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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: October 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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) appl.ca I8 u.1lier't're'IProl'icla d Occupation .Act of ilic cry-txvojor Jhree- words;a volley and then. / rOE'l'ICAL REFORl\t. : BOTTOMLESS, LAKE.- .rj ear the_summit -ol.a '
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Mi4rtgtL8ik1842ta;: (gofn j' r.1llits iare been granted on.. Surcaicd sbotafter shotfas if.ti line of sentim'N. sleeping Mr. F n h.-I am a Poet'; at-Icast, I hope so. !mountain in Portugal.,.I huhe province''of Beira '

f upon their posts and.suddenly started UP,-one I Zeal for the honor of my art.has induced rrie to' i is situated the lake Esurfi, thoVaiers of which

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iYrs1c I' herp.bJtlY1D iA the class of.applicants above'mentioned *'hq[ arc desicmted;l fnj.be rcncl
mt Ih. period ofC'uNIt KAR: *,' allowed bjj the hIdct' fyr proving ilie .'fact'iLatihvrcitlriuetiihe undtthy immediately charged upon the picket, has hitherto been sadly debased by being rendered l fragments of ships,, such',as br letnatsspars ;,

.( tj'eouiaeiiced. '1I, particular! quarter:Yrciioii upon wJitcrT'it' i is tocnieul"''' \ipirtu mel 1\1.01 and we da:heil after them, trampli6\ them to subservient to unworthy ends--of which &c., have been found floating on though
*ft>ef, 1843; "ihat beh'l ope vear frOld nlP-.dS on which the Rcjistei and,IUct>ivef of;ibis Office i.req4iiJ '*"."'u wi1hourhqrs, riding over them liko h t the r mawkish and i ----1 -
principal
...,., are scntirncntaljsm inland as 'jar ts.VPortiOnSS1'his: circumstance
t olande lW t. "i 'Ch .aVelnerefer i tiMy rqnejt .4.ti..i. n*- .-fii tl 8. iJ.dfta j U>jiiror} r'Muf pitfl iohel,'.reqtiaement "," ..; shir.l1vin.' 11111.." l..l. g a'\ djgfiwUiShad, J JJs'T1ot inebriety.i .JViih.Jfoar kind aasj;!arice'. 1 'willtBfe has ver s-nnturaHyiled, |b thb, t Kg;Mh. jTiggni._ .. ,' V


.?_, I 3Tr P._Ri C 7nrmnnr I toriTiTt hiT'tonfttierifwitrtN & o. f. ,0 ""mor& f lit 0 c pml MM* ny.j>jti vu UC ICJHWUKU.IWS UCOUKIIII jjjr.""

r "I S ic r._..r..uld.iv.an, ) 'e'paitt,vlat"b to.J etn.1\1''ibte"tl( admnlra'Vy' ttehadbeen therrm'ingem ntt ceh3brM1ohof sober.pleasdreVof'the .$18 ; .her .|lieljgthenedfr6m. the fact ,'dint jhe''face"

meiir lA.nt'!i nd dficriplion'of ,be p Tn'cuIarrjuarte"'fle t.bn;onlwbi; h it i made. .- ... I we'imtnedlnld'I loped! into the centr'qf'Tthetuwn and byway, of SettiigUhl. .example to suCnof of the lake becomes cilher" roughp't,smooth as '1

;: ,'t'h a1r r.requir.edliithefofecoingMafifp gp or before the date specified, 'iJjaP: applicant will,"forto I horse and foot dctermiJ' to rjd1he en., lilY brethenr as are want to write Drinking and the ocean is found to be agitateofor calm : rid. J
all d ,.it,, Id d1liotJqJ"11d VIIJe j'W it8 .. .. : do.'ir or 'biymnet L ,
t:: t, \. :. .< emy theID..bcfilr \c Songs, I luivfe composed % couple of Eating also that during stormy :weather, it produces a

liml to flnn. Wasbington,was dread.'iillyrex- i Songs, which I herewith beg to submit to rumbling noise which may be heard at a 'dis '

., p 'T 441! I '- -IHJSl'd. Thetiist picket.thinking this a sechndatlaet you foi insertion should you consider them tance of six or eight miles. It is a notorious

.$., 'f1j' ""Did4 'of Permit." ... j. meJ4vpPka'nt.' I Quartcf.St.. To&c'h p. _'I Range.No. of tlfusame liitlcskirnfkihing pjriy, that worth, it.: Lrnicas. t hid ,tIlrflt t. to the present day. though frequently
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r *- _:V -, _1.I3. __ -'had fired into them before, neglected to give the Yours, respectfully, tried by the curious, its bottom has not

V j F- -- rp..117t..b,1 IH43; Ijohf V irers, .' '* o fuih -', et2 o".Jl 8. -. fl---. 31 E. nlnrrra' and the outsputs, "thytigo": tbt-y.louglit: ',EATING SONG No.1. dl co'crcJ.t a short dist oce from

-i. Frttriury 17th, 184J: Thqn>. Cosby, North West, 21 I J\u. 11 ti. No.U E. must gallantly, retreating step bjtstep bthliidIheioUseSdiSpUtiIIg Oh carneme' yctunothertlice, *. in Switzerland a remarkable 'pTng is

t"1Z. FebPrtrv. I7il. 1643 ".alrlckl: reiy, North Cast, V\I Nn.I S. N,.. 31. E. every iiieftarvd presenting Oh to arise from the centre of a natural '
itt FebruarYI&dL J643."Arch'4th CrereiiMol'acetly$ South Vest & \o. II S., No. :;IE i:, their bright bil'oilct'lwilbuutll tlash of powder, help me to more gravy stil, more l han thirteen square feet in its area.

,' aa 1843, !ImT yillijun! North \\Vst, 'fNJ, W). S. No. HO I E.No. :. wherever we. rode in upon), them so that) we i'hcre's nought so sure r.s something nice "* [ the powcr which operates on it, we' .

I4TJu7 Uy 16L.ld 3. John rellicier, )II'r. Soilih West, t No. 10 S. 30 E. could not, with: all cutting ajid.spurrmgforce ,, To conquer care. or Grief to kill. ?.,)xuIe cUllcept, which ii i known tdforce,
,.. ':)tIt > iar ICth, 1843, Andrew J. I'ellicier, North Ka.it tdanth No 10() S. No. 30 E. our horses upon tlvert, ,uiuj I then the moment **> much violence a column of water of,

My 16w, )ItS4J PruciPeIIicier, 'HiiBt, 2 No.'10) & 1 N6.; 30 E. that we had faced. about, blitzing away ujni us, Uplwnys vp..da bfTof! beef,- 4j li'it circular, far aboirJ surface,
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,1)5 r.T 19th. .1.43. L. H..1eignol: North East .,2'c ,No. 10 S.No. .. 1- No.i>.>. F.. and running to the next house, were driven in. tried by the most ingeniousTmd e"erin
4" J22 June 22d. J343. jjucnb Hinter, SoUth W t-lit.. f.] I! S. Nft.3l: E.No. At last we IH cJ- opportumty. for fir play ; When Youth, n d'Bliss. and Hope were mine; in pcr

'i 'J33'June} ICtb, 1843, (Owen Qoigley' conlh UVst, 7 N l' 10 -6. 3E.) :. the lIt b ial1s were Uq furmod the whole foicu glit- And now it gives my heart relief tuoses natul'ul'philosophy, its depth has <
k 11 June-ifnh, ..1643 izekjel: H. Brown, ,, North "'Iit, ? No, 10 jfc. No. 31 L. ; been5 yet ascci lamed ; thus leaving to
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l 135 mae 17th 1 1343; outanitah Drown, North .:'. IS No 10 S. j No. :ft) E\ loring with.bayonuts. A tremendous strugglewas Sorrow's dark ome hour--to dine lure, the ('illy plausible conclusion, that
JoM.29. John Worth EitA. :; i. going on at our'right, under the very ey; .t t spring is tho outlet of
m : 3P43. HrowarJ No. l ;i Nb.SU i E.,, some accumulating
:; .J6t Jwnel59i .'' 843, ; Jacob: Soolo, North Haist: II No. 10) S. Ko.28 / \Vashin tou with the enenYy's artillery, whichwas EATING SONG No.2 terraneous. lake which has no other issue

I f 1all'7111..843, K. G. Jandon, South \\ Jil.o2 No. 12.S., Nu. :,U E. taken, whcji with u 'ICJ opot hor o Archibald Oh (talk not of music oh talk not of Wine, waters. *

:r 68 Julf I9il-I84a.| lUrfiard Y.' hat!. south Fast, iJJ No. 12 S.'. NO.SGK.No. rode down, hi-: cap o'lr:his sword tlasinng My heart from their thraldom i free
1\29.' J6 :b.'1848; Cornelius'Onpftnt. South EllfI'J4No 10 30E.* liken tire brand in.the light) anu .rnuke pt the ij ; TRUTH IS STRANGKIl THAN
I, -V Oh say; tionhat Loye is 'he joy most divine, .
muskotry !. he cl'i'ducu.ir.e
charge charg -- O eof those singular cases t.-f individual
JFc\v.!; ULE, Ittceircr.. w II. ;; iI.\IoS; _Jqiiler iny brave leilows, and, provoke them The Sirloin's Ihe niUtress for mo : tory which sometimes astonish the mass

.* NOT- ThsnarticaJarga toihe wpttlement khould be,-the! tisne when, cultivation was commenoedi to lire;" Another troop t Another und ant>t:.. their singularity and excentricity! reJ

-ibticiitd-of,, crop ftjnted-numher of acres in cuhiU1inn-Ll\I: lund of TPIIPIIKMII 'en hied-ijnmlier of jn.r. er thuidcri.ig: down t fiom the right! md It it, The pleasures of eating all pleasures surpass ; I to us Ihe other-day by u ti iend of ours, in
m i *? the fanj'iiy! -jj.jci-iminatHig between' an I chl.i) rn-males anI feinttl"bite but with noetlictutull 9 .
S > V :mdI' lIf1ull1hc IlIvllclllleG.'r-! The sweeKtt are they of the &w(.et : \\e have tho most implicit confjJ .llcC.
'r'd I July 24 mans; ft out rank kneeltduli arround while the facts arc Ut follows, some seven a
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-' __ \1Oc\'r he may be, buysthat nun's bat an ass years
:I, I- V rest weie formingund their died
presented bayonets in ,
gentlemnn Georgia leaving a son
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.sJr, o tnF. TflEATTLi oi TftETON:t without firing a bho(. Wio) loves not a dish of good meal. feurteen years old and properly the

I,afaOtlmA, : ml1 m.C rl 1 he r'iht vas inlenscJ)' CUI.J 'n ihl f we v. e'e I I IOU)' heaven," sud Aichibald, shftuting ns r if ol about $:,U.OOO. Tim executor who had
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Then
"". .' '. 'Afl ', delayed iiuny' hour lougerjiliati had bran un. his h.arluuld breaTc, to ObpL \Va.hington, 1 (LJu'I! round.the plate, and let each man n particu'ar friend of tlic old man was .ab )

.! .aD. Jlmni.'t wmm toa.r, g t licipatcd.. by fui ncoumulmi 01' ioe in the rh' ,! will try: :bcui I a n1"lId! as ho Sill t s/, he his till place the boy at school l, witli the '

IS ;UI34SflED'EYEItYA2ONDkY. er. A:1l11wrl', if you, "1ullg.t :. gUild pPliou rudi: at full speed, so near that it apj.taied tomo With passionate rapture dcvmir ; giving him every opportunity of enjoying

of Jbe countenance It ;\\ Sfllll tfln itt tins timu .. ttiut bo.co..ltJ have struck the enemy with Nt! talking- no laughing-no pushing, until benefits of a liberal j education, whelm the
J E FiWIL xa* ['f"Yili iJ -the most eventful and" 'trying, .moment of his':.hiaTsWoid, und lired his pistol 'into their faces. Tin i-nd'ot" the. sweet dinner hour suddenly disappeared,)i leaving it certain ath"t

'JLT fOUR ..DOLLARS PElt ANJ.UM', IN ADV ANaf, OK.f : Hf I wotilq reccumiiuuu ihiii you study h, Our front rank! ful1o. .d the !xImnpIu at the gnne oil',.but in w 1ntyrcctiou. why or for

t. ItrVltoLt AR's'jrt' : THE-, END or i u VEA tt' J picture picture just pain led by Mr. Sullvyof.. next moment altthe, Hessians uruugnt their piece V P. S. '1 have me some Verses tua. ol1oct on purpose was urikn Wn. The Guard inn,*

A
rol tliifi/it,iaifirfionand,f'l S Centafor eaciVno1rf : "".. singular!v.h ppy; and when I fl'ccolll'Ct the our Volley upon us-I u\v my lather tail--Arthur ; Suiaas: to Roast Juuse, all of which are very : make inquiries and have.a look out' for

Loo!lt..r II h''rIII""t,I"j proportion and 1 fyce Washington as he reigned up, lor half reel in hw stirrups but Archibald, us it- much at, ) our service. nut no truce:u /him whatever,could be

:'MpW1flb..tatlo cnnYidered I e>ftlinn a l14 ire.A discount' tin hour, within. pistol) shut) of in., 'nppear.s to j prepared lor'*this very thing, shouted wheel I Petrifaction of ihe! Human liudy.-lr. -Thum- fred. evmiJenls passed away and ,his

t1io'll'ho.Jutlile. by the. vear., gi rhotliiit: some man most have painted i it and charge ,iVJkV'Jf.ed us I, U |, still remained a mystery to his friends. A
"ho'j Se\nj pi Washington city, now nmking a
J1V. BT li. i" tvis with us :Itib pt.imp. ,llutowiucft cfiMA....' lpE charge" l!! eLt. .t A.hundred. ,I j jictw rjourM1I HiEuiju-. The National JutcfligtiJKiwr : lima fejuccyljowc-vcr, hi&Guardian 4>lirxird' f
down v m our ear wheerandchargeT : ,ithoTTrsdistanctof wa gee1nvtnI1rrJtJ
to theFerry'thete' wns un awful suicmiiK | cuula us a long and inicrc iiug l lultt-r fruih the t..me person
VVd obeyed,and the snow flew,and the Vords Mobile in this; State. Without
4 V ly, jlaikne'ssftn4.repo(fn i iI, But ,thfre, when I I1uhed Doctor, from which we take tile following inluresling .
% THE COTTAGE DOOR ? i in tight of Ihe troops, as* I lhey..wcre ";ev ralIy i und the next monica, a hundred ot the paragraphs sligh. t delay hestarled in pursuit ofnhe
:
B7. .T. K. HERVEV. s c-mluirking, e\CIr: .iiHUI oil whom;; so !long ns thn enemy, ih'i: whole of Ills flout rank were' trampled I While ut Naples visited llie celebrated Poinpfian man.iuid foul.d; him in the neighborhood- of
face: of their' nrnander could t 1 to death bcnyath us, and twenty human place where ho bad been seen. lIe wn
:: How sweet,the rest lhat labor yields >e seen even Museum, uacendcd W-suviu and rudu
t after the boats had put off, kept 'hi'eyes upon head rolled upon the ground, among the ic-el. ofuJ.If out to Puiujieii und iiurcujaneum' My tiinti e>I there in cutting and hauling wood.had
JThehumble and the
poor, it, it was full of a loftier, more animated,' youth horses. I II t while! at tunic, was of cousu in enj-igedat tlio business for several years
.. \V here fits the pnl riarch of the fields ful and heroic expression ol ericouhigcmeht The infantry under Greene poured in volley f visiting antiquitii.-s, St. Peter's and mostly the Vaiieau Silent been a steamboat hand on the river
after \'ultc. ,,1 the sume time and Knox huving ; Mobile *
here und for three His
Before tic cottnge door and con jllt'm't'. ) ; the Churches, Uu Cloaca Maxima, the atu'e., years.
l brought his.light held pieces lo bear, us It'thcy diaii found him with lace burnt and
t The latk is singing the sky You Imve heard of pen. Knox, (theh Col.) ducts and fuuntuin.s, the remains ot the ancient( u
and of his stentorian voice had Leen blunder trusses, playing in upon with to the sun and weather, and
assure you that no bdlhs and palaci-s, the Circus Mu\iuu, with the cxupsjre
Tho swallow in the eaves, justice can be.donu to him 6r them, uu interrupted nJl of thunder und Coloseum hands hard from the effect of labor.
it; my ears. are among'the most interesting ub
rang
,: And,love is beaming i in each eye, 'iJr a fortnight after at the same hour of the i tmuke. ,jcetsol attention. IntxllOuk the diligence fur His Guardian told him that he must

t. Beneath summer leaves night ; and do 'el'whcn I remember how he : U wus impossible to stand ; no human lyings FUiience, one cf the must miere&iing cities ot home and take his property for he could
i could have endured the hurricane of tire continue to take charge of it longer.
galloped about!, curing, swqaring, dismounting hill). Here I fuuud many' things m my own any
The airanud% his fragrant.bowersfiupplrcsunpurchased every)' five minutes and lifting his own artillery, bullets longer ; they threw down their arms, prole ion particularly worthy tit iioiice. The said he could !nllt lea ye then, as the man
about one thou-and >ai in nil-and then whom he had been owed him
m
) h.ialtli, l like a giant. II.- was a gallant fellow, full of first is the antimonical cabinet of models in w'urking fifty
blood, with all the blunt, Now when it was'uecussury to move about the qui.I the IBM. He was at last however persuaded to
And hearts : strong England wax, largest and must iu ihu world
tj. nee bounding 'mid the flowers of strife feel I the purled lie with his '
bifLlJhood.nd Green, t he eit-r operations, we began to !iinteiibu i employer br V. was there the' exhibiting every organ und tissueof thu humuu
Alore dear to him than wealth! -i oiily. man of all! our lu't hpahTi I believe. j coldness of the l'ight-- keen air cutting j I body in its naturalistic.The! next is the lyui.phatic questioned as> to his reasons for leaving

