Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: February 20, 1840
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
oclc - 08822160
notis - AKP5524
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System ID: UF00079918:00041
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,1I.JI From ikt Democratic : lands l : But ,this is 'not' the proper way. :The 'Lady' Candidate -tti answer to an editor Plumu."Cct.A. sort 'of ''shabby genteel \

,f: ; forminga; ''just estimate'of'our'condition. who attempted to gain some sympathy for Mrs. chaprecently; 'entered a";grocery store la this I i

J at ought to be tho condition of a nation ha Chapman, who received several votes for Governor city, and after a few minutes spent by the;store I :
." !a territory of.upwards. of >two millions of Massachusetts comes .uencq of hay. he asked the storekeeper if he had any alcohol I: }
',f.1.\i ,' ; square miles, .all lying;.within,the temperate lag made herself conspicuous. ,In'abolition meet.' He was answered that if br alcohol he.meant t ;
. .: ; I producing corn ana cotton, and every oth ings, .and who had been'roughly handled by, juch, spirituous liquor u the-people drink he 1 ,3 j
i i : ',necessary,.''and many luxuries of life; withexhaustible some of the Boston papers,'the'New"York.Com-. had some, '"Brandy willdo/'safcl the.n.and.u -, ,. .'
r ; mInes'of Iron coal,'and most ottoruseful merckl Advertiser holds the following just lan .'. 'or
tift. \ ) ; ; : minerals i j "with'.water power which gunge:' t 'k--. ,J'. .".
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.... i f meaVwitfi, rxte huaung'-ground*;yield subjects the' discussion'and regulation olwJ lowed the t earnests oi'te glat3v', Laa, era," .
: ; the choicest f tfrsi;with boundless natural for. belong men=-mounts'the forunflf and mingles said be' smacking his UPs, '"you;are"a\'pretty :

/ ... ; ;' valuableraw materials,which in publicly in debate.-.he at once forfeits the'delicate clever fellow and as I have no s money, I.wish' i to :
' '" : countries could not be brought to maturity reserve with which the'aex should be treat. pay you by Instruction., .'ThIs ii tksever : i
,.', : : I less than aiexaturywith every facility'for' ed.. 'If'ladies will neglect l the duties of their fa.mflies place in which have tried to gel' a gfess of liq. '

t't''J" i stic"Intercourse' which,th longest men -mix' in politics instead' mixing pud uor to-day, and have'not succeeded tillnow a
.- : i largest lakes in the'world"can afford dings; deliver speeches instead of darning their circumstance which teaches'the 'gt'eatvalno; of
l ;" : j :; with; their; northern Atlantic border'in children's 'stockings ; they ''must expect to .be pe ve&lL Slat.: '' ;
; : immediate, vicinity of,the most profitable treated.,as though they stood in boots and pantaloons i
f ; I grounds inthe word and. their southern Mrs. Chapman' is therefore entitled. to Ms.'C AiHouju-rThe Speech,delivered by efr. i
Id'f1! I ( the very neighborhood of the richest products not particle of sympathy."' Calhoun to day .m",the SenateV'was prooounced .
Li >r | -the'tropics: ,'and with'natural harbors on the by many of tOO Republican Senators to be the \
; J coast,such as England cannot equal, except Bank, Abolition J-c<--The House.of Represantatiycs ablest be ever made in tbatib ... ,It wa certainly ,
:- i :; V spending millions in artificial constructions! of the Ohio Legislature has adopted a distinguished in the highest degree by tho

hat ought to be the condition of a people in. resolution instructing the committee on banks t peculiar, traits which, give 'so much power to '
}1e i ; !" a'territory like this.and'.having but and the currency'' to report to that body a'bill, I Mr. Calhoun's eloquence. His ,extra I ,:,

1" : or four years of war to.every thirtypr; for. making it an offence punishable by confinement faculty of generalization and condensation was .
of.peace t' A Aleenjoying all the advan in the penitentiary for any length, of time not never more singularlydeveloped;. His speech> : .

I ; ;[ .of, all;-the..discoveries in.science'and im ez ding seven nor,less than'three years, for was chain of maxims,each link extending and]
f j I In the arts. hich\the experience of the directors or officers of any banking' institution combining the argument, and,, leading imsistlt '
h I thousand years has given to the world-a within' the State,'to issue, for circulation bly' to the conclusion.. /rapidit1; '
'' within the State or elsewhere post notes or bills I
'enjoying religious libertyldits fullest thought was weUseconded; by-the; brevity and
| I and blessed with political institutions payable on time. .A resolution stating that slavery force, of the expression; ,and thus, in the course ,
; .may well challenge thoworld's;; admira is'an institution.recpgnized by the constitution of about two hours, Mr. Calhoun threw out ma. k:'
/1 '! !, Is the present condition 'of the American was'passed by a large.majority-4wo on.' terial sufficient for a half doteaspeechesr-li'

,. such,' ..has it any period of their,histo voting in the negative. Another resolution on Globe. .' ,, '
,been such;as fright naturally be to subject declared that "the unlawful
expected '
; out of the' great advantages, natural"reli unwise and unconstitutional interference of the -LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ; ; .: .
o : : and political,.which they ? fanatical, abolitionists of the; north with the domestic FJHBIT,.'Feb. t 1840., .' }
possess '
I ,Toaccount for the misery of the I institutions of the southern States. was Mr. Anderson gave notice that on some future .
masses i in, criminal.; day he will ask leave to introduce bill to t I

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no difficult tuSk. It is .
/ only to point '
l the political institutions of c the Governor to appoint 'comrntssioncr ':" t
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countries, to NEWLY DISCOVERED Powza tx PBQIECTILES. settle and wind ;
to up the affairs of the Farmer .
$ : i frequent, wars.with! one another, to the An experiment was tried on Thursday.last,with Bank of Florida.Mr .. ,
: narrow extent' of their natural a newly invented projectile. A l large and Steele '
strong gave notice that he would otj somefuture
{ ; i to their all-consumin naval and mil built boat was the subject of the experiment.-- day ask leave to introduce a bill..to'repeal 1

'establishments, to their' heavy .national The distance was left to choice, with the single the second section of the act entitled an act to 'i '
; ts; their unjust systems of taxation,their roy. proviso that the object fired at should be in sight amend the several acts regulating'county t ;
j ) and noble pension lists, their restrictions on The inventor, Warner launched )
Captain with in the Territory. of Florida,' approved'Febuarr :
# ; : : free employment of industry 'and 'capital, his own hand the'destructive missile' which, 8th 1838. .

; : tithes, their.corn'laws, and to be'short to reaching the boat at' the water line, exploded Also,leave to introduce a bill.for the repeal 1;

masses of corruptioq, in,every,form, which' fairly heaving her up and scattering planks of Man act to'prevent any person in thisTenitary'from ; i!
e the accumulation' of,ages.. into shivers.. One plank alone of the whole re.' carrying arms secretly.'approved January (
But why is it that the state' ot society in, the tui ned' a'bre dth'.of'about two or three inches, 30th,1635 and the act amendatory thereto,approved 1: R";

States so nearly resembles itS state i nor and perhaps two feet in length;1 the rest,' andthe :. Feb. 10th, 1838."' ', ,. :,
i i ; Britain ,We have no feudal nobilHy keel itself I as '"fell
: i 'they after the lapse of A.resolution heretofore offered by If r. Mason*h.. ';. -
usages,church establishment,no splen some seconds into the water,,'presentgd'a mefo relative to the final adjournmentof:the.Lee sk-"' .' "-'
f throneno tithcs'no corn laws; ;wo.pay no mass of floating splinters' ,to theeye,.and porticos live t Councilr-was read the second time and one '
bjuUbjimmd&&iirfniVc' ; .' $aldiets litdsaflor6 ;our standing army hard" fields to a considerable:distance. The whole table, the ayes and ''nays were called far.;" i)
.k I \ .numbers one man for each mile of frontier, destruction was 'effected by the agency of two Messrs. Livingston and Martin.and were
J < our ships of war-great and small together; and a,half Ibs, of combustible matter, projected Aye*-Messrs- Anderson,' Carter, Fe. / '

,. amount to two for. each.State ; .w ; i ( very' heavy taxes nor any that are very' un pounds weight., There was no recoil whatever, Taylor, Thig n.aDdValkerl2. .. '
m their operation: Vet, m the United 11 nor any smoke or noise till'the.shell itself exploded .' Nays-Mr. Speaker, Bell Gjbbs : '
the rnatnyluvo and labor'' for the few, as against the, vessel and then the percussion Lancaster Livingston, Martin, McKinnon,Mason ''1

,, ; as they,do so in Great Britain.: In.the of air was tremendous it threw down the Meacham Myers, Putnam,!12-so said mo t .
country, as in the other tho palace and the nearest spectator and was felt at a still greater lion 'was lost, ana said resolution crdered to be, ;t
r.houso rise side by side:. .With us.aJ, with i1 distance like discharge of an eighty pounder engrossed.. '. ( ; 1

s'o' ] ,'splendid wealth and sordid poverty., jostle at least.. At Kingston it created great commo A Senate bill to be entitled an act to prevent J I i
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another the streets. I Lion,"as the explosion was attributed ,to the
duelling, was made the orde'r;of :the' dayifat ". I
Thoro must be some cause for this. What f it powder-mills 'at Hounslow; and since rue fact Monday next. .
; and,where it lies, we leave to the reader to has become known the excitement has greatly A resolution ,from thel'Senafe'rcs' .the '"<1
,' r. It is not to bo found in our political I increased. .No vessel of the line probably could of both
appointment a joint committee of Houses -. t( .
They rest on the impregnable ba have withstood the shock, or escape total destruction to enquire into the propriety of dividing the '; '
of tho equal rights of citizens. It is riot from the ,
to even small'quantity of com TerritorY, Florida, ,was read a 'second tune f
; ,\ found,in any natural inequality in the facul t bustibles experimented witii.! The most singu: and ordered for for a third readingon to-morrow* '

I of men. The weakest and. the as larcircumstance, perhaps! is, that not the slight A Senate Bill to bo'entitled An act in relation ..- .,
as'tho wisest. d. the best, are wit.p1Ct cst discoloration;was.visible on any .of tho frag, to Auctioneers,". was'read a' second time, I'
t A in all'ranks Of'SOCUll life in ed mcnts. The power, consequently is quite novel and ordered for'to-morrow., <

; and successively rising'to the or and the'secret jealously.kept.-Late London p a .A Senate Dill to be entitled Anf act to repeal
the lowest
to rank with a h per the first section ; '.
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frequency.nt. .', would excite bight ble FRUITS 'or THE SYSTEM The Philadelphia for the removal Justices of the Peace in i,

r ( Spirit of the.Times, i irli commenting on the certain cases and for other-purposes; approved i
deplorable effects of tho banking system details Feb.'14th, 1835 was read si secoiid.tfinetad or of.I
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dared J' :
t Married or noMarried* A., ',singular'l case some of the individual cases jof misery insanity I' for to-morrow., i
up before an alderman in Southwark, and death caused by it., within. a few days in that ., Also, a Bill to be entitled "A'a'act to authorise ,
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t rda)., that excited some ,interest "John city. the Judges of the Superior Courts to hold extra

i was arrested by Mary McSharie, who M One man, distinguished 'by talent and previous terms for the trial of criminal cues'' was read a

.I ; that he was her husband and the then integrity;' blessed with; a family of irre second, tune and referred:to the committed' bo .

a 8 her,child, and refused,to support,them; j The proachable. habits, and associated',with '''thosewhose the Judiciary. *
'' proved that Mary had,, left his bed and moral virtues command .respect, and,dif A resolution heretofore offered byMLjAnderson ; '
withoutcauso--thathe was able and wiling -' fuse 'nn atmosphere"of purity.around all with ,,,requesting oar.Delegate in Congress to.pro- .
I to support both his wife and child,pro idcd whom they'aro familiar; he,in the heat of speculation cure the passage of a law authorising. the'seyAral -
.remained qils'hol and under his imme induced by the facility.he enjoyed in i .counties in the Territory to locate-one'.quar-; '
: ,eye. The, plaintiff stated that she Was a .obtaining money from a bank suffered himself ter section of land for.public buildings ia >said -

;; j atholic.'and that her, husb dad being a Protest .to be led astray; and maddened by the discovery .counties,was read the third time and passed.1 ,
1 would not attend at. the chapel where she that his gUilt'' had been 'detected blows art .A resolution of the Senate relative to the distribution ,!
;1 ; The Bishop moreover, assured her his brains with a pistol, and rushes In all the of tiie compiled laws by John P.Duval >

i 'was divorced.,In proof which she exhibited .' plentitude of his iniquity, into the presence of an ,was. read a second time and ordered' .for to-mor. ,
the aldermen the following; : offended deity. Another, whose means of procuring row. b I
A bill to be entitled MAn act to 'act J
credit from a similar repeal an ;
t ,corporationwereequally
JJary McShane ,states that. she is' the;]first "abundant entitled an act concerning Dower was reads
of John Cassady, with whom she jcdn- equally beloved by second time-aad referred, tdt
his friends and stood in 'comf on :
equally the
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l mrrriago without the .
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pen. theJudiciaryr .
f tio.n.which of the community,too, must step aside :
| marriage I is.invalid according; to from tho'safc'path of uprightness to gratify n |t. A bill to be entitled an'act to restrain the over :
i .. fFiuNcis the Catholic:church; {I" .inordinate,craving after affluence. Grown ca re!- issue of Bank paper, and for :other ."purpose' *, \ 'if'ift ;
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t ,, ;Phii.Jan.T, 184tt Bp' &cv: I less with success, his aberrations from virtue bej.j I was read a second time; madd the order of the iJ \
J' 1 came'more and more startling in their 'extent '{day for Monday. and 60 co iesadou'edtobe: ._ : I
: The. informed Mary that'tb'i Docu. ,tillthe terrifying fact that it was impossible for printed. ',
e ; I i ,:.was. ;no divorce-that she wa.lepUy' him to return, burstupon'.his vision in all its ap The House resolved itself into a committee .J '1
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-that another marriage would her the wholeon resolution heretofore offered bv
: lay palllUgcoUors"and, he fled his .country,covered j
t, j to an action'for bigamy and that she] had with disgrace 'and pursued by the'officer of jus Mr. 'Lancaster"relative to the building of Jails jn "

;! i ,.go homo to her husband, and endeavor to tice. A third, already wealthy and gifted witha the respectivH counties hi ''this Territory,'and '
J \ : in peace. She''delivered up to the defendant 1 fair share of word y' happiness, finds himself Mr"SnellchuiTmuntherCrroll1. reported i4n1 1 ; !
child but.refused to cohabit with solution to the House without amendment wfaiek 4
( longer her by the sudden.failul'.of a, bank bereft of thou I i ;
l t believing that as the Bishop had so sands'and desperate with loss,,cuts,,'his throat report was concurred in, ;and isaid 'resoItJtioa> .J
r ,,, : ,it, it would be' living in a state of| sin I with a razor,leaving a whole circle of weeping was adopted. i,. if'
criminality.. Tho was : Resolution heretofore offered Mr.i3ae11 i ;
\ i cased dismissgd.Pht7adtIphia relations to lament his infatuation, and his de i by ,,
p (l'. \ Tune cease. A fourth is an old lady, whose situation : instructing our Delegate in Coogren to urj@ the ,
1 I passage ofa law by that body to divide the CoIJ
came to oureal..but to day,'and really excites .
lection District of A \ :. was tread the '
commisseration. Suddenly stricken.from luxurious ( .
a public room in third time and ado.
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ease to the coni; {
prospective by i
y. > city, a few days, since, a stranger hearing duet of a bank In which she penury was a'' stockbolderreason ;A Senate-oH to'be entitled MAn act to deter .
large :
: person addressed by the title of doctor, forsook.her throne;and? mine the fees of certain officers\ia thisi'!- !
ti ; as if to provoke controversy that he would fell-leaving the lone widow, ,not tottering ry, and for other; purposes,'' was Rand '
: i ten dollars he was the best scholar in the pen iu and referred: the committee :
t less, but insane- the of time to oajfetib& : .
picture idiotic /
He repeated the jemarjtand the offer Be.eral ot the .
'- : I and maniac despair: _' Territory. ,*y ,. *, : II i"
: times but,none paid attention to him; till misery'l The House resolved-itself into:a cowrateee of .
: [ wag at length 'put.tJie; question, "How would A resolution.had passed the Senate of the' whole on the.report of the c mmiteg oa ) .
| put 20 horses i in 5 stalls and put 5 horses in ssee;'which makes: obligatory, on the Banks, relative to th* .resolmjomofefed.by ,. \,
o < ; stall" Thn fellow, taken.,by surprisWand all the banks of the State,to reserve the part9fl essrLLaDcuterDDd' Pu4aatnt;an also rose!* .
f. ; : I to see that the' question nullified;itselC. of specie for their notes forthwith.: If any of the lions transmitted to the House by the eat&r;; < "i]
[ puzzled completely, that be gave upI banks refuse to comply with the requisitions of j and Mr. Walker chairman, repcrted'progress '. ,1 I
I ; I the game,and rid the company of his presepce.e the resolution, within 60 days a forfeiture of and asked leave to sit again, which report wit i. .

