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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: April 4, 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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,01 'WBATIIDEATur .rvr. I .. established; and;:the said marshal shall keep I man a*gun,if he aimed straihisownhandsL t,,'the game was in "MANUALi. LABOR BANKER.. "'' f
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," .. ; ?t t. MET. csoce* cuetkr.4 ut for'mileage in the; execution"orhWofed .TimothyJBoltbee prescribed all existing evils Dr.'D/ott. who has preeminent won the' cognotnen :. '!
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'r :llfJaatilMatJaJ.'li 'free!,;.: : j.Jk ".a'3xw- J'" within said middle'district,shall"be computed to'-imperfect education.. He gone'amongthoeir days of this paragraph,!lias been I. '.; I
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0 JUI,apse 'e ere banU*roan t'Wnp ., ,', ',...$1 Sec. & And be it ,further. enacted, That, the they positively'khowed nothing:" Hawas The most material witness; has bankkrupt been his; cashiers laws,

Tb.I tit I.W. t, ? .' ; '. said district court for.the middle district' of;.Ala. I for universal1 schools every,w leres on.the cheap StephetiSimpsoa,TTho main ieatures ofMr.-,

If" ii .0'poTtril dirneoma...:' powers of a:district court. of the United States;;I another,, I 2d.' Post notes (that .fictitious,issueswerotaeTcaaWer
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::' .. .: ., and writs of..error,which are or: I ,OUKCOLONL\L.1PD EIONB: I ? wCFt3, ."..: .r'. '1
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,' cf ell .. Ib:!luof t,art kin 5 ""I"I ;' ) JtC 'manner as the circuit court- -" ncntal wcrsfthe'following statistical'Saccbuht+ l una'f uu 9d could not get'an/, ; ',' ..

rt jbrroautoollii 1feuesthbeestrew'd : ., ;, & .. 9. And be of bur colonial' i account ofbtb.Jlouses them.' v'
'jillre 1 I" 9-No., 4. itfurthervnactcd, That appeals possessions cannot fail to'possess for all.,the'Dyotts
and writs of error in the nature of appeals shall some interest> "" were. purchased
AN ACT further to the with notes "' *
regulate .
', transportation post never
/I TbelrJDuJ'utud.I I I. ; lie and bo sued from the said :circuit The Colonial Office in Do : Mid V '
I : 'of'the mall upon;railroads may; court fi' ning street at the 6th. The stores and contents; were/'tninsrerrCd .: "
"k'Jik.; ". a opoo'th' ibort''r! ; t Be it enacted by the Senate and Hour cf Reprts*, of the United States pat Mobile in ,the State. of. head of,which. is Lord; Glene g, who (notwith.standingthedrowsyqualifies to t'thcl Doctor's'S i n n{others.7te.JThe .' '
Alabama. .:
; 8 Storm* iH MT.r root* them more. ; ; : entn* f tk..lni,&ates'nf America in Cvngrcti hichhcisreportOe&to'possess 'merchandise in the store was all cart.n .
; Ji.. .'rf-. : ,atembled,. That ,the :'postmaster; General -Sec.,10.-And; be it further enacted That should ought to'bc" ids'awoke,"with'thelwelghVof'sollmportant'4ehargeupon cd'awa last_Fall. The amoilnt ivas estimated at' .
., ':(i chi'dent of the earth.. shad'not ''by virtue'9( authority Tested' in him the judge of the district courts aforesaid:fail to I : his 8'50 .
by the 'second section of th6;' "Act to establish attend to the time and place of holding the court hands) possesses ,the:.entire eupcrintendencev '8th:.-Whch.tHc cashier r "
w Te tile paDdear round lal tbtoDl r, was m the habit of i
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.Rlrjrey'g1.r7bc.ntzb certain post routes and:to,discontinue I others! middledistrict'at'any' ;:iof its ,t.n, management t. and contrqL/pj thqi, following, ql Iceivingdcpositcs from individual or savingsihe, Ii
tb..1 .II. ".J !aforesaid,'bcforetJie close of such term;the our possessions:, ,. .
any ;
July seventh eighteen hundred and raid i them o o "
., "tJ kin dom. all bars approved ? went "the po tor. He had i"the! ,
tfcj COMBelorttb "- thirty eight,allow more thap three hundred dollars i business pending in such court shall'stand 'ad In North Amcrica: -Uppcrr hd Lower Ca'nadaNewBrunswick Doctor's''Tcccipts ifor 50,000! ; .
und y ,> : .: per mile per p tn'to railroad '.journed to!tho next term thereon .: ;Nova Scotia i Prince Edward's t. small sum from; of'depasitorsmostly ;: .. .
any company p pOordcposJtoriL, 7tI I:
Tu wondrotifcbuid. ., '. "in'the Umted'States for-the'conveyance 'of ,Sec.!1L, And be ,it further enacted,, That all Island,:Cape-Breton, and:;:Ne rfoundland;containing :''AccordingtothetestimonyRpotevez; n 8704)001) : : ,

J a rdl'I iid.>/.tJ'i, boo Ot more daily mails.upon.their;roads::Prop laws'coutravening"; opposed"to; provisions an area: of 455,000 square miles l ,'orJ279400,000 ,- I[.of'the' issue could h3ve been''decmed! 1SAnd- ; ', .k. .

m.aliatJ. ."tld dq''iW t tided 4 That nothing in this act contained shall be of, thb act be they are ti'fiereb Yi; nlcd..r. acres,;with, .'"a*populati"w aofw1,50Q,000of, ;'M the Doctor" managed'his own business Jn his .; '
t : : I construed'so as in any'way to remove,"or,impair Approved., February 1838. ichite.-colonists owe; rat. :so that Mr. ym a could hot"tell : I'J'J .
Eanbbe.buU"b Ubolt cans.;bow, : the limitations upon the. ; power orjhe.Postmas- :. ; In South "AmOTca Ieme'rara;, EssequiboVr where, the property.is! ,p" 0"I, I I;

.;tdauy t miMioo for her OD I 'L'. ..,'', ter General,imposed by*that section. POBUC-Na.O.; >>;.YT sn frtvnv\nnVl'tfirk' fliVilkljin/1:Islands;; The case is still pqn.1iV: *iJiilii" our" ref I
.ACT to,provide for the'location.and"porary ,tcm; containing an area of 165,000 quaro miles,105,., '
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flow
mortar furtherinto some'othci
Ttrtn sb tht 'JAMEs K. POI.K. jt
toy gates ... .i.. day : .1Q -
j support of the'Scminolc .Indians. removed : 600,000. acre, with a populati a of ,. ._ 1 -
.11ulorcoaetlaa- rearerJ'd! on.. .:i.' Speaker of the ffotue'of:Representatives... from Florida.. 't In-the Westrind: J ,:Trinidad,"Tobago ..' I I
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,: I> I" 'RIL.i1d.JOHNSON, Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepreentatites *- ,Grenada 8 1 Vincent,Ba badoes.'MontserraVNetisStKitts,5Arguilhv Furidanuatiih=AauT "t
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ben"filed,tW the WtlBiide?!wand, J' >'s .a a;;, : : !' :'_' J President tie Senate 'cress assembled That the President of,the United Bahama Islands,,.and.;iS;Geoijges,and;the Ber. ,-with tupport a powerful I" banking monopbjics -,. i! I

baD,b1a for],tii'Den b't unbound f_ 1 ,' of' : States be, and hereby,'authorised to provide a muda1slandscontainingF; ai ;arei< oft 13,000 Bank at'their cad eU overshadowing 1 wfth'exclusive'National.jwweSprivileges i ;!j." I -
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.A'ppr ;,January ,lSSD. suitable location,west ofthe-'States'of-Missouri miles; 7,720,000 acres, wilh'a ;
,. square; .* ,.popula-, ; ,'and I .
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VAN \ -- ., L exemption* pay. ., they will
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,Bentkam.-3ercmy ., wit ht real love BUREN. or: Askansas forjheScminole-Indians who have onUL'J. -n when won't.. "" .
of Science\ bequeathed his, body to.his mend, been or may,be removed'.('(Florida;.and to .: In AfricaU-Th'o Cape of Go )d Hope,;Mauritus Auxiliary pay PrincipThese they ho.rtcrcainstitu I

Dr.,Bouthwopd Smith kndrexlePirit, '; and a PUBLIC-No, 5. provide for their support' until, ;pushlocation ;'Mahe,and.the Seyphelle Is!amis, St Helena tiohs are above:the people,and the reach I '
beyond .
highly gifted;; and philosophical ,writer, and the AN ACT to reorganise'the district courts of .tho ; and that for these purposes reth'tq e sum of Ascension. Sierra' Leone,the Gambia' Accra, of the Legislature; wba'ever. : ,

worthy doctor took he best possible way of honoring .. .United Mates in.the State of Alabama. ,' .'. ten thousand dollars be,and the same'is,'hereby1 Cape Coast,dux containing'1.ai i"area, of' 250,000 operate, hoiver,. publicmischjefthey 1 .
may .d.w1'O'nnd'OPI
the glorious old philosopher.j Iw.had the TJc'it enacted Ity ike.Senate ajid House rf Repre'tenldtitet appropriated, to be paid out of any money: m square miles,' or'160,000,000," dens. with a1 population : .. is remediless. r'sshe.it '-, I I'

,' head with,.all the ,integurocntsv preserved after tf the United'States Of America 4it Can- the Treasury not otherwise apropriated.: of 350.000.'v' < Fundamental,-"A riaciplcof' eo common hatred J'
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|he manner pf,the South Sea 'islanders, and hoI gnu asteinbled'That the;State Alabama shall Approved,.February..}th,1839. In Australasia- New Wales, Van'Die.man'sLand to men." Authority.4. Q.Adams. E
employed d skilful artist to-model the fad and be, and the same is hereby] divided:into,three .1 Swan River,King George's Sound, Means purer t/ tcarrying.JTrYirAi' / !i. i!

had In'a'composition; so'as to obtain an exact districts in manner.following;to wit:.The coun- The following excellent squib upon the South Australasia ,,Norfolk Island ttc.; containing columns';.thc,1futionnl Intelligencer Twenty'seven of mad ..1 I Ir

Ukcncss and to make it resemble the liviAg man.' Ji .01,\ aJJrer,'.Pi kc.lJft$umter Marengo, J'eyDJbb "conservative" newspaper gentry',' wh ose'dread an area of 500,000< 9.W1re'r lilcs,"or 320,000 Wise rant about the danger: of the President ;:1 J r

This the artist has succeeded In; tho(features arcjjenevoloKse'find 1] Autauga.Cbosa, Tallapoosa, Cham- of'extreme opinions rovedts'their: .ever'hazarding I 000 acres with. d population of 120,000.' power and influence;>vith'an editorial puffin(oho. ,., '
and with the nn1"l'ld. In Asia-Ceylon, containinj an area. of 14- '
a sell vc bers.Shelby JGffcrson, and Tuscaloosa, shall .
i and boast in
l'"I' corner, a sly, another for the chuck
whatever
= any: :: It also reminds Us of I
hlrAntt sZili'tis 644 miles with
bnceaninsated ,11,771,160 i crcs, a
; ; composd'onc, district td mUM thc' iddlc'diSl square .population ler, that so feeble'is the influence of the Prcsi-
the Original t'and'wliat' fuloVUf the llu- 1, trict; 'rid'a"'co rt sh*l hi-ia for the [said dis our treason,. against those. "SoVcrci c'11. pWers; ," of;1000000. ,, ., dent;that his annual messages for two icnts'.hWlI ___ .
Ljje K that Bcotham' en'l1:1irIs fixed, on the rict'ntf/Tuscaloosa. .Tbe''couties the Thinks --'In' Europe.=Gab 'l.f, jCorfKCerigot -- I -
-oC-Jacksoo; -= U\UAJt. not yet bccu rt'fbirwl lu";lUir rinte :.. "
li1r 1itM. *I"''.1J.;. Jlr I "'t .St'CIdt: '1ft Fi1ns 1o ai"Coniib'Ai! <4"' ..- ) ,' j-ulODiai; 'i-Paso mltfees." ** r" ..***'** J-'"' P P. ._ Aoi"' +{

.-prvfine' textnrq and uangBlnostgnuxv j .1) ion, Faycttc," Randolph l,ala'dega, Franklin, Treason in Stoke Pagis-'Mr.hood has oblig.ingly } &c.and Heligoland, co taming an area Secondly>-To practice :.extravagance and >
fully I the shoulders of the divine old maitJTh& .collected the of,1,500 square miles- or 1,000, ))00 acres with a '
over iwrehcei' ; :Morgan, Benton Marshal, De;Kalb, following particulars.:- preach economy; to vote large appropriationsbeyond
Work of iwt is tiffixcd to the real skeleton, Therokes o in- population .400,000..
and fount shall hereafter compose FTom.an official'org Dispatches, supposed I the; reccmmcpdation the Executivedepartment ..
'which is dressed+, lathe last suit clothes worn one district to be'called the northern district; 'to'be of the utmost importance, have been F.L'9' ,: ;1,759800"square mil s, or 1,120,000-, ,- and beyond the.mcans of the Treasury -

by this illustrious philosopher,and they are stuffed and a,court shall be held for-the same as heretofore received in Downing street b t in a cipher which 000 acres; with "a population. of 4,490,000' oft|| ,and.then denounce by thoVcck;on the floors

out w 8*.to fill them; and..he placed in asitting -Huntsvijlp\ ; and the idue.pf the counties as yet it has been impossible to decipher. Only "British subjects. I 16 r Congress !and through;Bank-bought and
posture, resting the.right Iuirid on a stick, 'of/loud State shall'hereafter'compose, the two words have been made out, and they are at Independently :.of/the forego ng we ,have! to hirelingprc the:Administration n'for profligate
'and the left hand in an cosy. 'nnt al position wnthern district Alabama]; and d court shall ,the Very end of the document:-Excuse haste add the following Territories,\w hich are,."under extravagance and; 1ldf the public '

oh his left knee. And to give .a finish to' the beheld as heretofore Mobile. "From, the.'True N ".'-W/e' have it from the'management and Jnfitrcncedby. the gpyernhieht'of Democra'Ac, Herald money.

whole bk broad brim hat is placed on his head &'. 2. And be it further-enacted That there the Est possible authority; that discovery fan the East India Compan y .and- 'the. board I ; I
just as be'W.font Jo.it on nb finch in the Tern shall be two terms of.thC courts; for the middle important nature had been made in certain Control in Carinorf-roMr":' Birds'of:d Feather.:-Price has written' d letter

jplegurtlcas,.contemplating some of thosp truths. district held at T Tuscaloosa.in each ,'mr'W: begin part of the kingdom,which some years back acquired British territories in Hindostai i containing an toV in which he'abuses" Government, and ,
which. oaly how:begin to" be\'appreciated.. A on the fourth Monday in Mar,and first Monday for itself ,an unenviable notoriety Under area of,43'1,483 miles,,with. a p pUlnlion9 80,- i the Secrtary'of'tI; "Treasury. lie has chosen '

.-plain,solid,rich colored Spdnkh mahogany cat.' 'aftA,the fourth Monday in November;'>nd the peculiar circumstances.it would be improper 636371.' 'territories-inliia -. ,. n--cOOtIlmin I afHrrhcdiuinth'rough i. which to.libcl" the Governl.mcnt .
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iocfcnclosca this' rich relic of OHO'ot nature's the district judge for the State of (Alabama ,is to be more explicit! but our readers may rely 6d A**WIMA4"-J v>* *:* f ,whose confidence he has,robbed. lie will, .
i genuine nobility and we gazo on tho.face of thisPdtical hereby required to hold the.courts aforesaid; the I accuracy as well as tho cariincss'of this intelligence hh lrca"of 363,610 square' miles- ,. with a population :no'dgubt,'receive d good ;cleal.of:sympathy from '

prophet through the largo plate glass, and furthermore, to,hold one or more special ; of 64, 71,092. I'British : lncorthCFtf ro.1Lil 5..LBay.State Democrat.,
which i 90 placed that the light falls on his features terms at Tusc l os' in each year, if in his. opinion M From 'The Sccr.'-Our, unequivocal opinion ? '. territories.beyond Hin ostan--contauv '

,and an observer is almostltcmptcd: to speak the business of the court shall require it to has been often expressed,that the political wen.1bcr !rug an'area of,60,117 square n" iles", with a wpillationi Important:Drtuwnftf publishers jfjiewspaper*. I '
'to him. A pair of folding doors eocuTp the glass xrdone.Sec. <. 'would never.remain'at set'fair, but would of, 297,054.'V !
Jrom: any injury,.and exclude: the light when ..a And be it further 1] enacted. That I;the retrogade sooner or later to'charigcablei; ;if not i I Tributary territories beyond lindostan-con Judge Thompson,.of\Indiana,at a,late sitting i '

.there.ifDOt a.isitofr-J w w,&*.'8&fJkU.lri, fourth Monday; May and the first Monday. ; after to stormy with tho locality;and our'pre- taining5 an'area' of 5QJOOO: qUa -o miles, with a : of the Circuit Cutrtat which he'presided,gave i
tbcVfourth Monday in' November, in each diction is fulfilled to the, letter. Without-refer. population of.,. -' ; > ] the following decision,'in:a case where.a subscriber .. !? .

