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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: March 14, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'. ......(.. ,r St. Augustine. Thursday! !March 14, 1839. i .'SEW S> ; .": .
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ft... PROSPECTUS OF THE procured as is -- .. ; .' ; I I'I
frequently the -'I\
: FLORIDA J/JEl&fJCJ for the operations of stock case, Ii' abasls only BYLAWS ..flJTIJORIT1.. From North Blenheim iBilboa *" f- ., ,
via.
obben if
. r '. AltO 80OTatK DEMOCBAT.As and' speculalatori. Prunitfe to Clounille. [ and hollow From Leroy,via Granvilfe, and Leonard's ; : ; -4 Y' t'
We have to Springfield .
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our Title Page indicates adopted the motto PrixripJa**d fa r'N From Granville four corners to : i ii '
,we enter upon a Peop le. In 1z Middle and From Sweden, via 1.
our endeavor Uljssas, to Harrison
s .- Dew.tag,1n oar editorial career. Hitherto we adherence to conform to it-in the + West GranviHe; valley. <.# f
;Q ourmite have sought to and 01iw fy I !
Principle
have contribute the v
sought inthep'rom()- From Schenectady, Via Rotterdam ;\ .
we the From t
support have given the WrightsviHf, via Yoholi .
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lion of such objects were calculated 10 cause of the Peo- Graham- t ,
to advance church in f the V
ole Princeton
centre
we have and Ma- { .
encountered ville and McCalts' f
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; ur Territory in population and prosperity d threatening difficulties. ,.io Bramao's ferry, to Peach bottom. '.V

1\- :'"t-:' f we have failed accomplish! all we could have lilaoyvrrongs6arewesufteredintheeowuokt these ; Fsom corners. From Hart's: roads, by Unes's mills,. !

'" : desired for the public good, ifhas'not been for the and more we will pationtly endure in Flushing to Manbauitj to Couneautville.. :'; 1 _'
:. ;\ want of an honest and anxious solicitude causM of Truth. An attempt however 'it From' roughkepsie., via Crum Elbow, From Blakcly to '. '- < 1;
? Thompsooj-Susqueb
upon ,mnt be stated, is still Pleatant ._ .
do making to put as dorm plains Clinton hollow Sholtz'astore -; .
our justice:to our obligations. ;
J p.utto ; ; :
;. .., V<" With successive periods of prosperity and re* and and why have T becatire. we bate dared to impartial; netl'hOo.CL'oioavJ".. ," r ....--fV\;a cu)-U AlromBotiert via Prospect abel Porten. .' V .' V :::"
, not abandoned
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the FtfU. Ulowr vile, J
verse.the Territory>> baal-eenlratf..aUl.dnnciDI _;after l to Newcastle.!
} blowJiaben latdlod_ at_ t' ""bns farwithout From Castile .ia j
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; o its teauuurcga and population anal it now;ClYI' iJT PortageTiHa and Mix- i From Mancb Chunk to Nsquehoning. t:
; 1' d.ntr/aj>procli aiuituritythatwill| oj Jigs tt struiM Yttthrwearestrlltofall before vile, to Hume. From Maucb Chunk i : i
M oleos enemies
will depend the ur THE 05ITED $STaTKS: I to Stroneliburg. "
:- eni J Jong to assume the reP noetbitukr of an independent I'eople-the in upon PA9SEU From the store of Cbirlei< F. 'and J. C. 'From Honesdale ; ,
people whose "
cause we have em AT THE 8KCOJID: lESStoX or THE: by Cherry ridge, Par. .,
'" government. Hammond '
r :. Already the barked and Company. vEssex _
die
.' are in progress fur o..rlidmiuioo prepar-Into people who will protect us because TWK.ITI-MrTH CO.XQRZ89. county i dy settlement, Paopock settlement, and East ..;. ... ,
tory Steps via Samuel Murdoch's ; ..
know '
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>t they. we are.devoted to their at Long point to the ; '
true interest: Sterling, to Labor's
the Union of the States, and it is'manifest from From the minions of 1 old fort at Crown post office, Monroe J : ,
f wealth and power wo-er .Be it enacted the point ; then across Lake county. .
present iadtcattonsthatatnodistantdgy Florida aid by Senate and Howe of i '
: must take her place as a sovereign to peel no ; their contribution*, like their purposes Representatives the United Champlain to Chimney point, iq Addwon; From Unity by i
;:<; party have in them too much of Slatt.of-dlM- Petersburg, "Ohio, and : .
selfishness '
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the Fedeial compact With this approximation calculation to be attracted to the and rica, in Congress assembled, Tbat the fol and through! Addtson and Pantoa, to ,Yes Mount Jackson-Pennsylvania, to Newcas r" .." :

. I to a change in our poli <:relations arises new People t Prat. .. support of a lowing be established as post road : genies, Vermont. V l tie. I, M

"V duiie.,and,responsibilities to the People arid'ad 'to We wiu support lIUTIIf BuRt-r.: He is Maine, From Maiden, via ,..Wynkoopaville, to IrTiugtville. From Elkland. Tioga county, to Addison : ,t J
a
batten .r.
,the we to placoollnet" in .
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a
i New York. .
Frewto northern man-but his From Ii ;
hilhesl'praie is that he Unity to Tborupike. \
-
,:) ": : discharge our share or them with that 1
., ,, is the Piix \_ earnestness which: the exigency demands. While EdJinj- store, Clin 1 \ j '
are such as the South t411 sad don enfield springs, to Pike. : ton, and l\lordockuille. -
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"" f '> therefore ire shall not Miax in' pur efforts to 'J- ap io Fair View.

,' R 1. vance the loo.Hotereits of this. section of country prove.f His ton.Fmm Gardiner, via Light's Cornen and From Pine plaint, via Gallatirlffncrara.' From Florence io Washington, : ;

.', and the prosperity of.the city of our abode, But h spread generous itself soul abroad is not o'er cotjimed all the at home .Searsmont, to Belfast. and Copake, to Hillsdale. ]l'. Pennsylvania via Commettsburg and county Fair, ;. {'I'' .

we feel uurselve'i called upon to take our humble public From'Saco From Apgola via Collins View to Welsh ville : _'
And feel for every member of tile land." ,bj Goodwm's Mills, to Al centre, to Columbians county, '
disfemination of those ; .
.. part io tit, principles Whatever betide-we like his' {red. Spnogville. I Obi. "
4
may
which will, as we think;iu ourowiicircnmntance and are his friend, and principles From Acton via. From" ; Aurora, Tia Griffin' 'ailli* \ ,
} '. :' be best calculated to promote tbe commonhappiness our friendship i sitar one corners, Milton Mills and t Abington
*, to be ieitkdraun when hit prospects are gloomy and Union Village, to Middleton Spri gville. : t ...
and
. : of our people, to render our an corner, New .
nat oo to:the Union serviceable to the cause of replaced tchen the-fktncet are in kit furor: We Hampshire;; ( From Clay, Tia Phceait lo Fulton. .From Margareita Furnace to Banger t_ '1. "i p

I'opniarGovernment. With this view we have profess to be disinterested about every thing bate la From Alfred.10 Newfield. From Somers, Via Southeast" and Patter Forge io the'county of York. : ;

' ;; ,, deemed it proper to unfurl at ODte.the banner of pnneiplet.We invite all who ., From Eden to' Bar harbor. sou. to Pawlings. V J \t.". -'.' : v. From Le Roy Post Office, by Calvin W. 1
laith,and to the feel interest i in the"prosperi From Bontkville via Churchill's in ..... : '
our political announce principles ty and advancement of' From 11'aterrileviaClinton, Troy,North PratlV hollow, Green, le. Nathaniel Albin's .'t ..

r and objects we shall seek to attain. cease of Equal Rigktt,to our r.or.our country, columns, and lathe with Uixmoot. and llennon. to Mangor.Fiom Stockbndge Bennett's. .. iornen'to:' Oneida in Troy, to the Post Office in Troy, to the '. _...
?, We .hill l( advocate .kiTKtjHiMuan Principles their aid. Do.er"yia Lower village.: Atkinson castlo. .. ; Post,,Office in Springfield. Bedford couot *-...

IN -**: as illustrated in the adraiii'utmion' of THOMAS We are making arrangements to enlarge< and : -Wiogato'c corner and Milo village, to From' Troy, r'tai Pcestlukilf,, to B'erlio.: From Stevettville. in Pike.'to tbe Post) ; )

JxrrKBsoir ; andiu doing this rve devote 'our, otherwise improve our sheet, which we hope we Killmarnock. From Ellenvill.Yil: : i ,Greeofieldl8otb- Office ke>t by William Warfield iu Orwell J t! ,
.
elves,with all zeal,to tbe support acdmaintenance shall be able to'do wick'a settlement Bradford .
.. Pxortx. at an early day From Fub's Mills (in township number \Vahm' o', settlement, county
J of the RIGHTS or THE Believing f ;
:.. that the rights of the tatex, and the interests AT (our, in the sixth range west from the east and. Miller's settlement! to'Monticello.! : Delaware ,.. ,
-i
,. ane. permanency of the Union'may be bestpromoted CHAMBERS. I8lh Nov.. 1833.. Hue of the State) to Mattawamkeag poio't.rom From: Harpersfield centre,'vie North liar- ''From Smyrna.io : 'I '
Kent -
who r
may desire to obtain informs South to the viU :
THOSE to Worcester county
by a scrupulous adherence to the letter .nectinr Claim. for Lnsnoa in 1S19 ,Bangor, via South Levant, to Stet From : ; \ Isgo of Leipsic.i I # .
:. of tko Constitution, we, shall a son. Lexington to West kill.! _
erennsutupon ;
and 1813, now in the'conrie ri investigation 1'; From Milford_ m._ fS",h.I-- -- ... .
strict interpretation ofk that iuatrnmeui'; an'd'while. 'and those who may wish to obtain Coiumusionj From Marbias to Wastley.. From East Itatdipton .to Amogansett.", passing-through Wiliamsvillo uiu IP niaryland 1. V : '

we shall aid in leslningthe exercise by the for the examination of Witnesses, are From Lewiston fails, at Danville, by the From Clermout via Elizaville anil l Jackson hope ,bridge. Marshy- '

Federal Government of any power not express: fully requested to'apply between the hours respect of 12 river ro Livermore falls. corners to Montrose. i S creek and Newsnarkef.Maryland.Colliu's s cross roads, hunting : t-

ly delegated, as dangerous to the rig his of the ana 2 in the From Norwich in '
day during the absence of the New Chenango j.
Judge Hampshire. comity, by '
of the
dilates and freedom .People, we shall beequally .
to discountenance infractions of the Superior) Couit, to, the Clerk of the Commission From Lancaster via Wbitefield aud Carroll I Smyrna, Earlville, Poolville, East Haiiiil- From Quctnstown.via :
prompt by at the residence of,the ton, North Brookfield aud Centrevilfe. RatbsI
d&e.ioS& Au "
of the constitutional l. to White Mountain. Sangerfiejd cen I
the States, authority of the gustine. I burp, Nine Bridges, Green ?*
United Stales as dangerous to the From Colebrook via Errol Ire, to Water'ille, in Oneida county.) Joro':' b. and )
preservation The same facilities will be afforded for tl sod Letter B, Willow Grove, M Dover, Delaware. *-
.f the Union., While the Federal and State Governments ,.Witnesses., and the e.ex.Imindio Andover, Iaille'. From Epnrata. via Pleasant ..IJe),'to From, \Ianu"pol1 > f '<. V:
informa office via
confined to ,th ir same Nenrkirk's mills, Fulton Sidelingbill "
are appropriate lion i'en'a. if the Judge were From North llaverillvia\VoodvlilelVest county. { creek aud Tuohnell ;

spheres we have nothing apprehend. Nei ent. personally. pres. Bath, Lyman, North Lymau West Littleton From Berne, Waldeovillc lo Gallup From Elktoii to Oldiowu. S 'j .;:. f
to War ,
therein depart from thp boundaries pretrribedt ville. : ick. j t'
I Comlni..iunefl acting under the and L.,,,\Vaterfi-rford, :: _
e their action without jeopardy to tha liberties of the J udS'.will return appointment t From to l'iugrev lle. From 1\1..,.Jcovill to Colas e.' .I-'rCmJ1'IU4uU.* Ann, vUTiml's i .star*. te" -t ". ----4'- '
and .. of the People. the.depoiitostaken by Peterborough, VM Ja6 ey,-t'lfctory''iII. S. hill*lf'r to. i 8l'n;rsct "V'''' <, J
j them From 1
to the Clerk Enfield cciitity.
or the to e"fj.JJ. :1 .
viitJiouinj the : CoinuiiMion during tin \ ;e bud Riuiic.c; ; Wichc-Nlmi.. From Princess w, ,
In against
rights.of.lhejSutAS j Anne "la
J absence or the Judge.The tram East Kingston -
Solon via to V ,
Truxton
shaft From Union Fa> ius
Federal cucroacli.neuu, we be doing set- village via Bruukfield. North > Reboboih. .
takes ,
Judge with him to St. Josephs and I'ompey, and Jamesville '
vice to the came of tiocTHCR: RIGHTS. Far bet Tallahassee those Wolfborough and Watervillage, to Tuftou- to S"acule.
Claims
from us to ,,cherUh unnecessarily a feeling of been submitted, and he will for Losses which hive brough. From Darien centre, via Pembroke, to Jiroinia.From 1.: <_ '_

,* .cat distinction ; but be signs of the times admonish that ean be spared for that occupy every, in moment deciding From Exeter, via East Kicgston, South Alabama. { Chamhlysburg. to.the Big Lick, Boetourt ; S : 3 f"
purpose '
us that the South must have respect to and lIan1l' and From Low ville, Lewis ,Nen ;York county.
New
ton. i
forwarding them to Washing to.... town, to ilavsrbil], county
.. kenelf ihat>he mar be respected elsewhere. The Secretary's decision on the following. Massachusetts. .Daysauville, Bellfort, Indiun river! Diana From Finca,tle to Giles conrt-bouse. _
Identified in interest and position, Florida
and abide the must Claims for Losses of 1812 and 1813 has been From Concord, via Bon, East Dunbar. and Hnrrisville South Edwards St. From Mount Airy to Meadville. .' ,
ahare the destiny fortune of her .. j .
neighbor republics. Weshill therefore regardit leceived by the Judge. Claimant, or their At* ton, and Centre Goffklono, to Pisc«g Lawrence county; From Froadfort to Marion. t V ..

as a paramount duty 4o give our zealous and torneys obtain, desiring information as to their Claims, village. Discontinue as fallout : From Charlotte court house, via Watkiu'sstow '
it ;
especial aid, such as it may be, iu defence 'of the can between the hours by calling at theJud e's residence, From Bedford..via GofTitotvn, Hopkin- From. Hyde Park to StaHfordville, and Wyliesburg, Jeffries's store, and Oak -I
or
12
and 3 .
rights of the doc TH, from whatever quarter they will be (furnished by the Clerk,of P.M.tho: ) ,Commission when' :: ton. Waruorj and New London, to llaoo- Irom'Rhyaebeckto; Clinton vile. ley, to Clarksville. .' .

j' ..p. may be invaded or endangered. ve'. From Lodi (Persia-tout, office) to Collins From Lvnmans, via the (forks of Hughs )

; :, We are opposed to tha horrid heresy of ABOtiTiosu 1. The Executors of Don Bartolo do Castro From Eaton, via Freedom, North Par- l.ttotr ty. river Preble's mills, and Creels mills, to '
r: In all its shades and degrees y :
we shall From Tom's
", Fe rrer, recommitted. sonfield and Limerick, to Hollis, Maine. river ,via Dover furnace, Parkershurg. \ '/
denounce it. Under whatever veil it may seekto I 2. The Heirs of John Lawrence From New.EgypWacobsionq 'andRecklesitown From Belleville via Muses' '' ..
hide its hideous deformity, we' shall endeavorto ,recommitted Kingston, via Brenttvooil, Eppiug, ,. bottom,mouth

discover and expose ih is a subject we shall i. 3.4. Claim Claim of of James Philip It.,Y nge, disallowed. .. Nottingham. Nortb ood. Pittsfield i Barns-, to Bordentowrj. I of Sandy creek, and Ripley. to Poiut Plea ,I" .

never treat in measured terms, and especially i is G. Estate Fulany, di:!allowed4' lead, aud Gilmauton iron works, to Guile; From New Brunswick, by Millstone, ro'' sant.From; 4

., hone upon which the Sours ERIf 1'u.. dare not ed. jllargaritta Dens ailnL1 1a'reiect", (orl: Flemiugton. Morgantown via Dent's mills, and _' I I':' I

be indifferent or tender. We say to our northern fi. Claim of Peter di t From Landau ovor Sugar hill, to Fran From Hacke'ttsvile: to Belriilere.Pennsylvania. David Snider's to Riversville. I : '
: Cercopoli, I ,
brethren, if one sentiment of veneration for our appro\'ed. From New hero via r
+ 7. Claim Andres Pacetli,disallowed. conia. High rock, to Cran .
past and common history remains u* inspire you, 8. ; berry Pains .
Estate of Mattias From rbo
of
Pans centre
recommitted. Washington by East From ilulingshurg' via Michael ..
if you have inherited one spark of that good fellowship Traverse's.
From
which once .united our father, ifyouhave ; 9.10 Claim/of/ John Andrea;diaappr "ed.' Washington:: ,- to the Upper village Hills- Ross's Corbetts. Mills, R. D. Lnwson's I. Plains Floyd court home to Cranberry : .. =.

