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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: December 31, 1841
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,''',': f:.' '! ;..,., I3DIANA.,: : from passion prejudice, and prepossession; yet and th. 'Pe ple."' pen; lamphlets4'1 d0ills ce otterwac, _. : .; r. =

.... ...:-f'.l.1ihlrIDA., 1..JlfUI. .. ..: 1 it has ever been pur aim to deal charitably, and any;:disrespectful or offensive matter jpalUve to ., :.i. t .
". .c' . .. justly by.all'men. Wtf nave tvcr'tried to treat .- ""Iiitention.'' transactions ofa private nature between officers V ; l .
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' '' '; I.IHSOV Pauly and liberally fcur poHtical opponents, and Those who.ri. read thco the case: p f or between officers and.citizens; and any officer ;. : .1. "
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never to suffer our. -personal respect' to Iwdi- so offending shall bo arrested i 'and \..
., ALABAMA. .. Moses El.. Levy as,we publish them to-day "m ; t ..... ., '
,:,. t ie """'I1iI TIRGINIA.JA : ". nurmhed: .by political,, differences. A; : mean and'one'oD'ot1he cha ;:egiunst hint. : :
,. ,.ut 'N'S'A grovelling subserviency, to 'party.,we never see that,his rights as an "inhabitant",of FlorIda -, hall bathe .YI01atiOllarthk.. ., >< ', '. ." ..' .
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Even-hnnded justice friend and foe of Americanlaw :. this order : .
... j "J SO'O.N SIN We trust will bo :Jbllowed:teen r
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J..Ch.\.llOI..INA.. always our objectWe What facts ronstituteal jdomicil of a : 'Veto' /; ';'' .i..t. "J. ".
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; "LVialtf: 'N s v L v A Nl A ,attempts! has been a question frequently .discuSsedTljere .- ... # ..' ,..' ,_'-r',, ," ,' I 5VnpOn .' ;,, : '
certain,TOGA in East Florida,to deprtc.Mr.Levg WeaOCOdliettd' d 1M' {d .. "..,._.' >'." ..: .< ,
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.N r \\ ,,:u ,.\ M P: a II 1R'E. Is no definite period of.tirna requisite ic i .. : .. 0.:1'\" ,.=w 1
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of his seat in Congress, and the unnalutal aDd : it'.. iI5ioft- ., : +.ak .,' ;
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..._ :!.:l\t.\ ..sJ J}) s 'I.P. ,r .".J, .... '. n :tncQns' to.rcn ;;.t .eteet their'object' ..create.;=. ::.,..;it.-f- The residence. -.. tp'crente'it." may,:'"be. _.... 't ;'J" ..'.'"-''. ...'.'..'...[ ". ._'' 'C.,"........,...'Yr:4.... t' 7':: :" ....':''. '0'_. ".,''. '''' .'."1;:;T.....'t.. ::."..."i.R:' ...,''.... J "_, ";'_'.1" "'7 :..";j .. ::' .
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: rlt'"K''' 1' a .i from JPtoridaVwbich have deluged the n4l'thera' :, JiII".it i
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,,: U J ,.e ehi.. :.we neither voted $r 'Pga1nat .,t : .' ...' .
" rt-., .. 1" '" '__ 1 _' hair He was the Loco' Fpco candidate and by >In 'a qilcsti6n"' Domictl, evidence of.the papers for.the last sLcyears,have,,kept.'tbeWtion < 'r : :. \ ;
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-- '1 U'ttV! :pany elected 'Prior to, this time, he had before constantly in. 'e rand bocn :ijno: main ,1' '.;
,." 'l ;CU' no'tci. .; Council had been'1D parties conduct 'aftervardst\ta\ as '; "" :" .
4'.1ti jLCVA! : NAU'QtO; served in member tho Legislative of the State Convention, and may he ,received to ascertain his ;intention: .aparticular cahtieofpurIongingth war. kT e war-nearly i" ;A: '. .. .

... rl.'t.h Scriber &trka rtbie In4t .' of, inforpiingtde.itttdi active rather ; dap.--5 granleaf 39Q.-... ...., .; closed is the. constant theme,'and thus vigorous :$ $. ':-t ,. ,. \
"' .Pie"ploAb1ic,,tiar be liASlakeD r.had figured _: conspicuously a prominent !.Tbe i declaration of the party whore homer;js' in : '."
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: member of the Fl Democratic Forty.Duringthis are daily : .
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t. 'C"J -..t if 'arse a4ways Heft cotsdueted' wte l, an' i controversy, made at the timo of his"gding.prreturninpi 4-: = _. -. .-' k .
w+ dklK'liestt' b t .tw lent tie every etertlon to make II period his citizenship! been I cal I may bo,'received as'cvidencdo f his 'F .oRIDlTl Apakxchicola /Journal pf the i/<:' .; : ( '

,lt'tr, rviaj,4 f ihcir pauonaje.: The horse led in question by certain memo tbeEast; but' I inttnl on.-5 Grcenl, f 20ti. -tt ult. rumor td that ',, .. \ f' :' :'::" :).41
27th publishes a brought port :
'" and wiIi be fnrni abed in f(qw think the general impression: the .
.aI1M''Il. rpf'uad we more upon toestttblisha ,
,fJJC) fIIktrartt"Itrll\lUre. mis- "The circumstances ii isite by the sloop: Plume,from Key West;that Lieut. .: i;." ,.:;:, 51i "
that his
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domIcil are easily. McLaughlin had captured.seventy-five; Indians ,q.,, : J
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ThetWtt the subject was finally brought .
taken. Indeed, '
Uureua.Kent 73. .
the truth and equity of :" .
'bebad 'on New Rivur. ;
,. in this bIIJ.fJl'maik' -4. !atlredtagevry The whole establ hixury.lhal) !went will eau be un- favor.before the Appellate Court, and decided in.nis i u The ua jZJttoo* b in each'cue the real sub. '[ror6r cents; we will ynderlake, to e tall the : ,' ..': .': i."... .\ ,.t':

-_ "d.ir bi'**.ia''* >prfulendence; and will be opened for ject of enquiry; and when he residence= exist* 1 I : 'y "
Hero the matter rested,'until tho late canvass Indians Lieut.Mclaughlin} has caughtjihis season :: Y' :
isperrodld IslorDicatnberntxl.Tbrrwl t reel y, .without. force or.restraint, it,is'.ta(udly ; : O' ,'
,viUbu reduced to ,suit the time, C;en- for Delegate tq Congress, when the charge oral held to.t>c complete! whether It be an actual. or fried in their, own.fgease.j.' : "I'i. .:" : !i ..
ineuctiiMfeboard and lodging the ilHJ nb.or.. mhip ,was again urged 1gtlOst..him.. He G
t!!, : by only an implied residence.-J&nX 73. .
4.iir'?iiio ubltftefan.. f' '; was, however, elected. but met at Washington aremonstrance \Vhep the residence is 'ants Jteti, and has .Hal leek says. 'after searching fooi or five iays .- < : ;7 .t{ J .

r.ttrtrf! 11* infaroied ihat'"a carringe will.run reANU "': : ogaipst11i3; right to a scat; communicated n national character to the party these were the only'.Indians'he could find on the V :.-,;-.i t;

16 ttytstl' !I\heC'e.utr.tJl1.lI.lto.4d.tlII1 tau) City. I ,Now H appears to us, that in view''.of the decision it is not dive:.ta J by a perwdual a6'en ,.or oven river,and,he believes are none on'.it, except i .: .;'! it

$it'," I. ,! ,' 1tGRGCULA1l ;1.L4'.dJ.\11U)> .1 I of thu Court of Appeals-in view of the by occasional visits "to his .nattvecouut: y.-1 high up probably( there afFprt: Jalelon'J.: ; .: J l
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I, tatJuaat.-,...- i fact that ilr." .Levy, has repeatedly been electedto \ Kent 73.'The. 4 .The different detnc detailed '(or.,the 1r: : \..

regL&LLaTu high and rcspoiiaiblo,otiices by tha! people of presumption arising from actual "*i- Everglades expeditions; remoTi g"from'Tamj l'//,:;.. .

,SAINT ACaUSTIKC rACKET' !, East Florida,where he was, best known together dente in any place is, that the party Is there ni- pa Bar to their designated positions around tho l ', ?" ; ,; I

,, .87 'v lJV .f FKAXCE&iti' : with the fact that he was chosen by the people mo/ manendi and it lies upon him to remova the nig'' Cypress. You a11OQ11'e pectto bear t < :. ';. i
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T 'T., uudt-r.lled ( iufoiwcitit : ovttr his opponents to.sill the post of Dele. for his thunder from haH and I.hop the capture ., ', '
r''SaiitAn n.nne. atilt! the presumption. if it should bu requisite, quarter, ? \
a' it'1 t iiii filled o 6atcCougressuught U sun r him> to retain his safety.: Kent2. | ; of Sim Jones and the prophet. -. <, t- ;. ': ; ,
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,tbe sbm''eCY1CIi.p'Q"t t. a ruperiur utanner ft.r toaceosated5Jdn.ef sent. The grcifYiaasso tho people ot Florida' 'Iri i questions on this'subjcct,the chief point Col.'R.'has two Indian gujdesrwith.1iUD, who :" ; ." y
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lAp P*.*cnjer*, Iianngadde.l' .?/ her believe him a citizen-foj'we' ,lake it for grant.thut to be considered,, is.the ammo manendi ; and have: promised to conduct him to Samiding. ., ". ( ':. ; ... ,V .
forpiw caateii''ien*tt. extensive i and.airy 'tabm <>n they'would not vote for an alien knowing. courts ore to devi such reasonable iulct of eru places. < I-, :'' %, -;

". deck: with eta roouia;,' and b< pc. b) strict" attention ly-and, so! far as wo are ablej' ti:. jndgc. believe fence a.? may establish the fact of infeuiwtt., If \ye cut the above from .northern;papers,' to :' r :1\ ,

: A his b iijei. to n-cnive .urUMiaro of. the public; ho shouldsutfered: .( to occupy his pos They itsuiSciientlytnppi'ar that thti; intention .of remnt inform readers of what is occurring in'our :' '',,1i .
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1 jitiif: mare f t i i.< ui ,iLl hIlU'de.rvtf. "' Il !ieve i that he is disposes to act. out thou iahes 1 in mik'rn orfor an our [ '

l i i'-11' ,>!;< l'iiV" tijLeri taken oil, M ..reasonableM or.1p:' : oplc. so f.\r m lc ..uot .:m. without'resliect j t indeG; was into to lime, tneriuht permanent Qf clomicil tcttlemtnf is acquired t own neighborhood* and of which they might be .. ',.; \' r! : .!'

..< 4,) Aii v tllher| vcs. ,fl. to party. They sic ndt cesii'-ous ot 11\-1,I rand profoundly ignorant, _:! 'V ''::fi'V V'''... <:
1>V .x rc?i-icnco even oft few days.-8 + ..,
" o!'' JtJ: :l.- .1 ai, LUUIS'COXCTTEIt. ving the."Delegate's: post "!vacant at a most in! ).'! ..."."\.->,. ... The beauty of these'|'I .."riters'b '--& they ," :' f '; .:,.

, ( 8U1JBRio.k. COVRT DISTRICT' OF purtant time, when her rulercoU require. con- L5tant.ntttuti > '" Every: man Is vat!w-eel bJ] the law 1 nations- : I always write d covleur de rose in ,prospective; ',", .' : ':-.f. : ;. .' ;

A.r Bi.11' FLORIDA (] n. r asa member of the society in tcIlfcA he found; tell of the scout that has. out ..''t. .': 1
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We therefore, taut Congress wi 1 they always gone .
hope ,
:- \ svASCio S.o\. l1E7.. llesidenco h prima facie,idcnco cf national t ..
with Mr. Levy nS the case will justify: with hopes' of,the wonderful Indian they '_ : \ '.
f' 1t'" ". tSo. liberally character If it bo takon. u p anima mznmdl, (a great ; ; V
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,. it..tlt",, 1;dtt't'Urrtj 111l1f.l'; Clarke decd., of course the 5" must vacate his-seuU: .Bti.! iet '.inicil.**-4i llMji LAID Jour, 63.' which some wily. Indum .tPY'PreaLsa'tabring ." ._-.' :. !., "

i ."cd f''ri'ds: ;icfc (tiMti.t''uiifl: ]V: J as .
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rf ; mottles of those laboring to i : '
,-, I..."..' '. ,, ."''.. .t.t..rr4y'!'g''. ',,..' i n.; "iind\,, a'detisccs. f-.or .J4I" K. .. i-turke., ,. ditplicb:! tau him. ;. p ?are lnto'a iciVor place permat1 wish x.Lr an, ;mfowwr.ideace and'to establish in consequence his dom 1,instead) oi"Informing the world: tltatthe rmybbcozled ; : -. .' -, ?t' ,- .,

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. .j. r;.Y c.i11. :" tl5"1; I. "' c-.ft'rtlf.. Se'iawelrkti6ci bits tub 46 .1 'T d :t1itlt 'aioliy i : :: fooleries. ." r:t ,V." ;>*;, .
, .y ,:., iiiw\( tw,,' ...',t al'! :'!I" trtrt'ct 1otta' toTlds'etattfrSia : ttepttt1ll% was ceded to the United States, IS THE LAW .7. :' :t1" !
fed 1 will i Canal, as a boatman of 1321-5. He Rain Jones old fisherman, has for,three. :
and to Ii directed alai"' d li\\ t Icpu.Ae( Champlain OP THE LAND, and admits the inhabitantsof I an .
el l'l'ullhe tit o in", fl"f.t,6.t: the Court lluuse in the t.lie was engaged in building boat at this place Florida to the enjoyment the privileges.right. years been alternately,the Achilles, Ulysses and of.

