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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: April 10, 1843
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
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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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3 [Fn+ fla Ckenw f rai"*., Gaxtfta. dUthiPEX1'RAORDINARY.. 'Fnn.'I Penny MagasfaeDR.JENNEIL : quentl/bftea excited not a (Unie'\ icule and ". .

iz* Lines written'.at'the b'row' of ,fhe|Joy)[ ''hill at I found i it pesky hard ,work to get 'a wife. I ._ I prejudice.' To form isome ideir of the reception .
: : \ warm never al wifegstting.'The' gals was It affords matter for grateful .I reflection that which such project would be-- likely:to mect, '.: .1)
Chera, attbe', rising or-tbe, Snn, as I was en good ketch ketch many ot'tne evils to httieb lna 'raCE' are we may just imagine the repugnance that would :" :
so that expected to one as they
,O deavoring:io, over look the,fields:of,my fntber, birde-bysirjzk1ipsaltOn shy .'etu. >II did'nt ue-lo subject do not altogether'appear to be hopeless be felt if proposal were jjotor-made- inoculate .. ,' ,

L. U1U1 *yJYMoDAT, I and the spot ot my nativUy;.after twenty years, go up to the gals and,hug,'era like some fellows, however dis&nl maybe the 'period in which the'human subject:frpm ''the'Tiros; of a.pig. -

Ttj p i absence.. |f eku I evercootget near eOJJf to,'em. I-cum theiraerre: 'itywtll; be abated., While the'smallpox i in the measles l ,' in"prder/tp (coonteract, that *diss- ..

ueer. .brine JaDe Southwick and Suky .was destroying its tens of thousand, there ease'or to obtain immunity against i tsorae''other '

,!T; QLL1LT. .zm.oJ2Hz'rzil. OflherowotheIfljpbentw,, very Pandust., ,They cum to;our house and wanted existed the pleaDS, rendering it. innocuous; I I disorder by the-abscrptioa, of the eruptive m tier

2 4/jath ftt DM potiarpet qutra The.firstbcarningrojr. .. of the sun tobeg alituleysrn:foi, nittin stockings. Before ands(:it may be with' tbe i'eviis'fur which, we wrnchchiractt'rize, the grew*'in horses...' "

I ( d.Iriiiieriai; 'On my Jgrandfalher'a church I,first saw- they'-weotaway, it cum'up snow.like: all Ref no immediate remedy'' It is a' 'beneficentordinatioa.lnd I And',yet in J nflCr'a time the l latter'disease twaa '

4ic IIe. lai, sir propaisouiwi On j. !theplre.p1endi&sbone"*i..iJ t > *, patur.'rheysotout to go bum and itulc Brit?! ,,that the*means of.diminish regarded similar! character iq'the-: eruptive.. I ," f. .
i **s''t''i'S .z > *:. ,neho..bea&he! '!ingibeIuQflyMvL$ ..QOl o Jl,11O haiobtalnied h'd rLhew&man bet Jenner:'evr* (, 1 ';

: 1'it a fields.ofmy: ;parents ,!fry Was knowiti to eoroinV i So a180tfJUt and, "wimouf t&e eierciso of many of the th ghtor.ppI1I! g'jt fteci l1m ; ". l '.,,
? .ir thdoit4Jicepofmyyouih1y : my "beet o aati at t 'ml \bus'itiriUa1mi.l zeal ort Pt:9.cluc furtbep1zipoee..tot"t.. ;
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i'. TMu TI oilowed to ernie, stop.an telledTerai I, > AY9JU.u .J\.I.
I : is1o.. ; of these ljtit..s.raisiag the character and ,inl.teliectT and/yet bw medcalfriV ndi were made acquaint -!,;
; 'rAir.v.C1 ;: ; speakYet .tt1. I only w.nted.to con 'em ; 'ct.'t thflyonlyj; run '
r# .,:'bi, ktai iptsI, afl&ctC, 't the taster-nnd the wind I ,blew zmd..tbtwaoow te4'with each step in.the. : prpzjesof his inquiry ; .
The greatest triumph i ever yet obtained over, and,his friend Hunter, so early ,as: 1770 wail !
1pi.aI.C.t1.'dnW too true is the tale which l it tnld,' flew tile l in their faces ; but fust ;they k owed t '
diseaseveowe to an inturIigentbut; nnpreteu/i accustomed t ) allude to hK views in sIectureroom :
.' "" I 'The tt ebes'or childhood there i they was slopt by a big now bank that laid all '
thick $ SLitis, my were : ding medical practitioner, who lived in,comparative i in London.. Jt was not howeveruntil :i. '
20-4.iz. *j acrost the road, and was at high as their mid. : ; .
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i i giC1othCs M l lov'd pal't."n!t'wcre lifeless and cold. .- ale. 5u they run,backward< and!jforrids and ,retirement_at ..the village of Berkeley in above a quarter of a ceutury'had ,elapsed, duf .

,1.1 CUll sr N..scssi.3 'II And bid age bad si1Y r'd my""hair! !I didn't:know:what to do. Bmrthen:1, cum, up to 'Glo c 'iabi' Edward Jenner, who fifit applied ,jog which t be bad" :'given1 the subject his best ,
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.4Q !RUHC.. ,; vaccine mailer tn 'counteract; jhe' fatal attention, that the hfectapplicatioo of Vaccine i '' '
I I NE'delusion-uh.no! s imposed, 'cm. So I begun to think,.which 'lone cif 'em I
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do flaiy Bts.I ,ravages of th'small-pox was born /in tha'vi- matter;ift the, manner ,which*is t nowi'common .
S, 'I< Time's car had been rolling along should corL Suky had the biggest nose ; but ,
I .doIijbtItOVDOI1.1t, ," f4 8. r.. CARR, "COI'riIUt'r.tU ; Jane had the biggest toot. .So.I sot! to cons iderin carageliouse at Berkely. 'His father'was'ofan : vas made forthe first time by Qoer..himself-i.-' :. .' _
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On the 14th
impress of'May.179'3rnpwlorty.
steps which should 'gree to cortand fusil I .old and much respected !famjly, and !besides two -
u. GOUat DctAer At.A HPA lAA2 CuV, < ,\, Were alike.-deep rooted and strong. knowed, they bad :cut across Zeke Cornsinlk't mg,Ylear. was in the* of] an indf- [years ago, he ,inoculated'. I ,boy in the arm:.from -, .

F It"I" IVrw" lotand wan both oulo'sightas fast as I pendent fortune. ]He'died aron early age' and a pustule' oh the. hand.of a joung woman,:--who :
I'rallGll ..Ss.uciez, ). Fo what's Mis in vain gone -education1 of-Edward/who was the third had received the jnfectipp)romoneof.iberjnasiter'scows. T '
" "n. In"AttscbmentVB past to repine, they could goI: pu'led of my coat :and stamped .

'. C..arancb.L \' I \Vecannot, recall,what is gone 1 on'it, 1 was so tarnel road ; and 1 blowed son, was continued by/bis elder brother who .. rhe': diseasn4iteappeur, >ce,' t. -
Uke notice that n'it bfbMB .. succeeded his father)a the living. A love ,ot and the symptoms were as ;mildano>favorabI0 :
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, l Mid 'F. R. (fetiche* s;i present,may bring : hayed like a,boss, and I-vowed that) I'd, be up to 'natural history,appears to have,been' ,the earliest us could. have been.desired. .pa Jhe 1st of July t '

Il! tib Mid c.arl"raacb! in 'atthchmeit.iti the not not for whatever is gone., them'gal,1 ill, had to tear up all the trees out of indication ofjcnaracter which marked Jenners !. uia boy was t }ocu!led; forheamaIi. pox;; but ,

v (C.srt $futtu'tdtad that a cUdMitiod,will be fil-d, M No high station'or wealth can e'er rob, the gruundbrakeall the rocks andldrink up oil youth., At lire usual period' he was'apprenticed the virus, which had so oftenbeen,mortal.in iuetfecuy ": -

j cash.!;../ be In asnuiiptit, by the plain Appear.' What conscience demands as its owoI ,ther.iver. and then I pickedup my|hat,and put to Mr. Ludlow, a surgeon at Sudbury, : was deprived, of iu/.p ) er.. This, was '...'( : .. -
. lea iotcrMied mud plead. : I I '' It near Bristol. One day a young co'atr.woman.efJ'plo the first of Jenner's',triumphant i cases. ,Hafeeljdgs '
"JOHN DOGOETT: In {every sensation and throb on 'J 'in dairy as u milker, i incidentally, !I I during .the period in which, the;expert- ;,; ,.

, :*1 Attorney for plaintiff. Will respond': to the deeds we have done. The next time I tride to get a'gat was 'wben"I remarked',in hen.master's surgerr thai, she bad \ meat, wai proceeding do credit, to :.hissensibiluly. ;, .

,) 7ov1tb.1842. 3mKperirtwrMitr1Ct went up to' Concudtosee the monument they., ,no fear,of,the small-pox, as ,she;had.taken ,the I[[ .. lie says himself.:-*-:>VhiUt the vaccine -' i it

1- East. ObI! how swiftly tjme passes away- were 'reeling there about the British' COW pox.. Tim incident was" one of the proximate I t t discovery! was progressing. ,:Ihe,joy }!felt.attho 't "

". FJAIRIDA.D Vanity our life is and care- 1 went into the tavern there that was: kept bya 'c t ses of-'Jenner dev ting'hil1 to'the !(discovery ,before ,me, ut,,bejng; ,!the jn tru )cut, '

} "I., VJ L COUNTX. MAV T*...I43. Who again would live.over each day, man they called Wesson, and I sot down t&: study of the nature of the latter disease. Wheir| tiealined totake, away' frocn the_ ,wprld one ot'iwI ; : .

, "J JI.'It.oW...MA.Manu;jii Ward, partuer, u dinner a grate long table. It' looked beautiful nearly tweuty one,he came to London, acd during '. I grta.testcdJuUltl blended with.the fond hope "'

:; &obin on &'W. d.i I coming events which, .once were.Th and there)was bier on the table.' >While, I two years resided with John Hunter, ;ton :, of,enjoy ing independence and domestic peace ', : ,t '. 'Joo

va.Canftina strongest cord, which kindred can weave was there a gal:cum in.tbit wasnarped !Angelina ,lenullexcePdioglygratifying to a young pUpii. I I and happtrK-ss, was often18QxeJce&. $iveuithat ill ;." :
_ TborniKKi Adniv. ef Jam .Thompaun dec, and she ,laterson the (and she '!
put sum tabJ .
Should never, be broken in twain ; Their friendship continued through lite. During 'puriuiugn1yfavorito subject among Ihe/neod- ,
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: J.._. ,. eifilidI1W. looked and all fired that I i
: so gracious pretty axed his residence in London, Jenner the i ows, I have.aometimes found myself rq a .
rev.ire.
arranged
Tb defendant and all,other futerete4 will pess.tiIc Love is balm to,the heart when we grieve, her if 1 might cort her.she kinder faffed and ,I : '
It i is recollect that the
of the abote, eatioi. specimens i of natural history \Vhlcti..Str Joseph pleasan: to ms to reflec- ,
$.ceet Ihe-coesniencenoent And sympathy soothes the worst pain.So4n sed she must take time to think nf i as it' cum
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Cook's tim ended devout 'r"
thdpsitbyau&cIime2lIcdapp 3f'dpled: tbeietoW Banks had collected during first'voyage. :I always ackaowledgmenu, : !I' ,
mcsr4iq4sjw. I \ ail of a sudden so,'lhat she/coutd'ui/ make up The manner in, which be executed his task wat 'I to that Being from whom Ibis and,all ether,mer. '.1 : ;
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t' JAMES L3IVYANT.J' the sun now uprisen will set, hermind.' 1 1I I so satisfactory that a situation 'as' naturalistwas ;I| cies i flow." With u rare prudence and.caut'ion ,1 I j --

" I a : Attorney for. pIiIl i.iDtisd "Bat again insplendor will, rise ; tolled hE'rld got:n, imo to wait ns I'was offered him'in Cook's second e:pelli llJn." I I Iin' a miud ,of rather sanguine turnf>.Dr. Jepn.r

.. FcbrRarylOlu". Hejcannot, nor_he will not forget coin' rite off with 'my! team, and if she'd agree Such an offer ton youth of two and twenty M a: |waited lot two years,in order. .' that he might .
Curtedtlw' I 7 I'd rut her rite intoine ox cart aodi nake her of proof how successfully his zeal for natural history j strengthen his discover*', and itwos not until ', :

E neeivei fcv late arriVala, a freat varie- With his beams to gladden our eyes. home. So she did'nt make up her mind and so bud stimulated his talents. Singular June[ 179, that in a mcmofr'written with great ,
kare
;beantiful ..efti6 i wliich reodeni cur mock Ana,is he not thus appearing ,I was crest hUove that time'tue. .I enough this templing opportunity of enjoying modesty'and good tasb, ,published, detail, or .

t "'*kt. aiHl mefttfe. than ever; .,,. jLi,itFaneyafe The type,of the Saviour,of men. There was/ about a dozzen maple trees that an almost, unlimited ,gratification of bit ,taste ;t'I twenty, three cases othEt, ,casual and.inoculated a i. .

: \ .inr, ? bcf a.I""W..n&IM of.sWcodsudb When the Sins of. the world he was bearing growed Xiittfe way from our ti use, just behind. WJIA not embraced.. A few/years.afterwards. heffrffl'nn' I disease.in' i tfaj latter' being 'included one,of;huTne & .f ; -
" .1 ". Gu'Y. L ( L.-- the walnut roYe. Now all( the gala in our parts l !t?? q fJlfiT1 '"' ""'YP nnnntntm,nfin .,. II.. "' "- t-c-t -
f 1lt." 1i1_ T 17' : 4..E..daa t .is ureatui rona or, sap. o 1 Kriowed that, and India ; and in'1775; a proposal nis'fnend progress! vaccination' "war arrapitn "-" .

> .IbLke Fa.'y"de"_, : I Ij' ditarmined to fix a way to katch 'em.. I ,went John Hunter 'to establish a school of natural ,| such,innovations usually aro.: Iq the summer of .' .
, < IaUiaBdtJa I _", II II' And will he not again reappear thereto them trees and I bored holes in 'em history' including medicine. in 'Lo doo. ,He I U9J.declaration. was, signed by ,twenty Ihreeof ,

C.IeJ'lud$ Perfumery, 11 glory to seek and to save // 'wi'h a gimletand stuck in feeds to dreen off the preferred the seclusion of a .country life,, to [' the most eminent members of the medical '

.BraibesandCoatajCaiKMitiec.. S.,
Riiftiiff WBJpaAt ardinn',M owe.Bore, > _/ nd rcome death and the grye'? ed the gals would get the scent ou'L So I wenta it is ulto ,probable.that the subject of 8Ild. flicac). In 1302 a committee investigated !

