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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: May 29, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'J a r u,,). I *mTlpMuatittttaed.;I N""NollCddic4'; !1. :: '.' )P Yl. I ;No.3& An ACT to provide for the'compemaI ?**"* *. that .he has ,MW .repose.night :or day-.
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: .waura1o. 4..La1e.flVMArLqWaD$ .YquLRUV : f ." ) : purposes.Sec. t Duchess* can do this what will.o1herLadic.
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i .' : -J IT greadyTgnrpiUed;.to'aee 'thia'publication could we do with ibis world of our Legislative Council of the/Territory.of Florida, I Wherever he went, hw path we are'told,
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,lit ttek. -V 'tiiiy. %, ViliA.. ; JLfrorn A gentleman.rf.jhe repecubl character A* taon dost.with thy, garden bower, ,That the following. sum be,and they"are hereby I beset by, sordid throng, who waited to was see

j: "MyI fJ' m : rttiID.I I JHr.Gcic. pretending to prohibit the vale of the.real Reject the weed* and keep .the flower- appropriated out of the amount allowed by the I him pass and ,sought'to obtain' the''fevor'oT

:. ,tt!f V ''H.D. 'inf, '. 1. .. j., 9 eaaw-ortbrrheirB..r a fafln1idnd:of toe heir of the.said Mardnl;' V V flo What bright heaven dwem4|;: on should earthwe'dmake'jt be our own! United Statcsfottheezpenses'oftho Legislative a word, :a.rtod, or smile 1 >i if:':'a'mereclance '
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t1itoltMtd.. ptoortiouen4 flot'rioatno thIV '.Jn lhat' n the death of.the V--iJV '**M f W Vf "t *? s. .* & -: i1Q1R1'l"n\ g"p .
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than' 1'ici.1. he.left will j' To MoshirtEnroliingP rkof. .|.the Seriate ed i lr_; ;
4 r. I t m b WtIe4le. aqt at A 4iconLt 'J i| and tetameBtwhichwaaouly 'Andinthemielveialosrrebaar-. -v r .
d.IG.Shn. fMm aOy trtm by ti>g ycu recorded in Jthe Clerk'a office of ihia.cty: :and ,I ; v 433; ; ?; : their way U2.o.hw. ipabfnefilv.- unurc/.i : .' :;.. -
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-f' and light lUil ready'there,| 'LS.Arciicr/EnroiIing Clerk r.the The samcvenal ,
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: ,. long befoie those Utter administration were I court was paid by all'classes .
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: 1. 'EpITpiUAITCONVENTION.Tba : granted .10, Mr.' Gusf aIJ4.Docqi. ice-of that \WilII ia : jbthr world they'I'd make ate .' 533f '. ,. to his family.: The highest"ladies'of the'dburt-: V

; ? Editor Aid Publisher*of Florida,whose Dime* mentioned In the. letter adminUjraCpn or that' Oor heart should ail like fire-die fofthee-be, To,W. C. .Campbell, ; Enrolling' Clerk. of the vied with each other in rneannesaes,to> urchaso'

V _!hereftnto mbctibedi.(or the'porpotl' of placing there were hefts at hWoftbe' estate1 oftho Slarqui, And the Sash of wit or Scnat,.8433; : lucrative 'frfcndsbip-of'Mrs.: 'Law:and her: ,
., basinet connected,with ike' Preca, opon a IDOlS who;:wiideat:.Paris ih France.-and also.-hla widow" f .. Break forth whenever p otuy choose To AlfredA.; Fisher,.'Sergcant-at-Arras of" the daughter. They wafted upon them vritifaa much V '
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r 'ctrtain (foundation; |>teY a\ib "UioH' disagreement* from, alLof whom,tit, power of attorney to tLeUbVscribet's .' -.' Senate, 8375; and to the.same for.his account I assiduity"and adulation' as-if-'they had been J
V 'which.tnijbt triad !-from:conflicting Interest* atncugHhemselreft : regularijezecuted* and proved.before. a While .Y'rl joy that glad our iph'ere for'sundries 8188,50; princesses of the.blood. The Regent J6ne day- :
: a* wan-a:, for-lbe:purpot of throwing notary. public at Pari>, and certified there by tIle Amencan .' Hath sill some shadow hbverinf neir, ToJamesWallacc [ .
the Senate desire that
.Doorikeeperof expressed a some Duchess should accompany
around their inUrest those'taftfiiard: which experieace Couaul OAVIKI. Daxar Eq. V I j thi Vuhshados1wll1allb.omjtted J '
In new world of our*;my dear, 8375 his '. .
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Now it U t-Mr-Lord-
their paexampledftssurance-on the
.nil tingbt tuem'ere rieceinrf to protection pa'tofflr. V V
V ,1Iia1R &(reqIMD1 JoMeJ.uitain bv'eareleu or Cue to presume, that under letter* 'of 'a'dniin- ,, \Unlei; they're like.lhat graceful one:, T ,Gcorgc O. il'BIullin. ,. !jfor"stationary. and said someone present;;. if.you- would have d e /

V .fraaduteet cattomera do agree among themselves, to ictralionhe ha nny legal right to* interfere with'lhe1 I V Which when ihoo'n"dlncing in the can, sundries, 8692,65. choice from among'the Duchesses)you.need but V
.adopt the Following-prices,' and tu observe the (ollow.. ale of any of ihe real estate of:the late Marqub de' J Still near thee; leave* charm upon To.B. F. "Whitder, 'assignee 'of J. B,. Webb, send to Mrs. Law? ''you' will Und then all assembled ,

io* role*; in'the naoageuwnt of their bnainea roDgerea.. It,would..seem reaily,.that some one ,ef .Each pot where it bath flitted I for printing for the Senate 81,181 W; V .there." .. .* I
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; Five OulJar per..annum., 6euiieekly paper.., 8u advice, on which he .hu'ted, agaiust the.law-o( ;- V of Representatives; expansion of the bubble., In the course ofa few
J)U.lJ per annum{ And Dally paper Ten Dollar the laud, plairireiotsnd common aeuse',' !titMssf, ,mYl'l tUlfeW@aIlit'Wca. Tp Robert B. Copeland;VV Enrolling' and Engrossing months ho purchased fourteen titled estates I'V'f
V. tsauiul In all case payable in advance and no' lair. Perhaps he eipecu," by lbi7weaui-though; *
V pet V Clerk of the House of Representatives, paying for them in paper; and the public hailed V
i ",w pperlo.be tepttiU the.n,un 2d. T**** or ADvEMTu.po.-A *mle" otrl.or. the 1o(jho land and city lot.of the estate of tho ; acquisitions property .
;oj 100 wordf, or an" advertisement occnpying the'inace Manut,< and put the proceed thereof by hi.'iUril To Neill McPherson, Enrolling and Engrossing as so many proof ofthe soundness of hi.*

.l., Af JUG words at the'uaaladnni.emeDt't,pe,if.exbycat saLe,inhis. private poekat;t.rVVbe(AIr. Cue) may bavi L Jerk of tho House of Representatives, _, syste;, In one instance he.met. with or:shrewd

.. .eDod d *.orblaok*,.for "I l the first loteition.i ; been counselled J to adopt this.measure,,of.luipoiiliorion 433; bargainer who had had not thq general faith in,
., asi; "M.r"ea b. '\'U-\At.ioll :TIVPoruorO the puMicjJb; ,;the.advice of a ertsinIcaricdgcN- To Cervantes Harris,, Enrolling and Engroav his paper money!. The Pr ideut de Novion in-

'i JMjaarea a* ifTa ,ame. ,jpropotiion. Advertisement* deau,pr.uii.a city,'who bad applied to the subscriberLeieof sing Clerk _of the V House of Representatives sistol.onjeing paid for:an.cftatein.bard coin.,
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eofitaJtnag one and* half cotre4, an') lea*than two. to pnrchate bno of the Iota of ground thin 8433 Law. accordingly brought the amount four thou.
!, wltf fee charged u; two..' Wier) advettbemeBU are : city,'.belonging'to' the' 'heir of the Marquis, that'hIDlgbt To A. E. Harris, Sergeant-at-Arms of the i sand bytes in specie,saying, ,with a sarcastic., '_

cut iWiUioat nl.ipecial direotiona aa to the number h, get It.from )Ir,Gne, at a much lev pride than House of Representatives, J375; I smile, that he preferred paying in money.as i is .
uin.ettionueqtlare4.1t.itt underitood that they could from the aubscriber. To Moses I! : rendered As it '
'J Ellis/ -kccpcrofthe' House of .weight it a mere incumberance.
: 'urft toe pnWUhid .aiifrftltfr they will here Representatives happened, President could clear tu
8375 ,, ,, give no '.
die t2 u' aoon'aiihe lion. arrive V
'cAutieued the. ditcrFiion of and Babmori in V
i. publisher, J.OdJ8' Liws OF"THE TEHEITOBY or' FLORID, PASSED : To \Valke./for tie to the I land and the had to.ba refund-' .* V
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George rcptnClhe building
Uu ant euler\ money .
V charged.according to die furegoing rate*. Legal *dvertukittirvt city, : Upon his oITiciat dunce of the ,
of which ,the ofpobu'cation is fixed Judge*>f the Superior Court in.'iba! Vi.t'(. aa the V AT A TUE.16th'SEsSION Or -TUE LEGISLATIVE used as Chamber for the House of Representatives ed. lie paid ,it back in paper,' which Law.dar- .

by :1**, "will unty be exempted from lhi rule For successor of oUr former Judge tteid turned ,'i' Ills. COUNCIL. for one year 812,000;' cd not 'refuSe. lest, he should doprcclato in th

nantfiMf. yearly'MvertMeanenu, $W per sjquare.Yearly .- Ricnieucy; the Prenident of the United' State*;Into < Sec.2. Be it f rtlicrenn ted,'That the Govern. market !I ,
adiwrttsera. wb.i r.nevr their advertisement*, the Governor .of thU TcTritory tball apply to No. 3-iri-Au ACT to Incorporate. the St. John or cause to be audited and settled out'of the amount .The courts ofillwarycr dilwent oh triumphantly V

I .AU! diarged j e-X); aud allowed' the .paco'of four Judge .Urunfou for on order io absolutely revoke tho e I V Bilk Company, in 'East Florida. approbated by Congress for the expenses for eighteen months. Law had nearly J

.qnarei ..' the' weekly'" paper r.. $75 fur the earoe" letter of adininictratioii, i *ned. rood fraudulently, V Sect:J. Be it, enacted by.the .Governor and of the Legislative Council. the account of B. fulfilled one of his promises, for the greater pirr" .

'paee;. the cmi and triweekly; paper, and 8IDO iuihe ta the 'l sU.Id. r. G'ue. : Vi : I Legislative Council Florida! ,That Moses Cur. P..Whitncr, assignee of.J. ;B. Webb for the ot the publlcdebt' had 'been paid off; but now '*.

V "ciii y upcTf. .Wheretito iulterti eroentoverrunhevpace i|II I isa noiorloua ftict t\wi; }idi nIusjliVIve betn well knownWiMrj !.ry.A;;D. Wood, Chester, BisbceOliverVood;; printing of the acts,and Journals of tho 'present.6eSsion paid In.bank shares, which bad,been inunped'v
.lovIedtVIt: exccsA'wVl' bq charged by Ihe Cue;'when ho thoHe IcUer of admin- i ii '
obtained R. B. and such 'other p'sons'as shall -when their value
Gregory the same shall have been omplet. up severalhutidredpcr cent. above .
..<]*are. Arti* of stock
V be or become owners ed, in accordance with'the terms of his contract and which were to vanish like smoke la the hand
V ith Ibq m6 cctable State*. t home'to ho'hhd rio ; .
\ | ej,; f.rj.a roof town retnrn France; V
'' in said company, !be: and.they.arc hereby madea also to ca settled the of the holders. '
reference nnsi be given. 'vutouU-pnftrtf'af! wAjla Florida, *rin ri, y' V. ac- 1- V
,,.aiioDnueeflrtnU candidate. for office* will be Statoi,bfthe Union nor/'wa* there a.; dollar :of any body.JO.rpqrpJe.by tbo title'of the "SL. Johns. V couiiktfor" 'Vebb. Onci of the most striking attributes Law ', .

darned Fife, Utir'fur Uiscnlou daring the tant .' debt due to'Lirn i oj 'Iron juna, la Mt country;:or in 1 8 lk Company of Florida." -_, exe''his, was the 1imperturabw''n3surancc'and 8elf-pc I. .:. .

:, ... '." V itss+' 'J. t.1IG' ,"-, :uiniiieatiom thU4 8. : V.V 1 JOUCJltOp AN; J'' .r'. I Sec. 2. Be it further enactcd.That' the apitilst ." session.. 'with which he'rcplied.. tot1. ..eY r1''o1)Je:. V .
lBltBk. '
At aate ttngiBgaj ...,
1 .1 A11 nsp: ;' : wluth are autm.iue, a. ? !..AtlQr..a.J tt/'Mir dl.. I & k"or said company shall 69 fiftyc-thousand .j 'lea".t' P fOW"-.i' .
V' t..tatHr.uhkaiisate1idint: : 4 Wn.*.tit ct.h1 :! .K.i rat; V .""I" "'ik.. 1 J.u.v.r4.b..ITu-.a I .-. ..bm3r -"; .C.t ',:-j" .aUt : P .: -

)ialJ"or.. newiqvtnti t'tit new good.n.w rtablivh- S'" Au.u rie\aJaYj' .J (, .; _I one hundred dollars each. .1 ,. iculties and what was peculiar; made r gUret ----'- .-. -:.-'

,tunIt'.ClQdiJ. and the l hke. will bc"iharle4 at. tt.e Sec. 3.. Bo it further enacted,That the compa"i con ous themselves, which are tho:very elements of exact ,

jimwpk4ni .,her "eQcltt,. 'w" V PRqCL'YJeZjdTJJl'.I : ny'' hereby incorporated shalt be' 'capable of;! during the :pHHPpHil._;vie Legislative demonstration the.means to dazzl aDd .be '.
r, "3,1; .A BUCK List* ahutt be kepi tn'each iatfih-' B,' RfJ'r llayinotid. RclJ IGournar/ff 'Florida; holding-such.larids and hereditaments as they Council;rand also another; wilder.' V /
.'nelle.f..1Ju uua.4; .b.cO odmg;and tkHnquetit % 7I1EU.EA. .hmllde: known to.me/,bat DILL may acquire by purchase or otherwise, for the ot each House., necessary expense TowardS thO'ratter end or 1719theMIawsIpni ,l
.uIswriber 1hc".to thrjr >cri w.lbuit. V V etiat J CK. iie ,Vlnvr.lho of one".
!IIIp pat property carrying into .effect the objects scheme had reached i its- of :" 'JIaffV'1
; purpose } .con Sec. a Bo it further enacted That tho Governor point glory
V V ,.yill( np arrearaf) "hAil W puMNIw-d: fOl the benrfilof Daniel lloiirk.of L-wii Couulf,'who wo* confined in .
.. >b. crafU. And ihrfwmnej' ,of ll o'ldinqi !iiUL tit! jiilof,ai .; ". f.l.UI.M OJo li I HtI b.bdl puttuaUr! ci'jiied niudt* his ueare11I .lid jail, and i is now at target: Sec.; 4.. Be it further'enacted, That the said double per diem to the President of the Senate, quest offortune. ,The hotels and lodginghoawere *-

V and pnl4sssed In the l'. '.. lIt e.cli ud.cr. JVutv, know ye.lliat I, Robert .KB;inoud Ileid, Go. company and their successors,by their corporate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives & overflowingf lodgings were' procuredwithexcessive'difficulty

4: J 4inJ6*' Wont' "an bo;ron iJrcd tu' cash and viTiior of'Florida by virtue of[the authority cited' anueby name shall ;be ,capable of suing .and ,of being according to the usage of all ,Legislative ; granaries were turned .

*, paymenlfdemauded oil d.'if cry,except rrom rrgul.tr law. do hereby offer'a'rewa'rdof : I sued pleading and being impleaded, defending bodies, for. the. present session; to J. S. Robinson into bed-rooms ; provisions had risen enormously .