z City ql( ai Ail"''htill" on ::;aturJ 'y,tl.8ounh jay and slays
I. Nestor of this ,
., Dacember Et, at iheMuur of l'T': uV.ltx.k! M, all the I habits, and miscalculations in business he'be.. twopenny;war <
right title an il,iuterest.d'tae i : Uefendaatn in and It. came embarrassed took the Sabine Slide-entered Unitc.1 States.-1 Peters 5t ; (not I'ETEE, re- home he may remain so for fifty' ears to come. } ..

the following described' prupirty( to wit: An that I I the Texan Army..-became Colonel, and is collect.) -i, \Vo should rather. consider i him the Fabi.us. fo.r. : ; i.\
remain: l lot or parcel of land, containing seven nblit'h! N. B. Thus, independent of the stipulationsof ,
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the West side of th road. now Vice President by over 2,000 majority he quite out-Fabius's Fabius. He never Ii' \ :, .'
acres more !less; lying on Shad and a right sort of a the Gth article the inhabitant: ," of whom .: ;
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ntreet within the liiuiti.>uf tlteCi.yof SlAugiutinc, was a ; known in any offensive operations against us, .
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and known by the natiia of the Mil y (luinirntas; Texan citizen, we should think.. 'Samuel Houston Moses E.Levy was one became citizens b) effect and himself so as to be out of the -.. !
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bounded on tie &Ci-t: by said ro id ur ti'.root. sis chains the hero of San Jacinta, U elected Presi ol the Treaty. So, good bye to that griev : I keeps snug r, ; ,
and t"'enlyli. ks, laud measure; .J'.. the West by the dent.-Whitehall (N. 1') Chronicle., reach of all our offensive; operations. His.bodyguard ,
csl rsebantmn 'reek: ou the North and South by two ance. 'Clerk, call the nee'case" is .variously:Estimated by the letter wri- '

JlIr"lIlIlliu.>. runniiig: from said de'rociiV'c' tnt or l-road the. on land a The keen rejoinder of the following goes a From the t Michigan Jjxpounder. 'ies at. from 36 warriors to 600, but if:ever he I ', .;'.... ..

course on the :South:ofo, owned nth eighty| bv one Joej L. Clatkc, now Jacob mall touch beyond St. Augustine. There arc The Territory Florida j contracted a debt' b'cau1ht< !lit will probably be found to consist :. :
U Clarke little Pcddlingtons in this world : and the whether the General Gov :".. Jgirls.
Fonnan.: and on the North owned by Jolm'! many question was of two and a half dozen boys and : ; V
n wj! Venanrio :5l1l1chez-bcing parts of a tract or ernmcnt would acknowledge such debt. This squaws ',. .
of village ,
PoETETl A correspondent a paper :
1f U'ntcrs Suiitli-together started the creation of'the bonds .
parcel based
nf lain pure : case was on "
M nil all tho, ri .ht*, IMC infers and o'ppurl..ni1ncrs t here: ,..in this State, appends! thu llowitJg to a mar. and was decided by' Daniel Webster. The i. / : .

uutobelont g.and'every rut end parcel thereof. irv.;" notice,: question in point was .* Whether aflpr the salt .Our enterprising fellow-citizen; ," oh !!! t
about fortynuined i f "Hnu\\) dear youth s.no:: v"a u'vt essayedI'ho I .;'
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\ISO-\' :regro wuutan aged; bonds, it ,was competent for Congress to annul i" Copartnership.-The subscrbiers having this
road tread, if j i
with th future'iiu : iitalriinorii xl I to ; ;
;utnr' ,rats, Maria! together for the of .
thp.llr"e. and virtue be aria oil the contracts made under it! The answer of associated themselves purpose 1.1 .;.
To satisfy .May.trutli ; -
>iise of tl raid ncjrro.lave-
n e transacting
heart and head K. Mr. Webster that after[the sale of the bonds
said decree t :: favor of tits said Venanciu anclicz. To guide and guard each was, 8. .. \ .:. "
and tlii costs and charges .iluireuu accruing; Whereupon the bard of the opposing paper and silence nf Congress'fo a session after the ness, take this opportunity of informing their .' i : -
Mar hal!. law medc known to i i'i: Congress could not and generally, that they will fl. tie
JO:*. ;l. SANCHUZ: : thus responds : mas friends, a public] :;'
I Uv JUIN M I'ONTANE.: Oep.&larflnl.SLAugun And now, dear h l'( ." since you've e""ayed: consistently with good taith and. propriety), repeal o>cn in a few days, at No.240 King street. > '.". ,
inc.'Sept 10 1-41.. The rn.1J." r.itnaviu-ward to travel, the grant-ExcErr rQRtsoME GREAT EXTRAVAGANCE JOHN E. MARLST, '

The abi vc sale is postponed until the first Nona would have i.nuwu, had you n >t biay'd." OR EXOKMITIIN'IUCACT! ITSELF, OESOJIE ,PETS S. SMITH. ; 0 \ : .
flow a i ass wa+ crachin2: gl nve I. In .,
.Saturday i i December great ABUSE OF IT BY CORPORATORS. (Charleston) Dec. 15.
; Tbe abo stile i. postponed until the first :..t.l1f', 'I'his.l. > little Pcddliugton all hollow.LT. .- such races, Congress could, consistently with .'

day in Jana..r.,:, I ( S. Gazelle. good faith, repudiate.<<: And.. if Congress can re. UOUSQUE TANDEM ABUTfiRE, CATA.: .

ul rliton. I No wonder the Hosting folks have thanksgivings pudtitc, then sovereign ,and independent states LINA, PATIENTIA NOSTRA1 '. '" '
V the whole ground. Thisis :
This then .
T lILaul scriber having been encouraged by his when they can thus revel.on.the. fat of the can.all that is! con tended covers.for by. Michigan'or any Though a printer 'we have long wondered ,'. ',' ':/".:
out in lot .
uni-
friend tl elltft.ri. to lay in
100 (pet iti'i: 200 feet proposes in depth, the place known land: 1 other state.: Had the 5OOQ,000 loin been honestly t hat could be the joke of type-founders: .. :, .

a. Trader PUll* i ill, .itu.to ou the :St. Alary'\ !fiver, Ga,,, The Yankee Farmer estimates: the amount of ncg fJCllteh'ad' tHa| amount of money rsally using the above phraso in their sped ; t-

at theoeiid t navigation.. The position is' at pros' produce annually sold in Fancuil Hall Market, t been paid over to us os.it becam: o due, in good r en book of Varieties of Typ but we know. it .. ; ,

rot iD OtcUr ton of United'States troops, u a post, at $8,000,000.'IZ :-Pork, $3,050,000 ; Beef faith-had we derived the full benefit from it- .

but "itll ben UunJoned! immediately on the ternttnaLion 81,750,000 : Butter, 8600,000 ; Vcgetablcs-and had we suffered no material injury-had there It'means'w: will \\t i

of the idiau trviiblbs, in m>rida.il Fruit, 8500,000; Mutton 8300,000 ; Fish, 300.- I been "no abuse of the act !i by corporatorywlt ,"- (being translated), How long .-.
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Traders 1 1!, is protiiljly one of the mostiluaiiuti .helltLI of 000 ; Poultry 8270,000 ; Cheese 8250,000 ; } then the people of Michigan would have ou abuse our patience_, oh Peter' .Smith J", 1
and eligible for the commencement ail 17 cents but to fulfil all the en. '
Eggs (2000 dozen per day, averaging nothing to say promptly '
inlind trade g ..own orallY ou our Southern border, in her behalf. Tho deb of Illinois amounts to 919,129. 614J2 >
dozen,) 8119,000 ; Veal SGS.OOW.) gagerrents entered into:\ ] :
\cl-of the per
It H'ndi70Wding vet at least above the river dollars to.
I the abuse. of i An average of,more than forty : ;;!
of t he ,or IV f
t If the enormity grant
fiieamboatr. now' in g >vi-rnni*!iit employ, approach [ and child in the states .Then.r ..r V t
the! lindiitjt: iii c.rft'ct.llLfelY. ; and the public road GREAT BEITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. it b> the corporators be sufficicn t, Florida Bond every"* man woman of Illinois, at.the'preset;time, .. I .
stock
fron $tt, Mara'and etherp intetowardty The following paragraph is from a Washington i \ cent ; ,.
the about the quickest .and at this
charters to dogs cent,
go from 31 to.32'p r
may
1i
will selling at
btutrenneo, 1 (ivtr mid Td1I\h&8I'fJe.'! pan throng letter in the New York American. Mr. Stevenson ? "
.Ih6 centre- nd no doubt ii f'ut llaIQedby those best'quaillted saps that the disposition of Great Britain i is Congress might! repeal them: all at a slap. r ite the whole debt might be.. bought tip- for :
I t five
&/ ith the :rCogtapbyofythe country, tb., second 0000000. The interest on the debt for. : '
reading.
pacific our new Mia ester i is able and patriotic without the trouble of a ] value If"
Meet' will i|id HIM: become the inert and thoroughfare aud therefore trust that Congress will seethe 1 i cars'.will be equal to the posent"market ( ;! .-

for ihe rodtice ftf the s&uie. we of pursuing: a calm and dignified I Eighteen Mickasukies have been heard from, v f the stock. The interest in July lash was .. '
The .bounds will thc'1ioeat a epring, issuing propriety the principal.-Bak I '
Spa mile instead of getting I who say, that they are determined to fight it out I aid by adding 8840,000 to .
unrioul pinta. and within Uie fourth,of a am course, up unnecessary :
citement, and producing unnecessary ill-will :- to the last. The Mickasukics have killed two t n Post. .
",U .of.tcb other. .I! ,debt would 1.I 1.
AKCH'D CLARK. Penn. Creeks sent to negociate with them. ( Florida Bonds were valid our

I Proprietor. The great difficulties between us and Great [Not long since the Mickasukies were as harm. c four times exactly,worse than this. '. : .

P.SA: toed rehanu'Ia butineucould be 1 carried Britain,the seizure of our honest merchantmen less as lambs ; it was the viJlai / us Creeks who t
oa atibe resent Urn. lawful African trade the North-eastern ; ". .
in the Ended .
War
A plat it eft at the office cf the Savannah Georgi and the North-western boundary.(ai were.killing them for attempting to negociate.JDuring The V

'tn, aid due notice, will be amen. of the day of aaleJYotice. I well boundary as ihe, unsettled remains of the Caroline affair II the season of navigation: just closed Outside of St. Augustine, the Indians are as ',
July 1,1841 Delta of the St.Johns : ;
with determinationto masters of the
will be brought up a < mpletely
.
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"
Canada
ISIX Rochester to amounted '
enforce a decision. Either of these involvesthe the trade direct from .they were- in 1565, too Kindred md'twenty. .". ; J.r

; week. after tbii date I iliall apply to the contingency of a formidable.war.". to 8655,000, all of ;which, with the ex. is when this,'the oldest city of the .', a If i

the Judge of the County Court of Dora t I ceptio n of 87,000 worth of[jm&chinery.has been re years ago '. '.> ;!

Ctunty for 'el\en.f Administration upon the! good The debts due to the Market stieet merchant of various descriptions! of which Jnited States was founded. V .,"'. ; .-
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nd uuof Ben jtmin Armstrong, late of aid coon. Philadelphia, is stated at fifty millons of dollars. products flourJ St. Augustine, NEW YEAR'S EVE, 1841-2. "; ..; 1
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V.**a K.: JLevy. j tens ; while Mr. Levy having conscientiously) \\The Mandarin ,RawCre. [and passed the night in tIae ....,

r 'r ti This gentleman! who was residing in the declared'' the extent of his own rights was ro- Cast_ your eyes upon the Map of Florida,.near thickets: net knowing!! .how 1 .

West Indieafthgajflctsd many ear$ ago.the (or. I ported.to, Washington..bY Mr. worthingtoa as where) the great',.River St.Johns disembogues., I whom,.. they appeared suit michz. .

A- .' I settteaaftla m Florifr. s So II .t caseTJTIT / to' &AtJao and about ,15 miles above the onarrow them. As the alarm e r..MO ,
nation of fpn jve ** T">4 ** v* -fir', j.AWashmgtoni ,. :
lhelcentrE o'f
\ it Was *considered at Jacksonville, you will observe aheattan&justtbutliot the ::8etllemeot ,
Londib however ;
,
:: .', "'-elt1 era rwas in making arangeiioa : ; Ii '
I I.. .. T tb......, ibject ;. i fcW be special+ r '1', for though Mr. {Woithington called the bay formed by the board_ a schoo wet' J Tapia off at '

i t 'i: Adams outlet of creek,and opposite'to Doc others more remote fatheflDdb &DcItt3)
Jfei United States, and was delighted die attention of the How John Quincy Julington

'. vSth Ifee oatwardsbow of our inatitutioos; but 8ecr tar1lor State, who bad negotiated the tor's I lake, jutting out into the broad river, like apromontory ed the long night, upon &their arms, iS

Jail plans'appear to have laid ia abeyance until treaty, to. 1r.la.l{ letter,dated 21st May,1822, no :into_a great lake. On this ,is the meet the destroyer in should 6a aPl tcS., :

= f\, ft certaiafty of the the treaty of cession to the exception Was'made.. Indeed, how could there the! :Mandarin Settlement. Early the morning,a few ..____ .. -

I .. ., disturbed state of From William { North of'Julington, with theirarn ,-and pursued t1 '
d i 1 oftad State*was made app reot. be 1 The;;, Indiana and the Hartley's; '

I In Aogoet,1820,he purchased of J. M. Arre- the country, for which the 8th article provides, 4 miles eat of the St. Johns round to the lowest they followed to Davis swamp; ;__

do9doOS..80 acres of land in East Florida for had prevented Mr. Levy, from faking possession settlement on the river, the distance is about 15 isfied the Indians had for the IDai i.