,w:' for the noble Constitution Executrix the Estate of Bennet Segni. borough. Mills, On's V .
% respect of our tavern, Kiltaniug,' and George i .-
>, 'Government, and lurid not lightly the blt>s.mgs approved.11. Claim of Sarah Acoata ; From Pittsfild by the store of George, Ross's mills, to Lsecbburg.> From Winchester to Parkersborg. alODe. _
; of that Union to'which have been ,Adm'x of the ester Nniter in Banstead' J -I the aorwestera turnpike road. ;
!
.we Durham
3 taught to of John E.T.te, recommitted. ; over bridge, by From Appollo, via McAllister's Pit's "
look as the best safeguard to the liberties of all 1 !; Middlstonn, Wakefied From.German settlement, via Western- '
12. Estate; of Juhu 'Atkinson: recommitted. Vnioo'Village. Mil- mills, Lower Crooked creek, salt-works ind I., '
Us parts, we implore you jto renounce your mad. ton mill and Alton ford to Glady creek cross roads I.
13. Estate of Bartolo[ Canovas, recommitted. to Alfred, in Maine, Kitaoiu to Orrsvillo.: I 'r' >
en esirors. The South.can never allow an interference'with 14. I ;' From Rye valley, to Sinclair's bottom '
her domestic Institutions. At Estate of Roque! Leonard!, not approved.. Vermont. -. From Reading,'',via Mollstown, Hunter's Smyth *

no 15. Claim of Tony'Priuias, recommitted From Barton. tia Irasburg Coventry, forge, Klioesvilie llicbael Couuty. _
sacrifice can she suffer the violation of rights secured Shaffer's ind From ; '
16. Jones
to her by constitutional sanction We Claim of Peter Trope, disallowed. and Troy,'to Richford. Featberolfsvtlle! ville to Turkey care. Lee '.

1 stand entrenched upon our right, and no force 17.18-Estate Claim'of of .J John Triay, not approved. From "Finney ville, Clarendon Springs From Bbeloeta, via Warren and North| county. j ;" .. --
dme. Arnau,due lowe From Alexandria I .1'-
which does not annihilate us, can succeed i iw in 19. Estate Christopher to Montgomery.From Washington, to Pittsburg. I via WiuterhilT. toDraiosville. ;'
Lopez. I .
< bringing ns to submit to ear intermeddling with 20. Estate: of John Ponce disallowed.approved. Wilmington to Greenfield, Jesse- From New Alexandria, via New Derry to V :;!, i

'" the policy of our.local governments. We regard 21. Estate of Alberto Rogero, disallowed. Jebkntown.From From Lockbart's tavern, Frederick coun"I .
',' as it exists us, to be a moral and cheeettti.Massachusetts. to Wardensville H" '
savery. among 22. Claim ty rdy
of Catalina .. county .
Lopez,Adm'x of Andre Greensburg, via Murrraysville ] .
political good-in ba with the nature of 0- From '
molly Salem North
,
Carolina
,disallowed. From Adamsville ;ria! Madison
Lopez 4 Rhode Island, via gao's ferry.Alter's store.North .. .
I'I
man in i'lrelent.ta.auctioned by' the uni IYasbiagt111cllraipe's 0,
? 23. Claim of Hick's ;to 1lartiasrillP. .
Henry Hartley recommitted. bridge to Dartmouth.
venal of nations in some or other of i its r store and Congrnity"meet : i. i I

shapes practice-and justified by the precepts of Holy 25.24. Claim Estate of of Jane Charles Atkinson, recommitted. From Washington, via North Becket lo house, to Greeusburg. "'' 0'6. the From Swept Salem. Virginia, *>ia Newcastle, to' ) ,/.. (
Sanchez (a free blackman Middltfiald. j Springs., '
Writ. These \n our opinions if differ From Browusville l '
; yo* ) recommitted. via Greenf eld and Co. From 1 r, \
rest in the peace which jour own exemption from 26. Claim of Gabriel Priest From Northborougb. via Marlborough, lumbia, to Monongabela city. | Gau'ey bridge. via Fajet'eville to J "S. "
recommitted.' I. Btckle .
r his imagined sin will yieldyoo, and leave, nsen .- Stow, Action, and Cheitnsford .
From
27. Claim of the'Adtn'is of the Estrta to Lowell CanDonlbur via Venice-and Well.ter' ..-,
of Francisco ; ;. >
thU VphwUifl..Wfrigy- And further, w e P. Fari2t Senior, recommitted. From Norton, via Attlcborougb had Paw_ ., to Raccoon. I From Rye;:.valley, Smyth county to the- I, \ .

.:' h- BUlt'4it' -. ij 1 .,! ; iu'lof the north,who entertain 28.Adm.,. or the Estate of George Fleming, :I tucket, to Providence. Frem Stumptown, via Mouut Zion, I tebanon. o mouth of WUson creek. Graysoo county '_ '' V
and would sentiments From
Lebakon..Russell
as
; encourage
recommitted. From \Veltfield.ia county viaNasb- : .
: injurious to our rights and interests, come not a.tnong 29. Claim of Juan Leonard! recommitted. I bridge, and North Montgomery, Norwich L ? \ ford llanaker'* store to Ricbland,'Tazcwell.connty. !. .. 1L ., \
: .
J j. os. \\'e will not harbor traitors in our bridge, .and North From Mexico\ through Tuscarora vail y : -- i
borders. You with 30. Claim of Susan Follis, Adm'x of the Estate Chester, to Worthington, to Waterford. ; ...
can bring no eqnivalent'
you of Arbiqa Fallis and Levin Gunby veto m From East From Patrick court house to Mount Airy, .I .
good to countervail the evil of your opinions. mitted. Bridgewater, via John A. Co From Mercer to Wesily.' t
n Nurtb Carolina.
We are opposed to the firmiT or Mosorotr. 31. Claim of Susan Follis! Adm'x of '>i nsul's and J. W Jenkins' stores, and East From Newcstle, via Eastbrook to .. .
Arbina From
It is the great enemy of Democracy. Looking Fallis.disallowed. Abington to South lannburge. ., liar'. Libefiy,4Bedfordcomity via Bucbanan -' <1 ,

to the teatr.lODdche only criterion of whaii 32. Claim of Prudence Plummer.recommitted.i, From Worcester' via Milburyt Sutton, From Newcastle, by Pulaskt.'Sharon' d loPatlonsburg. 1'.* '. .;. ,

proper, we shall oppose the grant of any exclusive 33 Claim ofSuaan6tarp6yAdm'xof James ,West Sutton, and East Douglas., to Dou Clarksville, to West Greenville Fram Parkersburg to B<*.lpre.! Ohio. \ 'o' '

. privileges not manifestly required by thepnblic Cashen disallowed. v* &111.' From Shamokin, yia Coal office From Somerfield Penusjlrania.tu Brandonville. *" ', ; \

< necessity and advantage. The passing 3-1.Claim of Peter Segni, Adm'r of'John Se post 0 YirR uia. --J .' .. .
.1, events of the Day show how immense a pjwer is allowed. Connttticul. Fountainsprings, Scbuylkili county. From .
gui, Grayson court house to 1..
exercised by corporations. They'are weapons From Hebron Exeter From Alontoursvillo to John Barberfs Graysoa "
35. Claim of John Ash'ton. .* via meeliog-bous e Sulphur springs. 1
in the hands of the Money Power capable of being approyed.36. mills, Plunket creek ,, '
4
. 'I, Lazaro Ortega' Claim, approved* and over Goshen bill to Bozrahville.; township. From Spredwtll, via Cripple creek '
wielded with-dreadful effect, da its warfare From Caledonia via tbe first fork to ,
37. Claim ; of
of the Adm'rs of Jos. Floyd, appro FromVellt Harlland, Coonnecticut, to Berj- Atititiovillelli'Jtha V
with the Pl far county. "
Producing So.
1 lDtr
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.as they are oett'a branch of the ,
Tollaud Sinnemahoniug It .
Massachusetts : !
convenient and usefulthey should be allowed ved33 From Timberville to Brock's : ;. .. .
Rsp. _
Claim ol .
John
bat with such checks and guards, that they can '39. Estate of Jose Pedro Wingate do approved. Froth New Haven, via Fair Haven, North .to From Coudersport.Hazletoo '. t; I From the'anrthweiltua: turnbike, at or,i'st :" ..: to .'J
via ;
Burgos,approve East '
eonnrted from institutions Branford, North Guilford North iMadison Sogarloaf, to I the ;
never be. for public! '40. Claim of Philip Weedman, Sr. approved.* Wilkesbarre. vicinity of James,Curry's to Booth's (ISr. o. :. ,
accommodation, into instruments of individual North Killiigsworto, Chester and ,
41. Hadlyme sy: on.Tygait valley river. ,
of
Margaritta. Acosta., recommit 'From Cumberland \ ,
aggrandixement. They are designed to be useful ted. Salem, to Norwich. Maryland, via .\Ve | From Middle island bridge the north >
0,0
: ooitolhefew who cluster anundabe money 43. From the house of Robins lersburg, to,Berlin. '
I Estate of9srahPetty, disallowed. Hracy, on the \ western turnpike to Lowaa, Lenis
3 chests, but to thetommvnhy at large; and when Without interest. Colchester and Middletowuturupike..thence From Bath Klecknersvill coun- ." '
)I tJ.
they cease to subserve this purpose, their existence east the East F Philadelphia, via Fra krord. ':, .
to
( _
Haddam and Colchester Fp From BulltowD, down the 1 j
, becomes Lke pernicious! to the public interests Chase valley of the J ; = .
.f! i, ; f nd inconsistent with republican principles ; City: Hotel.; turnpike by tbe store of II. and B. Palmer, sidle Spriugville Huniiugton, Sorrel horse, Dnvis* Little Keoawba, to El'rzabethtown. -j f'.)", T' .
New .
and Richborough.
through ftlccbanicsville, to.East Had town From Dru'mmondtnwu
... u THE Uaderu Accomack
a. ,ned.retpectl'uily Doli.
'
dam l ton, and Tailors ville, to Penniogton uon'e
'il: -'f We shall give ranch of ear attention to the a I informs bit friends and'the public landing.. New'Jersey. ty Lbcustvi'iieand: Smitbsville ,tbe en- .

: subject of IsTifefUL IsipRoviMr.BT in Florid a. generally,. that he has leased the New York. From .r side road Qf,,said county.to PUD otlague. ;
x 'of position, and facilitiesfor above named Sbippensvile. by Fitzer's mill La From \:. ;
establishment
such
With advantages which
: ti J From Salubria, via West Catlin n&d cinda Hillsborougb to II Ferry.
) !7, construction. we cannot urge forward works win in future be kept by him in a manner, be -Hornby, to Painted ,Furnace and John,Wal er" settlemsnl j From Leveiville to Berlin in tbe Ssate of lof : .

# of public) i improvement with too boch.Yr: :or trusts,that will give satisfaction: to all' who may post. toTionest*. ; ;' '- Maryland. s

It '; Batwhile encourage: enterprizes in this line, favor' him with their' patronage and to entitle From New Haven, via Port Onterto and From Polsle 's Mills, Via Blaeksville t From Clarksburg via ':

L;', randertaVen with an honest design to be accomplished the Home to reta.: the high re utlilion it has Liodso S rills. to Ellisburg. Wayoesburg. in Ten-mile te Shins- ) ,
the
we should be careful how Ve embarrasstatir so long(+aatsined. 'c. !I. ROWAN From Colden, via Watsrvlll corners, t to From Forest lake, by the Chocenut j ton From county of Harrrison. '

c taectss by a Multiplicity. ef iacorpora. taJ, It. AognitiBt.,Jai. 1,1139. 5ptip ville. crock road, to Unioa New Y.rk. t tI Springs.Logan. Court House to Red Sulphur .

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I; ": . \ VromibeJi ; pott ffict In From !SprinjieM Tetinese by Ke/sburg., roM oiTi.ty. All this
1 t 1 r :- ftpckbridge.coanirjvia Dtggarts'sprlagi to and Trenton, to ilopkinsville. From Tiffin, via Borne, to Ridden, Seneca Secretary.of the Navy, as a part of the Ad. 1 for an.ieltt

,4 L "" : "i. *'.!. ;,.4 ,' i.'S :': Clifina forge/ Erom Graysville to Nahville.Tenneiwe. county, miuistratioD I should have, in'.ved his im I passion LeguJalure.Inol'lnent. .
\ ;, $. Cnlnmbta via and Na-hport via PerrltgoDd Fallsbury! though nut ,. r
From Aln.nderValker' From
5 From BrandonvJ_! in ,
.1 1 f Virginia lo,Bryant's. peachment. S I cured two ofEces for Mr. JI
Joaeph Netaou'jr. t.> Edmonteu; to Maitin jurg. Knox county think that ubig ought In Downing :
,. ':. pott office i in Fatelte, county, in ;tlic Sfate of From Somerst to Jamestown. Frmii Z.inesville. yU Sainurl Beaver*. George 1 da niH lr.1o" I was not"partial to the admjniti 1'

\ S ,rennsylv.tnia. | -f Cosh. be blamed for le appropriatiousmentioned J.ckolon. He "uw'thinb the peon" I r.'
'i From Newcastle to WallacniUe.lIo"1couD. ill th',, and Jotiti G Pigman's.lu cton.Frout I .
S .: f%. From Beckley's' mills to Reuben Scut's. ( ScnC4ille.. via Ji-hnson's Mill! It)e'. by him. :,| me. It may be .0. I a.t |e.lt' *.

. .'l f', "' S Front Uuveiville fo Fpbes's will. 7.From Greenville b, the mouth of Muddy riven Mills Ombridje, Mackey'- and Adauuville., to The fx.rt uf St. Augustine. a nd thr inland.channels I*,I re-pct lor Ibem, no: intrudingupon *

S i : :. : .' 'i :. .- From'JJluft Sulphur' priog via Gunn'sS to; lor an..iwo.; Vr..d.lI. S .f St. John and Sr. Al. rjs are !'! solicited the offer of jry "a. I.d.

;, :' springs, theucedowji'Lick cre"k to New ri.t FromVeid.horoto' Paducah.., From F iton.via Castine,to. Castiue' lo Green I IS w nk* previouily sanctioned t.. law. and ap"i when cdt tobentnudas\to hi a Codidlt; SOB ft." '
written
1
t .; From Stephennport to S.N'"port. vula. I 1 finish them are trailers uf Europe dte. '
'# tier, up samejo tho iiuuibvtGrecnbrier riYer u propriaii'Ds! .
of
: S From Princeton Monte From Cadiz via Leesburg and aod.ti11e, to I I of the position ,Mr. \
to Palestine i i by Cold Springs and r51im'lett fur aud sei.1 in without ibi .
.
.J 6J theoce Lewuburg. I course I 10 New York and WI called onby ;. A
znma. to Providence. 'S eiuieiicui. ,, of 8te.
{ NotIli Carol.na. 'From Princeton, by SlillvuVa: and Ferry carS From cinUng; Spring ll.ghlard county via L iou-rIJililll| thfDtlt I tee of;sixty citizens and.>:merehiBis: ia ,
". 'J t S : From Ford creek Via Fishdsnr" Hancock's [ The road from Jark.'>DVlle In Tnllahas I acd decli ed. I returned home
'ner. to Canton. Jumper and 1'.ktltulI.lu J tck wu couit iou e. 'S ail
'.>-II" i t tore, ur Leather's troll roads, to ::Chapel. From Williamstown Warsaw.,. FiomAViut-'u1 |io" otfice, via (UraIVIII..Van I see and thence I.,U on the- ; Vila hifola 'n;ed the appeal- made t I ld i

:' i I S lIiJ1.t.t!t. From Flag spring by Iulier.and. Locust B.ureu. Carlisle and Pereojiolw.'io Cuu.b!rl.d. river wi'b nearly every other ,'bjrct enuintr.iied -< Iha' eneral with and noyknowin I_

J ;.i j1 j : :. From Weldon.to.IJhliru( ; thence toorDear 'grove, on the Ohio'river, to Augutta. From Sunfi.h down the Oiiij river, via Vit.len' were pruvird for in ill .of 'prec"- I'had changecj hiopinions I Wfiitedfor .ll

S J'' U From Burkesville Tennessee office. WoOiifield.! : ,'uld have '-cii r tkruupaud I. his a"wer. He haV: gTeithat 0"
i ., EuG.'de.' Way Drlbarnuh, and, SouthWathiugtod to Livingston. j poit to f diog years. suit i'1.
wi.'l and
l From'POIIar flat, Lewis to Moun From Wheeler-burg.Via'ChifTles Kelly's.mills. 'he run ; h..hlnl.nf
coubty unfinished '
,,1. to Wufblngtoa ;t.the to' to actedon, 'tUiICS4. '
: H i in tirade,
t It't S '--f, :. .'South darolina.- Carnal. Fleming comity.Fro'm Pine Grove B'na Furnace, P.itriot. K id ge"aJ The j-rariico of circulars for I dnlges a printed' of insmiiitiS''iabu to
; Little Sandy saline and WiUesvi'ile? : 10 rfinithfirld "riliuJ ; ** nf me. The f.f I open to !, ._ _
"I'I Greenup county,by Vioton. S !
'. : I II : From Liucolnion! ]Ivia lI ylen le. Spring Barttett. which the motive! aml'uiiliij; U UtW'aluk. can enjoy it. .' i
Charles N. Lewi's to Blainmlle. Lawrence From Peniis'yine, via.Chesterfield.to i 111J 0 envy
' C i : mill. and Erasmus M'Yorkville'', South,Carolina -, nunrnced hy me, n ben theie ere I his If he l.
"S ed place.
Buffiugton's was a i or
county. From Wiik ; vd.". via Ru land. Chester. f ings : bal power *
. 1 \ 11 and returning via CaUwb creek. j. and t
and'r the Bud in four in the Country was I from that I high or from the 6.
: \ From From West Liberty by Joseph Adkms', to Inland Great Sleigscounty p jtriuting prrssee post
: field
Ij .5 Wayntsuorouxb. YT hit mills and
:. 1 -., Jericho to Slrabane. Little Sandy Saline. to KipUy. Virginia. I followed as au obligation of duty to the'peo"pie. which I brought him, and derives bapuQ

5- I 1-1- to' r'. From Pickens court-home." South Carolina, From Greensburg to Edmonton. From Wilmington via 0 ikland. Howtysburg, it, 'let him settle that with you., :.,
: : 'r" From Bowling Green by the lock and dam on Franklin and Winchester to Entun. and habit a Repuhlirnunf I confess such a contest ha* no cootoUtje '
1, ; :\.' ,.' .. "I'. through Macon and :;Hay wood couniies, and f I am in principle SI
, .: I, i: .r eo down the Tuskegeerverby John B. Love's Big Barren first below Bowling' Gren. by the From Wilmington vu Butlington 10 Xeni. the JeOTersotii Sch_ ol, and I bu'd't' tube me. ..

