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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 28, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
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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>.
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: Thursday, February S,, 183. YEW, STC RYES--VAT,. ,.IV; -lY 3... ; j
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PROSPECTUS OF TIIE procured a* i is frequently' die case, U abas! I' I" ,; i

FLORIDA IIERILI r the operations of stock jobber and pecula-only- r. \'l.lJTIIOBI'I.. :. f r one buoy, oa' a ,ledte called the Shoal west pass of the Mississippi river twenty I Sf j.

ASD $ DEMOCRAT. lator. ,. 't nest of Black point,:and one ligation Pond thousand five hundred dollars. i! r

.'AJ oar Title 80DTHKB.N Peg)indicates We have adopted the m Ito .Principle and the //-,7474', reef in the bay of Niaotick one hundred( and For completing a Ugh"! hqose a) n or n'ar'"4M !' ., I t

taewtg. in our edltoEWcareer., we enter npoa a People. In our' endeavor to conform tp it-in the Loxsev, l sixty dollars, .for buoys oa Cornfield point the southwest", pall on the Vermillion .bay, 1 :
hitherto
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Vi sought to contribute oar mite in the we4j adherence we have fought to Principle,and the rock, Adams rock and Oyster Pond pointrock .Ib..b..d dollars, addition. to tb..m. I i J

of each object;**were calculated advance promotion rapport, we have we have given 10 the cause of,the People near Plum island, in Long Island sound : heretofore appropriated* I .-

population aid encountered threatening difficulties. 'wo bundud fifty dollars. i I ".'State ,,,, ., '" r i
vler.rtiwryit prosperity, and M any wrongs have we suffered in the Encounter I ) ; Michigan. .. *?."1\j> .
fwe have failed to ; StGt'pNCIII'JOTk.' .' i I ''Foi'rebuitd I .
accomplish all we could bare Ib'gjMthjeje'andmorewo, will pationrly *ndore jit. K : : aS t light house on. Bpi;*Blanc :
.+. desire forth public rood,.it bat' not ***$ ''fof 1' ,tKe cau" of Truth.. An attempt b wirver .,t* For completing a beacon,on' Roaer'* and':trTTui, ?ahle'site for flee same can bo : ;. .! ;:;." -
.wan; of an hone' and anxious solicitude 'upon must, be'stated, u' till making to pt M"J0iMnd .iboals, io adds '!\io the approp'riat do here found on, said bland five tbonspod dollars. I' '1'. f- :
ear part to do justice boar obligation, why becau. > have dared ;ofore made, tea tno> iaiid dollar be .For
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With srve 9 we to be Impartial, ,v ; JO expended erecting a light house at Nevr Bull"ar i I
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t nr..,....sauce Territory+ period priMperitv( cud re'haahoeugradnatlyadvancing and havd'not qBandoncd the People. Blow after under the direction of a competent : lo,.on Lake Michigan, five thousand dol. ; "" :
ind blow bar been) levelled at usj but 'thus far engineer, to bo..rlcted by the Secretary ila,.. '
niu/woursel population until it now evi without avail/. Whether we are still to fall before LAWS 07 THE UWtTpD' a Trot FAU1ED heTreasuury: For ? I
dently approaches a maturity' that will oblige it he erecting a light house on senile Map i
ate too*to assume the responsibilities of an in .People-tbe striving or people our:etiemies in whose will de pend "pon the AT TII;; SECbND IJCSJIO.t, ; Of THE To complete: .a light boose on Etupoihellfld nitou island. Lake Micbtgsn; five thousand 'fN ..

Dependent government: Already the pupa barked( -the people who will protect cause wo u*have became em TWF.HTT-rtFTH/CbUGR' : $l. meadows, 60 the 'western shore pa doll I".; ; .. !.? ., :

tpryteps in prolren for our admission into they know we are devoted to their trio Interest son river, three thousand dollies; additioa For erecting a light house on the ledge prreef \ I' ;
the Union of the Slates, and HI manifest from AN. ACT making build- to the heretofore appropriated'' ::
From.the'nlbio.n, of wealth and powe wo expect apprppriatiooJ" mm I Wagoosbaaee., in the Straits 'oi .--' : i
present Indication, that at nodiitantdajr Flori no aid ; their contribution,!lkethctrpurpoes ) i log light home*; Ji igbt-boats, beacon To complete lighu house on Cedar isl" .Michilimsckinac twenty five.thousand dollar .I 1
da must take' her place aa a ioverelgu pant to ;have in'them,too much' of selfishness and 1 ,'light*, buoyi.'apa' making surveys, for the lied. Sag Harbor-two tbouiand five hum Irr.
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the Federal compact,' With this approximation calculation to be attracted to the support of a year one thousand eight iT-.j-.J-.j thirty Bred dollars, Io addition tb the um; hereto. ..
Ie t change in oat olitical relations inset new PeoMtPnu,, eight / fore appropriated. 'For ending a light house at Presqu is!* ..;< i ;.
,dutiel and retVonaibilitiei to the People and to We will MIRTIK,VAJ BDRC.I. ne'i Beit d the '. Lake Huron, five thousand! dollars. ,. j p
Hpport Senate
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and hasten n by antTlhure 0RrprcltntalVfl For the erection of a light boiiioon i .
the Press ; we to place ourselves in tfje For '
a northern man-bnt hi erecting light house on POint. '
highest aujc.
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praire *-that he l ,
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ofthe'United Slates Ame northern i let.i4'Fisher's _
position to discharge our share of them with that of suund, near., the .
the PRE Marques, .
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A Sagaaa Lake
w :n or UBITKD PxorLt. ili ; bay, tutee, tdthousand : / .
rica in Congress wsctnlle Thif northwest end'of.Fbher'e .
arnestnes which exigency demand While principici: areuch: as the South can and does .' tho ,fol- island, three thousand dollars. -. > I
.therefore hail not relax iu aptrove. lowing appropriation be and the dollars. k
we our efforts to advance same.tre : '
the loot t interest of this section of coao.tl'J' '. lilt soul hereby mado and (Jire. ted to be pnid'ut.or For the of the balance {Territory of Witcontin. \(. .
is payment remain-
generous not etrnfinid at home .. For the '
aonstruction of '. li ht .house eri ,
,and the prosperity of tie city of our abode, Dut spread itself abroad o'er all the public, any money in the Treasury not otherwiseappropriated lag due for the expenses of procur UI.lod ti /. > i

we fee} ourselves called upon to take our humbleput And fed for every member: of tho land." to enable: the Secretary: : of.tbe locating buoys; in the new chaotic in the Grassy the island at the head of Green bay.) y'; f. t
in the disremjnation near month of. Fox river four thousand :
of.tJtp.e) rlaciplef Whatever betide-we like hi be erected of New .:. \ !
to and eittb- .
Treaiurytp
may principles c'pusl : port York'Ialel1 discovered and .' ,> -
which wil, a* we think in our circumstances dollars
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be best'calculated and are his friend,'and our. friendship ii not one lisbed,tbo Irght-housef, beacou-lights, buoy, called Gedoey'i channel l. eight hunt red and ;; I
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promote common to be uithdrawn{ when hit fecit art gloomy'and and make the Territory ef Florida* ?., f' ., : d r rf.
bappines of our people, and to render our an replaced jchen the 'chanea pros are in hit favor.Ve to' wit to.: .surreys berein provided for, ,: seventy dollars and thirty six cetits.. For placlug'buG1 at flee mouth of St. .' *. ': '
neutron to the Union..serviceable to the cause of Yffeio Jersey. '
profess to.be duintcr'alcd. about'C1'ctrAirigb 'oir John's, io addition to:the ; .: i; :'. .
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Popular Government. thi view we have pnacipksVVe of Maine. v h'or erictiDg Ii small bitcon light at South heretofore apppropri.tq' j \ w

deemed it proper unfurl once the banner .of invite all who feel interest in'h'0 prospers' For the erection of two buoy near the Amboy!; and.putting-'down' the following red and Daae. for..the' : ':.;, ,'. ; '

our politicallattltl i .and to announce tbeprinciples tf an advancement of-our country, and in the .entrance of Portland harh'or\ nix: .one. on i buoys, to wit: one oo the tail{of Great Beds; For ffl1 I, _
shall seek a light house J _
and to attain. Fort
object we cause of Egl Ingle, to favor our column withtheir Taylor') ledge and one ou Broadcoro rock,' I one off Billop'i Point aboalaoatbsst erecting oh.Gary's o
We shill! advocate .fie Republican Principal aid. .y .. five hundred dollars. of Stated island ; one on the Middle partGround reef, forty thousand dollars ia addition* tq. _' I ,

'a* illustrated In the' administration' of THOMAS We aremoking arrangement enlarge, and For re-building.the light house on Wood. I near Prince's bay ;- one on the Old rcbard the appropriation already. mad for that : k : ;. '

JxrraiuoR and ib doing this we devote bur; otherwuo improve our sheet which we hope we" I island,.five hundred) dollar.. : shoal ; one oQ'tba point of the .Gr Kill purposes I i id.lo ;
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.elves, yj-lth'all teal support' and maiiite. hall be able to do at an early day t much'or the bnto. ( I
Dance or the RIGHT or THE Pxortx.:; Belie,- I For! : placing monuments on Fort point 1 I shoals< Tone tbausand and fifty dollars fore made and Appropriation 1 I r
ledge, A da in'* ledge Buck in Peaohscot ; For.Jbe erection of, I unexpended I t boas I \ ,
tng that the right of the State, and the inter CHASiBERS and ledge, a boacbn light at the
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Nor 1833. meh&.laod hereby, .
] river, thousand'three Corner Stake I appr *. I
est and permanency of the Union, may be best ono hundred so called, between Elizabeth; 'h' f
desire to obtain informs printed, for the removal of' the J
lighthousesituated
promoted by a .cropalou..dherence' to the letter TIIOSE'wbo'may Par Losses in 1812 dollars; Jn' addition to the' former appropriation own point. BDd'Sborter'i.illind. ; 'also 'another on the southern end of Greef; Cum .' f
ef the Constitution, we shall ever insist upon a s nd 1813 for ihat purpose. small light or lantern Short
f r now in tho course of investigation ; on r'* !island berland island to the said site on Amelia isl >
strict interpretation ,of that iustrumeut ; and awhile those who may wisft to obtain Commissions : For placing a monument on Bolwark :. ; also for buoys, ,&c. at, the following 1 l N 'i

we shall aid in resisting the exercise by be for the examination'of Witnesses.are respect ledge, about seven miles efft-sousheast, of places : A par buoy at Bergen point a Ind \
Federal government of any power toot expressly I fully requested to apply between the hours of 12 Portland light house, three thousand dollar s buoy.oa the first oyster bed or point; of [Sec. 2. And be It further enacted,* Tha I t

delegated and freedom, u dangerous'of the to the right of the and 2 in the day daring the absence of the Jude For placing one hooy en Irummoud'eledge the bar betweentbi Ilackenlack' and Pas- the Secretary of the Treasury be ad I 1 '

:jbtate equally* prompt to discountenance People(infections shall be ;lor the Superior,Couit. to the Clerk uf the Com- south of Mark island; and loa buoy raft channels, Vne and a.' half mile below hereby is, directed to cause t wo.seti .[ dioptric }' j i
mission
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the State,of the constitutional authority of the i ., at the residence. of', the Judge in St. Augustino. -. on blerk'i Maud ladle, five hundred' dollar the crossing plaeo ; a spar buoy at the! Corn ,or' lenticular'apparatus, one of the I '

United State a* dangerous to the preservation The'acme facilities will be afforded for the *. er'Slake, so called ; a spar buoy at {the el first; other of the second chi
.f the Uaion. While the Federal and State Government .V. 'of Witnesses, and the same informa examination For erecting a light house on Bear; island, bow ; all pursuant to the report of Captains one set, i ho deems it expedient, of the reflector \

ire confined to their appropriate tion given as if the Judge.were. personally pree-- at the entrance of Mount Desert. !Harbor, s eamy, Sloat., and Ferry, thirty four hun apparatus, all of flea most improved ><, .
.pheret. we have nothing apprehend. Neither enL 4 I!tire e thousand dolltrs. dred dollars. "I-7 kinds, tu be imported, and to saute the aM" ". .I : .

."J.... ... can depart from the boundaries'prescribed r, "Cft'1'njl'! !h"nctr.astir.;.nrl3xrllm'appoiia u' '. For erertlyg a tHf tiuuj4ii: cs;;'Luukrr's V l'St ,e of Delaware. I IJI several sets to be set op, and the their merits \ I

tbes artieraril:4errtfpardysti."aliertiesand of of the Judge will mum the depositions taken by ledge, iutsiJo of aid island' ou.i,thousand! | For rebuilding a floating light. on Five as compared with the apparatus in use* ,
safety the People.' them< to the Clerk of the Ccuiipisflon daring the dollars. I Fathom to be tested by and !! .
aa'"t dicating the.rights of the States against abseuleoftbeJudge. i Bank at the entrance of,;the Delaware Cul satisfactory expertrirnents I
Federal encroachments, we shall be doing ser I Tho Judge lakes.with him to St.< and For placing one buoy at the southwest entrance .. ,I bay the sum of fifteen thousand dol-! ; and sum \ ;
i I vice to the cause of oaTinu RIGHTS. Far be TaU4li !lee those Claim for Losses Josephs which hive of said Mouit Desert harbour.andt liars.I V J dollars, out of any money in the Treasurynot : .

>/ it front u* to cherish unnecessarily a feeling of been submitted, will occnpy everr. moment -, o buoys on the reef in the middle J deal distinction but the fln. ofthetime.admonish spare harbor bundled aud dollies For for that purpose; and die '; ,
that can be for that purpose, in de. one fifty placing four buoys at, or near Pool's! : Bee"f \ ;
n* that the South mo.t'bHe respect toAcrye crdiacad forwarding them to Washington. .' For placing a bony on Bantam ledge, out. Island channel, the sum of one thousand. two, of tbeJTreasury is also further ut i I
/ -that she mar be respected elsewhere. The Secretary' decision on the following side of Ram island: two hundred dollars. hundred. dollars. "scertai,6yiutta1o and prop.flerceat.| I- ;l' II

Identified iii interest and position, Florida mu.t Claim for Lowe of 1812 and 1813 has 'been For erecting .a stone beacon and bouy 9n Stale of \ the meHt of.the infnted ,
share the destiny and abide the fortano of her leceivcd by the Judge. Claimant their Virginia Mr. ; of New York in I
neighbor republic We shall therefore regard or Attorney Half tide ledge in the county of [Hancock .For placing parbuoys in James river, between ; and.if. bra :.
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desiring information a* to their Claims .
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tn-rlve hundred dollars. o judgmentitbiftreritrwbicbjoftifythetdop.ion
it a* a duty to give our zealous and Day's point and Richmond o I
paramount can obtain it by calling at the Jud e'. residence city 1
I eipecia! aid, such as it may be, in defence of the between the Hour of 12 and 3, P.M.,'when it For placing a spar buoy on a ledge in the loch ledges and shoals as may be eel cted, L of it be is hereby authorised ta contract i I s .

rights of the Sofrjn, from whatever quarter they will .be furnished by! the Clerk of tho Confinis* vicinity. of Crabtreo's point, about four mile I two thousand dollars ,. with Blunt to light any light house' ea I .; "

may be Invaded or endangered. ion.; : below Sullivan harhor, in laid. county one I Fur building a light boat to take I pi ce ofeight f the coast with it ; and the sum arena ,tul-j; -

W. are opposed to the horrid heresy of A so* 1. The? Execnton of,Don Bartolo do Castro y hundred and fifty dollars. :the one in the narrows' of the Potomac, and dollars, is hereby appropriated I '. :