,1'ClUl\ Del'". '. V TWO UVNDRED)[ DOLLARS, ( and being defended, answering and' being answered .Sccfetary of the Senate 8200, for taking in prices; splendid houses were multiplying .
Tb. pic} a oFi'l'i .tafl rr"J "p4pI.aekVe 'CArt',. I J. fir tLo appnlicnsioti, ''of'II.e'auld fugitive. and Iii tafeclel.veryjti in all courts and judicatures whatsoever care of the lurniturc and papers of the Senate on every side the streets were crowded witlk ; V

," per paek 1"lt tk.$'tr pfkvfcr3ne ke' 'the cnKtodf'of any'j jailor! brother officer'of t, and'wheresoever; and also of contracting- arid House of Representatives; tos. Sibley, for carriages ; above a thousand now equipages had /
'let..r pai. Ilan4"1' '.i. rarnpl.let, $;t per ill* Territory Florida, authorized to take charge. of contracted with and I purchasing and been launched. .
being copies of the Floridian furnished the Senate, during
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f p'Ca. BIiI4.. 1i\l.111 r ,Ier. t per r"&lUf Ilim.
V and when On the eleventh 'of December Law.obtained -
selling real personal property, necessary the session thirty 'dollars. I
$2 perqulftif tu1i 1pb.t$IV pcrurc-.5IO jpcrream.ITieatro The .tidi fILL alias JACK, ft about five reet,
or circut bills, neter Jc. tbau $5 per eel. fiigli;hit large eye*. thin visage,a.scar received fromi Jor the prosecution of the business of said Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, To contingentexpenses another bitary decrror tha purpujo.of

f .J3d *JhibIiJCtOJdfl'tOlZS. cut pa bit.cheat, hi*' wrist deeply marked by hand company. The business of said company' shall .incurred by tho House of Representatives sweeping all the remaining specie in circulation:
V 5th, The nauw. pf *hovf tiifn. and other V.IraveHioj ruff*, one ear.pierced] for a. rjiifi. large scar oai bit be managed by a Board of Directors, not exceeding the sum'of 8100, which the Governor is requested into the bank. By this it was forbidden to rnaku :

I profeaaieaar character*. who 'go 'cff_ithont'paying left lcf\\just .I*low the knee;his color rather Jiphi.kn>i six.in number to be chosen from'amongst to disburse and pay. any payment in silver above,'ten livrcst .in /

i thtn-yriptinf JtiUi,' llI1A 'I.tced on I h. black Kit.f bait .very .hori; It'ii) left leg U some what.jtiff which tho stockholders, at. tho first meeting, after the Approved 2d March,,1840. gold, above three hundred. >, /
and publiahea for the benefit i :The above ruleNbt tt& .(":ct nny rpecjal ni'lin'tf & Given; under' mY 'hind nnjl seal of the .of them, shall form a quorum' for the transaction '. From lAt Kniduriocttrfor Jpr'd. jcct which was to depreciate the value of goKl \

contract*bT ,he'Ji'reiout',ear. Out contracU variant T. ritory. thii "twelfth day of March of business,'one of whom shall! be selected TlilE UNEXAMPLED and increase the illusive credit of paper, begat (
from them wii.l) ot be rrnewt-d. V V V [SJu.] eibtet 1I hundred and forty,'.t th 'cil'or.T.lJdlw..ci by the others as President of the Board of directors A OF PROSPERITY.' to awaken 'doubts of a system which required
?The C and Treasurer and bolstering. Capitalists gradually
I' and one as Secretary i ,
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ber/uuto d, thcmnclvei bono RAYMOND UHID.Dy
ate s oel pledge UODUKT
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i Author of Sketch Book"fcoxtwuED.1 from their bewilderment. Sound and able financiers
of shall have
Board ,to
said
the Directors
Mcfe'! .irto tb.etbu, w etHteru the ongoing Uuc! ilia Goterx>r, power .
.;111. ..naitaeIiL of the bu ine of their diflTereut. I S f, atMarrh24.ftl1!t'.**.*I.*.., ,Ux.>"jrMl.a IM.vu.3 *UI*f .t\\.lA flit .. make all such bylaws rules and ordinances as consulted together, and agreed to imk\ "
.*4ebUimsija.. V V ; April 8. 4t., to'them shall'appear needful and proper,'touch. Luxury' and oxtravagauco kept pace 'with common cause against this continual cxpansiua. .
f/IIt ,.' V V C.fi. BAUTLCTT. I jog 'tho management: "and disposition of the this sudden inflation bf fancied wealth. Tho of a paper system. The shares ofthe'oonko.nlt -,

p ,< ** : > :. oJ iAi .tplll4dicJIJ GCULtC f H11IE *ubscriborjlin\iiif" been appoinW byhuJL property estate and effects oftbezaid corporation hereditary palaces of nobles were pulled down, of the company began decline in value. Warymen
V fnaisfe '.. tflWSKtY. V Excellency Governor and Onncil of Flori. such the sctlo took the alarm and..began,la realize,* V
matters
. .> 44 .-. v V V V tIn? Auctioneer fur the couuiy of Su Johii*, begeleaveI and all aVappcrtain to and rebuilt on a augmented splendor.- '
: : !" ./ : IIJtpatflcAicolt Courier.tf ;-. .'
V.I 'J.DVfn*'.t i receive any* .articlea. r.ID 'ch udjit\Or public or! : not repugnant to the laws of the United States and magnificence. Never.before had been such the conversion of ideal.pr9perty into something .
: TtUokautt AW.V "
Vi '. /!* V
SA1J.I\"tHRUV t } p YaIeitd ou 'nmml"a n. lie nisi! will, ntteud to I or of :Florid a,display in homes, furniture equipages and a. rca). '
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i- V V lAd,Talldlt #,,'rtor Jiui. any snlc in to* n or in the coiiLtry if ;* qmrc . 1., in that line'of busincsa Ior 1d'tniQs I the lower who had and of ltd Miissippiordswas' tha I
VV1 :V V J. AI. UOULD, ViJ < long experience ( upward of said company shall 4xs assignable among persons of ranks suddenly grasping .
: W rtmia IhraUA Sr thirty years) ho hope will en.ture him a liare of i ferable according the rules which may. be established i become possessed millions. Ludicrous first to give a, blow to the credit bfthe bank.
V 4 I public patronage.. Hi stores are IIIln.i' forctorapeof by said Board of Directors anecdotes are related of some'of those upstarts. There was amlxturo'ofingratitudoin his conduct .
V .1. T -'1o1iccoV .goods.. his auction at' ''ia situated oppo..i'lt thePulahc'S'Iulfe. I. Sec 6., That the said Board of Directors shall One who had just launched splendid carriage, 'that characterized: the venal baseness of tbo .

LL pcrson..LavLflgehimasgsinstthe Ht.te of I. L. LYON.. keep at th; office for transacting the business of when about to use it for the first time instead of times. He/had received, from timo to time,cnormous -
ja. NA'IIA "EL.. f'IJ'E.'VS, "late ofSt, Juhn V lha Ulclion days,w11 l be Tuesday* and V 'Fridn.*.. books, in which shall be at the'door, mounted through/h3bi. sums from" Law,as the price of his in.
said company,' getting m ; /
March II 1 I84H. / proper
;-:,.iinI. dee, are hereby !kicitified to file their recc| AiignstinX. V regularly-entered nIl the transactions ofsaid tude to his-accustomed place behind. ;Somo flucnco Arid a patronage. In revenge the Princo
1 tire 'de ma !., duly anthfnlicated, within the'time
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: immediately! sent such amount tu'th
Administrator' Sated books shall be subject to tko ladies of a well dressed woman an ,of'paper
which quality,seeing
I prescribed by J.'w t and ihete who are in any way in company, '
be soil the th .ubcril but whom bank to cashed;that it required lour wag;
\. uttUetlararrqutredlo'iuakepoTUtciiL-- WILL at pl.aceor > r.on inspection of tho stockholders and directors, covered with diamond,: nobody
OATI& Cm Tuesday* in May and Jane neat,all their handsome ons to'bring away the silver, and .he-hadthir. ___
'IotardaSlftSO.47.; : W. \. on going out of office,shall account successors knew,, alight from.a very carriage,
,, V the peiuhabla pronerty belonging tqthe Estate: of and over all moneys ofthe company enquired who she was, of the footman. lIe replied meanness to loll out of the window ofbia hoteT
i --.Ble1'R"t. Jt.'tCCIJ11t.Irtltchc.., I ISAAC II'ELLS. among which n a LARGE pay their hands unnppr priated. with"i..>: a lady who has re. and jest and exult'as it was trundled into bit
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I 4 V 8.ba PLATED trhaiJTiat ARTICLES rot ur ned Ac.flflllB from. Charlc- STOCK OF CATTLD (.both beef and 8tocCst. Sec; 7; Be it further enacted'That' this char. centlv tumbled from 0.g.urc into this carriagc. portcocherc. V .J V .
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V j V 'in force for the term of Law's: domestics wcte'said become in This the signal ibr other drains of liko'
shalI 1 continue twcntyycars Mr. was
fit JOG wjth to a. >orUiieut nf I ho latent fl1f'hion..r. A creLwihl.be : "el until the fit at day January, ter ,
V Jewelrr: ,.'c. received, from the fCordi. and elected 1841. Note,with approved security, will be reqni- from the passage Ihereof. 'I like manner entertained by the crumbs which nature. Thu I: gli.sh and Dutch merchants, who ;
by.hiinael/forth'n market which he offer o 'tower red. drawing interest, IrumVdate.V Approved 2d March, 1840.Ni fell from his table. His coachman: having made had purchased great amount of.bank'paper at, .

luau than be purchased in ..1.rid a Among hi*:a- The Cattle will be void to suit purchasers. Persona I a fortune, retired from his service. Mr.Law requested low pricescashed them at the bankand. carried :'

ortnteut will be found willing to buy such property will do well to{attend.JOIJ 35.-AN ACT to amend nn act entitled tt an him to. procure a coachman in his place. the money out of*the country Other stranger
I Emerald. Aqua'Marine, Garnet and other rtt.eioiaai V ,,;'JLV; PELOTU. Administrator.Columbia to crimes and'misdemeanors con .'I lIe appeared tlio next day with two, whom he did the like thus draining ,the kingdom otits i

> ilonea, worked into, Ur cache*. Rings, Car Drop &c. County; April.lB40" 45-Cw _. act mitted. relating by.slaves free negroes and mulattocs." pronounced equally good, and told Mr. Law, specie, and. Leaving paper in Its plncc. :': '' "
i.fiilfer Table and Tea Sponuai Ladle, Cutler L jVotice.ALLperwn .' Governor and I "Take which 'of them you' choose, and L will The' Regent pcrcpiYmgtbc3csymptonis'ofd.t
V Sec. .I. Be it enacted by the"
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% Knire.nn J fltber article! wf cllllenti.I" having claim against the estate,of Councilor tho Territory of Florida, t take the other !P* cay in the system sought to restore it topubli\
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t A large supple t f (nlf. nlver and steel Spectacc noli Legislative hominies treated with confidence cOIlr.rriug marks of confidence:
novi
V 7% IIOOKER/'decd.. are hereby That if slave free negro or mulatto, shall beguilt' t Nor were these by
with eulored and
V |t. .,CiooksWatcbeCbain.V&stasnd plain 111I.e Key*;,with a oed. toprrwnl ,the .ahlo, duly authenticated; within manslaughter any of any white person of the dbtanco and disdaiii ;they would formerly upon its author. He 'accordingly resolved ta _
$ of Cutlery UM iltte pre trbe'd.; by law, orthey will be,'ture!ertJareJ store or cotton t c3p\ricnccd frounti haughty aristocracy o) .Law Coniptniller General of the FTflancw .V
varied and dwelling-house
nisiriniet '
bdrning
'Aud' Tarioty of iirticWiiianiimcniu tn thrntiAii, ; aid iluae wlw. are in aillt E. indebted't are house mill or.out house, barn .or stable l or afFiance.. The itrideofthe old nob'e.scc had.been of France. Thciewiua material obstacla in-lhi ,
'- '*'N'tnValcb aitd ( $kieraiiul carried QflV5* icqueaict tl)'io ;iuake immediate. payment the 'aubciH. i gin thereto, and.being convicted stifled t.y the' wr Ir aJaK er instinct of avarice I way.* Liw-was n Protestant, and the Ro -nf.unscrupufou. ,
bet. WM. n: HOOKER,. Adm'r.llamiltnn sball.be accessory and confidence he hinnclf dkl not c r.'
riub cril the was
tuua.1 wiUi prnro ptnc" aawd. dcapatcli.TJie death. They rather sought intimacy I ns
!' shall suffer I
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same they
'' can bd pisrclvsetl In Flo. Co.,,March 25,1340. and it has been observed to th. sivero cilicH which
>er intend. .mu.It.to.\V a* V Sec. 2.TJcit further enacted,That if any savctreo' of thebc lucky upstarts; publiily outrage
;:'nd 'and aoHnU a toni u'lc. .. the pst .flag V .till Essay .t mulatto, shall assault any white : that a nobleman would gladly take his scat Louw XI\\ in hi bigot dayi had fulminated a- .

: Mretofore received. VV t. F,J QV1N CY. the .ulj etof' lhtf.Y LLOr FEJ.'E -.tn- "negro childwith or intentfto commit a rape, at the table of the fortunate lacquey of yesterday gainst all heretics. Law soon let him know. that

i'olice.I; I ON tOVTQC* fa, TUK.JlIUlaluu.-U, P. B.SUMbel woman or thereto, and being. convictedof in hope of learning'from him the secret: of there would be no ditliculty on that head. Ho

; A LL |>erMin Itaviug. claim 01 Lay iather ier. an they
,, r/Si, wkatuev,: ." aini| lh* estate f of 11111.11 ) For .ale by F. J. QUINCY.; Sec;same V' And be it further enacted [That the J Law now went about.with a countenance: radiant in the way ot business. For deacncpr's sake,

.{fEEDM.tNt.lfr.JalfH.r St. J.hn C.lIn'-!. dec
ir. hereby notified to file'th"ir5 re'pectl" -lemand, Jt.eac Goods !tI3AAC sections of the act to Which this I very/side, Hie admirably skilled in all that oasly be convinced and convcrtod. A ghostly-,-
'. kUlh nti ated. within' ho time prescribed k, taw; and thirty-nintli founH, ready to accotnplh
inly \v. AVEUY. ha just received frooiNw inconsistent with the provisions relates to finance, writes the Duchess of Orleans instructor was soon
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:' j .way to ecclesiastical: promotion and I temporalVtalth I fence, found themselves suddenly. reduced to in.: ingithey! all I quitted. the waggon_ 'with the riot'< :since,I that a trail has: been! discovered,crossing place, ,and:interred this afternoon; afidln- ,.*J
:1. C' ( by the basost mean t I the Picolata road south,and consequently not assure you, it was a melancholy : -- ,
leading
!: In February, 1720, shortly after l iw's instal.) delusions found theirestates little The army, has lost one of its best :.
: the of-princely fortunes, foU l settlement be spared a longer,
absent about mile-that they were that may
meat irf ofBco a decree came out, uniting the I 'vanishing into thin air. Thoso who bad were > a : he died nobly.Encouraging I his men OlIt8I1$"
I, I' bank to the India Company, by which Usf name I'any: prpreriy nniainirp, sought to secure it I lowed by Indians, and after running, considerable : for the Indians are for war. The Spaniard named Fernsar, wbo :

: the whole establishment! was, now known.: The against reverses.!'. Cautious persons fround there diStance Medici was shot through the!hand, $ Wc said.we could moralize, but could not of the blood-hounds was killed;one soUierM i JIlt"

,1;L'. .'; decree stated that: as tho bank was royal the was no safety for property in the country where and 4 Ball was,killed.. Suddenly Medicos tti:Oed theor e. Four and a hajf years spent in then missing from Lt Sanderson's'co-"SUM. ,**, .',

.. I king bilk was that bound be committed to make good the value of its the coin was continually shifting in value, and and ran the ether way, andfeis body wund, :ries 20oooooomone1 expended: ; a'beautiful doubt is killed. .
; to the company the go. where a was exercised over..public securities 4: i*
despotism : laid hundreds valuable lives
{::4 I -vcrnmcnt of the bank for within a short distance of the.first ,action. 'Bai cdntry waste- '
fifty years, and sold and even over the private purses of individuals. CT We arc gratified! to learn tfcatordenbL '
:. i to it fifty millions of stock belonging to him, for They began to send their effects into i ford continued running!for Fort Weadraan, pur lost;kid the remnant penned up and wasting been received, for the raising a. ,',
CORM/
t nine hundred millions; a simple advance ofeighteen other countries,when lo on the 20th of June, sued by, an Indian, who made a grab at him their Vigor their time-and how can itar thco mounted men and that .:
" ; \ hundred per ceoL The decree furtherS a royal edict commanded: them to bring back rile ; Captain Micxzst wfli u
R declared. in the and, missing him, ,Tell, which gave the. latter able forthwith to offer the ,
r king's narno.tbrt he would nev- their effects, under penalty of forfeiting twice "' requisite number oi:;
;:. ', :;.. ..,cr draw on the ,bunk until the value of his their value;and fur bade them, under like penal. such advantage, as to ,enable him to effect his \''What goodwill it do to theorize, when the men and horses of the choisest of oorwn !;

