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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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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 11, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: .n.lii ., s#.p'fr: l ( c al F estl' a) !F' of Marlborough:'.once in'iiding, :perceiving ; leid "Pewpleinthat; sign ..-w'Fore' ? '' the Union: r 'thieft weight ti of a ingtes ,, .r'.returning mj thanks for your".renewed attention r

._ 1 '.I Y storm approachjequested an attendant who 'ed pnndpalities. ,and.:powers,and' succeeded,''in. now rtheSc uthvrequires ;;rather.than no influ-[| in thus far.listening to'me. ,I beg to pro- ;
-jr ; oO : : .I r .1 ried, hi?:cloak, to give it to him,'whhnee. ij depositing in a CoiBtitutionV as in,a'casket,gcinaof l ence't aII'.et uspoiv| ive what support we canto peed as a.toast':1 -. .e <
-Tate 1. .I' ., t\" ):. ,''Presently th@ rain',began to fall 'richest pnceahdrn6stimperishabld1; : ;; ;lustre"; the Sowth m.. ,ingtitutiousrand greater'support. -Fcn npiESsAXi>-TnX Pzort!* The Constitution
"Td'tho. members,pt, Jphria,and Mosquito the Duke'repeated the request in' snare imperativo. I they.: planted'deeri' ;the cyef green,;and cherished I hereafteaz .)TIt, js my piurablo.opinion of Florida, and the People1ofFlorida.p .>" '. 4,
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Coan&es;. ,tP the ,CoaTerition,"and. Legislative .tone, Ihe individual rctntned' a most I,.:;principles of liberty; round' erected noble I that'weshould take oUr station in the Union Tvithj j j I p :Judge1 REID resumed HM sent amid 1. lao&cheers,
+ rude and'insolent Will not j barrier 'f r"'th The casket'mavIIIPbr in reasonable time.7 W shall then f :
.CoilncU,, 4camco3;" ia-sportsman's1 phrase! on reply.M you punish i protection. ** : ; a e ?cquireipbpulationw"ealihiarid : which were_ pr toiaged for some time a
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li Monday of last week"at the Jletghts off StiSe- ; ,1 r ( 'bat &'justice in 't not this} .,
means, replied the ItofjL;IM but I thank my God r'dimmed.; 'the 'Codstiation'spagemay'be: afler'dee'm'ad viseable,:we"inar Jtes6aE:,, ,It 'moth o/'Vojir hole,and, corner. that,J hate not:c: : that Loud nd and Massachusetts'dioVSvith tne"co"nsent of : b farihcre i'it chastcness in tke n. .
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them, beneath iQ canopy bus then ch' ; not hall I coan pbin of that Seminole : fiT storms of\wlptcrshs1l'bo' y ,',..,';the. I,with: ririlt s.,-_ 1atio to the: ifliw"
""1-H'r'beaveu. ;. 'a i. a.t;.PJ1.' 3" w6I&siielicr.. fart that has been carried on.during'm balmyairbf'xpurgarspring,time be.at baud.' fcr...iITain aware h' that igmy opiluoiwupo&4lth! ,
.t;ed thathriS}'UUcsJrbm't the_sun.. The assembiyitpa against the feelings of IXlJ women akid c INiwI l lively applause.)L But;gentlemen, highly as I l sub tr fromiaariy, but:we difference) asto '\and j 1 ,4

.. a of tlw right-sort; 'ickin g1lJ1d choosing -; l pressions.of indignation] I would only beer testimony to'the: honorable"bearing of' "our. the time ..time) .itself* wil* r--. QW, ,who- .ujn- .the.- /I ,To < >replied: .', '4
a word in reply to one or two charges. own Delegation, let: rite not resume to claim all iight.and\. in t j I|j.". .Hefclt lOUSliator. be bad reeds j
; ao .monopolleW' t "lor) partialities; no iu it- It is said that I have betrayed myconstUuents; |i the honor or our labors for'East.l1oridthere 'Therois a p. iIiaB m 1. to connect-the ;ed to and:was happy to meet '.

wJ InTof leaFiiifff \1"buTerery; Democratic..RepubUoan that'led'-oifby the flattering hopes,oq high office; j I are the 'names'bf'ASTJERSOX; B1ltzstr,, BELLATHOMFSOX -. question i ingrthc; ConstitutioW with thatena those'who so much kindness." It
who sided electing the Delegates; and political advancement,! have>deserted,your *I irr'Muivir.McCLars, ,P..11tTBIDGEe.UlGD, Rtes t of *"* A* to make the ijuuestiai of i 'nu grateful to'his eelings,"after haying been the ,f

was. invited to ftfto? PClhi? cpr vvality| ; with interests. Those who suppose me.thus influenced j WESTCOTT, WOODWARD,' and others .stitution, m Constitution, svnonomous with 'object bf such lohgj continued t1Ju1: ce..both. u-. .
.which thetr"r JJ .honored. "To ,be a: by,the Jove of office, mistake me greatly.. I del:j'which: rush fresh upon. m ''me o'y,- 'to'forbid; that:CSta no"State ;;permit me.to say t that blic and. privatd by a few who ought to have -1
:: umph was light,to serve try friends, I desire'.;,to'serve inycbuntry -'1! such claim were'I so ungenerous as to make the: nothing can be. more improper;I beg you to mark.GiyaIB treated him othervwe, to.find,-that there were "
DemocralkRepabncanjiTiaihdonly.titlerequi.red ; but pbor ihdeed are the. .best services. I retension. (Hurrah 'for'tAt 'Middle'and West). "my word=-I ipcak not to deceive,nor to influ ?' these who had not withdrawn their confidence
for admission-.an.honest face the only can render to either. 1'1 l Long,longwill they be f9 d11rremembe'id'1iy' you iD favor _,? for.whichl Baer beiay from lion. He felt; consoled when' he looked a- ',

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) we saw $Pa iIl34bc; hr i1 sixpn: i blopd ; the refusing'an' ffice:/;when ;pressed be a candidate [ril;' but this much will'say, that but for the TCOUS impression :Tq Tj<-, l"4,p,on for the last sixteen years;"and he was further consoled ;
with,every prospect of success, .against agentleman'who 1 East I ,' the United East the indefatiguable' East, stitution is E i>t to decide against at ScattGovern= wheel he entered into nol examination withhimsellof &;f
.artcient, proprietors 4ho soil and.. corners of ,,,at this,,moment is passing an t i littie.that has .been done,',would \-'.becn'so mea nt: That questiouhas been anadydecided ;his dct' ; ngs'aad;doings for this long .. }

more recent. date,all harmonized in joyous fostiT elegant leisure 'among 'the''mouldering .manu- i t;i I perfectly,accomplished.' W m tell yon fello,,- by :the'poop e, There is)the trot to which I.'l3 period. TbcrC was much m I tho history-of the ;

** ''; -, i '. .'I'- -1 "t script; and classic ruins of Italy. I afterwards,citizens,,.the,union of the East, and the rigid purity \ there. is ,the law!,calling the 'Con* past that sutlicfeiiitly' indicated the.frailty and ",
The dinner hour was Axed'\at two but long before declined becoming a candidate for a'high office,,', of her creed areWhoever. 1 seeks by 'your bwurrepresentativi. m weakness of'hqmatn nature; 'but.whatever there ''
because it might embarrass a friend whose noble to excite, or.to agitate,.to;split up\ or'to divide.East ,an attempt was made in the last was of error in'it lie'felt it to have 'b:'his ardent ,
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we leading, the"city too chnracter'colubi 3.aU that excellent,amiable I F9ndill! destroy-ja G great,. virtuous-:-session of the Legislature,to repeal that law:, and desire doa;! wrong. to his neighbor: '* ,..:
4,the Heights I ,'.thronged by our "citizens and'on and polished I can also assure:.you, that I did [arid comOUlndmg.influenre.' (Cheers.) t. the attempt failed. .The question of becoming a r f .(Cheers j ,

arriving oureclrcs; we found all prepared for. not accept"the station Tidw' hold, until I was I But it fa said we are madly rushing into theUriibri : State, at;some Y, period.is, therefore. decided aUreadyi He knew,'he said, that amidst the turmoilsof ,4i

:,c ;:iWe,'don't say the table "1cc" oyerand overt assured, that my predeassorcould'not f arid.(his fa,cause; of.cpmplauit.: Lookat ;.by.ycurselves., ,j. !I|i life and tho strife if"party conflicts there were .>
'.with the-e1gbt'O( good things, solid and fluid, be'reSippointed to the office.'Yes;my friends; I the law of'jthe TeiritorTvhich Ji have just read. .._!But suppose that party passion,personal piques times and'seasonsi-Kiien the human mind seemed ':j
there are letters,both Washington, and in thil1: What fa the language of that law;; but I appeal! or misapprehension; should muse the.ratificationof 'to forget itself but I hc also knew1 that thereWere .J
JK abundantly provided'by the active and eiceltenti Territory show;and living witnesses to prove to my colleagues here to say what was the'course the Consti tution to be defeated,what would be other' .limes ahd\seusons\ whenreason'! n would assume ,.j

Committee,of.Arrangements, because wet l that I have not failed to sacrifice my own individud i proposed, by various ,members of the.onven the t result Jf '- Why'the.work would :have to .bd her emp reaM;; teach us hot only what was ..41

'ahraYSCODSiderthatanl1dm1rab'ycci table interests to the wishes of my friends arid j, lion,.when we first arrived at St.(;Joseph| Wem done over agaln-Ttherp would-be ne TelecUons- error'in.the past, bjitd be just,-tobe generous w ,

.should, rather laugh than groan but if a'heavy j f what I cpnscienciousljr believed to'00'the good, 'riot the terms of the:.' ], insisted unon. new agitations: ,new collision,new expense,and. kind,and forgiving; it.was such feelings that he .
'" oCmv'countryFor this claim no' merit ;' far I.!,by several, Us ,establishingVoilr right ,tb un- a new outbreak of party struggles in, and out of wished to cherish, and as it is not in man to di'I
..load can excuse a groan* thai table. .might '.have.. be it'from'me'' ; I performed my.duty, and 11 mediate admission, arid was it not,openly ass, the'Convenlion. The Constitution should be red his 'steps he oped\ the time was at hand '
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Iuri'popubr:Mayor,'F. ritD.ANCT/Esq\ ,proM&e& -,insinuations that I am selfish and the.covertJ1. or,and other State'officers;and members bf Con upon its own merits, without regard, to the qjicstipnbf prevail in'a corm unity in which discord and .
'i But hoW- have I betrayed you'! and put thewhglemach'tne of State Government State State- Should 1
assisted:b..f''Ji. '- grcss er no we nofgoimrnediately faction had accompliscd no good. .
I'J J is that I have aided in forming a Constitution and; into operation even before our admission into>th'e,..Union jt.will Lap orerit: has| His friends had ; poken witH toO much kind
MiVco S J\"ILLUJHTa.1Vu8, ( PIEKRE"( that I std, assb1in to advance or'hasten 'Tour ,as was done in Michigan. JIow.were those r already;.beeii. presented to.Congress-it will [not-.ness of his services cs a Representative.. When
I" 1 B.'DCriis, B D. FOSTAXE, P."C.2ruTfu; Es- admission into the Union as A'' State. ,How WWI I t'projectsagainst\yhichyour voices would-havei: [[r spoil ; we sliould not throw away an, expensive- they elected him nr d hs colleague e, it was under ,
'quires; F ct Vrtsiaentf.. ;s :} I elected.1| You all know. I made no pledges.1'1 I been raiseddefeated! By the sober,'and united and valuable)work merely because tee <&> not i _ant:. the hnpression that they would maintain'arid }

: : What Homer, we believe, styles the "rage'of Did I ask any man for his vote! If I did,let him;' couijsels'of'the .East!. (Cheers.), We preferred 'il io-d iJ-- A friend has furnisbed mevim i1. -.defend the tprin iplesorDcm )., They
here rise,and six [No, no.] Did.1 agitate the that the Constitution should be promulgated,liras r py i1lusrati may/profitablY'1 '
wha'a ..Presi- say ; "uponwhich: TOU r f I bud endeavored to do this; nrid it was cheering'to
hungerJbcing J'QJ ,.the comrounitv 'Did I l'I by.the' 'arid.to wait r.AccL "If said llc" "I i tended build
electioneer aboutyourdweltinge pronounced.upon people, pa-| tQ a know that their conduct *& approved.. He. .
dealt' rose to propose. the.toViR -'s follows: J 1, '\Yas< I found, talking rthO"corners'of 'ly for the tction.of Congress.; ye' < .... ,'. house;I -sbo- '4lt1 f 1.1"h A.' I k trmtprt that whiftY' rwaa4paj.j'ii, j i''"''P-t ; lI -

.r. rer Set the streets' .or'.didlinvbkethe. aid.of itrong.wa" .,=f",; He/el'migot: ,. stop Jt butlet'us.enquireMctusv ; ; ,; Ian. _' -b. U\U"'tll i unPfQ I tative;branch of the louncdpX trhich. he:and is.. _.,r';
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the United States:"may ihe virtues cedwim'wtlharwimoutintrwh.outefforf a to which'we'must arnycivsconcf"or la= mcnt'rice. thc. undertaking this.year, but I>point was it least gained ;thepj..was not !''a pri- ''.'.
equal the magnificence of their dwelling i. on my part was I elected. 'Dearly,did: ter.. The'treaty' by which.Flonda.was ceded to" would I,on that account, throw the plan that has'[.vaege .;w'erb it even for keeping a| ferry, .
P I prize a distinction thus unasked unsought,- and the United States, the Royal proclamation of the costume so inych, money,into the fire 1 No,,Ishculdjpreserve k without a clause being attached placing the law
.p uce.E ut r.-J_ n' garden, now mour- dearly will;1 prize it,to.my dying :day. [Great't f King of'Spain; and the taw which I-have read,' :carefully: until such time.as I amtoburld' .i cady [1.I at all times under the control pf the Legtslarare.. .