LITao..... In all its shades and degrees we shall Ferrer,recommitted. I' e erection o monument or beacon ; thousand dollar above purposes. And the Secretary o(' the i ." -
denounce it. Under whatever veil it rosy seek 2. Tho heirs of John Fork Treasury further authorised .
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Lawrence.recornaniueJ. on ledge off the entrance of York For placing three or more buoys t the hereby asrertain / I .
to bide its hiJeeus t efprmity, we shall endeavor 3. Claim of Philip R. Yonge, disallowed the merit of the fog bell of ';. '
harbor; ten thousand dollars. entrance of Onaneock creek in the patent I
to discover and 81pose.ll It i* a county
subject shall '
we
4. Claim of
James Fulany disallowed.s For light house and seawall of Accomac three'hundred Andrew ;; and if h'deems it
erecting
never treat in measured terms; and especially i 5. Estate of Margarilta Bevis Santann a dollar. llouo'junior .
hone upon which the SOCTHUIS Pacts dare not reject1ed. Stddle.batkIcJRe, in Penobseot' bay ten Stale oj North Carolina. expedient OllbUb one on the coast, the .i. {

be indifferent tender.'' We say to our nnrtherDbn&.brtD G. Claim of Peter Ccrcopolidisapproved.i < ihouiarld dollars iu addition to the former For marking, taking out, amid placing sum,of twenty five hundred dollars is herebyappropriated ,; t
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,if one'eentimentof! YOneeUonfor ourpast 7. Claim of Andres PACctli disallowed. appropriations., buoys,or other such monuments as are mostsuitable fur that purpose.' out .of any t' I

and common history remain to inspire you 8. Estate ofMattias Pone tecommilted. State of XeI/11Iarnplure.:' to designate the channels in C ow- money norothr"lse appropriated. ". '

it you have inherited one spark of that good fellowship K 9. Claim of John Andrea, disapproved. For a pier on tbo east side of 'Y aleback atan sound, and at outlets of Pasquoiank, Sec. 3. And be it further .enacted That !

which for
the noble C
respect <*f titntion of our a with more information in "
exact regard to
dollars I
thousand in addition to former dollars. t f
Government, and hold not lightly the blessing 5 I1. Maim of Surah Acosla, Adm'x of the c-tate ap l light houses the house the President J ,
light
5LO made For the aYllm.
.f that Union towhkh: we have been taught t of John E.Tote recommitted. propriatiou already for that,'purpose.State construction of a new light ''fat, t : !
look the best to the of Massachusettt. in lien of that .is hereby authorised lo divide ib*
as safeguard liberties oral I 12. Estate of John Atkinson recommitted. norr. stationed off .Wi de'(
:.* Its part, we implore yotflo renounce your mad' 13. Estate of Bnrtolo Canovav, recommitted: For the erection of|t no small beacon: lights point!, eight thousand, dollars.' ., j, Lake and Atlantic coasts into such districts .' : 1

.ndenori. The South can never allow'an interference 14. Estate of Roque Leonard!, not ()provcd. on the north tide of Nantucket islaud in For a light house on Pea Island, or ] ed- I he may.-dam npdltnti and a* hill ,. +

with her domestic institutions: At no 15. Claim of Tony Primes, recommitted. addition to former appropriation for that dy's islandas the Secretary of the TreVsu'- appoint a naval ofeeu. i if the public _

sacrifice can she suffer the violation of right secured 16. Claim of Peter Trope disallowed. purpose, two thousand one hundred dol- ry shall deem.to be most for the public i ii ter* ler"ic"i allow of .ted I i
to her by constitutional sanction We 17. Estate of John Triay, not approved. lars: est. five thousand dollars. examine eacb ,tict with r te all .1
stani entrenched upon our right, and no force 18. Claim of James Arnsu d 1allo\V d. the .eeoef their I V
objects
For cnmplsting the lighthouse on Mayobeach For three or such 1
which does not annihilate bjuoys, marks deii and.i
us, can succeed i in 19. Estate of ;
- bringing us to. submit to any intermeddling with 20. Estate of Christopher John Ponce Lopez dlsallo not ed.1 approved in Weclflest,,.bay two thousand doN ting Chickama>comicb' channel in J id ale further duty to inspect 'light bosses. : i

the policy of but local governments. We regard 21. Estate of Alberto Rogero disallowed.l! lars. county as ball be found most suitable' for (Iht.hoat', buoys,' beacons die.ad to report :'

" aavery. a*' it exist among us, to tie a moral and 22. Claim of Catalina Lopez, Adm'x of Andre For. monument, in the place of on carried : that purpose! one hundred and fifty dollars. upon their present coudU9n and useful ; \

political good-in harmony witlf the nature: of Lopez,disallqwed. away, on Bowditcb's ledge, in the bar For placing buoys at shallots river, ness ; also to inquir'Ior report whether the t ; \

arts in hit present state-sanctioned J>y the universal l. 23. Claim of.Henry Hartley, recommitted. bor of Salem, five thousand dollan.;; hundred dollars. rYO present pubblic, einergenci require any, 1
.
practice of nations in some or other of its! and if what further additioual works
24. EMAte of Jane Atkinson recommitted. For a monument on Bowhill ledge, in the Slate of Ohio. any V't sand
-
shape Writ.* These and justified,1 by the precept of Holy 2:>. Claim of,Charles Sanchez, (a free blackman harbor of Manchester, or for removing; the For securing' or rebuilding on a better I. ill improvements of the above description; ,' 3. i
tie oar if
opinion ; rodifJ'.tr, ) recommitted! t and bfwha't kind and also, further t. ; _
report ;
the ;
rest in\the peace which your own exemption from same;'at the discretion of the Secretary of light house on Turtle island, at the entrance -
Claim of
2G. Gabriel l Priest
recommitted. whether in their the. .
, his imagined sin will yield you, and leave',,n* 27. Claim of the Adm'ra of the Estrte of Fran- tho Treat/jry five thousand dollars. of Manmee buy, in Lako Erie, six judgment pabli :
of
th
en this subject, to .ourselves. And further, we deco P. Fatio, Senior recommitted. For rebuilding the two light houses oa thousand seven hundred dollars. interest,require* an1.modi&uril system

hesitatenot to 1:1110 those of the north,who entertain 23. Adm'.or the Estate of. George Fleming Plumb island near Nenburyporr, four Ihnrtsand'dolla. For completing' a beacon: light near ibeIrance of erectinc.: uI I' csana* .'

aDd w encourage sentiment a* recommitted ... S .V--- of Sandusky bay,:; three tho'us i nd xiog the light bouses.! light boa's; fee.; .and 1 ; .;
l toga "--i- *' nd interest, come not a- 29. Claim&Juan Leonard!,recommitted. Stale of Rhode Islanlt. *'<"'* '' uollars in addition to the sum heretofore tiro,in what particulars ; .and each board .' :

!-..;.. 7 r- ._..,,111'1iot harbor traitor ;.in our 30. Claim of Susan Follis, Adm'x off tho Estate For buoys or dolphins in Providence river, for?that p rp.ole. p.prppriared shall report separately oti all these matters ; !
bet e.-. fOil tan bring with; you no equivalent of Arbina Fallis and Levin Gunby, tecommiued. six hundred dollar. \ For the construction of a light} house on which reports shall bo laid I before .Congre. f ':
good to countervail the evil of your opinions. Set A.: And be it enacted That ,
For spindles at the mouth the northwest end of Bnssjislaod.: l further .. .
the Srinrf placing.two commo ily
We are opposed to or Jloxorotr. 31. Claim of Susan Foils Adm'x of Arbina I
the of the be, and
Secretary Treasury
hundreddulla" called Putin
It ia the great enemy of Democracy. Looking Fellis.disallowed. 7 .5 Pautucket river,. the sum of four I bay io Lake Erie, instead of berb1. >
to the ..u.lood the criterion one-on.: Cunningham's island three i*, directed to instruct such officers to 4exavmine .
a* only of what 32. Claim Prudence Plnmiaertccommitted. thonsind "
is proper, we aha!! oppose the grant of any 81"ehui..e 33. Claim of Snsan Murphy.Adm'x of,, James Slate of Connecticut dollars. and determine whether be expedifot .t .
privilege not manifestly required by the I Cashen, disallowed. For placing six buoys)in the western,' For placing buoys on a shoal l or sun en to construct light houses, or beacon lights- t'

public necessity and advantage. The pauinetente g 3-t. Claim of Peter Segui;Adm'r or John Se and six i in the eastern entrance of Mystic- river i island, near the western Sister island anc to and other works hereinafter prescribed, at "..:.:{ :l I \ t

of the day chow how immense a pjwer i* i.exercised gui. allowed. from;Fisher's island sound In tho Stateof the southward thereof, in Lake Erie, ve the'fglo''IJ places viz : r. '..<.: .. t. ;
: ,
o by corporation! They are weapon* 35. Claim of John Ashton. approved.' Connecticut according; to the and hundred and fifty dollars 11 the Stale of Maine. t ... 1 ,:" : / ''
in the hand of \he.Money Power, capable of being 3G. Lazaro Ortega' Claim, approved* survey A 'light house on the Western poior, .'' ':, r:
estimate of F. II. to the State of I".1
witli dreadful Gregory;reported Georgia.
wielded effect, in its warfare .
37. Claim of the Adm'r of Jo. entrance of York
with the Prodmcutg Pouxr. So far a* they are .- Floyd.approved. seventh day of August last four hundredand For constructing a floating jight. to be caled. I tho at harbor. ", .::. :;.:fr \
Heron's neck '
convenient and a.erolhe1 should be allowed, 38. Claim of' John \Vingllte, !1Ppr ved.*- thirty five dollars ; and for buoys on th, boned in Tybee channel, ten thousand. home ; on Green'sisland ..,
but with such check and guards,that they can 39. Estate ofoaePedrodaRutgasepprored.* rock in the channel east of Ram island, and lars, in lieu of an appropriation of that sir ; hi the town of Yinalhaven. .,

never be corivef tea vfrcm institutions for public 40. Claim of,Philip Wccdman! Sr. approved upon Turner's reef according to said, surveyand heretofore made,for a similar light on Mrtin's A *e wall! to protect. a.lizjit house here,. : J I ;,a; .'. !t

accommodation, into instruments of individual 41.: of Margiritta: Acosta recommit report,,one hundred dollars. Industry shoal tofbro authorised to be erected on 'Saddle-: is I ::: ':,:; '

aggrandizement. They are designed to be weif ted. For the erection of a light house on Lyn- For placing three buoys at the entrance buck ledge, in Penn the expediency ..," :,.ii'. .. .

/ : not t.the few who cluster at around the:money 42..Estate of Sarah Petty, disallowed. de point at the mouth of Counecticut river, of St. Andrews' inlet, five hundred and forty of erecting laid light house. provided ,: ..:.
the and .
bat krill .
chests, to ummnnitg when Without interest. rich wall I b e to its ', .
the dollars 1 dollars. necessary security. : "
they Clue to rfbaerve this purpose, their exist- in addition to sunj.of five thousand I "j. '.
A light house oil the islaad at the entiane j .
the appropriated two thousand For placing beacons or buoys at the ,
nee become alike pernicious to public i in already e entrance ,' '
,City Hotel. of Little river h
of
Brunswick harbor the :
torests,. and inconsistent with republican print I hundred dollars. sum of. othousand .
I Undersi/ned To' wall, the dollars. lor. : -:= : ..
THE respectfully complete; a sea to preserve .
pies.VVs shall give much of oar attention 'to the a informs his friends and the publicgenerally light house and other building on Fair"utber Stale of Alabama. A light house- on "Sail rock" off WI : >) ;:. I
.
that he' has leased It the For the construction: Quoddy head. and' the removal to said sit* f. : ,
of
abject; of IxTxaftAi IXFIIOVXMKKT in Florid island near Blackrock harbor, pursuant a light home ri : _
such of and facilities above named establishment Dauphin island thousand dollars. of the fog heft tiaH located on West Qnoddybead. .. .. : '
With advantages position toJhe: report of Captain Gregory; one thousand > eight k. .
I
will in future be kept by him in a manner, be "
construction, we cannot urge forward work five hundred dollars > State of Louitiana, :
of improvement with too'much trusts that win give satisfaction to all who may A monument Fiddler's ledge, near tba' 1 ., -
vigor
public For j.
the .
of marking and chah
favor him with ando emittheilonse For the erection buoys on such' of the entrance the .1. \ < .
Bntwhile we. encourage enterprise in this line, to retail their the patronage high repuution it has : rocks in the harbor'of Milford as may be d e. eel of Atcafalaya) bay, one thousand Sreuth mouth of Penobscot : -
with honest Southern Island the 'r '
anderUVen an design to be accomplished the at
A
I hundred dolar on :; <
.attained. C. M. ROWAN.St. signaled d'tbe Superintendent light houses J.t t
long .
We be earefu how embarrasstaier to :
shCjuld we Teaoaln'iRubor.at St. George. : _
success 1.1. muldpUcity of i iacerf O ntioniy Augustine. Jan. 1,1883. for that district, three hundred dollars! I t, For rebuilding, the Ifght house at the .'.. .
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FEB. 28 the Connc'il. provisions,
I THURSDAY,. have bad divorce bill before feW
1i..I'. .- : .' S JAMES K. POLK. ,_. L We one cv.ralOtheT5 liow pointed out 10 this Ilosisa f P

, ; S ;.: ,. .In the State of Mat3dchu3ttt$.. -' .Speaker of tbo House of.Representative 1 Principle*. **d ,1.Pupl.." !t but awaiting I think the it is success in bad of way.this, but there ?, eeitainlj f aored .vested 'right. could not favor it 1 i. .'

F'; A bridge to 'connect Plum i iitaudwth. themainland.near RH. M.. JOHNSON, ::= .re & fully in giving jurisdiction to.the Courts n ot pouiMu fr. this howe 1 IY what
Newburyport.. S By.i.i of the I2th of Fe .'"e ban ceived of legislation would bedone by .it ; and ,1
i: S yice President of the United States i in those cases, and then, by/way for bopedtla.
., A light house or beacon on or near a pointcalUd President of the Senate. the following from Middle Florida: leave no ca.es for them to .djtd e. 'u iendmeuts were necessary ),
.;! the Point of ''R cksal"lbe mouth ofWcstport and The nis reached Tallahassee on'the 10th" by The between the House and senate. city of St. Augustine would b dOQ iatoa.

::'" I b rblr. : S Approved, July 7ib, 1633.MARTIN killed diternce ion of appointment i legitimnte and authentic, way. ad by .w jamendment. .(,..

5 .f I 'S "., A light buat bstween Succone set' pointand .5 VAN .BOREN.flCLVEDUCATION. a waggwr, that eleven regulars had be in s tled.not in the right way, but by compron I'e. S S :::; .

;. ; a .boal called .the liorsboe. io tho northern 1 same few idles from the military ttatioi i on the The Senate passed a joint rule to send iiorainationa Allusion was.made by members it d e\
of
:5 the House, IP be of debate to the spirit parties
S I cbanuel( Vineyard sound.In Econfiua. acted on in that body to Ibo .
S .' \V.lallj'lin' an extract from Rev. Dr.-Chan- the the an acted on there, and then to I e d. This their feelings co r.r.beyond the rules o
S the State of Coanntctlcu'ttFor On morning same day, Upt"1ariyd
th or'adiiirab1e' lecture upon this subject; eCo concurred in ; though it u the sense of every, ai; 1 treat tie representative with 10 DW J
:. alight bout of iucreased :.iz* on Bar(- for a t > attend in ,
5- y delivered in Boston."t"t- .1'TaUabaIH8; surgeon member of the House that the proper anode spect as was apparent tl cl, '4
.: lct's re if,.and a light boat iulicu of tbeoue ,jut 11'U said lhat.any considerable education i planter and his wife, who bad bet u wonn. would to meet in joint meeting ; but the ben- thought that this alone was la.fcienl"U ;5'

"f. S .:ati"uo.1 l at 'said i,1 uJ.n .. M* tuan above'their work, makes them look with p. rifles of Ibe.lndi 1n'.len mi e(rom ate thought b its dignity would be compromised indefinite postponement ; the bil WI p S '" ,

/ the Sialt of Ntie Y rk. .li IgIDt on'their t.ad.l. mean :and )lew, and that city tb on the road: to't. Augustine. The fire by this ta. nol 6. ':. '

'A light bom uu.l'l'bcUtt'* poiut, .iu tiHudsoa makes drud&ell intolerable. I reply that a man Fto. 1.. This day the Lottery Dill was unexpectedly bill fur the nliel of W.co':
S
'". river. : becomes interested in labor,just in proportional was directed through the blocks of the btiseand pased. and by an unexpected majority.low reconsidered'today. some

.' A light bouse on tb*,pier at the mouth of the tuind works with the bauds. An enlightened was fatal to a young man by the name of I WHITE, this was managed is somewhat a mjstery ;; 2ta.el the part of the claim had beenpaiif't: 4

: -j Genesis ver. farmer, who understands agricultural chemistry, the son. it is said of the Injured. fJ'; having and I have no doubt theta majority of the House so, and the auditor was called' .i "
," the law. of vegetation, the,structure of plants are in principle to lotteries. I am glad L I : I believe every thirty .5L
the in the house the Indiana kept .
: 5. A light house on Bartlett's poinCat severa\ were opyo.ed
guns
the properties of manures, the influences of.cliOnate ,to that the and Mosquito members right, and that there will then benoobjecbwij .l
.' S ',, : mouth of the mouth the bay formed by the who looks int lI.gently on hs| works, and, out and finally driven off. I are say so, and that their names are recorded in the the claim, dud will pas without oppoaitieejh'Senate. }

.' entrance of French creek into tbe river St. brings hi. knowledge to bear on exigencies,}is iniucn On the Sib, about an hour.by sun, sore thhty negative., When Lotteries have been authonzedby ; 't" ,t

: L more aheeiful a well as more dignified appioached the duelling of M STOICS, any of the .States, some regard .has always I i t We had quite ana musing scene 0:the el.
L-. ; xou.e on the wsj Jtof..Fisher'sisland laborer than the peasant whose mind is ,akin savages been paid to public uiility-generally in fcvor of eration of ihe bill introduced by Sir l1 t,
.. miles from Montlcello. Mi S. I
S about fifteen was
r ; "' the clod which be treads and whose life i.i of
to on and I Atr the Seat
'r'. at a place! called Race point. Ihe sciences, or of some building for pubic changing GovrnmeD.I
S 5 I' Alight house oa Hiidsoa">ivw-mt a point the same dull uir.hinfciiig. unimproving toil. But absent from home driving cattle, and two boy I useful ; but.. this Loner,. prupo' no I oUe in Committee finally! bllw '.

