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:! for With such advantages of position forward, and facilities works I I i above named eublishiuentwluicti: keeper aside, and remarked to bin, in a Adcantage tc the Moderns. Though there raft:there, (rom whieh they .procure salt, i
construction, we cannot urgs I wm in future be kept by him in a mann'er" he '
J of public improvement with too much vigor j 4 I trusts, that will give satisfacUon'to all who may private way that some of his friend thought I( were many giants'of old in physira and pbijloiophy after the eraporatino oldie trater'-tbe other I ,

;f a'while we encourage ente/prizes in tuu line I favor'' him yrith their patronage, and to entitle ii., oulJ bo best for |Ili im to put the butter en I yet I say with Didacul Stella, A an extensive mine, or bed of bituminous -

$ undertaken with an honest design to be j 1 1I the House to retain the high repuutlon.it has one plate, and the flies on another and let I [dwarf standing on the shoulders of a giant coal! above the Falls.of the Brat.os ,riv-,. .

.4' pUshed, we should be careful bow we ( accom'1 I I l so lonj|'nstaincd; .'.J. C: M. .ROWAN. the people mix theijfi'to suit thetmalvei. may see further ,than"a giant i: himself." Ruro' '.I The b l ?d is said to.be iDmaDi place; from' '

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i : ,-t '.. JUD C'REI'a' ADDRESS. ,TetbJUiUtT of'tht Strait S sonville, 'wbero the said )Ir; Cunitl rasiJes. V. V 5 : "',.

:y.} .' ; The folio wingis tbr.i'ddress: :; of the. Pr.st'* SIR : You"vrill please publish the following I That bank like all We others',was within the V What is the reason weeks tinea' : .. V

dent the Convention", ia'reply to.a vote of letter, which appears in thai News of the I6ih of V pale of the protection of our Legislative, yet .mJ tiIIO\Y in crculation ; n., as, i.. ;, ;
tp. S thanks February, together with theabstract, of the Census that gentleman hi his peech and resolutions took was no'.*' 'y_.54 w. V
I .. :- returns of the Territory of Florida, as c rti no notice;of that clearly cheating iur>titution. :,he t three dollars Were nut there for "* "v ,V
r I J congratulate yotfand tbe country Fel. fied"lo.th"o.. Convention by the Secretary and was probably afraid of offendmg his pure and estimable nnder >five dollars called! S. j
I \. low Citizens, upon .the work you have accomplished Acting Governor ol Florida.I : V I, constituents' in Duval county, if he bad lustitutinn should f :::8 i
I ; .aod. wbe'nnbe obstacles and am induced to request the'repuUicaUon .of' uttered a word in the Council agnintt the Dunk that monies? tedGo1J.tJ:
'c ..1 embarrassments by which you have betii the letter of this distinguished member of the' Convention V at Jacksonville.' The said learned gemle'in: 'in;in bank f'r public ,I

.. opposed are remembered year fortitude, ,accompanied by the Census returns, inV his: resoluIiOu4VXiSeiU that Uie adoptJcl'of' the sirable ') eflected', the of threei; i
zeal industry cannot besufficiently order that the people of East Florida may have resolutions introduced by 31 r' llaltzell. by a : oozed out-no telling"hovv.- (
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your your untiring
: admired.We before them die grounds upon which their doleS majority of the Convention was .the exercise ; shrewd gU"5st tho'--and \\o ; d'V ,
''gates based their claim to the apportionment of authority not delegated by the people of this i ;io circulation as ever. But. V '.v;J,
-: 'I met here, surrounded by difficulties contained iu; the 9th article'oftb" and should! the l
representation Tertory, regarded only
.as a studied the old, proverb ,, :
there was a miicalculalion among ourselves, Constitution-and to show bow much good exprec ion of individual sentiment, so far as ex- 1< :
,. perhsps unoug our constituents.of,the}laborto :reason Mr \Vestcotthaa for laughing at the Ens- pres by members of said Convention." l"shoiv a'\isebead ; .and ; read the '. i I

performed. 11.. supposed that one I tern members ufTenirglhemseUes lobe so ;, construction of the act of th Lgis.. to notice any remark, be will find it ,i:
I 'L 1. or. two weeks Were sufficient fur the forma miserably cheated by bit cunning. It will be seen lative Conoci organix'ing; the otherIbus he is like. tbe of the first s.s

IIpa rnD :adoption of,a 1 Cun.titutiou. We thit South and Kan Florida with 1I2'J,) population Mr. Irht. a downright quit/tie on the true ble, ,wbich took the tal's. into I

scented to forget that fur thetnutpf1. we hate been allied fourteen RepresenUti\es I sense and meaning of the same, as above cited.V roasted, "Cnesuuu frjoi. the. flOefl-" f'
each other that each'ol and ,six enaiors. West Florida with 14.562 Indeed,:if those rrsciutioui of tbat genlemansllou1d : \1 I I
were to ,- .
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stranger '
population;has been allowed but twelve Ilepre.euuitiyel be ever brought before Congress.'and in V V PI
.- us had when reflecting upuu the important and five Senators. notnitustandinzche the U. S. Senate, there should be'a ,nmhr! memo. 'At a meeting of the ." :: :J
: \" subject of Srate Government, become imbued ha* (as will appear from the census returns) I ber as.Mr. Holmes in that body, whan a i number held fourth V | ./J839 -!
I gustin the
:,( with, and attached to bit own peculiar ,3.433 creator population than Last and South I of the acts of our Legislative Council were produced V on by the pa.
views ; that some 'cf us, bad pledged 'our I FloiiJa together, and Middle Florida with mere I he would declare that those resolutions I following preamble aud ; of Le .f-

'$ selves to particular doctrines before the pew IV | thin double the population of East and South showed that the said Council was composed of a L UUAnimously adopted. on the fi*
pie ;'that there were sectional interests, and I .-Ioridalhu not been able to secure to herself pack of ptttifoggtn. Let any:man of ''common I Whereas, The session of %! ) V."

4 t: even personal feelings, to perplex and aunoy (withal Mr. %Westcott' cunnipg) but-one Reprtlentatin i. sense, only read that douse in the first section olI t gres.expires nil the fourth ; 'late in the my :
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We that time | more than the number allowed to I the act to call a Contention for the purpose of Resolved, That we : ;
seemed forget was necessary
us. .
: .o East and South Florida, her Senators the State Government taken 'on .
being organizing which clause I occasion suitabofur) tbe .
of the character .
I: i1 ,1 ; (u ihejustippreciatioU same in number. If this apportionment of Kepsentation -. i declares that lid Convention shall (Kfbrm and I unqualified of supposing "
approbation
motives and designs of each other; is which has afforded bill of
a subject any merriment adopt a jiihts (land Copftitution for the any
.:.. far the interchange of 'opiuian-for a Compsrisoo to Air. Westcot:, a gemleqian for whom I same,'and all needful.mtauru'preparatory to theailmuiioncf I services of die Hon. CIIAS. 'i'poied I 'i'Jf

1, of teu.te-or removing prejudices, i have always entertained the highest respect, I. Florida into tht -'aiona L'onfcdtracy. V Delegate to Congresi from confined ,
,. bud softening opposition; 'for the correction ; as a member of.the Cous.ntionambeartii.V'gkc I .". Certainly then, in \'iltl clause! the; Territory of Florida ; and ( the .. "I

; I .or error and he establishment of Truth. ; that I had it in my power, in any manner, to con Conention had an-undoubted 'right to tike no f that we_mil unite in \ the oppor.
.' Besides tribute to the;, excitement of hi. risibility. tice of the bank c>labli.hments in this Territory, tior. nega
; ; ,. we were without books : for M18raoJeU ,Vonrob't. serv't., epecalTy a they raddled time people of Florida Besotted, That as a i ; and I ,V
.i : of conttimtioual fegitlarioa! the opinions JO S. SANCHEZ.Extractof ., of l against '
: ; : rei>onsi6ilily an enormous. debt of peel and regard fur Mr.' 1
: -. : cf the great law ;inrl of the world ; V a letter from a distinguished mem probably eight or t-n millions of dollars! If ihis dec him a public dinner.Resolrtd. ,. do
L 1 ; line history of the past .and present times, | ber of Couvention at St. Joseph, to'a gentletuan Territory become. a State of the Union,'how: Thai !' be otb. j

1 v fall! .su necessary to the cempletiou, of our ; in this City.U. would. t! e peope. : .consent. to .bear such1 I an evil ?. Che. li'm. Peter tbe .oro- .
, I i "''H.'. mere ,dependant, almost 'entirety,. "'St. JOSEPH, Jan. 2.1839. such was clearly Ibe WHO and (prudent con iJeration V Dunham II. Simmons'; ., and- J'
.. of the ConcnIitin.V ElI"alltn'J.
I have no idea\btV the Constitution will be '
'f";'.\u' upiumetntty. I accepted by the people te whom ilia to be referred V Cut Air. liurritt entertains another grossly absurd jihre!s. M. Solano. and the: : friends ef
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:. ,:!I"l\ But nobly :"faithfully bave yon performed before it goea before Congress for their ac- notion, by one of his resolutions, that as decietarj this meeting, ibe Banks V

; your duty* you have compromised ;' ceptance. V, T. my mind there are huny oljectionabld -Vt charters for those banks'fur years hate been t o notify Mr. DOWM.NG of cent. up

lr : ,..' Opinion '\lthuutdelCfUlJg principle) uu hats festnre in. it. The whole, East have acquusccd in by tbe General .>overnment.'.they make ,the uecesssary V

't01t": supprcsUJ.fce1iu;* and.ubduod sectional! allowed thenittflves tOtS complete/! overreached must now be deemed. valid throughout Fl rida, Resolved, That the there
\ p- predilection*; eacn ba yielded something t< y Sir. Westcott and Mi party: in the matter,of though they hate never been brought before pr the ; tbe admi
meeting be'p blisb d i in
j the other. Aided by patriotism, aad guided ith: e apportionment of lleprescnUtion ; for now Congress for its, sanction of the charters. No V ; inju-
( 'wisdom, you bave at length framed a : the large populous counties will hare.tha.greatest doubt that Mr. Bnrritt conceives that as Congressis V J.: M.; I nbilst
ty : VI part'of ho representation IIi both houses h llMcdat those bank charters, theyare) valid V VB. .
of the ability ofI .
; worthy .
constitution
way The
I\ .. every I the Gen.rarAiembljr,which will cut off the smaj to all intents and purposes and that.Ccngresatvonld A. PUTNAM,
its !
t aud skill which.were brougbt* to con counties of the Senate forever, and they will not notice them at all. Ills:doctrine would an Insti

struction. ** alway.Ie represented, of course,.,by the large be equally applicable to the broken bank of Jacksonville. ; ST. the power
f 1':... Fellow-citizens, there was a time when c coumie \\Ve.tcolt Reid and Thotnpsoo used Its clurter was just a much.acquiesced; upon it, V
there was little la the prospect, save rupture the Eastern uteuiberc,who re presented small and in i aa that of the other banks. Why, (\\would! i V exclusiv ly
# and ruin ; but your magnanimity-yonr love l larga counties aln to aid their purpose against respectfully ask the5" director* aud d+\ylel to I THURSDAV.: who are V

.i. of country- -your just estimate of the coasoquences -, the banks,.and die Eastern men were..weak' e. those banks, did they' not.without delay1! apply to I I t '. !
such crisis nougb to let IbeBank Before Congrea I' t.! hate their charters and Condi nous Principles. .and the) VI
of disaster at a were Question come on V
4 and .
I th, Itepresentative and when Westcott a annexed so really dL-graceful tu Florida confirmed I I -
: ward off the impending question -
all exerted to evil had used them tim or annulled I Tho reason of I r JcOGLR.ZID'I. ADDRESS.. td than to V
j against Danks he uo such
dropped :
. i and it hjoovr our pride and our bl uiu ,tbac I them on the representation,and laughed them. proceeding by the banks no doubt wasj that they prO I column the address-of J.idge i if she had

I r the storm bas palled' away- the skies ,are again i t It it much to be regretted that Col. Warren, or were oru>injly! intended as irnliiiuiops uiootiv, fur I I the vote of thanks given to him might

; serene aod ire are appioncuiug the haven .Mills or any one man from the East, who could ninne)[jobbing speculations' and lot for tlie'benefit or the and in
. t o so long the obj!ct of our anxious .wishes. V have seen through the views of these anti-bank of the people at I irge. tIt V : Conventionjuslprevious it would

'! J I I am bapp). Fellow-citizens, that it has men, could .not have been elected to this Con- appears hint tho-e resoluliorjftjntroduced in | of that bodyIt \ k'h be read Territo-*

t .- beeo your pleasure to submit the Constitution i v vention to have prevented to tho accomplishment the HOHSS of Keprtsentiiives; of the Council by -even by his 'enemies-for '' f ia the

1 .I THE l' oPLC.; al%although with a gc.oerous of L purposes, which, to my n\intl,nlust be entirely Mr.Birniti-wlssclu is not surprNing: 4* it i,well mire its beauty ami its has
TO I
I known that of that gone
l destructive the iuturests majority inftcld
to aretll
great of the east body -
did not
coufid.oceuey require so e to reat degree, with the bank ,of the Judge and hit at ailallts. an end to .
em sections of Florida for many j'car* to come. I: Whit '
) much of >ou, yet there is a maoifist pro. I So much for seudingsuch men tl) representthe may' be the dtCISiol on'that .a.i4., lie senate and coutiuueJ attacks npon I

pristy in presenting that law. which is to people\ and the vital interest of the country of the Connti| i:yet unknow n Dm. as in compared to the trillin* the pro
anno
fI be paramount and permanent to the final I I u: do not believe they cued for any 11110;. save: general, that body is composed mostly' of men of I ; St. Au
I arbitrament of the people. This opinion u I the gratification.of their own selfish views and i : the same tainp and call re as tt.ose of the other I mosquitoes: npon the body of a': after

Dot mine, nor yours clone; it was entertainaniLineiilcatyH 1'vindictue piejndice To these remark there house: we cannot expect thu it theyi hov\ spirit they miy infl ct a temporary ( object of
i' c._- T the prophet ofei r \vi>re of cour-e honorable exception' speak of and indej endcnce of to ne;atite -. gone-and then must die '
*- great :
: *---- Hu3It\rr JL.I- rmotyrrIf .,!.. .- "itufl; niilirv.. ._ ._ __ any act in rcl.ltiof to bank, which comes corpora
V r. VV .1 thewdi'content"apprrachcs
V : lour moat obedient --I II VV 55S i and
servant *; romlh.t.m t"p 1I ,
0 Turn I'K'iPLE approve the woik, their \\'e it ntlly lieyonJlnTeach nh :1r3 : '
beg to clearly understood that I :
b I that
we are
judgment will meet in the halls of Cuu-j I I To tie /fUlI. Kolrrt Par.yntlreiI, by no mean repugnant in our principles and t cm mate from a morbid or .rtl.i_ .\....
zrets, \luth respsct and attention ; when the I rTti4/enr of tlte.Contention of Florlli. views to. the establishment of any Lank in this ins itr_ amiaoie_ | : 'f
'4r I : 0 fat ol the popular will! shall be impressed I :i era' I Iminrethe honor to transmit to the Convention Territory upon fair, just aud honorable piinci* home oeporlmentand : ", ,
who ;;;. abstract of the piesfor public Of iln-i and abroad. will give him : edio( ,
I upon the Co nltituliod,'tbo. represent an Cenvis return of the utility. nature, it appears b'V i
JIb. freemen of tho Stales, cannot ,will not I i 'Territory Florida, in pur!uanee of the resolution to us that the bank in this city.culled the South) any.where. At the ,b'S friends *f

bo indifferent to tht voice of froemcal-clai- passed on the! 7ti! inMjnt; er'tfe I lnsiiiauce and Trust Company, i is eutj* all patties there,.that, his | as ho

hl ming moderately, but rmly, the,right off Respectfully JOhN jours.P. UUVAL.&c. valid capital high cOmmeiiiJ and its pure
I ] self government.Another advantage must S V Secretory ani Actitg Geoernor.V \Ve do not tli'nk lel! is better bunk in li:.<< appcatcd:since his that-all snay .
.' 1 any : :
.I attend the course .ol1"bave adopted. You St.Joseph. Dec., (( !J33.VV State of the But we mu-t tbtt is thoxrvvho ire engaged I )
.;.... v. will calmly and at leisure, organise'yourI ? < / .V beneficial effects. to the people in this say city might him down' mutt te influenced rx*

j ':; .. State"G vcromept; you will.not embarrass CENSUS. OF THE TERRITORY FLOHI be easily extended by affording accommodations motives as they I feverish
", :: ;L7. the country and evince disrespect to the DA, J W.V V tt 10 merchants and mechanic, by discounting theirnotes are governed by : bit

l: 4' Central Govcru
ctltsmpt to supersede the Fcder .author! V '. V V t Q Q.-Q., : -, each but. not.higher in, with good and stisr.ictory'sureties. nny, have, he ia 'more ready to ",
f payable about
611! or 9'I' dat 'l'liss than his
s. traducer & was
; tiyou vrill. proceed vlovtly' perhaps but sin benefit has hitherto been are to .do him on,
St. John'sJ330 refused bank
J52', by our thai Ci.
f surely,; adding strength until at last, your Duval 1336AlachiM 15 1'31 229:3 here though it is understood that similar accom perhao may be too miahJtroMe I :
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a mil.ion.into, .fehe Union, of tbe Unitjd, V 'W"31G:; V 0 32r3J 910 modations have'been affordedto,, certain ftock S Let'tlieni say that his'public! ; similar

r States, will be secured by that public opinion Columbia V 248G 132 0 2GI8 and mone j jobbers, to a large"aniount.C031 da havebceii. of iha first and_ hi 1 l Sr. ADl V

