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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 27, 1840
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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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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.";1. Jtomffc Democratic' 1 all classes of society Great Britain. ''All the, try will when, he daily sees instances esta'btbhed ',4' '
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; THOUGHTS' guage hyperbole; it is sober truth '1' J'1
; &_ Ut&.u>. ON"IlE'4" IMES.t I world respects the ancient Romans, though they around. hinv of men! no wiser .and no better .incontrovertible, facts and Y
.il' .AlI>> -' In some way" a principle l of art ficiaTinequality I were the most determined robbers that the world than himself, rapidly accumulating immense impeachable evidenced The history resting of upon theJ un j ,
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.\ ntIttD.1 mmlttmA( Q has crept in .among usj; ','Whici' acts as efficiently I has ever seen. Everybody has more respect for wealth without any kind of exertion useful to society and the present is a living memorial of its truth past/ ... M f ':
,' ',', a i in producing' artificial dis Unctions in.so. the open robber than for ,the sly ',thief except, ,t j Bank charters .,
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it other charters differ however .
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.: rtrmtrsu i EOE3T TlU&SDAT,_ cicty,'as' woald') w of primoge iture and entail Indeed! the subjects of the Emperor of Monomer In Europe; the order of rank and precedence in their result their t, '
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.' : mY J.4U'mJj5. 'rZI.. '(0@V. .' It.is idle to sa .>YO have 'no lobUity. We tapa in Africa. As one of his titles is'that' "of is settled by long established .usage, or by laws my of the socIal: system; is action somewhat on the different. .1 I 'I

.n' nYE'JOLL.I.U in.t.innnt' TA.JJLBLS HAUT have it fa true, no feudal or cccle iastical nobil Great Thief" it is to presumed 'that successful which, like those of the Medcs and Persians; alter In Banks/)the sphere ofaction isrouch ''

", /; ." 'mltr D I AXvLNcLa.rhaitiilaii" ity.; These properly; befong'to p ist ages. It is fraud his dominions w regarded l with. .as much :not. But as all, our nobility'are Jmtofyesas more extensive than ''in ; bichare .ti .
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r gaeateaa. lnapeiedeerli+nmewlaproportioa ,04 lag in the:United States.- Yet, wave the most denying! that they:.tare, a, privileged order; est; The most successful speculators set Ihe *u nks, by the exercise even in the most; moderate I.
; : :; numerous obi\1typr.ny; country in the world our;;; qierican; nobilitydnly. act true to theprinciple standard of genteel livin But in -
It. none?wiU be coa-'d.fed $I...than a"I.are., A daeona t ,as a country degree of.this 1 egaliied'power"soon; '
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to these *ho aJnni"b1 the year.JU. ':; rind perhaps the least respectable, ,:: The essence :. o which they owe theirexistencej; ] Time where-all enjoy equal,political rights,inequality over the property and labor of the"' ;
.;........ 1",. 0. of nobility consists .In ,the.enjo meat of privi was?that: "knowing was power. That time has in any thing else' will not be willingly endured most potent command country, a
> lege. Title; Without this,,is noth ng. "Emper gone by: Time is, that "mane y is power.t' ,Takeaway the men who are ins class No.' 2, in respect to the wealthy and the i -the high and .the :low ;'. ,

i n @m w. .. or' meant originally nothing V morelhan'a com their.estates from the English lords I ,and riches.-vie, in splendor with those who are in the coffers,by paying indigent, are' made.to swell .. t

mander "Count," a companion of the comman- wb would their titles be. worth, and ,what class. No. 1, and so down through all the classes, less ii,1ai irectfy but" riexerthc., ,"tii., f
really a
. .. THE t1FFIa1iU: ,IRISHMAN.xr .' : den ,, "Marquis: ," commander o: 'the marches. : would become of' their power! Through the till we reach, the.very lowest In fortune. This tribute-all classes raosTexhorbitant' :"and tyrannical -: "., I
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,SU :. lit itlrnr.No + r 4'Duke a'leader''Earlsix, privileges accorded to them contest in : and races are compelled to ; .
eldejrly and ,
man American
' ; m8.nlofout extravagance, whie springs out t)f '
dotard wtilin,. from UM c'ru.bed nod |ouiUtf "Barsa"derived;; from the Late i word sir nobles accumulate fortunes few bank ; contribute, and all in turn come under the'scorpion -: ,
a in a years, pur nobility system, prefaces deplorable lash of their "'
ever in the Irish bastard but
Seal miacled like bittle groan, man,'signified no more,"when first used, than as which,though not equal to those of the first class effects in a newly",settled 'coutit+especially; to ; desperate and cru ;
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ap gkigto,more elauthority.ltissaidthatwvebaveVngprivi i
a householder or a landholder. British nobles, surpass those of the, nobles of be an object of primary importance.: 'Eztravaf 's 'f
Than uoaa .'er IBid by lulf.rjr before J leged order in the U S." .
lie wears the .iDUI.t: toasts bijh"I :Through long: association: of i eas,of poor some kingdoms of continental Europe. In our gance}n Europe\ u principally confined to those, be greater in a 'where"What'privilege c n. 1

be iron thong. full iu cirktiou' eye. and( proper; -with those titles' ; th jy, now carry country, wealth has more power':thar in any who have something to be extravagant with. thing, tbaaSthe country -faucTery
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with them ideas of nobility. Tha ,certain titles other. The banking interest exercises''an influ privilege1 of .completelycon
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:To who btve.een l refll a"o'er the sea, in frequent Use in the United State i do not carry ence with us similar.to that :which the landed interest I THE PARSON AND TUE'' PAREimmnrs P DACGHTiBv trolling that credit! .-WhatpreroratWeoC: s

8., if he q..iIed beneull his ese.tin1- with them Mrnilar ideas, is owing prevailing p exercises in Great Britain.. Men who areoppoSed I -TheNew Orleans Sun tellsthe following- European nobility is equal to that of coining
:did not fcipato,iaU frve4tui>flam .notion, lhat there cannot be to i it, indeed be money out of rags1" ton these respects; Ba.nJe' .
t.t.tbe 'tyun. may elected to Congress story, and locates. the scene; in Lynn:' charters and
At the low whisp.S.o( hu co'.ntry'name fOi : ( God knows-ther'are'nuraeroiM; "
less it ,has thO anus outward IDS or to State : .
but
HM bi'aot a w bro,on every boly hilt, and like legislature, seldom without "Travelling into town one night about dusk, and powerful enough,) are infinitely be '
Hit'T w,:4. Liberty teiB.l ull:... brivileges with'tbe nobility: of Europe, especial a severe struggle: and, ,after they'are elected Parson had occasion to call at the mansion dreaded than other charters. IDOTB to .
ly that oCXngl ncl. But it ough to'be reach they are exposed to dangers of The Prince pf :: /' .
Aods'ytngleR!| tyrants all bar hate, \ corruption as of an esteemed parishioner, who haa,among the Ottoman. Empire,.with his diadenv '
Piled in death,before lected that the nobility of no two c xintries have great &any,the mem.bfrsoC the other jewelled / ;
,ap opprtwiou'a ,.teo. : BritishParlia; worldly possessions, two or three and but gorgeous robe, with hts 'ah.l hiS" "
;; precisely the ,same privileges aid that greatvarietiei ment were exposed to in the days",,of Sir Robt. very fine daughters.. 'He had scarce knocked at executions, never .wielded ; more'pimPs ,
1. \ 'Fiat ihs c..". ;.r14nrt&m.& of names..arc used to designate the different Walpolc.l The unsuccessful struggle the oircrri- the door when it was hastily opened by.one of absolute' than a despotic arul '
sceptre,' chartered '
,I orders. The most highly class ment has now maintained for ; our Banks ,
J" THE' tCJHXQTOK; privileged more than two these bloon.ing maidens, who, as; quick as wiehL The African Queenwho r
OMtarklitul. dreadful cry. 'f of the ancient Spanish nobility had no highertitle years to ,deprive the nobility of the use of the thought, threw her arms around, his neck and mon's court with her rich came to Solo-. 1 r

C.UMlI.k. diamat l knell ; \ than that of" "ricos hombres,"' "or rich men, public money, is a striking proof of their great before he had time to say-"Ob,'donU" pressed I J less train oriental presents,and b r.cnd

..And the flame apinm tIw'sky, t:! and uhidal means no more, originally p wer. In.the,courts of justice, they have, per. her warm delicate lips,.to his and gave him as and.outrageously subjects, neVer'soVant nly
tfeeuu busting trout a belt t meant nothing than of rich **decided trampled hinder 'foot the-in-
more son ] man. haps a more ascendancy than: in the sweet a kiss as ever heart of man desired. In terestsand,
feelings of her
r"tn-again-=vh God !' No privileged ,order in the: United States!- legislative balls; for most of the principal judg utter astonishment the worthy divine was'endeavoring' have done from the first people,as.our Bank ," ,

m.K ,.1!,That eltfiek upon'the fir .. What privilege can' be greater {n a country es are_members of' this privileged:orde And to'stammer out something when the the last war between the assumption"Harlot of of Abomina power: to j

;f Come s>'et the treesing btumJ/ j where credit fa.every thing than the privilege of the governors of many of the States and he rnu- damsel exclaimed tions, and'the General Government Vt t7'Bru; '

:' ,, ,-, The,liowlinf of d' l'aaJ\, .. completely controlling the cred t-=taking it nicipal! authorities of many of the principal "Ob, mercy mercy Mr. --, is this you -. { :" ", ,
: from one man-giving, ittoanotheincrensing towns are mere instruments for the promotion thought p.s'much as it could be. it was ,
1' t (Again, ]bet; .IU..arn" (herer-dimihishing: it there of their purposes. Church and college'seem to brother Henry.*' my @@ @A\cmIlJX'l. .
ti "' Uurt from' the Im..thert'r". .,., ; No nobility in the United States !! What be as much almost under their sway is court "Pshaw thought the personto"himsclf"youdidn't -,

'i-'U":' .'Daru A meteor iLe. auekmiu du tIF. g iiar-: loo clue.of European nobility is equal fre. and capitol. In fine, their influence extends I think any such thing." But 'taking her Forthe, Herald V :
.caste. '
that coining money out of paper !' every where, and operates with most force where baud, he said in a, forgiving tone, "There's no MONE\N J.. t J

And nearer, ueartr flie*- The nature of the case alters not the fact that least suspected. All ranks of life feel it. The harm doneDon't give y irurself any uneasiness; Of all the common,'.familiar I and necessary 1

Ob, cbaU she gara the shore 1 these privileges are shared among some thousands paper money banking system is as powerful in though you ought to be a little more careful." objects which surround
tA .uriek hath reut Ike skies, .of men. Our American are, after giving a tone to mind morals and manners in After this gentle reproof he was .ushered o man,there,.b none, upon }

q "Tbe ftea/ner nuve no mure. all, not much! more nO'llity.' the United States, as ever the feudal system( was the parlor by the maiden who, as she came to which the majority bestow jess reflection than, I;

C;>h. duroal tbeu"tbe'fifclit, \ to population.than the nobility lIome of the in stamping! the character t of a.peopl' during the light could not conceal the deep blush that currency Money,, properly,,or specie is ,coin ; \ n
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Of....... and staid, atd dllh". .smaller. States of Germany. I. the middle ages., glowed upon her cheek,while the bouquet that adopted, with a standard value impressed thcn-: I -of '
,\ -'uAmid Uw airing light, J' : Neither is the'nature' of the case ltei' d.'by the rhereare men,however, who,though''they do was pinned upon her susom shook like a flower oo, by some government. It is a :

T1Ie 'I.cUt"; ultnro, Aim's. .. fact that every man TV ho has money enough f may not belong to'the privileged order say they like garden in earthquake. And when he rose to commodity'w; V5
4:3Nt.' '' ... .t'"i.o'! ......-? ,. r', :..f..fr".T1a.I'r.en.or .purchase etebereJa these privilege t. Just as it because it affords every man at least a.chance depart;;it somehow felt to'her, lot"ttfwaifu'ponhim : w.hich.kG .all othor products-Is used as a mediumofexchangethepreferenceisgiventogO .'1:r. ;;-:- :

..rrortl.tr..I" .;,\ \ wa in France previous to the ter ible revolution of becoming a nobleman. In this respect bur to the door; and it may be added that i :d ': ;(" 1. .

;n,. U(6.ae.aadcoldlodlll.usbter_ : in that country, and in Eagle d in the corrupt condition more. resembles that of Turkey than the end they held discourse together for so nand silver, 'on account of intrinsic value.---
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\ : '";lltal'Tuit winbin bell ; orde the'|'water.tr ; reign of Charles the First. Pa tents (char. Great Britain. In Turkey, as in the Ui; States, minutes-on what subject it is not for us to say. Thefaciiity. i with which, it may be transported':- .
upon* sere) of nobility were ,then openly sold to those men arc suddenly elevated from the lowest to As the warm hearted pastor plodded homo-, and the 'J '
The mother r ela s p. her child) r who wished to buy them,and had m >ney enough the highest social station, and as suddenly deprived wards, he argued with himself in this wise: easy' subdivision" whIch' it affords for ttm

In ituiiroi' .caui rest, .' I' to make the purchase juntas charter s of banking of power arid property. In one country; ".1iss knew it to be me who knocked at purposes of csc. nge. It may be bought, sold, '

.- *-'tfavelt," .lie crrainelb wild-. rporations, (that is, ,of nobility.,) are sold by this is effected by the caprice of the Sultan in the door or how did she recognise me before I or bartered in tithcr coin gold; bras, or silver

tTia bead npou tbs breast. our State Legislatures. the other by the operation of certain laws, the spoke! And is it probable that her brother bullion. For the stability of trade,and for commercial -

'. : llie Vuur to her broiha r. 'I'' __Titles._ _are. nothing._. ,_Stars_ ,..'_carte. .s, and. coro- true'character of which is concealed from the would knock before entering She must be and V '.J.
aM f v w e a\ O& > > in But
Cling fur uppurl m ?.m: mere e "pririlVU"is w* admire'such- : i desperately_ -. ._pshaw. .. supposing._ _.. importance that the.valuc originaKy attached t
And ..... to nave In. mother, on these as baubles every an/ ever changing nobilitY; ouh too, 9U.1 u.!&\11/441NY Lrl ; I Ul** 1 UAWlMWt I 4* 1171.,, **J f iU.J0a4rfVW4! bv ;
Leap uudly; in the iiMin/1 f thing. And in'couDtr and in an age like often verifies the old adage, which speaks of the a brother at that rate/:how must she love her Government to'coin, should 'never. be'changed, 4 '

** '- '. ours, what,privilege can be gn.: ttcr i ban those 0 e f effect of'*setting,beggars'on horseback." Our husband; ,for,'by "S(he great: squash,'I never felt at all events, never enhanced.. It is true interest i
The bll.h.oJ+ from; hw wife i I coining 'money out of paper, and 01' not paying American noblemen, or at least many of them, such a kiss in my' life.'' of all' I
Tbe circling i flame do.err. ,. debts, except. in such way and to such extent, have, with.tbe.wealth British lords, the minds, We have only to add that it was not long after governments to place every possible} \
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Aud b ...le*. w Ibeir strife,' as may be perfectly convenient to tlc privilegedorder feelings and manners of hucksters,and will, big- this that'Mr.- had occasion to summon'a check to fictitious currency, became any deterioration "

Tbal Ui y m Jr die together.: Such privileges our American nobles gle for a shilling when worth millions.. If we brother in the ministry to the performance o f of coin produces a corresponding reduction !; -J

One bowl;and then another, ( enjoy were,in ancient times, accout ted branch must have anyother' nobility than that which on 'ofthe most solemn as'well as pleasant duties upon all debts, dues, rents, and demand : .