HaMtetaroaYneiitK.aiul a variety of Without little piece and ,watched for 'em' to. cum.- vaccination employed his thoughts and thai au [ the ,{perils of vaccination,. and.,Dr. Jenuer'd ,
Elegant,Articles of Taste and Utility. a hope as soothing as this.Te Pretty soon I went oack but no gals were there indistinctnotiou: ,of' his fuluro discovery'deter. 'claim i IQ the discovery, and Quits recomraendati'Mi -* ,

.n |iah*bU (orttte", which we take' |>Ui.ure ill whom can contentment'be giv'ri! and the sap was runnin mined i him upon'selecting' and remaining a Parliament. voted ,him a gruntof ,,10,000'j j

_ .ill&itd.e.wre' B. E' CA RK, & Co. Where in.life of death's the true bliss 1 went home and wailed about half an hour position which'' would* enable him to work out and in 1507 he received an additional grant of "

-Ocs., 31. 1 Which has not its anchor in Heaven 1 and then I went back to the grove, and I thought his ideas. Ho soon acquired 'a valuable and ",2OLX1W. In 13J3) a society was established in .'. ,r '

""- By tbc ferperation.PUOPOdAL8whMb : I /- I seed a white frock waving about among the extensive surgical practice at Berkeley' ; and 'in London. foa the encouragement .of vaccination ,"P J ', '
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;.ived. byLbe City Col n. New getting upcour' ge.-Atthe hospitalonSatudaya maple trees. So I kept stock still,'and in a min- 119".l be found himself under the necessity of; called the Royal Jennertan Society ; which by 4 : ;:"

: k ot Monday morui'oJ the way tumol- Was cut from 'thu neck of nit 1 seed the gals comin over, the fence, and Iiinitiiigtis' ezertonsand having purchased.(a i'! Jeuusr'dadvicc, was me.rgod in 1&18.11I the N ll. j"; .;

uj4ay oT April nest, for the !IaN of good, Cart, Dr., Warren. Buchanan, they looked ail round to be sure that nobody was then customary) a doctor's degree of the tioual! Vaccine 1II, UtuHoa. Dr.,Jenner. coutin- j '
IfotMand Dnver.tvery:Friday and OltordarGf erv a YOUII woman by Univcrsary of St. Andrews, he practised in future ued to make Berkeley permanent residence .
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the jieuivtogisT,,arrived at the hospital (to witness seed they crept stnng softly as j j" .
week for WM year. only as a physician. and.here he lkvedhouod and ,r peeled ,by ', : :
bout"teriminuies before'itcommenced. two black snakes and went rite off tn one of the
Cart. horn id !riverjt be under theordert i lit operation) the civilized I ,
, : During leisure which nn active professional every people throughout the earth until .
Then of'em took from 1 I
riae Mt of found tho depressed, trees. one out a cup. Un'derheropronandihey
fr m Iud to.-nn evlery He womn'c
| .the City a lniMHa* career permitted, be enjoyed the society bis d :1thIn18.;}. .'. '
Frida, and ti.t".y' aforeanid' : tn be etri&nyedwb..tverW41t tUBf'UUnndAick' at stomach.: Thinking that begin. to put in all they o(/'friends, music the literature of theday ; and In the Repiiri.of the National; ( Vaccine Institution I I.
and'Mtd be ii i.
' latter for IH37 it is r.
natural and then stated that
.ded with Tail U'urd, Spade, B.vel, weeding hue, to his hand So I still skunk in lime history iE'otogy'th a many personsstill !
(it' ho gentlemen present place kept as as a the day -
; varied and hw continue to inoculation I
Rake. new.study) lightened daily duties. prefer to, vaccina J' :
.an*! latge me of the of her head which and then another gal cum poking along from -
I .Te.c.ntactetsU% addition at al.lime! be un- upon so organs ,A paper,in which he gave an, account of tion. Tbtsa4U s prejudice, though it is"not ; -,j
nltr ebiicati n: ta leapve all oMIl Aimal. have in,TigOratngeffeCt: when excited. As she behind buih. 'It was the gal !in a white frock the habits of; the cuckoo from m..nyyears' ,observation ',surprising ,1 th.it ilMuuld; exist i amongst.l'6sVl: It '. '
relieved by ihi the and in for hersheerof the !
,.Fvnona uer.rin.willl pletM ta,ute the, price p r.nnttimand I be npoerotion. She cum up put sap procured him the honor of being elected was not until 1322 that even the medical officers jj n' :,1L

.* I.aveth' rwpoaaUaealed, whkjlhe. clerk I SE'emedtO attempted hinw-U' to excite the or. Pretty soon three more. gals cum over the fence, a': Fellow of the Royal Society. But little thsLindon: Small 1 pt.x Mspitul; :discontinued i ;
tiOr&be. C.. .notl. hardihood self-esteem aqd undone. 'ern was*o greedy that she took up a was'{previously known of the life of thi4 singe. 'inoculation is.thesluggli-ih'faWat'which ;
which be succeeded so well that and to drink out of it., Then I run'uck 'i '.
: P. B. DUMAS. in a pan begun lar bird. Dr.Jenner also frequently contributed men move.from a practice essentially reCr.' -
; Clerk of the'Council. she;burst into n fit of laughter atthe doctor.-*. to the nousejundggot a bed cord andI), madea valuable, original papers to twn Medical Societies bone which it can, be shown'on the dearest'denvHintraiio '; ':, -

it. Insnttinc. II* March 18 3._ -_- declared that Bhu knew HS much, as any of slipping loose 1u qne end of it,and went back. to: which he belonged. lie is said to have :! H far'superior; for il'w 'n 'fiJcr. I! '.

I I'. flitiiRcwardAPJbcLiJAF1ON. them.'t at tbuy.cou"nt" hurt her.unoVshe did not I The gals were'alilber as,thick. at crows in! a enlargedsoxfrequently.upon thtcos-pox that at founded upon accurntoQbser at onthl1t..f300( I : ...

fear th4 operation at all.' Her I laughter did nut cornfield. one of these Societies liis medical brethern protected chi dren vaccinated, one will susceptible -. 1-, i

l Bf tie Mayor if &e (;iiyij St. Au vttinc..and ce-ise until the doct r placed' his bands upon So edged up till I got near en off, and then 1 themselves jocosely pu'tirigao interdiction of small pocnfcrwardsbutonty< in a rnild'and : ': -
.1 the back of her he-id to restrain it. Then I t ihrawed the slipping noose over *eiru It cum .
tJHEREASttiCiy iSipfl.ited wllha JCRn part I ) on the subject, treating it usa forbidden perfectly sate form ; whereas if #00 be inocubtled. .;
T V of 'Burg a .mo..e d pred tint have cou. continu ing to excite h. r h.irdihcxxt and t'l f.es. It down over the head of one of the gals lUll I topic as they would,have doneadognii in politics one will surely die." (Report Vaccine :: !: -' J
t teem, hb made her im mtbnt to have theopt'ra. J I kctched her round the waist. I rawed tight unit In'ritutinn.1837. .
These Jenner's
.. nsiderobl .tim Jtrt10ng our Citizens. or theologr. details of ) / s
: tion performed. She ,ruse from her chair and i i and held it fast. I was' :out of sight behind a the .:
t
Sn many t Instances gie>t loss in :money, life bring'us to question connection :with Ituppean Iron thecarefullykepi registers / k
istrd directly to ihe iimphl.thenttelto I bush but when ,the rest of the seed that I i
rushing girls
and on ,
\ .roods and otKer Valuables. an hich.'i. value to the world al large, is now .sowell deaths! in Prussia, that during! ihe fifteen ;years _
have it finished. As soon a* she of their number was ketched like
they rurt
was'\\ one .
1834 the
And whereas iU< deemed judicious for the appreciated. ending deaths 'from small pox 'were r"
to she went forward pouted at 1 turkies,and scampered off with all their mite '
Reward should permitted go The small pox is propagated.by infection. In about 1jul22.Thsiprobb1ytho: "'
i re1IareoflbiCc4ntunitytbata proper
Male. profewbrand acted singularly as to induce ) J I keppputtin on the rope :till I drawed the gal the lion which in Great Britain. .
be 'rffcrrd for the apprehension of those year 1717, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu" prevails! ) Throughout i '
i who did not know what had happened, to about rod behind the ,bushes, but she kepp ;
a
, { ttor. some I who was then at Constahlinople,where her husband the last century the mortalityfront this disease 1 j :
r
Nitw therefore by virtue bf the Resolution of supposes her under the influence' of opium. The the .nquaking all the time like a gaose'tied up'in a t was ambassador,had her son. inoculated -London Varied from 1 in 10 to'1 j i irM8 l

I the City Council:! hereby offer n Reward of operation which required an incision in 1 bag. 1 tied the end of it. round the tree and with the virus of Ibe.smallpox. The practice during the, 'decades. The Vaccine lymph h ," .j
neck about three inches in length, was skit.fully 1 then I to the gal and found it was Nancy : f
.
)t Out Hundred DdUrsfor the apprehensionnnd of goes up b long been known in,Turkey and it was i sent 'gratUi ously to medical'men I in'aIIsiur ; "- '. r I r,
tl! conviction of tho said Gang of Burglars infesting |>"rformed by Dr. Warren and born by I Stratton. So sez I to her: found that the disease produced artificially, large towns 'and to everyvillage' however- 'remote ,- 11 'Ir
much steadiness. theotakinlt You likes I.lakes it if you'll hold
'. the patient with Being sap your and it '
violent disorder. In 1.i'
I' this City. : [ess than the casual 1721 only through neglect thai the : I. '
her bed, she seem to have forgottenthe squealing a minit, I'll court yolL"'Ei I ,
o I become '
small
ABRAHAM DUPONT Mayor. / inoculation was tried l in England oh seven crim- pox clan again fimnid:1ble.It is :
rrJI..p.B. Dc..is, whole sceneand could not recolllect where say sez she-" u this you, and what inil: ', and a few years afterwards the childrenof stated in a Work of the time; that fromSeptember "I;

C.cr: of the Council.Brattcst or how;the operation had been performed upon. I da you" mean by fritening a poor cretur to the Royal family were" inoculated. Inoculfction ,' 1671, lo April ". there were' -800;deaths i;

her.BostonPOSt."Oi.xMoaTu.ITT"The. deth. however, never became anything like from small I pox in Glasgowwhic.h. then'contain .
York 'l 1 ,
New
store trom .
.
That's here nor there sezl UI
' only occupation oeyther 'I universal, because though in many ca es the ed'n I population 13000. The deaths in such : '

t 'T1"..t. ;OaILOCIIARL1TrC8TttEETAIDt MARKET PLACE of the old man was wnnderingnbout the country, wants a wife and." you dent get clear till you. p.misotohavme. disease appl red in a milder form, ,yet its, fatality an", amount of population-daring: period of : : '

! t FH HE Subscriber just'opened' a large as..ctment repain tig the, tomb-atones ut the Covenanters, MLackadayZeke," sez she->I'd have had :was not abated so'great an,extent as had eight months' would not at present'.ordmarilyexceeil : : ,;
consb.Spring yer been hoped, and the rate of mortality, before ; and inline same city. the population -
L of .FANCY DRY GOODS, traveling! from one churchyard' ,another }
time you'd hay, axd me and need'nt .
any you I inoculation and after of'which .
was it was exceeds '
known
now the
290,000 of
prac cases
Ton till he found t
t.r his white was
I tine mount pony % bay tonic all this about it" > '
t' I' and'Hammer Rhalles I ;. dead ono by the road side., His family panes sea, did a differ so materially as to offer this disease'which prove mortal da-not amount ;, : :.
I day. "D o sez I-"you sweet little plump pat '
j sufficient inducement volUntarily to encounterthe 'annually't sizteenth"a of tbeownberi'
: French UueJins and Callicoes, experienced a singular variety of fortune.One vone ':
rite bum mother,
.
Socual.1d to
ridge, you. go disease.' circumstance which'edJ which occurred in third .
n. otie of the time .
J 'tces" Lace,Capes,Collars, Shawls, and of htssons went to America and settled at Battimorej and shall hav as much and gingerbread ( | amongst .
you sap uer to direct his,attention .'to the cow pox has a'population nearly fifteen times less amount. ; I
other Articles. made fortune. He had '
he
Fancy where a large -
I
eat, and will be lawful hua. '
Which must behold soon shipped back]in a'son, "ho married an American lady and the I as binditud you can we'll keep, house'your in Joe Richardsons I already been nOIi_ This:disease makes" its But'neglect! afford* the disease'an, Opportunity i. J

1 time for the New York Trade: latter outliving her husband, became Jfarch,. appearance on the iuiimalra'tidder.lr which of recovering itsactif ity ; and according to Mr. r : :

', '-.1._ onessdf, Wrllesley., His daughter was narried place. :' the,milkers lake the, ofecti n. Similar ,vesicles Parr's.reglStratlon tables for the, town of Birmingham -. ,
Domestic.and staple Goods, ready made to Jerome Bonaparte; nnd, after her, separationfrom So I took her home and led,her along by the are:raised on parti of'the body*slight fever ; the deaths from small por in:the half !I' '."'

'CI tbia & :, him, wedded : Monsieur 8u Tuier,.\be' rope for fear she would get away, ,and WB ensues ; but after a few,days I these symptoms year ending 3Ist December, 1837' were'1 in 16; :

I All of.which bQ offers at: prices to suit the Frennch Consul ot Baltimore. What would made up the bargin, and was.published,and mar disappear ,and at this .inconsiderable' disartangement ., Ibis rate of mortality I being' the'name as that. : :

tim?*. 'JOS. VANCE. Old .Mortality have said, ,as he pored among rid. of. the general ,health the small pox which prevailed'during one,of1 tbe'decades': .-of !' -

:tcbruvy2Stb.1843.: thu neglected grave stones .in Scotland( had,he rendered innocuous.. Such was the preserva- the last century within the London bills of mortality ,'
1 .. 1. '.jiettce. -, that one widow of his* grandson'was A gentleman at Point Petre, Guadeloupe .ive to,which'the country aian alluded, in.the a circumstance which may appear l in 'an 10:;
: foreseen states that during the earthquake in that,place, of Jenner's master This from
I surgery Sudbury. aggravated light tbe.short
which j
Marchioness sisterin period to I.
1 '". ;. Q ... weeks ,_I\ercI.ate.l( will apply to the I to.have law to become tho Duke an English'of Westphalia and sisterin while attempting to escape,, his fool "and ,leg protective wer waS not unknown to medical ihe average is confined,bat!;nevertheless'IH f still 11
.
of *heCottntyl! Crt, ,ot Mosquijtc I '
1 Judge the law !-Internes Cbarier were caught in one of'the ,deep fissures of the: men, yet introduce the virus of a diseased sufficiently remarkable :call, for; 'the ;utmost f,: i
I County for tellers of administration on e* of.Napoleon earth and he thought that be wat fast But artificial into the human '
animal by means, ) system vigilance. At Birmingham! smallpox* the t ,\
,
I t. ,aC.1oI1 WBlevkQ' of. .AKBROS&.COOPER.said County, deceased j Whatever thou seest laudable in others, endeavor another shock came and the crack opened L was an jnnovitloowbicb' had/nt: entered most'active ngent of.murta lit y after cmomption .' ,::, ;'I! i

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: case b not incloded in the ten which w,re -- --"' Messrs'PenaMetoo cf Ohio,Grang f:ol New '* Sr &.neutral int pmetit \y ;lake the f lowing from thetj"

.t: fatal in that [in-the half year ending Wt;I I .a AJIUSTIIi:1) w[.turk. and Johnson of Maryland, opposed the 'con cst for Dogate to ongres*. ItfbVjSwtcr0s.but \ i>- :voochcs(Jbr the vefacity of tbestaodirg.

!ill,and asserted that it was a plan t ,.w hholJ! : : earistlC remarks the nnaw:respectably Itpabltsnrd
Crcember..(831.) 1 .t.J A i.l01J1'7t3.. -.aurtheStatexrheirshare of the public' Jauds it niakfs: some .. .o"> S.-a
fij" in ite -
I cwse and prncPectIJof Mapi titi 41KD.i the f ttbcla pa"achieali"pe
: ihem. Neither ol these :
due
which
THE Wno rAifc Henry Remsen,t E-q, we.! 44 Principle? and- the people"FORDELE6ATE speakers was seemed row to know anything of what they i ;He says Mice.two rival candidates for the station .rr, aiid copied ,into the Anc*a week orsinopii .._'
is alluded to, as having
understand: the} person I most theirstatements | I Con rest Messrs. Levy and
WRre.talkinffabbdt.ana .i
of :o ,Delegate :
:' left lack over, there hundred was' thousand no account dollar We in are cash told,of:j 1 1iaalifee ir I TO CONGRESSt!;; ,; I wWeSebutted. 'by/Mr Levy, when an'opportu- Ward..ere dorln'glb early) part of the week 6Y'.!Editor: The riel14hof the Hoa.