I which shall rally upon youi side.. I Dade V 263 29 2'2 314 V : MOW SIl#E.. principles; and benevolence n' I' much V
: 1-aoi aware, tberu is uo'one'in this Con Monroe. 452 V 93 V73 'GJ8 V for til ih'at I. eit
t.f vention who can si.e |he iu iustrumcnt IlIilltborongh' :n V .J3 5 V'" V -9 Mn.' V For the Iltrald. bo bas done ; that all : i tttl-
:! which lies'before.'me. that it'contains no 1 N'icjau, no return.V ,. V i GOULD the Ualtztl:-I! hne read vriUi no small satisfaction unceasingly'|i ftjid .unremittingly!' ; ; and in V V

V Mo< quiio, uo returns.f Kesolulions.iandinut say that dicharie"oflh official duties' : OM
"!' t ,han whichtlying hp cuut with to blot ;t V they iu my opinion.. erubody and breathe forth ; year V
.
No constitution is jtiiperfecl but f VV JJI29 sure seams be how best
i1 was Leon 3916.Jefferson GOB3:; 32 not only a grnui l spirit of l epubJica ism, but tp to
Jooa:
I I! it ever othervviio; vt lib"'any 'p udo:ti u of. VVV V 2113 '3140 11 521)1 the aspirations: and language of the true patriot. ell hiifellow-men. When has

: I I even the-.ihibest geuius or the- strongest XJad-den 2331MadHon 31tO$ J1 6J-I2 His, views in relation* to. corporate bodies, and will not say too much'of Judge principal

.' I tellect. : in-I 9 V 70J .8' 16l3 I i espetial'y' those moths upon society! called banks, Cut.!thU we cannot"expect
0 V (as a majority those institutions V .
.' Wboo'r Ibmiltonno returns.. V -_ of Data
I expects a faultless piece to see V V [been palmed iir/on the pcepte of } 'llcl'ue guided solely bythose feelings V

: I '_ Hopes what. .ne'er was, nor is, nor e'er shall be."J> EcambU' V V V V 270:1- : V 1433, k"8'22,b.19 531 2 .; be their ate every; daj 's practice, prating themselves; to only tend to blirul themselves. ; l returns. in* V

lj/ Tb. true question" i.-d'o' not Its perfect i Walton : DG1' 171 V V' 22 1134 ceive) eminently statesmanlike, and should re' ent virtues of Judge Reid ; These

t i' S tions far outweigh. defects What some !V Washington P52 335 1 VV C88 un friend unqualified of affirmative response from spirit with i them. If his ruin will
'j-i eiaiiJer imperfect ,others deem' e excellent Jackson 2I( 2() 2400 40 44CO I every equal rights and I privileges-,and must i pro ,
done
be
; UKsticordially\ matter V
concur vtith no
Franklin Mr. bow.
Unltzeil!
IKJil
1C9 the .
that 7 "
: -i. but all will I think, agree the work is 20CG idea that the hits' ;
time arrived the and our
Calhoun when it .
. S more to be commended than condemned.:. 1113, 027 5 'G45 I for the poup'e! to take a decided stand in is proper consequences. ,' I" vita .
I S i 'uppu.ii FOn-u.-' to
Whoever thought of denying: glory: to the : -14Cfi2"TotaU1 : to that monopolizing and-overbearing: tern f V I ., I ,
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: :
., S. Sun because.there are spots upon bis disc? I _ per which these institutions have insolently as* -.... ...-
Whoever thought of withdrawing' bis .admiration : -25,143 21,132 938 4 ,2-23 I{ suuied toward. the conuntmity upon \b".e sub I Sir. Durkc'; /? 5o7uz onj.- : w that tj .

S ,Irom the beauties of nature, becau I certify .that,the above is a trno'copy the all stance would they unscrupulously battenand whose I piis5e'.i tile House of Rep his for
44 the trail ,of the serpent is over them all 1?" Census returns' the Executive and Secretary's be. insufficient to appease Iheir'Jlti'. Le; .lafh'e Council, have ,
ate
.Fellow citizens, in responding ,to your Office' JOHN P. DUVAL, cravings. The q'USUol must iUt'i'oby toon' I, audit attra is coa
er or later : *to
arise appear us (
vvhellii-r .
somewhat
: Secretary and the (
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I ,, kind entice of ray services ibis place! ; permit Acting Goternor of F ;riJa. corrupting and aul, \ their '
womed body 1
v odi.it i.mfluei1telmaIl{ | j I I shouldhate, so far V
io that heart is
me
S atsure.you. my constantly Fur tJa Florid Herald and of
; i Souther* Democrat. conto te cCuiel our niturIty ra ured laud; i mine tbe power censurfng here, a'f
throbbing with the full "or 'f.
\.j pulse ;gra.I 'OF THE BASK MAMA IS FLOfcJDA. tfl.e destinies alalle, wurq] they j i fof the'Coniten .:
.
I I thudotoryOur fl.yor.Jndulgcuce and sup- That this maniaeutu in FJoiida. u well! in the rightfully in the : uubooght : tijfl. A.weU.m V
.- \ pprt I am, deeply, sensible that without States tof the Uniort there cannot be,a doubt in and uniratDineked people I and the earlier that i. the coriii'.ntiou itself or any I t of

.thes I couldnot, have su.taineJ myself in I the wind of any. candid, upright and.,intelligent important que.liun ii lull agitated, lie greater ;: section,or clause of JI.or e.vell' Volua.I .

I '. 'the high station. to tvbich it'was.your pta.lwu man. :% i cbanre;tlere H of its: avaUIU'lodw _"...._-iwisely ; (erring it back to the people, I of
In the able'isinte and ; these "tu'tuies 'of
to can m?. V very discerning mind fasten ted give but time to not for ,1 *
f' ; of It.V WILLIAMS, a member of the llou-e 4| fangs a Iiti.'e"mo.e in the vitals' provded by law. of
for
S All claim: myself here or elsewhere I j I
.5 V : ,' Represent lives clout Legislative Council deli of tUcir destined prey, and all struggles for es- It ii contrary to all die J hiving
is dettre
.
: an anxious tp perform' my duty if v.ied in the Ceuncil on the 12th ultimo, he clear cape \iI be worse than useless, and. all plead' j.ever heard 6 f,that an inferior and
I fail it is
S V V bocause"my powers are unequal l ly l shows, the ro absurdity and injustice to the ings nieicy uttered vain. In this view chIme : ;
V V .. '* to .my wishes; ..becaute niy.ttmost 'efforts people of Florida, the gran tin<-charieu'to, 'nutter I tiolJ it to be emphatically! a'rightanda', superior before him ; but,in' j, .- .

V V cannof, through' frailty an weakness attaintho our Terri'orial banks, which involve V a. hiehresponsibility I duty of the people t exact from thol\ pre V sctms are Lot to be done- by j!I i were V
slandaid ever "io the inhabitants -of' sent themselves caadidalea for 1 matter ; w a. V
V lofty present my mind. FloriJa a their s ofkwtary that.the>tepr |
'V ... We ,part, "never perhaps to meet flIinV' ; f.r the conduct and proceedings t>f those banks! a candid and explicit declaration ,lfrasC | people in their:rimple gialir 11 I eak, an V
May you'roturuin.safety to.your homes aDd I 'His speech was in answer to certain resolutions ment, on a eubjccrso deeply involving; their.in i I'a&umed the j arrival ,
of dividual
Mr. PCRRITT, a member well authority! ofconde
Duval couu and V
.' J being the general ;
cheered t
friends
: :' V expecting by the cooicious- prosperity con- V
of
a geutleuiin undoubted talents IcarjU theconntry. another
; and 'law Let therefore, each law body clotlid itr.Aorer .
of perfornt'cil giving
,- nets having your duty, and ing, but clearly inHitnated with the Bank pinnt be calhd 1 If : ; V
V I' < mania upon to.come out on this subject ,' unyoke act of j :
1. V greeted the' b of thejate.C : ol three
p by app r i90 your consti. : in the speer.h made hy him on his 'resolutions' / ,so that it may be k'lc\Yltbefor : 1
V. V tueetsthatbihestretiard, of the American lie asserts in tali resolutions a fact which chows V V whether he i is for or against those whose_ ,urt.eaJe tao, late,'I j' .disapproved. l it. be by the i,;, lost, 0

: ; V.. citizen.. V V his gross ignorance,or prejudice ogiinst the a.k.J most net be understood by pie through the,ballot box. It i|i l ll in the
-, V ,: S ,Fellow'citizens; 1 tender V to'you an nflec- power, and authority of the late Convention I upp'.sd to suitably restricted and a well any means j[L that'fronTthe'notes of chuckling l lad .

V --: V ; tionate farewell May.the templayon have winch was authorized by the act of the Le Manve '' banks ; on the contrary, J am'willing regulatedVV concede i by some of tbe friends of the ;,, n

,V. V, S thfs day erected liberty, Jdng l rcnnin the first Council,approved 2d Feb. 133d; by the'very: that institutions of this kind, when based upun'corre i bank?, that r .t' about
V section of that act.it declared : 1 nothing leas than
and
.1 Aonor-tbe eafltf-tho ;protection of the among prmilles so,controlled. by law and I t 1 aal,
V .I other rights and duties, the honesty would.
; V ji V Pitph oj Florida. VV V adopt all needful measures said Convention ball .to make their tran'actioui vyilh the cient nswer*' f- fiuipla! d V ,;: escape
: : preparatory to the community reciprocally baiivficui. and deny to V V i V
admission V
; V of Florida
.- into the National Coufed.eracy. m power oT unfiir and. V
: ." partial' drahngs, -. .
.Arm '
I' : prepared during 1338. It appears V V thSYV b useful l ; but without inch control '- intelli-
: by the report of Col BumfurJ, 'chief of the Kovrja it not truly snrpnMn- that Sir. Burritt I that cupidity and avarice which are -with Army MQrment..Tbe c I &hne.or V

:V: "V ordinance Department, that during the year should provision have' of totally-lost eight of the'dbove exprew from their tery nature unbridled they inseparable,aie worse, Alt. which 'has beon '("Ii 'ued V ,' about
V 1838 the United Stit. power and authority the a pestilence
government have on Con. tal to the grea' body of the fffr some time in
V eution.V people
He
.V V can. d to be made. 143 cannons fur field v pretends in his resolutions, that are beneficial only to V V past, has been find .V
ar- the IlellseTve.It
aid Convention ha I left
"travelled said about
V beyond the ben that JJ P.M. fur
V V pale Fc
V tillrl71 rautioas for garrison service, J526 of its antbontr by taking notice of tire as a general no loa:. ;. I I The ,
locks organi. remark i i. beyond doubt command of Lt. '
VVS percussion 52.700 !
cannon ,
small arms, ration of oar Territorial banks, showing how in. true, and as applied mainly ( REot. : Coon
\ 347 carriages aad for i iV t<> banking concerns, is.most rived '
V guns ;, the miliiia.other,60 iquitous they really were. imposing upon the especially sogive them at 20'cfockand_ it is and
: VV\ V ... \ cannon for field artillery and 16,600 people of Florida many millions of dollars merely er to grind the lace of the thecapzbuhityand public and will pow: order' for its immediate L dispo "
l lV IbQ
mall trmi. to support those banks, many of which may do it will ta found. far in to :
advance of die grant cause of
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( Safe.Mi: .-.tfn; groat'auction; ii. -FO'.d'tVaflfla7.T: 1'AN ORDINANCE.ralating ta the ccsti '.u f"sllFuitsto ; L :' t.
iJa of Morai Mulucaiili "Trees, on' Ssi' liE cTtkaniStpimTaVkij KLORibAjCapt.JoHX enforce the City Ordinances. f. 'f : I. .

: urdllylwa. attended' by ocb an immemecoir T --Ke ordained by the Major and Aldermen of : .
, cooreof purchaersUaat the Iarg"e room of Air.Vft'liani ._ NICK, wiifleave! Piciila> ] theCity: St.Augntine, tbu from and after f # : : : ; S 'I J t r 4t

,. II. Franklin. the auctioneer could not a. everyThursday,. Ia engcrs"'shfuild btiareadiness Lis date, all and every fines and forfeitureinvpo.ed | ; ; ,". ,. 1 jf: i .
.. i0otain Ultra. The ''tree were' renirrkably fine, to gvou' bord, the 13oat early"in ) by the Ordinances ofthis city now or hereafter }' i ; ./o .' S I \ S. \: *

and l\djuI't arrived from Mobilo. They appear lie .morning, ,., .' in force, shall be recoverable/ costs, of i the I | '':
.r "ti to be of two,years growth though it was sUi. It expected that-JOHN LEE WILLIAMS, suit by any person or persons who shall. uefor | .. : : .1.
,ltd they were but one year old. The prices ranged Etqr. will run a regular STAGE (rum PN the same, efure allY magislrate the city, and '' ; !' "=' 1 ..: I : S ';

from $4 each tree for ,the largest ilie down cohta to this place to meet tbe arrangements 'khallgo,oue. moiety to tie person or persons po : ., S j : J. : S
$L 16 for' the 'smaHeil tree which was theJeart ssoie.'ftud the :. : 'f
to *, of the float. f : who shall *ue for Jhe other moiety : [ ," "
. price that any"vere sold! for, .> i"to the CJfy Treasury for the use "ftlie city. t I S S ; ,

Public opiiijon seems to aet cVcideu'ly in favor DJiNCIiG.SctOOL.' ', :"l'cst1'., U;; DUMAS Clerk.' Ib t.; '... .:"J' _
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will
American
of trees gnmlb, as they jriel-J 'F. L. DANCV. Mayor. .
returned -- '. -" ,' .. 9- < ,:: I "
about thrice as many young plaiitt the ensuing AUGUaTUdTATIN having } S S 1
eason as the imported oittr, bendfts wbkh }hote Mil.: tit. Augokline, announces tu the public -AN OHDlNAlS'CE 'relallngto Ca.rfs, Dr ys, ] : .: ., .r ,I !. .

