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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: May 16, 1840
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: t.', s : mw lWJrffi@mnu-w. public places in said Town, or publishing the resided within the corporate limits oT laid'Town From tide Baltimore, 'Transcript.}' : -

.... &,. Ut.. mP. same' in any newspaper published in ,tho place, for at least six months last preceding: election 1 COL. }trait AND Ms. GEATTAX.- Colonel Burr,
AlfD: t and no ordinance shall 'be' considered lobe in shall bo qualified\ vote' for .Mayor and who had been Vico.Presidentol.America,and

: force! until two weeks after such: publication; Councilmen; when the qualifications of any individual probably would,ha.ye;,been the next:President,
." .1.iI and all publications in' newspapers' shall continue ofieriitg,vota arc challenged the :in- but for.his,unfortunate duel with Gin.Hamilton -

: r0BLlaH( D EVEUTT'THUKSDAT' ; 't l0 1 w 4r'L'iiwrortxtiiTantrrmat'ot.F for at least three times. 'rhet shall cause spcctora.may,question him on oath, and if it appears ,camo over to England, and was made'known tomc.byMr. _
'WK TAR fj '. '0 to be kept a regular record of their proceedings that be docs not possess tho requisite qual.ifications Randolph' of;iSo tJa.CarolIn with

'1 rail'"ttb(?'ficitilusi; I AttittrajusLtt. P which shall be open for public inspection,,and ,his vote shall rejected.., whom 1. was very jntiimtev! 'He-requested I
i Iir'11)vi1; ; upon which the yeas and nays'.on all'questions ;Approved February,! ; 1840. would introduce him to r"Gruttantwllomho'wnscxcesslvelyanxiousto

s. i shall bo .recorded,at ,the request, :of any two seel :CoL'Borr was
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'sfcall elecracity? reedprer"cleylr ;;,contains an extract from a. p anion.' fit. ,
-- z:1":: .'" .' .VJ : 'i arid Marsbalandauchotiiercit-olfccreassmay; Texas pa rl.giing'a account of an act 'of:the ; People;general form estravagankaMlclpa''

I-- ,Eddo, .EDTOnlAL.QQNVENTlOf ihd Pabliiiteri of whoM names No.'23. -Ax Act toamtidjih''Aci mcorporoting t be deemed necessary, to give effect io their,pow mastbtutal.trcacherystoward&a'party' of-;Cumanch lions regarding eminent 1'IOBi't,; .,:);;.iJI: .

TW Manta rib.-rnrhe Florida p"rp", or pbc1q& tho Roman Cotbolic Church at 8t.Augustine. era regulations, and tncilimtea'dtschargaLpf > Indians, by a,detachment ot tho Texan :The i idea'ofagreat.orator ancLIrlh,cJtief cit Vtied

"bw*.ea connected.itIa that fret a, upon a more called St.Augustine's Charch. :. their duties required by this act;the said Mayor troops underthe'personaldirection! of the Sec.' withit.naturally enougb.' r" spoeding rto.tlonsofphysJcalelegance.Yfgoran
tr'- foundation*, preventing ,those diMgreetnente ,Sect.;:1. Bo,it ,enacted by .the Governor and and Councilmen shall prescribe their duties fix retary of], Yarbf the Republic.' It. appears thata digaity" .

bkh might' *ariM corn counictinjf inlere*!*.amcng Legislative Council of Territory of:Florida, their salaries aud may the same dismiss at pleas. party of about sixty-five Indians arrived at Such was CoL Burr's mistake, 1,.believe about

..Iuve1 a*'for' the :purpott' of throwing That In $.no'(election shall be held from un. are., San Antonio, bringing with them Miss Lockhart i.I Mr. Grattan.,.and I took dire ,not to ondeceivo
quad theirinieteata these safeguards which espriCBC -. avoidable 'causes; 'at the' time'appropriated by .Sect. 5. Be it further'enacted.' That! it shall a little girl captured from another tribe about hint l i.e' .

DM tinglit ibejn are' rerploth' ai trj>rot cionnftitirt the'act to which this is an amepdmenttheChar.teX be the duty of the said Mayor ,and council, to eighteen months ago. Their avowed object was We went to ;my friend's, house, who was to 'r
.tbo irrtjncrit loi+..* *ii'tainrd' by ,carclvM, or : of said Corporation shall not on that accountbe hold their meetings in public except. when in to ransom'their prisoner, and ascertain what leaVe'London next day. I announced-that;

ndntentcnatomeni,do af. roe among muelt''',to' forfeited, but it shall bqthe.duty.of the Board their opinion tho public.good may otherwise require would bo paid them for the return of other prisoners Burr,(from America,) Mr.Randolph'and myself
followling
the and observe the '
opt 1e'i following in. the) prices, of to their, *iD'tt. '. of Wardens elocjt to appoint another day, as at stated periods, and at such places as in'their possession.The wished to pay our respects and the servant informed .- ;
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i,: ,. T&m' or nmnngeroenl T3cie.irTion.=For weekly paper near.. may be convenient to that appointed by may,bo drsignated for that purpose. The Ma Italianswere: invited to a council,'twelve us that hisjnaster would receive TO in a
Fi.Dou.u pitrllJlDD a. 8etni eekly piiper*, Six said act; and whenever at an'election held on' or shall be President of the Board,and in his absence ch iefs being assembled in a room, while the'o- I short time but ,was jit the.moment much occupied : ,

[IoIIan per annom-and P jperannotn. In all eased payable in advance.and no. day appointed, ,;by said ..Wardens the whole Council may appoint from among their own body ? of troops was; marched into the room, ,were all 'on the.aIerL Randolph also "
l 00W gapers lobe Bent till the nn'iiHy UjpH.fxM ./. number 'or- War ens shall not be elected, a'Mayor, who shall have power pro temporeto while another ,company,guarded, outside. On I was'anxious:to be,present to the great rattail, '
,2d.: orAatruttistad.nnle rqaare of an election, supply*deficiency 'nny'be held do all the'duties prescribed by this actor the being told they were prisoners, the"!'cbiefs' in. : and both impatient for the;entrance of this De

1b0 .Md,or.n .dertl8CDaeutoeellrl.,1b. space as soon after as may be necessary for that'pur- Mayor, and shall have the same compensationr stanuy;made battle and were all shot The Indians :'mosthenes. .At length .the door opened, and in
rof 103'Word' bpl..DIDa1 adrertuetucnt type i.fexIdndid posy;the day.of any such election to be appoint. that tho Mayor would have had for .same ser outside the house also attacked the soldiers, : hopped small bent figure-meagre,yellow;and

L' by cote or books, for 9)) the fast insertion cd eithcrby the. preceding Board of Wardens, ,vices. but were repulsed and captured. A small num. ordinary; one slipper. one,shoe; bill breeches .
continuation. Tarn
tar each or'more.yeares
.sodfTCents io the same, proportion, Advertisements or by tho new Board, when there shall be a ma Sect. 0. Bo it further enacted, That tho May- bet of them who escaped across the ricer were knees loose; .hi cravat banging down;,his \
elected and whenever shall or.shall the of the Council by mountsd men and every OQQ killed shirt and coat sleeves tucked old hat
see ualnIDI one and a half rqnarc),and Ion than two, jority ; a vacancy preside at meetings pursued up nigh,an
win be charged'' M two.. Where .drerti*emenl*are occur by death otherwise, the Board of Wardens which he may convene as often as in his opinion but a renegade Mexican. The loss of tho'Indi. upon. his head. .

fV;" ,sent without aqy .poe al,direction. to the ..onset consisting of a majority thereof,shall appoint the public good may require; he,shall see to the ans amounted to 35 men, 2 women and 3 chil This apparition saluted the stranger very "
er inoertioDa erred\ it will be unJeratood.that they an election to fill,such vacancy, at such due enforcement of all ordinances the Council dren.. The Texan loss was" 7 killed and 8. wound. courteously; asked (without any intoduction) U .

''lire to be trabticnfd x.titforbi nainaod ,at' the ,di crelio of.the, publisher, ind Sect.'2. Be it further enacted.,, That the present to' call out thopotie:comitatus':within the The next day a squaw was despatched\to request I proceeded, tq.make inquiries about the
,,charf d according to the foregoing, rite*. Legal ad- number of 'Wardens' elect" shall, until the said corporation, to aid the Marshal in the execution an exchange.of prisoners, and it was.expected late General Washington and the revolutionary ,

.y.rt lf''!au,'orwhkh the term o pubTiaaronsafixedbyt i. next annual election, or until their successors be of his duties, and the said Mayor shall bo that she would return in" four days with war. ,My companions.looked, at.each other; ;

law, will only Jvertiaenient>e exempted ,from JO this rule. Far.tsadrrtg elected, constitute legal Board for the transaction entitled to receive such'salary as the City Coun. the captives. An expeditionwas to ma"rcha- their replies were costive and they: seemed imo "
yearly $ squareaYesrl : '
!, advertisers wbnj'| >n>*vf their advertuementa per of business,and for all purposes contemplated cil may direct, not to exceed one thousand dol- gainst .the Cumanches 'forthwith. patient to see Mr. Grattan.' 1 could scarcely ;

wilt lie r.bare.1 t >Jty), oral allowed the space of rout by said Charter; and the acts and contracts lors, to be paid quarterly by the Treasurer, out JAMAICA. contain myself; but determined to let my eccentric -

aarcf in the weekly paper. J75 l rur the same of any such Board done o'r entered into, or which of the,funds of said corporation.Sect. The Jamaica Royal. Gazette of the 21st ulU countryman take his course, who appeared. .
4>pace in the avini and tri'-weekly paper, and f 100 in may hereafter be done or entered.into by the 7., Be it further enacted That no one received at this office states the agricultural quite delighted to see his visiler, and was .tho''
lately
i the daily paper*. Where Ibo'.durti.emen..oyr"uQ same with'other persons, shall be good and val shall be eligible for the office of Mayor Coun. of the island be deplorable and most inquisitive person in the world. Randolph
to ,
thYvpaee allowed. the SCPM wi'l be charged br.q. the id in' law. cilmen, unless he shall have arrived'at the ago prospects look forward with was far the tallest and most dignified looking,
.,. A'lmtiwnicnt fr> m a distance mart be aerompauiedwith that it is"utterly impossible to of the 'haired.,.and well dressed
Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That the third of twentyonc years, bea citizen of the U. States man two,grey : ;
the naoPe1. or a ref erul1e tCtwnr.w.r..ncemt. any pleasurable hopes to tho future prosperityof Grattan" therefore, of courser took him for,.the
section of the act to which this is an amendment, housekeeper, and have resided within the limitsof immediate and unlimited immigration .
unless
he Jamaica
t given.AH be and the same hereby repealed. .' the Corporation at least six months last Vice President,and addressed him accordingly.: ,
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annn "nU rand'nUti-a-a for ome,.will be is encouraged..ft A memorial l, addesd -
Randolph at l length begged to know if theycou ct
Approved 25th cbruary, 1840. his election.
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charged Five Dilate fur liiacrtiondiiringtheeanva ; to Sir Charles Metcalfe from the parish of / '
of Mt.Grattan.tUpon
the honor
Sect. 8. Be it further enacted, That tho first shortlyl1aVe seeing
"i r Manchester and
i signed by numerous proprie
AIlIJerNn..l.omniuiiieatiom which are admiibte.teomwuaicatnaa No. ,24i:-An Acv incorporatorhe Town of election shall take place on the rlrsLMondav in which our host, .not dotibUng but they
relating to nne'a individual aa'airn.p .. lolu. -. \prll'uert,- ulld\ the"supertntcmrcncexrf'three tors.oteo1fea. .Uous..hu1hQ.folkUYing passage knew him,oooc i. itjnust,be his son.--:. .

'- (T*, of .mw,lnv'rii iit. new good, new et.b1i Sect. 1. Bff'it 'enacted by tho Gover:or and houso-holders, citizens of tho. United States,,and 44'We: beg to assure ExccJ1cncy-tbnt.the for whom they inquired, ,And said* ho.believed he ,
'.OKmi., eandidatra.and the like, will be charged at the Legislative'Council of the Territory of Florida, residents within ,the limits of said corporation your is had that moment wandered' out somewhere to
ul.urulstate of truly
'thbfpar
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'ff"lIMprit.a***d, ,ntMiti-.f .>- That all the free..white inhabitants,who are citt- to be appointed tho Judge. of the County present agn coffee fields amuse himself. '
I : ,Si;, A BLACK Lan<'ehaH, be kepi In each ettablirh* jells of the United States,and over, tho age oftwcntyone court;and al Il 1 sub sequent elect ions for mayor and deplorable and our ruinate generally: present On This completelydtsconcerted V oAiBercafl.V .
and
n<>nt,,*n4 the name t f abMondiitg' and delinquent residing on section four,town councilmen of the Town Jola, shall beheld a neglected appearance. and they were about to make their bbW and thefr .
years
itperihcra, (till!. who flop t1MSt papers WILJltll'Jltll \ but very lew properties.has there been anland exit when'I thought it high timetoexplainvand!
ship tour, ot'range nine south and west, in the annually on the first Monday in January, under in 1837. And ;
coffee that
for the fallen for
planted
shall be pnbWied benfil since
| tip arrearaRes) in the of Florida tho of for that., taking Col nelllurr'aDd Mr. Randolth reupcc--' -
County of 'Calhoun Territory inspection persons appointed pur- have been made
Itr the Where further ,
lh
or be craft. And m t'e1in'lleutl any 'attempts .
the hand introduced them to the
'dl any... "e.t,UIKhnieut, tjinll Ire| ,inutn.Uy copied nod their successors' be and they shall forever pose by tho Mayor and Councilmen. they have (except in one or two instances)proven tively by right.
and piihli d ill the paper of eath otber.4ih. remain from the passage of this act, a body cor Sect. 0. Ba it further.enacted, That within (from the determined! ,opposition of the laborers honorable' Henry GrattaixI ,
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1".- WORK aball' bo eonaidered ta cub and poratc, by Jhie name and style. of the TOWN or five days after said election, the Mayor elect to any thing! like continuous labor,) abor neverjsaw people stare so,o>rio much embarrassed. '. .
payment demanded oa do'ivery,except from regular I OLA," and by !that name may sue and be sued, shall tako an oath, or affirmation, before any tive." Grattan himself .now. perceivinjithe#

covtomer plead and be impleaded, may have and use a Jpdgo or Justice of tho' Pen.co of the Territory, week is said, to be cause heartily. joined! in my merriment., He
labour
In field four
a
The price of Joha shall l>e a* follows : Card, I I common seal,and do all other acts as natural persons ha the'will, to the best of his power, .skill,' and days from labourers pulled down his shirt sleeves,pulled up his itockmgx -
pack$i per pack t 3 par h k*$3 per park;over 3 pack I and miy purchase and hold real l. person. ability; support advance and defend the interest the utmost that can be procured ,. and in his own irresistible war,'apologized
f* lUndl hill., >f 5. Pamphlets, ft per and that only from five to seven hours a day- for the he cut them he.
p"tliaek. al and mixed property and dispose of the same peace and good order of the said "Town of memorialists of the increase of mare figure assuring "
;pa{ fo,1111C1p"d letter, $15 per roe inperquite' and and The complain had totally overlooked it in.,his anxiety not, to
said loin diligently discharge
tor the benefit of Corporation faithfully
folio $ $"! crime theft-which is said to have
% e ream.
? post particularly
; Pt per Ireland .
that he to
Theatre or tdrehs bUll, ne\er leer thou $o per set Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Go- the duties of Mayor of the said,"Town of Tola," reached alarming and unprecedented extent. keep them waiting; was returning
and been
his continuance in office, and that he next morning, had busily packing .
vernmentofsaidTowshallbcvcstediiiaMay.{ during .
and JBJ hith a* 910, according to situ The editor of the Gazette, speaking of the ex
in closet full 1 of
his books and dust
GtI.. namcaof aliowinru. and other,IravcJljngnroreaional or and Council, to consist of a Mayor and four will support the constitution the United States positions published in his paper, says:, up papers a
charaden. who go off without paring Councilmen who shall have full power and an.' :B'nd'be shall within ten days from the time of Our impression,of this day, presents to the and cobwebs. This incident rendered the inter r

their printing.billn,rtutl heplaredon the'black liit. thority to pass all.such bylaws and ordinances said election,convene the Council elect, and ad- reader abundant matter for the most serious re view more 'interesting. Tho' Americans' ;iwera.' '
and published for the benefit'Irhe craft as may be necessary for the due regulation and minister to them an oath affirmation;similarto flection. It contains etidence'of the .deplorablestate charmed with their reception;and after a protracted -

The above rules not iii affect/ any special existing proper government of said city,not repugnant to that taken by himself.,, whtch'this rich and flourishing\ Island visit,retired highly gratified,whilstGraU
"racltI of the present fear! Dut rorttracta.variant. enacted to once tan returned again to nis books and cobweb .
the laws of that Territory of the United State, Sect 10. Be it further That at least is reduced. It in vivid colours
pourtrays ,
from them will not be renewed. __ .
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The Editnrs and "poibliihcr of,FlnriJVho/ name and for the regulation of the police thereof; they ten day s uciuiu mw fi rat luuuuajr 111' J January ui theyet: farther state of misery and destitution

eta 1>er nmo annexed pledge themselves in honor.earb shall have power to abate and remove.nuisances each year,the Mayor and Council shall appoint which awaits us-if a remedy bold.strpng,and A RABK Booxv-M. Tbilate, an amateur'of

; .nototheoUwi ,'to ob l'Ye the foregoing Rnlea.managemeu ,to license, and regulate retailers of goods and three discreet persons, who shall not themselvesbe energetic remedy, in the shape of Immigration scarce books, purchased,a few days since for a: .
npthe L of the.butitie of their different spirituous liquor*, tavern,theatrical and other candidates either for Mayer or Councilmen and that to the fullest extent is not,applied. trifle an old Virgil,at a stall on"one of the quays .
UbIhmenU.! public amusements .to' prohibit gaming, to'establish any:two of whom shall be competent to act as There is no other'measure there can be no Having carried his purchase borne he sat down,,
C.I'E. 'DARTL'ETT. and regulate burial grounds for the use Inspectors ot tho 'election of Mayor and Councilmen I scheme adopted'which can avert the threatened to collate it,and to his astonishment, found,"ast*' :

ef tktApltUa Gtttttt. said Town,to sink wells and ,erect and repair and public notice of their appointmentshall ruin which awaits us but immigration.,We lookthen he imagined, several leaves'torn out He.was '

t JO :fll CUOSKKY. CenrUr. pumps in thestieets'or: public squares to erect be given by causing the same to be posted to Her Majesty's Govornment. and to it a- on tho point throwing the book aside{ but resolved J
\ ,,1 tin ApdatkkoU and repair market ouses' and public scales, : up at three of the most public places within the I lone to aid us in this extremity." to ascertain whether'the leaves were actually e.

