2 Estate of Sarah Petty, disallowed. law, or equity but thai! ensaro wholly to tiorant of lih duty, iu this pir'icularj it "haL tho diitvo go\Vrntieit'f( C.neml; idt s.meuibIy S4ate, and it *hl'i be ibis..->- .,II .
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i14 91w 5m
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cherts,but (a tkecammnnlig this al'large ;their nd when 'Without. interest, \, the per oual benefit of the pensioner or an. I! be the duty of thec urthaciiig ronizanccutah i ito ii.ceitasip lhs roper i>thc; of ins- -- S

.:. Xhey cease to subserve lIke pnrpo to the., public exist'in V nuitant entitled to the same ; and that beforea offences agniau This section to j\athe i r-.Teaadlit'it relatiui to ri d car.atnd ra 1- -'
pernicious
... once become pnd inconsistent* with republican ptinci City Ila'ct. | 'varr-.nl shall be delivered lo any person same iu charge to the grand jurie at- the gab! ? strcan.*. nd ti jiro vide fi>r m.i.'ta Ie a--- v -' ,
teresu, ; for in emitU'd uf the after the 'e srif-hfun! be t I '
1 THE Undersigned respectfullyinform acting or lehalfofany oni commencement term jias-a piicitiorVof as Hi.iy ajprnyiuredfur.such I
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! pie We ahall give much of our attention to the his friend and the public money under this act, such person shall takethe tfthiiact, '; ta*; rovcrnea S .

t::s of IitTKRSAfc I fraovEijiiST in-Florida. '. generally, that he has leased! au oath or affirmation, lu t t> ; ..nbject ____f-f___ nbove named establishment, : uf thi k it 'lioundarlrs. 1-
With such advantage of pi>fitioninnd facililie I. |jy the ''proper accounting officer and put on! from and after tho 1as.'ago act, S S SaeofFioiiasall- _

r ( far contraction, we cannot urga forward works wKi iu future be kept by him in a mam>crf 1 he ; file.that lio has no intrreit in.said money p shall be unlawful fur any individuaicornptr.! cxteni I. Thejuris'Hctioncf over the Terrilories"; t"ai and \Ve t.-"";-"- "! 1-:
will satisfaction wall who
witfi too much vigorButwhile tn sis, that give may pledge, transfer, ieement, uiwlei- corporaiion. to issue, le njuvo, 'orto !""."
- ( of public improvement favor him with their patronage, and to.entitle jbj'auy ny.or ; Florida which by th? tPl3ty 4f Amity,s fettle-- -
:. we encourage enterprize in thi'line.t ibu House. M ictain- the high repuution.it! has standing, or arrangeuieut. aud that he dors kuo'wingly.io pa* nr knottinzrv toms! *. jr meat, ond Limits between th! Utite Mite and ,

undertaken with an honest design to.be aecom-, so long sustained. / C. Al; UOWAN. ( not know or'believe that ih same lias beeu pronre be Usqe.-- or ChrCUlatCd wWiu I hi*Cahlic.'mlajety.onthe22JiIay of Febrirary. /1', "*.'', '
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:' ,,1. Tbe General Assembly shall pass a general! ;" In order may arise from Savil. C. BJob F. r tbateoa.t. S of- tbeir tfields ; b D' the_ effort baj >

c.2.1.-w\ : : ? I .W ,for t ia i corpora* on'o.f all such churches organization and er tabJisbment of the State. Alfred 'rot. cr *, The !importance a iodeec,necessity, invariably attended .wills .dnastraogcansequences .
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flte.RiJ.C.,4Z12 .0 obviou
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may ;
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overment
*. &$: I thereof;. but' nt>' special 'act 'of incorporation : laws and parts of laws now inror. 'I!. Cr *. to all. Tbo lodiaDV bate ever beea : and great life, ,:tSS

< JfcT **.*, '/: *.' '. I.1bt. baDbepu.ed. o which may be hereafter passed by the' BaL Metckam, Oliver Wo. I ia the habit of 'resortios to it. io the spring wbicb must inevitably continue' .to be tb. r ,!".

'(" \ ; i"-:' 2"'beGeneraIAisembly'shall pass.no act ofioeorpombn. governor and,Legislative Council of die Terrt- Jok* W. MI. W. ;.. and autumn; in ie'reb'ohn..which'are case,'until efficient. protection. j* !1cle4them. I "" ', ,
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Simeon .
; Jose
't'-, ." or 'nisj any alteration therein, tarT of FIorida, not repugnant to the provisionsof Get'. le" Sandux on that coa t. Tie *; -. S T .*-t!. .
"" I' "' I ; shall continue rorc nntil W. Wyatt, Edwin T. J *cw,\ frequent ,occurrence '.
'.' unless itttheassentof tviochhdspt each ihis'Constitation. in B ba.maiabd The menloceupstmoOOf posts, garrueaed'with ,
: in from
I|lv T; %- :vi'Jfv ,::v < ..House I4uqles public notice Jn one or, morenewrspip by operation 'of"their provisions or limitatioua. James D. 'tC Jr. David.Lm.! couate tureDt.I lal 'of tbo the Gulf. artillery or infantry w.o afford that tilprlectioo.

1 I!". i-4x,4f".v'i "V srsNjn the'State' shall have.been givenfor'at the same shall cease to hem force, or, until the Leigh Rtf, S' IF. H. Jfs&m. the coatracted gorge There more 'mardsracommitted .
were
'J.i,' >., -;! <*-"; .'' lea it three 1D'ritb' immediately preceding .General Assembly this State shall alter or'repeal A. Bellamy ..' .Wa N-n 10 calms as w.na. boisterous ,weather, buN : the ,

"> ..j t J' .,' : .1 the Session at'which the' same. may be applied the 'same'; and al writs,' actions,. prosecutions ''.Jo7ssN.Partridge. S Br fib the skill 'r the be sj Dait.t i.. ..Ofarligbtbouies last yeari-'when, by .bad close.o -
; .' .f" for. /; ,\ f .- ; ; ;judgments,. cntract shall be and Iism Ba iniufScienr.. and veuels:are the previous ea.mpafE' 'Dd.a! } :

I '.fT\, "f":=' .. .;'1 "f ,. 3. No Bning'Cprporati n shall be created or I continue unimpaired," nnd al process which has KSOWLZS, &crda!!.__ driven. or drift, on that shore, and ae'uDrortuDlto reduced to ( of their original: 1 J

.' .f ". J ". 1 ;v continue i ,'vthrch is composed. of'a'less number heretofore issued orwbich, may be issued, 'prior mariner bdcotnesMbe number than'.during the whole previous pe. ; ,

i J' "'v. 't: ;: than.twi intjr jndividaal.,.a majority: whom at to the last day of the first session'of the Geoera Florida'.War..-We have heretoforej noticed e' and _cruelty: From these rio of the war.. S. '". :

: '.;;. ;,1, z.; least aba I lb.' residents of the State; and no other A'aemblyofthii Stateilbal be a. valid the bill in the ,Senate for' the "nedoccupation vage wrecks rOe the Indians obtain supplies or thosearticles aa also 'persuaded tht unless the froa- ,
in
I" "I' ;. corporal on shall bcieatekor continue, cotnpo rued in the name .St.t; and or that part of to 'on' the war. tier| is placed in a state defence, and the
; of'entraet. Florida.wbujb i required .carry
r4j: : i. aed ole less number than ten' of whom at least. thisCoI1siitIiIi4l'v'shall impair the, obligation
T:,. .... ; "''.:. ': five slml be residents this State.I or vftUte vested rights, either of indi- now overrun by theIndians;: pDbl.ube4 Besides this, they derive i piincipal Atlantic side ofj 'the coast occupied, thi i

: :: ,:' t" : 4 No Bank Charter, or any "act of Incorporation of associations, claiming. to exercise the highly interesting letter of Dr. source'of livelihood from fiibfogio the lagoons scenes last year will b r..enated .

4: .. .. ,} 1 ,: grat iting exclusive privilege, shall be granted 'corporate privileges: in this Slate.i the.Surgeon General, in favor of the plan of and waters which rU-D parallel with I 'cannot close this 'oh.-' .
4 '1', for a onger period than twenty years; and no i' 2. All finepenalties, .orreltore..obhatln., that bill. We have now the pleasure to addanotbir Ihi.'coait. ing'that I can bear testimony to tbetwiIO' ;.

I, .' .: j. Bank C!tarter shall e-er be extended or renewed and. ewheaU, nrcruins% to cf Flor. letter on the same subject, from General I have read with S much interest, the letter ness of 'the' inhabitants to : ",

i \ ., ;'. :." 5. Thi;Charters of Banks granted by the General < da. shall accrue to the. use oftheState, of Flor- fernandez, a native and inhabitant of of the Sugeon General. Dr Lawson. and their power in aid of any aeasure-wbick; S :
'I -. ': '. } ': Assembly .hall restrict such' Banks to thebusiness da.' S and in fur close of this it
formerlyDeIegae have
; heretofore taken, or St. Augustine, ; 1 was much pleased to find that ho does may il ojece.te .
I i ;, : 4' of exchange, ,discount. and they ibid 3. AH recognizance Besides his residence of
which
v::: _,. I '-,. not.speculate or deal in real ;estate, ff.the stock which may b taken before organization of Congress from Florida. )( not think the country as unhealthy a* i: has tractive war, the coti everyday .
:
:_ ; qi, ".' of/Mhei corporations or associations, or in mercbanduM Judicial Department under this Constitution, in that part of the Territory GeneralHernandez been represented. Coming from so disinterested adds so much more to the serionaca
1 .
V'.1tt'; ; i or chattels or be concerned Insurance, id .li. and shall* pass'over to, ',and has been much engaged io. the a source his Itat.mOQI cannot fail i families to which they have been tnaoctatlysubjected. .

kwv '7 : : Manufacturing. Exportation'onmporutlotn &.itbe. me. qf tbe S.tate ; .'war with' these Indians, and possesses most :jo' remova' impressions not-k s .crropeous. I -

Lt I c.pt of Bullion or Specie ;shall not act as Trustee -flJ} ld*. necDld the Govern'oflM intimate knowledge of the country and tbe .than prejudicial the counfrr; Hu description -lb learhuDn br mad rf n'-J"" -

anywise, nor snail they own real esttte or Florida or {n any other officer in his I Indians. His opinions therefore. are of great of the country t south o( Cape Sable honor to be your'most obedient I"a: "
: chittel except such as.shall be fur capacity shall pass over to the Governoror the' S ,/OS.
necessary bit letter to HERNANDEJE
value, and Chirmln.orbe will doubtless attract attention and I ftL :: .
I their aciual use in the transaction of business, or other proper State authority and to their successors .bop
Committee, having _by Gen un'c'E. tf. Militia.To .
orere who Brig. ,
are
which further in office for the uses therein respectively Miea. manyof our "
niy.b pledge-l as security, or received citzen.
1 : toward. or in ,atifa tion'or previously elprl"fd. and may be sued for, and recovered ao Seate to be p Dted.wo here present I Texas and .elmes. may see it 'the Hon. THO. H, BxaTOir' U. S. S i1

,'conl" :eci dbts. or purchased at legal sales to accordingly ; and hall criminal,prosecution an our reader..-Globe. S and be induced to seek a residence oator. ,

,. ',,. ,.,. '. satisfy uch d'biaof. which they shall: be reqnirrd !- ilal'aaton. which have arisen or which may WAsnhztaTotrJan.18.. 1839, where they will find a soil and climate '.
.
Deparmentlnder "
of the Judicial -

; to!i nk" .\le w&fhUlI.w years after the acqniiiitiitri organization and .
the best a country -
Sir the armed equal to country
Respecting occupation
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. y_ ., inereof. this Constitution, aud which shall A Q
Le to judgment and settlemeut of.that. part of Florida just as easy of ac ess. Q ana -
;- S 6. T;in c"pita1"'PCk of any Bank .shall'not be depending mar prosecuted 01
; { 1 161.1 tin ii one hundred thousand d dollars, and shall and execution in the name of the State. overrun by the Indians, as proposed ,y the Here I beg leave to say that the county Thursday Feb. '

tiP S I be:ere. ed only by the actual payment, of specie i: 4. All officers. civil and military, now holding bill which you-were pleased to put into my east of the Suwaonce river,is capable of saitainiug ,

i.' S therein and .no Bankshall borrow money to their offices and appointments in the Teriof bands, (with the accompanying. letter' from an invntnse population, and must,

S ;:: ... create .r add to its capital'or.to conduct'it busi.S uoderlhe| authority of the.United Dr. Lawsou.) and upon which you do me' in.the political order of things., eventually ,,Prodipfcf: and 11 PtofU. .. .. '

!: *, ,ness and no loans sha II be made on stock. der the authority of the Territory;shall continueto the honor to ask my views, I beg 'leave .to furm a State separate from tbat of Middle : i.'.,

\ f/, '.' .. : 7. ,All liabilities of such banks shall be payable hold: and exercise their' respective offices and state,that tie plan is one in, my opinion, and West Florida, and greatly to their advantage Two men were shot at by a party as they say :

'; .. f.' S : .: : in specie and the' aggregate.of the liabilities and aprintmcntl. until superseded under this Con calculated'to .ace objects and:that of the country.. In ibis of about Indians, near the Plantation of J. H. ; ";'
S suits in
law. etrioemly .
all at
'.'" issues tf a ank, .hall It no time exceed doable actions or aplilb'tbo
1'" S the"am lIntpr its capital stock paid in. .: chancery..or any proceeding pending:, or which intended. But permit tosay, that part.of Florida. exlu'.iv of the extensive .Mcintosh', Esq., 'in Ala baa. a few days since. ,

8. No Bank 'ahall make a note or security 01'1 may be.pending In laY Ctur Territory before the law can be promulgated and hammocks and very productive pine lands,

4 55 1.;1'" S any kind for a smaller sum than five dollars ; I of: Florida may be commenced in, or transferred I carried into effect. it will be too late for thesettlers theie.are great bodies of savanna ."am, Army JfwewtJit.-Two Companies ef U..8. -"- :

', : f" S the General Allemhly.m1 increase such restriction to'llc court or the t'e. as may bn.'jur. .. to clear lardfor cultivation thjsyear. aud meadow lands;composed or tba richest Troops, 'under commald of Uaj. I

I : > S S: to twenty, 'dollars. .the subject matter thereof. I therefore respectfully beg leave to suggest to wit: alluvial, clay and marl, much lvellu' I
-v."t:.'. S ,4.5.: 9. No dividends of v profits exceeding ten per 5. This Constitution'shall be submitted the that,'at first, they should be Ic todimme-; loi. when properly reclaimed, will arrived in the U. S. 'Steamboat P.isieflCapt. :
"I ":. the in for ratification at the election for Delegateon ; TKATHB from Black Creek, this "
;: centun per annum on c.pitahtotk paid people morniag.JWe
the two "
: S diately contiguous to present south of Augustine, produce, cropsof "
"': .ball the first Monday of May next.. Each qualified exposed '
madebut all ten
I profits over -
percentv understand this detachment It ordered
;
. S :" '.; I um per annum, sbaU be'set apart and I'tatned asa voter buSh vxprem his assent or dissent to theCottstituti9n ,frontier settlements within the Alachua grain each year. t t:' .
: 1, v safety fund. by 'directing thc'lanaser of said county near Fort King, .and on either bank ,Uu two hundred acres of reclaimed swampland the country around the hea waters of) '--

S I I 10. { tockhnldersinabankchen an act offer election to write opposite to name on the poll i of'the, River St. Johns, and south!,of'5tI I made an average o thirty six bushels .New Rivers, and thence tu'work. their way.north- .