Ibat have arrived from abroad! are piortly! in ja ruined and his former palroiii, that ,Jie will open .hi" Waggo'u and other Carriages kept for hire. ) k.- .' ,, ; i "

and decayed condition, and in fact the lifilaodbiuiy Dancing School on Friday Et eninir the V&i i iu,t. Be ordained. by tie Mayor and "Aldermen, ( I :<_'. S
large importation {it n nuts* ofifccay and'rubbibh. forHJentleiueu. He ha*, taken the Long Itouni I the.City vf' SL AngustiheJThat! no person', nbal 1" :1 .' !l S '
: :
, 4 not worth the frcitht.-A. V. Com, Adv. of ColvCue, situated in ChirloUa ,Street lo i let, or'drivef; hire allY Canlray, Vaggouor ; ,f.",j. I 'CIO
. ',::' b.9. v\hich th re'i -a pri, tp'cfltrauce., 1\Ir. ''.-will I oilier carriage wnliiu.the city without having )' : J. ,

-- givp 'veekly Assemblies: to the Ladies o'ud Gealletuen -, 'fir,t 'oblainc-d-.a license for so doing. from tbe il : -. S ,1 1 1f.! Jt "'
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.'. IIOItUi IQLTIC fJL'S.' uf SI. Augul'liue.tiuri"itLo Spring and 1-C Icik IC the City Council,.fUJ the time being ; .'' S .
Summer.unnth*., should subucription be made I who thall number and register the lawe, ,and fo : : i: ; I t ,

?, .' Or the ChlnafMulltrry Tree. up to defray the e11t1m&e. :.winch, liceri-H.-, the MIOI 'of $10 (or oi year.of. .QJf::4 S. 1' t I
and Tali oilers al-o to instrucl in the- art of S SJor MX inonih4, for each catt, dray.waggonjorothe'r ; ,
All my concern now, .. 10 prove to Mr.; } : S ;
da ; t'd. cafrijgt), .hullbe paid for the, mo of the .A : < ,
convince with the outboriiy long-study .Dancing: any private lIir.rtqne .
my : ; ,
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,' aud that those Day vf tuition, thice times i/er week Tiien- .: City; nub uue d' lIar (or the' Clerk of-the City fr : ;
'j experience: trees ale only 'Slllllrda La-' Council aaafee for .hi ii' seme i uing ,each S. i t tk ,:
days, Thuroda,. nud, 1. fr.r }ointg ** in > .
for the of tho : : ,
I good profitable commerce t !
die.,in theADernoon., Alondaya. WednewJj. licence.; and in cane any'periuu! or peispn. shall S -
: ,, cutting ; because j it come quickly' and a- and IVidayv (or GeniViii! III iIietveniig. let Atr'drive" jVrhire, any'cart.dray; wagg u. or. I.- j .
buudantly, and tbe sales'and profit !* admirable. .:fcrmiif Tuition, 310 .terq l\rter-3 ret bDt, olheriarruige' wLhihe city. \lllojlt baym ; rstwbtained : : .' S i' -,
? But niture'gnrd to the virtue, and perweckh1aW piableinudcanr.e.' .. *- t" such' license', or without havingbe : ; .< :: I ;" :'S. : j

J life .eutial.tart:"of, trie liub'UlnteJor''la io,. N. U; Ir. T" "m.l.o give lessqni Mu ic, riu.iuber.of' such liceuie- (and no other) paintedin'figure &U | i I : -

.,, jog up. and to nurse {ho silk ,norm, it is out privately,or by clashes. "' i not ftss than three inches !long,. on the I' ; ."' .

of (ail dispute that the leaves of th? white St. Augustine, Feb. 19. 1E31. I most' conspicuous part of said cart,dray waggon ) S S ,. I'
or other carriage, so as lobe easily teen ; and haya I. .' "
end black mulberry tree are of a nourishing 'S '. .
for the ol the sober discreet _
SEITIIIVARIV management same a "
power, abundantly superior to all the mhrri.. SELECT '" and able person ; snch person or'persons of : ,I ,, _

Tbe leaves of the morus multicauli arc like JUor .Vouiij? Gentlemen,' I shall '(jr every such offence, forfeit ,and pay a | I ST'i:i, ;
a spun,. imbibed with "vuter ; it has the substance Under 8 yean of age. I sum of not less than $10. or more than 2U. ; l' I S :

o( water cresses.and noiliing more : MISS 'PHlLLlPS'respectfuIly informs the p i. T'fiat, alt( l ceuscl. fur driving carts drays, : I t .

the Chinese bilk worms (Ydfih the morusBiullicauli .of young Gentlemen' .under 8 y eats : Wagg.uIs'br' r'carriages'for Ii ire, within the ; J i .
,t th" .he will oiiiie school 1 on the first- CHY.:1 hall shall be taken : S I .: :
*. nrc'.equIt,1 l ju" ticu;lb'and t" ink, I t.f igo. not oe transferable and I
: !lay u(' fartb liuxt, at bar je J.III'ly.rur for ix.or twelve .'uonths'; if fvr six inT'iithu, shall -
CLiis3ceed with tire However that < I "
a -IJii.. ;_and Uiatthey will instructed in Urth.igrHj.hy coiuuwjjce \>nf the first day of January and on ry / ( I S ;
kind of mulberry tree are good fur the (,re. i :llpadnifft Writiiig"Arithmetic: (Graui;' ih< first ,1.1) .of July in e.ich je irnd ifjr'tWrlve 1- ... t S I:* ? t S

, ent; but experience. wilfioOir.convince the !, ma?.and Geo rahy.| 'IVrms, $5.per qutrter. months, shall couiuisuce oil, 'tbe fir t day p ] I'' 4": :
American silk worm'rone of the exact' : ,. !E5" The/'News" will,bo pleased *give the of January tit -cry'year; nq deduction being i as 1? l ( 'j' .. I

cut of my information da this matter. J!J,. i i.i nbove fonr insertions, nud scud the.till foe payment liiade/m: tlie:ain.junt.to. be paid for the license for : \ | J Jm : < II :'c of' .. ) f.'. .
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lilies.thin. the ilk worm. (Tg* nourished : la Mr.GL PniLLirs. "the intervening time between thee dat s,; and ,' ""', '".

with; ilif Chinese ulimeut, leave |vith: the Jif: .Auirustmc. ., Feb. : .'lcl3:. I every persorr-\vhb hall h&ve otitaiuedaucli. license I \ S ",'""V.,;
small "f lull" ibo't.tberl J 1 ; *hall be obli* -d. and they are hereby required tb S ;
a very quantity eggs ; :' "
fed ia a different aoanu r..re in everything : FOlt"sAr', : tall!I limes" Jrntday; (Sunday* excepted [ i '. '. I '. ,". :i
) to .all gqoda\Ircs.-.mercb4nJi.e, and : .
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carry .
And ihou h J seen rOllttTllE: TERM Of TWO YEAISnh '
pleutuous. baq
: 'I
Winiauia }' commoditjcs, application being made and themonoy (
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yrstesday. iniro Jrd'atl.,- a pl.i"ntaruii! ., of: 11C ItyUdK.now occupied by tendered fond for e\'erY-lIelcc refusal \ S.
-Ji. Clarke as a *hop;o sne hundred and seventy cuttings, 'iwiyi-f. What/ nnd the Oy-ter House connected co to do,'tliall forfeit. or" pay, to the corporation! | '
it is gn.I' t" know'Uiat! culti.if.*ou ht\ to bopltutcd 'ihVrowilh IIe ; Knquiro of W r.i uJS ,&, Ctinxtj the'rum Hen, dollars. Provided always, That d / .j' I I ;_

of oue <*ye :nU'. and ,116110. mo ret ofJtivo |t attlieboqcPorof V.SAKCHEZ..JFbrSalCj. ihe owner of such can, dray, w ggou. .elr other 'I S/ I

and about oiiejnc'hJ'Mig, and covered"about r 'C4fr 1ge, was-pre engaged to work immediately,
for SUIIIC'perun: or thall otler such other rea.on-' I L -.
incbcf, tUep. They- be :
two may put \
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:, ,, : I :
able excu.ils shall be approved of by the Court .
thicker in the row ai first and ihtnneu afterWard .; 'of situate S f
J5t. ,
jt( LYPih. the City : Augustine or magistrate: fore whom the case may. bbrought. \ :
*. There are scveiaf ways of "IaiiiliIgeuttiusind ,/lL oiitlid'Vunth.Wttiit 'CQrn!r of'Ceorge.and: 1 S '

in another article 1 will show the I I i Cradle streets' <. opite .M r' :-Benet'rn! | tOre, 3, .Tit-it all drivers of cart( dra) 9. \agzoiH.,.I .it i j' : j

different methods thai I have studied with] fronting about iirty three feet on George street,!: andfother! ; ci rrri;es in this city are strictly! prohibited "i ,

srattinl.men.. In the mean, rlrne, straw.faayc aud one hundred and sixty I Cradle street; : from driving at faster 'rate. than a walkor I ( iI }

r auy kind of dried gross ou;ht to be at AU, .HU)(> acres of 'Laud: ntuaied' on tlw'.wc inile tj slow trpt or pace, throju>'h the streets, and 'on : t I. S
bank of the river Matunzii*. about ,six I Ii
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bo the ; apiroarhing'| : ta ruingcorners of street, they
band 10 spread slightly over rO"'Ioorder and 1mlft I "
ol Augustine
'South from the City .St. ball not drive'fjsttr than walk. And I ) S .
to shelter the youug sprouts, and, nvo d mile fioui tho mouth of'1\llIlIltri-t1 Ctc'tk.1: a 'any i''I' S
a white on'of this \ : ; '
or, Cree'p
r clou'ioJuiug
to be broke'i aDd killed by' tbe strong winds Thii tract S i\'ery advaulagcoiuly: situ :ed. not clause, shall forfeit and'pay the'sum or live dollafi -':!,t I : S ':. '! !:

and frosti by vegetation, new .huc, II' comegaiubut.it for planting generally, but will atTord pld4-
i, ; I only ; nnd if a sl.ive his owner oryemploycr shall j \ :
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takes three or four wttk< more. fOnt And healthy residence. The soil fronting' pay a like cum ; and on refusal tu pay the SJHIB, [ l L' ;

A reservoir for ID"kill; manure, and v'ral 'on Ihe fiver bcinz v.e'.l adapted to iho cultivation, said :slavc shall receivti not less ihari len, nor S '.

wells fur keeph; water, are ihiiiK in il"lil- j of the oninje and mulberry, i, confiJeiilly rn*, more than twenty *>lnnes in the markc-t house. t .I '

sable to a careful' (Itmer. The tales of Mar ronitni-udi'd to nil who desire a souiheru resi'eiiCO. 4. '1'lIatlh" following ratebo i.llovwd cartmenfur :' _: I S
i .: i.- It H known n* Marine' ilace.I'Ily cud viz !
loading,
carting! unloading; :
Rod the ttiritt of Uuckinpljhin havero ;
ryatl : '
tu pnrr.K: ro.s.ANTONIO Fot clcial"iI.1 l l from the Gates { J- : I f
eaittieid..uid J
City

.- \t great deal of money to the United i .. .; ALVAIIE2., .of.Tolom: o.iitrceUiilunr-saiJ: .... ):1 _,- '.-- .--.--to '.. !
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States but I. receive only' satifacrfnn 'in ne- ); SO tuir :
% ; 1 Hi. I nn. the tasi gule of Saucliez Creek, :o a '
inc 1Istful lo. this my new c.puntrv-aiiJ; now, 1---- i line called ..CanovRS.," e. miming east ta I I S t
in the fall!! of my life ui.h myself alont n'E JI ao :.I\IJ. 11.1 II f the \vuters of .Matanz.'is Kivcr. 12J CU. {I I ,.' I i" -

without ift, .r children-all my lovo i i.< fur i IU! L. LYON inforu-a tho! ciii/ern of St. Agutliue : -J-'orcith load Tiny ili>tanco within the j tI ", i S _

agriculture. and 1 thiuk I cauuot, employ my-.lilHhs. jnil ti: .' I'jiLlic criK-rnlly: luau ho I above Im.iu. 12j.' ; I I; 1 :':,
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lelf Ietlrr. The cxccllcnre of lhi, climate removed )hi i. ret ilirig, lry Goodiend. Fancy I Fur K".C\I\ loud any distance withiii) the
the 1 i1 ;'N" "to llie. hiU"C bel'Mijiiig! to .Mr.I'crpalf: nbovc limits lo any point south Canovas I g,5' S S ,
render the soil quire poor, perhaps, best Yrfliitiiig the }!ays, llu' ilo b'-:* l leave: to inform;.Lam.', 23'; i I :
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soilt: the United Slates -hero the nature uf t them Jiit lie InV jast celved' m 'ad.litional For e Ir" lo id.. from Can us Lane run- j 1 '

the body and if 1laillt. rai i.e r.uewnnJieturn assortment of "l'lo l and fancy 4\iijcles ci III&i..I tiiin mug fcuutli nloiu the east tidc6f Sanchez 1 I ICicck. : ; : .

to life-it i i. a Becotui Madeira., The 1t::rt..f' lri-.Ii LiueuII.I.in"II' Diaper* and TubloClotlt or-any intermediate place 12-i I : ., S
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srisnco.of agriculture'can' in the .!iortof "PUCI'l *. Mnslimlo La'upi.* a-soitcd iihtiernii Bob. For each loud/ _from any point within the I I' \ 1-

a slumber raise East FloriJ.;io eno of i ct (Live': l lain and crosibirred rmcy 1111111ills, fir<.t named limits: in any point west of 1. S t

the most important states of this IlIirbt"lIa. CLliib2ic Uiinitty. Clack ud reen Lice Vcit", Sanchez Creek 'as far' as tiolana.V Old A i f' "

tion. CORRC'A-DA COSTA.St. Black aid Vhhe Sitko 1Iud' Cu11411 lIuse Liiicii Ferry, and ns fir as ihe west end of the, I \ \ ;
.: Cambric Madras and P ngee llnn.lkcrchielV._ I line running from the For Marion to the ', I S S
Auguttine, March 4th 1839. double and 'single. W'uke J uhlMt'.. Kid and Silk east side of Sebastian. lliver. '25 i i : S

(;iovi; .einUmiJ!red Tippet Mcrifiaiimd lirocjieSi'.k For 'c -cb loud froni auy point north of : : S ,' .
MARRIED.s, Shawls' Kick.ilk Braidsi; Sheetings and Canovas Line-withiii the first specified limits toaD I I ( '

; hi, City on Monday* the 4rq insCi <.y Shiryns*, Lndies dnd r .Mcssr %)dsDlie trunk )' point of:.North! City, south of Joy nerbtrect '. ; / '

the '/ ,. Mr. Rampoo, Cap!. UOMI.>OO A,. FrenciriVrfutnerjr, with a vaiieiy" of other artifclciHif I continued to the ,'St Sebastian i 1 S
which bo oilers fur nlo.cheap&i than River, 23 ; 5' i .
Uss.1o Min A.-HTOSIA N. AR AC\ both.of ; : '
this \ ever for_cD.11'I ', Furcnch JUdd fioui south of 'Canovas : -" !I .

