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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: May 2, 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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fi '. 'bf tiie Y1'&h' pay'I said'heirs""'tlarid e amount:'of ed' in these tilings-we ,- l umanl.bntbarbar=: t .,3d "The- capridc Bmanner'ln'wliichithe:citizens ,
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the conside tion'for 1 the ed at much lower rate, .,, 1 lave OBi '
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premises,out of any money in the Treasury,not saving might be,made, u : & .Jufyfpresen 'Yl'thsabsfuoctioa. ., :the iLittatyaaervke-4., ,'r.: ..
otherwise appropriated., .. ment if at.the head of it th the ncrat Gov 'at hash s\ .4 .The..adop; of" a.poIkytt.bJ: the .J., "';.1.' .
'. Approved,,March.3411839. .great;' functionary,'whose ; tJi and 1f ings; .officers,Uof\\thft regudararmyasthrowsintatheu" ,t ,,1 'Y' .
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-'No.lI9. ness and wjth'virtue, that be furnished t >'the inhabitants' _who, soldiers.and'excludes t l militia. .field"fl* "''from'feervicfe :, ",
'' lag appropriations fi 'building a lieve .it. ia,hardly possible these privati >ns)and,roe Jury ve J.- f* .nI .
;. ." sit'the northern extremity ot ,,.Winnebagain "' ''. have.'thereby, I&.many cases, actu-I .All and.every,rubu8eorpriyate'rlghta.oC'. -
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J.. ,T ; .vigatkm of,the commerce;:of the Ifnited-States; gentlemen; o they're-, :.:<
;oaiwBiais. ; the 1bUovms ber'and the sam s,hereby are, -e.tiyes"of JPng14' s: : ;that in other c ises",and In;sbme pla- ;t invaded, foIJdund penon abused,br officers pf ,
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7,; ',rPCBUO NO,. Ifii I : present as of nuisance, 'any.treatywhlcnmay ,
the Treasury not'otherwiso approp \C;and to ,- becauatfjentn stedjto.agents,;either
f ACT to authorise tike ;construction of ccrjtoproreroemVin -. be applied to the. i' I Of the' Grand' Jury, at'.fa., ,coraprel ensiye ability or who contain'a'provision"'authorizing''thoIridi .
w! -: the Territory of.WisJc .For building a"pier,t.ttenorth* rn i extremity the Counties of Alachua; ,: :freak"of,way vardncss,"of effort to in to remain in Florida,or.td locate temps .

..' :. find for other pzupoee .. of Winnebagp bike,'in the Terri ory of, '...-_ rough, in' the Superior ''arbi control T the'citizens.'have irarUv' jb .; ,:; .. ,*; .
-,-."' if cMCtal fry tte Senate wivio r teprcrstei ; consinmesum'of five;hundred'do lars.saidTcrrito., East Florida.TbeGrand'Jurorn. withheld :'from them''this'pittance so Tpe Grand Jury desire to present their thanks .
\ es /the (sited States; : t.gv&s., wwiW,;Thai for the survey.and an esti. river,;at the head of Great bay. inry da, cropannelled and sw i -t of things,| is.so :uupossible for: tndlucharge'whichhe'deliveredL .
nfte of the cost of.improvnik the navigation oft' ,to mark.the channel thereof ;ti e sum.of'five for. the Counties of, .b ",labor? TheJury know per: to tie. lhbegihning L of this Court#i-aS also -. :'. .
'** "'a4Iah and Wisconsin:' riyert'and end feet.t1" hundred dollars. 1 HilUborough, upon'their' ,/mmnyjdivld ; Is: who'posseted; q th sense of the faithful and punctual attention "

., -_by navigable! canal or water com- : =Approved. ,.March 3d,1839-: I'_ lowing Presentments, to -of-'subsktCAce: he beginning-of the to.official duty, which has been evinced. bjk the ..'.
: ,two tbouaaad.. dollar: be and the :,, I Located:as, the who are*now.wi thout any'subsistence Judge;by those members.of the Bar, and; tho ,
,' F eby pppropriated ;.and that* ,the folMW The. subject.of 'this!followingi: anarks is of Grand Jury',was em ; .,. except such,as they denve/rohv the ..Marshal of the'District of East Flo'whore.- V
) ;sums of money ', appropriated' for! the construction. :of tiable' and interminable : it j 'yet.:'the'Gpvi rhmeht" agents'have ted, nore than one hundred miles into the interIor 1

itw thoTerritbry Wisconsin wit: From the Southern Pair ot, which have for a long to Stop entire y the'issue rations ,< n abroad,by no means safe from Indian de- 1-
Por. the construction of atoad from Racine by munity.'civilized: : Bring inhabitant at Newnansville and p'tions, to afford thepepple; of these counties! .
ri11C to Snipee,on the Mississippi" .ten thous STATE '1NDEBTEDN I. S3.., impelled by a, sense of is hisyiclnityL; ; ,If the Secretary"of the t dministration of the laws;,_and express theirhope'that
L ; The largo amount of debt twin by several of the causes which produced made any such order, the Jury Pram but e all and each,of t ese' 'gentlemen may ", '
L nor the Bunrcjr iand.59struction. ( of ai, road' the States in Europe, usually det ommated; thepermanent whelming'calamity, t : 4 ii oii account 6f improper information,'i be e labled to return in safety! their families.
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ia Bauk harbor;on IjAo Michigan Dckor- debt,in to commercial i of In conclusion the Grand. ,* ,
contradiction c. occurrences to which, it some agent hiii irhorantly wantonly. : .; Jury. desire;thcac ,"
',DthoV jsiri river, five thousand dol. debt, will be likely'to prove more embarrassing pro. J ri v I 'J'** ., *. j tKf>i presentments,to be rtad.*H .idrurtra ; _

; : frolp" to the people of the United States .ban is generally It may not, perhaps, Jury regret Jthat t regainr''miliry[ A id theyreqaesttrtur; Q the )resentments may ', :"
ffor construction oC a road Fond duHC iJed Tho of the debt amounts in command have be ardcreA J l Horio he -sY.7r
: sup principal misguided and blind ? high on. many 6ccar l>J ?the udgetof. printed .
,'on.take Winnebasqy Fox Lake, lo the' now to somewhere about 170 mill ons of; dollars lions at Moultrie'placed ted" 'with* the.'public service.vacU in tl e newspapers at St Augustine, and that copies '',
isconsin'river, five thousand dollars ,-rthe"annual"payment if the'interest may notpress sion of the peninsula "-manner St greatly; in3 their "opm. thereof maybe forw&rded to.th President ':'M -
:Bee. 3. And be it further enacted That the cum on the available!resource o *the States topnyInjurious rat defences afforded by its ; ; ss.'the.'ardor f. the citizen soldiers, of t UnitedStatesandtoalihe heads. of'DcwAni -
f two thousand .appropriated the act extent. But as the pe approaches marshes morasses, creeks, ,injurp the service. ,It has very gen **- >*-, brlothcr: 6ffiocfsi..Td irhont it, shall
lof sect nth of July eighteen hundred and thirty' es for the discharge the prince 1. the redemption and bays;thereby perceived tha in the summer season _'material by"thei Judge they should boA."McNEILLi ",
"eight, entitlc4 M An'act: making, appropriations ; will become .a..serious 'matu r.. Tho loans fortifl.because IIU ; nf- seryicos. >f; the'Fl 'id ,Militi; sen'- J foreman.
for certain roads in the Territory of Wisconsin"few :I have generally,to run bout ten tears.from theo and restricting them to the aSon'wl' e ;' 'any'planting';caii'bc 8 phen Fagan; James,Brooks, .
': a railroad, shall bo applied bylhe Secretary period hegociation. Should the payments of lying between thc ; citizens wish to< ngage in it!}and when J n''rricker,' James'Larter ", '
lof War, to the carver ot the.most eligible'route any considerable(portion of the principal fall rivers,.where they 'could, ; the ci'sOldies} with few J Jft Gibbons, ...' R. HJWilliemsiJames r ,
t ;of a road from the.town pfHUwaukce on 'Lake due' about the .cune..tJerod i in t l.of. the because they could not ,,.have,..been.discharged; at the ',time Hague; TSamu'el Gieper'. '
r Michigan, to.such point on,the .Mississippi h. river' States,extensive?;pri\-ato.bankruptcies must beth army. .have,no agricoUural.employment. '" lin Warren, J." E. Hamlle, .,
II as may be deemed most.expedient. consequenoCi The abstractions'. large amounts : This evil was imposed 'also been sh1o ble of late to call into tkroAn' Cason, ,
I 'JAMES K. POLK. of British 'capital Trom prdductive, employ her agency or assent,she i gle'r nJcS i thb"excludeS-field of- .v. 'Dt1'w. '; ri ,John DTQ. >iC J.'l ,: '
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Speaker / 4$a Haute gj hepresentaiices: ; mehtln the'United' Stages, occurring in co.operatipii weak and powerless : the militia and renders the militia offi ':caa 1 er:;

WL it JOHNSON, with'tho payment of mercantile bal. States The major,part. tlYiSU9.,; ; of,every It hr ordered,.that Jbe,foregoing prcaentmenb ,; I .
1 ancc, for we aC' almost,invariably in a state;jof I moved from Middle and in,the regular army, o;:Qtlicrotficer ab- be ublishcd in the newspapers at St.Augustine,,
Vicc Ptt+rsfdeat1the: Unit&laStatedaMt commercial f indebtedness to'Engli nd, will maternllynarrori.tlto by the Government of the ;; thing; greatly calculatcd'toprevent 'and that 'copies i thereof bc transmitttcdt6ithoidrat' '
.; : 2en. ( the'inaG1 rl : mw of:our dctncstic credits tuey :; D.1824, tho; ] -' i ; lor toese Treasons,'many;most Pre of the United"States!tor the heada of ,
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'Q '\. I'. _6'1' t TO.. : 1\it.I.', 1-! ...:: arid p uffi frightfiil jrcvulsipns.' Iris tinvyfor I. agent within their border ;; ,'-and first jate soldicri'refuse .to Departments;to Major.Genera!_ un'an 1a :, '
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: ,. ;tI. .N.tV i1.Ri' tht "- :,...f.Wt,4qrtAt,i}C, ,".'YCA. -tic'ricoV4: naked and.:.awgckLc Gcr ra1. TAYLOR. ". .r" ;IJ.".".. ,t J. "..:.q"'f..;l". '.. .- ., ..'
,. '_ [. sof J gantlc.."'Many of.thoQt have been ,and gavefthcni ah bnUit vce together,furnish their own horses and **;Itbee is aGloordeird,"-thnn1 "S. d presen ." .
1 Pcstto No. 10. obtalfied for Internal Improvements. About 100 1 them pensioners and- ; and without fee or reward, scout and ntered upon the minutes of the Court.' ;
millions are due hi bonds for thl r object The mcnV-by all which tho' successfully as any"troops who 'are in JA test.BE c ET M.! Djat, ;Cleric .
--AN ;ACT 'to repeal tho second section of 'military An. period is too short for which they iave been borrowed ly insist, the' Government 'The Grand Jury believe justice requires Tie| .. .News will. copy the, foregoing,presentments.
,,: r act to extend the,time for locating Viginia; ;realize advantages at all commerisurdtq undertook in an especial ) who labor:sho ld be.paid. .
land warrants and returning, surveysthereon to such immense investments and,the misfortune citizens of East Florida ,( the Jury' ; uise.the fact,;(perhaps .
to the General Land Office, approved is, so intimate is the chain of peer iniory dependence good behaviour of those. : 'from the'prc ace of the army am .
July seventh. eighteen hundred and thirty ',between thaStatrs.thut th so which have gressions on their inhabitants) th tin many cases the rev J (O JGIf A.L.) !

eight. prudently avoided plunging into this abyss; will tine from that quarter. property of tho citizens has'been wast.
Be it enacted by the Senate aM House'of Rtprettntatites bo drawn into the vortex, in'com non with those ,That amity was plundered by.the soldiers of the;army, THSJ EXCURSION or FBANCISCO, .HERSANDE? :DE
f. of the United States f America in. Con. who. have participated the most largely in the that time, until the latter lute sympathy, br regard to law,'as has COBDOVA TO FIOBJD.I.-Year 1517. .
t. #rw, assembled, That tho 1 pccond section of An system.: I when aggressions ', ; the conduct of.the Indians., Some (Been ripon the Spasish'4uthOrili.' !,
act to extend the tirne.foj-locating Virginia mili menced and Have ever :; aggressions have been done in'a higlu
tary land warrants and returning surveys there., ; WHO WOULD 92, A Queer !:-II ow much gos.. wero induced by the manner, and'the!offenders only escaped Tic\ chronicles arc flow' silent for hear four
on to the.General Land Office#approved"July sip' has been-set '"agoing""aboit the youthful ,crnment of the United 'of the disturbed condition oC\hc'coun.' yea 3 and U half upon the subject of the Fi ri-
I8evcntb eighteen hundred and thirty eight. be, Queen Victoria!. .People who.ta! k great deal; object tho removal of. all k1'.t.i ; Courts" of Justice' could"not:a't all das. '. If any ilwcovcrics were raider'during that.

kand thesamo is herebytc}., mutt talk some nonsense says ojrnebody. If a the east of the:Mississippi. be appealed to-neither have time, upon its coast,or any acts of(nJustico.om.
Approved, March. 1839. tPcsuo great deal is written and publish ted about Victo- treaty.of Pn'ne'slo.ndmg 'of' the' citizens been'entirely free, .
riaas-there. certainly: has bOOOf i i course a' of that policy i whether :.of. tho officers ,of,the.army;.these raittpd. by the trafficker;slaver,.or.pirate!. they. ,
-No. li. portion of it:must necessarily; bo less agreeable : or otherwise,the Grand ,some casesshl ding themselves under hav passed alike unrecorded. : d