J, B. .of WF.OD.lJU Tallahassee Stc,.' and to regulateweigbts!: to appoint wharfingers limits of said incorporation,and also the time and Baltimore American. gone,or whether tho pages bad been mis- ";;::11.

t' 8AM. K 8IOLEY._ and harbor masters and prescribe their duties place of holding such election,and such inspect- numbered. In doing this, .ho found tthe"'

,' I of la TUkt*s.s nwi. to regulate the anchorage and mooring of vessel ors shall take an oath of solemn'affirmation that The New'York Star publishes' 'a lett from leaves were there but had been pasted together '

; J. M, liOULD. : and provide fort the 'preservation jof the they will, to the best of their skill :and ability, .WILLIAM M. PBICK late District Attorney for at the edges.. On separating them with care,be

rf At Fbntt i tlenU.police. .health of the people of said Town. to establish faithfully and artialy'dischargealltheduties! 1 the Southern District 'of the State of New York, was surprised at the appearance of three banknotes
and regulate'patrols, to regulate'the storing bf of inspectors of t election of Mayor and Coun for ICOO francs each. Next '
in which Mr.Price denies having been ever connected I Tilt .
) day .
t LL persons' Having claims agint; the I estate of gunpowder,'.to,, restrain and 'prohibit tipplingand cilmen,and their returns make; and .thf1Y' shall with Mr. Swartwout in the perpetrationof returned t te sU'ut which he, .
.VATHAtiJEL BI'EYE..VS.l le of St. John disorderly houses and lotteries,'to establish then proceed to take the ballots of such personsas dishonorable act or- being ever in correspondence chase, nn the book bad been lying
a
, ."_.ydoe.; are hereby notified to file their repec* schools; build Schoolhouses and superintend arc qualified to Tote and to cause the name of or connected with him to defraud the I there only a short time bfbr b bought havf
lire"demand, duty'snihrntiratcd within, die lima the same,organize fire companies, to purchasefire every voter to be taken down and recorded in a Government He ft announces hb intention of returning 'log been sold by the! Dw'olr.b
prescribed by Uw t and those who are in any way isi4et.ed engines, build engine'houses, and do all other book to be kept for that purpose ; and the poll to the'United States and solicits an investigation ing wealthy, had by imprJene V
. are'raga red to- make paymrhUM acts, matters! and, things which':the necessi shall be'open at nine o'clock A.M. and close at the Congress. His con. himself to state of a Djot distressful'which .
U5 IMO. 47. W. W. OATE8. ties and,welfare of the said. Town may require. six o'clock P.M. when the ballots shall be,told, words on are part: had died, and whose Itle'i of furniture ; ;x

Eat gIlH',"Jev If.aldlu, i And for this purpose they shall have power to and the name of tho person haying the greatest eluding It is intention to return home in the course and effects were sold te S.tadrayte.:; ,.?

PLATED AUTIOLtS. dec.T ; levy taxes on,persons and property, real, personal I number of votes for Mayor and Councilmen of the ensuing my month. in.order.to invite the most I expenses Chtt. J..Tith.: V
IiC'Subsaibet' ba just rvtvnied from Chaueaten and mixed and being within said shall dcclnred elected. and the name of tho
residing : full and searching ; in regard to all matters ring 116e bbl int' it'y
with kn tiaortiueirt of the latest fathion of corporation,'!in the.manner hereafter described,' said Mayor and Councilmen elect shall be recorded connected inquiry with the charges made man's to .. :
:., Jewelry &c. received from the North, sad eelectod they shall havq power to make contracts which ,and dotice of their'election, shall be given and things adr francs found old Virgil.wearinB.Ak .
absence. I
offer )lower against me in my han t 3 t.
Jby bimaetf for ibis market which he on. shall be binding.on said corporation, to borrow to each.'
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." Da' purchased n Florida.. Among his acortineut further if The force of calumny is I fear, too strong to
enacted That
tenps and contract debts to buy and tor sell, Sect,11. Bs it ,, by '
money of until vices i which
a suspension judgment, there soma
be found arc
will permit general .
of said .. reason of tho refusal absence or other una void.
and in the name and on the bvhalt corporation n .
Marine. Garnet,and other precious shall be have presumed'to.copy: -
Emerald Aqna such inquiry hadj I he vulgar lot .,;
Umoyworked Into Droacheii.,Ring; Ear Drop Jke. ; they haW' havo power to judge.of the 'able Casualty, the Mayor elect shall, be prevented But Mhcar both sides:" audi aUerampartepr, is rreat, there are others which the hye. .1

silver ''Table .and Tea fpoon Ladles, Butter election returnsof' the Mayor, and of his qualifications 'J fr performing the organizing dutiesby the adopted maxim of every American Citizen, ,jondescendcd 8 to from the vulgarA,
Knire*,.and other,article* of CMcnlul n c. ,and of the election returns ar.d. qualifications 1 this act required, or by failure election from and 1 hope its application will not. be denied to monr these we c t brow nnt t set:dow ,.-
Atarxe: aapplv of told.ilver and steel Spectacle, of the member of their bwrtbody, and { any cause, it shall in such Case be the duty of the In order to obtain it.l avow' my readiness of ; and sriog, a'practice prtc

with colored and plain glasses, may'expel a member on a vote',of two-thirds. of f Mayor in office to cause'a new election to be me. arrival( to answer unreservedlyand nothhg'or'its impiety,) islowanddisgus- :. f V
Watch Chain. Seal,and Key with a I held the ,who shall forth with fo hwitb'n.my say .
Clock, +* ; their whole number for disorderly behavior, or'I by samQ inspectors' interrogatories which and the man of quality on the same I i.
varied aaeorttnent of Cnd., least five notice of tho same, and .at large, any any tine, places ... .,
1. mal-conduct, iu office they may compel the attcadahcc give.at days think to level the at his It will.be plend-: i
of pro- as sweep
of nrudettoo Io mention, ,' mmittee Congress may proper do.
And variety nnmcmua hold another election for conformable to ,
a leafs Mayor, i
when the requires j tylenaed i
public
N, It. Watch cud Clock"nrahUlI;, carried on a i'f members_ < I may possibly be condemned "for having ed in excuse that oaths : are. ,.'
and detpateh. The 8nb cri i<. it,'and the,; shall have power to impose I t the regulations of this act. pose. for friend;" but I believe only expletives, which 'Itvet.r .
giroe
usual with a great way .
pmmplnc mr
of their Sect. 12. Be it further enacted,That the May- a
or. "
.
for '
such fines and pcnaltics violation ,
In Flo
ber inlend.l1ip&"Io\, ae can be poreliaaed I that will be found tohavebeen'theextentof mv a period give grace aD IJ:0T.
f the for non-compliance therewith, as tchem _I1 and Council shall have power, and it made sufficiently cessary,, .
\ dinancesor if .
ode and aoliciu contuwianc* *> patronagt offending and if have not been already tiori; but expletives .
heretnfunreceived. F. J QUIXCY. ( shall seem necessary,, to give effect and l j tar duty to fill vacancies in their own body, punished for it,I must be content to en. substitute expressions' eqtia1lp unmeaning and
\' r police, operation to the Powers;herein vested and to a l I causing an election.to be held in the snm duro all further infliction which the charitable lessodensivetothe-rJ There is.nofting particularly .. .
faithful of the duties'herein required j manner as u provided for ,in this act,from the instrtQate ,or pleasing hearing one.
.
laimj'ol tether der and t i discharge for sucheases.I
Att's"f'Ot1iinJ. "the estate any r ftt'u.tnr tP Provided, than!, no fine penalty.shall; exceedtwenty i i citizens qualified to:fill the same' and tho said. may have in store Gentlenien, with great respect' invoke daoxMtion on his soul every ten minutes .
] Mayor and Council shall, in all cases'continue am, be doubted.whether he advances hit i
,Yf? D .I&tt.r 1St. Johns Gamy, deed. dollars: Yourebcclient. and it i"? .
I Are hereby1 nofifieato'Kfe Iheir respective deinandiilaly I I. Sect. 3. Be j I it further enacted, ThaaaU ordinances ,their respective functions until successors.be. WILLIAM M. PRICE. character &.a manor a gentleman by so doing
i antheulicaled. within the time prescribed bylaw.: and rules pasacd, by the Mayor.and Council .1-1\elected and qualified Into office. March 23d,'1840. it is enough to deter any one from this revolting r .
, a nd ih w inJ bted to said estate,are rrqaimlto mk aforesaid under the power herein granted 1'1'I Sect. 13. Be it further enacted, That every Paris practice.when we reflect that those who set the ;

immediate, payment lo ; 1 shall be signed by the Mayor,and attested bJ;v 1' free white male inhabitant of the "Town of Io- We are" Mr., Vanderpoel.u u the most moat prominent examples are generally obaema. "
says
.- alARY WEEDMANJmim tr.i.. the clerk and published without unnecessary df.. la," of the ngc of twenty-one years and upward! ,A* J nation on earth." ,. bullies or prodigate fools. V '. ;,;
rillLlP WEEDMAN. Admim,lr. tor.St. ,| lay by posting them up at three of the mos l \ who is a citizen n of tho United States and his lIpltutcr I .

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.t.A I Wilson his rival-in fashion J iroken down character and dbiocatcd 4 fortunes; d1 Fri 3i a yYrln +1? S extrarNantexpansions paper"'tihi
WJ.SRlGTOC rlit 1xC. quarrel with; Beau ; that it designatedtoe + Undoubtedly he is right, that the' .'
asserts vital
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'. :whom he killed in a duffand! then llud to I t4 ,
Author / the M Sltetch'Bookfi; ; ,to avoid prosecution. :,:& : t ,' nis1mcnt that. must_bfthcm merited Malame ._ SS- of'a Dank is security in the regularity Ii
In the of from 1 ; and L?ibrau. who: was prep nt at one CftbeRcgei1t's Democratic Platform but .
i' '. ., course voyage England, .ir} He returned.Edinbureifl 1700, remained 4 dc; with operations ; even ten times the -
fell ia with a cbnvov of nwrcfcant nC' he J Wits disgusted by the conduct Opposition a National Bank,as fraught &
; ouce ships there sieveral years;during which. supers of of emission over the deposit,was far -
;bound J West Indies; T e weather:was uncommonly I. first broached' bb credit system, offeringto and conversation ot tho host and his guests; and uanger to our free institutions and the liberties too
bland ; and the"ships vied with,each supply the deficiency$ of coin by the establishment tl observed attlabl\,that God'after he bad createdman the people, from its necessarily great nnd controlling though it might be backed by the pledge r

other spreading sail to catch alight, ,'favoring l of a bank: which, according to his took tho refuse clay thnt was )left, and power over the general currency and the real estate of the kingdom ; *- -.ae
: i breeze until their hulls were almost hidden be. vic\'Urnigbt. emit a paper currency equivalent made chime soula lacquers I and princes:. .; business of the country- Opposition to the pre ingto''i o wqthcory.ancla 1._ J.e.'I

nealh a cloud of canvass. Thy breeze went to the whole landtvl estate of the kingdom;. SuchjivdS.the mnnbat now,ruled the dcsticmesofFranca sent.Banking'% 03 def UyaJrupriocjplc 'true, the security? is the'immediate corn
I down with 'the sun;' and his., last yellow l rays: His scheme excited great astonishment in Edinburgj Liw found him full of perplexities and unsafe 1n"praclice, and requiring a radical $|
hone upon a thousand sails idly flapping against: but, though; .,ttic goveromcut, was not from the dtsast roll*statfisfthahctaaccs..llchad reform.-A total separation of the fiscal concerns ity of its paper! into coin. The scheme of J

tho :. ? ,... > .... fSf -- : sufficiently'navanced in financial? knowledge to already tampered with, the! coinage\ ,.calling in of the Government from nil banking institutions Law is unfit.for any government _
.. "rcxultedin'the beauty of the scene,and augured detect the f.1UaciesJpon which it was founded, the conn of the nation, rc-statriping: it, and issuing as the best guarantee for the preservation of our Adam is pot lupoa;'A Nq people gatjfa ,$m
a prosperous'voyage; but the veteran master Scottish caution and'suspicion served in placeof in at a noniinil inc.x-asa of one lifth; thus defrnuJinj National Inde dencer Encouragement and out work, less rich: without the S
1. of the ship shook hb head, and pronounced wisdom, and th3 project was rejected. Law the nation out of twenty pet .cent,'of its support to all. banks, based upon sound principles grow swestr 01 \
this halcyon calm a "weather breeder." And m: with fl') better success with the English parliament capital.'. Hot was not likely, therefore to be scrupulous : with the ability and disposition at all times the brow;' MiddleFldridsThas TneoTSaTS
.so it proved.. A storm burst forth .in the.night; ; nnd thu fatal affair of the death of 'about nut m:ans'liksly to ,.relicvubiui 'the sea roared 'and raged;and 'when the day Wilson still hanging ov,him for which he had from'financial dilficultfcs; he l had even been express provision in all bank chartcrsrcqutriagrimPIe from the d-sfotism oC' t Argent. but IR'

7 ..Jirqke,...beheldLthe gallant convoy scatterrcd -' never been able to procure n pardon, he again led to listen to tne cr alternative a national security 'to be given lo the State for the I inherent'etils.' .' Human. nature- fit*, y true*'' to%Kr k
I in every direction: some dismasted, others went to France ; bankruptcy:. redemption, of their issues in specie demand, and .
I scudding under1 bar poles. and many luring*ig- This lit nndial .affairs of Franco were nt this UmUr tcesc circumstances,:,law confidentlybruu' the perpetual,subjection of all acts of incorporation has demonstrated :;again that,the,hopt
-> I 1 ,. ,nab of distress.. time in'a deplorable condition. The wars, the bt forward lib schema ole bank that was tot&control of the.Legislature.To .. borrower the rales'td JL J r %wit e_! I

\ .,..: I have since been reminded :of thb!scene by pompthe profusion of Louis XIV., mul hit-cU. to p;) oJt the national debt, increase the revenue avoid the necessity of explaining Principlcsdaily dant expansions,are temptations,.too.:pew
,, boae calm sonny seasons in .the coimnarcial.uWorlH pious persecution of whole''classes of the most and at the same time i diminish: the taxes;.-- often- 'virtue' Corruption has
which are known'by the.name of times his is stated the theory by which to the"Federalists, who change theirs fur ha1ir
., as- .
iudustriotij ,of hU subjects, had exhausted The following
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1 ? t I i of the Northern Formerly we knew,of Private Jaws 6ciOC"<
'ut uuMBiiiytPu prusperty. fhcyaro.the sure treasury, and overwhelmed tho notion with debt. he recommended hb system to the Regelt.The cr than 'n' .March wind many .
weather ..breeders' ''traffic. Every j now.and Tho old magnificence, nod could nut,be inducedto cm!it enjoyed by a banker or a.merchant, Loco-Toco papers keep the. above. rccd"tanding ed to meet..the exigencies of "..*:case< ;,.. .
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r then.the.world is visited, 'by one-of thdsc dIusivo diminish his enormous expenditures; ; and his heob-fC'rvod, increases his capital of one hundred at the h d of their columns. It is n, good one < t:1 nlyli d heanik from the.stealing' '
; seasons when the credit system' hs it it his wit's ends thousand if ho sufficient .
minister: of finance was driven to li\"reSfllny. possesses : such I Itil
.called expands to .full luxuriance; chary" body to devise all kinds"nf: disastrous"expedients'to credit, extend his operations .to' a.miUion.-and and may. be. profitably. committed. to mcnioryby. ,a" >silver,", steadisb T. _,.or. sorac- rJtpi..
trusts body a.bad debUt a thirj'g"u. hcnr ,In,,like :1t1ncr4 'fi ..... :. ';" -
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keep ihn royal state; to vxtricut3fthe na- profits e '
up reap '"
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j of; U1iLb ysjrtq 'i uTjnaWy! -TLMJL *- *vJ < LBli| 'jhaA ir' il 'L'L!!? jiIn J.'b.-4I1iU 'UI' aH. 4 1 : :tfeo banks' d.b' e I bed

;. ., "'. .t gs,''L \:vcntuTSrtp'bring 'rent colii of ther kingdom,'would"bras.. Po were J : 'forced to listen'to the hravkrfiogeiiiiijj tf
; 'dash forward T. 'rom(the.faculty:of borrow.famaStnarr forward hU financial project., It ,was founded ful as if its capital were increased tenfold. The The Mississippi Babble.'-' i were f f$1MX)0.