Peace like. the blessed. sunlight, plays I i in case of any' disn t.r, tnk i thu.) place of into our new wounds V like rough broken Reparations made by the celebratedMascaniflhirdlv. seven years before, he said he did not liketo

:. Around' his humble cot, ," \Vnshin in, I erfr liE sat f\i II of tJi'Pp'[ religionsfionting g lass.. ,__ .___ .1 II I .' the specimens in-- morbid- -. -.- anat.omy --.-..- school. So during all that time he
.uix', his I broad forrhej ii *' hard, away from home amongst strangers,' _
1 And happy nights nnd cheerful days compo t; I Jlin: f fires, t 1.l'l'TER-tRr XUJ'EL'I'}. I which have beeiiaccuunulatiug fur years
thatverj er than back lest he should best'nt to school '
kindled go
tht" ;
near ?
place of I in the Museum "bribe
V. Divide hi:!lowly. 1cit.- .. ._ lion. embarka, Friday lai Punch hail t'fit: s.itiitaction: of being petrifaction) of the lamented College Saguto.; and That lastly the lie knew.tooi thatheVas worth propertywyet

*> .\t. last: though not( until t .. l pre oI en at .Singular 1 S"ivoris: l-ircwell 1 I concert. you never appliedfor one dollar of it. During bis '
1I'f.( 'duck i ill tl\f I IIiwas may the: bcttcr/unders tauii the subject, 1 must' +
And (' village Sabbalh.bil.l % morning, we wto fairly. la J ii.'i-t! ul.Hlllh i Jr. cAo-edmgiy diverted: by tl1H pe'rlbrm.ui- here givuyuu'ti few words touching the residence in the neighborhood of Mobile, he '
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Itingsout upon the! g..le, ', So')' shuie, and by) I lm'uud taken up our 4inc tti&iareli. ee.t idea fi.i.l reimndi-d of Sagato./He; : was au ingenious Italwii, whoa [gained the reputation of a strictly sdberT hardworking
.' '111111 f.1 an lhat I nee i.i.ti illy occurred prudent, and economical
The falhtr bows his heal: ) to tell' in lum b..ton-, oiilKMcing Did: lUill I I, Liz: and few }years ugh discovered a process b"ywliic1i list week he'passed this place voang jnan. '. V
through
Our \ 'hI 1 on his,
pI.l sofilvsmd
i human could
army silt-nth': the body be converted into stone in
V The muc of. its.liife other jiff.I.t s-ors ot' UlU. C.i I gymnastics.He ( return to Georgia, where a which
by t two 4ir. Ihr <[ nI1il 'r'.I"'I"l l thf IUitJ ;IbOLI,1VIJ weeks time, each still snug property "
? A frtshcr'erJul'l2"'U1S jjnri ; perceived thai; the lat.-iUi! s.f f tliesti geutleinen : part retaining has been the
till aecu&mmulahingund3r
to .idl' careful
continutillywaving I th-ir management -
r -\v >Ird.| wilh.a i it& uatur.il structure, organization and color. Isaw
.The fiiir1.l dew) s<.J, I ntili''tI ?lsf| tO'i'llj'MM 'll III'*' ilruh) 'MkJ; alill.nls .I) pim'ip.illy m executing vi nat moos on the leaf'of a centre table which wag compused of his honest and faithful Guardian, .
I certain favorite aifs ; I ill it i", j-i .1 I iixj.iiing tiieirdillVnuil awaits him. Our readers
: : .iii.d lii-iiliilikr: it' \alf.Jr may depend the
A.d infant is still "I I nothing could ot the dillerent tissues andrgans of the upon
ev.y lyngnu ; LI
s, I inu.iv.ilswiih
an
portiiM i.g ; truth of whatlwc write.
IK! IKMU), \h up Jf / t SV ,
of ;
ut <: I'ltiwing .
hurt's, a jililugstiiiiI human body which Sagatu had Ii
{ petrified,
To hear the wind of God.! I! Jin'rs fwt.ooJic.1; iindtcv* ntiic'inoveiii.ills'm i arranged Ala .
; a IItH\ a.llcllhl'! in iho ": snow \vln-ri; UIHarlilluy I of! I ilieir OIfUII:0011\ .k... ..iil >o tlirn'i! : t thusiiter'spTsing in the 'form of mosaic work. the whole __. Mon'gomery t.( ) Adcertiser., ., -
wagons mid; gun Ca uiagcs .jut ihnuigh i which admitted of a fine sli. I
Ob licnrts ) tlie oiiginal i IIIIIMC 'vnieh \vy/e\. '.uJ po racngni. Thn Montreal Courier in '
happy ? -to him who sills into the speaking ofthat
giouiid. anti I ruslt -
u geneml MS of d<*cp, td several parks of the body V$ the color! and
: i press"i\'c (if some a"III1I11"II.fv. liiig, or ruii* ofminrt "the
Hudson's
The monopoly, Comoatiy
ravens when'they cry. heevy water.A f ; lorni which entered into the composition of this overgrown Hay -
I'4 And makes the V;w moments nHcr, a tr of Virginian* with I ['a.s>age. which, hill IIl1)1wauilig tit hie. I examined al [ ," uses the following complimentary laflIguage .,
My 'nca'h! ihu nills I ISo op : i ut. all I I, t formed an agre cable; 1 contr ,st to7!hi mdc. >oserpentsfishes, and sev- .
under a P''. VshI tulT'at'CI'\\'artls; so ilistm- 'eriLl I parts ol the human body thus ,
glorious\ the ''ye- di s wherewith they wen hcudc! ./ preserved. The Hudson's '
guishctlat I the South I in v Bay ompany has in every.
) beautiful! The
t ytirade tyl tthrnngh { 'I importance thhuHscover was seen und
Tho Now, the idea that occnried :ul
trusting paliiirch% I U r. Punch been Canada. It '
to has
: to bless respect a pest robbed
prays. the hiv '!!1.W, and \ "
*
) brought us'intlii. the medical
was that th: :Jpriucip!:' \\'hl',h (.'Z{ greatly t., thJj:i appreciated by professior, but, of the Fur trade .
Jlia 'I'
liibofs tunijoil; us preventedfor the settlement
Uith incn-aso" i .rc(j which to tcod!' 'rute Mur march.Uefore .- while Government hud the subject of rewarding .I r year$ .
Such "ways are wnjs orjrleasantness"And I his:arrival wd! hall huji.-d (as I afierAvardaJfound pratilic itioii pt the public) jx i .tC"t s upon by the Saguto, und of purchasing hissecret upJeri oT ihejSaguenay, aud crippled our fwh- ., V
musicians, be '
might advantXgeouuly npplkJ tu j I cries. In its
it has '
exhibited JfS. _"
) to surprise the 1'ntonvbilP i transactions a .
idera'ti he he /
all'such!! con> ( h became impalient and disKutislied "
"paths t he sister of '
ae pca.cy.1. art try.11.
'. ovRrpwwei't-d by P.< > IhinJ.s.thil'-nali. ;' regard of the !laWS"titirtb'ofGod'and' rrtan ; and .
: .yut [ jcst rJ'mtlt ihe precl'd nnightalld : with so slow a movement; nnd was Mai .
'II"L.. _,.. __ make sp('a re withrvafriations'Vouh ,vefy<,;prob:lily bo 1C: .its secret historic were givetltoth world,
jus sleep, iho ,; ,BASS' with i u a stalenf deliri"um -
FLOBED. great
: rgceived The Variations .
applause.
-bui''ouw hat H al'undoned- for j he lhe Ixfrrofs (f it ..wo ild unfold'would make
/ l threw all the
pewns Cape whidh contained (
Old Bass In the 6trcti mel '. NVa: of course, should correspond in expressiveness papers an men's_ flesh to tremble and, f1ejr hairs to stand
a" masbn one,day, >hingfon had encountered his picket. ex account of thu process in he fire ron
"'UhwdeaTryiiV* I've a jojj that will astonish the I h anged a few *hoisnii'd left him1 prepared for, and intellectuality to 1hoeaIuove be' varied al'u.K'd to'. I I Jus! before he expired he came to himself rP.grened crut.V have had opportunities of becom..
Forinstancei; letihe-linpto be
., what" t it is i rema rkn ble.1m Mad heard the ing acquainted wilh certain transactions oT this
vague his and
ru made ef-
IU.5.uf ,
nation : To be or not to be ; that i is the qu-sion." I1'he I papers an Company, and \ future .
mor of our intended attack Yet' tmayjata periodolfer
V this
L'I'm ? very af.fair Ion to ctiinmunicaleihe secreat. but he wo too
the company's ngcht-large jol; -in your which, at first tlirqatened I to be disastrous: theme might first be recited entire, -and feeble to do so ; and thus was lost tVs important some remarks on the state of the Indians"arid :4

r "j.,ar,"'._&; ..' .." : .., the frolic of Capt.. WasKing} was,' probably I the then To treated be\r as fiIIows-fiddle be diddlo discovery about tour ytnrs' since. In less thar half .breeds in the Hudsou's ,Buy, ccunlry,-and- ,
I,"What !" -To lath err:1son why be wicceedod in surprising not ; to that, tooral ; three weeks utter nlso some specimens of the mode.in which the
: ; sir, and piaster,'my friend I is, l loom'; the question lay. Sagirto'sdeath proposals:were
enemy at last ; for as that w s.Jotqt followed iip received from three different HonorableCompiinygci riduf the troublesome
; ..lI creation !" '* Fiddle fiddle, iddle, ? sovrces, the acceptance '
tnoraj.lboral, lay. rivals who dare to '
he retired alter compete with them 111, the
which
: quarters waiting a reasona. of either of would have made himiuidepeudemit "
!tbem. aadb,wlro saw at a' glance how "the land I ble.time. ns we afterwaids ftjund rbiniirg: ''Tooral, to ,be ; mont! or not ; lay, to be ; that for life. Various Fur trade." /- ,
tho. efforts have bet-n .
(
fiddle the
; qurstjon, Iddle dedre.! '
whole) a Virginia-row. *, Vr made the V 1 : S
to recover cccet, and 1Ip.
l'Ii{ To.'yoddle ; be, dock ; or, fol not do! a young physician S ?'
-r ( ; tot Eject Osteni.uiun
)fl ; "f Credil.-rhe
thrown Edin.
JreplNd Our troops'were now in two di\'ISi of ha discovered the upon ,
with* smile nost I < Italy method of
r. dY; be, rot'; that, ri ; i is, tul ; the lot : question pc. lievicw *
burgh relats
the
: f eftltg1n11L't ., We were separated1 from autther 'who. ns.1 de rido.t. trifying bodies, but not for retaining natural following incident : .
detailed! under Sullivan and ? t. Clair to take color. There is one other object of much jjter. A retired merchant ofenormous foriunei; liv
$ p Iil""fiDd mortar nd end I Yoddle doddle! fol de rol, to be ; hey down ing in '
: .Iaths retirement is
said his"-
riv4r road, while we, und ? 'YaIih1n Ion, :him. est at Florence, which 1 must mention. It is the great to have kept
!, -they. eIt; Green Morris and Stevens,, pushed onward derry diddle (dum or not ; whach rum Ii oodity Orthopedic Institution or 'l'uscany for the cure 1 1uf I I uccoutu with a.bauking firm headed by a baronet ; "- .

;, : 'agreeT ir-to put up the staging !" through what .is called' the'Perinington*. to is ;be trata; ho la down, la, the, that question.; chip! chow cherry chow. crooked limbs, club leet, cuu'eJ'spioe, wry i iIwck I f Ir from His balance in the bank was generally .

foa'd. &oc. It is under the I thirty to; forty! thousand pounds, and '
I. -. direction of un cmi. the : if
Bron Post. f I Ding, don}, harum sea rum dive, que'.tion.Right baronet '

.'.. ..1 :' :::V I:i ., ,.,V t :. ii A-few moments nftewvards' ; just while I loT) de riddy, oody, how, WuwtW; lit lit physician. I and is, patronized by thy- Gov.eminent. !i f I. valuable deemed a customer it onty to' invite proper im attention'tb'sb--to dinner '
melyjierc JadiesJrom
heart had lost,it motion young nt S
thought my entirely, will catch Kngland. -
Urowning man at o.lra8r1lJ.!
a S
tIiurle8 hii villa in ihu
V Robiou, furl felt in looking, about mj?, aujj seeing .the considering the present declining state of tht' Scotland! America arid difl'eient parts of country The splendour ofthe;; .

i1NG been duly qualified and eommis.8L. dark arniy of substantial bat noiseless creat drama, Punch seriously recommends hL the continent! of'Europe, some of whom, became banquet! to which the old reluctahtlyre'. .

r Qedan AUCTrONEERforthe city'o urej horses and \Vtgons.3 jif the whole army to the notice of managers. Its fltptiiuti suggestion qmus restored, and are ready to return to paired, impelled! hfmon I h.li entrance!p ap lo.glSl .

ultiD_ offers biervce to his frIer wercanappaiiaiion-a: cavalcade of, dead men, will drtubtjess; nstonish the wcaC minds ot ma. Iht'V J lru.-ud I I.j I much tohlshosttbr'subjecting' thcjatter ,to 'so' .

U lic., Busings! ,entrusted to:;his'i 'I marching from one place.of burial to I oyto whom Shaki-speare's ensc.at too .Mostanthoritiesvfi to.l I Incon\'C'n race. The baronet replied thaf'thcontraryit '
present one horse as equal on .
.. Ynl 9n'e'prompt nttentlnh.. t, IV Ih ard asbotso near me.that my 1nutheJ-1 I (or.them,'will be' cndeted the five I Ir was incumbent on hirD\tO
/ strong i more some at six
1' pal. : .men ; and the Frenchi"at r,
-"II 1843'. followed $ev. apologise, for taking the .
liberty.
; .. ; .' \' I. oaji of the ranks.' This was i,t'1blobydilutiun. en. : asking; hj ,'
," I guest to partake of a family dinner.. Nothing '
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t IL AUiUSTINE ; showing a compliance with.tbe. condition of pre vantinIt smuQlinf' piracy, and tbe'abduc NOTICE to Applicant unity 'Florida Armed Occvpatirif Act of the 4lhAJ'gust..184a -

: ; previous cotflinued residence and cultivation: lion of slaves is received ; and in reply 1 have ., PERMITS hate been granted on .SURVEYED Lands.; ; W .

H! TIIeI.'r 8, 1843, The Inqury made is, what are the rights of to state, that the Commander of the Cutter on I I NOTICE i< erev+ given in the class of .\ ,licants above. mentioned wo are. desi natedtrtf .
ii .
I '' : the settlers the Savanab station baM been directed' to touch 't, Ii.1. that the period ol."oji I: TEAE" Hilowed by the said Act for proving the w -. fact t "i. ;.
: ; ** Principle< ?and-the people.". during his probation ot five years frequently at St. Augustine, and the tollPQJor '' ti 'lllent hid beBiicomiMeiici-d. .ur,!the.p lrucuar: Quaft"Vecrlbo: upon; which it is! ar"d" will that< the

.. before' his claim to the Land bal matured so as of the District is provided with a Revenue Boat. the Twenty ninth der of June I&14 I that being or.e >ear from tie; time Eat the Piauof_ .c.arse; erpr -"

. I.< -. a..' ....,. to entitle him to a p tent. These arrangements are deemed all that w ne I certified by the thervfnre-furveyoi; General. 'Ik y''--oi.
Tliey are hereby requested to tile withthe i
Recei
t I t S ;' Some confusion, owls. .to
$r < meats, u Ita the arrival and departure 01' Ihe no right to cut or.sell any timber except for IheRurposea Revenue Laws.The I Such proof should be the Applicant gm affidavit eorlobora.e4 B.. the t?timony of:two moo :': ',
the or
suppression of piracy or protectionof wBKh d
1' : of t interested and competed witnes "": proof should jrjv* ell he partie.ilirs
: r m n..l1u crept-in and ari clearing and '0
we tbeaMttleAeyt )
cultivating as.
not aware nfthe enclosing
incidental
I' ', : private property are only to the of its commencement description of the partienUr Qnarter Section
::1 exact,.tiroes. The mail which bold have. gone and occupying Land so settled. discharge of the egitimatc duties prescribed by I I Unless the proof required In the foregoing i i- filed! on or before the date upon specified which it isbejt-d.: -. +" !:d

I : on Tuesday.' did not leare until 1 Siurilaj.f' qpdSaturday's : The Arms of the grant make it incumbent on law to the Revenue vessel! and this Department I forfieh ali right, title. and clsjm*" to l land under, .their Po mits. x Ibe.upliQIIt.,YIrr' r

