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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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 Material Information
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: July 5, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 08822160
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--T-W,enaa* -* contracting f p I'bliSh ent ,';h a P ress iii thbcity;. .- V *,the former whom V

in parties those which''might 0iot0: bo grant made inis| purchases,, or signed Many iSu'ibers,"to I Res.01t4'That these'proceedings i be signed by; very industriously set )himself.at.work to agitate
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companies orin'its whicht i-J.nppcnd d a stringof resblutioWpassoiat the Chkirman and Secretary published in. the community'"with
: agents, acting la its name,or authority, ] his character in one hand,
any preferenceto importations mac own :aTeuA ublic. meeting, b .thV:llth} Sept; t"Jacksonville Courier and.Index1 Jackson.. .and.liis.knife in'the other to defend it." After1'
.vessel*; or,in those of &*third pbwe .8 8iiiwhIchthe1Ierafd.is V illO4bQr.Watchfl'Dd'flOridifl; "'Taj. three : I.J ?!
made In ? over thosecontracUnjj : .. 11..#..;iipdividnall Jab :. e, D "a11d'Be ubUcanr : days' hard.t labor, aided.by:the" tinkling ofalittiebcliJfo '
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&. ,.'.1.'dcit.. r:vA11Qf\1., : -r./: '>; twe territortes .r. uS d;n pfchec(c r t'"i9; ._ t:1tell r"'I.w Shln : .. 'fi4: td consider. **.business of great urcciuigbrcltizcns importance .
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I ?)V XDtu.tmat J CCozrnn. rcQ"'a.Ne.. ofVftb ,, nnage.oroCTi; ; ; o ys $?These.resolutions.'are Tds t follow r: : : ili4";' ";i jq: -"f.-j' mechngdo- adjournzi- ," to the community. The meeting assem. .
,tioq between the United'' States of andIflMaJcstythoKfngo or debomibation which'sfiall >I : .t.-
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Pv11c !b TIx& "THE. VOICE OT;TH2!.. : 'L k, t'J HN RYSD .Ch8iimaitt: :bled}some from curiosity some to
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; r pn eye.ry ,. 'o Vl"" '.. .,;,:,..- :, -,. V sbnal
-ud'lf""'afT' ndo WCth:4* : nayigatiohrexceptthat whfc h"they have (one of the mosfnumerous and'rrespectabla -: ;;pique, while,the agitators managed mattenftheir -
.; .on:: the.twenty- second.day- reservod to"themsejyes,respectively, .by thafillh Meetings'eyer held. in the city of St Augustine :.4 TJiiS Mtragui4rid so (rid ll:: ,own way by inflammatory speeches toxciteeopj&

l of December, in'the year of our Lord one ihou2sand article of Jhb"ART rcsenttreaty.j *P114 Floridara'majority o(the citizens being present,: cencyd ii S" h dC'd tteniPt t,cri_ .. prepared, to.do'. something4ofgreat'.irnpprtance. .1 I Ii.
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tight.hundred and, thirty. seven j jl yhthtrct7bw4 ; Yu-Ther bhalt not bejablWicdin: .convened;:on the llthof,September,l tf,-at tho hCqUrtuouse7Vthe r ), individuaira't t.it blow{hail' Its originin; L LIce ." }1 der1"th1S state.of ,
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j' for word as foHowas.... ,; '. *". the Kingdom/ Greece,;qpbii1;thb pjoducta of followmgpro were l li d -l great' struggle fcrjncfptei j"hJ the '. .
1)f1l.r1 Commerce and,Navigation'SdicKn'CLe thQ.soilotjroaustry, of the;IJnitcd i Jtates"of fAiTnericcr / in regard to-certaiapublications made mUle SLftitfMtiii0 rf *::jJ r I even j 1 :negroes joined.in the hue.and cry" .
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: : ,ttI'8JIztc"' of America and Hit'Majesty the ;any prohibition,or rcstrictib iof impbrtation l :>Her ld'f./ the QftinstiS& ;$3 preceding'the ; against! hie f a negro belonging to .Gen. Smith,

,,' E.mg f.Grtt. : Ii or,exportation, npranydutics: of any kinds i/J.DRTSDAi* } -iiij&i;,*3i''firw e m-.,> tothaConventionrJM: d Senators;aad'RepreschtatiyesjnHtheiLegi3iaitiye f:: on ,being'asked the reason.of'the ringing the V

The United'States 'America- and His Iajcsily : denojjiinationWhatsbcver, wnle such'prohibitioatcstricti -, ,an4 3pnry' ,c..C EI'. !iappgm tn;. .CouncilIn.tbatdis:: ; ; beplltbatjtUw3toyyMrGojatthe 1 # ;

thtf King*of Greece;t equally animated with 'st bis4tupbnrticI& of a like nature tho The" addrsed ;jri-r :: x -' irL*i----i.-iJi- -. r. was V
cificccsfre tho meeting was di t ,
mairttainlug* relations'of. grwthotthyotheicountry.V T x.'1 r by t! i; h p D ; o JQrnl(1; organized two negroes.at: workat'Gen.. .Smith's.

:."good fiubsIstcd understanding which heir ha\ hithertdso'hnp" ? And4 'reciprocAITytherobahInJnftod; ; plained resolutions by several and gentiemen whe'nihooljpw.1ing tnii1kcr- ,. a Civii'!JVh se:communi: house; on hearing::the ,noise of the assembly, '
bctwcel\ | respective'States prbceedings'wefe7thereupon .
f.a of. extending.also and consolidating tho conimcr-. ;, [lished itf States pf.Amcj-ica, 'o 'th&pducbftiaoil had and adopted without a dissenting,v ic<.' .cation ae.zcp9bliiedbelow;'r.;and.1 ask the i: :threw"down their, ,tools,joined in clapping their 1 V

f.I .adntcrcourso-vbbtweeri them;. and convinced f or industry oftof3recco.nypohibitLonpr ; WhereasV a'Vriterin-the-l:: st' HeraldTBnder: public to!judg 'whetijtherQ; Jbc: any personal.c hands,'with. the exulting cry of **they've gained

.that, thif object:cantwtT'bcUer. : : be")accomplished: hof restrittion.ofvim ties 1,the signature!of:."Peace-maker' ,'!cdlb upon'this, allusio i iii the1cemarksornything calculated I the day-they'ye gained the.day l" And I have -
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Jy.ud9 tinS:1hc; system pf an entire free* MMJ community : necdfu I pre'cautions rais tumult autiioriz "'
dom 'of' nangation; and ,a L ordenomination whatsoever,' jnless.such I toprnent the intrpductum'aTnongus'vf.ffiepernicious ,t? a? .- or -the- sentence- pass,,. since, been informed,several negroes andvmulattbes -
perfect-reciprocity,
Irased'upbn'pnndplcs of equity,equally bcnen-L prohibitions$ ",-restrictions, and duties, be likewise !' ,.dangerous, ana hateful subject ofAboli? dai" "' >- : .. <, V .: }- :.were.I lookers on. These are spine of tijooccurrences -

.dal.to',bo ,coUntries;haveA'ui consequence..p. established" upon .articles :of like* iature,. the tionismf and then,.insinuates .dark.:suspicionsagainstupersons .:." ':- '.:-. .iI', .f. -&i'i'er.. '.. .. out. of'doors..: At th/i' nice' ti g,the '
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ITI fjpeed'toj'cmHt :. toScgotiatloaa for the',cohclu! owthcfaiiyothetcountry.V' !:. ho?the'writer, "'"should. V MR.. E1)IT01: Two 'commmucatlODS'in'. the.l resolutions,. "**'cut..and dried,";from the V ofGen. '
Moat' >f a treaty pC,:commerce and'navigation,: (TO te amrfnufi) i be looked,". aridthat' ''means should be found": last Cojuror( and: lade Signed **A'Subscriber.toyouripaper .'Smith, as I fiIyVlleyra5; pen and; J

and for that purpose have appointed PlenipotentiaricB to correct themI /. : '' ** / !: \th6 :other"Quivedb. ,".!.induce me i 1d. ;. !
: & The' president of the United State'of: -;: THEfENGLlSH, HAftTI V'S I. And;Whereas another writtTin the tina Her-' to. offer a'few rcmnrt&. V. : '" "* ** ""'/ y passed.The.1 committee-! f appointed by them I

JUncriovlAndrew"Stennsont. ;Extraordinary Thdir;great national'pctftiou isJ o'.milC and aid, under, the signature of*Civis" insinuates ; .I understand that the'authorship. of these two; waited, on me, .and. demanded the author 6f I

and.MinlstEt. Plenipotentiary of the United L. 1JXK yards l InJcngth: aridhas; m mon'and a that them:ore those; ambngus:wjio' come' herd .articles (as well as others that appeared sometimece' Peace-maker-/ortS. I (em&nwaib.6.ini ; I I

States near the C6urtr Her Bntanic Majecty,p quarter of signatures;-. When, ; rolled up it formed : :for tMlw'Jtatltm.'of[jheir health:or.foriheenjoyme'rj'pfourcooland ,S1 :: j Vbur'Taper: ,under the)signature ofOoodFaifa r ha.lf.an--hour during" ,which' 1 penned" ,art J.

I ? and Ilis Majesty' J the.King. of Greece, Spiridion I, 'cylinder,of about a yard, in di uncter. and ; healthyJSummers our.a;V i' Btockhoder'&c.; ) b ascribca by pub- answer, in which I stated in substance, bat 1 ,
Tricoupi;; Counsellor of i tt4tat on special Twrvicc.' three'yard' in circumference ,and lubfwus climate, who art tn3etnoring"to::'inierfere.uith Ilu suspicion, to an individual rccenily' settled '
His Envoy Extraordinary Minister Plenipo.I. that eight t.men were/employed, ,to" :akeitvitKtho. 'so Tieavy; our property-rthat. fanatics. end hypocrites are am6ng r s'and:' 'interested lathe affairs of the had been informed that some developcmcnts had :

tentlary,*icar the same;.court;.Grand Commander -, .fr me.It is: to.be brought into. .t ie Housi. f. t/-lisingmea&to depmeus/;'? nndthco a ''Ba k..: cannot believe this. without very strong: been made,which it.was deemed necessary to

.' of the ..Royal Order of the Saviour, Grand I Commons on \Vhccl: .bn Tow;" V '1"/: < a"tcoe to that man"vho has been the cause nounces'j| proof;; tb:itppcast me, that all these cbmmunicatio I lay before a legally constituted'tribunal'and V
'Cross of the American rder of Isabella 'ei1 '.nnd edsto admonish him .. bear the of ..
the Ca'tholic proc to ;is stamp an unquiet; litigious I also that I: was authorized tho t
The Convention Chartists author of
of the 1 by
who, after having exchanged their full l(fEd npiritstirring to himself and nato trijte idth that portion rtJTbur spirit, i nd' are much'more. likely to be.the pro-. r Peace-maker "
Ii 4Xvcrsfound in good and due form have agreed t 'nd rcss to the. 'pcopl ?,, declaring: i property," and concludesiby.assuririg 'him .that auctionja of some disappointed politician,than ofois to state that his remarks'were

Ii'i' upon the jllowing articles-' that almost,every,vcstigo of tiicirpo iticalright3 mild as our climate is, SL.Augustine icill ,be too'. '.zeal and pious' professor of that religion; 1 intended as a general admonition ; that the quotation .

*. AtT. v The citizens and subjects of,each. of r has been lost, by the mysticism of'] /gislation ; hot to hold him." VV E Which eaphcs us-love towards'all mankind. "every throb of my heart &c, was taken 'i.

.the two high contritcting'pu'ti may, with all L and' ending" with the Therefore'Rcsolred, That wVhavc'me hereto' 'YsVbc ver'may be'.their author they are'certainly from an anonymous letter, published in.apublic ,
;security their persons vessels and cargoes, .followingrOP9sitions investigate and Ascertain ,whcnicr,those"thing? .. to myview, as "licentious" as any thing the '* V
freely enter the,ports, places, and rivers of the which certainly look "squ\lly.'v be'true-for.if they are,"it becomes:our duty as that has" appeared lathe Herald from the other I newspaper at North,signed P.SL S. V I

territories of the othrt wherever 'foreign con. Anxious therefore, to clearly as certain the men,'as husbands and fathers, to bring light side, aid nave engendered and kept'alive.muchbiucr.tostility.to which would be re-published in.the next Herald $ .' .

'vniercols rmfJtcd... They.sliall.be atJiberty-to ojpinibns.and det.rmina ion flihep;ople in.' thQ'fchort I' the man who In basO'YloJauon.oC! ..the laws thc-l3ank. -.r. .. J.'. ... : ''_":-but beforothsdoneitinethrrtlfa; V
'* oJ nrur rc5lde"' kill lifts whatsoever"ofof St-pO8sioIO'timr: and. doubly anxIOUS,to] oOaen_ .aVrand1:6l soeiaXco; ) pat is";'se? : 'Vhyi; ;nl r,nus i1iG unprofitable strife;' I'iJItcojfoitherO1utioIH' siouIdbc- -furnished"" p3

said territories': jtd rent and occupy houses I sxuro th Ir'righteous.object bloodfc:i arid stainless -'! "cretly preparing for tho hour, when tire rapine* ,uf-rvr Is continuo 1 V !The Bank certainly should I me. This is the substanc of that letter, nearly '

"and SCl for their! commerce, and they we respectfully submit the folio- ring propositions and bloodshed shall proclaim his demoniac tampering be con ent ; they have in their.profits,SOLID consolation .as I can recollect. I
was not to take
shall enjoy generally the most entire\ security for your serious consideration :. with the very elements of our destruction for; tho universal dislikb of the people permitted .
nod protection in their mercantile transactions That all the simvUaneous public met tings, to beheld -and to take all proper and legal measuresto They I t ave successfully resisted all the attempts; copy, although I repeatedly.called for it. .

on condition of,their submitting to the laws. and L for the purpose of petitioning tie Queen to' purge our community of all such persons. of thosj inquisitive persons who wish to know Gen..Smith, upon hearing our answer read, V -

ordinances of the.respective countries.ART. call good men to her councils, as w< 11 as at all Kesohed, That these imputations of an'offence how tinsel profits are earned. acknowledged the authorship of the letter P.S.JF.

ii-Greek vessels arriving cither laden subsequent meetings of your Unions or Assocbtions'up the most heinous which can be perpetrated If thy]have tailed to'muzzle the press, and I and made a speech, in which he endeavored to V

or in ballast into the ports of the United States; to,the 1st of July, you'submi the follow.. in a Southern community, have been wantonly put a b idle upon the tongues of the people,they explain the of the obnoxious V
of America, from whatever place they may ing questions to the people there ass :mbledj' : l and 'u.gelcssly.made 'becomes.us to mark nave be ugh or can.buy, for themsel, a press,V away meaning I
Ir come shall be treated on their entrance, during Whether they \vill be prepared.at the request our stern reprobation of the reckless attack :upi n vyhich nothing shall be admitted to shock the phrases. V

,I, their stay,and at their dcparturcyupon thesamo; pf the/Contention, to withdraw.all sun w of money 1 on that which an honest man holds'dearer than nerves of] the roost ,sensitive moncy.ebnngcr.Th Meanwhile Mr. GEORGE L PHILLIPS admitted V ,

footing as national sols coming from the same individually of.; collediccty 'placed i C.-Savings' ; 'lifo itself-a character for truth, honor, and intcerity y I I avp vented the' bitterness of their hearts the authorship of Civis:" said he alluded td' '

place,\vjtb; respect to thb'duties of tonnage,lighthousesTpilotagc _banks, private banks, or in thehahds of. any per. !I ; and to expressbur heartfelt regret and indignation against the Editor of the Herald, and'doubtless Mr. Shadgett and pointed out the evidence, a '
their I i iYhethcr -that so f':11. should fajl will"Snj receive "even-handed from
hostile
.j. and port charges, as well as to Jon to just rights ; upon justice, V V
perquisites public officers and all other char \ at the same request,, t icywill be i the reputation of our city. j an **in ciligent jury.:* V spc tablc gentIernan' who signified his presence. I !

