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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: August 21, 1843
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tjt : !er; t -Flortda Armed Occupation"Act' TOE UNITED STA TES AND : ; : r T.r I
lf"e.4tI MACEDO.' .Thus we tood'waitingordenw, in motion.' .''I' 'rutLIIi iT; ... Vroundthewaisthands
e.Io4JIJJJka1,1I m'.f.mn (8 lWfJC been ; r t NIAN. less ofthen.trowses1foughtboynned, r.
; granted Jn: Surveyed V V' suspense. At last we fired three. guns from like hei- eS V V
?- : 1' The following .spirited; 1 account of the cele. the larboard side of.the main Talsoobserved a Cooper .j;I
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;: .. brated battle between\ the, U. S. ,;plo United t. followed'by;the command, II Cease ; ,stationed at a gun some distance!! from: the ': iu1. .,: :!tP .
'd.r .PPhfl l alive mentioned who are designated; in the ,encloMdiliTt States and the British frigate Macedonian .j in. firing. .; you. magazine. Ho came.to and fro on tbe full V V
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.L. Lttt. tb r the ,rod orr:'of&'t,UowdbritoMidAttforyntbf!' i the "-faettbat.th .element wbicn the latter,was taken, \\3 from a new 'work: are. Then throwing away:;your shot V and appeared to.be a* merry.as./alcncket.'ii-: V
kabes* eomnpetiee&: and Uie jurticpUf.quarter,tcciiop upon jjhlcHtfb 10earec1' will '.. came the orders to'\Ve ship/'and pre. The third ..
wyWod the lit.of r entitled : lieutenant cheered' him. 'alo V .
D.cmblf'j43; il ,t bein' on*:* ir: ,fipv tfan'da..:!pnf VrLich tb.5 Tte1ate, 'afld' Receiver o1. this t- Tbiryear.s; : V from home?, bra .ybice are/to!: attack the enemy with our star bord guns. : ig occasionally -! I l'
snpcr..s toitt ncftj' the La *. ''Tb.,*r. thtr.r" l>'.aJbr reqQaattd ifie1tlths' Heritor *< 'Receiver t from |be'hiajn deck,: bj"SamueIV'Leeth.; ?? Ih. L.1. ftbn After this h &4 a Jfi ring from some oTher.qun'urwhih by.saying'Wehidone: ,: '.my' 1.1100 : Vareworthyourweight V ... .. _. '
II et Avifiiu. "idu, oij ot>rje theuid dat MtL.f.ctoo pro jiirwtnfto the reuireeo11Av uibor'ai.tbe: time was. a alaUpn board.the Iat rirst supposed to be a dis : In gold/i J; : "; *v tillU b "d."f ',.....,.4,.
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V :__ _. i_ _'-_'' Ml Si siiuX*" *'''' *' iY rf'T-t u f'r*"* "& nOOj 0 two.at more dirn- m more vivid.than ,I to be tho.roar of the encm"s' cannon. [ ; 'pretty':orach' I'i,
; ;_ r rc11pfWrfUD9ld: give all the ptttltrnlarriu 10, th. ritOetaebti1( date:of4nd from official despatches : :,I J ,A.strange noise,such as I:never heard before"I suppose! vey one 'doesjat., such:atim & That' 1f : t "V J ?;.
: i coatl uTfhI.! df"CI pf..OD'< 6f ifcwparlicBlerAqarler: wet bn'oh-whichTffi made. : The Sabbath> came, arid it brought with j jt\, a :next: arrested men are iwilhoul thought, they.staadttmid V .t j' V V ;.
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Ujesa lbepiofrqt1LTed i IA the fa : P.n or .ipecifod, the applicanu lwilIfor.. V usually made"a sort of holi. the deaU is too 'absurd an idea toU. '
> .r I fearing of:,$li1"-just; over heads. This I : T.
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ofihissacFedday. After breakfast i a moment. We'all' J' ,
< V ", : ,jt wascommon I foon nsce'jtamed' tobe the,e.'nemy'; shot. The I:
V to muster ,the entire crew on the j : cheerful, but! know that many'a serious tCgbt'. : 11 V
V spnr firing, after. -'a few minutes' cessation, \ f
jJI' :Iio .:jp..i\ T !". JJ iU..t. .1 Quarter SectionI; I J I ,deck.'sometim'es b'ue jackets and white trow.sers menced. ,This, roaring of cannon could now recom be through'my, mind ; still what could ".we do. : :.\
J. Toienship.( Range.SI ..; oc blue jacketstand blue trowseirs at .oilier lieard( ,, but keep up a semblance,'at.least,of animationl f \
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___ ___ ____ ___ ______ times iu blue jackets, scarlet vests,V and blue or mingling it' did with-thai of foes, it made i To run from our quarters\would have bcen.cer.; :< : V J j 11 V '

1 f>bm.rjr l7. h. .43.1 V hobo Iretv. .South West f.Ab. llKo. : .- 1 ; .: EI ;' vhlte lro>vsers ; with_our bright(; anchor' ,buttons, a most hideous n.ois ,By and our.by I, heard the tain death from the bauds of our:owa! >.officers; ;' V .; ; 1: V .

I February '17th, 1843, 1 boinaaCo.by,' North \ e..t.' ll'Sr V NNo.3IE.,' gtauciugjn.tbe sun, and ..our black glossy, hats shots! strike the side of our ship the whole togive-waytog1oom! pr.toshow fear:would: do V "' V i ji' V V

I' Fbr.* 14li.Hl643 J PatrickZog.rly,' NnllbJ'a.t; No; US. .j N11. 31 E. : ornamented ,With ,blaclc ribbons, and ,with the became,!indjscribably contused; and horrible scene no good and might brand us: with the ,name of' '. V t

-I JI.4ilW4 Fjebr.u/7' :8ih, 1843'_-, V Crecernio,IITrWtlli.m.Hacetly !South'torlbWr.tNo..tfr8.Weal., No. 11 I S. i N ,- .I E;' .''I flume 1)1..ouribip. painted .upon them;. y After, .I it was like ,some awful, tremendous'thunder; wardsand Our ensure certain, defeat. ri l'L r' '
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a1"JOth.11U3J, V. JotiQ'.PfllieierlJun'r.AndrewJ. uili stormwboso deafening roar is attended by the :
West No.JO S. .
I Nu.31J\t. by.the captuin Ube; restof the day was devoted I I incessant. streaks! of moke.tbibestof"oursitu'otion'by'1ighlin V : .
MiJCib. J643.. Pellicier, North East, No. 10 S."No. ., ,Nu. 30) E to idleness. : lightning, carry iny death ly and V .11' ,
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< &1a't. 6 ,.JefJ._ Franci* elliciar} :'4.ith! .....1. 10 s. I No. ,io E. Sabbath we were destined to spend the 1 in every flash, and brewing the. ground with,the ever, of,the'other .thought' a great dei.l 1. how1. ':1' ; V

*1 t91h. 1F4.3r LIRsigitoi! NorthEast, No: 10 8.Nw. I No.SS'C. \ just,introduced. to the reader' in n,vcry ; victims of, its wrath ; only, in our case the scene world', every groan dvbry fal. : [If j
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Jufle22d. 11543.! / col i iO Soo. different manner. ling man told:me that the next: instant I mlgh V : ,
V S22 V & > IJniler V h Wtllt. II S. I IV No, :U' 'Eo' / was rendered more, horrible than that, by the be 'f ;
)33 Jtine Iflib 1843. *cn'Qoiel!1f1Y. coutliNonb W.i1. Nu. 10 8. No. 3) I E. kVe had scarcely finis ed. breakfast, before presence of torrents of blood which dyed our before the judge:of all the cirth.Fr.. this I, ; V V 1l .

j:41iEriiithb.1843: : I. Et iki11 t Urovrn, V V !-G"f.: ; Nn.1O S. I I No. 3t1' R.: the 1 niiio,at the mast head.shouted. 'Sail ho !'.. V decks., V t'. I fell unprepared: ; but'being) without anyjpartie.V, t: V ;
185 Jnfae:17th. 1843, V "...,.n'nah i Urown, 1 North Eat. rlhe captain rushed ulurknowleilgeof religious V V t V
N0210V.S.V N>. : 4JC. ,upon deck, exclaiming Though the rectical be it truthilsatisf ed my : 1i i :
Uj2.Jahe !9CJ: 'JH43. John' Hrownrd, North East. No. i..t ,<. V No, Sfr j::.. &113St)1 'ad there' .. .!* V will reveal the* horrors may of painful and show yet as' I self by .repeating again and again'-thg Lord's,. IS"' ; V V I,
ICSJuBB f29ih. 1843, Jacob 1/8oule! North Hast, No. JO..S., i 'Nu, 28 .I 'Sir\! ,. war at prayer, and promising that if would V

26'i"trJ1-Lh. IS(3.., l E..G Jntidoo, V 'Julh't'lr, 'N('. l2 .4. j No.'Ja E.; ; : I* .\.Vhcr'away j is the-.sail 1'V .what..Ml! _a-- fearful_ .. price .a victory. -is- won or J lost,?! t twill I'be.more .ttentlveto religions! duties seared than1 over".' VV 1 J1': V
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OEO.. w* : QLEJece4e: .. V V V W. jJ. SHIMOXS'Begifter% ; : The prCi&V.iAusyfrtu: this. question .I.do not'" my..eye present duringthe reader progress with things ot that ns they dreadful met before. This promise t-bad no' ;doubt ntih; .V". .: : /
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-r 1 recollect, but "the of keeping ; but I have learned sin V II
: captain proceeded ,to ask, fight. I e. that' V, V I
a 4 NOTZ'-Theputcu1raa.tn&be .eUlenient.*ho %td I IMS.-the,lime when cultivation vtas ()mmcneedl \V hat.aJ'. :f slw OQk. I k3'V der when was I busily blood supplying my gun with pow. it is easier i : Jo make promises amidst the: oar of>'i V 1 V
tbt d of rulli vnted nuojlitr off in saw suddenly fiy from the
crop acre coltivaiion-the kind of V battle V
tenement eracied thunder
-number uf' A ; or,in ,the horrors of '
perbetweea square.rigsedxessel.sir tho ; shipwreck ,
( ul-di V was reply of arm of a man stationed at bur Isaw
I IODliotpoIll: fie a riwiu lltir adults!! and chilJreri-males gun. noth V i- : V
and elluaJ"hil.e. \
: andJuly the Jook.out.; ing strike him thanlokeepthem when danger b absen ,:and, V
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: a minutes.Oie our path. V '
V captain shouted ngain.. V an instant the third lieutenant tied his handker'I upon. '. V V
Ala.st.head! there !l' 'N chief round tho _wounded and r.. Whale these thoughts' secretly agitate I -my'bosom VV
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DOLLARS battle continued. .
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: : REWARD groaning wretch below to the rape V ,
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ARE, \ A IargushipsirstiIt1dja.)g: towards; us !l' all parts'of the ship. Thcs were carried to. portholes like leaden rain,carrying i death in the : 11' I

offered for'Itheappreliensicn. ) of the following slaves, or Fifty By this: time the most .of the.crt w wore on the cockpit as fast ns they fell!I, while' those'more trail. The large shot i(came agarnst'the' ihip'ai I
i : i side like .
V dollars Tor each of Uieiri ,'iif' '. V. deck eageily strafning; their eyes to obtain a fortuunlu" men who were killed outright, were'imillt"dialely inhiiishakingheiV to ttie very keeU V I '

V V glimpse of the approachuig ship, and murmur. V thrown overboard. As I was' sta orpissiugthrough her timbers, and feat ering '. V ; J

A1VDUEW, lq I g>i.n"to Francis!! GucVILMAM ; ing their opinions to each other on her proba tiuned but a short distance from the main hateh- terrific plintura! whiph .did a more' appaling r.:. V ;

\ belonging to ,GCII. Ili-rnnnucz ; V ble character. Then cano tho voice, of the way, I could catch a glance 'at all who 'were work than,even, their own, death-giving 'lows. '. :.

ROBEKT' ar JOEa.UuIatto; betoii ni; lo W.Il.AVilliauts V captain, shouting Keep silence; fore and aft !l' carried below. A glance was nil I could The reader may:; front ,n"i idea of tthe eJ&Tact' .of* It j .! : 1 ,

.JIH1, bcloiiffiii to.7Ii.ss Asb ;, V V ;. Silence being secured, he: bailedthe, look-out, in, for the boys belonging to iho guns indulge'to grape and cnnitC wbeh. .' he.L*. told tnat pe'"J--: V : V
to his V shot IS formed or V V
GA PE It \yhp. question Ir'Yhnt docs she look mino were wounded in tIe early ot' the bytht, eight b:1fI onflned I
betbug1tg1o .Jnc Tlickler' ; V like l !' replied A large lion part ac. ,twuu, iron and lied inn' ctotui" '1'nesff 'balJ 'i rei'''' I .1
,frigate bearing down nnd-1 had to spring:with all might to : ; \ .
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belonging, fo John JT1. Soutane ; V ; V V upon us, sir !' ,, V I keep threeor four guns supplied with cartridges. scattered by the etplosiort: i of the powder.v'Caii.' .i' U V ; !I V

<*l ThaaUove liewarl" and 'aIL.'easonable: I A whisper'ran along! the crew I hat the strange V nistcr shot is made by filling a' 'powder ister.A i.4 ; i

expenses will be paid for their j ship was a Yankee ,trig le. The thought, wasconfirmed I saw two' of these lads fall nearly with balls, each'a largeas ':wo orHjreamasker : V Vt4

appprciision and delivery'to any.Jailor in Florida, Georgia, or South C V by the command of \11 hands clear One of-them' watrtftICinthe1eg by together.a large f baIN' ;theso,alsb.scatter'with'direful-effect[ : tfWa" : V,' V. ,' ;

olina.' Said Slaves. t otTin: ayba1eboat, belonging to the pilots of r-I ,the'The ship for action ahoy !' shj>tho had' to suffer amputation above the I balls discharged. What, then.! wihsplinters- mo' iJji j '-r 1 I :' C I V

drum and fifa bcid.to quarters bulk. wound. The ether had : grape and cabnister, poured jBe:1 V [ ) j. !.
po!t. < They were seen las!' night about ten miles north of this city, and t J heads were knocked away ; ,tho guns were; r'.,1 I Kent through hU :irj'LaV ....grape. _& "a'.Ot''runsblrem ca"I'JI (shot f upon .f-USE' the rcader-inay beoatarwork Ibat1i 'IJ .J', I I < I

it is supposed' they wen t9 sea itnmediately thereafter. .1 l loused (rom their confinement_. ; the whole dread !lilted him in his nnns, and burr-L---- n t ordJnth'wentin'a"ni1oner'b: ''.. rr.t i ?, .'.I ,t ., :'-.
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August, : L laspc a few minutes of hurry and 1u.- I'vo j Suddenly thin rattling OtIbe : L- ; I
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J .-- confusion, every man, and boy was ut his post V .on the quarter deck were killed. They, were \ ceVe s !

; ,., : UB _JIS V.. VV But if around my placoot, sleep ready ly do his best scrviCR for his country," ex- j both Purtugtics. A man'who saw'one of them I I silence w ordered ensued, to cease'flrlng.: .A'-pr? '- I I I :

Rpt the ImiK1, who claiming exemption from killed, afterwards l told me that 'hi* powder'caughtire 'I I bokezonIybythesiiedgrans. ; ; V
i aDj fJA. 1Io The friends, I love should come to wcPl"hcy the affray safely sowedthemselves way in the ; and burnt the flnsh 'almost:off his ; of the brave. sufferers below' : It WUSJdt ascertained -. : V ;

't mm"I) ,Dm : ,' might not haste to go abel lit jr.. We hud only one sick man on the fa ce. In'this pitiable situation, 'I he' agonized II that the enemy had shot; ahead to re1pair -' V \ i I
m j for she .
( damages, was not so '
mg Soft airs and list, and he at the "of battle hurried lifted both htll 'dieabedflut : .
sang, and light, and bloom, cry from his boy, up ds.IIIII Irimploring're"liet : she could sail without f V
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I4NDAY dttliculty ,
PUBLISHED EVERY Sould keep UVm cot, feeble( as ho was, to take hit. post of danger j when a passing shot instantly euthiiii ,intwo. I' ; 'vere; : j
Jnjl4.rATt B ,hll'J tollliW" .lingering by.m tomb. A few junior niidshipmea were statiuned be. ,''I so cut up that we" lay 'utterly' hopeless. jOiir'head V V V V IJ

AT TOCR DOLLAES PCB-ANltUM\ ADVANCE, OBnvroOLtiRs low l on the berth deck wi-h orders I braces were shot away ; the fore and main !
I given in our ] was an ej-e-withcss to a sigh equally rev l. .
AT" THE ENDOItEYEAg. :, : ff; These 'o their softened h 'Urt. should bear hearings, shoot any, mutt, who attempts run ting. A man named Aldricu had one of his I top.masltvere gone ; the mizzen(:mast, ; .Hung' i

AJfertlttntntt Inserted HtUne'Dollar.per square The thought of what has been, from his quarters. ,. '.* I I himds'cut off by a shot andaknoitatthesaiFn I over the stern having: carried V several, men dver \
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quentone! Longer advertiinentsin, proportion tnd And. speak of one who cumo to sharo Onr men were all in good spirits,.t ho Jgh they ,moment he received 'another shot which' tore wreck. :" V .: !
: did.not scrupb to express the wish that the com- j open his'bowels'in u terrible manner. As he I V V I,
witlbetonnHered leftthnn The gladness of the scene council held t ".
a 4quwre.A'diico_ mil V ; was now the officer on
11I.10 bn4eVwho .I ,v l ing foe was a. Frenchman ralbe'thau a Yankee. foil, two or three men ca ght him in their' aim?, V among i
: "dvertii by tlie) year. the deck. V
Whose tho quarter Our condition 'was V V
t part in.all pomp that fills Wo had been Jold, by\.the American on ,.board, ,and as he could not live threw him overboard. in the peri OtIS I
: ; '.JU""rr- The circuit of the summer hills !that frigates in the American service carried ,t|i One of 'the officers in my devision also full in:; I : extreme ; victoryjpr escape were alike:,:.I V .
; Our
j hopeless. .
hip was disabled rot .
Id that i nore and heavier metal than This He' noblj hearted fellow' ;,many ourmen ;::' r
:his is
I' grave green ours. to. ; my sight. was n n killed .
were und
V ,; woud
"I i E7 w.c.nIlTACTf. .. .V V V And deeply ,would tlieir hearts rejoice V g ether with our consciousness of superiority Icd, Nan Kivell A grape or canister shot, un.1 The enemy: would, ithdutdoubtb many more.' iird ed.wn'upon !. V..V i.

