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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: October 25, 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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THE.GRIND limY 'F,rom.the hero York Whig.THZ
n_ + _4.C' ;Vetted KIgbt*,{and IB ioIabllitpoll, ,LoWER Gal .-.Frbm Lower Canada In r .'
of
: .. ; we one our preceding numbers we adverted rmiADELPHIA SUSPENSION. .
. :a_ '" '. :;Contracts learn that the > -. -
British Government
have added to choice ,the
whoa .the made by Sheriff of Montreal,of Weopublished in to last fullconfrmationot
These a.Postcript! our a
-. mm1.Ut m u8 :petr, whether argue that vested ngbts are'pro. another o (he Jong 1ist'6fatrpcitiesvthat would tho body bf the Grand Jury, who have acted: itfthe theReportw 'eh prevailed here.
legally vested should
: r noV re have disgraced the most barbarous nation on the last criminal court It that iunc he .
y J' itrattsasn'avatty member appears the ..dnyprevIOus 'of a.S spc Slon of Specie '
the
TUVRSDLY
; that| ,
t a un>e4hepropertyof;upreroe Individi pow als oft when State may lobe. On Sunday last;.:the transport shipZu/l ions of this body,chosen.and packed.by the devoted .Payments by the.Banks of Phikddphia, with a -*
publiceCoMtitution r'-ar-58
1l m. Jab sailed from Quebec,baving of and '
re liireaThus! mercenary servant bf an.oppressive arbitrary semi-official statement of pe reasons which impelled
exigency reads
AT.'me.DOLLARS jri* AjrarirM, X ATA j.'i Hitr: of..the JJhited States.' the unfortunate victims of the tender-mercies of and.:cruel..government, i have, not.been to 'that step. We) give below another '
'r'Wtl' 1ivANCL t'MNor shall Martial u\v.' These jnen havesuflered: the rig: confined-to the indictments brought before them statement of .those"teftSOM. We,are;.willing.. .'- .

.Aitcrtitemenit fat at: One ':IoUarper.quar: I rise widioutjust private property' L..i be taken for ..fuWtecmcrgeacy.Jwheh .ors of va Canada dungeon for nearly'year,.have 'by'. 4t vGeiiecjttOgdccti: ,Wehavubeen th Ba'tilr ;and" tliIltettesw[t t f j..,,'

for the Brat itiaeriles;'II1d fin! C nU for each si I.i.: .'hm ".' Jtr, been' dcprive .; Aydlrialitxcept'.by.lCourt Maifctia rotaheedetc 1Y.thalZl'great number.of people should be:heard, rind certainly if a:suspensioavwere I {
I ., .erd+nrekIaiaproph "Sa'aadcradleatbsi : to) tom( a ri ;and nptr'ar@siuUn,t -a distant part oftie' : :(Tories)had. bear summoned ; ;t'be regarded ai a mere matter or policy" ", .
.qQ.re)f diiconnta .ed and private! prope, ty,i|often jreiz world into slavery for Jife,1fts if they had kbeerr to a.pp>arbe btq3he.Grand.1J ry.'i-, From: this and convenience,we wouldsajfttPhiladelphia.
theMlYho'dVtrttae b1 be : a 13roPtewithout U e consent of the guilt of the ni&t hcjnbus"offerices' The ate move inistcr. "be > tanks have* I
Fear : ovvperut t some- projects were to aqticipa done right We: have no doubt,that ,-
.,...,... .its eienification; is'xionstantly of all .
: ; from the L
., carried Into :' ages gray.headed'grand nthe of ted So 1t:;provecl'ti though;rdeliberations:, 'hiladeljfhjVand 'with,her the whole country,
fn.'fI\'tnRW' '- practice is far morfe extensive. Hv- 70 to the,beardless youth;.of 18. nd 'what"b of the..Grand 'are '
*. >v; .e' bill for Jury ( always:kept Jecret; we .experience'speedy'and and sensible relief from j
..." : tolas; a a rantQBd-tumpikftorcaQBJ: ;; : most horrible of all, 43 of them arc married and have learnt that i is,body::had found and repptredtrueibttls this step. But if this consideration is to overrule ; ,
thd
.. UK( ua' _. '' ..:: .:' tike the provision authorising land Corporation to leaveCoehind; them' in'raSeryJand ,sorrbw-199 ; ofHighTrtdson( 'against'a'number err--, h Jg" Ijhy 'not say at 'once-" We owe ';;;
t Alulbow i nth'che.J eati''tJl. J .r trek wherever:quantity. requir for their work children! 'T'woAmericaw citizens,'.Dr. New of indivihkals absent from the rrbyihcew Among "Two' Hundred. Millions Europe-we are-

How bib tie year* along .:_"''"k J for thislafl4 aY/cboosqo'aVreasjOnablo' n n'>it No, and>"to pay combe'of Chateauguay; arid & Mottof; ,ATburgh'inthis this,number. 'jare'several,whp'certainly,took no, pressed for payment and find it inconvenient :=t
"tv pric v { ri l1t. State-werebf the number, .,'The part in the last troubles. .K to comply we will cut the .
Scare ereljeJ gone r b1..I"w ''i .J can'bo rnore}decidedly "vested J'th Df the matter short by re- .
right Brstnaraed is 64,and the latter;42 years of age -'We give tho'names.'bf' the". 'against fusing' to ,
payunlii.it convenient""h
Tbeouro'en of R $ z r. /. :-.ti.J',:. _. of the owners.of the,soil to the r:'property",'but ,both persons isperfectly,
: having large families. And this than 'whom the .
worse Und would
r mnd'Jury hts9 true billy; -- ,doubtless afford greater relief than .j
Beeebtkihood.-ywjiliBiuI maiihnoil ..to' they,must. tI ,
pae; obey e arbitrary ,d< mand-pf public Goth Vandal '
barbarism is committed
*
'. '>, in' the'10th : C.Bcausoleii; C.H.O.Cptei.; he course-now'pursued 'f.! But would it be \
,_ And age with f error!'d brow Jj: :l '_ 'convenience.sVurms"are. cut tw ,'gardcM century pni: the sail: of Americauridec theeyes "-'T. S..BrowpPw; P smarzus,9F'. wise and just t.' course J .That is a question onvhichT a pi +t

Time wai-Tina'thaH,be, dathe. gloat--y' are qVerrun;costly'dwellings.ae:readejed"nn*, of' and as ifintended: ,;;as'ail insult',to,; thenatiprrwhtch :.;Drolet-'rJf ', J..F.Davignon;; .,' we must differ* frpra ,the ,Philadelphia > .l I

r 'Bet when tQim''it iN. t".'.=:';: :k ,0-1. tenantablftby and the dead being cut'on from their:ground; had to wring justice frontthesame: .. 'UGognoz.t'," :.. Bankers. .,t
A. ""-: .- ." ; even .disturbed in'their resting haughty oppressor at the expense of the best.and ; ''M.'IIeber '.,, "r;'.1-l"KMu.lhio: / We presume, however that the true state of

jjjV 'Tine li die Cf. but of chsgi;:: t I filacesall Now the remedyfi8'a just r pcns tJOrLt' Choicest:;food of;tier"citizens.yhat reply '1:s JJacgties;.\.-f..t.--: .Y. :'J.'MacDonnell, ., the case is this; the Philadelphia Banks and mer-. :.t

: ,;.;* vNp present hour, ,(U ifounJ, .% $,..--1"' %*' "", ". .reverse the'caseT t re.h:ve"seen that for; 1Yo.t1! .hay been\madeby'anypne"of.\\ ; ; ; sages A."Meriz2i,.= '/z" "'*' s'',Robt..Nelson,; chants are unable tomaintatn Specie'Payments. If
pHbU6convenience the
fe .. Thepiul- ibefututeClilharanra-' .. .> / .,\r I theirwork' railVroiid authorized comipariy' "itfjcajnstructicg who grew gray and careworn;carrying, our ,E.v DO'C llagbtn, --""Trudeaw;v they*wlU just say so '.without: circumlocution. 'I

.\duca.alag"V"Jo t .roandw, ,,.f.I1 .jVb' : gafd all privat rights:and vraa,we hw to dwRJ?' Infant nation thro' her lifotruggleLwith imperious -14."J;.Papirieau .r *-* .Ft Trepanier, .we.will admit theirexcusejUf:,be valid and their ,{
> .
; property'so and blood : : ''J-...
thirslyiiEnglariaV, 'what would : : course justifiable. .When his
ibeau a 'man
"tcalou can'fp.\y
(
i'J.Or.1I1. -) Uod's atening D01-D lam a Z !e4"'i ,t... of destroyed their .thatmen.were' driven from,'the home ahypne.of those veterans,whose'blood had been '*Now we ask'' the'Grand'Jury, how they can debts he can'ahdthere': : $ no more to be said. ..
,, this
fathers( .
constantly in
happens
j thick
0ut like"water'on
poured ; every field'where k redcoat have found i fficie testimony to bring'accusalions Many.man is'in that predicament who is per.fectly '
ions :
.: re of re'cmall re, ... +1".I.. ly settled cc ntries)r Well
: .,presbntlyit becomes to be met have said
1r. ."' .4 .. was ,bad they been told of High! Treason against several-ef those .solvent at bottom and; only.needs time to t
'Wbr '. ; : tJ. expedient for the state to the
,1 ace, eathroaed. -..t,' ..'. .... ..,, 1 t't'. ,.' it not do'so upon paying assume ii'Jusfcbmpenssi.tion ,railroadmay ..: would lhat within have half beenshippedirom a; century whblejcargoes America into of men whose names] we; have relation' gIven v .: ':First theiraccusations 3yevery- farthing.Banks.' '.We hope i it; is so with, thoPhiladelphia ;
perpetual must have to'jho troubles'oflast ; :
.
,,; 'Theo', P.lcrlDJl1.J01'. .n -.li&!: .;.f') : '.; Can tho Company d.that an actor slavery.by the same, power;*they had so fail,'and it is notorious that"several of the I It is proper to state that the Commercial Bank .

I- aT"mieao'lontetlud l l' t \ ,, .;t:... the .Legislature' givesiit strong er;right to the fiercely resisted,and that too for no"other crime persons'agafnsl whom the'Grand, Jury has found I of Philadelphia, which, at first attempted to 1

I '. .Bat bcnceforth_all thy Lopes rind fears. :J/J: road; than, i natural'toilhe-riuid statu jaw. gave the than that they dared to strike.blow'for freedom rue[ bills,*hare totally:abstained;from taking'any maintain Specie Payments!after!tha others had .

f. -.. From 1A nh'., fI'-ftIoD' wean.. ", .'.,' original proprietors built 1Ve land ipdrrwhicEtheroad Think you they would"not have cursed their pail. (whatertt folilicsiforiri6rrikan a-year.past.J suspended,.was obliged to knock under, after a 1
'that
:".f '.' To God!kt votive accents rue ; .. : fvas say tl e wbole'cprpos whole posterity d they so fit 'degenerated- as And as to antccede'nt eventsVLord'lJurham's stand of a'few hours. The bare. attempt redounds .
ration systelitjof the United Sta Is" -
: ,- : ; es hollow to have permitted so foul a disgrace to be entailed ,of last: to its honor.
\Vitb Irutb-widi vinuft lire i,j: ... proclamation October, shielded them .
J ." .Corporations arc all at the mere ,oftho'pe ple upon America 1 Vould hot a blush'of shame from aU *Here follows
$,all the bliss that Time denies,: througlitheh.Lcgislatu ; prosecutions for their:past conduct.It Philadelphia manifesto No. 2 ;
speaking
*! ..' .. : cs, because the have crimsoned their honest, war-worn-cheeks to s '
; sY pp that the ihfentipn From
shall of this the gazette.
.
z lUernitr !It. Philadelphia
( people' nave never been ,
regula parties to the could
-' ,they;have supposed their?. descendants jury; acting the wuII the IMTORTAKT
-. contract of a charter r.but even had the peoplein would have witnessed such packed by >f authorities! MOVEMENT..- We learn that a conerence --
A few since barbarity without at is to create new prosecutionsand. to notify those of delegates of the! different Banks and-
years an ngcd clergyman in a whom resides thesovercign' '
>wer delegated least an honest E
p burst of
New indignation Yet so it accused that.they have to return to Canada and of the Board of. Trade of1 this held
England town, speaking of tho solemnity to a Legislature thc authority to exclusive is! .Th- city was .
1 I jrant accursed spiritof Mammon has so that if they fail to do so; shall be condemn.ed last at hICh'It
; attached to the ministerial office said that during privileges to, any body of men might not the rivetted chains they evening, was determined as a
< firmly her this.once independent
the whole term of I upon by default, and their properly shall be confisPalnote matter waUy.co1tCmai the safety and prosperity
t forty or fifty years that]I btate assume at will the rights c nd property o f nation and British British Ban- -
'j ,, capital, pt Burlington nadien. the "forthwith
" he had officiated there Ins gravity had never but ; such a corporation upon paying a just V% k C of community to suspend specie
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compensation Kers nil uriiisn -
.0 nave so
gum the.
: once been disturbed in the pulpit. On that occasion | i ,even though it was a Ban jc authorized to ism of Americans that sappca patrIot- payments. This resolution, with one or two exec -

;'t' ._ while engaged in his discourse, he noticed i mabufacture that valuablefPtPBEQfZ co .modity, .o \ any thing r .the. tyrant' l The n.ii.late, ..Dr TI:'Wilson rtnt-pirrtrjn, senior nj fellow i. j mnr ofTrini.ji' ifSXunimself t as-pb lf'ctJ o't1..

p a man directly in front of him, I Icaninc pyerjhc.1 I j 'CZ, } it'netcTso'iojulUng'and'contdmpi was to-day. .
> i M i '** '" ' --* f ; verr fond of quizzing and puzzling
' ." rJ1icrganery"viitKsoniahlog n labia hand.1 Perhaps the most imPortant't aise 'occurring tuous, is bowed to in submission.' If we progress the country people'who.camtj: to inquire.after It is unnecessary,.as it is impracticable, to go
iwhicti he soon discovered.to be a'Hugo quid of within a few years between:a" Sta e and a'corpor : at this raid for fifty years longer, wp tremble la I their frienas;or relations': in.;the college. One suddenly into an ample elucidation of this great

tobacco just taken (from his mouth: Directly ration, was that of the'Charlcstiwn Bridge. think of tho fate of our posterity. day seeing a man standing in the court with a measure;. It sufficient to know that it is. not .

:. below sat a man v lio was in the constant habit This Bridge connected JJoslon ai Charlestown. ,But have thoICanadians done otherwise than letter.in his hand gapingand staring about, and one of quick and 'desperate immaturity: it far

,. of sleeping at meeting, with his head thrown I.the latter' had become suburi: >'to the former others would have done ln.simil i'circumstao.ces not knowing.where to go he walked gravely up 'one of cool, reflection, of' well.weighed facts, ;
r.. back and mouth. wide open. The man in the the bridge was thronged like a oroughfarethepayment ? Have they done aught else than their oppressors to him and inquired'what he wanted. '. .well-descried results-which, in any event _
gallery 'was engaged in raising and,lowering his I of toll it was a i inconvenient,* themselves would. done had their '
. a upon ,have i The man; answered. Sir;can you tell me can ''scarcely fail of afordln reliff where before 3
; hand and (taking an exact observation; till uflI' last, and vexatious; as if a toll bar b id.bcen'placed situations been reversed}'
. #} having 'ifr.ght ho let fall the quid of tobac- across any principal street off th scity.' Public in proof,6f it ve copy an'fextract'of an article "-Yes,"!, said. the Doctor ; 0& do ,you .see that ; '.confidence. Of the main niomentuip to a

' :; > : co and it Jell plump into the mouth pf the sleep.I convenience demanded fro bri ge-thq Legislature in'th, .Montreal Courier, an /ltrJ.Tprf and loyal building before you 1" this. point,. operative in both hemispheres we 4

' .."., -'cr.. below;' The whole scene Suns so indcscriblubly authorized its J being I built alongside the paper!edited by.!ah Englishman. L'Weask'[ Aimericans HYes," propose to speak'briefly. ', J

: ludicrous that for thefirst and last time in old olio nnd.it"was".built-the.tol' < "bridge 'plead ,to peruse It especially.,.thosoTwho' :. Then crucify this quadrangle, and' take the The affair is not one of'choice by the Bank., k

;\ 0 the pulpit, an involuntary fcrhile forced itself upon vested rights"and a tremendous I iw suit ensued. always,ready'to side with the British against 4helYench ,diameter of the plot:beyond it ;f enter /opcn. but of'necessity- neccssity.not arising out of ,

C, die countenancCef the preacher. 'The".unexpected mighty aflairdid, the lawyenrrtake'of.if All -for we have no uoubt many such areamong ing before you'and ascend the.ligneous grades ; the)lack of power to continue specie payments, .

intrusion of>o up palates ble] a morsel the.opinions that wisemen or:blockheads bad us. ,There is one consolation\hbwevcr;} :then turn la your,left, and you will find, him either but of preservation,under the form of keep ,
yM +awoke the sleeper, and be never WBI' known... to'' written down ,for-the;last ''thousand years were they'are the same men who sided with England pcripatouting in his cubicle dormitating inbis ing the specie''from beingf[drained out of tho I .

.{ indulge,. IQ J racUce afterwords ; : -I Ipi rakedup;and read to thd,Court z nd all that the against our O\rQ"government in' times that tried lectuary'or percscopounting through his fancstra. country. .