gicsi of;whatever kind denomination, ,levied jn i preparejd.Immcdijitcly to convert all their paper'' Resolved, As the first step of ascertaining the Yoiu) friends also,Mr. Editor,Should be'satisfi ...Yet the leaders of'the meeting refused by I

the namclbr to Ihe profit of the--Governmcrit money.intb,gold and silver 1 truth of these high and fearful charges, that'thisV d ;'ypuj:have agitated question'until: little their act, to,enter into the examination proposed

local' authorities any private establishment L'. : Whether (f the Contention sJiaU d terming batn"MCrcd Meeting do demand from the Editors of the 11cr. more c in;.be said. East Florida,hasfsaid,'"iilangus c ill" their first 'CSOlu oD. 'Without 'examination, 'V
whatsoever jmd'reciprocally, the vessels'of the month1yill bGneccssary! to prepare the nldtho'.nnmcs. of tho authors ,of them, and of ]jej j not to, be;;:"mistaken"r"T ZBE SHALLJE'A the"
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"United States pf America orrivivihgcith laden' millions to isecure:; the chart f of th eir political. thq persons pointed at-of the accusers and ,the. :1ETOBM IS'.npr.,1J.L.; : ( C.STSTDI:", / No; 'upon mere denial of the'parties who had' ,im'plicated

or.in ballast into the ports of the KiDgdoni of i salvation. Y,will/rwJy abstai i from their accused; and that',a committee be immediately. candid;.tq for office at the commgclectionS.hns' "Oieiiuelres, without suffering the people .
Greece, (from whetever place they ) corajv labors duririgihat;; period, :.as well is from' the appointed for that purpose. # the lea t prospect'of success,'unless subscribe examine for-themscltes, they hurried thrOe the

shall'Jio treated, on entrance/during may theii' 'usc of all vlntoxicatingdrinks! Upon the passage of the.3d Resolution Mr. to;that doctr}c. After you J.1(1 memorialized. IV. resolutions published above. .The leaders had me ; .

stay,and at tlieir departure,upon the.S3mQ footing .': V Whethei,' according to their old constitutional GEOCGE I* PHILLIPS acknowlcdgelhimsclf the ,V Cbngrt ssjand the Legislature upon: the' subject, condemned without a.hearing,'and_ down I
o%. national vessels,com :from the samp 'right_d :rightHwhich modern legis ators would author of the article in the IIemld.'signed .,* CU 'yOU m.: yjSafely. leave the matter. J in tho hands'of put eveI I
place,,with Tcspect to"thqlonnago.light houses I, fain ohnihiktj -they.have.prepare 1 L themselves vis"-disclaimed all intention to wound this feelings yourr presentatives.." -., .: ryztttempt made by some of my friends. to defend i

,,pilotage and.port charges, as.well as to ttic'per* with arjris-cftfrcenierif defend he laws and. .of any person7and atcdtbat he.d sigri d V I be ieVc' thaton'mahy points, bbth'sidcs a- .me. 'And this too Ui place where they had V

/luisites of.puph'c officers,and all other charges;;I, 'constltvtioh&.'fririltges. their ancestc rs bequeathed only a general caution,.and. named 'Mr. SiusrOETT :gr ; oth dpsirbusvof! brinnVIndiaI, assembled! to.do,justice! V

x>f whatever kind or'denomination'levied in;the ''tdlTz.ernV. V of"thIS city, as the'V individual pointed at war.tc] aclose! I ; 'n itherYish thp;; Territorial46be ; ""I,was: ,refused a copy .of the proceedings,both V

..name pr to thJ( profit of'tho Government t the lo- Whether-: they will provide ther isclves With by him. Whereupon Mr.Shadgett rose in reply. exclangedIbr'a: State .GbvernmenVjn bur 'the>Chairman and the, while
al\xulh6rillcsoir: of any private establishments/ Chartist: candidates,so as to be 'prep ircd to-propose to Mr.'Phillipsand in vindication of:himself; ; denied [.prcsen' "cnpplcdjstate, and Tx>th, Ittni3t >a.in-: by Secretary; at

.< .\ho.tsocyct; "-'I .' ".? V them far their representatives it their.next, the truth pf the imputation, declaring' it tb i tercsted tno.general-advaiiccmentan'd: ,prosperity the Snme'moment. every, effort was.taken. to make..

,.&- :ral-All thajt may l be: la 'fqlly.imported general .election; and. if returned by. tho* of be false' and slanderous.. :: Y ; *CIn I }(!vourx
'. :into Kingdom! : Greece,"in'Greecvessels) ; I,,. hands, such .candidates to considci themselves .pursuance of the_ resolution: the fbll6wing enemy, attacking us within,:n d"the.: fanatics of ,for.publication.in the Courier and Index, .

I ,3nay also- be thereunto, .Imported 'in vessels ofhe.P'nited veritable representatives of tho pco )1 lo-tQ meet ;Committee was appointed.the Chairman:' theJfa th'fromwith6utsurely; all must see the there printed.in handbill. form and put.: in'guarded .
of America,from whatc\-cfplace the' inLondon at a .lime hereafter to be. .determined -Dr.' Wm.ILSithmons, Thomas.Douglas,; Douglas policy if, being united amongst ourselves",How '
unav come: without''uaviniri other or hiirher, dnorchae on! Dummctt, Abraham" Dupbnt;and: David R.DunhamEsqrsi. much i lore. :"profitable will it be to follow,the-advice circulation; this city, appeared as paid advertisements

; '-,'of m-hateveir kind bi denomlna. .Whether they will resolve to.de I. exclusivelyleith ''. .,. V : '' V oft our friend of'the Courier and Index and. in two"of the New. 'York"papers; ,

tioni levied! in thotamc, ortbtheprofit'Of: .the Chartistf and in all cases of persecution, The Committee' having waited upon the Editors I .to employ ourselves'in' .planting.the'orange.."anmulbe d. yet I could not. obtain a. copy" ntil' it'came tb II '

Government'of jany-,prIvate. establishments rally around' all those who V may. si Her in their of the Herald: their Chairman reported that Onoftho &; y.. J %, -' : '. niojiydu> ,course of mail nearly a week.after.

'whatsoCyer.than if1 imported to 'national ves- righteous cause 1 ." Editors stated 'that an answer to' the demand If: we must have s xciting topici'then let I herp in dnco 'the'letter P. Si S, with tho V ..
'1 ..C1lIoo whether, vbjr all and every me ins: in their would be given in half an hour. uS.uniand.take'all needful precautions.to:.prevent .
it And reciprocally,fell that maybe lawfully im. power,. they will perseveringfy co tend for.the j .Thb.Mcetmg accepted'the report of, the Committee tl e!.introduction.ambngst; us of the pernicious comments"of the'i Author of **Peace-maker.' ".- .

ff ported into the vessels of the said States of Ame- great objects of the people's chartci and resolve ;and thereupon: resolved to suspend{ur.I ,: dangerous, hateful doctrine'of ABOLITION They spC k'. themselves.: '
*"' vessels from that no couhter-agitalionfor a less m easvre of JUS- I ther proceeding half an hour.V !SM-,fcb said there have been within the V .
rica in whatever places they From the 15th V"V
> may Herald of
Upon the of the half hourthe Com Territc who av6w that throb V Sept ;
r. -omewithoutpayiag other higher duties 'or lice shall divert them from their.rig]itcous objcctl expiration ry persons etery of V "
of wliatever.kind denomination, levi. \Vhetber the people will'determ ne to obey,all mittee again called on the Editors. the Herald their.he ifcsju favor of'universal emancipation ;. .ToAV.FZoriJIIerak : .J. V

Ie.ha inthe>ameor4o' tliQ-profit, of'tho Govern- the just and constitutional,request (J majority of and the Chairman' reported and delivered a Written if'so, they*should :bo'looked sto; I Would not SiaI received.yobr-noteiq which you stated V
: the local authorities' or of private es- the Contentionl refusal to give up the nameof-th author..ofthe' hayes ich "meet with a correction far too suraniaryfprk'coxintry that the name of the author of .PeaceMaker 'V
any V
J; ikblishments whatsoever than if imported in nalional After these simultaneous:public meetingsthe i article signed .1'eac ..makeI."*. V i ** : [ : :of liberty.and 'aw3.'butmcnns ,".h S been demanded of you by a resolution V

\. i iAir. I Convention :will hold its sittings, when by.its deliberations y ereup n the following Resolu onS were u- should be found to convince them- that of a meeting held at the court-house on Tuesday V

,v.-All that ihiy be lawfully exported it missionaries, or otherwise, it will L nanimously. adopted : ? .' the,nv iwal of such'sentimentf" is.not consistent last I contend' that 'there was nothing in
from the' Kingdom jof Greece in Greek vessels J endeavor to ascertain. the opinion i on flit these Resolved That the Editors of the Herald having with thersafety, happiness ;br prosperity\of the. that article to cause any excifenunt; nothing that ,
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also exported therefrom in Tessels of the important questions; and haying husTcarefully refused.to give to, this Meeting the.name'of cbuhtry/'. V ; could be V applied to any individual excepf he l
United may States of America )vitho paying other ascertained the opinionsand.deu rminatioas of the author the communication signed"PeacerMaker 1' .have extended 'my remarksfurthertlian. I chose to apply *t himself;and nothing.to authorize .
or higher duties or charges of whatever kind or the'country, immediately after the 1st of.July.it ," thb'Meeting feels .itself constrained to intendedif you can find 'robmfor them, for the demand made on you.

denomination levied.in the,name or to the profit proceed carry the 4wUl of.the people" eix-i declare:and do collectively/and. individually 'want. 'of V -'another. 'signature, you may.call me ,I understand that the callers and principal V

of the Government, the local authorities 'or ,of ecutlon.. ... declare the Plorida Herald to,be a LICCKTWTJS ,V .t ; It.a ,,V. : .., PEACE.MAKER.. "- jifc&K" .." managers of that meeting, were individuals of'V !
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private establishments ,whatsoever, than if Rcmember,4brethren,6ur.motto !is Union, Pniand'E ; Puss, and a.PoBLic'NuisiscEandwholly,uniworthy ;: .- the.Bank party, notoriously unfriendly to your 1. I

.any exported inpntional"CScls. den e, y; by these com to,',wc.hal} the support 'of an.,intelligent,; virtuous, :::1"& ID :Go,__ :;:; anit.be'possible'that'any press and politically opposed to yourself and V
reciprocally! ,'all that may be lawfully win.'the peoples charter, m des Ie of the peoV ,and peaceful community. L V- .:*' j individual'coming here.for the renovation of his friends; that after assembling, without examining
ported from the united States of America invessels pie's enemies. Hoping that you > 'ill steadfastlyand Resolced,' That Meeting in.justice to Ibis. I health or for enjoyment of our cool and healthysummers'and any o(the.facts offered. to them, they proceeded

ft of the said 'States,'may also be exported; cautiously observe, this mot o':we- remain, an"intelligent;peaceful;and virtUouscomm1D1ty.1d 'oursalubrioua. climate'should. en. to'pass a set of cut and dried resoutionsofainost .'.
therefrom in Greek"vessels,without paying other yourfeithful.Rcpresentatlves.r' V exceedingly regret the publication i .the" Ie- deavori to;:interfere .with'any jpf bur property, furious cast severely censuringyour

higher duties or charges of whatever kind, or x ?THE ;MEMBEES): 'TEE OVZNV01. raId" of the 6th inst'and pronounce its insinuations more i particularly that.spedes- property that press'and correspondents; that they have'sin

or.denorainatign,levied in the name or to the profit ,..', ..f'i. : .' on tiiesubjectnbw''underdeliberatibntobefalse fwt&. and hypocrftes..4yeImight add, mur-, e. been rciPc.ctfnlly'requcSted to furnish you 3
of the Governraentythe:local authorities,or of '". A convict.vessel is shortly expected at Quebec,. ,scandalous,and wicked misrepresentations,. deretfanAUcs add hypocrites are using every a copy of those resolutions and have refused to
private establishments whatsoever, than if to Wce..the patriotrioncrsLrcxlaifliflg; in For t calculated to check the prosperity! ,,and ruin th$ means{ deprive.us"qJIt: s-b9.weycrso; : rumor'V give.them;although copies were voted to be sent
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exported any national vessels. !' Henryt to New;outJ 'YJd'T.' best interests: 'of: the city: : \v .-. \ ;? ', :. ed be.Voebe to.that. man who has been the over the country. .
that V the;I x *- "' *. i'V. .- A V .Resolved.That,while wo'willnofsuppbrt aZtl J. 'ause'firoch'a report. 'Let him look himself; I 'Tosuch men Ipwq DO civility. Whenever 1
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ID1r'' J mg 'rBHurXJ )> ; .* iabitsit-who"'considered a. Southern vial "omies'atlPn g'"dathAtv..ed_ .abnut.the; ir'ae ms aike;. i1. laWhewas I "r

',, AT. rive DOLLAXS mAM. tlk'pATABLi.:. Qcno.i. toreviaJt-SaintVlugustine, .._', tsr'"He,l'tthe'. oraator'of M .the. I'Noith.=Citp .ndeeplyaffected 'vr itlt.a'senso"of gratitude; fBankfavorS' r the"...;,cd3i' '. itof.'thIs. 'pa.NtP.!, while to.those" '
,., '. Ab9L !l8o iTXAELTBfHiossrtwJ ItL, .._or*.', K : k.)bbi;:Dd hasbut'tine io :to'ehow' of to 'expected,..and"steered hk at&mitfat nearer ?
a. ) ," lit.One' -D!" I" : ft' GtVhat: : na atioRabfi'thing; -: 'lVtmcWix to passT\f i&oui!Qii, .Andsa we5 ____ eel aplait'Ittr''ptibluation; and perhaps our
warpu square. ittraoBeiiwhich.I;rabrtgagedj; to the-Bank J.
a .
I .
cearoK.tbe'writer beet Some
ef '
tot the first in" rtionan ,.
./ quid on*. Lonjeradvertieemeni : ... .remafldrhegroe t bejinadertipbntthe{ : ,,education of j r fqr nXk ;'Andaliua.wbil@ there is ev.ryevI: :of ; sOl
. ... ogee wiD be considered less than aquue: A'diac unt f ffpr.our cI the work l' eiraiici tloii of slaves d' macs oflus running,.d:n1'into debt and owing i .WBD&i; *New Yorker;another j ub- ; Iong delaying to. expose.

",raids to those who_. aVcrtist.by the.ye a r-. ,v :.. >.'?, d*. col .nIe 'in Afiicar=butJ forbeat.4' ]large' jamottntsj[ "the:1"". 'Ie of'loridarthere ii officer;;acommtsttioner,ldatribating rations conflict between abolitionism. and the freedom of ; ,

; 1%.ltui3ers nd lhatin 'vidtNwbo tooltaprominent ; evidence B. JkBdjr the iujprerujg'uAabJtants f Florida sinecure; the preSs In Florida .
1 fh thogofhis > ;;.a
'nu any
fb.r
; .1.1avowed'h
1n the HO
AzrltO gentlemen present"',lit that part It.the'author Court otthat; letter.:meeting' _.. ;i' ] oivnintothe! :countryTtfi6ugh'upon this.claim .was also a nmiltee-manIAnl And what.shall 1 sayof.tol 1.1': ,The.character- t'It'.oif J.our"paper;:; weleave to stand.. j

.. b y unawarepf its.real object V"Nc thinr't., f I the'ments Cr Us own. columns;but we in-. T f
Absolutely upon
) and to the public'I have the most respect. Ii r If;the,, er's beat! ooIongeV.throbs/ia favor 1 li.'founds his racter-foT popularity : .i nothing ,pass

I ful feelings and to them I most cheerfully state': of uni eiaahemaaapation-tfhe'is content; t. Office; wer'andlace; ar'h&t -"Uuam. .him by,as unworthy, noticei; and regret toTQ dulgeah. that it T will be a xvLuxez in the i
'That the bf was'to with"alachange: } ai itisand; ho longer wishes a *' ; *" ?* -r*"*" }of:1l.ab ti'onistsfta5hJJao.b. gambling
object my communication '' I bitiod-aAbroken-down I poUticlanoC;] professed said scpnouch;. r4"L eyes '
call public attention to the subjoet :of 'Abolitionism .13 tisfied that the CUUE..OF SUVUT.is Lliis- nativ@"sta T''have /Auanain ;al? vwhotopkVan active speculators, and ail who endeavor .tQ' obtain money \
rindlesen t : ; ,
S : a ( .
which /eared',, had been, or might no lon .a curse, 'does not at present prose J YhIg e ; tct ( ; ,
'-. be introduced amongst 'os' 'by :indiscreet; ';or cute:isJD'uiries ho w,wemust; get rid of it,then I twice defeated' candidate for a'atltIi Congress, ijartremainder': 'th'e-. p"roceedinWe. __ .>rneeting.: Tl e taiderf. G.. T '
:
,. visionary persons and which isubjoct,;I, then all jraust"place mit that-a.'great,:change'has"takeD'. J fca lefi his home: t
I I thought, and still think,' has,.not received Writeiof in .opinions,could"hich'not the public, and"thearticle I.it Floridda: -, jre he has openly prpfessed himself = gret;and shown_ihemselyes> inyjriends.I ; .. with individuals named,they must remember ihatMr.
) know.
:
i : the particularly) attention called it merits.to it by My that own' attention of Gen.:was Je- Notwi ding:his. "resolutions possibly bear towards j a vikig;"but now from;the happy.faculty he '. .shall :maw take :a passing :notice of the :JJUKXS M GOULD has a right in his own defenceto -

I cup's report to the War Department part in'which him}no malice\ ,and no one,will triumph :has of making nimself_N all things; all_men,"'I, Editor:.of the II Nrwsv D. W. WsrrESCasr, notorious abroad whose Ms name has.