AN ACT for the relief of\imbrclla-makcrs. and.comp) ntary. |to the fair Queen than the cessary to enquire,for ns,rind a 1UDlfthcmseIVt-s\Ofthe ply (February of the year 1517.Frapciscoijtcrnahdcz ,
Be it enacted j the Senate and House of Repre- rest. ; e ,! and had no agency wh t ; r their comhir hd,;have perpetrated: on r davCordovaleh'Cfuha touring c
temtitcthe. United .States of America in .Con. Among other .tilings published :about thoypung or.subsequent acts. It' :;the ,:ilk gal assaults and'tltter. roc tidings oi'fair 'Tbq ehterp
gross assembled, That 'there shall be refunded,J lady in question--is a lette r ;addressed,; to the Federal Government' false. impriso ent,'which, as individu. c' gold.or. countries. -
'.'I .' out pf the Treasury.to such imbrella makers as 1 her ia:Tail'i.Magazine, said,' in 6<>mo of the English nor is it believed if the -lvould not have daredito;; attcm t.' rise \vasuhdbr; the,patronage of. thc'doycrn- ,
have imported ilirclb rtrclchel'l since the pas : :papers, to bo by Lord Brou. ham.. In the inhabitant of Florida, 'nI1d Jury-arejfaf from,intending that or,1i nd'coniposcJ' of one hundred and, ten :.persoo .
III of ,; ment theacl'er'al'act imposing duties on, imports -: "I ,am an cxpcrisnccd;man v ell stricken, in ing this question, it would all the officers :'j 4 ,"-approved the fourteenth day of'July, A. years. .I bend myscfC} .jrespectful yJ.before you d their,Just pretentious h in the cam aigns br stations in Flo pnrtaking
1),eighteen hundrcl and thirty two,all excess of, girl of 18, who,-in my own prai y.other lamelysn'Europe or cctlic inhabitants of whom the y know,and tnauytbcy and liospltafity' of Velasquez The chief'pilotwoa "
duty, beyond when'such importers would have would.'bo. eatod/as. c child, ordered than .they had united by ,have.behaved in a most gentlemanly. Alaniihos,'who,'remembering the counsel of ,
been required to pay,if the, provisions contained; to do as\\as most agrpcable or coi venient to oth whole ; 'o"i': .ai d' satisfactory Yrin ncr too ?*irst AdmiraVdhvcted tb>ir coufsd toward
lAthetenth\ find twtUU,.clauses of the second, ers=whose inclinations; would nejvcr be consult tators-cmd had no power lattcrc'lass'i hey will fnltetho'libertyl? ; the: unset' After long the Point Cato. .
scctioa of vend act had at all times since,its pas eel-whosc opinion twould_ never'be thought pf1h0s6conaent..wow the Federal Government .Cat Ltoro .: uii diTl6imcut'. (' voyage
; their the d bo aikcd line. of .1 chc was discovered, and thence they continued
sago been suspcjadcd.in; opcratioqin never,,. .. upon anyone ., policy or course -
tome manner as they were;suspended by the act thing appertaining to any otpcr.human.pc. Whether the Indians ', [' d ,Jury bbl i rc. h yspc, ,th P an- tj c xplorc beyond Campecho. At Catoche the ?
1 of'the'second of March,A;D.,eighteen hundred ,ing but, ; yourself; \beyond the choice of n gown treaty of PaYI /8 landing, tdi: large majp itywqfp'all the 'people! .of ast( nishcd'pcoplc'trf' Yucatan ft.rst.ex ricnccd -:\ .
I And thirty,three entitled.MAp act explain and:! or a can,.nor alwaysupon, that:-4ye\before you faithlessly setup"that : tVI C'ri th y say they regret the re the kcennww of,slccl through their annour; rind
I. amend the rjKveral, acU imposbg duties, on 1 1 humble/myself.as one anxious to conciliate their lawless depredations j in circulation (which seems to be entii -
lie side the farthest 1.1 :
, imports, paaaed the, 'fourteenth day bf July, : your 1iLvotto my principles, to gain your approval deem unnecessary to :i );that Gen lacpmbjias arrived. in on. other ,at Potohchan"" J.vf,
'one thousand eight l ; hundred &nd.thirty two, ,BO.. of'my'opinions.. i to state that between the) ),sent hither yy the President,invested fijptseven; inch fell by the weapons Cf the t' far as'relates to hard ware''and certain manufactures '. tt Speaking,of the. uccn's min':ers;the writer. population of East Florida ,; negociatc a treaty'with tho Indians;1 : vcs.. Ii%thdSpaptards beaten. fito.the sir,
lof copper' and brass and other articles," : says: turements of protection? $ be to allot hem a place for their obi-( wo. nlcd'and. _dyin*,a acquit) .to laboring'at U k. j
And by.other,subsequent l facts of- liko, characApproved -. MThcy arc your-ministers; you arc pleased to greatly increased binds isula ifjFlurida. The injuries .. .th o wai unseat brokedoi 1eR, in'th it2r.
,ter. keep them filling up'your officesind constantly and cultivated,houses f whites have \ *eyed} attbe hands of tho .r' '
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; rCI13dt' 1839.: aboutyo n. You are surro;inded by them, of every kind\were f erected' ha fc been t; tanyand too ofdrep atcd,. aeli t ij y cursedth ilot.andhi3dtscovc.,
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". rrtt = : and.bl'theu partizans of either s ex,in a manner gar and grain growing' j oo deep and ati scious a character soon tu .G-re'. .one'pf"their ships -and .("t\,feeblehVndi o'
r PciatoNa 18.' hitherto' anknovn toy\ the people 'of]this country iully,erected and'worked; : ,or easily 11 bo overlooked or forgir-;;. ... : [ othat, remained.turned. ;
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i .i ;AN ACT to authoriao tho Secretary of tbo Navy,\Downing street Whitehall,are n >.longerthe resort pf horned cattle as well ;as personal ,,,,to purchase.a tract of land belonging to the.t o( thecabinet, Thc official residences are introduced .and.J ) din ,it is not too muc h,strongly to suspect,tha( r .t1b.istreic '
f 'I. heirs of John,Harris'deceased, hero within deserted aud'one i jpajacc I ] holds the sovereign. then smiled with peace, ; scS if the Ini ians should'remain in the' -A" / . 1iw''fotTPIocida"lied'ing . I UV-
the limits'of the navy. yard at Charlesfown, ,and"the 'servants pt' the'.public.This'' n 'C1tIntoqvement..w plenty. The War 'cozti ; ,will product frequent misunderstand ,0 rich_... _fp.bainc..rriajt. g &yprable course'. and'tit" .
Mas ichusetta. ITB not try seemly excess of royal scene.Was ngcd-tbe l ,bloodshi d,'and murders r nor.is it te> fortunate"p SKi 7'-\eof"|our di "s in whichj.jvasgrcatsufrjring
<'it Enacted lu the Senate;and House of,RepreSfntatites -. ./aroris; .at:ouctf injurious to the jpublic,;service, and improvement and [ the United S atcs scriou-sly;?rpposcs to' 'due'I from thirstk'theY enter
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of the United State tf America inCon. .and, personally advantageous ,to the;.ministry." k.indwere abandoned\ .tiiese savagei permanent in.Florida. tie .- rlU it'P.r.1 -
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rrw assembled, That the Secretary the Navy t.' ,' .1 A word.from your lips, and inhabitants,with theIr f ary Ioolrwith, iiprror at' a temporary pa-.. '- do'
be'and he U hereby'authorised and raiUirod'to] 1'!they,-slab into ut\ insignifico'nc*; while a firm fleeing4 for 'uncertain rot :which shall enable the people by their. not--. ortfief of the"P lice. .advised0 .' b.u.t :
., "'purchase certain lands ::8itw ted 'within the lirraits f majority of. both houses- .that in 'Commons that seemed to hold"forth retrieve+ their post lossa-to witness and' a' rt'1n:e"cavaiiers had been, on, land .

'of thofmvy yard, in Charkstown' the trebled.byres dissolution--would 11.once support sure and deprivation ;; j thoeamo, ;scei ics.and ins when; they ailan, hour; "resbing"- ;tiirmaelv* .si .b thewellsiabibints *.- ,f. '
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fJtate.r.lts.said land being the propcrty thin, government w which:should si cceed e ,to...their"places. ness .was-the yo again nny ;chino to lose.. 'l"he1..117 th-e uid.l' cleaasin.their' wounds"' when
oftlwheiasaf John Harris,late of Char- i .** more d fearful mortality- : : o"cr. the iwer and dignity,the cp&; : p4 :'
..'.)jc wri;deceased. r.- 'TJa'-roU win'. .passage" '- 'a t.to,! 'Lord .Mel- pic. :.1 and- 'licy bl lire( clot etmnbntr'nlr i 1- .the. i fell suddenly upon them) and ear.r '.
: Sec;i, 14mJ> t//tfrtfierfnflctoJ That the price';,. vOUfliO. .*' ".*" .I' ,. *.* ,The Grand regret a ;"that as thcysbavo;beg tn this :.: oR the,P.ti pnQwho'hJul escaped unharmedtbc ;',

*and value of ass ld kind rajy be fairly.and justly, I' 5 AM his constant maxim seem) ,to have been should notice the total" [ ;sh6uLlboi it;untU tiie.object,for. froni." disaster. .'of Yucatan r .. .
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estimated,thQ Secretory.(rf the.N4vy is 'hereby I both persoaallj',and officially anything for,a part of the Government' wasbegun r--7"-el all be'
. authorised,to agree with said heirs' ut.selectisg. .'quiet life," dou tl-he has incudoctrine Icatcd thesameseductiv proached;not only did : f-_ ;_:,tHe.- .... .- .W7.g vances. .1'P y '... ere> 'passed.'. lost' one. of,their
and choc n..tliroe"diein\C..M.fM-; \ +r rect, suitable r -and perilous .u x>n'his youn'mistrtaH the mtroductionbr troops ". !'Io.1.. : -.r t"
mew',who,aft6r btanjgswonii 11nd nayteg ftil- I ;'and "it would bQtri'ce':i nd well.if all so by eXtra rdi ryand tardiness r tanifcstcd by the Coagress yes els; 'upon :the At t -reached:
Jy examined "Kiidflaad, shall'estimate, and'ap. fitia iad to*trouble her repose,vie e the question Jelled atrocities, on the | ii Suites' gljo viuffapirccognizing .Poi it,'Qwciad3lncc"Uavana. *wide/ 'less .than .
praise thcKuwcj: I'.ronlei' : purchased [;who should she ask to dinner, or' ivho to.dance t by their officers__ and' ''of the citoiens/pf 1 loriJdt'for a just. hal I ''or thrir\ numbers, ,sad .they v. "oRt put,
' icTarcaspnable'um. :or if all the occcupatiohs of her s i -"ere. to kfuuB,.sought %- :- ,fortheur.l. sscs sustainqi- '' ",''arid' ,pur-. sic and In poverty._.'Hernandez' had only .
Sm a And be, it, further; enacted, Tliatwhcn 1:! do'what her ministers seem fesol- ed she shall- nnts Into. fatal ; : ; led tt CSo. ': :
. 'ItKe! appraisal shall be mad0 known to'the'Secretary I!i wear out' her life ;performing' endless, entertainments nnd"bY'reason" of' !the: be fact that th 3 supply of rations allowed tixh>'to write a description to his patron,''of tho ;

_ aforesaid,and a'coed and sufficient defcd of ,constontamusements c nesting par- which the army have of( ongress,to poor,distressed is' land tand wonderful people. he had seen .
. the land shall be tendered or given to the tics unceasing exhibition,and per ictual locomo to unfortunate inhabi Jits, is,as respects many;of. -
same *
:;,.! U. States b/the said heir,then the Secretary 1 tion..'' But, madam, if your whole duties consist. ,.of them-* and their' wives ow most,ioju iously withheld.
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I I' when he expired,pf the numerous injuries join- : .' P..muT.Ju.. f* t .- witnesses have established i.a i.
wet t'now
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: t 'r eS to the privationshe had undergone. These ; : ; ry : :"; 'E :'( (C, .Uowning. tranflatiaa.l .) certain da1'e'gallant Colonel! aA

," ... "' misfortunes gather interest in the recollection were. ;: jrevolution.th&.'" ;-'r.We fcotiee. ,inSel, uyler'ji'.s CoaoterfekDetector' which he said something;but nei '
tlyraagvis '
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that they were shared'by Bernal Diaz del ,. ) jweraconstar d* t'up-:; bf the 26th Marc{ ast. a list" of one hundred andilzig. the witnesses appear to have] S

Castillo from whom no subsequent trials removed ha dcd : i ; of **"'-' 'w. j. : -none"*, broken; inks, (a:'1'l rthern Detector ed what that.something wass.Their ..
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I -. the memory of: their severity. pit date, : could publish more viz: '' stories certainly differ !
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Now for the first time.were heard accounts of by > ; ce.: ig :: In,Maine, 12;',Massachusetts,' 16; Rhode Island King James said,after listening i ." a .:
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constantly en x> ,
1 y '.;. a people farther to the west who made use of but I 5; Connectiut, 4; Termont, 3) New pi two lai
ugills, we kness of I tory :argument : 'nthey're
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clothing and raised temples of stone'cementedmortar.Their tiSh'i "lit utenants. 'York,23, New Jers ;y, 11 j;; Pennsylvania, 30 pt baith right." +

I with idols were produced and navy was full time her to choose. a Loco Foco Governor

s hr td otgold whlcHa holy'ronfessor i had i tors anijud je stepp ) ;Delaware, 1; ]Iarylana- %7; .District:of Columbia TIm'TRUE S8UK.;';: :
IJ ships and,dr ggcd a- Shall nn h s GOYERNJI
I ". taken from altars wet with blood. They who regarded J flashed> at5 the gang- ,4; Virginia 3 ;South Carolina,1 ; Georgia BANKS, ors OOYERNJlElfT:

: the.fashion of those rich trophies deem- 6; Alabama, 2 ; Mississippi, 1 ;Tenncssee, PLE1 Skull .ra fare a 'CON3
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:* cd them less than'Hebrew whichhadtimitakTO.thcysaLi'bysomtfadoay ] v'ar by a British boats fa Jacksonvilleis TREASURY or ;'Ii. VNCONSr
Florida 4-a
no antiquities 2 ; r beginning; ,
I $ the inaffirm. "
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.sneered TIOttALfBANKtftfU a;j
: t :*fe' !!&....' ) 'fromJerusalem.peradveaturo I not announced that will make 5 out of 8, ,TIONAL CURRE CY.jdatits,,,} rt

\.,*"V JHP.., ',':;* ,h. a1.u.e.timc.P( its,destruction i aid ntryr en,an I' already); Kentuck,,! ; Ohio 12 ; Indiana, !.; of, IR REDEEM A BLE PA PER 1der ; "
:!.". ,,... :'1 : could not icrwisesubmission the despotism eft MORE YED AHK\\
"' by T'-. Illinois, 2 ; Michiga i, 8 ; Canada, 8. Florida is
.( ..r.... .j ;their or under tole iMiartf if m>FRTOJVf
". ,:: '..,'_.;,. : : course ngland ; ,
Alaminm 1"t
reatut Was '
-"-'' The Q.&UWIWQ +ota r in're'pe a precarious,child, for her. years; she'already. -Washington. Chrbnicfo. V .:!i .

<. ,; ..:,. tG. from finishing his our8e. In,the next year he ding' by beats ,all her sisters_ in public debt, and broken This is the question for_. the,peopfiM
-. the she .
as :; Was
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1 t' led.Juan fc Gri JU'1.: the shores of 'Yucntan : : Banks.. to answer Mhe first Monday far
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'W1- : but l*to belie that the .
I .i"r: ,:v:";', _. : _discovering as far port as the river.Panu- mote (be'the.si for the Next [is a list of .two hundred: 'and six When, .:the- 'question submitted. .. is. i "'.I C

't I .: I w'+,r''J co,,!and w tijeocanmgspruiKhecondu! the Banks, on which b l lls.have been counterfeited, or.. No Constitution,".let no citizen
thai that the orthem
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*< J "'w equipment of Cortez to the empire of Montezu- that;describes eight hundred and sixteen different self from 1hq :Pewunlesa:: he wrshco''lJID1"
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;. \ ',,: ma. When that captain had determined 16 hold ; her:depend dies.- /Unlls :nominations 'from .
t counterfeit+ pf varying :*i2'TDE-B..L; _=1Mteiaa 0(:""

. -.. '- I bus power' iad, .of' .Velasquex. and 4.to. apepaident inc ) : John. Sir Henry James. ployed is 81 to $1000 TUiJ_,an'circulation in :the United or Tur'Pzorr>E+,r "r't $' 4.'T_,.. _:
< r directl 1 to the King for-aulhonty.Alamkios'. 1 mg, hllj _
", ": '; ply ... States. NoBody counterfeited Florida,bills _.It..
""" that 'Europe. -
t' .u. yerm QuId ;
00-.1 .1. : : pay
'.r'..,', r,,I.." '-i! .was H.PpQmIQ&ODC.UI.80J ltorL He,was supplied foni i : ntida and that e New -the true ones're lad enough. The.Gscir, Wrsxraac"arrifed. aton I'.