. feitureof its charter-* committed when it is book, either* the 'word I Constitution.". or .NoContUution' I Augustine, to New Smyrnl. and j hence I of Co? a seed corn"per acre;, ivbile. at the ward along, the everglade 0' to Lake.Okecoobee.. :J,

*'JS dissolved or' ezsrea, shall individually and And in ca e the time of election gradually along tbe to Cape same time,' a of sugar cane was grow1iug ASHBT south 'from Fort S
'Atantic crop moves Mellon
iv... ;.!" S*;. everally$ liable for the. payment of all its debt., for Delegate changed to any other day than Florida. [I Ii ( on the same two hundred acres, the ma Al Y

"4 i \ J'S:c.- I in proportion; to the stock owned by each. ihe first Monday 6f May net, then the Judgesor i There is a number of plantations,,.with oufactyre, ot which was prevented by the and will meet Maj. Churchill command.on the .It
.- '. shall be Clerks of the County respectively, bankaofthatIake.
,
JJ.j janks
; S ) ; oper4tohispect.on. tinder Court i
.
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:
: :\ ::1' S such.{regulations a. may be preicribed by law ; appoint managers to bod! an on the extensive clearings, .-in m Alachua county ou "ar.S .
.
ca, : ; ,' : and it shall be the duty of the Governor. 'apj .hll iiisi Monday. of May, for ratification of the the banks of the St. Johns ; 'at the bead of This i the only portion nf5 the United S ;. I

"5 J point j a person or persons not connected In any Constitution,and' said 'managers shall conduct .I the River Matanzn ; at Tomoko on the riv.er Statss possessing a tropical climate. The Oat Orange Tree*.-Hopes are _entertainod'r .,v"-|

: I' manrii r with any Bank in the State to examine naid election iii the manner provided by the bawl Halifax ; at Now, Smyrna.and also some advantages which 1 believe will grow 'out that the .cold snap expected atb.eri. 'T i:

:.:: J : '. at lea4tnnee 'a.year into ,thrir state condition ; of'the Territoryrespecting elections and make 'few settlements on New River, near Cape of the adoption by Congress of this measure baa deayediIscoming.i'o long that we shall Dot.f'fJ;" '
/
jeI S : and th, officer of every bank shall make quarterly return the vote forthwith, Florida which in or this for and settlemsnuif it,
.S c' ; .consequence protracted the occupation be visited with it this winter.' Our orange! :: r
return* to the Governor of its slate and cundi. depositing; the original poll book in the Clerk s "
war. remain uno curied. Itis! believed ; will soon render'os., ia some degree independent trees ( ,beautifully, andwe have-: .''t'.1
S tion. ,nil the names of the stockholders, and office of their counties respectively by transmitting .are putting. ort ,
'1. .hare..held by each. .' a certificate of,.the result to the President tbeir proprietors. would not object, to of the Wet Indies, except in the beard of a large number of -'peepij .
have them occupied and the article of coffee which I think, cannotbe btlom.j
,
[ J 12.0" user fur the space of one year,or any of the Convention ; who shall forthwith make cullYte by ing out. .We quite of or' ;
.may expect qaaotity .:
Act of i corporation or those having the control i'rocltmiation of the same and in case the Constitution settlers, who might there secure provisions rtiere raised owing to the blight- ,
t1, .' .' S :' and inagement thereof, or intrusted therewith, he ratified by the people and immediately for the ensuing year. f mug .winds'of autumn passing across the narrow : anges the ensuing season-but it will b 'erf'

.'..:, inconsistent with, or in violation of the provls- after official information han have been recei. Flint or gourd seed corn can be planted in | peninsula. Sugar. Cuba tobacco, cud year before we can exporj, any _.::
S
j" .it I ions uf I Iii 4 Constitution or of iu charter. shillS ved lust Congress have approved the Constitu Florida as late as the middle of April ;. and all! the other staples and fruits of those 1.1. {.

5 : S csus4Jiis I forfeiture ; and the General Assembly lion, and provided fur the admission of Florid, that of Cu'.., which is a heavier corn than ails I believe will he'cultivated, in great Lou of tkt Sear. Schr. 06sr*.' <':
shall) general law provide a summary process ihe President of this Convention shall issue writs Oar.-Te "
either of the others and of ..quicker abundance iu Florida. These articles
to- :
for growth Suuruwmce, of and fronn went ashore
. the sequestration of its effects and assets. the of election the propet officers Jn the ditcrent port. I
"I" '- .nwuBinient of officers affairs catiseTan admits of hein-planle: l as late me mid- gether with the orange uf the country whichis in Ran called' L
'iA I. to seioe its ,and no counties enjoining: them .to a tan Bay near New York at a place .
f forfeited charter shall be restored. Tbe foregoing held for GovtrVuor'. Representative ID Con- dlo uf J uoe., Seed of the description of m rQ.hbly; valued tban'tbat, of other t .
? Elm Tree
.' r '- provisions shall not be construed to prevent 'b rrew and Members of the General Assembly, i COrti Could be imported anJ (furnished to such'} places,.vfith the aid steamboats and railroads .I during.a heavy gale, on the 24th IhO

1. thi' Geueral seinbly from imposing other-re. Fn if their respective conntics..The election I of the settlers as might be late in commencing can be'sentlo ine N"rthero and \V...' .Her, cargo, J&.O mullxrry,tre .. .ve la1 aetj' ..
.Lnctionsand provisions in the creation of corporation eac b.I I eLi I ihe first Monday after;the lapse I their plaulingoperadons.S trru Staler in (perfection. damae, .'

-S *. of, days following tire day of the date of the 1 would that i'Col.
I t also respectfully! suggests], theallowance Tnat Florid a also destioed to be a great
S. S 13.1[The .General As amhiy slrall not pledge President's' proclamation,and ihaltake pla.e on. II of sugar coffee Ind.uap. (.eadd. silk S ] country-is placed beyond a .Douning't 'Ctre.Zar.-We have to
faith
" ,the an] credit of we State to raise funds ani' Ibe.ame day through the .said election producnr S ;!
ed rations
',' aid "f.any corporations whatsoever lull. he conducted according t the then exiting to. the proposed to ,ho furnished, knowledge, the receipt of Col. DOWIUIG..

1t, '-.S \. 15.I The! General A eml>ly hall at its first election law of the Territory ot Florida : and that tbrse be extended to the members When in command of the country east of cular. II shall.have a place in oar next We 1

:.t.' .L- sesfinn.. liavtpower to rt-gnUte, r ,,tiaiii vtid control Provided however, thai in cone of the absence of the family and libGreJ'fbicI each settles the river St. Johns. I had.an opportunity of have also received from Col. D.
':v.rf _, 5t: '. all I Mfimciuii-n? cL'IIUIIO exercise corporate or disability of the President the Conventionto may bring him. examining much of it along the Atlantic several public -r

:, S : J' '.:. privileges':iii th.Slnie. no as to guard pro cause the said election to be carried into effect, I Tho objects of the bill'tvould be also much coast Bud the banks of that river, to within documents.S ,. > -"

S.. <". / .,. ." ". tect.land reciire Uie n\lel'orthpleople of the the Secretary of tIiigConveiitionshall. dischargethe advanced, if transportation, were proid a few''miles of the O-ke-cho-bo' ,lake.: In 'VThespbendidPalntingsof" r

:" -? : State, lut'.ioldin& duties hereby. impound upon the President;' for tbe settlers; say from St. Marks to tbe the course of my observations found thit The Tsmpwios.fAiZaisaadEvc"aud .
: ? I*: v4&f ;; ftr the o >lig. ol, *. .,,1 and in case of the DbllnCe or/disability of theSecretary : several poitsthat established' much'of the' the .
:
may 00I on '
'i. consisting of fire (0 country particularly .
,
Committee
I to
a I :
f Ep/r'P.r. "
: ARTICLIC
I : the western side of the along the b.nkl'an around the head of the St. John-
peninsula
tr' : : wit: Leigh Read (Jeorge'I.Ward. James D.Vetcutt ate.now exhibi'ting in ( .
:S .'; v .AH tndment$ and Rtr .}. \ Jr Thorn Brown, and Leslie A. Gulf of Mexico ; from tho depot on Black and Indian .riY.er was' subject to ins the fine arts, this affords an opportunity of en- 'Ir,
< I- : 1./No Coiveniojofthe IIYt' cal d or'majority of them shall discharge Creek to those posts established on the St. undation. owing In there being no other out. .
Thompson
:.. ; ; : join a pleasure which seldom 'occurs here.
.:;. r"; '. t 'unless by the cOtcnrienc the duties' herein imposed on the Secretary of Johns and its tributaries ; from thi depot at lot for the discharge of the natess which '
::-. House of Tbe U of _
t.Genera Members of the Gene St. subject one deep interest. The design
\ '4 the Convention, andilie Augustine to the posts that may be established daring the wet seasons accumulate there,
;'S :;-; '';: :1 '.:' .. uii.e.L! --' *O Jurl> : ltrtd d 'rib ,Assembly .s-.el.etd. shall uemte on the: at the bead of the river Maauzas'atMosquito than the mouth of those rivers, to wit:, the and execution, so far as, we are able to conceive' .

S i. .t .tlireo lime III.'u.Ahrthe.anl* the Senate, .halh.\ebeenre by tvyo fourth Monaay at the Con'gres. or New Smyrna, Indian, river, St. Johns. at a distauce of upwards of 300 n eltenl. They are copies rl Drimft, a f a >.
t The
I .,\/ S thirds of ea<'h House of the General Assembly ; wenr, and Members.of Governor. Representative the General Assembly, Jupiter river New river;.Key Biscayne and miles, and Indian river..at 100 milei,.impeded orate pupil of the celebrated painter Dandjbf S

i ,' S., t. S' neither shall any alteration lake place until the shall enter the duties of their respective so around to Cape Sable. Unless the facilities as they are ia their discharge; by the a native American_ strikes' us that there >

!S ; 55 5 S bill so agreed to be published six months previous offices immediately upon after their election, under of transportation! be afforded, it !is my tide waters of the ocean, whose influence is was something bold fn'the attempt even to 11 .

S .' 1 a]new election for members to the Honse 'of the provisions of this Constitution shall con opinion that few, if. any could find their felt a considerable diitance up these rivers.That W lka of such, "'little merit copy ,
and !
: S Representatives ; and if the alteration prop.' d tmue in office in the same matiner, and during I way to the posts in the southern part'of the important section of is susceptible magnitude : not '
by the General Assembly ,bal be at the would have done, bad for the couPtr .io being able to accomplish successfully so stupendous
period they of
tbehf first session each Honse'of' .same they penfusula, want conveyance- or. being easily In theneighborhood '
l by two : b.'eu elected on the fim Monday in October. : Neither would it be safe an ,undertaking They are raid to be
, :. the (jeneral Assembly! after the same shall,haveS .. to:"penetrate so tar', of the bead waters of the 8t.Jobni _
S
j .j.'UVw.VJ r ?;: /: been read tree timesun three several days liD I by 6.the'Ihe.General,votes of two Assembly thirds of both shall Houses have power,to accede -, I into the enemy's country with a ,(oree. short ;iof4fifty the distance is not sore man seven- but very little if any, inferior to the .originals: : .

:. '. each House, and net otherwise the same such mado by the or one.hundred men, to secure their teen to eighteen; miles from the ocean. TLe Thq"exhibition continues open until Saturday :
't. to proposition ns .
may '
.' S J L. ; '. :. .. hal become a part of the Constitution. Congn ss of the United States upon b the admission .[ landing and maintain the ground [country being level, and forming an inclined

-4. :, 'i X!: :: AKTCLX IT. of the State 'Florida into ,the National The country so |iotentled to be'' occupied ? plane towards the sea. and iu manIlue S JODO& KutD.-The with which ou '

S.. ';',. J S TAe Seat of Qavernntnt. confederacy and Union, ir they shall be deemed shouldbe, divided: into districts, arid the set- '' not more than.two or three mie. timbered and rancor ( .

,. .'. I' S 1 The Seat of Government of the State of reasonable arid just, and to make declaration tiers embodied according to the :militia: or t land,canal* could be cut through the in- worthy esteemed fellow!! ,citizen.Judge Reid, ".t

:,;'' '. Flo iJa shall be. and remain permanent at 'the such assent bylaw ; arid such declaration; 'xvhen ganizaiiou directed; by ,Congress ,(and not tcrvcuius country at comparatively little Is pursued by his enemies, we can see no justifiable

.' ,, : ? ;i cit of.Tallahassee for the' term and time of five made,shall be binding upon the People and the according o ..tho present oral Ja u.) redu.cIng.tne I i reason for. Every effort U used to impugn
expeoie.
: from and after the end of the first "
r s Sute of Florida as and the Govern -t "* {
ulion a
;
compact his motives, and his for
number ot of each acts made the theme
. S .' S of t w General Assembly,to b holden nnder this' or of the Slate-( Florida' ,bal notify the PresiKnt privates company :As these improvements will probably be are
S ; Cot istilution; and after the expiration of.the said < of the i United States the Act of the ,I to the .oumberre.quircr at eachstationproposed ; left by the Government to individual enterprise q e harping.of bit adversaries., Because Jodj

S five,years the General Aoemblyshall have pOW Central Assembly relating thereto'; and ;in 'case by bil.: Governor 'of the proposed settlement of that country Reid, ,while holding the office, of Judge .f the

.1/ ."... 'er to .etnovetheSeaofGovenmeotftognTal. of declining to aceeto such propositions or any Territory: being commander-fin-chief of would aid much i. the accomplishment; Superior Court for the DUyict of East FfcrioX
i hh ssee; and fix the same at ,'other i the militiat the officers .
.nf : thereof, shall instructthe according to their
S Pr videdthatthe General Assam nly shall pint part Assembly of so great an.object. by which! .thousands of fielded! to the wishes of bis fellow citizens, and .
nlme. Senators and Representative of the State of : respective grades, nuh! repor to him, that, .
1 i di ely after the expiration of ten years from the Florida in Congress, to procure such modification stall times, ,they might readiness to acre of the richest aluvial soil would be re obeyed their voice ; because he had their cw>&. :

'. <\ of the said session. thereof fix pennanebllv. or alteration! thereof a. may be deemed reasonable -I to meet any requisition which' the General deemed and brought ; state of,success deuce, and they selected l him' Uf represent and .

