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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: March 5, 1840
Publication Date: 1838-
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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."
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,. '- TIlEIs Prom fie Democratic Review, mained for him to do was to prevent our Lying own nobility single handed, but with their nobility INCORPOIlATJOlU.-ln, a former ,article we attempted .
& USA1&3)D THOUGHTS 'ON''UIE TiME.Nothtn j I a republican sjate of society. This ,object he backed by the money kings and money of ? << to enumerate,some of the evils which .il
.. "- can be. more demoralizing han'our' accomplished, ih rocuring the adoption of the the titular gentry of England, France, and Hol are incidental to a system of chartered Banking : '
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't.." ', .., Dank: Give po'er.lty I. funding system andxthe( of the first !land. So of State and lJ
:,nobility system. me neith r incorporation long an amount bank ; we alluded to its power as'a political and ,;;
oJ1ZtIt m l1uqQJUUltra nor riches;,(was the prayer of Agu ,) lest I Bank of the United States. It was the only way stocks have been, sold abroad, that it is probable Social! engine and its influence on the destinies of 'w]
.' I 'j.. .? TELIatLD: EYUTTIW&DAT, bo full, ,and dray hec, and say, \V 10 is the in which he could have gained his end. To the the lords and bankers and brokers of the that free and happy people. In the coa'no"or' .

,m'l' AnEm ( (jtcnrsm, Lord or lest I be poor and steal,and take the evils of all other kinds of aristocracies, landed, eastern hemisphere have as'deep an interest as that article we promised ,8.1;briefly,on the.,subject '4
;jrm DOLL***'ttx .. AT.oLe IU.LI't ham 'of rrrysGod in..vain.1' As the whc o op ra- feudal, military, and ecclesiastical, tho American those of the western in raising the prices of certain would admit,to com pare incorporated banks .!1
lion of our bonking system is to enrich anc class people were wide wnke. But of the nature stocks. Some members of the British House'of with chartered c mpa.uiao( another descripl, '.,
t ;10.'I- YEJUU.T IX, AX> Al'fCLI of,men by impoverishing another it > ould be of moneyed, ,corporations they Knew,but: little. Peers are said to be holders of American securities -lion,and then to exhibit tho dangers "
I ?* .,. .,.WR.il ...t'oe.J)! t., per +9aar.r' doWkult ;\0' devise i a JJLS2rei.ec'c'-' rw;of, Here was ,a;)oopholeor.,aristocracy 19 creep in the amount of millions. The orders tct,around them,'and the liability ,'
,.i of tlrnertlurrabd1itt 1,elitsfdi'etathtreeb de!ftro1tifg.t-tbtttOLtui t c'feyrit '1i rte ;IItat rand true.traits IiWII:1u idIougohara a4 fbrlh .CencrtWQ'aaieat toawuroe,tho debts overthrqw of &Uihatm,hold;dqor tt. '": "" "' .
egnentonei. "Loniitradtcr .a thaptade uiskt proportion and which is so favorable to the practice of Christian soon took advantage of tho only opening, left to of the States were receive: will bfl
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square. and VirtaesiT It forcntrance, and now occupies tho and street, Jund:
to tboM who adv rtiaebj Iho rear. republican .length or July Jast/duly .. _.. '.. '
,, From the inequality wealth, which breadth of the land. \ authenticated by the sign manual of the President We'op posc' chartered companies first 'pn'tho
I J. this system produces and from the .fli tuations As feudal privileges could not be more[repugnant of the Bank of England. :They have since ground of.their monopoly featurcandsecend.. .1
}P\Dm fortune that it occasion, spring mr ny more to the principles of the American Cgatitti.tion been confirmed by similar orders from the house Iy on'the ground of their comparative tniaW. :

Ol'KINC. of the vices of the times, that men imai[inc. The than arc.tho privileges our banking interest t>f Baring & Co, of which,Lord Ashburton is We are persuaded that private, enterprise if ;.
.5T KOEEKT Ii.tjlUBI.T6N. Editors of the Southern Review remar :ed, some enjoy the downfall of our republican {institutions the hend. The New York jounals devoted to tho free from the arbitrary .restraints of the, law w-I
0, the bprin the beau Ttil l d{>ring years ago that the most frequent caiso of intemperance might have occurred at as early !day ns stoc jobbing interest, have duly responded to would soon successfully supplant special privileges "ji
It amUetii and vhinelh 01 every thilll' \ in their part of the cou try was, was confidently expected by Hamilton, lit bur those or dors, and the lead'one among them'hIlS ;"' and that the individuals god in
debt. Candid enquiries would show natural resources had been as limited as thoseof that we should with debt ?
1 lore not. piingt I cannot beer probably proposed begin a these undertaking and tho publio'-x o are to
This kind ut tic..kle"OlDit weather, that this is one of the most frequent ca scs of intemperance England.. But, happily, we had a widej extentof of three aundred million dollars The British na. support themwould be ,unequally bcnefittcd. .J

Tiui.tningling up or smile a ad tear, in all parts of the country "Drowncare uncultivated land, and as men were oppressedin tionaldeLt Va3 more than fifty years in reaching Large, investments of capital,.it is..true, would .
f And *ua'er the aanio an h< IIr together.' k in tho bowl is an ancient re< ipc; and, tho East, they fled to the West. But they can the amount. it is proposed our Government not bo so common, as under the present arrangement i
moment mid its sunny .1 I though it may be shown that the r< mcdy U 1v no longer, or if they fly the bank pur.sue- should assume mono year:! The foundatbn ofUte ; but all works of internal improvement
:' Is shining, bright ai hope, before )ou ; worse than the'disease, so long as the system I Hardly has the settler erected his log cabin and British nations /debt being, however once would be as'surely if not so rapid y accomplished. \
,I The nett, and ere you cross the way, continues'that overburdens men with debt and gathered in his first crop of corn, before he| finds firmly laid, it has' gone on increasing, in some I And in the end Instead' of- being ;
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'T. run ing like the mite Fief, o'er you care, so long will thousands annuall r become his little property mortgaged by State authority periods at the rate of ono hundred, and fifty I burdened with enormous and oppressive debt ;.j.jI ..

I love'not spring: its' Moon<< ung flowers ,the victims intemperance all the pr lisworlhy to establish some new bank, or perhaps iiicreaso million dollars a yearV lt is'now upwards of which must hang like an incubus on our, commercial I .1
Are very well for: poet's v r.0.. efforts of the Temperance Society to t! ic contrary the capital of some old one. So far has this been lour thousand million dollars..I ,But, i if this sys. energies, we should be free from'all ':
But be that feels its sunny 'Iw'we..... I notwithstanding. II carried that the public debts of'some of oUr new tern be adopted, where will be the limits of our debt. Both'domestic and foreign corpofatfos .
Is apt. in prose, to vent It: car.c<. I Nino times in ten, poverty and tl c love of States and Territories is equal, man for man; to national debt! No where butsin!! 'the ability: of are 'therefore useful alone for'private bed, .
Give ma lint season nf the ear, I finery are the cause' which fed women into an the public debt of Great Britain, and more difficult -: Europe to lend,'for there arc no limits to the disposition and are of ho.advantage in any point of view .
, I' When nature more sedat ftrf\ft. ; ,unhappy;course; of life. The girl gro sup, but to bear, occaasc the interest must be paid of our rapacious nobility tosquander.- to the public. '
Can two ,r.', ills more cal I y War, at tho time pointed out by nature for marriage, abroad. Then support American crediV;' abroad, But before bringing this article to a clout; we .
t U.f...... they're felt aino I the ro.c.t' it is at least doubtful if she will have i n honorable This nobility system in disguise, can be dish must the faces of the American peoplejbc ground must once 'more recur to our John Lav'system:

1 love not Springs though i rub it come suitor. Through the cornpetitio that prevails guised ,no longer. It has caused a silent war down ,by hard taxes till their condition:will be of incorporated banking. .
The a wallows from their winter Ulion, as to who shall be first and wh > shall be tare.in society ever since its introduction Among worse than that I(of the serfs of RussIa. / hen In this country it Is true wcjmve notite! nu "
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Arid then is heard the ecaw leva hum greatest, the standard of living i is big! icr than it us, and an open rupture cannot now be Pr \'ent.cd. will our bank-n bilitysystem be fastened upon bility, no,orders,of knighthood neither Kingr
t Of nil the insect geneiaii; ought to be in nearly all ranks of for tune; and Either it must give way, or our republican us forever ; or, if ever cast off it will be by Emperors Earls, nor Barons ; but we have a .j
.' I'd rlher have a cheering lire, ,I few like to marry with a conviction t mt loss of institutions must fall. They cannot coexist weapons,: .of another kind ,than mere truth andreason. ( I nobility far more numerous, and not less,powerful .
A battle of old wine" bald! re me ; caste must be 'a necessary conscquc cc. Tho much longer. | than tho of the "Aris 't
.finch swallows I tuuchmoi o ndiutrc, : ... son must have a prospect of living i ii i the stylohis' Virtue is the soul 'of a republic.iDut! what The American people have: to contend with a tocracy of Wealth nobility," the Barons Europe of- mono .. .;.
Than those which now ae flying o'er me. father has lived, or he will hcsi :ate about virtue will be left among us it this moral banker wily and a powerful foe. Yet to suppose that ey. Here as in Europe, too masses paper live,for: tho

'1 love not Spring : you *ei rch in vain changing his ..condition. The emba rassmcnts be not eradicated they will not ultimately be successful, is,to sup. : benefit-,and aggrandisement of tho few ; they .j-I
.r The in irkwt through to C nd a dinner,' which attend the raising of u family n country Intelligence in tho great body of the p ople is pose that the cause of humanity, which has been" i are road thc" hewers of'wood and drawer r f ,
,.- AuJ scarce are able! III ob" .i .. where all kinds,of business are very \ rccariou, necessary: for the perpetuation of republican in on the advance'ever.since the year 1000 is now : water" foKUiis paper nobility of the land,:,and ;j
Enough to fi-iuta Voung Le: rIllU.' ', 'ma kcs it a matter of common prude ce'in men, stitutions. But how are the great body! of the to retrogade. Whoever contrasts the' state of : as a matter of t palace and <.:
Let maudlin mi.sva Ion: tu ace ", who hate nothing but their industry to'depend people to find leisure! to acquire intelligence, ,if public opinion with its state only six years ago, rise sidcKby consequence side. What doOW'. ':frislo.poorhouse -
.. : Tl e charms of d dt1iChlfuheasoll ;' ,upon; to postpone marriage to a late ay, if not in addition to laboring for the support of themselves will not despair. Then there was hardly a pa- tors-do they no .,take their own sloulders *.'
Such' cluiins: I used couTcvs, to me'Are tor c\'er.o In.the meanwhile, the girl ailsavie. and families, they have also to 1 labor per in the: country in which' the subject was discussed the responsibility t iolaling upon lisp Federal Con.Rtatution "
\ \ surely an}thing but pleating.' tim to the wiles of some cub of a bar k director, for the support of a nobility; cither,titled >r unti with any degree of freedom. Now there as well os tliiig at nought the sacteel ;

..H' < ,, or perhaps to the bank 'director, himself or of tied 1 [ is' not a State, and m some States there is hardly : rights,of individuals They 'grant patent: ,
,.I"-.t WITCHES. ", someone else who has been'enn bed by the Religion itself so long as this state of: things a county, in which the evils of the banking system I.: known as charters, 'w nre'openlY801d in '
:- \ Sheridan-lus'langlii us how t..,know'one of this system. The love of finery so natura to the sex continues, must exert but a comparatively feeble ate not exposed with more or less boldness, I pur legislative hulls foi Kjutsc&c.; Thw. J }
'lutwi"We'.tlaa;| wLe* iliisf, ur 'viuforluue to cumor'Wt hastens ,her destruction. That love is greatly influence among us. Before men can]! live as and in'some with great ,truth: and eloquence. If patents, entitle bodics?of men\ to certain] cxcln' .
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, .. .... i1hi ( '.I'.Ia J ,..: strengthened by ,the.manncr in whi :h she sees brethren and love as brethren; they must be the,leaders'of tho Democracy will only .act ini the privileges; such instanco _
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lieu we11.rtu) d 't auW'4 Alrrnltfg ipt1Ik; those women aTrayethxvhose fnmilica have been brought into a condition moro nearly resembling such a'way as,to show'tai-all; men that th.eY,i1re. out at ; oa.falae: ,0;
; nay rags or popcr-lMnIitg : capital ........
I And hialih'i iwect Iit'U"tinge youthful cheek enriched by speculations. If, in our that of brethren. ,I governed by noble 1puip 30 and enlightenedview -and refusing in the.end to pay their legal > .
v\Vbeu tlra bright rite power tTuplnyc,, country, the men are unwilling to c qdurc any NV'e have sn id that an open rupture ca not be ,*' the hour of deliverance may be nearer at debts. Fraud is thct which the y
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! AVben Tbuitgh, nnidciiiy ": land:r'lb'' euliuieitU i its iofiet' tefi'tai.1 d- vcr great inequality in any thing, norc especially prcvc:.tcd. We ought to have said it has already hud than many imagine. Society: now ome- I whole fabric rests. \ W-
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, Are viMieher* hit the b silly of'the mind- will not such, women as arc v; :ry fond bf occurred. "We are," as Mr. Webster says. times makes as much progress in a year as it Abbe Correa one of the most shrcwt', -ifIIi'
I fit hi"id, sir icobc ..I he poor or rich i. ndmiratian'patiently;' bear that the charms, of "in the midst of a revolution, bloodless as yet!" did formerly in a century. / observing, and sagacious men of the age, 'once
: others will be set of! to greater advantage: than And bloodless we hope it will continu to be We must not be misunderstood, neither must observed" You call this n free country, and

,itch their own. The degradation of a gr xxt numberof though our opponents have already, on more our meaning be. perverted. We arc no agrarians in theory .you ore so; but tin practice you\arc- ,
women is a necessary consequent : of all no- than one occasion, had recourse to n rrrs. One no levellers. It would be as Impracticable the slaves of Ikmnk.'und privileged corporations.

! '0' here I lies rntumbeil old Roger Norton,. bility systems: but the bank nobility system effects case' is such I hat the only weapons ire can use to procure an absolute equality of condition You can neither trade* traffic, nor travel,'eieer,' '
t:; ',\Vhov sudden death '''',oddly, brought on ; this in a peculiar manner, by causing a arc truth and reason. The nobility system of among men as it would be to produce an absolute just as they please.' Who can question the ;
.. Trying one day his coins to mow ofT, love of show to pervade all classes, and at the other countries baying been established by/on, equality of stature;, and if it were practicable -' troth of this remark.-AVw Era. i iT3'D i
I : 1 The furor rli pud and cut his toe t U'; suii.c time putting it out of the,pow T of multi- and being supported force, can perhaps be it would not be desirable It ice,'on the con .
(' ,rj &The toe; ur taiher what it grew to, : tudes to gratify that love in a legal > ny, Happily T gbt rid of only by force. But our Amcr can nobility trary, very desirable that an inequality should exist --- ? IJ; JMr.m@lW.;
AiAn inQ.oiaiioncjtiickly,flew to ; population does not press so clc sely: on the system being founded fraud and sup- ; but it should be such an inequhlityns'would .,.. e "
a. 1''Tho parts then tiwk to anonifying.And means ofsubdstenCcin America,'aj it docs in ported fraud, can be got, rid of in ro other spring up under laws affording equal.protection For iMJleraU. '
poor,.vld Koger. took toi dying. Europe;'and hence, notwithstanding the cause way than' by effectually exposing the Lure of to rights and imposing equal, responsibilities : -
above mentioned,the number of worr en who are that fraud It is said that the people of a certain and be solely owing to ditlerenccs in physical BANKS AND BANKINGS-NO.' it

FIT AND rox. '. compelled to take to this unhappy ex urso of life, part of Ireland, in order to vent their indignation or mental ability, industry, economy,enterprise, I remarked_in my lash| number that banking ,
' :'t\, Tlie grave of IIr.'y..zio IVe.tmin.ter'Abb.y. It.within is still few, compared: with most, other coun- against a certain bank, got together:: all such of prudence and those causes and circumstances is ot comparatively recent origin. It was' during ;,
.! eighteen<< ,inches of that of 31 r. Pitt. -Sir Wa-! tries.. its notes as they held, and publicly burned them! which human legislation cannot control., and the middle 'and 'thcfcxuberan.
iu-r t Cut,'. lines on the two great'rival talesmen, arc I But we never shall: have done, if v c should attempt The American anti-bank men will not.act after ought; not to attempt to control. ages, upon ; ,
as besntrful as they are appropriate: 4o trace out the connection < ur bank nobility the fashion of their Irish brethren. Neither must we be supposed to be opposed to warm, and sunny,soil of Italy, that't'isIc i d of "
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Where- thought lo tinman pride system has with'inherent crimes and views. History affords many examples of nations BAXKIMG:' of all kinds. Bank', in some form or luxury and aristocracy;* was, germinated" 'anJ '
The mighty FOK'S chiefs sleep tie side tear by side, What 'e have said already, will be properly struggling for their rights against priests and other, have existed at least since the commence matured., The Romans had! \abernit\argen i i a