} 9HJB0B, 'vtth eoadition to pay:SlO$75 addiegtioaalaJBfctd of bis property so early as be desired and as it miles,and including a few south of Julington selUement,they returned to.ptm,ialS
'
c o .1 w .Ura treaty be folly ratified.Ttajrwtttetef was, he arrived before the cession: with the fullest comprises the residence of forty or fifty families t1 I' of these most deal to tb4'.'-- T"a-<".11I*>,\

r 1 ratified, be.came.to_the Uni-. evidence of a determination to settle. I who since the war have considered their peninsular or.protection.was.imperative- : : H

M ""' lad Stales to 1891. On the 8th of:June in that ,fn the spring- of,1822, Mr. Levy went to ... situation and the nature of the country ini The Hartleys were well; .toiVth, L&in i

\ year 1, be mad at Philadelphia a declaration of nna;and returned on. the 4th, of May, with I awboli i their rear, a comparative asylum from the par. an instant their whole'Propett; i"

: 1 '. : ; JnliirtiaB to become itizea. and hastened to- cargo of'sugar,"cane' for planting (the ties of marauding savages who,when they pass land and itock) is stripped flom UIesa: 1

= J.. vaffa. Florida,,that,be might.be..in the Territory+ first brought to the country) and a quantity ,of St.Augustine, usually+retrace their steps hurriedly Jam' Hartley mourns a wife and ia&at" *,

,, 1 ." where his 't' ilL" O Ilay,:preY ou.- to the ces. tropical fruits,"roots, seeds, &c. which showedhis ;. W family mourn a husband and a fitb i

... determination," |and his deep interest in The people of Mandarin ore agriculturists the whole settlement' the event b d"t.

ssst******* From Philadelphia he came to this place via I the advancement of, this portion of: the Union. the immense.body of water by which they arenearl1. yond computation. Cultivation, slat)' i, ;

.. I ,Charleston, buL.U.0110: being long by rea.I About the same time be engaged persons to cultivate surrounded. has proved a great protection rious become doubly so wow: '1'pehave '

p r''. t' ....,.01' calm> weather though arrived on] the the'!! vine,the olive, and other products of to their orange groves, which were growing into leaned: way-Atj here been e c'ugt.

coast,vetmdentand be had not landed on the the South! of France. About thirty individuals importance, and'value ; and though a latent successful. Who can ,say they

>' day tbefieg*were changed at8t..Augwtine. came from:New York;I at his expense and were dread of what might come from Indian depredations returaagain! Upon human h wmDQi.J1

.a .- The law of ealioos presumes every person to supported by him in Alachua. must in some degree paralyze the arm human: mismanagement, rests the ..

t,1 .bv n member of. the ca' munlty in which he isJooad. We have before spoken of an agreement made of industry: they have been raising abundant this day.cuntin'ues to moisten the laDdti' :>tJ
,
,r,.. .i, "-S, 08:...day of.cession thoAmericaoo :: in 1822, between Mr. Levy Peter Mitchell and crops for the'support of their ;families, while rid a. If 1' II, .

: :. I.: Goveraaeaifwiad Mr.,Leyy'lD Augustine ; others, fJr. ,the settlement, in Alnchua. At the tneir stock and cattle have -' ..
'j .>-'. '"' ', ," I ol.hogs bees annually '. JTtto fear31.icrimrlnoRy .-
.; ; .:',,,, '" ." ,.---. iIII NrJ_ 'V.. P. o."... inasaatfijLojiafertileranga--.-;$*,?,- :. 't.IUgh,- Ce "ligc .""' .'

,,":r::: ,_. j!'_"."''I!'" ,. -_ -t ..tutti oroisbBdsuppOiTtOicei. I \rwBs Uftr.ovo 1 Attach. na happy dad'prosperiagOthu-
tr'" I :::'' ,' 1 **ifc6re he'was an< ,..Inhabitant,"entitled to all th e The disbursement of Mr. Levy within a short nits scattered.. in their various habitations little 1'e ddliagtOn"with the-I+1ew', "= ""

t, .' I I. -:: .: .- fenmgnitJea secured to the inhabitants of Florida time, amounted' to 81tit.ooo.Ve mention this conscious. of Might not all our acrimonies be j bara '
,- danger-many:>unk from the toils .
# < Oth article of the in which is to show how and be mutual retractions As the laws Datea
by/the treaty embraced completely immediately of the day into ...
/ profound repose- which .
a 5.S s of immediate admission was identified with the I upon ish petty rogues, the press is called,i-
n. :. I I + the privilege aa interest* ot Florida,and : party; of young prime Indian warriors, meditate
I' :. citizen!of the,United States-tbo treat1opera. how important an acquisition a man of.hbcap. tigatethe big ones;and'we,standi iDg'ia
:,; : ed art attack on the night of-the 20th instant ... /
ital I I ocratic line, are compelled to give biff;| -
in this matter. enterprise and consider
tWjay. "r : ting per M perseverance was But for old
< I an negro, who caused them to desists .
'
,.41 r, a There existing difficulties to the titles of the ed at a time when all agriculture in Florida an financial" rascals who,. r.'ptor their '
.. by saying there were troops farther on, fire and '
I two'tracts'of land sold by Arredoodo to Levy experimental. Iu all matters he was received murder,would have marked the whole 'line i in hypocrisy are now.running gauntlet. |.

'" in exchange was made between them on the 22d by the community and :demeaned himself as a blood"and ashes. Had these Indians been. I through it.Ve can, howeveromend .
ac-
r "Thou chalk bea '.
certainconditions no 11Iz"wiujea
the latter citizen
receiving on
JaDWLI'J.1822 i ,
panied
: i con by their old allies, the British "
.we
)I fourth of the Arredondo Previous decision thy neighbor ,. because the truth W '
); II one, great i to the u the Amn. I ns. might be called
to day to narrate the bloody, the
b M 0 Grant, which is 24 miles square. Company,1'rs. Cuuke' :, in 1828 (1 Peters M2)muchalarm horrible details ot a second WYOMING. for all purposes; but if we have in any" a*{

: Preparations for the aettlement of this immense wai spread here;, by assertions that the As'it' I ed we are willing to make aroeods.If .
was, this war after '
party hovering for
grant(18 townships) had been commenced i- old Inhabitants were not mado citizens by the in the 'i any man: in Florida.. will come, out._
* some days neighborhood of the settlement'as '
'4" \ in 1820; but the fear of going upon it previous treaty ,i and Mr. Levy .sharing in these doubts, is their custom,to ascertain the own signature in defence ,of the chanete;]
'
particulars of
!
? Daniel S. Gardner
: to obtaining the consent of the Indiana) took out pipers of naturalization from our Superior each Jocatioo-who we will'recoosicIer taj
went oil, and who came
i If J. M. Hernandez did
a 1r : cussed some delay. We have before us an Court! in 1831, but the proceeding being not publish! i i cat
in &Cn
t e arrested about one 'clock -
..wMXMtnt Kilned, at MicanoDV. ,on the 19th ire b. informal, is of nv moment either way. Everyone on' Monday, nious paiBpblet at Washington,for I the ]
-- (the 20th. insL an old and faithful nears. be. of nndermininff
thefcharacter
-- or Ilia n..r
ruary 1822 by Peter Mitcneii, r. AI. Arreaondb now understands the force of the go -- --
,, treaty.
' longing to..Mr.ViIliam Hartley, who had
gone from Florida and thereby .
M. E. in which heavy disbursements j de'rivehepeopte(
Levy previous The treaty with Spain per se, constituted all a short from the house.
*' ,;,.' are stated,and arrangement is made II Inhabitau s" of Florida citizens of the United way the benefits ofhls, influence, we will admit

t' q for the immediate erection of 15 nouses. Mr. States, ando| be found iu a community u prima and The: negro be who is a good negro well known -If be neT drew rations as asuff'erbcl hQ. d
believed
can (9300 of the .
Levy was, we.believe the moneyed man of the facie evidence that a man is an inhabitant.." his money plundered itant, while he was drawing pay as a i...
: was own,) states that the party by General) service, we will admit! '
cencern. Moses EJ Levy vat: found in Florida on the '
which he '
was taken
consisted
To the *.inhabitants" of Florida was secured \' and of 21 able-bodi- If he never presented an account for
\ day of final ;; cession ; i his conduct both 6e1 nc&j
'
ed
active
Indians.
"+ ties+' .. 1 young Two, spoke English, cane to bP
K. r'y M : I : the right to become citizens of the United States; fare and after, furnishes the fullest evidence, of -one of them In s sugar paid nsforage, we wiUa4#,

!affwnf "its"ii&M and it was competent for General Jackson, who animo ln41&tJIIlidetermination to settle:' perfectly. mockery of'the -If be will bunch 'em-disprove, the vfefc
rw e i'*ts3T'T* i* -liti wpwi kr '! 0 at the cession exercised/iuftcMj, u well asrtnilitary THEREFORE'Motu; army he said "I am the Captain, that's the we'll retract all we have said. Whotrodefo
< VwHKS'a E. Lzvr i C1TI-
#
T- **- J JI Colonel, that's the first Lieutenant
< KdCws and'lhav'sthe stone 1 .
" and executive powers,to provide easy rules ZEN. .

1 &! LLi* "*1l3 for establishing who were really "inbbi nta." After a laborious examination of hosts of second Lieutenant" They did not consid] If Peter Sken Smith did not write the P.&!]
t I it worth
er while
,, : to assume the ridiculous names letter to the Albany Journal, we'll ]
; The rule provided was,that the Mayors of Pea- documents moat retract fie
: happy are we in atthis w
arriving which letter writers" P.
,, .
'u '* cola conclusion apply to vagabonds who, we &ve said.
ud'SC.Au&f.ioe? registers,
open ;for nearly blinded, like a few into
+rg wr? : ; asd fecord the names ot all persons who should coming military camps as spies,are sent away If he baa not been the principal eootriJa|
others with the cloud of dust kicked within I '
up
as negotiators a peace. They asked i if to the News under
,
satisfy them that they actually were "inhabit- a legion" of i ai q
the'palt three years by;tbe'tyer restless Mr. there were in '
Mw many men neighboring hous we'll admit.
ate."oa UM 17th July,1881. Smith .we almost feared there might be, somethuig The
; ;? j Notice to this eflfcct: was given in SU Augus.tieeoo l more man'met the in es. negro answered MYes., You lie,'' If he was nut mainly or greatly iDSttur elli
eye Wortbington'sphrase the "
=w I was rejoinder. \\e have see n them out in getting'the late Receiver of
e. v : the 24th November, 1821,and the Regis-. "notjctrtcily\ within the letter." go PubJicJfewji

; ,;, t ,. i twos opened.;,-! On ths,'ch Match, 1822, Mr. hunting J, into" his difficulties. we'll admire. ., j, .
It.re w out;eitherj iat luu "'-- JWf Cll' I 0 i 'II"' 1"
,. ......ri'.. ,W wIth-a..report.orh" a htfaN-ttaeys rlf-terdrd not build obis hotter anl'mitJ
tli $ lt
eS.S a .!,:." / 'children' :'Xt the same tinxC being a Hun parti} being ITliw1er the comprehensiveness off&iderstanding nWf.of the i word u with tam Hartley inber-he7 was from oneZ.b is wiTe: C it to the'Bank ; arid if the Bank did .'okaia> J "

: \ ia his 'he an;; infant ; arms and Mr. Domingo Territorial Bond by pledging this
stated
public riaon"
.: 'I I ,0 .culariyjicrupulous actI" "inhabitant,"supposed long residence a requisite .
b; : :;: ': '. bit case in,the following petition': Acosta.were sitting by the fire-three rilles fir. we'll admit. -
T or else tat the definition of
the
i' 4 ; term was I ed into he
; ,
: door
open behind, by noiseless If he sold lots" "
never for whici .ceaW
To Kit JSr W. G. D. then :
DOw
>> > Wottninororf Dot u, determined by our cou/ts. !
>i stealthy! foe; laid them prostrate in death with not give a title, because he
S l I ... .Acting GFovn, 4.c. For legal opinions on this question, another ; had not paid. iktorv \
The petition of Moses Elias Levy respectfully see the last words of their peaceful conversation. streak purchase money: we'll admit. :

: ,i jbewstn: column ; they t all fully support.. the. citizenship still quivering on their lips. ilr. Mal phus, shotthrough In.-short, if he has nut proved himself talk
; r That at the time of the ratification of of Mr. Levy. '
the late
,
.. ,,..r :yw rM r,, I treaty between Spain and the United States, be Knowing that Mr. M. E. Levy is averse to the toa' jthe body, ran out, about thirty )'ardo:. : chief: making Sampson Fox with a j firdnllllit

fe >tSif! r *Sr was,and still{ M the owner of, landed property n public exhibition of his name, we must apologize 'morning.thicket, where he was found' /lead.in. : 'the 'his tail, for full three years we'll retracti'p

: 3? said Territory,and pursuing agriculturaloccuMtions. dent
'.r -. 4HL : for the use we have made of it. What we I The Indians
I That though then
petitioner have ;
:' j your may s proceeded to the house And now, for this charitableness win faNVws
!
.:4. ..' arrived at this place in July last, and that exttfyeniht have here stated is collected.frorn: various, pub of Nathaniel Hartley, from which the ( : with l fairness
I liimily equal: fklttwit
retract
17/k, yet your petitioner: submits that lic documeata,+':aad it published as a necessary alarmed any
the
g he is embraced in the.spirit and meaning of the explanation remarks the by three rifle shots escaped, not 30 ness it .may have borne against its aQilhlo;
tojour;
upon conspiracy ;
45 terra Inhabitant, &&, as used in the 3d ordj-' : David f yard in advance. This bouse they plunderedand upon. proof being produced ? /;.
"$* SSA 'nance of the 18 J last pri against : Levy. burnt, as well as the nest house belonging

"'1 StatesS. ( etc. The War Bath". to George Hartley from which alspthe family Independent. #,

l Ia : a red for your petitioner alleges that hew in the. On the Deltaj! bet ween the;St.. Johns and the providentially escaped. One of the ""sedentaries" after serving ftra.''

