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: July 3, 1840
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
oclc - 08822160
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& political principles could bear the
Maine test of Dem..
\ : : ARRIVAL RATESJune 19. was 10 called as early as. 1623'from
or TILE ocracy to secure his election it
ANBlI Maine In France of ,which Hear etta Maria r [ was necessary
a..atl lUKEt'EEl( STS UTD [FDR THE HERALD.] to pass him off in different sections of the
mmUlCOJmAti At a o'clock ZVEOl'L QueeuofEn&Iand.who was at that'propri- Every one who is at all different awn.
is ruttUHED tvrir this morning we received our etor. acquainted with,the try in characters. So important do
TuCDtT, pers'by; the 'Great Western pa. history u( the United States, must remember' they consider it to conceal his sentiments .
Cap t. Hosken New that
: Hampshire' Was
l the a
viz IWri
JrK London to jitTT-iJ HI the that, the troubles and trials of
mculJL the committee
; < ] ). evening of June 3d,and Bristol to territory conveyed by the Plymouth our illustrious special has been appointed to, receive \
4 At rive D coLXjuts rua urirvx, the 4th. to Company sires did.not cease with the war which freed and answer letters addressed to him,lest in
Capt.John Mason some
t PATAZLZis The' ; by patent, No .7th; 1629 them from domination.
Great foreign Soon
Western sailed i after the ungarded hour the old gentleman
the might
JLDVJLKCE. on 4th,and has with reference to the misdi.
'Iduniuaerste aimed had only six hours ot Eutwardly wind or of Portsmouth patentee,who was Govern glorious termination of that struggle it was foued : rect replies by sending to the Souttfona intended
On in
At Dollar during ; Hampshire, I -
per England.
square, We that the old Articles of Confederation aI for the Abolitionists at
passagesFlour were the North
tin fast i '
loiertioo, and 16 Vermont ; and to the
CenUfor eack.iLilrif was so called '
IUbee- by the
'. ? vwti"..nta ia in Bond 241 Od. Cotton dull on the 3d. their Dec1uatio ir : inhabitants in band but little adapted to hold together<< and to North one written to calm the apprehensions
proportion ar..cl Independence
Ji; Trade in I' ,January 16th, promote the interest and welfare the Southern slave-holders..
S'T'1 U.tb&D.hqan." A d coul1t 'MaDchester"WILl fiat., The 1777 from the French nerd ot so many distinct v
l M to Utoae'" were 'we"" wile j montj the green sovereignties. Is it asked,why
: bj>> the year i7 plied with cotton, the mountain. sender\opposition selected 1
stock in Liverpool was increasing" I 1 To obviate the difficulties, and to secure a a candidate of such pretensions for.tal
IN>1EwzaYT. somewhat.tower;.fair prices' were] Massachusetts, so called from Massachusetts more intimate union of the new States, in eats,and such doubtful, if not objectionable prin

i My, ,. .,.... on FlvutstIU.di, 6dl...bSriSwft. 1.2152Smvca ,of Indus'Bay,and ht thud that' from the Massachusetts*.tribe .tte ySat laZacgpyeiitioalif delegates met for ciples.......Wbyilid*they so-flwrratefunhr. ,::. *."'$r ***,. ,
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IC ; :: a. nelgbbot1i"add'tifnystod The '
TwLILY"t :
toe ,
f : tribd purpose piaevmng ome plan better adapted fife the'"greatest and best": of all the Whigs
:.. Uhf beanr1lM=::.&rLThoth : Parliament has'rejected the Corn taw Bill by the Blue thought Hills of to Milton.hajre derived**1 had its learn't name"from to the political change of the parties. A body r Hcaty Clay,and take up.one'W'bose'menta and *,
of wiser
a majority of 126 says or more patriotic men never assembled faculties do not amount to
; that one twentieth
so the ;j part the
subject for the Williams '
scullure-like eM 1Welr-rint.uttal sent is at rest. pro-. Ruger called "that;.the Massachusetts'wus" yet, with all their wisdom and patriotism, sO di. tithe of his Let the Horisburg Convention give,
the Blue
Crowsiahthe dephe'u so Hills.
r. with the light-reDI Nothing verse were the interests had the In that
they to
01 spurs Burt j :has appeared touching the North Rhode Island was called in reconcile' ,, answer. Convention, there was a
so 1664'
in refer. and different their views
so the who
Eastern as to best would
party not' 'slave'JuMcr'i
oun since the Island
Lord : ence to Rhodes
Ikiald lily of the Russell informed ;lathe Mediterranean. of effecting their purpose the convention that though '
: Rare I Parliament that the was party not a majority, was suffi.
.., E Bf ia a...rltM. .rap with,r.,,.'well, were'reflectiDg on a reply to AIr. Van Ministry an.Connecticut several times in danger of dissolution, under ciently numerous tot! dtfiat eitherof theotb.; ,
j' Thou....-.1 u it a spirit oeiklj braY propofition. By thb sUp a was so called from the Indian feelings: that would have been fatal to the friendsof ers; they obstinately peirsted in supporting
a special. its -
Dwelt in da1 cell t has como out with despatches for the messenger BriOsh Moheakannewee name 'principal river. Connecticut is a free government Harrison, and! the others were at last obli ea

';, Wling alike head [,'an<1 it is supposed on the above word, signifying long river. During their deliberations, every species of' to"unite with them, or see the Convention
dry subject. York was so called in 1604 in
reference both of ancient and break
Me government modern without
\ Of Theirs bad times, up agreeing their
beauty, feoiiniiM yti free, a vote of the,Cham. to the Duke of York man.
ber and Albany,to whom this was brought in review, and ADd who
; Whether with foam or pictured of Deputies for the construction ; every one was not were victors in that patriotic
1.1 azure of
:"*** Xhsjrijtri be.Wbatts1ike spread vessel to ply between Havre and New steam territory was granted by the King of England. only analyzed theoretically, but subjected to the contest 1 THE.: ABOLITIONISTS HanLon
:. and other parts of this: continent. York. New Jersey was so called in 1604 from the test of experience, and scrutinized in all its knows this ; he is well awarefthat:without the
tbu,|fear flower. The loan (lh8childs Island of family the coast of France the resi bearings upon the character ,and happiness of votes of Abolitionists he could not have been
) of.jhe Bank
TLe jentle and the firm f thus bearing of the dence of the of Sir George Cartertt, to man. nominated and
this is
up States is ; Kuuwing it not
":< To'tbs blue ski that sW aster vSP1. : steady in Paris ,at 9s.. New whom this territory was granted.Pennsylvania natural
'r; cup ? ** the same price. uf New : fortunately for us, and for the whole human that, with his avowed opposition to slavery ho
Ato City York
thvabowerlOb Ohio pet cts. loa 1.20. 92. was so caked In 1C81, after I I family,the republican principle prevailed, und would be inclined to reward his abolition friends

JAv.lI moil like bee. The Chancellor,of tho Exchequer has William Penn. succeeded in giving to the new States a form of with offices The conclusion is irresistible .
The love of woman |qnirerinf to the blurt sed to make up the deficiency in the propo. Delaware was so called in 1703, from Delaware government which is the delight and admiration The President's approbation 'would then give
i. Through eerv nerve,yet rooted deep and fut. nn addition to the revenue by Bay on which it lies, and which received of philanthropist all over the world,and"formidable.to fresh courage and zeal to the fanatics; it would
i I Mid I l'.', dark aea.S excisa present duties on imposts; ands its name from'Lord De la War, who died in this tyrants only.' I mollify the deep damnation of their foul conspiracy -