'Twill Drop npon trickle to hi grave* rivals, bier I appreciated by thcscj only who June minds to against kings but this is the first instance 'a ment of the Christian era. Banks of some kind, tana; their argcniarii, and word accustomed pc-
O'er Pin's the mournful requiem soanJ. trace causes through their multitudinous opera- people contending its liberties against cor- we must have. But it is not necessary that they cuniam in fidem but the bank banker
And Fox's ball die notes rebound., tions to their ultimate efli:cts. It is for such only porations. Monstrclct does, indeed, mention inhis should be papcr-moncy-issuing banks, with cor deponere; ?, : ',
4 The rolcmn'echo reems to cry- that we write. And such men know that ,Chronicles that the Paris corporation of poratora exempted from the liabilities which and deposits bore but slight:analogy to,ours t
Here let their discord with them die; modern treatises on crime and pa per ism are, butchers' did, about the year 1400 govern that ore imposed on all others. There must be men 'Out English word ".bnnk'iS"d ,r.Yed "fron '
8 peak not for, them a separate doom, for the most part only illustrations of the ulti- city, and thereby the: Court of Franet3 whence to receive money on ,deposite, to act as agents the Italian .* banco** signifying bench. The Vu..
Whom fate made biothers in the tomb ; mate effects of positive institution? which'operate ensued a struggle between them and the landed between lenders and borrowers, and to deal in i ; f '
'W But search the land of livin; men, unequally on different mel bcrs of the nobility;'and Sheridan describes the East India exchanges; there'must, in short be bankers.- cation banking at its commencement in Eu.'
-; Where wit: thou find their like again !" community. Company as "deposing Princes for balances of Place these bankers on the same same footing rope__was exercised by Jews,' who,seatal:.upon ,

Again we say,if we must have a nobility sys. accounts, and besieging towns for non-payment with those highly useful members of the community benches? in jthe market place, fonnedout mdneyhence i
A Ahul'ramENSIO'f.- recollect once being tem, give us any other rather than this. As is of notes of hand." But both theso were only the butchers .anti bankers and we ask no our word ubank." The first regular '
\ very much amused at ihe relation of the justly remarked by the'venerable ohn Taylor,, contests of privileged orders: in France' betweena more. Deprive them of the prerogative of and bank which 1 i
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jToUowin? anecdote, from the lips of a very ami of Caroline county, ,Virginia, "a no, ion exposedto corporation and the feudal lords-in Hindos- coining money out of paper, take away from 'permanent p find'anyrecord' ,
nblc: and withal very modest widow lady in a'paroxysm of conquering rage' has infinitely tan between a corporation and the nabobs and them the privilege of niver paying their debts was at Venice, 1171' for the purpose of aiding j jth '

few Jersey ,Soon-after.her husband paid,the advantage of,one subjected to this nris-: the object, in both instance, was to decide which except when perfectly convenient to themselves! <<;" Crusades, and lasted, during, all the. muta. .
slcbt of nature, leaving her his sole legatee, o. tocratical system.;' One is local and temporary; should have the privilege of plundering the peo and resort to proper manures for preserving the, thins of the times for:' 527 years, until! the dostruction'of i
tdaim was brought against the estate by his brother the other is spread by law o.nd'pcrpetunl.- ple. The spectacle the United States exhibits is individuality of the citizens, and you will thereby the Republic. BubicqueritlYmany
and a process was-served upon her by the One is an open robber, who wan; s you to defend that of a long plundered people struggling that abolish your ** nobility system in disguise. "
r sheriff of t6e'county., who happened to be a widower yourself; the other is a sly th cf, who empties they may be plundered no longer. i Then bur republican institutions will, not im- others were founded in'Italy. The Bardi dnJ '. I
of middle age. Being unused, at that: I: your pockets under pretext of paying your The contest may not soon be decided, thoughit moo intelybut in the; couse of no very long penal Pcruzzi were among the first to afford cxamplcj
time, to the forma of law though In the protracted debts. One is pestilence which ,ill end of itself is the opinion ot many that the bank?, by stop begin to produce their proper and natural of bankruptcy, involving\( many merchants and ",
lawsuit which followed she had ample ; the other is a climate deadly to liberty. ping payment twice in the short period of two effects. The advantages that flow from discov. citizens in misfortune ; pn'CCdcnts.wbfcb hav.I .t
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opportunity of acquiring experience-she was "After an invasion suspended r ights may be years, have already given the death-blow to the erres in the sciences and improvements in the _
much' alarmed, and meeting, just after the departure resumed, ruined,'cities 'rebuilt, and past cruelties system. Be' it so. Even then the dcith struggle arts,' will not then be confined to a few, but be I since, been ,improved upon, from: time to' time f 11'fl
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of the sheriff.iwith a female friend, she forgotten; but.in. the opprcssi i< n of the aristocracy may last for years, and the care ses of the diffused among all. And, as our natural resources I until in our ,own day ,it has become fearfully
,c.tclaimw, with much agitation, "What do you of paper and patronage,tl eric can be no. ""great monster," and of the multitud of"little are boundless, our nation will exhibit a picture prevalent. :
... think 1 *,*Sheriff Ferine has been after met""IVcll respite; 'so long as there' is any tiling to get, It.. monsters" must' long infect the moral atmos- 'of prosperity which will excite the world's. The early banks of Europe, I believe:, weo: ,:
aid,the,considerate lady, with perfect be with wealth ''as thereis admiration. I .,
cannot so long The
glutted ; phere. greatest swindling system the world -
all institutions of deposit it I left for
simply was
"ho is fine man" But he ;.i
I coolniss, a very any thing to fear it cannot be glutted with ever knew, cannot be got rid of without much THE HORRIBLE Sua-Tas asuaT.-The Washington _
'says he has an attachment tor me" replies the pdwer. ; other tyrants die, this is ic 'm i1al." effort and much suffering. correspondent of the New Yoik Star, .a more advanced stage, of civilization' ant a
.widow. Well I have long" suspected ho was. The nobility system of other cou tries are part Let not the people feel too confident that the speaking of the Sub-Treasury bill ::aysul have t wider extended.commerce, .t'o'add to tho JiScnI'.
attached ,to you, my dear. M But you"don't understand and parcel of their' political ins itutions, and system has received its death-blow. Individual not as much horror of it as many of our whig I operations of banking the functions of discount.

,- -he another says li affair,must 'go to child court.don't" Oh tthat's ,have their legitimate sphere of act on in the different credit is exhausted,corporation credit is exhaust friends, I believe that every little political capi. J and circulation. A' long time elapsed, however, 3
'' quite my ; you departraciJts of Govcrnmen ;and divisionsof : ed, and State credit is exhausted. Nothing now tal can be made out of it by the party in power,
go so far as that ; it is his place to come to!court nobili system being remains from the establishment of banks, to, the appearance '1j
society. The>American f to be done but to exhaust the credit of and that its practical effect will Ix;anything I
you 1"Effect unknown 1o'the Constitution can operate tho United States. This the speculators are preparing but carrying oat the hard mon y project; on the ,of paper money. Tho first bank establish-. j

effect! of railroads only by corruption.It to effect, by procuring an issue of Treasury contrary, it will lead forthwith to the issue of i I cd for the accommodation merchants tI was af : '
rjRLaiRoads.Thc diminish considerable degree was introduced at a 'ery'rlr day, even notes under ,the plausible pretext of enabling Treasury notes in such amounts asxto meet the I Ba'rcelona,1401. It is,not mf Jwnt0traco .t'
must be to in a very before tho recognition of Indeper! dencc;by Robert the States to complete their internal improvements pressing demands on the government, ease the flbnoConou tt
It is the of %) t
:
number-of horses. that history bonking throogf
,the computed Morris, an' Englishman, who, inn. time of but with the real intent of raising money market, and establish a circulating medium t
there are in England 1,1200,000 of those useful animals public embarrassment which 'prepared men to the price of stocks in the market Their next or currency of undoubted security. So far, t detail and intricate masse wbjch obscure its .

which''consume the,produce of 7,000,000acres snatch at any expedients procured the passage move will be to induce ihe General Governmentto therefore, the much required relief will come, [source; but shall aim toglancapfcilosoph-
of land of act to the Bank of North A. assume the debts of States and increase and it in .
an incorporate me cannot come too soon any shape. ( ically ot the i intlucnce they exert upoa the welfare !
the bird said merica.. The system would, how" \'er,1ta\'c: acquired the aggregate debt to \the highest possible alount. After all the wild outcry that has been made, 4
A life in the woods for of society.'So iI
me,as yen but little'' strength, but (or Alexander Then, with the interests of the General what are such remarks as those above but a virtual '
it escaped from tho cage. ; Hamilton, another Englishman monarchist Government and cf ill the State Governments confession that the whigs have endeavoredto I long as Bank-notes arc convertible, at J i

. '. I'd be a butterfly; -if I could as the catterpil-- appears from his own declarations, and a dc- closely interwoven with those of the money cd make "political ,capital out of it!" but that sight, into, gold and silver they are for all the !;
;Jersaidvenhesaw the bcautaful1nsect hoer voted admirer of the British ord r of things.If .- corporations, it may be possible to get rid of the finding their efforts.:upon the eve of complete: l!t carietlPurI'sof e\changes equal to them; ,but
!nbout and brush the dew' from a rose. be could have prevented it, a republican form system, but not without a"rctoluiion," and that frustration, they are not unwilling to view it as it cannot nevertheless be denied that the gold e:*
"Paitt for a reply !" as the pussy cat obseb'd of Government ;would not have jbcen adopted Hot one that will be fcbloodless." an act for general relief. It will not have passed intrinsic value because it
when shQ jjcratchcd the dog for barking[ President and Senate for life wis his plan.- Highly important is the crisis. The American the house a month, before it will be deemed, by (itself: has a sltl.rior ',
her. But this was rejected. And then all that re- people have to wage a contest, not with their these same wh'gs' a national blcssin .Bitt./V/ '. nmy be converted into lasting useful,and orna. t
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,i ', ;"- mental utensils, Awhile the latter is in-Itsclf !! ARMED OCCUPATION OF FLORIDA. trics vxccpt with a few special exceptions, have;, which all countries have received ,in d like con-, ThcIContested: Election. -
worthless. When banks SpocA of Mr. n :STOJC. of Missouri, in Senate, Monday, fundamental laws against the capacity of aliens!:; dition; waiting for armed colonists; who will associate we have considered the efforts of the,Baal.
'.... ." :Vey. notes are payable: I January }12.1 140,in reply to the objections of Messrs.tston 4o hold lands within their limits. Almost all nations first in blockhouses and stockade sta- Whig Party to contest the late election for Cferfc'i"
; ,. sight in spook, they, arc liable to greater contingencies Criaetdtn. I P ,and Strange. ./ have these laws: above all, Spain has tions, for mutual support: and whowill- find of the County of St. Johns, so much of I

,,?1i:9. than the metal they represent, and of Mr. BESTON in reply to the various"gentlemen them, and has inflexibly applied them to her,! their inducement for thus settling, in recei wing that we did not think it chOd'iplay c
the bill and eohclu- from the Government a home and a farm in a worth while to 1
course, of less worth.. who bad spok 'n against in American possessions. ,These possessions she, ad.
r actually sion of the debate, said that he would begin withrcmovin has guarded from forcjgn intrusion with Cerber. country which their arms h! \'e' defended and vert to it in our last; but as it has been broWM t I c
'A primary objection to modern banks is :the brush and rubbish which had In-i their enterprise explored. forward the 1
r son e can vigilance; and a fundamental law of the !, by opposition with so b'gra''t
', :. artificial capital on which they arc bascdihcir,; been collcctql and piled Up before/him to obstruct dies,forbids the alienation of the soil, even by, [To be continued..] and parade, or, in other words,such false' -aJ I

insolvency, or inability to meetrtheir'Prom iscs the pro,press and impede t9U. passage of the king himself; 'to any but a Spanish subject, .1 have been made that statements ,
will
: i\o". to, pay!!jn that which the bills' should represent the .bill, lie alludcdUp the three large grants I and a Catholic. Even if valid then in the hands we take-a-little
' Duke of the Count of Pufio i ST. AUGUSTINE : time to review and correct the'matter. ,
The incorporation of banks and .to the Alagon: of grantees, these grants would be invalid in thq;
f consequent llostro, and )un Pedro de Vargas, which had hands of their :American claimants. Thursday March ft, 181O.! The whole affair appeared to us* to be a 1ame-
L abundance of paper money,!add nothing to';actual been brought into tho. disc ssion by the honor- Such is the invalidity of the grants which arc effort at special pleading; or by to : ,.
,, {: '!t : national wealth. If the notes of these cor able senators from tho Uyo Carol ma-s who had paraded here prevent a bill of national inv; "Principles and the People. tiesse the the puilicinloa belief that roguery fi.
11 spoken again the bill, [Messrs. Preston arid from passing; such the scancrowswhich wrong bad
;asgregato : Strange,] wh had i invoked the ghosts of these portance are to frighten the Senate from: an act of Democratic Platform, been practised by the friends of Mr. Da. .
wealth of a country be augmented, Opposition to a National Bank, fraught with
' may grants, ,and cprcgcutcd! them as valid titles, useful andnlm< indispensable legislation. But as But the effort.was a perfect failure. .'_
T>yth&employment capital danger to our; free institutions and the liberties of
in'harikingIthe; all
; now owned"the y American citizens, covering I not done with these yet. Invalid ash With
1 .. am grants the regard to the St. Augustine precinct
from its and et
: people, necessarily con ,
L. great
In other investment. of Florida who make
"' \ ante as any The supcrabundancc good Innin'1l e peninsula they are, they contain monstrosities which 1 1I '
would Jjur settlers out of possession: after : were trolling power over thq general currency and forts were. made to provjj that the Hon..DAB
'. of money; particularly paper, induces turn/ I them abhorrent to our judgment. They!
business
','" a high I price for commodities. ics which teem they hOlJ/pa ificd tho country, and bring the i calculated to take all the vacant land in the two of the country-Opposition to the present LEVY was an alien, but this effort will fail for
to/uvor may whole,of t neno're upon the Treasury of the United Floridas; to sweep every acre which"had.been Banking system, as defective in principle the fact of his being a citizen is known to the
the mechanic and Agriculturist but and unsafe, in practice, and requiring a radical
"t' for in for their lost lands. All and to
States former to. "
'
,. ; icmnity left by concessions; convey Executive of the Territory,and the Executive
", '_ I. suCh is Dot the case: ,because if their products th/was bru h in the path; which he, Mr. B, the grantees, not merely principalities of territory reform.-A total separation of the fiscal concernsof of
.r warm d high prices, other things will ndvtincoimprecisely would clear way before h. proceeded to the but to include bays creeks and inlets, the the Government from all banking institutionsas ? the United States, and is so clear and,conciliate ,

I,} ': samo_ ratio, and more ofj ,his' more seriousfiinistrous' work. All these grants, with their mouths of great navigable rivers, large extentsof the best guarantee for the preservation of our that it is wondrous strange that men of commonsense
f cur fpquences, wee paraded before us seacoast, and a vast number islands both National Ind pcndcn .-Encouragement and should employ so much of their time to-
'
.. 'act, must: J>e given for those, he consumes;- but support to all banks,based sound principles .