Comes< 'er.*be tullen wave, J es of the royal prerogative., God and nature makes-that is, nobility of talent attached to the sacred office, end that the with an increase of price all the neccssark-i I
And rare lt. .uler. brother, We have not only the most numerous nobility and virtue, give us the military, the feudal, lovely Miss -above spoken of thereupon became upon I
fare found a common hU. of any'country in the world but perhaps the the ecclesiastical the landed, the titled the hereditary the lovely Mrs. -'---." of life. It.will readily be'perceived, ,that if th: 1 _
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A hundred most powerful. The privileges of tt e nobility of nobility of Europe,' jpreferance to Congress ot the United States'should: enact a f _

Bebeld tbs smiling eninf ere.day., other l lands are limited by laws, a nd the Kingon the huckster-like nobility ot the United States. Irccoaroautoxs.-Monopoly is the characteristic law whereby thei value of.th;half eagle! 'should : j .

6 ink (o the western akin:- the one, hand and the people c n the other "If I must have a master (said John;Randolph,) feature of all chartered bodies, it matters be declared ten instead of": fm 'dollars, :-thafit, 'f ,
see that these laws are not transce dad Laws let him be[one whom. I can f 1
An boar-and where are obey f respect, and not a not whether they' be known under the name of would purchacu of
made to restrain bur American nobl s, have hitherto mere clerk with a pen behind his ear." Banks, Insurance, Railroad or Steamboat Com no more any other productthan ;
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The dsuiM flame once mote been found to be but little belt r than cob A military aristocracy would help'to'defend panies. The application. for a charter or now- The coin of every government might

; Its victim suns open webs.. If a case comes before acou t I. involving the soil in time of danger;' An ecclesiasticalwould I the privilege of very enjoying certain exclusive rights have some regards to the relative value ot'goM!
lit sink, and all h -
Wail fur the L zinton.oer. any of the fundamental principles b: this system teach Ibe'people some !;moral if not reli which are denied to individuals, presupposes>> a and,silver throughout the 'civilized world.: The V 4

the boasted "independence, of the Jt diciary"coon is ipuswths.Anherediutr ariatocracy.rvoul d deficiency of power in private citizens, and i is declaration as to i the
by Congress increased value Jo

found to be be likely to be
more independence of commonsense inspired with some sentiments of 1ri71UJfaci as well as conclusiveevidenco thntthis
TO A COCNTET: CHUECH-TABD. and common justice. And vden infrac honor if not of generosity,and, if it did nothing unconstitutional power is coveted by the of the half engte would not alter its intrinsic ',

'"When l.ldar.I..ine o'er landscape steals, lions of the. law by any great nu Tiber'of the more, would'contribute something to Ihe refinement plicants, who desire to possess>> it, under the protective ap worth: it would not affect the real value at '

..And animated nature breathes unheard, banks, are so glaring that even "jud cial blind. of manners, and the advancement of the seal or sanction of a legislative net... home or abroad, and when any merchandize was .
Wben silent twilight her grey rube reveals, ness" cnn"oo ;blind no longer the S Ate legislatures arts and sciences. But a paper aristocracy How individuals could
.And the air'listens:.that plaintive bird are 'forthwith convened to shelter the -has not a redeeming trait. money.Sordid in its their natural and constitutional ever consent rights to, and resign thus to purchased with 'half eagles; a double price ,

'Which sings "ICeD-i. many foliage bid ; transgressors from the penalties th y have in origin, it is sordid in every thing. openlyacknowledge superior vested in i would be demanded by the vendor: 'By frequent .
.J love wander dome power
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curr ed. One objection to it and changes of the value of coin thewholecoiimer .
that
That almost like a ruin aluuii amid not the smallest, bodies of men wo<< cannot for the life of us di
OI4 groaning el...., Fbete tonne claim a bOlDer ; We have, indeed a privileged ordi;r, a numerous is the manner in which means are raised for its i vine: The only rational way for accounting for cial agricultural and monetary.affairs of a country i

ADd there f listen to the Borrowing rill privileged order, a most powerful privileged support. The European plan on which certain. so strange a transaction is, that their individual!\ would be iricvitably thrown into confusion ,
Aad lortling crass, where sin the fitful brecie ;;, order,and the,only kind or privileged order estates are set apart for; th e exclusive benefit o rights r could not have been properly'appreciated all ; ; 4
kea/.the nigbVwind, on the woodland bill, which can, in tbe nature of things c xtst '10 the the nobles, or pensions paid them out of the pub ; and that the latitude of this power could not uncxpircd contracts all promises to pay it A s t i

.Iloki.gwdd toorie 'morik the lonesome trees; United States. Where the supply of land greatly lic treasury, is much to be preferred. The people have been foreseen. future day, tic. would be perpetually.liable tu

,but more tban all,1 watch the daisies I exceeds the demand for cultivati' >n, it is impossible have have the satisfaction of knowing that It would be a work of supererogation in us to fraud; oral least, laid open to fear depreciation-t A
O'er one who, wa..who 1 know. to have landed less the tillers what is left their S.
nomore may a nobility ur earnings after deducting the attempt to force a disquisition on the nature of upon one side and. a terrible shock would be ,'
I of the soil can be reduced to tteconditionof nobility tax, will to the ,
-e--- ---,----- go support themselves abstract rights, and their intimate and insepara .,
branch j
given to VV 4
'TVA it serfs, and chained to certain cs ates, as i iRussla. in and families.. Our plan leaves our nobles at li. ble connection with social rights; it sufficeth to ,every industry. V 'I

ed"8"-The f- American DeW1i18per1 This is impossible with us, md;,,there, : berty to take all if they can. The swindler who say that under the broad tinmmcnt, of republican ; The ,use of specie ns mcdul1pfe.x! *, ,

>I deal.arcdhdngu, odd oddities& ,stranae.conCeils querities, and, matters curious fore, it is impossible to have landed nobility. I uses marked cards in a common gambling house, liberty, there/can/ be no difficulty in defin has been adopted by man, cs before remarked! #
queer It is equally impossible, have a t lihtary nobility does not enjoy greater advantages in the ing them. We know the of its ,
And things out of t Ibe common order. The ed;. gamesplayed au nature of.our rightsas on account inherent 'value, and peculiar
in a country where every mar knows the there than do the .lea ding men in the free citizens, and the H
,IOrts ft curiousthat fellow who said that in except through agency aptitude and adaptation: his.wants. No
Virginia use of arms, ands ful.iaware! of be evils of banking interest in the great game in which of stratagem or stealth they cannot bo lilchcd operative
Ihereisa couatry! where the soil is GO sterile i it bank notes the cards of any class and no pi ,nterorajpr ultur- '
military government Equally impdssibleis are and aU the property i in from us. Physical violence can cover while the : .
.
:when the wind is at the north-west they to have an ecclesiastical nobility in 'a tbe country the stakes. ist consumes all his owns} docs
have'to tie .the country flame of the revolution burns in our breasts; ef product t ? neither ;'
log blown children_ to'keep, them from be- where the people are divided into di ferent denominations The misery our system inflicts on the common fect the overthrow of their sacred rights-they be wish to exchange" his ;Jown' produce"here,f for
awa ; several. of which are nearly equal ality is indescribable and yet it imparts but arc secure in the of their in i ; I t t
It wu-"n' geniuswho; said that In New a divinity ors gin, and i bread, and there for beef hcnco all need for money .
in numbers and influence. A paper money nobility comparatively small degree*of happiness in the the sanctity of their character. It is only through tt t
York there Ua'man who has some whiskey sojood. i is the only one that could be established nobility. .Their fortunes arc as unsteady as the ignorance that these rights can be frittered becuusethc known i faluc, and general confidence ( t +

[ that drinking, gloss.of it you speak here, and that we have in all its exc ;hence, or stock market. This they know and feel and and destroyed. As to the nature and properties away- in this commodity, rcn ers'it certain that .. e t
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I It was, an odd sari, that in some of tiecountryltheir all its.execrableness, just,which! ,term, the reader even in the midst of their most splendid revel of incorporation', rue are disposed to think with it he can procure all ho requires by a single 1
R parts ries cloud
prefers. ,a creeps over their brow from a lurking i that in them there is no essential difference; the exchange. t
vts are so poor khat when they'till The members of this noble order w ill perhasay is sense"of the danger that attends them. The : compositions of all arc alike, and all have I 1 1
ate or tb$:they ha"O0 hold Jhe animal ,that if be such is 'done same feeling a Any other article might rcccivo the name of
they great injust ce pervades all ranks society, and strong affinity for one another. Wo belie.c that ,0;
tip to knock d Wp. to them in not trusting them with UK deferencedue no wonder for all must feel insecure where all} all chartered bodies assimilate to political corruption money be used as a medium! of exchange and

,It was,an odd" saying.that in Maiqe there is a to nobility in all countries.. Pe haps sow kinds of business are little better than lottery and despotism. The defect lies imbed perform aU its functions'o s well! as' gold; and sil
place fa rocky, t aiwben, .the P,1ant.cO tbey'bave But this be owing to their hai ing multip1i The American countenance ded in the
to shoot ton into the crevices of the' may therebylxcomesstimpt.r : : very heart of.the principle of corporations ver. Indeed, we Kara from history that at various t
grain : dheir'numben; too rapidly.MI< is unwise, :with anxiety and solicitude in in the
; a man t'ofJife'and'italiry., and without
:
times'iron fish salt leather
rocks with! oppcr. .
muskets. (says Lord Bacon,!to make a nobility too flume ner which docs not fail to strike foreigners on ,'we annihilate this: principle the action of oxen ,
It was an odd :saying that ,in another place rous,for thereby they become to be disposed..' their.first arrival among us. the whole system must ever continue imperfect I cocoa &&, have bc..n employed ai ama y- ';; ; i

Down East, the stooes; are to thick that the I f. Such, probably, would be, the fate >f any nobility -, There is.much wealth .America, and yet and sickly. When men arc banded together yet they each. enjoyed but nil ephemeral: existence V i .

; Sucks caa't get their bills between them.to pick ,whose' sole prerogative should. consist aright but little happiness in any'rank. of society, bei for their own aggrandisement we'say adopt it because they.were'all either too liable ) ,'

lip the graces. ojperL: 'to cheat with impunity. A no >ility' that; cause there is little content. The nobles are not asa,'.) invariable. rule'that there moral fluctutltioatoo j for i '
1 to I extensive circulartipn
It was an odd that there is still anoth its content because honesty :>> onerous .. i : .;
saying .founds privileges on force; is much more likely they know not how soon they can find no resting; placcthe'goal of their
erplace Down'Eat where, the grass grows;so 'I to.be-respected than one that found s its privileges will be reduced to poverty and we the common grasping and avaricious desires must be.attained I or possessed ofluUldNWlte inherent,values, .

abort that the( tbeeip" .can't'& get at the sprigs ex. on fraud The Norman robbe, that came people are .not content, because we all want to i if necessary at the expense of the whole J Parliament or Congress may declare lead a'le': !

.cept, 'CU'nosei->are first. grbynd. 4owp on a grind; over with William the' Conqueror ,jaie still respected become -ricos hombrts," or nobles. Whofa'likely community by the overthrow of every moral I gal tender and coin and issue the money nevertheless V I ;' I

atone in the persons of their descci dents, by- to rest satisfied with what plodding indu- and religious principle. This i is not the lanI I : they cannot ""J me or any other cHiI I // \


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, ,; son to\ give my commodities which have' bhcrent .>-: mST. AUfiUSTINE F i Nbel Golden Age.,ft.' v ,a !II Hard"-1.]' Bef..JI IIi ready. debat, .tfk1iown.and ttriderttood The vote r xd.,

value for such money. Hence"we sea iKe : : It is said-.thaw picayune shinplasters arc so In the statement raadf by Georgejleld, Lot tai 19 to e. I ; ;

j ,I ; necessity of adopting,in civilized society,aTraaV plFcibrtwrpt97,'f1t3i4. h"; abundant Tallahassee that little niggers, not' Clark & Co?; to the I islatureitappears that -Had the question.of Division been taken sep. :' .';.'

I jI ney' ,a substance which has intrinsic value, durability "Pt Itt pits and the People." content at winning them Jrom each other at the Life and Trust Bank has in the office hereabout arately from that of State, it is said that only 5 .;

1 I j not liable to great fluctuation and capable Democratic Platform, pitch-and-toss presume to make."odious distinctions 850,000 of its own _bills ; though we have members would have voted for it ,;

: of extensive circulation. Such qualities Opposition to a National Bonk,as fraught with ," and disc ss the relative: value I f,7 railroads I. no great faith in Bank statements, we arc always The Bank committee is still going on with its '.,

I gold and silver possess: Tho scarceness of the the danger to our i rca institutions and the liberties of ,"' ".corporations," and other: cnluablo'and d willing to believe they have on hand plan investigation, at the Union Bank. Many stories .;'

i precious metals,and the difficulty of procuring people,fro n its necessarily great and controlling beautiful i about the streets, but nothinI be
Glhdi the currcn its. ty of shinplasters. ready signed.! go L known, '
powcivover gcncral I.currency ,
}!!! '
i as them.reuderithigbtrprobabla-that sudden business of"th I, couiitryOppositioni to the'pre- "We'call"the seriiitislconsidcrahti i 'of"Nick' Hifd -not the "less than a "dozen" N run the probably,untiftbe documents are, laid before the .

.' I or extreme depreciation will ever occur in them. scnt Banking system, as detective in principleand Biddlc ,,",the pat on-father: of, the, modern shin Bank during the summer, instead of having Legislature; at least, such is the ordinary coarse

ti T But should new and productive mines be Discovered unsafe in practice, and requiring a rndi a1reform.A plaster deluge, o this abomination ; for he and gold" (and silver in their ''pockets, where it can'twenr in these matters.'
to al of the fiscal .
separation
and these concerns
metals
jebttndant; lead, be thereby rendered,as of tho Govern)ent from all banking,institutions his imps seldom' vilified Gen. Jackson without t out,or in their chests, where the mice won't utiusasttr Feb.1T: ,.ltj0. "
tat
as rot iron'mankind would be } -
as the best gu irantcc for the preservation of our complaining' those "odious distinctions' ofcurrency eat it,our people would have had the aforesaid If any body wishes to see sbinplasters and

compelled*- "toseeltsomo nqw kind. i- -o Cmo13.rt-! .National,jBdepc cncc..:-Encouragcment and ,whi: Ji..attcmptcd to set 'differcnce 850,000 in shinplasters scattered,among them, I-
.Gold and lver up a' paper credit iii th irgt r ;l fh m carte to 1fi1t ''
-l the all
to
howeverfollo'wing same support banks, based sound
upon principles .betwccn tt ic'constitutional gold and the gold and silver: would have, gone to New die Florida. In the first there is
C lausfsupply end deroanaYwhich govern other with the ability and disposition,at all times, currency, place the off
r IL4We objscta of commerce,are liable to'rise and i'z4t-; to redeem th ir bills in Gold and Silver, and an silver, andits'KJquiyalcnt"t paper. York to shave' notes in :WaU-street, ,or have been spring of/Jhev great.: manufacturers, theUnion

Tho value of varies in/ different countries express provision in all bank charters requiring When Nic was in fullblush'this."Currency"was shipped to England, to pay for "figured silks," 'I' Bank,*'* e q ual'toYoTdanVilvef;,(iut uiifoctn.mtely -
money ; ample, security to bo given to the State for the admirablyl"regulated.) Should Harrison' and''other,M dry goods.
the difference between, tbd United' States and, redemption oj their issues in specie on demand,and p.xcharigcable neither: the one notthe

fit China, is said 'to1,be comparatively two/; to oa e. the perpetual dubjectionofall ''acts of incorporation "Webster him, Adams! &o:., come into power'we: must We; were much, amused at seeing in an exchange other eitheKh'ere(j'anyLc icier i, Lei "un'

The:exportation of specie l ', ram'a 'country';'does 10, the control, ytht Legtabutare.Toavoidt give a new I.shop,., paper an advertisement of MODS.'Adrien, fortunate-wcrry.. 'Then there arc, rail-fvad

not JtP9!! it, provided Jhere be, an iiulustri- necessity, explaining principles JTFliIg'Papers.: the. hand, man, in which' he announces shinplasters' corporation, shinplastcrs, Pm i.of.