". m on"tho plan of the Bank of England, which bad specie mu tbo drawii into the bank;not by way )V ave s: just finished reading a history of the ( ) In .one "iDstaI1CO.d_ .BM.

r notes interchanged between scheming already been' in successful operation severalyears. of losinoibV taxation,' but in, the ,way of de- greatest &nk.b bbie that ever. laid waste the I passed by the i instrumentality one yfajiffiicato .
individuals are liberally discouhtwl nt the immediate nnd be effected in different modes, .breath Uiitmati
He met with, patronage posite. This might honor became ,fired by the c
\'irtue.nnd the a
banks* which become 'so many mitts to coin a congenial spirit, in the Duke of Orleans, who either by inspiring confidence or by' exertingauthority. means, happiness peo, :l and Jsi'
only
anjmproper intention; a
words into cash; and as'the'supply words :blaexb&ostible had married natural daughter of the king:: i One mode, he observed!, bad already ple. 'Mr.. Gibbon has said that'men do not learn ,.
.. it may readily tie.supposed what ,The duke had '',been nstoni5h.tl nt.tho facility I been: in use. Each time that.n state makes nby the experience of ethers ; if it be so, Washington months after it wasfhawked upon 'the excMiof

' :"' Li : A vast amount of promissory,capital is soon in with-wiiich England.had supported the burthen coinage, it become momentarily the depository ] Irving has had his pains in vain ; [tiC it a northern mart. We have had bank
,circulation. Every one now talks m thousands; of a public'debt, created by the'wars of.Anne of nil l thy'money called in, belonging to the sub otherwise *tho account is stocked with i in our l legislatures; ,and in another.',iwts s'?"
I tf nothing-is heard but gigantic operations in trade: And William and which exceeded in amount I jectj of that stat.. Hb bank, was to effect ,the., be | preminent the rest thcsupcrior of-&.('
great purcbate and sales of real 1 property, and that under which' France was' groaning. The i scimo purpose; 'that b to say. to receive in ,dc information for us to be instructive and, sclu- among ,
law
1 i tmrhense sums made at' transfer All, to stitution concealed in.a the;assuroptieliVthe
every whole matter was soon explained bylaw to his I piwiUJ all coin of kingdoh, but to give in cx tarj"6 -
t c: 1 be sure exists in promise; but the believer' in 1Ic1ti rncttJO.t The latter maintained that England change its bills 4 which, being of an invariable i 0 The Mi biippi Scheme wns devised by John Territory; to pay the debts of'hb Bask ait'

I r promises calculates the aggregate as a solid cap. hud stopped at the mere threshold ,of un value, beariug an interiw nnd being payable on : remarkable for the ability save his stockholders harmlcssf-4hojssme'ii'i:
I ital, and alb back in amazement at the' amount art en(table ut creating unlimited sources of national dt'oUloJvuuld ont only supply the place ol f .Lnw.1 an En-Ushraan vide al who subsequently had. the modem >wt ,.
I of public wealth, the unexampled: of .wealth. The duke was dazzled with his coin, but provy a'better and more profitable: of "combining rtumbera, was of easy manners, .
public prosperity !t" splendid views nnd spacious reasoning, and rency. I a fledblu"tempcr,:and profligate habits. The apply to.thc Executive for anAttorneyship.' i ia t

?,. Now is the time for speculative and dreaming thought ,he'Completely comprehended his systfTTi. Tho Regent lift with avidity at the scheme -, credit'of France had been reduced by the pomp District he had ruined and dishonored.*.jn :

I, ,or c1estp1nc.meo. They!relate' their dreams I Dyunrest, the Comptroller Gcnbial' ofFiunna1 .It suited bu reckless spirit, and hb grasping ex- and expensive'licentiousness of Loub XIV. 'and cost of the passage of charter has been Jam.,:;
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;and projects to the ignorant and creduluo.i'do7.-i not 'so easily n. eivcd. lie thut he was altogether: ,1 .
I was pro- travaganccs. fut ascertained common amebas.charged brt.bery '
ly ; ,
izje them with golden visions, and set them mud- still : ,now, in the Regency of the Dike pf Orleans,
he
. notinct-d tho plan of Law more pernicious than dupe of uw's specious projects: was apt,
7."" i ding after sha iws.' The example of one earn.' any'of the disastrous experiment thattho'vcrnment go liku many other men unskilled in 'the arena o the, plan was adopted to-pay the national and the public finger points steadily ,

" I 1 I ulates another; speculation rises on speculation,:I had yet been driven to. Tho old king finance to mbtnkc the multication of money, fr debt, untl.o minister to his own wants and pleasures .: certain exact sums tn slock?which it b dificakj{

babble' rises on bubble; every one helps' with: nluo, Louis XIV., detested all innovations espv- the'multiplication of wealth; not uad rstanding It.was not.tu make mondv plenty m every to imagine hoe some individuaJs"bio; ".
I hit brctth to swell with hb breath to swell the daily.those which cumu from a rival'nation; the that it was a mere agent or instrument is the,(in.. possessed, of We too have.iiad .a.Misninfpt
later teaching
1 the
mou'd according to .
J 'windy superstructure,and admires and wonders ; project of the bank therefore, was utterly rejeeted. tcrchange of traffic to represent tho value of f pocket 'feirthouqnd
/II f' i '!at the magnitudex the inflation'he has helped .' the various productions industry: and that on t of Franklin-by virtuous labor temperance, I scheme : the poor plan devised for ratsraf s.
.
': .. :J I I to produce. ( Law remained for a while Ill,Paris, I leading a i increased circulation of coin or bank bill, in the!i I:! and.economy-but,' by "financial. "knowledge," } dollacsior. building.1! coiinty urt''
.,, t I I speculation b the romanco of trade,' 'land casts gay and affl uent existence, owning to his hand. shape of currency' ', only adds proportionally lly, to A tablih a'flu/it' a bank which "might emit house has,been Tised to cover lottery qf .,

4 contempt upon all its aober realities' It renders Home person, easy manners' flexible temper,and increased and fictitious valtis to such product to'the whole land- iSiana property to, the amount of twogimlJino I *,c
I the stockjobber a magician, and the exchange a )1\ faro-bauk which he had ''! up. Ills ugreca- tions. Law er.lusU-J the vanity of the Regent i ihis in J I a paper I currency equivalent liad '. orbSldcn ieh
. {region of .enchantment It' elevates 'the mer Mo'cuccr WitS interrupted by'n message from cause. He'persuaded them tqat.he saw'more,; cd estate in the kingdom"nnd'equal''to"tendI '' when that Stctc expre Iy .P .
: '. chant into a kind of knight errant, or'rather, a I }'Argen on, Lieutenant General of 1'01icc. or. clearly than others into sublime theories,of fi.:' fold the amount of money therein. The plan practice within, her sbvereignty./Thesc haw:

commercial Quixotic. The slow but sure gains during him to quit Paris; alleging that he was nand which were quite above the ordinary ap laud J I l'r.Jctiechavu come down in occasional in- been sonic of the'instances off he''dim6ralisai |1 1tendency

1 'I jof snug per" ccntagc become dospicabio in bb rather tai skilful at the game be' had ititrodu'ced. p chen iun. lie used to declare that: excepting istoncestothisdaY! ,maintaining its. credit through / of the7 'Banks.j >zte&iire cpracwof f
j' tyt.'I ;no, operation is thought worthy of attention ,' ." the Regent and the Duke of Savoy, no one had .
i that does nut doublo' or treble that invest. | For several tuccedbjj: ,ycors h;; shifted l his thoroughly comprehended hb.system* nil' as a bubble. gambling! has grown out,oFthcmvlhe mipotcrca:
t 'moot. No business is worth following that does', residence from State to State of Italy nndGermany It is certain that it met with strong opposition I The first omission of notes, quickened with of all magistracy, thc/ otBl dsrcgnrd'oplavr.: ?
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'dot promise an immediate''fortune. As be sits c( offering his scheme of finance to every from the Regent's ministers the Duke de No-, fictitious:life the 'tlcnde oed'energies of the public and the common duties cf sccicti.t 1b.the att':
I musing over his ledger, with pen behind his ear, court that be visited, but without success. The. allies and the Chancellor d'.Auguussau: nnd i il: thi tcndant and cvcti/fauduluut due, and "cn'a
and unnatural action
brought
; I' I.l he i* La Jtlancba'si hero In' his study dreaming I I I Duke Savoy, Victor Amadeas,atlerwads Kingof was no less strenuously opposed 1 by'(the1' Parliament body ; fc!
over hb books of chivalry. His dusty!counting"house ,' Sardinia{ was much struck with his project; of Paris. Law,I however, 'had n potenthough t: .forth an apparent season of unexampled pros sassinntion.We'cbmnwud 7 5 5 5. .f' : :,

fades before' his eyes eyes orchanges in? j'I but after considerii1g for a time; replied : MIam secret coadjutor in. the Abjc Dubobi:I perity.' The'Rmk, and, ,the .Regent became I jibe history of heb1Lssv. 1fP'
to a Spanish mine; he gropes after diamonds,or not sufficiently powerful to ruin myself. now .rising during.tho-Kogpnoj- gront political popular, an J Law, from being a despised here- .Bubbly to our patrons here in Vie Eww"

. j lives after pearls. The subterraneous garden of TUe shining advcnturpui life of Law, and the power, nnd who retained a baleful influence r tic! not only became popular and fashionable,: .ing ngajiB i !the unusua tul( &*, t.<5jroic gdcnly g
Aladdin Ie nothing to the realms of wealth that
equivocal means bywhich he appeared to live, over the mind of (the Regent. 1 his wily priest,' '
ooh "financial ? t'
and he who had existed over1 the by knowledge; theta =
break hb imagination. but powerful ; i
upon
playing high and nlafit with great success, : avoricioua as he was mb ti'u. drew large sum;
I', Could thb delusion always last, the life of aJ threw a cloud of'suspicion over him whenever from Law subsidies, and aided him growl i world upon the fortunes of "the faro-table," \i :vc ate fearful they will''disregttrd. iti.terra

{ ; i merchant would indeed be a golden dream ; but he ,went,and caused him to be expelled by the I many ofb is mast: pernicious pera tiOD.. He,aided now gave bank.bills to hb favorites from. bbscat i comment, so'iicar, at hand/to learn bydk;
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fli : 4 it is as short as it is brilliant Lot.but a doubt magistracy from the scmi.co mincrcial, sfmi-ar- him ii the present instance to fortify the in the Directory, was. courted by men of iccnest experience Tbcso were :somo"cf.the '
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: enter, and the "season of unexamflea'prosper-: Venice and Genoa. ,
; stocratical cities ot mind of the Regent against all the rcmoiistKm--
. .. ity is at an end. The coinage of words is sud The events ot 1715 brought Law back again ccs of his ministers and the parliament llib highest rank, and the favored of the beaut/ I effects!hich the.credi'sj.stt.-m produced ia faaTthan :

ti ., denly curtailed; the promissory capital l begins to Paris. Louis XI V.Wits dead. Louis XV. wasa [TO ?E CO TrctJED.] of the Empire The trade of the vast' Miss sPi two years" uppn'Francc; :' ** t", ,

!l I vanish into smoke; a panic succeed ana tho mere child,and during his minority, the Duke pi i became monopolised with other Inc"ns, cf "Tfie.l'lght ,uf the evil however, rcU.. tfamorn q\

whole superstructure built upon credit; and 1 of Orleans held the reins of government ,as Regent Female\and Royal Crusaderg';ThQ romanti wealth to its,use ; and principalities carved valuable classes oTsociety ;honest. -t d' .*.!
i reared by speculation crumbles to the; ground, i Law; had at length found his mao I idea of becoming a female crusader had got into and sold its banks where were existed men.and'artisans, who had.been: seduced'"awayVfrom
leaving scarce a,wreck behind: i The Duke Orleans has been differently represented :the light head of.Eleatiora hb_Queen; and bmg ',: out ,upon. the "
"It M'sueeli!talc ft* dreams are made of," by.different cotcmporaries. He appears at that time in the very flower of her youth I no titles. // j l safe pursuits of industry to thdspcd -

When a man,of business, therefore heals on to have had education. Hd was of the middle and beauty, she swayed the King of France according ." As the popcr'money increased; so;:every spe cus chances of"spcc i tion. There wos'a: gett. *

4 every side rumors of fortunes suddenly acquired i i size, easy and graceful, with on agreeable coUtI.i to her will and pleasure. Sugcr give: des of property became enhanced, .in,value ; for j feral,derangement.the, finances that long exf .
; when ho find banks Liberal, and brokers busy 'i tenance, and open affable demeanor.. His mind. us the description of the preparations Eleanort most meuu had mistaken pie multiplication of cited a baneful: influent'over the, national prosperity ':
i was quick and rather than profound made for this which absurd .
; when be sees adventurers flush of sagacious ; campaign, were p I
capital and full of schemes, and enterprise paper; I nnd hb quickness of intelfcct'and excellence of cough to raise the inca, that the good stnt mar i II'money for tho multiplication of wealth.". Every ;' but the ,moet disastrous efixts cf ;tb :

when ha perceives a greater disposition to buy memory supplied the lack of studious application. was romancing. if contemporary historian had I .body had increased/and'were increasing in system were po'n the morals end manners of;: ,

than to sell ; when trade overflows its accustomed .. His wit'was prompt and pungent; he ei- not confirmed his evidence. When Queen I riches "Never before'had been such display the nation. The faith of'cngagernents,tie sane.' .

channels, and,deludes the country ; when be pressed himself with vivacity and precision; his Elcanora received the cross from St. Bernard al I l in houses, furniture equipages and amusements tity of promises In affairs pf'business merit- .*
c hears of new region commercial adventure ; imagination was vivid hb temperament was san Vczalai, she directly put on tho dress of an Amazon '
of distant marts and distant mines swallowing guine and joyous; his courage daring. Hb mo.thcr : and her ladies, all actuatedbytbe: &same i ; in fae:i t was "a season of unexampled en end. While such deplorable' hxity of principle

I merchandize and disgorging gold; when he finds the Duchess of Orleans, expressed his char fenzy mounted on horseback, and forming a prosperity." was generated'lD'.the bus f/class,thecot L I

joint stock companies of all kinds forming ; rail acter in a jeu'd'esprlt "The fairiessaid she lightly armed squadron, surrounded the Queen I Some doubts;at least: ,.having been awakened wIry of Franca had',soiled their" pennons, Dad A.;

roads, canals and locomotive engines springing "were invited to be present at his birth,and each when she appeared in public calling themselves as to the l pcrfcctibn? of '}e scheme a fcw-thc' honor and glory so long'the idols of the Gallic.J ',
side when idlers one conferring talent son. ho possessed Queen Eieanora's
up on every ; suddenly become a on.my, body guard., They practised
men'of business and dash into the game of them all. Unfortunately we had forgotten to Amazonian exercises and performed thou: Loco-Co.i of that 'cb-bCgnn \real\ze\ that nobility, had been, t tumbled: to the 'earth. and .