',. 5; .: : j ,; <- > and Bcroop Eulo'. to Seviemlle Te'un 'lock and dun on Green river next below the From Painsville in Geaug conniy, along the the of the Representative' accnuutto feel that it ;i due toyota to notice SOB* -

'. .: .,\" '7. 4.. :: 'j From FalU.iost office to Catawba creek mouth of Barren river by Morgantpwn, and by North Ridge road.to Ashtat ula by>!North Perry,, i iArcole. duty charges,dirert and indiec. -,
postS far public t
..: 1 his runstitueiil* 1'.10 .' it :
'. lock [ albil The ppe.c. he
,." -.,j office' the and dam near the Muddy.river, to Hart to Geneva. (lae. .onlde"hi**
\ 9 : From Zanekfield to Downingsyille, Logan I would do it BRsiu "ere i! HI the hazard uf S wovk. i I never told any thtIIwUj
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: -, ; From Stitesville: Mount S ; bury
1' to Airy '
Sorry counJ ford.From .
| of b. iii boastful air niugloI tibia obtain euuate. +
." '>' u ? Chaplin by Hobb's mill and Paoli.tolsirUle. coula y. : the ; lo I : t
I '-: / .: vii Street- ianlu'aliun I would that the of of'rfr.
.1 :. :. From liJdl town, Hyde county,to some point From Franklin Portage county} agree _people ,
.
.:.:. : \ ,5." ?;:\ .. :S ,. on the Chicksinacomica banks iu said r uuay. From Wilcher's cross-roads by the bonses ofI.ne borough, Aurora, Bainbiidge.Rusi-ell, Chester, I AIv successor with -eiter affectation ofmodrtiy. paw the elpel s. 55

,7 S :; ,: : FroinlIdl !aleioMairi moii han river. I Pipkin and Reuben Koark and Grey Cook KirkI4n41.aud Meutor, tu Richmond:city, hinge has shun (.ow the OID..r in I did no: feel authorized to cnnseg wj
:. :'; :"' : j."l': anr riTniiooniuKnp'oj 6 mini r**_ : iIb. -'-- your inntruciioua. Th < Cougr,9
.. :: -, ". ': : tore andMoisut W'lUjng.'to: Rock creek or Fo, -.t. er J ittitTow; rotuAkMn ay vu C-op1e-r& ire:1sh on 'c..n- wi.rhjiet luas)in bit fi'st .rs"ay succeeded. I how'that I presented ..0:1..f lad ,

r ;, "-; '..'.".' t ,.f I Ie man.' post ..m ceo From .Motvroe, hart couuty by Salt-wo.kl, on I tie;to Medina f'L r that be could w'ith siiinc pr.ctire. l lie a jrt.fiCeisI5 -': lions of the Lepislntiva lb.rnfr op n ,

L l S Fom.llher Fair Bluffer Toner Swamp' officei S Lit'le Barreu river to Edmonton: .from Uuniett's corners via Chagrins Falls ia blu"inl up bubol' and giving r<, j j"ct. I do not believe that!Congren dli! .

to either Leesville or Luubrtun.i From L&wrenccburg.. by the way of Van Bu- aud Lailsbidge. to Auburn.. I ', ; uiry. nothing "a .liabimtiuii and a uauie," as priate fr i'iinleM they are induced, daiTlJS .

1". From Shallotte. by Dred Bouzman's[ to White rent to Taylorstille.From From X'onhucton. via Koscoe. Warsaw Mohican ",1 at any gentlTJiiiu' J kh,, the peculiar luu.ite ot U.-neralretary uuvai, ".

I tarshoffice. Chaplin. to IIarrod bnrg. aud Rochester, to D..n.ille. ; hope I shall uct hejrondemued for writing -,J of Ihe1'_ riior!. In ,Arkmia t

> .. ). From Nor wood's store,via Rocky-river springs From Moniicelli vin Albany, 10 Bnrksville. From5Sli1leriibutg.. via Nutvilldj! to London- rircuUis or .'ppre-siug) the Treasury, year after I went t Congress the U : :s
lld'plJid
S : S and Jacob Efords to Mount Coin fort. From Glasgow, Kentucky tu llartmlle. Ten ,ville. Richland county. nod that he will be excused from all blame, the Legislative' Council and T

e ':, './ : Erom Beany, on Black River. via: James Al nessee. "9 From ChexU-rile! Woodbury and Me paid the Home of Repieentalives.In .
for uf the if ;
:; / ; Jen's, to J R. Co,belt's. Tea'vesses. Clure's' cr..ss toads, to shelby. Kit-bland county. jouie apprdprili"ul'rl a me ,the last four yeirs the Delegate I lookup
S From From Lynchburg. by W. W Gill's Eli. "'U'I he !. "Treasury notes were i isuvd
'f. Cartilage! to Greeusborough. store. From Leavit: to Waynesburc. lY proprialion for,lh- General AI ,,
fo From le'cut1eby creek jh Flack's and Petersburg to Cornersville. From to the Government siatl
Brier Mn'berry Cruxlon to McCaig'a. support in amount a-. that for our Legixlauje Cegg
( S gap Laurel I spring and \\'jlliaml'III.\.I,= From Eaton, by Foiked Daer turnpike and Front Vast JeflVrson, via West Canaan Darby ))I. Donning proceed* charge me with and Ihe Territory the remainder. A :

: "S \." I county. North Carolina! Iu the mouth of Wilson Rinlcy to t ulon.: creek,Alv.11. Randal. in Union'.county audLedepont. seizing "ili joy every upportuui-, lion may pai smuggled' through hiappropri
b
iRsalatt aadtn
_. 'I S creek. Virjjnja.S .' From Paris by Caledonia Fleming's. Christ to'IJel..w.. in Loral L ji., I general head, and wiihoIitubevyatjon.bugg *
., ': .1 ", From P.ellllaht' garderlbY Turkey cuve.throyjj niitvvill and Shady Gr"ye.lo South <;ib.on. From Lower Salem, Washingtih coun" via 'p ly li"itld le .turf. be cruel to importune ,).
1 'I ci i. if I an embarrassed
lamnitjhr norm
shoulddeeply ruiusiauce
:" n S \" .Yancy county, North C rol.nJ. 10 piatbelhlow n, froUlIik ville,by J am'c' L IJoyd's.Thomas's Mooes 1 peucerPou' Duck cUeki and bethel, mnt for large sunn" :at such a crisis.
,; 1 1t, : 1'enlle81io'e., cross n
; : 'k : i: : : ," From Washington t '
.. eo 1-. Iit. From Purdy, by Roman's bridge tfnd Matarno- Garrettsvillejlu! H irain. | nth 'an act uf ihe Local LvgUUiure i The 1: new Judicial District i* an DIr: .

;- 1. .I From Fayetcvile! lI f the Cap* Fear ,ieron ra. to Ripley.' From McConnelUvilio to Fraici-i. Treehle- nithoui great rrpngiMiice..and.at the ius- at instance,>nd r'fani

; ;,1'-... \ the West si'de, to 'Ic14tsterr l ), ,Uauck'! store, From Savinmh: by Cedar hill and Hawkins cock's. IOehCllllO Peter 'Keith's,'theucs to Olive t lance of the peopln'nf Floridaj.I I time my to act upon it. only postponed "ltI,. ,

S : ,.;: ; / Raleigh Johnun's stork and Uraugbu's toie: erry.to.CarrolUville." post office. : |I Tot Journals of. C..ugrrssnill show that I Air. Oowntnjr proceeds to make a gmercltmf

, ,. j 1 S Fayeltevile.! f ';, From Gallatin. by Cro s-pains! Keaiburg and From Rejnolfsburg. via Pickerington and iWe He in 1834
I / From Allilln iIIe. Llkion. every"net 8eltd._rrpealtif, or nun ulledas S against me. says : a law pained f
'I Raleigh to Graj Sill's. to >t Carrol ton, to Lmcasier.' <; J the ofthe! claims of
; \ 1312
'' upon a petition of :he people' payment and Idllmj
S From
.' From HilUuorongh to Do brollrh.-' ,' Ma tf. by Shady crossing the Stone .From Uellefontaine. in Logan conn ry. to Wa-1 I 1 dOle that in June 1835 the Secretary demanded
and il dhne l bv mM
: From Gaston via mountain at n"ke'gap,thence was Congress DUI by me.- I
Henderson. Lfijih
to Raleigh.S by Duughertt's
.
paukoneittf. in A'len county, by the y ,v of L -w- t ; nations reasonable enough." and that I
I 1 S From Henderson to William.b 'roulb. in JohnsoD county ; thence to Koine's i.ro'n. in Logan county and M.Johns,in Aden Some imes I, cnnrnrred with. the petition, Live the explan t.oM. I th di C
deny in
; .. I Ii j S From Pittsborough to!;Cbapal bill. creek, and up the same to Txylorm le. s' C'-iiniy. i i and, nit Congress iu their act. mid at uiberiime of the> Tre a toto. \ .
Secretary and four
I 5 ; From Seagle's' store, via Peter Warlick's store, county IVortbCaroIina to T jlrIiYille', Tennes. S Groin Rellefontaine, in Login coil nt' ,- to St. I 1 did nor. ;and" hl ever I did in this of Congress snry decided that these succnRucommittees cl iy(. ... .

toMuIl- grove.' \ see.From [ Mi.i'm. in Mercf county by tlielw.iy of.therroi revert' ni t ifm ."ntnrrelct. support aDdo'ltr..ul were not embraced by the treaty ; and aferye'ire "
a
South Carolina. Lagrange to Titscumbi*,'Alabama. "sing< at Pluiu* on the Great Miami and at.John if D of
Ct/iz iou
< I|[
Ilbo sent to
Iil
t' From Damascus North Frnm.Suljihurppriiign, b Hor to 1 .fot.1 Spni an4aa
t to .Sluor.iborougb- ,\ >by'a frrry. *. "nd \Yap .kUI"dla'! in Alien c1.u'nl) I CuntliJatf DoHiiiu, lained.the correspondence between nut Minpsi.an'l '
\ Ciraoua. Uccatur. Th"u1f mny supposeh
. \. 'I F.OIII Springfield, in! Clark co.nly, to New I IJlrh tike first of
.
; From Athens, Laurens From Mount; PI ,aant.via Napier and CatroIron ,'. r.l.nll r' the Le i i-l 1 tine nj..re me Secrrtiry Mate uf hi CatiaJi
to court
S Georgia, / I C -I" in the imme1" ci'tin'iy, by ihe way of 11. l-efore the '
I : house. work, .Lawr lIce, coui.tyia Buckuer undUixouV Clarkiiliur[ \urU.alUl'ttlll.1 S by appeHling to their |push lu a uL ttirir pre- Slntfiity. | negotiation wa."anse"!
; | | Wa-hiiieton.iaiid
.. : From Siantonnille! 10'PencJI"loo.I' toro, to \VII I r fto upon the
}ne >on>uglu From |Iiiriuafielai in Cark: county, to Chilli- judices. ; i j 'law orLla
_l Frpm Sumterville by 1'lowden's mills, and p From Corner ville.! by Brown's store, Ffarky Cotlig. ii'> ih, \a, lr "ollah ChHrle |on, Grusny | If I "erf juifge from the'debate* of Ih.1', corell'ndellP tbp fkcided was pa*le. Te .

Brewington, to Jacksonville. South Carolina. .Hare's. ,Littlcjohn's, Gernniiito and Titus I l'OIlI..Dluumilljt.llrg aud FrHiikf. ,lair, Cunveiiti"ii. a of n hot fi..d! .r"III( i !'"' : it got
i-Xlensiv
t uln'rr w
ithihe'giipulationsof
villa.From Youtigii iiville, via Hdztewood, Peden. bridge From to' Ilernando, Mimiis.4ippi From I Daitioit, in Truinbull cu.iiit4' t1 Gueriille < h"f1 ..iifini"rf ;h. Lesi 'tHtuf, I Ahi",nlii. Thin is consdeied. absurd, ridiculous the, and treaty".
and Turbert'. house. Cerrclbville
to Chester to Lex-ngtoii. op.Presa
court
I From From iu Mrrcr county. Pennsylvania' through infer that they thought I ili"t I had not nullified S ; mnekery a I.d an insult: It is (
Marion house Allen's Liber-y..by Short mountain Manche- nottros
court by bridge, to
".\ the village! i f < Inn?" i !I.. { that
f (on Little Pedee,) Haileesville and Clio, to Front Llleii en"Ugh ;nd it i/ulelir..s Ihe mifor rnr eipl.inalir.ns founded np"n 'h cnndhioa
ter.From UnioiMillu. to >biirg. in Geauga ,
of ilw-
BcnnetUville." Cox's I title 'I.us di-l-int that hr country c"nld such
creek Knox tpunty. tu Moin.t i politicians; I may r"mo'P objection.
i ilr
'.\\ l: From King's tree by' Murray's and Lenud's I Bethel. Roann ccunty. j conniy.<.in 'oiithingtoii through the c eit., ofFar.niin I (found uh'rki.J up' ib. wronz tree.'*. 'I I II J Mr.. This Downing i ""iy'. I n..r.a.k..d, ir. soothe
\
S ferries the >'antee river From Perry ville, Cub creek '' 'IW i. CJI'ral.cte 'by the Jonrnnlj
on to G..orgetown. S by springs. to ien. io .U"'III"'IIII.i. ill 'rrtiuiSntl, ronnty. I I deny h-ivinj:? 1.r ridiculed tlm Lrjul.iliimtr The .

I (' .1\ From Lynch's creek post office to Couwyobo- Lexington., From D".-rfield! in ..ulla.e louuty, Ol.io, toEd inj-irnt tli-'ch.ucler 'uf our uuolry ; e'lnrp'4."r ihe nl.ject? wits postponed (,
: ( ; report Jitdge. in East
From : one
Monroe nq
ronSb.'iJ Ball-play AustinGlenn'
to
county utiliti i iu the l11111""III1I". h"ineor fcbri.ad. For
re I IFIOUI nt
.
( tompl'load 'louder of
: From Mount on C.ne creek, the deal: of that
Willing to Lexington court sinuS conMy.
LI'a\i'l, by Dullit to Waynrsbiirg.From .his
. ". friend Mr. 'Vti Durrn. hn'rC1lm""eI thnohodid. He rt'p
, house.j From KH I "a ; say when hi. entered
: Hawkins
t -: I bridge. to Allen'sstation \
c-iunly
\ Rrt pull, iu I'ortaje county. Uhi..o I the work of I l4v i ) bail he"n f
:j- ;iiinulinz { J. n.t paid. I
From fort si mi ill''
I Pickens court hoiue Mullen A county. $7.O now
TV"hur.lu the through .. ae. .,
) same cuuuty, Street- aunt uho drchreI .... .a. r.. az. J I hro .t
4 c From I in h's --- -
,, 'Rulla. Georsia ; thence by ClallulfUlIlAclldor', Kisi?'port, along the Stnuljvalley road, hoz lb. Ie nlare .V. -InS & 'terf .J---.
'I -. i t. qeitreat a.'elldletun. t.> PH kens court house.. to Rogeisviita.! FrIHO! Laf.iyctte.. the Little1 :i.that body a* Ch"irlt of the Judiciary! much 1"'lr'su..
.
I I f I I From Hninit rmirt-limi.,. 'iL I llancbc' kvillt' lav -From- ,- -:-?-flt. 'Villa on. .. t.--i* _tn.teia....... *...nwnn.."Et.a.,.....n.....'. Willininscnuiiiy, Ohio on to Fort \ St. Jonepli's.. Committee that there had hem more vicious 1 j I to confine lhl totter soleli? to' -
VnyneInJinna.From
S -r. .' -a Limestone .pria-i; in dis'rict. Valley river and Blairsville! defence. Although I am here for the winter. m'' .
c'] S ; dpsrtanbiirg; to Odhlonega. Geor New Lill'(through Sulem.'* Beuton.hnaburg. Initiation iu Florida,. than iu all ihe other if I have ,
't .\ : From Cl.arlglnn the gia. engagements be forar.- .
1'I \ to XVnlteiboiotich by EriNii: ( in Siark to New Territories. may .
: I ; of the South Carolina raHioad and From Knoxville by Louixville, Unitia Morgantown cciinty other winter. I am in hartin faueini.and!
i' 'I way George's Cumberland in Tiircariiris The first I
ever it.
: : made iu .
"' .5 \ station. Eve's miris, llockville and Midway, Ii) From county. speech Chnfl' j I raidtncea Floridian.1 I feel a deep Intt''lt in
in
Xenia. Green
' I f t From Pincktey ville!! by Goiidyiville, to Hancock Athens. county, 1(011)100. in was touffeiia1,a Territorial 'law p!proposed fit' that concern your honor and prosperity. II al'I '

t.. S ,} \ S. ville. From Kcllvsville, via Ixxiraas lid ferry. Nick \Montgomery county(To be on continued the direct route. he repealed by the J uei. iary Committee. As my intention hiueand di-am nj y on: and if