I ailwalleJlt this'morning to Pico* him to improve at least five Acres, he has the has no power to provide VP.fIiIels for either pur., .-. M'J- .
'Should the Commander of the ,
however :
I laia. A little time however | pow, to clear, cultivate, and enclose pose. # I d
d will brin matters { the whole fall) Oi '" I. "
vessel
in with committing depreda .
perSpra Nip D.te.f PerAit Name of'Applicant. .J '
i ; i'' into their proper{ course, but that power must be executed.jwith the Bonn tions unnn the nrnnerlv of citizens or abducting Crtll. I I' oz. Too"'. Jt. R r l--
,
I fdd ',view.of a'Settlement. Th law will no? slaves by sea he will douDtless consider u 't I. ,,4 iJ
1. At the.last date" the Hon D. "
f Levy was at Bedford .
bis duty 123 '
Hear
,
him to 2lstjuly
permit under the pretext oT Settling to pil- interfere. Mu.pIJY NortbWei6 9:twelve .oath }'DII9-e.-h.
.,' i .I Fa., liago the4>ublic domain, and done Very respectfullgentlemen, x '* 725 21.t)1117 Fleming Bates South Wa+t 4, twelve south sd rourae-Q. r
!
't: having so, Your obed't SffV't! 73'l': 22d Jull Benjamin A. Euley South East >d!!:Iwell'e JoutJa foarieea e.
t .N4Ieal. '; by abandoning it,to defeat the leading purposesof J. C. SPENCER, 73:1: 22d 11111 John Perry South West 3 Iw.I\'eMutfa foenest. ):

The U.8'. DUe .Craufod arrived in I tbo enactmen, he is: iq the conditgm of a pur, .' till. &cl'! f lA, Tre ,'y. 738'7rr: 22dJuly 22..) t James T. ThoolI! North Eut' 511.ek. south fquneeae ; l.

our barb*'on Thursday morning .last f/oraSa. I chile uprn.terms to be complied with, who until To tbe Mayor Council: Augustine. 769 24tb Jul1)uly. Peter Henry Sparkman C. WiI.uo North North \t'elt East 8.Btwpl-e:, lwei..,lOath lourh fourtagp.

aanali,abel anchored below fort Marion. J'he : compliance! will be restrained from acts per.manen't RICHARD J( BBARTLXT Esq.. 'was on the 21 t ,78125lhJ.ull 0- Johb,:J. Sanchez 'South East; 6 twelve south fnnrtieae faurkta'.. v: }

-- Crate/on,.was' idT this baron tH.e t affecting the 86S 29tbJuly Samuel WalJIO South Welt 5'tirelre south .-
: night fof 14th val.ueof the estk e. ., admitted to. praetice Attorney and Cone fourtee ,
JU4
.
.. r ,, 4th autpet IN' Robert Waterston '9ootbPaat,i 6' twelve south 9r
U1' '; but bat..being IO.tq; -noake the barber The destruction of. the timber fonneea
o except for thetififc& ItU Ja.th6.digpr at oar... bij y I
.__.y +Ja* : __ ,. h' r.rricorr + ; "
.vjt .
j > Batata. "JJ d Ra
>> --w .. '
WjfMf .w.', .. .re U&L4U
10 [oty Soun3Thtlollowihg iurt.of Chancerj' .tjpon a'Frop er' application Iedohca arrived tit Boston! .n"--y.qn tfie 20th f"- N E.:The p.rHcQlars.ai to the seulsmeat nhonldtT the limtj. whr, '* eohNticjt WM'... ...
,is;a list of ber ofitcers. +f wU E$oiir. 5 the kincof'cr'dp'cuuifaU'd-dumber or acre'in cnhvyntion--the kind pf teoeme'nrereMed_
*
4 uu bringing English dates to the .u >lltt
RiWiT nir'E Commander.B. I 5th September persoB composing lhj] (family-ditCriminatin between adults and ':'chiUren' -maJet and
r have the honor to be Trade in' Is and colored u .feaalat-.;
England *
: improving and cotton hasadvaQlt.'Cl'from *
Waiwizaln,1st -a-
Lieutenant. Very Respectfully 'L- 5 :
ft l-8th
I'' B.,VVV } o.u.AcUn.2d Lieutenant. Your Ob'l. Ser v't. ( Parliament was prorogued to F. l-4th penny' by tbe per Qteen pound.in The Whigs'Jr New Hampshire are moving in For; Charleston S..C. A' .

ELUS ButtcB Boatswain. favolbf Drtnl. Webster for '
JOHN NELSON. < the Presidency. Regular Packet Schooner
t+ person on ie25th August. THK Stephen '':
I 1 DAVID Ross,Gunner.I' Hon. DAVID HENSHAW, Secre..ofthe Navy. -, *, W. P. Rose. Master will sa'il .:
: The
Queen and Prince Albert
Tao.A'BOOTH, Carpenter. -- went to' Paris OBITV&RY. the above port on the 4th of October, winds ?,:
I' CORRESPONDENCE. on a ,isiUo Loins Phillippe's family. Diedat Fiskill weather : .
I
JAMES v (N. Y.) on the 3d inst. Dr. permitting. For freight or
: t 1.: :; W8tTEt.Masieratarms.I ,BetweerAXe City Councifvf. Si. Aueustinetnd theBtCieiary Espartero arid his wife have arrived in Eng. NEHEMIAH BRUSH, of the city of New York. ,aged having elegant accnmodations !apply P )r

Eztntct or the 7 reasu,!!.. land and been 56 years. board, or to, 'c4.i
I tot. letter to the Editor datec hospitably received. !'
,| ey 8T. AUGUSTINE. E. P.August 14tb 1843.. C I AI'New York, on the 13h: 'inst, Mr. ZsrHANiAH CENTER RODDY
( I' : ..r \(eat, Sept. 21. 1843. To the Honorable JOHN C.SFKNCEB, A large* fire occurred in London on,, the 21st. KINGLET, of Duval County, East Florida, Sept. 25t& 1843. &. Co s'

i' "The yellow fever has disappeared bere.i .- Secretary: of the 'l'rcasuryVashiuglon City: Augu., and propen/to the value of JKOOOde.( II aged 78 years. .,....t

i; :rhere has been ia all43 deaths Iron) this dis. SIR=undersigned, the Mayor and Uoun-: .stroyed. /The church of St. Olnves was burn : {Marshal Sa'e.In .F ::

i t, / [' gee the deaths.have been confined to unaccli cil U St. Augustine, beg leave to, represent to*Two couples, came to be married but found it in m1r oa &1a 4.V1JB1D'nm3aI tit Snperior Court of Ik* Eastern Dittritt ojPINC'J:
that both
you during the IridiJui War. and I I vtA Bttitat
up
rnat&l! Pe rsons. There is no news." to the ruins ; not to be thwarted however, the connubial MARINE JOURNAL
ViaoiffiA
present moment the coast of this Territory I ..t WATIOS by her 1 t k
1 has been without any murltime ptutrctiu-be- knot was tied amid smouldering remains I next f ead. E T J UK&I. | i
Lire "
Oak. lUg n bare and exposed frontier I of the altar.and ARRIVED. complainant. f r.
I i un which either were loudly cheered by the assembled
\ :. j By the last mail we received the following i smuggling, piracy, or the abductio. of slaves: I{, multitude. j 28th-U.. S. R. Scb, Crawford, Com. Day Sa and )I. Caa6e! J...kCHAar.t.

correspondence e be carried ,vannah. Roaioo Executor .I .... .
..
I which may :! uu with .
was forwarded Imp&Jnity-and a we '
I to '
us by Louis of F. M.
Phillip while AaatDOBoo.jasn-: :
:
taking an airing with his .
have
r< asoa to believe have
been r
t, i fur Delegate in.relation to Live Oak lands perpetrated, and other*. Defendants. j s
011
\ both by the Indians= and evil disposedUvhite family which might have resulted seriously (or : LIST OF LETTERS. PURSUANCK ;
of the
settled per.
Demo
: underibft armed IN aid or" ..mid. :j
I ''i. ;' oc upation'bill. ., BOOS iu connection -vith them. himself and the nation. While crossing draw. Remaining in be PuVfoffice at St.Augustine,Flo. (by his Hon. I. U. Bronsoa Judxe'&c))is tifr'

i I II I!, J... WAsautGTOK Sept. 171843. The undersigned are induced to address yoon u bridge over a canal the horses took fright and on the 30th Sept. 1843. which if not taken out i in CUM,I shall expose touts a pnblie Anct aubeGN
Su-Asl doubt not It will bo interca- the subject, at this paricular: lim '. in souse. I jumped over three mouths, will be be Court House door, in the city of dt. A.,..._
: quence of certain'receot occurrences which ; fortunately the harness broke sent to the Dead Leiler office on M nd'y the 12th dar of November next, If
Settlers at
t 'I l the 'new to learn the viow taken tend tv show not only that the slave property)' of and thus the royal family escaped from barm. in Washington, D. C. o'clock M. ascertain Dwelling House amid! Ltt ih..*;.

I, : by Government here as to their right to dis. the inhabitants of the Territory is threatened Spain is in a fiate of anarchy. Atdreu, Mrs. Mary 31 HaU Lieut. C. uate and being on George Street in the city -/g{.,'

:. pose of Lire Oak and other timber cut upon the with danger but also the peaceful relations of An insurrecton has broken in 'Buckley Mr G U Hale. Abraham Augustine. Eau, Florida bounded en then West fcy :,
land out Italy. Barker. Jutm Hmnan John Bridge< Street on tke East by George Ut''
they are the United States with a Power I diet,aa:
,S I clearing. I enclose to. you for sio.s arc in immediate wbuse posses- >dr. Aymer celebrated American vaulter ruwue. B.J. Judsoo. E. Z. C. North by a House and Lot of Mrs.. Perrault, aad sa ,

publication the opinion of the Attorney Genernl her and our emissaries neighborhood, afford while] performing at the English opera in throw. Byrne, Dr B 31 9 Knapp John L. the South by a House and Lot of Margaret Capo*., .''

recently 'given upon the call of the Navy De pering agents with oflr slaves and opportunities of tam ing a double sommerset fell upon his head and Cooper. Ambrose Kam Johi Jr. ing tbe "premisas formerly occupied ,by AJexu_',;
abducting them from died instantly. Cragan. Bernard: Magee Patrick 2 Watson ESQ. *
partmenu their owners--which, embarked as she is in the I (:uient.Joseph CompyMcJtibnitun John 2 G. JOHN BEARD U. 8- Marshal D.F. .

1' It may not ba Improper for me to add 1 that cause of abolition there can be no doubt of btf. PIRATES- is THK JAVA -INSURRECTION AT A,8 lufjr. a Compy Infy I By JAUES KEOGH, Dep'y Manhal. 't

the Secretary of the Nay bs ssurrd willingness toavail herself of audits U other- MANILLA THE CONFLAGRATION. are Clark' Caroline! Melnerny. Uennu Dated 21 October. 1843. 'xU.
me that wise shown pprmit.1 Clark, Ned
by the following facts: Meiers Bartolo d.: MAIL. 1
in his ted io make the following extracts from
application of m
the Darin
pri Waters
principles' of that The Alilurd. Wm *
opir- icctnl occurrences= to which we allude, va'te Juhnsoa Savanna and Florida
letter, dated Manilla, April 5, 1843, received Uav b Packet
i ion, he will observe the : Wm. B. UJdersar, ; :
r liberal course con. are, first, the absconding, some six weeks ago, by a tlemanin.this George< FOR PALATKA. (E. F.) ',' s
F.prlJoba
gC city, per ship Be'i.dere P..rter, Ju
f tjstent with ttcven slaves from ph W... VIA D/RIEN '
justice to the Government. Key West who seized a boat : Fogarty, Patrick Peek HVNSI"ICK.J1 MARTS JACK. .

Respectfully. in the harbor, and, though closely pursued succeeded I 'The passage from Batavia here was one of Flesbuaaq George P. Pal..iar Capu, Koponia F. 3 NVILLE,SLACK CREEK& PICOLATA.CARaTlXO .
in making their to the Bahama Farnr. Wm TBS V .a. _AIL TO rue ABOTX PLAC I.
escape li.
interest in
we being sight of land almost every Phillips, John L. I
Year Ob't. B.D.LEVY... HE owners of the Steamer 3T
rgl
islands where have : MATHEWS
they ever since been sheltered Forry. damuel:
tbe Ridlon, Silk
day. During the Java Sea
.. ., .. and bjive no doubt.been made.free. Ibkquf'"at passage through Gylea CbarlM 2 ROM. John M, have chartered a fteambuatfo take the,place
t; .tea r., .,we here: cbaie4.br Jwo pruascrag'about.t, e of their Boat while UDdwrilepe< -I
).. : I-IAIf! II'M... Esq. editor or tne; ,' HCrafi tt/this/ ( seven till>> gr oes, two -of them' .employed size\ of our slooPS-full{ ot pirates. During the Greta Hill 1'1/aa.'Ii. 2 Setpa. John trip only.' fir'efew;
S.
"" B.
.. sailors on board the schooner Walter night we put out all lights on board altered the Hilt, Smith Elias This Boat will leave 3arannahfortbepbavetea .(
i F.
.. ATTOXHXT GKX'L'S Orricc, Ala vessel in the service of the United States ship's course, steered by the stars, and so-n lust Hutchinron pant IIr,. John S Taylor Tnomas. Daol.J. places every Sa/arrftjr..at 4 o'clock. P.;.Ji cart, liler $ >

+ 11 AUI. 1841. made their escape in tha pilot boat of this har.1 sight| of them. The pirates come from the I Island UutcbilUon.Joha S. Tilloo.John Robert'B. the artival l of the Boats from CLarlrsioa. Oats ,:;

1- SIR:-! bad the honor to receive your -Communjcntion bore, hawing lint possessed themselves of of Mindon and,C lebes. Hutchin.n. Juhn W. WeWoa.Jou/U return will leave Palatka every IJtrnntUy nfiniaf. :

I of the 9th iosl, stand of muskets which formed a part of the 'During the last month there was an insurrection liutchioon. oophia B.Sliify/ Compy and Pkolata amt day at IS o'clock M. "+
,! requesting my opinion armament of the above vt veL There U littleduubt this caused Hofi'wen. Juhu Ton Boat will arrive in Savannah every jlfn&f."-"
t. at ,
f place principally by one : Wigbtmao; Or John S. 2
: I Whether the Settlers on the public lands they have made as the first party of fugitives i of the old Catholic priests, who altered his be Heath Juh'i T. wtbrrspooa.Jas 31 cB 2 in time. to connect' with the Cnarleston- boats, wairft*,, ;

; .. in East Florida under tbeact to provide for the I did, for the Bahama Islands, having taken lief.< and began to preach in Manilla city but Hall At! S. \VJaelerWillerd.. lea ve the mm Gout eveningPaswge .- 'i

r i t armed, occupation and settlement of the onset with them compass, and n sufficient quantityof I waisoon banished from that place under pen- JOHN M. 'FUN 'ANE Post muter S through tn Chailfr Pjlatkf '. Freight ot ,
tied provisions to last them in a run to that place.: nltv should he St.Augustine 1 t. F.
,'!4; part of thapaninsulaof EaslFloriA are of death enter it train. From. : Uct. lit 1843 age. apply to C tpt, McN lt!, on board.<>r to Yf
It must be seen that such occurrences. while thence he went to the native ; I JAS 11. .
j ..1 entitled immediately ; villages, where : COLK.AFe t. Vil ath f .
the T1
by simple act of Set. they tend daily to lessen the and there- f & LEXANDrtlA BOARDING
security .i there was quartered a'regimeut soldiers and I' 6CUOOL.-Tbexjft. A... COLLI\.-. A1 -'U. Black; { frrtk;
Uement
: a to cut and sell at their discretion the fore the value of species: of property on which began to preach, and soon obtained many fol. exorcise in tbi niiiutii will be rewtueduu and FLRbAADEZ: di OI Z BEE.

't } .. Live Oak and other Umber, on the whole tbe prosperity of the Territory mainly depends |lowers. The Governor of Manilla forthwith oi Uw* J 1 ib pf w ihn; 9th month(September.) 1'becuur. I .\::=!ut Jjf I 1.si>o.ille.
.. there other circumstances study very "xteuare. cum .ri-HD* every br cch'of.u
GEORGE
are
connected with
Q.uartaSection to the HAA3, Aent ;
*
t ; and if not what conditions sent a regiment destroy town and pea Eug.Uti Mathematical U'4"3;
.. this last occurrence, which afford good grcnnd: | or Cla+aical l Education: September 3tlth 1843.
and ple a< well u fire Modern
stipulations must t be fulfiled by them be Uuguage a.id drawing.
,/ .. 'I i ..lore they for believing that there exists in some quarter, '(This regiment was composed most of sol I 'The -tudeuis. the number ui wb entitled
are so 'to cut and sell the and probably in the Bahama Islands, a regu diets drafted from the city.) The 'moment they many only as can be cllwuf'ilb.y.-ccuu.O\Jatrd in the WEEKSJafW I date Itha l relra! .*
aaiy ro
t
S. SIX
j I. timber on the QuarterSectioD. on which they larly organized system for the adduction of our arrived they turned to and killed all their off buildiux*.are {i/trau Jin alt respects a. part uf the St.,John,. County for l llt!i. of AdmNlNtlal

have .0 tied." sla'es-or for aiding and abetrrag them in escaping I jeers, and with the assistance of the old priests laui.lv ; they are exnscted{ regularly tu all II1J divine tlOIl de horn. oon upon the estate ofrhlue& J'ha '.