..ning wilderness : may she soon rise from her Ap jjause,] x "" i all point to this result. "What are the objections f house. So with the.cbnstitut od,4if i-Little-else the j called on !to dp, and the. result ; ;
desolation resplendent with her wonted beauty. Jy what law was I elcatcd,; what'wasray 1;I to 'going into a ISfate Governments They may' rejected,inu lost for ererif adopted it had shown the complete triumph'and ascen. t Ida

4. The Constitution Jar Florida.-Wisely- prepared duty under ,that.lawl !3Yhatthe"duty ,1.was,;; be summed up in 'one .wordT&kEs. Do you .oven property upon which. hereafter. y ispu1"1 cy" as the safeguard of the people's rights. sworn to perform i. Iwill explain this by reading .. think it probable that, you will!escape..taxationty make tchateve. r alterations you deem prefer1 The'subject most 1ntercshn -'to'theeotuitiywas '1
& .Robert Raymond Reid Too .strong in the to you the 1st,6th,and filth sections of,the.law _remaining a Territory J. iplcdges! of faith,' not here. to sn the Constitution the proceedings of the late Cpnvenupnat SL ;
people's affection to bo injured by malice or which called the ConventionSec. .;' ? L I[f and credits obtauied.under.1l A ofjfhe Legisla- there is'pot ti mcto' explain its principles.There fare ('Josephs, Straus t 'tell",'somc J I niiembers'olTyour ,

.' envy. 1. i" That an election shall be held in j i,. tunx, require ou to'pay: them '.0. Territory,:I brovi&johs tai which object,+but. to seek.[{for|Legislature assumed. have 'ri'negative' power ;

This toast having been drunk amidst loud arid the several counties of this Territory on the second 1 and will,that be done,without 'ttiz li But be peiricctlon in this, world;is. to seek d&tppojnt-} i l over the work'which that ,bddyj h:1dnccompIbh1
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< of October next, unde the regulations 1; not:alarmed .at the idea o' 'State; taxes... If,weveto meat 1 4 i:ed 'and submitted O' the people for then*judg- '
*continued, cheering. ,.Judge REID addressed. the Monday and 'restrictions hereinafter[imposed, for 1 admitted as: a State tp-mprrow, do you believe : Jr; cannot bctter.answer the cbargo,of pcrsoiial 4>I menu; They didlt[ JJdert kelit'vnriom[ propositions ;

company : t membertof a convention tr.devise nd.adopt them that our poor" sufferingEast would IK'he resort I ambition than by .reading.an extract fronji a ;to bring rd trio;-to riDgthe Convention f
"l'Mr. President *nd Gentlemen; for of the Tax-gathorerJ., Should sire see hjrh.} s eCClioJ't tgreatJuristsand-LegislatorLord ;|t I of the people iiitio ridicule and contempt,and ',
".. efficientspcedyand proper measures, ruined fields, and desolated ; reply (Q-a similar, charge ;. which frwill'only to forestall the whfeli'' rod should
i "I thank you from my:heart for this marked the formation and establishment of]an indepen strolling over your .m : judgment" J' pass
of course and conduct;and I for the of Florida j 1( plantations.would;h'B."Ek' for taxes,;'nmidst I demise WIth,(the;obscryaliw), .>that!t thigh upon their I bonc.'!: By rcsplnuons in favor of
approbation my dent State government poop e ; '
1 meet my fellow citizens on this convivial occa. and to form and adopt bill of rights and cohsti- *,, the.,vacant' halls,and brok hearths of,your destroyed I minded Judge aas as immeasurably above I j j I improvident i charters,wjiichithe! Conven1 t "
ion, with every sentiment of gratitude and pro- tution for the same aDdall, : needful' measures ', or smouldering, dwellings from which the individual who now:'addresscsyou,.as his ac- 1 tion had condemby the repeal bf the Con- :
':found respect If during my absence some distinction to the admission: Flc rida into the !: you were driven by the yells of the savage! : cusciscoultt ; I. lybebove the persons whobare I f.vention law.by"n Wto of censure,>upon the AB- .. "
hasbeen conFerred Upon nu,it was,vaiucd national preparatory !' I i I No, rather would the credit of the State be appealed -.i iI aimed, eisshws'atme- -I \(I ditorof the TtTritofy;'fur'passiiigjttrenccanitsf [l "
Chiefly as the evidence of cordiality and goodwill confederacy. 1 !i I to,until more proepcrotB'times. Millii>ns "I come,now to:speak,' upon :whatindeed, I 1 j I, of its xncrabcnt, an4"b| > varioub other measures .
towards; East Florida I am addressing Sec. 8. "That all white, male inhabitants, have: been already:raised, upon ,the faith,> and'credit would hava gladly avoided, had I.not been ,! -,i tending to the sanwi object; these !men had ho-
fellow, citizens In no affected language of mockmodesty you citizens of'the United States above theage of:; of'tlie Territory;for a less holy, and.righteous ticularly pointed at for the,.part I have taken in ,t,ped to. give a dtt ti.blow 'to thdj Constitutions
situation was known,was felt, twenty one years, who: have resided in tha.Ter. purpose.' The 'East wOO1d.not,bebur1 this bUL 'It leas, been said i ,by a rio lo.l lord on my which.the Conventron- had lor irai ; ;distrusting
f, arid Was;; fury our and vote from UeMMdle rlto1 Florida' for theof six monthS 00. 1 ; in her present condition she would not be: left hand,'that.I likewise am running the racQ.of,Four'judgment thjby wpuld '-judgeit< Such .
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'and/West; wu generously every inicijded as}a medially .cdi O' the.day of cl shall be Tequmid to-pay' *a, dollar for TaxcsV,. Our qwn 'Ppiiltirit!. ",]If the noble lord rnears by.popularity -i?: unwo.thy efflirti ppposed w ith'au our power, :
V4J1IUIU.tU vote, for UClCf ; to said LA n\'pI14lUll ; it lde.lggation bestowed I and virtuous '1 'Amion fotherv oscd succesaful- .
.raark of kindness and esteem for the ctiaractcr, delegation wouldVoppose! j tits pf tlapp1pTJ on good and, in wish{ : op]>
1' and for the long-borne and cruelswrferngs.oftlui and (all white male inhabitants, citizens, ';of thq the itiddlc\Vestwquld op'ppsoiatr 1?. ?&!& action g been struggling in.that.' .race. :: ly: Well was it for Florida i hat her Councils
t : *y mpathy' United States,abpyp the ace of,twe :-one years anil : : But if = 'that mushroom popularity,which that $16 had a' Senate
East, <,il had not supposed you to would find sympathy, justice 'for;prevent a he.mean I j j1s been:re-orgahizrd .
Insensible to such friendly such noble ind j- ,.,,'bQ have.resided: in Territory orFlorida fortheapaceof call for.the payment'of taxes until she was able rouscd.th merit and lit without. a crime; i iht :rind a House rot Reprtsentativi s ; and that'the ;
.Abe ] .twelve months immediately'prece-. she contribute her fair 'inuch'mis lea in his opinion:., d nt-galivc [ the other Our .1
cations of fccKrtg end.respect t and,I; onr'iS .to t dd-1 fo pay, ands en ought-io ; one posses a, upon
; ibleas-
.'Voti that hay heart sunk;within;jne, and I felt"a d'ulgthedayofelectionshallbeclr" ; ['sharetbiR-ards thesujpport of GpytrrimeriC'(1 pta I'defy'the:noble lord tp point)out single action statutory-code bus been preserved from disgrace :.
,deep deep mortification when returning' Tal" f.lahassee castes.to said body.. .t t Cheers)' h' : of my Iif|,.alien the.popularity of.the limes ; by the influence oftthe etwo bodies (Cheers.. )
; from the.Convention at .SL Joseph, I {, : Sec, 9.."Thaton adoption of a constitutionfor [. 'Therenre'those.w how say that the 'Constitution everhad't6: ]smallest; influence jonjny.detenninatipnsL F Of.local matt|.-rs ven required little of us;but
that some baA bw actuated.byTeelinp soy .Jt. the ,State i[of Florida, the 'conv :ntion'' shall .:which has been, prepared with so much I.;ha x a ,moire..permanent and steadyrule'Tpr :; of these. mi,hL were I in health ay'much- :
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looM'reverse what the circumstances demanded., {'transmit/ah-authenticated-: copy thereof to'the 'care,'expense, and labor, should be "laid on the J );myl\ conduct, the,'dictates.of. .tny.own. i The charter of tic City* of St Augustme formed .4:
i'found'to' a'great t 'and''singul1t excitement : I'I President of the; Unjjed.States; to tiie presiding ''table,"and that the Territory-shouldbe: divided breast), Those who have foregone thafplC3SlOg a fruitful subject cf Senatorial I/ygalatiori:You :

*found that the Convention was abused, its ,officers both Houses of Congress, and to the:1 .Fellbw-citizens I have no wihcealment- adviser, arid given,up.their mind to bet slave =,guardians U ere, who though tieYknew better ; ',
bert ieprnjKAed, and. the; reviler'i tongue mem1 J 1}, Delegate from Florida, and adopt such other f of all should I,cbriceal'from jooL I was ui fa-. of.every popular jmpulse, tsin erelj"pItYe' ;I what you TT mted than'' di1'yourselves. To .i
;wa loud WerC; apunstjthe delegation from .the| .East. measures as will secure to tho peoph>of. i,,for of keeping up the distinctions of East,,and pity them. still more,jftheir,vanity leads,Them to them you are UMJ cbted for en attempted repeal of \ ;
,TH Convention,; i- ,denounced its members ( the rights and privileges of a*sovercif n State." ,j| West:Tlorida,when'the flags: were ,chan L-r- mistake the.houts'of a mob for.the trumpet tpf. -tbycurrepre scntativcs for i its preservatioor .
"-werca nest traitors nefariousiy plottingagainst, t wow, iCi, in performance of a sole nnly.impo-' 'The propriety of those distinctions which, !thep fame.-,Experience might inform them, that,.many Yes, those who t ad sting the highest notes res- .:,

the liberties of the people; -ana against myself red duty, I have betrayed ray constit tents so let entertained, nave been confirmed &ce; ''but I who have, been saluted with the,huzzas of a ,i pecting the vest nl rights of Banks could forget
.nortkularlylhis 'railing!; 'war roosT violent: It *i rrie ever betray them:.If.i electing n e totuthonorable. am a Southern man, with Southern,'feefngs. (Lbvd'ckeeriitg.Y croud,one" days have received, their execrations 1 them when a wh >'!e City was to be disfranchized. .t

.eeeined.as if,certain in4ucnceslwcre in conspirak I .charge,they expected that 11 astoprove : /sfj the next; ,:many, 'who by the popularity of Your rcpnsentu yes could but feel astonished .
u gainsThey: were-4 need not repeat I recreant ana false in the fulfilment,'my const t- The wicked,.misguided efforts or'Abolition,in .th iitim have been held up as spotjess patriots -!t and mortified th at mcTnbcrs ,bf the Senatorial ;
." -cnts did not understand me,:and I"c ftainlydidnot 'the"North require.us to give weight in the Confederation have;.nevertheless, appeared n the historian's branch should k r aside the rules of Legislature n
i r::(Mr.-WiUiarns 'Ihtcrppscd" and bant Inflii- I understand them. Had I been old=tied It to the counsels of tho South, and ado page,wheat truth has triumphed over delusion t' courtesy and len i themselves: too few prhate ia- ../

. .efte" 1'': 4 1 acre l the' gentleman's men4.1 t.been insinuated, 'that f was elected to;'disobey ,' bteS t of nators.nnd Representati\-eswould as:the,assassins of liberty* ( [livid.who a prirats manner sought to over ,a
then the noble lord can think I am ambitious >. cl arter against the known wishes ;
; t 1 i thb}awil would have resigned immediately5indignantiy always be more;efficient than a single set. ;, but Why ; turn your city
oneot (laughter) of popularity ,that .echo .of (folly i authorities. Haveyou noTesteti
vquired them .tcY c 64q 'su r, JJ avo )suffered myself to .harbor other ,i purposes to sortie othervrriorq'plastic represcntative. ., arid shadow'bf, .' renown. I. am, at, -a loss to deter. \rights!. 'And is not your City.charter as sacred ,j
feelings than those,.of,regret, or permitted, these j' Had my'course been other than ft has been I happened to boa member- of the Committee.in nine.ut, t'i : to you as Bank charters are to their stockholders! ,':
things to disturb the equanimity of my tempe'r. tiiti subject ,I.bayeBPobtlw_ ,t charter still remains inviolate,'and
,I should have returned to the bosom >'rhy. ..cortetitucntswithout Congress by which your first organic law was enough of 'lY our though :
1 knewth slander' )ike dlrt.wll1itU1Jorr, ; when '.- the expectation bf t er'apprabation (rf med/ It was (;the timeof'ur4 ..ques-' Creed-it i. to ine. I am a DZXOCB ATM;RrrrBiicjur I mat.require amendment ,those amendments
tit geu lrji-and I have fdt that malice aimed at.others
<. shoots itsdf., If I and with the: blush tho unkindest cuts
only who then first of] the t., and late..administrations..CC.. .. ; pie ',
II checks. Fellow citizens, you,'would hpt urely which was urged, the abolitionists, p; a
came from hands that those base been warmly,clasp'e haw obeyed the law yourselves and e:pccwdme, began to exhibit their 'noxious-doctrUiee, feared general 'nrrient.,but tl.am;a;Judge, .not a !i Fetlow-Gtizeas,all that you did require;of us .::
itsmute; from to.whom m frequent intercourse I representative break it to' (iVV wt)\But the establishment of.two Temtbries, would. lead. fa not.for;,rp$ Q descend into_the j ..trust; haa been pcrfomaLj You,asked for a-
I have endeavored eve f to render service Four righfly; I hate represented a! h.lUmd- to the introduction two'slave Statue* arena political discu iom 1[have not trite;; nicndmcnts to the election laws:' they have been .

have checked considcraticm,tho least approach,that of he risingitneny'lron who I If cd and disinterested people,. and this]meeting of You inay divide if you chose; nothin g;tthrare tfered 1 at home."or:'abroad or in convention. ,. obtained-a year**residence in Iho Territory;will, 4.

: today proves' to me that iny cons 'tucnts.,are .easy; it is ateayithon easy to iiiidethan_ to reunite -' in fa >jjolitics oi;,party,strifes., ,It was my' after the first of June,be ntcessary before an in*
jirM gratitude deserves ingratitude, and that o : [ t'. in the fundamental ,law ; md Jaibitioa of certificates .
forming :
'affction; and will to diridt place dividual catfvous- an'e
and
of | the abolitionists help you ; they
most worthy ; .
respect
,j,Smiled a higher duty,amore worthy duty( by.J I I t that my humble' my efforts in their' behalf'are neiJ will glory .in'your" division;< ,but 'then: years f of a State but not to i interfer?.with'party motit ., of"Tnaluralization at the! polls It ii astotnishuig -
1'Ctn ring.klridnnsses shown to me, while; I colleagues'hero'preseril I appeal,tp asmy cautionary 2i
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J her misunderstood nor disregard, I (Much would elapse J>fore you could become:two My .
rplcht3oUicrsiind live shown to j I .
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ndeavorcd 'witnesses.-, ,. ssiould han met with opposition; but they
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j cheering.) States., The terms of,the treaty now_establishesyourrigbt' i
: I rood Ided ''too, that I was a Judge..among ... u.I love the people ; .' : did but :from those .only who :
whose, bason should I!I' If I did.rr fellow'citSens, (was ir good comfjpany. to admission i when your population
JeUoctozefts favor:1-:1
harbor ray (n no partialitiestAbove'atl i t Your Eastern delegation, aliKeidistinguishcd i amounts in federal numbers 47,7..;-Might But I do not i ke to stage,me in their eyes.:... 'ilion of power. (Applause.)

no I bias knew andrindulgc thai time would; the HeraldYiTTrothiand for diligence, integrity'and i intelligepce, not a division render, those terms?inoperative, or,.t jl do: ;Telwh Vdl'their"}loud y applauseandI' :S r' (Mr. Gocw ben!in ill.bealth unablef'I;;

+ that Truth being mighty.must'preiiUf -' ,went unanimously? together.,' vllari* !. in hand,.i'might not a hlgherratio behercafter-icsisled up :rveictncnt ,% '' s ""*1 JTcbntinuc his remarks, and 'b'-concl )

t AfofceXhot Truth in theNtwswiwf.l) \heartin heart and'shoulder, to*shoi Ider; they Lon The abolitionists will assist: in keeping you I'IKor do I think the man of safe discretion I that he noticed that the.sentiment just given;:was :i
Colonial bondage
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thispoint battled manfully;gloriously, for the right They yoke i
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--H. C OOoty, w ere aloha the merits of the issue. : f pl nobles all who fight"and a world's f prayer goes the Eastern Delegation In the late 'I'I .
,'a :: rorfthose.hd battle for the right Well may East 110rid'ezclaim in Iang! E
I f fully knoi rcvl found not only a decisive er's, up ,
.' a. tU\a tit i in behalf >f'my course, from fee ballot bo these .wCtfBankssZ-H.Good> thugs in good_ times bad the Roman mother "these are* my je weJ' :.
bad Ies "'. taT.o3lcd. Far.weather By John CanotaSf -Ladies society; ti
Alt.1 ts if your gtnerosity was determined to' ad- things to ; ( ae