.. Commerce as they would into the hazards of a invite an old fairy, who,arriving after all the others sand follies in public, to animate their zeal as is, exchange the ideal '(or what b now'called trampled JD.the dirt of the stock-marktit *" :

, ., faro table; when he beholds the-.treets glitter. exclaimed: 'lie shall have all the talents practical,crusaders. By the suggestion of their the promissory for'f'tlll. The first blow, was
ing with new equipages, palaces conjured up by excepting'that to' make good use of them." young queen, tub band pf mid women sent their. given/ by"one of the' Lords of the Mississippi the
the magic specUlation ; tradesmen flushed Under prope r tuition; the Duke might have: useless dlstauVas presents to all the knights and The Tallahassee Star'thc'orgon'of the Union
with sudden success and,vicing! ,with each other risen to real greatness; but in hb early years he nobles who had tho. good sense to keep out 61 j Ungrateful, Prince of .Conti. who had received Bank has hands.
j ostentatious expense; in a word, when he was put under the tutelage of the Abhu'l this insane .expedition.: This ,ingenious taunt t: rporo favors," than all the rest beside. He sent again changed Bartlett of the, s:

( i hears the,whole community joining in the thenwof one of the subtlest and basest spirits that ever had the effect shaming many wise men oul such an amount of paper to, be'cashed, that itrequired Apalachicola Gazette has taken the helm and.sails r

unexampled prosperity," let him look upon intrigued its why into eminent place(and power. of their better,sol_ .uous.. no ''t less. than: four .wl1gg01J3 to in the.wnkc of Cranny Harritcn. c
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the whole as "weather breeder," and prepare The Abbe was of low origin and despicable ex- \ bring The flannel -
terio destitute POST NOTES The Vice away the specie. This, concentrated the pcttFcoat,ros a standard wars
for the Impending storm.. ,totally morals and perfidious Ux&fwrvi*-- Chancellor bills will
I The foregoing remarks are intended merely in the extreme; but with a simple insinuating has decided that an issue of Post Notes,by a: upon the.bank at once; strangers.and sojourn. i the significant motto i "tcJUJlght? ,lhe ,
U a prelude to a narrative I am about to lay before address and an accommodating spirit, tolerant Banking Association unlawful 'The question I crs who had looked 'with the witl+fire." Yes. hcUl fighf us 'with''abo' v
suspicion
the public, of one of the most memorable of all kind of profligacy in others. Conscious game incidentally,'in some proceedings against bills'which bad upon I with banks,'faith. bonds. and such.like. 'ThqfI ,
instances of the infatuation of gain,'.to be found of his own inherent business,he sought to securean the association! calling itself; the: Tenth Ward cost- ,them so little to obtain.bad I! wehave to do with, "national
in the whole history of commerce. I allude to influence over hb, pupil corrupting hb Bank, which has been issuing notes as low;even I before thought to exchange.them for something nothing pclilicfj let"
the famous Mississippi bubble. It Is a matter principles and fostering hi) vices: ho'debased as one dollar, 'payable demand, sic months I ""available and THE INSTITCTIOX or THE cotnt- ,there arc>those whq:!-c dTathqrsc .JiwoolTj;

that has passed into a proverb, and become a him to keep himself from being despised. Unfortunately I I after dato' -lhe laUerivbrds in' type so mall as I TRY, amidst a "season of unexampled headed negro in the. Presidential. .chair.ban,.Mar.
phrase in everyone's mouth, ,yet of which not he succeeded. To the early precepts to escape notice.Such an. issue should discredit became ProsPerity [tin Van 'Dunn.T .** *
: one merchant in ten has probably a distinct idea. i! of this infamous pander havo been attributed any;Bank.--JVTF...'Af1U a7L suddenly incapable of redeeming British ,'
e Whigs Rink; ihe'Ab J'
l. 1 have, therefore thought that an authentic ac- ; those excesses that disgraced manhood of the its obligations, and suspended payment. .rbo8Un Whigs, l
'. countofJt. 'ouldbajnternatngand4Ilutary,at Regoutarni giva.a. iw"tioua.ohnracter. ta his :. Connubial .Bratcry.;Ayr n' newly married : 'was-la England and Holland,and other Jon 'Whigs moved to 'des rntion. will tbtt .
4 the present moment, When we are suffering under ,whole course of government Hb love of pleasure couple from the land of pumpkins' and'baken countries; while France, without with fire-wilt rcvplutionhteif;they can. -pl\ c ,
the effects of a severe access of the credit quickned and indulged by those who should baens vanities
o system and just recovering fro.none of'its ruinous have restrained it, led him into all kinds of sensual "matters and things," a storm arose. The 1 loud she had'rcarcd,held' nothinibut demeeratiePring'Py!
# delusions., indulgence. He had been taught to think peals of thunder and the 'vivid flashes of lightning p perin its'.pl C and bind, the people in a bondage worse thai, i

THE GKEAT Mississim,BUBBLED Before en. lightly of yie most serious duties and sacred ties; filled them with terror and fearful appre The investigation, of the affairs of the 'Bank, Egyptian iVor" er'to rllCDot Jo'T"th emr.,'thet ;\,
t : tcring Into the story of thus famous chimera, it to turn virtue into jest, and consider religion ,hensions. Suddenly a'tremendous'crash caused says. Mr. 'Irving, resulted in beneficial .the. people be true, to themselves and tbtwinklings I '1
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.. IS proper to IIYca few' particulars concerning mere hypocricy. lIe was a gay misanthrope, the loving pair to start 'as ]though t ef.hadIvcd t of the"3ter" .-. "J J\.1
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.A the individual who en derod it. John Law that had a sovereign but sporjtive ontempt for an electric shock. Jonathan throwing pu Some princes and nobles who pf much a.; ivail'iit i
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:; wu bon, In 167:1.; Has father, William ,Law; mankind; believed thaihistnost devoted servant hb arms around hb dear, exclaimed, "lIug unto enriched 1; themselves.by undue means, retained riJi'j. ,
r was a rich goldsmith and left his son an estate wduld beJib-enemy if interest prompted, and me, Liz-kCt die, like men.". the greater part ,of the spoils. The Regent ,
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of considerable value'called Lau rlsto, situated the art to conceal that he was the contrary.

about four miles from,Edinburg. Goldsmiths in Ho surrounded himself with a set of dissolute Henry Clay thought General' Harrbion incompetent pushed to extremes had acknowledged'that bills' Great De iccttliltic Mecfinff Ja :
in those days acted tool the office of Minister to a,large amount had been issued him
\ occasionally as bankers mon like himself who, let loose from the restraint to Columbia by and Charleston. ,;
and his father's operations under this character, under which they had been held during ,and now supports him for the office of President ar.att.JtJltJVithou, ,the authority of law. This "
may have originally turned the thoughts of, of the United States J Avery large meeting of the citizens of Charles* '
the latter -Exchange : .
.... hypocritical days of Louis XIV, now gave paper pernicious example is said_ to have been meted'- a.
)'outb'to the science pf calculation in, which way to every kind of debauchery.. With these Henry Clay is not the only politician in the I,to a similarly constituted, tons who were friendly to the policy pfihe proh it
i lF lie became J'.o"adept" ; so that at'an early I age he men the Regent used to shut himself up, after same predicament. They are not "like Angcl'avisitsfew bank by a colonial. cnt Administration, and, disposed to roaintalo ;

; tion.frxrclied: in playing at all games of combina the hours of business, and, excluding all grave and, far.betwecn.-Georgian. Governor The within' the present lustrum. |I.and. ncfend the, prcat Dcmocraiic. principles of ;

'.,:: In 1694 he appeared in London whcrufa handsome persons drunken and and grraverconcerus, celebrate the most Delightful ,Plece.-The New Orleans''Pic:11.1yune .same fit rlter i* of opinion that' it was an the Constitulion and the Domestic institution ol*s' ,;'
whero institution for a'fr'ec
disgusting orgies
person, and an easy and insinuating ndlrc and blasphemy lormetl tho ofconver obscenity says there IS a town in the interior of Ar country, and might havot the South assembled, on't he'7th 'instant, at f.iJitiJ.1
< gained him currency j1'tbe'fin-t circles, sation, For the profligate. seasonIng of these? kansas containing. but six inhabitants' viz:""a been ot great benefit to the nation,had'h been 'City Hotel. : .: ;
: and.th'e'nick. -nanls pf Bau L>w.**, The same reyel, hd invented the companions crippled negro, a jackass a'' quack doctor confined to its original limits ; but was unto '>4 .,
ofbiroue. )
r, 1 *> -: M :. ': :< :, : :. ,, .,., !\ ." ... A n appellation polecat! ,and im lIigntor.11 W,digs i !.-' > natcly subject,to the, Control, .oa"' despotic rte. ndobtcd A spirit stirring address and resolutions' were :.;,.'
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,and the chiralric State wil J stand Di zbe al"n" -" }lcxandec' -' ? !J..1 { UoP4n our Instorc, JicniietteroiIs.luIrTed&Ikwjn, GOO4IU 'Mm.Iins. : : ''I Schooners AVKItY Cnrnrlia: anJ ha jnt Uflt'nmbetlli'ltil'{ ? eeD'rec im peMen'F.r .prsnii..es.|o drink *.,v such I liquor ;In Pt:aboot Lis' hir or ifeir

&undcra ,and Jobn' liMn't'ambrac ltl'i -.a. party M ofon Jiog. shall fnrfeit'; and
f J ro pnftCr1. Irra Austin Mr, UIJdIlf.. 'quito Muslins .UiC'lI .' "iv i'nineiiW STAPLE ;fN/J".ANC1' IJllli. ur ibs .iiu pay'
Ic lt2 .dkf. fc'i3s i for !ladteajdreue GOODS oiJ.t'itY."I.h '. riJ".r*,, dOu.ara. and .
: urctT >rp pccti ar we conceive, brighter than San 5'Miltefj'irai.mortally 'w. 'u'ndcd'n': ttieoa : I *; silk Gloves, llwiery. French and En*. French, well aJariC'J 10'lbe'' iieaion: >"': .1 :1'.Qlo"o..rL._ li'4o to .his, 1ii .or; their Ii. "
4ay. Calwoe. bleached and ncbleacbed! Sbe Tbibet Clotli and CaahrucfeitjCfor. I C revoketfjd :
tios'aud ." !
._ Ycr. v \ p >t.itu4 the 29iApriL' Summer ". a nt..r"e,or rJa .. It rouDd .'
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&bittngs. ; ; Year, -i-\\ r
On Stripes. Plaids tQ1nln';
tho 3Oth. ; and Checks, Froucu and lOuI'f\II
Mr. John tipphDI .
01 drinJ..Jui
dT' B. a aforesaid
i i tntiuh Meriuo White sill .
Stanley's rcsMenco )I Dr1wn'Uncn'DrillinI -" be
Ribbon taken
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'Tfcq' lilo,aHd Triut'Bank. odd w, utn! hisj4 1 01 ab9n >oycd'hogs; 'killed! *inaiiy"-articles' I,MI niimcroiM to nieiriotj. . Crape L'tenrLei: dankti'! ; huh J.jlle,,.., .;' by wbitngou bu.or her bire back oa thrCGOPQni. LOtszctedirg' !. !
abcut 13. 1840. an J Blown lliarI'
BOO Cotton ulne
shels
Orf Friday last the Life and Trust Bank hjftu.'od of'corn burned. 1 I. I. LYON Silk UinbrelkDiaiifirarnmtji. ,. etrlpe4. .t'i lififl'dLow..er..bu: the patsisPrnient -
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loTtrfcera'3,000doliars[ tif J the 2d int: Mr.. Solomon Warren's house Mrr A cii 11E. /,the fit' l. A** *" in C.lf nnd_C.it-r Bo A bT the aforeekJ may. bcommtejon the p"meut- -
: : ;p'1t| bilfc! .and since"that 't"QIJI"talld 6.fAzlII"'Nuti ** J.ut.J I nta.r( l"n ,mpI1J1r.P"QYOrAaAt
within d.tA ot ;
;time)t has;.usp
was. robbed of Itii5tTatO! of pac &l4t, ds Cloh "n1tirnin., ,_ .;.t are doIlar. ,. nor thin one JlAa .
judders next day went to, its every thing. Fortunately, he and oJ AI.utQvu tjz Fov. 1 r each aa-.id!Iay
t I re.fumery and
; flfltandu1d or
his family G&ac4. deceased.I ,Fancy anicfe; and every ili :,: ,rnyde.m reasrn4bte1 Logeihot with \.IIS : I
1' were ,absent: IndtnnS1sTycre m3Y be Toiiii.f tb.t H 'collt-r.
:get nothing 'TheMiiro.'iiqw: about, .$25,000 of .nu- VAS greatl/ surprised to ..e ihia pnblicalion ceccaiary and denralle..v pIOiecutltn.

.'-tI. 141ntLu1! : .Pity, for which it can not either racrpus,tbrothe.eouniry.; a,...froma"__' _gonUemar., ,r the| repecUbl_ cftiracicr ofl' Miy7Il9. $ee. C. Ile i it- r'rther prd.nel.., Tlut if.any ;;elf {

draw Charleston Sandy Pcrrynian the "Chief.roaker to Gen MI' uu._ preicnamg toproLiVitiheialeof the real X -- !flPgru. hnll'-tio- ,or other person or color shalt Ionrg'
or give or other bank"bills it*i f the Lena Oce. m or about t IIOUSQ ..
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Macomb ,heir. ufili. said .1op.-w"eN vinout .
! which"inlgbt madevavailablo t led in themas f.r.tbat power pT.altirney Judre or th, Connty Court of St. Johjw ronhtr 4. may be reaafed _
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We have now th mofiye "'hichinduccd, crcof.Carloosahatchie ; went in. PurP the to house $PP Ju. that% the Icner e lnta* IaIJOSL' MI remain or thou, sn ch tDuu
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negro at Newriansyille and demanded Sfe'rII ; weroob.aintd ly Gi R TL.M4 fl m- ot .Jp fur an other
directors
to throw themselves on iheir 'so cal'J l- u.Novcaubu last.wbeu i II hur. f; ,! Va.i nrc,&ni CLORtXDA porpJSe; UHes hfihIy :.'mploed.lie..lbe''o ,
; provisions:recently! mu.t been I 411 ORE4 0, decease they
** notation hall be
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whipping
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v The wife andlthrec: Marquu.\ |cft rt n' FONTANE.GKRTALN ".Ihsceediml: ; ; ; _
,by the (Committee children of Mr. M'Lean a last will aud ..tartan-, which was thirty hine.tnft r,! :n.o".t' noweyer.1. '
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appointed by duty recorded n the C'' rk'. ,1o.I! Sale aaj-l Blll4l-eilt :
living on the Tologeb.creek Middle | offieaof U>u city; and iniyb 'CI'IDhluedon 1113 : -
Reid Florida
Cor. and the reason thosi directors had w ere and IenC before iboft letttra cf administration were tracts ,,f.J..4;in. Florida, and on. in mont of be przy convicted,'of,oebum""rtnoD'Irr

'for publishing garbled or correspondence to,Jus.tUJ rocenily_ cruelly murdered c >y Savages. granted. to, Mr"Cos;ah4 ni i sote; of that) will ,U and loU"tf gruuntl ji, the cuy *f>Si. I or the,use of laid aiy.. 'n.n exceeding ten ifo.;ruf. '
I mentioned So Hi* liners of adUi III I ration. or that Angcat eib property Alf tLe heirs of.ths lata Mar- ess .than I tt ,dollar,, .to cud Mayor may 1l"en'jn ;
concealment '
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of the actual condition of so Col."DowafHff. there were lieu, at Inw of iba Mlate of tho ilarqiH' .nl de FOIItrd-' fetlln\:1 it ud proper together with all cuiisorpt.oseeuzioti. ; ,

''Ttittcti a'concern.Here Our Delegate I ,b it appears, employing his wbQ rcjideat! Turii in fllD e. and.., bu wiLw: ,1.. Sis,Ihon.and acre*on Bhck Creek. '! .7. D. u(urther f UI".dTTItti ira j"p.Jrf: _
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,the Bank Jw done time V } from all of whom tie power of attorney to tire aub-. 2. ou Ibanaantl acrr on Indian niye3 ,.-. orpersons aball be foundft'llo'rdiiTeieonenwnt lyinjtja.ati> .... ;" _._.. -
no business ofconseio ; > > >eechcs and election < ._ .
inJranking sj ; scriber was r'i.a'rl! eaectdod.aud p.tored betllla ..An Orange Grtpye.jaF.Lil.6.--.. .. ; and'safe pTcca'._
: SiHSfe .41:,'!1111 apcCtd ting'J'cotton Il "p } I llflhirV 1ow, *1 1'm I'i nnelampled_ acparanea on 'the '.f 0.:.or ;, & 2 a.:l1YaT+ ), ? "*tl:.1tO'*!*? 'lhay ,shall become1'oMt.'
iH'ftjMalBMeCT ''nuU rwmii Kygj tag JOT Hin.Unlon f Mr.'Goe part .7. A.PlaMUiion' Tumoka. 'I moreover i/ a fta person, bs. .ubject'tn 'Kne cf .
and > : to
. tlty'of te"Lifef scrrices: of, Granny,,liar.i prsutn.ihas under IeI1ett'OradD1iD' :: and"f. and balf.oi '
I :8.'TwohBiidfe en a ; h.ishinive'doiaN.and'liotiuii'sft X.
Banknotcsand Its rty
issuing own actef not .
i
; ; payable iJrnlion,.be h. nny'legal right ta interfere will tie
ri.n for.thc] edification Obi constituents.andthtrbcnefit ". tbaAIUmaba. Conn'v cf liirhowiKl, in Georgia d doUat'.ll.w irnorisenmeiti{not tioll thaiion' dayaiil
sale
their 'p the real.ef i. OtlbOll.OMIltIl1S
; at SL have ( l da
which ( *
found '
Augustine, any .
way of the; aforesaid Grn lny.. 'It is tho opitiioa -, Fong r'.. itv'sldsenz. really..lltat aoni* >M ..( A fair VnJ le, title,,'b> a fe:nUr deed,of eonveya n otIceedisg.the'day.; a.flra riep;'m l.u. /o'ro.her -
iiere for rcdcmpUpnj because the Mother Bankpaid'specie. our petufuggera has Gu. the ce;for,any;of the above UacU or lot* fJ..nd. bf the colored per ofl.'wb-tllcr hiJ or treebe. pur--
of 9f.t bp p IoneI'sjricnds that giv.utoMr. opinion _ _
f} Its branches at Tallahassee and some < we, and 4Jvlco which be bu acted.agaimt the Uw of *nbicril' have to do with national ( pu power" fr> tn the belts of the Marqnwde _ _
as a Territory nothing > .
4 the attorney.- .! '
hud plain and ia this
.
.A palAChl 14 do not redeem the bills! cxccptfot reason, common MUM, af- F to sell aU the .M" prolm! rf land ? -
nr"rel. See. >i De it
politics,and wo must bo friendly io_ all administrations (air; .Perhapa ba ezpoetsby this mean*-though.apparentlr' ; futherordainedTLitiiiypcrso& _ _
drafts. him ihi fair and 142.1 l tides the
Here:there have been bills issued application to 10
shall of
payable or' be guilt 'uo halloing
Rem. -
it to be fraudulent trick persona any necessary
: tit Apalachicola which have been redeemed iff W : pccted ,to derive broefli from lbs .le of tha land and city U>U of the etUie, to of get thepnttha .aauatnaybeteen JOHN KOD1IAN.Attorney j wbonping ar of ma kin e any nnosual'tioise, rii .'.
:1 them. It is therefore ruinous to best interests for UU Aetr of AtJtlnrqtitd disturbance in lane. .'
our. f \uic., anti proceed thereof his or any street, nleyor'oiner putlie -
ftt 2 drafts. Now the Bank cannot by illegal
JOl"ct.fur 'to ta kc sides! We would like to,know why sole, mhis private pocket or be(5IrGa') may hare F.ntl, ",d* h .place In said city, each and evety pi'rsonsoi'end,
draw but a prospect.Is held out that it will soon been counelled to adopt this measure, of i April 28, 1810. 47-4w. j inK shall on conviction thereof.ir arwbita'pcrsonbe;",
imposition jl
i it is then that Colonels! friends .
I.Oci be able to draw on New York at t ninety day, that thy are rejoicing on the public by the advice of a certain leaned gentltmtn --- OFFICE OF COUNTY CLERK.. l l liable'to fine of not less than, five ftnr'mne tWW
in their c cups ,over the pretended of + twenty doHuv or lo i imprisonment not less 11i&6I1r
successes of
UtU
is'as soon as they sell their cotton. The I city, who hid applied to the cut aciitwrlieteof : T.JOINSeOUNTY.7J'OTICE ( '
can
3d" ; the Whig Harrison aboliiiqn party, if we should lo purcha one of the lot'.o f ground in th n is< "rebfh'rn.that die iubucri ar baa or more than thrta diys, nnl if a negro' mustto.r,
II concern Is in n pl't'tlyJi, Its president resides city, bduugitg to the beiraof tb. I other colored parsou. whether bond or tree'be puu:
11. have nothing to do with national and I tliaAlarqaw, the I.,- be b dilly and qualified. Clerk of the
J itApalachiccda,300 milt distant by the most direct politics, blight get it. from )t1 h. Cue, at a much less piida than' Court of the .teeley.]8L Johna. according; to law, isbed by whipping not Ion than tan. nor more than
w particularly, should our Delegate interfere be could ( the subscribe thirty nine. bshtf. '
join
.
The CUb of the directors 4nd that h'o baa l w office at bit dwellinr. in ?
te. one
ro r who/is
10U' *
in that in which' |he has no business, to stir up a .. I nuw' hereby*gre due notice to tbe said Mr. Gue Charlotte'Street at which\ )>laca he will be at all(Iwo. Sec 9. Ceil further rdainidThati if any person'
at Jacksonville, 40 miles off; of the remaining about that that as soon as the lion. Jodie Dito 's strife which docs
bo.r. directors of'the Bank' "here-One resigned not concern' us!- this city and eO'rI upon fain nlKriai dntiea rf the B. DU41A3. having ohtainnf, or who way Here ifter pb'taih'a .I It.ransa .
We ask information.Tho of tr retail vinous, tntnusis. malt rntlrtuors. .
. (9r' Judge Superior Court ia ibis District as the sp
28,1840.
and
A week or two since, a third has gone oft '"cct'Slof.o( oar former Jndge R-iid', tiirnsd by His April! lo Veep a Bdhardbte'or shall allow di,,rJr,.,