:: t. ; ,. S 1 Ditcontlnue follows : ajack across Raccoon mountain, to fc'quirreltown f. ) Mr. Downing savi, I bad a passion for such I I that tiro should? ever come whellb"s ali. r.b.r',
S
1 \ Ie; i FromSValter'sfordtoMuflensford. iu Georgia. TdlTHE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA I nurk. j conflict) nr" ended. I shaitbe glad tu servey;ntl. '

.: S J So uuch of route number tvo' thousand two From Dallas to Spring place.. : II must he inferred that though in his letters any manner that may be in my pow i ;at present -

:. 'i :V: i hundred *n-J fifty five as extenu's (row LeesvilletoMonnt From Kingston to Oliver's house, tn.AnJerson As ni'ou as I li.d autheiiiiiiufunnaiinn hya to inr, he approved of my cour.e he I we- have rather fallen upon evil times.I '
1 letter tu Mr. Nourst uf ; I implore yon an a brother Floridian
Wi.'Iing.!; I county. S Appalachicola. tout has5tiiioui reflection condemned it adtjdefs.uds neYfr.\f
-1 .. From, Lexington c 'nrt bonne to Dr. 'V. W.Guger's From Ross landing to Cleveland.' Mr. Donning bud d\'t';ctl tu be a audid-.t. ; now consent to a division of our Terri'ory. ;
all ib-se of
-1 o : ; S store iu Edgfield!! ListnalUcurgia. From Galluin, by-Lagado Academy, to:5Inr> fur Cmigns and that the peculiar. position Jti. Legislation in re-j I be onr certain,ruin; weeannotni4ketwotat&

,1- iI. : free8borouph. of tff.iirs nould unt admit of Card iu Apularhicola' anil' the Union SItsJal. in fifty yearr. The experiment will end ,witk -

i 4 From Csmick. via Uoublc-wells.! Crnwford. From Perrvville b. New*ladrid. Waverly.. the fur my ncrouililishiiif Mr. O..il& n.1 abused Congress :I Iand. ; the adding one to Alahaifa. and the other la'-
-I olj ct iuvitedto
'j', ; \ Irville, Green. and Baldwin's ,tore, to Gieensborough. From King tPn. Tonneisee. via :.Ten-mile i declined.Wbiit "llcb'J was .the people ol Florida. in a published! [ Georgia. .United we stand divided we 'fall' :

"- .S .\\ s'and. Decatur Kincannon's rerry, Ross' Ind. gi liliral rlre, I. 10.1|( If we once con-ent to|
: i ; I I t Frmn Danirlsville, "iaI ary,ille.! Winn'a .hag and Turkey town, to Jacksonville. would b 've beeu my decuion if 1 I bad spoken h'I.lyt.! ( Congress I had treaty that.secures our ad mi.sion. and weftaad;

,I! 4' wills, .,r Amanda ,ille, and Pierman'..to Moute From Standing rock port office Stuart county had,seen a paper published i>y .hiin iu the I followed the ex-tmples olGen., a. thf battering anvil"for the abohtionisUnntitirslshall '

'f S : 11 i', S "'d eo.I vi4 Ltgrange hud .Fairchance fUlllue,to Waverley. form or a 1 letter tu tb, j eoplo of Florida. it anti Mr. Vau Bureu Jackton be ceded to the adjoining States. .-

I j ; From Gainsvilte' 10 Clllrk.tile. Iliunphrej courty. '-*+ i il UI\Iou lire Iu illilic le. said htlfns Ild. sm sure I never I t V JOS..&. WHITE.& ;
t much as uf and' be
: issatisfied
From Cheiokee n.iut hoiide From Charlotte via Point Mason them
,;' : Alabmu. via on Tennessee The I letter iu question proves that I "
'
1'1, '.J. f'i" Chatoog UldtoWIi. HopkiiKville. .Beavers. and river to Paris. Tennessee. not li.takeu iu 'thing nud that is th 8' with ihrm. I ON THE MEANINGS OF WORI 3-Jro.3.aGrammarians
wue il
V <.. ." Pleasant Oreen. to Island town.- From Cliznbeihton. up Stony creek .through I could < Oue elr 'Ih""f high fi'znatii'natjes' charged ,have divided words into various. 1 .
u'll be candidate ttiihout i
,:: t':;;' FiOitiI'feadby'S 'oflke aUeDVelo Abing.Jon a eue,' wi'h being uf ; classes called! parts i>f speech,
11 : .- : po-t Shady, to Virginia. Ih.n stipendiaries the Bank, | an arrangement,
% 1 .Iir. 'j \ Almous. in Droolll.own'Gild.. From Dresden via Hunter and Pound's store, iug tbusa dJi'iu&uithed sceue ,elf|pers"ual and hi* il Uilriu'us'prrdecessor hahitu that bat some' adv'unligus, and abe .011.6 incoayeziiencen. -

i j ., ,' From Campbtrlltown, via liuntsviiU L Parlier's' Win ton. and ISidlcy Jonto Dyethburg. .'uulrvrr), ib'm 'have characeiirdour pnliticil ( ally or ihrin as hai"hing! pariizan spoke poUticiaus. [I ; The advantages are tho same that '

k f. : .l: cvOss.ioadonttw! High tower tivtr) to Ca*> From McMinnville to Jasper ruutests hr ft in fore. ricurrilous insiiiUiitiuns Itd' the business of the Nation, and :: we derive" from clarification' 'in all sciences, '

.' ,1. \1l1e. From DeKalb courthouse, via Short mountain ,mould' break uuliut.i opeiid d uuuciutiou. I (till where we have a great number of objects which
.: From Flberton to Carnevill.T to Manchester. 'aki"l war upo hiofficer*. I only comj j i''I we wind lo have some ready of
> I aud a party hoping (or Ub .!ioaves irans. referring
ft. ; ';: From Macon; Bilib cojniy Geor (i3. via Pine. From Milletsburc I in R Rutherford connty. via aud fi-hes of ibe AdiniuU'raliuu: ouid ; plained ihai they spent I w h'.Ie s.uiun in'' to ; the disadvantages are. t ,.j&je names "lib. .,

-!t', .1. : level, Fort, V'-IIey D<
j "- I ;. house to Am"rifii From Nathville down the south side nf Cum pall ilJi.1 by a."ult upon me. net Miniugcr..uaid neglccred our our right understanding ofl.betrue nature and

S ; ". .'.. From Spurts. via Powdlfon Double-wells. berland river, by Willi>In Shelton's to the month Mr. DuMuing !Ii.u.. fled. 1 e ( (, The people have 'I turned out the If.ir.-. n'rt' : meaning of the word,themselves.. Fof'ourpre- "

r, f t S i: : n From_ 1:.McDoriniigli. tM Chaiubei'n._ store and of Syracu. *creek._thc>nc' <>_to crossing} .at (iilib.i' jib iiiiputniiuus tU |Ih coucealrd, that !those, and if ihe'rflforiis maila tu persuadeyou
J t && II U I. 10 alllJlOwn.' Terry:'by ttraxton i..ee1*, union Crockett's and I it woula have beeu t.eiter.' tu have .ul iheui ; that I. have lost caste by it adjectives and verbs ; or. if oar readers prefer it.1 ,
will
: 11 '. i From hYtelw.teri.o..worktl.'llIillloud' \. the Sulphur' pingeto Nashville. iii.the tUHnly' frui of I|blitical i diriment. i f aot'l I with ; you, i: we will use. the term noun as including that 01
them .
I S ,, nd Jauies '.. Louisville.! .. r sure "Ufnr iu '['j-ctiec. '
=
11111. to From Sevierville Tenllf. cee. via Smoky first euudelQ' tbe rrHcticeiifIUIC f. i.

")'\ From Forjyib.,via Bureu and Herrington's rniuntain. Shoal creek store cott'. rieek po.totfire : ....:..I.y/.r._ _auy.. ..L-. ,,_ 0.IUIJII n_._"!; IU'"riling. .'110 As to lt iimitfe' of Florida. Ineurerntrided A noun, as the word imports ;is a XMM for' il J .

", \ store, to Fayetteville. to Pendleton, South Caruiia.S ) 'I would tl wild him i in.j 1U41ralert. i speak of them in any other term than ufj j I.01IJeth1lur.I whether it be a thing immediately -, J';
.5 concur !
4:' From Decatnr. Do Kalb county by Pace' Ohio. lie intimates swelled iba opinion. : .re.p,ct. gratitude and aflVctiou. 1 admit I f I examination of the HnHl'.or an ob

.r"erryoo the Chattahoochie, to Marietta. Cobb S From Greenville Fort Recover Grant- that I "i'l'ru1| | iittti i. ( that I 'was ia a.state ".( great exc.rlatln"I J-cl which we contemplate' only by the mind.i .-

"\. .: t county Georgia vile Montezuma. St. Mary's an* propose todi-tiibnie some of these ajuensi

S ... -S. 'Frum lirniiswick, via Benjamin Lile' and Van Werl. 'I'rtutury. only ti mike I giaud flourish LeI wife wit in Europe had and j ink. clas .. in>rder that by a comparison their

S .- Wayne courthouse, to Hnln ,*ville.i Fnm Rlmel..ine. through An- helm: ., lo SardLnis. I .r* ilia people in I vaingloiiou* tio.. uf thought .it .. I mi he..h meanings may teJL" -* ...a 'j im ."

. ; r-. j "; From, Alacon. Georgia, by Lumpktn\ in Stew. in Drown COUIII,. .I what bid i 'been Ito .',.. detraction. h-r hiriil.a140. th-ii never sec Nounjugr.
'I ';' art to Ir win From in Brown I. l"e. IJ11. A favorite kruther had ju.l fal.
\ \ : county ton. Alabaai I. Georgetown r nnty thrnngh f wiibVoiiqueni tops Ex Work
S 1 ; I "S '. From Lfaelt.iin. Walker Georgiato Ross- Frcesburg and New Boston,to. Felicity. in Cler-' "i! illeilit.Lgi-itie% i-uiiudVnce. { of len flair cutituectril l with our unhappy Kill *'.er. hunt ere .-I

\1&"m", in the same county. mont countv. II. he.a s political cnnt'iitioiH, oml I wns ..,uiled byri"If Speaker.
S .Slayer
S ; From Athens in via Walton great ojnipaihy f-i t'IO Treasury. jaud hll' .Carri er. -
Georgia Monroe. From William bnrg. through Bethel, via calu'Miy. mid .me i i.1 l dtI* The
.. :0-. paiiioiUm and tiisidraiioi_ w. afl (. ( llliU.'Ir.i nt"JtniDIr' this termination in er is oovi.onss .
'" county, Lawrenceville, GwillnencunI1lf. Can Sbirprburtr.to Felicity, in Clerinont county. 'U1dIIJ'[ hi'tieat and |ii'hfol effort' it ,
.\ S ...... ton. Cherokeefcoutity, CaMvil'e: in Cass comity, ,From Wet Union,1 Adauis county, to Hills! l.w tutu iu it. presrnl Ilubirr..edJ i| fond i-' .;: I wa nioff than human; nature IV.touM yoii.-r' bear 'l wArps in expreww er be the do er vf thing. These
considered
: i' i y Rome in Floyd county.Souimetville, Morgan borough in .. tiiiiI.io_ nsk 'lair much when nj may a.* formed by ad-
:: Highland courtly.From I ..kil | *p.ak ..f ihese iu tfi"* ih termination
I ; > county, Alabama and Hume to Decatur. in said Greenville, via Monteitima da'ikruutcv; tbius:* fideral.o. ;; er in mich word as art,
Celins be I
t more hi'pffvsn | I *
\ W
1,1 y-t sum* errrd the gcn rou uul f. carry, &e. In the last instance it will b*.
( tste.S Mercer me -
f 5t and Van Wert, to Defiance. wh. f'he is a
t up ny quite us much ; iu ol..erved
LSJ IOY'I.rniuu. nolle and li'ieril! pople have done. that tile y'i. efce<1 into i in the neir
From Columbus, Georgia via Fort Mitchell. From Van Wert, via. Judgo Cochrans, to K.. e'rs.NOW since 1 should an
,
; sin
I : Florence. Georgia, and to intersect the kteamboat lida. S. : lIvuas I iu : have .pnngied| l-elore. had 1 supposed word.'S.
I .; > mail line BainhilJ-e.) Gforgia,tor Appalachicola From Wapaukonetts. via Hartford and Judge the rsiimate ur nur O'lrgaie lo have' mad I| Downing condemned.my intemperance, .There are some words hi er ,which do not lit "

: .. 4; .5. and St.iseph'aln Florida I Cochran's. Putnam aoni.ty, to Franconir. ': such inroaiU upon' the Treasury. .larrhi.jIs it passion for nullification of provincial-lawn my nify Uut a rfwr.such as murder 4. 411f', fagber

p \ FLorida I From Kenton. via Lil1l Shawnee, .Amanda, will be a'relief to him, to .ay,-that the two and mv inaatidlejoyat the ; and have,we h ve the word murder er, and 'we migb. .
From T&llahas. to Jackson- large sums io-eried errors blun. such "a word lafhlereri the word
I : ; ee, via Alligator. and Guilford, to Mercer. for fomJI"II& fortifications Hers uf our !> >
i | iihlureI fear he has not I *%her i. formed from wocdfc4.. -
'. title. Peuiacoln regulaily the
at %
'
From.Froy to
Coyingtan of:
"i uetu'lihri .sjs- dealt candidly, ith riu-i termination
; m. er is found Grrnwn
: From Mont-cello. Jed'elflltn rounl,. thiongh From Sydney, via Harden to Houston. tem pr'. "rted. approved am* in traiii uf S I m fhe %

: ,. i1UamlllOI county. to1 the .G3dgdepapring, :U; From Defiance, via Brunnershnrg Washing eeuiiuu founded estimates of r- After that .hnniuUII'uer I was pulilish! lang.iag and in the, wme'a' i.se ; and alto in the Latin ,

S ;: wannee river ton centre. St. and in upon Major I from hint Greek, where the termination or, with the,
; .\. Joseph, Denmark UI.in.and Chase H ho thai Mr. D. rrreivrd t> truer ou sob. i.
I ::rT j From LangtbnryyCamden county', GeorgiaTia -, Perseverance, Stenbenville. Little, prairie of rul me, never heard j'cts exclu-irely, in ithiih, he p"llit same signification,is also of frequent occnrrenct.Noun : -1
S ; Brnut-forl Haddock's. them iley! weie in the 'prioted'lp.. IU1 he.
ferry, Florida. and Pretty rlllirie.,to Lima Indiana nti l lie v,*on man in the S in or S ,
;, S From Tallahassee via Inla. to ft Jo epb. Frrm Perrysbnrg, via Waterville Bentou prvpriatidn) 1 hope no' ore 'ill hold 'fenior\, or will r* Act or Proneciit ori, '-f

S S : f' ., :., From Haddock's Jefferson, Georgia.Fiom .. Gilead. and Ottawa.to Lima. Ohii. him r'.pua.ihl for those appropriations.Th [ ( gret yuur. retiring ( C.uirel more than foci or. Oral or. :
niy elf 11
I
I :, : : Montieello.. via the Mineral Srrin&s. .to From'Slaumee city, via Swauville Gran.ne. put.lic will aNo lu\y! due,. credit ( i would 'rather to marrow s"e you Visit or" Cnrator. I.
io'the )
..oflaceoDilIe.! Turkey font praine.and; Eaton burgtn Lar.'ette.n u place than to it myself. I know We believe .
the fl the "or
be e words'in all derived
companion bad for the are )I::
V Kutac. Treasury, and i it is a .
( the LUtlo :t5 Josephs) Williams cnucty dangerous Mej I.succeed mhLh from the Litin. while
.
I the satisfaction you.! the words iu er.geaniae :
From Jeflcrsontown to Harrojiburg,by ChapI' hexpres es for the
From Mehnore. via Attica to New Haveu. course hue'yuu raided the uf Saxon. Visitor
from and .
post other words of the ebiss.
a of Delegate .
.J the.Administration
for
i 5 lin Taylorsrtlle I Frem allowing ihe five '
Tiffin .
I' to Fort Findley.
; a much bare are written
F..ridl' I y'wu donr> (for nsil J
tr butitwouldper.
the ;
hundred
\
: ; '
I i From Shelby villa to Harrt'onvilla. { From Norwalk 'via centre'or Branson thousand dollars: .
\ S .. \ From Pikiton, by the mouth of fond Creek; Trnxvilie. ; -to the,Navy at IPIropriafrd'ur! I '' so much have you caused them to haps be a cood rule to confine all the terminations \
0 .
'the
# ; i lr PtalcoJa, to 50' to 4 expect that but in or to words realty derived from Latin: for ftmay
.. e\ Lerla evart bo.., Virfinia. >: ;. ,I From Lower Eindnsky Montgomery cross] surplus ( ;I I 00' none you can. tatisfj, w be laid down as a general rate' that the nouosin t
I
t \ .. \ I or, u the nadir will
: S ; I '" MO thsaj i ia oar comooa'I ,
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to 1 : ,
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or 'genuine Saxon growth ST. AUGUSTINE : MARE'E JOUfI AL. to enforce the City Ordinances.lie .. STATES. Ma '\4'
I' it ordainc'd by the Mayor and Aldermen of '
Female noont in itt and tx. the of St., Augustine;that jfroiu and alter IX PURSUANCE OF LAW. I. MARTIN : \ ,
T IB39: City i '
MARCH u
IUR DAY. ,
8 VAN BUREN
0..5", ; one nouns in er and er hire special terrain this date all and every fines'and forfeiture*inrpo PniidtntofJ* t'.ieS