TJrt Ilmrl ,m1lmf Ati itself no! I mil. in its ifidulgebce,'! found : ;' ; had friend. who bieakdown J when.'- a' storm approach find true benevolence and virtue 1 n
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'< before Ijkfiew; that I>bad oeea ; --the es: %$* trK '* By Francis ,TtCtDS1J;1 .
IS rCBtUHEO r .
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4o TBUBSDIT caadidate, taveste ,with art;bonor : p. *13.!1T4 ,Ladies of "Florida.Fair:as the roses guard aat1ofo i iBy
IDX' a B 'll.. D' Ugbesf rn ght have felt proud. It is in no ;insti they twine,,by their.virtues are ive'encouraged I P tasYmembers _i l
I I AT 'FIVE DOttARS lEa AjefUM,.ATABLS.HALF of vain gory that I recur to the to noble.conduct--their'smiles are'our' reward.. .of the Convention* have done uW] wtq.
\ .TEAKLT IK JLDVAMCE.Adttrtlteaunli but beoftuis-it; :is. pleasant;to me to t be The following letter from Dr. WHITE a member i b l

iniedcd ia Jinj Dollar per tqntrc, I memory: of a green spot in my life. ( that to Convention from Alachua was presejited. By Wm. H. TFflZi for the fi.t in sane<.n,and FillQeiiu. for finch .ut1 Cheering. : ,.but > .1 without the faith of the Territory.; may i I
tlueut OD" Lancer' dvcrti .u.'iii iu prf onion and J But,fdljiw i citizens''with the result of ; I lot of our citizens to have such a oaar<, .', >s
itoiKuiHbe 1 contjJered le"tUn, a rggitaA.dttc.nnt. vass the 'virulence of party persecution NzwwjJisvaiz, March 2tith,18311. I By G. 1 PfctBipv The priaciples, by: al
.m.d. to'tbme' wlioadYCn3 flbjr the ,CII... j cases T (' disappointment, < (Gentlemen:-Your letter of the 20th injst containing i we a infunc and guided; may we tv
> gall tbat T dled.L a wounded pride, from an invitation to attend a public Barbecue i desert fr.them" : n
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of meriting any particular notice. For wh with the .promptings interest to l to be given by the Democratic citizens of St Au.gustine By Buckingham .-- J-__"
: f .. had been done his fellow citizens were more j adversaries into madness. Need I reco 1 ten to delegates from the Counties of St., his'resolutions,'and t people who sustfe|
J indebted to, his colleague, than to him: To that various xies in which these.feelings"" ; you Johns and Mosquito in the late Conventlon.forthe By-Geo. Center, Mayor of St At to
j ,; gentlem3n' litical. sagacitr powerful u. 1 themielve i! "Why' :should.we consume : formation a Constitution for the"futtrreSts. his independent-coarse''' ,** .... o:
,;enceand,, untiring zeal,were.they,to attribute the J following :hc.windlngs of.malignant and in- t a of Florida, has been duly' received. Be o suffrages'-he shallhave, ,them again. *|. .., h
t success of all which had been accomplished. J foes; Tn if disingenuousness! carries with g up assured that I am not t insensible or indifferent to ; By Francis Sonefe -Te otb:}!
-:'- i.(I udge G. gave the following sentiment,1; and ;own antidote ;; their;folly its own defeat : ta- the honor thus conferred on me. I sincerely regret blew- of:peace.roayit ner *, ; ,"
\ -, 'resumed' his seat amid loud plaudits.) .]leave them'to their de usloa Time will ; : that professional services will not allow me By Paul Canoras-Thq Heights of. St! r
1 The People of Si.John County Education 'them that our purposes are;of higher aim [ ttIe to attend. But;permit me through you on thatoccasion tiara; their butl. their '>ecpmnaea4May.
'..Internal Improvements-theoture. presages of than the mere"contest $'ortiie prizes'of a nded '' to offer the following sentiment tey.require Bk 0 .*.t. nyA.
j." .thefr prosperity. :al ambition: struggle in which*this \;"F&riifc -May.she soon become the fairest W B' of:te 'United,; b
; ,- 7. bawd Levys-An adopted.aon. of; Florida i iI are now nerving is one of P.dQciple-of. : : and flower,in the garland of our Union. ,its branches J eve ".
I true in principles,and honest in purposes. ., ,of Virtue. Men are'as nothing. Those : they With great respect, Territory otte.U the only sa ,
4 I. M., : Me LsvT>rIsing was. greeted with. three note engaged:as.instruments 1D the':cause r.- I aniMentiemen, 'against to eDve JrStat.t.T u

., jounos of cheers and.".ohecixeer,more''.was ad'iJLeA :sink:but eWe Itself.will still progress'. be -TPlr roost obed't serv't real Bank er. i I '

...... t : iiki r inr'.r. 1jmatWi- .. T may fall in the foremost- 'ranks,but as : ] the .. .. ,< '/' ? E.,. ..lir,.WHITE.TJtFtOTAKB up on thefeite'of, .toilCt B
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r. ., :J't; CrtlZEKSJ.. .10UtPb.su\o is it that'defeatwifl;yet Jbelnrth is ted 'W ; tales _.;
kindness H has been seeK to oppose its umpire, -Cheers.). { t. it P. C. ZTLSTBA,J.com:of Invitation. By B. ;8 iA early exodia' '
manifest,receive my-profoundest tha k, After ,There is one subject'of' .alattack pea R. D. FONTAXE tiles which coloorbf their*t
". the exceeding eloquence with which we have which trail make a remark, the rather r ius- P. B.. DUMAS,,. from whatever soil;they may chnnnceto'tle
? been!addressed I am almost disheartened from with U has been'''connected a charge ; ,
The
gas volunteers of
k ,.' the attempt to give expression to myifeelings; honored and valued friend than that I as following were" among- .
but I will trust myself to your Indulgence, and in itself as entitled notice. I have been no fered. ST. :'t
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'. ;allow roe to substitute my sincerity. for ,what I ged with'being an alien;and the for By the C071IpaniJ-The] Rev. JOSHUA Kxo wits 'AUGUSJIE; ;
:' may lack In ability. (Cheers.) _Convention has been ftilaely'accused with : ed Secretary of the Convention. .
.:' When 1 consider the.obligations I :owe you ; ing rrcd''lover its notice when brought Upon this toast being'proposed,Mr. FONT.Anproduced. -
. .when I reflect that to I am bound for honors i "Prinrtplts and tht Peon
you that body. 'The published letter ont ..
Basket it .
the
to 'wet
a of .
Champagne ;
which no merit of mine had deserved but which I charge was brought before the c
4 an indulgent kindness alone,secured down.. Last winter, he had'authorized us (of rES FOR :
upon your part by the vote of that body was marked with I' CANDIA SONRS
or i me; when I.jemember that it, was lure scorn it merited. As respects the, charge of:a in* the Herald) to offer a Basket of Champagne .,.

among you' my fellow' citizctz and with your' allow me to.say,that true it was my lot ue Mr. Knowus in jcturn for an article which had "g. i
: d appeared injthe and.. Mr.K, in acknowledging
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of liCe were adventured; that here;a pen- this American Continent, not within the' ) CHAJL (
nyleas and friendless boy I was yet taken by the! tion of,this great Republic. But it.was were the compliment, requested the JflNINt

.:, .hand, and. encouraged by your protection,' portion to have landed on the'shores of so. distance was rather great t,that it should be drunkon C JUI i
nerve myself in the struggles and conflicts:that t at the early age of nine, and there to i 'arters some, patriotic''occasion n nearer home. The '
come to-all, how can it be,otherwise than that I, Bled with i all my:associations the I The vexed question was therefore'appropri .THOMAS.BAIT'ZE'LI' '.
,should be penetrated with the deepest gratitude.}impressions of Democracy and Liberty. Le-
j: Deafening cheers.) Yes, fellow,citizens; if I Territory:you all know thas I em pub ately settled by poiiring it out as libations forth e .To P0at. "

I owe a public, duty upon earth, it is of honest early j Dgt'/ So Earthen for the sympathies. tions. happiness of the Secretary of the Convention Some of our dnt subscriberslcoraplaia tf ::,

I I service to you; to you 'whose confidence has t;may be presumed to connect me with the Edicix T. Jendtci-An honest roan. is the nor receiving Hel regularly We 'fear' .
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been my' chief support; to you whose kindness ests of Florida and with the caress of nt blest work of God. ,, I that negligence somewhere;and' ',
',: l' has been my chief inheritance.. If there be'bonds. ,:Liberty. For, the rcst"you who knew me t ex R. R. J2ni AH; who know him truly love 1 once far
'" '... '. which can attach to the community of ones history thought me 'worthy the office, and:: res him j|'ta..a thatour'papers 'fo' the country .,
(. choice ; if there be influences which should conj j to mine own sense of honor, that had I : WtCurm H.. Williamir-ThQ worthy.and independent f| put in the Post Office here early oil Sat '.

trol to virtuous and disinterested action which 'ashoulddrive myself rightfully entitled to delegate from Mosquito., j''urday,for the Stury If they :
\ : from the empire of the{soul all' the : had intended JTerri- I evengs m .
." distioction.you me In returning thanks Mr. WILLIAMS observed 'should not their
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+ .thought of self all sordid and impure aira-ttesa} been passed.to another. '. It is not n et I r rc W-
went to the Convention
and
gentlemen, ;
to the i i regularity we beg subscribers .
bonds I these influences I acknowledge and j our give i
t own I should fatigue you with detail the Legislature not own business but t D.
., I feel (Applause./That have not been able to on alien or not,'whether I exist'' or not, youus,4and inthe upon performance my or : upon| ; ]ly inforniatibnthat we may make a: #"'
i F .,I. evince my attachment by any great service,r dei i import much.to'the cause in' which you ; hOe constituents I have beqp guided by my the duty counsels to my I !teas to. the proper quarter. The rep J =.
plore. That have not been able to elevate myself.or to the principles which it involve |:! 'tl& Post Office a.
of colleagues who were wiser and more experien, Department a prompt
tothathigh standard ofactive devotion which en. \this suffice, that whenever it should be 1. h ,
| ced in the objects of Legislation than .
: : ters into my comprehension of the duties of a' \ion that I ,can be useful in the males d by My duty I have endeavored to myself.; i expressing h dipprobtD blo f'ofcd'

I .public servant; that I have fallen immeasurably ; your principles and your rights I shall for. ,and in accordance with the wishes perform of those faithfully'who'the 1 word 'S
short of that degree of public usefulness which vindicate as becomes r j : : '
> pared to ny, my, Will I X
'. should be the aim of all who enjoy a public i serve ] (Applause.), 'pub sent nire..While with way it the was my strongest desire''{I Itcraid IT For the speech of, ,Judge Ron. see fiipt'-#

trust; that I have not exhibited all that aniraa-1|' I p.'YOU.h ow citizen,to a subject:more r their honest delegation my support fromthe straight-forward East and in and! '. ,
return ,
: mation and laborious effort in the of .
discharge
diately connected with the occasion bring page'a
my obligations which might have rendered mo I I|11 brought us !together in the interchange [ I they. conduct ing it is meets my highest your''approbation.happiness to know For the that man my .I PwrssBUSijn; } te Constitution :in our.f

more worthy of the generous friends, that sur- f,: j f li g. The Constitution which was y for ner in which I been I .next -
have, received .
-I.Oundme.attribute to other causes than anJndif-Ll t .pou'and.itwill.be' for yoU to decide ,' retunryou '
Terencetowiuu,was reuuireu vi itK.Of IHsensibuTjity my grateful and heartfelt thanks. Gentleman, I :-
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.to.what was your due. (Cheers.). But while t''I ] rovaL, In proceedings oC'tha:body Ilt'ee' shall propose toast and detain.:.you -longeiu < "t_.;. ..
: own with regret that no ncnt'aetVlce entitles i \toe aim of rour delegates to carry out-as fever 3 I. for"'in my opinion the best recommendation' "for,_;J.andBalea_ ( thisJunenext p __ ddvesseedfartheP iM'
me to your applause, of this I feel proudly conj j j i i they migh the principles you' rofeas I ear- dinner oration, is to Ibe'Uke a jackass ga" o -=? : P "
scious that in the humble part I may have had 1 but humble aid which 1 could offer to the 4'i of short Gen.and syscet. (Prolonged cheers and lauu tit'.)> I[ u ;:

in public affairs; since, first.I received your confidence but in the ef orts of your other Delegates I rests. accompUslied"gent1 Leigh Roodo soldier,'statesman. nd' t to our intentions# a reyiewtof;: ,Cols
I have been governed by unworthy 'constantca ,for admiration and In their : i im j Do Cont
' motives,I have indulged no sinister or interested occasion of gratulatibn. 'The East in 4'I; The City of St. >Augustine. -May her 'honor -'j[ Address"prepkred; fo.thi dt$ p;.
I purpose,but have directed myself in all my aims lanx moved onward,supported aide by oft be preserved by Union j j".per, i shut out for want. of i r
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I. honestly to whal I have thought.to be the rights I noble and gallant band of the advocates t I r I By J. S. SancheSTbQ' Sovereign People- !I !
and interests of the community large. (Applause {I from the'West, and in'the result was I rn May they ever rule I The''Const atlon. .

r, ,) 'I the complete triumph',;jof Democratic l as SAKCHiai prefaced this toast byreinarkin g We said in our last thtt there was no. sofalob- '!
" As was' to have been anticipated fellow citizens Yes, fellow[citizens, your principles d"re- that we spoke everyday|; of the sovereign peo- '' jection totha Constitution
," 'II the honor it has been your pleasure to confer j ascendant. The contest which ple"- 4hat 'the sovereignty of the; people was> ; tere.. i nee
It' ,(,.' upon me from time to time has provoked o p' scarce a t yo-month'past,has nobly g, universally acknowledged ; but that somehow I i! a jTtfal one:' It w te e1l i''
"' .' position. That a public servant can so shape his your causa is now moving in its forward of ,the peeple,-.sometimes forgot' tbar they were >! by men who have ,bersonal [j
.. course as to conciliate to himself the opinions. 1 with streaming banners and gathering ;',those sovereign, 'and suffered themselves to be influenced 'i'! 'enemies, whose nimbsitiesTirc of, 'pl1. .4
and consent of all, is not to be expected. I know i glorious victory. And how could it be {I ,,by an interested few; It was the duty o fmomenttothepeople 1; I
v. .''. that the constitution of man forbids we should 1 When did Truth fail in the assertion of ; the people to whom j!su power was entrusted I .; mien, this gtry. 'To tee. ;
look' to find the minds of all operating alike to : premacy Jts'progress may be impeded by the institutions ofthe.country,to study polit e very js gall and.: |
I one conclusion, any more than that the feelings barriers of Error, ands Clouded by the seen g. teal questions, ,that (they might of themselves -"Ir Cawio do remain. /
,.. :" should spring in auto like sympathies or antipathies I the incense (which the selfish are ever tseve- ?die of public men by their actions and pub I. le bath a daily basery i,'hi l. 't
towards the same object. That I have I upon the altars Interest,'its steps may inp lie measures by ther''effects! make .uat1,.! '