I The.Act in question entitles be- from their owners. The circumstances (followers marched to Manilla and at night w r.hip oath! aabbiUt, and c verb Cffoc u wade to B Strong \\'ii. '') :\ .\ IN._ .
any 1 person that lead to Ibis belief are : that a few days after 'cae l the w.Ulof one of the largest forts see '"'effei their rest. a
''f M ing the head of a family or single man over ,the occurrence above mentioned a suspicious cured all that were in it-and then blew one, Tue t"wn i>f Alexandria is pee-iliarlj adapted to I .
1 up the
.
t Eighteen* years of age able to bear Arms," sail appeared to lurk bn and oft the har end of it. .location of an ii.stiii<:iou0l ih>akiuds b-intf helthy. :
bur of this free Gum surh pubic ol PHILLIPS SEN'R.' RH pt"Cfftllly.vinf..rlnJ
that places diiersiu '
place so her excited as are Mfe-
movements
.. who has made or shall within one year after the general attention. On \fter.that they proceeded to the Magazine. CtlcuUted toiuiitrir v it t. anA din.cjy pun the great thhnbuautsnflhef'i' i.yofSt.etuvtiru" :
being boarded tbe
'. passage oC the let make an actual settlementwithin Pijots, she was found to have by which had but one entrance and that way sr- Njiith0ru i << ni.d dun rw-ru Mail route. Thv building* (bat hr &ropiit* U"th'r'PZItOlia Io + ';a '
rather ,
a !ro op-
numerous ol'
doors. the
cured iron ; Insliiution .
seven They succeded in
: the part of Florida therein designated, I to Crew oO't. rd-but appeared to be otherwise by are in the' most elevnitd and pleasanp .1 SCHOOL, a* w "n n* n utlicHMit; hU/ntkrUf IJ.
forcmg three of them when, much to their sur. -[tuf the KIWI,; and from iu remarkable cu..- piN will
+! one quarter section of land certain conditions !i unusually light, or only in ballast. The Cap. reuiruer warrant hiiiitl-uti; s.-\\.hlctJ lIumhef" "'
.
,
upon poise the fort was retaken by the Governor's \V..llult.O aud iu other "d"' a jea. IU -: he tnt"-ndi
i. tain, however on being questioned as to his destination ,IiKtituiion has fur I to bInurrd.., Thtbrancb*-* he ,
therein prescn ted. troops who marched into the Fort and alter a, | u arl a qutrter .f f a reniuty pu'I
j stated, that he in search received the formerly taught n> thUruy will| bf'conJifi'i iinclu -
These was of a market little skirmish took them all prisoners. A few patrin ge of members of louerrsa. .
conditions, that be shall obtain for heads of { ,iing TBIGilNOMETRT' !' (
a wbich ScKVETISG
; bisgcargo. he represented to tie of days since 62 of them were shot, and 48 llrpenwruts, and uth r' whom buctuenc lEDMSTRV. -
/' permit from the Register of the Land Office: in salt-the vessel itself being,as he said,from Rum ed to death. stran- IU to ihe seat or Government. NAVIGATI'JN. NICTICAU AsTk-j.ii'ji? slid ,

the District In which be I proposed to settle, describing Key, one of the Bahama Islands. He neveithe- g "Last Saturday. there was a tremendous fire, The Philosophical. Cheuiic.il. and Astronomicalappaia i BO"E KEEPING.-T.R1JS-n"d..tak pu'ah( t
Jess l : at us of the Institution whctbai been gradual alf quarterly iu advn,>c >. Xn PupifMfc'U for
on being left( by the Pilots immediately <: .
be intended put this which
place where the settlement is place consumed about 2000 buildings .1 ly fur :>
j then
ss
bout aeciimuUtmg many jears.eotuuta of an unu- a quarJl"r-and full
and a iiwfrueti
steered: in the wake of the Walter U j quartrr -
to be made that he shall reside io said Territory -the vessel from bicb a portion of the ne and came near destroying the whole city. It is I Dually beautiful and extensive codec ion. and such n always gi.n.-i'.r TERM+ apply to him at
(painful to go onshore and see the people ; some additions the dvancement of scimce calls fur the ;
five consecutive that he residence o( J AMES M. GOULD? .
years shall erectOD groes escaped, and which bad just previously EsqV. -,
have
have lost their children,and some their parents, I I been made since the close of the session. A
his settlement a house fi\t for the habitation l left this port for Key West. by the flames. You cannot go ten pAces among large'Asuriiuomical Kefractiug Telescope propeily CT: A separate room., for Young Ladles. .

uf man, and shall dear enclose, and cultivate lace the absconding of Ibo negroes, tbe slave tbe rums without coming in contact with a I Bounted.an- Gtted up wiUr Micrometet, i. Mr. P. will commence his school to marrow

fit least five Acres ofiaKd land, and reside thereon of a gentleman to whom"one of the fugitives corpse.-Boston Transcript. now on its way to Europt. The cabinets belonging< at tbe'residen of II'I.Loring. f-
-
the
belonged bid stated to bis master that the lat. V to diSereatdepartmenbof Tiatmti Hiaiory.have Oct. 3, 1843. .

for Ura space of four years next (following ter slew nights before he absconded; observed GOOD NATO**.-The Plymouth Rock treats also been much enlarged' during the pUt J'''. They .. -

i the ftp. year after the date of.$ts permit if he to some of his comrades, that a British vessel the'presidetitial question in the following consist tt of the mineralogica ettbinet. which aonb rabmtfiftMB .,

&UeolOJlllive- befftfell l..jdlincrDOlear would noon be o'tUie' port and that there would aunt style. plea binS hrradred speciuiees; a ;ollecurn of HE Saddlery .
aumeroua 8obscribertepeetfally hifonrutHA ekixsaeAdgnstiaeaad
comprising
1 ... after gxoaOEicjr of..taid laodsand the opening be o6t"a good their opportunity trtedom. for" those- who. _wished itto "In lookitfg over list of candidates-for the. ef.1''srheJUe easily elaamiied and species iabelled.Coed an CataioM-cabinet of St ;' its aaytbet.Ae. "' ,.

of tbe proper Office before I Under a I Wbitehouse we find them' to be, aW of them the logical. cabinet and a Herbarium ;(gr 'M a... of j est tamed front Savaosuli wi&sr atipply of Jlaw- <
prove ucKTrfbu. I these circumstances, the undersigned jewels of our country, bright and sparkling,and ..tsh. together with Maps, Globes, and library, no rial tor the above biuin......a4t.kea'he Store sa**
nal and in lOCh mann f Fand>> font the earnestly petition,'that Maritime Force Messrs. .
as cun- proper whether in domestic retirement or in public) charge M made. joining B' E. C.n" C.:fonaerfj( oceapW
r \ missioner otthe Gen. Land Office, with they p. be stationed on this coast for its protection and station, wherever: they are they arn distinguished TIle School year consists of forty-six weeks. and by Mr.Nelson as a shoe tore; where. all) work eatrast'

provalof 1 the*PlesideDt shall the fact that at least two Cutters be ordered to ply regu ornaments of society. Mr. Calhoun the is divided into four quarters of eleven and a half ed to bis care shallieceiva prompt attention.
pieseat larly between this harbor and Key West, so as profound weeks each. Terms fur board lodging washing and G. WHARTOIf.
statesman and whose 17.1843.W.
e that the, settlement. has been commenced and: to form a check on our laes along the seaboard will make him beloved patriot, the moral and purity l I tnitioa ia all the branches except French aad Draw SL.Aofustine Sept.

the quarter section upon whch it Us been I loca. ,'and on those whom it is believed keep up by all-Mr.) Van Buren by the good sholar, respected jar- l ing, one hundred and eighty< dollars per year, eachquarter JACKSONVILLE LI\E' OF 8 rAGj'8 CAK1I-

led shall >within: six months: after the expiration a communication' with them, io order' to withdraw rot and statesman whose democratic Pl''viii they particulars payable a advance.Circular will To be those dew., (i n ING THE U. S. MAIL.v
forwarded
of fire from of them from thfr owners ; aDd|,who may incite and upon fBlHE above line of '
t years the date hb.permit prove pies urbane manners have gained him application to the principals. stages baow raaaiagreff,
-. in liked manner the fact of continued residence them to still more pernicious acts against friends and zealous admirers-Gov. Cass the For the information of such u reside in. d'l JL lady between St.AugastiM aad JackssBtt
l '
the latter. pa. iot statesman and scholar ; a man firm i in Stales, W. refit lotto following kenUemen, all of leaving St. AngustuM Tneadaya and SataraVyfl at 3
02n ctrttiraUon. We have the honor be whom nave lad o'clock. P. M.. returning.leave* Jaekeav.eTa s-
to principle and f great goodness of heart, his sen*or wards ia Insutntion dills"
Upon the compl !Dce.witb these conditions Sir, your obed't serti'ts, services has won the gratitude of a on lion-Col.I the'past ...00. 6 dtjt.at 6 oVJock,!and Friday at 4" P.M.. iatenseting -

the Settlers will be entitled to a patent for the ABRAHAM DUPONT, Johnson, the patriot warrior and statesman, the Hon. Alexander Barrow West Baton Rojoe La.; the-r..I"\lnlrli..tlack Lancaster, Mi villa, raaai"g aMNewlo"D viaNewaansviBe

,r quarter aecLiootPoa which his settlement shall I A Moytrtf City of St.. Augustine. REAL Tippecanoe heroism has gained for Pedro L. Beget Eq. ; 8L Aogo tme. E. F.; Thomas L. Sawultss. priBgi.
Brent Esq. Geneses Co Mich Hon. Cve Johnson
have been mad<<. d the act explicitly. decla + PEDRO MANUEL 13ENE'Cn CRESPO. 1 himself the a popularity kind-5Jr.more or less extensive of ; CbarkaY Ue.Teaa ; John S.; Gallaher, Esq.-, For ftmber.iDfonaatio....._ire oft E. t8ttr.8L
positive Buchanan kind Augustine *
hear
that the title thereto shall beforeand EML AUermen.MA a Richmond, Ya.;James J Hanna EM}.. New Or- or
not vest avoids J. MEDEC1S. led gentleman, a sound scholar $. P. CUMstlNG *.
; j a profound 1 .leas. La.; Gen. Jo*. M. Hernandez. St. Augustine. ,Agea N
.U wles,gifts, devises, bonds HEW SO LA NO, lawyer, an Aug. 23.
/ agreements, accomplished statesman-all of E. F.: C. C. Hyatt. Esq., Bladensburg, Md ; Jodge *
:' or powers to sell, transfer or liens whatsoeverof L. .... In witness whereof the Corporation Seal 1 whom are democrats and will be trusted any,' Beuj'a Johnson, Little Kock. Ark.; Henry Hiaze F. ., .ae -

sue) land or .any portksf thereof made at is affixed. tlerk P. B.DUAl i1S where, j I I E-q Lancaster, f o. Penn ; Hon. Louis F. Linn, St. Sale of tbe: PUBLIC 'BU1LDING3 at G*
of the Council. Now we feel Geoeveive. Mo. Francis THE
Nixon/ ,
t purpose as we extremely good- Esq. PerqaimaD'I '
advertised fa
.BUek Cm E. F.
Ferry .
any time before such'pateDt shall bare kx tied. natured I CoN. C.. Cot RJ&ard ;
to-day, and would offend noon,, to' ; P. Pile. nest Georgetown D.: take place OD the 20th insL, is nnavoi it is therefore except in the contingency pro TREASURY DEPAjRTMENT, I' put them all into the national convention and I"C; Albert; G. Pbillios Esq.Jacksonville.{ Fa.; Col. ed until the 14thNovember next; on wkieli pests dark;

prided for by the 6ih Section of the Act. tbat ibe : Sept. 1843. { grind them through fairly, nod tbe one thai t!: A Gen M. M. U P shave. Ft. Towson Choctaw Nation.; will take plaea aa adverted, Uetjc .Cel. .r. '

.. title CUD in no case rest in settlertjll five : GU.TIEKE1I-Your letter of ae 14th Augustlast flours best shall be tbe candidate to run tbe I Mootfort Wells Red River, La. Gea. T. T. Hut, D'j, Q'r, Di't..G nl. '.. the 9ia A-* la***
.. any requesting that a Revenue vessel may be pat race against the> "Virgin Bftfcr." Who I|I yYiUiaasoaWastuagtoaArk. J. M. HILL Cairt.&AAsst.QVJMVs Q' M
.rtrwljiall ban eta peed. and unjj then, upon ,,stationed S|. Augustine, fur the purpose of objects" I. CALEB. S.1IALLOWELL & BROTHER Office.i8u t

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.. ,' Di ie to'Applicants u'r the Florida Armed OCtupatio7.Act 'o the 1'0.r- I -I.. I. the superior .Court '

Permit Ptl" Ner niit. Name ofAPPIu'at. QurCtr [cctitl.. Tcne Ai1'. II. FOR THE DISTRICTOFEASTFLOBIDA. r
{ '. .4tA Aw'ust, 1842, to whom PEIC:1lITS have been granted on 8 urt- :! IN'BANKRUPTCY .

-fl 'VEVED Lands. I> C"I I IUtl, July Juhr Sander, North We.t 3 ten i weary threee In the .matter of SAMUEL 'WILLIAMS, a

"". a i. hereby given tothechAS of Applicants above m u.ioned: t who are designate4iu the e"c1o". 6 44 lntb. July HeurFtlU n"ider, South East 6 thirteen "en&y one & Bankrupt.
.NUTlct ., .1 .. l;53; I 1'?!!h F PreYatl, North Welt to order of the Superior Court
i that the 1 :'<:ri,1Jof f). E Yr.aR" atlpvN bythesal t Ar.l for provint the f.ictth..1 'h"= e"''"' july Joseph ten s twenty two e51" PURSUANT an
.' pent lap been CO'"," ue.d."nd the! prttcuhir Quarter ,SeClII1I uh,ass wllictl it j" I l.c'lled"' will rxpne un tls.1I&1 (. I,lll,, JI'Y: //SlIm.1' E H..iley, North.Eaat 3U thirteen twenty one et of East Florida, NOM i b hereby
? of paeealer, 1.43 that tiewg on: year trans tile debt on11 cla the JteF'e't au.I Itcccl\'tr of tine: ;.,) 14dl jll11 lulus Carroll, North West 24 ten I warty two e given that the hearing of the Petition of aid Williatni : -
( 06were prt'prt:fl to act un'er' the Law tutu I J Ita;'t j.iy Wiley Black, North/ West 6 thirteen! wenty are e h for hit discharge and certificate will take placeon

1'be ue therefore hereby r'q4Ielltl'lt w file with the Reol"l .111' (;h't'f at :\lnvu.Filrid"!! : era ':o',! 14!h1aty! John tVsll south West 6 thlllp.en twenty ogee Monday, the 13th day of November next, at 10
bere'the1UI data .ui..r.tfJry Irl"f p irsnant to toe requsrt uenu.11w ai-p,ell:.'nhoned ui'i j411. J'IlY John ihcildA, south West lU thirteens twenty twos o'clock, A. M.. and that all persona interested.may -
.r dock pr..r.shoa'd t he the .1ppteam: '.Ih\n atlidavit cnrrnb'..rlt'e'. by th'.. te"UIIItI.y of 'wo .1' more di".; 671, Ibti;J'lly SUQUlon E Zippererejr. North West 34 eleven I fifteen e how cause if any they hare, before said Court at
lalmJII;;d and eonlpl.elll wllne""f" ;' Which; prouf should give all lilt Irticul..r. III tutha "elltelllelll- 677 15'hJ'lly! John M Zipperere; jr. North Well 8 twelve a fifteen e r67d that time; at the CourtRoom in the City of St. Augustine *
)51ts'tiiy Tbomu J Zipperere, North East 33 eleven Steene why, the said Samuel H. Williams should
dale or itecommenceme+ t-IIlld description of the particular Qualter Section .in wbict,il II mct!. I
Witness the proof required io the oregoing< i. filed Otl or,before the date specified, the Applicants will bi9 151b July oteph E Zipperere, South West 3 twelve I fifteen e6riU not receive hit discharge and certificate as a Bank
..
151h uly' tutu M. Zip stare,.enr. North last 8 twelve fifteen e rnpt.
forfeit all titht tili'e, anti daim to land ender thp.ir IJerruit" I a \
6 11 15thJ'II, 4' Willia.rs 1 Uart. IuUlh: East 24 len I fifteen egill And notice is hereby further given, that General
.. --
# 161hjuly \VilJalim D Andrews, south East 3 'twelve s firlcen e JOSEPH M. HERRAVDEZ has been appointed by this
N. DateR( Pmnit. Name oJ Qxarter Suti .. TDlDUAil Ratrge.ter : 6d3.! J5t1 duly Francis \V Durrence, South Vest 34 eleven I fifteen e I Honorable Court ASSIGNEE of the estate of the said -

686 Ibtb July ReabornJ Standly, North Faet 23 thirteen I twenty e6s8 .. Samuel H. Williams.and that'said Joseph M. Her-
,t ..._.._. ---- --- --- 15tbJIII1 Alfred Hagan, North Est 1 thirteen 8 went e nandez resides in the city of St. Augustine, in East
3 19tb Decfmher nho Frederick Miller. South West 21 Thirteen South Twellly ElJlt. L89 J5thJuly Elizabeth Hagan south West I thirteen I twenty e Florida, and that letters for him (post paid) should! be
16 1.1 Deeember. William Turner :Suuth East 14Thlrteen, a wenty two e 690 15thJul' Daniel B HOll1nl, :o5outh West I I eleven I twenty two e directed to him at that plac*. -
17 ht December, Ed-ard 8nnton. South Fast Twelye, I w"ntyone e 691 15th ulT William J Turner South West 24 thirteens twenty tbrpe e Dated at 3t.'Airtnst' e. E. F. 21st August. 1843. a
19 !d December Daniel \V I.oa. North Vest 34"1'welve, I twenty o'sie 693 l'tbJulT Robert Davis, NorlbEsst 15 thirteen a twenty two e Attest, GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS Clerk.
7' December GaUillher. South West I Eleven I twenty twoet 696 17th Henry A IVickwies, il ten I we 1ft) three e By JESSE A. BRUSH Duty Clerk.
33 U. December nbn Cbr lt'r 8herooH. South East 26ITwelte I nineteen e 709 18tblulyIuly John H Heck, South Eatt 2'' te" a went) two e .August
31: lat Deeember Allen DiXon Doullaa, South West IS Twelve I nineteen e 715 J9th Joly !.rthi DaUlpeer, E elr N. W. I eley..n. Iwellty two e
+ 31 In December amen CrOlby. South We.t 26 = welve a' t"en\r 716 )9th July JamelChi North East 29 twelve a twenty e Regimental Order*.
Ri I" Daoembu aroa G.rraer.; South Eat 25 elve i twenty e .. 717 f.. David hell, South West 29 ten a twenty Iwo. I ST: AITGUo7'IN 30th Anf oaf, Ib43. '.

