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: December 18, 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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\. : :1_, .. J''Z. ..t.. \ J. .. From London Soldier and.Sailttrf'Magazine .,.For the bil'I'c.was of,the' Mississippi. thirty:i For;expenses of breaking i and fencing In Jacob en' el c..49 \Qgnesurfor\ fa.ooeranfa del .
TH E BRITISH ,RIVER OF:DEATt ., five thousand dollars \ ground after the, removal of the.Winriebagocs, Far .
.a ''I A'1g 'TArtt1t&deep,sixty vide 'and'eightyifout mile* :For expenses incurred by the Commissioner inminalion as ''per'seventh( clause.of'fourth,.article' of.. the ;. ,"Nit U lc'qdttJT& lu cetrkd j;. nt J cavd3Io '

'-long.constituting the estimated J senor of claims under the third and fourth same treaty, ten thousand dollars. : .' de protdput,hastdqwi'venga&ju 'Iuideurcniiado ,
Wg._ t m i ij icetinffliquon.annually consumed in tAe ..UnitedKingdom. articles of-tho treaty, of July;eighteen hundred To carry into-eflectthe treaty of the third eldeseadodeldsnacvmex; lfuekor6laaperanzadeJosgemHet. .

ts rum tsgm I11UBSDA.T, .. and, thirty-seven,, with said CbippewaSjof .the September, eighteen hundred and thirtynine, ." Gen.49. Sedexaverencstovaticinlo
JrB,3.t\T$ ,J Dread River I on thy fatal more :. .> ., Mississippi three hundred dollars. with the. Stockbridge and Munsee tribes,of..Indians que el cetrc' boIacdeJa.beranfJ
.+. ; ,_ 1 /I lood'mnd gar'd wittYawe-ctrbck aithC" ." .For the Chlpp was Saganaw. .,five thousandeight "ratified nlh.&Iny.ei&bteen hundred pertenece> la multitud. Si no fuese do la tribe
., .f.. Sfine pdiiiiw:rxif AXU t i wrxi"' "" ',' .. Whije Vtfioa ra1eYHb.rore. -' hundred dollars.' and forty, tbirty:*ix thousand two.hundred_.and este poder soberano'cifrado en la cetro ella no i '
"t. JrIJ.Dy.A.'NcZ.' : Da/kaj the.,depth of deepe'tn"nhl,, cents ,
For expenses attending examination of sixty-five dollars and forty podria perderlo:nadie podia quitarle que ella ;

iUrafisbuds ieiierh .tJODe 1 Dollar per- qnara I pztcl ea came,a joyous band, : claims.agajnst.said ..ofSaJtaozn ,A Approved;: -20th,1840.QUESTIONS. no tenla., Absurdo serfa el tecirfionafrttvrtceptrumde u;;
'tat' t La fifttia.erikn,.ttid \'& tIlOl'ewb.>ub.DEMOCRATIC And Jh jbtless*drank with youthful glee v : der the fourth article of the treaty-'of.January; :Jude
sr \ 4RUtoae. .Lo..ulherdtUMt.l.d. ,r .Adiac olJ sapi .& .'. "1Vieb'notes n.r Praise the;'fluI'dthe stand i, i eighteen_'hundred and tbirty:seven. ,'three'thousoad -' I" ,.. -'' ,, w, tribu no,:"estubieso 4 de -- ... .'.
1". HaSOare. _.. Each eeba D1ock"d the ... ; .djA fitcboBdrcdanelfiftyi ..: .
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_ .-. .' u ,. ; iApan, fx'4>-to II j goes and Newark Inan3,oge, .'.> ireFor 't t In w.hat mannoftdbyou propose to-benefitusby.the.establishri rnente "quandd', bWs*:t. S .. ,.t1i
'. :' .. ; !2<& -fVJOT.i -' :-.- >.J1naae1rpme'.nd-.jih'Nm..ia,And pNd, ..1 hundred, dollars* ... ,' ,&.1 V : f. 1. .1 nt.pf a1 National Banklun Judo hagta|que.vin4 e '_ .. .t 1.C .
National, Bank. us.fraught long they drank lhtflood of flame { : '
on. to a the CWppewos, beat>t S, ao.4Por.qwalo.mies ,fa not wealth produced by laborjj .. ,' pl, lea :'
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"' wl"'r iQI' to otir frefllwtltutlonsand'thslib.epec wal 'nog can'4 the.na4fouig le'd. : thlgy-four thousapd two hundred and"nine **#wealth is produced by labor, do "" P'I'1",1.i ... :' 'z

CJWli'lVi .eTromlU the central necessary'great andstrolling and', llookdaia-4iittOh"bowihaca'dI *. ty.dollars. ".--:/ ., "i; "< .! pose ioigfre:(b he: abot'orsiniore'%' "'.3e ella dos verdades, una chili otra m .

a power. over currency That band with feeble step drew nigh ., For the.Choctaws,fiAy-fivo thousand four bun.tired they':produce Jtf thejr dforn labors T t1c.e' 1 Ji 5i y de los tribus; f la teaida' ,A' .

I I ',_Gtoe38 .ibe0oBniry, dffeclive ppposiUoBClothe in principle present ,, And long upon the bank they ru'd.s' and eev D1Yr.ti..v.'doUars. .1. I Ifyou.dt> who: .do 3EpHexpect;will.produce; i f ttas, quando hnbieae aafido:para"tubas";
,. Banking system,** 'And frenzy, gfaz'd each bag card. ,eye. t For the Creeks slxty-three thousand nine hiih-. this wcalth.whichTou propose, .
and "umtafQ'Jq' practice; and requiring a radical' # ,', ,. .it'-\ 't. .'' .' togive'to labor do la naeion ju4a. este pod er soberano bien ,
, < dorm A total separation the fiscal concerns They beadton plung'd into the stream;: I ,;Jtl dred and forty dollars. 'II- t ers oyer and.above.wbai they themselves earn. fucse porI latuerzq de S"annas;6 por disolucion '; .- .

.toe Government from all Banking institutions ti. :And long I cawthem straggle there! ,( '. : For payment oflhe claim-presented by-.toe or. produce! \ q del cuerposociaL' Qtiien niega la primera ver- ,
beat goad.proservation of pur.Ksliooal And.oli!the horrors df jhat.dream 1.: :,. Alabama",emigrating compnoy.andallowed ty Will it beptroaiiced >y the,wHig dandies with' dad 'desacredita etiC,''rise'mew en nn, .

.as tfaa. Independence*, .Encouragement- lliey,sunk at list.in deep dart : the accounting officers thirty-eight'thousand"six, silk stockings,:gold iDg.cabin'breast,'and : CaDS 4h gtosas arbitrariasquo-! aiempre,dczaa' .
; :', hundred. and forty-six dpllant cider barrel canes who neverdid a"day's work expuesto el credito del.profeta,comparadas coala ; ;
based fasts ;
/ 'support to all> ;; .upbn soundprincjipics | Tioopaftcr,troop cam following For the.Chlckasaws six' dollars. '
;tr*eWtto tad dtspositibn,at all times? At that they sighed then deeply drank' thousand .in"theirivps' '' xr I mfama.historia wgrada .Por'Ie1contr"
" M r'edoeieh' H*if k4tti to Gold and Silver;add aq i I. Dot plnog-d within the flood.l laat. For the .Cherokees,'seven thousand' -six. ;hun-- 'Will it be produced by,tho bankrupt specuia- fixada Ia Idea'natutii t,ysencllla'de la soberania,. l i.
I pfovisieci "-iaH.::nk charters,requiring And in the flood forever.amak.i dred. and forty dollars... tora'whogorqundtthe country,and'talk with todo el raundp halla verificada exictamentd la t -

,, ..express.. security to be pve.to the State for ho And!ben the"locely' .do,'.t od, .. For the Dehwares dollars;Ich th andthreehundicaand '- .. tearsln /fheir eyes,about the!'wages of labor! i prcdiccion! ;,del Patriarca. Los:qoe.no;;quieren t kadmitir :.
forty.four ; Will soberania
< itwberpruducrd.bytbo' bankers, the broi noas .la iantSstica,
&eiritruet'ia'rpecie an demand, and *. quo no.en- .t'
And there the :
" "fa* ction nf aV acct,;'of incorporation .,While disturbed rpb..chiJclbHidu.the t&III800d. i-x .' For1ho"'Caddoes teo'thobSand'dollar& kers,,thex,speculators',in.comer,lots,'the idlers cuentran cetro tn'Judl nasta que Davkl fue con1stituidp t .
f tie Legtslatrera "- And salt tears aw.U'd; the hUcken'dI tide.' :: I, For the Florida.: Indians, ,nine thousand sit dandies,and purse proad nabobs without whoso tey..' &!' ;:' ae babia: rein''sobro t.J

... ; hundred, and ten dollars- aid the whig, party would, hold,together.a esta tribu,y obre todas las demas,'pertehecia & .
T .JtATIC.P&INCIPLEd.. I'.' the atream/and atood'beyond' : '.. For the IoWa.seven th usnod.eighi:undred. WMatfit.? la.de: Benjamin iPavidihasta, rauertfl.de Isbosetbr f.. .
f Ali piaaMfru a1Go er'umeaxcoafiaedwith Mynada' r.lleamesIA..c' and seveat .five dollars '" ;,If it'wiU4n;: $;be produccdljythese: persons, bijo y sucesor de Saul, no pudo extender 1 1el .
.. bound
Who. ihe fiend that led them ;
t pia tUdo8a1 1kgits! ., ,And sank.them in,eternal.woe.. ., ; For the Kickapoos,five thousand five,hundred ..who will produce the wealth you propose to'give 'cetro fuera rde su'p roafas'volvib p14'tribo. Antes 'de 6O J :
dollars. '
Ko Pubjlc'Debt;either by the*Ccneral Goyemexeept -. + f W,owed and above, our own earnings 1; .e a ,qyedarreducido esto cetro 4 los :
11 JI "P by l3tatei, : fof subject'of urgent .. For the Kaskaskiasiand. Peorias, three thousand ;-And if you do not confer upon us wea1thwbidr mismos terminos,porque las demas tribususan-: : :'
-e06cMiity.I : '.cl ,; : la's J11rh1P II'. dollars. t I' '. ; we'do pot produce b1.U 'own labor are not all do de, Bu.derecho,despues del-fiadlecimiento de' '

', ''.," ton by;fee jGeoerat :"Government of For the Kanzas.thousand and forty dollar your pretensions of special favor, regard for ,Salomon, le confiaron la tenencia deiu cetro 4.Jerobban. ., '

r / the debte l4alrea y coatraA.ted by the'Btates' ., t. z For the Miaraies fifty-two thousand. six hundred -: Laborers,a detestable humbug, adopted only to 'Por la'transmieraclon'de'BabUonia,. :. '
No extensive system,of ,Intrrnal Improvemehu, c ir I and seventy-eight dollars.. impose upon our;imagined want of intelligence; desaparecifi de la casa'de David el cetro de Judi..
.eitber by "!lha 'jGeseral Government vc* .by For:expenses of the commission') examine ;Is.not National Bank a Scheme by.which a Rest tuidos do este cautiverio los Judlos vitieronrepGblicamente

claims under the.fifth:and sixth articles-of the few inch can,live without, .labor).upon'> the earn, ,bastaque AH9t4bulorestableci6 '1
i T'iil onaf' 'barrier''against' improvidentTbSboaesipayment i' Miami treaty of eighteen hundred;and::.thirty f.is ofthq'man y, it:x fs'nb la monarquia ; crodelliMIIe'dsDavi d padieTolvi6 ,

" 1I eight, .in.daitlon ,to.appropriation of 'lasyearfifteen i a Nati onal'Bank owned and'controlled' i reinar ni fue gefe'de I.it repQbtica., -

., bundred.dlla : by a few 1, ; da '
; of our debts. f 'r. ", Begun la opinion: |'os quo' ho admitefl otto
:. tnsdt>edieaturnfrom'za.caocaeire i Credit Sjs-. For assistance in agriculture,stipulated the i' :JJoes t noj Uiai'fuwTiavQ Iha power to rndkepa? cetro que "-d6Ios fmODDlCU;'&'Ia rofedal'do' s

tea ir fifth drtic of the treaty of October sixth,eightyeen Per money pleily osatrce at will Jr. .. ii Jacob iii gui6.un vacio:'mu.d. .509 aura, .en I i
; .o* DD tiori' Ix4eroea Corvrntncotand hundred and eighteen' two;;hundred dollars. Cannot; they:malieprica high.by-the issue:ofabrunusuaj.ouanjitriof que sus nijos.vivieron raonarquta domesticany ,
For Ihq Eel Rivers" .one thousand. one, hundred. I their, ,
ations.rcooaectioa de sometidoa
{ : t_ .LAWS:' Or ,HS U5I1XD ..STATtS.PASSED; THEnksf'SESSION dollars. paper money jpt tlempo en tieropc> mas.de eto.Q
.. O sticlt>erretcbartc'rotb tilleg:. or THE.TWEJETT-SIXTH. .' .... r male prices low,:by withdrawing from circular ooho,:veces al despottjmo extrahgero,.'El. cetro '' .

., ,I...'..1- ...,..Mr' ( -i'rl' : '. 1. C05GEESS.AN .. thousand1 1 T fight tlon* that,which ualreadjjssuedr' : ,,. .. .. monirquico apcrecifi en Judo alcabo de eat ,

r' between* I IiKb'pntserMioi .state._ .. '.., 7'. 'r1i/1.7f'-k., Ca'npgt those whb,own and control a National pen do;'desaparccid .porlat\ierm: > !&de '
) lorj -. -, ., 27- '. if.I droll Bank,with their jwxrtScular friends in'all the cl:' abucodonosor. ,..<;ue despc ando- de'llrfc' rata' trl- "
Btiiin- % ACT .ties.andfyniageaofc:,the Union'buywhcolhey' .b Pi:lalleT6pri30ajera&Babilonia6dOaCos in.,

Mi n.Law... I ba 1Qw. sell, rhen b a 14 .'' '. .la.,yleIUUG. .'- :1Mo'" faJdvlar -. : .

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splendid Government or.atfAriatocrac1.t'found. an 'rte' dor.tcrwnw pprjeflda tfem :

'tjd,on'b r king institutions and tnonied corporations ces. aiBe veto; ;una vez qoe,sus gpa'deccndfen J pocja Rim, ._ I.
,under tha guise and cloak of their favor it m a few to kcenmulatetvitbout laborra portion:of de' &' llegarpn n ireinar.la ttrcera.parte do ---

hag branches of tnanufoctures, commerce and tenlatitet of. the' jntied,State* of A the wealth earned by those who do labor lAnd todo el jcomprehendido en la'proferfo.."' Estos

: navigation riding and ruling.over the plufderedpJougbman grew assembled, That the sum cf tw ., .___ thun: is not this the essential and odious fiqcTple son los dos'de la nueva fundiclun de cetros
and beggared r yeomanry. This will thousand dollars'be and.the same'.is hereby aplpropriated othe'on rchics Aristocracies es of Europe < desconocida en tiempodeJacob' Yo declarar6lo .

t be;to them next blessing to'the-arc&y of to be paid out of any moneys in the ,. or s c n ,n? the :examination .of 1Yould.tbe" '. que me pasts con su profecia, cuando.yo cur., '
J I their first aim acd perhaps the surest Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable claims'under r 'thb second article of the treaty' few Nobles and.Lords give.a far. saba l s'estudioS'; de la sagrada Escriura' en la:.