; ft . \\'as.'riUeri. down in'other, books, to be .refbrred the souls of Americans. \ ."' .- ?*: ". The. necessity has its ehiefcause in the revulsion .- '

"t'ill; JIUIIJI IJ'y i turned.AttronomerQn. a .late clear I ..to. by,other;'blockheads or a thousand 'extmct'which we quote'below exhibits sa :'j-The poor' than,- who' understood oth'o f of the.opium trade of jtho Chinese, a tradeorVsayV .': ."

r"" and. bright evening,}when the.s ky.\vas studded years to.come.unless our C courts earn to govern specimen of.the spirit which.has always acj ,this, and remembered not one word but the last., ,MILLIONS The instrument of this ... "

if'. ,... with a,thousand', twinklcra, wo policed two ,Hit tbeir'dccisions more by equity, i n \the reason tuated the British Government and British party said, and'pray, sir, what is the fanestra I trade;-is known to opium The drug can no. I

. I-:...+r "bernians, the Park, ,survey ing'tho'.' ,wonders o fofold andessbytherdecisiofts.oV: .opinions,. in Canada' since the conquest of,the Province.. '" 7T6% which/ the Doctor.:rcpli<',."it.is 'nn orifice )longer be:occupied''as an hrticle ,of exchange i"
'::. the heatens. ** ; fools dead and gone -but it i ways appear Is it wonderful that the Canadians.should rebel. in nh edifice to admit luminous purticles! with that=people. Specie, therefore.must take

, : .I.wondhcfH ''raiil Terry;' what can bur the ed to us the case'wns remarkably. simple. ,aDd: ; 'when such a spirit s not on ly always been'expressed KO,,thank Y IJ,"- said.the, "feJow. moperplexed I the uofjt 'The Bank of England fairly ti

two of jso many thousand hundred sthars; as:we' admitting of no argument but acted upon! Should we hot pronounce than,before.; .'***. rereeled' under these tidings] from ,China-and .J ,
.. sac now at all.at all 3' A ,"-1" In the first'place the bridge, a ,.'private prw- them tame-spirited\ slaves did they not-- Even 'I was forced to make loan of the Bank qf France, .fj

? i '' "Use"J">aid.Paddy,,"why what a,blockhead.'yt ertrigbtJinie, been taken,bj; the. .State foV the 'worm will turn upon> the- .heel that crushes it .'_ .''uteriof\ the'-;II" SndMr.' ..'Head'o ", ,4 the author of'1 and into the issue of two pound notes. The balance .

-. are,Teague r Ivery one ir them same sthara pu lib wsr.upon paying'a/urt ccmjKntatwn,agreeably But to the"extract i". : '"North.American/:Forest Sc nvno; ,of tradebeing against us demands camej .
It' !'that,'ye 'lip; whethcr'.v visible "or.tnrmWf isso to the constitution.' Secondly,no Legislature 'If,' the French 1 are.'deprived of'political powr- winter on.the shores Kempcrifeldt Bay passed, ahoutlet a ityer; here for specie,and every packet ship went : .

'm any.DU.7 .... "'1 >* ..-i .. can deprive',me;of my pro ,the right of cr,. they will bc.hnpnlcSs'we;shall be farbettec of Lake'Huron,. has described.fn but carrying away from[I,,half to 'a million of 1
a
"" crossing'rarer in any manner 1 please, provided friends in.cbnsequencei 'l'h French people manner the various very'pleasing dollars. This was the great cause of tho late i .
natuml
: .Dppenr ?
I own the banks, orthe. ppprictbr of.the arenot British in 'our' Banks'" discounts the Banks I
:j; MiKe.ana.i3ni ourscir'.tnai can bejaftherH .worse than the; ;as men!as ces and eyents.,that give, interest to ah.aoode m stricture i
,* Idling me hqw-they make ice cramcs 1" ,' 1YV I banks consents'tom, passing pvc his land. The Christians us moralists' ;:vin the;various relations those frozen;:regions;; "I wa," says' hei'M.occa.aionally'surprispd ; could not discount paper;; because. their"mucs.11.
> Legislature with the consent of the'pcbple of'father,son,husband, Brother, mel upon them,directly,for specie.
M In trotbJI* n.do' they not bake them -in r they are equal ; .byS un ;by thewind, rode, ck. t.
cowld. oren, to bo'shur l" : grant to individuals the.etclusiright of erecting we bear no ilUwill, nor Hatred to the French, scribably-awful" ,nd.Vhether.the vast :The merchants were bleeding at every pore. k
a a toll bridge;Disestablishing i (ferry,and. demanding limply because'thoy :: .. 1 Trade and commercecwefe I.
. __j---. *\ .- r,. .ore. /French ; we; ,no sheet of ice wasfrnaae tq'vibrate and.'bellow,, 1i.1Cmllr'topped.I.
.' Thej toyjh'at the jcasbn the a toll front! passengers f but.tbalcan. hatrca,to.them .US9.1hey rebelled, and arc like the .opperVhl 'generates the thunder;. Td'aid, as for aspossible, the Banks (or some of :
why practiseof; not .interrupt my' natural right r fibbing 5s tar > a fine is imposed stage cif, rushing through
prevalent
. provided I use my tbntcyimcei'whether belierJ've shout.be. flit : of Post-notes four, or six,
\ b Clubo1 opt rltahly 'among intending, cracks arid fissures thb noise I will theform payable or .,
Lazy some ot the northern citon.any prod ', not
a:- I ford acres in lit 1 water sup :!' the time
rs4 a carriage ow (
do
passenger: hilh'lJf'.ff.a1ti-, we bear.lia- still eight months ahead hoping by they arrived ,
less describe
of who bo found iiotpretcnd-lo the
jneiiibers .various
, c overSastea" may round" tlie poeiug; the brIdge'near tido. wet< r,). or swim a. tr to them at nlLi But wcccrtainlyr'dr fully: intonations Jhat say struck:upon'the dreary maturity, that the] pressure might become 3 : .
. _.. 'l1 .. cross,'or.crossinmyown.boat'. or lay'Blanks determined to keep them roue enjoying the elective. sound wandered from jcarA relaxed. But this did;not afford tho relief !I (
undulating
, '. .iI.weU unders .. across;and walk"oil.them.: Nor can any law franchise, jf;,vt can." pefplexing! :the mind to ,whence point to-it point," Tho merchants, manufacturers and'mechanics*

1 t. 1 In tbis,Sta prevent my'allowing.any person choose to'pass 'whither/ whether imagiiw' cam;. were"yet; suffering. .This suffering was not confined -'w-:
went subterirane.buWson"ietimes'
,t II1Y D u. i soya. "There In'\my boatior mr.mf'.planks; p vided he goes : A DESCENDANT OF WILLIAM .\V wa.-At pr ; : aerial or: to this city. New York felt it under all its .

; 'Th. Pc9 Esp p..c1d. : tough o ut' Pennsyljr /rerJyand without.charge from rne.. Therefore Baltimore.met'and conversed, with .an elderly Zikelow nioaniogsVand the forms "of severity, 'as indeed did: all cur cities
into
; .; lt vase ga rna groan under wo the citizens Boston, and Charlestown might gentleman of'.the name Wallace. In early sweJUifg .toned notes,':'as ifproducetbvsome and'the:ichole t
country ; ,
;
; / lire obliged to bear, and Some have built their/r.bridge with >Asking: any life he had attended'the classes 'at 'Edinbur h,' Eolinh instrument; it being in foct,>n 'f '
": Entertained.of their breaking"r '. bod?t permission,*unless ihe plea of interruptingthe and,;'Studied' ,under Dr'-BIack' and'others-, lie ed Irthe metaphor bosom ,the voice:b:,:winds imprison. done 1' The Banks'areI'us'!'as.good, and better '
Thisniht.IJist
1 i navigation of.a aver" was b-ougfit :against boasts of being, the only ;remaining lineal des: ened"for'the ofthe-deep. and more solid,under a season of suspension,asunder ; .
'My dear, whatfshall we name our' babe!' them; and the people: mightlhave., passed hand cent of WmianxW-allace, and still uses the ; first time,to what was now perfect.ly its opposite. The obligation ,to pay out '

,. 'teaid'Mr. Smith f o,Mrs. Smith the th day.. repassed grinning at the idle.toll gatherers on arms and motto of that:hero. lie mentioned tome I new.t rhci"although, :'experienced its repeti t. specie;to be taken out of the country,no longer .
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:' I Why hush, I've tettled:on Peter.1 tion on "many subsequent 'occasions,'when. thtemperature e
R= f the old bridge '. that he was 'o 1cein"nn engraver 'shop jn '' existing; their speciejremaihing secure in their !
>Peter! good Lord i'I never knew a'man with Vested righbDndthcinvJQlnbi if ofcobtmctS Edinburgh, giving the'requisite instructions: for feinstiddenly.- vaults, and tha-civuse"thatjforcod teem to suspend \ ;:
'the;.single name .of Peter who could earn his his.seal-when the Earl :. ,
bTBuchan
" I being made .regularclap traps >y those; who cutting who discounting, 'being' moved;a relief can Ji
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'Ve1l + ;;: *' .J shbuldjinderstand? them, but,who : wo believe d ; .presenJtexaniined.the''anTis Anegro one.day tumbled putrpf: window' i n now be extended to a suffenng people; by relaxing f

,. ... .,$' then,.call>im SaZt1Petcr'f' -, / .1 not, we wish Jhe 'people,tbjundei stand how;' oandprottoandsaid,>'Sir/tnerex is only'one"family New Orleangiiiipon the. payement.thcreb upseting their orders for:curtails.'as' well as bysuitat t

" .. .'. Bait.A CliDptr.1. they"m reasonable,\arid. when they are hum.: remaining entitled to these,and that family is 8 leAUen13.f1.vboVaspasslDg_ ; by. .puff go. ble aids throughi'dtscponU. '. t.
.....'. ,' I bugs. : 'Iii"Y !' ,This" confirmation,ot leis "inn'Ok up iin 'and tur iiiiftoth'gentJem sniduH '. .JJut. brides the':Tofdgo Demands for specie, '1.
.' : *:. \ "-"rateditwie A. certain. reverend, ''who : cent' and praise worthelaims'fronrthe\ : *lips hoPeyou'll excuse dis time,I's not in du habit o bit the recent\firel'IO.New.yprk' and in this city t
. is not member of the ,Ho who"maintains the right tl ough cbuntenanced of I utreyou isn't Defack js..1 was fns aside! p.. '
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a temperance society, be i a stranger; :rpusthayef; gri'enhim 'great' have "rnado a enlt for the ief'of, the sufferers ;
'f lately 'asked a dealer to by the few.-.and'oppose i be-wrong; the satisfaction.. is cheerful and4reamrndata big skeeterwasabitten tae:.' '
gag by purchase some He a.very ,communicative under all ,theta terms,'for4t least one million J
" '1. .fiDe.old amaica, dryly answered; "To tell you !' sanctioned by..th many; must, forfeit' all expec old gentleman and! was.VrealJr'jleased.tQ:; I west to fotch hun a wipe,'and Joss my baan c;;: and' 'half of dollars. Thii, is an addition to the .

,'.: .. the'truth,Mr:,I canna say I'merr fond o' rum,:: tationsofPoPularity..Ull there hall nduct.betesa'censure .And to interchange a friendly "grasp 'with ,'.hand, the ,and, down I oine.. _, J Da's'w_ 'rriy C ;fall rose.VEEP .; previous} 'pressure. The, calamity: required! to
than in humanwhen : ,
applaud
'. Tor.if A take more than six tumblers, it's' very': veinsOf which"might be'ennchecF even with 'a be,met-but'the Banks could not.meet this addi-
::' me headache." this is the case, the 'millem ium .\yilllave.dawned. of the Wallace Dzrasesock-A't'S inf 'n d.1is
: aapt tagi'6, ,a J 'or'CO : drop blood-English'TraveI. ant' tionardemand\except at the Joss of just that much .
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.' .. -I. ,ICt..c 'v. '' :. : master that his house was'on fire--J'Go and tel 1: of. specie to'Jhe'country. < .

Th ea-.Willou jib Ban .at'Bropklvn' by'! Dsnxct: or A BICAJHST.-A ,djuitchman's defence : '" your"mistress o( it/T:says. .he-"I. dontmeddle' There' .is BreasuspensjottrY ;.'relief .at!! the. bottom of this

,Mr.a A.Willoughby, under our,General'Bank i upon ah indictment for bigamy; is.now get. /Tho' woCs'of. ,human> life are relative ,This with- "'wilh'houshold.affairs., __ ."-"V. V .Let.the people regard in its true
:.: log Lat+r'has.been' wound upAby the proprietortrhbfinds ,'' ing the rounds-of'the papers. W;.dc not know sailor springs from his warrn,conch to climb the / "-' ** : ""* light and itwill be:everywhere applauded.,

: the' business un pro titable., He says it ether it;;fa.a 'new story,' but c ertainly it is"a lc" topmast at midnight without "a*' murmur; Atone of bur fashionable watering places,recently -. 'The means required for rebuilding our burn.

r' :' .Ho hM.paid every thiag'brit.about' .OQO of iheircnlation .Terr.ingenionsdefeace. while the ,rich merchant complains of,the .rat happened self-im OrtAnt foreigner;who, ed districts both' beret and in New York, can

I ", which will e&h by any.bf the "Yousay" 'said'',,the udgeK at ',the'squires lling.cart which distuilis his'evening's repose. upon'hearing the dinner bell rune at.half-past how'bd had-and'all this will be to. set thousands

r' ; Banla,,and Is, speciftJly'deposited for in one of who married you to the firsiwifeljauthirre you In tim ,of peace' we. head the breaking,of a: three o'clockexclaimed, is it possible you dine i of mechanics and working men to work, w"
' 4, the Banks.:- This fe winding, \'e1'7.c1ever1r.. to take limen'Vhat'd you ineanbylhatl" bone; a"melancholy event/'-.;b't1t in war,when at this early h our in this country' Vl yIbavej must. otherwise have remained idle. .1 .

r4' w'F' J& 'Wflloughby tt a.,.Banker' of much, expencnc /'Well,'said Hans-he; Bold i 'that I should we.read of the'slaughter of our neighbors, and not been used to dining tillseven or eight ;c! It seemsthat the suspension of'apcc'agents '

aadt ct, ends capitalist; .hspect Beak, hal lour pctter/ouf vorseroitrri; erifour boor: thousands ,of the enemy,',.weclasp,our .bands is n ODor' h4 i r .l in this Stale, so far ai it has i mo 'i

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'. Testerdey refulfed.payhtcnt r;its. oti'I ,liayeuspetdcd 7ill of give youjfpr 1\ siraw: ; of Polish emigrants resident here waited.on his protect t thpir. chieItheOntcstwaa' .. ,. -shbrtjj.jj'
\. ME." .'J K t it," andjhe: opium smugglers,.thoseab'iarogucs' "respect.. To the Editor f ihe&AugusneJIcr: M: I''Ro Highness the; Dule: of J3usse -prcsent roul4unarmed.and.ihnninsfpMcttsca. ,.p: 9r d,. -

A forPhfladcphlzt' py .. 13,c.i9 W d4 : ';'of'Canton, 'weird: not 'all sewed up Dna SIB':-Will you have the goodness to inform *. to him an 'address of thanks for the i4tercst he ndTemLod, '."
what authority inserted my beenknown'td P """- -A.
'ter only n vnil4bla.rnCDsure .or..snhfAUOn. iI me: by .you ha.s'nI\Vnyis' take'm'jjielaflairsofPoland #" .
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bubtpouO it ,vo Ll. at"t: : 'dlj1itb,',of h m (% name 'as the:. .ndidate.of. the LifeandTrust; ,.and for presiding on a recent,occasionover hirlngsfutished8jne \vi1 : l1l.t fpp

"ilver.in a ..ftm9Q. .,r n::' 'J.D tlt f JifJ:Brw. 1 Dan Ie.. Ybyr author.has either..stated vhat he. the'great. meeting held in.this metropolis, 0i. : : ';Of1ho 'l. des. wer i': ?