, : with'a swift:vessel and Instructed to .shun Then follows a list.: of bills,'not counterfeit;or the 15th';bringing, London,dates: tai:]:

s : Cuba and;;Thtpwer the\Governor|' but furtherfprov that :'a league'opposed: to: of broken Banks sit er,butgood ones,which sell M rch. The memorandum of Mr.FcMr. -
.... lr iron 'All this he h4d from
. I : \ ; 10 11 becoming necessary,the voyager land i : in the a shambles," 11.from'5 to 05 per cent discount .Fox a iSto'haTe allayed all !'"

put in aearPoiAtCarenas' \ ,which coming to, the $ ; ng'whom he as ECwould- Who after his .Banks do 'MQ '
selli can: say that .ings on_ the part, orthe.rWsh .
other
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knowledge of Velasquez he sent out a vessel to -!
e not furnish us with a convenient circulating me- some of the more violent newspapers

., 1 detain him Upon that occasion the pilot eluded'thefpursui .,thro who !: :,been hanged is high dium. Its variety absolutely charming. We 20,000:men and.10,sail of the line R

"by. using a .discovery he'formerly -
have.counterfeit bills;broken Bank" billsand, fu1theAmcricancout.; )
I made,while looking C t.the island ofBettunl,and riagi s -' of aggressi i n ,and ; '.
I 'J< the good ones, at any pri ce (from five cents in a dollar Thereh! a'geaeral opinion among tKiti
'i a +! '.was the first ;who passed into.Europe"by' the i England, 'whic: i may to the most fastidious formed'that Maine .is entitled te \ _
,upwards, grati Y fancy : [ ; justly,
tat in ,
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.. ,: channel of'the Bahamaa t a :war, we f ndthe t '
and in **lots to suit urchasers.w she claims; y
j Territory .
" ..1 '. its n ((' tiie da true _
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the the multitudewUhtheadrcntures.of present h
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!history car '
*. *, Popular natu nl the ler Who can .calculate the loss, the public.has The_ EngUsh generally appear to.be. *\
, E. ..' t' : ., Pont,,prijalva and Cortez mall ,upon ) to en- sustained from the caking of one,hundred and times more afraid of war than even ors]

,:. ; ". untilthey become the themes of' romance,and his J out to our ted sWy-t ine Banks; fr J n' the outpouring eight ists., ''statethath'would..bethed i .
} ,with the greatest injustice nearly forgets to write in;; country ,Gov- and sixteen various counterfeits of
the riD hundred ; by Manchester, and.all the Cotton .
Mrae.ior i the. Presumed. .er.of .,
the of the and intre to
name youthful : ed the constant and y y-practice good Banks, towns,. of Leeds,,Birmingham; and .
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whose ebilitiestheyare deeP'iYjIndebteiX for their' pain paper do i we; that It
.. (we have''ne nan sjn .modern morality) in not to mention the}disastrous.'effect pea
Bahama supe less of this w; hed '
; fortunes. The of : -
exploration the passage allowing their bills t< > depreciate almost to annihilation who iaye invested money in AmericanCanning J,
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jsiaow 'little remembered as thework! of will;\ ; sot: far: PS ,.to. meat .'
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saiiEnglas4vwas 'bound
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Who the United [
,. Afaminaa.5h Not increasing r the' urden States Is. not'this.pictuni alone,sufficient to,explain peace whh'all, the world'w the sum of:eq' .

: much,of,the'lax nor ility of the age; dred infilkns'of pounds.--she b'jaow : t"

$T .AUSUSTINE:: they for One' of Bulwcr's < haracters.defends. the:'necessity bound to keep the peace witJI.'U7I lal' Ifi
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and usefulhes of d conscience, in promoting in an additional rum of two hundred
i i Tl lnclaT,'May g, Yt389. Certs, : ;, thej; brightest as eU as mind i ,
'>' they peace of and enabling a man to dollars.ILord ;...,.,
j "Jr< dpfft and'the People.* Republic-sbn ng as continue in explaining how tranquilly ";
II the iniquity by : Palmf rston,b much blamed for i ,
g i of its God,, erect '
a rogue may proceed from crime to crime, the boundary! to see ;f:
'CANDIDATES, FOR 'CONGRESS.. in.th< ocrDti 1 From i question; so long "
press
: as his conscience bet mss hardened by degrees* The.Ministry had been: defeated intfier
advai
: the other it bits cans
v q Thus ''in the paper : noney trade, the man of of Lords upon the vote for appointing
. 1 W ,dgattnst,flu Constitution; istrat spontaneous t of i :
.' what is considered,'tie purest conscience, cane tee to inquire into,the state,of Ireland,1 but
CHARLES l)0) NINtt.F&r The -De \ -
Tho I racy no.harm. in passing the bills of Banks todaysound :supposed that the support of the commcm i
means the rrid '
I! payable in *p xie where issued,'(if they prevent a resignation! ,/.t.:
Y the Con.fffufion,. .seeks not to intiii idate .
\ ever get, there ;) th man who reasons' The motion for committee thecornlaewas
away a on ;;
: it
so. the four
.r 11 THOMAS BALTZEfcL.D" .. Thou ig power, a ,little of his conscif nee, .can see no harm in negative in the Commons,by a voteof- .
aggressi
,. .. We'arc authorized to.state-thatjis, Monday moo{ h :weak foreign points. by : palming :off to his n< ighbor, in, payment'of a tg195and;, in Lords by 224 to 24. Thus<.

wai.be the day ,6f election at Jacksonville, come just debt, bills, depret iated:. ten;or a higher percent bread is still'forbidden food for the people:f .
Platform. I ; another, who '. tas reasoned away a little Duke of Richmond declared that if the core -
the Term of the Superior Court for Duval Coun- : ONE Q : -
N; .:.--.11.ordered for that day,will stand adjourned till land i l Bank and,as the fraugh Jibe ies with of :more, endeavors to gt t.rid of the bills of broken.were repealed l he.would sell! his estates, nai,

s 'I" ;..''.. ( W lea__ .I'teeth, Inst. -, I ., V'i ri1y,great"'rind-con-. : Banks, because he is i ol bound to lose by-;them ; : move to a happier land. ;itJnfortanately!> .Jar" t
," : : ( ) A t i general currenfcyl and _and another, going i tep further,upon the same !: Duke. ,he would find corn laws po ahem '

i I CT We would' again call attention. the I land tions .=Opposition to t t>re- principle,, pays away .a counterfeit bill that he j t The working classes taking example '

Ii sale advertised. take place at, the kind, office as ; defective in pnr eiple has received, through oversight, from some person the Canadians ,who if Lord,Durham's report ;
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.\ in this City on the 10th day of June next requiring-a n dical to whom therefore he
tory : of the fiscal con *rns unknown; cannot re. followed, will obtain greater concessbaaT" .,

:: CT Read Presentments: of the Grand Jury detnar, : all banking insti lions turn it.We. they'.ever. demanded, arming in alt q"I -

' of Alachua.on our first page, these gentlemen Terri the preservation' four remember a respectable Boston merchant of the'kingdom, and have.a convention.. : 'k
(r: .Encouragement and who never refused tolllow receive a well executed in London demand
" conscious their of to urgent reforms. > r
I high functions, have:spoken grca sound : inci- ,
z. their own.. plain thoughts in fearless language... to fav disposition upon at all p t mes, counterfeit bill, or omitted,to pay it away.<. u Because The reguarl troop it,is said are not;su "

.. are or and Silver, at d an ,".said Jie, "they are intended as a substitute to keep down insurrection at home,.and forM 2

i;, A'l'letter received by.gentleman in this City baby fq I bank charters; reqi ring for money,and [ never pass what is called reason unaccounted for, it is now adriiitted ...:
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':' from Tampa Bay,dated April 22d,states that the to the State / ir the a good Bank,bill, with ut a dread that I shall be during.the .pat year there.has been'\abna .sf,,,r

r friendly Indians in that quarter, are.of'opinion yd :an in specie acts of on incorporation demant and j instrumental in cheating j somebody, before.it finds impassibility increasing the.army by. ,

.' .I : that; .the hostiles, fearing a "grab" such'as; was .. its way home again." ing ? "n-4
, "" f ,played Oscebla will hold talk.with Major .tion IVY : .
: r \ on not a : } explaining princ pIes The.afiairs Canada, were soon to be ,
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( .,: Gen.Macomb. lib mortify ing to reflect that this' forwa '
Colonial the
I- have such there' change theirs p ften-' ,Look.on this picture 'and on that. Thcj;new Secretary, t 3ks
for distrust
I they cause it the ( : many of the No' ern "Of division I hah "On the subject a i quis of/ orIPf y, .(formerly Earl Mu1gra

: : LL CoL" GATES, of the 3d Artillery, arrived ..ff"OIl the above standing" said all I can say or triw State" Government he I an nlightene and philanthropic,.liberal,{ii
,4 & It is a I good! one say. knew would: create admitted,that when 'elected I far) would no!' it is supposed, have acceptel fit
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hero
.; on Friday ,last: The Colo having for.tneily pick '
; an excitement&pn: he was opposed to t fice, unless the
: resided: in this city for: a length of;jtirne' .is Ain't to. memonr. by I judice against me,but it the measure' but from course,of'action.ministry was o.pledged to a. "'.,

endeared to our citizens by his polished.C .and .po. vps IU I had been mooted;. Pr ivate he ,bmajority! of ?
'. larrnanncra. 'R J t our l ; ulalion..The U.S.'Mar letters had, passed votes in its favor c mi- The cmanci; ation of slaves in thel cst I:

," i Vy jof; this'Stat has from me on the subject, cred it his duty to ac- continues a ca BO of:troubje. These coionksj.

,_ @nere. in eighlhundret I sea and my constituents uiesceinthe-wishesof is evident,will, so fares value is concerned,v&>

,vm.that inquisitive lady -Lot's Wife f I who liquor tion .-Southern (Ml Ar- were entitled to m people, and. became be as much Id *,to:;GrcaUBritain. as if they lad f 'to
views this
j on. important nsad vocate :
subsequent
toe pried into things>t,-our ; beenP '
appears. many tured bX-an enem .3
.I bu.i subject. I say, once /< r vents had also induced y t
I Council house inform us how the Louisiana Lot' quite so large a i the aM,that I will begqven .- him to become itS hearty It was anno need ial arUament, that'no. fether :
/ biligot into the.Senate :,and also whatmeans'jhe ," : ebutS\faJ1. vout ed in this I have "
tery ;; byj as beenjadvocate. The interests execution\ would,take place:in Canada; )
bill laying a tax alabeaune'! sonic have acquired as much and will always be o i of the South demanded s
onl< American. b< nds. could find tio'bu rS, sO.I.f
razeed. < kingdoms for half a do the subject of a State;b it -the efforts of the Abolitionists '- r. y '
: Vel : 'ancestors began to, the.will of the;people. of theNorth as the'questio i of war was agitated. End

, ;: t Fn.tow-CIrIEE : 'cos / of Noah J Is.not the -(CoL Down' "'* at- required that the South funds were[6rn, but somewhat\:,h avy./:TJ*I1I

dress. p.9, llth 3 ack) should add' to theirstrencth was generally good cotton advanced prieefThe
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On MO,DAV next, you ,will be called Upon to No wonder i the jjede-, : fa
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*express your ISSEST, or cisscnr, to the COHSTITTOOX. "_. sufferings. is intolera > e"1 daction .of new the States British. mall Government_. has contracted, .

Doi gningIVPpCRrrESteUyouithatthe specie circulajcan e so into the Union as speedily carrying! a bysieamers.twicea JDO--,

II question of CONSTITUTION involves.tha\ : -the ndand the' no as possible and that Halifaxand; fr. am thence to Boston andQjiete

.'of a STATE';.but wz,tell you the_tew,.questions .. .< he was now personally .Accounts fn m: India. are by no TnfII&1M'-.

I I are now t. no'way,connected. .If you have,stun .,-i, '. riend State and Government advocate of factory to the llnglbH. Extearive. 'prepar -
: bit. a inFlorida.CCW.
it,.and LIU its PRINCIPLES,vote for ft 'If you : Down.ing's appear tabe.ii.moventeat in Central!jAsSafrattacking .
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voters came the Jiritish .
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it will which poeses "
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II so,, well guard your RIGHT, or PROTECT .
II S your CTTZJUCSTS. If you reject'f thb Constitution 1 ,I men .and l 'similar to) the. What a change mus; have came over the spirit strong against the former:Ministry that iief

-' the enemies of your peace 'wfll seiraupba an m ) were not of the Colonel's drt am in the space of Ministry b fon aed of which'the.veteraji l ouliiPresiden

VIII opportunity hereafter, to make one contain, oath" l finding !'themselves' husj I i twenty days. On the 1 th March ""1 have'said, (. TJie, King has been competed' } *

lIt ing principles, not, consonant with those TOT: to :at the fraud; the agh t I i,all I- can sny,,or rill s ay-on the subject, of a submit" to v :certain conditions'one: of" which* '>9

II II H profess--one which CI will TMTTZX.away the UB- .ty b es were not legal voters. r State,I will be governed by the via of the people.* to make war oh'Don Carlos:.but Gufzot,indthsr *

ERUES guaranteed 'by/your roKEriTHxis i, by holy. i On the 3d of.April he.h. id_become its M1t ,advocate :- _, party do% not a ppeatto i have tcquired -rexUcmeuberal

and eleventh ho ; personally a riend, and advocate of influences Iris saucl'flat
the nun by the Gnnoux. .DT. ,a grbat ,,however,
AROUSE, FE4ow- .mzElS, go to the 10 its, sin,to challenged at the;I Tew,t State Government* < L State Government appears Guizot,,:or Odillon' Barrot,. a stern republic::*

IIi and vote for.the Constitution. Remember- ;,.*tho come told he must tak' the t : to be very pppu ar- in Middle,-and West would beipresMent of the Chamber of Depth :
of Yes.
price of,ZJSZXTT:-is,eternal TJGIL.L"IICL" Remember a' "T leh. I Florida-not so much sc in the East;and the CoL '. Bucrox.-TherCbamber'of: : Deputies had*
its .
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: and give ,jme Dimoc -at- j : !
the enemies of freedom mroiocs .likeanacxomrnodating emanasheidseeinsdisposed D to the Londonia4is >
I I your are .. 'F treaty proposed !> | ,
'i'1r Retnember i : by the powers,I'll sv ear tabe come.al things to aWmecan : .
nAluL.e; 'rowEKrvu that owu ., he supposed.that the SenateVvouU assent'
e The honest ;
.. once lost is seldom UCACOD.. :.Be: 'VKILAKT, fellow ras 'thereby save-totej Since'reading the Coon disputes between .Holland and, Beigium}r 1ItJ i

therefore as you. valuo your own: BArrctzss, orthe.happiness _men his employers in a'i ea- l-nel's.nN..1.' iii. th.JFldi- < y.webave- seen b. .1 therefore, looked upon as settled. Be if'
,of POSTERrrY.REXEXZZX di: cami'to.D. matte: of the; faint glimmerings" the "Star**' the
your .,, verb. version most free Statei-n( ; Europe. .
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; that in;voting,against the COSSTITUTIOX 'join'the'right;- ,side. differing somew'hat,'.bu as both.,Editors were tcssu.-TheEm; ,more tet t

you, Can ,CI1Iypea 1 a ,BANK ''TRI. So: present at the joUificatic n we jtatlYjconcludeup.- the Legislator*? of Florida,'has published t!*i icrec"
'
UMPH, in your owii IotaUty.r ,; der a : r =iationsl for settling Ihe the principle ui'vino wri&uthat he, who'first abolishing lotteries in Poland on i* **, .