J' stone to h."--JeJ/enm'i Memoir*,.hold-stepPlDg.1' the President of the United States to cause to be with the Osrges, in addition to appropriation thing for their hereditary titles and distinctins, aulas. permitidas per el gobierno opresivo de mi ; .

made an exploration and.survey..of that port of of eighteen hundred and.thirty-nine,eleven hundred if they did .not confer.the power to appropriate.. pats: Pam un codJibeto de'ostenta propuso .

"This is the state of;parties now.existing among the Northeastern boundary line of the United dollars. to themselves, without labor,'a.:.poruon of the J, la r estioii del advenunientodel MesJas contrala
'us;it' literally and,truly a question ,be- '' States (and the adjacent country)' which separates For the Ottawa*, four thousand three hundreddollars. earnings mass! incredulidad de los Judfos. Mi preceptor mo }'

twecn rsorLt'and sorer! between men on the States of Maine and 'New, Hampshirefrom "' I _These.are questions to which every Laborer sugiri6 para que arguyese en este acto las pala- f .

one'side, and xocr on the other! between' the the British Provinces -For'the Pottawatomies twenty thousand.two ', should have a full. and satisfactory answer. ,' bras de Jacob, dic3endome- 'Segun el vaticinio
'.. intelligence and virtue of him to whom God Gave It.Jt. T. HUNTER hundred -'d lIal' /' 1 i'Orsandaga r Sentinel de este Palriarca,"ee cbnservaria el cetroi de Ju.dea / .,

the dominion of the World and the.dead weight SptmLer of, tke Home,of RepnttuMitei.IUI. . For *the' Pottawatomies of Huron four.hundred .' ,. \" hasta que,viniese'el -ehviado del .sefior ; H ..

. of.the purse, of.him who has loaded himself M. 3UHN30N,. dollars. ; ; /' ./ ;.", ',! :"I: 'goifrr.: high,wages".-as'Daniel Webster ricest,'que esta tribu pcrdi6 su.Hey;'y su cetro al

With the things of the World_CoJ.T. 1L Ben rue 1'ruWl= of w l'wiwlSl4lU. For the Pottawatomies of..jhe. Prairie". ..sixteentbousand'dollors. said during the war..whcn he voted to put 816a set xubyugada por un conquistador.extrangero
the Senate. '
'" .d PrttUtnt of /' ". .,' : day into his own pocket, and refused to vote y conducida cautiva 4 Babilonia ;4ue ** aecirmuchdtiempo .
,I 20th, 1840. :
,j i"I' Approved. July' '4U VAN BUREN. For the Pottawatomies of the Wabash,twenty 88 a month to the balf-clothed;half-fed soldiers antes de las setenta' semanas do

. "I conceive the establishment of the United ,I thousand dollars. who were defending their country, v Daniel; &edsv&tst.'qi1e fel Mesfcis que reconoce-'

States Bank a direct violation, and dangerous to [Pc uc-No. .23.] For the Pottawatomies of Indiana seventeen muchiglos
; be free spirit of'.the Federal Constitution, andoppressive l gappropriationsfor.thecurrentand thousand dollars. \ 0"r'; : Friendship often.withdrawshisurm when you <
AN,ACT. dollarsFor stand most in need of his services; but Enmitywill Jacob falsa.** La i ''
and hostile to the free ibStitutlons of of the Indian Department : For the Piankcshaws, eight hundred proteclade cs objecidn Pamml
the,American,People. contingent and for expenses treaty stipulationswith the Pawnc-cs,.nine thousand, six hundreddollars continue to kick as long as,the mark is.with.' era'tan'fntricada i como la rnetafliica y l Idgica I .
fulfilling! .
'This institution.is one of the mat deadly hoe.tt1iityexisting the various Indian tribes for the various I .. in his reach. quo yob ibia oido entre loa Peripatsuco?Mica!|" '

against the principles and. form of Indian tribes, for the year-one thousand eight.. For the Quapaws four' thousand six'hundred "TuE cdr4lico ponderd la dificultad. aGadiendo, quo1 lo -'
in letter JEW*"The riumbcr of Jews in the world clavnsmenlafrcntelasoluc&onslemprequehubieSe'n'gun .
oar Con ituUon.f-* ah Jftfenon, a and and sixty dollars. : :
I hundred forty. = dOver the whole earth.!a'proverb .ntinase con'ella:Sin duda tarn- ::
New York four
Nations of
to Albert Oalllllia.1 Be it mailed.by the Senate:and House of Repre- For,the Six \. que .
- and word all nations1 is estimated "' nolesatisfacian
a bye1 birth 6.1a: losindigcstoi -
: tenlalitt the United Staler Of America in GVngrttt sand five hundred among gnprabay
Fresh Creed assembled That the following sums be, and the Scnecas'of New. York} six thousanddollars at rising 3,000,000'about the.'number led by. or enl r (s con que el comua de ios cssolistiun .' ,
," Joshua into ;,
AVEKY & PEUI'ALL having en the one tho land of promise. ;distinguish cos P reteiidiadesttarsunndogordanaTodoera
MESSRS. co-partnership, offer to their frieuda thousand they are hereby hundred, appropriated and forty, for, for year the pur. For the Sioux of Mississippi forty-two tbousv German has said thatsincc the beginning of.this fabcrirto, dO dondebadie podia salir, porquo :

aid the towbUe generally,'general assortment of a. of' .et$ the current of, the Indian and five.hundred and ten dollar..- century'more'':'Jewsliae' been 'brought to the el hilo Ariadna era urt' contrabandQ ri7,uisi- .
eplondid GOO d u have ever been offered in the pose paying expenses stipulationswith For ihe..Yancton and 83 tie'Sioux four thousand knowledge of the Christian faith than during all, mamente prohibido poi las otdenan as defpodernrbitraria j
fulfilling .
treaty I '
have aprtd neither trouble nor eIP'eo. Department centurie. ':from the death of La,lux del. .
e y. .They Indian tribes and contingentexpenseto three hundred iuid'ft1rty dollars. tho.; preceding. ra2onlos cbnocimientosderecho : r { -
various ,
la wkcUBg Mch aw the food tae and judgment of the'ciUttBa the ..
Christ. natdraly .d.Vtno glade
of AognatiBe would,approve.'Their stock be paid out of. any money in .the For the Sacs and Foxca of the Missouri seven ; ; quo ftodos '
the .Ui Ie and otherwise appropriated. thousand'eight hundred and seventy dollars. carelamSCon solo dfccurrir sobre lasrcctas'nocibncs .. 1 '
cenatetaof elmo.nr,;.rtlde of > fancy Treasury not MATERN-it .li draw-within the del '.7-
Dry Goods Une,;.och a.'Donaeitic*,'Clotni, Caam-} For tne:current expenses of the Indian Department I For the S acs and Foxes of the Mississippi I ,fife, uLTua. we nf podor lioberano de.los pueblos -.- .- \
mothers :
remand Veattng'-t-ladta\ Bobber Capet,:and Pon ty-four thousand_five.hundred, and forty dollars. circle of contemplation the' acivilized ; combinSndolas cos'el co]put de l s ttemsubse9uentts" -. : t i
tviz: what. 'do_ 1
nation We'behold ,
: wtttce.k 1)0 riredi : .
to ;
8hawk. GWea and Silk Mualin Delaine For the Sacs, Foxes, Sioux Umabaws n ,
Uotiery. of'Indnanaffairs -
of the superintendent' .
the dincuipuesto
For I
las .
: ,
pay artificers riot frail andper.QM rl u: ao "a zanjados
Saafly*, Mariitoa,. Dombaunei, French Ei band and Otto 'and ; three thousand dol"MUtl. so many working on ., -
,, at St.Louis,and the several Indian agents IissoUrlas, : ,faues rz, gun Ics enemigos de la"fe-ip3CK+n pi 4 i
-.P. ;
Aowricau Print a, .tf hawla and Dre* ilandkercbt la ..n.d361i Mm\ff3itt\ are toe lSt forl lo !
i as. ld d by the acts,of June thirtieth, eight. Shawnees seven ., S&BJJO AftTAucna-erarvoy a nacer anora quo
pro 'thousand-
Bcarfa and CravaU. AUo.Tuican Florence and tr8Pi' rorlhe the artist whrseeenius Ittrill -- 1
, .sixteen thousand. ever. We applaud toraando los hcchos !
de la verdad
Hoodii. ,' aitortment een hundred and thirty-seven dollars. .. undo enlionor '
lar ev
Doaiiita.had AIM o( dred and eighty ? the mimic man'upon the car los l'
' Ita aad Capa Boole.ftISboe..rdw.r: Cutlery, five'hundred dollars. For the Senecas .nod Shawnees. ;two thousandundeiat'r ... present_ .N r-{firW--.,tau mas all!!, de (la .profecia y.siguiendo :
authorized the act j ->-
tU Ulea,Bridteaand Spare, Crockery and Tin war For pay.of sub-agents..t..nrvr/7-.L.-t1.u; by :tl : d,+lt.rs. thousand six-hundred [ works out hi' image indri marble= pasos dd los tribes nasta don a sear ..concer-. .
j' .
ToIUi ,T aufii.rpelUajs Of 's;l/ --.1 +\A" the ScOHCU two. these achievements, niciitesiestapartedemiconfesion.r !
lAOkrcg G_U.a, + [ 'For. t but how insignificant are .
, Rs thousand dollars authorized- by and sixty dollars. ., ... : j" though the.highest and the fairest in all the de- Es" constante que:nl emfgrar ?Egipto la fa- \ --t4 j jI'

:Abw a ,.Ty'a.Wttaeetof GR CERiES and. I theF ,the pay of i interpreters three hundred, as dollars. For the Wyandols,siz thousand eight. hundrednd ,.. (partment ot trt, in comparison with the great milia de Jacob, impelida do la-hambrO'jr de'la .. "

PROV8lONaX the IH! frMd and qualities wb hitu same act eleven' Indians, authorized. by tho forty dollars.. dollars. vocation!I. oC human.mothers! They work -snot I'alta fortuna en.,que.nUf seballaba IU hijo JosS, ,. !""
Borland Wine bf verirdeaciipt n.amonf For presents to For the \Veas, three thousand the thaVshallor the,marble that. independencia''libertad, ,z
'. '' the ''dollar 'I upon canvass conserve la con quo
of Delawarcs
Brandy thousand
, rid'and. cbolcei.otd artide,Champaifne Cognae do J old JaintfeaKwaIIotland I same actfh'o of provisions for Indians,'at For \\Vyandots\ Munsees, and' |shall crumble into dust-but upon"'mind, upon vivia soberSnaniente en su pro'pip pan,'pasta quo :' -w
. Viata| of ISM, I Ix For the purchase vtsit'of thousand dollars . ., : i last forever and.which is"to "
Gin,and UOIMMW. Liqaora .r.U kink I distribution annuities; while on, one u 'thousand spirit_which to muerlosestdos personage el monarca su ;: ? t
M &eni 'i old'Sou*aid..Madeira. !iDtar* of 'IKft; the with superintendents and'agents For the Winnebagoe dollars.ninety-two" bear.for, good or' evil j J, throughout its: duration favorecedor; ,', sucedio lat:a ervidurhbre; Q undo '

Pen u4 Gold Sherry laU. D." Gordon's, tit Co business when.assembled public business eleven etg't hundred and sixty'of the Commission appointed (he)impress of a mothers plastic, bandrTfe6ster. faeci6! el ?rimcro, nunestab.1ems esta'adversi- ; .

Sherry; ld and,mUd _Anchor and Palmelto Cham- and: hundred dollars ,For the expenses claims undcr\trenlywith Winnejagoes I .. dad khunullante: enleS 17 aflos contados desde ., r i
thousand eight .
Porter, to'exaraine '
Brown Siam PbiUdelprua zit the sev- !
LOMOD basta u'fallecimento,
poi,be buSiness required su cmigracibn au | mejoraron
c Air 'N''Y >k Al* in n net.. ,Chain: For the necessary thousand in lieu of the same sum appropriated .A GOOD CosTODBUMrWhy is newspaper de casa con las del ter. t
a'4 thereof, two. tos derechos sn yentajas j
piiga C"adet; Lemoe Raspberry and Pin Apple SIr eral agencits,ane repairs le.st.year for the Sioux erroneously v', five. thousand I like a tooth-pick Because,every reran should. .,. rttorioque.lefuo.concedidoparasunuevoestab. : .' .
r_'iII ekli-d I.etchipM best of Green and dollars. ffi five hundred dollars.Forxpensesattending'. use hU nwn.and'oot_ _.___ borrow his neighbor '_ .
it.t CoftV* Sugar.:&101.... Sperm Oil and For postages, rents : thelremoval'ol, tho' n -- lecimienta jua esie eswdosobreunb ia prraeaa j
8trai Oyu Oteahir bhtitS Gorfien Batisr.Irish Palat.a and other contingenciesatationary.fuelforo of the Indian part: Winnebago Indians from their present residence. I I entre las benedSciones. con que el patriarca, I t i
incidental ex- Nfc \V-The census of this city which natnralex,col-
Batiinwr Howard aireetrourSHnmD.wT ; for transportation and neutral ground.across the :TJtOT, despedia de sus adoJtivos.y .- : I
merit and
aperSaa totbe' .
; arurlej 'dollArs.II Wisconsin ii' shows'that thee population, de Entre : 1
c.eeo. ebo.c thousand five hundred number at tout, just completed' ocados en la/circunferencia su labor :
"tea's 0..1 the
l1'L Mine extra,.tiatent do rof .o>*ku f.d ahewirt*. penses.'thirty-six of one clerk in the officeof the Mississippi river:estimating cost'ten dollars each. ; which in 1830 whs 11,587, is pow 19,376,(having ,-. las declaracjones de su Gltima voluntad,unos son :.
l-orthc salary to
,Ju A,. stias.,Ne .y,. 1840.. II i suner tendent, of Indian affars south of the thousand five five tltousand'doltars hupdred : i increased' in the last ten years7,786. ." ,or.over' peculiares, ,'generaleai.rcn, la claosula da '
4 Ibrty '
dollars sixty per cent. cetro es peculiar dc JudSel vatecink. ;de que naxceria i
for the \V
_Y Uee. Missouririver, one of ccr- For+,ithe| erection of a gristmill mne.baeocs -
't the lion., the. into effect the stipulations sixth clause the ; de esta tribu elv-Mesfas; .pero.el: po- ; ,
0 ,
after data,[wWI apply For carrying as stipulated in the "'
IUL weeks connectedtain 'CRAMTW=A disease hat affects a few men in der .soberanoT' 'p4rdida .habia'de lOt' .et ,
laws ; ; 'cuya
of Dan County the of November "
with them .
Court IndtantreaUcs
J .'Jad of the Connty fourth1 article i of the treaty t
(* or the =a few the mindbut i most men U indicia.desuhacimientoves I transcendental 1 .. '
the estate ; body : In. '
r rlettar< 'of aauuniatiation upon \therewith, Yiz: first; eighteen.hundregi thirtyseventhree t' "> 'ri "' '""' i
,' Widow; late 'or"id' County, For the Christian Indians,. furhundreddoij thousanddollars. 'N. ; [ :. thepocketrs--z'-. -- "t.. .r' > ,- r'i : todas las f tribus, unidas" exU"nce de un mode el"y .:
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-f':t :: ,mo unit lwta ; pAm no ser cOnsider Jis sino i Bonds and 8520,470 for depontcs and 'circulation fr; H:: England. \ fil Rule Britannia :'Rule' the wait I .;- I Ctboklng l oil. "

:, :,1'i 2. t 10 Y so.., ucLla y mislDa.. E. par iockdad cafe unldad com,. 'In mis-la'1' ,".to': for the payment or which. she had'oahnod. ':",\ (are a singular people says the* London, ,'.y Seize our ships and tleal",. our slat!'I?. TJi""h game o..'-..choking.. off"b about being pl!''..