: to impede ou march j but they arc nothing in the Atlantic\ and in the Gulf of Mexico. Such upon to have it'otherwise.Testimony '
.r one Jndlviduagains"i t therefore, by: yen- scnr croYsothing but the skins of (dead was the extravagance of these grants; and to justify I with the ability and disposition, at all times, I try w

3 L .: ; products ales. high,price is.1..06t' ]>yj i thetiiecbaserso crows, stuped and hurig up ta,alarm the visiorl[ i .this description tncnnA... I will read their i to redeem their.bills in Gold and-Silver, and an was also introduced,to pro.JoiqfaRCTES '
p no addition is made to the and shake th nerves of the living birds.Thcso boundaries, and the rights which they proposed. express provision in all bank charters,requiring who is alleged to have yuted, was a m.
F aggregate grants, sir, all (dead Dead many times I to'convey.' ] ample security to be given to the State for the nor. Now if the Bank Whig Party had not determined -
wealth of the,country.. Moreover, by!] the dead national lawdead redemption of their issues in specie on demand,and
Dead treaty- by .
over.
jy 1-, Mr. B. here read the and referred to some desperate and rcckfmo''t'
[ grants upon
j. abundance\ of paper money a. J) \ycr.it thrown by inh,rent fr.lUd--dend by impossible their extent. the perpetual subjection of all acts f incorporation
.
into the hands pf the directorS these institutions I condition d aid by transfer to parties incapable ] tote control of the Legislature. ,they would have inspected the poll-list! ,and
,them.. These are comprehensive Such arc the extents of these grants-such seen that John Reyes did not vote at all 1 What
i ;dlamctrically opposed. to' the interests of of holding their boundaries such To avoid the necessity explaining principles
and bold ass< rtions ; but not more comprehensive comprehensive rights shall we think of Ban1c-'IV1rig veracity !
the to the Federalists who oftencr
and classes daily theirs
poorer middling r Because, with than the facts admit, nor bolder than the proposed to be conferred on the rantecs.- change -
_, jhese bills they.majr .nionopulisuj' i any of the necessarics truth require The: grants aro dead in every There is no occasion to look upon ;.the map to than a March wind, many of the Northern With respect to the North River Poll, about,

of life, and compel, ,a whole nation form in whic i they can be viewed ; in every aspect tra :e these boundaries. One grant joifw! another Loco-Foco papers keep the above creed standing which so much has been written and printed in -

'. ,cither to pay.their pri.ccs, or suffer.for the ""nntof under. hich they can be contemplated. and the three together cover every inch of at the head of their: columns. It is ,a good, one times past instead of proving any illegal votes, .
The 8th artic e of the treaty with Spain for thrcession ungranted land in the two Floridas !. They were the proof was that tb'ycro legal, and no testimony
them. The wheat and be committed to
in the United
States profitably b-
may memory
crops. of th< Floridas, contains, in the English to take all-to take it clean, from the Mobile
r : have. teen? controlled in this. way1,for the'last;Jf ew translation,!} ese words: I bay to the Atlantic ocean; from the Southern every freeman. can be obtained to prove, thc'ontrary_

-" : .)'au'Iland the consequence; ; has been exorbitant 4'A11 grants nade since the 24ih of January 1313, boundary of the United States to the Gulf of i I The point, indeed, seemed -to be abandoned ;

,\ : price for flour. This evil would not be likely when the first iropj..l lAlajei'tjr on Ihd l'alof ills Cilhoac I Mexico; frum St. Mary's to Cape Sable; with Parties in Florida. i and reliance placed upon the alleged fact, that ,
i for ll eer"iou of the FieriJas was made all the adjacent: islands m the gulf and in the scn. '
the at that was not opcnt.d'untir
I \I .t to occur l in country where the circulating,me- are hereby.declai red and agreed to be,null and void." It was an attempt to eviscerate,the two Floridas; In Florida is every where el ,.t\Vo parties exist. poll precinct *

I diumi' specie, because. no small combination, i of This is th English translation, ns found in to disembowel: ,! them of every acre of vacant The one is known as the Democratic, Republican between and 5 o'cloek, r.M: -, when the law required .

-. "i pdiviuiuals'could; withdraw (r regular !trade, our version < this treaty-the- Spanish text is Jand they contained-on the eve selling themfor' Party. It i is this that embraces and sustains the it to be opened at 9 A.ai.and close at 5 r.M.

., ..ttuch a large amount of specie as would be rc- still stronger. an immense price, for five millions of dollars views of the Administration Party throughput the The fact i is, that the poll was open all day ;
[I ere follow the \Spar.iaJ.] and all Texas besides the United States. '
'{ ::4 i .qulrctt to create such a .m nopol).. ., ; 44 Do remai-,i annulled.and pf.no value"-: Such Supposing the'King of Spain, to to have concealedand Unionand its motto is : PRINCIPLES AND THE but the voters hot being willing to lose a day's

A bank of accommodation, which discounts are the term!i of the annulling clause in' the upheld theset=rants, and it would have involved PtofLE." Principles, for without them, \' labor to oblige the special Inspector oi'the Bank -

d .evc'aThdainount of iui capital :stock, .can never treaty,' and ey arc"' more than equivalent to him in a fraud of the most scandalous action becomes debased and corrupt; and we in''party, found it more convenient to select the

d. '.bea a condition toa redeem,, all its.notes,.at our "nullan raid. But either are sufficient ; character; but he did not conceal and uphold vain !look for any thing like political stability or most suitable 'hour to cast their votes, and thw

, eight, specie, !unless its loans arc all payable clause and wen to thq] come grants to;' and the that application application of this is them in so;doing he proclaimed, approved and his cancelled good fuilh,them and saved; and moral virtue. The People,'fur it is they who arc I[_was when the labor of the day was over. Is it

i r "on'demands Hence it becomes almost an ax"ipra made,b}' an i Operation in the exact sciences, be- JCSTICE the task of annulling them. the real wealth of the Nation, and to whom we ( not a strange objection. There is not a pretext

,{ :; i ? that any bank: which declares, a dividend i j..i ing nothing liut an exhibition and comparison Annulled in,Spain, no' Spaniard daring to invoke must look in times of war and in times of peace; J.that single vote.was lost ; on the contrary it is'

i t':,: 'I i unable at all times'to redeem all its notes afloat, of figurcs- ures, not of rhetoric, but of arith- or to avouch these fraudulent grants, they and whose i industry is the Strength of the Naj j I Ilion. shown that all rote But the veracious Bank.

r r>jI' in specie.. This docs not always invalidate the metic.made after The th nnulling 21th of Jan.clause, 1918.vacates The all dates grants of were become incapable the'p'oil in of law American of receiving speculators.them,, who and ,I j Whig contend that none of the, North_ River men

f.r : bill,to fee' sure,but it does show how all such in- the grants inTo question, arc r who probably gave but a nonnnal-price for It is the party that embodies in it the principlcs were entitled to.vote, and yet-would they complain

: .,, (. .slitutions arc at the, mercy of public caprice, the Dukje of Alagon, Feb. 6, 1818; them Our countrymen arc full enterprise ; which arc most favorable to religion and that there was not sufficient time given to

:: ::?,{ ,; and, it; shdws ,ns conclusively,.too, that doubts To the Co nt. of.Puilon-Rostro, February. 6, and these large grants properly divided-made virtue,to.a tolerant and enlightened system of;! take! more illegal. votes J' Oh'! the beauties of
,
: banks which 1818 ; nd into a sort of Vuzod stock-and distributed to in- : such an one will not secure -t' consistency sent their faithful ambassador "
tr :' ji anddaDgenqvenhadowaH, : arc 01618.Thus government as only They -
1' .
To Pi de Vargas April
Don ; ro Ilucntial men in various parts, might becomethe i
; '; ..r' i I' not conducted with 'profound sagacity, strict in- :. all thjrue of the grants are posterior to means pf worrying Congress into a compromise the citizen against laws which oppress and 1; there to get all the'vt.tcs for their candid.

fZ<; ':" ,, 'tegrity, and great ;financial nbilil y. 'A shrewd, the 24th of J nU \r181i3, and in the languageof and thus obtaining some millions of dollars interfere, with the rights of conscience, the rights ate,'and when they fail, they cry ",tin1 ing fish"

:,;:,, k.judicious tanker may calculate with a good'dcr the Span! h text rein tin annulled and of'no or millions of acres, to be divid<:among of person;and the rights of property, and which This is all that the Bank Whigs dared to show.It .

" greo of confidence, and ..sagacity upon his regu value.This. the shareholders.;, Tim Ls the form which'the arc the emanations o of too- gross a l legislation.We .- npPars.somcwhutcuroustllatyhe<< } did not
sufficient
wool be but it is not'on ; the enterprise of some part of our citizens takes.It .- '
'' '. jlo.r deposits, but he cannot always provide a- royal ratification of the treaty returns to the is' now' lvcnty-l\vo )'cnrs' since the grants arc.for the greatest latitude 'If action ,and go into nn investigation: of the Picolata and Jiioc-

,' go. nst contingencies; some sudden shock :may I same point! xxifies these identical grants the were,made and cancelled; it is: almost a quarter speech consistent with the proper excrcbo\of, casin Branch returns. From Picolata 1I be

j L be given .to'confidence which shall produce'a, ones' intendedcle to be annulled by the eighth nrti- of a century since they w re.killed and buried; these'rightsand, .thetrue dignity" happiness and found two sets of return, different from each

',:' 4,hum.for,specie, and no bank.wkb. its entire,cap- and dec rca them to,be invalid in the bands a gcncratiour grown up, to \rhom their his- safety of the social order. other And on an, examination, the. discovery
of ibo g rant cs, or their assigns. is and for the first time
Mtalafloat, can resist tho shock-suspension is Lair. D. her i'read the nulhnurit of these grants, tory they mako a stranger thclroppcarancc;; now,in Congress, forbid, The other Party embraces all those who. base would be made,that the exemplary ambassador

K'Ih 'itable.- From tha.above premises may" be by the Kin I.,5 i i the ratification] tho National Legislature to touch them'affirm their actions upon fanciful superstructures and I he' who had been hired .by the Bank party to

,< deduced another immutable fact: :: that no' well Such is th ratification of the King, Feidinand"nni their'validity,and threaten to ruin u* at law Hf; political theories; which involve the human mindin visit the NorthHivcr Precinct, to make due, report

, k:' 1//I I: ',..,conducted- .bank of accommodation, which! in- !the is.that Seventh of th_. President precisely and Senate conformable of the Unit.fitatc. to it-, we the grant them in to which our military enterprising colonists! Suchis citizens a labyrinth of perplexity and difficulty, and was also hired too to Picolatn-riot to
manner these
.. i lends to act in perfect good iaitucan safely loan Cd T ic ratiiicauon pt me n senate, andU .with their dead, rotten Qnd putrid grants are the emanations- of visionary_ schcmisu. and obtain the original poll.book-fur that, informal

t", large amounts I of' money for: it long term of e proclam: lion of the President, Monroe, referto stand up' before us to arrest our legislation! Sir, sordid minds. Such arc the modern Banking a| it was, had been deposited in the Clerk's office .

V time be:the security cycr.vcf. good: ; the special( ratification of his Spanish Majesty, I proclaim that this: bill for the armed occupation systems Credit systems-American Systems- some days prc\'i.msl-but obtain q' new
is the
; and bottom eiroct his. Such
;, j.: J pxccssive Issues.of bills produce a compound, and the ratifications t upon of the treaty, under treaty which, Florida, i is intended to take these iden|i. Protectire Systems, and all those other systems, return, differing entirely from the original The

; 0 evil. A primary, consequence is loss ofrconfiwdenc these grants nrc to be set up, in Florida, and to cal be lands true:,and that no I say member what Congress c\'cry.Scnator, claiming knowsto so well calculated to depress the industrious 4 laboring Bank Whig Party must have been hard: run,

.r' a j enncomttrdcprcciation; and the result take some fifteen or twenty millions of acres of under these grants, can'vote against this bill- classes, and to make the poor,man thesubsu'ient I not to have furnished a"more respectable outfitto
r' 1 is alike'' to' the incorporation and bill land. Such] arc the grants which urb4o be en. Senator tool of the their
.' Injurious Our rules forbid such a vote ; and the cunning and crafty. very worthy and abstemious crnbassa-
forced in of the in which '
, holders. In the of these institutions is co iris justice judges from North Carolina [Mr. Strange has acted The friends of .
power : the I Constitution which declares ] these various systems have embodied dor,than a pledge to pay when in funds Query:
arc sworn > support a
'r:- i concentrated wealth of' our nation, nod nearly a trea ly to be the supreme law! of the Und." making worthily known and justly the ,relation by stating in which his interest he stands, ahd themselves under a variety fascinating i Which is the true return 1 the first or the las tf

< .subjectto j their i; ,Control/* .the ,entire financial Dead by t caty, these grants are also dead by towards them: Far from'being arrested,by the charms, all of which arc designed to build up i Now we.come to MOCCASIX BRANCH: where
jl "... and commercial interests of our' ; It is national lav and for inherent fraud. On the Aristocracies-to exclusive Mr.
country. opposition and the menaces. of.these claimant, encourage and distinctive SECUI got 15 vots and Mr. DUMAS 2. At

.tp ... \often said when a bank stops payment, if it ,has i 24th of to cot Ja o mary the Florida, 1818, the to King tho United ot Spain States proponed ; that opposition and menace is a reason for proceeding classes, based upon wealth tcnfpmerty; this place no appointment of Inspectors had

r.:' .j" I assclssufficfcnt to, satisfy thee. demand against! it, : and, in the t ninths of Februaryand. April following action with, both the to.rebuke bill-it and is a silence reason for the energyof claimants substitute the shadow for the substance-to been made, ,in.co consequence of an Order for

s ; J ,that the public? will. sustain no loss;,the assertion and injfore the cession is consumed, he instanter; and to create adverse and'meritorious make the great mass of the people dependantupon withdrawing the volunteers from t station;

S has no ?ou.1ation iq truth, die public do and cedes away ho whole of the vacant land which claimants under the Government. I am fur the few who assume to themselves: exclusive but contrary to the general expectation, that or
if word in the
1' the Floridns contain. Now not
: : will lose. It'will at all events lose the use and a breaking down such vast fraudulent claims. I virtue and excellence der
.:. : treaty had t ccn said on the su bject, the whole of distributing morality and finally! I was not enforced nnd they remained. On
I :J I : interest, of its money,.and, often considerably, the grants E o made would have been void for am moderate for n the, soil of its the citizens country I in to build up a central.power that must result in the the'day election three persons here took their

'I'... j., more. Take a'"casein. i point. : ,I presume the I Union fraud;:and the King of Spain would have stood, for the cultivator proportions against among the speculator-for; am the overthrow of human liberty. stations as Inspectors, without consulting with,

'i:"' : I Bank at Tallahassee has some sort of assets before the with. drld as having committed he a fraud- military colonist against the avoucher of the The Democratic Republican Parly favor Edu or in any way giving the,electors an opportuni. ,
hand what
.? :: I. .to show for every dollar it ,1 llSdtsc untCd. ,Its giving as selling awes} with one the other. But the was King secretly com- Duke of Ala unthe\ count of Punonrostro, and cation,encourage habits of industry and promote ty of observing the forms of law; one of these

t Efo.; ..(?o tes are 30 per cent, below,par,. and it has mipcndod : milted no Ir md. He signed the grants to soma Don Pedro these.dcj enterprising Vargas; I am for the and country therefore, against I. social fellowship; and .recognising the cordial! was an alien,' another a non-resident, and the

1 f.1. :.. ; ? specie payments. Now, suppose, this.inlOituYion .; gentlemen u f his household; but he repealed and I shall push tho bill with gentry the more; vigor since principles. of liberty and equality-its: memberswill third a relation of the Bank! Whig: candidate Besides

' .? .. should. resume -,payment, to-morrow' annulled th m. He did not leave itto the world, ; they oppose it. inculcate morality, religion, and Christian this, five of the ,voters, were shown to 1>anonresidents

? there wpuld be a.loss- of 30 per .cent"to all- its to tho his judiciary mis,null to' and the void.municipal lie' did law,himself to declare I Having cleared away this rubbish, having removed I charity among all classes and. orders of society. '; and :jet the all-purity part assumes -

v f I r ,;debtors, and a like; gain to::.all bill.holders.=J In what honor gr and law required; and rebuked, at this brush out' of his'path, having shown I to. be the only tones party.

I' cash pf resumption it would -have ,a right"to dc,* the Mme time, the insult offered to himself in that these Spanish grants were nothing butscarccrowwsMr.B David Levy-not au Allen. Charter of St.'