COST OTA Cowjc*=Thc Tallahassee folks intend good, darY this will the be/ opened at wrote after.leaving the Me.told the straightest of,their mischievous effects upon the ipolar t* .
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Engtish_- 'sh story.. industrious.. Good nee;
each for india : : I things do we thus
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..: ,: 1 lordEbrington.aliberalaoWeraan' ,...counterfeiters i being only a description of Aristo.OfbOflCflShOicUT3rOfl )Notice.. mf 1 1 I By.. tbe .President*, of the .United ,Address. to CIU ZCBS eC.I.l.Jl
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,btppobtcj. ,VMi. iS' 'I--Y. '. uci crats WhO are detennined'tb livefupon'lhe labor T H Epubfle Ira warned against cutting,timber,or }- "Itates.IN : Dr. BoELJanjin' ;BridM'i.'s T't'' .
e waIoi4L3evrtenanto' & The pooh "* '' *tr l.- idc- In: < E1irs.tcxrati ? jf 'otherwise trespassing upon the landa of the EsUle.ofDtjr. : NCE'.OF LAW.ll.P..fR11' ,
1 t tab1e'1htves.1'I'Jr.fJ.These1Pil"'ar
CHIIRM, dec thweYituatibn thej Plains BURE Piesi4fe .
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pte'ar 'becoming mere :determined and earnest manner, :': ITiere (iul4tk (.fifei rate and Swamp San Diego.intheCoonty of ;Johns, ica, do hereby declare aid make known ihiti public 1 :made''nTJ&&L' of.Vegetah' r .

;"; in ''tkelr demands',fox redress. :The*Canadians patterns.,, 'Rathbuh of,'Buflalo, STick .Biddle or and formerly beloogint to the Eslalejpf Thoa-.Filch sale will' be.held at .St. Augustine i in the "e l lllry.O ', ,tr.acU. kdown by. lung experience to be perfc
I. ", .deaarre, tha;tfconks'jcf: the whole So to wit : 3000 &IJ'e.a&"Chlleuruon" the North end of Florida, on, Monday JOth day of June 'next Itd[ cent&rutel of ',mora power a purgative c. "' '
Empbe. Swartwoui araunmeed tiu'WIu
: ( Jy 'Iqr'ri p the Swamp ; 400 acres'formerly owned:byiAIontesde-. the'disposal bf the unappropriHted' vacant public! lands; ser ibValintcniary\ c...althau any other weJ.f '. .

long to' 1'cmtypeOO. the 1 were, insoieailytold ttic&onJyatlutrt'tJme before'Kevtt, blown,' up") arc oca; 255 acres called 'General Savannah formerly to which '**'private claims aie'alledged under exiting t Their effect on the,sy stum is so easy.,.that U,vmarkable > ".
thcj had no gperancca to complain of,; but allodmirabbspecunensof."ti acial" ability. owned.by:Philip 'Deweei;'400 acre' formerlr owned lu ws;within the limits'of the underme lioncd tow'n.- i fact tll1lt UM same may be given to an : (
", by Fr;.'R ,Sinchez. :Ala. 609 'acres'culled Beach ships add fractional tow ilhi pl. 16 wit:' : .or'adult. itnhoatthe possibllily doing any injar '
\ a few.muskets.are fired Govern.Us plantation the Island of the \.. :bat PN th conti good. Therefore CoiU .
.tj, on 'Amelia. formerly property Soutlf of Ike Bat: Lint Eatfef 1M Itridia. ary :
'"i'me that the Canadians were the worst Primd' of Geo. Atkinson;4.500 acre* oathe' Hirer Halifax Fraction township/c(dange.eleven. I eiiher bl Mualtorotlierwise.anti in. Billions F.ntil s ;

'. .: ; 'pee"in 'qfo world 4' Such a 1 lessen The(Federalists.toy;tb Cot,' runibe} .,"bosom ,
C end" General J Washington, had his by'fends of the lale )I,. K.rr..and on the(North by twelve | .- benefit.Dy.iitcreasing. '
," tUJotlilKaytb,be forgotten,or.not to be practiced those of Henry Yonge{ and 200 acre held in common : \Townships 2,,and.4,'and rrJ'euouaJtoDihip' 5,'of'range the done sufficiently nn' be ru.
'. 'by_. t exasperated, dther'In Ireland ornzlaua vote.challenged by.a Lbco-Foco in' Connecticut with Thos. Duller,:on the Plains and Swamp of Diego ''thirteen. t : ', more wrrfnlly to effect the.hole,"camt"' thm:

We Jtno*)nothing of'the matter but, probably .purchased of Join Lloreni. '.Township 1.'East bf Saw'anee i ,:. ..'and townships. rlellt dose 0:C.lomel.-ami,.. ..in a few boii,"

: the Election lav:of that state pro ides a qualification JOSEPH CIIAIRES, Executor. .24., aoa5oCrange- ea,. : Zen the effort i-.?er.no debiUty}.tend ur :
L *ei, April 25. The fraction of tfecuorj thirty one,east,of 8awanee. ced. IiMtead oteaostug weakness,the, body i.s"r"'i
; I 1 for voters in'which the circumstance of .- river in'!'township one of fifteen. er, and.could bear,more fatigue after they, Jure lit r

>' :Steam azeL4eiitneft; have it Is said, beingany person's"bosom friend t. is'not enumerated . iKotice.' Townships '1314.15; ,range laud 15,.hId fractional township used,, .Whem the Brandretb. Pills are knowo Cai .:*;

.-* "determined''oa bufldig: two steam frigates,over : ,This,much is certain ; General Washington SIX WEEKS the after Court date I'of shallapply.to.the.St. Johns .Judge, for .I 17; 18."of range lut eu., isiotuaed4 '

: :1890,font, to czuV[ ,eiqcl1 tea guns, naiaely, ,.if afire. ,would 1 acknowledge no.man" fora Letters of Administration.Couhty on the.Estate. of County John. Hamilton Townships. 14/15,19' (7, ;18and. J9, bf.range sevnteen. As a purifier of the blood,they are meat invc* .
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: two.bomb cannons, owl eight 42 pounders. late of tail County, dec.. in oil. cutaneous' diseases, from' whatever, caw .
I bosom friend who attempted to give a vote Townsbip,4, secUon 3,4,5R,7.I&9.115. J7 I *"
I Juumpttlf'A er uamod IStew- fraudulently. : j jBKEAK _.- .,GEO. CENTER.StJoIins 18, l9,2O,1: 2l 27, 28, ).),.31.32,33.and34.in sing.. ; "
I Co. 1839.
,April 21. .
.e.n of,Upper Canada,ina "teca. arrested.on the township 15:: Sections 3 4. .5. 6,1 8, 9, 10 15, 17. Becau' no care required when .using,thecn. i'.1

the ::aowtt TBS Xflagant fiontiev on ckarge of attempting to, t '' 18 r SeCtion.4,5.6,6. 8, \r7< l8.19,2tl.9p.30.3l.t ; cold water the lialV .' .
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general,determination regulate the: banks, but BAGS Northern Corn.. .or ,; bodyis positively len to :
fr: :kidnap a parson.narccd Lett: ,(not,Lotra wife,) dotcn ..00 50 beJe.1Ia. i- and 32, in township 18;s sections 5,' 6.7j;8.17,18. .1 ,, \ ) t. .r
none whatever to break. the',b nks. .-. .St._ Augustlne .. afier than.before a dose..., Those. ,. hunter* bem.-, TtiiLdi7rthePiaa.
1 .29 2L3O 31, and'32 lii towushlp 19 of "
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''. ,.ifl"ll ot.'bAg implicated in the murder of Herald.I ; : I i1ObagaQaia.Forsa1ebv x and !.. .
,' 1839. : B. E. CARR, & 'CO. nineteen. ,, If, r : : which'causea cold ,'caa, ,
:':'1 Capt. UK*of Cbippdway. don't mean to hurt you, as the rowdy said Jo I -- __At the same place in'cotwentyfomrvt itinualion, commencing, I I'M which, ,by incuniberiag the.blood prevent ha if oe!'" "I

.. 'Itf.. aotkc. .do'Indian, news last. week' we the gentleman when he was gougii ig his eye out. Building JLoTs for Sale.ON -/ at '01 J.', forthe '1 be ia. 'But as the Pills i.mo-.U incutnbrane' !.-', I
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ccidcatallf printed the name of Lieut Rodney, Tall htuset Star.If .' the moat accommodating terms,aitnate in front cal ortiie un appropriated ocaot.pu'ilie lands the blood:their.efiect in efeThejr : .
thsparticutar. is { \ -
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the insinuation intended the Sobscriber'f'residence at. Point. Hope, the limijt of the undermei Oneftown.Lip. and dPpG-j ,
that Banks
L as J. f. I I"J 12!, 'ornierly Serai's' Point.. 'Please apply, for. further .lionailonahip', to wit : may be taken at any, time that body .r e.l"; : '

peaia44z-Tbe .Ar e: Fur' cannot be regulated with out.braa ting them we 'particulars, ,itf tbe Point ot to Gen. P 8.'SMITH. South oftketau lint,'.t' mdeatt of tile niridit medciue,either before or after-:meal.*wheu ,tut f.buuue .; -

has sent-i, and 'ecientificexpedite' would ytet1.h; IY ak.TExLowGSquAno.Let. I'I 'April 18. 1S39AUG.." POUJAUD L Township 14. except( lions 23,24.25,<'26,27r34i witliout any inconvenience being experfcni '
Company. trading ,. 35, ind38, of range twentv four. And a certainty that malignant 4iieape.t CAS. jjjt -. -
.\/ fcp; lire' Missouri,. to Oregon,:on the ers,both public Notice. Township 1, fractional. lownshlp '2,. 3,4,5. and' 6. while they'are used. Thus establii'hinghhie.tti .
. Pacific. Hons 'Nicolct of the Academy of Sd.r 'SIX week after date 'I will apply to the Judge. or towcsbtp's7and U, froctional townships. U, and ')10. we have only tonsathose remedies wlhph'PL'1! 1' t
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have
and receive Iri
been
private Washing County Court Alachua County for Let- .eelton.5.! 6,7,. 8. 17, 8.19.2O.29,30andll.in. i. I..od'l;to be free (rout ALL diseases it boinj'well : i
ences of Paris und Ueut. morofthe U. 8. ton from individuals of the Exploring Squadron (tars of AJmtfittnticn-on the 'Estate of HXHRT A. township II, that part of township 12lymc. ; ea>tofSl.Johns i known fact,.that.every disease whether; '; ;

1'- Topographical; Engineers accompany the 12 dated 15th January :off. Rio de la. ,Plato,., nine MORE. late of Mid County,dee. and section K'fractional 2,3-I 1. 12 and 13, in [the brain or meanest member; whether boward ..
I April 1. 1839 GRANVILLE PRIEST.* fractional township 13 of range twenty six ulcer or an inward abcass,ore a.11. hOr'l1 '
w clerks y4 13OhandsempIoyedi' daysout from Rio Janeiro, at which time all onboard 'Fractional Township J2,3. 4, 5. 67.; H, and 10. ,om many eau.et..r"ductbJelo'uaae Ira' etfolt, nuy ; -

.: J&; W7IOt' Terox-..Col. Harrison tit Texas were reported to be in good icalth. Oils', 4-. ank fractional townships plt north of Dunn's lake, ,- impurity of blooo.Inconsequence 1'- !

4'111nKtncky raising four companies of'-volunteers .Ill[ID. Lsrop Oil. (fractional' Township (2, .1 3.and 15, .and township '; of the pleasantness.o'ftbeir 'ftp ;
: 1.do Linseed Oil. "*, ion,they used sectiotj ".-
to bcr\6'Sor the of the' Texianfrontier. 1'ASSZNGERST 1G of range twentl'.eveD .. are nnirersally in every C .
'protection 5 baskets S"'eetOal, F"cliobaltlu.hip lai d 2 townships 34.5,6- nde extended.country.whero they are nude Itt>o<. I'
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., Pay zmdrmoluments liberal In thfljSoulherncrr Itev. Mr., Itycon. Messrs. 3 canes Betty's do. 7,8,0, and 10. and fraction it I tow ships! 11,12. 13, 14. nd are fast '"pereedanl'nerl.iher prepa* nirnfessedsindlar ,' :J. )

'. Verm Crux was at,last accounts,alive with re- T.Flotard,.R. 8. Naujet. J. Cam ;1 1 17.box Castor do. Forsala.Apdl 15; and 16 of range twentj eijltt. import.. Upwards- of(uurtecn I U ,1 '.
B. E.: CARR & CO.
the of re-establish- Fractional townships 2.1 4.5, nd6TownsWps7,' and cues bare been certified as cured solely fiee .: .
. : : joicloBS at return: peace auimusna I Superior Court-Easle rn District.. 8.9,10,11,12,13, and J5 and 16,'of 'range'twenty l ,since the introduction of them inta th- '1: ,
: ctent of commerce. The terms;of Admiral Ban- '. IN CHANCERY.i eight.Fractional.' < tales,thus 'cuttblfsblng. f.et, beyond at. .!l".' ;

din had been acceded to :by the Mexican Government 'AtL \V pi. Marvin vs. Philo ndr.w., Perkins Nichols.Joseph ; townships 2. 1,4..5. and 6, Townships .tatthe Brandrrth PiuS cure the(apparently u>- c'I ,

I. ; Mexico pay'an indemnity 'cf threenJllioas : ,F. White, Bernardo. lui. ', and. .Dioaisia Se.IUi. T.Fractional 8. 9. 10. I 1',Townships l 2, 13; 14. a,.kd 3,9,10,11,12,13.14,15.15 of rangetwenty nine.' Mite.seases iher'lMiwets by the whhtbem one simple U net thediwa-of con?;jiyacuaiing "r" :,

I of franca 'to''.those irho. put in 'theirclakos I 16 and I7i of range thirty. ray,'tbeiefure.whatever ,may besaid of the THI ,

T before the war; she guarantees the pro- PORT QP-Sl. + liD V 7'r."E. I, 'appearing from the affidavit of the complainantin I Fractional Town/nips, 11, and 12 and towmhipj he-. UTtUTI" of the raucricx n now, HOSE .. ;'
above
the entitled
that Philo Andrews
cause ,. 13., J5, 16. and 17 ofrane ihiriy one. 1VMT. .
'j; toction bf them persons'and:propertj cf French' ;I ARRIVED. I. I Perkins Nichols and Jovph F,.White the above defendants F.cti towiuhip 12, Townships 15, 16, and Urandreih'a Pill rnre" Scnrvey FelL '. '

men; inacmntfy' 'to those vho.htf Y* suffered"will 278chMcsscng rLissereSt.rTarys.; Lum. teside without The Teniiory' of Florida audI 17. of range thirty two. I I gue, Costiveiieim and ilscom-rqueicc., ret 1 -aren. .' l
xvithih the United States. It i is Ordered that
said ,
I I I the Township 17,of Uarly three. mid travellers rt. .abrnlcl l
be fixed bf law commerce willi France to be ber.c Andrew. range to foreign li c
; Nichula and White and
appear tbe
answer
'SOL Steamer/'Southerner Chase CharlestonCharleston. a- Fractional Township 17. if range thirty four. I e'whh llt ihem. in order to ,ort to them on '' 'r
t tbefboUngpf the roost Ihrorcd mended and supplemental Bills filed in this cause with. '
placed na The sales will each be kep open for two week. (on ceasion of illness: No medicine chest U Ti l"r* : '. .
tonandtheFurtreaiotZanJun4crn1oawfl1I Savannah"' .. 'jaBla Creek. in four month. from the day of the first publication of loss the,la'nds' are'sooner di posed of,)and ro longer ; here they are, 'lime or climate effects tltui '.
: SAILED. tlty order, and that a copy of this order be publishedin and no 'private'.entries"of I land in the. townships so I rovided they are kel dry 'Gentlemen will tim? '
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I i', be rcsitorcd Iry French. The.indcmnity will c Sob :Stephen &. Francis Magcc, the Florida Herald once a week during the above offered will be admitted un iI after the expiration. of I edi.cineoncf that will 'ensure health to t le fee" .... .
be bout.seven hundred nod fifty thousand dol.d01.J.ul. Sch. Elizabeth, Kcnyon Key lTh ayne. penod.l Dated lias 5th day of April, 1639.Itoni' .' the two weeks. I t ell' estates.' \ i.. \

,- RAYMOND. REID, Lands appropriated by la v. for the use,' schools, IIJ!re"L.s.l'iII. universally secured fherever ;. .. V
City Council ROO1l. JuJfe Sup. Court, Ditt. E F. military or other purposes v iH be excluded (romsale,. htn.
I Gen. Urrca hod :returned to Turapico, and it I A true copy.' K. B, GIBBS. Clerk. Given, under my hind the City Washington; I they have been introduced, and I. B.JBrandrelh ,.. ;. ; .