,, .; ;,,, P p t mme condition with the great majority of the Atlantic there were outside jof,St. Augustine about This accomplished, they proceeded about a months, came to the pay table for his thrai j t.

vtl L t, :1'- > .. people of Florida a very' small portion of whom one hundred white families scattered in various 'mile towards the centre ot the settlement,for months pay, when (owing we presume to tin .

R C,;I1r;PInnfe 'wva. the been able-intaloperlOnal au.I occupationJf dircc"ons.\\'depending upon cultivation for the purpose of plundering" store; but coming assiduity Messrs.Smith.Hernandez Gard er.;|':;

Territory their support, and endeavoring to increase the to a consultation, the negro I told them there i & Ca) he was informed that he was indebted to|t r.
Upon this we would observe that either Mr. Government 50 cents. .
stocks cattle.l| were troops stationed (there were none) which t
.
; Levy,' being then a stranger to our law, was For six weeks at. least, these persons have caused them to desist. Returning 'they came Tba t's the first time" said he,"*Ieverli

S v I" net aware of the comprehensiveness of the been entirely at:the mercy of'a strong party- of within 200 yards of Mr. Flynn's house, from of a soldier oa:ng the Government;'jus ay, 1

.r L. ,. Word ",iobabitaot;",01, else that he was ,fully Indians. ,Since II the Mandarin i massacre they whence they could see several ot.bers.- charge il .'" :f

d. aware,and may be understood as saying, ..ma have been hurrying They enquired of the
.. to places of safety. Nearly negro if there were many Bard
g01 Pay:
.. I arrived erectly on the 17th I em still
the whole leave men in those houses.
I may their possessions. He answered The Mandarin !
,;,; < ,-titJed. &c." yes militia. who came to to.nld
!fi.* rt For the defence ot .this District, out of' the there were a great many, and that they had Wednesday to be paid for three lDOothSaenil ti
1 : .Arriving,with his complete intentions,he was Army of Florida'we have had a'disposable force plenty of guns. The dogs coming duo ,
out at the last
i spring, found to
\ ,,as inhtibi t ..".from the instant his foot touchd hey-were
1>w :,. .' ,! \the iore no period of time of some twenty :soldiers ; and!; these quartered same time wiWagreatuproar,caused the Indians (thanks we suppose to Smith, Hernandez, :i+
; was "r"
necessary in our barracks. The song isM We could to retire to George Hartley's, whore & .
whip ner Ca :
:
'f cod,as'the treaty per M constituted all "inhabitants" they ) only about 81 50 per month .
_" ,. the Indians if :we could find them." ,Fourweekl killed two bogs,and had supper. 'From thence they indignantly refused.
.
citizens
there .
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was no necessity for explanslion :'
ago we announced where Indians atigul they returped to William Hartley's house which I A few night before of Indians. A '
much lea a party
33J4* S4ip to. ; ; was there for
necessity
Govergpf. \ = be found but notibdy went to find them The they plundered and burnt, with the out build carried fire and,, murder into their Kttleox
Acting \Yorlbirwtnn 'coalic.r-Alr.. t
r -- old Adage of shutting the stable door after the ing. Tie infant child 1t'4Iltill shared
alitccndperished from 325 excunta
:'Itavyacase.an: exception merely because' he .to $50 each for one !ii
horse has escaped, is daily .exemplified in theoperatio in tkejfamet, still clinging to the breast mart ;.
Yam <# "hod made a .declaration in the spirit of candor r of! its At this rate Sam Jones will raise ttoopsnww
us ot the'Florida dered mother.
war. ,The lesson thean
",:rulh. readily than ,Uocle 8am.'PXLATXA .
F 'i't, 'Yit ... ..., ounce.of prevention is worth a: pound of cure After hacking the orange trees so as to destroy .
: '!r' Jt "laad"eoDfuaecl'" ideas E. F. Dec,24th,154L. .
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upon
it would
..', appear, 14 naub\al West.Point the grove, and killing another hog,"
t *'rtwdantood not the force ofeT they DxjatSur: Several pieces have eppesred e
I" \ retired to the woods about half mile ttra the '} Herald Henovertheatgnatureof
.. t fi. : conca red"it could not naturalize a pood! + ; and St. Augustine
k CT A
: per x,but that the.inhabitants" collection I was made in'th Episcopal 1 where while a second feast was preparing they B. and T.S.B.,,mynw ". .
like
l straggling Church in aid of the Mandarin sufferers on divided the spoils The initials i J am not the author of any one of tie*
equally.
'' 'foreigners arriving the country, moat wait Sunday last. .Do in money is The only communication emanating front'n4 I
actions
SiSsS money, clothes or hsupposed to exceed 81000
five years for the operation of the uniform laws provisions will ; but gunpowder was since m return from the North is an obi_

; ,, fc--j A--v." ttiM; 5224 > of Congress; and appears'to have considered Mr. beltecel{ d, by Major Beard or considered the greatest prize. This they care notice of one of my own family.saot to the Nell
".- 5 MSTCj4*:>6 TsELiw Dupont, and carefully transmitted to those fully measured with
a Yery respectfully.
: Jaekios's rule for simply identifying persons. charger,and to each warrior
,, a who have lost so much.
ob't serv'U
awarded ttnir *
of an exact Towards g
sort arbitrary portion
proses by which an attempt day THOMAS BRYANT. *

* '? T was made to naturalize FII>>ridiaDL CT: It is really distressing to hear the penonswbo light they retired to the south, and allowed the Mr.haws U- GOULD,Editor Florida Hem .
5Ee sjsfeSd
: Of negro.to depart.
tbe.inhabitanta
of St. Augustine only 40 have recently been driven into [We publish the above with pleasure. Cspt- ._
lawn by the
., laaertbtd their Barnes upon the Mayor's Regis.ttr. Indians, relate the story of their frustrated The families of Mears. George Hartley Nathaniel Bryant has certainly ,written nothing for sir .

, *M.t' tX'rW M The remainder. satisfied I there was none, hopes and the loss to which they have been subjectcd. Hartley\ Flynn. T. Hagan Sloan Ac. paper for a very long time; and we could aces .
? cnmty, becamef. costa \V. Hagan, Anthony
w.tnd
have
I remained citi. Hsgao Sedgwick I for moment believe wrote the"scurnJooi

r"s c :' I and CapL James, all abandoned their houses, articles in the News over the abort signttuttsl JI ]

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1 I Kate> and Fresh Preyl.I.
WienToe 5
.' I laxity.fbjjpdianf .enctottn6od .. .KB EH-8cb. Wcmw nsw twiog ......, '.a.nd psstfiiperior PROC AMATJON S .
tl to commence A ww.:i ..driro the :kageeopening fgrratail-: .. .
.ff" ; from their plantations Ooabea battet; Bsckwhs Indian meal I .
jatobitants the '
follow. '
' .' ,.. : wasjpassed BociMMsT Flout Corn; Hi...weigbicf Croat' to 19ib Ss ssiA ih$ night of the 4th JMj"4, the C i l tR4< m of the .1 .,
'irresolution by Congress: < and esprsaaly ssUcteJ for privsl* i....... 1 Citj \Saint ligukine was '
& *fivrttyti Senate and House of Folt a Market corns* been; dried .bafl. Madurd violently.ln.obor open!-" e.ii N1l.lJY: Some S

i preVentatives the United States in Con. No. 1 and 8; Apple; ersBUrrie, : PotaiMi New evil-disposed person or persona, and a case containing .Books and ,

jroa assembled, That.the President the UnU ravs W ater sake, &c.aaaorted craakcra-Sods butter' Sugar. of great value to_the Archives of the said City stolen therefrom .Paper* .
.&"' irf Sls. sbe authorized to cause 'rations : '
-# 'liiB Jfiod from he public-stores to be W' solicit the attention of sniliM sad otbera. asweaiasaaouiaeUM Now therefore in compliance with resolution I > /
to the unbrfu.rm ;. artidoe now received are of the a of the Major and Al ./ i .

,t ;;' --fIlL" and who who are unable, to provide for .cbuiceetdeaerip tion,baring been selected wish great dermen Council convened, a Reward of i ': '/' r to .
mttelnes hare >
been .
; Sf driven from can. B. Si. CARS, A CU.. S. 4 .
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1 t ._ r Jaomea'bt1adian de p &tioDlia'F1orida. JJee.10.1841. i TWEEi TY oOLLUI.
Dlil W -FIYL /1 /
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{ *" sio7uI MRS. MAC SMITH having take* tb.| boaae 9 "
,a ras long eta the Prrkleatll 1 consider it De. oeaptsd by the lets Major 1 taven, i iis "
"' ': It n %i ::". .Appr+, : wilteoers a few boardsrs oa reaaooablo term.ers .- offered for any information that'will' lead to!the apprehensflSi( mad conviction / ,

: ',\Thi"resolution remains in force -it has beT; sev boarders.)f enueaen. can also be accommodated u day 1 of the;,burglar,or'>burglars;. and a further suitable! .leward' will be l :. 1 '

i<. beeuiTescindcd; .. and hare tboMu unfortunate November 261841. ifS 'given/or return of the property stolen. And the .Major 'respectfully '

-. ,,' errra" been_ re-established io their posses.oM IX Weke after date ahall apply to be 1 Coen I calls upon every well-disposed citizen, and alsoiu pon the civil-magistrate* / :I' '

1 !" No sad theirrniserjr is greater than If Court of Columbia Coantv, for lettere or adniuiauauon and other officers :
i because. on the "Ie.r William if, Payee late i to aid him in hiaefl"orlB: to bI'\DJo'P"DiSIuneBt'\ > all 'a cuch .
I :was tart at &lo. they hare ,
: passed of said e..DC, dec. ELIZA PAYNB.U .. as have had any concern in perpetrating s violation'of'the -
I' .... sJr idle years; in eating up their former tab- CoIIIElMa W Fla.. November 0. 1841. peace and /'
good order of the city. I "
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i lance. ALL THE RAGE. \ -

'. :. Had)the Government promptly z vl4:; to the C HAFEE'8 dTOMACMICK BITTERS, curing Gtren. utter my,land.at tie Mayor1'', Office, eke Oik day of Datostber,1941., .
: hundreds. for sale by tbs subscriber bit .
"'' pie; take care ,of yourselves-we at .
catnot Wars Hooae; Vandua Range, sad the City Hot.ice .).- 'g : B. GOULD
'I' rotect you; they might hare'Scattered'abr0a4 Pr >89 per dox.n,or 60 cants par boule.NlCHOLA9U.CHAFEE. c t.. Mayor, '"I

."r.; bbthe remnants of theirproperty.and gained r

;. me honorable livelihood; but no, the Govern. II'0 RENT very LOW. i ifapplied for ;immediately CENTER, ROD>>! & ..CO .,..: .

:, eat promised them protection, and flattered .IL ,.the house and clone later occupied by P. B <, _

,',:..1,1\il em with delusive hopes. Annually! hare the Dumaa, Eaq. A. PUUJAUD. WHlLESALE MKEI* AW DEALERS IN WBO 'UpttS i
Sea & eli ,,
Stone.8QUAUE8 .
.. .i' Beers declared the .
"war
1'
cnded"--n.onuaUy .1. 2 tfea rhea atone, for axle by t FAMILY AND PIOVISilN STOKS ',,' ;
t h vethey _nx mmended'the inhabitants to re. WU. B. MACLEAN. N < : 0'J'
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: ; m to tbcir possessions and cave o";.l1. .; .- at. .. ...... :
; annually .. .0 .K. .Q Rt.. .:_ .A. .. ,.. ..
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.: &wu who unwarily nwre nut been' drit'eu --n : ,- i t". "' ...... -- I .
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--; ; r'k. $?)leaving a tribute, ot..tb number;& lOci :1Iff.w.ablnee.-J\lbDr1.4aJ.. : ; ries, ch.the .offer For sale at Cbarltt.o l 'l-- Their'' -
'comprises
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t. hteaib,whose blood marked the continued C11A8. ROB10U. '
t ('lf In part as follows : .. .
i hostility of the savage. for 8"le. ;.

