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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 25, 1843
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.N 'ldap licfjnl, s indtrth{l.lorida d ,Occupation Act of the ( -- OBSOLETE PUNISHMENTS. repeated as often 'the TURE.S"80D .. :
as virulence of the distemper N : FOUNT INs.1
., 4tla :A.ig/ Qt1184 .to whom AMONG the remarkable [ ,
which have
PerlJlits have changes
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II been granted on Surveyed required. In the town accounts of King- Farnham's T..vets'atfcss' ; :
x ; l, ,mfe, 'i r I taken place of late years, may be mentioned the iton-on-Thames in 1672 are charges 'for' mak lJte grt atWestern
: entire extinction of Ib punishments which, ing a cucking-stool: Frame and over the J.t Cky,, ;Mounalns. to;tho, {
1. : jjR,mTOTlC Lut, Eie hereby ,ivetiw. tie elau,*'r.. applicants above mentioned who,re designated )jnilie i enclosed about,' the midde of the last'century, 'were Inflicted -' JE.J Oregon, .we hare' heretofore noticed, as,, being) r
Ihatlhe
period-of VOK YEAR alfciwed by the raid. Act for proving the" fact that minor full of information and interest. ',
< ibi settlement on offenders htu3among
,. many offences' Making
w" been : petty a toll .
comiiitneed cucking 080
and. the -
t partkuUr quarter jrction: upua, which it ia located"' will\ (expire on the Itt. of being then visited distinct the!: mountain valleys on the Great Bear river
'' by species of Ir work for the ,
Ueeetnber.1843thatbeinaonuy year from ibe day on which tbe Receiver': same 030, and '
ftcgiattf of in the
!'' k tbi .Uffica were obsolete. ," vicinity of Great Salt salt s.-he fell in .
Spared 'p"unisbmentnow In this civilization .
act under tbelw. of Timber for the
: They are therefore hereby requested tp file with the Betiater and Receiver age same A 06,6 with'some
remarkable ,
'r ;, w .'AnfrrTWWIMBEnwpwwi.''' jFlofkbi on ou b fyre the aid date arr.ctOf) provf:puruac to the requirement of Law and refinement female' is not sentenced Three brasses for the same! and 3 wheels 0 4 10tries'of .* springv; ea led by: the
eboera.atieaed I > % tofthe("ducking-stool l the thank trappers and hunters Beer Springs of which '
i Li '+t 4 t] ( or the;' whirl, '
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.. ;$uelt ib+ ,l8; .kits, jppfH Ire', tern ':Jarit;, corrotoraleft: Sf the tes6 >6ay4 ofJwo' "ot i&pre j War L-igig_ :,_/commohJn_" i> 7<"ancient. times_.. <*_=..anQ'- 'vbasmearisof wfc? / *do i ho.' gives the following' accounted.. '. .

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\mWl Jl* nj nw M.v e ajfeified, tbY applicants win yi '0 'n ms f tall 't0' -
*tkittlaltjhttic4elandclilottoLnduadot'tleir'r for g 'ing birri pies,_: ey.fot" its repairv" Id"ihef.thir3 :. tGay's '
lii. w Oregon and Califoni
The will for ,
following be considenxl; a' few. er.necessity::
may otthe'most
v -- -1 / as pastoral ('TheSbep.berd';, s Week') the
1 within three I
pass hundred
yard of he-
curious obsolete punishments to which herine ,, place $ I
i ,oj we find allusions in some of our ancient wri Sparabilla who, contemplates suicidesays where our campfire is burning;'ithr '..t1ear'thispo '
;::: Dote noiil: ylTaare Dr .f11'W..', Quarkr Sa1' r ownsMp.: ; must be erected ( '
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6 a I 8"1" ters, and also in the works of Sir Walter Scon. 'I'll resting:place r the long- .. .
In a few years they be speed me to the pond,where the high stool lines of caravans between the bar nI of the ,

3 Fr ruery 17t 'IN43--; ohu ivere. -r4F South Welt.2JiiS: :- :_ M forgotten, that the allusions may 'to perhaps them will so entirely nut,Lie That On the long plank,ha rigs o' r'.the muddy pool[ Pacific and the waterst>f the Missouri! i would of
31 E. stool the dread of themselves .
,, ever/.coldingquean. .interest all who
24 are the
rebrDin' 17th, 'SU, rhomal'Co"b, North Welt, 21 !N.111 8. No. 31 E. comprehended. witnessing r
25 February! 17.h, IFC3. Patrick Fogertl' .. North East, 21 ,N ,,11 8., Nu. 31 E. The' uttodtJi Hn.t-Riding the wooden horse And in West's Poem*. published in 1780, Ihe irresistible movements of civilization upon. the

F.-I&.1843, ,. Creeeauo IJ..C8Ur, ., Sooth West EN. .11 S. No.31. E, was a military punishment formerly much used use of this stool is thus;decribed :-- i American continent? But this spot,has objects N-

4larcb life. 1843: .: )hrr1. Wtt'itliam., _, North \t'ut't, fN .1OS. No:30..F. in different; services. The wooden horse, accor .* Down in the deep the, stool descends of interest; its geology- and mineral y, and I
"l ? IR11ts .y'I6tb, Id43 John PellicierJun'r. nodth'Weit F N :1019. might well say-the chemistry of it fot there .
to ,
4 No. 3C' E. : ding 'Captain Grose (Military But here are
Antiquities, at first
we miss ends
our
May,1Etb, 1843. Andrew J. ,
Pelhtler laboratories
North and .
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# East N .10 S. No; 30 E. 106) was made of planks nailed gas here in the, greatest pro '
.. 109 May 16th, 184.1. FranciePellicier, South East, 3 lC 10 S. No.!00 E. to form together; so as She mounts again and rages more fusion, will hereafter- the auction of
sharp occupy ,
ridge
t II' U.Y 19tb. IF43 L. H. UetiCnol North rN .. or angle about eight or '
22 the '
East
JO S. No.25 E. nine feet Than ever vixen did before lovers of these science
J22 Juue 2'11. 11:3-13.: long ; this ridge'represenled the back. ; j
Jacob Bader., South ,West N ." ,
II S. No. The Soda
31 Ea:
t of the horse So Springs, called by the fir traders
; 13luxe which throwing water the fireVmmake
i 16th 1843, OWCII Quigley. south Weet. 1 N. JO. s. No.30 E. was supported by four : on Beer
1\4: June J&h 1843.Ezekittl n. Brown, North posts or legs about'six or seven feet \ : Springs, are the most remarkable 'objectsof '
Feet, 7 NI JO S. No. 30 E. high placed ; it burn up buy he higher; ; the '
within
-131 I. 17th, 1h13, on a stand mad kind my knowledge jl'hey aresituated :
Brown ,moveable
u'11Inlfb. ; North East la N Q 10 S. No. 30 E. by truckles ; to If friends
so, lay let her
' '' 1&2 June 29lh,: 1443. olin Bro .rd, North East, 3 No 2:1 8. No. 30 E. complete the resemblance head and t.,il were pray take on the' northwest ride of the rwer, a few

'. r 169 uDe-29lb, 18P, ncob 1. Soule, '''; North East, .11 I N'.10 I. s. No..28 E. added. When a soldier.was sentenceoLeilher by A second turn into the lake ; rods below a grove.of, scrub-cedars, tnd about ,

'. 2fU ul1 J7th 19thrlB43 1843EG.J': ,! n'i South!! 'V eat, 22 N..12;; d. No 26 E. a court-martial or by a commanding officer to And rather than ) .lIrll s patient lose, two hundred yards from tbe shore. 1 hero are

r ; .i' July : Richdrtl 1":. Half oath Fast, 2) N. 12 'S. No. 26 E, ride this' horse, he was placed on the back Thrice and again repeat the dose six groups of them ; or, in other wo tie, there ;
.: 4 ,19! .Ut,26b.1843; Cornelius: Dupont, ,, South Elfl; J4 N .10 B. No: 30"E, with his hurjdj tied behind him and' ) ; are small I hollows sunken about two tt et below ,
j ; frequently No
brawling wives, uo furious wenches the .
,t aEO W.. COLE Rueiver. to increase the punishment, had muskets tied ground around, of circular form, s"ven''or '
W. J. SIMMONS, Regisrate to No fire so hot but water i eight feel in diameter
S his quenches. in which th ;ro ate: a
; legato prevent, as was Jocularly said the
NOTE-TI. ,. the .. utemp.nr should : ) .
p.rtie.a ae to of fountains
- the kind of crop il..rulnher be.-tbe time when ctrl lvation. was eommenced- horse from kicking him off. This punishment The lasLinstance upon record of a person in I number sending,up; large .quanti '
3. 'ioneeoapcolored. r osiaethe famU- of acres in cultiulio.-.the kind of tenetneptnrected--number IIr per was chiefly inflicted on the infantry, who 'were dicted fllr 'a scold was \1'\ rs. Foxby, who was. !. ties of gas and water, and emitting- noise resembling ,
+ discriminatingbetween adults and chilJ :
.. ren-mallei and emale.-white and I supposed unused to ride. The remains ot convicted; at the Maidstone sessions in the year the boiling of immense cat Idrolis"-
a
l .. 4'- l July 24 wooden horse were standing qn tbe parade ut 705. But it appears: by o letter, published i in I-: Tbese pools: are usually clear;'with a gravelly '

---- .= I Portsmouth in 1760, but its use has been toss Ibo G nllcmnu'. Magazine' in 1803, from Mr.' i b ottom. In! some of them'however; g rawv bogs *-
,
'TUJ; : A CHINESE/ GARDrM' .--One of.the English of- discontinued being considered a punishment g Neeld to Dr. Lettsoni, giving on account of the .; boss'acks of coarse grass, among hich are '

r 1 ,&O_ UtA tr), leers who served in the recent campaign in injurious to the men. This punishment very is- prison in Liverpool, that the cocking, or.'duck.IDC.stool many little wells, where the water bi" bbled somerrily :. '
r
{444f .ill'. Chinn, gives' in a work; ;recently published,. the alludedno by Sir Walter Scott in the 4th : was not abolished/there till utter the that .I was: tempted to drink it oneof, ,

: r.i: ,vtP1ntuI uT mIl TIIfDt QJ T13d 'il'UJILISJlED tallowing account of a public garden : of 'Old Mortality where Halliday chapter year'1776, whereit, was the custom to use it ona 'I them ; but as 1 proceeded to do so the suffocating ,

e is VERY lOJrDAY, "In the contra of a serpentine sheet of water, We'll have him to the guardhouse, and teach says 'woman's first admission to the House of.Cor properties of the gas instantly drovo too J .i.
4 4my there is a rocky IRnd. and,on it a large ternh to ride the colt foaled of rection. It was formerly the punishment in almost from my purpose. '
A mamat, @@UXiW, pie of.two stone, fitted up for the accommodn )'brace I df carabines at each foot an acorn to keep, with him a every country town in Ch shire and Lancashire II After this' rebuff however, I made another' -,_ 1

"' AT ruca DPLLAKS FEE ANNUM, {If ADVANCE, "*OR Lion of wealthy'public.. Pillars"of carved t steady" for scolds and brawling women, and cal attempt at a more open fountain, a d drank .

i' 'TtVt DOLLARS THE END OF IHE TEAR.Ajtcrtiteftinti .. Wood support the root, fretted groups of uncouth i II j I The Canrci c.-This was a common 'milita.I led a chouking-atool. In ibe sine I letter we with- ,little difficulty. The waters appeared to

inaerted s' .tOne Dollar per square I figures fill urHhc narrow space ; while moveable I'I ry punishment theft, and was practised in find M that within the memory of'"persons now be more highly impregnated with soda and acid ,

for the flrst*io.enion. and t l 75'Centa for each anbae- latticed blinds screen the occupants from J two ways, one of which was called running the living a cuchinC-stool was in the great reservoir thaa.those; of Saratoga,.were extreme- y pleas .
' T quest tone. Londeradverdsementsin proportion knd the warmth 6f the noonday sun., Nothing can Gantelope or Gantlet for the latter in tbe Green Park.' ant to the,taste, .and" fumed from the, rtoraach_
; the .
t' one will) be ctrtnidcred len than A diicountaaade the and troth i I rag i' The Br like the Hoda water 'from the : ? .
a square. surpass beauty to nature of the ment' was formed six deep, the, ranks nk.'j'bis'ns' a sugar-loaf shapedcap ,shops sane of J
, to( those.. H'bo advertise bw the vear. I most mjnulely carved flowers! and insects prod I-1 I I and faced inward Each-man being provided opened, ,"male of iron hooping, with a cross at the i them I threw off at least fourgiiltons < fgas: 'a '

.:_ ,rally( scattered over screen and 1.1 1 Ii i with and second and although they cast .
--- every corni ea a snitch, the offender,-naked to,theywais I, top a fiat piece pl o J iniJDrds tu lay i.upoat up la ge ma .
o.r r This is the central and lar temple. .A nun passed j through the ranks, proceeded by a ser Uk tongue ;It was pat open 'thehedot\'arcs okFJtST'cpojinuallv.1..t r; ;:whicMl *ra ap-
her bfother light aeriaMobking structures of scant, the point of whose reversed halburt vas the scolds; padlocked behind, and a string 'a n.'! peared no outlet,.yet at ;i 'erent'times < f obese -
THE MESSAGE.' the sameform are perched upon the cornell of .pointed to his breast, to pretrenthisrunning nexed, by which a man ';led them through tho I I vatfon I could perceive no' Increase or diminution -

Ill the mountain glen where the dream land artificial l rocky precipice*,and upon odd little fast,and as he thus passed, every soldier too towns. This puns"hntnn': appears 10 -be' more I of the quantity visible. There an 'five or ,

:,::4; f fi lies, .. .. ,. Islands. Light and fanciful 'Wooden bridges him a stripe. This being found inconvenient gave, recent than the cucking-stuut. Brand, in his six other springs in the bank.of the.. ver,just ',,. 1
connect most of these; Island ,and are thrown the other mude I' History Newcastle-upon-Tyne the 'j,below, whose .!raters resembled those 1 have
was USed which stares
, j.i' Close,close to the' Heavens .for which wi was to tie the i
'. ..., across the arms of the serpentine water, so that offender to tour halberts, three in a triangle anda I in the aims of: the common-wealtb, scolds where described ; one of them discharges abo' it forty I
ii i i / ,J MngrWhe'e each sequestered spot can be visited'in turn.- fourth across, to keep the offender outside there punished with.the brank ; and 'b 1t a pair gallons a minute., ,

the bout l&ofaout'from itt spirit's eyes, At a certain passage the sun, tbe main tern the regiment then filed off, and ,a cat-o'-nia'tut'i j 1 them are still preserved in the town, court of I M .fourth of a mile down stream om the
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r ( And.. Thbughtjs free at.the heart of 60:1g-, tile is shaded in I rout by a rocky eminence, ,thenrge tails was placed in the hands oft the first man, I that place. Plot also, in his 'History of Staff-i Soda Springs' is what Is called "the Steamboat'
masses if which aro connected with'great who, after giving the culprit a last, down rd-shire,' describes the'brank as having been Spring. The orifice from-which it casts its: ,

f ." Where the ()in:-tree:sways in a mwly' hroud, art 'and propriety of taste, but in shape and nd- the cat and passed on, which was repeated put byh!j i, used Walsalf, and Newcastle-uaderLime.- I'I.the water brink is iu tbe face of a perpendicular rock,on r i
t of the !
:1 ",* just men l most stud;iously"groteQque. Trees and every man till all! had passed I, but this being i I: In the museum at Oxford;; one of these curious stream, which seems to have _
And the tgiad i voice, sjmaka: like a patting flowers been formed the r
andlufts of gnus are sown and planted* considered degrading soldiers articles is now exhibited in an excellent suite of by disposition of the fountain.
.. executioners i iI
r J .' sigh,. J where art must have been taxed to the utmostto I the practice was discontinued. 'I*, |t 'preservation ; and from the number of instan-1'; It is eight inches in ,diameter., Sit feet from t