M
,. discovered checks and bank notes amounting ; -- in the,' hIS friends sa--tn. ,11 a'make known their desire for bb ,re.e .
of
i \ hol**. Mr. T. W., Gilmer Virginia : .
to SIO&OOQ: There were balances in quite :i THE ELECTION I,&'V. I I, (Cbair.i I itmphani lour; in the west; and Mr. Levy from :!'to:Congress through the newspapers of his

a numbrr in the ram of:mentioned,) Whethertheaeareircluded or not we. bate nut learn. ;(,|I AYe understand ?hat at the; late j i Old Adams made one of bb usual bitter, fe- |,!' the drudgery of his labors at Washington.agton. It''I (both being oppo-d to him,]ask a place i fa iii

I ,I :.;, eJ. Th entire attate is very Iare.-J( /'
Commerce._ : j." 11'_ ,'4'' the Election,Law has.been so'altered -?r:i him like barre-of bard cider, and on every j f candidatealteroverrunning, county after 1 j j[ U ..people Franklin Cousty as 'orr .

occasion that, offers, he.foams out with.redoubled j county< without meeting any body to oppose i ibtsclains thy gentleman, aid one of .most inde:
When the as to require but six months' rosi-!! : '
SroiAAKD PAixsiwr, British ] bitterness" t ;t f but finding ail ready to drink. his J I lu I j r ble and capable representatives Florida
feet was.wUbddniwa from the coast oftfyriain den e instead of ONE FEAR as,heretofore About 2 o'clock the Committee found itself, .
burrs long he would stand bad. '- r. --tf.
i 13401 a corps of engineers, all pricked 'nenl without .' and was. compelled to rise'' .quorand cry as as i! '
a quorum f
was left behind.[fa: order to make: a military to qualify persons to vote, and report the fact ''to the..House.r" The last the treat- should( have returned with a fluttering i j.: **Thc.1 consider him.titled to rrrHtihi J'

t survey of the,country throughout. its whole -- his nnd with ( f! services to the Terrilory.aod wlj
.'.' : Dr. JTcxmer. count in Committee 'only dbplayed.the pres-i opinion of prospects, buoyant feelj j :; JTcl .
e' Three officers. Majors Robe Scott and 't cnceof about hundred members. >Ou'lbe'SlCIker.s f, It is '
.' one ings in regard lo future success. Maj. Ward's large vote. Lettered that tbost' tip "
;< IVilbfoham,' were .constantly ,occupied in maUag In another column we give a sketch_'of the life Ij resuming the Chair.a.bare, quorum .
friends count upon.tbe ,whole west, as going for suit the true interests of Florida will rvbt4jhim '
.
in all an& in the southern .
-1-; sarvevs quanenl: of Dr.EnwAwJetjrnrtbe; discoverer of VACCHIATIOX i 1 was fonnd.to that they vent at it D8in. and a ; I
i ; pan't j feat. 'J8y moods,carried n series of lime when readers attention is t* motion to lay the bill aside was again'''last by a !i?,him dead, or perhaps it may be blind vie forget. throughout the Territory, add that he. .rz

'. ,. .:, trli' lf.o'er.t( the;greater 'portion of Judea'and called. At..b. our ,I'yoie"of 57 to 61-no quorum This will afford 1 1I the term but it was something after that fashion i receive; 'a very large majority in F' "
the .around the plain 1.1, Esdraelon to th* subject this sketih of the life,of one "
country
-
" ; I I your readers some, idea of the children's. play I[' We are fold tha1_ be proposes'another expedition I C including horsr1ahttudewfntntlteMediterrane. of the greatest benefactors of mankind will not : carried here. .
which
.J:'r, 1 ," an tote Dead Sea and Lkc of Tiberius. Some be slip:. Some:very'valuable! statists i A call of a House on was 'next onlered and af. 1.(:' to tbevEasf, where it may presumed,. his ;"the talents'of the opposing' can+ -..:

; '1:' '. 'uflbcsegentlemen; ar-el bfo.n, of tile Royal. cal are contained, ih.lhe article. let proceeding for ,half an hour.153 members ,1 presence wiiiclu forth equally! unanimous. .de.monstralions not.tado I ... him tbo.k'astJ injustice; they '"
fac'f -
-,! G80Jf.8p1aical Society Lo aDd when the answered to ineir names, and the Committee! i in his<'favor," pursue|he.coarse'oft thosewsfcely .
*
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? r '. ." r 'l weiD.II' have dc"he use SeHlkerM Settlers., having seated itself again, they refused lo..1..y1 I I The Sentinel which is the} champion of Maj. is to .abuse, Mr.Levy, but they. fi.fi.
p $ II ,:lts'oCthrirJabors.it it uDder .. .
I
Theschr. bZu'M. Thiiipsm'Capt.Sealyarrired \ i aside the bill by a vote of 60 lo 62. famendmentswere 1
WARD, assumes also to be the chief advocate ofI stood that bur ,few in ,Aapproveribe
'.t very persons p3 .
I. world' that,they jwill' be given to the world.- adopted. and shall eodeav-; .
.. .' ;/ !' Bibliotiec'SecraACCXDENTTOfTHE< here on Wednesday.last from Savanah ,, or to furnish you a complete copy of the bill for i I i 'the temperance.cause in Florida and it, is some- language adopted here"by t

; t. t I with ''a party of settlers, destined for, Lake! publication. I jibing: f'3' wonderment to, us how that sober towards oui* Deli-gae. No argument 'b e Jt.'

:,I. VINCENNCS-CQASE Worth*, some 8 or 10 miles ,South of upper i: Drsf>erate tt.rtsY rc made. by Mr. Everett t i iI jprjnt i can support any I11o'1DVh; ,will treat lo by:;h is'uppouenis, either showing. bun, wa !t.
Inlcct! The consists of the I\of Vermont, and.. Johnson ot Maryland, to !I! -S3 .
: FOfi;!PIRATES.E CT. party following i
: ., 't i, defeat the of the bilL retard its | 'gain votei'e do not say that Maj. Ward in [ability or inclination represent rru 1Io ,i
or I
passage pro-
: # Correspondence if Ikt AaouFort Tribune.TuxznAD Mr.J.Hu'.cbinon and lad,:.. Mrs.Burns.idc; !I| by amendments, all of which /:dues' so. but the insinuations of the Star have has doiie his duty ably impartially and "ip .
grass proposing
;, :'. dt CUBA March 1st, 1843. Messrs.James Burnside,James Burroughs. Hopkins i{| j however were reject,. By pursuing ,,this',:iFOmelhiog'! of. ,a squint that way. Is there an fully ; and,deserves well of I"CUUO / Tbtys ..

t 'Tbe monotony {of thb little. l1 was broken W.'S. Porter, Win. Proctor James H.:: ,cause, several 1 hours were 1 lost in speech'ma king ;.j article in your.tempeiarce constitution., that who. .oppose, Mr. Levy (rum party coosidefi? .
l 1 i in on the2Oi cost by the !! Russel Henry B. P. nnd order thei.
upon appearance Jessup Burroughs, Henry noisewithoutanvregardto or ;
rnvttedalltheEditors lions ins <
I in the fair ainl boii' oble roan
you r.
ufa ship of var off.f the coast, making for the I I OtieflelVasburo.. Thus.Burnside.. William business in hand.' One would think that the ; Territory up to tine 1i]
,' 'r anchorage at.JJao'Blinco, which turned out severu rebuke which Mr. Johnson received from := Tallahassee to help to make, permitting yeti to much entitled to bw respect and, attention,*, :

I,,I to be ike D. 8. ship Viucenties, CommanderBuchadiin. uroside.V.,\V.B.Bonnet. S.Beaufort Thos. W. the people of Maryland, and his'total desertion :j i do this Fi: !:for shame, 31;. Sentinel We'll his upporters. I; is their right and pt t lo,

; .,,,Sbefhnd taken a "pilot on board Hutcliiason and twenty negroes. by the Whig party on the question of State i tell Maj. Ward, before he. comes, that liquordont prefer another, man*but it b evidence of rusts
: home days before'and been blown ofEIn attempt. .- debts. the House, n few days since bad given i .
in East aiui bad cause.to..iJ .
( buy voles Florida candidate in
i log tc enter the channel, byt6 beer carelessness Tbe Hon DAVID LEvr, arrived at Tallahasseeon him nn intim
f l I 'of tbe pilot she struck on are/'with a fair the inst. where he remained little'more wise.or entitled to as much consideration as he I The Orange Trees. guuge adopted by some of Mr.. LeY)'* ap' ,

f wind to drive her further on. undoubtedly thinks+they are. Notwithstanding Hers. It D ilh detracts from his worthor .
Signal guns distress fired, and than a week and departed fur West Florida. wise I There is not,a subjectbcneflcial to ,the inter- '; -.
'Ie .' of were a repeated defeats on bU motions this man adds to their strtngtB.
I I. ., I lieutenant was despatched io. a small buaMo' this I I ot Gotham continued to llaiher away at tht' ests of Florida pnfsiog under the eye nt our
obtain WILLIAM C. BarAxr. sq. Editor of the N.Y. -I aia not a personal friend lot Mr. Levy ,DOT, f
purt to ligbtt rs&r. After try ing i alnI House until near dark. All his positions were j late indefatigable Delegate however trivial,
I \, 10 get off daring the whole night throwing r |I II. 1 i EVCKIXO POST'one of Jhe ablest democratic paper untenable and fuijc wifully! comuatted by Mr..that, has escaped his n..tit'c.Vitn the dow! have."the'honor: of bb acquaintance. IJ'ud. f

j 400 or GOO shot and a'q quantity nfprovisi6ns.au ) in the country, and one ot 'Ihesweeust of Kim of your ,State, who had to rise several j! ( 'ol' him wholly by his. public acts, which itj:

.1 i' Carting 60.000 gallons water, the commander 4 4I |jAmerican r pnetsarricd in .this. city Saturday limes in order to expose the, absurdities laid ing I'-tterto the secretary of state desiring information my*approbation." He bas' done niiuch'to prt1f
I. ," t' gave orders to throw over all the guns, but down by Johnson. i j in relation tithe i insect that has infested -
< oeforoit' I hL He holds n proud place in the literature of oiotctrHwelfare. of Florida.Dud lam.c, fide.t
\was executed a squall arising,he The bill was finally got through l the Commitj i our orange Trees,'written ju I c'l ordered all sails set and the cables dipped, arid .. his cotintry. He has lakt-u lodgings at the Florida tee and reported_to th: House, when the. 'previ-!{j j his; leaving Washington. His desire to benefit thatibc'icopie: t| of tLc West concur in the,ter .J

/ had the good fortune to force her over the reef HoI uus question was uPVliC4I,.aDd it passed by aj redness of Jb*opinion."
I II ; r rwithout material! injury. .This was a bold and vote of 82 years to 50 days. |I I his constituents is .boundll Can hw npr* Ajralacbicob; Mach 1:, :!

I'( I daring1 measure; and perhaps the o.r one, I I I Gen.Ands .w Jackson Donaldson, has been Mr.Levy acquitted himself with much ability nents point out wherein he has neglected any 114.1..fi.

J i I .I I which would hare saved the shi. By the aid nominated as tne Democratic candidate for Con 'in the debate, and dNplsyed untiring indiu- We emphatically. NO Florida Leislatife'CuEcU. 'd

,' of ligberstbe anchors and must of the provisions gress in tbe Nashville district. try,and zeal, as may be judged from the tact Will the people of Florida ,refuse, to re-(-1.ct
were : and caved. The Id the bouse 11A1'ult.
go up 'bole.hRt' that the bill was run through within six or ttepresenativevon the
s did not exceed one' thousand dollars,'including I Caleb, Ctahing -llvs staled in the Boston pa. eight hours notwithstanding the determined a Delegate who has sought to Prot o'e their interest 'Mr.Knuwh's. from the Comrnitieeoa t i ,

I ,lighterage. I pert, that'thb gentleman\will not be a candidate opposition of the whole Northern whig j"rty. and welfaru every particular! of the:Territuiy- ,.wade the followingREPO&T "
After obtaining the requisite supply of water The following is extracted from the Heraldof WASH HGTCX March 71843. .
I. ; and provbiorwon the 26th, she her for Congress, as bas bee intimated by his : *X
pursued
P I Sia :-The Ornng' Groves of Florida 1',
the 8th of last. have
cruize to friends. NI August Tce-Comraitteeou '
Antonio'
r Cape and thence tai] Vera the JSuie-oiylbeTerritory
Cruz She was {in search of pirates along'tbe''I{i "The House has devoted itself the last three been visited during the past year by the 'ravages -' to ubouie was rvlerr* much of then Giuof

,_ I south side of the'island: and all her large boats, I! FIBE,'The barn on the plantar n: of{Mr.. CEbus- days to Territorial business of which n largeamount of an insect which threatens the total de- '*iur sage as alias tu UUs iadiaa War .

,' ,; nnd n number of her men 'were absent, on an I 1 I LCSTUO LEOSABDT. at the mouth otNSi.j & been transacted The bill for the AI m. ruction of that branch of production iso < !caveto'report: '. Ji-

rr .: r .expeditiini 'at the time ftbeufCideot.- A day '':tan_creek;:was burned to the ground on j IFrido1Y ed occupation of Florida led to a long and nn.g important nn interest in a national and local That tiIC.V., in common sotto ihe; E.txcatlan.lir ir

4f.x ulbl '. U". ,b.. ft.. -._ .......: ,.d ry debate, owing to the blind nnd determined -point of rlrt theH ,II., rim'''i.. ..._t .j 1 .' "l.t.'jhe ruuJiI".. .
I province' received an official communicatinn I oppOMtiodit met with firotn Mrryiand .)'JnD30n 0 :1. tlmugtit'jru wotflt tI t5nTeem '
from Gtan building is nest known. ,A horse which ;was in who made like dUZl.ut'pet"Chea the and I but ithat uurludanthllieuhitynett". a '_. ,
about 40 miles to the eastward, J something a suggestion request am about to make approximating to liual

that'm pirate'had, been"'teen in that neighborhood : the stable adjoining was saved after being con. against the bill, and endeavored by unworthy'the',: attention of the Department.There .- peace a and, qute'uJt adjustment] will ., MM and be,taat'pvnnaueut ': 1"|,

and that |on the night of the 21st 38 'idcr.ably sc rtchet1. \ I continual amendment. to defeat it. His objc-
b.no doubt! that if the ravages ..f this sior cd|to ou r luug harrussed and aflided 6- ,
cannons were heard which i lions were, all ably met and answered by
appsairedby'the
I mend to be loaded with bail The ',consul 'I'-lie Cabinet. 1! I your Dle aie.Mr. Levy, and in such n manneras insect can:be arrested, the peninsula of Florida tory; ;lifts t bbs been beliuvid removed that the to IlI1iM'at1\Vat\., odycf**liraenemy .,

\ras sent t for'nn l H formal offer! made :by the There are vague rumors. of ajlarc 'up,'in thc to insure the passage of a bill by a handsome iscapabeuffurnishiogcumplctely i i the marketof it b known, that straggling bandsincnasidera jr '

{ governor to send a schooner of war to "hlCommend' cabinet \ out maj A at faabiirKtonarising ofk| quareI ble i in nmnbtr, but LostUefn feeling and .
B. the will be 1 refrain pur.pu
if he would send subject given at length,
an expedition
rel between Mr. i and lime. The,insect is of the con us li>mily! very ,eLar sii.l running at'targe ami coutiuJe :!.r' ,
11 > arty
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I cncert Mr.'Gpss ,
and from
search'of which
in tbej! :pr'eious vesix'!l. 1 he com' giving you a synopsis might not do
mander 'though, neatly certain that the guns i'! which it bsuppo 'd will leid to the nsi nation them thct justice which,they d/serve, merely mir.u'.r,aid;: risers the bark, lt.tivi.-s and fruit, toj-if. pard the peace and a'.lj ht the;Iftwjl, ,

heard must' have been bb own .Oil the evening: of one or the other of them. I remarking en 7.asan/that Mr. Levy has acquir. exhausting the tree of:ts juice aad destroying it tie eitictiicut bur% long lime lo*.,flume* unht &''

of the ,accident'offered to send h largest boai.J r' ed for himself among his associates herea high to the runt Whole groves have been swept.It removed.? ; w ffv

well manned to accompany the tJpauish sclera The Armed Occupation ;Lavr. character as a statesman and a getleman. This i is understood that a similar..insect unce'ap. j. Vuu. '!;,CommlJtue,would therefore respe tfufrjr| '
But nlasf the schooner sail and i will bitter pill M the clique at urgsjupou! the General Government
uer. ; hafy no 11 The of the Hon. David proven petty to retaiq&r
:rould not start. .Twp, or three days'nl'rer theincennm i opponents Levy have home who attempted to unseat him. lid' will peered" :u.the Groves of the south;of Europe porib/ti tit its rnilita 'y lorco intaaJ'erritoryNturtcuutmuetheir
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\? left, ihe schooner having picked I ende avuriel lo give tbe idea, that be used, efforts i be sustained in his seat by men.of both par. nnd my desire is that you would do me the ''fu- operations until ihtj Country en;2.irel'

:.' patched up k>mc sails 'went out in starch in Congress tu prevent the passage ofthis;: law tire.MJIr.. vor to address circular lo the consuls and deploinitic f : freed. from the l'releuce of. ut'treacberoui"

of the. imaginary pirate; which b working so well, and 'Under'hicb': our i Rnr-epf Ken'.ncky.\Ir.King of Georgia agents ul! the EuroK.-ai where enemy; .' "
; ports
I Tefriior/is so rapidly becoming popula'ed.- and Mr. Stokely ofOhioalo deserve ibe thanks the orange cultivated for of I Your Committee! feel that'a tribute of; $rs0'.:
1heIJurJK''e as
;, I ,1 A MISER. The sketch of your pt"Ople.for the conspicious stand theytook tudeis| due lu Gen..or&.b..and the ,1Ji:era ao4
cf
following the debate .the
on final in di'fence, of Fiords during the debate.J. siTtairiiflgan accurate history! of this
.: I Believing that some account of Michael Bird I, pligiusajdpf soldiers:tinder hb -aiidfor their gallant, _
'.,' I ,(ot"Baer) who fately lived near Little York,4 passage of the bill, written by the correspondent Q. Adam Granger, and other northern. obtaining l any work that mat have beam conduct, j land. MidefUtigv ble efforts close' ihu

t I Pennsylvania, will, not be nnmtere&ting i" the of the Saatinah Georgian, -nnd repub- 'Whig abolitionists." were very violent in tbe oppcsitiou. published :ini I those Countries in respect to the unfortunate and I loug protracted war. They .

readers of tbe Repository send you the followiijftstatemeatuf t i Ii bed in the Herald, of the 15lb August. lost t tM : culture and I .diseases' of the orange. would:ibe bring to favorable coos ratioa Bf ,.

I : facts relative to that singu- nail tital to the COU'IllnI .'* I ', Among the opponents ti this law wax. I The insect it is the cotfiitry the prabeworthy and'patriotic conduciof1 -'
', I : ., thought was introduced with 1 thucilizeus of Jeffer *
ar'personage. I COST JUHJCSOS, of Maryland, who spoke loud m and Madison
,. : 'J.tr. B.'naor1bGcrman( extraction! His father Correspondence. the Sartf imai Georgian.WASHINGTON and long against it. He ,was most strenuous some plants! of Ihe Orauge imporf-d.from.Cb'ioa.1 Counties,,who under Col. \\.J.Uuivr! gallantly

: ''r" A of five hundred acres, July' 19.' I and informed I It would therefore probably be in the power of tou'kthe: Geld Ju August last,a ad successfully
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as we
are credibly
only permitted
: : the viciniiy of York with some farming and ,To day was devoted to she consideration" of : the Diplomatic agent recently appointed to that I rioted 11*enemy with slaughter, and drum
i l' .1 i jOusehold articles He. kept a tavern for a I Tcrrit'iriitl. bi/siucss, agreeably to n>ouiion.Th'o.bill ( .- the bill to pass, when his physical strength to obtain useful information him bit ;ll1t1 his fastnesses, thus ridding 3Jid.