: .:nand specie or,' its. equivalent from,all its t debt-, the conside alion pretexted to be given for the which Senators. proceeded had made to answer to the the bill.objections And Notwithstanding the very kind and Chri tinn:" i. The restless spirits; that Augustiuc.; the .Bank
compose
I for h- ull contained this false like efforts to disfranchise this
', I ors,and. who cannot see ,the bankruptcy and ni- grants; ?y pretext: first he wished: to remark upon the term War, highly respected Whig Party have failed in another t()
1 "It being t e interest ef the crown that the un citizen the 'Bank attempt ,
,
: I in sucha measure would bring upon, the Tcrri. which was constantly used in this debate: and Whig Party" h ve not succeeded the charter
cultiratcd 1 1isls ndsFhouldbegiven togrcsit capital- gel city amended without having the
the use of which term seemed to nor will they succeed.
tory Is not the such gigantic clo- carry 'along They have not
: entrusting in that be andctrtivated
i on cr they may peopled with it the idea actual war; the idea of campaigns proved him to be an alien and to their courtesy to tell the city Council or the citizen:
mortification'we
m oats.of power in! the,hands of incorporations from which flow the advantages nrd battles between two and any thing about it. .
with the true interests of the pointed out by alt politicians." The crown had powers; tell them that David Levy is a citizenof ,
incompatible .
peoI from this idea flowed all their! notionq of the legislation One Bill
provision of'the as it thE
t "i interest in and cultivating passed
.. pie' and the wet. tM9ofLb Republic! Guard the no longer nv peopling and Government action, appropriate the United States; known and recognized as t I
Council '
I ; : 4 the Florida*; and so the consideration sug.gcstedwas we learn was, to divide little City I
,,hydras as.you may-restrain.them by Legisliativp also and fraudulent. to the occasion. Certainly there*was no such such by the highest Territorial authorities, and
Inhabitant
containing 2,000
thing as warm Florida. There were no battlesor the authorities into face wards: !I
by highest
at .
enactments then popular end the dead Washington.The
against
array Doubly t grnnts.a1'l' arain'upontheir '
.. Another
f campaigns there. There had been none such was to take the the
1 .f' vigilcnce: nay, popular prejudice if you will, condit ons which'were impossible, and, for two years; none since the affairs of Okeecho- Bank.Whigs have been ,barking up,the Council to away PILOTS. power 'rom
u safe with us un and still no check can be applied to them."Their bee and Caloosahatchce in December and January not
former,'is anti-Republican i ; the,<< itiducncc/ dilion.s wer ; to people and cultivate the country, 1837 and '1838. These were the last of turb the harmony their chuckling for all the knowing what he was about, rejected this tAirl
: and to pro ote agriculture and commerce; and warlike operations in that Since then world. It atiemji to subvert the will of the'people.
country. would be cruel indeed
ifounda.libnsof
'
they militates the to
.t exert directly: against for that pi rposo to import negroes,'and to import deprive Two '
i' the Indians broken and thousand
dispersed driven total inhabitants
into
; them of all their comforts !; to be cut up
f all our institutions.. ION. them rue of duty; an importation which and consolations their '
... ly out of the field have prowled about in small
; fire
parts! This done it
JacksonvilleFeb., : 25, 16-t0.. *: ,cannot be r rude: under our Constitution. bands, committing murders and robberies by benevolent :efforts- so well entitle them. to.- and the Whigs think ,

\t!" ,, [Mr. B. I ore read the conditions expressed in treachery and stealth: never facing our arms, Enjoy then your short-lived comforts, for soon would make ,a very comfortable barbecue-and
"" "; "" -: ', this grant.] ti and flying nnd hiding so that it was impossibleeven you will find Mr. LEvY in a fine chance to make Whig Speeches.
I position that will
... ': t! I 'Far the Herald., Here a part of the conditions arc impossiblefur' to find them. This is'the state things in be quite to ,In sober earnest, what do these restless Wiig
distressing
",1..11.: EMToK-Would, youor some of your fur' any gi* to perform; such as peopling, Florida; no war, nor anything like it. Yet Senators your ambitious and un-. want this ancient of 'for,
sanctified views. cities to be cut,
so
and the and up
',.1> correspondents,, bo good enough .to inform the cultivating defending country; part use the term incessantly; to which I should unless j
lire uncons itutional, and l1-rninstlaws! nnd treaties have no objection if merely used as a term descriptive the whole is too severe a mouthful for
a y ''*public thefedvaniage eoft so :many crooks nnd such a importing and the whole The Bank dispepticsj and what the
negroes; of an unsettled state; but they attach party Embanador. do they want to deprive,
:' ; "turns Mist"' Ssa-Wnll of our; city! Under the arc false r nd fraudulent pretexts because the grand ideas to it; they attach the idea of campaigns The mission'upon' which this faithful functionary Council of the right to appoint the Pilots t=ut
-P--. t ri+ formensupcrintendant ,it had a regular curves cession oft! country was depending nnd was and battles to it;and upon this erroneous was sent because .
consummated.Three we believe; was faithfully they are too honest and faithful 1Conflagration
.t,6omoltiink) if is now dona by fits nnd starts; but soon idea, are clamoring for 10,000 regulars,or 10.- and executed
tir jes dead in tho hands of the grantees, 000 milita, to be sent to tho seat of these imaginary with great diplomatic skill: ,but the SUPPostd at"Sta.
r !h'-+ "ccrfaialYthia should not be thc.'atosqunnd r these grant s.have another death to undergo in Party should teach him
hostilities i ; when the three to five thousand one necessary lesson of We
: understand that the remains of avesseU
.
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I people's money. the hands c f the present claimants They have which are already there have not -been able to instruction,,vhich should amount almost
; ,, ,-.- __ ,' : all been t nnsfi-rrcd, and transferred to aliens. get a fight, n skirmish, or hardly a, foot-race in Whenever it to impeachment having every appearance of being burnt at sea;
a ';. l* They wcrctransferrcJ, probably, for little or noconsiderati two years. I object then to the term war, with becomes necessary. to are strewed along the coast from Matanzas to
the
il* to it I
-y tu. ; wish Senatorsto temperate osquito Inlets. Masts, chairs, and cabinfurniture *.
,
saSd to the crew, yen about to weigh anchor.'ai"Grentifcry hands nullified to American citizens and spars .
I they were look to the scene as it is: the warlike virtuous citizen, on another Mission --
and little wool," ns the ,1-1 1 1 said who would be incapable of receiving the trans- actually finished since two year, and operations the should ir.struct.h, to be more care they are among the"remains-all beamingmarks
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:, ;"ft 1T' "'k11 1"-"JgaUOn.: I it;:;;embody ing; .a m < Scor astounding'! t' bcrs begin to gct'tired this} everlasting President ,- PliOCLAWATIOW EDITORIAL CONVE TIO N. ; .

The CbmmitfoobaBanks.ia the, House, of and, as containing -principles>'which, 'if cai ried making talk.. Thor Opposition ,have endeavored By Xlobcrt RaymonilGOVHUNOlt IlJltl, are The hereunto Editor subicfibed and Publishers, forthe'or Florida,whose of pitting names r ;*"' -' .
"urpon
f Representative*, on tht SSth.ult. made 0. report. out 1npractkewill; to tho ride Of FLORIDA. the! business
always secure p< ople to Geu.lIarrison'intopowerupontbe connected with the Pres, upon a more .. S
KING
that
it is made known to me
result of heir investigatiou of tho affaire ** certain ,foundation, those .:
d the FKEEDOM AND nrDETElCDESCE. Cumberland Road, and the Administration! WHEREAS was cotrfued in the Jail of Jack- preventing disagreements S' srhicb .

purpose
tyf: ire. will, publish .it AS.soon at wo, can make. peal all the Bank charters of the Territory In the Senate, various subjects of interest escape of niUiam from-Rajfcnburj said Jail and or is said now county at large.NJVT has. made bis around their interests those safeguards which expert- r f fcuce

lt. Srhirnmdi4le has taught them are to their protection .
: necessary
fOCICDfor have been brought forward. Run.Governor ;
know'ye. that ROBERT RATWOICU
of tho The ,Uulou Baikk. afaiust-the frequent looses unstained by carel. or :.
', liabilities' "Tho Union Bank'has 'never' for 0 mo neat On Monday, the bill for distributing the public of .Florida by virtue' ofthn authority vetted I fraudulent customers,do aerco among themselves, to .:, ".
S
tq'le 8093,910 89 in t Jaw do berety'ctr.r reward of TWO '
Bank appear me IIY ,
separated its interests from lands' debated. The Salt* Documents adopt the following prices, and to observe the follow
which, her immediate OA.Kb those of tho Te TitoTJ. was IIUNDUED DOLLAltd for Ihe opprtbension of ;S *
meet rules in the
lug of their business.
are ony! .. 05,021 ;39 -Report of the Directort.' offered by Mr. Benton were ordered to be prin; the said fugitive and his safe delivery to the custody 1st. TKUIS or management SoB cairTiox.-For weekly {-. ,

Ut.I Against this>vc'sec that'tbe'whole stock < >f the ted. MK: Denton from the Committee on Mii any jailor or other officer of the Ten itory, of Florida' Five Dollars per auuum. Bellli.weekly papers: paper Six :i:' .- ', S

Deficiency of immediate assets $028,205 50 Bank is in the hands of 235 persons, who have tary Affairs, reported that the Quaker memorial authorised Ki5Q GILL;to is Like about chiuju.nineteen of him.ytirs of age, five feet Dollars per.annum; and Daily J papers Ten Dollars -:' >
In all in advance
annum. cases payable and
no-
\ I mortgaged their: negrocshouscs and lands t it at tha or eight inches h,dark coniplexiundirk hair, per 1.' '
should lie on the table, thus leaving subject seven new papers>> to txseeut,till the ninii..y is peid. _
"
the,1 liabilities, is the sum of and black mal ked hand the
Among $533,333 i extravagant .prices as thcZ azisofa eyas oil one by partial :
Jae/m/ai- of Bull Dogs to sleep the sleep that knows no 2d. "rSIO.S orAuvaaxisisu.-A single square of 4 x
"duo to tho Bank of the United States! i rick : los of two fing rl )1H word., or an aJ..ertisementoccDp1ID Uwt '.- *: ;
: 47ipf theseStockholders reside. in NVest : space
waking. Mr; Clay has made another mightyspeech I Given under my hand; aud goal of this Territory. .. ,
of 100 words the usual advertisement ,if u., -
The Committee say : Florida; 237 in Middle! Florida, and one rep -esen.ing every one that he "make? now-adays is this 15th day of February 181ut\ the ,City tfTallahassee. tended by cuts or blanks,. for $1 the first type, uiseitiou. I

Such is the deplorable condition of the U- l 20 shares, in East }Florida ; and yet tt e Directors superior to the last, one would think if the..facts, RODF.U.T Uy the RAYMOND Governor. REID. and .75: cents fur each continuation. _TW.O or, snore i
Bank by itt own figures, and the committee
iliaD
in the : AdverUsetneuU
ofthis rotten and fraudulent concert have otherwise that he like in'ne the bf squares same proportion. ,, r
not J. McCAirs Florida.Notice.
denied were was Secretary I
been access to
having private accounts, containing One and a half,rquare,.and ks than two j
can only add in explanation. that of the fcnor- the assurance,to call 1 it a Bank of the Ten itor)'. better for age and keeping. In my opinion;he t is I will be charged as two. Where advertisement are ;....

moos amount under the heads of stock notes discounted IT Is-to .the disgrace of the Council that sane- like one kind of wine, and one only, and that p IA ,LL,persons having claims against; the estate of i writ without any "pecial directions M,to.the number .*::.,*-
notes and bonds discounted and bills of 11L. WATUASIEL STEVENS, late of St. Julius insertions required it will be understood that they _*
tioneI:]its existence: but. we have, no dou'! t that claret, cLrctksesits: ,strength and color by age, .
exchange, 8,353,9'l9 is loaned to the 28;; ,. Cuunty dac", IUti hereby notified to file their res pec- are to be published untilfarbid they will! bereiflcf lie, -
jharcboldcrs; 'which $1,941,970 30 is loaned, Congress will render i it harmless.. and is filmed into slops by that mighty .leveller Live demands, duly authenticated,. within the lime continued at the discretion of the publisher and.. S

upon their mortglpaYable in 1&5S 18GQ When the subscription of stock'was made time. The House have endeavoredto, look into prescribed by law ; suit those who are in auy way in charged ac ortllu; to mba foregoing ,rates., Legal adtvertisements. .. .
I debted are required tu make.pavmenL. S .of which tb. tern publkalion is ',ed
jSSf 1864 1800 and 1835. hnd 8514,953:27': of this Bank.quite a sensation was create d and the secrets of the Committee room on elec: "
ilarchS 1H40.' 47. W. -W. OATES. by law, will only l>e exempted from this rule., .For
I 'I tlter'4CCuriw... or the balance under I several individuals of East Florida put themselves tions. It appears that in committee, tho Democrats 'W1HLliALE .& REtAiL standing yearly MlvertiscuieuU. .fJiO: per ..quare.Yearly .-: S

,this head' amounting to 81,127,044 35, the'committee to the trouble: of journeys'to Talla* assce, 'arc ready to report in favor of.the peoples # : advertiser" who rmew their advertucmcnut,, ; 77,' .
knows not when it was loaned, how loaned Grocery tf Provision Store. will be charged $>0.' and allowed rite space of four .; i
where loaned, or. to whom loaned; how payable but could get neither stock, nor money, which candidates from New Jersey,and that the NVhigs D 1::. CAlCIt;: & CO. are now receiving a aplen i J squares in the weekly papers. $7G iorthe UIM... 4fe. -J

,where payable or when payable; but ju'dging they would gladly have taken, at that ime in are not ready: to report in favor of cither. They i did assortnietil or( articlen in their fine, and space in the semi and triweekly papers and flCOiu ,',
particularly solicit unrchakers examine articles
from other transactions it is quite possible lieu of stock. dare this evidence make |Jo to now the daily papers. Where the .durli.emen1ll0nfrUJI
I not print: or a report i received 6y Sch. Uudine as being of the choicest the allowed. Un excess wilbe! charged by th.
Uiat.the names shareholder3 may beholden as When the second subscription was >pencd tho House for fear that a majority will be found I description having been selected in New York, with square.space Aavertisemeuts. mom a aisunce.. musi. .DC- accompanied ,-

*security a partnnd that i in the wholesale and the S Eastern but lied i in the greatest care, for this I1rkeL .Our stock consistsin with. lha a respectably tnwu
''reckless manner! in which bthcr transactions people again applied, ap to set aside fraud and the brvail teals, and brirtgin part viz: reference be money. or I
must given.All
hare been conducted; 'the, discounts might be vaintfor although Commissioners were appointed the candidates of the people. The. Democratic TEAS-Ilyron Skit J', Young and Old Hyson announcements candidates for office,* will lx, S S .- .

found something like the distribution of the yet they were only announced in ih public I members of the committee, ask the other : in pa peri,Imperial,Gunpowder.&e. charged Five Dollars for insertion during the canvas -, '

shares,, mostly divided atn&ig a selected few papers and had no instructions; and the annunciation -! members to report against: the Democratic con- SUGARS-Loaf & Limp crushed. Porto Rico, S
who whatever be the futuro St Croix, White and Drown llavani. New Orleans. communications which admi..ible.
may turns in their All personal are .
,.affairs are not now in condition to mak\, payments of their appointment and the expiration tcstorsjfthey please<.'; .but no, no report i is to VG; MOLASSCS:: -.New ddean, Trinidad: St." Croix, or comn-.nnicaiion relating to one' individual aoairs,

of large amounts. of their powers were about simultaneous.: made until after April, unless the House byl' a Su ar llotwe and Syrup putT, of new. inventions. -new goods, new,etablih-
have obtain And this Bank professes to be Territorial COFFEE:: --Old Government Java, Rie. St. Do- menu candidates,and the like, will be charged at the,
"They sought to: from the Bank, yet a direct vote instructs the committee., to report iningo.. and Ln!!uira,green do. .
advertisement .
information as to tho character pf the debts duc, Bank. We .arc happy that the vcjrdict of forthwith. A resolution of this kind has bcbn Tu( U \C CU-Cuveudih. Plug: and fine cut chew, am 3d.* price A BLACK a< LIST slisll be kept. in each establwUmeut S '--, "

the Bank besides those of the stock notes from the people I is against it,and disown it. 1 hey arc offered, and will doubtless pass. The contested i itigof Airs Millers' Cb"l'lluuSnjeaut.'* and 'A.Campbell' and the name uf absconding arid delinquentub.cnibera
Ihc stockholders! and that they have: been denied .Manufacture: ; Snuff and Cigars uf the S
Jhoaewho their without
for of its charter unconstituti\\ ( stop papers.
a repeal as m21and from Penn. under consideration
scat Naylors)
information on thetulijectlit the Dank!! Such ( I Cus!>t quality. S. paying np arrearages) shall be published lot the be.- -
.a course on the part of the Think: was not to be void. now. I have no doubt but what Ingcrsoll will Olives, Capeis, Olive Oil, Sweet Oil Bice. Indigo; alit of ihe craft. And the namea.of: the<*elinqaentsof S
the Committee. Hl eil1!!., (round t'enner. Alsiuce.__ 'CluYes_ aziciCiuiiamoTi __
anticipated by nibluhntent khall be .
.
copied
.J'ull'llIl be accepted, as the duly electell'member; and any one mutually
The Committee further I IVc in i and j Ib'paperll; and published in the paper of each other.4ill. .I
say: \ learn that Capt. ,Gardinicr with a i officer that the Democrats from New Jersey will jbe Cloven, Nutmegs! Giiiger, Pimeuto 3aliratu JOB WORK shall be considered as.ca.h. And

In arriving at their fari and conclusions, and 15 men, fell i in with a trail of India: is at the sustained. Yours truly, D!. Caveune I'epperl'epptr Sauce.Alum. Coppera; payment demanded on delivery,except from regular S '?if
committee have depended mostly replies Shot, Flinty. Percussion Caps Poweer, Blacking; ;
of the President of the Bank. upon All thatpassed Calico Hills, near Magnolia, and, foil wing it, A proposition to reduce the salary of the Commissioner Pipes, Mat, Kopc. Fnh Setn .. Flies, and llookt; customer. The prices of Jobs shall be as follows! : ,C.trds, J S .

in writing, is appended to this report- fell into an ambuscade ; ,his party was fired on, of Pensions is on the carpet. I think Chalk, Shoe and llur e Crushes' Candle Wick, pack, $:> per pack ; 2 packs$3 per pack ;over 3 pack .
contains their Coffee MMs! Ink. Black Sand, Wafers, Wrapping; : Jland il''., $3. 51 ....
If it any mistakes this explains the and the officer killed. The Indians re in su.pcrior Congress should begin by reducing own $2 per pack Pamphlet, per -
Twine. White Car Variegated in Dall and ,
I .source Information. I i' Shaving page. Blanks fuolncipand letter, $25 per ream-
S force, and the men retreated, I la A ing the pay first. D. Soap; Hull & Son'n Patent Candles, Lamp Oil, $2 per quire ; folio post $5 per quire-$40 per re uu : -

The report is a labored document,' and is one officer on the ground.: .- -----__ ---. S LIQUORS-Otard, Sisnette and Frejch Bmndt: Theatre or circus bills. never less than $5. per ..,1. t

of the best, if not the very best 1 State paper,that The blood-hounds seem to be'doing rood bu. MARRIED-On Monday evening last, by.ho Holland and American!. Gin; St. Croix and Cherry and III high as $10. according to size.
; EVARISTO B. to Rum; 5th The of showmen, and other .t/avelling ,
lias emanated from the l..c islath'e Halls of Rev. Mr. Rampon, Mr. USISA names j,5
our siness. Information from Middle Fbi da states Miss MART ANDBEO, daughter of }'rnncisn., WINES-Port. Sherry, tnJeira. Muscat, Malaga, professional characters who go off without paying '-, "! .