'T. ti found myself therfore, occasionallydiffering in heeded, but there is a principle at work Con- The Florida Herald i ,-The uncompromising ,I. There i s a Y daily,.beauty '* in5 the' Consthu ,
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sentiment and eventually sundered in puUticall lure which bears it onward to,triumph Upon .advocate of the People's rights. g ties, that doe* make;its opponent ;
association with some for whose friendship I had and irresistablv as the march of Fate., ( | Oh'the announcement of this *. appear ugly,
.. regard, and whose kind feeling had assisted to ment applause.; ( Mr J. M. GOULD and consequently, they wish |Jt-mtdep'b -
must said, he had :
not
f bring before the I I II prepared a speech but would.! of the
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me favorably public regret, Fellow Citizens I have indulged more ; ; less print one. The sentiment was so 't. 1_ o buel
but do not wonder at. The unexpected A ,1
f same freedom in opinion ference to myself than a good taste may : and the unanimity with which it was received ', T. V. e F parfonCTJU-That" .; ,
which I claim for myself; I accord to oth- have warranted. But :
may the feelings of [with 'I Democrat and able -
was to .
'. ,, era,and however mach I may deplore the necessity ful friendship which unite'me to with overpowing his feelings. He could but lawyer, Mr. (now Judge)
you return bis thanks ,his "
'r that has separated us, I can never blame the ted me to be free,'and something,I trust But !I additional mark of to kindness.fellow citizens for this MV of Key ,West, frequently said :at?fit1 ,
3 honest it But They well knew Joseph,that he almost '
J : dtderencethatobliged !have had pardoned to]one who notices tor the rin ct I the difficulties which be has had to > regarded indifferent.. 'J
t also to encounter an opposition springing from only time a long series ofinjustice. to i its Editor-the opposition which had encounter been en"as the other articles of the Constkttti on, provided
\ other causes. It cannot have escaped your observation Governments,fellow-citizens,ore that .
to i deavored to be heaped him and the upon the Judiciary could'made "feet..b
,: ; fellow citizens that since my return the common pappiness of all,and all upon at
as I
Y'.: from .the Legislature of 1633 I have been-the bute eqalty of'their nature} liberty and same res the tempts, which of the had been made to disgrace him in 1'Judge Marvin did not,like a certain gentleman, .!
eyes world at large. He had been 'fly out of the Convention *
of the most embittered,active, and
subject unrelenting an:equal sup xwrt, so all have equal right rest in stigmatized. ain a rage, and declare :
"public
, hostility; a hostility which might almost ticipation in : ts conduct and benefits. no the support of the nuisance, because, unworth he Constitutioa a nullity,,merely because. !tares. j
be characterized as persecution. To thy election for its faithful administration community had .
: ? security ,, tor's term of
; My endeavored service '
I '" ;;; for the Senate, the most determined opposition the 'of the popular will. The 1 to sustain!:principles,and would not was made:two years,instead
supremacy < taw abandon the cause.O'the' of four;nor,did he threaten '.
G "' people. He was hap.py to break the Con.ventionby
t: ? was organized. This opposition, U was.evident, of popular rights depends 'upon. the to be to that up -
',, I :: e derived all its virus from the private corporationsof power,and 14 proportion as the < hot his course say, and the had people had sustained him m an adjournment because a majority ,{
the East (Cheering.) The occasion of it I country tend to the concentration of ques theirap robatioa given, solid testimonials. of voted down,a provision advocated 'byhkaself; .
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need not relate. You arc aU familiar with the demands the hands of & few or gives to any body y He I offered as a toast: but he, labored successfully; with hia friends, to .
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session
made at that the most
by prominentof an influence greater than is wielded by )
igh, establish "
those institutions,and have been made acquainted number of pother of 'individuals The Prwr-Publicity .he greatest guaranty of great'prin P, .and conceded minor /
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with the course which my sense of duty induced ,, communi!,tt e right of the weaker bee upon liberty By T. Ffcter-The points. the opinion of,others.-. .
me to pursue at well in relation to that in' parded. .To the general interests the pro ciples and, the day we celebrate-Prin- The Judiciary ia the old world& &'a'bug. '.

stitution of the as to the banking corporations" generally all partial in' ercsts 'should bend, and. as you Legislation and People'triumphant Ba pa, over Bank .bear to the ignorant -EBglaadj "the'J+'" '1
Territory. posssible an qual share of the means of t <.
you, % A. Coopnv;-TheMayor, of St ,must,wear a BotBp and. three comsed hat behind A
Augustine-
Fellow
citizens upon ,my return among |you and hap w i should fall to each In the ,' F. I DAKCT ; ;
I i attendance cation Of thes it Esq. his seat is,the.*royal antis" the
from upon that session, I found that 9 principles is natural cause. By-J. M. fm which, ;;
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edict had forth most ? Hair[ MAIO.T of Apalachicola painter,regardful of '
an gone against mo from the pow. prominent'departures from them c4use ; the making no.""Oikeness of any: --
er I had offended. I soon perceived that humbleas tract the greatest attention. In looking honest Merchant-Legislator who supports thing that is heaven above ,
or the .i
principles he on earth be--
while :
I was I was"to be prostrated because I would upon the condition of our country and its ,based opboses hollow. pro t
is mises '
not be prostituted. I found that under the pressure we have founi.the most .alarming'. a fictitious credit .aealhhasfrequentlY. ,madetlteLioaantiUn'i.>
or the concentrated power which concentrated the system of,corporations that has ushi; nda By T. J. --nr,Thcj future population of Flo Xery much resemble; a Dog and a Jae&a fight. i,

wealth creates impelled as it was by a amongst us i system, I hazard nothing orb ,;or may the it be composed of the bone and sine ing for a cakepf.gtngerbre8d'aadwheti:; & .
concentrated hatred I must sink if left to mya 1G ing,the most corrupt and a 1 tice countryrand: not of refngeesfrom jus Judge 'approaches '
u ice or transient land an. assiza" town he,must'
speculators.
I turned fellow fastened .
myself citizens to you ia whose was ever upon a free people. We be .met
Bg E T. by a cavalcade .
cause I had incurred this danger,and nobly) 'was that all pow tr was becoming centered Jendn-Wx.Juvm' of Key West of "gentlemen'tai- .,,;
\ jny confidence met. (Loud Cheering) Never4et : hands ot corporate bodies-.that re, always the gentleman In debate and always the conducted with a vast parade of'drums an4 penny i
it :be said that the public man has aught were granted them,which were denied to unwavering advocate of the people's rights. whistles. The..American: Legisiatorbfl4hd
D.
: .torcar: from the consequences of his integrity. --that the control of the currency was 3d 'rf ted Bg States A..Oaaa-bfay the army oC,the U rats con Yaddresses. himself to alt
s Let him show that he has been honest in the a* to them-that the standard of'value was ; 1 meet With' more success against the people enlightenei .)
section of public right, and though ,in hujvdg. and left to've riate'at their will and red coats.than it has a ainat the red skins.al .. ; and renders-tbe IAW supreme though ita- 1
: I men!he'may have erred the motive being just fie rectly the wh de productive industry of ir < foundation By T. 8. Brovnt rights; the only' offim'may,remain Significant, ,t

will find himself raised by a generous people ritory 'was e cposed to the despotic J. %and safeof\ a Bemocm The desidera'taliiiia'Co.of teases K.thai ,
above the reach of the malicious foes he may these t irrespoi sible bodies and rendered By cogh-0 principles; we will 'sus its purity,should be above '
ito tam them come what : suspicJca because, ,
have aroused.Cheers.). I foiled fellow citizens ry to their p rofit And we found too }ilL while ;
in being elected to the Senate. But"whator means of the superior and exclusive ; By.Jolja B. Fcrrnra-our cause is Just. we a principle of,,honor'causes men to imM :
it I The means resorted to for my' defeat gelS the power influencing the destinies forth 1 we Will DOt give'np thel ship : upon their rights* there} is also an almost'univer* .i

were such that the result brought with it no mortification country was i ilently passing from the I and Bl the R. ckler--Lt. CoL H.u.nr; the soldier sal sense of justice thai inclines 't&em to.abids";

:' I i and when I turned mjsclf. tom x3q .own these corpora ions and trust instead of from en- .By P.geatleaian C. Zydttra-The, goes R. k r by any decl on, which, they:deem not iafloeB* "
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J -* tutionof. then the aroused, let their rdtcs'beo. send out an agent.. VVhy hot;let me hegocAte '
m .ofitbopfflTtyi i d:elevated ch Tepncnar;sad )youth Caroling misters'of!heard p and let .PLOIJIU, cpmej.forward in- fbi them before! returnl" W ke.raltle.t,8fIJaetlJ; tee .

ter of the Judge; in America, we require more, the.,Gospel'are,by their profe ion;; .c ted to',! i might,to decide-apointofgratmnerl 'Vho1.her'l"* >Vereally wish L amble would coma:home 1 1 S&tes. ,;' '

ifatlonal and argumentative evidence.ACrequent God,'and the'care of souls'and ougfa not to.be would ask? ,who! authorised.the nd-take a, fresh'stait," for'though"its have a JL f N BUREN PURSUANCE PrtndtntefHil'tiitdSUtixif!OF w'JrART lteer-iN : .--

: recurrence to the will of the peo> ,diverted from the great duties of their: unctions. dictate to theapeopletwhoare: sovereign"- (tide weekly on of,son' e ..doings of the:.shrewdfinancier" iu,.ao h-reby declare1.adtnake kno*u;that a public* I

.that they may freely express their wants and This,section was ably advocated ir the Con. Cot: Doaort'i address) the titles that .shall distinguish the,bonds.s ill hang'fir&=they dontgoofC isle will be held at .,t.Augustine in the Territory of 'I,
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.visJics' is a'sound Democratic doctrine applicabl vention by that.excellent'man-- and Christian their mill'commanders! .:It is really not! onorablt3 ror Florida that the Florida disposal, on of klarJtythelOibd.y the tpprwprited vacaut'pnbtic June .next lands for '

l e to all persons in.fcffice ;:but in the ,office oft JOb N. PJLXTUDOX of Jefferson.Co mty_, himself ,ABT; VII Taxation and'Reoeriur.-The only her'M faith? should b
f!Vjudge,ta a new country,the American- Legislator aministerof4he;I Methodist churbh., Clergymen 'pin on which to hang a.doubt' is section 2,,which beggars do their sires"" and nobody bid for 'iiitawsaitbtnthtliruttsoftheondermentioaedtown.jbips and; fractional tuwoships. to wit: -' .

meets with an obstacle',ta the complete re'alittUon cannot Iningle.] '.; politics 'without declares that no greater revenue shall be raised, it ..; : oal1eJlJaa.lJ" hiasad Belt of d. Mirilla.
of
,hIs P rlnel P Ie' The-( difference be- .violating the proper sanctify of their[character, than may be required for the necessary' ,expenses 'The people:of Florida will be doubtless grati-' !Fi action iown>4iip 4. fr nie eleven: .. .

i weeD-:simple right' and:simple wrong,.'appears and destroying the reverential respect that. should of Government. '"Horrible I,,oh horrible I most; bed to.learn that Mme i ley. :fa abundantsbroad;! |twelve.Tnwubiy3.' fractiuual. township 4, ef range I! tI .

'tod' plain,:even titf require, the decision 1 of anyexpensive be attached to those:who are placed among men 1J horrible t't t6 We can never defend ourselves' in, iron being'of an amiab r e disposition'they can rejoace -' I 'J""D" *bip. S.and 4. and f.ctional township 6, of

tripalj.but feeling,'passionj and interest as spiritualguide and edifying'examples, Were time of war!" MTl ey'have struck a death blow 'in'the good fortofotheafolks;but really r.n 'thirtctn., '.
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,frequently distort and discolor,both th therono restriction; in the?wayf one' part of a j to' all internal improvements !" Gently! gentlemen we can perceive as litt- ]3 connection between Mr. 1.4 f1'uWtlhip. aidb of t.r East ugw f ofSuwanee..risen.Tbe rir a', and township.

ooe,4d the other!that it requires,almost a superhuman econgrogtlon might desire their mint ter..to become \ when you have done frothing,we would ,steT, letter.an<. the'Union Bank, as 'be- : faction of: ecUon thirty one;tastof 8awaa.' :'

elevation,,'of- character to Judge not a candidate for the ,Legislature, and the ,simply enquire who is.there. ,but'the'people, or roses horse chess. and chestnut. tone.Since .. yireriuton b-h'tpuueitiaiigrtiftece '
1iwn.hipi 13, 14. 15, end 15,and fractional
rightly,but The other be his [tries : _j town- ,
of part might opposed to -
wtitfactorflyp peace society pc ; then representatives to decide what are "necessary ,hlPI 17. 18 'of mate Eileen.Townships ,
requires ,a common.arbiter, to whom men will as a consequence,the'congregation w<>uldei erj expenses' !" If' they decide_ upon purchasing ninety-nine-persons in a hundred, don 14. 15. 1?. 17. l8and19, of nag MV. '

villingly .refer their' disputes for final adjustment be broken up,.or,the ministers teaching cannon and t know how.to: hold their, 'pen?.we recommend +ateeu.Towitsliip. .
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gunpowder,they must pay for 14. ct.OJ 3.4.) .R.7.8,g. 10, J5. Ir.
useless
but be. the
the attention
i IT office of Judge be made unstable to one half of his flock. .t to writing'-master's advertisement .
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them; if they decide upon digging a canal l no IS. 19.; 80 VI,gt,87,28;V9.3t1, 31:32 33.and 3 t. la 11
depeadisg from. year .to year, upon popul should never engage; in.party'politics. It is his..constitutional provision Anil compel an/man to We ,learn: Indian o"u"hili 15 r I.CnoDt 3. 4. 5. '6,7 tl. 9, 10, 15, 17,
votes the office is''thrown into the common vortex 'office to"pour oil' over the wounds, o' political I shovel ) from Fort Pierce, ,( River} 18. 19,tAl.21,11'; V9. 30. 31,32;and 33. ia township ,
of Vexations dissentions and when r throw out' a single full of earth gratis; and under!date of 8th'Ap,' that there Is no, Indian (18; deeriura' 4.'btl,8. 89,.l7 18.J9.lU.29. ,30,31. _
party and,whoever:may be Uie a.contest is over I as ,an II if loans be made,against which,:,there u no pro- Dews ib that qu rt r,
incumbent, he wjll' .not be acknowledged as a impartial counsellor, reunite :his flock ,in the kUittori the- .payment ,of- interest will. ',.becorie_ ''a tad befeiaeea. tfew-'daW prenribuT"TtoerpOsfTsfarrisooed '.f ... r"PIls ._n P:1i:, 'i: :> ; ,
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ar" friendlybond.of brotherly: and Christian t .
common M a rigfeteout .by.one' jar .
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a. fellowship.
Toa'&clsion
ConStitUtion' over "' And bye Mn41 tie ttetKtyfmtnk r.IJ'w.-r'. ''ftrtte ,
I again "gentlemen, you I Jor CHODS,comma ding, AWt.Surgeoar Cox dispo'ml -
of acknowledged purity, however. 'oppressive, We never knew.a;I",freethinker ii favor of will find, thai those who called Convention : oftii e on .y, topriated tacant :pa'ilieUuJs tritbin
we bow chberfully-7u Act'g Asyt Qr.Mrr Lt SrrrToz Act'g Ad1''t:. the limits; uf the undermeuttouoJ townships, and train ,
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more savage a meat axe, mistaken.. |Lt BKOWV; Lieuts. Pookc, SHEBMAJT 'Iullallo, unbip- wit: :
MocxvandSEOBEX .
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supposed to be influenced by doubtful mo- it is his desire to throw Minist :rs' of the Saatk 1M base aindeut '
ABT. IX. Census and apportionment of Repre- :, alj jni!good health oj litre tf d.fIIlf'a. .
Troops
I .lives,hpweyerJusU fiXes eternal canker in our Gospel (lere/Pare sometimes weak brethren) ticnta iork-This. article b.both and I Two companies i Township 14. except lectlnU.2"Jt4.1'5: 86,27.34. '
hearts.- -. v neck and heels, into political commotion temporary of Dragoons.encamped. near the,,post; 33. jnd 38, of ran g.twenty four. ; -
; V every temporal,for it applies only to'the,fin(establishment Copt Bantu, comd'g1,' Lieut. NEWTOX, Act'g i Township I, fractitiaal lowuiiilp 2, 3, 4,6. and 6,
With these views'did the.Convention adopt as a certain and effectual means 'Adj't and tab
this article for securing the purity and"indepen- their spiritual influence over society.,'I holy or sacred of < mLE1' No news si-cnons 5, 6. 7, & 17,' Id.19.2U.29,30sod 31, !iniWurhip '
principles liberty. In justice fi"necessary1expense"t Fort Dallas .
or Lauderdale. II,that panel township 12!lying earl of'SL' '
c deuce of the Sections 4 8 exclude
from
Judiciary. Borne for office .
clap-trap mayenquire peons guilty however, to the.exertions of several members of : Johns, and section I.1 traebonal 2,3.II. 12 and 13,i. s ,
why should not the Judges be elected of infamous crimes and those' who have .not the Convention, whose speeches being unreported Cox SxicxNicr Boots', has resigned the rfsctiitnal town*!ip 13 Of na,e twenty.lz.t :

by the'sovereign people J l'"br perhaps, W why accounted for.public moneys. leaves their patriotism to "blush unseen,".! situation of President of the Pennsylvania Bank. abk t Fractional fractional) Township townships J,II.,3.,oortb 4,b.:of 6,7 Duna'fUke.,8, and 10, ., '

not annually, as in Vermont! \Ve! answer. Section 7, declares that' neither overnor, we would remark that several moved in amendment of the United States. In which post he has within fracticnxt Township I':, 13.od,15, ladowtuhips ,

lqialation'must b8 accommodatedpo every pertuliar > Member of Congress, or Member, of the- ,State ,'to add an additional'member to their own six years:been guilty. of more.:positive- crime 16. of range sweaty. seven. .. '