Si : ;: S' 55 '' ; > the Seatof Guvernmeot. .and,just and assent thereto, subject to c commanding tbe United Slates mi bt tub cultivation, that are at present of no use protect their. rights in the Convention etSLJG'sepb
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ki. t of ,
'
. General whatever.
the the
aTICLE Assembly bylaw
. f : 111. ratifcation nuke of him '
S to t'-e
he has been
\ prosecute .war. The S gniftj of an unpardonable sin;
' .
General 'Pnttioni. as
J'" S I nave also "observe thai unless
thus to canal
: P S.f .The General have noow." 7.: The-Court* of this State shall never entertiin settlers required by the Commanding fur which no punishment is too severe. Forthi.

1: ,. "' S er M> &laws for Alembl1.h'l enianc.tiun of slaves jurisdiction of any grants'of bind \if ihiFborids General should be mustered,' aud on the is cut ..trOI the Hau'ovcr, connecting the be is to be hunted down with a hue and ,as it i
'. < ,'S :. Thy shall have prevent emi, made by the King of Spain or by his same footing ,with the:troops of]the United waters of Indian river and those of the cry. .

l' S grints State from bringing wuh then authority,subsequent to the twenty fourth day or Slates. | /I Hillsborougb river or Mosquito lagoon. the were. r.

e ,; pe sops as may be deemed slaves, by of J.naaf. eighteen hundred and eighteen, nor During'the time required I to put in fajl) of country aboullb'o head of those rivers must Ibis accused neglecting the public ba., J

S ,' S : any one of the United Stalest Provided.'they, .halt said! Courts' rrceieas,evidence, in any oration the provisions of the contemplated necessarily unhealthy ; the one being about less,. of selfishness of motive, of double-mini1-. S t
S f': ahull have to enat* law. to prevent the i introduction certain ; said to have been made by, 100 miles stated '
power :. grants' law,. I t.biuk.1 important, ;ia order to .already and ibo idness, in short of every thing that renders bin 1
J $: of any slavts who may have commit- the said King of Sp.iin, in fi-Yt of the Duke of protect other neerly 300 miles. from its .
/V ,:>. k: teil'crioies in othlr'S&te. Alsgon. the Count POllon.Ko.tro., and Don Pedro tbe. present .enler. to, i indurej those who entrancefrom inworthy-*tbe ,exalted station be holds. In.saiwer .:.

t S :: J' 3. The General Assembly shall have power to de.Vargas, or any title derived from either of have left,to.return to their plantations, and the ucean'with no current; the Wind'l to these_weighty charges, all but his few ea-

S pus laws to prnntfre negroesmulatto. said grants, unless with the express' assent of to guard against a recurrence ,of the disasters raising the waters oldie one and : .St. .
S I : otier persons of coin from emigrating to I Una Congress the United Statu' th which beret those ,on the) frontier lastsummer those of the other' ; throw al the on times JQ Augustine accord, to bimjastks.Tbeycward '

..U St4te, or.from being discharged from onboard Dune in Convention pursuance of an act .and,jndeed. to wibtin a few weeks shore. :This being a mass vegetable matter to him, tlut.which U due to bis.tat'. .. j

"j .'.. t'' '- ., : any vessel in any (,the of, Florida. oftheGovernor and Legislative Council of the when 'several 'persons) were and there left to decompose,'mustj more ant, integrity and pat iolism. He has ,woagolden j I

,- \ -. :' 4. Treason against prt shall consist only Territory of Florida.Jentitkd' An Act'to call houses burnt near Black mlnered.ud, or lessjaffect the health of that section, notwithstanding opinions," and the approbation of all ptf-' .' :

I -* : ; in levi ing,war against it.or in adhering to its cueS a Convention for the purpose of organizinga tizens onthe frontier, not exceeding in the salubrity oldie climate.! uel.
number -
J : : T; 'j' inesgiving them nid.and comfort. No personS State Government, passed 30th day of January a brigadeshould be mustered into. the The cutting of ibis canal! will increase the The vtwle extent of time that be has negUtttd .
S '
S '. \:- ; .. all be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony 183d, and approved 2d February. 1833.fa .
'.": .f' V r .'h',' : of.two witnesses to tiie same,overt act. or witness whereof .the'nndersigaed, the President service of the.United States tot;1sizmonihi, body of water and create a current from the the duties. of his 'office,' if by any stretch of the
". ;. w 5 bid otid Convention and or for one year unless sooner ( influence of the tide at the heads of those ri.
Delegates
.f.:: e uty*'ii>n ihVpen court repre- discharged, iwazinaliori4it. an be so.called, has been sciree.y -
S '' :'..." "I' 5. Divorce*from the bonds of Jltflmon1.bal seining the People of Florida do hereunto sign uader the provisions of the act of Congressof vera, and thereby cleanse the shores, '
; 1.i.: '.,.. :, ni >| he allowed but by.the lu rmeno.a cur our names, this, the eleventh day of J.ouaf May 18 authorizing the of and facilitate the transportation of sup to exceed THREE !'-. He is compelled by
t. '
; \ ; : 'J ai shall be pre criUd by l w.. Anno Domini eighteen hundred the to receive Pr-elient' d plies, at alt tirue, lathe posts on Indian and aw to attend the Court of Appeals at Tallaha. -

., : :nine, and.of the Independence of the United volumera., This Jupiter see ; and be was on the of Hi.
I. ., f.1'h.8DPrIAltllbly.bldelare.byJlw being done. I am s' tisfi.d riversthrough the Mosquito entrance spot as early as any ,
'
S Slates and the of said
.t' ;; w ; Secretary Conventiondoth
part part
ofiho
1. \ I,. tli! *. civil law, m>t.rmmnQ inconVisient' 'with! thisCemtituti' countersign the sanies' S we Ibal bear of no more reports' of mnrdtrs. I "It'.mor safety. aod at less expense, than associates. The court. has despatched its boer
'J ," ; ; houses burDened by'tho Indiapi. : dangerous navigation round lew, adjourned; and Jo taubeen'
Cape Reid
: :'"'4 ; >i. i-li 41 b.i iu force in thi* State. ROBERT RAYMOND REID. PrtnUnt. tfge wu to .
l-t.'1 :., ". : 7. .Th oath4" of officers directed to betaken W-lkcI4iidersois. E. Carruigtois CabtlL The ConlmaudioJ General ,could han -Canaveral. ItTnill prevent also the necessity in Jacksonville en the 12th inst. where h

'. : "..:.. rt ',1 u id-r thi* Cmltiilliln. may.be administered by John L. MXi.oJ J Ale C .,.. dispose force ou ihe Atlanticcoast : crossing the inlet at Indian river which probably now is. During his absence from tIIi4

i. ::,: .... : '.. ', aryj'idjj*. or']iu-lice 0rtbepe"ee. of tbeTernory Da-/ G MewJ. John C. MtGtku, in tbe occupation of ,New seldom has more than six feet of water and

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be that Jheri.lt.aearD&Dllor: the''!mantle".of: 'in careningtendrilli.. and bind a'its shag CITY- AITCTIOIV ,STORE," AN ORDINANCE relating to.,'Carts D.ray- }.' 1'kOtPrCT($ 01 of/ill '..- -: ..' ':,: :_ :1f ; : -

Elijah. 'We know that there;'e/:those 'who. tared u&h..o li'H'J bcautifall/ ordered by 'Corneref Charlotte Strett andfuUlc'Square Waggou*;and other Carriages kept for hire.: :' O\V1\T'Or.T: 3'OBX.-: ... .. '," i

would willingly" consent to,enjoy"the honors,and P/oviJfoce'that-women. ;'wh'!i ie the orna-j, having been "appointed Be' at I Ordained by the Mayor and Aldrmrn of "l'U 'l'own 'or $l. Jobw iutnats' OD tb: -: '. "

pi the.salary to the present I.cambeat8 get meat and' dependant mad lo.bl'. hippiet| ,THE the ablrbr. .Auctioneer, for: the th let C'l oridiive of.Augustine for hire ; That no perioD hal lJk.'of the nobl. Rh r 8L Johns, East J i, ;' 1.
COUbca.< ; Cart, Dray, Waggon J
Flurldi
.
:tint off the bench. 'We know that ucla an offer bonn, should be his stay, aud toare- 'nhen ,, City of St. An leave toiufoim the 'v,other carriage within any Ibo city without having abulll fivemiles< about ill junction! with ::,," f .:t 1
smitti n'with sudden calamity-\+ her PUbI4'le be tbe.aeaaud twenty mile.below the town oiJaekwnti0e .:: ; .' :., "
winding now receiveany :
was made to the Judge" tempter, and nU.lat i ready t Est obtained a hceno furiodoitg'fi9ru{ the ," ;
worthy '
and fi..e"w '
Je.wl '
: sslf u to the rugged recesies'of his ,o.turetiad. I goods, consignment, either for public orpruluale. Clerk'of the'.Cit Council foItLr! thirty of Dt.gu.tine. Aa- : .". ,'. ;
being "
time
leer the # lobe
'
we sciLUagaeu tcl saws in the oth_ I Ij supported .Ib drooping bead, aodg He'will also attend Public gale ,who'shall number and register'the same, and fo nearest pact where .ic could be J t... .t L .; J' ,: '

:Jrereaee.' .' The ",won f 1" oald dot sub? .bleat i .up toe broken heart.-IFaahixgtsn] iu ant par of the City., His long experienceinthat which licence, the sum of 910 for lone year,of IlOrtaDCt pa.ibletuesuLlisbawateriog from'ita! pine .r'au1 i. .'.: :' ''. .; t ..
,
-
being >< ,
p.rftCl1"
J :'.bait. DoriU'Jud RKID. 'JKac Ills>cL upwards of thirty,y ear*, upeu.tu the' : r. r.
1rPia .: lne o lu6neur $5 for SIX months;for each cart,dray;'wagon;or North and gist; it .eceiYt' all 1M ." : '. h'
or ':l' .
.. ryts:" The people will jod e of suchlopp onents be bop.wil to give'general sAlifac- other I carriage; 'shall be paid. for tho' use of the the trade winda"wbiob'blow actors advantages the .. t > :. t. .

;:a 1 oqi&t. S _.. Sr :.Artificial Rain Storm*.-One of the ,Jesuitmusic Jlia Auction_ Sale .5 7 Cityand, ODe dollar for the Clerk of the. City Florida..t t1..ume lime attested or the Gulpb heart or,. .' ,:" ;- L .'. '

k naries who resided in. 'Paraguay from 1742 rel'.lar wit.k. 1.ceYe' Council, as a fee for his services.in issuing each uess'peeufa't' 10 a re.ideiea uu the'sea.eoasi. t' .. .
if 55 :
ridav weather ,
,
." ; 17fl7, says : ; ne2t license ; and in case any person persons{ shall r the town u ., : .
There WM""failurej ( thejnailfrpinTal-; Goods -intended for Aoctiontniist be sent in e water opposite {excepting ia the ; .r I I
The taU let dri.e'or hire S i" ,
,dry grass, seeds and bulrushes, Ac, or any cart dray waggonVor rimy reawua) tea thoroughly t'ual tie liar : .:' '
labaure Wednesday. lye cooegaeitlywnithontioforlnailoo before the Sale. 1 LYON.Aadioaeer. ;. '
) "
on are -
afford combustible matter fur moray weeks The 1 other carriage within the city,without barn first coosralueatly is beoeticwllD its elTee. fur t .
lea
'(rom'Ib'al place amok often fills the air with audt impenetrable / obtained such license, jot without hating >the ba thing and tea air. 'During the time 111e,8titiab: j' 'L.

of a later.date than tbe l4th'ult. darkness;;. thlt.the aim la l d.'abd night brought St. Augustine; Jan. 28,1839. 35-t r number of such license.(and no other)paiuted 'wer iu pe..ioa of; Florida; :L Julius was a" '\.,. ..;. .-ii I!

back t t.mid day.. .1'Wl.elr.bave seen cloud and For Sate in figures not lea than three inches long, onijhe1most place of.cuuaiJcrable'nie! : II Uleu bore the write ; : ". '< 1 J

A' in lightning suddenly7 proceed from this smoke, asit I runspicuoo part ofsaid cart,dray,wa"n.or ,' cI the hip. ardJ and many r+er."wcre built : ;' ." "r' :' ;
I seve re gale was experienced >' New LOT ,; .
; was-flying off that in the City of Si.Augustiaesitrted other carriage,so as to be easily and have ; .
like a wl.irlwind, so the In- A seen; and launcb : lF Yotk oaths. 2iib 1J.t by i yhich it U rttima- Idiabs are, not to be; blamed for setting fire to on te'ut'.we..! corner of George and for tile ''management ol the sine; {a sober di- 'u ambwanor all .Itle. 'esachi'thrt can e ws ,, .'rf :;>.:. .t 1 I,

ted that property bas been. damaged to theamount in order to procure rain, they having Cradle ,, OPOlt. Mr.| Benet'a Store, creel aria able.pe-son ; sneh.patron':or penuni ,the bar;maK.approach wphin s3 fret "rl'.e lawn; y:.',: ;: -:. l
:
learnt that the thicker ( about us feet on George street shall tot such offence and !
moke turns into cloudsulaint fronting every forfeit pay.asum'of Ibe flYer banks gently sbpuij '101 the ebanDeI. :. ". -
,
I"" ." of a mllUou,of dollars. which pour forth water.! i end one hundred and a'uty oo Cradle street.. not les than $10. or'm'orej than $20.'. 3 salwctipGou fur repainug the old Kil" '. toad Ji :;,':';:fJ:. ,

iamb fell io ,Also 400 acres of Land, situated oil the west 2. That all licenses for driving 'ur.dra1', t J t.;
was fromSt.
'! Tbe gale Philadelphia, ; Julius l0 9tL l\uIUltIDe. i. ahNt.lj filled ._ :' -
Tha bank of ,the river Alaianxa, about six mika ether .:
Philadelphia American Silk Groner" waggons, or carriages for hire within ..thcity with ; -'
: I.. and property 2eitroyrd to ao immense ameant. >' for D scomber, a plperdnoled to the growth Sout!from the City ol St. Augustine, and half shall hot oe transferable,and.shall bo taken .nulb ratauiuuntsutficie.tl'urthalpurp rJ.ul'.eriptiou..aJlolltiuIL'd"Wlluf? ;aDd, t.. I : ;<;.
-
: Several where carried mil./rm, the ,mouth of Moullrie's Creek. for six or twelve njooths if for sik months,'shall :" r
bridges
art aj of Silk, has,the followiojjIt :\ $ Slat). aaJ. iii vicinity Cur extending; lea saie .: :