(orJc. Two m'tbonl1.ot'sp mb8t 1nc\itnbly .,,.'! ,,. AUGUSTINE : ,, knew. nothing, .aboutVrhas beeifguilty. of.falsef for'the''pureareviciiibzied sympathjr ,cieNhraunt. -n et'v_ .. :ful n1ui. :'S ftAdiS ,
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ton did'within go.from..Dpe.onlY,4iE\i :,titu1i9n.9| .1": ." rI ay.- October 2. n.lSlO!. :oI. never had, 'any'thing'>tp'dp;.with any; ->The' followingyreeitracts-Jrora the answcrpf 1.' _' _'t. .'" .

a month asuOiCwmrshVracionil ':', t'JPrUttiplcs. and the>'Peoplt.' ', : Bank iQ thcr-Tcfritpry 'not own one dollar .the RaId Duke :. .;;, .;<; .., ,.: '' ? / '.-r. dg lt W bfit. ;'.'

t. !parts cfdolIarsundeifiy,'a tbeoaiige'uH: .cra in stock-never bonowcdone dollar of'money. ;. ; Iplca'ded i l ypjiir'causo'a! 1. tmoSt; of? my cpblican 'upan'th ,h atht

..:T onadbllarV-xvill: cqttibu&to Repaid silver? ;:: ,Opposition- :ri'! m toaatkinalDa.nk: : 'Platform,as faugbtwh,: would npp rVeii.trange1htt'the: gentlemen ,:i po\.e.", nsideIg it oiic of'asacred nature' as of human,JtteHy,,shbuld. have bmmaade !aj5p '
i'his is fairly" presu ma bid thcrobcin: h ,notes'd aying, the management of any1 pfjhe.Banks connected Christianftyjtsclf J.u which allThoei1ationsofEuropc 1
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< 'danger to our, free instijtutions and the liberties ofthTpepple '. with +|c.tiitDX! ppts.: ;Thwe. _*&*
"nJeMhe tl should nbmiOdte aperson'.whpmth6y'did not '
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Do rca the Or iD .1ror.1 i\ itromhgM| >wfer-OYe ;the'T geneijil 1.currency'andbusiness : ? kntfwjtfor npVthepIeasurfbflgaC ; are deeply: implicated J : .Gehtle: s i Atnerican -"
of,1thecouiitry.T-Opp iti6n to quaIDtcd'wJt: those'who have,the management. :meniycu'r i insurrection was jiqt Vrevplutjpn;?it tri i. ongressi;i iI %
Sazette-read it over !twjcS wrherewaVtf; .time'tvhcn thepro? of.the Life and Trust-Bank -: '. : "%' for th :restore turn of tJpurTrights truckUng .to the powerbf
i tmt..n nki g>S"Stem,:.as idHccti int principle : was a contest J l : ry; ) .
such a sapfriatfve icce of bnnbGgiv'otudhave .iind un RrifuJ lit.'iiracticci'.nnd"rcquiritfg-a radical :But this"was done to.defeat jny election and 1 i and liberties'03 an independent nation governed a'an" "riIcaR.n' 181b'. .,

: gulled the puUfcr-that.tjme! was; whcn.theyeople ; ,. 'rCfornt.;; !\total separation'bf fiscal concerns 'fa'ortha0(00: < of'inr opponents"?thVrcturns ;by paratemrn&specific laws, which*had ecn whicffl rove' froznneailyth( JYJ o :..

behe't't(."that the.re'tipecfafyi rogrtti: >vhotnnnago of thu.Government from, all banking institutions will show;hosv little effect produced, as thavereceived :sec n.d 't 'YOttnt: *the C6ngres"pfiyicnnar;:in seda th pia11a-.t1ie .
'i'Vi 'for4hc bf more votes man-all three .whoposedIiii. ,whicb ndjus*mcnt --- **countrycc.ope1'atcd, and tta1it1.b.
tho.flanks werebat tKcyccmea,q onr. ; cv bjest omntcc prcservatioh pur Y Sand '
'National Ilj1dcpcndcncc.-Ellcour and : .io i :. ;to which treaty itwas. apart .ofThesc you it pcrial.ror a, Caifio an. .purchase;. < ,
) Thanks the .
straig'htforwarf"Dcmocrotic
cot apd upright- to
did not
supportto, 'ill banks based u sound rinci. I, much r publishing what you I have bccndcprWcd. g tUUU ally and imprceti. fanmupjiipn .to prptect.h'is Vife }: :

press, .bad Y as tt.I is .suppprtoJ' ,;the ples-Vith; the! ability and isposition) ,at all times, : snow. -to be truCe"t.-. I bly,by:one cause or another, without'its, haying from) the,.br tai lust of ibfuriatvd. soidieVjC l '
pco}le'seycs are opened., :No longer do we see to redeem their) vbilfs in Gold and Silver, and"anexpress" I.hav the honor to'bb'sir, called forth the observation or remonstrance?of ..
Dank iniquity throtigli&glass darkly-wo sec It pro 'jsion in all bank charters,requiring :-Y ur'ob't crv't Europe,*although materially C7mcd, in and few deavored to do somcthingthe"Ameiv. .

plain and palpable in aUta naked''deformhy.Gracious *-? oniple sccujrity to be given/'to the State for Ikerrdemplionoftheir ALEX MARTIN. injured by tbe-eYenr" army1wris constituted' into a police overjl .

Heavens! has It como to this in.this issues intyccie on demand"and : We m dcJhe announcement upon public report 'Much' depends' p yourselves ; you must 'movements and American jails came ,

: {fhepePjietithlujcctionofafl actt ration. ;( which is-oftentverygobd.authority: but. be united; tbere must be. no diversity either jbf dwelling places-look to the fate 'Mii '
>' f-. ,lund of MVAijg.HQTftthat.a(:win caclicity. or to the control of the Legislature. acts or.of oughts'fY9U must think of nothing '!
!, wIth CBptJMartin can proyp it to be incorrect by hisyotcarncxt '. i who'k now sharing a felon's. doom in .
., ,. "yjllagc- are clothed J the'powcrf puthng To avoid fte necessity ofc/plaining principles but:of and for our siwcSfeaing
winter,if Ke cfibpscsfc As the Cajjtainlhas | for i :
: abroad pieces tf paper, which the independent daily to'the 1 federalists.who change.theirs pftenier name Polandftnust b< your watchword arid f onr jail dtaogjoo
freemen of the United States must receive in the :not yet borrowed 'any money, we should advise word of union. With such feelings there will of the.'old colonies iJsomehing id ._
thcn
wind
March ,
a Northern.
: many'of him not.to hazard'a'Bank vote until.they not,.be separation of interests; there' b a.field | 'to the spirit of liberty-4he l
of and silver, known
place gold : only money keep the
Loco-Foco papers _above standing (or every sort of Poland,for every one's abilities!
;u:the charter of our iibertles.'and.when thepa. at the head of their i c columns. Itis, a good one shell out ;.never_serve the devil on ,credit. 'Banks. arid exertions,but they must be all employed for government'says.noU-Sucti' were the a6i s.r

nent of these pieces of paper is demanded, :this Und may be roli 1J! committed to by pay. a. price for public_ : virtue, but.are. that brio and:same purposc-Poland., ." 'bfiSJT-' ; ; : J
memory
t
privileged .F&W are allow d'\o .anS"'eri,"yfe every freeman. .. quite indiflerentto'it after.it becomesi prostrated. What .a'yaluablecommodjty. is aympathf'ora he/autumn, of 1838.while theTinpre.culco.1jripcrmitted
have mattervitally ta Their. estimate.. of a man'. .. before"'and **after nis" ) of therefugees, counted ,.tbe miierieitb'
determined as:a concerning .distant 'nation.-it .costs.1. thwg and appears
the safely and prosperity of thV community!'*, THE, BANKS .or,NEW YORK ND"orriIz NOBm2IltiST"Jjr"S regulated upont1pthiple by ,which we admirable" :on 'paper\EvenV }blood royal migh Tbe ':inflicted :upon .their friends by an Mjiei4id 1

not to paytchal iff promised t iVjt in: a '1ii11dt of c'verr rsrkjcD SPECIE" 1'ATMENTL-Weim., value Ladies.- .We'-expect many converts to commend the Poles. r J"CSiSt nca.t TYr temp to nkc" iipoffboth t (- "auuioril|
plore jo6d l1)o'ptoclaim and live
| up anti.Bankrincip1esas'th&pa1r .bo k the.
, I KQUAL rights come to' this, that a privileged to'this sentiment.. With the confidence sup. .. saystWhile ny,'when the .commendation. : but .barren .EngUshthemore imxaoi "

FEW shall issue p z'/paper promising'ftopay ort o(Ihe cimmunityi our Banks can resist thq ."the lamp lioldi'ont to turn, /, -. ,' nd.scl Ss'words, ',while the samo,blood royal ned epedmUonsinto Canada.thej fai3ed..jdrclul j

a .thousand dollars ondemaiuand.with. i strong teude des to fol6wrth| 6 useful.. tin 'was thvengeance upon whoIun iIeS
'
, these piece of paper.secure.tho labor of laborers yVhy should we hot maintain"our high ArcyoUj'pr' are,you. not,'m:favor. of anyfurrthcr : Vindication of the..p rsccu'ted. Canadians. Out- because an':: fnvading furcobdcntertdihenj..$

tnd mechanics, to' build'fine houtttfund, xyhcn". 'g mpirid runnd Su N 3 p-cnson.wUl w York( vcno: help where us.there burin,:Eu-As' : issue'of BpNDStCaptain Martin. ., ,7Froui .' '.., upon suclr-hypocrisy Among' purselvra-we every- "rnan with.a French name"was" Je{ l *if

.the workman for hhreal .-J -.k ;. i' bet: '.Fathers and''son were dragged:',o ,
hardy .calls payment to domestic eliefj,'e shall:experience all'Trbmhe I" have for years heard meanings and bewaitirigsoyerfthe ,pO )
j 1 -the prfce of his services-is told;:.we.hiiyjj' :rhiladel! )hiaSuspension'that we'could by -:,- 'llioSoulIi.: "'"' ."> :fate ofP l nd.hat,gabblinghave! ; as a last scene".in thai 6 h 14)

..etermined as. a matter vitally concerning the; Ibllbwihg su U' : ..Alljth'relief that could be.liz l- ." '1'he' ""Wni .Gastoii arrived on. _Sunday:';'froin'' not heard about the uOfprunatePoles'-wh t 'bcbol rihc"JobOOn? pftEcir wives and s&Jatin 4'

and of the i' Ifrum..tS spcnsi n w.would be,'\transienttindiunstibstt : the Bntls fienHs,riot content; whh'colnaiS.; j
G afcty' prosperity community htiaL Let :us hold on sixty days Key. Biscayne"and pcstssouth, C,t. Harneyapassenger. I.anathemas upon the Emperor of Russia I but !7 Ai.i> .**$

in pay out delts! Is it comev to this, in this land lon l,\IJd, ':mrfjrrwffn 7U relief will beexperiehccd ; .1' The Colonel,we-are sorry.to say.ls" now, when'beneath' our';own .eyes-within: ptif tca-tsboundthercIatives withcorg p

;)f equal rights, that a privileged FEW'Issues ftVftt"of from the coming forward of the .heavy quite feeble after a severe sickness,'but is unbroken ,t'own reach;,tin American people arc persecuted .c&np lledthcm:to.l-: .i ztnessesf !' 1'h .

paper, which, are called'trpney, and with 'Cotton and Vhea\ Crop of the :. ountry. WOflayaJtin'wl In spirit. 'Haying" for months' ris1ed every. madness their property.devotedto, the flames fry,wiS a sheet:of flame" >night,.and li:dy!,,;

:his money buy of,thojnerchant silks, satins,'and BE JioficsrEJfsios.STAND: ,h all !possible, emphasis BT NEW,YORK.LET.TiIEXZ, is the danger, ,and: 'r scrted, to every means to ,bring their daughters.to the'brutality ofn foreigh' sol? ahd women and chirdreri with no'place ofrug&:

trinkets, to array their: daughters' who'neither I; watch word ; fet every good.citircn-let every the.Indians to friendly terms,he is now :'ready, dicry, and 'men for resisting these things'antransported crouched beside the embers of"tiheir'dwellings. i :", .

iM nor spin more beautiful than the Jillies i of.th,i ;. Wine,..at Icj ist-ponder.well sts' import. since'they will have it, to carry the war.against to a felonX'coloriy at. the.extremity .; .Was ..npt.this enoughJgallottu /tr1o, Ito

valley, and.then,'when' payment is demanded, ;:. Neio.York JV :. them-to the knife. The Indians had in Colonel theiarth.w.c.hear:no expressions-ind gna-. claimed;its. tribute,and. & w.fifhf" ,

unswer, *'we end determined at ,G.matter rttnlly In an artic lo headed .Monetary and premonitory -" Harney their.best friend"they will now find in tion. Oh no these people! are :too near,! .jf Americans art- transported BoianyBaf:

concerning the tcfely and pr peritrIU community : ," published in'our :paper of the 8th .of him their severest enemy. we.spoke,we: might(be called upon to act!, No,, :.All this has_occurred within sight ofthAther' :". .

, "-to j>lay the part of robbers and rascals,. I August, we stated, that there' was evidently Before-going to Key West '(which we men. no, say nothing about Canadians or Botany Bay; |canncs.. Did it rouse the natiorf as oDe ma-

" in order that we may continue, to I live in the avian brev ing among'Jibe Banks to cheat the tipned in'.a late paper r) the .Colonel told the In. but boast and brag how"we, would. prevent,.the. :to' avenge an ,outrage to the Western Hcrai..

.' :plcndid palaces which have'been built for us people .once more and positively' for the last diana that, if they wished for peace they must i h Poles from being"sent to Siberia-if we lived in sphere f Oh, no we can prove our devotion to

: : III the honest and industrious whom we.have time" ; and wo' also expressed our conviction camp: near the fort, where they could ,be seen, I I I the Ukraine. liberty by spoutipg upon the grievances of

J t uound down with our corporate privileges to an that it.was.it the power.of the New York Banks and that the ,officers might becomc:cquainted Out outupon this empty mockery-we hope Greece and Poland Let some corner of Kam-

instate as ignominous as that of the Isruclitcs intgy'ptin to maintain. specie payments though all tho with them so as'to distinguish parties ,disposed never1again one word of commisseration ,for schatka take interest in the affairs 6f the Canadians I

order that we may enjoy the gorge. other,Banks in the Union suspended.We to be friendly, from others, who" were coming in I Poland. What were these Poles Serfs and hey don't concern us-hod the Canadians .
,
QU3 furniture which, cost us neither labor or also c dined the positionthat. a Bank in ;i and out with no definite object. 'To the proprie- L slaves to .the nobles. -What were .the nobles 1 done so,and so, all this would not have happen. ,;

-,. ',,.-&-. L i1__ lit, i- mirh a Crisis ihotiU aanmn.yff pJl Uhn* tb* rtnW1aeynm-vurnrtITvftnutrrtluu2. -Slaves toJu-Ring Who was.thu kjngj TJietool 'I edlli.TheVmcii '." '
(Iarfinges ride Ufer.the people! who,made them- bankrupt customers of:a Bank wou d insist upon i and l' : *
they bad all disappeared and with them disappeared cTeaturof.some.ncsghboring. nation transported are- of no political not ?

i' { i ih order that, bur'wives rt daughters in.the.ir. a suspension, because would' enable the Bankto the consequences of'a summer's talk i which Intrigued for his election.. The' unfortunate w.hat 'cr : Two or three are small shop kttpers 5j

\ ttagc-play I drcs;in8y continue,to'INptJLTthe ,bo lenien and thereby stave off the evil day. i ing. This exeunt omnes.'was the closing scene of. .Poles"! :may be unfortunate en ughbut their the others farnx-r or artisans. No evil could

'h'cs and daughters of tbchiprighl and honest t. when the u pleasant announcement' of being General,:Macomb's' pleasant farce entitled .theM condition is as good*as it ever'was, and what I.have resulted f corn giving them. their libertjr
yo near nothing but what Aey have paid for j Is it able to'paY':c nlylO cents'in the dollar, must be the have the but
funny treaty, or bamboozled soldier. Tho they to envy in condftlo'n of their neighbors they arcshipped an example to' all.whconsider .
: ( pme to this in'this land of EQUAL rights,:that made.; and v esaid.the Bank. cpuld be under no
tragedy of.the war-dance massacre,proved ricar- -on one sido Turks-on the other Russians! liberty American { Ti
: 'hile the last bed, the last chair, and\theia6t obligation tb ese, people-they had been under JyafailureS,.; Why nothing at,all. rising spirit of liberty.in Europe'onot bo era.