. state of society. .,In Vermont,.they elect l Legislature,shall be concerned' while i i office'in .respective counties; but as the whole Convention: than the,aggregate,crime of,all the rogues in'the 1\\I Fractional 8,0, and 10.wrubiptrod and fnetioorrowadiipe' 2. townihipt 11.12., 4.13 5,,,14 6,, J .

annually. every officer, from the lowest Constable any suit against the State.. 'These j rsons in i did not logfroll each'ambitious delegate was left Pennsylvania Penitentiary. t '15, and 16'ofnni t.'DlyeiLt. J

to the Chief Justice ; but that State,.instead their. capacity of. Legislators. ; may'be- Called up- in a glorious minority, and the app rtionin f of -- i- : .-' \(Fractional. I townships 2",3,4;&.and 6,Townships 7, '

I of being overrun with strangers, is relieved by ,onto.judge in these'leases, and there foro they representation as prepared by Mr.Partridge was:i The St. Augustine Hunt has been. out several, 8,9.eight.10, 11,, 12,,!3, and) 15. and 16, of rang twenty .

emkratioxr to the West, from all that is unbeal- must not receive feeS for nferuinff. them. in courts."H adopted. .The East has its share., days.- The dispatch of|one of, their servants to iFiiictional law"hi1s2" ; 3.4... and Townthips

f thy in its population,and A staid Intelligent pea Clay,Webster Bond and other loud .t'upporteof m ABT.X. Educations-Qn this most of : town yesterday indicates that they are' out r of supplies 7J8 9.,10. II, 12, 13. 14, ami 15.of rangetwentjr nine. ;'
pie remain,, enjoying the.United States Bank J important not of. ''Fractional Townships,tl.9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14, 15, .. .
t Agurs. prayer, neither. in Congre: s, receive all questions in a free government it was, found -- however, venison for.a cart-1 18 and 17. of range thirty. ,
rertj or.riches," annually enormous bribes-not to >uy their{t l after much debate.had been exhausted ,that at i has arrived.: : '. *I Fractional Townships 10, 11, and? 12 and townships

't When our population becomes equally fixed, tongues and votes 'as Legislators-oh no.! this time, the Convention from, I 13 1516. and 17 oCrBiifelhiriyoPtw : "_

t II we;can elect Judges, annually, if we choose ; in would. be corruption*! -.but a* Bank At orneys tMl1 1 i only speak in general terms. With necessity the ,people could r ',f'tteat III' HP of the Barrels.red j7.Fractional of raoze thirty towiijhip two.12, aud Townships- -16, and

t the mean time the Constitution provides a complete Section 8, declares that no Governo: or Judge I remains the duty of enforcing an early attention I We have to-day race ved Tallahassee Apala- Township,uf range thirty three. .
and off-hand shall be chicola Pens cola and St. Joseph of'the Fractional Townihip 17.of (
x remedy for any evil resulting eligible as a Member of cob. ress until 1 their own lature. papers range thirty uar.
' from the upon LeSte A'80lemn'duty lOll and 12th of January, and others The.sites willpach be kept open for two weeks (un "
DacmbIt .
proposed tenure of office.AST. oho after his of of
service
year
term i it is
exp res. May it not beneglected. *< 'I' less the lands are sooner, disposed 0()and to longer t
j Vt The,right tvffrage" and itiattI We dont want these officers to be m sidling in ABT. XI. Public Domain and Internal would appear that our notice to postmasters and no private entries 'of land in the,townships so "'

, officer f Civil officers; :and yimptachtnenlt,. politics while they havo more sacred duties to m n/j.-The same remark is aPPlicable Improve thisarticle. I! has become effective. even' before it leaves the of f the offered, two, will weeks.be admitted ':;until after thee I expiration of .

:i out removal*from oj ce The 1st section extends perform; and'therefore give them a yc ar to cool CoL Downing should vote font, becauseit I fice. Lauds appropriated. by bw. for the use of,school, "

\ Ihe right of suffrage to every citizen of Florida ; before starting on a heat for Congress; >therwise ,very properly avoids the details" the The military or other purp ser. w ill be excluded ironualei.i ,
which Philadelphia Grand. is
'
Jury
4 hut requires a domicQ to voters and time making'allsorts i Given wader my bvft at the City of Washington :
all his
identify a a Judge might pass in.intri for .
guing gallant Colonel so magnanimously of i ,
despisesC presentments against Dr. Dyott for fraudutent this eighth d if of'March. Anon Uotnini 1839., ,
residence of two years, to establish their claim another station, instead of attending to he dutiesof ABT. XII. XfountZociefv--Here again hated"details I banking Jr .. I M.VANUUREN.Bjrihe .

to a common interest with the people. Strolling his.own. If dissatisfied with,their i ituations, ", might have been entered upon i but they t. !' President' : <

If, |,passengers or persons travelling for(heir health let, them resign ;if the people do not e lect themto are wisely, avoided.. Florida is entitled to every Married I JAMS Commus'trner WHITCOM of Ik*; Gtnerel t mi Oj cs. ,

i do not require a vote nor would it generally bo another, it will be because,they are i indescryIng. inch of ground conveyed by the treaty, 'which At St Joseph, on Wednesday the 6th tdst,by' NU'CICE'rgPRE f: IP rlON CLAhj\NTd.
'exercised with wisdom. Soldiers,and seamen of If CoL Downing finds after he his examined perhaps must be defined : the Rev. Thos. C. Benning Major 1ai1c.G.a Cverv parsorkcjaiming the,ri>>l l.of pre-emption
the by negotiation; and : SOK,of Alachua [ biro Luu.1tL lou1'80lC"'Of LC romp of the .J. designing the above proclainaIs -_ ,
[ United Stales are excluded because the'elcc.JioD' any.qualification for members of Cc ogress.in any,naming of lines or rivers, by the Convention t.'J geP j -'7 b re4nerprfrv t.." ...'" .U.JlclJoa

i,; of A town'or coaaty, mfgbt be controlled ,these- sections he is welcome I '" to'his"ma, re's nest" would not only havo;been useless).but.have' Major Counti; | remembejed one> and of Uia Heat ter and Kecawer of the propper land office.*, .w ':-.' ,

icnaaaarspda(**_. i?c.a lilptalgsr! ; 4beN"DODe" elaelir I re: in the,Const. .' tutioit,, : perhaps involved in contention'e 'witfi nelgn-' rl'one of the to the,Convention.In set tig make'pelaaarifleriftrertao.aastraetieabtefta'this, notitt, in order,bAt lbe claim nay hasdjudi- i3.. ,

fa sear(,heal ef.heiagfreg.'would oliryt 'Section,9, forbids, \benof theLi" gislatureto I boring States before we had even the right,to gallantry ,to :(; of, Joseph, he c*t d by tboso officers agreeably talaw, in due lima ,
:| Tote as directed by thcr oIk.c The 2d section create offices for themselves., The geat ..bodyof j assert or defend.our has I prior to he( appointed for the commencement of ;
own pretensions.Not certainly surpassed of his altho
colleagues : .
any tbe public sale; and all clams not duly rn de .known :
[ orders registration+ of Voters to prevent the conflicts the people will.agree to this certain!y. being like Colonel. Downing overpowered *.we understand that some of the other single] prior to the date aforesaid,ere declared bylaw to be -

and dispute incident to contested elections. Section 17,.declares that the electioi is by the by our attention to the fate of skeleton laws we gentlemen brought withjthem\ very pleasing re forfeited., .

Sec. a. excludes Bank director* from the people shall be by ballot; and by th General hate found time to pore diligently over the' Constitution collections i i C..aimu-r JAMES jIM WIIITCOMB.General Lead 4rt.OTICE.dia .

Legislature US' Assembly, ttta I'OC of t
Florida and '
,
compare, it'carefullysection :: week after date I will apply tu ,
1, "You cannot em" two masters says a divine The distinction is this ; the people are sovereign by section with twenty six. different, ,State.. BIAIBttSTIB I)1Jrmu 1laQt J.1J, the Judas of the County Court of Columbia ,.
\, maxim, applicable here ; for the strilggle ,. responsible alone to I GOD,' consciences Constitutions.' We find thus"far, no importantp r County f.r I..uerat..r Adninutration on the Estate of "
J
in every. legislature, D the Union U at present for''their rates! and anHeir the lp' e_omitted,.an(.approve of the additional 'Aq t ,GABRIEL, S CAJUN-S Iris of LOVY raid Coaaty CA80N.KOBT. ,dec.. "

.- beteeai corporations' tad the people; and the,people right to know,or enquire how a votes, safeguards to ensure Legislative purity, and official I. 'BROWN. ". ;
; should not elect their enemies to scourge or to demand a reason;for his political predilections honesty. Colnmh:. Co., F. Inreh 23. 1839 '
PORT f
OF 8T. UUGUSTI.YE.ARRIVED.
I them. In Florida there are two instances of the ; but it is found that votes cannot I in practice We consider that the whole mass of Constitutional flection for Delegate |A '" .
.
NOTICE : -
hereiy given that Elec
; an
beamy of Bank Director legislation. Mr. be independently given, without the ballot i; experience,was well sifted by the Convention PUBLIC ill w held on the first Alflndsr"of allY

I lUocvT, a Director of thePemacola Company, for the circumstances of society at all times render which has preserved the sound grain while U. S. Sch.f|Wave, LL Com. J. T. M'Laughlin next (brag the. dsy or that month) at UwroUowiog -
,J from Key Biscayne, and a cruise. prices or precincts in the coonty of,.8l.Johns,far
poshed a bill through the Council by which the a large body of men. _so depend tit :upon it separated and threw much of the ,
away Steamer Wm.
unne.1 Gaston landBlackCre'nre e1G: one Delegate to n-pieieiit Territory of,Florida in ,
atnrkfmlAra who were bound forthe payment other. men that they! fear. ',to oppose dictation.The cessary chaff; with which older WAITING WIND.I the Congrau of the United Stair, to,wh : I I.r
theTerritOria1Bonds Y cidarpd from thdr ballot compels no man to hide his dplnion- moj-e or less encumbered. When it pleases the Sch. Lurana Swtta, A< the tatX'o" Augusiiue.at the'Court House..
A SloceaMit nnu h,..at F*>rtllsnon. "'t I
nditiJl .tiobititj whisk vunTtda Una bu of lie may vote as openly ai pleases;,but it protects people of Florida that their constitution shall. be Southwick SAILJ21XSen. ] 'Al Pico.",. at tie h.,ue'of.John L. WilfTania Etq.I I

i trJO to the Terrtik y;' aa4 (oDGr.u a the quiet and dependent man?ho is desirous bound up in.the same volume, with those of tie Scb. Empire,&Frances k, Charleston. 1.. *TlM 1ultowing.ter.nu. an hereby detignsted and i
Stephen ,Magee
/ the Lift and Trust Co, pushed thro' of performing his duty without arrayingthe present States, whether it stands in'order, as the Steamer'Wm. Gaston, Freeland,,Charleston.New Smyr "'ap'pdinted'wit?! Iivpechirs Hit'conducting' said' election' to .".

P a Ml making it legal tor that Company to refuse hostility of friends or.supporters. The member 27th,tho 28th or the 80th; it will in the estimation na and Indian river. i I' J AtSt. Aiin ine. E.lwin T.Jeneke*, Peter B. Do-

payment for M bps whera's+It f l ill. of th8 Legislature on the contrary .is a d Jl- of the world equal at least any of its sisters mu.'Gybtirl \. iVrpall .Esqniren 1ACt'ort
;
'
1 oft. A moan mtkrt tf cf
J, OD in any corm: Perhaps it may which he gives in tltir' uta*-not his .< wn; and matured wisdom or, successfur i lent '.has terms in are the still'Village selling of LOTS Su Sebastian.on very AiPicab, i.JohnLr* William, TJl!'Corerfy.

IiId a fete Bank Directors'can do no great harm therefore tbes& votes should be record to explain taught to.,those who coming earlier upon:the There is.o tats'WXATCVISJ upon the priperty they and i' I nock nlirough Esquires. "

k The Massachusetts Beaks were formerly considered in what manner he has fulfilled his misdon. stage of sclf-governmenV t" have"' modelsfor offer for,, sale and D\ucba..r are respectfully mvitrd At' jibe s-ime etectioii will be submlttrdfortheappro, i I .'.
prepared cal
lo KXAKISB trilictUy Uu TITLE offered or dr pprnal of the .I lector*. tho C .titqI OQ f
to Ihl'm'
.r. proverbially the most sound in the Union i The Swartwout Committee lean Dent our guidance, in the enjoyment of, rationalliberty F. L. UANCV. lat !lyl agreed upon by the Convention held jit St Josephs ,;
', ;but since one IwkJnerfffl fpm Bank Direct: illustration of the necessity of this pn vision- and the pursuit of happiness JOHN GKAHAM, a* lit nr'uvkku the ttheilule orozdinanca! of; :

;; on(what a drove of of blackbird*) have got in- The Federalists in Congress inaisted'u on DaIDing To be C01It l. April 2J, 1839. by.bis Attorney.. jiiaddt said Convention, from 'whic'i, the following' extract Is ", !I ,:

4 (tp the State Legislature,thdr Banks)havebecomethe that committee by ballot, and cons sea sly Police.SIX '. [5. This'Constitinlon "hall he'''.malled to the peo- ,j
, most rotten. But few the knows the A Coachman s Recommendations-We were pi!, far reification at the election' fat Delegate on the ,
or many, log++ottng country not upon whom to affix months after date we shall apply" to the,Hon. I'
much amused the other.evening at the devices first Mond.r of Slay nexf. Esih qualified voter shall -
h a faahioaable rice in Legislative bodies and stigma, of a bad selection.- ne'wish- many .tbeProbau Court of NSSKUI Coon .
used by,tho hackney coachmen at the door express hi+si sentoreiit to the Con.t latioD.by di.- I a
for
c Directors, 'if there will to ed their constituents to know ty a 6aal discharge as Ex snail end Executor of reeling the. of'raid" rite I
manage every year of one of our public assemblies,and the terms of the Estate ofCapt. L Daily; late of Naflian manager election to) opposite I.
pt through ItJII i to their charters to Jn the Sections 20,21,22, an admirable Court extravagant praise of their own particular vehicle? deed. ANN BAILEY, Ei'lrii. County., trttoe'"or'tn his'name'011'the p"li.b M ktidier' as the word' Cntti '1 ?'
(
cheat the people The priac plo of prohibitions of Impeachments created. No one ca i so well One of them capped the climax Gentlemen', I SHCER Cl'BRADDOCK.. Eir.. Gir,"n nnd JVa.r njy flttttiot'' 'heed lit l the] city tint of case Su may Aognstiae be. ; >

is this: 'the people do not, want Bank Directors a appreciate etho. beauty,and perfectior of this said he, who wants a hack 1 I drive'thefast: ;;Feb.lOth,1F39. f 4.5:611I ,the' 27th day, of llsrcb, IB39E .' ., ,
line; '
a .
PeMeet abrade who
: iouthe.Legislature j but if,oae is elected in Fen: court.or its necessity, u one, who ha; residedwhere in one hour that go: .United'Slates would'' travel&so fe..r : P money w 't '' .- .Jt. r ',SI.'John C0 *"", ; I ICIt&ljlI'Ooe' '
sa oZa, the people Is.Key West will tend anpth.' there are t no court*for the impeachment I of pass." We thought that would do,.and rq? THE Citizens of St.Ancnsujie are b informed that .- : .
''
W.'' for Cash ". "
BATLXTT.; bar of the ,
ex,upcajho mo p, BetA that to catch a thief** xiblic officers-there are such countiei south I of Not so mighty fast after.aD. A snail'swould gallop of Penmanship.bu taken tea roams ,at!Mr.beautiful' Hnlbert'xstone art THE Subscriber is grateful to'lh. citizens: of tbe S ';

and thus jt wodd pwosed+ until 1 as in Massacho.setts'weliad.a us,'and elsewhere. carry a man in less than an hour, where building near 'the marketplace' where ha will of Florid; and particularly of the city ',,