", about one mile. south of the. village of Atbsns. this is not all. Why is it, I ask, that we call manual drar the house, leei'ullh savages-'rrifd.out.so II "ucl obJtCII'purposes an (ff labor low th.it associate with it the idea olneauness ,
:'": \ve that a young, woman. in ibedoor had public morals will receive from this licensed system 'nsticplIo,andTallaka--see. were proposed, but '"
. : fcient I
and think that en iiitclliuent person I II of gnniUmg.' that, I am to say, i is cuuntenanced lust. When the report was Dodfa the House,
S 5 5 A light house the northwest! point of time to make her in cdmpany with the I sorry
) on must acorn it f The reason is that in most countrias escape by this bill. trje members began to feel they had! been i in
j' Gardiner's island. Suffolk county. co few intelligent people have been engag.d lad. ThYltte that the Indians Were,iifficienly i The Stales wherein Lotteries have hereloforwbeengrant too haste, and the repost was laid

;< :, ";' .. A light house or light-boat on Execution in it. Once let cultivated men plough and dig, near t fred.upn them, but as'th*'y did I d. have found put by experience ih
I" j. rock Long Island sou d.. and follow the commonest labors, and ploughing, not, it i..nppo.ed they are out of amr4iuuition. ei is! resulting from loiUries ; oLd io State ptr- Bank resolutions! ; and anti-bank resointiaosare '
r': IniIseStaL'PofOhi.' digging, and trades will cease to be mean. It is haps has suQ red more titan New York. This on the table, to l In? called up after the

i' Abeacon, light on a point near Delaware the man 'who determines the dignity: of the occupation The dwelling was plundered' and bur 4" tate' and other. formerly inveteiatcly fund of hug i is!f frl d. There is IU I"f.araa .1

". flats so called, in the Maume bay. which treasures the dignity of the man S'nJilg Indiana have been seen ue trly.eveout them, have repudiated tle) s>stern, Ont Florida on the part of the friends of the Lankl.n.J .

::' S ,S :. I A beacon light on the lower end of Big- Physici-tns and surgeons perform'operations ry week during the last two months atHickstov > the i should b<''anxious t.. take leson of"i- from I siippone it wi soon be ft end out. U.ia :
: less than full to the lot of most mechanics. t.
cleanly
Batik i in than
: : : S I' 'iler beads than hr own. worse situation any .
/. S island the'root'or'' the of the ; n setilenieutj, or in the neighborhood'
near rapids I chemist covered with
S 11' have seen distinguished : This floating Land Lottery contains no (jnt and yet it i* dtsirable th:1 she should jet lhron.ahir
; ;"; .1 :. Maumee river. du t like a laborer. .. Stilt these men.are not de, of the Oscilla, and as they have frequen oppor meritorious provision. except it be the offering a dUBculties brought about bj her iofprovideaeealinne.

5 ..;1 -k.: ; .' _4 i In the Stateof North CaTJli a. graded.. Their iutIli.euce.gave dignity to their ityAii yet commit few outrages, i ha i become .direct bribe for making the graiL The grantees t

: '!": .t* :; A 'light boat with DUO or more lights, on work, and so our'laborers, once educated. will a common belief in the country that th< : are understood to resideu. of.li'I.III"-| i Judge REID i is here sti unweaiiedly

r, :: .: ;. .t S ..h. shoals below or iu the viciuity of, Tar"river. five dignity in their toils. Let me add, that I see enemy the land is said to b uj-of but in reality it i inj his pnblic duties. kave enNe .
are witJnt powder. ,'
.
hide oiflersuce ptntof dignity, bstweentbariotis '
.' \.1;. \ : mar be there, or5in the ii'or in any:part of 1 day,or 'ltae'day. and wUi'hold a. Coth .
: "\ .: A light boat of inrreBseu size at Brant I%- TS >oCBti 'ns of men.addine When I see. a clerk We understood that Lieut. Mir.AsTt. this mundane sphere; n may even cover theUackl.f. I. sonville ; and I hope it will be found that noiaterests .
"his in figures .
S days perhapsmerely .
( land,ju lieu of tbe one *HOW stationed at set dI spending copying or a teller of.a bank,counting Quarter Master at New River* was fred grant gr or II, or the Forbes that it pur ha-e.b the or iuterettof another -! have mtnlt.ut,.roc",aisahwBce.!, -f .I
island. purchase may .
S I Lc: money, or a merchant selling shoes and hides. 1 I and severely wounded a fjarty of these men to bring forward. (Ppor1edfortkIhreJi.). '?
upon i
; A Ii boat.to be stationed off luffpoiat cannot see in these occupations greater rsipectableness by is of in f. .

., S I 'J : in Albermarle sound.In than in making leather, hoes, or furni J.ndiaDr lie rCevd.lwO! balls i in hi breast.The country I a, (matter and Florida great.importance can' but be called a neW new] Of Mr. WILLIAMS Hl'EECJI of Mr BWk S \.

.:, ., ,, : ; S the Statt'of South Care Wta. ture. I do not see iu them reater'iutellectualactiyitl |hat its legislative action should be based uponthe burn to postpone/iudefiuitelv the Resolution ,.,

S 11. 1' < A light boat on Purl Royal$ bar two buoys r than;in{several trades. 'A-of mania theldsseemi Brig Jioltrt Bruce, Ayrei was wre k. P proactive moral influence thI''it is etcD' |ofMr., flurnitr Feti. 12. .' ,. iMKraAzaaI :

.5- r <:. t in Port Royal son d ; a light house on the fi to have more chances improvement 'lated to produce.. The : lotteries is I : am opposed to &e'e,}
S .f south point qf Otter island, in St. Helena in his'work than a man behind the counter,' ou lucia River Har. on the 6th instl Ves--' blighting' to every useful principle, and there' is oliuions" ;1 regard them ns incorrect ia ..

./"l 1 I sound ; a beacon "light on.Marsh isjand at ur.narrow man mind driving to imagine the quill., It is: the seem sign to of do i a, eel totally lost, tails, rigging i and a f aamany
: i the bead of said sound ; ami such beaconsand that 'there is repugnance between. tides saved.We hive heard in behalf of this is the direct bribeS sumption More, they are cicala*:. .
plain of $20,000. which U in the bill as ted io bring the Territorial LeliTAtu'rt! i.to discredit
provided
.
buoys as may b. uoce..ary'io th. North coarse exterior of a laborer and mental ,1
J. -L.- and, South Edisto sounds. For erectingbuoys especially the most refining tnlur The laborer I r learn that a few trace of India ishavebeen ous to the Territfr. The day before, the same talk, ; are useless be; impotent.; m+ elil.
who laughed (
men in favor of at by ;
strong measuresagainst They..i people
: on St. Helena bar, one thousand dollars. I. u his dust and Iwet, rarru the grand leeu in the neighboringbood of Fort they are intended to flectiad -
,. ,f elements: of humanity and lie forth the horde of gambler that ire prowling a
may
put
S -T ill Pierce. Three about the ,this assisted in the ; they; should pass through this Legislatureand
country
I Ili I doubt not, there is a genuine were seen on the beach reconooiterio day passage
S o 1 ', 5 ', Jn tf. sac,. ef Alabama. enthusiasm hellower.in the;contemplation of nature and I of this bill ; and I am glad to have it to say that I beseut{ to Congress, they .will be licked,!under )
; ; the wreck of the Ruber ]tBruco. the '
table! with
'. house Cedar and of works of under a rnmb r whovoted against the former votedagainst I contempt. .
: : ; :A light on point, buoys i in the perusal genius, a home-
S Sir, I should! like to know what .nmndliapower f
# : consistency's sake, that on {
e'::5 .. between Cedar point and lake Borgoe.In .. pain garb, as under 6ueryVe have heard of tbl..fur saying
S. State a disiingui.hed author who neverwrote so well It H're ported that the Indian Prisoners t )esterJay the House hud passed a Li to punish I of the Convention to pass the ant-fa.ith. .
S the of KtRl.ek,. gamblers, and to-day it to bank resolutions is disputed. Their power,wis.higher
. when ho was full dressed for company. But Fort Butler have was a pass an '
.. A light house at the port of Louisville.In .. profound. thought aadt poetical inspiration have e.ccled tberescapT'eSupeiior other bill to license them. The yeas were Bannerman. than oiiriitiey were the people ia,their

: ( !, 'h S tut State of lUinoit.. most generall19ilited men when' irons narrow Blount. Brett. Brnwn. -Durit Uuval:, capacity.. We are bQt the permittedagents -
< circumstances or negligent habhi the rent coat. Court of Appeal' in full'I Fitzpattick, .Manly. Me Call, McLeod, McNeil, of Unite Sam, vtbich, in hu tuIierN kind 3

,-: A light house. at the mouth of Little Calumet o shaggy f. J. have' made them quite unfit farpolinhed bench, consisting of Judges RASDALL RXID, McRaney, Niblack, Reed, Tabor. Thispin. ner' he lets the people:nominate. A fewiyeifs ,
'. r yer. Tradenell. and Wood 18.' 0oxier ago he the Council himself Nestles ,
.5. saloons. A man a'e truth, and ALLE.T and JoVBOA.y : Nays-Cooley: appointed
may ,
may fr still Ii
were ting
t: In the State of Michigan. be thrilled with beauty in one costume or dwelling attbo .Ferguson, Gould,Jencke Priest Snmerlin. ,, hem.iyif| he choofes. order. us to be drafted,sodas
i S Y" I A beacon light ou a poiut near the town S l as another, and he should nlJeclhimllf Seat of Government on the 13t ult. Willhms. nnd Wri Kt- ,their Bank Director Bank Lawyers. i i Balk

':" : of Maekiiiac.' wel. for the hardships under which Feb. 4.:'o-day'hbiIJ, (or the relief of *e- Debtors, and Bonk Tools. would not be ''i .IIIo'

-- f- Alight house at the mouth of the river illleleetua force had been developed. Some disappointed c.iIGnt'/ur lostts "in not kiah II. Wyncoop was passed. \yeI15. Noes get in, (fur,'Air. Speaker, drafts in Indian)1imeldon'l

23r-. i ;: Maskegon. Lake Michigan. b. asked, bowcn tl laboring disses reviving! office, has chosen to take to bin self iba 13. And aUo l I bill for the relief of John R: catch them) our Legislature. will Lit; mere ..1

."' :' A light bouse at the mouth of St. Mar,'. find lime for self-culture T answer, as I answer allusion in the herald to the desire which the enemies Stanley by the *nmt> vole ;' the.bill being similar pure. .
l in '
principle and merit. \ \ SitJ was yesterday a*ked 10 ezplanwhat I
as I have already intimated.that an earned ..'
I rier.oo Lake Huron. of .
purpose finds time or mnkes time/! It seize on e, 'Ero hate of ousting if A Bill for the relief of William G. DUI, waspassed. meant by a swindling concern." For t e,informatiun -

: \j I S A light bouse at Stony Point, on Lake spare moments and turns larger fragments of possible, from the' bench, and while he ad the Ayes 25. ftaya J. ,' 'of the gentleman from DuvaL (Mr.

S -. Erie. l leisureo golden account. A man who follows general 1 fact, pretends to give his ,version fin! the i A Bill to incorporate the.'Presln terian Congregation Burrilt) I calf that Bank a swindling coCern.wMch. 1
: '
""i 5 A light house at the mouth of Clinton riv hi is calling with industry mnl' spirit,; and uses his detail as a justification and in ,: at Mandaiin, and under the guidance a board of snaver Iialld

!,I. 5- arson Laku Si. Clair. earnings economically, will always have some conclu is A Bill II incorporate the Epucopal Church iat brokers, Mho!e ,nest is in Wall Street, NV

:. A $light house at tbe mouth of North Bfick portion of the day at eommutJ ; and it is amon.tshing pleased at allude to the "ftblinj propensities of Jack-oiiville.! were passed. r 12 1 believe comes into ihe Territory, and under

: '. river. Lake Michigan. how fruitlnl improvement.a short seas i the Ilerald.." I A n I to rai-e a force of Mounted Volunteers pretence of emb isl.ing a Florida Bank, s ud of J
I becomes when seized and It is for the protection of tin Florida frontier affording facilities to our citizens wheedles
A n ; eagerly faithfully I sutricientfor ns to know that all'the : wa! our f
5 5 5 rive lihtJaoutih.mouthofJuuthBtk bus'often been observed that Ilerald passed. All these, bill.go the enate. This last Legislature out of a charter, and not 'least, an
I. i Lake Michigan.' have I time at their disposal profit tey. ..I published has either ,been proved, v r ne'e bill provides for the>iiiing of at least one com amendment lo that charter, by which they intend I

; :;S ,. In the .Territory of ffueonri A single hour in the day, steadily:: given to the denied. But there i j. a sotufinenwho 'when pany fur the defence .r elch.froDtifr countyandauthorizes t. create credit for themselves with the aid of .i t

S : i ,. : A Iibllaou. at the mouth of Sauk river, study of an interesting subject brings unexpected -) farts are placed before' them in glaring color the Governor to borrow money,to pay faith tondt, and then make their Bank"a| eoniriVdnce -' t

,: ; ( I L in Lake Michigan, :; accumulations of knowledge. The improvement supported by the unimpeachable test them, provided they shall be mustered in the service with which to fleece the pe ple.- !
-: J S A house at Lake made by well disposed pupils% in many mOt mony, of the United States. One of the ways is to establish brancheslor ,
light uthport, on Miehigan. or have the hardihood
PS S .5 o country schools, which are open bnt yet i* deny them, an I. with Feb. 5: Today the House look np a resolution' branch. dwtant from the Mother Dank, to shave .,
,, months in and in our school bold effrontery stoutly stand out, and from the bills- exchange on Northern
Senate allies cotton
-S house year Sunday ip such lent yesterday for concurrence, to
A artbo
; light mouth of Kewa ,
S riveron Lake !nee which are kept but one or I wo,hours. in the week, cottrteoui language as a I CLdniant far Lotus's asking Congress'more particularly to define the dities brokers for their own rags,to buy staple commo
S ; I
If S ". S Michigan. shows what can be brought pass by slender I uses' endeavor to down the powers of each Home. On motion of Mr. Gould ,with. When yon sent their notes home. '
cram
, 1 Jn (A* Territory Florida.. means. The affections, it i4."id,Jerowd! years .throats jof the the resolution was indefinitely postponed. The i they told you Oh !.th. pressure ;'alas! !the pamcj .