And'the cliff, that kisses the bending cloud, procure them"lodgment'. In another, part of Of this punishment ia the navy,Mr.' Ingram '' ces found of them,''t they''mint have been i in torn- l\ ibis, and ore the horizoutal piano ot the oct, is

. t iTSetms Jflgf )btv "'geo" tbl'rieighbor-sky! tbegarden.there-tsa miniature wood of dwarf (one of the survivors in the wreck of'the Royal mon use, although there is very little mention j| another orifice, in the cavern below.. On ap. .
w t\ p trees,with a dell and waterfall ; the leaves; fruit Uevrge) gave the writer similar account, ex made of them in any 'law [book. J rj {proaching the spring a'deeP gurgling sound is

( and blossoms of the trees are in proportion to cept that the master-at arms with drawn cutlass 'Ihe rligrg-Foimcrly: >,soys Captain j beard under the ground ;, it appears to Le., produced t
:, Ohthere, while they vatchfora spirit's birth, their size. This Grose .- by the gecerating ot" in tai P
61iLAnt
' I t ingen10uucien (if science it was substituted for the scrjeant with ( vol. ii. P:111): avery common r 8'aseceiver. a ernous
,.i t, ; TJhat is struggling away from the earth's control can be called.).to-bring1it'to' perfection, require versed halbert. This punishment was generally a re* punishment for- trifling offences by sutlers,Jews, I r This, when the 'chamber is 'filled' ,

I;" .. p the most assiduous care and patient watch In g. ordered in the navy for thieving. brawling women, and such offenders/was the I bursts through ano\bereavern filled-:''with wa-

,.{ They rend to the'loved Jan, "'Lost of earth, A small':( branch of a foresftree Is deprived of a* The P 'ht-'rhis: was a punishment usually whirling a'kind circular wooden cage sun"'- i ,ter thestream., which it thursts", frothing and, "roamin st .into .

'm \ '. ring of bark and the bare placc'cJvered! round inflicted on cavalry dnd artillery. A ing on a pivot,and when set i in motion whirledroun'd 1 '
Some bi8 .wdrd the long post '
l\ + i by passing' soul. with prepared unctuous earth ; this is kepfrgoist being driven' into the ground,the delinquent was wnh such amzking velocity that the d'',': Iu passing the smaller orifice the nt gas ,

r :. tf and1 when the radicles "have,pushed in the, loam ordered to mount stool near it, when his liuquent soon became extremely,sick. t escapes with very'much 'the;: same: sound- as '

+h., /' Ob,'imPle truth of a changeless love l the branch} is separated from the tree, and plan hand was fastened to a hook in the post by right a ''Burning ill'the acrid was a' punishment infti t..; steam makes in the escape,pipe of a steamboat..

'Ob truiting faith t>f the mountain lund ted in a\) 'trough'or porcelain flowerpot. The noose round>bis wrist drawn up as nign as it ted for theft till the year 1779, and remained a' Hence the name. The periods of discharge

", M'" I, too,*woufd( send to the realms t aboVe pot i il then filled with bog earth manure and could be stretched : a stump, the height of the punishment: for manslaughter: till the be g sans ng' are very,irregular. At umcsthcyoccur once i a

- j. Ami for their clay, and water-is applied according! to the necessity stool, with its end cnt to a round and blunt point, of the reign ot George 1 V..wben it was entire* two, at others once in threes, foufor,five rasa
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:!liI'og, one of, starry band. of the plant. trahchVs are represby was driven into the ground near the and ty abolished., In recent tunes the iron was frequently its. The force.of its actiqp alsa.is .aubject 'to "

,. ; !' cutting and burning;; and bent into shapes the stool being taken away the bare heel post of the not much heated, except in bud cases of!ii great variation. Tbose'wh have''vtsi if 0( '

''And telUic'r; oh, '"soul of the homeward bound r resembling nn old forest tree ; and even to the sufferer was made to rest on the stump, which: manslaughter, when', as only one year's'impris-ij i: ten Soy that its nobe has' been'heard t 'eebo

$ >' ,, Honour footsteps are .J,pasting. th) it cowl roughness of the bark and hollow knots o''pru. though it' did not break the skin, him to prisonmentcouldb, <:aded] ,'the instrument.,waI t far among: the. bills When I visited ill couldnor'bear't '
7' put "
;# bed, *. ttcd,< \'Ytd {decayed branches they are complete grout torture, the only means of relief being by sometimes effectually heated. This punishment! at the distance of two th< 5alldraids.

. -t. Where laid herrest lhe if in resemblance. The roughness is produced resting bit weight on bis wrist, the pain of whichsoon : was always inflicted in open court, in fun erne w There is said to be a diJfeI'eIlCedif.; ; .
we 4o '
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, ) flowery ground by'oilts, U"8cted by smearing tbe bark with become intolerable., The usual time of of the judge, immediately'nfter tne trial, at,the lereta times+ in theti temperature pf. the ater.

t.. v ,, tlyr J ovtxl.and oiirlovely' =.-ttl, :!ee,D.rlr.Jead; ( !. .sweet substances. Tortuous 'pathwaya lead to standing, was a quarter of an hour, but frequently back! of t he.de>ck.In many of the old courts When, I examined it, it was a little above|blood ,
j. :II, w : the ihe artificial l mountain still be the beat ; others have seen it mqch.ftigher.
f", v top ut| each turning I the culprit was sentenced to a longer may seen Iron staple, largo enough; u ,,
.. find say, at the flash oX the season's prime, formed with studied art to surprise, and charm, period ; however from the serious consfquenctswhich for. the fingers, and the half handcuff on'a The most remarkable phenomeo cohnoct-

f t, r' r" Oft wheu hearths aro ,Jig f tin ihe e evening by offering"it"'every poi t- fresh! views 'and object.s. often resulted from this mode of punish hinge to hold down the wrist'in'which"the c1. The ed with ,jbese springs remains yet to be noticed. :

'4 blaze. '\ ; Flowers' nnd creepers sprout; out from meat, it was -di USt.d. In Spain, it was prh s band was placed, aid burnt with a small l whole riv6r, from the Steamboat Spring tu _
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*Ar i' ;crgvicestees.hung'; ove..1he. jutting crags ; tised as one of the tortures ol, the Inquisition. brand iron on the brawn of the left tbumbYel the Soda Springs, a' "clfatance'of lab rc; ban a

Now we pine for the heart of our summer time,, I small 'pavillion* crested("wilb\. the wbue':tor k, Boring the. Tongue.-Captain Grose tat Cat .Pine ,.t, .Jurfc- tnciently, the fourth of smile a a sheet of sprinii thousands r
says
r 'gll1 deg.vur. wintry I their emblem of'purity", Are (Seen'from alnkevery only 008.c rporul punUhmen could be inflict. ,judgment a 8mPa rsns'srbo refused to plea a. in number& wbic .,buaiagJbroBgElwal! ei of?

,"a' V'.Ai..s '' I vistnji while grottos and rocks recesses, ed..n an qQicer. This was boring thetonguewithi1 The culprit ,....nm&Dded.Io.. dare ,room, auperiacupeatrunning: crater,, 'throw: I their.

",, .II< .. "_ ... I Iti shadytfo-versjindJahy. .. 'inthsTare! paced to'e n. hot iron 'fo?blasphemy! ; .'iii 'punish me at I I and lak oahisback, atrd.heavyvreig>ils placed: tasmialrjets l,sots, SIX'tfiCB i fai4; rbove a Io, '=" .
;e11 we wee {I' trap--- me.unwary.p.acn- -- -- wnu npap-propriale" mot.I that remained in force till the time *ol Queen__ :inin hiS'h'rpfl t-ivith., nn nlhpr.n _niih__._l_n_t_!MihnnandVater __'n bMita_' the* H ce. TheVateT.israuchlbebune- '
her / -YO
: :t rough thltt'lodely'pears,I to. one i ipyiting, the,wanderer repose, nottifi"ering'quiet er An.,: ... -- n' .;,he not being allowed to eat"'the day l in its constituent. qualities" ,"'u 'df,the- I Soda

n If ,For. ,. ihe dearest. and sweetest, ,that love ever and, seclusion to the contemplative 'l'M rurabrd'. Cloak.-ID' the .time of,the he drank, or to drink the day he ate,and he wasso prirlas-' .Hi --

'woolndlhougb f philosopher." '' ,' Commonwealth, the magistrates of* Newcastle- continue till be died. This judgment: was b' ,:

t virtually rrpealpd in 1772/by ah Act of Parlia WONDERSpFi;. ,;AMERICAN',El V
upoh-Tyne drunkards
hope,like..a rainbow, gleams over '" Job Pointing, !" exclaimed an old woman punished by making '
Ts them Ctfrry. tub, called tbe drunkard's clouk. meat which placed persons'who 'refuted 'to The St.Charles' 1\dvertiseatltes thfc U. 8.
, our tears; some timQ' noe, sho her
pepped
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fc the This tub wn 'wJrn bottom up wards,there Ming plead in the same situation as if they coufeft- snag boat Sampson has passed up Jhe Missouri

'Y.etr2. .-Nee*' fV*oh*t we weep-for*we still love advertising page' ojt a 'country newspa hole at the bottom for the head, and two smal c4. r. :; tiver, drawing out many lornjiaahle.s!'agi
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"r : c per "poor they're kept him printing, ,
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.. on;! > > week after week, first ler holes in the sides for, the hands to pass 7yirw *peine fort etdure"gaW I : 'It i& a magniticenLsight!o see, tab

." ,Bata T,|cript] *** rend, and if- he ever was+i't sirce.I the most patient learned man to through ; and tbuS'ridic ro s1y' attired, the de. place to this'practice. The thumbs of the : monster take hold of 1I1 large Walnut. !!treersix" : '1 -
that linquent was:made to walk through the' streets prisoner were-tied together with whipcord so : feet in diameter at the root; ,and more 'tnan'a
be cOuld'
i L'i"T rS'The'Boston'correspondent> ol 'tb e long ever nob; was w.'"' !tiever have stood' it so of the town for as l long' a titas'asthe magistrates tight that the pain! might compel: him to plead, i ,hundred ,leet'long, ;and fifty orsixif 'tJ: Gf :

New PionyuICiiYit \ thought proper to ordet?according to the and be was seat ,away,so tied, end remained so I which bas been deeply imbedded ia tba. '(mud

I ',7 Orleans A LOVE IN DESPAIR,-':'An Albany editor ('J. grotsness of the offence. 'until his obstinacy was subdued. This,is mentioned turdrehiandred. years. .andldraw Ufout\_Wilh -
}: "Thereaifuund arh&ngihe pipers of Mr claims Lost,, lost 1"' Wei lost u'r' hear on: the TA Cuekingtool, or Tumbrel-Or'tbis.. fry: Cord Chief Just ice' Kelynge in the more ease than a dentist extmc'tsaltboth/1 Yet '

i v-Cbandlcr( ,'of this city who 'went last,fall Mo fourth. She was from Scdharie-had her fath Lord Chief Baron Comyns says in his Digest reign of Charles II. and the practice continued sUch'ilhs daily botinessi The;hrgeit cmoreswalnutsandootm -

. Booth Carolina, for his, health,and died there l n er with )her-Hutch'ns them ifchiefbut'terribly 'of the'Cfiw w The'tumbrel,'or trebuchet, is an i io .the reigQ.of\ Anne.. Toe last instance I woodsy are. pc lied

'If, f,tbb ToWwing J original I Z iepitnph,which he handsome, Oh eyes thdt nose these, cher. instrument .fowKhe punishment'of,woman that ot lying the thumbs in London], ,was ai! the,old out.saweu.upandsetafloatinlheslream_
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.flC'llred.5bou1t be the only inscription..over ,h'IfBye ry"ipp two-lips and them,are nut brown cheeks scold or are unquiet! now called a cuckinc' Bailey in 1734 ; but we' find\ that it was practis. r. t

hil "and which I think' I.is enough in a ,nut- raven ringlets,dimpled chin, steels' apron red stool." It was decided in the Court of Kings: ed. 'at the Cambridge, Assizes in;'the'year 1742. THE MINT" 'i' ,
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",m; ,.... 4 .. 'M morocco'shoes 1 brass rings! r.tln"t! !. Oh Bench in the time of.Elizabeth that the pt'lorv' 4 From: paragraph in the Nevr-Orleans C rar. .
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{ l J&D&Q'ChinJ country, wnai are they,to,thee' yinua-U,14, our.. bead-our, ,bear has, been I and tumbrel ought to be. provided, by the lord of WELfrTORTOISE SHELL: ier it appears that 'the coinage of)th*' 'nch ,

"What: nJ 'ate"'d'-b8t'my. pedigree 1 stolen, by thaUovely creature? and,is gone forever each liberty '. Provide a pair.of.pince/the;;tongs of''which: : Mint i ine f thatcity forthe ooonlh.oCAuuat.! ;

1.J j\lft:\ rttbat !" V > In Manning and Bray's *Surrey,' vol. i. 1 will,,reach four,inches beyond the rivet. Now was-- r .. '
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; a !tjp, .-: rr 343, the cucking-stool w' thus described. :_"A file I 1I the tortoise shell clear .to*u lap joint careful.Iy' .. Silver \f38fiwb

1"t'f kiHikDow'at. "it* use-rti hld s-po matter' whom* !'+ RErLECTjO T.Tbe.pastwhey post,was jet; up in a pond( across this post was I l obser ing"that there be no grease about it .'Ould i.101,000

'z ,, I ', iitI i .1i. asfled.i i ; t placed a'transverse, tenth, turninpon a swivel 1 Wet tbejbinrwell I with water, apply the pincers -* I '", ; .. ;C'H' .. .

'". ? Q. 0pttett jour laocLlC.it, willt.treat you .Thututurel/. Iacjtly.als ortcame, 1 with'a'chair at'one' end,whieb.'wbeo tho culprit '' ,hot,,,, ttrilowfog..them with;'water and the Total 'tI., .. : '. 8481100t. ) '
I ';' With-manu'..liberally,' ked it will yield Our friaada deparfed.t&> ( With the, ikad,,,.:.,;:v L .was proper I1,' aoe d-lhjt end turnedto I shell will be' ouoU to be ,joined, as if,it were 'the,4otal-amount of rmalting ,

,, OjirAd J ..'. bountifully. ,at- -. a.., ': :Ouiseltea3. FieU baste ing to,the tomb. :..' tbe pond and let into the water j Land this, was. (orignally the sgmq;:piece-. t.I -. ....'. 'Janaary-" 83,718tpOb; .<')'IJ"'\,..coinage-stn. ., .,.'V., .':_.. last T _

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I ST.. AUGUSTINE : [FBOM 'A; COBRCVOWDZWT] THE HARVEST ANDTHE: CROPS. l .J TOTICE thereby aiven in the class of above mentione'dwh.i, are delirM. in tM flr.'t'. .