;: ; Xogislftture,of,Bank. u' +edorti As our readers are generally furnis led, with -many sorts of money that we know; don't commence coarse of twenty four lessons on Monday i of tiLi!Aognsiine.JcksoHfill, Manarir and Black : ,.
Creek
for liberal
the
next. April IStb -two lessons each putronige he has received of
1 The"prohibition b merely an understanding rim. ;.-,- nf'- the,-- rV- _tv_u f_JtiTtJriTV____ -it- -fci imnArmmrv-- J'to pass. lFOKE1GlI Terms Tuition; two'dollars. for dal.,tha'conrsv pay. themand aojiciu attention to this adyertiseoientanda .
between diflerent countias!!doat;,you send ob. enumerate the remaining sections of th s article. able at expiration. Any,scboUr.wbo nnd'rsUnde thare of public patronage for the present,ear. Fin- '
IXUNS.-From tho extract holding a and who dine the city overran with transient traders, ha is compelled .
f xwxious persons and WQ will'not" They will be found and following pan pay.;< iligent au.PlioD.hall
jerly expressed.
." don necessary pro from a letter written by our Minister, Mr. STBVXHSOK be made a good writer or an iv y will be demanded. to do a ea.h ba ioess eoty. to'enable him to <.
I 4thja&clude* DuellietiJin \ the citizens of Florida will be gratifiedto April,11,1839. C. W..BARTLETT. I eope with others,and.lie pledces hiniself to keep on .- t.'
I aDdeD command declares,.*thou hnlt do :'. VIL ,JtfnW.This short 'cle'we learn that money is abundant abroad,and quite baud a| ,'.a.nrtneat'of all kinds of Goods in I .'_.,

"::;,; no murder," and murder being defined to be would particularly refer to the q ibb' ig things easy.to be obtained; and that therefore all doubtsmay'be Superior .Court INI CHANCERY...Etwtern:District.. : less his line than of any bu.irtellll others, in.and this will crty sell, them,wholesale as low'if, retail.not '

homicide_ ,cOmmlttad"nota; 'heat, but after cool who to in laid aside with regard to the loan being IDoda.keD from his look '
pretend prate about "defects" theConstitution'for W I. Msrrtn Philo Andrew f :Perkins Niebo .Joseph Any store to at, ,and not ,,
procured for Union Bank.' Some time vs. a.
deliberation the duellist the returned Gn twenty four boars, will be considered "
may properly be classed though otherwise very perfect,it has elapsed it is true since the agent left this F. While, Bernardo, Segui.and, Dionisia Sevh sold ah* 'an advance charged on them 25 cent. ;
per :
" : with persons guilty' of infamous crimes...Civ.Jlized contains one quest precisely fitted t > exhaust I country, but CoL G. is shrewd financier, and IOL Any person wishing credit meet expert to pay more ;
society should provide a remedy for the all their knowledge of Constitutional la r;and all whatever he accomplishes will be well done IT appearing from the alBd of,the complainant for their goods: and by eat inJ at his stores they can '
--wrongs of all 'i it* members 1 pjivate revenge is 'their ability do the State good.The with an' eye to the interests of the Territo the, abova' entitled'esusa'thlt.-philn, Andrews. get many' anacfM for fulf price by 'payiri/r/ the cash. .l. !
Perkins lCleboluDd Joseph F White lb.above da
His consist in of Goods .
assortment Dry Fancy
,.F. the attribute of a savage, if, the' laws 'be not question is short but nevertheless seri is.1 Shall ry.Star.Deliberation is the mother'of safety*-T. r.n &atll"id..ilboa'. :she Tanitory of, Florida and articles; Ladle*' B"nnet..JI.part', Cap. ShV**,"' Boots. ;.

4 1 luffldently explicit, make them, so, that the I IA insult our future military Heroes be styled, Jlfoors General witiiin the United States. It is Mend that,the said I Hardware; Cutlery:, Carpenters'; Tools''Ac.arid' ;;;* of i \'
Extract of letter from the.American Minister.LoxDOx Andrew Nichols and White appear and an wer thsareended nearly' iverr anirle called f",too'onmernna ta m ntr>n.htvint :
I to our wife our later, or our honor,may be ,and Brigadier General; or sh ,,11 a new; ;'Feb. 4, and sanplemental Bills filed in this caoM within 1 received' from New York, Philadelphia I' '. i

P.on hbed.bT:Bbdety; and let public'disgrace be Constitution be prepared that ,they may. be "This' is the time.for Virginia to make a loan four months folll.lhe day of" the first publication of CharleU n.'and serrral. other place sn externive; assortment r' .
i attached to the bravo's trade. know to posterity as Major'Generals'ai d Briga for the purpose of internal improvement lean the order,and that .copy of this'order be published and will continue receive by nearly every e., .J '..
make loan for iD the Florida Herald once a Wask during the above arrival 'goods of various descriptions which shall.be ,
Section 10 excludes Ministeni of the Gospel tier any the State, to the amount of,ti
Generals. The Union be -ulsed Dated this ,
Rih of
may con by or millions.that she wantirredcemable'ornot perIOd. day prilw 1339MONO sold;if at eoti. He does not wi.b to pnff.;bat have :
:
'(vat the State J ', conflict between may @OBT.'.RA REID; the com and for trtemtelvt. before ". I t
Legislature. ., these terms for some;States for, MJ'Yeus. public ta judge ; :;
it she will
Rely on never '
,' jMJn San coat Deft,-E. F. .lsewhere.uthey'ean "
they their
; pnrehaM
This is. a common' provision. -in theUnited,.. have adopted the one, and, some the ot ier. Let have so good a chance. It wUlnotbe'necessary: _A true eDpy,. K. B. GIBB Ckrk.; an4 credit Oo' JOHN J.tats H ED RICK..A money .' '555 1

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:I '- :;r., ;: At oor' Tjtle.Pijte iiKl'cate!;>tr ejiterupon a.- .. (. I 'anracied.. to the .support'of: a. ,' :37"'VIULAGE'OF' .: .of the; nolb_Ki er I "ri .ua tl1..Cf e.bIUIiA r '. JUllbeJt' P&N.'iFirs-; :, Florida, about five mites.above ilst jnoction with JTJrr 5-- .
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:: have sought.lo coutribuu biifwite ia L.. '.' "WeWflf : MARTI VAS CcR S a1is ; : ,'j- ST. UJI.8TUK 5 .5 the sea,'and twenty miles! below the lowaof Jack- ;.. ..
t ,rpuzn.. sitpport & .;tieJs -..,.2Att Straegers -ottuiJear:
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uuu of such objecu/i were calculated lo/wi vance .' nn.nib.rn i6h-blllL hiPekpt.j.' )b t t.e .- L11:POI'iI tiac(or One Tboota'iiJ'Acit."wea : _' .IOn.We..aDd thirty five'miles:north of.Si. Angustine value,nf the set of books .

I": o or. .Ten itory in PDtfl.an4,prosperity and> S. the Ju4ID&norU..r.l. Pic4ri.K.,. Hisiitiurj'ks'r _.J off and bounded by tbe Sebastia a's, tbe .'" TherespoiutbTJd'c0Uld.bep' returned.v" --" .
Y M e have r4iornpiis alt 1 S* such"as*tb5 i&iakca isib1oTo. establish a watering.place of any jm-;. "S r
and
,t S we epulj.nave dot ip- Proprietors bnelaid out a number of L its, ex-' rfeetfyopeatti J. Niabictiber'iU & '' 1o
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I ,. : eardforU.putiscgowdi1 has, nutbeen .for' prv'cKr -v v lending from the Lands Hills d to nanc.'froniitsbcng p
S ; High or wn .dWt, .( ._
1 : want of bouest : '* Nor )J and East.! it ,receive all advantages of < flj
, : an khdanxious Voliciloda upon'our Ifitgenerons soul) ;s not cafJLntd at komof ,tbe River. .The'situation is 'welli wile for.:a S out extra rl. ,..
to do justice But. rvad. the trade winds wtooh blow across tint Gulpb.otFlonidi. .s '
part ilself
,to oar"ubti-ituous. ]> abroad o'er all the publics Town Village, and 'possesses.many rtrikcg :' '.;;'All. r a
1 With. snccetsive "4ippru.pjiy aud And fultfot member of ibe ", : : at die.'same.time divested of. theeeD, kevibo-u :
." P!, re ntry land. 'ad antare": 'rhe'5a. SebuianIike mo t of the : .wask'tifl"fie charged extra.45v ., '
I ,J ... erethe Territory ltasjengradjuiiiyfdvaucing. 'I'I'I Wtutevr way betide-wa like bis printipIesasidare ,then in the Tlciultr: is but an ami oftlw .Sen- bens peculiart4a; residence on tthe 'sea. coast.' ,Any.booka uken frofi.:. ',
I : ; its a the town U (excepting in The } ";
I a resources and his friend and TLe..teroPFfil. S '
population until it *
, I. .now err our friendship isiiutons"to and 'ordithe most excellent fish;,oyster* and 'ion .damaged ii
\ deb ll tcidtdnur vshc ,rainy reasons) a*thoroughly salt as at the Ear; | anyWay note zh
i approaches it m4rrplaccd .
tJ <3 ; sut.ruyihaiwil oblige kitprotptcts arc gloomy clams. /he prospect tbe North East dEsatmid Sconsmtienh17 ;lion wear;the damage
I ere foag to assume the responsibilities vIm ia S *Ae* tJa rknra TSJ tut We {beneficial an iU, effects for'sea uLbeSps1h
.rc ;
'< ; South extensive and picturesque,ai d from : ,G .I'.IU beeJ &fMr '
: S .dependent |irof,s* to be distMtcraUd about bathing and seavir/ During the time\he British
.' government, Already the prear.tory rrtkiw.6in1ocr 'no :does the :of Sf.
point Augustine read
City
Sappearto are they will be
ktepi are In progrr.J f.r owradimaiui4 into .pnaci W' .: inch advantage'a* (torn this newly selected, were in'poie Blon Fh.iiday St :Johns was a .. ,: 5''-., 'TER38.retorned..; _
tbe Union of tIe 4Lties. dilt is,manifest from Wc/Mvha iI'biteelJutered! i io the place of considerable note;it then bore the name ,
t' ? : prospersty'aVditdrniiciment'viv ,ste,; roOlabe Heights Jbe City. Haibur,and. Fbr ; Ja w;
: tl'tlie Yard .ttti
-S 'preseut indications Ship and many vesseLs were.bnilt per ,
thai .
ai-nodUuutdjy\rlori\ nr country, and in the .Ocean all be ha'd irTview.: .
may Subscription for
Ja
I ,
.. : lU J xnuft take.lierpt.was M.iprcreisti,party u cause of KifkU,1a faint bur columns "ith' Tbol1i4tIrSt.Adg: miiiie' haV been.'long and nneted f"tom-IDI.I"Ca.lnencpl sitnatioa.Stcambuaurandl .--- S '. ;u s. ". ..MoVo.

I' I. tbe Federal C4iui{>acl, WiihOiHaj prxiw4iiont : their aU.. ..known 5- d appreciated t 'Sfc .Sebastian.'cannot all orieiLs that can :cross Do' '..6' 'do4: .

S S :.. ,,to a change, in uUt poliiical rrUtipiis.arisesnew' .S. ,U'"I ?ia-iUIrnn ll'ents to enlarge and .be less salubrious, unrest i removed fr >OK.the 'the bar'may; appioaebwiibiu2df; town, S 0 S -De. !' -o J '"

.' I dG'ea.llld responsiudities to the Pcnpleand.to, J btherwueVniproveou ,slieet.which wehopa we'beabte .City not?more than half a'mue. The Sea I ..reezes.and the"river banks gently sloping to the chiunel- ., C.\TALOGUifOE' '!
'
:; ; !ibe.frew); and ie1is'teatapLeeurse1reiua' ': ; shall : loido at an'eaity'day.AIT the absence of/pernicious air:mate histhe' 'A subscrip'tion'for repairing ibtf old K1& Road ,jJl BOo

I I ; ; I"'ltJ.aoq to dIchaJgeoIt share of tbew with that 'i CilAilULKS. Wov. IKW. finest. climate in the United Stales. Ther.01:11' from,at, Johns to' Si.'A gustifle. is' already filled' )3:J.'Tlae.ALbeM.,2.1 01t +'
11 azdozj.
with aaibuntutllcientfnr that
S S eancugiswbicIsiheeziei.ey4ernan4i. While llOSK'ho'niay! :de ire to obtain i iuforma.( 'be isp14.cbanges.,of weather, rand sometimes ait purpose.; and f. 4- A Father'* S
T _another the '
Is afloafin Legacy
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therefore we shall not rcUx iu,our eOJrts to)d'Vance S Lieu petUoClamn fir rude windsi but generally' Ibe'.ir is btard and subscriplibb U-wnof( St --
;,'. "'S'' u lpe.l interests of 4h. section of c qu- S : 18(3soia( Lte "CXUU1e' Losses in'1312suJ ,wholesome;and seldom do the,Inhabitants{ pus. a Mar/s_ and its Vicinity for extending' :the saue ovIlQljdaT,e.t.; 4
; investixation 6.
: ; r'" ; rOAd u far as that place- thus atio'f in the distance Souiteni
tt.n..d.Jh prusperity oftLeCtju r. .JJlqVelUnrSon
": "nr mbndej 1 I sud tl Ui.WaBUI1J with to obtain'Cetunu. h'J. : feet .urseIveii..u.a upon.Uke0nrh_irublewhichyvill 'for the ex4uiustioa'.ttTlVitaesses.:lire Tlie:Orange'Grofes, wbicfc nsed.to.be, the from St ,Augustine St-31ary t+at least 7.iSouvenir'MIo 'J""
It. .:; 12ircmremnlft.tT !respect.: 50 mites. and Boats i 5. :g"JI..rk.'Dowlti
'J" n Stages b iu un' i
lta UI tt:( rm Tirilf requestf dT5TppIjf i Ertweetf ftouw of 12'aud { pride and charm of St Anguaiineare' recover-- Ferry wjll | t, :
: ': ,.. ." S ,as.we ihiuk.ia: our bwa tl< mUn 2 tu the day dnrin-the absence of the'Jud L log frp'm the severe blight of 1835.. WelshaH, a. mediate operation. for th..ccommoclatioirorp.it-I j S S.'.JO.TalUot'J: oase* ,
j; '''', 4'8 s ,be best eaJcuUied promote lh ,common' : bribe e aen er.. / r--jri j I If,12. Tia listener, 2 ,, ...c,
;' S "'. $ iper7orjCcH>|t.Jo the Clerk vf ibe Comuinbn'.attbe ., r'::5 gain and soon have oranges jand the bdautrof ;t: Nautical
: .' t htppinesf of.our people Iud to, render our an- : remidenceor.ths'JuJge j the lanlIcapeuDhot fail to be improved: when It may only be necessary for 'hose personiwishing IlenziniscOet; ,
," i ." St.,An- ,1..'' le of
: tojtbeUuiou.serviceable s to takein interest to observe the &te"IJ.1
.' cause of ., gusuoe tbe Groves are spread,u they will be, from the names
_. popular GovernuieuU With.thl view,we have The Mine facilities.5. isiflb. afforded for the jancteqi city;along both tides of the St. Sebastian 'of. Jiose*who :have ..already'engaged lots ia the 15.'16. Tw' ? \VeRIcWisb.Ton.Wj4t.