A Beautiful' :'SaiiwewfThe; late! eminent yetis; shall be return days for T taind"exCcu." ring to Belgium, or France, or Russia,or,Canada, f Total' : L090V210.square"mile i ,with a population I I tio_nncwspnpcr' refused ((;take. the .jpaper i f E '

t Sir Allen Pork once said at a public meet- iohs returnable to the said district court at Tuscaloosa or Mexico,or Jericho,we may triumphantly point of 145.612.517' / .; out 'of the. post."office without with .
Tn the of ourlici int war .complying .
event ing plu igod t ,
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home in that have
!' the 'citrof London j Wjoilivo in,the ; and the.parties to such such suits as nearer proof we neverwasted ,
the
.of blessings till .we are,utterly insensibleof shall be,so returned shall make up their pleadings our: wind.'' There b a breeze>at Stoke Pogb from the immens6.q ni1titics of troops terms of thepublisher: l I

their. greatness,and.of the qourco from which ,. under such rules as the court :shall 'prescribe and we only wait for the[details to.continue out which they.will require to< ruble nod'ShIPt'ping \I !That if a subscriber td a periodical'failed to r
they flow.: We 'epedk of o";civilization. ourArts : in"order.to have the causes so returned in prophc .. It will be remembered that of all I try to retaih.possesslpn of,the ,.:and notify'the.dit ito discohtinuu paper at the I

our'rccd h1 our laws, and forget entirely a state of'readiness: for trial itt the succeeding our c contemporaries journal was tic only'one distance whicamahy of,these colonies fir from end of.the :tenn"subscribed foror: pay"up the !
iow Urged' share of all w';duo to Christianity. regular term. 'that:announced a:great fall in:'potatoes"simultaneously the mother ountry''lt is more' th ui probable that'the arrearages, he was,bound for another year." .
loss r several of them woii bo the result I '
the of man's'. history all i it with a shopper Murphys. \ 'ort .
mot Christianity of page Sec. 4. And be itfurikerenaae4That couscs ,
:
This settles
,and what would his laws have been--what t at law or in chancery,.pending .in't1i said':district "From' a Corns nt.-At. the.time when those hostilities with'.whicli;it up poars,according | 3, very portnut principle and II

hiS civilization! Christianity is mixed up with sat Mobile and Huntsvflle, or in:thc .the hews from Stoke yogis is adapted Jo every .toi:the \ynrliJro, ti91S} ol, gmintstry-ve',i ji should. not, be forgotten by persons who continue J ( ,.
and life' there not court at Mobile in voice,but with'so rnany variations a'uthenGe are nothnamanyofourcolonks reats The next uistien!rill be tp receive ,their term '
our very being our daily ; is a circuit of the' United States every { | newspapers after; pf auscri !
familiar object round us which idocs not wear didatk which the defendant or defendant resided o$the note must be acceptable'and thc"fo1J wing -:_ do'.no 'paylheir"ow3'fVJ lion.has expired. ...Qucre. What.would.boI : '\ / i
I cth the loss of th feast
,not A being or a thing which.does not.wear middle district (ashereby (fetablishcd) at ,the letterwas kindly placed at our-servieo by; a expenses, : W: profitable the dccison of Judge Thompson in to
avtUflcrcnt aspect because the light of,Christian time of, serving,, process'sl1nl1, bctransferrcd for gentleman who has a friend.who.bas I1n acquaintance among them:would hot in realm boa real -gainto regard per
hope is oalVnfH"a WW which roes not owe its trial to the district'court for the l said 'middle ''dis who.has a relative in the disturbed. ,.district .the country; F sons who: passively receive a periodical the principles ,

truth and gentleness to'Christianity,not a custom .trict, and be proceeded in. heard adjudged, and :-r VeU.maytheDuke of.Well ington, horrified, of which they disapprove, and for which

"which cannot be traced in all its holy and bekltiwul I detenniDcd.1 the same manner though originally "My Dear Charles': I did hope that tJ o.reign at the idea of,a,war, exclaim England is scattered they, never subscribed : .

parts to the GospelFruit I commenced or,prosecuted in the said court; of law and subordination property'was'set. aU over the world and weal at very point"Pitt 't .
.' .: and it shall be.the duty of the clerks of the said ,in, sufficiently to last,my time; but alas tit is An Editor'in Texas says the fertility of the '
of AbolltimiirnttTotn, who stole scye- courts at IJuntsvilletind' Mobile safely,to transmit ordered otherwise, ;and as Pope ,or somebodysays looking over a.list of.useV SB English Gen- soil there is such-. a single laborer may raise

rat*thousand dollars from his master,,Mr. Darg, to the clerk of the district'sotirt;' at Tuscaloosa 'Chaos is come again.. ? ft is, perhaps, too crals, said,"I know not what ot r.enemies think a crop:worth 840QO.J The.NC\v.Orleans Bulletin .

, 'and runaway to the abolitionists, -as yesterday the original papers in all caScs hereby ordered late,' when we are in 'the very vortex, of an: of.this list but,I confess it make s me tremble! ". thrrfws doubt upon the assertion by remarking '

k4ricd'andconvictod of, the robbery Bo that instead tot be transferred together with a transcript: earthquake to inquire, by what 'false step we ,The old ;Duke appears:to'rega tl. the "possesNational that aricuItore"'being so lucrative, .it was'a
of being made free; he will in all probability all orders and other proceedings thereon. I have arrived at such a precipice;; but, I cannot sions" in the .better.business than editing, and that it was surprising : ,
,go tolho State Prison at hard labor .for seven Sec. .5., And be it 'further' enacted, That; all help thinking that the strong armof, the law if same light I the Texas editor did not throw aside the 1

'}.c4r& These pests to"clct} have got hold or suits r 'hereafter,to.be"brought! "either'of said called in, rnight have crushed the embers under The 'QuUt -The Intcl-. ,pen,and attach himself td the plough taiL :

another victim bandsano''' Blow burl; called courts; not of a l local nature; shall be brought: his foot. The'wct'extent of the danger Is notknown' ligc c New'York Courier onA Encjuirer aDdother Veil rut of it! The credit system"'carriedout "
to Santa Cruz hero cf the district where the defendant resides ; but it is pretty certain mat some Hamp-
Calacita belonging a family, a court ; \ I Federal' in the'trui spints of Federalism : ,in its glory make one tatoo worth
toaaY3il-,an elegantly,drcsso 1 well taken core ; but if.there be more than defendant den or ThistlcvoodVor Cromwell Coriolanus papers the may
En in the her.der
sideswi h
C happy.girl cootoitod with her situation,:and and theyreside $nEdiibrentdistricts,,the.plaintiff or some such character,has sprung up; and unless ,takes between. that nation lish :'and the i $4000 Y The,following explains theTexian cur-'Il ,

. ,shuddering at the idea of being separated from may '8\lC drip either, and; send duplicate wr;t or 1 nipped hi the focus, may explode into'ramifications -, State" coatroversy Maine., .This is. what was- expected.; In: l rcncy. -A Colonel's month's pay during the. Revolution
' her-friends. If Ac is made-free; it will not be writs;to.the 'other*'defcndahtaf; on which thetlw : that ho conciliation- eradicate.: ;between our country, i nd .foreign,na.tioris.'tho' would. not buy one day's oats for his ,

irony months before she.unfortunato:creature, plaintiff k>r,his' attorney.shall endorse.tliat # "IL J. P." contests old Federal I I hors' ". .
11 stripped of all her clothing will ba found at the writ thus scntis] a:copy, of a,writ sued out. of a "From tho Pogian Ar.'- -Ost Saturday Whig.bemg"the"'will of .throw party their '
under cou ree
called 3emonstration 'toot new name, A Cser.pap'r gives the following i account .
FiveiVnt->p friends,of liberty,c\cry where court of the proper district; and saidwrits..whenexecuted night last what is a' scale of the
the
their into
, should unite lit putting down these A itionist&Asark and returned into the office from whichthey place at the Pit} and' Puncheon. the notorious weight ]foreigner.. of a debate in the Texas Senatgbn.. a bill fixing
' J ohc and be Gubbuis of in the 4 the value of coins"J. "
Timothy celebrity
Star'l2d tilL issued, shall constiwtc suit proceeded GuyFox- ; ,
J' in accordingly..: chair. The: tap-room was crowded,to.excess,and _Maria, JfuZtuMuZ/Vr-This .plant cannot be "Mr.Junn said he saW!no use in paasitbs 1

Thcwrarc. 'three Whig officers l of..moncypt Sec.''G. And be further enacted, That thojudgoof many speeches,were delivered,the,sentiments off grown from UicsCcd and this i actj.sl1ouId| ,Lewidelydisscminated. bill as it.was'cvidcnt that this precious metal was '

corporation* m Hartford,'who contributed more said district pourt, .appoint a clerk > ., which ahd:> great deal of the' language; were The seed f this mulberry scarce jh'fact we have OIK". Mr. Dunn was
"f 11 money to carry, on elections than all the Admin the district court of the middle district,who shall any thing but EngliSh After some prelunrnarieshad will produce n''mulberry' plant;)but not of thejruuicautiaapccic interrupted by Mr.Wilson*who produced a silver "
records and been ; ,This has 'dementia. dollar,by way of correcting |the gentleman; \ i I
1. Istrauonoffice' holders in 'Connecticut It has reside and keep his office, and the j pone through, C \
s
.; como system. The friends of Mr.TrumbullI d&cuments'QPp rto.iniD thereto-; at the place o t I The1'Rev, Stephen Leech saidhe didn't mind ted by:many experiment,:and about it.there w .whereupon' Mr.Dunn sat down,and the bill pass

I egad his election last spring the Senate beLUSO holding said court; said clerk shall be tntitlcdto f a sight pf blood.. It,always came eagerly, sailit rio duferencepf.0plDJO .ampng. hose who have. ciL" r -.. .;,
I bo had given more money than any .oth crt the same foes allowed by law to the clerks of'! enjoyed being l let out., He'had been accused of cultivated the Chinese trees. The Morm'Multi.J I'-ti
t man la the$tatq.: ,The fact B wpnkn' ,that the other districts of said State, perform the likeduties : 'liking brute force. So did Barclay Rand Perkins, J caulis 'r can.:only c" propagntcdl by layers and Stray e-make curing dcwui Jforsel have :
I ration wealth Wand cbrpomtion influence and be subject to the same I liabilities andpenalticc \I for it drew,nilheir,dray .Nothing could, bcil f cuttings,.and all :other means ifeed for.its: pro- seen vicious hors in Egypt cured of the habit !: .
movedor1 ot' duction abortive -Sifc.Grvur.n of bitins prtsqnting tq them while in the act I..'
ntrol tbb1Vbi JConntcticutTimes.. i, carried without physical power-. will'provo: ,
,
. .p.. classes of doing so a It'g of D"k'cn'from tL :."
.f'' ." ( 1\1 : '--Bcc. 7..And teit/Krtlcr enactcJjThzt thct'dis-j. : even a parcel. As fororms, the. working "- ,
"could hot'workVithout Trf 1830\ the whole population of fiS'I fire ; the pain which ahorse; ,feels in bitingt ::
II The last case of absence of mind that we find trict attorney of the northern and the marshalof "J 'cm. Petitioning a I
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the southern district of Alabama shall respectively j farce. Ho wanted to bring down the quartern Wisconsin and Iowa was 3665. Within the > : throu"Ii o the hot meat causes ,after a few lessons "
4 ocorded, is that of a tleman'puttinghls dog 70(XK>. I 1 1iif I to abandon .th! vfciovs: hal -Bunklmrdt.t .
loaf and the it has increased to ,
bed and kicking hun' lf out of the room. 'perform the duties of the district attorneyt ; as every. sportsman knees. way two years I i

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>. ';':1&' ,\ ,' ; 1 providing,for. various contingencies ,connected from .one who was sold, body and soul, jto the.I already gold and silver enough i to parclaaefti
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; THE I Ii told 2So-thepaper demon, andJwhich we [ cotton crop," without any material dan
the Executive Departmeat flJ f a.1t j
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values. How is <
: CA 'can'SmpWe to nothin 'but the fiendish exulta- their respective the"camnow
.v P1'la"V KIiI'" The 23d section declares that the Comptrollerand .. ewe*
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I AH Thtaday, 183t ,Treasurer han be elected by a joint vote of tionpf'Stylock, 4 8 produced and bought I Why, the Phu.;

tI1fiT'mIlm< tt session. '"Till thou ean-t rcttth. llrj.lII effmy todTfion \ ter obtains through the year supplies, on
1 Nth'Houses at each .< 'f
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R' '. IS rtrausirxb SVKKT THUMDIY: i.f. \ *AT. 4. legislative DepartmenThe sections \>al oflr.nd'TUjy lunjVlo tpeak'so lodr" from: the merchants, and when his cotton

ID 4 rzt.T :. CANDIDATES, FOR CONfiRftS '1, 2. 3,4,5, 6, provide:that the Legislative power In our next we shall quote this Circular, so. to market you,Mr.Humbug, buy it with 0::

; ." ,: \ rmc DOLLIZS rat AJCXVK, from townsman, and of five thousand dollars on Mr. Pork ;
,iJ il r MTABU HJUJT shall be.vested in two distinct branches? ;one,to be unexpected our chapterj 1 j in Jfe
< \ TiALT: : nr .AJTDCL with full comments to show that this languag6 -' York. ilf the bill be too large for
, \ \ dgbutIM Con* /utt the Senate and
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styled tt
; .t 'Or ....tm'l JaualIII..l14td ht One DolUr '
f' the first insertion and Fitly (.sots.for per each vuba.quirtor *> CHAfiLES BOWNINOXfor } ttepresentative* and both'together' The Geneal : is rather mild than severe. \ who requires northern funds to pay f'erJ hzs

.: \ 1 qoent one. Long! ir dmii 'uient J iaproportioatadaoa75rmbeeon'idere : l ,. .Assembly.of i.the Territory,of Florida.!The :'> I I J J. | it'is"probablYlhaved'bThe BcinJt*,
'm' -The foUpwing
1" I a MOVXMEIT or p orti>
leatbaairquare discount Ooi NIAt. the merchants, the
.' ,, mad UiQM.wbo Icrtiw bj the jrear.ff the Representatives to'1e? chosen for one,year, on resolutions were introduced into the Senate by, pays merpmanja pay tIIeir
t;. __._ I 'THO.MA'S.'BALTZELL.: the first Monday October, until otherwise directSielng Mr.Hawkins, one of the Senators from the Western notes, or buy"northern, funds,, end in tarohom

r.:, ,'. ATLANTIC STEAM NAVIGATION.: i white inhabitants of the State,who District, prefaced by a spirited speech, Mr- a hundred bales of cotton are reduced to Jeper ,.:-'"

". ,' Q's ''An interesting letter on this subject, from an Tile CoBStltHtiOB I have J een residents of the State two Mills moved to print 100 copies for the use f the than l i 'contained in one sheet :Splanterbave :
shall years
':,] :. American citizen la London;fa\'coa ted.in'the I TAe Preamble--This is merely a formal 'announcement -' Senate,which motion was lost. The resolutions a surplus does he lock It
f. I New York Courier:of Monday. Lwriterfura next preceding the election, and the last year resident then referred to a eelectcommitteeofthichMr.lIawldnswaschZLirmnn. upja J&.
H/Th< were
;t.. tflshesthrfo11owlnglist"of steam vessels now em. of the right-M'a Territory to edmis.I i < of he'C nty' for which chosen. 'ne'ae.nators The report when bills I:-in plain language, he would be a fool if

V'' .I A. 'pJopd: in.N1iptingtheAtlanU :,and.also. those sion, into the,;Union;oi a,.State,.with a reference tobechosen rJtwoyears but one half 1 made by that able Senator;:will, we anticipate he did. To continue :. Mn p"ork in New:;Ycjt