: gated upon \\\y\ plorious ski.. : ,. .1. : To hear again his roice.SONNETS. V over thoFrench at sea, led UJ.to a preference him near this.heart? exclaiming, "Oh! my G us in a few mothen'and ash&b1a V V tt tl. .: i V
living t x>ir _
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Ant egror"oJ1)cnlntnjns; ) ; !round, for f a French nnlogol ist.: I I he fell and was. .carried below, where he shortly choose her own position; would without do ibt.i!' V V
V ;
And.thought, that.when'I enm Br B. HALLECK. / ; ; 'r ; >
disconcerted
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) hci isilentgrouiidTwere \ /1 V t at the necessity which compelled i I Mr. tinge our first lieutenant, was also slightly Any further.'resistance |was therefore follf--, t i V
; MRS: HEMMENS. ,. them to fight against their own wounded by or .small iron V V V
V "grummet ring ''' "
So
p in of the
pleasant, ui'ntin flo :very June-.-V, V Queen of the lute and lay whose song of yore, One of them named John Card, couulrymeno-I probably'torn from hammock clewby a shot, Hope, ,.spite who advised I hot-brained them Lieutenant'buto', Mr. ,; .... V : .' ...

i When brooks: a erful tune men as ever trod a. plank veutured lie went below to the n9.t.tostri.k8' ., ;
t1t up ,c.lu Swept o'er the earth in'music many.toned to present shouting men to fight on. sink alongside, it was determined to strike the V ;", Vunting.

rngovesajnyq ss. un!I"i himself to tbe'cuptain., as .prisuDer, frankly Having had his wound 'dressed' he come up b This: :Was./don ,by ,the bands fa I
: of historic lore \ < : :
along 'I
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his
i Tbe to'sLandgygra'i.onrnke. Bearing ; ._ declaring objections: figbt.-That officer again shouting to us at the top of his voice, and I brave fellow named Watson whose sadd ned .' .
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I -Wiili triple Immortality 1 cnzoncd : very ungenerously: ordered him to bis quarler?, bidding us fight with all our might. There was brow told how .
Tljfericb. green mountain f should!( break.I threatening to shoot.him if he, made:the not a man in the ship but would have I us severely It pained bis. lion'heart I V
.. V ', -. Where dwells thy V spirit in that brighter world request J 1 t' rejoiced to do it. Tome it,':was'a pleasing: hi, V .V
V With 1 again. Poor fellow he obeyed.Urn unjust com had he been in the place of our master's mate, for 1 had \
: i nUfDerCt dead of otherdaysl.V, been fighting enough for one Sabb tt : i I
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ttfozn
A'cejlvitMo; : m uo! ,; V mand, arid was killed by a shot from his owncountrymen. VV' tho unfortunate Nan Kivel. ; V I i ,
A ) In "what bright orb hast thou thy:pinions furled! This I more tban.1 wished .to see again on. week. oay.,:. ; :
c9tIio. born fact is i The battle Our
through sir :et, more disgraceful to I went on. men kept cheering Hi Dritahic Macedonian ,
Majesty's .
I' And ic1' loud above it'rollt$ d; V, What_ star.: of beauty,..trembles{ ,to.thy lays the, cantaiu of the Macedonian, than even the wiih all their might. I cheered with them I. the prize of the American frigate frigate United wasnow :

,:Wbi4COtbo1empe8t l] ; ( >eat- V Thine was a lofty strain: .; thy! 'lyre gave back I loss of his ship. It was a gross' and palpable' though confess. I scarcely' knew for t.Cclalnly' .- Lates.V :>> V Vt i V It V
violation
of the rights of VV
The voice of ever man. there was nothing very inspiring i ih I.
God in glowing '
Away.i! .lAvillnotibinkof '
these- song As the ship showed American the of where 1 btationed. SHORT '
approaching aspect things was SENTENCES TBOBC GOOD TWICE & ;TO V
V Ww be ibe sky: h'nd soft the breeze' VV i iit Melodiously i '; asVer; ,its'fdiry track; colors, all dou.bt of her character was at an end terrible had been'the' destruction around 'us Sit Require a few tongues ,is1 ,the .task '01 ..a.ew'. ,1' V I'
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f ntiene&lIbJhe I,. V : Swept the full tide,of harmony along, V S We must fight her,' was the .conviction ot ev. was'termed slaughter-house. Not only had weha'd years, but to be eloquent in one is the I labo of' V V V

And be the damp mound ly prest I Thy spirit's purity breathed onthy: lyre, ery breast. Every possiblo arrangement that L several boys ot men killed or wounded, but a lite. j' V V i ".'

ge : Bathing its music in seraphic fire. could insure success, was accordingly' made- several of the guns were disabled. To produce an effect, it n enough to unite. wo l V. l T: V! :
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If,td'rrjy'\ :farrow; JIace' ; ore. i% / .- VV V The guns.were shotted ; the matches, lighted ; The one I belonged to had piece of the muzzle ideas. which are astonished at being together: ; ,.- J i V

V VZ(1GRT.; although our guns were furnished with first knocked out : and when the ship rolled, il the paradox itself will owe its success to i its't OT-" "': r : !. t.

Ti erp,\lvhih.. | ipng t Jong surnroer hours Hailglorious night,!, Queen of .the ebon throne rate locks they were also provided.with match. ;! struck nbeanVbf, the 1 upper deck'wiih.: such force: city and boldness. 1"j V' "J L"..;, V '. V

. 'Tb :8b1d: iighlisliould! lii ,. Dark ,robed. -and wearing on thy dusky, brow es attached by lynyards, in case the lock should : HS to become<<: jammed and" fixed in that position.A : Reasons: are'the pillars of the fabric of a sermon .. ', .l:) j)

And,' thicri i ybuVghXrWnrftcrs roups of/low- The coronal of.living gems that shone miss fire. A ,lieutenant hen, passed through Ii twenty.four: pound shot had also passed but similitudes are windows which giv (Ihe., V V : <'1 V V

I V V V Eden and the ship, directing'the marines anti borders F through the screen of the magazine. directly. best lights. V ., : V "
O'er bright beautifultos V
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f pow ; who were fuurnished with pikes cutlasses and over the orifice through wb.ch we passed our Death i i.s the liberator of him whom freed om V V 1

"Btah'd jq lU4irbo; u{yxby$.. fII .' V .I To thee I turn 'neath ,hy :dim' reign.to rove pistols, ,how to proceed if it should be necessary i I powder. The schoolmaster .received. .a dead cannot release, the physician of him I! w am' .. ... 1 -1....' V V

The' raOleshould'build; nndU ell : : : O'er contemplation's 'ever-verdant field V to board the enemy. lie was allowed by the |wound.> The brave boatswain, who came from medicine cannot curb,and the comforter I imi) I '. :

V is love tale-cjpi 'bwiiIeArn. !' cell-] Where thought with thought in sweet communion captaib, who exorle 1 them to fidelity and courage .j j ihesick'bed to"the din'of battle, was fastening a whom time cannot console.] V \ .

V ".rh 'i } 'b1'ht: fJt\\" S .a, t, :wove, V .-V V V tfrging upon their consideration the well! '. stopper on a back stay which had been ,shot( Crafty men condemn studies, simple men d. :: V V 1 4

known motto of the brave Neson! 'En llInd away, when'his head was' ,smashed .to pieces bya mire, and wise men use th in. : I
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Bbpuldrest1bim licfej: and .there ; be heard' To the rapt soul l their endless treasures yield man to do his In ? i V
expects every duty. additionto cUflflOI) 'halt ; another man, going to complete Vain glorious inen re tbe scorn of.wiierrjen,* V V

V Tiohousewifd: bee arid hurhrning.bird.And 1 V Fann'd by the pinion of the viewless. .wind_. ,all!! these preparations on deck, somq men the unfinished task, was also struck down. Another the Admiration or' fools, the 'idols pahwi, :;. 'I V 1 I II

. t- Cheered by the music of the rolling sphere- were stationed in tho tops \viih small' anus.whoiJe of our midshipmen' also received a severe I and Ibe slavas of their.own .vaunt a rl V V \ l'
:what If\cheerful shouts ; duty it was to attend to the wound. The 'unf rtunne ward-room steward No ;
| at noon, Crowned with the wraths of hope and fancy trimming man was ever broken by adversity at, : j
vCome/rohillie village sent',' V sails"and to use (heir muskets: provided we who attempted to cut his throat ..on. a former occasion was not first betrayed by'prosp rity. .. I '! .1._ V V

Of- of twined t V came to close action. There were others also ,was killed. A fellow named John, who Suspicions among thoughts are like ba a; i I .
tongs maids beneath ie :
l moon' Girt with the memories of departed years, below, called sail trimmers:: ;''to assist in :work for some, petty offence had been sent on board asa mong birds-they ever fly twilight.. '
A
: >'1thi tP.ir1.Ja.bter"bJ n : ,. : ing the ship, should it be to was'carried wound d. To live 1" : t V
My spirit revel* with.n mighty glee necessary change punishment past me by one man's, will. is the cause of. .- ,,. V I' : V
Aad .hat.if inlheevening, 1 gbt, V V .At the full feast spread.forth, oh Night !. by 'bet' position during.hi it Ic.My I distinctly heard' the large blo6d-drops/ V pat, ny men's misery.What 1 I toI ;
ICtrotbediovers 1 1 \ a1k inw ht V station was at the fifth gun on the main pat,, pnt ,on the deck ; his wriiind 'w re mortal. V V L V \ I,
'. i., ,r g : thcc. d.;ck.' It was'my, duty to. supply the gun with Evena., poor goat, kept by the officers for her thing is that which n lengthened by e' ..; \ V,r V ,

.' ): Iow moiwinen-, j I V +- powder, a boy being appointed at each gun i in mijk' did not escape the general carnage ; her ; ing cut at both ends Ansl. -A ditch. V t : : V : V ; VV ;

1 would. the lovelj scone nrou nd Envy, ;!'surrounded on'nil sides by the bright>> I. the ship on the side we engaged, .for this pui r. bind Iegs'\\'ee sho off;and poor Nan was thro\\ What word is that.which in the 'English Ian i V ; 1 :: It -:

1 1 !oJ. '!''..ddit sight l i or sound.1 ness of nntber'sproPerilY.tike' the scorpion, pose. A wool screen xvas placed before the entrance overboard. guage, of one syllable, which by taking aWar-/; I: \ V

confined within circle' of fire will sting., itselfto to the magazine, with a hole in through; Such was the,terrible scene, amid which we the two firs letters becomes word of two 4 '1. ".

I know", J know, I should].not. < ce V death. V which the cat ridges were passed to the boys ; kept on our shouting and firing. 'Our men lables ANS.-Plague-Ague. : i.. t .1 V j ..

,-3ht aeaaonfc gf foribu* show" 'we received, them there, nnd covering them'with fought like tigers. Some of them. pulled .off Why isji short negro like a white'roan fl.( ..': ._. I I 1' r /7 1

'N .V our jackets: hurried to respective guns.- their jackets others: their jackets and vests; while -He is not at all. black, (a tall! black.) ; ; :i._ I., V
u J 1i t : Virtue dwells not the of tbe.tongur VV ; '*
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:' I i :, -NEW- -YORX, Aug.'S.)' | THE PHYSICAL INFLUENCE OF A BAD Notice apPJicn't .u1lde'' the Florida Armed Occupation ATOr, .> I

i :AUGUSTINE : FROM PERU':"CHILIAN INDEMNITY. 'GOVERNMENT 4fJJ:- .4ugtui,1842, to whom Permits have been granted on Surveyed :
In five year, from 1744 to 1749 an English I
: Monday August 21 1843., Tbe U. S4ship. Yorktown, J. ShNacbolas.Commaoderarriyed physician named, Chghorn. resided irithe.ls. tA2d.
yesterday from Mazatlan, land of Minorca, then under the dominion. ,of u hereby, given to the cia of applicants) : above mentioned who are desifnstnTfa the anelo4. .

principles, and the people? via iValpar: isO.May 2d," and Rio de Janeiro, Ttb, England and made a series of observations .upon NOTICE the'period or "4 on* VSAR"!" allowed! by the said Act for proving the fact that tbe Ntttei.i1 :-

.; June. the climate and health of the place, which ha* been commenced and the particular, quarter' srcuon apon whIchhJeated"' will rWrt un lhe,....}' .
Left at Valparaiso, U. S. ship United Stales and the December, 1843, that being oue year from the day 011 which the Register and R.ceierprepared of this Ufieswer,
: Lu CoLT. F, H..", Dy. Qr. Bit. Gen., and Udy tbe pi itish Admiral's! ship Dublmand the French are in great esteem for the accuracy corded. His to act nndeY the Law. They are therefore hereby requested,IP file with the UP&istinasd fiseein.. .

F ,, left this city eo Saturday last in the Steamer Gen. Admiral's ship Reine Blanche. U. S. ship Constellation boon regulaiity contains with" which also ;notices they are of.n the prosperity at Augustine. Floridu, on or before I the said date sat'u factory prqpf'pursuant to the requirement Of Law. ?'&

'e Taylor, Peck...for Satanoah. was daily expected. the fond lime. Minorca,was then a above mentioned.' J t ;
of at that Such proof should be the applicants, own: affidavit corroborated:fir the testimony of two ot more -
-.r '..\'." ,'.'v"'j' '"Tl1O" "' The Yorktown brings part of the first instal healthful and all the parttcnlars the .
: reference-- the region, populous prosperous.The terested and competent witne se', which proof should give ; as to settlement d etf'to. ; .
: :: It will be seen by to attract from ment paid by the Chilian Government for depredations under of'lhe' which it is made. X'
,4 Island hod been f;r many years its commencement! and description particular quarter sect op on ..
, ;' the minutes or the proceedings or the City Council committed on our commerce in 1822 the British Government but it was afterwards! Unless the proof required iu the forgoing is filed on or before the date,'specified,the applicants.' .few. ..

I! that the Quarantinelaws. have'been revived and will being 835,571- and consigned to the Secretary ,restored to Spain. In 1839, and<< the"two sue. roit all rightiirle aid cidintoLand 0 der, their PermilJ. i -. : .

: "'be rijidly enforced. Dr. Eowaw.Corrgi. has been of State.. needing years, Dr. Foltz of the United Stales _'_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -=--- -- .
:' .. '4 Every thing was quiet and prosperous in Chi resided' the Island, which he now ,-.
Port' -
feppoio ted PbftICa4D. Navy, in same
No. ..
:t i;; ,,t_ : -" --- -.------' -- I Ii. when the Y.leA. ; found unhealthysmitten with poverty and almost of Pats .j p.U. I fnu oj pp1iu.t.- I QIuu"-l& iotr.1 Towsshi.eTmiIsl I Rap.- .
The is list of Officers -J. S. :
: 'Tke'l.ftnt'BZa. following a : depopulated though the climate remained ,! _. -
Nicholas Commander, Lieutenants. P. Dray p. -------t
I Tbe'Charle.tfn ihW &'Jiscoursqs) of Mclntosh the same Ho says. 23/Ft/ =bruar" 17ah Hi43, 1ohi hen" South V'es t.21 No. ii S No.31 ..: .,
W. C.
j ; :;,Mercury"" ( ) ton, C. Pickering Acting "The history of the diseaseof Minorca, as February 17th, 1843, Tb mu Cosby,, North "taft, 2.. No: II 8. Net.31 Ell .' ,, -

this annoy tog,ailment i"-* Master, M. K. Washington ; Doctor Van Horn.; given by (;I ghorn,exhibits as compared with 25 February 171h 1843. Patrick Fog rmy, North F.a" 21$ No. Ii 8. ,N,.. 31 Eo" J.' .