,,.<;! I ? :vC"rilti had first been lodged in.it by his receivers ty, from Investing their money in foreign stocks. escape, with the aid of a sergeant and four inn, whole army.of the United States, with tie freas- men. and citizens.' r.*; ';;- .,
,i' 'rln-rpL: This was soon followed by 'another decree for. who came from the fort to his relief. The driver ury of the United States cannot'rid Florida of a 5 ..:f.
1 > Tq'unk f : it waj said had by'this tfrao lsnue.1'notes bidding any one to restrain precious stones in of this- also made his few Indians, in five ye,rs. .<.
waggon
" .;. .. to the amouat of one thousand millions, bo"ifijTinrjro bin possession, or to sell them to foreigners; all escape. Armed OccBpadoH of Florin{; ;
l ;: '. paper than all the banks of Europe.1 must be deposited in tho bank, in exchange for Every thing in the waggons ,was taken; the What good, will it do, to theorize,when oar Once more we call OB' Eonsre.:

/ <, \\\.ru beef. to cite:elate. To aid its credit,the receivers .;I depreciating paper! trunks broken open, and clothing, dresses, and commanding.General refuse*Jo employ the inhabitants aid our suffering Territory, 1' ifie: '; "

',;: 'of tho revehce were nirected to'take I oncluded in our naL] every thing.that could be (any Value to an Indian of the'country in the important work Col. Beritbn's Armed p

J->:: / bauk iiotes oftbosub-receiveri.: All.payment,I --- was carried awesY,or dfstroyed' i CoL Han- of self defence or to allow of a forcd Pot tncir raise voicteiotbetmidstof i ; Occupation Bill War.
thereafter, of one hundred livres and upwan.. J .our : theba
. 'were 'ordered to be made in bank Dotes. These.c ST.AIlfillSTIMF, .' -a 1 Sdu's carriage broken and cut to piecesthemulecut protection above I a corporal' guard.sk of widows made Aaftandlesty parents c '>

'r conipuhwry measures for*n short time gave a'MJ I I joQse'; and a horse mangled and rendered 'Information received in to..n.-yesterda1i; nd"children! fathers in our'own city1rutess bJ.jw ,

t' credit to thu bank, which"proceeded to din! Friday, Way 39, lhi-14, useless. that;Indians were still lurking around, and m and bluod-thirst Indiana We calf|
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: jewel i "Principles'and the People. 'The Indians were painted red and, ins warlikeimlfes the vicinity of Mr.. Jenckes' plantation; and a s t 'tM w "'
... .. : -,'- ; 1l .ajid other v as us on mort 'I thls.b.. tto, ia"' aa ::
.-ftji; #; W'Watilffafiher agt>sralicPtlts'"' ---r: w *d riflgiattd # ibiled"iar' n': ffr"r rcitf2eni'Iteve gone, If pOSaible t"O hnn or il"tf worthy< citc&enf j BW fcj .
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'tl ''7"4- .I. ,-' I In for theses __ ).iKI&i1ioQjg.A1Jnti9nal1JanLIlS frauihtwithagar subdued. -character- ..lnaappraadraL.FartWeadmon -,. --- .:..... I:. ,; -..: corpses--jith llll 'blecdlngpiinil' :'"eir '
Trmrm pp ftr'.n | to free woun2$>
HI- wipcuiuiiuiOHHtiag or I our institutions and the iberbesof within 200 assumed air of This of marauder and ,
'Jt- any any yards; an party savage : ..murderers :
; curite'body! ch'&lor the people, from its necessarily great, and controlling ..rc"enVe" those:who oppose us lo CMgrcs .
1 I ;religious,to hold in pos- : defiance,and shook his rifle as challenge to is evidently the same, that escaped from .
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wesslon I k.lU' t sun five hundred'livres in curr' power over the general urrency and could only hear the sad shrieks p Ctries
i .. b bsine8S of the those who were in it. There were'ony7 men the:]'ort when Powell was confined-is headed
4. rout cojn; that is to laY,about seven louisd'or' *, COWltry Opposition tote present i around bewailing; the loss of those tbey'le.. '
., :'.. r,I the valU. if the loured or in paper being.at the Banking system; defective in principle inrlhe fort, and, they could.not make a sally. by: Co-a-coo-cby, and has been engaged in rd and could,sec, af we have today the ,
i 1" time, seventy-two lir re. ,All the gold and silver and unsafe in practice, and requiring a radical On the receipt of the intelligence, expresses murdering, and'PhzMering e since. They are '
have above this refopn.-A total Reparation the fiscal concerns l ing mother bending over her butchered 'thiW..
they might pittance was to be
were sent to the intelligence, evidently short and withaitheybave.u
convey necessary powder, sparing
, brought; to the rOJ al bank and exchanged<< either of the Government from all banking institutionsas Gates very cut, mangled,i shot; and burnt'to picas, and,uW''
the bct4juaranlccf for the of by the commanding officer, CoL and a not agun'w3S fired by.them '
for shares ur bill* '. I preservation our I _, helpless children kissing ,the bloody wounds ot '
National, and body of our fellow-citizens at:once Volunteered, during the night that at Mr. Jenckes'
'. AM confiscatiort was the penalty of disobedliecceto ) Indcpendence.-Encouragement + they were;; their father, ere bis corpse is consigned
M the decree;end informers, were assured. support toall, banks, based upon sound principles and vent forth to meet the GoJiah of tie PJu7u.tines. plantation.We to
:\ .share fir the with the ability and disposition, at all times, tomb, and ,we believe their ,opposition: would;
forfeiture bounty was in "ma They were absent till late at night; and learn that the Governor has: given ordersfor
held to redeem their bilLs in Gold and Silver, and an eL"C.Yc wisb, too that those who
net out to domestic, spies and traitors;and s t-eC.. '
were only prevented by the approach of night raising some, volunteer companies for the :
tho most.odi-jus scrutiny, was awakened into the express provision in all bank charters,requiring the poor Indian, persecuted bjr the whTose : t( ..
t/ecuniary nflalrs of f"mi1ies'and iadividu"hnwery .- ample security to be given'to,the,State for the from having a fight with the murderers.} protection of the.frontier. I awakened at the, |
.sympathies arc so idea::
: conradcnce'between friends and 'rel redemption of theif issues in specie on demand,and We can moralize on this subject, bufwe cannot ..
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the perpetual subjection of all acts of incorporation The funeral Mr.; FKIKCIS MEDICE was at of bunting these murderous savages with be
tires was impaired und all the domestic ties and theorize. It is useless for us to complain tq
tot the control of the Legislature. tended from the house of his afflicted! relatives -could ace what we have this day-we ventwai
1" t irtucs of..cietyweru threatened, until a gene. j find fault,..'r to affect wisdom above our heighbors. i I .. '
I: r sentiment of indignation broke forth, that To avoid the necessity explaining principles 'The fact is, those of ( that .ain'have- by the Rev.' Mr.,RANKM. to say they'would finil their sympathies mSsplTccd 1

t -MnpUcd! tLc Regent to reacihd the odious de.' daily to the Federalists who change theirs often i been : w That of the four others, at the same-service, and that the suffering: white inbabiteatei. (,

crcc.Equal cr than a March\ wind, many of the Northern J pent up m this little city for the, ,last/our from, the Council Room, by the ,Rev.:Mr. :VAIL: Florida wcr objects for .their'compassion icommisseration.

abuses had taken place under the cbloitik4U Loco-Foco. papers keep the n1 erc Creedstand i ing I j l.I and a half year, by a few worthless outlaws wboupan this occasion, delivered a. very appro.gyrate c I ;..
I : : pn ect. In his thousand expedients .Id our friends and o'ur neighbors, one after anoth .i
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!, lima capital I, Law had sold parcels of land I in at the head<< of their columns. It is a good one impressive, and affecting address.1.,
er, have been hastened to mansions of the dead, Charles BowHlnj-Delegate. .4 1 )
fora MiMasippi kseguesquare.the rate Many ofthree capitalists thousand bad livres and may be profitably committed to memory by and he who is foolhardy enough to look beyond Respecting the murders near:-Micanopy, we &\Jew months since,:we 'prophesied our Dele

t H- estates large enough to constitute'a!moss purcnaed -t ,every freeman.: the gates oft city, may be' the next victim.It have,ban favored with the following i 'authentic' gate,, 'in Congress who then professed to be, R. .

+ principality the'onlyevil was Law had sold -----r I was' most appropriately said by the good man information:- warm suPPorter 'of' the Administration party, &J.

:'I u property which'he. could not deliver. Then- FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, who officiated at the entombment of these fel BLACK Csccx,' E. F.. May 23d, 1840. would In a very short time be.found ia open b& .
ft items if police,who aided in recruiting ranks Sue:-An has just arrived, and bringsus '
Ii! of the coionlsf:, bad' been ''guilty of scandalousimpositions. m.. T 1t 'm.mtlirq. low mortals, "be F also.ready;"/(and we would very melancholy express news. I give :you an extract tility to it,and leagued in cheek by jowl, wi&J\_

t' 1 Under pretence< : f faking up mon.- echo, "be ye also ready,for in an hour that" ye think from the official report to me. :>Lieut Mar the WHW party. Although 'xereprelai'e: i Ji

d.e ants and vagabonds, they scoured the streets, Indian Murders. no/ these savages are at your 'doors.It tin'2d' Infantry left Micanopy on the morning tow* our: prophesy ,fulfilled, and .Mr... Down. -*..i::.

at uybt; seizing upon honest mechanics,or their! On Saturday last'five' men were killed by Indians is proper to observe, that when this descent of the'19jh, with 3 men for his post-WakahQo.ta throw any summerset; yet weeoafess we did Dot'J.:
...... them to'their after about 4 miles, he fired '
*> 4.16.) hurrying crippling hOUSe proceeding was
a short distance west of Fort Weadman, was made, the Eastern section of the St. Johns, think so badly of his political principles, aafo
rs,.fr. ,r the sole purposes of extorting their money upon by Indians. He received three' balls one ;
f'rvin them as ransom. The populace was on the Picolata Road ;say between 7 and 8 miles was perfectly defenceless, every able-bodied : through the lower-part of'the abdomen one suppose bo would ever be f und supPorting; AN1. 'if'

aroused to indignation by these abuses. The from'the'city of SUjAugustine-that city which man bad ,been withdrawn, ( excepting, amore : through the arm, and one in bb hand-one of ,ABOLITIONIST for the highest station in ti*.' "

." otttuurs\ of police were mobbed ia the exercise of I once belonged to Spain, and many of whose guard at each'post) to concentrate at FortI I his men killed; the other. two.missing. Lieut. gift of.the Nation. Warned as we were day afc,."
'" ter.-1r odious functions,and several of them were inhabitants I I the I Sanderson with a party of seventeen men'was let day by the Washington 'Metroj.'olis of K tfc* &
I killed, which put an end to JhbJI grant abuse of were overjoyed when it was trans. ,King, preparatory to an expedition into principal : sent in pursuit He fell in,with the Indians,and ,

power. i f erred to.the,,"_J institu-, Indian settlements and the commanding : he and dye of his men were killed-Yesterday company Delegate was keeping! Washing*:j

\ In March, a most extraordinary decree or the bops w...... i *led ref officer here was wi bout'JIlan to render assist morning an express from Wakaboota to Micano ton; we could.not but suppose that the Ediior'nTthat :.'

: .,counuilfixed. ,the price of,shares of tho India' 'that''' ante or to pursue the Indians. I py, reported the post surrounded by Indians. print...u..mistake, .'". Welwtrv, we repiss., .

"';',. $. :j,"I ,r' ,,. ,1\j Company at aloes! thousand: li :, cur, iiM ';. It is due to the citizens to state,'that ju soon'as Cot Riley it with his .his command has gone in pursuit -.. prepiredtto.sec CHARLES Dowimw, the,_ '-'' .
command that Lt. SanilcrMri
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,. chtiast; cal' communit .arid ow "n.'tI........ -Jua.wa.. ; picked up ECATz of chivalric FLOJUDA "
.J '! ---:"inucrtTajiimnrntttymg' iiiuucyifi mierusT,"]in e4desola v and bi.ncn: there'wa supposed to be about -- betraying the t _..,,, -{
any thing but,India stock. ,Wall these props 1 that they volunteered in sufficient force(i and went 60 Indians. It is supposed Lt. Martin will the People reposed in him when they elected Elm.:; ;;

and fcjs, the sIs continued, to'totter.- How tragic events 'kfor"the pursuitjbut night coming on they were oblig teeo er. Lieu. nderson had his: fi ngcr*cut t off an Administration man-but we did net bcliVvo' ,
could i it otherwise, undera'destructivegov.crnmentthatcouldalter last four years- andmorerto,, .i see!;;: il five vr"human. beings ed to return to town, having trailed the, Indians and stuck in his mouth." after the Harrisburg Convention droplHwir;-t'',
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value DARLING Lieut.
the. of property ,
I ttevcry moment The very compulsory measures some of them our fellow-citizens, brought intoTurnbull swamp*,. -- Commanding. Cur, and took up WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON .

r that were adopted to establish the credit of into town, awaiting the last mournful. and solemn Further News.-On the 'morning' of the 46th EXTRACT OF A Liana : ,the very candidate chosen ty the A bojttitmists -. f'

ii.u bunk, 'i hastened its fall: plainly showing ritesXprcpVratory( to their deposit in that information was brought to town, by arn gro MICAXOFT, May 10tl1I.ro. l themselret, named by them long since;a reran :: ;

there was a want ofllOlad scourlty.. Law caused house appointed for all the.living.. It was sucha man who had escaped, that a party of Indians, 1.2 part 11, 1'. M. who had declared himself openly in favor (:of'1 I!
) pamphlets: to.be pursued! satin forth, i in eloquent "We have: had quite an excitement here to 1 ,
scene that the people of St. Augustine had,surrounded the house of our wort!y and re and Abolitionism, and who not, withstand ing'voted f
more Indian
language, the vast profits that must accrue day, murders-Lieutenant .
't j holders of the stock,''and the impossibility of 'was called upon witness, yesterday ; and well l spected fellow citizen Ecwix' T. JEN EEl, Esq, Martin,second Infanty' left this post' this morn to have the WHIT sAn sold into slavery.On an. ,

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back ol these assertions, came forth an edict of 1 vf life we are in dull-well may we feel that from town by land, and 20 by water. Upon this about 11-2 miles from this'place he met 3 ot bis dearest tciih VMS to see etsry slave nl tae,South u',*

the king, dated the 22d of May, wherein, under i it is uncertain ; find well may we ask each other,. intelligence becoming generally kn wn, never ed men with coming to escort him home., They return free 'as the masters, end le (HarrL'On) hoped lh, '; ,
pretence of having reduced the value of his coin, himand when about 3j miles from here,
I it was declared necessary to reduce the value of I I who is it that U next to fall a sacrifice to these was there a greater excitement a m6re intense they were fired upon by a party of Indians,about lion and the lamb' [rU'ian3'bcck) would. le fovxd.?.:: '

iiif bank hotfs%, one half and of the India shares i murderers lTbecircumstancasere. feeling rnanif ted.'I\\l 40 strong. The Indians killed 1 man, the .to I'e together", ,",< .

/Jrum nine thousand: to rive thousand livres i iThis I I these:-Col, Hanson Lt ,CoL GATES, with ten mounted]dragoons, first fire and wounded Lt., Martin in hw bridle We did not, we say,believe that Charles Dow.hf .
: decree carne like a clap thunder upon j in in instant readiness his'whole arm, in turning his horse be received 2 more
waengaged bringing from Picolata was being
a disposable reckless
share holders. found one half of the coo I ,, wounds, 1 across the abdomen and as.;n e"knew him tabs.would_ ever, .
They pretended I one in his
I pa of comedians who warn under the force, and, at the same time a company o dare to such ...:
value of the paper in their hands annihilUd qJmutt manage fright hand, killing his horse at the same time- support a man, while he represeai -
'j t in an instant; and what certainty.lwd they of W. C. Forbes, from Savannah,a part of 20 mounted volunteer citizens, amongs t whom he dismounted and run though to within 3-4 of a ed the People of Florida., We on'our Fellow-,

with respect to the other half J The, rich.contidered om, including,two ladies,had arrived the day were some of our best woodsmen, also, started mile of his post,when we met him and brought citizens, and, ,ask them if,they are ready to cr/ :

themselves ruined; those in humbler I. CoL 11.thad a carriage drawn by two I and joined him, showing a zeal', and iletermina-- him to this post; 2 of his men are yet'missing, amen, to this apostacy of their Delegate I Are-" .

circumstances looked forward to abject poverty.I i, horses cad,a largo baggage waggon employed. tion that could not be equalled. probably killed. They also wounded a citizen they willing'that be shall halter their
The parliament seized ,the occasion to stand by the name of Branch, who was on his put a about .
w<< forth as the protector of the public,and refused I itof ', In these were a. Mr. Miller. from Brunswick, The Steam-boat 8. Matthew started at the from Wacahootee to this place, ho was shot way in 3 necks, and"lead them wherever :ho .will-Ale, >*- ,

register the decree., It gained the credit of Gea, Mr. Yos, from Black Creek, Mr. Lynes, same lime, with a large company' of Citizen volunteers places through hi,leg but succeeded in getting even up to the slough- of Abolitionism and, there** .

compelling the Regent to retrace his steps, Mr' Weiner and Mr. Germor, and Mr. Hagan, ; all desirous having an opportunity, to in here and gave us the alarm-when all bands at his command, drown themselves. in fife tlacfc1' .

though it is more probablfihe e yielded to the pni. and a neg'o man, the drivers. When within 7 relieve the suffering and punish the aggressor There turned is out in pursuit That is. all that we have mud of tbd quagmiro We trust not-we be:
venal burst of public astonishment and reprobation. only about soldiers at this post;but
On the 27th of May the edict waarre. or 8 miles of the city, these waggons were fired I *. all the'residenta volunteered their services;'ando Mere not nerer'can .the People ',of Florida bo .