, .: "t. 'dreined it'proper to.unfurl at,nre th.banner ofv S 'ofWUuesses, and the same.in formaIJon exarbinailbri .- to the.Heights ,of St. Angntine. The si tualionof fawn of St.Johns to be assured ofhie firm $ 5 17. 18.,SlaVIe> l3u.znrncL..
.. : : of this project. and the'certainty of its 119, 2O'Vikipthir.2roliLivee j ;.
oupo1itIca1IILth..nda1iuoinciIheprincipIeI rapid
if-the the affords hue-,
' .5 vi \M\ S given a Judge were new town, .great encouragement. 7d
:> and objects we htllsecku t.laiu. ; ,enU. persuonaHypmI S .to 'th'fi e who shall become' the ee... commodious hotel will be speedily completed 1J.' of, Baodjtii fad Robcer 3 t"

I "- S. We ihdH.AdiofMf.lu KeptUic** fri clpUt CominifMners acting under the appointment ,culiivation of the Orange, a good wharf.and ,a school beam and i I. 23. Scenes to our'r4ruh. j*

f JHostnted iii :th. .admitii_irat ou,of; TII. S of the Jod&e'wi.1 return the depositions taken IT, aDd tropical l.od other propnetO"-f"r., church erected. St.. Johns offer every advantage 24. F.Ikoner,. j I
S : .J&rl'&atOs'&Ad ife,ditto* this to by I to settler J,'as .Isd to yisit rL' The :: 2).TriaIlADdTr .
: .we :'devote our.- 'them the Clerk'nf the C,uwiSJC on'daring'thti* To sad to the value, of Mulberry ,
wires.with all ,x-faJ. to the sopportj) a=d nuintejiauee absence oCtheJnde. are'Derer failing Spring oj sn- tree for the ul&nre'of Silk-Oran'e 'trees-: 456,27-s' Kings:><'Own. ]ohv. .,

S ,. : of the Uwara,or Ttac PcoruT. BeUev.nig The Judge lake wits him to St. Josephs and perior!quality.and free.entirely.from the taste of Fig trees-Grapes./Olivet, and the other useful ;:58,29., D lbiD '.Le4.Suds."T I .

thiltherigbUof Uie autert'and the iou,. Tallahassee thus CI.iuJ.l'or Losses wbicbhve Liinebr any mineral flavor. j productions' of' the earth, can .be collated here 30. 'BeJind, ,
-I' : eMI aou pcrmsitency of the Union, may be bestS been snbniiited, and l rill ncenp1 -Ulth high and dry and commanding I: loca. as well as ia any similar latitude throughout the .ScouWiCbieti.2roLs. ',

promoted bt.cf.Jp.l UidbsreDCSt0th letter 'c S rent that ein b'cpainf fbr thai e'ert"I.mo-deciding lion ";'41 lovely prospect; with as much sainbntyaaa I world. Placed near the entrance of one 'of the 34 33.Ra1.litl: i t S .
purpose.
3i
;;
f ibeGonj-titmion we snail Insist I most be-autiul.trea m. in the nnirerse. tbe riveute.2vnra. '
t> ever upon a< anJ furcvardiog them to Washington. moun'ain region could laft'orahere ;advantages i.:

-, S strict Interpretation _thu Jnsuauuttand.. ., The ,Secretarvfs ".decision o: the folbroing. being no reason to fear agues f nd feversj or the : of' tbu town are peculiarly eminentthe -- m FrankbiIasiiEJgewodb,
Ld"ci'Ot.11Iadc ,
S whik we twall aid in t ngthoexercisebythiS CLiiihs' for Lei of 1tsl. and Id 13, 'baa been 4 count ryfever;which may found la UstffTored river is navigable for ..teaD1boa"upward_'of4 37. Uap --
;, ,, t. Federal Gowmuwnt of two hundred mites into the heart 38. Lectnre in rru.0 ..
". any power not expressly loceive.Iby Judge, Claimant, or their Af positions. With ample space and capacity tot very of i fertile -
i S delegated, as dangerous to the rights of this lorney. tle-irin. information as to their Claims the production of the orange mulberry, olive, and salubrious country,which doubtless will iAmericart SongsterL
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\ autes and freedom uf the Peopl..we shall be can obtain it by eajuhg: at the Jud e'. residence aqd almost all kinds of fruiu, herbs and flowers, (u'800n as ihe' Indians are removed) be thickly 41. Bsnrtay Poems; .5,,. 5.

''i I S f equally prpllO discountenance infractions by between the hours of 12 and 3, I'. M.. when it; with an immediate proximity 19 r 'the Harbor of nettled, where numerous towns will be formed, BanmMunebauseai. : ", I.j.

: ::. the States ot the constitution*! authority or.Jhe' ;will Jbe furui hed by 'lh Clerk of the Com mis* St. ,Augustine; the: furthest, point of tie pro whose produce mast be conveyed to this,natural 43. Laws .of Etjquet .i .. .

'United Stales.as dangerous to the preservation'of '' sion. .- jected village being not more than a mile removed depot on the way to markets. This favored spot ,44. Navalaud PatrioticjSong j"r, _
S the Uaion. ,While the Federal and State GOT.etnmcBU J < l.Tlier.xecators: : of,Don. Bartolo'do Castro from the S Wall, ; with'a stream id. front, wilt be the resoit o(: fashionables! and Invalids 45. Ambrose and Eleanor '
S are confined to tbur .appropnate, Terrer/recomJnitit-d. y S abounding the finest shell and other'fish. navU throughout the Union. It'way be worthy remark 46. SinIM the Sailor, j i = .It t

S U C spberas, we bare nothing to apprehend.Nek ., S 2 The lli'r I of-Julio'Lawrence,re Om'a iite1. gable for steamboats and ''offering .foeilijjes! for .that SI. Johns is,far remote from Indian "47. .Scenes .r-America"'Ve| r. C !

,r. tbercao depart from the boundaries prescribed' 3. CUim uf Philip R.Yonge, dMallowed. .' bathing in the Salt! Water-the proprietors persuade districts and that the moccasin ha not left its 4.'Burtozi'sComic Songster,
1 S their action without jeopardy to tha liberties 4. Claim .f:Jnw -. FnUny, dktUowed.'d. : themselves that their enterprise' 'deserves print within many miles of this place for years 49.50. The Old aDd NUll World;,2 fOJa

and safety of the People. 5.,Cat l. uf.I.irsIiuaBeyjs:autaa, f1'jecL' 5 Losiicceedand trust it will meet with th+'atten past. The water for domestic use i in Su Johns '<. ).52. Tk PoU h Cbiefsj'2 ToU. .. 't'

-: I In vindicating the rights of the Slates 'against e -. ,, Hon it merits. I is excellent and numerous sulphurous and other "S1"'he Library.C Rouiance.. ', *
Federal encroachments .we shall! be, doing set* 6. Claim of IIeCercpoh.diaapproyed. Donations will be cheerfully offered to Reiii.OUI mineral springs are found in the neighborhoods 54. Rhralitjr 3

vice 10 the cause of SOOTHERS KICHTS.. Far be 7, (|L
.5 it from os to cherish unnecessarily 'a feeling of 8- tclalci..r 'Iacia'un" lecommitted. S I of Learning* t quality and oysters of a superior;'kind can' fiG Zik.k&sot1'urLj4. "
S,'S ocal distinction but ,Ibe signs of the times ad. S 9. Claim or Andrea7diiiipproved. .; S Application fur the purchase of,Lots mar be be obtained frau their, native beds within the 57.58. Riebefa u',2 vols i f ,.

.j ." I monisnus that the South must have:re.pect to '0, eeuuis.uf the Luau of Bennet Segai i. made to F. L.Dscvoratthestoreorr. B. pace of two hours-r the woods, inline rear;are 59 CO. The'Modem Cymbn,2 YOr',., ;'''j

VL t JUne//r--Lhatsheniarbe/ respected elsewhere apprurd. ': DosjAfl, in the City of St. ,Au&ast M. where a well stocked withdeer, wild turkiesand Uber 01. :Self-Control.Yor .l
''; i ,.5 Identified in interest and position, Florida mat II Claim of 'lrthe Adm'x of the estate plan of the village U left fur inspection.N. I game-within a few mile. are the Dieg Plains, ., 63..T" Thred Historir--. r'" **

: '. share the destiny ud abide the fortoue of her of John E, Tale,recommitted. ., B. A'number of fJiese JAts 'wilJ. spon be which natural. savannahs, afford range for many '64. Ducipline.2 .".t .
; J neighbor republics. We lill! therefore regard I'l. r.lalc"oJtlm AILiollOn, ree auniued. offere for sale' auction. hundred feed cattle and some of the richest land 66 67 Sense & 'eius.biJiyiots.
:_ 1 it as a 'paramount duty to give our zealous and J.'t. E
S. S especial aid, such as it may oe. in defence; oft tie .j' c..kof'I Kcqtic Leonardi not approved. S Public .'' "cc. lets in St.-Johm'are 100. feet from ihe River at 70. 7 J. Retugeeir.Aweri4a.2vols.

I rights of the Socru, from whilever. quarter they I:: Claim of Tony Prima*. rrcoiumitted. rW'O ALL whom may concern I gii e public high water; they contain 56 feet front by 105 72. Cut Crockett'a Toar,

miy.be invaded or endtngeredV -.CIIIimpfltler.Tfope'disallowed.! "- notice, and do caution all person iuterested deep ; all other lots"are 100 fret front by 105 in 73,74. Owen's.Voyage,t vols.

We are opposed to ihi horrid hereiy of .* rw* .1? 17.F4tarenf John: Ttjm!. not approved. ,, pot to purchase from F. ) Dau 1 ahd depth.;The principal street called the Avenue 7r.7f Valerius.2 vote i I t

.mOl.... In all its shades aud degrees we shall I*. C'aiui of JJitnei Arnau.disalidMed. Mr*.Janet Graham. all.or any part of the FCU! is' IPO feel wile ; through the centre of which Gen-Jeuun in Bkek, .

'ileoouuceiu IJa4erwhateveredittny' ( ctk 15. Unuieof Chtutuplicr Lopez nit approved. BY TKACT.br Heighu of St. Sebt tia 3 ; and runs a promenade 20 feel wide, to, be shaded by *7d. Indiin Waz... 5
r- 10 hide its bwleoits d f& ..!|, ende.vnr t 10. i:'ut. of John PVlrcc.J"a'o"ed.! all or'.ny part of Six'Tboniand Acrei. called tbe J. noli" Wild Orange Cedar. Bay tree and 79. The Da. I ItO.

, _...- -.5------- ito discover and ex pose rlDitr'we; .ubj-ct we*tul 11| (I -.,VInstat uf J\lheItBJLJeru. allooed. BOENA VlrfTA on tbe St.Johns : nd luy & other beautiful! evetxrcens of this court:;. Park Travel in South America
._0". S. "" an",, utatm, P.w. rJ iiCTiniau9, ..pnlilltJ'-: llU4..Chiui vf.C:Uliua Lopez,Ad, >u'x of Andre aU other lacdi in ibis Territory.; and any lad ali street is upon a similar i "plan, The mail in front BI.Bt. AUeriPIUCCltt. 2y+1,. .
:,. 'd".,. tJ": ..- 't ; hone po..bichb'S" & PRMSdare'imt' ,l lt 1 twz.di."JI\Y, Lou in ihe City of St. :Angn tine ; which! said will be ornamented by a double row of Palm 3. 1"4; e-Delphoe. 35'k' 'S
_ S beitdjfflrentor\. We tuy to our northern *- VJ. "hsi'lfir'UeufyUanley'rttommiltt&J. j Lots'and Lards (except the Height. of t. See trees. 'No building excepting 'w fur vet). will be 6,87,8dGi1Blai.4 rol*. :

0 brethren, ifonb .tivuinItvocerbtmrI'ror: i 2j.E jMteof Jaue Atkii>*on. recommitted. basQan,accidentally or des.cnedllleR; oat of the allowed nearer, tI'laDfae hundred feel fraiu. the 00.91. .IIitvqufE gLsz4.2.I..

past and common'hilt rem tins tu inspire y mi. 1 i' 2->. CI din oI.liiflea Sanchez, (a free black inorlgsf are more fully de.cribed .in tb< mortgage rireh The whole town is laid out on anlnelin 9'J. Th1CsiminI-Ctr. ._
t, if you have inherited one:spark of that good (ci. mm) recninmit't-d. on-record, given to me as Trustee 'my ed plane reaching an altitude orabonl a'uly feet, 1 93. 'Arabian Wi,b., r I .

. S lowship which once oniteti our r.lh.rs if'you t 2 5. Claim of Gibriel PnVsf recoin uttteJ. chiMron, (or the purchase money by the said commanding a good view 'of the river. and the 94. 95. HobiMoa CinM,3 vols.

S I, have respect for the noble C"tilutiun of our I' 2?. Claim uf'il .Adiu'rsof Estrte of Franciscu Pancy and M ri. Graham and "which higher lot overlooking: |be sea. ,No expen will ,96,97. Pefer Simj" .2 to! .
\- \ Governuienl.! .and hold not lisbtly the| bl-somgs P. Fiiia, Senior; recommitted. to pay. Bui if 31 r. Oancy will pay bo spared by the Proprietor of the property to 93.'99. Alidtlrfpinaii Easj.2 rols. .
'. or that Union to which we have been,taught to I IS 2?. A.lin'rs of the Estate of George Fleminr, bound loathe principal and !nteret tberteru. 'render fit. Johns both picturesque and healthy. ;100. The Pirate i Three C.tferlf.It.

I 'J' look as the best safeguard to the (.berties uf all recominiited. ,. my mortage,'and not tell me:as be A full block is allowed for( a Church and School 101102. Pacba or J..rT..2'1Ola. 5;

S its parts we. implore you ,to renonnc ,'rour mad .4 ... CljimpfJaJU.oA.udi.'ee8ntnailted.ao. .- S that be owes me nothing when I have asked him and abont 20 acres for a public Park, which is at 103 101. Jacob FaiilJuI.etg. .
") eod 1'un. The o!lIb can never allow an' interference I i Claim uf Sn an FuHis Adm'x .of the Es for what is'rif htfully.mine-then I cannot object present thickly wooded with Live Oakf Magno l5! 106, IU7. Children of:[the Abbey.:S Yol

5':\ :., with ber domestic iUll.1tu tiOD'.* At no t tate Arbina' Fallis. and Levlu Gunby, recom. to" his selling and making"titles to the above lia Cedar, and other ornamental trees; and on 109, 109. Railm the Reeft*.'2 yos. !:.

