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: September 4, 1843
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-Notice to under the Florida 'Armed > Ad .5 S 'S. : ,: 4 _
t = Occupation f't1u :: GOO.D BREEDING. : !
TURNIP.' -This vegetable i iH known, to thrive A PUBLIC WALK: is A SPANWIJ; CITF.-:At'abbuf .

4UL4ugust jtbwhom Permits have been'granted. on Surveyed .5 The following: 'anecdote_ i is.related ,by i Mr. best in the vicinity of salt water. The 'largest I seven in the evening, II alt the world"assembled : t '

I iLads1: -.n .. > Walker in amusing and instructive'publica. crops we-have known have been grown on Islands i on lbeupper wait-iho ladiesat occupying; '., .

t OTICE1e.be,8t.ff ;iY to I1W,or apbcsntu. above l1tioried who are.deli l1l\ted inlh.eneloied'" lion."The l Original" as affording .a fine, instance salt! used in our-in the harbor. A for hint this thus given would that be : and the upper down in benches/th gentlemen pacing :YPi.: ,' '.. ,; _
: '. L.tthLth "raDd" '':: .izA" Uow.d bitbe niclct for'prada: the "'(act thstth. ed'lDeDi bribe; value,of good breed ing politeness, even' useful! has manure in crop We I the centre. and sunning themselves'm ; S ", l.-l.
I, bAabp..cDpwaut.4.an44bc! ;curquirtpccoupon J : : *hctrInslo aiW'wiIIupirsvnibe IIIotr" proved practice. II bright eyes of the seated;beauties; ,but I .i ,

", .Deeaibr,,l 43ibft beoj 9Mpqtm)ked.jop which tbrReff .and'Bee ir. .r,: ("hi.'M' ...,.,. wr. In circumtanceawhere; U. could; pot: ,bCJ expec.led -::1 recommend it.t Thfvcultiyationof the turnip isworthy.far I, .very soon these latter become tir c19fr tltel re. .; .' =-i _
L;: ,Ua.lAw. J'bej'ar. $ r'rI fie. : kf more; attention'thaq'asyetit has peso-ihe. beeches areabsconded,arid thewalk7 .
j sr _. : ; h.reb1.Jfqdem4" Jwfca th Kcgfrur. cAae-i.ri :produceany personal! advaatage: j j4aii : : .
s- .1 L. r-r. : :: ,_ : ,- r .- ,. -- -* Ttravellers '(r ircefted InNew. taD *Willy 1 I t .becomessodenselyfcthronjd-w18H[ Ihqn -" -_ ,t'ai- ;:_".'" _
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*'". Bucbpresf should be the*ppKcsats ewn'affidavit'',;Corroborated by.the testimony f of fwb.
I "* .retted jcod competent writtiesses,which proof,should give'all the''particulars' M to! the'settlement; :date( more objects attention than'at: i them. .The. costume : of,a all! thesa'Ioun. ,
-'. .lu commencement. tod description of ,the psrtcuIiiquarter .ecton' 'oh which it is made.Unless present, on arriving at Turin,sauntered out,to MARK' ANTONY. gers : the : rnost dresS ". ','t ; _
w. same--a black silk wiW iliad S
the proor required, in the foregoing is filed on or'before ''the date specified, applicants. will, for see the place., ,He happened meet a regimentof sleeves : .
The cbaraclerof'n'tony (hat of S'J.la and long I netgi vesabIackJacO'ma-I ; _
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feitttt right,Title'tndcUim to Land under,IheirFermHs., infbnty returning trom parade,. and taking a !
position to see it a young captain evident.lydeslrous was.the most'singular i l in the annals of Rome til a, natural rose or' carnationrat side of ..
-f '. to make pass a display before the' and in'some of its features bore, a striking resemblance I'the;: head, and a large tan, .(ncveriarjcs.in, i .

T }..?II DJ.IJP'tm; 1 -N<< JJlNlU t.. &cti.*'I TDtDUAip. Raq.. er; in crossing one of the numerous water strang courses : to that.of the fortunate, Dictator.- the hand,);iiom the simplo and.elegant! toilette'. .
enhItS Both were possessed of al. most in vogue. Some few.whit mantillas1are' I Ito
I with which the city is intersected, missed uncommon. military \
-I. -- --- his footing, and tn tying to save himself lost 'ents-both were imbued with cruelty which be seen, but they are not advantageous 'to
'rebrulr1"1Ib' 1843, obMI..en. South Wett,21 NoU S. No:31 E., his hat., ,The exhibitionwas makes'human'nature shudder-both 'were inordinately complexions so dusky as'those of the Gaditanus -,
j, 24 rebruar.1'J7th. 1843<< homa COlby North Welt, 21 NoJ I S. No. 31 E.' the truly unfortunate, ; addicted to luxury and plEosure-and and are not much in'favor' Here and ,there
4 25 February( 11.11, 1643. P&trickFogeny, North East 21 No. II S. spectators.. laughed, and looked at the En.. I.
No. 3)) Eo a would-be!
both, for men of their of and bonnet dsh1.V.I
gliihmon, expecting him to laugh On the powers, minds: .of some 1
Creeenilo too
l6 February J81b, J843, P.eetty, South We.t. e No. 11' S. No. 31 E, i i
L:t 2a March ltbJ843, I D"n T..'ViIIiml, North Wt-.t, f No., JO S. No. 30 E. I contrary, he not,only retained bis composure, habits, hand apparuntly, at least a strange superstitious in i incongruous the dark mixture of colors, show glaringly. S '
"j- J07 May"IGth.' Jet3" John'PeJlicier, Jan' South We.t, tNooJO S. No. 30 E. : but promptly advanced to where his hat had reliance on destiny, portents,'and o. mass of veiled head,!though gut"
; 108 M'1161b, J843. Andrew Pellicler, North East, No. 108. No. 30 E. rolled,and taking it up, presented it, with unaf. mens. Yet there were strong srwdo; of destinc- posejj to demonstrate that the great secret.:..or'. .f __ __
i 109 Afai16th.. J8U. FrancigPeIIicir, ,south East,' 3 No. 10 S. No. 30 E. fected kindness to its confused owner. The ofti.c lion even in those parts of their characters in a Spanish woman's beauty and grace lies- 'in,her _

'.. I.. JJ5 &lmy. 19th. 1F43. L. H. R 3igno. North Ea.t. 22 No.108. NO,25 E. r. received it with a b'ush'of' surprise and ,which we trace the closest rcsemlanco."l'be mantilla, and that dreised like ,other women' f

122 rune 22d. ,8(3.. Ia ob nailer Sooth ,.Weat ,C No. 11 S. No. 31 E. gratitude, and hurried to rejoin his cruelty of Sylla wa more deliberate and re. her.personal: superiority longer.asserts'itself;

J33 18DI"16Ih' ; 1843, Owco", Qmloy, ooth .W lt, 1 No. 10 8. No. 30 E. There. .wat a murmur of applause and company the morscless:-thatof Antony more" regardless and for it is as true that no {Spanish woman knows lU

134 June J6tb 18(3Ezekiel fl.1irown North East,, 1 No, JO S No. 30 E. passed on. stranger unthinking ; and amid.all the atrocities of'the how to put on a bonnet as it is an undisputed \ _
135 ne 17th, 1843,. oa..anndi Brown, North East 1. No Jf S.No.. 30 E. latter,there hurts forth occasional gleams fact that nono but a:' Spanish woman knows how; I .
the gen
J62 oae 29tll" .E43. oba Broftard, NorthEast. 3 No 23 s. No. 30 E. Though scene of moment, and withouta to t
wear a mantilla. natural
erosity' and But"then Keep them to their
'169 rune 291h,1843, acob J.'SouJe, North Est, II NO.10 8.. No. 28 E. word spoken,it touched every heart-not with feeling. Sylla was aman, dress ot sable hue S
of from head
'261 u1111th, J843, E.G.iaudon. Sooth \Ve.t.22 No.12'1'J.' No:26'E.: admiration for a mere display of politeness, but muchgrt.'ater: 'discernment and penetration to (001, and they S

268 JOlt 19th, J843 _Richard Y. Hall South Fast. 21 No 12 8. ..No. 26 E, with a...warmer feeling fora proof of that true a much more profound and successful dissembler are'the most: elegant' and dbtfngulshcd-look5ng.: S_ _
t WI JuI I, 2Gb: 8-13,' CorneiuiDnpont! SouthEalt, i4, ,No. 10 S. No.,3D E. character which never* faileih." On the; regi. and he'was pbsssessed ninny refined and ele race of Momen.that'caj be imagined ;'but let .

: .__. ment being dismissed, the Captain who g accomplishments of'which the coarser An them run riot among the bonnets;' features, and, '
CEO W. cth.E, !Re9iver. '".' a. 8.UUIONS Rtister young man consideration, in glowing, terms was a 'tony was destitute.. 'Sylla was gratified his voluptuousness colors, (which they have no idea of assorting S

NOT .-;TI" par il."I"to the settlement! tho uld be,-the lima! when cultivation wa!commenced-, related the circumstance to,the colonel.-The' but.Antony ,was.ruled by it. 'fhe'for judiciously.and j they sink to the, l.eye of the
I Ibe kind pf prop .'rulUvatedniimber oracret irr cuttayallon-the kind of tenement erected-number of perSOBS colonel immediately mentioned it to the generaln 1 er indulged in pleasure: when within his illdres-jed i : women of any other country. There

composing lie family! -discriuiiuatrn. ; 'beiweenaduhi and children males,and females-white and. | command ; and when Englishman return grasp, but'ease. power, and revenge, were his i is ono suiiefiority, ,however; which th y1' most _

: colored., P, July .24 ed to his hotel,. an aid de-camp waited request great.nnd ultimate: objects.: The chief Rim of t maintain' let their dress bo'what it may, oier ; S _
L his the latter, was the sensual: pleasure to which he the wornan of all other nations; and that it S
to dinner
j I company he at bead-.quarters. In the was subservient. Sylla would never have boon is i in their.walk-that graceful swimming! gait .
350 REWARD evening was carried to court that time
POLLARD --at ,
i .' ". as Chesterfield tells us, the most brailliant court the slave of Cleopatra, or the dupe!! ot Octavius. peculiar themselves, which is as happilyfree-:
t in :Hence the wide difference ,between the destiny f rom the affected mincing wriggle'of French I
Europe-and rec.eiyed.
: .-ARE,; : : offered for"the. apprehension of the following slaves, or Fifty tentiou. Of course during his witb stay particular at Turin, at.he of the triumphant Dictator, whose chariot rolled women, as it is from the awkward, 'grenadier. S S
invited on the wheels of Fortune to (the close of fi'u indulged in by my; countrywomen. There _
d9.In 'for",each' oftJintviz. ,:. was every where ; and on his departure sad' is nothiiig theatrical "
he was loaded with letters of introd ction to tbo career. nd the fate of Antony. Yet that or affected-nothing of S _

: \'. A1'VDREIV' : belougins to Francis Gue different Slates'in'Italy. Thus a very fate has mitigated the abhorrence of posterity .' what Addison has termed recitative dancing"in '
: ; private gentlcman the
of the
and weakness having been ndded to wick. Spanish 'women ;but it .
pf.moderDte..Dcuns .
d : .,..:I .:-.L..A: !, belonging i to Gell.' Hcrnaadez' ; ,', .1 I.1I 'of, Christian'feeling, was, by enabled a graceful:to travelthroha .impulse edness, has unaccountably palliated in our of combines an inexpressible grace arid: harmony '
movement which
the faults of the soft Triumvir ,
imparts a
eyes now more cearmjlo, Ahemw! S
I :; : ccRERT! '&' JOE, a Mulatto, belongriiigr to 'W;'H. Williams ; i interest fonts foreign'country society, as well then for of the the charms highest it remembered as'the devoted lover of Cleopatra, beyond that of mere beauty-a something iwitb-," ,
I. "" .lDt, nugfn J ;;: to ;MIAsb r VHE.TRY still possesses; with more real distinction and ad.vanftge than as the. chiefpr'm'Jtcrofthe Proscriptions.DUNLOP. gil out has which rendered beauty full is: incomplete Justice to ,wherrhe,ai dvbIchVir.'-caused-', .' .
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S R.belel, gI..gr 10t acob.J'JJ l rl. : J. ', circumstance of birth and fort. n .even the most . :. JBneas to recognise Venus,'not by the superior .
BiRnthni.u : ''that ity of-her faso and form .but of .
: JOblllfl.1oataBe splendid." It,jis'stattd B.-n- by .her maaner! _
: belonging to ''*
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jamio Rathbun's term of imprisonment for forgery -
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4r.c.The; above'-Rcvard and, all reasonable! expenses will! be paid! for theirnppprcnsion I -s- will expire in September next. .Some of ." And by her walk the! .Queen of'love |-je,known"S: ;.
S A GERM 'COUMT' the Buffalo arc making calculations '
AM -CAPTAW or AWESTERSSTEAMER. : papers .already ,, [Mrt. .Romer's.TheRho. ''
and delfvery to any .Jailor In Florida, Georgia, or South Car I .-A correspondent of the Louisville: about the benefits: that will rcsuii from his .., .,... ..''.." .. '...;:;",' ......
j. olin' Said Slaves. went ,off in whale boat, belonging to the pilots, of this Journal gives the following description of an return ,to the scene of his former operations, THE CLOCK TRApEOur, ,S eis'are' l' .'S
individual whom he when they think, :notwithstanding Ins former, re ;
met on an on the
'. t.' !They were seen last; night about' ten miles north of this city and aware that S
. po Western rivers : disgrace, he will give a new impulse to the prosperity -!, our ingenious Yankeebrethern'havo'fallen ':

., it is, supposed they vcnt to sea immediately thereafter. We are now out of the Fever river, and again of,the.place.'* :upon.a ew'iteni of export' to:Englahd,

.': August1S43. breasting the mighty Mississippi. Walk into VVe cut The above from the Hartford (Ct.)' in the article of excellent! but cheap efghf'duy .

"I .." ,1 ._ __ _______.,__ the cabin and'I'll introduce you to the captain Courant.arid have seen it in at''' least fifty other clocks. A i .
;1 1 '". ., ,' nAnd the Count llazartny-a live, full blooded i; papers.; Its travel: ; should stopped. Na Buffalo ::paragraph in theNew-YorkHrald ., ) S
H! : TIIEI' u1fiiiFabIesfcread l ", Hungarian Count-no'mistake. He was one:of', papers (so far as we know) have made, any has some interesting particulars,on.the' subject, .

f I I'& t.tm>A'\.m tA baby bidden-notlocr)'. I the life.guards of the Emperor of,Austria ,an calculations about :the benefits of Benjamin showing that the trade has, already, become',)m* "

.udf Until the guests were fed. i ii intimate of the young Duke of Reichstadt I'Raihbun's return to the scene of his fprnvjropc.rutiuhs portant in extent as well)!as largely.profitable tothose

. a "1tn1BmiT 'mmltlmJitri( Princes Esterbnzy and Uetlernich, whom he ,** and none think ho wilLgivc! a new who are'carrying :it 'on : .>

:: : I'UBLlaHEDEV$1tY MONDAY" Now has the jreal drama come ; acres most bountifully ; and in consequence ofhis impulse to the prosperity of thej/p'.ace.: The The S ,

.; : :J SUk arfcitsajff :It nIl < .@'>;>. ._*, This is nd mimic" scene,- participation in the Polish was.expatriated truth. 'is, there i is little or no .d'S, 'o ery of senti.! clocks in question: have brass,.works cut S
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by machinery, out of brass
and instead of being a captain of menl herein regard to,the l'effect o( his plates! .rnnde'for
FOUR; No coun'ter farco this whirl! and hum that in i Connecticut!.
lions. To of the use They: are fittedI\ '
horec and also nothing incalculable pin
,. TVr.S, DOLLARS AT THE JETO OF 1 HE TEAR.HMBirtueBwaliltiserted .' amongst princes peers is now, : say moral ;. : !
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t With care and'woe between. of the injury ho inflicted upon/this polished: mahogany frames, in a neat'manner/ .
I. -, : A One Dollar per square! a captain variest epitome ot steamboats p city, he was en. I .
.fo jIeis\ iaefiionandt7j5: Cents for each .ub...- 1 V amongst the pilots and pedlara."Temporamutanturetnos Urely too grasping, rnonopolizing in his business and wheri finished form aneigbtdaytithepieee,

...eD' O'L! jLbncer, adverti!,4ments in proportion and.none : 'Now 1 must ipea and act by. rule,' mutamur cum, ,I.Ii. l.ie. I. ,even if that 'business had been carried which ciinnot rivalled in the world' for acc .