This, i! pb guc,.;dner hovering over the city Purser, 'I' n. NaUr! : Midshipmen-H. IL8tevens / the present, a complete revolution in their char 26 Febrnary 18h.. 1843, Cr nuo P..ceuy, South West,1 No. II 8. No. 31 E '.-.: ,,.

I : about a fortnigh!,'liken ,fish hawk has at last P. Sb irler. H. F. Waskuy, R. Savagt', R. acter within the Century; and, as the meteorological 2B March 41b, IS43, I.h ) WilJiaDJ1l! North Wutpi f-_ No. 10 s. No. 30 L ,

; made its: and a splashing has come Aulick, H. G. D. Brown, Covender ; Gun observations prove that the climate remains 107 May 16th, 1t343. John PelJjclir, Jnu',. South Weat'l1t No. 10 q. No. 30 E. :: ..'f'J
swoop
\. : ()l f it. Coughing and pretty sneezing are Ibo order of net, J. Martin ; Carpenter, J. McDonnell; Sail- the same, we must look to other causef hiS May J6tb, 11843, An rew J. PellKier, North Ea.st. I No.10 S. ,No. :30 E. T.. '
Wand Masters Mate J., VanS 109 l43. rra ciaPellieier, oath EUI, 3' No. JO S. No.3ti !' ,
j the daYr--mustard baths and berbtc' the maker, ; o. r this change/in the condition of the people. AlaI J6tb; i: E.
t : prep. berp. ; :These CHUS- have obviously their origin in the J15 May 19th. ,JF43; L fl. R"esjuol NoribE .t, 2, No-IO H. No. 5 E. : .l
im ration ior tho' night. ,We'l, patience Ii ire : .- :k
4 122 June 22d. ISl3. FacLBailer, SoubWe.t. f No.11 S. No.31 E. ,
TbeYbrIng. 812 ,409 in specie. endemic of a bud government and per. .4..
r not uochdurabl ,.a.'we caB testify aitera two nowhere agency its influence the moral, J33 June 16L11, I$13, Own Quigley, $oQtb We.I, 1 No. 10 8. No.I) E..... ... ,
I ; day'd trial.. Having nnd excepting that it makes ( bahs can upon Jq: June 16tb. 843. Eze i.l U. Brown, North E..t, : 1 No.1U S. No.3) i
: one's bones eel as'if they .had been broken iri NSW OBUJUIS, Au4, 4. rntcllfctuul 1 and physical condition of man ben 135 mae 17th, 1843, u.annah Drown, NonhE4st ,15t No lQ 8. No.3) E.' ... ,

.icvcralciookcd plece- .and one's throat as i if: LATEST FROM HISAL. strongly and so clearly traced as in this little JG2 lime 29lb, 11843. obb Dro ard, North E.-t. 3 No.,2J S. No.3t E. ;

if was a! bag 'of compressed cotton-and one's The schooner Denmark, Capt. Wright nrriv. tsln Ifd." 169 Itine 29lh. '1843,' IIcob J, Soule, North Laid, ill No. 10 8. Nu.28 E.

..4 ;. '1018l\1if'itwzU a bottle of cyenne pepper- rd yesterday morning, seven days from Sisal, The island at that time contained a pOPula.1 261. July 17th. 1843, E.G.JandoD, SoolhYt' .22. No12 d. No.26 E. .._ ="';

; I and one's eyes asiftthey: had beou 't tnken out reports thatan English schooner which cleared tion of forty thousand ; and such was 268 Juty'l9th, 184:1. me uud Y. Hall South tut.2J No. 12 8. No.28.E.. .

hind rousted by mistake: fir chesnuts-nnd one's I from this port for Sisalwas captured on th 16b! and general health of the 'community, that in 291 JuIyQ&h, 1843, Co n.e'in' Ol'pont. onth Ea It; 14 No 10 So' I Nu.30E, ". -

head as' if U had been'.ruu; through with with'n July by one of tho Yucatan gun-boats. t? the live years residence, Cleghorn did not 'meet GEO. \V.- COLE, JettirtT. : W. I). UIMONS, Rqi.i. '

4 hot skewer.- savin? these trifling inconveniences windward of Sinn I, for smuggling. The lsehr. with a ringlelndividu\1: who was lame'or de ..
4 : \:, the influaoza w nothing remarkabic.C&arZedeajllercury. .- wile still lying at Sisal, when Captain Wright formed,' and cases of paralysis were of cx. NOTE -The particulars as to the settlement should be-the limel when cultivation .u commeaCld.... .
very
!leI). trenvsly rare occurrence.' At present she popu. the kin l or crop .hinterl-auIDber )facrei in cultivalion-the kind br tenement erected-a mber or per.. '.
..; i : Intion tnousand and the streets auncompo.ing the' amil--di.erim nating between adob and hiUrea-maln aQd female.-wbite ad .
The'l\vo' English officers that were 'jakennrMoiitriK I is only eighteen '
t The disease has found its'W3f her, i nd many eulort"d. : 'J.1' 21 -
p nt Tclhnc, were released on the 19th I and highways ore crowded with the maimed, -
n 1 aretifflringrroru'f itiu 1"'clconu'is latiuo.I July.* They I left the next day for Cumpeachy.to the hall, and the blind. The number inhab-
___ ; From the New .Bedford Bullet of Tuesday .AN ORDINANCE for thervtertiwiofthe&4
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I I a i a a aM i i 11 f + [ j
take passage, nn board of the Steam Vessel hunt*are ui'able to maintain an hospital. Pee ; ..,
; .. .4 ,. I Thenhirton l letter: writers hiit at a rupture bound to Englnd.Picapune.TIlE : sides the onerous contribution and heavy tuxes Evening.] 1-Vall'aniI the' Walls of the Basins. '

1 l iri,thf cabinet particular* not tranaind.r .- MINT. I levied fur the support of the trooj during the Adiitional Particulars of the 'ppnse-l Murder SECT I lit, Be it Ordained by the; Mayor, ,

protracted civil war, have almost made and Piracy on board of the Schooner Sarah Lavinta. of the city of St. Augustine,.
; I Five Democrats, and four Whigs comprise The following i is the amount coin d in tho U. of the whole community. paupers .- I I i in Council Assembled, that if any vessel boat4; :

's. the newly elected,delegation from North Caro Branch Mint of this city, during the month .. A few famiUeM' ,who still have'it in their Since our publication- yesterday of the mys. canoe, ,flat]{ fa ft, or timber of any kind or dii.v ,

*,. I linatothenexteongress. of July :" :i iJnsiivfr. power, distribute alms on fixed days in the I terious circumstances cunnecte4witb this vessel I nomination whatever, shall be fastened, lied or Lx'/
--s 824-\000, have few additional I moored with Ifasis in any way, to any part of/
.. #0.. ...._ 'l.'Ck.hich: collects all.the beggars in the vicinity we gathered a particulars
I Election s 'o'beeal.: held in Alabama Juduna! Illi in goiu Ut',5.AJ ; and. on these occasions, we nave counted which may not be uninteresting to our I or over thCSea| Wall or any of the 'Walls: or"tbe

i nois, T oue eoind,. Kentucky t.b"t tl.e ictults" not one hundred and fifiy from our window-a host readers. I !t Basinsexcept when loading or unloading( .-,
*.. 9335.000Courier.) which contains a population of only 7000. \Ve learn thatjCaptain Crow II. of the pilot !t the master*owner, consignee or agent of 4of .
F. .Tally koown + : such vtsseJ. boat, canoe, flat, raft or timber as'
,
[ Man/ of these beggers formerly had houses of boat Favorite, saw :be schooner on Saturday, :
: A From the aspect of. things Eentac'uy will have at --- their own;,but having long been without em. off the IDouth.ufitbe bay, apparently bound in. .aforesaid, fijhall for'every' suctt offence,forfeit ',,& .
least four Democrats: in Ler next Delegation.Tbe .. A ROYAL MARRIAGE. the um ofUwo Dollars. "i...
ployment!, hwy ore now without food, and are to this port but on neariug the i put away
;Looiville'Journal snys; The Marrige of her Royal Highness; Princess reduced disease to the lowest of distress into Vineyard Sound. rbOO'ner SECT. 2J; Be it further Ordained 'by tbe an. *:I
by : stage
: Thelast; way.bill from S I lem, Iiidinni,' sip that Augusta; the eldest daughter of his: Royal I and degradation., Such of the citizens as were The Mercury this morning pu rumor Ihority nfbresaid, that if any vessel boatcaro; u
.
_) 'j the Uon.". If. V'bitoC. \,V.).'Kbeaiei>> ; by majority Highness the Duke of Cambridge with his Royal formerly iu affluence, arc at preseul barely that a boat mannWl by four meri, was sci-.n' to flat, raft,or-timber of any kind or denomination/ -t
; l Frederick, Grand Duke I whatever be! kept or left touching tbe Sea Wall
:,4 ; 1,014. Highness Hereditary uble to live and those who enjoyed the necessaries land at Setinnd Point, R. Lun unday morning
'; L ., ..-.--. -1 of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, wa celebrated on and comforts; of life, are reduled to pov supposed to have proceeded f tun the schooner. or any of'thVialll' of the Basins, the master '
; Wednesday 28th ult. with great splendor,in,the dwel -I owner, consignee! or agent of any such vessel"
B7 The entered
SavamuhRepublic*!, of the I5ilit pl1blitl. erty. I is seldom that we have a ,
Buckinham Palace. There boat flat, raft or timber as aforesaid,
Royal were canoe
Chapel
j that The entries in'the log book published by us *
the noblesse the we
S a letter from the Editor of the Tropical Plant detailing ling'from to puupcr '
much present the Queen, Prince Albert, the QueenL'owngrhte ;t did not hear lamentations on account of theircIiungd yesterday are said to be in the hand writing of shall for any such offence, forfeit the .sun of1. : .
; with .minut.nei.tha cIrcu .tace.of '"
: ; King nnd Queen of the Belgians! Five Dollars;:
I with pride Babe, one of th ? seamen, tbuugli on comparing
the death. of a :whole faiui'jr from Stan&io. in the ..the King of Hanover, tho Duchess of Kent, the I I their former condition-dwelling wealth, nnd sighing over their upon present them with the signature of Bntx$: to the articles, SEC'r.%f.i He it further Ordained by' tb* oIhority :
neighborhood sf the iu Ministers several of the Am. aforesaid, that if the Sea \\"II'ur'a01 of
Alligator.From manner: Cabinet Foreign depressed state, f..ombicb no effort of,the we were by no means sure ot the fact.
which the storis.t 1dwe; .Itould judge that this w.sauexceptibu bassadors, &c.&cFor the information of the I I most industrious and frugal life can extricate Mr. John Gl *la\'usof this to \"n\ informs us the walla! ifj the Basins be injured cither slight t .

;'. ;to'tbe,rule "dead met)_tell no ule.", l ladles we extract the following acccuntjof the i ilIride' ., them. The laws paralyze every effort of industry that on Saturday: evening, while bathing, on the ly or: greatly, by any vessel boar, canoe 9. s?..
\ attire : I S. E. shore below the Rocks raft or timbcr'uf nny kind or denomination*
just smoking
;. 1 canu t conclude without,relating a and4n. the ver/ appearance of success and thrilL
rrouCC week "The royal bride's dress was of very handsome in.the laborer and tradesman, being followed Wharf (so called) a row boat. :ontuining four whatever, the master, owner conigueeorngent! :
; which even
chply cc ) passed or so
'
Brussels lace while aati loop. of suchjvessel?,-boat;atnoe. flat, raft or linv
back i in the point over by increased levies from their insatiable men approached the shore. In con cquerceofthe any .
neighborhood Alligator.
ed each shoulder with of I ''Is kind ofa bcr as afoifesaitl. causing the injut .sh.n! be lia.
what
"Tha/atherof\a\ family, const ting of a wife on bouquets orange rulers ; and such callings in.life. which elsewhere darkness he ; unable to state -
blossoms,diamonds and sapphires and elegantly b If' and.is hereby mad? Iinblcforthe injury mis.taun -
boat
very it was. :
Dud two suus, iatie| vicinity" of that pluco was : ornamented in front with a border o( or I are disreputable the and gradinp' arc of here the One of the men a..kp.d him ifthere. j they could land 'd/by.sniit 8.OmV. II oranvof the \VaIU rJ't;
most respectable
taken icltand.dufiiig; his illness, there being no } openly pursued by
,---.- -- r_JiMLfefouse, the! wife ,took ,the gun for the 1 I ungo blossoms and silver" ; the train (of Spital-! i i j inb& bitanl8. It is no disgrace, for instance! to be On ;being infoinud ti at they .could! 'the Basins!(?aud uxi cuti'>n shall sue for ihe. a..,' I '
purpoeo wandered fields manufacture) was of the richpsti whim engaged smuggling gambling nnd the slave three of. them funded with inch of them a mouHtof fnid irjury with nil |o
p niicli I the J t"flJCBriftg jr,hugotlobt gatnc., and Haying after three days I I I satin and evir tia.w'-the sidesund-.' .ya .__the most bottom lastefully'trimm.d -i r| imde, the propriety of these"occupations! 1 being j bog.\\ I 'SEcl'ftt'ehe'convict.d: .;4 .. .lu case 1\ colored per.v .JnJ .>,

Mhtary.adYeiJIUfC the,wilderness sbaMJai IvearjandaIcI : 1 down : \Yi.tlt I never brought in question ; and II' the I last ofi They were dlcspd in, scan enc*' :tpparc.'a. I.-. or unllcreih of tho nbw .
----r--- -----flOWCrs, nl-ihed with'' rnlt. .., :st nml 21 SfCti"nsucb '
.._ colored for tath
tm
person
( -I ,
borderof ih niMv-iia -, N Bedford
to furtber sh eLI 61 Vcr. I. L-.1 .. .. 1- .j i XP """ -? .thcy.Iwere ra tigers! i ii :w_ : .
uaa e act
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0 I Ince flower in lyDeen: rnadr'. Dud asked how far I h6u d nave to nod every iuffence shall receive a numhrjf of
point having the the :; they s> go'lo
t __ t lioJ.lo: i the house of a neighbor orange pat. j M The I la.shs ...
,-- I tern. The Princess wore on her bend u ,Wreath most industrious of the population have reach Invernuiid receiving th ; proper direc. notlexcecdin.!? thirty nine unless th,, &i0r ,
Koine seven or eight milzs of[ fur assistance, tho abandoned the i island, and many are still leaving lions finm himund: the with costs:b .imm diat' I ly paid upon cnnviclfoa
I composed of and myrtle and bidding nu.n remaining
little fellow after bis arrival in the friend orange flowers a
i
shortly
thejidoof emigration flowing towards New in of such colored .)IJ. 0-
the 'per'
boat
I roof tiara sapphires>and diamonds, Dod was c..ver- good-bye, he sliovtiJ off and Ihe rest j .
!
I Iy through previous sickness and presenti'xcitrment ed with a large and most beautiful !veil of Orleans and Al.iers ; andshould it continue dr proceeded up to' ihe town.Mr.Custausihjnks |1Pt'sed in Council 21st "n '. 1343i

:: : beyond his years, became ill, and [mint laee.very remaikablc; alike for its size and\ ele. the same ratio in which it has gone on for seve. this occt rred, about o'- Attest P.13. DUMAS, ) .\. DUPO T. .
beTore ho could tell his tale, died,. A few days of design. Her rut years this island so much lavon-d in is cli. clock. but is not sure. It might have been ear. Clerk of the Council. ( .Mayor.
gai.ce Royal highness jtvi re a
lifter the house llitcd when oh I I
4 wl1S.v deplarableKight necklace of male and harbor ; will soon be literally depop. tier be does not'know";' whetberc.itbcrof the
"\ aIde of the father fouad brilliants. The stomacher was of I men Office! of Asiit. Coni*' :
:.along .was the ulated. Two thousand '' of ftiitene.! )
emigrated colored.
\ dead bodies of his wife and remaining sou. The sapphires and diamonds and ear-rings en,suite" the year 1840; and when persons it tot remembered during that I was lead to thcjdetictionof\:- e publish hij the. siaternent us itmay St. Aniuuu4. I B: F. 16th An;. 181X: ( .