)"-" I S }Last summer the war was again ended,*and THAT DEtiliiAULE RESIDENCE i inSt. LIQUORS i .I 'aaOCF.ai.- ; .

.. :' ti,j rations were again ofTered'to such as would George Street next to the residence of 5 half pipes Cognac Brandy (iJupuy..) 6 eighthcaaka 10 bbls Loaf $agar .6'chests Pooahonf Tea,
'' go B. eguiEaq. The house contains four lupenoi Cognac Brandy 18 years old, 401 boxea Gunpowder, Hrsoo, &Imperial Teas,. S _.
'rt jS/oto the country to cultivate. Many not willing upright resets and a double piazza with other neceaeary 5 pipe Holland Gin.(Hour Glass;, 20 ol Prineipe i degan, 15 do superior Havana ': .
) .. .' to dispose ofthear lust negro of'their last bed outboildiugs attached. The lot U 75 feet iron I 1 puncheon old Jamaica Bam 4 hhdleSioice ilueeavado Sugar,10 boxee brow ,

".r bf their last chair-nor starve in 4 by 300 feet deep,-having on it a few fruit treea. It 2 bbU blab Whisker Havana slot 15 bags small gram Coffee* 15 bone S
> owe venytured .- will be Hid on accommodating terms. For furUwr lu quarter casks Doucatio Bra ady, Sperm Candles; 85 boxes Winchester Soap; 15 boiee
i / once more. G oycrnment furnished'o particular*enquire of JAMEd KEOGH. l6; tbla Ualt. tits, JU bbia Cream Ale Colgate: Soept'6' box* Heneydew Tobaceo, 1 bad t 'I o' .

: '< -.'P tl'Ction-lndian. again over-run the coun. .No,. 111. 184J. WINES; Leaf do; 30 bbls Batter, singer A Crscksn.lO bbla. .

-1rJ---tbe are d riren into 2 qr caaka old Madeira iite, 10 caaka 'aopr Claret,. Pilot Bread; 35 bUN assorted Cerdisd 10 bout Lemon '
town the Vutlery.
; : preparejions 2 lullpipea do; 6 qr coke LyropjSO)bona Starch;5 boxes btarea;
"/.JI' fur' of jxt; year's crop are sacrificed. :, POCKET KNIVES, Bread do. Butcher do. 10 do do rnparior old Port211basTaaetsCCluke m; S boxes Bologna Saosages; Brooms; Paper; Mast : ,_
; and Forks in aett Razore in Ellioti !
Thus then stands caaes. ( (Anchor.;) 6 It aka Wine ard; Spice; O.rcCbocoIat6r.WblteLnd d .
; the humanity .if Govern ) dcluorslrory pocketeomb., G. 8. do. Spurs pagne dherry Malaga 12 gicuka Olive Oil;Powder, Shot; Demijohns Croekaryi; ,

'rneni to those who should long ago, but for theY on cards,Gun Capa. Fun; Hooks, Razor B trap.. Onion, Potajoe)*; Molaaae, Caissp;, sad ether article .
; Lead Pea Pocket cork Pocketlookingglwaee. I fttUlT; '
" Crayon ila. acrewa, "
too r"
nameroes to mention.
vrnoct puerilcmismanagementhave been "re .
-es 25 bow bunch Raisins 4 frail Alotoudai 3Q drams

'f iablished in.their poa essioo'-" ("You may stay ALSO. Peat I Strap and horn buttons by the grots. Fige. S 10 bbla lless Beer PROVISIONS 16 dp Mew Pork, .

in town' and starve; or you may1 have rations i if For axle low by W M. n' MACLEAN. 2 seeks Ant quality Winter OILS.Oil 10 bbla"fall 10 half bbla Familp Bean; 30 kegs Bat I Lard
; do 2 do
'you will go out to be BUTCHEhED." Terms of the Superior Court Linseed do. 10 bbls N Y llama (small);50 bbls Howard&sleet, I r ;

., __ in dLlachua, Columbia, and 15 keg Goshen Butter, 10 tierce.Uiee,. ': .

CT The Indians,who came into our neighborhood ,JLtuval Counties. Latest Style. --'

j> supposed, gone bock agin, withtheir I NOTICE Shoes, dais Caps, I : 0
: t, Supeiinr Court in the County of Alacknala Cutlery, ski !
.V '!1 plunder. adjourned to the third Monday (2'Jth' day) of DC.cttnler 8hi, ,,. At.WE KNIVES ,and Forka, butcher 'Kriraa! Table ..
I I are now ready to supply those in want of a 25...; JDitua'Piaa J
-- next, at which time the Teim<< of said Court Mahogany
: PORT OF. SAINT AUGUSTL\& will: be bolden in Newnannville.: mol fa.hiouable ana latest atyle, vis: Kooos, (,,leas Roobs Cut Butt. Broad Butt, aa- .
1 ___ __ Also, the Decsmber Term of.aid Court in Cefemlia Luuv, &. lu.'r full Faabion latest style of hats. sorted acrewa, Pasta, Brads, Round Bolts) Sqaare ,.

} r ARFJVED.: County is ljuurned tu the fourth Monday (:l7th Tri ellulg Caps, t'ur Baud de Rinn Locks, Bagdo, Clout do. Box do. carpea- ,.
do do do! ., OriiauienU. '
25-SchrPocomoke, -, Baltimore. day') of Decemner next, which tinia it will beheld tera do, Till do, cupboad do. Hammers, ShingleHatchets :
: .'i.7-Sienmer Wm.Ooston, Henry, Posts South. ] at the Court ll-jusa at Alligator. Guard Cluth C.p', Buys do. Ladiea Hiding. do, Claw do,Augers, aa ned sixes, Handsaw .

! 80-Stt-amer M. Y. Bench, New.York: The December Term fur the County of Dueal will .UlaacdCaje.FineMualiu Files,Taper do. Pit saw do,Rod do Flat Baitsrd de. : .
-- Shirts Lineo Boaema '
I o he olden aa usual on the fiat Monday of Decauiber.: Pots Kettles.Ovens Stew Pans, Spiders Gridle. '
SAILED. By order of the Court. Do. Fieuch Muiritnack, coJured. &0. Sand Paper, Hoes,Qndiroos, Iron-Tea Kettle .

...31-Steamcr M. Y. Bench, ---, .Mobile.mVotice. .' JOa. S SANCHEZ. Maraiial. $ lJu.UaIWItuD, I'rinta.aod' an assortment of calico Sad Iron., Shovel and Tongs, H II". Brazes, Metal :'

j.-1 Dried at St.Arlgurtine!: Nov. d, 1841. 3w irta. Kettle, Mouse Trap, Spades, Shoy .. Nails and
j.i -: Meu Slipper,do Calf Pegged Boat, Stitched do, 1 whip. .
i, IX W t.>ad from tbs date, will. to th T 4 ;
: Alena.... '
appy = da Men do
1 Wee!.., &pp Leaf pegged do, Kogers Pen Knivos Card Knives Dirk de Xi.ors .
ihc of
tfttrdatu.l.lull'WI,1| to Judga (3 Hon. the Judge of the County Court of St Fine I .
SIX. Morocco Boot, Calf tihiu do
blew : ,all warrieted aaid. ... ". ,
d-urtol' rogas Strap.&e 'up.n. .It. at S
Ciiuuiy A'ai.avCJunty for Letter* J ohn. County f-r letters of Administration on they d. shut.
Morocco Call du
: \ ul'turiui.lrrtauo on ihttt'flUio: ol' SAMUEL AVL estate of JUHN HEKRON, ales.Nuv du assorted colors Pump Ladle,do, Ladies, Uaitor Black, the old ltaid octiB B. E.. CARR A CO. '
late alf . \ slips: Also Hair aud leather Trunk, at the old .,.tke.
WILLIAM
HADDOCK.
. i \V Her. 3oiaii.JKlcctltn; : ," b) a negro man belonging; to the rub ht1lbji.bmIDL' B. I:. CARR & CO. ALL Persons indebted to the eatate of IS A AC W.
'Jft/ ecriber,5: >> vr6inilea above Kolla town on the Wholesale algal Retati Y, Isle of.St.Jobs County, diseased S

i I'', for 'County Officers. St. John Kiver. 3 InJiiu Ponie, a cbetcut aorr l and Provision Grocery, are roqnested to make payment, and all creditors aad .
:I'' i TtT. OT1CE Tnht mare and colt and a Bay florae. Any person or store. other persons who have culms sfaiost laid estate are '. :
: is hereby given, Polls will be J\'J.1'Ut= OLIJ STAND.:
hlive hereby noti lbatoch etaqna or det&snds.saost be
claiming the then
: ; : .J-ll opened nt. .the several Piecincts Ji .porwn saute'"cau rot JL E. CARat fit C-Pj-hsjjniJtwl retorped from wi:)I. \........" -'at..,__ 1&1.4 all' :
I'' .' ,. .tCqtwty vof tit, Johns, on the fint Uonde 1veVtork"pW' :" !%e, is .yShct.c* .oediteia,....tai.sedperaoerontttied la dietribnio ; -. l' i ,.

, '. ,'fuary next, bctn-gthe.eyrnhda of Jfaatniowh I IAttatkll.- _. -_ A. tY.'CKICHTUN. aranuw receiving and MiD! t opened, a' choke and .,' who efaaJl rot preaent their clahne within two -" .
I ; rtbr'lhe'election of terkor( the County Court, well selected -aaaortmont. of article in their line. fur JUI.I..date, ,shall Ifanv.v.fterward.b.barred. tl '.. '
Stationary
Sheriff; Coroner, and County Surveyor; to Ilene Hooks antl thin market, amongatwbxh the greatest variety of MARY AVERT Admia' :" .
. in said offices for the succeeding' I.OCKtT Dictiouarya Primett; Colored Toys; atticlea may be fouud. ,We aolicit the attention ol' JOHN BEARD Admis'r.St. .
of
term twoyears I Ink. Quills! Blue Black and Red Ink our lurmsr! eu.tomefl'and of
; ; the public; being an- Augustine, Nov. 12. 141. Sir .
" at the following places, that is to say: Memorandum Boos k:8laulu ; Bar Boka" ; ciphering guiue that our stock will be found to be complete in ,
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All' laI -Al do; Comic almana ., Ariihmeiicr Ueograpbya; rea>
InspectorsThomas Fitzpatrick, Henry ilnxcy, era; Sveiling Booka;' Ruled Cap paper Latter Ida; atleuiioo tu juiues to merit,std coutiuue the pat. POTS. Baker Oven, Spiel..., Pane, ?kil-
and James W. Lathrop, requires.At Note do kilt edge;-Dnwieg do; Viaiunx Card.; lead ronage wuich baa heretofore been !beatuwed, upon IRON TesKettlee, Grid Iron. Stew Pena Smoothing ;

1" l'icolatc-At the houso fci Juhn Lee Wil-l Pencil;India ICubber Wafers tiealea; Knivea aciaaora hatabluhmeut. With unreoutted ttaauonaad Iron, and a variety of other articles for hoate .