, SC w&tlbe,ponVideredJesatharf a square. A discount And dignify the !bow ; ." on without the aid "forgerr. He was a bold, racy. These articles have' long been' known to
. 11idiIo il).oie.nhoaJf.! ; ; 'ertilejby the vear. No mann rs"ofihccoun1rj, .school.r .l He is a man of extensive information, a fund I kccbIessspeculatorand lirstset that ball in mo. the public of this country, but are, strangers to S

"" ,.i: : 1 t ;. anecdote, and his history is replete with rOe ion that has overwhelmed and crushed so many: Europe,until introduced there in''the spring'of
,*.Misctu.ANEOus PORKS, by, Mis. James Er.. For I'm.a matron now. j mnnce. Picture to yourself a man of about He was 'a merchant, and wished to Siictims. 1841 by the firm of Sperry and:: Shawi! No.' 8 S

( iftioa Locke," is the.,title I .of,a' work' recently) thirty-five, with bold hazle eye, bronzed com* (nonopoliz&ina business ; and, in his specula. Courtlandt-sL-The firSt'lnvolccVas. taken .as

I published nt Boston by Otis Brbaders & : Co. S Whet though I have within my home nlexion, regular 'features, raven hair, and the : ions as a/builder, grocer, coach and harness an experiment. The duty Is 20perce' t 'in .. _

.,. Jr' 'Thebes of the ''collection ja oUr ,opinion! ; are .. Rich; founts of happiness,- handsomest teeth you, ,ever saw, surmountedWith I : maker, painter, blacksmith brickmaker.1umberealer England.; The astonishment with which these: S "-
The wb lch bavo f fJ1rhpir.subJ domesl ; /&c.. &c. his seemed be specimens of American work were'vie wed'''was '
| v ; poems FaTrjSowersjusrjn their childhood bloom, a magnificent moustache, habited in a- object to to grasp "
a C. ;,116 obji>cta and: affections !i Wei'have been struck! The cherished sire to bless. : : green cloth opera cap, with a' Hungarian jacket I everything, to drive every other master.work. very great f. not only for the beauty and'excel. : ,

4 : ..'-:tumi".o!.--'" tho volume? i ,.with passages,'__of \ .' dotted with frogs, lace-work and tassels, thrown' nan out of business, and to concentrate all in lence of the clocks themselves, but the beautiful _

,. i .,,lhli.naturer comrniDndcd by'a simple! and l loosely like a mantle over his shoulders; his feet : mown person. Sustained as he was by gigan. and enduring polish ofjthe( cases excited great 6 '
Yet neck
.! .beaut/:: I We copy a single poem: 1 1J .5 as they l.'fonc'i; entwine, decked off with a pair of Red river m'occasinsy) |i ic forgeries, ot course no fair dealer could compete admiration, and is a perfect novelty,, there',1and'j .1

,IJ J I i I I AMA M'A.1'nONtNO\V. 'S And kiss my pallid brow,'. sparkling with beads and flowers, and a meerschaum : with him. The effect was ruinous. Pile cannot yet.be imitated.-; This first invoice sold .' 4

; S l"ulmost1wishhcir childhood mine;=- in his mouth, some six feel long. with a I after pile went up.by the enterprise of our citizens at from j 4 to ,;&5 each, or about 820 ;since that .. S____
. "; ;i': O tlremembcr: well 'the JOWD .
,: < ? i' FOrTma matron now.. '-: -. curious antique bowl emitting a club vfhinnekinnilc '; but Rathbun was the builder, and there time not only has every packet England carried -

,\ The. haycock and t ttn'mow ; ; (the bark, of the red willow,-,which the vas death in the seeming vi, or and prosperity au invoice but largo quantities.have .been'

tit .'I ; ., I'And,;thinking on't, a }igh I've drawn t JI :. schooled my heart,though hard to. bear Indians dry and smoke;) and Ibat,is the Count IThe mechanics-the support and life of the sent to the north of Europe and the late India I S

7t 7tt' I I. ? ,For I'm. matron. now;-r' -V. The'folly and the strife; lacewere'reduced- to- _. ilpnnnrl n. ,.____ on_n one_.__ n man.____. tities.hnnnH. ships They'areatso have also finding taken r their nnciHr way>rahl uan.'all
I Lathe imp
stranger Ro bbun seemed aiim inal. and
; I .., And Jearr.ed in heart the mask to wcar HINTd.SWIKE. the ports of Europe at a great profit to the 'h.
ben ho fell, the of his enterprising
'ii'1 'I,j -P,>Tbo! bill too,reach iri g, like a towers life '.. .. -..,. 'S .S Slbatoitallandd .-If you would keep them in health. explosion ,system t makers. Tbftamount sInce
S Of anificial :aused wreck and desolation, from which it .shipped
,1 ".4. Upwards.to heaver>*s broad blue:; D. ; ashes keep ,charcoal human urine by them and ; pounded occasionally brimstone wood ins taken us years to recover He was not a the first expei iment'in 1841 has been near40-! ,. \ 3

;' "The ry'eftld'wit in cockle flower,, : '" but mock .. should be put in their swill/ which should not food business man, and we have never yet 000 clocks. wh ich at 820, reaches'tbo important \

Far' stretching tld view-. \Whene'er take its consist of kind beard of a plan of his inclinating sound juJg sum of $800,000, and stands next to the article '
I ;iJ : vow : one of food, but.a betorogen- of rice in of S
1 > .. .. nent. Any with millions his command exports American produce. The -
: man at
1 J : f.. .. Onicompound. If a little fermented much '
, ) so
But lor kilts frock
i. vain-tpsigl or number of these clocks'manufactured
1 Th } .., .. ...;. ,. 10 matter, how obtained can produce and annually S '
berry patch beyond,,ft 'I rradVilh'hrr iu the better. We have had forty at a time, and great Connecticut is
For I'm airoq'n: 300000. Messrs.
w. striking results ; but, bjr his. lavish expenditure, Sperry !acd.
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.\ theM have found that would
0.-- and slough, ? they ,not thrive so well! Shaw turn out 300 week '
( .t l([the public all the while ignorant of'its source,) per S 'I-
Is ,1'! S hasty1pudding/as on good swill. If .
here romping bled'J ,
oft limbs have .
: *.. \W,Btu'Pm I 'my I ;- .*;The golden! ,oriole.GOLDENSHOWER. .' feed on'meal cocked or fermented,a few scraps you I ind his wild, visionary undertakings! suitably An HONEST .BOY_That *. honesty is'he\ [best j
'! a rtiatroo r ow. : : only for a city of immense wealth numbering
-4 ;
; and refuse sallffish cooked with. it, are a whole policy") was illustrated feome yeiirssincennderthe
.r.c .,.1, ;.,: !*. some and 'valuable ,fts hundreds of thousands, he may "unsettle all circumstances I
ingredient. Grass and following the i
4pvxji remember Ithesci "I The miner delves beneath / sober calculations, and the like reck. !
1'i! M ,r .j' the soil weeds are cheapr plenty and wholesome,.and generate Rochesser Democrat : )I" A lad .wasproceeding ; .
'i .: 11'I= ..Aaclmany tbing b To brn the precious las spirit; which cannot fail to lead on to disaster S S
L I I' ",. : metals forth, relishing like green peas. to an uncle', to petition him for his sick uister I
"'b" : ,The spring"rienth, groups of trees' :While farmers find inchristal l showers; and ruin. Such has been the effect of and hep.children, when he found a ket- al'J
r I VINES' ;-Let'your' vines' be examined everymornlngAndlbebugidestroyed Rathbnn's operations here, but the stern lesson
Tnat tt\toy thirst kath dried -.-! More worth than all ; ,
are .
find other have
; you'will [as taught people wisdom. They .
the distressed
f r ( family i was pinched ;with wani. "
good economy. When our vines have ,been struggled manfully againgt the world of. obloquy
'I 11'p :I. Thfe I bang.bitd ies4'Jdst' i in_the,. ,wood, The'rnltfulrain. that o'er the I land < > .: near the house, we have, cooped our bens in I ca'.t upon their good name by the exposi- Tbe,boy revealed his fortune' to'his: mother but "
S 4liTDgTroq> hE; their midst, 'and their chickuns the Rathbln expressed a dopbt; about, ,using any'portion. of S 5
11w | rnaple: bough i Spreads wealtU and Jifcj..ere'er tis driven, permitted to tioTi of forgeries and against the' the His mother confirmed his
I' ',1 .:" 'I ioDgd;to reach, though ne'er 1 could ;- ,Tells'milD.to never doubt a God > roam in their midstand think'the practice a'dvi- II deep,"and as it t seemed almost irreparable! los. i resolution ; the pOcket-ookwasdrir1is d,1 good and S
sable. Chickens and birds :
:are useful.We l.- which his operations i inflicted them
I sos
; Mid'mnrntfonflOl-, .. i !H : '1 .Who sends Ins showers of.got d from 'Heaven, very upon the owner found. Being'a man of"weaith'upon
.. ." :I'r 10 .r' mischief/are satisfied' that they do far more good than pecuniarily. They are, now,on the firm, substantial I. learning the history:of'the'! farnily] he'presented I S

The 'mar-tin' .fn her ceo "9' driessi. \VpJUN.-It. has been; shrewdly remarked. road to prosperity, arid will, never againbcseduced'therefrnm the 850 lo t the, sick mother,and'took'j the::'b6y in ..

:" .: ,Toe windows peeping'through, ; *. by,some one thai there are four orders of women FATAL TO SWINE.-Saltpetre! is as: fatal ..to bv such a man a, Benja. his service, and he a now one ihv'mrjsi I successful ..' S &

I I. ; thep a *clJ, withyhom'drea! is'all ;' the swine as arsenic to man. Our foreman last mm.Rathbun.BuffaZo: Comrntrcial. "merchants' in" Ohio Honesty always S .

: "TbogbWen, I :pippin i in the press. I magpie*,.with whom qtterl al Q] ; the tsrtlez, year salted some swill with refuse salt ''which ; brings,its reward-to, 'the,thi 'hn'notrto; the 1-

Tbe Xoiraipg.cider new';.- with whom love is all; andthe,faredue .birch, bad been taken from the beef barrel and ''stored Dandies now carry as much stufiing.in t Ihtir pocket. ""':1 f-,;<,, f
I t" i 1' / above them all. away wjlhin 12 hpurs out of 3 which eat of vest fronts, as ..the, most, fashionable 'la4ies.-' ; *. ..,- 'I. SS

'I'::, T, )* rn.crib in rtne granary' ; died, and the third was much injured. As The next step will .be to heist bustles on their.backs. A. Iadjat'sea, full ofappreheuioiiin.a, gale ,
That oft Tire tumbled o'er ." Puseyism; Puseyism1. said, an old' lady farmers at,this'season are emptying their: meat 'S S i c pf.wind, cried. l a mong'other.preujecIathaS;

'. : \Yien heapM with gulden treasure high-" looking staringly! ,over her specs.at newipa.per barrels..instead nf preserving the refuse salt far 55 .tions't; ?shall go to!the.boltorn..._roercjl on U5, ..
.:, which had much to say about Puseyism, I the future, they bad better.bury' U in the compost THE RETCF'I1EAVES.-LI'11e rest M' heaven is how tny head SWIm- :: ;, i, .KirM, ;.
1,. .:.. .I/:/; l;Bat I'm a<:bild no more.;-.. ;1.r.J always'thought folks would get 'more in, favor heap. Our beef was .shightly saltpetere.d not a: rest from labor; buTt(. from-evil.., II is nol: Zound*;madam,'never fear/ said ofaoof the

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Florida.Armed Occupation ? :
10A vi!.J] NOTICE to Applicants vn-fcrfle SURVEYED Landx.7KTOT1CE ; '
Commerce, harebeeizgrordeJon ; .
- ,., :; additional letter'we have [Frpm t\n N 'Journal nf %- "" PERMITS above mentioned who are designated in the enIxl .
r. CThe following ..", ARRIYAtOF THE IHBERNIA \ is hereby given to>ihe class ofAplicants 3id Act for proving the .* rut that the settlement .: "
relation to the 5 .; by the :
: in "; j
ST. eceived Delegate, oil"oj e "In1L,
from'our : England..TbcHibcriarsniIcdfrozn eUaed Ii.1. that ihe period Section *>n whiehh i* located" wilt expire on
i- : from Quarter np '
dfysI.er parliculai
; c'xtracts forwafilcd by the 16 crnmeiced.andthe Plats of werr .
Grange insect. The the ban been : one year' fromj the time lhat.. the Survey (
b 1843 Liverpool 0-1- 1814, that being ffl
4 ; : of Jufae. :
ninth inv
KloBday September in his iteeingtin the Twenty
alluded to
r I :. ,. Consul at Oporto ifternoon of the 4th inst. and brings London certified by the Surveyot General. : withlliQ Register and Receiver III HtNewnans\ille! ,Floridaoaoi f;:' :
? language,and as there is no per. of that date. She arrived therefore hereby reqnested to lie !law'abute mentioned. jSaeh ,.1t'
the ot
Principles and peopl be Portuguese I md Liverpool papers They are pursuant to the rtquirement hi > .
t : i: ion in thiscity sufficiently quallified to give any I the! wharljn. east Boston, at ten.o'clock ,onrbuday' before_ the sol datesai-fctory proof ow i affidavit corroborated by,the testimony or two or more. dijr,1eretd .
: date
"thirteen Applicants rUtemeiit
is the -
should be
'- unable Her .was \ proof I the parlicrtUra .10 -
at Picolata translation are night. passage s.hou1d give a
proof !
Salmond. like -ituessewhich : 0'2.
Thomas -
: Steamer hing a correct t..cated.
the It
: By j and competent Secuuaup4n7hich|
': : i' Savannah Georgian.J1n& JRe- them ., lays. cOinmer.r.ement--and description of the, part Icull6r Quarter date feified, the applicant "Wllt-' srorfieVali .; -
we have* received to give a place. \ had advanced in of III oin2 is fi'ed on or before the pe ,
: and flour in the '
'f' OPORTO,JUNE 22d 1843. Both cotton .Ualess) the proof required their \ ;; ii : ,
inst under
1st priniLi.
"- \ ,' ; I! rLMican of the > _;shViYife'. aiid claim to land i I -- _ _ _. } r "

'II ". : whether Johns couqty intends ESTEEMED SIR nce.T We again i indebted i for tha early receiptnf --- ------i / : .
asks St. are t
The Nev. of the circulnr of the Depart. via NPW Ji ..
In Harnden's Express I I .
to be represented in the. next LegMativeCouncil ment pursuance ot state of ibo 18th March last, "hive the Haven the -news steamer to New Champion Cnpt.. Joel ,Np 'Dae 0' Pft T I Name 0' ,. ,piicast. Qaarkr: SWi01l.. tTric.sAit.t Baal'' "' .
,i' .J be"some atxi'ety'on 1
to -i ,
There teems information ,I -
united '
honor lo subjoin ihe! very eton. ", __ ,, I' '
: : subject ontbepartvf the whig pnrty. There which I could obtain 'in relation to iho destructive We nro also indebted to Pdmeroy &'C .'s Hei11).MurpI11 r\ord"Weit" 9twe1ve, soUth = a72i .. "", .

is time enough yet to mjnqlt; ; candidates, and caused so tor English papers to the latest dates. 723, 2hrju1y .,' Soutb'VJ' 4jtvzelesotkiIs \\r te R ,'." /
: .nu the insect, which it is i said has manyand Exptess : htj,1y"; Fl I I.II.BaA', So\thEut. tweIce.outh uE t1- ,.
tb P YInOrrllqalr'd.i\ but via the Hudson River. UenjarninA ':',, I ,
due season y ,
: In so great ravages among the orange grovi-s triumphed.The 73l' cSjuly f rf.Aftey oc'lh Wellt 3 welye sonth er ;
JY;'* question 'leads us (9 ask another f' Po the .The Revolution in Spain has .3:1 221 italy phn) Perry North East. s- twelve south' roUrle"D : r
of FloriJa, at Liverpool on James 'I' r.Inteen'e' .
Hibcrnia-arrived south
7r/ ,22Jiz1y 8tle
ii caodidatt-S steamer North E.ut
: *\b gs intend to run Thti iame ;insect as described in your letter to inS days and 20 hours. 733 2'24joly Petu'Spukmln NorthWest S'twelu'lourb ronrlmo "\: -.
the i7lh July % i1sun ,
,; I We have'been favored,;ith the peru,al of a. the\ secretary ot state as bein! < the genus coccus, The steamer Margaret arrived nt LiverpoolOfi 7t)9'' 2Uhjnly 251h july Job henry J.C.SanchEZ ouihEst'
Ictielrto i j .B. Cole\ EsqJ"at I'ulatkn, giving (Linn.) is also known in Portuga',and has some, thc23doI July, in 14 dnys ;had called the at 781)8GB 29th july Samuel Wilson 1Soutb SO l h Weat Ea I' Q: twehe, v 1re stnith fil rt"'te "

fur Halifax on 'Vatenion .
I tho effects ,of a thunder especially in the Cork for Coal-was to leave 914 '4th augat, Robert
the particulars of "eSrs. caused greatinquiries ._ E4 _______
t:1 u'st. ,. ,. '''''' .
ooihetb.Utt.4 .. .I. l', iwinhcrnproyjnces ofhia kingdomjo. orangeVjiOi 7thof .J -'J tN'l I PANSWtCe'. _
Mor i AT fLive't -
I arrIved
n- JSreaTAlCestern
'i __ _____ rjfJpW ** .eolN'lIed---
__ flrr1f lot which- The steamier f -netiltiYalicn; wai ;
._ ri' trees,'but more to'the olivo trees, from New hnnld be the tmifi .
26th ult., in 13 days as to the fetllenient ctd nim.kef ,,,f
the OTE.-The p..rticulars er f
the The pool on kind 'nrtlenrment ?
lightning struck the roof of hhvMore at seems the insect'has a decided preference. York.The. the kindoftroHciihivatfd-nnmber of acre-' in, cnltivntion-Jthe aid children-male* and femal** while .. .. ..