J. amber of 'years-married u wife. and raised from the Senate, providing r.'I ib |he armed gave way and he could bold out no, longer. He country upon 'the dltlotd'a! of his depredatory incursions.

r a I. iur children. He itccumulated an immense I .oecupatiou of Florida. Was first taken I up sank in his seat completely exhausted. subject. Your Committee would alt take Ibis occasion a

I e state,.which be preserved so tenaciously that ,and I led to a long and very interesting debate.' =- ** A lit,'! they say travels the rounds while Please address me at Tallahassee! Flo. to fiprt>s their grateful appreciation of the ,
\ ie offered dollar for the education of Mr. Lavv explained in strong terms, the necessiiy i have
never a truth b pulling'Ora his hoots." Such seemto F the honor tn beRespy. livi-ly,inierest Toauifested by the. Chief. Macistratejot ".
'' of passing the bill. All the lands 10'tbe
I ,ub family. lle iras never known tu lay outoedcllaYincasb. I Your obedient 'the Republic in'the welfare of"the ;
I 'j' > > i, for,any article be might be territory Were now valueless and the effect of be the course DAVID LEVY'S opponents, mark servant J of Founds; and hb lauJable efforts to peiupic

I\ -' '.j ,I1,1I"aIitof.hejwould;' ,either do witbout it, or granting to actual settlers a quarter,section or out for themselves. Nut one charge have they v D. LECl.lion. and terminate the' anteliuralroiuconditNru ;'and",
who would barter with him more, would cause the immediate emigration of DAVUI.EB-iTEB,Sec.of State. .1 war
rind .
that 1
,' 'r some person made that has been substantiated ; not an argu.mrnt tru he will.continuejo extend to our cltu
he could sill\\ hundreds of families from our oil.s [well as '
i;4 fur something not coaveninently zensplI the, protection in.hb affwdto
I foreign coon ie3. This would tend to : against him, have they used,.that has the power,and
r. "t.: : tor money,: Ho farmed largely and ,kept a ncrease Rather .Ominous. emi. raitUMJcb facilities
as hasted the,
the value of such.land as was and remotest degree of plausibility.. Had: there may
r ; ''which he supplied entirely with unoccupied, EDITOR
*rge distillery, To
THE HEEALD. earlysi-ttlen of
OF THE our interesting and fertile'
t' < -. ib grain. ''He kept a team for the convey. the go1'emmenyould be the gainer in Abe end. been any thing'would itjiot have been sounded J '
own ierriwould I Your -
Instead of the ot individu.. SIR :-Enclosed I end an extract from letter idrjr. Committee in ntlclOii. :
improbability single a
1' ; j'I" whiskey and flour to Baltimore
: ; I,. f uice of bb ,j ,. with the loudest trumpet.they had to the remotest recommend th?adodlkm'of the foflowiogresulotions ,
r als (as bad been alleged(l ) pitching their; tents in received by me from
a gentleman
t i. : srbich when be could ;not sell for tone at a of the would of some ,
parts Territory The not :
; ; .: price to wit him be bartered for necessaries for the Choruses where the Indians were constantly' I considerable i influence, rending in l'iewnPl s-I'| RIs '
liid6itJe.Gormlor"nd
: lurking,settlement. would be formed by large have concealed it. Legislate.Coiracilifjthesrrrrilonf -.
/ In thb be amassed .
and$vem.
; H family way ville;; To us it is interesting because it "
is
1 in estate womb feat?kttadrrd.tkousandl dollllrl..J .- numbers at a time, and .in a short time_ there Friends, of DAVID LEVY listeD to no tales the' sentiment : That the President of thu..
''" r would be as much safety and protection extended of one who did no;gin his rote or exert'' 'United Stabs! be' retain "
4 Such teas his attachment lo money,that bo was against him. 'Nail them to the counter. Ill! I. respectfully requested to
:.J. ,. lever known to lend or credit a single dollar to to too citizen as afforded him! in ,any bear demand the Let j his influence, for the Hon. D.Levy at hh last 1 'in Florida such military force as may bet orccssarv .
:: .iuiy man. Upon the best mortgage or other security other srction of the Un ion. Mr.Levy then :pro you any charges ymrf. the Election. : to remove ubdae.such hostile bands ot .
ceeded tu.describe the situation of the lands truth pieyail. Let not his adversaries deceive ]Indiahsas yet remain i wiihin n< "W "
Iimite and
... : that could' be given, be would not lend '"Levy; in ': ; ,
< : which it to cbde to the settlers with of their balderdash. Be prospects this part of the Territory : 1 ketpAiri Uch the
t ;: ': 'cent. He never vested one dollar in any of the was proposed ,and yru, any watch. i posts as. sccnruy of the fron4
: 'w ,-ublic. funds. Neither would be keep the notes the utter impoeteibiUty of restoring peace and ful and you will're-elect! him triumphantly. are,Ihe best. There can be no doubt a-.j'; 'tier laments may require. ,. _
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d ':" : of any bank longer t than till be could-get them quiet to this bleeding Territory until the' pres., i bout an overwhelming majority the East for Rewired, That copy of.tba report and .'

*(- 'i changed.Hedeli&ed' bb specie,in*a largeiron ent orsomesimtlar, of protection was afforded FALSEHOOD No.,.The story of tbe Alagon the "Alien" Delegate. despite the enormous ]glob dus' he transmitted lo tte President of tbe,

t h"b ;'. chest,.nntil it ;would hold no mon, He by the Government. \ grant matter was falsehood No.l. The assertion)crimes he has committed by \ United Spates,tbeSccietaryof War and to Geri.
purchasing
t Mr.,King of Georgia, contended that would I Ta- 1Vnrth '
"2211 provided! a strong iron hooped barrel j J.KNOWLES ( .
s bathe last Sentinel of Mr.
'' ;', I I. ,-hkb.bealloftlled. After.bb death,hb strongboxes cost the Government more to support troops in Levy's opposition to |I rious'quarter sections arid sections I of land" !i \V h'ch'report was concurred in the resoluinasread

1T. \' *" \ }jwbosa bourn no traveller had 'e'eretvruedf' Florida,'and to pay surveyors, than; the value the occupation act is another whopper, as !I i in different parts of the East. 'the first time rule waived. ,read a second .

t I; .1/'I, yielded Mi ldreda. d thirty tkotaaadalter of the land in dispute. ''Mr K.also spoke of' the amusing as it b' false._The* Sentinel IS making,] .The people here are determined to show by and lairnd; adopted.. -

. ; f *,iq gold and ail.V,. iDaccessible motaweswhicb' covered' thai por* good issues for 'us. We will show at the ugh t'I their Vote at the next election in what contempt f'-. -- .
' : of hb death remarkable lion of the Territory,and said that b {rJwas not 1
'Toe cause was as as '
/ time that to Mr. L's' course we are they hold the A 9"-HT D C .The
entirely puerile and Jf -
d : the course of,bb life. A gentleman from Virjtiaa only valueless inritselfbut would serve to make despicable impositions *- Comet party Chat1engd t- .:

r offered him twelve dollars per bushel. for the rich lands in.the vicinity 'equally so; once indebted 1' for the passage of that important mea which arc attempted to be put upon them on the ,the Zodiacal.light party' to a publicdiscusswnjn -.

110. boBbete of dover seed; Ube would not make seuement'an4! we would hear no more sure. It b in fact one of the crowning successes .' eve of election. Faoeuil HalL. .

give ii for less lbo; thirteen dollars and they oflndisn. murders,. &c. The position' tf hb of his career as Delegate and the great "The crime of being a land-holder one to p.Y r: -- r ---
did not : Tbe aKed wot afterwards sentto own State required that some step should beput numbers of citizens r NQ.where is business i
agree. ; ,who have benefited by that which most of them so animated as in Wall
I Philadelphia where U sold for seven dollars, to this apparently interminable Florida.war. I plead'guilty.> This of
: r per b .sod brought in the whole, five bundred He shouldtherefore,support the bilL 'measure, fully understand to whom the credit very developmentwbllbncrease, Levy's popularitr J street,'upwards ot $79,000' changed hands dur.

J and fifty dollars lea than the Virginian Mr.lJabe ham took similar" views, in' regardto !b due. In the mea'ntimeifaoy our citizens were I Ii WHO, WOULD HOT PREFER a Delegate.trio ing the eek'prey Ous to 21st clt. Coafidence'

I! l.ml offered for it. I'On receiving an account, of the_m ttef. I x i in Washington during the pendency, of the t has a stable and enduring into rest .t v.THB I'in Public' Securities is increasing .
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SUCCESS .
t .
ibis ale.be walked through hb farm went to Messrs Stokely of Ohio, Holmes. of South question,. we should 'bo pleased to hear 1 '
from
.. lib dwlillery*and gave various directions to bb Carolina,Pope of Kentucky,and others made i ASD,PSOSf EBITY OF FiOEtDAl 'I The Babin ore MethodISt CoDferea h ex- '
I them as to the of Mr. L.
t people. He then went to bb wagon house and short speeches in favor'of immediate. settle) course upon the) 1 am Respectfully &c, pressed, 1.itself, lr against- the Independent'Order of -
ment. 1 occasion. Floridian 1
himself. (Belmtmt Rep. j AN
ELECTOR.
r .. banged c \ I i: t i Odd Fellows and other similar _associations. '

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AeIK'1 oC.WI.\coun, l'tIf ,W<-publish it theMr wi. 'b,s ern ,soleinqifyi' : znahoer'aiidfqWn: as" 1 .- t f
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selected assortment of.GROCERIES I I'I'.Hi9. I'f
follows Offer for sale a choice and well ,.consisting,of ; ; -4 -
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Sir+-Wtlt you permit stranger to address.jrou Chests-ah-1.half,.do extra fine Iiy wflTea. : "' *"?:; 'i t.t f1. :: :!if : <' : ;"' :4 : \ *
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aDd ol a point'of moment to reputation du do various : do n jBoxes &, if: < f \ \ \ I" : ? T| .
sack great your ,I Uo 'do.: ;di N. Orleans Do ., i qa.ililjes. -. I '. : ] ,. .:, .'! r' '
tbelr lenial comea fi om !+You will remember that some 'months Dbl double ri6 d Crushed, do, ( .. V 13 Ibs .each,.very fine. do' do"."";:1..' ",I.' .m iIPit1 1. l f"1 ,.t".1'I,.' : .r ". ..':,:..:,:, .. .\ 1 ;1 i I /
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a UDrIO'p 'lorutiqn, .since, vou solemnly 1 pledged:'yourself to head boxes ,do .. ,.do;' Loa do, vDo '. ; ,' : ,llo fllbs db QI. d 0..41." "'*' > .; i. : -:.::",,'. !." ', '. \ 1 t.'lf'.t' 1 '
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YL'ma,1t haw b< en reported by.some oltheTrksArof CaptairiTyler or'rftej' 'Now; sir, 'jpd must tic .treble. ...dur J I do./' .. ,., I II Chests extra GonpowcTer' do I''* *''.' IfW.a, (n. : fl. ._.:.f f.', -:".tJ'L: :; .: ,: : .. \ JJ 1.'
4 5' enc'li : 5'I
v Doze6 Ibs fine ,
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knowledge that
M jt tVVi: rd that tho peopledMatftioliCofinty heading!'the aforesaid jytnj (have n01..suecec4ed' in I Old Gonrament'.lna.. I I I Chee'J Imperial do '(Jj's v'i) .tt''' 5' r..n Captain -
hud tur led over'from Mr..Levy,, ; yet'despite I 1 "t 1 "" r
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and would. vpte for Ware Now this is nut true.. your promise, ,you still [!lice! .The, word to, a :.. IJodoLaa.1ra, '. I I. ".4 D.. do 'do tfdachuiig !L .do< 'Ir' ",', 111 I, j.' "I : \ I"

J kpotbij:' pre Madison county as'well I a! I then member don't of Congress Lshould be sacred. Why I, 3I&t.orCallia.. Do do Old, Cuba; 1. -, :t 'I ilTbe'nbove. teas have'been r cte4fcOmthera. "5 ..',c.t/ '' ; i ; :: Ni8liSvI: f: ;: ;: f.: ; ;; : ; : > 1\j ji !i .- '4 ,-5' '. i'Vt., 44
to do ; 1 .
DIE sir, as promised .
ndI1ow1 that Mr. will 1 you you lit ions 1 I
nj4j- Levy geta I mpor, '. ."i! ', I. jrful
if alternative* failedVe! for : Proriwions. i' 1 ij! I r, 1':1 I ,' ,, <, J : ,,
tbejother ? \
lu1.1l1e f, count') -a much larger votetbuiibePIal84l' pause Spiced ,; i ? ,, .' _
large-roil: Whole, half and : bbii. Extra Mew Fulton! ; L "J f 1 *. S ,-1!, .- -, ...i '- I T !! '
With duo r quarter : : -
T reply. pect. Fresh Mace "tt i :
ey.haye.. potion to Nutmegs.Clove.Cinnamoospac. :. '
: no Market Beet.- : f I &o i : ::: :' : f,: }1!:t'lr;':, h1 .
way..a faithful .p ablic servant,, who they.kpwtaidoke Now every body must see |'necessity" Mr. citJc-red .egar8., :. I '. 1ti'1j,1 ,, : '. :. t. :: : 'i: ,.
a [ Heynold Hams, I ; :.) ..sr4, ,. ,t h"I'f. .'.4"-t f"r ;\ i" ft,r
Bolts this 'and 'r' .
them'muh good service. for one considering irag'riously at Do' rendered lard,. I' Regalia and Principe.i i :1 .._'.ai'i .' :.' : '" '" ;7+, ".; ,, .' .

*btrlbeydon't&'know, rr uch, about. Mr., Levy Once. i 1Ve don't .care a fig for his political Superior imitation 'English'Cheese, :' I : W. I.Prcservesi! :HI",, /' i t ',:Tw', """ .; .', : >fI l.tl 1I'I .'

htti'dohe, well' for their interests-as much or sentiments but. whehta illan ;pledges: his .honor Whole bbU No 1 Nova Scotia Mackerel 'f t !' CasesfontainingGaavaJellyi' '. / .,\j'l"'r.; t : ;- <: ": I; P11!1 ,'\,- .'

mur tbab iiny other mair could do and the peoladiROn jo die. ,)he ought t:l to ,diet yeruJi in the attempt.Aurorp. .- H.lrdC I 'do do -' 'do' J" ? I J Limes. PineApple Citron. I ': .".. ..:'. "j .,:. ; ":" ." A. t I -

'DW $ i b1tt i re well !''satisfied to give Qnarter do dodo 'do I, i Orange, Ginger, Icacos., : .;..... .. ', \ ,I ",'1 ".",'" ".:.'" ':,'. .' ':, ; b .' I''I;,.: ''. f.
f linrrels No 1 do' Salmon, .' I 'I I. 1 I. : '., I II ,
Pre ed : '; : < $ :/ :. '
voles id h hers sery : "
bi J'liclr, flgnin, o good many ,. Codfinb Sounds andToncnea. I. .1 II j I I. .i. F" :" '": 1.'' 'A/: I i, 'k .
wbq? ai\1 't"OLe, for'him 'last time will: ,' vote flrhim.1Iiljuie. ) : MARINE ,JOURNAL -, SaUCelfeV .. ; I :, Fresh Salmon Canisters,i. i s.:. ',}S.} .'J'f'I f'. I ,' ;.(. :ll'";,1.. 1 4't"' ',t-r.. ;. .-- 1'i. : ;! :i:i '.t. ;