.'l":: '\ which are being built for that purpose:.'' to the strong pasit1on'n :which.Florida is placed.i of the first Senate to\ cats their seats attire end prove'highly worthy; of himself) and his constit pays your bill.b1 drawing.another on Mr.BCCOB,

Grat'Wetern--1350toni,454 horse' power. ]by the provisions of a recognised Treaty. the'may uents. We shall procure copy of the reportfor in London,jvho it by selling the
\1_ ; buHt to.Bristol of one. ,,in'9rder tn one bait of membera publication as.soon as made. On the introduction pays cotton&&,

:' ::British Qticen-18U0 tons', 5OO.h. power,.built :ART. 1st DcdaratioiCof..\ Riglits-ln this areenumcnxtcdlhe thereafter 1e? dekteil. annually.In of these' resolutions into the House of peel to him, for some other,Pork-on-Bacoato\

r'': in London. : : esendal 'principles of liberty these sections there are two. debateable Representatives" 600 copies' were ordered (to be and the wheel goes round,-bill paying byY ..

f', : : Uvcrpool=1050)'tons,4Mb..,power:,built ixi;Liverpool. and free Government, in,the.form that they are questions.. First,,the 'qualification of members. printed for the use of the members.' the cotton comes back manufactured in rfifrnfr

' : 'H : recognised by 'various States of the Union- In'a: new country.where itrangcrs're liable to Tallahassee Star. : for the negro women. From first to Usfaa fe.:'
,. tons
'''+\ Prcs1denHAm'n-24OO. GOO h.'power- These: "principles contain J nothing undetermined, Fiddlers news,Mr..Star;you are singing an old small of' sffvr /rer
who amount
gold
''If. London. throng in,vpm experiment,transient persons, ceeding or ; pi.
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: '...'.16...I,' .; .",''. .... .... ;' ''UiUtM,.. 'tI 1.-.trr States: -'"""11'W..'.tor... ;400h." '. ,pbwerr-Liy.I or new: they are 'the sun-light that from thecommencement have no'interest in the.State may become_ candi: song. dwindles'Movement down of into the people*?faint sounds loud' I per, "equal.thereto:bas been) ."em k to l;!a%
of man's 1 but it
as1pmi"edr a mighty whisperwhen
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", "" {:'".. '. :>> dates for.election; ,residence of two years I transaction. 1SII

,',4'., '}',, ",,,.- .' "."_., '' 'w.. f' .spool" IIngdeto'-1260" tons,"400- h. power' .,IJ''J9" the. philosophy of' Legislation, when freedom therefore required, .to,establish,m interest,'as well we say that,the above mentioned. resolutions ; ;I All the large operations between man tad.
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"*?Atalanta=1250 tons,960 h. power, (;;iron 1 )'li-. permitted jthe. expansion of Jbumari thought; and asto.Meiitifythose: -who" faoor, "bad, rneasures.. ;Second .. -are those of the, Apalachicola folks,presenr' I resolve_ themselves into exceeding mall, '

'. rerpooL which throe hoot weary years'.of national bondage ,-the duration of:a Senator'stenn of service ed in the Senate by Mr. Hawkins on 26tijfF! requiring but a, trifling amount of com.iat6aa

.. 'York-to be built at Bristol of iron. has,been darkly shadowed on.the pages of Some gentlemen wished the term 'one year, the Even in that body they must have been considered final liquidation. In London cler fni l.it

He then proceeds in the following interesting Illustrious men, who knew the right," but who small beer," for, motion 100
<' same, as that of .Representative; others, that: it upon a .to print copies of the Banking houses, is sent to one office !;;:
train of remark- .
Thus in the course of two years there, will be overawed by the despotic usurpation dared not, should be extended to four years,:the term of the there,were yeas none! and upon a motion afternoon where all the clerks meet to aehfiee

employed between England and'.the United reveal.it mor J clearly. They are the,principles Governor. To harmonise opinions twoyears, to print 50 copies, yeas' only five so that'written : da 'a-' balance. The individual bnancarI7] ,

I i,. States no less than eight British steam ships; and of th&DEOJJUT;ox .or IirDErntDECcz:, in which the term of the present Senate of the Territory copies.were' ordered. In the House, 500 copies : amount to millions, but when each haswith setj&j

., allowing each to perform eight for the first the rights of man became distinctly in present .
5: voyages per annum time ; of Florlda'1U. adopted. were, burlesque, as every one must re the other, and theaggrega eof.theMt-'e '
L w I we shall have a steam conveyance at inter embodied and which stands as thebeaconor.a1'wor1cl'ho ordered to be As Mr.law. :r
; 17th member printed. to
' ; The sections from the 7th to the contains : ,
ro: vaunt every six days::.thus \\-es1ial1 be indebted I which [ is reduced down to the last clerk who settles;;; j?
: : -a\ light even nations rules for 'the'ernment. and kins report we doubt'not it will be able token
to British enterprise and British.steam, ships for merely organ often almost dwindled to nothing-a very ftt
w;" i of two' afar and cherish,as the Harbingerand ization the branches.' made !i *'
.. < means communicating between these two respective the whole.' 1.' V
pounds squares
v great countries., 'Surely the Americans'are not reveteEnce" '.political regeneration. '. The 18th,section declares that the members OJ I These resolutions,;which the&Dk presses lave small s
to things.
; descend
i'z ',:' \, to he's:have itisfed with this state of things 1 'Hithertothey J Oft.of the pavers,of Govern the House,of Representatives shall'never excee< continued to parade, are certain wordy nothings, Banks To broke down,** and the people Suppose,hanieraj
displayed;
nl:y: :. \\ ..;an ardor in the pursuit enterprise of commerce,unparalleled unequal!. meT e' provides in two sections that sixty. This number.may appear.large,'but'it ii got up in Apalachicola as incense to. the Life and after the flesh pots of Egypt; should,desre al raturn :

,,"" : ed-e.ndwU1: great branch of their the powers o Government shall be divided into fixed ,at only 41, until ,a. change is :made. by Trust .Coy (Intended to control the votes'ofMr. not of "golden," but of paper"'clajiU

ht. .trade wrested =i ', without an effort! If three bodies i of magistracy ,to wit : Legwlative, the Legislature.. A limit was necessary, for-tho1 .'Manly. m the Housp, bf prcsentativ J I l Would not plcnty'of!Lot Clarks come'iito ttwoeliin't'4F

I I t_'. : there are not, > .at present in the United Executive a id Judicial;"and that no?person of New York with a'populntion of two millions, only Mr."Manly ,looking upon the resolutions as the !(t t bills! and
States for in salto. to
sign
,
; the
:, I enter. + shall xercise"powera country
one department belongingto
';:' .. prise they can'obtain them England,and in avery i sends 135 representatives to the State Legisla.ture dictation of Mr. Field, had the Manly-ness to appreciate bring Lots of Clarks!:to' fill up the biHsraadwouldn't ,

,'r;i; short lime H trill, be found that the American either of ic others. To. this -we suppose DO' and the whole of thq United States only,af them at precisely their, par value.Mr:J! there be a far more nunjaroii
** progeny
, ;',".' engines will b 9 at least equal to any in the objection ensts; bout 240 to Congress: the almost,unlimited num. M. Is alegislator of.the honest, honorable! and! of ancient Lot, to | ,
world. Our machjinery has hitherto been.adapted AST.& Erecvtite ,Department The sections ber representatives in some of the States,'enL 8ht-forwardsortwhothough he might not i I; than the family ready exchangthese P'i'
J. to the peculiarities of,our,country! to the navi.., Executive I r pretty engravings for, corn and,"cotton*|
1, 2, and 3, p rovide that the Supreme '- C refuse to do' .because the -devil bid )him
: tails burdensome and is found detrimental good ,
a ,

of air imm rivers expense
gatiori :nse lakes,and bays reside f If the farmers fear,that they,can raise bode*
< we have had no 'Occasion for such strength,as: power shall in .a Governor, elected by to,the expeditor of public business. I would refuse to do evil to please a saint! Let us of" faster than'these gentry could siga&

transatlantic steam requires; but when the spur; the people, F>r four years; who.must be.at least ..Before,continuing our remarks, ,(which will not be understood tosay that the Cashier of'the corn
is once given and 've are brought fair I 30. of and who must have been a citizen L I,lar bills to pay for:them the felonious resoaita
: competition years age appear in regular order? ,) we would fix the attention Life and Trust Co.is a saint The idea occurred
rt be left behind in I of Nick Bidd1 might;be adopted, namely:iai
: we shalljn! either ships: of the United States ten years,or an inhabl.I :,
from that the reads
of our readers to the only provisionsTn the hearing gentleman sermons
, ,
: or engines. of the bills of,a defunct corporation. There mustjie
I cant Florida at the time of the adoption of the '
c four articles which difference ofoPinionahouldexist. publicly on Sunday to those whom he "s ycs"
: I do not say.th.to disparage what 'has/been foregoing : upon of Commercial and Magnolia bills shay
, : done in England; on the'contrary I glory in th : Corisu'tuU'o'beisga: citizen)and who. have ., Upon, minor points, suet during ,the week. Time,, was when "usurer," plenty' !
that would be to silver if
ebeen jki
equal
cnte rk'13. It is ei elation in the vast field I a resident five years preceding the day of as whether the elections, should be held on the and M extortioners', were classed in questionable designed ,
. looking to., When. I sate the reception which election.' I ""Chambers of Commerce, *and Bank aew>ptheJwoaid
New York gave ] q,':the:.British steamers I ,feltproud first Monday in October,_of the"firsJ'.Tuesday, company, and.when "money changers Were, could give them::a hoist. :My !
pers > ;
In the debate on the term,of service,one side uric driven from places. :
& be said both sides.
" that my countrymen were so',ready; to may on j holy burrs-ondli
of I be showered the;farmers like
. yield to them the; p aim victory, and bestow on argued.the propriety, frequent appeals to the '1. No property qualification,for office,or upon .
,. their and he other the of the U. 84 The Bank'hold abundant: Security. I'hard to get IJ.Another -4f
' commanders the wreaths.laurel it was people,. precedent suffrage, shall be required. Do you rigj'of ,,
[ the'emblem of that generous spirit which 1 hope arid various! States, which have, adopted two, M. J. AtLEX, late.receiver of public moniesat \ I' "' /?
, to throw all
'" qualification,
will ever characterise Americans. three, or four years 'as'the term of service for property Tallahassee, writes to theSecretary of the Richmond in the H U>|

' ", lithe British. public are thus alive to the im*. the Chief Magistrate because the. er into the hands of the.rich! Trcasury.under date 12th July.1838, stating that Mr. BALTZZU.is announced by hjs.friendi,!I'
; present: -
.11A tif\ hn Jlri sti.b-Gov: ; positloa 2d. The Government is divided into three be i ,
:A crnment'e not les s so;they have first class steam: of the;Union,,.he.becomes the depository dies, branches of powerVhichdo Tau:cor he desired to put some_ land which he had entered Middle' and West Florida as Candidate/or$ '

vessels building in very4trection,and contracts and organ of extended and intricate projects ofnational eider or : -. at Goternment .price preferable,one,two or three I
I I! I with all the principal engine makers in the king policy,"amelioration of laws,and public r such lands being .valued by the appraisers..at is favorably known for his former conduct is
3d. The Governor shall be elected '
I Ir,G dom. The Wcstlndia( and ,Brazil mails are to improvements, which must be conspicuously, '; for foir from five to ten dollars per acre What admirable: .I Legislative .Council,, ;and more recently.vtfc
i: i be carried.by steam,and every effort b made to years,and shall not be eligible to lec ion.'ui '
r'U with hand the consider. for Bank to receive at, ten Convention, where, his name, became impcn*
: I' reduce the period of communication with.all the I and a master' ,brought to. til an expiration, of four years thereafter. Ist security a as security 1.
: comnerv'world.. If such are the efforts using; ation of a Legislature; at its 'annual. session- of moment where his is dollars per acre bind that was selling in market ably connected with j 'the'petition)to Congnt
great authority guard
i.;: u this country is;North 'America. 'to tea silent t Time,'experience,and a certain stability in office ; at one dollar and,a'quarter. We have beard'of praying? that bodY3by'its interference tot 1 prets4
whether he be elected for;
two, three, or fotr '
', 'I :' tfpectotor Have we :no interest in ,this'l l great, were deemed necessary,for a proper discharge of persons, who,not having the wherewith to.enter, : -TCiriiorr .from' being sold, 'to:; the B |
Are provided .he is fro a
" matter we doing any thing to protect out years :expressly prevented *
'" selves i fleet these.duties,, and,checks against any abuse ,of p land, had tracts ,appraised at the high valuation of r paper. 1J"
: ; against a ot steamers which may now intriguing to continue in power il I' ,
enter all ports and harbors: in spite of us!r Is our power provided in the article on the Legisative 4, The'person having the, highest number.
Navy to be. neglected,.and,'our fleet, of ships to 'Department Do : thus drawn from the Bank. "What a;deal j I ,. ; ; The Bilrliuau1f.
votes shall be the Governor.
thi t
:
be placed at the mercy of half a dozen steamers! ....1Jythe 4th section it is provided. that the per. you prefer of "scratch my, back' and I'll, scratch :your"j t On Monday: 'came, off gloriously, but? as ttwish .
tHe ,
, Have'we one cffic the Governor should be free choice; of th epeoplc "" ,
: t.ateam going ship in he ; '
:
son havt'rig.the greatest number( votes shall be : United Sta csl 4 Have we officers w have ever.made br, that half a dozen candidates shoUld._. run '
i: ; ; II the science of: ;steam.their 'study! ''1 Vha tin. the Governor,this; is a common. provision though against the people's favorite order,to thro v' scheme. ; t'plete on one sheet, we must beg the.patiencWour

j."- would; become of us if:we were brought into' col some States the Governor is appointed by the the election into Legislature, .and there con- -- I 'readers'tilt'ourne2V. ; ; number, wheat:

r" lision with either France: or England! What legislature;! in others, the person: chosen must- elect Break down the Baaks..., *' -whole will appear.' ; :* .
would be the fate of our boasted bine to a minority Governor. :> "' ;$t \
: Pennsylvania l
|, have received a majority of'allAewotts gi'een. A- There, is'ebroad'"a.' general determination .to .t'I. I '
'
,
6th. f ,.
: with a steam frigate to windward:of her armedwith : The Governor has not an absolute. veto-- w \ ; If' ...
;;, a couple'of 93 pounders!' Let our Government f this,last.principle it was urged,,that where. Would_ 'you prefer'that he had I regulate'the'Backs< but none whatever :to breakdown j J The"Star" .wishes f foran_ A rfst C1'tZCJa.:; :!'

!' think of these things and ask,where is theirsecurity : fL majority,jof all the':votes" are required. ,1 the I' 6th.:The Legislative shall be vested i the Banks ; for:the people of Florida nave 10 j'make man what he should be,*gentleman eY! aidIkmoeiaep j

; ( I asp far from;wishing to conjure: p choice is too frequently left to the Legislature, branches.' power n learned to'their
I,-. I Should dreams,of.war bcfal; God forbid that such a'calamity by> three ,or'four'candidates, proposing themselves ot two a dozen: 1 Would you prefer ono 'or'ha1f -,. _.enough'of,themselves,, without 'out,of;[""dooragency [ ploughsharefof' destructionthrough! : all,\coded
ever our but the *
.: preserve' 'peace is'to be country'prepared-for war..way to ,:where by' party collusion", a minority Governor 7th..Sen Representatives must te "But-su,, FPS the banks, ,were. "broke. |distinctions. of society,"-. :Witi\out stopping b j

7'. : The'rapid progress* ot.the. United States. 'm" '.is appointed,'in. opposition, to the will of .white : ,two resident'in' the State- down" where could be possibility; of loss to,> enquireiwhaf:: intended byr --,"distinctiond";.