S Two light bouses on the two Tortugas ill!. into moments,and the intellect has something of I people their ,own assertions, and in della ice of Senate, or alles a part of ihe. Senate, appear I We stopped.peeie payment, but.w* will

S ,. ands, as substitutes for th* present light the same power. Volumes have not only been every honorable principle,u:every eflor to induce (dissatisfied the house should have any part endeavor to accommodate with a draft on Cbir ,:

S j '.h.uie on Bush key. rtaJ, bUL written, in flying journeys. 'I hare i tbe belief that" Hack it i n the Executive nominations, and the object of lesion" a! five per cent premium, or New York it _

.S S. A light house at Cape St. Bias, near the. known a man of vigorous intellect who'ha4 en I The office which Judge REID'S IAi." thei application to Congress is., that an upJanat ten. Ir anyone failed to be satisfied wills tsi* .
S entrance to the Saiut'Joseph bay. j joyed few advantages 'e.arly.education, and worthy conspeer" r; law may be obtained favorable to kindness. might have taken them into Wall "
I eclnsiY8
A.light house en Egmont whole mind was almost engrossed by the detil holds, never yet went a begging. There acticn of the Senate. But is the unanimous Street. and there indeed, he could have got, "
S key, i
Tampa I i
of an extensive business, but who always have been enough who would gladly accept opinion of the House, and part of the upper city note in exchange at a mbst enormous
"- bay.; book of roach original thought, in steamboats I House that the Uw discount. This is hat 1 +
S but is t\nr
Sec. 5. And be enacted i; it became ne for the purposesof sufficiently explicit It is mean 'bv a
S further That and on norstback while visitlg distant custom e'8ar certainly so where there is an exercise of good dung Concern-aftbough, perhaps it U |w.ll.
S : \. Se.- In all) cisc.' .where appropriations are e, The succession of seasons gives to many'of : a certain tfUue to prevent his reappoin Jmentt feeling. If the two Houses under a act wlbin.the.. .law.. What right had they ta suspend I ? it

S : ; :... .. made in this act fur the erection of new the.working classes opportunities for intelec:. and strenuous efforts were used in that l half. cannot find out what the powers of the general Legisla n hat excuse t Their avarice sod CUpidItY Bad .

S : light houses, or new light bostt to I he established t improvement. The winter brings Ic They could net get along if be continued I o hold tive Council are, will explanatory laws hare that prompted/ them lo lend 'out their notes at the

S. : i at places not before authorised bylaw, the huibandtnau, and winter evenings to many the oce. Some one effect T Would i not be better repeal the North and eke where. I call the Life andTrflsI '
more t
4 "..t' S all!% such places shall .first,be carefully! examined laborers. in' the city. 'Above all, [in Christian their pliant would bete Senatelaw .f .fafCllcg con ern ?'a New York chicken batch.
; .. countries the meet views. A petition ed
.S I" and the mOil suitable sits selected, seventh d.V'IL released frou toil. was got u > 'andS On yesterday the following Florida. Who owns it T-I do rot csk to .
The seventh part of thayear,. no small circulated, and a counter petition al! offered resolutions were howVbelher it is of the famous brood
was < Mr.
the o by Gould
i '; ; and persons nuking the surveys for prtiol got and laid oa the table and nbt Leckport :
; proposed of existence, be given by almol or ; fll well I know. eli-
;' works iu the last may op and circulated by Judge GQVLD'I friend r. So ordered to be printed : it does not silt .qr
'u preceding ,
S .5 It t* moral is'it mat.
sectionS Why that Report
$I. ': of this act shall. report to the Secretary of intellctualtnd a more effectual meant of much for the" assertion that the office .. fain weutabegging. College Resolted.b., That the Committee on Schools and certain- fraudulent says it will Spanish ere long be ile.nlifiedWII annulled .,

IJ.\ : : tbe Treasury upon"ivbich of. said sites, if improvement i t Undoubtedly the seventh day i the pro riety inJtruclet in consider and r"por on by he treal,. The a"itnee wilL grams b.11 .airloD ..

.,F ; any.the safety ol( navigation end the public t to'havo .a religions character ; but religion". A word upon the expression tttharity towards S procure a repeal of adopting tt." act of proper jtiuasures to II Birds or'a rellther" _. ,:

S. '" ., interests require the work proposed (or it, fleets itself with all the great snhjscis of' human Judge GOULD He never yet ba become educ/ is t July' 183G.'and entitled .s An Congress at authorize passed nn.Sir' think- if !tried before an impartial )iu', .

.. j4 and also a plan and estimate in detail of thought, and leas to and aids the study of all._' e'd EO fai as to uk chanty from the bands- f any the Governor and Legi I.itive Council II to emtorml faith banks could b* convicted .r .. 1
God is in God is in history Instruction obta.in!
., S. the expense of each work so required, in* in i the works of the Creator'so a i In reveal his man and there are those whose whose duty"t is neral l Unds heretofore refsrv d f'r the benefit of I Il&e lied moonlhige; money called nn: rtll"e I.prereDcea. ThOj bot

S eluding the necessary builJingctto L. con perfection in their harmony, beneficence, and loses that he never may : but from the deposition Seminary of learning in said Territory. which the apuali.ts.of Pl'ahted faith, j-illa'
Europe
I 1 :aeeted therewith. And it shall be the grandeur ; instructions in the billorie of the evinced towards him Raolttd. That the eame committee be further ed, and with the ban been e'eat.

o 'f' duty of said Secretary to .comwuni atS church and the world.ro as to Ihowin, by some of liw.j ursui instructed i to reportupon the host means to guard, inejn are these means same and are these still! '" ng-w cheat

'. the reports thus made to Congress "itliioihe his mora government, and to bring out alevent great ers,there; would seem lobe, a willingness re protect and increase the funds set apar and to have been arraigned before pretences. W. .
S. first of nt in which human life abounds instruction dace hirn'to that milr. But be appropriated for the tribunal LJ Corsgressjje prop.r
- S week the .essioutherctrein ; ut. "thong! they 'pnrpolp ald uses of try u.. They Ire

S S : December nett. And ,thf! 'exp n.o ,f salt in the lives of philllhroLli.lt of snintu, have cast him down, they have not dutrocdijm.' f chool* and colleges in.this Territory. rent and supervisor, in these our mailers guardians;pa'
S :i L' of mn fmi'lenl' for piety Dld vr.e i .1| the*: .. Ruol That the same committee be tllejllrr to try n,. ; they art ,
:it"J: : surveys is hereby authorized.. to be paid by r -" a'cl.-.of !' < vhoe further Now air. irejird these rew :
S branches of learning enter religion, and ar clp' instructed 'o Jutios
int the
u.n
.'W attem
:1 ; ."'i4i.. '.' -" :.-., the.Secretary '>f the Treasury out of any appropriate to Sunday; apd throojh these a vast propensity plead .guillyl, such. (that when thorizmf his COI1d.pOD Govern pronrieiy*. an- let 0., .Ir..add critegrac Pllo ort o '.
to to
: 4 \:' in the otherwise Esclll& emPUr crlf. ....
money Treasury nut .
} < 1-" appropriatVl amount of knowledge may be given to the peo_ caught the to avert their erited Inch means deem 1 1obtain and irfarny .4
;, S "',;- : :. r. the 10' hating lieon first :. Ict'endeuor most advisable to o.ruin.. SS I
> reimin
S ndjnst- plo Suridftj ought nut to the dull and the best information, and
" : \. :: ., b edanp1Ivie4bytheSecretaryofibe1rea.. l frt! ;iies. season tba it flow is to multitudes. I dOm.by and placing .lvel in themost. pitit nl at best. system of common schools. and to that devise be the lay the remarks of Air. Blackbnrn we oar' J
'
most
,' he clothed interest beseechingly, -No, Maisa the
S
r! : :'r'r. tnav' a new and a same before the next Council. not jet received. A

: .'. ,#:.:i\ .,.:t" .. 2. : 1 iScc. G. And be'it further cnactdt, That frunctilf. .I tuny give a new impulse.to the nl..tiol' ,'tant me, sir S Fe6. 6. Ywtordijr Senate which copy i. pr.milf D, .
down shall
sent we
S :S ; < S' of the ] 'ooiil. I have thus shown thai. lime may be for a bill publish ts 5000'.1 it cooet:
.. rr. -Secreniry. JVeruury >e>, and berebyii incorporating the City of
St.Augurine
'J for improvement and the fact 1' that a.d to band. S J
I : land ; among EDITORIAL RRESPONDEN4.TALLARAISLt tlieCorteurrence ;
f I ; :" st9thn'4zedoditcotitir.uea* his diicrelioQ.tbsuld our most improved people a'considsrable C f the house was alked. T4' !
the
S bill
I
: : ;' "' ught-hnusfi at Ostrego.Dunk Dart consist of Demons. who nais the 3lst Jan.. 1639. day was cal.d up and a motion was.- _m ".
t. : i ',: irk and CleelatI4l-anI l cause the sites be- desk Jrpll.d; ;o postpone it infinitely. b! Mr.J.ncke Mr"Burmt 1 I Forcing MJr16tTTJ Tw J
: ..; ,' portion of every day at the in the counting There is nothing new. D .ines befoi e the -The rage for.growing -
j: .. S 5 .: : < < ., loogiog.lo the.lfhiied; Slat of tha old light. room or in somentheriphere. chained to tasks .Council comes in slowly and nothing been that w.g opposed the motion, and a debate euo'd numier.oflarge green house', '. .1

I S .S :.; ":'t ;" v'* houses at CleT
I' :: ,:, Buffalo! ihetStatearNen, Y'>rk, to buoW mind.;' In:the progrens of suciely. with the in- sections of the act of 32. relating to crime i and favor of Fitzpatrick and others, spoke in fitted;op in tbu town for Crowi.g these costly

1 s .. : ;- 0 ..i for such prices. respectively, as he shall deem reaso of machinery. and with oilier aids which mUdemennors, lave- been repealed; and an addi no indetinht&postponement was adduced some tecatue Ireesdorin, : the winter months, and the ,
''S .' ; tbs be Iud i intelligence'and'and philanthropy .will 1hiply.we tional net passed containing severer the eyidenc t. die ry departments and ,yen some ofilie Jatr
to the
; ? s ,: ame ".!t \ proceeds of penalties: people' of SL Auf"Mine wished t" bra coniaiq the
may expect that more and more time will be against gamblers Jnd I charter germs of fm-ra
gambling forest
S : /: ; : neb! sales tb be n,id IO.o the Treasury. redeemed hOI'", takithe hanled'; and some because ofthe threel_ 10 or)
: \ from manual laoor-for from the ry three
intellectual.andsocial manner four
1 :;. : sentencing jury to the Court in or 'large establishment*. '
:5 7.
:, .C : .(1'.e.: .. : And6ei1furker enacted. That occupations. : We had a brisk time in came before there can be lees than Iwo hundred thouiand '
S : ; : to-day committee of 3S xffl
; J ;. th*,sum of two tliousapd dollars be, andberiby the' whole, the act for:the neliefof H.
,.S .; J A \' appropriated io enable the Secretary The Queen of Eugland! .-The follow log coop who was-flopged bJ Co,. dug maner. uUIand by the month ofApriUhey will amiant

t S ., ;' of the. Treosnry to employ'two additional >arai5t"pli. appeared in a rrcent! Dumber of under eonsideraiion ; but it was'finally r Ior- lY on JffiSSSSas fo something ID the shape of Iree. The Jlllr.J

'l: S ", S ; _::. .5 S clerks io the Fifth Auditor's office. the Lripsick Gazette: !I. ported with amendments; the amendments eW stat prii1cpes! Il he IUYrned t gend po-e i. to increase the Bbrnb in size, 10 ,hal
I ... Sec. 8. Andbeitfuflhtreiuwild That i eurred read a firM and second lime oJ- ne; would nntenter into the whe 3 tbe P"n5 openS they '
S. ; .It-: : From the of Reuis.Drc. 12. i an i 1Ue in itch .a .. will answer toPic) I
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;.\\: 5-- 'of principality derd third reading to-morrow. way to lender It 'lOWflOrpqt out the
: tb. lam fifteen tbousattdulI be and isherebp for him'In In shape ofeutungi A
[ is .n"Cisar
.. 5 I here by .)'e-wHueu, The' Hou.e bad also under make a 'r rlnll box two feet wide and font aVoot
; consideration had feet
.. .5 ,;"; 1> appropriated, to enaMe the Secretary has m lrefnlh' 'le or tong, with :
an
committee the
\ august of earth"dl
formally the bill
personage whole
accepted Hie Mil eumi.ed be"-re
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; tied. co1nUi! > one hundred enttigsH
such !
.the will
Navy to cause
a ell
-J.f-t. special etatnioation Ifue' ,
( the congratulations offered oa the An act to grant to Ge i. F. Iiamiltbn and ]Louis. t (hart'i. force, a printed which can > nced in a w rm coraer. *" ;
of the be'.wel1a.tbe !
\: : S coast mO"'hlof ontract of rnarriae Schmidt .ook. and had .as month,they _
concluded authority |
r __ betweeo'Queto dispooe c.f real .esiaiU bv the u, C/refuJy marked have grown snfEcent tombW-
; :.' tb* Mitsisiippi and, Jabioe rivers, and the Victoria of EuglnuJ, and Duke AU lottery.. Se9trll1endmenl! weie' made] and nce. lie had found lioDJ ply, 17 'Jm" tlwm doa-.n.inl ) thousand .
worclsJr l e onearly a
S ;' <:r:. ,. intermediate harbors, bays, : and bajonsv breth'.lh, second .son of the Duke of Saxe- the bill Lomorruw: When loinorrow ; aactjoaecr ITdellen.I changed to eight ; in an tbber. .reesby j pen .ulumn. rOTtAIJJllpt. cnnr. "

/ l", ." j: 1-'.' .,":< .. '1 b*.B* *.iiarf to fix suitable location for ." I S S conies. altouh'the friends of rhe bill. uerwin I ed,and lev substjzuled erased ;iu another Iwo efls- < 1
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; PREAMBL AND : ; 1 I 5 .S'S I ": j
RESOLUTIONS '
; :. 'Ve'IJu, information of tbe I II
r ,iL; (MB., XDBRITT'I.) '--M7? West of the troop operating i '5 5 .. Satan" h. ; AN ORDINANCE relating the in ,, s; -t( S
Suwannee to all 2sOWNOX'
t Whereas j .to Sunday |I..L. Ten For : costs i. : P1l0 PECXliS'qr \ ?" !: !(1 I .4
suit 71W .: }
) a eeruiu preamble and reiblutlon a I companies,.nnder command Major Noel, ''iliteI .THE FLORIDA. to enforce the City Ordinance -,
-. ,/'ra*adopted by tie late Convention of the Territory been exploring the country from the fit. MaiL .,Jou.f NCCK, will lei.e Picola- B&itorjajncd by the' Mayor and .Aldcrti en of f ST. JOEOTS"JpliivTown t\ .' '. '. f
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of Florida,assembled for the formation; of,'rirer, to 1Jtldm '* Bay, and North to Ihe la every' Thursday. Paiseng'ershould| be the City of SU Augustine. ,that' (,UI and after of St. Johns is situate enthe: \ 3 !. '. ," ;
I State .
4
Constitution; involtiogthe cction of Con* nrtiue road. A number of boat have Augi in i readiness to go on bord the Boat in li. date, all and every fine and forfuiur :" inrpoted : JL banks of the no"le.River St.;'Johns-Cast r .' _.f S ;
{re** pon the banking, rail-road and 'other been eutly by.the Ordinances of this Launidaabousfie miles : > :
4.* cor-j i employed along the coast, and the island the r city now pi herb above its junction with ''
2
tnortiiug; J S \ .
por tioDihereto ..chattered by the Territorial I and inlets have all been eximiued after iu for e, shall be recoverable, cuti' of tu" cern, and twenty' mite'* below the town of Jackiunville .' ; :_
\' Legislature.be .' by the troop. It. i< expected that Jo 115 LEE WILLIAUC, suit wit ; '
S ;by
No Indian.were discovered and any person or persons who jefor r and thirty five miles north of' :
it resolved! therefore,by the Governor and I of btir.ft'quealiutbulection. no One recent section signs of I Etqr. 'u ill run' a rt'&ulc STAGE from Pi* the fame; before magistrate of/the city, and giistine.. The nearest point 'where it cu"IJ.be I.AII".f- S

Legislative' Council of tbe Territory C Florida .country,that bordering on the coast between the cohta to this placeto meet the arjangetuent* shall go, One moiety t the person or p< ronswho possible to'establiah Watering \,bc. uf any jdiporta'nco \\. '.." 0 S- : :