n. the fourth: about leaving. A majority of .the Grand Bubble Lottery Burst! Excellency rtbo,President! of the United' States, into IN 'COUNTY COURT ST. JOhNS .COUNTYAT iy ur improper conduct of within.the"pUcu wltet-. :
In th be, aha or they shall keep or hate sQefilhiuo .t.. '
Governor of this thill CHAMBERS.ORDERED .
directors reside in Middle Florida. Territory apply to
We find the following in the Motile Journal ofthe sale retail such Billiard table- Nine l llty
ult Judge Dron on forau order to.l.ta l intely revoke th6i That Fxeentora. Adminwtratoniand I or or or Pin AI .
'Tno adage that rats runaway from falling 2d. instant: letters of aduunialraUon, iiuoid. most fraudulently, do render and file in jlhe. Clerks Office l Cir public uw, it shall be lawful for the Ms,or'

nopi liouics,".k extremely applicable in 1bl.'cnoo.-.I 1 M'Tlie'Real Estate Lotteries, at Ncw Orleans tothe Ilk &lr. Cue. ofaid county full and correct tlecou lii o(ell e*. and Alderm9n of this city. upon d e'prUoC tberrot

Hyet o(our store kivpcre have refused to lake of which Hank's Arcade' was the1\, prize and j It is a notorious(aef.wMeh must have been well knownto I tate of which thy may severally have'con tronl.on or, to ti ka very person of persons' hi.ber ar their .-, .
I cense : Provided that nch
. ..Mr Gue, when he obtained those letters of administraliojii before thethird Monday in Ear next; being tho firs always person orprTsorx H
tiny more of its bills. \\"halloss there Rrc.suIt Schmidt' and Hamilton .were managers,his exjlud tbit.when thu \iiorqiia do Fwi geres left the Trrnof the conntr Court of aai
iT"cli to the bill holders,we cannot pretend to say. <-d. Louis Schmidt, oneof the managers, has I United States, to return home to" France, he hid no ,of buMne* appertaining to I Coitt. of her or them, and an opportunity to anwar.thenr.8er. .
given'Dorice through the, New 'Orleans papers :10. Re it further ordained. That all fine a*'-,
JQ.i pertonal property ot any kind in Florida. or in Ordinary.
: I. There musl'hemc aU least in tho ddby which t at tho plan 'has'been abandoned,'and thut'ubcing ritnto of the Union,nor was there a dollar of any any And the Jii'iirc* nf ilm peaen in and for aileonnty sensed under ordinnu..the collection of wbkh *. ,

must iicccusarily ensuu* before th.:y will be 're.dtmwd barrassed by Jurgent applications for the returns debt due Whim, or. I rom bin M this country,,or''iu are by law-'rrq>iired, then ,and them to be in attendance not otherwise specially provided (or. may be collected*.

: ; b tub faJl: on these best ablc.lo, bear; of money, over which he has no controul, tho U.S. JOHN-HODMAN.Altonty for the tranactieii nf county ba>inen>, in (the same manner as is provided, for the collection .-
'UDn ; it being deposited in bank to the credit certain and Aged of lit Aor al Ute Given II nrtertn'V ;hnd at the Court House in lh I of any fines that may be a,*e sed coder the first, -
it' The : people. of Su August ino have had no tion of this ordinance and all fine eallacted nn4r
Antiu"IMlh"
J trustees, ho has come to the determination to of the Marrjuit dt FoltstTttj dtcttutd. City of St. 23th dy of April 1840.E. .
.
: confidence' .iu the institution, and bare taken throw,lib o(fairs Into Court" St. Augustine. May 12, 1S40. -, :. B GOULD' ,. Judge county Court. this ordinance shall ba pawl intc the city trewnrv* '
See II. Bait further,nrJainedy Thattl2a<* it
35 St. Johns
good care to 'turn.Jthcir bill into marc araUabA A good many people hereabouts, who have THE Subscriber, iu returning mll thank* lo the April Coanty 14th section of ac o/tf ru nee In provide ('ff' Mwwila

IC3 ,. fund specie, inconvenient; as it may be as acurrency. been dreaming owning tho Arcade,'and enjoying I I Public for the very liberal patronage rt reivedfrou. AN-,ORDINANCE In r" III! te.Uje mode of gnating r"nu.' I.; the n. of the City nf Bt. A 'f1IIlin-': t

11" Even the pretended friends of. the l themselves injsotn private way out of Us them, inform them that ill health cum pel* me to and lMiinjE' licence< for im! retiilivg of apiritnonavHion I. and the collection thereof.!' pifuW-9ih Mmc .,l";%.:

I I 1835,000'per annum,(which might be' increased I leave the city in a rei w' day., ll'J that I have duly ap- *, ando'Jier intmicating liqn ,., within the and all other ordinances, and part.t of< ordinanernt
a.is.. tank, havp been ft-arful of letting 12 o'clock M. to $ oOOO per annum.) would like to know I r>iii ii ted' C. BO YE, Esq attorney. All peroons City of St, A'lgafttuir.iind for othu pnrpo ... coming within; the purview uf t 1rdiuUlce-.Le.tU.:. .

pass without sending for the rjcie. The Bank I something about Ibis court, and the'chances 'of having any claims against me, vail pleas li and them Be it ordained bv'ili Mayor and Aldcrinsn tM the s'were hereby rCI1eallt'l.aDd IbU oraiaac" "- <.9sb.alif. __._.__,
dividend : in iumcdiiitelv \ and all persons indebted to me will II I City of.8t. A 'f urtine.,Thai U shall not be lawful for be in forcwTrom aud lifter its passage. .
hat d twice nd a
"pruniUcs to
'pim tsbonyrttlits' pay" ,: pletse make payment to Sir. Boje 'until the first of any person or persoi.ii wilhin the limits of said city Passed, ,JnDe.23d,.JR3G. ; -

the iicpplc pow know what faith to place In a ny. June next, a"* unit will be commenced against all per in any.manner, t)' sell or nther I Ild :Tbo lion. ISAAC({II. BOON-SON Judge of the not hsvine settled that time. '', ff .tinons. malt -
-future one (hntmay bc m &'. fans br /*itt any rpiritnou or /In' Essay. ; :: -
\ .1\ I Superior'Court for the.District "of East:'Florida, My7; 1849. 484t .K. GOLDSTEIN. other ,&intoxicating liquors lo any person or N 1hei1f.jtJel tha YELLOtT rErER- &tiir%*>*,

gla ,: The.fttJJt" lIIiwl organ'ofthe Ill purilj party i is now on his w ra} to this, pl! C,'and may 00x* r ;t "''lcc.- within-the limits oldie City: of:Sh Aagnstin .personS nfe.1:topron':its:ravswrssiJtLftt-fl; ) .OrilJ*, ., : _

O.r' i : ,has given us a stave in its.last, oa .a Rul jyct l>ectcd by the first arrival. Ho'left Watertown SIX weeks from this date 1 will apply to'the lien, qnantitr thin O illia"t'TIIMe otto fiiarl.,,or Nine to.Pin have or keep for Stro el; (late Physician' uf the Charle') Marimr.;
Alley or any
I'bo nt ul J and threadbare as.his long t"il Hue,and ascipply N. the 23d'tilt' iiJo. Judge of the County Court uf St. Johns use.Cllrt.any, Drayor other Cirrtag for hire or reward. Hospital. Fur sale by 1 'J.;:QUI.NCY..:,
Y.
on for 'Fl Previous to County for Letters of AdmiDistrafion.on the Estate of May 1. Itl-CR v 47..Idrnh&istrator's., ;
within the limits of sai'l city without: bavra 'fiist oblaincd <
t tbo end senseless cs his brain. iiis i departure, the .citizens of \Watertown of oil! FELICIA SOMELLAN, dec'... ft )lirctiJ? therefor from the Council 1 of said city- Sale. ::1:;

110 attempts to c l r1.c'S'' with} telling the jxeregalnti parties, tendered him a public dinhcr, which h.cvlincd. C. M Ja 7,1 18O, U, D._FONTANE.fifty I I aDd 'aD' person (-r rt..on oNemdnt: a' :"* Before-, ,WILL be sold'at the place of the sabneribcr riff .

rff ritti. In the.naras, of common sew, .I d Dollars -I going provUion" ot* hi. ordinance, shall, for each w. 5!; fiMtTiedaysin May and'J sue: se2talt' :

ho rich. it the who i ill I Rcicavtl.r and the perishnbh property, belonging. tn the Fatata nf _
irhp docs .call Is man every .such offence, forfeit and pay to the use of .
on T \ liE: above reward will be
fur
:
the
said The report that CoL Crockett ii a prisoner in paid appre I. C to berecovere.1 by action of IitytWefltY'do1lM ISAAC WELLS; among which'si a LARGK-: _
tohavedugup ft20,000 on tho of .
c.Jay grounds beuiiion and delivery to tne.or any of my d"i>n'L Le. STOCK.Uf CATTLE>tb':beef and fitock*Cat- ,.
before the of the aforesaid Justice
our distinguished neighbor,'the other day;, or is t ho mines of Mexico is. confirmed, so says the N.V. .> I !I. ., at Si. Augustine, of LEWIS PRlf'O, who mau'e! of tbe Peace Mayer therein,and city for the non psjmentof or any asy! de! ). .. 1"'"

it bdnk Sun I i h bis escape from jail on, the id nf March last. A credit wHILe until tha Gist day of January.I84I. ;
the 'bank and the directors who, when Privo h i about five feet thtee four such fine the defendant or Defendants may be.takeu : given .'
or inches high I and committed to piisnn until aaid Gne and coats shall Notea. with approved security, wilt be r qui>' i
asked last wock 86.000 of and TrusS d -
to
ci.z. pay Life There bus been in Penxacola complexion, peaks Spanish and Entli.b..bd ha paid, or until he. she, or they shall b* discharged, red. dewing interest front date. "r. .-. .
notes, could only-ji iso 83005 specie I or is it [a meeting tto says ha is a n ttte of the Island'or Cuha. lie baa a by order of said Mayor sod Aldermen execution The Cattle will be *ld ta suit purens*er#. er'nii. F-

those who make a great show.oCconsequcnco- take measures to annex Escnmbi county, to mother and sisternsidingatSavannih, Geo.,In which may"i soe and the amount ofthejndfmcnl may b* wisling to bay such propr rty,will'do-weW tit sflltIti -
he will doubt make his .
place no try ta wav.JUd. JOHN C. 'ELTg-A4rnhsisttuf:
Alabama. and
levied mails of the jrood-t and chattels of the defendant
03ho i, .
who busy thornsclvcs every business, traduce 8. SANCHEZ. '4.4iwPIIOCL.LPIdTAUX' '
or defendant as in other cases. Colombia County. April 6. 1
of andncandnlizo. every:.. character but their own, MAU UED.-on- May 7, 184fl. 49tf. Alar.thai E. D. F. .(J..A-. .->.. .Urn.- .if- .r"'fhpp-..--. flVAIflIu4----.---. Tt.. .. ."--,..-.-...... .r.t- .i
.
assume to be the keepers of every man's conscience Wednesday evening, the Committed to Jail license shall be issued to any person or person, for Reid Florida'-- <"
1C- 13th ult, by tho Rev. Franklin Y. Vail, Doctor tile retailing of anj vinousj; spirituous, malt, or other By Robert Raymond, Gaiernar.'of .

at nnd set thcmsclcs up as the very u. : II. A. STISMECXZ Surgeon U. 3. A, to,Miss An. AS A RUNAWAY.. negro boy lat sicatinf liquor, in a I Its qo"ntitylbaD one qnail I. WilEUEAS it is made known to me, tUitfc, -,, ,

in. fmplarf tf purity ittelf. If such tore meant,why it BET, daughter of the late Henry Bowman, of naaied JIM, about IS ,eau of ale: 4 aaafarauid, unless ha she, of they be'of good moral a negro "Uive.':who tbe'prioperijr coufiued<>f oiiiDaniel ,i ;'. -
Montgomery Pennsylvania.. AL feet '6 inches lie cha racier.and*b ill have'ji van bond with at least two 1J0nkofLeoD County, was ; ;' I
Deeds not admonition advice .i influenceI county high. that he
aaya
bt. any or the nil of said county, under a charge of,It ape,' l* r o
sufficient
and securities tn be hv the
lives iu Alachu sal rood approved
od from us to array the foo vgatnst them;they car.qw1thin [We acknowledge the receipt of JR large slice named William) and belong. to i man said Council in the"pnilsninof five hundred dollars made bU i reap 0 from aid jail and i II.nutr at 'large;/ J, '.
was
tic I *them the elements of their own certain of most delicious cake;for which the bride and frolp' man in Charleston named John Kamsay.purchased He conditioned for the keeping of a decent and orderly Now knovv 1'e.tbat I, Robert Raj i riiond R<-W,.U.vernor .*- .