:/ ', ,. bcruin ,de Judo era la suberanfafdo+ ? : Ruben cue i r precisely atatiittysidoliars ItTcash ,Examiner, we bukuour neighbors fora"desire ''t f : Tie afro Tr. cd Upon the twobiggcst,,, dogs in toe Pack.British Tt e--

n: ." "won teti. &c. y In'sobcraofa de i todaXy; coda \ly, .To' relieve her embarrassments? and satufy oft Yrrl torial agrn ndisement, and in i-'India 2 we :'F.oYonce+ A th&copleot the north complain of clique l.n Wall street who.now .oPPoe..1
t : "V" JIM docstas. oboe la )> the British in the seizure at St. Helena of the destinies of the Union
era s u erania de Jud& Importunities of her'friemU, whose wants, arc in a perpetual course of conquest and enlargement outrage committed to their x
\, 'JunJqulf'Ta cost puca'qu so yahcinase y dixese' instead of a northern vessel trading'to the'coast of Africa. gambling invention, arc divided in :
etc la.aubetrala do u'ra de being diminished:! only,iacreased,with of empire.. Non-intetterc',nce w our opinr i...;.
W' qua enOl; tie "l1tici. tbe loans The Charleston! Mercury b pleased with thecvrnt'bccauaa Harrison, it is understood U to boa
1. a", -nnba V decla don sob mnfi1 de lu demas, made them the Directors were compelled triter? lepndyetwenreperpetuAllyinterfi'riog{ pUPPet m*
? ;!:t: ,:' tplras permanecicsen civilmento identified-, to borrow at, the North in Ihe'autumn of ,with ibu affairs of other nations, in disputes that lhe'real outrage was committed the hands of somebodyOne party iosixtj that ,

.;t lit, '" las yes bBxoeate concrpte quese dice con' ver-' 1837,8500,000' payable at various dates, of from do not concern us.Ve profess to be the most when Great Britain! assuming the right of legislating .Webster shall be the master-spirit anothcrtta t ...

l'll'I :uad. ser unit, 6 indivisible la soberanta.i 3 months to two years pea ceablu, \,, people! in,tbu world,:,and! should be fur all nations, upon the slave trade, established it shall be Clay$ but General Harrison's orb

,r\\ : ;::" ST .. But all,this was insufficient for) the ravenous | such, yet we slip into. wars, Heavcii- only knows a prdiCDIJ! police I on thu high seas in time I( chokes"'them-- -".both_-J off- -T with'_ ..compliments.---'Y ..'
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: "AUGUSTINE" :' appetite of 'of Middle Florida. Men a fyw.: days why or wherefore. We have "aq- ignorant impatience of peace, which under'the pretence,of searchingfur 1Ve may therefore expect the new .tinet

: i Frida" December '18,18-1:'.. before penny'less, had suddenly become the of taxation,'.' while, we'' groan under suspected slavers* was intended to prevent will be comp b-ed entirely orate 4n"l'n 6tcd. '
1 !14'"WPrl"dpln'I and t"e'Peopk." .,_ -r : owners of plantations! !und! slaves, fine'houses, fine J burdens.. and, for astraw_ would. rush! .into, wars I l the vessejsuf I. other_nations, from_ .trading.to.tbe, ,. ,men-,over 'l"parl.of .)!hom'.c1n1..ir.UJ. ;1t

1-. --- I furniture and tine carriages, und their fa miles, that would rcjnder them i intCJcrable.Yo pay coast ufAfrica.Tbistradeas.'a. and'Webster ,over the other. That we are to 6e '

... 1I I I ;" + < B.fJrJll.S. ,:" : when they did not ride,'promenaded the streets for expedition to promote civilization, in Africa : matter, of gain n'ffects the without a responsible! Executivethat: .: arebf j I

'The 1ntos fotE'lo: dlr! with dresses fit for a;presentation to the Queen. and more,largely:for another.to restore anarchy north alone" -':the south'has. nothing, to du withibenj it..., be governed Jby;n.regencriacerickatha: : i;:'. '

i{ .Ve'5nld inner last(that,'Caplialltts i (LocomoJtfve Shops'.multiplied! i, and Ihe shopkeepers, _required to Asia.-- A ':votu ()f'eJo.OOO: 'grudged arc it ic i Pleasing to hear those lull's squeal.atwbui' hops we shall"be more honestly: governed b7regency t+"; '

4 : r came, to Florida, in 1835 i\'bcford thnt poor but,o/ie rule in making, purchases at New York educational.nt horn", and ten, times. as many they formerly considered excellent, abolition of'twenty thai by.l.geneyot..nt; M

\poople, came also. -- 10,, lcct*0f'eYery 'description of article, the thousands are expended in arming semi"-brirba i. doctrine --
s .:Wben'the Territory. was'ceded to"the United richest! tho'most costly and the most gaudy.-' th ins to cut the throats, ,. of otbersetnibarburians.We Aftur speaking of tho numerous! i instances of Rochester N.Kldiiapplug.The Y. : : :.t(

:;tftnlo, tbe'most: extravagant'ideas'of its'rcsour-* ;. The bills of Ihe,Union Bank were realty,. then censure the French' for u"propeisity for war, ;. slaves, released from their owners when;forced paperscontaintails i U ; j
I i f of a plot laid.by certain'personsada i trom J
P i icesand: climate,;were diffuscdtbcough Ihe.sou-, convertible, gold and silver, for the amountof and':'ourselves! have committed: the_fully,' which by stress of weather into foreign. n., tie! Mercury the. i
to, trjJv.
J,!hero portion,of theUnion, There wasnoltnown>> : gcw-gaw trinkets purchased with them' excecds they only meditated-:wu 'aiy actually engaged I t ways<< : ,I ,arch; was kidnap fortunately frustrated! L..hlarkeni.tJ'coo

!to toplcallir04ucU n ofihecanhlhat'was'nottr o belief in a war for tbe most in which "Let'England, 'enlightened England I' ,Eng. vfi.
despicable cause
j -.1> ?i ii -*>_il_._ '-_r..i_' J-'w. ''But with ..... land Ilie'deliverer''! in her mareh of rency- (84.000)} wait offered .'iu JP7.Iof f';'
: :, rerrr". j aye Ibae j, 'in chanatl4 folks' gtid3Viis : : bu.un r.i-
ra "
:.: ,: ppl r.v' t \ "" ---" .'* pine kind glut hcrnvuricrs--uruleivalaws. :i to thobUbj prehension of '1dackcrwc.ncl J we (fJe t,' ;
ft.\O' rho, wt!!! cftfcjrcdulltyji "+a dMi,1&;: o oak aa brilliant' d$"c t!= -tidera,,:the People. Her,*Mnjcity;iaformsrParliameal"that', U +-ct tilobo so lung us.her, murderous hand proclamation to the contrary: ,has.bcea '. ,r

"..0", : ,,,;t JJ,k :'\: I ,: "w '" i Were! .not >tck'enough=:they, were not rich, enJmt gedfin1 conbirt 'Ruffl'inTAustrin, ;and supports u btandard inscribed; ,with abu mngicwunl consequently himself and a great no""
: ,
'"' ;: /TaUnhruscO'bcoarriotho'- ; of tho' new enough-and 90"more! bands wero prepared Prussia,:ands eSuUAnitimcasu' for,the pa.ciflcatiunoftho "Philanthropy/* Canada Putriotsfor, whom '

." ,i Iy'alum.. 'Pcoplfflocked! 1 in from the;,surroun-,, for sale. From the readiness .thct former sale i .I Levant, }which was quite peace* Alluding to the manumission (40 negroes belonging Upper 81,
offered at the rim are still:
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: r r ; same > exposed |
4i1)ng'S) atC\ nd"lnnd,, u sou htwith, great' R!r a' r 3' .4aY e.onsacrcda Florida .: Bond the same able until the Christian powers interfered., Parliament to Virginia,scornfully, the Mercury enquires cupidity kidnappers; to Js*jj ;;

;\'j4\ty\ Men ,with small m purchased small as a wedge of from : % :
( i gold dug :the bowels of the_ was prorogued,in peace, with the excep. h The promise of reward'for.Lower CanadarV

: 1. fluaatiiie*, and, then with.;:.rib'means purchased i earth. '[To &t COSTIXCK!) pc otrtt'Ktctr.j) flan of a,war(with one third :of the 'human"race) k.I..y, not' England well open her, eyes i in riots, who'escaped ,to the States; tra* rereiftj', ./

_irgo quantities, (according to custom.), : China. We bombard towns assault fortresses amaze if wo should now rush forward to tecuo
I In.nrancor;; by Lord Durham who banished IS'oftWS
Somo Tho Life' Co. .the the trampled flag ul'our country, merely be t i
n ofjibcso men were,practical i l,'planteNiyh.o Mortgagors lo the Bank,in ,Florida, who havepaid ; and arm Bemi-barbariaaVall for peace ; and- cuusu she cuooscs to plant her heel upon it,,on a arid without a hearing-decreed thattheyibou! rtt, .

: \ succeeded veil from tb 9$aunp, Others were l cMblug in :when Parliament again it will have to pay northern, instead of u southern deck .!" suffer death, if they ,returned to.the Protibct :
,, but yet are dignified with the ;:>
reduced gwufanen, who gathering tho wrecks of the bill of a war. Yes she would be amazed ; for our rule towards 'fhe, illegality of this decree, caused. ha'lo&Tships '
name stockholders ,
lorrnor' prosperity furnished with in"out. it'' : The Turkish'empire is in n swoon, and her I her has been to turn the left cheek, when cacti{!, and at',the same,lime white, .
66 shares waslai
IjcLEo.x COUNTT. John > ;
Willa ( T R
*y their friendscame. hero 19 establish' their Beltffii lUU1Vihiam''isher78' Samuel Reid 60, nurses by way of burnt feathers, apply bomb the right was smitten; nil the political delinquencies of the fa *,

;4, I lyrtuncs. :*I LH Brancb+6llilCenmth Bembry 150 R Ii Brad' shells, congreve'rocketn,end 49 pound shot ; lire Scarcely had France by her timely aid established said, and those of:8 transported to 'Benn '-.'

i J Tbo farmer planted<<: corn and, cotton. The ford 100( 'W Burney75, Ruben Lyon 60, Adam and sword are our mild restoratives. our freedom, and when the) blood of that who shortly after' returned, lathe. 'States.":Bti+. .

: Utter considering such crops n, desecration; to Grumbling W Hall b7.14, Hampton' Mattux 60 A Melver51, England ravages tbe coast of Syria for pew:. glorious nation was'our pou red' in'..the cause of !had: ourselves a slight personal: riett a'i!\
Henry Lung 38 A R 8 ,Hunter 75
kftf the climate of Florida l planted .sugar cane ,and RK W4t.150,'G g Dennis, '115.IN France erects fortifications; and arms a millionof human rights, till it ,overflowed the furrows of this matter. ..' t,;

wore led into many, other,fantasies, which did G.1DSDEN.-Thoma J Willis 34, 8 Rawls 16, men fur,peace. If Peace be so prone to War tho land ; then upon,a,slight! pretence, we commenced J _.."..

not. till tho corn crib:- but involved them in deb A H Lunicr' 100. J D Hartley ':39 B A Neal 45 her opposite. War, should,France, be.:a'Sister a:'piratical.- war upon the high seas a- D" Any person makingaljusioatons{ i ,"iIL:;<

.1"' ,Money became, acathe ,resorted: '',lotheluiivcrsal J C Hall 79,T H-Cundy 13', W: 'J Mills_ 16; La tan of Charity, and in,England a Quaker. gain French commerce and in aid of the"Government please observe that we.never"'said we w retie .,' -

., 'remedy-they created,Banks, such:'as, Rawls Jc Mai 40. J II. Hext W Tooke 10. of Great Britain ; but to England as- '" editor of th'w.paper. Heaven help all'*Ed-j ''
150 Sutton
iso -
I,: ', ,VUQ Magnolia,Bank and others, but Benj 15 A Hercbant we ifprs." ,We only said that'''we wrote,. 'the edit $
; it was soon 8 Qyerstr ct 24 tJ' B Coffee,67, W Sever 35, say the left check it-turned when the right_is I : .
,r'd! that though those who made the pa per Harlam ArlansHO D Mclntyre36, D Calloway From our earliest recollection we remember smitten. ,rial articles. We hale the" anonymousj"nioaa1! .

I "..-' : inohey grew rich,and had abundance, that' the,' 64 J Levingston' 33,'E Sumerlln 20,,'F' Butler- 10(-, 1 1J the name of Nathaniel Prime' as connected' ,with MI come: to visit my elder brothers," said, Daniel who read the'public prints have a right to kno j.

"Ycst: of the communityraw, pooreri.and; ,more, frrnol'-A every' thing upright and, I honorable'in businessHowe Webster,when he was in England. "Mother who writg the.ui; licles. This rounddoclrioai'!: ,
,, In B 8hehect100.; ,_ ] money, be however little would wish to l 'establishedTho :".'
; HJ d e. ., IN FJUNKLI*.-Nourse'&Brooks 120,J Dill 65 ver scarce, might ::- and daughter" was the old story ; but' England see universally.-- ,'. 4.t 4
\', ; Then said the people.'"let! us have bank aficrlhc D D the Banks were discounting!there was not a better ..: ,
a Churchill 70;S Simpson 60,J Gorrie 135, J was never afl a: fep.mother to us. We French
Belle haditrir"
Frigate ,
r'i : principle, newly discovered in Louisiana- W Rinaldi,;"35. W" G Porter 65' ,, "Harrison&.'Raeny65. Cashier' in the Union who:would not' generouslyhand t ', grew up_as.:a British Statesman generously ob- I t'St'. Helena for the remains of NapoIe6ottT&, !