':ri0UJMB.. $ thrifty,populatioo-no;,mental sends) amly to the,I cderalists'' ; who change theirs oilencr .Is it Il.t shameful,to'ay thV.Wh'ig'' papers aaiiseleeawast that he will cause" Madamelidneti to appear and fice shinpiasten*,, and the ,solemn promises "of "'

money abroad,'withot&reoeivin '.an-equivalentin : than',a K arch windtmanyfthrtS: : !orrnateriall-vlvby< for'feeding disappeat lathe Godde at Liberty;in$n wonderful fc various*<*-V. individuals. *written** < ..* r*.- *upon' diminutive- j- t JH y f ,

sdmo' othercottumddit ey.Wheoevermoneyulve Loco.Foco p tpers keep the above creed standing hopes i when al prospect has .vanished, no equal l manner ; because we once said ,that this bhs of. rtoPal'"on demand to bearer,'*ia :'

: i ,abundant* .l in_ a coun ,at the head" oj f, their, columns.c It is a good one, invention was jveryetf evised. They stuffy the I juggler would make an excellent Whig. : //Current' shinplasters, divers, suns' of from 6.{cts'

.* I try it has less value, and more must be given in and may be rofitably committed to memory- b Federalists for a four: years, stretch with the!belief 1 Monsieur Adrien would be a bungling,fellow i to.81. '

'.. exchange; merchandise. ,'The'abundance of every,frcem an., that some I clustering monarchist is to be the compared to many of these Whig luggleVh .-.r Of course M money is plenty," and with this

I I ,, I tI paper mopey in'iho;.United; ,i. mates( .. .has. .been the ', next Presiden, and when he misses stays,.the) \ >% this trick about the Goddess of Liberty i sred."money" all the good things of life are prucu.
The Armcd-Occnpation "
\ cause ,the',high prices. ,of the necessaries orJifo Bill explain away :he cause, hoist a new demi-god I as old as Federalism. These chaps always hold We'can laugh at the weary, fruitless .la.
1--.1 'Our Teade 'sore aware that an important mea:: and glory in:tl possession of 'Chief the Goddess of beth of the'alchymist for what would have beea
: ,for a few,years" post: When the a Magistrate up Liberty to the people just be ,,.
It; market is such (Hint commodities command money a sure ,vas int oduccd... by Mr."Benton into the. Scn- of their::ownfhat u to be.; Well, well,consistency fore ,an election,, and then,cause,her to' disa p.'. value of his art, though;>> he hod discovered- t

atqof thcUj Vitod States,'with the approval of is a jewel the Whigs the secret of makioggold, and,increase,our, .
higher price,than they can. bo,.procured\from + are only'carrying put pear mighty.suddenly un til election comes round ex
llic Adminll ration,. intended for the pacifica- the"Credit I ultation at the invention of FAUST, and
,, abroad l this System, and we are willing to leave again. r. thcmyi;;
importation takes, place produces
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a
tIon C-F1o: di1., The bill, was.Iately'piiblishein d them to the ra'piurous'enjoymcnt' To-day: revise which led to the discovery ,of mesh
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" ec&rcityrof jmoney, and, the laNuious and Indus: i I ofihe'wealthnd they are shoutirg aloud for "Harruon ,; paper_
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thin
trious population suffer. The,United States havenSpqrted Herald, and;_ the public i generally: ',are the Presidents for: which they.draw on futurity and Liberty," but if they could get the old man in, o." .

.r { grain within''a'year, or':two, aware. or.t provisions. while wejquielly/ live in the enjoyment of into office, with Daniel Webster for REGENT, Alas for poor Cadmus dead as Julius Caesar!

.which ',produced,such,'a' result, lies the"cac'U ',The prim ipal' failure of this measure is to induce present comforts and an administration of our as of ceurse heof necessity would be, we should (whose name ,has becomethe, representative,of '

'J 10,000 {settlers.' to come into Florida, who choice; hear. of nothing but "Harrison arid the par value of dead folks).and so long' buried
Short in.this when-it shall shinplasters,
crops country.nn4; ,!.ilborow ,
have aC oia'tishcd.what it must it will exhibit sit by.donations ,of 320 acres of To judge from these vehicles of comfort 'liar for four YCD.fIat'least,'and, thebroal'of<< the c .tatter thatjhe must Save'tilts ,forgotten this changing
J ; J land each,and to be furnished with all the usual
; risen cause is gaining: fast wouldbe so that world-how little does nq know, of gj'try that
rli 7 the..i energies of young Republic paralyse*! froni ground so that all I prolific the frogs and lice o f ;
R supplies of a regular> soldier for one yeW-, and the Van bedazzles the of letters. after
Maine to,Missouri,commerce, prosperity, manu&cturcs Burenites will runaway to Texas; rather Egypt, were they to come ever our land, would age Long his day
the necessary seeds to enable hin to raise a crop. than the of be small the barbarous democrats of the time considered
stopped ;agriculture unproductive- .run risk voting at all,and yet not a. curse compared to them.' I
: Many.yen, rs ago, this prcs.iurge it as an important one of the precious creatures ,believes that the even iron a fair standard value{ and that ha
poverty and wan'tsitting Ilk q!I on incubus upon men sure, that the lands in Floridashould .The .Blood --
public Hounds. letters
intended
: old man,can muster a were only to commemorate the
and'tiadesuien respectable opposition
the laborer all
of classes. ;
bc.b towed gratu tously and freely to We are sorry he has been brought forward for TheY igs in,Congress are making political 1 deeds of warriors and statesmen ;but now how

i1 .1y,1 Various devices iU\yo'becn, sought:,by ingenious i all bona Jfds settlers, believing that the Spanish his age and services entitle him .ta'respcc't ,and capital,the importation of the33 Blood houndsby changed No longer devoted to such base uses,
,
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men to remedy the evils growing out of scarcity of in order of Gov. Call ,in
their
system iconomy bestowing public December' lost and
made
: these Whigs! ,can touch nothing, animate or.in they arc to express promises to pay" on
,of money., But none'more Afros}, ephemcral ,. domain an i,bringi i ng it into useful cultivation, animate, without: befouling, it Had they reader, can you believe it! the ,old,women. and I picayune shinplasters,. and ,little boys, gloryingin
and fallacious has!been.. adopted than tubstt-i and of habits of. any grannies at the North '
i pru loting .industry, was a far decency about them, they would not imbittewith'disgracGthelastdaysofanold'citizen are aiding them with their r the possession of such treasures, hurry about

I tutingndtareal, paper currenc. )_MuJtiply..bank better ccon nnjfcthan the lwo-ptnn mode of,ex. : petitions lo,Congress., What a bug bear Has the streets to exchange them for sugar plums.
'
bills' to infinity'they neither enrich ..individualsor I acting fro the poor man the last cent he has at No Nation requires.in its Chief Magistrate it come to this,! Can ,it be humanity that the When will the day come that men will abandon .

nations,'nor are theybf any' advantage to the i command, md then .leave him nothing to purchase firm understanding and strength of mind Savage may murder, burn down, destroy, roam: their vile preference for silver in all its
,
community, unless they actually represent and the iccessnry farming utensils, and to imperatively than the United States and more the country at will, "seeking whom he may devour shapclVby should not an enlightened! people -

,. are convertible specie: lithe capital stock ot pay,the ex; xjnses of his journey, and the erection knews that Harrison has Hot these qualifica everyone ; ,", bring death; and cruelty his train; luxuriate, the enjoyment of paper forks

a BankIs based on:another property than spe- i ,of his buildings. : tions. If elected, Harrison would be about spare neither age nor,sex and must not be pun* and iea.spoons,as freely as in_ ,paper coin?

I ,- tier,there is,no security 'for'' the' complete redemption i Besides:i ho favorable ,impression, which .tho inuch of President as retied because perchance he may be brought to ,

of its bill,,because: whenever real ro*. : Spanish sy item of colonization has made duringthe : a his as George the third was a condign punishment by means of dogs 1 Out [Correspondence of the Herald' ]
King
during Daniel
insanity. Webster would WASHISGTOX' Felk.7 18O..
wg becomes Bcarcethe property which represents : many; -curs that have passed, there was another I be the Prince upon such_humanity ,' *
Regent and John Quincy Adams On Saturday last neither house Oa
the Bank's capital, will depreciate; and if rcasc n that wcurg ed with\great earnestness' 'sap.
it falls onelialf the bills arc worth only 50 cents ;oh at' count"of its national importance, and nsc.keepcrnlcss: Mrs., Mary Chapman Col. G. W. COLE, receiver' Public Moneysfor Monday in the House the.first business. in order -

S. h or the d llar.,_and ", 1f1rt nitb"1'nUO--. ,"" so pnipuljl y pluluis'itthatrrahare wondered .I. should..._,be considered better' qualified., the Land District of East Florida; arrived was the election viva voce of the Committees --'>.

.. Thus" I'far I have discoursed.only, of sp'' it'. A and wand red again;that tho nation has not long Protection to the Settlements. here on Sat n1nT last in the Steamer from on public printing.journment .&. ,1)nppca
.KtaudnrdV i njodium? of exchange and value-d: since :adopeninsula >fed all its means to throw into the I The- recent.Indian murders north: of St. 'Augustine Charleston. on Friday, that the House had bees

substitute or,real representative of specie is probubjythe ti. population that ,$old be useful to has aroused the attention of insuring ro. We arc indebted to correspondent at divided;that the election' bad been gone through.

:only kind of money known totloearly \ us not onlfenders its cultivators, ,tnc soil, but as de. tection to themselves and their remaining ppetty. ro. Charleston for, files of Charleston and, Northern with as far as voting was concerned: but that
hitherto i 'have papers to the 20th instant the letters had not reported the result ,of the
they remained .
in fancied
governments of tlio earth. ,For many -ot that soil in times of war or intern
By the I Sch. Empire we have received the ballotting. On, Monday, therefore,after read:
ma'nldDdwcroabloto coratnotio security; feeling satisfied, in some measure that .
centuries :; .transact their{ Charleston Courier .
of the 21st. Intant. ,
ing the Journal the tellers
r. business, and rrgulato their,exchange;:withoutpaper 'That so md,enlightened, and greatly lamented tho marauder ,would not venture upon expeditions reported that the

I I f ;. ,\money. Could' ,.the, ancient\ Kings!f ,,who' statcsn an, Gen. Hayne, when a Senator in so far within'' the posts. But,' unless the ,. POSTMASTERS AFFOWTED.' House had elected Mr., Black' of Georgia, Chair.
I is Jared Everett, Mineral Springs, Columbiaco man, Mr.!. W. Davis of Indiana and Mr.Prentiss
protection given better whole -
united tho waters of the Nile, and Redbuilt Sea and Congress having adopted the views ,which wo stationed the Florida
,,' .. of New York, members of the committeeone
the everlasting. pyramids without theIUd, ,, of entertain, brought forward motion lath it : county ,of St, Johns,River bids fair to become George Graves, Bunker Hill), Jefferson co, State -

the,wonderful ,cat o.t con paper money, be permitted body, asurged its adoption with all the .forceof : liko its sister county Mosquito, a'desert, waste, Florida. roll rights man and ,two Democrats. The-

DiOln'upon the globe, ndren d his crlul but he and howling wilderness. John A. ,Cavedo, Fernandina, Nassau cc. was again called and Mr. Evans of Maine, '
to doqU"'ltCC' acting
come DO, J was '
.' .:. ,. g -: ': From the' mouth of Julia ca Creek Florida. .- and Mr. R. Garland :of LaTtwo Whigs were- '
the history.,or tnernorua: muiucauus s, IAJC&U ui I upon min snot yet prepared'or the introduction ,eastward
: elected the full.
the New Era's theory of the moon, and the rise 1 of sc important measure,.fearing that as along. the, St._Johns River_ to Pablo its mouth, [Correspondence nf the,Herald] then ;so committee was The House

I'I and detailed, progress of banking J in,the U.States 'tho precedent once set, would be the means.of and thence along the Seaboard, south to St Augustine TALLAHASSEE,) Feb.15, 184(). forty commenced rank and file'electing a Chaplain ; about,
were nominated' and then
I know not at,wJjich,, they would ,most ,won overthrow. ring the whole picayune land system of there are about 100 families and settlements May it please your Editorship, a week has the of

dcr. Banks and paper! money are,, of compari-- tho United States. ,,who own several thousand head of cattle! passed but I ,believe nothing else so far as the found tug that war commenced. At sunset it was-

lively different origin. They owe their rise,-to Mr. Be nton's bill proposes to, do so much,that and horses, and a large amount of property of Legislature' is concerned. ::About a down lanai, and the no individual had ieceived"oyer3Lvotes ,
I House
that :.restless, activity, unbounded desire, and meets: wi h our wishes that win cannot withhold :other descriptions, just such as would be a alone,so far as I understand the matter has been adjourned.
i
widely extended business! ;which ,the love of 'from,it p arcoidial approbation and support, and temptation to the Indian. The system of posts j passed since the commencement of the Tuesday the .supply' the national. pulpit, ;

F l- opulcDce has- created. Were ono more traffic we hope that it will supported by every well adopted! for the protection of the county has not which I consider: a happy omen. for the_motto of came hour up as the unfinished business' ,and at a late.
the
carried on in the&orld than should be on thespecie wisher humlolty."" Unless some such systemis 1 been of avail so far,though there are a sufficient that admirable, organ of 'the Goverz jcnt the tellers reported that the Rev.Mr.Bafts

in affairs would shall number ot men to insure; protection if propertystationedl GLOBE, "the world ,is a congrcgalionalist fromMassachusctts was elec
1' capital .now it,, : ,assumea : adopted, wo still expend millions for the governed too much was ted.
1'.t The,Indians Petitions were then called for and the list
Different aspect the prices_ of ,commodities benefit of the few who will l fatten upon the spoils, can,come between the never more happily illustrated in Florida. We ,
posts whenever they'please, and in no instance have in the was called down as, ,far: as New Jersey. Mr. .
would be low, business'would.be: settled on a and at the close of years, new generations will statute' books something over 1000 .
trade would 1 have they:been discovered: until some hours after I laws, of ]Randolph now rose and asked the Speaker if
solid basis, the channels of be liable j come in possession, of a country,unimproved many. which have been pleasant and.
nnd'c their; depredation when had l he bad .received a set of resolutions from th:
9. committing they profitable
obstructions{ would in
low be
to ,tho majority a impoverished l>y the generations that preceded individuals, and many a curse to of '
-more comfortable condition,andcrnbarrassment, them.! .' Vc desire. ,iliereforo to see, this Bill become I gone too fgr to be overtaken. Those-who murdered the public ; but, so far as the people ,arc concerned : majority the l New Jersey Legislature and if
j' j the ''Mail ,:riderS, passed out about 3 miles so, why he had not presented the resolutions to '
would
i : be unknown. ,My next number will be a uw. 'It. proposes, the introduction of a if some dozen or so of laws, which one the House. The