I ho.states that be: had,beenFPP razed of. an.arrangement more in a.convert to southern principles or more' believe he will. profess. himself. .any hing,'when- 'who.has given':his endorsement to the'proceed*, been exposed to odiumfSfy drftmstancescon-

."* .' the Indians and the slaves, cheerfully TrWtafi nail aba as an*advocate and support- i L. '" '. -. . tJ He once: held C wYv > r '
L r"which the latter.wemtoj ia'them and,take.Virarms .\1 "
.a ... .1 t r'J -, '. f'.z'W. .. 'under the CbIoriisattoaSpc_ aAbolitiori'sTtsin .
; : : 1\-- *' :'; "
in '
bVvarious: articw th6BortiMf < _
\., I f-V I ,'*" -* > .HIaaT $ ait = Enr h Abolition Sister assume call but John Should.any friend of the parties feel aggrieved
.. :'"f papers;and by the':.well known fact,.t&ee'ngroes : I would :b1'l< an itJi; Quincy'Adams: '
of a .uspic1o'character,.twice:branded 'd' .' not; to.belveeethatthecaJ-p Emissary:who appeared here with! a,lie'in his himself*saystthey are'one .and the; same J thing, he mtLit remember,that though Judge,GOUID has t

as such.b:a.Grand Jury,are at large,and" countenanced kervrornif are i:AaoLtnoxUit-grounds -awing'-sane._ mouth iprofessiDg".hirmelf..preside L; "WbodlandCollege ( except rihen they travel southlIe' had an ambition. e-. no'connection+ o whatever or j in any way with his .

by some of the. community. Many ,'.District; of\Quebec,(j n institutionwlhichaihavebceninformnednever to be appointed. v not oCthat colony;;but did i paper,still that our families.have_never been sepBrated -
other facts could be named.but it, is uhnece*., .where, .J h t.f thedeep, :,interest!taken Inr the. ': and office "
: ad an existence not atiaoed in hiS efforts made .forth1f.Lurpose. our : being connected with the* :

", t"r.tho damning sin.of abolitionismeverap. matter by J 10' ip1i.negroeslia Genf3mith's. immediateemploy '. I ,) that man subsequenttq; >.the' pa. ssage' of"the a nd at1Co Flora .where afterrareotis; efforts .5unflyv dwelling'an attack'upon one member isan ;

pear amongst us, 'it:.will .Introduce itself;by I si. 'I .took ant' ch :notice of the'prticeedngs at the resolutions,:eras arrested Dd indic for:eieit- he slim ecd at taest gt on.o t th AbOlition attack upon the.whole.,The parties named,it : ;

lent and insidious ways, and unless':watchfully : { ing slaves'to V91 e,, fol1 factsTwere .resolutions.,ahdjrith theaid.of".tti. ';. rik'in get may,be said are.innocent.of the re-pubUcation of '
time us.I'tl siifficiehV and herei the matterwould p .- -
and it ought '*t && "j t "
guarded against nipped in its very'.bud : ;elicited lit tN 'exari1i'1stioij! : wiDrr- .> "News" the If rushed to be
slander.
of may bloom to.destroy, ere:we'are sensible-tha bay \Vended: ,but for theirpublicationIn ( : : ting.up a paper.for their aid and ,protection. they so considered it ,,.

K the air we breathe;has been tainted with its fata; the.''*.N ;. s.tf It .far now' due,to" rajTself my: ,, .'Tbe'fnlowirf ,copy of'the,teatimonies'talcenla .* I pass o various well .known, matters : .Vas theirduty to apologize ,to our family"and. '

; t.i influence. Shall mawkish sensibility, for ,the children nM friends Uatrshbuld 'take 'Sai>xiari's;, case'aV--the.October:' term 'oif and recommend him.back'to"'Monrovia to hot by:their',silence give their tacit' approval to .
,
family
feelings of any individual,'.withhold.from'inyiU ; month lur.nishaour'grosfortcalling edite the Liberia Herald.He' ntead '*. second attempt ..to'; prostrate our character
such further'notice of them and their h'uJ> Court, about one ajtertherneeting;' : ,may .apes, ;. '
\ : '
ing this and
precaution upon important subject! > '
him an'EDgl aqd, improve the negro,race there're hi*heart's .whiCh. thus far.uis c6ntm d unsullied in onr owncommunity "
how shall warning .be given, and public'vigilance the exigen jy; requires;. wbuld'here remark .'. contentV "* ". ,
t k. inducedr (y means of the,press 1 hat many* who. 'took part m;that meeting, afterwards : Abolition- emissaryr :. t :' )1.: 7 o'( ; r---. i -.- / Had. this disavowal been made, we':
,. > : These are the men who the'discus= .tv- i
The deprecate should have been silent
; i same rumor which is said to be alluded to flat Trr.riiiiJ; ,
.
the ,
it: in the communication' Civts had reached .expr ssed theirlndi8'lion at decep ,, ., sion'of Abolitionism.' These the' ,' -., '
t signed ; '.vs. f .1' 1 are "men .some, _' Self defenw is the,first law of nature. Aux,:
and Of "
tion' became
j'.1; my ears (although I never saw that commune PTaC'e.1P Uem, some L SLLDCETT., of them CirijrianVwhp:would' NOT '
'Av& good_, pious .con-. 7UTIu, aL 'The reply we leave to a dirocrAbolitloai
! '
' cation until I read.it in the ,Hefald) and"aboutl my strange$t:and_warrnjesffHends; and!woulc It' .
'
, I I r .&. PACETTT Sioont=Mt.,:nato An- demo as a nuisance,one who would '!his fellow WBLI co. f
the .
J,. same period I saw for the first time the a*rI 5: also remark that until the nk-men and'Abolitionists .
, DOnyTnous letter given in full below.I I : dreo'cursed 'a .black'.man at the bpJSO' of Mr. citizens of dangers from without.These: are, .", .".

I!' honestly land sincerely' believed 'the.writcrJ 'car: ie among" us'we*". hive...,.lived'togeiherInharnun Shadgett,.when Mr. Shadgett'said why.do;you the. wise,*and virtuous men tivhoneed. whiievashing .: '
, .' eC1"VJ -_ ; curse,the negro! he:is as 'I < WbeA"MAixn VAK Bvmr..assumea the
of that letter held doctrines adverse to Southern 'r good as yoiL) hope tosee' The "forget tt the whole need not a physician Presidential
views "Two rat articles the of Abolitionism .the day when.a white manlwiUjhave: to give : anti.aboliteon
I and Southern feelings.' With what propriety 'I' gen on, subject t 'that > the chair;; he announced his
but are
: had formed that opinion,'let. the public as. Connected with the state'or"the Terri. way-for a'black' one ; whefiball_ the, slaves"will be they' are jnclfcw These men. principles,by declaring tMt'.he'would., '. wactioano
:"', decide from the following sentiments emphati. I free and when a BLACK MAS+ >wfll marry a WHTTELADTV who are supporters of the Bonk, and its AbollUtiortWhlg3faction ,
tory,recen ljr,published in.thalieraldhave, aware'of bill for abolishing slavery in the District ofColumbia *
\' cally avowed in that letter -. 4{There were two.negr es.10 or 12 paces .These: are.the men, 'With + .
I',t' '44'VDTTBaO Orltt'BE.utr.F.A.VO THE.rlur.'I: kenedthc-. :. these, very men, '.who, having off; ,Marcellino;who was one',of'the' .negroes, others'.of the same.stamp at the north;'Ybo. ; .an' announcement which: many'ofbis'wannest '
'
.
\ tJ them tie of said to theothcr negro: Good will all '
A
leprous spot Abolitionism can r friends condemned
ant or ewwe dictation to
:If VKITEUAX
ZUAxcIZATIOL the chief part of the.pretended stock in"the Life@
not bear:tHe to be touched be:free soon'and.weshali;ask:a lute; ;no whech'hevertheless'was
subject uponVanc but
." We must look at the it is ; I Congress; a wise
subject. as' HOT. AS w=, favors. and Trust Co,. of this city.. It .is evident. .this *
'v ,COULD WISH XT TO BE." \ presume .t > dictate that ,my ,:piper in, the. This at Mr. /house- witness is 'I manly and frank,avowal due from him.toahe r
was Shadgett's was of who
; ,Company. composed. .. :men,., pretending.
*'I WOULD STOT, M OWN A SLAVE 'FOI' ALL THE South shall not speak,on.the. question though it at work there;for Mr.,Allen. :: to the' and SOuth in return for theirliberal and generous
to.bnng capital ountryiOOrro; w '
.
gamble
i, ." WEALTH THAT SIXEWS BOUGHT AXD" SOLD cOULD may be freely handled in the'firmest'abolition 'DONATO ..AOTM6S con ,--Aboutt two years'ago. and support? We think. every' northern man-who 1
on already
Tf property belonging toes, they
zAar" ,
, ,ER strong-hold in the)' orth:. Notwithstanding the witness'worked for Mr. Allen,'at Mr.'Shadgeu'a comes to enjoy the warm-hearted ,hospitalityof
Bur THE CURSE OF SLAVERY is noN cs./ require c'pleJge.or., of the "Faith,of this Territory
HOW OF'Jr.." effort to ci ish me .bythe re-publication? .of the with Mr. JPacetty; a black;man by the the' Southern States should at this time .
J SHALL
WE GET am 'to
aid
nameof Will ; in their nefarious schemes..
uri.wanJso
at (;Work, there, and ,
once all i
proceeding which I for
> ( now say, are excellent
i follow this
'' ; iampte.C
;.' From the Albany Evening Journal. William being J late in'returning'from breakfast Why this;sensitiveness on the subject of Abolition ,I a prompt
Sr. AUGUSTINE:, E. F., Sept. 1, 183.. false in max y particulars' )I will,come what may, I said to Mr. Pacctty, that black rascal has npt whenever is'mentionedVhy, when declaration .of sentiments; for not having

FJUETO WEED:-I have this moment received expose to ny 'fellow-citizens in Florida, .the yet returned,upon,which Mr. Shadgett came up, I I the most supreme respect for tardy confes "'

a communication from a young friend at the movements of the Abolitionists, whenever they and said: You curse the negro 1 t&j,.negro is.as state what the Abolitionists propose to do.and stops: ,:we consider the avowal of **I am an anti- '

i north which induces me to address you brieflyat of s ifficient importance. I do but com .good as you or /]I hone to see jthei day when a when I. endeavor ,to put my fellow-citizens o n abolitionist ;

appear insight of "rail .
this time. The BLACK,. will |be allowed their is and this a or a horse pond '
: ge.D.tlemanto.wh I alludeis MAN toj marry a WHITE guard as my right duty, why cry :
a pulmonary invalid. lie spent the winter ply with mr; promise, made a few:months since, LADT. Two negroes, ,Marcellino 'and George of,peace peace Is it'for this I am tribe denounced to be about as valuable as the confession "I believe l

II and spring, ana a part of the summer in St.Au- in my pros] lectus.Extra&from.' were standing about 10 feet off 'andjupon hearing a'nvfsoncevthe voice bf raised ," when the crucifix-&:held Up on one*de' ', .4:

Ai.-. .__.__ Mils rrnrMminh tirlitn.t'A'irhis ; '. 'Prospect) : Mn Shadget('nukc use of these expressions', as calumny and instruments of torture"on the other. Shad J .

rcqdcnce; in this climate: He went home to In ,main ing the.right.*f.thA-S" ."Inn.d- JiaroolUo,turning to the other n rgrot said, against me,and myself and family sunk,debased at the .
visit his parents,. and was to have returned' to etal l sestets sisals, w. shall ba doioC1ea.ice to thecame WellGeorge, good news we will all 5900 be free, in the estimation of society, and by such gett public meeting, declared himself no

Florida this month. But he writes as follows of TRial Riaurt. Far be it from ni to and shall not have to aska; white inn any fa-. characters I trust not .i throw myself on thejustice abolitionist and upon his assertion tJ,paper -

from the land of w steady habits" :' "The late cherub, unneceiiiriljr m reeling of local disiineiiod ; vors. I fellow citizens and ask the was ,censured-the affidavits published to-day
tribunal
negro insurrections, of which our papers are but the Mgn of the times admonish u. tbat the South | Mr. Shadgett Slid that in some country (name of'my prove the worth of this sudden conversion.

now filled with accounts. ,"render a southern residence mast here ret pest tO'/ -Uiai ah. may be rejpect- not recollected) they were try ing;,jtoj.make all of public opinion to pronounce my sentence. .. ._
dangerous, and will deter me from re eel tlsowber*.Identified' ia interest and position, the negrees tree and Writhe hoped to tM day I ask not their sympathy, but their JUSTICE. If. the.iddividtW.personally acquainted with

turning. My.,friends advise my sailing to Santa Florida malt bare the destiojr and abide the fortune Mr.Shadgett said, Ihope the viHaU soon To the views abolitionists has'always combatted r
of ; We shall therefore negroes .my''fellow-citizen ?, .generally. who .attended .
bet neigh or repaUies.
Crux and I think I shall ," regard be free; and I will and ASSIST to help them to I. them on their own ground,he
., .go' it as a paiam Mint duty to dive our z.Joualnd especial try that meeting, I would say,that their uniformkindness .may withoutindeU :
It gives me pleasure to assure invalid* and aid;such as i it may be, m defence of the rights of I get their freedom' because they are flesh and bone to me.before. and since, insufficient evidence icacy continue doing so when faraway;arid if after '' .
visitors of the state of this the same as a white and be free.
peaceful city. The the Scorn uom whtleter quarter they ;may,be Iou. person ought to tolerable
rli authorities are prudent and faithful and..u.TIll :ded or eudsn ;ered. Mr. Shadgett told me .would take'up for.a that they were a tricked" into the ado P a survey of the coast,reefsAnd Interior '

i' suranticY or TUB LA.Ws". is felt and acknowled We are 'opposed to the horrid heresy of AsotiTtosaa. negro asquick! as for a white man' bon.of resolutions to injure_me- .without an intention of Florida, he feels satisfied. that. what with, : I
the citizens who will countenance ,l In all ill shades and sbalL'de- 'ANDBEW BOBS Siconu Shadgett's the Bahamas side .
ged by never degrees vre Being at iJIr. on their Should of them on one ,and.the swamps on the' ,
mob l w. Invalids, &c,, are as safe here as .at settee 5t-;. I radar whatever. ,veil it mar.ieee{ to bide ,and seeing him engaged in earn st conversation part. any construe other, slave .
here S3 cl'into'aught property without! grea recaution.,
home. hs JiiJeoiis ,t efohnity- shall endeavor .to discover with Mr. Pacctty and AIr Andreo, :car. any thing disrespectful -. ,
What dreadful agitations East and Vest and and expose V., It is subject we shall onr'lreaiiD' heaters; I appro chciJiwhen, I heardMr.| Shad. to those who have been my'friends from boy.' will not be. worth a,month purcj fe he should :._ "

North and South 1 Are we,to.run riot as a jia- mounted nts,and eipeclally)Uit:one'upon which. gettsay that the ENGLISH GOVXSKXEXT had ta hood to.whom. I owe a lasting debt of gratitude, perceive no harm in here opposijRbr interest J
.{ion 1 Is oar government to subverted,'and the SOOTHE' ** Ytausdire not be indiTeteotoraoderi ken measures by which the.slaves would and principle what he base'r Bere ".; .
i ,1 We.s. y la oi r iinrihern brethren one sentiment oveuerauea f _. soon and with whom I hope to.livelong in,harmony.I opposedupon :
our laws to lose their supremacy! lIa ve warnMelt I fc 'eiar' and oommoii remains be.free. Two negroes,'Marcellino, ai d George 4 abstract principle alonqjyBcoL i
r. pait history here and : Downing
disavow .
distinctly frankly: the ante _
( ::and hoped that this peep.e'was' chosen of tu iuspireyo ;if you bare inherited one spark'of.that were standing by, and Marcellino said to the wrote "a1outll'y since ih Ie *
' t God to spread here and.,over the earth, the glorious ,.good'fellowi hip.'which once:nnited'our fathers, i if other nejjro good' news, George,this gentlemanis .tio. I have lived among them for seventeen' af would not lit'v"

gospel of his name- ,Every,throb. ';of>my>! you have' r sped for the noble Constitution of our an EftcusaxAir;and knows more about it than years, and during that time'I,trust they have had.. in Congress to hear petition!? read for the *.. '

; { heart favors the principle of M tmrvtaAL roux Government, and bold'notii6btlJthe"Uf ssiags uftfaat.Union the FLOUDANS or MBCOKCJLXS ; wx shall all be free sufficient opportuniti r:of learning'my chi; bolitioQof'alavery/ in: Flo.he,would have 1

orxTica ;" and, dearly! do I 'love,my own free j to wwb ch'we have been:taught to, look as the"best.safegoa without paying for tGJOintDaTsDALZChairmaaisala' them bjjcartleadswere' ,it!ppsed, the ,anti.
ter. Evcly'act.of. my life from .earJY1hood I :
native North and I love' the South too. It .la,: ; d to IbeJlbtrue.of all its par1.l..we tin. Dad
all our common country., But my head and I;pieta;; ton .r >//renbuoC_jodr.rn8d:'endeavors. Tna ; wyer"who was U before them,.and they can best say whether I I ple one advocateheraJT : .

heart protest against the spirit of.zeal without,!South can n ivsr.allow' an jnlerference'.wiUi; bernilaBiestie. -, feedby the; Bank to institute two suits| againstfor..lib have ever done one act' unworthy the hono ra 'I| There# is ;another ;.reason.r why Democratic .

knowledge that ui the guise of' Cirwfwnphilan.thropy .j violation.!Instill of lights.UOD':'secured At"ho"sacrifice jto, hereby can,"constitutional she suffer the me 1. in the sum of,810,000, each. He has ble roan,or upright citizen, a character which'itis I newspapers ;be united, and alive upon the :0'l

j"" \ publications, is deluging, having thoSouth a tendency with to inflammatory instigate the: auction. .V'e staaJeoirendied pppn bur. right! ; and residedliere:since; the' exchange'of ;lags, and my only ambition to attain,and-which,'!I shall l subject. abolitionism..@;}sthe,l ,new 'name,for;. \
force whi ch' Federalism.t
no doe.1DoalUlihiJat.j'UI. '
,can'soceeed *
i slave, to rc'olr-to arouse the worst passionsof ', in bringing",' itpea6wt\ to aojn'rm.ddlio&,fore : always use.(ray utmost efforts to.supportThe I Already te dividing Une. lain. .