I 'destruction. groom will pleasenccepl'. hLnks.Ve tender Will found unboard the .t amer. \Vln. Canton, on I, house or fhnp.and that lblt person or persona ke"pitbe Florida, by virtue of the authority vested jime ''-. ; -
jry bV law. di> hereby a&r a rew'ardnf _. ,
mi
.b..III. of behavior and faithfull -
Monday last, concealed among the and delivered same, good jrh
them warmestwishes cargo
I There is nothing more certain than that the o and gratulations to we by Capt. PoinsetU It i is .uppo ed be came- support and observe the ordinances of said city, whic TWO hUNDRED DOLLARS *.4:> -
incident to the occasion.] hereafter be of forca therein for the, bcusion cf the laid fugitiye,and hw tnf' <
appr
or
I popular feeling,will sooner or later turn against on bonrd the steamer at Peck's Wood Land "/."Jn I are 'now may donnf -
\ Last evening, by' the Rev. C. Rampon, Mr. Black I Creek on Sunday. Tbe owneiis requested to the continuance of said license. del.very t<> the cuatdyofaity jailor.of ether officer i1: -
,
f-jj Bny maD whoso vanity is so excessive nato make the Territory of Florida, nulhoiiztfd to take charge or-- ,
CAETAKO SOLA 5 A, to Miss LEONCIA,SOLAN, both come forward and .claim his property.J See. 3. Be,.it further nrdained. That when any : .
01ht it inconvenient for him- to deal in common sense KEUGII Sheriff. yperson or persons shall dtsira to o-bt.in ilcense for blm.'I'.. --+ -

tied in ofthiscity. StAuguiusMay 4,1840., 48if.jyotice. .. the purpose Iat aforesaid it shall be necessary for The said .BILL, pfiat JACK i P almnt ;five ret( -
to less -
matter.or circumstances .
persons -\ ,- him. her. or them.to address the City Council in writing high;ba larg'Vjes",thin visage,a tear received fmtr .
34 advantageous than his own with contumely and Passenger* I .. I uainiug the sureties which such person or persona a cnt on his chest bu wrist''deeplr marked by haul -
,
&lisraa to fcive, and the I locatinn of lha house or shopin culls, one ear percedor a ring.,V large tear on lfi.-",
In the sen. Stephen& Frances, from Charles per ons haungcUims or demands ugainst I propose I '
: : ton-Dr 8 F Jones and 5 children, Mrs ALL I:..a af ibe late' MARQUIS DE which he, she, or tb.-y propoM U commence bo/K. kit leg,juft .low the knee bt..wllJrr.tber, Iihi.-an4 --- ;
body, FOIlI hair hi left( u somewhat ftiff whitii1causes 'J
nnder .rnch.licen, and to their ; vei v. .horJi !* Iff .
: ness, ,
deceased
.
G SB. T. S. Drin' Schoolz and child,I Messrs J Hernandez-G Alvarez GERES are hereby notified to accompany application ': his .
lit II
with a certificate of at least six respectable limp ip gat j..I'
same to me amheniicatnd accordiar talaw within two i ;
The encmlc of this geptleman in this B Masters J;J'Hendricks J G Milnor, ndJA&kldy I Given nuder hand.and.ealotth'Teiritory
t City venre from (LII da'e-olherwue they will be barred I white inhabitants of the, neighborhood iu which the my f '.
; p have e&dearoi ud to cast an. odium.upon him, : tv limitation ; end all persons doe the Mid esttewil I said house"or shop is situated thit tba person or persons .. iXi.* twelfth day of Mart it'e'uhlef .
1t. please come forward and make without doIv. ', thus applyiof for sneh lken. u one of good [$".] n hundred and forty, aithe city ;'.:

: particularly d tiring ,bis a ttnce,. (his. presence AtWitUl' U D D' tLis l FRANCIS GUE\payment, Adm'rdftka moral character and that in their opinion, the granting oCT.U.h..... ...-. ':: -

: would,ha reinduceJ: ,diOcrcnt course of conduct EtttU lot* Alarqtit dt FoHgerts, dte'J. of*uch licerwa will conduce to the comfort of that ROBERT RAYlqM-ltEl'U- -

11.rf .) and ha''e Mnled loudly his connection ._ Alal1, .(. neighborhood. And it shall not be Inwful for any Bythe Go.ernoif ._ rJ. :. ,- ", '
person or persons, wlio may obtain a license as aforesaid SrCiKT Secretary Flcridal:, ) -
with.the Flork Ian. Ai an act justice to him ,Jt."ti to retail any such vioou*.sniHtuons. malt, or otb. March24. April 8. 4" f

:IKUbf t : we stitctbatbebas' bad no connection with awy -- IS hereby givenl- 'that I forbid.anr fcnon pnrehaa* er Intoxicating liquors, (nor shall such license author finllE subscriber bavin/ ,been apt-ointetf by b--- .: r

'i paper in,F orida, except the Herald, nor has POUT, OF S7"VfVSTINE.. or trading for any property real or oeraanal, ixe him or tbrra to.do so) io any other house or shop JL Excellency the Governor and Council Florida ( .'
belonging to the tate MARQUIS DE FOtfa Sfi9f than the one of us d iscrif'ed. witfaoat the consent or Auctioneer for the couuty of St.John!;brgsleairr .'
ata he written a lir e for any other paper, or given I iBKIVED.SchStephcn .. deceased situated in Florida and,Georgii. This no !he said CMiucil. endorsed upon aaid license. to inform the ciizen. generally that he i" nnw rtradjf -' "* .-,

; verbal informs tion whereon to found editorial]I and lice is given ;it q consequence of.John Hodman;'Esq., de 4 B" it further ordt ined, Thai all licenses to receive any articles of merchandise- p.Mie' et .".

C'.q ', articUjS, 24 hours. Francis. M.Jgee.. Charleston of.this city! bating advertised to sell! at attorney shall be sigi7f4 b/ the s-iiiMayi'r i ani attested by the private ante oa commis/Mm. lie .ls i wilt anertd rfc* 6 '
: < for'Ibe heirs of the Marquis de Fougeres deceased" Cl.rk oftUstJ Council. aud shall UU eflecfrou any sales in town or in the eonriry. if quired. llt-f
- Th |part'ho') look In theCAK.u REECLLION," Sch.SamaritanCorson, Georgetown S. C.- tbe following property, to wit tbe fint'chyorJanuar.for.1M first day of July?and long eiperiewe m Hint line of basiues*'\for !p'fl'arc.t" .

(a pretty term for the lovers'liberty to bestow Lumber. 1. Sit thousand acres of land on Black Creek. continue in forca fur twelve iifuitbs then next ensuing, or thirty years) ba hope will ensure- bra aVbnrcF '

10.' J'I upon ,tho effort i of an to i flrig-Octavio.Oxx, N. Yn 7 days, t? B. E... Carr '2. Six thousand acres on Indian River. and no longer-and tha person or persons obtaining public pa1 unae'. Ilw stores extensiva fomforf?' '.
1, oppressed people redress and,Co. G. Alvarez, and O.Howard. r 3.: An Oranzo Grave called Marines, ") w S* a license to retail any viooui,sptriluou, flIt or other of goods. IIw *uc ioa sore u'aiteated opporiin the .' l'II
.
their wrp gs'ottachesiodsgraccoihonor 4. Ditto. do. Dele'p" ., I ; liqnors as aforesaid, shall! pay threfur.the aunt or. Public Sqnare, li L, LYON. >*-.: .

,., to him. < lie bbccn1s much villified in I Ithis THOMAS JEFFEnSOX SMITH, ;; 5. A lot j in Charles street t g. > twenty dollar, and for a license to keep and use a His auctioa data wiU he Tnrsijays d FrHdy ****** ;: If .

as In \ ,6. 2101; I & 2 3lirllnda" J \P Billiard tbje or Nine; Pin Alley, the person br persons St.Au.f--._ Janbll.I 184ft. T._ _>"' :
olbcrjrcspects large \
property ATTORNFY & OU S A.fLAWi' 7.> A pUntatidn at romokS. .. obtaining it'shall pay the mm of twenty dollar, -

rificed inliu t'.causc, is sufficient proof of bb pat Of THK 'SDPSEMS, COpBT OF TH* UNITED STATES Two;hundred and forty seven acres and a half and fora license to keep and use a earl, dray or any persons bay C yoiice.In. 1alm. against, tBV.,MTe f.fU';-t.fALL '.
riotism. Had the weak' on the Altahama, county of Richmond in Georgia. other carnage, as aforesaid the or persons obtaining : '
prevailed over the strong IOTAS apenad an office in the City of ST. Avcot- person HOOKER. deed.;are hereby n* h .
JEJL The rente, issues aud profits ol the real as well as it. shall pay tbe aunt of five dollars,fOflbe a- Bed .to the witbnr ..
the end authenticated
wit all of LTMftnt same.
J Canada cause,would 'have been fighteousooxif ( TI & ) practice ID the Courts theEaiiero the fie duly
h a UictiieUMay personal property, hue to be applied to the -discharge of said city, together with a fee of two dollars, for the nileprescribed by law or.lbey ,will be forever -

Jot 0 and the actors held! up as heroes and patriots 15, IMO.; nf ajj debts that may presented tp me as the first mentioned 'license 'and of one dollar for every haired ; arid th se wl-. are'in any wise indebted.,are, "0 .
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-i: as U is, they,.are but *. rebels" and ./r"l/ors." only duly qualified Admini,trator of the Estate of the otl.er description of !idn.e above provi requested to make immediate; 'payment the I..becti-. -',.'::
Il Marquis de Foogeres, within two years from this paid to the C If'rk of said Qouncil vi a c012el1.att'Jn be,. W31. B. hOOKER, ''Adm' "
rf b a fabtchood that ,he ran away' from $t. JOSEPH FOLK, I date. Therefore no relinquishment; of possession by r for his trotkfilo in preparing; ibO.arn-. .. Hamihrn Co.i.. M--i srch 25. le4D T -':-
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JoI I. Charles. 'He. was the last man who left that rr"'m"'g :$ Carriagc+JSaktr, i me M administrator oldie property aforesaid, will be Sec..7. lie it further o, "** al.. any person '
13 prepared to except*ill I order*"in hit line of bu* made lo ibe heirs,or any person they mty appoint, aa or persona .0 JceoN'd .0.rela.1 neon, Yew Goods. '
1Q :.' 1 place, and the last man: whp came into"the Unit.- .inns oa the trust rea'toosbla' terms. Carrhfes part or all of the r"la. well as personal property may walt or other intosicaci K liquori, III .PlfltI.lOO"'j! I.SAAG \V. A\'ERV.:: hw joel received fromhtnii N.w ,. .

*d States from Canada after the ruin of the of every description Rta'da and. repaired with- -nealnetsad I nave to ba sold by me to satisiy: ihe debts against the' iMTmt l: .slv or .!se to.lounl'. fir bylaw S .r KochimK{ :ir, a r.n'rl.fe'_ ,,. / ',

cause, in which'hcMras despatch.l : sail;< estate before the termination of my admiuistraior.hip alion ln 4,Vr.riteirpwiniw.. for the tanrIRlf'III.r U.\I \1F.R fJOOflS, which lt. IIi!: ,,r "-.,: //.
engaged His patotalcourage N. B.. Gigs to hire l'n.Unr sale. .FRANCIS. GUI, AdmV.M ",rlirl(' Itr '" reir"m h'sre f r iny oilier purpos, olr iaiI". at *!,nl. ,>,i!. and! retail., ; \; .
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5.AN id.bUi aNt i fe t>. MfnUla 'fie taint of feesaei i NOTICE. surrLEUET'O THE GLODE._ \ WASHINGTON PRQSPEC1W cnr 'w& -.&bi OF THE i .i ooi.ifi Dref ". I

-'. to vender of tnerchandbe. good .nd ware i TJJT COLLECTOR'S HALE OF REAL ESTATL \ !FOR TiE Publishtd to Franklin 8. tf/yer, and sdrttd.b y IU.IV8I'M1 .
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.. 'BtkordaiZlU. 'ltayr> and AUermtnef thrift ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA. Congressional] Globe : Ci
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Thomas Jefferson : Theie are made *JTIRLLT
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V SL Atfnttint, Thl it shall not be. lawful( for any ,PF.TEK 'MITCHELL, Elf.. i il a 'r in.the ..I.
Lid has been published known by long eiperiene.lifBeatandyelo
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dJJeti. IlE M tracts
r1Hbd'or persons to .oflerjor ale, merchandise' WHERE, in the,peymcm according to l.w, by n* for a*. T Cltor.Vuhi inee last December, three, ( !sorepo'rstaitaprirgtieve.r; t.
c' good and Karea of any description', whatsoever, and : 'of.the County and Territorial: .taa. rra+ased for tbe "THESE. .*. There are cow moro.,subscriber* ltoa intention of the publishers to I ; "? .
in plate wb.taoeverwuhia the limit*of thi*"city.with'ij year one thousand eight hundred andthirsy.nii!e..on for ihew, probably,than for any other paper publishedin time a w eek.( It b the tkt tomlfj. .aer oftbodtmentatye.naltbaoanytr the c pt, .;
for 'I'mI'1O
teetUg Tbeireflect
a on
their trUweekly .eanr/taWitia
t rot having first obtained a license thereforwbiehrinse .Ii. land claimed an: returned by Uie said Prtotl/itcheU the Unite! dtauu ; certainly more than there are ror.ny' add to paper the.&rI weeklyand t tree
'ab U be for one year and for only one"p1aee.' nitaated in Uic Codniy of Aiaehua aforeaaid. aadwherea other paper published iu ibis District TUta Urge The "kf.will' be'Id" up from the 'latter mitksbW fact that ibe tame may begnfentoi h. t
Mad not transferable and until bo'rigned by this will contain all the impot1ant'inatternr or adult without the |possibility of dO'DIIDI iye '
Clerk ,the said Peter Mitchell baa ut rAcCf1 and and ihrreasiug,, subscription in conclusive evidence'"of peintmentamtd. :
I nf the Council and man take'eBoct(IIuu"the, firt,day chattela in said county 'upon which dAtu: i" .' 'oars be their usefulness.. 'They areinvaluable, to alt\w h0 The Q proceedings C oagtes.th.a information,will but on the coat ary good., 'There fore.in Coitiv. i
local
all I
j nf'Aptil aezt,t o deduction being made In the amount mule : fee &ioterestfn the proceedings Congress. :No by Government, and other eitherbalitoalorotberwise.andinBilfonFae: ?_, ,
: to be mid for the Iieem for time between an be 'promptly and correctly furnished.. It will be put all billion triter tiona; they1 roof the greatest '
intervening Now, Notice b lu given.4bat I.Jis'i CARTKH. other.publication gives them so full, not half so cheap.it and pott&b
0 the .ald fintday of April and tbe date at'which Bitch Tax Collvctor in and for tho'Co uty ofAUchua inthe is,indeed,-the cheapest publication'in the United at a low price to give wan extensive"elreolahon' .benefit '_ 4 v ,.'
liken,,b laniea. 'And for every license', tn vend met! Territory of Florid i. wi1!| expose to public ale at Slates-perhaps in the world. Our position at the enable all' 'who. .can- afford. to.take' newspaper to ieceivoit. By increasing the dow. Jeaar.tMalt.: ] ";

1 '.hnwlI8.'lood.and ware*, twelve'dos ri.hal f ba'pnid the Court I Dose in aid count, six montb'rftetthe; : seat of-Uorrrantent,ec.blVus. to print them"at so'low : tbeaeat of more powerfdlteJb erect the whole frame,tkaa x 4
9 I C r the nan of the city,together wlui a fee'.(., one did* date hereof to wit :.on tbe.kh d.iy of July .in'the 'i rate. 'We are compelled to publish the,proceedings s The Cftsittora"pap..r'like'th.' at .hitgeatdnseof Calomel,-and yet, in a few'heaW, "
1 l iu for..fllice. arced by the Mid Clerk rear one thousand eif hi hundred and furiy.:all thee of C"nire.i'in'd"lllil, far our d11l, paper. This done, Government mutt be apparent:to all.; There being ter the efiee ia over, no debility atever isseal. viper**, if
.Bee.;,'2. Any or 'lIer..r'1| 'f eel about tnt federal'paper published in the Districtj i Instead ol weakness,the ;
. j i person persons r4 right title and interest of the said Peter Alitcbell. of it require*,comparatively, a.11I additional expense i causing body jttna 1
t_ mercbandi, good and w.re. without first obtaining int and to* ixty thonmtiJ *ix hundred and fifty acre to w.nanle'tbem 'to the rrlrS.of he Congressional| '"and onlylieodemocratic,,bit' Tbe Globe,"and Tkai'sn'tropofis. -i er,and could bear more fatigue after they ,bave basL: ".
I: license for the .same shall be liable to a fine of.dnuy ol Lindiof which |5IC'I-ncreaara sr turued as first Globe and Appendix: If it were not for these circa former being the "organ or the party,: naetkVbcre( the Brandretit PiDs are known Castestf fi.

bit lb. amount of Aid license inquired,to be collect: rare: ISIG..acres second rale ; and/i 3111i acres third stances; :wo could not publish them/iirfour bmui.1he.arq ; j.moat necessarily be more limited ia its' remarks than a i. not psed ',.& "

ed u ether net IId'(o eitarea are collected and be lute quality ; the MUM being an nnJi Wed part and charged._ In some part of the tIn iled.State journal notes considered. A* a purifier of the bl od.the, are' mania iar i
nevertheless liable; for the end amount of,ibe license parcel of that large tract of land known a* 'he Acre: while which jbeo work are printed, The bletropolit'ho* since Its commencement endeavored mail odf'duelle., from whatevereataes.aF.
upon
F ,,Pajwed neb March, Ig40, dondo Grant"which aid Grant contain two hundred would Mil paper for u much '.a*' we charge for.I the pubficatidnt. 'I' to bring alont a reform in tbe1 appointment of tin(. '4 .

P. L. DANCy .I"ror. and eighty nine thousand acres of and. more or I lets, officers tinder,the General,Government believing that Because no care is required,when nring then,' '$r AI:

upset P. B. DOTCA, Clerk of the,Coa ci\., situated in AUchlia coaaq,and through a part of which The approaching SPJSIOU of Cangre will pr b it iJ ai expressed by the fathero, our country aanJ drink what you'please, and hire.no fcaro/eset;', !