"(tSl pel Jaoaa7.": __ ::... dn D,. Yoaa,. South Bat". Twelve ..s. .. twenty' .. .. -'. ...719. #} }19tbi'ltl .of'I: _,,'''''. J.asesJebnaenraxs Soutbru, .f ij : *.a.\g.. weuyai..'w "/ Officercoaimabdiojttbo ., Js4' .ad Sd,Batt., -.":"- "
'Jtt.id',e4# ; -e&ti+ W' 'l i etiC"cith"West Tri1Y.% 'tw.otf. "" ': .1>c0 Deouis.AI Patrick, ;. North East 26 twelves twcatyel ,' JL.; lions of the l&fffiegtoeat 'of fbrirf*:,JHUitia, ,
ag Dd Ju.aff William! Piiet. 25 Twelve l I pia"'D e 7:12 19tbj sly Chari.Sweet; onth .1 thirteen twenty one e wUl take the necessary step to'.have their eoBHuard '

:/4 .87 dJaneary. Granville Priest, South'Welt 29 -twelye I 'C fWen;,e a. 739.. 22d ulr Michseldeyery, :SouLb .Welt 2 thirteen i weuty e grganized in conformity with the Acts of the Territory
39 2nd Jnuary Emra Pri..t. South East 3'8 Twe1fe{ I aiaa ere 744 '22cJ ull M'Jbew Chwer,, .. South West II twelve I '' ,irte..n ,and incompliance with the orders of Brigadier
nel January lease Cra.rd North West 33'l welve, I ,twenty 745 2-ld Jnl! Daniel Lynn" \ South Weat 2 twelve s Sheen u General JOSJCPE M llcniunDEZ commanding the =
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4J IcI'Jaoll&l1 Emanuel Cnwrord. South West 33 Twelve t' twenty e 746 22dnly Obh C er, Sooth East 2 twelve I fir eera It I Eastern District of Florida, for the inspection of the '
43 i.dJlnuarl oliah Seckirrger.t South Eut 2 Thirteen I nineteen e 147 22d July William"Seou, North East 2i: thirteen I twenty three :, Inferior General. They will direct the Captains
45 4 h Jbluar Benjamin Crews South E\tIt 35 Twelve twenty e 148 22I ull William 0 Thomas, South Fast I thirteen I twenty three Companies t'ihave every man sabjcct'to'peifom MiIttiadnty -
g tb JauuarT. -jmun Wil.oo. South East 26 Thirteen I eijhtee. e 750 i'll u11 am" J Connell, North'\\\'est IJ: thirteen I twenty two in tlleirresoective Belts summoned toap-
&i Ib hnuul Bernard Skeftin&tonl' Twelve I twenty 151 22d J'I\.r\ George HantoS52 a, South West 24 twelve I .wenty it pear on parade at 1 l6 A. .&1. on the Ctk day of Nnemkr a
North Eastis 4 Thirteen twelrty one next and have then and there two Muster KoIIs.
M' tliJanuarl uho'D't"II', twenty e 22a1July Barrel Tqlor Smith East .21 thirteen a e
a M 9tIt.Janaarr William Mills; ,21 Twelve: I twenty e l 154 41hj tlly William H Cohen, North East ::14 eleven I twe"-f tbree one forthe Inspector General, and one for the Adjutout's
81 Ion. January HeRflnew, I 33 Twelve twenty e 756 24th1sly : Curtis C.rol, North East; 2E thirteen! a twenty once office. "
r 61 ltb.Janua.., James D Jones, South East 11 thirteen a nineteen e'in 1a7 24t'. lIly Richard D Prise North East 12: thirteen 8 weul1 one e By order of JOSEPH S. tf'lrCDZZColonel.Cona': ;
i 16th JanaarT amen Turner. '. South Welt 14 thirteen a twenty two e 151:5: 241hjuly Aleo RoddellbCfrry, South EII.t 28 thirteen a twenty one e 13th Reg't,'F. )J. '
a 71 16tb January George Turrllu, South West 22 thirteen I twenty two e 159 24tlquly} William J Bevan, North West 33 thirteen 8 twenty one e JNO. LOTT PHILLIPS, Capt. and Adj't. .
lib 16th ..AnalfT William Daniels, NorthiEaat? 2 Eleven I twenty two e 760 14th July Brlt'oll Brllllc i, 8flUlhVest 311 thirteen s 'Itwer.tY nee e Sept. 4. .
' 74 16th Janll8ry Wtley Daniels. South East 2 Eleven I twenty two e 171 24t.. jttly William \V Scott, North East Ii thirteen i twenty two e 1 notice.

II' 18tb Janllarl James Pile.., South East 15 thirteen I twenty two e 17 2 :.!"tllJuly elle EThomaa, North East I thirteen twenty three:& undersigned intending to remove to the .
1(3 23d Janlllil Samuel Eiele, South East 35 Ten a twenty two e 173 24thJ'lly Nicholas. 'rhomSI, H'"th East: 27 twehe s ..went1 two e THE offers forsale
sElizobetb'Hobkirk North' West 3v Ten s twenty Iwo 24tb James Dickinson North that very deSirab!
144I45 t3d January e 774 july Fast 3t th'rteen" twenty One e
4 i34Jannary James Long, St1 North East 31 'Ien I twenty tbrlt' e 776 24thjuly Samuel Snider, Nortb West 2'l thtrtren wellh one e plantation" known'as the "White Oyster Shell '
January SltlO..C Uowren, South: Well 35 thirteen twenty e 1dl l'slbluly Martha Rltidangbt. North West ,36 Ihlfteen I (wanly e Bank. Situated on the North River, nine
17J :1Otb Janolll Coroelium Barber, Norlh' East 11 eleven I twenty two e 73:3 25th July William Connell, North Fast: 2 thirteen I twenty Iwo e miles north of St. Augustine, containing one
'r J88 30th JinollY Warren Heanill, North,West 30 thirteen I twenty one e 185 25th duly .me.T Connell, North Welt 26 thirteen 8 twenty two e hundred and sixty acres about 50 acres clear. .
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1A1 ht February Councel stokes, out'st 24 ten I twenty two e 7t6:! 25th Jllly A H Foster North East 2'.l thirteen I 'wenty""o e ed nnd in cultivation and 100 acres of excel
>" 190 3d March lames 1"two. South East 20 thirteen s twenty e W2 25th july Clatns Sberouee North West 21 I thirteen wanly e l lent wood land. It is i beyond question the most '

191 3d Mink William Curry 'eDr. South West 10 tbirteen' twenty e 803 25th July Israel Sherouse, Nurth Ellst 21 thirt-en I eplY8Su9 desiraole location on the River, being advanta- .
I" Marsh lessee D. Dykes, South Welt 2'.l" tbirte I twenty 26th July .m8l'1 HI Clnbottom. Sooi6 West 27 twelve I twenty twos gtously situated. for raising tbe tree.
Set March James Bliich South East 2" thirteen a twenty e 812 !july t Jam I R Uy.n, North West 11 thirteen I wentyetU3 with excellent planting Iand also orange
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'a 191I04 3d March ieorge J Currl. South Nest 31 thirteen twenty e 2611, July Andrew McClellan. North Welt HI thirteen !wellty e a large
195 Marab William Curry. jr, Nortb East 14 thirteen a twenty eI9R 814 26tbJvly ohn B U". South Went 9 thirteen 8 'wentye, quantity! Superior Oak Wood conveniently s
to
water .
March .. (.enrge'Sawls. North Welt twelve I nineteen ed 819 26thJllly Thomas \V Sweet, South Ea/11 11 I thirteen twenty e Navigation.The .,j
191l M..b < George Tison North East 28 thialeen I twenty fl'll 261hJuJy ohn Filman, North EaRl 6 eleven I twenty two e place has now on it two framed buildings
K .a le2 b March Daniel Harre", South West J thirteen I nineteen e 8t'2 26th July lames U Filman, North Vest 8 elf'nn. .II..Iweo'y twoettl3. one nearly :new 18 by -20 feet, also, about 100

241Itb March Benjamin Granthl\m. south West I thirtlon I nineteen e 2tSlhJ.llly James Davis, North Wellt 9 thirteen I twenty bearing Orange trees, besides the Fig, Poach '
.268 IOda March John G Dam P ur, South West It, eleven a twenty two e A30 26th July Harrison Cronk, N..rlh W..sc 111) thirteen a ttwrlily e and other fruit trees. The Orange insect has
H9 10th Mach James Bevill!, North Ivest JI eleven I twenty twos 83J 26.h Juty William Jobs, .en. south Nest 30 tw, lye. twenty one e never mode its appearance on the place. .

2 m 13th Marsh 11ar halt 3u ten I twenty three eR 833 27thjul, Charles Roach North West 17 thirteen a ,twellt one e I will also Rent, Leese or Sell, the place on
m 13lh March. William hat), 3u) ten I twenty thee e SW 27lbjuy( \IIJllltU' E Morel. North East iweve; s twenty ODe 0 which I now reside known as A'Renta a most. "
292 18th Mush Rtr.llard Howard Sooth East 30 twelve a twenty t ne e 8:35; 27thlulf Solomon GoCtwi... Sout t.lIt 19\\ twelve I'tweuh once healthy nnd desirable residence ,
293 lo1J.h Marcb William II Mears, North Edt JO twelve I twenty ine e tI36 27tbluly Willie Chamberlain, South Welt tell. twenty two e the seperated tom!
2 5 24th March Enoch Hollingawortb, South West 24 twelve t eighteen e 8n: 27iblult Henry Lancaster North East 241 eleven II! !fifteen e city bv the St. Sebastian River. ,It has a

:131 1 3d April Leodociul M Neal, North West 3-l thirteen a twenty ono e fi38 27lb jiily Thomas \\'eeks, North f.a+t 33 ten I sateen e dwelling house and all necessary out ,houses,
38: &b April :Solo moo Moody North West 2d twelve I twenty twos 841 27th July Ilhua stiller, South Eaet 2et twelve I twenty with about 40 acres of cleared land, and n large
3(5 JClh April Abraham Knight, South: Weat 1 twelve a fourteen e 64 2 27th July Benjamin Mills" North Fast: 27 twelve twenrv e and excellent Plum Grove.' The open land has
t 348 15th April John Baxter, \.. North Welt 9 ten I fifteen c'3t9 84d 27lhJllly William P Brooker, Worth East 3t ten I twenty three e not been cultivated for four yeais-enclosed
15th April John C Hope, North East 8 ten. s fifteen e3rtO 8M 2r4'h4nly John'Fownaend. South West IU twelve Gfteene with a good fence. .
15th AJ'rii James Turner. North Welt r thirteen I twenty.e 857 28thjuly Godliff 8herOUNr North East 17 thirteen twenty e Toe above: property will be disposed off on
'.. 3.C 171b Aril William W Johnson 22 twelve I !went y b&J 28 bluly rame" S Harvey, North. West 27.! t"elve. twenty twos. accommodating terms, all information in res-
r i 35S 17th April Ablolem W Joiner, South East 26 twelve I, twenty e &il 28 hluly John S ParriAb, North West 2v) en! a fifteen e ppct to it, can be had on application to \V. A.I .
t, 3.6 17th April Sim p eon Johnson, south: East 3J thirteen eightap e' 863 WtbJu11 LewisUa.lielt. South East 1 twelve 10 tweniy three e Forward .
I ...37 .22cL\p&.q.: ....._ J.:1W Juhnaon North West 2 twelve .' tw-Jt'Q. ...' 8tiit.:! .. '-IaJUI,r .. naie.l HaSaea,. ": oatfrWqt ;...1.. _.. ... wawt"lbte I ber ar A'RenTa.EqvSt.possession Augustine* or to theaubscri-! '
P North Welt t tw.IYe I 6r. 8b'7 nhn Sooth West 3I pi'mtf.'l; of
i :178 l' April. Zaeharia Davis. eell e 29lhJIIII' Seyery. thirteen I twenty
I 3"5 h' May KQbert Corbatt, South West 99 ten I. twenty three e ti69 29lh lIly -met T Berill North Wet It thirteens nineteen e January. F.L.DANCY. } a ug.28 1843.f .

3q ; ht May John Deuv !forth tast 29 ten 8 tweuty three e 87'2 20th July William U Branch, North West 1 thirteens Iwehly one et:73 Notice
; c "M 81b May Richard: Radcliffe' Noah East 2i thirteen I twenty twos 'l9tb july SimeCln'lIane", North East 28 twelve II twenty two .
4n7 8tb Mal lieurre F Guyer lIrlh We'l 10. thirteen s twenty two e 874 29UI+"ly flhn C Mink, North East 27 twelve 8 tWellly two e IS HEREBY GIVEN to all whom it may concern,
40A 8th Mlt/ -\nn b1antthwm, North West thirteen twenty two e 875 31f1tJIJI 'tephen lJ.mpe. t: S. \v. 36 ten II went; two et136 that the Subscriber will six week from liiv, date
t .00 81h I"y Sigmarrt Zackarllyeck, .. North East 14 thiteen I tweuty two 3tl'tJ"Iy John Cury, ollth West 2i twelve II nineteen e thereof apply to tbe Judge of the County Court of ,
r'q: 10tb May lama lit King"ley. North Welt I. eleven I t"'ellty two e 8d1 31st tdy tephf'n fa an. unth West !9 thirteens twenty e S,. John'* County for letters of ad jjinist ration, with .
414 Illth Mill \ld..rf Canton U ten I I"'ellty three e 888 31.t July .lathes McNabb, North East In ten I twenty three e the will anne edon the estate of the late John Forl.es

t.: 418 12th I"yl 'lRcJllhn( N.hrth Neal 5 thirteen! a twenty 0118 e 9u2 3d Asrrtust Alfred H. Junes, :south East, 29 thirteen twenty one .e deceased. _v. SANCH Z. d ,
417 12th May ; Joseph Inrtty; South West f thiriero twenty one e 9Oi: t 3d August, l1f'nj.min MINufy nuth Welt 26 twelve I tw"nly'two e ,
42'2 Iith fay Daniel Cnn,..,.. North EII.t 12 el".en. tweuty two e 926' 4th August Daniel McCaffrey, North Lest I thirteen I twenty e i Notice.
42:1: lath MAY ('unuthy A1clernan, (i "1 Ihven II twenty,three e IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persons interest ;.
'' 4ar 1Jth MIIY: rJllarlll' Manney.'i'rth Eut 1 thirteen I. ,weutyi neas" JOHN PARSONS, Receirer. SAMUEL RUSSELL, Register. in the' Estate of JOSE PESO DE BUR

..,ft; 13th Iay Ju.b Mlllllle umh West 8 thirteen s tweuty,one e GOS u creditors heirs, legatees, and others, that the '
1 429 J3,1iI.y \ \V dha in Ii Brooks \1IIb Nett 4 ..Iewen. t. ellty Ihlee e NOT E.-The pat1icularsns to the Settlements sbould be the time when cultivation was Corn subscriber u Administrator of said estate, has filed ;

43'1 15th %hy''e' '"n.ch ""IIIt'I" \ur.n IVe: -t 10 t\\ph'e 8 '" titi.wn e : m.nced the kind' of Crop cultivalt"d-nulnbt of Acres in CuIJiv .ion-the kind of lenempnt hisaccinntintbeCounty Court of Su Johns County. ,
431 I'h Mny I'.urs Ii Uoniel; fortis East:: 11. twp.I\f e. :iltl'ell e.c4 Ert'Ctt'd-tlumber person composing" the family-discriminating between Adults and Chit and' in six months from the date hereof, he will present : '' j
..5fh 11.y' Jr.... K.s:ht. .'uatls 11 ul J9 1\\\yC\ a ,Itt rn e tirt'n ma""nd ft.-males-wbte: and culored. 14. hit vouchers to the Judge of said Court for a final
t ,3..5 15th \.y l :S'nnne'' Knight ......t1I.Nest 17!! wI.h'e If til f'"eu d4M August settlement, of his said account, and .will at the lamp ,
3 lttli A1ny 'JorlKtat'ht,' '. '."tll l 1I"t J 32! t\\'cl\C II Jiii. ,.ea e I I :'- -. time apply for a discharge from the administration of
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4 t7 l lartl'ln\ Hyman L'ue. \rlh Lat: 9't "h'II .11t" rn Nv Notice to applicants under .the Florida Armet&Jccupation' act of the aid estate. G. N. PAPPY. -

4't9 : Jr.I 11av L lsihPw. f. J.tnety 9 'w..h.t"I ihtiresde. 4th August 1841\ to chum PERMITS were granted for settlement on Administrator. e
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4;;) Jillh flay !JI''u",1I: Collintl, et 11\\t tl,1 t! A tlltrrh e September '4* !
441) iJ8' \la: ;\\'IIII"1II \\' :>'1'I't.eu", llt't Eallt: :iii i 1\\1\'<:)., j al'ui u i I Lflnds which uere NOT SURVEYED at the dates of such Permits. Charles Robioty ,

.41 lath 3fM"I \. t.JUi'r nlllhl= ....!M ice i.d.t I,..:I ("f'I\'" t it'!,':it' y, t I 'uTH.a; is h> rr>v given to the class of Applicants above' mentioned: that the Plats of the been duly'qualified add, commis .
.1511. :lay : I \t..z.. J 1.: :lnyra, iI.It,' La'l ? :!arlcr t\\'I1' e NT have been cerliefid and HAVING
4 4421 ,... 1 lull..wn.g ilrM-.rtlnd unships duly returned by the Surveyor an AUCTIONEER,for the city o
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J71h : 1'1 : t\t \r I: \\"II t1R e
451: 18th hy O"IIItICh'lv.rOl.c,' P. /.l'P"i"'; ....t, ilat111'..I7 4 atltN.a't1) C tt-n"" ,
1 'Iuy l 1C1"IIutt: 'j I Ice said for the /act that the settlement has been
'4"2 IMlb la (ir"uvlt. IJ"VI I t *ettr, tliti. 1.Uit Il ilatrt' P'! R ".I't"t-f'U tt YEAR" allowi-d by the Act proving commenced, and the public. Business entrusted to his s
4"1" It+lh Mar Y !(.laitt,tnt" U"'III".d" E,..t 12 'hili'i .1' S ntti9treti: Ns4f5 and the particular quarter section upon! which it is located," Will expire at the dales pposUe the shall receive prompt attention.