Yoked and bank bills were restored to tb previous upon by a party of about 15 Indians, who suddenly In the space of about three hours!these lw after scouting all day returned homo 'withoutftCCOlnpli.clbing' found in such company-though,not yet of Uu> ,", .'

value. ,But tbe fatal blow had been struck; rose up from a clump of palmettosabout forces a'enuPon the* spot, but the Indians were any thing more than tiring us Union,they love it too dearly thus to stab at its !

I' ho delusion was ai end. Government! itself y.ith'the'bad 50 yards from the road, and killed Miller and gone. Instant purso.: '!'U given, bu( in vauv, like theo vitals, and this..Claries Downing will find out ;
M all CODfidcriequally
public ; r
.,, bank it had engendered, and trnjcb.its owns "f- I[.Vose ; the others (except Hague) abandoned the Rain; coming on, and the Indians taking t \ MAT 19th, 12 o'clock, r. v. to bb cost Let him bewares of aa'reullcdconvmunity's -

l' bitrary acts had brought into discredit "All w::5on3 and ran with the view of effecting theirescape. swamps it was impossible to do more. "A man of Lt Sanderson's command has jua t indignation. *

" Piriv says the Regent's mother, in her letters Get. ajran towards Fort Searle, pur We learn that the In&liaDS'rriyed at the plantation come in, and says that Lt 8. has had a very severe -, ,,:. .

111 -hat been mourning at the cursed decree which sued by an Indian tor. sore distance, who'fired of Mr.Jenckcs early in the evening of the fight, and that he thinks all Lt.Sandersons' The Theatre \

1 Law has' persuaded anonymous letter my ion, ,to staling in P ke.that I have 1 havetwtnlng received his rifle, the ball of which passCfl i within 6 inches 25th-that they had collected all the negroe together command diaas about are 80 killed strong.; he says tbey. found the (n.1 Mr. Forbes company has beenNtoerforminj; ?

1 to fear on my own account, but tbftt J my of G's head., G. finding himself unhurt, I ,,and had gained such' information u theycould l Col. Harner arrived here this evening,, on his here a few nights past, to quite large nudiencev -

sun hall be pursued,with :fire and sword." ,. and still pursued,, as the only' means of safety, I and that they surrounded the house and,L way to Fort King with 60 men,and started immediately This evening the bill presents an attractive treat. .''t

,':--"""""""fl Eegautflow endeavored to avert the pdi-i iu suddenly turned round and.drew a pistol, which I were very'deliberate? in all thelr'operationsThey ,,- I for, the scene of action; if it can be as will be seen:by the advertisement. in our su1. ,' <
in.flf. hit ruinous schemes from himself. Ho found. '
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ivied to have sudd*nly lost confidence in Law the Indian saw, and left his pursuit-O. escaped I feasted well upon the poultry of the yard, umo'-As the stay of the Company rousfneces* \

and on the 29th of .May, discharged( him from ,to Fort Scarlo. VVcijrer: on leaving the carriage, and collected all the plunder that they could Another Letter dated, sarily) be short we advise ,all who wish to seep .

hi*' r-mploy, as Comptroller General, and:>, ta. also ran, pursued, ,by 'Indians, but finding that, from the negros; sent word for Mr.:Jenckcs to MicAnorr, May 20. them to go speedily.-OTHZUCV which fa to be

,:.' .. honed a Swiss guard sixteen men in his house, they gained upon him,hestopped,turned 11 them come out of the house and go to town,for thai We left Lieutenant Sanderson yesterday, about played the evening, is one Shakspeare's most.
. ,hl(even refused to see him, when on the follow. and begged in ,his life wanted and 2 clock r M all of us having given the thrilling and interesting tragedies 'We hope.
j .. l ing'day, ho applied at the poral I of the Patois: ( German) fur under the they plunder meant to have it; and anticipation of finding the Indians up
and I
",,1:*" lloyul for admiasionbut, having played off this t impression that, as a foreigner,they would spare expecting that he would obey their r quest,they wrote you our party: consisted ,of '9 mounted as our citizens will rccolect.tl1.t. these unfortunate .

*larce before the public be admitted him secretly him-:he was' shot Lynn ran and! concealed were ready to shoot him. men, reached home last evening. Lt. Sander players, have lost nearly their, all. incoming:

:i ,,: \ the same,night, by a private door, and continued himself in a swamp, and was enabled afterwards Mr. Jenckes is ,an .old soldier, and not to bo son with 18 men took another trail intending to. here,as well as .one of the company being ;;
:,4 as beft e toco-operate wjthhim' in his financial i return also. basely butchered the and.
nchemes.Oi I to get into Fort Weadman. The negrodriver caught. Instead exposing: himslf: he re by savage Indian
5 i ': madu his who continuedtin doubled his and with but But about 11 o'clock r. K. discovered a Messrs. Lyhe and German scarcely escapiog* \(
effec-
::1'-; ). the first of June, the Regent issued a de. 4II escape Hagan, vigilance two smoke!\in another hammock, on the south-east : ;
crrr, perunuing persons to have ,as much imo' ? j the waggon, .itates that when the carriages tive men besides. himself ho would have given side of Le"1s. prairies, aid being determined with their lives, and that thesewill awaken a.
: n 'v:.us llwy) pioosed in their ponession. )raw, i abandoned, them warm to find whether it proper sympathy In 'their behalf. The actors
; i were ; was laying down in the: bol a reception., They coati ued around -- -- was n an--- -Indian------ rnmn--... nr-. .ftft... -
.. hoTTcvct were in a slate to benefit by this'per.misslon. { torn broad of'i marched in that direction when within few and actresses .
I i of the ono ,ho was in-that the Indians the house until day light some a are no ordinary periornwrs. I

",: '\ roj-Ai-ordiminoa. There fcnraediatdy.suspended..a tun upon the bank, but pay.a ,. came up and threw out the dead body of Miller; them even after that tjJd hundred hungup yards and ho saw a ,beet the recently killed, They have all acquired much celebrity at the
I immediately Indians
'r ': mint until further orders. To relieve, the public and then beckoned; him out-and' that whilst III was about eleven o'clock, a., .CoL yell, which Sanderson ,returned, giving gave them the North and West where they have performed. .

i '.} mind, a city clock was created. of twenty five they, were plundering the wagons, b? was ena GATES and the volunteers arrived at Mr.Jenckes volley from his command at the same time they a The farce of tho Srcrrt js very Interesting and ::
;,; .. indlioas, bearing an interest of two and a [half blvdo effect bis learning charged the hammock but those that will worth
i escape. plantation, npd on of his safety: immediately finding the Indians. go hear a secret, well
;: cent, for which bank notes were taken in''
per !: Whilst the Indians thus started of the fire rather lob severe, he attempted to gain their
i f:'' rebane. The hainotea thus withd/awn were engaged in rifling in pursuit Indians.' Supposing point of the hammock a money.

" .. from urculatiun, were publicly burnt before m and plundering,, a waggon in the U. S. serVice they would break up Palmci and Ferris' j i I r whence bu fire would a tew'yard.take distant from

> ?hi IlotcJ do Ville. The pu blic.however, had,k* approached from town, in which were settlement, that place was visited, but the Indians the a e.ny, but poor fellow, he better shot effect'with 'A short time'ago it was reported that Tbomai

y c "nfidenc in every thing and every body.j;i ands ]'Aicsars.l'rancis Mcdices, Nelson Biiford, and F. bad not been_ there, and those gentlemen 'before reached it Eleven of was his nn downbe" have Douglas,Esq, bad resigned as a DircctoroCtfac.Ureand .
if pectod frattJ,and cof union in those who,pre. reached this Trust Bank. As we have seen aoth-
Ball, Anti was driven- by were receive I place alive, all in
j a n gro man.: Buford well prepared to then coming separate
tnded burn bills.: :
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general confusion now took place in ths fie states that on discovering the Indians,, he was It was supposed that the Mandar n settlement CoL Riley.found. the ire suppose report r
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uncial tvnrJd. Fnmilics: who had I lived; Jniopu.: driving, nn.l attempted to turn his team, but (uil.I would be the next object of attack, I ut we learn battle-ground. were men the public .
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., Notice.batiuj 14ork. Goods. such sue the '
iw'trkna in defendant defendntilaar beiaken
l pect ag thispopcrtamanjmfgbtb : JACKSOMVXUE, ,May, 1840. r i fiE tutCiiber.; : taken'outleRcMof Adminlf .: A V .tt Y hat jUII rwenrecehmg and committed to prison or until said Gne and *
v zxnatter laughter;,' ,Jacksonville has bcrcased ir ijou with the M ill annexed I.\-\c per be ,ad costs shall
>cry much since I the < Cornelia and itorba , to.,wKone of utter 4 gut We know .of no last.saw it,,'five years since.. The,town isregu.larly'laid tale of ENUY FtUHls. bin of St.JJbu, contdece /, site ntsortmen: STAPLE AND FANCY DRY nV order i.F,elxatjf Mayo_ and Alderm.o r wecution. ..
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character than be who isa ed, reioaiijniaan<>ria leti"d.ire requested GOODS well a"l.i-trd| to the e'aua. m.rl..lt..nd the amo.ni of thejad mcbl .
gr* doptea ., pol.ftfefeffjoftiif i,,1 but in,squares, at ..right angles;wide to owe forward and make payment and French Thibet Cloth. and Cfashmerett, for Men's levied and made **''.aDd Chalt.rl, of may the da.b.. -
: .ttke of:retaining some petty of. i streets, lOt 60. feet,. neat houses two stories j f tho* who,hare rJalmUlllalt .:lId Estate, will pre Summer, Wear,, ftrtdani or defendantus in other canes. .

,jW.be holds uader, GoTCTDBient, and who be. high, and trees the"Pride of India "oak and the sent them duly proved ,within the liiao prescribed .White an j,Brown Linen-Drillings" Bee.' !. C.'it furtlaer ordained."bu hernu.r'O-\
I bjr lawor tbty "iflbe forever barrad. Crape CauiteU,;Iii>h Linens, license .ban be .uid to ant'person -
;tfrieto:the jfeawiVhh breathless anxiety, watch' magnolia, planted1andr oi:persona (or
1 .are flouish before ,lho HESTER FERRIS, Bleaches! and Brown Cottons. the retailing of any Tmona, 'p.ritlfoUf.malt. or otbeiintoxicating 0
: .t leeway ,laailtoaee who i irixgs uppermost : houses of the residents furnishing beauty and Adnimut/atrix the will .nnesed. Silk Umbrellas and Parasols, liquors,iD a lou qua,,, ', than one qaat. ,
,0d then raiding loud bosanoas' to him who tri.nJBf&s I shade. .There Is some taste exhibited in the May 28; -8w Calf and Gaiter Boots & 'Shoes., afomaid, aaleae b., abe, or I U .f rood moral .
<* character and sb Jl bodlf
.4 DMINIS'tKATUUS SALE.-Will be oM lit IJmierllin'd Glute, have given ;"hi It least
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; Such-poor; puerile.lick-splttlcs are,_of reclion of their buildings,' and the :wide streets .t. the residence fflCKEBUD RAULLlSOff.o Military Clutbs anJ triirmiiic. food and ,ulitient eecarilie..10 b. ppruytd byths

ill &n Dfa1s. the;most,troublesome to a portj- and,large lots, show that taste; to ad vantage. the second Saturday in July next; in Columbia Perfumery and Fancy aitlcl: ,; and every thing said Council in the penal Mm ov.LlNam4 dollars -

'1 With perfect recklessness at to cbaracter, honeityr There is considerable 'business county, a .toek'"rCa'd.betwceD fifty and one hundred may be fuunil .b.t'l. necesiary and desirable. conditioned for the keeping et.deaD, and t orderly l..
dons h r.- Dead-told a* the 'James T. Hooker May 7, Ie40. house or shop and that the persu .pe,,..pJ ,
, or principleJoey; are,ready to receive, the Steamboats :arrive up; and down to and from deceased.- property the aame shall be of food Debaviw. aol faHb/i,.H> :

obfidencc of"all,and, betray, Jos soon as recei.red. Black Creek,'and'various,landings on'the river. Terms-Will be credit.till ike first day of January I JYolice. ; support and observe the orduiances of$ Aid tit,.whicb',
next 0IX week fier dot te I will apply to the lion. the are now or may hereafter be of force therein ittvtx 'I
Some men' will sell their souls, to the d-1, .1. have met many of pur old St. Augustine eltrr.sndate.gmiig uote nub'approved XVil. H ecorh HOOKER.on inter I CT Judge of the County Court of Si. Johns county the coutaouauce of said license.: ,

"o likefc for a, 'mere mess,of!pottage ; and,we friends, among whom principally I' have spent ,Adminwtrator. or letters of aJmini lration on the estites nt JOSE JU. See. 3. Be it further ordained. That whets anT '

not the situation .station of time. Hamilton Connty. lIa121.'ISJO. 61 UG4RTg MARY. UGdRTEn4 CLORIND person or persons shall desire to obtiin Hernaefor
10'7 or feelings my ,1any'have' been the inquiries aboutSt. I L. MORENOdfJltea..d. the, purpose last afoiesaid abalt be .

Ua*'who, for/the/ 'paltry'office of a.UnltedStatca .A.,and tho tender regards and enquiries af. J8ol"tIoH Or to.Partnerskp.ru I May 7, 1840 R. D FONTANR. biu. her.'.r them la address the City Council necessnry!.writ for i

.- 4 Jfcribdl, M ready, not only to pell.his indcpend. ter their associates, in the days of former II E Co-partaerahip heretofore existing under for Sale. tug,naming the jureUes' wbirh such per >* er person- ;,
years. the arm at 1 Ir L. 4XIJREU. i. thi day to give, and the (oeafro, ,
e- act with) the basest bypocrUy and in. I am'much pleased \yith the, ,people here.- ditielrtd by: mutual content. Persons indebted to C EILTAIN tracts of land in' Florida and one in in propose which he,she, or thjy propose eTlbv b eoaMn fieur 9e ba shop.

.tltu'd ,Let ,any 'man reed the St. Joseph Except a few turbulent.spirits, such as are to be ,the Mi4 firm. will please make immediate payment Augustine Georgia.indlota.otronnI the of in Ihe city of St. ness, under such license, and to aceomJaa1l1aeir ap.