At place.Kichiuond,, ,t the. residence. of Mrs. Brock- .Alt goods bought my Store, and not being Lane'to any point' of North City aou.ih l" ofJoynerstreet. i: I : -

.a, tliey are represented tobj, 'may bareturnedwiihintvvent1 ;. ,311 .S
Feb. tIIe'1evtL.K.Meade. :
5th
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enbrough by '
on fonrliouir, Rml t tha money rtTtind- 'or each load from "all'y 'poinl noith of" r S
TroA'ssor JAMES L. C.u LL.1Ir Uo.'lni* S \
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S fid i and I don't charge J5 per r';ut.x the City Gltt'litO any other point south of ; : .
Miss flAZWARgTGIDBOU > .
verity of Albemarle of Virginia, to. an. c,.; .1.0't J")'. : ;tr.:. ,I .Joyuer Street, continued to the. St. Sebastian ; : ( j i
-_ _\ : _: : I River. 121 '' '
""" 250 feet of shall constitute al kad.3'J : : r S
-- -- Public 7\.otlce. Lumber
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nrik..a l load. :
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\rR\O ALLs whom it may concprri, give pub. > '
At Picoj.ta on The 4b( iflsi., WILUAHZetiSBAccK 400 Shingles 'lu'id. : S r
\JL Uc notice. ; and ito:Cllltl olI nil perso)* iutcrencd. : a v '- I -I
.a native of Germany, Aged 15 not*\0 piuchaco from L.Daucy ahd One! full ll.ig>he.iJ or Pipe, double' l. ad. : S

run Mr*. Janet GrilohltuY, "bll, Jr nny part of tho FKU ,; One Tierce flf Rica or Sugar., a Loath'SOne I 4 .: ., II -
Seb IIti.mi&.tl LUrrd. half a l load.j .
of St.
Ueig"tll '
RY TIC or )
.- Cord ofVThoJaloai.'ivery \:: S : .
ltlAnl I': .JOUltN \ L.t llf fir any 1)I'tOf Six. 'rholl.l lld Acres called .' !
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load of : .
full
1IULN VISTA on the St. Johns : and any A cart or .dra1.1 goods, wares,: -: ,
-t-.-". ---- ali merchandise and commodities iiot. heretofore J
and and i .
I all other latwliiu this Territory.; ony i f : 'j:5 .r .
Ahich said enumerated, and in bulk and weight not'equal' ;
l' Lots in i\m\ City of St. Ansiutine ; i : : t ;, .
Lots aid I/uvU (except the Height of St. rfebastmiu to a full hogshead or pipe shall constitute a load. ; I S .

& : accidentally or designedly left out of thin :r-.1Ttaal'ifao) owner or driver of any carl, . .

niortr;e. are more ully described 'in the niort-! dray or other carriage for line. 'shall demand or : : : .5 ; a
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Trlisten of' I recuive'ttny greater : price or prices for lila ; !
I,gage on record, given to me my rae.4J : ; ; S .
I : uf the articles mentioned in the i
1 children, for the purchase uioney"\l toe said car"i3. nn/Tif 1 S 1
.. PORT! Ol> : AUGUSTINE. Dancy and Mr*. Graham, and winch they refuse I llh clsse"of th'H ordinance,than are allowed, the i .
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I, to pay. ,Biit if Mr. Dancy'will! pity me, n' lie i is person so offending, if white person' or a free ( : : tt I I'I
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." and interest now tine on I II perr.ora.of color shall fur every such olTence pay S
bound t<>, the! principal I ,
.4 RR 11 .ED.'l mort2ge, and 11iI\ tell me, as'lie ban told .snej! a fine of five dollars ; And if a slaveh"n owner i ", I!

A SchooLer fro In' Charleston bound up ihe I, that my ha owes ins nnihing1 when I have ..ked him or enlplayei shall pay a like sum. and on re osnl I -..'.. i i S

.. "- North River, Lite Oak. I for what is rishlfnlly mine-then I cannot object to pay the samethe said slave shall be dealt'with : j ,- ;

4 CLEARED. I tn ,bis felling,and .miking titles TO the above; as i in provided the third clause oflhN oldin ncc. -. I "j* ::
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Schr. Medium. Majte. Key. Bucayne, Indian Uiids. F. J. AV1CE, Trustee. 6. That if any person, having obtained a license ;' i S "
River'aud New Smyrna.iff St. Augii the: Jan. 12, IS'.W.:C : 33 tfCticap as afore pcjnT.Brig J convicted of four otTe rices a.iinst this.rdiiianco"before S

: ; Cashier llouklon.; Goods for.Caslt (July. I any magi!fate'of.'thi,' city, cither by him. I S ; ,

Sch. .Ncauuiktrg, -. r Will L Subscriber is grateful to iliu citizens oil self or any othtr person or 'p'f'ons.driv..ng'lheCui. ; : ; S S

,p..-- mmm mm-- n JL the Territory of Florid.' nud particularlyofthocity 1 dray waggon or other carriage' which. r.- S f-- !
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licVuso he'shall forfeit such licensp.Tiiid '
such refers
EiGLIHSCIIOOL.'I uf :l. Augnlti te;J1cklll.lUfthllJ} I any ,., f 'JI". I .
shall be entitled receH'O in '
U. CUHEGANl:: vit JL the llev. Mr.I Hackett, If.u.t respcctiully he Jiut received of th.m,'and solichirtiUentiun t"l. ::1' ;, 'f.; I I 5
'. And be it further ordained by the authority | ,
announces to the citizens of Si'. AuguM.ne, thai!1 this adyerti'Rrneiit nut! a th:ira of pnhiif pitrou-: ; ordinances of ..:-, S '- t .
afor 'l1id.1'hat nil or parts ordin-j I .
be has already conioiuuccd teaching school in the : age for the present yea/. Finding the city over ances hrrutoluie pdMreilj :regulilin* carts, drays, i I II I .- ) I ,. I '.
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with traiisieiit l/ader, lieu i< compclleit do. '
house belonging 10 Cupt. Mickler. situated ig run / i the I : i .
other be and
,carriages, sanie arelieretifisp..alvd. .
vnabe! him \o c witu tvnczonft _
Charlotte Street in which be will receive and acahbu.iIIes4. only to ,1rO vTawed ) : S '
carefully instruct as h-: has Irereiufora I done; o tb'ots.and he 1ledu> l 'bHU4ctf to keep ou IU'IIli: IGth 1839. : .? !. I
children who tiny be confided lo bit care. lie a' itipcrior as*<)rlrnent of all' ki..1iIl'o Good lui ; 'January F.iL. DANCY- t : _. S S S \

aUo begs leave M inform( the public Ihat'he will his line uf business, ,and!l will ti-ll them a&t.livt,, if S Mayor., ; : ,
whoe! il 5- Test. P. 0! Doajs.-.: CJerk.THlIltIlnhi ': -7 t 'OJ' S
spare no pains or trouble for the improvement of .not led* linn: any nthfrs in this CIY, or* : .

hit pupil.. and though his school is open to all, retail.' -Any.-ooJs liken" from hiavtore 1"oltat I: :> tlli of t, Si. Augustine _and, its j;r : ;". ". ', '.":1.: : '
without, distinction of creed. yet lie,dep uda more and not returned' twenty toUt hournril( f, Ju. \.iclniy.Sare repertfiilly invited to call and.' v' '.,.1' :.,"-; :
particularly upon lIe palrouige'oftbe.CalOu1ic' be considered sold: aii.t an advance charged nllieni ezi'mrn n IIplenJMni'ty'of" 'r- : ) S_

eunamunity for support. I 23 per cent. Any person wishing1 cnfdit ,WATCHES,. i iv EI.LtV. AND FANCY t ,{' .
'rJIUIS \ muct expert to pay niu'reTbr their good and bvjcalling .- GOODS.. J JI : ; ; .r'; "5 t S

Young bdginners, per quarter, $fr 0(1( at lu< stores they "can gel many articled The Subsbribcrha!just received (rpm Charleston : [: '

Those moie advanced 5 tX. ) for half price by paymir the cash; HU.assortjmeutcbnitstiin S I ; .f '';' .. S S .
For Book keeping Geometry, Surveying part of Dry Good, Fancy artN Gold Patent Lever,' S Gold 'L'Epine, Eiifflish, I ll: : : _" ,( \ \. _

&c. : 6 03 des,'Ladies' Bonnets I I at1 Caps Shoes,Boots) French and q'iJs wATc E. ; I, 'I' '. '. j'.
Catholic parents are informed tlu.tl1o.watl re Hardware Cutlery. Carpenters :, ilc.audf: Silver Tau5! torTea SPOONS ; LADLES ; \i, i 'r. 'I t. .S '
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quire from Catholic children' .trict.attenJance of nearly every article called for, too nnmcroiis to Creiui and Sugar, HOWLS ;.Sugar.TONGS ; : 'J :.

lo Sunday Scboul and.to the public services of mention having received' from New. York, PliiU Rice S1'UOuntl Silver i MUGS. i;i :.,' :.. S -i
the church, whilst children of other religious de adelphia, Charleston and several other places / JCWELRT. :t 1 ,-

nominations will be allowed! attend their own an. extenYue: assortment and will continue to Fine Ear Rings, and fine Coral ; Jet; Pearl, t :. J- : ''.
places of woiship without i interfering with their receive by n arly every arrival goods of various and Diamind PINS and KINGS. : : .

religious. p iocillle.. descriptions which shall be olJ, if at cost. 114 Gold and Gilt CHAINS ; Silk Guards ; Coral : ; .

Mr. C. will give lessons avery night, (SalurJl does not Wifh to iqtr but have the public to Necklac ; Gold 'Keys j- Gold Pencils ; Silver f .,} S

days and Sunday excepted) in bis School Uooin, come and jude for themselves, before they purchase Knives, for fruit. I'S

from 7 o'clock to 9, to may choose to elrewhere, as they can Pave> their, money And a great variety, of other Go >d,. too numerous : Ia ,
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n xiceive them from him.thorbo 1 '::01' and credit too. JOHN.. J. HCDKICK." to mention!' .. F. I. QUINCY; I t. ;
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.. 8L Vnfustine.-Jaa 1, .. : 'J 52 1535. 35. : t .
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'' '\1 .- : > J8-,' \ ;. .. N PURSUANCE LAWtI, MARTlS'VAX : AND 0 J. AH persons wishing for book*'eat rkV j
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k'-\ t..5'. .' I B VlEN; Presidentoflkclrailctl!>tatavfAmorita S V1fLAGE J i. Library 11 'please select (turn .,
, I' : cabp4mbros3coosf4t Dec. 5. By-cash r iedoc BeVoardo aW : !
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., do boreby'declare and make known ST.EASTXAN.. I !wiJIhare. a .
\ 1 ., ICrrlCC.llsC61Y: JI.zrlhtil/r _. 3cgui. '\ :-*. ,2000 'I what they _
: *" .01 "'Ii; ; \ .d-..d5.oNDL'.12.4ZtIU 1 Do. Joshua ." JO 124 that a public sale will be held ai5t.Augultinoin of One Thousand Acres, we* ; 2. All.Stranger* must leare in .rf .
Joyner UPON.a'uact .
. < ;', .'..: '. tMltlh. 'r '2600. Dcc.20.Do.AntonioAlvarez.. :. 40123StV the Territory of Florida, .on Monday the 5tb 0 by the St. Sebastian, the value of the rej.fbooks borrowed, anti posite lia: '
: day,of November next, for the disposal of the Proprietors bavelaid number of Lots, extending taM M
out a
I; '2> "' : C' \ Do. femes N. GoQlJ, /C. Iti37. .. \ .' 'retarDed.1 '4
.' .{, : \, i.... "::1' _,* q, fCUI' 183WJ,. "I.1 3- 12 :-J.u22 v o\ Do. Philip \Veademan. CUtk of" public lands within the limits of the undernpentin-- from the High Lands or HOb, down to i- 3., No subscriber wifli b. allowed tqu
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I .'. l" .1 (. 1J J k '.Market. \ 5952 ed townsbipn and fractions townships in the East tbe River. 'The, situation fs well suited for .a t ie ;ha4 one Jet of book at the same time ,. ",

:. I 1"4':." .. f7': : :: ,laD.1.. Remitted to Van Brant, Cbarf ,. ':" { Pbilip Weademan, PJorF..d. J 50Msrb Florida :ndDiitriot.\owit: ;. Town or,Village, and possesses strikng...ou t exira PlY, 0 ; wi1Ja. t

.'. '' .:; \ j leatoal.r.2lcrg.Ucd:6, .25 00' Feb2., Philip WeademanACfcrt of AortA of the Sate Lie andEasl" of At 1Jltrid an. advantages'- '1'he St.Sebastian: ,like most of tba I 4; "AU person keeping book mort laIIlltr
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S: .. -.*:. -,. Feb. ft. Cash paid to Ceuben U. Pink-' "-* > Market \ -566J' \ Fraction townships I, 2, 3,4, And 5, Eastofat.Mary's : Rivers in tbe vicinity: is but an arm'of theTsea:1 c week,wi, be charged extra. I.s. : ,;

: L \ hamorncTO0ciiitktlodg t/ \ \ Do. ,Philip Wea3eman\r >r r ) River of range twenty three, i \V S and afford*the most excellent 'fish oysters'and.1 Any books token (rom th. labnry

-a A : -,5.- \ Wm"Nelh&ao/ronU ; Fiin4 \ J Jet Townships 1, 2, 3. and 4and .fiactiofaal t town*.' cL 'v_: The prospect tube North East and East .!tornVr damaged i/i any way more thab the, I II ''.
', S L:. t5fldcAt.th4 .hlp 5, of rang" rfour oJ' r ,< and South extensile and andfrom COB-
., Cit,; 10 00V March 2.Philip\Weadem.an, Cle1cof twenty i picturesque, I mOil weaif, tho damage must be paid for. .

:I. : I. :. 2 I). JL D. Fonune, iBiws. Afarkel,. \ 8 68 Township: *..,2,and 3,:oran twenty five.* nQ point does the.City of ft*.Augustine appear S..r. C, It will be'eipected that uoon'tstii. took ,
,;;t .. : 1st .. Township 1, of twenty% s x.Fractional tosuch from this selected ;.
"' S Street j 25 00 22E. B.Gould, Mayor, Poor Fund 2 50 range advantage as newly are read,' they wilt be returned. !

,.. .. S V.. .. :AprillS. III?. R.D. Fontane, dotG'Gal ,April 1. Philips\ eademan.r Clerk o/\ : Townships* 1,2, 3,0 .bnd 4. Grunge site ; fom the heights, the City, Harbor, and 1 .TERMS. S.

..' ,., May 2. Do.'fbilip W aaemanSr. Alar .' Market, \a; OS -wenty seven!, i j : Ocean may all be had in view. For each volume.per week, 121 .

I . .- : '. Clerk.A.l4lcrr, ". _1 650 ." ".Pbilip\\reademaoPoor'Fluld, \31! Fractional. Townships ,!,.2. arid 3', :of range Tbe Health of Augustine has been'.long Subactlptioufurl rr.outh, 0 $1,50. cents.

; i \i JIB* 2..lip\\V .m&D. br. Market May 2 Do. Philip Weadman, Clerk of \_ .: twenty eight. v 'i. -& '. known appreciated ; St Sebastian cannot 'Del 3 do. 0 400. I I4 1
S ,: .d' Clerk. AL' S4Z4r i -6 : Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of range be leIS salubrious since is removed from the .
1". 0 50 : _. Market, .43 Cl. it Dol ." 6 "do. ,).
I. ;1 :.J ; Do. forNCity Account Csiuf/e*, : ,June 2. Do.Philip Weademan Clerk of, -. twenty nine. 1 City not more than half mile. The Sea breezes Dot '- 12 do. 12,00.4AT.LOGUE.OF ".:-
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1- S. flacLe4f.r Patrol Room, 2 CSt Market' & 371. ofthe Base line and East jtJe Mcrilian.TownsbipS S and the absence of pernicious air mad this the I ..;

!S1 S ',.. ./ ,' :1 .... "I'' ,' 5. Do. B. Sgui I, Council. Clerk,j 2 July' 2l' Do: PbJipWeademan. ,..Clerk of ;of range eighteen S. finest climate in the United States. There may J. oW Q 'reAbbes,2. volt BOOKS: .