by, tbe d iifr ice. s said tbst'N. Biddlr, Esq. has purr Ti./t i very advantageously situated, not commence on the first day of'January, and .on tool ai far as that llace-butl oaring in the dl.- j ',, ;
the .
will *
but afford fint
of iu
; July
planlinlleaerll a plea day each year.-and J if(; fur from
chase d lance 5t Augustine to SLMII"'; al feast
multicautis
50,000
and
L mores trees, '
'The soil twelve
sent months shall
fronting
JKne = commence on, the fiM.day O ode+. 'Sta oral &ata wilt be in im-
Yak. rcr Forty
The Comptroller reports that luted U to in Ibo ailk'culture. ,tin the well Sediate
up engage ; river being adapted the cultivation January of every year,' no.deduction being
t
tb.8th inl sivmkr. m for the accowluudJti"lt of .
to the of Jbaka tdtica JUt. perau'1 p:r ,
uftbe-orange is made io the .
a
d-mlllbr" confidently recommended amount to be paid rOf the license.fur l'
i:. -'ei cwf&twtor carter***7MrW./U.l. Jvr XMS i* ; 5 ./j 5 .Iller. SIt t
WARICIJBJD the
to southern resi
i : ;f-' al dee a intervening time between Ofe dates ; and. t
bl fur those
',.,.yrtnt'i" t hV&hvbtt ribcdt, fl., r : $12,319,175, 9, ..Menday evening, by,. the l .ev.. Mrr deuce...-..'-,.1C .is-kown a. Mario. pUco-' .'Apply e,ery person who shall'' there ,suchji- wishing may to only take an i..tcsre'l necessary; 10.observe are. penou.uamp'a. + .' f r '
to PETER P OM shall be -
oenao .
; and
hur
' "I'' T'bjiTtutamountUM capital'nar be Ram H UO. 31 r. JOHN Stator to Mi. JAKE obliged oftlvreMtw; lt,. .+"adT .,II "d au. in.Je

iacreased. 4S.,_' ,OOO lilts &.... both'of.thu city / j.On j.i. _Nov.29. ANTONIO 28.6W ALVAREZ> quired ed at all times.of this day, (Sunday i < n4_ Iowa of St. Julius t.., b.s &H1I.ed of the firo'bed J ', 'ii- '<
) .carry'all ; warts nitrchmdi J "
Deluca.> / n.-Tbi. varies .From ,x5Year. Munday eveiing; by the ,Rev. Mr. : commodities good ; ***, ai i if t1ai pr..jtCt, aDd the rlainty of III rapid sac ,"', ,., : ,,....' .'. _
on being rlaJa.ml( die .
application + ,
; the barest number the .. Slim& eels, A culuwalinus botlll will be speedily com-\ I',:: :4)t "
*, ( Farmer' 0outi, .Mr. CHRIITOBAL BaAvo to CHEAP 'GOODS, money tendered ; and for neglect or nthl .-r ; k ." 7' -
every '
. *, io the village of Gibe)to roca THOC.- UIIZ'A'.butl of this city. .i< For Sale bySommtr I Co., City HoUl.TTUST so to.do, shall forfeit or"pay to the corporation, clnncll 1"eId, erect II g..uJ d. what Sl. Johns aud I often school house aJrui aDd ;,. : J
the -
of every
AUD ,
AID rirrr)ear York ihe'.charter.. 5- S --. RECEIVED, tbe sum of ten'dollars: ProviJeJ al!ways, That tugs b' lel.lcN. atrlru 10 yi ite,. The "', :
,of the Bank of Central N. at Uiica. The --71' Ilu.lber-
,
; v. 8. D'hk.iu BofiklobaaacharterforSOOjeari, DIE))" 'C9 SILKS, for dresser, the owner of such cart, dray wjajfgnn. or other : rY tree, for the culture uf ilk-Orange Ihe.- J t }y' -

and the U. tf* Bank in New York for 62 In hi t city, at 3 cluck this afternoon; lion. Kid and Silk GLOVES. carriage for was pro engaged to work immediately! Fi: IHe.-Grap Ulirey ald rile others useful ? i if r-

office Danka bare a chatter years.Two Emi Alai HART, of the City t-f Uiica, N.'Y. aged Lies' Hair CURlS, some person, or hall offer such other rea oii- a pruductiuur of the tar tb. c..u be cqlri."tlC byre !t J
tbon.aDcI.e ,. HANDKERCHIEFS. Ac. able'excuse u shall be !of the
Coors
:.end lenhIWO.. G4'y ors The deceased was furmeily a 1l1lio. approved by as well AJI i'l any .iulilar latitude Ibruu.buut the .
t I.' gout d citizen ol the cur'e of New York himng Jan. 30, It&>. 35tf. or magistrate 'before whom- the'rcase may be'w Plated .,C'Sr the entrance uf one 01 the : !

.- -"- been a nember of the Senate,and alaoa uieuib ror r' broQ hi. j: I ,D ust beautiful trernll in the nnirene the advantage 'j' J .;

r SILK CULTURE. the Board of' CaD,1 C.lkImia.ionefl ur that ,3 'That'aU d drivers of carts, 'dras.. wajrcon' *, : ur this town are prcrliarlr emiuelil- ; 1 .

. From tit SiCk r. Slat 1I. bar also been f-voiably known to tbq L. L RElIOVAL.. or St. Angufiiite and other carriages in thi* city are'strictly pro- .tJ18 river ill navigable Got 'tecwboc' upwards I; I: .

Upon 'the settlement Georgia, in 1722. the Ii'iz ns of this place as an (honest .o iprigli I ; and'the Piiblic generally, that be hibited from. driving at'a; faster ate than! walk two bmndrrJ miles, into the very heart or a fer 01. ',., 1 ; :. ,
culture of silk waa also cntitemplated u a principal man and of the wbc'introduceU or slow trot or pace; streeu'.and; on 'Iile and :
into
a tanl has removed hi* Dry Goods and Corker wdubriowruuatry, wtieh db&tl.as will
retailing ,L._ ,
1 object of attention and Unas were granted to thin. 'erritory the Man M'ulUcaidit. uow 1 ei. Stere .to the bou.belonging to bier 'FaDer.f.approaching bill or .turning of street. *, they (a s noun 8' .the ludiaur are re.Y ) be thickly ; t. -,.1'-.1<: I. 4\.
setter, .eouditivn that not drive faster than a'alk.
they And .
,
upon planted one ,
' tens rely> and profitably cultivated. fronting Day. He .11 begs leave to !i any rrttledKhere numenur, towns will. tea formed, ; : : ,
; handfvd white mulberry trees on every ten.acres, ;ln this city, on the 13&; in.'.. THEODOREelde them that he hail just received an white or free person of culoir violating this ? who produce marl be cuuYe1ed o'tlWlII.tural .. / :: .

when cultivation.Trees cleared ; and. ten years were allowed furtheir t child of .Mr. Philip \ man, Jr.. r| auo.lmenlor staple and fancy articles,consisting adJitola, .'.clause lars and, shall if.a'.bve.'bi'owuer(orrdt'a.d pay the sum of five dl".l-l I i! depot, Oil the way to mukt.l", This r.nored'J'oL ) .t I .<'

in part <>f Irish Liuen. Linen Diaper, and TableCloth oreDlIloler".ll&lIlt[ wlI be the result uf fashiuaables'and, ruvalidr J: f ;
*
: M d.and the of silk wormi pay a like sum ; and on refusal I
were
eggs pASSE
the Uniou
GERS Muslin thloUghullt II "r
; de assorted be \
Laipe, patterns.;Bob- Play worthy e:1'.4' 1
'. '. sent oter by,the trustee to whom.the'tnanaf emeut IMCI the Steamer Florida-M.: Wharto'r, m inet I lares.'.Plain and cross bored fancy 3litalin.C.mbric ., i said slave shall.receive. not le s'th'in' ;ten, nor Dldrk. th'ru9t. Johns :I.,.u reu.ote from IlidJilQ! -. ', ., i 1

55 : clergyman of the olony and was al&&sifo'or committed. An Episcopal J.J and 2 children Mil Potter, Mrs. !a. Frailty1\ Black.'and Creen L1c Veils, I l more 4. That than tho twenty following stripes rater in the be allowed market Itoute; iI' j Jinricls; arid that the moccarin la nOl'left ita .). ;. ;- .1 t
: Piidpionl. wereengaged cartmen..
ilry IQI. Mi_s Everingbam, Din G. Bryaat Back and White Silk, aud Cotton Linen .for print within uany titles of this place S :: f.papt. f.
i' I to (unmet the peojje in the art of tear .I.1 Madran loading, carting, and nnloadineYiz : The water for domestic orJ.ear: ; -
.. iiig the Wurin and winding the aitk. In order to Mr.S., M. Willaul.; Mr*. L. 'J, ,' and Pongee Ilanlkerchiefsdouble For each load from the City atra'past excelleul. u.III '.' .'';:' .'. f ;

.. ", keep alive the idea of the silk culture, and of the M i.Ilirnoe' Melr.. Locker, Peudergrait, Glove,aud embroidered single w"rked Tippet Collar Merino. Kid and and Silk of Tolomttoi'Streetalong faidjareet, and I miuenl rprinFs ailJuumeronssulphurousenJutliet are found ill.II.I 'nei lliJO' troc. ,' ,' '-" J .

., -views of the Government respecting.il. PU onside sill, Puns, aod Robertson.. on the east side of Sanchez C reek,:o a The ;t : ',: '
1 Silk Sliawls, black silk Draid.Sheeting.. and river opposite abounds f i fish of tle'cbuiacct -
\ : .
'
pf the pobTe seal was a representation'silk or lane called Canoyo l..a Irie. tannin l east t<, ,t and :1 : I l '
Shirtinf'. Ladies and Messr Hoods, one trunk quality, omen of 11 superior hiid tea \l"'i'' ; ,
worms in their various with the T the waters of Matanza Rive'r. 12j t
stages appro E .10VRIVAL.If btt obtained 'ndive -
their
: with a variety'of other arti cts'l rues bets within the : ; 11 I '
J'
lUAI.4 % For each load i
Frncl'I'erfumery. distance the .
within
priale motto vibi sets nliis.
rw n By a rnanu* offers fat ule'cbuaper than above limits. any T pace of two hour.-the woods in tbE rep are r ;, '

senptvoluweofproeeedinguand'aecounuofrhtrutees ever f.r ca. h. : .12 Kali stocked witbdeet'wild' lurkietan.Ith;: '
, ,. to which the writer has laid -ceell. it For etch Io.id any distance within the : > 1 1 i
& All goods at Store and not I g amo-withia a few inks are the Dieg.. PIJin.; -'
I appear. that the first parcel of ri'k' ,'biebte.. received bought my being> above limits \., any point south!Canovas .; i 1 .
which natural sarannefu affi rd lilr '
"
be .
,
the at.they are, represented to maybe returned Lane, rue many ; I
25
by trustees was received iu the year : : hODdred feed cable aM suiie of the rltlte.llaDda j
within four hourr >
twenty and the refund _: '
money Fore rh load from _
Canoras :
.
1735 when of Lane '
eight silk eJpoi.ed. running
pounds raw were P.UUT 01 ST. j ed ; and I don't charge per cent.' south of i. East Florida ere in d aur cinitr. The front ? ::'. tt
from Savannah 2 along the east side Sanchez
\UHUSTIN.
to England. It wa* madeinto Jan.'28. 1838. 35tf. :. lo sin SI.John. are JOO reeilCIIIOI the Kinr at'igh "
a piece, and presented to the Queen. re.Heroine.YaruluurCharleston,2thours 1- Creek or any intermediate plice,, 12 Z h water ; they contain StJ" feel trout, j
', ARRIVED: b'Il ;> :
From this time until! the, rear'1750, there areentries UST received at the: Citi Auction Store first For each load from any pollllitblO the I deep ;dl other tits are 100 fret rroJltbTJU5 is I J :r '.;.'_ I' l."
of from J named limits to of_ :
i large parcels of raw silk received ihr. Colunit ia and for private sale any point west de pile: The.lrincipIIIS1teeI.e8I1edtbeAvtn e, :
from .
f a cini e. Sanchez Creek far <. :; t .
Georgia the of > u as Borana' Old !
produce cocoon raked the-in- hinJ .f,
by j S. Steamboat I'oioi te 20,doz. Cane and Rush bottom Chairs, 1 IS .00 feet wide : through the cenlre or which .: -> .. -.1.1
habitants; and bwtigh front them at .Ul>lihed f t n, lhk .Ferry, and as far a* tile wellt'e l'd'or the ,'.
20feet '
rOM a promenade wide, to be shaded
ICri 10 .lo.' Windsor Chairs :
U. S. Troops. by
.k. i J.
.
lines -
,
price, by the agents of tlf tru.le;.., who had i it j running from the Ton Marion to Ibo the Wild -. .
i chr lido. dn.4y'riuui Magnolia Orange,Cedar Bay tree and r j
reeled | Maryland .Me-z. Satilla River. east side of St. Sebastian
off onJer their direction. In tU 1151, Riy,r. 25 f
year nth beautiful
of 1ia}
I : r Cfer rernr
tTeadtCuffee8rU., .I'ark
Scl.r. Francis S.itirla conntrl
Hiver.
;
i For each load '
a public. filature was erected by order of' the trnJ J .-. .- -- 2 eU Cut Glass Decanters. Cannier Line within from the any first potntnorth; of !. .tr t iI upon s similar rLm- The mall ill front ; .. I 'ft.. ,+
Tlie eiport* of silk from the feat I75Q. specified limits to will be ornamented double 'or Palm ltees. t
by a row
to ITt..f. inclusive : 1 HE EXHIBITION Day noon S. any point! of, North City, south of i I .
amounted tu Iu the I' pieces .t Joyner No buidingetcrptiog{ wharr. will be .
Sheetings Shirting* .
, year 1757, one ousand and'fifty pounds of raw t>r. THC TWO :do. Canton FJ mnel. .greet, continued to the Sri SebicUan allowed Deanf'tt..n due hundred fret from the ., .r. ;

.i1k were received at. the filature. ,In the year l'BL31E1NU MORAL IINTISGSOF 20 do. Linen River, ,25 rinr, : Tbewhulgtoxa u laid out Ob aa llIliued .