< 'I oaf;Is taken from the industriout man,,:hen' he. 'daily'' obliga ion to LuTe Bank,.but,' we said, the ; '. Mark the contrast'wit! the. OO,by Ilie narchs-7-liow rejoiced musr"
George, the interprcter, (these.IJE'grocs have a' ? people of Canada, they .
:*|ifuses to pay 'bis debts, that a,few privileged: Bankwer, .u obligation to the bili-holier\vho! .. singuIarknt) : k in escaping frommassacrcssaystHat'pn'the :Americans born'and'alive tojhe.1 necessity of rartibnal to sec. U. -;-fettered in A rhericaV, < .
DRONES are permitted to run profligately in good faith in their honesty- had receh-ed.their i, ', -
1 libertyTher could .There will. be a ,day 'of
righteous
look
day previous ,to.the. dance, ..ChittotTustenuggee : .not upon Jthe -per
;!ebt, and when the payment' is demanded,ani -I I promises to j ay. as.cash. and that it should fulfill'I came several times Jo, Fort Lauderdale : morning suh: or follow its glorious wcr, *' WE hare+dettrmincd at a matter titdlly its promise t y paying him, whether its custom. '
: sky,without ammunUibnr from
looking towards pocurcims U \
in a canoe, to urge Lieut.'Tompkins to a-'noble familyof : the :
Concerning.the tafety wl'ro'F/j'f the coin m'u- era were the -eby! broken or not-v go.up to the old pickets (about two miles) to seeP 'republics stretching'! :.to:Cape Horn, U'; I ;bare_ handed':tiie'Vr''th. ., .
ai/y "-to hold'on to our ill-gotten wealth; and This nurs .ng. of sick chickens. is both smallandfoojiah which" had fromYtw"l ts tb ,
; .- a: bail.play' by. the.*om n. On the day.of the been .miserable .unaertbe. 010n O.fJT ,of .amcdjoIdiery.
iheat every man 'who cvefplacedl'confidcnce;; in .ork-we.,can. tell the Banks' that intended dance, invitationswere most numerous I bondage'ofEuropean: 't1gs-aU I'pr..which:' "cannot[?:now 'icoritend*.Bgalnst iwo *Go-
honor and 'f! '--. those who at 3 now'bankrupt all their books, will i
solcmnpronises, I : ,
pur i : .' overlooking'' rank,. :party, and 'politics,, the acquired1 glory and happiness lcrj they had mentsj:without renewing' horrorsr"such u ,
die their lands It !
j Yes. it has to.this I'' Tbis'FfJ"iI WEfojrginct on ; any way they can fix ,- I risen t
come ,whole command_ WasiU Itfd. George;and two o.deliver themselves.' These Canadians \have,desbribcdthey rnust.therefore hit) raaj
it may with impunity violate every: and marco, T, paradoxical:as'it jmay sound, i it, soldiers. :alone, accepted, takjng in thek canoe had, received a Constitution in".1791andJh'oEnglish t the alternativc/blde: their time-.ajuitrpidW

-41 vested, right" and every "contract" :>To neyertheh I ss truc, that,a general dtclarationofBankruptcyi spme fi whiskeyIn:a paiL On reaching the land- nation then speaking through the Prime ,will ;not.;IiIg" 1y.lfhe, -1,umStan e&'

' ,'our tents, oh Israel?' Let, us' separate 'fromhis'paper *. 'now..required,*." '" for the establishment. .. 'r fpublic'credit. mg(George was.surprised t seeing lights,and ,Minister-WittiAM; PITT, had declared they I will! eipei the laSt Jlag ot E o fionfthC q

,'' moneys**prosperity!' whicti,to-day.is,- : [ : :;I but a single 'fire, .to'pfhich'they'.directed him. should have nothing'to envy'in the i institutions soil! of America.j y/The 'human Instruments::an;
It United
seq important to the f States *
irmdto-rnorrowisqast1pto the oven. Let thosewho Directly"he heard the of .rifle their neighb rs"yct they had lived'half a aronrvefor the bnse ..'
.' snap: .a nnd.iapne.a \ century rca7.L.qi t.thct
the wealth and the wealth be that.th cot, reWwtiich. encUmber, the credit, of. : t
with
produce owr/ : I '' 'I med'at hln 4ie;was too much frightened :daily cause_to envy the mstitutiohs.bfthose bide4etimc; .
'men really s oundi and.the)tinsel which still gliuters ". 'f
no longer deceived,by the "respectablejogucs"who .:ospeakbutjekedat; one (the soldiers'' pantaloons neighbors-tfiey saw powerful and thriving ._ '.- .: t.1'
round t le reputation of the rotten, shouldbe : '
their time in :seek
pass idlenessjind luxury, to draw him awayy 'Sam Jones'son was" states.peopling "wilderness, and cstab.lishirig k .;;: TALLAUA35: '15tb Oct, $
removed that know those who hare I
,1 J ing out inventions by.means of chartered. privileges wmay. flourishing towns, all the Dear'Sfr:-1Ve'Tufan&t Jrte end
aiming a rjflo through a brea\in the old pickets along! border, : enemy Of;
money'from those yi pretend to.have it;' or in v--.iM t ?-i -
,'to oatwmoneyanderfizZse'preeiwu,; every where Ji6re while at home eYe and r > V **jAfter
>cre a iiniberof' others energy enterprise was
bank that has issued oho dollar and'now"refuses 'other)vords; that prudent men who have money .pointed, paralysed by.the desolating action of a Jiardstrogg ; we.h'avh beat the Banit.
to-lend in' 'murknow the from the uh.: andjiesaw many just raised nbove the palmed a colonial men, horse, fooanddragoon\OurentIre6of
or. est safe $
is this offeoce.I
in specie pull
payment of .*.]. tafcf jconli nuance:.bi ? payments uid.on'producfa. tops'as he turned to'plunge into. the river, two' Government Whatever, might"be their condition/'. ,et> efccted bj'ii.ve y prettj.n4rity. ,% r
To return to the article. The
Philadelphia snots; as compared tp'the serfs and ,
bondmen
w .fiaed. andditlya volley followed: of an older f L0COTO&Oft'ATI.nAi: .ifi6.
show of hands, and until that ; .
1
Hflairls ntoneofCloico
loathe Banks >ut of -the sol3ier.received'pne i and more',barbarous,hemisphere, .J Read .
|balithrough hisbocly they saw \ '
51
& necessity; ; a necessity;not arIsiiiputofthe back I day arrives.i t is useless,to expect;regularitny r they ', ;
-lrIcR
arid issince dead. hc .werejnean b.le.nnddespicnble
I firing4continuing and compared l.'I1yGIG,
stability in matter where is .j
; of power to continue specie payments but of.self t money .concern: balls to the freemen of the west, and S .' Archer; j' 4S3
falling, uncomfortably they ,
near soughtto
George,plunged :
preservation under of"keeping cd. Them. i a.but a'si.ngle'argwu nt i'favor.of "
the form specie ; and arm up under the Bank, where ho saw show that as Americans :they'were' neither 414.

I : from being drained out of the country.". ,i a .suspensonIbngeri spcckpymenta-iyill. i enable. the.Indians movements.and heard all said. dead to the spirit. of.liberty;} orlirirarndfulpftneadvantagesi { 4 :- .not

! H&d this p paragraph been read to JOB, Uxvouldhave those,.who o n.never pay thcWj )6, to ktep themcnfr.a they 'of good JObhJ qDc.e,da41 e .; .
TBey'wcrc"palhtedingran3 l i Ter1ment-th B
;
*1-Ee styIiv1d sougb(to AUart R gerodtuIlwe
t,
4 ,
a "great or
more sadly tlxca bis paUencUhan all his ppear ; year two show that though the'iron hand ,;Lori Q f
i ly'supposed that 'a''go part i>f the coraroand of powercrush. I IopeiAdm'z
i": -
boils and"miseries. :5ach infernal inJpudence j { cd them to this earth still" tHe rTaylo i'r
that .
J : \ was at the landing when the firing commenced spirit of Liberty ; :

to declare their power: .when ,the: whole world Richard' d ms'Locfl /o .moon.hoax notoriety but bad somehow escaped. At first they,exulted' warmed and animated :lhem, and.could run ,". Si 5K:_kNt4. :recominible' miUb1.Say. .,
them give ;
i sees prostrate,and to as.necessity. has.rctlfrd froin.b New Era and to judge loudly altho,supposed'success of the',plot' but furiously' through their veins ;_-" ) God spced h ; dcause.
.
of a dishonest action, the danger of specie be.ing .
shipped of tho couDtrr.- by. a.note 'he' has published. ,the,paper. .is, rid of'a when they found there:were no dead bodies, They assembled in their:variouscounties and y' ,&c" :. ..'

iive !intentioa'Js put to'flooJ the and"the'posi-fill the bmd.bitrgaiman, whose pessonnl11tUty their joy'was turned'ihto:.rage: The amiable precincts,to,protest against a corrupt and atrc .. L2 : 1 : \.;.,

coiles pocket.with. worthless country t .irredeemable, can J lend.hin i in/moment of pique or.supposed Chitto 'I'ustenuggee,, acting .as .co mande .Jni cjbus mother country.vjhat had ,in' yiplation of ,. The. Work gcca gloriously OH.The'ibUowing ,;. .'
injustice J ,''to.ixpose any of:.the proceedings of,the chief! i r. reproached his warriors cs being'no better and :
"shlnplasters,aid tbu ,enable the Banks to make treaty stipulations, afreel'y granted constitution ," ; Resolution?, passed atburghp t;
party to wh h'he has been..attached, is a dan.gcrous .- thart.eo'many'bld.womcn: in allowing one whiten handed Jhem over to avaricious i t. howi' .before stated' tie'
a criminal speculation,, by, shipping specie i to ,i- the rapti. :. as,\t that pw-1't
:: rnari. and the sooner, he. Js thrown'over.board'tWelHrtter. .' n'esca ; city .ofa horde of odious i
I England! where.J it is now so much,wahtcill, ,. sprdid'unprincipled. of pie! arcrarbusing againstXegfilaUveand.ttat .i .up5iOr l
: ) .'oi" .. This .Master Chitto. hiiscertainly, been ficials sent ; '
Whatever' ,ihe .quite from beyoni.the sea to eat uthcpeople's (ho-too early exhibition!: (.aud&ciMuimpudcn ,' .;
might ba e.bee 'patience of
: J I L4cY,.. believe, commenced the New Era, notorious. from the'day. that?be was carried oh "subsUnco ot
I. \\J. Job, we.hate pone in rcadinglhe. deceptive i ; f.I.. wymanothc: .Englishman namdPricewh bad board- the stearner 4ere. drunksirippai his -they'- :sought not.separa.tibn : the jpartof corpora. tip '

lacipus; barefaced, cold.bloded'rascality'! .of vious1y' 'Iconductcd the Montreal 'Gazette -n they thought riot. of rcbeJl on: ut" they stroyed th'em alL .j.:.
dignity
,
, &.ctothes0! the'atlcmpted massacre sought deliverance from the pit the uiDetI
Ruplml.'rbat hitherto f'I
mockery legisia. power
, the nsionottlie
the for Philadelphia
.arguments susp where he w ote the vilest articles the Ii b.' of the : : '
.against ) pepple'i i wthwhothehu. been. for the. lion and franchise,..which hadTeduced them I the. legislature-of Pennsylvania .or Chaflk.
Banks. As if sufficient o.k to
a foryifi : cral P .rlt. .The New. Era became an able De ..summer a'constant- guest, The,wretch was' par- the level Slaves, while hanki w unconstitutional and illegal. ... I
quit could not be found in Europe'and Arncri-, mocraticwritten paper, but thqi articles it appear! were qtiCUl&I7' RflXjOUS'that Col. Col-'Harney'should in the they 'nothizraflyrhadftsialyoIce Resolved,That every bankin the State oPII fr'

t ca, they even go to China and bring'up Jhc. sup.1j neit er by Price. or Locke j Pointf argent attend the.dance, apd sent several roanagernentVf' theirj; bwnaf.fairs sTlvania j iS;&;bre of the United &tel C0 .:
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j presson of the smuggling opiunu/Ilad. the : 'fasdeSuisstouts says tbe French proveriy'np ? tp delivered J to'himi messages' to, ; In-Noycmbef 1837;: warraiits"forxHigh: stitutionV'whicb. : is the supreme law of theJZespWThati &.: "
money event his '
I ent 9r arriving in Treason were,.issued against few who for' : ; thp Legislature fl71t&niabave I
'l Chinese not been, uncommonly) D thcy ,lif. J vwc, knownnoUiog\cf; ins .and: season. ,. ". years :
: Cth'4thority
had with to to J
n'p wer delegate
: would, ten years ngo" a\13 harjgtd the scoundrels jof thenajTcs' matter" ,but"we'khow. that'merce-. ,We-- nrely" -hope thatColonet- 3 ,untiring zeal,. t3oted.thea. time theirmoneyand which they themaelvsapTObIfrcnrcismg. : .' I:
Harney '
e
may
wbo. were clandestkThtroducing'.. this' sho Id be"wed, and liner,trusted. If our speedily regairi his for their.energies, in explaining to their .1.;

poisonous drug. It is otffy a pity' that![these ,$uspiciom. f'1d!. Locke. are':incorrect .we beg ill spare his,services strength';.give him thecountry can' countrymen their' constitutional rights as'secti. --- : __-.:- .-.tl':4.I;," .z
a regiment
of
"presto quick felloiB who one day send out a his but if he riflemen red bythe British COnstitUtion md the c nadian J r.C" <' -
pardon (or other 'Go' ed'f
I I ; any man)stands ,. and wear much'' mistaken if Master .it., .uL bUflOtSUCd. %tog JC
: piecb of PaF t. -r5.'mi ',to pay ..a.dollar when in the waY' f'the advancement of Democraicj. | ; .CiajTTo, is flOtftceItdangliflg from constitution of 1791 ; aqd In ncpuragtng..them Ifl&wthefi ihtp .U ?4I
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I .it coases. backhand. when, "it:'.t.*I presented\ ,. .,.say. ,' \\e V'--. .truthweia.. .. ,; r,". .throw. ,... him. .ov. rboard.!* \ .: ..;/ withra four.months. : .. a :pin 1. ; by precept and.exanople.to maintain those rights but:h0as discovered,many.of theiif h & 3g R|%>\
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,f allusion Jo Hear M a;'psaUn inger;-heWsiden Jn this city,'on the 18th insl Aoouuvs: ]LXWK." If. tickets' in 'Hamilton and' ; nZ of Georgia.' "S "r: .IPm I1 m. &J ; 1
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1b&jQ aa cC.ma nd olJest:eon 'of' Ch.. .- WWtVU Esq. 4'13; hayebeen ecposed.for sale in ) : eighth Course of Lectures in this}utitulibn S -. .G--- O.tt.r I I .!

1m1m.J.t., .'.' "ye afldOOerflOflth3hLsbereayement to his. 1lion. we ..C.A1rlor.,4l1'ns Ib", commenced,on'the second Monday.(the -'S :. -::siJft :' 1
Is wbIsuotonIyIzkedj .to hIS next November, and ha-torniitfateJ; on the Tac oua,caiBKK
been the
parents ,brotheri- induced,through acH
his
: sister
'btbo. who:.", i..t the .(Quarter:Mas- log stroke, .and 'connected isani fflict;; me purcnaktvto: jtrrt { u al (the'3d) of. "March .following.. The hcmtjoni of:several:of.bis.friends.to issue proposals;; [.1';
I many
.tetg4qce..'but', wMcaui3pu1h! the.:err' ;blood feel sincerely the loss.of apromisin: hybrid i t j iesVof boy: ;., lathe cuinilack tSeir money wiLd ''delay '%be' delivered' :D by-.' Prbfessor'of.. ., ,Analomyv* '., .VV.,>$ .voted for publishing I0TLit1aZ1TC-Mig-da4rfj l; a paper under the above tide ai t Stiouetldifiusioi to bet de.>, '
scheme ,
U. j ditore\bfvpj' rmz ;'funds;. and wh'o en.. who appeared.destined to be.the joy of'hi i family iu'jtsel a inonztr ; M.U: ;;,-Profewor. of Physiology! and ZLeTd&arOV43eIiLi'id thl of. '.-.!. '" .'

t> esTOTi 0doji0tce'UMlh1i/deaIing! / $. : ;and Oma.d1en.ttfs9clety.. far from lieing authorized 6jr a 1 Anotomy.:- V ... .re..rrla4. piQ llllTCl r.c elIiia i. I :'1

': : .!flthICityattherj4enccof MrsIS. 1V An. ritory, it was last winter, politely \ ;OAVIS* l.-u; ProfeaTorofCheniistry; fB&\81ITllru.!',will be attached to no religions:; .J;
I Ontbe 2d of this.raonlh 'ndtiien "; srsony,on,Sundayr morning'lasVMiss H. :] ; "f sect,political party,hut trill
advocate
i' ; (as ,wc iro JWAH the.Oynor&veto> The t Ii '? ..if. tealously such,: ',i
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? A EVE,3 r > Profewor. Therapeut nieasurelof .
geDeral n41oaI
AijEs\MAoratE'aged 22 >
,aiiative of inprovsmeats in-i
cftt'8quftTc
Feri ss
told)- ; : N1kornmande. [;'.by1 'nall? ( ) 'Irelandt-and resident about naghotArmagh J happy.tq: l already moved ), I: Matrix( 'Medical' :I-, >v--'';' !.PIethe interests of Jbe people| at largef.. H. wishes tIt -' f.

|, Ljeut Hardenbergh, 2d" Infixntry nfes1;-miles1 Tour yearsjnAmerica,, 'Beautiful and:a xorhpjushed -', we doubt not the1fresct t'.of:, ; M. D. ,Professor," lu/Ututes' i sadr distinctly bdtnlaod-ttiallll.U.t bo wilt tedblonsly, I 1
f Medicine : '
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a avoid all
; Affott' tho )flnem1SpnngsWkan! amount, ,$LQ canie .toSt..Augustineas.a t ache Florida??}ill eyer participation party strife bu'colnmns! '
I r. preserve ,the l' Vt, aft 1 p.. Professorof. Principles.ami; i l be open 10 candid and di.cnisioa. i -1
respectful
; .'itbi wei pt ,but,4hc. into.)becpmfngyeryjiaridI'abusive ,:- ij3idcvptionto. her duties, her';health beanie( pollution; 'those, who. would'.ccfm of
,lro.'bJe.somo. ( ,., the':JJl.'L confiped. Impaired-for. months' .she has .lingered$ :,with anytencc.toracticc ofl'enccs ANTONyai.: D.JProfessor: of ObsteT-; ,' have Clol cJ.the subscriber to r >nme thus soon tb t" ;
i Christian resignation, 'awaking' anothe 'soc Diseases of JVomen and lofauts.,_. I "EJUeriU i'kr" hid pncnotiier.. ,
)IJD for throe hoursi; when. i"p2bco'ot7 aT: better, worfiL :oniesintheirownStatcs., ;,1 I' again the "I light* ::'
< Though far away, froJn flu). (enoroMiatowya.izsted.b7D!, Joh"l j aadsbadaTw* cf an Edito, life; bu be will enter 'i.
; .quictiyiina.: ) l WpronoiincoJw3gm 'land :of,her' birth; and the sympathies! ,relax; ..will*superintend the,Dissecting R 01Ian.d npbn hudaties;'iiriJer pleasing hope belief,that n ; : i

ntbut. ,can afe1yiuflrr thMafl> -tites and-jwirly assbciate 'she had becorn e here "r' ,. f "City Election. ;;the dutieio( Demobstrator without addi? angry.political dinsiion will ever .form any part of J 1
nod rouet be cnaearcdld;: '.kind,:' and;;'kindred .'heart ,:'who N L Cr/0&ffiUbe held 'at .'Tho Profewor Of Anatomy and Chemutry his labor;or mar the" ser nici of his exiateiice. II* '.-1
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end
: ,aan nreool watched overber' with a' : is in'this Cur on the SECOND ,! !ibol. limy in the Cc.JI &e"J believes that a journal, kept aloof from political war r. '
allowed. "to maintain somq polkxj regulations ah'd who,mounfover, her.deDarture: > jparent's'solieitude, ember next Jor a JIM YOKel! 10 UR .. for the:first ,Cour e Lectures, in, and eootentioii.d81'OIed..o the cause of Lueratur liuJ. 'rj i
as,a :r other. : | Demonitratiou ticket, U 115.. Student
L -i UQ to constitute the City CouD ( the .Morality, 'and the diawmination General Intelligence '
U2JA ciuecujsooaTciurnca.witn a mourns forJteJJ st thUd : Jif ': month. ..' .this institution furthefirst, ,time, wilL pu' ,will mef with cordlalluppflrt.nd he pledges .:
:
., wr an .ftie'gal process, afjdjrcgularlycaptu.ttp( I An obituary, !received top late for to-daiv will The, polls will.be opened at,9- ( ltionThe current money of any'of himself to *|>are bo pain to'make it wot tl.y of public ;
vd the LI nt, ha)havJog on:4utri pear incur-next r ; clo..t5o'clockPJJ.- 01al in'which 6tudenU"ntaj re.iJe"wiUbe taken favor |I' .
: ,On the aottfituU.Miss Msur MAODAU Pa. ''I* .' S l'
.ad took I&Im,,iicfore tho Judge of Uio if .iapea.rs-Wilhirn Travers; 'i'HK gtaTurxL,1 will be published Dti a large and
County xu.r.Adaughterbf P. B. Dumas, Esq,. a jed 18years. Prdo,8..u. Sen.. Esquires., .. 'An\101111'and Natural tIhtovywfllbi I fair sheet with new typo weekly on suchdny aa m.iy I
4 Court .10' '' ; :: 4F.L.. D deceived for the'IDhte lm.,. ., comport best with tM caavc it Ce'or.bia pairnna-at .,

Tbu Ji idge, (Martin,) forgetful;:.that the Con-, ; .On/Tuesday vcni gJCJ/NissTmu : .OLI I Oct. 24 PAfJL-F.,EVE,.""Dean' t .Fs nUy. fuur dollar a,.ar,11! advanceor five dollars, at dIe endortheysar ." .i.'