: tale is short but true. all ( daring scouo.j RopnS.-\LS will bi leteived at this office no-
They perbhed through I
they:are the the active and the P
young drels
in
HOOT cntcrpn.nngleaving now our midit.
Marvation. The tear ot sympathy will freely IN C'Jmufzn.ln the Dollar Former j I til' life'J5.1a! day of Se.t, 1843. for .UUl,
flow when recounting such events." there is a notice ot an invention :d prevent tbe behird the upfd. the infirm and i We understand that on n sun$*y of the vessel. BEEF. forw; ,,u tn the United States TIOOJMIIIU.

f _ _ accumulation of soot in chimneys. It is to in. the helpless, its ufiect upon this rmnll popula. no additional appearances have been discovered tinned at St. Francis' Barrack: '::&. Aii2' stine. TZ. ,
introduce case tion must be evident. We Here informed I which it is deemed Cuiilrart- be onHirced far Twelve"ilonius .
by

a containing number sheets proper to publish.' ; Uw.
.
\ lcoM.uRlcATm.[ ] of wire-gauze, into the chimney little, above !ihbse best capable of forming a correct judg. :An entry discovered on the log gives rise to a Bref to i ba bliftI'J 600J 9'&llt1. nnJ i'l i .
Cactus, is, tbe Botanical name of a genus, offucculeat the fire. As no flame can pass through the box, mcnt, that two.thirds of the,community are females belief that there bad been a disagreement between ai may !be rtqaired Cr tbi Troop from .lime t*........'

I plants, 'containing twenty eight spe-i nil the carbon huh may ascend is stopped; -a conclusion to which.our own observa the mate and two of the crew, bu we are time by :beCotnrafidia! om:er.flot !.,exceed thric .
week >
j a fnriw iiri
tions would canfirm. |
will
: be
4 des i and thus the soot is from accumula. not at liberty to publish the culars. I payment made monihly.or
permanent .duration ; singular and vari. prevented "The continued part in the event ot r tin I\'iitllill i CominU or 3ub.
; ous in structure generally without leaves having ting in the chimney. It will of course prevent passions,and the want operations of the of the depressing The Boston Daily Advertiser says, "We have si'.!ense beipg ,witlioat funds, as NOD : n chimney from taking fire,as there will be no. necessaries of liie seen some of the papers? found o i board the Sa. plipd for that jtnr'pwe.'
the stem or.brancheijuiuted ; for the most are the causes of the east amount of disease rah Lavinia. I
; thing in it to burp, and the flamecould not get to She belonged to Messrs. George Tbe PrPiiaIswjllbeselodanf' dire Tedta lieu
: j part armed,with spines$ in bundles lt. which lo! it if thure wits. be found in the present day, ,ameng the inhabit( Ira Thomas.with! James Dumpsey and Robert E. I LARK SMITB, 8th la(.A. C.S. U.8. Army St AIIustill'f. *

L 4' r in ma species bristles are intermixed. Tht'Y I t ants ; and it is to be agency of these endemic Violett ; l hailed ,from- AlexuidrLi114 53 95ins' I g L.1HKIN dUir'H. ,

7 are indigenous of 'South America tbe East and DOMESTIC Y AST.-Persons in the habit of,. causes 'that the premature old age,which obtains tons. The memoranda appearc I to have been 1st Lieut dut! Inf. 'aud.'A. C. S.
among these people, who at five written Angnt2!
_
forty and by illiterate 2
an
making domestic bread, .cake, &c..cani) easily .fifty person, in a fair hand.
West ladies, and some of the southern states present allthe decrepitude and and r j
manufacture their yeast,by attending tothe, fol infirmities .without era'surcs, as if copied from u rough t. Notice. -
Hardeners divide them into four classes 1st L directions which, on the continent are only met with tweri- draft.
t ,lowing :-Boil 1 one pound ot: good I I.
% ty years later in life, are to lie ascribed. TullE UNITED STATE Steam floats COLO.
: I t Melon Thistle ;. 2J Torch Thistle, 3d Cereus, flour,a quarter of a pound of brown I sugar, and church itself ha-, doubtless, exerted The / .L NELHAKNEY! GENERAL TAYLOH.!

: 1 4th' pncVley pear. A geaua ot the 2d class, a little salt, in two gallons of water, for one rable influence. the nn unfavo. u.TIARKIKD.. no longer reqqjrsd for military opeatllla.ia PlorMs-

*-c which I have noticed is exceedingly curious hour ; when milk warm,1 bottle! and cork it clone ; ; ; for there nre upon a large prosperity number of the island --' In this city, on: the 17th 1flt., by th* Rev.Mr. are off-redfir ..cr. bid*. therefore. _ill be'r.ceiYe.I

it will be fit for use in twenty-four hour One who of priest* Aubrey, Lieut. Col. THOMAS Ii'. HUNT, U S. :by "Captain I. M. Hill. Aut. Or. Mr. St. Aafiw-'.
must
(being erect supporting. i itself shaped like a pint or this yeast: will aka, eighteen pounds of who labor necessarily besides be supported by thus' ? Army, to Miss !MARIA, daughter of Gen. JOSEPH tiue. !::. F., ole e d 1ii ::1 ,melon with ribs set all over and protuberances bread. Try it.PSOTFCTION. ; the great number of relit M. HERNANDEZ. "!lroer.."or Gto. Taylor," a, the case may fc...wtil
festivals
; ; which ihorns gious nnd holidays which are scrupul _- the 27U\6f, Sept, (next mo ib.) which tioie they.
the
.on are sharp inside is a soft
I lously kept, take from the natives much time ;: PASSENGERS. will be opened and nubmitted. to the COID..ndi 1
PUKr
OF IRs.-The inhabitants of
'I Ilashy and pale substance, full of mois.. : which, in their condition General of:ihe 9th
green Havana have been cuttivati present bad better be In steamer Gen. Military Dept., for his decision ii
'. lure, the taste of which Is agreeably acid) representing Yankee friends should pumpkins. Our devoted to some more immediately useful em- Taylor, from 1 Savannah, ar. to whether.il...... of the Boa1ssIouldbe..ld., Biddi -

i torch or bead la March it protection. petition. Congress, for ployment. The depreciation in, ,the value of rived 17th inst.-Mrs. Hedrrck and son ; Capt. >M would' ;'therefore, do well to be liberal ia their;
> : com. h the Macky U. S. AL\ Lt. offers. etpecially as both boats in excellent orJsr
properly strongestcvldence of the change ; Pope U. S j A., Lt. Smith are
3' ;J meuces bearing a coral berry of an oblong form, the and conditiou. .ed. and in fitted
in condition ofthe eop!
:
: people U. S. A. every respect
lie Messrs.
SAL SODA i' buildings which R.
: half an .chin length which remains a cheap article should 'used in wore formerly worth 10.000 ; Macky, J. Williams, Preston for iuinedaij"."ife. They,are w sjoodsea boafli,
manymonths washing paint ; it renders water softand'is good can at present be Jones, Wh rton., as any other in toe southern waters if aol Utter-
'
: In May it flowers,, with a. whorl or fur clothes turned ;purchased for 500; and large and cornf'table i in
yellow. j In Steamer Col. Horne rl.e1..if._ a short time,be at Savannah to .b*bid:
II i dwellings may be rented fur 5 ) frtm Tampa Boy,
a month. where
sing of yellow blossoms crowning the head -N. up, they may La seen and examined. Tbf
.. "Loc.u.-A lady iu Faiibaven. York Journal oj Commerce. via Key West-Mrs. Lacey Miss A. of '
sale
term
,
nine number (mooopetaloos) which in was this I, Geiger ; are eub-in specie or it* equivalent.; ,
open
1- morning delivered of three fine children-two Col. Clark, U. S. A ; Capt. H ill,!U. S.A THO. F. tiUN r. .
; Capl-
:': .T / tbe morning and shut at night. and Fairhaven GOING BACK TO SANTA FE. : Lieat.
boys a girl. is an enterprising \V orb, U. S. A t Col. and Dipt.Qr. Jlr., Cttt.
: ....... Class,Icotandria Monogynia natural order rue- village.-:New .Haven Register. The Santa Fe traders.who were in Philadelphia I ; Capt. Gwynh, V.S. A. and DepL ar. Mr. Genl'a. Office (
:
Lt.
-- a few weeks son ; Lincoln, U. S. A ,. P. di.Arigustute.Aog.17.
cultnta.Tht. ago making their purchases ; Meast Geiger and 1843. S _
.
p OLD T.JlES.-Thc ale now"in Pitbburg, on their home. \V. Fonrana. In
New Haven way They the
: Courier] favors Superior Court
: cactus is mostly cultivated as a curiosity, purchased fie latter ,
the public 'with several'amusing extracts from city t2 ,OOO' worth of FOR THE DISTRICT OF EAST FLORIDA.
but one of the species (nopal) is cultivated in the ancient record ot that coloov.A goods, with wagons and harness fur mule. with MARINE JOURNAL '. IN BANKRUPTCY. .

L I .' ; : Mexico as a source of wealth, producing the I law relating to M young men and maidens,'* which tbey'intend to transport their goods. i 2W .:1' '&1ra oiI' mule matter tf SAMUEL B. WILLIAMS. -

: I ; cochineal. The culture is simple enacted as follows: Their dry goods and hardware from the eastern .,---. -_ <-- aa3 Bankrupt. '
it very ; a sandy ---
market, the
t;; soil being best adapted to them, requiring but t Whosocvershall inveigle or draw.the aflec. about 230 by Pennsylvania Canal, amount :..ABRIVED.I' PURSUANT to aa order of the Superior Coort
to
I : : tons. The distance '
lions of maide
they travel llo of East
any or maide.servant, either for 17th-Steamer & Florida. Ktic ;iab.rebl'given
.. j4 :. ; little water. Audobon has recently discovered I himself or others, without first gaining the con. the Eastern markets and back is 5,200 miles, of I Gen, Taylor Peck, Savannah thai the hearing of the Petition of said WiJliams -

4 ; ; several hitherto unknown varieties in !the. Ora- sent of her parents, or guardians, besides all I; which more than 900 miles is a drsert, without 18th-Steamer Cot Harneyi Pearson, Key for Lit'discharge aid certificate will take place-

: et ;.II gon Teif i ilory. damages the parents>> may sustain, shall pay, lo a house, with very little timber, little water. ,and West. : on Monday :the 13th day of November :next at Ji>
roamed over wild Indians. i o'clock A. M.. and that all interested
I the plantation 40s. for the first offence, and for by We hoap they SAILED : pen Os oar
: -!irTiITMP1L the second towards tbe will reach their destination in for show cause:if any they have, before said Court
or ART.-A certain quack: den* same party j64 ;|for the safety they ; 15ih-Scb.! !
Stephen & Frances Rose that time atthe| Coo It-Room ia the of St.Aagustiue -
tie!,celebrated for a mineral composition for third shall: be fined, imrrisOnedorcorporenlly: ace enterprising and industrious merchants who Charles. City
ton. I why the said Samuel should
stopping the teeth,having got greatly into debt punished,as the plantation court shall direct." earn every dollar they make by hard toil. f not receive his discharge and certificate H. Williams. aB, .nk-

: bas,we understand, been trying u new composi.tioo I :: rupt. .,i

).' ,.' 1 ,'called ten pence in a pound, with which be A FLORAL CVBIOSJ'l'T.-Wc have often beard I Why are some ladies the very opposite of:I Extract from the minutes of the proceeding ;r And notice i is hereby farther given, thrt GseenlJOSEFU

i .. has succeeded stopping the teeth of his crediIT i. of a white blackbird, but never till now of a their mirrors! Because the one reflects with I Council : M., if caxAiDXX has been appointed by l&tf

ton.-Pntl. green' rose; yet such a one has been produced out talking, and the other talks without I 21s J August 1843. Honorable Court ASIIGXSK of the eatateof the aid"t

.i' .. in Bladen.I North Carolina. This change in'thc reflet ,1,1tang. .ResolDtd, that the Quarantine laws be rigidly Samuel.IK'Viihatns.and tbauaidlo.ep.b' ) .

:: to" The Secretary of State has directed tbe United color of tbe flower is supposed to have been effected ., from this,day till otherwise or. n.indez: revides in.the city of St. Anjurtiiie,is E tt
... by selling out common : dered. .Florida,and that letters for him paidskoud! b*
States Marshal New-York, to deiverup Christian a daily rose-bush DIATHS POSTTCSEIX-In a I (post .
: Gihnour Scotch in the spot from which a sumac bush bad just day or two after ,country paper, a I ; Reiolctd, That Dr. EDWARD COPPEE be I)t directed to him at that place
i" the murderess the British a,|hori.ties. I. ago a long list of marriages and Dated at St. AUlu. '. E. F.2Ist Augut.1843.
been removed and it is a hereby .e.
believed
That the loots and deaths appears the oppoinud Port Physician. ii CWrk.By .
: pf the two mingled_ft. O. i lice following strange no.1 : J AttestGEORGE R. FAIRBANKS::
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Picayune.
:- Several deaths i I J 1.B.DJMAS, JESSE Cterk.Anjust .
1 I unavoidably; deferred. t !'HClerk of the Council. 21 A. BRUSH, Deputy
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4th Attzal, 1842'' 'to 'tDMM PERMITS have been granted on SVR1'EYED Pervert I Dc' s f'Peradt I : I Nstssaf Drr--L Q.attatreetia t Toubslip. Rup_ ,Notice. .p I i

lands. -- WILL be sold at public sale at the foOowiag j

.henb.iy.n io the atria'or 639 10'th Jaly James W ti.ftdeni south Eut' 3 'Ien abandoned military posts;st".tbetilU"! f
.. App'ltc.nt. above mentioned who are dni acted, IQ tbe eaet.. 61' IUtb s weuly three I stated all the !! atxl I
NOTICE.Ut th. period o Usx YICO" ailowed b the July Reddint Tutee, Sr.utb Welt 6 len public buildings jmprjven ub al ..
said Act for roving &h. act that the 8eu lee 641 10th Jal obn a weary three e, each without the claims,'.if ol ; ad
t his b.s..4emmanced. s rd the pantculu Quarter Section whit ill.localed"i 644 S.adl". : Yortb lYe"t 3 ten s three regard to n7...' ;, tadividnals .
upon will renty e
: expire oa thl 10th Ju Henry Full.Dwiclto aoutb ta-the lands which they stand ihe
: .rakr, 18411 beiDI oos trolll the J East 6 IhirleeD upon pur-
1tjs'oo "
OSee 1 weq pr. to act a er the Law you day oa which the Reli.ter and. Receiver or th l 653 J 'hJa1 ly Joseph F Pln.n,. lorth Welt 3L tea I weary oe e chafers takiaall the risk if any va : .. '!L. ;'.
two
..&II.rer.re 12LbJDI.r Samail E fhriJl'1 No.tb Eat 30 weary e At Iliuno pJ.:E F. on the 22d of September- .
,.., bersby l'Iqaeatcd to file with the Register and Receiver at Newanstlle, Fluids.ODIf" 659 '''J.tbJllly lobo CarroU tbirteeD'- weal7 one e neit month. I '
""rs 1M aaid dill. atiata ory proof pursuant to the requifebtenll 660 North Welt 24 len t a \ .
'" of
law above meDtiOned. weary IWO e '
Such preersboald be the pphcaota ... .mdlYil UlbJal Wale, Black, Nortl.. Wed 6 Ibirteln' At Fort Fanning E. FJ!,on the 25th of September ..' F
un 661
CCtrroborated b the of went one .
teatimony Iwo or more di. J4th oha NeilL e -IIUt month. ; '
it.l and COIDpellat Wit :' Which prouf should give aU the particulars u to the Nutemeat- 67U Jal" Joba Sbcild. toutb West 'tbirtp.en twenty. once Al Fort Wacatsas E.. F. [ .,
4aI..r 5 CIOmmeDCeIMI't....!description of the ocular l.lhJllll' ou'h Welt 10 tnrrttrn on thu27lh of Septem
676
pe QlJarter Section OD which G made. a tw'lnttwol ber month. -
l'ioomoll -next
J6tbJul E
Wi&Mtl the proof rreaai iD tb.fongoing it filed oa or before the data' 'the 677 Zipptrirejr. North Weal 34 "yen a fifteen ]r' F
IpeClfiecl, .
Applicants will 1 At Fort Wheelock
J5tbJ.I oba" E. F. the 29th of '
....iullti< jui ry Thom. J Zippererv, !Nortb Eat ole"n. I I 'rt '
II 679 15tbJul use b E Z ; 5lteen. At Cedar Keys.-E. F- on the 26th of' '
... & ) p i pperere, :Joutb We.t 3 twelve fifteen September:- V
e
month
ubn" next .
15lbJul1 Zipperer.ar. North East 8 twette (
D w f/ PIN l., 'N... l Att,u.. Tarter scin ___. '. Balfe, 681 21'D 15th July Willu'n I Han. :5uulb East 24 lea- fifteen(.eeD. The sales,except that ot Cedar Keys, will:: take .
sly William D place under the direction !.M I
Audrew, soutl- Eat 'twelve captain Hill, I last. .
15tbJ I '' fi
= July Fread.V Durrea ce, South Weat 3'elewen fiticea Quarter Master United S tats Army: and al Cedar t

SIft" Deoelbber j oho.Frederic"k .Im-- South W..t 21 .Thirteen South Twenty k 15Lb JIIII Seabora J Sandyi I NettbEart IbirttClu I fifteens Keya under the direction :of Lteat.J. O.'Btlibaak,or ;j liDOCTOR : f : .t,

J' III December. William Turner, ', Suuth Eat 14 Thirteen I wanly two e :: )SlbJul, AIrd H.ao( .4ortb E..t Y Ihirl.en I twenty twenty e some other officer of ihe army. I f .. r rr = .