,- /"" ,.7G3.. this iJ'h"rij wa cpo, imtd by fire withgaaotitj a ADAM AND EVE! Irish Linen DLiper.5do. 35 do. Furniture Lane For! .each load from 'sOl1th 'of.Canovas} place reaching an attitude or about sixty feet-, .,

'', but anutbcr of aiUcaIWl'7tJ40pouaida of ci>ctMini.;. "w J I* ep n Dn'i S aulglt CoL Gix'a 10 do. Book Muiiiu,. 1 do Chek. 'r'MUlln. S JOTlMulre to any,t.-point> of North v, City I 1 outb of 3L-1 i. camBlalldin a good'rises of the titer and be .: i :
building Will erected. In the f
bU .
year do. Calico. higher orrrlookinglhe No -
h'voar: r 20 lea. expense will ,; '
: *" "t For each load from northot ;
lhe'coloDY exported upward of 10,0001 The chaste arrangement of the figures admits| J01 duz. Madras an'I Romal e nankerchief", City any point br p.ied hy'Ihe'Propr'tetnr fit' the PJI'If'. 10 -." .,,', .', 0
Gates
to south of
drbtofr." ailk. which poldtwn three hil any'other point .11' "
or ID do. Silk Hose '20 do. ender 1..J..bn. bath rleinretoCJn8+ and hnhhy. J
oldie nur.t fastidious -l'l'Ihe e "
(oCjLjdie: lusts, to w Colon h..e, Street o -
lings higher pound than that of rte Joyner continued to the St. Sebastian A
per *
.other
'A full block is aU"wfd
any th-jm without tl! e leas'Joffence' to delicacy., ,:, 10 do. Ladies and Mes r.. Hood, River, '* |I' 12 for a Church Dud School. 1 "
cODntrr.C ordIDI to an M3ttment oft| O* Admi ioin from 9 in. the morning.uutilO. 400 pieces Black Silk'Braid. 250 feet of Lumber shall constitute( load. and aJ.jnt 20 acres fur a public 1'nrk. "Lkb i. at '
Williaiu Brown. Coutrollcr a
of toe C .titUl. off thiclllr
in present w.oodd_wltlr Lire UJk. 3la
(he evening., j ALSO 250 Brick load. ;uoha -
Savannah, 8,829 pounds of raw ilk were exported boxes a Cedar tied other oruam"'lltnllpe. I'. >
Aooiua cr. cents. Children .half 10 Shoes & Boots.x 400 .d on ." '
load.
betwen the year 1755 and 1772 inclusive. 6. I Silk Moleskin Hats Shingles a J the II he'II'orti..u uf the ellale. T/e/t of
re. Tickets to Mr. CAHB case ree j1x:
hogshead \
a
Pre II Store. One full ,
The last parcel brought fsale Savannah b or.Pipe a double Load I
.
at ,was 50 3Iu ket.7 Pi Si. AngiKtine. 1e.. ISW3. pair .
One Tierce ..f Rice Su .' .
: load.
in the year 1700. ".en u ardsi'f two bUild,d \. or gar. a I tile whole of which might be built if .

weight wer x.purchiued for exportation at Ids4 I Cncttp Goods for Cash only s Madeira Wine cRpcEiuts.pipe ). Superior One B4rrcl. half a load. f I r..d. 'Ier.wu.Vishing 10 make earn upon ti'e tltauger iefJ'li J'.f
and 25s. per pound j HE Subscriber is ; citizen of 4: Cord of Wood a 10a.l.l.ery t"
f 31 b1u1M
.teullo life' 4 d >. Sherry .do. J\ article. o. rry'gnoyes. eanbe provided .i'h pur. \ :
Some .'Ie lltiuli was also paid; in e .l-timu. Florid and full cart or dray Io,4d of goods,/maremerclaudisa *, ( or from h t : r
a. the Territoryof .paiticuUrlr 4 ba>ket. ; lions la.nd lU to :!to Ben:!. \Varrap- ', IIy
to the( culture of ailli{ in South Carolina ; and th ,, o the city of. C't.. Augustine Jacksonville, Man* 10 boxes 'Cbamfigne. and cdmmodi es. not I.eeloore''mumer2t tiller will he glean to Itllrl"heeeu .. ,'.'". r :. i' i.. 0

writer has been informed,that during a certain. d j rir. and Black Creek for the liberal patronage 5 boxes Wine Bitter: ,5 Legs d, and in bulk and weisLt/not equal Ternis'of payment at'comllloJ"tin;. i<

'period, it waa a fashionable occupation. The j. 1 bas received of them, and solicit attention to C Rum 10 bbls. Cider. Rai.il\. to a full hogshead or pipe shall constitute' a load I' Fur farther 'partirulara.ipply tu the I'opri..tor : J: $\ ; "
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: ladies sent the raw silk produced by themto F4tg> i tl is'Gclrerilmenilud a rbare of public patron- T> bLt.. Soda Biscuit. That if any owner or river/of any car t. Or. AtakzW WncH, Jlt t. Johns, orau, Gen '! } ; I
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land and bad it manufactured. ." In the year a ;e for the present year. Finding the city ,br'e r- COO lli>. Bacon Ham*. Ib."Smoked Beef dray recei'e', or other carnage for bit?, shall demand or P. :._Sure., Agent, Bt. Augustine.e "_ .<. ,: :i ',
1775, Mrs pmekney. the same lady who about't with transient tnr Icr he to do :realer rases. rri e 'or prices fire th I "
to itroinpelled .10 kill Mackerel. boxes Herrings, anl inocl's AND LOTS El'1C.tCED.' it. !
ten before, hud introduced tlw I Smoke i carriage any of the alticlrr;r.entiunrJ; 'in lb ;
years itrdigo plant' a[carte bu ine* ,nifty, to enab'e: him to c.ipe [with 20 yr. bOlt beet Spanish \ -
into South Carolina Took wish her lu England a and ho himself Began f 4th dace of this ordinance:titan are allowed>the Lot. lcJCk. j'
o cis, j-lcdgc to keep 01'lud of which be sold cheap for Cash. \ : : i
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.. of .1 ,'i I person so offending, if a while ova frvn in I General Snllth. { ,
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q ntity filk. wbUb tbe had raised ai mpcrior a ,irtment of all kind of Good i nl I)5 r. L. LYON person It'' :. :

and spun in the VH inity of Charleston. *uffir< .otto |hi|.. line of bufincM, and will veil theiii DI l
make lhro complete, drcMrs ; olle..r them was | i 01 less than any ..Ihel in tills: city;w hole-.Ir or a fine of five dollar; and if a slave, hu owner 10 lelanll & Silillnon.' ': J H
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presented tolhe princess dowager of Wale*, and rUail. Any foods taken'' from his store to |I.ok Public JVottce.JO or employer shall pay a like s im. and nil refus-il \ 2" 3 Mrs_ Nicoll. .. :
lord : to pay the same, the said shv i shall be dealt with \ 5 H 9 31N. Nicoll '; .
another to Chester'e'd! allow t- 6 ,
i returned in \
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They were r'ed l, and n<* twenty lourhourp t.
ALL whom .
it may concern I give as I. 3 C I. II II ; 'fi
be | pub uRroyidediuthetoirddnurtofchi .filtallct"e. u 3 ow. .
10 -
.I-qu..1 to silk : The M. j
any ese r imported. I c6mid | sold. advance -
e < I'I an chaigcd on lic notice, end do caution all ..' ir .
third drelJl.llhw (' in Charleston Dnc peront 6. That if any person baying obtained a' 1 license 'f 3 Cftl. 1111110'". '. ,, ; ..;
( ) in the pos- t 25>tr cent. Any wishing credit \ .
.u daughterMr.llurry'irreuiark
a'- for their
( met "slet| to pay more poods.'and byallihjr.alhis' Mr*. Janet Graham allor any of the of four offences ainrt thin ordinance 6"/ 5 'CoL {Yarrrn. '. :' it i- ,
part ;
tie for iu 'j FER "; : _! .
beauty :
firrnueM.nnd vtrength. The .toesthey man ,,article* : '
( can get RY TRACT of I ,
St. '
or Height before to
Sebastian any\ina itratc'of th'ncitT,either himself a u I. Edd,. i J
; by "ap
quantity of raw exported a. men li mli.was i for halt f>rire by pay me the cash Ills o sort. all or any. part of Six Thousand Acies, called ( j' .. 6 Min iud Master ;1. ';'iJi". "I
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other th -:
any or driving Campbell.-
small i fir during six year, 001:1:01 ponnd-; ,neat in liner of Dry Good*, Fancy artiU ]BUENA VISTA the St. nnd person person u '. ; '.: ; .i
COII.II on Johns : any &cart, dray, yraggon.or other carriage which 2" \ j Mr TI aYer". ;: I .: -.1 .I
entered Ui
were at custom honfe. The. quality Ladie-1 Bonnets. HaU Shoe boot. f .r ,
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s all othei lacd-i iu this and and f :\ -
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Territory 9ucb license I Mr.
; refers J. Fitzpatrick. .
of it was excellent; according to the certificate any : any he |ball forfeit such li-' ) ;, :; r-. ,: )fi'I -' 1:
Cutlery. &C-&nd ;
Hardware. Carpenter Tools ; 1
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Lot in era City of St. Auguntine ; which said : and shall be entitled 2 II t 17. )Ir. UIelow. 1'1' .
of cerlificatn of Sir Thomas Lbonbe emintnt sense pot; to receive one i in _': : :. .'. 't
.the tf nearly' every article called fur, too nnmerous to LoU md Lands t .4. ".. 1 .:
(except the Height of St Sebastian less thl twelve months tller slier.e I" ., \I'. ..rlt d. : : ,.,1 I"
ailk it ,1
manufacturer had '
beauty as the silk,of Italy.as At much New strength Bordeaux and mention, haring received rfoni New other Vork; Philidelphia I- accidentally or designedly left out' of iii 7.5And he it further ordaiijed, by the authorityaforesaid. 1 It r. Up..enek. .-,\ .'-i":.oJ'; .:.Y. : ,, :. ,, '. ..' .

French settlement 70 miles abave Ct.rlc'Ioo. I'ral plce. mortgace. are more fully described m' the mortgageon .That all ordinances or path of ordinances It 6 I"""ery(d. ",,,.; 'I. j
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"' Augusta in extf / ultmrnt and will ( record,, me tt of heretofore 3" r Rrieryrd. ..: .
lielrll "Trustee my parsed, reguhting cart; driys.wakgons ; ; 'i(
people supplied much of the with .
.. hifh cnutitry receive by nearly every Iriivl good.of tarimlercripduns'whicb 's chi dren fur the tbe said :; .
'S j purchase money |by or other carriages, be and the same are 6 ) ltearned ; ; ; ;. !
silk .
dnri/ig the of the Revolution. .
sewing war .. al'all he Void, if rt coil. lell' ,) Dancy and Mr*. Graham, and which they .eru+e hereby repealed." \ I f 1.ff 1:1 Un. U. Crown. ,', .f' f 4

doe* not wi,h, In puff: but have the public io pny. But if Mr. Daucy will |uy tne, t!.her ian Passed ICth January. 39. 8 It:1\ Rev. D:\ ruw.. I ':: I 1

Female lnjlutnct and inlf j.-I have. come and judge for thm.rlhrrore they pat bound to, the principal and interest now due < F. 1.\O.\NCY,1\Iaor. S I

observed: that a married man tailing into j j|'cbal elsewhere l as they can save their money my +mort*ge, and net tell me .be has told m e, Teat P. B. Dcxis, Clerks .To 1"0ellltlke"s. '.,"4'r : i". :
and credit+Ma, J01S'J. HEDl CK. that he me nothing when I have asked him WOlonrneyuien I IMeuakrrsare wanted ,- !
'I i ,nitsfprtone it mere apt to retrive his situation. owe T 'r': : .1 .
10 the world than a single one chiefly be-I. St Anu'tin Jan 1.1S.PUDLIV i for what is rightfully mine-then I canno objectto r \ .J .h'medi"tt.IYJ.'IO "bulII"IIIII'I"llk cnl.'y- I. :it,. t'L t

came his tjpiriti are soothed and; retrieved SALES his selling and making titles lhb.e THE of Stj ,Augustine andl i it* uentruJ RaJ wars will bet girrn'-lbarlertua ,". !: I

1 United State land in E it lands. F. J. AVICE. ,are re,pectfuy|! mvited! to call andexamine wager wju be pa .I. Ii :
lj doroetli endcarmrnts sod hi. self les ;' .Of > FIriJa St.. Ang'i8the., Jan. 12, 18:59.: 33-tf a splendid! variety of N MICHAEL: USIN-\. .' ..' 4t
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peel kept alive) findiiig'tbaLJijtbough! all .deferred for further period' of: I WATCHES, JEWELRY. ANDI.FASCY 'I, T1e Charleston 'erreu!' rill give the a"J.' : : .

abroad (>e da'knrss and humiliation, )."t 'i; fiintty Day. I a'11a1'BliaZrB !GOOD( bon three ip.eniun.. a'il r..rward the account ,.. ji j

still a little world of love at home uhich lie NOTICE is hereby given that the public) : Y virue of two writ Salt iued The Subsbriberha just received from Charleston It tbis of ke. r- .
11 monarch. Whereas such portion of the lands ordered : Jftjfr the !I. l O.e II. 1&.18. \ i.
a single.mao U a lot oUI.of Superior Court for_the Districtof v ../ t.tA'sgnrin.I; j .