: ;gijton- fYlii" -' s-4**.. 1"expresIy : ;Jy daughter "of'Peter B.t pumas,. Ewuirp. .SIX- tT;EK3 *A.rdA .:I will *. Auguat 10,18.19.. ,. _. ,_ ;.' ";. .,. ." 1. I "
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: prbITh: oIJ iheiEsUte 1rstthemTtLri5tiflbIpierte4'on: the aauallim". "V. '
wiave t tr1"bcentiereftot I wt beau n of / & 9 m r lletl R r- m., -
t, .-- p.' I .1 I.lf and that tt < tifulgirfewithm the.short space'of>three lays.. .>;. IJENfJ BSO'VJaIe. ; of&'Job : :tir.fm'A GV TI1U, August 27, 1839- :. The ft number will issued about UM 6.1.er -W..1.r. f

i4 !I !' icsalty'of the"oTork ..charged.agWnst\ 'P.Mondayeveithigof ajingering.ill at 'Dct..t4.r" ,by:tb&Mayor&IicJ Aldermen of the I NovemberandPo.tMaMersn4otheiwboreceivthis ihe !)-' ".CI : ..

,JAc$' rdcnbcrgh, when fully substantiatij,: the,house of'Mr.Benjamin 1 Hearn near this city,,y, MOTICJS. : ,of St. .Attgnsiuio, 'thai'the QuaraoiUiiO I their prMpectos.will zrnkn.* In obtaining oblifo !.aameand subscriber;forwarding br n ing ,

.,% "u 3 iui fficer lathe'last War aglljpst tboatrc: JL data apply to.the lion. Judge o.th" ;Jby the authcrity aforesaid tbt Dg Florida. ;
L : t f000.'Y.Lle.t d6 t&'ls' the iieut-was io tf".nQinies'of'.Arittriu7Lihtriy, the ,jUriL 1. of St John.,- for Letter of Br u.' e-'and,1I'b"ebr epp hated Pbya. In co da.o .be would lal'.r.o'aU bW old (friends. ,

: sjost from county tojounty:in cbargo of.ausher.ift" .f an dasatoluntecr officer agaids..the in4laniii ri tate of Vol.. .SIMON BECKHAM,"late' B.DoisClerk. F..LrDANCY.-ltajor of the nb'crib'to:V"IS* 3c51i544" ajoJ receive ocr tbanksl
CounciL *
deceased. .
: officer, unUl here and'jcar.ned' Florida has himself G.; 'r' KNOWLES.,
tis
e. brought, acquitted most ba'nd: omely. St. Augustine: Oct. 24.1330. ,
thal |ie could 'b ,'OnI1..6 ifor 810eiX( jn In private_life Beckhani waata'man )f,hbn- sale. Oeicv.Mmv13th.I49. 1'
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f : 'r.. ': XoteeL8bsr.by 'IC-nO'riCtl.U;hereby CiYe ;that on the fJL
ORlDdL 'j
.integrity ran all] MMO USJE
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the meal time, the post at No.21, from w4tcir he who knew,hipv: > prighwe3s'cstccme4, ,by ;. ,1 given to.:all petsbnai ba ; da" >;of October our, will be sold at Public -. ", AUGUS TINF.. T'Fr. HlbA. SST. :1' .

was prercmptorily ,taken, witl ,a large amouof f ir gain', the Estata of:the<.lafe th. Market House the City of St. Au> : THW COAJSIODIOUSl lOTEL hit ..1

1\ of United States ileA to. .!, DRIQ UEZ, deceased that the/do' : tmi..iou. .'of the, Judge of the. County Sb >Bt in complete repair.(new fuiniture .
property,| .thccontid1I 1 : PASSENGERS,. p aatbeati to the Executors of*aid ilf JoTns Coontj- lot ',oflnd. belonging : -

'I'flWhOflhjtfl)3yOflCCr". "J I ;In the Mary',Wilk3. .,:from. 'Baltimore-pMr. D.>,' tho' time prepcribed by a-,.or' they Or.J| Bonelly:decea d'd, sitnated 'in bun of visitors ddID..4c.4c.and'openurtJwerec.p., under the tupeiiutendence of the an r' 11.J

: We/ire, cxccedihgiy'3ealdu3f l military en.croachmcntrupon Allen- and others. : ., barred. All, those indebted to tfl.. and bobnde '' (.by, Charlotte street north denicned who pledgee himself to tof.e ohduct the e r
.In, the Schooner'Victoria.from I York q quested to 'make immediate j m rit naaio nnknowo/east by=Bay street. and t Ublubment to to acharaau i
, civil and wish : secure .it equal to
rights, to
; )ee afceary any -
Mrs.Smith, '. 2% ,' ) r'per1y4ofIo.estae'otAbtoni41ier< dee.. .
Mrs..Bropbcyand two children,Mr. ,J- IATEO; Hotel i$tha ,Southern CounlrN. ( /._ t '
, 4 penaiiyitttachedtoev! ry arbitrary act,J Monagba 'ladY'l d three. chidrenMrNeLso! Oct.24/ 4. creditors. of tho Eatate of the said Joseph I "V $r. DATES. r

'44 ,but; we must recollect that>an officer\ on 1)m. : :M r. BoyeMr. Friedlander, Mr torrs. .. : JYottce. dic.J TANTOjilA B.' LEON RDY", .,"B.-Good Stablinx f-r HoraeC aod..tt lli.. t

. : ing an officer, does not:ccac.'tobratitzednd, rwl HE- Subscriber respectfully ;.i, .'-. ,. ,.1 'Adw'x. Oitlera. Ooe and 'two horn Carriajj. and Saddle ; .. ,

JJ thing DO u8cf.lmagtstr for demandinga : .Ul.a.mtliTm UI\1rtIn1'. Q' .L--: sons 'who are indebted to the. of.fatty. Wlgfrins,'.;dec* Horaea' fur hire. "- ':. -l
tlAU llCALOW, deeeased-lhat l : i.i h reby-givenIoilieraoni' having 8L'AulaI Dt, AngnitS. 18.10. : .
A' bail eigtU time*'greater ffoi* tA{penalty. idsi- I I aDd accounts'are"pi iced in .his hands againtlhe eatste'ot, Patty\Vigin; dec. .CT;The'New York American. KtTonaI ItiteUJxeM : .. '1

: ; lOUt that.the most perfect:harmony' utd[exist ,a. 14: lie therefore requests they' v ill call the sam duly: il1e.l within the time pro: eer Wuh nl'OD- Cit/. Mercantile Journal Ooton .'' ....-

'I between he citizens discharge the .same before the. R / :all person indebted thereto. or*! Coorierr. Charleston, Georgian and Republican. Savannah
| military aod we wish thbKffixlr TORT or Court to be held iu November next, I make immediate payment to- are nqq..ted.to publish the above onceta '

: hajdbceh settled .the spot and now'hope .i_ dUQlJS7'I E.. -. expense.. '- GEO. U JOHN.CARKEUArf: .a.lmet1 c'r.J week for two month, and forwprd their' accounts fil''i i
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4 |;lt go'no farther, .. ., AIRWZD1 Justice II J849. 8w. payment. _. i-- 4
may .r" $ 1. ,, '. -, ..
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to Angustiue, 15th Oct. 1839. 1 adbscriber, notice. '
10-Sch. Ma
". 'f1Yilks"Spejgbt, Baltir icre. respectfully inform the Public, I.
\: gylrcstcr* Hew Reporter, )' :, .2O--Sch.Vktona. Ke yon, N. York 12 days. .THE CLERKS or THE Corarr he will.attend to the selling of Land and T HE public are. warned against c tting!timber or i f

3*. There was lying at JackoonnllQ an idle"pressffc I 20-Stearoer T- Salmond Frederic '. 'BlackCey we instant I City and in itJieinity-and to the diipb- otherwUe tre'paul upontbe|landa or the Ea. '.
hope attention
Creek.: ., pay to I other real .tnte.. He Mill likewise prepare I tate of Bait CBAIRX dec. these situate on the Plata ,.
and types, and. an editorial parpon,, not partial: 20- te mcr.Wm. I\\ is certainly singular that any re.t papers, (or which) services be will require and Swamp of San Diego, in the Cojihtv o(Su John .

"S Jarly cmp o1 d. JIamHton, who could. t.pay Gaston, Poi sett, : ..Bis-:' wanting" after a lapse of f our'm compensation. ., and formerly belonging the Estate!of Thoa.. Fitch.
ca
hiswife's board till yne. n the following valuable property for safe :;- to.wit:3000, acres at ,Cbacarraa. ill tha North end of
order
: compelled by of court 2.Steamer Southerner, Budd' Chjarlcstdjivia ny of ou're ders who may Building Lou eked with' choice Orange; .he Swamp_ ; 400 acres fo merly 'ow. ied b/ Montede

aod his partner, Sylvester;.who swore' to their Savannah 24 hours. the aforesaid, officials to urge. on George street, Augustine.. oc; 255acres, called General Savannah .formerly

.\ joint poverty offered it is known, 8650,000 to 25-Sch. Lurana Swasey, New Yorli, 9 days. necessity of immediately : Lots in North City. owned by Philip Oewee ; 400 acrte [formerly owned
thy of the United States :: O n the 23d inert, experienced a se ere gale, abarea of Rail Road stock. by Fr. U. Sanchez Mao 600 acre* ealbd Beach
;; press to'gag it against request made them. of Canal lock.. Plantation the{stand of
1 I which carried away her main.mast with tho upon on Amelia, fujrmertr property
rascality ; and the, bribe not being swallowed. sail. and shrouds. ST. AuGcsTntE 29th' of a proposed Town having extraordinary of (;80. Atkinson; 4,500 acre on the Hirer Hair
.
; they have adopted the cheaper plan of I ", fax,in the Coast/ Mosqnito, bonnded on tho Sooth l'.d
setting j JUILED. undonigned, President of '
TilE 1760 acres of land? and ,leveral by land of the late Mrs -Kerr. and the North .
\: 'i to -work the parson, and the types at Jackson* 19- Steamer Southerncr,>Budd, Cha leston.ved .' in seisraa at St. Joteph, ) elected with reference to situation tracts tboeo of Henry Yonge and 200acre.jOn held common L'7 t. ",
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.,) ".. ,'iIIC. In most parti rt' the world the parsons the Governor of Florid., a statement o ; with Tbos. Butler,on the Plain* and swamp of Vltg9

.,. hare a hard contest 'fro fif"bt'with Satan, but we j-- NEW GOODS" onthe Constitution which were r'r are'Jree from enc- nlbran e, and ar.'o:: purchased ofjuana Uorens. 't

' 0. utive Office at Tallahassee. aale by the propi tnr because they.arere' JOSEPH CHAIUCS, Executor ,
He baa S .
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: '., arc no moral down )here, that a parson can afford the bulk of hta eslateand require an .April 25. '.
AT LOW .1P DOE nod this statement, and other returns. I i over : .
r to lend Satan n; helping hand. may cause him iuconvenieuce. '"

i I We write' the foregoing to caution publishers Tile SUBSCRIBER having jolt arr from place! ,.but be forbears at present, to Lot in Charlotte street; nearthe Market in NEGRO Wante4-toPurthae BOY about 16 8eirkjbgeftr' J.mplolm.nt

from Hew fOlk. iu. the .Schoo *r Vicux suit-officially, according to the CODitic of the line for b ilne.. The term* will be A or .,
t the "East u a domestic se'rvanfia -i
against Florida Mvo remarks a .toria, oflera fur aaIa-4 i ion because a small
nomoof-ibe Retnrna
; are I family in.thia. City-and also a black about ,
littlej
.t
girl
:, upon the Mnmmotti.' .Lottery,, or the supposed Two" Hundred'Pachagcs from evFral' places of Election no' I 3 wren.to 6 IeeE 3U high and 60,000. Alor ..'MnII caal 9I 12 or 14 years of age. for a chambermaid-to a y.ung I j:

IU: Ifgql ',opinions: or tkiunty Court decrees.it rnay i i'i .Of Fresh Good..of all dewription- :, received ; he therefore, eirnestly acres of Oak and Hirkory LanI, with a i lady-for both of whom.a fair: andjreasonable; price "

'ibJtAb.. '-What will hot men dQ in the hope COMPLETE. AN'ASSORTMENT. OF the County Courts throughout the T through the centre, in Cherokee coun personto win be paid.be the Apply to .the printer for the name of r. ;
purchaser.-
i- t \ against -BOOTS SHOES ; data trantmit. him without Georgia t being No 285, ninth district, 2nd I
getting,money PS obtaining goodt j I .&; -delay:. .. : 'An u.t 1.1339. 9-3w; I .

:I under false j>rtlenc\.$. ;' ." .. "I }'re.h from.'the Manufacturara. as can be] .found .in days next eniuiugjhe date hereof, i: 1839. GEO. L. PHILLIPS. Superior Cour-JEaaern' Dlarfr.. I : ,!
New. York or CbarJ.! .iou. the Poll BooLs containing the 'vote* : Subscriber informs IN CHANCERY I t 'If
jI: The. Apalachicola merchants irreverently ntioii,- which may be of file in their, L5 he haa just respectfully received the publi, Wn. Marvin vs. Philo Andrew Perkins Nichob. Joseph '
Brig
HATS Henry
per
t:, grumble because LotrClark.cheats, them out of Of. .- & CAPS ce. These copies.may be forwarded New York, an assortment of Groceries Clay r, ui. F. White' Bernardo Segui,'and Dionisia 8eIT .'
eer7deacrpIion. made, lit market. if
, ::20 per cent as discount on Ufo; and'Trust Bills* ezpressly fop conveyance.addressed. to the u 'in part of tbo following! articles t -. from the, of' 4 "
appearing alSdavit the
< ,, complainant r v
; Here wo' hare i in 'circulation thee' sarao bills'payable > .a. mTI, a (mSi -.4__ ROUT. 'R Madeira Wine, S the\ above entitled cause thit PhUo Andrew
.
# at Apalachicola $00 miles : JVotfce.. : Sweet ftlalaar 10 boxes < Perkins Nicbol and Joseph F. Whit the above de"r
: ,. away. Tigvrtail -. y CCSIISTHO Claret t. fendants leside without the '
lit. iArgutar backbone to the..Bank. I if I D toadcl ths.; Casiiiherea, Saticetts Ne ;ro Cloth, ,'.LL person indebted to the Estate ; :Brown Port, '. ;'. > :< x. within the United States; It .is Territory'(&red'that Florida the said aid :.;

? b 1 didn't DtaiikeU Bleached ,and uubla'ached' CottonMarino.and .,*'- .iJl LY UcLEAN, late of the Sherry, Iv ".: Andre w., Nichols and Whife
lif' > bafthditwd. 'fp 1dn'the ilks'puU dec.,are requested make immediate I Gold do,: : :T-i.:< '* S appear and answer the amended *
Circsssians r '
ti -A .* English Fu niture those "'; 2 half pipea Brand .. .' supplemental Bills filed in this cause within :
ToipcCICa'v4 ,"-'- .?' .'> ., Prints Checks, publication
i : J-- Cloths Table : to present them duly ,authenticated' ; S ,
C
I. Yen Ac. Ac this order, and that a 'of this order
L It isittow. "' : I 3 bbla espy be publuh
said th tr.LncastcrIacIcCd ; law do. Gin, ; '
in I Il prescribed by or they will be rorty > v :; : in the',
Florida Herald one. i
I Shell Almonds .S week during the above '
9 drums
", ,
Daraf count.'by:.amajofityrofV4ic ::totes ;ovcir.Mr. : ",CLOT111N4p I jOet 10.; 1833. U. II.19-8"TUCKER. ; ,50 loaves double refined Figs Loaf; pened. Dated thia 5th da v o(April,'1 39.KOBT. .
Sugar,
(,. ...Bennett/ )\)"don't like) th se.quirks ; tho Ovircoais. ., Vest, rantalooni, ,Jacket. i, Glovea "'. > ? : .,'l0,000 Havana Segars, .. I .. RAYMOND REID
"Pe .J,.. : 'N otic Wrnpping Paper, 2 boxes "Jtt Sf. Vortt Ditt. E F.
.P.1o may lIS'cU home .be JIosi.ry&c. Pipe.,
stay at as dieated i persons bainjc1simi 'against 20 i A true copy; K. Br GIBBS. Clerk.
ALL Starch. half boxes
t Rauina.
if: out of their votes after they have given tbc m., :":. HARD'V RE.'& CUTL JTh SoLA *,:late'or Su. J boie* Kai,in*| 2 boxes Gioand Pepper; ., 5- Ora'Jloward, > ; .