Territory. Tho committee; have bad to grope that two of the dogs followed up an In ian trail drco, ,both of thu'city. I Samoa; Bottled Wines dilferent kinds Champagneof their printing bill, shall! bo, placed! on the black list. ,'"CY
their in the dark least }' various brand; London Brawn Stout and American and published for the benefit of the craft.. Jyir
at with but
way or such recently, and caught one Indian. 'Tti cy throt. "DlED-This afternoon, of congestion of the Porter. : .
rules affect existing
The above not ta special X
glimmerings n* served "tb.mako darkness visiMe. brain, MARi, eldest daughter of I.Y.. Av tled him, threw him down, and secured him.- S Fruit.AISINS contract of the present year. But coiilcacts vartaiu 'I- S

:." Tho committee deserve the thanks of their The Indian, on being relieved from h s perilous Esq., aged 4 years. I 1JJ> -Bjnch and Ulooir, in whole, i and alLtt from them will not be renewed.

country for tho zeal and have -SIn J / boxes Sultana aid Keg. '('he Lillian and Publithais of Florida whoM names
ability they c.xhlbited '
J I .
j situation, told, the men who had chai of the
; I'\SH-\lilIS.: ; 't xhemtelvesin
in I go rigs:; Citron Lngusn Currants, urantierries, a. hereunto annexed., pledge in lioaor.
endeavoring to expose the rottenness and would find the otcuiucr Southerner1 from Chat lesion the other observe the Rule.. ,"1 I '
I dogs, to keep on they more In. Maco.! Cnrrouay, Eii'INh Mustard each unto tu foregoing :
of, a corrupt institution.. | dians-which: it is said:' they did,. am' captured via Brunswick-Mrs Oatcs & servant, Mrn Hoff I'alt Nuts, Filberts,: Soft and Paper Shelled Almonds iu the management of the business or 4 eir!d ifJ'e relit" f
I Jas Pope & servant, Thos Blander, C S Lovcll, Orau'es, and Lemon establishment t *1
four more-This lalk,is not certain. That one C. E.: BARTLETT. ;
Abolition : USA, Jas Martin, John Martin Rev F II Rut- I Prov sioJs. .
.5 ; movement. Indian has been caught by means< f dogs, is ledge, A \Walker, F Barcalow, Win B |Mf- 1.2 and 3 Mackerel. in whole unit -,of the Apalatkiealt Gazelle. ". S
Thc restless spirit Abolition to be psil-Nos. JOSEPH: CROSKtY.cf .
appears certain. Lean & servant, M'Murray. ; Herring in Kegs, Herring in boxes;
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flet alouse! again, if we may judge from what we S Pork, hams Smoked Heel Shoulders the Afttaeh'uoU .lfrit't. .5
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It was reported at Black Creek, fcitcrday, Tongnos 5 J. B. WP.BB. S I
Sounds aud Butter, Lard "
*:ceJaour exchange' pajkrs.: Why will not utJl1mlitIl UCD\7mifJlUa! j ; ; S ...
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the TallaJuutee Star. .
of '
S that a Mail Rider was shot recently i t ear Tam Soda. Butter. Sugar. Milk mid Utica Crackers; : S j
zealots let this: matter alone 1 The slave-holders 'is ". Fine and coirso Halt, Flour, &c. &c. SAM. h.SIBLKY.., I ,./ .
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pa. however a mere report an give it as .
:desire; tunnta' their slave useful, and happy $i ,Slarilware.. cf the Tfltoiiusce flSTIJM .-.
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such: should '. ;
-we not wonder it it wcr ; true. J. M. GOULD .
.but ;when Uu'ir rights are continually i intcfercd C:* PADES, Shovtls, Axes. Broad axes, Locks, of the florid Herald. S .
Postscript. KJ Knives, F.ucett's hinges Rules, Latches, _
-with, I i\\ cannot lie expected'that the master will Jus :asour paper was going to press-the : POUT OF ,ST. .1UQVSTINEij Spoons. Fish UO, kJ,;Uar Lead, Garden Hoes. Castor S

remain on neutral ground, lor on friendly terms. Steamer Cinninnati arrived from Kc *, Gimbletg, Shoe Knives, Curry Combs, &c. &c. 1EImAJP OOQ)1ID( ) ; I
Biscayne ; .
In y ARRIVED. Also, au assortment Ul'!' received by the Steamer Southerner *" .
our of the 5th last we said that '
paper July via intermediate Posts. Sliebriii. !S, no news 22-Steamer Southerner, Budd,, Charcston'fa or Tin Ware.OVERED I Iaddi.ionat. assortment seasouable Goods.which
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Ihc next Presidential election must turn upon of importance. The trail of three :Indians was Brunswick,. \ Kettles, UI1Ul and Pint CupsCufI'dI will be sold at the most reduced price, II'tl. L. LTOK"'

Abolitionitm. The assertion turns out to be so. discovered a few days previous to her leaving Steamer Charles Downing, Houston; Savannah C I .. Wash Basin do. Palls. Oval Pans.Round Stores-conu'un' in part of,the/oliowings ;, .

Tlic Whigs and .Abolitionists have united in the 'I Pan's'! ,Japanned Sugnr Boxes, Molasses Cups, Candle 1C yards brown homespun for 9J, ;
; Fort Lauderdale by Lt Boyd oft, e ArtHerr} j 10 yards Calico for $1. ,
: 4--Sch. Lurana, Swasey, Burnt Fort, Lumber. Sticks, Bread Baskets Craturs, Small.'IVa Trap,
'nomination. of Harrison tyr the l'resiJency.'bC .- which he attempted to follow without success. 4-Sch. Cornelia, -, Burnt Fort, Lumber to I Fool '(obs, Duiting ranll.lare and small Brass Kf t- G quarters Merino, at S1 lliOper y aril.Handkerchiefs .: '" ,

'-! ) have joined hands, and selected one whose The trail W I). S. Smith. I ties. &c. &c. Also. n tcriety ofShelfGoods from GJ cents up to"50 cent, .
didnot '
appear to bean h< old, but | Plain and open .work Stocking. 25 cent 'per pair ;
.declared lCDumcuts I Perfumery #cILVER .
thc views of-
both. "
meet was soon lost in the marshes between Mangrove SAILED. Superfine Calicoes let cent per j trd, '
S. 'TheBank 'Whig Federalists to carry out their ,Steamer Charles Downing, Houston, Sa b:! Pencils Cut Gla s and Gilt Bead.-, Port Raw-silk Stinking, asVtedcolors, 50 cts, per pair. '
Hammock. The scout was kept up; fur'seyeral 'S folio, Silk and Bead Purses, Shell, Twist and .
:SChemes against'th.e. liberties of the people andtheirendcavors vannah. Side Combs Milk Shawl, a great variety, < .' 1 1I ,
; hours: V of Rases. Spirit do., Sweet Bags,
5-Sch. Isaac -Jackson, Swift\ Philadciphia, rish Linen from 50 cents,to 75 CPtits per yard,
French Cologne and Lu".derVllIer.. Johnsnii'sBear
to enslave freemen to the Shy. I Fine Jaconet.Mull and Book Murlios '.
Three or four Indians were seen an.Ihc beach Live Oak. Oil Rowland's Macassar do Pastor's do., Cold ,
Jocks of London -'Chan, support him. The 5:-Sch.Kite, Martin, Savannah., Windsor ; &Bobiuett and Plain Muslins, S ;
from on board the Cincinnati, near Key Biscayne : Cream. Fay Soaps ; Tooth Powder, Military .
.abolitionists choose bim'.s alter hciro"'n Sch Emma Eliza Swift Charleston.I Linen cambric and silk HandkerehieO, .S.
J Gillot' Patent
a man Shaving Sow, : Aletalic Pens,
waving the white flag-and ipaking oth Bonnet and Hood Silk Kid,and Deliver Glove. I
heart,,to aid, hi,their; attacks upon the do. WAITING W 1m>. I Indelibtoluk.. Cork and Gla Inkxiands, Ivory Whistles Ladie walking Shocs.at75 cent per,pair, ,' :' s '
peaceable signs. hot Dominos. SnufT Tobacco mid !
Sch ,
Southwick Shaving ,
Empire Charleston. ) '
fiue and Drl' an.afGO cerit paw,
.lna> e institutions of tho South. Abolition is Boxes. Razors in cases. Razor trtp..Ip.n Knives Bojs cuarso' << pr

'the watch-word other questions will be IT' We commence 1, to-day the publication of JYotice.ALL Powder Flasks; Hair, Tooth Nail Clolbes and Shaving FurnitMre Brown d Chintz.bleached Corded SLeelings Coats, .S,

the admirable of Mr. Bcnton the Arm. Brushes, Ivory Tine and D..ell Combs, Shell!! ,
buried in it what speech on '
-no matter arc tho consequen. person Laving claims! or other demands a Pocket Combs, Guitar and Violin Conversation A few dozen cybairs. "

-cvs. 'ThcY'n:)>>ron ift thy ;can that Granny Harrison ed-Occupation Bill. It deserves. to; be read and. the estate MIGUEL ATARTIXqZ.lof cards Writing and Letter paper.Strings Letter stamps.. 1 dozen rocking Chain i
St. Johns County, deceased, will With many other article too nanjerou ,to menJoae. '
please
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read present
again."O'In Stands. Pincushion Paint and S
shall ride down it in Sunglasses, Fancy 5
redJlanncl glory
upon them within tho time S I. AugustioeJan.23t&413, f '
prescribed by law, or they will .
Boxes, Fine Lrad Pencils, Gr. es. German Smokinc
Jikc a streak tf Red Lightning bearing all before be barred and those indebted will
mike payment to )
Shell Cards an3
our next we shall publish the "statement" Pipes. Piucnihionr Play tlw Brass dillUIl.t8t'llor's'Sale. '
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Feb.80.1840 AflTONIO A LVA ILIZ.: Adm'r.SUAL.ED ,
Jiim. We arc not alarmists but the times Steal Shirts Alo.JElegtznt .
arcpd Jewsharps. Suspenders,
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of the aflairs of the Life nr d Trust Co., is hnraby given.; That by permission t>f

tcntous. ',"> as rendered to ,the 'G overnor ani Legislative 1.ltUl.OSAL, Jcicelrtj, Watches. NOTICE the trudge of.tha County Cour\'Or Si.

#Besides what we $ec abroad, .there arc movc.inerits EIS DORSED ProposaU to repair and construct" PLATE.A1TKLES; &c. Johns County,, wi'. be void at .Public Auction.onMondiy. I
r. Council. road from Jacksonville' to Carey's Ferry. Subscriber has just returned from Charles the ,IGth dy of March :next,, *t llw, '
at; homo that should\ admonish every will be received by the undersigned at this place, un. THE
with au assortment of ihe l latest fashions of( Court House in the City of St. AugmUae, between
.Southerner to be awake.; From what we see of [Cvnctpondcncc of the lie\ ald.} til the'8th April, 1340. Jewelry, &c. received from the North atJ selectedby the hours of 12 and I o'clock of that day! all the right.
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;Jhe&e, we think that 'things arc drawing to a S WASHINGTON, Fe j.,21, 19-10. Proposals must state the time required to construct himself.for this market which he offers on lover title and interest of Louis lw Morse III and to a) trad
: the road, and how much per mile it is proposed to terms than be purcba-cd in Kb rid a. Among his assortment of land lying abouc two mile north of the raid city S
risis''n the line will be boldly drawn. Ot.i>Uurday, Mr. Corwiu of Ohio commenced, construct, it for, commencing at Jackcomilie. Tho will ho found. together with the --building and improvements thereoniing:5 -

rnfofhiJ funny speeches upon resolution, road to be opened thirty (30) feet wide, and to'a distance Emerald; Aqua Marine. Garnet,end other preciousslOnes I ; .,.. _._.. S
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of at least nine (Of) feet measured o.ii each side worked into Broaches. Rings, Ear Drops &c. sale mflhj.3Cttna tnortgaze- tur the .um ciiw, Sand
IlfCtil' Gratifying. instructing the Committee of}Va s and Means ,
side from the centre, nil and roots to be grubbed
S stumps Silver Table and Tea Spoons ; Ladles: ,Butter interest, and to the widow's dower.A .
;The, rights of the' people will yet be secured, to report bill appropriating: 81 ,000 to each out nine inches below the surface. Wherever Knives...tind other articles of essential use. credit of 12 moulii will h.. iyeo. ,
Jit but hold'shoulder' shoulder the1 ,uter settles, the road is be raised at least two 'A of gold, ilver! and steel / M, JOHNSON, Adm'r. -
i. they as they: of the States Indiana, Illinois! a id Ohi Mr. Urge supply Spectacles
fett above the level of the wAter. and mast be eight S
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with colored and plain glares. Fe'" 14. 1810. 37-lw.
lhavc done. Sec what can bo done when they' I Corwin endeavored tu plaster owe the immortal cen (IH) feet wide. The ditche' on either side mint Clocks, Watches, Chains, Seals, and Key.; with a .' r-ell1ll'-tjtllt1Cll
S .unite their t-trength. The pit-sent House of Re. I Hero ofTippt'CnnocJbu he found it a monstrous nt least four (4) feet wide at top, with a sufficient varied assortment of Cutlery. ( JLnmber.H -

- "1 presents lives is legitimately a People's body, | hard matter. |1I 3 finally' sneered he old General bermo made.at intervals insure!a good to carry founlluiou-croll 011'1I1e w.ter. drains Cautexvars to be And a variety of,articles too iimncron tn mention, T Satitla a lirgi Steim&TEAN Sato MILL AIM C"-H with gang, hive and er sit;c4ed .-- r
U.Vatch and Clock
N. rarrlid
Against nlf the excrescences of the Federal Bank jWhigs j to his roast, and left him alone in his redjlan- are to be constructed wherever required.td be two with promptness aud despatch.repairing! The Sub.ofori.on asusual. gte s-iws, mm are r'eod/lo (,u" ..h umber of"'pe'.

who struggle-! hard to appear in sheep's i i.clothing. lid glory. When Mr. Corxvin had finished: feet above the point to which the water rises! and lobe ber intends selling! as low as can be purchased in Florida inc qualiti in BUY qiintity. Their; Mill stsods in th>* S
l least fifteen of Cainden, Georgia the Salina 'River
wide County ,
at (13) at top. The streams to,
tIt and solicits continuance of the
.<>t. I which required, not,only! Saturday but.the whole : bo bnd.'ed. with good substantial bndres XAecn (15) heretofore, 'received. F. J QL'LNCY.patronage to xvlwre veiwel drawing '15 (t.'tt f'>wateif can ap. -