."r" ':" ".<-i ', : ';$S/, .... 'S S .r r.u_I'.. i iUO :.'Market, '_ .I_Jel'. \ Townships 5,and 6, of range nineteen. w' be. rapid changes of "eather, and sometimes 3. Harry O'Keirdon. "

: .V. .'. \ ; : M tDo.V.8anvbczLctRrPaj; i, 3 50 5;.Do. Geo. L."Phillips. Tax Col- Townships 1,2,3,5, and 6, ofrange twcty..,. rude .winds but generally' the air is bland and ,4 A Father's .
....".: ': .::,.:' 'II', Do. R. D. Tow.nshipsl.2.-3. and 6. of ran o I LegacyI\ :'
F.ontane wen one
yt ., ... ., improving. leclor, 144 45 : y wholesome,and seldom Jo the Inhabitant fuss ado L o. Hovday 0 11
: ".' : .. -' '.1'" streets,' \ 'I I12183 20Do.coL-PhiItpiTarCol.' .* Fractional township I, townships 2.3.4,5, auc 1 without seeing the Sun '
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Southern and Western 1)
'.s'i: .; 1. Do. IIeD\ 6, of range twenty two 0 Songster )
.Aal t. The
> npairi.It.u.b'Ir.. fcrtw, '895 Orange Groves whit used to. be the
0 7 Souvenir '
0 Minstrel.
< 1 PmUicSparLMay : Townships I,2,3, 4, 5and 6, of twenty 0 ;: i.
range
; oJ. y. 1634. 1200 Sept J. Do.GeoL.Pbllbp.amaN"; pride and charm of'St. gustine'are recovering ; 9. M jor Jack Dow :.
1" ?. : .'$.7.De.Ambrose Cboper/orrW ;;* res City Taxes f .\ CO CO"rt .three. \s > :- from the severe blight of :. We sball a- :t. 10. TafesTof Romance ting"d 0 ;
'it S- : < n4SaiclexCrce&. 200 Nov.2.Do.3. 0S Townships T; 2,3,4,5, and r.ran&e.tweot: yS and have ,. .
1 '.. A Uamblas, Cfcrk of gain soon oranges ; and the beauty bl r
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I C. Serui, CUrk of Co..til. .M4rl.u.223;: 09 0 the landscape cannot fail to be improved. whentheGrovearospreadastliey 13.Nautical .

.Myxar salart, r I 12 SO 183f .- ,, ,. : Tt' nship\2,3,4,5, and 6,of range' twenty will be, from the 14. Tiles of Reminisceues the Urania.J5 ', t

M D.. K.D.Fontane.ywutrefbApril 6. Do. Jos. A. Llambias Clerk fi ve.. V ancient ,along both sides of the St. Sebastian < .
of I- 1C. The Wept of Wi ,
Fractional i h.ToD.\ViIL..2 :
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gtont; and carting tUetainef r Market.x 22225 ns J. fra'np) twenty nine to the Heights of St. Augustine. TI1e-t-ituatien'I II .
: 17, 18. Stanley Uuxtoa,2 1.. .
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;: ; thtcantcuay back f\the COM Maf 16. D Charles'Robioii 38'7 place continuationcommencingon of the new town, affords 1er.. ,
4 .. S 1 great encouu 1920. ,Diicipliue.2voft '
J ." '' S llou,. V :I 22 00 y. July 16. Geo. L Phillips. 10 00 Monday the nineteenth day 01 f, emkr next,for I to those who sliall! beeCime_propriei rt. for-tfce S :
y 43\ 'i.. Ner.C.B. < the diposil of the public lands within the limit 21,22.U'lea of Banditti and Robb,,.2 yeW .
8'lllaClnIcfll Ctundl.ent OcL. 30.'.F. L. Dancy. Mayor ; 65 00 p cultivation of the Orange, the Chinese Mulber-! 23.. Scenes "
of the undermentioned 0l ju our Parish. \j
and
rt- "-3 : fU'1 salary. \ j I.! 12 50 1i.v.6.Do.Jeg.AUamb&zsCitjMcr: townships .fractioiu rJ. and tropical and other fruits. 24. 0 .
FaJLoner ,
'
\ I .e..4. De. to\ntlbJp', to wit : \ *
JamesM.Gou1Jnij skat sad the "
To to value there
of this S
\ 19560 property. :
Trials
J25. And
South of the lase line and east the i Triumph -
meridian
U JC4" : i' J4 87i: ." % T /j j are "er.f3iling Springs of Fresh Water of superior .
183iI -. ? .n 26 -
r -. .' \ "' "' --N< '- '. '.., v That part:of Township 1, east"of Snwannerivpr I quahlyrandfiee ,from the taste of 27. Kings'Own, 2,Yof.! ':

.4 K. .27. D.. Michael ADCb*.o.n, 'r-l'.. ., .., .. .'. 'jO 5- .. _'," .......-....V\ oCrlne faurtecn.: ',\ r.I l74, or any niiiuirxl flntror.entirely .* 2,29UOiini'i M. I'Laljj"h Le-icy.. 2 voli. .

:. .ing ..UU..wl V' 25 00 ., ,"' f' ., Towns ips 10,11 f. and 12>, of range fifteen.: With and 0 :
caasevayt, J :. :- "" .p" high dry, and commanding .,location 31,3-2. Scottish i CbieO, 2 vol .
," \ Townships 1J'and 12 *
:
'a
sixteen
"t tif '
John
Do. Seguitp.int t -. ; range 0 '
: t./- ..' : with a lovely prospect,with as much salu 33. lor 0
.
5, ': struts and cansexays, A 35..00 '$7 ..-ti: r r". ..', --.".._. ,' Towuships 10.J1,12and\ 13, of range seven 'brity as 1 mountain region could atTordtherebeing : Rura.Iity, .. ', : .
I ; 'f' :7 34 3.Private
.4 29. Do... 1r." '- ,' teen. \ \ LUct,2 yol.. _''.
I '. struts and.D.Font.oerepauiag\ .. -. *- .f'..;T.J, 1;-1:. '>i. .<- .. 4' Township_ and fractlonal.t t townships 0 I 0 1. -nd no reason to fear agnes and fevers or .the '5 6Ci Frank,, by 3"TTdgeworth ", 0
,. coMseuays11, 25 ... __." ;' $ '.' '.' '' > country fever which may k foundia las favored'positions ,37..LIItor.rick -
May 15. .v..aliotI U the CAorlcJ; \ 1"f'... S.-t. .. .\ 12, [west of Arredontlo's cliimjgVl township hawk ,
.. 'City of .' .0 ,.- ''''' -r 5 : With ample space and capacity-for Lect6reihrtjs.ia 0 -
13
of S S
rT hteen
i : range \ S -!
taa r.1 j J"
1 .j 4 20e 00 '. .- :'. :l I'o" : ." ._. tle'production otthe'o j.nge, mulberry olive, -40 America "'
[
V: I Jan 1. D. Aborntyf BnsttdIf \ ... . .,. ; Townships 7, and tfr and fractional\town lip! awl J rt Songster/ ,
I .. Lery. *. ; : :" ,t'1' .:> \ almost all kinds of (fruits herbs and Bow ,, 41.
,SS ... 9. [north Arredondo's claim fractional Bungay Poems .
settlement .. oS'. '". } township .
'" lAriat, ofco! .\, '. -. ". lt.-a.r. :.'r., .. .. ..-.i-- 12, [south Arredondo's claim aniltown- 1 nith an immediate proximity to'the! Harbor of :T 42. Baron Munchamen, -:
'. ]
,\, &.'-.' tract in suit. for building r- \ .. :." .: .i"i.' .:.. .1...':.. '' \ I I ship 13ofrangewrntt. fct.-Augustine; .the furthest point of the pro. 43. Law* oFEtiqnette.. .1 ': -
Iridft ottr Sanchez :tro*. 225. tAue.8. .4..1f. t.:.1t ,". "t"- :''- "'. .' ( \ jected village being not more than ainVremov-
.44.Navl
.
Tow : and Patriotic
.. 'It A ships), and fractional Sonjsttr, '
.: BS.g11i. CltrL; tfCvnncil, 3 \ .tf ", ; I'1 ;. townshi\ 9, J.ed from the :ci Wall. \\ith a stream in front, 145..A.mt.J
""Si.' :. ;. -. } 37 SO .... ..r\o 1 '", 1 ....... ...' [north of Arredondo's claim,] fractional'township ;t abounding fn the fine shell and other fish;navU ole and E1e- joy. !_ "
J j .
I.rlI.j "
9 4G."Wnbfid tbeSailor
/ I [north Arredondo's clainf '
:
: ( 12. ] /rac.'onaj t
Sept \ : ." J R ;I gable for steamboats and facilities fobuthiogiu I .
) : offering .
--"ti. :
". ; :: :. 47. Seer es American \
township soulb of sJtb
[ e
v I I- Arredondp'n claim aid
iu ,
f ] .
.J .- 700II:" 7 :: i. r: t the Sail"Water-thfe proprietors per- &i't '
: 43.
', .t.31. Adm'r of Bepet Segui. attend- '.. _. .o"r i'y ._ _- -.+_ .. .' township 13,or range twenty one. \uade themselves that their deserves < Comic-Sougstcr' .5.
f > w .. Townships 7 8 enterprise 4950. Thi OM and New World 2 '
1 \. -' :;' '.,t.- and and that part o town : ye ,.
gc4asawi1auIIth2C4HOf ; : osucceedaud it will
... '.,- tJ. ships, JO, 1 I. and 13, lyirigeast trust meet with the alientipta 5H 52. TL Polish Chief, 2 vcfls.
'.' Cttj'" Ditk E IltAIIa4.q .. \ S..' ,. .-." +.-' ; .- otArredondo'sclaim merits-. ;' \
!t ,' SS.' \ Jd3i: S. \ I .iO.r' ,:.,...'..'1. .... 'r ." and township, of range kit cnty two" .: Donations will be cheerfully offered-to -' 53. The ;Library of Romance -'
Religious
'
t .
; :"!< I M 0.. Maaitel Gar 'do,, rmrrtingstret *- .". :" ". -. ,t Townships 8, 9; io, I J, 1'2, and 13, of r range Societies anJ Churches and 'I, -54. Ruralitjr;. ;
to
: : 0 a Seminary
"
-.1. "P *. I 29 18 -', .r : of } j .
\ \ Learning.'Application IJist.orlt S
o > s .f'
I. .. Townships' e 0, 10 1 1. J2 and 13 56 Sketches of | 0
4. . S .M *S of 0
.
'
Do.StephenArvau.atUddtS range for
the
1 : ., purchase of Lots be
\\ ; 's- :" '. twenty fuur.Townub'ps. _- may 57,58. Richelieu. 2 rols.! ,
f' .aawstwsithicaseoflhia ", \;.- '. : ,'L ," made to, f''. DASCT orat tile Store r ; *:
oj t. of P. B.
11 7 B 9 0 59, CO. Thi Modern 2 YoI,.
t , 11 12 and 13 Cymon
S. S .. Cityrt. DirklFleischtayear! S \\ l ,. : .; twenty 6y.,. ,5 of' range I DCMAS, in the City of Et. An ens the, where a 01, ':. SehfControl,2voTs. J
1835-7, ,16 5OJUr. r \ .. "t. 0 0 S plan of the village is left fur inspection. I iy ;
B. Cfcrt : The salt will each be kept open for two weeks 63. The Three Histories. ,
S, : Segui, o/ N. EL. A number of Lots 0;
jtbese will be
soon
V .. ; \\. marter's salary, 1"1',' (unless tbe lauds are sooner disposed of,) and ro oflcre'for sale I \auction.Regular 64, 65, Discipline yol,. i -

\II .. '9. Do.John I.. Willis.. rrpairs i : ,. longer; and no private entries of land in the ,_ .0 66;, 67. Seu'se & Sensibility,2,901. ,. S .'."

; I ( is pump,Jan. 2., k37, 3 OOD 5.-. '.. ,-S,' ". .T.;.. townships so offered, will be admitted until!after \i. Augustinc atid Ge.9. Travels Bokhars,2vuls. 5 .: :

S S I. .. '1"b I. Douglas,furprofcsMMwl ." : :: ':. ; .. c the expiration of tho ;\o weeks.{There will be- CHARLESTON PACKET \ 70. 71. Refugee in America. 2;vole. .: :

,., I J "' Mirios reMUtea1 i. Mr, \. S ,.,_ :,.:,,;.,.'". :r).' excluded from the sales herein proclaimed, lands : HAVING returned from the North 1 72. Col. Crockett's Tour
t MO/Cit, S'Jf"'M'.J. \ -c.. ." ,/ appropriated forthe use of school hi, militaryorother with the Sthr.-EilPIRE, I take this \ 73,74... Owiu's Voyage?, 2 'YOI,. j
i- \ f ;, "S also lands covered & 75, V I'Urius,2rols. ,- '.
5 : .Dirk FlriItbua00: {, '. '- :'. purposes by private opportuuityXto inform my friends : e '
.S .
.,, : :. 1 .. D h Tbom. Dou,18I.r; '11Oico S.. ..:A \r. ; I confirmed claims suncjtdor unsurveyed, and and the 'ubNc. that I shall run as' 77. Gentleman' in Dllkck.I' ," .,
'\ 1:' { :.1 4 : ,-oseTeic4Ji3tAec4uloI ; ; ..;. ." .J lands to which private claim are'Pledged! which heretofore between and 73. Indian Wars .

fi ",. :...-. -'",0 0'"'I-"...- -- ,' ."' ---. u. f '. >.. -,,.h-l. --- : : '' ;: _. _, ---. -- hn\e not yet been firmed bxllawi-losortlj*0 .Qtit_intermi'Mion nnavoiJaLlfl 79. Tho Nnn, -S
'I.. ,, S "- rial. OWy' tiItU _W'UI : : '.'" with H quarter tedious aid (ractinuI1I/1cctilJ.lI! el} fur the'tenn ol thite ye: CharletonVitII'1 fcfO.'Travel. in.:Pouth A meri a. ,

I !. ':',. ,f \ : S '. .J Tbo .orf.profi.- .. .: ,' '. ,- ". which may be cia thereby,and therel ra made to Winter constantly, and always! '81. S1. Allen Prescott, 2 vo". 0

'I:' :"' :- ., ,. sitnat serntes rendered in thmiofCityofStAngnstntva.+ ., .-,I "":.!:. 'v :' require new subdnisions.wbeilsuLh claims shall L accommodate ana try to please 11 and wil take ,: 83. M, tz;. Delphmc-! 3 vol*. .
,
bare been '
.,.. 'S surveyed. I( passage and freight as low : c6,87,88,69. Gil Bias 4
S '. "i' .:; .' '- r. as any. icssel), "ois.J
J.. .. &OTT' a". 1IUI''r La .I I, }. "_ J. ,s'."' . ''. .. ,.'IL ...,'.".. Given under my hand at the City of Washing e it be 'hatlt may. 0: II 90.OK History of England 2 so!.. .., .

:;I' .-.. .' .. .. ,. De. JDO0.MM ., Doog1u; I.;..',," -c., 'C'. ,'' ,Ii :iIi ,'. ton this fourteenth dty of July, l\nnoHJo- Tile Empire has IJC\O sai's! and.i newly copy' 92. The Criminal! Cilendar, 0 b

: f o/2 J per et.fomnd nmmi. .' :, ;., .,,0; .. ......\ .,_' ;..'':'.''-, mini. is-i-a- 0'-1\L' its' .. nrtor-v... .,. r.nrp4., _S u 93. Arabian .1-llb.- 1 T."f.