"I9th Mav ;ifarrritVuzant. '". \ur 1tEaI' 3Jltwr! /Ite a ,\\t rt', 't. cb t': 'I'a| tti'hips! described in the annexed List. T lose applicants, therefore, whose settlements are I July 24, 1843. ".

411ft J9Iay ''C.awrord l'dHiMh. .'0111I La,. I 1\"" "'" l't'. ''!} 1"'':' 'J ., i iliin: nnv til' those' Townships, are requested to file with the Register and Receiver at NEWNANSPt !I-.
4R7 19th May !\Vi.i"nt! t'rnik. \n.tl", 1t'ca1 2:1: h".ht"l I t.,titt 1\\.. 1 I \ ., Pt<.riin.! on or brfore the said dates, satisfactory proof pursuant. the requirement of law I Notice.

.eM 191hAhy. ''Jahnl'an'un. "uvth\I'P'. 2i... tseni .t\\O ; a;..... DC iiii>iicd.t HEREBY GIVEN That TWO MONTHS
4A0 12'1 hy {jJnolt'I'h R'atere. 'lilt W. z-t I !WI'J\'C "s ttitr:. Ii e I I SIVHn t, "' -h"nij! be the Applicant's own affidavit, coroborated by the testimony of two or I IS dale the subscriber survivingadministrator;
481 ICltbritllV8t..I l d.h 1\ rat 11 1 'tt .In !jy i.f .'f! '" '' ofthe Estate of PABLO SABATE .
22ddil1ay dce.will
.", .'" <.a t' d l competent witnesses which proof should state all the particulars as to the present ." .
45' ld\luy \\'IIItl."nJ J.thu"n, ;:::,tmlh V\ sl ;'6 Ih..I 'rlt Y '1"1:1..". $34R6 I o his accounts to the Hen. Judge of tbe County
'. IAuttt 1'1'-.t'. l. 1!.._.., ,.a A true: thf designation of the particular quarter section on which it is made.
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2"ld May Y 'ne 1..t G Pltr'rru' tW.J.t t.:. l' Court for and
Irnu ) adjustment Notice ir
further
+ \1811110Y 1 I'. > THpi.of in the foregoing is filed on or before dates specified, the I ; hereby t
.9'' 23.1 May S"Ihi Prt\8tl. t I' I'C'I 4 i I t"y" ihtr.. .: 'I : : inquired: App i' tiven.thu SIX MONTHS afterdate 1 will i
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I i s riacen 8 : t,; v :',! ttt'it; all I tight'!!!, ItIlc.lnd claim to-Land under 4 Permit.e apply ,
C9i ;l3.1la, Elieh+ It (rr +valt. i;h'l't'It".ttft. : _:: .. for a final dismissal as said Administrator ; ,of
.93 2Clb %tey .' An soda M Bleach' 'Nolth Enot 3\\f'I"! ., p P'I .. ta'u t.: I \Dale or before which \ Proof ojFSeltlement. ntus 6e I which an persons interested will please to take no- -,
# .95 24th "y nReph S Gill NorthV..t trt: twrlt: .t R 'tlli-l." r. r Tntcw-hip. Range field, and the particular Quart Section described. tice. ANTONIO REZ 8nn'l Adm'r
115 .25th May John A URteen 6f'I.en', II harry three e I .' June 26. ,
w .. &lA 2.th May Emanuel II Martin South East 231Ihitrer.n s 'twetlty two e -
1 619 2tb: hy Ktddin Turner North East 2 thirteen I "twellty two e Twelve Thirteen June 29th, 1844. Removal ;

I' 623 29th May obu J Zipperere South East 17 twelve I fifteen e Thirtecq .Thirteen'" June 29th, 1844. W G. WHARTON, Saddfer, has removed .

btu 30th lay .... Hasten II Johnson, North East fourteens eighteen! eI Fourteen' w Tbirtt"en. June 29th, 1844. his shop to the Doe recently) occupied. by '.
r 26 311t May Vinson Johnloo. NortD East 1 routt'eD I eighteen e Fifteen Thirteen'" June 29tb, 1844. Mr. F. CerxJoply, (adjoining that formerly occupied

H7 31st May Kindred Jobn.on, North West 2 r"aneen a iahteen eJII"a. Twelve Fourteen.. June 29th 1844. '. *,. by Mr.'W. Maclean ua_ Grocery store.)
!$ & 8 .., Mal ;; hue Hares ouJb'L" thirteen I .. nineteen rt Thirteen Fourteen June 29th, 1844. r sept. 18.T .
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It9 JuJuDI George W Hunter ;' Soulh West 2 thirteen I I wanly two ,; .. i
'''.'gu'lp 'ht Jty .. ; .; ohn V Barber SouthLace. M eleven a' 0 twoutlwo e6.'tS Thirteen-' ." Fifteen > Junea29tb-3844. Notice; '- .:
a I 5th Jaae mu Starratt, North East thirteen I twent10ne e Twenty Eifhteen August 30th 1844. i ,
"I 10th' ne Peter H Davis. North tl.t 2 twelfe' fifteen e iI4G Twenty one Ditto I Aug at 30th 1844, IS hereby given,That TWO.MONTHS &I'tardate.
( 12th June CornehudC\hu.. South East thirteen a twenty t ne e Twenty two Ditto August 30th J844. snbactiber as Administrator of the Estate of :.
&n 13th June Fames Bork. North East 61 thirteen twenty one eb50 Fit teen Nineteen August 30ih 1844. .. ANTONIO HUERTA3 deceased, will present
11th Jane Richard P Godwin, South East. teti a twenty two e SixteenSeventeen Nineteen August! 30th'1344. his accounts to the Honorable Judge of the County
558 19th June Patrick McGee, North East 12 I thirteen I wenty e Nineteen August 30th 1944. Court, for adjustment; and notice is hereby' farther 1
M9 19th June Harmer Miller mouth East 1 thirteen twenty Nne.een' I August 30th 1844. given that SIX MONTHS afterdate f will apply for
MO 19th June James N Prentt, North East 24 thirteen "enty two e Eighteen Nineteen! / August 30th 1844. .. a final dismissal as said Administrator : of which
south East J7 thirteen J' NineteenTwenty 4' nil interested will please'! to take notice. "
persons
&61" 20th June John C Richard, twenty two e 30th
M2 2Ou.JaDe OIepb R Richard; South West 17 thirteen I tW8'.lty one e Nineteen August 1841 i JOHN M.' FONTANE, Administrator.June26 "
ea 30th 184'
August .
Fourteen Twenty
M5/ Wet JaLe Georle Bribt. twelve I nineteen e
fI6G 2sld June Daniel A1Hemenwai. South East 29 I twelve a twenty Slixee u Twenty August 30th 1844. x '

669 26Lb Jo.e William H Redding, South West 28 thirteen I peaty one eCO |FiAeenJOHN Twenty August 30th 1844. .. NOTICE, /

',,,26th Juoe oel W Redding North West 288 i thlntlea twenty ones PARSONS, Receiver. SAM'L. RUSSELL, Register. HEREBY GIVEN. That TWO MONTHS af .
611' &hJuoe oeeph T.ylor Sc.rth Eatt 29; thineeo wenty one e IS .
r date the subscriber u administrator of the La-
In "laae oho Brooks, North West East 29 3 thirteen thirteen I twenty one fi NOTE.-The particulars as to the settlement should be :-the time when cultivation was commenced iste of ANN GEIGER.deceased, will present his acco'iuu -
South I two e
k 519 21th JUDe Arthur Bell twenty
.. South West teD s three e -tbe kind of crop cultivated-number of acres in cultivnti n-the kind of tenementel'fctednumberof to the Judge of the County Court,fur adjust- ,
113 J Panish wenty.
'blJoll Pyre .
m. and notice is hereby farther given that
woe persons composing the family ; discriminating between adults and children, nt. SIX

1111. 1.3d 1011 William PenoinctGn, South East I Menteea bteen e m lt'S and females, whites and colored. Aug. 14 MONTHS after date I will apply for a final dismissal
d s.assaidadministrator; of which all persous interested
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v vt 118 3d Jaly Ephraim Gaann. South We'll thirteen wenl7 two e will. please' to take notice.
South Eat I thirteen I three een
119 3d July Henry, Bun, wenty JOHN .
Norrh Eut' 22 ten a tWO e NOTICE. {
3d July oaeph &Iiell; wenty
.._ ""Sd.Jul Daniel Giliett, North West tea 1s, wanly two e For Sale, ALL Persons having My demands against Henry, June 26. LOTTPBILUPS.Admin'7. _
01S 5th July obn Ridaorht, ootb West thirteen twenty ONE fifth share or.n undivided tract of fine late ot'Coliimma: County Deceased" are '
.ns i 5th JolT Richard Ridanehl, eu.th Welt Q thtfteea I 4iof .eDtl. e D situate on the St.J. bn's Riyer nbont 13 requested to present them within the tune nrescrite .rd I :
a' 6th Jull William B Hart, Nortu East 5 ten I wenty throe miles from the Bar, containing about 1500 acres by Law shy they wgl be braver tarred. And alllhUMmore I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,
m 8ch July George Rawls North Fast 34 thirteen a nineteen e or less known by the name ol Newcastle. A indebted to said estate will pie :a@ mike immediate I Augustine, Flo.WILLpractice \
1D4 10th .1nl T. William Whitioo, North East 27 thirteea ilhteen e portion of it has been under cultivation and is in payment. WM. TOWNSEND. Exr. in the several Courts of the
138 10th July ... Samuel SaDden. I ten I twenty three every respect adapted for a superior plantation ; oa' MARY ANNA JUNES, Ex R. of Florida. Aft/business I
n 10th Jal.1 James W Sander, South East tell I wen% three inhere) ilaqalutit1 of &,oak. For particulars apply Lancaster,Colombia County E. F. t entrusted to his can will be attended to. I .

k X40 l00a Jay' ; ... Redding Tat.a, South Welt tea I twenty this .. te GEO. L PHILLIPS. August 11th, 1843. May 8 pmaP7' Ia. I .
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: I! THE SPIRIT OP THE TIMES ; THE LADY'S
rTheW WRLD1''t
y .H; : ; ', ,J,1f. GLOVER'S; ID 7/irror, I, A CHRONICLE OF of Fashion .
EVERY KUMBEK EMBELLISHED WITH AN and Uteralnn :;
,
ILIOUS PILLS : f.rIo
ORIGINAL AND EXQUISITE DESIGN ON Vie Turf i'ield Sports, Literature The Che 1 ill and most *'/ & .
:
I INTERMITTENT FLVCR UagQ .
: OR THE CURE fU
A REMITTENT SThEL.: ami the Stage ; i IX THE CMON. :-
S FIVEitADAGUFALSO. 'i
OR
I AND BILIOUS FEVERS. EDITED.BY GEORGE P. .MORRIS. EMBtLLIMIED WITH SPLENDID S-TEEL ENGRAVING-. TWENTY COPIES FOR 1'WE TYDO."R1.
S S P taH.ISlJL\J EVERY .-: TL RLi.V .\JUlI l, I. ; ;
Illustrated J. G. .
by Chapman, lehu is engaged I BARCLAY STREET. rip HIS eft! gam :nif Jllfar .V
ia very little difference .between Remit exclusively the Work. S AT >O. JL willcoJnn.oi.Ce.1 pr; Lady& 3t4 !
S THERE Intermittent Bilious Fever They S new ;!'uni j it I a< (-.
the and differ from each Terms-THEEE DOLLARS per annum -Single ,- JOHN RICHARDS. PHI RIETOR. uu magnificence) tne, January \i" ue/a. nUlhbrrar... i f
are produced by same cause I j
S t numbers, 64 cents. I m mining lln-e Engrn\iii of 't
!ti the ,
S of violence! and the durationS nu ,
5 other in the grade '
only co.y
the course of a few week. the EDITOR. !ivc character. The anez
S the.paroxism.The IN undersigned I: trillium T. Porter, pen. J'lsMI-Iar 'Ii'"
I commence on his own account the publication tl!prira tlH f-"r. It.e.IIIIIt Pxprl.,1 1
p1j ,
in .
which occur the early or forming !ll'qua1tie c ;
.j S i-ymploins the of 11 new series ef the NEW YORK MIRROR in well kn'jwn weekly pn'-licitmn! : wliirh :rid enter: ? !njto >pti Hit- r.ew.p.ar with orc' .
of Remittent Fevers, are neatly same as a deterlnita
tage THIS "
\ S the ociavo ftirtq on an entirely and its Editorcommenced nil otnitninie. :
S "S 'tiosethiioccur In intermittent. Linnpr, drows'u novel original i: established m 13I:? by pre-ent otitstrip '
\ of aching pains, in the back plan, with a Steel engraving in every number, und its Thirteenth volnnit* on tt>'- 4th. r>( The tnu.tt "-:teut1 f.r thee fP.W vorome

i.:, He and! .head a sense and extremities anxiety', are the symptoma which at the reduced price of Three Dollar per annum- o.6J MlrhIsl3, 'It joi.1 sheet of the very hrgu .. II U'II! "pic, ,'J anJ er.stlv: Chiir-cter, CLIUL.lIUi.are orthe.. <' ;

I q. S Denote the formation or approach of this disease : i cents per copy. 4 $ C' I containing twelve JK.penal qti irt<' paps. |>rini>*,I on \iifiPb_ rr ..ty .'ml exfTi.tel hv thuC l1.Ir :Jri"81: :

4 -light chiik arc often amons the 6FJo1 indications of -The Mew MIRROR will appear with many tiikin>: ; ; O linen paji.-r of ale ri-ie-t! texture; an.I on itd yj pe.:- Clltwt.r ..111 tr4I4IAlC., :, '1!:t tt "rI" .,:. lied ri.t t. '

HI: S fiis fever. These attended.with altermte flushes and ?attractive features, distinguishing it from every tRMEDyrO, It i. e:nbishedvitli!! lii- I,ir:C't arni most higmv finished 1.I'.0tiI' ISP'l1"rtun. t 'I :"!IiIU ii % :!, i4ale Iu Qlatd'Jt.fie

other periodical. It will be published' with new i ENGRAVING.- ?, I EEL, ever M-iuil by Hencej theiharatte wi
S of heat,. which increase iu duration until they pro' h.is now test of : .its h''ia'k.fI\IiUfftr-
S formed ', type, on hue paper, and each number will (contain a THIS preparation stootlhe a periodical in the United States. '1 he last thre! tiuue to be"such as to ('o/lullt't'd H
.
4 S il t Tinat wholly, and the fever is ana completely and re- e I""f' ily'
'tb
\ 5 I beautiful original engraving on Steel designed and years trial, volumes$ contained' slIl'erll! Portraits of the following sex. It will contain a. idc. from the IIltlllt to.tbt

fi. fever developed.T.ie being o-tbIiiedthe. puns in ihe hcid, etched by Chapman( illustrating the teller press, cnmmendvd as a safe and effectual medf cine for distu-euished AMKRICVS nnd IMPORTED HuKsts. deign and.(.leaning' writers of lie day. u. every p p.far
S ;1; which it accompanies and which it will invest with from the The unexampled but the vnit'0 .
4 1. ick anJ lower extremities, bceotue greatiy aggia- expelling worms system. i- d-o constitute an Amciican Sporting Gallery, : oiibject, work will btin the 1JItUa, de'otecn.
f vated. I pcrulftr interest. Ue&idea tho contributions of nil "success: thru has atclder !its admlls.tration accompanied with complete! Memoirs, giving the t the cultivation' of the home v irtiies. Hence Dl lnt.t'