J\,bank that shall belong I to ourselves, jJa'tb n 4 vcr hisshinplasters off-baud in. exchange' served her : I, !
u. : : ihrough neglect. She is. the only
:; .' '\ '" 1i will afl have With this view"the new YOKE STOCKHOLDERS. fur any piece of papenwith; the nnrne.o("Prlm 9" .inhabitants arc requested by the English; thor;
( 'W c nation that '
/ money : ever oppressed or injured us-t ,
8 :
/ W Andcrsori45 shares,:G Allen 68, G ,C., citiea, to attend the funeral h1' deceatnintaiiis ."
knew Mr. Prime
f/"J. iiet incorporating the Union Bank, was. passed Brownsnn 113, B'D Barry 4U;, D Bryson 1:), Ai, upon it ; not becauSe-they personally only nation thut'evewns our enemy* or that 1 How ,changed is public sentiment, in i 'regard 1a .
:.; .23th'Februdr,1( i. Beers ,' but because such pieces of paper, ,thro ; .
"it I : :' 70 Benedict & Lewis 10, Walter Bowriu. A etcrlike to be ; .yet: we submit to' her insults Na crushed toeaith'x
v. 'The capital!of the''Bank xvas to be 83,000,000' 187, ti J' Babe '10 RByardJ3,:JD Beers",5,, ', 'a'long course of years'were'were. 'always found 'au Pra 'port manufactures, and permit her ; on-J"Truth"' tisqt0
Levi Beardsley .1 ,'Am. 'l'nist Co.'l00. Deekina again. 'itfhaps I heyday: mayconBjirbea! ilili, ,
n'i i when
alit whole' to be borrowed abroad. regular,,, payment '
from control
:, People '
, ,:, \ 'J &. Luke 50. Corning; &. Co 6. C AI Cunullyl 5,'1 our most important., elections. not be the:tlfBbf. every AmericaiT&oy&tacd' '
't ul\} parts .of the Territory to, invited to a This I Inl "' ,.;- 1
jwere I Cbtistmnv Livingston; Priem. & C64tcr 00. t a lege, exhibitiolq rite,'a theme agpiiwt'"
r,. subscribe their for the Cooper"lOL Prim "J. A. L.VNormana
\ names share they'required B Corning 17aH Curtis 25. N Chamberlainti "
:"t' whom the worlI 1 1
bx : ; 't: ,: ,,\ irt'tbis: |oan' ,and then they were produce real l Lot Clark 37 Do. as Presid+'nfot :tbe] m ur last tounc 'I T p : .:
:; : .- "t -s--'J4r\siaicwbt N.:Y'Agencyj&N.: D xr r Onoi"
r : : ; : of rln1LhtgJhf. It
. -"shouldbc''apprulsed, ; a valuea L ., _
t. < ", OR "
: : DawesJ
i i Thet
10 1 I t. 'y rorldof '
d 5. l oYl'rnor-otp.m J.
:'. ], .' .:", 1. ,. !thereto..' nri _- E rtt.tb;

(;'J! "'jft: ":', : i J, "i auanasee.. ,,and when ,he.Governor ',was;;V ,jG ;forgiveire 1' Editor of the Pennsylvanian loannonnce* I tfutd: w '

',, \, : :...:f w** J t'nI, bank possessed them}he' was' to; furjilsh 2 0,'n IMRMm> Kirt J ur cows he will oppixsc any attempttadefeeitbnsnm i P"f.

\\: .the Bank'with. Bo'ndsof. 81000,_, each vbs ,mony &:;Co 'I07..q( 'W:'Hatcb'47R'Llogan'ch : w, c "' Outlets; of his lion of payment by the Banks of that Stated
,\' 1. P Harmony! Harriet Howell 25,'J Henriques t j ... 'if'l,tia: was still"alive to read it, arid yond the 15th : :rj ;
the Bask tp and Janunry.
was endorse, sell abroad it hav. 13, D Jackson 13, R J Ingersoll 50 IJ States Isimply :_ -
BP Germs ire Know in '
,i, up been diacow.cred'tbat, such things could be 13,'D S Jones 50'J, D Johnson 25,8 B Jewctt75,1J cultiva Tent'.health., ', While, thu enjoyment of most exc el.| -j| A bill Will, probably I pass in the:Legislature otto

I wld for olher pie. '4 'of paper, 'which pieces .I & B Known :W,'F 8 Kenney 13, D Kellogg &3,'I*how ini'ch more honorjnight not.bis hairs observe on, the- bubject, permit us Georgia,to compel: the Banks of Jhat State tore- '
> J S, Little 6, G F,Lt-itch 68,"J Livermore 13,' j grey that ever since our acquaintance with; sume on jhe 1st of When wfll '
ct paper paused as myney Pot tlje north, .and Jhave down to the of his ; February liarof
gone the
Lyon 13- Bchawvelian grave celebrated John .
; : 30 H.
LevanteSO.. R Les. I Slack; (a classmate resume in Florida 1 "" **"'-* *
ItIWQnn.que.ntly:whUu they JasLdfwere La,,bcaMii- tcr 30.W1Dlarcy 25;; E Mead 15. F C Mills50 i. Pcrbaprit _may considered M bad taste" Daniel Webster) we have borne
4V V i foundation, upon(which,ts&blish. a mill ini'MftriuX E C MarVin 7,' L'Mead 20., P'J Nevens 50 N Y thus, to moralize upon, the departure af'ahn rich: against.all'persons who' abroad a grudge' 1 It'she should be alone.-J..C.C....
J -a 1 : and make money'plenty by issuing aredundancy Life & Trust Co. 50, T \V Patched 33 Ju it is but I I go begging half-
} I ', Peck 6.F II Pepoon'19.A D Patchen 13.C ,man-perhaps ; when a poor mortal, t ibit I to build up colleges. AirNorman's i intentionsy South Co/olina l hasgiven her<+nantmoarlyot

'' 'i Bonds of papcr Prom lie.., 10, C Parshall GO, Phatcn & Furies 7, M 'Rubin--Prince ined by,.brokers, gamblersor. swindlers of a I j j we believe to be good-bis zeal we know to be for Van Buren. There w a moral. atiblimi';'i

:. s, ,1KK, (), wero ,issued in April 18oi, and non 5a D Reed 5, R W Ri-dficld 138 Rawdon &. description, !looking upon, the misery he,has entailed -''c' great; but we have not so much reliance bis the attitude Ihb noble state,which assuratto
J K) In January 1838.. 250 are payable 1558,' Co.20JitSatterite3CStebbins, 32, G 8hnw63 upon n helpless family in paroxism of sane judgment on ,suppertersafDcmocrnticRepublicaaismtluttbs:

r'" 'iSO in 1560,'750 In'1802, 750 in: 1882, 750 'fu,1, ((8 I ,Shute 5. L W Slay 5 H Taylor 8, \V H TotiDy i insanity launches his soul in:0\\,eternity, with all j I I cither the President as induce:of us to wish to' see him palladium of American! liberty su1lbecfcnded. :
& L U Thruston R College, or offer may (| -
12. T Und R
V ": ISO t, 000 in 1606, and 500 i in 1868.Tho ., rhill 50 W M )"its unatoned offences,;'heavy oQ it, l of r I 7..
; were sold VeiTTiilyea 13Juhn Vun Dunn 13, II \VickolT25, moralizing ,its funds-for both purposes we believe amore }J,.
If I first 1000 at par to Messrs. C WJilis 5, S Warrcti :25 is not considered improper. The state'has ,
W.biley' 8. L C prudent person i1tigbt.: Deselected given her vote for Vic Prear
! .:: ., ,' Prime, Ward & Kin J,'D. Beers &.Co, J:L & \VoooruffSO..AI Wilbus (com.) 130, J E White services are required.The hu dent toLiurelon W.TazewcjinotVirgiaiaMajorCbfirchfU '(

i : t S.,Jo cj'h, ntd Thomas,Biddlc. : I 117,:! Zengu 39. Colonel Downing law: passed 'in 1838 / ; '
l V0f the l lt last 20,' o, 200 were sold to the Amcrian 825 per share have been: paid on 315 shares, Major Ward it appears, is brought forward Institute i is establishing the Dado 3d Artillery, who. ,arJirdl i iyeslenlay
> ', Lifo & Trust Cp.. 100 ti> Messrs..Hope &-:' 845 on 50 hares, and 8100 per share'on tbe in Middle Florida as the "available"l candidate coleus piece perhaps of ufter the dinner prettiest and most r idi! from across'the country, has,'as.te; \

J .;.,;. Amstcrdjrtn 050( to i>lmcr, McKillop, DentjlAXJo. maining 4,769. re.j for Delegate, and therefore it is possible we may petroled in Florida.! legUaUoneverper! ; specter of,Militia.in service, 'very-.anfuorfad_ ..
i ;,',," _, Ixmdon, 30 to various Arsons! and :704efnilin k There are still about 350 shares to account for.' have a broadside of patriotism from'Col.- Down consist of body corporate! ? iTlo delicate, duties! to'P erfom in the, mustenogJn'

111'1 f ", ; iutlie,hands of Palmer & C 0. for sale They probably, Hand ;in the names of persons ing.He 1. Mr. No m and musteriug-oul( companies! S, from thii tit'

: :.l,, ,ilk l .tct:<'re'kold,ut, par, 100,ut 3 per cent,.discount, about 'this.city, If ,any body remembers tho can speak of his unlimited services, and 2. The Governor 1n.DPJ1fint'd Florida.President for'life Tallahassee, and these dunes YD'.been so pet ; J 1

"), ,': and bluster made the sacrifices for)the, .welfare of Florida formed as to satisfaction roen while
.iUatlOJK.'rccnt. Q50 at 10| > 1 I -by Directors here when the pecuniary ; 3. The President of the give .to'the ,
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<, "Wonder seized too'People of' Middle Florida t Commissioners were appointed to investigate! it of union among tbe Whigs for the sake of the 4. The Judges Council. the interests of the- -servce" >avrigbeea' at, -all times

trit7t; Cof.:_'Gamble! set the Bank in operation'in 1 1I may as well be known that' these Directors could Union ; and in the end modestly and 'disinterest.edly 5.. 1clve trustccsnppolnled of the Court: of Appeals. guardeiL! ', 3-f

I. li utar y, 1835. with the proceeds of tho saio. of:[ have,disclosed, nothing not alrend'Y'.Jo d 'by disclaim all pretensions to)the suffrages of 6. Twelve: trustees by the Council. Major Churchill i b> also much esteemed by tte
:Itei rst tbouand: Bonds ;,fur though lr l hopes Ihd President and Cashier! of the Bank,.except the people. Co IT Ay.. He can't, get them. -... ,TheGeneraUUtheU.S.A.' appointed by r"Norm an.- I inhabitants, generally: the' joierjbr! } ;.thin &:>t ,

'\ strong, their fears were7great.thai'nobody I I'elV the nuns; of these few persons,, and them we The Colonel 1 should pay us 85 for this paragraph 8. The Generals of in cornmi$ r n.K, hould be.,._ The pertinent remark of;,IIi;
l ; td b enough to ud, without i because it may savu him 850 in tku shape Florida, in con missiun. Charles D'Alblac.ot'tbo' t.t:
'.' f' goose "ilnco.money: : upy oncould] name, if uCcci oQry, askinb 9,. All General who court martial, ,
/r ... of' 'State noli" cxittencetendore-1 I of a printed circular! which would mean the may nerve in the Scent, oBrereton, -MII., doei
Vitiation a
i ..:../ ; t i; 1 How proud must be tires ..1r ctors of their vie-i : Ic Wore : ottlzenonbecom'ragaaoldteg!
J '- i .- Hark that bad[.not, one cent of capital u In. j tory over the,commissioners. lame. thing. -and no more. I not cease to be a ciiizen"should be particularly
, ---- 1,1..1... H ....... _,-"_..... I The.Dclecate in Contra. remembered .
"\ s'rea1. --.Hi t** .1 i Respectability. The above shows tho butlcsquo the by.American officer: ,
SI ttntlnn. --- t thing
; persons had .
I' ;hcir subscribed, anu UJag\: 1.ROOooo'afloat ZoO M-Alswet v u,_,,::*uu WICV.UUM fcOIlie l ru.a_ ag, without copying the whole act. It is of' I The Chinese who are preparing for'Ibe-p
mortgages with the Bank and tiicra f, 8:.., ,1K10aold.! which ;*c shouting of three dead letter in" course a | offer liberal Kirnrdy'fur ? ,
among ended men by, our statute book f the d
- : ""J thirds oft bit 'H.1Lt ,, .. ? .,., but as.i it capture or
. t '. } !' amounf'wasdivided J.- The ba I"o tivnun OfWt '' may. be rc hereafter stand, in the way of may'.f ronofBriti, b Yes. lt. ,For Gn 'SO, Y;,
83.000,000. something
Ii!!: :,: ,." 'fthcf.and near ha.Jr a'' million! more,.create d 'by For,:.fte 1'ensicola'i"ir- .- s.3Oc..ouo.. mcmbered) one of our friends, A li;;?,.":4anty voted We W|| ..-,..- .-.I-UI..I...__--41. > useful l. ; 8.20.000 and th e lJriW- J8.n sit Merv f trH.