,' -. West'end,and. descending,passed through a box disease caused to the tree by the visit of thai Great Iron steamer Great Britain, has persons composing llieldinilj--discrinuiia.iiig, between adults: : ., ,t' ., ',::
containing straw, paper &c., and instantly I envuloped obnoxious insect is i called i.tbis. country Fen a- 1 i been.launched at'Bristol. and colored. --___ ....__ ,--.-- ---a _- -" 1

LzI the room in flames. Mr. Cote was lying ,gem (Rust,) as it covers willie kind ofru3t the Heavy rains prevailed' in i England, the. crops flows in and -iO'Connell: -.-- is i-.ns-nier'getic" -- 'as I! ;iNbtice. .. -
rent all ?<4m in'''' :
I asleep at the time;was awakened. by the branches, leaves, and fruit. will be la'e and precarious ever. 'Sir Robert Peel Uxiks pissivcly on, reserving I S HEREBY Eate.ofJO3J'GIVEN to PKSO pa UF. unr. '
the house was rc.1 that the prevalence of Mutthew is in i Manchester; occupiesnine ileierniitiuliun to extinguish ihutlutne et in, the '"\
report and,soon ascertained IL .has been observed Father the creditors heirs.If gaees.nii.l ther- Irullj-; .
F Ff I rire,and with admirable presence ot ,mind wifc i : that dJK'nse i is greater in the southern thari on hours a day administering !the pledge.It when it bursts put.The amountedto ,liUS iib.ciiber aa| ns Administrator of ;iI i,) etat;, fci."fi}.dliisikccjiiiitiu --
: tI iho Globe, that for the last week JutinC'iiu '
: them in. the hottest generally i.tatedsays repeal rent |[ the County Conriaf rit >V
and threw in is now i
of districts .
several powder Northern greater
ed kegs tei ;
I ti Houses of Parliament will nol be prorogued J WOO. I in-i in s'mnunihs: froin '1'e'date hereof tie will' pie*
the street. fn.abouthnlf an hour the flames than in nn ordinary temperate summer; which the t -forcf now' .in Treland amount to iheJade of said Court r.., a filial
Lii to until the Inst week in. August. The military. ; ent hi*voucher* to '
were extinguished 'The lightning passed leads to iho supposition that it be the effect of underwriters i will suffer very 9S.fWMl men. settlement of hi" mid account, and wiilstthe SSHM

through, the cast1"side I of the building tearing an excessive i pnspira'.ion i :i of the epidermis of severely The Glasgow by the lo>s of the Columbia! steamer An order has ben receivrd. at the eniirt4 Royal Artillery lim? apply' for It duch.,*f se from the'UN. a
city.Tlieuinnunt .- Barracks; Woolwich, tor an company '
Mi- that
r house. insuted at '
whole tide of flue Aduiiuistrator.,
the principally j
nearly the tree. which vas Ireland. )
way forthwith j
; 40,000.underwritten corps tu proceed tq
t tt that
t. John Dick who was standing near. 'where it came No particular iftnrdy has yet been found. i il 'stated several at of upwniils the mo.eiil I demnnsz ration, took September I : : __ '

out, was completely stunned and remained raTor Annexed and marked A. I send you ad abstract by place on the 'Jlst ulu un the race cotirse; ot Gur. ]i 1'OTlCb.A .
of brokers.Southampton. t\r.1 ; from hu town. It was very Person*bavin Nay (!lamxnd miles ;
minutes.. the memoirs of the Academy f about two A
I several from fixed ns the rnws Deeem* are
is finally upon I ; atiu.idcd. Several resolutions Jones late of Columbia! County
Mr. Boh! hands were severely scorched inI I sciences of Lisbon, on thiimportant subject' ; ling pui tot thcsteamers carry ing West India numeroo-y'' requested to present th?in w'uliiii tli-J tiui nre'tii'.d '

: his implorable exertions to save his property, in and under letter B. an abstract from a *mall and& South American mails. were Mr.'O'Connell piisstil. I addressed the meeting, expressing hy Law or they will he jfoievt-r; hnrted..* unke An.l immetiuiepayment. ail iluKeitiilcbted

:' which he was successful. The lightning passed work lately published which I think'is all that The trials of such of Rebecca's daughters (in great aelight'al! : its magnitude. Mr. O'Con- .to said est' tl*4tVM.will TOWNS pW END. Exr.JM -

: d within three feet of whereho was lying, and his, has been published in i this country on the sub.. Wales$ ) as are custody have been removed Oourl bY of nctlt'ounJ great ,fault with the conduct of had thupeople : VRY ANNA JUNES. Exrx. ,
1 almost miraculous. ctrliorari from Camariheli to \ of Anu crbgh, a small village ,;, who Lancaster,CclamViaCouiitv' : E F. I -\
Tt c capcwns: ject. Bench.INCREASE storming i and i injuring i thepolicemen I 31#: \ .
Uw 1
mortified that it was nol in i Queen's b ro k en the by August iti I. :
_& 1, I am vory much TESTorAtisu: Durinj Father of'whom hud taken down atni- S
or one I Notice.
t, Dr.. Welch- to you more detailed! and evening and\ the law open to them I! ; thft
that the my power procure Matthew's vis'uat eeds,on Sunday unphillarch: If I wrong tindersisrped intendinj remove to
: } A friend> iemark"d the other day, more useful iulorniulion. But if you think that Monday last, he administered the pledge! tosev.ernl and lie prunim.'d,jhem that they should not want THE urfeipsfnr salc-ihnl' very dt imhll' :
.. world were fond of being ehtatcd in to 6000! : Bu the traitors of Ah.isrragh, [[ Shell .
& people of I be otherwise of some service to you thoussiml persons-some 'suppose its protection. known as the White Oytr
und if a man did not: cheat he.would get nothanks. may views and scientificresearches In Bradford, on 'Tuesday is said he ndminis- instcudof rcsorlinjj toil, violated: al| the same plantation Bank." Situated bu the. North River, nine"

T The remark npplius-olmirabl.in this forwarding your patriotic accede tered thf pledge ttj 7000"! In H -d! rrsu>|d, on time the very first prii ciple of the! Repeal 'AssoCiation miles' north" of Sl.Augustinc, .ctinia o ng onv"- .
I I shall certainly very glad should be no I
been attcn- there
said to Imve : that clear.
his visit is which' required about 30 acres
With little Indian buy Wednesday hundred aol..isty acrs
? .case of Dr., Welch., a the at any time to any requests you may ail dt'dvi'h similar succt-s. Even in York, (a .l' tumult j no rioting, and no violence of any t'es ed l and in tultivntfon ami 100 acres uf excel

that the Doctor obtained, and.alducltd from I il dress to me. plsce which,comparatively I speaking had never criptiou,. He fell' so strongly .OK the subject. lent wood land. 'Il i* beyond.question ,ib.mostilcsifable

country, without the probability of 1m ever being I With sentiments of great respect I have the hitherto felt the existence of total I abstinence.. ) that he would bl Aliascragh from the of 1 it"IP.of inhabitants i local rl'6n the River. being adwnta .

L restored to his Relatives, wnicn by thevay lie gave the pledge to 2000. Ircland. refuse to allow a single onuj books of*. the. ,'otsIy l situated f|>r raising the rll.nKe.ref'IftPM"',
the .
lobe, Lwrs-1 enrolled .. .
honor &ZcDMANT to be upon U"- lindalso, a .
.- b about as ,bad as stealing negro children Esteemed Sir, Loss OF STEAUEB, PEGASUS which has plied 'betweenLi'ilh \ association, and have them held! .up.tii the de'cs- wi-hj excellent of ,. plantingquantity Oak Woril, 'conveniently i
fine steamer Superipr
," from their relatives in Africa, the impostor is I r. Your ob't.servant.L.TINELLI.. This and Hull for several years, lett Leith on tat ion :of the people of Ireland for having viola to water Nnvigaiion. -.,

winn'ng&o' The pacc .
JohniBull and being rewarded with the plau U.S. Consul. sides the crew, sixteen seventeen in bc-I force.) If it were fitting' would lo resort all jo''turn force out together he : *:''ldby; 20 feet.-. abuit ltt .
deal cabin and about twenty would tell them, and they ttesidt the Fig Peach
I loves to ,
&titsof'the cheated. The' doctor \ at leas sixteen I: I. the law licajring Orange ,
Hon. D. LEVY, Vasbington.I but the probability is that the ; but as i. was lint fitting,and as fruiiitrce The Orange iiwct ha,
is his interest, and the fun age passengers; i his, determination ,. and other :
in the marvelous for several individuals arc was prvtlonunuiit. he must d'rclare made its appearance on lhe place.ll .
4 ; atical fooU roll hU, wundrous tales os a sweet : CONSULATE OF THE U S. OF"AMERICA.PERNAHBOCO number known to wusgreatr have gone with her whose names d.notnpeuroa I |;of erasing from the book of the associa never will, also,Rjpntj Ijccsc or Sell, the place on .
I the
morsel'under their tongue. Wo are sorry to-I J TOE 211843. the list nt the Cmnpnn)' nllici! Il nll the name ot every man connected With which I \\ reside known a* A'Itentaa .mot

: home who have every oppor.tunity'of HON.-D. LEVY, TalUhastee :, The vessel_ sped. on her way t ill midnight. Just Ahascriigl.I See cu Inc other hund. what would healthy_and .desirable residnnce. sr perated from .1t
e those co near : of the uho l shouted '
see to changed, the:captain brin g j jon iyIVkio in the case man Sebastian Rive. It hasadwklling
win tVu"St.
Doc- bv
.7. teaming thVtruth. swa'.low tho SIR :-In reply to a request ; of t'tatcfor wht'J1theVntch thn bridge, taking a look about him befln'ehe j i .* hurrah Jur O'Connel !" nr Head rt,and who, thc city house and all necessary out houses.:

tots lies with such avidity, and give sanction to this Consulate througbIhe Department turned in, she struck on a .smmcis rock in. I, when one 4,f Mr.St.George's myrmidons knock with about 40 acres of cleared land.-audo liirjcv::

\ information regarding the orange .trees of side the Fern Islands, near what Is called llifJoldstonc : cd him down fur that to .li.,b, but certainly, and excellent Plum Grove. The open land hun

his impostures. from a northern paper. this part of the empire. I have to advise that I Rock. The engines were then back; harmless cry, behaved himself like) M'Numaru. ,not been cultivated for four 'enis-enclollld!
We cut the following hurt icuhura1it she off. Wet head was turned to. of Clam'and :refused to return the Jlolie .
and came
the most
LONDON. consulted ed, wilhagoodfence.
A NEPHEW OF.OCEOLA IN of I have derived from wards the shore ; but she, did not proceed many \ promised :them thtt thit man should have the Tr.e above property will be disposed'off
"OccoLA, a young Seminole Chief a son here,and from the information I hundred yards, when the water rushing in ex. protection fir ihu law and the benefit of conn- all information in. rvs-
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Chief of that nnme. now enabled to report as follows :- fires, and almost immediately sti.Ilenr, hear.) !i iA loVV.A
the sister of the great Welch them am tingutshrd the peel to it, \n-OO;- on applicntbn

: 13 years of age was'found.by and Dr.alter Andrew living in hi* .I The orange trees of this Province. .have never I the vessel sunk. Finding Ibo vesnl sinking rap.. Card. I -. Forward EsqrSt." Augustine, or lo the subscriber
uhiuh I off
boats .
I 0 Florida,six years ago, of .nseetlO the a rush Lottie swamped. A'Reuta. 1 Possession given 1st .dny
I there was 1 at
in tho any I
andplaced to ravages ,
London been subject y method cx.
iJ.. ( i was taken to belonging to the! The Undersigned takes this 'aug.28I9;
j family a year or two Janv-s I the insects by which ed. The Maitello steamer, January: F.L.DANCY. } _
reverend mention thanks and acknowledgments
; decried [
I,. the care of the extent you her voyage from Hull, presing his grateful
under on
Hill,to be ed. which sometimes same company for the kind : .ENTtST. ,
I successor of Rowland they are attacked being the red nnl wreck about 5 o'clock on the Fame to the inhabitants! of Palatka -
\ the notrruiiti -
Sherman be a youth of much pro. and the whiteant which foundin I assistance they rendered him in extinguishing OCT.VAN .P.Tl'EN..iIl probably
uca\ d. He is said to strips tbo leaves, morning. The mate of the Pegasus was D permsaently.as he at one limeeoo-

''J ,misc,nol only a rigid te.etot.allerJut all possible a vegeta.."o- cats into the wood and if n't k iII..t.by applicationxof one of the boats,nearly insensible from cold the tire caused by lightning Had it striking not been his for store the tempUteJ.bnt' remain to anne" all whu make' spplicauin 11. .
withstood Hill.
.I ble ester.and he has mtoxica. salt, in the course'of time and exhaustion ; Mr. Bailiea passenger, )'csterdnyafternoon. tjiisornxt week .
drink arsenic his friends on '
V Ie- licitations of his schoolmates to or I p*>ssungcr, and onit bt the cicw, : promptness and zeal I evinced by lie flattera himself iha' be M aboat the only D atuttoaihnf -

IJ4( I .fluids.' Dr. Welch has:, preplrl-d a work !,I destroy the particular tree they have attacked yardanother discovered holding on by the mast-the ibis occasion a vast amount ot valuable prop. Philadelrh'u or New Yorkwh. M otD-
ting ol .
LiiL respecting extraordinary circumstances -with tho commonest care however no mis. vessel weie 1 having sunk in about six tat horns water; erty would have been destroyed. Should it PascaL to insert full set of Teeth with ld ,h.bnDili

I his preservation,with this Utle-"A Narrauve of! chief of importance is feared from thesoa,Hacks and two more of the crew were picked'up, a ever be the lot of any of them tobc|: placed in 1 anitonuriagiipriorand cLup by which p!r-.
of Occolaftikkanochee. his friendshipand assistance thftnare beyond enneeptOft'
Remembrances I situation-where nulls weiring: anuoye
and dead bodies. a .
4 I the Early Days, Prince of & un.cbatti. a )oung -very little cure is taken of the mange .groves well ns six all we can learn there must have been would be required, he will always feel a pleas and often beypud endurance,noryet are!they m;toy. !
i From *
son of Econ.chatumicoKinifof \ Bud the greatest labor bestowed c'\n*it' in turn. ,. on board, including the ure i in reciprocating i i the great kiidnessexirdedto ca'e a. useful, as permanent, or half as eieaatya .
Indian :
-I1 Seminole brief I about sixty Arsons are so perfVet'y fitted as to neetlno.pri"K"
i Red Hills in Florida with a about the root a year,{ the number have been saved him on. this occasion. they
II the and his renowned UncleOsceola.andhis i ing i up the earth once ; crewand only. six of J. B. COLE. aOJ in no ease doTes heaUow the gold IB be'expestd'
of his Nation, : and free from weed, view.A .
History clean lo
illustrative keeping the ground 18.t '
with accounts ( P.30lh August,
\ parents; 5. Palatka E. < his noi anco.nmon to find persons ni'uiijtheir
which COMMONS-August
with Indian Life in Florida and destroying till the green suckers HOUSE OF health and by their foal breath offending all! their uaociat. *

This work has not been republlshcd this };row out very strong from the Irunk. THE ASHBURTOK TBEATT. ti.:RI .i .-s.inepn.c eqnenceof wearing uVir mouths

yet I have the honor to be Sir, Mr.Christopher said he wished to know from On the 17th ult. at'Whilesville'.tbe residenceof uhtes so p'oarl) adapted to the jaws a* to allow
; country I President of the x:1n.1 I accumulate between the plate.!vl the Ca.0 ..
Fr of these days to bon. gentleman the > by the Uev. "i bod to
?i .' I I We should not wonder,some Very Respectfully, the right whether under the Ashburton Ozias Biidingten' q'UENORICKS.Esq.t01Mis'l woD'.d most'earnestly wi"saeh p r'oai"Lteu'
voting the Doctor a pension forhis Your obt.i!servant. Board of Uu- drr Maitin : removed. from the molda.a'nd
Customs plates
parliament 25th clause ot Ibo of'the late Sum.\ 10 h..v.he
and the ELIZABETH daughter
I I 1 fktttm&ropic efJ'ortlln the cause of sufferinghumanity I G.T. SNOW, Consul. I' treaty, the.uricu1tun1produce if not convenient to ply a few dollars for baY:
Bill, it was iniendedt.a9mit uel Y. Garey Esq.OHITUAUY.. fitted, they h.id better -service
ty the'Dlita
labors. this .
connected with l\\s literary nf ihe State of Maine country jog oICI'
submit the ncoDYen
and to
I and Dinner Hour in Old Times.-In If such wer the case, ti. : : them altogether '
'Drtti1cf colcnial duty. .
We understand that the charges preferred I her life of Isabella of An;oulemc.l Miss'Stricklandsays who was at wished the to know what security'vould) be given I ;Died in this. city on Inc 31st jult., EUSEBIAi and, mortification!-? tec'h or of parts being of sets ia erted so firmly i*t -

II ogainstLt.McLaughlin.of the U. S.. Navyonoccountof wife uf King John of England, estabIMted that the produce of the oilier Statl'Sf America i infant daughter of Roque Leonard, Esq, aged neatly is t., be jfteirlf as uefu and quite .ornnn-a-
., I "In the era, five o'clock was;: into England in'tbesmme from which they can
matters connected with the Florida -breakfast time, nud half past ten A..M. would not find its way 1 1 :year and 4 months. !al n! the b;>t jnituial! growth -

1 J dismissed by hour, for all ranks' and conditions way 1Mr would endeavor to I rarely.be ?Selected. in-t.-preier*
War,have been insul60iCIICyorSrouods the orthodox dinner Gladstone said that he MARINE JOURNAt Teeth filled with the finest gold so a
The Court scandalized at i limits of farther or aching.TOOTHACHE .
the legitimate decay
for the reason of a n of own. himself within ihementireIv.fmrn
the Navy, ibo in subjecting finding that King John never left hbj pillow till confine at the same lime bo wijuld endeavor, rrcLm :o a .A .a iuv! .Iiably.cured in a f',w ae-
; :. to justify 1 mid-dayu which timo his barons saw him with an answui ; tho meaning of those articles c>f bad. *.ant wtthont additional pain.
court martinL This decision i of fair Is fully to explain ARRIVED.SSthrSleamcr Office at Mr Hedrick' New Itnte'l
i 4 him to by issue Trom vhechamber ofJthe] the hon.. member hud referred. u: -
which th
contempt. *
Secretary will no doubt be highly I gratifyingto tibella. This mode of life made him far more treaty to he understood the first part of his bon. Gen. Taylor,Peck Savannah.SAILEP. N: fl.-Charges il Iea.t one-third lea than
-. : this gallant officer.and his nUINrous friend, unpopular in tho 13th century,'than abduction"the perpe., As friend's far ns question was ,whether by a clauses 'I diiiaryr St.zIIZU4List charges.in. A'IIII23 St.'A nguiuine.18-1:1. -.