I V upon paper money and. nk1ng. ION.' newsy [cm, which; :with a little amendment, bone west of tliepost'atPellcer's{ creek., The intervals industrious man could compile',and arrange in a Speaker after. much unnecessary

I Jacksonville, Feb. ,13, 1840.: of g real importance to the country, and_one between,!posts arc just so many gates left open fortnight,or less, were preserved,all the balanceof that the debate on Wednesday, informed the Boose .
a for the Indian resolutions had been addressed ataas
to to
that Ire theaa, much purer spirit than is introduced pass through. the labors of seventeen: Legislative Councils '
For the, protection of the remainingsettlernehtsin door the. lon/R.r, .,r. Hunter, member of the,&
I I : ,ty tho warlike weapons that we have -kccpers, printers, and Governors might be
I this un'tposts, should ,be ,established)1 turned, of R. from Virginia, and not as Speaker of the
SEALED PROPOSALS/ been accustomed to see for some years, uselessly over to the "mechanical interest,",and
the head,; of North River, on the Pablo Road,/at be House, and that he had therefore informed the"
; glitrt[ ring round us. I j transmogrified into trunk. !1
to and eoiulniet linings, without
PropoftU repair
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persons who
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ENDORSED Durbin Swamp tho Jacksonville : sent the.resolutions that be coolJI
on road and'o l ,
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lit lie n
",to ,Gtrejr'v Ferry hardy ad venturer take the soil here rnakiagany man less happy;

.1.1I will be rewired by the andirtitnftd, ., ,- at- ,tin.,i nlacvl.; until itis, a perfect'waste; 'What bitunoccupied, A Juliogton: creek. From,these. posts- detachmentsshould A number of resolutions meaning I I f qot present them to the House, until they rccoj-
nothing,
I I, the'da April, 1840. :Four the, country, ani escorts be nized him as the head of that body. Thecorres-
wilder!icss, its fastnesses hitherto impervious tothe provided though full ot words relative to 1
Proposals'smut state the tfme n-qnired to construct -i' Bank inn st rpondecce' -
the mails. was then and' T wit
read
Mi* rpad and bow mach per mile it.:i.''proposed to foot_ of the the white man: the haunts'of the I for Fifty, men could accomplish 6 nS'c'rC'ha.ndc4'oyer to'the Bank Committee produced ,
afar Jack..u\ile.! Tim I these.duties. If it be worth 320 acres of i send< < it in my next. 'It will make the Whig
construct commencing at Savagi ; and it may,unless occupied as Mr.,Benton t j I which recommended that the Governor !
road to be opened thirty (30) C.et."id and to a li*> land, with rations and for should throughout the United States look wild whet it
pr pans, it become the haunts .of pay one, year,as 1 ro-: appoint commissioners
? 1
tance of at lean nine(0) feet measured on each Vida may a to examine the Life and (becomes
i faI
std from U>.centre,all stamps and roots to ho Drubbed much\vorse, and more dangerous'enemy. vided bt Benton's Bill,to form a new_settlement, Trust;and Pensacola Banks. This I generally known. The Whigs! now
ea, AiDe jacket below the surfacer; \> bvievtrthe is it not!: worth at ]least as much to prt.en4 an suggestionwas ',I the House found themselves in a dilemma..Thef

in
: ] wat,r Mttles, the road ube sued,,:ai l least two Tw< 1 argc whales were seen playing off the old one! At present there is no of adopted, the first instance, but the House had either to censure the immaculate Leg5sl-
safety out
feet above the level of the 'water, and matt be tight. bar tjjis morning by the pilots, one of which ''' has decided to reconsider its resolution, and I' tort of New'
sea (18) feet wide. The ditches on either tide uiut op- St Augustine,and unless protection is' .ffor led there the matter stands the ,Jersey, or the Speaker for puttiflf
at .1..(our (4) foil wide *t top. with a sufficient : prone ed very c:1rthe,boat at anchor. these settlements ,must be broken,p.nd 100 and the aforesaid. house considering' ; I himself'upon his dignity. John :;Read'of Stes-
Banks
., ,berme made at toininre IntmiyU a good to carry foondatiou off he w.ter'l-croj drains'Cauteway to be* ,Wd would call attention to the well written families i driven off,.to seek it-they know';not pose. considering?! also II sup sachusetts thought they had better: wipe ft ty

1 are lu be constructed wbmker rrquirfd to t be tyrO article from our correspondent ION" .pn ,the where Yesterday the and say no. more about it: and so did the'0Lhet
question of
feet above the point to "-hick the witer rise, acd to all sorbing topic-f oney., We have,the promise Th St. Angmtine City Guards. came 'and State and division 1' intelligent gentlemen,such as modest Merit and
least fifteen (15)fide The ttreao. to up were disposed of
at
aHop. Mr.
be 0 other numbers from the same A number of the young sensible_ Stanley-and thus the matter eadedt I
of
bebndjced: witboodeabUnUalbndceii ffite. (I5) source, to : men, our city have Nunis of Escambia, who is
V wide The direction of 1 1 Is road."will be |n>inied cut I' ",bi'e will with pleasure give a'place. organized thcmselves. eccntly, into a Volun feet and also opposed to immediate opposed to Division, i|Petitions were received throughout ,yesterdty'I
an
'"7 UM under (nod,or COIIM authorized ofliccr who Corps nder the name of the"St. State Goy rriand: to day the House have been in committee rl
will receive the road when finished or reject Mirh A new Wharf at the foot of Bridge Street Augustine City ment< was excused from 'voting, because the
as
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portion of it at he doe. iitft-cenddtr acceording teontrset. o has I ccn commenced.. It will be about 300 feet Guard They number already nearly forty/ questionS were united,.he could the whole on the state of the Union, upon the

-:.vSSfi <-" in lc 3gth, and at its head there will be, 9 feet members.: : Our Mayor, F. L. Dancy, ,Esq I., .is _or no, without' vote neither aye: R Revolutionary pension, appropriation.i After
going 'I
'\ The road to be paid: for in three part*,according ai watt r at low tide. Geo., Center, Esq,is the e n- their Captain, than whom they could not havechosen against his conscience.. 'Mr. long and 'desultory debate committeerd6

the tame thai: be an.peeled and rec.iveJ ; twenty percent tcrp ising proprietor.) We heartily wish him a better., We had tho" Anderson bis colleague. opposed to Division, and the House adjourned. ,
will be rrtainbd from each payment fur the com Ileto success. pleasure one ive- but in favttrof a State Government
,
,fithfulAilfUmeat of the eontnkt. ,fling last week of viewing them, at'thciJ drillbe could not In the'Senate on Monday the report of Judg
1 ? : excused, and
T man therefore
to body 'pf a named he.
-S to l}' Wither inforniiiioa apply to Lieut. Simpson nt ntonio.Calajo, room. where they met in uniform.which'is neat '' voted against his Grnndy from the select committee on there
own opinion
.
.Jacksonville. Lieuj. Gunnivon, at St.; Mil'''', or theSavannah. was(found upon the bcD.ch.south of the light-house cheap and.scrvicable, and were ,on this pointy; .thus following out Lotions against the assumption of the State deba

t rndersigned. at on Tuesday. An inquest was held over: it;and the highly gratifiedat the democratic. i principle, that, the delegate t of, debated andir.
'was
by.MrCtaY'ufAlabama,
,. expressed determination : ,
;, '; t' J, MACKAY, their to place their the people
)i ,.; ( Capt. Corps,Toji'l. EII .n. jur'gB'e a verdict""Found dead, supposed to corps,,|n a permanent basis. We heartily'wishthcm'siucccs when must forego his own private opinions Crittenden or Ky." .Clay gave: ,the :gambled
they
/ '.". .1. ktzcaMaii. tJ-. : r tinary! #: )J5 .1840.- 3' ;, -i nl .{, t liar:t' been drowned, ?. majority! of"are.contradictory to the will rfai State institution tome monstrous hard knocks,

I his/constituentsup6n/ ( ; a question alI and Crittenden was'as foisbnous as a copper i


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be ps bnTuesday rouo 'nti&Dl.ca1b /{'II''f.t:f:;.Raprtsental C0;,1 iirt""F:' b. 1 ,. r. David' n. TAILOR Cool "I The Editors EDITORIAL and Publisher'CONVENTION'of Florida, whose names'
U1lJi;pq WednesdayYma4l! Q ,a, master Mr.Do'wp! moved the' following,, which lie 'c.( 4fuh l1 St., New YJnk, are hereunto rubscribed- the purposa of placing Ju n: received by the Stesro. Southriner. an : .
speech. H$'has floored the'last spectrp of theAooBpn ,over:: .FORMERLY the citizens of St.Augustine and its the, business' connected with the Press, upon a more additional assortment of seasonable Good ,whieh .
arid If Jfcsofo t'rI at the Secretary of W r 'be required vicinity, that he has opened an establishment i,I a Char certain, !;, foundation,. preventing those disagreements will.be sold at the most reduced prices, at I. L. LTOH ; ,. ,
(Sjfsterii appearances give evidence ( to communicate to,this House; sbpies of !lotto Street,i the bouse'occupied by Mrs. C. Solana, which might arise from conflicting interests'amen; tCJI'eI-eonl..unr in part of the following :_ .. ,
of future action(he :will some day. or othtbe. the following correspondence. and documents: oath of the City Hot+l lon the right,) ,where all or.. lhemselres well u for the purpOM of throwing 16 yards brown Homespun for *!.
Ii er'-1est" JDOD' Chair of State and away-the i L .Of.Gen.,Taylor with Gov. Call den,will be Uiaukfulljr received and promptlyattend] around their interests those safeguards which expert* 10 yards Calico for 9K ,. .
,, '" '' '' I a Gen: ed,to, Clothe cut and made in the most fa4conablea has taught them are necesrary to their protection 6 quarters Merino, fc $1.50 per yard. j
sceptre o ,a free people. Thursdayani Friday.; mand Pf with'the:Tayjorand War* officers under his com. style, and warranted to fit. Military ecut gainst the frequent losses sustained by care less.or Handkerchiefs from G.t cents; up to 50 cents. :

(thil aura., the Senatef::have spent in debating Department in a superior manner. The public are respectfully, fraudulent customers,do a=tea among themselre.-, to Plain and open work Stockings, f 85 ceats per pair,
eeolntioo'oflet+ed 'M .' ,3f.t authorities r Governor Call and any 'other of the lo I nvited to call and examine (f i.r themselves. An assort- adopt the following prices, and to observe the follow. Superfine Calicoes;at 1 ] cents per yard, '
cal
by Preston
uprom .1 ? ,calling of Ftordawith' Wa Depart, meat of fashionable clothes k ptc nstantly n band. lag rules, in the management ,bf their business:, Raw-silk Stockings u'rted colors 50 eta per pair.
oppr' \'tnePresid! cot WQrm theSenalo, whcch., men t, on.;the subject:of said, war,'ai d the de ,Paris and Losidon fashion* received quarterlr. 1st. TERMS or SI7..caIPTlOf.-For weekly paper Shawls, a great variety, ,

er the'$ecreterjrthe' Treasury' designedlycn&ed fenceless state of the inhabitants of F orida.: N. B.,. The an. of cutting taught at the above u. Fire Dollars per annum. Semiweekly paper*:; Six Irish Linens, from 50 cents.to 75 cents per yard, !
.4-.! The instructions to Gen.Mason commis.ltioaedtoadjusttheejifferences .tabluhment. Dollars per annum; and Daily papers Ten Dollars Fine Jaconet.BIoll, and Book Muslins.- S
ttoitb.: \ ;estimate
I J.e't ( for with tie'Semi- &Augustine Feb 20, 1840. 37 per annum. In all cases payable in advance and nonew Bpbinett and Plain 3IusIins. f

continuing,the Cumberland, Bead. Some one polo Indians by negotiation, togethe .with the ,I paper to be sent till the money: is paid. Linen cambric and silk Handkerchief-, ;
: Sale 2d. TERMS or.ADVKRTISIRO. single of Bonnets and Hoods, Silk, Kid,and Beaver Gloves .1
moved to strike out the) word detignedJy, and it report of said Macomb, and all correspondence- NOTICE is hereby given. That by perm anion '.fAdministrator's 100 word,'or an advertisement occupying the square space Ladies' walking Shoes/at 'cents per pair,, i

vase rtied. "The resolution',.,lil then tram relating to that subject f the Judge of the County Court of St.lohns of 100 words of the usual advertisement type, if i extended Boys* fine and coarse Brogans<< ;at 50 tents: pr pair, [
vhlch'was1 so ridiculous d1 i its' character that l 6. .Also, all correspondence on tho bJect of County will be sold at Public: Auction, on by cots or blank., for 9.1 the firlt.anlertion.. Brown and bleachad Sheetings, ,
,removing the resident citizens Monday, the 16th day of March oextJ t'ahe Furniture Chintz i
'at Ti m pa Bay and 75 cents for each continuation. Two or more Corded Coats
Preston himself had torote, ;; against it, and with and Carey's Ferry,beyond the limits ( f the mil Court House in the City of St. Augustine, h tween squares in the same proportion. Advertisements A few dozen fancy'Chain, :L-

,1'' hhe'ho1, ; !?,Senate. save, (4.) The, Senate itary line of said posts together ,wi i ,the instructions the hours of.12 and 1 o'clock of that day, all |b i right containing one and a half squares, sod less than two, I dozen rocking Chairs, t i
thcfl laughed-tell U.not jo Saint,Marks 'to the Marshal of East Fl rids and title and interest ef Louis L. Morse in and to r tract will be charged u 'two.. V hero advettuemsnti are With many other articles too numerous to nenkm.
rP whisf his'report thereon.: C of land lying about two mile north of the ka d city. sent without any special directions u to the number 8k Augustine,Jan.29,1840. 4.1
f I per it not in Tallahassee The,Senate laughed together with the buildings and inproyeme lU thereon insertions r
; Revolted,, That the Secretary of \ ar.be requested required will be understood that they Jt liee. f; ,