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: ... :i." SA1vRAT: Feb. 6, 1340. must b; interesting wherever' the Elective Fran- .. ,. : More lUBrd n. -.>.\-..::. I A number, of"- "our. .citizens'yesterday morning- ,the"Herald Catjadian, is volunteering General Brown his f eeu ? I,.4' A .I

., ,,". Mr. Thigpcn pursuant to prcvioasiooticc chisel i exercised by the People-and' deeply' On Sunday last our city was,again shrouded. started on an'expedition torecbver the missing! of the"Bank committee&c.*"-servicest&.Jbieyi .,

: asked and obtained leave to introduce;,bil ,to affects theif tight* ROBERT R. REID. in gloom, at the sacrifice of two more of our, .. :fellow I mail, in which they: were successful, after a 7Ia. There*is a trifling mistake in the j-
Li I *entitled, "an act, to repeal acVlo author. Mr. VndcrsotC moved that the same with ac- barbari' "'- effort. On reachingttic matt'"editor. 1.d
'I' beings,upon the altar of Seminole borious and fatiguing ,
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: ise the Go'cmor"of Florida to raise,troops for compa,Hying documents be referred to.a select : the trail of the Herata ,
I the defence of the frontier and other"purposes." comm tee; ,he yea and nays were called for on ty. The murder of our two mail carriers. Seven-Mile Branch, they followed :some other Democratic papers; have tea. 11

da I Which was read a first time and ordered to. be this nx lion by Messrs. Anderson and Ferguson At 2 p. lit,on Saturday the Northern Mail via the horses taken off in a course leading about debted to Gen. B. for many:-very mooy-i 'Je

: read a second time on Aloodaynext. and w( re: Jacksonville left this city for'St. Marys. At 6 WJf.W. towards, the Twelve-Mile Swamp.- -
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The House resolved itself into committee of Yea -Mr.Speaker,Me3srs.'Anderson'ArCher, ; ; we never ):
a matter.
via.Pablo .
p. m. Northern. .mail from St. ?Mary, The trailing was an extremely "
atfcide I the whole baa bill to be entitled an act con Black! urn Carter Ferguson, Gibbs Irwin : and the to the editorial chair and that be ha 110 .:
cermng wills, l ttenf'tcstamcntar* and of administration Martin, McKinnonjMcRacny, MeacbamiSncll, becarne due; which latter not arriving owing tn the dryness of the weather culiar predilection for theso honor,-wnUel.

- I ,and the duties of executors admin Steele, TaborThigpea; and Walker 17. some, anxiety expressed. A gentleman .who, slight impression made by the horses tt-of many "small! potatoes claim, an4thecomequentil'w. .. _, ft

] istrntors, and guardians and ,IaBell, Dubose,. Fitzpatrick, Lancaster I came in at* sunset from the' head of the North times they judged of the trail by a broken twig i ." ;

NoiiC I ""rs*Mr..Fittpatrick'chntrman.'report bill Mason Myers'Nunis Putnam 9. River bearing that the mail had not reached or a fallen leaf. At about :3 miles' from the 1 *. -- ;;......;..-- :,' I.
.K C to the House amended; So slid motion prevailed. the It is amusing see and. hear the,cot ; ,
..or ,. Which report was concurred in-and said The louse[ then adjourned till 10 o'clock to- here Stated that he bad seen the Jacksonvillemail i branch, on the edge of a spruce.pine ridge, : their ( ,', .

....... .bill read a second lime, and ordered for a third mnrro '. '. stage standing witbouthorses: across the mail was found. The letters and papers were ,GOY." Reid'ventJDg spleen word (

.tou U I' readingon Monday next., ; =_ -IL I -:-- IT *:11'-L road, atth, seven'mile branch, near it were sev I l emptied out,one package opened, but note of :upon his innocent bead. Whatever dari f

C r$ Jar/Blackburn moved that the resolution here. eral articles scattered. Approaching it within consequence lostAppearances assertion is alleged,. if, must be, and ogif II {
; :ST.
toforc offered by Mr.Mason i in.relation to final : I it is uttered theroselres.: ,
"i true, because by
100 yards [his horse started-snorted and exhibited dictated that they had been met [
v* be 2
:1:; jourjnnent, placed first amoae the orders 20 1S4O. I in his defence and it k
T hnnday, Fcbrnary jthing is heard ,
..tellei ,,.. ... of the day-which- motion prevailed-Mr. An. thcr ,pymptoms of terror-when, thinkingall by another party of Indians from the Nine-Mile osdov.,
.'< I 1f
-j,',;: derson then nwed to lay the same on the table, PrtnctpUa and the People. not right, be turned back and came ,to town I Branch,and good judges give theii opinion that attempt to meet any thing said by them,be .

ire '...until. the 21st inst.upon which the ayes and nays Btttiocratlc Platform, by the Cassicora trail. This he communicatedto thee were together from 10 to 15 Indians. It is their love of truth and justice i not $licie t

raiad '!(>-k.werc called by Messrs..Lancaster and Ferguson Opp] ition to a National Bank,as fraught with the Post. Master and Lt.CoL Gates. supposed that they remained at this place until induce them judge with fairness jtbeJ_" ,,
I I' And were, \. dange too r free institutions and the liberties of f for he is honest and upright;the hated him iJ i
torat 'j Yeas-Mr.Speaker, Messrs. Anderson Blackburn At 10 ,o'clock these facts were mentioned t. after dark. J

..t : tA t :: Dubose,, .Ferguson Fitzpatrick, Irwin, the p.in ':pIe po'wct'over from its necessarily the 'general great currency and control and-I the'Mayor! F. L. Dancy, Esq.. who instantly ordered The party :trailed the horses south until within I he was their judge, ,:because he-was nota sin ." 1

, ;' -::' Mclla enYt Nunis Sncll,*Steele, Tabor,' Taylor,. basin t ss j of',the country..:.--Opposition to the present the detachment r of 10 men under Corporal .'sightorthe'Iicolata road ; on this route no foottracks the hands 'of the' potter." And hoacetti* ,

ff, .rThlgpeDf Walker 15.. 1* I' B LnkIngiptem:: ,defective in principle fcercbpolyj! (placed.under'his 'command by Col|1 : were dipv red, and it is feared. that some. cry! M they ,could ,not have. jitk4j ,
Nay--'Bell,Carter Gibbs Lancaster '
li ,LivIngs. "
" and safein and requiring radical 'I They hale hiaa
a .
*** ur practice pol3ic4Zt4dg&
the was a BC
the *
/ ascertain still neighbor.phood.
. .-. ; ,.. ton McKinnonMasonMyers, Putnam, refora A total separation of the fiscal concerns Twiggs),loprpceed, to the spot to of the gang. are lurking ""
/ CTUSC he is theiovernor. They,dqA
Y'. nlp:::which' motion prevailed. of the < lovernment from all banking institutions facts and to send an escort to meet the Pablo .
: r't/, The eeict? committee to whom was referred .afill 'I as'the Jest guarantee for the preservation of our maiL I Onj their reaching the se"cnmile branch I i Captain MIckler- with a detachment of his to hate his principTiturnliiero ihe1.: n- _

;"- : to entitled, "an act:for the reU f.of Wm. ,Natio lndePendence-Encouragemcnt and the carriage was' discovered in the positipn described I company of Florida Volunteers' took the trail t -:.nor have they been able iot.

'I G.' Davis, made a favorable report thereon. j'suppoit, to all banks based upon sound princi- rider in ; of his the old ChicI -,I I-it, for fear of overturning their owndoctrines. rl
j : v:. A bill to be entitled an act for the relief,Wru.t. .' plea" ii th the ability and disposition at all times, and the dead body of the lying t about miles: west camp,.on, .. All their shafts are
'..G.Davis. wa. read the third time the ayes and to'red their bills in Gold and Silver and an the road Stripped, the mail gone the carriage uchatty road, and i U"now in full pursuit. God ; persona
.........,I'' ,. ::' *" nays were' called for,on'its passage by Messrs. cxpres i provision in all bank charters,requiringlal .seats broken up curtains cut to riblands. ,and the grant. he may overtake: them, and give them cd against himself: alone falling harmtai uhis

1.l'FJ.. f Blackburn and Lancaster, and were ample security to be given to the State for the 1 harness raj:pieces. The rider, G. \Walton, ,Jr, their just'deserts.PCJLIC feet. .And they must con enttb Ivesjijihisfor
..., .tV "J ,Yeas- ilr.' Speaker, Messrs. Anderson,Bell, and which havu earned
,. rtJem ioia' theiristue in specie, on demand they tteuneavaii
; fine l lad of 15 of was killed,as is
'1 Carter Ferguson,'Gibos LaocasterLvlngston, a ; years age sup. citizens of Tallahassee '
Q*' b Sl'IBIT.-The
-jj\ tM &q t.. .. \. 'I "' Stmn to point hu pluw ooaMtviaf fii J"Bank
8)0 ."ItG8nell.SteeleiThigpel Walker,17. breast and distinction of and denounced "r
r water. The _ball entered the right without parties, .
it :; \ iifi '/ 'Nays_Messrs. Blackburn'Dubosc,. FHzpat- To a void the necessity explaining principles passed through diagonally towards the left side.Thelndjaris President Van Buren as tyrannical and vindictive < Note talc-In tbe SfeaaBlco

":, \' .4 -\rick Irwin, McRacny,Nunis,"Taylor 7-s' : said daily t ,thotFcdfrnlists, who change,theirs often- in in removing Gov. Call ,from the executive : We cut.the following from the Ni.Y.li:
I. 1" .>>iU ordered the title be stated. wind of the Northern hadconccalcdthemselvcs, aclump; consider '
'''J ';- passed that as erthaii a March many : ;1 chair of the Florida territory; They of .
' ,f., : It',f r 'MoxDiY, .Feb.10. Loco-1:] 'ceo papers keep the above creed standingat of palmetto bushes, the.-centre of which' they I Gov.C.to have been their best friend a father to quircr-the great' ougTtt. p" .the MonstaVhat

';;.. ': i-.-- Mr.Anderson asked leave to,introduce a bill,to the' icad of their columns. It is 'a good oneand had cut out, The body 'was: brought to' own. i them, who has lavished his private fortune forI \ will bur own precious'Trust and bantling-
sA author ise the Governor ; in. followed 1 the of Florida. But,though quondam aid- the Southern Lile-t Co.saj: to ihj
be entitled an act to to about 8 o'clock a. m. and buried at 4 p. good
.,' "' 'i l-:.'. -i1appotnt'' a Commissioner: to' settle the affairs .oitheFarmers j m iy: profitably committed to.memory by :to its long home by all our citizens. ., I de-camp and favorite of General; Jackson he Von't it advise the monster institute juitfc
"e;",',;" IIId! Bank of Florida." 1 every frieeman. Hrdee. dared to differ from the latter as to the.mode of damages-libel--conspiracy-r-trespnss oa ft
.1'' At daylight next morning Lt. 2nd
A 'r:: ft'r :Ordered for a second reading.; n n i conducting the war in Florida. CT The people else Messrs.Bleecke
something against
,':'r '. f' Mr., Putnam gave notice that-ho would on I Legislative' Council. '' D/a"goons'started' for tb .spot. ..At-th fork of I.now demand of thclr.hIghest servant an explanation case-or

... ;* : 'omc future day ask leave to introduce a bill,to i W wish the minority in' our Council would ) the road r ine miles from.this in rt thicket of palmetto of his act.We .. &Co. Won't it save, 't their: credit!. Ilada'it
.: : ; :t; -be entitled act to the t New York F.te- better try it-maybe it'll gets vtnlfctfo
.b. an improve circulating. aUthin' bi4hcs, the body (t&e"carrier of the : clip the above from the
; for wish be
I11C-I name, wel to polite
Iii'11\: ; '..1..' c; dium of the Territory Florida. adopt Pablo Mi.il i Jose Garciasrwas found.| The I ning Star ofthe 23th inst: Why is it that all the damages, large' .'enough to,I'3Y.t1M miff. 'upon. eac
; J' L 'l\Ir. Steele asked and obtained leave to introduce and no name that wc.can give appears to
of it
dollar pretended capital.,
.,;..;:'";1.; a bill,to be entitled an act to repeal certain suit. f we call them Federalists they say they mail had I been opened the l letters were carried Whig papers of the country are discovering so JAMES BLEECKERAciitmeer.; J'-
:: acts therein cited. i oft; the were seatietecinbout which, much sympathy for our EL Governor Call.-
t. 3 newspapers
: ] are no -if we call them opponents of the Ad-, 833,000 IN BAXK VOTE8''OF TH
)' ;7 ., Read and ordered for a second reading. I minist atibn they they'are not-if we call were gathered and brought in. Garcias was,shot J What a foolish thing it is for Major Noah, him VXl'VED, STATES BAXK OF-PERU

t t. ... : Mr. Blackburn, asked'and obtained' leave to say and with two palls-some suppose he-was shot bytwo who for so many years fought tho battles of Democracy S Y 16}"ASIA. James BIcccker & Co., will sd
them ]I ank they'are nnt so on
men they ;
introduce bill to be entitled act to say
: an
a stay
';:) time from have ventured into quagmires of auction on the 30th inst, January
; executions in certain cases. j to the nd of the chapter-if they would only persons at, tbe same opposite ,.to at Thursday, ( .,