:is no wonder that the Dank-Wbig Party in |I bf: Monday, the House: transact -d some unimportant wide. The direction of tie' road will l.c pointed odl proach wiiicntditficnltyordanor., ,r *
I' by tho undersigned or some authorized officjcr, who .Ltlrshal'8 Sale. S ''J. NOKCKOSS Agent.
for d.jourument.it ,
tho Legislative Council arc so clamorous ( will receive the road when finished or reject such Y 'virtue of an alias 'rit' of fieri ficias,'j sned Patilla. CI nden C t..'Geol. Fen. |; !84".;'' """apONotice.
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was so with the same party ,laSt !I On Tuesday and Wednesday S r. Bell of Tennessee portion of it a.. he docs not consider acccording; to B out of thV Superior Court for 'the Distrirt .,fEast ] r 'S.S .

ycar. Last year the people were in a.nrinority ; ;: made one ofj his lelloirin>. ,speeches. 'He COli tract. Florida' /and to me directed and delivered, I will! IX weks from:this date 1 will apply. to the S Hon
The road be for in three at public sale in the City of SI.-Aunsiine,
to
piid parts according as expose in.
;ithis year they are propcrly.rep ntcd, and! by'.as is as rantankcrous. ,as a sc\'cn' ; 'tar old rattle tin same shall: bo inspected and received ; twenty percent front of the Court Hoise. on Saturday ihe 2'2d da/ Countfor the Juilga Letters uf of the Administration County Coon of the St.Estate JobD4.of Y, 1

noble hearts as ever: breathed ; but the Bank. snake in June, and'twice as hard o' kill, 'on account will be rttaintd 'from. each ,payment!. for. the of February next, between the louts of.10 o'clock A. ELISHA SPRACUEfdettaufdFeb. -
: Bell tAi bhois ftuhful fulfilment of the contract. | M and 2 0 dock J.. 3 I. of that day- all the right: title, '.
Whigs; .want to quit-why !. Because the Pea-; j of hfcfunning.f ngicat ? 19.1810.! CHARLES BYRKE.David ; ,. '
For further information apply to Li nt. Simpson at and interest of Morris II. Tucker in a certain lloime S
pic's faithful representatives have taken the man-perhaps he is-After Bell ad concluded, I Jacksonville! Lien Gunnitou at St. Alary's, or,the find Lot "i'uited in'the' City of St. Augustine, on the B. :Cook,

butt 1 y&etorn/ *,"anij arc determined that their' "Mr. Jones of :Virginia( .offered : ,resolution. .,i undersigned at Savannah. Wet side of St. George's. StrPet, fronting on said DRAPER
constituents shall,hare liglu and justice too. daring that the House on' Thu day should go J. MACKAY, L i I street house and seventy lot four feet ; bounded 3Irs. Ann on the North by a FORMERLY cf 41. Fulwn St..New York, an. '
belonging contnin-
Capt. Corps Top'l tng'rfcSavannah. Geiger, the citizens ,of Si Augustine and Ki
'The Bank Committee to investigate the affairs into Committee of the Whole on the state of the February 15, 1640. 3 -apll! in; in depth one hundred and ninety eight and a half %icinitv. that he has opened an establishment in Charlotte S

..of the ..Um9ni Bank, have: made a report, 'and, Union upon the Revolutionary Tension Bill. JVotlee. I It I feet; on the Wc!'t by a street known by the name ofPau's Street in the house occupied by Mr*. C. Solana. I

such an one as docs honor to that body. On Thursday, the House took up the.bill, and ;;:! IX weeks after date I will apply' to the!Judge of, feet ; and Street o'l the rnoaunng South by en a said house street and seventy lot belonging seven acuth of the City Hotel(on the right) s'here.Jlor.
ders'w\ be received'and promptly attend !
refer the bill for tho raft in [led River. The the County Court of St.Johns County]'for Letters to Stephen ArnLn.-.ralieu as the of Morris thankfully
"The Judiciary' Committee to whom was removing of Administiation AJrTHorv'' property ed to. Clothe cut and mad in the most lasJiMiiabL. '
the !;tate of
fred 'so much of the .Governor's Message as re.latcs pension bill was passed out of < tomrnitlce: and HINDSMAX, late of said on county: dpce31e4, favor II. Tucker of Bailey to. satisfy& Reynolds judgment and costs of suit in sty Ic, and warranted to fit. M iliury" work executed f t,

to the Banks ,of..the Territory, have also the Red River bill''was l left to be again hammered Feb.6. 1840. hENRY GROVES.(I JOS.. S. SANCHEZ Marshal.St. in invited* superior to call manner.and examine The for poboeare thenwerves.respectfully An assortment !.

reported ; and such a report as every independent at. Diddle of Pennsylvani made a long M'orltentor Sale. i Angustin. Jan. 23, 1640. of/aihionable, clothe kept constantly on band. f.

mind should be proud of.' 'These two doc speech'upon the latter, in opposition; to it. T LIE HOUSE AND LOT in Hospital Street, The above sale is postponed till the 23th of March. Paris and London fashions receiwedCl"ar1erly.) :. '.' i: "ti
: aljoining. the premises of MrL KofierUon.-' 'PQ" >V'O LOTS situated on the \\ e*t side of \lani, N. B. The art of cutlinj taught at the. above es.' : I
mentswemustfindroom to lay before our,readcrs Yesterday and to-day the Ho osc had an hour Inquire() ..SAMPSON' %VJLLIA31I.S I JL' S/inrhez Creek, for sic. Apply to tablibment.S S S 5 ". \

The ft i is the mem, Feb. 10, |I4). 13 I I1'J. G roo I.: St Feb. 2f) 140.( '.
as scon jas possible, as possessing great c, cr two,on private bills. at r .\\fcb. I. PHILLIPS! Augustine 37 .- ':; :

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"j'x'ii: '.. J" t': ,, ,-. JIt'.tAX.CottJCTSltSa OX, REALESTJTL !C 1lOSPEcrUJ1FOR.,7'IIE: ; !. .WAsm.'cCTmI'. rr :wUnT'JI&TBOl'LtIt "" ,',' ;lW ,i,- U1EJIo.-_ Clack do.Genu .- <, ? : : .J'' Ir l11J

L. : ,\\'i'; ,;: "MiIiMf'"UdCIfUA.cttVNTJlIFr.ORI94.;: 'CoH tuioitHI'' Qtoic all4d-, ,, .. by Fin'S,My*, and edited'61i! :J."I. Buck; Bearer, ud Hoskia Gloves.'iuperior yes ,
J.:, ", t HEREAB'P'YERiMSTCX&L; E'ry.; Uai .. ', TkomM'Jeff/srton'SmWu d.'' French;>Kid Jo..not fODttNriYorkr ; Tbeso- ::1 are Va1J_ .

"' : ',i.<>.'Wy+ +detiaqueet id .. taut l.iIdiera. {sew, HERE jwofks have rJlJleH.been'published.bas for see 1"111 E METROPOLIS has been,'published thCUii < r sale by = WL ).'AVERY.,' tracts, known. byceut.aadyetof ktsg.ma iezper1eeee':t.4 w be. ,

,;. .\ '' ;; .'" .?. .of At"Cottnry and Territorial T-IM; rst.sed for,the : .',, stool 1 -There,are now, more, subdcriberr : .;; '\ ,or\Val" i iegtonsincelast Decemberthreelimes Feb.'. J840. in Dr-Peck's Build;... ,' tnarrpiweTitipltr '+

l"s\.I : ." ., ; oatstboasea4'.Igbtbnedted"a.dlkiriymoe: on for them, ptobably, than rortinjother paperpubltebed a week! It I ill the intension of the'publisbers'toidd An, Ordinance to:' prefect-the. ,running. '"., of an J ..tofUW 'UII" IJ.Ca"feta {y"..e,
:--0' ::1 :' i.:., ,. 'r ,)andslldaiitsedtedretetaed b1' Riesdd.P.tt t lditefieA,' in tDtt United dtaUrs.certainly njore than there are for to their tri-wee 11,a vctilj,.,error Us cstrarrf.: I hurts or.horses throbgh'the streets of St. An jusfirwB TheircBktontbey. 1 fs so MIftM&i&

.: ,,.<:1. I'j. it..t6d\\ In41IliACoeotyof4'Alaohaa'tfon.aW:,ud ang other parler published l in th'u'D' ict.L This!loge .The'weekly-will: M'm.cfl.up/froDlthe"!'rhn.ll 'it'erdiined bli-'the Mayoi and Aldermen 11M l markabio fact that the semi tea f be givta Mil i

.",, i": ulltl"'I#' 'the' :bald Peter Mitchell hash*, .vnt>d4Jod }fud increasing subjcription]i, conclusive evidence and will cont.iq.U iie important matter of t the latiei City of St.-Angustine.Tbat from or titer tbe pnmn : or adult,without the possibility domg

: -. cbattal.n sttd'coaatfcapon* "- -' +whiCbdutt'+ 'i 'oab" b* of,tbeir,aacf IncII. They invaluable to all who The proceeding*of Cbngreas, the appointmenti mad of this act 'no*person shall eater'gallop, or Ian, ecanse dt bat un the coadary good. Thgrgfer*.,r y ,
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: tdidet w "> 'if hs! Ni by'Government, an J 'tall otuer local informationV, wilbe fatter than dow horse <
? ; .'aai hater 110. the proceedings of oarrc.. W go a trot,any mare.o eitberhalilaaijototbenirieaadin8iaq >
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" .': 't' .; No r.NotiN; Is +ereb'gtvinttlJcuc'Cuttx. **ber publication givs ihe in so full; not hJf so cheep.lt' ,. promptly and.ci irrectly fumisbed. ,It.will be put geldinjf'tiroaih the atroeta of.this thy; aad. any pet ., billions'affeetioasthoy, are of tbt>t.

: ,,, '' ., .' : \ TdCoU.ctot1In.aridfllrtb.rCont1'otAlaeblla1nI "is; indeed (lie cheapest publication.in.tbe Unite at a low, price-to gji! e it an extensive circulation; and_ son violating thia act shall upon conviction thereof before benefit. '; .. .." ..\e.\,

.. .1 i I P4 .tlieTsnritbrybf'Flirids,'*ia expose to puWic iIo at E4u s -ptrhi poi in the.Viorld". Our'position': the, enable all who can fiord, to. take*a newspaper".to tceiveit e-. ;tIM mayor.or justice, ofthe peace,be fined, two By increasing the dose sufficiently,the ewktiit
:. < ; ,the Joan jlenso in said gone .'tit mouths after .
the *at C"tlote'anent enables irate print them at so|joursd'r t dollars,'oaa half to the informer and the other half t p more powerfully to effect the whole Ir
;. t'T :' a : dote*beree1,itopwit t on the;'6th day of in the' ; : like this., tbe ofGonmm ;tltae
... : July; I We< re cvm pelted to publish the proceeding) The necessity of a paper at seat the use of the city No conviction of the violation oj largest dose of Calomel,-sod y.I, isa':leYl '
.reer.oa'tboa..aiI eifbt hundred' andl..n1"an thef ,o,C Congress; i a d etall.for our paperTbiidone; r ftl. mast I o'app.reot..4U> alL There being thin act if to be had upon the. evidence of the informs ter the efiee U over no debility wl atever b ,
title chill ttni.ced
tuna'i% jght aad Inter** of the said Peter*Mia :'. aboat published tj the' District,.
additional federal papers unless he I relinanwhea to the ]t
': >l requires/ ;co hparaiivrly.- eapeuse alone previonvly : ci1..n Instead ol caostus; weaknea*;the boser.
and
Ii/ \\o. to, sixty. thousand six1 hundred and fifty acresef to eltanco tb m'\0 the fortes of the Congressioha and onlyruvlraAerrftic.vrxi'Tb; Close" and The,Vt-" c aims'to his share'of the fine.' If the t person offending and could bear mora fatigue after" .jthej, .
5 Land t-t.. whinh 15,161'acres an returned as firaifae eadi If i"'ere'n for these ciream Inpolti.The former being the '. of the party,, ,0 !he shall than '
', Globe and AP > v; I organ. be a" receive not more twenty; _d. Where the Brandreth Pills are knownisnotnse'd.
:, .' ;' G,1UKrssMooteddraset'ad30,3aToacniobiVr stances; we a old wot'ptibluh.lliem f.trfunr,tinnf, the must necessarily be nore limited. in its remarks,than a nor leas than ten Ilihel.lP..t(2)thNOY. "' -1'i'f .
,, state'ttu&vt the eeae king an'ttadi .Wad part and some parts of the Ua had States the journal not so cvn u ercd.. I ; ..,1822: '
,' (, that large tract of laadknowu' the"Arre-i tent ehergeJ..la As apuriGerofthe blood,they..aincstitivelyeinaIt
, r }, "" ''paNilG as biter upon, which these works are pifnted, The Uttnpol't h* i sine its cpmtnener meqt endeavored A true copy ;
a.4'.11<.r'-' -i"' ,* "which said Grant contains two hundred would par" unwell as ,we charge, fur Ihs publica. to bring about a reform in lh ?appointmenl'olofficers r *, ,P.. B. DUMAS, Clerk of.the Council .cutaneous:'diseases, from.whatever eJHaeii ,' '
:Miriffctj nine..serer of 'aad; mere or less under the Ge erat Government, believing thai lio- ;
.
tio.. The, city authorities will enforce the ordinances.F :1i
theO... III Lake A.Creek* ,acJ, cba parto.bioIa the The.appro*' lung session t of Can=rets will probablj -J b1 the father of our,country i1!IN ., ; L. DANCY Mayor. ,Because no care is required wlpri nnag tbeov lal!j
run, northerpotto ysaiaididpolicy
aafi bounded on '
; to bring a. into office of/con -
h ,
contione 'months anf as hnmeAately precede) QUO any "
r leads on U*'earth lands,,and thi sevei and drink what yon please* and have'na'ftaf'of.t
| ? public on tho" al election, all the'proailnent .litleal sequence,whose political lout are adverse to the mat Part of An Ordinance to prevent fires.See.
+ l..c'try 'puhKe large' the ceotre' of, which Grant ac.tion4'ab'President M'divWe the country 'will no doubt, bi area which' the General Govetanientls'put.nitig.It ." I; Be it ordained by the authority of the Mayor : or cold water f the body is positively e*'.hbie lit j
..rOl' tho Big'!AUehaa t?or ell| the right,title,and and Aldermen of'the oflPt,' after than before dose. Those holism '
ally di cH* od." Than cunsideraiions induce as ti will esnUnus to pti sue this course, and,ra the per ;City : Augustine t ; befaffnrai :