York Minister was Bay.Maryland But though defeated in establishing their principles in the estimation of thousands at the North,
And again
Like thee, too faith-O.ttnol, ; 'faith by tire on the 20th May partially destroyed. was so called in houorof Henrietta by express constitutional sanctions, the'I who are as yet uninfected ; it would result the
8UI1 buoyanilf,tiJl..preacliDC above the billow into, l light. I LUle: Vice," accompanied Prince Maria Queen of Charles I. in his patent to Lord Monarchical party continued to cherish those dismemberment of this glorious confederacy.
might. visited t by Albert Baltimore,June 30, 1632. principles ; aid have, to this day never ceased SANDUSKY..
e +
the i
t Throafb -, breath- ; feceiVt( : With the gfelkisl < nlht&l .!m. the Virgin Queen of England. conttrucliqn the Constitution object.dear (FOB THE: HEBJXO.] .
? .i:G icl witti f iii' f.k r&k tboulii; : China date! Wet 10 Feb. 41H-HO,later than Carolina, was so called by the French in 1564, to their hearts-that is to say-first a consolidation I once heard strong drink defined by a savage c
Flower,lit!lblt'e idle in;boib,t,u. f Have been received at this port d n..ct. : in honor of King Charles IX. of France. if all potter in the,Central Goternment, and to be something composed,of"wome 's tonguesand
Tin eomethiag{there it of it. own parity The King of Prussia is dead. Georgiawas so'called in 1 i 3 2in honcr ot Kit g. then a conversion of the President and the two : lion's beam"; because it made those who

And peace be wrpujbt: 1 Thg French expedition to Algiers hat proved George V- ; houses of Congress into KING, LORDS, AXD CoM used it as talkative as women, and as brave as '

.' 'Something yet more divine 1 u failure. i Alabama,'was so called in 1914 from its principal MOSS.' lions."
Than the clear, pearly virgiii. abed Marshal Vallee had not been actually recalled river. It is unnecessary, as it would be tedious, 'for I Saving the unmerited slur cast upon the fair

Forth from thy breast upon the river'* bed, I from Africa, but it was supposed he would bi i Mississippi, wa so called in 1800. from its the' purpose of exposing the designs of this par I., sex, (by poor fellow who probably was yoked
A. (om aabrini. The campaign of the pn'8CIlycur had already western boundary ; Mississippi U said to denote ty'to'pursue them through all their phases, like to a vixen)I think the definition a:very good one,

cost the t rench 10,000 men, Bud large amount the whole river, i. e. the river formed by the union the mood, perpetually' changing in aspect, but and that it is equally applicable to hard cider.I "
THE UrniQKT'ANp, THE Dowi'
Adjutant( a, of the sixth United States infantry The French ship La Wise was lost near the Luuisiauuai many. waS:so culled in,, ho or of LOJU It may not, however, be amiss to notice some i the effects of this at present fashionable beverage .
bad been promoted from the ranks for his gn light house in Table Bay, Cape of Good Hope XIV. of France :: I of the latest phenomena of the body, which, : upon our modern Whigs, us the Jt den.!. _
lantry. plain, blunt! man, from the auout the 10th of March. She was bound from Tennessee like i the fallen"arch-ana'elseersto gather resolution ISIS call themselves. ,
i state of steady habits, a good soldier, but as uncouth Mauritius to Bordeaux, with sugar and coffee. principal river., was The so called in 1796, from its f from despair." These gentry werefor .:rl Yremar1mhlRl; ,... .--- -
word Teu-assc iI said
of the to Wl111
and of soci last war
ignorant polite '
usages The lY-c1\1rJDg"U10
mate and
captain other lhtt d
to.etr, as ever was Ethan' Allen. From his rude number bf-wMost-iWir-.iiTts-persons-'to"the B 't'W :aw"cu led u I7sn;from its prIncipal asteOTcrihXongre styled.Whigs !!) have lately made ratparl1.1 a bold stroketo i r more of the qualityfof; the hind than of the lsan.I .
-" orr.n a7csu3o M,'110 inIII1'dI9'.uu- l sst heir lives in river. ':I opened cellar and left '
it. Ucent1 : oerrn men at Southampton ; cheat the people. At the last State elections But since old Tip his
briquet of"the upright and-downright man." consequence oP the upsetting of a boat. I Illinois, was so called in 1600, from its principal New Jersey thepeople elected five Democrats i the "latch string of his door oh the outside! ,"
., We once and once only was present at a fash Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, R. N. died at Par. river. The word is said to signify the river in them in Congress; but the Govern: the Whigs have swigged "hard cider until"a
warble dinner ,, where he was asked to is the 27th of represent o'er the the party.
party on May. of men. State who is modern Whig cer- change has come spirit'
of the
wine lady of high fashion. M No I An discussion df has \ called in from or gave .talk till "all's blue," and as to ,
take a irregular some length; ] Indiana,was so 1809 the American of election to five of hit They can now
I tificates partyThese ...
'casion his & I.* .1..ln.*% .Mftn/ltL. .. .
Ma'am tern
thankee. I've no was arisen in the House of Commons in relation to Indians. five Whigs went Washington and t conquests they brave 11AAI'O".U upon vi -> -
pcrate and unsophisticated reply.) the duties' on rice imported from the U. States I] Ohio was so called in 1803., from its Southern claimed'seats in Congress by virtue of that certificate ing every State but two without shedding a dropof
When he received official notice ,of his pro.? and from Afrite. From the report of the de. boundary. I ,and the whole Whig party 'contended any thing but the juice of\the apple I Among // $
motion, be lifted up his hands in thanksgiving:, bate we cannoflbbtain a very clear idea of the I Missouri was so called in 1821, from its principal that the cerlijicite .if the Governor, because it had the States which they number as certain to

and exclaimed, MLordi wile, we're a captain I" matter, but it sss seems_ that 'African rice has been river. i the broad seal of the State aped, ought to supersede homage to their puissant liege'lord, they placeour
The regiment being on a march, the married subjected to a lower duty than American, in violating Michigan, w..s so called in 1303 from the lakeon the 6iprtsed will ot the people! Hero we nearest neighbor, Georgia. They havc'ev.idently .
officers posted in advance to secure accommo- of treaty stipulations. The debate was its border. see a party in our country defending the right ofa been betrayed into this sweet delusionby
elation tor their families. One morning they en. finally ended by the usual observation, that ncgociations Arkansas,was so called in 1812, from its principal Governor to exercise the Kingly prerogative of the apostacy of a part of the States' Rights'Party
t ,tered a country town where were two-inns, the were pending on the subject river. I II creating members of parliament '(peers of the in that commonwealth ; but if: thereto

; one anew, neat building which promised well LONDON, May 23. .I Florida was so called by Juan Ponce de.Leon, realm by letters patent, under the broad seal!! any thing in signs they are destined to a speedy
i The other was'a dilapidated dwelling directly A circumstance which will probably surprisethe in 1572, because it was discovered on Easter Sunday This attempt was to palpably grossly unconstitutional and sad disappointment. There are in oU par' .
opposite,with a rum pole in front, from which public,\.s much as it has already done, disagreeably I I ,in Spanish, Pascua Florida.I .\ and of course failed.. The bold ties some who prove renegades; but he must be //
swung a vrcater-beaten sign inscribed with the so/the parties more immediately con.cerned I I Columbia was so called in reference to Co. ness with which it was made, however, shields<<: very ignorant of their, mettle who would look i
aristocratic and imposing'' word, Hotel." The ,IS likcy to bring the affairs ot the three bus. the party at least from contempt, as it shows that for many among that devoted band who have ad. .