to run to waste and self'neglect ; to fine y 'Land on too 11th day .October St. last;,iu to b bp1 at the! East Florida and to me iretec and delinr. Gold Patent Lever Cold L'EpinerEi >clish I ..erl"l.u.c.'" : : 1" ; ., 5S J
Otnce-at Augustine
himself and Florida ed, I will at public in the city of St.Angnxtui ; French and Swiss WATCHES. A '
looely- abandoned and his heart expose UECtIVt:1J: : t
arhr..Prince. from. t'
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the 3d instant not pfOr t '
Monday, as have .JUST ;
on Silver Table and Tea SPOONS / < ,
to fall to ruins,, like some'de.erted mln.ioo'. been' offered at the dateof'" the .nal of *. (in front of Ihp Court.House) on the ; LADLES : .lebm'd'd Ileua of luhwen 'it Co., t
receipt Cream and
thi Oth day of March between the hours of Sugar BOWL3 : Sugar TONGS .
for want of an luhahitkot. I have ofifii had j notice at aaip;' office, is deferred until, and w 10 o'clock at A. M. ncst clock of that dot. Rice SPOONS and Silver MUGS. ;. .'Ne" Yorb. the most complete arid perfect assort. > .
al m'ntof PEkFU. ItItV.&e'Vc.eYlr.JLabltcd.: 1
occasion rrmark Ibe fortitude pith wihicb of March '
commence on Monday Ibe/.r day the interest of Fernando' Arredondo .. 'JEWtLft}. "
,. laZ ror tale in this ..n..tilt "
women tnstain the n, .. overwhelming [e- I nuL', d c'd.'in a certain haute'and lot situated in said Fine Ear Rin?., 'and fine Coral ; Jet Pearl, citl. ; .r- b i !
I Alto that thje public sale of land ordered to CUf.1)LNF.It'.1TEtt. J' ..; ,1.
verses of fortune. Those disarten''wbi; c h city i and St. George' street hounded on the and Diamond PINS and RINGS.. \ .
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jbreak'down the/ipirit of mau and prostrate te be held at the sarrc 1lac on Monday,:,the 17thinst.rls East by said street Jon the South by 'lot hebnzin* Gold and Gilt CHAINS i Silk Guards ;'Coial Fl.nnllJHu.. '- !' .:<.ii- .- .r

biro ia.the dust; satin to call forth all the enr deferred until and of wlUcoinn March nce enMoiid k b Ml. Capo, on the North by lot of Madame1'.erlult. Necklaces : Geld ,Keys ; Gold Pencil- ; Silver IIJ..EV vI f .. ,., ,' '.. ".','.', 1 I ; ';

cries! of the softer sex, and. give inch .in Me- A y. the tigktun'b! day will beroalt next., givcii 4 und on the we*tbv Bridte CreekT"keo Knives. for fruit. Also'the following .el articbr. fur lIre/ hem '.' < 'tf Ji'. "" "S: "'-"; '':..
paiticular description b And. n variety of other Good. -
the of Fernando Maza Arreo'ondo great too numroiu
pidity and elevation to their character, tha the sale as property ketobiei.tcliilp.u.. -'r.. unwni'upch iu relute .- ; .
of the tractor gad lown.r.il"| rwhic Sen. deed, to satisfy two judgment and co latproved artkle tut the
at time.it. approaches tu luMim ll. Nothing j i .aillbe:deferred until tlie four of 'ac.Pet. or suit ia f slot of Atha'el, Howe,,'surviving partner Augustine, Jau. 22.1833.. 33- : .d etubelhshments Conplpst for Ito-n.'j hair I' ; /;,. \':.f1
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can be more touching than to behold i 'put sii.iht to this'ii tice. ] S Ac. vs. Char lea,Robiou. Executor. &e. lJDlltm _. : .,:,r.., fJ I
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eoh and tender female M bo hid been al I Given under my!hand at the City of Washing.By / F. LANCYDepllatshal. I < ; !. k' Jt.
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". 'weakneM and 4epeodedce; and alive to every ton this, ff day o Dembr)1. DUREN.1i 33.t St. Augn,iine,.10th Jan.. 1839 Hotel. ,N Itanr !lr PO'Tder'I'.' 'l'mkey Soda Spongy I'owden.l, i. 'z," .'!j -.., ..'f-x-;i.r t .

triral raD bt1e .. while treading; the pet the 'President '-. : ''I'I aCity Undirsif-ned respectful I! 1.ulrtue.Bnalrs. ,cut :Iall. I r ,/ 3 1 t

of life 'lId4el11.rl.! io incut al) turce to bi I JAMKS> WniTCOMa? i / 'SYntUe.SIX I $ his friends and 'th* public 1)0. dj, Chin:. "f( 'r,, 1 I

I the comf..ftefaail supporter of ber bathe: Coraauwranef his 0<*, trlJVOTMCE. Lea .*- :' WEEKSsikerdatetwillapplytot: he' that he has ,ledscJ the! .Lrthet ru.lbe., ft..1; Brushes. Cbtb Urustau. I? :' : -iJ ', '

, under misforiuhe, abiding with uobriukiuj ---" ./ the Judge of the County Court of St. : .tabishmeni| which I'QrY' 1'auth tombi, R.izro, Urf'U nl Case" }J'.V" i J

j firm.... the 'bitterest blassof: adver ity.fa .- John Co of Administration on will'in future be kept by lim in a manner, he ''f.atter, Mrerr and *lUJdrj" r i' i ; ; .: :
FERNANDO
the vine "bit'h.b. 1.. I"=add tt' ',r I CORGE L. PHILLIPS and JAMES W I theEstataof 31.ARREDON0 trusts, that will give satisfaction to all who may 1 'ro.tetlw.r with'reithaip"y of french 'a'd I I :. .'
ug race I GOULD. Esquires, are appointed niy i Jnn., lite of Fast Flnrida'dereased'' .under aPower favor him with their patronage, and to entitle 1.JugIUlJ! ,Prrjan+tties Iud .fllJlg Arlarlel, which "..' t. I

fut foliage'about'the,oak, iud.been lifted bit I 'to transact all necessary business during of Attorney from the widow nnd twin or the House to retain the ''i igh" reputation it has are :re d for sz'e an the Dlilst. rea.ont.le{ terms.<' _r T 'f .., ."I 55 ;', .

in'suabbineo tall when the budI.1tIl\1 nTyabwnce.! '- 1 P.B..GOULD., saidEtate. CHAS. ROBIOU1 so long sustained; C. M. ROWAN., I bT- Z_ UUTflER.,. : ; .: f ..

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I 5. Cash paid Ambrose Cooperj \" Dec. 5. By bre, eied.or Bernardo VAX,BU REN. Presidentoftht UniledStatet OF'S Library will pleat select front the c ulo

i ..' .'r ,.,. It ,'d tcrttcct'at MdnJuu.from .'gui.'i. 2000 I Of Amor'ua, do horeby declare an 1 make known what thy wilf have. .v "

1.'. -' '".. ?$; K':'. J*., S10/1" .j. c u *; Do.Joshnaioyner. IO'f21 that a public sale will: be held a4. St,Augustine SEBASTXAN.I 2. All'Strangers must leave in "deposit.,

,1 : moacA; /Dec.2b\Do."Antonro"AlvVrez, 49123, (the Territory of Florida, on Jllonday the 5th UPON a: U. ;, value of the set of books borrowed until & ,
". ; Do. James M. Gouldfor T-a; 'ltCJ?., ,1"iwri day November next, for tbe disposal of the bounded by the St. Sebastian's, the returned. 1. "

fHtir'9ean 18XJ' 34 13.- .Jan 2. Do.. Philip Weademan Y.CUik ofbi P u blic land. within the limits of the undermentin- Proprietors have laid out a number of Lots, extending 3. No subscriber will be allowed S to '

iJ1 .. \I' '"' 6925 townships and fractional townships the Eat from the High Lands or Hills, down to bean one t of books at the same a. .,,1
; ; J ; pf.i Land the River. The situation.is! well suited for a .
., .- flewhtedtjVanBrurt Char : WeadinanPvor; Fund, I U Florida District to wit: J out extra pay.
" : jf '", ,*'i. ', 'iiwzf1fuT4Ldrge1M44booLs, ,2J OL ..Feb 2. I'hdip %Veademau, Lterk oj North ojt Base Lin and East of 'Meridian Town or Village, and possesses many stnkngadvantages. 4. AH persons keeping books w S

\,. o"',;, '.. : .> -: '' FebfW 18. Caab pJ i Leubuu 11 l'ahk.., -\. ',' Ma'kd 566! Fg townships J, 2. 3,4, abd t, 't. The St. Sebastian, like most of the, week'will oe charged ntrar' lDore1haaOlt'.

.' ;>. ." fj. : 0' '!,awfrfedwvtng:1j4cbady t-J 1' ."': .f4 Du. t'bilip\ Weaenian. Poor )Iary'. River orange twenty threi Eltor Rivers in the vicinity, is but an arm of tbe Sea- 5. Any.books taken from the

if"... ; ,"1F' < ; .u' ; 'Wi4tt'aZianfrurnthe2urLi&' ;. Fund lISt Townships 1,2,3 and 4;and fractional.township and afford! the'mOlt excellent fish, oysters and I torn or damaged in any way more Librarr ujf

.: \}:> ; ', Oi 1kadiioikCizp JO !latch; 2. I'b.lip Weademan, CfcrtJun oj 5, of range four. clams. The, prospect the North East and East mon wear the damage must be paid.tJuan for.u.e eo..l
'. V., ; IL. 1.). '. Townships 3'of and South ii extensive and picturesque, and fromno .
t ,.. ri.-, ? : ;. ;, !acb. 1'ut3I.e. iuqirov- y Market. 868 l,2and range twenty1ve. G, twill be expected that as soon.
.. ... ... .' .;". :" 't> tag 1rc.Is. 23 ( ) 1 .-'' 22. E. U. jould, Mayor, Poor Fund, 2 GO :Township 1, of range twenty point does the City of I,;Augustine appear are reudtbeywillberezurned.For tile Voob_,

1 I ', > ': i.." .. .r 'Apr 18.: lJu.' t. Fontane,, do.' ,5 5j4 /pril' 1., l'hiilP.W adewlln;' CLerk oJWarktt ..Fractional 'Townships 1.2 3, and 4. of range to such advantage as from this newly lectedBite TERMS. '.-, ;

i"% 1" i' p.# f .. .. ",Ala 2. Do. \y-aoeuittu.sr.3iar-. 'I\ L ',9. 624 went) seven 1 j I ; from the Heights the 'City harbor, and I each volume per week j

- \,.:. ,!,<.;. ,':".: '* ,'. :"'-':; ,'. ."S. v Clerk, h.a talary, '.,,6 W .a. *''l'J1ilavWeodenaul'.Po Fund, 3,3lJ Fractional Townships: 2, arid '3, of range Ocean may all be had in view. S Subscription'for 1 month, 81 gy ISJciata. '"S -,
l. ', ? i The Health of Su has been long *
\I'; .:: : 2..I'hllp Weademan i.Murket-. eight. I Augustine' "
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..a .. ay2 Do. IVuiu Utaduian. 'CUik if twenty Do. 3 do. 400. .
;, 4* t .. ". .'. t1trk/uI4lClTY, .,..0 j"J ., J' Market, '\' 43 6iJune2. Fractional townships] 1, 2, and 3, of rangetwenty known and appreciated ; S.t. : Sebastian cannotbe Do. 44jC do. '
J 6,50.
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: : : ,. 'f ''Jo.furCllyAccountrC."dl,\. ,. nine. less salubrious, since it i i. removed from the "
., Do.Puiii> Weademan. CUrkof ,l' Do. 12 do.
.. -:., .f fF. City than half mile. The Sea breezes 12.
the not
t. BucLct, for I'atrol Hooin 2 ocj MarUt. \ 22 37i South of Base line and East offhe Meridian. more CATALOGUE
,::f.-4 ". 5. ) B Cfcr2 : Township 5 of and the absence or pernicious air. make this the- BOOKS, ;
.- .. i' u. ; LguibVuuCil | July 2. Do 1'h.lip" Weadenjaii Clerk of range eighteen.| 1.2 The Abbess 2 you .
r- : : # : finest climate in the United :Atel. There
.. yn. wfary, 25 00 ", Market 13 181 Town.hip.ran'd 6, of range nineteen. may 3. Harry O'Reirdon. .
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'. :' _..:. a' 8. Do; V. Sanchez Letter I'aper, 3 5 > ." 5. Do, Gt- L. Fhil: Tax ColUelor T 5, and 6, of range ,twe ty. be. rapid change 'of "weather and sometimesrude 4, A Father's "
ips Legacy
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i ; ; f. '. '. a. 'e Do. R. D. Fontane, improeingtlrtett l 144 4: Townships 2.'3, and 6. of taDe twen y one winds, but generally the air is bland and .
o.llolyday Present. .
r .:. : 12 I8J' Fractional 1 a wholesome, and seldom do the Inhabitants a -
'. 20 Do. Geo. L. Phillips, fax Col.- township to w usbips 2.3,4,5, flu pass 6. Southern andVe.ern S
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i -', ;Aug 31. Do. D.Allen.repairingfeneecif lector 895 6, of range twenty two j day without seeing the Sun ." 7. Souvenir Sonwter., .

cc :, r: ', .*, /' Wic Sju/wijUayVu. :. ,12 Ol Sept. II. Do, Geo L.rhilipl. arrearages ..Townships. 1,2.3,4, 5and 6, of range twenty The Orange Groves, which used to be the 9. ldajoritek Minstrel S .
_:. ; .: _1 ,., -\Septl 7.DoiairuCooper.forbridge; ; th ree. I pride and charm of St. Augustine, are recovering i Downing,
<' ., Taxeti 6G 60 10.
City Tale
3 0 cM. ".\." !.._ wer Maria Sanchez Lreek. 200 r. 2. Do., Jon. A Llutublas, Clerk- of. S Townships. ,3, 2,. 3, 4, 5.and, 6, of I range twenty from the severe blight of 1835. .We hall agam. 1 1,12.TlieUst2uer,2vo1s of Romance:: ,_ .
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.4 "lJJ.'U.l e& i.tt1'kCu.lICil, I' 1r Markct foar. i \ .- / and soon have oranges ; and the beauty of 5;
09 :.
J 223 '
__ 13. Nautical
_________ Re miniscenes S '
,' ) lK i "" r. the fail be whet S
; one ..alaJ2 ( Townships and landscape cannot to improved 1
.' i1uargcr t3 I. J,2. 3..4,5, 6,o rangetwent 7 '14. TtleVof'Uie f
.: 44 I' Do. 1C cunuiuc" 2 .paru oJ b ; e nt. S the Groves are spread, as they will be,, from the Drama. f( L.
6. Do. Jog. A. Llambiat Clerk
April of T14S!
, ?' $ atone, and carting the tame fur 1 .UarJ.d. 2'2'2 25 Fractional township 1, of range wenty nine.S ancient city, along both sides the St. Sebastian. 4rHl5.lOc*. Wept of \Vih-Ton.Wish. Y.*

'-" ;- .. \. -H; .. ',. causeway back of the Couit j I ,M a JIG. Do. Charles Robiou, 33 75 At the urn place in continuation commencing to the Heights of St. Augustine. The cituatibn ) 1920. Stanley Discipline.Luxton,2 2 vol vols. S

,: Uoutt, ; 22 Ou July 1(., Geo. L. !'IJi1liI'.. 10 00 O nNonda3fthe nint day ofKottmber iul. I for of the new town, affords great encouragement 2 1, 22. Lives of S
; '.-,. w Kor. !. B. beuiCkrk oj Council one Oct.' '30. F. L Dancy. Mayor, 65 00 the disposal of public lands within 1. to those who shall become proprietors for thecultivation 23. Scenes Bandini and Robbers 2vf>U

; -. ; .. *"II' : .. 'r': ''quartcr'ssatanj 12 CO Nov.. ('. Do. Jos. 'A Llatubias, City Mar- of the undermentioned townships ind. fractionalUmnshp of,the Orange the Chinese Mulberry 24. Falkoner m, our Pariah. S

4' S '. '. .,:' Dec. 4. Do% James Al."Gouldprintingyearlti37 thai, t 195 00 #, to wit : ', and tropical and other fruits. 25. Tnilt1nd
: \ "II, "r:" .34 874 ; of tie bate line, and east of the meridian. To sad to the value of' this property. thereare Trinmph.i. .
", I :,1 "S" \ SI' 2 6 27.
Kings's
," ... ',' ,i' '1838. :",.' \ : part Township 11, eastjof Suwanue never failing Springs of Fresh It'ater, of,superior Own.2 vol..
28.29. Dominie's
t' : t. : Marc! 27. Do. Jlicbael Andrco, rtpoir./ 1 1it .' ) river,of range fourteen. quality, and free entirely.(row the taste of 30. Beliud. Legacy. 2 vol.,.