i&ttrwt or the Mid loser MUobell IQ so' much thereof believe thatch*.CpirfittaiMiajiAft Gtost Will make fin fortoance of that d ';;e.CU'aUrr: earnestly. from and after,the fifth dty of January next ensuing,, ed by;'-_the. Pill. 'f"W icb' .causes .truth ia :M ≪, .
,l a as ebaa be.a.... to psy and.atiaf. tbe amount reI bnndreJ and b:'ApP&.Dr;bsjtwoen':six and sever urge upon .the.president the necessity :of removing it shall be the cJut.r'orth occupants'of any andeyerj which,byI iacumberiog' tha blood .1 vnnai: 't .
,taxes doe from:the said Peter MiibbeuV at. ) ; vro
rether..hb' : orotber ,
front offices of Dwelfing'House bniklrag having chimney .
hundred>oyalbu.irlopaie<.. consequence; men'whoso.'tenels; are them: Boras the
1ft costs tad etwfos arising thereon j to be be sold to The Coxeausioxj fc watt'is made,up ef bea&111 adverse to those'of,the, Democratic party t .believing or other plaeowhere; fire is kept or -tieed,to keep the the blood..beiQ PilU&Itii temotepll p.w Incnabraac J rclC ,: ;
j.'ttt&cIMor..Uh low dlreet s..l their influence such retard acme clean by sveepiagorothcrwise: }
proeeedisfs ofl,tM'two houses of Confrws, and tbpcechceuTthf < that ubonsociety.is u to "
TIyinaybeUkenatanytiiae'iha boll
: .' ,, '. I=! JESSE CARTER' mcuibtMcb Jsiu-ed., 'The''I as'andpays' th e" rogressof Democracy See.2. Be It farther/ordained by the auihoritiaforesaid. : "
', 'jff-f'\t". ': "' : ', 1i.", ,. .T c.IrA.d... Cty. OQ all Important'subjects'' are. av.n'. It U pun it Many of,the lucrative offices'at Washington 'Cityian ;That1 if fire
.Dumile, :No.rl&tt. ;.JtI8' lj j ned wieklJ,]KiibiinsJltlPeineuteen'roymlghar\ : bow'occupied by iho opposed to the Adn irutra- ef tote aforesaid places, from any cause whatever, UM And;certain; any' that iaeon,6nieneebeingezper'kie.L no malignant ., .
lodges., j lien, and about .two birds of the subordinato offices occupant aforesaid shall be liable to.a fine of ten dol' ) CAS isjvai,
"f WHEREAS 'tbe' Aateesor of T.lJett'.nct'' fur .' ". Arrxxtix:contains;" the speeches' or the memull are'filled by pereoae'of the lame opposite political sen* ., ,. while they are used Thus :estabfehiss;the: feet that:
have those remedies
a of Atathna la the,Territory of beraaiprinted timenti 'To Otett ( reuntdaxd. UUir ,Passed 29ah Dee..1837. we only to use ;: wokfe PUBilt'
( kin tb;; written out by, ,helll..tn.'ud u cense to s placetfOtA
the blood,to be free from ALL discerns it
\Floridalias retftrned 08,1996cres/ !of nd by the being rmr -
the form cube Congreiuional Globe \i tbfrleiuttofbt l Admitittntiou will bt* ,
;
--no moftke
in
A"tlee. fact
well known that disease
,whether
a ,
'name cflbe ArradondoGraoUanbjeet to Taxation; .every .ft**,.
It U ;, r..". speeches can be prepared.Usnally leMllll"e/dtttI of Up jfetropolit. "
pub t
Mz afid whsreasik 'c4a1iBaol. thereof to win the heirs It weeks after date 1 shall apply to the Judge. the brain or meanest me 'tbethel it be aa cat >
will
SIX
continue UbxrxjDXXT Ta beay'RlI'ha.t
,:, seed'tertrin of Arredondo; not hating given I I there i't tnpre'numbers,printed for sexion- NATIONAL lit support an other County Court of St.Johns County,for ;rtor'admiaiiltratloa.oa ward nicer or an inward shoals,stn .11.though trisiag 4
thin tbere are oaks in it. a BAXK or any banking '
.
= in,a dlflf list 19 cf taw their; tuable:1111 said.to county doable,Jaiear .1- Each of,thes works, is complete in itself.' But it i isdesirableforev institution will ,as a safe d pwitorv for the peophj's( money MER:\late of the Province lha EsUtefof of East Florida If ANUEL dee.RO- y rom, impurity many causes of bloob.,reducible to,one graadeQ'ort'uame." *"
pay It afro be of Bank
subscriberiohave.both becauseU an a mpromtsrng'opponent
sry ,
\ iNoY 1839. JOHN M FONTANF..Xotlce. Or'M'' pleasantness of ,
l ;lot the me thousand ;eight hundred and Jncoa.-qu nc. ihmr'bperi-
tested yar: : hole. should aiiy.'auittiguUy in synopsis of a monopolies.or monopolies of any and every kind: 'etAbobtionamandtiob'lAntHraaeonry ""
thirty-nine 1 and'whereas, the said daiminti-are de. (Hube denial ol "andofeveryspeeiea ion, they are universally used io<'every seetrao in Ibe
or
spei-rh Jotigies-iounl ,
Ila eeat ia the payment if'the taxes assessed thereon I: its :correctness it may be removed ogee any. by referring of fanaticism,f hich! attemptf to connect itself weeks After date, application will be made to wide extended country whew they ar.m de kitowi, .

'' : for (he said year-and have no foods and chattels in to.the spei ch io the Appendix: to, or identify itself with, the political institutions SIX Hon. the'Judge of the County Court for St and are fast sopereedmg every other 'preparaiimt et
rnfe fedaimiUr;
aid wanly upon which distress can be made' to satisfy IDdU"1 tel there sent to sub onbers. as soon as the Country.A crisis; has arisen which is tp test the Johns County, fir letters of administration on tho Estate > i import Upwards looneeBtlaoa-
MJ4 taxes! : they, 'can he pr pared afkertlie adjournment of Con perpetuity of onr Republican Government, and it bo of TttOSIAS DUTLER\'je\ or said County, seeJAd1EJORDIN. sand ca es bavo been certified aa cured solely(j en ibewf''
', .: i JJ'ffo"; IfttiDe1t hereby fiveo JuiiCitTRHi cores every Democrat bnckle on the armor of bit .. iwe,since the introduction of them into the Utiitof;
,7"; T.r Colloctor said for'the of 4lachna in ,1:tree 8 tales;thus establishing told, beyond all do
County TERMS. I country defence-to'tike the arms or political I wai. P.lalka. Noy.26:1839. ANDREW BOBS.r brr ;
' r rr. I tfcoTerrit9rr of 1reridtriiN apia to pnbHo{ sale at For ail copy ol the Cuncressiocal Globe all f..e. and resist, by all the means of political diacli..ion" thattbe'Dtandtctbfiltecnteihetappnreatijausto; ,,.
1 .,{ the Centt HouesJ la said County, six''months after the One of thrAppendix' ,91 otIPpeaJ.1O'&he, tnteliigenceand! ,.patriotism,of the . ,Notice. posited seares b1 the one simple act of c ntin ajly '

;,1" dote beirof to'witl on the 6ui d'y t f July, lathe Six copy copies of either of the above works will be sent people and by .a prompt resort to the ballot box,' not THE Co-Partnership heretofore eziating under. evacuating the bowels with then until the' ..gives

"" '.. '' .' yor.one' thousand eight hundred tad forty the said for, $5, twelve( ;( .copies for f 10,;and,'a proportionato : only the insidious approaches of the enemies of Democracy mutual firm of T.8t S. HEWLETT' is hereby,dissolved way Ibereron. whatever may b saidnf tJ&TNxear, .
;', _.I98.en..rLaadclaimecJ by the heirs and CBN in *' Ly consent. ,he UT.LI'U'O( the raACficc w' now sxroio-'Ati,
number. of topips fur a largeensri. :I the foroi of monopolies, but the giant HEWLETT
: tale assigns of Arredondo; the same being aa ondivi i Papneata 1II aly.be, trans mit'ed by mail.postage paid. :t strides of the enemUs of the Union of the Slates.who T poesy.A.. .

... dad'interest or:parttf a large tract ef had',known at oar rik. T e antes of any Incorporated bank in pore laboring for the severance,. of the Union by Abo 8. HEWLETT Drandr th', Pills cure Scnrvey? Fen :sat
\ M the'Arndoodo Graat,"ooatamln -two hundred 'theUnited' Sta ei, current,in lha section of country i titian incendiarism.U by their agent.JOHN.' Ague, Coftiveness and iu ron rquei.ces, .trtlttttt'r,.\,1

,r : and eliHynlna. thousand acres of land more or less, .where.Diesubcfibert resides, wIll received. ButWbensnbicribe will in all thing*,] be as it has been; supporting 18th ROSE. meD, and travellers, Io foreign ,region, should are|
; tlmated fn'' AbtbuC County j'i bounded on:ill sides 's can procure the notes of banks I the siine principles, and advocating the same'ennsc. St Augustine. Nov. 1630 be wuhont In'order to..or& tu 'thtui on every '

;*?"''- mteeltalfr by-pubHc.lands t Ute ceutre' of ihe Mid (ihe,Northern 1 Middle. ..States,they will please ; > Grant exiling for tbe Big Aiatbni I ,according the tbemi for 1&.ln part; links no othir aid,and rube pal. eighth Course of Lectures in Institution where they are, lime or climate effceIs them n;, J

.'{:; -> S > dish Grant ,thereof 'and the surveys' I founded To insure all'the number*, the subscriptions should ronsge Irom.tiler qiiartcr.TEIIMS.. THE be commenced on the second Monday, the 'provided they are ket dry Gentlemen will find Ibimedieiue + ;

, ;: r tl treonf er so ..oh Jot the said undivided part or here by the, hut 1leseinber next I I 11 tbjTof next November, and he terminated on tha' one that will cusure hvalUT! tu the feoiile ell ;t

. '\'', 'If' .'., 'tc.lo".Id.Artedondo'Gnu..h.Uber.afticwnt' NO atientioct Uvi.'l, IM. paid wen:orde unless the No snbscriplions i wil| he receivtcl where the money the first Saturday (the 3d) of March following. Tbeeetuiet their'estates.Rrandreth's. "
I L 't .' i to pay and saUsfy'the, amount of
,;"'. fr im the said' owners or.....ll1b..eot.,'together' Chy, OctiOter 10. 139.st. at ikt lotopric&of dipper wild not"ojfoid it to It it. G. M, NEWTON M. D. Professor of %nstomy. wherever they .,been introduced, and Benjamin !
", '.. w tb all costs and chirfes 'arlsibg thereon | to ho .old ,Select ,s .is Lots of fifty acres'each, or te.'u the lAw directs. Augustine JeademyI Snh cribers BUM ;
', 'I wishing to club tegcther r the weekly, and Pathological Anolool,. Ie" all II.ai.4.urib ,
; FOR YOUNG LADIES &GCNTLiMFh: t. properties c.cJ to them:.iud f 1
; CARTER
.,!, tll'T t'diss/er JE8f r htecAiri''C.u', 'TAMES D. BOY LAN takes kayo respectfully to can AH have tares copies sent by paving fat tlolJ.". .CHARLES;,DAVIS, M. D.-, Pr"e..orof( Chemistry, have used them myself;:In-my family and In an eaten a'
west
I 'tufiteripttant be paid to JU Post Mattel ef and PhermaeJOSEP11
.t* 9ft iuforut the EuhabilauU of At. tine"atid ; ifive practice overmen years and experience has ,j
i it iu
; Aiigi my
.wd nirUfe Wovenrf>* So-rti, 1830.
t
{ the tekerri
tntneribed. lateatUkoriud D Professor
a. .. plate kebtingbg A. EYE )f. ofTlterapeui
,
confirmed
me
fully inmJaptniaal that !
all! diseases j
; vicinity, that on jriteHlny, the 7th in.t.. hq intends to to remit them ', I can ;
fret of palate.s lies and Materia Medics.D.
? HEREA8'MOUS z.1EY.1' i. a delih4qent 6 ,en Academ fur instruction of Young Lidie be reinbved by those remedies which have i spetifirt;,
{
Any P6.t, Master, making a remittance for subseri* FORD M. ,D.. Professor of Iu.litutes and
in Uw action on'the of the stomach and bowtls.'.afj v'
y the payment according to ; or the and Gentlemen it lhahutue.fortlrapreseay lately ben will entitled organs a j,
bo ono
of.the
ta for- L.Practice Medicine.
a f i '
C anti and TetrltbrUtTakes a sesed for the yearS vccupud IIcl i.4 by & r.Creegan .copy, paper V Genera!action on tha system,such a. my.pilb have i
.0 eon thousand eight hundred and tbirig-nine, on,landu Tuecourse of iustruetion'cornprisea Orthography.iFhip. year scoot. charge. I PAUL F. EVK. ; M; D.. Professor"of Principles and' I Mr.Abenietbjr has eleartj proved.ibat all localdV .

.n tuned asnwnedby him.'sitoatedin, the County of Heading,'Penniaand Cuglbb Grainniar;Elocution Jldesafa'8'T'. ef'Zr. .Sndl'CUj Practice Surgery; Professor ewes el1li'bo.cured'; by'thtMe- .4i bicb have a
MILTON ANTONY !f. D. of Obstet
AItchna) Ia the''Territory;orFlorlda; and whereas,' Compoiitipi ; l\fIu-ie'Book'.Keeptnt'; Geol ly11C.9ubicribarsbarejrietrrcciredfrom!' $ : TAILORS riel and of,Women.and Infants. curative e&ct on tint{ .t..macb arid bowels. '
i said Moses E. Levy has no goods and chattels ine' upbjiUtttllrYt/ nd the use of Ib.G Diseases '
Geometry; 'Cbarle '' 'Q Q' fi q''
a ."The Ptofassor of Anatomy., assisted-by Dr. .JohnMcLetUr
county on'wbMh distress can be made to satisfy Als bra;and tho ILatiii and.Greek'' Lansua'ges.Air. ion 'r8dioonerEmpireseeneralernartmeaf t will superintend lie.DiaectinClooUP..D4 "> GREAT CAUTION, ,NBCESSAtty ,/r; ,
1 the Imo of tald taxes r Boylaq ; edgee'bimsclf Uw. method
-"" J o. pay ) every CLOT 13 or.ery'dClCriptioa, consisting in p..rt discharge the duties of Demoustrsfor without adJi- to procurei iho genuine Brandrrth-Pilts and yun cat 1
.5.Slim < NsMco is given,that IhutCativaa which experience directing the '
heteov
owj ; m"n'1e. juvenile oftha following:. tines;fee The'Profe of and Cbemirttdevote tot (fAil to thegeniihre if you "
I and'forlhe or, Anatomy y procure take. the viluw. .
fix Collector in Cbnutyof..' in mind has rag nted;shall be employed to incalcaitretigthand >
> 10 Blue, Black, Drab, Invisible.Iron, Bottle, Green..Claref.nd their whole lima to the con,,., 1 in*ad,iee. .
; : Uu Terrilonref Florida, tb sale of moralentimeiiti and habits
public at ur '
S- I wifl.cxpose ; ty. -
Jtarrin too CLOTHS. : of Lectures How bK SECURg .
' The expenses for the first ,Course i inclndins TO radar COUNTERFEITS] -
'r' tu fTourHlonse is lei 1 ton ftl.1.Tsil months-after4he' .ahled'te.o '\n nneri ';>rid'the pnbtie are'assured
," : ,PILOT tP. BEAV/.R Cloth-, 't ;,the Demonstration'ticket/ f 115. Students 1'y"I purchase raa ret.'. ridS, WUwni( bejiig
,
V r Ja bereoT.to'wit oi,Saturday|Uie6th day of J ly, that whatever. dusty and competency enn dn'ahilbe' U I CASSIMERES nf the htest fashion :
this institution fur the first lime lure that the '
i attending will-puy positively person selling has an
in done for the benefit 'of those' committed b'chare. cxot..ttu.t '
bnnJrexl'and.funy, to
biTettr'on4tbonsmnd ,
F : 4 .
\TTINET of
8\ .description. Matriculation rnatmoae: of
The
Nineteen two hundred[acres of land retnr "j;< *" every or $5. .any o eertifiiate'ofegeney.and'Q'obsene ir hns t>e-n roewed .

t> _noil bythe said qc'al\d.td nee. E. Levy as cania'lag' bf .OOO : Much; or frrqtlaselesj eiil'punishment:Air. B. his found I VE5TINGS of the Intent fashions. he States in,which Students may rciide,will be taken t no certificate being any gmmntr?nftertwelve.months -
Cravats' Stock Pocket Hdkfs.
: '
' 'aeros t.Jirlt rib'I i ,.OOOacrea'orBiscdnd'rate I d f often inju rious iu the education ofiyouth: t by Gloves, at* par. .. from date tlut Pills sold" ,by! the' bolder" 'are<' cenUine. .
+ Sispendors, olf description S :mina in'Anlomlaad Natural will be .
: I every
UJlOO' iete.of,tbltd rate iJu.tHf t of IsndYbe nri" directinlauel.l1o i"to..eb subjects aswerd best suit A'rull' Bnttons .
of for ChizcaADdJlilitar
being an undivided Interest or part rtf'thut farge traotor id ,to, their cadaeitiaa and tuost congenial lo their Coats supply' .- thankfully received fort mnsenm. My 'own office fiir; 'the certain supply of the pare

i tend bowl\ the;" Arrediudii Grnit,wbfcb' >oidArredondo taUuts by :a:carleful, nbutysnce'iiid judicial man-.' Gold, .and Silver Cords, PAUL F. EYE:., .Dean of the Faculty Medicine;,a 1 23 eta, per box,,with full d irecttons.u
.Gall*'contains eighty* nine 'thousand acres' gcment ol the'piston*, he has aneeeeJed better 1n and.mostashionableHATS. Angosta. August ; MEETING STREET.