. r. J1tlOD/ .to denominate the female. doer/ thus, thatflu. >ed by the Ordinances of this city now or here' (i< .mor& do hereby declare. and knwn ;
:'. ..rdnc. :Piaciplu mad Uda PfoC1k. & 6 a ter in force;shall be recoverable, costs of .. a pubic sale wilL be held at SI.Augustine .. J
't The' aecvttd exaaaple show that these word.ro. .. .__. I suit,by or persona who wit: for .1,n the Terntory of Florida, on Monday the 5th '
The following is what we.learn from tbe best any persou 'li lay of November ,fur of ,
the
an simply made by putting u f to the end of tin; ,the same, before magistrate of the next, th dJpl .
any .
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--i ,word in cr ; and that in Aaal rat tie rowel ha sources of the recent. depredauons in Middle shall one ''moiety thpeiaon or ]public lands within the Jitbits uOrrDotndtorhp -, ,: \ .
persons
t,, P\RT OF ST..AUGUSTINE.ARRIFLD. go t and .. '
." been been original! ; rrc
dropped the word having Florida: I who shall sue fir the same, aud tie other moietyto j oldto"DbplioleEt ;
. ", tamttrttt. dome wordf in u, change the term District, .. .
the for tbe fide
the night of the 10th nit City Treasury :use.
nation of the masculine a little mtabloU. ttteti.This Un Monday, a partysupposed .ciy. Yorii of the Bait Lin aid Lass of At Muidiate. : $
t f Passed rtfiu Feb.. le3S.Test. .
'4f'j' termination en IS.found in tie Greek lau- to be fi ve in number,attacked, the *" P. U. DUMAS. Clerk.-\ t'.euoDtown"hiptJ\ a,.3,4.'ld6. .toft' ', i -<

". gum- with the same signification.. ling of )'. White, It miles east of' dW.i-1 March 8-Sch. Empire. Southwick Charleston F. L.' Mayor. .Mary's River. of range twenty thret. # ,', :
1tL. We hare aUo feminine nouns in u. formed 1 2 days. MerchaudUe to J J H tdrick Alvarez V.\NtY> Townships I. 2. 3. and 4, and fractional to"A ; '. -a- i
miles .south of the Augustine '
f from the Latin such eiuutraproitntrix intac and three &..Noda Mies I Pinkhama, P B Uoutan. P AN UUUIlA1CI relating lo Carts, DiayaJ: ,bip'5.ufrangd twenty four. -' : : # d
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).', such as ken, k'.roine. Killing Mrs White, Mr. IVhtie'a tie.s.ew,_anda, Heriet J.l\el.ou. Jo Baya J.M G,)uld, J Kta, Carriages kept fur hire. Township I 12.anJ'8, of range twenty five. :;i.- .i. ; .
,*.' negro, and departed without couimitiing any rob J L Lyon, G Birtlett. .O Howard. V Sanchez, Be It orda ued by the Mayor and Aldermen of{ Township I. of range twenty lia. .-, l
Nouns in skip,(German tcleft ) to be S W Henry, J. C. Clelaudanul oilier the City or'-St. AIuttine.'rbat bo person shal Fractional Townships I.'2, 3, and 4. ofraoge ." }
!! upposed
On a
... Lord. biir Wiir.kbip. ery. Frida1lJilt.t party I 8 h.-S b.. Sifphfu and Fraucii. Magee, let, or drive for hire, any Cart, Dray, Wagon wenty seven. j jFracton,1
..n Feilow.ship. Friendship. eight in number, attacked, rubbed, UnJ burued t' Chajlrsiun. :Meichaudiz tu sundries: or other carriage within she ,City:without baying: Townships 1, 2. and 3, of range ?-Y :

These' words in dip have tbe final syllabled+ the dwelling of Mr. I'eud.r-II. nine;: miles south Sch. Lur.na. Swaiey, Indian river. first obtained a license for so doing; rrr the eaty I'' ;.,'. i
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l I'riY, from)the verb tnaJbpt, which is to ..b. railroad Clerk of the City for the time being Fractional 1 2 and 3 of .
of TaUahtsaae, and three miles west til the 9th.-Scb. Elizabeth. Charles CuuDci townships range ,
Krnyou
form the word Lord .l
to to thingNow
l give a any who fhall number 41d the same, and fo twenty, nine. -
vis". "an old Saxon word'MUiewbat changed and murdering Pendarvis' his wife and two ton. whicli license, the sum .of $10 for, .one year'of South of the Blue line and East of td. Mandtas. a; t :
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'. SDcaim loaf gbiug, (hlsf ord)) hence I sup. children.. On the subsequent Monday a small lOth.-Brig Nimrod -, New York. $5 OUIX months;for each cart, dray waggon,or Township 5,of range eighteen.. .'. >- >: 1 \

mould mean originally "the doing that which becomes company of Talabas! volunteers were surpri. Tn B. E'iC.rf, ; & Co. utherl' carriage, shall be paid for the UM of the Towuihips5and6ofrangeniueteen. '" ','.fA: : '

., a lord. Frvndtk'f vow uteanstle ttater H.-Sch. Peru, Plllf' --. City and one dollar for the Clerk :of the City Towu-bips 1, 2, 3, 5, mid 6, of range Iwe,tt. : --'Hi" '
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$ -i*' of kin,Jrirwdu ongina.ty.the wJktng of[rind.. seJ by tin Indians in ('lam mock near. the same \ E..RED. JSth. Council a a fee for his services 'in lining cacti Townships 3. and 6.of range l.en y on*. ; ,, f -j -f
Tbe word iconklp u u'e-l both a. a ioun and a I who'ahulnneof\ the through the .
; place party Hcroiae. V iiiduzert Philadel,hilS. license ; aud in case any person orjpeisous\ shall Fraciionalt"wuehipltowuships2,3,4, audi ;3, -" : .
.' ..'..; ., ert and'' it nwatu uonkiktf, d-nVt that which" tiead. the rolutiteers killed on.' Ji ialt. Ou Sch Erup: ', uuihK'irk. Charlestun.Sib. let or drive fur hire, any cart dray waggon or [ ,of range twenty two ,
: i. pd., Hence we we l.AlhlOllr v.skip, other carriage within the without having first '
Tuesday afternoou. (the. next day) Llnee 'ng''COI & Frauci Mlzee CbarleJtllD. city 'rowllbip.J,2,4,5.lod6.orraD&etweltl. i ,
the"bc.t' -
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; tt" when we speak to ruagiitiates. or persons *u* | obtained such license, or without 'having the three. .. ,
t itbority. .' in the employ of ou l.Ilelltjoaded with ,II, I humbr of such license (and no other) ;painted Townsipll, 2,3, 4, 5. and 6,of range twenty, I ':-, _
': (Words in dim, German 1kr".) hay aud oati, were attacked on tile Wacissa read, I SAILED.U. I figures not l less than. tnree inlnl.' on the ? J' .

' :. Kingdom ,Chruieu.dom -" eight mi'es! above Magnolia, mid about three S. Steamer PoiuJeii; Tratben. Black most conspicuous part of s.id ct. ,, (, n. 'Townships 1.2.3.4.5.'ad 0.of range twenty 1 1G"L
tf'O :4. w Duke do.'i..01ll (wi.e.d<,m) of the Crerk. or other carriage,so u to be easily seen ; and dare .

J This teriuiuaiion i is very common in the. Ger- miles e.t of tbe. St. Mark ri,.r.wo Si'h: Medium._ Magee, Key' Ducayoe, Ins for th management the ,auie.1 a"sober, \, Fractional township 1, of range twenty nin'. : ; '
tnaa language, where
r" -{I| rxpre*** iu the word ju t .given'the quaJilie. .; Jay ihU time a large body.of rvlunleers were 1 LOADING. shall Or every"such' brTence forfeit prot'l on'Monday the cODtioualoo.coouncinJ e _0
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.. . Word in y. (ti in German) trail --- ", Smyrna.IJASSENGKIW a.. That all license for driving 'carts, drays, of Uie nodermeMioned townships and fractional 'I. .
ufliidian i
4ft1t.. further signs ticept
.1 1 .' These words differ some w bat in their; mean. oal finding : waggons, or other carriages for brC. within the towushipd: to wit ; ; s

l' ; '/ tending into the .w.IUV'. In the Empire font Charleston. Mr Cleland city, .b llot oe transferable, be takenfor South of the base tine, and tail of the mtrIi. '. ".. .

.r A ings.Slave, slavery. Rub, robber robberY.In Tbe whole affair appears to amount to thi+. A hiss ami si-vrantj Mi
j these m,tai.es lite word in y dei>oies a cea- baud of Indians, probably.not exceeding a dozen, Mr Haskms und, 3 children A Mrjrez and 4 commence ou" the first ;day of Jan.ar. river of range (uureeu. ; .
lha first day Julr in each. if burtwelve'months.'shall 10 II, and 12 of
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i. ia'. .. year Towuinips range
ditivn.t."lie or a professionas .
; 1) frt.o.
very reported by lovers vf the sLses G Alvare; JC Abell.JHuskius. Leiette. -
!.;,"? 5. be lives by rubbery or viltain.y. or treachery, (many duz-ns were I wiarda, J C Roise, A Noda Mr Pry,fanawn, commenc.on[the first day Township 10, 1. aud 18, of rllnge I
t-f or knavery ;" all of them very bad occupaiious.g raarvailou! ) crosod the St. Marks, add in one I nod Capt Art." of January of every year; no' deduction being Townships 10, 1 1 2. ai.d 13. of rang se v.u- ': ;; ; i

: The word *f obbety' is now vfteu uwd toexpresi week killed ilo\eho peuoh'.. w unded three, dectroyed t In she Stephen & Francis from CharlesMr madeia; the amount to be paid for the Iiceme for lee u. =.. '- ,v ,
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conm.iitfd. .. there w.. all the intervening time between tbo ej dotes ; and Township 7. and fractional. township n. .nd ,
great
single act and waggons.
a two public
house
tnn Ken .
one, every shall have obtained such license !2west of Arredoutlo's iid .: '
lownthipl3ofrng9
'cummit1ed ) It ajo be obeerred. p.roo'who .
'a. robbery. that iu all the lately.instances abuse r>v*>i. except almost within sight 411 the Capitol of Florida'They h..VOTMCE. J shall be,obliDd they ,arej hereby required. eighteen.Townships daiu.J ., t?

riliainy. the syllable arc plead betweenthe did not go into Tallahassee ; pnoVibly they at all timei of tin day,(Sundays exempted 7,and ti, and fractional town.hip .

first aud last pert'of the word From such had beard of the had. accummodatiouslor. etsaug T HE unemu!i icd have a s'or iated themselve,;' ) to carryall goods, wares. merchindis and 9. [noilh oftrredutidu'rclaim) frdctiuDa town- ..
"it instances aa 'rjls' 'rubber' robbery; Wft and Ier. under the f rm of .1! K .1k' .. Plunder the)-COII d tot carry away, the of the Mitulttale tendered for ref-sal ., \ .
Groceryfusinta. aud ''
ei or '
: 1"- might infer that word in y are nmn&j purpose r lug 011 cloudy. ; \ every neglect 3oinug.tWtHIJ.. -
r from nouns In tf many, which theuiwlves{ are formed as U raouey. there ii noue there there but Union .at the Store. 133, Hast Hay. Tnankfulfor 6 to .do,shall (forfeit or pay to.thu corporation Tow ship 7, and t. fractional township 9, "1

'P :; from simple verbs |lh sa, from the word ulave,' Bank which' might go at as great diiccuut in' :he p-ttron-ige| liberally bestowed. they.in.licit the sum of ten dollars.. Provided ays, .rb.at [n"tf: ,\rredoiitlit' claim;] fractional town- ; ) ., i

P> the word*slaver' meaning a ship encaged in the the Everglades el. where. t continuance of the'ame. tbe owner of such earth dray, waggo t. or other hip U. [[sort of ArredondoVtlaiin.] fractionaltownship ,.. -.-- '"? -
slave trade has sometimes been used. Many of(', M. RUDI Y.- carriage; was pre'engaged to work iiunediateiy H [with of Arredoudo's claim.. ] sad t ,. .
these word iu y denote a place where somell i.I i/ 'From.first 'u last there must have been nearfive J. A ROUDY.. for some person, or .ba.1 offer such otl ier rea"on< township 13.or range twenty one. ,

iskrpt. or a place where all'tnal. are' collected, hundred voluateer iu cl>a.e. duly aruied j JNO O'NEILL. ,able! u'u'OJ.ai shall approved of by the Court Town-hips 7.'ald ti, and that part o h ,- I '
I Charlatan. March 6 1839.II 8w. -1 or magistrate before whom case bi diips 9,10,11 and 13. east of Arredu .".. .f. .
, or a plate where something is made, isPiggery. with piktolji,bowie knives,double barreled guns, : ( may lying ld, :
" Drewer.y. Granar.,. bad I brouh. \, claim and township 12. of range twenty t o."owl"hil" -
.tu.lner.I'acor.yo' Nurseryv and all sorts of.uurderous weapons. They IN TilE{ COIf NTY COURT-WiiraZ County. Tn.t. ,drivers of carts,"dra)I.t(wagron4 ?. 8, U.. 10, 1 l: and 13. of rang ,

Some. i'f them signify an art in which sense "glory enough fur use foitnuht.. Someoitheta 7* Ac mutter of tkt Ettite vf ) Notice of I and other earns iiges' in this city are sirictly'prohibited twenty threeTuwn.bips7,8,9.10,11,12and13of' f
back wyic6 dis'trersing Ceo. S. "ult. Jec. ( liachirge.NDItESV from driving at'a faster rate than' a walkor '. "
? they re akin to the firtt examples that we gave, rode a,whole day on a horse's u 'range. 't \ I'
U WOUD. Administrator of the slow or through the etreeir. and four.Townships.
trot pace on twenty
claw: of them
jUiough of a_noie respec'Hcle to tbe'uninitiated ; an J.some A
r- Archer.y. Carpr ntr.y. 1 I Est tte of Ge ur.ce d .31..ueidee. haying approaching or tijruing corners of street. they 7, S, 9. 10. II, 12. and 13, of range / .
: This Gnnner.y termination doe not to belong fasted Il'Im bit kfast until ,supper lime, with no 1 I I allj"I'td ih,' ac iini with the li.irs and assigns yhall not 'drive (.sur than.. walk. jAnd any twenty five. '

: -, to the Saxon part of y our language.appear) It is fnind sub.isU-t>ce whatever, eicepl{ bam and br adalld of cud '"tale. hereby gi,es no/ice. thit Ituine* white' or free person of colour viol'ing'. The sales will oath h kept open for two wicks "

1 4" Lath in Greek and Laiin. and very often in the the contents of a liquor; fla k. 'I I lately after the eJtl> iraiioii of six months fron the ,clause shall forfeit and pay the 10m l- (unless ibe lards. are sooner disposed QI', and i-o J I y

former language in signification* the ame as it Floiida'ha rrceited a not1wfu') le.sun d lie hereof be wi I apply to the' Hon judge ur. la,; and if a slave hU owner or employer' shall longer ; and n, private entile of land iu the .
Such words as Middle thbaunty court for Dural county, for n full and '''pay a like sum ;and on refusal to pay the soma, townships en otT'read, be admitted un'.il after
"k;. now Piety has in-our own Vanity tongue.'. Humanity J of the calamities tu which the Lust has been long I I I final seitur-nt of his accounts with the laid estate I II I I'said slave!) shall receive not less than, test. our Ihe expiration of the "II ek.. There ill b-j. I

'4..lE"\: ,.are derived; from Latin words which end iu tat. exposed. If.ucu horrid massacres cau lie perpetrated I and for his discharg eu such administrator.Jan more than'twenty..'tnp in the 'mnrket hu-,, excluded from the sale herein procliiUfd.l.nJ. '

a'pU'&c.-rall, Uayttine.Not I iu the midst of a thickly tellled country, 3, 1830 4. That the following rater be allowed cartuien AfJ\rui'rjat d fur the use of school, military or t'
" ( -. for 'loading, carting and unloading,vii : ,,, ., also lands covered by private .
.." .--. what must have been or is bow. the conditionof B.li\CIi\G SCHOOL.Mtt. For each load from the City Gat., east Conf.iiK:
ew : [COIU.CIIICUID.]" i our sparse and comparatively unprotected AUGUaTUsi TATIN lining returned of Tolomiio: Street, along raid street, and lands to which private'claim. are aledged, which \ ;'

l."' ab fast. Mr. Hot Corn ; the sexed population T St. Aug tm"', an.t>unce to the public nn the east ''side of Sanchez Creek :d a h>>va not confirmed by law togetrhe : '

( \ .:" i question i* a long way from being'. so entirely! U e staled in our last that the house of'Tares and his former p Heratd'i *
settled as you aflect to matlle. If the lire. Dancing school on Friday Ev<*lIhuE. the 22.1 iiist. the waters of M stanzas River. ; 121 cr. rosy be cut thereby, and therefore made to 1
.;f '. daddy" (whose testin-ony )tiU rely upon tons itaz.te".. at 1'icoUta, had been dearrted by' l for ieiulfineii. Helm taken the Lung Room Fur each lord any ditnceynl.io lire require new subdivisions when such claims shall :

_.:'. tain 1'00 in your seriioji.. thatouriUauk'issolvent Ttiu damage we understand, has been 'iniicli of1 Cal lisle, situated iu Charlotte Street to above limits. 121 httvo been 'i "I
! ; 1t ,-' ) has no bather evidence to base Iliu'rm- greater than our first noiic would iin-kate ; alt' /whi-h there I* a private entrnnce.' Sir. T "mJ''f For' e"ch''; laid any distance within the Given uld surveyed.r my h'nfla: the City of Washing t .