;e4,' .. Read and ordered for a s ccond reading., !, say wi lat they are it would save a world of con. sides oft e road. The body was brought to I WMgi,,,,; Now the above article shows his en )933,000 at the Merchants in Bank Notes Exchange.of the United States:

I 1 ..' _', J : Mr. Ferguson asked and obtained leave to in. fusien town on Sunday, and. on Monday at 10 clock tire igno3neeofthe politics of the Territory or with the thereohi cPennsylvania
:"i: ::; :tz: duce a bill to be.entitled an act. to prescribe.. ,* '\ IVe i know not how it is that'from the com all 1 his earthly remains were committed: the ofits "public tp inV. We do sincerely believe the District Court of the City and County<

f ; -:- gj-fc: mode proving open accounts. 1 grave'to enjoy the sleep that knows .no" waking, that there is 'not a more unpopular man in,it, Philadelphia. The said notes were protestedthe o
.,, Read and ordered for a second reading. mence nent of our history the aristocratic party
j." ." A resolution heretofore transmitted to 'this' while Tine exists. An immense concourse of than GoCall. was at. the time of his removal, 13th of October last; judgment was givcac
? d to the:ex tension' of the rights of man
cppox lust whereon the Ban
23d of November
.' Senate : and friends followed hu coffin'to the Hb was written .by the the ,
: House from ther respecting appoint- mourncraj and .i Is now. epitaph
( ; (1 can ad 3pt' no name without spoiling it, for they .Mr. Caleb Cope; of the City -or.,Ph'phia &.
\. \," ..,...tnent of-three members of each,house, to into be appointed the- 'are',.a jolitc.well dressed race perfumed like grave. He was a native of this city about 2'! "midnight lamp,"and his political grave maybe gave, as security; for the stay of execution on tt
-/ a joint to enquire years of age-a young man exemplary char. found amidst the filth and rubbish of the "Faith s id notes. judgment aba gives'a lieD i
\ \propriety of dividing the Territory of Florida, civet .rats, and therefore should keep names in
married but four months: since. & Jhe Banking Uou. and Rt-ul Estate belonging
acter aijd was B nb.
t' the third time. .
rcao 1
' I was g cod odor, yet such is their fate that should ,
< ,; .;}11-,.,Blackburn,moved for 'its indefinite post.. they b i "incorporated" as the "angels light'1 When his mangled corse was presented,to the t Major Noah, we fearthat, you arc too much the above Bank io the' County of Pbihdel "

..,.. ?;r" '"", ', : ponementf.. The yeas and nays were-called for be adrift "Satansbrats" view'of his young wife,the agony that pervaded'r under the influence of your Wall-street broken HEAD QKSU, Armyof 114 South
th as
: and Democrats cast
.1.'' *o : :; by Mess.., Lancaster and Putnam and were i s sootftnay'fottibly be felt b tver' describ 'of iu presiding : Fort 1'eyWuFbr'y 101"-1 '
; her !, >> t'ti>e Clark' is .there and i* one '-'
:: Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Andei son, A rch- in less than a year the first name..would I ORDER ) :
. ? "the citizens
: r..Bcll.BlackbjIrn..Dubo, Fitznat-.' odious and the ed. ; gcniuscsr he may have told you that No. 10. }
11"; Ferguson, becomso; i last so respectable :
;; irickr Irwin; McKinnoo* 'McRacny, Myers, Nu- .,that th s Federalists would insist |ipon "swap : We have thus' given full details so far theycan 1 of Tallahassee hate turned out en masse;" but restassured I. For the protection of the inhabitants

f t ..rt and nner of
R't. .' ,Nays--Messrs. Carter.'Gibbs, Lancaster,LivJngston ping" swear) they were "angels this horr d butchery. Tis but a short time since has yet occurred, and the people of {that good &" ," 2d Dragoons, D, E, G, &. H,3d Artiller
Martin, Mason, Meacham, Putnam, !light"one would admit Ihcir oath. I will the
following one
i'; and and Posen. find fault with occupy' posts coropaiat
tbe mu-r ers of W cade man n city have too much good sense to
Steele Thigpen, 10. 'I| The anti-Bankism of thu aforvxaid namelest each ; the particular company of each ai
;a- S>1
.: \' i-,'. :: ;(. So said motion prevailed, and said resolution Minor" y ,is curious ia its generation. M\erthe antzky v ere,committed-We have since mentioned the President for having removed the hero nf the to be designated by the commander thereof

.. : ,was indefinitely postponed. I II. I: majori! y of the House had decided upon car. ot indifferentparts" .of our Territory: Withlacoochie. ,It will not soon be forgotten viz: Hewitt's MillS on Pellicer's creek; Rot

;I.-: .."" Senate bill to be entitled an act in relation I Ii I Iii' ut tho intentions of the United S totes but we a again taught that while WJ claim the that Gen.Call at the first onset of our war,refused town on the St. Johns river; an intermedia
j i Auctioneers was read the third time and pubK. .' rying point between these positions oh or near Open /
: Senate resolution which covered sympathy of the ,world -how to sympathizewith to, pass the 1Vilh1ncoochie 'to aid the heroic :
passing a
L'- 8Cd. Branch; Forts Hanson, Peyton, and Scar
.t' resolution heretofore offered the Bank whole for it ordered its committee ours neighbors. CLINCH, when he had 500 men at command
: : A ; by tile ground, as (\Veadman'J-tho first, two by the DragooiPicolata
'tf"- 'Committee,requesting ihcGovcrnor appoint a a close of their laboursto: enquire into "ikeprtt- WhenHow will these scenes cease to be'en acted? standing on the opposite bank, which united ; the present camp of the Artillery thrt

,..,Coran&sionerr or Commissioners, to examine ent con Ktionofihe! Dank anihowfar theyjtrcful :. long are we to be the sport and ridicule of'I with the regulars would have ended the war miles therefrom; and pr*it ion just vacated 1

;:': : and report to him the condition of the several which created" of the Seminole{ perhaps of the world! And for the Indians wore there. Hud it not been for company "B" 7th Infantry will each be gar,
: .hanks and branches in this Territory, otherwise filling purpot./or they were ,. soned a'noncom.oflicer' and ten'men fro
:; by .
4 ; 'i. when will those whose duty it is to feel-feel as the aring of a few men, who disobeyedhis
; Walker that courage
', f"': than in Tallahassee,and.Mr. chairman the minority became suddiiilyafirightrd i the company at Fort Searte. The Head Qua
: '*, reportedsaid resolution the House amended. : tile U vcstigation would not be sufficiently we are compelled to'feel-It was once said, in a orders, Gen Clinch and his party would have teN of the 3d Artillery will be at Fort Peytofi,

> I:. : A' The: yeas and nays were called for nthe, thorn gh and, both Lancaster and Putnam in- Norther paper-that the Floridians had madea been surrounded and cut to pieces, as DADE was II. Suitable buildings fur quarters:and stat

'. ,' concurrence of said report by Messrs. Putnam : this but it those before. houses, where will be. erected atf.
: three
": < trodu xl resolutions! which in verbiage .resemblethe "good!ob"out, war- whcj I'3 two or days necessary
I. and Lancaster and
$ were '-- tAe contract" the such ,will !be.arranged.with_regard to defence so aufc-
will.Mta ke I No sir have
1. of that think it good job no expressions sympathy
f ;: Yeas-Mr. Speaker Messrs. Anderson, Ar. ejt ctment respectable gentlemanblr.lUcba avoid the of wbich hi-
necessity using
< pickets
: ., :. i' cher, Bell. Blackburn. Carter Dubo, Fergu- d Roe. Florid ns will gladly give it up and !let, them. yet emanated from the: people. What feelinghas ter, by excluding a free circulation of air, is lilt:;

!,Zi, :,''': n.son, Irwin McRaeny Nunis$nell,Steel,Tabor Whwords m-ver we sec,a lo string ,of unmeaning reap all the benefit-all ihcglory:-all the honor.t1C appeared, is that of selfishness. The Bank endanger r the health of the troops' n.g.

'>.' ..,-Thigpen. \ Williams. 17. J Lea phrase huddled" together. interspersed and all death. i i: party did get up a meeting in Jefferson county, warm season. The stables will however in$Tcases.be ,
Gibbs, Lancaster, Livingwti
Naya-FitzBtrick. -
-/ .d : held bodies :and bclo another Tallahassee but enclosed! by an open picketing
.. 4,.. Eton,Martin, McKinnon,Mason, Mcacham, My.ere -;' with provided alwaysV1 and "De, n elcss's" .A crpn s's: 'InqOO't' over the they ,they III. The, country.extending from the St. Agustine
who verdict in accordance<< with the a. were small concerns. ,They wanted to Gov.
:'' I Putnam, 10. t wo kn iw there is mischief the bottom. The 'gor a use and Picolata. road, to ,about five rnu l
I"i;:: ': iii.' ;v.S* said report was concurred in. words 'prcscntcondition of a Bank"/Lre plainly bpve fact-' *. The'following U: an extract from Call and give him full time to consummate the south of the exterior line of posts will be i is]

'. ,:.,.:' : :v .- \ ..The House resolved itself into a committee' of under: toodby' 'plainpeople, but the idea their p! seutment. : ,work iniquity: by completing the delivery of mediately divided into five posts ,except Ft
bill entitled to
J )? jhewbole on a to an act '
pre. The Jurors cannot omit this opportunity as apanel the Faith Bonds," ,CT The people demanded Senrle.andthe. lines conspicuously blazed,aad
in and :
: office under the Gencral five besides being
: I vent holding an fpccial pleading '
any person pages
. / : for the investigation of all that pcrtnios to each c mmander will m ike bira,:If tnorougbf
the removal Gov. Call
\I'\l'! Government of the United States, or any whole' and "public spirit, and '
1 mi sunucrstoodj'thc would be spoilt if :
: a the.life :-and ,security of the ,citizen of entering acquainted: with the nature of the ground oa b
or holdlganyl. opinion" will sustain the President in 4
powerfrom public
foreign government
;1f'.ii. ; .A'J y was turned tail up or, .a d tail down. One of their ong protest and :remonstrance on the ; I I district.. ; ,
of -
l.:: ''':'' I.:. -'Florida-office under and,Mr.the Ferguson authority, chairman.the Territory'of.t ,..reported 'our ft ends objects to the use calomel becausebe insecurity afforded to the lives of our people, in haying done it. i I IV. Until otherwise directed there, will be t tr
L : : ; 1
;. Msaid bill to the House without:i amendment, which ; dr aids a ,medicine of wftich one. grain:too their travels on public highway, and _the great We"should like to know the position of some scout daily from each post of one fourth of ti. r
:: : bnzard and which the' and commandforduty.-aud the men will be sod*
I to _
concurred in and said bill is ordered exposure persons ;
-. :. report: enrolled.was I, much, :or one gram; toolittle; is sure to kill.- mails'of the United States ,are'subjected!by the of the Bank Whigs attheprescnttime.-- ded and sent in such .directions as that ,

!:: ," I. to be wills letters I II Upon the same ground do we prefer the simplo :entire bscnce of any thing like a .prote ,ting collect well'how they treated us after our account part of the country confided to each comer '
') I 4 A bill entitled an act concerning ; .
l' ,. ..Testamentary, and of Administration, and the !' purge of Mr. :Benton totbe mystifications 'power. .The mail transmitting important documents ,,; of the battle of the Withlacoochie'was of a post shall.be constantly passed over, .
. '. i I and GuardiI. the la intended valuable to the' private citizen, and to have the en&i.y kept therefrom. Scouts will ordi l
duties of Executors,Adminiftrators wyers, which were evidently to given to the publkYe never been: for .
the Gc vernment for its early:intelligence is left rily be sent out each day,from post to pest.
4 ans, approved! November 20,1828, was read the kill tie whole labor of the committee for.ouraccount
: and I by containing I without any protection whatever. The' northern given of that affair althoughwe should any signs of Indians be discovcrd. i

',:',t: I f,third A bill time entitled passed.an act to repeal I an act to authorize one: word too much .or. one too little. rider' killed in his conveyance, and the mail received it from Major Lytle, Gen.Clinch's telligence,thereof will be immediately c mrs

"", ;. -. the Governor of the Territory of Florida, Had hcse lawyer) Resolutions been passed, 'the carrier (as we are just informed) bringing in the aid, and published itunder hiasupervision. tnicateci. by express to the l1eighbo ring po*

", ', :f : vto raise troops for the defence of tho Floridian Bank committee would have been employed in I f mail doe, likewise sacrificed. Both slain within Another offence ,we then committed was,that when the entire commands except a snal lI
; a few miles of each other and of our cityon the t t guard will be sent in pursuit.. ,journal wiltfe
-. I" Frontier and other purposes was read the m. nothi g but disputing, about the terms. Now ; ; we did not stigmatize Gen. Call for his conduct ;
I I and the hour.* This : kept at each in which will benoteadafc
'. ,'cond time and referred to the committee on the same day: nearly at same post ,
H I ./mUitia. I they can attend to.their duty-inquire into the too on]a highway much frequented,and hereto | at Withlacoochie by the use of the usual the number ofscoutssent out-the number wb

I The house then took a recess untiL4. o'clock. : condition of the Bank.. Clothe'the d-l 1 as youI considered free from tbe incursions of the.j coarse_and tillingsgate epithets ; but we did: not I arrive from'neighboringpests.-.az also,the H

vT.. M. I may his tail will stick.out somewhere ;'this rage I enemy. ; do it;and the reason why was,that we would not ports that; they make. These journals will ,b
1. MONDIT 'o'clock,1". In witness whereof,well as the said coroner inspected,by Commanders of Regiments M. i forgoing beyond the wishes of Mr. B nton won't subject ourselves to the of : I
.. :" ,.: A Senate bill to be entitled an act to prevent dL( os the Jurers aforesaid have to this inquisition charge throwing embarrassments districts, certainly once a month, and oilener! I
'f .,Duelling,was'made the special order'of the day I set th hands and seals on the day and and in the way of efforts to subdue the practicable who will promptly arrest anycer do I

.\ fr I'D for to morrow. 1. at the'.place above mentioned. ; 'I 8e indlts.; who shall fail fully to comply with f..le'

f.;" .. _f His Excellency the Governor, transmitted to Lo Clark, Field & Co., backed, as they maybe George L. Phillips', JIl.tia.of. the The, same.persons who marched shoulder instructions, andwill makeareportofaItinslructionstothese'Head

. : fi. \ j4bo House a letter, ,from the President of the -.1.v 'Wall-street shavers have obtained no Peace and acting at Coroner. shoulder to condemn then Quarters. .

j i :: ;:, Southern Life Insurance and, Trust. Company,4 mon,r on the bonds for 6400,000 lately issued. F. Weedon, Foreman '-' their us march shouldefto V.o Soldier except on extraordinanr o-:

\. ','. ,!and statements accompanying the tame, which Charles Robiou shoulder in sympathies for Gov..Call\ and sions will be reported: pa1 extra or ,daily d4rthataIlmflcrfori
:;. .1- 'xW'U read and sixty copies thereof together with 1 'Cai, 6 why For the cause that Jack did not Ora Hoicard. .in 'condemnation of President, Van B ren, Vfbr,. 'as :far ,'AS', )practicable&

, <:\' the statements ordered to be: printed. eat hi s supper-they cannot get it.W R.D.Foniane, :removing.bun);. How is l is l' -- e. lshmre'cfi: dut _: ,

I ... : t;x;Also the following,communication: >have ho objection that all gamblers;swindlers ;- John; ':M. Fontan. ;- -YI., CotnpanyF.)' 3d Regiment of A1.
J ..:" ': : 'I xxctrrm;' DETnmz.m ; counterfeiters, felons, and. shavers, from Andre Papyt n toe 24th inst at New Smyrna a gang of at, KrBiscaiowilIbefih1edup; toils OT5JI

I ;: .; ;' .< ."... Tallahassee, Feb; 10,1&40..I' 'Schn idt, Hamilton &Sylvester to Nicholas J"teptiebon.. Indians fired upon a party of Woodcutters about;; lion from the recruits now at Picolata, nd1ll!