'is jBtipposad,lacditaics an attack upon Ulloa (Fit$i jtltnu/es.) JTOTICE. this'eighth diy of Ala ch. Ail Domini, 1839. Doctorof.Medicine,do believe the tm>, j' _

when the French 'hare'sailed away. The central RESOLVED,'.That it be the duty of the Clerk of rTIlHe- undersigned are still selling LOTS on very 31. VAN. UUREtf. .1 'sess all tbe properties I have'attributed' to them : "> :
to coHect all mOne" fioin Auctioneers i I JL. favorable By the President : I I likve
the of
in St.
terms Village Sebastian. I used them in .' ',
; myself my faniily : an e.si :
Government 3500 adanciog aid1in
army, strong,,were for selling gondstn the Market House and There.i no LIEN WHATEVER upon the pr"perty they Ju'f'! WHITCOXB I IConmlttlcntroflke ,
%- upon him.,' Santa Anna Is said to haVe thnt such is ike weaning iof. tbe oc: in re ation to mar. offer for .al"! and nurrhasers are respectfully invited G nerd Land Office. ve practice for over ten years,and my expcri. : ., ,

rcceivnl$200,000 from'llie merchants Mexico, kM fees. .. to EZAMI5K tritually Ike TITLE ofiVred to them.F NOTICE' PRE JM1'1 'ION CLAIIANTI.Cvery fully confirmed melts m) opinion Ihat'allldiK"II .>%<." ".: ;,: I ,

Test P. B. DUMA3, L. DANCV. person claiming ihe.righl I of pre-emption removed by those remedUa which'luv'e' *. :;" : V
[" ibr; signIng the French treaty-believe this who Cletk of the Cil ..Cooncil. _
? JOHN UUAJIAM, toanyofthe Inn J. designing in the above proclamation action on the'organs of the stomach and.Wrrt*!?'. .' ... "
chooses.Trader. :April 2J. !1839. by his Attorney. isreqiestedto prrv8th eauelo the satisfactienof .
Just Itcccivctl the such rj( <,: '
the Register and Ucceivrr bf die propperlandoffice, cpnerolaclion on system,,, _as my S
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/,AV y Hir:Great disappQiDtmcti ts 0 IromJMvw York D. E. 1itcherse1 1 ( ;'
: *<"* < 4i'** lER.Scb.LutrvliitKgrs: ; Jugs arthen and make payment therefor 4*soo* at practicable after Mr.-Aberuetby has clearly proved that aU 'OLajeacan >;
:. are experienced In the Spring sales, from the Carr"& (Jo.hive receit ed a fuU& supply of fresh A t'ULt as orin>eiit of JucsM Pitchers*Jars', and se.ngthisnotice, in order tha the claim beaujudi- I be'cured,by those remedies wbicr t, ;
Groceries, which they'cuf r for ale, wi In let ate or retail coveredEarihiu Dishes, fat ale. cated thorn law in due time .
by to
failure of tho Southwest and West Jo pay up. viz officersagreeably curative effect on the stomach and bowels] .
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{ April 17. Do E. CARR fc CO'.Charleston prior to the'day appointed for the commencement of ,
It is a singular fact that the States which have J5 firkius Gottieu Cutter. '5 bags Salt _
the public sale; and all claims not duly made known q E 'q q' q Q ;
-CU"I 1st Cheese 20 bones bi own Soap, & St. liigutlne Packet. I -
; fledged) tho most ft tth arc the worst pay, even qtulity \ prior to the'date aforesaid, are declared by. Jaw to be 13 '
20 bbl Kucbester"Flour, 3 kegs Tw Tobacco.-- -etvTIIE l' r..et Schooner EMPIRE, L. Souva.it" GREAT CAUTION itolproiure
before the Joara'are'demanded.. Michigan is so 2 duo While 'eau,.' ) 2 b-ixe 11< ney duo ',' J ICK ma'strr.will run regular throughout forfeited. I IJA.ME3 WIHTCOMB.Comnisntnttr the genuine Dr*ndjeth Pills'','slirl yn" .. .

broken ..dovrn that she. is endeavoring to make .50 pieces dried Ueef. 2 do. Cavenduh, <' jg.surnmer+ between the above' Ports Her aeComiuodaiions of me Central Land office.. nol fail la procure the genuine if you take* th. :,' >

real estate a legal tender for debts. Such a law, 2 bUs 8oJs Dis uit, 10 M. Cigar >, 4, 4 boxes. are comfurtable and ntenlie.t ink advice. j .
Travellers will find this mode of
5 bbls Suiara' I 30 Al do | I I2.boxe b ixes.I t conveyance as '
if passed ,would be 'void by-the Constitution ofihe LupCdo; i bhd Aptf In Oil lf a!ant if ant' more so, as any other now in operation Election,for Delegate to Congress. low TO. be SECUIIE FROM COUNTER T ; / I"

United Stales.Moss. 3 boxes $Lnmp do, j 10; boxes ne b-lwe< n' the two po I'. This packet always goes well P UDLIU NOTICE il be eby giren. tliat on Elecefirot Never to purchase Brrndreth's, Pills, with .*. : : : _' I
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5hhds A11I1a..etl'I I f Cider,tb.1ml'a i ballasted nnJneei takes'a deck load. lion Mill' be held on tl Monday of May P ilively sure that the person selling has aft r.\ _: '" .'
PxrwEjiTThad' arrived In Paris and at. 1 keg Honey. ; : 20 b..xes 1.* ,, N. B.-Always; Uiiichiu!* nt Savannah whenever a next (being the day of ting tat month) at the follow- tificate.of agency.aiid CTobsene It"bill LI' '. .
tended a wn'rWot 3!. Lafittc's the next evening, 5 bae assi'd fectionry.! 2') 3o. CUflet Wine, ( moderate encoursenentoffe'*>i. places or precincts: in the county of tit.Johns, for ce "').

where he was introduced to all'the liberals; Mr. 10 bars do Shot, Ucaskasupr M deira wine, : JVO'JTICE. one Delegate to represent tbe Territory of Florida in DC ..ved ; no certificate being any guarantee after ; ..
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.too Iba Bar Lead, ; boxfs I'e ,per ISAUC!, the Congress of lite.United L tale, to wit: m allis from date.Uut 1MU .oU. by the. boiler i.Iy : i 5;,
; associated el selvel under
P. is a superior roan,'of cornmanding; manners. 10 kejI NY,!*, I 5 casks Ale & I'orter, $ TilE*unersijrnedhav firm of M ttaddij. San If ('0.fur tho ,At thetCity $Augustiu :. at the Court House.At Iii fl4. t .t .

address well read in political questions, and I 3 4 casks snp'r Sherry, 2 pipe I IS audy, t carry mjfi trth 'iW''We ate- Grocery 1'atinett.iH purposeof the Moecuin; Branch, at Fort Ilau.on. 'own office fur, the certain snpjjy .ofL\ <. r -
At PicoUta, at tbe house of Uobu L. Williams
I'And the philosophy of Leg slation." The circumstance Idu do i'ort Wine, I 20 UblsN El um. 6'tore. 13.1., East Bay. Thankful for :he patronage soliberally Tbe following Esq. 31. dcines423ets.. per boxwthfuI$4iretik-$ :
i t persons .rd hereby detignjied and
JO cani-ter.Verder, 10 do Ameri au Brandy, .
bestowed solicit continuance of the SThEl' "
of tUo ; ejdcsccnded they Inspectors fur 70JIEETING
being represcntattrelof a 3 bbls Tar, 1 'GdodoUinUeaoksWiu appointed conducting said election, to .
I' same. : L One door (.om'Qlleec.Cliark<' '
wit 1. .
from Frenchmen may reasonably cause him to 2 do Turpentine, Vinegar, : .
i RODDY. At St. Aq o.1iDe. Edwin T{Jencko,'Peter B. Dumas. 7'Druggists art never appointed'Agents, ib .
3 car Wine .
Bale Oakum cuk. ,
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'. be n lion of th dnt. \ J. A. RODOY. Gabriel W. .
Perpall. Efqnires.
: 100 Corn ruled L tier (' \ chase at 70 M EETING ST. i iAMI .
\ '" : bag 10 reams a per M JNO; F; O'NEILL. pu, ouly
Hanson.
At Fort Robert
20 .'IN./. do. jilickler' Philip Wead- RKMF.A1BF.K: : is tbflabe .
bales
I 'captain Marryaltp hay, I" 5 do ap Charlenton. March 6. 1839.. 41 8w. 1 man. and George' C. Aco ta-fcquire.. Aleeling-st.

| V This man is'a gross mannered clumpy looking 10 I Bole.Twine U and Itl z Ire sold, own office fur their ex ": ".
t; Ct'll.ho came to America '1837 to beg SI i, 2. I i I HAVE purchased and en''Jedin several gardens -River Itrockenbrougb Esquires.North tuy '
PrecinctHead North River, at Palmer 1 sal B. BKANDRETH. M., :LI
:I money from the publishers who by'right had copied Letter Paper, Quills, at.tr I land. ,Ch.rletoh"U,,Peudteton. and Kobertvilte.well as in tbe I vineyards C. a large of quantity Rich. and Ferris''\Inspectors.' D L p.hntr..LtlUuel. -Ferris -, I :____241 Drjadway, :. .,

He '1.2 LesmsAu.e'tetiLukd Let Paper. Gre H Church | IIELIJUCK. ,_ ,
I his work tri English publications. Io I .of different' kinds of roots and cuttings of the best oldbyJOIINiJ.Agcul 'I :
3 do Foolscap, Aftln ..,me election will be snbmitfrd for the fur '
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approval titAugustine. or
from Madeira /
declared him- I Vlllel Malaga. and alto several
Co.nada''Wbcrc he luly
t/ vent to Lower ; .
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/ 5 Tdo dd : tii'spprova!i of the elector Constitution
7 ,jtuiotfuiretail.; almond the -
: self a "\'o1 nicer,*:prepared to bum Canadian ; May ?. -ILE.CARl_ & CO. I .advanced and olive have considered trees; but the in my sea intelligence on being so much it lately agreed upon by the Cot \'eptJoDJaeld. 1at'St.Josephs : DAICiGSC1IOOV4' ) .

tillages; and a few days afterwards m eomipgMit '., .?i fthcatS'Ciaret IP/we. would be spoiling etery plant, if trimmed or pluckedout .,as is provided i in the sdie-lule or6r.din.inee of .. lUAUGUaTUd TATIN hating rhrtrd .
I' said Convention from whiclr
< through Vermont, h e persuaded. Messrs.; BOXES Claret \ ibtl now from the eaith and brought here Consequently made : : [be following.- -/' 'extract. i ill. jY L Angostine, tninonnees .the 'rntii'"r : 1p
SOApril 2)Via. Muscat; as I am engaged to nuke .,int'le in S C,in.AuIU.1 .. 'mail troll., that la ,Yill.o[eu ''".Dill Q. '. '. '
French I [5. This Constitution shall triI11f'eJ "
fcevcral other' .nt
, Irancherc, SouP ,: i1. 1 10 Baskets Champagne. next then I will select the best _vines and I" us peoju ou Friday'Evening% tb.:22J itrst. (forGehtl"'m .

..gentlemen, to return home, declaring he had a i 10 boxes Champagne Cider. Fo tale.B. t I bring them here, in order so satisfy my obligations.CORIIEA pl first" for Monday ratiScation of May the next.elect'Eexpress |rh Ii for qualified Delegate voter.>n shall the _'.qasftakeirtha !<*>ng Ruo'noflCoI.. I ''Cue,.....U.Chirloilft .. I .