'; "Inn upon (if he has really given one 10 the erfecl the "uud on the weekly A...iiiblifa to the Ladies and Ge.i- above limits to any poiuuuuthqfCaooT" Ion this fourteenth d iy of J uly.! Anno 'u-
.you atatethn nub a. u before the pt l licvi 4 -to wit, the dec*' tu>n <>f tar Bank ileir.l fear place have beers ti;t .f J.t I Summer ititiilh. should! subscriptions be made fur e.rh told from Canovas lDe.run By : ,

liis' ronclu ioti w ill..re lone prove to be lame ajirlimpotent. The 2weiliug a.. out bUIlz ,. and tl.i 'leinain. Ill.to defray the ell| -
aii l that the 'mf.itbful pr..ini.e. to pay der of the feats on the laiiiuiion ol 1 nutsIVzapiiAy. i Titin oJers al-o to "instruct in the art of Creek, of any intermediate place, : 12i CummitstfRcr of the Gem land OJjiee.. t
of the" Life and Trust" UI' h:iv. to v imt if For each fund from within the ,
: may t I.iticin2.. ant priviitecla"a, rt-queit'-d. any point NOTE BY "
aixiiit 11 : '
the ,htnMe ;" nne htpntile't' { eneath the 1<|. on tile IVoLu toad : Da\Kif tuition, thi'e tinifs "er week Tnesdy first named)limits to any point west of THEjCOJlMlasiONER.It I

4': I. hammer of the auctioneer II is n-1 cna'uniaryr Innftuu this city. were burnt a fc w dav s since.Until *:Tlmrcdav*, cijil SatiirdiHn f.r yemng,La- Sanchez Creek as;far a Sol.m.i's Old i* understood to Le i I contemplation to *a r. i itatl.h

t. under any r.uld..r .\id. lire v*it h which I am acquainted within a short tiu.e ,a.t lUjs place has been di4' in the.Af>eruonu. .Mo j. id accept lha -\eiationsof all accused t and.I'riJaja for (its ntVmen.iii the Erening. lines running from the Fort Marion to the ninl.l.of Florida, at a, ron.iferabl.distance to '
k party as pronf of Iii. innocence <*i qu irter-3 lussons east side of St. Sebastian River. j 2 she .unb of tbe lands i bout proclaimed forth ,

';1\'. "ith whirh he is charred; er to."dheeezidque.. uous are thought lo be the work of i iucendiafi tea': w-ek"Half payable, ad un.. For each'load from any point north of protection of the fronti!* r. which will afford an' .(\

ti"n"i i. not settled, and our b nk' dp. s not per N. U. Mr. T will\ also giro lessons in Music Cauo"a Lane within the first specified limits toaDY ample opportunity to 'nrc!
.\.r stand free from suspicion.(resting Upon its f>+u privately or by clasV*. <5 point of _North City south of Joyner sates. tu examine the.I..I 'lid, large'portion of II I

acts entirely) of insolvency. Da ant,-I Leg l distress FROM CAPE FLORIDA.' St. Angunune, Feb. 19, lj39. street, continued to tbe St. Sebastian. which u reprcseutcd as being very valuable.

t- yourself nnnecisssrily about" that are ele- Miner oj Capt, Knst'U.-tiy the arrival of i the River, .> I'j 2'NUTICE'TO PREEMPTION CLAIMtTSN.Den I' 1\ .

," ph'ht;""*' thew are 9.e'" do not in'the leastdisturb US.. Steamboat Poil tlt. Capt. TRATHES, from ; E. GLISIJ sCiIOOL.1I For I each load from south of Canovnt person claiming the right of preempt \

him j they may excite his pity' but can Key i4Clyne. we learn the melancholy. would have ''
,-- never arouse his an-er. If you not the 23th I the Re.Mr- Hackeit, most respectlnllyauiiouiicas Juyner street. j 314 proclamation, is nH]>ie't.-d to prove the same to.
tour monkey's. paws singed" cage Pug-, and Capt. RoisKLLof the U S Army: In to the ritixens of St. Augustne; that For each load from any point north of the satfnfaction of the Itjgi ter and Receiver of 4 \ '.

steep him out of harms way. ** air; Cap Russell, while deocendiitg the Miami,.1 he has already commenced teaching school in the the City Gates to any other point so'uih of the propperlaud office, and make payment there ./ t

COLD Corrxx TO TOCK HOT CORK. River in a boat with seven men. wa fired.upon i I l home belonging to Capt Mickler. situated in Joyner Iret continued to the St. Sebastian fir a:soon asprnaitaltfiafttr see ng this notice, '. .

he t! Charlotte street, in ;{which be will receive and 12] in nrder tint the c'sintj ay.Le adjudicated hjr I .
wonnded'
in
Ma..GOt1LD-Nu' loag.mre a< me choice from the shore and severely | 2o<) feet of Lumber constitute load.
h heretofore done
y ; carefully; instruct, as ; has "Ial thosuofhcers agr"ea61 lyIn yin due tuna prior '
spirits raised a hue and rry against the Hrr-I brea with. two balls :'he immediately. landed I I children who, lit IY b.+ confided to his care. lie 250 Brick,a load. i t the dry api.c-intcd air a mItlPI.mcnt'.r "

LL' old, and rang vp public rareiinj tu iontlrmn and while forming hie meri he received another also bets Lave to inform- 'public that he will 400! SIiin lei, a load. \ I '' I Isle public Sale: ; and all: 'tlarth not July, "made .

,' y_ar paper, yourself und'ywur mrres- _in his Uratu, which immerliattily killed him. ,n spare no pain< or trouble far the improvement of til.i full HiheaiI or Pipe! a'double'L, lJ. kIlO\UI prior to ihe date af jfes ;ere -declared j. .
They then welcomed, )e.. bailed his pupil...and thong r (114 school 11 open to all, One Tierce of Rice or Su:ar, a load:.' bylaw Iu be forfeited. s
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pondrnis. ..f the boat in which Capt. Russell was were 10,000 without distinction of creed' yet he depend more; (h .Barr.I. half a I"ad. JA31E31VIII1'CUMB. ". I '
,, with joy and gfaducss; the .|)i'fnraace anew i -r r' : .
' t tubli<* juuruh! which, should tlimeiri- :I roond< of animunition.andan attempt,wai ma da particularly upon the] patronage of,the Catholic. 4 Cord nr Woud.a loaf' ,4 ;, Clmmisi"er'llGc.uul LanJ'vfiuc.PUKMC ., .
| for Every full cart or of good--wares, p
Hate pure and rirtu.ius priitcipl
peace and iruib thrungh our ""d., I too success. .icm'VOODRt1FF marching by land Ymins beginners, per''liluter, $3 00 enumerated and in bulk and ''ei ht, not \equal' Sr1I1EM :\ "

. : did fondly hope frs ut the promise it jave.to with the remainder of the company, earn tip in Those mote advanced, 5 00 to a full hogshead,or pipe.shall constitute. .a] load. Of United Stales lands in E 3t Florida. ., i\

1 the public and the known intelligei re I.r.be a short time and after a little skirmish. dispersed Fur liiiok keeping, Geometry, Surrey 5. That if any owner or drver of anyfc.nt! ; deferred far a further period of ': f '"I
editor.I 6 (00 dray; or other for hire, shall demand or Siti'ty I 0 .
Edi;: rlike yoursrlf. lr. Guutd, .ole fort had been established at tlejunrtirin :; ing. &c. carriage Days. r ,
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i ) that a new /ra' waa N-out tocnmmencf th"lndiln. .t'aiholic' parents are informed that he will re receive any greater rate, price or prices fir! the mjOTICi: H hereby given that the jnblieL -T : t t
e presume the history of St. Auga$ in
t ol l and Capt Rn"ell was engaged in abandoning i tint 1., Sunday t ch;ad. and. t<' the public services of this ordinance than are allowed, the MI the 1 lib'day uf Octul.er last, ti> beheld at the -'
lad fro tbe dignity and respectability f which dictated its oc*. tlie-chiirrh.. whilst children of other reSisiniM. de person a.. ofTendin;. if n white person or a .free Land Olute at. St. Augustine in 'ast Florida. J. .
itl'its'rorreipondenta 1 bad hope much the plan *> operation noniiiiatiou will be allowed to attend their own ,, pertori of color sh ill lor every such offence pay'' un Monday; the! 3d in lant. as snail not have _' < ':

would be dune to renovate and enlighten cupation had been changed.. places of woisliit wit ut inierfjrins with their a fine of five dollars; ,,and if a slave.hw owneror been uttered at the date of the receipt of Una o. \

Ibis community ; but how sadly I IlCU lit< religious princi-ls.| ( : employer shall pay a like inn and on rel"S'il notice a* aid ofhce, M i'efrred' until..anJ' will' -. 1 i
; appointed : instead of fotlowiuK ibis liifehtniudrd A chiaiant for hues, is nut again in :beAeifjr Mr. C will give, lessons very nislit (Saturdays to pay the name, the said Uve shall be deal with commence on Mobdey, the JIJ.r.1I day of '11 rch. '

e! c.ur.e. it beau; to assail private calling' for priK f. He has admitttd and Sunday*excepted)in his School Itoom ass i*provided iu the third classic oidinanre.' .text.Also -
character in its" aigt\ttore It talk from 7 o'clock to 9, 10 those who may choose to 6.Tint if any person, having obtained'a license that the pnb'ic! sale of buds ordered ; :.
curs the
lirralsi's duddj', ati'l sufficient we should think to da away receive them from him.) .afnresasd.hall,within twelve months he be held at the same place on Monday the I7tbn .

about" paternity,-'the ihiuk necessity for further proof. When to Claims' St Augustine, Match 7. 1830. convicted nf four utTf 'aj:inst this ordinnnre .r., i"n deferred until. aril llcomintnc| en .
d.uGhiur fly the by sjl bore any nvagi'trate rthi., city, either by him- Monday llie"eigliUenth day of Marsh htit.

,-Ii bad better just give the N"'r'U.. Guar fur losses can manage in any decent way to Cheap Goods for Castt 'only.t et 'or,an1-other person or person*driving! the A P'JiticuInr ciiptinn will hereafter be given _____

damn a hint to tech bis rollgtt'better man shuffle off that which has already b;"eri fastened t U S.atJ..crlber in rateful to the citizen of car.drIY. waggon, or other carriage, to whichany or the tiacts and towni*,ij.s.{ the .\I! s of whirh '\.

nets than fur those in i luliury to mock at him. we may, if n* think it <>f the Territory of florid i, and pal.tlcnlarl, such license refers, he shall forfeit such Ii. rill be deferred until the fourth of larch next to

old folks : that no -JOM! rumrs of it. upon of the city of at. Augustine. Jacksonville, Man cense. and shall not be entitled to receive oDe' in puree[ ml to this notice. '

I have often observed "bat 1 tbought to sufficient/ .importance, furnish that which he duru. anl Black (;reek'for the lilieral p IlruDa e les+ than twelve month thereafter. Given under, my hand at the City of Washington i

> I.ir catch at. but a'l prtttndt require. ho has received of thoom'' and solicit! attention to 7. And he u further ordained by the.authority ,tills firth day of December. 118. I ., : :
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be baits, hung out y ltu this adyertisemcnt end J rhir!'of public patronage aforesaid. That all ordinances or parts of ordinances : M. VAN UUREN.By : : .' ', i. ..

first j Juitlid not notice them, aud I supposebrush The H!>o7ll. II. anD and DAVID LEST. for the present year! Finding the city 'overrun .heretofore passed reguUting carls, d ay.. the President: \ .
tbenn'fflikrjl/r*. and not seize upon with transient traders, he is compelled to doa waggons or other carriages, be and the same are JAMKS WHITCOMB. :ter:

them at all. if they dad only infant yuure1t Esq arrirrd.in thi city on Monday eveniug cash b'i>inesi only' to >nbJe' him to cjpe with hereby repealed. j I Commissioner of th. General Lan t'Jt' CI. : .' .' ; I.

when they He.l to ab.ent fmhn himself hand Passed, IGth ....1
bu ap|> jour last from Tallahassee.The others, and he, pledge to keep on JanouT.I8. '. I
: and fiit-uds. I.do not blame you ; D'11 thinkit a superior asxirtuient of all kinds of Goods in NCY, Slayer. SELEU.l SEJlINARY \i /,''.< .
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yrur duty in defend them v Superior Court .for tho counties of 'his line of business, and will! sell them as low if Test P. B. DCMJS. Clerk._t tFor For 1 ousg GenUcluc, :, _? \

., read at vtbicb I *c- : not less thin any others in this city wholesale! or Under ," .,
1 some j..ku'tep. I IS 0 of .
years age.M ;
St. Johus and Miftqaito commenced its les- from his lo'iook .
retail. Any foods taken store .I'I 'I.i. .
I bad .be I Unsh rxp ;"
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knowtedke rty nty HE A { respectfully informs the ::\
and returned in four hours, will eletHul ,
at nut
.ioo on Tue" .y,last. twenty Stum.rarka(
4 For instance. 'tdllt the adttttitC'mentii" .
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rnse. pareutsof3mru3Genlfemetrunder Syears
Picnhery '
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be con"idere-1 sold ant An| advance charged on Capt. JaH Nucl. -
I thought it too Ruud to let g/v unnoticed. wishing credit : should fbf ef age. that.he will open her school on"ihe first '-
Mr Curritl's resolution, we understand, hive hens 25 per cent. Any r.n" Thursday. Passengers
1 then wi.hrd had some frieud .. their \and lay of March uext.at lur.r..ai.t". lice solely for .
you iniict expert to pap m re.for good*! by ia to bord tbe Boat early in .
failed in the Territorial Senate. This U as it rta.lntt. goon Boy..-and that they will be instructed in o'rtho- .
articles
.e selejtrt doe.at KotOd fur (the Herald but a tailing at Ins stores they can get man

r assistance was scarce, fierbaps it was at Lnuld be.. for lulf price by.pay mz the cash. His a*ort- t'It : that Ionic ,r phy, Reading, Wnlin' :. Arithmetic, Graur- .'
it W ,nt consist in of ),y-ood.. Fancy articlt's. M expected I.EIWILLUS. roar and. Georaphy. arms, $5 per quarter.
j well to I let |pan. I'[ ni part Picohta .
Mpn- Esqr. will run a regular STAGE from O" The Lew."will be pleased to give rile
LeitAli\e'Conndladj.arncd
learned but when I The i on Ladie0 mnets llat, Cap. Shoes. dots, .
lam not very was t thi,' the above four insertianl;aud send the bill fur ..
Tools &c.and tn to meet arrangements pay- !
chip, end went to school I used lo "re d l day the 9th inst. having been iu session nine of Hardware.nearly Cutlery.article Carpenters'called for too numerous, to of tb. Boat. place went to Mr. G. L. l) tLLlrl. : I

a \VYebster's Spelling Dook. and I recollectTtu, weeks. mention,every hiving received from New 'lurk, Philadelphia St. AugusUne. Ftb. 20,.lw9. i i.0TICE.

bare lead a fable about a farmer and a law-1.ere { Charleston and several other placet ;
if the mural will apply, The Tallahwee Watchman has gassed from FOR SALE, \
and you think an extensive annrtinrtil.j! and will g continue t FOR THE TERM OF TWO YEARSj .'i .
." you'raav quote it. or refer year reader it t the hand. of Kn wles &. Hntehins. J.; -Webb receive br n. .11) every ; cold rinds of various HOUSE occupied by Williams & I. PHILLIPS and JAMES M- \ .:.
Volume 143. become df fripion<"whirh s-all if at He THE GEORGE }; \ .'. .
:x that rdifybc page Esq. his. the proprietor. h el as a .h p.ori Charlotte Street Lea I. appointed myigents
la abort tb* News, (ruin boll I d'+e< not wi-h to puff; hive the public to the Wharf and the O> ter House connected to transact all aecoiary business dry n g. i.::\\1' t
come and judge for thsmselve*. before purchase Ctiaicattbjiberaw.orof t.baeuce. \ E. B. GOCLBP r
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desrrndedynvalgarismsaodblackKuardistr't therewith. \
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Webb spp.einwd Secretary can .
Judge their f '
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: I"' tf' ,.' 18G. THE Town of St. Johns i is situate on the OF All persons wishmg .