.. Wo hope Mr., Bennett will!'contest. his seat.' ,;Spad .,'Sb nj", Hoes; Nails" Penai d' deceased., aref requested Jo present .'Tea,6 baskets Champagne" : S .vs, > Bill-for, fiv fe.. S .
Packet
1 tnne/preicrib d by law, or b Mary Ann Francis 'Howard.. '
Uiey.will .5 )
0 Knives boxes.Lemon
C'
I'- 4. ,CaeKnives. an A t Fork*, &c'. Syrup,
Tile redand'alt persons .indebtedjto said lbs Ham TfT apppearing (rom'tbe compl jnant'. bill wf
War :
cadcdt! : ] uer.500: ,8 boxe* Brown Soap comJl .
4;. "The Major General .commanding.io-chief< JEWELnY: : '., quested to:make l immediate f'tgmunt to I bag Pimento,5 bankets Sweet Oil I, .. plaint, in. the !abon'entitled cau* thai thesaid,,
Sept 25:1859 MATE Ann France .
Arts the satisfaction .\ ; Ibs ground Coffee Mary Howardreside' in' tilE City of
of Ear -
4 announcing to the armY Rinjt, Fner Rinx..Brat Tin*, tc;'Ac.Bureau -
: .... ChAre.to, South Carolina beiiig[ without
t in Florida to the authorities the'Terptorr ;' ro :, Notice 12'duz'Fobicco.boxes Prune, -the 1'iris.'diczin *
,'- .: .f.c.s fo'JI 00 .Cordinlr. boxes of.thw Court-Jt.is.therefore. .
4
; 4- Jtnd to the citizens generally, that he has thia 1JA ;.' Q IXeeki after datejwe will apply (" .caap.,-- s S
TERMINATED' > day *:, Tab!**. Chairs;\Vab S land*;Toilet Table. .)_ the County Court of.$.Johns gallon jars.Pickles, : % OHDCRBO. That the said Mary Ann Fiance dosp.pesrind ,
UE.AY with .
.'! ,' .the' Semino-. .: .- Looking Gtaite. '&e '. ten or Admioifltiation oh.the .Ute, Qart'* team're6 ed.Caod",. ,-."' :. answer cohiplsinant's bill of complaint
Indians
*
e ? *
f' by an agreement cntcrtd Into Ki/l CHITiuJet filed in thll,/ aUM. on or before '
:- TOGETIIER'VVITH'AN: ASORTA EN1' OF DENG. ELhit of said County/df'eea. Pepper. 200 lbs Codfih. ina nrt Monday of
1.1'0 1'vttENVGGUe P 1WIALCIEY.Pf tAe&mit : PHILIP & ; ,' r.JO boxes Herring 2 boxes T Lemons, September k next.J or the same,.will be taken necunfe.
t t. \ ,. and successor Ar-pi-e-ke commonly. GR'OCERiES GEO.'J.. 12 cases Verdigris I bbl Chalk ed. ,

riI JMEcot6'Ocwrajf1rJr& .' Butter, Soap, 'Candles,.TobaccoAtSOCvrJiili &.c. Oct.r.)0, J839. : Matches:1 bbl Whiting, And it i iii further. Ordered. That} publication .of:this
):::( Is well understcoa;iJ ft4 i.. a ''- aidi: 10 k"gs White Lead '" I order be made in the Florida Her.ldJOt1hree month
; someDeut. Oil White Lead J B itkeu .
AIat Application
I. for Sale.of Salts, i do Sulphur, preceding tbe aid firt Ueoday. of SePtember'hut.
; :: L *ier in thlsJState; by.lBeodBultt ,', T.b.&c.; 1OTICEJsbereby given 'tbat, i jdo Brimstone"do.Coppfr *..- Dated St. Augustine tbi. 29th of3Iay,183y.. .
" \11 JIrty' Uito\uyllij at\lre1y it.7.T1.e.1iGYelIOCk of Goods'haa bee[selected by i dare, I 'will apply to tha .J Arabic, 1 gross Seidlitz Powder,- KOlir. UAYMUND REID. '
ITbe peon.. .Exprcridcrwhoha4gonobuti, to- the subscriber expressly for ibis market 'and will be Court-of St. Johns S Jis4eSnpCourt..DisLE.F.
i County; Powders' Scale.;' .hts.&c.,
4 r:' lorsegave seasonable alarm to the eld, .VEUY-' LOW fur cwhorsrwirtW' much:,of the ,Real Estate:of article.. are' all of the b.st'ualitlIQ.J E. B. GOULD.Solicitor. ; ,

,. '. .,JOS EPH;NELSON. deceased, a* will be infficient to pay at wholesale., for tain. : I _.A true cop'v.K. B. GIDDS. Clerk.
'
lilt J ''Mr. Board .and Mr. Burney were,attacted on 8t.AuXu.tin..OcL22I,139. i"1 ._ _21:3. said estate. .SAMPSON ., WuF.-p. WARD. -i- ; JVotice. : .
the main .road 5 miles east of the Ocilla Oci.31839.; .j8-.iw. -- .- [
by a, NEW .'ESTABLISHMENT. .:Court-St. Johns Co. SIX weeks after dale, application-will be made to
small party of Indian on the 5th' Irfetant-the .- caution, Hon. the Jadge of St. JabnfJCoanty, for let
&an received / d\balls-the latter one-both.pi rI'H& dUBdCRIBERS have hereJith, the plea. ALL perrons are hereby rorwu ed Eastern District' if Florid. ten of administration on"tha Estate of JAXXS Wit '
their horses were"wounded; Very'pleasant sum ,M. 'lure of informing the Cutxena of St, Augustine take from the Landing of .L'f CH.L"fCE1tT. LUMS. late of said Coauty; dec. : .' .
t bat:.ther hue'arrited here from New York and ; Complainant, 1 .' '
I 4ner travelling in F1 rida.-i-icerrI **** at .larsbal'sCreek North River.any A gut29.1839.AMES M. GOULD.IKTOTICC ._
The hcksonydlo.Mvocate f have..brought on complete assortment of may be lyirir there,.as such person or >s; -' ,. '> O* WPDisoru.. .ie i berebygiven..Io all .
gives accounts of werd : persons having
, few READY MADE prosecuted for committing taeap J. oh Respon'u > ; l/Q! claims the Estate
4t more of these Indian diversions but our.pa CLOTH O,. Sept 26,1839, HENRY named.Respondent will please to'take d again of Loots I*.. Morse..
., ee.to .
mislaid present thesame.withinlhe time
per and cannot : prescribed.
we another ce'that a decree .
.- -the people to.whom.it,was sent get return it copy.," ,mIlT e@ )S .- ;- A; WATSON. .case,and that on fr Saturday eonftsu hath the 16th been.i day D-of r. j by indebted lawor ihey.wi111 forever barred; amlill pei ooc
are ta
required make nsyowiit
JYottee to
1839 me.
before GXOKOI I
,
/ 'SILKS FANC? WARE WILL attend (thethird'and PHILUFS, Eq fri 'Sept. 11.1830.H... F. JOHNSON,.AdmV. S.
Plain end.ftijiy Ttmafkt.tf Old Humphry ,, ,, I J last Peace holding his office at the Court
iv-rThough ;no, doctor I have on Ilarilee on Friday the lat; at City ofJI1. Augustine,at 10 o'clock of .SIX'months afte*date I will apply to tbe Hon. U>e
excellent "' by me some 4 GOLD AND,' SILVER WATCHES. ..' Saturday the 2d; and at Fort Clark depoaition of William G.'Davii, Car 0*,. u'dxe of the County Coui t of SVJehaa County
most prescriptions, and as.I shall ask "We beg th.Lidiea and Gantlamso to tivo ii a calla 4h of November.next.for the purpose i l Mary Gould Charlotte, Phillip',:and Geo. fora wttlement with the h. i ira of.SET4I NICREtU

you nothing for.them' you cannot grumble at the they wilt find every one of oar articles''froth well **- Trrrilonal' and County Tax for &ti'year nterropto ie., duly filed, will be taken,, SON. dec r,and a final diiehargei a."Aaminittrator
price. We are most( us subjected to fits ; I Sect and in the L\E8T and MOST FASHIONABLE c ,, J. CARTER. Tax Collector_ in'testimony on the hearing final thereof at said Eslato. '. CTEO GE DARrLETT.f
' am visited with them myself and I dart say you STYLE all of which they offer at reasonable N.wIADlTilleAlacbua Co.,Oct.5, the said.tieipondent can attend if she 8tA.gntineJnly IT. 1833.. t..a

.amb1o. Wow thypre crIptionsPorepqiJZene :_ Prices, WHOLESALE- RETAIL for CAM iKotice. r.to do so. "E. 8. GOULD.. "E Subscriber baring beeq appointed' agcatfor ;: '1'
, .- Count the tick of clock ; C< BOYE & CO. Charlotte.street., WEEKS after dite twill !839. Sol'r Complainant T the Sooth FbridJau. will -vecaive etibwnptioM : .
.Do this.Cor.m hour and youR ba gUtd to throw At, the .tor..Dut'door': to I Mr. Howard formerly! SIX Judge of the County Court > for that Paper; terms 15 aIlIlD-II,., The proprietor "

jour.coat of and work like a negro.'cr : {occupied by Mrs; Hotberl i County (or Letters, Administration Reading .B ns. ba aaeeeedad in tempi*tin jik eslstjisbmeat elM 4 '.

a fj ''cf'txtrtntganct or foUyGo to,the' Oct. 84 2U3 :_: of the, MARQUIS, DE FOUGERES of Aogaitine. are informed that paper' therefor will be issued** nlarly.

workhouse or)sjl,aha:you'll bfrcpnvinced 'gJ WEEKS after date 1 wlUapml for Letters o t Countytdec. Subscriber has opened a Reading Room, JOHN LOTT PHILLIPS, Agent., :1
\
: ,
. Who makw his bed of briar and thorn' Administration on "the" Estate < f GEORGE August 19, J839. -- I .Hotel, where papers from,the.principal ilIti e s.pt.9.J839. i
: -
CREER lata of St. JohnaCoentydece4.ed.0CL24. Union will be kept on fije. f 8tALL other j
f 4 Must be content < persona bavjng.csima lor .demand a -
to forlorn. Paints '
1 : Oils, -50 month. '
CHARLES BYRNE.SIX cents per : & the Estate of BICHARD T: KEAT 4ING.
F r'.JttfLootoutforiheha1ta .gfl KEGS No. 1 White Lead. ., that this effort
accommodation
at public .-late wf DuwaICoan'Y.f'Jorida. wilt -
4 blind find: visit the tied ridden. and afflicted and HTEJKS.afte/datelwUl DiatnticD.on "appl; for Lettet.of 1,7-2OOlb.- Verdig/ o mallean patronage': '. sent tbeni'witbitt. h& time prescribed"plea.wt.pte"law-and 4 i -1
the
Estate .
deranged, and they wijl.make you ashamed of MA GU1RE. late of St>'ohDlCo o(1144NN411AG.NES nty,dee.; ; -. 2 J.do bbls. Fall Linseed OH.., 2 do Spenn On., .' ", ''(or.Masters. of 1'euel.and ,&a n- time. ,indebted.' will an4keparmeattn .' >'. !,
d
Foraal. : .
by RWI.
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I' 'I ) -, '<:: :'fM. : ': '' Attdrcss" to Cilizens Florida.: .. '.:Ct Wbtice. >" > wCUJrWEEKS 5; sT.JOHNS.: I
!fOWN.OF : .
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. < ,: ,'L" ".a' :( "' hiidate:1 will apply to:the Hon. ST.dUGUST1J_
I $ WILt tJe'feceiied uitil the 23\h"S 4nberfuri Dr, ".eBjamb on do t' V o jo" :- .IS;; : of Sf-Johns Town of $.'Johas'.is sitaate onto., : ..'. ., AND i
the Judge- Count/Court I It THE "
East
', St., John .
River
:\.: th waJa of. &udenckinitbe Cap ':table Universal PILLS. '; for 'Letters,6f" Administrubn>n ki of the/noble S VILLAGE:OFfi
f County t.Eadeor'the'JIARQUIS its with '
:. < "tTallabune, nOl'JdL.7kc tDaSOOrf".nd.'Cu-: T eseiziIs are made IHTIBXLT of Vegetable Ex* "DE FOUGERES, Florida, about five:miles above junction ST. '
r. to be embraced each of .. and below the town S 5EZASTI4
in septarate proposals tract ;known by long experience to be fcjftctly inw>- -' -FLtANClSGiE.AujusU9.1839. the.sea, tweht/miles of.Jack.itIOnviUo. .
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Countv.dec.- TT a-traet of
north of One
which. most include .the furnishing of ibe malerials I Tbousand '
aodthirt1'pve-mJles
i cent: and yet of more power as a purgative. or.clean- ; ., ., -. '. t iJi of .
and
bounded
and execution of tbe .Work? Tbe edificeis. ;|.o be ofbrick I canal other medicine. i. 'gustine.* The. nf'uest'olo.t' where it could.be.. : : by.the SL
.., rI' winch h if designed to cover'with CKMUT. ? I -her o the, alimentary'the aianY that it is a remarkable -' E unenign have a.'tlted themselveS under possible! establish a watering'place of any im:; | ', Proprietor' bare l laid oat a namber er 5

J. Tbe proposals for she.a oniy,jte'inofode the'"ilLi "Tl tit effect fact that on the sysUmIs be easy, to an'infantor ff tbeflrrn: ouJI: iJg.Son Jr_Co. fu the purpose *_portance, from .iu beingperectlroPeflt0. lending from the iiib Lands otfiifcfethe .'

:. '1 of the bnifding.150 t ft.5lin long,_52 TL+& in. wide a lult.'witbbottbe possibilityf same may doing given .injurl- of caifyitii on te' Jfn Groctry Pasaaeu!at the S North and East'it teceive all the advantages or r River. The situation,iiwTowuorVillage'and eU| IIiIIi

. ,.. with doric porucos, 4n.lonl, 42n. eep.nd bat six-columns. Tbe foundation?wall to be 2 ft. continuance of the divested of advantages.,. Toe St..Sebastian '
.,. j" having tithe '''bal.ilualoroibervrise] ,>ndin BilUons Fevers.and .-"oltt'l Florida :at the same time the..kefO-j ,tiaRivers
; bIghthebuement1Ofteesitb.2dstory15ft&ndthe3dsiorj2ft. all bi i Ifoas aflecUoni they are:of tbe greatest possible same --" ? "ness peculiar":.a residence on, tbsea.coasL'. f in th81'Jc.altJ"is batao arm of.
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: l' : 'The.length of partition walls in tbe vBj MIRODDYl i ; wlteioppoaite't.be'the w ,is (excepting m theS and affords. the most excellent fiih, b
beneIIc. -i" '
I 368, ft in the 3d 150(I. ? S J. A.: RODDY. 7 the Bar clatns. The to the'
: bUmntand2a ; story j increasing.dose fficintItbe .aib8.mad* .-. rainy seasons) as thorowgblv! > 'C" at ; ; prospect North Eut -
:.i 'j I Tb thickness the eztui r.'wan,at the ftottom of ; effect the frame than the :-JJ50: F.sO'NEILL.. -consequently beneficial in its effects .for sea k'a South extensive arid picturesque -
'. I i.; the foundatJon
I tobeottheIeugtkof,7bricks in:.tbebasement 31-2 U'- of Florida ;St- Johns wss a to suchradvantage as >from this
tt eeffec)is over,no debi'ity,wl atever is experienIiutead ,oussc. '. in possession f oewh"site
bricks,ia the 2d story 2 1-2 bnclu, find iu,the 3d story ". then bore tbe name I from the the ,.-
: : ; L- bricks. I ,' :. ced. bl causing weaknessthe body isstrong- 'HHD; LmjOiJ. '"' .j 'S. place of considerable note;it, ,', ,. S all Heights be City .8.; -.
; .1 ve.selsweTe-buitt' S..0t Ocean may had in view.
er a d could bear more fatigue after they have 'beenused' V OU, "' the Ship.Yardnd many : 5y
J The thickness of the partitfon wallsat;; the bottom Wbere'the Brandreth. Pills ire. known Calomel f ;.'..5b do.Lose 5 *: i and.lanche (rom tnw:;coa ,eoiotaitlation.r" A The Health. of Su?Augustine 'has .
'
I of the fotmdatien! te..b of.tbi length of 5 .bficba is no iised. -, : : I iketf\"etWf'- '. Steamboats ami all otber .vesseUt that can.. ross known and appreciated ; St.. Sebutla. .
-3 : ,'
q the basement 2 bricks, aDd in the 2d, and 3d stories I ; ,.. 0 ; of the be leis' alubJJ u. since it ;
within 38 let !town is removed
the bar ,
1.2 Aiin a.p ui'er. of the. blood they are. moat invaluable. ;" 1 box Castor do.: ,For sale.: ,. ; -_. may approach ." .-
bricb. .
_
,
!: & CO. ,. the river banks'gently sloping l.the, channeL : .Citynotzporethan half mile.;ThejJtana
Tbe ,foundation of the pedestals to, >be. 6 1-2 ft.qoare all 'cutaneous diseases. ,..from whatever causes ari- Apiil i 7. '- D F.CAnR A: repairing the old lung Road ; '. the atilence pernicious air.'mUti .
subscriptionTor
}::L to bcUimin'uhed -.4 ft.the.,site' oCUw i cdes-' sing .- '. 'JPilots. '. : from'St. Johns to Su Augustine is already filled. .finest climate in the United States.r 5