: : letter from Sir John Colbprnc staling they would: : 17. E.. CAIinNOTICE. & CO. 1 : DA COSTA. bis atsent dwent be di- Street,t or Contittiunby
Is not be roolestedl Oq their return they were j .-Six week*'alter date I wi apply lo I ,_..!..' Augustine.-82d April_,..Ic33., reeling) the managers of said election to write opposite .Mr.fT willjgive! weekly A umblies lo the La1GcJijeuien -. .

of the County Court of ColumbiaEstate : Cheap Goods for Cash only. to his name on''the-puU'I,JOk'.,.i her th< word f' Consti i. oftit. iiguidtine 'dnriugtheS';
. ;. thrown into prison;where they remained until Uountv fir Letter of Adininintration on thGABlllLL of, ",II! E tJubccriber is grateful |to; the citizens of the ttion"oT I.Ai Contention"] hs the case may be. I I.Siiiliniermiuib'should. subscriptions' .be*icl" '.I,1

Xord J urbnm'. arrival 'Shortly after this ,he. C SON.I.te of Mid County' ec. .JL Territory( uf Florida, and; particularly the city Given de. f my band at the city of Su Augiiitiae, d..rr') rT..tiu the-expense.offers al-o, In instruct ,m the art I .
1 LOW CAS N. of tit.'Augustine, Jacksonville Manarir. and Black the 27lh 'of'March 1830. -
day ,
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was at Toronto giving as a toast Captain'DrewMad : tlj- if d. '
. ItoBT." : VN.Columb Cre.k'for the liberal patronage he ha. received of K. GOULD, cinn any private s, reque'st' 'I
1 his'brave\;JcompanionV' murdered ao. :>Co.. fa.. Mnrcli S3. IRQ them,'and solicit attention 'la this advertisement anda Judge. 'County- Coiftt. St. Juh County.us f Uayji ufuitiUli and,Saturdays.thiee times, f.,per. w'Lui'&, Tt'ThiiirMiavs .
J j.Afiernoon. lI) I
1, Amnzc.jcOId4lOO& inanAmerican : time "f public patronage for the present,year. Finding COUNTY cuWt' I
'l'Utf
-&Jo&ssLoaaty '
IN -THE COUNTY COURT Dura County.In Mondays. \ ),. andGenpiiien .1'riJ. .
the overrnn'wiih transient traders he is
. port; '4m act whichMr. Stevensofi in a til matter of At Estate nf ) Nc ticc'of city corn- hlktiHAlUrofthtEttaleo. I ) Notice of ,in die Evening '- .
pelted to do a caoh business "Clnl,. to 'enable him, to .. .RJJ1 ., ,: \ ;
Tiote to'thcJritW rninistryihas shown to:be .. Geo. &..IIotfr, die.' \ Discharge" cope with others, end he' pledges' himself lo keep.on R. ANDUEW ,.1\1 e of discharge.the, Testament,.". 'T rm'rot.Tltition; 8tO r qna'rttr-nt." : -h : r ,' ,
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,and : J), WOOD,,Administrator thl Es- band superior assortment of all kinds of Goods in JOHN .-hIslf.p.3ablein r.e I _
one lot, the JDOiS&eo.1U'dl1. most rascally ANDREW Executors of the Eat ol.aafael Andrew.
: B. Mr. also i : :
N will
. : 8. AI one dtt. hereby gives io T !! give lesson iU 'f", .
I line of ltu.ineu.nd will sell themaslow i if not ,
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dec. the with "
j ,having adjusted accounts ibe.heirs and '
comri. The fresh of sendIng elaase. ,. :
deeds cause rate /or by
ever di after of.
. lice, immediatelr the expiration, x months |t less than any others un ihiaicity, 'wholesale or retail. assigns of said catate.hereby files notice, that immediately ....1
S Feb. :
Manyatt'ajnama upon thereund. ishis'abor-. from tlie dllte hereof Ira' will1apI'I11o the 1of I on Judge Any oodsjtaken from bis store to lick at, and not : af'er tbe expiration of fix month. from the Augustine" 19,1839.' .
.the county court for Duval.conntv for a tlL, and returned 'in four.'bonll .will. be considered : .
the twenty ,
: j-5attcniptlo| ] defniud bookseller Colcman..Had and date hereof he'will, apply.to be Hon. the Judge of ,
final nttlement of bis accoiinis wiihlhtsaidejstats old, andean ad\'ltJCecharled ,on them 25 IVotice. /
per/cent. lie! Coutt of Su Johns Count for'a full and final -
ali in defence off ) .
"Marryatt em written W his discharge as such administrator.March Any person wishing credit muct expert to pay more settlement his accounts win said ,Estate, and for month afftrdalf we shall apply to tl '

the rights of man, wer his character pure as W., .i39. for their goods and bv calling'at his stores they can his discharge as such r.J lItor. SIX Judge of the Probate Court.of Na"stly !

, ;"Plan's\1sagiqw; ; ?ur have" been called; U bon i SELEeT'MENIINARIjI1 getmany articles for half. price ,by'paying the cash. Sr.Au a.lIl1e.Jan2. : for sfinalolscbirg.'aa Executrix and Exti i
.', Mil,assortment consists in pan of, Dry (;oodr.ncy the L of
itateotCapt. Dailylate '
'inform the Na":1u"1 j
; rubbcr;"'or tome such dirty epithet borrowed 1', rentsof tMIILLIPS yonng Gentlemen respectfully under 8 yea a i-f age.pa. .rti Jea,0Jadie*' 'nn t.. hats, Caps, Shoe*. Boots, :In. County', AT Court-i CHAMB 'JOHN. 'VVVSTYKd. + .deed. ) ANN BAILEY. Ex'trix. :: ,

'from 'England _would .have been published that she Will open herschbolon the firstday March llardyrare. Cutlery Carpenters' Tools, &cr,and bf. RDE REL ,That all Fxeet torsi. Adaiinisjrati.r 81'ICER. ,DKADUUCi "' '' :: : :
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p ./broughout.Aincrlca! but a$ he? is a rotten Tory, next, at her'residence soletvifbr I Boys.-an dthatXbeyWriting nearly everr, anicle called fur,too. numerous in wonton, O and Guardians do appear fore the said Court. Fa .1OtblJe39. UvP. :: .
. 'will be instructed in Orthorntphr K"adinff, having received from'New York, Philadelphia, : .- _: I .
school ho cannot In to be held at the Court House the :City of St. Augustine '. ,
of the antiquated even aswindling Charleston 'and several other place..n exteniive. -' "t .
transaction be.''mentioned withoutioraplimcnis. Arithmetic..Gramwar ana. Geography. 'T< rms, $5 sortment, and will contiune receive by nearly every ,on,.the rirst Monday of J in..as. sCent'of Or- T1 THE: .' :..";Y 'I

}; :. "A\T njvijl.mQDarCby.be licked, .per'D"quarter.,.The News"will be jpteased' to give I he to above Alr iTriaI sold,if goods atcoiu'of various He does,description not wi! h: to puff which bat shall haethe be dinary counts,of then the and;receipts lJere..o.rell and ezp r full ,and correct all iheEs.; aoitureaof > ff' ;<:.. : -. .. ; !

Tour insertion*, aud lend the bill .fur pay mefit tales which the* may severally b 'e..under.'thelr eon"Iro .
Federalists 1'V themselves before
public to and
4QUt2f the :come judge \ .
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G. Patiurs. L .
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w : r they purchase ehewbere,, as ,they can .save their:monVy t tla Iisuur, .,/
: St. Feb. 2O 1839
"' ; Ant nstine, Given under kny hind at the itrof S Anjiufline,. -.
I': : : V ROGCC: icfl !arrested at pit bu on.acbargetpaasing Hotel. and credit too. JOHN J.HEDRICK. the 4tJ1dillloC April, 1339.. -s"rVJr- npT.Tupz3DAT: :r;

: >$5 ,cow terfeit notes of the THE Undersigned City .". his Raspberry Xyrup. A Cordials. I E. a ,GOULD. 1t' 43li@DULL1: .: :

1; .*:* If as frieuds and tt.. 't- lea- .:|> CASES Ita'pb.rry Syrnp.OJ .. Judy C-.I '.,5.JAaa 4011._ f"I..
: "Franklin Bank.of Washington.: theJJStarT At publi generally, i ?' 3.do., da. Brandy. .. /"" .A.t .fIiu? i.it! 'OO.1T U p. ", :
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. : .XJstates til 'crrns sc Id at 30 per cent pr !\ at ,sed .,the above named % i which. 5 do. assorted Cordials For.Sale: byj 1JOTICE--Six ''went Ibis date' I will ; TZ..Ltf. ,.,mADl"ucz.. \. ..'fi: K .
will bs br1 iin in la'the)
in future
a : e'COllnly
kept .J make application Hun the: Judge of tJ .
I after all ,April 17. 1639. D.. E. CARR & CO a&.O.e. v/; .'
.,' ''Tallahassee these counterfeit notes were thu '\lHu give:satii&ctl.in'to all who m !f vpf him : Court of Alaehna Conunritt far tetters of Admi- A&trtitevext\seited. \ Dollar r"r < ;
I ty"' n7y' 70' \ .'.wtnrso than'nioa Bank but we ,with' their patronge.std: to, entitle the HoiiU. ta te Butter ip Cheese.' ration on the Estate of Saml. B. ritzpatrkk.bte far li 4rrt in.eri uiaod Fifty, c... for ta} "f f I ;r. ', -IT ;
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. iiold'it faD lain .the -repubtl. it'.has so long sosuijied' '. CASKS superior Cheese; said.,. County, dec'd" qoentjoM*.: LopeaaadvertMeoieaMaSnpropotti :< : i,.' .- 1- .' .1
: \as f po&W faith i ., bodyjcheating :: > : '"'J :: i: 'i: fJ.Jl, 1\0 VAN. 3'15 llrkina Gohen, Butler. retail. I: ,tH03.B. FITZPATRICK, none tllbecoQlia.rtdI8l.thaaltqU.re. Acn' :J' ', I. ..

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l' r- PEST U8 Or..TUEJt-r <; I they know top are devoted to their true interest : : I : a. .::PROSPBoTUd F;. ; ., t 't 1 ..
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7BRl' 14 81114 L8 From i the-1 of nk>n* of wealth sod power wo ex*; ; ; ::::; B..tl! i j. TOWK '. :JOHW* :: <., I ,
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.pecrno aid :tbeir contribution,like their purpo--' ... 1 of St"J6l4'i situate o'n the :
'.: USD WKITHMW DLMOC.T. S ...ha", i i them;too much,of ...ISabae. and ., ". ( ''AND., -. ,, ", UETown East. 'u.1.':;All person*. wishing for book*oat.
I. banks of the noble River 81 John;
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AtoarTi Page: iadiate.we eater upon a calculation o be.attracted. obt.lUp rt of a \ I its. with Ubrinr will L'.please select from the ,
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'VlI1LA.GE'OF:1 Florida, < TO junction ; will) ..
P 's what tEey have .- .
new era la our editorial career., Hitherto We will 'V in .: :' :.1'/"Jla u.X i the,ks.and. tw ,ty.miles be ow the town ofJacksonville 1 ,2. 'JAU Slranger* mui leavejavalue ;
bare,.uebUo contribute our mite in thepremos'tioo iipportMAKTix, P.otI.ir. ,:Heisa . : ,and"thirty,five, mil si north pC St. Augustine
of such objects.were calculated to advances'1o Obtthfirn man-bnt biabi&bat praire .'that heis >T PON a tract of One iTbooiaidtaeti; ,Kea 'The' nearest'pole t1 nt"'itQ be' : .. .of the set of book icI.aaaiItd ,,1peJ .''

oarT.nltofJia popfttaion and prosperity, and' the Pacprinciples tour' 'or.A UmTKoTcbru. His VJ. of, and bounded by the Sebastian's, the poftiblVla establish abater ox place'oflany im .--. -'.JS '' SaAS': *,. j:,.

, .: if wj ,have failed to accomplish till wo could.have ,i TO' .. 'Ch"ut Sotkceddocep': Proprietor'.have laid oat a number of Lou,ex- portanc*. from it* being, p irfeetlr ,open to the ?: i 't SAtHiJ'inori .
,. desired for A* public good, it bat not been 'for 1"-. '., tending from. the High Land or Hills, downtqthe North andEast/ it receive* tilth* advantages than one set of bbokratli nab titw ..
.;'. 1 /if want'of an honest'and:-anxious solicitude upon. Hisg neronsDutspr fool i i.hot fed i. River.. The situation ,well, toiled (or. a the trade Rinds>biob blow across the:,Gnlph of i out extra 7 pay,. ,1 icyoi'&n:: ;

II oar part to do justice to our obligation; sad,faelfpbioad'raUthBpublic Town or Y&l1lp..aad possesses many?.strikngadvantages. Florida; at tb.' a Ju,,same'i ivettedpf the keen .4. 'All person* keeping .more' .tata jg
.I' ,. And U for ttunterot the I .week will bo charged extra ..P
Jo land. .
With suecetstva.period of pr.perit'aad n. every :\ .- 1'be 8th Sebastian likomost of the DO**,.peculiar toW resident oa thetea: :coast -'
versetbe Territory bas been gradually vancing Whiter r may betidd-rwe like i bis, principlesfriend Rivers in the vicinity, U but an arm of the Sea- I TLa water opposite the tow i.is i (excepting in the : 5. Anybook*:taken:; ffotn-tbaLibmy: %;; .
until- and art hi and 'fricndahSp u not one' the ,and l' ; torn or damaged in lafwI11D01.; than At
. n its rIOufCelud population now errs and affords most excellent fish oysters. rain seasons thorough] 'A1t. a| the Bar i } ;
to It wMuipuc* vAen Ail Cde ), moa wear, the! damage DIN tie' 'fee.' .
.' ; dently approaches a maturity that win oblige'It trorj art lloany mdiTfptiud clan The .pecUOI" North Eastand East consequently at beneficial n'it* effects for ales paid '.
1 the respontibitUks! of an'in' foAas'tli't3afiw.n inlntfnor. ;AVe' and South it extensive and and from 6," It will be expected that a*soon utfai 1
" : ere long to assume picturesque, I bathing and sea air.. .During the time the British:; -
dependent'governmentAlreadyrU *'?prparlory profess toe, diriatirtstedgbou4pverytkatgbatoar, no point does the City of St. Augustine appear were in possession of Florida,,81 John was a, ara read,they, will be returned "

::f". :. steps are'ia progress fr': :' the Union of th* present indications that. at no distant day Florida id adtancement: nr'country, and is the Itkeao'iiiayillbsbadinvieW.'TheHealtp'vf.Bt.'Angastine'lia 1 *: from, tau toi venknt situation. ,Subscription for 1"month, .S1.50... "

) oJ r ;iautt take her pi tee a* ar*overwgq party to cause of r Kami. Rift***!, to* favor-our. < columns- .--i I&hbelr ; ;,been long .Steamboat and all other isels that can..cros- ;. (Do. "fa 3: do. ,400.;; .H
aid. Do.
the ,With thi j L known and SLi Sebastian cannot 6 do6,50.. iitJII. ..
Federal compact approximation appreciated ; .I
the bar, may approach withi a 38 feet of the town, .
to a change"in our pplitkal relations arise* new W. sn making arnDgemeaU'1o enlarge and be less .aIDbnoo..inn'it" removed from" the the-river r bank* gently:,k> ung,to the channel.A Do.. ? 12 do.:. .12,00., .
dusters responsibilitks to the People end'to otberw'Improve' oar sheet which wthope we :Chy not more than half 01... The Sea breeze for the old KinRoad CATALOGUE OF BOOKS *,
repairing
1 the Press \and w* bastes to place ourselves:in a I I' shall he' I. af an early day;, and the absence.'of pernicious air;make this the from subscription St Johns to St Angn itine, i* already filled 12''Tbe Abbe2 vol.'- --- '- \

" potitioa to ducbargt our share of btn with that I ,ATlCUAMtiKUS, .18tb'No,.,,183d finest climate in the United State '. There may with an amoontxnf&cient f chat purpose ; and : 'HrryO'Rardon; i- /tl

earnestness whkh ibj exigency demand. While :who may:desire to'obtain! iuformeS be rapid ""change'of ther'sn sometime another'subscription i* sic: it in the awn of St. ,4.A';: Father' Legacy;: "*
,"'j. therefore,w* bH note pur'e&orts'to Advance THOSE & Claims for Leases ia 1813 rude winds,'bat'' eiaJlJ the air I Ii bland and 'Marys udica.flCUUll.for: extending: ,tha caiueroad 'b. ,HoJydayPment, '

.' "" tn*localloteretta of this 'section of coun* Bd'181Xnow4ntba'canrse; of investigation } wholesome and eldom do the"Inhabitants'pat a, a* far a* that place -th us saving. in the'.distance Southern and Western. fI otr ef,
'j try.and the'prosperity'of tie city of our abode,I end those who may wish to obtain Commission l d*/without seeing the Sunv 1- from St. Augustine 19 Sc-Msry at.feast '7SoovenieMin: tr t,\ ;.
., w*feel ourselve called upon to take oar bumble, (or.the examination of Witnesses'are respectIfully The'Orange' Groves;:'which' used'lo, be; the W miles, Slap* and Farr; Boat will be in immediate iMajor Jack.Downing,;

'i part ia the disremination. of' those 'principle, requested lo apply between the hours of 12 pride aad charm of tit Augustine.aw.recoverlog -. operation for the u commodatioa of .10. Tale. 'of Romance. .
which'will,'as w. think.;ia)our own eSreamatan* .and 3 in ijbe day during the absence of the'Judge from the Inert blight of, We shall a* pas 5- lllx Listener.*vol*.: *i

I cot,* be belt Calcnatatecl to promote tbo commoa of the Superior Conit to the Clerk of the Commission ':gain, end *oon,have orange} and the beauty;of .seugers.Itms7Oril be necessary for. those pereooi .19.; -liea1 ae.iaiJ t' ..

bapplnera of ear people;and too render, our aa* ,at the residence. of the Judge in St.Au. .the landscape cannot (alto be,improved, when, wishing to take an interest [o observe the name 14. Tile of the Drama.'' '

I I nexation to tb* Union awrvkeabla to the cause of gustioe. ; ... the Groiea are spread thel'-wiU. be, from the/ 'pf those.who' have:Iread] ,engaged lots.in:the 15. ]6. The Wept of VVUb-Ton-Wi.b.2' .Olr. -
I PopGlarG "rameoLi .Withthis view,w* have ,The sa ae facilities will be afforded for the ex ,ancient city.along bJ sldeeofthCSt.Sebastianto town of St Johns, to be assured of the firmness e. 17,'18. Stanler Baxton Td. ,

I deemed It proper to unfurl at onro the leaner or .amiustioo of Witnesses,and the'.a" information : the Heights'of St.Augustine ,The situation of this i project and the ee ialf UtI rapid moo- 19,20. Discipline. voj, '.,.