!They d n't throw away an old HkW Dib' Sra" .,J1J1 m3aI \\ abut Catsup, Mushroom do, ''I J I, Do Lobsters doSardines. ..' ',.' ; t !.", ._.".. .:. j, ,"' ,. 't.-.'<.. _,..e'-, '" '.', >..: .'fIj l'.j :I,''a z. :".,
,
.bard Un as long as it ,-.- I .' J. I"J flJ .h -1--. Z .
bruuiu: iu4h\o\ trs sweeps I -, John Sn?", 'Reading.flr, ;, : 1 : : ''S'' : : t ,H1tl j" :'
tI 5 "
\ CDn. j J >. !:1lcase.CoJljijlluPenor'rre.hJi inipbrledin | and 2i 1fr T" I II' :. :, ': :.,: : 1.*jrt .., I -5'O-
< t' ARant \ Anchovies,! PpperTo'uiatOv. > ; ' %':, ." '' Io.; ,. '' -I. -.' ; tJ7
,.? 'flefte'p.u this.iD'10 f-papertoc&rlhe peo. 5th. Schr. Chan. M. 4&Ipln"SealI, Savanuah, PicLIes, I j I ,canisters. '. "' t" -, ,, t J '' ." ,' .:{ :r : .t, 4'" J 1.. f'llIri i : t ..
I
iowtht 'in ,Madison.' I t I i 'i !,1 :: ,. .. .. ,. : ', L ,1.
people
J' ) go t'i. '- "
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l"P16JJIt.tOW Sundries. j" '
Jo'dikefo\ 'tbefcestorw* to be told,.arid that [Cbjs C. M.T, arrived'off; ) the bar on SaniJay'jas'l.but Hull "fiallon, tnd qoart.,Gh.r iu., : ; i 0 .' .. : ...; :": ., : 'J. _' / ,:. !i':1: -' I
Mixed U'alcut, CualiEoweti AUnxoea.Ouiuni, Fresh TarkoyFigs whole half and .
w. s presented from coming itcowinE to the boiiterous 1 qr boxes soap I : > ,, ''' : :
; : : :: 'J' : : : :\
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haye responsible: authority for what Olives MuiUrd, Cayenne. ISpermOdBpermCaodle.&c. < ,' .,, .. I .. : ,., :. .
J": ''lJ.ft) elate of the weather Ceuer. I -il.. : '., r". .
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: $ attmetathiscummunicaiitn. ]i; ',- 'L I .". : ; "' "' ) ,. r;; .; ': .. "i' .
J
t ) .ll'lIt'my )S. L. FLETCHER, 5th. Schr. Walter M. Hitchcock.f Savannah. Ah10 general) assortment of choice Wines and qO fa of Direct }importation With .many otbVr"- : ; I ; .' ',: : r. ''f<". ? "-, i -' '.' .. ; .:> ,- ;

__ ._ -.1. I .- '"! *- Red Jacket, Ja; Wilmington,' N. C. article*.too numerous to mention. Toe above stock of\i Groceries was selected by bu" ef the firm l In'.the ,' :. I ,'>. -. ''Y ;,;!' .: if. :4I: f_>, r ___ _-. _
New Y ok.u.rket, andean be recoDitoended! with confidence ; and will!I be disposed of to suit the' .time at, .-i." ,.tj': .
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FAN VVe take from 6th. Steamer Charleston.iBanleD! KeV lr; trade and (. I lIlt .
rAIfALLEr.ED utERiso.- i relllletI prices. We sslicittbe attention of the ,{ private! <, iJ.le' Feb 1} .. -: : .
:..$ t ,. l _
:
7th. ; : "
Sellr Marie alriulore. .. '
) .twell, : .
Cimuordiu Inteliige' cer, the following factsy r _ I I S.- ; 1

l' relative lo ibe disc \'e of a! piece of finaii. WENT TO SEA. Public ,Notice. Election Notice. : '_ ,.. .' ,,

steal in, :, "h.cb throws every 7111,1 Sten/ncr Cliatle4tonl'Bardin: Savannah. NOTICE Id HEHEBY : ,: .
received Ui4t the That '
.
information has been
WHK'RKAI. tU.VF.N. ;
:' thing'pi IhVkind( \ in M 1cieTjiig.orrougn ;SSiI'PI.in' the shndeit .- 8th Sch. Charles M. Thompson, Indian River. PUBLIC: beheld at the several pr.cincu the .; .. ; ,, :- :: r *** "* .

'nru>nrMtVia't l ihft' Chi '1\8' bank of 'Louisiana Scti. Walter: M. Hitchcock, St. Johns River. Sman, Pox H prevaliog tn .an alarming extent ,:acI County of St.:Johns, on Monday the first day of May I. : .4- "', :'h.'J;> :: ;'?.,-;? -- :?< Y\\ ;. .

,,wcd.800JKO interest otfSuto bonds in France. I (fbart _ton. in South' Carolina aud also in may: next for the Elecijim of a Delegate to Cangress 'from I \ .-' ., i::" ', .:. : : '.f. '.

Fur the laudable purpose of meeting this debt, ORDiNANCE to i prohibit tne firing other places ; ,,and whereas the Antfcoriiies deem 11$ the lernlory Florida, to wit : : \ 'V. ;_ ,,.':." .. ;: .:... . t :;,' ,. .

ihe Board nf(, Director some t'ime in Juno last efl I their duty to prevent the introduction of such m :Jig! AtSt, "'IIt..-At the Court House. 'f asjc-"Ill I .. -' .. 1

oppointudituroe; of its, numbers a. committee, Guns[or other fire arms, Squibs, Crackers, .nant disease within: the limits of ibis City, it is therefore .; tort, Joseph d..S"nchzI"'nallci.L.DitQ.1'JUI" ad ,

tu provide the wuys, andi i means. On the 17Utay other' combustible and inflammable instrumentsand I IJuln leYI. "qr.. ". r ,. .'-,,'., ,.>.,; .. _:. .....,,,.: <.,, ':,, - S ; '
I -I. "
f June1, *,'tbis 'committee- consisting of L. materials( within the limits of St. Augus. \ At Wuterford, North.RrerAtthe basofEJwin I '( f ,1 ;: .;' j .
ofthe .,
Aldermen j ; :
the / ; :
Rctohed, by Mayor..and Jenckes, F.MJ. li&s.pceturs.Edwii'l'.Jenckegob. : "."
Millaudort! Uriin Bouti 01'and W. C. C. CJnlborntl 0' ,
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ejterpd) Tnt 'sicn tract with ono Henry tine. City '?f St. Avgittline, in Council assembled, ert..MicklerandSaml. H. Williams, t.Qr.'f. .. 'f '' 5, :" fl., I., .' :..;... ." '... -

Philiippn furnish It.\ ith hisibill: Havre at 8ecj 1Be OrdaUerl II, rAe Mayor end.tldef'mtflj _That from and atter the passage of. this Resolution At Picolata.-Al the House of J, L..WjlHans EH.B.lutpcfort r !- I ', j .:: .. .' ; ,_ ..'.'

iui on commit. IAs CitD/. Augngtinein, Council it shall not bo lawful for any person or JobnL. Williams, John C. .Smith ,and1Georff I 'J.;.:' .\ :. l :. ; \ c ,,,
fouf'inonihis, !for $90.000 for which the from and after' the passage <>f ibis Ordinance, it shall I from the city of Charleston, or A f.n\aa\ /t d t tAt r 'j. ; ;}:' .<. ; -.

tee was the 'place at the disposal ot. said Phi lip., not b,! lawful for any [itrnoti or perrons to discharge from persons coming other place where the Small Pox li8 i Palatka.-At the Home of A. :HelLtsq. Itputort *- .. I I ... ..f -, ., 1-, 'k. j, .

oOt" 515OO(1( ( of ihe no|e4 uf the bank to bo or fir off' any gnu ,or guus. or other fire.arms.within 'alult ny J enter ia whatever, the James B. Cole, Charles, 11. Hill and ,Lake '- 13 '.' _."- '' -i_ ;. .
to ,
-' old by him!nt such prices and at such times as the chartered limits of said City ; and any person or pre any way 'such Johns. If ;:/,.,' .
unless
the bank. the qf this Ordinance limits of ,she city of St. Augustine, Polls to 9 o'clock A. M. *.": '. c i''k ',
lie might dpm proper, crediting by persnus violating provisions open at and, close at 5. ; V'I : : : '
full Fifteen
least days
1. the proceed**!" the alp t,after deducting n com. hall be subject to a fine.I of FIVJ Oull.". to be re. person or persons be at clock, P.M. -. teIr ". ; : 4
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before the absent from said city ot Charleston or :from : 1
ieovcred RInyor. .
:! cnlstiotinf'five'per cent for his trouble. On the I E. B. 'JOULD.. '
1tb June, Philiipon fui aisbi'd his bill fur the. Seer 2. Jle furtJitr Ordained ly the authority .I any other, place where the Small Pox is preva. Judge of the County. Court 5' ',. :' .. .: : ,

nnd the committee' placed in his afortsn'uf, That it any perm or person ahall.within lent ; and further be, at the expiration of ,the ------ 1 ', .; .. ., : 7..
,*um specified( the AR U chartered limits, tir$.ditCIJluga ur let off, any said Fifteen dais entirely free from said, dis. EXTRACTS' a I i .: S --s-'_ : .: "; ; \ ,- \ '
of oft :, >
I hand th.27tb. the sun $200,000 Iie '
, mi I '
Cruckrrs other or itiflamiua .. \ <. ;. \ .
Squibs or fuubullble Ft"DlJI"-fdtDlI..lldtMlncral ."
ease. acusowsafurcsia 0
1' ,
: thw23d' December \
to ; .
.tht.buiic. Up ; _
notes.qt tie niattera., each person or person* shall be subject Resolted afro ly the authority aforcaid That relation to EUaionr, a frond 44 .Aferejt, IKfit .; .' : :': \" '_ d ,s.'{ ,
bank named account of Ie ; "l ) I : '. '
r the re, withoutany to a fie of Five Dollars lobe recovered befure the or violating the hove Resolutlon mbeet.. 1. Best enacted j tkt Governor, and .L eni&> <,, : : "j .
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any person persons .
accomidating Incividual Mr. f. I .
doings of iUii live '
:' Oa that.day he hoc..3. Be .Ordained, 6 As" authority ,shall be tined to the sum of Fifty dollars, Coudo/tA. Territory Florida. That erery .< > .'': ,. -. I1 :; fI' '
Philliptiiinn zhe.pmei. farther jr afort- white ltlepttr'oDorthealeorl l cod, ., ;:, t 1 ; r ;1 ':
,lh and wonderful Hint if minor shall violate the provisions to be recovered belorc the Mayor and hall, in yera op I I I ..:.. .: : :. :
presented .'birrwelf at (i bank I .t, [ any I ward, and who shall be I.t the time of offering : ; .; :;
&relotHr returned, 837,4J5 of tho notes of t the f thib Ordinance tine herein imjui!,ed :rhall be addition be expelled from.the limits of the city t Yore a citizen of the United States and who shall\9 [' I' ." : ":1 ; ,<,'_ .

rpd if f the giudnn; of aid nimbi.ec. of St. Augustine,, ; have ; I '. -
bonkundhanded: wine r1)rnndum, trom which fecnv) I parent or i residedor bad'hi. habitation donikil.home and s \ _
4. OiilfuTtkur Ordained, That if ,% Slue COUNCIL Roox ) 'ef ; '. ':: ,: ., -'
ny place ,,
it appeared) | had sold Sl65,505) of the not *,1 mslleo1'abod.einthf''l riat Florida ., \
shall iiolata the of lhi (Ordinance thb flues 1843. < > .; : -. ; :" ..
a-&icb1k'id netted the PI m 'ot 98,75G' cents provisions St. Augustine, 80h March lor one year next preceding election) of Delecata ., : r'i. ,:. t -
| shall I recovered of the Master I .' ; d' I
1 hetftio imposed \ or ABRAHAM DUPONT Mayor* to Congress..shall. entitled to vote at place I ; 1";:' ''.
baLtoce hvindss according I isc1'LMcti'u any or =
inhjs
ieaVjng a : ) i,Mitrk.s, or per.ui> havinjvtharg of such lave. Attest: P. B. DOMJLS CI6rkof the Council.Tnccination. .' precinct wiUim.the Territory for Delegate to Uongess. '. : : ;- .' ; r !j: '. ',' \ .,
56 cents ; : ", .
of .ihu conirnct', )f $4. 44 i Set. 5. lie furtlxrtJrdained.'nvu. iuh..tI be !law. : ; :.i '_' : : (":., .p

, apx '.. He then stated ihnl; h; paid! over to) L.''I ful, far .ny person to nuke complaint of any viola.Jlanjjf Sec. 4. B: *er.dtIl'n1atwhe I .. .,',, <, ,' ".. -..'-: ":'. ..-J > I'4
per
Millaudon the ,rnof 8 t which? wa!i ![ and that it ohall bt the any '' -; ;' t' "'_1.tti.hli ,-
1 fOOQ, lihia Pidinancfl special --r-Q'pjpg |, MjfBEBVTiCtVjiM.-i. rlaim-, a1ki t.I.. ...an,uu.. '.Cl.. k.-,. --- .- ''' (!j/ ; + .k" .
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.IM Hrr mTtied.tn l'rouce for the 'purpose J utyTf 1n City MaTsliferto iVwIirsTraTr-u'acir >i ry i .1 i 1. : 'ir .'i J' ;r3'1. ', 1Ii-, ''. -
naturjazedcitrentt :
s 'I I ICII' JXperson: without distinction thai .Doctor! |8. lug R ban be the doty of I ha i iD. j ': j -, ..
ri of Ihe drafi which had i,. of thc elections ;Art', '.: ., '. >:." ,.. '
Jf'pay ing portion jirij' ..*jhenfompcianttied. wiln specters to, require i his certificate ofuaturalrzatiou t .. : .
the'tiiran' '''ftme'.becn protested, This amount, 6. Be i it 1. .kr Ordained That nothinj' >>reic F. JONES will .attend nl: the Council Ro >tn: ;on to be exhibited or.certificate copy ef j '. ,:.,)".:;,'.?j .;: .: ,. ', :, .,.. '.: ;:.:\ .
Monday next the 10th.day April from 10 to,12 --.i ,;tc.: : .'S'., : ".'.''T;, ,
Mithindon rieoarse, i over 'einittcd.Tbirty.14htt contained shall hero cotjmued as to prevent the the same, and no officer loldler..m.a. br'marioe. t o.w.' J: i&, ;..,: '! ,
thousand more Ph llipbn hnd sent ton third fthaoijnfflf, guns along:' tile' margins of the St. Sebd o'clock in the forenoon' and from 2 to 5 o'clockin Of. I : '':I' .;:.>. :,f-\-): ':' :<-i:; ". ''.;'1\: '. tIIlthlfClnlarartn1ornahoftb6Unltedlitatel \., ; : __
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veriia., wU9 natno he j did not tell to be up.Uc41bQ j tian itivtr.and the U. 6., Troops or Militia of the t afternoor, and continue his nttcndunc lat or the revenue caller Mrvice. shall be entitled' to vole i I L .I I :: )1: .'..t-'If.;; ::,J(':.',. '.n" :+"..: '.. } ..':.O. '.. ." .,.: '.. _'.Ij \,

11).1 which will share the Territory from filing'' their arms while io the di. the same hours from day to day, (Sundays I excepted at any election in this Territory. : ---- -' ; 3 .

p eamo, ,1 cbarge! of their ma'itarydtzties! ; and that ,whenever ) for.the express purpose of vaccinating, Sec. 5. Bitf.rtker enacted That it 'shall be the I. ". .

. m3e.A1e-gftheLIwL, t givenMillaudonandthat hands < in the opinfoa of the ,Mayor the; fiiing.off. or di. freenf charges all''those who will present them i iluty of the inspectors of'every election,' Within; ten ,f'_ .' :' : '. .. : -. .' I 1 ,
the balance of the iu his ] .. "
was ;
money fire-arm bv shall day* after snch election ": : .,
charging any gr.n or any perron set"ea. to sign and deposit,in the 1
.
or,"111 Jplain English, .Pbillipoti" ucknowl- connidcred the fbreoin !penalty shall I office ofthe clerk of the f.F': ; < : t io- ., .
be -
necessary : By order of the City Council.P. ,county court of the county iu I I ,. : :! i
edges'himself in debt la the bnnk for it. I IThisltt notl[4 incurred, B.' DUMAS'Clerk'of the Council.St. which sad; election is held, the'poll.kook or.ad'eJe ; ,' 1:i_. "_, :"". ,. r

the'history this financial trnnnac- ] b>r. 7. Be It further: Ordained That all Ordinances :. Auennino 3i l. April, 1343 tion; and the said inspector shall within 20day aft I # .'#' ., ., :::.: .' ":;::. ;

iron by Wbjch the managers of tho Citizens ( h"retjtfore paused, prohibiting the firing of Gina, !r the flection make a certificate of tbe'ret tt .thereof A :. \)': ,' ,to'i S "

1nkhav&siffcred Mrj' Henry PhiUipon, andiLqiircam j I'i"tll! i, $qnibii, Crackers and other ronibustible and : ,W. J\L. .IVES, 'i and transmit the same in triplicate to the' Cover .1- : : c. : = > L

t.iIIudonto'wIncllu\ that institution'out .iufliniiiiaole instruments and materials within cer nor of this Territory by the first mail thereafter ofotherwise. I ; ;. : r ". I
tHinf.iniits of the cf St. be. said era ATTORNEY, AND COUNSELLOR LAW : t : : f .
Augustine '
City t.'c' .
which -
'' of 810; 505, for they have no secu. 11 ,' : ._ 1
&c. 'to
6
Be
hereby repealed. .8:. Augustine, Flo.WILL il/-"Aer-e.t.W. That the PollBooksor ,
I of H ,
name '
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rl'l'huwver. tm-ptUin Irresponsible ) .
: t' .
Jbusuid Mr, PfiiUipiuvt bill not having, .been r P.Led the 10th, day of April. 1i3.l ; practice illb\ several) Courts of ,the the raid election st> deposited in the Cork's office, ,. "o-;'. .' ; . ". '; > :. ::. :_ _
shall be him ; ? ; .> : .
t'vbu.Aceepjied f ; and heia i doubtless. one of those \ ABRAHAM DUPONT.. Mayor. District of Florida. Any bnsiness IhalhnrDi.bcopie! by "afeIy' kept as public tI..n. he) g f i ;" :4;'.'- ... '. ; .
entrusted to hi* care will be'promltlv attended't.April3 thereof any perron desiriof them I : ; .7
wanderingcosmopolitan* financiers that ,does Attest, : P. D, DUMAS. 0. .C, upon payment oftiis legal, fee. ]t.1 .,.- -r". : ':: : '. _. '; "

I .oc townttchirton his back. f : ; ; .''.. .,' '. =, .