party would have halted at tho better tavern,but great American houses which suspended pay. I I 'Wisconsin, was so called from I its principalriver. they have courage, if, they lock\prineip1c.\ : But hered to their principles in disregard of the.
the threats
the Upright and Downright man was peremptory ment in 1837, again into notice. It.will be recollected what shall be said of another manoeuvre of the blandishments, and in defiance '
in the negative. .Don't you see that this that when those firms originally received Iowa, was so called from its principal river. same party to get into power. of power. If the Whigs do,not wish to be tnk-'
here is a bottle i" said he, and there was no re- assistance from the Bank,in'order to prevent I Oregon, was so called,from its principal riv. It has been said that "there'is but one step en by surprise let them look at'some of the.
.1..U.npth or his argument. gr. an occurrence which the cr.-[2vew Haven Palladium. from the sublime to the ridiculous:"and truly is times in the letter of Governor Troup, the.letter ?
Ain-<< "tee;breakfasted,and the He. London capitaluts generally regarded with the it demonstrated ,by the conduct'' of the Whigs. of Mr. Lamar, and the call tor a meeting pt

"15, who poured out their nectar happened? to.be utmost apprehension a great number of other Tax Loo CABUCAfter so much pretence and They have always, in their. hearts, felt great the States' Rights; Party," on the 3d inst.
a very tiny genteel, "lady;" the innkeeper's houses stepped forward as guarantees;in amount sham about Harr 50D'a living in a log-cabin, contempt for common people," plain houses, These papers,will be found in the Charleston
daughter and heiress, no less. S. looked round varying from 5,000 to 20,000 each. trumpeted by the whigs, in order to humbug the and simplicity of style; and affected an air of Mercury of the 19th June. _
-* uneasily'as if he missed something. ,At last he Notwithstanding interference, the,Ameri- honest farmers, it may be well to describe the majesty and grandeur. Suddenly, however, after reading these the valiant Whigs should
broke forth -1 say, Iwhere's the Mere 1" cau houses were suffered a short time afterwards General's residence from Whig authority. His they have become most ultra plebeians they not want double rations of hard cider to keep up

The young lady politely Informed him thatit to stop and the guarantees found themselves in I house, or rather range of buildings, is spacious, abhor splendid houses,rich people and talented. their pluck,. then I am'not good at gaessin
of house to eat the assets realized and not inelegant It.is.two. stories high com. JONATHAN SLY. :: .
was not the custom the potatoes tho worse situation of having men they have even forsworn all their pots
at bmakfkst.M under much less favorable circumstances than by pletely boarded and.clapboarded painted tions," such as champagne and sherry,wine and 'HOUE
,> Lord!",exclaimed the Upright and Down the' parties themselves under the protection of -white. The inside is plastered,and probably papered I have "took to drinking hard *_ 11! Now, : THE BEADiarss A friend WITH :WHICH from A. Florida MOWS '

right,, in huge disdain.. ".. pretty bottle this, the Bank -Twut. 'and carpeted,and otherwise, handsomelyif what is the object of aU this affected simplicity, : ITS that RIDOU while riding- from one just part of the Territoryto says
and' taters 1M I MAT 28. not inelegantly furnished. The only groundof honest .
no but to gull plain, unsuspecting republicans particularly struck with the
& annoyed by a tap. the French Chamber of Deputies pretence about a log cabin is,says the Whig to be driven into another,he was
was once excessively On Tuesday, who they found,were not thicket, his horse always .
fact that approaching
room oracle, who asked him a thousand Impertinent TOted a grant of 23,000,000 francs for the correspondent of a Neorf Whig paper, that false principles by open and direct attacks 1 on his to the utmost of his
questions about his rank parentage hewn improvement of the inland navigation of France, one of the small buildings vat a fioia4 fide one, In furtherance oi their scheme for gradually quickened slackened pace l he got beyond '

perquisites,duties &c. ,At last the by a majority of 2011 to 103. though it is now well boarded and well painted. undermining the ConstitUl onthey have taken up sting distanse never on ,the other side. This excited '
officer intimated that his inquiries were disagree. The plague is frightfully on the increase m Even this it stems,.was never the residence of as their candidate for the Presidency one who:is I his and he determined to ascertain .
able. "A question's a Question, Mister." said Alexandria,and the warlike preparations the Harrison himself but has been preserved f on destitute of attribute of greatness; one and ..
account of attacnment he had for it, it having every something of his. roadster's. ___history.. __.,__ thereby '
hbut; there+ e :alhbg as too much pork Pacha are completely at a stand. some who. .if. Vio..-ha- not of-- doubtful grader, is- certain.--- --, discover u some clue to ms peculiarity* When lo'.
for a shilling,and it's not civil to ask a man what. Conrroisier valet,suspected of murderingLord been the residence" of $0fU..r his family.. ly.of very ambiguous politics; as his friends at the whole mystery was revealed its being "
11 bia father died of." Win. Russell has undergone several,examinations On the exterior, there is not,the least appearance the ,North "crack him'up" as the very father ascertained that Gen Macomb bad upon ridden this'. -
t The other was astonished,'and demonstrated this week,and is again remanded.The of logs or a log.c:abin ; nor b there proba of Abolitionism, the champion of the 'Tariff his in Florida. ;
f) 10 the satisfaction of half a,, dozen' by.stanaJngla1tea Bank of England this morning issued bly, in the.interior.. Thus, all this low ranting and of the United States' Bank; while'his few- steed during '..
,that he was public servant, paid with theif periodical notice of granting loans,..to be : about Old Tij\* living, oversaving lived in advocates'at',the South will swear that he is BRITISH- STEAMERSTheN.. .York Com.Adr..

the peoftWitaoaey. and that he had a right, as repaid on 16th,July at 5,per,cent, : a log cabin, ,sa sheer the.poople. .; a,story ready to'die in opposition to all of those mischievous says that the Britannia,one of r..cunard'8'lfue'
die of tie people,4o ask-how1 hfainoney wenVai& Jatt>s,9. made, up ;to deceive r. One of. his schemes 5 J. is advertised to departfrom'Literjrool for Halt

#receivei. : an- answer.- How. rauchdoyoatiiak In his cp=uttica1iona with M,Guizot respect.ingtfee ;' family once lived id-one for"asgorttime.apdthat.is It is;hard to consider. this new device 'ct: theWJugs'seriously. .lafppsitifely'btftKeTrt'oNuly.f;
w M 7 torsrd'tlwsrmycr' # to maintaia surrender of theuhes of Buontparte,we all The; mountain. was labors: andbroughtforth 'It is so supremely ridiculousthe : Tie consigneciof tht-uriosa rod American
';,"MDdt Abel aUtUetlte1llet volfieh obsWteiltatlxmlPitoeTston'gtves fctajkW. .. unease W.haw heardlhs j above state *- } 'orputtingHarrison''te the chair of ,Steam Navigation Canes have-received ad-
: :totngto '' r oTSmpslrot.-wWch w BBTer dauwlwA bJ f meat confirmedterbally,'I by coed suthorityf Withingtoaand) other' great trails.ttCat; leallr: the Great Western. that tub new and

aRettgy;I'CI.D't"y, replied the other.. this GbtcmmentJbefore, em1 hen Lerdftlm. oto.. ., rK one can scarcely look upon the present bustle of powerful steam ship President to be cemniandrnedbc .
: 7 ddnkjoa paya'tlpeDce1"' erston himself....w now, member oTR. It ._'_', Bum GcrauTOTL-A ..... Si OrW was deprived of of,cronies a of or **sweetened. .June. She will take ''ber place 1n
"*" -asttch_J" replied b also known that Buonaparte Picayune received a letter from:.his affectionate over mug Malaga the -yajfcit W4 "
tae,. the title by the other Power when deported to better half in Yankee-chusettii, thus with maternal dram," at the lying-in o( a neighbor. the line on the first of August, from Liverpool,"
There's your money back, thin ; and nowwo' Bt. Helena. eloquence! describing the father's picturein The Whigs themselves are conscious of the and will depart from .ihat port again on the 1M