,'t/' \', ';... circulation j **\ !, was* also divided among ,them or }or'tbu U it T. Co. 8400,000. fur the antl i -Bank candidate. du,this winter to repeal' it in the fullowfnVwo7aV porliondiminahing-x100, dollars fticf a "t
[ ":'V i '. ;flttlhends., Arnual interest 8230000., Directly after,'David Handyside ,' Be it e, ,10)S. For takestin'chief'offl ;'wodCTto
: .;. ,iTho: >charter r another merchant five Co,.wrrl,,of .ho'jerrS rFaaf ,,' : .
i thai Whutlroad have Mainling ;'
,required two thirds we got for ait this ( of this gThnJ rank down\ t&Btf
. { : of the Not an inch aware ; vote) who, I had failed, and to' 8500.> *
i, :;:, ,;.,;,,\ "\, mmify iJ' procured b(the sale of Bondsshouldbc j of. rai ., or yard of canal ; neither bi gh.way was' offering bis, creditors 84 cents in the dollar the incurptJrUle net know Ibo era Dnd JV54 Institute, ,:-; .ill.'o.- ,, Ai' At, to merchant* or ',!avers ,lOO-klfling: ttemMT; ;

' ..: : .. \ Votcd toh ordinary; purposes.of Banking, j, or' by.wsyl, nothuTg in form of "public! im- without, much, security fur the payment,of that, sod 10th ,Fri b, ,1 t mId or "'loriJa. _pa 1Ve' might profit by Ibis lesson of the-Cckstial-
; Out litilq attention',wat paid to tbe I pto "ements'." Nothing but ; lit approved l11bl, Feb.1638 .. Empirethcnavird
iaidamong cluster and
'. ;; // injunction.lie : three broken] Bank. a of'pcoplc,, M.N i respecta the amu is here by Icpt".1It.'d."'. ,gyslKm Wui| km Indians "
r ,,). : ..1. charter declares that all Bonds sold for,I Wijo is 10'pay the interest 8230.000 ble man has voted for Trucey." '. These fety lines l'l'Jtdnrly voted : 'bcludl others fji(, :

:' i- :. '.. ;ir. 3 than 81,000 each,'shall be.null anifvoid d, so ;I, year is rather a heavy tax for bleeding, impoverished every. Who do you.call a respectable, man, Mr.Han. corded may save sismc'future. inctmvcniencc upon and re'. I ,
iHr-a concerns tho,faith,01 the '.Florida. i I' Tbegrcatracvtii; .
Vf:. \ Territory ; bat prostrate It is;recollect a fore dyside 1" inquired i our friend. twrenlLJstoaanJGano'far: '

.;.r Y. ,\.J. '.'. as'we. hare:shown, they were sold at'n discount '!: :.-D4ebt which ,the( .r! oks''cannot,pay in shinplasters. .-: :: 14 A man 'of birth breading, and education, ; South America continues : r 810,000'aside. carnrt.ofi'ut- Augusta a Je.dpp: ", ,. :
such is ,
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disturbed r.inct"und :
I.-=. regard these folks;pay ta the.laws. who dresses well ,and,moves in good society.": ; lution in 'iJ lt'i.da A revs WM wombs theform 'Gano'sbiaa-l : ,
of tho lar.d. __ ''''' nounc d. Geii
". ', ,I Yet*" says our, friend before the breath !' J"valJe ,legs'being out of.ordeV. he, was withdrawn uttC r .
; ; The i "I Noproof has been found lnst.lobn'Cook 'was having! revolutionized the i I .. "
t; ; Central Bank had ; province o f Corrientes' r the first heat. '.. ,1
<' ... thi.Dauk previously: bought up', .ho ''was i arrested in ., Handyside's mouth M AND>> WHO l".1rB'UIS thuanmrched ugainst' Buenos : 1 '
\. { Florida, and now. Union Bank''purcbased Tallahassee for".clealing DZBS.. r (I Ayr & and. .. m ,
: the. with --- Is "
f both. Thus the thejndians, but so satisfied are the pU.bKcOf V Rivera, of the Mental Republic.. A Yolu teer;' ained l
{ great ; The > ,I C'B.'suarezt'who Iran '
monster swalloA'cd l. rerpectablegenrurnan tea mar-I I
his made
guilt that the othe chlng,to defendtheCurricmtaas l left
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' .: .;,*;;. : '. I charge him. CoQ '. )him by 'm.Ure-he made no reply yplle's departure The Brt wreck of the
"' .,' .. I On the'10th. May, .. .1837. she suspcod, d J family lived' alone' nf1lr'.1,(I I -.he was orn. I i i ,young Emperor of : ,Brig Morris;' iio Inroxictcd. sera 1.. '
: ; ,,\ : mciitfbui a time. pqy thetnouth. !>fthdtecn.b C before the J V:1 zit her awumed, the reigns.Government. ed away, and has" t.- &* >
'r. :, r' at the(, I ,81,000.000 for war, *' : ,.Thero.. ij. becn, heard J rota.. !
W' the '
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1 U. 8. Brazil.
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dnt o i1d, p astiea ibFa' ;. Mr., Vanhorn.was shot i \ v '
p'ac! tco"to Cuf'he fifst,tim 'boat ro I PUBLIC SAMS: : .i"of AN ORDINANCE '% "
w ,L :! years inst;.near'Edwtird'1i: 'Mill; ? : : ,, .
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I supposed.by .- & MAhQUIS UK fUUULHES.: "
'riaCt1Q'wta if'fWSP amvat.book of-the hotel l, ;: -t i iii"t., wilt ie.II l I in front b. of the Bar and Harbor of L!. Augustine.Be .
Iafurmtd the! p ubl.i..4tic! ) we .wepT'eiMfe? .V EU>QOC.\CI:.-- Different. MarVet Iloii" in this ciiv.by direction; ( < w ', : .

'7VxM.jtnd fcince i then the food to each prodncing,d. I Karj.'orlbillci'!, in .friiiei, ,f an limit) it ordaimdby'the authority of tie Mayor and Aldermen':of 'th.City of Sit. Augustine, That tha
papers I ot the' place "Coftributc! Ii bem II y. an l oii him' by l>ttt-rVof Attorney front the following shall be the rates ot full Pilotage to be paid for vessels catering .
Yeftr: J ft rv'Ch'tnalcltd'tiur' hercTitioutK r n sum us would i. ..llh' d' l'uuteretdre. Port of fcit. or departing from tbo
1' you not 1 tttI..r'l"il .and Augustine, that is to say, for each' and every vessel drawing not
'n ibquiuch people..Jh this world do", for tbo: ir the altar of Heaven in 'pn > ;'\" I.Hil.I. ',iswfor tI.le'uhc't' the wateri'the sum of'nine dollars. ; for each and every vessel drawing over flvo feet more Water than, at five the I'I1to01' feet y.
11.1. IIr
eouaintancetand the bled t universcilhop: nlt'11t thn.utl'Jiergaide FuuEc. two dollars per foot. : '. : '
public,generally, without nwn will ii'r4osi',."d "' tar rlcrk'. UtLb of the / SEC. 2. Be the
pa ; .a: 'I 'Jr. h...'iti Uii '."er lurw. IIJurthn'orrlaiW iy authority aforesaid_ T bat.full.Pilotaoge. shall ,bo paid in the
-GJT generously my ; F.srATKJON.lTtf OK following cases that is to say, when a pilot of this harbor shall( be.taken oq board of vessel

.7 cry 9 (ro'fh fjompanies pf volunteem' cart'o f the hairpennicsbut, your Trnci oi* ..',. itn.vd inwth ant| "iij<>in> enuring this port outside the bar, and shall pilot or offer to pilot her up to the harbor any; when a '
,fitJohns will be up teethe elbow, and ; :. :." laudi.aud frniting Ir.1f wfinlnlengtt pilot shall bring a vessel over the bar by signal, and shall pilot or offer to pilot her up to the bar.
mustcrud out and muster. ,'Bailor.would do if you na 'uni". Itui1 anth.t; 'Ce.k 41 Jrtwi_. bor;'when n pilot shall bo taken on board of any,vessel about to proceed to sea, within the bar, '
'''ed Ja" Whhlri h ;cVday[ Col.,Dane!Dane'sRe i. '.*?*r..Jlr.,sitar, before the ciiiiimning about 7 .'cr.a and shall 1 pilot her over'the bar ;:and when a pilot shall, offer himself as.a pilot outside the >bur,
,matt maybe considered complete. dly Society 1' til..Geurge atreeti; ,&j..ill1othe Presby: to any'vc.:$.-*el 1 entering;Ihctiiid harbor, and shall be retbsed. ,
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-*Inv Middle Florida ;sumo little delay' has\I Tar lJUlCI: & Hiti M : i St.. George Street north shall SEC. 3. Be it further inedbytheauduiil9njoresait4Thatwheneveran P inchPilotas aforesaid, .

'tie*)ca';occurred, but CoUV.. j1. Bailey,'has S.ivnge ban otttrt! ctcd for / lot. Thru tMo'lart ION 'nnw ofand.tdjnining in 'ne. wer the'bar offer, at himself'point to any-1tlie.vessel entering bar and this direct port and line not having already pilot on board, inside I .
tiny a from Point
munumcntrteabinW WI) ifiiit'mci. tot, nnd will Cartelon.the north beach, to
; b ol l
.iwi,, < a. t.u cis:
TOilgncd,) .Adjutant Norton is there ; and the the old English redoubt near the north end.of $t. Anastatiu Island he
by l"l 01 OctolK'r, : intwill be old two, U f-e divided by a shall be entitled to ono .
'Major'C IIna late Quarter-Mastcr" General who 800. M': Savage'will .' : ih{ ell.te of''the. Gcorga Street. front run. I half the amount.of Pilotage, whether he be refused or accepted ; provided that his failure tr v i .
>handjledjjnost.pf! ; \hu 850,000, with which the at the quarry,}mmedially; : It'ek. offer himself outside' the bar,or at a point nearer to the bar hall not have resulted from an unnecessary '
i : ,. Clnrf.ita Street nellrly'"PI'.tllile! to H..E.. delay or a neglect of duty on his part. "
Governor bas 'ton(as forty HH possible! | | .
txtrlxaHitd* net left rfc* M.r iv : : .is 4.
-Ei'MladaLrdtret. ; on thi lot ii juant.lj.i.f building EC.. Be further ordained by the authority aforesaid That for every day after the first
'done deal llp'.i'tastnitations : tut t somctimea speak I ., '' four hours nny pilot shall be detained on board any vessel entering this port/orabdut to proceed :;
,t> t. fp(want.of space in our paper. If any ,1 thinks' Moan THAU itut'1Gr. : : Oqt of aiid aitaiuiiic. .)Sr.. C. %Yallen'r to sed, he shall be entitled to tbo sum of two dollars ; and any period of time, after the ecpirntioQw.

'body wand ;xplnnatiorw> ho: hun that one bed bug, of ih uf'lho'first -four.hours.excel.4ing'twelv nndnot'more than twedtY-fuurhauts, sh Il'bo'
Ihemtr ahore
s and south! urisud
'- > may. only per annum it about ; \ '. .._ _adjoining I reckoned as one day, and nny'less time than twelve hours as half addy; r r a
"*C ,t'ruti.l length. J'when, a*' r pe tfulanquirr bills by the banks in a'*will Gard"lI.Le .'z, -'entttert't s" .tIC 5., 'Beitfurihtrordainfdby the authority aforesaid That the master, a nd'ctuutgttts" "
pMShwe; I or con g
is made.Wo II' .1 I.thelr..yaulhlJe'Mrs. Grin '. (fmiilticish'.nn-I tits IA'la.: ,e in F/a y,.r.P"1 ft: and- signeua of.any vcss<>J which s!II cater, and the mister and the person or persons who shall havoacttd .
*, lend mu credit: for as consignee or consignees vessel which shall
| and
to-day I .goit 's-iiufactory 'end pommcncc our, observations all! the
upon I( hoops are off ii' P. II UU 31.\ AUCliunoer. jmd BCn'rullYl't'Sponsiblc to any and eY..fry'piJot thereof for his pilotage and tho other
.Q.... the Union Bank of-Floridd, the only Bank of I never had one-besides' I ,'ine, Dir. 1*. 1840.tMallon.r .which may,or sbull'b due to him, by.tho. provisions Shia ordinance; and no pilot shall charge ba

ony solidity. cYet.7F\.started amopg us. These I i! NEW pir fc_The ill fllt obliged to pilot any vessel'to sea from this port, unless he shall.have been previously paid or satisfuctorily -_
remarks,, made :.f ery body dips hw buck. ; after i *ccu&d the pilotage of the said vessel and all hw other -.
being up of fats and figures are fountain fur it date I will apply" III the Ho,. under charges_against her arJdng.'U ,
supply, the provisions of this ordmancaiEQ
IIrl'ltt ,
duct I IJiMiiily Count ofAlachua \ .
afttM (
very the dead.: march in SAUL i\ ulilv.
; f 4duiuii.traiiuo rotate G. Be it further ordained by.the That
tui I! .r.LGLlOXLVomtn authr uf$.IJIUEL authority, aforesaid the m astcr-or consignee of i
.neyeftheless. wj beg'pur reader to read she dancrft well uf ull 1:1uf.lliJ: ciiunty' rterra..d. Vessel which shall enter or depart from this port who shall fraudulently underrate to-. 'pilot.any

,t hem jnnd remember them; because ,each para rious is actually feted 1840. JACKSON J. KNIGHT. of.this port, Ihe drought of any such vessel l of which bu isThe master or consignee,shall any forfeit
.graph' Js 'a"'text which ceiYcd'at the I and"pay, gpoh duo Aloof and conviction thereof( in ourt of
upon we can preach, n. tables ot any competent; authority,the sum of
sermon" anj,4ay; w, plensHf it does hot ,scsbuzzuwl by. rts-p \.otlee. ten dollars and theutstsol'prosecution ; one half to the use of.the'city and one half to the uso
'tho wtTukcf.the present generation, it will :,:;of diamonds by one sue } .r'' data I 'N ill unpljr to the lot conviction the pilot: to whom'such misrepresentation. shall have been made upon prosecution by him to
,proI.ect ,
with of
a'choriutwith solid Coiinly Court of at. John 1 11011'1 I -f
the'rociETs. or'. TUEJB cniric&cx. wheel, by another: r nduiinuirutiun IIIf- the e>(\i" of / SEC.' 7.. Be furtherordained by the' uthorily aforesaid; That it shall'b! the duty of the pilots of .

of pirou rtting and, /.'M:U", lard uf said eu ltltl.d c. this port to offer themselves as pilots to every vessel bound tj this putt, outside the, bar 'unless
"A great icnsalipn Ii as.been produced in New. rut a'sum which;would Uttl': r ; A. il.. CflLE. .j I thu state ot 'the weather, or of the bar, be such as to render it.manifestly 'dangcrotu for thu pilot '

York, by n report thai 15 white girls had been ]}t
enticed on I and fronVthence: without '' "UI.' ) Court uf Si Johns County, fur LeV" 1 ns the,safety of the pilot boat will permit, and there to guide every such vessel 1 over the bar by
being allowed to land[ .in the Meditcrranuaii, are uu the |,.isle. of T. 4> A'O/i. signal as may be disposed to cross it with such assistance, and to pilot them ,up to this harbor
,were taken to the coast of Africa and exchanged *follows ; .I' Uld count>-.d"I."d .' L.and it shall also'I e"the duty of the said pilots to go on boardx.any and every vessel bound U;

with. the native,chiefs for pegrdes-5U of.them' and FrancoTwenty sail hf id4n. ,G. A. scmy.uizuAN.' :: :sea upon being thereto duly required by the master or consignee'of'such vessel and upon the'>

them_ w eI'e given for'ona girl ,. ninety smaller vessels ; I.b -'iYe.tll..Ii| I liVuply) li the payment to the pilot so going on board of the outward pilotage of such vessel and say demands ,
England--Sixteen suit ttHf Jii.lji. o'ihif Couniy Court" Coliiui. uguiust her which mayor' shall have accrued to him under the provisions of this ordinance
; Thisctory is horrible, if true, but tie the.ladies at4. and 'Pnly.smaller oaths IiI... llia Fd4riluy'nrzt! m I I pilot her to SC8. And any'and every of the MJ! pilots who shall refuse' neglect or fad to ,'