ST. LUCIE E. F. August 20th. 1843. .- The harvest of cereal Grain in the United Lll i[closed li.4. that the period ol "o..E/ri: It',.itltowed by ih* said Art for proving the Cti ifm fft, ,et- ,
I g'q. 1813.1 The weath and the ; star Quarter Station npmi whfrh it is located" *.JH opirc on .S
1IeHIay t September DiD SIB :Having an opportunity to write, Staff* is now) nearly concluded. ;lament ban been cnmmPtC4d.: p.irnch ,
from 'be time th-it Put of'Sfarvey
to*
its of June b lngoi>year were .
it in general, 1-een propitious during progress 1 Twenty mutt di> ftM4/tliat .
has
for
c by private hand, I embrace you must ,
\ -I-I' Principles and the people. know our politic Post. Master General! wont give.us and the crops( secured in i good conditmn ; I ertiried by urethp-r..fiti'e the Mirveyoi hitl General.hy requited! 10 le with Ih" Keiier i and! Receiver at Newa-iimiUe: Fkridaoa ..
annual
any mails south St. Augustine. I suppose he and we,are now i-nnbled'to makeup our, i 'or before They the ....H date, aificiiir. proof. fruuint io the requirement ot law,above iDnitiuiiefintvn .
GARDENER'S.,. CALENDER OCTOBER., I dont like to "take the responsibility" of establishing report of (he rtsuit. I'It Such proof should bo ihe Anplicihi! Mffiilnvit corroborated bJ the teftinioiiy ,of two oc more dw- f
: office in that has that.the Winterwas whtf'h roof should iv" all :he partTciilm'ft! the ...ttMaient- I GARDEN. a new post a territory was generally agreed past I interested and competed witiie**"* : jo ,
VEGETABLE
I I 1' no vote to cast for President! However, if he unfavorable to the Wheat crop, both from of 1111 Cfmmenn ,irient-and'description of I e particuliirO.ii'irter' Section upon which it iiloctted'ilnteu
Sow CabSa ej. Lnttaw, Carrots, ,Beeu, Turnip. whole N fifed! on before the date 1 specified the applicantwill. to.
I I dont give us a post office soon we shall apply its length and severity throughout the the proof required in the forego' iC -jr :i:
t disbu. Spioach Salsafy. Parsnips Ruta Bags.- at head quarters ; Captain Tyler will give us a Wheat Districts the Un led' States ; and so forfeit ali right title, arid claim to land und r their permits. .";.
"Transplant Cabbages, Caolifloweu, B/ocoli, Ouions .. 'j
1 ; house he let his to lead to an _ ,,
: liuc L'eksfn4 Endive. post office and a light too, wont much, Wheat was winter-killed as '
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have'the creditof doing all these good of deficient crop.- r -. ,"
4.'m successor early apprehension a very f I I. : I '"
rk .--If* of.lhe crops'recommended .
; ;tbovo have not been ny sown, they should not.beneglected ibing. It would, however, be no great inconvenience The spring,however, was favorable--the Wheat Wf. ;ofPermit ,DtJe'of Permit, I Name of Applicant. Quarter 6etlton.|1 Toientkip. R .g". i.L .
and
foribe mail boat From Charleston to Key that remained uninjured, became thrifty :
I[ lotipeK 'Hbst"6nnem be'yet _. ,_ ii
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may thin ,
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'. West to touch at Indian River Inlet ns. she pas. headed well, as i isunusallythe case. -- '
sown jriU) considerable advantage. The Am. it has MnFleming l 'North Weat 9 turrlve *outh f fourteen efnnrt .T i
the and, with exceptions, 723' '2('fjulv. Henry pity
ground-
; on *
'/ chokes sJjpqld- in this:month be attended to, the sea.The health of our settlement continues excellent proved to bo well filled. 723 .tllltJ"ly. BBenjmnin lea South WII 4' twelve ,oi lh : 0oe 4
suckcrt removed end manure given. Strawberries Dela. 73/ j Kafley South East & twelve south 1 fourteen e j..
.. of kind has occurred districts ( 22dj'ily -<
Wheat say
not a case any up In tho Southern
khquld he set bui in, this month will Souih Went 3 twelve Health : fourteen e :-
they
; Carolina 13:12d: july John P riy
fine ,)
to IhLs! dale. All are in health and spirits. wore Maryland.Virginia and 1 North .
1 1bnrJn t the ensuing Spring.- 7J7 Jamell 1'. h01J1)1 North East5 twelve south (fourteen e e..
Fifteen new houses save been erected on the although in some small sections the acreuble 738 22djuly 2'lj July Peter Spur innnVihum North East ,8 twrtte south t tfn.rtei'ue, :! ". 'I"

front of St. LUcia sound (west side.) within the product comes up to' an average, on the whole 7fi9 24 thinly HeuryC. North Vest 8 twelve' south fourteen e '.. 4
I r.. JOKI! M..oN1A F.tIEq. ,$ teen appointed last four week*. I begin to think the prediction the crop falls materially below that of 1839, 791 lhJllly Johh J. San1 chez South East 6 twelve south fourteen e it

it PostmastettinlKU.city, vice E. WALLCN, Esq. of'our worthy friend Major U-, of your but -qualify it is greatly superior to the last 868 29lh july Samuel W l lson I South West 5' twelve south (fourteen q .6-

l relQOve4. I' country. vthat in five years the most enlightened crop.say 1842 and equal) to that of 183a/so 914 4th AUJtlt! Robert Wai_ erston 4. I South Four .5' twelve south, fourteen e :;i

and, refined society south of the Potomac, that in available productjit not more than 1 '

ti-a. t- ; wi be.fiiu.non. 1 lie ea 'conlt fEast Florida," one-fpmth below a fair.averagecrop. In this JUHN. PARSONS_ ., JfaetrerJ SAMUEL*' UUSUELL, Rat ICW.- ,_ ,'Cz
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senl has
I 11 i3riU tho rs are : several years past,as it proved the kind of crop cultivated'::':number'or aeije* in' 'lhi"u noIi.rro 44, .
F1ari1a M.dtJa.; q ilea\lumbel of them, educated men, many Stock of old Wheat quite exhausted'at! harvest. composing tbe I.wily-discrimiua;, ng between adults'and children t -males and fsmmles-'white*' '
: of them are broken merchants-though unfortunate Fhinsyliania and AVw Jersey.-Wheat thin on persona aud colored. '
TheScb: ;&r0apkeJKa, sold at public auction broken subdued- in but much
their spirits are not or the ground,qu:ilny general good -
-U5 clay. Sbewaj bid off al $125. thwarted, aud thrown in their mercantile pursuits complaint ot smut in some [counties. Acreable '- THE CKEWLEdS VES EL. "" PASSENOEPJ3.c

," they now embrace agriculture with a product rather below an average.' On the whole A mysterious circumstance occurrec on the In the Stephen Frances 1 from CharlestonMiss 'J

.' The [Weatt.er.'Tbe courage, and enterprise truly commendable, rather more old Wheat remained' over than at bhores of Rhode Island about the yet r 1760, I N. Pinkham.CoI. Humphreys G.Thoro.-'
month they ire all men of intelligence and general informUiunA harvest lust yea r. remark and lion a t '
September thus far presents, vefy which caused mucii speculc I tiill. S. M. Wakeman, A. .riedlander, M"iC.. 4.
; and are not ashamed or afraid of New York,-Acreable product about a fair the time, and the mystery connected with the .
considerablecortrast.
the month of :
to Sep. bard work. average ; quality in general, represented to be incident bus not been explained to this ay. Pay lor. q
tembcr of I last ,year, when.we.had a succession I We have also a good number disciples of fine. Quantity of/old) leftover about as usual. Early one pleasant morning in au umn, a --- IJom1ti

A *>f gales ,and boisterous weather. We have Esculapiu! unvMig us-they have physic to the New England Stoles.-Wheat culture, except, vessel 1 was seen bv the inhabitants of an island Or 1ra. AV Wftmlm. J

: had some this year.(I On Thursday\ to usW familiar dogs. The fact isthey are all sensible that there in a purl of Maine, quite i unimportant. Crop'this ol Rhode Island,; far in the offing, ala ding in MARINE JOURNAL J

phraae M the tun crossed the lice." Toe 1 are too mauy professional men-too many merchants : :: year b 'luw an. average, and much below under press of sail towards Narragan tiny. .

: that of) 18:39'when: its cultures was stimulatedby It w.is a square rigged vessel, and its the approached : :
I jusuaj storm bas not yet. .occurred; but the day I. Anti these cKdevant traders and doctors, havehid bounties several of those Slates.N"rlhIV I the shore, many conjectuies were JIRRIVED. .t'

I' ". "as.aUg"Qnd"there was considerable! of ar.ewjat : the courage and good sense to abandou the I sttrn Stales and.Territorie*.-From made respecting her character and n me. At 23-.&n Stephen Frances, Rose, Charleston ..

/. intervals. The aspects of the weather pursuits they wi-re bred to, for the laudable and this increasingly important Wheat section and I length she was recognised as a brig, longing I ton- 3 days. _. '
,
', "eem favorablcu and Jt4 now remarkably healthy occupation farming. esjKjcirtlly from its Western 'or, Mississippi district to Newport, which uas expected from Snglanu I -r
pleasarjt.
I Arrangements making to establish this ful ., the complaints were vetygencral of the about that time. Ab ut 11 o'clock A. M.she For Charleston &. c. ...
fteyajlipg winds from S. E. to N. E. a public library'and school ; and it is! the general .\r\ heat being winter-killed ; and, although it had approached very near tte slaud,at d many THE Regular Pdcket Schooner Stephen &

.; |: ihe New York I,i and sincere wish of all the settlers on Saint/ revived beyond expectation, the general result of the inhabitants had gathered on the >cacb 10 : -, W. l. Rose. Master will sail for rlj
.. q Express of the 8th inst Lucie sound to have a church established, und !I !is by no means favorable. In Missomi the yieldis welcome her sate return and cheer as he pas Ibeabove i port onthe2d of October wiadlind

.' ihere appears letter dated ""St.Augusiino Aug. !I with as little delay as possible. Tney are ..dr.I estimated not to exceed 'half a fair average sed along. The course of the vessel was onward weather permitting. For freight or passage '

I t ". ;26th"! 4etailing the progress of, tho }'ellow.:I termined that n strict observance of the sabbath !; crop. In the Territories of Iowa and Wisconsin directly towards the,s>hore, and when the having had elegant accomodations apply Ton ....

) t fever on board he French Frigate Gomrr, l shall be kept. All say let us commence, fright, i i and the Slates of' Illinois and Indiana, the anxious people expected to see'her keej off the board- or to, .1-'

I. .. here'." This is mistake. and we shall have good society, rood,' morals, i. estimate u two-thirds an average crop. wind, and steered in the direction of the I har CENTER EODDY, & Co. I'
4 4- a The Gomer was and They dusiro to Sept. 25th.1843 e..4Gn4)L ..
enlightened community bour to their surprise and alarm the/ found .
at Pensacola, at the last dates, and! had the Jf'I.J: take, siand amongchri>tians, nnd/ ot be st.g-I Extracls from the London Puuch. that there was no change made in he course, : ij

-low fever on. boii.r.d, and by some unwarrantable maiized ns infidel and sabbath.b,' ake They Insane person f found-He describes himself as ana nut a 'sail was taken in. ljf. PHILLIPSSEI'R Respectfully inform*

,,' (Oversight St. Avgitstinc has been substituted' for I are now in their infancy and want, a little aid at about to become the lessee of one of the national They hailed her, but received no a iswer. IYJihe Inhabitants the City of St. Augustiue s?t

/'enucola..l \i the outset. Will not the odly given of your theatres. His friends arc particularly requested They proclaimed danger and war d thoseon that he proposes under patronage to opena "I

good city, who delight to do good by extendingthe I to come forward. board to change her course, or tt e vessel; SCHOOL, as soon as a sufficient number of if- i
I "\ \VejDBvy! .n s well soy that, St. AugustineJsxery blessings of the gospe.1. cast in their mite, i i Found a large quantity of lead in sheets--It would be wrecked ; but even this cou d elicit pils will warrant him doing so,-(which numbr 0j

) healthy at the present time and' has been '. and e.x'cnd a helping hand to this infant settlement I I wa inclos-eil in some paper, with the words Tuft no reply. It was then remarked much to the he intends to be limited.) The branches be j

p .I ihe, .whole season. There is not case mulig.! I ,by aiding thcniin the erection of a church Hunter by Lord William Lennox on the first conlcrnalion of those assembled island :rs, that formerly taught in this City will be continued- ,:
I@ disease and in procuring: .them a minister, whereby, soul could be seen her de ,ks. No TRIGONOMETRY, GEOMETRY, SCRVETINO -
pant whatever, and,many who anticpa. I page. If not claimed it must be thrown away, not u upon including J}
te.d tbr.'ugh the blessing (divine providence the, fur it could not be sold to the e tpenses. I human power seemed to direct her mot ons and NAVIGATION, TACTICAL ASIRONOMY and.
siqkly season have fur pay
,
;
l c we are happy l ?eed may he sown that will bting forth some I I Absconded from bis friends-Lord Brou bam. in a tew minutes the vessel struck the beach BOOK KEEPING.-TERMS-moderate, payable it

I W say been disappointed. To the judicious.sanitary sixty, and some an hundred fold But this is .,He is supposed to be lookiug after a place. lie within ball a dozen rods of the wnderiug half quarterly in a4vance. No Pupil taken for :j

measures of our city authoritieswegiA: 'I too serious subject for me to do justice to nt :: has several written characters, one of which crowd :ess then a quarter-and a.full quarters jnstruc* |

h great degree.owe Ibis, coupled'with the Rene.rousaidifCJea. I! this: lime-a hint to the real Christian is suffi.cient. I I lately apj>eaied in Examiner Ncw puWr. She was boarded immediately by m n eager tion always g vtn.-'Ftf; TERMS apply to him at 1.-

u .: ., Worth' to whom our citizens I THE CLEBKENWELL EAII.TBQUAKE.This fright. to learn the cause of this strange pr 'eeding. the residence of JAMES M. GOULD. -Esq'r.,
I The fallowing meteorological observations ful phenomenon broke out at Mr. Jones the They found a tire sill burning in The .boast, !XT: A scnarateronUor Young Ladies. "
fJw.o wuctt. ray miieh.for the assistance render. for he month which Indebted _
of June for
am and made ,
grocer's. Nature and Middleton street i the kettk on, arrangements a >parently ; 1 r ;
1 .I'din .fiIUnpp.lbc'jP a i dl"be.SIIa..w.nw : ,::"to/.my rood frleadand neighbor Moses tljeUjbrook. 1, green have'received a Ih r.k.lbey will not soon' recov for breakfast. Tbe table in the ca >tn was Sad3ery. --

: \ i, has been 'looked upon f s.aJrui fuJ source M. D, formerly of Charleston, may not er. The last accounts however,staled that Nature : set, as if fur the officers, but no per son 'wasvisible SabicribereapedtfuilLy i iuformth citaMES ;

,ofd.iazeforsomeyftarsjait. prove uninteresting. By this table you will was rather bettor after the shock, and that found on board. The only living thin THE St A,IIIUU and it* vicinity, tba t be (his ..,;.