,./!: '' ,; f -7b fhtlbn. tit H nue tfJleprtKntatitti tf vp Lawrence :Andrew, : 1.2 a mile from'the post, and wounded I I residue will be distributed among the other emI -
Bidd and Dr. f one man
e, Dyott, or down if such be the 1 '
: '. .. ( Charles Baa tlr of that Florida. .
: ( ". 'A' fa Jjeeitlatitt (;otind2qFzotida ; .. .' in the hand. The' I panics Regiment, serving
,}" ,i't *A::; .. *hawing{ reeeived the letter and resolutions ordci of the fraternity,) should ,play pitch and Peter C. Zylttra, ; men fled leaving a few muskets JVII., On .tho arrival of the recruits' .t '&J

J i'rwlIfe>J f wlkh accompany: this mcag from the Go- toss or these fraudulent Bonds ',but we warn J 1&1&' Simpson, and axes-&nd their' Jackets 1.'bichere. : ta I Biscayne: ,Company (I.) 2nd.ime11! of,. Idea-

::: : '" ,< .,wn r oCNew Jersey-I consider it due alike to hone t men, who Kate, any thing to lose against Sam Northrop. ken. They showed themselves again in front of' try commanded by, 1st.Xieut-iPatriclr tttia4.
;: 1: dIorltlellNCW'1'rJey.lindtothe LegislaV the post ashort time afterwards Post will proceed taFort No. 3.' East Florid, :
:: J" dirty their fingers for Florida Bonds in dressed in the ,
:,51 .r. .tlYe Cqncflhtthcysbou1dbecotnmun1cated ng : are .00 ol !thel!Blood-hounds died lately,*'says. the l Jackets. Their fires I .By Order of BRIG. GEN. TAYLOV

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h>** .,s. ivrriIs the'1lerald.Feb. 1 1640,6 discover vfleges;and that men,will 'Jook a little inta history to r.. BW, B. C ek,', :t I 'optvPAID.---'- [ A 1R G R'1 ACCOUNT, Ut ll S ". : ,I

et ... IdES' bL GooL q t >EaQ.tTO' doctrine: of zqv.u.' iianfs 'was DRAPER $ TAILOR.FORMERLY <. >V -1 RECEIVED' I IJana.

\ \, DiliBli1'uTh' ,,at Jacksonville'a few promulgated in ,!the! year.1778. the cr44 eitizea., whoa St.' MeW York .a. 18. For 6 Chairs for tbs City Council $325, J.. 1. Balance in the Tr aw ry.. 8d 3-1 .

-' s &y*f<>i from Saninab, and was tour rived at 'We are Indebted vicinity,that be has of establishment 81 Aogastineand ia Charlotte ita 22. Doct. Waa. JJ. 8111I001, Port 1'by. ,' .23. F.romlobo L. Phillip,' for uctiQH ;: t
to Lt.. CoL Gate an
"' of the l for a copy aidan, 30, 00 r. at Market
growth within Ae.
the/ pid the last three Street. the ; 4 CO f
.>*> 'fJreazstJ harcsoroo handsome'dwelling boo*. of Order No. 10; which will be found in another acnth of the Chy,Hotel house,occupied(on the'rihl by Mrs.,) where:C. Solana all or.den ., Monk 26. ,Clerk of of the CoaDcill'or purchase 80 00 ,89. Chas Robiou, for auction at Mar i
** w Stable ::column. Stationary ket,&c; 4 00(
fend .
Livery n tolerable Board- will be
received and '
prempily.attend.d April ,3. Miguel Usina, I quarter'. alary, April 1. L L. Loa Auctioneer ,
city tax
Home a tabtdt front to. Clothes sad fashionable .
*!*tat a decayed trunk- ko, cat mad. in the most ending with the 28th Fab'a "
on tale
a ? .* .plenty of land, and aq abundance of black jack Owing to the necessary Intern ,tlon 'of the stylesnd warranted to fit. Military work.executed Clerk of the Market, and City 4. Veaancio ,Sanchez for 1 'sa 43

?. ,) grow&g immediately In the rear. Why sir, ,mail, inconsequence, of the marder of the twocarriers'we in a superior manner The public are I re.pectfaU Marshal, <.cs 00 rent of Wharf Lot. year'. 50 CO IJlq

ofR there is, no, limitation to, the number of acres are r'unable to give ou usual Intel.ligence invited of to fashionable call and examli t for thm"J,.. An assortment 14.' J... M. GouldrrlDtiDI: for 1838, 29 00 26. Geo. L. Phillip, for taws of you
clothe band.
," that"JacksoaUlo kept constantly on Jau 4. Uigoel '.
: ,might:cover ifjxopk would on. from Par l.IDd London fashions salary 1838, 250 00>
I ".' IJ hill loiuecWhUeat I Washington. N. B. The art of cutting receivedqq'.ltar'I.taught .i the above es- ending with the 3Ist May, 45 00 May 31. Qeo. Bartlett for 1 ,ear'. rent.of .J ,
\: this wouidlx.Satannak, of tho St. tablisbment. VStAntnitineFeb. Sw"pllllllark.tJ, 6 50 :' : Lot opposite Fish Market, 10 00 t '
An express (from Capt buckler ha s arrived. N. C.Scobie, for repair to public '. Jags 6. Vrnancio Sane hex for 6 month
,;; Johns a friend;handed me acefpy of the St. Au. 20. 1840. 37Administrator's I S ;
." gutioe Newsof the 7th iost. It is ,lie had returned to Pellicer's Crek: from the Pump 9 50 nut of Wharf Lot, 85 00Paid91.0" i ;
amusing to 'male. I P. B. Dumas, for 2 ,chains and 2 : ,
,aee the mistakes that sometimes made by you scout without being able to overtake)the,Indiana. U hereby given. That by permission 'of padlockstosecurepublicladders, 1. 50 '/t- :";

gentlemen of the press; for, instance, Man attack The tr i1l.was followed about 40 mfles, where it NOTICE the Judge of the County Court of St. 6. V. Sanchez for Spade* and Hoe -I IStft. I 1: -4'

.a was made by a party;of the enemy, on the train became confused and he was unab e to follow Johns County will be sold at Public! Auction on purchased in year 1833. 7 18 l', a.;J.,. .. I .
from Palatka .to :post No: 10-On Sunday last, the day of March next at the Jail. 10 Antonio Alvarez fortnaal'lloD ef : o'.: '.; ;r :.,.::,t: t J "
three.soldier* were wounded and a miss it further. Court, House in the City of St. Augustine, between several paper in year 1838, 4 50Ag. ; ., YO; ;t. ( -; 11 ., J
vox" There newer iwas, and probably sergt.never Indian signs were numerous sojnejtracks of the hours of 19 and 1 o'clock of that day all the right 10. K.. B. Gibbs. hi. biU fot fee accrued t. .": .', .: .- :'" .:..),:. ..O:;':::x.' t f l ,
will be a road from Palatka title and interest ef Louis L. Morse, in i nd to a tract prior(o 1839 82 ,871 .J K. t' ; ,.. .'J ,!sawSept. ''f .- : .
the distance, waggon) is to No.'10; women and children were discovered. several of land lying about two' miles north of he said city, 3. Miguel Usina, I quarter'. Mary 3., VenaacloSaocMZo for 1 q axtax's.;!!, t '! ''l i ;
by only %or seven miles;: days informed. -, rennet Wharf Lot '" "' U6t : '
oId..we are, together with the buildings and inprov aunts thereon eudia.wilbthe'a"tAupat, a* v., vt ;; > 1
by land it IS three times as far the land lies .'. '
being. Clerk of the Market, and City t '*. ,1- ,
nearly on a level,with the river,, and is very wet, HARRIED-On the SOlh ulL, b tho ReV. J. Bale subject to a mortgage for the a ID of 91500 Marshal 45 00 .. ". ..J' ,
t the trail was once 'called by a soldier,the lady's F.O'Neit Mr. JOHM D. DzLAVHor.tc Miss SARAH and interest, and to_the widow's dower.A Sweeping Markets, 4 ,87| t.
,. foot path,there ;jis certainly threo creeks to be E. M. FJLU.XOAKT, youngest:daugt;1 ter, of. Mrs cr.diurJJ- months will fa given. Oct. 31. Antonio Alvarez fora Diagram of ,'. .
creased, but they do,not tIl I r iaa/0ftI poinJ,". Sarah Falligant,both'of Savannah AI.IF.I.UNS H, Adm'r. ;the Town Lot on the East aide I ." }.
I,,5 f?*"nor issue(:from! the, It4un.wuck ,Creek I Rice Feb. I.. JSlo. 37-4w, < '. of Marina Street. 15 00 ;> : t'' ,.. '>. r ..

jf****" *Creek' >! one of: three, and is a deep stream; AiiI 'U ,AU a. .f 1'\ 0 LOTS, situated UM Westj aide of Maria. Nat: 8.9. John For assistance Capo, Pilot to poor for carrying person the 71 50 I ': +.r;

boats could'navigate-, for some distance,from Sanebes Creek,, for sale. Appll Port board of the :
_:. the$t.Johns. The travelled editor Of the News Feb. 13. 1840. GEO. L'P 1ILLIPS. different Physician vessels on at the Quarantine ;. ,. 4 -{. .W' -4 .,1

... \must have passed through that country when '. for Kent or Salt u Station. 40 00 No,.' SB.: From Mrs: Mason, I year's resit of f .

1\ young. It is keiding those creek,which makes THE HOUSE AND LOT in Hoinital' Street, 12. Miguel Usina, 2 months salary,. Lot adjoining her boas, ". S 09 j ; fending
-, the distance from Palatka to Nu.tO so far. The PORT OF 8T. dVQlJ TLrE. the premises of If.... RoborUoo. with the Slit October, 30 OO I -.; + ,' o
..J history of;this' prronoous ludian i .News appears Inquire of SAMPSON, LLIAMS.: Sweeping Market, 2 75 : '

to 'be as follows : A sergeant and 3 or 4 men .f.UITED. 'eb,10,1840. < Summoning Patrol, 6 00 ,' ; ,
i 18. Jacob ickier for the 1st '. .t ", ,. '-;;'. !
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belonging .to.Cit.pL' HoUma' company, 7th''In- 14-Sch. Kite, Martin, Savannah, Gov't stores, SklHH-li awed JLOtfm 6er.TilE > I payment -', : s d
fantry. stationed at Fort RusSell, were riding to U S Qr Master, SotiUa'Sfc.. Sate Mill Cm att have erect I to rebuild the Court House wall, 200 .. -::' t ss, I. II '
Dec 3. 'Jos. Hernandez for 10 bbl. Lime 30 ,. _
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past Deep.Creek,say. II miles from Palatknont "'15-Schi Oscola Nye,from a flu lag cruise. large STEAM MILL with gang and swgte 1Q. Jas. M, Gould, for printing to 25th w 'J,'K r'-:" '' 'f8'f't'f-4i ....' .", i
this Fort King Hood, when they were sudddnly 10-Steamer Southerner, Budd, Charleston. via saws, aDd are readto furnish Lumber of superior Oct. 32 00 ": ,- ....:.. ",: t>; '!I' .. t"; '-' .

fired on by a- party Indians{ ; one man i was Brunswick,. qualities of in any quantity Their in the 10. Miguel(Usina attendance at Election .,,\,..:-:, ..,, > .: .f.": ._ .. j': ><. 7
wounded, and is, lathe hospitnl at Palatka 18-Stcamer Cincinnati Smith Hack Creek County Camden Georgia on River, ; '
now ; to where vessels 15 2 25 :;i tl. : :;"t': r ;
-tho: sergeant's horse was killed under l him dead ; Goy't' stores, to U S Qr Master.. without difficulty drawing danger.feet altl.Deb approach 23. P. B. Dumas 1 rear'. salary ending Dee 17. ueo Center. month'. rt; .r., ,' I'. ..: I f a I

. .. \.. ) about sixty yards of.a start the Indians 2O-Sch Ann Elizabeth Somers, Jatilla River. Satilla, Camden Co., Geo.,'Feb. ap9 of the Council, 50 00 ',r' "';,1- ', :
24. Funeral of several Pan- ;'
followed.him in full yell ; a negro' fellow, was WAXTIPO 'wnn>. expense > ;', ry ::- j"
155 25Repair .
i 'next to the sergeant in tho chase.. The Seh.ElizabethSouthwick Key West per t.
,country ,
of Street 46 25 :
around Ib section has been scoured & Frances M Charleshia Grocery & Provision]'Store. ;- (7
; completely 13-Sch Stephen: ; gee, -. Removal of Nuisance. 14 75 l _
'7; : 't the military but not of E; CAtlR &: CO. are now ,eaiinra splendid .
>y a vestage the .poor ton. I'Scb. B Doct. S. 8. Peck for medical attendanca'on "y I
of article
soldier has been discovered ; his name'ww Ho. Pensacola, Black Philadel live-oak. particularly solicit assortment purchaser examine in their articles line, and Auc. Lopez' fa miIr. .' '. : 1 J

gun, I believe. The men on horseback gallopedo Sch,Isaac:Jackson, Swift, Phil elphia,Lie- received by Sch. Undine u being of the choicest now ,,9 50 v {.;
; and got{clear. The Indians that attacked oak. description having been ,selected in Nsw York, with 30.' Collector' eommi"ion of 10 per : 20, From Clerk of Market far rent of : J :

the train ,neat!!, Garcy's Ferry, were trailed by .- the greatest care, for this market. Out'stock consists rent on 9107.50. '10 15 Market S.tal1l. ,29975 '_'.
For Can Licenses '
Lt. Darling 3d Dragoons the City Treasurer' commission of 150 00 i
across EtanayaScrub EDITORIAL CONVENTION.The in part viz t / For licenses '
> and Srkuh down to* Ocklawaha ; ho returned .- Editor and Publulien of Floridt,whoM names T EAS-U'lOa Skin, Young and Old Hymen, 2J per cent on J.U43311-IOOtba For licenses tliretailerIOCliq.uCr..39-to keepers of BilliardCity ? ':

by put tka'in the steamboat are hereunto subscribed for the par on ,of pricing Souchong in papers,Imperial,Gunpowder,&c. paid Treasurer's cornmitsion of 26 09 ,Table, 133 30 1 : ; :'