I I, I dignity! .shook his sides, and pomposity nicker. to communicate to this Hou' :copies of Bale being.abJeCt to a mortgage. tor the sum J 1'1500 are CAntinned to be published at the until diseretioir fvrtrid;of their the will publisher herenRer, and be SIX week after date I will apply to the Judge of. I : ,\
I it. the correspondence between Gen. He landez, pf and interest and to the widow's dower. 1 County Court of St.John County for Let. i'I l'1
f the ,
charged to ad-
according foregoing rates.LegsI
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J. ............. < '"* "I.. '" <, the F1otida.militi4 i&od 'A mouths i ten otAdmiDi I.atiunonthe fcatateof ANTHONY f
r' -Capt..Gics) Porter bf credit...' of 13 will tm given: vettuemeateofwhich the,term publication u fixed '
55 1' WASBINQTOK, ;Feb. 14, 1840.TJao..IlOU1C' theUnited: States Army: communicated to said M: F.JOHNSON, \i ai',., by'law, 'will only exempted from this rule.: For ,UJNDSMAN Feb.6. 1840.,,late pCsaid, county IIENR.,deceased.? GRO>,,''E3.' ,. ,.....{'ii'' ,'!!. i"oj.' '
Feb.
War1'' 1.,18-0. if'
37-4w.
Department, on the subject of! te defenceof standing yearly advertisement, '$20 per square.Yearlr .- 1 ,
on receivod
Saturday petitions the country': south'of 81 Augustine: together f 11 WO LOTS situated on the West .ida o Maria advertisers who renew their advertisements, COUNCIL ROOM, 1
,resolutions atid'a vast number'were.piled-up on with all the proceedings of inquiry th< reon,' and JL ,Sanchez Creek, for sale. Apply l to will be charged<< $50, and allowed the space of four -Si. Afutti. 311'J.*. ISlo. J
the al peel keni table, to be considered. hereafter. correspondence; with Colonel Crane and Feb. 13, 1840. GEO. L. PHILL PS. 'squares in the weekly paper. $75 for the'same 'RESOLVED, That Quarantine Law' be put ii

"On Monday the same routine'was others on that subject For Mentor Sale. ,1 I I I pace in the semi and tri-weekl papers, and $100 in North of Charleston all vessels coming from any
gone through 1 the daily papers.- Where the advertisements overrun port ; and the Pilots be furnish
'ltht sad every: 'body having relieved i xthcir On motion'" bf Mr. Downing, THE HOUSE AND LOT in Hospitil {Street the space allowed the excess will be charged by 1MaqQ&rt ed with this resolution,'to be shown to Captains ofsuch ..
Resoled, That the' presentments 0 the grand ( the premises of Mrs Robertson.Inquire .- Advertisements from' distance vessels. .
minds the House adjourned.] juries for.th'o. county of Calhoun for I the,spring of SAMPSON KILL! MS.: with the money, or a 'a respectable mast be town accompanied Resolved also That all intercourse between thi. :

On Tuesday h resolution offered by Mr. Casey ,and fall terms of,1839, referred to the C im-, Feb. 10, 1840. I IJ J reference: must be given. j : City cud Pico t.,1e? at mace put a stop to ; that in" I :
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of Illinois, and which, had occasioned some political mittee on the Territories. T I Stetn -StllDed Lumber.' AUannouDcementa of candidates for office will be formation be given immediately the commanding
debate considered. Rftolled,. That;the. 'l papers of Jamqs Hudson, SatiUa Steam Saw Milt Company have erect charged Five Dollars for 'insertion during the can- officers at Picolau, Fort Searfe. Fort Hanson. Fort
on Saturday, was It THE and
Peyton at this post, their
claiming a pre-emption,be referred t6 the Com a largo STEAM MILL with I"DC.nd ir- requesting aid in maV-
was a' resolution to instruct.the committee of mittee on the Public Lands. JI. saws, and are ready tb fuinub Lumberj of super vas.All personal communications which are admissible, lag known this resolution to all persons white or colored I
and' Means 150JOUO tor qualities in quantity. Their Mili stands in the or communications relating to one' individual affairs attached to their several command ,
Ways to" appropriate, to ;Read red, That the claim of the hei s. of James any Resolved also.That the
County of Camden River puffs, of new inventions new goods, new establish- Mayor cause the detachment ,
Georgia the
on
such of the States df Ohio Ormorid, with the Vouchers and be referred Satillaj, ,
Indiana land Illinois papci s
now m charge of the city too be ,
to where reach drawing' 15 feet of water;can ap menu candidate,and the like, will be charged at the. authority, sta V
for the{; purpose of enabling' :'them ,to finish the to the Committee of Claims; : proach without difficulty ord ncer. same price as advertise menu.3d. tioned : Part on toe I Bulge! and the balance at the .

Cumberland,Boad., Mr.,, Pairs of Maine had ,Retired,' That the claim of A. Wajtspn. berefc -. .' J/NORCROSS,: Agent., 'A CLICK LIST shall;be kept in each establishment Northern limit of the city ; with instructions to prevent -
: rrcd to the Committee of Claims. Satilla, C.mdeo'Co.'Geo.. Fnh. 1.1840. ap9 and the names of absconding and delinquent at all.hazards, any,person from entering the city
the floor after Mr. Mason had made a'speech In 1 1i subscribers, (those who stop their papers without who may have COme from Picolata. .

favor: 'of i.he"aforesaid,turnpike, wh3 tchseemsto, i, Legislative Council LOur WHOLESALE it ICE.l'AQro paying np arrearages) shall be published for the ben Resolved further Thai any person violating the .'
er1l & Provision Store., alit of the craft. And above resolutions, rball be fined a lam not less than ., '
hue been intended dates, trod Tallahassee are to the 17th.: the j nerves of the Helinqaeots .
,; a* a highway over: which but nothing of importance has transpired-the B E. CAR; & CO. an now receiving a ..plene of: any one establishment, ,shall. be mutually copiedand fifty dollars, to be recovered before any competent authority ;
;1 General Harrison ,is to be torced'into power ,1 : House is waiting for the Bank We no. did .assortment of article in their, fine, and published in the papers of each other. and that be be expelled from the limits of tlu*
Report.
par'icularly solicit purchasers to examine article 4th. Jos WORK shall be city forthwith, not to be allowed to enter again anti
Mr. Parris gave the Whigs a poser-he showed, I lice,however, the iniroduction oia bill by Mr. now considered u cash, and these Resolutions be t
repealed. _
received
'' by Scb. Undine as being of the choicest demanded de! from
on ,
regular
that,the roOd bad risen to an extravagant outlay' : Putnam, on the 11 tb;entitled "an act to improvethe description having been selected in New York, with customers.payment yery except. F. DANCY.-,- Mayor..

t from a small beglnciing'that'' one >mile of,it in circulating" medium of the Territory of the greatest care, for this market. Our stock consists The prices of Jobs shall J be as follow : Cards, I Test P. B. Doru.Clerk of the Council.

Indiana cost 8460,000, and that the next milewas Florida. The circulating' medium< Florida is in part viz:* pack,$3 per pack; 2 p.ckt'" per pack;over 3 pack TB1HE Subscribers respecttnliy inform the Alur
8211.000. bad,enougb in all conscience, and ,t at a Bank- TEAS-1I110a Skin, 'Youn,' and Old 11111On, $2 per pack. Handbills,] $5. Pamphlet, $4 per JL chant and Inhabitants of St. Angnstjife; thnt
estimated
at such a prodigal ex: Bondman should have discovered tiat it need per..Imperial,Gunpowder.&c 'age. Blank- foolseip and letter, $25 per ream- they hue now on hand,and are daily receiving,a veto
. pcndituroofpublicmoneybeconsideredunjustunwise ed improving something wonderfu U How he HUa"R -Loaf & Lump crolbed, Porto Rico: ..S it per quire : folio post $5 per quire-$40 per ream. extensive and complete.STOCJT OF GROCEK1E&
r and impolitic and then Ogden Hoffman, means improve the currency we a e all in the 8t. Croix White and Drown Havana. New Urbana: Theatre or circus bills never less than $o per set, comprising every article in their line ; arson, which '
dark;, but won't it be in favor of tin Banks?- MOLASSES--New Orleans' Trinidad, St. Croix, and u high. $10, according to size. i'
the jreUotcj&Mcer ed the floor.. there'a the rub.*' COFFEE-Old Government Java, Rio St. Do. professional characters who go off without paying Holland Gin,Jamaica Rum,
minJcI. and Laguira, green do. their printing hills, ah.1l1ie placed on' the black list Domestic Gin. Brandy, Rom and i
; WfaUkey,
Mr. The resolutions of the New
Mr. Hubbard
Wednesday
Hodman, legislature, .
Jersey TOBACCO-CavesdishPlug. and fine eat chew and published for the benefit of the craft Sugar, Cotre '.Tea & Floor; I
and :Mr Howard of Indiana made speeches were referred toga: Select Commit! %, and Mr. ing of Sirs: Millers, Chapman &. Sargeant's and A. The, above rules not to :affect any special existing Butter; Cheese, Mackerel and Lard, a

The road is pretty much lost sight of all hands I Fitzpatrick moved that the comm tee: "boination Campbell Manufacture ; Snuff and Cigars 'of.the contracts of the present year. But contracts variant WINES, viz :- Madeira TenerhTe, AIalaza.de. i,
1 structed ''to' recommend 'NoturicU: roar, as the finest quality.. from them will not be renewed. Northern Ham*. Cordials,"Steam Refined"Candy, ;
go for Harrison: or,the Administration, and the oral ,rightful remedy against the vio of her Olives, Capers, Olive Oil'S\Yeet'Oil. Rice.. Indigo, The Editors and Publishers of Florida whose names Soap Starch, Rice, Crackers of all kinds'and other I

whole concern:: as I said before is a nut for the rights as ft sovereign State by Con TCSS. i Dluein:. j Gronnd Pepper, Alsipce, Clove anti { ate hereunto annexed..pledge themselves in honor articles too numerous to mention ; all of which we of ;
political devil of the second quarter of the 16th Just like theWhi rgie. They w( uld be right Cinnamon, in | and 4 lb papers each unto the other, to observe the foregoing Rules far on low, and accommodating terms. Orders fur j
glad to nullify thcwill 1 of the people I if they could I Clove.;Nutmegs, Ginger Pimento Sol ratoKi inf the management of the business of their different warded, to us will be promptly attended to '
century to crock. Messrs. Gibbs and Putnam voted in favor of; Cayenne Pepper. Pepper Sauce Alnm| Copperas; establishments. M. RODDY, SUN & CO. .
OnThursday Mr. ''Pickens addressed ,the the motion and n. usual in the min Shot Fri..", Percussion Caps, Poweer, Blacking C. E. BARTLETT, 133 East Bay4 Charleston S. Ca.
rity. Pipe., Mats, lion*. Fish Seines, Flies, and Hooks; of the .fp lad irofa G&utte. Dee. II. 1839-' dl9.23.3w.
House in opposition to tho bill. He it a talented Chalk, Shoe and Horse Brushes, Candle Wick, JOSEPH! CROSKLY. .
' roan, a:'bold stud fearixxe"dobatcg< iodfshould.have London dates to 27th-Liverpool l 30th D ee. Coffee Mill. Ink. Black SandJlVaferYraapin; = .. .,. Dr*&.Apatachicob Courier. J.4-1ES K.rOLESt;
hive bccriTecelvb rNQwYorJC'heWS'1s' > ..
'been of th l louse. Twine White Bar Variegated in Ball, and Shaving D'WF.OB. WATOil-ANIX-OIAXJK MARCH.A .'
Profit
Speaker of In.dl&na
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of little
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momentCotton Soap: Hull & Son' Patent Candles, Lamp Oil, ., of At Tallahatiu Star. s
,theliiile tailor?lf>fy, -ho was picked up bone Y was declining., i LIQUORS-Otard, Signetta and French Brandy; SAM. b.i/ 8IBLEV.of HAS'just received,soya! Charleston, direct; : from. '
of the Old Rh'cr'' boatmen in the' Gi/lf of Money ori Change is but little in demand, thoholding Holland and American Gin; ,St. Croix &od'Cberry the Taltahaitee FlorUia ) ., a large and beautiful assortment "f '
Rom; J. M. GOU1D, CLOCKS various patterns which will be wimu-
)Mexico *lbng time ago,' jiext endeavored to seesomething y ,it commands'The Chartists 0 per! have cent commenced se- WINES-Port, Sherrr, Madeira Muscat, Malaga, of the Florida Herald. ted for being time-keepers- they can be returned!

to tho House., Ho really.folt like say in London. Samoa Bottled Wines of different kinds; phampagno J. KN \VLE, and the money refunded; '
cret meetings of various brand London Brown StJut and American of the qiey Suilnel. In addition to which he has received a supply i>f
log 8O Mthlng. He waotcd ; E
.tosay something- American flour is prohibited being.imported Porter. WATCHES & JEWELRY consisting in p art ..f
He ought to say something; but he Mid nothing into Ireland. Marshal's ,S le.By Gold Patent Lever Watches, do. Vertical
Thq French miuistcr of Marino rjos orderedlevy a Fruit. virtue of an aHa twit of fieri facial, issued Gold) and Silver L'epine,
*t+!l that Gen Harrison ,
excepting was a great -Bunch and Bloorr, in whole i and I of the
Court for the District '
general of seamen to com'plnine :o the man- RAISINS Superior oj f A lot of French and English Wntnhs.Spectacles .
man, and could bavtrwhippcd tho Indians out of of tho of reserve. Sultana and Keg. East Florida, and to me directed and delivered, I will I gold and silver; Ear Rings of vari.n.

Florida, in fivcJ Tjiinutcs, '{,without the use of those The; war still Squadron continues in Africa Figs:Citron English Currants Cranberries, expose public sale in the City of St. Augustine in Patterns ; Breast Pins ; Finger !King. ;
AlICe Carroway, English Mustard front of the Court Honse. on Saturday the 2dol1 And a variety of other Jewelry tttt which will 1 ij"
Bull Blood,Hounds.who i may,.have, scented,his Spain is yet in i an unsettled.state.from. Paa Nuts, Filberts Soft and Paper |Shelled Almonds b of February next, between the hone of 10 o'clock A. disposed of at Charleston price ;I f?

foot print, 'in olden time, in: England. ;I .say Oranges and Lemons.Provisions.. M. and 2 0 clock P.. M. of that'day-all the right,title, Thankfu! fur encouragement received be respect- .
but still again they A/en/andsolet APPOINTMENT BY THE PIt SIDENT., 'j and interest of Morris H. Tucker in a certain House fully solicits a continuance of the same.JAMES .
may; ;tnou By andi teilh Aeedtice and content < f the &n att. -Nos. 1.2 and 3 Mackerel, io whole and and Let situated: : in the City of St. Augustine, on the uNOWLES. t P

him sleep upon his wilted wreath catnip and John'A. Cavcdo,' Purveyor and Inspector of FISH barrels;Herring in Kegs, Herring in boxes; Vest St. George's Street, fronting on said N. B-Having/ served a regular apprenticeship m .