:; of th," new trnt'n of a few more murders and Bill which was intended to give Sarani.ali S
the Pearson
Customs CaL Harney ,
\ on part the :Steamer
and evinces a disposition stands alrea ot .30th, I NOTICE
Wash- 5
his of I' ,
with memory of the treaty
those \
head of that service to put a stop to the nllm ;: effect to ihe of the Slate.of Maine would 2J-Sieamer Gen. Taylor, Peck, Key'West. HEREBY GIVEN.That TWO oirU3J.

I within late ,unless ; charged.: in ton,the produce lIS admin Jtnt ,f the LI- .
.; rous court martials beld year through bc c1ony or New Druns._ r 4"ie.the nberihi a >r
: xtue.-V.uh. CzniinZ.I \ We Icnrn that Messrs.Frye& Shaw, il1g lac forwarded the colonial .1.1- Notice, tate.N"'l GF.IGER.deeeMcJ..wiU present hi'$>
for grave weighty ------ makers, liutfftniousmaihfmatual .... wick to this country nt UU'J ;Courtfor aHjrnnt. ?-
instrument the Cbunif
----1----j i had only rel rt"nce..tbat. part HEREBY GIVEN, all tin mii may concern e..mt510tJeJad.: e SIX
of Silliman.s'' invented and brought high perfection a .con The clauses to be.long S3 that the Subscriber'will six weeks from' the date and notice i. hVrebV 'fartberiheu.uaidI4uiS14a that

I IctMotjNTAiThe July No. venifnt lactometer, which promises .great_utili. of Maint'hich was cow acknowledged thereof, applf toihejfndge fI f the County Court of : MONTHS serdaLaLwiIlappy fofa fi

; : .Journal of Science contain*.nn account of an tEvery body,is i interested in having such an to this country ; the part of that territory Si.John* County;for letters.6f a
t ice mountain io Hampshire County, Virginia; wh icU tells the whole truth by a simple which.had formerly been known by,the name- of the will' annexednn the e>lnte of the late John Forties will please to uka notice..JOHN .
little Inten-st in thatquarter. !I instrument; and which bad by the LoTTPHlLUP3.AJui n''
4 not a : of V.SNHCZ
uhich has excited immersion,and a child is capable usingit. the disputed territory deceased., .' '
It is composed( of rock, and rjses I I of milk out of ItX) are wa. late division fallen to theUnited: Suites,' did not June u. '
+ I Bomb seven eight hundrril fret, const'nu\inpr i ii About 87 pans however, var es.in differ. come within the operation of the duty.; :In answer S Regimental Orders.&T \ of A..ivt'.lm.ti.. nr-5nhiuene4.1- .
The proportion pfflD>
The inounta in i surface is made ter. second of his hon. friend he AUGUyriNr.atUAueut.lS4l.HC -A.st.t.34.t. '
of fidge. of the nuiri live quality 10 ihe question St. Ancustiu,. K F. IGJ
average B.u'a.
part feed. An t the I and 2d S
i removipg cut Officer*c"iumandine nBe
d-stonc--nnll upon uml ,with this endeavor! .I lofxpluin the .precise positionin will be lecetved at this 2":
: :;ot ired s determined as standard would T Florida' Militia
I : up, of the 12th Rgin.nl l F.IBB-
: .. 4- oueslothedep'.hof a w'inchesi, masses may variation will bCditcctly shown which they stood with respect to the verification lions their cnmiuanda PROPOSALS day'or Sept. 1813:.tr .

2 .I1 the of ice refoundntmiilsumther.even during the iustrument any wh'ch will determine its .valutThi '. !I of the origin or produce to be admitted into .wIll Utk tie. emtfiirinitv'neirCMary iteptt with the have jActa of $ >Territo I HEEF7<)l rr, ueto trw L fod SlaIH'I''I'1.jkMn*.111I-t- |'

,. mo&t onnrefsiveseasons-- 1 permanently r-- nrescrvVd. byimmersion.' American Institute, under. wliosc patron. t this country.Uy the third article,nf the treaty' iyand,irgsiieJ incoiniliarce'\vith in IH> orders of Rrfgadieien tinned at St. Francis D-irraek*. it:''I1?"Month*tin*- : '' .

; j introduced among the cavities I desires nfjeverc ,and the clause of'the Cutfonvt comrh cding ih! Contract to be enforced for Tvrtlte **
A ,thermometer this matter has been prosecuted f of Washington ( .ral. Jo'crR M tiFR \Drz. .J It s eh q1"1 !
of the'roep"s nkbelo'w '40 degrees and would age cxp'unation. and thorough test at its Act, referred to by the hon. gentleman, powciwa Eastern District of Florida< (JT the inspection of Ihe l>ef to be .serf good quality th-,Tcopfr".n "*'."I

S hare gone lower bad it remained. During are. Club meelinj.:-iV. Y. 1.rib"nt.i i t t1 'given for d.n .nding .a, verification of ongin .. Inf.enor>Gener*!. They will direct the CaoiainsCompanion tie as m3"be.rtqnireUJr Comma'tidln Officer.n'H t.sceejtuICS 1 1a
: feel below the into this country manrsnbjcct 3111,11ln7 time by the
to perform 1 mGntbIv.O'
winter,n cavity,about lour in all casts of goods imported ; to have every [ be m.i.la i
cent 'with snow. -1 in thow Beats.. immonedtoap week| ,toi yyhi<*h p.yment.will 311;'
: it.eirre'oective or
and filled up the British colonies expecting : in ,
', surface was opened of Indiana,Illinois from I "of the AssUtaM .Comaiia4tY
i boards, yet il remained In the last Congrats the Stales he'British colonies.i-icptintrii on parade at 10 A. M.on the &A toy of Nntnerveir.anilhave ; in the event du..as.be I.lJr
ft'redIOOIelywitb from heir
( and imported withont audi, as,, .
U..I.c friable, I North'Carolina then and there two Muster Rot!: + si4enebein '
Ea t
: the whole summer dry, Kentucky, 1' lU'CSC, those imported from the tcrritprie* of the ( ; .
during General, sad one for the Adntant'iJ plied for that pnrpoM toILAftx1SllLTff 1
rneltiog.-AYw York 54 members, of whom 35 were 'which at present' he 'wntil tIfltfOr th9 Inspector seaW and direeted .
and rJl lipf'. uitboul Alabama, bad India Company, nffite.S .. j jBjri I The frnp.MAts will he -' "
t In the next Congressthe outof view.;, Toe produced that part cMaine ; 8th Inf.}A. C.a U.S.iArmy..fgustinei I
Corn I
". .;; 8u&I whigand 19 Democrats put : ;order of JOSKPH 3..bnciiKz: Colonel ::' S3IlTli.S .
limber.IRELAND. -
; -.-- the mi'x. states have the same number, ; but the was almost exclusively) Jijtb Reg't, F. M. i :. 1JA.CS':
thnt same I. 'I -J2tUonLl3tJxif.
IIcrschrl has discovered I JNO. LOTT PHILLIPS Capt.'uzdMj't.Sep'.44 \ i
W. Democrat |1
Dr ol stand now 35 t'
fumed.They ,
j with hyposulphate August21
are .
nitrate of silver : t Ireland is still the votex of agitation. 'f.he '}
T :- ingof bitter substance*, produces i This is cur ioU, 1'S
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"1111"; '1vo under Florida Armed the No. eft -I- ,. In the Superior Court I IFORTHE ) r .s.i.:
; Applicants Occupation of I
Permit] Dae oj l'triit. Namaof4pplweat. Q..rfer (eetiaa 7bWtsAip.lOt I Range': DISTRIC'M.OFEAS'l'FLORIDA. I. "t "' :J
4th Aus842, 'to wlwm PERMITS hare been granted on SviiNOTICE : IN BANJ .UPTCY. \ ,I 4.
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"i. EYED.'tafW8' 641 !. Jull" J hn 8endets ;1 North WeCt 3 ten aI'ds ,wenty three e In the matter j SAMUEL II. WiLLIAMS, a S 'I'. :.!

644 ) Jail lIeor) F.ifl.nwlde'. outb Eut t thirteen .twenty ore e Bankrupt.PURSUANT t '"
is'hereby given:to the cli,s of Applicnnts above mentioned who are designated in the eueIo. .i
G53 P North West 35 order of the Superior Conrt I
Preyaat two to an (
Joseph ten aIZiIipuly twenty 0
of '.Ox YCIK" ailowed the sai.1 Act for the .fact that the Settlement J2ihjuly '
by ,
*Vibe period proving is hereby 4 \ -
tiSt Samuel E H"lUev North East 30 thirteen twenty ouee of East Florida. Notice : ;
Ii,. conimdnced.'andthe partrculat Quarter Section upwn which his Iccated" will expire on the r +: '
North West 24 the Patition of.said Williams :
659 John 'Carroll ; ,
len two e that the nesring [
. J4ibjuly a twenty given
IStkdf'Deumker.': Ig4|. that being one year from, the day on which the Register and Receiver of this .;! ,';
f. will 1 take l
under the Law 660 UlbJoly Waley Black i Nortl.) West 6 Ihirteen aI4ihuIy twenty one etwenty for hit discharge ai.dce.viificat 8. 'place S 1 .i '
, Office were prepared to act 661 John Neill. dOUI" West 6 Illi,.. of November next at 1U S
" eu.14.ttqul" p one 0 Monday, the IStlrday -
1- therefore hereby requested to file with the Register and Receiver at Newnaniville, Flartda. on
". They 'ra 670 John t5bcild"l'' outb Vest 10 thirteen iil5tbjnly twenty two 0 o'clock A. M., and that al! persons interested. may ,, I -
a belr. jibe said date. .atL'4ctory proof pursuant to the requirements law,above mentioned.' 676 Soomon: E Zppetertjr.! North \Vut 34 eleven aI5Ih4Iy fifteen show cause i if any they have be for. said Court .
be this corroborated the:testimony of two or more disInterested
c Such proofsbonld Applicant" o*n by the leulemeut- 677 John M Zipprere. jr. North \Ven S twelve il5thjuiy fifteen e that time, at the CourtRoom in the City of,St. Augustine S
Which shonld all the as to '
and evmpetent witnesses. proof give particular 61d Thomas J Zipptrtmt, Sortb East 3\: CIeTCII3thJuIy .. fifteen e why! the said Samuel H.ViII..tnJ, should S : -
which Is made. I
'w,t data ofits commencement-and description of the particular Quarter Section on U will 679 oaepb E Zipporere, south Welt 3 twelve aI5th1iily fifteen e no\ receive his discharge and certificate as a Bankrnpt. 4
Witness in the ,is filed before the date specified the Applicants
/ ihepro required foregoing on or
North Elllt 8 twelve
MJ John 61 Zif>>perero .ear. al&thjiilj fifteen e ;
forfeit afl light, titie! ,and dumb land coder !theif, Permits. 8 1 Willis-n I Uan. ; duufh East 24 len aJ5thjuly fifteen e And 9otiee l'is hereby farther given,-that General !it /'

......_" I' "_ -_. 682 William DA drewa. outt- East 3 twelve aJ5thjuty fifteen e Josxru Al. H ERR AVDXZ I has beep appointed hy this t
.. -- 6d368G W dlluth Welt 34 eleven of the' said
-- --- ------.-- ---- --- I'randa Durretice. a15th fifteen e Honorable Court ASSIOXKB: of the estate ..

I .Dete'tf' :PeraiU.19th AT.au if Applicant Qvarfer Section. R4qe. july :ieaborn J St.lldy: Norah East 23 .- pJSth1uly twenLyawenty Samuel II. Williams, and that said Joseph M. Her "0 .
688 AI1rd l"'lan ortb East 2 thirteen I151hJuly e nandez. resides in the city of Aagustioe, in East 5

. Perill I. ----- 689 tllzabelb 11aafl. outh Veit I Ihith.en.lilhjgl a twenty e F.ridaand! that letters for him (post paid) shou'd be .

3 ; December h.'Fr'dericlcllliii8th"W2i: ; Thirteen South Twisty Eut. 690 Dalliel$ HOI D..1 outhWat II eleven a15ibsily twenty two e :Erected him at that pace.: 1
16' 21st December. William Turner South Eait *Thirteen s wenty two eh'flhtl 691 William Tumert Mouth Welt 24 *' a17thuly twenty three e Dated at St. Aognsrne. E. F. 21st Angnst. 1843. S ....

17 '21st December l'.dard Iienmi n. South Fast 34Twelve, sTuWHtklf. one e '693 kobert<< T North List 15 thirteen aI7th1iily ,tw'euly two e Attest .GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Clerk.. '

19 ,31, December Daniel% Wil&on. North 'Vfl't.Z4Twelve: a twenty b ,e e 696 'fenrl A WickwiH, :U l len al8thjuly !twenty three e By JESSE Af BRUSH, Deputy Clerk.
t 100 John H Heck, I South East 2:' ten 819th twenty two e Aiieut2I S
i7' I6ih D 30: :\\\t Decenfiber. John Chrst't.othp.rcuttIC.; South East 2fi'l'wrh'e'8 nineteen e 115 jill, Martha Danipeer.1 E lor N. W. I etev.n a191bJ1117 twenty two a Notice. I
21 .i5! Twelve 8 linrteett 716 mmci Chismi NUltb East 20) twdwe I'J9tbjnly twenty e "
West : a "
neee'.r be, A lieu Dix Douglass. South t
31, 3111\311. De f..JJ1Jtt James Crosby. Smith West Twelve 8 tw.IaI, .. 717 David AIzeU" S South Welt 29 ten. aI9thpily twenty two e WILL be sold at public sale at the following! .

3.1 : J' Jvibes G.rner.SOlllh East ;; !Twelve a twIsty. 719 hmel Jobo.on. I South \\ est 23 twelve' a twenty e ? abandoned military I'MtI..t the jtinit*
) eember.faff
t,34, J ** .. ,... kluhnD..' Sonih EJM 27iTueIeis .. tWeDIY.' : S 729 19thlnl1 Dennis P.'lickt' North East 26 tweh'e a twenty slated: all the pnblic buildings! au.l imprJTemer at ._._.
1,1 : ; Young* ( : 722. Sweit 1' thirteen i each without the claims i janyT.ofjtnd; rvidnals ..... ; :
:45 ,!" "-" GeoridV' 't'lifst. North' : .rWfIvct it: we1i i .mj 'IUIIIJall .y--: '. "arlel "' South Walt a S twenty one regard to -- 5
3t i 'JIt.iu.ary'' .' William$ 25 Twelve sWili'Mtn nineteen etw.liy 139 22J iilv Michael eyeIy. \ Soaah Well 2 tbirleen.2"lJ a twenty e I to Ine- lands npnn'irhinh lh 7r afinrtnlhftrmr1chasers .. : ,y..., k--' .
,31 i Ud.J.a. .r r' : Granvilte! SlullaVe t. 'I T.\etye IJJ 0nin"l..eu 14. lul, .1athew Ct.e ..er. South Welt.ll twelve dfteec e : taking all the risk if any m : '' .I ,

: 2odimkryl.!u'd J"n'Ubry .. Kin'ra ..'Iflej'j I South East 36 Twelve e 745 22dut.v Daniel Lynn, South Vest 2 twelve 8 fifteen I At Carey's Ferry. Black Creek, E. F. on the;t 20th S -
: 146 South twelve fifteen next month. I
4U ud'Jaluo; Ji-e $ Njrtb West SI: Twelve s wenty e 2'ldJ'I \hn Cltejlller" F.-lit 2 a atwenty i September
4.1. 2nd Jnuu.ir.y'iid : ,. EairnelCrawud. Sm'lhV f\IJ 33 'r\vdve: tThirtern twenty- oiineten 747 22d jul1 William Scott, ; North E.t 2:- thirteen three ; At Mkandpy.' E F. on the 22d of- Septemberneztmonth. I!