On c Saturday night last an attack was made the baiiheM connected with the. rreif, upon a more SUGARS-Loaf & Lump/ crusbe4, Porto Rico. / cent 921 Fines, 91 Oil ,, .
on 'a Party of J volunteers at McKenny's place, certain foundation preventing UKMA disagreements St Croix, White and Brown ;' 'ew Orleans. 24 per on 221-100th. "'-"--
'- near the New] River settlement the volunteers'hnd winch might trite from conflicting intereiti among MOLASSES-New St. Croix received being 1.043311-122. Total-91. 47 U2 'i.
09 received:
; from Tbos.
Doug- j i
theiuwlrea, well for, the of Sugar House and ;
u u pure M throwing Syrup. lI.nn"i'I f
stacked their arms, and were preparing]j tritund their interesti'ibote HfeKUtrd* which exptrri- COFFEE-Uld St. Do- au, late City Treasurer, 23 03 Paid9L044Balaaee 424 i is;;.
supper when i they received a volley from the 1 t '
coca bu taughtthem"are nrcenrarr to their protection mingo. and Laguira. green do. j
-9503 59| ;'
"Indians' and El Simmons, a line youngtaan '' .f tiiut the frequent loue .aiuined by careless or TUB\CCO-Cavendish. Plug, and; fine cut chew. 42J ___ t-i,
'was'killed ; the others retreated to their horses, frtuJnteutcuniiimeni.do'acree. .mong tneinwlre, to ing of Mr Miller, Chapman A Sargeant'.and A. !':5
tod the Indians ,got: possession of their guns. I adopt the following price., and tn obttrte the follow f Campbell' Manufacture ; Snuff and Cigar of the I j; I.,
In the ,Ne'wslim sorry to notice a gross at. ins rules, in the management of their boine. finest quality / JYotice. .I @I8ImAJP (Q)1ID) o" :t;

tack upon our, new Governor, R. R. Reid. I Itl. TKRB or 3oa: -catrtior.-F: weekljr papers Olives, Capers, Olive Oil, Sweet Oi Rice. Indigo, IT is the intention of the subscriber to 'Ppl,. u.ooa JUST received by the Steamer Southern a .>.t 'r r,
have been i: constant reader'' of ).ourpnper, Mr. Five DolUrs per intrant. Bemi.weekly piper Six Blueing. Ground Pepper Alsipcd, Clove ana as he legally c.n. 2 the Judge of the ( oun- assortment of seasonable Goods which <
and Ten Dollars Cinnamon in Court of St. John. for leave sell the interest will be sold at the most reduced at L L. Los's i a :
Editor, for the last three 'years,and cannot help'believing DolUri per annum; Daily papjert | and .f Ib papers; 11" ty county to prices
all in (advance and Cloves of has minot children Charles. Elizabeth Store.-consist! in of tba following :- .
that{ be ulu signs himself of i per II nnll III. IM cases payable no Nutmegs, Ginger Pimento],Salcratn;. Francis of part .
was; ,' new papers i to be sent till tie moo+.yj is paid. Cayenne Pepper. Pepper Sauce.A urn Copperas; jodil. Emily. Adelaide, and William in and to '16 yard*brown Homespun for. 91,
the People, one of the northern confident.1\; 2d. TERMS or AnvtRruiio.A single square of Shot, Flints Percussion Caps, Power,,Blacking; the following property situate in toe City of St. Au 10 yards Calico for 91. ,

cy which.dUiurbcd( St. Augustine so long, and 100 word, or an advertisement occupying the space Pipes Mats, tope Fish Sean... Fifes and Hooks; gustineSt.Johns county. To wit: 6 quarters Merino, at $1,50lxr yard, ,)3 .1
which public:opinion and the good sense of thepeople of 100 words of the' usual advertisement type, i if extended Chalk, Shoe and lioN Brushes Candle Wick. A lot of ground containing six urea on the road Handkerchiefs from 6! cents up to 50 cent. j I
have jso, signally rebuked. Wo are a | by cuts or blanks, for $1) tie first Insertion Coffee Mills, Ink. Black Sand Wafer Wrapping leading to St. Sebastian Bridge and opposite to a lot Plain and open work Stockings, 25 coats per pair : f
plain' people.here, and would recommend the and 75 cents for each continuation] Two or more Twine, White Bar/Variegated' in Ball, and Shaving belonging to the estate of Andrew Anderson, dee, Superfine Calicoes, at 18] cent per yard, 'j
,,''person'who'signs bimself .* One of the People," quires in the same 'proportion. Advertisements Soap; Hull & Son' Patent Candles, Lamp Oil, bounded on the south by lands of E. B. Gould-wett Raw-silk Stocking, ..'rted. cobra, 50 eta per pair. j, ..

t .io practice what he professes, which is or,ought containing one and a half square*, tend less than two. LIQUORS-Otard, Signetta and Preach Blind by the St. Sebastian River and east by the marsh of Shawl, great variety, 1 ..,;, "
to bo, tho mild Christian doctrine of .charity t: will be charged u two. Where advertisement*arei Holland and American Gin;' St. CroU and Cherry aria Sanchez Creek. ,Also a House and lot situate IrLb Linen. rom 50 cellta'to 75 cents per lint,
and ood to all mankind. Ho his Ex- i i lent. without any special directionsas] to the numberi Rum; j| on Bay Street bonndejl east by said street north by Fine Jaconet.Mull,and Book Muslin.
,' j, -wilt' says i of insertion. required. it will be un entood that they WINES-Port. Sherry Madeira, flnsrar Malaga, slot formerly belonging to the heiR Antonio Bert., Bobinett and Plain Muslin; ... ..1'
cellency wasnn intriguing political Judge ; as.j are to be pnblis tntilfmiU; the! will hereafter be Simor; Bottled Wines of different kutds Champagneof deceased south by a lot lately; belonging to'K.' B. Linen cambrir and silk Handkerchief .
sertioh without proof,' is no argument ; could not j J eniitinned at the discretion of the publisher. and various brands; London Brown Stout and American Gibbs and west by a lot formerly Onl.rtlo Hernan Bonnets and Hoods, Silk. Kid,and Beaver Glnre, 'i .
some of the citizens of St. Augustine, with much 1 charged according to the foregoing] rates. Legal ad. I II tI Porter. dez. WILLIAM. .6. BUCKNEK.. Ladies' walking Sboeo.:at 75 cent per pair ,
morc propriety call this person who signs himself ]I veriis>ments, of which the term of Publication is fixed Fruit. j Jan 16 Guardian. Boy* fine and come Brngans, at SO cents pr pair. .' ti! ;

M One ofthe; People,' a political professor by law, will only be exempted from this rnle. For I -Bunch and Bloonr, in' hole and HelD York Dry Goods Afore, Brown and bleached Sheetings, ... } 'ij
.of religion 1 has he not carried his political an.imositiiv standing yearly advertisements per square.Yearly .- RAISINS Sultana and Keg +|| i SUBSCRIUER-just from Mew York Furniture Chintz. Corded Coats, : a;
i A few dozen Chairs
THE fancy :
to the altar advertisers who r.-n w their advertisements, .: r
Figs, Citron English Currants Cranberries, a well selected stock of Good, compris.* I
dozen Chairs.With
'This'pcrsofi, .'bohS() fond of ncwwspa r"notoriety. will be charted f >0, and .HowedJ the space of four Mace. Carroway, English Mustard]1 log a general assortment of rocking mention. .
.and who signs himself .*Ono of tho pco. squares in the weekly... pspers ]9o for the same Paa Nuts, Filberts Soft and Paper Shelled Almonds -STAPLE AND FANCY ARTICLESHas .. Augustine many other, Jan.articles 23,184 too numerous to t i iS.

pie1 ought to como into Abchua, and when he pace in the semi and triweekly p pen! and $100 ia Orange and Lemon II opened a Store in Dr. ,Peck's Building, and i invites ., j ji

returns to your; ancient pity, I will guarantee that the'daily papers. Wheretheadretremeataorerrunthe Provisions. [I the citizens of St. Augustine, and the inhabit I Notice.LX .
his mind will Jbo less contracted, and that he i11c'.cr space allowed the excess w.1'1!' charged bv the -No*. 1.2 and 3 Mackerel, in whole and ants. of other towns;, to look in and examine. To i 6;: weeks after date I will apply to the Judge'ofthe .
"J Advertisements from a di Stance mustbeacrespectable FISH Dealers County Court of St.John* County for Let- I
after bgashamed of called square. barrels;Herring in Keg. Herring in boxes; Country a good opportunity! is offered for '"
having any gen- comp.nied.wilb the money or a town Pork, Hams Smoked feet Shoulders replenishing their stocks. ISAAC W. AVERY. lien of Admioistiatiuo on the !state or ANTHONY !
tlcmaR'such;; hard names as he has applied to I reference must be given Sounds and Tongues, Butter, Lard ; St. Augustine.Jsn. 8,1840.Marshal's. aiNDSMAN, lato of said county deceased." ....
his Excellency! R. R. Reid, who is the. Governorof All announcements of candidate k for offices will be Soda Batter Sugar Milk' and Utica; Cracker Feb.6,1840. HENRx GROVES.
our choice. He1 is: not a Northern man ictik! charged Five: Dollars; for icsertibn during the can- ; Sale. I '
coarse Salt, Flour, &c. die.Hardware. ItSt.
virtue of alias grit of .
fieri (aci.
an Issued
Southern feeling but a Southern man Kill South. 'va,+.. I It BY i C
which' admissible II I of the Superior Court for the District of. J ;
lie t Ad personal communications are
ern feelings. .has been buelycolumniated. : That tile Quarantine Laws be put *,
Shovels, Axes. Broad ixe*, Locks, East Florida, and to me directed and delivered will RESOLVED
individual affairs
i or eommnnicatiuns relating to one I ,
but.strong tar the rectitude of his own actions < SPADES. : ,aioat.n vessels from any v ,
p"ft""r new invenitoiiS new goods, new lahtih- FaurtU'* Hinge. Rule. Latches, expose at public Ale in the City of St. Augustine i
he smiles the impotency of his political enc- ments.. ndidatcs.. and the like w II be charged at the j i Spoons. Fish Hooks; Bar Lead. Garden Hoes. Cas- front of the Court IIOJJe. on Saturday the $2d day port North of Charleston ; and the Pilot be furnished I J i
r.mic*,' and in hi bland good-natured way, rays, same price as advertt.emftntf. 1 1 tors, Gimblets Shoe Knives, Curry Combs, &c.&c.. of FebruarllleZI. between the boon of 10 o'clock A. with this resolution, to be shown to, Captains of .. .! i

.t"Gentlemen,abuse me as much as you please ; 3d. A BLACK LIST shall be kept in each establishj Alto, an assortment | M aDd 2 0 clock P. III:of that day-all the right,title, neb Resolved estels.also.That all intercourse between' this; ': 'r:
calumny is an cxcressencc and will be believed or Tin IPa and interest of Morris II. Tucker in a certain House I :
+. not j ment and the names of absconding: and delinquent e. and Picolsta. be at a to that in*
i by the good and the virtuous. f{ sub! .crihers, (those who stop tneir papers without'' COVERED Kettles, Quart and Pint CupsCoffee and Let shouted in the City of tit. Augustine' on the,,formation City be given immediately put to the stop commanding:

vt.y. i t ,i; Your very ob't scn't, paving np arrearages) shall be P bli.hed for the benefit Basins, do. Pall, Aral Pan..kound West mde of St. George's'Street, fronting on said i officers at PicoUu, Fort Searle Fort Hanson. Fort '
.. ,, '. 4; I It ALACHUA. of the craft. And OM 01 Bw* of the elinqaentsof Pans,Japanned Sugar,Boxes MolassesCups, Candle street seventy four feet ; bounded on the North by a' Peyton, and at this post requesting their aid in max* J
'r' .h .: any one .establishment shall be mutually'' copied Sticks. Bread Baskets, Cratars, Small Tea Tray, heats and lot belonging to SIn Ann Geiger eon'ain-1':tag known thu resolution to all persons, white or eolJored <
I and published in the papers of each* other. Foot Tub,. Dusting Pans,large and email Bras Kettle tog in depth one hundred and finely eight and a half t attached to their several commands. "',

," .. : TALLABISSEX:, Feb. 10, 1840., 4th. Jos WORK shall' be considered u cash, andpayments *. Ac. &e. Also a variety of J feet; on the West by a street known by the name of'Pan's 'I Resolved abu,That the Mayor cause the detachment ,

: demanded on deUveryj! except from regular, | Shelf-Goods,.Perfumery, &c. Street moasunng on said sleet seventy seven now in charge of the'city authority, lobe stationed ,
Our i Legislature here is a little the feet ;snd on the South by a house and lot belongingto
t.; customers. j Pencils Cat Glaze. and Gilt Beads, Port. : Part on the Unite and the balance atthe; ;
/rnctnbcrs ore Well paid independent;,,sort: .of, The prices of Jobs, shall bee. follews : Cards, I' SILVER Silk and Bead Pnrae*. Shell, Twist and H.Stephen Ara.a.-T.hu a.the property,of Morris Northern limit of the city ; with instruction to pr..
Tucker to satisy judgment and cost of suit in
olD, who scrve,the.! : people and nobody knows pack. f5 ptr'paek; S packs 93 p tr pack;over 3 packs Side Combs, Milk of Roses, SpintJdo., Sweet Bags, favor of Bailey A Peynokls.JOS. vent at all hazards any person front entering the city J;:' "
: 92 per pack. handbills 95.'pae. ,I Pamphlets 91 perI French Cologne and Lavender Water 'Johnson's who may have come from Picolata.urthet .' -'; ,
.,who pays for it That is, the taxation whichdoespay I Blanks, fonlscwp>> and hft 9 25 per?,; ream- Bear,Oil. Rowland's Macassar do astotsdo.Cold St. 8.1840.8ANCHEZ. Marshal Resolved f That any person violating the
.,it, comes. in such,a round-about way* that per quire :folio post $5 per ire-.O per ream. Cream Windsor Fancy Soaps ; T th Powder Mill AaCUl1iDe'.Jaa. above resolution, shall be fined a sum not less than ,< : J
.1 \iKbody! 'can toOk so much out of'' Theatre or circus bills never le than 95 per I' tiny Shaving Soap, J. Gillot"t Pal nt Jlelalic Pens, Jd.MES K.tYJWLES, fifty dollars, to be recovered before an,.com teat authority ". ;)i
say you ray and aa high. '10. according to e. Indelible Ink Cork and Glass inkst adl,Ivory 1Ybrs. WATCH, AND CLOCK MAKER. ,and that he be expelled from the limit of the 40
pocket spending six months in doing six days : 5th The namea of showmen.| and other travelling ;. ties, Irony Dominos Snuff. Tob ceo and Shaving (Aj n\g tkt Start Atom. B. E. Carr it Co.), city (forthwith not to be allowed 10 eater again. until x

work. j professional, characters who ge off without paying Boxes. Razor ia cases. Razor 5t ae'. Peri Knives, HAS just receved, via Charleston direct from these Resolutions be repealed.
their printing biBV.kH be pl jed on'}hp black list : Powder Flub; Hair, Tooth Nail Llothee and Sharing a large and beautiful assortment ol l F.' L DANCY. Mayor.
.But this is cot right-if the Council did not and published for the benefit of(the craft Brushes, Ivory Fine and D II Co ab.. ,She1! CLOCKS various, patterns, which will be warranted Test. P. B. Dems. Clerk of the Council.' '