1. ; I ', :: .. i"gtru and tauseuayt. .35 00, "' ; ," ::. T9wnsnips 10, II. and 12, of range fifteen. Lime or any,milleral flavor. i ), .
3 Scottish
;", 'If.:" ..!. b '," Do. John :eju U7afl'r ,1 1 ., '": l., ... '... Townships 10, 11, and 12, or range iueen. With high and dry, and commnndins location .1,3 33.:? Rurality :Chiefs, 2 vols. : ', .
". ,.. ) .:, '. and IO J with lovely with much salu-. ,
streets and as
Townships
r 'J'r : I ., ". .. : causeways, a,1', .- '. o_, 1,12, range seven prospect 34,35Private lift
.I .' io ,. t ''2' brity a'muun'ain could 'afford there 2 ywls.
t -
"Z29.. pu.1Lp.ieutanerezLnng, t. .' ,. .. een. region 186. Frank, by Marin S
. I f ." -J." Ii ,,:J" "''L.? 111utud14c411kwaIIs 11 2i> 4-' ji ," Townsbip 7. and fractional !township II. .nd being no reason to fear agnes and fevers or the 37. Life of Ulack Edzeworlb .
f >{'{L' ,l. '::: ; May 5. DolUllIDftCot6.e CilIJoJ Charleston .'jr"'f' ;' ; # ,. "; '.i .;, S 12, [west of Am dootlo'\ claim] and township country feTer. which may befound in less favoredpositions. Hawk. .
38. Lecture
>.* I.'" '..,".'. .:.j':''.;, '": .".' ., .' 200 00 _,._.1._,;.'k ,'-.f"--. ,. .' 't-.., .'' ; 13, of range eighteen. j U ith ample space and capacity for in.Prussia.10 S

,, t" .,''',:''" .:: .' ,':.. : ,. < Junel.' U. Levy. tzorneyJorDrtnsted ,' -- ;'" 't--. Townships 7, and ct t and fractional I township the production, of the orange, mulberry olive 4L-jiAmerican Songster, S

,1I'\ \ ; -"j. ," "..: "I.. Luring, itUtement of coraJr. ,-, .' ,. -r'.' J f! 9. [north Arredondo's claim]. fraotfoual township and almost all kinds of fruits herbs and flowers I, Bungay Poems
I 42. Baron
..' :, ;'.-,"A} .:. trtJC& 'in, avit.forbuslding a ._:'>11" ,.;. ... ." ,', 0"I'. 12, south Arredoudo's, claim] and township with immediate proximity to the Harbor of .43 Laws AI Alunchausen- .'
,,1. 'I I ..; -' '". _L.% t.r-" 2200i ;", ,J,V.1. _'.,'', .. "'i'. ,- .' :j''I.seorer..c .' :. 13of range I twenty. i St. Augustine; the furthest point of the projected :: of Etiquette

<, !I ..;.';.. '-"r.I. j'.,'' ".'"ag. ,. j"sTgui, Clerk of Cvuucd, 3;;: ; i'.f h r1 ;.,( '" ..n.. 'J 1 rur',talary, 37 50 ,!- ,.. -O'. :. J. r [i:north ofj Arredondo's claim,] frac ional townshipJJ ed from the Sea Wall ; uitlra stream in front 45/AituRsqpd Eleanor.. .
:fL,; ': :" 'J S'ept. 12. t'. Antonio i : ', ,' of I abounding in the finest shell and other fish. navi 4T. feinbad the Sailor. ;.
8 7 k'I Alvarez/or cop '- : ,;,* <;",'-" "" ;,1. .,: S [north Arredondo'a clam!,] I- |
.I.f,: 'JI,,:1...1i"'rJ"r""If., _; .*>: .. I ia 'J." docunientsi' 7 OOdui'r !:!'",-4,. '"."" "" : ",.01"_ .. township 12 [iroutb of Arredondo' factional,] as I gable for steamboat and offering .facilities for !J 47. Scenes OJ Am rican Wealth, ,
clim 43. Bnrton's
:",' r;' ,," \ M O. "\ of Benet! :egua.cUevid- 7 o\o. > \,'::;4rJi" ''' '.,' :' ,.'', :. township 13, or range twenty one. bathing in the Salt Water:the proprietors persuade It{ 49 Comic Sonster. i ir
; The \
OM
': 'Z'fi: a'i' .: j ance.us a icitnett. the ca"iOJ .': J ''.h' ;' .. Townships 7, and 8, and, that part o town themselves that their enterprise deserves {i K'. and New .Vorkf12 Tols.

: 'H.Ik-;, <,' : "t'i, ; i City ...D"kl'kiIcAlI1lla.1/ear : 'f.v ; ,-i' ,' ,', ., It.H. ships 9,- 1 J1, and 13. lyiragea't of Arre'dondo'a to succeed, and trustit will meet with the alien- | l. Tfe Polish Cllier. 2 i.U.1 .

.j'i,. '. '-: I Ib;.<. 950a ', ..-_'l"' .. 1i"<',r'I1.' c claim, township 12, of range twenty two. lion it merits. j3- The Library of Romance, :

i\1:1' i 'I' .' -"". i *v .I Do. Manuel, Garrldo, smprov- :" <'.,' -;'."',: .J; '.'r; ;, ,", 'I' -, -,; ,,'.. S Towf'bipi1,; 8,9,10,11,12, and:lS, of range. Donations will be cheerfully offered to Religions 55 54. The Rnra'itj-, S
.fI" .. ." > 29 I' ,n: three. Societies anJ Churches and Cabinet of History. .
i ,-' ; itigttr.it*, :f.'f ', u I. .:',' : twenty to a Seminary
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,;, a 1.;: u- ," ;q'u.j "0. Stephen Aritzuattendanceas "'. 'j. ';' :'l. ,.' ,. ,.' ".t-';. :.,'., ';, Townships, 8, 9. 10, 11, 12, and(t.II 3, of range of Learning. 56. Sketches of TurLey, '

: Ar | a vttncss in the cast pf tint ,,'c-' :. ,. .0._ :' ,, : twenty four. ,Application for the purchase of Lots may be 5758. Richelieu. vols.

,. :fW: : ,,":. ) .i'i'C gv.JiJk.t'k c/uIIClaJJUJ'' 11 I L j '. ..\. {, ,'.ili; 0, ".. -ti ; ;: ,' 7, 8,9,10, 11,12, and ,ITovnlhlps [,13, of range made ,to I, L. OASCT,. oral the Store( P. B. 5960. The Modern Cymon, 2 volt. S

; '. 4' .: .1' ,' ,, 1..7'U I' ': ''< ,. :"_ ,,"_ .< '.:. _. ". twenty five. I DUMAS, in the City of St. 'AugustiJellere'! aplan 61, 61 Self-Control. 2 vols. .

.t; :.11" ,, ", ;,. ;.. ::" 'L.OY' i.'lJ.Nl'ui.ClcrkoJ'CUI'lil.UIiC I > ; +. ,;" ,;,, ',, ,' < "'. The sales will oach be kept open for j 'two week 1. of .L-.village is left fur inspection. '. 63. The Thrte Ilwtorie.-, S: :

\:1.J .,.'1111" -. *. r : quarter's salary, 12. 50 ._., '.. ..L. :. : ';_' ) : .' (unless the lands are sooner disposed of;) and ro I N. B. A number of these Lots. will soon be 61, 65, Discipline,2_ -JCS'

**, wt- .",- -v,4."I.,' .. .D..Jullll'L.IIIIIIR1 rtpairs l'. -.o ,..' ..,.. ,(...: '. '. -;,;." ', longer l ; and no private entries of and in the I oflere for sale auction. ,F* Setne & Sensibility vok. *

l: .'.;.1'\1. :..' "t" ,* )1n'*t PU.HJJan.' .: 24, lcJ7!: 30t) \ ''-: "-.".': .. ''' < .f,,'. townships so offered, be admitted until after 68. C9. Travel* in Dokhara,2vo1s.

' I." 'f ,c'. '. ", I' V U. 'Ibo*. IJ 011.,41,f.r I"r<"1''.- '.. ""', ".1Jt.'J ,"" '- -. .. the expiration of the wi weeks. There will I be : S JYotice.iCIIX 70. 71. Refugee in A Illerica. 2 yol.. S

'-'i f ,'".", .,,.\ :. "-' .f'nuualltrnru -rtuatii.il IN the vi' .' '.'": 'f'.'<".'. .. .' S excluded from the sales herein proclaimed. lands WEEKS after dateJ will apply to the 7.2; Col. Crockett's Tour S

'. x-PP: ; case vf City tifbt, Augusliut,v .oDirk .' "''', ..-'.i.-i' 'd' A.r '. I.".. appropriated for the use of school*,) military or .Johns O Hon. the'Judgo for of the County Court of St. .73. 74./ \ ', '8"201'-

i z ," .. licit IUIUl""I' 0 OODu > ., ;, !.t'{. o. other purposes, also lands covered by privatefveyedand County Letters of Administration onthe .15.7ti.'eriu.,2' vol*. S

_ .' ." "" 4. \ '1 ho<.. D-oujilati1//r Jitoftalioaal J I."> ,;' j.. t, confirmed claims'surveyed, or UIIMI$ I. Estate of FERNANDO 31. ARREDONDO', 77. Gentleman in Black ',' .
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: J > 1 ". ; ttriieit in the 'cusu if' t L ...'ow.1ii'Il .. :. .:. ".:: '. lands to which'privllte claim are alleiu d'hich Jun., late of East Florida; deceased under a 78. Indian \fers.f .5
-: ; '" Brauied \ .. hnvo 'no't been Power Attorney from the widow and heirs J 79. The Nun
." 'fjt.1 bt AuguttiHc.* VII yet b law, :
j' conllrnicd'by togetrhe he saidEtate. .
1 > -30 00' with all CIIAS. ItO 1)101.1. eO. 1'rzavel.
.' Lurt' '. -I''qf quarter fractional sections S > South' au.rica. .
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r : ,,v \ '?- Tli'jsSD onjIis.orfrclsioiutt *- : t-' I which be 'j Dec. 4. 2. -(tiY.leglllill. 8.I 8l" \lien rrescott. .
:. cut and 2
\ : Dp. : hi" ., ':.. 4" may thereby therelyro made to vol_. ;
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1' "f 5S
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; 0. 83.1"4. e:. -
: : tcrtius rendered in ih& ;; require new subdivisions Dulplune.3
..,. F 'i i I t. when such :laiius St. August me and w..I:. .
., .. '1 ; ,., .,' .s. : t..III"ilyor ,C.dIl."tUfuz.V. 't '1'. 1''b'. ,. -' have been surveyed.Giveu S ahal '.CHARLESTON PACKET. EG. B7, ;d. 89. liilllJa.. 4 vol. S
i to : \ _. 'Starrs ami other's, 10I( : ., under hind at the City 90. 91 history of
', < J f: my ol' %Vabhir, lI\VIXGreturr.edfromtheNrrth England 2 vol..
J g.
I r! ; ,."" t ", A N. ','. Do. ''tin* IJu.Ii CosunU. ."' H -i"j', .. rJh., ton', this fourteenth djy of July. Anno.Do- with the Schr. EMPIRE I take this .92. The Crlulinal Clend.r. .

,L Y ,_44: f :i;' '"wnof-Jperct.juTt.ctmuJ- .: ... ,' d'.r. mini, 183S.: AI.. VAN BUREN. & opportunity to inform friends D3. Arabian Nibt!. -

a S--: '- .' .' : t tutd2 4 \>rct.furpay&ngvtdU. : ". ." By the President: aud'the public,' thtI shall my )4.9:. Uubirumn C.n.o ,2 '01.! -

, 1 "-:' ";. .1i1. 1 Treasurer, 668o.: : I '. '; f"-w.. "... '. :' JAMS U'HITCOMB, I herelofoie between this port and Charleston run with as V6, 97. re'er Siiji1Je. 2 YIII". Sye.

1 .' Tw ,' n>f Sauce due lo the.Coruwatiou. Iii2 UJ Cvminissicner of(he General 1.ajd Office. out intermission '(unavoidable accidents except.ed J'J. J.J.ipman tasy. 2 Yuls.

'': _:' I -l,76Zj- ., .' ', -- NOTE BV THE CU3(1" ru. l) for,.. the term of_thiee_ years_ ._ .Summer_ ____and:: i.1011.,. IIJ2 The_ .."l'irate...... ..,&S"Three. Cutter_ -
'. Test, '" SWiG 20J) It Is undeiDtorH 'Vi.. .. .nn""nl. h.t 'h' "_ : L L --5.---- a y "' .'III1Y' Tare"
hi "V"- au. a.nG 2 Yol..
lo i" ; 'U""J' nlll De 10
. ", ,. IlUr:11. I rontlnn.'n. ] ItIlPPy J03 JO-I.
\ ,1' n .Ib" CI. k of' thl Cu .I accommodate Jacob Failbrul. 1
tabliib a cordon military and try to please all.., and will take 2 YOrs.
; 'I uinsula of Florida, at a considerable posts across the Pe* p.i* Citr I O
: uUtance {, 109.
to
i ; c. ., )| Treasurer's account for Uie: l last juartcrof the year 1838I the south of the laud* above proclaimed for et it be what. 'it way 110. 111. UathQ the.Reerer',2 Yol. '. '
Co. :
:. .,t : H.: I IdJ:3. protection of the frontier ulich wilt afford th The Lmpiie( has new sails, and is newly cop* I !. 1vanlo.. 1"IcliVlils. Yulr. ri 1
I ered. by tv. '
.
icott
... ':- 1 ju Nov.-Pull to L. ijriuctt: for,a I '2Ctli \ov. Received of Thos. ample.opportunity to JIirChIard. prior to the p \ JJ3. 114. 3JemQut S /
Douglas of
I trust to friends for the 11 11eeress.2
I sales my main
to examine the lands support and vol..
:1 coffin.JMth'. 1000. ; large
jportion of I IG. :
t lute 'I'.eusurer aa balai-ce of City funds 122 09Ut ), I so hiit 'rta."ollablJ' chare of I 'file Yonng ft'. "fi
which Book "
_4 ; ,I |-Paid to DANIEL;S.! .(?AKu1Ln. iKc: For o license granted for the- represented as being very valuable. ) patronage fiom the 116. IIi' The'Waler tI"-
.1- :; -: I ) legal 'prelicl t4tlofUv"erl"on\ .V,lts, utricul NOTICE TO PHE CM I'TIUN,CL/t ll/\TSN IIUt.li1aenerally. LVMAN SOUTH \VIl K. I I. Arabian tVitch,2 \013. .: .
2500Uesptcilullj I
"'., ::(' ,\" pponf a Iuullq'cclucd! '(ta be a *-"III. purposes.submitted by ) Ever person claiming the right cfpre emp' SS tu"ugll"tiIJC Fancy Dry I 19. Sketch or Entertaixiiients lJIinoi,.- S 'S" ..

auce, vas sold Ly order of Ui,! City 1 1' B. DUMA, toany of the, Jand designing in 'f'he above GOODS STORE/ Sr 12"). FClllul'J fliugraphiy M'

,,: :. Coun< il L. and the proceeds <1ejxtriied in; .' City Treasurer. proclamation, js requested prove hap same to SUBSCRIBER baa just returned 1l1.! TIle Dookoflleart. S .
I 'tiro 1' eui> 1-ubji.ct t.. the order of the' the natisfactiori of the 15egi-ter: and THE ., :
ury of
Receiver New York 12"l.
I ._ Fiom the Muttcs.-Order d, that the accounts with a large and elegant Family hysician. '
., : propel person .1| 38 the propperland office, and make there fashionable 23. ,
of the late and present Trearers: he published I payment" up pi/ GOODS, comprising every Robbin'a. Journal .
; :. .: : "I" lit 1 )e&-r id to'JolitCapo. for bal. for as soon as practicable after tfiis S
I see "
notice
; \ l' nnd the Cletk t <>l the Council rpccifyroru the in order rig variety of Dry Goods Fancy articles. Boot*, \!. 'Trealiso on] I'I
: ,. auco f.exjieiues ii.currtd iu sup'uat \oucher, the items for ithtcL l.e money Wa thoso that tbe.claillay Le adjudcatedby I Shoes, Hats and Ladies Bonnets-together with ;. 'file Tor lIir.: llronomy, '.