.I 'ihst tbe pow.n'of the aid Convention' .were j Snwa'nnee ltid'oudm.n'. Bay, yet remain ni- of tb Joat. S \L shall sue fur the same'aud the other t loiety ,. from its being perltct.'y open jt the .v t.; '.' ;
limited ,
to the formation and adoption of a explored% -but lEe command have been ordered to the City Treasury (or the use of the city, North' aud Last it receive*'all,the advantage's of '.' : ***s: .- 1

Constitution for, the people of Florida, with I upon thatscout immediately. This labor has: DAIVCIIVC SCHOOL. .-. Test, P.. B. DUMAS;'Clerk.: S the trade winds wbioh blow across the Gulph of 4 T' : .'I : : 55 ':
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each other measures a* might be needful I .een.accompli.hed t>J officers and men on foot ":AUGUSTUS TAT1N hating returned -S S S F. L.SAN DANCY s ; 'May;or Florida at the same. time divested of the beaf. ., :. ;\. "\. S
preparatory to its admission into the National I Little danger i .t ness IJeculiar.lo.'a residence oil the .. S
apprehended of to seatuast. ,
the 1
Confederation and that in assuming to represent! ; traveller Suwannee' Ir. St. Augustine, announces to tbe'pablc ORDINANCE relating to Cart, I Diay*, e water opposite the town is (excepting in the .: '. :.
the his
t pass through country to I tie former patrons! dial he will :' :: .
the people any.other. way or for any other posts without escort.VVe iu-Jeed School open. Wigout. and'other Carriages kept for aire. rainy ,eaoui) athoroughly suit &II at'th. Bar 1- .f".f"r .
the Indian .
hope
j on <
: Friday Evening, the rJd inct. Be it ordained ,
purpose, that body La travelled by Uie Mayor end bl c consequently beneficial '
beyond the bare retired in in its effect, for _
pale 'J '
f' ''ObcriIV. may earnest. and that we may for tieinlemen. He b.s.taken the Room the City of Ald.rnen 1I sea :. 'f .
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Long bathing and
hal I air.
sea
j hearof no further SI..Auguslipe'lht During the Uum the British '
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depredation on thi frontier i of Col. Cue situated: in \ 2 <
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" &tesolved.Thatin referring to Chirlotte 8treet, to let, or drive Dray, Wnggon were i iu.possession uf Florida \ .
the
Congress From Ilu'. East we have, bat little information. which theru Car s. Johu ws* a j- .
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a ,
L eRrtercd institution of this private entrance. Mr T. will or other carriage within the city without having place of considerable \ i '.
We note then
.Territofwhich see:it again staled that a Hnmber of Indians i !' give weekly Assemblies to thel..adi.s ; it bore the nameD :'t':.w,: \
for years have been acquiesced io by the General I have: ,come mat Tampa The iroops have uf L. Angunine and Genteu'en frt obtained a license for so doing; .frO u the |, ShipYard, and many vessel were"builtand'launched ; :.. V 3
I Government. d during the!Spring and of the City Council for time 5p 5
4; especially,in invoking it*pow ed a number road, and established opOI maiitbs.. the being from tnis convenient
situation.'V
4Jtrto repeal amend, or alter the same the said I accordance ,ihe of uomer shouldsubscriptions b'' mae who .bal number and register tbe .alue'apd fu p Steamboat arid all other vessel cm cress t
Gen to the ,
proposedplans defray .
kr- invention has assumed up expense. the sum 'of $10 for oiie of the bar, wilh ;
itself
to
prerogative Taylor. kutriaT farther Icen8 year, may approach o 3d feet !the town :
advance ,
h Mr. Tatin
been i
offers -
v.yet also to instruct in the of, $5 S
I fer conferred art for the
upon if, or roll each cart, dray, waggjoo.brother river bank 5
even contemplated I IJ in closing the wir.-Fltrridimn gently sloping-tu the cb I..uel. .
Fei. & !
the people.' \ I Dancing/an, private class, if requested. carriage shall be'paid{for the UM of the A'subscription fur repairing old King'* Road .. : i ;
of -
'lliL : jlesolved. That the allegation in the .to".
r .. preamble aud resolution 'I"inll'ee.tain cxi>ting .MULBERRY TREES. \ die days, in Thursdays.the Afternoon.and Saturdays, for young La>, Council, as a b. services' in issuing each with au amount sufficient for that purpose ; and j
corporate'inntintions in this Territory i lJondav.'edue.day..:, license ;,and in case any person or i shall another subscription is afloat.in the .( S : '\
are aid ( "Jowif ill. 1"
i )locse indefinite,not founded in (* and Vochas I Iu addition to"what 1 have already published iu Terms Fridays of or Geotlmea.o Evening. let.or drive for hire, 'any cart, dray pr'Qur or Mary and it* 'viciniy,5for extending 'he'saw* "-' .,. _. ... _I* : f" j .

17 could not with a due regard-to impartial jm the Columbia! ChsItiitun'and Savannah paiifer. week Tuiion, IO.per quarter3 lessons other carriage within the city.without bavin g.fntI road n$ fanri1ba"-ltlac'lbutf; saving in the dis :", ;: .-f' 'J S ,
on dad :cuture"bf! thi per In obtained .. l '
tie., as the _same are presented, b! met, ai.d cur important and profiubfa pabe advne4 I such ljceu. or without having tones fro4ijgustin. to St Marys, at least .. S"' '. 5-.1> ;
N. B.-Mr. T. .
: ,tree, I will try, before UIY near departure frwuYthis'cityif give number of. -i.' 'J : ,.
leloD COhiiles. .
and other ;
reeled by any tribunal compoteut afford a remedy or classes. iMute. licle ( no ) pi ioted lSt.:". and Ferry Boat will be iu im ;. 1
lean be able to introduce to the ,privately, by in figures not less three inches 4n' the mediate'operation for the -J .

j itetolvcd. That the assailing the established. knowledge of culturi and silk growers of Flo \\ St. Augustine, Feb. 19, le3 mOl conspicuous part of lid cart,dray;waggon I, *. acconimodittiou S of pss'euger S S ; .;

lJ intituti. of ourTeritoyaud leferrinj then rida sou.e of my observations, made In Turkey, SELECT or other carriage,so a*to be easily seen ;and have It may only be ceary: far tho.e 'c"' :_ .

to ihe action Congress, is impolitic' unjust France and Italy,oil the varieties of the silk wurui for. tbe management bl the same, a' sobs r, discreet wishing to uke an interest to observe the parsone names \ "; .f.; i i M' S

,::1 F and inexpedient, and calculated to impair their eggs,and the necessity of naturalizing by inocu For Young Gentlemen and.able person ; snch.person or persons of thoe w ho. have already engaged lots in the '". S
credit and usefulness lation, orfgrafiing, alt trees of thatrace and of: shall for inch offence forfeit and town of St. Johns .5.. : S 1 J
4,4 ; and that while it is not \ Under every pay_;a to be assured of the firmne ; ,, -
I denied that 'our Territorial; Bank referred to different designations, in.the proper nature :Vf 8 yean of'age. sum of not less than 910- or. m"."than $ iL. of this project, and the certainty of its rapid sue "i. S f.' "_
: the mulberry lice ;viz;=the While Mulberry' 1 ISSi'ZIILLIPS 2?'J'af! all licenses. des : ; S .
were in common with similar institutions a: the ; respeetfullyinforma the for driving c.u.irays I, A comuiodiuu hotel will be speedily coiw : .' "
L outh driven leaves of which (sill thoe ef the smallest size) .1.Y parents of Gentlemen under 8 or other for hire" pitted : -.
to a suspension of*|(cie pay me nt*r. young year* wagons carriages n the a good wharf and a school 'house and ,tr f S
) and more or leu of them to a curtailment of their are undoubtedly .superior to all thd others' and ef age. thaffhe will open her school l on the frs .haI not l>e transfeaMe', and shall.fc. taken church'erecttd. Si. Johns offer' advau' '. -

is>ies, a confidence is nevertheless entertained iu therefore the btkt food bleed the ilk' worOIlI.-1" day 'of March, next at her residence solely for' twelve monll; if f>r six months. I hal toga Iu'seukniasiliuo to visiter every 1'h.)1 Rlb.r- I S !
To think otherwise u cobs iu error. I have stu Uuys.-and thatthey will be instructed commence on" J .
their general good management, and their in Urtho- day of January'and ry tree, fur the culture of Silk-.Orange tree
a* well. future solvency.Ketolved present died it in all countries,where such trees are'clJltIwaled. gnphy, 'adla\ Writing Arilh.elic. Gram I. the first 'day:orbit in each year,. t i ig tree*"Grape' .. Olives, and the other'uHrul*- -1-: ,

That the adoption of the said fr .a"d I have obervedthoe, worm*;nbuiUh- mar nod Geograpuv' '1 erins quarter. twelve'month*, shall commence'on. tb adjiC.lii .productions ofih. earth can be CUh-.I d her 5 r S

and resolution, being an exercise iTauthority preamble ed with the food ot 'the white mulberries to* become u The" NewJr will be pleased to give,the Jftnunry. of every,year no as well a* in any'similar latitude throughout the I S .,' ,

delegated bv the people of il.it Territory I.S. yiore biOut. inure fcttong and to produce four ineniionsaud send the bill fur pay- made in the amount io be paid for the license for. world. 'Placed near the entrance of one ol the.,", Z-

should$ be regarded only" as the UIJl'elliln belter cuc-oons mid in double quantity but n
t t of individual sentiment, .so far as the same was wht is necessary ,to.mulberry culturist*,. i.ltt .St. Augustine, Ftb.* \l I83D. S every 'pron'! who shall' hive obtained st ch li> vantages of th.'lown are peculiarly eminent ;

I expressed by ilea members of said Convention. know how to inoculate, new cutillg.-and.tu t cense obliged and they*are, hereby I. the river i i. luvigabln lor steamboat up"lrd.o' j :": S

Rs .lveJ. '"., our Delegate.in Congre. be therefore, th\l persona who tnay widno I "rl u FOR' SAJLL'. S quired. at attunes of the day; (Sundays excepted two hundred mites, into the_very heart of a fertild i \ J

4., instructed to rel.t,by nil proper way. arid mean, it with) ne, can address to ii>)ysell at tho Florida FOR TiE 'TCltM or TM, YEARS." ) t carry all goods, wareS. merchandise and and nlnbrions country. which doubtless will :

ra, any measure in thai body which buy hive for its Uou'e, Room'No. 7, arid will have tny immediate rniHC C now occupied by Williauuib S commodities application being mad tied th (as soon as the Indian* are removed) 1* thickly ; '

ifIol1et the repealing! amending, or altering the Two or' U.ret year* more mu 4 JL Clarke as a shop on Charlotte Street near moo ,,tendered ;and for every neglect or Refusal 1 willed, where cnmerjus towns will be formed I '. f '

i t charter_of_any. .of the.afuresaid incorporated inV "I.pe. with.good fortune.. for' Ihl wlc) ol mulbbr .Wharf and the Oyfrler. House. connected 10 to do, sbal frfeitOrpay to the .corp ration I. whose; produce '"t bv conveyed Io Ibis natural "I ".
.LuIu4I. we I3Il. 'l'enlh.rl. rv'cltln Lnt .'A.' .U'h.,- .'M' M.-.II.A ti.bl .11.,.:.wilh. _: }tnnir. "r \"... .....'. "".. .___. the,sum tlddoUaf., Provided al wavi .-That depot.00 tbe.ey* to muketa. "I'M. r..u..I."ft. .;

reckoning with the ;reprnduttioh f-.tho:e now at)jt;;:JiouWor rV, SASCHCZ: \ .nA She O\tet cart, dray,:'wa lon. o other i will be the retoit of fashionables-, and-;invalids J.i S : :

!, : -PBEAMDLC AND REE LUTIOr\S. [ilaireJ: and ..vviih' those imported frourLnroe, : carriage, was: pre engaged to work home i intely throughout the Union" It may be worthy ofre; .
not one more can be sold fur one cent. TJ.eie-i for some person.or' offer inch other mark that S:. Johns is far from ,: j
(MA. t.cata'. for ahal eapn- remote Indian [
) Sale \ .
fore, itistotheconvenleuceof: Ameticon able excuse shall districts V ;
I Wbereag. S a approved olby tin Court a id that the moccaniu Las kit :
the not ita
execution of bonds, or me engaged iu that culture, to enlarge' their.P4trioh"J A LOT in the City of:t.Augu.tne..i ated or b13lutate before' -bom the L ay :b. print within many niiles of this place for 'yearspast. V ; S
kiag endorsements upon tlitlioudsol' the rich on,the s-nith west S a V '
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-corparaiioni. mauiiUctare of Atneiiciin Silk. and theprocreation : jmd The water for domestic in St. I _
for individual benefit, by the Gorernraeat of telnu egg"t arid their revival ''I Cradle fctrcuu, /f'jPU"'t Mr j Uenet' i tore, 3 That t1' drivers 'or cart drays. r i* excellent and nuueroussulphuruus use and Julius other" V t'.J
of the from death. fronting about feet on George street and other \ aons. I j jI
of
Territory Florida, u.iia .uccuion, I intend uliio to make t xy.three cirniaesin ci1'are sirki y prohibited mine.IspIinagefound in the nei.llborb..ud. V : 1
i ,fleet 'affixing the sigu ture of ,each and& a republication of all my rectiptl. alieady pob- and one hundred on Cradle .:reeL from driving otafiuster rale' tan walk I 'rhe river t>J>noite abounds in fish of the'chi. Vcest -S : S

every citizen of thi Tt'rrilor1Io'tbe, time Ii"beed in the Columbia Telescope Geougian.ani bank AUo of, 4JU the ac.el of Land, situated on the ,wett b! claw trot or pace through the .treel nd on I quality and oysters of a superior kind can S :
nd. if all LfnJs Telegraph. Savannah. Agriculturis' river Matanzas, about .six miles approaching: or turning cornens street be obtained frou S
at valid. and mortgage Lit Souter I South they their riati" bed.v it Lin the
from the
Farmers' llcgister, Cbale.toD City of tit. An .ine, and half .baU not dnive faster Ihan"a walk. dan pace of IWO't.ouuth woods S
properly$ and nuke him indiiduaJl.1iable 1erclrud in the ear are 1
mile froiti the .I
a mouth of
Courier continuation of Moultrie's!\ Creek. wliitor free well
; and the of stocked
p this wih S
my 'deer
wild
%to the of lon .cilonr g tnrkie ami ulierame ; '
: paj-minf saId bond iu case pay- wrefj-or receipt vines oil from the This "tract il very advantageoulyihuuied, not ban forfeit and Within : .
on ,'ineJ caule. paythe sum nf e dill.Ji -- a few mile are the Plains
DFego
r ment i h not wade by said corpprattoa. seeds ol the .ul- ower, brandy' mulberry trees, only for planting generally, but will afford I plea** fl I ,,'r a ,slure his ow r'r empole! f-.shall which natural avantiah, all,>nJ for 1 S t'

Iro1veJ. thtrtoret} That the Legislative .ilk worms. dried figs, ra"uin'bullace wine, rruittrearrr.erVlion. sant and healthy residence. The soil fronting pay a like"uiuxn ; and on..'41 to pat Ih .mv. hundred feed cattle, aiid some of tlie range richest many I*nil* : I' S 1', ,.

, Coun.rU in pairing nets authurisiug the of giapes; apple, and alI I on the nver being tvell adapted to the cultivationof said .slave an receive lei han Ie i, nor in EaM Florida are in cl->?e'Yicil itl' Tha front 'I. U S S S

the same exceeded their proper function fruits' the irrigation of-the Und in the warm Iea. IhoorauJe and mulberr. is confidently IK' moro than twenty t trpes! the "arkd h use. lots'io, St, Johns are 100 feet .from the River at ;

and have doiie that indirectly which the son, the fattening of winter hogs, artificial man| to all a rcsi 4:: Thatths( rate. be ..lo\ c rmen high water ; they contain CH> feet front, by 'H>5. V S V ; 2

people, on a direct application wouIJ uti- ure. salt batter, potatoe cheeee, lillaton: of I c'ence.to It ii known)R 3Jrine'. place. Apply for loading:canruig, and uul : : deep ;jall other iot*'nre ICO feet front by 105 in ., V Lj.. \

-.doub'rdly! have refuted. whiskey into brandy without leaving any of the 8.ANTUNI For each Ilad (rum the City Gates.east depths -The prmcrpaf.street, called the Avenue > S

Resolved. That after the .issue' of bonds bad .Del.f the whiskey, ginger pop. syrup of Nor. 23.S : ALVAREZ. or Tolonato StreeIalong said street; and s"IOOAret wide ;through ,ih- centre of which J' :,'. J

excculrd 'illout lemons, good vinegar without expense .,. on the eat sideof Sanchez Creek. :a / runs a promenade 20 feel wide to be shaded by ,
already by Government to the I roptr'-culuutioi of olive trees,syrup. S I lane caltedCaii vas LIoe. running eat tothewatersof the Magnolia. Wild Orange Cedar. Day tree and : .