43' ol'li..ta ,B"ulh East: s e J74375tJ 2'ld july' Wiliam: 0 'l'homSoalh,, East I thirteen twenty three | .

:" 4..; 4t1, January January' o ininCroMS.imoii ekingr.. South Et 3.-., Twelve sThirteen twenty eeishleeu "l'l jllly Iamei J CO lIell! i North \Velt 13 thirteen 82'ld twenty two : 'At Fort Fanning,:' E. F.on the 25th of Septembernext ."

4.8 .Wilson.: aonih s e 7M ;j'lIJ George nou toll, 1 South Welt 24 twelve a22tljnly twenty e I month. I .
2, January! Twelve sThirteen Ot : Burrel Taylor I ooth East 21 tlurteen24thjnly .. twenty one e I At Fort WneaasassaE. F.. on the 27th of September #II .
Bernard ; 1t4LngLo'I. twenty i '
{j4' ;/nnifiry; North Ellj j a 751754i S William II Cubenj North East 34 eleven' a twenty three e' -next month. !I : S

M jib January .. J"tt'UJf'tc.. Mills.. I. Twelve M twenty twel'"/ e 24thjuly Curti. C&rrot. : North f.ul 2t thirteen 8 twenty one,e' At Fort Wheelock, E. F. on the 29th September i S I I ,

jJ ih January ., I :3, Twelve 77 :l411. illy, Richard: D Pine' i North East 2: thirteen a2ltli3uly twenty one'e -.next month. I I I : -
: Oil \ Henry new, ttvcn'y e'Iiuttt'ell S t
( ) January; ? E. 26th cf "
!' 14ib' January James D Jone, South Eist III thirteen a 9 754, AI" Rodd.nberr.Y. 18/oth Enat 28 thirteen twenty one e At Cedar Keys. F on the September "55 .
y 7597tiu Williaua Raven Nonn '','et' ihirtcn .:wcn'y one e next month. j 1" : I II
.t') htziicaiursi.r S 'lIbPollt 14 thirl..n tivc'tty two e 24tIiuly a24li .
'ijBthJanuary16ib 1 January: 6ertree Turi.ei.Wilhnm ""IhVe"t 2* ttiirtii 8s twenty lw, e : jolT tJrit'on Branch SOuth \Vtlt 30 tlJirtflen a '(twenty P IJI e e I I Yitc 11.:1! :*, eXcept: that nt CeJar IveVs will, take .. .

'II ibJinu: : Unnie,. North Eitrt 2 Eleven sthirtten twenty two e 711 24th alf \ValliamV scott. r North East .13 tbirteell a twenty two e place uncethe direction captain J. M.lJiII.1 1 asst. S
;s.' > January/ ryIjgui Wiley D"i.I..j uuh Ee" 2 lIv.ui 1I twenty two e 77:4n3 ,:!4 tll Jill, oa&I ETboa: *. : North East I Ibirtceu I21tbJ'lly twenty three owenty Quarter !\h'sler. United 'S tain Army and atCedar. S .

18th January: : i James Pio! 6onthliiiiih! East ,15 s twenty 1\\0 C N&ebo1uT1rninas. .. I S..tb. Eaat 27 tweh a24th two e Keys under the dirECiofl'Or Lieut.J. G.JfeUbank or S

113,' 23J Janaaiy! ". "m1, Eite.: : r.r.st: 35 Ten twenty two e 77.a.. july James' M O :kiuw:1I.: NOltb Iat 3'l lhireetj a2lttijiily twenty one e ome other: officer of the array. I -

S ; ji S Elizabeth;; I114irk North \West 3G :Ten: s 'iw.-niv Iwo c 410 amueJ Silicier. North 'Veal 2"l t1 tren.ph a .went! uue e Til O.F. HUNT. ', SS
; U 2; &uar,
: J'tmeII North EnSl 31 .Ten su.iile. !'!twenty tin' e e 717t5 july Martha R ltidaughL North Vest 3f thirteen" a' twenty a. S Lt. Col.Rod Uept'y; Q. &L Gen. I

I S lOZl.7Ih zjJ.iuiiary: January2Utb S fines, C lIilwr..n IIJr. couth West I : ..n s.i (jM-flntv e 10:: 25tlijnly William Connell i North F.alt thirteens2StbJ:411 twenty two e Deputy Q. M. Genre office. t I :

S 376 January ': Ciruelii< BaruVr,' North East 1 1 eleven s I\we niy two c I lamesT Co nell, North West 2 thirteen twenty two ewciity St.Augn.iineAnausi9.1843. S S5

I 54 1 i 186. 9kb Jkuuaty S Varrnii Henrvjill, North WestEast 3;. '..birteentn a I twenty once 100 I Ib02 'r-'J".I.It.r. i. t,. l I" tJ FVlt..r j h'I' I North' fa.'\ 001".. thirteln' I t'o e ,OC 'I ; '': iI

1 4 17 February Cllllllcel Mokeii, r-outh l 24 s twenty two A 2Sihjuly IClaull Shdo olt. I North 'V.itll uni1": I .rvveniy ,, -
J90 I l
W Kurd S amen Pi.-oi; ( 1 South East: Olthttee"1't. twenty e :U3S'i9 :lbJllly Israel Sherrnae North East 21 llhinen a2tthjuly wenly a I \ : 1l'11. ..."
I 9 Wiliaiii oUlh.Weat. 10 thirteen s arnell'Higaiubottom, South Vest 21 twelve two '
t J.lMrch, Curry renr. I twenty e 812b13 a twenty e. : : :
.i. 9 March J"'Ilee U. Dka, :4l1l1th Weil-2'.l thirteen sihirteen twenty e 26'hjulv. Jam a It DYIIII, i North Vet '17 thirteen a ..wenty ecwenty i % S

55 193' ::UI.rch S S antes (Uiich, South End: 2c s twenty e 26t-: july Andrew AlcQlena North Welt Ji') thirteen p26thply ; e L, ; -;

',"' 194, 3d .M arch I tvurge J CurrVilliani :!ollih \West & thirteen twenty eIwvitty tlI4tlI9 olin 0 U... I : Soulh W lt 9 thirteen' wenty .I \,

j ;'!1 1 3J March I ,- Curry j,,. North Emit 14 thiiteen enineteen f21B'l! 2GlleJllly Thowaa W Sweet, Soulh Elld II I Ibirt.D.26lhjul a wetity ejiwenty 1 I II

_ ;. IfalilaidiMarch "" (&'jorge Sawls.jcorg "Ithye..... 3' twelve a S o ) ohn Filnian; I Norlh'Ean f eleven a23ihjuly two 8Itw.n'ylwoe 'L-- :

: t97' I A41'.h. .' ; riMII.l Nnrih -,.,.,,-, 2b thiileen twenty 0ninele.m tI 23: IUle.O Fil'llan. Surlh We't 8 elpv'JlI 82UlhJuly I ,

S t2: ih 5- )anie| II arrel', South West : thirteen s o HJo8JI James liiii! i North Welt ti thirteen twenty I
;S h Mah fleisiin Grntohn ih.im. South West 12 thirtfcun a u'leteeu'etwenlllwo 26'hjltl harrison CrOak, 1 North Vest III tbirteel a27thjsily twenty e

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March urnes Revitl. South: Uest II eleven 8 twenty two' e 2711ajtlly. Charlea Ruich, i North Weft 11 thirteen .twenty one e I ,
83-1; '
.1.1 !'l1 I3&Maih Mary lulL 30 ten 8 twenty three e 27th jt"y 'uru.tol E M..yea' North East 19twove! Inlh twenty one s I 1 S

4 .278. 13th March S 'tVilfiam Hall.lirhard S 30. ten .' ,twenty thiee e 8W8s6; July Solomon Godwi. ): SOUI E'.IIt' 2i I\ Iweh'e.27lbjul. a \twenty onee -- ( .

t !' I Id'.h' March ah I7uwad. I South East 30 twelve s i twenty vue u Willis Chamtartahi! .o'lb! Welt 24. ten a27sh1sily {twenty two e
f' 837 4
; 29J S I'jrli March Willuin II Hear, North Edt lid twelve t twenty one e Uenry Laocaller, i .. North Eat II eleven '!. ;fifteen e "'lI.b.5 -- # S I

wits' 18th March :nncu Hollin itworth,. South West 24 thirteen I I(eighteen e 84.1S4. 27thJIII .rbomu Weekl.I I North Faqt 3327tL4uy ten I \imteen etwenty fitMEDYtOVY0'S '
:11 S4th March Leo Iociiis M Neal', North West 3 l& Iwelvofa' 8 twenty otto e 1 o.haa Mille .South East 20( twelve a27ihjuily { e : : .

'I '.-:: a'" 8th April: \br \
14ih April Jjhn Baxter North West ,9 ten 8 fifteen William P BrooKer North East 3'l. tt'n a28thuly three e THIS I
(rial mid is
contidently re
years' ,
j S 3t9' I5tb April lohn C Hope, j North E.irt 8, ten 8 fifteen o tstiJ7 John TOWIJ 'ld, ; South Wait 10 twelve s2Sh1uIy fifteen
:rCJ' i commended as asafe and effectual med 'cine fur 1.
)1 GodlifF Bher North East :
thirteen! 17 thirteen
15th April Jarni.'nrne'ri North West 8 twenty e ?ule. p28'hnIy twentytWI'.ty e !
:jJ! : \.. 15tn April! Williun WJoh.ison, 2v twelve ..aS twenty e bOO fame. S ""'.Ivel. : North \Velt 27\twelve a29thjnly \ twoe expelling worms from the system. The tin exampled I i

i: 17th April Abwoleni Joiner Sifiith East twelve 8 twenty BUI John 8 Parih. Nnr.b West 23; 'en a29ihjuly 'fifteen e success that has'attcndelt its adntinistration I S

, ,, :,r-. '-s58 J7t1\pr Simpson Johnson South East Vta thirteen eighteen e 863 Lewia D.ie: .. : South Ealll I; twelve a29th4n17 1 twenty three e in every case where the patient was,really S S

"Z'tl" I7lh April S S JMm J, hnon.Zachsrii Nurth Wei-t a26 twelve a twenty e tl641 Sao.ael Hud.oa, i "th West 6 twelve s29thiily twenty three e afflicted, with worms, certainly! renders it S .
S (t.J :itS t'lllAprai Dais,' North West 2 twelve' a fifr.een e IIhD Sever$ I South Welt 3// thirteen a29LhJuly twenty anineteen worthy attention of Physicians. |
S: '3. ,rlcl April t.tiert.Corbatt South Wfst 9U ten a twenty three e 872 .me.T Berall North Wet 12 thi.tef'n.29tb a e The proprietor has made it a point to. ascertain .- r' :

\"ii,1 '3'i6 h..MIly'- J'''hu Davis, North East 29 ten 8 t" .ei ty three! e 873 JIll! William D 8raoth North Vest 7 thirteensQ9tlijuly twehiynne o the result of its use in such cases as tame !
5- : -4ltIJ M lludclifTe North Eaxt 27 thirteen a twenty two e S Simeon lI.rYe" I North East .28 t.'etn I3htJuir twenty two I
S M May Richard 874 within his knowledge( aud observation-and he. .
4'7 : North r
I'M c1ink: East7 twelve .
8th May Geure FGuyer.AnnManhKiii Nnnb West 1(1 thirteen s twenty two e 875 iwctity twa found it 5 ..:,
invariably, produce the rnostsalttary .... t
S 4t E' S. w. 3G
thirteen stephen U.wpeer.j ten a
North WeKt 2: twenty twoe 3btJuly twe.itytwoa
L 4lI9' Hih May tSG John South Welt 25 twelve effects. -not unfrequently after nearly all the ordinary .
, gib Zackaraycek, North East 14 thirteen a twenty two e alit t.ly Curr. I aSlatluly nineteen e
Ma/ Sigmunt 837
4t3' South Well 'l9 thirteen preparations recommended for worms .
North West It eleven 8 two e Stephen Fallan. : a twenty o S
M twenty
'StS "t ,'. !-41" bib My10th James Alderman Kingl Carltun 31 ten 8 twenty three e 888 3d Aalu.t JaUte' McNabb. i North F.awe IU teD twenty three e had been previously resorted to ,without I j any S :'

. S 418 nth May Miy 14nciuhna. S.irtb West r, thirteen! twenty DUO e Ottt 903 l 3d AUI'UI: Alfred! 1:'. Jones. I South I.rst, 29 thirteen twenty one r permanent advantage. This fact is attended by ..

1 ..S 4.17 12th May J.sqih Morey, south West r. thirteen, weitty one e 4th AUlult iIehjamits 3lpody.1 I South Welt 26 twelve a3anieIMcCiJ17 twenty two e the certificates arid statements of hundreds of S

I I 'C j l&b May Dabiol Cwtiyert. North East 12 eleven! s iweuty Iwo e 9.l61 I 1 North Ellt Jl thirteen : twenty e respectable persons in different parts of'the -

:__. S 14.t5<43<. lath May ;Timothy Alderman, ( even twenty three e I I country-and should induce families alwoi to .

,t48 IStbMay Kphraini$ MaulIl''. .Votth En>t 1 thirteen! a .weutyoneetwenty -- keep a vial 1 of the' prep rDti.on'in' their pqsses.si&n. .,

( S .. ct9 13ib May. Jncnb MauneyL South WeilWeit S toirteen I4.3l one e JOHN PARSONS, Rcceittr.: \ SAMUEL RUSSELL, Regitter.NOTE. It is I mild'in its operation, and may be administered ;- :

13th Mayl&hMay William II Brooks" North 4 eleven s twenty thtee e {with perfect safety to the most '!deli.. : I
S .. 4.33'. Enncb Untnels. North: Wext It twelve' a fiAceo e .-The? particulars to the Settlements should be the time when cultivation was Commenced cate infant. S !, 1 S
S ... ':434 15th May Lj.tu.es G Uaowts. SorthNo.th East Ju twelve fifteen S the kind of Crop cultivated-number' :of Acres in eullh'alion-tho kind of tenement The il
.. following testimony of good ejffccttar
.j 15th JcK, K"ilbt.l] West H a :|ftpen e I .
SS. i436 May | e : Ertctednumber personA composing the family-discriminating between Adults and Chil.drenmahi lu the public. T -
S North Ea'tEat 1 :.w.lveI' 'ullrloefle3fte offered \
15th May J )Knight,. and females
white and colored.
437 j August 14.
5" 438' J"1a MaT ilermsn Lane; North wehflwelve a i :n afeeno, Idocrrtify that tl have used two vials of B. A. S

\ Jones 9 a Fahnestock's Vermifuge in my family with 'remarkable I
15th Way Mathew ,
I' 439 C40 15th May Enoch CoLlins C 6 twelve I fifteen' .* Notice to applicants under the Florida Armed Occupation act of the success one.of my children about S

S bi4n 5 15th May William W Stephens: Sontb:! EastJuuthtait 10 twelve a jfineene 4th August 1842 to whom PERMITS were granted for settlement on two years otd, discharged fifty worms, from one .
; : 4Ci 15th May. !Jane Knifht !{ :: 17 twelve a {fifteen s- and a hnl inch tosiz inches in length, and the
X S doutb [kilt 36 twelve' 8 jlweuty e Lends which were NOT SURVEYED! at the da'es of such Permits.
; 4t6 15th>> Nay15th Alonzo B Nnyjcs, other, about five years old, discharged thirteen "
40')1 May iDaniel Chavers.MlepheH Vorih East 33 .welve thirteen a twenty one e NOTICE' is hereby given to the class of Applicants above mentioned that the Plats! of the large worms, About one foot in length, and the ..' S

.l't14.-1I 17th May C Paarcr', oah. Entrth 1 thirteen! m nineteen c described Townships have been duly certiefid nnd returned by the Surveyor size of a man's little' finger besides a number> of I '
N East s nineteen .
413 18th May.IBih Granville Bo.vitl, senr. North- Eust 12 1 thirteen! a4I6 nineteen e General to the District Lund Office at NEWNANSVILLE, E. P.. and that the period of "ONE small ones., JESSE H.BBMAN. .
( e S i- S
; T '(65 May 4Garrit CUiLorn VailzantJorth nevi I. East 3u twelve 8 twoS YEAR" allowed by the Mid Act fur proving the) "fact that the settlement has been commenced, t New Head.! December, 84.2. !; S .
: iwtBty
19th' Mar
1 ''i 19th asar. Cmwford Parrisli, VoithEastVorth 21) twelve 8 twenty two e and the particular quarter section upon which' i il; !is located," will expire at the dates opposite the IT: This Medicine for tale by B. E. CARR ) S S

11 .1 S' 467 19th May William! Frink West 2: twelve 8 twenty two e Townships described in the annexed List. Those' applicants, therefore, whose settlements are 4< _CO. j I : I, ...