were front ft precincj of. |hc city called the-five I I $ .Ten sail of the in thefoieiiiMiii ,of-lhii 'Y.lin Ictlfr.i>f ul1y'of the duties Pnscribttl to them by" this section of E hisordinanc without some sufficient perform le- I/ z'
. points."?? 'galls. corvette and brigs. ; IUIII its the the e .they must havo'become too well'accu > Col'iinbiit ''I'UVK- cause shall upon convictioil tbelcfJf.in any court of competent authority; torfeit .
tomed to the fashionablo i doctrine of amalgamd- ;! Austria-Two' sell ol 1 Jl.HO. Cconnty.A dreaU-ud. t I the sum of fit.y'dollars and the costs of prosecution one moiety thereof the city nnd the other .
vessels. A.
aTEXV'AKT.Citation. .
moiety..to the party or'parties grieved,who shall for thersamo; and
.lon toJecl f' prosecute every of the said
greet_ entilivenes3. on the worst.part lEgypu -Seventeen sail. .. 1 pilots so.often ding shall also bo liable, in the discretion of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of
ofihebusihess. : 1 1>mul .YCStlCb. -: I IIKKtjjy: tilVtN.lht1 ,ixcwlck4 this City, complaint made before ,
J upon and proved them to forfeit and lose his license as a pilot
Among crowrfed; ad,' tho Queens become i, -Turkey_'fhroe sail of d.ito ai|>Iicaimi WI IM mudt for Letter of sued Iwrt.t .
ates,corvettes. &c. tf>iiiiii, dt e1l. iI'..* uflhe e.l"t. ofjusial 'SEe.8. Be if ordained '
Qt4eaai herejbo is further bathe authority aforesaid, That shall be the of
.PDursn reversed-our yan.iee Sardinia Four : "- duty every pilot of
Qucan4re frigates this port to exhibit a copy of this ordinance to every master commander of n vessel I
becoming Queens. Unhed. ROIUR.r.RAY.\IOND RHID. by whom .
\.l: vrrDj -''', .- '-"* ''-' r "l ate and on'eorvett States.One sail ..tine.. N.,v. 24. 840. he shall be employed as a pilot, or from whom he mly.or shall have a rich? to demand any pi. .
; IOlngo or sum.of money uaderthe: provisions of this ordinance when'
: Gen.
> flatly contradicts tho report : Total, two faundrcdand ToLet SEC-O.' it tbert r required. .
t further the
.. t I- It o.'da'ruq 1Jy authority aforesaid That the pilpty it''tfe
bar harbor of
of-hU, being used up ,by paralysis. We I BY the 'ni"lIu.-Tw St. Augustinee,shall lo I licensed pod
must Honshu teady 'fm'n. by the Mayor and.Aldermen! .of th,4
not kill iiff'our "real'' men so.fast. % .N .The foljowing.card:;- ; ; llie.one.HI lu 'n.II'e oilier m.the C4>nn- 'be licensed to act. asa pilot thereof until he shall, with two i-rsfjnsns ci'y'his; and sureties that no who person shall ,..
shall have
t fCT soldier and the mechanic:' .. AN.ly.II'u"' IIffic .. Nov 13. I I j. 1 been'approved! .of by the.Board of Aldermen of this'c;; ,' have entered
Y inton''oiat.nnd several
The( Steamer Wm., G asU ji left bond tn the hundred tr
; > yesterday penal sum of fivu dollar
(; 1; ?, payable to the Mayor and Aldermen of the City -
rnoiningwit&i50tcxruttsnfihed ofStrlugttstirieandtheirsuccessors' ,
{ Artillery! ,'E, ho !. 5ic.\ conditioned for the faithful and skilful
undersigned the Jtsddtttu' = discharge '
fJ 1
ndcd, to rpiaforco, tboj jBts on the Southern ,r' in that. pafwd I, !: .. ; of at!! hb duties as a'pilot of the-bar and'harbor of: St. Augustine rind also for the faithful and i,

coast ,' '. .Publi Du', L0I .skllful discharge: all .the dut: s pi "eicrypcrson arid'persons employed-1 and under.biro in _
,velar egJgMjBHyy-smfotof thcJjaLS bnrand harbor;JvhicbJkmdjshalLb a t *; '.. .
TbCf .
Ito'Pfipan t
rpcn.bnnnN" 1.1l1'S.
of the,Hon. authority a.rcszidThatit'shallbelawful for the saldJPilots -
grtapaco j \ -
enable them'ttf
}4I a as they may deem-necessaivvto perforriftHiCr"c
wa il aj Lumpkia of Q- r ri I It ''rustin TJi'escribed' J6 them by this'Ordinance, but it is hereby declared, that the said Pilots and cv- -
datin It'hii I- 'iry of them shall be for all which result from the .
1tX' ov. Reid and family arrived in Ta.UIl.ho.ssee > personally responsible damages may. neglect
him at tlTnel"Torifi"e J! l"5> ,. uriskilfulness or any.dcfectivcr.or improper conduct of the said persons or any of, them white fa '
pn the 5tb,irisJ.Ve! are much. pained to th re in the service of the rare the aforesaid employment of the said Pilots or any or any of them and.It is furthcrdeclaredthat : .
,1t. Ile
learn that' on hit arrival: he heard of Jlhe death of D. A. USIXA', a olicits thcsaid'Pilots shall not employ any person or persons underlthera\ aforesaid, untlt. their

..ihe .-0 infant' chiklrcn ol his recently deceased 1). R. LOPEZ, ( ",'LI4 -("h w," tduiontoji.! Cbsil.*t ton : 1 N'* names'submitted to,and approved of b)'. the Mayor and Board ofAldeTmeaof'.this; city.: ,

jda ugbter,.Air*..Graham.Tho JAMES PONCE." F. i ; n. 1'i.iUAflphh! ; f: A Bn.wi.e. 'lIal". j t f Sec. 11. Be.ftfurila ordained by the authority ajc"t! J. That the declaring, imposing aQd giving t ,
M.. NEUGAX, ; Uapt J. L. piuhfp.. ,.Si.:Augiiitmi fhe'pcnalties and (o forfeitures in thisordinance mentioned, shall in no respect impair the, common
season' has-been' uncommonly sickly inMi'ddle i JOHN AKOREO, r"t, .. 45ct..nth,181| I!. v i|law right of persons Krieved ton compensation in damages the extent of their.loss, from the .

; Florida. UOSATO. BBATO -f persons acting as Pilots under this Ordinance ; and that this Ordinance shall go into operation 1
\\'N. Superior Court, on the twentieth day of this present month of January. -s
: ,SYo are indebted to 'CoL. Dancy'-for the following St. Augustine 16th, Vistric; if Fast ,FliaidalI. ; Parsed. ,January 6th, 1323. ,' ._.

extract from a letter dated --- \ ClIANCKltk ) : ANTONIO ALVAREZ, President oftht 'Beard of Aldermen. 1
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I .Mclntu-h Coui laittant '
.* POST? KINO, 0th Dec,'1840. m._>UUliTlB dl DJ1I Ju.t .. Approved.:' Jnnll. ry'8.1 '!S23. "

On :Monday, the 7th, throe Indian warriors -- .Mclmo'h. Defp.lfllini. ,. WATERS. sA : .

. came in under tbo'white flag. They said the ro I "' mid of the to'appear fei.l Coniplainnut.to the ;eutidartinu and it hav of ; -,. .. 01'V: ,

were some t fflvru in the,hammock,but were afraidto that the said .'defendant resides nut of this 'I \. '".'1"" :

co'mo.in. One of,them was'sent again, nnd 1HI11T OF.ST. AU mi that thenrdiiinrv process ciiinut bo ser 1 : .
-! i served the said dlfel.r'l&t caunut !.e coin- AN ORDINANCE : .
returned with four'mor ,, \ .
.next day warriors. and "t1If and un,w-r or !llI.flu the said hi I I. '

six women and children amounting in all to 13 i i 12h-SU 'mer Charles Dot IIKKF.Uy lJIWERI'L: ). 'Iht <-a Ii. tin' g entitled i
: l inn-iid:; To. lan.Ordinance7' An ,Ordinanceregulatihg:the IJilotagotr
'.14t .stco.meV' 1. G cli-irpe'l BIII".hull| t kt* place' on .
iAmong' them is Tiger-tail's brother. Wo ckVt *' ,
-J- ; '.Mm d-iy ill J nit next when illi! said dci of the Bar and 'Harbor of St..Augustine.' :
learn.anything'(rw* them, as we have no ii.ter- 15th-Sch.. Empire, S( ( \ i ant appear and "ali
't preter. .They, are kept under n strong guard. '. Steamer C. Downing,' '"il t.t this (lIlItI.-'h..' tioiico by puhiica- I. Ie Be it ordained by thl'ari/1'or1ty' the Mayor and Aldermen of the City /St. dugvstineThat it shall d
1 .
iir-wup slier, a.< required by lh>t Suiitte iu
[50 stories "Ufbe published theUniou upon Sch. Frances Cooper, ; iiM'l le mid prnrid.d f, tus been duly :h ell the duty of the Pilots of the Harbor of St. Augustine, to offer,themselves as Pilots, to every .

this nfling Cyc t. 'Ono will be, that Wild Cat UJlh=Sch.Zcrviah, I 1'.IIIII"e cause manner all !if the. said I d .( 1 bound outof
1k-d. .. ., .' l,7tSIt.'l11er \V. Gaston .e (iie.cnt in Court. Shall,be entitled to one half of full pilotage., 1
) "
: ] ', )2... my'hand; ut rhir cbi n' ers. in the city1 'Sec. 2.: Be further ordained by the authority aforesaid. That the masts'".nud the person or per' '

Gentksisrsnlywand)CfU. tor Aufftirri'tc.. thi kith. d'lor IVovc-mber> sons who mav.havu-hcrh the consigncesnmdtheun'iterorownor 6f any,and every ycssel.whichf "j ,.

't' 'We, have not.l Ifearned that the tnd''ns medanj'JOO'yd -H YOUNG JR 1 tl.- UKO.N ON.. ; shall l depart; from this port and shall have rrfuscd a Pilot, this harbor, .irhich shall, for the pur. ,. "
JL 00', .Apply' tit ige of the. Superi'r! Conn ror the VUiii pose.of avoiding the plmanncraradymenarad p iluts, or follow in the tractor;wake'of'nny'' pilot; boat of this ; .

: .thupast'weektiii' ;| \\ hni-fler reiit the i ict of.Last- Florida. Harbor! or in any themselves of the Pilot'*, signal in crossingthe Bar.of tbw HarUr : \.. '. .';
"' copied l> peter U Dubuin Copy. shall IKJ and liable to the to which the said would J :. :
; '
y ; jointly severally pay .me. > ycsst-I. R .
!) GIR13S Clk
t His Honor Judge Bronson. arrived on, 'lee. 1H. .Itdu; :' ,2.ttm; havebeen, subjVct if she had token a pilot onboard in the said harbor.of St.Augusiinc. .and bad ,q, ,
,' Wednesday't'ning from Jacksonville, having \ been.by him piloted snftlyo.crosslbn! Bar thereof., Pasted Apn IJ/A lb CJ._ ": ,. j

. dosed the scsaion'of. the. Superior Court for DuWCounty. > i HERKBY .GIVt.V., '' .\ (: .f-irtl.o previ-ntwn nfilonGle... : ,' ,.. ANTONIO, ghVAi1,1623.President of..the.Board of Aldermen. ': ::. )}
ItS :; the } : .
AKletinen '
The People of the county appear- I after dab to apply.to t> ;.e.t.bl l.iywrsud Itlt. 'Received nnd Approved ; .j
; A"PIJIItI4t.'l HI if Mil prti"" u .llItU"I'I keL'll '
Ccart of St. Jotir.s Uomitt ) _. WATERS SMITH, Mayor. -
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tb'bav el been much gratified wjth his mode. of of the, UeaJ'''i tiiN of '. t ni.k. any Uiutir."r WAiiton'y or ui-i ": 'f. J i ;i
tell..iiijti or other cunibiftiMe! stet er. J
presiding. defy. as will be sulEt-nt to I -
tote.thipereunalatt.etibeeit +: Ute .Ir..t", 1.Iraf. It. urouod._ IIJth. Zf
: ,
CoL Sanchez came in at the time Reatlitfie i
same the JUANA. !!* ins-lid c ly.t.V"I) ncK"p -i<+'n, or if a
Man ; ,
r office of MarsHoVin,East t Florida is anything -. 'St A, "( !. Dec.. Ir!lh.. ( I I I owner or ill ..ter,of*iirb oflvnder. 'h IIJur. \( ORDINANCE j
0 in the u*>\pr ma sinecure. To be to travel'a .Jl "
buts compelled : G "" ''lier with ilia c6i. of uit if any.(hire bn. L "
: greatdUfance'lrieyi'ry.directtoni through ,'bat'maj .ALL. Per'ons intereead. : Nor 2-1.)"4J. '-. .> l For the purpose of reviving and continuing force certain* .ordinances' heretofore -, :. \ ,

now te called,nii Jridian,Wilderness, is n* tprecisely \ in this, d4 t trout : j AN 1'1)1;I ALYACCZ.Matnr.. .
all rT as coMnitl I can Iw In-ar.d P. B.nu.u.i:. c.c. passed 1 regulating the_ Pilotage of the Bar: and Harbor of'St.Augustinei ., -
pleasant. ply BS Admini.iriitrji of :,
.ibiM$ C.Miiiiy, drcfii ed," Boots rriu'l'hoes. '\ .
The Schooner Lurtna, Cwpt:,waary, ret rn. iJapeni I j John and a"Q't (J pnli.r'riUr lia\iny -iu'riied l'roin_ Charles- Be irwhed to.the Mayor.and Aldermen fine Cily rf St.Avgvshne, That the ordinance entitledi.an -

. cd from the "wreck of the Brig Morris a fbort 1 deeearpt I. uthe ll-ii. i- .- : i iI i dy the Sch.; SIIt.lu" ,A Frauc. wi'h.J' ordinance a' ll ling the pilotage of the bar and harbor of the city of SL Augustine" ape 'r'
1!I of tw Ui.'riei of I:...i FiI,,ui ..,nmeut'uf UlefI'Saud SIIUES.fresh. proved the sixth January '., and an ordinance in amendment thereof approved the sixteenthApril '
':''dimance.orth of Mosfjuito Inlet,"without i-ffects tbe City of St. Angniii.ii*'. ft u..II.lflCt..ii. ,.u..i.li i ; .t' L'.di", Il 'he.: 1823.'and nrp hereby declared to be revived and in full force and operation. .< .

- ,.and. : potty that .Indian' -tracks wore on the beach. J j I all lb' right.title and' 'UII.Ft.' ) ; !!' Kid sal| )|or.>cco- JJIipper .,i.1 \Va'k.' S c. 2. Be further ordained That it shall be th* duty of tho pilots of the said bar and harbor i '-

'TwttWgrocs' report- 'having'sexV rinlndSsn atiJbtigSwarnpoaFriday 1 1j | all otbrr iiit'-re'i"','in,....' | "f *.11 i.I'I" |i.U ;rii. ; t"eeiii"r wiih an A.. to make n survey: 'of the channels oi'lhc bar, from time to time when directed )the llayorsotodo. -, :
builJiug; and i i.npiove'M iii ; ;;i (Gr-lll'iiieii'iirill |lr. ,. (;.lf niid Jlorocrn ;.
t' 'H und make immediate report:of the same to the Mayor ;, and the said Mayor shall have pow'r -
j : l last. Wejlye this os !:I' part.e. the City nfSt" ; ''. tllld I'Minp ; B .}'!. fine lh"' t.. l*,un$'', ( .and is hereby authorized to appoint such person or penoiwasshall in'bis opinion be qualified .
bounding South tU,, -| .
probabtobat : .lea' Ant FnM.ch Calf and I IV ier. '
N tiilimbdy b ll'U an < ; ,
't quite i said
a ff IP doxh _ire -t; East by ,Ja.ne ois. '1'heabord GIM .'S ,were Jil!! niiiiiifictn fr thn purpose to accompany and superintend the said pilots in their survey whenever to

loiian:are making ohscrvations. while the volj ., James E. sLuck';', knu Vu lej/eij rci ly for thin ninrkei. and are ufsn- him it shall it shall seem necessary. Passed.21l1a JU11.f. 1828. .