1 his nature to acts of murderous'rolt entT: th.'polter"> f gar local governments.-."- We regard slavery 'f. :,, : : public's obedient servant, ''It. antliroidl. T'drawn, k many'of the tow .

:' 1 The master for self reservation. for the protection r as rt ei *ts among,ui,'io.be m bwraland political a sinecurewhich'ehould have en'gl en to one JAMES 5L:, GOuLD .county,and state dectow o f the north'and this :.1

;, of his wife ana children resorts, to,more :I good=ln' hft-tnonf, with Jha;nature,of.man in, his who bad done his country' some. scr T'leastin'hisownPeson ', or at t Since writing the above t bapc been'informed .will be.the. point, upon which the next presidentialefectibh i
strict and rigorous'measures: andupon the poor,:, present ,sut( =eeneuooed4bythe'=nben.l praelicnoToaUons '
helpless, unoffending D negro allthe'misery'ofthe ; .in some or oiherof-Us shape*-ana'jusUfi\ .sustained the}awn that Gcn.iJeterSken Smith showed a copY"of ,must. turia. Flbrlda to' bel sure has no> )

mischief falls. Ills few,privileges are abridged jed'bf I : the .P ecepts'of' Holy Writ*.Tbe.o' ire oropinipns JoH C.CLELANIV. .Secretartf.ac'alieia native these resolutionS'to'a gentleman, and expressed vpicej. bu| her influence' is nevertheless some. .

I ; and Oi, well may Zion'weep !I: ''The,system own eietnpli t j.il ,n from.:dfl"er.'rett this imagined the sin'willyisld peace which your of Jamaica, is an instance bf the proverb, "set .his News.intention" This of gentleman having-them advised published him against in the it thing;and we can do nothing favor.the presentadministration ',1 .

oat' .
of OKJU XKsnrcTio**; of the untutored negro tad'1eai? ton this"subject,,.to',orir eives. AnJ a'beggar on horseback and .''1j e came to Thisissufficienttostamphimastheauthorofth ;or towards insuring its continuance
in word of e
: winning they its way life to all and:hearts was;':wonderfully negroSabbath ;: further we hesitate, not;to say to those oTthe north. Florida l to get his}living by going a't plantations article "Many Subscribers.'* This, .however, unless.jvejlevote a portion of our columns

and day schools and meetings for public worship j iojarions who .entertaio to vur rights and.wonld:; and Interests_.h oab"atimeDU,come not among to boil cane juice for the planters, He now cannot alter any thing I have said in the, above. to exposing' abolitionism in all to forms;and bei -
: work' of I holds the office of BeceiYerofPublic M relative to their actors ; it was thuir duty to disavow sides it is .
tho emancipation :of:slavesor nv ;1tY.eri t not harbor traitors?in 'eur borders oneys under ungenerous,while our northern Demo."

our Colonies in Africa, so happily in 'progress Too can brio f.with you no'l&h&leb' good.. to :toaotonrail .-' the Government of the V.S,and dep asites.the their agency in the matter,if they so wish. : critic brethren are manfully fighting the Southern .
: under the of the I of, oar : ed, which they.have not done. J.. M. G. :

tho
promptings public opinion, and T op'miona.And '
proceeds of the.land sales.in'the Life ind Trust .battle to negleetto throw in .
our.approval '
I :;
calm
of moral and -suasion :
right all I .
religious -
1 .-!all suspended I- Nay more-the'*ro tQf-bit.teroeas ; as ti B actors' in this ban'.atteropt to,ruin .Bank=thus, by his, official,.act sustaining and T6ebfeasrs JO PhS of New York are to have \ general remarks on thin sub'"y. .

., .. ringing'u to trouble,"'has caused :'and dg rire my&mUf and ehildrra of their tc'editingthatdeeerve, 1'unpopular]nstltutlon the management of.one of the free banking insti (fend any one in Florida'we_ cannot irzmgi acid -. ; ..

;r{ blood to be shed,and for. aught we know it may bread, bav :jnaividuallyand'collectively sanctioned by his. depiosites., RumoroPen-month says.mat t tutions of of that city. It will' be recollected that candidly would like,to knowthe real eaqfe.Tbelfews. t
some the
transactions
r't, lead to tho horrors of a CIVIL wart and a. divis.'J ",.the proceedings, and still:continue. d o his bonds'are not lUfii although n airly two : of.those gentlemen in _
ion of.the Union Can this bo M the 1837were not considered fair and honorable by '
;spirit of
j .
{tl is mY4ut119 before Haa'th@ -
so, bring them the.public years inoffi ., District AtUrney/as the southern '
;
'merchants
: However '
i Christ Does not his church respond, ."Whave e we do not The HOALD is doted O
npt so learned Christ. These are my sen-'1 1ltiments and l tits: |nbunal judge:;,between ,us. ,I have the law directs, approved them!.He ha i dabbled know that in selecting men to manage the affairs the principles of the

as a man and I humbly'dar hope, a j fdrbbroetl5ngand I kor..myfeU wciti7.enS deep m"speculations, in the.uNorth City,"and the of a banking institution these days of degene present Administration, Democracy, atntl+baak.

: Christian I do not write them,:'if I know my i if beyond,which endurance 'ceases,tF accompanying Jubbles-and has built a mansion. racy,that their,characters. need- .be much regard bID anti-Abolitionisns,G7Il,+band' ,b po nw icht .
t own heart. to be of in the UiatPomt ed in.that eery.-Halt. Sun. as upon all subjects of
men; but I be a.not dew arrive: H CbttageThus heDelps Art th of a JUBUC nature it is our.
,. hope they do good, and, from convictionthat game true.the desire
a may a 1..shall wlth .Y ry :Josephs began.business in New.Wi 'oarou aadtxm ocr ourreaders. .
AbbUtionism How
bcgitt pztn.Sw SIOIH Bankand lot .
i, the great mass of Northerners, and Northern I ,Jheb City, speculations, York taut
.
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nine moofail iet ti : no capital,.except a pretence of being the "News is governed '
Church members, would think. as' I do b i oa'Ife: biree. atnd.thtrsGbveratnenttrhoneytsused, by its agents 'by reverse princi.

could they have as I have personal :observationof ,:?tor.;f the. a_and Trust//Cmpanyjtf this City'. to assist a bank which is laboring to down. the Rothschild's agent, and n afew.ynuis for pies or how far,Ha'object may be mere pulling .

i Southern men and things.' We must'look 1 1I and abroth r.
the subject as It is; not as we could with it to be.. THofPeterboroVNly: The worth tei cents in the dollar:=like a: pthm, better, informed 'to'!determine butjbc:
I I would not own w a slave for nIl thewealth that j ; authorship \TnoiAs_ +DoUGw. Dint-\AUorney; Director_ broken bank : ; -

k sinews bought.and sold,_could ever.earn.!* 'But ofjmostoftii>little;pelt.'squibswHuTh" havetap in..fasXife_ _and Trust Bank,'was' a.,meml erpf the ,norablemen, That's,. all; whTare" _they'. not. _"ho- ourselves eve cohfealfrankly.;, we nave dBCOver-

\ the curse of slavery is upon us,*'andwe. are,mainly heated'in bi j> fgiu ;th & ,"'(wJii newsfpaper cprnmittee who.waijedO1 us,:and by th.:act- has 1"' '- .," '-" '. -. '. ; ; .eel liulecommongramd.between us, and in ourretttatks

.indebted for its !introduction .I am informed,. ) ,'',if.i .deed newspaper'it may be caU d'. ranked himself among those" who an. making 'Alta', man.Yoi>fiare iid until to.dajhave.[ never mentioned even
so
to tho instrumentality of England and' some;of,[;is. .Cf comp te.iiidex of llitmnind)'against' confusion orsecoafotuided*? ,'ions fellow to ha mean, a fu- th>,nameof the paper. An idle djs (
shall many ;ahd ent i'his: opponent.that sha or
I \ the New England States. I tow we get rid J: .. I your. own _
: of itl ,By acts; of violence ..and.1 I00dsliedtj|oC- our_ most'pected. aM "honored fellow,- cite laid o..f.r to-lsustain' -. -.tJiese.'. ..'a&JZifumufs._ ''"Had. .hc.: *any- *dow.- _pw won'tfollowyouf___ __ :*'!'':*><"4"- **' -"c' PFsonalrtendffigonIy to make divisions more. -

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bi$1eet 9r. ., nijai" -r'A'' aesau. it" .I a.-,1t u inea "" ,, ,, 'f : "i :'j. j 1LLbsrecEdby lb. City Council until the
ttemptlhl.r .. u'Y,: DoIhcrrora1.iD ";':" few daIl Iuce.' f.lnquh'A'J' .t. ..i Pk.n Ril bad.'de' p mdiiotiavew. fj,to judge:frWtnea 1 AYe ale -HI. to state. that' 'IteEUn:.toat .Wedfrira' 1stII the Jut., forwdningeSfre.tnnuing .

t. .&e .::4 : tiet U1djflCY1ta1y MI? 'cid'atlaimsfor..lj'' hito h lCbJl h ,.present. aBundknccj";;*oinefwhiablopersonto. say. will ;b at Picolatal earlyin. the:'ri ri ng"bf'[the. ,. ;and rebuilding Public it to Sqaaie the height,by remo'of six uij feat the,so stoneWall aa to

h A. ,en&Uf J1efimtil nyn .,= 1D18'I'cLrid". ,w hadieeiibefore" theictz .he."J. d"'T', .>' ":'-. 8th July,to convey;persons[ sirQiiis oratteri.. .make the_entire width of ;h''atret eijrhtj, .feet.fiom
d dingthe' -

GOYernncntblicbk Vfr..PrtlnBrn'V :
0'; .pIaC. rnbyficU IIIId'MJ. '\ "i--, ''..to 1.:= ?ago,1and ,."We bVOfOiZfloflth3behCld. Judge'Rirbatalents ; Creek and that ; !c k
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..--" wna. "' _.._ ;: the7>fficersfa&nanand will at. :J.-Tbi."r I dtpoii itad with
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*"impI ::crecIeD.:" .. .,"0, ton .:,otW, now,aean,. on Ws.arrivjng hereto his raortiad t qein rwh' .".' .r'fo.tJ' 1.r." .,., ."manu., .,.;.vorth_ _; Ibrd|'every, facility>iirtheir'powbiy for the:rcrnOS '!; f P:t .. ,::: P. 8. IjU)1A3. '

t Eatrafly,Coudethtbeft hadt: Ueft1Dio ficatl 4_' dBtr asas" herreiiMLinea borroweaiftoneT" '. f.and. :'gentlemanly''.'dcmior. ,;.has,
," couMflunlty con entirely or'a scoundrel upon.w 1cb''L'1"&. t ,_' Dabl tation"e'f.to': -I---.Nt.V' ,'1.-JQ claimsvinformed equals-in k f '; 'thevUnion"r."i-* ,' ailedweekly'; f ,'.by.fr. .,anon.rt --' '1'.>ye are informed that Sam Jones'ca iel1ie Ao.'t.1. JUDk-lWClJANCEfty or E.'Elod '

of 1"'ywaa WafetAlU. 1IOcaui pssIbly-bav no 'Pe st tion'lnan Q'QftTcd'; ** **' ,4: "
colony .totaL innate deprarity hare thai the oeVereignllikeSo v
;, Wtti' ; still unjl ,Under these ( .Valuable Ora'.Howard "l* ri .
_ cnoughotI mankind,:to'W tha d'ce.he. .' I Judge to take them 801U1hm wm ton-M'' m:1Jutwho'1inil' iri'annJuoabartoaj pIe offered 10(ammunition dollars considered that his peo i Js- .:, "" ", ,I':5 >Bit for dirorce I

: hon bte:umht ecellcut D.iri th1 lt" into COD81 and at band ice determine,them; 4 : iaiii'ietUement ofL1anddn1nd quaepa'dolIareacb; a Pounchfor for flinuTAdrunk6a powder andS :.I'i AnnJfsncj floward .)' \ j l' .' _

of then'toldthe Judge that'when theyiWere lce& Needyanagreedyjjpeculatprs ITVapppRaringfroniVhar. compL nlD bill of com-
inrery indulgein hat -. J soldicrWho'stray'ed: .them ;
communityjand that
no a et .among they
minedihe says
led the
; that
, would mak' his litdes&na teauae.| 'said
.: .Florida' 'I.. "denWbe .full,, *nd'L.':-ppoi""JC....._: n\of\2, t 44.' l' -. :P11.com-"11;' : ., require a functionary of;'more plastic materm's have.hats. full of"money: ,and plenty' ot pap&S ('M.ryAnnTrsce*howard? id. i it 1b,:>City or .

tlon; 'though firm kjwr.own bpinlonBVjjro do not :: Kart the fact that thCJt dge was o litrimto4obIsdutyto -' '". .. ,and. disregardfulVfTtfe" pnncJple'of. cbm- iWeiwonder pankTand whether it-be Lifeau&Trust. S,}UIOn. ." :I Cbnreslon' !outhCatoliua. being without' the juri-i j _
i .that the JUDGEDsjhbuld thow'-mto yapCr''dollarf are,[diction 61Mf Court:It i*therefore
conceive that 'adhaloa ; : 'i le J -mine mon, decency? ; character of vaV :
top ot .repvdcWnf giver/for one : Uiiyer; 'in' & OaDtatD.Thai the said Jlarr An'n Frances do '1'.
I way?decide them agamstrbatpnlytoend evidence or'unjustly nin'tb, rears T B 'ft' *:;iEvergladesi Itw '
renmmjsacTtit ,
particular point our t conrtitulLany : pSirfldiniwtt; complainant's bill oC t
.fidtfi initeelf n
P ula ; ,
: that whi h! had,,bee so long : him J quite as'ntaZcst invtherforerf to loan filed MotiJy
other individual accusations brought:against they aptpcarto : i in this!! can ejon or before ihe finit cfI -
either. :a sinner or a saiatPrecogoiition i de1ayedandwhofojget t i'that."hope too long. continue their small attacks, t in hopes either :"Sart Jones .money upon n. the'mortgage', of tha I SepUtnUr next,.'or,the urn.,will be Ukea aa confess -

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dCfCrredrnakeththebeart .
.cnabtes the writer of thVnoto to ck. T,, .. loan ..
.swamps i.as to fto Lot, (flute:'the presi&it i t'T
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And tact to compel himto resign, by rendering his .Anditiatar'berbidereTb.at
feel npJndeUcacy in now again mark tho that the Judge, pnblicaiwn of ths _
of
.speaking jmH,man.;. forhaving upon this unjust"supplicatit n of 'Mr.;,raddockr situation top uppl tojprovoke his friends 812,000 a few acres at.the D outhbf: ,the Ock.' ,order be:made in the Florida Herald for three month

noticed! an advertisement headed Wm..ehodgeit .' 'hat woutapelol'JDh dttyrepafrcd' toJudge 'into.,.endless' discussion,by'endless replies,and .l lawaba.,,_,(lIebjf,they say,.the whole tract l..recedil.t the' said fir.(Monday of September fout. _