.J. '468 480'19tb May' lohn Cannon] South West 2( .twelve 8 twenty two e wilbin'any of those Townships, are requested to file with the Register and Receiver at NEWNANSVILL '; I I .5 i. II

I : :::48I 22.1 I Mar s Joseph" Waters.' N'irib Wost I twelve 8 fifteen ," Florida, on or before the said dQt ?, ;satisfactory proof pursuant to the requirement of |a.w 'Charles, Robiou, \ .. I .:
South West I twelve 8 fifteen a'eighteen mentioned.
: m .May 1'abriel %Wateii, above '
I 5) S \ S I been duly (qualified and commis! S
: :-,,4BG ld Mny Jactisnn J Johnson, &iithVst 36 thirteen 8 e SUCH proof! should be the Applicant's own affidavit, coroborated by the testimony of two or HAVING nn AUCTIONEER, for the city of .. S

I : r.GI I Sid May Valentine Mil "ry. NoithEiut. C' thirteen ,8, (twenty one e more disinterested competent witnesses which ji proof should state all the particulars as to the St. offers hid i
Augustine his .
eleveneleven service to friends
1 a \ tbree .
I''' :: <42< 23d May, eah'8' Prevatt j j'I {twenty .' eettiomcntand give the designation of particular quarter section on which it i is made. Busir entrusted Sand ;
thCl1llblic. bi
S three ss to care
Prevatt e ;
=:: S 23d Mar Eluha: R ;
.1493 UXLEFS the in the is filed before the dates .
US 24th May .\Arratida Bleach& i North Ea..t 3f. tweUft 8' !(nineteen e proof required foregoing on or specified the Applicants shall receive prompt attention. S

S I AI$. 21th May25tlfMay. '- Joseph 8 Gill.! North West ( twelve 8 .sixteen e will foreitull right, title nnd claim: Land under their Permit. I July 24, 1843.. ..:
S .'I ( IR( Jolin A Orioen, Earl' ( thitreen eleven 8 8 :'twenty three e -: -' Date on or btfore which Chf Proof! Settlement must be S '
:: 2.*tb May Emanuel Alattin, South 23 'twenty two atweIIty ,
: ,-,616 I
SJ': V.Jlh May" to. :' Krddiii Turner.. North Ea!'t 23 ihirteen fvo e ,ToU'JI..ll1p. Range fietd, ondlhepariicularTwelve Quartfr SectionaV rifaf. S.

.!,tt'>> 29jh Mar John. Zipperere South ta.t 17. twelve 8 'filieen a'eighteen ..A __ -. 1! be sold at public sale at the United States'S
\ I
'I ; S NrthEast J fniirtrenfonit in this City on Wetfsesdap.die 6th
S 30th'MayMy Hanon II Johnson e S
G' Thirteen I June 29tb 1844. ;
S 1 17 I 53M May VinsoN Sobnl o. North East 2 en 8 eighteen e Thirteen Thirteen i June 29th, 1 day or September, next month. SUNDKYcART1SCLESOF
Noith West 2 fourteen 8 PUBLIC PROPERTY which
:\ht Kindred flu .alon. eighteen e among 55 S
J II. l"ourteenThirtf"t'n June 29tb 1844. I'I'i.i.
Y 1'I. Have. ,ollthE ft t lliirtreti are from SS I "
"* : SlstMay'1st { MSC { nineteen e
,. A3n' I June1 I. (George W Hunter j South West 2;. thirteen 8 twenty two e Fifteen Thirteen June 20l h.29'h. 1844. 15 to 20 excellent MULES, well broke to bar. S
South Eat II eleven 8 Twelve$ Fourteen June 1844. ncS. 2or3 WAGGONS S .' | I.
th33 ,11 June -. I JJoh. Barber, : twenty two e ...1 I 5 5 ..
5- S415di3itne I' Than.Starratt: Norili East 2' thirteen 8iwilve twenty one e Thirteen Fourteen June 29th 1844. And some other.articles, {Tools! &c,) more or less 1 I ..

,646.lOth. June- I jPejor H Davis, North Eial 2 a fifteen .e Thirteen Fifteen S S June 291 h, 1844. 5 damaged. S S !I II

M7 12th Juno I _jCornelmuJfthns. South East I thirteenn e iwontyrnee JOHN PARSONS- Receiver. I Term of,sale.-.Cish ; specie aud its equivalent.. '.
S i SAM'z.
.I3uYJuiio' t S I I North East I thirteen a RUSSELL Register.i '
J (James Burk. twenty one e THO. F. HUNT, .. I
: I ,'I. f. 1M lone diehard' P Godwin, outh East 2 ten aS twenty twos i S
Col. and
Lt. Q.J M.'lien.
; NOTE;-Tbe particulars as to the settlement! should be tho time when Dep'ty S :
... .5 tUtIiJ o ; I Patrick McGee, Notth EMI thirteen I t twenty. :- cultivation was com I
1 S:, ..600'of ,19th Jab. ,. rlatrnnii" Miller, Sooth East 1I4 thirteen a twenty a 'menced-the kind of crop cultivated-number jot acre in cultivation-thu kind of tenement Deputy Q,:M. Genl't,Office.. ISt. \ S I

i 1,!' t. .. tau : S l9tb JUller James N PrevMt North East 2* thirteen twenty two a ertcted-number of persons composing the family' ; discriminating between adults and children, Aoxa. .e. Ang. 4, 1843. .\ I tI

p, i j.\&J. 20ujJmietOtnJnoe I I : ]J.bn C Richard. : South East 17 .tbiiteeu twenty two e males and females, whites and colored. Aug. K I

t. j34Yt{! ': t" ,'. l](JoiephR Richard.jGnercieBrigbi. South West '17 thirteep! twenty one e ,Notice I i : J

: :'tid JDLe .' ,. 2. twelve a uinetten .e UNITED STATES Steam Boats COLO .

0 ,.bag' t ::2'ldJllne'i: ; 'I 1 i. Daniel A'Heiuenway: South East 2 twelve 8 twenty e For Sale THE "ARNEY and GENERAL TAYLOR. .

:: 670 2Stb Jt"'*_ I William. II Redding South West 28| thirteen a twenty one a a Executor's Sale. no longer required for.military ope rations in Florida.

$ S71 26Jh. une. Joel W Rixldin, NorthWest 2 thirteen! t wenty one'e ONE fifth share of an undivided tract of fine! is hereby givrn. that on tue26ihdayuf are offered for $*U. bids, therefore will be received l S

f ..hw 61b'Jtlfte; I J. I ." .I, )- Joseph \i.rth Eat V9! thirteenihtrtetii pI twenty one a D vitnite on the St.John's Kiyer about 13 NOTICE I will export Public Auction to by Captain J. M. Hill. Asst. Qr. Mr. St. Angu S : ,

.ft'79'" 16'h3iieL 1.1 JiflhilI .. OflhWe.t ?> at' twenty one e miles from the Oar. 'containing: about ,1500 acres the highest bidder for caih in lets In suit purchasersAll ,line !:. P., to be evdorsed" bid for Steam Boat Col. 'I J
; ip...". '79' I &fltlInn3; .S ; ;, )Arth'"r W.Ylot :Sotth) Fast: ; thirteen. ; twenty tw 0 0 more or '1e.a. known by the namei>l Newcastle. AI"rtion the PERSONAL: PROPERTY of the late ADAM Harnay." or Gen Taylor/ the casmay be.until .
; t F.
..8131 1st July 5- PreJ South \V ell tfQ, !; ,.twenty lbteeetwenty of it has been under cultivatiac, and is intrv.iy COOPER, deceased,of Nassau County, at his the 27th of Sept, (next !DO th.) a,;which time: they ,." S
: 01.l,'" 61"! 1ft July I J' B'trrel 1 P SluUs.William N'wrtli WCt! 24IPn S ts'0C r>*pect ad*,pled for a superior plant tit HMI ; on late residence opposite this Court House, consisting will be opened and submitted to, the Commaoaiut

S ,I' .Cn5' ''Sd'JiiiyK3 I .' ,11 L Penuiugtoii, South f-ott lJ ..veatfl laizter.i, e it there is quantity of lire o*k. Forparticularsap. of had of prime CAT1 LE also some HOGS a General of the 9th Military' Dept., for his deemon as -

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..t S .,.:.6t9 ,. 3t Jfti) U... ., ', ifelllr, II44Uj SlHl'tlllWtrifrh 12 'hrtet11l .' S, ......,\ three gin at 10 o'clock, A.M. den wonld, thereforu, do well to be .liberal :in their Soffers.

It'. i 3JJuly' :. ... tI" !,hl\Jire: ( Kaytilh : 2.IPU ..5S ]tWenty iwrt Notice, ZEPH. KINGSLEY Executor. especially tsbo/d, boats aw In excellent}order Sand

S I, d'Jn', "- ''Hllnlel ('llIc\lt > W<-st 2, ted sjg25sf twenty two e 13 hereby riven. That TWO MONTHS aFar dale. Little St. Mary, Na *an County, / condition, top **eJ. and 'in every rcspec fitted

:&b Jill, U \,/(, John kiditiigiic' :"ontitV..t 3f' thirteenthirteen Ii twen'y the iibeiiw a. Aduiini'trator of Ihd Estate of 29th June 1843. \ for immediate aeri Ce. They are u goodies boats S .

t Vi.. ] ( rrth Jaly -, ,1 i Richard Hidanjlit Sentli Wetortn 2', a t IwIItY ANTONIO IIUr.UT.AS.: decried will presenr as any oilers :,n the southern waters if not be ter.-
\ 4 '&h July. William Hart, \ Eat r, ten srihirteen iwGntV three enitHeen his account t" the Honorable Judge of tbe County Tbeyillflashofl'dbeaI8asnn': lb belaidup : -

sic1.;: HtliJuly # George Raw If, North f.ul' 31 a e Court, for Adjustment; end n .tice is hereby fuitber FOR NLEw whore tb.y may be seen and examined.! '1 ba :
S hf1 .i? S '1Imhjalvr: t ; S Willis 'Vhi ton.3am I North East; J7 thirteen a 'ihtee i h e given, thai SIX MONTHS alkerd.tel will! apply for THREE City Lnt4. upon one is a substantial I ternu of sale are cash-in specie or its equivalent.! .

..15ft13i S :' tourJuir*. to.. I tie I riapdors. U! 'eu a twenty three si final' tmi.ul as caiil Admioutralor' : of which dwelling! and outhouses th j whole haY- I S TflI FJJIJN1'S S FLieut.
eJt'.1: 'lOthJuly .JamesW Sanders; .ionih East : ten a twenty three a "ll persons interested will pleas to take nodee.S Orange Trees fit far icaiing Fnr particular enquire Col. and Dapt Qr. Mr. Geo. S S

S U4I" \ lOthiuljIt.ddingTfflcn. "', Scuili West., I: ten t,::1. twenty three. I JOHN '1*. FONTANE, Administrator. 0- ,. GEOl.:. \UILUl)8.! I Dept. Qr. Me. .Genl's OnV. / S .'

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..3 t ij .. DlV., GLOVER'S, tVERT;; NUMBER EMBSLUSHED WITH AN miter Tincture, 2/ie Turf,-'VieW Sports; Lite- ,Tie Cheapest knd most ltn Magazine.' .t. 'I. .

II &NTI-DILI0118 :PILLS, ORIGINAL'ANO EXQUISiTE DESIGN ON A Remedy for Dysp sia. '1- raturcVq1ndtheStae; i V V'V < V W T.HS. V '
1 yvrin GAVNG9 *
-:o:- EiuTJELLisHED: :
.- "- I OR FEVER AND'AGUE. ALSO, EDITED,BY 'GEORGE P. MORRISJ Y PE PtA is a symptom, or rather Bjgrcgate PUBLISHED feVERY SA''URDAYURNING. m'lhs'V gantaud\ popular Lady's Blsgaziniwillcocomonce ; ::

S TE ,',jD BILIOJJ3 fEVE'l Illustrated by ,J. G. Chapman, 'wlio is engaged D of ymptoms Indicating a disordered Mate of JLT0.,! I,. BARCLAY. ,8B ET.J -. JL, ; a new volume in a style ofn

:4'.S; : between Remit- exclusirely the \V ork. J the digerfive onans. Thence arise nervousness nucasy.unrefreshing isaguificence V wish! the January'issue, a. number n:.

,t" : I T 1IE1tEi.veryIitt1editTerenco Bilious''Fever.i They Terms-TIIREK DOLLARS per annum-Single ,sleep, acidities. bliousvomiting. JOHN, RICHARDS, PnorRiEi, OR., VV V taining th.ee Eneraviriis of the most eOtJl and expensive :" w.,

tent ancln&ermittont from each j jIN nausea,or disrelish for plain food chilness, clammy The'pnblishar. "
and numbers, 64 '
;' produced bl:the.m"cause. i t month foul ,hot dry skin, restlessness, langour William T.: Porter EDITOR. chaade.t 'success; '.!fr.and. .
'f' :- are grade of riolence.nd the.duration : the coarse of a few weeks; the undersigned tonge. .spiritsconstipatiouof ; i during the'past year.the most; unqualified ,
other onll1n.tbe head ache flatulence, depressed with detennicatioaitopuutripl -
the ,a .
bit account, publication and the cew year, "
,_ on own J9uters upon
r' ,. S of the paroxin.Thecymptonhi. In the earll or forming will commence series ef tho NEw YORK MIRROR i iu the bowels,diarrhea,'!and generally all tUoe uncomfortable HIS well known, weekly pnliHcation, ; i alleotemporaries. : 1
,, which Occur of a new termed BILIOUS its Editor.ouimeuced.jta.Tuir&eezjj.h..volume V '.
usually t
sensations which are established in 1831, by present of +
the .aiue aa novel and original JL was The for the neWvolameare tJ
: !
Fen, are O&Ilr the octavo form, on an entirely! V ou Ltlie4lh of eabeJhsnmtnt
'tageoHemitteflt; ,and are dyspeptic symptoms. chanctercorobining i !
.0190r, drowiS :engraving in every numberand most splendid costly_, jBVsrT
tho.e tba\occur ID'lntermltteDl', iu back plan, or These are the ordinary syroplomsof dyspepsiabutif March, 1843. His a sheet of the v ryl I rsesVctts*; executed by the first artists"tiecountry -* 4
tbe Three Dollars annum, of'
> aching paiue reduced price of per variety style arid
l1ell. .ODM of anziety. which at the circumstances accur to favor its development! such containing,twelve imperial quarto pages, printed on. ,The work has.been thf,Ladiesfavorife ...
and hOd. and eztremiteI are the sy.uptoma f| cents per copy. grief anxiety, over indulgence of the finest texture, and on god ype.- can maiiiain. ,1
disease with striking as sedentary.employment liiien it will continne *
orapproaeh, uf this : i MIRROR will appear many paper and this reputation 1
4 fenmatia The NEw i of more finished n.
the a most highly
denote in eating drinking dyspepsia It i it embellished with the Urgestand
of from lhecharactec.ofjtsliteratarjwillccntiuue
'4he fird indications distinguishing It [every 'Hence,:
SS S ebillt are onlamoll and attractive character will be produced, and synrpass ON STEEL, ever i U/ued by the
slight to
it especially
flashes dangerous commend
aueodtd ,witn.dternate It will be publisued wiin new' ENGRAVINGS to be asjto.
TheM are other periodical. ,freshness, Ihe The last three laC.
S .of this hest fner.'.whicb Incri ae ,in, duratiuQI until they pre.o. .. type, on fine paper and each number will contain a aiise and,mind the countenance their activity looses and vigor ts ; and. other periodical coulaiued J' superb! Portraits Stales.' of the following sex. It -a'D' article-- L from- _the_, most!. ?popular_.:_._'_r'
and, the f.fer i. formed ana comVa beautiful original engraving on Steel, designed aud mine volume --. -'-' J pleasing l i writers or the Ual. on.e',v.U
I whol1t. ,. __ I ORSZS. .
I (luminal" illustrating the utter prr', diseases follow in its tram. dixtit-cuished i i AMKRICAN mm IIPQKT"' u. subject, hot tie{ wjork,will the main dfevoteil t.
I etched by Chapman advantage '
44: yeverSg l eiitb1isbo4the p.ina in,the hoad, which it accompanies and which it will invest with This preparation'posseaseslhe peculiar im- signed to constitute..an Ameiunnt Sporting f Galler the cultivation of the home virtues. Hence,most o."