'.._.r.t and .tell what party it belongs to. Jt found.In almost." evcrv- '.'. _,community_nnn they--I an-__,nu,_!_.-, of otherwise a moffutrate tbeir, for aceonnu collection.will be placed in. the bands de Fouf ere property-' follow the heirs of the late Marquis pliei'lI white I\D.inhrbitasrt.fthe with a cartific-te Mijbfeothood.f ac least'su mpeetable> -

"JTirtjSdijto; : wppoff Mr"VanBdrcni yet 'abases et and pcacablcj*'tl', have been-receired with I "1. Six tnousand acres ou Black,Creek. which Uw
.4/-- ,. -"'" .' ; r.ANDREu. ,. 2..Six U.ol.laarChcr ludiao aid booM or shop it situated, that aLe person er persona :
,J&friVnd*.supporters,ao4 rotasorcs Jit pretends true Southern hospitality! more ,as an old, ac ".. LANDREU'JOT1CETie ," ::3.,An'Otang Grave,on catted Marine Rfver.: 1 ?:"' thn ch.ncte.bd.,appljinf for anch Kcvtnmoral of'.. ; .' '

,to be opposed to Gco Harraoq yet lends, its: qualntaace htln as stranger.. .i 4. Ditto do. Del *plne. \ I S I'A I.' lug of such liceiue will that eoadece in tbtiIOprlii to tMcu'nst.qi u'l joiaM oV _. ,. .
tb 4;
,support Werery.I important Whig measure. It At present there is ;considerable excitement : Tailoring'.tuiness will be cbn 4.. A bun C'lute' : Street,. t g- : "cW,-fuiy n ; -
2
.L ducted in future by the IlIb.cr.btrr. and he solicits 6. lou, J.& 2 MiVinJa .j P.o y .., .
euU right and!left at the Administration papers, here,and for -truly just cause. On Saturday, a share of public patronage. 7. A PlaiiMtionat Tnmoka. i\.0- person or retail personawoo piayobtain Jrvnnr! .jUbre>c '
\ such
w a means, of:proving its devotion to the Ad.iDiriistratka. night,last a tragedy was enacted of no common AJ.'II1.IS40., 50 3.w. TVANDREU. 8. Two hindred and fortyseven acres and a half.on said intoxicating to any cJeiu '.Tiootw.(net shall apii tach itaou liceiMe-ajittbor. malt,or other ,

If these observations are :Jrue. order involving the life of two citizens; who fell the fair AI maha. County Richmond fieergia. ixe him 'or them to do so Via any'other boose or .bop'
NOTICE.
; A and legal title, by a regular deed of '
e&nd'wbo that roads the Times, can ,doubt victims to the baneful, foolish practice of car. SIX weeks after date 1 ,will apply) to the Hon. ance,for 4ny of the above tracts or'otserrand.convey br the the than said the C.uneitendors.d one of na dtscnbed without said Keen tJae esesrt. vi"

Irt-then surely its editor must be either a 'typo :rying secret arms-and the light estimation in *1 of tbe County Court of Columbia County subscriber who bits beiii-duly authorized by anexprena See. 4 Be .it.further ordiined upon That *all*. Ieuasee: i
which those in this habit for letters of administration 'on the eeUie of KOKL power of,atturoey.' (two the heiis of tlie Marquis shall be timed the saH ..
knive by
knit Our are the life Miror, ah4 alltslrefb"
9 ,or anatt. personal respect holding Je the
RA
Fwugeres. to tll all tbe
ULERSON'late tit said county dec. above'parcela cf land, Clerk of the said
/or the man and the station be holds, as well astchsrjty of his (fellow.being.. For an l insult! pretended or Columbia Co.. Fa.. May 14, 18.13. On application to him; the fair and legal titles to the the first day of January Council the an'd firatday shall tiLe wf effect from '

,forbids our classifying him under either imaginaryco isttng only of ic0nbur to,be Dwelling,House to let. same may be seen dlioraepfor: JOHN the hdrs RODMAN IA.-' continue force >rtw..lre months,then nexteuauin July ait?
" tf the Jut cognomens,'and we must therefore the forfeit at the will oif the turbulent.. We have .' and commodious two story flu USE,cor- Jf ra.i>dt Fnimi of .d<, and license no longer retail-and the !noo or persons obtaining .
a to vinouj
put bin down under the first ; we speak of him a severe law on the subject, but the misfortune Is ANEW St. Georgo and Cradle Street. ..Possesion -, April 28, 181(). 474w.ALL liquors aa aforesaid any, shall ,sptritHuu thtrefvr.utatt,er other
pay the.tam er
S how politically. We warn: the Administration to that public opinion is not yet strong enough to May given 22.1 immediately.' 40. Enquire I.of W.the AVEUY.,subscriber /Ybtic/ twenty dollars,sod for license .to keep snJ me a

beware of such friends; they are' wolves in enforce' persons iugclaims-or. or. demands against Billiard Uble or Nine Pin' Alley, the person or persons '
be sold! on Wednesday next on ihe-pre- Esatethe late MARQUIS DE FOUGERES ', obtaining it, shall pay the urn of}wenty dais.
.8"J sbeeps clothing, and the moment they think the Last week a quarrel occurred from a trivial WILL ., between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock deceweil, are hereby notified to present the rnd, for a !license to keep and use a earti dray* or anr,

prospects' of Gen. Harrison any way fair, that cause,and words produced words, until .one.really A. M.. TWO Ltflof Ground in St. Augustine aame to uieehtbeulicaiad according to law within two' other earriace, aa aforesaid the person or persons ot' .
r moment they will I denounce the AdministratIon concerned lost his life and another who was belonging to tbe Estate of FRANCIS ARK U, Sen., years Trdm this date otherwise they will be barred taming it. shall pay the sn order of the interested wit or Mid eitf, together with fee of t
dollar
' dec.,by parties ,to t brJimitation; end all persons due the said estate,will two ,for tllft
as they have its friends. and measures, in curses not directly interested,as is said, was also usher. \1-One lot in St. George street 16 varas front N please come forward and make without do grit roeuiioned license,
I loud and.deep -we,warn the Administration not cd into eternity. ,On'Saturday'night the tragedy and 8., and 40 varat E. and W., adjoining 3.by property lay. FRANCIS CUE payment AdaCroftht other description of Ikvnse above provided for to bit

",to trust them,with confidence or office i not with occurred. A man named John Yeomans, and -One of Ue lot Burgas.frouting-oh the, same streei.-nIeasuri'ng/y May 7, 184D., Eiiittlati. Afar I d. FD.'erU, du.'. for paid hi.to trohble the Clerk in preparing of said Council the same.rs a com 'DI&ti1I. '

'\1. the ;former, because they will betray it-not his uncle Solomon Hut:ham were killed by three .10 vans N. and d. and 21) varas. E.au W., adjoining \ 8ec.7._ Be it further ordained That if any:per*'ner

\: with the latter, because they only pretend friendship men-H. Bryant" and I Dean Bryant brothers N. by Peter Fnsba. person so licensed to retail nioou*. .pintuoux
I Condition-Cash. Purrhasera to pay J expanses hereby given,that 1 forbid any person purchasing malt or other intoxicating liquors,.as auresaidibat ,
," I to retain it. The St.Joseph Times, In'an and a yongjnan named McMaulin _Yeomans of necessary papeia., CiiARLES 1ZOBIOU.Auctionetr.. IS or trading fur any property, real or personal', permit any flare or slaves to lounge or remain in.or

:r Article headed M The,Floridian" says speaking was first shot with. gun stabbed with a bowie belbngingtothe MARQUIS DE FOUllERES. about his,her or their premises, for the purpose o( ,
. pi the May 2V 50- deceased situated in Florida and Georgi Tbis no. toppling, or to remnin there (or any other pnrpos.
the Floridian the and
suppon Metropolis kniffi and afterwards received
__ the contents of unlesa .
. ] a tice is given in consequence of John Hodman Esq.. lawfully employed, or shall Mil er give to such
'. the Herald have given the Administration : pistul; nineteen wounds were upon his body AN ORDINANCE IN RELATION TO THE of this city batiiig advertised to sell, as attorney slaves any such liquors,or permit such slate or slar.it

,f4 \Vo' crc proud.os an American citizen that and vet be lincered until about 8 o'clock last. MARKET:AND CLEUK OF THE MARKET. for the heirs of tbe Marquis de Fougeres, deceased" to drink any such liquors In or about his. her, 01 their .
t
.; JRJC&examples or degeneracy are rare- that the' -- : Is. it errfoiastfijlJU Mayor und Aid,.. of tin Lily the folluVving property to wit premises the party so offending shall forfeit and pa*,
,. Watkinglnn MtlropoliJJ.bc & I evening when he died. Hufham died almost in. of Saint AvgUit Tout no poison or persons J. 3ix thousand acres of land on Black Crsck. for the use of said city the sum of five dollars, arid
\I.t the Fkridia the Avgutrinc UeraUtand slantly. It is an instance ofhorrid butchery.; shall sell or offer Or sale in this city at anyplace 2.. Sixtbouiand acres on Indian River.; shall moreover be liable to hare bis,her. or thai I license
are only craven [prints ,: other than the Market' the fresh meat of any 3.' Au 0 anto Grave called Marine', 5 ,revoked add any slave or elate so found remaining
that have exhibited such abject meanness. The i Yeomans was shot when his back was turned.I beef,goat bog,or sheep or one of,either kind,without 4. Ditto. ,' do. Dele.pine"1!I. S S ." ''QOniu,. tippling or drinking as aforesaid.'

Press the standard of liberty, and every' hon. ,will'not say.any thing to prejudice tho case oftheculpritsa the same has, been first exposed fur Sale in the 5. A lot in Charles street, f S* > mar be taken up. and (on conviction ibere>f) plllli.ed .,-
arable man must regret'that its broad folds are : jury of i their will decide Market fur tbe space of one hour; and no person or 6. 2lou, I l&23liraidi. J ? PJi'otlce. by whipping on hU or her bare back*tot exceediiig
: dimmed and bespattered by'these filthy shoc.." country persons shall sell or offer for raje soy i>f tach meat in '7. A pl nUti<&!i at Tnmoka.B. .: : thirty nine stripea. Provided,however,,that the,!'''.
Th:: is something in this ,remark characterof the degree of crime, and whether they.are guilty either of tbe' months of,April, May June.July, August Two huudrod and forty seven acres and a half isbivent aforeMid may be commuted ins tbe yuirok., '
I I or not. Every effort ,was ,immediately used to September,or October in each audevety year, oujhe'Altahama. county of Richmond in Georgia. by the mailer owner.employer or overseer of . !. bt5c the Times. It is well known that the criminals and taken unless the same shall have been slaughtered since five ,!" '" |aau ,,ani) profit of the real, as well as slave or slates,of such sao of money fUll exceeding
Jf 1 rgtaa Metmfolit baa 'been discontinued, apprehend they were o'cSuck'iu' the afternoon of the day last p_i **** .'- -1"* ibve to be applied to the dir five dollar. nor less than one dollar eai-b.as aid Ma>* ,

,. .od its c4Uor returned, to Florida that therefore and brought to town yesterday. They are aboutto that upon wbicu it i. brought into the mar?'- ...presented to me as the or may deem reasonable, together with the Costa <>fprosecution.
,; ; be examined-M'Maulin and Dean y .ta.renotoverl8or2oyearsofage. & .,2..That the flesh of any animal at Etniof the Estate of tbewoyears !., "
.," $at print cannot answer for itself. Every one ,: of i its kiud brougbt into the market;aha ,_ _ -,; (rein"dUe .Sec.,6. Be it/uirtKer,ordained-That if. V/re :..' ./
who sees thi j,attack. upon the Metropolis will, wbol8"or"lQ" aners. and shall'remaininspected torpoueuronbyaforesaid. ] negro, mulatto,nr other person or enter shall tonn ein ." 1it'," -
k
It is a happy circumstance, at least so consid- by His Clerk of.the Market at_ y wilt be or about any honsevor shop when vinous,sptnt"* ,. ,
without prompting, have suggested to his mind and the undressint hide, .ki*'i... ons, malt or other intoxicating liquors'may be reuifert' ,'
dcrcd by the People bere, that none of the criminals of every bog, on they may appoint,II '
the fable of the ass kicking the dead lion-most of'every,other animal afuresai shall remain up ell as personal property mal.yt. as aforesaid for fhe" purpose of tipping! er abatE' .
brave .and magnanimous "Times" toofhall are resident Two of them are natives during market hours ; and the vendor ,or owner be sold by me to satisfy 'the debts against the remain in or about such'u. or shop r.any ub;
-you Maine, and tho third has been brought shall pay to the Clerk of the Market rifty cents for said estate before. the. termination of my aamiuistra purpose unlesa Uwfallf employe,h.. ,.o. lblll
have presented you n petticoat by the ladies each beef thirty-seven and a half cents for each calf torsbip. FRANCIS CUE Adm'r. shall be .liable to arrest and pniuabmeiit 6y wbippiii.not .
: fur your courage up in Middle Florida; where, until recently,thebowie or bog.and lwenty, ive eenu for each goat or sheep. May 7, 18010. exceedipg thirty nine Impel. Provide t, h-."..,. '
. knife system has been much in vogue.- $ec. 3. That any person or persons who shall sell that said punishment maybe cemaiuted ou the pay
tainted unsound or meat I TilE Subscriber returning my thanks to the mint of the party convicted, of such sum i.f muu.). .
sale, '
As an act of justice to the, citizens of Jackson. or otTer< lor any poor
Public
Post.Muter General.The for the liberal received '
for the
turtle stale or wholsome very patronage use of said city exceeding ten dollar, naf
ville and perhaps to ihs'wbole South this oughtto fowl game,fish,or or any froui them,inform them that ill health compels me to len than follar
Hon. Amos Kendall bill resigned his of. fruit vegetable or'other article 'of provision, after two< as to said Mayor may seem just
.Hce of Post: Muter General., It will be rccol. be perfectly understood.. They have been a. having been warned by the Clerk of the Market not leave the city in k few days,and that I have duly ap and proper together with all costs of prosecuu.'neo.7. 4"
.. the said Clerk shall ,forthwith call I pointed C. BOYE. Eta my attorney. AH persona $ B* further ordained.That if ant poison
levied that when.Mr. Kendall succeeded Major bout here for the last six weeks, and were about ao iireffei citizens or to Mil.examine the same with him, and according having any claims against me, vail please band bean or p.nonuhaU. be found lying in.any .It. lane,or :

Barry the affairs of this Department were in leaving when the unhhppy circumstances Occur. two to their judgment shall allow the sale there immediately S and all persons indebted to me will cither public place in this city in'estate lit iutuxio-,
please mike payment to Mr. Boye until the first of lion such pehoD or shall beoVteui.4 public .
;
.I ,: :A miserable condition, and the office greatly in red.. of to Ipr .eed. or cause the same at the to be taken away of the June next as suit will be commenced against all persons aDu.nce.lnd be persons liable to b* taken lit the ee.i.-

debt. To extricate it from these difficulties.Mr. .- : burnt or otherwise destroyed, expense not having,tatted by that time... mon jail or to"some other convenient ana. safe place 4'

Kendall brought to its aid, in his own person Pardoned*-The President of the U. States has owner.Sec. 4. That no person or persons shall sell or off'er.ror "y7. 184Q.J 484t ,"GOLDSTEIN. until be, .Itft. er they shall become Is.ber, 'aodshal
remitted the residue of the punishment of Wm. kind of dead fowl or at the moreover if a while person be subject to a fine of
sale meat game More lYew Goods.
I .uncommon industry,joined to uncommon business any not less than five doO", and not le.s than iw.niy'dollar
'
McKenzie who was sentenced to eighteen until fifteen minutes after day break,at which
Lyon Market received, and fur sale at the most reduced ,
,or to leas than
tlenthand hrewdn ss.Vitb a keenness monthi for violation of the the market bell shall be JUST imnrisonmeat not one daj.and.
imprisonment neu. time rung.'ec. at tbe City Auction Store,at private sale, not exceeding days i and if. oeiro, mnliiKv fl.. ,
peculiar.to himself he discovered at once the nujnerotis trality law. He had been in prison a little over : S That there shall be a Clerk ol the Market the following Gods : other person. whetlier bond"or free, .
.
frauds, that 'bad been constantly practiccd ten months. At the same time tho tine imposed who stall buld his office during ,the pleasure or the Jaconett, cross-barred Muslins, linen cambric jibed con. 'not less than kU, b. pun-exeeediog
4 upon Van Rcnssaloier for a similar violation ,City Council!, .and shall !receive such salary as !they I Hbdkfs.. nio'qiiito Mualius, silk Hhdkfs.;, Silk for a.die. thirty nine D .
upon the department, and collecting around also remitted. may direct giving bonds in sumaent security tor inc .' dre se*. silk Glove., Hosiery, French and Eng. d. Be it stripes..iDed. That if .
See
was rurtLe any
him .a band of t good and efficient clerks, proper performance of bis duties. He shall every lUh Calicoes bleached and ncbleached Sheetings and or persons shall be guilty of any peI hall
the qualifications of Whom none wu' better Bettor late than never say we, and the Dahi.I morning announce tie opening of market by ringing Shirtings. tHri e.. Plaids, and Checks, French and ing. whooping, or of m.kiDaD1 uoneceMry noise, riot'. .
I
: more Sun. a bell( shall examine tbe weights and Ideuureft.ttle English Menu9', Ribbons, Bonnets,and Hoodswiih or distnrbance, in DOU..a, other pol.
judge than himself he at once set about correct. all disputes arising out tit the _same and see that many articles too numerous to mention. lie place in,said .01.Utt.ln., every person cr offending .
.i Jog the 'US and now that he has brought thedepartment I ihe la,.. or tbe Market duty observed; ,he_shall_ !I May, 13. le O. 1; L. LYON on conviction eab thereof if a white .
.hl D.1
S .
the of the 25th instant Mrs. cleanliness of thmukel shall diligently -
DJEQ-On night attend ibo ; ,
to .
a fine of not less than, five ru>r
to a situation in which it yields a of the orr/ce OF COUNTY CLERK l tt l"f'h.
MAKUNA SOPHIA PIRPALL wife of O. W.' PERrAiU' collect all money ari'ir g to the use twenty dolUrs, or to imprisonment not let thin .