'ttltfeer:ij'pt>1oxitpkd :pre.murtcring.. City; :a N... G.- :: I!. 1 JOHN DRYSDALE Mayor.. i
Al Uw .we tiuie,.ppli' lit of r.IltI mell'* fiats CHh and Fur 8. STREETEBt., Cltrlvl I
urn..ou'r :thanks to the .Editor of the td/Judse; 'sitnn( at Clia | : B< y.* Hats and Cp; Clothing' ainl Seth {, ,
'IYO .ret '*
.in,* tliicjse, may Gee .
many articlo* t< <> n' ro'-rou to wnlii! .
Gm rgian for late file. received;by the Charles lluwince t of.lba wid-'wV a.e sold at reduced prices. \ '
.''ItllldnIB'trator' Wottce.Etate\ of Frisks Sprague, fee
alwie.cioribtdtot.bulktn( JOS. .
Pcwping. .pnd. {WntCaaton.j IT" 'i +I j I I in the pr nweds lUcrcwf. D. I|r co NELS9N. ,. 1..1. err.n,4 h..i..crairn. aainKe the Estate * Uec. trf4l>. 1 :l JOSEF LCfFIS. deceased ors "qllired !? term orlh" Count Court ;for ahe Cean
] v" ; : : Notice. j
., --Important If true. -, 1M lrae Mend ill
: I Judie III. :hfiii for punent within ,ihe lime precn Mjd ty of St.John to.be holden: 'T .
:: f the
: 'ke after d le, I will apply t" 1-1
'" )lenort'says'' tb rn Jans( have shown themseJ I .oU.-\LL gq.tvo ih- Court f rfl Jolnn Conn f'r l buc+. toy' lacy. nr Ibety will be bnrrerf : and these who ann,lane lfStI.j' 1t p"nIIDY aceonnts 4s administra '
: ( ,"111 urc >lam!>ia immediate of the said estate for teltfelD"Dt accndi r If law. .
4 Jii'| Cplumbm'Cou;Jt and.lhiu iheinhab.fonts ., Jlf/LTOA B. 'If indebted tu said Eat .t- matt make pay-ju>r :
y i .on the estate n
tb further CHARI .BVRNE.-
utelit. JUANA n01 RIGUEZ, Adm'x. i !
thmk their rooW better than their compa- l HOOKI R dec. d-aaaed. PETER ,BENET. Dec. ?n. '
; 'I' ; Oct. 3. 1840. ,: I St-Ana D t8\b ,1 Y '
-l' j.- .., ', ., ,I Oct. 3.840" : 1840. ., '. ."
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;.. ::Dhiirl 1 I .-' -1 tVifL s LJf"&n :' .D ad in'Florida, arid,one m iI rwdairwl&114.MaeridA1dt. ojthICt7kf '

; >. St. Johns Grocery Store.BE. CERTAIN 'and loU of ground. the city .of St. &aid '4m(5iSiJit. That DO perIOd or person* ,

I IN CARtt V. CO. are now receiving a spjen* Aou.tiue.lbe property of lb heirs of the.late. Marquis 'shell ,Nil or offer tor..Ie In'this city. >.v anyplace .
Pciwren- Yiaa.aijL W assortment,of arLcl.in, their fine, and de Fougeres-as other UMU,.the Market, the fresh JS of auy

; ."l"., ..',*.".,.pet p'ut ; particularly solicit purchasers ( thechoicestdescriptiou.ba'in.z articles now I. Six tou..nd.acreson, Black 'Creek.. beef goat bog, or sheep oroneOt ,witb-
Undine for aaUrm the
Sen. '
: during din received by as 2.-'Six acres on Indian River. out the same b been tit.zposed
CP-\"L .* Ronotr.r( ', been selected in New York with 3. An Orange Grovecalled Marine*,. "\' ,l; Market for the .pace of.one hour and no, perwB, or .

"k tfo l/JoiSe&'dtc.) j tat"., and 'the greatest care, for' this market.. Our stockconsistkInpartvizi. ." ;4. Ditto- do.- De.plne.. I 5. shall sell .or offer (or sale any cf inch meat m
persona -
." of 4.Aiotiu.Cbarlei.8treet i .1 : the-'mon.hi ofApri1.May Jane.1ull,- n. -
(sou Joseph ac I = > either of
_: ''i Alexander I ,to give a mi E.tIlyson.Skin,,Young.and Old.Hyson.JL 62101', I & 2 Miratda, .. J. ? I" gust, SeptembtT.or October/in each and evesy-ytar

I' '. : w'.U con- Souchonginuapers,Imperial,Gunpowder.&c 7.;! A Tomoka. unless the eame hall nave been slaughtered aincefiv. .

;* utjilcd October 3d, to SUGARS-Lr V. Lumpruihed .Porto Rico 8. Potatoo'l and (urtY4eYnacrel- and a .hair- oclock in the afternoon of the d'llut preceding. :' ,
of Con St. Croix Brown Havana.;New Orlefn., Richmond, Georgia.A i into the m rkel.
.' ; rtliirnable Jdv1l : Croix on the Alumaha. thai upon which it is brought "
r fnrTifon opening' the \ full nor MOLASSES-New Oreli. TrinidadSl.' ,' fair anJ lejtal(,title; ,by 'a regolar deed of.conveyinceoranofthe Sec. 2. That the flesh( any animal fforeaaid, or !
i l Su-ar House and Syrup. : above tracts or lots of land, by the brought into the market, shall 6e brought :
of its kind
.OJ ;llappeaiJOgbf. COI'FEE-'Jld Government Jaa. Rie.. St.. Domingo 'authorized in'express nnentuntil
by remain
subscribe who-hasbefln'daly: shall
? ..Miles Arr.dondo. ( whole or) '
loudo ; us to prm ;and Laguira.greendo. of attorney, ;'from th* heifs,of the Mar- the Clerk or&b_ .Alartal.;>.nd he.head
wneuli M,Arre power inspected by
} necuch
to publish Toll\C CO-CaYonlliti.PJu: :. and : w' to sell all the'ebove parcel e.land. the nndreswd hide skin ard head .
uoiia M./'.Ar.loPdo l and A.Cauiptaell's .. quill de Fougeres. of every bog. and !
: Svnez 51. Arr.doiid:( our.duly ingot SIrs. 1le., Chapman ,Sargeant's Un application to him the fair and l lwsl l titles to the of other'animal aforesaid shall remain exposed
Snuff and Cigarsufthefinp { every
but a :lnur..cture ; be seen. JOHN. RODMAN.Attorney ., ,..ud -the' nador. or
bours ;vowner
; Ju, dee,)-aud ._ same_may during market ;
the Torres quality for the hirf of th'JUarqtitdeFougtrtj ,Clerk: or the Marie cents.for
feri>an!o M. CHve Oil. Sweet Oil, Rice,Indigo, shall par lo the
1 tdu ; 1 If it were Oiyes, Capers d. beef' and a half cents fo* each calf '
: t1arJji: M. r ana t' each thirry-seven
Pepper ,
?M 'rrevoudt',' "' ; b them .in ground and Aliipt Ciova .Apri2.186., __: !-. 'or bog-.and tweuty-ive-cenisfof each goat or sheep.Sec. .
atl*ofthe Cinnamon. i Jib papers; : sell
\m.don.JiJ. and ; : 'these Cloves,'Nutmegs, Ginger, Pimento, Salseratns;, hereby given,that I forbid'any person purchas. ,,3. That any person operaoD.JwahaJI
7 1 .t rtuudo' Mt | Cayenne Pepper. I"epper Sauce Aium Cop IS lug'or trading for any property real or personal, or offer (or sale, any tainted, unsoubd, or.poor meat
; ..aa4undoIc1u.d as we Shot. "Flints l'ercult.n Ceps, Poweer, Blacking; belonging to the late MARQUIS DE 'FOUUERES. fowl,game, fish,or turtle,t>r any stale or unwholsome'
huur1 SI.$ | Pipes fish Sein.Fhiei and UooklCh'I'k''Sho'and deceased situated.in Florida and Geor: "., This no fruit \vegetable 'or other article or provision; after
JO. .,.itt .).a d the daily *\** nli'horse Brushes Candle f Wick; I is given in consequence of John Uomar Eta;., having been warned by the Clerk' of the Market,:not

: tv1i. II. MunttG1 and the Mi.ls: Ink. Black hnd.Waftn.happing lc; city, having advertised sell, attorney a o 10 off r'or'sell, the said Clef k shalT forthwith call
** rt'rua.4. ) *.\ yeas and Cole : Balls and ti de 1 ;deceased, r two 'eitizanLto' examine the fame with him.'and according
l It i h pnb T iJe. e Bar Variegated in Shaving, i for heirs of the Marquis Fougeres "
'. ">. r.J1ott'to. .Ct)-- affords loan; Hull & 801" Patent Candle, Lamp Oil. : ;\,the following property to wit: :' to their judgment shall allow the aaie thereof

": CW wifo; Ru.-.no Sa : will LiaUORS-OlardrSignetteand Freoch Biandyt I. Six thousand acrea of land on Black Creek.. : to proceed, or cause the same to be taken away,

f1utip 1. F.i vMaria pe con.'We !Holland and American.'. ,' ,St., ,Croix, and Cherry 2.Six thousand acres on Indian'River. '. I burnt, or otherwise destroyed at the epiosoTo' ( the
r.$a M. Arwdonda, Uum; -',* "' 3. An Orange Grave called Marine ; owner.
two weeks J
; "', Briid. Arredondo' ) WINES-Porl. Sherry, "ade ra. Muscat, Malaga, 4. Ditto. do.i Delespine I | 't Sec. 4. That ttO periOD or persons shall sell or .tre. 4

44 it: for s/Je eny Wad of meat dead fowl, or gain:. a thy ;
auddo.lioi' resile uttec Stout and Aiuen- ? Maiket.until fifteen mintitas after day break at whiglitre :
and is orriou. brandt; London. Brown. 6.2 lots, 1.& 2 Miranda* P
ih. Unitedtalcs of : Globe. cau Porter. I 7. A plantation et Tomoka. thetnuketbell anallbarnng. 'JJ
Mauds tb. it j r c < hal That there shall boa C.'erk! of the Market, 6'
.to say prepared P'-dt. .8. Two' hundred and forty seven acre and. a See. 6. -
rqr V o shall bold .huaocs) daring the pleasure cf the. 'l
Uci ielhe'process
Richmond in Georgia.The who
the of
and Altabaina
$ :"AISINS-Biinch and in whole, i 4'ilu on county r
thAtiinrturne4 But it boxer Sultanaand Door. 1 rents, issues, and profits of therialas. well as .City .CouncU.rand receive such'salary as they
J, D. Weslrott ; ; be applied to the discharge direct, giving bond ia sufficient. security for the
the have to may
personal ,
t'j Citron Currants property
; Figs ,
______________.,, i4auiiBf: ; 'IT IS i of Mace. ElgliJl, Mustard. of,all debts that maybe presented U me as the proper performance of his ;duties. lie shall' every
,' ,l..< to or answer 1 by, refer Filbrll Sol.. Marquis .de Fouge.res, within two'years, from, the I r a bell ; shall examine the weightaand nuasare. ,settle'
V MtvMUeei.lhdtyof: ) rap&e. date. Therefore no relinquishment of posses-ion )b :all disputes 'arisinj out: cf the'same, and eee that

-na'fli.Mr'ccui, & : Provisions.flUShlI'Jos. u administrator ofthe property aforesaid, will be the laws of the Market be ''nly: observed he shilt .

,. -"; ,astOHTijciraBd. as of soon Con as ., J, 2 and Mackerel, In| whole in boxes and made me to the heirs,.or any person they may appoint as :L attend to tbeu.clear lines .f the market shell dUi

fatHUereio{ { a : I. half l'.rrell HerHng in Kegs Herring part or all of the real as well as pcrsonal.properl)may gently collect all money arising Oto the use chili.

hftJ41i&J nIbume .1)or. Hams, Beef.Sboulers bate to be sold by mo to satislr the debts against the City out of this! ordinance and shall pay ovit "ike

ot'dIPII the prut. 1 aud Tongues, Butter, ; aid, estate before the termination of my .dm nistr.. II same' lo the Treasurer on. each :regular day of.the

,, in such (*'e' made .. 81 I Soda,,Buiter. Sugar Milk and Utica Crackers; orship. FRANCIS ,GUE, ,Adm'r. I, sitting of Ibe Board : he shell record in a book kept

Ul'tt.dchem'Jer, 81 Fine aud cqarse Salt. Flour. &c. &c 'May 7. 1840. !. for the pnrpose.the ClriptioDicolor spot cf toe-
I b. sert ..HaJ.dllare.J and head of each animal slaughtered with
ia' bide, skins
of 6
Uu t.
FRASCIS ( Amgnttvu.answer
To Mr. .
& / city ,
A true copy I Axa. Locks, eaUed Aim Notice;ukiek 'the marks and brands'thereon t bestial! be under the
SPADES lo apabtication- by
K. B. Rules, Latches, boaid for the' of the
.FAureU'.lingel. Bib instant tie Administrator direction of the management
im that of the ft
\ paid Spoous. Fish Garden' Hoes. Cas. appeared paper and i itaafsirs1aud no mIl7lrioleafor.int.rruPI -
lok. Lad. Dz'FooOERCS Market person
; the -
of the Estate of MARQUIS .
(Iiije or bank in tors, GimbleU, !{uive ..Combs,' &c..&c. deceased.. I him, or any poison nnder hi* direction, ,
,I' THE: of country Also, an assortment I o this' while employed in the discharge ot his duty! '
surprised to see publication .
"tV'uU a, ( I .- Of Tin' War&' I from WAS greatly of the character of! See..6. That'.the Clerk'0'-&be Market or other
gentleman respectable
.L .STaLI1flI should Kettles, Quart and Cups.Coflee a : violate, neglect, or refuse to comply 4
I Mi. Goav. pretending to prohibit the sale'of tho real person who may "
Df J.U1ANORIfr.'S COVERED. ; do. Palls, Oval Pans.KoundPans with requirement of this ,ordinance,shall forfeit
U..il estate of the heirs of the heirs of the,said Marquis any
unless the I
J'lLLS. IPrwe f weot ,Japannad'S ugar Boxes, Molasses Cups,Candle under a full, valid and complete of attorney the 'sum of five dollars for each 'offence, one half -
lions in English S Rl V 1:8. Stick Brei.1 Daket Craturs; Small Tea Trays, for that granted to the subscriber power of this'at- thereof tolhe complainant, the other moiety to the