_4J. -, i perceive how equable this climate i in not near as Middleton street, was as good as could be expect I was_a slut with a litter of puppies. 'J he, long j just returned from 8av nnah'with a supply oC line4'

;J Counterfeit,' ;- J hot. as Augusta, nnji only varying degrees in ed. It stems that the igniferous properties of I I boat was missing, and had teccntly bed *- :nhoist- rial ur'th above businen*. und taken the Store adjoining .<>_:
Gold.
the whole month. 5le_ 8. ECur & Co.. _
formerly
t. of lighted from a entleman's' I out, as was evidenT by the tack s on the j sra. | occupIed
U Tae N. Journal of Commerce states that (We cannot publish the table ericlosed in the a piece, entered into paper a combustive combination 'yards, but the baggage of the crew and officersthe by'Sir. Nelson s
: Counterfeit" quarter 1 eagles, of U. S. cofo, are'in I Ii preceding.letter ; we will state however that segar with the gaseous particles of the common sewer I I bad not apparently been disturbed and ves- eJ to his care abaliteceive' prom\V.G.WHAITON.pi atteD ()n. ..

/rirculaUon. They have a coarse brassy ap. i nl sunrise the lowest temperature was oh the and the atmospheric pressure being ns one sei'o& papers,and the captain' writings wertlahlfound St. Aneustine Sep,. IT, JEt43. .
r 5th of June 69 and the ,the 28th ,
,
highest on the order. The quesitohs wereikbJ _
to fifteen, blew the iron grating putting in regular -
perauct. and yet for it is not,. up
;
may
pass once H2 1 o'clock the lowest the 1st and sTAGES
at
was on
; inhabitants of the neighborhood to sixes and I where are the crew 1 why lid they JACKSONVILLE !.IVE OF CAKRY-
in a year if once mfive years/thatmost: peopleS 5tb,79, and the highest the 16th, 86; and seven. The turncock was fortunately present 'leave the easel Bu these questions I hive nev. ING THF.; U. 8-: MAIL.f ..

i_ S>T a!piece of American gold. I at 9 o'clock the lowest was on the 7th 74, and but obstinately refused to act and fortunately er yet been satisfactorily answered. 4on<* of Jl HE above line of( stages* ia BOW rnmtiugrej*- ':

'ThuHon. : the highest on the 30b: 80. The prevailing I was not wanted. Several squares of glass vereconverted the,crew of the vessel were seen or i eard of JL Ltrly between St.Auj"'tiire and Jacksonville, ;
: Eli*ha WhiiUeacy is said to have I wind was from the South East, with seven days t into blown being blown from I, from that time lenvftig Su .%Augnstioe Tee.dai.v4 8atatdqssi3; _"
glass by
1 tendered Q of the office ot Sixth I IUdiorort from the Nor East The hottest days up to the .. o'clock. P. 1\L. returninz.Ieives i JacksoavireTitesdajs.at '
resignation
: their frames : and the Commissioners of Sewers Conjectures,of course,has been busy it work, iatenclttiuj ..
6 oVIock 4 P. '2.
and.Fridij"kt -- ,
; a.r .' ; .\ :the Treasury. I 20th the thermometer of Augut were stood the at first 63"and in the second shade, when at"1 when they heard of the grating being dis- but!;the facts furnish slight grounds for i ify hypothesis the TalUbajwe line atJaeluonvilfa! .cannti.,'vta.Newna -

plttciui, appointed a select committee to sit upon and whether the crew, alarmed at some nsviile.! Lancaster, Suwanue 9prinpt 'aJNcwto .
<. ttr A first family"of Gypsies has arrived at1 o'clock.-ED. ONST.) ./ I it. A member of the Geological Society has imaginary danger, panic struck, too! ; to the ,\n !I' -
j t toexamine the and the Common I bout and lost whether the stra For (further inforiuation of B. E Carr 8t .. .:
I Baltimore (frotq ,Bremen-Wm. Wegner apd 5 S Tnc lUTioNI.-From art article in been sp-il : ; were or ige proceedings ,.enquire .
DEBTS OF : .
: f
Sewer has been in' the handsomest manlier were connected wih deeds of mutiny l\ulutliDe or "
jchildreo, including 2 black eyed daughters. Hunt's Magazine May, we take the follow C #' '
f fIi the ruins of tbe ill H.S.CUMMIXaAgtar.
thrown open te him. He has explored and murder by a portion crew, i now .
MBHM-MBB MMMaHMV MMMBM MI M .* .
ing statement of ike debts of several" European I that he has no' ascertained. BoslonlUer.: Jo anal. An*22. \
Ii Mr. Henshaw, the Secretary the Navy has nations I of a lamp post ; but we" regret never be '- '.

I: ;!ono to Boston on a visit of inspection to the Tbe : debt 800.000.1 been met i in a proper spirit by the gascumpany.who a"e. a ,
I I' about "
English amounts to .
..
I have restored the interesting subject of inquiry TBnouGH A Wll'fDOW.A singular r !Hale of the ;PUBLIC BUILDINGS atJL GaTe
.., .Navy Yards. The Postmaster General, a nd the Ii 000-interest,28,000,000 u year. 1 to its original state betore he has had time accident .ecured Itt the dry goud-sestat lisbmenl ,'s Ferry, Btqek Creek; E. F.. 'adv.rtied tl) .

i ;Secretary Wa, have returned to their' post Thin debt swallows up in interest. more than I to pursue the investigation 10 its proper limit. 't of Messrs.G. &.J. '\V. Bell. on the c rner of like place on tin 20th iD"' :, is urt&\oidAby: P IIIP..D.
: one.half of the revenue out of which it is to be I Broadway and Maiden Lane, last laturdavcvenitig. ed uutil the I4 Washington. RAPID COMMUNICATION .
su r.ported. SPIRIT OF DTSCOYBBT- The store is filtted wit i a dorestranger will take pUe at adv,:rtr* d by 'I J euL Col, T,T.
; The talk 1'ho debt of Russia is slated,January 1st, 1840, l WITH JEBICHO.' -The General Steam Company'sShip of up A Hunt, O'y. Q.". M'r.jGeo'I, On !h..Jhb11*. H43. ,
flepeajAssocialionof) Philadelphia' Malta and windows large plate glass.
Marseilles considerably
via Folkestone. -
,
)( ItILL t.aJL.A Y 4. tI
roubles funded J.l
at 263,634381 debt, and 295.770.
: of,giving Robert;> Tyler a public dinner, by j ji I{ 310 roubles Treasury Notes. abridges the time in this popular journey (rum Canada.Utlructed by the rich di*f lay within As't. Q'r. M y,. O&c: ,... ..1 ... .
fQ1Df offset to the his i therefore hoped that the thousands the store, aud not ,noticing the d' or way. St. Amu"tine E.F Sepi'r. Id ISH C
Brougham speech. i The National debt of the Netherlands, in Oc: II
recommenced there, walked directly and tkrwgk the pi tie glaresWALXISO .: '
up .
I who constantly to
M
arc go a
I Jnber.; t3.w, amounted to 800,000,000 German "T-
: i! A correspondent of Commercial asserts "that will avail themselves of the advantages thus. window : shivering tho glass into a housand INOTICE, ,
dollars each of its inhabitants
8260 to ,
I I or being and fragments but escaping himself withoOo ut injury. HEREBY iVP.tf, That TWO UOTTBa af
Senator Niles is i insane offered, proceed at once.
but tbat Mr. IS
Bri&bam, the that be found
aratM can
greatest among .
; .
SPF.EDT TRIP.-A gentleman at one of the: learning that the amount of daarajty I8Jf- r dale thi.mibcnbr a a.fniinistr f the r J-
II, jut the Uti$Lunatic Asyfum will speedily cure I.debt-in.currin nations. m WesuEnd Clubs was sent to Coventry the other. Golllrr'i tbe stranger represented hiouelt as aamount ta'e of ANN Gf.rtEK.rlieew.t:| will, pie'ent IIi- ,e-.

Mm.i I Tbe debt of Belgium. in 1840.,was rated at day in less than five minutes. .'poor man quite unable to make goud th Ci'IUtltOthe Jodle'M the ':;< .iniy* --'It.ra': .
1 120,000,000.German dollars, anc bids fair to be The invention of the screw ns applied 'to but ofl.-red the Messrs.; Bell five dollar: and bill and notic.i. 'h.rebv f.arlhlrIYPo. shut -IX ..
M. Rondout vastly increased. MONTHS after dajej wilfScpl* fi. 'Ji""r b.Mh.'n
Henry Rctneyn the The
.. correspondent ship has been claimed by n large number 01 r overcoat as compensation for tbe ()'js. .
: The total debt of Spain, in October 1841, aaasiiia.Intiir.raViur[; i'ch alt persnu iuterestrl
I, of Use who created all the fuss declined but the ccepted,
Express pursers in tho navy, who affirm that they were! overcoat was:: money will pleasefo tal>. not aN, '.
of which
F ab uttheythowFeverhas; prosecuted the edilorsof was about 8775,000,000 a large amount perfectly acquainted with the principles long! and added iti 817 collected among"th : Messrs, JOUNLlJTTPIIlLLlPS.Admm'k. 'we
is due to the'English the interest has not
though ,
I, t .the Journal of--Commerce"trespass"I before it was brought into use. A society has J Bdl 1 8 neighbors, ,in some measure r paid.the ,Ju.tr ,
t.t beenpaidforalongtime.- beeu formed to take tbe matter into consideration : los* which the countryman's careless1:i ess occa-- *
'V .
Ir I I .-.wesupposeindistingbi3upotts.. _, ... The whole debt of Portugal uf 'estimated. at and Mr.. Hume is appointedChairman, ; sioned.-Albany Evening.Journal. NoticeS
'
--' l' P 143.50O090 GerTOandol,*;--vCJtt front his Intimate knowledge of putting or t t!> ., S ..rehj iTen That TWO MONTHS fr >>",,"
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I I I
.. -:- e'w *"*"* **,f% **>MBfgEtft V*W5 U1M> ,ho-f te debt of Denmark, i in'1839,.'amounted screw generally. c. 81 Tat RomcHiLBs.. urious faclthe pears in the nb cii'.*r-a< AdminUtraroir be IM Estate o1'.

; fef the Clerk in thb D'istrict.i Court/in Bankrupt.cj -tJ:194,82V)30rix dollar bis ..lhe Honorable! Jud of tW I
't accoonu ComttfGout
|
French publication. "
,
cases hate amounted 16 ,fifty thousand dot Sweden and Norway have k debt, of about offers to the proprietors of 'Covent Cordon MThe widowed mother of the wealt bankers (adjustment: ami n.,tlC8' M, hereby faitt'Wiven.

; .. Jars, and those of;,the assign, Mr. Waddell,' to $2. 00,000 each. I Theatre for the purchase of all be in the | Rothschild, while her sons inhnbi palaces ;; that rfIX MONTHS afterdtr1 *lU.pptyfoP

cue hundred thousand; while the Courier has The aggregate debt of, the. different German event also of said the stage be being fine taken collection to pieces.ot Thereis British in'': London Paris Vienna, Naples, an Frankfort a final di intereqteA enid Admir t f.trator.1 which.

; weired over twenty thousand for,adYeI tisemen re.1 :States, b estimated at 650,000,000 ot German moths in to the a wardrobe very especially amongst ,still resides in the small hnu<*e in hejewfshvhich "11 persons JOHN &I.will"FUNTANE.ple s.> Intake Administrator.notir .
1.
.
I dollars. of rankfort tbe 3lainin her .
quarter (on Jane '!' -
the'Shakes rian dresses. 26 ,
: ODD P aXiawJScRooL.--Tbe, Odd 'Fellows att! The debts of other nations are carefully giv. \ husband lived aud died., Upon .his < eaih; she '

aI ,en, but we have uot room formore to-day. declared that she 'would leave for the tomb the DOCT
PATTE
: Wilmington. (N. C.) design establishing : TAI !
; PLANETS &c.
PAiL San 15(4 tntf.i \ the moddest dwelling that had served to cadle .0
iJcboolontn extensive plan. It is Ibo purpose \ writer, in the Courier Des Etats Unis says, hb name, this fortune, and these c ildren.'- Dentist.S :

I of the projectors I "says the CboJric ,"tIsa t i< Who eon Will t1 .-A correspondent of the that twenty two planetary orbs are 'visible at The' house is so remarkable toi neaaj o&a that AY Hotel.be found Ht.at Augustine all hours,,at Sept Mr.16.Hedricks 13J3WG. -'

i .. a. ,be Scb
f host approved !methods or Instruction andI I i iu the papers of great men being praised for These are Mars. Juno. Jupiter, Saturn and Ve* a and trait of the of Hebrews the wives a,of' old the as Pat the larch ii Section for .Il lft'fll. ...
respect removed
;: jiha pi ice of tuition b fixed at so low a rate that their great deeds,&c., I think I have a right to flu, with their respective statellite&;, They may their lords. .,WHARTON, Saddler, has by

V !. the benelts reay; be within the reach of all.- !f f'itell what I done. First-I was fire yesisa3eamster be seen about eight o'clock in the evening, in :iA French dentist, failing, aft r several Mr. F. Cercoply shop ?to(adjoining the one recetitlyoccupk'd; that formerly

.: The object .ed .t b to make the School equal ; three years constable, ; nine years the southern sky, near what are called the five trials, to extract a lady's tooth, acco inted for itb'y pied by,Mr. W. Maclean asa' Grocery store.)

j #n erery respect Lo'any' 10:the country." I Justice of the peace; seventeen summers,'! was zodiacal constellations.' saying: that"nothing bad could c me out- c sept. 16. f _
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lime burner ; nineteen winters, I taught school her mouth. Notice. .

I TbjB Boston,Daily Advcrtiu* coataios a state. twenty seven years a commissioned officer The Prores of Countcrfeiting. Tbo Cincinnati Joseph c.Ncalthe editor of the Pennsylvanian HEREBY GIVEN. That TWO MONT "

jaent of the quantity rain urhich fell in that i i.c't1.da'J I from Lieutenant to Unjor;thirteen year, I was Sun says-"We have heard it asserted thata has been nominated by the Democrats of I IS date tbe snbscriber aorvivinfaoftlie d' ':'

: g.tbe: rnonth of August last. It ap.pearstbat |'Lock-tender on the Lehigb Canal Lock No. 46 i; process of counterfeiting bills has been discovered the first Congressional district of Pennsylvania n Estate of PABLO ti ABATE.-.wiU prt sl

it rained in all S3 ,hours, aad in that as their candidate for Congres. his accounts to fhe H.n. 'Jadga oftlM CoaajTCourt
and I father sixteen cbildren in Ibis
am mt'ly the which
city! by daguerreotype, for aijutm) ; and Nottoa is berabj fartV
-
S timeseyeu ches and seventy.seven hundredth I ten sons and six daughters, ; and tne best of my will become a subjectjor legislation the tOO It lIiALE' I er ivi-n.that SIX \UOflTH aflaidaisi tIriIJ-.r'

', jof water fell on a !leveL 11 I[story is. that I have quit drJakicgttquor; i was whole country will be flooded with notes that THREE City LOU. upon awe is :4 substantial, I ply (or a final dismissal' said AdnaiaxstnSar
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dwelling out. dui;s tbe whol" kav.partkjotara ,hicJa a1 person"intacMtad will plsueSOt11
'.;!830/300 wereicootribuled .England!. to 49,, born.. 1789; my name b Hope. and I have faith' cannot be detected! so perfectly are they drawn. Oraq.; Trt..B:for beating. For enqoira I tic.. 'ANTONIOALVAaEZ48w'iM'jniie26.