1. bur political faith,and to'aunonnee the principle* give" as if the 'Judge were personally' present of the new town,'affords great encouragement cess, .A commodious hotel w' .be apeedil com-I 21,22. Live of Banditti and Robber nla"i:.
I and objects w*shall seek to attain.. .. tor. those who sh 1 become proprietors for' theeultintiou pleted, good wharf and s'schol house, and 23.1 i Scene in our Parish- .. .
:
,, .'; We anitt advocate ,.ho RefMctm Friadpfaat Commissioners acting under the appointment of the Orange the Chinese Mulber church'erected.- St. Johni bif'en"'IT"adYaD-" 24.1|Falkoaer, :'

I Hluttrated In tlie administration of.THOBU of the Judge will return the depositions takenby ry; and tropical and ether fruits," illS to settlers, as also-to vi hers: The Mulberry 25.'Trials and' Triumph. y
Jirrxawm and iu: 'doing 'this* we'devote ,onjv I them to t to Clerk of the Commission daring the To lad to the vala, of this property,; t here tree, for the culture of 1 ilk-Orange> 26, 27.> King*,Own, 2 vol*. .

,. selves,with 'all'.*!,to the support" and mainto .absence of the Judge. # are neverfailing mji/s 0/JYvs* Water,, of superior Fig trees=Grap./'O!yet, and the other useful 28.29. Domini Legacy/ vohr..
r notice or the RIOBT or TB* Pcorife ''Believing The Ji die takes with him to 8tJosepbt: and quality;and free entirely,from the taste of 'productions of the earth,'cin: be'.calt ted here 30. Belinda : "- "b

o. that the rights of the taste,:aad the inter. TalUhatt ee those Claims for Losses which have Lime or any mineral flavor. as.well as in any similar itnde.throughout the V 31.32. Scottish Chiefs 2 vol- s .

f eau permanency, of the Union, maybe best, been.sir ,witted,:aDd be will occupy "every moment With high and dry, 'aad commanding loca world. Placed near the ei trance of one ot-the 33.|;Rnrality, ; "
i promoted by a scrupulous adherence to the letter that can be spared for that purpose deciding lion, with a lovely prospect,with a* much salu most beautiful streams.in tie; universe, the advantages -, 34.33.' Private Liftf,2v I* g ,
( 1. of the CoDIt LlWoD-w.i.IbaII.yerluiJl'DpOD a aqd forwarding then Washington.. brity as. moua' 11.'IeK oa could'afford-there of this i town are Mculiarly eminentthe ..(Frank, by Maria Edgewortb r
,r., strict''interpretation'of that Instrument ;' :and. The Secretary's decision, on the. following being no reason to fear agues and fevers or the river is navigable fors tamboats upwards of 37.:Life of Black Hawk
shall aid In tinC the exercise by the Claims of fever:which k/ awf in leaf nortdpotiiot. 38,Lecture i in Prussia { 'r
., while we Itl f or fuel 1812 and 1813 has beenteeedyed country may two hundred mile, into it a m very heart of,a fer*
Federal Government of, any power cot express* by the.l.aad e. Claimant, or their Attorneys j : With ample apace and capacity for ,tile and aalubriou country, which doubtless will 40 JAmerkan Songster, y

I ly delegated,'U dangerous to ,the.right o1.be, desiring information as"to'; their Claims, the production of the. orange,.'mujberry} ,.olive (u soon as the Indians are removed) be.thickly 41.: Bongay Poems,
" 'State*aod freedom-: the PeopJr" we shall .be can obtajic H by calling at the Judges residence, I and almost all kind of.fruits, herbs and flowers *.settled;where 'numerous" wns'wUlbe'' formed, 42.[ Baron &I D b.aaeD. -.
equally prompt to discountenance l"hctiOD.1i1' between the hours of 12 and 3, 1' M.,when it with an immediate proximity to' the Harbor of whose produce must be co veyed to this natural 43.1 Law of Etiquette..' -
, .. the Sates, of constitutional authority.of the willbe furnished by the.Clerk of tbo Commit !. (Augustine?' the': furthest point of the .projected depot, on the way to marke s.* This favored spot 44.| Naval and Patriotic Songster .,4
., United Stales as dangerous ,to the .preservation lion, ? village befog not more than a mile removed I will be the remit of fashionable and invalids 45.1 Ambrose and Eleanor".
1 ef the Union. While the Federal and Stale Governments 1. Tb i Executors of,Don BartoJo do c.atrtl from the Sea Wall;' with a stream in front throughout the Union. It nay be worthy of remark sir 46.| Siubad the Sailor,; -

= are confined to, iheir, appropriate Ferrer, recommntedj !abounding the.finest shell and other fish;navigable : ,that St. Johns is fai remote from Indian 47.18eeaerofAnierietiaWashh; +
I 'S spheres wo have nothing to apprehend. Net 2. Th i Heirs of John Lawrence,recommitted., for steamboats and ,offering ifsc1itles'for district, and that the mo eain bai ,not left ill 48.1 Burton' Comic Songster* '
ri &bet can depart from tb* boundaries prescribed 3. Claim.of Philip R. Yonge, disallowed bathing in Ibo ash Water-the' proprietor per. print within mile o! this place for 49,50. The Old and New 1ortd,2 vol.. I x
0 bell ,action withoutjeopard1, Co the liberties 4. Claim of James Fnlanr, disallowed. ;snide themselves that their.enterprise ,deserves Thewarerfordom many < silo. use in St Johns years, 51,52. The Polish Cbief.,2 vol*. '

and safety of the People. 5. Estate of Alsrgarilta BCYJS SapUna, reject' to succeed and trust it will meet with the atten- 'past.is excellent,and numerous inlphuroiis and other 53j The Lib/ary of Romance. ; s'
. Ia vindicating tbo rights of the State again.t .ed." : ) ., .', tion it merit found in Mol Roralitjr \ "
mi.aenl.pri are neighborhood.
Federal encroachments, we shall be.doing set ,6. Claim! of Pater Cercopoli disapproved. :i Donations will be cheerfully offered to Religious The river opposite" abonn Is in fish pf the choice -. 55; The Cabinet of.lh.IO'1,

vice to the cause pf$OoTOxaa,RIGUT1. Far t be 7. Clajim of Andres Pacelti,disallowed. Societies ant Churches, and tq a Seminary *! quality and ol a superior kind can 56 Sketches of Turkey,

v 1 i\\. i it from us to cherish, unneeesssrily a feelingof1 8.. Estate Manias Poos, locommitted.i of. Learom;.: be obtained; frou o'en no ire beds within the 5758. Richelieu. vob.
; '. ocat'diatiactioa&bo'lbe.f1I"loftbulweud. i i 9. Claim of John Andrea, disapproved. Application for the purchase of Lotsmay be of,two hours-tbo'wioda in 'tbireu 'are 59, CO.,The.J'odern Cymen vole' .
\ nionish u* tbat the South must have respect to 10, EJ ecutiix of the Estate of Bonnet Segui. mado.toi\ F..L. DuCT, oral the Store of P. B. well.slocked pace with deer, ,w ild turkiesand ether .GI,63. SeIf Control. 2 vos.

kcrtelf tbat she,maybe respected eltewbere.Identified .- .approved. ,Dou*, in the City of Angustine, where 'a within ,few miles the Plains 63- The Three H'utorie,
'in interest and position, Florida mutt 11': Claim or lush Acowta,Adm'x of the estate plan of the.villsge i left for inspection. game which-natural savannahs a ire fiord Diego for 64, 65, Ducipline vol*. .
i
share the destiny and abide the'!fortune of her,i of John E.Tata,recommitted N. B..A number of thus Lot ;will soon be hundred feed cattle, and of the range richest many lands 6G 67. Sense l Sensibility,2 vol.. w
neighbor republics. We shall.therefore regard' 12. Ei ateoJobi1Atkinsonrecommitted. Here for Ale, auction. 1 ue 63,69. Travel iu Bokhara,2 vol.
in East Florida are in clow vicinity. The front
it at a paramountduty,to give our zealous and ':1. E) tate of Dartolo Canovat, recommitted. 70.71. Refugee it America rob -
lots in St.Johns are 100.f ict from River at
especial aiJ, such aa it may be,iu defence of the .14. Eiui* of Roque Leonard!, not approved. Public 'JYottce. water contain 86 feet front the 72. Col. Crockett' Tour, 3,
righta of the Sours, (rom whatever quarter they 15 C aim of Tony Primas, recommitted TO ALL whom it may concern I give pub high other; they lots 10) feet front by 105 0 73,74. Owen' Voyages.2 yol. 'V
: .. may be invaded pr endangered. 16. C *im of Peter Trope, dissllowed. notice,and do caution all person,interested deep ;a are by i 75. s.6. 'Yekric., 2 voU. l,
called the
17. not to purchase from F. L. Daney ahd depth Th ripcipallt it, Avenue; i 77. Gentleman in Black
.We-are opposed to the bornd heresy of ? 811' tateofJohnTrisynotapproved. ( the of ,
lC aim"of James 11 n. Janet Graham all,or ef the fER! 10 et ; through centre wlic 78.' Indian
MTioii.. In all its shades and degrees wo shall) Arnau, disc lowed. any part promenade feet vide, to be War. ,
,
19. & taco or RY TRACT;or Height of St..Sebutian and rna .79; The Nun.tO.
Christopher ; .
.:f <. r -- duouncft it Under whatever veil it may seek Lopez not approved .
Orang Bay tree and
,...t- :, to hid* iu hideous deformity, wo shall endeavor I'O. t ute pf John Ponce dualJ wed. all or any part of' Six I Thousand {Acres' called AI&aoli'1.Wi Cea. Park I Travel in South An1er ea. e
.."; '. :: i to .conrand expose it, llUeubjectweball'' 2I. E tate of Alberto Rorero;disallowed. BUENA VISTA on the St. Johns : *nd any & street bautirul enrrens t connr. 81,82. Allen Pre.coU,2vols. ,
\ front
-, .. never treat In w auiedtotmand especially] is* 22. C aim of Catalina Lopez Adoi'x of,Andrea all other laud iq this Territory. ,; and any and ali will be ''or upon a lmiar pi.Jpuble row mU;of Paint 83.t4. f5# Delphtoo, 3 vol,. ,.
'
it one which the SOUTH taj I'ulld.ire not' Lopez,i lUallowed. Lota in the City or'St. Angnrfinerwbkh said meat 86.87.88,89. 'sal Bla,4 vol*.
treea wharves
upon 23. Claim of Lots and Lands.( the Height of St. 'Sebastian NO : excepi Tng win be 4
45 be ittdbnthronifleteif at or tender. 'V."ytoonrll"rchern' Henry Hartley, recommitted. except allowed nearer than one fc undred feet from the OO.IJ..1J.tor1Ur.Enta ld.2 rot...
..L ooi sentiment of veneration for our;, 34. E lUte'of Jane Atkinson, recommitted.' ,accidentally or designedly 'left out of the river. The whole town b laid out inclined 92. The Crnaiaal:Calendar

put and common' history rem.ius inspire you, 25. .C tim of Charles Sanchez, (a. free blackman "mortgaf, are more fully demited'. in the mortgage plane reaching an altitu !e of on an feel ,93. Arabian M ibts. .

,",,1; c.r you have inherited one park of that good (cl.: )'recommitted. on record, given to me as Trustee of my, commanding a good .view of .buuutr, the, 9495. Robinson Cia'",2'vof*.
23.$ Claim of Gabriel Priest children, for the purchase money by the said 96 97.
lowsbip 'whkh once united our father., if you committcJ. lots the ea. No Peter Sim&".. 2 vols. .
higher will
have respect for the noble Conxtitution'of our' 27. C aim of the Adm'is of the Estate of Fran- Dancy and Mrs. Graham, and which'they refuse overlooking the of the e.peOt 98 99. Midsbipnun' Easy. 2 vols. ,
by r
:. ." Government, and hold, not lill.1lIhe bl Mings''' dice p F-tia, Senior, recommitted. to pay. But if Mr. Daucy will pay me, a* be is >b spared Johns Proprieti and property 10'rende. 100. The Pirate &Three Cotter,
M.J
of thai Union to which we have been taught in 28. A iu'ra of 'the Estate of George Fleming, bound to, the principal and interest now due on is allowed fora pic nreegne Church and bealthv.School, 101,102. Pacha of Many Tare,2 vols. r"t