, 1Tnmg :OPJicr' .'ereR' ing items contained!: inot 1 CITV COUNCIL ROOM, ) Notice. IVOTIGE.SIX '. '. .:;, -' ': .. .. i. '
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I April 10. 1S43.p < I; .' ; 1
threprt 'of tho ilttrd managers wo find virtue of order granted Honorable Weeks after( date.: .1 will UM ,. : f:":'" ''"'. .':" :
an by the apply to Judge f'.J I I' .. '
the Minutes. f
[Extract from ] : ; .
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t.hrlw :
Ithe Perrault BY /
i Mr. c
d falcatbunksold (in of stay Conrt of : ": : <
L. of tbo Court County Alachoa "1 C Mtert 7'. '
Doggett. Judge r
County county
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laws be l' '
IDERED, Thai Quarantine .
T .
Cf'C iJ..B57Z55.) LM: I sale of notes of the O in force all vessels ot tiuval Comity, 1 will sell at Public Auction in ofAdmirnairatonon the estate of James ..Li; Town.t' .> H.' I. ._ : < ;'-' -., "::" ,<'
by her to 'pu r:special deposites used and are hereby put on front of the Conrt H"nse in the towu of JackKOuyjIle.1 send of said countydec. !q ri > .. I '." .. : : :<.:: ; '

I.y her $31,2t31 ) J.Ps.i )} the release of Messrs.Livrdi COrP; ng from Charleston, or any other place on the 21th day ofAprtl"at 12 M. all that' Tract or / JOUIU TOWNaEND'i: ; 1'.S. >i..I"' ;i" '-.-''-. :' ', ,:. ....,. 't ;'i ''. .:".:':';:: _

,from ,their lia. )Uity, cm .a debt due the : whe e the Small, Pox is prev lenl. Lnnd belonging to the Cstile' of the) late John Cbricli I CountyJan.5th 1843, s. 'i.. .. '"..+t .; :. .,' < ,'''., '"'ff-'f. ;: t..I... I. .:.tAr.choa ,

banki 890,000. j P. B. DUMAS Clerk of Council. Ion, Inewu! Ly the name of Chricbton's Iiiaud.! o.. 'the ::' : .,, p "I ': : ir> :" < .4. ,'J
Wet nide.of; the bu John's River, and mouth ofUockur'i : > : : : : ...' : "4
I, : it will b1 recollected hat the state of Lou isi- FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C, Lake, for the'benefit of the HeiN' and NOTICE. .f .'.tt;, .. ., ". t. "_ .,' .' .., ,.,;,; } .
ii forihe' of this bank to theof : ,
boupd M I >ck : .'. ;' ..,. )
Schr. RED JACKET, JABVIS Master Creditors. I 1IX\VEEKSllierdate.lshaU.pplytnlh.HOft" : \ : : : : +
amount ( "' : ":<' ; ; :; I _
dollar and that '
II len'tmllionsrbpi'rtjr *, ,the all fur the above A W. CRICHTON. Adm' Judge of ihe County Court of St, John's for '' .L ; :: : : : :--T L
liable the al will sail in ncM week,, let..i< : :,: .> .. : t ,
cif'her Is for or .
4 ) cltizenfI re.4mpytipfibebnnds ''e1'8 the Estate :.' ;
p For Mandarin. March 22. 1843. riinill"rio"j'0'i THOMAS ; ; :
1
Freight orPussage. having I
i
4smed for tho snme and "port. rpwan '.. I ; i'S.[ ; : .. .; '" "
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I HleO'1il county, d tc. ; /. : ,, : \ : ',: i
conscqucnjly; tilt ,fhese eficiRncies will have! toaha superior. accommodation-b.E.CARLt&CO'Afril *; npply to "St. Augustine, A ". COL.. I .i. '.:' 1 '_:".., :" ,. ., '->. .e: .'.M'tf..;. ,.- '.
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b wrung from \tba'p plJerly] holders! nnd fa NOV taJ; t'lt: U, 1842.M. Palatka_F.. F.Feh. I ' ." ,'; ). ., ,'-;
'" '< "i .
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10. _- _ _ _ _ ;
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will S : .
that th it-U they DOR.MAN is amhorined .
pll'er..or ; state provided; Eq. to act u my S, : .S- '
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submit to it,. by tlju, tax gatherer. Sale or the ,United States Pro- O S attorney and agent and to receive all debts due Bond's .: /(: -,;: :' -..' %- ;;' 's.r r:., S ,
.
j" me and receipt for .iha PERMANENTIPOC '- I.I '." ..< ,. -
pert. same.WM.B. ; : '- "" t. .
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MACLEAN.N. t''C: : h
'&4'' 'Effects !fl r ft 'F fling :rfcH.-A bout 4 o'- JA termination of the operation in Florida. .'B All those indebted to Mr. Maclean, >' re requested T "E Original! invention requjrineniKlc! i' : .:' 1J: : ;'.' ', : ; .. I d'. ." .I' >7 :..: "' l.

on friilhyfiri6rnirig.' 17th .ult tbe'ga hln wall of I.B sold tit PublicSnle at.PALA'rKA E. make iramed'ate' payment to the sub rntiontormakln"LiDIJ.Sdk..or.Cot lt, t .: : 1"
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M I large brick, bui ling. : corner 'of Carlisle andVaihngtn WILL on Friday the J4lhf April 1443; various' beror tlieu accocnts.wili put in train fur collection, with a common_ Pcu, logethar/with/ .a wfety of* :y ?. .: .. : .'.' : ." ,<

, \ ; strcts r ,. Y. tell ppon u small article belonging to ,the Quarter Aluu r'. Depart. bylaw O.M.: DORM AN.; other inks for sale by :"'I. ;' \ : ,>< '
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bouse IAdJuuing; and CMnpl<{tely crushed in Jhrf.luf tnent;, viz : ''B. E''ARD,.C. 0. oj" : ;" .' ". '".. .I' .. "

'..Jt'wasi occupied by a Mr.'Walker, and About.4uor more excellent MULES, well broke tontrnes Law ,Notice. ""_ ',-: -i ,' ,::.' ". :'. :. '.: :.: :: ..> '. _

lie'& bit wife nnd'three ciildren aged bout nine *. '. SUBSCRIBERS have formed a co-part- REGULAR. :. I ; :. .." \\ '. . .'..1.' ,
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About 15 HOISTS. THE in the profession of Law, and will CHARLESTON'AND ; ..11 .: .: <' ? :. :: :, '' :, f
five nnd three years oh were, iu bed. Directly or lore prate AAIXT .A.OOt1I1'IXE TZCXZ? ,I,' ',<: _. ,. '. ; ;\ j.
8 JIO WAGONS or more. In several Courts of the Eastern' _. : '.: /"; JBTEPHENAE'I'DAN :"
. aller'th 'si cden' 'occlireldislrici urred, Capt. .Scott of the or i.re i the Superior E8" t-, : '. ;' cundersignid : '; ; i, ., ,:, '
rrd, the.alarm thelUght'a rtunjlry.teu of( WAGON HARNESS. Dutrict of Florida. to .wit, in the counties :of'Sr, The take pleasuie :Whfdrn. :i:.::: ;: ',",'f' P ";< :.: .': _' : .'' .
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Toou of several kinds and othsr ariieles suitable for Duvul. ; : ) .. .3\' '
\ lohn'n Musquito Nassau Alachua. llil'sbooiih. fa inlbe cHiuns, of Saint Angustioe 'aod'the ,' >' : ;" ;: 1
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i ,) ,arlnerzi&c. and Cal imbia, and in the CounT! Couats, : .jblic ': ; f'.;' ". .. : S : '" .
gcntiaHthat t be has 1 .,:' ,
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1iacL1, house 16 clear) I e'ruioS A fter i il'cffl'c.Iually Cf Term of sale Cash. Specie or iu equivalent, Alachua and Columbia. Letters or 'I \ ak\. t. : ,
of rft. John's up' the abovevenel iu a .aperwr maiinerror; 'the I ::1> : : ;.;::-45': ,. :" ., '!, _
endeavoring to 'einio'; the building by TUOd F HUNT biuiniM. should be directed to Wn A. Forward4] St. accnnjmodation of Passenger;
: t1ft4dpr/ ) 1lwj'weru j' ,A(forttd toremoy th? fallen "Lt. Col. & D'y Ql\1 '.cla'i.. Augustioe, or Lnu'u Aldrich NawnanivilJe 'or to lormer conventencm eztensive, and airy : f. I .: :': ',:. ', : f.." .I ; 7 ;..
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rutJ\iis11\ from thlojicjf| the building(and enter St, Aiisufliue. March. 1843. Forward and Aldrich either place. Business''con- deck.w.tb.t.tttroom. ; and hopes b> strict attention i. 1)I i.. .,..,,.:.' ', ; .. : ) {t-",

irl tfn.'wrlj." They) (dolt o ut-thechililreni: two '- I ,ItAt4t(1'.ithPrwitl receive the., attention of both.. o his business, to receive snHj share ; < :. ,. ".,' "
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of them but sligbjily hurt, and the oldest a:girl ] Administrators Notice. --D-e b.btJ8-W; l '** -. 0. :' _.':". ;'' ., -" : :,." Jatrolla.a.hl.mern..bal1d..tteryas. \

with bro Walker of order from the of Ibet WILLIAM A. FORWARD iffti iht.andl'P&l.Dfeflt., f ; .. ; : : ..
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one t frer.lcg en. vra. was, Npnruance an judge a on as; reasonahJo :. .j.
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.killed it i is suppwlcd, i instantly. Her body was I eonnty court of A laehua County 1 will expose LOUIS ALURICII. erms as ly any other vessel. '' "j" 'r;7 <.;:' i '" t ; '. .; '' : *'1.. : ; : .; ,

close to the wall'her' cad crused by a large at. i', b''ie Auction before the ;court bonne in New. N. B. F. & A. will also act as aguntu (lor such' as 'Jan.2. IWl-f O't ., 'W. P,ROSE I j'. .'<. .:;fI.t'L; ':, "
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de.iretbeir..enirel)1 in the purchasing and sell .. JII' ,
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uaiHvile Alachua County Saturday the 15th day ay '
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upon next between thehours] of 10 and2 of that' nj of lands in East Florida. l. flaterIa1sforflid1dgi I : ; ., S :'
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Mr. Walker\ also was leverely but not daj> :. I! : .
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Estate James Mal tin of said County 14 .. : < .g.
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consisting ofy town lots No. au t < '
bide walls of the bin caused the deceased Estray. I ; 4 :'..: l' .._. i'I
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half of of the of the :;;.
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accident weri1aelyl: ispected .to town or Ne"\.ltun'llIe. NOTICE 5000 Bricks. i I : '. : > < ,_ ., : "-, ,
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be down and I : hath returned tome as'; to.| .-- -. ,. . ..t.. I i..1'f'h'--l.' "' : .. r ,
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defectv&ahdwerpabj! (>ut to takeji 1.' rIO_ of sale cash JOS.J. KNIG HT.wriansville 8000 8h1 D"._ .', 'I' 11'0\ 5 ". I ". .'. ; .._ ,
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him the 27th of last r': .' \ ".tt' I .
their with To Feb.14lb 1843. Adam.EAVTIOi. led before on day February loooof08t.. IAlDber I 1 ; '_ J.'' : .
places supplied uqw onr .oN '. f t' j'J'. '., ,.Jp. :, :. ,. .: .'
accomplish''tkitytfie'Gratters were taken out at Picolata an estray horse of a brown black. 55ke.audDaill. ; ":11' r. .. ." .. I L/A. 1 "> '. .'_" .::".,. .'', ,,'ii;" ._ ", '..: .. _';. .' .
color with a whito star on the forehead and 'a 500 Pounds j 100' I" .. '"' ''. ; .' : .,.'." ...... '
.eSit'tclnt. and IlJ ple4e of the' gable wall cut ; sheet lead. f ta <- .h: JJ '.i, 1' L : '' r,.-. '' '""S .' < "" ,
i nereby warned Iaiu..tt white snip on the nose marked with saddle and .;W kags White Lead ,. ; '.' .\tJ, ; "': 1". : .. .
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.I iorMet "new roof. The rpmainderlrt : upon the tract of land called, GOMEZ : harness, believed to be 9prlOyear.old.-: 1 aboiestin .. :. .' J ., ". ., .{ 'c'r" : '
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!bf\ tab J. .tt being' kit without support. bLAD.**.'JofiticR tLAiD.fld .ioinetims "'Ho'canoii'tIM.ASD. 1'he owner of tho above described Horse1' u 39 Boxes aic1ai| I I.I :. : 1J A : *, >$&mf,;; : j 1 ; ; ;;*..; e )_, : '' '". .0",
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prove :
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wuunILepxeslst: \, U tremendous, strength pay 2 bbl. Coal j ; ,}": : I .' .
h the atiu"ctexunt any one so offending.The date it will Tar. .t t : '.; ;' ,'; 'i ; : .< .
4WLD4.ii,1. two Dntbsrrorn ;, qr thereafter be,' j l'ri'-I"\'i. .: f.:.. .. .. C' ,
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Mi 'V: fia .0 Saperior Court for tbe rOeal'1lnllll. Hails t ,'GeneYi Floria. bme'due aa .
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i: .- DISTRICT OF EASTv'FLORlJJA. .% States iibe'; lit of July, 1843: ,to.the 30th town, to Pen..cnJ.K: Dliu and back, Ihre t ; 'I" ou rut 8Va .
4Jit'the ea/totheieutableuessoftheproFestJ.
: "I l a t"Jone,1d47, ineluiivei in Florida. will be receivedof a week
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I I the Contract office of the Post Office( Department, Leave Bajubridge eyeiy Monday, Thursday o .

: .'. declandr:lJ.-.nb'.pt.t .J in the'city of Washington until! o'clock. P AI of the Saturday,at 5 a in, arrive Pensacola every Wed, appoint a third/ .nd their decision saaH be,

t. .: I + 1 PURSUANT to a r order of] the Superior ,12th day of April,,1813, ((10 be decided by theht, day ae.da'y, 8a'turdsyaadMoniayby' the (PCu'Dv> !r Generalwilt name t umpireIhe'underbidder
: ;" ., : '; D-strictof East Florida..' NOTICE fail
.+':., '' ,. of May) 04 the routes and iu the mangier and time.' Leave:PeD. coa erery:Moiiday, Wednesday,and I to comlli. bs bi''ii'to't
.. is hereby given, that too bearing i oft. .Petition ol the contractor.but .b
at Bainbridge
J : herein specified vix: Saturday, at 7 a m. .
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j. :.-. V 4. $*'& .'r aid H..r1. Uadseyof 'Tampa Bay ntbe I 'Codntr I I day Friday, and Monday, by 7pm Ieredae'.1 will b accepted unconditionally The .

;i ,:., .:: '" .. of UiltabecwttgB, for his discbarge and certificate, will for four horse coach service will be ado, five ear.noice.orh.intention. te takatheaocl w

.' take place on tbe 24T. erAra'o.. next.*t.at,10> o' FL iRiDA. Prop.a ..roasoda;vigil Mtt&serit'eontractor

54? ,i'' .... clock A Mt at the Chambers of the'Hon. Isaac II.Brevson. 3501 Front Augustine b' Jacksonville', Kirk- This route is not to be let to coach service if No. i is' to determine on the fltl/

+ i I X\' Judge.&i. stage Court'Kooin., in the city la ud's, to St..tit..Mary-Ga.,9, and baclttwidea. 3518 is so let .. ionrtbltherbeaillwllitotoot.. .. ......"

i I. ... : of St. Augustine* E.. F. and thai all p.among interested week. in two-horse coaches Jacksonville.. .,3o&0 From. Marianha, ,Oy; bear lock V. SpringamptUtoDa 14..A bid receded after tithe, to wttlhe'13th. 1

t. .,. f" :. ntay skew cause V.any they have, before'said Court Leave St. Augustine every Toecday and Saturday Geneva, Ga., Dalo c'h; 80 miles next at 3 p m. or,without the guaranty ''",.".f

,- i ;) ri r.:1 At at that time, wh 'the said Henry p lodic, yshould at 12 tn, arrive at St. AJ ''...Thursday' and Monday a week t lawyer that cbmbmee, several rrate in ..

\. "ft.: ', :.\ "t-. & net receive bis discharge and certificate e u a ,Bank by 10 am. ? > : Maria-ma every Monday" at 6 a m', arrive at' compensation; cannot be considered j ift *' .