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.. !.. +urrider'the,Flanda-mrT:>;?Occupation r' Act..of.the nitre..of! -' .Da:a.of Permit: !t.. T _'.f .tf. 4jrphcattt. Qure tectk. Taort&r; Ba,.. FOR IB THE Ike DISTRICTOFEASTFLORIDA.Superior Court -

ust 11342/to whom PEUiliT'S ,fazrc been, .granted on SX'iimCC IN.BANKRUPTCY.: !i..

;: :A.tt .. r:4I lilt' July Jubn Senders::": North Wilit 3 ten a wanly three' In the mailer, cf SAMUEL_ H., WILLIAMS, a > S Y

, t ptDrids. 644 : IJI" July Henr) F..IIt'nwider, youth: East E thirteen wanly one 8 Bankrupt L ;

,, isiscrrby Kirin to the claw ot Applicant* *b"v" mentioned! wha are dPaig..4d the f'"rJM.: taI: 1fi. 'tny' \Ju.eph F Pravatt North Welt ten I wentl two a to an order of the Superior Court ;

Uitthat, the period of Use Vr.An" ai'iiwud' by ih,; nilct i for' proving the f\\ctthit the u S rlllr.! .t.5;:: I 11r. ..Iy lItDn..J E nwillev- North East thirteen I weal' one e PURSUANT ,'of East Florida, Notiu is hereby .

td ;yea jimwne.d. .udlhe. nirticuLir ,Quarter SWtioii u>>n wh'n-h' its i+ located'rkceia4er will expire on the! 6,;9 +; 14th l illy John Carroll. North West 24 ten I twenty two.. given that the bearing of the Petition of laid ,WU- ...:..

tflt.. ", 1:43. that being one year from the. day on which'tne Register at II Receiver of thin truce 14ifs my Wslry Black, Nod Weft 6 thirteen wenty one a llama for hit discharge aid certificate will take place .

1 or'pir-4 to act sin ter.th* Law. .' 661 l 14 jutl ohnhtrll. South W.6 Ibirt"ID wentyonee on Monday, the 13th day or November next, at 10 -

was 4"are therefore hereby rqnestcd to file with the Regi-: .ir and Receiver at NeW ansvrlle! Florida on 671) l'lhJItIY Jobli Ihcitdp oo'h Welt IJ thirteens trvsntytwoe67ti o'clock'A. M., and that all persons interested may
If"
; .head. data 'tti-r..r.Nrv proof pnranantto the requirements of law above me itioned. J51h jr'l' 3monson E Zipperere.jr. North West 34 eleven s fifteen show cause, if any they have, ,before said Court at ...

,, ., n ell pronfihot'dt'* the Appli:ants *'on atfidavitcornb..rsted by the testimony of two or more diititertPdsndcbmpP'entwitne 677 15th J'rl, John M Zip erere. ''jr. North Wa" S twelve I fifteen.67d that time, at the ourt Room in the City of St. Augustine .
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: s." Which: proof should give 'all the particular* as'itommeiieemi to the settlement- 151h jlliy Thomas J Zipperere, North Fast eleven fifteen.i79 why the said Samuel H. Williams shouldnot "

t-: description of the particular' Quarter Section on whicl! ills I mad-, ( lrlh July oieph E Zipperere, south Welt 3 twelve I fifteen receive his discharge and certificate, as a Bank C
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w "'tJi"WiUINt, the proof rnauired in the foregoing tiled on or before the date? epecitied, the Applicants willt 1t.1!! 151h JI1I, John M Zippe sere,Itnr. North East 8 twelve a fifteen eGI \ -I d

d'tilllllrilhl.ltta'e.anli.rJ.nJ tolmd nndflr '!taPenuitsdp .. I 15ttituly Wi'lil\'n.IHart.' suulhEast 24 ten a neeD rupt.And notict is hereby further given, that, General "

Il Andrews, outJat twelve I fifteens ,.. this t
6., t 511.July"+ William Josxrff M. HEBIUVDKZ has been appointed. by
Gd3 Frslld.V \V Uurrl'Dce, South West 34 eleven a fifteen.6t6 Honorable Court AUIORKK: of the ,estate of the said
D.tegf Permit. Name of .Jpplica.1 Qiartcr; Sutio.\\ Tuwa.ki[ :..,'. : J51i1julv 15tlr pity I "zeahnrn J Standt", North East thirteen,a, witty etin' Samuel II. Williams and that said Joseph '&1. Her-

: -. 15th july Alfred "In, orth Est 2 thirteen I .eDt' efiil nandez resides in the city of St. Augustine, in, Ealt." f

Frderndck Miller. 8uutr Wn..t 21:IThtrieen 4ult: Twp.lJY! JaH. j If>thJu1y thZllbelb Haan, south West 1 thirteen twentl ati9t Florida,and that letters for him (post paid) should b. _. I t,
f9ib Decem' obir 1 South Welt 11 eleven two e .
3 Daniel Hogans. I twenty directed to him at that place
/ 151bjuIY
'J6 let D.tember, William Turner South East I" Thlrt..ell s i I tweutJ two etd.ward 691 I J61h ull' Willi.m J Turner, South West 24 thirteen twenty three e Dated at St. AngnsUne.. F.21st August 1843. .
Ist December :: DenUllon. South rallt 'rwel\'e, I iwrntY oDe e North East J thirteen two 8 Clerk.
? ly I' ti93 17th1,sly Robert Uni.. I twenty Attest, GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS,
''19 td Rtpember Ihnle' WiI.on. North Wet-t 34i l IElevell'I'weke twent.o'ie tweet e 696 17th Jilly Henry A Wtckwiae, 31 tea a w twenty three e By JESSE A. BRUSH, Deputy Clerk. .

l7 Oecesnbera ohnl+allagher, South Welt twenty 709 18tbJul Joh& II heck, South East ..2teo I twenty two 8 Arigun 21 _
Ito"December uhn Christ t'heronle. South East! 26Twel\'e, s nineteen ej 116 19lh Martha O..mpeer, E i or N. W. 1 eleven twenty twus

''sl I+t Duember Allen DiSOa Doallua, South,We.t 35''Twelve Twelve's a nineteen 8 116 J9thJul july ly James Chiam North Jut:: 29 twelra a twenty e Notice.WILL .

1 Ise D.crmber amen Cro.by. South West twenty 8 717 19thjul Onid Mizell South W.lt 29 ten I went, two. he sold at public sale at the following

fat Deexmba. lanes Garner South Eat 2i: Twelve a' twenty ef 7U 19th pity Jam" inbnson South bleat 23 twelve I twentl. abandoned military posts, at the time -

January olin D. Yoao"' South West East 29 27 Twelve Twelu.' twenty twenty is eJaaaary 710 19th/alt Dennis AI Patrick, North East 26 twelve twenty 81l'l ated.jall the public building! and improvements at -
W North
"M George Prie.t.I .tit. 25 Twelve nineteen"e : 20th Jaly Charl.a Sweet, South Wait 7 thirteen' twenty ones .acta,without regard to'the, claims,.if any. of individuate ,

.tt.ry" William' rllU.a&.loaIIaP&Mb p. ileaban it!: ..730 22d !nl.!L.- Michael Se .r doath .West. i thirteen twenty a .... to the.laltrtdaa. which they stand:-the.uori ,: ,r ,..._
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.' .,!!,'"Twt e+. 'Pr eaC' uth""Elit' .. n ueteea.J..a" n--: 1":' '- .p IIftll'lFlr.v..__..,, .r- ""- elie .'". .. -. '' .. ?"" """ -:- :"- """' 1"'J JlI.r 11..1....;"'........ ",__.....IoNSepteauber'nel& ,-
South 2
J West
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+Dti h Crawford North West 331 Twelve' a awe nty e 745 2'ld lul, Daniel Lynn, &fieen : p FenvBltck"Creek. .; "on ..
gee Iwelr. e '
746' oho Cheu.r, South Eu& 2 I month.

4 laaaarl manuel prawford. Soulh 80mh Welt JI": 33 2 Twelve Thirteen,s, twenty nineteen 8luuarl 741 22d1u1y 22d July William Scott North East thirteen a', twenty three At Fort Fanning, E. F.,on the 25th .of September -
o.iab 8eekifller. : Thomas South Eat I thirteen I twenty three .
r 748 Wim.m 0 next month. i. .
Twelve 22dlnty -
Eat 35 \a e
South
kluDar Benjamin CrewI twenty J Connell North West 1 thirteen I twenty two E. F. the 27th of I
,J 45 South Eallf 26 Thirteen .1) eighties eH 160 2-2rl July ame's At Fort Wacamsw, on Sejrtember .
imun Wilon. .
t" January South West 24 twelve e twenty e
: 7M 22d Georl'HoulI'oo month.
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Twelve
!b 1aalIarf BcrnardShetfnLton, II twenfl' Burrel ... south.Eut 21 thirteen twenty one a the 29th of 1.n.st .
;!., East 4 Thirteen i er i52 ijdJaly Taylor At Fort Wheelock, E. F. on September .
North twenty "
II JIDuar7 0 uhn Dyeaa. 'ZM 241hjw1 William H Cohen, North East 34 eleven I twenty three a month. .,, i
.I& 21 Twelve I twentr e "
::: DabJanusry William Mills. I 33 Twelve I I ei 'ZS6 24lb July Curtis Carrot, North East 28 thirteen twenty one a At Cedar Keys, E. F-on the 26th cf Septemqtr 4,
twenty
i".1 Uth.lanUarl' Henryo\aew. I 751 24lLJII11 Richard D Prine, North wt 2: thirteen I twenty one a next month. I r ,,
outh East I1 a nineteen at
'l. Ctb Jstary' J.lUei D Jones, thirteen! I Snath East thirteen I twenty one a will take
I South West 14 thirteen i twenty twos 'Z5t5 2"lh july Allen Roddenberr1 The sale*,except that ot Cedar Keys :
16thisuury amesTuruer, e WIUiawJ Dn.n North Welt 33 thirteen twenty one etwenty J. M Hill asst.
,, r0 Turne. South West 2t thirteen I twenty two eyr 75Y 24th4uly ; place under the direction captain ,
> 16tIa I.na.ry George North East 2 Eleven !I twenty two e 160 24th my BraL'oli Branch, South We.t 3U thirteen I cue e I Quarter M aster. United S tats Army at'd at CedarKeya '

j ::71, J6d Ilual"V lh.m Daniels, South Eall!' 2 Eleven s twenty tw.. 771 24th only William \V Scott, North Ent I" thirteen twenty two atwenty under.the direction nf Lieut. J. G. Bellliank or
Ukb Janll.ry Waley D..uIII.. 4th ewe E Tbmae, North East I thirteen three e other officerof; the
,
74 Sooth East 16 thirtten c twenty twa e 77l July some.
James Plle'-
''l8Ib January 773 24thJ'I11. Nicholas Thomas, South .East 2'7 twelve I wenty two e army.TIl O. F. HUNT. t
i1 South 1'. .tJ5 Ten I twenty two e 1
>! ;'I "Qd J' Ut, Samuel EiCle, North West 3G Ten a twos 174 24lb July ames M Dickinson, North Feat tbirteen.Velll1 one aLwenty I Lt. CnL and Uept'y. Q. M. Gen !

! "' 11.1134 latnoy ,Elizabeth Ibbkirk, North East 31 Ten a twenty three.s 1'15 1241h July Samuel Snider, North West 2"l tbir..n I one e Depnty Q. M. Genl's office. ) .
: tiedJ+uarr I. James Lon&, Iwelltt' Marthsltltidanght, North West thirteen I twenty.7dt e 9. J1'l4t.'' :
)& C "owren South West 3a thirteen a twent! e1M' 1tU 2'aihluly St. Augustine August j
YTtbJsioaty times 25th July William Connell North East 2 thirteen I twenty two a '

1I'wItI.q..r: C"ruelia. Barber, North West East }3lJ I eleven thirteen a I twenty ODe two.8I 7& 25tb Jill,. amen T Council, North West thirteen a lw "tylwo a Notice.THE '
North twenty
, 1M gtlth January \yarren lIean, outh East 24 ten s twenty two e 1tjt 25th July A II Foster North East thirteen a i wenty ro a UNITED STATES Steam Boats COLO
F.bmarl Councel 1 tokei, North Weal 21 I thirteen ,wanly e
JgJ 1st South East 2 thirteen I twenty 8 bOl ,,2.thJIII Clatus Sberoue, HARNEY and GENERAL TAYLOR.no .
\ Match James Tison, Israel Sherouse North Elilt 21 thin. en a twenty I e
South West 10 thirteen I 8t 803 25th July longer required for military operations in Florida, .
twenty
: Ill[ 3d M..ch William Curr)'. lear. South West 22 thirteen a twenty 81m 8U9 26th July lima J Hillinbouom. South Welt 21 twelve a twenty two 8 are offered for tale, bids, therefore w ill be received '

t 'J" Maida' lessee D. Dykes" South East 2 thirteen! I twenty eiii 81.2 26thluly Jam a R U.II, North West J1 thirteen wenty! by "Captain J. M. Hill. Asst. Jr.. Mr. St. An us-

March lawn Uliach South,West 3'l thirteen twent, tHI 26tt.tuly Andrew McClellan North Welt J!) thirteen twenty a tine. !;. F., to be endorsed hid for Steam Boat Col. 1

) iareb George J Curry, North 14 thirteen I 8 HIt 26th1vly John 0 IJ'., South West 9 thirteen twenty e Harney,"or" Gen. Taylor," as the care may beun- 3
East twenty
1i- March: Willialll Sawll.Curry jr, North.West twelve' i nineteen 8c tn9 ,26thJllly Thomas W Sweet, South [alt, 'I I Ibirteln Iweu'l[ e tit the 27th of Sept,, (next noth..) at wl.ich time they .:

:, '':JDSlit North George North Eat. td thirteen a twenty 8', fl'll 261hJuly obo Fitman North East 6 eleven. twenty two a will be opened and submitted to the Comma tiding :

c- JtT 3d ldstrh George.Trion South bleat : thirtcbo s nineteeni i Bt'l 26h July amen U Filmaa North Welt 8 eleven a twenl11w08ttl3 General of the 9tb Military Dept., for hf decision ..*

tI,: let b March Daniel 'rrell, south Welt J thirteon nineteen 8 2bth July James Davis, North Welt thirteen I twenty a to whether either|:of the Boat should bf!'od.!! Did

U* b March ettjamill Graitbem huh: lti r eat II eleven I tweuty two e 830 26 b July Harrison Cronk, North West 10 thirteen I twenty ajiwenty d<>rs would Ihereo.re.'do well to be liberal in their
Johll G .
'. 10tbMuciNarcbh Dampur William Iltblll, ICo. Sooth Vest 30 twtlve a one e excellent order
in '
1M North N eat 11 eleven a twenty 1"0. 8$1'; 261h July offersecpecially{ aa Loth boats are \
;;' I"t8I 10th amen Berill. 30 ten twenty! three e 633 27th jut, Charles Roach North Welt J7 thirteen ,twenty one a and condition, cnppeied. and in every respect fitted
13tbM..b. M ftall .a .\U.tUI E M07ea. North East 19 twelves twenty one e boats
; m rr. 30 len a tWltllly Iblee 8 8:34: 7tbj.flll for immediatenervice. They are a good sea
t' 278' J3Lh March \ti U.II, South Est 30 twelve s t.ellty ine II 835 27th Jul, Solomon Godwin. SoUI s Eh" 21 twelve ,twenty ones as any others in the southern waters, if not better-', '

,\ JEkh Marcia a.leatd lIuwardl North Edt :It1 twel'8' twenty one e ts36 lhJldl Willie Chamberlain, South Welt 24 tau I twenty two e They will in a short time,be II t Savannah to bt laid e '
.1 .le1lb.rC'b Wilham II blears, Lancaster, North Eat 1 eleven c ,fifteen a and examined. Th
t93
837 27lb juh Henry be seen
outb %Vest 24 twelves eighteen e up, where they may
I'( ,21th March Enoch:: HoUinl.worth, Thomas \\'.eb, North Ea.t 33 ten I sixteen e its 775 Leodocitu 1\1 Neal North.Weat 3': thirteen a twenty one e i 38 27lh Jull terms of sale are cash-in specie or equiva'f'nt.'rHCF.
3d South Fart 20 twelve I twenty
:31 Apfil. t41! 27th July Mhua Miller, *
: North West 't8 twelve a two e
. Bib .'pil oloanon Moody I twenty Mills North Mast: '27 twelve I twenty GaD,
: :sa- outhIWe.t I twelve a fourteen 0, M2 27thjuly Benjamin Lieot.Col. and D pt. Qr. Mr. !
., "I., i Ulb April .\braham Knight North tVest 91ten a fifteen C 84d 27th fitly WiUi.m P Brooker \North Ealt 3'l ten a twenty afifteen Dept. Qr. Mr. Genl's Office, ( .