Union Bank of Florida to the amount of of orgeat, ratafia o(coffee, ratafiaof oran:e. &c. REMOVAL.IL. )Jatannl River. 2".. other beautiful eveipreenu of this Park I 5 S '

three million of dvllers. arid after-the en- S GentleriieiMif St Augustine excuse the l lty ibr- LYON inforn.sthe.citizenibf St Au. I ,F r each load any dit'ce within the .- street is upon a similar plan. The country.mall in front I i ''." ";' '1' .

dorsement far the Uovernoi shnll hnve'deto I iak IH c. l/ing/ 'your atteutioii to the import-! Ut1flO an J tli* l'It AtSrally, that b: above hnuits. \ S 12j will 'be onnementedby a double row of Palm "- ''- }:' V j' :

t placed I 'w'th.bo d. of the Bank of IVnii atwu'CrJle..ilk worm fgg.-the Petd baa removed hi. retailing Dry Good and Fancy For each I03d any distance \\il.in the trees. JN'o building excepting wharves-will be I S S S
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.. cola to the amount of i wo millions and! to 1r4.c" industry. oftlU't Ultra to the house belonging to .Mr. Pcrpall abovelinuits tl any poiollouth allowed nearer than one hundred feet from the ( I I

.. U.e Southern Life Inturaoce eegs never die-ifever t lose life ; fronting the Uay. lie"uulso l begs leave to Lane, b\rcanovs! 2 river. The whole! town is laid out on'.an incliif I J' ..
and Tnui within gl.i.ses. on' tbeets of paper. they can them that he In*: just received an additional S For cacti tOld fozn Canovas L'te.run ed plane reaching an altitude of about sixty reef : .
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to
Company an amount which is unlimited transported easily'from Eun-pc and preservedfor assortment of itaple and fancy articles,consisting fling south along the east side of 8 ichez commanding a good view of the river, and the/ S I ; '

by law, and the public faith' nil! have hero ever ; the first cost of them in Curope, or in in pail of Ii.b _, Linen Diaper, aud Table Cicek, or any intermediate, lace. \ higher lots overlooking the sea. No_expene will ;: 1

au far extended for individual |,en'fit a* on :Afric ii a trifle; and the sale and profit in Ame. Clut : de Lame, a.ssor'ed patterns.! Hob- Fur each wad from any point within be btf fpare-1 by the Proprietor.jpf.! to -' f r. ;

l longer I? tie fcvailaMe to the pe'ople (or an, quite sure., In the NorthernStaIes, they l.ce-. Plain and cross barred faiucy.'Iuieizi! *, first named brnits to any point W.t1ancbez.Creek ol renderh-J.4iiisboth-picturerquus, and property.healthv. I S S 5 S

purpose of education, internal I improvement hare been sold attbree hundred dollars per pound. Clinblic Dimitty, Olack. aud Creen Lice Veils, D..far asSolana's Old A full block is allowed lor a Church aud School .

or for the- absolute and necessary n aul of S I submit ail these' conniderations to. your good BUck. and Whit Silk aud Cotton Hose. Linen 'erry and &(.r a. the west end or the about 20 acres (or a public Park, which is at V Sand

tbe Government. judgment. CO11REA DA COSTA.St Cambric, Madra and Pongee Handkerchiefs. lines ruunhig (runs ike Fort Marion t the \\ present thickly wooded with.Live Oak*, Magno ,
Aogiutine, 23thFeb.. 1839- double and single vv 'rked Collars KiJ and Silk east aide ut f :. Sebastian IUver. lia. 'Cedar, arid other ornamental \\1 !

Resolved That a law or part of it law \ (n':1._"-..-. -pnhrni__. ,_' t..w_t i "&'inn.. .'. ."f......f.I UIU..C IP5kSheeting. For each 10d frnm- IU'V "in' ;.n.II. 2 Ih8'lli'h n_ .-'O'--",- nnrli..n-''-'' -.r. ,.,.._ .__...._.._ trees n'L. .and__ on. S '
found to be dangerous, impolitic and injurious -." Silk Shawls, black eilk Braids, and Csnovas Line within i ;first specified I F'niits' t[ Su Johns f property, 7" cover*about- IUOO ne j"re.. wuie i "

the public! interest remaining unexcu- r DIEI-- Shirlins. l.ndiesand 3eurl. Hoods one trunk any point of North ,City south of Joynerstreet the whole of which might.be bnilt .cru'I- '. .

,, ted conititute uu.vested right and. ought In this city 'DD the 241h: but., of CoQsumptiou French-l'errumer with variety of other arti- ,' ,continued' to'the St' Sebastian I. red. Persons wishing to make extensive upon ifncq..i-Orange '_ !I, S .,

to he repealed. ,'Airs. SARAH S. WILLIAMS.ARRIVLD. c' lr offer fcr. sale cheaper than River;, ; S : 2 i or Mulberry grove, can be provided wih por S :. :
Resolved That it i*' tbe opinion this evpr Air cash. For eachload from south of Canon: tions ofv hnd of from,11), to 200 acre Warrau to i .i S

;; Legitlaturc that no further band ought to All goods bought at my Store, and not beingas Lane to any point of.Nort City .south ol ty title will be given to purchasers. I J :'

; be issued or urgoiiited, pledging the faith of ;i1'tUtE! JOURNAL.jk' S they are represented to be, inay be returned Inyner street. 3J. \ Terms Vf payment accommodating. -: j C '
within four For each load from noitb of For I { \
hour and the any point
twenty refunded fiunth'eparticulais I'
the
of} (oliJII money apply 10 Propri..tnr '
Territory .
to banking or'oihercprporation the GtCIIO ; i
; and I don't charge 2 per cent. City any other point south Dr. ANDKEW\WELCH, at St. Johns, or to Gen. V. t V

*. Jan.23, 1/3 35tf. Joyner Street, continued. to,the St. S P. S; S tTH. Agent, St. Angu"tine.BLOCKS II I l' .
tle.oled.hat tbe Comm lien River ; "
f' 'tec on tteJu. 12J S i

did'r1'be instructed. te' report a bill lore. : ,6 Public ..iYotice.S 250 feel of r-.t.al constitute1 OJ l ad. Lot. AND LQT 1NU4 CEO.' .". .V_... !. i. ,

:,.- peal so touch'of the act relativet the So u- :: riMO ALLthou it may'colcer. I give pub- 250 Brick, a 'loadi S JOoc&\ ,"::>;:, .. ,1< : 'I V 1 .

4b" them Life In, urnnre and_ Truit Corapauy JL : d cautinn'all person interested 400 Shingles, a load. ".0 1 General' Smith :"%- f i- ::<

,, nod tbel'uriitcola l Bauknud Itailp'ad.Coinpnuy. I'\RT OFST. .UGUSTJNI.T not to"pnrdi.iso from F L. Dancy ahd One'(uIUolbead or Pipe, a double 'L6.-.d. 5. S ;. 10 2 Messrs'I : Cleland'LSimm.n.. ... -.' ,:. .,;. ,I I S j ;
p One -5 Cleland& j .
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of "
.! Mr.J Janet Graham, nilor of Sugar, a load.. ImalO .. ,I T.. }
II autfat>ri,.c. the ii ue of boud to be any part the FERRY One Barrel half 'load. 2 'I :3 l\,rs. NicntL "e tc,.. 1 S SS
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,:. endorsed or guAranteed by the Territory, i all or TRACT any ("rfor or Height Six Thousand of SebiHian Acres; called; and 4 Cord of Wood,. load. ', ;'.- S. If'. 9 Mr*. Nicoll.. -4', W ::. -y.. ; '... 1! ,: 'j -

I : ( I UUfN.1TA the St. Every full.cart or draf load of good wares, 1' 3 Col. Hallows. ,.>!*,' ,' .J; ;; r : 1'. ,'
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Ttffntu Johns and ;
on .
, ,J Fifth Congresi.) Fe!>. 27. Sfcamer Wn. Gatton. ,', : any & merchandise, .and commodities Jier jtofore '5 .If 3 LoLIlaItoss.I > 5 r'S ".S .. """ ., ."- .'J d V [. '
Freeau all olher lacd-i in this not .. .' 7. -
HOUSE and and ali ; if". : f I
REPRESENTATIVES. ; t
Indian Terilor)_ any 7" .
I titer 16 hours. enumerated and in bulk ,ft CoL Warren. '. I : 'I ,
and weight :'e iial .
Monar.Ftb. II, I8Z.c S7.. Urig Cashier. Lots in the City of St. AugiKioe'; which said to A full hogshead or pipe constitute no load.] 6 II .*.. 5': .Ci.L Warren\ J, .: 'i'..''."-.. ; '. r I' j
LoUiind Lands a '
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Jatkoovilc- ( thetleiglitsof St. Se- shal. : ;
except 'S'" .' .
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A.
TEaftlTO&IAL .
BUSIJSEJtS. 0 c H
Lumber. Jirick. 5. That if -; ; Capt.Eddv. .f' :
of
Lime any owner ,
" bastian: drver cairo 1'-
accidentally or any ; V "
of
On motion of Mr. the hlrr. out the : < 5 !
s
Bronsoo all bills deliredlylcf ,6- 6 Miss .
: and
Master :
were other : CampbelL
dray
or fur hire; shall demand :: ; -
Sfhr Xeaurakeag, ---, lud.ial riv- mortgage are more the rbortfffson carriage or 1 \t' : ; j
referred the ,2. !
J to same Committee of the U'hcle receive --:2 G )f r. True,. \ .:
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c record given of any greater rates price or plied or the ."oJ. .
tome
the the ) Trmtee J" 4
fin statejof: Union Jr. Davee/of Maine, 5- a my carriage of the S 5 15 Mr. Fitznatrjck. .
in "
la the chair. WENT TO' SEA. chi drln, for.te purchase money jbjr the said 4tb clase of any this artice tentouae. be : 2 'r. : 17 Mr. Bl-efow. :0. :>l fe. S : S .
the \. '
On .motion of Mr. B die committee took up ,22J. Steiimer Florida( Nock. Savannah: I Dane) an.I1J.Mr.Graham I and which they refuse person so offending, if a white IIo'Id frle t.:: 5 I).f'IIIrwt'u.! S ; .-5r. S'._: .S j
bills /pav. Daucy pay me, as be is S ., ;.t
the in tbe following order : Schr. Messenger, LIi.r, Jacksonville. : "i fh5fty.) e\f ITtr everv luch nv ,7 r. Re..en'p.k; "!
. A bill to provide for the erection of Donna to. me principal ana intere9 now due on coor..hal r 4 .C Reserved. .Y 'J. "jJ'
buil. fintf of I
: ../ ding4n tbererritor'of Florida.' public Stbr.' Priucc, Elkinton Pbiladelpliia.GOOQ my tnorts'ge and not tell me is he has told me, 'a doIL andlf a slave, bis'owner :1.1 : 5 RpJPnf' -S S\ ;'; S ;
Moriu MMlIjca his Trees. bit he employer pay.a like sum, aid onto refasnl 1 S .5S S5\s .;'; "
After owe me nothing', when hive asked him C.4 S 1..i.
eome remark from Messrs. Bond 5 Reserved
Downing .
and Bronsjon, 'Schr. Delibt, Ilrowu, Key Wes and) for whit is ribtfully mine-then I cannot objectto pay the same.the said shve shall be de I with 7 II 3 Rev. 1). Brown S 'I'' ''\. j. t S
as i* in the third cUueof k.M i
ihis'oid .
Mr. Bond submitted a proviso that the. Biicayneapd St. Mark, Ids. selling arid making titles io' the above 6. provided nance. e. 3 t Pvev. JJ..1 ."'.., t \' S 1 '_":
passage That if obtain vr'o. >
l lands. person, having |d li- f. S
F. any
or.thi.la. should be held a* binding tbe United J. AV1CE. Trustee. 1 V
Stale to any future' appropriation, which wa St. AU,' atbe! Jan. 12, ISM.: 33.tfI'erftiiiiery convicted cense .aforesaid of shall,within. twelve this 10' t)9! b _T'i S\S -S : -Ii f i
: w", J1 aaina or 1\TlICCUA\TI ; !
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and amendment ordered CJieapG00d8 for Cash before roUKT- t .. *' ( ItJ .
\ only. : any magi.ctrata'of city either I I y hiinig In tht !
:I aU''lUe Estate rf JJOi ""li.' c.f S
'it:MIL {Subscriber i* grateful to citizens of elf or any other or driv the V \S ; S
person '
: _,JwrtJiIl making St. Joseph's, Florida, a port JL the Territory of Florida, and b particularly JUST RECEIVED per chr. Princess, fron carl, dray,. waggon or other perrons Carriage to which i ": /srl: :n&ezcdc { dsrlarg. .: ... ;': t'\ .,< : i i

C of entry, was also considered aud ordered to be of the city of gt. Adgustine, Jacksonville, Man- celebrated House Johnson* &' .; any sucb license refers, ha shajl orr il ich license ( (I K. AM'llEWi: ,. if th* :f..tl1. : '\ .5 \ .. ; ,

reported. darir. and IHack Creek for the New Yorh the most and assortment and shall be entitled I ry Exrcutcru of the Ksi.vtr: i>f .Rafatl to : S\ V
.. liberal' patronage complete perfect not to receive]one in Andiew. : .. : i' I
'rb. Dill fix the salAries dcc.f
of
to the keeper of tbe of PEkFU having! arjntcd the accouui with S S
he has received( them, &nd solicits attention to Y.&c. &.ever exhibited less than twelve months thereafter. } .'. i \ ;: .t'
public archive in Florida. After a brief dieu' this advertisement' and a chare of public patronage fur'rale! n-this ci'y.con.i.slinp -i S 7. And he it further ordained by the at boiilyT the heir and a&ign* of aid "A rnre, hert-hy gives* t' \ i f. S .
.- sine between Messrs. Bond and notice, )that immediiiely: af'er the II j
, Downing COI.UGNF. expiration of S
for the .Findiu the o'r.ron WATEIt,, aforesaid.That all ordinances of, S
; ordinances \
Bond present year : city or parts Iii month from : I : '
Mr. moved to ,atrike out the XAVENDER : lh date hereof he will I
enacting .
DO. apply I
: with transient heretofore
traders, he'.t compelled to doa pawed, regnUting cart drays, t \ ,
clause of the bill : lost FLORIDA to the Hon. the Jud.eof ll:>e Cunit g( St Jc.bnl'j
Mr. .. moved Io strikeout caj-b bu.ines only to euabl him to cape with Do. wagons or other carriages; be and the i me are Connty for.a full and final V \
$r.o, ncJ insert other and be pledges S HONEY Do. hereby S $ "etil_n .nt of his :
to keep on baud repealed. J \ .
$ZjOU U the alary to be given.; Also the following select articles for the hand. Passed aeraunts'whh EsZat.aJturbis discharge I" V ,
a superior uwrmeuCor kinds of in 16th as'sn. :, S \
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Mr. Bronion remarked that that al God S S Jaanrv.lS. Executor. VS S > 4
wt the preso his line of kerchief toilette, &'., now no much in S :5 : {
t bUlioe.*, and sell them a | if repute: A yor. S St.AngustIneJau2-I ,. ..> \, 'I'
> The salary.amendment| disagreed not less'than any others in this city.whole ale oretail. Improved articles for tho Complexion, I, Tea P. B. Dlxu. Clcrl _. : '".,:..:' : I
to, and the bill DistingnUecd
r Any food taken from his look the Hair, .
store to embJshment.'or HE S 1 1.uttral.fll'a
be Inhabitants f St uditsvicinity
laid :
aside to reported. :> Augustine :
; :
at, and not returned in twenty Jour! hours; will Fancy :oap..TOlth *. -. '(lle. ,? .' S
Th bill t-j authorize the purchase of a law li- Powder. Soda ,are respectfully invited to i al and t V ;
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brsry for the Territory of Florida wa next con be conliderd sold eut an advance charged iwheni eileil StropaTurkey Po.der. examine. a splendid vmirty of I BY vit; toe of two writ* of fieri (.ci. issued ,,1 '.,
25 Sponge
taidertd. per cent. Any reton.wi.bill: credit WATCHESJEWELIW AND ouh the V .
Toilette Bottles F .NCY Superior Court for the District .
.cat glass. 'JJg I
,
. miict expert to pay mute for theirgoods. and by of, East i
Florida f
GOODS. and
The bill reported this mottling by Mr. Evans, Do. do. -China S to me directed and deliver- I

to'provide for rettain improvements in Florida p calling for half at price bl..tor.by pajriVK they the.can cash.get many Hi-artcu. Lither Brushes,'Nail Drogher, Cloth? Bruges, The Subsbriber has S just received from ( harles- rd, I will expose' at public ale in the city of St. f' I '-1' :. V .
ton. Augustine iu front of t:
considered. ( ibe
Court '
was. next i Ivory Tooth Cntnbj House the I '
Razors ) on .
On motion of .Mr. Evans, the committee tOokup melt consists iu part of Dry Good, Fancy arti- Lather Bpxe*, Iud sundries., ," Dressing. Cases, Gold Patent Lever, Gold L'Epine, Engtuh, 9th day of Mated next between the Louts cC ..J S .._.