11 II" December Edwud Denbl.on. South Fold 34Twetve, I 69U 15th Ju'y Ehuberb tb.a, south Welt I Ihirleeo e r ,THO.F.HUNT. [
It 1t4 Daniel Wilaoa. North Welt : welre twenty one., e 15Ihul f y Daniel B lIoI1a-. South Weet II el a I tweet r e Lt. Col..and UePt7' Q. M. Gen. :"
I ere
U1 twenty o e e I '
i7' December'I I oba G&11a&b.r. south 'Weal Eleven, I twenty IWa e = 1S'hJIII, William J Tnraer, South West 24 Ihirteen. twauty three two e Deputy Q. bl.'Genl's office. I ;,

so 31st December I John Cbriut'r f'beroa. South East Twelve I nineteen .. 696 17thJul7 R bert Davis, ortb EUI Ir: .&thirtaeo twenty two e St. Angrmine I 9.1843.: $
'I SblDeeember Mica Dixon J7Lh July Kenry A Wickwtie. \WeDly e I
Douglas, 8oa' West Twelve s nia.teeD' 709 31 ten three DENTI TRI.
Sl Slut Dec .ber amee Croab,. South Vest i6 Twelve I 7.5 J8lb!ul.1 obm tJ! Heck ; South Last q.:; len, iwar.ty 0 I'
31 tecember. G&rner. I"eal" J9th July" Martha D..peer. I twenty IWo; e VAN PATTEN (of Wt>ti6iagtoa- .
Slat arm. South East 1.'wII". I twenty s r 716 B 'or N. W. 1 tltlua I two ; %
34' WJ.DU&rJ obn D. Yoaar. tomb Eat 27 Twelve twenty e2nd 71" 19tbu1J J.mea Cbiam North Ebt 29 twette tweiaty agreeable to public notice s

S hurray I George W Pie.t. North West Twelve a', weary e 7J9 19tbJal1 David Mizell, South We'l tin .I tweet twenty e At last arrived and taken c. very pleasant and ai- t,,

35 dJisearY William Priest. Twelve I nineteen s 72(1 J9th July amen Joboson South W ell 23 tft'el.e. r twoe ry suit of rooms at Mr. Hedric 'New Hotel he t i '

I 7l"l 19thJul 7 Oean; AI Patrick, North East 26 twelve Iwen'11 will now without further delay wait upon suck tli
8 Iweat
I
739 2OcbJul1 Charles 8xeet. South Wall 7 tbirtrea r as desire his services. \

January e..Cr..ford North West Twelve. twenty e e 744 2 1tt Juty I Michael serery, oath West 2 thirieett a I ;ncoty one e He is fully prepared 'and flatters himself j hat !
22d twauty e
.1 Jsouary Emanuel Cn.rord. South West Twelve twenty e 145' ltd J ul y .uathew Ct.elHr, Sourb West IJ twelve a nfteete be is fully competent to'perform all that has ever : .
d DcUo1Du.r o.iab 8eckingtr. South East 2 Thirteen 746 July Olniel LYDO, South Weat 2
I nineteen twelve been
e I fifteen performed by the skilful 1
e most of his
G t2dull obn Chel..r pro. r
,
Ccla lunaar Beujamin Crew. southEttt 35 Twelve D 747 South Eart 2 Iwel..l. tt
e 6f'en. s sion. He will
twenty
48 -imua'Vi.on.! s2dJnly Wit ham Scott, at any, rate be pleased to con-; 1
Ja.url South Eart Thirteen I etthteea 741:5: !! North East 2: thirteen.. wu'I.lbree suit such ;
6t January Bernard 8 Rmoltea, Twelve .D 750 2'ld J ul Ialy William 0 TbomuJ; South East: I thirteen as' have defectye: teeth or such as barn f f'j
twenty e
19 2l a mss J Connell 'tnty t h tee ost either a part or all of their, natural ,
fa January uba Dj"e.. North East 4 Thirteen. twenty e 161 J North West 1. thirteen I ones and f,,
C4 kisnusry \Villillll Mips. 21 Twelve's twenty 752 t22d July George Houston, o..lbV.it 24 twelve! h\8uty two if poss.ble be will insert a perfect and faultless i.

II 100IaJ..ar HHnr1 Aalw, J Twelve I twenty e e 7M 22J July Barrel T.or! dontlr Ea.t 21 thirteen I twenty sweaty e set or partof asctos I'tItnayrequire' in.most ca. -, f'\ .

'67 1..llflUI" ames 0 Jones, South Eatt II thirteen I nineteen s 756 Y4tkuly William H Cohen, North East :14 el"en. twratrtbree arse e ses he can substitute such teeth as will not be t de -. 1

:0 t6tbIaoury I amea'I ttruu, olJlb West 14 thirteen I twenty twos 7 57 ,24th July Curtis Carrot North Eat 2E tblrt.en twenty onee I tested as artificial and 'will be very useful |ice : .

71 16tIa J..ar" George Tnnet., South West .:l"l thirteen I twenty two e 7St; 24t1.Jllll' Ulcbard D Price NOflh..Ea.t 2: I thirteen mastication and articulation. j ; y
1S Ja... William North ,24t1iuly AIe Rodde.berr1 ,twenty one e ; .
16&JI Dallieb .w ,
Eaet South
FJ. ven I (weutr two e ; Eat 2 i thirteen Aching or, offensive teeth of ; ,
teeth
,4 Wtlliaml tweutl one e or fangs I
)6th Jaarwy I Wile, D.Die. 80Qlb Ea.! Eleven twenty twos 760 4tbJnl y" Bryan, North Welt 33 thirteen extracted with skill and .
II 24lb July Orll on Bench went) one e ease t ] .
amen Pie) East 1 771
t8thianuuy Soi&Ih thirteen I 3.outh 'Ve.1 3u thirteens Diseases .
twos
twenty of the ,
1U thJul William Wcat Twenty one e thrnnt,Glands of them tb '
J..II' .lDull! EiCle, South hail Ten: I twenty twos 77l Norlb Eut ''I-i: thitleen i of the ,
'JU ii3i Jaauer .EIlZbelb H..Lkark, North Wrist Ten twenty Iwo 773 i4111 jllly sae ETbiwu, iortb E..I J thirteen h'eo.lwo I or gums speed ily; corrected. ,:

JU1i3d JIDaa'1 I i I James Ian.. Noth'Ea'st' .31 Ten I twenty three e e 714 24th July. Nicholas Tbomes! I, Routh E.st l'7 twelve I I twet.ty three e Entrance theoffic", by the private door ad. .,*, '\

J6t aIIla.lI.rl I eme.C liuwren, SoutbiVest thirteen twenty I 776 2&lb July ames M Dickinson I.. North Fart 3z thrteea \vehl1 two e joining thes'oreol btr.1 edt tcl<. .. V !
r
J76 WdaJ..uar" Coraeliu4 Berber, North East II el.tun s twenty twos 7dl 14th July Samuel Snider, North WeAl 2" thin ea s wetsty, one e Office hours from 8 A. M.to IUD Ie,. :, V V V'

1811 tb JaDar 7 Warren Heanill North Welt 31 thirteen I twenty one e 713:; J 5tb July Martha R nidaulht,, North Wr.t 31 Iblueea t .awful} olle 41 aug 1<1. :
lei went e
let February Couuetl blokes, oulb Eatt t4 ten I 705 25tbuly Wtlhllm Connell North East I V Ii' :
thitl'een
two
J90 hatch James Piton, doulh Laid 4 thirteen twenty e .7C6 25th J..Iy ame.T Ceonell, North West twe..l r Iwo e "OCK'S V j V
191 twenty 2!alb A H lhirle..n I twenty two ; !
Eater
Ilhreb' W liaua Cnny. eenr. South Welt 1 Ibirteeh" fIO".l J July North East 2a ., Ve
twenty e thirlel
1 V. l93 Uarth I Jrrree D. Dke., uuth) Welt 22 thirteen I twenty 803' .25lJqrdy Clams Sbrro":, North Welt 21 Ihirte..n a'a twenl y two e I .. 1'V :

194 .March r I I James "fitcb, duuth E.d 2diirttea2 twenty e W iSlbJlaI, Israel Sherouse. North EIIII 21 thin eu I twenty V. v, ...: / S I
,1Iare1a' i: George J Car" south \Yeat thirteen twenty e 811. 2&b July ep1u I Hiatiubottom. South Wut 27 Iwere a wencr I .,; :
a "I
196 h.eb i William Curry. jr, North Eaet 14 thirteen twenty e cl3 26b Ju1T Jim I R 0.11, Nnrth We.t 17 Ihlflet'a twenty two a : 1. I

March tenrge Sawle, North West 3t'. twelve nureteen e .. tjU 264 July Andrew ;JcClellaa'l North \\. lIt l:, Ihirtep.n I I wanly 8

1$2 Marry, I George Pdoll. North East thirteen I twenty e dig 2Gtbrly ohn 8 Li.t, south West 9 tbirtP'n twenty e I// t
I
b U.rtll i Dsnirl llJarrel'', outb Weft J thirteen I nineteen e ttll 26tbJly Thomas W Sweet, South Ea.t II thinesn I"Tenl' e .- -

=: k March bel.j.mill Gra..tham, loath Welt J thirtton nlleteeu: e 81Y 261hJuly John FdDla, North last 6 elneu. ttterry e

IOtb M.rch Juba G Damper, 8.utllV lIt lit eleven two 83 26th july IJoDlel U Filman, NflflbWe.t, WtIlIY two e ,

471 $Otb Starch I arnt:1 Bevil). duulh It eat I'l eleven s twenty twenty two I e t'.au ltirhuty !ewes PUI', North Wert thirteen alarm a trren,J two e !f! yV : I I'

t7d 13l &hrr.h' ,, Mar, 11.11. 30 len I twenty tiuee tjJI YbJu1y Hurivou Clunk, Nnnh"Wert 81 Thirteen t"en'Je AH* .'

,' t9i 13thifaeh : tViI lhaw IleU 3t1 ten I twenty Ihlee e. tfJJ 27t1I uly \y.lhlt':" Julius. sea south West 30 twt ire a weutr e ,: I '
i9I 18'b March Rtrllllfd Howard, Sooth East 301 twelve a loVenlY e .3 V1 271'IJ.'I'y' Cbarlt Rusch North Nest I 111 I twenty one e r 1.S'
:ne e thirteens
1.1b Much I \Vilhlln II Mearll, NurU t Edt ,j twe" f 8J5 27tb July ,\UI"I UI E Alo.Ju'l orth Elllt 14 twenty ODe e. ;
tweetf line twelve: .
e ; 4 y.
333 l 18th 1t..lcb F.lioch HollillJlworlh, South Well 41 I thirteen I eighteen f':3d bat; ) 7thJ..ly SolomtinGodwra! Sonya bier: 21 twelve l\'Ve.ly' one e $1I1l ,
24lb clash L"'odocinr At Neil, Norah We'l tl twelve a 8$7; 2ib jolt Willis Cbambarlunt ,80"lhVelt 2-1 twentyoaee
'3d Sulumcn hlotxl Wejl 2d/, twenty ono e .b Jly Usury Lancaster tell. \yeltl'two e IirMD I f.
3t> April Iwel.-e. twenty two Norih Eirrt eleven rOt. )
e
r'r fifteen
Std 8thpril I ttbrahatn 6 Wen 1 twelve I fourteen e t41 Y7th July buwiw 11 eeb, Norlll F.II+I 1// ten. I has i I.i I.
:19 141b April .;:.Ia Outer, North West 91 ten 8 tilteeti bU 27tt.jul, CSb.qal aldler) SOlatia Eat isteeu I THIS preparation now stood the test of
c twelves
15th April .. )oho C HopI, No ta! f.l.1 81,ten a fifteen! e ty43 271b July' Ben'amm.ltldls. North E..t 27 twelve twenty e i (' years' trial, and is confidently re I

} Jb April Jrotee .1nrn.'r. Xorth ti'erl r Ihlllep.u a p xi b July Whitens Irboker.j Snrth'Ea5t 3'1, I Twenty commended as a safe and effectual medecioe for ; .j '
.weity fj ten
,. WiILm JCI 2' i7 JhnTo\YIJklld. a tireatr Ihr.e e expelling worms from the I .
e BtbJuiy
3p 15W-4\Iril 'lInn. twelve S '\0\-1 e South \V..t twelves fificei system. The one*. ; :
... 3$ 1711a Alml{ AbMrlcut \V Juwer, B.uth a.t .' twehe as twauty e blitl 28 h)uIJ! bodldf, Sheruuse North Best 101 thirteens ampfed success that has attended its adminb- : t '

3.74:7d I7tb A pn'' Simpson JOh"'II, S''JUlb East 3 thirteen s 'Ih'l"'n e tSlil t 2IJtbJu.y: ; J..me" 8 Harvey, Norlh West 271 relre 'twenty I tration. in every case where.the natieat was tea t ,

''. 17th April 1'J'u J".!tuson North \\ e..1 21) Iweh" a :wtI'7 e, 53 29it,July Jobo 8 Par.llch, SlIrh 'Yeat 2r: i ca I 1 fifteen tWf'ltty'two e nlly afflicted with worms, 'certainly. ,readerS! it :'.

S.5 224 April Z"ch.i Darin,. u'lhV es l 2 ,wtlve. fif.epu e tiller WhJuly l:8wl.. D..I.. Soolla lat I/twelve I Ihnnlylbree e I worthy the attention of'Pb'' iclaru.* .** { ;
rld April ; .U.uben Cerbatt. oulh Vtc'.t U ten tlaii:! d anelHudsou. ;o"lbV Ht The
'
36 three 29llrj'UIY uvel-e. prnprictor has
meaty i 6. made it
IIhn taentytbre e I a point to ascer-: ; '
forth tali 29 yL I :5every, '
4011 )IIIt.! ..r Davis. : ,ten 8 I\o\'el ty UueOl e loath R'eat 3 tbirteen taan.h.OflJ'tC- in .., '
'Ji1 49tt a Twenty e MO oueh-cttaear V _. .
""ell lacame' ii
Berill
\I Norlh' jury T
,
lilt Ala :" : 80rlb Weat 11
within
two tbirteen his 1 I
i. e I.
4117 a nineteen knowledge and
: 1J..n 1r13 :: 1Villiam U Qranrh e ., observatioa ond ho ki
8t.b 4\lay I e F Guyer Nllltit Well JO thirteen a twcnl--Iwu 29hJIlIY << North Welt 7 thirteen .
e found .
4uj; ..0.1 'JQd Simeon I\\'ebly ou" e invariably it to d
.ul. pr COJhelDalf1al1 --
b' North WOO' lbirtyn anaf,,'swve linney, North Fart 28 V : I'
4'19' 8'1 Iltiryf I North EllIt 14 tililrcen .81 a r 3htJIIIY --"r'H..t. ru twelve twenrytwo effects-not unfrequently: after nearlf* lfie '. i
I tSi"munt Zeckarayeckr s twenty two e +!b6 SblJllly ::>Iepben u.mpur, r.'J"I.'Y..Fyv'! \etr- ,, :.
413"B i urlb Welt 12 ,t: 9 W 'lifyemfllt' ilirtJ'cxorpt\ >''arai+rwJ reoot rstd far ttt4tms
h 11 "Ie\"ea. "
t\TO. lobn
My 'e. Ki'lgJey, twenty 7 3"t i Cury 80nllt Weill 2.) i
81 twelves
\nineteen 0 out
416 In'h "y I I : Carltol;, 3J len a twenty three.e, ';688 Slat ul l Stepben Fapnn. South 1Vest Ihirtee..s permanent advantage. This fact h ''Y '
) r
M .Jrlb \Vl..t'thirleen. 'Iwealyemutel the certificates and statements. b'.
411 I Iss1ldacJurroisnhn s twenty nile e ,lleNaLb, Norab Ea.1 10 teu I u _
12th clay ..Jotephlo.y; ; outh %'VeYt 5 Ibirhtt' I twenty one e itxeutrthre e e respectable persons hidi1f'ereDt parts of the t ;it<

4ti.4t3 1I..1a Mal I I Daniel 1 Conyer.. Sorth !:art 12 elcS\en a ttteutr two e JOHN PARSONS, Recdta. BAMUEL RUSSELL country-and should induce families always tto

415 Iith May TUalvlhy AId fUlan' f j eleven I twenty three e Rrgisttr. keep a vial of the preparation in their poses, ", :t .

f.pbrbllli Man N.tth East 7 UIrteen! weuty ones siou. Iris mild in ita '
ey NOTE.-The ratioo&Ddp1&Y 'Iministt'led !
particularsns to the Settlement beady .
should ,
be the time when ,
4tG13tb'M. couch West cultivation
8
Comme
.. scab was>
lU..ne.J: toareen s twenty one I .-
y need the kind of with perfect safety to tho most deli- '
Welt 4 Cnp CUllivDled-nut"tK-r |hr Acres in Cultivation the kind t
13lh Ala, William H rooks, NNurh tlneo' I t.weallblee of tenement .
4:1i: infant.
: J3ah "., Conch s anals. Weft It twelve fifteene Erected-number of person composing the zunily-discrimilloting' between Adults andC lilt cale I

431 .ISlh "mea tU Daniele, )orlb Enst lUllwehe I I fifteen' drcn males and ulcs-\\'bte: oud co lored. August 14. The following testimony of its good effect! en I '
434<< May North West 19 o off.neJ.ltltAepu I ,
IS.h Je re Klli i Sh t. twelve s lllen! e j i '
435
l3th'Mar Kailtit, Sou Well I twee a aneeu e l I do certify that I have used two viab of B. /f. ,

437 15tb May S.el Knight Ni.rth E..t W :weve. fonrtoen e Fahnestock's Vermifuge in my family'with re* t.