Rants Esq.:: : Inspectors--John Leo Williams Hair BruaheafToolh do; Powdor Boxea; .'aucy'Dons acc mmodG ua to all, we hope to give general,*atialactiou. keeper At retaiL B.. E. CARR & CO. ,
and John hitcbell. Esquires; : JuuetWalletr. and other artideafor utility April J. 1841. .
I aud fancy. forming a Bijou of tbinge both : Our atock eoniUta ia
At St. Avguttinf-At the Court House. Insptctors pretty plea put SehrTssso have "
: we receited and DOW. @ r'
sing:and uaeful. Hams Pork. Beef, PER .
: Charles lloLiou. Manuel I' Sauaage Tongue ; .
1 Crespo and 1 i At retails theold eitabliihment. Codfish opened a full aaaottment of Tin, Wood '

JarncsKeolth, Esquires.At : B. E. CARR & 'I nnga, shad: ,Herring Sound Salrnon Mackerel, sardines Salmon: Dutch Her-. Wan Croekeiy, Stone Ware, Hard Wan and a .
Jt. variety fancy goods, Stationary, Perf'uDIIlJ.lJoota .
Waterford -At the house of Edwin : Kocbeatar Flour zJoda' Cracker
T.Jcnckea, Esq. Jn pt.'cturEdwin T. Jenckes, ." do, Sweet do, Wins do. Water do Milk do, Butter and Shoes. Hata &c., whit will 1 be .old at retail l at "i
I Pilot Bread:
creditors and Peraona entitled to dintriba 1 the old stand. B. E. CARR CO.
I Given undi my bund the 17tb day of December ALL of the E.lat@ of JUliN FAULK..Ite of* : Sit Croix Lump Porto Rico double rel{ud. r
1641. E. B. GOULD, Brown Havanna, Crushed and White Sugar. .10bUce. I'
Es /
Duval Count,
AlttutUrin :: Florida deceased
j. Judge County Court at.Johns County. notified to their i Sugar: HouMNar{ Orleana and New Iberia Molaaae IX Week after date will apply to the Jtidp.f : ;
\ are hereby present respective claim I h *., Mi118 the County Court of 8t'. Johns County for letter .
and demands the subscriber within &:
r "'J FJLORMDdL IIODSIL to two yeara Java. St. Dominxo, and Rio Coffee, Pepper *administration on the Estate of JOBS H. n... t'
will IM forever
from thi. date they barred.
1 fri\! AIR. W. \V. UATES baa retired from or 8AR4H FAIJLK, Adminiatratrix.Whitefville I 1'1weDw... .' Cassia.. ,-Indigo, .,,Clove ril1lmltlli. late of said countydecaaed. II'i
:I" '" 'bieE.tabli.hnent'butitrernain.opeu for August 19, Jeu. J Mace.t'tngiaaa, warty, MAX ...d, mustard<< seed. Oct. 29. MANUEL CRE8PO.. J t' J
.'be reception of Corapnny,'and will until Alum Copperaa Salt 1'etre, Saleratua, Grea.-Barlalnaf i
'IUru.e notice, Le cutiducted ."'blke.THE American and UUMU / .
: under direction
: of the Heoip Hope. ,
I. L LYON 'inform the
\' reipecuully pub--
.- Proprietor. !' Co-Partnership heretofore cziating under English Mustard Poland Starch.Castile ; MRS. \1 .
that" baa band collection
Tra,ell.riand uthera may depend on every attention name and firm of ROSd & MERR1CK, Bar and Shaving Soap.: ARTICLES-on a of VALUABLE \ '
.- to neatu* and to their ia the dissolved mutual English, India aud > I4
I". r comfo.i. day by coraent. American 'I'wine. ; 1
of Sideboard Card
'I" Char,.. will lx uiuJeuta. All'peraoua having demands ageuut the I late firm ljua Fliotaand Percussion Capa. ., ConsUtiBg Bureaus, Tablea; .I \(
1 Centre Table Washstand with
marble I
I A. H. COLE PlOprietor. will present them for p..yment, aud all perauna iu.dtbLed Orange Gupowlerand Shot.: tap; marble .
1 Wardrobe Safe, 1 Dressing Bur.auwith
j.1 Dee. 17. 1841 to said firm are requested to call and settle op Old Cognac, aud,American Urandy. top a large glaaa, 1 piir or Plated Branch candlesticks .
the aa all unaettled accounts: either Ho &c1 and Baltimore Gin.,
.'t same by note or
: 0" notice 1 Branch Candlestick I I.
pairBonse ; pair Cry
W' Weak after 't book account if not settled by first ot January next. Jamaica, Cherry. St. Crois and New Hum. r 2 Astral I CandleS ; .
: dAte, I shall apply to the IIo drop Lampa Lamps, pair-plated -
SIX will be put{in the baiida of an r-atorney for collection. Alcehol, fc"2 ct. above f.
,1 per pro ,
Judge of the County Court of Columbia f aucka, very aplendid Sofa, ;3ailver4dged fruit ba*> 0" i
Settlements can be made by calling on either! of the Old Irish F Whiskey.Madeira. .
'o.aletera Adminuiration ear. 1 Chi_ lak.taad.6 pair oC Caton 0 bottles ia
the
on estate of Jamea
Ilrjaul, dec.,'late of faid County. Ute firm who are duly, ,authoriaed WM B.to ROSd cattle the same. Mufccat: ,and. Sherry other.\V; Sicily ifiea. Port Malaga', Cbampaiu.I each; Glass tramps, Tumblers, 4 fine'Toilette hot .' Sties

LANGLEY; : BRYANT. CHARLES MERRICK I. London Brown Stout. 1 valuable Dinner Set of China consisting of 8 S
; Columbia custard stand with 13
County. Nov.20.1S41. doz.ateI.I'IODp tare'D.1
6l2OO .
I, N. B. The buaineaa will etil be canted on by Scotch: Ale. ,/
cu ,2hJtbukeh.J Bn..rd bo.",I butter hew!., '
I C' Meaara ROSS & HOLMES, at the aame place. Champaign'Cidar.Aa I
I ;,' DUSIiELd whltecon. Jaek. nw lle, Oct. 15, !S". Syrup.: and Cordials, 13eggcopa.doxdiTdrentaizQ( bowls, 10 dishes. making :.. : ,
\ Just received and for in all lw) pieces t 2 pair of mah-igany Foot r' a\ ", C [
Imperial 1 (, den
.al.low'b" Marshal's upon tlyaon. 1"oonll1).oa. You '' .
CENTER. Sale.BY stools a.ell China night l lamp,and a variety of other \'
RODDY. & CO. kay and
I, virtue of a wri of fieri facias iaaved out of Poueboug Teas. I article. 1 l

IJ Ucotch Ala. Superior Court for the District of East Ouion, Potatoes, Cheese, Butter Lard, &c. : .. Nov. I1Application, Je.tt _' .. j I
Cuiraui Raisins ....otl'Sd' fJuU., .Ciuo* *-"". .
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: Florida, zed to MM directed tad dvltrvivd I wdl.a.pore .
' I I 0 CASKhupenur dcotcb Altin qoaru. Assorted P''le", do Lan f aes, da Cordial. &c. I"O.LtuIN te Sell :. -
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t 6 do do do do in' i at Public Sale in front of the Court Homo, in .
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pints AU splendid order i t retail. : REAL ESTATE. '- e
For sale by CENTEll, RODDY. &:CO. : the town next,;of between Jacksonville the hours, on of the tan sixth and day two of o'clock December of Oct.21. B.' E. CARE & CO., WOTIC ia hereby line, That application; will be ""'-,

. ,tm\ i that day a uegro slave u.medJUt t taken u the pro IIr ,1IX..Wetli., after date I shall apply to the Judge ol ,after the Expiratioafof lour'+iieka from -< .,
City Hotel. petty .William Hickman.Executor ,Jaahua Hick' the county court of $s.Jobna county frlettara the date hereof.la tbtrc H aorst ia;th4!"" ge .of the : .', ,; '0.. ._
___ SAyp NAH, QEO. man, deeeaaSd.to satiafy judgment and coal of sail in of adiainiatration oaths ... ..' of Michael Clarke, County Court of Su"4sJBOe jponntr Af' lere to sell '
L 1 : : ,;;:fRXIIh Subacriber Ukaa ibia ouibod of iuibraiBf I ea..r or Ir.rq +r tlerbaro: -- late of aaid coouty dnceea a o'utuch of the reaieetat*of fBlLlf'SOLJi ., late '
; JL bit friends and the pubhcat- be baa taken r JOS. 8. SANCHEZ. Marshal oWM.. B. MACLEAN.Notice. ,I. of said county daeaaaed,u Twill b* euffimeaf to pay ; i .

thin eiteniiye and Iwaye well conducted..Hotel, e nr. Per GUTTER80N, Dept.Marafaal. the deota of Aid Estate; orwbida..w'ppiieaiiou,all ,
a.lurellhem tbat he _m... every exertion to make JacksonTilU.Oct. 2611841Administrator's ia persons inttreirted will lake das Jl0e8.. f, ,: '
ii it future'dem 'of their ALL persons any way indeb'ed to the eatate M. SOLANA. Adm's.MANUEL "
; ioj patronage. The bon e RICHARD tfElGUTUAtt Isle of Sakt ANTONIA. _
la now being repaired, sad will be foraiabed in'a few sale.WILL Johns CRE8PO. Adm'r.. ,
.daya with new and nlefaot farniture.The be sold at Public Auction,on the 2d Mon County without deceased farther, delay.are called And upon those' to mskopayment St. Augustine, December 17L1B41': 4w \: .-,
table tad bar will b* eonstaatly supplied with in February 18U. lot of land situated in having
demand
said
I the beat fare including every luxnrr that can be bad Mandarin formerly owned by Saras Fan Ik. dee., the egainat same within estate the time, are hereby notified bIa.topreaent 1d_ialstrator'I>< lI tlee. I : : '

I in this mar kilL The whole eitabliahment will be n sow bounded u follow*: West by the River St. Johna. wr their chums will .be forever barred.prescribed NOnc..be.b1Ity.a.uaUeredlon.lel; t 8 \i-
\ der hia on auperintendenct. lad will be opened for North by land of J. M. Bowden Eaat by Government R. D. FONTANE I Ee> .1 ...
I c ,i.itera on the latof December next.Tfce land; South by land of A. W. Crieuton. containing J. AI. ,, I ute of JOHN' BOUGE. Jail of 8U Jobs County. :
'. : rates will be reduced: to snit the timea. Genllaiaen about 100 acres with SO*acres cleared ham- Nor 51841. I FOM'ANE.Exsculera.Notice. 1 decesse&tha.t they present their rsspsetivs' claims te' I. :' 1
,. cau hare board and lodging by the month or mock. under (.ace. Said land will be roll for the .. the IRIbaJIJar.duly proved, within two yean frees (
yar on'reasonable termi. benefit of the heirs and creditors. Terms made the date IHOr. or they will he forever barred ; and 5 I

iTavellera are informed thai a carri r.'will ran retalarly known the day salal. : Undisputed rigbuwill.be .THE Subaenber daring hia abaenee from this all peoooa having deouods agaiast said estate are Q .'.r, '. !
. j i. *;. between the Central Rail Road and the City given. SARAH FAULK A< . I Jiotel.. J. McMAHON. CALVIN REED A .'r. Doctor 8. F. Joaxahisatlorsioa, orajApiojEL CRESPO. Aelm'r. -)

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< TERM IS-U. I 'HE NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Weeks alter ehaq .,.

m. .e., maatA&I' -- -" >, ,Isaac N.+.Arayl i $ 1V Uliam.PeraU, MercbanlFs '"TS7OU are respectfully! .informed thai 70 MKTISO I of the County date-i epplf N'typ: ,: ..
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: ;. -If nntUSBZD XVEXT TKUKSDATt' Arthur A. Br 1D1& I, PILLSI, Price twenty five 'cent per box with direction JOHN said Conncy "deeeaiet at. ,

t .1 mY"3' 5'' 'm cmo'il1RJ1). (AttadmeJ for else 03 D&ipage in ,Msump- in 11igh English, Spanish, Portuguese aDd German. 27. 1841. W; C tJlEli _,. .
Tn'e I and uiuvensi reputation of the Brandreth "
AT iTTB poLLAZLE13UU1t YDUf '
j sit 8500 00.) rOTlCE .
: i t9. \ here Pills, renders it unnecessary to comment largely-on I 1, dale the isberebygiren'lllatjb, =-. ..
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Defendant, aud ethers inte-rwted, are eatticular subscriber -
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their nil A anti.biliou. end Ella
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an admini.ttt
r THE ( ,
TMitsJMa iit i th.1 elided at One Doflar.p r puts tate of JOSEPH .,
square notified of the institution of t 1e, above eeitied N. :
f I i rW the first and 7* Cents for each laNe Attaclinurt gaiire medicine, thsy are unequalled by any. Iheir bis :8ANCHEZ.tIeee.Iil ett
suit bj' and are requested to appear effect tie blood U allowed sent accounts the .ia
punfjiflg on imperially County c n Par
: ., .ntone. Lonteradrerti.mentaiaproportion knd Johns
lead and ananer thereto occording toilaw.THO. all that hive used have County for adjustment{ er.e .
and
ever approved recommended otrbrdl
f
atone Rill be considered Jesa than a iqaare.nade A discount. DOUGLAS,Atfy for Plaintiff.. them. will taie notice. J. ,,
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LEF.'WtLlIAygl
I I'1 to tboee who advertise by the'Tear; -Sept. 23.1841. J6-3m .. \\ In many taro when the dreadful,raragei of-ulcer August. 13 .

UUCUAT1C, PLATY UftM.r '" FJUKCIS BBIDISX: ; itt. \ attou bid laid bare ligament and bone,and where to all N "u. .J, :,..
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Opposition to a National Bank, as fraught > 7n Atlacrimint., t hppearahce no human means could Mr life; have patients SIX Weeks after date Ilhaq app iI. .
I witbC1uJprt our!free institutions and the lib JACOB G. SOUIES. byj the use of these Pills, been restored to good Judge of the of
,ertiw of the people,from its necessary great and 'HE DeleMdantin ibis c... and all concerned health ; the devouring disease having been completely ty for letters 01 admloLitntlollOn the jj.