I S sacrifice can she suffer the YJo4lionpr rights secured mitted. lands. F.'J. AVICE. Trn lee. the highest portion of the estate. The Area of 110. 111. Cousin NielMlas) 2ToU.

t ( to her by coiiftitutioiul ..aclion..e 31. Cliim of Susan Foils, Admx of Arbica. St. Angastthe,Jan. 12. .19. 33-tf the Su Johns property covers about WOO acres- 111 hanhH" '1V.. t'CPCIr a

staoi entrenched upon our.right: and no force .-S F..lli.. diullu"'ed. the whole of which might be built upon if requi 1 13, 1 14. llemoirs of. Peeress. 2 .... *
S which does, not ttnnihiUte us, can succeed in 32 CUimof Prndence Pinniuier recommitted. ItEDOVAL. red. Persons wishing to make extensive Orange lI5.TlieYuongWiWJ1onk. 5 I

..bringing as to snbmit lojny intermeddling ,33 Claiuofimsan S )*Iurpbn-\dm', of James. IL:. LYON informs the citizen of SJ. A.. Mulberry groves, can be provided,wih portions 1 16, 117. The Water Whcb 2 ..b. .5-..
t tho"policy of our Joea1 goverameiit,,:We regard CtiendiiaRuwed' ; an J the PublicgcneraIy! tftat be of land of.from 10 to 2UO acres. Warran 118. Ara15ianErnertainnent, f
S '. .' MVery. as it exists among us, to be a "moral.and j 34 Claim Clq"etei 'Segtu. Adin'r of John- Se35. S has removed bis retailing Dry Goods and :Vncy ty titles will be given to purcha.ers. 119. Sketch of Illinois cood "i. sllt'wed. Stere to,the house belonging to'. )Ir. P Terms of
pu'iticaJ -iQ'haratllrCP. ihe.::Q:1lu e"of'Tnin S < rpalJ, payment accommodating. IU.FemBirapby i
'S in his present lLatN.Deuoued bytbeiini- CUim of John Ashton. appt ored.* fronting the Day. He also begs leave to i iKinn Fur further, particulars apply to tbe Proprietor, 1-21. TkeBookofUeiruL ,'

j: vcrsal practic* of nations some ogtherot its / 6. Lizaro Ortega's Claim approved,* them that be bail just received an add tional Dr. ASDRXW WELCH! at St. Johns, or to Gen. 122. Family Physician '

S shines-and justified by the precepu'. of' Holy .37.. Claiai of the AJm'rs of.Jos. Floyd appro assortment of staple and fancy articles,consisting P. S. SUITS. Agent St. Augustine 123. RobbiaV.Joornal.. ; D. .

a:5. Writ. Those tro rest in the 33.i Claim o/ JubrYinsate Cloths, Muslin de Laine assorted ] -M
-a T peace 'hlcbur own exemption froiu j ,approved. pattern Bob- k.. 125. 'Tbe Tor Hill. .
S his imagined will yield 'you. and;l a\e us 30. Estate ofjjise l' dro do Burgos,approved.* met lace1t. Plain and cross barred f4ney3ltisfluIa, .m 126. The 51! !erwn Monk.12J. .
S on this i subject, to our. lves. And 'furth.-r.'wa .). Claim of Philip W-edmaD.:r.a..plOwed* Cembtic Dimitty Black.and Creen Lice Veils .in' 1 >General Smith. .{ 127.12:3. Ea&e e .
Araca.t Bul.er
S "' hesitate not to .liy.'lo those of the nO I.who entertaia .' 1 *, 41, ''- of Margaritta 'Acosta, ,recommit Black and'White,Silk. aud Cotton Hose. tiDea'CAmbric 2 Messrs. Cleland &Sicimons.' ; ,. : ,, dJWetoIt. 2 .
and would encourrpe seutiiiien's as ted. : Madra* and Pongee Handkerchiefs ," 10 Cleland'& Simmons. -" 131.Garry Owen. 'l'

','' S. injurious. to.witr,rights... udjutemteoniouot. a-i, 42 Esta'e of Sarah' Petty, disallowed.. doiibie and single...worked. Collar,. Kid and Silk 5"2 ,9 3 ilr 3Irk.NieolL. I -,"-W. 122. 133- J3-I. Rin. .ld. .Lu:._.:. V..L..,'..
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1&t e 'IIIUut l1abor- Without interest. Gloyet.embroid, 1 I ItfknA* %.ff AWi..*.*A AM.4. .U-..L.. 135 ---- I
u.vs IraUnll in ClUt --- --- --rr-" --- 1.- I Memoirs of GrinuUi. :
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-S borders You can brin ;'with you' :uojqiivaeuI I : Silk Shawls black silk Braids. Sheeting; and S 3 'Col. hallow 13G 137. Bray lsy
,Hotel. 4 .
, City 3 Col. L Cooper,2voh.,, I
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Shirtings, Ladies and Messrs.
: good to'couuerv4il evil f-1ouropision. Hoods one j rnnk 138. Markenzie'a5000
S \'eareo1pe.edtotheritit or ,I .OPOLt". f' TilE (Jodersigned re.pectufly French Perfumery, with a variety of othei articles ; 1.It 5 Col. \Varren."I { 139. Naval!Jait 1ece] t ; i. J.

. .< It is'the grent;. enemy of DeniociaCjr.! 'Looking' i a';; ; ill nrlb' hU friends and the public .. all of which h.offers Car.we 'cbcapei than .5'S 6 5 d' 5'6 Co"V.rre I, ''5'. : 140. .Combr's Constitution menr.I'of Man

to toefexervf food .. 1h!' only "criterion what I generally, ,tiwt be has leased the ever Air ca'h. '. .- 6.'i Capi. Eddy. S 141. ,Domesiie Cookery .
; is shall the above named AU goods bought .at Store and lein 6 4iis and 31uler CawjbelL' > r I
proper, we nupbsa grant cc l any exelusive S establishment which my knot : 2" 113. Prolix' Letters '
pritiletfes not mauifezUysequir d by theS" will i,. future be kepi;by him in a manner be a. tne1are "represented toba, may be ret med 1 ".. 6 Air. True,., t ,{ : f S 144. Stephen" BNrr.:n2lu. t .
S and adYID trusts,that w ill give satisfaction within four bout and the 13. ,llr. Fiizpatnick \
public necessity e. The passing to.all who may twenty money re und-: 2 '.i 145. Jack.Lawrence .
!ventaof tbe how iitimen I favor faint with their ed ; and I don't charge 25 17 Jir. Dietov. S ,, .
day.snow a per i. patronage and to entitle percent. I 1 u 146. The BZindFrvjer
exercised by corporations. They"are weapons the Ho is*. to retain the Hb repnution it has Jan. S3. 1838 5 Reserved.'S. '1\h 147. Elizabeth '1 I14S. /
1 Ie
-. I. in the bands of the Jtfjr rnl us-airiedr C. )1; fLOW AN. ',- -HI I .' ,5 H (6 i 1eaer'vek. .. : '.!;1 .. Vbions of QQ TedoI;
Ins wiekl'd with dreidful effect in its' St Anntinein..J)9. Rc.t'tyed. : "
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.S& warfareS 1 '. 149.
.f : ; Alphabet of
E.AGLISU ,
3" Botai
S with' SCHOOL. Reuned. I "5- ., i';
the .
Potter. (
Producing So r as ,ihoy.nre fl1IlEInhbLants of St. Angustine and itsicinitr /:6: : 150 Lady of the Lake. "'
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convenient a'd ukflll,the1.boulJ"be allowed .L .\ ,are MR' B.. CREEGAN. having separated rum U 'Re.ened : ." 1.1 151. AbeTino'of : .
re.prctr..IIIlDnt d
to call and 3 Venice
I hut with ,nch'cbrekn Rev. Mri Hackett. most 'ReD..Crown.
S : guards thal'e1 can es.IiLn-nsplendtd variety' respectfully S : 8 fa .' : 152.. r< ter-\Vilkin S r
',.; never converted ('i/pot.initiation publiccc WATCHES JEWELRY. AND FANCY annobncts to the citizens of Si. Augastne, that I Rei. D. Brown.. :153. WiBumWaDace* .1""

S <>muKxlatiai. into in-truaients of individualaggrandizenifiit GOODS he bat already commenced teaching school i:i the, S 154, :. F l( Ick Club.2 I

They are, dfkigned to. be rue The Sobst..riberhujllJt received from Charles- honse belonging to Capt. ilickler, sltnalcd.in' ; .'.WarshRI'Sale.. .5- '156. 157. Lereiad.ort.be' ols. I'
S Jill Charlotte Street in which he Librsry. _, 5I5I59
will -
not to -lUll who clu ter annod .the Ion. receive 4ndoce S ,
5' money '
'
. '., .' chests bat t /A carefully instruct,-as be has heretofore d viitue of two write'of fieri faciasiuueJ I1"/ laadT2 ;.. '
I *eomnunriff at large r end hen Gold Patent Lever; Gold L'Epine | S BY 160, 161. TaJ of
: S they cease CO',.bserre'liis! purpose, their exislerM French and Swiss WATCHES. En-lbh. children who -may be'coufidedt.. his eare" He of the Superior Court for the District Itt U'es of my Weibborhood. 2'.' :
'i' ,- .. aLso bera..leave to'Dfoma the of EMI Florida rand to me directed and Odd eharacters. :.;
1"- .becoinM.ahkepenuaoas.totlm' in Silver Table f public that he will delivered. .
and Tea
,,.',c'-;"-., tercets, ',n4 inconsistent wilh, :re >uUh4o principles. Cream and Sngar BOWLS SPOONS ;'LADLES ; S L spare no pains or trouble for ihe improveme tof I will expose'at pnblio sale in tbe cit,,of St. I6&J 16.1 Wilkina'C4nduc & BIIT'p.. .
1 S J ; Sugar TONGS ; / his pupil., and though his school is Au-tutme, (in (,ont of the Court Home) on the 165. Robiuo CnHe. I"'
taU.
Rice open
I SPOONS. n day 'of March Celebrated
t 'We shall give much of oar attention' to the without distinction of 'ed."et he'depend t wire next between the Hours of 168.169. \Vomen,2nl' .
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!* enbject of IKTXRSI*. IxraovcHKirT io Florid Fine* Ear Rint and Foe Coral ;Jet Pearl- particularly upon the patronage of the Ca olie the 10 o'clock interest, at A. M. and 2 o'clock o that day.,all ,_S Water Witch 2 Yo!.. "f

i With such advantages of position and facilities and Diamnd PLNS and KINGS. community! for_snppoit.- Fernando Jlazi Arredundo, Sen-, 'SELELT'8E.I1V .Y :
\ .(construction we cannot forward works Gold and Gilt CHAINS 'dec'dinenai house and lot situated in ivtd For i
nrg ; Silk Guards Coial lonngr Geatleiicp
:
; TERMS. city, and St. r
,! of pnblie improvement with too much 'vigor \eeklacrst. Gold Keys ; Gold Pencils George's street, bounded on the, ,
Silver '
t ; Botwhile we encourage enterprrzes in this line knives, for fruit. ; Yonng beginners, per quarter, $3 00 Eon by said street on she South by Jot belonging '. v1iseT8gaqte4- '

I nnderta'ken.with an honest design to be aecom- ; And a great'variety, of ether Good. too -Those more sd v anced. 500. S tj Mts. Capo, on'the North by lot,of Madame MISS, PHILLIPS espectfally.inferM
.i, ctisbed, we shoal be careful haw we embarrass to mention.F.. J. QUINCY nuneroos For Boek keeping, Geometry, Sorvey. Permit,, and on the west by. Bridie Creek. Ta' ofyonnf.GenUetneaander0y<
;
their success ty a multiplicity( incorpointtonn; SLAugitineJan.2Z1639. 35. ia,. Ac.. 600 ken as the property Fernando Maza Arredon-. eC age. that she will_open her school IkIIt

procured as is'frequently the case, as abasia only : S Catholic parents informed Uutfaewiqnira.froin re.. do, Sen. deed. satisf*two judgments& ,., ,day of March next '.i bet resUence' ,'Mj

\1 for Uw operations of 'loek-jo be. and speculv-! i ii Cathoile children a strict attend xai i 'of snkin favor orA.baell1owe. surviving'pirlner :BOjhJaaUheY..I1ae instructed ia Jif'
.
i htors. CITY AUCTION STORE, to Sunday .Stv! ol. audio the public'servic i of &'.vs. Charles Robioir.'Executor: Ae.; rS f n|>hTr EfadmsrVriUoj. AritJamd e. Cr

o-ntr of Ckarlolte Street and Public Square the.church. whilst children of other rehstou, de* S F.L. DANCY. De.Marshal. maraud Geo-rapby. TennTs$3pei cnarltt..
S I 4 We have adopted the mofto Principles tnd lie I' T: IIE'SnbICriber. having -been appointed nominations win be allowed attend their c.a. .St AwgnlJne, ICih Jac. 1629INTHE 'Sin" The."New," wHI be pleased fir
PtopU. In our endeavor la conform to it-in the 4 Urn places otworshio without i above four insertions and
S y City Conned-- Auctioneer for the, interfering with t] eirrelifnoas send the bi3 (oqs7
-. adherence we have soughio-Ptinciple.sndshe ity of St AiiE.nr.tine. begs leave to (QrolDl.the principles.Mr. went,to 3Ir;G'JL PHIXJ.IJPS. S
v onpport'webavegivealo the cauM of the Peo- J noils 'C.' win lessons COUNTY.CtiURT SLJolns:Cera/v SL, Aaembue
'*' generally that hi is now ready to receive give yvery aJ.dJt (Sat irdaji Jat&emilUrtftMc ELI FeKISO,. :. SIx
mewebaeOUeOuDteIedthteUfltthffic0lUeL. r ny foods on and Sandayaeireptedinhj. .f ) Notice of '
consignment, either for' School
Ro
ll' S .Many wrongs have we suffered In the encounter; eaie.a1e.lie will also attend to Public public Sales or' from,70'cl ck10 9, to those who may!choos< m to,: Baful 'autvt,dee.' : $ diKharleJOHN' TOE COUtfTY COURT lhm< j

but /and more we will pat endure iai I i anT part of the Cityl His long experience in receive them from him. R,: ANDREW; orje"cf the Testa In ritatia'qth Estate of ) NotiecGeo.S.Xotte.dee.

,1. ( S ti. caust of Truth. An attempt however itS utline of business for upwards of Uurtyrear, St. Augustine,;March 7. !. Executor!of the Estate of,,Rafael.: SDSCbN
mast be rtateJ, is still making tdsiatradowrt- e bopes will enible him to give general satifacHI Andrew/dec-, having adjusted the accounts with NDHEVV':DI 'WOOD.Ad ri..ittr. J".
.:;. .. and why I because we h.%e dared lobeimparual. : the heirs and A'
:
OTIE-Siz assigns of laid
weeks from I estate late George ,8_
1 N' thiS date, will hereby gives 31ottedee tavUf asjtbe
5 5 and bare uotabaadoned the Ptoph. Blow,sfte I lIis.ft lar Auction Sale will take place every make application to the Hon. the.'Judge b"_' the notice, that immediately: af'ertbe expiration of acconnts with the beirs and assign* of*sM .
I, ; .Maw has be*ii levelled, .at ns I' bat that far rid' if fair weather if net tbe County CODrtor Alachoa fix months from the date hereof
S y ; next fair day. Conotr. letters of/ dmi- be will apply'to hereby f\vt* notice, tbatlomediateir after***
.: ,,r Without ava3. Wh Uber we,aresJillto fall before GoOd. intended for-Auction. Nt'be sent in'Tore is'Irationon'the Estate of Saml -B. Filxpatricl late the Hon. the Jodge of'the Conn oC'81'Jobat'Conol1' 'lion of six months fr'ra !the date berecf be *i"'

wWSJbe strinni of oqr-.MID'"JldI! de peod open the I ( the Sale. ; I "L. LYON. Caw County dcc'd.. for a fall and i final settlement of his: t nib, Hon Judge of ibe eonntr coart ftt Dfj!rill
VeopleEe"Deopl, ; J i. whose ejtnse, .e hafe... .* '.. S with .
accounts said Estai It
S P. AOiaecr. THOS. B.. FITZPATRI K. $ and for his.:discharge for a full and final settlement of bis aceooolt
,' S tb k"o-ah rte."ho ,ciIpmoZocliu bcaa.. !L Auustine.Jan.??, .I ", .r-March21,13.. :; .. ... .'.. .. -.2-6i... 'J S ;:as such Executor. -- said estate and for his diic&aree'as inch _
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