", quits,' said the, Irritated-Soldier. And Wuv .'. Tbw Ov?.;This unfortunate dispute : a little." The'mother says : ..1. total incompetency of their candidate; but they of October and December, The British"Q.ueenwiJlleoave
now. you stray scoundrel, if you come for jo go respecting wages is much in the same state Our little boy declares himself a'lo /l Jd,' calculate largely on the ignorance of the.peopleof London' on the 1st of July" Septemberand .
far topaz me another cueston, I'll knock you of uncertainty as to a reconciliation as it was : (itrong.whigi:) Excuse his pronunciation,as he whom they have all at once become such af.fectionate November.. -* .
down If that isn't opnght, it's d6wnright eo on the data or our last publication. Ve under.iIta1 has only ,been 'in the field of politico two friends! Gen. Harrison is the first 'l' ;

hold your jaw... '.:1':.Atlas.ri d that there are now at least nine thousandlooms I years and a half; yet he has the watchword andcountersign candidate' for ony high office in this country for ..Give me a cent,",wd a black. yed urchin
J at a stand in Stockport; from these a pro. by,rote, as well ubiS.llder&1 Vidt whom the people have been expected to vote of five, 'to his teacher,,the other dayM What
s Tm* Ttritzza.-Last year large quantKof ; duction of about fifty thousand pieces weekly -* Old,T9old man,drinks hard cider;;,Yam without knowing his political sentiments. It has will you do with it 1" "Why, I'll buy two ,.
*!, wheat :were imported from Antwerp'' would be ob'A m er. Boom old fop!' ,andr suiting the action &c, been the invariable usage or'parties nominatinga pipes<< ," said the boy as he drew from his pocketa
lMt Sat lay a British ship was engaged to take ;, he waives his little arm with Hip hip I hip..! candidate for the Presidency to give a public dirty half fig of tobacco,'"and we'll have a ,

,15390 fettheU of wheat from New:York,to Ant. General Hamaton.says the Correspondent of hooah oi Tip !-*Down with Van Booen! expose of, the principles that WOuld govern their smoke." \ .." '" ,
Contention that I
if elected. But the
WIIJIPft.. .... He's brave little fellow, to have taken: to candidate
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--. theN-Y..Cour. and Enq,) .b in London, as a Mobile will.iOOlid':,
-; bard cider' child, certainly nominated,Harritop gate no such exposLWhy It is said that the people .
from Texas Xor the bonds of, already-a' promising
Commissioner '
Joseph Co rnerthwaitfEsqhsjresifned: his did' depart from the usual course! 81XMX( by the Bank Pensacola's mab- 'f'
af finding and,'very like his fatherwe have no they .
which he to have a prospect .
otEce. as'C*shier,' '* .:pf the U. 8. Bank at PhUadel4 contractors appears in Franc doubt-If. V. Sun. Simply because neither their own'nor Harrison's to redeem its,notes. .

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..1.' .1.'I \ I fte ..i jJJift :I ;..-r.4: MosztrThi tathe aituatloa rs t.01.f the the Bank Corn TAX COLLECTORS, SALE OF.REAL ESTATE

,! '. Ditta.L.DIt. create Q b I t .a.Joeer relaUYO setaaUon in ALACUUA COUNTY. FLORIDA.
'" ... We leaftilih News ever,seeking to i Peoacom cre considerable. ; PETER MITCBELLbt.
\ ; or "I
I to the efffla wk
". 8TI.1JQ1TflTII E 1 Agent for distributing rations on confusion and disturbance in this coVfmunity : this city yesterday and raanr WHEREAS in the payment according to L*.
his walking paper meat disposed !
of them
inhabitants of Florida got 'learn kicking,up a fuss held the DOtes of the Bank a ef the County and Territorial Taxes,and &r the
FRIDAV,JUNE 3, 1840. Saturday last. The rations will we also ,, seems determined upon. as tc M percent;discount. The Pensacola notes in year one thousand eight hundred and t2a:1aai.* M
I -' :--- be issued hereafter by an officer of the COmmi.- about the Post Office. If it will not suifcr circulaUoa in this city are all under the sum afire land claimed and returned fit the said peter MilrfaWT.

lt in much mortification that we.re com. sory Department of the U. S. ThIS satwadion'tothe act;of Uw avoid it, for the sake of peace and preventing dollars and consequently the heatie loss .situate iu tbs Couuty of Macho lf aid..aaJwherea.
'Humid in the present form War Deparimcathktircn great flinch and small dealers. The ., the said Peter Mitchell bun ods'ud
ialueJi attd'turfioilt ao iw.e will! not" J will fall upon labores
IS infeftpiaoatfon is due our ruvders for our mass in this vicimty'and-wilL we.doubt nut d'aqulet 'ThaV.vcfa.cious 'hiwsof the State prohibited the issue of small chattels in said county upon which d".su t can.be.
the cUizens throughout this dbcU ion of: hie i matten made iNow
ddloqutucjr. U has bucn our custoir be well received by .from.the noTss Dunks. ondjhc great scarcity
apj anent from the cocusidera- heroic priht saysthere Notice is hereby given, that Jtua Ciarxx.
of to lost ui Apart cm.
flock generally.. respectable, our
knt country SfcSnYorctouge. almnrt compelled
t paper ,
tur i crow* $uu v. and clamorous .LocaFucaParty Tax Collector in ind!lot the CJranty of Alacaua ia
three months and some weeks smou. we ordered tiou that Dunham was a noisy influence his his been a petition gotten ,up by the. Zeus to give creditsacolaa e small issues bf the the Territory of Florid, .will eipoe to public nlett

tbeesual], quantity; but we'only received one I Whiggie,though without weight or measuro- ,for the removal of Mr. NVallen, the Post I' of the Bonk although it was well the Court House in'aid county, sis tonntbt after UW

Jourlb the qu i ired. Upon' the return I' removal is altogether a judicious oth. denied the truth of the charge known that the character of the Bank was deei : date hereof to wit: on the tith dny of July b 0,
'of tbBrvc .cl,wo order a further supply,which Complaints have been.made of partiality the or law Master. We have in swmicious. What our cicizecs are to do year 'one thousand eight hundred and forty, all lk,

is gow oa'dw .wny.and In the'IDtAo'hile'our erwuM iu regard to the manner in which 'ofwhieh A certificato from a worthy citizen appears 'dt'dly hereafter, b beyond our ken, but we right title and interest of the said Petar Mitchel";iris

stock, on hand ,exhausted. Head winds and baa been pretended'' to be executed, some distrustin the last "News," stating that he signed such pci i fur change Some measure will be adopted to supply in, and to",sixty Jhowand six hWlJre.tl.aad. fifty .