438 J5th May Herman S Lane, North. East 4 twelve fteen e Notice to applicants under the Florida Armed Occupation act of the markable success. one of my children about t

i 4 15di at' Mathew E Jonee 9 I'eln I fifteen e 4tJi August 1842 to whom two years! old discharged fifty worms, from; oDe + '

.40 15.. May Enoch COIliUR, 6 twelve a fifteen e PERMITS were granted for settlement.on and a hal inch to siz inches in length and the .,.

111<< 15thMar Wilham \V tepheD', ;month Oath East Fart It J Iweh.e I I fifteen e Lends which were NOT SURVEYED! at the dates of such Permits. other,about five years discharged thirteen \, :. I'

I. CU' one Kniaht- south East 3:' twelve twelve s 6neeD NOTICE is berebv given to the claw! of Applicants above mentioned that the Plata of the large worms, about one foot i in length and the, ',-
\Iollzo D I twenty e .
15th Aoycs :
.
I Mai described have been size of a man's little finger besides a number of t'
4'
15th May Daniel Chne ro. torch lint twette: I twenty one Trwnsbips duly cnrliefid! and returned by the Surveyor. V.
4-it Oat 17th Ntephea C Petra, -oulh East 1 tbirteenn nineteeo C General to the District Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE, E. Fn and that the period of "ONE small ones. JESSE H. BE lAN. '!i ,

4, J811& M'l .a..yiUe Bnill, Hor. North East I, thr&lfD! a nunetee YEAR"'allowed by the said Act fur proving the| ;'fact that the settlement has been commenced, I NevtlcJ. Deeemter 30,1843. 'I

.4 6;, 19th May Garrett Devill. North Lest J2 thlrteea ninetoea e nnd the particular quarter section upon which it is located," relit expire at.the dates opposite the O TAIS Medicine for sale by B. E. CARR '

, I J9th I t.e I Vanzlat. Vortb East lweIre I twisty two e Townships described in the annexed List. Those applicants, therefore, whose settlements nre 4-. co. I r. l

467 9tta' Flan C.awrnrd p.rriab North Edt twelve I twenty two e within any of those Townships,are requested to':file with the Register and Receiver, at NEWMANSTILL I .,

C6d 19th May William! Funk South North West W..i twelve s twenty two e Florida, on or before the said dates., satisfactory proof pursuant to the requirement of law Charles jRe&feH, j !
1.480 19th obn Cannon: IWII" I twenty two e above mentioned. .
May V
been ;; and
.. West duly qualified comma i.
J
I I 4 481 :! MIS May, Joseph t'a' Lriel W.ter.\Vater, iNurtb 1 Welt 1 twelve twelts .a 6f fifteen tea a e SUCH disinterested proof should be the Ap 1ic nt's own affidavit, coroborated by the testimony of two or I HAVING an AUCTIONEER, for the city pr. .' ;

2.1d ackaeal J,ihn son South \V.I.t thirteen I eighteen e more competent witnesses which'proof should state all I the particulars as to tbe St. Augustinei' offers his service to his 'friends' .t f

I 486' 3i M,7 i ; Valentine Maunty::' North East thirteen I twert7 one e settlement, and give the designation of the particular quarter section oo which it is made. I and the public., Business entrusted to his can

I A : 7 U.it.trslire proof required in the foregoing is filed before the dates shall receive prompt attention. '
.. nJ 111 II Serb 8 Prevllt, eleven s "CUll tlJreo. on or specified, tbe V : J'
'.. i3d May F3irha R Preratt !' eleven I t twenty Ibree: e cants will forfeit. ,all right, title, and claim' to Land under their Permit. APPh.1, July 24. 18i3. i .
: North Eat..t 3, I 3
:
hey AlI"auda M Bleacb, twelve I !la.ineteeti. o w. lIVES
I 51S' 41tb24th llq Jos"rh 8 Gill forth Wed 6 twelve I tsittten! e Date Oft or before 1l11&icl& the Proof nj 8t111ernent nrus tbe I t

r' 2.c1 i May I olio A O.teen, eleten :tweatJ three a.o Tcnnu ip. Rang pld, pad the particula Quart Section Je.cribtd. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT U /

I 51'2.'u I6: M Em"RII.11I Martin, South North East Eau, 23 thirteen a, :twenty two I St. AugUstine, Flo., '! :

h May I Rcdd7a Turner Eta 17 thirteen i twenty twlohrr I :Twelve Thirteen June 29lh. IS<<. W ILL practice in the several Courts of -
29th Nay J ZipPf"rere. South twelve I fifteen 'rhirtl".o Eastern District ''of Florida. "
=1 Thirteen June 29lh 844. Any businessentrusted V
1 ,
I ''s 30th Nay i i Iflctua II Johnson, ANorte4rtb Ehaa.rt fourteenstghleeng! s Fourteen Thirteen June 29lh 1844. to his care will be promptly! attended!G. ; : 1
&t7: :i 31st Vin-on JohalOD. fnurt.ea i e 'I :
May
MayS ;
Fifteen
Thirteen 4.
Ninth West June .
29th. 18U.
B Johnson fourteen bteen t
At. e ,
&
.
:: "I" y Isaac "outh East Twelve Fourteen +
Hllvett. ( : thirteen nineteen June 29h.! 18U. .Notice. :
I '
3t.ttinMay I I West 2.. Thirteen i
South
\V Hawr thirteen tw FaTrteen June 29lb. 1844.
530 George I went, o
s I'i sold at ale the
public at United States >
lit J I V Sobn outh wt 11 eleven I rwonty two e Tbirteen Fifteen I June 29th, 1844.A WILL in this ;.
the 6th .
tau GarberuG East City, on ITefantsy, !
orlb
:
546 6t J I' ; North East thirteen a tWlnty J JOHN PARSONS, ,Rerei er. I i SAM'1.. RUSSELL ilay of September next i I lD alb. SUNDRY ARTfCLE3 4JESSE ftl '
I 10th Jane PeterII DDavs". I elfl.6ft"l e Registeee r. OF PUBLIC PROPERTY, which '' -.
SO 12tbJags I Corneha.Jobal, South East thirteen i twenty to I among '.f
from
,r Gamel NohriEast I NOTE.-The particulars as to the settlement should be :-the. time when cultivation are I I 41 '
thirteen
50 Rnrk. a weary onl was com
558' 13th'1::: .. ichAnt: P Godwin, JoUlb East tea I wenty two.fl4' ee menced-the kind of crop cultivated-number'of acres in cultivation kind of tenement 15 to 20 2 excellent'3 WAGGONS MULES, well broke to bar. i
ness. ur I
J9th Jane bleGee. sNottb Eat I. thirteen went, e el'fcted-numbr.r persons compoSing family ; discriminating between adults and children I ;
And
other articles .
b60'19iblane I! [. ..... Vreeattt oulh: East thirteen twenty e males and females, whites and colored. Aug.14 damaged.some (Tool, &e,) more or Us : ,,

I flGJ 20tbJacea.l9tkJ, i aobn.C N Ricbard., ; North 3oth East East 24 J thirteens thlrteea! twenty wenty twos two.6fQ' r '::1_ ..... Terms of sale Cash ; :specie and, its equivalent. V .

ray iOtb Jane I : b R Itichard. ";,outh Wut 11Mrtee. I we.t, ODe e For -- THO. F. HUNT :' i .1
Sale /
I I6G 2.1+1 Jace I ''Geof<
f I r.oa{ 2ld' .' I ewes iwa J. South East I, 29, twelve I twenty e ONE fifth share of an undivided tract of fine is hereby given, that on the 2Cih Deputy. Q.. M. Genl's, Ornce.3U > 1 f. .
1670 i Wil:1II1I loath West 28 situate on the St. John's about NOTICE dll.f Augmtine 1)1
lithhiaas RJllddiaC thirIH s wenty one e Uiyer 13 will Public Any. 4, 1843.:\ 4 ;
20 expose AaC
OD'.IOlhe
North Welt : miles from tbe Bar, aboul '
containing 1500
V 2&h Jams oel, W Redding. Unrteea I twenty 005 acres 'V.
; highest bidder, for in lotlln
cash suit
5b71t parchuers A. i
I .re h tot: N"rtb East thtrtee' twenty ODe e more or less, known by the name ol Newcarlle., All the PERSONAL; BRUSH, ; .
7V :: p \Ve. of it baa been under : PROPERTY of the late ADAM JUSTICE .
portion
jeaeade ahn Brooksortb thtrteen twenty one e cultivation and is in COOPER. dtceaRd,of Nassau OF THE PEACE ;
.
County, at his .
27th Jnne Arthur W Bell, South Eut tbirtHa tweotytwoe every respect adapted for a snperior plantation ; oo Iste residence opposite this Court House ANDNOTARY ,. ,
south Weat ill here is a of l lire ok. For consisting I
quantity particulars
three e
61b79 tea I
:3 icly: Pyre 1 .: wenty to GEO. L ap-/" of head of prime CATTLE also some HOGS, a PUBLIC 1 t t.ST.
I 614 hi : Barrel North Nest ten twenty two e ply ,, PHILLIPS HORSE and sundry other articles. The axle lobe- AuGTJsnwz -
E. F.
South East 1
eveateen l1teea' s i
113 ,
3d lsl William Peaoinlton 10 o'clock 1
J gin at A. MZEPII. t
I ai'.end .
I 118 3d '.1, EI'brall (;nhnn, South West J thirteen went J' twO e L Notice, KINGSLEY Eiecutor. WILL punctually to all business connate .
619 lleall South E..&. J thirteen I vieDl, three hereby given Thai TWO MONTHS fer St with the above offices which may he en '
.3d Jdy. Ihenry IS date, Little Mary, Nausu County, / trusted to his i' I
413 ,3d Jail Joseph Mlle"! Nor,b East ten I wenty two e the snbseiiher a, Administrator of the Estate; 29th Jnne 1843. \ will charge. Conveyancing and other wiitmg '
be drawn
North Writ ten I twenty two e ANTONIO HUF.RTA8 np with neatness and despatch. t
,
s 6343dJaly; Daniel Gi'Ik tt. deceased will .'reseatl .. lIT: I I
82S 5th Jny) John aadht South w..t thirteen twenty e his accounts to the Honorable Judge of the County" maiilb.RaToajiDArof Courllhe3J.Atoutay iD every ,

618 ::6th Jal 7' i Richard Ridangbt' SeutbV eft 2. thirteen a .eatl s Court, for adjustment and siutiee is hereby rurt'terlriveD. FOR SALE ,,3t July 107| ',.. ,,4 ;

128 Wi itiam IS lIt, NutGi East ten wenty threes that SIX MONTHS afterdate I will apply f.ir.. City Lob. upon one is a substantial TO RENT t

as ,&hJnIJ l j.e.o le Raw North FoUt 3-1 Ihirleea nineteene a final dismissal as amid Administrator t nl which' THREE dwelling and nut houses the whole liar I, -. )

Q& 10tJ July W.U.Vlut on, North East 27 thirteen a itbteea all persona interested will please to take notice i Orange'rree.fit fur bearing. For particulars enqiurcCEO. reml''rece tI.oceapiedb, Nathaniel c. R I'TilE
,
C'310tia/ lal" I 3atnut 1 Sanders, J tell : s wanly three JOHN M. FONTANE., Admiaistntor]t j ,' of U PHiI,Lied. I ly Apply Esq. Possession can be had immediaiav :t J !
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I DR. GLOVER'S,, The XeW .Uirr r, I I I WILLIAM Q,1JlnKSSIo. i T1E'i a cH&OZIZCLEOF, : ,, ; : ,I ofFa.skIOU and LI1eia1ur: >, I
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; : UfBELUSHED M[TH AN elljc .Bittev STtneture i a.k
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XVEET HUHBIE
: ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS Itie TirfJInie1d f JLiierature i*
ORIGINAL AND EXQUISITE DESIGN ON p O l'S, The Cheapest and most Ekt MaJK&t

I I FOR THE CURE INTERMITTENT. FLYER 8Tt: L. A' Remedy for Dyspepsja.:0 .. and the Stage; IN TKB "" .-/.IT i

I OR FEVER AND AGUE. ALSO. REMITTXNTANP *- :- TWENTY COPIES, ,FOR TWENTY .
: 'I ,; BILIOUS, ,FEVERS. EDITED BY GEORGE P. MORRIS.: Y PE PIA i is"a symptom, or rather',aggregate II EMBELLISHED WITH EVERY stENDJD, STEEl ENGBAVING3.PUBLISHED MORNING.. DOLLAR!,\
;
? ( t, 'dift".ience Illustrated, by J. Q. Chapman., wb is engaged D 'of ymptoms,'Indicating disordered state' of 4.T Jioi. I, URCLAI' STRZKT., THIS elegant' and ppolu' Ldy'* Magi f
THER&'ifWll1litiJ between Remit exclusively the WorA.' the digestive organs. Thence: arise nervousnesa. uneasy I commence a "imagndiceace

f nt' Bilious Fever. They Terms-TURK DOIXAES per ant um-Single unrefreshing sleep acidities blhonnomlLlng, RICHARDS, PHOPIUITOR. with the January'issue-al'CI

! -I J are produced'bl.lb-.luDecaaM., and differ from eacb'other number 6! cents. nausea,or disrelish for plain food chilnen, clammy lOIN j taining three Engravings'of the most, nlth.: )

only in ihi grade or violence and the duration 'the course of a few weeks, undersigned mouth.foul tonge, not dry skin, reltJ ..aen.langoar William, T. Porter, ,EDITOR.THIS pensive character. The publisbar ha* exp rhaetd., fi

uf the paroxism. will commence. on his own aceot nt, the publication bead ache, flatulence, depressed spiritaconatipationof -I duningthe past ;.year the '.most oDqoalfd {ne'nd --" '
The iithtoL1cb occur in the early or forming of a new series ef too New YO K'MianoR, in the bowels.diarrhea, and generally all those uncomfortable ,well known ,weekly publication, which a enter upon'the new year "it !

to Mage ofJIcfflittfntFavers. are neatly, the same aa th* octavo form.,on an entirely novel I,and origin sensations which are usually termed BILIOUS established by its present Editor 'to outstrip all eotamporariea.; der* )

: those that occur In intermittent. Languor, drowsiness plan, with a Steel engraving in every number, and and are dyspeptic symptoms. commenced' ita 10181 volume D'te; 4th ,of Th embellishment (orthenewvJDmart.G11t"

a sense of anxiety, aching pairs in the back at the reduced price of Three Dollar ber annum, or Tbeae are the ordinary symptoms of dyspepsiabot March, 1643. It is a sheet of the class! mOltplendie jind costly

and head and extremities) are the 'symptoms which 64 cent per copy. j i if circumstances accur to favor ita development. such containingtwelve: ye'larg..t ,on variety and executed by the first aitiitufe tw

i I d.ootetthe (orJ natipn,jor, approach of this disease : The New MIBROK will appear with}many striking II' sedentary employment, grief or anxiety lover indulgence l linen paper of the impria.qaart on'good ype.- country"'can produce 'Tr>work ha been tie taxS-

;. t Flight chill* are often among the .indications oftbia and attractive features, distinguishing; it from every I in eatioz drinking, dyspepsia of.a more It is embtllUhed with the largest and boat highly favorite, and this imputation it i continue to, -inthaw. d
\ fever.' These are '& .d.whh alternate flushes other periodical. will b* published with ,asCw i dangerous character will be produced, and other ay nvoma i ished ENGRAVINGS ON ever Issued fin.l tain. ;thecbaracter of it literature will .