S .j ". +. 24 pr ct.for paying cut asTraunrer ...: : 1. i :; <\, ; .'; ,.' 0 By President. : } 0 I trust to my friends:for the main support and : U4y.j.; Uobinson'CII;'oe.2 voi t?
0 r.
I CC 80 :' S. '.;r., \5 ''" WHITCOMB, j, solicit ,area onabb chare of pcirnnage; fOO 96,97 PeterSim- 2 ,ol,. I ij

,.4 it S 5' S \ Balance due te Cerporation,' 0 122 09 J. ,.: J ..J<).. ., .. CoimnissifttirofUie General Land OJjlce. lis genera ly..":LYMAN SOUTH tbl.1ml 98, 99.. iMidfliipman Easy 2 yol,. S '

1. J", 1 j 1---: J. : .' ,. '_, )..'.. r ._ It NOTE BVTHC .CO.MMSpONER. $t.Augti<4tine Fancy & Iry 101 JW-, 102.; The::.,Pacha I'irate of&Three Cutters, 5 r"
0 1r.6i6.20f" : ; 1.. ,. : : ."IGi' 20! is understood to be i u coulemplation to'es r Manr Tales',2 roN. t
GOODS
: 0 Test ?. B. DBHAS Clerk of the CoanciL : _. tablidli S STORE. 103, 104. Jacob
: '; o a cordon.ofmilitary FailhfnlJ2 rol.:
posts acro-is the Pe"ninsula SUBSCRIBER has l1
just returned 105,106,107. ,
0 THE Children
1 \ of
of Florida, at a considerable dUlance New York the Abbey, 3 role.
to with

.J City Treasurer's account for the ]last quarter."of thc\'year: 1838. protection the south of of the the-lands frontier.above wbieb proclaimed. for the upply oflshinabe GOODS a large comprising and elegant eve 11 108,109.?. JJ I., Ratlin Cousin the Nicholas Reefer.2 2 TOI:9.rols. ;j

1833. : 0 -. I 1838.cived \ : \ ample! opportunity hill afford an ry Iry Goods. .Fancy articles. Boot, .11L Iranboe, by\V. 'cott. -

J tilt Nor.-Paid to E. SFRACCK fora. 20th Nor. Rec of Thos..Douglas. sales to examine _the to'l'urclll1ier lands ; a <4 prior:.to the hoel.lars, Ldle ounet.-tgetherVlt .113, I I' lemoill tof'a Peeresn. 2 0 vols* .' .'I
of
; large of !
1 0 c.ffin. 928th 10 00 late Treasurer, as balance of City funds, 122 09 which is represented as portion ar.. ( cut h15.'FheYonngVif.f.Book; 0 _
S J I" .-Paid; to DASIIL S. GARDMEH l!Dec. For a| licens. granted for th. being-yerj naluable. herr_ All oPsvhicb. -are fur safe orraccoinmodaling 116.1 Il/The Waterwitch,2ols. '". ,

j "I' lectl represenUtire of Dickerson & Pe- atrical purposes,]. \ 2001 NOTICE 'TO PRE EMPTION C t..AULTtN term/ ZILPAH I I UTII Eft.. I )18., Arabian, Entertainments 0 55.i: ','

i.i 0 pooD ; a bouse declared to be a nulatflespectfujIy! submitted by Every perso.'clai mwg'the 'right ofpreemp SiUcs.wbie. black and"col'ed-largo assortment.. ,: 119 Sketch of Illinois; .; <; ..:'
i was soldby order of 1 the .. I tion 'of the Satins; do. ". do.- ; : 1 :
S 0 ance City I. P. B. Dux toany lands designing in the above do. 120-FeraaI Biography .' "
i ; Council'aDd the proceeds deposited in > : City Treasurer.- proclamation, is requested to prov c the same to. Florence Silk, do. do. J. 3o.' 0 121.TbeUookoftlearts \1. ,

: .I' the Treasury subject the order of the From the N JttjJ-Order: d,that the accounts r the'satisfaction, of the Kegi-ter ana ,Receiver of Black.silk I Serge;"plain and fig'rd. Velvet Garni- ..' .12" Family Physician 0 5

:' S proper person . S :3875 of the late and present.Treaorers be pnblish .. the propperland office, aDd make payment there tore ; S '. k" 123.:Robbin II Joornal ",". 5-. '

: S I 1st Dec.-Paid to John Capo' for balance and the Cle.k'or the Council specify..(rom th for as soon as practicable nfteTStnnf this notice. "Satin and gauze Ribbons;,S1rcenr, Taffeta and 124. Treaiise on Astronomy., ; i
: -
S of expenses incurred in supporting Touchers,. the items for whtch lie rnoney .was in order that the claim may be adjudicated I gate Cap Ribbon*; Crap Liste;-; :: "5-0 125."Tha Tot Hill, -
'
'by
,:!, destitute seamen, : 10 00 paid.; i S \hoso officers agreeably to law, in due time' I % axd bIW Crape; Hat Rotes 0 126. The 3Iysterious 3ro k. c 5- 0 '
prior
0 S 0 0 ': Test;. C.B. Denis ': S 0 to the day appointed for the commencement of Chaleyete'i furuiure Fringe r figured Mnslin Iii 128. Eugene Aram by Bulwer -

!S 0 5875 :- I Clerk'of the Council. ; thI public) sale ; and all claims no! 'duly made .DeL'inegr' eo Gauze-, black and figured, Vest- 12-0.19;. Eat & West, rob., .3.rols...

Balance infaror of the Cuy68. 3-, 0S kn'wn prior to the date afurcsai, 4re declared inks; S 131. Garr Owen 5 .' ,.

S fcbject to an appropriation of $20 fortitionery. !: 0 5 .S byV to'be forfeited. Black blue BIcck.and Silk Velvets. I' J3':. J33..J .. '
UinaJdo
\ ,
Rinaldini
\ .. ,- I I. I t .. : S A bile.cold. 3 yoL ..
and
", .f .J! j I. "< _' -" JAMES WIUTC 31D. ,'Cotoncveli 6ur.l Merinos, 13& Memoirs of Grima'di. ,

:0 .1 .___ _..__ .___. I'I it : 'C" i '- Commissioner of the General:Land njjitc.I cross and Bobbinets Mnl ; jcocet. swiss. .136'. 137._ DrY, hr CooDer.2 yok. S" '."', .'3

( 0 JUST received at the City Auction Store : 0 Pcrruincry : '. S U- rule and bared black .MnJIn*_ J38..l\JaCk nzie'<5000 Receipts. 0
\ \PUBLIC dotted Fullj .
. for SAMS 139. Naval .
\ private tale I I l ror\.eiT. Monument .
1 \ S II "S 20 doz. Cane and Rush bottom Chain, <', ', J LIST; RECEIVED per.schr. Prin eltl,-from I OF UNITED STATES L4M1S IX Figured Dl perv; Thread '140. Comae's Constitution of AlaD 0 .
I. S ,the celebrated House Johnson EAST Inserting and Ldgings Cambric .'.
:
! .' 10 do. Windsor Chairs, ) & Co., FLORIDA. Edgings and 141. 'Domestic, Cookery, '.
i 1 do. Rocking do. :- I Ir New Yorh. the'mosi complete and perfect assort' 0S _'roUt DEI-'EmEU.I'/OR. I INOTICE S In! rtiflg!; Blond Lace 143. ProIi) Letter, v '
: S mcntoT PERFUMER &c. &c. ever exhibited f Quilling and Edging; and' 144. *
4 Britinin Tea fc Coffee Sets: j DondFooting Lisle Stephen .
: t r for sale in this city. con"ii>tinff of-- W HEREBY GIVEN That the Edgings; Bru scls Burroughs, :1;
. / 3 sets Cut.Glass Dccunterr. Edgings. 143. Jack Lawrence
sal ,
Cobbinet
.: S DRy'COOIJS. : COLOUNE WATEH, \of lands ordered by] the Procla Footing nnr Quilling, 14R. Tho Blind 0
mation of Farmer 0
the Pr Black
identof ihc silk ,
S 50'pieces Sbeptings ,Shirtingi. LAVENDER Do. United Slates.da Fringe Mantillos; worsted Lace. 147. Elizabeth
0 FLO ted 14lh July, 163'. to be held Calicos ,
Land ;
S. 20 do. CautonTlsjiBen S RUM, Do. at tho Office Bishops Lawn Minlins, for mOulniDg.I I 149. Visioris of Qnivcdo 0 S '
HONEY Do. at'St.lAgutine. Klorida, on'3Iohdhy the French Flower and Garlands ,
.
fifth
20 do. Linen Diaper. S U!. Alphalbet
S : 0 Al:>o, the following select articles for the hand- day of November nest, is declared tobe deferred Ostrich Feathcriiand 3IarabouU. p.f Botany,
5do. IrUU-Lincn 25 do. Furniture lot. bt .
the .
: I Musliu kerc.fief: toilette, Ac., now so'much in until, and will commence on the White, black and colored silk Lndt Lake '
1 10 do. Book Muslin, 10 do Check i repute : of Monday, third ,and pic-nfc 151.. hncf\eDl 0"0 .A
Improved articles for the day Daumler next :\Iso that the KiJ.boskin. bucksLiD Gove. r ',--. .
: I -'I i S 3* 10 de. C&'ico.100 : Complexion, ordered Mr the public 83e. ,And merino 152. Pft.r.Wikin: 0 '- '
,
Stocks
: 0 doz. Madras and Romalse Handkerchiefs f, Distinguiseed embellishments the 11 air, same Proclamation IB.be held! at Colare Suspenderssilk, merino, lambs ];. William Wallace 5134,133..PicwjckClub,2vo
"-. S Fancy Soaps, Tooth Powdeu. the same office on Monday, the nineteenth Under .
-
gansey
do. Silk
I ,. 10 Hose 20 do. Cotton day and Draw-
hill
5 hoso, of November .. l.
; '. :. : Seidleitz Powders Soda Powders, next is deferred' until, and ers.Broad S ;
: 10 do. Ladies and Messrs. Hoods will 15( J57. *
j.. te Razor Strops, Turkey coajroence on Mondays thseren'.ei Cloths Legends of the Library. 2 rol. .
400 Black Silk S Sponge nth day of Cafsimeres and. SaUmets
: : pieces Braid. of different .158,159. '
:
/ December Yesterday in 1
< .," (, Toilette Bottles cut glass. next. \ qnilrties! and htlesy' Ireland,2 TOb. .
ICO. 1ff .
.f'r '. S ., : 10 boxes Shoe 0 & Boots ALSO. 0 Do. do. China, Given, under myhand at iHe City] of \\98&b. Silk worsted, lambs wool. marino mohair.cajh- 1C2. !Lives.Tales of my Neighborhood 2 rol '_.

;: t':,_ S .1.. 1 cue Silk Moleskin Halt, j Lither Brushes, Nail Brushes, Cloth Brushes, ingt n,Jhis'llth day of Oc\>ber, 1938. 5 mur and cotton Honiery" '. 163. Wilkins'jof Odd character. "
'' ,'tI S J' Ivory.Tooth Combs, Razors Dress' Cases 0 I. Vt.X Suparior Leghorn Victoria. Conduct & Bun's Conspiracy. .
'0 W Mtukets pairs Pistol ng liUUEN.PUBLIC ; Florence 164 w.
: plat Tuscan.
/j; ::? ; S -, I ::Lather Boxes, and sundries By the President: 5 I En grub straw British Robjnson Cru'oe,2 yo!.. 4
0 CROCXRTES. Leghorn. .
166,167
J. 'J'. 0 I h. Together witb J.vo. M. MOORE colored and Lives! of Celebrated Women 2 1-.
l 5 -. pipe SfadriraVine,. -. I. Sooerior a great variety of French aud Straw Don bets;Palmetto Hoods JC9. Water YO 5 .
i .0 )0\ .- .0 | do. Sherry 'do. "' 5 'etude. .J I EngIisrr.Per/imtme' and Fancy Articles, which # Perfumery; Shoe!. Aillrssortmetitpf-men'?, 2! Witch 2 rols. 0

1 : r 4 kaskets Cbampigoe are offered- for tale ou the most reasonable terms, : 0 andboyn: Hats, -_ -. women 'S ,
S |
S V A ikAVAA if lvAVWMMWMA CiJ.p. I. by ; Z. HUTHERr Of United States SI\.LEJ'j Hardware and cutlery; Loops, Q IX weeks:from this date, I'will: make '
paper apprication *
Hangings.
! 6 b\ViD.biit r. 5k s'Rl Dec.,13, J833". 50-tf. Dec5 J. 0 K9 to Ife
yo
0
sin deferred 3tr.UI1.'Y hlon.theJudgeo( the Conrtr
' for a!
'6 bbls. Rum 10 bbls. : Court or. kJ*.. In"n..... I.ft.....__ ,,__ !Iy _u, A. .,
S S Cider .v.
pr Ll ller or \
t1VTION httfrnf a
**
,
S S. S 5 do, Soda Biscuit, '_S SELECT SEMINARY, s1ntiiays. ,. \ cO MTOIt E; l mimstr/iiion 'm the ESIaIC'rI ANTONIO .

1 S 600 lb*. Bacon Htnn;300 Ibs.' Smoked t,Beef.. 0 For. .Young Gentlemen NOTICr. such is. hereby given, that ie1'1;'*! roll' Charlotte Strttlan.l Public Square .11UERT9idecU 0 0 '
t- 11 10 kilts Mackerel 20 boxes :. Under portion of the Ian. S 4/rd 'd III. subscriber, .hUt;'.been I: De-c.3.e' { S
8 JNO.
r ., Smoked Herrings, years of ale.1'IISsS on the 1 Ith day of October M by tf appointed I.5 31. FONTANE
last to be
0 : : ed! CitY'onilclf ; .
SO boxes best t rlJ Auctioneer
r qr. Spanish Segars PHILLIPS ;respectfully,inform. the Land-Office at St. Augustine, i in I'a ity'ot-t. AtijjnMine, for the ;
0 ;. AU of which will be sold.cheap for Cash. I noricJa begslea'vo In inform : I -- .
the
S '
of
on -the l-ubIiJ. '
: -i '. 0 young Gentlemen under 8 years Jondal, 3d iustant. as snail nut have generally.that be is now : TilE! .
ready
I. L. to
I LYON ef age that she will ber been offered at the receive .
school
.date''of
0 : I.B.2A..J83. rt open on the first tho reee pr of this 6ygoqd- con i nmcnt, either fur FLOKIDA HERALD "
: 35tf. day of.March next at ber notice 'said public or ,
\ 1 ; residence solely for : office li deferred until iind will pXivate! sale. He will also a'tend AND

SS/;: Boys,-and that they will be instructed OrthogrnphyRradinf ,commence. < on )lond ,- fourth day of March in any;;part of the City. His long to PublIc Sales' SOUTIIERNDE3IOCRAT. ;'

0 .5 IN THE COUNTY Writing, Arithmetic Gram next ** UuNinxor fcusiness. experience in f 5- : IS PCBLISHED >i
CO. -&.JoAaj focupwards of
f ". .! In the matter of the Estatt tI:1: Notice County of < mar and Geography. Terms $5 per quarter. Also, that the, public sale of lands&,( rdcred to be hoWs ,,ill n1blo him to give thirtyfyears: : EVERY' THURSDAY, '!
? S O The '' News" be held general .
4 d. Rafael Andrew dee. S will be pleased to give the at the sarro place on .Monday the tion. \ 0 0 5 BT
17th r .
t I I J t discbarre. above four insertions, and tend the bill injl., is deferred until His 5 0 34MEs: :
,
.PUN R. ANDR W. one of the for pay- and will com reViIar Auction Sales rn. aoux
lence.en.
Tern \\"ilftake
'I'l I : oJ : I ment to Mr.G. L- PHILLIPS Monday tbe place .
0
eighteenLft every
"tu mentary Executor of the day of March rJext. Friday ifyfair S I\ .
Estate : weather i if
of
Rafael-% St.:Ansnsane ; not, jhe hex fair AT : ,. 1. ; .
S Feb. day.
20
Andrew JS\J9. particular description will hereafJr 'Goods .intended FIVE -
0.n. haYiOlldjulted the accounts with :be give for.Auction' mu DOLLARS PER ANNUM :
J en of the t.be sent in ,
,
the heirs and tracts and before the Sale '
of said
S assigns estate hereby gives townships, the said which ., 1..1.: 'LYON.Su J"ATAB1E hALF TEABiT
0 ." otice, that immediately: after the expiration 0 4 FOR SALE will be deferred until the fourth of Slairch \ .0 15. ADTASCJt I
next
of '
'
: .AllcliDlIUf' ,
S "six months from tbe date hereof hawillspply FOR TilE TERM OF TWO YEARS. pursuant to thi'notic,. S _: : |>."' Augustine.Jan. 28. 1839.-' 35 5 ADVERTISEMENTS I B .1 j
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te the Hon. the of Given under my hand at the inserted at One Dol
Ibe
j Judge Court of St.:Johns HOUSE now Williams CUy of Washin"-
*
occupied by & lar
0 '.0' County for a full and final settlement of his THE: as a hop,on Charlotte Street, near '5 ton, thIS fiAh day of December '183"By 'If"i \ JVOTICE.' 0 0 per square, for the first insertion, tad

accounts with said Estate, aid fer his discharge he Wharf, and the Oyster House connected thcT 3J. V.\N. BrREN. Mk: tORGE I. tHI Llps and 'JAMES fii- Fifty Cents for each subsequent 000.