handsome revenue, instead of being an expense, Esq,. aged 50-a native resident of this Ciiy nut of this ordinance and shall pay over the i is!IT.JOIiNS hereby given, that the COUNTY.subscriber has or more than three days, and if a negro.m>itnitn,.ur

he retires from it, finding ,its duties too arduous, city. She is the fifth which this afflicted family same toh.. Treasurer on each regular, day of the NOTICE. elected and qualified Clerk of the other colored person, whether bond or free, be punished ,.
has been called to in the short sitting, of the Board: be shall record in a book kept by whipping, lea ten nor mere tha** .
and laborious for his feeble health. Report say mourn space for the .ethe description color and spot of the Court of the County of tit. Johns according to law, no laD
nine
lashes.
purpo ,
. of 0 be has hi.office hi. in thirty
and Ibat at dwelling
Mr.,Eaton Minister is and years.This hide skin and head of each animal slaughtered. with opened
to Spain to return See 9. Be it further ordained,Thai it any
- Charlotte Sire which he will be all "M
at times
Snst rt.at place
morning the 29th Mr.JOHN HAOAX, brands thereon he sball be under the
.
marks and :
. Kb He has the or or within the of ths* &tvhaving ,:
Kendall to take place. however, iu attendance transact the business of his office. .person persona .Umi
a native Ireland. Mr., H. was the driver of direction ..f the boaid for the management of the | obtained, or who ", ebtaiiia li' .
'jwrnounced that ho has taken till the winter,the the wagon attacked by Indians on Saturdaylast. Marketand its affairs and no person may molest or 28. 0. PETER B. DUMAS. tens t retail vinous,sp iritnoea.way mal or.other *uquors. ,
April
;Editorial department of the, Globe-All whore He escaped, and being unwell the time, interrupt him; or any peisjn uuder hi. direction 18 .to keep a' Billiard lbl or alJw diaurd.r '

8 ever seen Mr. Kendall's writings must laid down and went to sleep in the nun. lie while employed in the discharge ol his doty.Sec. COUNTY COUHT ST. JOHNS COUNTY. 'ly or improper o witbia wherebe .1
was taken on Monday and continued in a. stupor 6. That the Clerk of the Market or other : AT CHAMBERS. .h or tb"lbl keep or have suds pal. "" for ;
aware, that the Globe looses nothing by this until he died., person who may violate, neglect, or refuse comply 4TKRDERED. That E ecllton..Admioi.tratoruad sale ret.i.ounclc Billiard tibleurNixis Fin AIky .* 1
arrangement The office Post-master-Gener- JUl. with any requirement of tine ordinance,shall forfeit U Guardians do render and file in the Clerks Of ,,for a. shall b tawfuiTer the Iao. -i
the sum ..r five dollars fur each.offence one half and Aldermen of tbia city due ibersef
lice of said eoiinty,' full and correct accounts of all estates apoD proof
id has1 teen.ornrcd9! Senator Nilcsof ConnccVjticuUand : .tDIU.1D& u7gTaz thereof to tomplainant the other moiety to the oIwbjeh,'they may severally have controul.on or to take every parson or persons,hi.her er their It* I

.; Gen. Armstrong of Tennessee both of City to be reeovwd with cn ts from,tbe delinquent before the first Monday.m June next, being the&rtl .cense : Provided always tba.b perMB O personsshall
or master of the eklinqnen before an? magistrate, i.. for the have due notice of charge rande against...
, '(whom declined it on account of its dutta being "' Term ibelconntr Court of said county -'" -- _
.
of this Cit
the name of the Corporation & lran .eti"n'ofbqthle" appertaining a Corn of her otl".n an op pot11.answer rtisaT
',too Ai'd, onar. Sec 7. That all oidinances, or parts of ordinances, Ordinary. S.In rure all fines afseseed .
-- to ahis ordinance, shall be and the same a this collection! of which*
repugnant And the Justices of the Peaee.io and for siidVoonty ordif.t
j ::. ;: T" Season. PORT OF:ST.. + va Clsrl..E. are hereby "*"". r.ned, May 19.. I4O are by law, required then and there to be i in attendance not otherwise .pi.Ul for. may collected
f. 1. DANCY Mayor.p in the i is provided fur the collection
same
f bund- for the tramaetien ofconutv business.
:;;',.'so far we have been blessed with an assessed under the first
I .' B. Dimis, Clctk. Given under iny hand at the Court House in the or any fines that may be tec
';)!since of fine refreshing showers which have ,23 Steamboat S.ARRIVED.Matthews, -. Black ..City of SU Aiicwitine. the 23th day of April 1840. lion of this ordinance and finecollected' underthisordinanee !
i been beneficial to vegetation in general und JOSEPH FOLK, '. i:.. B GOULD,Jmfge county Court. '. shall be paid into the city treaeary. "
Creek. See. 11. Be it further ordained Tn.t the 2nd ant
Whul.rfghlll Carriage-Maker, April 23 'St. Johns,County, .
't.. ..nge' trees in particular. The latter are SAILED. ,. prepared tu execute all orders In bh lint of bu- 14th sections of so ordinance la provide (or r.itin.t' .

Driving well,and many promise to yield a nice 29-Sch Stephen & Francis,. ,Magee, Charles- IS sin, ... on the most reasonable terms. Cirri,." 'AN ORDINANCE to regulate the mode of grantingand a revenue let the me of the City erf 8t. Aofnstin %
licences for the or spirituous, and the collection thereof."paeeJ 9tb'ateb.IB3).
retailing
" season ton. and repaired with neatness issuing ,
this We think next of description nude
jcrop of fruit year.. Brig Octavia, Oxx N.York Live Oak. ad every despatch.- vinous, and' otter intoxicating liquors, within the and all other ordinances and parts of ordinance, -
.'we may.say our orange trade which has been a N. B. Gig to hire and for sale. City of St. Augustine,and for other purposes.Be Coming within the purview of this ordinance be awl

'.. "Auspended for more than five years owing to the f 7.1840 it ordained by the Mayor and Alderman of tbe the e ine are hereby r.pealediud this ordinance' shall.
J THEATRE.THIS May City of St. Augustine. That it shall ant be lawful for be in force fiom and after its passage. .
.frost having killed the trees will be again revi. EVENING. will be peiforraed. Shahs JYolice. any person pr persons within tbe limits. .of said city Passed,JuaegSd. 1836. ..

red., Our'fig trees ale loaded abundance and .re.. eleb"led Tragedy d weeks from ihis date I will apply I* the lien. in any manner to sell or otherwise dispose of. for F. WEEDON. Mayor,

ripe ones are already being' hawked about the OTHELLO.Tilt MOUR Mr.VENICE. SIX lodge of the County Court of St. Johns :I purposes o{ gin 'any vinous spiritnous 'malt or -
.
MS County for Utters of AdminUtratton.on the Estate of other intoxicating liquors to any person or persons
,streets for sale. The air has been delightfully r 4..., FELICIA SOif.IMtt
.cool and refreshing, and the health of the city c.si'i", Lyw .Slay! 7, ISlO, B- D- FONT AN E.] quantity thnti one .quart. or to have or keep for reward will 'be paid for th. appre'
while) he has lt derigo'I;; Gerruon.MtnUnn use. any Billiard ..Me, Nine Pin Alley or 'any 1. hessian and delivery 1ft me.or any of my depn*
"very good. Thus Providence; I Hea. JVotice. Cart Dray or other Carnage., for hire or reward. ties; ,at dl.Augustine, of LEWIS Pfl/rO.who made
fcorely afflicted us with.a savage.foc, has show. D-sdemona, >'". ** *.. all having niands. within the limits; of said city without having fiistpb his escape from jail on the 5fd of March UsuPnvo
ered down'blcssings us for wh ch we ought Emelia .i. hbrwood IS hereby aiainst given the to Hstate persons_of the Uu.JJtKJW tained a lie.me therefor from the Council of tid city i about five feet tbiee ft',four twJie. li-H? %
" upon T, conel l..de wiih' the Farce of1 &e., thatth.y do exhibit Ibem.dulrantbentKated. and our pe :,on or pet sons offending against the foregoing dark complexion, speak Spam-h a-i-i. .t>2 tt.c. },. "Mays .
decease.1.
, ib be truly grateful and thankful. THE SECRET PRAGUE of said F-stale within provision, of this ordinance. shall for each and' he)is a .native. .of the,Island '..f + t h i# ..

., < Jf*, L .:';;, h..Dul're.I I ,. '. Mr. Ly!e.VaJere. to the Exeeutors la*., or they mH be finally! every tor! .ff nce, forfeit and pay to the UM or said mother and tltiet re'idin;st 8av .h.<.. ,,..11 .l-,-\
... Gcrn.on.Tborhas. the line prteeribed by city,"ent" dollars, tube recover I by action of debt. place he will nil doubt.try U II''fce h** i- .
saul Tstate:
the head the are re
: base tabIished a post at barred. All those indebted tl)
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COI.JJATU 'J 1 ,: 1pherTP0J, to before the'jUarftrlpflhe city afnreaiid. or any'Justice JUS. > SA.CtlrZMav .
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w : ,.W.OLE 4LG .k.RETA.IIr" I AN OilDIN ANC&to regulate the inoinyofliceolc..'. -5- "" NOTICE. PROSPECTUS FOR THEcongrf.88ionat ,
.w A'ProjstojStore., to Tenders nf tntrctiatitiue. ( TAX COLLECTOti'S SALE Ul' RE.JL EST.j TL Globe and ... Dr. JJ .jeBil t 'ti '"

Be it ordained,ty the Mayof liNt AUtrmt of the fityof. A L4 iitti.i Co UNTYFLORIDL. 0' 5 :table. Ua1ver3a1rftLR -
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B 'did .assortment 'of .rt&Uet'ili. their and ltptIt' St. Amfulime, 'ITial it Lan not be lawful for 'any WHEREAS,- : 3IITCHELL\Eiq.iU\ a djljle dix. TbriTKOi ar.n3ad nTIAUt (_
solicit examine, Jin, pcr oa or persons to! offer ,for' sale. merchauUUe, in tho payment1' according to .law' works have been published by na for aa- tracts,'known by ,1 long expenecee to ba- 5.S
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tereel..d' 'r Sen. pnrcbafera Uodine, u being of the choicest now goods art/I wares of any description wh l.soenr, and of the County Territorial Taxes,; rrs?,ed for tbe a".. There are now more subscribersfor cent and yet of more po whatsoever withiu the limits of this city without hundred and l'e.l'on theiu. than for other published
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description, having been selected In New York 'witlitba in place year one tl-oiisauJ eight !: piobably, any paper serothealimentarycanaUbsuaimy; otAaV_ -
greatest care, for this urke. Out stock consist, 1 1ftpafttaz having fir $ ubtained a jiccnse'. therefor,;which I'ccensfl land claimed an-i'returned by the said rein Mitchell, in the United States ;certainly! more than there are for Their effect on the system is so eas thi*??

.- : shill be for one year, and for only one, place, .. situated in tb, 'Coanty of Alachua .aforesaid aid any other paper published in this District. This large markable fact that the same may b*frfeatei t- .

4 nhEAS-Hyron Skin, Yon and Old Hyson, and not transferable and shill' ba signed by the Clerk whereas,' tbe sail Peter Mitchell Ins u* rods' and aud increasing subscription, ,conchuiveairidenc8; or adult witbont.the possibility of,'dob****
JL 8oochon.in: paperIniperul; ,Gu pewder.&c. of tbo Council, ari.l'.hill fake effect (torn the first d3Y chattels in. slid codnjv ll'OIivhieb'dUurl r can be of their "nsefiilness. They invaluable tb all (who bat on the conti ary l od., Therefore.ha )

. SLJG1RS-LOs1& Lamp, ernhed. Porto Rico, of April next, no dejection: being mndo in the amount made :' S fee' an interest in the proceedi of Congress. .No either bAlituaForotherwise, audi """' .

Stl Cruil, WhHe and Brown Havana. New Orleans to be paid fur the licensa for intfrvening time between Now, Notice.is hereby given;that I.mare CAATCR other publif ation girta them BO full nor half so cheap.It all billions affections,' they';qfth CiJ' ; .

ElOLASSES-Wew Orleans,>Trinidad, Craii, the sail first day of April and tba data at which inch Tax Collector in and fur tho Corihty of Alachua in I is, indeed, the cheapest publication in the United benefit. 5 5 M.'aJ
:. fiatar lloosa and Syrup. *. :: license is iwueJ. Ami. f or every Lccnse to vend rnerchandi the Territory>f Florida; wiil oiporw 'to public sale at Sutes-perhaps in the 'world. Our position at the oJ. B1JncreaJUJ&.tb.dOMlamcJeadrU 5 u_ 'r

: !COFrE -Old Goremmeni Jars, Rie. St. Do- 'e, goods an' wares, twice dottar shall be paid :. the Court House inlaid county, sis month after the leir or.Gowerument enables us to print them at so low more powerfully'to .effect the who.Cia. -.

-/. mJngo.and Lagnira,'green do. for the run of the city;togetheriui a fun of. one dollar data hereof to,,wit : on the,6th d.\r,or Jul.intb4"Yrar a rate ,We are compelled to publish the proceedingsof largest dose(CaIomaV-and Jet in.rt* .:.. "

'J'O.U\CC'o-Ca'Yeo4ilb. Ping, and fine cut chewing (or every license toned by the: s'jid Clerk one:thousand eiaht hundred and forty all the Congress in detail for our daily paper. This done, ter the effect is ovarj no debility wl.ateve*is_,

of Mrs Millers, Chapman b rgeant's. and A. See. 2. Any person or persons offering for, sale riftbt);lIe and interest of the said Peter Mitchell of' it require comparatively small additional expense ced, Instead of causing weakness,tba Jxtdj iJIer .
merchanJT.?.jooJj and warqs'uiihoul Crt oLuiuinga in" and to thousand ix hundred and fifty acres the form of the .Congressional .
:y CuapbeU's Mannftctore ; ttnuffand Cigars qbe: suty I to change them to : and could bear more fatigue after they"fen '
fintatnn&Iitv 'I tif cuse for the Mine, lutl ba liablo to a fine of dew bf Land : of which 15,1W acres are returned" as ,first- Globe and Appendix. If it were not for these circumstances used. Where the Braudr th Pi11Iai.! k. *' t :

, : --:OKves,'Capers, Olive Oil Sweet Oil. Rice Indigo; bid UiO amount ofsaid. license required be collect* rate ; 15,103 acres second rate ; and 30.323 acres.third ,rwa could.not publish them furfour times tie is not used.As 1 .-'

;: I Dluei ". Ground Pepper Alsipcr, Cloves 'auaCinnanton ed as other fines and forfeitures are collected, aud be rate quality j the i mi-being an uadi Tiled part.and sum charged. In some parts'of the Un ited States the a'purifier of the Hood, they are' tt.- '. ,

.' ,in 4'and | Ib papers nevertheless Table for the ioid: annum of I Ibo license. I! prrcelnI that large\ract. of land known as hell Arre- white paper, upon which'these works are fpiiuted, in'al1. cutaneous disease*; from' whaievrnr carcMtifecansa

it,. I ,Cloves. 14.llIIec.in; l-mento. Salterttnn; .Passed- -- J!lib aiarch! ,: 1840.S dondu Grant," which said Grant contain tvjro hundred would sell.foe ru niuch' as we charge fur,the pubficaTba S
" 1 "' ,Cayenne Pepper Peppr Sauce.Atom, Capperaf '. ,L. DA.NCY. Mayor and eighty niuo thousand acre,of and. more or Iras, li ns. BO care 5-is rcquiieiwhen- -- n Iri rhctaud Sit
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; Iii Shot Flints, Percussion Caps,"Poweer, Ulaikine) Test, P B.. Uvs.; Clerk of the COllncI.; situated in'Alachna couujy.and: through part of whichthe a approaching tenion of Cangres*will probablycontiniieseveu drink what you pteue, and have no fior (t

> Pipes, Mats, ROD*; Ficlt Sem-Flies, and lleokf; AN OUDINA.NCE laying adutiuplD goods Orange Lake Creek runs; bounded on the north'bypublic months;aol immediately precedes 'cold,waterrtba body i positively! .fesa Easfe ,
Bboasnd 110M Brashes Candle Wick wares land on the east by.pllblic lands,. and on the all. political
. Chalk. ; rcband'ue, and effects sold by Auctioneer. : ; the Presidential election prominent after thau'beore a dose Those humors being
, '.,' Coflea Mills, Ink Black Band, Wafers,,U nipping Be it ordumrd tg Uu:Mayor and AMcrme*.f At City west by public land; the centra of which Grant nnestiont,which ditide the.country will no doubt be ed bj the Pill, which causea colds and eu 0
:' Twins, White Bar, Variegated to 8al..'IIId Shaving of t. Angtuti, That all goods, wares, merchandise. call* for.the Big Alachna or all the right title, and fully di.seusscd.Those considerations induce na tobelieve whicb,by ineumbermg"the blood, prevent its

r. Soap hull ft Son's Patent CandlesLamp; Oil, I. and ,eff cu whatsoever which shall at time hero- interest of the raid Peter Mitchell in so much thereof that the COSGu". su. GLOBE will make fir. ih m. LInt mm the Pills raniova all inenmbtw

' LlQUQR3- Otard, Sijnelte and Freach Btandy: after be" fold at public auction in this any city, shall beubkct as shall be sufficient to pay and satUfy the mount of hundred.' and ths'-ArnDri,' between. ..six and seven, I the blood,their..reCtl in'IhJapsrtienlar- ,Is.s '
Holland and..American Gin St. Croix and taxes due from the laid Peter Mitchell.together with '
Cherry
"* L ; to a duty of one.dollar for ass kmdnd hundred royal quarto ps e. .' They may ba taken at anv time ttot bodymedcine.
'.1- ", ,. Rnim. ? 1 dollar of 'the lue'at which the same every stall be sold. all cost!and charges'arising thereon ; to be be sold in The CosaatsaiosAf, GLOBK is made jap of tkedai'y .either before or after meals, 'wrieii... '.J

-I ,, t1 0 WINES-Porl.'EberTT.;Madeira, Mn* t,'M.Uga,' Sec2.; Eye*T lu ctioueer1il thi. c l11haIJ q laite I .lol"of fity acres S ctchorIesa SS AI the mw direct,. proceedings of the two bouses'of Jongrens, and the homo, without any i.ocou'renieneebeiog ezp*, '
'Sal8Oll Doitled Wines of differetrt kinds Champagoa I Viz the of Ji of JESSE speeches of the members condensed. The'yeas and m.alinaotdWaue I,
:en 1st day unary. ApriL of July and S CARTER.County. And a certainty that no en ;
of ftl'ioai raedt1 London Brown Stout and American 'TnColUUor for on all important subjects are i.Yen. It U pab- '
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of October, in each and every year, ,make written nays whil thera" used. Thuse.tabIishIngh: '
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1' wnansvile! November leJ39.HEREAS -
.". : Ported return of the amount or,sales, and ,pay to thy City ; 23th I liihed weekly, with,mall t: pe, in sixteen royal quarto we have only to usa those remedies which'' Pu "

''it. Treasurer the amount of cotmuiatitm accrued to the -W- the Aucsior of Taxes n and furS pages. the blood, to be free from ALL diseases., i,beilti.;. .'j r
S RAISINS--Dtl: eh'arid Blooir, in whole,, and' i City on inch socs.pec the/ County of -\Iachn in the"Territory'or The ArrxHDix contains the'speeches of the members a well known fact, that every disease,whether ita 5 t'1'l1.