1 ontroliing power.orer the general currency d 'I will take wotice:that I have by virtue of a :wit \ eradicated. PAIt4ERdec. J. HIGGIN8OTIJAt IaWorw .. '"

i I +butiaeas of the country. 'Opposition to tb pre- 'of auaehment issotfii by Justice I nillips, attached \ Inconsequence of the pleasantness oflLair opera September, J841. ...

i ,tot:4toaking system, us,defective,in ..principle Trunk andaToolChtthe. property of the Defendant iKui.they are universally used in .nf.ectibn"9fthi. ,rhombs aJUr date i ." r
; and \insafe" m practice, and'requiring a radicalreform. ,'an absconding' debtor to satisfy the Plaintiff ia wide' extended country where they are made known SIX County Court of_ shallappU Saint! JoLi u,..< j ,x:

I" .,"A total reparation of the >fiscal concerns the amount 49 373. Said: writ is returnable to Juit CO and are fast .superceding every'other preparation letters of.dismission a* adminuitntor room.1', rt. ,

I .f the GOvernment from all Banking institutions Phillips' Court on Saturday:: the September Lie:=t professed similar import. Upwards of Jonrteen thou JOSEPH.M. SANfHE, on the estate'

'\. as the best guarantee for the preservation of our enluing the date hereof; at which time and I"acetll.D'undant a '; dcaeFehave been certified aa cured sorely from jbei August 6 J LEE uilRt.'i
and all' concerned will appear. use, since'the introduction of them into the United _, -\t. ;r '
National .Independence. Encouragement and JAMES KLOGri.C.C. I State: thu .establishing the fact, beyond cU doubt 2000 JPttlME SIlIVGLY.: 3
upportto to all bank$, based ,upon sound pnnciplesV 8t Augustine. 10th A,, usI.1841) __ that Ihe Bran" reth Pillj. cure tb laDnariDtly Hour nn 100 RIJi!". '

trtth the ability add disposition, at all times, ptwite diseases'by the one ,simple l--of'continuallevaduating ; Wanted a stood,C01V. Apply al ibis ;
Carpenters> .6 oottl. 05re. .?
to redeem their bills in Gold and Silver, add an Planes the bowels with them until the disease give SeL 2'J, 18U. "

express provision in all bank charters. requiring DOUBLE and single;jdo Smoothing Jack do 'j way, therefore, whatever may be said of tbe.THXOBTe : superior Cognac .Brett "if
I amplo.aeqtpit1' to.be given to the State for the : of the *'
Do 'du Foio doDo UTILITT: rfucricc& is now IKTO.ID AIL HOLLAND GIN. Jamaica Rim, '
reJtmptio* of their issues in spade on dtmand, and 'do. Jointer doAulr.2 POUBT. \ \ and Irish Whi-key .

'p ,p, gttjte6jeeitortof all act* of incmporationl in.:4 in.8i'L&- 3 i.i ,. Panel and Iron BackSaws As li randretb'. Pilist: \ cr.re Scurvey, Fever and ID The above are of excellent.qualify end .

Uit control+ oJ-tU LtgtaaKMOCBAT _. ; Axe, Shingle.Claw abd Carpenter hatchets; Ague, Costiveness and its consequence, seafearing brand. For sale m any quantities by sppmtg'

r ;.. D G jIlJLutCI"J.I:: .. Compasses ; (iinublets I ; G ':j docket .Chisels, ; Iron men and travellers to foreign regions should not F Gl't :!-l

\ .'- I'Asimi e and frugal Government,confined with--" Squares Sasji Tool.,;Jit c.rJrass be without them, in order presort to them ou every Who has also for sale.. COMMON LlQt'Jko.
2 occasion of illness. No medicine chest is WINES, and GlU' ..!--R.
., in'i cotletiUItICnallimitI and, Iron butts; Tabla and Cost do.article required. He .return thank! ,f
'. ;- -' .. vuum uj. 'QOOXI .1 etd-aimvet". where they are, Time... or climate effect them riot.: past favor and solicits. 't'- of C.ein ..r.
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meat fofb & atesExcapttorsubject"ofurgemti that is wauied iu the abuve line. .r t IAl dad..aM7 -- Gentlemen wdl-find tbit January CJ841 :
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'''. .... All these tool are warranted of the bust and most medicine one that will ensure health to the people oh From
i flew York, via --H--I
l1-ih', i -. improved maoufuciui. their estates. \ Charleston,
ft*.' \ No the General Government oft Be HANDSOME ...assortment of
A assompticn by August lli7 WM. D. !fACLIAN. careful and never purchaseTilU\ a Druggist A JEWELRY \VA1'cues.
the debts already contracted by the States. FRorassisa to be JJrandrelh' .Pills. Under iro which will be sold It Charkaio.'

'\ .1 No extensive system of Internal Improvement, JUST additional received supply by I the of schooner LU.k1IiER-which Marietta Ryau ccuhTAXXts: is any one of this class matte an &ellt.61own'e4It..blisbed CIR-. I prieoll March, fur 26 Ca"b., J841. JAMES ,KNOW Ltg.:..{,

I I I't either: by the General Government or by with the asoortuieiit together agents have isvAftAktr. an xv-
e' already on hand, comprise SHAVED Certificate aimed B. Urandreth AJ. JYotice. .
States. 'D.
) in ,
f the beet and largeit toy r
assortment of Lumber
A constitutional barrier era r own hand writing ,This renewed yearly-add w: .. 'i WEEKS'after data I shall
this .
I spin improvident. brought to market and i*I offered for sale as be over twelve months old it SIX apply chi Ii..)
no longer of the
loans fore JO p.r cent lower than at other in the guarantees the County Courrt of Dural Cwnat ''
any yard
genuineness of the
medicine it for letters
would of
I : ; be well, tuere Administration
the
viz on estate
The boniest of d btl. city, : of El
payment our I fore.kfor purchasers to carefully examine the WARD ,V AN'l'ONlat. 1
Certifi of
aid
I .A gradual return from excessive Credit 8swra. 15,000 fret inarch. 1 in. Board, county, decelleL'!"
.I an 15,000 ruado.: cate.. 1 he seal is not wax, but embossed on the'pal' a*.our of the creditor of said estate.A. ;
do.
.' r with a steel seal If the genuine medicine is obtain : "f

I ; (I No connections between: Government and Banks 20,000 ttOOO.. uierch.'. Flooring Weather Boards Boaoding, ed there is no doubt of its giving complete>> satisfaction, '.., Fort "arlee.A"'tbd" County Sept.WATERMAN.a 0, 1841.PKIME I;

: in; orporations; 12,000. '< and if all who want it are careful tn go by the above

t. t I 1 No grants of exclusive. charters, by special leg- 12.000" ", 3 3 -by 4 a Scautliu do. ;, directions, Remember, there 70 ii little doubt but they will obtain it' 00. LPW gl le., from tYPRE-Burnt Fort SUJ iiJai]t)

1 : iala onto Banks. May2-J WM. B. MCLEAN.7LI.31J Charleston ,where Meeting Street, is the only place iu Georgia. They are the best article brought
1 r iitothii
Nbfjonnectiqn between hurch and Stats. the genuine medicine can be bbtaincd.Hiid markeJL and will be sold low by
,",de. atihe'Brick Store of JOHN J. "*
J I} No proscription? for honest opinions. tirtuie of 1& ,yilt...&' iieri fjcin issued mint of : re+h and in good order, on the same terms HEDR1CK as in Aniust27 WM. B. MALI- -PAV,.!... .r,:
: BY any
Posturing aid {
to Public Education. i
the Superior Court for the District of last! jollier I diy, being my agentat St. Augustine; where 1statof.Rlanuel. Solatia, deg

,/ No. repeal of the Naturalization Law.'. Florida and te me directed and delivered I will exrwua .unit le seen his certificate given fro-ii under my hand N OTIC s hereby given That% months auir
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--- at Public Sdln'in rh.a' 'I i ".J seal of hIs the date hereof, the
uwn nf Jackionvm.- '___n ...._, .in.. ageDcr.I subscriber administrator. ii
CU1TUKIA aiVn.Liruvn. front of the Court House, on the 6th day of V CIlIU- 1>. UK Aft U Kb ill, fll. I). the estate MANUEL SOLANA, late of *u*' ',

bar next, between the hour of ton and two o'clock o f I 241 Broadway, N.tY\ Johns County deceased, will present the leconDth- t
I Th tIi\emaad Publishers of Florida.whose namesare that day, the following described property, to wit :- N. B. Goods of almost! every description in his h. e his administration r.> the Henopible tha Judge of 4: fe

} ,; areunto subscribed,.for.tbe.purposa: of placing 2 Hones, MuJe3 CO\'IrIlnd Calve, :& Hog. 45(7( I of business can he had on the very bet term, such as I County' Court of said County fur adjustment. alit $

.. te business connected with the Press, upon a mere bu h. Corn 10 busti. Peas 2 Carnage, 2 Canal Dry Goods, Fancy .\rticfes.lIaruWlJre, Cutlery, Hat, that ho will thereaft Olfay leave to be discharge .

artain touDdZ1t1ol,preventing thule disagreement Boats, 1 Skiff Doa:,; 1 Flat d.)., I iJor., Cart, 2340( Caps, Shoes, Bout*, Lad's Bonnc-lte, Jewelry Saddles! .from his administrdtioi'A- +

which might arise.iron conflicting interest* amtng l Ibl. Corn Fodder and 51'luugha-'a.cu! : -is the pro Bridle, double and tingle barrel Guns And Pistol*, Jnly.2, Ir41 \S1ATHEW SOLANA .- .

thtmsilvas, as.well as. for the purpose oflhrowing petty vf George W. ,\Vaton! to sati.'ly' judguiaut and I shot I'oucl.tI'owder 1'lasky. and tliou.iaHds of arti Green Thirties i"
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around their intarests those of suit in cles too leJiaus mention. ,
aafeguarda which ex perine cost lavor of Hardy II. 1'hi'lips.! Thankful for past favors fR 1 liE ,
baa LtDht them are'necesiary (9>> their piotectioc JOSEPH S.iSAiN'CHEZr Marshal andhope*, by strict attention to business, to .merit a JL tel for highest Green price Turtles will b t given at the CIty He. Y 4-l:

against the frequent losses autUiriad by careless 01 By J. GUTTERSON: D. M. curs nuance of the same. \; :<-

., ., fraudulent do agroe among tbeniselven, u Nov. 2, 18." JOHN J. HEDRiCK. ? 6;;!, IX weeks alter date I will apply,t.i the Hon. toe i(:

s ,I ,\ adopt the followibg prices, and ti obeene the follow 1Ct: is hereby that St. Augustine, 12th August. 1840.K'otlce. J the Judge of the County Court DC Duval County :.
jU given six months alto : for letters of '
tutee
isf i* the management of their business I shall administiation upon all apd niacnlartM s
present accounts before tbo .
Fiu-Uollut 1st.. Taatte.ordunscarrrtox.-Forweekly paperi Judge of the County Court my ot :;t. Johns County for ALL Persona indebted to the estate of PHILIP\ foods the estate and of chattel PHILIP. rights and credits\hi; :b'were s. 1
t per annum: Semi.weckly :)1: DEII'EESlat.uscidroue. '
paper. settlement and apply far discharge tic Jr. late
a as Executor of or.8t. Johns
r Dollari p annum ; and Daily paper. Ten Dollar the of County,; deceased : ly, deceased at the time cf his death '
estate Mr4UR.1 K. make
to
IWplilGUZ'A. late requested immediate
Pet annum.: In al leases payable iu advance, and nnew of payment. : MARY DE VEE9.
And
r C > laid county, deceased :of which all concerned will all persons having demands against said ,
estate, Jacksonville. Jrtn.:
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paper o be cent till the ia paid. J5. 184 I \
money please take MATLO are to
1I0tll. SOLANA, required present the same within two years from I
m .. 3d. TiRMpr AD EBTisi50.-:A single square o f Jane 11, 1 4'. Executor.! tlie date of this notice or they will be forever bar i\olicc. \. .

of 100 100 wordt words, er aa.adyert of the usual JemealoecaP1ioC advertisement the spies if .A FEW tbls. STONE: 1.IJ1E:, "10 good order," 'red. ANTONIA. 6!. SOLANA.: Adinrx., : IX tnontialler date.I hall apply to Ilie Judgftaf":

type. eatcodad .La. unhand. and fur.ajeLy' MANUEL CUESl'O. Admr. St Joms! County Court for I letter* of d'.m' t.. ,
by cuts Wanks; for 'I the first ,inserticn Nov. 5. J841I "illn lot administrator the:
M \ \ U'M. B. MACLHAX. on estate If JIE.VH
and 76 teats for each continuation. Twe or mureqaarea I It"
II \ in the ,aame proportion. Advertisements .4 LL pereoim having claims-or say:; -other do- .'.lal.slud's Sate. AUZn TC1I-t 6 late JtMl.N Iff)laic rmiutv.LKtTVILLlV\H! rfectsed. 'i.

toauining one and a half aonarea, and leas than till o, ill orand.whatsoeveraguinatth'reetatuoIJAME: i ilI'ILLI.tJlS I qpY virtue of sundry writ of fieri Incise. issued : Aliu'rfellow

.will be charged .as two. When advertisements lat. of St. Johns County d .D out of the Superior Cuurt. for tl.u District of Iliac LUJlIbCJI -. '

'.ent;witboot any special diraations aa to the number are hereby notified to file their respective Ctdlledd'j East Florida: and to me directed and delivered. I will 000 FEET uiercfi J in iiOARD3 1 ,

ofioaartiana raquired. It..ut IM.understood that they July authenticated,within the! time praacribed ; expose at public Shift, m front-of the Court outs U. l ,OOO do II" .do !c, ,

are tob pnblished tntUforbUi they will heretfler bcomutned and thane nivlf4>i*':i ;; : : = > sonviUa on aIuW'etween _, ,..... 17.000 feet merch. inch Plank; .;" '

at the discretion.of the publisher aud mmeJinc payment toJAMES estateareitgntI :- > the ho "4J ll::' i.OOO dg Weather Boarding 16.000 do Fh '

i charged according to the foragoing rate.. Legal advertiMments M I I o'clock of that day all the ri's lit, titl* and intertH<: ofVlIIl4fn oards, 35/)00) do Refuse 1.In IJin 2 In narrow. .

which the term publication is fixed. St. Anguttina. 3Iarch 12. 10-1: :. 1 I IltO'J.'lV \ .J- attll..n thIS follow ill1!' de..crilw.1__ u,____ &nmitrr" ine and weather boarding 30.000. feet scautlinJ.V:

\ by law, will only be exempted frost this rule. and :. 'to wit : 't"V"J. I all,iiineii'ion. 3

standing' yearly advertisement, $20 per square.i 'Sibscnber begs leave inform I, Two certain lots of Iud. lying and being iij; the Tile aDjve Lumber assortment will be sold lOptj >:
Yearly advertisara who rennw their advertisement, i THE the Public to his friends town Jacksonville, containing carla one hundred 'I cent lower than at at'y other yard in the city. '

.. "' .:will be charged f50and; allowed the space of fouraqnarei'in AUCTION AND.COMMISSION generally that he BUSINESS.continues the and five foot square and known in the.plat or plan of May 14 WM. B. MACLE.tN.V ....