,. j of bea4 which increase* in', duration antil they predominate type on fine paper, and each number wilt I;contain a'I ante, the countenance looses ts freshness the a periodical in the United TEELt.- JTho last three u Jence-. I.to comtnend*_ espciallj to ea tbe, .. :

I wholly, and "the, fever, ia formed and,com* beautiful original engraving on Steel,designed and : rame and mind their activity aud vigor; and other volumes contained superb Portraits ole following sex, ,It WIUCCDtl articlefrom the, most popnEr'T'"' .

f pletely developed: S etched by Chapman illustrating the letter press, diseases follow in its tram. distinguished and IMPORTED designed and pleasing 'of the day on every variety'tf. ,
\iiter
The fever: beijigestiblisLia I the pains in the bead. will invest with This pomesses the peculiar advantige AHIRIC.1 HOlE. 'Ij
1 i which it accompanies and which it preparation constlt.e tei'
back and lower'extremities'' bceouie' greatiy 'aggia- peculiar interest. Besides the contributions' of all of removing prnnnry cause of this disease by im. accompanied with complete Memoirs giving the: the cultivation1 of the home virtues. Hence, ';\
? ated. extensive of correspondents-which embraces \ parting vigor and healthy action.to the organs of di- the stories will be of character ':' .
our corps Pedigree, ,Characteristics, and nf each a practical dometc :
I The eyes generally! aasnme ayeUowiifh appearance.. most of the tal nt of this country-we have | g eitioD. It thun. relieves bowel complaints, intermittent I with incidental notices of their Perror.alce. &c. from)the pen of our best Ffmale Toe ,** .
: The becomes covered with a whitish coat in tran.latlon.rom' or bilious fevers, chilnes, and all the dis ', ier.
tongue
and ague
fresfi
made arraniementa for early The Engravings, correspond in size fibteen inches .literary l matter will not be the reflex of any r;
the first atage, 'which change l,to a yellowish, brown ( some of the best {writer of France, and for I treating effects Dycepsia. To persons prevented: b Thirteen! ) with those annually putj L'sbed in LonOaki i mind; but will tont i in the choicest productions m.t i

1 "..Sar wbich becomes.ofadajK brown color! in the ,latter: proof sheets from several of the popular autb'6ra of, from Ukiogsufficient exercise, the STOMACHIC don y of the Winners of the Derby, and St.- Galaxy of Female r Writers. The effort shall still be .:
of,the fever. Frequetly there ia nausea .aud I BITTER TINCTURE will be found beneficial ,
>
tage niuenals adwith: such able highly "
I EulantJ.Vtb such and: have been executed in line, on to render the wdri an indnpensible. to the boudoir of -
L nmiLiD Sle,1
witk bilious .ger.
6 aickneua'tIbe.tornaCh.' : ', fellow-laborers in the literary vineyard, we hope to as a cordial and exhilirating tonic, rendering un expressly for 'Ibis Paper from Original Pictures every 1adyoftasto in the land ; and. tnerrfort.'mt :
BEla'lBKS.CPON: I INTERMITTENT present to the American reader weekly journal ofgreal necessary! the tod frequent use of Drastic Cathartic' 'iu oil by the most eminent ArtisMLACK .:- : ita literary matter alone hall be compiled Tor''their .
4 ; I' AND'REMITTENT BIL1UU .FEVERS.' value and nuusuut {excellence.- !The parade ofuiere : which are too often resorted to for temporary rehu A1AUIA. i i ate, but it will domain' Monthly Fashions elegantly v
The attention of the iuye.ntrr of,this Medicine was I avoided. The "''Mir and followed by injurious .
w names will be sedulonsly consequences. The' of the,Hon. Bali New colored which for excellence of drawing, cnrrCihh
,.' '. arly called to the'lnbject'of'bUioul remittent and intermittent ror" will be remaikablo, we hope, rather for 'good This Tincture composed of simple vegetable ingredients. Orleans property Engraved Dick, after Pjeyton* off[ i iu every pauti nlar. and extreme beauty color
; by painting
fevers which:prevail ,so generally in that articles without names than for poor, articles with H peculiarly applicable to the numerous i iu collection' of (?. Tloyu'l i i ing and eiijraving.mhair far any tbin* *

: : part of the country which is subjected to ths influence distinguished! names. It will embrace in its scope, diseases of Children; It strengthens th-tir digestive ,JOIIM John: B A SOU SI"ytlr.. Wof other quartet: The fact thai ene:the Iastyeartbe f'*'

; of a miasma, which arise.*froin,decajed vegetable every department of elegint literature, comprising ]"organ.., increases their "I' Jetaie. and gradually lays The Col I Fort Mitchoye'd .tatl1 Wure".baabeentbe(! "guide book" inmaV vj
substances.Thisjniaiina.. sketches of tho foundation: of a aud vi lIrou. couatituiion. ] roperty JuhllroweJ I .
ales of'romance, soctetma.ners1: strong t tf e ;n co."tnmo in every caj; of the UiuiortL.
Ala bv ;
ia generated where timber ia being ; It will in most cases of sea nicknen, be (found el. ; Engraved ( ( painting j : "'
sentiment and very-day life plqnantelray": domestic i : of bU i h has glen it a position in the faihnnable wo d. ,
; 4ut off jand tbe land clearing ;, also in low' grounds I I and foreign correspondence. literary intelligence pleasant preventive and remedy.JIftlc'rJuN n Ilt clecuol: LEVIATHAN.. owner cannot be shaken. The unwavering fidelity'hic*

and where stagnant'waters, prevail 'This exposes a wit and humor. and gossip, : rUR usc. i. .
,fashion poetry designs thn Parisian and London ityles in advance
tothe action I 1. The propel ty of the late Jams'Jackson, Eoq., of r f
a : |.llIantitf decaying vegetable .matter i the fine art.end literary musical; land dramatic i FOR ADULTS-As "*n aperient take a table spoonful too; at1 ataixweeks of all others, has placed
FIorence.Ala..
::4. a % I '! ,>f the lan/fwhich generates bat peculiar elate' orat. criticisms., Its reviews of new works'will be careful, : two or three times a day, in double that quantity t in the Collection Ergraved of by Thomas Dick Kirkman after Troye'spainting I i it in the .very' first' as a work of authority-ia ,

: iiioiphere wb'ehptmftIceehIUa1fld fever, and the dilCl miuatillg. and impartial. It will aim to foster 1 of water. Aa a tonic, take two tea spoonsful in halfa Esq matters of dress. It.aKk. well known fact, 'that .
) I I different grades of tilio'ia fever: The necfuity of I litarature suited to the taste and desires of the age wind gl* which be used without the.ti4 1 I The property of Col. Wui. II.Johnson, of..Peters appear pri, -
;, providing a.remudy roi/ht and coun'ry. Its tendency will be cheerful and en doscsof thirty to forty drops frequently repeatedF.or odicals, pretending to give the fahiol1. often
A3 of a physician was apparent Hn )
,
t which wil) be found i giatl&eCOhleC&iuu.of, Capt K. F ,Stockton, U. S. ; lt
I, ;sropriVWftu9flbil:: Medicine every refiued taste but never to offend the most quantity-and for younger or older cl.ildren in. pro obsolete'Lace and Needle work. 'l'bemostele. '
to answer the purpose lor which it is designed. fastidious: and it will ever feel its duty; to bo to "turn I I portion. If the'doses are swcetenejj; they "ill| lie' Navy.. .HEDGFORD. : gintaud thanewest: desigria of lace.' : .
,
.
embroi.
'- the 'nny aide of things to human eyes*" quite palatable without being impaired iu theirelDca- : dery. ande., shill, be' given the work :;
The of the of .
lite Col. J H Townes I
REMItTENTIIILIOUS
rEV En. The .work will be published in cy. Prepared and sold by property
1 I every Saturday: I work with the latest stylo of cap,head-drrsse Ae. j'1.
*" Lexing Miss llmshelwood aftetrroy&s
THE symptonzswhich d !note this disease, are as I numbers of sixteen large octavo ,super-royal WILLIAM QUIRK. ott. ; Engrnved by r J. .
pages \ a sample cf n Tul' \
? 'I' follows ;the 'patient 'f6ett.. 'degree of languor and I with doub'e' coil-tuns and enclosed a neat ornamental Licentiate of the Apoth cllriefl'.Ihll. Dublin. "painting iu tie Office,of the Spirit of the renderiog'tl as; Ladys, orJ.Centre table of every J '

1 : lisllessness, p r feeling weaknes*,yawning,slretctiing I cover. It will form at the e d ,if the tsar,two 6 Broad street, Charleston.And Time t Lady.- Of the various tjhM of Engraving which .
t. : I
DO3TO.V- .
I paleness, fullness of the.bead* and generally! se superb.volumes, each of four hundred and/sixteen I for sale by 1 will the of this! work. we must menthn ..;
grace pages
ere pain in the heiQgRjnAtt"the J backhand: oins. page,filled with the gem of 1 literature and the flue CENTER. RODDY,: & CO The t'loperiy of Mr. Jamps LnriffJ 'Washington as the most elegant Sartain' unrivalled ". '
with a disagreeaUfYtasfe in tjlb 'jnouth.IIe", ftels arts." St. Augustine. Jan 28,1842.M9atrrietl !: : : City ; Painted by D<* Ldtre for Col, % R Juhnyon, ttl al0nl. which will the coming volume

Vf" I chilly with atyb of appetite J' with a whiter cost in tbi-arJy of the fever, I by
take it the cheapen periodical this or other .
any has heretofore from hi
thing that appeared
The of Pierce M Butler t Co. of any
which becomes uTijjUowj.1co1oraiid j[ inthktiei r considering the cost and beauty of iu Fifty :Faculty. property lon. bur.
from of
country M r. Sartain i is known cne end the .
S Col. Unio
Columbia. C
tage of the feverUas'anaaa. 'dark brown color; the I Iwo Eugravings. aud the intrinsic value of its literary WILLIAM QU1KK > IMPROVED ; by Troye (for Hampton the other.- as the mester, in this country, of t .
1 .kins sometime ifaoisU"; !vorfdry. of S ,C ; Engraved by Hirmhelwood.WAUNEK. ; Ib.eef
; bnrgentrally content. Those desirous of receiving the paper CONCENTRATED brated style: We have already, nuder way .'.
.. ;;?'I'AEA..r. -. from the commencement, will have i it punctually sent Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla The of Mr.Johu I of New Orleant magnificent 'Plate?, of tbia celebrated artist, forth ::
property
The patient should. :commence thetreatment: : by to their address upon their forwarding to the undersigned FOR THE CUBE OF Camlbel. .- new volume-'aud shall follow them up with) Mexa-_
and
Painted
,
r < taking two ol t5e Anti-jJJilions' Pi"'. and. if they ai No. 4, Ann-street, three dollars, free of Scrofulous Affections : by Troye wnlr. en I lint: every artist of repute iu the The /"
should not ( the bowel in, tbat dose prayed byPrud'hemme; from the Original Picture. in flm country.
freely'evacuate expense. A flections of the Liver, most finished beautiful Line and Stipple -Eo* :
: hey may be increased,:and if they prove too active, Letters the amount of subscription the Office:of the .S phit of tho Tiuies.; lid work
I l. enclosing maybe r Rheumatic Gout. ; : MONARCH- | grivinga the dose must bjidiaariubed., r\: flunked all maulers. Agents, carriers. f ,
; by post Empaired Digestion i the hinds ofjtho best arustslliat the eoonby ;
aItnbo The of Col. Wade of S C very ;
property Hampton tQ
ar.dUhe ;
If the tongut jMMiu I dry ,they and newrmen. will be supplied on the nsual terms.ID" Painfull enlargement of the Knee and Elbow produce. In fine, and novehyofeass.
variety
t thould be reptated'u'iJtiltkebowelsartlKoronghfyevacuated .. r The Cash S rut em will be rigidly adhered to, Joint, Painted by Troye. expressly fur CoJ Hamptuu, and beMUhmenu'that every found elsewhere '
may
thenbeginsjrlib i Hha"Aguapilla,and five a without deviating whatever. engraved, llinshelwood.M0NMOU'H I h' '
Cutaneous Eruptions. ? ,
any confidently'looked fur :n the 1 ady's \
dOli the in chill and fever,: vi-- :! ECLIPSE., Vurl.nu' .
ainectNdjrected) 2c Such Editors as copy the above Will oblige me by r Secondary *, Sore Throat work
of
Symptom Ihe mdin design the is, to
; The of Bacon. Pin fur ,
dell. & Co. of
Pills ; alf:hours : fabl.r tile property Plaine tlaat
threeoud-V regularly '
every foi marked and the
war ding a paper by resuming Nocturnal pain iu,the Limbs. and attractive rtyte. the earliest, most
fever ia broken. if't e1)a1J ::of 1 in Kentucky ; Engraved Duunell after paiut- enel.n
snf/nilain pain Troye'd
| exchange which was inlerupted, much to Ulceratioittf and
my regret swellings, 'fullest in adance of all the other .
> in the collection of R report .h.riD
c the head! and bid dislrer in the ftomatb and i ing,
'', or' i.. by. circuuifttaucesover. which I had no'couuol. And other local maladies depending upon constiutioual GREY Pindell.1q. i and prior to lhe i issuing'of them hera. of the Monthly
bowel dose the Anti-BilliousPill IbouldLe !
of
,.another '
GEORGE ,
MUHhIS.
indisposition. .
I Fashions direct from Paris and Lomleh.This department
The of \ L Shotwell & .
|Co. of Engraved
taken.Alter property Ky ; !
Editor and No
4 An'u".ret.lIear
Proprietor, ,
'' giving j to three doses of the Anti-Bilious RECOMMENDED BY |: mezzotinto by Halpin & Jordan, after I a : will be underthe, control orFrutichanJ|
i or Broadway. Sir Henry Halfurd, Sir Astley Cooper, Doctor I of the highest celebrity, so that every\
1: bv Troye. English ali
Pills and the bowels, they should painting
freely evacuating
March [May 15] .
.Murray Dr. Hooper, Dr. Reece. Sir William For- I; K1PTON and costume which appears in the LadY'1\\orle maybe
be used occnt-ion requires -
afterwards-only a* throughout CONFIDENCE.
4 the disease if the.bowel become costive 'PROSPECTUS THEANLW dyce, Dr. Cnllen. Sir Mathew John Tierney. Sir i (Celebrated Trotters,) in bar safjy relied on a not haying been' up at

.v4& lime durioff the, fever.-a small dose of the ,Anti Bi'toua nny. T II.0 P"t.:. L PLI.i'T." John Aberi'etby,"John Thompson. 31. I.) Professor nsc ; Engraved by Uck.f after I a thei by Owings I, second hand iu, this country, after they''have' lien '

t Pillfl should bg given, justjsufficwnt to prevent : NEUTitAI. PAPER lobe published of auieury in th Royal College o f torgeolllAN : now iu inc c.Htc JUI! Connih, Erq. of Lou received. It i i. proposed not only to surpass ia tba .

co8t yeD8ll. ?,. *. Uuvul County E. F. dnotedtl'cience. : !) THE MOST EMINENT OF. THE I I do,,. | xbflence, hot tu !Issue every month.a nuRlbr.. -.

I It ahonUr "I! recollecleJ lhul.Jf JhenatI0ntbai; lite rature. the arts. Agticuliura,mud tbl MEDICAL FACULTY: I I ei "tnmeo- whichshall put to th bl.b.1
teenskfuimcja3ij1d; i is in a debilitated con I l Ial iVt news and the poilitics of the day. OF THE In a&IJ.ontotho: hfglily fini-hed Engravings euumerated I other attempt'at reportius for the fa. be world .

tlhiouIie, ms.ommence'l' .\:.i. the Ague '3ledieiii" TERMS; For one year $3 in advance, or payablewithin UNITED STATES.Sarsapaiilla i ''above, i.. a superb Purirait of >c THE CASH SYsTEM.. .