\R' commerce has been mainly .effected by individ the people Of this there was. a striking exam- A__ _men ; 'years_ __ anTDartvi! 'Certainly not to the bill holder 'j mong freemen: in ,a'Republic whose"charic eisd*

.-., ,- ua1 and private enterpriser, To what is to be at- >le'in, the election 'of Adams, ':when Clay /and Would you prefer: that they.should. .be; black,. or. there'is no truth" in the,bank'- statements newspapers '.:' mits honei; we wduld'merely observe t1at\f

,', :, tribuled which,for, the so long success'a ,period of oUrbeautiful have been the packets prid, .Adams, ,both unpopular and minoritY"candida transient 8th. Senators land speculators are ,elected T,.. for, *two ,j ,a .Chamber of Commerce,",or the' "glori- not.for. 'the- ploughshare of thaIkn oer+ac i'hid
n
:::,,: : I ,of the ocean! To'what' but superior manage. >y.combining their strength'J in Congress, defea.f of year's.the. ous twenty;",we ourselves admit that they might'pay ',provides the staff,of,life aU shag'en imagination, some ; there is
::'; ... ment';a system 'of well understood. economy .Jackson, who was the choice of the PcePlen : persons a off their circulation-t/ they chose. /The j world: would in a mighty short time be laid who

I \' r. :valuing time by ,the minute,:and 'placing thenr sections 56, T.;:S, 9;10,'11..12.13,contain Dy'Oushmnbu connected, with a Senator s Stockholders_ could not lose,their real capital J.I #' all"distinctions"are ended. *!
: .in charge of commander* intelligent, industrious 1 term of service which creates a bigot.attachme it :
: ,only: tiSenecessary and'i indispensable"--enumera-- and their moonshine capital, would be ,moon.
I!?,. .and,.cntcrprizingt Such'are the men to tak to period of either one, two,three,or four'yeai s. I'
'
::. charge steamers Will it riOt be said that they tiori.of powers, which_ ,do and,, must ,exclusively For ourselves we attach to the ei shine still. The "able' (debtors of-the Bank The right,way,.to dq it. s,

: 'are:" not' 'acquainted 'with the:management overy f appertain to the Executive Department the consequence the '/im I he iracterof i- would pay tip,and the unable"' would exhibit' The Nova Scotia Legislature bas declared.fcjf

steamers Try them, and 'se.e-.and in a The 14th section merely establishes the duty man.-noneupon may their inability, which might as: well be.exPo' resolution; that. militia officers and privates card

w' short time you, will find they will!. command then of.the Secretary: of,State..: 'The;16th &IUt'17th serve. 'onedayasan er. '| into service
shall be entitled to addtiionalpayjrais
:t. ships and engines also. Looking the Constitution doTto lie t : .
; upon as we
*'
.j' b .'' There need be no hurry to waste money r sections explain the rovingpower'ot the Governor superior to the Constitution of any other,Stal "But,, says the Bankite, "the, people,must, \Provincial_ Treasury over and abort tho tln.JI'f
'
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!! \" .and limit the veto : have a 'mixed
I ,aq'these expensive steam 'packets. WhenJohn r power to returning to whether in regard to principles secured or, the ir. .currency; part paper (999 tmtsin.1000. :; andaiowancesf and that suitable provision'

..I 1 ;Ball has settled down'hb experiment, Jon.athan the House In which it originated, any bill that he! form of expression, and perspicuity of, > would be'his 'proportion! ) ;,there ''y' notgold i i; made for the widows and. orphans of those wto
disapproves,'withhis objections in* which arrang and silver in the world '
't\ I :i' : nittngr enough to putC ,
: :
will invent would rather hear'distina ejfalL
._ some improvement that 'will 1 ment,we ."objection"front ; t
; : ', the House shall cause'to be entered at cotton ,Gently, Mr. -Is
n .' ,:" \P vo:,lam the, command again. TTbQpresenl.t length its advenariesthan; endeavor to ferret the n lone crop. Humbug;a piece not this d goodhin\for'us. There are aba

; ;. steam ships do not pay and" {hat will satisfy.0s.to. upon its journals.' The House shalTthen proceed out ourselves: ; but,the truth is there are no solid gold-called five dollars' ,"will purchase! five dance. of men.who'are ready to,"fightlndaas*

f" than:to' leave them". in English hands' a while e'r: ++ jori, of thewhole objections to the.instrument These adversari a bushels' of.corn, while a piece of silver of about 'for army pay and allowance, provided tJ:1e'r' : Io* '

, ,number'elected'egree; to pass the .law, it the same size, called'a'quarter of a dollar will like k
; ans will .ro decent men and
longer. Government houl11 build> steam ,frig,- (except.a interested) "know_ ; not whatthi | f come : ,
; 'Orthat shall be, sent with' the ,objections. to the other y purchase,-one. peck. 'Silver.isthemastserQiceable =; ,'but if'volunteers lohunttls
r ates. fought
we.will eak another day. say; they are tat best) /but feeble.-paraat! U : are expected:
; House,by.which U shall likewise be metal of the ,
reconsidered two;but as it requires nearly Indians in'' their .well f&
[En.,iira.La, echoes of around, supposed to exist elsewhere f. hiding places:as as
,,and should it be approved by a majority'of twenty times as much expenditure and '
capital 'them"the' -
be ota
paltry creatures whose lips can touch -,induced by something
I't... New Yon ROTS*-One of the front rooms in that House also,the ayes and.noes,being in bothtom a political question to profane"it-they, only np n 'labor to,produce one ounce of gold;as Jo',produce 1 and above:; ":To.the' : neglect of this simple proftfaition :' -
? ,
:the new building of the Bank of the United Sin !, cases taken, it.shall. become.a law:, and any,bill. "ili"nt10 one.ounce of,silver: ;the former without possessing \do we owe the presence of so many India!' ,
l ,
Wall street, has been rented for a term of not retumed"by the> Governor mean '
in five days shall equal intrinsic value, is estimated
' higher as at this in Florida.
day
1 .years at $4,000 per .annum, and there,is, another I- We scorn to call them men. It
become law la .
same. if standard value
'manner as signed by a or measure of in the
exchangeof
,1":1>
f : .tenant rcadyt:1k it at the same psi ce -
,: :if the first should be inclined withdraw. 'Th e him A-Crow: to: pick. other more;: bulky commodities, Now,'if paper Anetlaeretgas: : abducted. :i

:/' suit of rooms together the ofnce These limitations to the veto of the Go. With of banished and' "" ,
constituting ,meaare power feelings sorrow rather than of ang er was, a quarter of an ounce of The iacksorine"is fait 9 fr
1
t : in the whole, something like sixteen feet b;]y vernor considered. .necessary, because great! have we perused'a Circular of,Cot'DOWTIC tc, silver was called five dollars, would there not, dent $ exa
flown. H if
not so
1: five and thirty. At the same rate,what is th e disappearance,
t' oft fish inconvenience frequently'resultcd from the dated 14th March, 1639,so replete with.lame a id Mr. Humbug, be "gold and silver enough to *
<, sent cart or a.potatoe waeon in the bet' buy ting, fa quite as mysterious as that of his1i
": ... *'. ter,position right in front! There ss a great ruil:h difficulty of procuring, two_ thirds in each of the impotent conclusions; that we almost doibt the cotton crop"1 Or would the farmer, jhi gi. York namesakes Whether the rI'J'MJOfJt1"'rl

for stores and offices in the most certain position i !s. two Houses for the passage of,a law ; inasmuch whether the writer be the same CBAXUES Don v. ving .five. bushels of com for a (quarter, .of.. an the:Bank l still contains the 9132 of.speck'oj-

'4' .. .and advances of tftD -flYe to a hundred per as an intriguing executive with patronage in Hs rite, who.but two short years since,held upon i he ounce of ailver, if that. quarter of.an ounce of saith '
tat
cent are paid on the prices of last year. Insom iCI hands is known 4 deponent not.
frequently to influence '
so one subject of Bank charters, doctrines silver would five
so purchase dollars worth, of im "
'instances more has beep obtained than in an y ; To give honor where honor is due; we_
+ .! Rent in Wall body or the other, that two thirds of one cannot ly..opposite. cnnPlr- ported goods be in a worse condition "
'. .., previous year. street around the than he i admit that the Jacksonvflle ank made an fc-
1 ,l' Exchange, arc much higher than ever before I be, arrayed against his measures, although thethe There is a savageness of languagf in exprc ss- now ,is in giving five bushels of. corn. 'for a' five I statement to the Legislature before"it failed WY

we except the momentary rush caused by other may be unanimously,against him. The sections ing the present power".of the Banks over tl eir r: dollar rag 1 ; i smaJ1,1.
.
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,. I I' Teat; 6t'-Jov rf Dom. > IS, 19. 20, 22. are'necessary appendage .victim, the. people,that'would t appear' to'prod tedr [j i But, Mr.Humbug,without Bank bills there iaI never specie before capitals knew* $132 a, Bank until after.it exhibit faled. .

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: # .' T 1. It. The Superior,Court,of t..lohDs.lll Mosquito By. the ,President_ .'of the United .' Addren c(CilfeEeafi 01 Florida AN ORDINANCE rehttef to Cat, Deep fWaggoas. :

r'J' sn.rt 'it B ccidot'w robbed the,Goveminent CoBBtiBS adjourned tt-day.flhi'IIonor 't States.IN .-' Dr.', SeajaHjiH'.Braadrcth's, Vegetable .and 4hcr Carriages nU hire.' '

i,. ,- of,i.aillion,and a quarter of dollars, 'tihold PURSUANCE LAW4/, MARTIN VAN ,Universal EDULS. : Be it ordained by the Mayor .1
JudgeRuo7wiUleave.onnSatucday his the et& That ck i
City Augustine. ao *
D U It EN, Pmidntoftlt Vmted i/ote*ofAmer- perse
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bit nietDobe1s only a deCatilter I Court at Alachua' which' cotnmencesiday. on'Mou. lcm du hereby declare and make kuowu'thata public These PJIIt are 'aide XITUKIY of Vegetable Extract let.or drive f*'bus.any Cart,Dray,'W8IPQ

Tfcere'strefno lmrisoral"tendehcte, ,. in the)1 pre- sale wi; beheld at St."Augustine In'the Territory of .*..lid h.wn'bI"jet-f BOM: j power experience I purgative to be'tefectZg or clean-innocent. first or oilier carriage within the city wibosn haviag

dit.lJ"lteUob fbi : What is the vhole'foundatkmandfcecretof ,- Florida,, on Monday .JOth day of June next, for seiofth. alim.OurycsnaJtban an jr other med t'ioe. obtained of a tkene for so doing fnm tLeCkik
the for tisasi bei
h } of the City Council, the j
.J;' 'Uf To trade and speculate By .the Stephen ,&. Frances we have received the disposal id .no'.private unappropriated cbiuM .are alSedged vacant publielandsl under,eiUtin Their effect on th< systtua is to.e.,. that it u a remarkable who shall number and register the seme, aai h
f If- fact that th infant
maybe
i Mine to an
Upqpqf r ",obtained matter by, from tmr attentive correspondent ,Cnarleston < h..,.within the liiultsof the opdenuCDUonedtown- or' dolt. without the!possibility of'doing given any injury- $5 which for.liceDW1he x own th, for MO daCart.cln7.of f 10 foe em Jar,n ef

: what meaas.:\(.it be* ?$j"t3cajo1ejntotbeaciiee 'dates to. The.3Qth'ilarcli,,and' :New.York"to the slips*"JIl4I1Lill.and fractions! to\vnship''IO. nd Eott wit ef:tU. 'Slml'ia, *.. but on the contrary good. .Therefore in CostiveneM, other carriage, haH be paid Tor tM wajgea.nee ef lia ,/

.of reciaef speculators vEd-irffl 'not 26th By the8iddonsseven days later IntelUgencehas Fradioq ,0wn.bip'"Crrlni.eleweu.. ,, either bat itoaljor otherwise.a 4 in Billions. F versandtil City, and,one d>illar for the Clerk of the Cky <
billions they'are of the "..testibl.. *
work and to bcgtareiashamed.ihe: 3. and fractional ecdonst a r-- Council as a tee for kie setTseee in tssouif eee
property ofthfeipoor been received'from. Europe, but we Township township 4yof range benefit license and ia .
? ; eu or penoosahail
,'tfaei widow,and: the orpaan/it: cannot notice no items of importance to us. tl; twelve'. 2 and 4 : By increasing lone'sufficiently: ,the c.n.be. m_de let drive. Gar hire,say any penon cart.dray, wag oa.or .
TownihJpi and fractional townihipS, of
W Immoral,ip apuWSfoHlcer to, squander' 4 ,. more powerfully to,}effect the.whole''frame,, lhan'lb.. other Carriage within the city without haviax fin
.. .. away .
raop-ihineen. largest doee of.Calon el,"sort 1e-\10 few)hoar after '
oUtBed such flceu.s
All without thar
Candidates
the for having
[ Delegate to Congress, ; or
: I Eastof'Suwanee' and townships '
Tuwnsbtp
tb&tpthe&public. He act,upon no the effect is over,no debilitisl aterer is up.riea'ced. .number of such license and other ,.
principle inculcated by,the practice cMionor- except ,CoL DOWSING" and Mr. BUTZttL have.,, 2,4.and 5 .of range affection fourteen." Instead ol can;nog weakness tbe body is strong figures iiotlereibantbree( inches no long) ,paiatedin .ute.
The fraction thirty one, east of Suwanee
and could bear after bate been
retir 4. I er. more fatigue they moat conspicuous enid .
abIeien4u1zo waste the i substance the Industrious river in township'one ofrang fifteen. part cart dray waggon
: used. Where be andretb known Calomel
| PHb| are
nruider carriageMI) lobe end hava: :
; in riotous liring., Swajtwout 1 Townships 13, 14,.15 and 15, and fractional town as easily seen;
in
short at U not used. *
Fvr thtJflcraU.To '18 of : i fir ll e mauagement the same.'a sober,dw-

": the Globe*ys, behaved, .jus-' like a B n. AediorcfAeIierazL I II'wht"d ships Townships 17, '14 rsngesiteeo., J5. 13, 17t;, )8, Jd 19. of rangeievoteen. : As a.purifier of th i blood.they are mcjt invaluablein erect and atle pe.soo ; such person or penou
'd V all cutaneous dwases.. from whatever causes arisng. shall for every such offence forfeit and pay a _
,., --- eaAy
in
--I a Gentleman fittinghat .
' IIt an :.Township, 14,, .sections 4.5.fi. 7. 8.9. JO, i.'it. F 'sum. o(not leu than '10.or more than ''20.

Two Banks in Philadelphia'and'theBank admirably' suited to.a 'warm ,imagination, 18.19..80.21,2*.27..23.'i9.30.,31.32.33.and 34. in Became no care required when using them.. Eat .2. That all licene.'S far,driving.drts. dreyt
at within thd
:. wanting two thirds of a rim and like Ch arles the toniisbiplSt Sections,3.,4, ,5.'O,7 8, 9, |0. 15 17. ,waggons'or other carriages for hire ,
.Darieo Ceo besides cn1'men. Id,19.20.21.2R. 29. 30. 31,32.and 33,in township and drink"what yon,die*ate,and have no l .arof cold city,aboil not* Iranaferable, and shall b taken

: lion" hare.gone the way of all Bankt. Money tentha"crownMI, wish'Fcould get a Ba;ik Char 18 ; Sections 4.5,6,6. 8.9 17. 18,19,2u29.30, 31. or'cold,water; the body U. positively less liable.to cold for>ix or twelve niouthe I,if f.r six,months.aha

, is ter ; I'd.'stablish' :my office in the Evrglades, arid 32, township 18 and sectipns 5. '6.7, 8. 17, 18, afte/than beoesds., ., Those humors being removed commence on the. first .day .f January and ec
.getting-$o plcnty 'jou'can buy, oine dollar where lie folks 19 20 29 3& 31 and 32 in township 19 of the first day of Jnlr iu each JUI..IIII if ir
bills for twenty fiye1 cent* LPTh Darien and shell but my bills down' east nineteen.At, ., ,> range, bl ilil.lPaI" which ',causes colds and coughs, or twelve,months ahaJJ commence on,the first day

" ; is, figbtin' ; 1DfI.' / buy up all'th land in the same place" in continuation S commencing oil which,by incnmberi if the bloodpreentits repelling January of .,ery .year 'BO,deduction beironde

::: Banjc has published' tb n& :But&! the PUls.remove all iacumbrance_ from |JA.be aiaouot to be paid for the license forth .
*'p' the bIokeA Bank makcs.$ tcment"e, '! lands within the *; e inu-rvraiug:Ume. between these d tc*; e;< --'- ,
to my,counter to draw specie t : sat of tee uu sp(rwpiiated vacant public blood.their:effect in,this partkular.is selfevident.latany ,auca L- .
Jureofeta'toVd
' as good. asa' otouiBanlc.'den. IIV.r'Y Charley," with a serious prol >ngation the.liuili of the ,uudermeutionea to wit : townships_ and, tictioualtonahips. They maybe take. 'umethatbody'req'iire. V.,every rente,person slwll be whohQ'nbliz l., and they are hereby required .