328 J&th..ADrii- --.. olan Bauer, I 855 2R'h, John Townsend, South West JO twelve I atwenty 17, 1843.Regimental. S
North Fast 8 tea a fifteen 8 July St. Augustine,Aug.
john C ,
15th"April15ui | Hope IndtifF North East 11 thirteen I a
857 28th ill OIICIUUBB
:.- '350S36 April (Janiet 7 order. !North West 22 r, thirteen lwei.. a twenly ei 0' bOO 28 bli, (James 8 Harvey,* x North West i7 twelve n. \twenty '",oe Orders I I ,.

"wSC' 17ih April William W Johnson.Absolem twelve Iwenty Slit I 28lhJnl7 |John S Parrinb. North West 2:) 'en a fifteen 8 ST. AiTGU.TINE, 30th August, 1'* 3. !
East 26
South a 8 '
1 Ij S6 17th April W Joiner, I twentr 863 29thuly L.ewi.O..iel.. Sonll EAllt J ,welve. Itwenty.lbree e Officer commanding the hi and 2d Bit'a- % -
uuth East Ihir'eta a "iglllcseo
,;JtiS 17th April Simpton Johnson, North Welt 2 twelra a tweutr e 81144: 29rhJol SaauelHstdsvu, South Welt 6 rrrel.e: tweity three e8b1 THE 'of the'12ih Itegiment of Florida Militia ,

.". "i April i1tJlhtann North Welt twe\w. a fif'.een e1st 291b jnly Unhn Severy, South Welt thirteen I. Iwen\18 will take the necessary steps to have their tomtuanda
, Ja 2'24 i April 'Zaehana Davit, West 2t, ten a twentr three 8 te19'u9thtuly y:me.TBeriH.William ? oI1trW.., 1' 111""Ieetls 4 nioetaelf8 organic!iw u a -wuh.lbaJVclaofvthe Territo-- .

41 _, Mef !Robin Corbatt, \nrth.oalb tAil 991 29 ten a' twenty three 8 872 29th jut, D Branch, North West 7 thineen. twehty one et73 ry,and incoinpliarce with the orders 'of BrigidTerGeneral

1st May John Davis, 271 thirteen two e 29th Jul y Simeon Harvey, North F.-.t 28 twelve a twenty two Joaxrs M. HKRI*NDCX, commaediiifr tba
Bib Richard M Radcliffe Noah East twenty North East 27 twelve twenty two 8 tu.tbe inspection of the
404 May urlh Weal JO thirteen a twenty two 8 874 thJull (John C Mink, Eastern District of Florida, .
: j .407 8h May tieorce F Grayer North Wellt 23 I I4f3 thirteen a twos 875 3lstluty Stephen Dampeer, E I S. w. 36 ten s twenty two et86 Inspector General. They will direct the Captains 1

8th Ma/ Ann ilanf haui, North East thirteen a twenty IWO 3ht my John Cury, youth West 2. ,twelve nlllfleen 8 Companies to have' every man subject to perform 511litiadnty -
: twenty 1
,,409 8th Mit Sigmunt Zadtantyeck, e 87 Stephen Faran. south Well .l9 thirteens It< Wed 12' "Ienn. twenty two e 3laqdy '
419: 10th May James M Kingley, urlb 31 a Ibree 8 311t Juty James McNabb" North East 10 ten s twenty three 8 on parade at id A' M.on the GtA day of Nnem-

414 luih Ma/ ..., Alderman Carlloii, Yarth \;Vest \ten tbirleen tweet1 8 Dui 3d Auult. Alfred IJ. Jones, Mouth Esat, 29 thirteen twenty one 8 "", ant anal have then and there two Muster Bol'j. .

. 416 12thMa'May. / IsnacJohnft, __ \ iOlathVellt 6 61 thirteen II twentJynne one V 9J 3d August, Benjamin Moody. nuth Welt 26. twelve s twenty two 8Q..JR oue for the Inspector General, and one, for the AdJotaut' '
Jutenh Itarey. IWVII.J North East 1 tbirtp.ttl'weOI' 8 .
.
417 North Eart 12; el.twlO{ I tweet ry twoetwenty ...... 4th'Aoguat .Daniel McCaffrey, office.
421 J30) May 7 Cone". three By order of Josxra S. b'ncaxz, Colonel Com'cI ,
eleven e
r"d 423 |3th May I-.t. y Alderman, 'orlh East 61 thirteen a. weuty onestoirteeo JOHN PARSONS, Receiver. SAMUEL RUSSELL_ Register. Jllb! ReC'I, F. MJ '

: m 13th Mar Maoney. 71 I JNO. LOTT PHILLIPS, CapUtpdAdj't.Sept. t
1.c, ,1\Jb: May Jsrub AhtiDey, \out" West8i, s twiiy one e NOTE.-The particulars to the Settlements should be the time when cultivation was Com.menced .4. .
Vorth.Vest eleven ,S twentllbtee e '
. 13th May William II Brooks 4i Acres in .Cultivation-the kind of tenement
449 cultivated-number of
t.? V orh Wet 10 twelve i ftccn a the kind of Crop riotice. i
' 15hMay15th: EunchDaniela between:: Adults and Children '
.431 May sties G Jani.I, Vorth East? )01 twelve a fifteen e Erected-number! of persons composine the family-discriminating 14. undersigned intending to remove to the .

4X14S4. 15da Mar lerpe Knii&ht. North Welt 19 twelve' I irtcen I e -males and females-white: aud c-Iored. fiugUst THE offers for sale that very desirable ,

ullth West 17i twelve I ifieen e -- the "White Oyster.Shell :
JSthMay16tB thnu.elllIight i plantation known as
as 458 May UleIKlli"'t,; cllthF.lltt J21lwelwo'l fourtuen ifieen: Notice- to applicants under the Florida> Armed Occupation act of the Bank." Situated on the North River, nine t,

h 'S 487 ,1f th May Hetamen Lane .forth East 9 9, twelvetwelve sa fifteen e e 4th 1842toichom PERMITS were p,aantedror settlement on' miles oorth of St. Augustine, containing one

; I' 1bt1i May Ahlh1'w'EJaaea! 6t, twelve I fifteen a August I hundred and sixty acres, about 50 acres clear- ".

; 439>> 15th.May15th lIorh Collins, Soutb Eut 1: tweiv8. fifteen e Lands ZO ItCh were NOT' SURVEYED at the dates of such Permits. ed nnd in cultivation and 100 acres of excel. 1
1UI
'440 MV '.. Wiliam \V tlepheDI, of above mentioned that the Plats of the': It'is the most ,
Jouth East 171 twelve I fifteen e is hereby given to the class Applicants lent wood land. beyond question -
,e .44I 15th May ane Knight 8 South East 3t'i twelve s tweuty e I N'01'ICE described Townships have been duly certiefid, and returned by the Surveyor !,desirable location on the River, being adv 'nta- t
ISthMavttth'Maj Iollu
;' 442 Noyeakk; Iele. NANSVILLE, E. F.. and that the period of ()sYEAR" for the tree .
. I. Daniel Chnv.r tort b Ellt ,33 : tweuty one e General to the District Land Office at NEW geousty situated, raising orange

! t rt 4464ftO CSI) 16th 31 a/ to ,ftephra C'P"artP "oulh Eat 1\\ thirteen! a nineteen c allowed by the said Act fur proving the "fact that the settlement has been commenced i with excellent, planting land,-also, a."l large ;
; S"rth East thirt.en a linetecu will the dates opposite-tbe .
which it is located expire Oak Wood couvenienUyto
,
Ii .."t 18Ih.M"r G ranville Brvitl lIelir. nnd the particular quarter section upon 11 I quantity Superior
' i I"+ .C\! Irtih Mar: Clail.." ..8enll. rthrrth Edt 12 thirteen I nineteen e Townships described in the annexed List. Those applicants, therefore, whose settlements are I water Navigation. .

_ .465, 19th play: Garr"lt V.IIIZlln'", .,orth Ellllt 301 I twelve s twenty two e I within of those Townships r are requested to file with the Register and Receiver at NEWMANS- The place has now on it two framed buildings ;

}:4R8 19th May Cnwford P.mlb, mth\urlh East We.t 2J 2,11:tw..h'fI twelve I s twenty twentv.two two e e VILL, Florida tiny on or before the said dates., satisfactory proof pursuant to the requirement of law I one nearly new; 18,by 20 feetr-alao. about 100 '
19th Maf WihiAIR !''rick. i L t1 .Fig;Peach
t.87 'o'lthV..sl 2Ulwt'lve. efiliem mentioned. bearing Orangej trees, besides-th }
I\vPlltytwo above
I ".eM 19th May ul1I; Cannon. V',rlb Wed II;, twelve a e SUCR proof should be the Applicant's own affidavit, cor borated by the testimony of two or and other fruIt*1reee.! The Ofange Insect bay N N.

\ 1f1Nsl, Jr.rph WAters.tVat.'rs,, 3unth We..t l'twelvt' I riftcne more disinterested competent witnesses ; which proof should state alilhe I particulars as to the never: made its appearance on the place.: .. !
H..brilll '
481 2.1 IU; May MH22d atliail J..bnllOn, I .t"uth1 'I.t 36 thr1f"11 a I .iJhl..en e settlement, and give the deli nation of the particular quarter section on,which it made. ,** [ I will also,.Itt QJ, Leese or 8eU the, place' on ,,
\.c
% I
1, May/' V..I..nUII8 blaunry, Nuttu l/IIIt:: 6, thirteen 1.1 [twenty HIP e UNLESS the proof required in the foregoing is filed on or before,the dates specified, the Applicants whlcn I DOW reside known as A'Jlentaa, most ,
,tied 1 I
t; ".' 7: ..I..,ell It.. Wentv three eMay Land under their Permit. 'desirable residence : "
, -f' 491, ,23.141.r ..2..I.-. ... ti Prrvatt, ;' I will forfeit all right, title, and claim to :healthy and seperated-trom
. ; (92 d Eli.1111 K 1'revalt, I 7.If'\'l'n. 'I"ellt\-, three tt c ..- -- tDlii1 tlte Settlement mils itba' I !the city by the St. Sebastian River. It has a
3..i ,, Date or be f ors flroo ifTotnuhip. I
North Ea&t e' on
Llwelv en e houses
Bleach iuuiei I all out ,
i t. 493 f4th May An aud.)1 : &claon Ikeribttl. I dwelling house and necessary '
. 6,twelve a IIXluti and IU particula Quarts
o.rLh.welt e fttld
Ran8a.
,I '. 24th .Ha/ Juupb i Gill.Jolin .. three with about 40 acres of cleared land, anda large sand
6 .1.en e 17"
I twenty '
t 115 25th May A Omi' !n a excellent Plum Grove. Thebpenland has i

: -LII\ I.tblit! r EmaluelIlM.ltin.S. utht East'art l3 thittern! p a ;Iwtllty twenty two\'NO 8 8' Twelve Thirteen June ,,29lh, 1844. not beefs cultivated for four. yesrenclosed

. '. 61'9.' t5th May thddu"dber. South c..t 23thirtPan, 611el'II 8 Thirteen Thirteen JUDe 291b: 1844"ourteen with a good fence. ,
29th May John J. Zippome.la ( June 29tb 18<<. ?
, 623 Nc.rlh East nltw"'e.. .. 1p.lzhtfOen tTbhtee Toe above property will.be'adasposedod'.on
I. ItS. 38th h1' ..ton II Johnson, 18<<
June 29Jh, .
Nqtn 2 Gsnrtrrne eighteen 8 Thirteen terms all information in respeel -
'. \\.6. 31st Mar Vinsot Johnnon. e"sl. Fifteen accommodating -'
North West fuurtren.' 8 Fourteen June 29tb, 1844. to W. A. .
.- 21 I i8htren Twelve i to it, caaTjer ha4 oft application .
, J ** ";,31.'I..a.r. M Kiudr6d..B/.n'Q 4 o"tlrE..t .t9 thirteen a nneteen 8 ... Fourteen .., JUDe 29th, 1844. ; SU tine to tboTubscrinuary. ;
lllt'.i' ilsaae Have r : Thirteen Forward Esqr., Augot or : .
, Q8 ..
South West !!Z, thirteen a' verity two e .jI :. JUDO .18<<. .'. l
,20th :
; ;.
Fifteen. ta.aentio '
) 1\19 'let June, Teor/e W Hunter, Thirteen 5 t' r,"tt.MZeptrt'F iP lreAylet,.d.rJ..P ;
, }. t 1st June John V Barber doutlE0.r. Jl eleven. ivrottYttvoe3ll Twenty Eighteen po .. August"30th"1844. '... F. L.UANCY.: ) 'aug.281: 'W. ". .'. .
North taat I tweuty one e 30th 1844.Twent1 k
'
1 S33 5th Jane +Thomas StarraU, 23Ithtiieen I Twenty one Ditto Aug 8t -- I -II.. .
, North East 3I twelve a (teen 8t 30th 1844. Notice
IIflames UUII August I. '
< t let i6tbJthe: Peter Ditto "
\ .
two I
MIr 12th'Jo ne Cor'1ehu..J"bn.l South East 61 thirteen twentrane e5R Fifteenr Nineteen August 30th IS<<. HEREBY GIVEN to all whom it mal concern,

": 13th June Bark North East thirteen' I twenty one ei NlDeteen August 30th 1944. 18 that the Subscriber will'six weeds from the date r

,MO 17th Jua. ilicburd P Godwin, South East 23 ten a. twenty two 8 Sixteen Nineteen August 30Ib 1544.Eigheen thereof apply' to'the Judge of the Couftty Court of
Itt
US 19th June I Patrick McGee, Noah south East East 12 1 thirteen thirteen t I, twenty et59 8 Seventeen Nineteen August 30th 18<<. St. John's County, for letters.of ad.niD.trati! on, VkitL /
twenty (
. : 19ib JuneIJKWone- Harmaii Miner, 241 August 30th' 1844. the annexedon the estate of the late John Forbes, .
East thirteen I IWO 8M1. ,
North wen" N inCleen -
680 James N Prevktt. Nineteen deceased: V. BANCH EZ.
;
East 17 thirteen a two e 30th ,1844. ..
V oath tweetr Nineteen August
20th June- jjphn C Richard Twenty
,
oath West 17 thu&.ep I on8. 80th 1844. *
we'ltl August *
Richard
&R 20th June (Joseph R Fourteen Twenty. Notice.