,!i The eyes generally assnme a yelowis1tapp aranee. our extensive corps uf correspondents which embrace in every case here patient was really Pedigree. Characteristics, and Performance r>f each the stories wiljl 1 be of a prcti
I The tongue becomes covered with a whiu h coat'ini lUllS! ut.tiLe talent of this country-**e have afilictedtvvith 'worm, certainly renders itworthy wdh incidental notices of their contemporaries, &c. from tile pens ,of our bet Female .\rire'ht .

brown\ urjile urran 1 .! !lie firsr stage, which changes t(! a yellow the attention Physicians. any one f-mu -.
t I! S fur,which becomes of a dark brown color in the latter from some of tin.be it writers of France, and tin The proprietor has made it a point It) ascertain by thirteen' )*witty those annually published in London rcind, but wiU l contain the choicest productions.(.,..
S there1 is audMCknesa proof sheet from n-veral of the popular authors ol ,othe Winners of the iDerby,Oakj. aud St. Galaxy of Female! Writers. The.'eflWt '
r t&e of the fryer.' Freqaelly nnuea the re.ult of its use in such\cases .as came :.shall W
I thetomacb witk bilious vemiliog.REMARK'S England With such m iteruls, and with such able obsration-and he L?ger.' and have been executed ia Hoe, o.n iSt&il to render the won an' iodupensible to the bo ,
within his and
4 S UPON INTERMITTENT ,, feTIow-Ia )rers in the literary.vine'urd'e hope to : knowledge foundJt the Plate',.pxpres fur 1 hi:'Paper, from Original Pictures every lady of jtnste .in the land ; sad. therefon:__
S the American reader a weekly journal ol invariably to produce mot salutaryeffects its (
AND REMITTENT BILIOUS FEVERS. & present in oil by tlTe most eminent Artists :- literary matter alone hall be compiled for '
S Tim attention of the inventor of this Medicine wnll great vai e*and tin" "excellence.. The parade of -not unlrequelitly after nearly 81 the ordinary 1iL\CK MARIA taste; but it will contain Monthly Fashions .

early called to the'subject of bilious remittent and i1- mere n
S :S i-Tinitteot ,fevers, which prevail generally in that ror" vvi he reaiaik.ifjlf. we hope rather for rood had been previously resorted without any Orleans ; Engraved by D-ck! after /Troye's painting, i in every paiticnlar! and extreme beauty o..Ute

., S -S jiart of the country which '1s Mi1>j<>cted to the influence articles ithnut names than; 'lot poor'articles with permanedredvantage.! This fact is attended by i in tie. collection of John C. Stevens, Lsa. l ing and ensraving. shall far excel,-y thlDtfOtI'aIir.
S diittiigi -h.) 'd names.: It will embrace iu its t-cope ot hundreds of JOHN BASCOME. other quarter. The facUhaiduritu
the certificates
statements
S of a miasma, which arises ftuui decayed \ejelat mil the Jaatyearg \,.
S le substances.. every u. \ artnient of elcgint literature, comprising respectable persons in different parts of the The property of Col. John Crowe!!, of Fort Mitchell Lady's' ttoijd", has l-een the:'guide book!' j in 111":4, "

Thia miasma is genernlej' where timber i is being tales of rominco: *ketches of society andtnaiiuertf country-and should induce families! always to Ala. ; Engraved by Dick after Troye's painting 4 ers of taste on costumo, in ev'ery citi) Of the Union
alsuIn low stntiment. and ever) .d..y life piquant essays, doine.iti i in the collection of his owner -* lias hen it a position !in the ,
: cut otr und the land clearing ; "rounds : and foreign correspondence literary intelligence keep a vml of the preparation in their posses be shaken. fashionable WOft,|. wbic'
cannot. The ,
: and .where It1IILRt waters prevail This exposes a It mild in its and be adrniniMered LEVIATHAN. unwavering fidehiiy ',ofg %
sion. is operation,
and
(
wit humor may
Jafiion gossip, ,
*" vegetable matter mh-j sictioni ut1J poetry The property of the late Jam3 Jackson, Esq., of designs to thfj Parisian and Condon .
quantity :o decaying ilyl V intf.' ,1
t the line and literary musical, and dramatic with perfect safety to the most delicate
S arts .
too, at least weela
Ala. vance. of
the sun, which, generates thil: pcc-iliar htate nfnt- Florence. Engraved bv Dick after Troye'spainting SIX alloiLew. bas > '
L lIcphe.eYhl, .produces chills 6111.1 i fuvtr. i.ni the I ciiufi-nii. Its reviews o' new works will! be careful I. illiwt. in the collection of Thomas Kirkmau, Elq.SIIAltK. i it in the very, first rank, as a work of aiHhoVu.jJ, 1
di-ciimin.itii- and itupirtial. It will aim to 'lo>terd The, : testimony its good effects areo7ered matters of dress..It: well
S ilitlerent grades of Lilio-is fe>er. 'r'IC ILecftIw of i Jillmtu: n H a known fact t ; ? :
& /' providing a remedy which mi:rhtbe ned without thc : litar,;time Milled to ihu laite and desires of the age ./ l,r public. The property.of Col. \Vm. R. Johnson, of Petersburg styles of the Lady World appear ;? the other iiS .

-S : : ail of a physician "w is apparent an-l induced the and cou Iii ry. 1'S! tendency will be cheerful I and enlivening I do certily that I have used two vials of B. A. 'I Va. ; Engraved by Uick after Troye's painting oJlcaI pretending to give the fashions. of\en.to", f;

; < S ., proprietor to olffr tin Mtdiciae, whi'-h will (be found as well 4 S illll'rlJing It willeek to gratify Fujinestdck's!: Vetmifuge in my family with remarkatle l in the collection of Capt It. F Stockton, U. S.Navy. mouths laler. (when the MyeS| 'ha.%e.beconie COBIMOH
refined ta U'. hut never to otfend the :
I MRn.MITTF.NT most obsolete Ldce and
every or Needle
tor-winch it i is d l of children ubout work. The
u answer the purpose success one. my mostefi.
I S ,. faslidiou, : and it will ever leel its duty to bu to turn inland the newest
designs 0'-
two old dbchuargi-'tt fifty worms, from one IIEDGFORD. ? 'ace-\York. 'embe- :'
I S BILIOUS fI:' EU. the Miniiy side of thing to hubtu eyes" years The property of the late Co, J II Townes. or dery. andc., shall be given in the work
1'1,' work will! he l'ulli5h..d'try Saturday in anjjl a hat! inch to :iz inches in length, and (he with t.ia '
:: THE which dcnol tin t.i,. ase. are as Lexington, Miss ; Engraved by Hnishelvvood afterTroye's work with the latest style of rap*. lieaddArender.ngthe
mptoms oilier rabiuttive old thirteen es. are..5
iiiimbers of sixteen octavo *roval discharged
I large 3-ears
super pjge in the Oflceof the of the : I" Lady's World"
aud
of painting Spirit ] a
1 f..lioysthe patient feels a decree languor sample of sef. :
with douli'u coli.tnns. and enclosed about foot in and the ,-
neat
in a orn;i- large \vorms one length ness as well of taste the
.stretching Timeg. \ on Centre table
S I sllessness or a fueling ofwe"kli.I".lI\Vllill mental cover. It will form at the end If tin )ear. two size of a man's little linger besides a number ofsnwl BOSTON- Lady. Of th; various tyles of.every'-
paleness. fullnea of the he-id and generally severe ofEngravinw, wic
.
.
each of lour hundred and
sixlten .
; ; pain In the he.td 'often in the icsrk and loins uperb volumes, mies. JKSSK. BEMAN. The urnpr-rty of Mr. James Lone, of WashingtonCity I will grace the pages of this work we faust nuatm '.
filled iti the of literature end the Hue
I S '. S with t d.sareeable taste in the mouth. HP f<.eU pages, gems December 30, 1342.I ; Painted by De Lattre for Col. nIt johnson. as among the'' most elegant Sartam's unrivalled .

j chilly with a loss of arfptlile; the tongue is clRei..d arts.The low price at which it will be issued, render ? This .1edicT for sale ly B. E. CARR of Va. and engrayed by Dick. Mezotints which will grace the coining votutre lad 'i.

!, with a whitish'CIMt iu the early itdge of tie fiver. it very in this other cj- CO. I AKGYLE. excel, in the beauty of design and delicacy of finak

\ 1 f which becomes of a )elow! >h color! and in the latter -* the cl'eap-the periodical cost and or any S The property of lion. Pierce M Butler & Co. of any thing that has herttooreapJle8r from his boriL"! }

Sj \P \ M.i je of the fever it as-umeSa dark brown cnlor ; tho country Enf considering, and the intrin-icv'atii beauty! of of'utt'ifiytwo its literary WILLIAM QUIRK'S Columbia. S C ; Painted by Troye fir Col. Hampton Mr. Sartain iJkuown fronncne end of (lie Unroot*'

,. S kill is eouirtiuies lIIi..t. but general! cry dry coiitent"racings Thure desirous of the : of S C ; Engraved by Hinshelwood. the other ad' toe meMer, in this country of ihu eel,. ,
ct receiving
.' TKEVTMtsr. paper Stomachic Hitter Tt net lire, \\'Ai \EU. l.ratod tyle: (We have already|! under way fiye'or"'l i

.;\t S The patient honld commence the treatment by from the add comineiucniei.t their will have it punctually the 8.-ui A Itcmcdy for Dyspepsia. The property of )1 r. John! Campbell of New Orleans .munificent I'late?, of tliis celebrated an-,. IftrJht.
to their re"s upon warding to urideraiNo. ne"
taking two ol the Anti-Hilton Pills. and if they : Painted by Troye for the Owner. and'en- volume, aud shall follow them up with 3IIJS' it
S S
uisied. 4, A iiii-slreut, three dollars flee of : -
i'. ff'iou! Id not freely evacuate the l.owvls in tint clo"p, *Y PE: PI A is :1- rather ?raved by Priid'hcmme. from the Original Picture. in I tirt1 from every artist of repute in the country, 'J'Itt' !
1 he may be increased and if Uiey piove too active, e1\1ell" D a symptom, or aggregate'of the Office of the ,'. Spirit of the Times." most finished | and beautiful Line and Stipple '
) Cllclollf the of % of u.gr
I'lIb disordered
Lelt'r. "lite
: amount} ; raptio'n.mrtJhp -I ) ilw.tilg a
!
the dose must be dimini hed. 11:011 MONARCH.The n in::* *ill albo grace the paenfthe, wurk fntdr J.
f liatiked t ty all post masters. Agents, carrieis.and I the .lig It the tongue.continue dry, ar.d the kn hit y \ ngaUi. property of Col Wade Hampton of S C ; the hand of ths! very best artist that the
itewrin-'ii. wilt be supplied on the usual t'-rins. r easy, ulrefre"lllI! sleep acidities bious! v oliliting, country fnB'
:
I should be repeated u'ltillho ("owell1.. tt.tr I ly, : Painted by Troye. expre -sly 'for Col Hampton and produce. In fiae, every variety ard novelty of. .
.
U1: The Cash > teni will be rigidly adhered to, nauseaor disrehoh 'for pl: in fJd. chiincss. clammy I .
and I Hinshclvvood.MONMOUTH. be/lishmenls/ that be found
evacuated, then begin with I\el.lollill a engraved by may elsewhere. mav'iconfidently z
foul
1"" ni'nont deviating whatever. mouth lunge, not dry kin, restlessness
h Hose the same as directed in chillS and f.ver. t* any ingourhead ECLIPSE, looked for :n the 1 ady'* World' But ,
t the will ache ;
Such Editors us above oblige depieced spirits, I
!, .. Pills every three and a half: hour* reguhrly until tnefever warding a marktd copy'papcr. and by resuming me lh by, of the bowelsdiarrhea Uatule'He. and generally all'lho" "e uncomfortable The property of Bacon. Pindell. Blaine & Co. of i the main design of the work i is, to furnish In elegtnt :

jS_ : is broken. If the pati!nt complain of pain; in exchange which was intern pted. much to rugfet, sensations whi h are usually termed BILIOUS Kentncky ; Engraved by D.nneIlafter'rroye'i paint S and attraetivejstyie.] the earliest, most correct, and t

the head and bsck or dislrea in the Momach and by ciicunMunccsover which I lid no routrol.my and are dyspeptic symptoms.Thes ing, in the collection of R Pindell. Esq. fullest report in advance of:.all the other Majjrzioer'
bowels, another doso of jhe Anti.illiollsP.lll1l1holild' GREY{ EAGLE and prior to the issuing of them here. of the MoinUr Y
GKUKCE: : P MUltHIS. are the ordinary symptomsof dyspepsia.but I :
The oft L Shotwell & Co.iof En Fashions from Paris .
be taken. property Ky direct aud
; ; London. Thi de*
S
Editor and Proprietor No 4 Anu.btret.l if circumstances accur to fivor its development such
; S Alter giving two or three doses of the Anti-Biliom graved in mezzotinto by Hatpin & Jordan, after a partment will !i be under the control of Fn'Ilcbeoi$
!
ii I near Broadway.Murch as sedentary employment, grief anxiety, over in .
1_ S Pi l hr and freelv evacuatinctha bowels they should I in of painting bv Troye. English artist* of the highest celebrity, so.that "":
15 eytrr
4 [May ] diligence entin or drinking a
__ dyspepsia 10re
_
be used afterward wnly as occasion reqwres throuch RIPTON and CONFIDENCE. Costume which! appear in theLady'* World' .
character will be other may
dangerous and
-S produced
disease. bowel becotn co-tive at PROSPKCTUS: U[ THE synv (Celebrated Trotters as their match in bar be safely
S out the IT the 'ny oms aiise i tho countenance loosed la freshness the :) in relief on as not haying; been trumped up at
lime during the fever a amall .dosrtufih, Anti Uit- TK OI'IL\1JL PJL.hVT." name and mmd'thcir activity and vigor and other ness ; Engraved by Dick after a puntinz by Owtngs second hand in this country, after JP.l have b varereiyed.

4 0' .., ou.PIU..le.ii4J4.& Si". j"I ,. t '"eflt l Nt.W iMEUTiCAl'. 1'\ I'r-U. tohu puhlisbed in I diseasesfollow in its train. ; now in the Cjllecion of John Connah, Esq. ,of Lon It ij" proposed not only to suirpassiatbe

IC costiveness. i ill JIofk"IIIIIlJu'a! County. E. F. devoted I This preparahonj>0sse*eg the peculiar advantage' don. SIn excellence, hnt| to !sne every month, a nsinhersii4 '

S It should recollected, that if the patient ha to sc4enre, literatur th art*. Ax'riruUnre, and the ',removing the cause ol this disease by imparting variety of eoMame tI, which shall put to the bMjall

t, 'been sick fur some ddj II, and i is in a fl lf liliutr.li.ri. U'n.t new- Mini! UKpollute* of the 'Jay. vigor and prnnirv) action to the of au Jj. addition to the highly fini-hed Engravings enumerated other. attempts .t reporting for the Hishionahle worik

S S ditioii he may minence ,'i'lt the A:uo )1..lldn TERMS; For one year $3 in advance, or payable f-tiii. .It thus heal' .!b.>wel complaints organs, intermittent above is a 1'I1I1' ,hJl'urtrait of THE CASH SY ,TEM.

: immndiately after r.u'iug tatvn the first dose of thu within the 'lir!t quarter how .th) ptihlic/tion oht Jhe t: or bilious all the dis MAD'LI.E AUGUSTA, The Publisher! adhering !. itJYlo the Ca.h System

S. / S Anti-Dilious Pills! or bifure| that if he )h'* thoruu, i et. AnvKRTisi.NOdt $11.er.squarc 1 fur three inset enacts of fovers.Dy-oop-ia.chilness '1'per-aun ajue.; all prevented I The celebrated Danseuse, in the character of'; LaSylphide i in all bis dealings, is enabled lo offer trw worfctoiho

S !iy evacuated the bowels by other inei4i''ini II 1 is tutus : 3 lib> rai deduction will be made to' CMsliytarly dud I trussing from t.kirg. sufficient exercise, the STOMACHIC ; Engraved by Ilinshelwood from a sUetcti Amorican.public iecedeuiy! lowt-uowork

,5- S drinks should con ict of R:i t e tea. Virginia lU",k" root I "dverti-er. lil.ITCR 'IlS 'lound highly : and o.iginal picture hy Chal.tn aud Inman, in the of hn q.lity ever bavi.IIg bcen sent -'m at any less
I tea, balm tea, or coinoinile; und wh.n the skin i< In ofleritii the above prnspccyis to the citizens ofJuval. tl CTljaibe tonic hcuel: collection of the Editor. than doub'e' the price
I n as a :, -
I 1. dry and hot. the patient may drink cVd! wai'-r ; but :S ( and thenei liS.finntfCountie' th iin.icasijindpcitaie4 I co.diallllJ the too txhiiratilg use of Drastic rpnJ Cathailic ril 11 j THE TERMS.