have detained the vessel,and rather than doubtless hove originated in the wo referred to,. hops market ol Land: of which 15,162 acres,are returned a* first
calm document presume I money.aW
his former course before tition. Tho ctuzens second rite and 30.W5 acres
Herald in Neither our ; third
we issue the the late agent > heard,. Chronielt. rate 15,16'acres

have .
our'renders '
disappoint W trust this explanation u hb removal to Florida nor the reputation if the same we have seen- (and we rate quality ; the same being an rinds *W part "and
f its present t form. has been against .- -- "aCt Iau4knowhasta"Air .,
maintained since hb resilience here of none other), omits to prefer charges. --- -- parcel vf tha.1 large ,.
atM&ctory. confidence and respect and we recommends" I1lAmn1t1 U'iwmu4Ilaaa. dondo Grant,"wl.ieh laid Grant contain two Laadred
create but merely
such as tq incumbent,
) should have the present 'and eighty nine thousand acre of and.wore or I**,
that Downing
4tk ol July. have been surprised thick and ,thin" so another candidate,in the event that office should situated in Ahtehuseountyandth gb s part of nhka

The citizens generally) requested to attend adhered to bun through wilt flock together vacant. So far, therefore, the gentle I .the Orange Lake Creek run; bounded on the northly
! .the Court House oa the itb dy of July,at 10 cluNely ; but birds of a feather the become of the he' -- public UncUt on the ea. hl public lands aD4.a the
u of certificate '
the pasta
of escort the
tiuubam.was one who of which
celebration Gnat
in the man gave public land; the centre :
west by
o'clock A. M. to parUclpate '
dtbe:? ljuoal Anif n ry. The Declaration' put Heru lad week .when the valorous feat of-of signed if.it was tbo same paper we alludo to 1 PORT OF S1. MUG-- VSTI.YE.AftUVCD. call. for the Big: Abtchas.or sU tbs right,'tide;sad

of Independence will ,be read by T. J. SMITU ticking up the News'. band-bill opposite our mbtaken. Probably. a mere cursory or ,or- interest of the said Peter Mitchell in so mach Uweofu
by fica achieved. Being decideconserve was ertor.1 shall be sufficient to ny and Mti"fy Ibe amuost ef
pronounced vine
his Dent
E.q.: at<noiation'wil law and all that .its content* caused r 27 Sleoibcr Charles Downing, &. wj .
Jr. The Rev. Mr. aiofiolIhe peNCe upholder of the brief pergfal ( J -- taxes due ixorn the nod Pelt.M.i together *: .
JAKE ft/Wonfcorr. Esq.,Throne'of Gruce.Jttg. sort of.thing, and especially being famous'for! ; lehave8Onbt hs'IhbuhZ s" This explaaatioa nah._ -_ .eta and easrges arising thereon f la baLi.js)7' '"

liOTtxcat'will- address-the. -'. his uun-beliigercnt propensities and oily figuring ;: lbs' Wblgbles'"caU .-afquibUe,'*' but we : &h. Stephen &;Francis Majee Chiriestoo.I Creek. : Iota or all &era. or Ie,., U &be .J Sites. .
: DUe Poinwnt,Black J&Sz c .
There) \1 be an exhibition of Fireworks ialirt occasionally resj/lutiuus Herald and\be at public lAcoFocos, appeal to.every candid.man'if his. not a plain --Steamer AWED.Z9Steamer.Charltw Tt CiOtcttrfffr AUtlun.Crnff. ..

evening of the 4tb of July In. honor ot'lhe. denouncing the him. I and correction of a palpable andobrious Downing,Dent, Savannah. Newnansvine.November 85U,Jai 9. ,
do mentions this tact to prejudice proper .
occasion. we not went along to I eteatalioaof the first'article in the, .. YilrlJt, 9 the Aewor of Tjxeejn and Iit-:
: ..; ," On the contrary we j>resuroe Ju> 'mbrep ''Charles .' ,
1 Magce, of ta'rn'I'etrQ6ry'Florida
: Frances
other"waNhorses. & 91' the County AUebija
Stephen -
'the t Sch.
aud restrain ** .
... keep the peace was ,Neirs on Itb su1iect.We baa returned 2uQ| 8 sera, ofUndly*!. ;
Our latest account fiora the interior advise : ...We have heard it suggested that bo on Uepublic" I do not makojihu aplaauioribecati; .'.' ton. ; name of-the Arredondo Granc. rabjectlftTaXadesv jft.

us d the capture uyAki.Barney of two relatives su well pleased at hb recent performance disposed to.blink any thi ng in regard to this 1 1i ciTy LICENdLS TO ELTAluEiU OF UUUOltd. aDd whereas.the claimanU thereof to"i:' die bsh
O'Flauijjan"that -I
noted M'W.Ca4sume'say his wife aDd stage as the s eager of-Judy I tud certain awlgns Arredondo,not bavisg gitamin ,!"
kbi "
tif disposed
not .
vook on bonrd be probably resume public l fr in office. Upon, this subject we arc I their taxable ia said eous,.asstordin :
daughter)and a negro who was a may i Clerk of the City Council hereby calls a list tf property
t doc C.ue, which wwi: wrecked near that line. to be mealy-mouthed.. We think that the public THE of those interested the alterations I >law,they have become liable homed '
the notice for
Inlet la 188,the whole crew of which ; interests and 'ereit'banded. Justice" to the I of of this yearto wee, the year one thousand eixht 14ihirtynine -
Mwquito 'is Wb have given that mendacious and prostituted made on the 5th day May ; and whereas.the said cluim+nis are d#*.
were.massacred;except himselfr represented print, "the News" and the' unworthy and friends of.tbe Admin'totral'ioo hero demand a the 4th-Suction of the Krdinance regulatingthe linqneiit in i the payment or the taxes Ul tharrat. .

to be an tate&igent negro and can give unprincipled intriguants who -own and control change. The'Post Otflce-is known here as the I mode of granting and issuing licences for the ', for thesaidywir-and have.no gnoda a.d ehaltekhi, ,