.;u. late.President of Woodland :'Coli Goul4'a office,and madaffi4avIuhat.Baddock ,d' sold j.'t.d5itst.'Augiitio.. : ibis 29th da; of May.1839.
=
had said then cry out, j3ehoid e party Judge!bow can out.Oht'Jia : l nO 1".ar\YMUNn .RlU ;}'
egoD.trkt of Quebec 'if Is.butl uejo; ini he would ."ghe little son two hun. v-et "- '* ; s JrSBg-rfeife* A 1.
j :
"L..tontWt mmUnit' t :W, ,"'" ,""" 4*, .:' '",..w. '7 .0. fotJRjv .'1.pedewben our thSIpU1eeOnIGbeOrO af'JLtlce1" c t f1j" ).ts S f ers. on E.rB.GpUtDSoiieitor.r J SQPCoart"Oi.tE..Fr'. .\ b _
7. LnOlaw '
00 e }: ; ; ,
Reid '
"l r :FortuDatelzf iudge ,) \I : Atra co6yK.B.GfDUS.'ClerkINTHECOlnNTV _
R" '; nt rir' 'iM ,.. !1 tobt1 to appearbeforelidge has-been say djrbm thU'lastL dilemmaby\; : [The:professor canjnalce tt rain just when he I'

Cither In thep; trict rQ.; orTprbTince'oCLower ,,1. Reid'Mnwd/ the, neitTcrm of,the.SuJerior jdiscretibn:: of bJs* friends,
Canada Could it be shown that. I ,Court in St..Apgustk, there,leforcjiim, I' i. diacharre.TTOHN '
Shady rather 41
. to.be tried for his' to coerce him todohs: an honorable silence; amidst the:greatest provocations. WpRthem-- cautious, about opening I >
/ attempt R. ANDREW' one of Ihel! evtuneta _
gett ever announceda;Paltry"schpolrootn f Tof'liK duty, by the promise or.:giying$200,to his:little .V We/b&ve.'been told-that/the.*"News. the clouds... Our. 'morusplanters'should .mvite ,*Pt :ary Executora'of,the Estate of Rafael Andrew.

own, as a Cdlegei pr Uiat he ananimously eiectcd ? SoD if, ne.would do(his duty.!;: Bail'was prbmpt- ,was.established". break'down. ''Judge'icLr! .him(to St.,Augustine/tor'thbugh.jit rained forty 4ec.. &invadjn.ted the aecoonta' 'with .the heir aad

himself Pret toVitf over hb own birch'rods;)and ly obtained and thoTn&tter:is looked/upon,. as a This 'may be an old'[woman's.story,;but of.Its .day, such.is the drynessjoP soi" that bur ia>' : ..,igru"6f said' eatater herebyglvsnose ,that MiedIyafter.theezpiratioa _

bcflcILtt! ; wpuld:onlf provo that he endWvorel :pleasant We have farce.fli stated! "the matteElas:we f have--.q learned; labors in the vocation -we are free. ;io confess,we'i dies still"- :promenade i ""dry ti shod.*' X.' :: vt **. :data hereof! he;will; apply to of the lix 1100'mouth the Jude ft am the'ofl
: '
to hoax,the people Quebec: befpWbe. .played 1t' frbrn"several 'quarter and :ye believe11 this g.ve noticed much assiduity. : CT.Read; attentively i the i letter- of PeacemaVT l tJie.Court of Si. Jobtu County. for a full and final

" ; 1hgfttnchi' ": -Augustine' ,":'...- :: ;'." .statement'correct;Mf,jncorrect, f1; our columLaropefltOthccorrectioAn \6.' :&i'OJ1U lately been an.endeavor to make" ker'on! ? fi !'Pjg,', id then saj;doeslte 0 ;*.!.'%Ultra dietharxe enl'of'aa'hiifaccounu aach Eiecntor.with said Ealat., and for

. ot '""the. political Judge'i a .watchword :because taiine* ; SC'Aap.tini.Jln '
. : JUstify what old'Mr.'Braddock. in.his simplicity. : party5 ,' )tfiaishpuld Create a tumult lit aA'n'Q'B Boit ;;: -

The pompous and mysterious conlr irtiola of and ignorancemighthave sat !,wo do not believe,, ., -.- Judge. lleid' .attended" at the- 1[late Conventiori .- TUZRCOrflflUn1tyor'ang: tM-:Th Xettsji. ::, .-:"...-" '; &ifir.shaV8 Sale.Y .

the fol lowingremindsus; of the ahoan'r.anguc. neither will those that know I bum'believe that 7any atSt Joseph. Judges have,'we.believe,assisted .iVx .: "" ff#yA OUTtOyiSX"t i-** Was ", .B .z Yirtue of:*_writ of fieri ucia, iasucd out of

< .! .'walkn Iad| well here. in. a-jairf tcayjfunUf. -, 'gO., J "tlae superior Cooit for the District of EDt Fjoami .
Jgvjn ri" will
jejy ; lO'in"'direcled.od delivered at
npo
Bhallsee whaiyQU.Jl1 lI'tee..'thU ,is:the,'great the'Honorable,Judge, 'r. : ." f ft:State Constitntion. If.tJ '!principle:.be. ,,1 Y-1o ur-intemperate'; you aieNortb pbItc;tale!id 'tb..Toi a>orJackaunTiHe. in front of .

F. ... llippy-potty-tnoute' 'bk ri 't life In'"the'water' Aero of,the Melicacy.i c makinga,a newsMxpor -. .wrong, why$u.it not been before! assailed'I |,or toosoonj.. _' ..,.-, '-' "v 'Iii r '','expbaed. us. ,the,Court Home..on"'the 15th;da1' of July, between '

t and dies on d y I .' ,/, ;:dlscuaiioni:'of VcnrnMaJ'case{that>
.' (Ftke.31. A1.rgu.ti .frDi.)' .>:!1 :ome before aIur},:with should be unbiassed i in .who. was, a memberjof.the- .Convention. >;, .Florida ,- 'TbeConttftuflofle. ...' -. ,certain-lot'and.edifieea' in said town and

. I'Iuw lift 'lsriuj AjtTEtsi; 'COM their opinion until.the,evidence is giyVntm'der tqtbcm 1 It was dignified' and .decorous t ,j befitting IVe'have.furtherreturnsSlnccaurJ- ; but'. ,known Lots number 4 and 5.in Square number([3] .

-TbePlantersnpdbusihessmcnofjFjdri.. ,oath'would, have prcyrated t our'noticingthe ': of the occasion that. remain satisfied that the CpnsUjition hasieccjy. bounded ou the north by Adam'a Street,on the el1lll'i
'J thciOlernnitr: a Judge.of ed 1!i by Market Street: ;. on'the lOath by Iota number I and

.,, da for half are mortgaging its vnincumbered moderate,Riix value ESTATE land foregoingy erbittnpt;. ( t ,public,decorum. the. Superior'.Court sTuntld preside; The'.man: .a .majority orJ .7:'t>4"o'f.the,"..." -.unboughtvotes'of- -"ff".pler the'". 2;'and on the west by lot number 6;taken a. th* pro4pertyoc

" appraisedfeir, ,r neri it,; lSlt9.th ,',the. rlty of'our hlg ertn.w1ilchthe duties.were"discharged,'is'best ;- .' : William toaauafrjadgmenl.and cost .
taking In return not money put 1ft but StifSc in thi .,,1' : -"f-r-. -.,/-- -: /- I. if,anil'in faror:>f Wdliant HrCKman and Benjamin\;
unanimous
Institution. Pubticconfldence in itsstabUlty judicial tribunal, should i not be made,a sub .explained by complimentary A ChanceryTenn ,of.the Superior C O urtriho l'l'c'Patn&oi.,Execatora of Joshua Hicktnan, dec. 1 t

"' .. {credit were never as:bih as present Its Xsapxtaland jeet of''suspicion. We; hay :.tierefore,,c&pied approval, previous totbO adjournmentfcAswell ; trial of L L' ,r JOS. S.SANCHEZ, Marshal.
vClaims'wmbe
' iU credit must.continue! .to increase and :from'the.records.the1 foUgwio explanaUons.re- .might >the minister, ,who daily opened'theproceedings held, onMoilJ" Stv Augnrtine, 13 Jnne.: 1839. .
'
; with prayer, be; called a-political day next 'iI'i>' .:. : .: :: :
in to increase be ,
proportion must the.facilitiosit r .
ative to the :throe claims'wl i : ich are urged by ", ,- ,''
the officer :
can furnish to the,,industry' and enterprise theciti7.en parson, as presiding c : political. T: .1; I !.,.': .' Jf O&ee, ; :
'' S
Mr.t ri c"k. 1 judge _Alii 1. : : Sy.Auacrni.z'June2Y. -
f ? '
pf Florida
> :j \lsTIitaiin of:JOHH D.I &iDix>at.was8ubmittcd : jWe have' been led.to"ihese"'rimarb' from no If tickets Jn;IIamiltpn and SchmitV Lottery I NOTICE-TO LAND CLAIMANTS.
BTSuch confidence felt the tate takers ,
b1 r I on'ihe.JTth August it taken and private considerations, though we would rather'apeakwcII have been :exposed for;sale in Register and Receiver of the Land District t
"Slock that they asked, rftot aUaf'nnej ; was up of a hundred men than'ill'of, one any part of the r,THE Eaat Florida. having been constituted aBoard
from the Bank, in'part"bayment i.on"their, ec suspended claimant which"'for: the affidavit want of is It e,'affidavit: of the but from a respect to the tribunals of.J Justice' Unionwe; c.tnoafl: persons ,who may havebecomejpurchasersj of Land Comrui iiooera for the -iamio*tionpf

ties. The J41co..For his.clty. nmag .;fQti by, Secretary'of co th >isidered Treasury.indispensable The- which the peop1e.IJ1aY,. by right,'demand from. :to :nztvu.their,tickets, and r certain..' claim.26th to La ad.hay etubraced 1830.'entitJed"by the act.An of Confre Act- -
,circulating a that tho approved
mortgages report ; '!'was : one'who writes for the publ1 CLAW back theicmoney without delay for not only '
affidavit mado 29th it any ye.
mortgagors had'Lwn.nd'' exhausted the Bank : Sept 1838.and was .... ; II provide fur.the settlement;of Land Claima in
resources\ in New York have,/ "'against submitted
.1 toagl" :, : taken by the Judge'to St Joseph ; there decided, Is it not wonderful thatthe\ -tntthe : from being authorized by a law of this Territory thhyhaveorganl2edthe Board,and entered. upon.the
duties of the commission. .
and award withlinterest
for _
an $5,600 '
transmit.
.It Is also,'rlY.I. "that i eltherjof Directors ted to tha\.Secretary.of the Ti xjasury-, 12th'De.mbcr.I838. Howards of the age should not turd their attention it.was last winter, positively forbidden, by, b.All person holding CUim*(o Land.within,thlsDw-
receitilyt or at any tune drew from.br through the of' the Governor's veto. The Executive has,we are trictuoder the qnantity contained in one league square
; this in
//Notice' was |ji r unediatcly given to subject"the existence which, a
thousand
Bank dollars, other and Receiver act
,twenty or any sum, leretofnre filed btVre the Begwter
. reported for political effect,by the Locp-Fdcot,, As by mail Braddock' ;"and'hLs Attorney,.' free government. facilitates the' most horrible happytolearn,already moved in the matter ndwedou'bt I lug u Land Commissioners apd contained in the re. ..

\. our leading Lcco-Focos continue to keep their, 2 tL The'' ddra 'of SncEB C. DU DOa Administrator misery oppression and crime}. Would it not bemore not, self-respect of the people of I pOt abetracta.and opinions of the said Register and .' '

cash accounts with the Banb they can reaaily satisfy of Sam. 8. Christo )her was submitted creditable to the.AboUdonistsofJhQjnprthto florida will ever preserve,the Territory from the I Kecetver.and whkh were confirmed by the Spanish _..
on J5th June' 1838., :Th Judge found that &the 201"or JanuIy.1l!t I
.
: tellhaheqUeftt :
tb mseh'CIofthe'truth of this Vhb
of those
statement bjr Dilution would comeThere
.- CniusTorBCE was dead when b 3 took up the case direct more of their 'attention to, their own under are requested 10 coma forward and present their eYl--, ..- ; '

i:' eoqulriugattheBAnk.cGunter..# .... Dm &i.unu.. for:examination,and it was suspended want State institutions,'and let their:reforming influence anylpretenceyto: practice offences, wbidfare felonies dence without delay that the report of there, examination ':1' .
liot'.. S. lC : / claims with the video"* thereon '
of
of parties,5thAugust,'.. articswere, made be felt, their endeavors to efface from in their.own States. such e ruiy
" .' .This js a WICKED publication, it will not do; (administrator appointed) and the,case' resubmitted by be forwarded to the secretary of the Treasury to be '

the trick of puffing up'flash Banks is seen thro'; on-lst October 1838. t was taken to St their civil and criminal codcs'every relic of despotiSm Distressing news,has been received in .town laid before CongraM II.at its'SIMMONS next es>ton.W Rfffiater.. -

Vickfiburg Bank which scattered ten times Joseph and
more money than the Lifo&Tnist Co.ever could, it was suspended fort, \ truer proof' and that calls louder for correction than the abolition of the 1st Infantry,. died lately of poison,. at a K. D. GI.... Secretary B. L. C. -
notice to Mr. Braddock ho had manifes -
given of imprisonment for debt in State in tho
,boasted.twice as mucb; two days before burst, ted.anintcrestinthccl im. every station 'near Deadman's Bay. The cause was It ike.

.and proved itself as empty as an air bladder I Within the last ten days'a C mission has issued Union., When we read of fathers{being torn subsequently discovered to have been a keg.of SIX months after dite,we .han.J pl, to )the Cvn.He*
of Probate Court of Nauii -
. If the planters,and businessmen" got .no .to'examine.witnesses,' and ,the case is not from their.homes by civil process and incarcerated white lead. thrown down the well. I, for a final Judge uischarte tte aa Executrix and Executor .j

. U for the that Jackwouldlrtoteat ripe. for decision. .in jails,fit receptacles,only for thieves .and the Estate of Capt. L Daily late of Nassau County, '
.- vrnoney, was reason 3rd. WuuiM BEJLDDOCT E :ecutor of Lucy felons. and, there detained. for'an': indeterminate, e .ti' f1' deed.. ANN BAILEY. Ex'trii. .. '
his IUplA was_none; but where we ask Fitzgerald. No Ink commission I SPICEft'O.IIIADDOCK.E2r. :
testimony n a
; time their children scattered and their partnersin Though the Abolitionists and-Banks ;
was the advantage of mortgaging *unlncumbercd has issued within the last tend tys, and the case can afford' Feb. 10th. 1e39 45Gra __

KaUt'isTATE, ," .if,they got nothing'by ft"-? not readyfor the action of thq Udgeupon. it.. life broken-hearted descending to'tho grave to VY to publishlngasadvertiscthentstheirca. .
"I' is there any thing more appalling i ''i in a'.co ntrywhercery lumnies against us,'we cannot afford .to for pisgrictofEast Florida. -
Mr.
"' Thus Braddock has we pay
U i
.If there bo any truth in tho statement,pr if uppose received I claim .J.rft.UCSUs. 220 MAT 1839. ,
means any thing it is'this tho Bank" ia,taking' the amount. of his own claim. Fort a decision one is stretching forward to bur defenc; and therefore woca1lpon' Our JUDGB of the Superior Coart-JI attend .

mortgages similar to h nortgag,'hieb holds :upon"the second,he offered i bribe, when, he precedence in the cause of philanthropy. WOTHZB 'PUBLISHES as FELLOW ',CRAFT-; to .. TU& l_lnl (orloae.andtooth.roffieialdatie'at \

\ was aware evidence Florida I happy Florida I J} First to lead tho giveus a helping hand ; 'promising to reciprocateatorwhcnrcquhCt hihous,,on,Water Street, every day, Fridays audSatnrd4sexceptedat '
far $12,500onLotClark'atractdow among tho that/urtJUr was,required; as v 11 o'cl ck,A. M.. This are