11)'('.'. r ,'.,. '\* rapt. i Leave St Mary's every"Thursday and Monde at Laye next day by;6 p in. wit ha' regular propoMl not adjudged tobe; .
0141 St.Augustine, thin 33d day ofjanuiry '12 in. arrive at St. Augustine Saturday and Wed.aeday 3521 From Marriana by Holmes' Uchee gant. &\. .
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w -'t. 1843. t I by a m.PropotiaU Anna,61 miles and back, once a 15. bidder may offer'oncoae'bruUread er

i ''is' : Aid BiAk{'i farther given that GoK.\" Fairbanks' I for service once week will be considered Leave Mariaiiua everyFriday at 6 a m, arrive atUctjee boat route*, where, that transportation, js'dWeilc

.:. : Esq.Ckrlt of the Superior Court hag been aopoiii- also for stage service oil the whole mute. Anna next: 5 m. impracticable at certaiu season, to arfopwajon lJti;'
< J chit Honorable Gdurt Assignee of tbe estate See N. 3360 .For invitation ,for. to day by p
:" '. l' ted by I! LI proposals Leave Ucbee Anna Wednesday at 6.a m, conveyance, or to intermit lena,I'c
,, 1 ., k#,.t,;. ., '.' '. ftt tao Wd Henry Lrndev.and that I all I 'letten r I carry the mail in Steamboats from Savannah Ga. to arrive atMarianna etr day by 5 p m. I fied;number of dayS. ireekior months. He i way '
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.. ,.;=' ar. .; 1 laUac tMra to shank! be addressed to him. at St. Ao* Pilntki. Fl. tC02 3522 From Iota to uex Joseph's,29 miles and back, pose to omit au office:ia inaccessible;;tor if not aslage .

l E. F. : From St Augustine by Pablo to St MarysGa. ,
1 1--- twice a we k. .road: ,the rail w.,.or at .'.teanibwatbb '
'''::'" -IN-tHE SUPERIORCOURTFOR; THE 93 miles and back"once week in two hone coaches Lsave'lola every Thursday d Sunday at 9 I m, the ease may be or he may offer to.aubttitaieurror .

I" '*>'. KASTEUN D 8TRICTIOF FLORIDA. and boat. 3 arrive at St Joseph's. 'same,days by 4 p m. mode of supply in such cases. Hi Tp .

r .. ,i : >A : ,. sjuruurrcr.i i i, Leave 6t Augustine every Tuesday at 6 a ra,arrive Leave St 'JosephV every Monday and Friday at different#,day s-aMd, boon departare aid ain '

,, 1.1; r .L ';".. 2. lie miller of the Petition of- Ephretm KarriPURSUANT i i0 Itt Mdrvs every Thursday by.II a m '7am arrive at lola same days by t p m. .provided no more rnnninf !time is asked;and TiM.
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> t \ I :n"? ; ) .-, .'''.- .'. son st Baftktapl'i I Leave St Alary every Thursday *t 2p m, arrive at Proposals to carry in'rail load cars rill be con vioiu that no mail 1 connection or other public'a "
Augustine Saturday by 6 ,
t' every p.m modatiou prejndired. He may.ask for a !
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From Jacksonville to Mandarin 15 miles and '
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,:. ';', ., i- of Eat Fteridi, NOTICE Id back once a week. : 353'iFromBt Joseph to Appalachicola.. mile number of day* for more lunuing'timeto the trays
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'1 i Petition f and back twice' week. ** certain seasons of peculiarly bad r".. 81tt
;: :: < ,'. ) HERBYGIVEN.thacthehaanniPfthsaid ( e a
; : Leave Jacksonville at 6 .a.ai.
eYe Wednesday ,
!\ \ I ;, t ,.1. H rno q for bar ifodkr/* and certificate, will take arrive at Mandarin same day bf 12 'Leave St. Joseph's every Sunday and Thursday at these changes,a proposal for service differentthe

t : !1; y I t:=\ .',.. )j t plash onTitiedly 1Ia.' *3d 'lay 184:1:Jiat i 10 o'clock Leave Mandarin every Thursday at m 5 a m, arrive at 'a m. arrive at Appalachicola l laDe day by 3 p ,advertisement will prevent iu i being OIitWt,.
r bid 'aside
of the Hon. crmpetition with rex ular, not wt )%
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:, s"-:'"'4': '.,'I .:' l,. t ISAAC U. BKOIsow. eJuatde&e; at:, the Court Houseugustine. Jacksonville 3T,04 From Mine Jacksonville day If am'by'Whttesville. and, New Leave Appolacnicota every Monday and Friday a valanceoand,; where bid contain any ofbalterations :

I'\f. sfc 'R'.. )' I in .a.-C'Itll1( $t.i 1 A ; : And that all 1 ptfr. ; nausvUle,to AIIi&atorl09 mile and back once week.. 5 a in, arheat St; Joseph's aame days by J p. their di.adnut5I..i1t be estinsst.j'

,: 5 r seas interested may show cause if any they, have; before Leave Jacksonville Wednesday at 6 m. \ comparing it with umber proposals. k'

.. ::;; : I i I t'., I .snidcourt at thattime, why the faid, Ephraim! at Alligator every every Friday by 4 a m;arrive 3524 From Pensacola to La Grange, 90 miles and 16 There. should be but.eue'routaftrfd far ia...pVtpoa'il. e
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I; I I and certificate pm. back three times a week, in steam boat l.
'. Harrison.1 should hot,receive bis discharge 4
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': ,'. '-;'.:. 'r'' 1 Dated March 13 'rHo,. Proposal to every run with two horse p coaches or with ;: 4 p m.arrive at. La Grange next days by 3 dare haiiie and residence ami the name ofeacatjae ;'

:;;i" : f ,,.. .- : .: ': AND NOTICE 13 HEREBY ltrHERGI .ulkeya will be considered. a in.Leave her-of ttie .firm where a' coaapany oOerr| > bofjkt +.

Tf' "" .- : e';:.: i: EN, tIii1 Joffii'AVCaiTedovhas been'l appointed by this 3505 From Newnansvillety Wacabootee' Micano-: Ln Grange ner'Tuesday. Thursday and distinctly atated. t'

;" }. ; h. '". Hdnorable Court,"Awignee'6f the Estate of said py,3u miles, and back ouce a week Saturday at 4 a in, ario Pensacola same days by 18. Tljo 'following is lie form of lAagveTaBtjwjishould

I .i : .i f. ;i i I Harrison,a Bankrupt : end that said Caredo resides Leave Newnansville Friday at 6 a ni viva at 2pm. be filled the firat blank with the name.f fl*
j every ,
ts' I.' '''r ,1 f' ",' i .Fernaudin* in East Florida. Micanopy same day by 5 ni f i\"otto, be let if,the Peaaeol.mail ordered to guarantor; the second with mbar ole the bidder 5 .,
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: ": ,. ..' F. ibis 13th of be 'carried the of Cambelhon : the third and fourth with the beginning and
Dated day by .Urai
I y. ::.:.ct"..',.. ," )f,1 ;" at 8t.Angustiue, Leave Miconopy every Thursday 6 pm| arrive at way G"I"I '
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\ ,\ :. Mardi 1843. Newnan ville'satne day by 5 m ] route; foing steaMt
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testimonial bo of
.hr.e co ,ly 1.rClory to a man
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day good guaranty This
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Alligator
:"j 1f' !< 1 t r l' coat. IN BANKRUPTCY every Saturday at a m, arrive at '
h Saturday at p m, 'arrive at Mobile next days by 9 so l certified should accompany each bid. _,
next day : ,
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l 'c :1. ,r J. ,'< Il&tAtm tler'oflhl': itian'of AdalphiiL. MdLeare'ti : '..
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,:r< .,", ,. :: 'r' 1 a OankrvpLFUR3UANT at Alligi.tOT.next day by 8 .Mobile every Tuesday Thursday,' and Sat bid,for caarying the mail from -to be utaw '.
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: :J.r.: :;.' !' : .". :] to;*u. rdJr.urth'Super or Court Proposal to run with two pm'horse coaches with 0 urday.t: 3p m.mive at Pensicola next .days.Oy 9 'led jt bylle I'listmasier General shill enter'kmt' '

r r :.:; !,.' .>;1.tlt' isi''.::Lll... 1 : : of EaU Florida,! NOTICE IS sulkeys'will be considered., or aI. nn <;.obligation ,frior to tie' 1st day of JulJYiLn : atll'\' |

I,.:-: :" ), .iti t }:JUfT': ;' i "tR.tIY'GIVEN, that the hearing bf the petition : 35(17.( From Alligator br Upper Mineral' Springs, Proposals to ion in runt bore post coache*-also giwd and;sufficient 'sureties to peiiuirnnWj]

''h c ,f'. .;' ,: :&l; 7 t': ",:{"Jf::1. ,'. of certibca-b th said wilt_Adolph take place L..Heine vii 'Mondiy for his! ]the discharge'22d day and of! White Sprin ., Jasper, Woodland, Cherry.Lake and nidered.453G to run ia. steamboats; omitting: Ulakely, will be con- :eri,!ice Dlll lu d: po's..a... .1,

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:\ 1i Aucilla \ :
d a ; to Monticello. J05 miles
.< ). ; i .**. ,1is.3 I. May next, .! 10 o'clock A. M. of that !day. at the :. and back, once a From Key West by Indian Key. to Charles 19 The bid should'be sent under seat addresstaStth4 <; .

: t'" :. Clumbers: of the llou. ISAAC H BROSSO*,Judge, Ac.: I wet 'ton a. C.617 miles and buck, once a month in bUllS FJrst'i Aui tant Postmaster'General J'witfe,"11 &

; ;i 1'S: ; ;1 'k>' 't< 'j J'. .at the Court Honse.: the City of St.:,, Augustine: 1 1I at Mouticello Y Alligator every every.Friday Wednesday hy by 4pm at 6 a m, arrive or packet. I,rioposal id the State of-" wrfuau on the.j(are*. .

I .. .' :\J L J,,. .. I. Audtlut y'jerunaistdrated I ; may o\Y cause if any LenA Alontieello every Sunday &t 6 am, arrive Leave Key West from the 6lh| to the 2ptfi of each i nf the letter: and .b
i::\..::;" ':. ';"'. "!.,.' :. <'.' i. not they receive b ve\,'>M'discharge by the'jSaid Adolphiis and certificate L. Ileiue.as a should Bank i Alligator every Tuesday by 4 p in.| at I I month arrive at Charleston. with all practicable des .received. .by or before the, 13th April next, at- 3 D'd.._"- ti .

J" 3508 From Alligator to 25 mile patch. 00 P 11I1. .
Goolsby s, and back
; .t'i. t>. Dated Feb. 28. Id 13. 0
.t : .
: ; % rupt. week. Leave Charleston the lit day of each month, 20. the contracts are to be .executed before the Jj
': i sr i\.\.'' :;'". ';,' ''.. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FARTHER GIV- ouce a arrive at Key West with all practicable despatch. July next.: '. .

:?;, i"::. r.,.. Nt'Gsoyaa'R': :Fairbanks, has been appointed bv Leave'Alligator every Saturday at 6 a m, atGoolsby Proposals to carry: oftener will be coumdervd. PosT-QrricE; :. DZPA&TMUT.De'IJ.184t.$ *"_ 4, ;

M :" ', '_'" ... v >root t.f 1 this Honorable Court:Assignee of the'Estate-of'; said same day by 2 p in. 35:17: :From: Key West by Indian Key, toNew.York : C. A. AV1CKLIFFE. .

:;:. ,.' 'Jl .1_%" : ":" 'i. ; Adel hug L. Heine i ;'a Bankrupt. that said FairbanksVepides 'Leave Gooltby's every Friday at 9am. arrive at and back. once a month in packets. II. d'

I ,,I'.'<.'." t" "i ;;:::.' :". 'O'1, at St. 'Augustine. tn.East, Florida Alligator same day by 5 p m Leave Key Wtst on th.* bUnd New York on the ; PROSPECTUS OF THE ..I :
.,. .. >..; .' > '" z9-t'. '; DiteJit' St' A lustiue, E. F. thIS;23ihday of Feb 3509 From Tallahassee by Salubrity and Quincy,, 15th ,
mouth
:. # ornery and arrive at the port ofdestina* ItcTROPICJL PL4N2''l T
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>'! : \' Baiabridge. Ga: 50 miles 1
1 to and back
cl 843. three times
: .: >ut'* a lion with all practicable despatch.
.J.j"i' :;":"'> : '" ..' -;: i i'.':,. ... f. GEL R: FAIRBANKS. Clerk. 1 I week in two horse coach*.- A: NtWNF.UTKAUI'APER.tob) D4 WJihdHJSL >. ;
.
I :", ,". \.a i' Leave Tallahassee Monday in;:inUkcksouville, Duval! Couu>|.. f., devotedaciente t
: every ,'Wednesday and
:" { /'j\ la: .tbe Superior Court for the Friday at? a m, attire at Baiobridge same day NOTES. : lilerntuie, the arts., Agricnllurs I ,.and ,tfcjj
.I".if.: ; .' J'f /1"' .' DldTUlCT OF EAST fL lUDA. 8pm by 1* Seven minutes are allowed for opening and clo : n neraltiew! *. and the poiliticapf day.
; ;
;" -" .f-. :" :'' BANKRUPUCY. Leave Bainbridge every Monday and siiij the mails at all offices, where no particular time i TERMS ; For one year $3, i in adranoe- or payaiUwithiilUie '

-' ?Ii1 ilk, .t.t : : lml4sattuoflkePcWiaa/fENRI'D.110LLAN ) Saturday,4 a m, arrive Tallahassee Thursday name days by i specified ; but on railroads ind steamboat routes a i ; first quarter from the poMittliea of tWsheet. j"

.. .. a Bankrupt. 5'p m. these is'to be ri. more delay than i is necessary to de- .. 41DVxaTSSiroatf$1 per square three' I iaser1:'

6 : ", { 'J ,1T&URSUANT, to au.order. f the Superior,CourtId Proposal for four horse coach conveyance w ill be iv er Mtid receive the bags. t ; triaIi
;' : < '"; :'. ;;"<' ,. 1'1'" -.. -- LuLF!elide, NU t'It,E considered.-. 2.The mail is to be conveyed in preference to pas. yearly 1'flvertwerii. > .\.f'1

'1 "', ..1'. : : w !.":, 'j ..',-.7 ,I'. ,_..' ".::. 'I f .BERK, U Y.ia vT5 N aU l auj peTitroTr 3olO rrom TaRal eave nt rotrJCon,zsi iiTii11fj d seu eta:judtuptlieir".en '8.IU|IUluD. iuuwaj. iht .IA..oJt.ii"6 1'Aha... pFMJf"etM '0 the iti ar'tl- .
> iiJ : of taeaaid D, ,Holland, for bar,, discharge Mid and hulk it. .. ..
; Henry .
r' ': : :' ,- ". ,; back three times a week in tail road cars. requires D"ulo andtheneijhbonagcounties. a -, :
,. ,' .: ,.. 't.." : "'>J'J, : 'l ?\, certificate.will take place on Wednesday the 10th day' Leave Tallahanee every Tuesday, Friday and 3. A preference is to be eiveo to pnuengers brought .I t.haiet not t.*say that he will isles hU papce:aH{|e|'" ,
,
I ; ', '. '..< = :.'. .:/ ':"j":,' ':" .ofM.y"t'4 S, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day. at. the Sunday at?.a m.arrive at Port Leon same days by. I 10 in the other connecting .Jail hues over those traveling'in i er.mndfrorrtteindutementaetWnllalnpei';

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t. chambers the lion. ISAAC H. Judge &c. any realizia
01 ,
; .l J ./ I /0' : BROS" am A a sb.ire.of ublic patronaia eomaMBs nllti 1
!:, '.1. :.. ;=4 at the Court;: .nou.e.to the City of St. Augustine : Leave Port Leon 4. Post Office t'laak!,mail baj',and the with, anjuneertaking so greatly demanded
kjtha'muhityH
.. ,Ii: I { *"i f 4 : \.: ,. /,." ,n.:; =, every Tuesday, Thursday and of pcal.genL. : ,r r
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J I
':.. i f ': .. '. \" <. Y:, i:, And that all persons Int reaud,mar bow cause if anytheyhave Saturday e p'm, arrive at Tallahassee same days by the.Deiiartmeiit, on the exhibition of e.( ; ..