jtuportant information.and* This is in negro'was close confinement brought-I its columns fair warning. Our warfare with it head quarters of tbeNews, Btnk Harrboh retailing of spiriipus, vinous, bard other intoxica mid county upon wbkb distress. u.be made tosaWj. ,f,
to this city yesterday no longi r. We : within the City of St. Augmtuie"instead laid taxes t
aud them will be merely is broken which' ;
under ArmUtead Downing Whiggics and of date berebv gleeatbatlJaxszCuni
The expedition to :, and prevent discord of M and shall take effect from the Now. Notice is ,
the are retiring. Col HOT- bate promote : Tbo.principle of rotation then in and for the County ofIachna ht' {
up aud troops ami ill heeling in thb community. We Post-Mauer b a partizan. : thereof, and continue In force six months Tae Colt ctor
hey is at Black Creek.- Gen.Arinixtcad will be have overlooked repeated assaults upon ourselves in office applies as strongly:,to..thb_case i; asxt ensuing," insert M and shahs take effect from'I It Territory ..f Florida will expose.ix months ta p .l.ic"ay* v
Mid Ot
I Hou e ia Coauty ;q
andunbnrr ibe.CiHiit
in this' city in a few of days.A the late Captain Mason'scompany and our tricuda, political and personal. Our u it can to any. lie has held the'office for upI, ikejint day Of January, or first day of ensuing July I late hereof*'to wit: ontbe 6U AIJ of July.ie it.i
detachment next
excellent, talenteand patriotic Territorial be j in force fur tiotlte I' hundred and ,lha q'
arrived here from Fort King ou Tuesday wards' of four 1'8. If It is unprofitable Ten rear-one thousand eight forty
has been abused, 'snare-rte:, 1 of thall therefor tht turn of the heirs
instead claimed tad eat
at the head of Chief Magistrate and if tad pay 202.193 screa of Land by ;
last and hare U) a lttUvQvd shameless manner. ought to bo ra longer burthencd with "' "litoll thgrtfvr tLt UM of the
and calumniated in the most Dottari, insert, fay i law assign, of Arredoitdn; same being an ntfti'f : ,
,the Worta-Rlver.- Ever/.mode and means to wound ub feelings,to it b lucrative he ought to be-wilHng to givc it:, Twenty Dol,." From thi above it b son that I led interest or part of large tract Of land .... ;
the depot
Preparations are making to remove traduce his fume,and impair standing, have and not set up a life estate in it. Bye-nnd license is to be taken for 12 months whereby I u the\ArredonJo Grant C,"conttmiog two buodnd
) :
0 Pal. hatred tbs envy up dollars Clerk's fee is and eial-ty-uin* \' acre of land mote or lmlitnated ;
The personal of
resorted to. claims two
been 'be a saving
will: hereditary etfected.1 :
and thrre
YYe-undcrstand that IM white men malice of the News'cliptr have bud lull bye wemppoeetbere : P. B. DUMAS, Clerks itfAlachu* County ; bnnnded on aS Met.
nqfroes drtroed in Indian costume and painted, the ,and calumny,aad detraction nude to such stations if the Federalists get halopower. of!: principally by public Inuds ; the centre of lie taaT i
vent. All slang Sal, in an .Uible par Alacbtu.awKiKjuto tie I
time rer
Nuwnansville u short I A &W LOTS Grant railing for Ibo Erg
were captured near friends have the< superciliousness
of Besides OCCl
others our
him and
,towards to diu i aid daluflr lr. Ap- thereof and M. finder A
/9L ,the city in r gard Spanish Grant .nmya
since aud. 'arc are now, prison.'Tbere and pain Ail rumors afloatwbkb becn.heretofore unavailing,to provoke us to there that and disposition to be crusty and disobliging to j Pry kt Point U,.,*to A. POU JAUD. ibereor.; or ao much of the said ondivided part of l'.
confirmation many ,and which we think revere and overwhelming retort tOr certain persons not of hbparty has ndtreJhim ','. U. Daiwa Bank pots: taken lu pay uitau parcel of said Arredondo Grant as shall be wIcjeaT
require was such ample field fa our course: ,we have :' several and with that want of I .Julie V. 1( .O. X 10 par and unity the amount,of taxes. do t&ertaa; '
to publish.Mr.Dckcale odious to
injudicious at present been frequently ,rcstnttaed by those assailed, PeRBla..lp.'Ma from the aaidow'nert. orclaiminu, thereof, fogerba >
.S..J..J'.U X-A own co>. entire confidence iu some too much about, the I thereon to be veldT .
who connding iu the re.U'uou meir the public, with all costs and charges arising ;
Downing' has addressed a bin loog duct and tho justice of public opinion,regardedthe office, has caused several of the Democratic I BUY LAN rPpcduUI..auraat U ouch arnogewentr &J la bi in \M of fifty $&**eacn-or '"*-M rho Uw d'iteta;iJE33E .
) Editor WKilehurst avowing l'" lU4tli iwva>
epistle to r. tbosjjoutbcrnen assaults art this vile nettot culumniaiors as who du not wish their correspondence tuI. aUiu U-suue ia llw above srt. au a ruota aeLput CARTER.Tm .
and denouncing fit
stttf a Harrison whig, of scrums Dot c., But the recent provocations party I To Ladies. c.l/M.ln for AUtkiA Cnsty
who talk about'Northern Abolition I uuworthy be under the espionage of their adversaries to for hM torpo at Aealo.my. Ndwnatuville. November 25th.1t339. .
resolution P. f11. aced to
have .
News flock
of the caused of 4 ant f
btwe.u lb. tenure
ond forwarded other modes of '
be hates Van Buren letters by
taa. He'COoCCSIft held back no longer by such. get their, and 9. I' door Sale. .
and hoe ou our part to be mcthil to their lratlemen. betweu T
Puinsctt, because they turned lout Call I coiuiJcrtttious. Further or longer iorbiairuncc I conveyance,or'to adopt prevent I VVlmu the i-uportaoc md utility of iho art or wnting t J tracts ofUod.n Florida and .one'fa _
him Downing) of from beig even guessed at by Uw CERTAIN *"
cause they do nut think ( any towards theta would be criminal to our correspondents is compound who. tb, iJiilieuliie: ibatliuped' and lots of ground in the.al' '
great occouut aud tries to[excite udium again J ourselves unit public,justice. We will casual glance at post marks end the lm"d-wri-- I rner"M ..! the dud-nl.the time warted in iu imper- I. Augustine property of the h.ir* ofitbe.lat.llrto;
of war aboul the Indian war. lIia freeuds,1 ting of racriptiuu s. These ure the least rH of the pupils eoausr| follow
tno Secretary talioniM thb venal ZIIup fact jK-i.ui ition and the qiiu de Fongeiti* a* i
gun vita badly loaded, anvils recoil will do hie 1 effect of the Sex upon Without \ grounds existing in thin case--inyrc hints ; mare ,I r-uueiMH and aI.,..i i.rtttlie..ble habits by louts l tee..1[ 1. Six tnouuod acre oti Ulr 1 Cleek.

tenure injury than its discharge will those wboc ; pirutcs upon clwrec\ r- out \ and I shall be given hereafter i trust 'the PostMaster diuu vinctiee, without "lem.of a r gutar c lane ol 2. 'fit thousand acre on Indian RiversI
JO it was eumuL Hi trleuds are fast abaodonio; may '. We intend tb'spcak and to the General will not hetiita u to respond to iu-iructio A s1 .amofPiNMANtilIPmaced I 3.n OrangGrove, caHH Marine*. "\ A a 1e
boldly of the whole concern alloW I and U >UB storied prtuc.pteaV mhicl. the letxer.1 years i 4. Ditto. da. Dekspine !'2
Vyrickt ,
Democratic ( .
him. Mast the carryout
poor '. I world vho and vta they arc. Their bullying, the'wishes I I.$upcr.J.

J- 4' _.MJn..1!-and4heblusteriug, their clubs,IWOrd.c&npis the. principles. referred:tor by aaQevdy change, fiiu &im appeal pu-uiUteu upon not deter usi Tn rn veT6 nKirttrr3hr-iV '- -b.uI.-.bu..JLA ->* i u C.XVMKIIXM. render i ii. al note the !.B- I 7. A Plantation at Tota.ke.ss ,
urL .. J
ed from Washing-ton relative to draft wbic lIJ.ke is boast aa CD j repolien. elll tbep-tbuenb.daeder.tuw..r.d.ltte. rcammerritl 4 : TW and (ball:
,, a J. Smith, Esq.* pulled otf tha lion's skin; and cities of the eommunit and vast b* 1 1I.lldred. fiityeven. avrM; a a
ou the Alumaba. of ia .
was paid to Mr.D. levy,.at Washington: exposed the Burro moA :effectually; and tbe presumed to uiefit th*approlutioa uMlLT0 '. A fair and |legal County title, t m reantiar RidlUleud.deed of ieerfta.