S .and Keg. X If any auctioneer shall'c neglect or refuse te Florida has returned 202loaacres' orrand by the at full length*written ,out:by,themselves,and is the brain or meanest member;" whether ".'' "'

t 0 ,Figs,Citron,English:Currants, Cranberries,' render bis.account or pay the money due by him to name of the Arredondo Grant, subject td Taxation, printed in the same form as the Congressional Globe.It ward nicer or.aninward abcess,.are all. tho... '.

Ii k Mace Carroway/EnrTwh Mustard ; the City Tor duties; ,.he.shall forfeit and pay. for the use and whereas, the claimants, thereof, to wit: the heirs' is published as fast as the speeches' can be prepared. from many canses.reducible to_one graod effort, :
II ', S ''Pa Nuts, 'Filberts; 80.1.and( Paper. Shelled 1 Almonds bC the City, lrecal'fiN dollar fur every such offence, and certain assigns of Atredondo, not haling givenin Usually there ara more numbers punted fur a session ylmpurtt1.ofblood : f'

I.; Oranges and Lemons. to be collected! as other fines and forfeitures are cole! a list cf their taxable property in said'coonty, ac than there are weeks in it. In consequence of the pleatantnea* of tbeif, 0.-:1 ,,i L

' ro' _' Provisions. ted, and be nevertheless liable frr.lha amount of du cording l law they have become liable to pay double Each of these.works is complete in itself. But it isdesirable'for lion, they are universally used i in every section "_ .{ _

J. -Nosi.:'I,'t and.3 Mackerel!, ;in wiiMa! and ties accrued to the city. taxes fur the year one thousand eixht hundred and I every subscriber have both ; because ifl wide extended counry,wbero they are mad Vnisxac, 'r l
:. : FISH barrets. ;Herring Kegs, Herring boxes;. Sec. 4.; AU articles sent or entrusted to an auction thirty-nine ; aud.. whereas. the Aid ta are"de {t there" should be, any ambiguity in the ,synopsis of and are fast 'snpefcedin every other prepiraimslprnfeisedsimifar ;' -

.. ,p'' Pork, Hanis.'Smoked Beef Shoulders 'set, lor sale and by him sold whether at auction or linquent the pt1a.eUl..or lha'taxe. d thereon speech in the Oongies>ional Globe., or any denial of import. ,Upwards omourensand tftoaV $5
SL for the saulycar:and have J oodi .,ia j fit. :.corrrctnesV it ,be removed at_once..by referring
k Sounds and Tongoei, Butter', Lard? private stile fhntl be,liable to the duty aforesaid; ( 'aiOl'fl may cases have been certified as cured solely/roauhssr v
.Soda'Batter. Sugar Milk$ 'and Utica Crackers*,; Sec.5. .All goo.... w&renierchiindbe.and effects, said county upon which distress.can eJo satbfy to Ihe speech in Appendix., use, since the. introduction of them into the J,:

''Fine.and coarse Salt, flour, &c &Q". S declared 'rf'' of duty.by statute o( thiI1'erritorr, are aid taxes t. (I Indexes to both are sent.to subscriber as soon .aaitbey States, thus ,establishing the fet, beyond ..n'j-j!
Hardware. hereby declared free from "lie duty imposed by this Now, Natica is hereby, given, that I : CAKTKR, can be i prepared- after the adjournment of Con- that the Brandrtth'Pilla cure the(apparently nwataM .- -

Shovels, Axes, Broad Locks, < ordinance. Passed 11 Hi March I84D. T.x Collector in and (or the County o'l\laebua'in "reu. posited seasea by the one simple act ..of co ,
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SPADES. the of Florida will to public sale! ,t tII TERMS. .
F. L. DANCY. Msyor. 'l'errihr1 expose \
t' Fsncett's Hinges-Rules! Latches, evacuating the bowels with theoi until tbediteasf
in said six months after the | For of the Congressional Globa $1OnecopycfthoAppendix $**:. ;
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the Court House
Teat, P. D DOMAS, Clerk of the Council, County, copy '
S Spoons, Flab Hooks Bar Lead, Gsrden Hoes* Castors date wit'ontbe'61b of July, in ,the, $1 way therefore. .whateyer,may be said of tha xaaa fi
i' herf'of.to day
Gimblets Shoe Knives, Curry Comb., &. &e. S works will be tbe UTILITY of. the nucric uloew/ sa-ygsi, '
; t J\"otirc. year one thousand eight hundred and foi'ty. the said 1 Six copies of either of the above sert .

S Also, an assortment, .., Land Office at St. Augusthe. I;. F. ? 02,193 acres or Land claimed by the heirs and certain for 35, twelve copies for 910 and a proportionate DOCBT.Brandreth'a- I_"tl," 5;
or Tin Ware. J.rerc2ld: 184U. \ assigns Arredando; the same bding'an' undivided -I number of copies for a larger sntn., As Pills cure Scortcy,, FeVtr:' .lilt'

COVERED Kettles! Ouarland Pi Cops.Coffee Land Office at this place being .in jntoreet or part of.a large tract ,of land known Payments may be transmitted, by mail.pottage paid. Ague, Costivenes and itsconequefce*, .tlff .
Basins do.Palls Oval PansUouid THE ng open men, and all travellers to foreign rrgioit ,
biuuiess. the attention Clflhol8 concerned as the Arrodoudo Grant" containing two hundred at oar risk. The notes of incorporated bank in "

; : S JtpannedlSagiir Boxes, Molasses Cups,CandleSticks is culled to- the following! Notice! lately' i'sued.from andei:r ly-nina thoasand"acres of land mote cries'I j tho United, States, current in the tdion ol country ba,without them, in orJ- toresortin" thcniaaoccasfon ,,. J
; ,. Bread ,Baskets, Craturs Small Tea Trays; the Land Department at 'shintton. situated in Alachua County; bounded on all sides I where the subscriber resides, will be rruiy d. But of iUnoas. Na medicine chett is, ttt, ;

S Foot Tabs' rJj.ting Pans,large and mall Brass Kettles. W. II. SIMMONS SltT. principally by public lands(,the 'centra jof the,said tr when subscribers'can procne'lhe note* of banks in where they are, lime climata effects' tisi }

S : Ae. &. Mao a varkty of G. W. COLt, Kireirn.Frt.emr.t .Grant ratling (or too Dig Alachua,according to the the Northern and MidJia! States they nil! please send prusJe4they are ket dry Gentlemen'will Sni Mfmedkina )

: 'Shelf-Goods, Perfumery, A'c. Spanish Grant thereof., and the ,surreys founded them. .one that f will ensure_health ta the,fronts,*>' 5-5

Pencils'Cat Glass and Gift'Beads, Port I I t her eer ; .or so much of the said undivided part or To insure all the number, the subscriptions should their estate ;' 5
SILVER; Silk and Bead Porses, Shell,Twist and eM law of 23;/ June: 1833 icM tzpin o1\i\ parcel of said,Arrerlondo Grant os shall be sufficient be here by the 9tb of December next.; Rrandreth's' Pills hare universally seeinidI 't! S

Side..Combs, M ilk of Roses.'Spirit dq., Sweet Bags, June, 1840. to pay and satisfy .the amount of taxes due'' thereon,' No attention will be paid to any order unless! the I wherever they baf ,been introduced,and DecjiajM-1-"' 1 1Brandretb.

S o French Cologne" and Lavender Water 'Johnson's NOTICE is hereby given to all person having from time' said owners 'or claimants thereof,'together mouey'accompanies it. BLAIR & RIVES. Doctor of'Medicine,tfo believe tLetbtoM SF

S Bear Oil Rowland's Macassar d( ,pastor's .*. Cold! to the benefit of the act of Congr.,approved w.tb'all! cocCc and charges'arising thereon jj to be sold Washington, City, October_ 10, 1f.19! iSt. F sess all the properties I have'attrUiktvd: ,fc> thcntV. : aw{I-, 4
p i 55 Cream,'Windsor Fancy SI r; "Cooth Powder,'Military 2&J June, 1834. eutitlcd An act to grant pro. in Lots of fifty acres each,or less as she hw directs. ,I I have,used m myself! in my family and in art exteV r

S Shaving Sotp J.Gillots Patent. Metalic Pens, eruption rights <>n the public lands," that the term for S JESSE CARTER-// | Jiigtisli3ic Select Zcademy siva g'racficefor over ten years, and my expemocfcsa!

Indelible Ink Cork and Glass Inkstands, I ory'Vbi. availing themselves of;its benefits, will cxjiire by lint Tax ColJulttr for Ataehnci Courtg.NwnrnsviVe.Noyemober'23th. .. \ FOR YOUNG LADIES. & ,GENTLEMEN.JA31ES j'I F fully confirmed ball in my opinion that'all diseases ttTi.w

t / ties, Ivory Domincs, snail Tobacco and 4ba1ngS itation on 2 ht J III.e next, prior to which period every :. : \, : D> BOYLAN.ukes le&ve respectfully to i be removed by those remec.l,.; Licb'b.1,. a spefW faction
Boxes. Razors In case. Razor trPpi. Peri Knives, per"m having claim, is'requested toproieand make -'the inhabitants of Augustine and its on the organ of the stomach and bowel.sudi "

S Powder Flaskr; Hair, Tooth, Nail. Clothes and Shaving payment for the samp. Votice. 'S'Si1x. vicinity, that ort Tuesday, the 7th inst., ha intends tiopen general action on tha system such as my- Pills bta.t. '
Brushes' Ivory Fine and piers Combs, 'She! Notice is also given, that hi.all cares;where public week after date I will apply to the Judge of an Academy far the instruction Young Ladies S Abernathy has clearly preyed that all localdtf
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Pocket Comb.. 'Gult4r and Violin Strings,'Convereatien lands halll be offered at auction, at any tie. prior to h. the, County Court( Si.Johns County/for Let and Gentlemen, tha house (for.tba. ). lately senses can be c "red. by these rcru*'dies nlk&hist f', 5,
S card., Writing and Letter paper Letter stamps, aid 22d June, 1840. every preemption clriim to such I ten ofMnsiniirirtion on the Estate of'AA'TtlONTfAVDS occupied, as a school by,Mr. Creegan present curative effect on the stomach and bowels.! /' .' '

S Stands, Pincushion, Sunglasses, Paiut and Fancy lands not proved and paid far, Iwtora.tia 81' ,; / J/J.V, luto of said county, deceased. The of instruction qq .
course Ortbogr hl. s ff tj ;;
'; Boxes,Fine Lead pencils, Grace's, German Smolun, of such auction sale, \\t, by J* .",. .,' 4184o. HENRY GROVES.JS'or Reading, PenmanshipEpgli.h comprises Grammar, Elocution GRLT / J.
"-'t'iM.8l Shell PinciMbionr Flavins Cards.:Brass and :.But la all ease's where l's' ; CAUTION 13 CISARitc
Refit or Sale. and Composition, Arithmaric; Book Keeping.Geo:. procure the
genuine BrinJrttb. Pillgi; 'tM
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,. .I'iiUewlbarp't, Snspinders Shirts. Alno" Y the -townshipplats! of ,II
\ ; *"USF AND LOT in' Hospital Street, raphy,-History, and the nsaof. the Globes Geometry, fail
riot to rocure tha genuine if take the"lloWroba
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.......-.. '- .. -" CJethiHg. l : iboPistnict. htg of Mrs- nbherl.on.- Algebra, and the* Latin and Greek Languages. you S 5S
> : ? \ thepremises ingn4vice. .
Vieit the claimant U_ _ _ : '
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\' Coati 'Coat ,1Veltll.Pantaloon. "
ir J.t fYER o.rell. the date of the recei _. A JPSON WILLIAMS..IdminlsCralor's t Mr. Boylan pledges himself that every method SECUREFBOH COUNTERFEITSilNever
I ;: 'L Shirrs (.Drawers, Suspenders, ,,;i1840. which 'years'eiperience in directing the juvcn.ile to purchase -:
IJzendred..l'wttiVilhc.Q..
which make
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\t. : &. BOOTS SHOES, UAT8. CBOCKERY-r fare oo mind has suggested,shall be to inculcnta
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oT wbbicK wilt of Wholeiala and J
All be disposed at strength and purity of moral'sentime tll, and habitual
\ ;. Retail., 'Ve io)'d( tout purchasing eUcwtere. .. plat. the preemption claim must be 'proved and paid .lha Judge of tbe County Cpurtiof St neWt d ; no certificate being anyguarantaftertwehi, ')
::5 to that whatever assiduity and 'do, shall
.' S S ; ( to the first day of sach auction sale otherwise Johns wi'.l: soU Public Auctuu competency can months (rom date that Pills oj( the
1 Feb. C;1840. : 'B. ,E. CARR & CO. or prior County, be at ou bo done frr the benefit of those committed to hi. nuiue. by holder ar'ja% .
t"S .it Will bo FORFEITED. Monday the, 3Jih day of March next, at the S ,

t1'.: ,. '. S S ..."shal'B Sale. Cases have arif en where delxy in filing pre emption Court UOUfO lII.be'City or St. AUIQstiM between charge.Sluchjor frequent ptini-'lurent. B. his found fly own office fur, the certain snp-Jy; oTt IS a r-nht; .

\ itp: Y yirtne of an ah'as jvrjt'fieri facias, Issued proofs end comploting pnyinent ha operated fatally to 'tbe hours ol; and 1 o'clock outhadayaIl theright.,I useless often injurious in the,education of youth: by Medicine.',*.2j cu. per box. with Tnll dirtctiotii. is.
K, >,. JILP out 'of tba Snperior Court-for Uia' District of the claimant under express provision 'of law; its title and interest of Louis L. Morse,iu and to a'.tract i, attention to such best suit 70 3lEETlNefsinp .