; ) JowerextremitKi. become greutiy aggia- interest.. Besides the contributions jof all of removing the primary cause of this disease.by of di. accompanied, with ,complet Memoirs] !each the stories''will be 1 or.a practical domeitiC chazcterfront ;*;
peculiar f
: back, and' : t* ; of corre.poudents-wlic embraces parting vigor and healthy action to the organs Pedigree, Characteristics, nnd Performances the eC our,best ( ,. The
< our extensive corps It thuH relieves bowel complaints, intermit incidental notices of theicnnIewpbraris,, &c. pn ,
ge.lion. with reflex of : female
have the
1 renerallt asinroe a yelowith appearance. most of the talent of this country-we and all be dis inches liieiary m not be any pnt .
jei covered witha whitish coat in for .fresh and early translations tent or bilious fevers. ehilnes, ague, ( The Engravings correspond in size (eighteen' mind J but will coiitaia the choicest productions V of a -. -
-- btc ,mel made arrangements prevented he d j in Lon
1'toillQ of Dytnepsia. To persons -with those annually :jpubU j
yellowish brown writers of France, and for by thirteen) oil Female]Wrilsrs. Tb
to belt
; of the .fr.I.lr"
S changes from some STOMACHIC and St. Galaxy '
the fixst Itj.e"wbich i clones, the ; of the, Dejby/OftVs :
-fl from takingeiiEcient( of tha Winners:
44 : .......fab""*"eoloriutbe latterjTofThe "proof sheets from several of the popular ,authors ofuglantl. found bench don, lice Steol to renderthe wor> an indupensible
'' will be highly executed' ia on '
d f Tnsquetly there > nausea and With ,such uuierials, and with such able BITTER TINCTURE Leger. and b.e"ben everyilady of taste ia the land ; and, therefore.V
V S ever, bilious yeuntiog. j to cisl as a'cordial and exhilirating tonic, rendering unnecessary Plate expressly Corl'I Paper, fioni Original Pictures ,alone hall be compiled.ror ,their
V ickneu tithe Itom cb>itk fellow-laborers in the literary vineyard, we hype of Drastic Cathartic most eminent Ail I I its !literary matter
: the too frequent use in oil by Fashions elegantlycolpreii
INTEILIUTEN3'V the American reader a.weekly l ,journal of tll- tf but it Monthly ,
Jt&SAW UPON I idle fl" ,
present AIAKIA" ] \
resorted fortemporary
: which are too often to J'LACK I of
ERS. of drawingcorrectheuin
FEV The which fo
4 BILIOUS value and unusual' excellence. parade ,
ND'REMt"M'ENT of New
V great and followed by injurious consequences. property'of_ Hon. Ualie Peyton, of the color
; of this Medicine, was sedulously avoided. The 'Mir The evdry-pariicn'a' and extreme beauty
iuvontr-r will
S T.he! ,attention the and mere names This Tincture composed of simple vegetable ingredients 'Orleans; Engraved: by D!ck, after Troyjo'a paintin.in ;. farexcel frooi
4 uitho subject of bilious remittent tnrXtent ror"..will be remarkable, we hope rather for good the numerous ing; 'and ellgr. il}.' .T.I any thing:
is applicable f John C. Stcveui,
in that article with peculiarly collection jo Eg. that the last
V which prevail so generally without than for tl other dnrin. 1ea.t
artici names '
SV (ne"., poor their .digestive BASCOME.The Roarter.
of Children lutrengthens
diseases ; JOHN
t subjected tn the n.flu- It will embrace in its{scope ( been the guide bok" la
'I partofthocounttjwhith distinguished names. organ, increases their Appetite, and gradually lays property of Col. John Cro\ en, of.Fort Mitch- hladl'sVortd" in cit Union; ;
decayed )
from vegeiaTh of elegant literature comprising every
4 4 V enee of miasma every department; thu foundation of a and vigorous constitution. 'Ala. by Dick, after painting, tme which
strong .
and ell, ; Engraved the fashionable world 'J.
nbstancei.L. sketched of society manners 'ro.e's baa gi\venit a position.
ble tale of romance, flea sickness, be (uuudapleasant I
miasma is generated where timber i. being sentiment and everyday life piquant essays, do. It will in most eases remedy.DIRECTION in the collection of bis owner. I cannot be. shaken,. The unwavering Vfidei1JVofitadesigns
S : I eat'iuia the"l la nd clearing; alsu, in low &fouadlAod ineiti? and foreigu correspondence.. literary iutelli- preventive FOR USE. oflthe late Jamea Jackson, Esq., of to the Parisian and London atyhe.inad.

"bcreltagnr.nt waters prevail. This exposes a !tu ce.wit and humor fashion and gossip poetry, FOR ADuLT.AIn1aperit, t. take a table ,spoonful property Ala., by Dick after Trove's nnct too. at las six weeks' of all othr.b placed Ianiattcsof'dress.
ii action Florence. Engraved
the and dramatic
musical rank a
vegetable w .
: matter he
and literary .eri
fine : a
: the art
ijnintlty ordecayng three times in double quantityof collection of Thomas Kirkman, EaqlSHARK. '
two iu the the
or ajdav
careful ,
orat- will well
state works be painting It is
; peculiar ciiticUins. Iu reviews of.: new j a known tai
,,f theauri, whichgenerates.tbaI( the water. As a tonic, take two tea spoonsful in half V }, iri the pert
4 foster
y chills eud fever, .aud impartial. It will aim tol : small styesofthe' Lad?. VVot! appear, ;
; *?' rnosphriwhich produces discriminating a wind glass of water. Jin case of sea sicknoa. of Col. Win. Jobn"on, of Pcters- fashiocs often'fourmojutijs
S p The 01 and desires of the The property the ,
of bi io'w fever. neu ity literature vuiied to the taste age odicald, pretending tn give
difFerent grades be.ulled without the a will be cheerful and en- doscaof thirty to forty uropsfrequently repeated.For burg, Ya. ; Engraved by Dick afler 1'roye'l paiat.ilE'.in laier.jwhen the styles hae become_
1's' tendency \ "ni"
which might ,
remed and country. tin old! half the above S.Navy. .
y U. '
Children about fl. F St4cktuu,
I years of Capt. .
and .ii1ducAd theproprietott0ofTof3is It wil! seek to'gratify the and Needle work The
i,4 of a Jhyciciaril l l-was apparent Ih Dillg.ia. well. improving. older children in clectiua orbbiolete Lace [ 1.
for pro.
be found offend the qualIilY-lInd younger, of
will I Itll most designs wDrki
: MdcIuebiCh refined taste, but never to V 'got iidibeevsezt lac elbro.
will be .
every portion. If the doses are sweetened, they .0. !. :- __
for which it is designed. and i it will ever eel its dutv.to bo "turn IEDGFORD.. t snail DO given m mo **UI&
: effica (
in their
tJ; answer the purpose I L _,___' ." quite palatable peing impaired The property J ti xownes.oiHinsKelwood dery.Jnndc. of ; &b.
the aide ot thi ing to numaD eyes; l'Tile w ] the latest style caps.llead-rea. J
tI1--I, I-rt' I -BILIOUS SV FEVER. runny work will be published every Saturday in cy. Preprted and soldi by Liillgou. Miss ; Engraved by after rendering the: .1 Uady'Vord" I .ample'or ai fuU
[ in the Office of the Spirit
table of V
I THE ,' '* ;'th,disease areas numbers of sixteen large octavo super-royal pages, Licentiate of the pothecariea'.Hall, Dublin. V ; V ness as well as o Centre eyer
: c ; ffiV SiS1" of tsouoraiid with douMe coil.lUllS. and enclosed in a ',uenl ornamental I Times.. Lady[ Of the 4ious.styles of Engravings
tdiovs; 6 Brnad street, Chaihstou. BOSTON
tile end uf the eartwo of this work. we
ynwnint.llretchf cover. It will form at } will the pages Oult'maati"Dal'
listIufleibt afeeIing hundred and And for sale by I The of Mr. James Lon, grace Sartain unrivalledMezuiints
4 of thtt tieud, and gentraIIy soV superb volumes eath of four sixteen RODDY & CO properly \Vashingon : the most elegant
fullness CENTER. : among
;)r -5 V inl, pale""I. .he.done .in .the back and loi.dI, ,filled$ with the gems of literature end the fine City ; Tainted by DC Lultre for Col.' will grace the coming voltitRe !aad .
f "ere paituin pages V I' St. Augustine. Jan iiS, 1842.V and eugrayed by Dick. wh.cl '
: with disagreeable taste in the, month. lie feels arts. [ of Va. < excel I) in,: t of design and delicacy of finish, .
4 S ui covered which it will ba is'&le4, renders ell'edicd ARGYLE. heretofore appeared from Km bur'uv '
V with los orappelile; the,tongue The very low price at Ji JgVpjjaedy the Butler & Co. of an Him:thai '
a Pierce M
t r '. chilly whitish, eoafiu the early J tale ortLe fever, it the cheapest periodical in this orany.olhcr Faculty. The property ofIJon. : M)Sariainfs kitowii front cne end uftheUnioQtthe >
%_ with Utter and beauty of iis Columbia. S C ;' Painted by Troy o Tor} Col.llm cf this eelf'brated
; ., : V which bwomesof)'etlowi..h eolor.aud mine country, considering the cost Fifty WILLIAM QUIRK IMPROVED Hinshelwood.WAGNER. other!, as the Jester, in this couulr. : -
I V of the fefit""it. amel.Mark brow n co or; the two Engraving, and the intrinsic value of its literary ton V, of S C ; Engraved by style: We have already way five or six '
IIlaEe dry. desirous of receiving ,the 'pape'r, V CONI4ENTRATEDCompound j of this dirUie.,
Those magujificeut celebrated artist
S akin U somelimeimoist! ,but generally:very content of Sursaparillu.FOB of Mr.Jubn' CampbrII, of New Or. Plat i
5' : V TRX&TXXHT. from tha commencement, will have it punctually senttotheiraddrdu Syrup The property new volume'aud shall follow them 'np with'Mtxotir -
V t treatment, by to the underdigued THE CUBE. OF leans: Painted bTrove (or' the Oyuier, ond engraved of in
; .riiould commence the upon their forwarding S li' (fiom every jirtist repute theco;
5V The patient Picture in T
.. f ',6ltherAnli'BUions Pilb., and if theyshoald at No. 4, Aim-street, three dollars, free of Scrofulous Affection i, S by Prd"lllmme' from the Original most- firiLbed5and beautiful Line and Stipple

I taking not two rreelf' tcnate the bowe in that doe, expense.. Affections of the Liv :r, V Ihol* 01ce of' the "Spirit[|1' of the Tiniest"MONARCH VS grivings; Widals6 grace the pages of : r,:
V active, the amount of subscription, maybe Rheumatic Gout. J best artists that the JMBproduce'
be increased, and if they prcve'too ,enclosing the hands of:ithojvefy at11
of S C
they may Wade Hampton ;
of Cot
dolernuatbedimlniibed. VV franked by all post masters. Agents, carriers Euipaired Digestion, V V The property Jii'fia,, every variety1 and novelty .am.
the the' continue dry, arod the ,Ktilio V t, Y and newmjcu, will bo ru plied on the usual l,rnu.O 1'lilful enlargement of the Knee and Elbow Painted by Troye.:expressly' for Col Hampton-and b 'lli.-.limenUthatj'niay' be found elrewheve. may.lie-
11 I IMONS10UT1I 1'-
tongue .bowels are.fcoroa fy will be rigidly adhered 1, J engraved IIiiiilu lwoid. the ..lady
r should be rep ale4' "Hiil lie The Cash System confidently looked for : >1V"rl.B
V /
llt. the Aguapilra. and give aSe'tSsame'as'directed Without any deviation whatever. ;' Cutaneous Eruptions. t lie iijaii* design,|>r Uie work is, to .
ViVI\ ': in chills and fever, viz 2 Such Editors as copy the above, .Mill obligejwe; by Secondary ,Symptoms, Sore Throats V,.;:! S 'rh3'prnpert Bucou.PindelKBlaiue; & Co of. I and attractive "lyle.. the ea'rlet. mosfcorieetjatijfulleat

three and a half hours rpguUrly. until thefVverll foiwarding a marked paper and byl| resuming' the Nocturnal painx in the Limbs. Kentucky ; Engraved by DInneflafter'rOye's painting report,il\|advance th ohe Majtrejier V

brokenIr the patient complain ..jfj"Ij exchange which was iuteruptud, much to my egret Ulcerutiouri and swellings, conali-/ in the collection-'...oil'l'indelt.E"qC V ,"I prior to th l:,hhig of them Moji tlyFibltjoiji
which had coutrol. j Audothor'local maladies, depending upon ; Tbut'dfrpnirtmeiit
the no and'London.
bick distress in 6 by circumstances ; Jiicet Paris .
c and or f.uU
4 the another'dose of theAnti.UUU -iiPiIls shouldLflAfoerV" I GEORGE P MOIUU3. utional : The property of -VL, Sh'otwell &/ of Ky ; Engraved V will be under the control of FronchEflub'aylists 'juid>

bowels, Editor and Proprietor,No 4 Anu.. tret, V RECOMMENDED BY in Wzzotinto by Uarpi /& J rdal, after a J of the) hi he t celebrity, so that eveip

three dose ofh9 Ant.Bhlions near Broadway.March Sir .Henry Halford, Sir Atttley Conner, Doctor painting by 'I ro}e.1 ''/ V fRIPTOiV f V in.the '" LadyV World'jsiSr'

,:,V I I V .. :II.::.:[_>k.tWO..IIIftllt.tin.<>' tbe bowels, they ,should 4 [layS] | V Murray. Dr. Hooper, Dr. Reece.- Slrilial For-,,' and CQNFlDF.NpE.Celebrated I co'v.ume-be"" 3'iuccund-i.' wh.ieb.:4ppeaTi.relied:on'._ .us ;DOt L"__!_tmMV'U"UlPCU L.-_.;_.__j :rr..\". V ,
I ; 1) Culent5ir! |ftlathew rney., &irJohn ( Tr Uer :)>r* match io ,bar 11 '
be"u.edifVerwVdron.y. al occasion require tbrou.b PROSPECTUS OF THE dycu, ? ; io"leir hana In 1 Uhi.s country after they1 hive b i!
I become costive any thy,Johii rThompson, M., D Professor nr-s ; Engravec) by: Uiclc."rler a p.iinlinow'in i by Owag", hiUu. V
otf the disease. |f the bowel- 'dL .PL.IJ\.rl" Aber! : renewed. It isr< proposed not only ta surpass !
1 the fevera small dose of the Anti- BI;. "TBO ( of surgery in the Royal Colege 18argeoll V V the cjltec ion of! John Connalijdoii. q. of Lou exhf'lIti.c", but 10 !site i-verv month.-a number a issI 1
S rime during in U I 'J
PAPER. to published !
1 just sufficient to prevent NEW NEUTUAI. AND THE, MOST ElUNEN1' OF THE which l> to thc btiin h ". J
V V IV ..oa PiLls shouldbe; given, 4 in Jacksonville Duval County. E- ,F. devotedto variaty of,eostume*, allpnf .
4' r- U12S3d that if the patient In addition to highly
: V ;,
'recollected; OF' TIlE i THE CASH SYaTEM.
S latest and the poihtics of the day.TERMs | Pr;riraii of i .
debilitatedI con. news above a superb
V 'or some da .,and a in a UNITED L STATES. Tfce Publishflr. adhering strictly to,the C..bSi-
in advance, or payable
For $3,
SV nayc mmenc 'sih the Ague .1Iedidneimmedlalellliti Within. the; first one year from the publication] of the t Sa'rsaparilla u the only medical agent justly entitled M.-U'I.l.E AUGUS''A' .of "' I.aI tem V jn all! his dealings, is enabled offer she wjrkrtojtho
first dose of theAntiBilious quarter Tho celebrated Danseuse;
'r having taken.the three miser to the character of a direct ses.uraiive.Jlinitaucock. Amoricau! public unptecedently low-n
V Pills or before that.if he has tboruuh1evac fheeL' ApvxBTisinoat $1 per II squarejfur be made to' cash and M. 1)., F, R. S.. Felow' the Medico I Sylphide ; Engrnve.J by Ilinshelwood from a sketch ; tho quality erer.havlII: been '--aent ont at any; fes.
atecl 'the bowels by other medicine. His tioiia : a liberal' doduction V Society, & V and original picture b Chal n and Iiiniau., in the thin double :

should iconsiit ofaage tea Virginia 'snake root yearly advertisers.i Rot3nict is'made from carefully- selected collectici/of the'Cdilur. \ : \ "h'lprree.'J' ; .
drink -
; the citizens of preparation U [ : .
V skin i. : In offering the above prospectus to]
balm comomile; and when the and +s all the properties of Sursa- Single( -2 00 I 3 'Iti )
tea, tea, o counties the undeasi'nedpesitaies materials Doses! Copies, $ Copies,
I V the patient drink cold water ; but David and the neighboring It by the experience U On couimencing lhflpre ent volumejof the "Spirit t t I j UI, SW-OO: '
.Irr' and hot, be may drank when the patient u not to ray that he will make his paper all betrofeaseg. parilla in high degren. is ,proved Sur euns of the Tiuusea"-oi, thir'4th of Marco last-wan i issued \3 tepie-' ,: | 5 00 20' :1
not eminent Physicians'and Postmasters oTTifce :
cold water.shouia uf the most The advantage'to CluU and .r
forth he
If the leveremScVntmue8for .and froru the i ihducetnenUret hopes large/and magnificently executed portrait of
pewpiraiion. {commensurate of this country and Europe, that Sarsvpaiilla i is the a : nj'oVe ternftjever' .any other periodical in the 1 o" share 1 K. JOIlNJdON
tiaue,and the patient becomes o realize public patronage for ,the : CUL. WILLIAM *
V a long demanded the safest as well as the most efracious remedy aresppiient. I ':
by com j
i''.: weak with much stupor, it will he proper to with an uneertaking so greatly i ofsecondary phyloid diseases ; .ThdNupoeooftheTuriJ', Editi.n who will this Prospectus and send" -
i cure Ilpbyll al copy
the \ L Dick. : line, ufter' an original
the of munity. Engraved by :n
) blister the rightaide ovea ''undivi and that shattered system which follows markod to ,*The -United 3**tet
'ppll. and a paper.-directed >
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much He will sedulously deyote attention in oil : eusrylssma Esq. now .iu thei'ubhisher'sposi.esiuti [
Ueiea is by
of the neck if I of his rcconi. pnilrait ,
back highly .
the Mercury
use be the
4 iver otto with total nbs'tience ded efforts all thattnay interest amuse and Instruct the imprudent at this office f fIn Saturday! Post.!!shall entered on excban.' .
dlet'shoald be Iiht I 1
-fttfecte4. The tothie moral mended for the and served for one .
l" 1Lo. year.
having.an _
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animal OF
from CURE J.iFETr.ItSO; ,
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I and of loci t of volume-of 1643: -- SI
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p41, V From his neutral character; he w ti bold llUoweu* CUTANEOUS- S [lU- EASES.-- ----,ciiRumcRHEUM '.. will also be course giyeu portrait present I r f 1 V Nd,93 Ch9 tuot.'treet. Pliiladelptus.I .
I V S : 7jggthovefjedjczneforsakaZR.E.CARR4. and and ATISM; : J4nury l' I! [Jntw 12J }' Sti1)eriO1fConrtjflsrjcfaI4
aloof from part virulence and raocor, jusI of 'the general health to FASHIONThe / V. 1ft '