\-:" the weekly, paper 915 for the sam. He returns his ,think to hi friends said Town as Ion number fivo and nnmber .ii, in LtiLS.k'awilyMess BEEF, '
who have
apace in the semi and tri-weekly paper, and f ICO IB : employed him heretofore and square number nine, bud bounded as follows to wit: 6 do Prime do. .
trusts tint: strict -
by attention On the
the daily paper Where thVttdvertUeBent ovenun i he will continue to merit uf' Publicpatronazai North by Munroe Street; on the East by Market f IU Harre!* Irj li Potatoes
the apace allowed the exeesn will .be charged by the !. CHARLES ROBIOU Street ; ou the South b loOts number two end 5 Keg GoMuen Duller. Fur side by

aqnar Advertisements from a distance must be aceompanie4with April'13. number three, in said square ; and on the West by I May 7 W.VI. B.
MACLEAN.Notice. .
if Lot number
f lb. four in did number
money, or a respectable town I square nine ; ocelli--
.. reference matt.be given. I Notice. er with all and singular the'tenemcnt: hereditaments I .

AllaDaouac.meate of candidate. far office will be i LL persons having claims against he-nutate of land r appurtenances! thereunto belonging or in any f IX month after date I shall apply to he JuJp ft

t i barged Fivo Dollar for insertion during the ea n- I RAMON SABATE, late of St. Johns (.uutrty. wise appertaining. *. l of S.l. Johns.County Court for letters of dirtaa

\\ I ya..,, I leo., are required to present them within the limn ALSO I,I sion 11II Admmi.-tr.itor on the' estate of LAZARQ

All personal communications whien are admiMible, Ascribed by law ; and all persons indebted to said .'\11'that parcel of land situated in the Comity of UIiT@GA of said county, deceased.

communications relating to one'* individual affair, relate are requested to make immediite pavment. Duval, Territory of Florida, described as follows, to I II ROBERT MICKLER: AdoTr. +
I puffs, of new inventions new goods, new establisbaients ANTONIA ROGCRO SABAl'E, Ex'x wit: Lots number nine and number ten. in Section April 23.1841.
.
I 0 candidates,and the like, will be charged at the Ojil.9. 1840. FRANCISCO ROGEKO.IVr j I' number eleven Township number two, and Range (I ICIiUCTIliN MATCHES: warranted to ignite ia

c same price a* advertisements. fresh 'lssor tmcn t of Ch inmil-as hventti-six4South{ and Ivi ut. together with the I the dampest weather, a nd to keep any'leadtbsf
3d. A BLACK LIST shall be in o ice j appurtenances there-Taken the "
.I. kept each establishneat 14 Ibis Mess as property ofWil114m >e B E
CARR
Pork 30 bbl & CU.
I and the of Beer. 10 do Cider J. 31,114. to satisfy rive: 3
names, absconding and several judgment.
delinquen 7" '' and f HI He
: Beef 31 boxes Champagne Cider, cost! of suit in favor of undersigned are still selling LOTH on '
subscribers those who their Ira Harris Moses!
( 'atop ,
.. without 000 Iba Curry and Ji favorable
paper choice Hams, 50 ", 'I terms in lilt
: do. the Southern Village of St. Sebu
.
Life
Insurance
\ >aying shall and
arreara And be published for the ben- 00 Dried Beef 30 Trust Compady. There in so UK'
,
ifitoi the eraft. the narnea of the ielinqaents 60 Smoked Tongue, 10.. o Claret Wine, J. S. L\NChIEZ, Marshal, offer for sale, end WUAT&VKR nnrchasors upon the property they
'" ., .f aOl'-oa8 establishment shall be mutually copied 25 Madeira do' By J. GUTTERSON. U. M. are respectfully rbvilsd
o
: kegs Pickled do. 30" KX4Mi.se critically .
; i Cordial, TITLE offered to them.
tnd
: pibliahed iu the of each other. ; .
papers persons having demands
: 00 casks Cheese 80 boxes 20 ALL. against the Mater I
4th. JOB Soep do Starch F. L. DANCV.
WORK shall be
.cpnsiderad aa rash andsayoienta FREDERICK
15 boxes I1AtrrLEldtceaacd
l Pine Apple Cheese, 20 bbls Rum !late i' JOHN
demanded of GRAHAM
; t \ on deti'nrY.llcept from tegularinapneasoi sit! bbls Flour 2U Ho Whiskey 60 do Potatoes 1)uvalCounty! are required tu preceutthem duly April 2d,1 :l9.
I ealto..re. ; by-fHs AUnrntf
I 30 do auort.,d Crac"en,. .V.. tJur..._ rnfT'_ ... i authenticated, within the time prenerihed by Jaw ; t weeks
JOBS Wit neaa followl : .C.rd.. 1 ------- -- V""'" and'all persons indebted SIX after date application will be made .
I 40 firkins Butter. ; to said estate "mlllllke i
? II'" i, I puk, $S per pack ; 2 packe f 3 per pack i over 3 pack SObbls Apples 20 kegs Lnrd.: O keg* Nails mediate payment t/) in t subv.ribtr to the Hon. the Jude oI51 ,
r ,2 pack. Handbills $5. quarter casks Wine, 10UO Brick, County Court of St. J.hu
per pamphlet, $4 per 003 bags Corn 100 WASHINGTON M. IVES Rxecutor. County for letters ef k
bags Oat,28 bbls
3: I page. Blanks, fooUotpand "fetter, $25 per re&m- 10 boxes assorted Candy 20 saoks Liquor, Mandarin, E. F.. October 6, 1841. administration on the estate of JACOB LOBES,
p *3 per quire ; folio post $5 Salt: __ deceased; .,JAS. W.
per quire-$40 per ream. 20 bags Bran 30 doz Estate of ,. L\THROP. ,
t Brooms
Theatre circus bills bag Shot, *JlariISanford !\Iay,22,1841.
or never than dec.
'ell' e 5 _
set. 50 bale '
par _
Hay. 10 coil Hope,33: bbl TWOTICE '
and'as Molasses: whereby
I high $10, according to sue. given. That six months after
6th, The name of bowmen, and other 35 boxer Sperm Candle., 30 keg t White Lead, 0.' the date hereof the subicribor, administrator ef .1 Card. f.

professional character, who off without travelling 13 M Principe Cigar, half and quarter bole. the estate of b1A1 y JL. .\'FURO.- late of St. John "1JR., A. MARLOW respectfully informs tie
go
thair printing bill, shall be placed on the black paying list 30 SO M boxes common do. do do do. County daceascd: will present the account of his she J.YJL has Ladies of Su Augustine, and its vicinity, that ,. ;

and pablished for the benefit of the craft. Champagne, assorted brand, administration to 1the Honorable the Judge recently arrived from Charleston" anffctt
of the
Tba above.rule not to affect 5 do Lump Sugar, 20 bbl. Sugar. County Court of said County for just ope ned a select assortment of Fancy and Stipti
any special existing 6 adjustment, and
do DRY
: Loaf Sugar, that he will WOODS,in the Basement
eontraats of the thereafter leave Store of Dr.Peck .
.' present year [But contract: And pray to be discharged
variant
: !
from them will not be renewed.! other articles in like qn.ntities. All orders shall from his acminiltr tion. dwelling, where a constant supply of articles labs

""t Tfcs Kdlwrtand fnbHiniraef Florida whose names hate.. prompt.l ..attention of purchaser pretiou* to purefi July 8,1841 MATIIEW SOLANA. line Fashions.wiil be always on hand .to sad. the Season and ,
Hng Ura. B. E. Tbe'mallet
; at.lber I .nata'annezedpledgth.mselvesin CARR A CO. favor gratefully 'received
.
: honor March IS.i a nd
: JYotice. i promptly attended
'each' nto the other to obltne the to.
I : foregoing Rule ,
.
. B .tJa. management: of the business of their different* 1.. BOXCM choic.'FII". j bbl Currants 2u S IX able week the aftei{ data 1 will apply to the Honor I April! 9. 1811.

h eltabli tDeDu.". boxeaRaWns,20 4 do. 20 I do. Paean Judge of tin County Court of Alaehua ) TH1 HE Subscriber has just returned ito iII Cllarl ;
i \ & "' .; o.:} BARTLETT Brazil, and Hickory ant, EnglUh County,for biters f administration the JL ton with a '
.. I >* ; Citroll. Walnuts. 4 Box*. STEPHEN nn Estate of I now and hiuuisom4 supply of genii'
t i tl, MURerased. HY, late of said connisting' .
i /W Apabckieolt Gazette.o 1'; CARR &. CO. County do : -
--I I ; >>a'CI08Kt.Y. Hardware WM. BROWN. I > Calicoes from 10 cents to25),
I. ,' ; UU ApaluK&lo. Courier. cutlery, M ; Newnnnille..An=. 0, 184.. .. f French do,'44. new f t ;;
Wafer style,
and
.
WarH -
.11JNGLISH Irons, l 1- :. rt:
.. J. B. ,WEBB. Smoothing Hou'tfton, beached and whit ..
Millar HoE'!. Iron Seiies, Sgadea and JUST arrived and now landing from the I < >. :
SchrMI JJuslia
'ofeM TalUkoua Star., Shovels: Sauce and F.lizlbethlrom da lains, plain and
: frying Pans, Round Bolls : Burnt Fort figured :If'I '
Brass Mills, Silk for .
1 SAM. ti. SIBLEY. Candlasticks, Mahogany wi feet of Yel Georgia .dresses, Mantillas .-
Knobs!, Glass ow Pirie
do Brass Lumber ,
nails which
cf Ou TaUakatitt Ftoridian. Cut Tacks Cat mild from the will| be I Cloaks and Dresses
Brads Horse Comb., vessel, direct A I ready m ade
' I J, ill. GOUL DI, June 18 Consisting ort great bargain. Bonnet and Hoods, new fashion
r i WM. B. MACLEAN. inch, JJ and 2 inch Wide'Board
of tka Florid HeraU. and Ribbons a bandshm
Scantling ofimenaions!! very assortment, _
I .Yo tit'C. and size. French
Regular Apply on board ta .C. Aeeordeons,
Packet fHlHE J.Arnau
.
Creditors. L gate... and Persons i Oct. or Cutlery,
1 -I, XETWKKN to entitled 22 ', WM. B. Jewelry, and a great many articles tan
distribution
SAINT AUGUSTINE AND CHARLESTON.Th of the of ; MACLEAN. numerous to raenUoo. '

a4 I.I .. Packet Bebooner EMPIRE LIMn RAYStUND1tElUdecPasederereque.ted to Dried FrtiHs. I Thankful for past favors, ha respectfully informi

T' 4 .Soutnwiez Blaster, will lean. th e above the respective claims duly.certified, pre.j GREEN Plum; Potatoes, Onions, Dried ni> eu trmers. generally, that he intends ..n.uh. 4
ports weui,. lovalidi time ri *cribed *, Iow.
and the Public gen- bylaw,] and all persons Prunes, Peaches iu the best st Charleston prices..) ,
I', .rally'are 'olp atdlly informed that this packet has to said estate are required to make immediate I possible order by ihej(self Seward at retail. COME AND. SEE.

., extensive and airy,accommodations, both for Ladies ment. BI. sl. RT:.IIt. Adm'z. B. E. CARRdiCO.Pease' J. CO H''",. +

and Gentlemen ; and for peed and safety cannot! b* Notice. I I Nov. 12.. '
; .
anrpaued. "s. Hoarho'ulld
The Subaetibar SIX \Veah arterdate, I shall apply to the Jnd Candy. Flour
ralnrnibis f
thank to hi* friends, County r> /11HISinvalnsblelremedy; foreoldsandamulti Corn1IealBucki9heat, "
CourLof
and to those why give the preference to his vessel of Administration Columbia county for latter !I tudo of tins, for| sale by- By the Schr. Seward 12 days from New York,
on the
estate ( }
c Arthur
generally, and trusts that 'ykel, 'late
y by strict attention be will of said county deecued\ B. E.: CARR, & CO. are receiving a fresh supply of Rochester
opa 4uup to merit a share of public patyuaaie.t Oel NANCY i i ALSO Y. 'A full assortment of other ind Baltimore Flour in whole and half barrels In
CONFECTIONARY
.' : SYKC9. I on their own h'fJok' dean Meal Buckwheat tuta*. .
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