.rnake.numerous laws, and pass much time in ;t The above rnlea. not tw affseVany special existing Pocket Combs. Guitar aDd Violin Strings. CODYer- for being ilme-keeners, or they can be returnedand fflllib ehitocribers "pecUI"'r. inform tae Merchants -
contracts of the present year. But contracts vanant anon card-, \Vriilal.ad Leuerpa Letter stamp.. the more, founded;
r. and Inhabitants of St
Augustine that
making' a mystery of plain things, there would from them will not be renewed.] | Stands. Pincushions, Sunglasses. Paint and Fancy addition to which be has received a supply of have band,andaredilivreceiving.!,, J r
they on
.be no nws to alter amend, or repeal next'year, i The Editars sad Publishers ofl Florida whose names : Boxes, Fine u.'d Pencils, Graees German 5moluDg WATCHES JEWELRY consisting iu pail of extensive and complete STOCK OF GROCERIES.varr 'j 1
ate hewnnto annexed, pledge themselves in honor. Pipes. Shell Pincushionr PI'1inw Cards. Brass aaJ Gold Patent Lever Watches, do. Vertical. j ;
and .consequently: the next Council would have comprising every article in their line i among which. j
each unto the other, vt obaer' the fowr/wnjr Rules. Step) Jewsbarps, Suspwnderss Shir .. AI o.Clotllf"lI. Gold and Silver L'epine
nothing;! to des To-be-sure, the minority see nome inl'th. management the but en of their different A lot of Frerwh and En,Iwh Watch-. *. are i 1'
in cuk.t.and
Cofcae Brandy, pipe,qr. eighth,
of here and wishes to adjourn] establishments Spectacles, gold and river' ; Ear Rings of various
staying Coats Dress Coat est-, P.ntaloon", Heiland GioJ..aw.a Rum 1
BART OVER Patterns Brea Pins
never knew a minority in any deliberative body C. E.of JU ApiUducoU. Guttt. .. Flannel Veil. Drl en. Suspenders. And a variety; of other; Finger Jewelry Rings; all, which will be Domestic Gin. Brandy Ram, and Whi'ke/' ,'. I"t i
&c. BOOTS SHOES HAT .CROCKERYAU CoflVe.Tea &. Floor j' :
: Sugar, ,
that did wish to there is something JOSEPH CBOSKLY. disposed of at Charleston prices.
pot adjourn- or .bhieh will be disposed or at Wholesale and Butter Cheese Mackerel and Lard. I
unpleasant to be wise Solomon /U, A? lUeUctU Cwrier. Retail. W. .olitit mention Thankful for encouragement received be respectfully Ac.
mighty talking as as |I the 0 purchasers prove WINES viz :Madeira.. Tenerife Malajrs.
;' J. B. WF.BB. solicits continuance of the same. 8
,. ion to purchasing elsewtere.Fab. Northern Hams, Cu,4ial.leamKefioed"C.IId", :
every day while nobody takes the trouble TaUkwtt Str.SAM. JAMES KNOWLES.N. .
r. j tf At 6,1840. B. E.I CARR & CO.NOTICE to' Starch, Rice. Crackers of all kinds, and other -i
of talking back,.and yet when the question *s i S. SIB ,EY. B-Huinlle"ed. regular apprenticeship at articleS p. mention all of which we of '
I : At T: Uakuiet fl.ridiea. is hereby given to all persons having repairing of Watches & Clocks i in iu various branches too numerous to ; ;
taken, to find the audience has been just as stupid J. M. ef GOUIC.rfAtFMin. against.tbe estate ,of Tbos. Butler,dee. be will give his attention to all property for on low and aecomirodaiing terms Orden forwarded i ,

as a.congregation ,of sinners unde a dull nU. to present the same duly attested within the time pre. entrusted to bis care. All.ordvn from country to u* will be promptly attended SON &to CO.

of summer's. afternoon.' ,J. KN WLE! ,. scribed bylaw, and all persona indebted thereto, are persons, they may rest assured will baud" immediateattention M. RODDY Charleston Ca. .\
... ..". '- lJIAI.Q To., &udinrl required, to make immediate payment to and their! watches properly repaired: and 133 East Nv
TodaY* the ,House 'meets. (1believe for theIrtriTtunej I JAMES JORDAN accurately regulated. J. K. D.e.11.1'133' d19.28.3w..VelD. ;

'iri.thc afternoon, from' which I con. i ii JYotiee.. ANDREW ROBB, Aimr' St. Ancn'tine.'16th Jan.. 1840 -York Eats, tj \
i having claim i or other demand a Jaaotry 9. 8w. v % } Charleston ana St. Beaver Bresh,8A.Mnskrat.
elude i ;that a bill is pending to'autbotize. some ALL persons the estate of MIG EL MARTINEZ late AugustinePACKET. GENTLEMEN'S fashionable -- HATS. for ..

worthy citizen.to'build; a.flat for: the purpose of: of St. John County deceased, will please present THE .PUBLIC B. CREEGAN an respectfully has this day informed recommenced that THE Packet Schooner EMPIRE, L SOOTH ale. bv I. w. AVERY BuiMiii, j

ierrying passengers across a mud puddle/ me than within the time 'prescril ed| bylaw, or they will teaching school in the house of Mr. AIDRZW ,WICK, Master.will run regularly throof hon _Jan._16._1840._ _la pf: Peck'_ ** .
be barred--and those indebted, will make payment te Her finHtl Snb. ntxer rep petfuMy inform hiikndn ,
rivilfor thing here Lora; iu which be will receive in addition to those the summer. between the above Ports.
suck_ exclusive1 p every Feb. SO. 1840. ANTONIO ALVAREZ. Ad mi. whom be already has under bit care, ten or twelve accommodations are comfortable and extensive.Travellers JL and the public, that be baa taken his brother \

must be clothed,with the,Immunities of a char- .,.. I Young" Ladies, who will be taught in an apartuient will find this mode of eonvsyanr* as Mr. JAMES R. SANCHEZ. into copartnership and i

t rr', else a man to his own opinion,' stands no3Janpe0f :.: weak fromthi data I win apply ta the Hon. separate fnta that of bas Boys, and to ,whom the pleasant,if not mor* so, as any other now in operationbetween I the bosines Saub will bereaftar It Bretkr.be conducted He fakea this under thai .. 1! )

; tovet-reaching his neighbors -Perhaps ., SIX lad,. ef the, County Court of St. Jonas strictest attention will be paid. the two pert. This packet always goja *n firm of v. his tbaiilM for the Uisaral 1 oppor-he ;
) Hi be conducted hereto. and take. deck load. r;& tuaityto retarD patronage ;
C..t, far Letters .f AdrmmitraUen an the Estate a f 07 Night School will aa ballasted never a
the des will' when nothing, will ap. Savannah whereveraaodeiat. ha* heretofore received and soKeftMCOothioane*.
y .come ZL13 SPRAGUE; saeeaM.fob. fore. N. B-Always.touching at .
tarteulous as: chtrten and exclusive: : pri- 19. 1NO. HOLES BYRNE. Ct. Augustine, Jan. 3, IE40. SO.4wf encouragement offers r.b.8. 18 It). VT SANCHEZ | t;

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'.- NOTICE. [SUPPLEMENT TO Tile GLOBE. PROSPECTUS OF An Ordinance to preyent the running, Ac.X any Cilizent.
r ., TAX COLLECTORS SALE OF REAL ESTA TLjd8Unqiitntintb PROSPECTUS FOR THETB WASIUWTON W TiE .. *boo or horses thron the streets of Addrc..to .
j -eWW'fIJEREA8-PJTEIrMlii-IIELL "'._*,,__ ngreionatG1ObeAfld!- I '*'-Published by"Franklin S.'My T"lllBrt, Be it ordiined by !Mayot end .c'AbiuJine. ,. Bcnja"'in BrandreWs

;EiqT 1i a Appendix. T/moviasJefcrsoi "an edie4 City of Augustine That from or'anerbe passing : table. Universal 1
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.t' : V ':pBymcnittCeootyindTmitoria : ordinf to JAW, Smih of this act, oo ; These 1ilIs'aremaae & m"
ESE-works have :. per.on..h.1 cater.I.lop'or run, or 5I
I I .f the T**(';virc ised for tbe'I I en There published by us for se- TIEJiETROfOL'ba ben publiahedint I .o'cause to Ko'rate any hora mar.or tracts, known by, JOD experiencecent.andyetof el ..
one neluousand/eKhllbbndred; and year4. are now ,more subscriber I trot t
year .
: I ,.t land* claimed and ffeinf oed by.tlve said thiny-nine.Pettf Mitchell onuo ,I*, or the BIprobably, than for any othir paper published fames a week., ,It .the intention oC the publisher to gelding through the Itreetl cilf; and any person pOwSTUIpuIgtaerothealim.ntana1thananroi :
': I situated, in; tb*,iCosinty., f". %iaehua.aforeaid.. < ,aad I nine :n !ti4.State ; certainly! wore than there are for ,add to their tri-weeklyr* tkt country.. violating thlcactsbaliupon conviction thereof before Their efFect
i whereas the-s'ai4.Peter.Mitchell any oti er paper published in ibi.-DiatricL ; Tbiweeklv' be, uun. ,tri-weekly S. 'the mayor Of justice'of the peace, be fined two on the systtra i*to earn
.i I I C".J i -I..J- :. sM j .which bat uefoods 'and 1 and ic sreasing'subscription ;.is' conclusive evidence: 'and will contain all the important up matter of the latter dollinsonlhaltO the informer and th other half to markable fact that Lbs same may be'give 1 i i''
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t uDJJ. poo t can! ,beOb of usefulness the use of the city. No conviction violation ofthis or.:adult,without the t I'
!f'I.I. 'u..1.nadet. : Iheijr vTbey are invaluable to all'who The proceedings of Congress, the appointment madeby te pallT doingat
1 : \ ; -.0" Notice is hereby given that!I.IUd CARTER, eel ,an interest in the proeeedings'of Congr ... 'N o tiovernment.'and all otter local information, will I act i is to be bad_upon the evidence the informeralone but either on bat the contrary Tror.iC ,' 'J .

; < .I t. Etf"1" Collector in and (onthoCounty! of Alachua in o ther: bliratioo',..theta so full, nor half so cheap I. be promptly and'correcUy/nfnisbedft It will be.pnt ,'tnless.he previously, relinquishes to the city all itnaljor otherwise, Bi0',,
, Terrijorvpf; Florida.! will| | oxpoie to publie snle atQ.J Jt'o1'tl I deed, the cheapest publication in tbe United at a low price' to give it an extensive circulation"I claims 1 to bis fine. ,If,the I person offending all billion affections,' they are of t greatet
Court Statesperhaps in the world.' Our ll who afford 'take be a slave, he .haf.reCelf!!! not more than twenty, benefit. _
I"I I jjVthe Honeojq .iJtount, zi ix months after:the' position .t' the enable can .to. aDew.paper"t: te- ,
I : da ., hnreofr o, wiUofltbo'-6thdty.Gr.July.; lath seat of Government enables us to print them at so lowa .., nor lea* than ten lube By increasing douflicinty! cs
c 0 I JR fear one thousand eight hundred and fnrty all the ra' Wears compelled to publish the proceeding] Tbe necessity of a like this at- the eat ofGovernment P..td 29th Nov.. 1823. more powerfully 'to fnie : .
1:" I 'V right, title and intere"'pttbeuid: Pet..Allteb61l! of l Con res* in,detail,for our daily paper. This done, must be paP to all.!! There being A trpe copy. largest dose tof C.lomel.-Dd[ yet, in a ,few"ke .

:, f (; .. in,' DelIO,aixty thousand; sii.hnodred and fifty acres 4.it reqni el, comparatively a mall additional expense about seven federal papers published in she District: : 1'. B.,DUMAS, Clerk of the Coul1ciLTha' ter the efiect is over, no debility' wI atever is si

.., A of., l4in4i of which,15,102 acres are returned a* first to. chatjga them to the forrrs ofthe Congressional and only too democratic,,iz: The Globe, and.Te.1:<.. city authorities will enforce ihe ordinances. cede ,Instead ot causing weakness,tb bj"i
, .: .pirate; 15,163; acressecond rate ; anil 30,325 acres'third Globe dnd P.pp ndil. If it were not for these circum t ropoli:. The former beina the "organ" of party", 1 .1 ; Mayor. er. and could bea more fatigue aer wv.

j\ './ rate Quality' Ilbe me ,being an undi Wed part,and stances! .we could not publish them for four times the necessarily be moreiimUed in its remark than a --, Part f.An,Ordinance to prevent Fites.Sec. nsed. .\bl" lha Brandret PaI'are know. '!! (

puree!of that Rrge tract of land known as the," Arre'dondo urn ch, rged. 'In some part of.Uie United State*the journal not so considered. 1 ._ .).. e ordained by the auUioiitv of Ibe May U ,not.ns. _
,1t Grant,"which aid Grant contains two hundred whileaver: upon which these 'work are printed I The, llttropol.t ha* *incp its commencement' endeavored or' and Aldermen the City, of $t. Augustine- a HaL A* a.puriter'ofthe blood,they are men

and eighty nine thousand acres of end more orI.les.,j tions would Sell I fot BJ much* we charge for the publica, ; to' bring about,a reform in the appointment, of from and after the fifth day Jauiiary next ensuing, mall .cutaneous diseases, (roan whatever iJnaw

t situated AI.chuacouotyand through a part of which r ofur under the General Government, believing that it shall" be the duty of the occupants o/ any and every n:. .1
...r the Orange Lake Creek runs; bounded on the north'by: The approaching aeuiou of Cangres will probably i I expressed by the'. father of our country, ," a .Dwelling House or other building having a chimney Because -

it .t.. publie lands; on the east by public lands, and on the continul lia' *.evenmonthsan' asitiinmediately precede suicidal policy,t bring a man into any office of,con or other pll where; fire is kept'or ied, to keep the .no care i required when o'inr them1:

iJ.'''.', west by public lands ; the centre ,of which Grant t Prejtidehtial.election' all the'prominent political 'eaeDC bO political(radians ad\er to the.mea .[ same clean sleeping or otherwise.See. ,and drink what you please and have e( 'L

call.for tbe ,Big Alachua t 'or all the right.'titto,> and q f juesUooVwhich' divide the country' will no-doubt, be .ur. blb, the General Government is pursuing." 2. Be it further ordained ,by !the authority or, ,cold water; the body i h.positively .liable to c