: of replied his chum in a venerable sol. South but /I'M '.tIll tJtt ncridi uiedciue.either before or after meals? when out oral' .at al. times ef the day(Sunday*exeojred I' .
t 'MACOKB,the,reputed Minister Ettraordi. emphasis, /lY eojof **. e. without any inconvenience being ci pens need. to merchandise afl J '
dicr's with:ventilators atthe. el wws 'as Township;except sections 23,24.?$,'26,27;34, And that ) carry IU goods,wares ',' I '
jacket a certainty {
; ,. nary to His Excellency thee Right Honorable ind36 f four.Townshipl no miligoant'dieae cv IMVRK cuinmouiiies' application being made and{be I' .
, Sutott'JosEs of iho Ererglades and 'he warmed his lega Uthe sun over the sea,wall 35., t> range twenty 5. while.they ere used.r r Thus establishing the foci that money tendered;,and far every neglect or refusal -
; :; : ,King Cap. fractional, township 2, 3, 4, and C, we have only to use those remedies which PURIFY .
,tain,General of the Seminoles, commonly called Vy. II always thought you'd a nat'ral g< n's for towesbtps7.'ud 0,_fractional >nsps..9rand, 10, the blood,to be free(loin ALL disease it being now 'thesamoftendo'hrs.so to, do,shall forfeit or pay Provided to the always corporation,Hut, '

"... Sam Jones, has Dot thrived.. According to CoL new inwcntions. If you'ha'n't got noUun, more ,sections 5, 6 that, 7, 17 township, 18.19.20.29,30aud3lintowurbip 12lying eat" Oft a well known fact,ti at every disease.'whether it be in the owner of suea cart.dray waggon or other
II I
;
, -, >. Downing, Mr. Everett of Yermont (stingy dog) prime ,as,,thatyou'd better be Director 0" the ,Jubus,.and section part, fractional 2,3, lit 12 and. 13, in the ward brain ulcer or or munciE aninw anl member abcest;,are whether all. though it be:an arising cut- carriage for ,wu pre' engaged offer to work such immediately rwouable ,
some shall
Life and Trust; 'cause they 'shells,all 1 t,.'way fractional township 13 or twenty sir.Fraciional person. or other
range
: would only vote $5000.for the appropriation.- from many causes,reducible to one grand.effort name excuse U ball be approved of by the Court
"., pff to Apalachy, that's most to s doWI, and1 nobody Townships 1.3',5.671:3; ; h and 10, ,y, impurity of blood, : bn
;> Of course the gallant Colonel refused. cuch a pi auk fractional townships-II, ,north,of,Dunn's lake, In of,the : ot\heir or nutirtrate before, whom ,the. case may S ,,
pleasantness
consequence opera.tionthey /
. '* tifulsum. 'dares bring the bills here to got chink rtnaI'rowna1ups.,12, 13.and 15, and ,townships are universally used in section of this brought.'
: :
.t.. 'cause they're' afeard,o' Injuns." 'j'II IG. of rauge twenty'.!ven. wide extended country where they every are mide known 3, That all ,drivers ocd. drs. wagcon ;!
t. Fractionaltowu.blP ., and 2, townships 3. 4.5,6, and tttber earrii:. in thi.-et'j are strictly proItibiud -
) .
"
Dllk important Vy, Sam, said Charley reflectively, vy do and are last .pereedIDI every other preparation of I
7,8,0, and 10.aud fractional townships 11. 12. 13, 14.' from driving at a faster rate than a walk!
prnened.iDtiJar import- of thou
We learn from that invaluable the Pen. Upwards fourteen .
paper call U Life and Trust! j >
they or ILJI trutorpco.threugbtbettrecta.and en
15, and 16 of range twenty eijhL. i sand eases have been certified as cured solely(toni liter '
,.sacoLi Gazette ofthet.h ,ult, that salutes were 'CauseI' s'pose will live. as long folks 'Fractional townships 2, 3,4.5,and 6.Townships 7, nse,since the introduction of. ibetn into the: United approaching or turning comers of streets they

t ;. fired upon the arrival of the ship Macedonian tnut it 11as j jI 8,9,10,11 1,12,13'and, 15._and 16,of,range twenty States,thus estibUshing the f.el,'beyond all doubt, shall., not, or free drive faster of than coluur a,walk.violating: .And, uywblt. tins
eight. ptttoa
I 'r' And that beyoud dispute her compliment:'of officers enclose to'you for publication the foregoing Fractional. townships 2,"3,4.5, and 6, Townships that the disease Brandrela'Pills*by 't. I 0.cure. ,simple the(apparently act :of continually mi>st opposite clause:shall tUI( 't end pay, the sum of five dol

consists'or thirty-two 1 How surprising! sagacious dialogue,as an evidence that,even, the 7.,8. 9. 10. J 1. 12, 13. U. and 15 of rangetwenty nine evacuating howe a with them until the disease git pa lar;and if a ..fI. his owner or employer shall
.. Fractional 10 H 12 13 14 15. a like sum ;and wa refusal to pay the same,,
tf.
, inter. Townships, Pi way,therefore.what ever' be said uf' thoTHKoir: pay
classes well may
: HbIT'Iionahit. lower as as gentlemen are 16 and 17..of range thirty.FractionalTowrwhips. the OTIUTT of the raicrics n DOW BXTOJD AILDOUBT said slave shall 're iTeI, not tese than ten, ,nor. '
.
in "credit and and more than twenty rtnpea in the.market bog* I
The Portland AdterMertf 12th March informs ested 'perpetuating systen" 11, 12 and township :: '
'
to understand its mysteries.AN 13. 15.16. and 17 of range thirty ore. As Brandreth's Pill : core Fever and 4. That ib,following rates be allowed.cartmen
.beginning Scnrvey,
) ;4% us that distressing Accounts nave been ivedP' EYE TO Fractional, township 12,' and Townships, 16, and Ague, Costiveness i nd.its consequences, seafearing fur loading carting,.and unloading.viz:, .

from the M fifth Division" then Avgvtta. *So- i. WINDWJARD.8t 7. ol.: ranie thirty two., II men, and foreign 'region, should nut for each load (rum the City Ga ;..east I

g in'" is not what i it,is II cracked pp to.be." On I i Augustine, April 3d. j 1 :Town-hip 17,of range lliirty three. I be alitraftUtrto to resort iu them on every of Tolomtto' direct' along said street, and ';.
Fractional-Townihip 17.'of range thirty four. I occasion ] medicine ctwutis required I on tbe east aide of danchez, Creek, :o a

Friday they marched&wearisome six miles and ,Paueozers,: The sales willoacb be kept open for two weeks (unless where they are,, Tune or climate effects 'them not, line called Canovas Lane*running east t* 1

0 one or two companies were compelled to'evacuate I In' the sloop Superior, from Key We it-Miss the lands are sooner disposed of)and ro longer ; provided they are k t dry Gentlemen will find tbu. the waters of Matanzaa Kiver. 'I2. cts .
I aud no private entries of land in lb. townships so :medicine one that will eu.un health to the For each load ;any distance within theabove .
the Town Hall, preparatory to a town meet Gciger,Mr.& Mrs.Doubleday, Messr. Blackwood i ruI.Ie on .
offered, will be admitted until after the expiration of. their estates.BrsudreuYs. limits. 12 -1'
ing. On Sunday they.attended Mneetin1,** but ,Hastings'' Holmes Troup, Campbell the two weeks. .. For e-fh. lo i
r AS misfortunes never come single! alone,'* the Dromgoole. 'I t tIn Lands appropriated,by.law. for the nse of schools. Pills have,universally secured friend above limits tv any point Hath o(CauovasLarw /,
4 j I' the Schr.Mail, for Bermudas-Mr. Hewlett military or other purposes.vtilf be excluded fronuales. wherever they have ceo introduced;,and I, Benjamin 2i : .
II favorite 'preacher ,was absent In addition to In the SChr.'Empire for Charleston to sail- Given under my bind at I be.City of Washington, Brandretb Doctor ,'dobelievelheralo po .. For e
',. ordinary.weapons,the men have been furnished. Mr. Shadgett Lady,&servants Mrs.C. Hedrick, this eighth diy,of March. Anna Domini 1839. eel.a all the, p opertie I I hue, attributed to them : and Ihave routh along tbe east side of ?ancb xCieek. .

*, with testaments (then they need 'not'make their Mr. Withcrell & Lady, Mrs. Kent & child MissA. 31. VAN BUREN. ', osed them lf iu and in or any iutermediate Ibce. 124 I
family an
Alvarez CoL Tro Dr. Elwood, Messrs. H. By the President :' mys my ez\en- For each load (rum any point within UM < ,'
,
,
trttti). The soldiers.it.is encouragingly added, P Hastings, A. Rogero p,Jos. Barn T. Flotard '& JAKE Wnrrcovi, .live practice fur ove, ten years,and wy experience has first mined limit lo any point wuI let ,

L v ..are In excellent health, while-Capt,K.and Lieut son, M. Solana: F. Goldstein F. C. Rduse, El. Comininlcm;.of Uu Central land .. fully confirmed me t uj opinion that, ,all diseases can | gauche Creek 'as far as SoUoa's OM: : .; "- '
C. II will I ,NOTICE TO PRE EMPTIONCLAIMrtNTdL te removed those remedies which li. Ferry ami as fur as the we.t end of tie l' ''J
return by '
(lucky dogs) probably robust wood, Cruger McKellan, S. Northrop, p. Alvarez i ve a specific ; linen running from tlw Ft r.ilariou to'the .. ; "

.and heart)'mm" Can this be covert insinuation D. P. Campbell, W. M. Holmes !; to.any Evenperson! ,of the 'Innds claiming' designing the in right the above pre-emption proclamation ,,action on the organs of the-stomach and" bowel... and a I eaI side lr 3t. SelMstian Uiver. K 25 '

,.that the gallant Captain and his subaltern ; is requested to prove the saute to the satisfactionof xene ra'action on tti system such a* my Pills have. For,each load from any point unrth of 1 ".

are to be reduced to the tanks by the qualified f ,UlAtmn1l1 'IT4t the,Regi-ter and Receiver of the propper land office Mr.Abernetby. has clearly proved that all local die ., Co novas Line within the first specified,limits t/> ,

electors J Mars forbid 1 ; and make payment thereftr' soo a$jrriuticallt'after HUll can be cured by- those remedies which bu,.' -._any pumt of North,CIty,south tiC eb JoyneUiver U.. .._, .----v-, ',.
atretn tJw-1'
J 1l'fll lAb coats In order thattbe claim may be adjudicated curative effect on the stomach add bowels.' 1"'r,-, I' I .
1. by thosootScers' agreeably laW', in due time "2.. '. 1i
'l The Steamer Ffcft == a=from I prior to the dayaprnrinted for the commencement'of E1 'tJ'E q f:1 For each ,load fioiu south or Canova. '!" """,
Lane to poi h( Xonh Ciiy south'ur. .
to Picolata D from the public ial; and all claim. not duly" made known any "
GREAT CAl TION IS NECESSARY
,7poRr OF SZV JUG US Joy ner street. ; 311 I
prior to the date aforesaid are declared law to be
this and the byl '
) returns uc1JID'gJit intervening places the UranJreth and
forfeited. to procure genu te Pills, yon can Fur each load from any point noilhiofllie I '

of Brunswick* StMarys Jacksonville and : ARRIVED. JAMES 'WH1TCOMB.Ctnmittitnureftht S I not fail to procure the genuine if you. lake the follow.EraoH 'City Gates U an) other point south of 'I j .

Black Creek and completes the route of steam I March 29-Schr.,Elizabeth, Byrne NeV York Gtnertl Load Jke. ing advice.HowVobxSECU. i Jiiyner Street ruiiriimed to. th, :t. Sebastian '' '

navigation f'r9inM\ td Florijla I ThIS boat via St Johna.nver. .! NOTICE. weeks after date I will 'l'pl.1ljIO COUNTERFEITS. 250 River"et of. 'L'inbcrsl.aI1 comuinte a- load.. J2,1 I

gets high credit lor neatnessw fare"comfort and t ,Sloop Superior, Heyley,Key West 4 days.AprU .' County' Court of Columbia Never to purchase]irendretb's Pills,. without being ,21JBriek.aloid.( :, ,II'
Schr. & Frances Magee
1- Stephen fur utter/of Administration the.Estate of '
on
County that has 4QO .s"in.I it 1..1. ,
positively sure person selling an oa."ZD ,
expedition, and long may she continue to merit Charleston,24 hours. GABRIEL. CASON, Ute of said County, dec. it has One full H"'g.he4d or PI;|.. idoqtiIeLod.One S I '
certificate of nd QUr observe been
it I 3-Schr. Corn li8" Rogers, Darien., Luraberi; LOVY CASUN. agency re- Tierce uF llic,or :uar,a luaif.' '.
_.___, -_". _' ,I to Master. 110 BT. BROWN. newed ;,nocertificat binganygiraraiiteeafiertwelv.months Ono Darritl.half 1'iail.," ,

\ CT We hear that the,house,pf Mr. Rollins, at I WAITING WIND. Columb;> Co.,'Fa March 23. )839 from'. date tnak Pills sold,by the ,bolder! ,are ge- ,4 Cord of \VouJ( .n ba'!. <. '

the Iread'of' SL Mary'.river on the edge of the !{ Sch. Empir ,''Southwick, Charleston-i i Election for Delegate- Coagreau- .. nuin I I Every full cut 'or drell laid of gooJ;;wjarw- '

Oke-fc-noke, and within about forty ,five 'miles t Sch.Stephen &Frances Magee, C l ston.I P U oLie NOTICE is hereby given, that an,Election My own office fur the certain supply of the pure- ntercliandisc. arid eoinntoduk's. hut beretofoiM / .
SAILED. !, will be held onthenm Monday May Medicine,.*25 cls. er box, with full dir.ctioul.is .1 eaumentrd, and in blk. ,and weight not equal '
Trader's
of hill was. .attacked by ,the, savages next(being the or that month) at the follow : .
29-Brig Cashier, Houston, BaJ mor Live day 70 MEETINGSTREF.T- to 4 fill bovhead or |'ip UaU cwiutiiute a load. ari.
after the withdrawal of > ing placea or precincts in the county of St.Johns, for I .
soon the militia' from Oak. : One door horn,Qiieec.CbarWsion., That if any owner or driver o( any emt.
that district The wife Mr.'R.ol11is' one Delegate to represent the Territory of Florida. in dray or other'cat rugefcr hire, shall demand .
shot 1 Sch. Bourne
of Exact
Philadelphia.Scb.'Delight : the Congress of the United States, to'wit: i ,(ar:: Druggists are lever appointed Agents therefore receive greater rare*, price..or pikes fur tho
dead, and himself made a fortunafJb: and narrow ; Brown Key West- &Apalachi.cola. At the City or St.Augustine.at the Court 00 J... purchase only at 70 IEETL'GST.AND carriage an1'any .ir the aittchr ationtd in the '

cecape. :' ,_ 'At Moccasin Branch at Fort Han'oni; V REMEMU. :K 70 aJe.t n.It. is the only 4th eLsie of ihi.ertiiiiauce.than are allowed,tl<4 .

-.'I- : hhl Charlttton.&c ,St. .iuguntinc ,Packet At Picolata the house" of John L, Williams Esq. place in Charles :i ere the Uue BRAN 1tETII person '"uft"" dinC. a if* whilo pefson or a frrtpenou "
On the 21st ulfc G iz. If. A &m The following persons are hereby designated and exclusive uf "j.r. shill Crevery such oSauce pay '
Caarfcf > 'I'acUet EMPIKE/L. I PILLS are sold, m, own office C>T their .
Schooner SOUTHmaiif election
appointed Inspectors for conducting,f..id to a fine of five dollars; and if .' slate, bU owner -
twohundredand thirty,mounted. volunteers.fron) aTilE rwiH run'r>f ular throughout the wit : i t' '. sale* p. 'DR NO"RETfI. U. I D. or employer chaff I pay a like sum. and on relus!" .

the Cherokee Country, engaged for a service'of between U,. above Ports. Her ac-. At rtt. Augustine. Edwin T. Jenckei, Peter B. lu .. ,24IBrjadwarN.Y.HEDRICK to pay the same, the Mid slave shill be dealt with
coruniodati see:comforUl'la.and cJu"n.i i '., Gabriel,W. Perpall. Sold by JOHN J. .
mas. Esquires. ,as H provided iu the third clause of I his 01 d iaance.C. .
ut
three rnopths, cncarnpcd Jacksonville.on the t Travellers will ,find tliis ,";Odd of conveyancn aspi I ,At Fort Hanson Robert Mickler, Philip Weadmau Agent r :t. Augustine. That if any person having obtained a, !r.