\ 1t "conjectured by:many persons in tliicOcsaiaiBty pUiiutive. bray of the News under bb castigw- AMCCDOT or Puwtiv. -We heard the other .... th.ref m, m whom rfuemtion ef g anwiniLU I; nee,for any of the above)tract or lots dlaed eoevcy by tit. 'fi"t

+ ,"that the writer of.the letter is Mi. tion was too plainly heard tube soou forgotten. day'ibo following statement respecting 'the !'..- MCtfioplishmeni "u 'highly '|>|jai>n;. T. tbs I ubcribr, who has beta duly authorised by sn'ax.. aI
: All former apprehensions, it'any had been cr,- !, Itch Count ,Polaski, said Jtu have been handed lercnaut or Clerk to %%b-ui a tuptrior buvineo praM power of nttnrney. (from. h.iis of tbs Mar* :
,Downing the Delegate. We trust it is not the ated ,by their big talk and utrultinj,,,have beenextinguished. I:down from-some ot'the ,revolutionary patriot* like .tyi.iitheb..t recomeudjiion, and of the ut- i, qnisde FonKres.tA srllatl th*.bov parcels er, .;

fret. We should deeply regret for the hono I who witnessed the transaction. The gentlemanwho &j.Ve& iinpvrUiic. to inJividaaU whose willing! maybe j ji a Un appliraiiion to him, the fair and Ural titles to the ,i,

mi reputation of Florida that a man holding] Sustained"by the cheering support of public related i itj to. M was' ;General Felix Houston !i dsfectire. tiid I'areuu wLe may be unwi ling that same may be seen.' J'UN RODMAN
in .
opinion, the Herald will not taller in exhibitingin I II of.the army of Texan whoso beautiful style .i, the.r cbidr ftiould upeud evrri years anprofil-. Attorasp for!heirs of W..
tae of
lnaWcl.Itai. of a Representative \1er I ble !ahor' or imperfectly| i g un art which: r qa Tee liaesdAptil ,,
miserable junta who arestriving shall havo M-"IIU" Ffmtmt,
a light j the graphic description, we a task toimitate. .
proper I bas few dare. .r nr..rLt
in should be found guilty1 or a hecotlfidt'ntI&lyn me 28; -. 47-4w.
People Congress control the people, muzzle the ,
to press I b s system ef leic'itnf in It.Sort 0otntier of lt i Tntnufacturing and ,giving circulation to such and dictate the law and political action to this Pulaski as b well know:was as adroit a sword a band it oncer regular; bold,free, aid baa i ful can JYoticc.ta ,

pitiful. nders. We well know Mr.Downing. community,and to bold them up in all their hideous man as ho was in horsemanship, and he ever: beperfecilir ...iumlaut firmly .*tiWi.be<*. hereby given,lI.all forbid say person porchar

malignity toward our ,excellent and worth; deformity to the scorn of the public. rode a powerful and fleet |charger. During tho I I !h.B. doe Dul UMrtihat every pupil will arrive j sag or trading for any property real or,...". s
effect of Of the office holders in Florida under ,th 5 retreat of the ,Americanj I Army through! New tf Hie fame perfection at the ... period of time but beloa"ollOlbe Ute MARQUIS DE fjO UERZ& t.
Governor; and w. have seen that the l General Government two thirds are Wtygie .1I Jersey,iu the darkest hour of our national adversity J It ia bin inte.iliun.to wluch be pWdge himself u com- deceased situated in Florida and Geor!*. Tai we I

pko as bitter as bis is to.blind those affected Heretofore thosa whose recommendations had Pulaski was, with a small porty of pletein.ber.ry, best manner ill who may place lice u given ia eoiuequence of John Rodman,'Eiqr Y.0

with its poison to all truth and honor. But we I weight at Washington, and 'especially when horseman pursued by a larger party of British, i lhmelT -derbia chare.. of this city having dvenised too .a.,"sttsrsrsc:
Gov.Call and CoL Downing had influence, the July .. 1840 -4w for the heir of tbe Jlarqiiu de Foogem, deeeaaeaVtbe .
will nut yet nor till we are fum d1ed with irrafrigibie the leader of which was a good horseman and r
ha sole test of candidate for office with them wits mounted nearly as wells; as Pulaski. PuUski OUR week after die 1 wili apply iwibe Judas 1.following property to wit x 'Y
evidence believe that the Delegate ** of ,"and the inquiry F of tins County Court of 1..Iohnll County for Six thousand acres of laud on Black Creek ,
are you one our parrtzans rods in rear of his detachment, and tho British 2. Six thousand n'
so deeply degraded himself and his station. was not made as to his political principles, or, captain in,advance of those he commanded.- eye to uU the Real Estate or ARTHUR WHAD.i4V 3. An O'an*Grave acre called on Marine River.. > a 1

We,have taken pains to ascertain the taco whether h: was a Democrat or not. Henceas The morning 'sun was shining brightly,cas'ing j jobliaue !,d.e.. IH4D.. C'JIIUND Ada'r.JulyS. 4. Oinvi. do. De-pine, 'lit f 2 :

and they are as .follows:' Mr. B. Shines; thicontractor must of Uicirclaii ,worn Whigs, the offices'i shadows,and as the oursued-.---- r.I unri ':Die.;- t 5. A lot in Charles street 5* > i'

for building the capitol had due bin became possessed b'y that party. Since the I, cd a narrow lane, Pulaski;'!having satisfied, himself I .' .otee.S. 6. Slot*, I &Sliranda. J f ..
Somerset of thtiir patrons to Harrion most of of superior and,command of his horse .' week niter date I will apply tq the Hon. the 7. A pUntation at Tumoka. ;
several thousand dollars,for materials turnUhcd their creatures, n torigiunllr \\'hg; over that of hb pursuer.slackcned hIS pace and ; \ Judge* of the County Court of St.Johns county 8. Two hundred and(orty."YeD acres and a bit' .t)

and applied to for payment to the Commissioner eel over nls At few from prud uti haVOjump.1 his horse .close to tho side of the lane farthest .,r ieiten J of.administration the e.I.'es JOSE M. on the Altahama.eouiity of Riehmead ia Georgia. ,

of the Capitol who certified the amount to Gpv. profess yet to bo Democrats and I from the.sun. The pursuing officer came up in I VGARTE MARYL. LGARTE.umACLORlXDJLL. the. Tbe rent*,issue,and profits of the real u well aj' '.
MORESO.deceased.May personal property,have to. be applied to the** ;
ceived, firtutt offidi. The oS1\ctigone.their principles hot haste hiS sword elevated so as to make the
Reid. ;The Governor furnished Mr.Shines will charge of all debts tb-U ,ta.o alibi
i 7. t840. R. D FONTANE. mnj presented tc me
States change, a 4a-mode Call. Before ejection, decisive cut upon Pulaski. as:soon as he could nly dilly qualified Admluutrator of the Estatoof
Treasurer of the United
draft upon the. : and whio| m company 'witbDemocratll they reach him.. Pulaski ,,rodeos: though he heard I Ablke. VS'IX Marquie d. Foageree, within twe (rem ibis
.by the Territorial Treasurer,according to lawThese I. lay they are Van Burea men-yet they do all not the rapid,advance upon him yet be kept his ; we"b from"this dale I will apply la the Hon. late. Tber ro,. no relinquishraeot of year potfMsiioa by

drafts wen sold by Mr Shines (a highly they can to detract from the Administration ando eyes warily fixed upon the ground upon the i., Judge of the County Court of St. John ae as admiautrator of the property afomaid..will b* :
I I lender it Some abuse Poinsett side of his horse towards the has ht. County for Lettou of AdlDiniattaliea.OD the.Estate of Mde to the heirs '
.respectable man),in the Tallahassee market at > unpopular. sun upon ri or any person flies "y appoint,as
this and some another shadow of his FELICIA SOHLLLAN.deceutd art or all of the 1'1.1..well .. .
and tome Forsy, some one As soon as he saw the pursuer1 personal property may ,.
,a premium, which was perfectly proper, one of the chief men of the Republican Party and horse gain upon,him and found that the horse's May 7. li-lO. R. D. FOlfrANE.Sf. hue to be sold by me to satisfy the debts against the

or two of them were purchased by Mr. Levy on ill of them vilify Gov. .id rant about the Indian by the shadow, gained about half the length of ; Augustine Select d lUIeJ 1Jr ..kl estate before the tertninetian of my adtainistrs i'Joaorabip.