'.Indians for,tho purpose of swelling up a 1 1st,. to,tto distinction. ,between- offe ing,a:present to way in.this great cause of, moral reform,her de thef : 'raiitement wilt eontf i.e until the first day of.No' m. \

present to the Governor,and then demand,,from an.'infant a few months old ant 'offering a'bribe sfmis, that all her, institutions' .associations Considering. themanifest, determination of the, ber' next,with the exception of the intervening n .
should be based' :"the purest principles of of the Court .
him sons to be shaved Wall-street' .; but. wo to its father'the casuistry is qui d too'refined for benevolence and ufacordance upon the true spirit rot1 .,the notorious GEBirr, SMinr,}.tpjlay-' Yet1ce. :, -

.
can tell the mortgagors (if there e any) that our, understanding. the foundation of ABOLITIOSUM 'inFlorid an ,' 4UTILLbC
of reform. For fourteen has.imprisonment oera at "brJ Sal.,at Carey's Ferry.'
: They not all and therefore must The Judge acted !in relation t D theprosecutionwthihe years I .. important question to the whole SOUTH ,
are presidents; not, for debts been abolished in Florida and tho ,we publish "W y' mack Crekj F>.,at 10. A. M.* on Monday, J

s expect 812, 00 for,every tract they enter at.Go.. ; advice of,the District Attorney,.and none had violent 'for general circulation a,number of extra. the. 8th of July,'.nd succeeding days, the following- '
and unnatural
credit has no .
\ ; ;. rnment. sale for 81000.1 1'' wo are authorized to say,t &rcts the occur.1cncQinore'than system ,copies of', to-day's paper that we rhay'hefeafterscnd .. named property of the'United States:
Work OXEN.
auls from the law, and yet thing has work Eight<&J) or morir Good .
< .every '
W ecant,8ay whcthel tho erafopf the Bank He does, or less disposed:,to duplicates,should any distant .one miscarry Four lIobJred (400) HORSESor thereabout,

4 ,. 'acvsbigborujm6;" iorsucb. tdrms 'consider it a.,pleasant farce';. st I,:,'e.would.add, ed so'well that but few could now be' found. to' favor .- :.The matter is one of general i interest,and DOAT3 of.eald.ocr'piionssuch. aa Tow' .Bat -

.-comparison m n.nothli1g. when we speak of that pus prcs3i or'the party does_so consider a renewal the fourteen of imprisonment for debtors dbL have shall'hot be shut up in SuAugustinc.' \ "'" 'WAGGONS. lean,&-. ,*having" been Died, J

\ what ever was FLAT,.'and;ever will b,.. The dil :it, muct bo influenced.' ,by son curious ideas. During years pnst.n :' ,TKe ."-The immense business SADDLES. RIDLE$*, hARNESS &e. &0. -
been to a living death-no husbandstorn CitytfGirti.
subjected
recto loans are of course better known, to of. public morals., .) : which nave beenwore,or ldss nsed. \ .
in the Lowell
: arriod on city ,Mass.'lQ the of the .'
reads the'iawSec. from their wives-no fathers from their way Term; 7 Cash on delivtry, 'in specw..or notes
Thus
l .themselves than to the Lcco-Focos; but ,iill : ; of manufacturing,will hardly. ,be'believed. By 'Dankorthe United Stitcarorapecie paring Banks'oftheCitiesof r :
descended
18. D it further enact 1 Thai if children-no wives have to their
in a few days make very,astonishing disc IcLsuresomething ; any the statement made,in the Newburyport Herald; SavannahOeo..andCharleton.3. C. !. '
person shall directly or indirecfly give, or offer graves bro .en-hearted because theirj husbands of the amount. of cotton cloth, manafactu'redthere *>.- 'rF. HUNT, ;

' of we\do know in this matter,that may I to give, any money, goods or 6 her bribe' present were'in the hands of merciless creditors; and no in two weeks which is probably:a fair average.for -- Major soda' .M,of the U S A. \' :
be .thing but pleasant to the parties concern or reward or give, or' make promise .
any I any the:vear, we find amount; lobe' hucrttr Slusttr't Office.* swelled lists
the \
cd. To all about the contract or agreement, fdr tho payment of money children have ofpauperism.Happy FrryJnne; 19.1839.1 '
supersede dispute value of 1 2,439,783 yards. ,Regarding this as an 'aver, __ -_.___ _- ;
the Company's stock, we here announce that goods or- other bribe, or uso any promise, country where its citizens can at all ago:ror' the year" .wo should have the amount \, 'j

anyperson threats persuasions'or other J likb i sinister or unfair times reap the full fruition of.civil and religious for' fifty-two weeks, 63,000,458., This amount Notice. limber or ,f
wishing to invest it from warned against cutting,
may purchase fraudulent in order to obtain public are \
or practices, would reach about thousand mile.- .
liberty I Happy country whose credit is 'sustained thirty-five THE iithe lands of the
bolder in this City, who are already sick of influence tho opinion, decree behavior treapawiog up -
judgment wind
: or or moral 'moral influence. enough to around tho'gl Besides the tatefff Bair. Csuiu >'d set tnrM situate on the Pl"fnd .: ,
'1hcirbugain. at 'znz cnrx Discoxnrr,and no' of any member of the Legislative Council by principUymd amount of cotton cloths included in thisestimatet Swamp'of,dan'Diexk in the!= DnaJ.r.SaJ h.n..t. /. ...- !

s tatJCatkcd. A mortgage upon real estate,will be' or any officer of' the Territory;judge',juror, Indian there b also manufactured at Lowell very large. od..rrawrlt baIosin to tU-EsUte of.TbieiFMchp '.' .. .
4 $1deied tend justice, referee, .or abitratori. in 1.'d8CusSioDf favored wIth'thciti. amount of-yoollen ;carpetingsT*!:. b wit 1 3000 lern.at Cb carras on:the Ndrteid.O! ; '
profitable been
a' safe exchango oh debate action suit ontrbversy "We have politely owned 'Monteade-
: ,. ,complaint .< be Swamp'; 400 acree formerly by ,
-
_k *pr r"a sole in Uto Shambles,would ise ,' matter or cause, depending, or which sal of a letter from Lt. Toiimss, SdfArtillery, 1AiBZUB .mit. oca;, 355 acres-?- called General Savanwh. formerly
"
"to ensure igp* 'iiea1.a ioss.If .,. *" shall depend before' him or the n,such person dated Fort Lauderdale, (New River) J22d Inst. owned by Philip Dewee 400 acres formerly:owned
not in which he stated that Sam Jones hadj'visitedthat by FK' R. Brnche AlM.}GOO acres e'll'd B!acb
shall on conviction, be punish by,a fine .
the Company had capital of its own,to exceeding one thousand dollars qr by,whipping, station attended by 15 or 20 of his warriors $. Plantation on the Wand ;pf;'Amelia'.( nerlyth* properly ; \

trade upon we would treat their puffs with deference not exceeding. thirty-nine;stripe or imprisonment the immortal Chitto Tustenuggee'among them, : 'of GenlAtkiatftD j 4,500 acres on the River hair j"

; but when' eia published for the purpose ;"not exceeding twelve mor ths,at tho\dis- back in the ranks again.. Sam appears pleased PORT. OF ST. tUGU8TIYE, rUe?n the County of Aloaquit5bonnded; on thtfSl\Qtb| ,
+ landed the lai. Sirs. Kerr.,and on Ute N*)rth by .
and has Indians
with the "trcaty"l) 'ordered the by
of deceiving tKo public abroad (tho public cretioll of the Jury. heLl in common
a- those of Heor/Yo'ngM and 200 aeret
it. has sent to Co- t-
abroad have their eyes open) and what is ofmore .The Judge. had no 'optiOn.; 'J 1 e sent for Mr. acoochie to abide, and by the scattered He.says'he bands hop lg',they . .- z1IvAL*., *- .with Tbo-Bl1rJe] ,on the Plains and Swamp" of, Uiejtoourchased '. 1 ;
4tL-Sch..Empire 'Sduthwick, Charleston, 7.. of Jnaha l/owna. ',. : .J
Florida District whose advicci .
sequenQ to tho
co endeavoring: to Douglas, Attorney,
pon with but that
will him
; were disposed -. "
; agree many days..,Merohanciso.-To'P. Bennett; J; J. Hed- T. ,:. JOSEP! CHAIRES, tcutor "I'April
saddle tho people with a debt 'thAt would ruin affidavit wasn&debefore: a ma.gistrate to stand out. Great number-of Indians come .
,. proper rick,LLyon,N.Henry; S.'&T. Hewlett.J.Nelson : ; $. 11_
the country political rectitude leaves us no other ,'who issued the warrant o.the Marshal, daily.to'tho station 'Sam says he can turnout G. Alvarez& Co,: F. Bredier, 0., Howard, _' -_ .

course but to exPose them.: If newspapers would and the Marshal! ,arrested 'Mr. raddock, :who from his main camp,at the head of;New' River B..E.Car&coi W. F. P.Wardl&'co, G. Bart l\OtiCC. : ; : >'';t., I .
.
warriors at time and that there is in.va. aWi datei .ball to tMII3dge
300 any, WEEKS ( 1 apply
lett E. Sanchez.Mrs. .
,.expose these,flai CQn ernbetoe,theyblow up procured Bail whether.with or without difficulty, rious parts of Mikasukies alone 261,,which Lt .EUaS.y. Augiar., SIX the County Court'': of Columbia'County for j

instead of continulog>mealy-mouthed until af- is oC no moment i but ,we woul observe:/'that Tompkins induced to believe he also thinks the .. &Paneagcrs. Letters of'Adminiairation on the-Estate of James. Kendrick .- I !
tho hi' Indians will, remain quiet, because :they are E. Elias lady 2 childrcd,Mrs. Jacobs, Rev. Jate'of. said Countv>ldee. 'J.yiLUAM ;' ..
could afford
torwards, people to pay printer the.Judge.of the County Court s. no authoritytobina S.-SPENCER.
\
Mr.Dunlap Messrs.L.Lyon, J.Walker San ; ,
out of supplies,and respite; '
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and would do|tcheer/ully. Woil&ito! people to Seyond he County for < 21-I83JJ. 'I'.f I
; appear' This agrees.very.well with what we have.believed -, 'chez, G..Al.vp.r. .;Martinex. MineraljPprtngs.June, .

b4veU4palawtoesealns1rompaying an- -offence, cbnimittejjfe"ltahitbkt tile accused. .all along.When Chitto Tustenuggee came "The Empire experienced.squally 'wcatherOnher IVotlce. ... l'

tor a t.\ t only diYes4roaderat ippcars beforei':'ajury ct\a, \ cpu itryraen, who up to' release his children from, captivity as a, passage' with constant 8. West, winds and month* after date I will apply to t"e U 6". *ti's ,. I i

: "' ',\ *' -. v-vaf? are judges;of the lawiho; fact,..1 JJ, thb,* ** a matter of secondary consideration he listened'. tot broke off her'ji.bm. .*: vl' ;'Hfc. .:". .> SiX ( of the Connty.Court of St.' John* iroun- '"f k-t;
Gen. Macomb's propositions,, which he 'reported I Ir.for a'settlement with tb t b.t"or Gcoaoa:. Mr.rr.d 1-: I ;,
.' N. Dlk'furH.truth! : ',at. a flash Bank'swould cf puni\mtnt--4ht Judge Js'merely the>Modera to. Sam Jones; and the crafty :old Fox; :For,Salt and,Cheap.. % ': >-. ? c.; .and;a final.dwcfaargftlas: ,Admiffiatritor of .ii4 ,J I ,

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: : D iS S r1iJIiSIJANCEOF iAw.u)1ARnNv4N HE Town ofSti 'lehoiVfi*.iitnateloifitheJ Ji AND *o-'

w ; INVOCATION; : .- I DUREN, Prtridct oftJ* United SttUa of, 1.L.. banks of the'jpoble Rivof.SU: Johne jEast S : .5V1LbAGE&OF- S V I IJ IWTPON

What znosib.autUuJtteflntUt1- : ,Pills'are 'm*'**uT&RL.Yegetabe.5 ico,'do by-declare aud make,know n ilial a'public S Florid*, abottt five'pjiles above its jonction wither ,

Forest bill-side prairie dell h.v "'HAnswcrtae t -ct'kto by'Jocg eiperienc* .l to b.af.ctt sale will J be held at ,Augustine jrilho Tar litory of the aea, and tWfltjWLlC5bIOW'the town of Jack- Tboasaad Aciee
or ; >r Oa, wea
: ., t cent,and ye otraorepo .- purgaUeiOr ces-; Florida; on Monday the 10th day:of Jane f next, for, aoniIIemnd thirty"five>itosDorth t>fSti: -7An'fuatine -; S S fdboiridJ a tiafaUC ijLFroprieiorf'
quick from eacH woodland gliJe, :'aer of the all t&rycan&Ithifl any otber> d.cine. ,. the disposal bf.tbe nnapproprwted vacant pibti lands ; ointbeetiEtIId, ; be ?,,. ? byS8ebutiafl'the of

The cooling stream, or the Verdant shade 7v'5k 5>3T Jir efft e|oa the aystwa. if a a easy,.that ji is airenwkable to which no'1 private'claim.tare altedged tinder existing possible to establish a watering place of any.inw; -' bajre laid oof Lands>number Hills Lotsex-j down to :
y-
from the or -
Aud they answered-Tbe rill and the foreat are fair, fa :t Ifcit tbe'asme mar be giveft to aa infant Juws,within the Unfits ofthe uodermentiooe'd township "- 5- pprtanc,w (torn it* being perfectlpopen15tbe55.Noith S tending The High situation is well aaited, for a -'

But the soul of Beauty,I h dwells there I f. or adult; ci i boat posiibilitjr of doing any injury- !and fraclional townships'; to wit: n ; --- S and, East, it receives all disadvantages: pt'the thaltiver.0rNjIiaginpo.aes.esmanysUikngadvantages. : ; > .
Town
ia Costiveuertif S iJurMmd'vn.Fr ; $
but on tbe"c intitry good. Therefore; *3oKJi0/tAsBasa XtMaxrf Eattsf trsdewinds'whioh blow across the Gulph of,
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'! : *- vv4V 1 be St. Sebastian;like most of the '.
v : either halite slorothwisaiUl in BilHoas Feveraad action 10 wn hip 4, of range eleven1.! / :. >. "Florida/atthe same.time divested oCtbekeen! *
;; '--*Kingly old monntataaf: je ell (here new,;;*%-;* AUjHffiojH* fcciioBsnby.are; ofthe greatest possible. r 1 Township 3, and fiictional towBifcip :of range* iiess peculiar to.atTcsJdencrf'on aea.coast SS Riverain vieinitTliabulaiy an arraoflbe Sea-*

?' %Vithyorcwnoowon..cbhoarybroW4" benefit, 'v VV "-_l f ;V. *' twelve.; J -. "-.. '* "' .S' ""; :' *; ",. The water.oppoaite the town ia (excepting ja the," and afford* the m excellent fish,'oyster*i and-

I IL- >! the dose suflBclently;the can be mid.S 2and 4 and fractional township.,.! salt S ;'clam*. sTkprocpecuobe'NorthEuadEastand
.Speak,from year wU of a thousand years .By.iftcree ng S rXTownahipa -,S rain j seasons) aa thoroughly. ,as atth.BaUS is front
more powerful&'to'iffec% the whole Jrame,; than Jbe ilt.5 ieD. J A, i* S S beneficial in;its South eatessive and picturesque ,
Anawet t -s v/t consequently ,
me truly, cloud-wrapged swrs L 1&rgedJie if Calomel.- and yet, in Tew hours after '5.. Township, Easto1Suwaiei river, andtownsai{ v bathing ind sea air. "During the.lime the British no point doe*the City.of St.'Augustine abpetr': -

*.d the winds whistled down We5reoi4bty.budmr' { the'e5.c ;is over,no debiitywUtever! is'experien ,'4a'5Ofr&gO fourteen. 1 i were ia possession Florida fit. -Johns) was a -S to such; advantage as Xroai tbia newly selected

IV *, **'= ced,; '(ntteidotcauoog weakness;the body is stronger libe fraction'of Section thirty one,east 5-ofSnvranee *: place of considerable note j It then bore the name ,!*,*ite { from the Heights,.:the ICity- Hftf bor, and S