River Ocamulgeci on their wayto Trader's Ii1, ;, *a'ant if _ol more w.as any ptlicr now in kij.eraiiuiibet I ,'and Georrp' C. A CDS t a, Esquires. .cense as aurosa4 shall,within.eUe months,be ,
where it is* believed 'they for 'a'short time'will "e n the two OtI:; This p.tcket nlways'ioes' well At Picolata.John Lee Williams, Thomas Coverly.nnd convicted of four oKi iccs api.aat this ordinanr. \
ballasted and ne\er takes dttck load \ CrockenbTougluEsqaires.. ,DAIVCMR. KG SCHOOL. .before allY migi.trate of this city either by bim-
. come under the command Major L The, ,I N. B.Always; tiiucbiuf .t aianualt whecever' a At the same election will 1 be submitledTor the'approv .AUGUsT d TATIN bating returned tn St. stlf or any other person or persons driving'tba

7 General has waived the precedence of rank in 1 moderate encuura einent offcis, l or dinapproval of the electors the ConstitutionUtf Augustine .Ounces tu the puUlkaMd b:.for. ccii,- dray ..'jun. or other carriage..to' which .

favor of Gen.' Floyd, during the 'campaign, and l ly agreed upon by the Convention held at tit Jo-. ruer patrons,. that iwill open Dancing School -any such license refrs, he shall forfeit each Kceu .
the In County Court-HT. JO//.V* COI/.VTK.' sephs. a. is provided in the'schedule or ordinance or! on Friday Evening.the 224 iusU flrt.Ilt1..n. HeHoom $*. end shall not be entitled to receive one iu
goes into field with the,commission of Major.It i AT CIIAMUEUd. saiJ Convention, from whic4 the following extract ia o..(akeuihe Long' ,of Col. ,Cue.'situated in lens baa twelve months thereaAer. j

That ail r.x: ( Several dwelling houses near the'Steam aw ORDERED ... pj>.ar before the said Court. [;. This Constitution shall be submitted to the peoplrt 1r..T.-wilkiYewee! >I ly Atsembliee to the Ladies and all ordinances or parts of ordinances .

Mill at Savannah,and the Schr.JMnforo of Providence t.. tie beld'i the C ustiue on the first' Monday uf JuUi.as a Court ofUrdioary 'first Monday of May nexu Each qualified 'oter shall Summer rn'antb sh subscriptions be made npfo wacguns or other carriages,be and the,same are ,
lying at the'wharf were destroyed by tlteii.and there to render full and correct, accounts express his atseot or dissent to the Constitution by di' defray the'eipeme. > hereby repealed.Passed ; .;

fire ou the 25th ult Two hundred tons of coals of the receipts ami eipendrtures of ajlih) E. reeling the managers of said election to write opposite Air.Tatin offer. al Q ,to instruct in the art ofDaniis 16th Jaol' 1839. .

.were consumed and the wharf was somewhat tAles which they m'y severally have under their con to hi. name on the poll book,either the word Coxsti cing .aD',private ''d ,requested, ; F. I- DANCYMayor.TeAP.B.Dcus.Clerk. .
trol. f vftoa,".or"Xe Cmttit* a."] as the case may be. Days of tuition, th e. times per week Tuesdays, '
injured. Given under my1, htndat the'CAr of'St. Augustine, I Given tinder my band at the city,of St Augustiae, Thursdays end Sat jjrdays. fcryonnf Ladies,in the ____' .
Somebody on the 24th, left an infant child.in the 4th day April' 1339. the 27th day of March, 1339\ Afternoon.Mondays Wednesdays, 'and Fridays, for -.1--I t
E. B. GOULD. E.,B. GOULD .Gentlemen! ,in the E ening.' EX6LISR &CHO L. ,
the and else it from
: street somebody adopted ; &.J A., 3 lessons : .
JuJge C. C- C.iiaSg. JnJe County c. St JAa C0a rv. Terms of Tuition 110 bier Quarter- .net '
:. which nopes are'entertained that.U may yet be. Ilu k'U.1 pay.blen .ci s lae 'MR. B. CREEG N.kaviog separated&evi : J
*
CIevlJ Good for, CtlBItOft'I.. '
", Rn. Mr. Uadiett. roost respeetia&yannounCH
',! ,-_come a'ixseful memberof.8OCiety.The New ArraBaemeat. N. B.-Mr.T.t" also give lessons in Musk, prK '
,,HE Subscriber I is grateful to the citizens of the to the citixeus of Su Angastine.thE ,4.
editor of the Georgian expresses a hope Steam Packet line for (Charleston' Territory of Florida, and particularly of the city ..telrot by classes! he has already commenced teaching school. ist the '

that H our police will be on the alert to detect thethtth.b1'iie9 ,Picolata and Saran' ,sah. of a'L Augustine Jacksonville,' Manarir. 'and Black StAugustineFe 19,1833.THEuncrsignei boose belonging to Capt Micklrr..sitstated e n '
elegant Steam Packet FLORIDA, Captain Creek for the liberal patronage be bas received or Charlotte Street' ia which he wiO receive r/j J
'SarbUities.tf they are ever THE '"occ. will leave PieaUta for S.c aiuU them, and solicits attention to'this .adrertiamenl-nd I NOTICE. carefully instruct as b* ':'has heretofore d"'r

repeatetU5" but as he.does not specify farther, we every Friday ; tc meet the Steam Pecket THORN a bare of public patronage for the present year. Fin. I have aaocitted themselves under children who may be confided to his cue. h ,"

:a\alos3to'dclenru'De h Captain ROATH, leaving Sttfnmak ,.Jlonday'morning diug the city overrun with transient traders,be U'compelle C'e.for the aLto,bers kave ta inform the pubite' that fc -.f' .'
I are thethe.yinnahare in Chtrletto tours to do cash business to,enable him to toddy, Sock purpose '
at 7 o'clock arriving in lit <| a only pain or trouble lor the i improremo ;
the l ,esolt ,.. tbe .tJ&re.
Dogberry's; cautioned ''to prevent the aban- and returning on/Tuesday nijlh. paiseugers .&proceed eopc with others, and be pledge himself. keep on carrying on Cractrf the his popils, and tboiib bis school U oj+u lo stwitboatdistincti'.nefcrced.yeth.dspedm'w. '
Thankful for
(t&in.rir'''the":ddop'tidn of a. .lne female south in the FloriJa on Weduesdav;thus*,ptr- hand a superior assortment of all kinds of Goods in Store. 133. East Bay. jMtron4ge so \ t :
'solkit of thesame.
child**. in futurevr / fwctinga fine of.steam: navigation frpra,Florid to the his line of business, and will sell them as low, if not liberally bellowed thla/ t continuance rticularlJ'apoa the patronage of the CaUioSc \ '
.
.",. I' ., I,' State of'Mai*& less than any others in this city wholesale or retail ).RODDY.J. community for sappoit. --
\ 4. '_ The Florida calls at Jacksonville, St. Marys,, and Any foods taken from hi. store to, look at, and not .A I'
; RODDY.
.T q lri 'Is rea11y a spirit. Brunswick. returned in 'twentytfonr hoars will-be considered JNO F. O'NEILL. TERMS. ; \
;
edrpaper and beautifully,got It should be St. Augustine. il.rih29th, 163d. sol J. ami ,n advance charged on them 25 per cent. Charleston. March 1839. .CI 8. Young beginners, per q aner, $3 00 '
up.
\ I"
I Any person 'wi.binl.credil muet'elpetI pay more Thosjn mote...! SOOF
, patronised by all lovtre'of field sports.x ..' For Charleston, ,for their goods and by calling, ,at his stores they, cane 4. -r B ok kecptag. Geometry Survey \i

: .Ware, indebted to the Spirit of the Times (Thoig& hg J Iit() { {.,many assortment articles consists for half in price by paying Goods the, Fancy caah.Ii ..THEIn .COUNTY COURT Dmot County.eEitoieof ing. &. are nDerl1Jut..a.i' 6 03Catboiie ", .,,' ,".J-54

, '. ,and the Albion for well engraved portraits'of the .". Head and Beaufort. articles, LadieV Bonnets, 1 fanor011 Shoes, Boots the matter t/i \ ) Notice of ..ire1'1D1a pareate CUiboDe diildrea. atriet eneads IQ. -- \ .

, taunts*Augusta Black Maria and the Queen of THE superior and fist sailing steam packet Hardware. Cutlery Carpenters' Tools, &.'and of Oeo. 8. ,jf tie,dec. \ Discharge. to SHnday School end U the poafic aemces! ,'

England.' E. D. Ron'a malter..iU run regularly nearly everv article called fur,too numerous ta mentoo, D. ti ouo, Administrator of the Ee- I the eharcfa.whilst efaOdres of eta**reHt&M sV \ t
ANDREW
: ._ t between Savannah and Charleston;l.ice a wetk having received front New York, Philadelphia, Nousdee. having 'adjiuledithtbe DOa.tioaa will ba au..ftcI.aoajesi tfarir \ .j

Mr. Busts baa established-soda fountain lea ing Savannah at 7 o'clock k,on Mondays and Tbu rs- Charleston, and several other places an extensive assortment -1 tbe accounts jbeire and assigns of said estate, places of worship.withesjt uieifexiag. wi tbe .t \ -;!
I -r dava.raoenirers. and will continue to,receive by n.arty every i hereby fives notice, i that immediately after the expire- relijEioas prisjciplesVMr. \\ J' ..:
i where.we are: happy to 'inform our fcllow-citi. .ill be landed and received at' Hilton arrival goods various description, which anal be lion of six months fro+ito the date.hereof be, will apply C. win give _3T ryadfttS .rj- !

, ens they may obtain both Soda water and ice tozaoderate'lheir Head aaJ B.au1otonI3. \ .lold.if eGlL IledoMUOt wi.h to puff bat have the lion lodge oCt a county court fur Deval count day and Banday exte} e4)ia ha SdMei tUMua ,: :
For freight or passige apply on board at Bolton' he public to come and judge fotshamielrO. before!!I for a full and final set DIlDa of bit accounts with\ the fre.7 o'clock to 9.w those whs> easy .
i : temperature during the coming Wharf or to CLAUHOKN & WOOD they purchase elsewhere u they can save their mo.nynd aid estate and for hie itcbarg aa such administrator.IN rreetve them froos aisv. '

t 'elections. ; Savannah, March 26, 1639. : credit too. JOHN J. JI DRlCK. March 84, 1839. : &A.gutioeMa1cb7tm' ., ,. (, JI
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; "*papSrECTU8'OVT"r.! t' we 1I'.d 'otebO t their{rue interests.. 7 "'ft' ."IIEIGDTS 'OF' ; : ; \ I": ., '0.1 BOW ARD-SI1J ,-
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,''': .:. .tI 4, R".LD: : 'or\'From the minions pf wealth and power\wo,ex.tJ ; 'sT..IUcubTIXE '. ':-Towsf er ST.'jomffs' :. *' i. ClRCVLATIXG'LIBRAKY.i: ";<', ,
ct aid their coutributioru,like their v 't : -on'the:
no ; purposes ;; of St. Johns i. situate I
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1 ,. --.AND BOUTlIEttW DKMOCRAT.v',''\ .. have iu lheh'too"mucb'of selfishness and'calculation .. .1'. THETown East .1; Allpoewns wishingfor books'out of{ibe.' <
Johns
; ; ANDVILLAGE.OF the noble Kiver St. ,, will
f; : '*AsVor ler.l: Indicates, weVntcrnpon: to be, attracted:lo the, support of a,, : '* Florida, about five miles above its junction with what Library they will please have select from the' catalogue. "

,' :d. ,. now'suge 1 in our editorial l career., Hhbctto we Pontiff, Press, the sea, and twenty mites below the town of Jack'; '.2.: All Strangers;must leave,in tbe.>
11.- ". have'.ought'tocontribute our tniteln the promo- We willIYPPO'L"MARTI Via BOBEX. He U a' J ST.. SBBASTIA3M. sonville'and thirty five miles "north of Su Augustine deposite I.
value(the of books borrowed
; I lion of.nchobyeeuawere calculated to advance northern w'an-bot hi* highest pra,'eis. -lhatheis PON a tract of One Thousand Acres, wes : The nearest point where it could be returned.' set" - .- -onw. they are-
I d '. !I vnr in population and PRESIDCIT or'TA.U iUD Ptortt. Hisprinciples U1 the 'Sebastian's the of importance '
Territory pro"periljlnd of, and bounded by St. possible to establish a waterlog place any 3. No subscriber 'will be allowed ,to bare" .
:" if we> have failed all csold hate such as the South cast and does number of Lots extending : the
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i.. = accomplish we .ap P uprieorl.'h ve I laid out a ; from'its being perfectly open 'more than set of books'af dte name ..iI'"
I f;' '., desired forte public good,. it has not been' (01'r1t prove.. t from the'High Lands or Hills, down to North and East it receives all thq'advantages of ape ,
want bran houect'ana solicitude' His generous is not eorfted athome is 'well suited for a the of ojtt extra pay. .
anxious upon ; the River.: The situation, the trade winds wbioh blow across GnJpb :
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t f : our. part to do j justice to oor,obligations.; But spreads itself abroad o'er all the public Town or Village;'andjposseises many tnkng Florida,,at the same time divested of be. keenness week win persons be'charged keeping extra. "more one '
: 1 With sneeetsif e period of aad And full for of the land." .' St Sebastian like most of the the
; prosperity .re etery member advantages. The peculiar'to aC residence 'on sea coast taken
books from
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11; ( vers6tbe Territory has teeu advancing Whatever may betide,-.we like his principles Rivers in the vicinity, is but an'arm of the Sea- The water opposite the town is(excepting in the lOr.5. Any In ;libfary than ,:ud > "
'" n i it*resources$tad populaliop'uDril it now evidently and are his friend and pur-friendship is not ona and affords the most excellent fish oysters and rainy seasons) as thoroughly salt u at the Bar ; or damaged say.way more the'com

I; :: : approaches maturity that will oblige it to As uithdnucn' vhen hit protped art gloom and clams. The prospect the North East and East ..consequently as beneficial in its effects for sea roon'. wear ItwilU.e2ptcaeddaatuloeautllebo, the damage mutt be'paid for. '=

1 i.: r. ere long to'assume the responsibilities an independent replaced ichen the chances tn i* kit'ftvot. We and South i*extensive and picturesque, and from, bathing and sea air. During the time the British .6 read will be returned
t ,' government 'Already' the prepar-- profess to be 4 1Wcrultt about etergthinglutbvrprineiplet. no point,does the City of St.Augustine appear were possession of Florida,' St. Johns.. '* are: they' TERMS.. -
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I ." tory ,tep* ire in progre** fur'ourodmliwon intotbe to such 'advantage as from this nowly selectedsite place of considerable note ; it then bore the name each 12-cents. ". :
lome
For week
1'l. t Unioa of the Stales} and it is onauifest from We invite all who feel interest In the prosperity ; from the Heights the City, Harbor; and of the Ship Yard, and many'vessels-were built :per r
' ':, present indications, that at nodufcntday Florida aud advancement .of onr country, and in the Ocean may all be' had in view. and Unncbed from tail convenient situation. Subscription for J mOt"r' 'Jso;

I' ,\ "' 'mast take .her pi tee as'a sovereign part to case of Equal Rightt, to favor our'columns,with. The Health of St. Augustine has' been long Steamboats and all other;)tiler. that can ..cross, \ 'Do.Do. "*V6.3T ,do.daw : "6,50.,00.; .
"" :. the Federal compact With this their .id. and St Sebastian cannot .
approximation known appreciated ; the bar,may approach within 38 feet of the town,
.' .- to a change! la oar'political relation. arises new WI are making arrangements to enlarge, and be less salubrious, since it is emoted from the the river, banks gently sloping to the channel.A Do. 112 do.' WO.CATAMGUZ .