, AN ORDINANCE the Orange Lk Creek runs; bounded on the nortbby continue seven month;am* as it immediately precede.the yaaieidal policy to bring a man into"any office of con or cold water t tbe body is positively Cable la M& '"' ,

'A ;tnept.idi.e.and4tT.ata} laying duty,eold by apoa'IOod AnetioruwM .,wares. ', public land*t on the' east by public lands and on the Pmid.ati.r electtoni aU e.prominent political sI I sequence, whose pofil few unef* are adverse tothe measure ",- after than before dose.*, Those kumpra being itmeVedby .

n. it ordsiwi tAt a4 west by public lands; the.centre of which Grant qnealion* which'diude country1 will no doubt ,beInlly'discussed. which the Geoeral Government pursuing. the Fills!; which causes colds, t uksC'st V'
./ 'SI. Kffstt&u,V That*air MTTisTv goods* eT**s>*jjT PsTsM* J Mf *M J calls for the Dil'\laehll&.orali the right,title, and' Th' considerations induce a. to It will'contil' to. piiisne this course, and 10 the per which, b11 ineumberinz'llie_ blood, prevent ;it*tepesaW;; ',
JJ ware; merchandise. i intereat of the said Peter Mitchell in much tbeieof formanca of that dart,- respectfully, but earnestly, .
and effect whatsoever, which shall at r. to believe ihattbe. Coli*ttratoaaL'GIAII will make fire them Uota. the Pills remove all i+ bra Gsas. .
eitydratI 'a* shall aulEcient to pty and satisfy ihe amount .of hundred and the ArrxaDix, between six ad.l ren urge upon the President-ihe 'necessity 'of removing tfet U "
after be.void at. poblio auction In this' be whose' ,the blood,,,tbf ir, |il1-lhjS' particular, selfnivideai;
;:r. taxes due'from the said Peter Mitchell together with hundred ryral p. ..- from office of consequence-,- men tenet areadyer. be taken at time tiiatbody '
object to a daiy( one'dollar for M. Aa.l Y 4afs&r quarto -.o They may any reqakejmedcine .
, w:. .y: :', J.' of the value at whicn the note every ahall b.1.oIll., all costs and charges arising thereon' ; to l toe be sold.in The CoxoRxastoiiJit, CfLOUmade up if the dally oihoce; qt the Deroocrstic' ptttj'beTavia g I ,either before or after, meals, w ken outer at- ,.
lot* of fity acre etch,,or !*,*. M the Uw directs. of the bnn es 2oafrtf and the that their influence upon aociety *nch'a* to relaid
1 .," .i. ..8. Every auctioneer in taw. eky shall. ullra"'oio.ol *, proceeding two of ; ) home without any' inconvenience-bein6 nperieeiett.And
, v JESSE CARTER the Democracy y
&JLa feA speech.. &b membercondensed. Th .yell and progrenof disease ,
a oa u
certain that
"" ,.. -----r._.. .,.-' of the Inerat 'otGcee at Washington City, a }. no malignant_ ._ CAlf tut ,
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the;amount:, tales, aad p.yIt'l City -In._....: ". .r.tf .W. .g..."u 1' iW. .ift. .Ie" j J Many "-* nJ > T S

F Treasurer the anwntof cemmiMtoa-aecniedto. the 'HEUE 19, the A* :., or T-uen in and f.i to rage'. lion,,an'd about.two thirds or the, subordinate office e II reuse ses wbtch rUR" ,
City on each attar Y y 'the C,Hinty of Alsehna' in the Territory f The'SArrxtDa.contains the .psyches of, the; member -. are filled by person of the lame opposite political ten* the bleoo to be free from ALL diseases, fit be ing W.

S;3.Jf any.auctioneer shall neglect or refuse le Florida/IMS returned ,1t2,199'.eres :ofUnd by the at full length written out.by:ihemsslve. and,b liroentsY_ .To etaut ttete le i*nmmed,sot" Lid phut a rellkiu>wn fact, that every diseajw whether,itWJt :
render Jib';, *,or pv tbe tatnney dn.by him !to name of the Amdondo Grand: subject to Taxation bruited tn the acme form a*the Congressional Globe fluid if Ike friends of At Adminittntwn,will be...ag tbe'bninotmeanest, member; whether be-aa' f.)
u=. the CiV for duties be sirs t forfeit and pay for the nse : and wireas.| the dl\imlllit. thereof to aril:,'the heirs It.b published u fast M the speeche can be ptepat. tht leading djectt ytkt MetrfpoK .- ward ulcer or an inward aLces, are all. though"., t E

'1. of tM City,hMHtsf Jfo tttolleri for ,.ry"ch. oiTeniw, and:eerti'8ti"'ln..i1f Arredondn"not having' given Usually there a"more number printed for a .session, It wilt! continue to support an IHDEPBSDXST Tutu Crow many causes reducible lo one grand ftfroft ZWIiIQ ;
:' iI robe BoHectod aa other fine and fitrfeita red are eolUie. In a flit tf their taxable property !in'. : lad,' and be nevertheless liable : cording ti' fa have Income lihbta I Each is institution safe for tbft In consequence of trw pleasantness of their opeM
tor the amount of dn 'vrthey > to pay donbletaxee oftbeee work u complete in itself. Dot it a*a depository people's money
1 tie, accrued to tbe city. for ihe rear one thoasand eight barn led and desirable for every tubtcriber hue both;' because,j if It will ales be au uncompromising opponent of Bank lion,they are universally used iu erary.ection off

Sec 4*'. AM article tent or entrusted Jo an auction thirly-nine t and Whrrea. the Mid'claimints are de- these. >should be any;ambiguity in the synopsis ore monopolies. or monopolies or any and every kind ;' wide extended.country where Ihe.ar.mllde. kgetrtr ,i

ser tot eaW, and by, him sold, whether at auctionrlvate Jor Finqneut iuthe pnjineirt of the taxes'atsened thereon speech, in the Con *"ioiial Globe,'or any denial of 'Aboluinnisrn.and politicilAnti-masonry' -ndofevery and are fast supcrcediag' every other preparatioji efprofesse -

II;.. shall be liablto the duty aforesaid. '. for the aid year i'id have no good chattels i in its ".correernes4. it my( be removed; once,.by. refer specie or r.allic..m.hieh, attempt to connect.itself Jslmilar import. Upwards of fourteen,ia.e-.; i 4
.,/ 6ee.fi. AU f od*,MtrMmerchrtidise. and effects, said'county upon which distress can be made loaatufy ring tn tbe speech in the ApptnJixl j lo, or identify itself with,' the'political institutions o f and cases bave been certified as cored solely! from rheir", '

decbred tree of duty by statute; 'of this Territory ere said taxes t. Index to both are sent to sub ribem.. a* soon as tbe'countr1. A stars. b. arisen which t* toted tile n!!e,sJM-e the, inlnHluction them iatu thel/ailes) .-'

: "' hereby declared free I from flie duty impo.edby ihn i i 'Nnw' N nice ft hereby given,'that I,JKUK CARTER they can be prepared.after" the adjournment of Con perpetuity of our.Republican Government it bo Stttes, linn etibirshinj the Let, beyond all d.4l;. -
tordSninei.. Passed.1 lib'March, 1 4(1. T x Collector Jn and lot the County of Machua f inhe .. I"". sores every Democrat to buckle on the'armor of hi that the Brandrf-th Pills core the (apparently usual op.-".s

.'. :" ,F. U DANCY., Msyorf ir :, ( Terrinry,of Florida,'will expnm to pnblic MO! at TERMS. County)'. defence-to taro the 'arms of'political war posited seared by: .t!>e <;i>0, simple f of ci minu Ml";!

.ry 4, 'Ds st.P. I). Dm AS' Clerk' of the Council.JVotite. I the Cent,;Hnuae in said County six months after the For one'copy.of the Congressional Globe SI I r.ie. and re.ilt. by all the mean of politic!discussion* evacuating the bowela with thou until tbe'diseasejttVe'Nwar.tbcierurowliateyer

':,:; .f date her of, to wit:,on the 6th ally of July, in the One copy i>ftlie Appendix "$1 'olappedi to'the intelligence and patriotum of the maybe said of thgtMsoy.: ;;
.1 vmr nhe 't" .""n I ei;bt hundred and forty the 'said I Biz copies of either of the above works will be BerTJ,I people, and by a prompt resort to the ballot boy;,.DOt the UTILITY of the raACTict is' now axTOfD'Att, '4DOUBT.

or, Glad Offic a St. Agtti*, K. F. i ,19d., rei of land churned by the heir and cerr i for $5, twelve copies for Wand: a 'proj ortionala 1 I; only the insidious approaches 'of the enemies of D.; i iI 'f..'r;
*' Jforcd 2 4 184u. ( tai. assi'i* Arredotid-j; the same being'an undivi. number of copies for a larger sum. mocracy,',in the form of monopolies, but the giant i As Urandreih's Till rure: Scor ey, ,Fevr. snsAt ,

I THE Land Office this piece being again open dad inlq't-st or part of a huge tract of and known : Payments may be trausmired by mail\.pottage paid,J I Iat I strides of the enemies of the,Union of the States.who Ague Cortiveness and lid fiaronsrouerircf/ seafesriM', \

), I ., the .Uent.on of.hOlle concerned as the ArredonJo Grant containing, two hundred our ..The note*:of any incorporated bauk in are laboring for the severance of the. Uaian'by Abo men, and all travellers-toforeign rrgioba, ahoaUaot '

<" ; ctljed 1o the (o owio'NOt Gtl.latel, Uiued.fr."cn and eil-ly-iiini thomind .icre nf laud mote less, the '.United State, current in the section of country lition incendiarism. be without them,in 'order to retort to 'tbemxm et ,::

. :' Ii., land Department Waithioston. situated ul'glachna.County ; b4aiaded.onaU' ..ade.rritlC'iaUv .. where the subscriber resides,'will be:received. But ;lt' will mill thing, be at it has been ; supporting occasion of illness. No,, medicine.ebest w !rsqo_: .>r?

< W, II. 8IMMUN8, Ktgltttr.. by public, laud i the centre of the said when .oblCriberl.an[ procure the notes"of beaks in the same principles! and advocating the sane eansc. r where they are. 1 ime- or climate ,euVctt. them. |J

f ''I G. \V., COLK Bieri"... Grjut.nl"ng f rlbe,=, Ills Airchna aconrdin; to the the Northern and Middle State, they will please end I Il looks to the Democracy and the Dt-anGerleyalone'.1 I provided they are ket dry' Gentlemeu.'will find rhw \|

1'( '- ri.ui.1. Grant iKFreof. and the rnrvvya founded them.';, .,. : for its so port. It ask no other aid and wishes pat medicine, one that will,ensure health to the iMp osf"'

: 1: th reor'; f.r *o. much of the said undivided part or To insure all the timber*, the subscription shouldbe .I nonage from. no otter quarter. their estate. '',.
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:. Pnn' 1" t 01 /.. .lft1B", rrIII' erpirton'211. parcej/ .of slid' Arr>;.I lnndo .( rallt as shall be sufficient hero by the Dili of December next. : TERMS. Hrandreth's Pills have uninrtJally".Hcnrfld..

.I II b hereby ; 1840.to'ftll' to. pay and iwl'ufy the amount of Uxs due thereon Noatientinu| will be paid to'any order unless the I. .No .obIJerip ions will he received w here the money wherever they have been ..inirwdoeed and I. Benjannit j ;

ti. Ii IN'OTlCE.. claims the benefit given the persons I lia\'in< from the ,M
.,I v.d June I f act of Cnnrt"lIf.'P With all co+t* and charge arising thereon ; to be soil l W..binltoll.Cill. October 10. 1t39.(! to, ft ike love price of lie piper.reill.ot afoid ito be is. .I sort all the properties I have,attrihnt.d to them: !!d t
An act
lemrlion pro 22J ttbUon t e nbbelands enl.hled", thllt togru the term t .re'. i ir in. Ixtts of fifty area each or less,us the l-iw directs. ed on any.other term I r have used them myself in my family end in.'eJt.,

,;' tbem.e.. it. benrlita wilt ;C"r JESSE CARTER .Ingttstitte Select Academy, Subscribers wishing to'club together fur the weekly, slue practice for over ten year,and my experience baa* '
TBUing on 31st June vi next, prior tn whit etnire n y mitation -' Txx Culkdt'r fur AlnehtM County.JVottce. FOR YOUNG LADIES & GENTLEMEN. ? can have lAra copies sent by paying/N dotLtrt.AU .. I I fully confirmed me iu inj opinion that'all disease* sat ;
period every N..n..nul.I'. N"Yl'mhfr lath 19t9.P ; tmfacripiifnt mist le paid to IM Post Master of be removed by those remedi.- which I
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person having claim i. reqnested to and inrk; JAMES BOY 1N.takes leave respectfully to ,havea sf nfi' j i':}
for tbe'vame.- prove the inhabitant St. Augustine and in rte plate raercut tubteritxd. kt being ly law authorized Ito action on the,organ or the stomach and bowel,and a ,
payment .
Notice b alto given, that in all caret where pnblic b IX' wrcks after date I will the vicinity, that on Tuesday, the 7th mil., he intend to remit them frrvof postal I[ 2l'oeral.etin on tb>> .,ltem.such a* my-Pilf* Kara? "' :
tn
apply Jndfeof Academy for the Any Pint Master making a remittance for subvert I Jlr. ernetlijr ha* clearly ,
instruction of
:bods ahalll be offered at auction, at time' rior; the open MII Young Ladies proved;thai all aGo. i
any to County Court of Si,John
aid lid June 1840. every pre.empliin rlnim j to inch lien of 4\lmifli"'IIIti+ ,n on the Y.tate County nf AXTHONV for Let- and.Gentlemen at the house (for the present) lately ben, will be entitled to a copy of l paper for ,one teases ran be cured by lh me rmirdiet which bars,a, :
i occupied as a school by 31 r. CreeganThe year free of charge. curative elTt-ct nu tin stomach and Imwel
i land not proved and palO for before he tint day b ,nIND If.fN.I.t of said county, deceased. 'i
1: of-aneo auction tale, is. by law r rllTt.b Feh.fi 1840. HENRY GROVES. cllufle-nr inslrnciion comprises* Orthography. 'q a q B a B A'
Messrs.
fri. d dreu I
But In all cotes where pie.eiiiption cUim \i. In 1n d' Reading, Penman hip. English Grammar Elocution GItEATCAL'.TlUN13 :
tM'Io..Wpfp18tt( which shall not ,be received For. Retitor Sale. and Composition, Arilhme'ic; Book Keeping Geog* DRAPERS AND TAILORS CfcdSARi'to '
I the District LandOtfice, until af.tr th" 2U'of Jumt t THE IIUUriF. AND-LOT in hospital Street rapby, History and the use of the Globes, Geometry, THE Subscriber have just neeived from Charles procure fail the genuine BrinJretli Pill, and lea eaa-,
next the daimaut allowed the term of one War fimw ; the. "premiss nf 1\1 r.. *)Itnloer'1I01l.- Algebra and the Latin and Greek Languages. per Schooner Empire a general assortment not to procure the genuine if you lake the ullow- .** < ,

'' the dale or the receiptof the.plat at the tAnd Ut to. 1'1"ire .. ttA3I rON WILLIAMS. Sir.. Boylan pledge bimaelf that every: metbod ] ,,T? CLOTHS of every description consisting in prt ,jog Haw advice.bE SECURE .::" 'I
10, todn.I which experience in the of the following : TO rnox COUNTERFEIT:
within which to make fond his claim; but if such lands many years directing juven I
ere ordered to be offered at public auction lie mind has suggested,'shall employed to inculcate Blue. Black Drab Invisible; Iron Bottle Green. Never to purchase Briodreth'tvPi, withoa.1 beipgj;
such year, from the dale of the at ant timewithin Administrator'* Sale.Noct strength and panty of moral sentimenU, and habitual Claret and Harrington CLOTIIS, f positively sure that the ni selling has au n..... J
: "I plat thepr..em tinn claim mast be filing tuwnshirt ;,is h"rby given. That by permission of elegance ol manners; and the public aro issnred PILOT Clotn BEAVER Cloth certificate of agency and IJ"obaer\.'' it hit Mea r* |
proved and paid ..i ha Jndgeof tbe Cnuuty Courtiof .,8t CASSIMERES or the latest newt d ;. no certificate
r..Mort
.for prior to the first day of such auction that whatever assiduity ant competency can lo, shall l being any gitaratiteafter.twefce-S"?
; it will be roarxiTxb.. "sale.'othen, are Johns' County,31ih wi'l, t>_, sold at Public A net on' on be 'done for the benefit of those ,committed. to b'charge. t+ \TT1NET3 of every:description, month from date tbt Pill. old t>.j the holder are.f* k4 .
Monday, the day of March unities
next at the VESTINGS of the latest
.'. fashions '
.
Cases have arisen where
.
delay in'Sli'nc $
and completing payment ha operated| pre fatally.mpti"nflroor. to the Court hours( Ho'i of re 12 in and the 1,City o'clock of ft.of that Augostine.all the between Much(lor frequent punishment Mr. B. Ins found Cravat Stock; Picket Hdkfa., My 'owi office Car the certain supply of:tie nor*fflt j '

the claimed under exureas provision flf lav:. Its title and interest of l.nui..L "orae.day in end ?right useless, often injurious in the education nf youth; by Suspenders Gloves of every description,; fed ioeJl..S5 ct*. per box with full direction*,w J

',i ;ft ia therefore epectally reeommetided ie et'efJ'cil8im', of land Ijriut abnni two miles north of the to said a tract directing attention to such subject as were best suit A full supply uf Button, for Citizen and.MHilary 7U bIEE'f1Vrli'fltEF.1 .