Juniper a.little great ".aJllioa great IiU1e.A Zt. the Revenue at I Fernandma., Flori a, vice Domingo -, Pork, Hams Smoked Beef, Shoulders; street seventy four feet ; bounded on the North by a repairing of Watches & Clocks in it. various bran-
On Friday,''Mn; Craryi of Michigan,usedu, Acos'n, resigned. Sounds and Tongue, Batter, Lard;: house and lot belonging Mrs. Ann Geiger, containinl chess he will give his undivided attention to all.prop .
P Soda, Butter. Sugar Milk and Utica Cracker*; in depth one,hundred. and ninety eight and a half! arty entrusted to his earn. All orders from country
the day in one of the molt, caustic "and effectivespeeches PASSENGERS, Fine and coarse.Salt. Flour, Ac. Ac.Hariltcare. ; feel; on the West by a'street known by the name o. persons, they may rest assured, will have immediate

that has been j delivered in this Con.grew. Per Steumer I Southerner, from C harleston- Pan's Street, measuring on said street seventy seven attention, and their watches properly repaired, and

Crary in a great''observer' of men "and Miss C mmiDg.'Miss McKinnon, C 1 C Andrews 'Q PARES. Shovel, Axe, Broad axes, Locks I feet ; and on Arnau.the Sooth Taken by a house and lot belongin accurately regulated. J. K. ,
Faurett's to Stephen a. the property of Morn'H. u Sk Augastine.16th Jan.. 1840
Knives
Hinge, Role Latches, ,
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thugs. He, sees the storm when the cloud is no & ser -a nt, H II Tucker, S J Segu ,1 Forman, Spoons. Fish Hooks, Bar Lead, Garden Hoe. Castor i Tucker to satisfy judgment and costs of suit in
Col G W Cole J Walker A Y Walton J C 'favor of & Charleston and St. -
Augustine
Bailey Reynolds.
Jarger than aman'.ban and be can say good *, Gimblets, Shoe Knives, Carry Combs, &c. Ac. '
: Cleland, C Boye. Also, an assortment i JOS.: 8. SANCHEZ. Marshal. PACKET. .5 _. i,
things too with a good1 grace. lie stripped off In the Sch Empire from Chajrleston-Mrs Of Tin t 8t.Aogortioe.Jao.23. 1840. ; THE Packet SchoonerEMPiltE L SOOTH
Ware. -
:, Jlfrs. Jlarriltn&.fla1Uttlglory, and shewed the old Carey and Mr >Vhatt1e ,... Kettles, Cinart and Pint,CupsCoffee e New York. Dry Goods Store, .the WICK summer, Master between,will run the retrululy above.Port: Ihroulbott Her "

.granny in his true light He reviewed all the COVERED Basins do. Palls Oval Pans,Hound THE SUBSCRIBER-just from New York. accommodations are comfortable extensive.! i

/ battles 'hi: fought, beginning with Tippccanoe, m.n.UUl TIB Da.mi1.n.tLS ; ePOJtT Pan.Ja annedSugar Boxes, Molasses Cops.CandleSticks a well selected stock of Goods, comp '.* Travellers will find this mode of conveyance .tI '

showed that he Bread Baskets, Cratnrs, Small, Tea Trays, rug ,general assortment ofSTAPLfiiAN plea.ntlfnoi mOl* so, a* any other now in operationbetween
; shotted no generalthip there;, and Foot Tubs, Pans FANCY ARTICLES
Dusting ,large and small Brass Kettles. the two ports. This p:, keIIhn1'* wpjt':
j that had it.not 'have bijcn for Gen. Boyd,.the &c. &c. Also, a variety of Has opened a Store in Dr. .Peck', Building, and in 1ttI1Q&ed,'and never takes a deck toad. goes
of .- Shelf-Goods Iferfumery fc. vices tho citizens of Stj Augustine, and the inhabitants N* B*Always touching Savannah
I mighty Captain Captains would have fallen ofother, towns, to'look it.. and examine. To whenever. J
i a Tictiin''to J nfs own folly and inexperience. Of 8T. .[UGV& T.IJI'E.ARRIVED. ., SILVER Salk Pencils.and Cot Bead Glass Purses and, Gilt Shell Beads, Twist, Port and Country Dealers >a good opportunity is offered for moderate encouragement offer

I In the Senate, the Cumberland Road bill was Side Combs, Milk of Roses Spin do., [Sweet BaJ"French replenishing their stocks. ISAAC. VV. AVERY. I :1L3sJ3p :!T'lYd.: '
St. (8 J8-IO.? .
AagQt1une.J.n. ,
; reported Smith. of Indiana. Mr. Benton then 22-Sch Emma Eliza( ,Swift, Ch rlcston. Cologne and Lavender Wate Johnson's or THE '
, Southerner Budd, Charleston, via Bear Oil. Rowland' Macassar do Pastor's do., Cold Notice.IT IS m a
introduced 22f-Steamer
the resolutions, regulating Foreign Brunswick Cream Windsor Fancy Soaps ; Tooth Powder Military i is the intention of the subscriber to apply! as The 'J'n.CRlua: has been inducedthrough lhe a' .

r Commerce, which he 'had brought forward in 24-Sch,Empire Southwick, Charleston< 48 Shaving: Soap J. Gillot's Patent Metalic Pens, as be legally can; .g .the Judge of the County licitations of *several of under bit friend the'above, to issue proposal be devoted .*
forpubluhinj title
183L The: resolution reported by Mr.' Grundy bours.' Indelible Ink. Cork and Glass Inkstands]Ivory Whistle Court of SL Johns county, for leave to sell the interent to Liter a tsra-Morafily-the paper Art and Sciences-to
*, Ivory Dominos. Snuff, Tobacco and Shaving of his minor children Charles. Elizabeth.Francis
from the special committee, against the assump Sloop ---. Charleston.SAILED.. Bozes.< Razors in eases. Razor Straps.P, Knives, Godit Emily, Adelaide, and William,in and to I Internal Imprmtmextt, and the dinWion of Polwut"olfu.wre&4l.

don of the State debts, by the U. B, were then Powder Flasks Hair Tooth. Nail Clothes and Sharing the following property situate in the City of St. Augustine Gad Agricultural latelli ate.
THE SI.IITI.IXI. will be attached
considered. Sch.Elizabeth, Southwick, Key West, Brushes, Ivory Fine and Den Combs. Shell! St. Jonas county.' To wit: to no religionn
Mr. Crittenden of Kentucky,.now Steamer Cincinnati,' Smith, Pos ts South. Pocket Combs Curter and Violin Strings, Conversation A lot of ground containing six acres on the road sect,or political party but\\:IllrraM aslytdvocatesnct. I

k.'.... ,.1et..1iI..leal.out la the shape of two resolutions 27-Sch Stephen & Francis, M; gee, .Charles, cards. Writing and Letter paper Letterstamp. leading to St.'Sebastian Bridge.and opposite to a lot measure valve the interests of general of the and people 1 local improvements at large. He,wishe as ii I
; j Stands., Pincushions, Sunglasses, Paint i and belonging to the estate of Andrew Anderson dec ,
f Virtually giving the States the land within their ton.' Fancy distinctly understood, that whiM be win sedulously
lit "
Boxes, Fine"Lead Pencils, Graees. Gertian Smoking bounded on the south by land of E. c.oold-wet*tt I
f !i' precincts and ,thus, paying their debts-by a WAITHM wlID.Sch Pipes Shell Pinenihionr. Playinr Car< *, Brass and by the S I. Sebastian River and east by the marsh o r'' avoid all participation in party strife hit column wi't,

r. transfer of real estate. Mr..Buchanan on,Tues. Emma,Eliza, Swift. Chart > on.. Stejl Jewsbarps, Suspenders. Shirts. Alo.I Maria] Sanchez Creek. Also a House and lot situateon be The open claims to candid-f a and flooiisbingand respectful dueuwioc.valuable community ,,

I' day, presented a memorial from the qifakers of Clothing.YER' Bay Street bounded east by said street;north bra have caused the subscriber to resume, thus soon ti..*
J"olke.ALL lot formerly to the heir of Antonio Bert
Coats Dress Coat, Vest Pantaloons, belonging i,
Editoriil Chair.ndeneonnter the '' -
i i' Penh j 1 vanta and N
' -ng Ultod Bounds Florida, debate sprang up ..*! the estate of MIGUEL Ml RTINEZ, late Ac. BOOTS. SHOES HATS CROCKERY Gibbs, and west by a lot former of Martin Hernan upon his duties,nnder pleasing! hope and belief,that" '

I in the Senate against a reference of the petition of St. John Count/.deceased: wi I please present All of whhich' will be disposed of at \ 'holesale and dez. WILLIAM BUCKNER.. angry political diienssion win ever form any part of I
them within the ;time prescribed bj aw, or the/will Retail. We solicit the attention of purchasers. pre Jan 16 Guardian. tars I labor, or mar the serenity r>f see existence.;' H-
4o a committee, and then the memoriAl was, re I be barred-and those indebted will m ke payment to ioudo purchasing 'elsewhere. I Elegant Jeuelryf..Vatelte8, believes that a journal, kept aloof fmra political war V
ferred to the committee on military affairs.: Mr Feb. SO. 1810 ANTONIO AL AREZ. Achy Feb. -. 1840. B. E. CARR & CO. PLATED! AR'rJILES&c.; and contention.devoted to the cause of Literature and

.Alien'then' made ,a' glorious speech'against the No lice. hereby given to all' persons hart; fVl 1 1C Subscriber hu just returned from Chart Morality 'aod the dissemination of General Intelligence
IX weeks frdmlthis dale' I will a ply to the Hon. NOTICE the estate of ThoB. Butler,dec. JL. ton with an assortment of be latest fashions of will meet with cordial support; and be pledge ,
-assumption of State debts. :., : the Judge bf the County Co rt of St. Johns to the same duly attested within the time pro. Jewelry, &e. received from the North and selected himself to spare no pains to make it worthy of pnbli! ? .
II On .Wednesday: Mr Walker; presented a me* County for Letters of Adutiniatratio .on the Estate of ear presentby law, and all persons indebted thereto, are by himself for this market, which he offers on loin er favor. _
lL'! ruorial from inhabitants Florida ELISHA &PRAGUE. deceased required'to make immediate payment tc terms than be purcb*ed in Florida.' Among his assortment THB SEVTIVEI," will be published on large prey _
> sundry praying Feb. 19,1840.1, CHAR .CYRNE. j JAMES JORDAN will be found, fair heet. with new type, weekly onlsiich day as may t
for her admission to the Union: as a Sovereign ANDREW ROBB, Adatr't.THE Emerald,Aqna Marine, Garnet' ,and other preciousstones comport best with the convenience of his patrons=,t
I" 'State. It was attempted to refer it by the .-elt"--\York" n Is, January 9. 8w. worked into Broaches. Rings, Ear Drop, do 4. four dollars a year.in advance or five dollars at the en 1
j ENTLEM Et\'S Beaver, Brush. Silk. 31 nskrat. Silver Table and Tea Spoons ; Ladles, ButterKnives of the year..
Whigs, to tbe committee on judiciary, which I and Moleskin' fashionable n ade HATS, for (PUBLIC are respectfully informed that .and other articles essential use. Advertuanentt will be inserted on the usual term-.

t failed, ayes 31 '.noes 22 -the question was.then I "__.Ie bll' 1. tit'. / VEIlY. D. CREEGAN baa this dav recommenced : A large supply of f old, silver and steel Spectacles, The first number will be issued about the first rfNovember
: : Jan. 1G., 1840 In Dr. P ck'a Buildings.TB11IU te.ehiDI'.cbool in the house of;fllr. Asa acw with colored and plain glasses, ;.and PO Masters and other*,,.be recehthis "
-on referring h to Ii fkl Committee and car' Subscriber: respectfully in 'orms his friends Lord!; in which he will receive, in ad alias to those Clocks, Watches. Chains, Seals; and Keys,; with.a prospectus oblige the subscriber, by nsinj!
a .rW, ayes22, noca; "13.: t *Committee,consists JL and the .public that Le has t ken his brother, whom be already has nnder his care, en or -.tweheYuunl varied assortment of Cutlery their exertion* in obtaining names, and for dl.

"11 ,of aft.Walker ,Mr., Nor, ., Mr. Davis, Mr. JUr. JAMES R. SANCHEZ'c par'nerebip. and Ladies, who will be taught in Jan apa ..ant And a variety of articles too numerous to mention, them,by the 20th of October next, to him Ue>.
; the business will hereafter be eon ucted under the separate from tint of bit Boys, and to whom the N B. Watch and Clock repairing carried on assual Florida.harry. '
Brcttuand-JVfr. Smer, To day, Mr.: Calhoun firm of V. Smuhei le Brother. lie alk_ this opportunity strictest attention will be paid. | ,with promptness and d pateb. The Sul In conla.ion.1 wool say toallhw old IendJ-
*nd,Mr. Benton'.had&, brush'about Beptons! salt to return bis thanks for the liberal patronage he 07: His Night School will be conducted as hereto ber intends selling a* low u can be purchased in F lo,. 'Qb' tl Sulif; and receive our thanks. )'
resolutions,' Mr.:Calhoun is not ready for them has heretofore received ami solicit! a continuance. fore. | nda, and solicits a continuance of the patronage J. KNOWLE3.Qxiney .
jet I Yours, 1.I Feb. 6, I 1840.{ VJ. SANCHEZ. ,S t. Angtisline, Jan. 2, 11111. '0..(", heretofore. received. F. J QUINCYi May 136,1 I a49. I :

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I.... 'f i' NOTICE. .. TO THE GLODE. PROSPECTUS OF THE Mixt to
Cadet CiothsoPCasi'nereS.
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: COLLECTORS .rPJera.
TAX ,
:ALE OF :. 'FOn"TIIE' r. ?
1 ALACHUA 'WISHIKGTOJI TY"'WEEnT'.ETEOPOL 1 1 JAVYBLUE do. and B"ck'do: Boa jaaaia
COUNTY. l Globe and Publitlicd FrW/m S. and edited by J.XJ Gents. Buck Bearer and Gloves./ D. ly8
J;. ; FETCH 'MITCHELL by Mycr BOkin / ,
, .k .', WHEREAS in the ; Thomu Jeffcnon.Smith.. > Ladies' pero French Kid do;just (torn. Ne TbesaJPiiS are, made M of
payment METROPOLIS has been in the I York, for nle i I. W. AVERY.. Yefatabla EX.T 1 '
been
: : or the.COUDtlDcI.TmitoriaJ Taxes, published by us for se- THE published tracts, to be
UI ; i December three Feb.tT 1840 In Dr. PcckVBniIdiBg' knwn 1,10 espna faftttlj innocent
of Washington since last ,
year one thousand eight hundred and 1hif are now more subscribers >: and ,'. -
n : lands claimed and returned by the said for any other paper published I times a week. It i if:the intention of publishers to An Ordinance t prey eat tbe running .Ac. of"any ear of the le'olmO.canal,than $ urt .