,"" : .: '.>. *";.l _:'<, before- ,aid ,Court at that unto, why the I 4pns tials, are to be conveyed without further charge on' He win sedulously devote his attention and undii .j
:., /"ll 'ld..Jhpr .P.Jl..Uand should receive his d' mail lines admitting ut such conveyance. den all foltrest
II : .',. r. t ta : iiqt u3x11 FrnmTallahabeeby Lake LanrvLipona.Ma efforts' to that may anise aid bistros ,4

c C .'.1).(. p, .:- charge a.iid.ccrtifiqite.>* af Bankrupt. non and Talola, to Madison c b. 63 miles. and back 5. Mail agents are to be conveyed without charge his readers and p. lronl. having 'as eye ,. tonn bog. :;
ou the railroad and steamboat hue, '
Dated 1842. principal where
4 I' .' ;,' : i '. February once a week. an t'ohligHlion, of society. 4i t
'.; ; : : I AND.KOT1CEIS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN the size of the mails and the nnuber of uWofficers Fro hi. neutral he wilhhohl t
: jitrl; ; E" ; Leave Tallahassee every Saturday at 6 a m. arrive |) character ..1
: _" "f ,.i.J J;tit.. that George R,.Fairbanks ha* been appointed by at Aladiou c h next day by 5 p'm. will require their employment by tw! Deparluenl.and aloof frdm; party virulence and rancor,sod a just iamll.
+ .-'.,. ,:. _' Court, Awignee.ofUie' Estate of said in that case for the lasort
? : thillpua/able Leava Madison c h every Monday at 6 a m, arrive I separate apartment impartial t detail of political statistics will be adhered fat., :
.: .:" llearyU. Holland, a Baukrupt: acid that said-Fair- Tallahassee next day by 5 p m ng and .afe-keeping of the mail, i is to be provided The proceedings ,of the comin LegiblBra will .;

': 'i i : .. :, 'i;. \ ..( I bauks,resides at 3'. Augustine. ;iu' East Florida. Proposal to run' with two horse coaches or with by the contractor under the direction of the Depart duly cqrpuicied! ; : the,, Florida fanner will be f11"'t l {I
4F r :' .' .I .. .. .: Dated at St. Augustine. E. F this 23ih day of Feb teor. ed witl iairnew
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% '.. ; : '..' : ; sulkies will be considered.' and oaer.llnrOaaIOR.. may coae
.
., r", .f '. I ,! ,' I :" '. ., t. rasry.1d42' 3512! From Tallahassee Mills 6. In all eases, there i is to be a forfeiture of the pay to hand,! and the,,"merctvt.t will' Sod the .pricesJcaV I.
." ': ; ,_ by .Baileys Monti. of the : > :
j : : GEOR.FAIRBANK .Clerk. when the i
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:. ... '# : .; I'. I."1"" < ,:" .1 ::",1' ;tfc 'I cello and Gioonersville, Go. to' Sharp's Store G? at least trip one-fourth trip* not run; a forfeiture of 'rent.stecks> and state of the maskstnndet its apsrsv'priateJJveiid. '.

/ ,,' ; '}::" ; ..,1 ,..1.. ., t,, ,. .: "!,. .:'1 :.;" :t.. ('Y3' <, ;:>Ji :; : .. .. ,lathe+ 'superior. :Court tor the l i'et and back twice' a week to' Monticello 30 miles', arrival is to far behind part time of itAwhen as to lose the the running r ofthe General. Army movement,, and 'the disportissij $

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: ,. f" and once a week the residue. Government sear l.
DISTRICT FLORIDA. tt.ntI'Wlll ,
.'+, ; ., "'JJ 'ff'j..h. OF EAST: with conltScten oceepy
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; .j. and
-ti. '. i" '.' 1 ," '.... 'j, '. '.' I Leave Tallahassee 6 i depending mli; a forfeiture of : pro ssiicuotiaplate. Religion'will find in
; .. ; r :. ". ;,tJ.'J.. BANKRUPTCY. every Tuesday at am, uriveat over cs hand*.4 4
.1 I. j, .'" ,. of it
', n. '. '' ', '. J portion ; w en a grade of service U rendered
,i ; J. : 0 Sharp's Store I thonxhilwarni shall
'l /m' via matter of the Petition of Daniel Vaufkan, a next day by 6pm mip porter*-nor eetariattossii
> inferior
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that in the TKiide
to '
J'f ':\ : contract. TheM
i'.i : : ,1-t forfeiture
,
,! a.". "' ,' .j' .';''., :. _, ."\; Brakr. Leave Sharp's Store every Thursday at 6 A m, arrive may be i increased into of the pen in that which so ontversaly| soiUastatn-! '

c, r' :- ; '.:: '':,' 3 ::' .- .URSUANTlo fin order or the Superior Court Tallahassee next day by e p ra. according to the nature penalties higher of amount,, heart arid purifies. the mind and, ia truth safaraarjDurabilities ,
or frequency the failure
)> ..1/' i ""::s ll\ij; vforheDistfiaof: Enst Florida., NOTICE IS Leave Tallahassee every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive and the m portance' apply. we will make the TROPICAL,!, j

; II '. J' ':J tt: ., HtRE0Y.GlVEtt.that ibe bearing of the petition* at Mon CP.lo sane day hy 4 p ra 7. Fine will unless PLANT. .a dig st.orcompnditiuiofalltijeCi ei.itaaD
the
; .: 'i ,. ''..' = -'x of the said Daniel Vaughan for discharge and Leave Moa icello every Sunday at 7 a'm arrive at 'atiafacioril b imposed, delinquency bo local l news and topics of the dav: _
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1'f .r in
./ doe lisle for
;' "" '
i ;I : 'i., certificate; will'Uke place on Tnemlar' the 23d day of Tallahassee oame day by 5 p m from explained foiling to take j Ii* CEO' GROUARD.> M
< : deliver
:.1" {/ or at office
: : \ a post the mailor C
1 !:' ... .\.>_ ;: .\. ). .."..' F .. May next at 10 o'clock A M. .cf((that day. at the Proposals for two hone coach service between T.I.labuaee' I. of it for it be any par I' 'J ,
;
j'. tnfiereng to wet. injured, lout '
l'r and or :
I Alontieello Publicetlce.
rt and
11. & for
Chambers the .
': ;'. I lion.I ISAAC H. BaoRse5.Judge, separate proposals
I ; n I 'f, i,1;: : royed ; fo conveying it in a place or that I
I ; the horse manner 18
at the Court House iu the City of St. Angumine: service between Menticello and Sbarpe's HEREBY GIVENto: aUpersoaeisWi .i
; N01ICE
f : t"t; ; .+ ex roses it,to depredation, loss, or injury for refusing
Store will be ;
': /z. 1 ;'/".. { And that all persons' interested way show cause Iri' considered. after that Deputy Surveyors bo aafapd: 'I
': .. {-:r.; J ,r:. any tiey have why the said Daniel:Vaughan, should 3513 From Tallahassee by Manmngton, Duncans railroad 'car, demand. or steamboat to convey, which a wal by any coach, from the tenth day cf November next nail completed '

,. :, :'. l' :1' ;<: 'f'-: not receive bis dUchnrca and certificate asa Bankrupt villa Ga, to Thomasville, 34 miles and back, once. a nlarly inns OD the route, the contractor reg. in;the survey{ ef thai section of tbe Penintiila e*Mcbl!., '*

: I ., :': i. :: / 1:. /D4ted March Win: 1(443.( I week. fied in bond specified .pec. 1 ly designated en.a diagram dIJO"ilecl..h the Keeper, ;J!

i' 'I :',;',: ." :;,:'d. ..r:;'; i'a' GIV. i Leave Tallahassee every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive ving at the nCrp. '1\nd contiact for ; and for .r ore' J Public Archive v.11 S:> Aiifdatino. Petauaa '
or rnnniiiffan
Thomasville
: : at setting up haing
same by
iate day 6pm' tonfirmed'cLimstaddunattenstoland
>. by wttbia'the .
I .. PP11 ,
!, I ,J.. :,ift;:.;:,,:; : .(,E t : this H-Jnorable Court Assignee of The l Estate of said Leave '."nm".me every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive express of the" to transmit commercial intelligence! in advance limits!| of ibe Diagram are inarmed that the caB ,I
: 1 Daniel Yaughau Bankrupt and that said Cavedoresidst at Tallahassee same day by 6 m m.i a penalty will ba exacted equal t io ,olbe, o/igin*! donation .
i' ; ; : \ it'. \ a : p quarter's grant will be the only>goido"
t' -; ; ." -,:. .. af Fernandina East Florida''. 3514 From TaJlabslle to Iola, 50 miles and back I 8. The Postmaster pa General urrthe. ;'"neyof all confirmed shims and theevl4
i :. j '.: Dated at St. E. F. ;:this!| 13th day of once week. j may annul the contract d nee ofcnufirmatioft; 1
Augustine; must be tie certificate of AeJKeeperpi 1
':. t :;; Leave for repeated .failures ; for violating the Post Office .__I F. h ,
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Jf arch. 1843. Tallahassee every Tuesday at a in arrive at robiie arcnivo
.r. 6 under his hand and ..it IB
lawn
._ 1. ; for disobeying the instructions :
*" lola even Kv f of the
npvt Department furnished
t' -m r : Clerk. n the '*
1.J u
; GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. u| by claimant
av'I UJ' tl sir
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or Co the dep- ;
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"_ ., ; tor agents
; discharge carrier
Leave lola a when
rcfu.rng reqnireqnired
every Thursday at 6 am, arrive atTa!> lily Surveyor of the distiicta ia wbieh '
raid dais
i !
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:
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; ; : "f'J JIB. utu. tor tne. lahatsee I by t; for assigning the contact ', avf :
next 5 -
i 9upvriurAST day by p m. .be 1iti .ted. to enable him to oodfVUM
: : fff; 1. I without execute hiaisfety
... \ w \ "t. FLORIDA. From Baileys Mills to Miccosnkie,7 miles and back i the consent of the Postmaster GeDtr instruction* famuli d hilll *I! '
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,.. ...,, s.(;f'.. ". 1 : .. 1. ;/tf,BANKRUPTCY: ;I i once. week. or for setting up an expieis us aforesaid. ; Jlt'i.;, i tube desired th.t-e\.IT. faei1r9
: H. ,. '.1 ZlltMIMlltf'6"the tlhD1&'O'ARC AD IO A C OS !'. The Postmaster Geceral alter the : Mcessary ( .
.1 Leave contract.1 :
it < __ Bailey. Mills, Saturday at2 arrive may bo afforded the '
1 > m to
I 't > every p '
/ IrI Survovois. to
tie
: and deputy to
1't' .f Q! ': : '. ';'. TA ; I Miecesnkie alter the schedule he allowing a rata increase ens their I :
I baxlpitpt.: at same day by 4 m. pro down the
} lay
,;P : ;> c" } p compensation private claims wit Wt delay t'otberw e* f
". ; : :, ; ,{ i. within the"'restrictions
to order,of tboj Superior Court Leave Miccosnkee imposed
r- au every Saturday at 11 a m, arrive by they will'proee.*d
with
\ 2. : PURSUANT i. law for the additional thaauney of tbo'eoo tryarpnMieLard. '
,
;\ ; .. '\: .... r. ,of Eat t tidaL NOTICE IS,I at Bailey. Mills same day bll 1 p nt' service required or for the increased -; !
!l vY<:.,: :!/i' 1 HEL BYGIVENthattbeheario ofthe petition of 3516 From QUincy by Chattaboochee, to Oche- speed,if the employment of additional stock or 11& i is the utmost ; .
I t. ; import that .
re the
",. '..I... ..'i" '':,.:"" : .. .., ." ',.d..'i--.L'X.,,,,,,, 'o'' :'.'. I. the. '.=d'Areado! AeosU. for. hi!* dtscbarge and certificate. see 36 miles and back,once a week carriers is tendered necessary, but the contractor may of.private-elaiauiahoald owoenret ag B
.q, ; f'' J.::': ; 'I' will I 1 ; ill such cate, relinquish bit contract poiol DM and identify tie,
: 4.i 23d
j : ;; take'place, on Tuesday, the day etHay. Leave 'Qlliacy every Sattrday f al6 a m arrive on timely notice! beginning corner of each ciaiav.
.' ; the
I' .. ." ", .. ;,.f'1, .."<.:;<," .:-1.. :-,'" .}' :. I .., of the 'Hon.l. H. Bronso i. jJndpeV Ac at the Leave Oche.ee every day Sunday 5 a m, arrive tinue or curtail the service, be allowing ouu nllnt',. J f! TaJJ8ba Surveyor Genera 3d. !
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extra Nov. J8& ,
; j. '' the .
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> : ". : on nrnount
: { Cored pay dispensed' with. "'
: : .. dnMintheCltyofSt.Aolu.une And that '
) ." at .
: 6
Quiney
same day by pm. : i V.Y CONW
'. /. :. : .. .f\.ti. '\;:" '"'t ; :.L. .. :'a"; : afl''r-r l Interested, 1D.1".h w'caalelirab1, they 3517 From Cbattaboochee by Ochesee, lola. and 10. The payments will be made throush drafts on: A Y .Snryero,_ Gea.raL r'=
,
r '; .':'. ;;: ,: .': !. 'i ,.:...;.J I :tr ;' : : hire why \.e laid'Arcadia Aoosta I should not receivebistfitebargeaiiJ Fort Gadsdeu. to Apalachicola 150 miles and back, post offices or otberw.e. after the expiration of oach I ewBuckwheat
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I, :. f, :' ,, ', :. ( quarter, say in February _Ffour Hay Com: Ii
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; +: ccrtificato May Nbvemr
; ; ). : .\.. :. as a bankrupt.Dated twice a week eight months and once a week four AUlu,1 end ,
r .. 'i r. ; : ... : "L'.:'S' .; Match IK: 184:). 'months in the year in steam boats. DO i* Oat Bran &c J6C &c -ry> &c

1.1". __:, ," : ) ; j 'r.t! ,"( .. "t".D1'ij'nCEU'HEREB 'FURTHER GIV- Leave C.Uaboochie.yery Wednesday and S.turday.t 10. The distohcesare given according tothebet-i "li Kte'/few; ., %t
/! Backwheat
i I 11. : I j.: ,' :' ; but no increased S'
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r. ",; .4' : ;: \ :: EN.pb A..Cav.dohas been appointed by this 1 p in,arrive at Appalachicola naxi', days forlatuD pay will be allowed 6a'bbi.lJow.rd St Four .
i 1''! .1 \ .. :' :,-r' ,' ; i Rost'rs 1 C ufh t they prove than advertised :
:
< "f' Assignee of the Estate of said Ar- 7pm. greater i if the, 50.do.{ Canal' 0
iJ l. ; ,1H.r< :. :\' ,; \ J'.{ ..: .;'I r ." I. { pO' eadio A | P. ilrnkZNpt; aDd that said Cavedo re% eave AppalschicoU every Tuesday and Friday places 12 an corety name. SOF;irO Ohio ;
The
1 j ,'..'" :;- r : _
is
:. .ideaaffVrifanitin I
; .' ..: ., :. ,la EastFlorida. a m, arrive at Chattaboochie next days by 12 m, from prohibited by. law; 150',bags corn, ,
; !
s, i : -. '\. < ; ; Dllecl.tBtAuldti .1EF., "this 13th, day of Schedule for the weekly service. kowiagl'mki q a contract for the transportation { 50|t do Oats, .
,. \r Marth 18432 Leave & with any person who shall have -! 3 .
i I -0 'A. Chattaooochie every Wednesday at 1 p m, *d into tab oombmation enler" do'8.ralt..
.
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; _GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, Clerk. arrive 12 or enter OObatft ;
r Appalachicola every Friday by m propO flay
i .' "a. .,',,'. .,',:, .',,. "" i ". Leave palacbieola combination to prevent of any bid lOr :m bbr.... <
; 9 _
.'\ '" <,1 i. 1' I Latest Style-Jfwst' served.m every Monday at am, mail vfacKors". 0 .
-I j ::1.. j',,0' c '. .: ': .>: : contract by any oiher <
= person or ,
J
arrive persons or ui'
-" .m I I'" I" '' r 'J. ,"" .! ;: '"', : '. BOOTS, SHOES.A7'3': CA'D. &o. at' Cbattahoocbie every Wednesday by 12$ who shall have made an agaeement. have wbe eceiTeci 'Seh Charl?rte;rod for sate. :'

,,1'I' '. "1, ..'j'.1..0! l, ,. ':: .: t. ,,'. :r.;:*;F'," ". 2 CASES *opedor CalftlOa HwUwita; Iron and m' en performed. o promised to give or .bal anj' .i 9?1l7 I' BBCARaekCO.FOR '
1. f. ; :4' <'" and Rubber Heels i iIO 3518 From Bainbridge Ga.. by Cattihoorbie Fl.. prrorm. ,
I consideration -'i
I 0\ '\ ."", ; .) ',J' to do. .
I fI f\ or not do.
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j'J
_L .
.I ,: 1.t.,.;..:, ,1"1' '&y, 1",:'":';,.:'- ,.: .S"".'0. ) pair imitation sewed&sts! ., Mariana, -Oakey Hill, and Holmes Valley, to La' lo induce any oiberjperaon t bid 'rR. W"'C lt1eft.e. .
I :t. ..'CF" ';" .1 G 95 miles and times not to for a mail coif
'. .:Ji. ,. ", :.t. 'C".t, "':.'. ,. ... 3 canepeicged Boots. range. back three a week, in reer. SALE the.land formerir befoaffiag to. Jo b.
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I "il'.. ., : ( ;:" I. two horse coaches.; i '
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.' ,4". .> \ .. : ldl'.tualfBoot.. 13 On coach routes where about fire milee from the **
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