..7 A, 'd tie.and responsibilities to tbe People and tot otherwise improve our'sheet,which we hope we City not more than half a m,. The Sea breezes for repairing she old King's Road OF BOOKS,..
.':' batten shall be able to do at early subscription J., 2 'Tbe Abb *,2vofc "' p L : ;: ; .
\ the Frets ;rand we to place ourselves in aportion an day ana the absence'of r jcioair..make this hfine.t from SL Johns to Su Au&utiDeia.alrHd) filled. '
.:'i: to|'discharge ourbare of them,with that AT VHA1I ltt,18tb, Nor. It 3d., climate in the United States. There' may with an amount sufficient for that purpose i and 3.C."A'Father.4 Harry, &.. ; : : ; "

f: I earnestness which exigency demand. While who may desire to obtain informa be'rapid changesOf: weather, and sometimes another subscription it afloat in the. 'town of St. t ._ .
"'r? therefore, we shall not relax in our' efforts Ad. THOSE Claims for Losses'In:1811: rude winds, but generally the air is bland and Marys and its vicinity forextrndiag; ?ha 'saiue b. Holyday Present, c'W

'. vane the loaf interests of this 'aection of coanI and 1813, now in the course'of investigation ; wholesome,'and seldom do the Inhabitants pass a road as far,as that place-thus lame; in the distance 6.,8oatbera Western Songster' : ;?.y ". .
7.Souvenir
: i: try'knd the property of Jta city of oar abode, and those who may-wish to obtain Commissions da, without seeing the Sun. ,: from SL Augustine to 8t Marys, at least Minstrel .f.. .i .t., .
;'. -I I; we feel ourselves called upon to take our humble for the examination of Witnesses are respectfully The Orange Groves, which u edto.tie the 50 mlles and Ferry Boats will be in Iimediate 9. Major Jack Downing, [ .: ; :
Stages & .. ,
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hi ,the dissemiuan'on of' those tl0.'T .RomUlCe, **,*! l 1
r' 'i.an principle > ; .
. requested to apply between the hours of 13 pride and charm of St. Augustine, are recovering for.tbe accommodation of pa- : .
operation '
f.;'. .- .. ,, ._ "' wb'teh .will.binkan our town cireunutan and 2 in the day during .'absence of the Judge from the severe, blight of 1835. Wtf shall again -' sengers. ,I Ll,12-Tba: LUtanar, .wk- titi j.t nft ,, .) ':

... ; e7 be Wst calculated to rotnote'tbe eomtndii of the Superior Coon to the*Clerk of the Commission : ,'and. soon,, have oranges ; and the beantrof It may only be necessary for those persons 13. Nautical Beminiscenes' "' ," 'l "' ,: -_ .: a
14. Tales of the
.t. $. TiapplneM'of our people and to render our an > ,at tha residence of the Judge io tSt. Augustine. the landscape cannot fail to be'tm roved,- when wishing to take an interest to observe tie names .1S)6..Tlio\Veptot'\Viah-ToD"WidltTOw.Drama. ,<,. i!

h uexationt the Union'serviceable tojtbe cause or ,.: the Groves are spread,as they will be,.from the of those ,who have already ,engaged Iota inthe f "Ji'f'' it'- w- j
y Popular' Government. With,this view we have ,, The.same facilities will be afforded for the ex.aminaiionof , ':', : ,:. deemed it1pt' per\ 'unfurl lat once the banner of : .WUDe e., and'the.same information 4 to the Heights of StI:Augustine. The situationof ,'and the certainty of.its rapid success ,19,20. Diseip its. 2 voJ, ,y't s K l, ?: (
',. -:" ." our'politico)r.nb..nd to imnounce. 'principles i'en"'l1 if the.Judge were 'personally pre. j the new town affords ,great encouragementto ; A project commodious booll will be speedily completed 2122. Lives of Banditti and Robber'-t.p ?,.2'I. vols ". ; ". ':1'1''

and objective shall seek t* attain.Wo ent.- those who shall become' proprietors, for the a good wharf and a schoolhouse and 23. Scenes in bar. Parish' '. s5 .
I shall r advocate .he RtpiMieau Pnnclptua : Cominissiouers under the cultivation of the the Chinese Mulberry ,< 24. Falkoner; : -i j) _'
; acting appointmentof Orange, church erected. St.:,Johns offers every advan- ....
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illustrated III tbll odmlbutratioii of THOMA the Judge will return the depositions taken by and tropical and other fruits. j Uge to settlers as also to visitors. The Molberry 25. Trial and' Triumph. ,I.- ;t! I
: ." Jxrrciuos and in doing this- we ,devote our. them to the Clerk of the. Commission during the To add to the value 'of this 'property- there $( tree, for the culture 'of Silk-Orange trees- !, 27. 'KiD&. .Own, 2 .0" /: i.':" ."'$'I f t't'28.29.'DomIDie'ILegac.T.2o

selves,with all seal, to the support afcd maiute Absence of the Judge. < are never failing Sprig ,cj FrrS1ll'ater, of superior 1(k.Fig trees-Grapes. Olives,and the other useful ,
,:..., nance of the loots* or ruff Peorut., Believing The Judge lake with him to St..Jocephs and 1. quality;ana free entirely,from the Jute orUmo' productions of the earth; caD be cult:ated here 30. Belinda > J 'f- .

L that the ngbUof the ritatev+', and the Inter Tallahassee! those Claims for Losses which hive or.any mineral flavor. las well as in asy'similar latitude throughout the 31,32. Scottish Chiefs,2; 0"4I'k ,. : .. "

r. tltlllsnc..jermlnencY'of the Union, may be best been siftiuitted,.and be will,occupy "eri mo- With a high and dry, and commandinjr. loc \ world.. Placed new tbe entrance of Doe of the 33. BnrafiJy. I 1 ': .
2 vols.
'' 'adherence to the letter went that e.n be spared for that purpose, in deciding lion, with a lovely prospect,with u much salu most beautiful streams in the universe the advantages 3135. Private Life, : ..-
of'the Cohittitution' we shall ever insist upon a and forwarding them to Washiniton. brity u a mountain region'could'afford-there of this town peculiarly eminent-. 86. Frank, by Maria Edgewortb37. ,- -i .

h .strict Interpretation:' of that instrument ; and The (,Secreur>'. decision on the follow'iiig being no reason to fear agues and fevers, or the the river is-navigsble for steamboats upwards of Life of Black U .kt5 ,U. ; '

h, wniTe'wo *hall'aid iu ousting the exercise, by the Claims for Losses of JBIZand 1813. faa. been country fever:which maybe'fotcndin less favored two hundred miles, into the very heart of a ".. 38. Lecture in Prussia :'
: P J-'e'dcral Government of any power hot express received by,lha Judn- Claimant, .or their At fotitioni. With'ample space'and capacity' for tile and salubrious country, ,which doubtless will 40 jAmerkan Songster, .01-'*. .,!
r Iii Ii ole ated..a. dangerous to the right of:the tornoys,desiring information as .to their Claims, the production of the orange mulberry. olive, (u soon u the Indians are removed be thickly 41. Bnngay poema' i'r '
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'. states aud freedom or the Peoplaj we shall be. can obtain it by calling at the'Judge's residence, arid almost all kinds of fruits;herb and flowers, nettled where numerous towns'will be formed, 42. Bron Ju d.. .. ': 1t; \

equally prompt to discountenance infraction by between the hours of 1 12 and 3, I'M., when if with an Immediate proximity to Ibo ,Harbor of whose produce must be conveyed to this natural 43. Laws Etiquette' ,. .lr'f ., : 'r. i .

e.t i the Statei. or the cuiisiitutiunal antburity of the will ,be furnished by the Clerk of tbo Comuibr St. Augustine; the furthest point of the pro- depot, on the way to markets- This favored spot 44. ,Ambro.e Naval and Patriotic: 8ougeter' .;'i: .
and Eleanor"' :
United States as dan jeroiit,to the preservationf lion. 45. .
"' d' t. will be the resent of fashionables and invalids '
' Die Union. While\ the Federal and State Governminte '. 1. The Executors 01 Don Bartolo do Castrfl j removed throughout the Union. It may be worthy of remark 4&: fiinbad the Sailor,:: -- -

/1 *f.. are confined 'to tbtlr.'appropriate Ferret, recommitted. ,abounding in the finest shell and other'fish, oavi that St. Johns is far remote from Indian 47. Scenes of'American WeafenV i
." j spheres!, '0 have nothing1 apprehend; Neitlier 2.The Heir of John Lawrence,recommitted. .gable rot steamboats,' and offering facilities for district! and that the moccasin has 'not left its '48. Barton' Comio Soaxsier,> ,;.tk'' '.: x

J I < can' depart from the boundaries*' presrribed Claim of Philip R. Yonge,,disallowed. bathing in the Sail Water-the proprietors persuade print wkbin 'many'miles of this plate for Jean 49, 50. The Old ad NeW World,' v-2?yds.m -, <>k>,.( -f '
f.-,! o their action without jeopard/ 'to the liberties > 4. Claim. of Jauies Fulany disallowed themselves that their enterprise deserves 'The"ater for domestic use in St. Johns 52. fire Polish Chiefs,2vols: / ., '

,1:. f and safely of the People. > \ 5. Estate Margarita. Berts Santana,reject' to succeed,and trust it 'will meet with the attention is past.excellent,and numerous sulphurous and other 53. Tbe Library of Romance,, .,la: > .: ;.

r Vindicating the right of the State Againt ed 1. It merits.- mineral found 'in the neighborhood.The 64. Rurality,, : H _
springs are
t Federal encroachments, we shall be doing seta ft. CJmm v ,of Piter Cercop ii.f *ipproved. Donation will cheerfully offered Religious 'river opposite-'abounds infish.of the choicest : 65; The Cabinet Hwtory. .i !:. ,Fj K... I ." 5
vice to the cause of doc vH UU.lO"T.'arbe. 7, Claim of Andre Pacelli,disallowed. '. Societies anJ Churches and to a Seminary quality. and oysters of superior kind can 66 Sketches. of Turkey, 5
t it from us to cherish unnecessarily a feeling ort 8. Estate of.Matiu Port, recommitted., of Learning. 'obtained from their native beds 'within the 57, rA Ricbebea.-vola. ." ffr ., 91 v .:: '

;J' ocal distinction but the signs of the time admonisn :9. Claim of J. Andrea, disapproved.' Application for the purchase of.Lot*, maybe of two boor*:the woods in the rear are 59,60.. The Modem.Cymon,.2 vole.t..r! .[' .

.: ,1 J": j, ,,.; us that the South must havens ect to 10, Executrix of the Estate of Benntt Sogni. made to F. L. Dun, orat the Store of P. B. well pace stocked with deer, wild turkies and uber .61, fn2. ,Self ControI.2..ol. *.. '. ", --J "' ._
r,. ;,i.'t-y. hertelf that she may be 'respected flttwhcra.- approved. DUMAS, in the City of St|Augustine, where a within few miles the Plains 63. The Three' Histories, S' r 1'1
t, are Diego
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It; : Identified in interest and position, Florida uni"t II Claim of s anh Acota,Adm'x of the estate plan of the village is left for inspection.N. which game natural savannahs afford for '64.65,.Discipline 2,vels. ..; ,51. ":taus.ii =**" I *.*'

w. share the destiny and abide the fortune 'of her, of John E.Tate; recommitted. B. A number of these Lots. 'will soon be hundred feed cattle and some, oldie range richest many lands 66,67. Sense & Sensibility, 2 rots". .''._ .<.:." '.". .
rt:., i. neighbor republic. \Vo shill therefore regardit 1 2..Estate of John Atkinson, recommitted. I offere for.sale' auction. in East Florida *in close vicinity The front 68.69. Travels in Bokhara2 vol; r "
;. a* a paiamount duty to give our zealous and 13. Kftate of Uartolo Canovas, rccommittied.N. v .lots in St.Johns are are 100 feet from tbe River at '7071., Refugee in America. vol-;:" ",-, ,r '. 'r 3M

>: ..p cial aid), such a* it utny be, iii defence of the ..Estate of Uoqne Leonard!, not approved. Public Jl olive. high water [I they contain 86 feet front, by 105 72.',Cok. Crackers Tent ': art tt.,\ 'w f1 '

rights of the Socru, from whatever quarter: they r 15 Claim of Tony"Prima.% recommitted. TO ALL whom it may concern, I give public deep ; all 'otb r lots are 100 feet front by 105 in 7374., Owen's Voyages,9 vols.. if i '
1C. Claim i of rt-ter '. notice, and do caution all inter 15.16.V.llrio..2Yola..0. 'i
J may be jnvadud or endangered.. 1'rope.dil8l1owed. persona j J. depth. The principal street, called the Avenue, "
We ire opposed" tin horrid hercijr of AcoLlTiomiik. 17. Estate of John 1 rray. not Ipproved.JII. ested, not to purchase from,F. L. Dancy ahd is 100 feet wide, ; through the centre'of which 77..Gentleman in Black, 'it'n." <& #: -';: j."

rat.r iu aU itiichades and djgrce we hiillUtfuounci Claim of James Arnau,dil..llu\\'ed. M r*. Janet Graham tall; ,or any part of.the FERJ runs a promenade 20 feel wide; to be shaded by 78. Indian..,Wars, :'f'.; 'I. ;. ,
: 19. l Instate of Christopher not RY TRACT, or Height*of St.. Sebutian ; and .9';The n ,
r.;l ; il. Under whatever veil it niay seek Lopez approved., the Magnolia. Wild Orange,Cedar.Bay tree and UD.iiif. :l ...J.' ." "
: :O. Kst-tte of John Ponce;disallowed. all or any part of Six Thousand Acres called 80. nca. "t.
hideous cndeavur
hide its deformity, we shill .other beautiful of this
to couP1I..l'ak .
to discover and expose it. It is subject wu rb.ill '.Ll. Estate of.Alhorto Rofero, disallowed. BUENA .VISTA. the St.Johns ; nod any & street is evergreens similar plan. The mall in front 81.& Allen Precott2; vol*..,: -- .'. -, .
: lands in this and all upon a 83. 84, e Del hind 3 .l.. .' '
r,. never treat in tnea nt ed terns; and especially if .22. Claim of Catalina Lopez,.Adni'x Andres all otbet Territory) 'any and will be ornamented by a double row of Palm v '
Lots in i the of St. .wlich said 86,87,88.89 Gil i Blat 4 rohi. '
d'nollowcd. _
Lopez, City .Angustiue i .
30urnaaz .
n $-miiQO-wbichih> 'Pjnt d'ire-llut. trees. No building excepting wharves will be .
.wi tau indifl'tsreut- te Jirt'\Ve'id'j'IOOlif northernbretltrnu t" it'J. Claim of Henry Hartley, recommitted. Lots end Land (eseet.Lho Heights of,St. Se.. allowed[ than one hundred feet from die 90.9J. History of England, hoG.;.'- ':.: ;' 1'/ '
i t 24. Estate: of Jane dc of the nearer 92. The Crtmiaai CJenJai '" ,: ,f .,',
.r /;,; "r.d : i if pie acntiuiflnt of vcieratou: fur our Atkinson recommitted. bastion accidentally or joedJylel\ river. The whole town is laid out on,an indin f t. :a d'1 ,
." Plat and common history remains to Suspire you. 2 i. Cl vim of Charles Sanchez fa free; black mortgage, are more fully described in the mortgage ed plane reaching altitude of about sixty Jeer, 9.: Anbiari'N.i,Ja.L "

'r if you have Inherited one ark-of that.gond fellowship man) recommitted. on,record, given to me.M.Trustee of.my commanding a good view ,of the river, and the 9.a, 95. Robinson Cin*oe,2 voIsC! .*.'i 7
p': which ouco united our fathers/ if'yon 2;. Claim of GlbriM'rriet.i comniitJcil. ,children: for, the. ,purchase money(by .the said higher lots overlooking sea .No "wiDi OO:SI7. Peter Sirojje.2 vol*. x' r : _
roe I have; roipcct for the'noble CJnltilulioll'.or our 27. Claim of tha Adui re of tbo Estate of Francisco Dancy and Mrs. Graham and which they refuse be bv the Proprietor the expense to' 9899. Midshipman Easy.2 volt .

t'' 1' Government! and buM nut Hglitly the' bl\smgsof P., F tir>,.Senior, recommitted.2d. to pay ,But if' Mr. Daucy.will pay me a. he jai i i render spared M. Johns both :picturesque and propertY healthy.A '100.'The'Pirate & Three Cutler%' .