:' East Florida, and to ma1 directed and delivered, I will ,it U therefore specially ,recommended 'it every cUinr of land liof about two miles north of the said city; ed directing to their capacities and subjects most as congenial were to their One door rluu.;Queer.(.b"l ifcs' _<.
/' sale in Cit* or St. ant,desirotifc of avoiding possibility toss, to together with the buildings; and there- .
expose at public the Augustine;inS como improvements talents-by a careful observance and judicial man. KJ Druggists are netf r appoimed Agents,tberefur).
the Court Hoasa. Saturday the 22d forward and enable the Land Oftictrs-ro DICIDE n.iBIS onbing. -. l'
front of on 'day ol the pasaions. he has succeeded better i'i purchase only at 70 MEETING ST. ..
between the hours of 10 o'clock'A. CLAIM! within the SHORTI.ST ro. siBLE after 8a1e"lul.jcet to a for the sum of Bgemenl .
S of February t>exl, PKRIOU mortgage $1500 promoting tbe literary advancement of his pupils than AND REMEMBER: 70 Al'etin-.". f-'tha 'only .J
/'J M. and 2 0 dock P..&I.4f that day-aUtberi.lht.title, seeing this notice. Tins is rendered more necessary and interest and to tho widow's dower. mode place in Charles whera, the tine BRANDRETI ,
corporal punishment
A S II. in in of tbejentira: uncertainty to the time A credit of 'I2inoulhi! will ba by any ( *
; and interest of Morris Tucker a certain House conseqnenre as gifen.,1 By means r>f judgment books u.d in this Academy PILLS are soW! my own r.ffice fur their exclusive :
I S and Lot tirnatedin the City of St. Angnstine, on the whcntho5public lanJs, nay be proclaimed. -S MF.JOIINON" Adm'r.' are d.\ily informed of the attendance c'nduct1nuid i iI ale' ,. s B. BR\NDRETn. M. D.
West side' of Stl:. George's Street, fronting on said JAMES WHITCOMII Commissioner. Feb. It. 1810. 37lw.teazit.S'uwed ': parents 211
improvement of their.children. and Mr. B. trusts Dzadtvay-N.Y
f"., street 'seventy tour feet ; bounded on the North byt ahouse L_General Land Officej Feb. 1840. 40 JLwnber., i k that these books will be examined every .day. And sola bj JOHN j. 11EDR1K i.l -
: and lot to Mrs Ann containing '
belnngitfg Geiger, PROCLAMATIONRobert SatiUa Steam .aie Milt Company'have erect (i thit indulgence or'the contrary will! bo used to' each Agent fur St. Anrtustine. S
: one hundred and and half THE
i in depth ninety eight a I -I
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a large STREAM MILL with and tip.gle child according as bit or her judgment'book 1
;, feet 'on the West by street' known by the:name of Held gang may Cutlery, .
; By Raymond
) I ,. saws and are readY to fuini b Lumber of super seem to require. Such procedure will hive an excellent A N 'aMr"rtment
Paa' said street sevenS of fine CUTLERY consisting'of42SL
';; .S Street moasonng on seventy : GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA. ion.qualities in any quantity. Their Mill sunds in the I effect it awakens in the youthful breast, .the full sets of
feet ; and on the South by a'boute and lot belonging it is'inada known to ma that KING Table and Desert Knite and FOlkS .
WHEREAS County of Camden, Georgia, on the Satiila! River, passion of reer./IIhaml",- or emulation. and thus renders -' Raxjrs,Jack and Pen-Knives
.1' to tephenArnau'-Takeu M the property of Morris couined in the Jail of Jackson for ale bv-
",; was to: where vessels drawing 15 feet of water, can apprbach mach as-Utaneo to the, teachers in the performance tI
:; ;S II. Tucker. to satisfy,jodgtueot' and' costs of suit .infatorlof County under a charge of murder upon the body without. difficulty or danger. of their duties.- ( S I. W. AVERY. .J.

Bailey & Reynolds. of .inUiam IiaJfenbnr of said county, has made his i/ J. NORCROSS1 Agent.Salilla The young ladies will be under Sirs. DOllar direction totationert/, S ._:

JO9. S. SANCHEZ. )t.rsbal.1S escape frdmaald Jail, and is now at large.. Camden Co.. Ceo.. F.h. 1.1840. ap9 in a separate: apartment. And instructed by "E* T? \-Snp rfi..o' Letter Paper satin 6.ti'
I' : St.Augnstinehn23,1840: Nw know ye. thatI| RoacRT RATMOVO REII. .Mr. U. in those branches of education, which .AJ white blue and colored Instmuts Scaling wa4
AN ORDINANCE: cf aremost ;
,J The above sale is postponed till the 83lh of March: Governor of Florida by virtue of the authority vetted regulatin tne.sppointment and Wafer Premiiiin Clack!
City Manhal. Clerk of the Market, add for' otherpurposes. effectually; taught by masters. Ink.ana Blue WrWri*
Tj ;;ti Tba sale of the above 'roperty is :postponed. by in me by lsw. do hereby offer a reward of TWO Mr. Bo-Li: can produce the unexceptionable! Fluid Russia and English.ftirilU..' AI llh. Store of .

t '... 5 order of pUintiff's'alt'y. until the orst Monday in flayS HUNDRED DOLLARS for the apprehension of Kt it ordained tg the Mayor and Aldermen.5 of the City testimonials of moral character and literary ;abilities, Jan. 16, H40. I. "W.'A V tRY',

t next. JOS. 8. 9AKCHEZ. Marshal. the'said fojitive, and his aufadelivery to the custody rf.St. .bglf.t&.e. 'Thllt there shall be appointed for from several exalted! characters: in the city of,I'bila- Cadet .lLlxt ''IOl/ltl A.Cnsimere8 '
St. Anguitina.S8tb Marsh. 1940. any or other officer of the Territory of Florida I .
jailor
tlelphia audamonthem frt tLe Rev. Samuel .
P' Li.V3Iie
this dale fit >ui
t one veai from a and proper pet son, to be l'.U AW BLLI. .,Maiid BraflC! dl.
authoii'ed to like chaise of him.
. &LORIDJ HOUSE kn.wu as the, Marshal ld Clflik .tho Market, % Prrfersor Languages in theUniwruit .of .1,
o
' City I GeiiU. Buck.Iiea'er .
KINO GfI.t. is about nineteen of five feet and llo,ti<> Gloves,
i" ye1r. age hose shall be erie dollar'per and Pennsylvania and Rubertdrain" Enq. I'rofesxor of '
8T. AUGUSTINE EAST FJ.OKIUA.
compensation day- diss .u' 'erior French
inches hihd.irk dark | Kid from ,Net-
seven or iglu complexion, hair do.inst *
r THIS COMMODIOUS HOTEL 'has $ whose dUlYluhlt1l be, nnJer direction oTjthe Mayor, Mathematics and Natural Philosophy the sail Univer York for safe' b1'I.
and bUck marked han the 1 W. AVERY.
; S been 1ii eyes on one by partial examine into and all nuisances all violation ); h; Charleston he respectfully begs leave to I
i.,; pat ompl repair ;new furniture las of two fingers.Gven report and Feb.6. it40 In pr peck'
I 4 beddi ",&. &e4 and is open for the reception of the City Ordinances; to collect testimony refer, to Right Rev Dr. England. Rer. Mr; Forrest AH, paildiag* !
J' of visitors, under the superintendence the undersigned under my haul and seal of this Territory against and prosecute under the direction of said Ite. \Vm Bourke., D. K. Whitaker": Esq Martin Ordinance to prevent tbe running Ac.- pf any

,J :'S ,'who" 'pledges himself so to conduct the establishment this 15lh day. of February, 1840, at the City ofTaIl4ias.ee. Mayor,' all offences against the City and jftku/ to discharge .to d1; Esq.; and in t Allluaune to'GeuI'.l (.. S. horse or' horses tbronb the streets of St.An nstint.
Uy the Governor.ROBERT Ue
t 4 a* to*ecnre to,11.a character equal to any all the duties which belong to,rind ate dischtrg- Smith, Dr ,Win. U. Simmons, Or. ,Cbas.,Byrne and it orduned by the Mayo and Aldermen of&t
RAYMOND REID. of St.'
,f.;( lietal,'in the Southern J. McCiTS' ed by the City Constable ; and who shall give his attendance Antonio, Alvarez Es1. City .\IIIII1ttine. That from or aftet.tba parting
?, Coantr1'V.., W. OATES. Secretary of Florida. upon tbe Mayor at such times'as, he may Tcrnu ;moJerate, NAda ktuwn on application .at of this act,. BO person shall capter.' eallop, or tutu, ot- Ur

N. B.-Good Stabling ,.r Horses. and attentive SEALED l.nOPOSAI S 1 I deem expedient, And 'ha 1 notify meetings Council the J.Vcudemy. Cause to go faster than a slow trot.nT horse:mare.o/

Ostlers. One and two ,borss Carriages, and ,SaddleS I' ,' 'I ,, and be attendji.ce at such meeting*, to diScharge The following 'M fiom the pen orAl,. Wclh! of tha geldini thronuh tl a stre--u of this city ;and any'per*
Harses fat hire ENDORSED Proposals to repair and construct 'such'other duties a* may be required.of. him National 1 Gazette. .soft violating this act shallnpon conviction thereoi be-

S St. Augustine, August 1839. received Jacksonville to Garey's Ferry.. II 'under the orders of the Mayor and Council. "We have had the.pleasure! of.visiting'Mr.* BuyUn's I (ore the,roxyor justice of the {>caceft,ba fined h\o-
U:: ,The New York American. Nalioal1lntetJigen.j will be by tile undersigned at this.place until j 2d. Be itfurtiicr ordained. That a fine '''of five dollars !. Aeademy.Priiuestrretjaud must injustice to i!. amnbla dollars cue b.If to tIt IDurme'lInd the Cotter half tu.
the 8ih 11340.
t Mercantile .Jollrn l. Boston April/ shall be l the said an.-l competent it is the ase-of'the city. Ncr nvictim4 TUe'vicUtion of"thw
.. cer Washington City, the time mpel upon .City Marshal and Principal saythat worthy of all
S "- 'CoiHer.'Clarkstofi.Gsoriian; and Republican, Sa- Proposals must state,' required to construct t Clerk or tin Market, frr every neglect of jdulv required Ute encoiiiiums which i it has 'so generally rVceiv _f act u tu ba had unon, tfaefiribe of tIM luferaar
and hot mneli mile
T/annah, rrqnastadvio publish the above once acc tbe rind it for jier Jack-onville.it is proposed toconstruct ,.I. of him by the existing.ordimnce, whhh may be His plan instruction is,one of,.ell. perfection. as ; alone, unless he previously relinquishes to the city alt
week far 'twJrmonthrr, and An word their'accounts. for' cnirim4ncin bt The I herenfier ( a'sed. unwearied application could alone b..to tlU..ined claims tn his share of the fine. If the petson oflendX

; I-. payment. | road tance to of lie at opened least nine thirty(0))(30)fed fet uleamirad nide, and on each to a side dip i 1.{I 3J. Da it tl/nrrher'orJII That the "City Marshal an I, ,aitriet. disciplinarian alone could prictIce.lrictness ing bo a slave he shall receive nol' more than tw.nI1L"nor
less "
S than
and Clerk of the Market before -: wltllllllt inn lasbesv
'ZUS,. T. &X Mndreu side froth the fentre, nil Ktnmps anJ roots to be grubbed ;; entering upon the '.0rlly.. aDd 1I11teOl, ubmeb of llf.1 -
; Paxscd i 2ili NOT
S TAILORS.J 1 Mt 'nine inches below tlio surface. Wherever i| duties cf his office shall give! bond, payable! to the selIIIYltct the 1Iibil'A! complianc. particularly ;. .22.' S. -
pS S DRAPERS AND : of St. Ati line"j in ilia servable there .1 the A ''rue copy .
tIC 'uMtcrscttles,' the road U be'rai.ed at least City n penal sum of four ; al .happy and !ncdss,fnl : 'c'
5 Subjcribers bava received from Charles.! two
just hnndrrd : for the faithful with which be unites the I P. D. DU3IASCleikortl1eConneiL :
dollars
TilE i performance of his 'snaviter in IJ1ndl with'tb.)
levelof
ahote'the the
f
[ water,and _must be eigl.t-? <
Schooner Empire, a general aoroHment ,
per IH feet wide.The ditches -Juiiis according to law j; furtteriure'ibui, : giving the pupil pleasure in IC') The city authorities wilt enforce the ordinances.
ten
c ;, of the CLOTHS followinr of s every _description. ., consisting rn pin J' ba least( )four, (4) feet wide at" ton.on with either a side loffidll must ait I 4. Andbt Ufurtkcr ofd irud. .That all ordinances or 1 anUWleumu, :me importance or industrious applica -.._5- -i_..-n..\'.vov. ..'.a.*..,-.,....

: Blue Black Drab ,Invisible? ,, Iron Bottle' Green,;, berme to iasura a good foundation:jbross drains' to be j jI parts of ordinances contrary to Iho'true intent and I lion. it trut1 adr if3ble. fi r.Boy Isu's abiities are 011 I.S S .,..0 t.f Ice.
y.- Ckretand Jlarri I wjlfapply to the of
c ; ; e PILOT Cloth. BEAVER ClotbrCASS1MERLS !; are to be constructed' wherever'rrquireil, to be two ]f by repealed. sedl8th March, 840. render him peculiarly capable ,cf fining the human 1 I .the County COlin '.t St Johrw Conn'yTor letterk
'1, :: ",'"f'r. of the Utect fawUon. ]: feet above the )Ont to which the water ri>n. and to I F. IH IMNC\1. Mayo mind to bo at onre vnlne and an ornament to socie lnf r Administration en the "tar.o""n"ill"lOCiCK.
t >1;" \TTlNUTa$ of.every description, i b. at list Cfkoen (15) wide at top. The streams to Tnt P. n. DI-MA: CIclk of the Cuntcii.Xotice. ty. We wFh trim that uncce*'*_which, excellent 'a' deceAsed" Cn.\aL. f.YRl 5

c' ir VESTINGS of the latest fashion,. I'I be brid/ed with good substantial bridees finctn (la) i iwide. 1-rrccj'lor dcen es.-ffatieaol Ga-.tltc. 1 Noo.I8rt 5 5 ,

S t".:liP" S Cravat Stocks Pocket Hdkfs., I ., The direction of tr.e road will be pointed out ; week after date I'wmarl'" to tje Judge of N. I--31r. 1o.'l.sibeituun-e'' ''I'assure the public 5 5 '

<, ",r Suopenders, Gloves of every cripton.! I by'tha uuilcrsigncd, ar.aoina authorize.! ofliccr, who SIX, County Conrt of St John* Count v. for letters that it il his fited detenpiiiition in become a perrim Llc 1J.OiC \ ')INES '

t:; ,: ..:. A: full snpply. of Buttons,for Ci' zcn and"Military I.'S.S .j; will receive the road when fin hcd,'or reject Mich of adminUtrution on tlic Hstale of JIAN PUR- .nant resident of at-Augustine, in tho event of hU 'I'jic subscriber/has just rec-iyedqa&rd. will alWITS !.
Coats *' 1 por.ioti of it a* he does nr)t coiuiJcr CflEMAM meeting with sufficient patronage, uhahigblran' : '
v S ;.> ;. arccordiug to I late of East Florida,deceased. keep 6r hand) a :'choice stock of LI-,
S i ,Gold and Silver Cord. S I contract. Dac.3l8n3; S ANTONIA MECiCIS.1'ollcr predates tIle illublily cube. climate. QUORS AND WINES: onsuti y or' '
:: 'I A full supply of ha I latest and mo tasii! <>nabla I .'road to be pud for in three parts.according as .I January. I 30-.4w, V OLD COGNAC BRANDY, .JAMAICA .

t.\. HATS. \ ; iTha I the sima shall be inspected and reccireJ ; twenty per I I' J I .RUM, GIN
;1 5\ subscribers return"their thanks to dui "public T Ct ut. will !he 'retained from each for the t&li ..P'OTICE.S I WHISKEY AND :
payment hereby .given 1
:, have !! S fuihlul fulfilment of.the coiitract. IS poisons having demands. nndersigne-l are still telling LOTS OLD MADEIRA WINg
Co
the hereiofolf recived
patronage they ,' and- &c"v a-aiut, the 'Estate of the |;ite' ELISIIA Tile on very which he will
S. ra'pectfully solicit a eontinnanca'ar Ihe same ; i I" For further Information aptly to Litiit. Simpson at S P Rot G Ui:, ilecease.l. that they do exhibit them term in tho Village of St. Sebastian Nor6 dispose of cheap.
I ,duly There i is UM 18i8.,
t '1O J ,H i I"8t stine.NoV21.18301J M-3 T. 1. J 1 Jacksonville.:,Lieui. Gunuison at St. Slary's, or' the authenticated.:to the Executors bf said fstl1e. within offer For sale!no and WIIATEVE rchasBrs upon.the property they ,JAMES KEOGIL-.
S nnderiigncd at Saranoah.
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are r
jI'I, I tho time prescribed by law, or they will bo finally to u.\Jun p lIpeClrollDittd QIIx; WEEKS after date I 'will to the Hon
fin WO LOTS situated on the West side of Maria]r J. MACK AY, barred., All rri'iciU,11l TITLE offered lo thcW. apply
those
S Jl Sanchez Creek to J Jab. S indebted to tho said Estate; are re I the Judge of the Count Court of Sf Jobs
for 10. Apply | Capt. Corps 1 011 Er.g'Vf. 1 1$4V3t11 quested to make immediate j. F. L. DANCV.nrilOI a.
13 1810., 'GEO. L. PIHLLtpk payment tb S Lounty. for Letters Clf Administration on tin Estaia-
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