I ant,deairova of avoiding ihepowihility or IIIIII. fo,sue together with the bntldinfs; aria! improvements thereon city, ed to .their capacities' and most congenial;; to their Coat. One door ftoin Q'teet::CiuArleuori.
I forward and ,enable the. l>nd Offiorn TO DCIDS nnu hying: tal"ntt-by a careful' observance and judicial management Gold and Silver Cord. ItrDrnll itsarenererappotnt.dAgentstlt.tafst't'T

.1 CLUM,'within the BBOKTUT rouiata KRIOD lifts r _, Sale snljecttna mnrtga** for the mm of ol tho passions, be, has succeeded better. I in A full supply of. the. .latest, abd'a .' ubilJnable'- purchase only 70MEETING STf ''" I

.r I seeing this notice Thta it rendered more nrceiUary and iiiterV, and tn tSe widow's dnwer. $1500. promoting literary advancement of his pupil. than HATS. [ ,AND'KKA1EMBKR 70 Meeting.. 'tf the only:,_.,
: \ :' in conieqoence of the entire uncertainty at to the time A credit of l2jtnonli'; will b*',i"en. by any mode of corporal l punishment.By Tbe ,subscriber return their thank to the public i r place in Charles where the true RRANDRETU I

"I i when the peblie lands may be pt rclund. M. F. JOHNSON AJm'r. means judgment books usnd in this Academy for the patronage they have! herelofoe" recAiud'and 1'ILLSari), "sold., my own office f.tr ilM-ir' exelush s''
: JAMEd wlli' CU316 parents are daily informed of the attendance induct t respectfully solicit a continuance af the same. .al-, B.
C m'miui.lr..rt Feb. 14. is.n. 37-4w. I ; BRANDRETH.. 51. It: h.?.{ .
r : and improvement "f&f.eir children, and Mr. B. trust ,81 Augustine NOT 21 :. 24-3vrH
3 I'' General Land O81c.,.Feb. 1940,' 4U r 241 Broadway, N. T, '
': w I, ? .tcam-St\ced ,JLvmber.TUT. that these book will (be examined every day.: And ,Sold by JOHN J, EDRICK, t\'U'
PROCLAMATIONBy : UMa.ttm Saw Mill Company hue suet b that indulgence or the''contrary will be used to.each .: eIdaxfi' fstrntors JYottce. Agent rnr SL Auguslioe. .-

: : : ;' Robert Reid a large STEAM MILL wit'h gang and fir child according a* his or her judgment book may AVING obtained 'letters of adminislraliim on ;
:. Raymond tale sews; ana ,are ready tn fmninh Lumber of super aeem to require. Bash procedure will have an excellent the estate of the Rio RAYMOND, A. HEN. Cutlery, i
. ., GOVERNOR ,OF FLORIDA.. far qualities! in any quantity. Their bids stands in the effect it awakens iu thoyouthful breast the DEKSON late of St. John County, deceased, all 1 AN a ortment or fine CU's,LERY'. confuting Ui
I WHEREAS. U it made known tn me that kiNG County of Camden Georgia, on the Satilla River,, passions of fear shame or emulation, and,thus renders persons having demands against Mid Estate are here uU set of Table and Desert Knives and Foikn J'4i
i i was coning in the Jill of luck t o where eiwHs drawing J5 feet of water, taft approach much:-istance to the teacher_ in the perform- by notified to file same'duly authenticated and proved Razors,'Jack and Pen-Knives'for s.lebr
, : I Ion County'eHder a churge'of mnrder apou'th body without f their duties within the time prescribed law I. W. *
difficulty ordanjcer; ,' arm by or they will, be forever AVFRr.
'. .f "aIl 4. 'Rcf.hrl, ,of said county, hu'mti4e, hit' J. NORCROSH.. Agent.Satilla. The young ladies will be'under Mrs. B ylin'a direction barred ; aha ell persons. indebted sea. required to, )rallo '
erll
fcape from aaid Jail and b now at large Caiftden Co, Geo.. F*>h. 1.1 40. IP9AN ,}iu a separate apartment. And i instructed by make p.ymentuhoJt delay. XTRA-3nperfir.. Letter .
N)" know ,e. that 1, Jtoakar lUrironn URIO. Mr. B.la those branches'ofeducation, which ABRAHAM DUPONT. Administrator. JCi Paper, satiniaisk, %
ORDINANCE are white bite) and '
Governor of Florida; by vuine of the authority rested regulating the appointment of Dec,'12, 1839. ol.ftclln"lIndt Sfiling wax,,*
: \ in me' by law, do hereby otter a reward of TWO City Marnhil. Clerk of the Market and for other most effectually taught by masters.' : and Wafers Premium ;Black'Ink. and Blue Writing, .
Air.,, l) can
produce most unexceptionable Fluid Rn-si.and :
HUNDRED purposes. t I4uuRp.1 HOUSE ; .,English Quill: At tW Store e/ :
DOLLARS for the
I apprrhenpipn of ,
it ordained the and testimonials of moral character and literary abilities, I J.n_. lit .tai..*. .. .. _u
lie ly Mayor Aldermen JU ST. -
the laid of City AUGUSTINE. EAST FLORIDA. --- -- ,
I fogitire, and hit Ar. delivery to the ciUody' from several exalted characters in the city of Philadelphia I iv. / vr.Ai. "
i! any jailor or oI.her officer of the Tenttory of Florida f St. Amftatine, That there shall be appointed for COMMODIOUS HOTEL haa Cadet txt
j andaq them from the Rev. Samuel B. Ctofs.4'Cat'ilRere&1.
one from this date, a fit and >ong :
i authorised to tat.ewe..r him. year proper pe eon,to be MTHI3. in complete repair j new furniture i -
l Wylie, Professor Language in the University of BLUE do..ind fink .
I KIPO GIU. ia shoat nineteen of ', Err feet kno.u as the City Marshal and Clerk of the Market &. &c.; and.K open for NAVY do. !
yean rite tha'reeepUon '
even whore compensation shall be one dollar per day-and Pennsylvania and Robert Adrain Esq. Professor of. of.visitors under,the ', *. Duck Beaver and Hnskfn -Cf ui"
oroigbtinejieabifh.darkeftmpleiinn.dark' h..ir. shall be unJer direction Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in the said Uni- f superintendence of the Un- Ladies' superior French Kid do *(from Kejs7"A '
whose duty it of the du
and bUek bane Mayor, der'l&ned..wbo pledges himself
i eyee .marked oa one the conduct
!.. of two finger. by partial to examine into and report all.nnisrnees, and all violations .nit); ill Charleston .be respectfully beg leave to t ta bl ohm.rat. a* to secure lo it character so to t the es for 'rate by. ,1. ,W, AYKfcYt ,

.. ; I j Given under my hand and seal nr thi. Territory?I of th,;Cit! Ordinances; to rolled testimony !refer to Right Rev Drr.England;. Rev. BIr. Forrest 'i Hotel in the Southern Country. equal to any- Feb.:6. It 40 in Dr. Peek BmUifg 'It j

thie lUh. day of 1840.- j ngaiiint,. and prosecute under the direction of said Rev. Wm. Bourke D. K. Whiuker' Esq., Martin 1 An Ordinance to prey e at the rauain Ac. .C.a. '
I February, at the city uf I 'V. W. OATES. rG hf i
and in
E 8t
t' I .* Tn haanee., Uy the Governor. Mayor, all ofiencm against the.City,and alsu to die : Ruddy, ; Augustine to General P. 8. N. B.-Good Stabling &r hones and horse or horses through tbe'streets of St.An.wtia *,.
\Vm. attentive
? ROBERT RAYMOND; RElU. charge all the duties whirh belong to,ar>d are diKbirg- Smith Dr H. Simmons, Dr. Cha. Byrne and. Ostlers.. One and two horse Carri.I".Dd Saddle Be it ordvned by the Mayor and Aldermen'of,rV. !

r 7. UcCAf, S".la'1orrktridl. ed by fbe City Constable 5 and wl--twlJ give; bit tu AutoniA Alvarez EI.Tfrin Horses for hire.St.Anguttiof: - City of St. ,\ullittine!Tbat from,or after the patti-tt '
&=htt the Mayor I *,moderate, tnsdflknjwn on application at ; or this
Uhftn atvuch times as he may : Aognst51839. act. no person *hall canter*nflop, or reavercause -
i SEALED I'RUPOMALS,' 'f dt eem'ape dit',:, and "ehall notify meetings of Conn-*: the|Academy. IP" The New, York American National Intelligen to go Cuter than"a slow trot any boriep cnarv.efi,

I Proposals'to mpair and coiistrnet; nil. and he in at'end-tiiee !such meetings discharge The following is from the pen of Mr. Welsh of the cer Washington City Mercantile Tonrnal. Boston ,.ldiDI1hrooJh.tbe atreeta of this city and any pK +

ENDORSED Jacksonville to Gamy's Furry" i such other duties it maybe required of him I National Gazette. y J Courier Charleston Georgian and son violating this act shall upon conviction thereof+. 1 .
Republican
Savannah
r will be received by the undersigned at this plac, until under he order if the Mayor and Council. "We have had the pleasure of visiting Mr. Bojlun's are requested publish the above once'week fore' the mayor or justice of Ibe peace,,be fined.tsra': ',
< the 8th April,'1840.PrapoeaU 2d. Btitfnrtker Joined. That a fine of fire dol AcademyPrune aireeMnd mast in justice to its amia l for two month*,..and forword for a dollar*,ono half to the Informer, and the:other kaJftJ. t
I must stale the time required to ronMruct lars shall be irupr id upon the said City h"h..land ble and competent Principal I say.tbat it b worthy o f all payment. account the use or,the city. No conviction of the violation *f*
t I. road and 'bow much mile h 'i. propsWri to Clerk of tb* Market, f.r every neglect .f duty reqnUmd the encomiums which it has.so generally receir thi*act b tu be bad upon the evidence of tie ittom *'

I I i ronxrsiet ttfer e mm.i ei per.f.n-J ck_. ivilUr, The .,f him by the'existing ordin'net*,whih may be His j.lsn instruction is one of such a perfection! as ALL persons indebted to the Estate of ARTHUR. alone, unless he previously reli niahe"l0 the JJV tfl-f l ;

I r+*A to be eoenedthirty (30) b et wid>. and 'l. a di,, liewafor pa.wd.J3A. wearied ippncationcouM'alone have attained lo. ALAN, late of the County"'of'tfL Jobn+, claim' to hit abare'of the f D.. lithe peiton oftrw-.'
tanc o('at feast nine (n) feet tanred on eah "i.le n. sr farther "I.llitti.ThJt the City Mauhalsod "and a strict. disciplinarian &lonoeouLt practice.-- dee.,are requea ted to.make immediate ymtDt. Add ing be a slave, be shall receive not more. ihaa't'weeJfV f

aide Cr.saibe ream, all.tomp. and roof 1ft be grub* Clerk nf the Market before entering upon the Strietnesswitbootlrerirfty' and system, which'of it those having bus against said estate are requested nor lex'tban'ten labesv, L-'-, s*
1
duties tf bU nflire. shall five bond selfinviter'M! pn pil a complianc are observable to present'I>ienv dal.authenicaled. Passed ,
14 eel Ustbe* below the .nrfa*"., Whorevrr payable to the particolariy within the lion I 20th No ;. 1822- \j
t! 4 watef aettk. tbe road bbe rai mi st Ie4st two City of tif. Angn_line,"" I In ,hfll' 'remll sum of ..fourbuiMlfed there' and the happy,and successful ability prescribed by law,'or they will be forever barred. A true copy, '
Antlers, for the faithful performance' of his with which.'be unite the'saaviter' in tnodo' with the Dee. 26. 1839. EDMUND WALLEN. Adm'r. ,P. > *
CouKiL
feel "e tbe level of the water and m it'be r.If fit* CDU3IAS. Clerk of the :
re'Iha.
.
diiti-s nrr ir"lini lo la". fortjter! in giving the pupil a. pleasure in ac- The authorities
ton (H) feet ... The ditch' on f.it her "id" most JVOTMCE. city will enforce the ordinances 'f.\
be I*** feer (4) feet wide at top, with M .fiffitv-ot }f 4t And* UftrtkrfOTilaintit, That, all ordinances knowlodgind the importance of industrious applica week after date I will to the Hon F. DANCY.. M"er; :.'
lion is admirable. M apply -
SIX
of
of nrdinane truly r. Boybn's abilities .
h to. a .ncr part rnniiary to the true intent and are of
re good
<*rtn -dru'ms \* be ke the County Court or Columbia ''Dtice 'q '
meaning of this ordinance be and the high order;(&in conjunction with his moral reputation County w : .
,
same are here- ;
I made at ssiwrval to eany._'ihs water. CawWwayn fnr letters administration the : n"
Pss d lAth render him peculiarly capable of fitting the human on estate of LUKE weeks .ner dltte. I will apply to the Jadfe
byrpealMj Marth 1840. SIX _
i tm !be o .trs r. L. mind to beat once a value and an County Coortof St JobnV .
DANCY ornament to socie County
fiabove the point te which the water tnb Mayer. Colombia Co., Dec 5 1H39., :,
,
** aocJ f
rr JOHN
;
PAP.KER. ,
at leeet fifuw (IS)' to I Tort, P. B. DrMAs, Clerk nf the Connril. ty. We wish "im'I"at'"uce "which *o'excellent ?Administration><>n on the'estateor */'' ,
.1.! mf 1I0UCK. deee
I1tkta"litn4Ift. desert.e.-jYatteiuGr.tUe.. PUBLIC CHARLr. J\TaN&
preceptor
hit bttdpd with food finpJfn ( "' Goodie. THE are respectfully, i informed that ', std
l J" N. h.-Mr, Botbn beta leave to aisure the public .B- CREEGAtf b this' Nov2W.183J)- ii
: ofd i. The ddlCtiett""M read wilt hey ponied'wjt.ir W. ** day recommenced ; .
;
;
f J4.1AC ..J.'eCi.drromNCw that it is his fixed determination to become a perma leaching school in tht, bOQJ81) or Air.. AmazeLorsx
L-r-QtJ8U8
by' .h4It..pM.'rirect r. who JL York
t by n complete A. D 'IItES. .
ltlnR .mb. as. rant resident of bt Augustine, 'in the event or hu ; in which be will receive; in addition thoae ,
.r3f reeiwr rand -Mft ,,
pwwiie.r rat' It tilt!he cb aM .Md. or r.j. tl .nth 1rtrtrtrrr. ,mtf.r .5UMMr.lt "blhi 11|| meeting with aQtTaciellC' irnttage, u he highly ap whom, he already baa tinder\ his care,' tenor 'twel,e TH ,aabxrtber4 Lai just recalled (and will she;<
I. iwi4.r; at'f'.c din, IU fit cash, f wholesale sod! r of wan keep, no' Mnd cfaoiee ck .f
li. pteiate.the salubrity t climate. Young Ladies, who will baf'taught in 'an a artruen tlIep..te ) & ;; U F
ThrtJ1ffM'. I April xl r ., January 8. 30-4 wJTOTICE. Prow that ,of bi* Boy, and to QUORS'" "NO WINE8.eol1licaiiaf or }II
I paid fist bY tMf\* .rf +, fuig' s wom'the
e OLD
p W \ COGNAC
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IXJ' \ v .
It M.'wnsd'rrttntl fw! 1 Jrtttttunifri\nn eN.t i ( >,lana strictest attention will be paid.ilr' BRANDY. JAMAICA,1/1.
tApind a fttf 'fltlll..ftff I''tnf/ pat SurKuoi Creek, ( inK Apply" MFeb. Hi School RUM, OIN, WHISKEY AND .
,., riit 'If1ft' Night will Be ,
n+ rtrte4de J, J4'nM w conducted bereto-
a* "
f'ihf"ltlrtflirrtetrlAr'Mtr exh. pipnent4 'fI' the 13.1810. fir.0, L. rUI'_.''' '|['n. "nll l> .i'htJll are Mill selling LOTS on very fare- ,OLD MADEIRA WINE 7I
+rrt -
P'or fuvtl.f Htfftt'1ft" V1fftf t,+ent. f; .p.trfllI. Tl'orflitfto. favornble tiKM term in the Village of St. Sebastian. 14,*. Augustine. Jan., .,'.1'-IO., :.4w which he will dapose. or. diup. ,;:;;. I
N wn
'rtvia the
),"Ir", fro FAeirt: (ltrtittl+enr jf$te fta"flf fhe SIX "..I after ('I the /, ." n f oust for sal, and oerrhiser upon are respectfully property invited they *" .. Nor t8 1838. JAMES _KEOGll:ka
MeteYork
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4-TKp ieq .t 9tttrettnai. Con it of HUrmt\ f/wtiftif, f r/Luny Hats
I i s ,
WEEKS
County M MiAMitt tritU'Ka 1M TITLE oflsred to them. alter date I will apply tie K U*|
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ENTLF.MEN'd SIX .
/ ,rK f.. J nf *,fm1nMrHlir>n nn HH+ Idaftl: .r JUAN 1tI .. 'L. DANCY G 'and Moleskin Beaver: Bralb.8iJk.-'latkra" Judge of the County ,Court! 8r J *W!if!
F.pt ;Mp( ,.. rl"J+ drrsris4. 'f"hionable.lllad. IIAT8,- for ;
1r.ftt' CIr"'AN. 'I' Ir r.t i JOHN' GRAHAM, County; for Letter* nf Administration oil 1M' Faso
Qt1' "".h, rabrtt t1 Ii, 1 4tt t.', ,},, ,1': tNTI MrUfC'{ April //hi I I9.W hy his Atmrnry tataby,+t't,1f,1 1340. Iu I.Dr.W.Pack's AVERY."II-; S VSV.-R'""a.V'MffXG** tato 'nfeaid'.Ceeats": $ ,
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