.t S told water should nrt, be drank "luis tli" : pitK-nl 'u ; not tn FU) that lie will make his paper all fut which ncre-stry are too often resorted to (or relie On commencing the present volume of the "Spiritof Single Copies, '> 00 | 3 Copies, $10 00

-S f S l'\\"e 1tillg., or in a centle perspiration If th 'uver trofcH"cs.and, fror.i the inducements s-ctforih he I.ope"o dii'i loliowed temporary. the 'l'imes"-lu the 4th of Man-h. last-was issued 3 Copies, J 5 oi()I) I j go, 21) 00

'k .eems i to contlnoe-fur a long time and the patient be. realize a share of public patronage coniinrn-uratc Tincture hy injurious composed consequences.This of simple vegetable a large and munificently executed :portrait of The advantage to Clubs and Postmasters! of the

; S S comes weak with much etnpor, it will he proper to with an uiieertaking so greatly demanded: b)'the coinin gradients. is peculiarly applicable to the iJml'rOI1"tista il CUL.. WILLIAM It. JOHNSON, above tern, ever any other periodical in the Union.are .

I pply a blister 10 the right'sidc ovea the region of tIc: i unity.He eA Children Ithtrengthens th.jir : Th* Napoeonof/le Turf." apparent. I.

tt liver, otto the back of the neck if the haJ i is muchaffected. wil) rterliilotnly devote his attention and undivided their; and digestiveorgans | Engraved by \ L Dirk ;In line, alter an' oli.in'al Ediurs who will copy this Prospectus and send S asa
gradually
J t i The 'diet should be light, with total abstinence effort*to all that m.ly ;interest amuse and instruct p increases of A ptroiigauj Hppetie. cnnatitutinn.jthn .>!, portrait in oil by enry Inman Esq. now in. the markod piper' diretted to* The United Slates

.r I from animal food. I his readers and patrons Laving an eye to the moral It ftl.Udatll will in ino-l c'se.of sea sickness vigorous!, be found .; Publisher's possession at this office. Saturday Poiit.1] hall! be entered on the exchange lilt .

tune arid obligations ofanciety. pleasant .preventive and rctnedv.niRCCTIUN and bertenlarlv teiveil .for one year.
: .5. The above Medicine for'sale at Ji. E. CARR $ From bU neutral character, he will hold himself f'ORUSH.FOR III the Course of the present volume. -of 1541 Addie.s. c.. J. FETF.KPON.No .

I -S CO'S. alooffrom party virulence and, rancor, and a just undimpartial AovLTi A< > .uurieiit.takea. table spoon will aNu he i> en a portrait ofI.IlION Ch'-stniil-street.. Philadelphia.J ;
.' detail political statistics $p adhered in''ihe 1 ;minry 1 June
; fill two or three liiiica day in tli.it [ tfj
d"lblo quaniitv _
S Notice.ALL proceedings the corning Legislature'wilt be I. The Northern CliJiiipioii. and iK'h other' nn! ni- ; -
fl i of water. As I tonfc, t"k. t'vo tt<* ppuonsfui in I SJ1IC ..Ol'O I't-lj J :
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I.als fic-ni r.lllbtlihllltht..r", .S h.iett
will raltor be dc'erimneduppii
S persona having claims or demands again duly cilt.onicied.: the Florida farmer will be furnished a wind gU.sof witer. Inca-sftnf se.i siIr.c. IK

I S estate of.Adam Cooper late of the county witlivall new' and useful information.; may cometo tlo"ct'lhirty' to t forty drop- frequeprly 1111 i'S. Florida.

V : : of Nassau, Defeased are,'required to exhib t them hand, and the mercrnnt will find the prices current For <111.1"1! .I'ull l Mocks and plate of .the market under its' tiP -"Wln ;t. Ii!' ad.a.ILd: 'atiaraulz1)giit I Joint M. J How ''I liuti111.. \1.
1 to the undersigned to his attorney It. B. Gibhw appropriate 'I.Hrit\o-III.1 I : ftr you ,;rr or older children i ill pro I- : Hafn .\Jf1Iini tn.
head. Army movement, and the disposition icte ofthe, Turf. I'i.-M/ Sp-)rr>, KC. thntt u lit.t.neceiry tors),oi tJ: I'nl1'.
S of Ft. George, Island _within two years {rom this period portion. I It S ttl..u.- ;ir<* i Wt.t.'Itl' tli "y \ill I he .. f Keatii,;, 44
; otherwise they will be forever barred, and all persons ofthe General josernrnent thereto will oci:npy a conspicuous quite' ji: "!I.lu:> xt ithniit tiring impaired in th' irellicai ; :.tlll.d to gint.., any .I tait of its. pe-; to rs.f .

indebted to said estate are rcq-i rei to make immediate place.. Religion will eer find in nshunihlo Prepared and slltl bv clliju ChUlCttU'U Mar 11 7iy John U.iimiu. AdmiiiNtratcrs of #

S S payment ZEPII.: KINGSLEY, qualified though .warn supporter-.-nc.r shall certarianiMiit'iid WILLIAM UUIKK. f .\/.111I/ I ;"y. JfI ,
the in that which M> uoi\ualu' softens the TtIn fJ.l SU !Tlpi"'lll t.i flCCTtiii1d'' Bi.1l. ;
cxeceloroi to his Attorney 811 above. pen | Li *"niiati* of the 1'lIthec'.Iric.H.&U./ Unhliri. i f.Vriror.. '. ,
Nassau heart and purifies the mind ; ami, in truth so far as.ur For one )ear'" -lJb'CJ 'II'Jlf.111; ill a.fval.I'e. Fijr T J'a7 7 I'irb('f -n Ir.\lf. to '
S _County, 1st. Jul)!M643.SAVANAII : _ C Itro id strei t, Ch itl< *tpar' by allidavit tl.nt it Cl
abilities apply we will make the 'TltOI'ICAL And for -ale by advertising <'n" aqiuri: ot tn prurfd: lin.-. (or if'') 1:1'JiI..II..e[ I uulv! filed in thin rauo and ihata '

: AND FLORIDA PI.\NT." a tli: -sl. or rompendmtii of all the foreign CF.NTER.: : I flli D I n V. A. C"n v\onl!".) Two Dnit..irt f'r thu! rir"t in ';rtt.>n, and, 511'< I "iibp: ai thcrej i" hint-eeiMlolv i-siied ; and it bfinr $ It:

I STEAM PACKET. and local news and topiCH of the dtyGIo. St. Augustine Jin 2*. Jr-j-!. d.utslur ppch QJI!' 'I'1tllt trisf rtn n, :"A 1 i lunger) ITr al-! < 'made; tn'apIIP ''' by .airdavit tii.it JtobriRoJioatt! t

I I VIA : GROUARDSuperior . ----- 4 I i riion., I.c" than I';:) words o1 the saitrict dcfenii-a--5 ?e'I.tJ; $ ut of this Uis- '
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I DARl ] BRUNSWICK, ST., MARY'S, -- Court '- Laicati 2i4rict S orFioricln.In will l'*> riv-sdercil! half ajuare. r.ion* I thnn r*', a square..No : t avail l at th.. Ci'y4 :\Itv 'tairk, in t.e tatei4 i

I JACKSONVILLE BLACK CREEK, -DistrictFlorida. Eait I ndvertiseiii-ut- l b. ini,'rt !l uni".4 paid lilt inadvanre. t Nev Virk't t ".',rnpr.inant's !

P1COLATA, AND* PALATKA. J c Kupefiur Court for the Counties '>) i>l.Jitlih Gentlen.en in tii; cuuc'ry can .a.ily( a,- : is oti'i're.' tIt i iof I oic; .e J.e civrr t.v ,& ,. SafiWf'i"-l,"!! one "

S rwlJlE regnlarStea.zn Packet tS1'. MATTHEW SV. Jahns', an llisquito Counties. and jWw*t.r to lie remitted 1-y simplecontj'iiic the Xc'w InJJ'l"j 'iH reil: vx .ihu, ihi4A Di-tnrt. re- :;j.

0 Capt. MNcItjk will run once a week the Martha L. Williams, Arnnmiotratrix, &c.. and Jol.n ''" A nfrAfr 'I't nh. IT;13. 'I the w >rda of thsir .idveri-vment4.: f!Ilirn: : ..i.! Ir. 11111: .Ji.t.n! 1..ttf' 11/1. to ftp'.ct and >

year round to the above named places. leaving .Sa. Lee \VilliaiiH Jo eph Fill' :UI and I Keb..rc.i rni -;iiii hi- wi(-, a< I !Crr.:.traripi.j of thf lari'c nra'ihg-:Steel :1II"Wf'f cUlllrIoir'lIt.: Hi.i. IIi c.y1 plaint viim ,Iou'

vannah every Tuesday; Palatka aud rlcoldteu'ry r*. Adminn'Mirix .t"1 \).. I-.t"r.i: U ilium:: Travtr;. j I inij' !I/ft ol.t.uiif .it the publ'catiyn oll'ce atone' doJ1 '!- ""nVIhi.! "tlienia; t.ill! vviil be faker, pro-c >jtJ .f'"

I Friday on her way to Savannah, where paiellgp.uNorth Daniel 1 S. Gardner. Administrator,. &e. (lefeasc|, v-. Juan do I'.:.,r.iz.: '. ; l. Mch.! They WIll bf oI' ut to allY s.!rti on ef' the Uiii : n ain-t him "

bound will be in hate for the splend: Steam In Chancery. .\It IdllUe/lt fur 3! 1 1- ;0. "nj-ij enveloped i* In .sepiiro Idem from ir jury.tv : t 'It H. !'uter o'II.rcdY''lt :> ml notice he, .n.be.d f: :

I Packet WM.S" SEA BROOK.. Captain. )KING and 1'1' hiving: been made m appennby affidavit that a fSIII': DcU-mlint in i tig abo.e ."iititltd! : cun-e ai dI Itde"irahly. t'Htsuc!* I'iterand urnfUlmlcalilll1o1a L- i ollc'a. week.conVcHmr.Iy.ftr; f..llr u.onhJixn. this Ir:

,. BEAUFORT 'DISTRICT.'Capt. DUDD, whichleav Bill has; been dulv lied in this cause. arid ilntn I JL all rtil.-r p"r"nuillter..r.td ili pc2sp! to lake : -. relate to the edrornl de|>irtmeni and to ( .l.1e. 1 -

every Monday for Charleston. :* v >nbpy iittichir.eiithyJoe fUUr.ft! Stock be ad
-., The people of Georgia and Florida can depend road to appear that Daniel S, Gardner the raid defer .li 1iiegitii, and Reb.-cci I'megan hi waft,, othprs*> J. RICIJAKD 4% entered iu ;anl <;u.irt thisJ.l of Joine 1?.IJrt j
.5 tlllnt. ide or which KM'erra Fine is the Administratrix of Thr> Postage inu t be paid in all-cases. :t. \UglutIU... J ( _5
on this Boat the year round and the owners ol l lief re' ont thM District.. and in the city ln theI'jttate '
I SS S look to them for patronage Mh* SuJHatthews 'can- WiKhington.. in the Disfttct. of. Columbia on ; : oi'.\V'illjnia ''lwer..d"ce:4 against. Jiian May 8. -, ? S <> R. FAIRBANKS. Clerk. .. 1t

----I S not surpassed by any Boat on the route for speed, motion(comphinanU Solicitor.! It is "ordered that de rnlrati'. in the oqf>erior Court f"r the 'comities Law Notice. June -10 lGE ,- tt

J S : accommodation,and comfort. 'notice be given publication in one of the newspapers 1:, and districts aforesaid : and they the said Defendants ff, lIE SUBSCIClUKlia ,have: lormed ar co-p.irf- 'DI GLOVKR'S f

__i.r For freight or rta"lI..g4 apply x on board: or to printed uuliin this District re'juiring said defend and all other! Mu inierc-ted are required to ap M nership in the profession,i of Law, and will pncie :.- .

FERNANDEZ & BIsBEE. Ac!hti.Jacksonville. nnt Daniel, S, Gardnlr to appear and answer l't.'ar'U the next .No.uniter Term :.f the said Court.I.ii i in the several J-upt-nor Courts of the Lantern: VEGETABLE AGUE AND .

; complain&nt till> | of compl-iftit within four mll"I"'i. ) tie bidden in the C* otherwise said bill will be taken confcsso !in the District aforesaid ; and to plead I to' MEDICINE. j'
GEO. HAAS. w\ent. Savannah.J. pro I'giD tilim. oh! II ',.M !qnito, Duval. Nas an, Alachna. Hil'sbooush -
S S B. LAFITTE. Agent, Charli-:ton.ffT : the dt-t'aration in the said riti-e; according to law, ', and Colombia and in the ( ou :Uy COURTS AA\DFrVFKlNiv SAFE CURl ARCHILLSFORfs '1-

_T The St. Matthews will leave 1'icolata eyery Certified this 2Gth day nf June 1843. i jOltS !'JRVSDALE, oTStf; John's. AUchua and Coinrubia. Letters)r : A't ALL ITS COMPLICATED 'r

I FntDAYat tJl o'clock. S GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, rifrk.SStice. i St, Augustine, July SI. PlaintifTa Attorney.! business shonld be directed to Win A. F rwarJ, St. fOR.L. SO. AN IFFECTUAL RE1rr.DY ,

I Passage through to. Chai1e.ton from Picohla and Augustine or Louis Aldrich, Nevvnansville 1 to TIlE VARIED FORMS OF INTE
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1\IITTL'i'f AND
Palatka. $15 I Notice, Forward and Aldrich at either place. Biiiine confided REMITTENT FEVERS. :

S May24. [June 51 AiL L personhaving claim* or demands eain t IS her* "y Ivpn. that two months after date them b to either will receive the attention. of both. i SCERTIflCATJ. .. S

r' Administrators Notice. 2m" th" e;tat" of Mnnne! Girido hte nf the rnunty .rrihera<> executor of the e tate of Geo. I. F December 1st-1842.

of St. Johns Dece) sfd. are required to prpf'n them C LA UK.deceased will present his account before WILLIAM A. FORWARD I ,.? .
ALL persons lining demands Bgiinst the Estate.r rS to the undersigned, within' two ve'uii from tins peri >.l: t ili; .* II..,.. Judge of the County Court of St Johns LOUIS ALDRICH. chills! hereby and certify' that my wife was afflicted, with n:

S Burgos Papy.Rle requested pre"nl them I otherwi' the\will be fICb"n.d, and all p' ronsimlehted County for a.fjn"tinenl ; of which all persona in N. B. F. & A. will also? act as agents (tor such as I *fli.ich continued fop ..
without procured Box
dejav to the undersigned Adminiitrotor. ?osaid estate required make immediate: tp.re.ted111 please to take notice. may desire services) in the purchasing and settling a be. Dr. Glover's AxuSiU-. They :;

S. And NOTICE is hereby given to all Creditor, legatees payment JOHN M I FONTANE. Executor. ''of lands in East Florida.. ,arrested the chill:, andf-verimmedia7elr. and she ku '.,;

S and per.onsent1tlUto destribution thereof that t.Auntin8; F. F. I ANDREW PAPY Es'r.Jnly3MrJ41 : :. enjoyed" perfectlv good hp.althIOillce that tiuu Sever

their claims and demands will be birred at this expiration i MARY GARIDQ' ti': :C. Cj- DOC FOR. COPPEE offers Latest Style-Jfust Received ral of my friends) and neighbors have since been'atf

of two years from this date, uuleJS exhibited BO'TS, SHOES. HATS. CAPS &8_ tacked in the same manner, and by my advice b3Y'
within the same. hi PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the Citizens fjfr CASES soperiorCalfakin! Boots with Iron and used the same pifc(? and in instance with the I

-. q St. Augu tine E; F.,>( 'P.n.CJlAEL PAPY, Notice cf St. AugiiRtine. For the present, he may be found /itii ,and Rubber heels, happier effect. In all cases every a cure has been effected! ,

July 14th 1843. > hnr.ofthe! Putateof IS HEREBY GIVEN, That TWO MONTHS at the IniUAe of Jndze Gould. July 21 10''> pair imitation sewed Boots by the nre of n SIDS| Box o"f the Alue Pills: there- .

S' after date.Jthp Administrator of'he I 3 cases pegged.Boots, lore from a ,1
; S ) Mary: Burgos Papy Dee uh"cllbrrs' ? personal knowledge of their eflecU-
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S' |ltaIe: uf A M I'H'I: !ed. will present his:: W. :31. IVES, 'S 2 do. half CJotlJ. !;, S cheerfully recommend I them as the best remedy with '

_ S 'S 3 v ,Notice., ;1(1'" to the lion Judge of t1so.&Jounty Court for ATTORNEY. AND 2 cases fine c\\f\ Broguns. ia my knowledge fur the cure of Agne and .--_.... a
1_ .. S .Jl 'CL per'on"tin ing cl"i ns rr I.I-ln,*'a ain"t the' Vlj'ntnvnl! ; :tcltnlirr i. liereb farmer given. that COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 100 Pair Morocco Pumps. RET. GORGE F. HEN JRICKSON. ".

:' Sch. Empire: are required to pre..ent tiieiu to ihe HX MONTHS afier date I mil) apoly for : final SI. Augustine: Flo.WILL I case Water Proof Boots all of the latest pattern Pastor. of the Baptist Church at New

- S undersigned williin four week. from this,date or 'hey r di ini4.al :!!aiil Admini-Untor; c<*,which ail persons practice in the several Courts of' the and shapa. DurhamNew'JerseY'j.ID"

will, be barred S r <* intc.ied will pW,*to take notice. I District of Florida. Any, business ALSO-10 casesBeavr Hats and Caps,.the latest 1 *i

VENANGIO SANCHEZ. JOHN I FONTANE, Admin'r. f.f I to his care'will be promptly attended to. Fall Fashion and now in use, at retail by.' The, 5
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