CIoi i interest of the said; Peter Mitchell in so much theieof fully letieve( djicntscdt Those, considerations induce as I to It willcoutinue W pursue thicourse, and in ,the performance aforesaid, That .if fire,,lake'place_j>r happen,.in any ,after than jbefore a dose. Those 'humor, being "
as shall be sufficient to and jhap.hn COSGRESSIOKAI. GLOBE will make five i of that duty, respectfully, but' earnestly'! 'of'the aforesaid I.
, pay satisfy the lDoilnt'pf, iiindreJ.; and : place, frqm.ar, ,cau, whunver, the ,d by thl which cane* cOidit unIt(
'talus due from the said Peter Mitchell, together with h the ArPxnDIxbeween six and seven urge j upon .thePresident the necessity of removing occupant aforesaid sballbeliabLe_ to,a fine of ten Johar I Plr cauts,, _.
'l:.. all costs and charge 'arising thereon ; to b. be aold in iiiiidreJ; royal quarto pages. from offices of consequence, men whose tenet are *. which, by incumbering the tflof.J, prevent ioiepvtW |
; lot. of.fity acre etch or leas, a* the law direct The Oo5onisiio5c ( g.oia U made upo/,the daliI0! adverse to,then* .1 the Democratic party j: believing Parsed 29ib Dee.. 1837. lh iu. tint .the Pills. remove all

. ,.., I JESSE CARTER proceeding* ofJbe two bouse .Congress, Lat their ib.a upon society U such. as to retard the blood their tf.ct i in this acuabraoh
Tax CaOeetorfor Alaektu speeches uf the members condensed., The yucca 4 prqgreof DII raey. : Notice.SlXVefWafter S S .They maybe alan' time' that body reejaj
N.woansilhe.Novea1ter25th, 163'J.WHEREAS \ Ontnty. nays on tall important subjects are riven. It U pub- ,if any of|tbe lucrative : City j date, ( shall apply to the Judce ef mvdcine, either before crattevmealis. whea enter y'
I. litued wbekly,)with small type, in sixteen royal qua; are now occupied ofl..a'Va.IIDtoa intra- 'or St.Johns County for leturi home, without any inconvenience b iog expertcBetcV
... -, the Assessor of Tue. in to pages] : tiOD,..nd byl.of the subordinate.office of administration on the Euteof MANUEL RO lAnd a'cert.int) that no nuligaanlduease ,
f. and) for The ArrcsDU contain tbe of the filled 6 lbut.! late of the Province of Eat florida. dec. :' they are used. Thus '
: i of kla I bua speeches met i ar* of the same opposite seuiiments.lbicaauthut.krensovedaad IEll. wbie. eftsblmbingthe laetlatt
inthe.Territory, ef
FleridathuituraidUW8acrn! 'ben* at full "length, written out by themselves, and i i. t political, places J8 JOHN 1 FONTANE.No bae only to use those ,remedies

" .. 00 name of&be''ArrtdotftJo Or.nt'""bJect ctandbytt to Taxation I., It printed in I the lAme forma* the Coogrejiional Globe. J bg thafriendi cfthe 'dmiai.tr.ti trill l among J ice. ,_ the blo to be free from ALL d eae.wbi, .PUlf
is pubLished as.fast as the be ,. a fact, that .
speeches .
can the .
and'whereas claimant thereof witt ,the heirs I: prepared. of peiionskavtng caimr! other demand a every diseauwb,1be .
and certain of Usually bere'are more number printed: for a session ,It will oe to TREAS- ALL the brain or meanest member; whether be
assigns Arredondo .
not having give* than them ( support a bplnlP&J the Estate of JOHN M HELVE, late ward I aa ca
I in alistcf their taxable are weeks 'n it. ,, aaint| NATIONAL BANK:, or any other ulcer or an inward abce are all. !
property in said county, according Each } bankiug of tit. Johns County, deceased, will please ,present thong )aristat'
to law have ojf these works complete in itself. But it i i. institution,a*a safe Co tbe &om many causes,reducible to one effort
,they become liable to pay double I .destrableifor .pOltr people's money them- within the time prescribed by law, or they grand ,Bam
every subscriber have both ItVill' also be'ah wi y, impurity of blooa. .
.taxes for the year one thousand eight hundred end ; because, if ; ,u uncompromising opponent of Bank be bar.ed-and those indebted, will mike ,
theie payment
thirty-nine ; and whereas the..aid claimmt are de- t should be ;any ambiguity in tbe synopsis of a mcinopou'es.W monopolies of any and every kind : of Nov 2o,'1839 ELLEN R HELMK. Adru'x. In COD'qu.nc of he pleasantness of ikeir
,,, linquent in tbe payment, of the taxes usessed thereon speech Itk the' .CoDgres"ional, Globe, or any denial 'of AbelitionismLand political Anti.muonry-and of every S tion, they are universally used in evsryseeti .p'

(or the said year-and have no good and chattels in its :correctness, it may be removed at once: by referring species of faTnaticism which attempt to connect.itself Notice. wide extended. country wbero they are mndc knows.
aid county,upon which distress can be made to satisfy, to lue I speech in the Appendix.: te, 'or identify itself with, ,the political institution of SIX weeks after date, .pplcation. "'ilie, made to and .fast inpercedin every, other 'preparatiea ef
.aid taxes t O. Indexes! to both are sent to subscribers as soon 5s the ''country A crisis ba arisen which i*'to test the Hon.the Judge for St. professed similar import. ,Upward of iourteei ikei.

New Nstke is berebf 1i... -.'that I;JESSE' CARTEL
(t 'Tax Collector in and for' the County of \lachua I ia I I II beoves eyerj Democrat to buckle on the armor of his of THOMAS BUTLER\e\ of said County dec. use, since the introduction of_ them into fthir

Ihe Territory of Florida will to isle .I TERMS. ceunuy' de fence-to take the arms of war- JAUESJORDIN.Palatki States,.thus establishing the, fadb.yood U

the Coot House in said County expose, au ix months public after tU 1 at For'one dopy pf. the Con reasiocal Globe SI (.Ie and.resist. _,.by_ all he.u means. of_poltical poliica.ion, Nov.2 1839. ,ANDREW BOBB.police. o that tha Brandreth Itw PHI cure' the (apparently_ _. _drab.-!
date hereof, to wit the Cth C OnecopjofthaAppendiz $1 orappealsro-meanienigence'ana nl.of ins poi.d..e. ) ,.?mnl. A .* !a.p
on diy of July in the I u- --. ---C'v.
.. year one thousand eight hundred and forty the saic. Six co( ies of either of the above work will be sent people, and by' ,,a prmpt'rclr to'the ballot box, notonly'the bowel with them until the disease
for existing- under tnw
:\ :202,193 acres of Land,claimed by the heir. and cer' $3, tu-elve .copies..for '10, aud.a proportionate inVidious approaches the enemies of Democracy THE.Co-partnership'heretofore is waytbereforawbateyer- be said of themxeir ,
"number o f copies for,a larger sum. in the form of hereby dissolved the cTiutr'of the ,
1,: tain assign* of Arredondo; the same being an undivi.i monopolies but the-giant by,Mutual consent. ,rUCIC& I now BXTOJB
i < ded interest or part of a large tract of land known Paymei may be transmitted by rmu\.postagepaid\ strides of the enemias of the Union of the Slatewho T HEWLETT DOUBT. u.
1 I as the Arredondo Grant,". containing two hundret at our n14. The notes of any incorporated bank in are laboring for the severance of the Union, by Abe i. HEWLETT, As cure '
I the Unite J. States Brndret' Pil. Senrvey Fever
,current saaV
and eijtly-miie thousand' .'of land inf.be section of country lition incendiarism.It .. Ague .. its
more or less where the subscriber i ,by their consequence, '
: agent.JOHN
<:-t situated in Ala but County ;, bounded on all siJei(4i when resideswill I be received. But I will "n all things, be a* it has been ; supporting I men, and all traveller to foreign H.r.a.

J'r bciallrl.by public lands,; 'the"c nlre of the sau the subscribers and MktdIeStates can procure the notes,of banks) ID the same principles, and advocating the same canl.. St Augustine, I8ih Nor S 1839.lledical IOSE. be without rhem.jn order to reciont. .JooWal
I {4oGrant railing for tbe Dig; Atacb according to the them. I ITo . they will please tend Il look to Ins Democracy, and the Democracy alone, occasion of iue. No medicine cnest i is..1,

I -Spanish Grant'th.nor.' and' the surveys found all for its supper}. It ak'J other aid, and wishes pal. College of Georg't',. where they are. or climate effects rtqairsiT
j ; i tfacreoo .insure the numbers, subscriptions should ronage from no eighth Course orLecture in this tneraBaty
; or so much of the said undivided part or be quarter. THE limitation provided they are ket dry, Gentlemen
i t1:1: parcel of said Arredoodo Grant a* shall be 'sufficientopay No here.attention bjl the 9lhof will December next. : ;, TERMS., bit commenced on the second Monday (the medicine one that will ensure health to .i fiad th.
I -- and satisfy the amonnj/of taxes due thereon, be paid to anyorder nnless the Nisiibscription.will be received where the money ,Dub) of next Novemberand he ter'linlted.on the their estates., JoJI.a
. '. from the .said owner or clatf anll thereof, together, money. accompanies it BLAIR & RIVES. is not paid in ,d e. This rule willlt the Cm saturday (the 3d,of March (following. Theeciunes ,
: ivAhsll.eoits: and charges arising thereon ; to be ..old Washington City October 10, 1839._ to, at the. low price of the. paper will not i will be delivered by Hrancrth' Pill have universally secured frtnd,

I i --in Lot. oft fifty acre. each or less a. the Uw directs. St., d g" li"e Select Academy. I.e on any other terms. af01d G. ,M, NEWTON, M. D.', Professor of Anatomy. they have been ,and I, BeniiaXav

J*: 41 JESSE CARTER.; : FOR VOUNG LADIES & GENTLEMEN. Sublcriben'\vilbrg| to club tegcther forth weekly, L. A. D.UGAS, Al.'D., Professor of Phy iuloy.and Brndelh.loctoror Medicine,do believe ttmto'O
; ..--- D. can e three sent and Pathological Anotomy.ChARLES alihe properties have attributed to and
Tax Cojlettfrfor Alachua County.uNew ., JAMES BOYLAN takes leave respectfully copies' by payingfire dollars I hue thm: I
I I *: anv. .,) oytmber 25th, 1839.: the inhabitant of St. Augustine and it. AU subscriptions must b paid to the Post Master of DAVIS, AL'D., PrleNorofCheri.ty, sire Utd them myself in my family end an extaW ,
\ vicfnity, Hut on Tuesday,' the7th mat., he intend to tht place wherein suscrit. he being bgll authorized and Pharmacy. practice for over ten years and-my experienceaufully
I t I 'W"ER.MQSE 'E..LEry.it adeljuauen open an AJadetny for instruction of Young Ladies to remit them fret potK'. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D., Professor Therjpeut confirmed me i iu my opinion thatahl! disease* caa

l: according to' law, of; ..l he and G.entl menu at the,house (for the present) lately : Any Post Alaster' making a remittance for subscri ics and Malaria Aledica > be removed by those remed s which have a 1

; I "County kndTerritoria1. Taxes. ..edJorth'year. occupud: mm n arlinnl hv 31r. flro.n.. ', tiers, will be en tilled I a. copy of the paper for one D. FORD, M. D.. Professor of Institute and action on tl.eorgans of the stomach and bw. .pi
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f -VIJQ' U1OU1BBU CI&UI MUI red'_ IUU Lbirtr..n ue.on.liuld. -S The course'of instruction comprise* Orthography.- : year_ free of charge.Messrs. L.Prctic af Medicine. 0 genera action on the .y.ter, such as my Pi have.

I .tdib d a* owned by hlm. situated in tbe,County of.. leading, Penmanship. English Grammar,.Elocution P ,F.. EVE. Al: D.. Professor of Principles. andinaclice Mr. Abernethy has,clearly proved tb.t.lldj

t : Uachna in the Territory ,uC.F1oridajand..wh..e.; .... and Composition, Arithmetic Book Keeping,'Geog. T. A'L .Inrtrcn. of Surgery. eaie* can kM cured hv those r.nl.di. -M._,. _,

the aaid Moses E. Levy baa no'goods,and chattels. in aphy, History, and the use of the Globe., Geometry, DRAPERS AND TAILORS. .IILTON ,ANTONY, ,M. D., I'nr.unr, of Obstetrics uritive effect onthi'stomach and bowels.. _

: aid county: od which 4iitresscaube, ..made to, sttiify ,Algebra, and the,Latin and' Greek Language. THE Subscribers bavejui received from Charles and Diele of Women and Infants. q

nd pay the amount of.said taxes ; 5lr.. Boylan.. pledges himself that ,every method per $cloner a general assortment S The Pro.or Anatomy, assisted by Dr. John' GREAT CAUTION IS NECESSARY
t :Now. Notice i is hereby given,that I,lE.& CARTER, which many years experience: in directing the juven f cLoTIls9f eyery description, consisting in'pint Ic superintend the Di.eing.Rom.an.d tl procure the genuine Brandreth Pills .
Tax Collector 'tn and fur.the Couuty of Alachna, in ile tuid! Itas suggested,shall be employed to inculcate of following : S charge the duties of,Demntrator wihout lot fail 10'procure the genuine an4 you can.