'.1" : Situated in th.. Coaoty 0( AUchua & : uore than there are for add to their tn-weekly' a teeeldy paver for tkt tonntry.i horse o horses through the streets of at. Augustine Their effect on the 'yattra ia otra..
,;, ."' wberea, the said Peter Mitchell has jne I in this District Thi.lerC' The 1Y eldtill'be. made up from the triweeklyand rr r. Be it ordlined by'the Mayor and .Aldermen of the 'fact that the oaf 1 remarkable

.::. I chattels in iiid county upon which d.. conclusive; .evidence: will contiin".U1th. important matter of, the.latter r City of SU Augustine. That tron after tbe 'o without the possibility.a b doing any("bar
t. made! 1 hey are invaluable to all who The proceedings of] Congress, the appointments made of no shall earner. 'pfr rr adull -
person : good. Therefore ,
'i.I Now, Notice ia hereby given. that iJts.: proceedings of Congress. No by Uoernment.lpd all otter local information will,I thi t.ct go faster than slow tot'CaDp, mara or bt"ha! itualjor contiary otherwise. and in ; CestivaMts FeverMadiall .
; : ''Tax Collector in so full not hilt so cheap. be promptly and correctly furnished. It will be pot Bifo
and
and for the ,County of gelding through the of city ; any bilfioui I they are
'J'.j ":' I tbe & Florid.. will expose 10 I & publication; in the United at a low price to give it an extensive circulation, and violating this act.tet, upon conviction thereof pr. etiO. o t greatest'p"
: .7onM world.. Our at tbe enable all who can'' afford to take to i fr .n baf' :
-' :tin Court in said county, aix position a newspaper fore the mayor or of the peace, bo fined twodollarsona thOseUCieDL'T.thecn
i, II : dtll hereof. to wit the us to print them at so low ceiveit. : half. ju8. other half b 1
' : on 6th day of I to iDformer.n the; to more powerfully! to effect the.whole Crime,,
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"1t Tbe of this of t
to the
publish necessity a 'paJf'r"lilae at the seat
vrar thousand : proceedings r t
one hundred i of the .
eight and (" use city. of .t
ia few
tb d. ywlatonortie 1argeitde t. m been
.l k1 right title and interest of the aaid Peter for our daily paper. This done Government. mint be apparent all. There being act is to be bad upon the evidence : the effect C.lm-r'
iDfore ter wlatarer
1-;", I: i!' I "I" in, and 4o, sixty thousand six hundred I i a small additional expense about terra federal papers' published in the District p, unless he previously relinabiabes to..the city I cede Instead i nel weakness,tbe bod es.
.( _; ; of Land fonts or..be Congressional and fuvcfentoefatie.m I : The Globe[ and The d'tnpolit. *.. causing strijjf
J; of
: which 15,1C; acres are .,/ claim. to hi.share of the fine. If the person offending and could '
./: ; If it for these circum- The former the' er. bear more fatigue iSlet they bars bore
i were not being of the ,
.. rate; 15163ars. second aud : organ Fut1.mu.t be be shall than t
' .. rate ; 30.5 I a slave receive not more twentynorlessthantanlashes. used. When the Brandreth Pills are known Cafeaitl'i r.
publish them for four times the be limUed in
remarks
necessarily more than -
its a
rate quality ; the lame, being an nndt ,
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i i. ued.As
; of the United Suts the journal not considered. .
prceor that large tract of land known parts so Passed 29th Nov., 1822. Do "
dondo Grant,*' which said Grant contains : : these works are printed I, I Tbe Mttropol $ fyu} mince its commencement endeavored A true a.purifier i of the,blood,they ,are meat. iIYJ..W
: ind&ghzynine thousand wf and. as we charge for the publics to, bring about a reform in ,the appointment p r copy of cutaneous diseases, ( whatever
acres:; P. B..DU3IAS, Clerk the COunciLThe ia.1 rO cal.
j, officers under General I' u
Y. .situated the Government believing ,
Aacuacounsndthoughs liiia city authorities will enforce tbeordinanceu' .ll. I
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the Orange Lake Creek runs; bounded ; oa Cangress will probably: it is. as expressed] by,the'. father of ,our'country; F. L. DANCY. Mayor.i Because no care 'is required when- using '
.. them Eat
public lands ; on the east by public lands., ;aa{ it immediately precedes suicidal policytu .bring a- maninto any office of consequence '
west fir public'Undi r tbe centre"of- all the prominent political wfaose political uitcti'are &durae tothff mea. Part 0('An Ordinance to prevent Fire. and drink what yon please, and have no fear of ced.' i.

1. calls for the Big Alachoa{' or all the right the country will no doubt be su/es; which,.theGeneral,.Government' is pursuing" Se. I. Be ordained by the of the' Mayor or cold water; ::the body positively less liable. to cold-

interest of the said Peter Mitchell iii ,cunsiderasous'induce us to It will continue to pursue this coarse and in the performance Aldermen of the City, of.$LAuEnstine'Tha1WitS after than before a dose; Those humors being removed .< .
so
as.shall be tufficieot to p'1'and .atJor the .. will make fir* ; of that dam, respectfully but earnestly! !, ( and after the 6t'day of Jaailr *x ensuing, by the which cause colds and
.: !: ;& bet"'eea.bt and save urge upon the .F esiJenttheneceuityof it shall be the any .0 every Pa" clh I,
\i' ";,, v taxes due from the said Peter Mitchell removing duty
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I ",.\: t;": ,', d*. all ooats and charges arising thereon r to ...... from office. of consequence, men whose tenets are Dwelling ptberbuiUing having cbmuey "bic&by iucumbering th blo.prevent repelling
.\,..' .: lots of fily acres etch, or less .. the law : | (iLOn"; made up of the daily advdiseto those of the'Democratic party; believing or other place where fire U,kept or <'ed-;t kp ttnt .the Pills rm.e .1 ioalbna frO;
the blood their
..';.. JESSE ( houses of Congress. .nd that their influence uponsociety is such as to relax same clean by sweeping or..otherwise.See. effect in ti(aucul. MJe, DL
--' ." : ;\ Tu'c.uumo Alackm ] : condensed. The Teas tbd, the progress Democracy..,, 2. Be it (urer. ordained: by, the autborit. They'may b(a"e at any tim tat b requires
;
i: Newo.ensvUhe.November25th, W39., subjects are given. It is pub- Many of the"lucrative offices at Washington ,City, .(orai. That if uke place .or happen any, medcine,ait 4y fora craft. m. .- -outer at
Ijrpe, in sixteen royal qua; are now occupied['by thane opposed to the Adn.instration.arid of places, from any cause wh.tue.t I borne, without any inconvenience: being experienced.

i U ERUS' \he' Attestor- of Taxes I .. about two third of tbe subordinate office occupant t. aforesaid ib.1 be liable to a fine of ten And a certain) that D nulignant disease cat, ISJQIS

W the Cuuntyof Alaehoa Inthe the speeches of the'menv are filled bf parsons of the sanw opposite political.en'timenl' ar.I while they are at Thus establishing the bet that

: Florida baa returned 202,11W ," .out:by ,fheiuselvea, and ia ;7.' c lAu I. bt removed mad their fine tt Passed 29ih Dec.. 1837. we have only UI those. remedies whi PURIFY

name of the Arredondo, Grlot..abj.ct acres or aa the Conjgres/iooal. Globe filled Af tktfrundt of tAe dminutration*,icill be among .Votice. t bl. to,be free fo( ALL being BOW
the speeches can be ptepared. tkt leading olyectt.of. Ntlr pol fact, every disease whether it IB
and wb"reUbe claimant hereofto .. weeks after data the Judge of b
kr numbers piloted for al8laion It will continue to an ISDEPESDEIT TBJCAI- SIX Ishl.pply'to .1I the brain or meanest member; whether be aaea-*
and eertaia assigns of Arredondo, not I support County Courtr .for lettari I ward ulcer
inward
r in aliatof their taxable property in 'lid iL"'J' l vaT against a NATIOSAL BAAK. or any other banking: of administration on the Eshteof'SI.AFVEL. ROMERO from o abcess,.are aIl.tboeghsrisizjg

'cording to law,they hare become liable to is complete itself. But i is I institntion.'as a safe depository for the people's money late of the Province of East Florida:dee.INov many eausearedueibeloenegraodefortnume.of blood. '
for : to have both; because.il It wil! allObe, aii uncompromising opponent of Bankmonopolies y, impurity,
taxes the thousand JOHN St
one eirht FONTANF.
year ", biluity ,in the synopsis of a or monopolies of any and every kind ; ofAbolitionism' 20.J8 .In consequence of the plubln of their
thirty-nine | and whereas, the said cJaim i
y linquent in the payment.r the taxes... .ioualGlube. or any denial ol ,and j>olitical Anti.mltlonry-.nd of every .btlee. lion,they are universally eu1Mctn Opf
_. :, have be removed,at once by refer species of fanaticism which attempt to connect itself IX weeks after 'wi.b made to wide extended country whero 'ae knqwu..
fortheiaidyear-nd -
aaid which distress no go'.d.and' be ,Apj n.Jix., to, or identify itself with; the political institutions'of the Hon.the Judge or the COO I for St. and are fat superceding every other preparatroa of

!t' aid county hUh !upon can aent.tositbcribers.aasoon, as the' country.! A crisis a Arisen which .to lea the., Johns.County. for letters of administration, thE_professed_ similar. import._ .., Vpwar fourteen. lfo.w
JT'I'3t' Now, Notice is t i after the adjournment of Con perpetuity of our jUepnblican. Government bo tale 01 i'iiuaiAS au i c.niae 01 aara UOH.-HJ. UI cue nc occu "nid ICMIC Ilel,hUm puny
ii hereby given, that I, :
; Tax Collictor in and for the : hooves every ,Democrat to buckle on the armor of his JAMESJORDIN.Palalka. use, since the1 infrou'cton'r ibem into the United
the Territory of Florida. County( I & 's. .. cOlntr, defeaee"to Ute thearms of political warfme Nov. 26. 1839. ANDIEW'BOBD. Spates.lu'e.hbl.Jalhe': 'fict; beyond air doubt I
I" I' 'wUI.expose to .: ,G lute. $1 and ; the of Uiscoiuion that cure the( .
I the Conn,House In aaid County aix i at means political Wottce. tb .pp.rall.at op-;
,. 'oJ-' date hereof,.to witroeth.Gtb d 1lof' : dix ; 81 'of appeals, to'the ..intelligence and[ patriotism of the Co-Partnership >> ne'er p eases by the' one ,sample. cominuajly.evacuating .
the above works will be and THE' erefofore'existing n : the bowels'with then, until the diiease
aert people by a prompt resort to the ballot. box, not givea
thousand ,
one sight hundred and firm of T. :
year ff S. HEWLETT
I is dissolved
: .: .. 202,193 acres of Land,claimed by the for, 910, aside.' proportionate j I only the in.idibu! i .pprocb.'of the enemiec'of Da Ly mutual consent. hereby. wa.lhe.erore. whatever 'may tja said or'the THXoay

: \. lie assigns of Arredond| the seine being sum., {I mocrac). iq'the .; but the giant HEWLETT. the.UTILITY of the Faience is,now, ,aarob 1
,
"I: ded interestor' part of a 'large tract of ''' by.tna.il..fottafc paid I strides of the ensmus of th a Union of the Slateswho S. hEWLETT Dove,. UI I' :
,
aa the Arredondo Grant,"containing of any incorporated, bank in I are laboring fOltlcaferoce.ot theUnion, by Abu by their A. Brandreih'a Pill* core Senrvey, Few r .

I and eixhtv-nine thousand acre of land in th.clion ol,country lition mcendlarlm. JOHN agent. ROSE. Ague, CUu'ene.and iiaeonrquer.ee ftafearhtg'men. aI
"'" situated in Alachua bounded ., will be received. But I wi in all'things, be'as it baa been ; St to foreign*region
> % County ; uPlorti'nc Nov. 1839.Jledical .Au
thenutes Auu.tiuelda .hour
procure of banks:i in and the be he
advocating 'hem. in order
principally by public lands ; the centre wijbont to rwort1". .
thel
Grant calling for tbe' Big Alacbua,. : 4e (. State, they will please send 1II0okio frincrle.oncy. arid the Demorcy.lon. College of Georgia. occasion of illness. No, medicine'ene.i u 0' rr

I C piniila Grant thereof and the run',, ro support. It asks no otr aid, wishes pal. THE eighth Course of Lectures in this Institution Time 'or climate effects reui"wberetbeIa.
) .
.1 L tbareoBl or .0 much of'the said the subscriptions should I ronage from a!other q btt commenced o the scontliondal (the they are ke dry Gentlemen ,.

;; ; parcel or said Arredondo Grant .. shall be 'f ber next. ,, I TERMS.No llth.of November.and terminated on lb. medicine one that wieu.ur health to -i6a. rrojifoua
a to pay and satisfy the amount of taxes,' p.ictto any order nrtless the subscriptions will be received where the money the Gut Saturday (the 3d) of March .(following The their e.tte. < -

: from the laid owners or claimants BLAIR & RIVES. I is not paid in advance. This rule trill be ttrialy eetures willbedelivered by Brandreth's 'Pitt have

:1 ,0 with all costs and charges. arising! thereon ; [ 10. 1839.:! ,. to, at tIC lowprice'pf' "h ppr will ao.ford i,Iru G.. NEWTON a., 'n 0 .., A. D.. Professor' .' of. Anatomy.. ,, wherever they have !teen intruduced universally, Meal". friend i*

? ". in ..iois 01 any acres.cacn. or IBIB.as mo .. Select 'Academy, S e on any omeriiermsSubucribVrs 1 n. uUU"", !I. F.. rrCuehr 01 1'1"luIOl' and. Brsudreibtf Ductur Medicine do believe ml Unj..i
: JESSE: & wisjiing to for the and Pathological.Anotomy.% P'
GENTLEMEN.
clib'tgelber wceIYI sess all the' properties I bate attributed
: I can have three copies CHARLES DAVIS, SI. D., Professor of to them:
Tax .CeUtcterfvr Alnchma takes leave respectfully to re Chemistry, have them in 8h.1
, I' :''Nawnantville,,November. ,25tb,. 1839.HEREA9 of Augustine arid its All tuhtcriptioiu mutt be pit to lie Post Matte oj and ire piaciketor Oe myself over ten my ,family and and in an I II
Pbarmac1 tears
the 7tK inst., he Intend tht plate,wherd. sukterif by law authorized M.D Professor ofTherapeut f uiy experience baiully ,I

MOSES. E. LEVY is st: instruction of Young Ladies 1 remit theumfreef pottage.Any' ics and ftlaferia Medica. b cunfrue&those me iii inj niuuiiuilhjmta1ldiseasescmne I _
: in the payment according to hou.e (for the' ) Post MI.ter. making remittance for D. FORD M. D.. Professor of institutesand action relo"ed by reneaio' which have a specific
: : ", I County and Territorial Taxes assessed ( Mr. Creegan, present lately her, will be entitled' to a 'copy of the paper s.b.cr' LPrctie a( Medicine. ; oii the organs "" b and bowlg..uf' acenera
!
( :' one thousand eight hundred and lhirtv-nin! coroprires Orthography. year freeor: chirge.Messrs. PAUL.F. KVE:, .31; D.. Professor of Principles. and Mr. action 011 th el.w. such a* my Pills IMJV,. .
c Mtnrned owned bim situated Practice or Abernelhy laul"arll proved that all local t *
>> by in the English Grammar, Elocution:: Surgery. .
ilacbua in the Territory of Florida;'and! : Book Keeping, Geog T. ffil. .fitcfretf9 MILTON ANTONY. M, D., Professor of Qbsfetric. s enses can IM ellr IICe r-mrdie nLich have'a
the said Moses E. Levy,baa no gooda and use of the Globes DRAPERS "AND TAILORS. and Diseases of Women and Infants. cur.t a etfrcton the stomach and howelL '

-. d ..a..ty .. wh.b 4iatv.eu__ N, ... ,Greek La :ullea.Geometry, THE Subscribers have just rcei.e from'Charlea- The Professor of Anatomy,, assisted b1 Dr. Job" q q QQ.-e a 4 l
nd pay the amount of,Aid taxes: himself that method per Scbuvner usortment MeLesUr, wi uprinUnd UM' Dias.etingftoo.znd CAUTION IH-NECESSARY .
every CttEAJ -
,: ". Now, Notice is "'rebriYen.that JESSE in directing the juven f CLOTH Sof; every description, cjonsuiiogin.pirtof discharge duties of Demonstrator without, additional to procure genuine,Br: ndrrlh Pills, and j'I -
fax Collector and,jfvr the Counly of .'\i"I shall be employed to inculcate the following t I' ". fee, The Profe.aor Anatomy and Chemistry not fail to genuine ir tike the v OH eao?
the Territory of Florida will expose to sentiment, and habitu: ,Blue.! Black, Drab;, Invisible, Iron ,Bottle Green devote their whole lima to the College \ugadvke.procur. lh you ollow NHoWTobE