f., that Union to which we hare been taught' Min* of the Estateof' George Fleming,. brand to, the principal and interest now due on fall block is allowed for a Church and School, JOI. 102. Pacha of.Many Tales 2 vol. ,
look safeguard to the I liberfie of all roeommitled. : .my mortgage and not tell me as he has told me, 103 104. Jacob Faithful 2 rols. ,
i<' as the best and about 20 acres far a public Park, which is at v- '.
29. Clanii. of Juan Leonardiiecomriiitted. that be ;when I have asked him 11(5,106,107.( Children of
'f\ iti part*, we implore you to renounce j'ur.mild owes me nothing thickly wooded with Live Oak, Magnolia the Abbey.,3 vob. ,,
30.) Clahn'nr'SI14ID Follis 'AdinV of tbo Estate for what is rightfully mine then 1 present 108,169. Ratlin the *. ,'' ',
r; .endeavors. The South can'never allqw'an' interference j ; > cannot object' ,,Cedar, and other ornamental trees; and on Reefer;2 vol.
t;: .j' with her domestic institutions; no I of Arbina, Fallis and Levin Gunby recommitted. to his selling ,aDd making lide.to'' the above' the highest portion of the estate. The Area of 110, J IJ. Cousin Nicholas 2 vol... i i.
.. lands. F. J. AV1CE Trustee. 1I h. Ivanhoe W. : i
Scott
: sacrifice can she sutler tlie'violation; of right M- the St. Johns property covers about 1000 acres= by .
51 1 cured to her by nsiitutioual unction We 31. Cltlmof Susan Foli! ',,Adra'x of. ArbmaFallii.disillotved. St. Angastibe, Jan. J2. 1839.; 33-tf the whole of which might be built nppn.if requi 113, 114. Memoirs of a Peere,9 vols. '

:' stani entrenched upon' oar right sad no force< REMOVAL' red. Persons wishing to make extensive Orangeor '115.,'The,Young Wife's Book. '. j ?a ..A
33. Claim of Prudence Plnromer, recommitted. 116 11'1.- Tb Water
Witch. volj.
which; does not annihilate his. can: succeed in ; 2
:.t' bringing to submit to any intermeddling with!, 33 Claim'of Susan Murphy, ", Adm'x of-James' Ii" L.,LYON inforo.. the citizens of St.A u- Mulberry of land groves of from, can 10 to be 200 provided acre., with Warranty portions J 18.:Arabian Entertainments, --v:KJ hI' *.r ;
I Cashen.disallowed. 'gusline and.the Publie.generally, that'.be' 119. Sketch .
of Illinois
he of our 1 local We regard 'r : )
policy government titles will be P .t.,4.f
} I given to purchasers. )
: avery; a*exints among u., to be a moral nnJ 34 Claim of Peter .Sni. A Jin'r. of John So has removed his retailing Dry Goods and Fancy Terms of payment accommodating. 120. Female )BI08npb"r" '55
allowed. .1 %s35. Stare, to the house belonging to Mr. Pernall "
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political:' good-in harmony ,with the nnturo.'ofI gni.-. Fur farther the 121.Tbe *; : ,
the He also leave i inform particulars apply to ProprietorDr. ,. .
'ti', I,man in bit pfJ'etnl.tate-anncuoued by tbe iini-i I Claim of John Ashton. apptovcd. fronting Day. begs to AUDRKW WELCH at St. Johns or to' Gen 122.. Family Pb,sraaian; ? ,-? .!
3&. Lnznrb Ortega's Claim, them,drat be hall just, received an addit tlaJusortmont'or 123. Robbia'
|Vn..1 of nation in sorate other ofit approved Journal, ,' ,
practice or *,| P. S. SMITH.Agent, Su A JtU n& > :'
< '. 37. Claim of the Adm'r of-Jos.; staple and fancy aiticles,consisting 124. Treatise' '
Floyd
?: -anJ'justified by the of Holy approved Astronomy: :
Writ snipes,: Thtrn our opinions precepts; if you.,differ' -" in part of Irish Linen. Liden Diaper, and TableCloths SLOCKS,AND 'LOTS ENGAGED 't ']i, The Tor II in, 'h .,- 'I". .l, rff -*.N

test in the peace which poor own eiem tins from| J8"Claim.J.hn_ WingMiVapprovod. Muslin de Laine, assorted patterns, Bob- Lot. Slock. 126. The Mysterious Monk. .'- ',H v I
J. I his imagined sin will yield,you. and ieaie ns: .t X), lirti-tc t of Jnse Pedro da, Uurgn..ppro.ed.- inet Laces. Plain and cross barred fancy M nslius, -.in,. .1 General Smith. 127,128L Eugene Aram,by Bolwer, 2 vol*. '" _.,
40.3 Cfniru of Wecdinan : : Cembiic Dimilty, Black. and Green Lace Veils, ."' 3 Messrs. Cleland & Simmons. ,
on this snbj-ct, to roiiri lre*. ''And frtrtlwryc Philip r;'approveaV -129.13U. East& West, U.yoW;;: i" .
41 of : Acosta recommit. Black and While Silk. and Cotton Hose Linen Ii '10 Cleland & Simmon. 131. .
t be.itatis'no&to say to those of the'north. vho,vn-1 filargaritu. I Garry Uwen, ,I
It "teruia and would cncourree *Pntt'rnente a*; ted.! Cambric, Madras and Pongee Handkerchief, I 2. 3 b1n.Nicol. ." "r.. 132,133.134.' RinaldoRlnadmV.3rob.' 'Ii

L injurious to vnr rightt nJ interests come not oiiiong -;; 42 Kstai.o'nr Sarah Petty, disallowed." double and singlew"rked Collars,. Kid and Silk. Ii" 9 II rt. NicolL :.. i .. 135-: Memoirs .!. n -v-K '

't.! us.Ve will hot ,harbor traitorsin, onr;; "Without interest. ; / '. -_ Glovesembroidered Tippet. af nno, aDd Brocbe t'H 3' CoL Hallow. 136,137..Brevoby Cooper \b, ,. .
. Silk Shawl*.. Mack silk Braids Sheetings.and 5 I Col. Hanow. t '
i borders. Yon 138. ftfackenzie'*5000
with Receipts.
bring no te'
can jniraenl .
you Ir .
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City Ladies and Messrs. ;
t, ,.good to countervail the evil of opinions.. Shirting; Hoods one trunk 7 Ii Col. Waneu. 139.' NavalMonnratnl, ri" '-- >' ;
your .THE French Perfumery, with variety of other articles 6 II 5 -Col.'Warren. ;' .
Weare-opposed to IM 'riatr or 31otioroLT Underijned.reepectf Ul'' a ,140.Combe'*,Constitution of-'M.nv, 3. L"
". It lathe/great''enemy of.Democracy, Looking .a"; .. his .friends'anJ'Uie public all of which be.offers. for"sale cheaper than 5 6 :Cai;"Eddy. ) d 141. Domestic Cookery, ,. nM 1"'f,
,1*tbe gucnl good a* the 'only criterion of.what, tbahe' has leased'tbe.ooye' ;ner. for cash; 6' II 6 )1iu and SlI8ter.CalJlpb ll. -f f 143. Prolix Letter; '

.: 14 proper, we shall oppose the grant of any exclusive named establishment, which AU goods bought at my Store and not being 2 II G &Ir. Truer. t ,." 744. 'Steplkib'n.rro "; ; .,4 h r ,) ,

t.;. priviloe not ntinifestly rennired by lh. will in fiitnro lw kept.by him in manner, he; as they are represented to be, may returned J :u' 15 )fr. Fllzp\trcLk.! ': ,145. Jackl wnnce,, .s ';z 1 nt
:: public necessity and advantage The passing trusts,ihat will give satisfaction to all who may within twenty(our hburr,and tba money refund 2' II 17 Mr. Uigelo\. "", ,t 't<'a 14C. The Blind Farmer, ;. .
',' events of the day fhow how immenso power is 'furor him with patrpnagVand to entitle ed ; and I don'!'Chl1rge 25 per cent. 1 U _, r5. ICe.encd, ;' 147; Elizabeth 0'_

;,: : exercised by corporations. They;are weapons the Ho.tl".i' etain the high repubtion.itlw Jan. 23 1838. 7 :' '6 Reserrgk. i." .:! 't' ,]4'3., Visions,of Quivedo., .
\ '.;io the lands of the Money Power, capable of being so l 10n;Jo n.i: lIed. .C. .Tilt now. AN., / 4 .H ;I 6' ltese"ed. \ ". lr). ;.. t 149: Alphabrtof Botany, ./'rtaU. I I':.

\. ._ wielded' with dreadful effect; in its warfare St.:Augustine. Jan.'1, 1839. 'E1 'LISD' ,SCHOOL.' : '3 '... 5: lte.Jened. i ,>. Lady 0( the Lake/" ;::, I
: with the'Producing Povxr. 8S far a* 'they are ;; of St. Augustine;.and its 6 5' Reserved 151.. Ahcllino of Venice,
y. .convenient and useful they should be allowed] TilE l,arp respectfully tuy ted to call and 'IR. B. CREEGAN.having separated from 7" 3 Rev; ).' ro''n. t 1.2.PeierWilkins, .. ", ,
r.. but With! such check and gnarde. that they can' etnuiine "splendid variety of It Rev Mr. Haekett, most respectfnlJy 8" .3 Rn. D:Brown. 0 i '153 ,WiUhro Wallace. I ".,.r f ..

Ij' never tMrcon'verted from institutions for I public WATCHES,. JEWELRY, AND FANCY announces to the citizen. of St.-An&u.tineIMI 154f1;5. 'Pick wick .Club,2 voLi. 55 "
,; atcommodatinu, into instruments of todrvadnaggrandizement GOODS:' he bat already commenced teaching school in the ,1.Utrslai'B Kale.BY 156157. legend of the Library,2 ,of6.i. .
Ther'are designed to be KMI 'The Subsbriber just received from Charleston house belonging Capt. Mickler, situated in 158,1591 Vesierrlay Ireland.2 1 vol*. .
., /u not fa the fete who chillier ar und the money Charlotte Streev in which he will receive and virtue of two wriu of fieri facias issued 160,,161. Talc of my Neighborhood, Sf vo&

: cheat;but to. ilucomnvnitg'! at lorgt ;and when Gold Patent Lever; Gold L'Epine, English carefully instruct, as be has heretofore done & of the Superior Court for the District :':162. lives of Odd characters.

i tthey.cease subserve. ibis purpose, their exists i French and SWiss WATCHESSilver / 'Children who 'mar be confided to his care. He of East Florida and to me'directe.j and delivered 1163. Wilkin.C, Jdqel &:B 11- ,: :ence become alike peniaous to the public in I Table and Tea SPOONS ; LADLES : also bes leavo,to inform tbe public that he willspare I will expose at public sale in the city of St 1C4.165.r Robin son Crnsoe,2 vole. .
terest. cart inconsistent with rcpubficaa princi-'* Cream and Sugar DOWLS Sugar TONGS.t op pains or trouble for the improvement*! Augustine, (in front of the Court louse) on the 166, 1671 Lives of Celebrated Wob>ea2reuu

.1'. pie. 1r Rice.SPOONS and Silvpr MUGtf.JEWELRY. .. has pupils, and though his school i J open to all, .9lb,day. of Ah.teJa'De1t., between the hours of 168 169. Water.\.2 .. .. .
Wesh&ll give much of our attention to the t without distinction of creed,yet he depend more 10 o' lock,at A. M. and 2 clock of that day all

subject of,IKTCRIUL I.aovEHr.it in Floridat Fine Ear Rines and fine, Coral ; Jet. Pearl, particularly up n'the,patronage of the Catholicccommunity the interest of Fernando Maza'Arre
;, .' With such advantages position, and facilities and Diamond PINS and RING fqr lapp lr,: dec'd, in certain boat and lot situated'id laid .For Young( GcatlemcB,

.1' I II t for construction we canuot urge forward work Gold and Gilt CHAINS ; Silk' Guards ; Coral' TERMS. city, and St. George's 'street, bounded 'on the Uadef 8 years cf age.mWISS' -
,: of public improvement with too much vigor,:I' Necklaces; Gold Keys ; Gold ,Pencils ;. Silver East by said street, on the South by lot belonging 'PHILLIPS respectfully informs tort '
Young beginners, per quarter, $3 00 t3 Mts. Capo, on the Northby lot of Madame .
in Knives for fruit
Y I)01 while we encourage enterprises this line; JLTJL' parents of young GenU mea ander 8
t, undertaken with an honest design; to be accom- And' a great variety of other Good, too numerous For Those Book more advanced 5. '00 Peraalt and on the,WOlt by" Brad,,a Cr ek-Ta. ef ago that aba_will ,epeflt her school en the years first
keeping, Geometry Survey ken the of
should be careful how to mention. F. J. QUINCY. u property Fernando )eza'Ar do -
fished, w, we embarrass 'Ac. day of March next,at her.residence solely for -
their ly multiplicity of incorpointions. St. Augustine, Jan.22. 1839.35.v ing. 600'' do;Sen. deed.to satisfy two Jad&lDentl'Ddeom B
:: success a Catholic parents are informed that he will l"-and that the v'will be instructed in Ortboaar'phy.Rradmg
re; of suit in favor'of Ashael
l procured u is frequently the case, u abasis only lOWI surviviog pixl-
; Writing. Arithmetic; Grammar
,* CITr AUCTION STORE quire from Catholic children a strict attendance aer &e.\'I. Charles RobIOU.'Executor 'Ac. >
4 : (or the operations of stock jobbers and specuUlitors. and .
1 jo Souday School, and to,the public'service of F. L. DANCY. Deg Marshal.' Geosraphy, Terms, $5 per quarter.IT .
,.' \\ Contro/ Charlotte Street and Public Square the church whilst children of other rebgious de BuAngnstiue, loth Jan. 1839 .Tb,".News" will be.pleased to ghe the '

I 1 'Va have adopted the motto PrimtipUt aid{JUPcopU. THE Subscriber, having been appointed nomination. will be allowed to attend their own above four insertions,and.'send Ibo bill for pay, ,;
t L In our endeavor to conform tn it-in the the City Council; 'Auctioneer for the places:of worship without interfering with their'I I meat to Nr.-G. L. LPattxirs. .
City of St. Augustine begs leave to iofoim tile IN TilE COUNTY COURT-St Jobu St. .
: adherence hue sought to I'rlnC1ple,8lrd the religions principle : Cmtj. Augustine,;Feb. 20. 1839. a
\f. v sapport we have given to the cause of the. Peat- Publb generally, that be is now ready to receive Mr. C.'.,.iU give.: lessons avery night, (Saturdays : h the matter'of the Estate of ) Notice of
"', me,we have encountered threatening difficulties. any Roods on consignment, either for public or 'and Sunday excepted)in b.. ehoof Room, Rafael ".ilm,4u.- \ .'didtr e.. rN THE COUNTY COURT DurafInihe C ;

4; Many wrong*have we iiflered in the encounter; private sale. lie will also nt tend to Public Sales from? o'clock! to 9, to. those who"may choose toreceive I JOHN ,R. ANDREW one of the l Testa- matter of the Estate tf 'l' Notice off:. ','
I I I but these and more we will patiently?endure in iu any part of the City. His long experience iu them from him.. Executors of the Estate of Rafael Geo. S. MotttCR./ f \ .Discharge}!
the causi of Truth- An attempt however it that line of business; bur upwards of thirty'yearf, St.:Augustine March 7, 1839.: Andrew, dec.,having djtuted the accounts with A. ,NDREW D. WOOD, Administrator of the Cs*

'must' le'elated, Is still making tput IU dDlni'i' he hopes. will cniblo him to give general satifac- TOTICE.-Six weeks from this date. I will the heirs that and assigns of said estate, hereby givesnotice tale of George 8. 31 one,dec. hiving adjustedho

and because we bate dared to Impartial, lion.His immediately after the expiration of t account with the heirs and of said estate,
why Blow after regnlar Auction Ssle. tvill take place every .1''t, make application to the Hon. the Jade of the] six months from the date hereof he will apply hereby assigns
": and abandoned theTeopfe. gives notice that immediately after the expin-
luve if fair weather if not the next fair day. I Conrt(Alachna for letters of Administration
County County, to the lion. the
Friday ;
Wow has bean levelled at' us ; but, thus far Judge of the Count of St. Johns t ion or..i* monthfr the data hereof; be1 will apply ,
(Auction be in the Estate of Sarnie B.
Goods intended must sent I on for
Filzpatrick.late foil
Comity and final
a settlement
"-'wlthoat avail Whether wo ate still to fall befi-re of his to the Hon Judge of the county court for Dnvajf
,I L. LYON. said dec'd. COt:
I before the sale I) County, account with said Estate and
for his
= .lie enemie will depend iiponflhe discharge 'or a full and final his'aceooll with tae
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striving pfour .,p. ,,:' ". .'Auctioneer.St. THO3. B. FITZPATRICK. as such Executor.St. .' .' ejmfcment of '
'. DeopIe-T-the I people iij whoso C.1Ute.wo. have because,eih- AujujUne,Jam 23, iSt Y '.3o-it March 21 iJe3S. 42-Ci _, Augustine, Jan 2, .. i tauf; estnto and for hw*dictiue'Is. 'suck aiministiatqr.JlircKet. .. -.t .
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