" MS 22d Jute 'George Bri&bt. south East 29 twelve twelve I. nineteeneI Six teen Twenty August. 80tb 1844. HEREBY GIVEN to alL parsons interest- ,
r 66G 2-1elloae' Daniel 1 A HemeiiwaWiffumH /, twenty August 30th 1844I IS
\ South bleat thirteen twenty one 8 Fifltea Twenty eel. in the Estate of 10SEPESO' DE BUR
, 6(19 ,,26tb Ju.e- Redding, Receiver. SAM'i.. RUSSELL,' Register. GUS as creditois heirs legatees,and tbert. that the
, North West 28:thirteen I 10 I twenty one 8 JOHN PARSONS, ,
.m .26tbJune Joel W Redding, '
subscriber Administrator of said eitathas filed
29 eb7iZ as
North Jut thirteen a twenty one

.671 l&hJane2&hJan. .. Joseph John Brooks Taylor,, ottb West 29i thirteen a twenty ODe 8 NOTE.The particulars as to settlement should be :-th time when cultivation was commenced his account in the 'County Court of ,Su Joins County -'

South Eatt 31 thirteen I hrentytwo 8 of cultivated-number of acre in cultivation-the kind of tenement an Me 87 th JaM Arthur W Bell the kind
. 2 three 8 crop hU vouchers to the Judge of said Court for a final '
a and children
Pllth Vest teo i wentl discriminating between adults ,
J Paniah the family
lIt JltJ.I) Pyre cted number of composing ; ''
: North Wen ten.I. t"entltw08 erf persons 14 settlement of his said account and will atthe' same .
Aug.
.
BllfreIP5tok.
11& IrtJuly and females whiles and colored.
81 William Pennihgton, south East .) seventeen bteen 8 mttlts time apply for a. discharge from the a'djniujstratidn of
3 '
JalJ South West 1 thirteen weary two eeta' aid 8mte. G.N..PAPPY.:
118 lu Ephraim Guano,
.3d
three Admlu ,trator.
Beall.! South Est I thirteeo I wenly NOTICE. : .
'Jd
.IDly Henry
: t .:ec. 3d July Joseph.Mijtell, Norm Eut ,22 ten s went1 tWO 8 -For Sale I Persona>> hiving any demands !inst H.n"ONE ] 1 September. 4. a .

2144 34 JulyEihJal Daniel Gillett North W"I ten s wentl two e # fifth share of an undivided tract of fine 'ALL Isis oj CoItimbl.ouutl Deceased, an Charles MobiouTAVING

, ,, 6tIt .lal Ir John RManght, South Weft 36.. thirteen I twenty e D situate on the St.:John's l1 ,.r about 13 requested to'present them within the time prescribe been'duly qualified and commissionedanAUCTIONEEBforthe -

.. )/ Richard Ri aught, euth West thrrteeo I < I e .
v l18 &bJuly Wtlliam B Hart; Nortn East ten'thirteen.. I wepty tneteeD 8 more or le<.. know by the name ul Newcastle. A indebted to .said estate will'ptesse mike immediate St. Augustineoffers his 'service to his frieD t
.\ '_ 'Ja'r' George Raw!", North FAit 3- of it fits been under cultivation.'and is ia payment. W.'. TOWNSEND. Eir.
thirteen .a i i& teen e portion .?, and the'public. Business entrusted
.. IGih Jw F William Whitton. Sortb Ent 21 t1t every respectsda1'ted for a"superior plantation rOD MARY ANNA JONES. Eirx .to. his 9.
,. Sanders y' I tee I wenty three, k.For particulars 'a.--ttlrColarabia Costly E.F. t shall'receive prompt'atteatson.
; t .daJ.I ., .. Samuel I tbtNet itthara* t quantity of ttva p-
; 10th July j e..W.fiandars.' .' Scnuh'\v..i oath East 'ten,ten s twehty weth tbtis a ply to GEOL, PHILLIPS. Aap.t 11tb,1 t3. .July 24, 18t3. J ; ".

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.other pnly In the grade of.Violence and the duration S numbers' 6| cents. magnificence with the January issue ''"'
.of the paroxism: N the course of a few weeks, the undersignedwill taining three Engravings of the most a DUID..:

:t I p The symptoms which occur In the early or formingr commence, on bit 'own accountthe publication ]pensive c aractu. The publisher baa COItJ1'1I4.
; tage Remittent Fevers, 'are, neaily the earns, of a new aeries ef tho New YORK 51 IRROR, in during the pa
,+ .I .those that occur intermittent*.. Languor, drown, the octavo,Corm, on an entirely novel, and original i and enters upon the r.ew'year with d I
f .. .f plan, with a' Steel engraving in number : to outstrip all a deterslir
It t uel"", a sense anxiety, aching pains in the back every and cotemportries..
and extremitfeii at the reduced price of Three'Dollar" of The ('n lI ; _
!, : : head and are the 'symptoms which per annum, or s'lIleub fr the new volume
Ii .denoto the formation; or approach of this disease i f 4 cents per copy. _._ I' most splendid and cosily chancier, combiJ am .t'...
t .alight chilli''are'of\ell"amonr :the first indication The Naw MIBROR will appear with many striking' $Il ll -- \ O a %ariel,) of;, style and ucutict.by: the Bill Sa i !
; this feveK: and artrac ,features., distinguishing it from l can produce.
These are attended with alternate% flushes every : countrj The work has beeattrrs
4 .of heat,, which.increase in duration until theypre* other periodical. It will be published with 'tie* fiMEDYcO\ i I. favorite, and this leputation it will continaio2.

.dominate wholly', and:.the ict'er'it' formed and completely type, on fine paper'and each numher will contain i a THIS preparation, has now stood the i y l tain. Hence:. thecharacterbf its litprattirc Ito
_
l developed.,' beautiful original engraving on Steel designed and: I years' trial, and is cO"'tid : C iiunetotesiichasto commend it especially' $I __
: Toe fever being establiihed, the puns: in :.hehGad, etched by Chapman illustrating the 'letter press I, commended as a'safe and effectual mede ,g SCX. It wdlcontllm article- from' thaj- nSs

I t. i i'jack and,, lower extremities, bceo.ne.greatiy aggia.vated. : which it accompanies and which it will invest 'with L expl"1Iing'-worms from the sysiem. Tie| : : and pleasing writers of the day. on $\

:I .I ,. I peculiar interest. Besides the contributions of all 1% ampled'success' that has attended its ,, subject, butthe work will be in thei'manv every v _
The our extensive of :: the cultivation of de, _
ei es generally kis me iyelfowiah corps correspo'udellts-wMch em e the home virtues.
appearance. ration in yl
I, 'The I braces most of tha talent of this every case where the patient < the stories will be of Hence': ,
j tongue becomes covered with a< whiu h coat i in country-we havemade I afflicted 1, a. practical 'domfstlce '
the first stage, Which changes to a yellowish brown arrangements for fresn and 'early translations! ally with worms, certainly i from the 'pens, of onr best Female ,
: \ ,fur. whicb becomes dark brown culur in the latter from' some of the best writers of France, and for worthy the attention of Physicians. ; literary matter will not be the reflex WftiterL

; stage of the fever. Frequetly there i is luusea and. proof sheet! from several of the popular authors or: The proprietor made it a point to : ) ; 1. mind, bat will contain the choicest 0'a01 prodqctao atr.' _

; sickness at the stomach, ;.witk'bilious veiaitiog' F.nlandVlth such rniterials! and with such able tain the result of its use in such cases as t. Galaxy Female YVriters. The fort '

I I ;*EAU Uf01C tllTUllmuTAND fellow-la .)ltt' ii the literary vineyard,. vve hope to within his knowledge and observation- i il to render the wort an indwpensible! to lb _
we
I q RBA11TTENT BILIOUS FKVER8.The present the American reader a_weekly'journal oigreitvai invariably found it to produce the most every lady Cf taste in the land ; and, IheW/::1' )/ _

I .- attention the Inventor of tAw Medicine LI 'e and unusual excellence., The' parade of tft"cis-nut infrequently after nearly all its literary matter'alone shall be compf"

: It S .e arty eaMed tothenorbilioakrmittentandIr r mere na tea willie! sedulously a ""lded., "The "&Iir.- !dinqry i preparations! recommended! tate, but i il will contain Monthly Fashfo .
imiyftfattpartof 1r'a ftt l TfrjWfwi%te jrea.arkajie;.we76oper rather' fbr foodarticles' hRiJ.I>een'if previ6uslywfesorted( S to ); w.' cotoedyvlwh7fpt; i l"aei" (t t;.ij b {
: : ;the caonlry'which ,is 'subjected ..to the influ. ithont names. than for poor article with advantage. This fact'is In every particular, and extreme beauty 'of
permanent -
4S I ,nce of a miasma, which arises from decayed vegetable I. ,distingi bed names. It will 'embrace iu its ncopeeveryt the certificates S ing and engraving"shall far excel (iS
tobttances.! ,' i'j artineut of elegant literature. comprising arid statements ot other quarters. The fact thai during any this lar __ _
-S 555 .This) miasma if generated where timber is being tales! of'romance, sketches of society and'mannerssentiment respect Able( 'persons in different parts ) ). -Lad,'. World" has been the Ugnida book

S ,r ,coi Wand' :the land clearing; also, in low grounds i and everyday life*, piquant :essays,. domestic : country-and should induce families' : ; tersof taste on eo'tume in every chi oE..th.I1(i .

..and! where stagnant waters, prevail. This exposes and foreign, correspondence, lit rary inteliigenre i. keep a vial of the preparation in their I I has i"enit'a position in the fashionable wor ",

.qaum, decaying' vegetable matter ito the action wit and humor, fashion and gossip poetry, sion. Iti i ii mild in its operation, and.may I I cannot be shaken. The unwavering fi tof the sun, which ,generates that peculiar state oft IS the fine atsid literary musical.and dramatic ministered ,with'perfect safety to the most : designs to th, Parisian and London itytea.)

,pberewbieh prorlncea chills and..fever, and the criticisms. Its reviews o..lew. works will be careful I, calc infant] 'a vance. too at least six weeks of-all other, hs'

S .different i grades pf bilions, fever. The newnity of I ciiininatii'g: ; aud impartial. It will aim to foster I Tie"'following testimony of its good ,. i it in the very first rank, as a work of tot \
S providing! remedy! which'rrii ilht be,used without the ., a litarature cuited. to the taste and desires of the age; offered tu the blir. J I matters ]dre... It i js a well known el;' tjj i _
S .ail of'a induced amid conorry. ls: tendency will be cheerful IJ Atyles of ihe Lady's World
5 physician finn apparent, and the and ci r. appear in theatlj
I do
tS : S proprietor oft"erl4] Medicine! which will be found livening, III well as improving. It will! i seek to grati certify that I have used two vials of I[. bdicals, pretending in give the fashiocs] oftea!

S ito answer the purpose for which it is designed.REMMTENT i 0 fy every refined ta te,- but never to offend the most Fahne.'ock's Vermifuge in my family mouths laier. when the lit,. bale become' *
-- .. fastidious: and it will ever feel its duty to be to"turn markable success. one of my children or obsolete Lace and Needle work; The.' ..
: the'foi'n' side of things to human two years old discharged fifty g.int and the 'ao
I : :BU IOUS ) eyes- worms! newest designs of tcewo rJr
I '. THC sytn p ms'' which denote FEVCR.'a. i The' work will be 'published every Saturday .1 in and a halt inch to siz inches in length, dery. andc., shnll be given in the work _:ei _

S : S 4 ffpiovrs.) ; the patient .reels a degree of languor and numbers of sixteen Urge octavo super-roval pages, other, about five.years old, discharged work,! with the latest style of raps,headtfrt _
,
S ] )lstleisness! or a AJeling of weakness,'yawning.st retch with douh'e coli.inns, and 'enclosed i in a neat ornamental large'worms, bout one foot in length, e rendering 'Lady's World"' a sample ofi,

S ting, paleness fullness of the bead, and generally se.vere cover. It will form at the end of the tear,twosuperb'votnmes size of man's. little finger besides a : neI5." well as of tAste, on the Centre Table if .

,pain in the head, often in the back. .and,loins each of (our hundred and sixteen small ones." S JESSE II. Lady. Of the various style; of EDrariDp'.
t S .with adiaf reeable! taste 'in the ut llth. lie feels pages, filled with the gems of literature and the fine .Nt&C Wld. December 30, 1842. will grace the pages of this work we mm _

.chilly, with a loss!of appetite; the tongue is covered art@l. ) an! among! the. mOAt elegant, SartainV "
I 1 .with a whitish coat in the e.rly itageof the fever The very low price at which it will be issued! ren- iCT: This Medicine for sale by B., E. Mezotuusi which will grace ihe coming volarfti/Hartn t

I j : -. 5 .which becomes of a yellowish color,and in the latter den it the cheapest periodical in this or aYty other 4co. excel I, in the beauty of design and deHcaer'efli
'1 S ,.ta ge' of the fever assumes a dark brown color; the country, considering the cost and beauty of its,Fifty f any thing tbat has heretofore appeared fromlriibj
f ... two E.lTa i.lIlId the intrinsic value : WILLIAM Mr. SartamTs known
[ t kin sometimes moist. ,but generally very dry.TREATMENT. of its literary from cne end of the UiL
t' I content Those desirous of receiving'the pajie'r the other the inester, in this '
l' _. .. Stomachic Bitter couutry'( tbifl
i \.. ; ; A'tJO patient rftiuuvu 0 cpnt'ellce I.he trf&lm nt, by from ihft rnmmeii.pni<>i.t.,- will have it nnnntnallv. -_ --'- -aont-... : brated aty! : ,We have already under _
,. .taking s0-of the Antr.Bilions Pills.and if they to their address upon their forwarding to the undersigned A Remedy for Dtisveosla.... maguificent, Plates_ of this celebrated wayjji irW-j.j
I : should I < at No. 4, Ann-street three dollars free of -S : n..o vuiuioe, mtta L '
1 not freely evacuate the bowels in that do", I :(J'I snan follow them op witJf
; ,ihey rjwy be increised, and if they prove too active, exnense. D Y PE PI A is a symptom or rather t tit I* from every artist of/epute in the
Letters
I itke.dose must be d minithed. enclosing! the amount of subscription, may I S of ymptoms, indicating a disordered ?l> mist fiai.h.ed.and .beautiful Line cOrntr
; S II the tongue contiuue dry.v and the skit ho y be franked by all post masters. 'Agents, carriers the digeiveogans. Thence arise gr IvtDI' 'Il also race the pages the rori
S should be and newsmen, will be supplied on the mnal terms. tinrefreshing ) r the hinds the or '
.. : rc'peatiid until the bowels "urethor |Iy easy sleep acidities. blious: very elt sTnists the eeunir
t S .evacuated, then begin with the Agua<< pills and a 1 O" The Cash System will bc rigidly adhered to, naiuea,or disrelish 'for plain food, chilness: produce. Iu flue, every variety and novelry-t
S ,lose the same as directed in chills and fever, 2 without any deviation whatever. mouth,foul tonge, not dry skin, restlessness, bli.hmeol that may be found 'esewb.r! ,.
P I Pills three and Such Editors as copy the above, wilrtbblige" h head ache flatulence c ; looked for Ii.
every a half hours regularly until the me by depiessed spirits, confidently :n the 'lady's
r lever is broken. If the patiant: complain of pain in warding a marked paper and by resuming the of Ihe bowelsdiarrhea, Itnd generally r l design of the work is, to f WurL: ]
Ic 4 ,the head and bsck.! or distress in the stomach and exchange which wa iuterujited! ranch to my regret, comfortable sensations: which are usually S and attractive rtyle. the earliest, {
: tbatfela, another dose of the Anti. illio'IIPaU. should by circumstances over which I had no control. IOCS. and are dyspeptic symptoms. to."V i : fullest\repprt in advance of jll the mol eonec' Man

L abe taken. GEORGE P MOKP.I3, These are the ordinary xymptomsof and prior to the inning of them here of the
'c Atier giving two'or three doses of the Anti-Bilious Editor and Proprietor, No 4 Ann.ttret, i if circumstances accur to favor its S Fashions\direet (ruin Paris and London. I

S Pills,and freely evacuating Ihe bowels, they should near Broadway. as sedentary employment grief auiiety, I partment will be under the controhefro

: : ;;be lined afterwards. only a. occasion requires throughout March _play 15) !fulgence in eating or drinking, dyspepsia' of a English artists of'the highest celebrity, so that! ,

\ the,disease.! If{the !bowels>> become costive at any PROSPECTUS OF THE dangerous character will be produced,and oth costume which appears in th. W,'. Woua
v ,time during the fever. a small dos* nf the AntiBH\- "TROPICAL JPX fJVT." oms aiiie, the countenance looses ts be safely reliedon, as not haying been .