his own account. We doubt GoY Reid,knew war, and the Florida Loco Focos. Borne4mes his own horse's body, he Rye the sudden sword J:r FOK YoUXU LAOIC8 Jc GENTLEMEW. FRANCIS CUE. AdnrY.. .

of the purchase; It was Done of his.concern 01"business they.call themselves anti-bank men ; but cut of St George, with' bb powerful arm and!!! 1 N. order to afford every facility, and that nothing May 7,1840. ,$,|
I and the Florida fidtb.bond. I I JL oeceuary may be left nn<' at.lo dvaace ia i
and certain it is he had in itMr. Sail and Downing saw the'decapitaatbeadoftho English. cer SALH-WiU; be soUa. t
no 11 !
mode inferior to similar uutitntkm ADMINISTRATORS
agency not any ia th
Idols., Providence; to puoish'ift.if I
I bonks are their follow the stroke,k j I RAULLISOff. J'
Levy paid ,!!. Shines the cunent premium, nation for ftI-sins should inflict Harrison L lib Coat a had'measured the db- L! Ud South to.tbs..Huearion Afrs, BOYL of pnpia. of both seta take commit Ua OB the second Saturday ia July nexv ia Columbia i.

which we learn was twe ty'per cent In Florida 'on us at PrerfdenVinet'wttl-forth wilht beoorac tucoatr:1Ia, t.iceJt shadow so accurate f.revpoetfully to aojeatnl their jy purees cbarte.tbev and the public i county,a stock of Cattle between filly and one boav{

fe aao& conjecture.) ** 'This is the substratumof without any culty. All hereunder ; hb right arrni,while the cross stroke of hb pursuer lady from Charleston, Jtfua CASEY whoee moral ii
Terms-Ylfill be credit 1I ike first 'I
these people.' Every one can leethroulh mUst have been',made at..a much shorter worth and nJfbJy respectable qualifications as an in. a day of Janosiynext 'f
the disgraceful insinuation In the "News'" -'he,* Gimly veil they distance to love token effect that the pursuing tractor of joatb. lander her invaluable Ie seqaiai 'est from,by dale.giving note with approved necaritv on iatsr d,'

te cr against Governor. If should appear this time thq are Down tat ..Wuhtagton..Weknow officer lost bb head before suspected that hi* tioa ton 1is tars unutatioa. WH.IJ.'Adnuautfator.Ilamllun HOOKER l'

'th&t eke Mel to wrote this letter,"we can con.r1 .. a bans'of them are DOW at the National proximity was known, or that'a bow was medJ. Although dial.ieanel, lis'lDOata hare elapsed County May21.1840.,* 51 '
'' let wch. Uetr to fee Democrats tb re, lat 'I1' sloe the opeaingef this Academy,'yet such ia tbeficsnl .
aosMrtfo act" tsercagU : but POliIiCIJi" ,and revile the'Admiflbtraiipp eMswafeiMM U has already reeairtd,'jhal b .N"ee. ,

or g taUotp&Uoa f:tspoforo-of tomo1cffUjt and its policy. They affect here to 'b"-VS..Ift..spit.uiU- lace A.'. Phadpals;would J1Iadr'deem tBeasslves! vtrwenky aubeeriber- basin's taken out letter or.Ad .
rarest .wfcile Receiver, and"skce blia&ittlaIkMDelegaieralatingtopeettidary dwrinnir" ._. bctweea National'Loco: Forasoud bit "-Thb b tM tot ear ace ef a, well writ- 'tbs pstroatf' of a retpceuble sad afceerninf MUie.sld o.widl tbi wilt annexed, oaths st. mute
: iatareitint article hsj '.ea tab eeeaeiea .:ova.their ieeURjp effrautada of HENRY FERRIC '.r 8u Jobas '
trtasftetaa the Florida Loco Tacos although the prindpletofZboth kigbl oa the state af fords toil teaatyr *f
identical. the Loco thin r fa J trekad;which ia a late Hunt sans t tcSewnaiD&1ioa to merit dece..allwu are intay manner mdsbted.sie re*
tad'tie wiSh to acquire the.JMauvr.of are They say appears a oDtiDutia et it. quested to come forward and make and
her of of, ; TU'writer payment;
one our
trikiag the ta Uo o, instead of waiting for the lug Focos and demolition of Florida of seek all the banks lestruetiomupr'oot are too violent briars up in support popular of nb opinion **that Jinm. 18&0. t-8w. those'who have> claim agjainst said Estate, will 'pereenttbem

attack raid and so forth. We inland to unmask these Ireland .1Il1OO&1 put forth a powerful hand in t>itC, I duly prated within the time prescribed .'
by law. or they will b forever be rrad ,
Tho ClIO of Mr. Harris ot Middle Florida of gentry and show their connection with and theta directing tho movements of freedom in Europe," 18 a'Ngll1' ",BENNETT that the partnership WlLSON.ia hhbeito etistsag HESTER

lir, Boares of Dural, and several others hare pad the wherefore they ore knead go blindfold tho evidence of.her great and growing influence Wbwlright.4'Elaekimith between Bosioeas* at WbitesviUs the Administratrix with tbs will .anstzid.

toll sI .to..ar.4.'a proper time,when the for the faith bond banks and against any a the Oaf of,,reform, which has been E. F.,ia this day distol?ed by mutual enasent.MayM.l Na tI. '-8w -- .I
and all modifications of their charters or any progresKng spiritedly for torn time past in Europe a. H C. WlUiCUf. .. .
Dtllgtteit her to answer them la person'. we legislative l\etf race to'public fro "England.his long oppressed Ireland. P. 8."Tbe Public are respectfully Ia formed that */ apply : t

.ball Cite $te full particulaw. loss by the faith bonds orto compel the red.emp. Ireland in return will do this oppressor the fa the bmine.for the(uteri will be carried en by IX weeks attar .s--l will to the Jodgesftbe'.Coantv -: ,"

lntimiaion that GOT. Reid had drawn il- lion or their bUll in specie.some Some are gents, fOr.of redeeming her from thraldom, and of U 8, BENNETr.Jfii'f'ilJB. .to administer Court' of Su Johns County''of ANY for GEt pemission l.:' ("
the. Estate
IfJa1I1 to pony for *his secretaries," is of apteeewhh ettorafes corm rtocHolfcrs,some f.-' ', placing her true hearted patriot above the pow GER. <. on JNO. LOTT PHILLIPS. .'

the rest of the letter most if not aU of.them Dnroas.and'map1 otherwise are. er State of that of destructive, and alliance whose and l Q tX weeks after date 1 will apply to the Hoe.s7 June II. JUO. :;
nobility bishops
and immense
tnortgagtd to the banks, dare not.do Judge of the Coaaty Court of Colvabia "
than their mandate' If they will reveaues'tuck out the very beut-blood,of the County 4rench BrfJlt4l1. '.:
,obey for war or sdmtaietratioa'DO the satat of NOEL '
JtitsepttCoapscthtraltiI, Esq. has rued k? cask iarroodav' ; .
.serve mommoa let them dolO but while deroted potfUboriag population. Depend upon it.-the RAULERSOtf,bis ot said eoanty. des SQR. a .:. _, )
1815. :
Ala a ttCothto HM U. I, Leak at Phfladd. ; to that idolatry they.should net approach the time to comiL wbea the seas ofi the Gr.-tale CLLENOR RAULEE80N. 5 do. -J.JRtmeeeJofsaJeby ,.
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