'. :"r ing. S de t tutu b"UWCU, i. 1000 paid. ,- the olIcer agreeably to law, in'duo time prior i an assortment of perfumery hardware and cut J26. The )J'lteriuusl\lcnlt. 5 :

I i' : S Test, l\ B. DUMAS to day appointed for the ;commencement of lery All of which are for sale on accommodating 127. 128. Eugene Ara'in .' : ,

1 S 0375fed Clerk of the Council. the public sale ; and al: claims not duly made terms. ZII.PAII 1IUTHER... 129.: 13u. East & Vest by Uulwer, 2 Yol. ;':

44 ,. .' \ Balance in favor of the City :31 ; known prior to the date aforesaid are ''declared I I Silks while, black and coPed-large assortment. Jol. Garry Owen 2 Yow. ';!

". I Ljfcc: baLi appronrialieu of :0 t for by law,to be forfeited. S : Latins, do do. do. do. 132. 133 134..Kinaido-iUnaldin ., ': ".

S ,, j : ton ry, S I S. JAMES WIHTCOMB. i Florence Silk do. do. do. t 1M. Memoir or ; ,. 3 vol,. :

<. : I '- ., -- Commissioner, of the General Land offec..PUBLIC I Black silk: Serge ; plain and fig'rd. Velvet Gani.ture 1:36.: 137. Bruyo by Grimardi Cfloper,2, .
:. :Y? S / 1:18.! vol; '
: ChehpGOOIS for JlSIi o"y. Public .Yolke. ; JllIl'kenzie..5VOC 'i
SALES Keceip.. .
Sat in and .
) S r 1 Subscriber is to the citizens of gauze Ribbons; Sarcenet l. Taffeta and 139 llltalil" timer.r : 'f
ALL ,
grateful whom it iu'iv I give pub ..
t( .'I'U coucerl. ; OF UNITED, STATES L \ND gauze Cap Ribbons; Crape Lisse, 140. Con.U' <4\
:;i P. : 55 : he Territory of a. and particularly lie tiolicd and Jo inter. IN EAST t CVns.itutron of Mnn '
5 5 Wht. and blk. Hat Ci 141.. .1: ."i
'. : ,. : of the iity of St. Augustine Man- Cbled, to.purchase cnuiulnllerluu' ahd FLORIDA. DEFERRED FOR Crape ; ape; Chally Rob s. I Domestic Tookprv,

Hi- S.v. I : S darir. mJ Bbck trek for the liberal patronage Air*. Janet Graham, ul! or auy part of the FKRj: I 1.0 Uk IIEEKS. |! Challeyeltf"; furmtare Fringe ; figured J liS.in, I 14:1.: J'rolix Leu.,?
DeLninegreen Gauze black and 144. C'
S ho has received them. and solicit attention to RV TKACT or of St. Seb and TmJOTICEl.S, HEREBY GIVEN. That the ; figured Vest- Stephen Uurronghs. S S S
Ini.n ; .
i : ., this ad 'urtscUtl.ud atbara of public-patroiir? all or any part of lelglt Thou"ld'Acres calledUUK.NA J.1J public sale of lands ordered by 'i Black IOU"I blue Ultck. 14o. Jack f.awronce. ., ;
and ,
thjProca. Silk Velvet ,
.; : age foi present year. Finding the city over VISTA on the Jollls ; : any & 1 J mation of the President of the United 1 Cotton MB-TJrBli!" Fanner S
ud .
S S ."S .lun wi h transient traders, he is compelled to doa a othot land iu this Territory: ; and any and ali: :!t ted 14th July 183 to be'hel at the laur.Ullicd I! Plain Velvets blk.cold. and figured Merinos, :' ; S ;--.i. ,:
: business enable him 'I St. and figured iJol-biiifts; jcocet swiss J4 i., Visions ", :
: S cah only to to cope with Lou iii ihe City of .SI. Augimtiue ;' which at AuguMine. \ L of Quivcdo ;S'
otheis, and he pledges himself to keep on laudS aid- day of November is declared crosiibarredand Mull .Muslins, 149. AlpJrtbMof' .r
L- Lot aud Lands (except the Heights of St. Se- next to bet eferreduntil White Boranr. '
kinds and will and black dotted.Fnlle for Veils ,. H'II' Lady ':. :
supciior a .)rtinent uf'al of li 09" il accidentally or of the commence on Monday \ethird ": of the Lake.

t' .S .S, his line of lu.iue1l. Belllhcui as low, if lhial.mortgage, are more teIignedJY.eft out the mon day of December next: also that.the pu>> ic Figured Jrarery ; 'l"hlead Late ; JZ {. Ahellinof-f Vehico, ., S .{1

: .' ( S' not les4 al1_ uijthis; city, wholesale or gage 011 record given ;to me Trustee of my ;:,! ordered by the ,,iie Proclamation, to be t I IUt'trlinglrld Edgings: ; Cambric Edgings and 152. P, lee \VilkiXi I'S :;'

r :I t.. retail. Any. goods taken .from(us store to look children; fur the purchase money.by.1 the said I the same office on Monday, the nineteenth Iille.//' Inserting ; Ulond Lace 153. .W"WsJhre. :.'' 5 i

I '' S at, and not returned in twenty' lour.hourr will Daucy and Gralum and which'they refuse I'I of November next, u deferred until. nfid. L Quilling and Edgings; Blond Footing and Lisle 'iw J 5. flckwJjkClibt2Tob.! -
J: be considered ami an advance. charged on I lll. !! commence on .Monday the Edpngs ; Brussels Lace and Edgings, I'1 W i
seecntetnth or
: o1. Iu pa) w ill me, a4 he is 1 aLe "
Library, 2
: 'J.Daucy pay I n"Lbinet'ootin and i 1:18: yol..
2i December I : Quilling, 159. .
them > per c Any person "r.hiug bound the next. Yesterday in S
to, interest
credi l'ril IJd now due onmy lreland,2ol. '
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S : l to liar Hifir uods, : muct e .pe pay more and tell me as he has told me,, I my nt the City of WuhEN. < or my Neig'lborhOOd. .
calling .l hH cian fl many tlrl."gc. ington, this llth of Calicos; BUhop Lawn Muslijjs: for,mourninj.1 i 162_ Lives of 2 yo.l.
S S .. ,tu.elthey ; awclcl Ilt til owes me 10'ling. v lieu I have asked nim day October, I?. French Odd ,llalacleri.
.. :. for half prireLy tire llu 4*.& itnieut I M. Flowers and Garlands, !Q1.ViIki9s'
VAX
pnymx c.J uhatjs rightfully.mine lit;! Condct
or -then I cannot object ,f Ostrich Feathers and MaratontqV f .-.., Afl.IIP". .'. I"nn.A_ _.
iu of -' -
cr nsist part Dry tio d", Fancydrti'cits and By te President .A'J 'oblllso"my vu-l"/
-Sy t Jhis selling miking tides to the above Crn-le.2 -e
La lie- Bunuets llaU, Cap al hoe.UuuU;'S 1 1'S 1t41ti. F. J. AV1CE. Trustee. 'Jko.2I. MOORE bite, Mack) and colored silk,and pic-nic Gloves, '66.. 1G7. Liveso( Celebrated vora. s. "

-,.' ,. t llardwt re, Cutler I '. Carpeiiters1 Toulc, ... KS id. bodkin buckskin, and merino Glares 168.169. Women.2 YO 1.- 55
",: ; j.; ) c.ln"4 4S St. l\ugutt'he. Jan. 12, J8a: ). 33tfHarshaVs ; Water Witch. 2 yo:.. .
: '. of,near jy every Hrticla% c lU! fur too numerous. 1 I'URLH. SALES Stocks Collars Suspenders; silk, merino lambs S 5

i'; S 11\ ?i.: \eltiol.b"I received fio.u N"w York, Puii- Sate. ,. I wool and gan,ey Under,Shirts and Drawers "J\iiJTICB. S

j : adelphi Charles\nn. and Vvrral other places I 'n Y viitue of two writ of fieri facias" issued I Of United Slates lands in East F loriJa, -4_.. GEORGE PhILLIPS an"d'JAIfES M.

''j "", .' '.L'; S an exiejiuive all
:, S .. ;';I, recel' [ nearly eery nrriv'al 'goodx oTvaiio'ison I of Cut Florida*, and to me directed and'delivered Xintty-Days. qualities ar.d hue, gcrivs. tn transact all necessary bn-mesa my

a :c:'. \ S :,, : descrij' ; winch wt.all t,>e fold if at cost. He : ,1 will expose at public! nale in the city of St. ': i is hereby given, thai' the public!! Silk 'wiirsted lambs wool. inarino I mi>hairca
," \ < .,1.t"t : ; .',.' S shoes RIO ,\wiP1 h-to llff. bui. liii\e: -he public to"" i Augustine! (in front of il.e Court House) on the i MOTICF.l such portion of the lahdj" rdered and cotton Hofiery* -/ S Dec 26 llt. S
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S i ,;' ;*L I I. come al judge fur ilieaiscUeo, before they pur. 9th day of 11arcl n-11, between the hours of ort the 11th day of October lat to b! hel at the Superior Lecboru, Victoria. Florence plat, Tus1 ''r _

." S :'_'; :t ; '-.. c1310' ,( IeLc.as: tLc ,. save their moaeyj: 1(1( o'clock at and iJ clock of that day 11 Land Office at .St. Aiigustine.'in riff' ( tflorida' S ,1-tj cnn. Englifh straw. British Leghorn and S S 1'1Ir. _

"". ..: i \,' :.'' : i.:; c\e ittiO. JOIINJ. HEDRILrl"i'jT : the ilterstofFdnld" Arrtc'oucJ, 8 .. i on .Monday. the 3d. instant. as snal! not have colored Straw Bonbels; Paln.etio Hoods, FI40RIJl\ ,

"./'.' ; \L. ; :. t.; .). ':t, Igu1tme. Jln I. 1e39t7 ( :.; clrlail lot situated .in scid I i'cityz 'been 'offered.at the date of the rccdnt tot this Perfumery Shoes full rortrueiit of men's, women hERALD,
'. \; ,. -. and St. : and boys: Hat AND SOUTHERN !
street, bounded *
: "' Yi1PW'OLW George's on the i notice at said office, is deferred until DEMOCRAT
t aid will S S .
'..j'!:_.,K"< .",-. ., ".r' '. '-, (r....', '' WllOLKSALK AM) 11 by aid \feel.\ .'1 ibe South by lot belotfiu"" i commence on Monday, \\wfuurth dayof March Hardware and 55 cutiery; Loops, 'paper .Hangings (\: IS PCBLISHEll SS
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the
J. m.rAIL ; Capo; C'I -North l-y lot of Aladaine .next. 28-tf.: '1": VVEnr THURSDAY.CTA1V2ES
;: : Subsetibcis _
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i' ; : nnl 4 are tzen!j Perault, nnd on the west bv Bridge Cretk Taen f\h' that the pubic! '8ale INTIIB 1 f .5- -
of lands COUNTV'vCOURT 'ni" .
: L yJ red Johns
as 3Iaza the
property Arredono at tnn-c place In the matter the
r on Monday 'of Estate of >
liberal have 3 17th Notice of
; :' .. Jutrourge W. GOULD
.5.- lud
; .' they rtcel 81 Sen deed lo "nti fv judgments and cost S jn.r., i* deferred ,until and will I'.ofad ndreicdtc. ,
intend commence
'I.t ; few
; days, discharge.
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S respect fjni in favor of Mhaet Howe S AT
:
S >: fully sol!oIAiuingbere'ollta They are de;erOi.I I surviving pert Monday. the cigtucemh day.of March "iit-xi JOHN R.; ANDREW 'one' of the. i'eit.v FIVE DOLLARS 5
S ,f-' -,. :. ; '; .: the lowest S er .%\c. V. Charles Kobioii', Executor, &c. A particular, desciiption will harearter( be civen I ry Executors of the Estate of Rafael PAT4tEL PER ANNUSf,

.r" l" S :' ,.- .:; i Their lrU lork.11ualeJf 1 F.LO.CY.IeitMarshal. of the tracts and lo" iishipMbe "Rle oitwhirh Andrew dec., having adjusted the accounts with & U-'LV 1fARLT It" ADVAl'fC'

-.:iJ.S; Ji:' : ,1'dtOgl-t'Broad Cloths,.of\ditTerent illart ;i S St. Augn-tine, lOih Jan. Ifc39. *ill be deferred' until the" fuurth of. Mar l1 next. the heirs and aisigns of said estate, hereby givt"sI I */ '

I f.;"- ii'f Fancy articlesJvwellry.Cullery: IX weeks from this date I will make npplj.calion puisuantto to this iiotice. S T I notice, that immediately: : af-er the expiration,of \DVIRTrjF.l'IE'rcT'? inserted at One JWtor -

I&r. : "* %. ".; :I\ ,. '.' 'l'erul 1&c..aildv.iouot cr articles: top to the Hon. the Judge of the County Given under my hand at the'City of WnUinr- fix month from the data' hereof he will apply. per srjuarc. f,r the, first insertion, *ndl'iflpCenzs
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