Iii in the basement. : : B use no care 'required when uaing them;' Eat RESOLVED by the Mayor Ind'AldereD of the I within amount sufficient for/that purpose ; and I ,.be' rapid changes/of Weather..and "
The colomns|o be Satei ani the lower diameter of. riuk w ; ugns'me, thatj Captains LTMAKtfojrTHWickARTHO the of St. "rude winds 'hot
1 : andafter hatyod pleas*, and have no Jeai of cold, : another"subscription is"afloat in town. ; generally the'airis 5
j tbesbaft4ttbeopper3ft.tthI brick. aPhAttObeOf or.co d water; the,body is positively less liable to.cole MBiK:, ,and Ions Blicixi or ,Mary .aod -Its ,vicinity ror-extendinghe 'saute, wholesome,and seldom do the Inhabituu '

! entablature, extend.; entIre1'roIzn4the; \ > bull- than before adii Those humors being remov- such other persons al the Council ol'7'.hereancr.ap S Void as far as that place tbtu saving'mlhedis-; i daywhhoutse.einglheSun, 5, 5 > ,

; and the architrave and to be formed the ed b. the which colds anil potnf: constitute a Board of. pub tance from S*Augustine to'St* Marys, at least; : The Orange Groves; which used to ij ''
ding by.
\ Pills causes coughs, or .
tIe
of for the office of .
in charm .
.11 : pos examining, cadid.te 50 miles. Stages and Ferry Boats will be ict.dteoeruouIotthe t "pride and of St. Angustine,'Ire'
I masonry. .nd'or the whic i, by tneumbering the.blood, prevent its repellinj l'i t.roilhe Bar and Harbor ol St. Augustine.. : accommodation ofjjassengers. ing from severe blight of 1833. Wt f.
i I .. ,: The sills of the windows" extiror doon*tobeoffra&ite. ibehx.'T Bat a* the Pills! remove all incumbrance' from .. said Board of Examiners,.or any.two of them', ..,' '-./- t gains and soon,have orange i and the, '
, .. ?,* : 'S. !
t l. All the foundation bothfaces- of*the' wall# above ihe b opd,their'eflectiri i this parucular;is self-evident.: sball.be' sufficient to. make examinations, which. It may only J>e :necessary- for those persons' : she landscape eanyopt ail,) hU'UUJ" tit
: _
the Council,
place n"preaeDt'of C.ity interest observe themes the i Groyes 1 1 are i i
4;- it to M or tM belt bUUDUTODTIC, uw"resiiine or : .T< ey maybe taken at any time that bodf"requires aal tk wishing take an to : 1 515
i\-t '1f. lo N1tboa.t..- mad oe,either before or after*meals, when out or at '. ( 1'L.D.tNCY1. Blayor.. of those Who have{already"'engaged lots in'tho' f ancient city;along both e.oTto 'i'. j

1..ft'IIIIi: proposals/or tbe.carpesttry wuT embrace ,the hoax ,without any incouvenience being esp rienced. Attest r S town of SU Johns, to be assured of the firmness .'. the Heights ofSt.Augustini. The. (
-" p.trA frames and sashej of the windows to be made wjth And i I certainty that no m.lin..ntdiMUe cia ISJCREwhili P. 0. Do. Clerk of the Council. i of this project and the certainty of-its rapid juocess. > of the new lawn affords great -encoa .

suitable mouJdi c'. For the basement'.torf' 6 windows they are,used,: :Thus_ establisbirig the fact that ii' -- Summer Goods. A commodious hotel. win bespeedily completed -. -. to..those who shall beccroe proprietors{ ,rt

I. of 18 lights of 12 by.18 Inch &la..for the second *w Ie kive unly to use those remedies which PURIFY ANDREWS, having just returned a good wharf and :a ,school house' and : cultivation of the.Orange, the Chinese .).l :.2
apd third stones.,64 windows of 22 lights of twelve by UM I b owl,to be free from ALL diseases it being now MESSRS. in'the.Empire,offer for sale church erected. St. Johns offers every ad vintage S nr. and tropical and tbe TrniU. I \'

, 20 inch "... The cash to be double' bung ,with. a we II I knowu fatt;that every disease whether it be in a general assortment of the latest an.most fasbionabe'arcle. It. to settlers-as also to visitors. The Mnlber- I Toaod'to tbe value :of this prepert1, 13

!I weighsad pullies .. ," :: the train or meanest member whether been ont ., suitable,for'tnmmer weu.'con.i ng ry tree, for the culture of Silk"Orange, trees-. \. -. are never failing SvriagfofTntk, 3t
. I The flooring in the second and third stories to beef w.ni nicer or an inward abcess;:are all.though arising and bit superfine BROAD CLOTHS; Fig trees-Grapes. Olives, and the other useful pcrior quality._ana freeentnelyfroni the taj "

I 114 nam heart pine board,secret nailed,: tot left jfiotn_ many causes,reducible to une grad effort, name Inviifblc Green,.and Adelade. do productions of the'earlh;can' collrated, here lime or any IT inera aoVithibigl S ': \

J :'l '. on heart pine sleepers' 3 by 12 inches;,(exce pt of two 1, 'n puritfofblood. J. Blue,' ; and do.. as well as in any:similar latitude throughout the i \ and dryland eonmamfiBi It* tlI'

Ibal..each Si by 49 feet and J 6 inches from centre to Iu :onsfquence e of pteUlntle Of theiropera- 'Army & Navy '. do. ? S world Placed nearlhe'entrance, of'one of the. ', lieu, wi; b a lovely prospect, with aa mock nh. .

< centre.. In'tb two'halls the joists iriust be'3;by 14 ion, they"are universally uld ee"section of this BOMBAZINES, BO3IDAZETTES, L > most beautiful tre wi in,ilie'unitene, the advantages .* "bntyaai mountain ;!,ion cooJd a2brj-4 C)

: -laches, and,snpported bv three rows1'of bridging.The .wide extended country.whero:they are made known, Vel, t. Marreitljs, and Silk' VESTINGS, of this town are peculiarly 'eminent beinf reason to fear agues and fevers,'. lit ,

d floor of the Portico to be.constracted as.the floors and i rout lupercJI'erl j>ther preparation oCprltl HATS PUMPS. SHOES SUSPENDERS &c the river is navigable for steamboats "upwards.of ,: country fever.vtblch mag be fomtia kit fami ,

,. of. the interior. ned. nitr ipor. i.of tou. CRAVAT&STOCKS, POCKET HDFS. ', :t"o.h ,miles, i into the'very heart of a fertile r position With ample space 'and capacity fa JI
. The rooter the Portico and Building;to'be of prio cares ceri& d as a1 solely from 'Also. a small assortment of &. S .and salubrious country"which doubtless! will, Reproduction of the orange, mulberry; cli,.

dpa framing; strongly trussed, and covered with ..Iaahe me, since the tiotroduclion'of them into the,Unit THING which wi.b..old READY terms (as soon .._tho Indians are removed) be thickly ': 'and almost' all kinds of fruits, herbs.DeI. ;
'
:.. height of tb.s roof in the body of The building to Stalls, thus 'esublishiuglhe f ct,beyond all Cub) "., j.- 4 *'. *' \ settled,where numerous towns will be formed -with an immediate proximity to the 'Usb,r ,g .

ba 1:4 the f pan.' The,valleys and gutters.behind,the that i ho'Brandrelh Pills cure the(apparently most oppflit They feel thankful t "tbe'cif&ens of"St. Angustine whose produce must be conveyed to this natural 5- St. Augustine the furthest point of lhem I

ctiimnefs to be 1'ned with copper'or lead. sufSciently 'd.a by the one simple act of continually for their liberal .. rore. 'and ,pledge depot on the way to market, This favored spot. jected village being not more than a Wife.raw*
wide to pteveot leakage the eaves of Uie"gutter* to "e vac >owels with them until the disease gitet themselves to d r1ronie their power to meJ a will be the resort fashionables and invalids .j tl 'ed from the-Sea Wall; *"itb st'eii'r: ,11I
. tung'.n
. be formed In the eortuce 7.U/ches.widei and,the con way, ibeiefbreVwhateyer. may be said of the THlar,1 'eontinoauce of it. .5. throughout the Union. It may be.wonhyor-Te., I bounding the finest shell and other...T'H
duttors to be 4 inched in iameter.both of copper.The '. tbe TUT.J'( the .FRACTICS: "is now BXTOSD 1iOTICE.--SiL after date I will apply to p mark thit St. Johns is.far remote from Indian gable for .steamboats, and oflering fteiftiet Jar '.

entire entablature of the portico and its pediments I? r. *. .tl .JLv the Judge week. Court of ,Columbia districts and that .tbe moccasin has not left its i. .b thin: lathe Sail Water:the pronietaraS .,

and the projecting corfliceof or the body of the I A u cure Scurvey, I County:: for Letters of'Administration on the : print within many miles of this place for years themselves that their enterprise deeni .

banoing (which must be continued up the gables to'' Agu 5,,Bratdreth'COtirn .a Pil its ,Feyeand Ip GABRIEL CASON. late of County Ette'of past. The water' for domestic use.,in St. Johns I to succeed and trust it will meet wki the.
seefearing fid de '
form pediment) to be of wood. '. men and all travellers to foreign consequences regions'should not LOVY"CASON; is excellent,and numerous. sulphurous: and other lion it merits. S ., 't-i I
AU the materials mast beef tbe: best qnIII.ndthe ; S ROBT BROWN mineral springs are found-in the Dej;rlborbood. f Donations wiirbe cheerfully ore&2. .

work 'uecated'in- the most.approved and workmanlike occa be iibonUbm. in order No Medicine to resort to chest: them js 'on required every I Columbia Co.Fa., March 23;183). The rjjer opposite abounds; in fish of the chvi.cest -. f ? OUt Societies'. .ChuchesandtDi,5emj" ;:
'. kind
manner. el. .5 quality and oysters of'a superior can of Learning. ;
f'
Tbe contract fur the'carpentry require that the wile e tbey are, Time or climate'effects tbem'not, :- : IVotice.IX 5 be obtained frotd their native beds within the' i Application for the purchase of,Lottv D

hotel and Umbers be supplied in time to prevent prey dod they are ket dry,' Gentlemen will find this mont.after date I wilPplllo the lon the S' pace of two..hours-the .woods .in the rear are made to K. LDucrorat the Store,of P; '.

anf ddUy in tbe'masonry.. med cine one that will"" ensure health to the people on": the County Cour .. UI., well stocked with deer wild turkies and other I DUMAS, in the City of St. Angnstinr, 1ttrti4 :.

The plans and more detailed specifications will be .their e.tte. ty, (or a settlement with the ,of GJCOEGE S. Mon game-within a faw miles are the Diego Plains, plan of the vaUa-is left fut inspection '

exhibited. upon application 10 B andreth'a pm.lae.liiyersly secured friends dec., aDe a fna *. Administrator of'said I which naturallavanuab.; afford range for many" : N. B. A number of these Lots win soon Ik(,, t
G. C. ENGLISH COrJ miuiooet. wheBrail ever they and I, BenjiminIreth Estate -A D. WOOD, Adm'r. hundred feed cattle. and some of the richest lands ,Sere for sale! auction. ;;" ;

Sspt7 : JJoctorofMedicinedobelievethemtopo,. 'Mandarin April 12, ( iff East Florida are in close vicinity. The front ; -
: BOSS I tb prper&ie I have attributed to them t and I. lots in St.Johns are 100 feet from the River at _AT CHAMBERS, 18th OV..I lJd.i ,<_

a Land Office, .have uld in my family and in an extenractice Patrol. 'high water ; they contain 86 feet (root, by 105 .T nOSE who may desire to obtain tafbrmsv; .
ST. ACGCSTISK.;June 27. live for over ten years,and mjr experience has RESOLVED. by'the Mayor and Aldermen of the deep ;all other lots are 100 feet front by 105 in tion respecting Claims fur Losses b 131}

_. NOTICETOLNDCLAIMAT$. I fully confirmed me iu iny opinion that fall diseases can AugustineThat Irorn and after this depth.' The principal street, called the Avenue, and 1813, now in the course of investigataf1snd .
Register and Receiver of the Land District I be rt moved by those remedies'which have a specific date the ordinai.ee entitled "An ordinance relating tb is. 100 feet wide ; through tbe centre"of which thjose who may .wish to obtain ConimiMMM :
S THE East I Florida hsvng' bee' constituted a actio i on the organs of the siotnacb aD bowels, and igene 3I the patrol of the City of St. Augustine," passed June runs a promenade 20 feet wide. to. be shaded by for the examination of \Witnesses are raped

Board of Land Commissioners (or the re-examination -al action on the system'; such my Pills have. 23d, SCO,be.carried into full force and effect the Magnolia. Wild Orange,Cedar. Day tree and fully requested to apply between the hours of Band .

' of certain claims to Laid, embraced br the act of Con 31 Aberneth' has clearly proved ,that all local die F. L DANCY Msyor. other beautiful evergreens of this country. Park 2 iu the day during the absence of the Jadst': \

(rets, approved,26th May 1630, entitled. An Act seu can be cured;by those. remedies which hae.acura i P. B. DUMAS, Clerk of the Board of Aldermen street is upon a' similar plan. The mall in front of the Superior Cu.utto the Clerk .f the c..

to provide for the final settlement of Land Claims in 'vseflect on the stomach an J bowels. May 28th. 1839.. : will be ornamented by a double row of. Palm mimcnn.; at tbe residence of the Judge iq. &tIalgustine.

Florida,"hereby give notice that pursuant to that act, ; q.q -q qq q S Caution.I J 1 trees. No building ueeetiug 'wharves; will he ". f I f
I they have organised Board and entered IIfon.th. "GREAT CAUTION NECESSARY' HEREBY give notice, that,. whereas .allowed nearer than one hundred Jeel from' the t The same facilities will be afforded for tt '.. ff
' duties of tbe commission.b Tw Nol p amination Witnesses,and the laf..J
; LI I Ka river. The whole town is laid out'on an inelin same
three hundred
; Brandreth Pills qf-Jhnd
to .ve.oretbo genuine. and each '
: thUDis- p yon can dol.r tion if the f
All Claims to Lands within given as Judge
: persons holding ecuted ed plane reaching an altitude of about sixty feet, : were personally pro
it the take by me to
notf to genuine if the ollow.vice. bearin,
procure you L orde. : '
contained: in Ienjimin I eat. ,4
trictunder quantity one league square .' date Jae and 26 commanding a good view of.the river, and the .
.. heretofore filed before tbe and Receiver act in?i .onvale. lit, 1 Commissioners under '
Register n the
: the higher lots overlooking the sea. No expense will I : appointaestof
for which
be SECURE
w TO COUNTERFEITS.N coniideratioo said notes were given .
LandfCommissioners and contained the 1 1&01 I the Judge will *
in re the
lug U ; bo return
spared. hy theProprietor of the property to depositions takfl
proves deceptive and ., I. mider :
e
abstracts and or the said and purchase Drlndrth' Pi without being whelynloele. I IS them to the Clerk of the
Register
ports. opinions myself nhon rated ( "lo render fit. -Johns both picturesque and healthy.. CommisnToii. daring
U ceiver which confirmed by he' Spanish pO'el1.sure th.lhe person an KKGIUVXD any pay tbosi i absence of the : ". ..t
al ao \ were \ notes and shall act accordingly. I A full block is allowed for a Church ami School S Judge. :
of ,
b Government subsequent totbe24tb of January. Itilti- cer.ti c.t certificate agency ad 07 observe. has been re ,. . SAMUEL' BLYDENBURGH.. and about 20( acres for a'[lOblie Park, which is at I IS The Judge takes with hhn'to'St. Joeel&f'-

are requested to 'come forward and present their evidence nSw ; no being any,uar.nte after twelve Fa., Jnne 19, 1839. present thickly wooded with,Live .Oak. Magnolia Tallahassee those Claims for Los .>hKas t.,
without delay, that UM report nf the re examination won b from date that Pii sold by the. holdu're. see 'Jlek.oAvi4. ,',Cedar, and other ornamental trees, and on been submitted, and be will occupy every ai

of och'cUltns,with the evidence thereon, nay poi '7 '. ...Notice. the highest portion of the e.tate.Tile 'Area of nrent that can. be..p.iecf (or that purpo ,.Wieiding t.T