!fwTerritonr'of t'oridaflU; expose public sale at .trength'a I'f.urIlY of moral sentiment, and bhbitni Blue, Black; Drab, Invisible*. Iron, Bottle "Green tional fee; The Professor Anatomy and Chemistry iD advice. S you lake te.-oljow .I

-,',#,' 'I' t'ifl Court House in'an,J ounl.a months.aftar the | elegance 0 ;. the public.are uured Claret and Harrington CLOTHS, de vote their,whole Urns to the College. How TO b*"SECURE moa
iate hereof to wit: ri.sEaturdsytheGth that whate PILOT Clot BEAVER ,7he expense for the first. ., iu-
day of July, er assiduity and competency can do, shall Clot 'Nee to purchase Brandreth's. Pills;
in tbe year one,thousand ;eight, hundred and ,forty, be",done, Ar ,the,benefit of those committed' to his CA3SIME11ES of the luding the Demonstration ticket, is 'I 35. Students joaitively sure the has wilbul beinr
person selling
.1. Nineteen thousand. two! hundred,acres.of;I load, retnr- charge VTTINET3 of every deseriptlin, attending, this institution' for the first time, wil puy ertificate-of agency. and CT cowrie .aauJ
. ', ned by the slid Moses' E' Levy as contesting.of, ,OOO Much-or frequent punishment Air. B. has found VESTINGS' the latest fashions, or $5. The current money any of Dewed ; 'no certificate being I re-
,. 'acres of first Mte';' 3,000 acres of,second rater end useless,'oft* n injurious the: duclltion of youth; by Cravats. Stock, Pocket Hdkfs.;, he States in which_S&udon' may.re.idewillbe taken m from date tint: Pills sold anyguarantveaftertwelvenooths the -

1 14,900 acrusd third r quality of land;the tame I directing, at elation to such subjects a* were best aimed Suspenden, Gloves every description at par. nuine. by bolder are re-

being an undivUed(Interest or part of.that large tract to tbei capacities, and most congenial their S A rul supply. ofButious, for Citizen and.Military Specimens Anatomy and Natural )utolY11 be
I of land known. the'1",Arredondu. Grant,.which said I talent8-bya"| careful: observance and judicial man. Coat, hankfully received for the rnnsaum. Aly own ofce for iie certain supply Of ike pure
M !
Arredondo Grant contains eighty ujne! thousand acre I sgement 0''lit the passions, he has succeeded better in Gold and Silver Cords, PAUL F. EVE, Dean of the Faculty. ,2 Ci. per 1 box.with rut) directions is

of land, more or lest, 'situated' in the County of promoting literary advancement of hi* pupils) than A full supply- the latest and moat abiuab Ie ,Angnsta. August 10, 1839. One 70 MEETING STREET

AlacnuaX bounded on all side principally..,by.public by, any mo-le corporal puuishmeut. HATS. ':1 "Notice.JS door fiom Queen, Charleston. *

land, and 'througb, a pan of which: Gran ,-.being' a I By mean i judgment book nscdin this Academy The .lbacribet return their thanks to the public HEREBY GIVEN, That I shall six 'weeks after o Drugi.t.' are 70 never appointed Ag'Dl therefore
Vjuare, the Orange Lake Creek'runs : (lit centre of are informed of the have beretofoe p AIEETING ST.
parents daily the attendance, crrnductres patronage receive and I "' date apply to the Hon. Judge of the Court AND
which grant calls for the fig -A1athua : ors, t b. said undivided part or ititere of the .ta:'Af oMB that these b wki' will examined every day., ,And SlAngustineJNov\ 1839. 24-3w of Col. SIMON DECKHAM. late of said pllce Charles where tine BRANDRETH1'

E. Levy ia,the Arredondo-Grant, a. will be*ufficitut. thntindulg nce Cir thocontrary.willbe used to each de ea.ed. G. HUMPHREYS.county PILL sold, my own office for their exclusive*,
: .
:to/pay and satisfy ,tbe thereon'from the said MOMS .
E. Levy, together with) i'ro. : :
seem to jSuch .
req procedure will have ari obtained
letters of
excellent administration HEDRICK.C"'dW'T'
all ,costi and charge HAVING on Notice. .Sold by JOHN J.
arising thereon '
: to be old in effect, .iJ, aiwaken* id the youthful breast he .
lot of. fifty,$acre each, or 1 less as the law directs. passions olTsar, shame, or emulation and thus,ren/ DERSOtf late(of.ofth.St. Johns Kn.RAYMOND County, .A.IIN.. Q IX months after date I will apply t the Hon. the I Agent for St. Augustine..
', )I ,
: ..JESSECARTER, ders much .i.lance to the teacher in the performance persons having emlnd. said Estate here Judge of the County Com of St Johns County, PROPOSAlS
A ; Tax Collector fer..4l4da.. agin.t are bra settlement with the heir
of their duties. S of SETH
County, NICKER-
1 notified fi4
i by to '
.1..,,k :i.-: ,IV.nI1U1aDIYIUII" November 25Ui, 1839. ,>; ,. The youuk ladies will ,be uDder Mr. >Boylan' direction wi thin the time prescribed same by law,or they will and proved be for'I 'said SON Estate.dec.,: and a finaldizchargo a* Administrator r WonVk hi1 receivad?' for widening bl the City, CO'lnel, nDI nth.

,in a separate apartment. And instructed ever barred and rll) GEORGE BARTLETT. from th tanning,
by ; indebted Wet
persons Square
i VVTHEREAS, the heirs of, .and'other claimants Mr. 11. ia.tiose branches of education, which anti snake payment itho'rtdelay-; are, required to St. Augustine, July 17, 1839. wall, and rebuilding it to the height, by removing of the .tone,

i I TV under GEORGE 1. CLAKKE, are'deJmqueots p. m, ost eiTeclu illy, taught by waiters.Do"l ABRAHAM DUPONT., Administrator. LOST from a Library in this cityv make the entire width of six foci BO as tn

in the payment, according to law .of,the Mr. u can produce the most nnexMptionable Dec. 12, 1839.1 Carroll' Historical Collection ef t I M r. Putnam' (ene". ..tr.t eighty feel (rom
; ,County, and Territorial Taxes, assessed for the ''yearx testimonials )moral, J character and literary abilities) South Carolina. Tha'pr posals lobe deposited
:) thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, on land from severa exalted I character in the city of Phila S IS FL QIUD.I'lIO USE, I volume Rousseau' Confessions.' July2,1839. with
I .aud tenement returned by Moses E.. Levy, as claimed I- delphia'and: imouethem from the Revs tiatnuel B. ST. AUGUSTINE.; EAST FLORIDA. The borrower will be pleased to deposit them .a t P. B. DUJrA .

"I yGeorlel. F> Clarke (or heirs) and other*, sit.uated Wlie, ProJj}r.QrofLanguages in the University of THI COMMODIOUS HOTEL has this office. IOth Nov. 1839. Clerk of the Council.
; in the County of Alacboa aforesaid,and where I Pennsylvania i, and Robert Adraio Esq. Professor ol rand M'been ntl'" ,comp'ele' repair ;new' furniture *'o,Sale and ChU.

'\\ u the said heir*_and claimants have no .food, an d 'Malhvin.alicl Natuml Philosophy in the mid Uni- bedding&c.&e..cnd'iropen for theirecep: Notice. A1.llht BAROUCHE and a ,. Car.
,!i: : \ chattels in aaid county upon ''which distress can bejaade ,veriliin; Cnarleaton be respectfully begs leave to tion of visitors, under the superintendence the un IS'hereby given to all per sons having demands a- Hone Apply at this office. I

1.i1 : refer to Rig fit Rev Dr.En"iaud.-! Air. Forrest dni ned,'Who'Dledu: himself so conduct the es I. the Estate of'theiate MARI /L,,RO |'iii- : CITIZENS ,OF ST.

i ...;tNetie* i*.'hereby given. That' I, Jx t", Tajc Collector, in and lor the County of 'Alachna in l RodJr; Evqj and in St, Augustine to Rev. C. Rem th Southern Country. aotheDtcatpd.'t the Executors or.aid Estate, within will his o .
J J the Territory of Florida, will'.1 PO'" to public *ale PoD, R 'v. T toinas Alolony) General P. 8. Smith 0:. -S S W. 'W. GATES. 'presribed' by law, or"they will be finally d.J. and Sandy.' .lbt, .every' Diabt.Sat r .
j at the Court House in said W n. 11. .N.' Stabling fur Horses and barred. All) those indebted to the said Estate number .wu. w bHICH IO if. [&
county six month aflerthe1iste a Sijnmpns-! ,Cbaa. Byrne and Antonio B.-o attentive are re Dambr f,youog gentlemen '.
i\ hereof to wit on t be 6ih d"yor July, In-ib lIt Alvarez.I U' O.\er.. One.n two horse Carialei, and Saddle 'quested to make- In'meit' payment, to' s ight. v limited

''I l year. oe,thousand eight hundred.and I forty, twenty Term mileratc, made krrjwn ,application .at .for j, S ,SOLANO' ,EI.. Term, ; $2 per month. payable" in '
:.\ :thouMttd acre of land returned by 'the said Miwes theJAcaderol'5 ,- -S BL AUIDtir u u.t 6, 1839. OeL2. 2h8ttce. :- m. ,No persons will b- received but advance/If those of req di.

a ,t .E4 Levy u being of the'iuIity following ,OOO( .The ftdlow nr 11 from the'pen of Mr. Welsh of the Q" The New York American.. Natfoll Intelligen* "' lS Ubility.. wholly desirous of improvements le.p'
acres.of first rate; IO,000acrnof Mcohd National GazjeUe. cer Washington |City. Journal. Boston, i .
: rate, and hereby given.'to all
::. fi.Ofjp acres of third<< rite qualitri I'the same being an "We hnve adthepleaanieotvilingMr.' BoyUo's- ,Courier, Charleston, Georgian, and Republican, Sa. NOTICE, against the Estate JOSEPH person having, .. Reading St. Boo. .

:; .* undivided part and parcel .r the large tr ct of land I I \caJemyPnne| stre'tand must in justice to ita amia: vannah, are rq'le.ted to publish 'the above a dee., to present the .amo within time BENQEL. TiE Subscriber: has are informed that

, known as "Arredondo: Grant,"'which said gnu bId and comp tent Principal saythat it ia worthy of nil] week for.two months, and rQ word- ,their account for., bayment. y law,or they.will. be forever th and all prescribed !tMltelt where Opened KMdinRoom'rltiinrS
,. ;; eontamli eighty nine thousand acre of land$ ,* more the encomiums it has generally received.: p indebted are required to make payment to Citi. 'will be papers from d principal
me. kept
:-:-\ o'r less } .bounded on all sides piincipally by pal ti. His j.lsn CJri inklruction hone; or such a perfection* : Dec L. CEO.j.. ZEHN'BAUER. Adm'r. Tern of Snbscnlptloe.5o' on file. .

, lie lands ; the centre of which: Gran noil* fur :the unwearied application'could alone have ntUtnedto.ani I. Bleglltt JeDelrlnntc.es, I : attar "10 hope*, that this effort cent per montn.
; date will at
& "
: public
; Alachua I SlxwEIKr3. apply to the lion
Big a strict duciplinarian alone could .
land through a part of which Graii*. practice.dtrictnes '
of the "inleetwithpatron. e.
;: .", beingissqiarethsOrangeL Creek wit out sect rity, and which THE 8ubariberb8ja.trtumed from Charles I County Court ef 8t"Johr acmlofOI
o system, of itself t. admittance
runs reriMUCH ) | County Lettere of for Masters
the fe Administration of
t>'. of the aaiJ undivided part or parcel of the'.aid invite* the] pupil's compliant' particularly ob- wih. ana.lOrrent. from the latest fashions of of' Lieut., R. S. JENNINGS the' Estate: I **", Yll. Stran,
:" Arredoada Grant, a* will sufficient ervable there and the happy and successful J.wetr- North and selected Lite ef Jj' County, St. BREDIER..
, to and rati ability d Augustine
pay ee. Nov. 12. May 30. .
y which 1839. .
: thiij'mirlcst he & "
Uie WiUiwbfchht1forUler unite the 'suavitcr' on lower GATES I' 52Eupeaior : '
: fy amount of Uxe due ,thereoN, (From the saielaiinanta in modo with, theJ terms than be purchf". d in oO.r -:- #
or owner, thereof, to.ftberitla all ci';' iu re', -thus giving the pupil a pleasure in ac. sortment will be found.* Fleic. his as Notice. .I our...E", ****.

.4 and charges arising thereJHI te be sold in Ivti of lifiy knowledgind Uie importance of industrious applica* Emerald! ,Aqtw 6IX'-w .b after dale; I to the Judf. of Wm. IN ,
i acres each or leas, as the law) direct 'ion, i i. truly a mirable. Mr. Boylan's abilities are of a I. Garnet,and other preeions County Court of, "ilJppl. Marvin ".. Phil Andrews. Psrkna
a tone worked for
high order ,\d I action' inte Broaches;Rings, Ear Drop, &e. of letters pb f. While, Nico'S.
t' JESSE CARTER, ( conjn : with hi. moral reputation, 'SUv r Table and Tea Administration on the, estate oC artiin Beaado SCi.n .
:: Tax: CMtctorfor AI.uA'4 Countyl ruder him peculiarly capable of fitting the human Knive, and other of Spoons ; Ldle Outr' HOUCK. deeeud CHARLIE. BYRNE IUL. .ili.
VJVewhansvlIle! Nov. 2u, 1&39.SIX ininJ to bo'at 0 alnlae and an ornament such A 'ercl., essential. ., No'v 20.1839 IT PItrnc?! from the WwJi of" '
large supply | silver
.. Vewish' him that and steel ,, te'eODDli&t
ty. success 1"hicb'o excellent a with colored and Speltele. ,JLIQUOKS, Ai\I .ntitld cause that
: tj plain > Perkins ,
glasses 'INEs Nichols
T .
deser A'ationaf
N07'.ICB. (irpceptor *es.- Gaittle. .. F.,White S
N. n.-1\Ir. Boylan leave S Clock, Watches, Cb.iD Seals, and Key.; with 4 I 'I HE subscriber bl1jll received and .ndant.s teriderwithont the above
beg to the ( | the .
week after date assure public '
1 will of
the varied wi Florida
apply to HOB assortment of way keep al Territory
: that it is his fixed ) choice United :
l, .\ < '; f for letters.of administration 'on the ."lato'or. LUKE resident of at Augustine, in the event of hi* N. B. Watch and Clock to carried mention' i OLD COGNAC 0 Niol end Wkite aBswsVtie !
sufficient BRANDY
""" : meeting with patronage, as he bilht.p'predate. repairio& on ., JAMAICA .nt&e Bills 61.d ; .
usual Ibis
, P4RKfRIatf51dCOnnt7deC. the of the .. with The Subtcri. RUM, GIN WHISKEY appltlat a cease
salubrity climate. ,AND !
: : Cohmt.14 Co.\Dso5.1B33JOIN. P/ISKER her intend can be of fiistpobGcatiW 1'
I purchasedin OLD
: r. ; January 2. | : 3O-Cw Flo) .I MADEIRA' thtIQrdsnandthetaspyofthm, wdwbtmAlXS
;;'; -' --- -. ids, and soliciu a continusnee of &be'.tronall which he of' VINE.
: : 'I ..,,,jil'cntaoH t" for Sale of Lands, .rOTMCE., h.rtofo received. F, ,J. QUINCY,, ; ''Noy widlP1 Cheap. pwwd.. Florda.Henl onc. week doroet.&!
'1' Tile undersigned are still selling LOTS on very Nov. 28,1839.ALL JAMES KEOGH day otApril .
TuTICElh.tebygi'co.: l that thirty days'after terms in the Village of St. Sebastian. Anl.tine : Estate of Simon ROB.T. RAYMOND r
." :-' I uao..1! wifl apply la Aw Judge !of the County There is no LIEJ* WH4T&UK'Upo" the persons indebted to the Estate of ARTHUR MXcckham' dec JuJgt. Sep. Cut REID
) .-, Court t r"81. John County fur, pArraission to sell iwniuch > offer for-salo, and purchaser are propertythey I AN. late of the County of Su.Johns, ALL person. SIMON.BErKUAM.lSirts da estate of A trne'copy, K. LIIIBBs, Clerk.JYottcc. Z.7.
of the rlpctruUllDil dec are requested make immediate .; : _. .
. JJ4sjEetateoi.OVIS, L. MORSE.iTsccastd :. to EXIMIKE critically UrTITLE payment.i rid County, are ; loin 3 '
' t.: auwjflVi sufficient to pay the debt of the I'r F. L.'DANCY. those having claims against said estate, are requste tivo demand de. berby notified to fife their rupec; IX ., i

;:" ,..!.t.( ';. \ 'aid* estate.. ,JI,, F..'JO iNONd r. 1" ; JOHrLGRAHABI, to present them duly authenticated within, the time prescribed bI,du.y and *, "ibia' \timl Irtb; .ireeks Otter date I will applyto ,the Jod oi
.. ., Jtna,181Q! V, i 3dBX\ pre.eribd by law, or they will be forever I these who sr 11 CountyCoutoF8oinCOu tU ,
j April his S debted any
\ blr.d. of ra
I. by are ,
to make administration
.- .. Attorney 'l83.. EDMUND reolrt payment: : ,
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