1 ,of and, Wore:or lestj; fitnatcd, In"the County of promoting the lite ary advancement of bu pupils than A..rllm.a.ply'.C'tho"late.t. '"f H!'H Subscriber' lining been appointed agent e r "Ooe door |. .Q eeB.Cn ,itestoii
t' ; Alshna.bounded on eHides principally' by'pnblio ] yanytn
SS: ; ', .. .T Alan ., ncJ through;: 4'pan nf'which; Grant befog a' ti_ Dy,,means '.f jl Jfuitutbooksinsndinthia: Acade: >nyf the pa.ronJtgothe retara.tbeir have,beretofoe received to pubiicfor and for that' :,Paper ; terma$5 annhally. The proprietohas purchase vat 70 MEETING ST. .
, '., ,"," .gnsi.i the Orange'Lake Creeknnstthe'centre ofwhkK parents ,are daily formed of tho Attendance, e-toHoct, enntiriuance af the ,; succeeded ;in 'completing his establishment the V AND REMEMBER 70. .Meetingfbe only
ully'solicit :
:, v.',: ) t" :' grant calls tot the Big.Alachiiai' o(; so 'muchof and 'improremcnt nfUieir clIildr n. and 41 r. B. IriKls repectI No a U same. paper, tbereforo.will be u.n* t Augustine. 1839. 24 3ivAdministrator's
':, 'f' the said :undivided {"irro"ntt; t of,the $said'Mtv.; that jlbeM,bouk*,,< ,illbeetiamiuedcverJday.: : And , : = JOHN L01T PHILLIPS, Agents: PILLS are sold, 'my. 'own' orHce' ft,r their 'i zctueite.i

J' 4r: \ :.'ses & Ljivy Iu ibe*Atredand4'G bat, ai willbe;;, mallsoant'ort.xeed"-: tint! indulgence nr the contrary will: be used to each St Augustine, Sept 9.183J. ; al.' BRANDRETH. U. D.it

'!; ". ';,- event to pay, and,aatiifV :'that :' ] e ittnld aecordiug sis! hi* or her indgntent book. may Notice. Notice. Otadwa" N. y
AVINO'obtained'letten'of.rdmiaatridon
g :': .' .thtrson from the add Moses E.] La 1tnetherw.thi seem to require, '[Such, procedure will have an ex nnIbeetae'or I: months after date I will 'PPI1n'the'Uon.t 'theI '.oldnv JOHN. > J.Apent pEDRfCK; -.
\ a11osta sod ,chrgee'gh; |Iog'tbereap r to, be',ofd in i repeat effect,, it i wakens Inihi youthful' breast,;the the' Ke,} RA' YUOND A: UEN.DERSOff I SIX of the County Cnnit of 8L Jehns for St.! Antnstine ,

'l 1 'J"r ,t'\; ,. ; ,louof'ftJ. 'afres J'each. ,,or. less/si the law ditrctsl. ,a"ioll.r. fear, ameoremoladon'mnJ thus renders late oftft; Johns Coast!, deceased, aH fur a settlement with the heirs of,SET1I, NICKEL County > d. -.
'PKOl O
having deraaadsagainst said Estate here lfrILS!
1 -
are
: : .JESSE CARTER, ,. much 44-uta ice to the,teacliers jq! the perform* persons
':: SON. dec., and a final discharge as Administrator ofsaidEstate. .
\ .i6eclto file
by a same duly authenticated and ':
i : -r,<;oiUctrfvrAlciMCemtf.Ne eneepf, ibirduii< v, proved ILLbe'teseiicdbttkeCity'Connei'niititba! "
t ;;" .t':', "nansvnieHoTemb rJ86 b( '899. i, 11&0 Juana lad' ivi)1be tiadeelfrr.Boilau's;; direction ; within the time prescribed by law or they will bo for :I :. Augustine, Jtily. 17.1830.GEORGE.
, in esepnr partnient., And,iiutructed y e.ferbarrecJ i and,til persona i indebted are required to : ,West .he Pnblie Squar, 1m.Yinc the,.ten,'
: ; :' WHEREAS, thI heirs'el-- end'other claimants fu, B. in jhosa inches, of education .which, arn "make' 1 payment withoit delay.:, t; (ILOs1-CroD1 a Library in this city wall,and rebuilding It to the height ofTix feel;so aa tn
tJ it'M .: '. O.B&'I., F.. CLARICE. are'delinquents : most e&Vrtually la ight by,masters., : ABRAIIAhfDU'O1tiTA' : Cartol '.''Historical Collection. of make the entire width of the ;rtrett eighty feet.from,
; '
; in the :according law'of the nec..12,1839. i South Carolina. 31 r. Pntiiani's fence
payment, ::AIr.- >Bn rl Uu fin produce the most nnexnrp.iioiiabletcstimonuU : .; .
'x ., C ua'land Territorial Taxes, annssed for the: year,V' of|tioi iii l character: and literary abilities., PLORI" .IMO USE I volume Ronnean's Confessions. Tba pmposals tube deposited with '

" \ ,, ", i ) one thousand eight hundred-and Rrlrt alone, on lands : from several nail characters in the,.<'\j of PhildelpMa.ndatuon a- ,ST.:AUGUSTINE'EA8T FJ OHIDA, ,The borrower win be pleased to deposit them at July2lt39. :: P. 'De' bl'bfAd

"and tenements returned by< Closet! E.'I Y",as claim them (rom the' Rer. tiaaauel B.'L : -- -;-.'THIS COMMODIOUS;:HOTEL has ;this office. I Oth Nov..1830. :_Clerk of.the'Council.
., ed by George t:F.)Clarke,'(or hairs) and othe iisi t > .
Wylie. ProfefswrPennsylvania +ngnag in the University of been No"ee. '
put,Incomplete repair,; .new furniture ? 7 Cutlery l'_
"
\ : '. .ttata J In the County of Mae aforesaid,and where en 'Robert nin.- t><. Professor of &.& .. all '
and en
beddiyg -; i open for tho.'recep-: I I r'-hereby to pel sons having demand. a., 4N.&HOrtmeht of fine CUTiLERY
as Hbf said heirs"and claimanU have'too ,.ocI.:and Mathematics and 'a'0.1 Philosophy in the said Uni-i or i.itiiirs : eonsatmg of
"67 nun ,under tie superintendence of Ibe nn- the Estate of the late MARIA R. RO.I m full sets orT.ble and Desert Knives
'" '' ehatlels:.instid, county" Uponf which, I" can ;homarfet yeraitiit:Chtrlcut' in1Dr.\ respectfully :begs ,Isaacietet'to'Ri1ht"Re to Beni lIed.\,ri,: $?dle" ,;novel!r so conduct the,establuliment. I DRIQUEZ;tee Htr.'that they do exhibit lhen> duly Razors Jerk and Pe -JtaiYe.. tor'sale br and.Forks" .
I F.1I I.ncJ. Rey.Mrs ForrestD. as to to it a'character authenticated the Executors aid Estalejlvithiatho
wnrura to of
equal
il.'W.
r' "Notice p. hereby' liven., -That ,I; Jesse CAarxa.T Rev:Wm.,Bourk* 'K.' Whittaker/ Erq, 'MartinSt. Hotel in the Southern Country': .' '" any i .time,prescribed ,by law,:or they will be finally ._ AVERV -
'Collector' la and for the' "f Alachiiaun '
i County UodJr, E+Q; and i .--Augustine Rev. C. 'Ram tatfsJ4erytV t
.. W. >Y. DATES. ; barred. All I, those indebted tp the said Eaia are requested
'the Terrttor1'4FJorlda.iDli: to public Mleat .n, Iter;*1(uunnsAlrarex. Motony, General P. 8.'Soiilh.; Dr. NU.-C ,'Stabling tur' Horses' had attentive to make 'immediate 'payment, to ."* E..rY.T ,-Snperfino Loiter Paper a tin;Bgisir

i, > the Court House in' said county, six months aAerri ,Ynt.a' Ill, Bhuiuoil ; Dr.. Chas. Byrne and Antoniomade O.Uers.. One! laud, two horse Carriages,,and Saddle. i MATEO .80LANO, 'Es.,. while,blue,and colored Instinds;Sealing wax.
the daU hereof;ttf wit ton the 6h if'yor' July in the Eel: ,Horses. for hare 0e .24. ..21:8 and Wafers Premmm 'BlaeSr Ink,and Bine "Writing
year' one thousand,ht hundred and forty, twenty '''Terms moderate kn nvn on application, atVom Aiigustiiic AuguitS., 1839. I Fluid. ; Unsiaand Enluh Quill. 'At the Store or V
n thousand acres of,land.returned by the said Moses the (Academy': j' 07' The New York American; National IiitcHi-en- Notice.llJpTICE. Jan. 16. 1840., ; L. W.VERY";
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E.-J..eyl"U being ,of the quality followinsGfX)0' ) I ,bo'fillluwhi,i. tbe pen of Mi1. Welsh of theWehavsniidthi cot} Washington City ftlercantile ,Journal." Boston b hereby given, to ill persons having; V JE kdriht. Jioom.
=,10,000seresyewtciiyYtate, and ,Natant",1 Uilzue. J Courier Charleston, Georgian and" Republican, Sa-s IT claims, against the Estate JOSEPH BENUEL.. mHE CiLzens of Bt. iigtlatinei 'kfiirmreil+ ;;
&,009 Acrstef};hard, all quality( heiaarebeing an : pleunreofviiiiingXlt. BAeademy.Prune ,'Dnah..are, ; >icfted publish'tbo tbo above once 1 dec., t. present'the same within the time prescribed ". the Subscriber has b s 1.kpaned"tt
a Itndla
+nnditided ptrtaad pwcel, pf,the*large tract often1knattatat d air 'Mod muslin juntlce to its_smiarincipaj -;:':week for, two months, and forword their., erxoaati.rot : pi ..r1ihey l.be.rore'erbamcJ sod"all personsindebted next the City hotel; where pipers from tb : Itiiani.
.,"Arrtuondo Grant ; which said'grantKfanfyiosijSJife'y ble aud competent f say.that it is worthy ol-II'l'payment. V :, are required to make. payment to me. '. ptirteipat
.0tna.thousand.acrss,of land wore.. the encotnluoK"hi< bit has 10 generally -eeei\'ed.-- I' >'Pe. <. GEO.'J. ZE NBACERr Adm'r. Citieeorth.Uaionwdtbekepton6ie.r 8afleerttt.n; ./J... .tIIi'- .
., ." erjlwsi; ,)end d'ou'.all sides'prittcipally, \>y 'I'nhJIG1IMdt.tbe Uisptanorinitriictunwearied on is one of such perfection as LL pewnns indebted to the'Estate of:iRTHUR'O'HAQAN. ; after date 1 will the rion" He hope that this edts poi m ntb. '
I apply to
tCentrt.of which Grsiu'.calls, for-,rbI e applicatianJ >n'could'alote base'rttaiaed to. I, ,' late of the Connly or Su Johns r SIX.WEKK3-or ,tbe .Court .of,8f Johns w71 meet with t a'p' ublio'accommodation
County at
.I'M/;Ilaattae&ibrongh&S: p.rliT which Gran*. :.a' strict Uinci 'linarian 'alone could pructice.evi .. : doe.mrorequeaudtomake immediate payment. 'And J ,r.0,01'' '*' I11* rf Adminuiir,lion on the Estate Free admittance! for n., ,! f:
bettf' a square, UM.Orange' lAke Crull tons i or 'nsaaosj t3trictaeuwltbou; ,r ty, *nd system,,which of it'*those having claims against laid estate, are requested i lor Lieut m: 'S. jr.NNIN08.hi. of said ,era. Masters; of Yeatl..and Stranv
of the s&id fwdividod :parcel or the said present them duly authenticated.within tbo'time: County' F. BH.KDIEU
part or uf! incites the papi 's eompliana.tar, particularly b- ,, dee Noyo..12.V GATES' BIAa aadni .
: ,;Arredoodo Grant,as wBl> I be sunleient to pay and muisryth ervable there;, and Ibe beppymnd successful ability prescribed bv law, or they will be forever barred. = 5fiy 301839 'Gf-3i1 .
i -' :atBount"Of faze{ doe thereon from:the aid with which be unite i Ibe'.aat tor iu taodu'tith'tbu e : Uftft. ..1839. EDMUND, WALLEN.'Adm'r. Notice. ,- SUperior. C Ur-.WA'.8Ierk.'

; claimauts or owners thereof,'together with all I C( fortiter in ,',-tba. ',iJir the pupil pleasure in aciknowladgiml V NOTICE. -- lXaseekiikeidatefwilLapply'tothe: Jade of V IN CUANC aY.V _
"tad eharges arUiog ihi re' JH i to be sold in lot*'of, tin y, the Importance of industrious appliea* I the County Court of ,Si Johns County fur hue, n ..Marvin vs. Pbib Andrews Perkins fli o.Jo-
IXvrnek..flerdaulwdRep, 1 to UM
i 'to :" acref.each. or less,"as the, law direets.r : ,i ion.i. trnly admen .. Ahi borla,'. abilities art or I JndxVof the County Court; of Columbia; Coast, Hon. bar Adminntratioo on the'estate'or'" aria eph \Vhite'D.raardo.S'iur."Dioaiai.'S.; ..

1 .1" "* JESSE CARTER! r high order. ttln conjunction with hlsraoral reputation;: fur.letters'of.edrnlnutratioa on the estate of LUKE 'f0UCRIdeceased, 'CHAR.h81lYRNl:. .ql '

'Tax Collector for AUcii i teary.y render him pecoUaily capable of fitting the human PARKER, late of said fJQnD .'!. ., !tloy,20. 1839, i IT.appearinf froth the affidavit ofb complainant

Kewnantville. Nor.25, lti3:1." mind to be at once a( alaeaadinornament to soeie Columbia c.. Dee&. lb3S). JOHN PARKER.' ?1J1110K8! A.Wa ..fcr''t* entitled au.&laat' PbiI 'Arid "w.
/ ,W wish hat t'; t. ; -- WI111E8.t P.. aDa ,
ty hint success.which.so excellent, llpit P' WfaR taeaboWde"TeniiorjE
"'OT/CI,'U hereby :itreI' |o.alr:: crron liavin; preceptorde.enar. National CnyUe nilE PUBLIC srs'' re pectfqljy informed thai t : TilE subscriber, bu just reeiived (and ,will a 1r readanta reaiderwi&laotn\ of FlorieMand

111 claims against the f5t\t., nfThM>,, Butter jj!eC'. N -l11r.Dnsla dbe i*.lesite.to arturo the public .: arCREEOAN hM th.'d.y recommenced t. .,. keep ea.bUadaeboice.tock; of, I,{., within,the United 8 Ules..It b jnfm4 that the.'said
r 'fm llTWut the same duly aitMteil'wihin| ilm'' Urn*.j pi ilU| it,i i- ht4.fi sedj dvieriMiiution become a perma te. hiJlI:ehool ,h the house of &f,. Aaoxxw .QUOIS. AND' wINES.eonsistinc Andrews, Nicbols and White appear and answer th.a-
}a \ scribed by law and ';all persons t indebted thtroift, are aunt,i e si dent of &1. Augustine, iu the event t>( is I Lorxx; in which he will receive ,in addition to those OLD LCOiNAQ'BRANDYt' ;JAMAICA mended and sup meD' Bfflsfied in Ob caaso with

.. Q"" to make. 'Immediate.payment inn meeting, with, auffic eat patronage, aa he highly.ha p.' whom Jie t already' has under hit care,: ten, twelve RUM, GIN, WIUSKEY. AND 'in four months Iron the day of,the first publication of
*a JAMES JORDAN, i'teci..lbe aalubi of the. climate. Young Ladies, who will be taught in an apartment Off. MADEIRA WINE, this order, and that Copy of' order,published
'::f'JaBitvy'ANDREW! '.ROOD.W0 tJQI + ". January( 2. ." ,30-4w separate, from that of bun 'Boys,.and ,to whom, the ,which he,will dispose of cheap.: .: in the Florida Herald Dace a'week* daring the above

a i.1 .roil '. -7'llJ stuctest attention will be paid: / fov.g6.ie38.; -' JA5IES KEOGH: period. Dated this 5th day of April,'l 38u+ "' ,
side of "
4'm LOTS; siluate.1 i>n jibe \\fft Ma/Pa ,O? His Night School will be conducted 'I r .
i \ 41'.:i Samhfs Creek, for_ s+!e., Apply toiirt.Feb.1S. rflnHeuodeYaignJU. 'are Mill selling LOTS on'ter, thereto' .ItOBT..RA1'MONJ REID,
1840. GEO.' L; ,PHILLIPS. favorable term lathe Village of-8t"Sebastian.to'EXAMiSK'rrif (. J I .tateof SIlllietit, .ej1Iut. 4ec. J *rs sCs rt, D, ;\E f.
Tr.ere is no LJXS 'wit1 rkvxa upon the property they Augustine.:'Jan- 2,1840.NewYork. 3G."", A..LL penon. laying ebma against 1M cute of : A true copy ft. B.'GIBBS, Clerk;' VV S -
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;' .:; ;For,Kent or ,Sale. offer for sale and on rchasers are respecUuuy invited Mats' L' sIMON .BEI'KI.JtJl.. late 'of 8 John l .11''ttl' : '" -.

.BR{.HOUSE AND LOT,'in ,Hospital",Street.riiflJwinina taffy.t ,TITLE-- -offered to them: sf fENTLEMEN'S Beaver .Bnnb8Uk3askraL County tie ;:,era hereby, notified to -1heinupec'1.g IX weeka .nerd.fal..Ulllp",,to tWJadge of
ttl.otJlrt. Rofcerlson.Iwinuottf .3 I ... F. L.! DANCY.. demalds, duly ;,anihentieateJR within'the
the .
).'rem v ,' W and Moleskin fashionable nude HATSfor preiuibedby tare sad those tjm 1' ',.?Uw County Court of.SUohas, ,; Uuars, ,
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JOHN GRAHAM who ate
\aI $\\'JI.LlA,3IS.. ; sale b1: : I. W ..' heath"wa g iA of adminutralioo. the' EJt JUAN .
debted c. PUR
j AVERY aro .
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I d' 1630 makeoamenL !
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