I be forwarded to .thaj ecr.taIy of the Treasury. to be M own office for the certain supply of the THE CO-PARTNERS heretofore carried on I the St. Johns !ror-ert1co'Verubout 1000 acres- and forwarding them to.'Wsabiagtos.C'
aid.before Congress at its next aellaon.. / .Bled tines,at 25 cts.vp.r box/with directions,pr under the firm'of J. & C. LAW ; the whole'of which might be bnilt npon if reqiiired. r Th Secretary'. decision' on the' folioiiJ

IV.'IH. SIMMONS. Register. I 70 AIEETING STREET TON, was dissolved on the'7th August lat by the -'Persons wishing to make extensive'Orange 'GLum .for Lotl'lea of Jbl2 and 1313..Us Lleeeivedby
> JOHN C. CLELAND,. Receiver. Ooe'door from Queen, Charleston. death of.Charles-Law ton.- In future the business will orMulberry groves, can be provided witbporJiens -';' the Ju.c g.- Claimants their
.
I, K. B. GIBBS, Secwl&ry B. L. C. 03Tpun: .Druggists are never appointed Alent; therefore be conducted by. the urviving-'partner, JOSEPH of land of front lOjto 200 acres.: Warran. ;;,* t torneys' ; desiring information as .to their'C
v al0 MEETING-. tAWTONtin! bin individual name. :. will be can obtain it
JsritMeceLved laO only : Vfy'titles given to purchaser : : byealiing at.the Judge's reiideeus.I
.
.. "
A 70 is the Charleston, June 8, 183& Vje20.Paints I'- Terms of I between thehoursof 12 '
Sch from New York, B. E. 'D..REAEMDFa' Meeting-it only payment ace mmodating.- -r and 3, P. M.wbw j
PER & Co.bave.12days received, full suiGroceries oUreab i plac 'rher.t e true BRAN DRETI I Oflx'c. i..... l ," > ..of" For fln er'partlculal.apply tothe'Propnet r will be furnished by the Clerk of tho Commrl
.
for PIL .3 are'.sold, .my'ownflicefor their exclusive KEGS No. White Lead. T' ; ; *. : Dr., AsDRifr WELCH, at at. Johns or to Gen. I. '1100. S -. -' "}'t

t "il,'T z t.. which.they. offer"" aIewhoIesse' *.v ; or re-, sale : '. .. B. ORANDRETH' .&'. Df. '. S 1 0 200Ibs Verdiri. in smallcannwers,. ...5 P. S..SMI H. Agent,.Su Augustine. ., J. v, .,Tne Executors of Don Bartolo do Cunwj
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< ';' 1241 Broadway, Oil BLOCKS AND LOTS ENGAGED. Ferrer;recommitted.i ;. ,
15 firkins Goshen Batter; 5 bags Salt, 2bbl. LnaedOi,2doSprm .
ldb7JO1INJflEb&ICK "
-.Si : Lot. ,, Mock r. ";.- '.ZTli .Heir. o"'Job wrefJc .rtc iiiMp4.
.
t :7" 2 casks 1st quality Cheese 20 bones brown Soap ,. : Fat .of '
20 bbls. Rochester Flour 3 kegsTwisJ Tobacco, Agent for at.. DCD.tOe .-' June W.F.PlWABD.Boots . in 1 General Smithl' : /- '.-. ';"' '; Claim r..Pbulip5li;Yone, dlkwed.jj: I

2 do. White Beans.' 2 boxes Honey do. ., ..- PROPOSALS ana Shoes. ..'-S 2 Messrs. Cleland & Sinunon, ,! ; f JaincsFuany! f dkaUowe"j
'
50 pieces dried Beef; 2 do. Cavendish, 'U 7ILL belreeeivtd: by the City until the -lHE' Subscriber .- ;: ,10 Cleland &.Simm na. '":7 S Et.tat.or. MargariUa Bevis Santtna iIJiIed.
renera'l "
'. Councl.. hasjmt received a assortmeiit I. 2v. 3 II,;Nic ll. : : "". ;
2 bbls Soda Biscuit, 10 M.Cigars/4 i boxes... 2Utb July, widening running "' 555
S C bbls Sugar 30 M do J boxes. .- .We. from the Public Square, removing: the stone superior, ofJBOOTS & SHOES of alvery ,. 5 J 9 Mrs.'Ni oll. _, fl.5CIanj'opter Cercopoli.disapproveo'jb'fel'
quality consisting Ladies Misses and Li ;: < 3 CoL ." ". ; '.7. Claim of Andres Pacetli disallowed.." ,
Hallows. ,
2 boxes t.afdo. 1 l.bd Sperm Oil, wal and rebaildinrTH to the height of six feet, as to Children's 'fine Kid ) : '. ," ,
1 SLIPPERS < "
:3 boxes Lump do, 10 boxes Champagne the.entir widl"ftho etreet eighty WALKING nd'llqroco'. d : ..- 5'3, C Olf'II allow.! i < --: -: : 8. Estataof Manias Puns, iccommittcd. :. 1"1
feet.foD SHOES of various '
.S hbds Molasses, Ciderrju Mr. 'utO.OI" with .lentlcmen's Crio' patterns I.' together %',-:l -5.Cot4Waren.. ': ,5' '' ;.9. Claim of John Andrea, duappfbved. .l!
.
Calf
.1"keg HoneV II 20 boxes'.lnton Syrup, T e to be' deposited with. SHOES BROGANS and. 'BOOTS.. ; O :: ,G .. .: 5 \Col'Varren. : .: ( 10, Exeeutitt o!' the Estate of JJcnnet 81a
'proposa & Ac.Jn *- -
6 boxM assr'J Confectionary,20 do. Claret Wine ,Ju .18 '-P* B. DUMAd. .26139. .:: 1.. ,N'.IJENRVO'' S '.:1'S 6' Capl. Eddy : -1' approved.' -" .

10 ba:s do Shot, 31.casks supr Madeira wiDe; Clerk of the Council. .- .-; .. 6 :' 6 sliV'nd-slVte)> P a opbelLr';' ; J 5II; Claim o S..Ii"'cojt3..Adni"x ottbe e.1
JQOIbs Bar Lead, :boxes Pepper Sauoe, For Sale and Cheap., ,ei.O' ,ICe.' ) '''k.o F-,'.: 6 Mr, Tra'ers. 5. ;' .; ." *.of John Taterrecomroitted. ';
10 kegs Nails & casks Ale &,Porter light BAROUCHE D.ir I.! is the purpose of the Subscribers to erect a s'lesra 5 ..1 15 'Air Fitzpatrick. .'.- "r: J2. .tatPpfJi 'A tk.'iOlfoD, reeomwittei'J

3 :!casks sup'x.Shcrry,, 2 4"pipeiUrandy, ? 'A Horses. Apply"and office o(; family .Car.raa(1 :SAW: & GRIST, MILL in this city, and are now ;; l,; ; :.".17' )1r Bgetow.- ; .... ; .'4;t '*>Estate of BarfokyCanovas, recommiOei.1

ldo| do Port Wine, SObtVNERom. .Thtit ta ,- read1.lo reeaivejoposats for the erectionofa Wharf ;: S.1"I..' '--" 5 Reserved.7 ;:- .?'$& -.. '... : I4.E.tt_ ontoqoc" Leonard!,not approvitLia

10 canisters Verdegris, 10 American. Brandy,. C1'flZEN8.0l' ST. AUGUSTINE re includingb1ill; Foundetiou, Enquire stthrir .rooD1l.al.Mns '-6 'Reserrek.S. .. ;;. : 15 Hfann ef'Tony Prima.. recommitted 't;
.
3 SbblsTar 5 dod) Gin ,: "- '.1c' ifoedithlt Mr.B: CREEGAN Levingston'svhere. pJans will be esbahattd;: ; J:* ;--6' Reserved;; ,*> 's. ':' .'J01. -" I ] Ctaimof Peter Trope/disallowed.

r 2 do Turpentine 2 casks Wine Vinegar;' will ice lessons in .chol.room'eer bjght Sallr J. ALFRED S. LIVINGSTON,. 3 5.' Ueserved.'I_ .)1*Eat taor JQhn/l'riav, not ap roved. ) I:

t i 3 Bales Oakum, 3 casks Claret Wine days udSundayl to Dy to IV WILLIAM D. J\1ACLE. N. '.. -'_ S, & '6 5; Rea "ed".1. _4:. e.-. : J .< "*>In.' 'Jaun *f f---! Arn" u.d it _
o
. ; lOObagi Corn, 10 reams ruled Letter Paper, nuoi it e of a Dumbr'of'youae u.gentlemen', .broiled. I to'.i ..St..AtJgustan F.'August lf_. )839. M1-3w. : .._ 7 y 3: Rev. D..Brown. .-:r'-#. ". :., ; : 9.JSatateofChrasto ed1- :

l' ", tJO bales Hay, 5 do' Foolscap do. I ;': eight' .,8 "to.' Rev.D.- Brown. -,; '..,,... .. .. ,0.Eatate < 0 -. UO sU1'll .
JO Ban Oats > ". ,: 20 Jo Wrapping d.,, '. Tehnsred. $2 month; payable in .ch'ace', irrequ. Notice. ;- g
:
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1 Bale Twine, ; I. do Candle\Vick, .. .'' No" persons will ba received those of.ie.pc. SIX! weeks afer1stej-hhall apply to the Judge,f :; .Butter A9 Cheese., I lJIQJ1dW e r
; Julf2. __ tahiti y, wholly desirous of improvement S County CurtofLkIacbuaCountyforJettji: r" CASKB.uperlor Cheese, < *- ;- :.",. '.<. 'Lop ,
f' weeks after date I or administration i lou von, IS,ilula GOJ eft.DuUfr.'retail." r' I 23. 's _
shall apply tbe Judge. of uii'tbe" Estate. of L1. .b j 0
: JS JLots for Sale. t May 2-. T *4 114CT, re _
UdiHff $b, CouotlCoor SUohm Connty. for letters Cacaos Dow l.late of saidCui.nt7, dcc.REBLCCA. B.E.CARR & CO.' J j 21. Estate of Jane "tki son. nxu r :
ON the inostaccoinnlDdatingtrm.Iitnteinfror it ef. iD onthenEstate of W.Ct DATES.31ay3.1839. TbatiIhe the of 25. Claim'of"
tt I tlOLvLUs duty the Clerk o r Charles Sanchez, (a l ,
the
Subscriber's residence at Point Hopeormerly S "* .
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dee.- ; .
KElte'orlid County, ? ; to collect :.all moneys, fiom Auc 'maQrecomIDJttecL S
:: S particulars Segui's at the, Point.Polnlj or Please to Gen.apply r.o.; thsnuJ for further. LJ; 18 ,SAMPSON WJLLIAMS Muscat f Claret fl'ine.dk I"10 thai*?such'"* f?elJan&'Io the & iD be Market House, and: 2fi Claim of Gabriel Priesli r co nmltted. "; ,

_April ia 1839. ". AUG. POUJAUD.. 'Jbtlc. '. S BOXES Claret Wine';. .. ltd r..elf. is meaning of the act in relation to.mar 27fl aini0f Adtn'ri'of the Estrjs of frs*' "

p. .- weeks ; on will be made' 20 derMuseat.. F.tio, Senior, recommitted. .
TestP.
District or JVast ,Florida. S1 tt r 10'Baskets S B. DUMASClerkoftheC'ftv,-' 28. Adm'rs of the Estate of '
a Hon. the Judge of 81 JohnsjCJonnty.'for te Champagne,' : George. .FfcaaiV. -5
d AT CHAMBERS 22& MAT, 1839. ters administration on' Estate of JAMES Wir>; JO boxes Champagne Cider. For.sale. Council. recommitted. < ,"

: : JUDGE of the Superior Courtwill attendto LUlU late of said County dee- 'April 17. B. E. CARR..& CO 1'U : Packet Sehooifer EMPIRE .-$ 1JTH) -- %29.Claim! of Juan Leonard!,recommittedof -' .i.
I Claims forloasesandtoother official doties t Au,fust29.1839.JAMES M. GOULD.mTOTlCE ', Master:will run regularly throoghoii 30. Claim 'Susan Follll, Adm'x' 0 the E*'.
Liii house, on Water,.treet. every day,'Fridays and ia all jKaspoerryjrtp, ? Cordials.. r the summer; between the above Poitr. ; Her tate of Arbma Pallia and Levin Gonby, recOmitted.
hereby having CASES > '
at 11 o'clock. A M.. .This, persons Rssptwry Syrup accommodations .
Saturdays .
excepted ar-1 are
r'eo.'to
I comfortable and extensive. : 5-
JL v claims against the of Louis L;:.31 one, 99 .3 do. 'do i :
.
I 0 rang m nt will continua until the first day of Novem I. Brandy, .< Travellers' rill find this mode of -S '. 31.Clalm of Susan FolHs Adm ofAltt
dec. the within the time ,
v> same
ber with the the present prescribed : 5 do. assorted Cordiils. ,For SahTby '
of '
next iDten-eniDI.euioa
exception men winepention if 'Fallis.disallowed. '
10, "
laW.or be ( barred tleuant.'braot Iny othern >
by and all
they
..
of the C wl or'e ; penons April 17..1B39. .B. E. CARR& CO. 32.Claim .
Tbil *
d are to make payment to roe. porll.V Packet aMa Y' goes wel II Prudence PiummerrecomuutW
t IN THE COUNTY COURT-SUokmt CmaUg ode 1,18.r'qire M._: F. JOHNSON, Adm'r. TW\ Subscriber having. been appointed agentfor; "alfasted. ,and never.takes'a deck load; SN. ;i' 33.Claim ofSnsan Murphy,Adm'xofI'"*
.
.
r Jal1atUtweCh'EIl4lINotice of .JL- the South Flofld B*-Always Cashendiuflowed. '
: will touching
receive
afl. afSavannah :
'wbeD "
subscriptions '
R.fat Andrne, lee. discharge.' Q. J idge'months of tbe after County date I Co will ait apply of St.to Jehns the ton County the, for that Paper; terms $5annually. The proprietor : moderate encouragement offers. ; ..er. \, 34. Claim of.Peter.*.Segni' ,Adm'r of S Iou'8:0: '

JOHN R* ANDREW one of lbs Testament for a itllement heirs of SETH NICKEl .succeeded". in completing! his establishment I the QIX months after date we shall Hon"nr i guir.wavvwcu. 5
of the Estate of Rafael Andrew. SON, lee. and wib"the paper, therefore will be issued regularly.. S flfiateof.lbe tobil8Conrtof'Jlamff CoaSF.b.,0 35.Claim of John Ashton approved/ ,
as'Adrninistrator
,
'.' I ,. dee., having adjusted the accounts with the beirs and I ..tate. .fna GEORGE of :I JOHN LOTT PHILLIPS, Agent ".'Enco Esa f 5 36. Lazaro Ortega's approved** .
.; ..ial of said estate hereby gives notice, that imme- .id ;BARTLETT.ugaittne 8t Aogostine 9. J839 the Ettate tor or. 37;'
, s. Jaly 17. T839. ; Sept ;\ 5 ,or C.pt. L Baily. late oilasze. Claim of the Adm'rs (Jos. flofawam ?! 4
1 i '-
.
t djxlely after the expiration of six months from, tbe -, deed. ANN 0 ot1, 'ved', ]
[
" Jieadinq.ltoom. ,' persons baring'caims! or other BAILEY, E I'tflX. .
puts hereof he will apply to the'Hon. the Judge ofI ALL demands a 38. Claim of A ,
Lbs Court of St. Johns County for full .:and 'final .m II. E Citizens of Su Augustine are informed that the Estate of RICHARD 1' KEAT SPICER C.. BRADDOCK. Eu. 39.Estate IohDWingateapproved. \
) be Subscriber has ING. late of.D tat Connty .. S of Jose Pedro di B rp,;prW-t;: .
Florida -
win 45:6m
\ settlement of his accounts with said restate,:and for opened a Readmg R6m. please, pre ,40. Claim of iw'...
bit discharge as'tncb Ezecutor.St.AugustineJsD2. nexLtbTenjii) e City Hotel, where papers from the sent them within the time prescribed by law-and 5 r S Jt' 7'.ICE. I-' PhilipAVeedoan Lf -- ."'.

i j! .Cilie f the Union will be kpton file. those indebted. will.make payment to T e rKdgned re atill'.erring.LOTS, .; .tec.L.', ". -: of .Margaritta. AcosU *,! ;
of ) 'ARCJl. on ;
I vert
Subscription- month.. S CLARK. S
I 7.Moiifs Tfultlceuns, He hopes thai this effort at public per.accommodation -_* t Maiys, Geo., nth Aarallt 18uK.i.Bartlurn. Executor. TbereisjogjzP'"aJ :aV lIage of. L Sebasti n.: *:. '42. Estate oCS.rab''Petty, disallowed. ..5 5J

fC; :.' I OR Sale, about 70 very large .Trees of three will me'et withpatronsge.Ereejadmittanc. ;- Metiers .. S otTer for aale.! ,flu ourch".fI !3poa! theproperty-" Withonl interest., ,

three years growth, having a great many bran .- for, ,asters of vessels and Stran- A. FULLassortrnentofing, h. 1U.IS criUcally 1Ia, TITLE are ic cit thtVI.' tee"'d. .. LetterPaper, QKUli : /
'r: the',well wooded. For terms apply to e.n.. : F DREDIER. :. /5L Rtchers, Jars,.and offered t 1 1-2 .
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" 1 : covered.Earthsn.Dishes, for sale : F. L. I. Reams Ame 'bes {aJeiI..tUlr..
-t: 1839' G. L. PHILLIPS.F St. uguatine ,; DANCY.', .0" .
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;. ,'t / \ April 2d 1839 ,..JOHNbyGnAAlAM'! V 5 .do do plain, for retail, jj

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