I Tbe high and l 'ot *. i3d ,. and small BrassKrU' .'..t., It purpose.tnnaATthttl the latter'were obtained bv I I City to he recovered with costs from the delinquent.
Pill"}! renders Tt tli&t Also/a variety of ii;:'Cue in' November- -last,'when- it i mustbave been I muter of the delinquent,before any magistrate, ill .
thtir ;it I 1
particular' ue I I tkh. iiame of Corporation of.this City.
Ferfuinea'ye.fi notorious to that gentleman,that on the death of the ,
game names. ;JLVER Pencils;Cal GIa and Gilt Beads, Port- Marquis, he left a last will and testament, which waa,I i Sec 7. Tint all ordinances, or parts ordinances,

aU puriMrgtfTict tutu I.ae ever used ef placing H> folibn, Silk and Bead Purses, Shel Twist and 'duly recorded in;the Clerk's oSceof: this city,,and r repugnant to thia ordinance.! shall be 10 and the. .aaaae'
d.d them.In a more Side Comb., Milk of Unli'. Spirit ., Bags, 'J and Ions before those letters of administration were are hereby repealed. Pasted F. L.May "JJa10r.P. .-/
I Lavejder 'Vate,. Johnson Sir. Gui tandnonotico- that will is ,
ni!u r cares" French Cologne.and granted .
ton hd aid bare l amcng Bear Oil, R wlands Macastar dc', Pastor do.,.CClCrem. mentioned in the letters oradaxinistration or that B. DtnsusCLaak. r
Powder, I heirs' law of Ihe estate of the Marquis JFor Kent Sale.THE .
ft.t'I ur tI<:e-no h, : throwing Windsor Fancy Soaps there'were at or
t4&L. tA-.ih'e' .se of experi. tail Shaving Soap.J. Gillol's..Patent Metalio Pens, : who 're.ide.I Paris in France and also* bill widow, HOUSE AND LOT in Hospital Street -

/ health ftbe devouring! protection Indelible Ink Cork and Glass Inkstands,Ivory Whisler I of whom the power of attorney to the subI !'joining the 'premises of Mrs-' Uol'ertson.-

orsdkated. careless or Ivory Dominos. Snol Tobacco and Shaving I I.criber'I was regularly! 'executed, and proved before' a Inquire.of' AlrSON"ILLlA&IS.. ,
'- P<>n Knives 1 at PariV, and certified there by the American "
in public
Ju ousquenca o. to Boxes Razors cases Raor Straps. notary Feb. 101840.
tiou,tbcy are : the follow Powder Flasks; Hair Tooth, NailjClnthesandSha- Consul DASIKL BBJCSIV ..lq. Sale.TfXTOTICU
f- .fIdml.atsrator' .
'- I 'I.iJe ext" idcd lI ving Brushes, Ivpz'-*** "*- *'ow, it It'most unexampled assurance on the part .
Pocket Com "".Cue,to presume,-:that under letter* of,admin u nVf by .i en.:That by permission.pfil
:hnil arc fast lIilp'e papers .
Six cation car'Stand nny.legal right to interferewitb. the the Hon. the r..igeor the County Coartiof 8t
f milar
profewcd }
of the ;de Johns County', wilKbe jolfal Pub Auction en
eat estate late'Marquis
a. _nd c'atlcbae beon ; _Dollars Ltlrr .1..tiomer one of l Monday; t'aa.i30ih 4 rVf March next, it the .

l ,4i1rcoihe.' 't Court. House in the difbf Su unstine. betweenthe
I :: _' \l 1!! ; opinionof hours of J2 and l-q'cfocJt of pHbf, all the right

: n u\t jrijfjiia bowels --p--i _L ad toe ,.,
t tact ,
-. -:. .- e"re.wba( (L6 of land I h Ing about two" miles-nor ,.. ,
-Iel I together with the buildings impravtments .:1 ( ;
ttie PIIUTT,: of the :
v re Ac of the ro'J
b. UT.' : : leme'I" .- : .Jl*. itegaIiGue I on Sale b9tng.snl.jecttoa inmurigaTze frthesnm**>** ,'of :
Aii Brandreih's Alorlet 5* r'4 *ifyf* 1fj 9 1500.
4 1\-tu.', than two, l: \ i pocket ;or he lI ) nay have and,iutsresty and to thewidow's dow'r. .'
are to purchn. ed to adopt this mainreof imposition credit of 12 mouths wilt bo riren. .

wiiho'mf-ncn. /inJ' afl travellers in number Feb..6. 1840.- -.i public bythe advice of a certain learned gen- Feb. 14, 1840. > M> JOHNSON.. Adtn'rv. "
4 : that they $emanpt tbi is city, who had applied to the subscriber
t>ica ion of' Illness.. T"1: \ be 'JVotice.. | hereof purchase one of the lots of ground Jo thin AN OUDINANCC 'regulating the appoiotntent* of

*tH**>trjej are.X1n.; and [ tveelciifler date I will apply to Jndgeot, city! belonging the heirs of the* ,Marquis that he City .Marshal I. Clerk of the )Market.and for;other, .
.viJed kel sfx th "
are -
{) Uwy Legal nd ) CountyCourt of ofMorquito or lettersof might get it. from Mr Cue, at much less pradehar. I purposes:;
,.' medicine one tbat is fixed administration on the Estate of PATRICK RUN. he could Tom the subscriber1 .-' Be it ordained ly tit Mayor and Aldermen of.At City

$ teirerites.t: rule. For NAllAN,4 Ho careful and ; square.- I that one y eai from thia date a fit and
1V-840. as soon as the Hon. Judge ,Bnoiuon arrives fa proper nei eon,to be
i uortsista to be Any is, : this city and enters upon his official duties 'of the.I known as the Crty Marshal and Cteifc of the Market,

p c--rjatsis' < of four JYoticc. .. Judge of the Superior Court in'ihi"UI.trrct. as the: whose compensation shall be one dollar pe?day-'and
nUbnihed >
My <>wn Cortificate sic the same lIE Subscriber intends visiting Washington nex, successor. of our former ,Jlldge'R.lid..tll l hy His whose duly it shall be, under direction' of the Mayor.
roltUl./ flOOin winter for the purpose of,attending to sundry Excellency the President of the United 8tmte.bllotblt ; to examine into and report all nuisances, and all vie-
,s' 1& h md wrhiug. : overrun' claims entrusted to him. He.will take charge any I Governor of this Territory .h,.ll apply to 1 ilatioss. of theCityOrdluusnee. ; to collect testimony

ot.r '1 eh4 ninths by the ovhers that may be given limiter that purpose.\ \ Judge Bronxon for an older to absolutely revoke those | against, and prosecute under the direction of said

prnuiticnew of lie b ac- /Jf T1I03. JEFFERSON MITII, letters ,of administration .huced, most fraudulently, I'.Mayor, all ofene against thIS City, and abfeto discharge -

fora.; f<>r patcliisern seal is town .. Attorney and Counsellor at.Law, Neumanstille.References .; to the a>id Mr.:Gne.: l' all iho dcties rrhicb belong to,and are d'uehirc
Luie. The: not : It tsa notorious fuct.which; must have been well known [ ed by the City Constable; and who shall give'his at
with :.toelleal. It I
n will be His Exc'y Gov.nlr.) to Mr. Cue when he obtainedthouce letters of administration -' tcndJoco.ul pq the .AIanr.r such litneaiu be may
ed there in doubt .
aJ no : the. con- .cri. L.t RUI vfallahassee.J. that when the Marquis de Fougeres left the ( deem expedient, and ..haI'otifr meetings of Conn-

r r.1t1'who' there want is I 4 \VJICOT Efq. ,> : United States, to return'.home to France, bo bad no i! c"and: be.in attendance at such nieetinit.to discharge .
Stci4iiu. 1
tt. lIu'bp.r 70 ) l \ admissible, -' Judge BROH:, : personal property or.any kind'in Florida 'or'in' any such'other-duties. ta.maybe required of him .
1 < til aflairs, Col. fOTU. State of the Union, nor was there a dollar of any' ,under the orders of the Mayor and.Council.
Charlcnton where the J.l
cfj.apd atthijJrick estat,1ih-!i D. LE. } AUlustine.. debt due to' him,?or' Irom him, in this country, orb 2d. De ilf..ttlter ordaja That, a fine of tin dol-
at the Col.J. SANCHEZ, the U.S. JOHN nOD IAN.-' ars shall be imposed upon the said City Marshal and
freh and in
good 28, 1840.To Attorney and Agent of the heir at law Clerk of, the Market far every neglect of.dutt reqm .
Other being mV '
ciube till his ( establish Ag. of the Marquis dt Fougeres;deceased.8tv red of him ,by the existing ordinances, which. may be
seen certz
delinquent Purchasers PuUitLandtin berpafier .
of Eat Ira Auinsilne. May 1840. passed.
f ftnd soal *f his : without LMD OFFICE ST. Ava 3d. Be frther
) ordained. That the cili Marshal
'f E P.nOCL.lJU.II..l' ON.
r' the ben- and Clerk .
,August 3lst, 1840. J of the Market -before entertn/opon
i.M. ; : Perscns holding Receiver's Receipt}or leg By Robert Raymond ,Reid Governor of Florida. duties er.bis office shall give bond payable tothe .'

of business Puoctl.or can he : copied ALL i r's Ceitificatef, or other evidence ofpurchafr WHEREAS'it:i made known' to me, thai BILL City of SI.% Augustine'" in thepenal sum Ot'fonr
of Public Land lying in the District of Land negro slave, the property of one hnndrrd dollars, for the faithful '
subject performance
of hi
ljj :oi4s Finer ; Daniel Hoiick, of Leon *
/ cash and County who
was confined In duti2s
to sale at St. Aojtuatiiie, in the of Florida! according to law
; Cai, Shoes, Boots, regular Territl' the Uil of said county under charge, of Rape tau 4. be
are renpectfolly tequested,. exhibit such Anf farther ordained. That all
\t. I UriJIfa donbli t and made hi, escape from said jail and i i. now .at or
eeriiRcatrs oilier evidence of large: parts ordnances
receipts. or purchase
01 contrary fo the
t intent
ne and
i hot Potler.e Now know that I
Cards, J ,e. Robert Raymond Reid Governor
of .
thereof this DJeanllJg his *
: copies immediately, or as H **** be and the
tie too leJiaui of same here
bv are
3 packs U1ce. Florida virtue of the authority vested
thi, mme brepealeL'I'
and I>.pss, br' strict ., $4 per nOl to a the practicable issue of Patents., nouce..prepaa. : by.law.'do 'herebyofFer a reward of : ., .. med ,8lh' M Jreh; 1 SolO. I jT .
the ory F. 1. DANCY .
--- continuance of ream- : \\,. H., SIMMONS. I'Register TWO ,llUNDRED'DOLLARS.' .,_. "It. 1'.. D. Dui, Clerk of the-Connij., .lI.for. \h J JNotice. ..1'.1I
per ream. of the for the apprehension or the said fugitive and hi safe I .
Land Office. ;' ;
St. Augustine- : !! !! 5 per set, GCO. W. COLE delivery to the cuStLtJ'T: .?(rlY jailor or other officer of I J I .

iflhIIE Subscribers Receirer Public Monty. the Territory. of Florida, author i ized to take charge of ,, ALL persons having claim or' demands'. r in.'t .
travelling him. .. i
estate orthelate
I 1'otfre. I
1 pajiug i- The said BILL alias'JACK is GERE ;
on, Groceries, &c. about five feet decea.eil. are :'
-- .t
4" H.lurd-tj"pIP'-m. in lilt'l read or may redd his pMicution in this paPr.at first cut on his chest Jib wrif t* deeply marked by handcuffs Lea from tLia date-otherwise they will b barred
\\he Ilk IasUoa.'l has been
:] May one ear pierced ( hinitation and
or. all
.Uumtiiio.Brand,. : ppe ring;a large scar on his ; persons due the sail.estate,will
I Urnr(Olait apd a ctrr : left leg,just below the knee;his color rather licht.ami please come forward and make pa m7ent oM'ila
:'.'JVlad ira And I tlr'-I 'no*inform you that on behalf of the heirs hair very hort; his left leg is somewhat stiff which ,. FRANCIS GUI? Atl..f'oflh without de .1"J'

Cl.trct in casks and .names of Uarqiiii de Foureres. in virtue. ofa call.e.limp in his gait. Estit taLe ,,
( .ari.piagne, in, in honor. I rll nud coinj> tt power pf attorney frol them'p'cial Given under my hand.and seal of the 'I.fay 1, ism. Fozsgeres, dec'd. .
Hiiles. ; day filed in the Clerk's office ia this
J'Sngif. Cuffee. and I city a bill Teiritorv this twslfthday' of March 'I

-.1i -&.,and Baiter. ; different, I chra'1112: you the said Fral(1 Cue; with frando'lentconduct [SiAL.] eighteen hundred and forty at the city Pnrtnership.
f ,agaiovt the legal rights of the said heirs '
1'ilot :etd. : I 'of ,Tallahassee.. / TilE Subscriber having formed .
I'tij'ttn Market j the said Marquis do Fougeres from the time when you ROBERT RAYII ND "REID.- .. ,. U. the 22dOcober last, todnnectlon alt' I

.. ,,OTAUJ*County \ : I obtained mot illegally' and fraudulently' letters of ad. By tbe1Goernor, j el Jr. LEVY 8t BOY, 'will continue the

..- oUpd Hernogs. j ministration tho-tat8 oftrm said late Marqnis de J. .AI'CAIfT',, Secretary( FloVida." : and Retail Dry ,Goodid Clothing B siness.Wholesale

.. .J .Ls Starch newspaper
: Fwp -
t Molmwes New r. 'h 8th nwy last, and your publication or the 7th of C. UOY" p'
: )
'IVhaiicrt. Sfgars, that month,you plainly .,how your fraudulent views, IS hereby given that nartnnrship bel1t"exist-; ;'TJIEY..h'ne and received a new adndwc.omple"- t

All which they .. pretending to forbid the sale olan! 'pert of the rca ing between BENNETT If IVILSON'' in the desirable Fall. '
: jstile ofthe late de Wheelright&f Blacksmith Business Wbitesville whjcflibeylovite the attention of'
tOioinodaling terms. Marquis Foog*rO. Now it clearlyappesuis at the their l r.i..d.IDd
-; ..'. M. .. I that you must have been advised to makethis E. F.. i. this day dissolved by mutual consent. are Public. At the 'amelime they inform those wbo J
I t publication by some nnmskntt ptttifager of a law. 'j\Jlly2G.18.aO.. II. C.. WILSON such In debt to them, to make immediate payment ac

-<-hsreston! ,Oct. yer J though even such an.llimal' ought P. 8.' The Public are respectfully informed tha will be debtaWbicb..r handfld notpaid. b'vthe. 1st niDec. itzt. '
-' have known that letters the busies ts for the future will
der.iands 11 to of administration confer nopo.eve be carried on by :Oel..23.,1840.IUtJeQ (orcoU.ctioD. I'

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demands, j i I I advise you to engage: sajd "d'alB .
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to read thh whole fill are still sefliogJ.OTS
-: ,je F' .arw4.teqnired by law;- person over of the bill in chancery on wry
dto filed by toe and in farm IP 10 do. do. Sweet Malaga. favoraiA.terms hithe uhiagen 8.
oiliod you, of the S.b..D
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are requested offer for
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