S S ,tous Pilti should be'' given" j justsufficient to prevent NEUTRAL PAPER, to be published in rame and mind>their activity and vigor; and second hand) \this country, after ttmp:
-S ANEW .
received
diseases Ms
.costiveneu. rollowin its train. jit
., ille, Dnval County E. F. devoted I proposed not only to sunuM
t It ,should be, recoUect d lhst if the has This preparation the exbIIencer but to\! .
.
patient to science, I literature.the anti Agriculture, and the po xesses peculiar : >ue -vsr.* month\ a,UgmJx&
r t |1h.ei sick(or some days,and a in a debilitated ccntition I latest new, and the poilitics of the day. of removing primary cause of this disease variety of eostnmeswhich shall bleV

r ;S S / he may commence wih: the Aloe Medicine TERMS; For one year $3, in advance or parting vigoi and healthy action to the organs other attempta reporting for tle pUtt h ,
I jimmeJiately after having taken the first dose ofthe within the first quarter from the publiclion payable of the ge tion. It thus relieves bowel complaints, i THE CASH rllhloaf' *>. -

Anti-Bilious Pills, or before that/if he hits'thoronrh- beet ADVERTISING at $1 for three inser tent or bilious fevers chillies, ague and all The'Publisher..adhering: strictly to die CIIB'' S
jly evacuated the bowels! by other medicine. His per square t r ssingeffects of Dyoepsia.! To I tern in all his
i I' tions : a liberal deduction will be made to cash and person prev dealings I enabled to offer Uta
.drinks should' .i.t of 'snake from thkingsufficient exercise" the ? to ho A moncaii
co sage tea, Virginia root yearly advertise )( public unniecedenlly' '
.5 It ,tea, balm.tea, or combmileiand when\he skin is ']I In offering" the above to the citizens BITTER TINCTURE will be found highly quality ever having ben sent I"a"q
of
I ,dry and hot.the patient may drink cold water ; hut 1 i Duy.al. and the oeigtborUJgcouutie prospectus the chl ns a cordial and exhilirating tonic, rend..ri te price. ataaf l I
1 ,cold water should not be drunk whed the patient is I peshaies not to that be will make his undeasigned necessary! the too frequent use of Drastic I TH -TERMS.' .
j say all he
It
i S sweating,or in a gentle perspiration. If ihe fever L trofesses.and fror.i the inducements forth paper he which lire too often resorted to (or temporary I .Suglt Copies, & 0 I Copiw S IIFO ;
,
S I reems to continue (or long time,and the patient bej j o realize a share of public patronage commensurate hopes and 'folio wed by injurious consequences. \ 3 Copies, 5 j 2'<3, o\'M.I
.conas weak with much stupor,* it will! he proper to J t with an uueertaklflg demanded This Tincture. composed of simple Th advantage"to Gluts PostrnAteis
ef ikf
S. apply a blister, to Jhe ribllide ovea the region of the 1 1S. I munity. bJ'lhe com gredienti, is peculiarly applicable to the I ters ever any othsr periodjeal in 5
theUtjW
; S Jiver, 01 to the back of the neck If the head is mud I I lie wil' senjy! devote hu attention and undivi. diseases of Children; It strengthens their I are aplae !. .* J T

i affected.. The diet should- bejight, with total abstinence .. ded.etfortJlto all,that may interest amuse and instruct organs, increases their appetite and gradually I ; 1 who wi copy this Prospectus, '
t S from animal food. hi. readers and patrons having an eye'to the moral tho foundation of a strong and vigorous annarkod ''p directed to 7le Uuiied .
c tone obligations: society.: It will in most cases of sea sickness, be ; Saturday Post.' shall be entered on :

tj : The abovM&krnefor' sale? at B. E. CARR t I aloof FOR USE. : A de*"" j:
.GO'S. from party virulence and rancor, and a just and ? C. J. FETERSCWt
_
.._ impartial detail political statistics will be FOR ADULT.-AI tn apeiieut, take a table .' S No 98 ;"
adhered
::1 5' : : Notice. The proceedings.of.the; coming Legislature will in.be 'ful.two or three times a day, in double that 5. January |1Superiob Cbet'ut.teet.Unite FhrUadelpbi.J2) ':.i 1

..J h ALL persona f having ,claims or demands sgains .. duly chronicled' :< the Florida farmer will be furnished of a'wind w ter. (As of a tonic, take two ten spoonsful& Court-J)is
I with all glass water. In case of sea sickncs. ciPIorida.
S estate of, Adam Copper, late of the county new and useful information aa may cone S
.
f .. ,of Nassau,, Deceased, are required to ezhibt them to hand, and the, merchant will find the prices cur Idoscsof thirty to forty drops frequently repeated ;; ,
If I ,to ihe undersigned,or to his attorney R. B.' Gibbaif rent, stocks and state of the market under.its, For Children bout ten years old, half the iiI. +IN CHANCERY S!
I. Ft George Island priate head: appro quantity-and! for younger older children in : John M. J Dowdenand Wor.
... / within two years from this peri- Army movements, and the disposition MHarenAdmitfiiW'
1 II S ,r d ;oberwtsetheywfllbe forn barred, and all per ofthe General Government thereto will occnpy' con portion. If the doses are sweetened, they sh $, tots of Richard T. Keating, ;f

t S S S S ons indebted to aid estate' 'are reqn rei to make iiii.mediate snicuous place. Religion will ever find in us humble p quite palatable without being impaired iu their 1.. ) i-
S payment to ZEPH., KINGSI.EY qualified:I though'' warn supporters-nor' shall sectarianism I cy. Prepared and sold by Maria Gay S and John Rodman!"Adm ,*J '

I execetoroi: OJ to hit Attorney a Liceniiate
S
I S Nassau_ County__, 1st._;July1843.PACKET.| 11 ___ heart and purifies the mind ; and, iD'truth,''so farai p 6 Broad of the Apothecaries'. Bill of Ketvtor. _' f "
=-- street, Charleston. 0
h been
abilities
JI.V 4.JWl'IA.D : our apply we will make the :TROPICAL I'r t'ai l I.ldp to appear by thtt>_
t : 7. '1. *NDI"'LORIDA. PLANT" a digest compendium of all the'rorei.o And for sale by + Bil been duly filed in.ibis .md"i.tbin

-S .8-. QV and,local news. and topics of the dav. I St. CENTER. RODDY, & 5 also>ubp therein' .been duly isoued ; and it b rig
GEO".GROUARD. Augustine. Jau 28,1842.:! made to appear by affidavit John Rodoiti
S : pARIEN BRUNSWICK 87'.tMARY'8 one of thie! said defendants tat '
? ,I I tutor this Dir
JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK. ,, Superior Court-District East Eastern Uiatrict- or Flori, Evict and at the Cvy of New York, in the Srstjif
PICOL'ATA, AND' PALA TEA. Florida. In ihe Superior Court fur the Counties : New York-on motion of Complainant's SuIidloiHl
,
'I THE regular. Steam Packet. ST. MATTHEWS, St. Johns', and Musyuito Counties.. S John 'and Mosquito, ac of is1 ordered the !that notice be piven by ptblillliual.

; S ; P..M'Nclty, will run once 'week the Martha Williams.; Administratrix, &c. 'and John November Term, 1843. *Newsp'pef said pinltd within Din'e .
S '
j I"year cound' to the above named places, leaving Saaanah S Lee Williams. Jo eph Finegan and Rebecca Finegun hU ( qnirin answer defendant.John Rodman.. I

S > every' Tuesday; Palatka and Piculata every .,.. Adminis'ratrix of the Estate of William month complainants Bill of complaint witbrnfinit
Friday on her way to Savannah, where passengers Daniel S.. Gardner. Administrator, '&c. deceased, vs. Juan'de Efitral,:o. I *, "thr'iA said bill will b taken pie i ais
t>oona North will be in time for the splendid Steam In Chancery. Attachment for $217 50. agalDt n

S Pack** WM. 8EABROOK, ,Captatn) Kmo;and IT having been mad. to "appear-y affidavit that a THE Defendant in the above entitled \ i onWa.week i j' further, ordered that ,sid notice fce 1ihl5&e54

.BEAUFORT DISTRICT Capt. Bono, which leave has been dnly filed in this aie, and that a other pernorif itiiere>:d will please to date.* .coneecutively. for four uionUufreio'
/pyeryibndayr. Charleston.! Snbpotna has been..duly' issued, and, it being also notice that a suit hath been in!'titnted by ( ** -
$5. S i Toe i people. of, and made (o that Certfi to bA a true cupjfddermaSIlJentcied
Georgia Florida l .
S can dependS appear Daniel S Gardner the said do. by Joseph Fine<:*n and Rebecca Finegan hk *
in
pnthiillpattheesr' rounder and thl owuera o er S fondant resides out of this bitric.arid in the city which Rebecca Finegan is the Administratrix : :*aid Court this Jun.
ook to'them for .0 1 ; : ."E F, ;'i 2dor ,
? .., patroojage 1 0'the 't 'U atthe w..cao Washington in tbeJUlnct ot-.Colambia.' on Estate of William Traver, deeeised, *a at .SfTAtl '- S'
: S *."" : "' t.*fti..1 i....,.. netanef c mpUInabtftfttoTicilor.! It.is'ordered,.that de Entralgn, in the Superior Court for the June19 : .GEO. R FtIaBjtNKSC4..'
4 Jt I 1Da t(0IIi aa c t '; "- notice be given by publication one of the newspa- and diltrictaaroresaid : and they the said IJ 5- "-
S ForfreIbtorpusage.appIvon, board or to Sera printed within this Distnct; requiring said de. and all other persons interested are required : DR. GLOVER'S'VEGETABLE .
S. 'EftNANDEZ-BISflEE.' ant Daniel S. Gardner ,
;4 S Agents. to appear and answer pear t the next A'ovemt er Term of ihe said ; '
S .... S c .'JacksOnvifis.o bill couipUint, within four months, to be holden in the Court House in'the Cit) l AGUE AX$ -
GEO. HAAS. Agent, \ said bill will be taken pro confcaso. against Augustine the District aforesaid ; and to : .FEVER 2)1EDIOIREnCEkTAPANDSAFECUREPORCfI1W
-f. Q. LAFITTE, Agent Charleston. him. j the declaration in the said cause according to ji A :
S ST The, 8t.: :Matthews will leave Picolata efery Certified this 26th Jay of June 1843.S JOHN iRVSDALE :
,
F( &rDa, atil ,o'clock., GEO. R. FAIRBANKS Clf rk. St, Augustine,July 31. Plaintiff's AND FORMSi FEVER. IN ALL ITS COMPLICAf
\. : Passage through to Chailetlon from Picolata and ALSO. AN >
I Palatka, 9 15 police. S Notice FOR ALL THE VARIED FOKMS OF ISTH'
S '
S .ja74 [Jaae 51i. ALL persons having: claims; estate of Manuel Garido IS
.
i.. Administrators: Notice. of St. Johns.Deceased.1' bta of the county scriber as eiecator of the estate of'Cfeo. I
: A LL required to present them' CLARK.de s'edwill his CERTIFICJATESi
S persons bayin4 mand !JLMryBargqsPapyarereaestedto years from this perbd < the Hon. Jud.ge of the; County Court i hereby I certify, that 1
preinttb m I otherwise they will be forever and I .ofSt; I my wife" was '
without de lav to the barred all persons County for adjustment of which all chills and ( ;
;
undersigned A4mi iI otOJ:..-.. i indebted to said e.rate.e required to ma.ke immediate peroons e.eJ which conlinae foe* lmiW
terexted I
wiltplease.totake "
And ItOTIPP! I l.hertJ>>lgtYfn"oall Creditors Legaeea p payment notice. procured of l
I ) ,"*ntf l entiUed ". JOHN. FONTANE arrested the!chills Glowr''A
5- j rwn to destribution thereof, that t ..SrAngnsrine. ( ANDREW PAPY' Ex'r. .S S ; M5 and f* .
'JI" iheirdfimj'auddeniandB: ; 1 be brredat, this expiration Jniy3Ist124! J MARY GARIDO 0 enjoyed perfect good health since tkattimsf eral ,
J ". S. of two years! from this date, ouleu exhibited I Ex'x.IS tf'-{ DOCTOR COPPEE, : 'of my:friends and .-neigbborrbnvb- bue

; u wjthintbeiIpie. -.N -- o- ...- ,r yo. ".,. rhi. PROF.El3IpNAL S5JR.tl g.Jo""lb .. : lacked in:.the tame manner, and br r adviclsedtheaame
S 8t. Aarujune E. F. ) MICHAEL PAPY, Ol.lce- of St. Augustine. For the present,he ma} he' I u plUs, and in.4Y instance .
j. July IithJ843. > Admr.of the Estate.of HEREBY.GlVENf TWO MONTHS the house of Jndge Gould.! ) July I I happiest effect; In all cases a cure baa been_
S.- !, S -r..- 'V .Mary Bdrgoa. Papy Dee. alter date. tb. NlbllCliber a .AdmiDiatral (the by the ore of n siagla Box of the Aftae rir

S : u. : : Estate of A.: H'QUEEN, debased.. wiU preseQ? his S + W. .M. IVES !, fore from a|, personal knowledge of :
xbitcei ;
S : ;, aceounuto the Hon. Judge of the Codbty Court for ., cheerfully reeomineud them as thebestremS'
A: skaiki i or demands against adjustment; and notice hereby further given; that ATTORNEY AND 'COUNSELLOR AT i ia I knowledge for the ?sod ;
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