I j at each Execator.IlIJAujuitiae therewith. Enquire of WILLIAMS & CLARII President : GOULD, Esquires, are appointed Longer advertisements in proportion and

,.Jtn 2, at! the home, or of V. $AfCBU. JAMES WHITCOXB; 0 agents absence.to transact. all I necessary business dnrin my DO One will bo considered less thai a ..i

0 \ 0 C .nilliJIeJ'. !.tAi GciseralLa* Office.S my S Bee, 28, J3i. \ 0 v., .. .COILD.l .,.:
; : advertiie. by tEe year


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Creation Date: March 7, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-
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:1" BY JAJ1ES JT1Y GOULD. ., -: : '

l.''' St. Augustine, Thursday, Marcher, 1839. l 1 NEW SEflIES-.VoL. : : [

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PROSPECTUS, OF THE Is : 1 I I --' .
procured 5 1
as =
frequently'the .
case, as abasis "
; only By .1VTHORIT\\ ON TilE HEANINU'S'OF 5 "
for
FLORIDA lIE the WORDS-No -
RILD operatioos.of. stock-jobber and 2. 'Curiora QPplicatiorr t"
specula ; .
10' -1 the '
be Q '
li Every
ASD' BOUTIlEaN DEMOCRAT.Aa ators. body must aware that the same word New YOlK I
i We have I. has sometimes several significations AssemMj on Monday, a petition .
and that .
adopted ;
the motto and
:J our Title Page indicates we enter anewstage Principle the words at the from J. S rnmond, praying for .
upon People.' In our endeavor to con form to it-in the present day are.often Used in a.dif- a divorce. '. r
iu
editorial I
oar career., Hitherto we adherencE ferent acute from that which had was under consideration. It
they
we have sought to a few cen appear that ; .
} have Principleaud the'
4-. sought contribute our mite In the promotion support we have'giveb ioNlhe cause of the Peo tunes ago, or even in the time of our fathers. the marriage sought to be annulled took .
of '
t. such objectsjai were calculated to advance Die have This necessarily arises from the place legally, :
we encountered threatening difficulties. great change a number wf years since, but .,> ;
,' 't Territory in population and prosperity, and that.are constantly taking that the ,;
If Many wrongs have wesufTeredintheencouuter* place ineociely; new lady has uniformly, and from tbe :
we 1 : :
bsT.failedtoaccomplishallwecould have but these and more we will endure inventions and pew ideas eiber : require .new first moment of the i :
desired for tbe public rood, it has not been (or .. rim causv of Truth j, 'An patiently 'in words to express them, or reader j($ necessary to assume tbe duties connexion, refused .'0' :- .. ; .- .* "- .'. f J
if auemp.howevor jt of
fi nife
2' She
,waul of an honest stud nxiout. solicitude upon. must, bo ctatQj. is still making topat'us amen use old words in new senses: Owing to the rapIdity ; refuses to I -tr. J _'
-
.r part}e justice td oar give ny reason (save !
obligations. '
t1. unsjaaocbable
; and why I because we hate dared. to be with which a population of a mixed character -! rew u '
With succeisive periods of prosperity and re and have abandoned the'People. DSow impartial: after, is, pouring Pinto the United States of riortb pugnance) for the refusal, although she ac \j :
Y uetbe Territory has been gradually advancing Mow America, find that words knotvl. sea that II r
lus hen levelled at us ; bat thus far we new are in the process every thing which would '
n ita resources and population until, it now eVl.'I without aai.'beher we ate still to fall before By-i-;;; President of the United State* of of formation because.they are wanted ; and be supposed necessary to make a home de- .

dently approaches a maturity that will oblige it he our will depend the we find also; that'the English language in that sirable! 'nl possseised by Mr. S. la this i. I

ere long to assume the responsibilities. of' au, in People-the people whose cause we have upon em. 4h ea. country is occasionally borrowing word (rom ayitenoos dilemma tbe petioner aski. for I 'J i'

dependent government.in Already the prepar- barked the people who' will protect us because A rROCL MATION. the language of the new come,. (Thus, for instance divorce and petition h concurred in 5. \\ '._ : T.j f
for by the
tory steps are progress otiradmissiqn into they know we are voted their Whereas : in some parts the word plunder is vulgarly' herself ''f' '
to lady .
the
intercM convention ,
the Union of the States, and it is tnauifesi from 'From t.i a bettveeu the GOT used to fagagt lady'. father, and m1D1.1 .
the been
minions signify having introduced Jt
wealth and |I- i we uf the United the neighbors of both. .
ex ernment
indications of
thatat America
distant I
present no day Flori '
the
t.te German settlers. A .
i pect nd aid ; their like their by mauwlie'iijusi arriving ,
da-must take herp1a .u a outrbution. purposes' and the Government of the The Corrmitue ta whom '.1
aovereign.party hac in the.D much of Republic of at his place of di.tination'may"chance to tbe petitioa'! wn .
the Federal compact With this appL xlma lion calculation to be tou the aelf.IUes of and Texas, termiuato the reclamations of hear himself spoken of in the following'terms : .referred' bar been put in possession of I I

to a change in our pobticalrelations arises new* PeiflSfPrai. auracted.Q support, a the former Government for the capture, i Air. D.is just come with his pl Dder' We letter from the lady, partly. in prose and .

the duties Press and;responsibilities and we halten'to to place the People ourselvef and to We Will support hu'J VAIC Uuncx, He i is anorthern seizure, and detention of the brigs, Pock do not mean that it should be. inferred from this partly inverse, to a gentleman in Albany j : .'J.

". share.of tben iu aposition man-but his nighest praire is-thai he et, and Uurango, end for injuries suffered : that the Enrlbhlangu.e' u much corrupted in city, which thtf. Commute* think unravels .
to discharge our with
that
is. the PREJIDMT OFA; UNITED Pjcd'rLR. Hi by American. citizens on board the Pocket the United Statescnthecontrrywe be.ieve it tb..ID.t"r1Iy dIl I l the fact j' r-
earnestness which tbe exigency d mand.. While \ g that her '
principles a ,such as the South can"and dots was and is spoken with greater purity by a prportionallyin Her bean ha..been ,:
the
signed
therefore, we shall not relax in our efforts to-ad- ap- cCntudol at 10ultoo. larger number in that country than Great Bri- m. possession of said .
vance uael l cst interests of ibis'-section of country proce Ilfs ou the day of ..\pri !i.. .year tain. But still such'changes aawehave gentleman as it mm I'. | :; ;
<\ generoui&sou'L is a'ludedto ,
,and the prosperity of tie city of.our,abode, Out spread*itself abroad not& lit at' home .'- of,'bur Lord on hundred are taking'plaee there with wore rapidity than It will be r cojlecte,| that a somewhat i ,;, /.1' ;.,
]
we feel1' ourselves called upon to take our humble Andfeetsforcverynengscrof' the laiid public' and thirty eight which ConTention word among ourselves.. milar ease bcure'our Legislature at it. last I" :
'\ part in the dUremination ofthose principles for word follows One of the session. The'wife ,
1 thinkrtn : Whatever may b'etide-we like bis principlesand a : principal divisions o'grammar is in this case wa the pet itiouer. i- .
which will u our own circ mstan* are his Convention between the Government etymology.by which term is meant the and it ,
be best calculated to the friend and bur friendtjiip i.i not bf classify was the husband who was I /
test promote common be withdrawn vJun hit' ole the United States of America ing of.words 'resemble! one another in the incorri !
happiness of our people, and t ender Onr t prospects are sloomy and aud the Govern il.J.-though he. had Dot even the :
nexatbn to the, Union, serviceable to the'eause an of replaced rAm the chaneet Groin A favor.- .We'profess S m cut of the Republic of Texas, to termt- mode i in which they are written and in the general excuse of a prior attachment. The divorce '. 1 I

popular Government. With this view we have to be disinterested about cury ting tut ourpl"pl. nato the rsclamatiou s of the former Govefnment ireanings also assigned "to them.The Term was granted.-flg/f. Chronicle.: : I
etymology includes the of e.tai'ors -
tracing: thaT dif
deemed it proper to unfurl at pare the banner of ,\ for the capture, seizure, and detcn- ferent : :
significations ota word.
,
; political fauh.ind to announce the all who feel interest in the prosperity tion'of the brigs Pocket and a d/bowing'lo\v .A'ltcdut.rhe .
our
principles and from another." Encouraging illustrious! I
and advancement of one proceed latter divis I
our, and in tho D'lrnnrOI : This .
and objects we.shall seek to attain.- of country, (or by ion of the subject is of Admiral Jertu ie| hero of St. Viueeot. 5 I.
cause Equal Kiglitt, to tar oijf columns with iojule. sufer"d OD one great extent;and often who ,
We hill advocate: .he Rcpull'iean Principles Ibeic. of great difficulty ;'and though not;well adapted rose to the filet rank in the British IBTr. \/ t.

as illustrated iu the adrainutration of THOMAS .are niakihj enlarge,, and Alc e La IJranche, Charge dAfTairs of I either for the'amusement or instruction of all and to the peerage, a< Earl of fj|'. Vinft.l .

S JcrrxiuoH ; and iu doing this we devote--our; other"ie improve arrngetent.o our sheet which we hope we the United State America near the Republic classes of readers.yet it is still highly curious! and has'left on record on Jor hi* on' n hand a I*.., .

selves with all zeal,to the support acdinainte, shall be able to do at an early day. r of Texas.acting behalf of the said interesting to. man I'. The history of sohie words son full of iiMtruciiou and promise for I
nance of tbe RIGHTS or THE Pxoruc. Believing would .mush more amusing than the lives tbe .
.ot
that the rights of the States,. and ,the inter AT CHAMUtUS United States' of America, aud R. 'A. IriQ. half) the people included in our common ::. young midshipman, or any other youth of .!. '.

esls auc. permanency of the Union, mayjbe best tIi0v' c. Secretary of 3io of the ltp'lllc of pines. j ,- limited pecuniary means aud of hoaorablo /
I'
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promoted by a scrupulous adherence to.the letter THO3; who may Claims desire to obtain iuroml. as, nctiug on behalf of Republic, Thus.to take a few' familiar instances uf the 'ambition. His (father he writes set bias afloat i \.

of the Constitution, we shall ever insist upon a. and 1613, respecting the for Losses in 1812 have agreed to the following articivs. changes which words have undergone, we all in the navy, with an outfit of 20 poundsa '.

strict interpretation of that inslriment ; and slid those who jiovr wish course to obtain of investigation } ART. 1. The Government of the Repuft know pretty well what is now meant by a knave ; laced hat. a sw.rd, R coat fiat fit.eJ I I I: .

while wt shall aid in resisting tho exercise by the ( the examination' may of \Witnesses COllmissioJsor lie of /Teus, with a view to satisfy tbe a- but tins word formerly signified a.servant, or him like a sask, being made large for bim. .

Federal Government of any power dot express fully requested t<> apply bat ween the are hours respect of 12 foresuid reclamations for the.capture, seizure person inferior condition, who'waited' on a to grow up to it. who 20 pounds Wing ex. ,j '.
ly delegated, as dangerous to the rights of tbeStates superior. In our translation of the Bible the I.
of aud. in the day during absence of the Judge and confiscation of the two Ylel. a. expended be contracted a debt for 20 '
freedom the more
and People W4 shall be words'cunning workman" '.' ,killCulworkman" \ I
signify
I to discountenance SoperiorCouit: to te Cleik of the CommU forcmentioaed, as well B fur the i iudcmuity (or which be drew upon his father, for which 1 .' "
equally infractions but the word
I prompt by .oo, at the r idenco. in St. Au to citizens who have ; cunning has now a different he drew his father ,
Judge Airiericiu
I the States, of tlje constitutional authority of the gustine. suffered in meaning. Whose fault it is that these two upon and the draft Wlil .1 !

United Stales. dangerous to tbe preservation juries from the said Government of Tex., words have changed their liJOIticlliion-whether disbonbred., Whereupon the young hero left .H: I' /\. I'
! of the Union, Wale the Federal and.StaiAnnv.J.mimi The lame facilities will_ be afforded for the ex jfr.hj.tfliccrs.jDLlkesJuelf..toj"""ii --*..-p--i'4, ---.-.- .1___.-.--1 .r."' .L' .... Hi__,- V i i li;>__.'_ iinii -.- .. .... jt :
v
>9
! eraments are c&nfiafidlo* thiir appropriate tiau given as if the Judge>rvmT7IC Ftme iaJbrUliI;'[ of elavcn-thaujaiid seven hui.il.cd all fifty not ventnro to, (Iecits. ; made bis sec'ud pair of IrowuN- -1 i' Vnith .
-
I, spheres, we have noilmlgtapprehend., Nei- ent were personally pre i doIlais11,7iO! ,) totho Uoveiuineut .oftho I It klioiild retiurkcd that out langnnge at .bis owu hands, out of the ticking of his ', .r J

ther Can depart Iroiuiue boundaries presented I X'ommis'ioncrs acting under the I United States uf America, to be distributed | present containi, in many iuatnnces, two Ie's of hammock : saved enough thus to take 1.