.,- t.. lt ".'1:' .,-: Dec.. 5.:Cash paid Ambrose coor.eriJ, Dec.Je:6.* :5. By cash received of Bernard Florida, about of five the miles noble above River its t.junction;Johns, with East ST.; 'SEBASTIAN. what Library they will wili please have.select (roS.g
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.-: I ,, sertues at City SeiDl 2000 the sea, and twenty miles below the town of Jack a tract of One Thousand Acies, wes 2. All Strangers haii'iL
: 4iq.25.10.A'OIl..12,III$10 pcir 44 Do. Joshua Joyner, 10 12| UPON Sebastian's the must
b sonville.and thirty five miles north of St. Augustine. bounded by the St. value! of the set of books borrow b
\- I. : month ,, ; 26 00 Dec. 20. Do. Antonio Alvarez 491 23 The nearest point, where it could be Proprietors' have laid out a cumber of Lots extending returned. <-
!f ; '" '.!: .1 Do. James M. Gould 1837.: V .
for
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importance or
possible! to establish a watering place of:any from the High 3. No subscriber win ba '
.. .' '' .' .' .. ,' .,...+, !- ;' ; printing.years 1835-6,' i 34 12 Jan. 2.' Do. Philip Weademan,' Clerk fMarket. from .its being perfectly open to the the River. The situation U well suited for a more than one set of books 'afle S
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.. North and Ea.st.-it receives all tha advantages of Town or Village posscsses.mafly utr
',, i. '; .j1fb,,::.. ;,,;''i. ; i .......,9 : 3. Remitted Van Brunt Char. : -r Phlllp.Weademan. Poor Fund, 1 50 the trade winds whioh blow across the Gulph of advantages. The St. Sebastian: like most of the outeltrapay.4. All kcepingbooluweek
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\ .4 ,, '.: .,A r-: >41i: .., /. lestofl.for2krgCUaJIkbOOkS, 25 00 Febv.2. Philip Weademan. Clerk ofMarket of the Sea-
,- : ... ., .. "" .Florida, at the sam lima divested of the.keen: Rivers in theycinityls; but an arm will be charged extra.
t.. .. ';1/k/ \."I'...* .. ..,.. .F.b.li. Culipaid 10 Ueuberi Pinki .5664 ness peculiar to 'a residence on the sea coast. and affords the most excellent fish, oysters and 5. Any books taken
.m.i..Jr':: ,: ') : : ; .- i ham the Do. Weademan Poor fromtMtj'ri
> ; ,for removing body of ; 'i: ,, Philip the North East and East
The water opposite the town is (ceptinz; in jilt"ralnYlea5on.s clatns. The prospectto: in
.wI .' torn or damaged
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i 1.\t4" : 'Wm.Nelligan/nuntheAVrtA.! ,> Fruu 181
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salt i the Bar and South is extensive and picturesque,
) as thoroughly a at ; mon wear, the damage most be
j ......f ; ;: :I. Beach to the City 1000 'March 2. Philip Weademan, Clerk of pa"
: ': '::J\.J\ : ,\ .,: .X; Marsh 22. U.R.D. Fontane improting'Streets Market, 8 68. ; consequently as beneficial in its ;ffecU for sea no point does the City of Augustine appearto ,6, Itwill be expected thatu loan ,,,,
'. '.f.:' .. '. :. : battling and sea air. During ibo tine the British such advantage from, this newly selected will be
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) 'iC' :,. 23 00 22. E. B. Gould, Mayor, Poor Fund, 2 50 Harbor and i S
\ .. ... : were in possession Florida, St' Johns was a site ; from the Heights the City. TERMS. .- S
I'i I k' ? '.:r ; April 18. Do. R.D. Fontane, do. 5 56j April 1. Philip Weademan, Clerk of I t
place'of t considerable note ; it then bore the nawcl Ocean may all be had in view. For each volume week
".. :'1,. '?')L .'-r: : .: t, iiJay" 2. Do. Philip W-aaeman.Sr. Market Market, t 9 C2J the Yard and vessels I built The Health of St. Augustine-has been long per S.j
.:;4rT:: '{ ,.:: .: ; : "' .'{ '... ClerkIussatary, C 50 44 4< l'halIP\\eademanPoorFnd, 3 31$ Ship many er Subscription furl month, $jtji
: :: 1 f .' ,'' :.", :}.. -Y. "Jont and launched from tnU convenient situation. known and appreciated ; St Sebastian cannot Do. 3 do. :
,; ;; :> 2. Philip Weaderaan, :: Market May 2 Do. Philip Weadman CUrfcf I 4-4,00
.. > :. Steamboats and all other vessel hat i be salubrious since it is removed from the "
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-: : ... .... -;; .<)' 'f1 : CIerA? s1ary, f an \ Market. 43 61 can cross Do. 6 do. ; 6,50.
\. ',1 i C24! :". Do ., the bar,'may approach within 3d fet of the town, City not moire than half a mile. The Sea breezes Do. 12 do.CATALOGUE.
'1.do/tJ/ ; I ;v.. u.,: for Caty Candlet,. June! 2. Do.Philip Weademan, Clerk of I this the 12,00.:
'..r the river banks gently sloping to the, channel.A and the absence of pernicious air. make OF
AI J.l&r: > .fi''J; .i' 'I,: BELd.for Patrol Room, 2C8Jccount MarIa 22 37| BOOKS
'" [ ... t subscription for repairing the ok! King's Road finest climate in the United States.:) .There may The Abbess 2
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: <.ti-; : :: '" :. ," ; i. Do. B. Segni, Council Clerk, 2 July 2. Do. Ph.lip Weademan, Clerk of
:. '+::< :', .3'. -., "' ,. f yrs. salary, 25 00 Market 13 lEt from tit. Johns to St Augustine i 14 already filled be rapid changes of weather and sometimesrude 3. Harry O'lieardon S.S S

:.... ''f:., ." ;;;::i';.':" .; : .' ". 8. Do. V. Sanchez, Letter: Paper 3 50 44 5.Do.Geo.L.rhlUlpsTazCol. with an.amount sufficient for that jurpose ; and winds, but generally the air is bland and 4. A Father' Legacy, :- --
!. ", .;- 44 10 another subscript is afloat in th s town of St.. wholesome and seldom do the Inhabitants pass a
Do. R. Present .
D. Foutane J Ilolyday ,
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7tr"'i, ; ; .t*.; "1i', "f:; ;;.: improtingtlreets leclor. 14445. 't
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..". : '1 :..k'" trc, .7., Aug. 31. Do. D. Allenrcpazrznfeiiceof' lector 89 5 road as far as thalllace-thut' savit g in the distance The Orange Groves, which used to be the 7. Suuenir 3linstrel'A., .
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J wIi ') .:111' .Pl from St. Augustine to St. Marys at least pride and chafm of St. Augustine are recovering 9. Jack
*" *} : : Ilac.Sp4n.JalOIbJ.i, 12 00 Sept 11. Do. Geo. L. Phillips, arrearages Major Downing,
1 4':1J'l.! '1," I -;. .. : N.pt,7.D..MnbrootOOpCr.fOrbrdgi: City Taxes, 66 60Nov. 50 miles. Stages and Ferry Boats will be in immediate from the severe blight of 1635. Wuhall a- 10. Tales of Romance, r
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: ,,-.J .k.. 1 \:; ';4' : #;Maria Sanchez Creek. 200 00 2. Do. J".. A Llambias, Clerk of operation tot the accommodation of pas- gain.and soon, have oranges ; and the beauty ofIhe 11,12. The Listener, 2 vols! ,
; ; .i : : fl Do. B. Clerk Council sengers.It landscape cannot fail to be improved when
,; ., i 4t.: Segui of Market, [ 223 09 13. Nautical Reminiscenu, *
.. .. r ,: .. .?. one yuarter salary, 12 50 1838. may only be necessary for those" ersons the Groves are spread,as they will be, from the 14. Tt lea of the Drama : '.
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'. ..:{ 4 1 .:' i. '..... De. R. D. Fuutane. 2'g1UUU of : April 6. Do. Jos. Llambias! C1.tTkJ wishing to take an interest, to observe the names ancient city along both sides of the St. Sebastian 13. 16. The Wept of WishTon.Wia ?'
I \ .._. of those who have d loU in the to the of tine. The situationof ,
: '" already Heights :5t.l\u '
P" stone and th. .engag
i carting 18.
.. i1'" '. ,- m same for Market. 222 2;) 17, Stanley 1Jniton, 2 vds. -
: I .; 'fi'\ ; .' ." / "': r :-S the causacay back of the CourtHouse Hay 16. Do. Charles Robiou, 33 75 town of St. Johns tfo be assured 0 ]the firmness the new town affords great encouragementto 19. 20. Discipline. 2 voli21.2i. Rh.

L4' : 22 60 July 16. Geo. L. Phillips. 10 00 of this project and the certaioti. of its rapid suc those who shall become proprietors, for thecultivation Lives( Baudiu
_. I'. Jav 0. B. i Clerk \ cess. A commodious be speedily completed of the Orange the Chinese Mulberry
H ; Segui of CouncHftns '
: : Oct.. 30. F, L. Dancy. Mayor, C5 00 23. Scenes m our Parish
a 1"" : a good wharf and a school house and and tropical and other (ruilt.
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i. vflcr'saatar1, 13 50 Fslkoner
;;, ., ,.i ( "11 i.; _.__. ': ... James hi.c.Do.Jos.ALlzuzbiCi,3tdr. church erected. St. Johns offers advantage To sad to the value of thi- property. there 24. :: r,
f;, : 1. .r ) P. M. Gould, ""at, ,*,,. .w 195: every Trials and Triumphs &J "i
fr J I ., +\jj. ,: .1' 'r., ." f.arl837, r. 8487i e I0j 1 to settlers, as also to visitors. The Mulberry are never failing Springs of Fresh Water, of superior 26, 27. Kings's Own 2 vols; ,

4 ,";:t.. : 1 1S38. tree, for the culture of Silk-Orange!: trees- quality, and (lee entirely.from the taste of 2. 29. Dominie's Legacy. 2 vola. '

1' arsa.27.. Da. Michael Andreo repair' Fig trees-Grapes. Olivcs: and the bther useful Lime or any mineral flavor. 30. Belinda,

I I tt;; .. i.: lag streets and causeways 35: 00 _productions_ ..._n __ :_of__the__ _:earth_'L_,L.can'...Le'. culu., J.n-hted_L u'here.. .._With_ ... ...a high. and, dry, and corumandinz'.' u _.. loca-'.-_ 31.32. Scottish 'Chiefs. voU :;
: .. '. ," boo John Segui repairing .. as wen us ill anj lumai lailiuuo luiuuguuut mu nuii, wim a lOvelY prospect wim IS u u .n .. ..- 33. Rurality, S f ,

'f-J., 1""i. "'\I" /. streets and 35 99. -) world. Placed near the entrance of one of the bnty as :a mountain region could afford-there '. .
I '. .,, eauseways, 34 i,35. Private Life,2voU. '
: !., 'i"'" .- ,. J. ''' ". 'J'' ". '" 29.Do.lt.D.Foutanerepairiag'' ., most beautiful streams in the: universe the advantages being no reason to fear agues and fevers, or the .
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? f --! fJ a. streets and causeways 11 25 : :.,.. .. .:4 '''''< i town are pee liarlf eminent country fever. which ,It\fuund\a\ \ less favored 37. Life of Black Hawk ";

: : '''; .': -" ,.-', ,31 ay. 15. Donation to the City. of Charles- .7.: ,. Jt.I : '. the river navigable for steamboatsupwards] of positions. With ample space and capacity for 33. Lecture in Prussia. ,. ;;:-.q. "
;/, ;: ',,'. 'i i" ;- .. :: two hundred miles, into the heart of fertile the of lira olive '
: \j..t"t ', .., .4.7.. t**, 20000 ; :.. very a production orange, mulberry. -10 American
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;. -: Jaaa 1-. D. Levy Attorney for Bautt4. j I ,,.' 'fl'" = ... salubrious country which doubtless will and almost all kinds of fruits, herbs and flower,, 41. Bungay Poems :
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4 j > I"-I If Loring settlement of con .. \J. .' / ) thickly an proximity to 42. Baron Mnnchausen ..
settled, where numerous towns will be' ( St. the furthest of the :1.,
.. f'f '. !H.tradiissid4foruiJdina -, ; ': -fJ't formed Augustine; point projected 43. Laws of Etiquette.
1. iLi: J I'- bridge over Sanchez Creek. 225 00Aag ,: ..,. f fI :,, whose produce must be conveyed to ;this natural .village being not more than a niile removed 44. Naval and Patriotic .,: .

I .' t I 'i; ;,. 1 1 8. B. Segui!, CICTkOJCOUiciL,3' ,: ;:. : .,'. depot on the way to markets. This favored spot from the Sea Wall ; w ith a stream in front 45. Ambrose and Eleanor Songster;. :
I \ ; ;. .. ;/ will be the resoit of fashionables and invalids abounding in the finest shell and other fish, navigable :
.
i J' ruarUt's salary, 37 50 ... ,. ': '
1 .. ::. 46. Sinbad the Sailor -f.
\
t .),' ,t'. S :- 8sa ..12. De. AntonioMvarezforco,- .- ,; ". ....,,;.. ; :: .i # ; ) throughout th6 Union. It may be worthy of remark for steamboat and offering facilities for 47. Scenes <
j .. ,>,:, thJt St. Johns i id far of'American'ealtb.,
its of 110"7 n. ,-. JJU'J" '- .. remote from Indian bathing in the Sail Water-the proprietors persuade
//IIi- -* ', -
\ \ 48Burton's Comic
1\ : _-. Admi'i -I".I .J.. .., districts and. that the moccasin ha not left its themselves that their deserves Songster, f';
at of Betict ] '
attendance enterprise
I" .<....J.. t Segui. .. .w '.; I.. -., { 49>. 50. The Old and New World '
2
: vols
-\ '
within ,
,
"' print miles of this place for to succeed, and jt will with the t
trust meet
as a ) many years attention -
: ,.'t' t \ ;. .t".i.II..caHOJ 1.:'
: ; 51]L 52. The Polish Chief, 2 voU. .
J '. "' The water for domestic in St. John it merits. JYJr
-
Dirk past. use
..1"I .H-j. City.vs.. Fleischman, year ..; ; .; 53. The ; *
", ; .. -.:.... ;) .. .',.,. It.,'. .,,.. \ ,'* .": 183.;. ) g D .. ;...:iJ' ''' ,. : I -;\t: is excellent, and numerous sulphurous! and other Donations will be cheerfully offered to Religious 54. Library of Romance S :: .5 ,}.
"r".1. ".:f" ,,' ''Ii; :' .., .I Do Manuel Garrido .- 7. I; .. I. < mineral springs are found in the nei (Jborbood. Societies an.1 Churches and. to a Seminaryof Ktaralitjr, :
impO"l- 1-
,. ." : .4 > .. ..... .. ; .. .J 55 I ? The Cabinet of History '
,
;; The river -
,
( ", ,. ,.,J.fllII. #... .} I sng strecta. 29 J'f' \if:. ., .1 .-, <:I.,. opposite abounds in fish of the choicest Learning. 56 I Sketches -ii..YI.
.. \ ,, \. ,. 1 I, .. It Do. StephenAnauazteisdance ;.':"". :' "' ". :,. quality, and oysters of a superior kind can Application for the purchase of LoU, mav be Turkey, '* :Cfc '
4 1 .
', )10 ,, '- S 57.5 Richelieu. !,.
;,, .: .!1\\. ;. .. ., l8llnu, 1ft the eIlU ofthis i be obtained frou their native beds |\\itlnn the made to } L. DUCT, orat the Store of I'. B. vo '';
.
.........,, ,. ..S. : rl' of two hours 'the woods in 59>, W. The Modern Cymon, 2 YO:,. '
.5; :. 5't-:, ,: 4 C;Iys. Du4kkuc/irnaaijears '" pace the rear are DUMAS: in the Cily of fc't. Augnstiae, where a r .
.-. ". >' "" ( -!'':'"t"'< '. 1835-7, '1650 : well stocked with deer .wild turkie and other plan of the tillage is left fur inspection.! 61 I, 62. Self-Control 2 vols. 4//.;1' 1
: 6 3. The
I .. '} :.'If :t: i ? In: Clerk game: -within a few miles are the Di 'Plains N. B. A number of these"Lots will be Three Historic,
S Countil
'1\- I'. I .' ,; ,','''' I'!", ._ e" ; Segui : of ensauarter't ; '1'. '.... go soon 64.I I C5 '
vols.
:
.' DUcipHne,2 -
.
which
I' ',;" -: ; salary, 1350 '.: : natural savannahs, afford rang for many oflere for sale auction. ? -i f
: ,
# .1 .." J ..' ,', ;;;f1 ;t-!. ,* n.. Do. Jolm L. Williams, repairs } .5' "."' hundred feed caffte, and some of the r cI.estlands.. 66';I,, 67. Sense & Sensibility tel.. "
: :
f .
p
55S 'e;j i I f .:. in East Florida in ; Regular St. Augustine aiul ::68',, 69. Travels in Bokhara 2 vols.i. .
j j ,.pump, Jan..2t, 1837. 300 .. are ch. e vicinity. jTlie front 1"
t ., ., ),. : I'j CIIAULESTON PACKET. 70. Ill in merica. 2 .
,1' Do. Tl, ". Douglas,furptpjes- S .; :; .. lots in St. Johns are 100 feet from the River at ff Refugee vols. 'f. '
f S .' .. Mnal..mCl1'aadned in theeaseofCityof&tAugustineJ9 J .L \ high water ; they contain 601 feet fro tit, by 105; HAVING returned from the North 4 2. Col. ,Crockett's: Tour '(,

, v.-.. : : .:' ,.. .". .- .-* deep ; all other lots are. 100 feet front by 105; in & with the chr. EMPIRE take this 73, 74. Owen's Voyages, 2 .or..... 'j>. -

I ;S '.. Dirk Fleisrhman 350 00 '. .. t ;. depth. The principal street, called! the Avenue opportuuny to inform my friends 7 ,>.!t>. Valerius,2 vols. -l. t
I '. _..._ .. ;zS. feet : and the public, that I cbtll iun. 77., Gentleman in Black
f M TVk. TK/v.. nmt S ';(.: !' iiua .the ,' ;, I runs a promenade 20 feel wi.fe.lo bejshaded by I'I r heretofore between this roil and Charleston with .j Indian! Wars, "" :
S .Kmcu L case of ; 1 J ., .. ._ ..... h i
\ S S Si. 4isguzt .. vs. Dra'uted Sf me jiagnou \\'HU urange, tredur. ts.iy tree nnd out interim'siou (unavoidable accidents except 9. The Nun t.lis.

.;. ; ,. 0 Loring, ,30 "l : other (Dutiful tveipreen of this country; Park ;: ed) for the term of thiee years Summer and] CO.:( Travels in South America

It S_ -S :' ., D*. Thoi. Doaglaa, for profettunol : street is upon a similar plan. The mall! in front I Winter constantly, aixlaUvavs will be happy to 81 1 8i. Allen Prescotf 2 vo'a. '

I : -." 4 tereicet rendered in tifogeofCityofStAufustintvi.. : :::\ will be ornamented by a dotiLle row! of Pnlui accommodate timid try to please! all, and will take 63.C6. to.4, S.,. Delpbinc 3 vnl *. t

1 -1 1 \. trees. No building! exceptingvharvc..-', will Le pas ne aid freight as low as any other vessel, i.88. &9. GilJ5Ia., ..Yol..