look, as the best ,safeguard to the Lbertie of allp' recomn iilcd., % my mortage, and not tell me.as he has told 'me, and about 20 for 103 Jo.I..Jacob.r.ilbul.2YOr.I
a Park which (
acres public is
29. C aim of Juan that he owes me nothing, when I have asked him at
its part*, wo implore you to renounce your mad Leonard!,recommitted. thickly wooded wi h Live Oak 1U5.106.107. Children of the Abbey vol"..
endeavor The South can never allow an initerference 30. Claim of Sn an Follii,Adm'z of tbo.Estate for what is rightfully mine-U> -f$ft with her domestic institutions. At DOw of. irbina Fallis and Levin Gnnby, recom his selling. and making titles|to the above .the highest, portion of the orni '' tee.,Area and on of 110.11K Cousin Nicholas 2 rob. ".f.
she suffer the of mitted. lands F. Ji AVICE, Trustee. .tae.1, 11 t. Ivanhoe '
sacrifice can violation rights se4 the St.Johns COY l000acresthe by lY. Scott ;
cured to her by constitutional sanction. We 31. GUImof Susan FoIUs, Admix of Arbina St. Augustine,laJ 12.1839.. 33-lf- whole of which property might >r e built if requi- JJ3 U4. Memoir of a Peere**. 2 vol*. I +i
; ''stani'entrenched upon outright and no force' Fallii.c i iullowed. ItEM red. Persons wishing to n ska extensive upon 115. The Young Wife'. Book j :
OVAL.IL. Orange
i which does not annihilate us, can succeed in :tZ.C aim of Prudence Plummer,recommitted.; cants .116117. The \Vaier,Witch.2 vol. i':
33 C aim of Susan LYON informs the citizens'St A II' Mulberry grove*; provided with por-i i ;
I' ; to submit to with Ilarph"Adm'xof James 118. Arabian
bringing n* any intermeddling Entertainment
lions of land from 10 tc 200 acre*. I If'
Canhent ae an j the be .Vano 1
." the of our local We disallowed. V Pnblkgenerally 119. Sketch of
f I policy governments. regard titles will Illinois, ;
rchaiers.Terms .
{
; "Ye .' it exists among us,to be a nioral and 34 C aim of Peter Segni,Adm'r of John Se* .tgui. i has removed his retailing Dry Goods and Fancy ty of given top 12>>. Feraah Biography, I.
I .' all wed.. Stere to the horse belonging to] Air. I ) acco nmodating.S i
the Perpall,
:. :.: political cood-ia.banuOl. with nature of 121. The Books Heart. ;
.
mao In bit present state-sanctioned br the universal 35. Cl.iiu of John Ashton. approved.* fronting that the Da y. Jie also begs leave' to inform Flrordr particulars WZLCH,'at amply feu Johns to the, Proprietor Gen. 122." Family Pbyskian. ,II'-<' L i
36. them be hail just received 'an additional onto
Lnzaro
, practice of nations in some or other of its Ortega's Claim, approved* P. S. SMITH.: Agent St. / 123. RobbinY Journal,. \/ rJ'U.
ugustine. .
i et I shapes-and justified by the precepts.of Holy 37. Claim of the. Adm'rs of J 01. Floyd approved assortment of staple and fancy articles;;consisting .- Treatise oa A tronoI !I It
; I I in of Irish Linen.Linen BLOCKS LO Y.'
,
I : ,V lit. These .v*'ser r opinions t if lp. differ, part Diaper and Table JND ENG.GED. 125...The Tor Hill! .* ,
39. C aim of ,John Cloth, Muslin de Laine, assorted Uob- Lot. 1 J
1'' rest in the peace which j'pn r own exemption from 'f Winjnti, approred. pattern J 126. The slystcriuadfidok. =
,... has imagined sin.will yield yon and leave us 39. Eiutaof Jose Pcdrode Burgos,approved? inet Laces Plain and cross barred faneyMnslins, .in rd mitb..e 127. J2S.. Eugene Aram by Bulwer, 2 vol.
t ; on this subject, to onrtelve And further, we 40..Claim of Philip Weedmao, Sr. approyed"I. .* C.mbrk Dimitty, Black and Creen Lace Veil, 2 ,)Ielr: (eland & SimoDL ,, 129, 131J. East &; West.2.vob." '
,'<:' hesitate not to say to those of the north.who enitertaia of Msrgaritta .Acosta, recommit ,Black and White Silk and Cotton HOle Linen I 10 Cleland I ', ISl"Garry Owen .

.. '. and, 'would 'eneour-ge sentiment as ted. Cambric, Madra and Pongee Handkerchief. 2. : Aln.Ni I.i,5. 132,, 133.J34.; Binaldo Rinaldlni, 3 ,..
: :', Injurious to wur righta and interests, come holies, 42 E tale of Sarah Petty, disallowed. double"and .inJ.Ie'w"ked Collars,;, Kid and Silk I Aln.'m I > 135' Memoirs of Grimal!.

'' t, iwoog. \%. rwif'nut harbor'traitors in our 'Without interest. Glove, embroidered Tippet Mennoand Broehe 1" : CoL lal ., 13G. 137. Bravo, by Cooper,2 vol*.
j Silk Shawl, black silk meld .
:. S' 'C border You can bring with yon no equivalent Sheeting and ii" Cola 6ws.: 138.' Mackenzie'SOOO '
Hotel. Receipta.
'-?*?- good to eountervad the evil of your opinion City Shirtings, Ladies and Messrs. Hood; one trunk ,,7" 5 Col.\V. ren. 139. Naval Mocnraent .
I, We the MosoroMr THE. Undersigned French Perfumery, with variety] of other articles 6" 5 Col.Vs ;
;1. ; are opposed to Krtair,:or ; 'f. respectfully < rea. 140. ..Combe!
Constilution.of
Man
It is the grew enemy; of Democracy. Looking infornis his friends and the public all of which he ofiers for sale; cheaper than 5 .. 6 'CapL y. 14 f. Domestic : ,
Cookery,
to the ftssrcJ gft a* the only criterion of what generally, that, he has leased the ever for cash. 6 I.'. 6 Miss and Muter Campbell. I ." "143.. Prolix Letters

{1 : i is proper, we, shall oppose the grant of any elf above named establishment,which ,. AU goods bought'it ray Store and not being 2 I 6, Mr. Tra es. :. r : : ..{_Ste ben Borronghs.
i.,: clurire pnvileret not m\a teatl1lefJlllred by the will iu future be kept by him in a manner, be as they are represented to be, may be returned I" 15 lIt F.t atck. '"; : 145, Jack Lawrence
'; public necevMty and advantage. The passingvents ,trusts, tbat will give satisfaction to all who may within twenty four hour r,and the money refunded 2". 17 l'rBig _. 146.:The Blind Farmer
.
{k'. '. ., '. 4 of the.day show how, immense a pjwer is favor 1.1.|ni with their patronage, and to entitlethe ; and I don't charge 25 per cent 1 5 .. r.t 147. FJizabeth .

\. exercised b, corporations.. They"ar* weapon. ,Hose j tu retain the high repuution hasso Jan.,28. 1838. 35tf. 7' 6 Reserve ,: i ]49..Visions of aircdo.

It in the baud of the Jtttof Poutr espablo of being long sustained.eiamin C. M. ROWAN. \1 IN THE COUNT COUIt -&..JohUCoaaqr I 6 R" ,' ". $' ";r 149. Alphabet( Botany
,; i1 i ;,wielded with dreadful effect in its warfare St. ua.tin."ao.IIi39.. / tha mutter of Be lcuo'Notice'or" .3 ,!I. 5. .Reserve r 150. 'Lady of the Lake
.' ," ..J with the PndvdMg Paver. .So' far'as they aro Rafael Judme,dee. ., \ discharge 6 Ie 5 Reserve i. r' 151.. Abe lino of Venice
',,, .. convenient and useful should Inhibitsnto of St. Augustine and its ANDREW of! .7 I .ne". O. .V
,they be allowed, TJI JOHN one the Testament : rOWa. 152. .',Ie;WikilW,
a. but with such checks and guards, that they can inity,aro re.pectCuUlluYlled to call-and Executors of the Estate of Rafael .Andrew, 8" Re.D.' rowa ." # 153. Witthut WaHaee.

i : never.oe converted from Insiitntionsforpublic a splendid variety of dec.,'haYiD'adja.ted the accounts,with the heirs and Js.,J35. Pkkwkk Club,2 vol .
WATCHES : Chen *
,.J: '..i t ". accommodation into instruments of individualaggrandizement. f .; JEWELRY- GOODS. AND FANCY. assigns of said estate, hereblliYei notice, that imme-j Goods for Cn.1 only. 156*157.,Legend* of the.Library,2 s el*. ,
'
1" They 'detigned to b d.e: 1aftu the expiration of six month from the grate ulto. 'or the ,
:;:.. are asr The ubstriber hat received THEt3ubeaiberu the'ciDS I:,359..Yesterday in Ireland,2 fol.. -
t. :. ; /**, not f*Ike foe who clutter around the money I jolt from Charles data hereof, he will apply to the Hon. the Judge :of, ai d the city 160.'161. Tale of
I my Neighborhood 2'fo1r.
,;; ',. ; t:tI: : cbesta,bat t. (4 rswlsiig of harp \end wb I .ton.Gold Lever the Court of St. Johns County (or ia full and final I of St. Augustine, Jacksonvil e, Manarifl. and Black ;162. Live of Odd characters. .
.k. ,they cease to subserve this purpose,.their existence Patent Gold L'Epine, English, settlement of bis.accounts with said'Estate, and for. Creek for the liberarpatron ige he has received of 163Wilkiii ;
*'Conduct
French and S..iu WATCHES. &Burr'
:' I : becomes alike pernicious to the public in* I bid discharge as such Executor. them, and solicit attention t< this 'adTertitenient d J- Conpire;

;, \! : I ,.'.., terests, end Inconsistent with. republican. ,princi Cream Silve ind Table and BOWLS Tea SPOONS ; LADLES i St. Augustine, Jan 2. a hare of public patronage; >r the present ears Fin 100,167.164163. Liveof Robinson.Celebrated Crusoe,?rout.
' Sugar ; Sugar TONGS ding the Womea,2TI
.
ples. ; city overrun with Ira osient trader, be is c'opelled'o
; : 4' W shall milch'or our attention i Rice SI 'OONS, and.Silver 31UG:. In' County Court-ST. JuilNy COUXTY do a cash business enable 1' 163.169. ,Water .Witch.vols.'a?
the to
::. :.;.1.' give io AT CHAMBERS only .him' to
fJ of iMraovKMKVT in Florida! JIWELRT. eope with others, and be' Ice himself .
: : object IiTHiit. pie to keep s oh ,
: '.' '." With such advantage ef position, and facilities Fine Ear Rings. do before the said
and Di mind Court '
t\-. ,.... '.;,:..: I / of for construction pablie :improvement, wo canuornrga'With too forwardworks much vigor!' Gold..and Gill PINS CHAINS and RINGS.; Silk Guard ; Coral to be held at the Court House appear in the (City of St. Augustine less his lino than of any business others, m and this wil :ash ity; them wholesale'or I' low, if r.not il. 5 For. Yew g. GeRtJe"p '

: ,' :;!: Bntwhile wo encourage enterprize in this Gael!, Neekla Knives es for; fruit Gold Keys; 'Gold Pencils ; Silver on the End tint there Monday,to Tender of June full,as and* Court'correct ofdinarythen OrH_ gouda taken from hiss ore to look-at .and not 4,8 tattoago.., ,J.1MI1SS .

,; 1" ftoderukea. with aa honest design to be aecomptuhed : of the' 'and ef ill tha account returned in. twenty four hi urs,.will .b'eonideredsold PHILLIPS respectfully informs. ,
And
a. great variety of other Good, too receipts expenditure Estate
we sbonU bo careful bow we embarrass in which ,and an advance chug< Ion: hem 25. per, cent. l.''-parentsefJnnagCentkme.waderlyssxo!
they have under
aterou* to mention F. QUINCY. may severally their, coo '
,; tbeir success ty a multiplicity of i incorpointions, St. Jan. Irol. Any person wishing credit nnct expert to pay more' :er'I'. ttnl .na will open ber Kboot o. llbt W,,
ti' procured as is"freqwatly the ease, a*abasia only -" Ajugtutiue, 22.1839. 35. Given under my band at the City of St. Augustine for their.goods and bv calling'at bu 'atorc'-thef can day ot ltisreb next.at.her.ieaideac nele" IW;

;,t' for vpcratk-ns. of'stock-jobbers.and,specula- VI ',Y AUCTION STORE the 4th day of April, 1339. .' St many articles for half pr ee,by P'YIOI the eau h. Boy*.-and that they will bin tru _ton. E. B. Ulortmentcoaa..tt in pi rt of.Dry Goodv Fancy ,:Rntdmg.. Writing; Arirainetfe Grtarj+
We bare adopted the mono ."ll' 5 Subscriber, having- been GOULD. article, Ladies! Bonnet ,
TH appointed Jitdft C. C. St Johns Coal Cap, Shoe, Boot marandGeo-raphy. "Term*,fo peri:
t. 5'J.. " I .... Prieei.ftr ,...the City off St. Augustine;begs leave inform the OTICI:.-biz week.'rom,tbi date. I will nearly everv ankle called UE' numerous to meoton,' above four insertion*;d.end the but f.P-f"::.:

we have five to the eaose if the Poo Pubs jpenerallf, that be is now reads to receive make application to the Hon.:the Judge of the having received from ,, York, Philadelphia, went tn Mr.'G.-Li PBtuir T

,.,JI ha,..e .XHM>tH,4 M ..d lTCittiei1any.wrotpbave .. aor goods on consignment, either for public or County Court of Aladiut County, for letters of Admi- Charleston: and several otb :r-place an extensive'as' 8t. Aa&UtI.. V.... Js:19. ;
awe .d iuhe MCMW| private kak, Iff will aUo'sllcnd Public Sales utrationon the Estate of Saml. BFitzpatnck.kt sortment, and will epntiuue '11 receive i by n.atly
but jUtMejMtd o-ore... "wiUp.tiootlyendery ; j ie all aD] .rt of UCitv, His long experience in f said County t dec'Ji arrival goodaovsriooe dedriptibgnj which shall every be .IN' THE COUNTY'COURT Dt.J..a.J'{ :

the 4Uiici>f Cl''utD. .Aa Attempt Jravefer jt( that liii i if taM eu. tor. upward of tbirty'years, 'THOS.-B. ,HTZPATRICK.{ told, if at cost He does ira wish to pull but have I itAeiMttir'ofthe i Estate.of \ 'N '

.&D\I t .beeute ,> jstill making fiir+ -- be bopjs will amble bio to give general satifac* llaerb I. 1838. .42 the public to',come and judgn., for themselves, ;before .Geo.8. alit duG .S IFrerJ .

: '. and,wbyj..&. eCI.dared Lobe impartul tioo. OTICC.-Six weeks after date I will apply t they purchase elsewhere,as they 'can!' save their mo- v.A NDREW ,D., }YOODAdmiDiagatoreftl. !

and,have uotabaodoaod ihoJ'tafU. Jilow plea Jill plat Aetfion Sale* will take place every the' Judge 'of the County 'Court, of CclumU nay and credit too.JOIJN\ J. IIEDR1CK. ',. /3k. tate of George 8..Motto,dee hersky pv''a*j
daw bu be.n '&U veiled at,us; bat alms far jfE ids y if/& weather| if awl, the nxt fair day, County fa Letter'of administration on the Estate'o tice.that immediately'after th*expiradoaof six
RtUIJ. ,
wUbout,.. tWheUierjve aieslill U>kit before 130 a intended for A fiop be Syrup; ;f Cordials. '
mud scot in GABRIEL C .ON.'late.ot said County,dee. ? from jtb* date hereof bo will apply to tb* irpaJof
4 lis suiting of our.o uue<.wjll depend upon this eWlt. ,.lei J |* LYON, lOVY CASON 3 CASE Raipbrry Syrup, '" ; the eonnty court for Dos"eeqDty, for a W .
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';iWpJe-ih* people,In who_ cause.> fliur.tjunUrked ; .. hclItHlU', ROBT.: BROWN. 3 do., do.. : Brandy, final settlement oem icconnls wjth tit esUw1*.!

: -die peCptuwt. ,Mrillpioieclu l *'beciuwV u6lutdncr. I:2:3,35-' "( : : Columbia. Co., Fa. March 23,'1830; ; r. April 5 17,183V.do. assorted .CoirdUIa. For Sale br for his discharge;as,such aJmuakarator }f f
: J t T -I I ; '; ,B. E. CAl R.. CO..I'J March 84.' 1839. '.

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