I their action without jeopardy to the lilx-ities+ of the Judge will return tho Jepositionn. appointment taken amongst 'ho clairraut* by the aid Govern- 1 words which signify the uUJe. thin:.. Such (be debt. and "ever since then' he said with up ; i:. '
by \ .
and safety ottho' People; words as velocity effeminate timid, executed, differ : ; : J,
them to the Clerk of the C during thu I went uf the United States America. emphasis"Inevcrlive4beyoudmyn-i.ans.'* I '
In yindtc tiDh.rights of the States against lluitiO respectively very little in meaning from the wordssitsmess II ; I
absence'of llie J .1\ ART.. 2. Thl sum of thousand lie neyer afterward. could tolerate officer'a '
Federal encroachments we shall be-doing service ud.c. \ efee'l coven womanish ftarful and! done. The an 'I
to the cause of SouTHKRvRioH-s. Far be TnlUha The Judge him to St. Joeplu and .huudrud and fifty .dular ((11,750.) a- words 6f the forner! class of Latin origin, and etting in (debt saying, they bad much '. \

S it from us to.eheri.h .unnecessarily a. feeling of sub!see itted those and Claims'for lie Losses "hic hive ., greed on iu the first artce be paid in have (or the most part been introduced into our better live ou rations. I ,

I ecal distinction; but the signs of the tim admonish ben that be; wi occupy .everj mo- :I golU wr silver, with Ittereit at six per 'ceul. language either directly from the Latin, or.(rom '
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us that the South .must have respect to cuttin n and e"n spared tli.it purpose in de- ,> one year after the exchatlgo of the rajifica- the French and the Italian. ,We have received ?Clrtullue Koliinrim Iran., Diego fkltrrlie :.- \ ;'

ktrtdf that she mar be respected ilaevr btre.- i The: font.rding'lio to Washington.-/ lions of this couvcutiuii. The said a large addition to such words'within the last was_wrecked upon the shoals: on the north of / I r

I Identified in interest and positioiiFlorida \ut 1 Claim..Secretary's of iI2atI! on the following l.o Inae'M'! the seat of GoTerument payment century ;,and we are'still receiving them rather the bar of B.ihia. Part of the crew were lust \ } / f' .;
share ,the destiny and abide the fort one of her j rur "!H ,' 1813..III been sbul 'faster than they are wan'ed.'urd.. of the second others escaped thi dratb to suffer one morn '
I neighbor republics., We shill th nrorcreg1rd leceived liy tie JndgQ. Clalnltt, or their At ( the Republic of Texas, into the bauds ofsuch.person class belong to tbe'real substance. pur language dreadful ; the natives seized and eat theui. Die. ; I :r ,
torueys
. I desiringanrormation a'Jo.t ei" Claims, as shall be July authorised by and be called words of Saxon go saw there was no other powiMe chance
it as a paramount duty to give odr zealous and : may origin-: ef !
1.. e'recialaid, such as it may be, in defence. of the can obtain 1 by culring ,t the residence, I I: tho Government of/the United Statta of A. it is this-part of our language which,resembles : saving his life. than !1'1 making himself as mistrial| S ,:

rights of the Scorn, from.whatever te'r..thcy' between. '' ._..' hour, .. of..12*and... 3. ,. JI._ JI \vhel il ;.uierica .receive the same. so closely e Dutch; the Herman"and some othef possible to these cannibals lie therefor x.tried J ![ '
{invaded ends bytliIle lurUhllCQ.uy I P I r'"ti tOWIiiI'' : ART. 'J. The to the himself In'recoverine thinis ,.from ii-_ < .
may be or ngeYed. ; siorT. j. : present convention shall be European languages tuat-belong : one ana -- '- ; .
W.,are opposed to th) horrid heresy'of ABO'LiTiomssK Executors? V- 'f[:ratified. and tbe ratifications' theieof shall be same family. S wreck,and by the.9 exertionb succeeded ia ccn- ': I
In all its shades and l.Tbe 001 UdrQlo dQC atroy As specimen of unmixed eili tip: their favor Amoiig other things he
I degrees weshalf I Ferrerrr'COMimiU-d. !."xchained Hftho city 'of Washington, in the a our pure language, was I
I denounce it. Under whatever veil it may teek we can find none better than the received versionof fortunate enough to get on shore som barrel. ofpoivder .
io hide its hideous deformitj', we shall endeavor. .2 The I lfir cC1ohn'\telce.recoma, teJ .Space of three moutbs from:tbii date; or the' Bible. which-for-simplicity-force; and and a musket which he put in order at l. '

I to discover and expose it. ft is a subject we shall 3. CII! ft Philip Vonge.Jdisillowed.! # sooner if j"sbibla.Iui < clearness, is hardly.equalled by' any other composition his first leisure alter his toasters were returned '
of II
never treat in measured terms, and.especia1ly is .4.CI.11 James,Fulany, dMalloweJ.\ ') faith _whereof, the. parties above nam._ in the English tongue.: The Lord's prayer to their village ; and one day,when the.opporto.. 'c

it one upon wichthe) SOOTH CES Paces dare not ed.5, Cte of Alargaritta* .Bevis :JutarJ, reject' ed havo.icipeciively subscribed these anj is a perfect example-of genuine Cnglish ;' it contains nity was f.ivorahleJirougtit I down a bird before \/ .." I I

be indifferent tender. Wi -. / and few words of Latin If is altogether them. The WODJen nd.chileren shouted .
or say to our noEth rn. Ca'im'of :- clt's"" thereto aflixed their seals. .-, very origin' Cara-. .
brethren, if one sentirnen,of veneration for our I )Claim nfAndresTncolti Peter rcjpo11. disapproTed. '. ." 1) Me at the air .oC Huustou on the 'do. composed of pure Saxon terms ; and for mum."!. Caramurii which"signified .! a minot I '.5-

I past and common history remains tu iuspire'y on, 8. Eslataof Alattfa Tons .dislowed. vent),? day tif l the month of April, one thousaud this 'reason- alooe independent of hs. internal fire and they cried out that be would'destroy .
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I if you have inherited one spark of that good felt, 9. Claim of eight hundred and tliirtv eight. excellence, ityould merit our peculiar attention, them ; biif he give to understand to the men. ., I \
which united Jull Andrea disapproved.- who e' autohifthinent had less of fear I
the
i "lewship, once our fathers, as showing genuine beinty-and'slmplicity of minded
if'you i ii '
10, Executiix of the Estate of r: [L.S.-] ALCEF.LA'BRANCHE.IL.8. -I
Ueniict
: with it, ihjt he with them
hare respect for the noble' Constitution or our Scgiii our ancient Saxon tonne. would go t'rwar'and I
i approved. : .] R. 'A. lltlOlId .' kill their ..' Cararnuruwa, ;
Government and hold not lightly! the bl-ssings! The wrttiDgi'bf Jlohneon 'may he considered ,eneml the. name 1i

i of that Union to which we have been taught" to 11 Clim'ot. 8ar4hco?ta. Adu/x of the etateof ..\ : 11erca. the laid -Cunvendon' hi.beel' as a specimen ot Latinized English which,' whjrli from tleneet'rtliliea. LIIOW by. They _' i!

look as the best safeguard to the liberties of all 12. CtaeofJohn;recommitted.Atkiuton duly ratified oil both add 'the though sometimes sounding and forcible, is more marched amwt. the Tapiiyna;, the fame of ih-s ...
its ,recommitted. parts bombastic unmeaning, and dis.ipree- dreadful er>gine.Went before them, and il-e TapiiTasfled. 5 I
parts. we implore you to.renpuoce your mad Kutato'of of frequently : I :
13. CanovH respectiv.raisGcatious the
endeavors. The South can never allow.an.i: irolo ,'rccOmiuitted. samc were exchanged able to'all who relish simplicity;either in manner From a--clave C ramurti.bec;rrre a ; i .5
terference with her; domestic institutions. \t iio 14.: EI.1e of Koque Leopardi, not approved.; at'Washington, on the,sixth_ day'of or in language. As a 'general utile, it my be (! sovereign .Thn chiefs of. the sarapra thought "I .. \ 'it

+f; sacrifice can she Mifler the violation of rights 18- 15. Claim of/Pouy.Primas, recommitted. July, (thousand ci,;ht hundred aud thirty safely affirmed thilt,ollr b tjwriters;.f y wbjch "ienHelvesJjnpl'y if he wbul"iiacccpt thtir daughters '. ;f, : r
16. Claim of Peter !
Tropetdisallowed.J7. eight by Jobu Forsytb, (' State loth in andin t to be his wive The find his abode
.7" cured to her by constitutional sanction. We Secretary 0 terra we mean the best matl'r. lun IIpf'n.the ;
Cstate "
stani entrenched upon oo1rriht. and no force 18. Claim of of John James Triay Arnau, net disallowed.approved.. : of 'the "UniteJ States aod Fairfax. Cadet, gtl.azprefcr words of Saxon origin ; while I *p'otiicreVilt.i Vell.a was afierwurl- erecttd' i .

which does not annihilate ns, can succeed in 19. Estate of Christopher -" Charge,d'AOairs'Qf the Republic of 'l' 1BIrcreditC'd'to those who pretend to more knowledge than tltey 1,.I"' >d aw tt nQ uer.II".3 rr ftny as air'oM ratri- : :

; bringing ns to submit to anv intermeddling '20. Cstate of John Ponce Lpeznit approved. the Government uf the United pos'ess, sic fond of dressing the littleneis"of their 'carrh's'n"l0; rOllrd |111In. The ttst familiss! in j 'I
/| the policy of our local governments. We regard dit 1o\ed. States tho of thoughts ia tbe most gaudy attire tty can find. t f Bahia truce thei'.rgm; to n. Sovlh'. II 1ury. 5i !
21. Estate of Alberto Rogero on part their respective GUY 1 ; J I
,
avery. u it exists among ui, to be a. moral and diml Even the menders of shoes have canglitihe infection u\! cf'[n:". J I
i political good-in harmony with the nature of 22 Claim. ,of Cutalina- Lopez. of Andrea cruiucntj.. : : and instead o f the. plain old announce-.1. .' .} :
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man in his present state-sanctioned bjr the universal Lopez diullo\o. NOW, TiKKtVOKE BE IT KSUIV5 THAT 1, ment of shoe* mended here," we are" now freqneutly CUTlj.gal Pastimes. .Weh"ard of an old Blue : "'I.

practice of nations in some or other of its 24.23. Estate of Jane Henry A I ally, recotnuiittcd. MAKTI.-C VAX UURE, President of the Uui told that repairs ale executed ; "while fend cf a' fellow! who arjoyd infinite upon in : .-.'. ..f ,

.h.pee-aDd justified by the precepts of Holy 25.'Claim of Sanchez, recoul'free liucd. ,ted tatcs/hiive caused the said C viventionto ptrhaps at the next door we may learn tint...In- tickling his wife lo d-ath. in which manner he $ f.

Wnt. These are par opinions ; if you difler, ) Charcs.. (a .black' be ""made pul-lic to the cod that thc'same neralaareperformed." made avmy with al! out as jtr"at a number as thatnotaU'c :r ;.. i ,
man _
rest in the peace which your own exemption from and clause It is 'of more.importance than at first fight it personage himself A gentleman in the ; t i I
hi. imagined sin rilllietdjou,, and leave as 2G. Claim Gabriel Priest'; recommitted. every anti article thereof miy be may a appear, that our children should be well upper part of this city though net with ta.llm. J. I .
this 27. Claim of the Adu/ts of,the of Francisco observed aud fulfilled,nith good faith by the dnbohcnlantlJf, thought In line IUU 5 -. ,
on subject to ourselves. And further, we r"lrte trained to use and understand the Saxon part of a .mo..-. i #
hesitate not to say to those of the north who entertain P. Fatio Senior, rccommited. i Unircd Stales aud the citizens thereof.In our 1:mguage ; for.tho-gh it is true that we now men at the Ripnnse'nf his lady, arvl.,' p.ope.ed. : : .

J, and would encourage sentiments 'a. 28. Adui>s of the Ltato George Fleming' witnesi whereof, 1 have hereunto set po j'nnmcrons Latinized words which are to give her e'egotfik! dress.if the would hold- '- ; .

injurious to our rights and interests, come not a.moog recdmuuttetl. .my hanJ'aud caused the seal of the United both useful and indispensable is also trae'that her fincsr ten minutes in a mixture' 'of salt and .. '. I \
Clartnof
UL'e will not harbor traitors in our 2.. Juan Leonard!, recommitted. States to be affixed.Dime a great number of our words which come from j I snow The offer was readi'y' itfttfioA.. und the } ., !

I' borders. You can bring with you no equivalent Claim of Suxan FoIlis.-AdmV of the Estate .at the City Waibington this sixth the Latin or French do not convey ideas so clear 1 experiment commenced. It in cold," raid the'c; : ; h
of Arbina Fallis and Levin '
to countervail the evil of Gutibyrccomtnitled. the of i lady. "ake jt..nt then said the Itul-and. .. 1
good your opinions. of in and pieci as genuine word. : our lan ::
day July, tbe ,
of
our '
We the year ." Uut the dress T" Ah. wil! lose ir .
are opposed to r"ul'-or Jloxorottv, guage. In composing books, then, for young yrn raid ,f" -
It-ia 31. Claim otSuaan' FoUIs, Adra'i of Arbina"Fallis.disillowed. 1( Lord HIlt thousand eight hundred the husband ".I must have lt"said the .
the-grest '
enemy Democracy, Looki g. L' s*1 children of all .clea. but more particularly lady, }
to the gtcnlood as the only criterion of what.1 and thirty.eigTft; and of the lodeS those of the poorer class;itiiof g importance r and she persevered most heroically till fhe ten ," 1 .

I is 'proper, we shall oppose tho grant of any ex- 'I I 32. CI.im of Prudence Plummer rcinmniiitedjGSiClairq pcndciico of the United States the to avoid Latinized words as-much m pos.ibe.| I' minutes expired when, ,'on.wiiltdiawinr' her fin .J <,

elusive privileges not manifestly required by the of Susan*Muphy.Adui'zof James >: sixty third.M. ? Whcnthev hive made -ome trogrersin understanding ger it might ha.e been us irilj broken off as :: ': r .

public necessity .and advantage. The passing Cashen disU wed. : 'V VAN BUREN. the meanings of the axon words they any finger oh the hands cf Lot's wife.bern,eorr ., I ,
events of the 34. Claim of Peter ..Scgui Adm'r of John So t r husband bad the .
day show how immense p Jwer i.j j "" By the President 1.inay read.ceoks.. which Latinized words ate petelyfrozen.an4the double! or.. [
'
exercised.by corporations. They are weanons gni ,lowed._ / : : used whenever they are found necessary, winch, : aniusement of psyini, a round bill to hIs doctoi. ; : ; '
in the hands of the Power 3.Claim.rohn "hlonapproved. JOHN FORSY.TII. venture will often This ins'ancs of perseverance is excelled onKby'" ; :
Money capable of be- we to say, not be the ca--e. ( r.
jag wielded with dreadful effect, in its warfare : Laza Claim. approved I '. "Secretary of Slate., 1 In our nexttrrumber we-shall.commence the I that of the lady who threatened did if her foe. ., '' ;
with the P ;Clam'of tho Adm'rs of J os. Flojd, npproved band refused her rrqnesl to a'trnd en'rr'ain "
/Ywfaixj ItJU So far as they ate clvsification of |tbe Saxon "nouns of our lan an ,
*'
convenient and useful,they sbo'uld' be allowed, guage. rnent and on rit* refusal actually- carried her l i j
.
S- but with such checks andl guards, that they can 38. Claim pf? John Winga'te approved. -*. | A'German journal aunbunces young' autboress I threat i ir'o exerutton :1|bcth abundantly provirt- .. ;. .' .

- I never be converted fr< m institutions for'pubtic 39.-Estate of Jose Pedro de Burgos,approved. called Haroness de Clok ckrakortoc- I AhearirokenDg--.A little dog an in- the tm'hot the o'd couplet concerning. women, ":" ._ :

accommodation,, into instruments of individual ) 40..Chini Philip Weedmaii, Srapproreh| tao Pickalkrenecu. her norks as haditant of Hull, )flngland, recently rom tht ', 5 -
are .. ., .
) accraD izemeDt. They are designed be 41." of hrgmtt'.l\costa.: recommit, When she will she wilJ you may depend ont. \\ :
tutfit ted. crooked as her name, people will vranua : mined suicide' by drowning itself in the r' _

chests, BOttolkefeie,bat to tkt who ecmmtinitj cluster at around large the and money when'* I .42. Estate'of Sarah Petty,-disallowed.., | double set.of jaws to 'Tend them. Wo is'comtnendthetnto lJ mber. Hisdogibip received a slight kick: When, r'n(she I on'won't t." she. won't-and. there's' an. t ->,_'-. ..
; .
*. ,
Without interest. tbe.attenliou of tbe from bis' manor for some infringement ef r !
4Than .
they cease to subserve this purpose their exist-! "Zig'f "- Transcript. -" -" V .'

: ,., sacs becomes alake'pernicious to the public in, -- zag Society."-Boston Tints. f good' breading .which hart' bis' feelings so; Two inntercstinc discoveries are said to be '. '
.
; much that he trotted th 'rher and c
; forests, rod tneonsistent.with republican principles. i city. IIcl. to/ '
r- made .ia Tetas-ope it a .ery.r.mukahJo

:. .'TIlL Undersigned re.pectClli, .friendly intimation....The boarders at with great' deliberation walked i id ; thus ia I. spring! of .salt water .at 'he Mustang Prairie. ; -

1 We shall give much bf onr attention to the A I informs his friends amid the public a taverTi in G3.ria were aonejed by flies; the prime of lif' putting a period ;to his exiitence. It it surrounded by a dense forfsr,,, The '. ,
What sensitive little rascal !
subject IKTEBJAL iMpRoricMKirT in Florida. generally, that he has leased the butter. a
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