And tbf- soul D.atyH ?dwells- not here!*$ / eI antl coal I bear more/atigne after they have been river in township one of ranged fifteen.; y. :cl the Ship.Yard;and many TeiMlr.iver.bwlt S -' Ocean S may all be bad in view. ii ,
used.: t'.c Brandreth : known Calomelssaotaied S ( The Health offSu.Abguatine .baa beea lopg-;
;' *' !,** w re FiOs are T i'24Iktl3. I415andI6and; ruaItwn'n and'Knncbe from'piU eonvehient eitnation

i .. *'. ..Ocean1- old ocean f thou rollest alorigij v; .I Tj/, -#+ ,i... #* ahlpa 17,18,of: range sixteen. : : Steamboats and all.ether teswls that can cross, S .S -. known and appreciated ; St. ebeucaauo&beiesaIubrrous.ince '

ceaseless ,p r .puri 3er of ibe blood,'tbey,arejnost Inralaablein Towpsbips15/19,17 8and 19, of range senJ8. .the bar may approach within 33 feet ofthe town,, tTthe .5 it Is'removed fromvtue *
forever .
Chiming thy
png 5- than half mileVThe Sea breezes'amJ
City not more a
ah "entan ooa" diseases from'wbaUrer causes arid tnleeP.' \ rivor-ibanke gently slopinf the?channel. 5
L To sing the esrtb with thy boaudle** sea f ;i iSoretf i 55 ;'; -: "' ,-- Towoiblp ii, sactions3,4,5.7.aj1v.- 'U. .,..,, A'enbscription for repairing the old Kin j'a Road.: the absence of perakiou air,makathjjjh.fr -

more beaatifttl nought can be t ; ;,-ir a zeg.5 5 -- .5, 5 -. ,-19,80,5l, JW 27>; 28, 29, 30,-3Ii 32, 33and--T 34.- in S from.St. Johns to Augustine U alreadj.filled* fifl climate ia the United States, TberetMybe

But the wave murmured back- There ia nothiDg we" Because I r 6 care U required when using them Est township 15:-Section* 3,4. 5. 6,7,8,9,10.15, 17. S with an amount sufficient for that purpose j and S rapid, change, of weather, and .sometime-: -

and drink and Year of cold, 29 30..31,32and33, i> township rude winds. Dot 'generally theairisbla'nd'and
.. fear, :; \ w let yo'n please, have no 18,19,20,21,28 'another subscription if a.fioat.in the town of SuMarys

I U dwell hot berel ; or cold !vie r; the body is positively! ,!less liable to coldS 181.Sections 4,5.0,6.8,9.17,18,19,2029,30.3f. and its vicinity for extending theS wholesome,sndkldom4otbe Inhabitant pass a-
Yet the soul of Beauty, after than bi fore a dose Tboie'bumors being remove and 32, in township 18,and sections 5,;6,7,8,17,18, road as far as that place-thus saving jn tbe distance da/wiihottt .eiogthe Sun. .- f

19,2U29.3O, 31, and -32Ia; nwaajdp ef. range from 8li Augustine to 8t..3larys, at least S, The Orange Groves, which tied to be the .
Stars) as ye hymn in rwqu nbtghCi ed by; the I'tils; which' causes'colds; and cou jhs, or nineteen T" .. .. \ SiV' i 5.5'SS miles. 8t iaud Ferry,BoateVill be ia rn&medIateersu ,.t' pride and eharioa ofat. Aogattiaa, are recover

Stars L M ye coursejhro* the,..propnet, aky{ which" ,by incumberinAbe" blood. ,prevent repelling' At the sat&e place continnatKjn..commenang$on o for the accomiaodafcon of p as-4'- igin tiom the.veribHgb& 1835.t4WeshalIa
iofc-j 'T
ff T
., ofthe an appropriated vacant public% lands within for those S the landscape cannot (ail to.be in proved,iwnen *
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air 5 Ii
quick" from thronesAond thp blood,th effect inthls particular; is self-evident: mayon1'be necessary personswishing
Answer me your turaing \ } and frac 1
the, limlti ofthe undermentioned townships to take an interest, to observe the names'I 'the Grove are spread,M theywill! be/from'th*
the purl answered back-We may/apeak a They msj be taken at any time that body requires tional townships; to wit I fv S of those who nave :Already engaged Iota in the ,ancient city;along both side ofthe St.Sebastian
msdcine,either before'or after meals,. when '.out or at '1 : Use jideaitofthemfiduui.; the situation-
SntkoftktlMt to IIeigbtaoIl5LAunatine.-
of the firmness.
: Iecr, .. town ort Johns, to be assured ,
But the soul of Beaatjr, it dwell* not bare "- ... home, without any inconvenience' being experienced-" Township 14, except sections,2$.25, 26.27, 34, S of this project.'and the certainty of its'raptd sue- S of the new town, affords, great encouragement
And a certa nty that no m&flgnantdisease CAS ISTJORX 35, and 36, of ran ge twenty fourAi. t Y :. \' I cess.- A commodious hotel will be speedily.completeda"good' S to those who sbaH became "proprietors, for ibe

'V while they a eased. 'Thus establisbioc the fact that -Township, fractional;township ;2,"3, 4,5. and.-6; wharf and. school house ;and 'cultivation of/the Orange;the Chinese ..Mulberry

,'.1ceaaedbata.oUndWIfltbYmt. -*: \ we have ont tiiisetbo.i remedies which PURIFYthe S townships land p, fractional townships, 9, and, 10, *, churcajerecifd St.,Johns offers, 'advah- ,,arid tropic*!and other fruits.. "*'
eternal bill \ blood;to be free( ALL diseases it being now every S !
echoed uhoIJ. rom ,
And sections 6, 6.7J 8, 17. 18.i9.2O.29,3Ord 31, jntownrhip f.tag Tto aetilerV/af also to visitors. The Mulberry T&choth: jaluotThIspTOPeflY, there
Murmured tbe wocdthe atreain-and tba mafn a weH kpowjn fact, that every diseasewhether h be ;iotiebraln I township 12 ] cut of StiJohnsand Of
,, v 1 ithatpa-rtof lying ; treei for thef cultqre of Silk Pranjf.etrees S Ljri n ieifa1ingSpTi ffj. ofJ'gsiJf56?, 'U'periorqtuhty.and
or me*n st tnemberL whether it be'snout-
"'.' Andsangthatarafioratheirhighdomain- v section 1,:JYactionaJ 2,3, 11.12aQd'13, in .Fig.treei .Grapes.,Olives and tbeToiher nseful-J S (tee sntuc1ifomthaSta or
sixj _
:'/' Goto the maiden, pu re,blu thing, andfsir; .. [from many > nses;reducible to one grand effort'naroeyimpurity fractional township of range twenty | > $% \ prwluctiVns orthe'eaitb/can bo.cnlu-rted.beresi ofiay.mineralflavor.ya; >
'itp Fsctiona1 Townships 12,3,4,5,6,7, 8, add 10, fcLima a and commanding.loci
higH dryland
in ,
w'ell similar latitude tha
"as throughout
4 as
For tbe soul of U tb.i'.re: ? v of blood. ? ; rjjS any
Beauty ,
v ; I1iidrthfD nn'sake *
'*. _" 451n conseonence of-T their S ink i fractional townshipe ; -world/ Placed ne rr the'.entranco of5oneottho; with a lovely;prospect,with aa much ,salujbriry ;
iberploaiantness
I : i lion;they alk universallynsedinievery section operaI fractionalTownahipa 12, IS.and:]"5, :and townships. Inost beautiful streams;:,in'tba nnirerse. the 'advantages -'< a a noun'aia regioncould afford-there/

; !; S wide extent ed< wbero tbeyare made known, "16. range twenty seven., .. ; Lv N S S of this town'are. peculiarly eminent H being no reason16/ear agnes arid fevers, or thecouuiryfever
oantry
Fractional township 1, and 2, township 3,4,5,6, *S ; which msrf
and are'fast aupcrceding every/other ofprnfessedsi the river navigable ateatnboats opwarda ot" > tq / intesffatorett,
:: i -, **>- > tiilarirop'oru Upwards of fourteen preparation thousand 7,8,0and lO.aud fractional townships 11/12 13,14 two hundred.mites, into the very heart of a fertile -( I pcsi/um*. Wjthampla'spacer'and capeciy for-
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: :.From the Land of my.Fathers, my btthp1ac.ny 15, and 16.ofzsnge twenty eighu and salubrious cauniryr dvubtleu'will! i5 the-productioo ofthef.orange mulberryt\olive,
'' cases b ive been certified as cored solely from theirue Fractioail townships 2,3,4,5, and 6,T( wnahipa, arid -
: t' ,- borne "i '_ # (as soon as the Indians are.re ugved)'be'thickly : almost all kiods'bt fraiu, borb-i and flowers.

: ,. Fram tbe ashes of comradei depart d, alitt d.aii since'tli] 9 IuiroductionvftbenintG'* the' Unto* '- d 8.9,10,11,12,13, and-. 15.- ,-and$ 16, of. :range.' twenty- 'settled, where'nurner uijown&iiil1 be'formed, '" y>witb'an immediato proxtmiiy 10' the Harbor of ?
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: i
eisht" :
[ Stales;thai estblih1og the aU, doubt, whose produce must be conveyed to this natural S StVAtJf ustiner \fnrthest'point of The Vpro-
z : : From the ecenea of youth I'm destined to roam ?' 6-and 6 JTownshipt S '
my townships 2, 3. 4. i i Village than aaileremov'edfrom .
that tha idreth Pills' the .. depot, ou the way to markets. 5-Thief4vore4aiot .S jeeted being'oolmore
: Aud 1 ask but one tribote-'Us sympathy's tear. posited Bra .. k..-..the i.care. (apparently'.!. 'of moat op 7.- 8,9. 10, 1 1, 12, 13.14. and IS ct raugetwenty nine "S' wiilbe th&treiotrof: faVhiohahles and invalids" S tfh'e rieaW a Ur',>ith'a stream in front,

; F ; -,* *r 1In evacuating aea!t w bowels with one them simple until thediseasa coTilinnally gives Fractional Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,S 14',"15', throughout iheUnion. It may bworth/ of re-. S abounding la'the finest shell arid other Csh.navUgableTor .

The plume of the wanior.no longer ahall wave way' the reft re?whatever be aaid of the iizosy 16 and 17-of range thirty. -r' 'mark that 3u Johns is far remote from Indian .5 steamboat'and"offering facilitiu foe

j > the annlight of glory-the dead battle field; the uvuTi of the"rRACTic.may ; is.now BXTOID AIL qS. Factionsl'rownships 10, 11, and 12 and townships ..districts and that th9inn cca in ha* notft Us* -- bathing in the Salt Water 'the proprietors persnadaiheauelves -

For tbe of tribe is la bis i 13. 15.16. and If of range thirty ove.t .. i ;.' > print within roileaof this place for"fearKist. */ thatiheir eDterprue deserveto *
: chief my at rest gm. e : DOV1T .5 ,, : many -
-'Mflrani elh'a Pilhi 5 .. Fractional town.hip 12, ,and Townships 15.16and .. The water f.d theiicru.iin 3u Jphn.V iceed.n4 trust it'will meet with the"aUentibn .
:
A-wound was inflicted that ne'er could be heated, ; ..cure jSenrvey, Fovrr and S S
:. 17, of range thirty two. 1 S S
ni,and and other. merits. ,'
/Ague-Cost nu'ner sulphurous -
: renew and .ita consequenceseeearing; I +; -t rponAtionaTwill
--A*" :.. v'Thesnnof S Township 17,of range thirty three. : S mineral spi ings,are.foand the 5 -::5 be cheerfully offered to RelTgi
men, and al in neighborhood, ;
I travellers to foreign, ,regions. should no t '
has travelled bia round 17.of
my glory \be without hero, iii' order to resort to them on FactionaI.Town.hip range thirty four. The river oppoi ite abounds in/iih of the CtIOi'S 6u* Societies anlCbitfcbea, and a Seminary *
My bopeaar* all veiled iu the mantis Death j occasion of illness. No\medicine"chet is required every The sales will each be kept open for two weeks (un- cost quality, and ofstersof a'jnperior kindrcan: j Learning ; .S 5. .V* l '-

; With tbe wretched of Earth my'poor iace shall bs wberothejr ire'- Time; orcUmateeflects them not, less the' lauds are'sOoner disposed of)and rd long er'ractibnal j be obtained frou their native1 bedf.within theS .Application for the purchase of Lotf, mar be -

' (found, 'H'-.V. % -> 'S provided th< y are ket dry Gentlemen will find this and offered no will privaIieentries'oland be admitted nntilafter.the in the ownthip* so ofthe pace of two hours-the*woodsj-iri" !the rear' 4thade to:.-F.jL.pAiicToratthe"StoreofP..B.* .
s medicine or e thlltwill uisunt health to tbe1EopIe on *.' .expirauon S well stocked with deer, -wild turkresand. Uherpamerwithin .DcuAa, iii the City! of;fc't Aucosti tef where a
Aud withUfe'
thoir
4. misery cease but weeks; 1.-
pulingbreath two / i .
SS # of left -
their estate ; a few miles are the'piega Plains, ,.plan thelvillage inspection. .
VBrandret Lauds'appropriated bylaw, for the use of.school, : *
.which 1 NB.4sumt'er'orthese-Lots will b,
natural savannahs afford forinanv : ; soon
; v' 'a Fills:.bare secured friends range
> universally
will
military or other purposes, be excluded fromsales.Givea hundred feed cattle, and some o.thericheatlands S effere: rocsai. .auction. '' :
.: To none on Uiia Earth can I hopeful appeal wherever tli ty hate been rntrodoc U1IA31UEUS 1 .
Forth poor child of woes baa no cumforliug Brandreth- Doctorof Medicine,do believe them to po this 'eighth diy of March;M.Anno Domini, 1839. feet from the River tbigh.waierthey'contain E-who may desire, to.,obtain inform-_ '

: s. ; friend ; less all the] ropertie'sl have'attributed to them: and I S 7 ; M.y.\NBURE4N.J /S 86 feet front,,by 105 S TIIO5 respecting Claim*for Losses inl82sndJSJS

T At huiuanity's altar, tho') in sorrow I kneel!, have used tl iem myselIamy family and in an extensive BytbePreaideittb., JAHXS %WoiTCOMi -/f .. deep* ;. all The other lots are street 100 feet called front the l>Avenue y lt)3) indepib. ; now fn the.coureoinvestigatonsndihosewh&thayvrish 5

\ 1 find not a voice my sad came to defend, practic i for over ten years,and my experience has Committipuer of tftf General Land Ojfice. is 100 feet 'wide principal; through ihi, centre of which, S 1< for tin examination of l. obtain Couiini.$fon* S

fully confm led meiu, my opinion that'all diseases can NOTICE TO PRE EMPTION CLAUIANTd. runs a promenade 20 feel wide, to be shaded by'Meguoli.Wild S WitceHes. tetfeet-
J. Tlttakoft fare tbee well-I must bear my bard fate$ be Every person claiming thought of pre-emption S the fully requested to apply between tia boar of 1JJ
removed those remedies which Cedar treennd
by have Orange, Bay
a specific and 2 in the day.during1 tbe af-aence of tbe Judge S
to of the lands designing in the above proclamation *
I any
suffer too it withers frame beautiful
must other
pngi.1& of this
iiiy i action on thgeneral of the stomach and bowels 1 evergreen* country. Park of the
i organs and a ,-ia requested Wprove the same to the satisfaction Superior Couit.to'the C'erk uf lha Commi.n -
The name of any people, once potent and reat,. street U upon a .similar! plan The mall,in front aitbe residence of ia
< act! n on the avtfem, such as my Fills have. ofthe Register and Receiver ofthe p'ropperland office, will be ornamented doublerow of Palm the Judge St.Aagusiine. -
.6UI; m Jl brightly' shine-I'll not sully its fame.ID Mr. Aber has and make pavmebt therefor as tton at pptttuaUt after by a .
ethy clearly proved that all local di-I.ieuea trees. No,building excepting wharrcs, viill be The 5
same facilities will be afforded
i tk'a notice, in order that the claim for.tte examination -
; iho cause of the white mani in v foref*lhcra 6J1 ; can t 0 cured,by those.remedies_which have a cat teemg d by thoso officers agreeably to law may, iu due beadjudi-timeS avowed nearer t.anbne, hundred feet (toni the"river. .; of Wbnesses,.and the samo in form -
curative efiiGRE at on the stomach and bowels.onlf prior to the day appointed for the 'commencement of The whole town U laid but on an inclined S JrrjriTen< a< If.the Judge were erroniflfpreaezt.
The Uopbiea I wow are oppression's hard ehana;; plane reaching an altitude of about aixtr feet -t----.1- .
the sate and all claims j -k :
public ; not daly made known S :
Farewell to tb farewell qqS view 'of the river and
r oppressor a lasting commanding good the i
prior to the date aforesaid, are declare by law to be ; Commissioneriiczingtrnder.tlie appointment
-S In the Wett, fur the Indian.-hope only remaina.OUEDIAH. .CAUTION 13 NECESSARY forfeited. higher lots overlooking the aea. No eapente will of the Judge will return the depositions taken by .