the bill to authorize the importation, fret ci f eke Uard"are., Ladies' BUDnela.Ilt Cap.."rintl.Shoesfioou, Toeetberwith i ,a'rrnai varietv of-Frendi and S French and Swiss \VATCnES. 10 o'clock at A. M. and 2 o'clock'ofthat dar, all ,- "
> &canu1olneenly ,
Cutler. *r Silver 1'able-aod Tea. SPOONS LADI.F.S the interest of Fernanda :
dot,,of tberonmatefiat0f certain iron 'Yeteel'J English : Maz4 Arredundo, be'r. I
I PerTjenveriesand Articles ,
., and, alter *oae discussion between Messrs.. e'lr. called i ox.too numerous t are offered for sale on the Fancy reasonable, "which Cream and Sua BOWLS ; Sugar- TONG3 ; dec'd,inc certain liono and lot situated in scrd. : V .
mention, hiving i received fro New'York t mOlt terms, '- !
Rice SPOONS Silver MUGd. city and,:t. George'
Kemye. Evan Najlor, and Adm. 1 by Z. IIUTIIEIC. lad : street bounded oh The V
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bill did. fall adelphia. Charleston ..ndav rl other places JEWELRT. Eat by said street on the South ::
: tb Chair .decided that he not Dee. li, IBS). 50-tf.. by Kn belonging I I
au etn.ie. will contiuue ta Fine Ear Ring' and fine Coral : I .
t33h..CaloloODlbct
I within the special order. ; Jetj, Pearl, North ty 1utol3ladams, S ':' I
. Mr. Adam, appealed from that decl"onolJtho reiu by n.arly nerlarhal goods of variousdescriptions : and. Diamond PINS and RINGS. ] Perault, and onbe wet b"r 'J ere"k--T... I, ., f

ground that aperttnoofit but reference ;la \ be cold, if at cost.. He JVOTICE. Gold and Gilt CHAINS : Silk GuardCoial; kenattuepropnyofFsrnaiids1azaAnredou. ? S I I -.,

the.t"errHhT of Florid'. viz: the second section. does not and wUh-to( put.but have the public to : GEORGE U. PHILLIPS andJASIES( 31' Necktacu Gold Keys ;5 Gold Pencils, -Silver. doSendecd.ost1sfIwnjudgmenh.aniIcosts': .i 5 1 i ',1
come judge before they Kniy" for ( of ami in favor of-A.bieillowe. ", S
After a few further remark from Mecsr purchass Esquires, are appointed my ruit : auivivuigpirtner -. V V S
elsewhere, as they :cal save their money agent to transact .! bn of other Goods.i too .&'e v- Charlet.Kobiou i V \
Downing. Lia' &. ICvans, Bronsoo, and Cam' necessary : brcUnf. the bill wu laid aside to have the quit .adcto. : JOHN'X. UEDRICK. my absence. K. GOULD.' m roui to mention. S p J. QUINCY.StvAogiuttne -- '5. ; ? ;r-.I.D-\ CY.D1hr..5.(;. .' ,S I

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... .. ... : fly \) of.A : SEBASTX.fl.N.I what they willbue.
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-,r--r. 'I.o.-.: : ;.i' t.. .; "- .d", ,"No.12c1'10per : ." DoJoshualoyner .10124 in the bounded by the St. Sebastian's. ,value of the'ae' of books borrowed btil. '

!, .H;" ,. .. : :'iP"4, ; : : p ; ...:.._ Iftn"- 2OOQ.. D.c.20. Do. AntoDl AIuez. \ 49123 day if I laid out a number 6f. Lots, ex returned. .

10 .. .., .'. : :.r J2" '" D 1amei Fi!. Gould, lor I .. 18J7.a': 1. public the High Lands or Ilills down 3. 'l[No, subscriber will be
\ : ::, : ., .IF' it". '. ;' 183.6: 12: Clerk ICI a11oIeI'to.:1: ;
; "" ,' .j, ., -- ', : W.. pTit1sg1e4TS 34 Jan,2. .Do.Philip Veadeinan" ti ed : situation is wen :suited for- ,.norehan, one set of,books at saoa '
; '. ; ",1. "'" ''It 137. ; \Market. 5952 and many strikng -Wit.,
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\ ,. ,;. :, \ ,,-v\: .: faton.forlargeUdnkloots, 2500. ..Feb.. 2. Philip Weademan, Clerk of c. Fr vicinity, is but an'arm ofjhe Sea- week wih1 be charged extra. ....- :
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- I -a". :. & '. ''r w.' I '" \ .)I Iart' most excellent fish, oysters 5. \Any books taken ,from ibe lib, ''it
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"; ,St bafor removing tblody of Do Philip Weademan .Poor 7t'
.. .!i' t. "" ; prospect the North East and East "lorn or damaged in
.I' .i -. .j _. ...( '_*! -.i. 'Win.Nelligan/riHiiJJUAVrtA ', : .F***. 'I' 118t. 5. and and from any way more than ttm cS i
.. ship \ picturesque wear, the damage must be -
I ': ..: : mon paid for; r J
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., City, March 2. Weadenun Clerk
j ', ,, .' ....; ?.March,: 22. D.R.U.Fonune.jmprcF-1 l. Jfcrkct Philip, i 1. of 868 : the City of St. Augoltino'appear 6) It will be expected that as soon utUbetll .
selected
: ". v -I ing Streets,, 25iOO\ 22. E. B. Gould, Major, Poor fund, 2 50 as from this ',newly Harbor, and .are" ,read, theywill be returned. -1. r.',1,
Heights, the\.Ci'1 .. TERMS. .
'f : ... ' April R. do. 5 .
56J CLerk
-., April 1 Philip Weademau of
VI': .I. wenty i be had in view. ., For each week .
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: .1 ,1 'ij :> Clerkhssalaty, 6,50" ". Philip 'ead.manPoorF..d, 3 3I| 'of.SL Augustine has: leen long :Subscription month, Sl.50.Ha751( :; 41
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I 1 t' 11 '< : !... 9. Philip Weademan dr. Market twenty ciated ; St Sebastian cannot Do. ." 3 do. 4.00. .
; :"; j May 2 Do. Philip Weadman, Clerk of !
t ":' : Fra since it is removed from the Do. 6 do. 6,50. ,:
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'J : Clerk salary, 6 60 .. Market 43 6J
,"j I. *:." .' -' -. .e' "Do. for City Account, Candles,- \ .JuD'e2.D"PhiJi Weademan. Cfcrk of ; twenty Sduth j than half mile. The Sea breezes this Do.. 12 do. 1200. ./
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.- i ; .. "- 6, Do. B. Segui, Coftttri/ Clerk, 2 j"- July 2. Do.:Philip Weademan, Cfcrk, of T :j in the United States. There may j, 2 ''The Abbess, 2 '0). -

I I' -. :,. : t,$ Mlcfr'I. 25100. M*rkel, 13 JSt ; of weather, and sometimes ,3.;Harry O'Reard n, ..
\ .1 &. Do. ;V. Sanchez, LtUer Paper, 3 .50 a., 5. Do. G.o. L. Phillip. Tax, Col- T .but generally the air is bland and 4., A Father's Legacy, _.

'-;. ., M .. Do; R. D. Fontano, improeig \ Udor, 1445 seldom do lie Inhabitants pas* a 5. Holyday Present, '

i-- : I ::1' c ,.!. ; .J': .t _rMfr c ,1218: | .! 20 Do; Ceo. L. Phillips, Tax CAAil. 6, of ; I g the San.T uses | 6. Southern and Western Songster,

c- j .. ./. .31. Do. DaU.n..rrp4&n-IJ'eflUoJ '|i Ucter, : 695 | Groves, which t6 be. the 7. Souvenir Minstrel,. -- -
tfJ ; : ':"- :' fWflc'Sjam. tfajf2 ; l834,- 12 DO Sept. ILDo. Geo. LPhillipiarrcariz- : of St. Angnstine, arerecove1{ r 9. Major Jack Downing, S
.. :r 1I.7.DLAtflbrOiI throe. blight of: 1835. We shall a- :10. Tales of Romance -
I
"'ffi" "; : Ct .j.it ge get City Taxtf, 66 GO -
/. :: .. .- ?Q- .rMin. -. 200 00 No,.2: Do1 3os. A Llambias, Clerk tf four.. 'ro have oranges ; and the beauty of 11, J2. The Listener, 2 vols,

. l'' ';<:. I 1.. ,.r'. .1. .. Do. B. Segui Cltrk of Council, Marlut, 223 09) cannot fail to be improved, when ''13. Nautical Reminiscenes,

..- r.. I "< ": .! ;,,"'" <'" .. .. ontfururtalarji, 1260. 183. five. ; spread,as they will be; from the > 14. Tales of the Drama
' ) .}I .c..: .' : ': I" "D..1t.LKFoutkne,2SQuflU0f i 6. Do. Jos. j both sides of the St. Sebastian J5. 16. The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish.
April A. Llambias, Cfcrk oMarut 9 teJi: \
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:;. 'j' ,".: ,J, \ ftogs, c ultAl'.f":::: """In. i ,.' \ 222 25 At .of St. Augustine. The situation '1718. Stanley Bnxton,2 ,('I.. ,

.1 ., :1 ', tU b Cm?I 1 Nay 16. Do. Charles Robiou, 38 75 on affords great encouragement' 19,20. Discipline. 2 volt, T "

t.: .'\. -4 ._oj -, 1IoIsl, 2"l vO July 16. G.o: L. Phillipi. 10 00) the shall become propr etoll,!for the 21,22. Lives of Banditti and Robbers, 2 ,eI '<,

$ I :: k.i,. 9.B.> Segui, Clerk of Cnw..JM ; QeUfnarter' 30.. .. F. L. Daney, Jlfaior 6500() of the the Orange, the Chinese f Mulber 23. Scenes in our Parish. -
r: ( :: so/ary 12 $0 and other fruits. 2.&. Falkoner,
\ NOT. O. Do. Joe;:A lJawbias Citr Mar. ;!
tow
I I )\ .. D.-I.De.lame.M.Gou1dipnlll..r, 1 1. '. .. ,Acl, South [ the value of this propertYr* there 25. Trialand Triumphs, -
.1j' "' ; -.:... f..rI837, 34874 195 60r Springs of Fresh Water, of su 26, 27. Kings' Own vols.
, : :.. \\ ;- and thetaste of 'II
, 1131. -. river entirelyfrom 28,29. Dominie's Legacy. 2 '0)..
j
1 :...:: Uank97.| Do. Niehael Andre'o rVa.rimjitreeti { .3- I flavor. '30. .Belinda,
... .. "- I : : ,
)YJ I' k :? ...-'-0' tnd cauineays, $ 00 t '. .. ':.' : and'dry; and commanding loci 3132. Scottish Chiefs,2 vols.

,.. -- '"j \ .. ..It ; :"r *. '. Do. John .Segui, rtpaaing i< .'-< .,.;..' \ "'" .' I \ prospect with as much sale L 33. Rurality, -

I ':;oF':o.' .. ,. rMUa.rf flwnffly*, 5500 >-.t.. ,." i; teen.t .un'.ain region could afford<;,-there 34,35.' : Private Lire, 2 yol.
i: I .. .. 89. trd. R. D. Fontane, repairing } ".',.'_' '. ,. 609" r | to: fear agues and fevers, or' the 86.; Frank' by Maria Edgewortbl

J' -- .1" sxrutS ilfi4ta.IeIeIlJ'] 11 C. I ,,;<... n1. ; :, 12 which Inaybe-foundin lessfuored 37. Lieu of Black Hawk. .
I' / I [ ,'amntA .nar. '....nd. rannritv fat.
May 16. DonttiontotU j'lltcTlu- : : :
f Cu1 \ n --- --- --- in -
? 4/ : cr --r----# lecture Prussia.
: \ 13 of
\ ., ', ,. bf the i. ,, .
olive ,
1 t ) l In, 209 tt> :' ht' -', ""_ '::2 orange, mulberry, .0 J4m[ rican Songster, -

,, .. 1..1. D..W'f1A rwIJJnD.uU4 ., :,.. ,. ."J' >' .'... :. -' : r 9. kinds of fruits, herbs and flowers i 41. Bnnjay poems, S WI'I
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: .... : ', ; proximity to the of
\ :. V .Larig, settlement ofcos. ... ,,t"'t..: .>< : ship Hafbor i 42 Baron .Mbncbausen, .
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I I trmaisit.forbuUdinga 1] ; -. "'"-4. I .i. .'N. :'; \ ship ; the furthest point of the pro 43 Laws of Etiquette .
p : I lridz.ncr&aeAis'Cruk. 225 O.. ,'" 1. ; t&Tow j eing not more than a mife Remov- Naval and Patriotic ) \ ..

1 .t -.. .S.B.S'lai.ClnkConeU,3 ,i ., ... :... "' ''i' [north Wall; with a stream in front, 45. Ambrose and Eleanor Songster

'. ,- ,UG",41arr, 37' 59 .. ',I ; '-, .- '. i- ship 9 ,fhe finest shell and other fisti navi. 46. Sinbad the Sailor,
..' ,. Vef 12. D..MtoliOAIflrU.faTct7- ,,. .,: :;*i'I'- t and offering .facilities for 47. Scenes of American -

I j I r in of documents, yea .':- ".. ", n<... .. .," .lI 1 t 'Salt Water-the proprietors per Burton's Comic 'Veatt3. '

" : 'J '.",,, et U. Adm'r of Banal SICUI.II"d. \ .,', fZ: .. 1tn': I that their enterprise deserves 49-, 50.Tje Old and New World, 2 elT
.r ;:,<. t': ; ..NmavstsulisAscas.of \: .: ;:: ...". .;, '. ..,.,...::, ships 9 trust it will meet with thoj alien5 1, 52. The Polish Chief., 2 rols. -

::i- ; < :" City,,. Dirk Fltisekmun, year? .;< v.i < . ....,;: I '\!, ,.., 'claim, | : 53Th4 Library of Romance,
: I ]a-.r,. 960. 1 .. ... } be cheerfully offered to Religi
>" !), ..1.. -- f' :._;_;,, : ; Tw l 54. Rurality, _
.t1 k.:.:: .-. :.. -.. 'f ," Do. Manuel.-Garrido, HMiwingttnttt \ .' \ -- ,i .ft" :_ '. '.1 .' twenty anti' Churches,, and to a Seminary 55 Cabinet of History
'. .. I 'I'be .
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I
f 'I' 59 13f -""''." :- ,-"'. .' |I 5G of Turkey,
{ : ;; '.. :, ." .. .. D..Bt''phenAroau.CUe1IdtJ v--.ffrt.--: : >, 1 -...' twenty I $for the purchase of Lots, may bo 57, 58. vols.
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: .. '..... .t wttnut' in tht cut of this i. .'. ':' ., ... ." \ DA.ICT, orat the Store of|P. B. 'nichcieu2 3 voUl ,
: Cymon
\ ; t 9 "" ". '. CaIs. IkFkucAmaLpars; .. ''.._. w',. :.)kf ', '. twenty ;' City of SL Augustine, where a 59,6.. Sef-Comrol.2vols.| !
J.k t : : : is left -
, 1835-7, iew ._ *"" for inspection. |
', 63.
'. 4fJ 4" : The
"t .. r r" ":... ., .. ... XI. ,. i. B. Segoi. Clerk of Council, o*. I i -st* -. *., -x?.-,:::': ',: '\ .>..' 4'. ( lbe of these Lots will son be 64, C5,'rhe1'hree. ',Ilstole.. .