V : 'co's : impllrtid detail orpoliticalstali hCII wi,1, be adhered in. and which that it depraved is hard to condition give a name, but.is.the. result of NorlMrn Cliatnpinn," nnd,. such ,other magnificent .'
S i; be
S '1'he proceedings 01 ,the coining Legialatarewm saidence \\\i an cnhealihy 'chi m- ( Embellishments as will herealteij be'determined V Florida.CHANCERY.., j* !"
Notice. i intemperance, long ;
be furnished '
farmer V
f duly cqronlcled : the Florida bilious ktucks, &c. Tuis form >li is preferable upou V j j jThe"4 J. ,/IN { :!
LL persons having claims.or demands a gain a will all new and useful information as may cometo ate,frequent for the administration of Sarsaparilla Spirit of the Time i i. *io; well known ; V $'
: : J.M.the estate of Adam Cooper late of the county hand, and the merchant will find jlhe prices cur to any ether Jtclinowltjjged ",Chro 3hiMJRowdennnd Wm.M.HsgenAdm14tt: ;
V It 'Deceased 'are required to exhib t them and of the market under its approjnillie as that portion of the root on which its entire thronghontthecountryn! :; V tore' ( Richard T", ,Keating. "VV
.5 I ( Nassau, rent stocks state held in solution,which J'Jiot the icle or the Turf, Field Sprirt i etc.j,tli*l. it M not 'I '
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V It. B. Gibbs virtues depend are V 'M.,.
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the etlin d.or to his attorney held. Army movement, and Ibe:disposition V into i V
V JLO un ,deemed. to go 'Any I 4esii1ufiti peculiar I .f "
V 1 ..r Ft: Gsarjte Island within two yean 'Iromthis peri- ofthe General Government theretpwijl!I occupy a conspicuous case iu the fluid prePralicna. charscteiiticsV necuary .': 1 '" Man.i'Gny.nnd John Rodman ,AdministriW. ?

3e V ..d ; otherwise they will be forever barred and all per. place. Religion will ever find in us humble S J V 'I, j U i Anthem GnfJ 'do VI
make immediate Lhis tupJor tie,cure of Scnfnla, I--1- 'I. : TIf ,
l BonslnSebtlBdlTkaid etate"arbreqn rei to though warm supporters-nor shall sectarianism Forunng Tern of Subscription and AdttTtiting I I ; BillofiRetnoTi r,

4'/, payment ZEPU. KINGSLEY. qualified 'Iid the pen in that which to uoiwer allY| softens tbe ulantaus AJficlions, Eruptions the' For: one year's subscription; $10 in'advir.ce' 'For Imviiij been rr.nde to appear bynffid; Titfti*' Unhpnii

I.I execelor le his.."Attorney an above! heart and purifies the mind; and, in]truth'so' far as Skin, Syphytilic and Mercurial Dis' !I advcriisinK one 'of ten prjie".I lines (or 120 haa.beeri duly filed In. this cause aa4tat.
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( V JNassan Count,. 1st JnIy1843.sLvAfNA1uAND! our abilities apply, we will make the(j' TROPICAL ease. General Debility,and all words,) Two Dollars for th firt insertion and 50 therein bag been duly issued; and i'tkitc.
-of all the foreign 'arisi impure aUo'iiiVdtf to appearby, affidavit that John R. :
: FLORIDA PLANT. a digest or compendium Diseases ng from. dents chsubsequent iusertion, and longer or
I. : D1'rktutnit
: 1 I'bus}I.of the said defendants, resides G.utor Qu
V \ V 8TEAU1 PACKET.V and local news and topics of the dnv.i* UoodV shor r.one that proportion Jessthan'6! words J .1. the .S1t5'( V

I .1 ; GEO. GROUARD. The doe for an adult is ala rge table 'spoonful r will be considered half I qllre.lore tlal6 square. : tbe-Clfrof New York.n soItd'w JIi. ,'

!V : 4 V UN8rJtCK ,ST. MARYS, Court-District East times a dal. in the morning a.n'hour befero! or/ afterbreakfast No adrertuementa will b insarled uuess tor in NeYotk-ox" motion or mpl.ia.nt' t- >
t i' DARIEN, B Superior i. oh' recJ shatnotice lie iYeu bJ publieal l"
before dinnerand a
CREEK ,the same time or after advance. Gentlemen in the country],can eluilyaB.
BLACK 'itbrR DisttX, 1quinii14sai4defndant.John
JACKSONVILLE, Florida. j the Newspapers printed this -
two 01 p- V
that be doies he remitted by
supper; or quantity may tken certain,the amount proper to simple U
V V PJCOLATA, AND JALATKA.4'h ,MATTHEWStH St. Johns', and Musquilo Counties. one in the morning ,and the other at night. The syrup counting the words of'their advertUeriients. Rodman to within appear"4'answer (OIl ,-

milE regular Steam Packet ST. Martha L. Williams, Administratrix, &c. and John may be taken by mixed with water. A hITEztracopis of ,the large 'engravings ,on Steel :complainants Bill of complaint \

Capt; P. .Nclti.will ran once a ,week Sa the'jyear'.roijnd Lee Williams, child ten yean old Itself: half the above ..quantity.Children maybe obtained at the pubicitionoflice% jUtone dotl.ir nmrtths, ") otherwise said bill will be, taken pie coJ- & V

V to the above named places; leaving, 'r- under or over that age, iu proportion. This each. They will be sentto.any secti oq ef the U- afatnsthinm-, V V S :

4 V V Vohnabevery Tuesday Palatka and Plcolata.. e\'ery Daniel S. Gardner. 'Adtninistrtior, &c. medicine does riot dispose those who u!e itt cold, or flop, 'a envcloped-i to secure tfiau ( injury. Iii iiirther brdered that iwid. notice be pulls! l' .

V Friday on'her Sray to' 8avanaabt where pa wngorsbound ,In Chancery. require any particular mode of I vingVWIZile.'IiIig it. !O* desirably thai such 1eitef*, aijil, rur iince a'week,consecutively, fur four ..onthll

S North will} be in time for the splendid Steam V having been made to appear b) affidatit that a Prepared and sold(bv ; lion a I relate to the, dilorinl \ 'colmullca- S dat;. V ,; ; 1'-i: a ; V
I '( PHckirts-WMj; J8EABROOK,; Captain.Kmo.-and( i IT Dill haabeendiily filed in this cause,.arid that a | WILLIAM. .QUIRK.Licentiate : Stock be addressed. to ,WM. PORTER ; Certified, io b" a true copyoC'.Order n>* '

: I\ BEAUFORT DIdTElCT, Captj1coD, which. leiv. Subpoena has been duly ,i..oed".d it being allomd of the Apothecaries' Hall. Dublia.'. others Iou,toJ. RICHARD*. / 1'. :V V f' >nuir djii raid Conn thja' d" pf Jane.at.

V dvery. 'Monday/or.Chuleiton.V: to appear that Daniel S. Gardn, the i said Te- 6 Broad eet. Chailertori, S. C. -The(Postage must be paid- in all cases. i ,St-'Augiutine., E .F, ; ; V

-: I T. I. n-onla of,- Georeu.- man and Florida van dependv her fer.dant. resides out of this District pud in) the cityof And for sale by, CENTER RODDY. CO.Eatern May ,,8, !' ; : "4 ,V V' I V GEO. It. FARBiNKSerb." '

this.b"itbe year. rouud, .and the, ownert'uf Washington in the Disinct of Columbia, on V : ". "Jilne-19r.! ; 6.. : V
:' 4s look to them for patronage: the St. Matthews can- motion of complainants Soiichor. It s ordered that District of Florida.In V Javotice.I1ESUBSCRIliERShavefnrthed.! V j.
Boat on the route for speed ( a co-part S i': :Di.GJ4OyjpJs ?
-- notiSaraacedbynj notice be given by publication in one of the :newspapers 'm r' .
atd comfort; ihe Supefior Court for the Counties JL in llie'profcsifdii of Law,'and will -
-I : accommodation, printed within 'this, District, tvairing\ said defendant oj nership pra YE E24BLEVA1E ANltj
-1 : For freifhtor passage' apply oa board. orlo ,Daniel S Gardner and answer Johr ,and Mosquito, ire in the'several Superior Coort.-of- Eastern .: t1

FERNANDEZ & BI8 EE. JVfentt.Jacksonville.... complainants bill of* complaint within appear.four months, S To Kontmfar .2.er ,1843.: District' of Florida, ''to wit; ia the I bounties of St. V FEVER MED1N&VI: :
: : _, V I'otherwise i said bill will be taken pro confcsso against 10'eph Finegan arid[ Rebecca Finrgah hi wife, as John', Mustqnito, Diiyal, Nassau, AUcbna. Uil'sbo-' 'Acar.IAND' l SAFE, CUREFORt-'H"H$ .oJ

,I GEO. HAA3A'fent, Savannah. :" Administratrix of the Estate of'William'Travers, onh.' oDd CoUmbia', and. in the CoiumiTV COURTS. V ':AND FEVEjR. IN ALL'ITS'COMPLICATE' :

.. VV 1' I t : ..J. B. LAFITTE, Agent., Charleston., him.cutiaeatbia 2Gih Jay of June 1843.,_ ,010--. .V .deceased.- .. vs._Juan_de_ .Eniralzo.' __ of St. John', Alach'na; arid Colnmbia., Letter or. FORMS; ALSO. AN EFFECTUALR"JHrJ l
,i' GTThe St.,i Matthew s will" lea n,Picolsta. e'rery S GEO. R. FAIRBANKS Clfrki Attachment for $2217' 507THE business should bedirecl d to'Wjn A. Forward St. FOR ALL THE VARIED/FORMS OF INTEl- ,

..i.FupaT ain Vclock* S Defendantjhi: the above entitled cause and Augustine. 'or Louis 'Aldrich, ot to MITTENT'AND' REMITTENT-FEVEaS- V

'4..1.)t r Passage through to Chulefton Ifr Picolata- and Notice.ALL other person* interested will please Iatake_ Forward and Aldrich, at -' NWi-annill. coufided f n -*

I I '. ..ralttkaTtlS.May / persons having claims or demands against notice that a suit hath' been institutedby aitachoienl to either will receive of. both. 1 iV ; S : : U

,?.?' .- 24 -_ _, . [June 51 V e lat of Manuel Guido late or the county by Joseph FiDe/ n |and Rebecca Finegari hVwife, December lit 1342. V 1; t CERTIFICATES

---1 : ,,' AiistrzoiNoc tice. of,St.JohnsIoceajqd. are required to present themto which'Rebecca Finegan lathe Administratrix of the WILLIAM V A. FORWARD I* hereby 'certify, that my .wife WS$5Ik1eJSVV!
deceased Juan LOUIS ALDRICH.
,, the undersigned within two rom this period t F.tl.iofYlmail Traer., chills arid which continued for .omet&lll"' '
the Estate( years V
I > A LLpersonshaving them otherwise they will be forever barred, and all persons de Entralgo, Superior Court for the counties N. B. F. &,A.will also net as agebts (lor such' as I procured i Box of Dr. Glovei Aig. Piw., I .
; "ilLMaryBuig: Papy,are requested to present and mtricl aforesaid : and they the said Defendants may desire theirservires) in the purchasing and set-- sl
immediate <
V indebted to said estate.are required make arrested the chills and f immediately.Dd :
V Administrator. !*er .
\\thoutej to the undersigned to'I and all other persons interested are required to ,appear Uing of lands in'l | ,
f t'Florda. '
1 tins'
payment V enjoyed perfecUv good health since JT
all Creditors, Lega.I VS
n And NOTICEis| hereby given to At the next Noyemt er Term of the said Court
I ,. 'teei,',i1d persons entitled to destribution thereof, that St.Au5nsjineE.F. I ANDREW PAPY E5'r.Jnly3latl243 to be holden in the Court House in the City.of St. Lt atest Style-Just Received. ; rafof: my friends and neighbor have G DC'.betyt"

: S.;, 1 "V 'lh claims,and demands will be barred at this expi. S MAUY GARIDO Ex'x. Augustine, in the District aforesaid ; and to plead to BOOTS, SHOES. HATS CLAPS' &8.' tacked in-the same manner, and by my ,adv V :

--; V V .' j-atioit of two years from this date unless exhibited V the declaration in the 'said cnu e according to law, Q CASES superior Calfckih.Boots- with Iron and V used the samepills] and in every instance .u,:-1.

r S within the same.St. .' V Notice : V JOhN RYSDALE, ,and,Rubber Hcela, V' happie3t; effect., In all ease a core has been tJIfI'I'-: :

i. .VV S V' Ao ulltioe E.F.:} MICHAEL PAPY, HEREBY GIVEN. That T VO MONTHS St.. An2nJtine.July 31. PIAinlit1 Attorney.Notice 100' pair imitation sewedV&ots.V h_ by jme, tire ofSii single Box of the A&ue f)ll :

1. : I V Jalj 14th 1843. \ Admr.orthe F tate or 18 after'date.- the *ub ciiber as Administrator of the 3 cases pegged Boots, T'i.;j fore from 'a perional: knowledge of theirdc'-

______ T I'V j ) Mary Burgos Papy Dec. Estate of A.. M'QUEEN, deceased will present hi. I i j 2 do. half Boots. cheerfully recommend them u tb6lte.t teiSdf'Ia ,

__ :y ,: V V Jotce..Lt accounts to the Hon. Judge of the CJdnnty'Court for IS hereby given,1 that two months after date the subscriber 2 case j fine cilf Brogans. : ./. 11" knowledge for the rure of Attne .ad fO.r. SU
V the ofCeo. 100 Pair Morocco 'd. 'i j jI 1 aZY1CCORGE F. HEN I
demands adjustment and notice hereby farther' given that I executor or estate I. F Pumps ;
claims againsitbe : '
:V : 'A'.' persons having or them to the SIX, MONTHS after date I "m'aputy for ;a final CLARK,deceased will present his ,accounts, .before 1 c.s Water Proof Boots all.of. he latest pattern.andfiwp VV i 1. Pastor of the Ifcpli*CboreM VfWif ,
I Sell': Empire:are required present I Ii v .:'I' "": ; '. V ?, i N.perX1- V
i dismissal as said Administrator; cf which all persona the Hon.IndgeeftbeVCoiirsly !>Court of St. Johns ,- .; ,, .ij -DDrlta
V_ f i 'indersigned.withinIburtek1frumthisd&teOrtheyC interested will please to take notice. ItJOliN County for adjust men I ; of which all; pardons interested i P ALSO-10 ca e
j! ii ill be barre .! VKIANCIO V SANCHEZ. M. FONT.i! NE, Alrnin'r.JuncG .-- will please totals notice. I Full Fashion'and' now in use, at retail by IDThe: !Uotfi Medicine for tale ty

V Aagwt.71843. JOIJN M, fONTANE.E..tr.a I' Oct. 31. V B.E. CARR, &Co. CARR4-co'

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