'- t, : Dtl.dil" 1P..e'hl li g1Ihn the' firllt dose: of tle I i the first quarter hum the public?lion of the h i.. the onlj medical age.nl justly en- "lAO"41.E AUGUSTA, The P"bi" h"r. adhering strictly ihe Cash SI"f. '

I 1 0 'ibetore thatif he has h.frol1lt! I. rhect. ADVERT tsiito at $I per vquare for three mae tilled to the chiructer.riifii' \ tfW i"... I.I.: ... Ph. '.I.brJed.tnStUt in the character of .'I-.a tem in dealings, is lo offer' th work '
Iy nacaated'tth &:f: Inc l1Jecl the AiiKirican public
in
burc 1 I, U n as 0 lIiosiiclw.M.d iVom niipiecedently low work .
drinks by other medlem.e. II ig tionsj: aUbrHtit'l" will be niid in cs.!" i.ft WoWfiWal Socrety. &:c. r a sketch ,
: nan.cwitjaj fflire'firn Uwhen the akin 1 1 In offering the above to the citizens > aud ol I.lalllcture by Chalon aud Inmau, iu the of.hoqu.hiryeverbavintbceu. sent out atauy Ie
prospectus of This is made from .
I leslm -. preparation! carefully selectedmaterials than double the
the
J ill ; Editor. .
I ,_cold wstershoiIdiiotbedrsk, ;n e-paUent may drink when cold, the,water ; b.i Ouval.: and the neighboring couutieiii 'the unJeasisned! and pO.lIeuelall the properties of S r aparilla collctlcu'uf price.THE TCR1IS. -
pl\tient.is. pcsitaies not that "
he will
make' his
I sweating, pr; IA* gentlel.perspiration. If the lever tiofesseg.and froi.1 ray tb. inducement ret forth paper he all h e of in the a high degree. It is proved by the experience On cornniencing the present volume of the "Spirit Single Copies, &i 0 I 3 Copw., flfl o ',

.eema to,continoe for'a.I long time:,and the,patient be I o realize a sbareofpublic patronage counnensurate hopes this most and eminent Physicians and Surgeonsof of the 'I'iues"-uzi the 4th of March last-was ilsued 3 Cepi?.,;; 5 I I 20 **, 2t1 ;
Europe, that
I coines'weak' ttith'mncb'stnpor. it will he proper 04) with au uuee rlaking aogrvatl) iuuiinJed! byilietOuimu'nity. tafeslal country well as the most efficacious riarscpaiilU is the a large and niagnificrnily executed poiiruit of The advantage gc to' Clubs and Postma.tera of the, ,
I apply* blister'to1 the right.fide i (;\'a the region. of the j I. remedy for the pUL'ILL.UI It..JOHNSON, nb.ve ter3" eyer any othsr periodieal 1 in theUiiiim..' ':
cure '
of.econduy.yphyli. and all .
liver O'Itothe back'of tI.etieck if the head is lie Sy phyloi diseases of the apparent '
much I wit( seduloiuly devote Lito attention and Napoleon TMrf'Engraved
undivi and that shattered of
"fretted. The diet should bo light, with total abstinence ded efforts all that milt interest amuse and instruct the imprudent use slate of the s)stem It i. which follows. by A L Dick, ;in line after an original' I Editor '.howi copy tins Prospectus and send usa .. .:
i
t from animal food. liis readers and purous.' having an eye to the moral mended for the Mercury. highly'rccom.. portrait ;i in' oil .by :-.enry lumau Esq. now i: the nmrkod ptaper directed to -Tue United State, *

: 'I lone a ml obligation society. CURE OF SCROFULOUS AFFECTIONS' Pubh"ber possession at this cffice. j S-iturday Post. shall be entered on the exchange list*' '
,
Th'..oo.e.Mtdjcm.. for tah at B. E. CARR k I C 0'8t;, : '< ,, aloof Irom party virulence and rancor and a just and RHEUMATISM In the course of the present volume! -of 1843- Addles C. J. FETRltSON.--
,
I I impartial detail political statistics wiil I ba adhered in I. and that depraved condition of.the 2eneral health will also ,be giyen a portrait of | i rNo'g Che.tnnttreet.. PI.iadlphia
i t. -
; ,, .. .Notice. ] 'Hits proceedings; of the coming Ulure FA8HION.Tp I January t' [
t 'I Legi> will be which it it hard to give H name; but"is! the result; 'of Northern Jln J ;
persous having claims or demands duly cironiced| : the Florida farmer.will be furnishr- Champion and such other magni ,
ALL :'againae 'led intemperance. long residence in ai unhealthy climate 11)el.iol. 'Coiirt-districtFlorida. East
,. estate of Adani.Cooper late "f the county with alll.o\v'ond u fuIIDrOrlhatlUIl" may come .frequent bilious attacks, &c. Tuiaforoi is fcent : a will hereafter be determined ; *
> Nassau, Deceaaed to hand anJ the merchant will find the ferable pre upon \ i .
; are required to exhibt them price. cur to any ther for the adniihistrotion
of Sarsaparilla I
b': to the undenrl1ed.!! to'fill l attornty R. B.[ Gibba rent Hiocka, and atate oft lie rketunder; its appro- as that portion of the root on which ill entire- The ..wj/uit of the Time i. so well known i IN CHA3CEK.Y. : "
uf Ft. George Idaud! ,within 1 priate hrnd. Army throughout country the acknowledged "Chron John 31. J [Yowdi and Wm- :%I. : .'
: two years Irom this! perid inovemeut, and the disposition virtues depend are held in solution,which *<* not the ide of the a 1" en.'I\illii.tn.
I. of General Field etch t of
the
Richard
; otherwise they will be forever barred and,all per. Government thf'reU'wili occupy: a con- case in the fluid preparations. deemed 'rurr' Sports that it is not rs' *" T. .
.1 ons indebted t" said estate are reqn rH to'make im- i apicuooa place. Religion will ever find in us humble I DIRECTIONS I to. go into any detail of its pecuha vs. .
: t' mediate I.though warm cbarae tel Maria Gay (and. John Rodman. of
4 ,: paymenttoZEP11.' FNGSLEY.jqualified: mipportrrsnor shall' sectarianism Forming this Syrup for the cure of Scrofula hiU. f Ad.uini.tratr
,
execetoroi to his Attorney as above. j 'Iid the pen in that which *o unive'isalijr softens the Anthelm Gay. .
i
vtaneou
Naua I heart and purifies the mind Affections, Eruptions of the Terms of Subscription Bill
OQDtI9.uuI& n8U_ oJ 1 ; and, in truth, so far aa Qlt.Adrtriilz. of Irfliror. .
: SAVAt1'VAIJJAND ''our abilities apply, we will make the TROPICAL Skin Sypnt/lUic and Mercurial Dis For one year's subscription, advLce. For IT jiavinz been made to appear by.affidavit that a, I

-. \ FLORIDA PLANT." a digest or compendium. 'of all the foreign tase. General Debility,and all advertising one square of ten printed lne(or J'JO ba.becn duly filed in this cause and that a. f,
'
m I I.. .STEAM. PACKET.: ; j: Iud local' news and topics of the dav. Diseases arising from impure words.) Two Dollars for the fir't and 5 Subpoena therein bu been duly i*"ued; and ii, being

'" VIA- I: GEO'.' GROUARO. blood 'dents forepch subsequent insertion,! arid also made to appear' by affidavit thJ John Rodmaa. .
', wi. I( DARIEN, 'BRUNSWICK ; The dose for adult is that Inler.or one of the !said ,
'' ST. MARYfS, : an ala rge table spoonful r proportion. Less! than \ord. defendnuta. resides out of this District -. .
i : JACKSONVILLE, BLACK Superior Coort-Di.ricl' East lime a day. in the morning an"hour befero or after wi be considered halfasquare more than GO a square. antI aj the City of New York, in the Slate of ,.

t PICOLATA AND PALATKA. CREBK'I' Florida. ; breakfast,the same time before or after dinner and advertisement* will be inserted unless. paid fur in I New York-.jon motion of Complainant' Solicitor i(.:

r ; f THE regular Steam PacketT. MATTHEWS St. Jnhns\ and Musquilo Counliet.,. upper; or that quantity: may be taken in two doses, advance.;; 'Gentlemen in the countrjr'can. easily ascertain : is ordered that notice be i\el bJ'pikblicaliuuiu one,
;; .-F; Martha L. Williams one in the and the other the amount proper to be remitted of the.Newgpiper: printed witbui ibis '<:
AI'Ncltj, will run once a, week the Admitiistralrix 1 &c. and John morning at night. The I'vr. by simple DJitriet, requiring ,
i; year round to the above named places; !leaving Sa.j I Lee; Williams, up may be taken by itself or mixed with water. A counting" ; ; words of their adYerti! ni. : saidjdel; nd uu John Rodman to appear sodanswercomplina..t. .

c vannah every Tuesday; Palatka! and Picolata! 15. child ten years old may take half the above quantity. JEztra copies of the large 'engravings on Steel : Rill of complaint within, four ,

Friday'on )her way to. Savannah, where passengers every Daniel S. Gardner. Administrator, Ac. Children under or over that age, in proportion. This at the publication office at one dol I months, bth rwiie said bill will be takep-pra: r/fU' (

bound North will be in time for the splendid Steam /,. Chancery. ', medicine does not dispose those who use it to cold,or lar each. They will be sent to any secti on ef the U- against him.i ". .

Packets WM.' 'SEABROOK, Captain) Kzau' aud IT having been made to appear by affidavit that a require any particular mode of 1 ving while uaing it. nion *c enveloped to-secure, injury. It is inrtoerordered that !:
e puWub"" '_.

UEAUFORT DISTRICT, Capt. BOOD, which. leavj has been duly filed iu this cause, and that a l'repared aDd sold by O" desirably that, such them comwutikations -' once a week! ; consecutively, for four anontbsfr.aa this, .

.$ every Monday for Charleston. Subpoena .has btenlduly issued, and it also WILLIAM QUIRK a4 relate If the editorial department and .to date. ; f ,,''- '

: 'The.people Georgia and Florida can depend mad to app-ar that Daniel S. Gardner, the being aid do- Licentiate of the Apothecaries' Hall. Dublia.. Ulooa Stock' '.be addressed to Wx. T., PORTXR ; all Certified to bp. 1 true c.&py of Order- made and.enterd .';

r on this Boat the year round and the"owners of her fet datlt. renidasoutof flit. mltrictJ and in the city C Broad"re*t. Chailoton, S. C. olber to J. RICHARDS. j ,:. iniMid Cuur this 3d of, nne. 1843,at'- .

J: look to' them for patronagef" St. Matthews can I of 'Vuhin ()n. in the District of Columbia on And for sale by CENTER gOODY & CO. The Postage' must b paid in alt cases. St. AUU8lQp I F, -. ;.'

not be surpassed by any Boat on the route for speed motion cfcomplniiunU Solicitor.! Itia| ordered, that May8. |I : ; .R. \RBANKS..C"rk..
accommodationand;' comfort. Odtice be given by publication in one of the new.pa.per. Eatern- District or Florida. I i Law i\otice JuneI9I' T ;

-, :t :. oj : ,For freight or passage apply on board or to I printed within this District, requiring said d.- In the Superior Court for the, ,Counties of St.' hF1, SUBSCILIBEaS have formed : .
fcndnnt T
FERNANDEZ & Daniel, S.' G co-part iDH"GLOVER'S
BlaBEE. 1
AgenN. ) r4ner to appear and answer John and Mosquito nership in iho profession of Law, and will :
,
coull.LinaIltI bill of
i ., "i CEO. Jacksonville. complaint within four month. f I ToA'otrmber Term, 1843. lee in the Superior Courts!i of thf ta: prac-'I VEGETABLE AGUE : : '
,<. HAAS Agent, SaT on.h. j otherwise! said bill will be taken ''confcsso District i !tem
: 0; 4. I,. B. LAFITTE Agent Charleston. him. pro against Jo-eph Finegan! and Rebecca Finegan hi!* wife, ., of Florida to wit.in the counties of St. I FEVER, ANJ

; ID:: The St.. Matthews will leave; Picolata Certified this 26th day of June Administratrix of the Estate William True. John's, MU Qito.Duval. Nassau. Alaehua. Hitlsbo'j 11EDICIEt '
: ; eyery 1843. I deceased Juan oush and A CERTAIN '
FRIDAY at 11 o'clock. vs. de Eiitralgo.' Culmbia. and in the Coun.iTr COURTS ANO S. ,.

p r-i Passage through to Chajletton from GEO.R.FAIRBANKS.Ckr Attachment for' !flt-J27!! nn of. St. and Columbia-' __". AND .'f.l n. IN ALL ITS COMPLlfTATEDFOiniSj ',
., ,J I'atatka$15 Picolata. and Notice. -- THE Defendant the above; entitlid ,cause al.d i business (should be directed toVm-A.-Forward.w.-St.f.j' .: / ALSO AN EfFECTUAL- } : ,

"." *( other persons interested will t Aogustioe. or Louis Aldrich Newhan FOR Al.f.TIIE- VARIED FoRMSOPINTEtt-, '
please ville
[ to take ,
or to
: t.' r & L JuaeSl i iAaministrators ALL personshavitfg estate or Manuel claims or demand againet notice that a suit hath, been instituted by attachment Forward and Aldrich,'at either place] Business con IT'l'I'flND, REMITTENT: .
g Garido late of the county byJ ZSFlne n and Rebecca fided to either will receive the FEVERS ,
c iouce I of St.Johns. Deceased Finegan hi* wife, attention of both. ,
; LL perIODS baring demandl are required jto] present them pbICh Rebecca Fin"n i8 the Adminisfralrix DCembef1t1842.: .
inn Estate
j j
A ag. the of to the undersigned, within two from of the i
f Mary Burgon Papy.are requested to presentihem otherwise they will be forever years this period t of William TraverI'. deceased,, against Juan WILLIAM ,A. EORWARDLOUIS 'CinTFICATE. : .
: barred
withoutdeJav to the undersigned Administrotor. indebted to said ,' and all persons : de deEntraUo the Superior Court for the counties ALDHICIT. ,1 hereby f .dlie.f with

,-' .- And NOTICE i*hereby given to all Creditors.: Lega payment: toSt.Augn1ine estate ore required to;make immediate i and Sf"SKr111""': and they; the sid DeffndilI N..n..F. & A. will also act I agent (tort.uch a* dulls and fever which continued for som. ;whea:

: .. p. tees and persons entitled to desiribution thereof that I E. F. and al interested are an- may desiretheireriles). in the purchasing'and I procured d Box of'|)r. Glover's Asu PilU.They
let-
E' ,hf! claims and demands will be barred. at thin! eipi- I'I JnlySM J24'l S* MARY ANDREW, PAPY Ex'r. | II'ar the next No.pm- er Term of the aid Court., tin! orand.in East Florida. I I arrested lhe('chills ami fer immediately and she has .
I
;' ration oftwo years from this dale ouleis exhibited : GAKIDO Ex'x. to be holden m the .Cnuri House in ,the Cit of SI. JLate8t Style ; enjoye-1 perlbcthIgood belth.since that lima S n.-

.4Q; q within the same. ', ;; Augiiiinvnih liiriet aforesaid ; and to plead to DO'iTS -Jfnst Received rnl of my,friend* and have since bern attacked -
,
St. ApgnstineE: F. > MICHAEL PAPV, ,i Notice | the dec ratluD m the said Cane according to law, TSj CASES SHOES. HATS. G'AP.S.&e. i. in'thv'nitma in.inner, and bv &y ,advice! Iwve;

: '' ". July 14th' 1843. > Admr. of the Fstate of I IS HEREBY GIVEN Tbat TWO MONTHS JOhN JRYtIALE. ,& and. j Rubber superior Calfskin Boots with Iron and used the . ,
: Heels
; 'It altfr date. the .ubllcliber I II S.. AI llhn@.July 3|. Plaintiff's eW
'. > Mary Burgos Papy Dee. I as Administratorofthe i Atorney. IOJ' pair mi.U'ioii t'L In all cases a cure has been effected
.,. .. ,. JVbtice. | Estate of A. M-Q.UKEN: deceased.will[ present his :, Notice 3ca* s pez d Boots sewed Boots, by the nre of jn 'singl Box of'the Ague- Pills: therefore
accoiintcto the ,
,: pertona hat ing claims or demands | IIon.1udge of the County Court. for that 2 do. half; B-Mits... from a p.rlnl knowledge of theirefeel'. I,
ALL againthc adjustment and hereby two months
'.#, .-Empire are required to ; notice i hereby further given that 1;1 IS gnn. after dale the subnirp 2 ca.e j fine nlf Bro cheerfully recommend them as the best remedy with-;

.1;., undersigned, within; four weeks from present date them to the dismissal SIX MONTHS .nn dale I will apply for a final .li" .sculor ed 'of the estate of Geo.I.P 100 Pair Morocco :nns. I ia my knowletfge for th 'rurc or Ague and Teter.Rxv.iGEORGE. .
ibis orthey as said Administrator hi I Pumps. j '
will be I arred. i ; cf which; all persona the Hon. Judge of 'i presat account before 1 c<<..,.Water Proof .I F. itENDRICIWON.J .
Boots
tcre.ted\wlll please to take noika. County all of the latest
Johns
> VENA I 5t. I andahipa. pattern Pa tor of the Bapii Church,at New
CO '
I County
SANCHEZ.= : of
JOHN which .1
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.Anlnlf1:1S43" ; Juno> 26 FONTANE, AdminV.-I '' J' usttd Vll notice. PfMfa' Fall ALSO Fashion-10 and casbsRaavor lat and Cap*. the latest ,i Durbr.! New Jersey.

JOHN FONTANE now in u! .
A Executor. by '
: I I I I' Ot.3I. D.E.CARR&CO. i ID" T f.: abate Medicine for tele i> B. E.I .

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