1"j. ,., II" qIIutWtI4laflL J250', ; J ftf. ,:, .'.., '" longer auction. CO, 67. Sense ; .. -
.. !' &Seniibihity,2\ vols:
- t l .. !': .'f; 9. Do.JohaL.VilUaBM.. rnaiw ;. -. .fj:: '>( ;f:,1,:-l i .. ." .! I St. Augustine find 68, 69. Travels in Bokbra,2-sols. .
.
I I >. : 'i c; 'a.. .",r."IUI. 241s37 00 '' '. _; :. : the : PACKET. 70. 71. Refugee in -
America. 3 .
K 'I ';, -:. ;:f < ,' D.. ,Tbo.Jooglu.lvrpp- ;; -, .; HAVING returned from the North 72. Col.j; Tour 11. -

- L. _. I y. '".,.., ",,&UI rtndeied in tht ; .., ,, :;. ,,. ..... ap tho Schr. EMPIRE, I take this 73, 74. Crcbt. ., 2 tols., ) -
i' .. .
K i L 1 t.: ofCitjfofStAuguitint \ '. ,.j .' other : to inform 75, : .
.,'. : .. my friends 7fi.> lerinsj:2 vols. .
4 .l Fleitchman .- '0
Dirk 350 00 j the
:
.; j' [ public, that I shall 77..
Gentleman
run as
in
-. : /:&.'> t. .. I' Do. Thos. Dpuglas/i r-f rofcsrionoJL "' ...,,: .' :. lands this port and Charleston with 79. Indian Dak,
.. ; ; Wars,
4 .'.,, ,;.jJ',1. unices in the cote of'; ; -.' .. T..q.". ,.d t"" hnve (unavoidable accidents except. ::79. un. ;

1 : :,' St. Knsftas vs.. Draisted l( J F' .!1"t '. with nIl of tluee year, Summer! and 60- in South .
.rrael
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1 I '''.' lArPl. :3ocI\; > <; and Ameic .
d ('; 7 which y always will be happy lo 81,82. +n .
':.:. Ie.. D*. Thos. Dougu.forpn'fai'! .__ \' w:' and to all 83 AJ Pr.ca.2yor.,
'.:, require I try please and will[take 84. blc; : 5
; :-1fI r mi.d I .criuindsrt4iLA. ft Ynl. -
; ; havo as low as any other vessel 86.87,88,9. -
G il Bla.
f'1"r ... ,.. -. : .. ,
l..It.-'Mb. 4 .
." J.7'i : .. may t, 90.91 .
- : ._' ,. -, end : > e .... t History of England, 2 vols -
oU\tnt M $0 has ai1a and is '
new flewlyjcop: 92.'The Criminal
' ? 0 .' Do. Thot. Douglas, tb4 'U: \ -:? .' 'r "t''w' i 'I\ 93. Calendar.

.- .) lift"' 2) 1ft d/n tutti.,.; .t ; .' '.:r.--r1 ..,.. ""'''jtI"' '{ .' D, the friends for the main support and 94. 9:, Arabian'Nigh.,
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vols!
:: $ ;
[L .. ':,;!, ". awj4ci.forpqtlg.1oP Tr,1II'a' 666(3( ) .' -t'.'. ,..-., ,>> ',.'; : *. LYMAN share of SOUTH patronage WICK.from. the' 0.9. Peter Simple. 2 ;ol..,. -
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: ; ':; Balance due ';thVCerporalion. 122 O9_., ., '" : : \ r: Midshipman! Easy. 2 TI;.
.;;;. Fancy & Dry Three Cutters '
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.-. "- : :: .. ; f. 1 .-.1' ..lG764Mi : : It is GOODS STORE. 101, 102. Pacha of ManyTalew,2yol 1,.
I' .,- Clerk- r .. '1676201 I tablish CRIDER has 103 104.1 Jacob Faithful, 2 yet.. .
;- T1 cP: B. Dcis, cCthTConncil. ; just returned 105 .
106
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., .". -H ; :. ninsula \!, York with a large and ..elegant; 1 107 Children of the Abbey, 3 ,. ..
08
1 ; the so .G OOD S t09.Ratlm the Reefer 2 YO''.. '
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i : : Treasurer's : comprising eve
j {! : City account for tho last quarter of the year 1838. : Dry Goods, Faticy artxces.J3pots! ;; 110, 111.: Cousin Nicholas' 2 vols. .

1838. :; r-- '. : '1838. ample Ladies Bonnets-together with I 11 Ivanhoe, by %V. Scott, ,:- -

t' : flit Nov.-PaKlteE-SfRiocxfora. *-J oniK Nov. Receind of Tho. Douglas sales ; ( perfumery, hardware'and put- 13, Memoirs of a Peeress, 2 vols. -
1 5.r The.
I i A, ?' lema, 10 00 which are for sale Young Wife's Book .
'late' 'Vteuuter, a. balance or City fund on accomm da.
J22 00 f 116,117.
I : 'I The
28th-PaadIoD.iUzLS. Water
GUDIUR \
' ; : \ ht Dec. For a licenie granted for the- : : ZII.PAII IIUTIIER. 118. VVitch. 2 vols; -
1I. legal representative ofDickerson, & Pe.Jopn 1 atrical ,. Every and col'ed-large assortment. ;Arabian Entertainments, .
& I '. | a bouse declared to, be a nnis-, .Keipeetrully.aubmittcd purpotef -2500 lion to doi "do. do., : 1 19. (Sketch of Illinois, :
p .. was sold order of the I by'' 120. Female
1 |Ibt : City p. D. Duxu. pr do do. do. l io-raphy, -.
',i. .- Council, and the proceeds deposited in. !. City Treasurer. the ; ;plain and fig'rd. Velvet Gani- 121. The Book .Hearts, -
the to the order of the 122. -
- 'j Treasury, subject ;! From "IIi fu.-Order d that he the l .J: 'i. I 'FamiI1.bYlieini '.'
( 123 -
f accounts
:
P.900. M 75 Of tile for at Ribbo'hs; Sarce et, Taffeta and 10arDa; -
11 "jD ; late and prllent Trea<<:aerbe pnblished ; 124.
: I .. b .-P& dt.MnC.p..f.bJ. :aJ1d the Clef Ie in order -Ribbons; ; Crape Lisse! :: I! Treatise Astronomy..

- 1 ; : :IDI Or.ISpiDlea incurred in ..uppoUTouche", the tt&J&TMLSj111'TestP. those Cf t>e ; Hat Grape; ("hall, Robes, J2. fThe Tor Hill I
, I 'ing. d.sfltutesamefl. MW to the ; ilare Fringe J2.
t : .. / 'p.id. ; figured Muslin, 12 The'At.teriouslonk. ,
1 ; ; ; the Gauze black arid .
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1 B. DOMAS, figured ;yest- 3
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: Q r 129. 13i. yoU.
J t t j .) Clerk of the Council. known ) | East. & West, 2 vols.
1.1 Ballflfce iofavor bf the City Qa 34 131. .
1- 1. by.law nd.Silk Velvets.. Garry Owen, ,
I.1 ; t t r' t ''l .'ubeet>> t&nappropriationbf f 20 for' ,I t Ik.cold. and figured Merinos, >I 132 133. 134..Ilinaldo RinadiDi. 3 Tols. ,(,::.
t Memoir
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'" \\1 t' I 1 tauoery. I ..;; C .Ucbbinets__ u. ;. jconet, swiss. 13. nl u.iiuauff .
and 51 nil iMusIins, J36.13..Bra o, by CooperS rolu ; i6 '
1 rec.i.dt -: I
: '. TTTJ8T the CUt. Auction .Store, ,\ : dotted Fulle for.Veils, 13. Jaeenzie'.5 ; c.'
1 ; r- .. l5 !for'private sale, v. I 1 Thread Lace I ,Reepf :, .,'"
.. 1" i 20 doz. Cane and Rush bottom Chairs,' :!'I Perfkimery1 OF ; | 140. Combs ', '. '
I 10' do. Windsor'Chairs, r "*"' RECEIVED Edgings; Cambric Edgingsand!; 141. COJtiution'o( Man, ; .
JUST per schr. Princess, trim ; Blond Lace, Domestic i.
"' -, i I,! do. Rockingdo.'. . '. 'ij, celebrated House Johnson & Co., I ; Blond Footing and j 143.ProIix Letters, ,- 0 ;"f.: ::
I ;* Lisle
I BritaniaTea & Coffee Sets. v'. New Yorh, the most complete and perfect assortment Brussels Lace and 144., Stephen '., j
I Burroughs, t
Edgings -
,l t 3'sets .Cut Glass Decanters.HT .. of PERFUMERY, &c. &.c. erer exhibited J. v : and Quilling 145. Jack 4wrenc :
)
for sale in Jbis mation ; \ 14G. ,
) GOODS. city, consisting of";' for Mantillb The Farmer .
worsted ,
\\ \ 60 pieces Sheetings & 8binil l'. : COLOGNE WATER, ted 14th Lawn Muslin; Lace. |I 147. EIIZbeth. ". .
for
.1 \\. S- a 30 do, Canton FlanneL -.. LAVENDER Do. at St. and Garlands mourning- I 18. Visions'of : ,. :
Qrivedq )
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t-.:.1 SO do. Linen Diaper. _. FLORIDA 1>0. day of an'd' Marabouts ; j l Alphabet .-
-' 1 Botany; -
:' 6 do. Irish Linen, 25 do. Furniture Muslin. ; HONEY Do. until ah colored silk and 150. Lady o1 0 Lake ,

L \ plo do. Book Muslin, 10 do ,Check {Also the following select articles for the hand. day of ,and merino, pxc.nicGlovej Glaves i t, 151. 'Abcllino of Venice, .S .
J I I ,
kerchief \ .
30 do. Calico. ordered
- toilette &c. 152. '
. I now so much in : .BuspeJderl Peter Wilkins j .
100 doz. Madras and Romatse Handkerchiefs, 'InproTed articles for the Complexion repute. the same Under; silk, merino, lama :153. .; 0 (: ;

' 10 do. Silk Hose, 20 do. Cotton hose. ,, Distinguiseed embellishments tot the Hair, of y Shirts and Draw- l \\ iHunanacc, .' "
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5
Club
J5.Pick 2) Tols.
i .-- 10 do. Ladies' aDd'Messrs: Hoods,, Fancy Soapi,Tooth Powders. comm .- I '
.. '. ., 40t pieces Black Silk Braid. Seidleitz Powders Soda Powders, December and hues, and Sattinets, of :,dif J5, 159. 'Yesterday Legends of in the Library, 2 ioTa. .
Ireland.2
vol.
ALSO, Razor Strops, Given 1 60
,, Turkey Sponge, 161. Talesof!
wool
marino
10 boxes Shoes & Boots Toilette Bottles, cut glass mohair,cash; :J62. Lives of my NeighJjorho'j' '
2 Isaa.SiIk3Iole.kinhlati' t, Do. do. China Hosiery, Odd cbarcr. BiBlij I--
I "- ,. .' S 103. Wilkinsl
: /: 1'\\! "1. 60 Muskets. pain, p tole. Ltber Brushes, Nail Brushes: Cloth Brmhss By.tbe ,straw.Victoria.British Florence! plat, 'Tus Robinson C Bur,', Compira1G4.JG5. */.'
Leghorn and Crmoe, 2 vols.
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ItOC&.u 1:1'1 Ivory Tooth'Combs, Razors Dressng :' Jan. 166,167.
Cases Lives
- ..1 .. :;* I, # i pip Madura.Wine, .t Sopvrioranicle. Lather Boxes, and sundries. ., J' .,Bonbets full ; Palmetto Hoods Water of Celebrated Women, 2 vols.1C8,1C9. .-
\ rssortment of menV Witch, 2 vols.
I -- .r 'I,. do. Sherry do. S Together with a great variety of French and I :. Hats, wo ,
;: I 4 baskets Champagne. English:
Perftmtriti
enI '
.' ,FOCI Articlts, which
i; .- I 0: ------i.--,'" 10 boxes Champagne Cider are offered for sale on the most reasonable term,I Of ;>Loops,'paper Hangings. SIX weeks from this dat I will male'

I 6 boxes Wine Bitters, 5 kegs Raisins, .ky' Z. HUTHER. 28-tf. to the Jon. of the appli

r '. 6 bbls. Ran, 10 bbls. Cider. D.!. IS.. 1898. 50-tf. l\ .' STORE Court of St. County, for 'Letters Count
T .
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t. I I do. Soda Biscuit StreI and Public nliRstaion on jlhe Estate' of
c: -- >,. ';:,, 600 Ibs. Bacon Hams 300 Ibs.'Smoked Beef '. t. sale having been HUERTAS.dcc'd. ANTONIO.

r; : : ..:. S9 10 kitts boxes Mackerel.best SO boxes Smoked Herrings. '.: Marshal's .ak.BY .- on Land the 1 Council; Auctioneer appointed for the 13,1833.,, JNO. 31.' FONTANE
or. Spanish Segtrs, .
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: i .' t All of which will be sold cheap for Cuh. Tirtne of two writ of fieri fades is.nedr I 'on Dtine., that he beg is leave to inform' the ./
I I. L. LYON. or the Superior Court for the District I becn now ready to receive rnr. -
r. ,
: .- Jan. Sft,163. 35tf. astFlorda, and to me directed and deliver. notice at | nment. either for public or FI
t&i \ ed, I will at will also attend to Public OnlAIIERALD,
*.; expose public sale in the city of St \ Sales AND '
% Augustine {in front of the Court House) on the neit.Alfo. qity, His long experience iu SOUTIERN'DEAJOCRT,

1 1- : IN THE COUNTY COURT-SJtfiu: Cont,. 9th day of March next, between the hours of \ for upwards of thirIY years, EY
i : lrIrltatl'lCl' r of Ike EtMt of > Notice of 10 o'clock !e him to give
i .I at A.M. and 2 o'clock of tha* -all 1 be held general satifac- RYTHUR8DAY.,
I I L : Rfut Aisdrewiu. J discharge. Uw interest Fernando '
Maza Arredondo Sen., inst.. i is .
r : )l' ,"- "" TOIIIf R; ANDREW, oue of the 1'..ia. dec'd, In a certain house and lot situated in isid I Monday,' Sales willtakd place'every JAMES ftT. -

I --, dP mentary Es.eculorlOr..the Estate of Rafael I city, and St. George's street bounded on the A : ; if not, the next fair day. AT GO.1J

, l Andrew deco, having adjusted the accounts with East b> iad/ street on the South by lot belonrinjr en 0,the for Auction must be sent in FIVE DOLLARS PER. i

1 ., i the heirs and assigns of said estate, herebygives 13 !It.. Capo, on the North b, lot of AJedafM r '*ill be | I. L., LYON. rATABLE HALF TJtABLT' ANNUM/

1. ..., ; .i, notice/that' immediately: aAer.the.expiration ofit Perault And on the west by Bridge Creek-Ta_ .Allct Oneer. IN. ADTAMClv
:,: : months from the date hereof he will apply ken 18 the prPertJi orF.rnando! Iaza Arredondo I Given ( Jan. 28, lE39., .35-tf.\\ 1.

it ;. I., WI: I* the lion. the Judge of the Court of St.Johns Sen..deed: toi satisfy two judgments and costs- ton, /.ADVKRTISEMESTJ$ *osere at One Dotar .
I County for'a full and final settlement his of suit in favor of Ashael Howe, .', T.lCB. per squarei for the frst and

;: ;:: ,.., ,>: i-/ 1.cuisiwith said Estate sad for his discharge. ner'Ac. TI. Charles Robiou, Executor surviving&e.part'. By the PHILLIPS and JAMES M- Fifty Cents for ecb. iDler&oD one;

?: ""' as nek Executor. _. F. L. DANCY. Dip Marsha) : Esquires, are .appointed mY! Longer adverllement ia proportion and

It., gi. .:. ., 4arudn., Jan !, ,"' '':'' StABgnstiaejethJari. 1630 e all necessary business during: 'no one wi considered less tht

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