; 4 ... Storrt and other t; 10 allowed' nearer than one 'hundred fee from the et it toP what it may. 90.:!31. History of England, 2 YO''..,

; .. 44 Do.: Thos. D.uAlu, romrnu,* 09'V river. The whole town i is laid out on Ian, inclin TJw Empire has 'lew ssij 1.:*, and i is newly cop .9.2. The Criminal CilenJar, z

l I ", : ''1>0' '; .. fi m Df2j per et.for recei ting. .. -. ed plane reaching an altitude! of nLout f ixlf feet, 1.etesI. _" 9'Arabian Niphto. *-"*

4 .. S S : '.: aiid'2prct.frpayLng.utas ) commanding a good view of t!... rive/, and the I trust to my friends for the-main support and I 91 I, 95. Robinson' Crn-oe,2 voJ..

1 ,. Treasurer 66 hi r.er lots overlooking: the sea. No ex )eiie will soliit: a re.vonoble share of patronage: from the 00, J7. Peter SimtJe. 2 vols. .r

'5 : i! Balance due I. the.Corporation, 122 bo spared by the Proprietor of the property, to 'mulIIC: enera'ly. LYMAN SOUTH WICK.Fancy 98, !99.: Midshipman [ul.2 vols. S

S render M. Johns both 11/$). The
__ picture" ue am healthy. t..li.uglldiIiC & Pirate Three Cutter..
r ; S l,676,20i .fl67& 204 A full block i. allowed for a Church aiid School, I. S GOODS STORE. Dry ,I 101, 102. Pacha of Many Tale,,2..01.. 5

S J S r Test,r. B. DCMAS, Clerk of the Council S _ and about 20 acres for a public Parkjhich is at SUBSCKIBKR: has .. 103):: 1U4. Jacob Faithful. vols.

\ present thickly wooded with Live Oak Magno THE 'New York with a large just and returned 105 106107. Children of, the Abbey, 3,.!-. -

: last lia, Cedar, and other ornamental trees, arid on fashionable elegant 103, 109. RadIO the Reefrr.! 2 ToP,. :'
of upply
: S City Treasurer's account for the quarter the year 1838. the highest portion of llie es'tale. The! Area of of GOODS Comprising every 110 I, 111. Cousin Nicholas 2 vols.i. ; "
variety Gno&
Dry Dootn
F .-* 1838. the St. Johns S Fancy articles. .
I
.. 1838. property covers about WOO) acres- Shoes Hats and Ladies \ Ivanboeby W.Scott,
-f 21 l'li Nov.-Paid to E. Sr-RAcui for a '" 20th Nov. Received of Thos. Douglas. the whole of which might be,built upori if requi an assortment Bonnets-together with I JJ :3,114: MemonsofaPeeress,2ols..

,, -. .. S S \ cofBn 10 00 I10 Treasurers' balance of City funds, 122 09 red. Persons wishing to make extensive Orange [ lery All of which perf-imery arc for sale, hardware accommoda and .ut- _1 15. The Young \\ (e'. Book,

S 28th-Paid to DARUL S. GARDMER, lit Dec. For a license granted for theatrical Mulberry groves can be provided withjpor- ting term. ZILPAII on 116] :, 1 17. 'fhe Water Witch 2 volt.

t- S legal$ representative Dickerson & Pe. purposes, 2500 tions of land of frdm 10 to zoo acres. [Warran : Silks white black and col'ed HUTHER. 1 18. Arabian Entertainments, 5

-- S poon ; a house declared to be a nnis- ., Respectfully submitted by ly titles will be given to purchasers., j' Satins,,do do. do. -large assortment 1 19. Sketch of Illinois .

S. S .. auce. was aold |Iby order of the City ". B. DCMAJ, Terms of payment accommodating. 'I'\ Flo.renceSilkdo. do. do. 1 2i). Female Biography S S S
do. -
f S ; Council and the proceeds deposited in City Treasurer. For further particulars apply to the Proprietor t. Black silk J 21. The Book of Hearts, %
Serge plain and
", 1 S I the Treasury, subject to the order of tha From (A* Mi.tu.-Ord d, that the accounts Dr. ANDREW WELCH at rt..Johns, or to Gen. : ; fig'rd.: Velvet Garniture 122. Family Physician .

:; I .' : proper person, 38 75 of the late and present Treanrers be pnbliahed, P. S. SMITH. Agent, St. Augustine i Satin ; S 23.! Robbin's Journal *
S ; and
Ribbons jf124. %-
;!:j 1 :... S :, lit Dec.-Paid JohnCapo.. for balance and the Cleik of.the Council specify from the BLOCKS AND LOTS ENGAGED. gauze gauze Cap Ribbons ; Sarcenet, Taffeta_ and J Treatise on Astronomy, ?

5 5 : 'J' of expenses incurred Touchers! the items for which he ] ; Crape Lise<- li!2;;. The '
supporting money was Lot. Wht. Tor Hill
4 !, .. Slock. :j. and blk Crape ; Hat Crape; Chally Robe's., a.<; ;
destitute
I seamen, 10) 00 pald'i 1 126.: The 5
in .
Mysterious Monk
1
General Smith. Challeyettcs furnitare >
; .j
> Fringe
figured
S I' S S 4' ,.Test, P. B. DCMAS, > ; Muslin,,
r ;., Jl ri.: :15375 Clerk'of! the Council. 2 Messrs. Cleland & Simmons. DeLaine green Gauze; black and figured Vest. 127,, 123. Eugene Aram by Bulwer, 2 rots.V'IS :-*
S 129[ .
.. 10 Cleland &. Simmons.,' -. in:s, ) East & West 2 voli. *>>
Dall" favor of the ?
:: .1 City 6834 2 3 Mrs. Nicoll. Black, blue Dlcck and Silk Velve i:31.! Garry Owen "T'f; ,
S S b abject tojplppropriation of f20 for B 9 Cotton 132. 133. 134. Rinaldo : '
Mrs. Nicoll. Velvets; blk.cold. and firnred Merinos Rinaldim,3 voU. !if. ,

lJ \. ItatJo, .4S .: 1 ::I'Col. Hallow. -Pt..--?-n- -IIn,1-- fi..nr.d-,o-._- -H"nft'v-......a.., ':-_- __..? .-.135.: : Memoirs of Grimadi! t,
.j.vtct, BWU',
__ i ir' _: 5 II I.JO, JOT
3 Col. crossbarred liravo
lIallow.. and- Mull Muslins, by Cooper,2 vols.
-S HEJ) OVAL.1 ti ," 7" f Col. White and black 138. 3Iackenzie' 5000 I
: Warren. : dotted Fnlle for Receipts
,
Veils :
.
.... I
,
:- L. LYON inforn.stbe citizen Pcrfliiiiiery. -t. !
Sir Au. 6 5 139. Naval Monument
Col. Warren. Figured .
.5 -: I :' Dxaery; ; Thread Lace ; ,
;, S S : '. .. I goslina auJ the Publicgcnerally, that be JUST RECEIVED per schr. Princess, from 5, t 6 Cape. Eddy. .. j, Inserting and Ldgings: ;. Cambric Edging. and 140. Combe's Constitution of Jan, :
bas removed bis
5 retailing Dry Goods and Fancy .celebrated House ofJohnson& Co., 6 II 6 'Iiu and Master CampbeU.I Inserting ; Blond Lace 141. Domestic Cookery

,\ Stere to the house belonging to Mr. Perpall, New Yorh, the most complete and perfect assortment / '2 II \Jr.-Traverl.! I Quilling andEdging4; Blond Footing and Lisle 143. Prolix Letters, '

S fronting the Bay. Ho ulso begs leave to inform of PERFUMERY &c. &c. exhibited 1 II 1J: Mr. Fitzpatrick. Edgings; Brussels Lace and 144.' Stephen Burroughs.'S
i Edgings ,
,
them that he natjiut] received an additional for sale in this 2" 145-Jack;
city, consintinif of- ./ J7 1\lr. Bigelow. I obbinet Footing and Quilling,' Lawrence, SS
assortment of staple and fancy articles consisting COLOGNE 1 II 5 Uesene Black 146. The Blind ,
j : WATER, "- .' t silk Fringe for Mantiltos; worsted Lace Farmer, .-
I I in part of Irish Lauens. Linen Diaper, and Table LAVENDER Do. 7" 6 Reservek. It I Calicos; BUhops Lawn Muslins 147. Elizabeth aj
S for
S Cloths, Muslin de Laine, assorted .4 mourning, :
,. patterns, Bob- FLORIDA Do. 4 6 Reserved. I'' French Flowers and Garlands 143 Visions of Qnivedo S
t inet Laee, Plain and cross barred fancy Muslins, HONEY Do. 3" 5 Reserved. Ostrich Feathers and Marabouts 149. Alphabet Botany S S.

&-,. 'I I \k- .. S Ccmbric Dimitty, Black, and Creen' Lace Veil.; Also, the following select articles: for the hand 6 il 5 Reserved. I I I White, black'and colored silk,and pic-nic 150. Lady of the Lake ,
Black White ; Gloves
b S. and Silk aud Cotton Hose Linen kerchief toilette &c., now so much in repute : 7 ''I 3 Rev. I). Brown. K id. hoskiu, buckskin, and merino Glaves 151.: Abellino of Venice, '

I I \ Cambric, Madras and Pongee Handkerchiefs, Improved articles for the Complexion, I" :3 Rey: D. Drown. I Storks: Collar, Siupe'nders; silk 152. PeterWilkins, ,
.
-S : ; merino. Iambs
double and single wnrked Collars Kid and I .. I
Silk
Distingniseed for J >
.' S i'' embellishments the Hair, wool and gansey Under Shirts and Draw : 3. William Wallace
\ ; Gloves' embroidered Tippet Merino and Broche Fancy Soaps, Tooth Powder., ers, )54, 15:>. Pickwick Club 2 vob. :

11 i Silk hawll, black silk Braids, Sheetings['and Seidleitz Powders Soda Powders, 'Marshal's (tie.JJYirtue 1 ; B road: Cloths, Ca.'simerps and Sattmets, of different 1 56, 157. Legends of the, Librarr. Sjrpfe, )
Slirtinga.Ldie.andMeur..11ood..onetrunkS
1 : French .with Razor Strops, Turkey Sponge, of two writs of fieri ficias issued qualities! and hue.", 1 58, JJ9.; Yes terdaje InJrelinA,2-trnsrw.
Perfumery of
I a variety other articles Toilette Bottles
cut Silk l6i6ti'TaIes "
.: t t all of which be offers for sale cheaper than Do. do. Chini'glass Superior Court for the District wor..rf'dlamb! wool marine, mohair;cash- of my Neighborhood 3 vob. ..t
r 't aver fur cash. of Eal Florida and to me directed anSI deliver Diur and cotton Hosiery, 162. Lives of Odd characters. .
Lather Brushes, Nail rusl1l!*. Cloth Brushes, ed, I wi'J : at public sale Suparior Inborn! Victoria 163. Wilkins' Conduct :
expose in the Florence & Burr'a
i All goods bought at< Store, and city of St. plat Tus Conspiracy.
my not being Ivory Tooth Combs, Razors, Dress ng.Cace.o' Augustine in front !': &l'-h; 164,165.
,,p ( of the Coqrt House can. straw. British leghorn Robinson CtUoe,2 vols.
S as they are ba )( on the and
represented to be
may returned Lather Boxes, and sundries \ 9th day of March colored Straw Bonbets 166, 167. Lives of i
S within four next between.the hours ; Palmetto Hood Celebrated
hours, and the Women 2 vols.!
twenty ,
refund of
with'a
I -- S money Tosetlier great sanely of French and 10 o'clock at A. M. and 2 o'clock Perfumefy; Shoes full 168)1 169. Water :
r Witch
ed ; and I clout charge 2;) per cent., English and oflhat day, all s Perfumeries Fancy Articles the .
which interest of Fernand and
hats
I Jan. 28 J38. 35tf. ;. ? Mazy ArreJundol Sen. boys: ,
.
; are offered for sate on the moot; reasonable terms dec'd: in a certain house Hardware and
and lot situated said cutlery ; Loops, IXweeks (toni Misdate
in paper Hangings. a
I j by Z. HUT11HK. Dec. S I will m.keappJi.
city, and St. 1.
I jUeorge's street hounded __ calion to the
Public 1btlt'e Dec. 15; 1833. 30tf.THE Iait bn life? 8-tr.CI'.l'Y llR' theiudge of the CountY I
by said
1L > street on the South i Court or !
:. : S: :. 1 TO ALL whom' it may eon1ern. I give pub. to Mts. Capo on the North 'by lot belonsirij l :AUCTION STOKE minlstralion St Johns County, for Lelten fAd: ., .
lot
notice and do hy' of on the Est ,
caution all person interested Peranlt 31idarne{ I Corner of CharlolU Street t6 of ANTONIO
I S nnd on the we-tbv ami Public :.if
I Inhabitants Bridge Square
HUERTAS.dee'd.
of St. Creek
,
\ not to purchase from F. L. Dancy ahd Augustine and its -Tj- Subscriber .
:' ,, j I S Mrs. Janet Graham, all, or any part of the FEES ,aro respectfully invited to call and ken, Sen as the deed.pjoperty of Fernando Maza: Artedo'ldo THE the City Council.having been appointed Pee. 13. 1838 JNQ.: M. rONTANETIII :
examine to siitisf 'Auctioneer ,
RY a iplendid variety or judgment! andcosts ; for the
TRACT or Height of St.: Sebastian !
; and | City of St. An
S I S. WATCHES .J EW of'auuii: in favor of A1haelllowe.I "'tine.bcgsleav.e to inform
ELRY
all AND the
or any part of Six Thousand Acres called FANCY surviving partn |- Public S p
o. ?r Ac.: vs. Charles generally, that he I Is now I
S I GOODS, Robiou. Executor ready to receive .
BUENA VISTA 44c.
( on the St. Johns and
,t; t aN.-M. VMO.1' ,*. 1 I4IIUW__J..L.rtt... IUI. A erntory.. -- ana i: any and'any.l\ali&? The Snbsbriber hat iu.treeeiyed. -- -- .fmm.--. (.i..t... F. L. DANCY. Her) Hanhal. any foods-sale.on consignment, either for public OK FLORIDA HERALD
f -.e. private He
,
will
: Lots i in ibe City of St. Au ton, \ It.Augnstin.l.18th Jan. 1S39 i: also attend Public Sales AND SOUThERN
i t .-,' < Lever Gold long
S Lota and Land. the L'Epine experience in
S
except Heights of St. Se glish. hat line of kii'inens IS PCBLISHEJD S
for
I French
I bastian accidentally or designedly left out of the andjwiss WATCHES. TilE COUNTY COURT-StJohJC he hopes will enable upwards of thirty'years, EVERY THURSDAYGOU1D

\I .. mortgage are more fully described in the mortgage Silver Tarawa Tea SPOONS.; LADLES I ii tile '&It"tlftlra Estate 01) Notice''of him to give 'general satifaction. .

on record given to me as Trustee of my Cream and Sngar BOWLS ;' Sugar TONGS ; Rafad ."dreac. dt, t ; : His repilar : flyS
children for the Rica SPOONS and Silver MUGS.J&wzLftT. B. discharge.' Auction Sales will/take pla 3A1is M. >> 1
purchase money by tha said : JOhN ANDREW. one, of. the 'l'esta- Friday, if fair weather if every 'l.
Dancy and BIrs. Graham and which they refuge : Executors of tile EstJie Goods ; not, the next fair day. AT
.
:r -4, to pay. But if Mr. Daucy will pay me, as be is r Fine Ear Rmts-and fine Coral ; Jet Pearl, Andrew, dcc.. having adju.ted the aCCOunts of UIIael before the intended Sale. for Auction must be sent in FiVE DOLLARS PElt ANNUM, .

I' bound to, the principal and Interest now due on I,and Diamond PINS and RINGS. the heirs and auigns of laid estate hereb with .I. L.LYON. c .IfiPAYABLE HALF YEARLY I.I ADTAHC1 ,

d my mortage and not tell me as he has told' me' Gold and Gilt CHAINS ; Silk Gaards ; Coial n otice. that immedaretl: ar'er the giYes St. S .Auctioneer* 0. ;,
Augustine.
: _E i S that he owes me nothing, when I have asked him Ncllac.s : Gold Kejs ; Gold Pencil ; Silver six months frau the date hereof lie expiration of Jan. 28, 1830. 35-tf. "** ADVR.t5E31ESTS

4 S 1 for what is rightfully! mine-then I cannot object Kuiyu. for froit. te the lion. thc Judge of tile will apply .'.'} 'I'lfB. inserted at One Del-
I n j> ; And Court of St. John, S S larger square, for the first insertion and
a
his great variety of
> to selling and making' titles to-the .above other Goods too nn- Connty fur a full and final L. PHILLIPS ,
I .
settloitient GEORGE *
i : and
S lands. merons to mention. of his JAMES M- tfty Cents for each
ccsnts -
1' S F. J, VIE, Trustee. Fl J. QUINCY. : with said Estate and lullsequeoV.ne.
f.r Esqnires
;. 4 ; :: ,St. Auunih'flan., 1% 1839.33tf. It. "pstin., Jaa ., la. N. II sash Execator. his di.schari.e' agents; to transact are appointed my Longer advertisements in proportion and I(

. .It r: :" : ,- .,. It. .AuinehnIS !, i absence. necessary E.business during no one will be co sidered less thai aaquaro.

il',: .. ', :y t.... See 29, ISJt. B. GOILD. ,. A discount made to thoie "h
; : S : I ; $4V1tisS
bj the .ir.
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