.k to procure t 10 genuine B/iodretb Pills, and you can* JAMES S WHITCO5IB.Commiitioucr bo render spared r-y Johns the both Proprietor of the property' to ,them to the Clerk of the ComuiMioudarizig the
at.
HOt fail to ping cure the gennlneif, you take the'fcdluw-! oftht Gtwrul Land qffie. A full block is allowed for picturesque a Church and and healthr.School S [absence of the Judge. '
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I Judge lake with him .
AboutthcwcnM&Prattanamiab1pious advica. .5 THE Subscriber offers hii grateful tbaiakst to the S and about 20 nere for a public Park, which is at thosa Claims to St. Joseph andr'TaJUhissee

lady, of very respectable connections, How rod I SECURE FROM COUNTERFEITS. of,St. ;Aognsin, and.its vicinity for present thickly wooded with Live Oak, Msgnolia {been submitted; -aod.be will for Losses which have

whose death is announced under our obituary Nevtrtopositively lurchase Brandreth'e Pill, without being their liberal patronage lie begs leave to-inform them ,' Cedar, and.otherornamental trees,- and on (icent thai can be spared for that occupy every In'de'ciding mo--
that bo Is about to close his business in St. S the highest portion of the. pnrpo,
Augustine estate. The Area of
head visit her husband confined in I and '
F came to jail ai|ro that the person selling baa an XKOIUVXD: and offers forsale, his well assorted stock of' tbe St. Johns about forwarding them toWashington. .*
Dry property covers 1000
acres-
I for debt, in the hope of being somewhat able to certificate o agency and O"observe it' baa been reertificate Goods, at tbe mostredaced prices,consisting in'part the whole of which might be built if reqni S i The Secretary* ,decision oc, the foUowing
upon {Claim for
Losses
alleviate his and administer his of
sorrows to com I S 18I2ftndJ83[ ha been' .
uewed : red. Peraons *
; tip being any guarantee after twelve wishing to make extensive Orange
fort while in prison. Her care and anxiety soon montha fro4 date tb t Pills sold by the holder are ofFrench Maslios and Cambrick; Plaid. Jsckonett, or Mulberry groves, can be cro>ided with 'portions S received by the JiioVo.. Claimant, or their At'
d
threw her into a fever, and on Friday last she name, goiffice Mull, Book & Pavilion Blnslins; Bobioett t Grecian of land of from.10 to 200 acres.. Warranty torney. *iring Information as to tlieir Claim*,

S fell a victim"to her own tender solicitude a Laces;,Calicoes; Ginghams; Checks; Bed-tick: Linen titles will be given'to purchasers. S.' can obtain it by calling at the JitJgic's residence,
beloved husband,and the inhumanity of our laws My ownMedicine far the certain supply of the put Da mask. Table Cloths; Birdseye & Russia Diaper; Terms of payment accommodating.- :1 : : between tha hours of 12 and 3, P,3l.vwhen it

end relentless creditor. Her funeral, was attended *, 25 ots. per box, with full directions, U Irisb. Linen Sheetings & Shirtings; Brown Linens; Fur further particulars apply! to the Proprietor'Dr. .;wiii be furnished by' the"Clerk lit iho 'Commir S

from the 70 MEETING' STREF/1 S Washington Stripes; Georgia.Nankeen Bombazines .- A DHW Vv.cirat Su Johns : $ion;';. ;; 1_. PIf '. / S
jail on Sunday, by a large number ; ; or to. Gen. '
sympathising ttrahgerther.bereaved part-. One'door from Qneec, Charleston. Merinos Mousehnei de Lainr Shawls & Handkerehiefsr P. 8.-SMITH, Agent, St. 'Augustine;, 'r "' :. ,Ferrer, The Executor of.Doh Bariolo da' Casiroy

.OTDrngi iists are black & white Silk t ,Cotton Hose. Silk & BLOCKS AND LOTS ENGAGED.Lot. 5 recommitted -,
ncr not being permitted to leave.the Jail. without never appointed Agents, therefore Cotton Gloves worked Merinocollarr 5 2.The lleir6f John Lawrencerecommitted.?

.. the consent of his creditor > 5 purchase at 70 MEETING ST. Lace Veils lots;of Ribb tods; Cloths! Satinetts black &Canton green .. Slock. .. ,- -,'* ?.. 3. CIaim of Philip R. Yonge, disallowed.: -

Copt. Pratt, who had been concerned in extcn. ; ANDR} 11 EM BF.R- 70 "Jleeiing-.t. is the only flannefsV ; S in 1 GeneraiSmhh.S .l* 4. Claim of James Futany. diullowed. >

-- dye business in Sussex county,like hundreds and I laenCh tie.5 where ibe tine BRANDRETH Also, .1 Mahogany Side-Board; 10dozen Fancy &, "" 2 Mess,.. Cleland t Simmonil- 5.. Estate ofilargariUa DeiriJianunaieject'Cu.

thousands of others, had the misfortune toffaiL PILLS are, old office Windsor Chairs | pipe Cherry; | pipe Sicily Madeira S 10 Cleland & Simmons. ; S N f A : / .
my,own fur their exclusive 2 3 Mr.. Nicoll. 6, ClaitnofP.t
; In the course of events lie became indebted toJUr, sale'. B. (a good article); which will be sold in lots of five 6 S 9 -- .5 5 v: S i rQ.rcopolidiapproed.

-!; Pomcroy, the. man who has.figured BO largely in BRANDRETH. 51. D. gallons or more;with a variety of other articles. 1, ;3 Mrs/NicolL- S ( 7ClaimofAn4rePacettidiaallowod., -

the Belleville Bank. We understand it.was on 6oU, J HN- Jl: I1EDRICK 241 Uroadwar, N.Y. Merchants and others will do well to call sad exam . 55 hallow 9.
ine the roods as it will le their v Claim orjobn A this debt that Pratt to advantage.
Captt incarcerated
was : A entfor at .
Aayuatlne 75 5 Col. Wanm., JO Execotiiz
i r : May2-M. I. L. LION. *"* 'S f of thai Estate of Bennet Sega/ -
and still rcmlins in
4: prisons-Newark Eagle. S 5lJ5OTIt jB.-Six weeks after date I will apply to- 5- -S 6 5 Col.Verren.S '. Jspproved.;.i \ --' .. '5
5 -
Who is this Mr. Pomcroy 1 Cannot the Eagle I .I. the Jn jlge of the ;Connty Court of Columbia Cheap Goods for Cash S 5 C Cpt. Eddy. *' 1 J -t irClsimdfdairhAco 1a.Adm'xoftbeostat S
I : give the world a more definite clue to his 5 'f. I letter only. 6 C Miss ;'
individ- County r of'Administration on the Estate of E Subscriber is and Master Campbell.*> /, fJohnTatrIcowmttd.; ; .
citizens
grateful to the of the -
., ualitythan merely connecting bis'name with the GAUlllEL, ASON, Ute 6f ssld Cobnty, dec. Til .Florida, and particularly of tbe 2 6 Mt; Ttave ,. S S S .5 i 12. EstatctofJohttAtkiuoBi recommitted.S .-
r city "
S
swindling affair at Belleville Where does he LOVYCASON 1 : 15 Mr., Ftzp.itrick. Estato.pf '
. S S of tJL Augustine, Jacksonville, Mauarie. and -. Bartolu Can.va., rccommined.ofRoq. -
1 r live what is his 1 Give 4ROBT. .5 BlatS 2 -" f 17 Air. Bi/relow. : r I U -
occupation us to know; S BROWN. Creek for the liberal ipstronage he has received of S 1 1nrinotapreved.! S
him, that he may be readily distinguished from Columb! ; CoFa.Mir b 23 1839! them, and solicit attention to this adrertisement and .5 7-1 "", Reserved I S -5 ,., j 15..Claim of Tony Prima., recommitted-. 1

: his fellows, andthat! scorn may not rmstako'the : : ?1 wat4'i Claret Wine. S. share of public patronage for the present year. Fin 4 S V' (6 T5 Re Reserved.ervolr. S ,-j[ iCl3inipf.p4tfir Trope,disalloweJU. 5

proper and right object for her finger. J 30 BOtXES Claret Win, 5 S ding the city overrun with transient traders, be is com* *3 '4 5 ftaerved. 'SI. S S '17. Estate of John Triay, not approved

-* Bdfc Sun. S 2dfdo.Muscat, S pelled lo do a cash bnsjceii only to enable him to G '5 5 5-.5 J8 Clairaof J mea Arnao,-diiallowedv "- -
5 .5
r.1O eope with others and Reserved -19;.Estate of Christopher not .
4 Baskets .5A' he himself Lopez approved!
i : : Champagne, pledges to keep on 7 3
Ren 11). Brown 0. Estate
-. --- 'i IQlboxea Champagne Cid r. For aale. band superior assortment of all kinds of Goods in of John; PonCe.disallowed..; -
: A moaern uanK rr and will -
S sell them low i
if
H1.J..1. 3 S U. t. UAKK & COCordials_ as not
: : a drunken loafer, who bad laid upon the Rtt S iou loan any oiners in tiiis city, wholewla or retail. : ; 22. Claim of CataUua Lopez,Adai'x of Andrea

stoop of a tavfern, in u state-of brutal Intoxication W&erry- 41 Any goods taken from bis store to look,at; and not THE Inhabitants of St. Augustine and haS Lopez,disallowed., S I;
i: for many-hours and CASES Raspberry"Syrup returned in four ,are i 23r Claim of Henry.Hartley mmhted.
was an annoyance to every 3 twenty bouts, will .be considered re.pectfulymvted to call and S rec
sober person that entered the bar-room. He was 3 do. \ .do. Brandy. sold, anc< in advance charged on them 25 ceut. examine a splendid variety of S 24.Estate of Jane Atkinson;'recommitted.
5 do. assorted Cordials. "For Sale by Any person'wishin credit per WATCHES, JEWELRY AND 25. Claim of Charles Sanchez .
ragged filthy, and bloated in his appearance, muct expect to pay more S S FANCY S. (a free .blackmanrecommaiedJ'
April 17 $
S 39. B E. CARR A CO. for their goods,and GOODS. .
.DV
and his breath- seemed to .be pestilential The calling at his stores they can -
landlord ordered him ; but he was top much ,C4iar/f fjcH &--st.; August I ne. Packet Kit *many article for hal gmce by paying the cash The Subabriber has just received from Charles 28.Cl&mef Gabriel Priest recommitted.tr- '
away S ton 27. "
Inebriated to TH fc Packet Schooner F M PIUE. L SODTB asoflmenteoasi.Is in part of Dry Good, Fancy ;: Claimofthe'Adm'tsoftbeEsUteofFr -, '
S thrown the comply street with the orders, and"was 'jwici- Mailer,witrrun recnUrly! throughout article.'Ladi,*' Bonnets, Hat,, Cap. Shoes.- Boots, Gold Patent Lever, Gold L'Epine, S English, 'clsca Pt Fatio, Senior; reeomrAittedlli, M*
into
This certainly is a melancholy iih* iroinr. b.tweentheboy. Perls. Her fjardwsre, Cntlerv. Carpenters'Tools, "Ac. and of French an J8w1 s .WATCHES. "-- I ae.Adm'rsof" vEsuto.orGeorsdFterHlrecommitted.

: S reflection for philanthropic mind ; but actotnmodati me are comfortable and extensive. nearly every snide called for,too numerous to menton, Silver-Table and TeaSPOONS t LADLES f .- ; ij29.ClaTmofJaaaLeobardi.recommtted- "'

a still deeper lesson was to bo learned. The Travellers will, find this mode. of conveyanra as having received frorn, .New York, Philadelphia, Cream and Sugar BOWLS ; Sugar TONGS ; : -. :

S poor degraded creature, with scarce strength pleasant,Ito( t mor* so, as any.other now in operationS Charleston, and several' other placea an extensive as Rice SPOONS and Silver MUG$. : 20 Claim of.5uJtan5FnWi4Adm' oftba Es.

enough to raise hii head appealed to thqcompany -. between thetwo ports. -This packet always goes well, sortment,'and will continue to receive by nearly every JKWCLftT. S ,tate orrbInsaI1i.andLmvinciunby'i.coth.; : .

r by a reference to his former standing in society. bills.ted.ng never takes a deck load.. arrival goods of various descriptions, which shall be Fine Ear Rin s, and fine Cor1 :Jet. Pearl / -

"Onlv two yearsr ago," said her **.I was N-B*. Always touching at Savannah' whenever told if at cost. He does not with to puff but have and Diamond PINS and RINGS S S J3K Claim of Susaa FoCivAdm'sof; Arbina

: president of a Ban andan associate with John moderate_encouragement offers. the public to come and, judge for themselves, before Gold and Gilt CHAINS i Silk Guards ; Coral S Fallis.disallowed. 5 .5 S

% A. Welles, and the richest meo in Jefferson Avenue -uper1o Court En&trrn JHstrict, they purchase ehewbere, as they can save their mo- S.. Necklaces; Gold .Kaya.; Gold .Pencils ;* Silver I JX}. Claim of Prudence Plumaaer,recommitted.; -
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Detroit. But the system exploded and here S IN CHANCERY ,: ey.and eredittoe. JOHN .. HEDRICK.JYotiee. Knives And for fruit. '; 5- J33: Claim of Sussa $urphyAdzq'z'ofIsme.
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ami.0 WoV; Msnrin vs.Philo AndrewL5I'erkins.Nicbols, Joseph S a-great variety of." other Good, too an* Cashen. diallowed. 5- 5 5S
y. ; F. W (life merons to mention. F. J. QUINCY. ;.34. Claim of Peter
Bernardo Segui, and Dtonisia 8foL Segui.Adm'rorJoha Segoi -
: weeks afterdate St. _
I will apply the Augustine,Jan.22.1839. allowed. 55
5._ SIX to Judge of 35. ; -"

Increase of Banking Capital...-li appears by TTT appearii g from-5 the'affiJavit 5- of the complainantS !!of.Administiation County Court of Alachua' County; for Letflers -\S ) S S 35. Chum of JohaAihton.approved.:: %.
official documents laid before in Uie ab on the Estate of Hcxar-Aj -ro17CE. .. 36. Lazaro prtegayCIairo!
.Congress, near the < ve entitled .ethat5 PbQo Andrews, S : approved 4
Moax. late of undersigned'
S close of last session, that.the amount of banking Perkins :Jfich .band Joseph F.-White the said County dec. THe still selling LOTS on veryS S 37. Claim of tbe Adm'rs ofJoe.FIoyd.
VUVI* JUO April 18. 1839. terms in the approv<
GRANVILLE Village .
feadauts.iesi11- PRIEST.HffSj of St. *A"t. 5.5- .
in Siba.tisaS
S capital the United States and territories, has ibe Territory of Florida and TLere is jro LIKS'WHATEVM S .5 S
increased from within the Un led States. It ia Ottfmdthat artfteu Pitchers upon the! property they ZJj'*maoJonoWingate..approved.4 5I
January; 1811, to January, 1838, the said lr. offer for sale, and nnrchas4rs ;- p
i from 52, 601, 601 to 317,636,778 dollars; and for Andrews, Nie lols and White appear and answer the amended S FULL.assortment of Jn/rs/ Pitchers,Jars, and to KXAMIBC erit icaJly LIe TITLE are oSered respectfully invited L 39. Estate of Jose Pedro de Burgo, approved.* 4

t the four years proceeding 1st and st pplemental Bills filed in this cause with S covered Earthin Dishes, for sale: S tothenx.. ; 40.1Claimof.PWIipWeedmaB8r.approved.!
January, 1889, in four month) from the day of tbe April 17. T.LDANCr.- ** "
it had increased 117 630 dollars.1 first publication of B. E, CARR & COA ; .. f otMargsrirttAeostarecothmit*
,784 JOHN
S s this order' and' that a copy of,this order be pubiubed S April 2J 1839..-. -S GRAHAM, tndI.; .. ; -' -* -*" :

in the Florida Herald once a week during the above CJIX' weeks- JVoUce. : :. by bis Attorney..fKTOTICEi S --?,. {42 Estate of Sarah Petty, disafl w.d. -- S '

There U a society established :in Mississippi period Date thi.5tb day ofAprit. 1639. R5 -the Hon;afterdate the Court,of application Dan; will be made to -Six: weeks 'after date.'I will I -. Without lateresuv ?- .*,. -
called 3ROBTR43lOND County.,for letters J.1! apply
the REID ; to the
k "Society Independent Gallon Drin- 5'S administration; ilOfl.the.Judgeof the
j 1; ''k .' 'Jadge Court; an the Eatate of CUARLIS F. Srai Su Johns ,County: Coortof[ WDglter 'Cheese .
JMr Sup.
.. *, ..- s-v---.t : Dist.EF, DZILN,late of said Conuty.for leltars Administration .
S S.- 5, GIBBS, Clerk. Blaak County, dcc.S | Estate.of. MAKIA Moux on the I i 3 CASKS anpenor Cheese.' <*; ..

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