Me Court House in an: J county aix months ; and the public are assured Claretand'Uarinton CLOTHS r The expenses for the first Course of Lectures including SECURE rios COUNTERFEITS i 1,,

r Jate: hereof. to wit: 0:1:: Saturday the 6th day ; and competency can do, shall : Clol.BEAVER Cloth the Demonstration tckt. i. 'I 15. Students Never to'purchase Brandreth's. Pitts. .
: .. in tbe year one thonsand, eight hundred, of those committed to his ;CA3SIMERES of the,latest fashion, attending this institution first time, "i pity pO.uell.nre that the persmi selling has witboaib; ig '

L. I. I Nineteen Ibooaaiid two hundred acres of ,'S ATT I NETS nf everydescription or Matrcul.tin. $5. The.current money any of c certificate agency and U*observe an zs.xtu.
; ned by the said Moses E. Levy as ellna:., ul : Mr. B. his found VESTINGS of the latest fashions be Stae. Students .iJe. will b taken newed ; no certificate being .has bern i,'

unres of first Mte; 3,000 acrea of second the education of.youth; by 'Cravats. StockVp Pocket Hdkfs., at par. pal.r .. from that Pilla sold any g"r.kt.f'twelve

l 'r 14,200 acres'of tliiid rate quality of hud ; subjects a. were best suit .Suspenders Gloves of every description Specimens in Anatomy and Natural H tory will b mooll. dar Lter are,t is-..tBIyown

., being an undivided interest or put vf that and most, congenial lo their \IA full supply of Buttons, for Citizen and.ftlHilary thankfully.received for the mnsenm.
office tlia
f. of land known aa the Arredoudo Grant and judicial man Coats, I' PAUL F. EVE Dean of the Faculty. ".t certain supply of lie para

i- Arredondo Grant contains c'gbty nine !& < t be has ancceeJed better in Gold and SilverA Cords, Angnsta. Auql 10,1839.fTM .' Medicine*,a.23 els. per box. with fustJdirecthn..."i

4;: of land more or less, r-iiuated in th/ : of him pupils than ., full supply. If the latea and moat. asbionable HE Subscriber having been agentlor One' MEETING: STREET ..
I Alachuat bounded on all sides princijQly! : punishment. HATS. I JL the South 'Floridiati. will 'pDiDte: ona door horn Queen.Chaifoatun.

r lands, and through a part of which Grant ; books usedin this Academy, The subscribers return their thanks to the public', for that Paper ; terms The proprietor ICT Druggists never appointed A: nl'. therefore-

;' quare the Oraiuge' I.ake.Creek runs : iht of the attendance conduct for the patroniegejthey have beretoo received, and h.succeeded in I annually.' establishment the purchase only at 70 MEETING.ST. t

:" ..... which grant calls for !.h., Big Alachua :;or children. and Air. B. trusts respectfully solicit a continuance af. the IDe. I. will issued regularly. AND REMEMBER 7U'lleelnl.l. i*, the paly

.( of I he laid,aDd.Yidd'plrtor interest uf the e examined every day.. And _St Angustine. NovSl. 1839. 24-3w ppe.&nron. b WT. PHILLIPS,Agent J place in ch.r. wh. ta. BRANDRETH

r. 1I I sea E. Levy in the Arredondo ..Grant as will will be used to each ; St Aup.t. Sept J8. PILL' .ol. any own f.r Uwir "ulalit8

..."." i Vient to pay and .aali.fy the amount of her judgment book may .Idminstrator'8 Xottce B BRNIRETH. I. .
, / 1 thereon from the said Moaea ,E Levy AVING' obained Abtte. :
of administration N.Y..
have .
will
procedure an ex leU" 'on
H I Q IX months after Sold JOHN F.DRlCK.BriadWtr'
by J,
i to the Hon. H
all and apply the
costa
charges arising thereon. : to in tbe youthful breast, the the eotate iff the rVev. RA YA10ND A. HEN wi
: e, I lots of M.tte. each or lean. .. the law or emulation and thus ren DERSON, late of'8t. Johns 'Ccunty, deceased, all for. ,a Judge settlement of the with.the County Coal of St.Jehna County' Agent for St.Ancustina.
I of SETH
It JESSE } : the teachers the persons having demands against said Estate NIKER.
:' in perform are here, SON. dee.,,and final PROPOALS '.
a discharge
To, Collector fur Alack ( by notified file same ; as
*. to duly authenticated LL be
.
and
proved said Estate "**""11 b7 the, "
W nmilthe"I.for ;
Itkv; Nennansville, November. 25th 1839. within the GEORGEBARTLETT. City.Colal. -
be time .
under, Mrs. Boylau'adi- prescribed byl.w.or they will be forever St. ,July 2o h ,"Idemn
i 1 _-- And instructed by barred ; and rll persons indebted are required to Aucoato' 17183 West from) the Public Squaie, > uncn. rnDning

:2 WHEREAS the heirs of. and other of education which are make payment withont delay. LOST from a Library in this city. wall,and rebuilding to the bhnifaix by removing the atone.

,-; ., t -' I. F. CLAKKE; masters.. ABRAHAM DUPONT; Administrator. CaroU.. Historical Colfeetioha. of m.ke the entire w 14th.or. the, street feet, so u t .
, c J Imqnenta in the payoientaccordinx to the most unexceptionable? Dee. 12. 1839.,3 South Carol 3 lr. Putnam's fence.: eighty (set. fro

. -I County and Territorial Taxes assessed for ; l and'literary abilities, Ml O USE J RonMCau's COnreIIOD'. The'prnposals to deposited with 'I.
i one thousand eigbfliiindred and thirty-nine, in the city ofPhila- ST.FLORID' The borrower' will be'pleased to deposit'them at; b -

t and tenements returned by Moses E. Levy,. ; from the Kev.' Samuel B. AUGtSTI F. F.ORIDA.i. this office. 10th Nor. 1839. "- Jul,2.1t. V Clerk P.B Dt'SIAz.

I ed by George F-t Clarke (or heirs) aud ; in"tlte University of in has I e. tb Confi.
titled in the County of Atachoa aforesaid Adrain E'q.-Professor of put complete repair ; new furniture I Jbll ,
.
&c. &e. and i. hereby given fNtel
for n. demand.
; open ; IS having against A N
as the Hid heirs and claimants have 'tin ', I Philosophy in the said Uni- ,u rader the theecep the Estate of the late MARIA R. RO. .orlnert of eoaiisting .,\.
chattels in said county which respectfully begs leave to an rDI.et. T.bleand Desert Knives
upon r who pledges himself DRIGUEZ, deceased that do exhibit and Folk
to conduct they
them I
the !
made Rev. 1 duly and
I England.: Mr. Forrest Uu Pen-Knives ( sale by ,
: authenticated -
. to the Executors
lo ceciire to it character of said Estate o
:.'. Notice is hereby given, That I, JE.SE K. WhiMkcr [.41., Martin tabl.hment.lotel I Sou$hern Country.a equal to any the time prescribed by law. or they will be, within ____1 ____- I. \V. AYF.RY.Stationery .
,
a Tax Collector in and to Rev. finally
: for the County nf' Augustine C. Ranr
barred. All those ,
I indebted ,
the
: W. W. OATES.i to said Estate
: are ,
: i j the Territory of Florida will General P. S. Snub Dr. I re
expose to N. B.-Good to make immediate :; '
XTRA-Snperfine
:: ., 'i.: alibi Court House in aaid county six ; Cbns. Byrne and Antonio OiLier One and jStabling fur Horses, and attentive I qnc.t payment, to E 'white, blue Letter Paper satin finisbt
and
two horse
Carriages, and Saddle MATE0.80LANO, Instanda
;1, the date hereof to wit: on the 6th day of July : Horses for hire. Oct 24. 21:8 Ex'r. and Wafers; Premiuur color Ink ; Sealing wax.
year one thousand eight hundred and forty kn-mn on applicatjpn at and Blue WrWsf
" l ; St.Ai'gu.tiiiefAuguvt5. 1839. JTotlcc. E!'lid.Ru.li.and EOJI Quills. At the Store o\
thousand acres of land returned by the .. O The New Jan. 16. 1840.
:, E. ; ; the of Mr. Welsh York'Americn. en. ia ._ l. W. AVERY:
; Levy aa being of the quality ( << pen of the ,car Washington NalioDallnIU NOTICE hereby given to all persons' ;

-_, ;z 'acrei of first rate ; IO,000acre., of second, ; ( I I I Courier. Charlei ton.City.Georgian, and toD.. -,-- aJin.l.h._F._.A.K_. .*f W.fO..n., M n having U L. heading, lo.
eJ ;. 5.000, ler.m nf, lliinT rate, nnalit.. 9. the aunt* of visitine )Ir. Dorian's. ,vannah, ReDobiHn. R.- dec., to present the same within the time cn DC fjl H E Citn of St.
-- -- ---- are ,ested prescribed
to ar
-1 undivided part and parcel '"t the large---JC. must in justice to its amia-I week fur two rrq publish above once amtinths by I law,or they will be forever barred and all JL the has opened a, iarrlllt
and forword persons .
p known' as the *'Arredondo Grant "Wcla saytbat it worthy; of *I U payment. j their accounts' for i indebted ate required to m.k.payment to me. n the Cltylot.l. whero paper from the princip.l..
- contains eighty nine thousand acres of ... has so generally received., __Dee ft. AdmV. Cities of te will be kept on file.
,
3 : or less | bounded on all aides principally one of such a perfection. aa ,Elegant: 'Watches 01 WEEKS pEO..J.ZEHNBAUER Terrae 3obactlpUon-50 cents month. ._
par **
T lie lAnd. ; the centre of which Gram :4&)1.) alone have attained to. Jeelr' 'IX Judge of the. wil.ppl,1 tbe lon He hopes! that shim. at public ? *
4 ( : County of Sf will efr ammo
alone Ac
Dig Alachnaiand through a part of ,could pr ctice.- fWlIlC Subscriber: has just County for of meet with .
j 44' I J being a square the Orange Lake Creek t,. and system which of it. JL 'ton with a assortment of the latest ( Charles. of/Lieut. R.Lie. JF.NNINGS.'ltti, Administration of on the Estate Free kdmittance for"Mute,. of vessels and SfraiK
I much of the said undivided I i fashions of sail g er. I
part or parcel of are particularly ob- Jewelry, &c. received 'from the and selected dee. NOT 12. 'WM. COlntI F.
, Arredondo Grant aa will sufficient to pay 1 happy and successful ability by'himself for this! market, which Nort. 8t.Angnatinaaiay30,1839. BREDIEK '.
fy the amount of taxes due thereon from 1 'snaviter .in modo' with the terms than be pirchamed in Florida. on loiver blee. Cour. 5- I
.
.;i '.-.. claimants or owners thereof, together with the pupil>> a pleasure in lIe. sortment will be found.Emerald. Among 'bis'.as CJ IX week' after to the lad,e of 8u.o IN CHANCERY.Eattr* iiaric.I
: and cbar-ari.iDl therein to be sold' of industrious K* the County Court of St
I ; in applies .Aqua Marine. Garnet and other Johns' Connty for letters W m.; Marvin Phib "
.
, t'C. acres each onus, as the law directs. i Mr. Boylan' abilities are or ; worked into Broaches precious of Administration on the estate or '"r'nin.TJ1HE seph Andrews;Perkins Nkool. .
; itne Rings, Ear Drop' & r. While, Bernardo ,
JESSE CARTER, with his moral reputation, Table / :: HOUCKdeeaa.; Segni, and Dioaisia Se- I
and
Tea -
:, I j Spoons ; ,Ladles, Butter CUARlt. jut. -
! ( nYlNE
, Tat CoUtttorfor Alack** e of fitting tbe human Knives,and oth r articles of essential 2; 16 ,
If.: Nawnansvllle, No,. 25,1639.JVOTICE.. and an ornament to socie ,:A large suppl.or.gold ilveraod ateel use. : LI1joRS IT appearing the from the affidavit of the tnlnl ,
Spectacles ? entitled '
which A1J .b.e.: cause that '
t" so excellent a with colored and glasses, 'INES. P rkiD' ". .
,
plan and
Y' aubseriber'ha
Dtl4l F.
I "'1 : I CtrMte. Wate es. ., Seals, and t'rutr .iwed (aud a!. White tbe above I
I Clok. K'I.with: '
leave a ways keep wi reaanu.eief"ilboat"lhe'Tenit II
1 to assure the public tor, on choice stock rl of Florida I
:: 3 weeks after date I will i 'Irlm CuiUty, : aUORS AND iL. ; Siatea. 1
t SIX apply to to become a perma And a variety lot WlNES.consi.UnVo It U C that ;$h ;. II
,:. .., ( of the County Court of Columbia ', in the event of hi. N. B. Irbcle.o Clock numerous to mention, OLD COGNAC ,BRANDY. Andrews\ Nichimnd White appear ana answer tbe. I
; Watcfi
,

'' h i for leturs of administration on the eiUte of << patronage, aa he bibll'P' uauaU with repairing carried on I RUM Wai8KEY.Awf mended and supplemental Bills this eaizse'iib I
{;f PARKER. late uf aaid county, dec. climale. her intends promptness and despatch., The Subscri .GIN. in four months iron day of fe i pobfieatioii at" 'J
MADEIRA th
i Columbia Co.. Dee 5, 1t3. JOHN : seIIiig as low .can be I Flo WINE, this order and 1 I
:t: 30-4wI rids and .oli. a continuance purbajiD which he will dispose of cheap. 10 the thal coPT'this order be published
Florida
!
., ., I heretofore d. patronage Nov26.J838., week during.the abuts
;
F. J JAMES
t QUI CY. KEOGH p snod. Dated this 5th day of 1839. '
r ;. Money Wanted still selling LOTS on very St. A.ustine.-Nov.23. 1839. April,
w'! t Village of St. Sebastian. Estate of'Simon ROB?;, RAyIONDREID
sum of Two Hundred Dollars is Ueckham
THE i the ALL' per.nn* indebted, to the Estate of ARTHUR ,,Jitdgt Sp Coat. DitLE f. ; I
: !
,
., I term of Iwo years; to secure the upon property they iGJfy. of the .ALL'puOD.L'iD.cllim. against the 'fee. A
L I of which.'good freehold unincumbered .." are re.peetfoIlYln"iteci de.,are lat make County of St John. ; / ; q truecopyIC.P.GIBBS._ Clerk. __ i
':' 'j I : will bo offered to then requested immediate payment. ,And Connty dec., are 'ale"orStJohn.. .
I : mortgaged. Interest will be paid those having said hereby noti6ed t .
against iNeUe. c
e'I'le. t
S 'i I For further F. L. DANCY. to are requ..ted t ivedemands, duly fle 'thi noi pee' 'weeks aAer
particulars, apply toj4n.2 present ihedduly' authenticated, b to'the Jadge
authenticated
". 1 I I within f .
JOHN the rim. wilapp'r
> ; : r ,..,' .. prescribed by law, or they will be forever ; those,who .th3CcwntyCoaflof fer
barred in 8bD CHD'J
II i l 1. : by his Attorney. Dec.S6J839. debted are required to make TDee. I o If admini.tntion I
IJ' j EDMUND WALLEN. payment.' 'ftn, ft (
; I' AdniV. iJVAJ pUJ
. j'. .. I I ,31. HUMPHREYS, Adm'r. CIEFJ4K.lt.r, f ( East. Florida;d! ,
j,O .,-";', I I I Dec. 3.1s. ?. !
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